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The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00405
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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-'k- ." -n<'*.iily fcopt ill their I line (IfbCEfleS .t .dr J.'t.. SWSi\ hire btu all.I.lhe! 1 groimdi .011:11!: .'..1 I and mote endCrocitry
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1'l'Jl. ) "iCLIXS.anI STORE ;, 6 It.".:Lix>. 1 II oLmua..t tlu\ K>ure all *ho seek :. l'tVl" Oil.s 'I'ur ami surrounding cou>.try, that they keep cwulwuTyi i .
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mpply u t-vry thing ije tu .ur Jji* ."I"n| 1'.UnlsllEJ) re C >iMt> tLin MOX l'\ ALE >1'Z{lNts I UClU i7eS,3Tj I :
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!ii-ricsr! .Mlrfr, I'Jpp } Jttdrlrl', / }Jaa1 et. Olderp by Mail .r <4l..r.u.. any|YX>|"}, atttHnled I GIFT BOOK HOUSE:, objects are.feared. Thy! invol ft.I'!li.. .IK.U! ..r I (:, ,,- '? .. C-.. ;I ,:.i tlicv! rt-ctire f.p-h from New OrL-ai.s ti* .

:. '_ !r:: "L'! :; GrlL to aud Cllcti with tie Mujie corrcetiMiC Cs it t Li..nne i > tnir a.KJiila: ; in a IL ."e rtf j ret*. I together wit!, a fine a-.ortnir nt TT02LET arrival of the! bit air e"" at S;. Mutks, and l.e tinttt- .
< rso-ullv i-ivhatd Cuaturnent. :i- i Tiiiajiaitun i.t* are al t":-HI.I' fit; l cp ; r>r>>visi J.
p bs To Ca b and !' mined sill
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|n.,npt time but'(-r., we f,' d cuofid t in saving veeun I BOOK i>04 art1 a"ul"Ia.t nivd prfp'ire-1 &id' en ed 1 by the I I

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':. l' I' ilrdit Ey ':. ndJitin to .. \ All the .UT.:""%BIU f>>r ivjoTiiK-vrand utc 1 v' .
--- ines amt-bes, :r s:"t-k we har col > ui;j a-id I we ('lU'l-s; /:/' :., Ii'oJ.t please tl' : Oir f'ncts are not exurbifar t-all wu -
'- CheinKMl;, 1'uitv, krted the lar.-4-t &ndii
Il. H. DERRY, IVrfiiiiiery. Boniinr; Fluid, :'er jIT'red by allY publit.' ) ${ b.-i ,- j in the eonntry here t>v>rJ'.eliutjirdR( uestt can laojm'm-tid.A 'I ; ; i i iprI11l.. JtiG.. lot'fCoHcctor .'

raioU /- Camphine, all tf wljich are futh fj-mu the pubi; !,cri Lands, aiiJ to the: C'l'lunn: |Hn erti( s of three \V Al EKSiorsT Perfumrnf, .,.t". 4.-. -

.,..:ti isaccr anJ CcssmlssioiiriERCHANT. O:'. (.IMS War. are "'lur:11l.1 fvifcct in ,'very funu 11C .xl'"nc1 1t! J'h ',ieiau testify ex fulI ) I j All of: "lli'b they will rr\\\ lit rea-or'ibV prieeft. f,y I Office Dist St.:Marks: '

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I.\-LIt.I-A: 2'.'. I"'S. Hn T.iotL and ILur ManufctcTumi Tobacc. rnint car |f'I.I.'cti"I.I 1t'.1', tlailiration of Aneii t I They pre h their efforts on the human system!, I' line and by strki! :.It."t;.'" to l wioi-', they ."" endcev.tr I :MAY 1st. 1860.
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r. : : : ami Mill! l lIl.j i Piimtir": I"mph'rticAptri.at! Highly Alt -rjbt. t. .nlt'rit tiepcttr..uflga tiru-t.-1.irs l'4"fl.rd .
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ntI 1 1 ,u ii.- >atiocr 'ipiallt : I I "\'O1 I.'!: i. "h.'r bv thnt Sealed' ',, aaN! ;
'DI. II. XrliOMLD; \ ( O'.j r. iv.lies, j rne II!axatia Si-gars, has .- ci.; il 1 an.l rni'if-d by ri>npi!. n ..( C.i-i| ExLzIe-raiuttiidmrectlv( ) l'm\'etfuIy!! T\7'e. Tl.eyhave) : upon their preteeeee.r.I'uycians! I ___X assrnruit-.l t.y given **> -
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1 | ? Io.ce l1"'I..I.t III"! .mitrit p.-rh.111S no mat 1-1 eflaey.! either Li the ni'nernlr % pr"l''r girjittcen a..VC'olltgIJ
turgieaI huo'rum'lif! Medmur Cbeetii, : c i" u retui-ik'lid! rrrH JjiJth-ls. f"rI In l be : -
irnmi5i.3n .J : I and in' .. and will t 1/c \ ..Actable kilt vm: in X 6 : nn, .nit" In:1lj I :11.1 fAnli\: _. I ,\ nailed free toanyaJJu.sonappliciti ; l'artkulair attention r .'J to rreif* i i g < :1 !I- r..I\'f'd ti. rent until liclock, M, on IbIS
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PUEE \ INIJJ i J.-AM.I--r.:! !: ar.1lltls.u i.I$. 1 < n 1\ many
purpose fioia Pete H rtIk-iu. atal-- : fir-t T"fLiT n June rest (.r the: uf tIn1 ;
lTtf. 102 NASSAU STREET. -.t /><)- I J>oue! for n Cinoziie. II j I tuned "''<'''lIi'mta CK 1I\ ]1..h'OC1.-i$ X'uroil-, i" fuliyo'iiip"iiu.i.-d supply
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1 day and i.t. nt M. Marks. Fa."nitl.! the I
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YORK. ( lir"ui e liver Coiiit.biit.' .bi ir c rnetit ot t lie Spl"<'t'n.
NEW 800 OUNCES |
SULPH QUrNINC.D. It \viI: \>f milled free to any a Mrrs, ADo] will Marc! 21. 1SCO. 13 j arti,-l-iof !Pr t isi.!n". Medicines$ an.1 Wowl!, euumerj .

A.P: ,..... .to ".i! !" 'c w..J SI *'Ii.foru1- U A JIC*. .. LI\ LLY. I I I prove an iti\au.tble! ...i.Tal't! it't"* fThZtJU$ ef it of Sick tl.e and ti-rv.ms Nervous*\.ll..: djehet le.: DcUhty, Derau;emeat I, j iti-il! i ia:i ell: fnrru T.i! > 'F iititirs stated! are t-eU- ;
May -. 1a.SUPERIOR. "i> I.S-rary.;: or the cclection uf csefal and JI01' fcilAKLUS UlnnASD .
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I BURNING FLUID GIFTS -- -- rtrl.t tti take I.1 ,.r usid .,
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the Kldneva They rrt also etueient in i ilst
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------ -- thir tnrnic: alr! iTI! If U.: ar'n't d.Mvrrcd at the H fj.if.nl are net,
I really % v ('i unl'f..1 them t" nil hIlt.m< tutu.1111! --
KElSEE .v 14.\ I I <> ii '. levers pood 't-. : ., sOil T. in 11.. jii'i:n.I'l\t of the- Phy-ie'an, of the b.-s t quality!
PAPY & ASGHE2 ti- lit bi.\ni. in !a.- qnan'iti', >. : !'f r.'i;' in..i': ..1! |M)!"niioi' n .'tvr (latin the tttOlLi.. ?'ta.fil"1; I >
a .rialel''IY AMES !>.tity and I tJrrTmti..n loc _. j: an l ai'-pit to tie IL>"J.ifal. he willIif nt liberty Itt b
.tzTh.; : .7. 1 Luv M! .) value to our pntron* thin rtl'erc. trial n'li-.l'e: - I: reject lie tjjuc, to puich.e oilier articles in tlmrstrad '.-
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Original Quality ioJucementu j in r..t'r die ntracr' puct. -<.
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O.isc Chilli and 'v<-r", an 1 nany |
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Corn Starch 'I n t it.'v.n* disease, as IltrjK-* cr TttUrs, ic. Lave I "
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: .rt-s'x will lrtrxl ea& 111,1! 1cl uti). ... 6|'ciiie I. A. !>. NOYES, Collector.
1. J. PEELER'S I'JRF.\nr.n c xj !f..r l'ucl.'il1: lee Cream ir pati. Ih* j \\ e do.rictly.. tI'ref.rf'! al! nineertT, ttfnml.i : T?',RE\CII and I \l1wrii \\Vn.do! fiLms, i
: neCbtart., I it*, TortUf.itcReceived I I.lliuo of New Y..! "ity. with its Inao .i-.iI nd ul! |iut-rioue"uir.'rtn4 with Cl.ronie flee-ate-s. to ( L Jcwttt Lead Maiks! May .5, l fiO. 1!-_
t Nms Pure :
LA'.V i COLLECTION OFFICE, tre, Ly AMES Ji LIVELY. I vq 11; 1U4':1C11 f tranp.rtatkin". :IVt. U5 nmjrafl&sdadanaea coi-o and in.,iko trulf the il '
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T'LLAIt-! F.:, PLOntDA lluv: :I. I9. !I in IQ.tillj tn d. ...t di.tt romf". __ .\"Iil :'. l6 '. i2tttFJECOODS._ _, i \ .. I'alhlulhl Sa&b C.'u-ho :.
,. !'i.!. i i v In tbe Circuit Courts of Czdfden. The lyuwnfs! ananpMiiti.t ..f our E44IZj4.aet I I Pen. & Geo. Railroad

\ t f V. .:kZ! *. Jt-tl<.fsio mid lladJi .". and ngressViafei:. --I liar lfn ro llmroujUy pc'r( .'k.J. th it order re- ; "ISK'A- itT i TOiz. : : DUST- : Company. '!

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I. '.1 \j ..(.ud (.,:.tk.l. 4 FRESH SlTl'LY, jUbt TeC. jvej! .. aeJ'V.l.y their tiay to tlxir] .!>-*(.mti.i.T, and no .. .. art
T- ,..,:.. i i r:thr ('pttwi wrtposit the d$cr of tie AMLs A LIVELY. I Itr.l over tuecty fntr la.\ir lima tLe time el tLrtrrefcptioa Joseph Weber, ..-..- I C-f t.C. best and Comtaui.KEROSENE I .- : .=.

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u MERCHANT! TAILOR ; 1 A MEETING of the
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A. GrALLIE the direction are folluvrrd in Catalojm) vLjeL is I .)Iudc I'lotliin $ at Tall vlia *ee, on Monday, the 25th of Jane next.
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HeaJy ? > Ituruui Fluid ..
: r.xrn.1011,1 No. 1-r.rmaul in Lio- ; gAM l ? Camp'.ene
pure iiE P order of the Board of Directors.
IJnn not tl.! na by other Gift U."k Hoa,.. JIo- gti.tin ; y
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Oil just icctive and f r rate brAilLS INTLLMlVsFurnisliin -.0' I
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the ftirm ( draft .. Secretary.
DLM.LU I> ( pajalJe to ncr rd! --, or letter &c
& LIVELY.My1,1s cuclosinjj fUII.liC, if rcjjkteixd nceurdin/ to law are t ? Goods, \&v '- t l Spices, E5r; Sentinel, Quiiicy Republic Family Friend .

i ;_1 icsuied a taA. r, tUIU I 'iei1nltae. 1 b. t'1rj"'I1E / w' ,2 II T\X rox. L'Mire, Xutmep Race, Ginger. dIe II and Madison Mc'tenjer copy.
unr{ GOODS;( ) }PROMS I
-AGITS j Snliscnber groins! Jiimiica O.n:er, White an,1 r.I.ickilustard : ; May 5. isGo_ .._ I9q
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LMOXS. Guata Cnjrcnt i now rec ivinj at --
1" J..me.l'runc.1 Cmik A:cits. and. thee d. .irin? (o become ..tb [ See".tine and Black!! IVf per, I
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II I 'rn'I1'tll !! well celerted
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Pt sardines
Fktlod 11
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4 *r<, Oj rters. I Establishment.rl..IIE
uld Celery Seed li>Uled! 3lretar.L Nice Olive: Oil. : .
--.A-fD- I esainin tar t'fmll. a* ten Loois cnn l I.e tot, -
4". Preserved Lenora Uranje Pine Api'Iisandftinjer I stock ol Sl'RI.VU! : A isl'MMEi {GOODS s-iiublefor I _.
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.". (j"J'/11' J" 'r''rr'11 ,Orern Gage }Mjrma'-id Leaxti Syrup HupI I > .y- GENTLEMEN'S WEAK i \'OUSU EXl1.1CTi ot -------1 underiimed i respectfully informs Iii, friends -
I Ml.ir w (llirouj the iuduccraent I '
ay given br uWe JTW J the he Las ,t"
l" public genrrallsthat lI
berry dl .. StrawlKrrv "!". Pine '\pj le < .. and f5inCT .
i i ".. 1' : >. 4,; j t. tIle pureatr.t ( .n.h.tilJl; in p.ut of f
;!<,., ItaejilHTrv lrl: ar. Kre h Sail n'n, Li'brtcr.Haddock i - -.- I Retired from Business
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-- --- the most liberal <."mnu,:|ons WAg _
lialliliit, nilhad.. Assoted llcfclcs.bcouh fy French and English Cloths! Casaimercs -I I SINCL.\:'S, Gelatin, Ac, i nor .

TIES INSURANCE j 1 Ale .1..11'.1.I r. I t' te. \'el-r tie m-"tu-ieI ."I.Iext't.qyeetnk and \ c tings, i _1_ Fresh Lemon by rry Steimtr.I7M.ESII I GONE TO HARPER'S FERRy -

'T'r-' : :. ,!. _'D 'i' 1'1\ I.. 1lI'1''C: CO. 3&.CCa Havuna Peg.rsA.ME. of Honks mi.j i - I ; :
j. "I..1 .? LIVELY.K.y : iH-iilite.: Ci-coa. Farina
L .
,' I. I
< nor
>ere.I| tinla to ;. il -like .,1 1 1tahiituibleinaiiiicr *
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I >si ""m.l.j..te and beat cla i-ii.id: c-u! >."U e in the | 1:1'] orr a u i-ia ai nny
,L\\ \ L\ .\L'J I-\. 51. 1 -.*'9. 21 I __L Corn Starrh, Bernin I i Arrow Root. I
: and on Ri IM.I.NAI.LI.: 'I&>, .\&- Intention of
I __ ___ ._ __ __ j Country. Te-1tincn. lUr'ey.' Stpo, ifre.I Going to Texas,
! : .o..I..ll.1 >!. bv' Fiioi-i! i'.e n ual Icratt ciWe 1"lTfinfel' J'l'Tf.'t &:,ti-'-'ctiOD to AU who ">, a weiKiriil, a'-i'rlrii.'i.t: I ifFE.DYMADE but tl..tt he will fully resuuie \

1 1H.. FLA(:, AiUdI Cod Liver Oil. may trvor K* viilh their j 1.l .Ma ". CLOTHING. )URE: Cream Taitir :up. CartE Suda.II II (he ; _: \

: ; '"t'. IW1al f'I' I' j ;o. .1 ,,RKSn AM Pt IiE: of tlc Irtinted -Draala" non' TO Slf rtll: tOOI. Cla<.k niijl I FOHCV Silk Cratats atxl Ties. Shirts Mc- Sd S...i. Alum. Saltpttre, Sulj BLACKSMITHINCBt'SlAESS, / '_-\ .

i 1 Un.an, Clark & Co. it Rn. Coppers_ Edward H \V !t, r.. .aie ly A11E3MJV c un.LY. by UC'1I'I' i if j'-ibe! as it w cheaper iud wa llitSi*. : -\.'*. A.'_ tct -- -- ----- -- I "

:I. 1.<... ??1TTST ti.a-. "bv nLMiey. j T lie would! .t take this rnrt'i'vl <>f returning WEDISH LEECHES cvn tanly! i>n LaD: I -i all ;its various; branchI .

. : T. \ED1& COMMISSION! MERCHANT, : I if |HiibV. i-li, .:'.l !ln, writ in firm drafts, I th.u k! to h's!: nIl i customer f>r the li..lti.llr.'noc-e! I'I"". one month.. from tLi> Q _._ ._ _:A .

T.\U. \II.\SF.K f1..1' LA. I n--I\.U-A; s.:p-\; .,f Mrs. ALL "S $ U pay mtnt can l be .>pv.i| U hvt thror:b the mail iwrottii i.e bestowed on I Iin aud trust, by t-trict at iIlOULDER BEi.-.tS, dilTereBt kinds 'tei tol"p M frmit- .5i

i t .,;'"'.>.i.'. aI..1': : '_ .','e'n C" n.innt t_.lio 1 1I I eJ Hair Restorer and Zilobalsamam. I LrttetH cutlosinj; M
I. Fur *af1! j v AilLi: 4. LU ELY.llav j>roided they arc r, pwtwfd ..ireidir r to law. Th_ ':\nIC'. JOSEI'iIV1IiE1i.. r opposite >pattd ",
I L .J ut: t d.! to :.IU' l'cly'a the
in of Mr.
... I It. I :l. IS.j :>D. 21 lrecadioJ5 are riiuple. and ilLii the reach cif all, M.in Ci, ECO. 13 T EIMSTHFFT! .t CO"S ISlMirARLE HAIR i rear Zuker'a Harness Shop ,hera
-t. 1'.17.\1: j -- ----- assnirin? the !tninMiiittai.ee .f n" $...'. 1-- --- .- -- --- .1]. COLORING, warranted t.. restore grey Lair )I he intend to carry on the bushier as it should be

Linseed Oil qIII onkiiiu! IHK.US tie titl. i.. black letters INJV G-OODS. to its viigiual eIur,:t tLc Corner IID? ?torr. I doue. }'Idillatf'ful for the liberal patronage -

POST & ItIEL, I English coir, fi..uld t- ti'oil. i le v.utility <.h< ultl IT ,.blI.: J. IL GREGORY AGO.Marrt2l. I bfictoforc extended to 1 mi, he would respectfully

A ITLU: ARTICLE: i-)icd! and raw. Tor sale I anJ tlf y'mi'-. "l' t Ofi.o) ; County andtate bhould! I ---0 --- 1SCO. 13. I solicit a ct>ntinuai: ',> of the salute, hoping by his own
COMMISSION; : MERCHANTS I l 1" .>iiul flTi.rt and attention to rt'o.l..renlire .
RARE prompt '
_\ by the Cask c>r ji'dl1'1 Lc Jiotuiet t't a\.i.1 I i.ii'aVf.rttl : iB2MENTi
I T3ROF.I CARRY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID I I.tlf.t:"". U. B. F1TTS.
(; I 1'(1':1. !U'f''r.IIE'"t7tT AMES: 1! :!L n;, !t I Di.c-il n'l: c.mu.0at.c.., tu D. W- EVANS i JL at the Corner Dn J Store.J. April i'8,1SCO. 18-tf .
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Oa.L'E.A.NS. h J5RO leave respectfully: tit draw! tlw attention; R.GREGORY A CO.
& CO. 677 Broadway New York. I I
.--- ._ Gentian I Manil.! ; lt-i> '.. --:>ia I tli> citizens of TAlUhaM arid adjoining eount'i MardI 21, !?r.). 13Denslov's Notice.ALL t
t<> the fact tint 1 can now in p.neesiuu of complete

RiFIr. TO 1J : i'i'rt: &. and! wtia.ttt.! ;,dSFUIXG persons havnc claims or demands against -
I hEW STORE NEVI GOODS[) !
. .,:c ",.P-.J P.rVtnsiCVj! ., TaPMaxsce, Fla.I .. I Benzine, estate (Alfn-d Hrj ant, J'C'MeJll1te of ,
.. ; are an iiiful'ible: l r(! dv f.* AM) SOIHLR!' STOCK
I K l.rri! i" 4 Co.i Quiwc. j 1'1111I1TCUS : 1Tew ]Prices LIQUID for ttI.ini'ut ".Iiotl.Yurn,11; Leon county, are notified to present thenf to the under -
i III Jaw .V "*.. !1.ohti.U.. ctHuhtii! of the li' ."tixe .m'aiis! !1t V9MCi. Del.il- rpIIE M'l&&;CRIHER tales this opportnnify cf ('oirai-uayn or ANEW .'.,!%' Mains from SiIUorVoolensofalI I i!ned ilhm i the time prescribed by law, or this r
j ;1I'.I.t It1Lth*, Et..llirk, : I Coout! Hoots ami Shoos 1'an- kindf xvilhout i their. C'.lor while: : notice will be plead ill bir of tht-ir recovery ; and all "
itv. Ijxcr CotnpUint, Low hpmt. Want f Apj'*- ___1__ uiuLin know to the citi/ena of 'J'ulUhafece Dry Clothing, lujnrin;; or texture
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. ..I \\.1 .4 j J-\i... Kcv Atlintx IVett, i .it.-. .l Tot ilely AMES it LIVELYGARDEI and fiiirrouijilm! e.untrythat he i! i.ow prepared cy Hoods: Straw and Millinerv! ( ;sood; leu-i'inj no unpleasant odor. It i, u l\au.lt.t; ()rrnd, Ceo.TLocuasvIUe. Iy. JOHN A. McINTOSh, AJrn'r.May .
to offer them of the best fdcctt-d and success for cleini'i: Gloves without altering theirctd.ir
.. Ol2'. I st'. t!1 one cheapest i (:Jroceiies ami! Wooden Ware
J V. M. Kiuuou J Co, -- stocks n( ; also f-r rcinri: : greasy 'tail' out of ]':..pcrt 5, 1860. I-"w'
s n, 1sS. S3-Jy Watches : tid Jewelry! .C., f all kill;1*. Fur sale at the Comer Drue Store of -- ---- -- t.
1-- SEEDS.I srr.nc .VXD SUIIICR CJOOIK; { ) :N"O"'QV
-- ---- G-oods' r
I \hi
  • IIIHI.. : O'.ICI0 ;. I rouirht the Southern
    ever : to Country compiling a
    -- -- c-rcwt3). :1. a fig.I full assortment of ; Grateful fur the libr-a! [.:.t.4tIaCr lurctrif.ire l>eftoucd March 21, 18&0. 13 FOE .

