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: June 9, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00407
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ssiunsl niti p:5iiiffS (Ecrh AMES' & LIVELY, I Hew Establishment. HOHTVALE SPRINGS. I J. E. GREGORY & CO., Lon, May ISrh, 1SCOMy .

,. IlE uivh'rcitf'i-d ,r.pect .\' inf.nus t.ia friend I 1S6O.S. (.Site'r.!;.;or.s TO C. IJKNVEU, JR.,) i

if kj i rQ"' f f'H'(; -7---C'Olil.L.JUU == WHOLESALE A\D RETAILTALLAHASSEE rl and) the public gi-n<-rjly! that be has lint. IJ\MK & SoNs AM .\. P. WATT, Owner! '\Vholeeale! and Retail Pca'.t'M! in i uitbdraun Dear from Sir :active I hu:1 p.irticipntioa you are in:twue.p'i!itic i. 'I

., urIS IN- I Retired from Business, I and Proprietors ; also Owners rii.-iinly. am DRUGS AND) MEDICINES ;, ii l jiartv slnffs since the nutnination; of(;PII.
Ii i>or !! Mont ,
UCALKB IUIH'GS >: i Proprietors. of FACHANUIuri.L: : : Scott l"y the \Vhij (liahimore) Convention.
PUNTS 1 ; 'I fotnery: Alabama. ii 18.V2. Not bflioting; it cnnsK'ent with

i nor I I.... I I.e any r rRAVCLEUSou OIJ the! Rail l BoasTs: fmia Dalton of to the South and to the
I my sense ilr.ty .
: : ||: 4 OILS I ii Intention of Going to Texas .1. Vittiiwui, : to Kii.'x;title, T.uric' s*,e. read i r. Union the nominee ot
Mrninxrs 1 ( iI i .fc.Ieteal.ly\ Inking Stage C-wclu-s cither ut Lou but that Le will full resume whose election would I believed cndaogtr .
I ) I or Knoxulle. Since the last season new bnil 1-ng! .Ij !! ns ,
LI mr..rIU their rieu-U and the
\\y- 1 1" ,, li public I lie |i have been adilei. the :grounds ell 1\1: nl wwl ofiuor
tiu-v II. \ ou a n-fiiitmrnt \. i
1 BLACKSMITiUNC r/---_ f'mhelliI.ed.'illt! ard planted orchards,ga.dens ... section ar.d the Un.on into
.' ,,: iu> *r<- .scr&l1v ,kept ill their lint <.fI)1J,ineib \ highly ) my bring peril
BUSINESS ail l firms extruded: and the whul&'l'la..e made -- the Federal (;Io\ernnient into the *
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;: '.< ic<'iitni; rVy.lirlj; fresh supplies: The 1' I' ;: by Putting:
\ I In a1'Iitsvri..ubr] .nch .t. i; more inviting thin ever. hand the 4111. of the Mr
*7.' "hH **e r.a'izbIe. been : T TAVE on at eci.i.I.tgn. lintuis of men who \vculdba u.e or abuse
Stb 11\1\1' 14. e.. one nvHiih, froin thi;* ( I Met J_
tar, corner
.:ulU'wssw.! Apui FLAIJ dale.l His i ill fr !...ol- Hotel bu..iu"S8i'a i Mae n. G:&.. in New York. and !. tie! power e'itru! ,lod to them! as to force the
: shop| nt- and complete ')tk: ci pureD.ruKS i
I in } Ala.) for M.BC lien TUI>TII large; Southern States and :Southern; !. people to the
AR'DE1f-- i,1C, on :2U! ) ftiot street ..., I NOW M.noierv;
W .. I I.1l. -: &- Ciciiirnl
L. .
P. A RE LOW r.e.-i\re-: A lar mid freli supply of opposite the f"IIILOflil'e f> "" I I veers. Expelie-uce has taught:; them the wants(>fth'jtcu.M. 'I'ZfilSriiu1! nnil iDyeStiiffs altei native) of disgraceful submission to _
c\'ei varictv aitit-lis kept by Dru.guu.nd : I IrL all who set'k 1 Oil Tot i per-
and! Pain
J : PutLiu; they assure f-'pirt'.t
i FILLS \\ I and in the re.irof Mr. Zulcr's Harness Shop' where I Pesort tonal and! political w.onjj and injury or to A
tXTEl:."' l'l//C/AXS. hriiittnds to carry on the bn'ii-os1) a* it thnuld I Id 8 HEALTH i-oatour or n.rAcrr.c, Hut no Summer pcnltnc, VarnisJics, Bru..lir. Cuntfhene. -
Mtottbts: (Cloths $tiiulvn others. will aln ays u... Feelirg! jrratfful: f.r: the lifx-ral paroling' I i is more complete than MoN TV A LE .SPRINGS Burning Fluid \Yindoa I resort to re\outi! >n, to protect those Stats
uliicb thtse better
I and iruiivithcl for the
full nU'II..J Im and boictoftire! extruded l 10 him, he \ouli reepcttuilvelicit I in the CXTOT and VABII.TT of means by rights: securing
thing in our onn
't'flI.of ,
Class ,
every 1'uUy, 5-c. 5'C
,.. owiijwrsorial objects lire secured. They ir.vok the! Attention oltbepu'jlic of which the Constitution of the United States
of the his
]liberal be had in JvmUiriiiM a Cditinuai.ee .an IMIJHII by I
lei ins ns tlify can :
rrHr.ItHi! Tine 1'1afcdfur! any
I .. t.. their advantages in all these respect with a fine assortment ofTOILCT > !
ait eL Order by MJI or otherwise promptly. at- eff.-rt Wid prompt attention to rendor utircsatisfaction. .I ; ,. I togethcV was framed and adopted and the Union of
TiiiT: : .LI- *? l.7Y' OJlZ t"II.lrJ l to hiut fillrd u illi the tame CurrtHtnc.as. i ir I : U. yj FITTS.h The aj .irtiucnti. are all P.CMLT fitted served up ; prods th' I A>D FAIVUV AI TJ'I.LS'I'} States consummated.
and by *
Los abundant prepared
TALI n..'4 t:. F ur.WA. rl''I1l1y itiifli.ised by Cu t"lIh'rfTo Cat.L! and _April.28. 1 SCO._ 18.- f. I are CO>sI!TINO OF I .
..... : : ___ brat ('oohlln I waiters. The ICK caor U i a FCIL one, I From the period of my retirement to pi iate j.I
-- -- time! buyerg *'t' 1I vonGdcnt. in BJ> e 'lootl1 .Nail and other
miji Hair
prompt ,
C.TCES! Arm JEWELRY REPAIRED. N"OTICE.Pen. ad<;&,ale to all demands. Superior Bns"--I I \ life my time has been devoted to the mn- ,
them eutire l a.i.lJ.r.il.n. Our :STOCK: c mriii 11U.1 I
can tive
w".1 ;3 (U lici'ynt.Mir ; Fii.it, Wines, lc; ., supplied at table and eewhere. I cs; Horn lrorjj awl India Rubber I terial! dcvelopement of the State to which and .
,* '; r {Imr; -itr > -t- & Geo. Railroad
: J"l'i Company. .
All the ACOX'SARIE.I: f r ENJOTMINT5OJ: EEC- aid Fine Combs Fancy Toilet i
jug ;
Drug.. Ile Stuffs, I to whoso people I am under so obli-
:\ '. 5 1"1. ) : I nt the best Watering Places will be f tiad Choice ; many
Medieinnt Varnishes, }'Ll REGION Soaps ; Pomatums, ; I II social and and that
-"--- IIIID.r"J) be accoinm"dited. gations, ; now
TI.. H7BERBY; Chemical, Putty ..., ... ti' .. .J. : ;:, here.A. Overfi to the RATI\K'e properiw guests call of thcixj WATKUS: I Perfumery Jfc., <$'<".> <$'?. ; considerations ofa purely privatenntare, havo ..

