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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY DY, E" & CAE LISLE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., MAT 19, 1860. XII...NO. 21. \ \ \ \<

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pnjff5sionfll flirt pdsiurss!; ([:arbi! I AMES & LIVELY, D. W. EVANS & CO. I MONTVALE SPRINGS. J. R. GREGORY & CO., : : d3 PA.PY, t' .

I 'WHOLESALE AND UETAIL1) I. 1860. (SUCCESSORS TO E. BARNARD, JK.,) I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ..ftI'

MILES NASH & CO., .:\ URS: INTAL.ARASZJ- No. THE S. LitiKB & SoNs AND A. P. WATT, Owners Wliolesale and Retail Dealers in. I Jlnrfion & I and Proprietors; also Owners mainly und :

UEALEna IN Propiit-tors of nvcuAA&K Horn I Montgomery DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I' AND '

DRUGS, & & rUSTS, 1: S5 Alabama. DEALERS IX ALL KMDS OF PC
677 iI PIONEER I HEAVY STAPLE DRY
; the Rail Roads] from Dalton GOODS I
rr1VVELEltS on or
MEDICINES, |g OILS I I \ _L ChrtUatux'ga: to Knoxville Tnuubsee. reach I| COMSTTXC 13 PART ufi

Oj : inUale by Ukiug Stage Couches! cither at Londonor i i Calicoes, Bleached and Brown Domeslict: .
mfi.nn their n.-n,11I and the : .
OULH pu1..1ie.th. ;
; KiMixville. Since the last
"T ..,. )h'tve on hand a -!OOtI I assortment of uc j -; SI BROADWAY GIFT have been added, the grounds season eiilaiged new and buiKlines l woe ;I Boots, Shoes and Hats, Hardtca& and

rticlM as are generally !kept in their line of business "" higUy embellit-hed, \ineyards planted,orchards,gardens i! Crockery, Fancy Giocerie 4-' Pro. r l'l'i

D.I| willb r*<"ei,inrr, .;:rularl\: fresh supplies. TLeil \ \ I aLd firms extended, aud the whole place made : visions, Cigars and Tobacco of
t
ernii thall be rea!'onable. I i more inviting than ever. rI i every brand Fine Brandies .
Tallahassee, Apiil 9th 1S5S-! \ 14. FLA. BOOKSTORE I' Messrt S>. LImier & Sons have been engaged in T PAVE on hand at the old stand. ,sign of the Mortar Jf Wines,Pully, -
I Hotel) business (it ?Macon Ga., in New York andow I _LL corner of Clinton and Monroe sire la, a I .
P. L. W1\-RDEN-; : f ARE now receiving a large and fre-h supply' of I iu Montgomery, Ala.) for MUKG than TWENTY )large and complete block of pure I RocI.rtash, Varnish, While Lead, <$ c\ ; .i

j vai lety.of articles kept by DcugUts.PL year, Experience Las taught them the wants of the Drugs, KIcdfciiics niitl Ckinirtl, They would al-p inform the citizocs of Tallahassee .

1RItrR: IXlatbrs A TEI:S. Pll YSK'IA XS "OH. :, :I :TBivKLivor!' fi'Btic; and they fissure "all 'who' seek Dye-Stuffs, PaInts, Jilt, Spirits '. ,'ur.pentinc Ott auJ Item urruuuJiii; country, thai they keep, .euactauUy. j.
I and t11t"l.. l'8tallishment HEALTH co Jit OUT or rutAsvRE, that no Summer He- -:
I () will always Cnd at this a Varnishes Brushes. Cam-
( (Cloths, Irtorlrj, full supply everj"thing needed in our line and on TilE OLDEST ESTABLISHED j sort is more complete than MONT\?ALE SPRINGS Bacon: Sides and Shoulders, Hanr and :
Fluid Window
u in the LaTENT aDd VARIETY of means by which these ll Burning ,
Flour -
of
liberal W brand >' :
:as terms as they can had in Southern every ,
Sterling Silver, Tine Plattd: Warp, Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise any promptly attended GIFT BOOK HOUSE. objects are secured. They invoke the attention of Glass, P ttlic.$ ., 4"tf which they receive fresh from New Orleans orrtha t

{...r :. ]:.n"1 i'tL iL5.T ShDLttYALLAn : ?, to and filled with the came correctness a* if '_ -- the public to their advantages all in all fitted these! respects.The together with a fine assortment of arrival of the steamers at St. Marks!, aud a.e Jctei-. f I
apartment ere RESULT provisLine -
\ ...n:. .':.,'1111'\. prompt personally time purchased buyers, we by feel Customer confident To in saving Cash and we A GtFTVITH EVERY BOOK, arc abundant and prepared aud served up ; by the TOILET AND FANCY AUTICLLS, mined to sell a' .

WATCHES AND "JEWELRY REPAIRED. can give them entire sati.(..(ot on. Our STOCK coraDriiff \Yorlh from .50 tent*, to 10000. best cools! and waiters. The ICE CROP is a FULL one, cOKUsnsa OF Cheap for Cash., .
pri.- ? a and adequate to all demands.Ice Superior Hair, Tooth,Nail, and other Brushes We would be glad t<> have a call from o ir fvieed'.
ffrJersfr Hair tt'oiLjir our :;UO ksigns. ID J) 1 :B Fruits, Wines, &c., supplied at table and elscwhcre. -
*. Dye Stuffs J ; Horn, Irory and India Rubber Dressing and promise them that we will spare n-painatn
l:1'dl: 3. I860_ 10Anctioneer Medicines VnimsLe.: By constant additions to our stock we Lire col. All the ACCESSARIES for ojOTiirvr: and KKCB.EATIOX aid Fine Combs; Fancy Toilet I I please them. Our prices are not exorbitant-;all we
Clienucald', Putty lee ted the lareest: and most varied selection of Books at the! beat Watering Places will be fjund ask is a liviDgCall and judge for yourseles.April .
1: H. BERRY offered house in here. *)verfive hundred guests can be accommodated.As Soaps ; Pomatums ; C/oicePerfumery .
Perfumery, Burning Fluid, ever by jiny publNhing the country )14, li>60. l Paints, Camphine all of Inch are fresh from the publishers bands, and to the ITRMIVE properties of these WATERS 'c., 4c., AfC. --}
and CommissionMERCHANT. Oils, Glass Ware, are warranted perfect in every form.A FIVE experienced RESIDENT Physicians testify as fol All of which they will sell at reasonable price' br Groceries &c.

fine Soap, I Window Glass, CA T.\LUG UE which for perfection.f arrangement lows : keeping constantly snpplieJ with all articles in their and Flour, ,
Fin' Tooth and Hair I' Manufactured Tobaeuo, careful selection and classification of Ancit-nf .. They are in their effects on the human system, line and by strict attention to business' they will en- EXTRA Superfine ,
T\LUIIUUE. 1-'Ia.. s..t.| 29, 1655.; |9 Bru hes, j Potent Medicines and Modern Literature, has never been equalled,ant Diuretic Diaphoretic, Aperient Highly Alterant, lenvor to merit the patronage heretofore L_ .',,ed Superior Green and and Crushed Black Sugar Tea 1
.
& CD'S. Paint Brushes, Fine Havana Segars, Las: been copied and imitated by compilers of Cata Exhi1erant,(ndirect1y) Powerfully Tonic. They have, upon their predecessor. Soda and Butter Crackers, Maccuroni., :,
\DI. II. MrWO-VALD) Surgical Instruments, I Medicine Chests, logues throughout the country is now remodeled perhaps, no rival in efficacy, either in the mineral or Physicians Prescriptions. Colgate No. 1 *

btrtising X Caamissioa g onstt suited to Plantation and Family use, aDd improved, and Till be mailed free to any address vegetable kingdom for all cases comprehended under Concentrated Soap, Babbit's
Particular attention paid to Prescriptions-caio Ley Potash r
PUCK WISES tt lilriNDIES MIDICIBAL: purposes.ALSO on application. the general term DTSPIPSIA: with all their many and Extra
Gloss Starch
fully compounded from l'ure Mediciues.at all bUlrs- .
No. 102 NASSAU STREET, Send for a Catalogue.; varied concomitants as Hypochondriasis, Neuralgia, day and night. I iJley'. Candy, .
YORK. 800 OUNCES SULPH It will be mailed free Chronic Liver Complaint, enlargement of the Spleen .
NEW QUININE. to any address and will Superior Havana Cigars, I
,. .., Sick and Nervous Headache March 24, 1860. 13TIRESII -
: Debility, Derangement
'- D. H. AMES, M. LIVELY. prove an invaluable assistant in the formation of a DesLIer's Anti nervous Smoking TolMx-tf
Aln.rtiA..mf'"tf will be received! as above, f.r p.bcjituu May 14. 1869. 20 library, or the selection of useful and entertaining of the Nervous system, &c. BOP SHAKERS HERDS) AND Rail Road Scotch Snu L _
Their Diuretic properties render them powerful f S
: in ti.il paper. reach a EXTRACTS.CODLIVErI S .
'. I S 31 eg. remedy in moat cases of Chronic Dropsy, and affections ri\ Bbls! I'
Aus SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID a GIFTS --- ----- ---- Country Sugar, Cheap
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-- ----- --- of the also efficient in Mercurial
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Kidney. They are OIL RUlhton' Celebrated Brand. 5 Cans Superior Country Lard, *
)L v. nrT. in'cit ABC run CA1\I.PHENE: The limitless varieties of Gifts distributed, and Diseases, arousing the dormant powers of vitality For sale by G. & J. MEOlNNhxi:: ,
--- their really in'nntlic value will commend them to all and thus assisting nature to dislodge and throw ------- April 14, 1800. }6-6t I:
PAPY & ARCHER KEROSENE LAUD OILS.For lovers of good Uste. By buying in large quantities off any morbid or poisonous matter from the system.In RC>C :Eclt1t11: : :ORT. -- '
sale by AMES & LIVELY and for cash, we are enabled to apportion a greater short, all cases general debility and enervation Sundries.

..tt ::> 1.n.. :> 7"t La-v; ___May 14. 1859.\ ._20__ value to our patrons than: others as one trial will mill find a very agieeable and reliable remedy in Fresh Supply \ RAIN CRADLES AND SCYTHE SONi .
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convince those who wish to test the strength of our these waters.
T.I.L.U.EI l K.: FLORIDA. The Extract and Straw Cutter
Original Quality inducements. Cases of obstinate Chills and Fevers, and many QV \JC Hay ,

J\lh! \ : '.'- 28 Corn Starch :DIsP.ATCI3:. cutaneous diseases, as Herpes or Tetters, to., have Pump and Well Chains
--- -- -- PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES Well Wheels and Well Buckets
Those who regard: a prompt reply to their orders been cured by them. I

A. J. PEELER'S PRE 'RED expressly for Puddings, Ice Cream will be cute and send' us their patronage, as the central We do earnestly, therefore in all sincerity, recommend TT RENCH and American Window Glasa? Steel ceding Hoes, Hoes

Bance Mange,Custards, Pies, Porrige,Ac: location of New York City. with its many diverging all persons suffering witb Chronic Diseases, to JL Jewett it Sons Pure Lead, Hilling Hoes and Grubbing Hoes. p ii t i J
LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, Received fresh by AME3 & LIVELY. means of tran'portation give us unrivalled come and make trial of the Montvale Waters.: Snow White Zinc, Garden Rakes and '

TALL1HA5SE, FLOKIDA. May 21. 1859.; 21Congress advantages in forwarding to the most distant points. I April 28, 1860. IS-2m Varnish, Paint and Sash Brushes. :Manilla Rope Cotton Lines .
Powder Shot and Lead>
,
The business of :Establishment
anangements our
Tracuc-i the Circuit Courts of Oadsden.
\\'II\ \ L Wa1mlla.Jdlt'rioD and Madison and Water. have len so thoroughly perfected that orders received NEWCOODS.Joseph ASSORTMENT OF FEATHER DUST- Iron Wedges ,
<-w. FINE Blind Staples and Blind Fastenings' ,
by the evening mail, the next I .
t-.ttnJ r\'\ the collection .f notes and acMintt morning are on '
iirniptly' > Clinch and Nails!',
Cut Rivetting
\ FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for sale their way to their destination, and no orders are delayed -- -- -- -- --- ----- Wrought
m any of said Counties. 2\. by AMES A LIVELY. over twenty four hours from the time of their Wcbcr, GLUE, best and Common. Hinges of every variety. .
(> iic.- in U.e Capitol, .it. the d..r of the F
If > oppo May U, 1859. 20White reception.We Patent Balances weia! lung! 600 pound,
J.I.rnf'\ .n..rd iffice.r MERCHANTTAILOR Lime, Plaster and Cement,
,.>, t-t f SAFETY_ T7" EROSENE, Lard Neats Foot and Train Oils, For sale' by G. & J. MEGINNIS3
1)A. Lead. take tIe risk of all loss through the mail, if AND DEALER IX fl- IV_ Linseed Oil (ooiled and raw,) April 14, 1860. 16-&t

GALLIE EXTRA and No. lr Ground in pure Lin. the directions are followed a* in Catalogue which is Eeady-Made{ Clothing Burning Fluid, Camphcne, tc. r r
PURE not done by other Gift Book Houses. 0Mon'y f -
sent
.Oil, just received and for sale by AND GENTLDlES'S New Establishment. I
DEALER INJJJII' -. AMES LIVELY. in the form of draft parable to our order, or letters .. : Spices &c.
enclosing funds, if registered according to law, Mv Fnrnishine floods.Tallahasbee .;J \ informs his friend
May 21 I, I85 21 insured a safe return. I Fla. / 1IXNAMON, Cloves, Nutmegs, Race, Ginger do. TIlE undersized the public generally respectfully, that he has not ,
GOODS PROVISIONS Vy ground Jamaica Ginger, White and Black
AGEN'TsBook ; ;
r
EMONS Guava and Current Jellies Prunes | UE Subscriber i. now receiving,at his store next Retired from
T Agents and those drsiring to become so. Mustard Seed. Allspice Cayenne and Black Pepper, Business
.1. to R. H. Berry's Auction Room a well selected
_LJ Pears Sardiues, Pickled Oysters,Brandy Peaches Seed Bottled Mustard. Nice Olive Oil.
should examine our terms, n* ten books cnn be Bold Celery nor
-Al'fD- stock of SPRING t SUMMER GOODS, suitable fur
Preserved Lemons Piue and
Orange. Apples in the same time that one may be disposed of in the GONE TO HARPER'S FERRy I !
Marmalade Lemon GENTLEMEN'S EXTRACTS: of all kim].. ;
GROCERIES IN GENERAL. Ginger Green Gage Syrup Raspberry regular through the inducements by us WEAR, FLAVORING
way given _
do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do.. and Ginger to the purchaser. consisting in part of nor has he any

N.v' .mbr 13. 185t'(6! do. Raspberry' Vinegar, Fresh Salmon Lobster, :3f-' We the most liberal commissions to French and English Cloths Cassl- Intention of Going to Texas
Haddock Halhbut nnd fehad. Assorted Picklea. pay TSINGLASS& Gelatine, Ac. )H
FIRE INSURANCE Scotch Ale and Porter. Agents meres and Vcstings, JL Fresh Lemons!' by every Steamer. but that he will fully resume -
tT We keep the most varied and) extensive stock he -
30,000 Havana Segars- of the latest style and best quality, which he is prepared t
of Books and Gifts, and gratuitously circulate the
IT1TE HUE AND 311RI.\E IXSIRASCB CO. AYE: A LIVELY. most complete and best classified catalogue in the to make up to order ip a workman-like and FRESH Chocolate, Cocoa, Farina BLACKSMITHING

PENNSYLVANIA.IS'T'RE May 21, 1859. 21 country. fashiouable manner, and on REASONABLE TE&MS. Also Starch, Bermuda Arrow Root BUSINESS _ _
Tapioca Barley Sago, tc-
1\ja.ilJltloll by Fire on the u'ual: terms --- 53 '" We guarantee: perfect satisfaction to all who a general assortment ofEEADYMADE In all. its various: branch

F. H FLAGG Agent CodLiver Oil. may favor us with their patronage. CLOTHING, PURE Cream Tartar, Sup. Carb. Soda es, one month from thf t.

TII1lLh\: !... n"I'Cm"q iS. 1S58. 61 T7\RESH; AND PURE of the celebrated "Brands" now TO SEND FOR BOOU.. Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and.Ties, Shirts, Merino Soda Alum, Saltpetre, Sulphur, date. His shop is fronting Ji

--- ----- --- JL? Uegeman, Clark .I t Ci>.
Edward M West sale by AMES A LIVELY. by express, if possible, as it u cheaper and safer Hose,_Gloves. die.. May 21, 1859. 21 than by mail t He -weald' take this method of returning S WEDISU LEECHES constantly on hand. and in the rear of Mr. Zuker'g Harness Shop, where
AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT thanks to bit old for the liberal he intends to carry on the business as it should be
Money, if possible,should be sent in form of drafts, customers patronage
RECEIVED Mrs.A LLEN'S heretofore bestowed on him,and trusts, by strict attention done. Feeling grateful for the liberal patronage
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. TUST supply as payment can be stopped if lost through the maiL BRACES, different !kinds
U to business to merit continuance of the SHOULDER heietofore extended Io him, he would respectfully .
a
Hair Restorer and Zuobalsanmm.F.K Letters enclosing Money may be sent at our risk, ..
TDR(\MPT altentiini eiven: to Consignments tn bisL sale: by AMES: A LIVELY. provided they are registered according to law. These same. JOSEPH WEBER. solicit a continuance of the same hoping by his own

care Rooms: next door to Ames f rDl'C.I'l, 1859. COCOMMISSION assuring the safe transmittance of Book JJL COLORING, warranted to restore grey hairto satisfaction. H. B. FITTS. -

--- _.- --- -- English Linseed Oil tg In ordering books, the title iu black letters wcc: o D S. its original color,at the Corner Drug Store.J. April 2 1860. 18-tf
POST & MEL GREGORY & CO. -
only should be used. The writing should be plain, :
A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale and the Name, Post Office County and State shouldbe RARE INDUCEMEFT. March 24, 1860. 13. Notice.ALL .
MERCHANTS by the Cask or gallon. distinct to avoid mistake.
---o- DARBY'S persons having claims or demands against
PROPHYLACTIC FLUID
61 Toydras Mrecl, AMES .I; LIVELY. cnd for a Catnldpno. T BEG leave respectfully to draw the attention of PROF. Corner Drug Store. estate of Alfred Bryant deceased, late of

EANS. May 21, 1SS 21Compound __-__ Direct all communications to D. W. EVANS _J_ the citizens of Tallahassee and adjoining counties J. R.GREGOIIY&CO. Leou county, are notified to present them to the undersigned
JTJLJ VA/ c>:a. Gentian & CO.. 677 Broadway, New York.March to the fact that I am now in possession of a completeand March 24, 2960. 13Denslow's within the time prescribed by law, or this 1
: 31, 1860. 14-3m__ notice will be in bar .
____ well issortedSl'RING plead of their recovery; and all

: REFER TO 1:2: : :JI1: ::r3E ':or1 :SB jorpHESE :. NEW STORE I NEW GOODS AND SUMMER STOCK, Benzine persons indebted are requested 'to make payment

: Ueurs, Thomas J Perkins
; ...- R. Harris t Co., Quincy, JL Bilious and all disorders, arising from a deranged New Prices Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Fancy A NEW LIQUID for taking out'Paints.Varnish 5, 1860. 19-"w
Denham & M.mticello SUBSCRIBER tales this of and Greasy Stains from Silks or Woolens of all '
Palmer
Debility : opportunity
condition of the digestive Dyspepsia' ,
.. organs THE ,Goodfc Straw and Millinery Goods; !kinds without their color texture -while Notice.DURING .. ,
Marks
St.
lUard t Denbam, Liver Complaint, Low Spirits Want of Appetite known to the citizens of Tallahassee injuring or : .
Mr James Filor, Ky West, Ac For sale AMES & LIVELY and surrounding country,,that be i ill now prepared tifoceries and Wooden Ware, leaving no unpleasant odor. It is used with the same ,
by absence from the State:DintiTB.
Messrs., McNaught Orrnc d, Atlanta Ceo. \ 21 to offer them one of the best selected and cheapest Watches. and Jewelry, &c., success for cleaning Gloves without altering their my ,
.. J. N. McK5unonA Co. Thomasville, May2l,1819._ !. __ __ stocks of which I offer at astonishing: low prices. color folso for removing greasy stains out of Paper : Esq. will act as my agent.LARDNER C .
of all kinds. For sale at the Comer Drug Store of GIBBON.
August 14. 1858.; S3lyMEDICAL GARDEN SEEDS. SPRING AND SUMMER: GOODS Grateful for the Lbeial patronage heretofore bestowed J. R. GREGORY .I t CO. April 28, 1860. 18-4t.