    U. T.n Lon,. . tj. S. r.OND. I I -' \ I: are how rcei,,." a l large and well selectedA I DRESS COODS, I if tile satie-upon, me an.] I iavil r"'p"'lrull""heit the public to a call continuance and giveus MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER- ---- SPRING AND SUMMER .
    ,
    \ \ I OI'UlK'iH of S'dli, cornprUinganCXUMH.VI I Fancy (iiwh, Jlcniy-M Clothing. hoof a trial. Re: peetf, illv. AI }

    Drs. Taylor & Bond, I taiit-tv of Jhu Lun and most rclub'.u! I II and .S/forr, lla'.s and C'tij\i, J> ittlry, I LAV/RFXCE OlIL I.\X ZYLOBALSAJHUM, 1OGO..
    WOODS HAIR RESTORATIVE:, & .
    ." miittd ill the pra<-tice..f Medjcma. Of- Vegetable and Agricultural Seeds. i (runt, J't&lj'jt, c%'(., 4r., Aprililim-tO. IG
    H\\ IL IMSTREET A CO." INIMITABLE PRATORIUS CLARK
    at the oil-M' t'fl' Pr. 1a\K. I In the f .I'Ctl'l1..f our cti ck. the c eateet care has All of which he. will }'positive! nel:l at icmilkably! ,| -- -- ---- --- -- .

    '.II..I- .'', l-i. ..iuiiI :s.V.', Cj__ biHH obecned ; and. as a farther precaution, the vi low ,prices, in crdei tot iac nieno, as he is f-arful j jof New Blacksmith Shop HAIR CO'LORIXO. .\ HAIR DYE, Ii YE NOW IN .
    I'
    lalilt of OKt;>t.j go.!* fur the Spring I Itr I II BRRY'S: TRICOPHEROUS, I More a full aSort'.i -t- .
    I
    THK hrR:cuiBER HAS REMO\ED$ IllS
    E'fNA I .4r.T Kl for sale ; so tl.ut 'nreI.s'ra: may depttxl c'n j .dc. He. tnercfi're rncdtly loluils a call befor I ment ofCloths 1.
    I HI:1r'I.-mi.lt.! of the bef kind of
    J !-I'm!' tlnw tLat ai* ftt,! andf tlu tiuir-t reliable j jtircha
    INSURANCE CONPANY tI..r.-ttf. AMES: it LIVELY.A..V. buy there ones touii'l .'. .i aijiii.JO HENRY HICKS r t \'t \ 3POTT1 ctcLost cSb Oils s11'1 .
    ,
    from ihf M >nroc> II">u:eto .
    i'6! 1&5?. 17 :EI'II: tSALINC.ER.. 1\.fJ \ r
    1I.tRTFOJUJ.). -- Is'cxt to Mr Uahie's Store. i iMaicli theIitiiliIitirad.'iiuinirIhe!) : 1r. f..r the, Hair.
    Mio-i u-f Mr. R B C.irVu > --- -- -------- ----
    : : s f. S
    --- TALLAHASSEE, II. 1SCO. 18tf"it"Shines Vestlngs, '.
    on.'amFf
    "rr"'I. H..IJ"p.lIIi It' v .1\ Forg-u..s : \ l
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    in'orptralrd in l 14?.-Charltr FcrprIuI.0 CARRIAGE, SADDLERYAND Alike for All :I i .1 )l.inr.i..' wher' h i:5 "I ,0" ED Spring Coatings, -C I ,.

    -- -\ [-ASO.N'S CHALL1:XtK: P.LACKLNt is the i! all 11.05"rr"p'ul'.lt"I"'I"nu.rl. lId, .III: ; T 3S. _:'i1 FLORIDA ARROW ROOT Drillings. Marseilles, Vestings, &c. .

    ( ..* !! CA1'11'tL-1ooOooO., _A 1. only ttandtrd artii.Ie of the, kind in u-(. i ,.,-tt.;'liS ./11, .h'. Wtikb! they.are prepared to Manufacture to Orderat

    IiAUNESSESTABUSHMENT. It pnnixoK the !>
    ". I' 'l'.STLOSSNDflAM.tETlT' r1E; the l.atlur soft and pli.il.ic.: ami thus prevents its I pjtchMaich JtJbEPII H A L nux. J. R. GREGORY A CO. manner. Also! an utl'fl8iye assortment of -

    : I 111"rTUtTU I ; TIIK: 1I\7.\UI, crackins. i< uaranted to If.tr.iu i'sirtues in all clinnute. : 10 1860 11-Cm Stntinel 1 "> Men and Youth'i .:
    py.Heulthx
    Clothing :
    A\lM ov 'ITENT WITH \ ,
    TUt L.t'F \ : ,
    CUNVAT1ON -- I I* the attjt*phrie dry tr moi t, 'arm or r Choice Cigars and Tobacco.
    cold and )his. f.r .f ANDFURNISHING -
    ; a quarter ( a century, enjoyed' I
    J5. C. LKW1S Apcnt SVISCr.J1Hll! ; : -
    ,
    'l"'IIr. the of in.uikin
    good opinion
    i.1I 'UId.CI t. p = I I GOODS -
    For Tallahabse and t iviujy.I :& : } I It is a 1110in urror.and; adurtis the palace (.f the I I PURE tIES\ AXO LIQUORS
    the intcrert of the late /71 'l.u.'m : All for sale! at the lowest
    ; tiring They r-
    5. 185 __ __S3 __ ___ J.. -- r"all1.1! cheers the fo'.iUirhut!i of the loi.c-ly back prices.
    Ht'LU : i I
    11 in ( .. .. For Medicinal Purposes. ectfully solicit a Call from their old friends and
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    .1. n. I
    . .t. V.. lECtACIl, J. the CurLu-c, KiUl.r, .- I customers, at their old fetand opposite the Mario ...
    LIre Sun it diffuses its influences
    genial LIp.unall
    ;
    ami Ilan M HU'"\W' .. ; r COOKIXG W1XES YIXEGAR, JfC. Blink Ap'ncy.tf .

    Call & Brevard, PO Ui' kept by biiu.would ;d ; 'f tt >(<'>fli tti ami and admuathn.I"i conditions! of men, and challenges their human blood upon bcn! <; \nnlyzr ___ : We are receif'iognr Goods monthly. ,

    -tt01.110YS ztt Xjifl.W, r. ,Htfully "-. ?- t4-.e saV tiliok-cae! cud It'ait !IV' always pr>' cut. us \.ith the snine cs' .tial elements Scotch Ale & London Porter, ii-rth__1SCO. 14 ; .

    .M.I.V1IEE.: HA R11 A.i form the inlbilaiilM'fLEON Tt Vu: ,. Ijt$ 'f.(, 11 AM'HS A LIVELY. and iris ,.f courte the TKI: 'TAXD.\ED. An.ihzn -
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    I: and u.ij MNIII,: - - -" ALSO A FRESH FTLT Notice.
    I | .. \ ': \i I. :,,-H-i.itrd Iht'instlremit i IhepraclHf'i '., I that be ill omt.nuo; the buMnes in a.l I its the I'liwidf a perwm Mfi.iiir! : from Consumption, !.!

    i I I .in .Tr: tluir protcssionileenioi-stiithe j jI Counties 1'rawhe lot the Old'a .1 tiUud. whei may be f und at I FOR SALE. ,, Tuer; C.1f1p\int| Dtfrpepeia." Scrofu'a. I I. \\:1 |>rcticc in the Circuit Couilst f I It lIOU-E) AND LOT 10tLriIERMTJI 'i !'11 I in evert iii'tance: pertain .d.-fiejencies the red estate of Bartholomew Holt deceasec', .

    I I': Ifl... the Sujireme Court aud D.etnctiied all times, I 1 the out.builJing*. \.-Ih are 'tiv "obidrs ol( 111.**!. Supply ttt'l'O! ,!ilrfic'ciicii and! For sale at the Corner Drug Store of late Of Leon county are requested to prec ot their, .

    I : Mates at 1'.U4hHst-e. I' JLcL uirai.c.lJu.:!;, 8. n.'"/1IfgOllf. Xadd'cs, lIe iiilly fciiuat! on tie J'riIlC'C:] road 3. .. I >ou arc ina-e' well The BLOOD FOOD n founded J. R. GREGORY A CO. ropeily authi-ntic-ateJ, to the undersigned, within :

    _ '., i MI. :T !:utgrs' ucw budding, over the llarmst Uridlcjt, 1I1i':. Tiuult : and noar tl.e Dopot. vrilhin 1I leu r.,.. Mil to! I vpon.! tI iJ Thcorj'-lei.ce >t. astonirlun; euece!s.- Ja'th24 I860. 13 the time'prescribed by law or they will b. barred ; :

    : ."--.Hal. : 1 U..ad I will .11.u'lI BilIiisg j tiitnts wi1ki.f the G.II't..l It has thereIllll lure are riV l'vcpaiiflois lI.tart, tothc a ad! a1;1 those indebted will make payment' imme .

    I f' ', -MI I fl 1 arlk-le 01 an excellent: WELL cootl \u'atu-r.'* *- I dcf.cicnc" of the Bl.nxl in different diseases. For Donald Cameron diately. AY. T. TAYLOR, Adm'r. .
    -- or every \ar.ty. And 1 in 1rt. every usually II j C .)li,, Col 1*. Bronchitis affoc'i'in: whatever !
    I l'iuit Tics. ie.., \\rch! inakn it o-metHent and -u or any May!. 1860. 0-8"
    HOGUEAMAKER I kej-t. iuVixOi nu'e'taMii-hm-'nt! audl l he ln'jK-s battrtitu ttry of the Throat or Lun s iu!u..ini; Cotl" use JY3 Jtg! IDT ants i rs _
    desnnbV to that I n turtle intcifttif ,.( bis, rwtvniers to rueiit a I one may vi r a p'e-isnut > I I I II
    I No I. which is also! cJ.e X..f..r D..prt'cM"'Hf-pmlll, Notice.
    tiiNL CeLL JOHN BOWMAN.M. .
    \ 'i"l'' ; ErS & COUNSELLORS() I IAT I Ctmtifinanee of the patrosu-jje eo liberally btt wed Ts1luha.nu.I'.l1.'ifl ontifcir R !.I L<*s of Appetite and f..r all Chronic Ciinplaintsari FLA.
    I PURDY. Months after the first
    J. E. pabtication of this
    hi I no. .
    n prtdeceev-r. ,
    Ujv I i from Over u!e. General Debih'y' mid NerrousPros'ratii at WEBER'S CLOTHING STORE. SIX

    L.A.'VV, I I I Tlie j-ubxiiScr! would a!"o infoinjbis fiieudu tuli \ 1-:. .M-KToO-N.. .. .W M. u. JlLL1'UX i. N x 2. fir Liver Complaint$. No. 3, for OFFICE 18.1861)?). 8 *, tb* underpinned will pre entbi. final acconnt .

    ' ; ".'<1 4 c putrJCn-Lip in the practice <* \e public, that he till conlinues the .\.geuey of the iI | yp'pIieiiIg! already prepared for absorption I and touchers the edge of Probate of Leon count, .

    I 1 "' !It..j< .'jfl fctt.-nd to nny j.rofcM'owl bun-1 I w,til known and justly celebrated j Anderson & Milton, i i.A.11o1X1cya it is Taken by Drop and earned immediately into Executor's Notice. a late* execntprof the estate of A. I* Fisher dec
    rf said and ask be
    to
    discharged.
    I t I county
    :. i f.I tbcir cure. j htcltr \- lI lson's Setting Machines.TJlaha .a.t La."Qti'_ the, circulation sj that what you pain jrou rel.ain-
    .t 1 .' .' .1 1:. .I'EilBT AMAKER. I LaD :: TLc No. 4 li for Female regularities.! Hysteria VTOTICE is hereby given to .11 persons lining ALFRED A. riSHEB. Ex'tr. .t ..
    ; 1 -:: ,. 18 *.ee. Stpt. 24, 1859. 29 SOLICITORS! IN EQUITY I WeaVu s..",Jc.: See special .liec'ioui for tLis. For iN claims against the estate James L. Hart, deceased April_58. 180. 18- m .

    -- ; --- : -- : .Vanaxt.it JtirLtu V 'v mty, //., i I Salt Rheum Eruptions. Scrofulous.Ki.tney end Biad- late of Leon county to come forward and C.

    George S. Collins Charles :M West ; formed a co-partacreluip ia the practice.t 1 t d
    J.EALEK IS1 HAVE, and will atteudwih fidelity and prouipi tions moat be strictly followed. Price of the BLOOD Tallahassee, within the time required by law, or months after the first publication of tLiJ fioO .

    Ulf'OK\EY & COUNSELLOR u<'as to I'nLn&lb u entrusted l to their cr.re ia the F-oi *1 ptr bottle. Hut 11\.1.Ice "ill be plead m bar of their teeorery ; I toet. the undersi' necntorof the L&t >V / ,

    GROCERIES and PROVISIONS Circuit CowLs if Jackou, Ianklin. Caihoun and SOld by CHURCH A DUPOXT !. aud nIl pel SOTS indebted t) raid estate will pease! t I and testament of Archibald Graham deceased, l jfcf .. .

    AT L.A.VV" (; /-- ". .i TLY. Washin:t.iu : la the Snpr<'mi'*Jtv.rt at M riauu-i,and No. 40J l r.J J.n.v.. N. Y. com. forward and make trcmed'at: pariner. I Leon county, will prit-sentbia final a cp' W M cbz '

    '1 .\ :.'IASSEE.' FLORIDA LL NJH1U1"lIkJ, i.) ll.e CA -II \\iI1l1'.d in 'h.- I -i tvd Mates Di-tuct Court at Tallahassee anti I By \Mii d LITELT, Talljhassce. end by all re PENELOPE IIAUT'Lx..utrtx. I:I *: eut..r, to the Judge of Probate sALt cooutj aida :

    / ..'Illt. HlIII". .i-, .\ wilk Ironll" II$,'ull n. .\plll'.c.I".la! : *i"-ct lbl( D' .,.-.6il; throughout the .rjjtrjJianh EDWIN A. HART, Lx ctor. "n U> be disclirgeIs': f r.,PONDKT-;,ti'r.
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    ltt.i'il.c the torn.cd that there wa strength enough to the Territories of the United State, and that under Correspondence of the Charleston Mercury. Our New York Corresponden5 I
    u ( ( '.tj' opportunity at our pass it ,
    the decision of the Court, which we recognize NEW OaLl. Tlie last I NEW Y tK, list r i' I
    &: Journal -mIamn) for "nfcirtainirig! die Democratic: fenti- "Iu'l in order. Supreme :' i, May 13.- great gathering

    :. I.; &ii'0tui i t (t : ;in> ,>! .f! ill" Slau-i t to our future, policy.Vhcis II Thus, tlen" i will be perceived, '.IA the question as a correct exposition of the Constitution, neither eight in support of the intrepid course oft.he Southern EDITORS of the FLOBIDIAX & JOCK.VU. |

    :Iis.h'd' % I\\viil-l I'rge upon that .convention t'> "f ':platform will: in all probability, be again their rights of person or properly can be destroyed delegations at Cbailestoo, was one of the most The nomination of Bell and Everett t.y ti ; j

    I II' I I give tl-e action (f our deh"MU-s at Charleston their I opened in tit Convention when it assembles at or impaired by Cong.tsioiial or Territorial in men at Baltimore is just such a o'ne as tI-, j
    known
    L.ttzkfs'.: : :eoi.li.ii: approval ud llh"ri7e! tht-ri in rooperation I, Baltimore. : (JI\lol is not beyond the power 1 legislation. imposing \popular dernonstritioa ever I fossils wli"
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    respeclabli- political .
    i 'A i. : w illi the- .'.. j 14 i Mtv of these States with whoiui I of the Coc\'ntitl us was assumed by its President Thi although offered by a delegate from Tenncssee (this city. It was at first designed th..t the meetingshould eemp.np| | ]i ,

    .- i .- acl..1 l at Cieon; : : to r
    ; -vt !h .%1", :.\ \ un, isco.. 1:IL.. -ir efforts i't.r I -ItKtiul.t of the tilelc.: Under> thtse circumstances, the: separate Convention States still represented in.the Convention, is properly the indications showing! that it would be altogether 'I to make. A more shrewd and 'energetic ,,i
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    t" ; __ \l.kh led to the uii-reptiuii; at Charleston.'Ihr : wishing to tak all the chances fur attaining the New York platform as its )tit tory will assemble would not have thrown away to fl.itt ripoitniiity :-.<. .,
    ,
    of the other how. A Committee of the New York delegation, inadequate for the vast throng that voul.l I
    rourntf ii! dfiegutiuli has been fo true it S object, from voluntary concession
    :. : B&uocratic; Stato Convention I that they arm elititlrd! to the unqualified: confidence !i convention, merely adopted the resolution: which I consisting of Hon. A. C. Paige, Hon. Sanfurd E. I Odd Fellows' II.U. (theL rt in this neiion of the to present to this ffr pJe of t; ;

    , .11(1/- of tlie-ir,cuti4lituri.U, and SaSS be afly trusted hu been stated, inviting Democratic party of Church, and Hon. David L Seymour, proposed the Union, Vii secured instead. Every nook Kiwi corner States two popular men who hkd sori'u .; A .
    ; fir (
    t ; r'JL f.o s UU"'r"1 t-n .pr I J \ith"t mLlr.i tl..ir action with specific] the; United: States, in favor of the platform of the resolution in question, and submitted it to the full of the vu.t eJinteasjdIllUI4..r, ami the greatest big slet-ted. Time capricious current e-f j.u, ;,v ixncv

    4 ffgy ii t /"' f"., .,! : I inrtruetioi.j. TI.t vti.lorscini-ut of their past fiction majority of the States, to meet in Jtiehmon one.: delegation, where it was approved, and subsequently offered eiitha.-iasm prnaH.J.:1 rank of our solid <*r placed within the facile! grasp tf a f. w -,

    j will )ic th- l.'-t iutmdlvI fur their future conduct week before the re assembling of the yen. in handwriting of Judge Paige, by I contented Ben of purely us :-r.u5\ .' ?i.'. i- ,. :
    .
    .__ .sa1. .L I The Fame ill-legation fhouU be to repro Hun at Baltimore. Mr. Howard of Tennessee, as a platform upon citizfi.ii-lawyiri, merchant.: l1&nttrotllll.11Ut'clanI} I v

    ]_tI 'j'o-I, : M-iit sha Slate in tic lu.tntion aUl.orizee to 1.ld in Sufli a Convention as that invited to ISmDre at which the whole party could meet and labor for ics-were very filly. represented. Gen. setting only a few ihuii.-aad e-thtr. i .. -

    fk.. '. f"T .t ln '*.- .:.T.tM: "H.til) wli--li lakes I I Itiel.moh.l anti if I r..tiLI. time fur the Richmond will furnish A opportunity for. securing their candidates. Should it be approved by the : MILES presided. Uun.'!'. J. SLMME., Attorney General lute of fixed opinions on public atf:r-. ...
    and
    ; of th, | r convention fhoiild jiost- concert of action, in the umattervfobtaimuinga jsrop- jublic judgment and popular sentiment, North I' chance elevating themselves to rank, ,,
    mee-tin" st. ,
    i. I.tt
    lt. of Missis
    i t' the
    pLs -- ia .i..I.; 'y. South its Bultimore will follow, and j jx of the State, Cot D. C. GLINN, p
    at
    also
    ,
    the Baltimore; Convention, ana adoption
    to the .
    rwme'd to a day subsequent! ( er platform fr\1 i If they had selected a ma-//-. .
    1 It.1"'Ue feel a iiU r.sl ia Ihi: cr.!1fr vt the I 1 a1tir. tl.us afford e\ery'ulnntwn.at opportunity i fur securing concert of action in the matter of the [ > ibljf solution of this vexed question of a pi delegation to Charleston and a number of other power. .

    c.trJ t. ..'L\ I| for healing tht\.1,1. : in our ii.t| brinI j I Icauru.be Idoptt in case the hopes of a proper f..rlnit thus reached. P1lt.1! prominent gentlemen cpoke. The following resolutions I bearer, wilR positive, active virttwi u slier! ;.,

    : l" ----- .- _.. '! lag itt diJerttt j-ortiouso ice 1111), united and i platform from e 'Convention be With regard to the manner in which this ; were read and adopted, amid thunders of applause support the conservative spirit of the I nion, iitn)
    cordial a *o md r.. and iu The times of the a" cllhng of the is good reason to believe that he wind
    : Ice--" tIii' rMl 4'o.l MUIIV"I .1 operation upon :I j tiapl"ille. ion is received among those at Washington : luve it0}
    S .. the Mpport of a sound candidate. 1 believe cm: j 'I\'eution' arc s near together, the. same. the i a much better chance of being elei-trd
    It .ia tiiak rtiiMI e.ltlnn. I I are regarded as ultra southern men, regular iJnD Si.; !
    M I''II : and firmness and wed: be to Lth-haung tfinaku > THE BESOHTIO I (
    only require persons may delegates
    l k t i 1"lt (.ur r.. I..uel J..1.1% IU1. jtti rre4rr1 a :. L. aCu'lhl..J.| Cr i the, Soulhein democracy)' lo | but one journey. And there may be other i correspond of the same paper there, under date Kesotrrtl. That the jwople of New Orleans! of Lie competitors. The breaking i.p of ii .. j.