Commission rfumcrjr, I.uuiinir }HuiJ MEETING: of St.K-kh.-'ders, of the Pcnsv: I ride nj>tricur .d nUIIHsr: I'lijgLia* testify( as fjl! I Ail of nhic-h they will sell at rea-wnable prir*. flY I induced me to sever the many endearing ties
Auctioneer and int Caml'l.ille.Oi1s. A keeping constantly suppliel with all articlr in
cola A Georgia Uuitr"a'l! IB C-iHed to tC'II'YII.1at lode. :
ClansVar..', hoc. find strict ttei.tion to busioei-s, thu will rn- te Licit attached me to Florida, 1 am here,resolved -
MERCHANT.T Tnllaha Miit.I the 'jth; of June in their effects on lie luiian system by
next. I are
see. on :tv. hey I *
\ /"me S. .. j Window (illllt. lieretofoie. )h f' .rrd! to with devotion
"' p I5y order of th. Boird ;.f Director Diuretic. Diaphoretic Aperient Highly;: : Alterant.Kxhileraiitniilireetly dllI\"or to merit the patronage: apply myself equal
a,' :r.rUSt.SMkS5.: .- S9WJI. !-- .--- Fb Tooth and IL.ir| Jlanulaotured Tobaco.Bn1iee 1 1'. H. FLAJJ. Secretary. j ( ) Po\\.ertutly! onic. They have, upon their predecessor. to the practice of my profession.