NOTICE. ever brought to the Southern Country ; comprising a upon me I respectfully solicit a continuance March 241860. 13
---- c-rcwtla: ofE 1869. full assortment! of of the same, and invite' the public to call and giveus Nc"'gg'' G-ooCl.

j. B. "TAYLOR,. .. .. .J. s. BOND. W are now receiving a large and well selected DRESS COODS, a trial Respectfully LAWRENCE OHLMANN. MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, rosSPRING'AND r
an Goods Ready-Made Clothing, Boots ,
Assortment! of Sccds comprising Fancy 5' '
Drs. Taylor & Bond, extensive variety of the best and most reliable and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Jewelry, _April 14. I860._ 16 WOOD' HAIR RESTORATIVE ZYLOBALSAMUM, SUMMERxeeo.

TTAVE associated in the practice Medicine.. Of- Vegetable and Agricultural Seeds. Guns, Pistols, <-t('., 4c., land for Sale. HUMSTREET & CO.% INIMITABLE, .
In the selection of stock the care has All of which be will positively sell at remarkablylow .
JL JL tee at the OLD STAKO of Dr.Taylor. our greatest described land, situated in Wa. *
llahnve, February 1. 859. & been observed ; and as a further precaution, the vitality i, prices, in order to raise money, as be is fearfulof THE following connty, some ten miles west of Newportand HAIR COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE- PRATORIUS &. CLARK .
of the Seeds is generally l tested before being having bought too many goods for the Spring SAURY'S TRIOOPHEROUS,
six miles North of the Gulf of Mexico
; 'fNA pale that depend on trade. He, therefore earnestly solicits a call before : ,are offeredfor NOW m H
offered for pnrchasTs
eo may
; sale two thousand 18MLhere of the best kinds of HAVE .
he containing acres more or Also a good assortment! full assort-
getting those that are fresh and of the most reliable purchasing elsewhere as is confident that if you a -
well Settlements
: INSURANCE CONPANYOF character. AMES A LIVELY.Nov. buy there once you will do sn again. Gin-Houee are two and Screw improved on each place, Negro the Cabins tract PC>:IX1.a.c'l.es' cfe Olio. meo... ,
JOSEPH OALINOER.
26, 1859. 47 and other 't1ie'Hair.: Cloths
HARTFORD. Next: to Mr. Gallic's Store. Corn Houses necessary' buildings; about for 0 ,
650 acres cleared.JH e hundred'acres of.good. hammock -'
II TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE March 24.1560.I; ___ 18-tf_ __ to clear the balance good ask, hickory and Ferg"U.sc> :n.'s Cassimeres, -
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Incorporated in IS19.-Charter rcrpttnll0 : SADDLERY "irshines Alike for All pine wishing land further; will sell intelligence at a reasonable can .find price.out by Any addressing one EFLNIDioitibA -- Vestingg,

-- a AND CHALLENGE BLACKING is the ARROW ROOT
MASON'S D. RICHA lU>SON. Spring Coatings, i
i article of the kind in use.
CASH CA.PITALIOOOOOO. April 21, 1&60. 17-3m Wakulla county.
.. .. HARNESS It preserves the Boots on which it is used, makes At the corner Drag Store.J. Drillings, Marseilles,Vest ings, &c. .

ixsrr.r AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BT FI1tJ: the leather soft and pliable, and thus prevents its R. GREGORY A CO. Which they are prepared to Manufacture to Order -
ONTFKMS APAPTKDTO THE HAZARD, ESTABLISHMENT. cracking; is warranted to retain its virtues in all clio at the Shortest notice and in the most Fashionablemanner.

ANt>N3ISTENT WITH TILE LAWS II--- mates, be the atmosphere dry or moist warm or Choice Cigars and Tobacco.PURE Also, an extensive assortment of
Or COMFXS9ATION. and for of
cold; has a quatfer s century, enjoyed
Ken and Youths
SUBSCRIBER Clothing
B. C. LEWIS, Agent, THE the good opinion of mankind.It .
For Tallahasse and vicinity. purchased the hI.DAVID ',': U a moving mirror and adorns the palace of the WINES AND LIQUORS, ANDFURNISHING .

A'.!r<" tl5. 1J>57. 33 the interest of In A great and cheers the solitary hut of the lonely back GOODS
E. HULL woodsman. Thousands are daily speaking in the praise of For Medicinal Purposes. ,

11.: .. lIL..T. w. BKCVAtD, lL the Carriage, SaddleryJand J Like the Sun, it diffuses its genial influences upon DR. EATON'S AH for sale at the lowest living-price. -''They re-
Harness Business, all *>rts and conditions of men, and challenges their COOKING WINES, VINEGAR, $C. spectfully solicit a call from their old friends and.
Call & Brevard, so long kept by him, esteem and admiration.For INFANTILE CORDIAL customers attheir old.stand opposite the. Marine

At1or:1cys; : : 801 La.'OV'' would respectfully iu _ sale wholesale and retail by and why I because it never jail to afford irtrtnntantoMt Scotch Ale & London Porter, Bank Agency '. .' -.av *'fTI3f '
of
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.I form the inhabitants -.. .Mar. 10. 60. 11 AMES A LIVELY. relief when given in time. It acts as-if bymagk We are receiving N..Oooda' monthly.'
LEON and adjoining : ALSO A rttSH SUPPLY March SI, 1860. 14 aNew
and trial atone will convince that .
nxu) aAwcuited themselvn i in Lb.praot'we of that be will continue the bounces in all its ont you
I HA I Counties, FOR SALE. '
what is true. It contains
the Law: ,offer their professional services to the branches, at the Old Stand, where may be found at we say Congress Water.For .
1'.I V.ir: "1"Y'1I'iU practice in tie Circuit Courts of HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE Blacksmith.Shop.rpHB .
all tIIIi5)J2ockiwriys A sale at the Corner Store of
*>f' Midlle Court and District the out-buildings which are Drug
t>i-tritt.the Supreme SUBSCRIBER IlLS 'EMGD HIS
C un of the United States at Tallahassee. ir Buggies, Road Wagon, Saddles. pleasantly situated on the principle! of any kind and therefore relieves by removing tfutHJferinrj J. R. GREGORY CO. JL Blacksmith, '

E? Office in Eatgers new buUding over theS. Harness Bridles, Whips Trunks and near the Depot. within a few rOlldA;;;; of your child instead of by deadening it* March 24. I860. 13 : .- "HEHRY HICXS. a .
b liti... For this it eommeuds itself :
utii Weitera Rail Road. and Machine Belling ment walk of the Capitol It has u. reason, as from the Mottroe Uoose to _
hob 4, 1$60.HOGUE. 6 And in fact artiJe usually on an excellent: WELL of good the oily rlillhl preparation now known for Cnn.- Donald Cameron.TALLAHASSEE thebuildioadjoinIngtbe
Of raricty. every DUN TIETHINO: DiiaaBOCA: DrsETiKKT: Gairnco 15mt ,
every Fiuit Trees, de., which make it convenient and
& AMAKER, kept in to such the an interests establishment of hit!;euitomere and he hope to men'by attention a desirable to one that may w ish very fOr a pleiuaot situation BoWELS, ACIDITY or THK STOMACH Wisn, COLD W {lJll l& 1DI1! 1fnTI & lPrgL p opposite Shop of Mr.Mestrs.E. B.Hopkins Clart, _ _

bestowedupoQ CALL AXD *u IT. JOHN BOWMAN. in THE RaMs and Caner,also for softening gums, t
continuance of the patronage "o liberally reducing inflamatkxi the Bowels and FLA. < Meginni's' where be u
: ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORST I'URDT. --Tallahatlft'e. Feb. IS.'flQ. 8 regulating relieving -
hi* predewasor. J.R. pain,it has no ual-being an and-spasmodic at WEBER'S CLOTHING STORK now prepared perform ,
The subscriber woaU'also inftmn W.f fnend* and w.: E, ArDESON..wM. H. JlllTu.V ft is rued with unfailing success in all ease of Convyuiox OFFICE 18,1860. 8 all work,including
A\ H still eonlinnw the Agency of the other Frrs. As valve the life and Sortt-SAaeiny, &e.,
I I formed a co partnership: in the practiwof: the public that J.e Anderson & Milton or yon '
I-a",. a id will attend to any professional (>us'. well known tI ffl justly eeltbVated .. health of your children,and wish to sate them from Executor's Notice. intnnted to his charge, in the best jnann r and
.w,,,1-ted to their care. "" Wheeler 5c ii-i.:4cci": & I.u.. A't'tQrn.oys. a.1 La"'OV'' thoe sad and blighting consequence which are certain : JOSEPH H. ALSTOIJ.-

; I" I' lIom'K,. . A/PERRY AXAKER < .. "I'DSOLICITORS"IN to result from the use of narcotics of which other NOTICED n eJVren\o an persons baTing March 10,186 ,:,1M* SeeUiaet COPY
M"\ 1. 3 *;OS. ..8. dfk Tallahassee SepC2M&WvGROCERIES. '. attI'I..at: EQUITY remedies for Infantile Complaints are composed'take I t the,estate James L.Hart de-
'< .._.' MatiesueJeLo: *' 'k1l4.1f, .FI..r' nope but DR. 'EATON'S INFANTILE CORD'IAL, eei-: IiII J-'e pf L oa.county,'- to com '
t George S. Coiling ..' Charles N: 1V' t-; ; .. l l AVC fanned a Mrpwrtnunhip, io the T>'rctice 01 ibis Vou can 'rely lIpo .. It perfectly harmless, Freeut. ther: .: ulr'a.rtb oL ir-' _4wd 'uid I : Kotice.K :

''th' :I '.' ..L.L. Law-d will attend wiih fid.lgya.d ,prompt and cannot injure the most 3elicate infant Price In Tallabnsse'.wit>'" -'vk to 13l'wt3 P4.BUt. ... aRer tW seat puatxr e tfcii noI .
\TT01 iNEY: & COUNSELLOR DEALE. ( tbNS CM Co) 4-y busacM eaUuBted U Ihvife drehr thChcait S5 ente. Foil direction accompany e.f1Ch.. .* 1J. ._. this! nntire. ,-,.. ."""tl1..tw] require by law,or S IMO. exterior of the last Will I
I &h."Q
4b. -- bet fcj I.e.,
wAVEXSRA. :C.uft"of: JactooBf Franklin* Qilhonn' and t Prepared only by ?ad Ia t of 6belr.rHoTery; I deceased,
,' _T rw, L y. Washington;.-iIMI..sUfl"me CVmrtwfMaruima,and CHURCH &DI3tONTNo.409 au:d all POflf Qde\ a d. ,,"1fpIeaHcQm..lofwartJ I and t.eatamer.L of MhibOid) Grabam sEcODS*::h' .

',:. .iI \-I-E.: J-'IjORIDA. LL orders IIC'COlJlplUlit'd by-the cusn will nlect m lie United' tat District Court at Talbrba' ee and Broadway. y.. : ...d ...ake imn' "' :;p'Uht; ; : I of Leon teounly.the Judge will presentbls'Snal of Probate "'aaird eouety &Ik\\ .

., '.. nltl.t ._ .. I\ with! attintiofl.jqI. Apalaehiena.I' Sold' by A MM A Liv LT.TallalKUsc'FIa. PCXEIjOPE HjiRT1: F. ;} rrompt be sliseharged.
ask to !
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0.. *"" Not Adopted. Ia of Sir. aneey. Ton of the Florida Pr*..

ff1.riian &c D1trnR1. i tare ,glAd of the t'. chroricle Florida the one mT"c.return tll del i.>fMr. I S has A not CoutemptlbleIt tteaped the attention I'btIOfl.of observer of 1". We observe a mistake IB som of our exchange There i* geueaI agr.cmnt, *o Cr as we have Wo l have carefully note! the entnjcnu ezpres.ej

gates lo Chltlt! t"p. Our neighbor: t) so pacing' events that every honest and determined'r. to the platform adopted by the Charleston Con obNone.f. among the eormpondrnt of ne-wspnper b y tire DenorrtUe press of the Stete In rehtiog M

.------.-...-.- -.-- ---.. well. and! in such a fine humor that .r.ll betikrt effort to maintain: the rights of the th.r It is alleged that the entire series of resolutions present at Cluirleston: cs to tie eSVit and power of the conrs pursued by the delegate* from nor.l"

the death of Lit prt.mure lightly tln} any I are vowed by r.inny-ninebnndrcdllsof all parties j reported by the minorityfof the Committee the speech drilvereilby )Ir.Yaucey nulls lb..question iff tho Charleston_ Convention, and, ixicM; Me i- ,
li'aVc i of I
: one seen.
!.LL.n ISJS the Y.e fact that there )* nothing in "con\IJce party Upon in the slave State, i i. at once trumpeted forth as a and presented by Mr. Samuels of Iowa was,adopted ; of (i pUlforin wise pending before tb" Convention. greatly mislairo. there .;iiot a pajitr wire 0.,

-- which good and true men, Forth and So.uth, can I disunion rrovement" movement intended to but this is Dot the act. The resolatlon! relating to It is remarkable, too, that no one of there approve that Course, however rcuc'i! th
.-ITCH DAY, MAT 19, I860. unite, and we he is ready to with us 5a the the Territories and ktr the undertook the circumstances which! gave rlie tx -
.-. hopo join r'evolutiouize the Government and bring about a question of slavery in proposing I "rl'Oe..1 to majority report \\ i\lf\

: -- =-T------- supporting the nominee at Baltimore. We Lave I separation cf the States I I-as though: forsooth I to abide by the decision of the Supreme to controvert Mr. Yancey's petition except as to Tampa| Peninsular says:
dictretion.uisd of
Convention rat confidence in ability '
Democratic Stt g our neighbor lie will join u.. we doubt DoLtba I there ell be no manly adherence to a prioiiple Court vas tote I Jt/icn lv' 238 to 21. That rcsolu the naturo .and extent of tbe decision in th. bred W* hate not the tinx nor "pj,- in 'hi lu.i,, .?
anclf speculate a* to the ot tim!
Ir2Iccts ;'Quinc the first Monday the a Baltimore ".i carry the whole without tearing up the Constitution and de troying tion WM in tl.ueVor a : Scott; case. Lut only pretended that they were too I knif.fh up.:' We kluflIte will inertly caT gr l..rsl..lt tit WP; )

.. in June..1 ( by Itorra,-Sentinel, May 15. the Union The late withdrawal of certain States. ,. Inasmuch as differences of opinion exist in the unpopular in the North to achieve 'i1e -N. We roud to rank Florida among tire eeding Stat*.Ire-_
We arc to o'ir for their (Democratic party as to the nature and extent of the do crib the Cly faithful their
o"lgeJ "tth\r goo made the occasion for nu cnnnot tic scene presented in Convention r r Dck-gatca were to trlS! }l ri.1a
,- ,_. nt Charleston is : ing-llg:11Q
-- -- -- opinion, but are afraid we shall! forfeit it by refusing imajiuat.oti p.wersofa Territorial Legislature, and u to the on that memorable day l better than was dooeby t-w ant no voicn in a Convention s hieh Ignore* VUL
old thread bare Men of -
"icmocratio Meeting in Leon the same cry. prolific power Ana dutie of Congress, under the Constitution era ri: hta, "
.. join with them .io the nominee ; .
l the cf the Ne\v York
t correspondent
fuppring [ : ore utterly! unable to tee anything of the United StaUa, over the institution of JKt\y I From the JukjoavlU CUoJtM.V .
4 Tlic Democracy of Leon will bold a mass *.t Baltimore. We have and
one *lavry within the Territories : Foal, A "Republican" Prahe from etch a
in that withdrawal than the entering wedw paper. .
more 'J \ lt done HoGood and ).MfI ftrnt .
tic! 0h! last. to rra on* for tbat refusaL the fir.t we are Jtesoti-eJ, That the Democratic party will eb'Jeby : -
; is
- mooting oa SntmlaJ: ; appoint I place purposely employed to a disruption! of the Con the decisions of the Court of the United source surely praise imleed. lie sort : It la with pride that a* a Floridian. and a* acm D..n.
Supreme
Ccuven- opposed to attempting to quicken a heart under "On Fri-lav occurred the of Mr. O ?, we point to the
State course
dkgitcs! Dtmocrntic f federaey. Hence, the cry that it is n revolutionary States on the questions of Constitutional I law. great pei-chM pursued by our Dti;,.
the rib of death"-it would be a waste of time. Yaneey, of Alabama and Mr. }'uj'-. f f Ohio the gallon in Charleston when, as it b vare true dentocrat
: tin, to meet in Quine y on te! 1st Monday! John I A dead cock in the pit," and cannot movement movement looking! to disunion: and At the instance of Mr. Butler of Massachusetts, former representing IliSouthern and the latter the and patriotic Southerners theyzefusm.I loEj; r-

S i ia Jane, lar the purpose of nominating candidates be Del i to lIfe all that sort of twaddle, which was the chief stock the vote was taken on the preamble and resolution Northern ii-terests. Mr. Yani-ey'. speech i i. eonsidt o remain in association with A body cf men who
brorght that
nominated him
Governor and 1'reEiden- The party in trade of the Union-savers in 1E50-51 I, when sbc sepaiately. The published record says: cred by those moat familiar with his previous efforts ought to place the brand of infrrionty upon the

for \ Congress, i in a hopeless minority in every Southern State, South was swindled and degraded by the oils called The roll was called and was constantly interrup to leave fur escelh-d them all. He created a pro- : comti'nency! whom they represented and retire,;

tial Electors It i is understood thth! meeti.ijj and Los ro organized existence any where eke, ted and CtllhMlil'n.. He thoroughly routed the Southern with their dignified protest from "J.nI l aiifr.to
' compromise" of that year. The question is not- by questions explanation end I l to their Stat All honor whom
called! for tho above perhaps in Iscw where, tt the last The Jnorthern Slates first votedaffirn.-Uively, but fetlirpr. was rapturously applauded to tgsir't
scltly purpose except Yk ,
i Is the Union to be dissolved if the seceding: delegates thron.r'iont his oration. Handsome graceful..cpur- d ue. -

.,,. tpccificJ and otto, tcalc. nomiriitions for State election, they) polled some thirty thousand are sustained; bnt, Were the principle coo finding votes to the the South negative refused, amidst to cries vote,of changed" What'their* the I cons. Lrllliant. thoroughly informed upon bis ub- j I From the XewnanirEIe Tl'palch.