    ":'n.r ll.. real ('o rtulF" uri.ieli! i i. u.n.l! ( .r brins? it al"mt. (You may reel assured tlmt your good re-asous why the same persons should be dele- I of May I!, write : taining feelings in unison with tho- of the t'ni'r-I erotic convention at Charleston. li< pr..tof

    .' .; .-te U** It* L1tt4.'t.! Mr. A. I*. .!., 1 true'fri.I.J.at tlieortls-thienmen who have never I "crates to both Conventions. The Tennessee and New York resolution, the his- agricultural districts of the South, deel.ir : a sectional nomination at Chicago, etrtaj, \

    1 trk.Mark rtit.l I dei-erled you to save t html1 H.i not force I only remain to say, that the majority of the tory of which you gave in your paper of the 10th 1. They are fully per>uaded that:the maintenance tot time idea I have just advanced. lint at !
    at St. *. ;
    i' t aC9.t ') 1..1 pr 18 of rest will recommend that a Conventionof of the Constitution anti of the Union identical: ,
    tip-oil y-u (truss : I Georgia: delegation instant, has been a subject of conference here, and Ian I
    t a: .tli a fiue ... one .!ay 1at ..k. t..whie'i! l I..I cot venture pr(','them iils.si': you first indicatebv the Democratic party of Georgia; be called, and glad to to hear that Senator Davis, Iverson, I and that faithful adherence to the former ii the most more, as at Charleston, great p ,Mie JTIII. ,; ,

    "iU..I.:,mrre4rcs'ur tkaiiL. W. M.that Mr. \uur action that you are prrparr-1! .surrender I that that Convention! uffint I set of delegates to Toombs, Hunter and other Southern Senators express ,I powerful cenuutof the latter. sacrificed to private interest*, and (lie K- .: ,,

    4 'inue titc.I nigl.'ir* tl.e&ntinrl in UKJ i I J atjisicrtiofl.- 11OWELL (Ol.n attend both the 1 the UnIlmure Con- Iheui'elves in favor of it. Thy do not yield 2. They believe the conservative elements of the the nomination in the former'pl.t.v, of >. ,

    in the I s'enjJoii-liere teeming now to be I disposition in the of for in the Territories whole nation will combine to sustain the just and in their learned
    l l a j Senator T..II" whoe letter is ['ower protection slavery good enough way, eami'l}
    and it
    *> |
    I;. ii.uusx-r. ,enis 1u\.4 < flu tc lul.s1leJ the latter convention to concede something on the and the resolution in question i* consistent constitutional claims of the South to an e'na! fnrticipaliou -
    with Mr. enough, patriotic enough, and all that '
    >
    right
    :.i-..I.i.Ti-ctia I..on; l.(. (lwm J f.,1 i J'ur.agr cs Cl" quotation platform. HENRY 1 BENNINO, with the doctrines of the Senate caucus resolutions in the enjoyment of the common Territories. nor
    here will not be out of place : Chairman of the Delegation.Thus but without the executive, the icdhi.j
    ,kt jny *UM! rtt-iU-nivnt whteli thy cXI let "tl ::t I..we\r. Georgia which are to be adopted next week.It .

    aaawJWXHMictaof il.e iH-iniiutiion: H.-M iiI, i I After the seceding delegates left the convention, it will be seen that even this gentleman i, is not known whether the whole number of 3. That the Constitution, recognizing property in iron will and general virility' that are tI! ; ..
    j jKi'
    .o Wwete/ !! it i ii. uuder.-tocnl a projionilion I was made by the counsels the same course as that recommended by seceders will be content with it. The Douglas men slaves, draws no distinction between that amid any sable attributes of successful lea Jen uf ru-w -
    tlmiee.
    ..f ll e-ir :
    f retl-"ltt< very 1t1" :. deleft. Irons New York ti> the delegates from do not desire their return, and there is no indicationas other species of property, and therefore the General How could it have been thought that .
    nufal Ib wwulJ IM.t recover frv/ui th eiciteuieitt Louse the N.utl.rn States, who did not secede, Mr. :telllevl Gov. Johnson, Mr. Cobb Mr. T oULI yet of any disposition on the part of a large [>or Government, in mill its department, is bound to rh-

    but : l them. which'titiirht lead to a satisfactory adjustment of aud anti hence we nlc3t. the contlu.sion tion of ilr. Dough's friends to drop him for a compromise protest slavery to the stone extent that other property competent to overwhelm two existing crr i- -4;
    .
    d <---- these diirertiicUnder this new state of facts i irre"islibl.that Georgia ,'i represented nominee. But in the face '>( the mere blast is protected. in the Territories of the United each of which numbers a hundred or in r" .

    I. oecurriu after the &ce.iou. and perhaps consequence at from Giicago, it cannot be believed that the Democracy States. able and more available? This is no :i;- .- -
    1.1"011 :01'.1(1.'n theree-f., in (.1iiiofl, th. seceding delegate Idltmore will be divided at Baltimore 4. That the delegates from Louisiana: to the late
    ,. .,.;t?. Convention lias Illintft llsuii..t ought lo meet lily with the convention .ul Baltimore We should augur good as likely-nay as certain Charleston Convention are regarded by us as faithful lilical euniclu. Messrs. Bell and KV.T.; ?

    "." \I.s-t <.f lilit..!ii a" ,I. 1:1(1 Rs1.usLcan| -, andndeaor to .!,fiD ieh an UJJU.tl.lt -to result from the courSe suggested, i there were defenders of the constitutional rights of theelovrhoUing tract few voters from the risks of the '. ....
    National io5'aCy.t'
    time
    "Address lo
    .t. i: Wifl5it&4iitPl i : This.. : .i it...due. .to..the altered_. state, .of f.. ,to thestrLL.lt'due uniformity in the reasons given for it. Dut unfortunately St.".., anti deserve our commendationfor nominee, and rtill fewer from the rai.ks of ; iv
    : -- ----- Tliis address makes its their refusal to
    !.Js such is the Mr. long promised appearance manly accept temporary successat
    to their confederates! who agreed not ese. Stephens, for ocratic wndidale ; for the antecedent i of \\ i ,
    ., Ilj..iy. t.. HANMUAL 11.tsux jn the at last, but too late for us to lay it the price of'principles involving the very existence -
    with th(11 in principle, but who did nut secede. instancethinks that the demands of the scceders papers of institutions. candidates are distasteful to boh the great
    ur Ulr, X*. nmiiiiiaUil for VU-e J'r..Jent. If they then nt before the readers of the ftwidian to day. The address ; our ;
    they ti at Charlcs'on not to be insisted
    ,1.u1. f.i ct may expect One The .
    \ ouh upon. 5. That the fearless and independent avowal of approaching cor.test thin, .fill l.eb.tw, -.,
    lite xminf t'riUi.t i U known chi. fly I :411t cooperation of the delegntes of other is signed by a less number of Congressmenthan
    t of these demands was a distinct repudiation ofthe the doctrines embraced in the preceding declarations candidates of the .
    nuddemoora-
    democratic States in cueh further republican
    oa aet1MtufILetutte4 ,*.-' Mu.sl atid IkMigU | m'aslrC1 as they odious doctrine of was expected, but among the names are some I constitutes the only effectual barrier to the j
    | iiiay; skein nece arj for thy maintenance of (lie justtins1 Squatter Sovereignty. I i* Mr. Seward will, I think, be the1 nonuilme- t '
    in 1-S8 ( tIle U. S. in I.klaitrug- inroads of fanaticism, and affords the surest nfe-
    &ttiJ' I whose position and ability his placed them in the
    i of tin ir coustituents. true, Mr. elands alone in the
    t\nbtillli"iall lt expression of so remarkable and .
    S will
    the
    I northern .
    conflict"
    the threatened represent D'r.macnt ;
    ;. L i4iuw l Llnnu-If(.I* I lack puUiean '' course r. quirc no of .. The front rank Southern leaders and councillors, suchas guard against irrepressible --\C
    1 I Iacritel Irineil.I. an opinion as this dogma the lesd of the Black
    that Douglas by rs Republican on the slavery issue. Iftlipdeiuorruiand
    than "rJ. We I Iicv* >oted Richmond ,\ if found Toombs jiatty.C. >
    M-aredy pr | i.n. Senators Davis Hunter Mason Ivenion
    intetisity) : I .1'IIIe ,
    U should not be negatived. All the othi'rsre distiiict Th.it in view of the prospect of ao adjustment
    d.e" irre ccetary t P hold it. held as as South, unite on one man, tLat innn wll; I
    iiHiWd lUl hare l.r.dain.1 ."n.L ,'cl and TIe In that the occurred
    .cLitl- before the think in avowing a desire for the repudiation except :jnmin. advising withdrawing of the differences which at Charleston, and ted
    l.filk< MtfiMlwi 0..11.! U.*.rc the Xew Yoik clearer UliU.rc lnHuti..n. nl.l.1 Slates shall be represented at Baltimore and the considering that harmonious action will strengthen beyond all reaucat.Ie donbt. The repel
    guidance. hi Gov. Johnson
    ; it I t |policy .hl who seems disposed to leave the bond of union it is know that well. If, the the ,.
    on
    it : He l Is, rcgardoj expedient and to reassemble contrary
    ad.tI proper
    ; imminent. with considerable ( in Georgia Richmond Convention defer fiction until after one
    me ) red any the matter in the hands of
    'rIWjii"1 the
    State convention.But .
    the late State
    hat sec'iJ D but I wotJ Miggrst that a becalled Convention which mt lit commenced at Charlet-ton is kept up, and ta .. '
    IIi a* o
    -i auowvi fit N'ar evn"chti.n (pail more effort -made to restore harmony, the address
    if the State Baton in March last
    contention, to which Mr. Stephens Rouge, for the of determining
    : purpose ocratic candidates
    the lake the field
    that
    Jable in by proper authority, (lily lake we
    4.55 a Miiailer xale-*K>I &v f ru i ci Tiy refievX may : the be may 1>
    : to
    iiiiUie-Uiaj > action ou the subject! las been appointed a delegate, shall be controlledby says course pursued by the State in
    bid eternal
    adieu
    to
    l<*it |IZr 1..enaiIM He is no elcnLtery TOOMB3.GOT. It is plain that, if the Convention shall at Baltimore refe-ietice to the Presidency.The prepared an to tl.e isrtfd! r. -

    ttro i r i Imlu acd in ma of LIt States of n his counsel, (a matter which we can hardly adopt a II:1t..lctorll'latfvrm of principles before speech of Gen. ilass, on taking the Chair, tional democratic party of the Union. Ami t.' .
    Brown
    partially coincides with Mr. Slehcns think possible,) and a delegation is cent to Baltimore select its the
    candidates
    to !
    proceeding reason know that weH too. Fcrsr
    the N'orth-V/et, but o n
    [>! and cx Gov. Johnson that the South stand n.fleeting his view, then nothing but evil which dictated the withdrawal the delegations degree -
    tl>. ilidalc and New S airs .would He then, Messrs. delegates, let u* have ore ( ,, ,.
    EIg.f tan committed to the doctrine of lion intervention, but promises to result It is perfectly den r that if a of the fight Sates will have eeasedlInd, no motive concluded with the following significant sound national .
    lutellrljt&a Scvard, Vllu is will remain for refusing to unite with their sister sentence : only-a good, democrat, oj.- .

    .. unqwrtlMKtal.ly the. man of thelead. would make a rcne\eI.f..r to agree upon a platform ru"diCcatiun of the platform be desirable, the best States nor for holding an adjourned meeting at 9III is commercial Ceaseless the agitation of the infernal negro quest .,,

    1'-.tth. that accord: with the altered t-tjlc( of al Mir a and surest way to secure such modification is to Richmond.! On the other hand, if the Convention : a great city. agi- all interference in .
    form
    I lug Wxli publican dClI-LUSJldy to slavery.TW .- la'jon:: must impair and, in the end, may annihilate any manner or u .
    presented by the decision in tie Drcd case.He .- sustain the seceding If their withdrawal on re-nftsenibling at Baltimore, shall di oiut the
    delegations.
    ap|'

    Seward and the *iib.lituion! S.ol d. our trade ; whilst it i U certain that the country tributary directly or indirectly, iu spirit, word om- .! j
    of the
    o\nw o says: is repudiated, the pressure the Baltimore just expectations remaining mocratic State, to us can only find profit for its labor and
    upon
    of citizen
    the have
    LIe oHl melt U uiiacevuiital'le right to sn-l tu II..M
    their any
    *e euiiH\lat except delegations cannot fail to withdraw and n:'ite .
    It has teen in its investments assured of
    said lhat Ihe convention safety by being permanence
    remodel
    platform upon to the platform with a
    muriu.tiou that it was regarded as too we fought the battle in 1S5G and .1.'c with the eight States which have adjourned to and territory of the United State, proper!vi.f .\ \
    -.b ,
    upon wli"h we view to a restoration of harmony and there Richmond. In either event there would peace.
    ceases,
    fkVj |>Uce kfu th. a*their candidate triumphed over the Bl.ick: 1 Republicans, is ccpti- tie unanimous The slavery question, then-the everlasting theme may have become legally posfose-l :In t;., -. .
    t cua.tr fu action in of
    S tlicuan wltu it mftsfdly the incarnation ol' their! 11.1.of two constructions, and that 1 jiortion of the u then no motive for modification.. More than which can support be relied our principles by all theSUtts of the demagogue and the fanatic-tmitt be sup from which he emigrated.

    Northern wing of (lie 1 party contend that, accordingto this-if Georgia sends a delegation to Baltimore ouforea@.ngdeI.Uocratieelecloral pressed. As the institution is ours, to do with as '
    t duetrine-a, especially a* U e rc u'(* e-xpected to votes. Every one was sorry to hear of the .-. .a
    I til J..tlin..r the plalfufin, a Territorial Leg concurring with Mr. Stephens that the demandsof we please, we have neither motive nor interest in
    diiw fritn the election of Seward % ( From this statement of f.cts is it'not evident Isaac V. Fowler, our late pot-tuiaster. 1 L.
    I mig1 .la\ ruin islature may p:. |:.w* abhing slavery iu the discussing its ethics before the nation ; Free States \
    the iccedrrs at Charleston ought not to be insisted that the wise and prudent
    i1e selection of e-ce I.&* altnicted to hirn- Territories,or may( such unfriendly legislation o.urse'now to be pursued have no right to do so. heard a solitary individual, democrat cr cci.,
    :. \L nu vill 'Wle its ucefulnefs upon," they can then have no objection to by the delegations of the eight States ill to defer AU we have to do is to declare our rights
    while rich
    I elf much notoriety and elif trust. other as destroy or impair ; the Richmond plainly or poor, male or female, pak of UK atTair
    f I Democracy at the deny that platform voting for the nomination of Douglas ; so that it is assembling in until the necessity for as they exist under the Constitution, accompanied
    I ror li was a of avaiLiUlity-nothing Null the such meeting shall become any language than that of regret that (h.1-
    question poor
    it contains I deny that this clear that i if Mr. there is imperative. Ought with the declaration that ve rill hare than-in the
    .ucl Jotrn Stephens prevails no
    'i nut very ,
    Ire The rettii.g him aside for. such reason w ill diversity (opinion may exist, on this account, they not in view of the already altered conditionof Union if ve can; out of the Union if; tee vrutt.- should have permitted himself o held to iwution.
    that it be to such apparent good to follow from the course suggested.If affairs to return to the Convention at Baltimoreand [Long and loud applause.] No one ever thought Fowler
    p create "arrne in the (ricutLi of the may necessary give explanations lo be a mat ci>
    I .Ltlel lult. the nomination of aid their sitter States in the
    Douglas is the object aimed at struggle for thert'cognlt.ion
    to the )platform as may render its true The meeting altogether wa the most more than either
    Sew York Senator, extending through the entire expotitiun of sound democratic principles? May emphatic average capacity, a* a lawyer asa
    less and that olject is secured then the
    equivocal disruption at
    ;, .!tra wing of the party. As I understand the decision of the Supreme Charleston becomes fixed it Dot be that their Totes would now suffice to turn endorsement that the champions Southern Right politician. He had nothing in hyn which from

    Court, in the Drcd Scott case which has been pronounced a irreconcilable fact the scale, to purge the party creed of all heresies, could have desired at the bands of their constituent,.a manded respect in a high acceptation of that word,

    J 11 lint Georgia 1'roposes. cities the Cincinnati CU it settles We believe the withdrawing States even the ex.tretnest and to emblazon on the party banner its honored and presented a striking contrast to the apathetic but he was one of the handsomest, best-built

    : quite ctident that our neighboring State of thii The 'enton. among them, are not averse to a re union device of fidelity to the Constitution and the Unionin men
    I.-. I. I i question. published opinion that tribunal characters clear and sickly pow-\row of the DOCOLAS clique a few in New York, hi* demeanor was gentlemanly iml
    so a* to defy mIsconstructIon.Suppose .
    Georgia determined to make one more effort to denie llal either Congrew or the Territorial if that can be brought about upon a sound basis
    i ;
    i for a moment lhat in this struggle for theright night ago. dignified, and better than all, he was a fnemHi
    Larntonize the Democracy end to this end will Legislature !any |gsnssr, under the ('ls iution. but it is preposterous to talk about i ignoring the
    should again be overborne Is it A the last resolution hint all
    I to abolish slavery in the Terr'itlries. or they : not, hope of re-uniting whole-souled fellow, ever ready to- oblige eves >
    Cppuint delegates by her ilh of June Convention to taw i impairing the value of slave proH-rty| eDnc therein.any. principles upon which they seceded at Charleston then, equally plain that the delegations of the other the Democracy is not yet gone. But you may be passing acquaintance. To a personal frirnj tLi
    We that this is and in lieu thereof Democratic Stales cannot for an instant be cuss that the overboard of Dovo-
    r in the Union the of an intention to refuse to redeem their pledgeof LAS and Sqnatterism will be the tiiieqiui non of content of hi* private purse were always free.anj
    CTide&t, and the remark is bafcd upon the fact upon very point in controversy.. hlatJrmTihs Stephen A. Douglas as iU eipouner.If any
    The decision is in favor of (tie Southern constructionof wilhdrawal from an assemblage which shall persistently movement on the rartlof Louisiana towards recon no man ia New York surpassed him in zeal fur a.
    thit i i. the
    Democrat of who entertainment
    that tinguls'.ied Georgia to which invites *
    ;- every the platform. What other explanation of the Georgia determine on the sacrifice of principle ciliation. democratic party. It is well knownhere thai M

    \ Las A* yet I
    I j gthisi that course-some, like Gov. Drown and than the passage of resolution !by iJi. V a- accepted. It.-i not in the power t>( Alexander for their united action to a supposed| expediency ? every nerve to pet up something a State Convention
    1 And will not all the Democratic State thus withdrawing litical purposes, and that he did not divert a .-wt
    r to DOUGLAS
    .J tional Democratic Convention delegates to Baltimore.-
    Hamilton a
    this decision
    consider the of
    Judjje Bcnnlng, l-eeause they platform adopting Stephen, nor any other set of invn.assembled
    I and binding the as the and adjourning to Richmond be joined by In order to spoil the effect of this miserable artifice of the public money entrusted to his care (int. dm
    etlll to auicudincnt and as likely to be KOI.tlern. 11H.1 at Baltimore or where else to '
    ojx'ii IleuJe.l any palm tie! and faithful I
    from
    Southern true delegates Pennsylvania the delegate who represented the States Alabama
    Democracy, to by it, it? channels before his own was all Even tIer
    t auJ other, like :Ir. Stephen and ex Gov. Johnson. I the deci-ion of the court i in adopted D II.Lin an interpretation off Mr. Douglas on the South, or any other nan I!I I and New Jersey, from Indiana and New Nork-.iyc I Mississippi; Louisiana and Texas. at Charleston will he would not have done if he gone had,
    so, f.x.li-U(
    l>ccause they regard the demand of the withdrawing of the platform ou the very point iu dis agreeing with him. No proposition short of the j i from every one of our s'ule-r Stales where delegates I be again accredited, both to the Richmond anti Bultimore not )

    amid the Northern are found imbued with lie living principK-s of' our Convention So that it., fo possiblethat depended upon heavy political.ttictributinni which
    .4 ; States, aot indeed :as wrong in the abstract, hutS rote Democracy) ore committedto repudiation of Squatter Sovereignty, will re tore I very
    I it. what further oljection can be made to the party, but whose voice has been stilled in the minority from many of the Southern States, titers may had been promised in a few days." With th w
    with and commit and for such
    inconsittent previous ledges hnrmnny secure candidate the united
    as [ I Iltlrlrm, on the ground ..f a difference of cor.etruc- of their respective delegations ? be regular nnd bogus de'emotions seeking for ad- contributions he intended to nuke his accounts

    tals. But no matter what may be the grounds on it cot 11.do sufticicijiiv i certain ? support of the Southern Democracy. The tux ncr It W. Johnson, M. R. II. Garnctl m! .-ilJ", But: as yet, nothing is fully determined but the few did

    which the advice is based the conclusion of each is I cay be ei'u; 'however, that.tl.e rth.li.1 this fact known throughout the length anti breadthof A. J Jverson, R. Toombu, upon and the Democrats: are now patiently awaiting square ; days" not biingtbe mo- -

    1' the came. Go to Baltimore" is the sum and eubetance passed by a maj"rifyoCle Charleston Convention, the land the better.Significant.. John Slide, W. K. Svhattian, the action of the Baton: Rouge Convention. ey. Of course I do not attempt justify Mr. Fussi

    r of their homilies. That arc not sufficiently) explicit on this point ; and IConfess JefTn Davis, R. M. T. Hunter, Thoop; i1ion journal of this city seem not a ler's course. I do not even seek to palliate lit '

    city in.ee ar ar that prefer a resolution of lets --4 v L. Q. C. Lamar, J. N. Mason, ]little: puzzled: how to treat nomination or. llUL fenco. I merely wish to state thaf Isaac V. Ft r

    tG L their Mecca, the rcry centre of All pliti- _equivocal import The resolution which is un-W- M. J. Crawford, J. l'. Benjamin, and tress: TAt Baltimore. They nil appear rather did not embezzle for his ovn

    cal Lope Thus Mr. Stephens: ( to been tendered by the New York del We have receive the tt'asfrinjton Stain anj Peter K. Love, I* J. Garlre-11, inclined to damn the ticket with faint praise and money private purpo8C

    then i i.- pation, after the of the Southern J. J. Jones John 11. Reagan, will not commit thcmselvc-to itsupport until they He was neither otentalious nor extravagrHe
    opinion, that delegates orpht to l.ef greater portion Union, under the frank of the lion. J. A. Loo.uf
    S !t adjourned Convention at Baltimore. The. delegates from the cotton had : d Ice James Jack-on, J. I: Morrison, can get some further inkling of the way the political did not live Shove hits moans. Politics ant
    :
    ( tae IICel'eu of Mr. Dougla's friends anti supporters from Illinois J W. 11. Underwood. cat is vin jump. When such Southern "
    demand iiiade at Charleston by the t-ctedtrs ouu'ht which i i. believed to have Lel satisfactory sturdy friends" have ruined many a Iro&ger-inindeJ mat

    not to be insjs-tcd Harmony being r..t.re.I dclfgales from Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee, The Slate and Union is the orgnn of the Little There are representatives here from five of timeseceding foes of the Democratic party as the Eec and the but never a better one. .

    this Uf1 doubtht in toy contains that is to Giant" at the seat of the Federal Cr *reHt hesitate alx'iit giving in their unconditional .
    point, a can made :1 necessary a Government to-wit
    1 States : Arkansas Tliis is divorce
    Mississippi
    b Ab
    clear underatanjint of adhesiou to the new movement, it is hard to believe our season. ut the uiiJJle cf
    ol I whom the (
    some man larty, the frank of known
    Ilppul1.th: the fame zeal, end everywhere the same ardor can tpOI this resolution 11alr.rm.? can, I think, Seeing a adherent of Douglas Texas, Georgia, and Louisiana. The effect of their that the Union" dodge will avail to bind May every year, the Supreme Court commences

    wit which they entered and waged the contest in any sacrifice of principle, or of honor. on the wrapper, we of course looked into the paper advice unquestionably will be to induce the return together in harmonious action the fragments of sunder matrimonial ties, at the rat* of about twelve

    16:6. when the same principles were 10\01vt1 The resolution j is in these words: with no little curiosity, when this significant article .f each of these States to the Baltimore Convention- VhifKjery and Kuow-Nothingi-m. A salute wasfired couples a week, and continues to txercise its (tine
    "JUtolvetl That the citizens last night by private parlivs in honor of the
    (the United
    in this there k the ( Stale
    met :
    our
    I 1 r.liurtle le have eye That may be regarded as a fixed fact" And their nomination of BELL. lions in that line, and at about the same ratr. until
    rest us. be clear of all an equal right to settle with their property ;
    Lhme. Let upon] there be LI cause h/nJ"for casing e"iisiircat in the Territories of the United St"ll'; and TilE TENNESSEE PLATFORM IN TllEJSQUTJJ-i' Jcounsol in this respect may now be the more readily Our municipal election which comes off in June the first day of September, when Applications from
    that
    our Joof.. If, in the end, the great National under the' decision of the Supreme Court of This basis of sectional sot ll.-incntdenies either tl.e I' followed since it is positively known that (lieConvention next begins to attract Attention The so called"Americans" discontented couples begin lo fall off. There mae,

    Democratic -the strong ligament which has United States it tic A ire rcrnynie asie correct exj power of Congress or the Territorial !legislaturet will concede the will doubtless rule this portion of of than
    party demands of the cry prospect a more ordinary l--
    'I the of seceding eriupesfCalifurmiia
    long (found and held) the I'liion j j of the Conntitufiuit of L'niteJ Stales, destroy or impair rights persons or property America in the contest 1'IIACT.From .
    and controlled its de, : toodh"r-allalo: pJitio\ right of persons nor property th\ can be deetroycd within the federal Territorie ; but i it J.'s not chum Slaleii. In an able letter from Senator Iverson. Widows" Ihis season, and as the market u

    ,v isllU.y.e ve s often looked with a hope t"31 seldom or impaired L Congressional or TerritcriallegibUtion. the power (.f either to pass Frc.iallt WII fur the protection published in the Columbus Time of the 19th inst, the .Apalacbiccla Times May 16.Ilatlflcation already glutted, the article will b. no dooU cheap

    tiel a. the only I ruirty North on which to rely in ." ) of slave property. This"seems to be regarded he says: It is now distinctly ascertained that i if II1t'eUn-Endor.enlen1 unless (lie demand from the country-should ic"resse.We .
    of the
    II is understood that this resolution is the ultimatum by the great eOIltrntiv.itatt', of the Sout.h"M ,
    1 trying hours, when Con.titutioD1 rights fair compromise between the Wilmot time) whole Convention assembles at I Baltimore a Florida Delegates are gelling to hive a dtmi munJe iti'N'ew York
    were iu iK-iil. let it not be said to us, in the miJtteif of the &ntlEr States which remained in the a prohiti
    h' the disasters that may ensue, .you did it!'' InLay I convention. My opinion is t that it may 1.1 adopted tion and the slave code. platform of principle, satisfactory l> the Itct.linJStlltta A large and enthusiastic meeting of the friends as marked and distinct as that of Paris, eompoae.imainly

    1 and every Hot let not the reproach of Punic at Baltimore, and that the whole party, North and From this doctrine must result the fact of Congressionnl will be adopted by the majority of time Convention Southern rights and the Constitution was held at of rmn and women of education and U>t>
    intervention and the Council Chamber on the of the 14lh
    Territorial evening
    rest our rame. everything else has I South, 111.1 y unite upon it non neutrality : which all sound North and but who consider
    fit upon J upon men, chastity a barren virtue.
    until of Territorial inst. lIon. T. J. Epp si, one of the
    down, let our honor at least In the hope lint this may be done, and that the some questions law or Property delegates to -
    gn untarrbItJ curIe South unite"In -
    -
    can cordially Charleston for the I
    convention nominate protection shall arise, to be determined by State at large, addressed the
    the : may M bound and wife man, I judicial The Cub Telegraph.
    wreck.ALEXANDER: STEPHENS. think Georgia, and all the other Southern frtatcc, arbitrament. It is a truce, with an agreement view of these assurance, we have no hcsita. meeting reviewing the action of the Convention: ,
    1 arbitration. If the refuse and the. cause which compelled the sece.'i-lon of the Telegraphic messages are now transmitted rrpnlarly
    parties to
    should represented. in the Baltimore convention abide tion in expressing the opinion that Florida ought to from Savannah
    With him agrees ex Gov. Johnson : by the award, they must appeal to the ultimate State Rights Southern Con titnlional party. to Fcrnandina, to Jacksonm.:<
    : arbiter
    JtIII BROWN.T1 follow the course of her sisters. No evil result and to Cedar Fla. Thu
    E Keys
    There is no difference of sentiment In the South, of nations which differ. can 'I CMr. Epp s wall loudly applauded, and the action entrpriinif Csfllj5Dy's >
    as t theoljeet we wish to accomplish ; tre tit tire :cEe citations from so many of Georgia's distinfiihed Under the Tennessee platform the slaveholder is from such a step and much good may flow from it. of the f Florida delegation in seceding fully endorsed policy it doubtless.atsome not very
    tnftty in the Union if patfil/te. Our division are ; sons l--ad irresistibly t the conclusion free to go into the Territories with his property.He .- If 1 Ifarmony can be restored, it i is certainly worth an by all present, without reference to party. to continue its wire from Doctor Tywn, along Ma.1i tht
    line
    of the Main
    Trunk the YaldosU and
    in relation to the best meant to effect our object that that State will be represented in the Baltimore may claim the same protection from his government effort to bring it about ; but i if it cannot be restored The attendance was A full one, and the meeting the Pensacola and !*!>nand

    If we can harmonize upon such as are rtanaLleADJ Convention But if thing else that it is bound to afford him anywhere else reflects the sentiments of all Floridians and Southerner Georgia Kaifroa to IshIa
    adjourned any were after a fair trial then let the reBtwhere hassee.- So. Watchman.
    Tronprille ( )
    conservative, we weS within jurisdiction. Its hands are bound not to consequences *. Below we give the proceedings of the
    mayuocee-withoul it wanting t lead the mind to this judgment, it will they will properly One of in detail We know not what the "
    cannot Let. us then point primary injure him, nor can the Territorial authorities discriminate belong. the meeting : polity" t-f time company

    ance cultivate the spirit of tolerance, and impr. be found in the concluding: portion (.f an address against him or hi* proptrty. Ought not most decided and distinguished Stale Rights Democrats Pursuant to call a large enthusiastic meeting, in question may be, but one thing we know the

    i which tend to Jh ide the sutII. from the of Jui1e neDnin Thh thit all desirous I Monday evening last met in the Court
    everything Hence pen gentlemanwas tatati'fit parliu of 'hnrmonyt in Middle Florida and one who earnestlyand upon House terras of their charter requires of thenj-tliat is, to
    I am animated by no fethissvfdiacord, when*! venture chairman of lie Georgia delegation and one We publish extracts from various Virginia and in this city, for th. purpose of meeting the lion. T.
    the opinion that we should have a Democratic other Southern papers, commending the eonserva cordially sustains the course of the delegatesfrom J. Eppes one of the Delegate appoiated by the build a branch of their Uleg'rapU ta T ltalia-<".

    State Convention immediately t settle the policyof of the seredcrs, and his address i is a po\rCc vindication tire and national stand taken upon the Tennessee this Stale, writes" In conclusion I will say Democracy of the State to the late Charleston Con and it is high (line that step were being taken to

    the par., in the existing emergency-not to condemn of lie course of the majority in withdrawing nltiwatnm. It will be seen that wise and temper. that with an earnest desire to tee the party reunited vention; whereupon,upon motion of John M.Gorrie, comply with this requirement The route tug

    nor censure anybody but to consider the from the Convention. The portion of tLt addressto ate counsels will in the end prevail and the Democratic I ihink that the Richmond Convention ought to D. G. lane) was called to the chair, and on motionof gusted by Ihe Watchman will not answer. A <*'

    Presidential question calmly I and dispassionately, which refer follows party may be united upon principle at once John D. Alkins, Esq., John M. Gorrie was requested
    we :
    .and decide whether or not we will to the i a just and fraternal. assemble at the time appointed, but Jtlay definite to act as Secretary. better line for the company to adopt would "LaS W

    National Democracy)' and up*>n what terz'UIt Georgia S much delegation for the, reasons for of the from the of Con the The italics are ours. action until an opportunity is afforded to ascertain The meeting having been organized, the Presi follow the Ccnlrail Railroad from Baldwin toL t'

    Convention the Mine or withdrawing the and of the '* dent in a pertinent aid eloquent manner referredto and from M.iu>
    o.ay.r.tl' dde"ates. ap- vention. To time lead this is a significant article. It tone spirit Baltimore Cou fcution. city, thence on to Tallahassee, tia
    Point others w ith definite ay the occasion which had
    the
    I ( !or ratify As to the reasons for their. subsequent conduct brought so many together son and Monticello. At Baldwin this lice *--J
    I cction of the ceJe" But: as it i is important to pre : shows a willingness to abandon the Squatter and clod by inviting Judge Eppes to the
    At the time when the
    J mecca I (I ntegriertIC Sat ioual Democratic part, from the withdrawing it delegations retired Sovereignty" dogma. The Tennessee Platform" Can Title be True stand. Mr. Eppes reviewed with >ur people the connect with Jacksonville, Cedar Keys, Fernaojic
    Convention taken all
    ) we ought! rrprcsci.lt-d in the a.ijourne meeting ah Accomplished fuel, the was platform by questionwas as to which the Stales alludes, is in these words: We clip the following paragraph from the Washington history of the acts of the Charleston Convention, and Savannah, and would place Middle Florid IS

    iifu.ion at Ihilore: the country The i is in polilical poril; ; all(.our surrounding in setlled, and in the that manner before elated. The r sozi'etz, That all the citizens of the United Daily Globe of the 17th inst. : told Northern in* people Democracy.UK dictatorial style pursued by the connection with East Florida, which could aot L*

    call for calmness and wisdom in council, .prudence question, therefore, for the retiring part of the Georgia States have an equal right to settle with their property The Chicago Press and Tribune says: It is Mr. Gorrie being called offered the following done by the other route except ia a rojad-aloat.

    and fu mne in Alton-tht guidance of high, de I"li.I 'U. how Let to counterac the in the territories of the United States' and thatunder reported on what seem to be good authority, that resolution, which, after upon discussion expensive way.3T .
    participated
    foinprvhens-ive and .1i inttr.teJ Etala,manship.- ttect(r ,' of the on tle 11.t"or" the decision of the Supreme Court. w/uVA vretoynize ex-President Fillmore has signified his intention to in by Messis. Rogers, Wood and Holland, was unanimously m
    question ? And of them thought at a correct the Conxtitution the nominee of the Chicago Convention S
    The defeat of the National Democracy I he the mot trpofitiuH of support adopted: At the Know Opposition
    I triumph of Seward and '.i. IJrmiJonl'i us they ought to take counsel in the Datt.rith theotiierretiringdetegations. MTrilEBTUEIB BIGHTS OK LESsON OR PRortMT CAN BBIIKSTROYCU whether it shall be Bales, Lincoln, Chase, or Seward. Jlcinirnl By the Democralic party and the eili- Whig Nothing American
    It Bi'tmor <">
    i rave: the former if we can, a* jhe best means deflruy AcorJirg1)they joined OK IMPAIRED BT CoNCBEasioxiL oa TEERITOBIAL A Buffalo paper had previously mentioneda zens of all panics of Franklin county, that we fully Convention, which met at

    the other. The experiment i i. worthy to L, those After delegations the withdrawal in a of the eOlvtulln. LEGISLATION." similar rumor." and cordially endorse thecwurse-of the"Delegateso( the 9th instant John Bell, of Tennessee, was nose

    .4. raa.ie-and made in a fraternal spiritlchfrfslian from the Convention and whilst retiring delegations Tliis resolution clearly negatives the favorite Tliis report can scarcely be credited. It looks this Slate to the late Charleston convention in nated for President, and Edward Everett, of Mai-

    -s1 abiding IWI|> that thcstorm will subside and the I'' in separate convention, a deposition they wee to concede sitting doctrine of the Illinois Senator, and if accepted by like too great a leap from the position of his Alba withdrawing from said convention. chuselts, for Vice President of the United 5tJt

    tq fi 01" ship* and of National under flowing JeDortY.ti *,gliding will ride upon proudly quiet something, vn the sulj.ct of Ihe platform," item i his friends, will be nothing less than a fter back ny speech in 1856 to be bjieved possible. How. this[lion meeting motion hereby of Cvl.return Holland their was thanks resolved to that the If we take into consideration the tniabor"cf s1e

    J into fl'r with the fist; of victory streaming from to have entered into come of the Northern delegation wards," but a step, we are free to admit, in the ever, we shall not be surprised if the mailer turns j Hen. T. J. Eppe. and rough iira to the Florida parties attendance en that occasion, this miXt

    low la t : .d. IlEl CHLL V. JOHNSON. Time! New York delegation tendered a resolution right direction. The history of the resolution thus out as slated. Mr. Fillmore Las always been weakin delegation, for their defence of the principles of th very projrly be called The ,Dry Dona <'* *a****

    Ex-flov.; Cobb would send delegate t both Bal which i i" in the following words: endorsed by the Staid It given by the New York the knees" on the-slavery question, a* his record I constitution, the South and Southern honor, at theChnrlestou We are not po te'l as to how either of thsi**?*'*' ''.

    tiniore and Richmond-to Baltimore, because lie JUtolitd, That the citizens of the United States Journal of Commerce as follows: abundantly 'hows. lIe has told lie country at convention. risen stand in. regard to "Squatter fcjutereiitn'r'
    ( believe that renewed effort .for have an equal right to settle with their in least S Upon motion of Cl F. Stevens, it was resolved We have not had time to study their IIi.COrJ finf: *
    a settlement of property For the purpose meeting the subject in a 'p"rit : once that he signed the Fugitive Slave Law that the Apalachicola Times, Floridian end "'
    Journal
    the difficulties whi h led to the the Territories of the United States; and that, nc. of fairness and to provide for event whet have their nominations for thee important"> U"B1"
    ( disruption atCharleston. after an arduous struggle and then with at Tallahassee, and other be invited
    "great to
    des the d.ci-ion of the papers Moriasoa
    Supreme Court of the United occuned since the memorable copy J'otfioi. Jfay 17. -
    ." will *ucceful-.-and to Richmond campaign of 1856. and in his letter the Union I these proceedings.
    to
    b Stales which the pain ; great Meetingin
    we recognize
    I as correct the leading men in the Convention and think 'Our "ia SaturJ
    Circuit
    we motion of H. K. Simmons Court
    ep.ition Upon th. adjourned
    In the contingency that such efforts shall f-iL We of the Constitution of the United the city of New York, called to condemn the meeting ad
    i Stt 'We rightly a large majority of *
    letltr may say delegate, journed, giving three cheer for the Hon. T. J. law, after a session of three week /JUWM
    : ( an extract from his letter: the right of i>crons nor property can be stood ready, and stand John Brown raid. h. travelled of the *
    al.tt L ,1estroye now ready, to adopt such out way to :Eppes, and three for th* worthy Chairman. was brouglt lo this county from Holitf* whet"

    ip4 I bare thus briefly n/lude. to the difficult! in or imlairt )Cngeional or legisla further resolution or resolution to avoid any seeming proclaim to the South We are all anti slavery at P. G. RANEY. J'rtUbnt. was indicted for murder obtained a eta > O "J

    the Clmrhfton e couvcntion mid the causes which tion.Mr. of Tennessee in the shirking of responsibility on the tuHect To the North aa well a* to express hi* devout gratitude i. M. GoaaiB, Secretary. Due, and has been taken to Calhoun enu >.-'6l*
    bringing fact this end various
    a* matter for consideration Ju.'lrt proposition were informal made
    ''t.tll. In'l proper before said lie God that the in Kansas had Cato slave indicted wWe! ne.
    the course of action which the proposed to offer but that offegrd in convention Tuesday May lit, to struggle ended a for Rape on a

    ,! (h l.1 r tt norrey I1inil Georgi upon| ought now to pnr ue.. the r"Slutun. whenever the piop r opportunity by Mr. Howard Tennessee, commanded most at in favor of ." Yes, indeed-the M moo'et The Washington correspondent of the Boston tried and found "Guilty" at our last -<*VV"t *J j

    $5 As llw time is r tliort l before the re assembling (Ieurrcc t1.e ultimatum of the Sotlh." And Mr I teniomsavmdhmad the opportunity function upon It President" rather shaky" on the negro question Traveler states Limit it i* reported thereon the taken to the Supreme Court by writ .* ft0j at
    Rn 't-ll. tle Chairman; of Ihe an- trial awarded 5 .
    again
    Virginia occurred would flare been new was put ape tf"j .
    t- s (4
    : l : cmiiutu-1, for Hit M.irch couvcctUii to re I i'siimLrin tVl great a stranger there a! some weak minded p o.pi aeeept (he position aligned to him upon the Buititnore new trial and change of venue, and ha*1 1 *en t**

    Att il.New Yt-rk cdal.n lie was in j Lave an equal right to settle with their property in ? fancy. ticket S to Calf'.oun.-VjicL ,


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    BY TELEGPP1LI I II. Lctlrr W from' i-.Kois.' ,-a5 !it' Tooiub From tie JacVstinTil'e; :- Kepuhlican.- -
    VMay 10
    (.,_\ru.iiui :-\:oir: 1:i. t. r ,.1| th. 3th in.t, t8M. Terrible llallroad Accident Ao HAYWARD SE.W GOODS'
    tin.
    viia
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    : l 1'I.I Jy r.',ived. :11.11! w,,.d.ll. lwu :
    I \ TIKKUHOPA.: I FR M E nw I I It '\1' I.efor reIIjjd I,, Tkree Pertout Killed and several Wounded! ;

    .. p_ aholl 1.uLf'r r lay the OjiiitSt fact: !>I. "t1. PS I 11.lIl"!, ."1.111.!r.ut'd; lit an ltr, a.j,.,',, (., : We h.ive this week to r .'ortllh lrss neria us net iilmt i-

    .\! ':! .\1. "-: .. (11. TII''II (IUMIOI1S1..11 I'I .:..'\.. t'miU..d;',,up"' II,5e I lt.i lisa happened los |>a''rnger train ..n the' FOR .

    c. .'I.kIt .d.'r.-.I' I Sj; "'1.,1'uul.I ha, i > I..t. .,, 10'G.. C K:iii..i! : I..t'n'put.. : .
    I .IaoeJ tlefot'.tll-: t 1.11'. ; ,' : .11.;,1 Iaai,5; I'en ,1..tiO.d\ I City,11t'1in.lln to .iCt! .I."m ab..ul j.e; e-n 1I.1..I'If M! lunJay this morning u<', SPRING & SUMMER;

    : J I: ) .l :u' the"". Jat'al4t:1a': 111".ItI.t it L.',.1. 'l'j ou a bl id a number sit! rattle hcvtii in.i tr-: .. The city en :enc'surstenti netr. -- STAPLE GOODS I I,.