' the Legislature. Votes. I is uttErly: impossible, then, fr l.il to tained in the majority platform right If they dodge now T" That's a back down" and the HXe. j jeet and deeply sensible of its importance to th* Our reader are Toublles alrmJy awar tf t n.1I
4 Northern State I.e vital interests of I.!* section, he made a munificent | ]lppeaL late of
A solitary nor doan action the Charleston n\"enti.n. -
carry ; can Were right, then those who opposed their The vote was announced, and the preamble and -qutt?
adoption There i
better South, unites through Democratic dhi- resolution were rejected, aa follows: a wa nothing.common, nothing' per- j Sovereignty wa triumphant; but a nuraWr uf th.
Democratic MCCtIIIgInWEIkUIIaI and sought to carry a platform which they contended Ycat. Jfayf.: sonnl ; there were no-boast; ito tnnnts no threats ; J Southern State, determined ro longer to sut.m.:

d'j'hCrj'll ons his fricnu obtain a plurality: and are thus avowed the very opposite prInciples; were Maine ... .. .. ... ... .. 8 hut from ihe beginning to the end or Its speech ho i innovations on the part cf the North tiithJrew u

I.e :meeting v tho Democratic enabled to give bUn some showing in the electoral woftff; and where i it the sense or consistency in New Bampahlre..l 4 was the gentleman and the scholar.} from the Convention. The South! had f"r K iorj

party of the( county of Wakulla! on Saturday college. This! i i notorious, is their min reliance- the action tho Vermont .. ... ... .. ...... . & lie was followed by Mr. Pugh. who In the tenor time submitted to their encroachments on her inn
; characterising as duunionizing 01 of his remarks declined-to tl.c
I MaaMohnseets.. ... .. .... .. 13 meet j-oinU urged r right, theist we had almost despaired of 4fing
tbe 26ih of May, nt II. II. Walker's Still, for In the next place his nomination ,.one notfit one hand of the delegate who withdrew, beeaute Rhode blaDd.-I I by Mr. Yaneey, and with hardly an attempt to defend mai.fully resUt as it becomes her duty Ve had er

the purpose appointing delegates to attend to be made. lie i i. an <1 broken down political the right was denied, and eulogizing conservative Connecticut . .. .. .. .... 6 Popular Scvereiffnty. addrr-e.l himself niore hoped that she would take a firm stitn'd-Unit ib<.

tAck 1h"a record is quite too tortuous commend . .. particularly to the defence of the Northern wing of would not recede a jot from the position hr Loner
S. t on the other the coarse of those who persisted New york. .. .... 35
th Convention be held in the the from
the of demoralization from
t Quincy oa him to Southern confidence and support. J in what is admitted to be f If a New Jersev. . .. ........ 1Pennsylvania party charge required her to take; and we are happy to find
the
abstractly t inflnerceof Abolitionist .
lit Monday i Juno next, to Dominate a can. a free toiler at heart he ha at least manifested wrong . . ". .. ....S 10Delaware rath'er } Mr. Puffh wasenert : a number delegates, especially from uur"'wn
lot : dissolution 1* to result from aa adherence to correct gene than fervid, he was personal rather State,lia venot recreant to the
proved trust
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sufficient .. . .. .. 2Maryland eonfld5in
diiite Governor of the Bhuk
for member Congrets sympathy fO Republican t constitutional whose I. the fault Is it than brilliant and his Argument was intended to' i them -
: principle, .. ... ... . .... 8 "
and Elector fyr President ; and to atfendtio ese the prominent mention of hi. name ta connection to lay at the door of those who faithfully sought'to I Virginia . . .. .. ...... 15 cover the policy rather than the principle of action.It From the Montlceo! F mDy Friend.A .
was evident that the Northern win the
of
other business that may come before the with their; nomination at Chicago. This i.a it reflect the sentiments of their own section as expressed i North Carolina. ... . ..... .... 10 Democracy were prtffonmllv iOlprl'ilf'cI the a Southern Right Democrat we app.rov ef

fact '. known as excite that South CArolina. .. . ... ... 8 by the course pursued by the Delegate from our E-t.l..
meeting i relation to th* Charleston Convention 1 Southern 1 .1 should t .ar any through the resolves of State Legislatures, Georgia.. . .. ... .......... speech of Mr.from Yaneey, ns his applause came as and we believ'a they will unnTmou'yT.susUu I

and other pre t ready endo. his State Conventions and in the .Jcei*ion of the Supreme Florida . . .. ......... .. frequently friends. their benches as from those of hU by the party. .
I own Nor can there be much doubt .
things.A. Domination. We have now before us a Northern Court of the United Slates T Or rather, are Alabama .. ... ...... ....... the here thai From flte apalaehteola? ll Time' -

.e DEMOCRAT.New I paper of large circulation, whisk classes the candidates not those justly liable to the charge of precipitating Louisiana: : . . . .. .... .. .. Southern Democracy Platform as, if they reprerented dared to would do pS\i the It remains to be seen whether creeL the Democracy

for MI . . .. ......... to. Policyand
Port Sih I860.Constant the Republican nomination the slil1PI'I.
May dutoltrtloa who backed not principle i* the) in the State will endorse the action of thtlr
by a numerical majority, gottning force with them.
Arkansas . . . . .... delegates.
n"iUim I&lrd disregard what is right aDd demand an aequiesenee Missouri .... .. .. ... ........ .4 6 No word speaker on that 5iCle of tile House has had a It i. of vital

S T"Wa.lnenah ; 11. Salmon Cf in dogma that are destructive to republican equal- Tennessee _. ..... .... .......... .12 to ay apaip the Southern Platform exceptas the a matter importance. to the unIty .f
from subscribers one on T.Jich: Southern. .eccA lngJSta lb.action of theirrespective
reaching us defeat certain the \ *
compUluU are was at North.
Jfh.McLean, and to the best interests of half Kentucky .. . ... . .......4 8
ity injurious one of One delegates should be endorsed. -
at Wauktensh t Office cf the won arrival Synon Ohio . .. .. ... ...... 23 r :intleman. Mr. Brent, Maryland, who spoke'Ofl'&kturdfly. We feel confident fey
after C.lntr0 f the States in the Confederacy T Thd.Washington 1I Indsana .. . did Mt hesitate to say thai, while he that Florida will sustal io the position
of the/TfrrWiajlCBtU'scJera-l days it'ikf> :!'' ...... 13 take the
li.hed. ,Tbi* moat remarkable. Floridinnis X.P.Banli. ;.. Conititution explodes this revamped dodge of the Illinois . ... ..... ....... .. 11 I approved of the pro slavery Platform he should Convention held by at Charleston.Trom delegates .to the Democratic

I .Tf Jothua JJattt, t squatter sovereigns ijnd all who, sympathize with > Michigan} !, .. ... .. .... .. .. ... ... 9 vote for the Douglas resolutions as a matter of

regularly mailed for Wanlfeenab on Friday evning Speaker. Ptnnlngton. them thus Wiseusmr. . .. ..... .. ....... 6 policy. At heart the Democratic party i* pro..laycrV. tao rowcola ObtrTr.

find should reach Wankeenah on Saturday. Frtmonjt, : JiA T ore . .. ... . ... ..... 4 They may talk as they may they are essentially The Democratic party of Florida most stand it

Wu. re i* the fault T Wbo'e is tbe remissneu T ItS S Job C ; : Weak Intention oj the 1i.'tnptttr.-TLe' Minnesota . .. . .. .. .. 4 pro'slavery! all over the Union-and only teat, until tire meeting of our Democrltic Con,,,.
.bram'Lifcoi : wretched attempt of some of the from hesitate to say so at the North because such a doe- ion ia Qaincy. The difficulty mast find a lolation
trumpeter
California ... ... .. . .. .'. .. 4
certalny! not in office, and we shall glad
trine is
tAi b JOtlX Chsrleston to the Southern not there, at least that i view of it- and sail
stigmatize delegations. popular. our Dot
,Oregon . .
nEL . .. . S
to lean that tbe blame rests noiehere; but a. that Cauiut by the charge aiming at a disolulion of tbe Union This course is considered by the Southern extremists act aecordingly.,

'1 impossibility In evident that somewhere .1 Ca: will scarcely impose on the most credulous reader. as, to say the least, trifling and perhapsit from the Qniney Republic.
I I i Why should John Bell thus 21 238
.' classed T II it The retortIt i is obvious i* both cogent and at hand is not speaking too strongly to call it cowardly We all honor to the SU I' who
along the route are or carelet say seceding hue
thee incompetent not because hi. sympathies have naturally led him fur those who, obstinately bent upon denying to theSouth The resolutions adopted and now constituting and deceptive. By it they hope to humbug the proven tbemRIt' pb1e io'ha'of worthy mother.

tkc fficuil Railroad*. cither in the ctnolov o the Government or I tn th..1 ._..' I---t..t r1,1Io.wi tbe great principle of the equality of th*. Platform' of the Convention are as follows: slavery people into voting for Douglas. Whatever the conjecture may be as to the result

-Cmpnl. not Gretley bail him with as much cordiality State and the guarantees requisite for the muintenauce 1. Rtxoleed, That we, the Democracy.of the Union 1-_-' of the two Conventions,it will not be dspreted.tLat.

Proposition-t*-4 Postpone..i .be would the nomination ef Seward ? WIO! and cf that fostered principle the have exasperated the jeai- in Convention nssemblfl 1, hereby declare our Sonatter Sovereignty Mutliiusv iuid Douglas or the Southern delegates ,ill eitheY have UK rights

The Qalncy TJrpwWte give some weighty reasons doubts it T But we have other reasons for refusingto ousy that, in 1856, could stand!distrust on one which and Alienated the same plat wen I II affirmance r.a declared of a the* a Resolntions Platform of unanimously Principles adopted by the It is pretended by some of the adherents of the or and entirely equality withdraw of the South from maintained the Convention at all httirdt., snd

la fcvor of poMponiag the State Convecc'.oa: fro support BelL In pltic he is a consolidatiouist. forut. If the democratic party ia, indeed, ever to' 1 Democratic CoLvcntion at Cincinnati, in the year Squatter Sovereignty Convention that if the South. fling the banner of the Constitutional Democrat

tbe f r.-t Monday in June to the 9th July. We Ills record shows b a friend of all be broken up,-if the Union i* now endangered 'II 1856, believing that Demucratie principles are unchangeable crn delegates had not seceded, they would have party to the breeze.

t.ir! however it is now too late t aret. the the old ee of the Federalist, and were be the the blame recognition must rest of that not vital upon Ir,those'::clple trim), but insist rather upon same in their nature, vil-.en r.t'pli..J, to the been able ultimately to !"C1the nomination: : of a Equally explicit an the sentiments of the Suit

miller. CcsiJt.3. ', the Cunt culoa; to meet J the Pretest, no high pi elective. tariff no U. S. Bank on tho.'e who would resist ignore, or submerge it. only further iribjcci Resolutions matters; and, the we following recommend: ns the Southern candidate. In our opinion, there was no Floridian, the Ecuttm Herald and time Manure

*'Ji Jane.can. exorcise; a wiss discretion i in the pro measure no extiavagant scheme of internal im When the States that are certain to give their electoral 2. JtctolceJ, That it i is KJty of the United probability any Southern man being nominatedby Patr;. Thus, ao far as the press of the Sts.lt ell

Il i 1 it hal bu
titi the uoii.insUoa cf Gubernatorial 1 This is 1ei as principles to leave a all i its citizens, whether at home abroad and the South
;n CODf"U' i I :: nt inference from hi* anteeedent' convention wherein States tli.at are sure to for whether native or was Squatter Sovereignty and Dor&LAS, delegates U sustained.

clonal und Electoral udJ.1f auiy J to [><>*:., : crd while it may commend him to supporter the Republican candidate dictate a go or foreign tern. or nothing. The whole history of the Convention -'I- ..!
tIe p'atforra, they 3. RetolreJ, That one of the necessities of the Chandler Tonge Our next Governor
,
age
to a subsequent Convention.We I An,! advocates of such measures it renders his nom can scarcely be ecrc3 "/anylhnf but n fahLf-1 l in. a military, commercial, and postal point of view, prote tins fact But for a bold declaration of the Mcssas. EDITORS-The time is fast.
thick desirable that there should ination adherence to their principles and the or 1s fixed determination of the orciAi approaching,
r i hij'ily utterly repugnant to Democrats, who can security speedy communication between the Atlantic and men la the Convent
when
Le a general' tra.tn: of thei't'.jt'fore: the Richriond never be induced to sustain a candidate entertain- be their own electoral region. Fortbore wlso can a e Ircely prom Pacific States: and the Democratic party pledge ionr, refer the reader to the following telegraphic the Democracy of this State in Convention:
vote to
an
complain of their peitinm- inch constitutional assembled will be called *o nominate cash
Government upon
aid will
Contention cveu though: bothirg more dial] ing views which they believe to Le at war with the ity, calls to mind the reproach of the honest the as insur* despatch, which appeared la Foaxxi's
juryman construction of a railroad to the Pacific coast date for the various office in the gift of the peoplt.
be done thau the appointment of d.egatt5 Who best iutercU of the country a 3d of the S:1 especially. he upon thoss eeac.. vic.'irfa.'r ftlloxi"( whom the earliest practicable period. Price, on Wednesday morning, 3d instant, ,4 The distracted condition of tto makes it .

ever shall represent the State ,!:: desire! specific could not cozen, cajole, or coerce into agreeing 4. TfrnJ.'J, Thit iLc Democratic party are i* which was transmitted the night previous fron party imprUve
1 that these nominations should be
witbhisopinionl rod
Indd.nl5 t And even tome of the honest such terms as shall be honorable with the utmost oar and deliberation. None batmen
more of the to ovrtelve and
that intellectual and opposition in council, ami when donbt .
luertar.y ccalingency isay} arjl.Te aU.inmeut considerable they were no fully informed
lega. are ( jUg to Spain of the highest character, and
R'pluc suggests one of these very ton live experience Mr. Seward is also a man press equally a* frank.in perceiving *!d, 6. .JteiolvtJ That the enactment of Stat. of the position of affair in Charleston. It should be greatest capacity
get avowing the truth. Thnthc '' Legiliturts *- selected. The D mo r rjcncjes. MJINe intellectual power and i* Chase and an August Cftrontcfr : to det the faithful execution of the Fuel should be bora in mlad that'the fnu Devotes'
I 1 ftnlintl, a paper always and _" .}.1' <. .. .i.. ci.. 1-., cry bustne in etaracter, subversive will need candidate*;who arc gif\eJ. public rpesken -
one Vnowj n jst will w tile npahot df tbe t 'm" of the other gentlemen who have been aesoci&Ud Philadelphia organ, and the traitor Foaati his
r.nititr.orr Democratic party, speak to the same point*"*" *" "vf-the Constitution, and revolutionary la their to explaia their position and defend Wieir action. -
(:n"ulwn.dl! tl.nucli we do not be with Mr. Bell l as competitors for the nomination !- erect creature:
Ue\t:st (1 : time. 'ill ge: the houth the viatform Why should the Charleston seceder be denounced As a general rule merit and c'pa.tllhnuJ.J;
: but that [Special Despatches to the "
Chicago i ii Philadelphia FfftL"Doula.
; no reason either
ll tictircc, yet it may and we I.opc.iL thai why as disunioDi, except to excite the prejudice of S .r be the guide in the selection of our public odctr
tLeb.'ti>'"nay Le tuug'' t ,on the wi.i-.ie P al 1 Bell! or Seward or Chase should receive the electoral some, and the fears of the weak brethren Was JUarcprcccntatlon.The will not be Withdrawn.YV'ASUI .
uj Columbos. >-CTO:. 2-Midni: Tho Sectional claims, which are sometimes l io our
May
ever the Union shuttif! from our Jjaze the rtc- vote of Florida the question asked, What there even a word uttered by them in their deliberations Enquirer of the 9lh, begin an excitement urge
(lt I I in the Convention article on slavery in the Territories; by speaking of in regard to the Charleston Convention increases. Conventions, as much as possible siiouM be i:aorui
: : ,
\ of
tie
; .a .rtrs tue o will do under the ,
circumstances
tleia the"3rth, two the l3t.\\ you now prescnteJby I winch cou1.1'Le tort.ued into a desire to destroy I.ur the Macon Teltyrap/ .nt a Squatter Sovereignty"paper. The war upon Douglas by the Administration and and banished. Wett, Middle, East and South Her
ant 1 :"ltl. your I.arlsT' we reply first, that we not % We Disunionists is maintained without lIe i is
tbt.p.1heS know that Mr. mercy.
the! l'forni to be conceded wocld \i j IsupIort Yariccy h. been ida. are terms which should only be owl a< fro
,
( |> or 'ihere bra been to bo punUhed for doing ri, ht.
8rM3 I John Bell or rny other of a I long .allcJ a isulJiol1i t. but we venture that not hardly a month in the past three ; Having"obtained
expectant oDe
i DOt [. uvrirable to leave the '!c- b. '1 Bark Republican nomination. Secondly will :OriTn! man even who iic.rJ! him. can point to a years in which we have not taken issue with wisest the nomination of a majority, he i ia practically the graphical designation The most deserving uf our

free to adjourn to D 1im.rf thai! they! nay: thus be I await single remark nuns tvhich squinted ut disunion is called Squatter Sovereignty ;" and tnt a short candidate. Despatches received to-night indicate citizens should be promoted, no matter what maybe
the action
enabled to ecntribute their aiJ : pLicic! taitallecanJiJiZt of the Richmond and Baltimore i and unless we are vastly misUken in the man, Le is; time ago. ic a review of the Douglas Harper artile !- the determination of Douglas and his frUndj never their locality. And yet, while feeling tbe fall
: ;I Convciitlc:1 harmony be not yet possible! ihere: one of the D5uat honest and truthful and ( 'we controverted it at lcn th. 'WI bold it lo to falter. They will never abandon him.
I
en the t Here Is tie! point, sr.dhence ] I pirio1r f-"be Southern force of these remarks, your correspondent behetfs!
and
r1'f.ol'm ,; will; fit Jea-t l 1M a candidate presented t the DC. anj capable men, that the flrpr'2ic: i onr contain-'.- '! altogether illogical and absurd to toy that a Donglu'Senltol'l' Representatives
the : ( a Convention before thc mocracy of Florida! who ha* never beeo ( f Whe'n Col Hill, one cf the Georgia delates. a power cbnc' dd not to subsist ia Confess, can be are now telegraphing to the Convention to adjourn that there may be particular period-, when certain

Richmond meeting l es place. I conttminatcd strong t'nio:1IW, representing a strong L mon fee- I exercised: 1 by its agent end subordinate a mere to .l .nore till Juno, in order to give public Orin. sections of the State may have strong' claim to the
Ly au association! with Williac* U. i ion time to
Whatever ia done by the seceding; Std should! Seward A a I tion of our SLit! made some rtraniLi designed to temporary fugacion municipal government provided operate. Meetings are to be hel privilege of furnishing the incumbents -certain
I competitor for abolition votes :> imply to jn.iint.Vin and social the South to rebuke the sccedors; aud an address
public cider
Le done, first with the view of harmonizing tie :Chicago. We are I test this very matter, aol to call out the gentlemanfrom during state of to b, prepared asking Northern Democrat I office?. This is eminently the can at t1i! time.-
free to confess that there does not much Alabama ,:r. Yaneey most lalicall.piis.Al'uwclloDI political non-age. So also, islt to rise
Detnoc-icj! of the Union on 1 found. constitutional I of a re-union of the dissevered appear I I' such dcsi ns. DUunionists f'DlI' indeed !- equally absurd to maintain, under a plea of popu en ransse against tLe'rurt'antsrho are hounding Our next Governor should bt from West Flora A

ba&is; but if that be found ircpoville! then so toact I ru.pee Democracy ; I lluvr J.K. thy laii.ioiu Douglas, thet arc-L-enemy lar tovtretgnty the idea thct the few and earlier Douglas and aesitirmg the Disunicnists. General few remarks will convince all of the propriety of

to secure Jifnuony themnlrtt. Tliis bat w 8 do not despoir. Those who arc la a peal of the South in the face of the Southern peo| 1 >, di- settlers in A Territory can take a enup jndgment contempt and scorn of Cushing are expressed. His I this assertion. The development of our railroad
a umong tion to know do not he itatc to the I nouncc those dUunionifts siLo Against nil! who may come after them nnd shape partiality and injustice are everywhere execrated.
as
latter i. of no less iiuportancj than the other, and a sound and express OpiiOethat preserve the Union the basic which are seeking to! irrevocably the social status of the inchoate State, The Mas.-achc.etts delegation have ".'een demoralized system is the only policy of any importance ia
a
upon major
to secure it wikdosa and not passion rnuit prevail in conceded at Baltimore.Unexceptionable platform will be of the States, in Convention assembled, endorsed? by prohibiting the incoming of slaveholders with by the cube holders, and a deep game Isphicying which our State has engaged. East and U'f'db

their coassels. I a speech delivered in All this despicable clamor against the seceder a. I their property. Tlift is not popular sovereignty, to put Guthrie forward, ; and, this foiling, Florid have been largely benefited ly thf polity
tbe Senate the 8th instant I _but circumvents Seymour, of New York, is to be tried. Neither
on by Mr. diinniunist.o practically popular
Benjaaia sovereignty.
i.f only goes to show the utter recklessness They will soon posses good and sufficient railroad
Louisiana while And seein? the absurdity to which filCh clu'iin; cird will win. The Democrats who prefer Douglas
l'eroaodlUA. heartily endorsing the action of and desperation, and the sure discomfiture cf I a
facilities.
must lead the article are a unit in taking him or If he ia WestFlor'ids, from the nature of the ease
A late ri.-i: to this place .sati'fied i us the the delegates from his own State in tbosc wLo cake it Ito, they, and they only, are Harper U careful to bring in, I nobody. slaughtered -
lat withdrawing the real disunionists who seek to dishonor incidentally, thp! number of colonists in a Territory they will avenge Iris fall by such an appealto has not received this benefit. The restriction of
encomiums bCto'f.upon it etc not over-drawn. from the Charleston Convention, he said a portionof who in the ballot boxes as will be
the remembered
: the confederacy, and to deprive it of its may judgment of Mr. Douglas exercise for a the Internal Improvement law Lave operated more
I iiiod:<*d "beautiful; .! for tttualiou," uitha fine .I think that bcfv-re any of ns are nix weel rights the common Territories. They are equal the this p01l'crM tea or fifteen thousand. Butw I century. The Secessionists must take Dojglas or n hardly upon her than any other portion of tneS! t'.