    11.vm liil Slip I I $-fear* I 1..9'L.: ..! 'ii:, .m'..,.. 't.t ut v lout, I temp-vd: clicked the f=p eJ of the tram,but percviv- AT THE 1 1i 1i I

    .: d. \. !M.W*! .- .: | hrStfiotl. ......" II. j...,.,..,:ir,. lor tW !Jte "prl'. tug th.it it "'as impocbiblu to da so before reaching i:I
    l.i:' i i: 1- 1..9.'I.; c"I1""n.t,11 Ih.'rn. termincd, to rtnort to the other '
    x. expedient ofI
    Sri : ..1.1111.: .
    lit I i1! ;:l.w .J,,,.,, I i :
    .'. .'11",1.1"1,1\ :1. \ t'.,.k t..u..:. ur 1-ki.ble t-ijscucei,1 the itCM.'y advance f.r.'l. of ?? I ufin full ".p<-(..1| .t! crd t::us llirnw t'.e' cattle fully CASH & iiiALHAnbfc HUuiAo-; ; ;
    sound clear ol the track lie successful thia flW&I.
    .',j lu:t t., tiv.i ; c-H.-tiiutu.tial ,ps-ti. s'p| ]t.1"1'1"1'* the lime in was manner LT&7O1I -
    the .
    in ached
    may uml
    pa ing tr saftrly : it tbelolltolle -
    ,i' I .;: ,&L \TT') : M \; :, I'. 2 1:1t.f t.- n..t Kite t. ve: '..r tie nttainment$ of the full meat of ILe cattle, on striking which a portion of its body OF: -

    ..: .- "', ot'lt:.' ,\t.! .U.I) UII ;:,tflO 'ii,It.. j wvofour tosstilttii.siis1,.! l rifrliu; ; j it may not hare WaS throw o under the forward whrt!. of the tender '
    te.1. .:. ntd LXIlur. tsen |l.-u'nt! n the part of the representatives of which wa, instantly iifccouuevtitl from the .
    engine GROCERIES,4'C.
    ; : -i.1I1. .Jj' evcnIei. Stales t a lute tanuioned ajid ; G. \ill SCOTT & CO:
    presented anJ
    thrown
    flOw
    t''zttdS. 'lite ir.ar the track. Next followed a box --I.- I
    car
    K ofr UDMhbtruili ;
    I II> .(! (I !t.iitc! % ] Ihe .Utwy i il.ie a. is contained in .
    llo'dcr- ffet in what i .. which was a small lot freight. Then came the I !
    <
    ,. ,loliattyii.d' ; .Ii tts. 'mnhll.ly11..1 the Majority platform
    : in which there eleven
    l 1..lt .1tllU' IttulillltO>-i'i.Mj to Lut"I h et. i e i- .a"tl.u Mii.cti (frvrlr
    !L4
    ; .: i : pee the Conductor and Brakeman, the latter of .
    The .1.... I'tidax. tin- 4th 7 :llv ,:J'i 1. etsi:.U."U..I.II. "well'iu stand by and whom was at Isis the in the '
    ,, .i.! ''. : on jot on platform rear of
    i
    I' ..f ..Li.. .. .Kt i. ,"s' .Ih! a;.it'H'J'lIt'rm: ; of the mli.'rIty. I the ear. In the rear of the -/ tT car Every Variety Goods Required '
    came
    j.,_! k :..-1..J 5 10,01)0 l.a-6! i S. ru- i : -t'oliii.'drlecatM.liJthi. : ) "ithi anlv I cats !oai( ..d with aned luniber pa and trucks leadtJietllt several -- Mess Pork Hams, Sides, Shoulders, Ain .
    i! j\: "..kM t. :4 UM h jt'-N the I tirmnvc. alt I IA.'pruvrlh.'IrnClion."rLIU .
    :,! : ; 1 the I*sij rouuJ tigt The be this Market
    C'IIIk-qul'nee ram- :
    nnj
    !,. tlnu.Jj j ibftmitauun I 's5t I"-u At.lt t.ottan: I bdinelhc
    :::1! : i : i' ly iII/agio. A Urjc number ofthe.e ht'BYilIUlld. .
    .:, -;.,- .AmoJean (..Ut'iI ,::n-s a ;', majority' : i-atl! ra. ua Ut-t >i.ly) acceptable to A maj I ed lumber and log truck in the rear ineUt.tljr came Flour, Whiskey, &c., &c. -w- .5
    I ">rm ol' t -' : *. tat also to
    .t. a
    l\ ; majority of the rushing forward with almost lightning tedcrushed I
    4.-. .y.a ,.:!t.,. \I dilute-! i tW 514C'ie.tIh.h hate been taken rapidity, .

    ;iculnr rfji>ita.=J-nts(v cif "N!t o-i !I,: ,.'!;:, l It! i .:u ... it mgl.l| n.t to have l per daJaU the f paj t'ger and box cars into atoms, and Ladies Dress Goods
    >e n lumber
    logs, fragments of car and trucks,and : Terms Cash ,
    :/ulr.ic-: ; Z ,! ..ilbrl. t-y .. i..nt! tiw.t wf Joresight or contri I wire heaped up on the track and on either panengrrt on Delivery.TitlaliassFe '

    $,tN.J.a.Ms.-liywtyof! [ > 'it::< >. fciJo f almost ilit'si "
    : 1. e> it in ticabl"-C'ul1fusion!
    ,. Sak-s tWjy 02' MWO !' 'I U 'i ia ert.M. tLnt t!.e .Vnioeralie party hitherto, Strange tu but tinee of the thirteen I
    I .-' '' :- :: Ln\c :1in.wd! t'e: ur My. personsin May 12ih, 1800. fRuiiMoXn HEAVY DRY GOODS
    rise4ple inimention
    | by4'Itigrcs and bout the ,
    killed IS'i-t
    .ad passenger ear we re
    'x:1-'I. --- --- -
    IIIL4I ( ----------- --
    ,, 4t 111..ul.rs with .: U !. in ,
    : d .aiery. : the! Suites and Tcrritorirs
    person heWfvertsjape-d ith'iut i .. less WIIITK. I IDrs _
    X. bionT
    more or
    '_'1::" I,,!,'"TIbe tiuiriii-t rlo<4ii; teadr.i.i'nrc ; but nt** |I't1rnI! ib.it I i. has' ever a' erted injured or in some minntr br,,ised. ; GAI".r. RONEY & LLOYD'SI'ATEXT '

    : -,' dull *".! I'jovisirtos (rld.t ; the*right cof ILe illterv.'IIi..n.Ii": .!. ayti,*t larery by the stlUr Till prnuns killed were George I* Bryant, Ci hier Gardner & White, I IC SOl'THtlS PLANTATION GOODS; '.
    I.JK.II ptt .nuiu t ither before aftir
    ". TheMeaiti4iipli or a Uaiik of$ Juhnii
    I ": : t. this
    11: \n vn: .u( m Aiithony Molt
    dy
    I 1,1 I ; fiiiBBOil8
    t -rrit iu.d UM s resiJrtit of this Lice and Sit pl.en 'oler- TnE\LLI
    iJ arrived ;it imvuto\vn, | :EIw.rwi
    : > / : *.\nxriItul ,tliu i" in trulh the dovtrin" .
    real'
    I Iluldby thl, or St. Johns County lloriJ.i; futuerly! of New. a'-'ociate l Ihcmel f.i4 the practice o! !
    ." ;'j :il Uvt.r1$14bI.| use! i> 1"l': )' det-ire to intiq' ljte | Urn.N. C.'fltuass nAVK Iide and Sargerv.Miy .

    '. ''install: ll-for.i Hill lias j It:15.,1 I a iJu, pjrtjre**l n tilt t-to make it it*rule action. I lloharts! of Ilam.Mjn;: County, formerly 20.. I 100.: 12 i

    \YY 4.111 m* 1 Ii.: ,,' tt.t. Ti-at f.''t I b\ &jiut1ly| t..utting! tithe road lijiuwm, .
    d .1 :;< u. I I Agent at ; w IidH'U..ly injuredhis

    l L .,t'' '.>:. \ llt>M.i. tit:...! in tlie H.HIWJ of OUt hare",drfoixM'ney.Th. ii xiilii< 't"I1.I..f abilin this ai..l!|1".ltieal"IOIIIIOII z!.al. have: ten- j' left arm being toO bad'y! n.utilatcJ as to reeleraniputa'.ittii TE I AND 'p

    I I.;.i--. tint tin ngStrJi: !; ; |>rsftts fur tl,'rod ck the I.it. aud d.inanJed it* acceptance ; it critical! situation
    : '-KM: ol tliv S.tu Juan lili.-ijji( hut: can IH. louder It uruiJed:-jther with safety or he n Col.! John G IJtJdoik, of this County besides PUBLISHED AT AUGUSTA, GA. "f HYJfMH'I 8

    :. .', '< iv 'i< I li tire .\I "ii>.tii iotcrjuiK'nt or. I acc.-J.t it, an.l will ire it the saint Jettrmint'ol other injuries hart his Icy t-roker.near the thigh. Although .* 'I ,, ,

    ...lure:' attain in lepard to it d'-i..titUili vLfcevt-r cppoijtion and h with- \lu-hl bare ever met it, in a hclp' &s condition his wound ore not
    the hit ilu- ii revtr |.i itented. considers of a dangerous t-haractcr. J. C. Folsom Onthe26thofMay
    i i I. i''jiiy at' Mr. CASS to After the ICeCtiuII ilcl" ahs lift the t tWILL
    ig : convention of St. John'. County,had his left shoulder dislocated BI ISSLTD TOE FISST MMBER OF I Embroideries and r
    it it ulI.lentooJ Hosiery
    ic'i.v .
    it"-; ; a proJbvains.n vat made by the dcl- .
    ,,
    sustaining serious internal injuries. He is I S
    ,:.'i i't.I mlitir art unrlianp C'tt! era; :." front New \sik to the Ide."tl's front some THE SECOND VOLUME II ,
    well however
    |
    cluing Samuel 1 K. hope and wife fDrooklTille. I
    <
    the .
    uf &Jutt'rn:
    tlt oJ1.
    If .' i trunblcs in I f. .i.w itt secede wniciiuii THE I
    'i .0:1: aie ruuao.-i- r \ Hernando County, were considerably OJ .

    I ;bt lead. L'nJir to a tsti'lictory this new state n.ljwtmcnt>f facts of occurring these differvnccK bruised. Mr. Hope's right shoulder was dislocated, SOUTHERN FIELD & FIRESIDE. I BOOTS SHOES
    but he en me off otherwise sound limh. Mrs
    :' ,,1. ;.:rt:1tt'd II rfi.Tr.lf UflI1V. after tile seccrion! and peiliajk in in Hope's .
    : I consequencethenof left foot ,
    mashed
    but
    was
    "eH., If \ ,lk a" .1r.1t in opiuiou, the considerably fortunately not r
    1 \ I my seedint: delegates ought
    /10) a* to render amputation necessary. E. L. Dill, ri IIE mOt distinguished Southern writers will
    to with
    in meet the conviction at
    BivaJstcC
    'J 1 i i. f,,!iuBfd: advatieiof I II dearor tw obtain such Eviraore. and en. tVnductor. Messrs. H. AV. Gower I>r. A. M Subal, 1. adorn its columns, constituting nu unrivalledgalaxy AND
    an
    asjii'4mea
    This is
    I ..Ik'<- v. !' caose a etMK.-cija] of the export i to the altered state of f.cts- the! n"'r.tuJeof; due theo ant l avid> Stiatton,"ere- SJrn.\\hat bruised. Thy of talent. I Jtziia .

    1 t''m tn r.iij-i' .II''.. I >B"'jnonce3 inonJ! in the *tiu,.;k-_due to their were rtunately able render those of their companions LONG STREET, .

    1 1 IKIV i c'I I.t-i; i:!tBrw l hare utianinirtaslja I contakratM v.Jio n.T-el! \\ih tlioui ii principle, who f.ired v\orae much assistance before SIMMS.

    I.:.11 H'l\iir!;I die ianl'i! Cotton : but who Kil no* s l'-. ,.i. If they' huthl'n fail l. oth reached the rpot. KEXNIDY. t rWXNG
    :';')'<;;'. .1! a m I So soon n* lu'elJigeuco of the calamity reached C OKE.
    nt Ica-t
    ..t'u"tuiU'willI'r.III' they: may xi t.ct Jo KOUIC the I
    .
    \lo\llItll i r law nml ;i.1L lie .> the delegates i f othir d '.K-cratie xopen.t".i'if ( twit, Dr.. trots, Stocle, D.ilJvvm and lIull.lOdl'ro-[ TURNER, I '
    > taUt '
    in sai'i
    '! !v ;<> into tif.-ct: nil tLe! .il: oi :)lay. I further measures an th.-v may t eem nocot (fur I crtvlol V> the Cone of ilisaster and rendered touch TI10MPSOX.1XG1CAIIAM., ..PJL JiLl I "

    ''i; \/-i, M ur is tiitf! Ski'Lu* to tiuitv tbtir the maintenance of the jut aud COD tiLl.t.iUlUi try rights! metlicj) and fur<.ical aid as was 1I'Ct' 1'U\. The I

    uuli ::tiiui.i. .of their consUl uet.U II noui.de-l were well: cared for and wire brought; to IA YXE- .
    < < 'i i. ? This course require! no saci:.See of principle.! TIle to-vu where they oil! c-Jiitir.nc tJ receive every [r-- Also, the most popular writers of the South and I' .
    Mule uttctitkn.3prrial. writers of established I
    proposed li.LI1.I..nJ Convention ecp'lciallj many Lady literary .
    if it shah be I und
    'bgo! fct'tnthm. necessary tn bold it. can be held after as \\&t as reputation, 1 ill contribute to lie fot th eoisin:\<>1uuie. 1- C.A1L'J !

    17. Stcittven Ftatos: are t before the liildmore Judge LOXGSTREET will furi"h a rcies ot
    ( \ .1. May C.\nHntion.llnd. I tliiuk, m th

    ., i IM il.: ., tmv 8i4rn. 81' _\lU'5 cKiirer lights for its {ruMance.; : If this policy dill i, 1 llotirrs.r.ff GEORGIA. CIMJS I OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING

    :. >. t tV! unt'i<:jti.iti aj">| I \\'lmlJ) m got that a contention of thin r. The e will with a Tale by
    Ija I pnrtyraUtti A C.\l }-Hie Legislature of the! State of open
    J iLat the
    ". !it ji .'Xji4.clt! lotingsti l.y Use prjcr authority that they may tike G i iti.i hiving parsed: the folloscitig .Act at iu session JOBS EbTKN COOKE, author of "The VirginiaComethinns."te.entit1t'd CORNICES & CURTAINS,

    ..: .!:.". .iU! eouc'IN"C
    ;. \'. ::i, pr'.l&b: !', 1td. 'lTc nujoity patty or otbtr uveMiUy can ever induce me to gIve: within its jurisdiction after the Ut day of June, W.TEli"-1. ; Tale Oil French War Hardware and Cutlery

    !\ tta a.t..tt-d.! my a r sent to any declaration cf principlis hi h 1-iftO; we will, on that d t.iy, rt'IUOour entire bu ino. i- *f J j ,

    affirm or admit, directly or by necessary implii itk ..* to AVilniin ton. Ikljniiro.A TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
    C .. \';", May 17 The l KvpaUiean Con- .D, that there i i-t any ti;htful power anywl.ire, '' \ ,'EDDY* CO., AVilmip-ton. Drl.Owntr ] : ; S.
    tabled Ui! of die Com exclude elsie of the ?'* JL YI.auIN l NAILS IRON AND; OIL
    I' ',1: i II ItIV! ; ? report I'r.pt'nrem any portion pit and M.inasj.T 1 of the .laviare, Missourian 'D\'AC ,
    c .> 1 C...-.Jt.tltias. Hatfonn rt'J101 too is lie ,-: the limits t>f a !,".r<.ipi State, auj by l heauthority. time paid for. I
    and tfjc.uird RIGHTS to this PLOW iu
    !HItck! KejwiWier.n. a lively AN ACT 'rNDIVlDUAL use
    -
    I ::1.1' ,\ No order for the attended uril
    Ibi pl.iin principle! of equality a.vxtii to '* aecom
    'l--,'>!U) !: UJMIII it 'Hie Coavenlioti !ll.cniniiii !: Landed ju>tieu >huh! not l he bartered away To repeal all laws and parts of laws, authorizing partied by the money.rapr JA lE CARUNEU.! _J 1_ Leon couuty FRANCIS mM by PAYNE, Black>mith.Tullahosee G ; t Ea E "

    :. 1! to i..wt ou 1 Friday inorunj;. 'Ihe oren: put iu je 'parJy. fur the gale of party bari.i .. Lou..l.id in the State vf Gejrgia, and for other May 26, J680. -1 Projirietor. May 12, I860. 20

    I' d': "' ".<. I willl.e\\ no part3to such purj'oses.Siiruv .
    of New \ork. 'a ornjintt.: his al\\:1)1 true "i vloiii and statts : 1. Tie Gmeral AwmUyjrtf Georyi I iI' and SKWAED, Executors Administratorsand PI.TII'I'AND
    I : ii-, inaiis-btp) fj adopt the .<*t attllnnbI; men url", uliJer enact: Hint from and after the first day of June, ,

    ( 'ii,< %v.u, MavlS.-'I1.c flack UrpuUican all the (.irentiiManec> vf <'a .h case, tending to protect ITighteer. Hundred and Mxty, all law and part of -0-- Guardians .

    ( ,',, ,,'it'ion mJoptt't11l'i: Platform to tiny.r' to str -n:tbcn, or to advance tIle policy soughtto laws authorizing Lotteries in the State of (teorg'a, ISTo. 3 Station.
    sections. It be c-labliti! Truth ijoftin']auylitercd in tho r the vending of Lottery Tickets in said State, I evid U. B. HARROLD, Ex ., or those it may con ARE hereby notified that unless their Annual
    of sixtocn diitinct TO '
    -!tS house and i by the band of it* friends. by a struggle the same are hereby repealed. ct'rn A TRUNK was left at the above button are made by the first day of June, all Agricultural

    c '!, !liI is the restrictions on Naturnlizaiioiiilu for that which i h impossible to slay, but which tiay Approved by the Governor December II, 18:3. on the ICth May, perhaps the above named gei.tle- commissions on such letums are forfeited) by the Implements.

    :'"> :; )". : doctrine of Squatter. easily be accomplikhcd to mOl'roIt sometimes May 19, 1860. 2I-U man caD describe its contents and obtain it by payingthe law. A. P. AMAKER .
    -- -- ----
    llomoicad bert to a of if have __ incurred tLis advertisement. May 5, 'CO.-19 Judge Probate Leon Co.Planter's .
    and Law. by
    : i :_"i'\! favors aeeopt part our jUt rights, w e can exp.nse
    --- -- -- - --- -"
    ; the 1'acilic Hail Uond.i the residue unin-paired: and tinconiprvmitted by the fROUP. May 26. 22 THOMAS WOODRUFF. -
    \ :,:i1! Imj'roieiwtfts, A large assortment of t the above articles
    partial installment: but nothing can justify a voluntary Children are often seized suddenly with this Hotel .
    '
    J Trolective: Tariff.: Either ScwAau or very
    :
    t surrender of pnnciples imlii-pcnsable to the 3is ise, which if not quickly reliend.lrov.! fatal For Sale Subscriber constantly on Land and sellingat
    ., will be the tiowine.t. having purclmwl
    !.' and honor of
    i safety the bute. It is true, we are It :en.rally attacks children in the night after TIlE
    PLANTATION known .De Soto" 1 above Hotel, reppectfally infoi a..S
    1'.::. '4.0, May IS :I \I.-1.e Black surrounded with danr-but, I do not concur in hat,ig been much exposed to damp cold wind TIE as lying his friends and the in; :II : the
    East of Tallahassee it consists 0(600acres ms public general -
    the that the the Union is ** ;
    opinion danger to even
    thrc gh the clay. Damp houses, wet feet, thin
    .;. 1 t'.Lc| ins nominated tho Hon. ..tnit.iztntS of cleared land and 210 in timber. that it is now opened for the ac-
    Lowest
    one Our ditwrer
    our greatest peril greatest to- shoe*. wet clothes that obstructs Cash Prices.
    or anything
    oi' Illiiiois to d.iy oa the third Lai- per- New & to comnWation of PERMANENT and I TRANSIENT
    : Jty, is, tat: the Union trill tuntic the Constitution. spira on, occasion Croup. Mothers I quarters c. Apply .
    .. :i, I itt r candidate for t'uc I'ri-fidt-nc, byiv The jn-tat body of your enemies in the North who childr are may liable to be taken with this dread your complaint C. n GAMBLE, BOARDERS. O. C. TOWNSEND. March 24, I860. 13 _
    bate the Constitution or T. PERKINS. Tallalawec, Arril 23, I860. 18 If -- ..
    : Tlio iion.iiiation afi and duly trample it un.l.-r
    ; '- ( of two. was .t a time when you leas expect it; but it is .
    ; .''i L'-i.! :. unanimous. th -ir feet, [jirofeM an ardent attachment to the [u' not nlvAys ti doctor can be called or remedy foutd Tallahassse, May 26. 1860. 22 DISSOLUTION'OP- SPRING TRADE.1Q692 l .
    ion-and, doubt not, feel such attachment for a and for'his reason we would advice you now, and .

    ( !< \t.". May IS, 10.13 P. :\.-Tho lIon. union unrestrained by the Constitution. Do not withon a moment's delay, to buy a bottle of Dr. Valuable Plantation in Leon Co-Par'tn.01 sh.:1p. ':

    S ,1.I.i I. UALIV, of :Maine, was this after. mistake )'ourrcnl danger-it i i" r'at. Look to the Eaton's Infantile Cordial] ] It will cure every case FOR SALE. r| llE co-partnership uf Carrell t Maxwell is this .

    S j iiniiiiiiatod; a* the Black Uepublicau preservation of your rights. The Union has more of Croiij if taken in time; and also all coir.plaintsattendinr Jday diM'ilved by' mutual consent and all persons "',V7"E are r..i"inbrge and well siUeled

    ,'..:la.1! fur !! \' trien-1 than you hate: nnd will List at least as longas Teething,Convulsions, Coughs, Cold, etc.It THE Plantation known as the .\Vhitater place" indebted to said firm are requested to call and V V SPItING STOCK,consisting of .
    !<
    :
    is offered for sale. land lies
    continuance will be with 8 miles
    iz.2.etiencY. compatible your is s.. all Messrs. The
    .1.11Y\ respectable druggists. abut settle lluir accounts by note or otherwise to D. B. Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Dry Goods,
    of and consisU of
    taftty. Church d Dupont New York, are the proprietors. North Talahanee. acres of MAXWELL, who can be found at the old stand,
    ';'. J. LUT.U: -,MIUIVAI. OF TIIUAD11IATIC. 1 am, very truly, your friend and fallow.citizen, and also ace' agents for "Dr. Uronson's Blood Food," a good LnJ as there is in Florida. The and who alone is authorized to close up the businessof (;ro trie.", Iron, Nails, Trace i- Fifth

    It. 1001IIW.Tt which for CouMimptive and Chronic diseases is a dwellings and buildings are in fine condition the concern. W. C. CARRELL, Chains Stretchers Bacon Sand

    > Messrs Robert CX-lIiiiB, John J. Gresham, antI sure rcmei:... Do not be put off with any other and are unusually good. Te property is offered for May 1, 18CO. D. B. MAXWELL. .

    olLern. article Write to Church tf DuPont, New York sale fur division among heirs. For particulars -0JJAVING Flour, fyc., tkc.., J-r.., ,

    -- rotten CJoM-d Quiet if you canno-ijet them in your own town. C2F"S:e apply t fold my inteiest in the partnership of And for sale cheap by BOND A CO.
    From the Florida Sentinel May 22, t'CO. H. B. WH1TAKER. EnfielJ. N. C.
    -- --- advertisemciFor ealeby Ames et Lively. 1m L & MAXWELL to former LloydMarch3l,1b60. Ii
    Accident the Pen. & Geo. R. W. GAMBLE Tallahassee Fla. my ____ ]
    IDth. The on R. or ,
    steamship
    NiwOUK E
    : May partner, D. B. Maxwell, who will continue in the

    \ ': ::.atir has crrircd \\ith Liverpool dates to \Vctnesday! last as the Excursion Train was returning tender Tin flower.FEXALI U OAxi7.iTTOH MIT of the sex Is enter often Into cs marriage frail a* relations that of a Ma*}The 26, 186. 22t Iri- same business ; I solicit for him a continuance of that Saddles, Harness Bridles, .