retrace: from the sea, a capacioarell: protected o J"re will find that the whole Democratic party ditumocist who noT seek to bind the South here doe Mr. Douglas get thirst' number by what Republican. The boar for compromise b"'I jwissc an unwilling I She has hitherto been
).asteur, and reposing on an Wand Wgl and airy, i i. reunited up<>n a l teals of piincipK I think, t e victim Id the chariot wheels of the Little authority i* it established! If that fraction of a forever. Fifty nine ballot. have been takrn.sind unrepresented fn the Bonn

and covered r.'uh a beautiful growth offore.t fore we are fix week older wesh.-ui tniltatnonth.cm (! S'ytsrcr" of the North west, and should they succeed repreentativo basis may legally determine the five hundred will not tire or terrify the Douglas Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fun J.-

trcct gentlemen \ho, tteatcooventiontlid not Leiiute :- upon their heads will fall the curses of aa outraged question to may lev. The only reasonable ground cilumn. OEc.\Jwo.u. This state of affair has naturally produced some Jit
S not looted for eo Dear the Atlantic coast As a in private conversation to avow their conio and betrayed people" we can imagine is this: the sovereignty of the people 40.RepobUc.ol.m content and opposition to the The '

: i. place for rc.3Jencc we know of fttr any more deV tion that the eoutherncrs were right in relation to a ole Territory lies dormant until, having acquired In SlaTe Stat .. lystem. PMI

sirable. As rtfpx-ts the i of Funao iDa the principles that they,eluie and who refused Opposition meeting la ._. efficient population to entitle them to representation The New York herald of the 16th, commentingon completion of the Railroad to Quioey .ffords :o time
pro ptcU
tbxt recognition! of solely upon the ground An Opposition Meeting of the citizens of Jackaoa in Congress, they proceed with the the assertion of the Republican Journals, that people of the West a reasonable prospect of a we
if the future 1 Ii lobe
< a city fiom the
judged Jmt, of expediency! see the error of their wars and CTtent of Congress to organize a State tern extension Welt !
government five slave States to wit By giving Florida at tbi*
held
in Delaware
county, wu Marianne the :
on (th last TheIr Maryland,
there every to the of mill add one more the long line of emp.lh* and take the position of an independent
Jon JntciJ.at t
the most sanguine hoped. There roust fulflmeDt be at this honesty is the best policy, and expediency the worst n. 'no\ )1. White acted a* Chairman, and the community. Until that time, the Territory is political equal Kentooky,.Virginia and Missouri, will be reprtsen- juncture a representative ia the Board la the person

of all the possible policies when principle if besacrificed lion. John T. Myrick as Secretary. Twelve Delegate ly open to colonization by tU citizens of all the Jed ia the, Chicago Convention, says :-"It will lee of the Executive who will rurally loot; after

prc&ent wiitjnj a population ">f well nigh two thousand -I to that of expediency.. t were appointed by the meeting "to represent States, currying with them all the rights they possessed well enough to understand how tar this representation and foster her Interests, her discontent will! be encouraged

and this to before tbe railroad connecting the We trust that the dintir.fuished Senator 1 not the Western District Florida'in the Constitutional as citizens, either of the State or the General extend In Delaware the opposition held their: to engage In the noble work wLWh i* U
with tie Gnlf! Should that road Government ; and none of these can be divested
city I eOllpleed rtUtaken in these predictions, for we do not Union Convention, to assemble at Baltimore on the except in the exercise of sovereign power by the State Convention last week, and resolved not to connect with iron bands every portion of our be.
! urpi
prove as rnccessful as lie frUads And projector anticipate that a single delegation that withdrew at 9th instant." Six were appointed from Jackson: new community in the formation and adoption of send delegate to Chicago. In Virginia only one loved State. For these reasons I beg leave to snggert -

FcratndiB will then become a city nnm- or that may b present t at Richmond would do otherwise county, one from Holmes, one from Walton two an independent State government.-Macon Daily county, Ohio, will send delegates. In. Kentucky, a citizen of West Florid for that office. Bat

ering its tens of touand bat if only a reasona than rejoice at an opening for a reunion on from Santa Rosa, and two from Escambia. It was Tele2rap3fay II. the extent: of territory which will be. representedwill independent of these consideration*, the gentlenua

bit share of their hopes are reize It will still b: terns that would leave them D genuine cause fur propoeed to hold a State Convention of the C >nssitational These are sound view, and in point of fact are not exceed two hundred and sixty acres, which wham I am about to propose trtrj'Vlf worth/

a place outstripping all others i Ford In size and separate action. lKe this onion might and Union Party in Quiney on the 27th of the substance of the majority platform submittedby owned and occupied by Caeslas M. Clay. St Lou- of the high office to which I wuh to s. him pro

importance Ia say "taV Her* a promisiag fa- would have been accomplished at Charleston, Lad June, for the purpose of nominating candidates for time Committee on Resolutions at the late Charleston t is will be about the only place in Missouri which moted. I therefore present to my feflui-ce-

tare before itTU the Convention been govero4d more by reason tan I Governor and Congre and also to select Elector Convention. But is it not a little singular that : will send delegates worthy of being eajled crati CHAJTDLZ Yoirox, at sv Irritable Democratic
represen
Florid! Road 1 nearly finWiel ferfcaps by Itnpukt. 1ehp Usa auetln; at Baltimorewill for the Constitutional Union Party." the Telegraph, thus orthodox on the chief points of : tatives. A number of persons from Maryland, who candidate for the'o.eef CovtVaor"of la* State of

by the first of Jane ears will pats from the Atlantic result .upleoWJ At all et ents we are dispute, should condemn the withdrawal of the will represent themselves as having been sent by Florid. Now, who Is Chandler Ye-.nce.7 JJ l las
S to the at Cedar Keys. We focnd that Bapttet Stale Convention .f Florid Georgia and other delegations, after it was demon. ,
Gal await and native floridian endued with sal
willing t I different localities in that State will doubt *vtry geaer.eI
S- portion of thf read over which we passed ((47 mile) ae a aTe This body will convene in the City of Jce'. n I ttrated that the majority in the Convention had claim scat in Convention.." BO patrietra (edinr that can Wad mew io-ta* iced ef

.Ihtantalyuit and comparing most favorably PJ.14eneJ and the HOOM e f Co acres*. yule, Flo., on Friday the 25th of May. Delegates I determined not only not to repudiate the ""absurd' hit birth. As a geatiem, his cbareer b so Ir>

I with either the Pcntncola or Central. The trestle I As lere some probability that the choice of coming either by steamer or Railroad, will be met dogmas of the Harper article," but to adopt The New York Day Book publishes the Platform and nuB

I over Amelia Marsh,..which has given rise to 1 the next President of the United States my' devolve by a Committee to assign them home during the platform which they aver sanctioned them ? Where presented to the Charleston] Convention 1 the reproachable prsUcwcrthy, thai cueandeaywulbeatalosafocgroandaofsavihe B f*

ranch controversy in the pa&t, i being rapidly filled upon the present House of Representative*; jess-ion of the Convention. If any are not met by the is the consistency of such a course? There was a Delegates from seventeen States, and says: i* endowed by nture with a strong and vigorou

-. In, a. originally! declined and when thus finished. we svljoin a statement of its political cast by .Committee they will report themselves at the officeof point of difference between the two wings on an We should like to see the man who can fairly find aid wild edocatio
hnt.lleetImprsaved by an early
that celebrated work will bo a. massive and. endu I States. It will b borne in mind that in choosing the Judson House. By order of the Church! imptTtant. principle-important to us of the South any fault with the above platform. It simply recognizeaan and habitaalreflection.

ring .could be delirJ' a P.eident each Slt casts coo vote. The present L J. DRI 'SON, Pastor bat of no consequence lo the North except as it, equality of rights between eitizen expanded by extensive reading end
C We editor louse is h!IJe. politically:! as follows: r related nothing more. It simply states that *citizen of the A* lawyer be i is thoroughly versed Ia
are of tbe Floridwn to mere individual The
t the Ert ? Arkansas Correspondence of the N. T. Journal of Commerce. opinions. Teltgrtlp1&admit" United States born In Alabama or Texas, is just a* the principle of jurisprudence, and U at t (t* ese
and t other gentlemen of Fernandina for many I ,:O..ic-Alaham. California. Delaware that the South was right, and that the opin. much entitled to the protection of his government
WA&DIXGTOX the of Cicero "
Georgia, Illinois Louisiana Minis May 8. language ) rnerely'Csstaed *
I ae't of tindfl.and hospitality during our brief sippi, Minsouri.Forda. Oregon, South Carolina,, Texas: The difficulties in the Democratic party which ions-beld by the other side are illogical and abaurd'ow if he goes where the federal jurisdiction extends, ss aetionvin, Canter formvKrvm-**etp* *rlatxtrvm.

..1 stay In th. "Iibuid City." Virginia 4Iaepsiekaa.Conneetieut. have arisen oa tbe slavery question, and which whatis to be gained by repudiating the if be were a native of New York or Mas'IIchu..ett. praece *
na hall It leave the At the bar He rant with the fcrn0*
v Indiana, Iowa, Maine, were brought to a crisis by the spit in the convention action of the delegates who withdrew Will it be determined question of slaver) to
The at Charleston by popular sovereignty"! when a ohms professional brethren : *od BotwltbsUaaKi'he
PI.ater. Convection stt Massachusetts Michigan New may or not bo settled be
ot may
Hamp
; te shire, New Jersey. .New 1iDDue't, Pennsylvania, fore the 18th June when adjourned cim<-ntion serve' to convince the North that Georgia cares State Constitution I is formed and when sovereignty diadein, what Lord BoflBgbrok*Justly stigntUas -
Th. of called York Oho will assemble. But much for principle Heretofore there has been commences. Is there- anything terrible in this!
Rhode Vermont
Pnte all pon t lee -15. tome hope tecnis to be enter bat iaful t til t4
Gerg !land And the northern free ) as a OMB g *ppttetlon *
tt at !ael OB tbe June eb .-Kentucky, Maryland and tained here that an adjustment will take place on great unanimity ia that State in condemning Dong- yet negro States voted it !
Den North Carolina terms that will re-uuitc the down, thus virtually saying that Ifs southern man little art of1da.aiee he obtains a profitable pre
3. delegates the
ject being to lalt'aU! Direct convention and
aUps f\t Squatter Sovereignty. This sentiment
etblalng and enable them to proceed harmoniously to 13siilfl. dares to step his foot into the federal Territory-on tie* that secure Ma as laJepe.dieeVBdlab, !-
Tra e It LM wggestcd to ua lLat Flan- J M"-TeIDel. the '"Inithfunl represented by their delegates at soil purchased by a common blood and
b selection of common *
< C. candidates
U require 1? vote to effect choice for the Presidency and orti tjf e aiBer, extortloo, cr fraud. Ae a p*"
" ten of Leon Ad other counties cf ncri abouldbcld 1 ,a and .neitfcr Vice Presidency. not the reconciliation can be ef ,, CharIIoe. But repudiate these delegates and do treasure-be i* from that moment an cmilav, and ring -
tieiaa be has been existent asil B iw*
. the democrats a
ever
the not entitled to the
r ul-lic m cting", and appoint AM or more dtl- nor Republicans have a sufficient tented on no other terms than the adoption of the yon not then show to the world that all your reso- protection of his government 1 i- *
j number, the four last named State will, of principles maintained by Senator Davis in h The doctrine is monstrous, and could only have Democrat of the JeffersonIan School flat
; to attend tbe Convention ;* able lutionsand *H well-turned !
lt" A\Yacn anure course bold the balance speech yeeterday. These your newspaper per originated where it did originate. ia the very laboratory all time enjoyed the respect and confiditfeej;
Should principle are embodied
It tithe lecp interest .Met'Florida Planters f c I oCp'er. the I in the uinjoritT phtlforn which the seceder bds and all your bawling on the stamp, end in the of ultra Abolitionism. Well,i*it any won his fellow ho bit JKored
Douse fall to elect Pre will I eifJien s. by wjipm beep
; t the nsvctaent and of their hearty co operation a or the 4th of iui>ist upon. There is nothing objectionable halls of Congress, have been nothing more than der that men revolt when driven to such n ertrem- *
March, that will then in very it-.Lea It it lOugt tinern with a scsi in the, IcgUlatur a* one of"t eir rep1'otstatlves
$ In any iuca.urr:vhicb may b adopted carry out duty effect devolve upon j{ in the Senate Resolutions, a* will appear from Senator bluster-mere"sound and fury,signifying nothing?"* tOpeD Vp-tD pnTntaU JU"ehrged.
t the I growth sand upAaaioft aDd reenact tire diLuted .- and ia that capacity left no J nty
which lass the election Davis'
I the object of the Convention. There is Senate, of a Vke [ explanations. They avoid extreme .
' l plenty Pe. I ground Mr. Datis colleague Commenting the action of the Constitutional ADd hated Wi1m t Proylso aDOther form!. They I* tht portion b* wa* bithfal p**
't of time to hold a meeting for the purpose suggested dent who, under th: provision of the constitution, j t complain that h. II upon would not be worthy the name of American 'if Blorlfbiator
d0\1 not g.far enough, and amend Democratic; lien of the iBterest of It and an ;effi J
proposes aa ConvfBtion. the people.
President of Scranrah Jbpublid -
Ii 2 the Planters generally approve of the propotltioit. bone the United States The Senate meat requiring legislation. rOIl' the ? they could submit to be such ua aDd slave
calculated
D i i. composed of a mljorc of Democrats.O.NX slave pI iperty ia the Teir.tiries. Mr protection- of :. % ( position,) say, "To say the least, it is ,** and npporter of measwe

U' -. I -- ject require no legislation,. but asserts.Dnia'prot t I $ft11.,1Id Independent, making the Issue clear and Conr Jessica fAtrrr.-Th* Washington correspondent 41eelop, the reeseees; to- impeos. the cs1dtlo5! ,

AIabaum So.. in. IJtSee. HrM>tEn Cos FOB TIE Scoxano GCOIGU ton ought to be afforded when j,}.ay.bccom. neeary ernpbatl Itpreiita I definite question, to the of Forney* Preea writes: iM to exalt the ehsaaetere(1he81s1. I twtWd.is

Morn, l.iy! 14. T) I held PunaDc hundred gun were fired on the --which i* not liSely-to I to be sailed and re! *
< ntAcraU a mastmeeting happen. If the Democracy of the SoaLMra &. They are sow regret to state that serious fears are every aocial. dvU private poblia

in thu city SatnrJay night The speeder I Battery C .little after tx o'clock. In hon Southern eoaventkn called by the aeccJer shall tiled -pon to dllftda between tit*** vK .*v. flItertaiatd! let the vembl head of the Supreme lift. K* m-lntalos M namltled, dIglmJeharaetermtsuln" W

f/>4.i th: Cli rlctti CuiiTctiUua eeresutsine..!, :and4etestrs or of the majority! of the Georgia delegation to Lbs meet, a breach in the National Demotratl? r-rtv hauled saafsrfly lor their right. kU down Cow of the TJaH1 Stale. Juctree Taney. may MYer .,4a

l apt>utuu-J .Stela Cn.: t: L a.tsii.t Democratic .National Coaveatvm. large (-n- : >UI be rendered ineviullo.* But ao effort has bean '7 ajks) Democratic ecuveatio of Marly every agaia Uk Ida sai on the bench lie fell from soMe by 5eZ45'h"
the 4th June I course of I i-cofdc' vere OR tile icoog them made to bring beck the ace Copitat on ( prevent the, ontbera State* and iaoa .**, IB *v4t* *f *eh A similar roeetin; t.t'-T it MoJij<4j< rr the Inll"!of our motlJ resf'teLaLl".t! who ail:1 vemj j holding ef* Southern sectional convention. "Wbea *.m vtllhtf fa* War* .W* an oraIs.stk&whi.rhhs1 lf>re to M* climber.' ApotHer Af th.a**& mcniKTC i Li a brief sketch of Chandler .Yo3ft>-
", I rordiallr to *_;:'j: nth; in the 4ena.neirutIc's- ib" Xew York delegation sisal! to the -f tJ-H. high tril-aaal It ako bert frflc.w..lm'rnoerata unite in elevatfajr PU'

.ite cU'rj, sri wiUi the sine tfo't ; Fqecs'a3k .-tn )'., ; I "'forUiU will lo dote. agree maj..r.im1 .nc4'.' COIIIr.tI'pi Nt. twe) ristw t. c1diI I C4Jn..Ilon... vry. etflloJ tire' chl.f il-gistracv A MIDDLE of FLORID tIm! Sial*. DE3IQ4 t'. t'loit'a


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.,Iii"' "ut'tlucc-iI.ftbf'U,pr.-tip ut complication|")' ti,>n uf*the wMcli moeratie have. lately part arisen. In. of common' .1L.. ad to the iuVresW. ItK-B.Tccti.-n. ;'e,UlftoiJI\eJ andth..Juty J"J"P FKOMAUIVAL -: EURUPEFTILTON. -:-: I A. .httG II &YWARa. SEW .. :


.1 ry.rv.relati'ea.rqjtesth.rn..deratOfl -
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of .raJ We bavp no d- se nor iiiietti:; 'n nt ll.i* lo" .
t Scz.-per firrnnoM .f pur- th'H" ).'IP 9'nL .. : Fon'
( ( .
uv
e arouseje-hloUsieit awtlti .., st a AU '
'"( .,, prevent U* final c'utr'pl.. of party duv to the ..f I'.iwv rtijeTaapplied "j ,rii'i-Cns i l'u .\ AND RE'f AIL DEALER IN -
< : who i
'OI" J.'gntt t-.iu. t
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'n'al\ hid'ult.I r''\;>" "f the' ociUTt-nee v'!iiic'i liave cided; in I'rirri.c.aith: tinretiring tIeIcgatenj & SUMMER : .

,' eri yrt Iu'e onntti-J or di!Uyd.! to o"rtlre their : I' j
i
,;"-ii toy *t T tinpre nt will liaterjIiudent < : STAPLE GOODS
action. It iiisv I Ic th.it tlmr <-oari' tho
l wan
vlicitinj -. mostprudent.
: ':\< a | '" of nr- I
hs. wM. !.} le NEW YORK May 13.-The steamer Fnl- JLT TUB .
: i!. ,- '.. i.itniuin party viioii'"ti"i ,d'I".t : -i c' : aI"it".1 under the ctrcunii !
'.. ?r '. : .,,It.: t.a"ulIl: i.riu.1II.. i .tanee: end tint "rIIJj the only ol t,.n nrr vtd at title |'oit with Lixerpool tat 'k .

,L :: ",' :',-tt i.l\<. month. us '. tlifjc* the ultinntr. ..." of l*>.- 'ion I @ lolC nMituviotuil tt'u' tJ I i-isf., three tint s later than by the I CASH & EXCHANGE ROOMS .

., f. .." \t. iM, 1. :lat. l.i r pii..!ij ,,( the! priuCII. We- know that there are aien Ur.zjl. l 3111v:9oI;: $ U LtL *. .

.,.t':, r.: I vii."craiy' lia.1 c.ej'le L mid H.I.O r( dyt main in cadi in of the National ddi'IPti.us Licit still 1''. M.\UKITC.-S< ltf. ofiliicj, Jays, 30.000 I .
OF
nn '', intrrprvtktliin "I thy' Ciiitujnxti pint.fat !. ::' _' -'. .taritnc..with tlieiiitrrprrUliouI.r 'and es' ?
t.' ..1' :U1l ".*outh 1 any son of tl.1 South who ha* retired Market dosed firmed with nn advancing ten- GROCERIES 4C.
dre4 .f li"lI from the National Ctiniea'ion in vindication; of tational doncy but G \W SCOTT & CO.
'v 1 Ioaa c'll'tl.ict ':l W41 '0' no: quota!!y higher. Mallch(s.I -
",::,.i. ')lI t'I""I; Land It jts ttii.tej' that the principle al.1 Southern !honor.. We know I her advices crt: I'.ivoralle.! Cronditufr were
that thc'S hav
tilt-li actr-d from loyal) motive
.to..r. "ee"IIIz..1 nor
i"i"r; :. (4aLi f emli;" to-rri nil l J.i- .' ire"It totaUih IUW\u'r":1J cr do w. prxMimc to my tint tluir 'action Las been decliningrmi quiet. .Con sols! 9j| A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF .-.

:" ,!.: ti/ ri.lit *-f rojMrtx '.i id .l>.te in the r*- I either improper fir iiuprtidn.t A* we laY said to85J: for money and accftunt. .
: ntt.ri t"* of the ..: On the before. w tleem it |H..*ible. nay probable in
,,-.Iivtj.' CII. other 0 tat Every Variety of Goods Required. :
Hams Sides Shoulders
., : :. \\u ii.-i,5ed that tlju interpretation of pursuing I. if'.r..rt course from'thnt adopted by a I OXE DAY L't1'1E-AfllUVAE. OF THE Mess Porb9 ,

..c'j'l: :<.'.:.' on tbl i>olrt rwoguujd the right uf {I i nuiiiberof,' '. uci-itc'ii. they have oaly taken a in this Market. ;
19 the' territories precaution which la pledging the wlu! CANADIAN.an
r'.v *'an existing right .j rMl .
'j i i'
I 1'
:,iT,:".. .:,; I.\. tho Con>tituli<>n, andthitttbepoWtr j jJi i Demorra party e 'miltelarte.f that ,principle 1 Flour, Whiskey, &c., &c. -ese.- : H J

I'"'nrci. e 'u'd
.' -, ,:-'i: ;it i di.l lga tc.jI. the ttrritoiial !i.i>lntltc i Canadian from for '
Liverpool has .
.. tlt' with the I! mto: all &li*. we Mill vindicate, without re- I Quebec : Ladies Dress Goods I
Ii" to l.nsrr tutipled duty here with Terms 'Cash ;;. j
passed Liverpool o'atea to Thursday on Delive'y.'l'JlUi1sset'
servation the action -
,_ '." ,; .:. 'h l '1.I.ting iightsif |ir>oa. end pro1 exception of tlioae delegates *
: '! who have retired from tbe Convention. Their I tie 3d iret., one day later than by tie! : '

1 ;, :t''". '" ::i d. -i !:'r ilir I.''ltn '" of dlflererce.; I tion was right-right in principle and expedient InI Fulton. Sales of the last two days 17,500 May 12th 18CO. 20-1 GOODS 'I
HEAVY IJR.IT
'; 0 !k .: !._..,l'h-r fIll'r"! :.. were ready with I, policy. When delegates! ; were instructed by their bales. On speculation! 5,500. Market firm' -- ------- ._ --
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_';o,', ,.! v M'ipruwi_c. \\ e thought thin. what to Withdraw from the Convention in and (
Consuls!
eleady.
p : i a certain contingency the happening of that unchanged. : Pea & Geo. Bail-Road. j HONEY: & LLOYD'SL
,
,"i:, .11I jthltttlll! a" a C4 e in "hie h both i, ,.
The
nil contingency they had no choice. And white they Paris Monitieur announces large reductions -' .' .
,",i';o Iud P"prttluded middle ground of -- L r.\T CT tOtTIIE1tEIWa PLANTATION GOODS
.. withdrew from theCont-ealion-It was due to them, in the French turi1'on wool cottonand :
!
", ';.i-i J Jiidteit. we wiw but one pt*'ible | ,
", : i'u u!1 c<';)1"./ $ whu-li .upgp ic'l the j I due t their constituencies due t loyalty and to other raw mate,in!. I :: :.43STol: 3 Station : .

ro: 11 IIJ"t vf thC Cincinnati platform without \,' principle that they bliould cot b left Isolated fn The Cl.iicso: have deterrri.ii'd! to di-pnts BREAKFAST :: .
I HOUSE.I i JBO -
the to which their had
position imperative
f' .
tli duty
'ever to disputed in-
:.\ rJ!'' ;' l'C point the pissngc of the! Allies tu Pekin. i I I'fB
They
assigned them. Had they refused to obey instructions .
....rl'r..I..ti"':'. uth..a coniproniise as this, we were y .
uttrian,illiu5tia.o! .t. AV. foresaw that its or. after obedience had they l been '1er Isolated have 200,000 men! under anus. OARTIE3 leaving Tah\haa5ee! a 6 A. M., by tie \

ijoitti;, n ould result iu itotbiug less than tht de- by their associates, the principles! which _L Trui.i K"iiT{ East o' Mudi.wi, will Jo well to .
MAiiuiion, : of ihe 'lout U rouiU| the perpetration they contend would h.1 fallen to theCTourd. All I TIlE UNION PLATFORM.BALTIMOKC avail themselves of the advantage to be derived from i I

of double! deception. We foresaw too that even hon then to the retiring delegates! Vi'hatcver a GOOD BREAKFAST at the'abore Station ample j .
9rrt a ueh dcceplinu poMtble, it could only bo madejmcticaUe credit may be atlrilmted to other soldier In the May 10.-The platform! adop. time being afforded by the company for comfortably + M N. S -

UirwOgH tke nomination for the Presidency I battle cocstilutional ri! hr, thc.- tuter who ted by the Union Convention, pledges the partaking of the same. '

of Mme man eiiLer too timid or too dishonest /wrtfcrlUttft have awimed the post danger I party to support the Federal Constitution, the 1'aities wisLing to geC to Monttcello by this Traincan j '" ; ,

v> svow 'hIS opinions the point at Uiue Alto i, that maintaia: a claim to n.tiotu. gratitude, second to Union of tho St.tes, and the enforcements of invariably be forwarded by private eoD' I oee. t
of their .
"e recognised Uie policv .f compromUa as none as peers.At : tho law .. THO WOODRUFF, Ageit.
I !
.f.JO equivocal; to be honest too timid to be prudent t I to the ultimate action to be adopted Baltimore May U 1S60. 81.MOORE'S Embroideries Hosiery; -
tiw stlfish to be safe. we sec but two alternatives presented to the ,

Regarding, then. the doctrine of federal protee Democrat party. TIle doctrine of protection in W 4.llmOt8IfJay 10.-Tho Senate to dAY Las DOUBLE LOCK STITCH

ties to pevwus and property Ia te Urritori.. as I the tl'rntorielllaUIt be finally rejected or accented. passedby a rote of 44 to 8, the llotnottead bill, so
the Ccn. and fur If it is rejected, as we have already indicated, its Machine.
ride imperative Oie) jut by and logical;tution.iiiU-rprctatioo as !of rejection will involtc the dismemberment of the a*to tell actual occupants J land for two years at a Family Sewing BOOTS SHOES -
only
r'ihin -- :
Catinlll.ti platform : 'I1t'o did not hesitate to I Democratic! party and a separate nomination of a quarter of a dollar per acre. ,

the.lace at the lit.d of the editorial column of Uie Democratic candidate on the plulform of constitutional The blouse to day has passed, by seven "mlljorit NOW IS THE TIME: .

''I)Ukbmond Enquirer* that exj-/ :tian of principles I protection will inevitably ensue. If it i* rejected the bill declaring cull and void the law of New TO get the mo t desirable SEWING MACHINE I AND .
then the be
mtln id. njecllon must unequivocal. invented for
incr Nor family
at
Uich has: floated ev r our I Mexico with use.
regard to and .
slavery
inculc.te the If the d.I'gate* who -ow enirpocithe Conventionare peonage.Mr.
eSort to -
"ave we fl'"reJ.n of thIS bnnotrof constituticnalrrincipU .ct.\L.t. willing to jirld llh. poiut-ifthe) are willing G&ow of Pennsj 1 vacia, has reported five bills! PRICE $40, CASH I

the niainunance. "p"rt.e! front the integrity of the to tolerate the doctiiiie of t..rritorialYt'r igllty. for the erection of Territorial Government, with Read the following from a man that knows what a \ .
i 'fHifGJ
bemocrsuc .arl\' '. Uiiccaiinjly ,juncture then by all meant let the isnie be presented the the TVilmot Proviso attached. Amendment he say. and then call at my office ia the Capitol l# : .
and p o't cf alQn-.e have urged this most tangible, form-by the nomination of StephenA. were (Southwest ccroer basement) and see for j ourselves.E. '

in uaof season the matter by every argument vf principle Douglas. Douglas baa taken his position ina offered protecting slavery. Consideration po.tpon. L. T. "BLAKE, 1L:. 1 '

"an.1 i ITCV whii'U we could discover or eipoand. fair and open manner. Il is unjutt to him. and ed. The protective tariff bill Las pasted. Sole owner of the Patent for the 0. 'p .4ai
< thst the of unfair to the host of friends who sustain him and MAT 11.-In the Senate to the May17| 133o. 21 fctate of Florida. '
\\\ '.I li"eonflJ Democracy Virginiawould day deficiency H
iu this r knew his doctrine, that any eomrromise cAn ,J..te shall .1 :d .,. : _
*u tain us position. ca7, ws % appropriation bill! pasted.
be allowed to steal his thunder. Much SeNds JtrFEnsot CornntFta )
touvliina chord to winch the Do- as we oppose :, (
Wit racv we 'II'of ere ev ry Southern State ould respond. hi* doctrine of torritoii.il government In the House, fin bill for new territorial governments April ttl, 1860. J r C J' .,

in.I In< neither) point have we Wen niHtaLen. Erery would inflni'cly prefer to f"(-him elected on tIle lion- were successively tabled by an average ThIs u to certify that I bare one of Moore's Patent .

the ijl tl titly avowed platfurm i.r territorial sovereignty, majority of Sewiiig Macbiocs.which has been iu ,
S ,\'!b.TT> State ba< rci-ogn'ueJ uo cs vital > twenty-nine .some Republicans voting Family use eijbtmonths. OIL OLOTHS AND MATTING
i'. M."II rititi and to the ;jit.re-ts of the Democratj j I rather than witlle3ltlac tuition ofa nun who shall with the majority. Each bill contained the Wilmot It will eew from the finest to the coarsest ,.,. ,.

'C ,-artr Vie S'uUieiti Suics bate regarded the j i.consent to go before the:,"n'le! on a platform. ptak- Proviso. cloth. It has done all the sewing Tvr the family a .,. t CORNI'OES f

ne*c yty l'f<>r' them *. s' urgent that they ba1"erortn1'tt.ily i I !it'cue tea'.i'iioi.t at tlu Sort and another at the aDd made all the negro clothes-will sew with any & CURTAINS, .

instructed their delegates: to"willi- South. kind of thread. I can recommend the Machine tu any "

:, tw from a" .National Convention whenever a us* I j|i AVe are convinced that tlie larje majority of the LATEST FJ'.OM HA VASA. person that wants ODe, as being as good as any in Hardware and :

vrilIb.ul' refuse to satiation: tU' doctrine of i i Southern Democracy will be satisfied with no candidate Capture of a Slaver and 530 .Ifricana. use. ALFRED RA YSO Cutlery,. .

1111 protection.\ : Nor Lave Southern Democrats who does not openly avow the doctrine of CEDAR KEIS. May 14.-The steamer Magnolia .
'

DUGJ' IVciiic taemstUes States sectioiializcd bave yielded in an the active rtrnggK an.' nndi-TIle constitutional: Democracy protection are naturally in the Territories.averse to Theojt'.icm anyprecipitate Capt Crowell has arrived at this port, with Havana. ICE ICE.! NAILS IRON AM) OILS I

Ln
doctrine. And action. Ibey will calmly await the action dates to the evening of the 7th, and Key West advices COOL ICE served out as usual from Ice ,
the tin I.
to same
vi i..i i >:|p-irt >>u J E"EAL RIGHTS to this PLOW i io 1J
.t tin.North a Mrong body of nservatlve Demnt ) | of the Biltimnre Convention. Let that Con to the 12th. Her accounts are interesting. at St. Marks. Send your blanket and INDIVIDUAL use

(. II'ram.!! J under the Mine banner and j I I It vertion adopt) to tIlt full extent in their platform, GCB. Wheat of Nicaraguan notoriety vat on boxes. We charge fur packing if box... are furnished sold byFRANCIS Blacksmith.

., j tIle not cuiiie of the equal rights of the noveri' by us. A. P. CRANE, AgentSt. PAYNE m
f'r dilejrite the National Coni i I
t to I
: i" i ; < : board the Magnolia, bound for Vera CrrThe Tallahassee May 12.1860. !O 'I'I.I'EtTJI'I'
: a states and they will rsndWutc D. LADD.
i ,i-:' niitiu: ; the mne doctrine. The DC- | : : support any I : .
I .';J\ ", Ntw Y"rV. ictirg throuslt t1&eirdhtrt; : I 1 f, who oan stand on that platform. _And if the Haiti.mure steamer Isabel,from Havana, broki her port Marks, May 19, 1860. 21 Executors Administrators

r ,.,t't .>nli.iv.' elected a full delegation tuani I|I Convention ,!'aH! proceed to name a candidate heel, when sty miles oat She cut out the buckets ,' to .

r.'I' ii! ',; ipport of constitutIonal plalftinu, J j I I'"itb!IIL rVeiting tLc .io !.( of equal protection and steamed with one wheel fur Charleston. : Lumber. and Guardians 3. :,
] then',Ihec-nndidate Trtmself whoer he be
T ,
I I
,
luillorittlf the may
nll '-"'t delegates elected by the April 26, Off KeuvitaJ, Cuba, the U. S. steamer of LUMBER several mills RE hereby unified that unless their Annual -S
,. of New York hate will be required to inl'ribe."ith hi* own hand, on price at our re- AL AND ;
THE
:0',11"rliti jI.e
: ile'&t because given their rnep.ti..n. j j I the banner of tile party the doctrine which the Mohawk Lieut. Craven eotlIp.lldiDg..c.ptufed the.Americall'bark.yitdtirf' after this day will be 112.50 per Returns are made by the first d.Jyof June, all
Laud
: a *u >r irt-< only
i it
; I with cargoafiiO Congo commissions such ret' forfeited the
rD' are by
Turn on
Democracy r>f InllDtull States Jutv. .already thouMod. Catn Dtiivtry. -
< ( i>\ the unit svsUm. A of the pronounced :
r i luajudty She
African bad
originally] on board 650200 law. A. P. AMA KER Agriculturallniplements., :
R.
to be essentiaL On no other terms can he W. JJ. HODGSON .
T>nu .\'1t itii and New Jersey delegations are nowe.y men, 200 women and girl and 250 from '
Probate Leon
boy tea
.ith unite the support of the Democratic party. L. C. LAVENDER, May 5, 60-a Judce Co.
? iu > operate tIt Suaredeltgsteafrotn.t W.tli: t.1.coe views we respectfully, but earnestly, to twenty five year .c.( age. They are unusually Mar 15, '60. 21-Sn A. S. KUIS.
,1 ,. States. And in the
tf. tW England evrii fine looking, and well cared for. One hundred died RAILRADN 'TICE.I
l to the Convention that will assemble in I
", 1,11.,, .,t-in the of ery the state of the doctrine great uxpoun, j jrni antic-ui Richmond| on the 11th June next to take no deci on the passage. Jbe vessel l had provisions for 1.000, Notice. A )large asaoitmcnt of the above articles !
; i u ('rpo.ile .4 U.oy but
ijiion the she
., : ,!'e.l action: until they rlmll be Informed of the mesa- negroes being scarce on coast could get
'I 'I1II1.oItllla..e taken
r\ ii \ their aaml j i, urcssdoptcd b the PaUimore Convention on the no wore. They are all from Congo, and were to OIX we.. from the first publication of this notice, constantly] on band and selling ;
'. I thell'! the bam of Federal )
platform en I
t. < I have been landed at Santa Maria .
I Carol .O tSi will the of Pro- .
undersigned to
.. 18th Juttmatters novr stand the question of apply Judge at thoZjO'west
in the Tenitorie
: 1 i vi\ f ronerty j The bark Williams with
750
; left the
.
I a plitwrm ii Mill open and we vet trust that the negroes bite of Leon county for letters of administration on '
.
': :".e' ::i-r m. by which it is Jfoctnally: !| coast just eight day before the of tbe
Deiii-KT-ttiE ltltim..e Convention will the vit departure tbe estate of James W. Dabney deceased, late of
i i : till: ut tU&lUOIU.ut! aD uvrwIhu; : | ; fee Wildfire. I and after the 6th of May the SUNDAY Cash Prices
.J i t1 ". iKtnooratic Iyare fi'I'! ; Imit..d i
IIteamera1"ere
the vio\\1 the Uulnnond Convention ard thus parJh waitioIt May lV. }B6?. 81-6W SUNDAY EVENING TRAIN from Tallahassee March 21, 1660. II .
'" i ': r MiiitUioner of c'n"litutio/il) f'lill..iJl Congo-river fur of 1.;OO each bound for .
cargoes .
'.. fl. .it. .1 M. lun? nt the niai-t lir.i-l uf tb- "-T,tr< the h irmon'ou loud united action of the De. Cuba. \rill be discontinued.W. .

i j.. "i,.l 1 Jin'r.[ Every utinr test l ct applied I nuitwcy cfc; .ry wctioa <>f the confederacy v NoticeIS L. VINSON, Au't Sc. SPRING TJiADE.1S6O

.' 1'.0 ..solution 'Cllf' : 1 .C April 28. 1860. 18-4t i
( pohi1 rrublc-m
UNION Co.\rcsTio-\-BELL AND E\EU- hereby given that I forbid cM!l from crediting -
:i :,it.ites: the Union. [From tic \Va !iin; on Constitution, May 6th.] persons ____; Sentinel and Family Frifnd copy.Planter's H
'.. I JT"r.The telegraph enounces the nomination soy person, DO matter who, 'n : c jMt'iwn. of the respective dnctrines. of A DoC e r. pollcd. without a wntt order Iri'tu I will
D me, as
t. "i ,\,'.-,':.jrty and IV 'ral I'r..te-tul drew of Bell! of Tennessee1, for President, and debt contracted The pity no Hotel. WE are receiving a large nnd well tvlecto4-! : -
otherwise. ilou
1 h "harlt'-ton-c.lu I The publics-fn: to bave fallen into two greater I'verett of Mass"chuetts for.VicePresident.Tho e nud Lot SPRING STOCK of. '
: : r.t thone liardi : where I live for reid until first SubscrIber consUtiog .
now u October. niIil having
., ,, .;'i,'tnn" of <]unl ,protection I nldiy j.r lorswhhrefcrer-v? to t lie proceeding of the Charlcstun high personal character and ability JL Boots and Shoes ILirdtca'S (7oodl
the Hotel .
I'onti'ntiou. fir it in 'uj;'po'in: that what nrc great Mny IB, 1660. 21-3t J. M. HILL.ISTegroes above rurcl1uelA Dry ,
il'v' |I'W""UI1t'f'J! On the other ed, thet '
called: tleTeiiti' ri-o-lhtion! resolutionsoffered of lese gentleman are unquestioned ; their f"ms bit friends and the ;
:: '.rt.'t: 'Ld] toverti;nty was not ev .n ri e : ( I Hal that it Groceries Iron, Kails Trace 4'$ Fifth. .
member tf tLe T"iieec-e soundness is another 'stio:1. Senator 1.4 is now opened
political
"rilin'm..n: all the re'lutiors C-f- by a delepttion) were q Likely at I Chain Strclchfrs.IJrrcon. Salt and .
commcdatkm
of PERMANENT and
'! 1.\ i"' j.. ''! Hi bt! .* Convention tot (''C can j I' aioptcdby the Convention, nnd ,w. nd that the Bell voted against the KansasNebraskabill I TRANSIENT .