    ", from St. Marks it was thrown from the trackat about being ab]..ta undergo the labors and trials of ruiiUTnitf. # Mercury please copy patronage so liberally bestowed upon the UU firm
    .t'i. bill
    forbid nod send | SALE DT BOND A CO. J
    In this oninUT thousands of young ana beautiful weekly till- to E W. Gamble.Plantation by our friends and the community generally. FOR
    COMM flRCi.L. ChaireV Station, in consequence of some careless- women are wu-nflo-d every T ear from tin cause alone. Mo*. March 31, I860. 14 ;
    nest in adjusting the switch. There were more than letter's Celebrated Atomach liittert w ill save many of this :L'c: L May 5, 1860. I 19 W. C. CARRELL.ICE I
    clan from an nntitn.ly < This medicine has been aw*! SAE
    G.
    J.'M.r-toi.! :: Gr.NCit\t. MIHKET May fire hundred persona on board at the time. Much excitement with graM brneBl \>i immense numbers of |>eoi>l0 throughout in JefPeraou ICE !!! A LLpersonswiahingIilnckburn'8bocs' L I
    : .'!" of cotton for the past three business tee republic ant the proprietor hsre received fpntefnl Oout. JL_ can have heir orders filled by tearing tbeiu ;
    : anti confusion ensued,but fortunately no one commendation Iran suctions of the country. The Bith-rs T OFFER for sale PLANTATION with BOND t XX'
    i\I -.000{ ( bales, of which} speculators took a'ber. my COOL ICE served out as usual from Ice i
    will he found lo be very pleasant to the taste even as :REAL
    was hurt Win. Dell] the fireman,who bad JL It consists of rf fine Llojd March 31 1380. 14
    rxrrpt one acres ,
    County.
    medicine,
    :. 1f11;!-! '11ie1imarketClOSClqUieL MiJ- trugf, and prompt sit powerful In It. effect as a 100 Ct.tn vT u.wat St.Marks. Send your blaukats and [
    I
    oflii legs broken 1.J' imprudently jumping from the II intll. Dew titahiv into the frame,and strengthens th. Land, 670 acres deare this 600 aces are ? ;if boxes ok furmshed .
    S -' < )M!! ans quoted at CJ:, and MiddlingI whole xstl'm, no that women 11 iso IIM it arc enabled to pothmu fresh. This tract 10 miles of the Pensa- I I by us. paekiog are Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee
    Tender. Tile editor of the Friend who board ,i without it, be certain to A. CRANE Agent ,
    was on .Uh labors "lm-h would ,
    I : iids! cola & R. K. i. well watered wid
    i: at OJ.ji procrate Iliem. bold I > all druirijl.u. Georgia ; adjoinsa D. LADD.St. SALE BY BOND & CO. t

    : I : op Tn uH .Manchester: ; nJ vicesoraHe. ill.speaking ofilicnalur)6as : large body of good pine land abounding in the best Marks. May 10, I860. 81 FOR:: March 3 1, SCO. 14

    S f f. Yarns closed with an ad- luc! in-Ii! "natioli iX"s'.s M-Aaris Ellis, the man : of Allih ly
    \
    M.osc' li'isjncss it to l"ck the ith.- UrrJ5.POnT toE W. Tallahassee. U. S. Marshal's
    \ ..'::.it.::; tCl1d ncJ'. Upon Lie head recto was tho responsibility properly of causing s" the i Jp) t1Te QMDLE i -a e copy tri Sale. Spring & Summer Hats t

    unfortunate .Mr Ucll!1 to be a cripple, pcrhaj the remainder foibid and forward bill t advertiser BY virtue of a writ of 11. fa. issued from the'I'rk' rIHEAP, FOR SALE BY BOWD a CO r

    (i\KlAL: NEWS. i of hi* life ; and also ufpLcmg in jeopardy OF ST. 3IA1JKS. May,20, ISCO. 22 Office of the United States 1)iatrietCourt '__) LloydMarchiIl,1860. 14 .
    for the Northern District of Florida TallaL.i S
    tic lives of 500 me i, uomen and children. We donut -
    The 'tenmer Great Britain from Aurlralia, Leli. ye that hd purposely neglected to properly AtmnD, Pen. & Geo. Rail-Road. *. Division wheiein Charles L. Martin is plain. Clothing. J

    .u ;'lit 1 1 0K)0.> ) Tlicre. were )400.000 I a.Ijust! the IIII'ilch-but arc of the opinion that it was May 11. r.rljr Jos. P. Klllcou, WiOD. from New York tiff and James: M. Durdin is defendant 1 hive l levied ;

    ( )'mland.IS done through ignorance and cnrelc..IID..6IJ." wiihlL1.iroutol'i & O.li. \V sot,with _pon and will expose for sale, in front of the Court A LARGE LOT SPRING CLOTHING, FOR ,
    >sri'< on route or I IStli. htc mliip Magnolia, from Key
    /o : sale BOND
    & CO.-
    I a U. S.tn.iil, j>af I l tic M. Orieaut. No 3 StationBKEAKFASTJIOUSE. House door iu the City of Tulljh.i*>ec, on the first : cheap by .
    "untIOl1t'fInlin and his Frederick
    ton A !\e\v Convert. 16.ix.tr.. rI.\ c .-:1r'with Ice to D. Monday in May next, within ]legs! hours, the inter- Lloyd March 31,60. 14 Sentinel copy.Taylor's "
    ;udlicly rrnounced all claims to lieS The Massachusetts I et of the defendant in the following described
    mack Republican Delegation idril. Gen. Bailey,Koye ,with
    '. "i;"It 'J1lronp.f in Congress have been thrown iuto confusion mdf.to oam'riv!' 1.lw J I propel-ty. to v il : Lots NOT. ((18)) eighteen and nineteen Cotton Gins
    1 :.i'ulj.ildi left for \\i ln cxpedU by 17. 'al Oml e.U>n, lUtrhins irons New Orleans, ((191), in the old !Illan! of the City of Tallahassee.Levied ,
    .! Sicily the nd.en and unexpected finite of one of their with 1. t. mall tal'ngen Sod 1100 ""Ie m.e Left ARTIES leavinR Tallahassee a 6 A. M., by the upon a* the property' of Mid defendant and 4 0 45 and 60 Saw Gins. <*> hand and for' J

    ::"\ corps.vuitzoilaid. number the somewhat notorious Ei! Thayer "ho, same 1:.Schr. Kliza Key Porter:Trescar,from Key West,la baaL P Train goin East or Madison, will do well to to b. sw.l! to patify Mil writ according to law. sale by ,OPKI53 A MEL. ISS. .

    : : iiisisls' upon] an immediate con in a speech a few days ago, came out flatly in favor avail themselves of the advantage to U derived froma J:: K BLACKBURN: U. S. Marshal, by

    J .'. of non-intervention by Congress in the Territories.lie GOD BREAK FAST at the above Stti..n.ample JOHN IL RHODES, Deputy Marshal BROWA'S DOUBLE CYLINDER: t 'J
    Tit,. fteam&Lip Great Eastern will sail on bbrrIistrntiifs. bin ; afforded by the company C'r comfortably March :Ii. 1860. 14-Ids
    sail) in, that speech that the first duty of Go,. jt1u of the same. GO AW G-X JN' .
    -. Jili June for New York. partlill (1:1:7'J7ie: abate Sale is postponed until the .
    eminent i Is to let the people alone, and the second, wishing to get to Montcelo by tn. Traincau ,
    in June.
    -- a I fast Monday Bal by HOPKINS A MEGINNISS.
    to prevent any body from interfering with them. JUST OUT invariably! be forwarded by private conveyance.TflOS. FOR
    21. 1860. l'I-tm l'
    !
    MIr.: :<.ao* AT KEYEST..-Thecorrcsi WOODRUFF Agent.
    lie tells us further, that You cannot legislate religion OUT .
    Notice. ----- -
    21.WOHE'S -- -- ----- -
    j IS i, '-t ol the New Yotk herald and o'.her"oiidents JST May 19, 1850.
    or temperance, or ChrUtinnity, or heaven AND FOR SALE I
    MONTHS after the first publication of this tewart'sBridge;
    wiiting concerning tho cargo into any people under the sun." These and other AND FOR SALE ) DOUBLE LOCK STITCH SIX
    ', the undersigned!; executor of .she last Will is hereby given thai bids will be reeeived ;
    l n; ii.ltirc, at Key West, all confirm and benefit, Mr. Thuyer believe, are to be inculcated ONLY J3Y THE Sewing Machine. and testament of N. N. Branch, deceased late o( 1\.TOfICE. at the Probate office TallahaMee.. '

    it \hat has been stated by the corre!ponitv by other niicns than legislation. In short,he scouts SCRIlER, Family Leon county, will present his final account, as such until 12 o'clock. Monday. June 4th, 1660. for the following S

    the 'si holc Ilepublicnn d-Klrine of intrreotion.. GR.\lF DROPS executor, to the J uwe of Probate vf said county and timber to be delivered at Stewart a Bridge, I ,
    : ; ('PUJjCf.II S'H.WBEltY] : DROPS NOW IS THE TIME I I mk to bo ehnrSed. JOHN D. BRANCH, i on the Ocklockonee Rirer, 10 milea North TaU> .

    T: raid! correpondcl1t'rit's : Dlrttt ,' &, and How to Sire the South and CHE. DROPS, 0 get the roost desirable SEWING MACHINEever May 12, 1860. 20-Cm Executor. ha'-ee, and for putting up the lame to wit: "S,

    .' iH'jius} eccm to bo perfectly happy"M.nvd tAe Uttton."-The Montgomery Adcertiter says CREAM DATES, T invented, for family use. j Lumber. Nineteen ((19)) Cap Sills 14 inches iquau and 13-

    Under thi head we bhall publish a series of arlicles CREAM FRUIT PRICE $40, CASH feet long. S S
    I : and are singing, clapping 7 12 inches and 2& "
    : Fifty nine ((69)) Sleepers by
    11'1",1' '. si.tl dancing! their country dances! fn>m the pen of one of the first jurists and thinkers COlDLL BEANS, Read the following from a man that knows what I rpHE price of LUMBER at our *ev ral mills re- feet long. :

    i i '. itaU! uriig! : .the day. 'i11'J are I ia the State. The gentleman has refused to append LOVE CANDY :mdntEXCH he tars and then call at my (fc in the Capitol thousand.L spectively Terms, after Cath this OH Deliver day will L* {l2.o per Three ((3)) Posts 12 inches square and 30 feet S long.
    . Southwest basement, ) see for \<>urBelres.E. a. !
    '! :t'- \\LoJe' imputation. Tliis en Isis name to the communications, because it 1JURNT ALMONDS. ( corner RW., S. All of .the bore named Umber to be fAt heart ,
    L. T. BLAKE HODGSON '
    free from wind shakes and other defect
    : t. in fart: is the only attraction on might foul ject him to the charge of arrogance but we -- DENHAM. Sole owner of the Patent fur the L. O. LAVENDER, pine.Also, for boildijg Western abutment furn! hiog .

    :,'" : :.i" 1 it is worth a voyage of a thou. shall take the liberty to say that the author is no May C8, iSCO. 22tfBOISTISTETS May 19, I860. % ttcte of Florida. May JS. 'CO. 21-Sm \. S. KIMS.Kotice. flooring, plank 2 inches thick and not more than

    .5' t I.> see tlt! It1. The women arc, less a personage that the lion. G. AV. STOKE, Associate inches wide for abuut one-qoarUr of the Bridge, and

    tl,'m, most attractive in person ; they Justice of the Supreme Court of .aL ma.- Sexaisa.JEFFERSOI Cocsrv Fu putting op radio;. A. P. AMAKEK. .
    FEW FASUIONABT TRIMMED, still cu April Mb, l60. J f Chairman Com. Bridges.Mays. -
    ." r.illy; clean are but slightly tattoed These articles are not cf a partizan character and A weeks from the first publication of this notice on
    band and for sale low by DE.HIAY This is to certify that I bsveone Moore's PatentFaniil I SIX ; I I860. lfit ,
    S .'." 1110. means the repulsive looks andS emanating from such a mind and looking alone to May 26, I860. 22-tf wllch has been in use ei1 ht ) and n6Ded will apply to the Judge of Probate _!
    ) SewioMacblea of Lion
    for letters of administration
    S < our native slave population. They the commercial development vf the South, they are month wilt sew from tbe finest to the coarsest tbe estate eounty on A_ JOH.NS
    I of James W. late ,
    Daboey, deceased of a.
    for each IceTiceT.Tce! !lpLENTY l\! cloth. .I done all the sewing for the family .
    affection
    t 11I:1': iot'\ signs of of great importance,and deserving of especial conTttliinony 'b. Solid ct'urcy.: WILLIAM BLOXtlAM. Dealer in and Manufacturer of all kinds of
    aud niade&ll 1 tin sew
    .1. d are jtrfectly overwhelming in their ..id.raon. OF THE COOL STUFF always faJ lied of thread. I nl'g cotbu-wlI Macb wit any May 19. I860. 21- w .

    .: 1 ," whh tLiihito children of tho 05- band and t* l.had at aU.beun.clay and nigh, that cn one, te good as any any in I AMERICAN AND ITALIAN I

    I of ike KocLt." 1 he.CharlMloo Gntri by calliug on I1EK11Y, at Col. Berry's AuctionRtotrl. person wt a biD I RATSOU.AT NoticerS WORK
    E MARBLE
    U. fON"U"MEN't'S7
    i ,l-iiv that tln-y should be sent back cr ':11'-AVe- have in the Courier office for the er [May 26. 2-t LOST l hereby given that forbid all persons from credo S S

    S 1.1 i -p-iM: : !, : they will) ulIllou1tl.I., a.iiuiiiution curioii friend, a piece of rock taken : iting any person DO matter who on account -.
    my
    5 1 t. 'I : l,c.-ii tho (ttt of ncar'v nil from a mass found near Archer Station, on the Fk'r Wanted, an Overseer or' near tie Capitol on Tuesday night. May without a wntt D order from me, as I will pay no BOX TOMBS TABLETS. HEAD S1ONES ic!

    it- t I" l.f-7, lictU colopjzo! i'd! (P.ail 1 Uond The whole Hock was about SO feeti oC experience and character. ApplyaUbs lst.a OOLD SCROLL or ARABESQUSBKKASTPIX debts contracted otherwi* Th% Ilocse and Lot S& Yarl'acar the Capitol.T.UaltaUerJ Fla.OT .
    Work cold b.hid.sewliers.MayA.11C0. ) .
    ONE 26 I860. about two inches long. A liberal where I now lire is for rent until first OctobVr. : as cheap as it tan
    [May -
    ; : nit$: ivtl'i!. t.tt tn oreadih and 4 feet In thickness reward will be given fur its deliver at this office. MayJ9, I860. 21-$ J. M. HILL. 13ia

    'OJIIIJt.-] | (!llfl.) Ulitl) till .s '-IK I iK.aer 'lor, un.ar* plain and numerous hn May IS.,SCO. SO*

    ,. thietisst'1vt't .. .. studied with iutcr- Lost ( Wvsl+ 'TT-i.:5.'i. I 'P 'sT-i..w T 5"
    'II t I Carto (C K'UPI It$.iLe( vill! l-e C S -O! rvrs
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    :. -OF SCHEDULE. I FLORIDA RAIL-ROAD. r ANOY GOODS FANCY GOODS! I STCi-i! g.TTFs1TI Dealers T in Drugs, MCdiCjncst'STreeeivedtronsNcW'.rkpor1aik I K u. ,6-' ,


    LIe, a general .,!'.atmf.r.t f'srticle* m '

    1 Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo.RAILROADS S5. .> -. .., -. ::7c:1 1 : ; 'nOSTi.rit. !i, tj'fli s* Oil- of ahc<-,t every kir.l. R:m .1 .,
    i. -
    TIIADE.3flUS : : 5 V.Tiite: Ia! Zinc and other ints. W m .
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    SOUTHERN w I
    . FOR TIlE : :;: .* ILLU.!: '. 1:1 .' !It u i LIT- i '
    CHANGE OF SCHEDULE i bert qcali'y. Puttr BruJies. PntaaliS .;. _
    I
    TLlsii; : sjp-l ;M 1 Tirl.it: i ..ni..II'l'IO I I ]
    Muiitar
    C.elatko.l.-aislon Fri-nrLpfsr.\ ,
    I I
    .
    i and after February Slit I860, daily Passenger I h'\i: iinsa:.,S dd iZI r.- ?< :'t.l.v .t f ifce f&iudbtaci. .* ) '
    .. ,- .'-. O r | rrdii-irsal pirjHeP Sri c#. Pcpptr. 1. I. vI .
    . Trains will ron is follows : o-'cruii.u at its !1- !!-s aiiaitird n reputation IIll. tsinnc. l\ru-i"l J'rl.l'u.t: ; b :. -;

    ..! and after Sunday evecinp March 25th, UCO Leave Ft-rnamlma at. . .. .. .2.00 P. M. Lcfr'o.uit: ti.: :.no"\ ii. A ;. w f:.-" i-fun- I l gte.. 4<-_ and jrneraJ as- 'rtn.tnt i5f !l-,. '

    ' -. ON Cars will leave and run as follows viz : lialdwin at. . .. .. .4.63 .AWREN'CE this point; wi'l'! j'tk j.i:-c 11'w< rtu,: j thin, I I Mcdiru.V!: kn'l' ... bhitl4 ,.[. ; .

    ; Leave Tallahassee. . . . 4.00 P. M. 44 Starke at. .. .. .. . .630 JL! volntuts of b no' a.**riii.:. nr 11..nt.'ii": I uSery. : Lctx to merit your pjtiwi. z> .\ I.

    : Arrive at Monticello ... . 6.15 P. M. Waldo at. . .. . . .7.15 The 1Ieltml': J1 of 1I''lellI'r'l' >i..math lin- : MILES I NASH .l ,

    Leave Tallahassee . . . 9.35 A. M. 44 Gainesville at .. .. ... .8.20 STREET tm for the Isit car nmoutre-i tt ,',T a halfraiUioc I March :,. 1[56 IATLACtSMliHIKG

    I. Arrive at St Marls . . 11.00 A. M. 41 Artberat. . .. .. ... ... .9.15 NO. 29 CHAMBERS ; boul" -.ui iruai iH n.-. .h.'t iatyiuereve -

    Leave TalLbassee .. . .. 6.00 A. M. Arrive at Branson .. .. .. ..1..951: M in tin.-" tv-si. it isci-Vn! : ilm .!lt.rhg !
    .. Arrive at Goodman's SUtum 5. 8.SO A. M. YORK the ceniin? J rur il.e K.IIMII. rtio.i will reach

    ., Leave Monticello.. .. .. . ';.00 A. M. Leave Pron8O at. _.... . . ..3 00 A. Id.N NEW near our mi iLn loUi.. TL i-an.' .c ace oat I THE undersiirneil bas it'uree
    Arrive at Tallahassee . . 9.05 A. M. Archerat. .. .. .. . .3.30 could never have been !": I list: :"-1' the rarenedktii1s I town and Las opened n Sisii ':W

    .4 Leave St Marks.. . . :110 I'. M. 44 Gaineetille at. . . .. 4.80 WHOLESALE DEALER IN : pe '| ,-rlic' "Bt .i".1 l ill till' rit-i-ar- the K.inie lui.hll"Itb! Mr. Knhti's t'ar-J _

    .,1 Arrive at Tallahassee .. . : .28 I'. M. 44 "'al.I.. at .. . . ... 5.20 tlea, and the lanc.uitf the ii.'<-: proiuiiu.Ltj'bjskiaiis tIaC 5ISI., CiNSite ti-c EJl han;.. 'l.ere III' I
    q 44 Stalke at..e.5-0 M in those f .the! f.r Black tmiihin;* "ill: b* tissue w.tii: neati.", ,
    Leave Goodman's, Station 5. . 43 c Arrive at Tallahassee . .. I.'M I1. M. 44 Baldwin at. . .. . .70& CQ1/I.bs, Pins Writing nber use articie! !I' tItt 10:., wn. ,'..> WH lilt, drf patch. Ito! cnn refi-r ith niiJriiee: 1.I ijwlio

    Connecting with I'wt Couches at Monticollo andGoodman's Arrive a I f'cruaudina . . .. 1P.46 rushes: Y dlcs.lV'orl. Boxes, Watches, tecotats.tn1 lie Diiffis tu ,lidreli.loti4, -sit have patrouizeJ him 1erl.t".f.t:- i".r II.e"'lur..t"

    !. Station 5. daily. except at -nticello on Fi eight Trains will leave Fernandma oo Mondays Buttons, Portc Monaies, Stationery, Musical Wares, ere ready at air tiiriei t. elvis- "i.iuouuto iu i .II.I"w.tk. FIIAVI. .'As5)

    ;. Sunday and Goodman' Station 5, <>c MonJ.iv. Wed-iesdavs and Fridays at 4.20 A. M., and returning Fvlios Perfumery tfBwjrin nli eaManftU isricl-.c; .leI al.g:1t415 : Junrv8.iS5h.RICHARDSON'S. 5-tf* _

    AND ALSO leave 1-robson: on Tcodays, Thursdays and Saturdays -. Threads, Porte and llic .hiseae: r.-siiling thfrdroi..

    : Connecting with Post Coach to Xew Purl on arrival at 3.10 A. M. Wood;: and Willow Ware, d'C., d c., Tim i ii iiutateiiqIiar. j jj,ulaii': i!... (l oiuel: i

    .. of f, and which returns before the departure of they : These Trains connect with Boats to and from Uio notion line required by the Southern Merchant.SPECIALITIES. by M.'riordiuaty! t ffnrw in ('SIC *.> ."f ItnmPL.ID IIt.ISEJ: LINENS:
    article in
    And every ; the n/ialiu f I I.f :: <'rs. L..1 a M>li Train; aud with the line of Mail Steamers between I Charleston daily and with Boats to and Jroia Savannah ? ; I5ij! '
    C New Orleans. Key West and, Cuba and ititeituediate I /""r t.H' a week. -- I.- ---- -:iuiar:<>n .fln ',.1I1I.U1.:1": : ,'11:1113 I DAMASKS DIAPERS &c.