:. j, ,'j 't..h"Iehllt'r! in direct tern or I by im- j deee-nt's! of the seven htates who v. :th the Corivent:>!i which lad refused to recognise their: April 18 tf And for sale .
BOND
.!. tnnetli TerritoiLl L.- cheap by & OCKLlojd
I ':: tin. > t ii gi'Ltt or. sided with those least friendly to the Soutf. MONDAY. May 21st, I860, will ba acId be-
.: 1 i'iyht*, bad aiijokrned tine d'.e. OX Mart-b 31, 1860. 11
: I.'!U pla ry. or edit denying the .lllt.cf. Auction Room Stewart's .
F, .'!,'r.aH"'irmect to protect tlare raocsr The Tmncslce rl'tluti"ns'w..re read and appended Mr. Everett has opposed ultra abolitionism, my Bridge, .

r '! -:.\ ir">iwity t in the territories. p I to them wn the construction of the two-third at the North, and refused to help co honor 2 itlcu, Women, 3 Children VTOTICE is hereby given that bids will be re- Saddles Harness & Bridles

v' -u 'y: a<'liirtlin: ; that the present as ert'on: cf rule "talc! i.h't ciiuirniaa approved and which (the to John Brown's memory. Field ITanJ tT Terms: Credit to the let January _Lcel\cd at the Probate office nt Tallahassee, -

: t"l J..f to-ritorial sovereign' wit i ineomth I I Convention uetained. but ro vote was ever take, The meagre description of the ,latforni IS6'', with 8 cent interest and approved uutil 12 o'c1ock.1IIumay. June 4th, 1SCO, for the fallowing T"ORSALEBY BOND t CO.. .
the Democratic on 'them owin," to t!:e skillful tactics of the friends j per II timbers to be delivered at Stewart Pridge I Lloyd, Maict 31. lSCO. U.
'It
: tinintoeiity partv : hardly allows comr.1enLs we construe it, security. 1'. H. BERRY, .Auct'j.May : .
.'.\o.'Thf: f f tit doctrine only A.-ked that tlu- j "f Jitdg? Don'glr.o.' '' 12. 1659.' 2'>r2t I on tl.e O p lockoncc River 10 miles North of TalUhn .
:i ,i i:1'1! 'te MibraUted for further judicial: de3.1 j The&hkgit.s] fi-oru the States of A bamar..- it means tie Constitution, (to be construed ec. and for putting up the Ilme. to,wit; ALLperaonswiahing iiackbts rn's Shoes .

". 1 \I.dd: thx3cvcs: to .Li-Je such de- sis.ipp' Sou'.h C.n-lii.a Florida Louisiana. Texas Ncrth or South to suit the vote ;) the Union;*' :; L'C ST Nineteen ((19)) Cap bills 14 inches square and 18 with filled by BOND'hunting.t CO.them

I and Arhsae Jid not adjourn tint die. On the con- and the of the laws." It feet KHJJ.
enforcement ut 'It' the !, Tuostlar -
near Capitol on n M. MaytIt March.ST .I860. 14
Llojd, : :
tracy they adjourned to meet at Richmond.Va. on Fifty nine: ((50)) Sleepers 7 by J5 inches and 22 .
r. \\\ free to uJraiJ w.meluiB fails take GOL ARABESQUE -
> tie nre : tn<>re the second in June. and invited the national terly as we suspected it would to ; sqyLL, or
.11.'. c".-. n.ii i f wcainccS. It was ho e..*!y ia- |! Monday hold of the issue which the Cato of the DR -J>INv ftlout two inches loaff. A liooralrew.jiIl feet lor '. Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee. -
democrat of all the other States to meet them on .>
Three .1)) Foals 12 inches and SO feet
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"1 as an .ri..rt at i.ci'iation. an i .1* turu conJ I t rv'L for its 'Jolivery at this (..dee.igc sqnnre long
.,[. .i.l res|'ected by tliose to .honi it vns j j' t'tereon: that diy. Union is now suspended. }IIIY\2 '- i0! AS of the abote named tuibers to be fat Lcartj FOR'S.1LE BY BOND 4 CO .
:. "- 1-11htuaeccptancewasimiosibIe.. The j'I Iites It is doubtless a good dodge on the part of the Bat we must await fuller reports for extended j pine. free front wind hakes and other defects. 31,1860. 14 '

>':,' ot( equal protection were ]obliged to adf j!j fiiendiof squatter sovereignty to make it appear comment.Montgomery (Ale) 3/.7j7. tT; S. ]IrIarshal's Sale. Also, for buildi.lg Western .abutment furnishing 1
that the Tennessee resolutions, while In
they
: loilmr ori riiutl position. If thoir doctrine passed ;j flaringplank 2 inches thick and not more than 8 Spring &: Summer Hats '
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did not do and it be a good virtue If writ of fi. ft. \i. ned from tIe
they so inches
.>' \ validity all. itraa of I reality ; may -- BY a wide {or.Nut one-quarttr of the Bridge, and
a
1 Tislitntion which might be necCMiry cscited part stroke of policy to diffute the belief that the seceding S'ptrial tic; t tCSP !', Office of the United States District :i putting up raillo!. A. V. AMAKER' /T UEAP. FOR SALE B>." BONP & CO.

1 by judicial; sanction, but which no action or en-cfdoral I delegates have divested themselves of the pow l t_ .__ Court for the', Northern District of Florida, Tallalin I I Chairman Cern CD Bridges. O Lloyd March IJ,1864), 14 >. .

intrusted to them by their several constituencies, *ee ivi-ion, wliciein Charles L. M.irtin is plain Mar 5. 1SCO. 19-3 .
i Judiciary was competent to i"'l'f ir.I. I semblance of to thebogus A CARD.-The Le;i-Uture of the Stale of tiff and James M. Durdin :" -
!. omission "I Ifina in order to give a legitimacy is defendant, I hive levied dotMng.A .
the
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''er to avert the doctrine of -
delegations from those States which it is Intended Georjrii Imi.'ij 1.a-d the f..I.\II. ; Artatits session upon and will expose for 1'111,., in front of the Court DISSOJjJT1OZG1' /
would
< protection practically result in theft t) present at Baltimore on the 18th proxrwovided of 1S68. prohibiting the drawing Lotteries II,.ue ,]..r. in the City <>f Tahl.thassee! on the j,..t OcJ-Par'tn.crah1.p. I ,TARGE LOT SPRING CLOTlIINfJ.FOIt-, .
?a !in cf that doctrine and thus, on gronndi of the required number So-.lhern men cane I within: its jnriJiclioii, after the 1st day of June, Monday in Mar next within )) 'irnl hours, tl.e interest l .Lj1.. sale cheap by BOND& CO!

,"MC\ as well a! of principle. the comprwuise ten1rpJ I)e found who will consent to perform tuth a ser- SCOt, we tiill on thnt day remove our entire business of tie defendant In the! following deicrihielpropeity 1"JIE eo'pnrfncnhip of Carrell & Iaat""n ia Lids I Lloyd March 1-'CO.. H' 'SMlh..1-&P1; .
WAS equally unacceptable. j .lltilr d by mutual coriseut,\n4.aU '
vice. ClI' hf' percnttte-4 to 1t'l1ak" jt. Wilmington.. Delaware. to wit Ix>,. X-M (ISWi Llern unj nine- I per- .
NernthclcM) It U pearly' apparent,that the pro- Let nobody, however be deceived by the tnifc. wool EDDY a C CO., 'Vlmlr: t.,. Del trtu ((10), in the old plan of the Citv: Talftha! tee. I' aoim iu'JebteU tw said firm .. requested call and Collector's Office p Jaks
r only re upon promrly "
Convention much large than eonld possibly have and SUte Ltittcriis.AN I MAXWBLL. who can b. found at the old ctand.I -ici1y .
Charleston Convention adopted were those which Kentucky to be sold to satitfv b iil i l lvnt aecording to I live' I I- 1H-t.laOO; .. ,
tl' >tv. .. are known ns the minority platform as distinguished ACT K E. BllACKBURN. U. S. Marshal by i i I -of tbe coucera. \V. C. CARRELL. "V7"OTICE is hereby girta! that Sealed Proposals

Even wltb iLls adrtctag eaisst tu adyocta from those which were "presented by theeerentcen To repeal all laws, and ports of ]law?. authoring JohN' II. r.UOD' ..Deputy Marshal' 'I I May'1, 18eO. D. B. MAXWELL.I _LN ifconipanied by proper'guarantee..a e".lilllJ'

'ftqua1 protection. th'eUit of Democratic strength delegates representing the seventeen Uem- Lot c.ritS in the State of Georgia and fur other Mimi, 31. 1S6U. 14-Ids j I! -- sa.- to forms to be furnished ou applicatioa at }hi.'tfFc, .

"5' cverwhclmiogly th.r favor. On the first ocratic States and which were njccted. purposes.S OCT" The above Sale is postponed until the I I I TTAVIITO soil my lnte rtJn tbe'partnerahip cf will be received thereat until VdocV, lIon th.-

frM of strength majority of:alf the State rosasi.ed The delegation from Ute State Fiiia of Arkzarii.Alabama, rnrj 1. TJ t OtHtral A* tmlly tf Georgia Jotnact first Monday in Jun j I JrJL CARRELL A MAXWELL to my former first Tuesday in June next f T the supply of tLMARIXC .

m f.&eor.of the- :assertion cf the docft 'HUu !pr>i. Louisiana Co-: a. the democracy : That from and nfUr the first day of June partner D. B. Maxwell vim will continue in the HOSPITAL at RU Marks.'.witb-th* I

trlllt ennui protection. On th. .nt trial of and Sontu Csrrlina continue democratic recresert lIO.ert'igtttiulod Dghtrcn Hundred and Msty, all Inn and parts of Notice. tame basinet; solicit for him continuance of that articles of t'toTiai L Medicines and Wood; eocmwr
fgth.. fift* ">f those true law Lotteries in the State of filed in mid loroa TCe quantities stated df
m out of the nineteen States (mor functions will authorizing Georgia 'I atronage so liberally bestowed upon the laU firm are e
Ulan Urea fourths-which) cast their votes for the in the exercise rf tlieir.legitimate'llth of Jnll' in Bal a- or the vending of Lottery Tickets said State le SIX MONTHS after tbe first publication of b y our friends ad the community generally. mated wilh rtfereneo to the usrml number of-Patient ,.

'.no.rutie tirket in '5B, pronounofi the annie eBfUlfe in Richmond on the month ,or think and the same ate hereby repealed. the undersigned' executor of he last May 8, I860. 19 W. C. CARRELL. io the Hospital; but the United States reserve lK. 7 .
.ef-* "' On he first trial of strength flftenvvt timore- -the 13th of that ,constituents a!they may their Approved the Governor December Il, l88. and testament cf N. N. Brarcb. deceased late of right In t ake more cr!less of said articles, acccrtlicglj I
of their ,
0 tile e"enteen State(mON than five sixths) which proper in the interest May 19. 1830. Cl-U Leon county will preeot his final nccotnit .such _4_. JOHNS, as they may be actually r.quired. 1

C" l .n.MTstic majorities in 1856, pro!or* -* -I party and their country. executor, to the Ju.ijs of Prubnteofsaid county and Dealer in and Manufacturer ff all kinds of If the articles: delivered at the Hotpttal are not. i
Ian* .'' ion. On the' first trial of strength 116 -. MGIa. CROCP. ask to be discharged. JOHN D. BRANCH in the iudgmeut of tin Pliyfieian of the best quality 'r

>h, '74; e.-crsl! ] Tote (two-tlilrds) cast for the 1 nY.iii. ii 1.1 Co.-.nXln": DAILY WITH MIDDLE Fton- Children are often seized very suddenly with this Jd'l1.2. IS::. S0-8m Executor AMERICA .A.'DT.jUdY and adapted to the Hospital he will be at "rty la f

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'let: I"1 that a firtt-rate line of stage coaches has been esI It generally attacks children in the night! after .2 '- For New York. t and to charge the contractor' with any access \1

I'. t. a on the last delusive tri.'. Trhcn 122ftton I tn-rhpl lo-w'ee J tll" "rminTrHll Ir.b Trunk having Lcea much exposed to d iup, cold winds GEN BAltEY. :orsl-U&t=NTS, iu cost over the CO .- ptfan. ". t

1 \ ,tCT- ...\ no enthusiast expects to ace I I and the Georgia and Pensacola Road, running,lo through the day. Ujwp ho '*., net fret, thin rpHE JL Brig will load for the Noyes master daily i BOX TOMBS. TABLETS, BEAD STONES, &. The United SUte reaervea tile rigLt to accept lpropnskls \. .
**" 1"1: hr I I'rm..t'ralit ticket next tJl.) were thrown Tallahassee! The terminus of the Main Trunk at shoes wet clothes or anything that obstructs perspiration ejtpected. above Port. F"r' rYard near the Capitol. Tallahassee, Fla.fjgp for the whole or any portion of tbe articles .
'/1< the Kalt. I miles the AlUpa- freijht or passage app'y toBEARD :; Work sold as cheap a'it can be had elsewhere. specified.: A. B KOTE3 Collector .. .
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and few ,
beyond ,
when 15 vote (romew'i'ork i tM': moment is some may occasion Croup. Mother j our I t p. .
5ilc!4. Ilir91r" a ain't the njsh of delegates fropJ ba.' Prom that point the fast line coaches own- children are liable to be taken with, Uiis drrad complaint I St. Marks May 5. I860. DENUAM.19 ._May. 8, I860. 10-6ra St. Marks May 9/.18- 0. 1.-}' .. of \
Mite, stat* arbit'nirv'c Mr. Sawyer runs daily to time when least it but it -4) _:
'r an ; jrieizu"cCi wwl b; \1J enterprising at a you expect : is Valuable Lots -
the
for Sale.
onu stera ; even thettlTli'tperathi'i'r't'r'! :V 6, on the ( eorgiaao! <. which I not always a doctor can be ( '. or remedy found I Geo. Walton NO'DrOE.II sipY& .

t1'JCf'\n a ',i 'qual protection wss rfu..ed ouly' 'Y I h notvft quite finished to Madison. By the Ut AiiJ f..r dix reason we would advice you now,-and ; Knight, THE undersigned tffer fur sale.Jour valuable Geo .

Tote u J Its to 181n '. .. t' of June the Main Trar.k will be flubbed \aldov without a moment's delay, to buy a bottle of Dr.F.tou' ATTORNEY 'COUNSELLOR AT LAW containing Ten Acres each lying immediately -Eiti1r dCompaIiy.
Tho,. u the and P..ns.1t -. will North of the residence of Dr. J. E.
erery test, it i it ninnifetj. that "<'I't'1'., ta. i.Ljwnde8( t'onn1.nd Georgia Infantile Cvrdinl. It cure every ease DcBose. :
'hhining' majority uf tie: effective strength of C thTttif cola Hood fo ila<:.nl The .ta.C cosc" will then of Croup. taken in time; and also all complaints TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. These Lota present peculiar atCjStf.kms'to'penons :

, party: Las pfooounefd tn'&vor of ISIe" t 1 en!,hare 22 miles to run At present the distance attendiofrTetlbing.Convulsions Coughs Cold, etc. fgOmc at Messrs. Ames A Lively's Drug Store. wishing to secure good Building Sites or Lots foe-

4,7" 'f rtion of the doctrine of equal pjUctlonu. I*.twin. the Main Trunk terminus. and ho. G is understood It ia sold by all respectable druggist Mostrs. May 0,1960., lly culture, and they will be offered at private sale until

., *lejeral l Government to |'fIOnsand proper'yt to be 88 miles. Church
\ : 4tr'' tori The final o tonxi 1 1*'"*"' ioa u this doett-iee Iatf.{ ellers from Savannah wul reich Tallabas In, which fur Consumptive And Chronic diseases at Tallahassee tLa
assert at u a LL ,oo Monday. Jfith of June DC xv .
claims demand payable ibe first of
m day 1881 with
.ill four peraoos having or against January 8
entail tho Mowing results: UL Tlie seventeen Louro.a nil from Charleston la twenty sure remeJDo not be put off with a ay other By order of the Board of Directors. ;
-tbe _tate.of BartbvIooMw oeot interest from date ( ale. If sold
Holt deceased per fJ not at
.e "f eaterin ,
proterti will Inroad. &STasnah article Write to Church A D Pont. New York
the
U defeated a absolutely hours, by F. H. FLAGO .
UU of Leon that date will be offered Staala-r.
requested to them they on terms at
.. eoonty. are same
,, ,"-' 'i/ red. a* iluxigh Jt were atsolirtily 1J"11 a pe", ers .r proerit7-See"4 R'P61iC'Q" if you cannot get them ia your on n.town. jySeetdvertiseme&t. present auction the CS- Sentinel. Quincy Repoblic, Family Fne&l. .
: .t propei ly aotWUeaUd. to the und.rsiea d, within public to highest VkWer. partienlan
:: The For cubby Antes &
Ar.jxttUe Joctrineofterr'.tiriAlUWvinulU Lively. IP .
\L1tUollleSleDbCr '
,
-_ the tim pretcribed bylaw or they WIn be barred; applyto copy.
: eatat-jie31!: ; 3d. The .0; -dw:9sb4wtb Tea Faw&La QtaijmtTmx Is often aa frail II lli.lofi"trader aod**!> those indebted will make pavment hnm MAj. IW ERr GAMBLE J O May C. I860; IA_ 4-
sari'f of.Ul" Tarty will t.e openly 7..UeiGivrdo,tn' flower. XI of th.Mil dUteljx- R A. 8HISK.J. '
; : n Tm JaIua an 7 eater latostairtejntcUta** W. T.T.TLOR. Adm'r. Qen.
.'. in.,itAt;" n.-nIWrrtW'ttt. .rr'lgp-! ithort being aMemr dcr otk htMn sad trial of auWrtir. .
Gins
1'iriv. Ielteye L1ItL theNmtber.IJ.temohla May.18,,J. &. 0- ..- ultimatelcSU'QJ" I la c. matrf taooaaada at voaay said'ka>tlll- -

.r,.. ". Car ,. viw. of Ui.: q-I'ftion:. 'i r.viac.-oa eVI Tin by"feeing you benne shut ap that within ia w1 Its be P raaent-ImttJ; I (wnaea tar's ara(t..eaa T W.fU Oil*Mneajoo MT*man*,of He.IhteeUla .' '".. t.,.. Notice. I I P.P. T.C. PEARCE WILSON .' 40 & and< 50 Saw Ola*, ot band acd fcr I.

'" :' "t.I.I., TwInllr: cire ..ai-s. la t W Do 011 WItty. it hat the eonstiotIonalYIt'I.t.SlI ': treat u MrtMty fnnU TMs OMdieMe IMS Mea asatattb ". tril2Sl8dO. 18. sale by IlOIKINs 1I.EGUa"ilSS.:
.
Itu the ro"II .v InpeM*nmabers Aks aftg.t of !
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C"iHv. (innrurti..iit S I p aeuat publication ttus'n-
S ..''. 'Zsutuenjdeli'4' from Gee their Houtbere r *n
',?rt '. "'*. >' \I'ut.UW1'! Iroiu the National '' you wil1..ftd..1tr .. $ be.. Ie M 9 ptoawkl la tf torfaKnta M a bov lad fooeli to the JH: .of Probate of L oa oororr, f fai 1rrUF. .' -eGo ,

: *. 11 .sn f'lw",,r. !'tt;. 'f j f that 'i ia she 3.tCt-eiviI5.. ftbf"I I cesge, set prompt an. pewscit fa .f It' M a aMJlolae, ftijcvlAP of tha estaUof A. L TuAtr, Jwcasad, | I1'n "gp' AXD J LOT ON MONROE @ SAW .
'' c. Taco who f It!nfui flew vitality Ut the frm ?M ..14I" l eitd I..my atreaj & > enmity and aikto be Kanre tlf.d .
,. r1 Mt|< T"ncir fle..f! conMlttil tl.n nmftd.r rrW the rights wk 4e y -!itUroofh ,tn Out wnnrn wh. BM tt era e ahled so r* -p'-w
., >.1C3tOO. Irma fe f\u.rsoaiher"n"v the So tb-po..ld you art tree to .your oeavte' *lik labiin wMiti we-sw. 'Ui" II,tic c
te ,)..,1.! ,l-.u'n lt hr -I t.M.-.e4s4.\ .Vrs'. r""rt1te Ih oW by -trazgi.t... April C?. 1S69 !!"&:1 Ity.tttQ. 1 ArriL '.lfI. li-tm.

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I. CttAHGE' -O--------OF SCHEDULE.-.. i FLORIDA RA L-ROAD. FANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS! HOSTETTER'SSTOMACHBITTERSI. Dealers in Drugs, Metticines CO- &l ,

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reive from New York per bark U
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JUST 1
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Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.RAILROADS. & I general assortment of article in nor I Ii,.

:_ and manufafhirersf I1OSTETTLU'S -* such I Oils of almost every kiwI BurCi if ], ,.
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The
I FOR TIlE SOUTHERN TRADE. proprietor White Lead,Zinc and other paints,Windoy 11., .
CHANCE OF SCHEDULE !ION : CEIl\EI: fcTOMAClI: U1T- r
best quality.Puttv. ;
TEllS appeal! r-erfcct cmfitlence to BU.PothS.
can prkli.
and after 2let Passen ,
February I860 daily al of lie Gelatino. Ldo 0 i
physicians: citizen k
Trains will run as follows: C.CRUS has anaincJ t-lilt for l purposes Spices, Pepper, Lemnn'SjrBp
State', because the :article a reputation -
ON and after Sunday evening March 25th,SCO Leave Fernandma at. .. .. . ..... ...OO P. H. heretofore unknown. A fiw facts Ink Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Eztr.-t.Burio'

Cars will leave and run as follows, viz : Baldwin at. .. .. .. .. .4.65 tbi point will speak more powerfully upon than &e .and a general assortment of Pnpt.br. Titcm

'. Leave Tallahassee . . .. 4.00 P. M. StarVe! at. .. ... .. ... .. 6.30 J. tftWEEi TulUircIeOf hire n ertion or blizonicg puffery.The Medicines.* keep none but the very b st 'rj

Arrive at Monticello .... .... .. 6.15 P. M. Waldo at.. ... .. ......... .... ..7.15 f consumplion of! liit- hope to meIt your patronage.MILES

Leave Tallahassee 9.35 A. M. 44 Gainesville at.... .. .. ... .. ... ..8.20 M ten for the last: year IOICI4'loU3ch Ilnounlcllo I half- NAStf. .CO

Arrive at St Marks . . 11.00 A. M. Archerat. .. ... ......... ...9.15 C NO. 29 OHAMBERS STREET, million hollies, anl from its manifest oYr steady March 29. 1856___ 1 .
4 Leave Tallahassee ... .. '" 600 A. M. Ar.ive at llronson..l .. thai
ii is evident;
iucreate' in tinici pfis.t,
;J Arrive at Goodman's, Station 6. 8.60 A. M. wilt turing ( !
Leave Moolicello.. .... 7.00 A. M. Leave.. Bronron at..3 00 A.M. NEW YORKWHOLESALE the coming year I lie consumption BLACK-MITHlG)

S Arrive at Tallahassee.. .. .. 9.06 A. M.Leave Archer at. ... .. .. .. .. .. 3.30 M near one IliliN1lolle. This immense amount TiE and has Shun inth
I oM but for tbe town opened a
St Mark. 2.00 P. M. Gainoeville'at. .. ... .. .. 430: DEALER IN could never Jlfe r r with Mr.Knbo's
.. the building Car-J
Arrive at Tallahassee .. . :3.58 P. M. .. Waldo at. .. ... ". .. ... .. 5.20 medicinal properties contained of the in preparation sam Shoe. the Excliange, :

Leave Goodman's,Station 5. 4.30 P. M. .. Starleat. .. ... .. ..: .. G.fO aii'l' the sanction those sections of iuet-1 the prominent of rae Black-smithing opposite will b* done with

Arrive at Tallahassee . .. 7.30: P. M. Baldwin at. .. .. .. .. .. ..7.55 Comls, Pins, Writing De&k, Jewelry, physicians the article in is best known vho not country only He can refer with
where despatch.
Arrive at Fernandiua .. . .. Watches confidele t tllr
; Connecting with Poet Coaches at Monticello and .' 10.46 Jirvs/iet., Netdles, Work Boxes, recommend tIme Bitters to their patients, bare t "hI have patronized him heretofore r *

Goodman's, Station 5. daily except at Monticello Freight Trains ".iIIlene Fernandma on Monday Buttons Porte Jfonaiet, Stationery, Musical Wares, ready at all times to give testimonial to its of his work. FRANCIS FAYM1..

Sunday and Goodman's Station 5, oc Mouday..s. Wednesdays and Fridays, at 4.20 A. M., jnd return- Folios efficacy in nil eases of stomachic derangementsand January 8. 1858. -t

AND ALSO ing leave Bmnson, on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays Threads, Porte Perumer the disese resulting tl-erelrom. -

Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrival at MO A. M. Wood and 1V lo c., &c., This is not temporary popularity, ob'l.ine': '

4 of. and which returns before the departure of the j These Trains connect with Boats to and from And article in tie notion required by the Southern Merchant. by extraordinary efforts in the way trm- RICHDSONS

Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers beta cen Charleston! ,daily, and with Boats to and Irvin Sa- every lne peting the qualities of tIre liitters. hut 3 solid :: N 8 ,

New Orleans, Key Weat and Cuba.. aud intermediate | vannabyottr li,,iei a week. --- estimation: of an invaluable nuUicine, which is DAMASKS, DIAPERS.

points on the Gulf arriving at St Marts,on their wa, I TL-ouph Tickets between nil the above Stations SPEC IA LI TIES.LAWBf destined to be as enduring as time itielf. RiCBARtiov's &.
to Key West on the 17tb and :!nd or 3rd of each Hosteller's Stomach Bitters have proved CONSUMER and Urn*
aol Charleston can be secured,) the daily Boats : rE'a "OaOVELISS PERFECT ElTD NttDLM. LAWRENCE'S: STCKL Peas,THiPiairriRS,LIDCIB,soLawsaNca's the gruntm >lo.l,|
month and arriving at St. Marks on their way to I and between<< all the above Stations and Savannah : COUH..IZ." LAWKENCS'S: "GOLD PENS," WAEBAMTD.LAWKEUCJ'S a Godsend to regions where fever and ague see the articles purchase g! J
they vi
New Orleans tbe 16th and 29th of each month. I OanNTAL have tba m
on and various other bilious complaints
at reduced "
rats the
Steamer which
by Augusta "LEAD: ALL STYLES the ol the firm
LAWKCNCE'S .SOUTHERNERS: F AVOaITE" PDCJS" ; name ,
Passengers for Montieello. North of that. hundreds. To be lul
or points I I 1- yes Feniamlina and their-victims by
4 : on Wednesdays Satwdays of OSNABURQ SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and on couute J. y. RICHARDSON, SONS A
will take the 4 00 P. M. train. aol Savannah on Mondays and Also a superior quality spls .bll state confidently that the "Bitters" O"I

S. Passengers<< for Goodman', or points East of that, : will also be taken by the Wednesdays.Frcight Steamer Augusta, All goods warranted equal to sample an as repreeot Particular attention given to packing. are a certain: cure for the Dyspepsia and like as a guaraut. of the soundness. and durt..ihty "r tGood .

will take the 6.00 A. :M. train. at two-third of present rates. convenient Catlogell. with blanks sappled to purchaser on application. diseases is to the proprietors a source ef unalloyed *.

The train will not run from Tallahassee' to St. Persons desiring to avail themselves of these reduced Novmbr :\ 47-1J_ _______________________________________________ pleasure.I removes all morbid matter This caution is rendeied essentially tecttttrv .
Marks and back on Sunday only on Steamer days rates, should notice particularly the sailing Trom tbe stoncb. purifies the blood, and large quantities of inferior defoctiY Linen ..r.prepare. .

WM. L. VINSON, Ass't Sup'l. days 01 the Angusta, aud instruct their agents as to NEW GOODS NEW GOODS. WOOD, EDDY &COSDELAWARE imparts renewed vitality to tbe nervous system, season after season and salt1 with th,

March i4. 1860. 13_-__ shipping. A. H. COLE, Sup'Ll"ero3Ddina. I AND MISSOURISTATE giving it that tone and energy indispensablefor RklarM. by Irish .: wh. regard
less of inflicted alike
the restoration of health operates thu on Amcneu
March 24, 1860. 13 -0 J upon IIe
PROPOSED AMENDMENTSTO I LOTTERIES the stomach,liver, and other digestive organs consumer the manufaceirersofthe genuine Good*

;- THE Myers & Gorman I mildly' but powerfully, and soon restores them will not readily 'abd a business profitable..

Constitution of the State PLANTERS NOW IN STORE A I to condition essential to the healthy discharge while purchasers C b impe on wit Goods cf a
HAVE I Grand CapilaiFizeiOO,000 !! of the functions of natur worthless character.
ADOPTED BY KISTH GENEEAL ASSLMBLT.A3 and Beautiful Stock : J. BULLOCKE t J.B.LOCKE, Agentl.
use daily as
NO YANKEE HUMBUG. of Goods to which they would o Elderly persons may th Bter 38 Tort.
find
directions the CbtbMSt.-
bottle
ACT to amend the 8th section of the 6th article -a respectfully invite attention; consisting of. viz: WOOD EDDY & CO. Managers.The per on they comfort 24, 1859. 19-1 *
in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to Sept ,
of the Constitution of tbe State of Florida. Cents Fine Gold Hunting Cased LaYers; Gents Fine
1. Btittnaetedlylht &"..aJta,410_ Southern Inventions Silver Levers,Anchors and LpioC; Ladies Fine Manaers' .Offices Louis are Missouri.located at Wilmington, declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate, GREAT INVENTION THE AGE
SECTION Dtaware. ad ., invigorating to the bowels,excellent as a tonio TiE .
-ettiftt of the Stilt of fltrfdt in Gold Watches; Clocks descriptions. _
GeNeral Aitfinbly torrne
the 6th article of the Constitution of this State shall PEELER, of Tallahassee, Fla.PEEtER'S Brooches, E Rng Draelet Gold Ouard. The followingMAGNIFICENT. of thousands of the aged benefit men of and womenwho this Gear's Machine for Cutting*,.Planng.: )ou

act hereafter be srfconetrupd as.to'r'cbdtrany Justice Vest. and [ SCHEMES have experienced from stomach using derangements ding. &c., Irregular .
of the Supreme Court, Chancellor or Judge of this. Gold Guard, Fob and Badge Keys preparation while suffering
will be drawn in public, under the under ---
either of the offices VARIETY STEEL BLADEE'IW Supritendeneof and general debility' ; acting
State ineligible to of Justice of Diamond, Opal and Ruby Rings,
Sworn Commissioners,appointed undersigned has become the
abandonedall cf t tit
the Supreme Court,Chancellor or Judge of this State, Plain Gold Rings, Gtnt. Bosom Pins, Seals, the advice of phl.icans, they have TiE owner
: : : tested tbe to use and sell this valuable machine
WOOD EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY. drugs and fairly n
upon tt>4 ground that the same is another and differ- Lockets, Charms, Gold Pens and Pencil ,
eot office, station or post of booor and emolument Cases, Gold Tooth Picks,Gold and Silver Class No. 312 Draws Saturday,June 30, I860 merits of this article. A few words to the Florida,to and he who now offers desire individual to and CuuttvRights
[Ninth General Allembly.-Pall'ed the Senate but Stock Gold and Silver gentler sex. There are certain periods when any may pnrcta.se. Otis "f
by one fur kind'cf
REQUIRF..s any a Spectacles 78 Numbers Drawn Ballots. them the Machines can be seen in at tints
13 of
UK constitutional majority January 8, 1859. Patse of which Le fastened Thimbles, their cares are so harassing that: many operation any at
on,
may put &e
dc. the of I. Bowen at the
tile H"Ue of Representatives by the constitutions and taken off,in one minute. 1 Grand Capital Prize of$100OCC sink under tbe trial. The relation of mother shop W. T.lalls.te R p
The is in
raajoiity January 12. 1898.] Is adapted to sod, subsoil hillejde.tnd general enl Silver Ware.Plain and child is so absorbingly tender that the Depot. simple iC< -
mother, especially if she be young, is apt to adapted to cut a greater variety o'n.Ilar( forr.
4 tivatiuu, and be turned
may into a double plow if and Table Desert and Table ,
Spoons and surfaces than oilier inren'ed
AJT ACT to amend the 7th section of the 13lh arti. desired and is so constructed that a seed planter .. Teade *. Forks forge her own health in her extreme anxietyfor any yet It. r.
may the of maternityarrive parity is equal to twenty men, and l in sonic Lip,) of
infant. period
V clc uf the OvnatiLutlOD. of this State. be attached to it, the cost of which will not exceedone .. Shou1
Sugar.Salt and Mustard Spoons, 1 Prize of . work much It but
Same 1. Br tt tnaflfl ly tlit Senate andlOti. dollar. 21,500 65 Prizes of 125 during summer season, the war of more. occupies smnaUsaeecnl,
Soup Pie Knives Fish Knives.Cake Knives 3 Prizes of Prizes from three to four feel is sufficK-ut .
Ldle. 12,100 65 of 100 body and mind is generally Here, square -ami r
tht Slale
f Krprtifntatirti Hand is
f of ill Gene Every detachable and agranled
part adjustable to itself.:
Ice Knives Butter Knives Napkin Rings, Prizes of but little drive it.
3 65 Prizes of to
rat Antrmbly roMtfned. That the 7th section of th, The stock, which be road of 5,000 80 they, is a necessity for a reupe. quires power Every tint I of
IXtb article of the Constitution of this may common pine Children's Knives and Forks, Cups Silver Snuff 3 Prizes of 8,000 65 Prizes of rate the energies of the system, and enable the neat and difficult work in Iou. building. Cabinet
State be .0 plank is so simply constructed and there 6
,
being no Boxes Card Cases and Port naiesPLATED 3 Prizes of Furniture Wa B ,
Prizes of
trials Carriage
4,810 under her on
amended l as to read.liabilities of such Ranks shall saId in the iron part that the whole breadily .j 2,50 I mother to bear tip exhausting jgy BuflOirr
plow may 3 Prizes of 27,040 Prizes of 20 mothers tie Ac. can be turned out by it witj i
be payable in I&p4'eie. An.J the nL regate of the IiaUli put up by the commonest Smith after once WARE. 2,00 and r.pnsibiliu. Nursing gterall ssloauliicr,
.
100 Prizes of 1,000 to all other in neatness and despatch.
igora-
ties and issues If Bank exclusive
of
( a ( deposit)phaU obtaining a correct pattern. !
Tea Setts German Silver Beautiful Patters
plated on JERE
at no time exceed double the amount of its capita Farmers may even fit their present supply of: of Silver plated Castors Waiters,Pitchers, 32,396 Prizes amounting to ... tors that receive this endorsement of physiciana Urrn.HD.
stock paid in. iron .. 11,186,785 because it is agreeabl to tbe taste a July II, 18\:\! :'-ly
wrought turningtplows, scooters, and sweepsfor Cake Butter Dishes,Card Baskets, .
[ninth General As!embly.-Fashed J the Senate by this stock.PEELER'S. Bakt CanJI.stck. MEAELrWBOLX 1 FEIZE TO EVERY I TICLETS. well as certain to give a permanemt increase -- -

tb* constitutional majority January 4,1859.:\ Pasela d Stnds. Sur Bkela. bodily! strength. NoticedOIX

Hou. of Reprfientatirrt by the constitutional "MANURTmSTRlBUTOR Cur. &c e TICKETS $20; HALVES $10; QUARTXBS $5 ; 'All those persons to whom w* la** patalarly
Majority January 10, 1858: ] EIGHTHS $2.50. referred above, te wit: .ulerer frm months after the first puMicat'oj of tins B*-
ADAPTED to the sowing and distributing any Cutlery. fever and ague, caused by malai., a. O lice, the utidersrgnedsdmiiiistatsr of tb* eotsts

.A.!{ ACT In amend the amended Cen.tituli.o ef tb. and fertilizers whether fine or Rogers and Wostenbolm's Celebrated Pocket Cutlery be Certificates sold at the of Packages in the above Scheme will dysentery, indigestion loss of appetite. and of Elizabeth Campbell deceased late. nf Leon moo

p State of Florida in relation to the testions of th. coarse either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or Table and Desert Knives, Scissors, Shears tc. following rtl. which is the risk: all diseases or derangements of tbe- stomach, ty will present his final account aol reliefers to tl*

General Amembly.SCTIO5 wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed for this CerticAU Package of 26 Whole Tickets.. f 299.00 superannuated invalids, persons of tedentary Hon Judge of Pn/bate of Leon count and ark to'edieelrge

1. Bt it t"arttr/Ii" tht &,..1* and Jfonnf purpose at a trifling cost. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.Guitars 26 Hal 149.60 occupton. and nursing mothers, will con.ul WILLIAM P liKI53,

Ktpntet
undersigned now owner of the State .
26 .
rut Assembly convened That the member of the Right of Florida: for these inventions. The Unas, Banjos and Tambourines. Egbt. J7.37 teller's Celebrated Bitters a
House of County -ALSO- CAUTION.-We caution tbe public against Notice.
Representatives abut! be chosen by th* for the counties .
jualifitd voters an J shall serve for the term of two sold Rights, following have not yet been Fine Guns, Shot Pouches Powder Flasks, Gun Splendid Schema using any of the many imitations or counterfeits .
from and after the day of the first election viz: Wads and but ask for HOSTITTKK'S CELKBXATIDBTOMAcn SIX month aCer date the undersigned will pr..
years Hamilton, Columbia, Msdieon, Taylor, Lafayette, Cap TO BE DRAWN his and vouches, to the Joe.
.t der the amended Constitution and no longer rand Ala}, Hall Lamps. Lamp Globes and DITERS and see that each bottle has ,
tile seitioni of the General Assembly} shall be an- Leon. Gadsden, Liberty Franklin, Calboun. Jackson Chimneys Bronzed Candlestick China Vaes Pa- EACH WEDNESDAY IN JUNE.Class the words"Dr.J. HosUtter's Stomach BilUrs" of Probate of Leon ceunty, I admin-sfratrr! on I the
Washington Holmes Walton Santa Rosa and rian Marble and estate of Adam Gramlin. decease'/,1ste of uid
sash, and commence on the 3d Monday of November Escambia.The Cott Fgre China Jewel blown on the side of the bottle, ne stamped
IB each year. or at such other: times as may be pre. for Boxes, Segar Stands ,Mugs, Ac. 270 Draws Wednesday, Jane 6, 1860 on tIle metallic cap covering tb* cork and county n ask to be discharged thetrfnm.
the above
ribecl 1 by law. County Rights named counties Also, Papier Mabe Writing Dfk and Work Class 2 Draws Wednesday, Jane 13, 1860 observe that our autograph signature i* en the A. P. GRAMLJNG, Admr
of this State, with the
Sic. 2. S, further enartftt That this Represen of DecAtur Miller County and Rights of for the the State counties of Boxes, Backgammon Boards, Ch s Dominoes, Class Draws Wednesday, June 20, 1860 label Jan. 18'0. %-0 '._
Early
latiret shall b choseu the first Morocco Bags, Satchels, Table Mats, Japanned Class 306 Draws and sold by HOSTETTER& --- -
on ; Monday HI Octo- offered Lather Wednesday, June Ppa -:
for -
and
Georgia, are now sale be had
may Waiters Z 180 and sold by all
in each and second and P.
tr every year from after th* &c -- SMTH Pt.buKh.
frit election under the amended Constitution, or on by the applying immediately chance to realize on such terms than as to give Also, Razors, Razor Strops,Hair Brushes,Shaving NEARLY OSE PKIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKEKTS- druggists, grocers ad dealers generally month after Noice. !/ .
purchaser a more ten times wi pr.
Brushes Tooth Brushes tc. throughout the United America SIX ]
sash other day as may be directed by law. the money for which they can be bought. 78 Numbers... ..13 Drawn Ballots. 5tate..louth his final acount ''to Judf
Also, fine assortment of Head Nets and Hair ,and Qerznanv.
Sic. 2. Be itfttrthtr enacted, That the Senators Persons in any of these counties wishing plantation I -- of Probate of Leon county, and apply fur a fiusl Discharge
hill b choifn the electors Pins. CaU and see, at Sold by 3. R. GREGORY & ., 71. NASH
by qualified: for the terra vbtiin them t { from the administration the rights can by applying me at this 1 PRIZE OF 0
.r four years at them time ill he same manner. place, or my agent for the county in which they live. MYER A GORMAN'S. CAPITAL $37,500., & CO., and AMES &; LIVELY, Tallahassee Grimes, deceased late of said w.'unty.
and in the where 1 Prize Florida and J. IV. SKIPPER NewPort
same places they vole for member, My uciform: price for the individual right to make 15,689 1 Prizes .$400 LEWIS GRI11ES, Adm'r.
.f the Uous of Representatives! and uo person! shall] end me the Plow M f 2 horse for the Manure Nathaniel Hamlen, 2 Prizes of .. 10,000 Prizes of ... 300 Fla. Jan. 21, 1860. 4- m,
V* a Senator unless be be a whit man a citizen of Distr'butor f 5 e.. b. per COMMISSION MERCHANT 2 Prizes of 7,50 65 Prizes of .. 100 April{ 9, 1860. 151yNOTICE _