    '. points on the Gulf, arri,ins? at SL Mal h11, their way Through lickits( between all the fcbove Stations dojijp.tl! to l-e as cnd.iir.jc ttll tine hal.Ilosteiter's : r'ONd t'ME US <.f Ru }IArtt'o'S's A'"- .. .

    j to KeyVeet on the 17th and iiid or Srd of eaoh 1 and Charleston can be secured bj thc daily Boats, EnD NtEDtr" LAWBENCT'S S-.EFL Frss, TIU PU '..Lr >'lR,acL.uatceL's Stomach l;neH J.uve jroteJ I .._/' .!"jr..tI" of utait.iiig) ; the g'mtn.r '..; .

    month, and arriving at St. MarLs on their way t<. and between all the above Stations and Savannah LAWIlEf 1I -GROVEIESS: PrarteT LAVtEMt'sGOLD PFNS: ," waica cairn.Laustfwa's a (ivdjenJ ta g.-.i-a.: where leter aud acne t re tl.at ti.e arlirUi l 11.rurchh..' ate cc,"' ,

    .. Sew Orleans on the 15th and 2'iith. I at reduced rat.. by the Steamer Augiita. which "OtlKMAL: COLW'"J'Avonirn" I LAWRENCE'S: : PI.\l"1LI'," AIL STYLES ; and various Jlh. Mliona ci wj.lIats: I Late J'OaMj lie lull nan..'t'! tl):* firm. .
    } > htt'rcJ.To '
    "SoCrUKBNEIlS counte.1 theiridinn
    : Passengers for Mouticello or pjiuts 2orlh of that leaves Fernandina and 'jr J. X. JIt.I.JOYDFt.: .
    on Wednesdays Saturdays: SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and on spook tilt' the "nttt'rs"tt"
    NABURO confilcutly
    ( will take the 400 P. M. train. and I Savannah and Abe, a superior Duality of to state ot the soundness sv.i} iiutu! ,'..
    on Mondaj Wednesdays.Freight I'articularatteiition given to packing. Neat and like "s a gtiarat.tee "
    and as represented. a certain cure for the 1is..v. ; six ass' .
    for Guodnian' East of t!.at .ample
    Passengers or points will alvf bo taken by the Steamer Augustaat I All "> Givvls.Tbii. .
    rX will take the 6.00 A. M train. two-thinh of NI1Hl1iint, Soguewith? blanks for memoranda, supplied lopurchow on application. djiellt'-st is to he II'Jicl..u i a soure II nitBIsiyeil caution i. reniVteJ !wr.tijlT1
    present rates. .
    ., r"Sr
    The train will not run lioni Tallahassee to St. I'eriiurmJtsiring to mail themselves of thece reduced I No*ember 2C, IS $9. 4IyNErGOOiSIXEVGOODSJ- .-- -- -- -- --- ------ j'IvasuriIt removes fIn lie iI'.rloi.iliad' matt.rfrosts aujimimrtsrencwc : large qiuntiti.-e of irf.rkr aid ..live !.i, ,n. v
    the rlola"ch. purifies tTf
    I M-uLs aud Lack on Sunday only oo Steamer [ With
    VlX. -f March ;i, SCO.. L. 131'RO1OSEI OX, Aes't :tp' days i.i the Augusta, and iuttriK-t their azcntj a* toIlI.ir'l'i. I \\ ) ) \ WOOD, EDDY &COSDKLAV giving il that lone ILl.Ii! 'fe-".\ :Ii.d'"1'E'o-ILLI. I n"Jur ItIt'tfilxfm.. by Irish ll.atl., n I!.,, r,1f'
    of the thus iifiicte-'i 1 lift ''i i.
    ; ; A. II. COLE, Sup't. AUK AND MlSSuL'lf I U. It less injury *: II 'Amfra
    --- -- for the re!toratia of hif rj cratei upon jcon'troeraii'l
    i l' -rollutljnr. March 2J. I SCO. 13 I I. _0- I the lI1:1mlfJltfurcfIJ\ t'- hid<; ,
    AMCXDMEXTSTO tieHt maeli, liver, n:1l"r digestive org"ns.milJ'y .
    --- --- STATE LOTTERIES but j'sverfuby.;! lilt fistS fslores Item will nt readily alvui-n a l"I"tr.e* .. ;.-.St.j| ,

    TO THI; ] IIyers&GOrmaIlAVE j _. I a aeon J'.tiuii e:' '! the huel.iiy IBchargc while purchasers be imposed .c with: liooJ. uf,

    Constitution of the State, TOJMTEHS I I OI I IN sTORE: A efS $ \ (Grand Capital Prize $100 OO cf (tie r.Dl."ljon" of !- worthless t'lmr lrter.I .
    II I II J. BULLOCXE i J. II. LOOKT.
    .uxwn:1 jy MXTII (;M.UAL .At'CMIILY.AW Large and Beautiful Stock C 0. -\ Elderly: person? r. the Bitters. daily as I Ajmt.
    --o NO YANKEE HUMBUG. I or C'K-I, tw which they would k - directions ou t' bottle, anJ they will 2nd I Z6 Church St ., N\T ,"It

    ; AC<) aini-nd the bin eftion ol th.6th article ----- respectfully invite nli.ti.'U ; collecting of, viz: WOOD EDDY & CO. Managers.The in per it a'tiiuiilabt: ./u.arly adapted to coniforlUccliiiliiR Spt. 24. 1559.. 29lyTHC"CRC.ifTyiE.MIO.V_ _

    cf the Constitution of the State. of Florida.SECTIO.V Southern Inventions I Units Fine Gold Hunting Cased IA.-VH; huts: .Fine Managers' Offices are loca'H at WilaiuigtoD, ; years, />l i i.: !.levant to the paUte, OF THE:
    I. / ;t. .S> AGE(
    ; ad.I" i..i/r <* /"f I ______ Silver 1A''dS.IIt'Lorli and Ltpinca; La-lit-s ollienot. Dtlaware, uud St. Louis, ilisMun.Tlie iuriron.liig to t If bowel eicvllent as a tonic! ,
    't ., ,
    j M.I'f .* vf tltf / /" .f 7"i.* -H-nitions.. 4 -
    : Watches ; Clocks of all ;, 111.1 run-ml i.i/jltnerally. We lure the eTl- >
    .1 tifMrral A'*fn>Uii "Illtl.: That the Mh sraios, of Fulfilled June 21*', 18.V.)I. by Ih r.JAME Ocral Setts - '
    I ; > l1on.clinc.Iul4ic Cameo and or and for
    .. Fine a-v a f.tluuiagMAGNIFICENT: ,1.:'5C if f ihous/'d! gcd Inca! wcrasn Gear's Machine Cutting, PJaning, Moti
    a tbe 6th article ol the Conctitution of this State thall I'CKLCK, of lla/tasicc, 1'la.PEELEU'S I'roocben, Ear Kings, nrarf-li-t-t! Gold; Guards who Lave -sjn/cnccd th: beacCt of utiiig this I ding. &-. Irregnlar Forms ia vood.Timlin .
    liereafter tut e'nstru.d to render: Justicecf SCHEMESwill ,
    not : any seat and fOIL Cluius, Indies Chntal.ims -lltir':1'/::;e fufi"'rill; from stomach:! i'erVt'r'f -

    :. the Supreme| t >urt. Ch., -I"r "I U.J1t' <-f thihtale < Y.AlaETSTEEL! Gold Guard, Fob awl Badge K..ys.Diam.'I1J be drawn in public, under the Supciintendenee :'-n.s./1 I gencrd'y! ; attingunder -0-
    J iuiclgible to eitlm of vfcf of Ju t K-e of BLADE and Kings lave alnndtncd undersigned Ins become tli* -f .',,
    Opal Ruby of Sworn CommisHoiier appointed by the (;o'l'trnor. !e'iidvicephjslciii' : :?. they : owner
    I the Supreme Coo t.Cbnncdlur or. udje of this State, n Plain Gold King8, Gt-nts KOMHII 1'nis. Seal, .IeletssI-'S! drugs and fairly tested tho _L rigl.t to use r.rd st 11 tl is valoitle macL.mFlorida ,
    ; Cuv WOOD EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY. all
    ; '. upon tb4 ground that the came is another and diflei LurVets Ch-irniK, Gold 1'tn* and Pencil Eierinlf/M-i, R'Sicl A ft-'' worJs to the : and liu r.ow (>(tfs r* inilividii.it! and Cut,

    rot nf1i.' station or |.*t .f I o.K.r uiid emolument.Xiiith I -. -- -- Cases, Gold Tooth Picks, Gold! and Silver Class i\'o. 31 12 Draws Saturday,June 30, 1 SCO here r.re certain peihodaeltcn H;ghts tt any who! way lrsiire to pcnha. <' ,t .'

    -4 .' [ (tIulU .llly -Pj*.od the Seiute by 1 TrEQUIKES but one Stock for any .kind of a SK-ftacl. Gold and Silver 78 Numbers.. 13 Drawn B.-illots. tirir p.iK-rfJJ.: car/ arc /I.> !!aras-irg t hat ninny cf (betheie the fa'bm,'" cnn Le een ill "-jral d'o-gt ant t II': 1.

    ,. tile e"'ttitutiou )IIJ.ily Jlf'JY 8. 1bL9. hosi'JhiS I _L A) Hlade,teo of_which may be put on, fastened f ThiinWts! .. I II II.I r the :ri, t. 1 he relation of mother the shop nf I.V.. l o wen at the Tofh.hlsj, :

    H. -eof Iktoajority ,rescotatves: by tl.e coriet.itut.-nal and taken off, in one minute.I I ---- 1 Grand Capital Prize ofl.OOOOO2 11",1 cl 3 o"' aL-sorsitgly tctidtr tll.t the i D.-i4t. The macbiuw i: iu.ple i-i it. -HI "tr c '. _

    Jut.ar. 1 2. 1 88.] I adapted to 1'.1, subeoil, bill"ide,und general cultirati I SilverWare. r!. I I.tsJ' p..d.tly! ir tI te young, iJ sift tQfirsi ad.ij.ti-d t<. cut a greater variety i>f. if rt-;ulaa: :' :man.1
    .

    AN J.C to amend the 7ib ecti"1 of the 13lb alt It desired nnd in 1'0 c.'IIIrud\IILat! a se of the % :
    this .
    c "I"titutol of StdtcStcTfos be attached t.I it, the cost of which will not exceed work much more. It but sn'>4! .,
    lir 44 SII 1r.:1111 and Muf lard Sp""us.| i 1 r"ze 2f 21.5(10! C5 flU8 of 125 anf e during the ens nine' r scnrou. the wear cf occupies "j; :\ r.
    I it "Hi'ft't liii the y>naff atiil Home | one dullar. I Soup Lakes' Pie Knives }""j"I Knives. Cake Ki:ires. 3 1rizesf 12.50 i II:1 ,5 Prizes of list logy nn-l mini si generally ajreravatfd. Here, from three: t 0f r Ir"d"tir'f hit .Stete "f fl.qi.fe il Ce- I Every part w detachable and adjustable to itself. I I : for sti.ua.lnnt lo quirrs but little 1'1' t" strive it. 1-1\: I.-- d; .'
    Ill'e Cream Knives 'llter Knm!. Napkin Ring, 3 P.-izt's of i.OUJ ,5 Prizes oC SO (k""a. t< a necrily a irruperi (
    o' rat ,1 <c mad ..f roniu>->n pine ami Silver! Snuff I. 'II the i.s f the aud enable the I neat u"J I'lRIctill!' work in House l4.n Forks
    Kiiivt-s .
    Children's Cup, 3 Prizes of 3.IJO'i (15 Prizes or t31'Iizeuf 0 cm-rpi > ystem
    Sib aride ot the C.o.fiII'1 of (Jj4 >rtt. be soC plank i iII simply! eon.tructed. and there I J'un itnre. ai.d ISi .
    Iwing iso trials : Carriage AVagoii i I:
    1 It'r
    under
    : Boxes, Cord Cases and Pui Mtnaive.PLATED 2.MO 4,910 I'tiz'Sto( 40 *tLer to Lear nj exhausting
    .nltu.l.us to rta.J allial.lili.1 of "n-b! Kinkat-hall -eld in the 11011 hart, that tI''LuI.. "sl.sw may 1* I II Ii Nursing mothers I Ac, ie, cnn be turned out by it with aUutueis -: '! .
    ; in the Iialuli I 3 I'iizee of 2,00(1( 1121.040 1'1 izor SO TCS'liiU"itiitSCS.( gene- ;
    a rat.f bv' tLf'
    p rea-hiv Snulh
    payable put cou.u.i'i.cst after and
    t. up
    ( one WARE. r19 'gj' of 1,60032.t16 .j //ill!iy tre.'cr the bitters to all otlur iniigora- despatch .
    of Hai.kXCUMV! of .
    t aD.I..u. : d"I""lt).hal ;i ol/jit4iilu' a e.>rr -ct 1t:1U.n.| JEp.C-lal'IA'O.!
    hlz" endorsement of pbyticiatis.
    at no time excttd the of its I! I Tea FeLts plated on German S.h'er.lkauliul Patterns ----- ---- ---- --- I ton tl.al T't'* ,
    Formers
    .
    tit their
    11IUt even -r.t of 16 U59.
    si-pj.ly f '
    tu1II (:I't 'stay p'e Ftizamounting to *1,186.785 bfca se it is agrecals! to the taste as July IJI
    itmk putd il. I wro''sbl inm, tuiniti.; plows scuoters and snceps I ol Silver plated Cattn.zit..n.l'itcl'l'l8., : increase
    + [Ninth General As the Senate by for this duck.PHLERIS. Cake Baskets Butter Di-I".-.. Card Baskets, XEAKLV 1 1'KIZE TO EVEIIY 2 TICKETS.Wnon well a* certain to gist a gciuiaisnt

    the ennMitutk uiaj"iity January ".1(':. l'I" Fruit Staii'U.! Sugar Ba-kits. Candle- bodi'y sLtviitcli.I! I ; Notice.RIX .

    ri the ll.. .of Itrpre.. 'iitatives bJ the (litlutua. i "MANURE DISTRIBUTOR: slicks, .beU! Cups, .S.C. .. TICKETS0 ; HALVES $10 QUAETE&S f5 ; lady All refcireJ Ih.se I.C,abu-'e.;.h8. totLcciwe to wit : nuffi-rers Latepartien-from months after the first pub'ici'iivi, ; nf ti I. c*

    !j: uujjiity January; Ifc5S ] t A D.\PT El) to the sowinc and distributing any --- -- --- EIOIITIII 2.50. fever arid ogtie, cause J *y maUria: diarrhoa.ysent __. use und,-r tpne
    1 -L Y. kind of n-.atmie anti fertilizers whether fine ...rI I O-ut-lery. rtifls-atei of Packages in the above Scheme will rr, indgfVi: ins cf 11 j j etiie anil cf 1'lizabeth CiIur.l l>el.! deceased.J laIC ft l..,v e a>
    amend the amended C
    t AN AC tf Dluti.n of tie Roger and oSlcllLolm's Cd..b,at"d Pocket Cutlery be sold At the follow rates which i is tie riek wtl! IsIs i'.na! aral ,0.1'f'r
    i CUln f. either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or 1:14 : all di i' e"ses or dernnpvroeats cf the .tcn eb, ty present aecount in r;.
    Floiida iu relation
    General( Assembly.SWTIOi to the serious of tit I wagon (n a plantation may be readily fixed for this ;"Table and Desert Knives Scissors, Shears ste.I Certificates. ol Package of 26 Whole Tickets $21 .( superannuated invaiid:, I'ersoas cf eJerstaryoccupation Hon. Jwlgti \>I Prub.ite .>f Leon c.Mitifr ..LlIIIIe I (h. Mdiwhirced.

    I purpose at a iiiflmgcot-L I w 2GHalf 14950 and nur'in.* 111\.11(bu.. will consult WILLIAM li 1.KI\.
    I I Dt it'rtll'.1 1S $1e dud floxttf" T1USICAL INSTRUMENTS. 44 flee 17. 1SS9. 5O6niNotice. A' ..
    to Ilos- :
    *' 2C Q:13rtfr" 74 75 their own physical well arc ry gning
    Mutt
    i/
    I Repitirntatirr* fA nf / tit d'rtrtf I rirnJi;
    l e..psru'J. That the members, of the TIle IJnl now the owner of the State I Gnitars Violin, Flutes, Fl.igpolct AceorJeons, FIutna 26 Eighth S7.S7 teller's t'eh-hrated ti-n-ach Litters a trial.
    !
    AurmMji
    i Right of oridi. for these inventions. Tbe' Cour.tyI : 1\.1 l TaulLouriuetALoO I caution the f.Rainstn
    HUCM of Itel.rekltati\1 shah lioM-n, by thqua'ified Banjos - l't.TIO"e public '.
    L I lights for the following counties have not yet been of the nuiiaiiunn or counterfeits -
    J shall the I I i Splendid Scheme "ing any inanv
    of
    i .ute. RO wrve term two months! after date (he imdcr.ignei! .:1
    sold viz: rrt.
    Fino Guru, Shot Pouches Powder Flasks Gun but ask for HUSTETTI-B'S ('t.I.r. sign SIX
    l P years frora 11.1 after the d IIJ c.f the first election I Hamilton Columbia, J.aJtlnn.; Taylor, Lafayette, Wads! and Cap I II TO liE via W'i STOX.CH IiTTEn! acd >ee that! &chc file hss his final aceonnt ansI voirf'erii" ili. J ,:-tcf

    i I; the under, the amended of the Constitution General and no shall longer be; and j I Leon. Gadnden Liberty Franklin, Calhoun, Jack- I Alsj. Table and hail Lamps, Lamp Globes and I EACHVEDHESDAY IN JUNE. the words 4-Dr.J. HosUter' Stomach titters Prolwte .f LtH-n enmity, a' a.lmiwdrI. r "D .

    i "ui"rJ. Ai-Prinhly nn- I 'Ofl. Washington llo'mis: Walton Santa Rosa and Chimneys. Broi.zed: Candlestu-ks. China Vase (I': ,; blown! on the n.Je of tie bcttle, sad tuijtt t..tate.Cdam Orainlin/; : and
    i. nail the 3d of Novemberin I
    ,eli conitneneeou audi other Monday I Esenmisia.I ri:1II1rll I and Tara Colt Fi/nren. China Jewel Class 2'iO Draws >eancsday, Juno H, lh0 on tie metallic ur ci/verinr the cori, ando county, and ask to be dnelsiris-d then; ". m

    # seribed e* year. or at times a may b pieStc i The County Uights for the above named counties Boxes, S'- 1lr Standii. Card Stand. Cuts. Mug*, .:.. Class 2S' Draws Wednesday, Juno 13, 1SU I .serve that our autograph tignature ij till the A P. Gil AM.LINO. Adm'r

    I 1,14w.. \tfttrlbtr tnaflej. the Hepre.en of this State with the County Rights for the counties .I Also I PapU-r Mavbe Writing Desks and \\ oikR Class2U1 Draws Wtdnestfay! ) June 20,1SJClas ( laVl.Jti Jja.7, 1 60.tjm .
    TIlt of Decatur, Miller find ..f the State of iSUITH. ------- ---- --
    Early xc?. Backgammon Boards Chiss Men, D.miu..I'IorO'Cf Prepared nad soIl byHOSTr-TTEK
    tntirn l ch*>**>u on the October JOG Dru'l'dul'"JI. June JS1.ULY
    Monday in 27 '
    in 1:1IH tenw l from and after the- I Georgia are now offered I for Fate and may be had : IS.igN Leather Satchels Table Mats, Japanned .\ Pittsburgh '.., and noM by all Notice. .
    Cah eviry year "
    IJrrt election alt r the Ktnrinifd Cootjtutii, or oooei byappUing immediately on such Untie as to give I Waiter: Ac ONE I'KIZE: TO EVttY TWO TICKEIf.-. druggists grocers and dealers cecerally month' after date, the undefined! will .
    j the p-juhaser dunce to realize: more than tell times Al It Ilazor : : the United Elates, Butith Anio- SIX
    throughout
    I' *I. z. rs Stropn.Hair BrusLe'Shading
    other day: a may h ilirerted by law. 78 Numbers . 13 Draun HulioU. I bi. final account and vou I the for which be .
    they cnn thought. and Geiraanv.Solrt
    Bruhe9 Tooth le.
    Brushes. rica
    I money .
    t I Mr. J. l-t itfrtltir t.iart'J, That the St'naor! r of I inhale of Leon county, aol I Arl' y fir a dual -
    : Persons in nnv (sf these counties wi.hmg planlaI Also, a fine assortment of Head Nets and Hair I -- J GIIKGOICV A (0. 5f. NASIIA
    I f shall be chos.n "iy the q'laliti l eieftorsTor the term I t'.tI'IT.iL fuizb : by J. : eharij'H from the adn-iniMrati-n IJIl th. estate of W ,
    f tints right can: ()btsifl them by applying at this Call and 1 OF $:J7.jCO.. I
    of four at the same time the name manner. me Pma. 2T" see, at : ('0., nnd AIis: A LIVit.Y Talli lin liam Gric-es deceased late of siideoiuify.LEWIS .

    and in the!ear same place* where they vote for mnilwr 1! place or. my agent for the county in w hiu they,.. MYERS A GOR JAi'S. I Prize of 15,639 M' 15 Prizes i-f .;< t'-O see, Florida, Bud J. \1'. SKIPPEK, \VPorro I CKIMKS: Admi

    j My urf-: rm puce for the indmdiiil right to make 2 Piizss (r 10.000 227 Prizisof ... SOU 1'Ia. '
    ef the House of l prcsentatives.. ant no shall : Jan. 21. 1SCO. 4-im
    be a Senator unices be lie a white man perix a ci'izen of find use the Plow is $:! per horse, for the Manure I Nathaniel Hamlen : 2 Prize of .Lo0 ::1 6i Prizes (>f .. ItO April '.', IfCJ. 1517NOTICE 5 _