th* United State, and shall hat-e been an inhabitant I If The coat of the material and of the stock 2 Prizes of 6,000 65 Prizes of .. 70 Insolvent Estate Notice.STATE
this Stat for two : next his making No. 38 St New Orleans. 2 Prizes of .
year precediuz election, ready for p1o\i'iog, with kind of a blade, is about Poj-dras 3,000 65: Prizes of .. 40 TO ALL !
any
aid th. last thereof resident of district 4 Prizes of OK ? IWaknlla
year a the or $:!.* This includes both wood and iron work -0-- 1.5oO 130 Prizes of 80 FLIDA.l
county for which be shall b<. choen, aud snail have cost of the blades is to their complete.The REFERS 15 Prizes of 1,000 4.745 Prizes of .. 20 -GIN f IRM.
attained the cf -firs owing weight TO 15 Prizes of.. ... his thanks for the liberal :: oMb t.t..r I
age twenty yejrs.til and what the Smith charges for making them,which Ex-ov.Jamu B. Broome. l 600 27,040 Pr zes of 10 returning very patron- SPENCER (
*. 4. Bt further tnactrd. That the clatsifica- is generally Jess than is charged for nuking other Geo. It A. Shine f T a na Fl a 1 age heretofore bestowed upon him the undersigned of Wakulfa tUO'I'' deceased -

tin ofenatos made at tbo firettepsion of tL. Gen- kind of a plow blade being without weld any, exceedingly A. Noyes }:eq.. t 32,396 Prizes.t.. .. .. ..Amounting to $589.89I would respectfully inform the public that h" hating filed in tbe Probst said
n
L.ld in the written tbat he believes ti*
ral ,
Assemblr year 1845 shall continue i simple and to the 11. Spencer f'Newport F I still continues county a suggestion
half | easy give proper settA E. WHOLE TICKETS HALVES of said WUliaai Pelt to be insolent tberefort.notice ,
of
,
unhsnjsil, one WKHH as nearly as poesible! stock complete with a steel turning plow blade, John J. Fla. $10; $5 ; QUARTERS $2J5o CARRIAGE BUSINESS estate
skill b. chosen forever hereafter i i. all having claimsagainst
biennially for the scooter and sweep, will cost in our shops here about Gen. Wm Jefferson caut1. P1*. In all its various brandies -. hereby given t prOlf J
Die1. Certificates
of with
Urn of f.iur years: PruvUed. Aceetrr,and it is hereby Packages in the above Scheme, to said estate to appear the same JJ
*'.1areJ,that the term of uflircnf tbat class of Sena- IS. The stocks. without the iron work can be furnished J. G E., Madison FL be drawn each Wednesday wi be sold at. the following at the OLD STAND opposite := .= the. Judge "f Probate of said county on orbefor*tU JJ

Uri >ir"d at the first eketionunderthlemeidPh at 20 cents each. Augustus Ste"lel.Cedar Keys F rates, which is the the Book Store.- .-!! .-. 1st of July. I860 when there will\ b a"pro rats &. J

Constitution unezj hall extend: to and) expire on the lirt I been Every cOlJOldercdTile where this plow has been introduced it has Daniel Bel. ., Hamilon t county, Fi Certifica o Packae of 26 Whole Tckt$149.50 and by strict attention "- : tribution of said estate among the credtr of mJ J
E. Remington E. Thoniasvflle. Geo. 26 Half 74.75 to his business .
Mcnday ill October ei.;Lteen hundred l and sixty-two. } t ( estate. l
ft Most Economical Conrenient and Efficient E.Seiull. 26 Quarter 37.37ID merit a continuance of a -"tJ 1 H. bf TroUl
Ci* 5. further tnacled That tbe first elec.Ii. L HE"WEROS. Judge
.. for Assemblymen under this Constitution shall Cultivator Ever Invented! J. Marsh Esq.Duncan vllle, Oeo share of the public pat ; Dec. 31, : 636m. r
Nov. 20. 1858. 47
tab place on the first Monday in October eighteen A great many of the must reliable aud intelligent ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the ronage. <
ktoJrtJ and sixty and the first section of the Gen planters of Middle Florida have given certificates of WILLIAM P. amount of money to our address, for what you wish He would also inform Wakulla Circuit CourL-ln- Equity.

rat Assembly under this amended Constitution shall its efficiency and are of opinion that as soon as its SLUSSE to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish it the public that be Mary E.Lawrence, ) t

e..leucs on the third Monday in November in the merits become generally known it will be the Only TALLAHASSEE invested, and whether you wish Wholes Halves or ha fitted up a room a his shop for takingPictures v*. 3Bill for Di force. I-

C ytr ci htsen hundred and sixty one. Flow used being not only the roost convenient, but I Quarters, O receipt of which, we what i or OTOLEAPZISI Francis 1 Lwreoee. J t ,
$ac. 6. Bt further tllactt' That the sessions ort cheapest p'ow they have ever seen. MANUFACTURER OF COIPERTI AND SHEET dered, by first man, together with the scheme.Immediately TT satisfaction of In* Court tjJL t

General Assembly shall not extend over thirty This Plow baa taken the first premium in all the IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL after the drawing, a Printed Drawing and life size.taken DAOdEREOTTPts from a small size up and to a cbine affidavit filed, that the defendant E this Bill r.

i-..I days induration. unless a constitutional m jority of State Fairs it has been entered; and two premium.werewardeJ DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND JAFAXHCD Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent to life size, either on or copied enlarged for sides ont of tbe Slate of Florida: It i ordered taI t
U 4 I the numbers shall deem it expedient No member to it at the South Carolina State Fair WARE. WIt an_ Explanation. ppr Canvapl ready hearing; be bAd upon the facts ebt rg din said Bi
WM. KUHNS.
t shall reeeir pay from the! State for his set vice after last Fell ; but I do not wsnt planters to buy rigths Stove Ilea l-Qnarlcrs. I, | ? Purchasers will please write their pltmg. befoie the Judge of the Middle Cm-nit of tb.&& (

th* expiration of thirty days continuously from the upon theSe recommendations alone, I want them to plain and give the name of(l.ei Poet Oe.ligature Call a examinespecimens.. Q of Florida on U. first Monday of JeJy neit. It" C
.Bmtocement of the session.ic. buy the right-have the plows made-given them a A SPLENDID assortment Cooking.. Parlor ,&, and State. Jan. 14.1860. 3t further ordered that a copy of tide Ofder b* poblisW (

$ 7. Bt itfurtherttmfted. That the act entitled fair tt'ul and l if after properly making and using -LJL and Wood Stoves,trimme with neatness -3[ All communications strictly in the Floridian and Journal,cues a week, to tinspace

a* act to amend the Constitution of this State *" its them they do not find them us advertised, herein and durability at redncd prices. 5JOut dT" All prizes of$1,000 condcotD, paid fmpie-.1 P. .B. BaOKA W'S. of three months. I 0Li 0I

t. Mill ih* senioDS of tbe General 1 Assembly bieniil pledge myself to return them their money. Tins I Door Work. diately after the drawing-other prizes at.the 'usual Passed at Chambers this 29th 4IaY March,A.P. :

instead of annual. be and the tame i i. hereby think is as fair as they could ask AGENTS:' WAKTED. Roofing,Ornamental Front Heads Guttering, time of forty days. _- LIVERY liD SALE STLILES1TALLAHASSEE 1860. J. WAYLES DAIR. Judg.> t

aVrgited) and l annulled so far is the tarn i i. inconsistent A. J. PEELER, Tallahassee Fla.I per and Tin ConductingPipes, Sheet Lead. Cop -. FLORIDA. Match St. 180. III

with th* provisions of this act. Live a Shop in this place exclusively engagedin Zinc,Lead Pipes. Patent Cater Pumps. Shop week Single Number IIvi
[Pissed the Hour of Representatives by tb. making and repairing these pVvrs. Those purchasing of variety done at Ou Loteres THE Proprietor would in Notice. ;,

i' Cc-Bstitutional majority January 16, 1859.:\ Passed plantation rights can be furuirhed with plows every City and Conntry.1IerclinntsAre CAPITAL PRIZE $ his friends and the QIX month after date the node'signed will viU
Ih ienat th. Constitutional at 18 cents iron work,24 cents public,that be has rebuilt bilarge _ p
Vy ajrity January her pound per pound JO and vouch to hue
steel work -which is less pound than other respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing DRAW EVERY SATURDAY. Brick Stables, at the old ltJ. and is now sent his fnlacuDt en C
15.1151.] per tony for final*
: a
of Probate apply
plows can be made for in thi market.Feb. elewbere. WHOLE TICXITS $IO; HALtS $5; QUARTERS $2.60 prepared to accommodate his customers L county.and the estate t
; 4, 1860. 7-to June 30. (3T N.B. All articles manufactned, from the very ; He also has attached to his Stables good Blacksmith charge from atti 'U'

Omci TaUahiMee a r rat Si March aiTav or 1860.STATI )t ___ _n__ best material and warranted durable. No other. art C3?_ Orders for Tickets or Certificates in any of Shop where be will have have done all kind*ofPlantation M.r M.ToWo c- (;.said..$01&1.ju.* IiI(
,
ISlIi
; f j jI will be offered fop sale. the abuse Sriieraea t t directed work,ilor** shoeing,aad Carriage work in .
4 rekycertify tie 'loregoing acts entitW-"Ana GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION !II I October 20. 18 55 42 WOOD EDDY i CO. c Del. the very best manner and with promptness and dis March 10 I860. / il4aNotice.- IIa'

At t. amend the 8th section of the 6th article of the 0 or, WOOD EDDY 'CO.Wimiogn Mo.W pitch. a. -' I'I
Constitution of the State of Florida" "An Act to November .
5,1853. 44 -
RONEY & LLOYD'S Schemes for the
amend: the 7th section of the 13th article ofthe Constitution & Circular containing month of this soblh'teonldersinfladispist a
; rUNNO months from the first wtfop
of this State:)* "An Act to amend the -.. PATENT SOUTHERN c'2-1aJ' }{O1 will b sent, free of expense, by addressing I above> Carriages, Buggies, and Harness OIX' publi a*r tt ti.f!. lv

ended Constitution! of the State of Florida in relation J ty Te Drwig of Wo.Eddy & C. Lotteries of John late of ebn tnafa tprent t
For Sale P. B. Broka
by
I the sessions of the General : York New Par bill dee n
to Assembly, tot :II1cw.Patented: .Ja%. of J'rV1'
,. tin and correct copies of the original act oa fil 1 le --- FACTORS { York Times and New Yorker Stoats 5/e\tung.Clark's THE Subscriber Ba just received a Lero fa sVk tdbx.dboithtU ecl

l i. this off**. 27tli, 1859. LIeD : : ry J Cam tl& S. t"
t. Wits,.. my facial sisrnaturr, D.e Plow. Buggies, tane..whch 1."AJlL 1
ofer.
7. L V1LLEPIGUE for sale the Feb.I8,1860. 8m ._ ._ _-_..
B can the attention of the public to our nrw Q.tncrat l (tommissionNORTH -I on motelnable h.pl
of State. J'Hcrcant November u.
Secretary PLOW feeling- satisfied that: it is the most Patented 14th I860.: Blacksmith Notice.rpHE .
U- Th Jacksonville Standard Tampa: PeuiusuWr convenient, valuable and economical plow yet invented Febrar ..

and l Marianna Patriot will publish for six months. and must, when it has been tried, supercede all COMMERCIAL WHARF 'foir
and f.rward accounts to the Executive right to sell this PLOW in the Stt of DESTY.DR.
Department others. This is the opinion of experienced planters G F.UANCKEL) THE
and Alabama been sold
Match !t. 1860. 1*-6m who have examined it. We b assigned
sell
are are prepared to SLIPS' \ s. C. thV
}
Creston, to CoL Joepb H. Alton of Leon county 1:
patents, and call the special attention of the public
SALE OFt.J W. NOWELL, J State and County Rights or. are offer
that those wishing may secure them soon. The plowcan E a
sale. bum' asa
: Lands. be seen at Lloyd and we will leave patterns -1---, fo Apply immediately. D .
Ljfernal Improvement but
: distributed at different places very soon.ItONEY the absence of one of onr firm, C. b iO\nt .strong B.CL&RKPatente..
order Board of Trustees of the InternalI' IN ltm
T>Y of the A LLOYD. of E
JD Improvement Yam notice is hereby given that JIB. H. ma i-tf receive; d S Tallae. Fla, wil designed representus for March 10, 1860. 1 'r

all lands confirmed to the State of Florida uDder the upon T. J. CUR LEE a.
.1. NOWELL
1 IT:' act September 4.1841,(commonly designated Just Received, us. HANCKEL TUNNO J S.,C. FULTON FOUNDRY WOULD retar his grateful acknowledgement* BLACKSMITH BUS1S1 $ ii&LLI1

p \ ternal Improvement Lands,") which Lave not heretofore Chlet. of Ster Georgia, and Middle JL branebeswillUcmiedOTfilieretof; "'5t'
'f New 28.1860. 5 1
I been offered for sale will be subject to jrivate.t Per Bark MoxLey from York. Jai t Sentnl copy. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. and East Florida, for nr lirajtn.. oLD STAJND. Dderaijw ftbanks'fer

.t entry from and after the first d.y of June next. with. A SELECT Lot of BRANDIES. CORDIALS MEDICAL NOTICE. -0-- received fmrn durin past and .btu continnif hoe of the p W d

the. exception of the "Qeorgia Fraetio .'' SYRUPS. CIGARS and CANDIES JOHN CARDY, Proprietor. He wl en Du practice of t ab. prcfe- patronage heretofore so liberal/ Ut0dek -, <

, Persons owning Improvements on any of said lands I I Perfect Love Cordial Raspberry Syrup Dr. iiWhiteH i -0- .ion in the sections of eoant mde such July 1. J8n. 10 5&.aBLACK.SITUING! 'I! fek i

,-. will have the preference in entering the same provided xns* do Lemon do I ENGINES from e to *8 horsepower, arrangements wit mor&e of Dental Materials __ I

k the proof: of swi improvement be filed on or Mint do Pine ArvJdo AS lot user. Station. 1, o the Pen. A Oeo. STEAM tbe beat material and work. Nor. enbe hl .pot op FULL s tts of !
i before the first of Jnoc. Where two or more.own Anisette do Strawberry do offers his professional services or. 0 be purchased in New of t. popular modes, at from.fifty to -, :
can
, f improvement on the same tract, the person actually Orange do Cognac Brandy 154$, to the eiti of.n surrounding country. H. can York manahip, Northern. eit. laid down in Florida. cm* b't dlrs1e than U usually charged fo iv"...;
said tract will have the otherwise Cornel do or any ,an the (he meant what he .,,.)and THE. be
f residing on preference- Champagne Brandy ta residence of Mr.J. J. Chaires, aboutone Castings for Saw Mills, Gin Ao, Sot; thAt cie0. '
the person first making such improvement will -ALSO-- mile from the Station.. -. Ae band. Mi' Oen. 18 guarantee them t .IUL imrnrui. andexavicixeax BLACKSMITHWnnecrowlft SEll? a f Ito.
constaritly .
be prf'k.- -ecL In cases conflicting the contesting A large assortment of fine CANDIES. Apply to Nov. 21, 181V. '47 (ache, in fcaador made 1 order. as can be pat up er South h 'r 8.I. '
4r parties must preaent the evidence upon which their ,March17. 1860. 12-tf C. M. ''WEST, Some diameter always o of Iron Railing for T need of bit service, can, bedropping ant. lix... aoo All kinds : Cat--. sa:
8I claim! is based before me on the first of Jane that a Gulf City '& Interior Balk bu, pattern graveyard at either Monteclo; ,.'- la, 0
&
- 5 decision mar be made upon their respective 1aiID!. TAXASSESSOE'SA Jobbing*, work of descriptions executed with have the work done,and timv t test 1 btfon pay E .ALo very be o, .

Trustees.From my decision JI'rom.nd an after appeal the first lies ef to June the ,Board the Internal of ;: /Bead/ Company. ; Dt uad d.pt.a AD orer t iD E for f it.Tbe best r.fer given i dee nIOR .8BOEG Q very od'i*' .b;
; pith dip.fa.
L Improvement Lands" will be sold fur eohM A LL peirons who have not already given in a m." !. ..I 1 ; aueodedta.,; d b.Prptl December, 1858. 6t. ,. :; t

1 "ly, ten per Cent beinj redacted flow the former _.t:15:: hat of their taxable "property are .hereby noti- -
Cash january 1.
that in Term* Jti Q : 1"i
I prKe. find that they must do so sterno.,under the penalty NOTICE hereby given, ooafornutrarith .. a-- Fell6w CizizenslrpHE !- '
also hereby notify! all persont<< ,,'bo are indebted to of a double tax.which the law direct in such cases. .f"the Opt City Railroad Company -0-. the eeUto-of J.M. Notice.d '.

I iho Trustees upon instalment notes,given fur the purchase The Tax ArMur respectfully| suggest that j it is book will be opened taTmtijjassee, a the Store Spooia3.. ;Nptioe.rTAvncti JL BK belr't of yon are.,< ue that ., .l d
and Orer. i AT him to call each of -boejr.. .on Saturday, the January. ) of and d.tetbeW3sI'e'; p 1f
p of Internal Improvement or Swamp mitte-tinpossible on &by R sum $1 npwiraV-The Dpoka sod h1-In.tNIths
o of '
jJ."wed" Land, that said J notes Uve.been,o JIdet, order their delay mal seem t think be" hould ;on the a anl1. StO,a Paffl Ladd, iNe-J ptat aaed lb Werett t Joseph all Card/ estat aeconpta will be found with tka'sobteriber twIsT : 'M. a asset v.sa"ut''thust .

of the Board turned over to the Treasurer Mr. C. H. contrary, it. is clearly thC duty of every |person lo for substripUvos la the CpitaILock 1 of '-. .5EL f the Eulton:Yo.M wrn well.-wfUrbeeoowiD accountsdue lIt of next Juljr, Vneo'they will be turned fe. I Pb..ollw&Y.51 I14 a)'

t Austin who i ia autborueJ K> eiTeJtbc money for come' and render in their list to the As eisor( whoco p.iny. ... erlUi" theSberi-eith.iakmuiosa. MGsli.c4Take doe Sk. Slot
I the nme. HUGH A. CORLEY.S be Ie anytime,at the Driiy h'r of J. 1( The b the following : Geo.lL'A.; Shoe Joseph fofwa1 gvr yhf ad
eunan of -IMS Board ol Trustee Gregory A Co. LUbEMILLY Cn\liutrs a itU. tei aU CARDY Exl'r. C- H' .

of the Internal IrrptoYf'UllIIIFund.! Tax Assessor for Leon. county i Chaircs Ldd. Esq. "IHN Newport, March ?".IUO., SPECE 1.1.

J.S_.,wL ..._ ,_! J'1 -&J. Q.Jlrttllm. Jpae [Sent. tY._ _'- -Jsji.--14, I860.- I 8- Jauuary7,1860. S-lj Arl..185.


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