    .ih. United Staler and fchull lave l tee,, AII inhabitant *I Dial rbutor {5 e-ch. I 2 Priziscf a.to-i) ; 65 1'1 izes d.. 7" I ------- --- I Insolvent Estate Notice.
    TIle of the material and of the COMMISSION MERCHANT
    cost making flock
    of this State for twu \ears next pr'-ee.iinr] his i-1cetion 1 2 Prizes i>I SUtI\t ':' 63 Prizes of 40 TO ALL !
    .1 and the last )year ibfieof a r..i.1 lent of 11.f district or | ready for plowing with any kind of a blade i isaU.ut I No. 3S PoydrasStNew Oi.learn.RCFEHI 4PiizC8of. 1, I.o'i' 1uPlize.tlf.O: I STAn FLORIDA, )

    ..ount.f..r which IM. ,1.al L clmren, tad sna 1 l..ivc $2. Thi) n-clude both wood and iron work cnntjilete. I, -o- 15 Prizes cf l.uCO :11 I.-1.715 1'1 izes ..f.. 20 -0--- I UutulU County. J r

    attained tbe twenty-five year | The cost of the blades is oning to their weight j 15 l'lizic.r. SOU 7O-tOl'rz1.ur. .. l') TN rr'innirg bis thai.ks for the very liberal pftronag f[' Xl'ER. adminislilllnr n:the .esta'ifI f
    RM.
    age and what the Smith charges for them which! TO-
    making ,
    Sic. 4. L, further enmttj'That the clarification : j J. <- In'rt-ti.fort Ix-stow.-d him tl.e.n.I'r- I Pelt, late of Wakullt ounrx 'iect'sisvd
    I i iI upon
    r" I i i. generally lets than is charged for making any other I Ix.GJau"s E. Eroome ) T. h F.aA. Prizes bavir filed I in the Probst ."... >.f. "
    ..
    h1 Senatois made at fr t'e'eioul.flhe} 'teneral ahA ance. I C2.SS6 Amounting to ?:.Ss.5S3 ti:nr.l would respectfully infirm the public thai be I /
    ] kind of a plow (blade, being without weld, excced- Geu.U.A.tbne, f
    that Ii -llirT! .
    wutt n i
    Ii' '
    held in the 1845, shall! continue I I - still continues theC.tULIAGE c< unty a stgges-tu
    Alt'mbly. of year bigly simple, ami easy to give the proper seth B. Noj!. E q., )II K ew 11a.I "WuoLK TICKETS (Iu; JlAUis $5 ; QfAuitr.s 5'-5j eft.ite of aiil Wili! iu Pelt to le in-olvmt. ihen reno
    as PO.
    .hanged, one hal ,1'1. nearly an possible, I A stock complete with a steel turn-ng plow blade, Ii. }. Spencer, &q, )r flUS1ESS .
    -- -
    kill b. chosen hereafter fur the I ----- -- -- !:--.' i is In reby given to all persons laving eUntrnin't
    biennially, i scooter and I sweep will coet ill our shopi here about I John J. Sueliing, Qnincy, Fla. : Certificates of Pack.ngcs iu the above Scheme, to In all i's vat ions branches _. -' sai.l! estate to and file the same w
    appe..r
    Iwiff "
    Proiiilfl
    of f
    Jetlnred.tl'it term iur years the :term of office f.f that tr, else i tC of hereby Senators i: 15The stocks without the iron work can be furnished Gen Win. Bailey, Jefferson county Fla. be drawn each Wednesday: will be sold at the following at the OLD STAND opposite l-i, : > the Judge of Probate of said cuunly on or U Lie '

    I at 2i II cents e/clu 1 I .1. G Putnam, Esq.. Madison Ha.I rated which is the riSk : the K K.k Store, :1I..It ,:" let s>July. IbhU. stun there will be a pro rat .
    at the under the amended) I
    -4 CoDilitution.uiipird hall 'frt ,1Itinl to and the first ;( Every where this plow bas been introduced it bas Augustus Steele, Faq Cedar Keys, Fk. Certirical t f Package of Whole Tickets $U9.50 and hope by strict attention "-:' tiUmtionof said estate among the creditors ui >i.
    expire on i been convdired Daniel Bell, '. Hamilton county, Fla.Ed. i 44 26 Half 7475 to hIS bu.inees to f-s: .- <) .

    Monday. in D Octolier.itftatkrrtimrl'd eighteen hundred, That and the airy-two.first elec- 1 I The Must Economical, Convenient and EJi- I rTi. Remington, E q.. )> Thomasme, /-eo. + 44 u 26 Quarter 37.S7: merit a continuance of a ,._J ", j4.L1.\ I'1 estate. II. L. HENDERSON JuJge ..f ProUli.Per. .
    *
    _I H. r. I &1.: Seixu". Es-q., J ----- share of the ifti
    ti.,. f.,r Asseinbljuieu tinder! tbii shall | dent Culliralor Ever Incensed I public pat- T"t _; 31,_1SS9. 53-6m_
    C.n.litutol Jack J. Marsh. Duncanville Geo. i iI '
    : Esq. In ordering Tickets Certificates. enclose the
    or ftJuJte.
    tak* place' ou the Grt Mnn l''I'.20. 1S58. 47 amount of m..II(') to our address, for *hat you wih I He would aim inform -_ _-: ; WtituIIa Circuit Court.- 'Equil.
    bundled and sixty, anl the first aei-n of the General planters of Middle Florida hive given certificates of -
    I I to purchase name the Lottery in w 110: nUh it the public IJ.ahe E. Lawrence )
    1 ; yon Mary
    tLi amended Constitution shah it* *3iciency, and are of opinion that as soon a* its
    I Ii
    .hle'LI'und.r 1 WILLIAM P. SLUSSER invested. r-n-J whether jou wish W 1',8.11,18: or baa fitted up a room at bis shop for taking vs }j- Bill for Divorce.
    it will be
    Moinlay in November i tie ntrits l -eome g ncr.il'y known the Only I
    .
    CoR'le ; on receipt: nf which i id what is Francis L. Lawrence
    Quarters we ,
    ordtred )
    y eir eiht, en 111.1".1 aol I *:xtv one. Plow u-cd Umg not only the most convciiient but :LaPictures l.O 'l' O' G A a. S !
    '
    TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA : by first mail togcth-r with t", beiue. ap|'earitig to the satisfaction of the Co "
    KEC. C. l H'i-e m"t.That the : ..fthe p'ow they lia\e ever 1 '11. i IT
    >t i f>:i< ees c-ii ( cl.capf taken fium a email size to a cabinet -
    Immediately after the drawing, j. .Priiitetl Drawing up \it filEd, that the defendant in this )I. I
    G* bali, t.txtet.il over thi-ty Tlii Pinw; In-, taken the first prcn.ium in all the lJ.l".U Tl"lan OJ- CurrzR'IIt IlSlllaT and life size DAcrEftP.toTTl'Ks r/"l'i.llIlIrl enlaired
    4 fl'rlly S Ceititled to by the CotuuilbSim, Will be stilt tides out <>f tbe State of Florida : It is ordere-:
    lays in .Iurii.n. a couftitutional m-.j..rity of j State }Fair it has Ix'-n entered ; 1111.1 I two preiiium IRON \\nr., WHOLESALE AMJ RETAIL I. with an Explanation. to life size: either un paper or cIII"aos. readv forpainting. biaring be bad the facts charged 'ai'1
    the men.lM-rs, hall deem it Nomeniterhall were awar .JI.i.nt; j j' ; DRALKR i> PLAIN, FANCY ANU JAPAX. .:DWARE. J3iS?- Purchasers will 'ikace ---t.: their signature WM. KHINS. beSts the Judge of the Middle, Ciicnil of the
    rec-ixe the State for bis sei\icc after last Fall but I do not wact placttrs to buy rigb:
    the rati.pay of f"'Q thiily davt contiiiuously fivm, tie 1 upon these; rcconim ndaticMH-alone, I want fJiem \<> plain and give the name of'.heir I, ,t Oder, County <0z:7Call and examine specimens. ..jij of Florida on ti,'e first Mowlay of July! next

    $t C5Jthttes1X'tst exp (.f the (e kl I I buy tloe riht;, -have the plows w.d'given them a Stove IIcatI-Qnarcis. j and: State Jan. 14, 166,). 3-tf further ordered, that a copy of this order Le put
    1 I All communications strictly corfldentiaLJ2T : -- ---- in the FWtdian and Journal once a week, t>
    td Sf.C. 7. nf ilfurtlsereaa.-frd. That the art entitled fair trial and if i.ft,-r |.r'pcily making and u"ing A SPLENDID assortment Cooking Pallor fi

    _t as act to amend the Constitution of.this Statt so ast :{ them. tb'v .!.. not find them as advertised herein -Land Wood Stoves trimmed with ntatand I : All prizesoUlOuuandroher, Ilaidimme. P. B. DHOKAW'S. space of three months.
    the I J. ,., 'eelf to letnru them their Tbn I reduced t diately after the drawing-other;>riz .s at the u >jj Posted at Chambers this 29th day of March. I
    -.14 tbe sessions of Cei- -r.il Aweiubiy biennial II | 'sr money. durability, at prices. _
    1 b1.L1 ii et<'j'1 of AUII. 0 and the same j it ;tirn-br. j I/ think is us fair as they could ask !I- /.PNTS WA TEU. Out Door 'ork.I time of forty days. IIIRY AQ SALE STABLES, 1660. J. WAYLES I AK1'. Ju.
    I MiiirhSI. 1 "' and ol.mU.I l, k.fur |L. .oae U A. J. "PEELEIi: Tanaha. 'e. 1'Ia. I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
    f
    ;. .;,-tj tlie lrO'i iiiou. ",| ',, act. 'ICII I I- I have a Sh,p in this place cvel-imcly cngagi-d.1ill I Roofing, Ornamental Front Heads Guttering,Copper Our Single Numbjr Lotteries ,
    I
    (I"nt I'aaarsl will' the JI".". .r flcptca.-ntatives Ly the j laiktng; and repairing those p!:'wll. Thi.e> pur- and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Load Sheet ra'i Q rJ'JJ} Proprietor? would inform :
    1859. Pa chai-.ng n hta can \furiiii-he.l with Zinc Lead Patent Cistern I CAPITAL PKIZi; $OOOO ?::: ,I bit fntnJ.lDd the
    C..l/Ui(*"" majwity January 15. j plantation ; pluws Pipes, Pumps. Shop werk sa, months after date the nmlersigled wj
    4 (fc. .'imte by tbe Conititulioual tuajonty Jauuarv15.1M9.J at IS rents per pouusl.iroii wok: 24 cents per pound of every variety done at short notice I DIIAU' EVERY I'SATURDAY.WHOLB politic, that b. has rebuilt his_ _ SIX Ins final account and vnuchers1 the
    Click Stables at the old stan! and
    -l woik which Ic' than arge is now -
    hte
    < is pound other
    j' per any Ciiy and CtMtulry.Itlcrrltnntft I : ot 1 Probate of Leon county and apply fir a fin
    ---I phixvn can IN- madu! fir m thi ninikctFe'j. TICKETS $10 ; HAtv $5 ; QCAETERS-$2.50 ; prepared to accommodate his friends aDd customers .
    I -I, 1 hC<). 7-to June rtO.GREAYsOUfHERNTNVENTION. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing i : lie also has attached to bit Stable, a good Black. charge from the adniiniuUtration on fb< fa.t.MarI
    Ornri or yea SLCRKTACT or STATE, J M. Townsend deceased late of said oonr.tv
    i-lccwbere. I ,
    : smith where I.e willLave have done all kindsol
    II CS: Orders for TIckets Certificates! in of Shop
    Tallahassee, March 12th, 16GO. f N. B. All articles manufaclued from the any LYMAN SMITH A.:- -
    U very the above -'iemes to be ,[''te..1 to Plantation work. Horse shoeing,and Carriage work in
    : I liereb certify the loregoing acts entitled An : best material and warranted durable. Xo other artewill .I WOOD EDDY & -'O. Wilmington, Del : the very best manner and with promptness and die- March 10, SCO. ll-6m
    amend the H'I section of the Cth article of tb. I be offered for sale.
    Act to 0 or, WOOD EDDY i. CO.. St. louis Mo.tv' pitch.
    OMM-tilutiofi of the State of Florida," An Act to October 20. 1855 42 Novembers, 1853. 44 Notice.
    HONEY & LLOYD'SI'ATLXT Circulais Schemes for the month
    13th article of the Con contaicng
    S. Arm nd the 7th section vf the ,
    I c.
    will be seat free of exp"J\e. by addressing as above months from the first publication of
    tUlutMHi *.f this State, An Act to amend th. 8OUTJILRNItcDw. Carriages, Buggies, and HarnessFor SIX the undersigned administrator of U.i ,*
    ,
    s mended l ConMitution (sf Ihe St A of florida! in relation 'lrXXO & f-J" The Drawings of Wood Eddy k Co.'s IftiUnes -
    of Juhii' Pjrlhill deceased late of Leon eons
    to th. sewions of the General Assembly'," to JYO are published in foe New York Herald, New Sale by P. B. Brokaw.: .1
    Ifp bis final to the of Ptf' "
    I account Jodge
    Its (.o. and correct copies of the original acts ou Cl.is !. York Times and New lorker Staats Zeitung. -t: llE Sulor.criberhu just received present .
    1 Leon county and ask to be diK-barged.
    tbs: i.Cce. I'JtcnteU Dec. 27tb, 1853."I'TT'E $ FACTORSCommission Z-S very large supply of Carriages, S. M. PARKUItL A,'=-
    Witness rnv official !
    sijn.tture Clark's Plow. Buggies, and Harness which be off is
    --- -- ---- Feb. 18,18CO. 8-iaBlacksmith .
    F. L. \'ILLEI'WUE.SccrtWV call the attention of the public lo our new AaDQ3t'ntriU -- for sale on the moat reasonable terms. -

    of State. \. V PLOW feeling satisfied that it is the most November 18. 1854. 46
    Patented 14th I860.rpHE
    l Hie Jacksonville Standard, Tampa Peninsular I'ebruary ,Notice.
    Lr I i I convenient; valuable and economical plow yet invented (
    and Marianne Patriot will publ! l for six months i JUcrcbant5, --0----
    i i and inuet when it bas been tried superce-Je all DENTISTRY.DR.
    to I Ibis PLOW in the States ef .
    right sf
    and forward accouuu to the Executive Department
    others. This is the of
    Match 24. I860. lS-6ra opinion experienced planterswho I NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF, JL Georgia and /labama has been sold and assigned
    examined it. We
    1 have are are prepared to sell
    ------- Cot Jo" '.h II Alston of Leon
    I t.. F. IIANCKEL, to e county.
    'iti, anJ call the special attention of the public '
    S.A.LE tiaU
    OF ,
    State and County Uights for other sections are offered
    that tll .' wishing may secure them l'iOn. The plowcan 5uLT\-Nxi\ !' } Charleston S. C.
    I ; : ) I for sale. AT ply illllU iately. This i is no hum
    and will leave
    Internal Lands.By be teen M Lloyd, we patterns
    's Improvement dLsti ibuted fit UuTvrent place's very soon. E. W. NO WELL, bug invention, but u strong simple andcheap.E. .

    order of the lt'ard Trustees of the Internal HONEY
    Fund, notice is hereby given that 14. SCO. 3-if the absence of one of our firm, Messes D. C. j :March 10, 161) 11
    I all lands confirmed to the Mate of Florida under! the IN T. J. CUR LEE
    !" act September 4, 1 S H.(commonly de !p >ated"In Just Received receive al! FULlON FOUNDRY "V\7"OULD return his grateful acknowledgements
    I ua, and I advance upon Cotton designed for I BLACKSMirn BUSINESS IN Ai.'S'
    ternal Land- whuh 11:1' birt-to- .
    Improvement ) not Y Y to the citizens of Southern Georgia and Middle THE
    us. IIANCKEL, TUXNO A NOWELL
    I fore been offtTcd for rate! will be stil'jfct l<> private Per Bark Jfoxlty from J\\w York. I Charleston S. C. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ansi East Florida, fur the very liberal patronage will be carried on as beretofi who t ..
    OLD STAND by the undersigned
    entry from and after the fir t day of June next, with i SELECT: TAt I -0- the ,
    \ .f IlKAXniE COIWULS received from them during five or six
    I Jan. 28, 1660. 5 J3T Sentinel past years. the!
    copy. thanks for and solicits a continuation o/ f
    the exception ol the "Geoigia Fractions. I 2.V '5Y11L Prf, CIGARS and CANDIES I JOBS C.IRDYFroprletor. lie will! continue the practice of tbe above pn fes- extended.

    1- PLPKHIS owning impiovctucnts on any of said lainlu I iVrft-ct Love Cordial lla pb .rry Syrup !CJIC.AL NOTICE.0 I sion iu those ctctions of country, and Las made such patronage heretofore so liberally ...j
    July 1. 1859. SO D. OILELACKSTiUTliiNG
    -1: will have tbe preference in entering the arn.>, provided I Rose do I Lenxon do ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse power arrangements with manufacturers of.Dental Materials -

    ;;1 the proof cf such improvement be filed on or Mint do Pine Apple do Dr. Stuart WhiteI I STEAM order, of the best material and work- North as to enable him to put up FI-LL ..tts oft !

    II 1 before the first of June. Where two or more own Anisette Io Strawberry do 1 be NewY ietli in any of the popular modes, at fromFjZy to
    in
    I mant-hip, and ns cheap as can purchased
    U I. improvements on the same tract the person actually Orange do Cognac Brandy 1848 located near S'ation J, on the Pen. & or Northern city and laid down in Florida one hundred dollars less than u usually charged for -.. SUBSCRIBER givwca J*

    residing said tract will have the prefermceotLI'I j I! Kurael do Champagne Brandy, HAS and offers bin professional l services dialings any for Saw Mills, Grist Mills. Gin Gearing Ac, the same in the South ; (be meant what be says.) and -9 THE e that he IIM opened ts .e-'p
    wise, the jx-reon first nialin; suc-h ALSOA the lIe can I them to be as DCBLI Buimrtl. and ia V
    I t>> the citizens of surrounding country. I 4-cJ. constantly on baud. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 guarantees _-_)BLACKSMITH SHOP agsin
    be pnfcrred. lu cases conflicting. the contest injj ![ large I sortmeut of fine CANDIES. Apply to be found at the residence of Mr. J. J. Chains about Hx-nes in diameter alwsyn on bandor made to order. kERViccACtx: as can be put up North or South. euDI.ectillOitb his IJVIBT STAIIZS. **. k' *'

    parties must present the evidence upon which their March 17. 1S60. 12-tf_C. M. WEST.TAXASSESSOR'S. one mile from the Station. Some beautiful pattern of Iron Railing for grave Those in need of bill service can, by dropping a have done all kind of Plantation And C fU-.' .L"
    I claim is based before tbe ------ ----- ;
    first of June. that "
    1 me on a Nov. 26,1859. 47 note to LifO al either Montecl l or Mammon, Fla, -ALSO-
    decision Le made their claim __ ___ i JIU'Il. de.
    way npou respective __ ext'f'11ttdItb hue the work done, and time to teat it Won pay W "
    From my decision an appeal lie*.,lo the Board of I t Jobbing work of all Seseriptions for it. SHOEING ia the very m".
    Land for Sale. orders addressed to jog **
    AU Lv
    Trustees. From and after the first of June, the In i :N'ct1 a. neatness and despatch. 3y The belt references given i iMesired. O an
    i C t :mal Improvement Lands" will be sold for cask I perxws who have not already given in a "j1HE following desciibsd laud, situated in Wa- John Crdy Tallahassee Honda will be. promptly December. 1858. 6t done with dispatch, and to suit 3OKA'.V en': Tutu

    c.rtleD per cent. being redacted from th. former ALL of their taxable 'property are hereby notified _!_ kulla county, some tea miles west of Newportand attended to. P. B. "
    (KT Terms Cash. .1o: January 1, l9. I
    94 price. j I that they must do BO at once, under the penalty! six miles North of tbe G uhf of Mexico are offeredfor Fellow Cizizens _
    it I also hereby notify! all persons who are iuJeblod tort of double taxwhicu4helaw directs in such pale two thousand leN D
    L cases. containing acres n>.re or BOOKS belonging to tbe esUte of J. M- -
    j the Trustee upon instalment notes given for the purchaM .- The Tax-Awesm respectfully sugges-U that it is there are two well improved settlements on the tract, Special Notice. THE show that many of you are rue that Notice.SIX .

    of Internal Improvement or Swamp and Overflowed quite impossible for him to call on each one, as by Gin-House and Screw on each place, Negro Cabins, j the interest Joseph C rdy estate in sums of f 1 and upwards. The books and months after date the nndersig**! wiT': "i

    j Lands that said notes have been under order their delay many seem t J think he should do ; on the Corn Houses and other Decenary buildings; about HAVING: purchased well u all accounts accounts will be found with tbe subscriber until the bis final accounts and Tooeb rsl tl.. J" '
    of the Board turned over to the Treasurer, Mr. C. II. it is clearly tbe duty of to i 650 cleared five hundred of hammock I Foundry as 'J.I!
    contrary every person acres acres good will hereafter be eoo- let of next July. when they will be tamed over to of Probate ol Leon county,M exoffici* 11m
    -j .\Ucl U. who ia authorized to receive the money for come aud render ia their list to the Assessor who :> to clear, the balance good .ok hickory and due tbe.concern, the business indebted will please come the Sheriff with instruction to Collect. "Take doe tor oo the estate of V. V. Skrine deeeHW, lite

    tbeesne.- IIL'GII A. COULEY.SaVmian can be seen any time, at_the Drug Store of J. 1C j! pine land; will tell at a reasonable price. Any one I' dotted hI me. Those their accounts. notice thereof and govern yourselves aeeordin II'- said eountj and ask to be dischanred tbwfroni

    of the Hoard of Trus'ecsof Gregory & Co. L. C. DEMILLY j wishing further intelligence'' can find out by addressing forward' 'isd settle JOns C.Ar.D S. A; SPENCER, ExVr. H. T. BLOCKER. Ezofficiv A''

    t She luternil I ImjMvVcift-at 1'uud. I Tax Assessor for Leon county. I D. RICHARDSON. I. Newport, Much U, 18110. 13 April, 18&(. I5CHANGE m'
    2t1n.Ii K. !'**. 12 M veil 17. 60. 12-till let June (Bent. copy. April, 21,1SGO.l 17-sSm Wakulla county. January T, I860. 2-ly-




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