II. 5Ic)0\\I.I) & (C'S., Paira HfOhhes. j| P..tt'ut Fine havana M 3leilieines Segars, [3T* Kntiiwl, Q'IIIK-V Republic, Family Ti'.iud: / perhar! n, rival in efficacy tither in the m,ncral orvegetable I Physicians FrescriptiCBS.; I But though no longer politician, I cannot .
I soil 'Iali""n" }It'>un'r c ,py. I kih ;..I"Ir..r all cases comprehended under but feel the deepest interest in
SurgiQllnftllum.til. | M'tacine: CLcst. Particular attention paid to C\'iI.ti"ns-clue passinG'politicnl
x Cammissisa ;)D1T5t, May 5. 1:>6,', 19 the general term Drsi-ei-sa with 1I.1Ilhdr ninny and) Medicines! nt all!!Lours- SOtto
brrtising kuiteii t. I'lan'.itioii! and Family use, i I fully compounded from I'ure I events; and though resident of A city
vaiied eoucomi'ants as I |jan-hiundriasis, Neuralgia: ,
No. 102 NASSAU S1'I :EET. TOTE WINES A LKAXUJCS MII-KIXAL purp.J6e8..tESO TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE I Chronic Lit r Complaint; enlargement of the Spleen. I day: and lIi 1t. 13 I II half of whose pOI ulation sympathise- .*
March! 24. 1M50.'
NEW YORK. -. SADDLERY Sick ai.d Nirvon Headache, Debility, Dcriunjemfnttf < I I with the Black Republican party, : am nono
..' -' 800 OUNCES SULPII QUININE. i the Nervou II)stem, Ac.TLiir I ThREsh HOIS. SHAKER'S HERBS AND I II the !tss keenly dive to all that concerns and
AJ '*rti"ewwts nil! be nx- :iT &oath.n ill tl.it r\pn.: I). II AMES. M. LIVELY.. I remedy in most cases of Chronic Dropsy; and fcftxctions -- I. rights

Au r. 2n.! 1"_ :9. ____!l _.__ __u____ .214.!: 1SL9_":20 t_. EIAHNESSESTABLISH of the Kidiiet s. They lire nlso tllioicnt in Mer- COD Ln-J: OIL. Rushton Cilcbrted! Brand. Southern States and Southern people. By
I t'ul'1 Diseases, anm ing the dormant power of \'iI purchase of cotton estates in Arkansas and

I:. |). I1Y.- -HIGH---AT01KR- SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, ,1EUT.r I tihtv and thus assisting! nature to(ii l>>jgc and throw II --- ----- .--- -- ---ht-ORT-- Mississippi, my personal interest in political!
OOlX. ;
-- -- I off any nioibid or posonout miller from the sjgt<-in. R to the of African
CAJv1PHENE: questions relating: subject
: .
PAPY & ARCHES, I In shirt, all cases of gem ral! debility and f'ot'ruhunI ---- -.---------- ---- than
I1E SUB3CRIDiil is
KE1IOSL' : & LAUD <> si> Iii I .. find a agreeable and reliable remedy: in slavery greater c\er.
: very *
Outtor-n; : :: 3 7J t; Ij:1vc.r: I IT.T.LIU.U having pUldm.S l ;,.. .s:, I these waters. Fresh Supply Since tho disbandment of tho.Whig party
ff .
utv "f tl 1.f' late
:!:, FLOl n.\. Mat 1S9. ?() I the interest! < f'i I Cases of obstinate! Chills and Fevers, and) manycut.iueous 0' I it has hen: manifest that there is no existing
14. DAVID II lIt LT.. in A\\ ..
; __ __ ___ _. ..
it h
I Tttiers
n : iebeen
I diseases as Herpes or : < organization to which we can look
July fl. )S..9.A. 2S The Extract Quality the Calril-e. Siddb-rv ? : ? PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES, political
Original them.
eared ,
-- --- -- -- --- -- < I by the of Constitutional and
Lusiii.so 'J for our
ac.1 l Ilari.cw / W5r;; fr protection
I \\ ilo earnf-tK! thereforo in all sincerity. recm- and American Window GI.lu.
l bun >S'Vi'fI 'r:J::.? e natural laveboYders-outside! of the
liuig kept FRENCH
PEELER rights as
J.LAW Corn Starch
would 11in *S? r :"rJ' mont! all jnrznita s'lffrrm with Chronic Diseases, to .t Sons Pure Lead
rt pectft: i .11111,1 make dot of the Montvale Waters." Snow White Zinc Southern States-except to the Democratic
& COLLCCTfON OFFICE, 1EJIRE1) prifsly for Pudoingc Ice Cream form the inLkbittnt-:' i < -:3
P Aunt 16CO. ltj-2m: and Sash Diuilies and whatc\er the
-8 Paint
VamUh endangers integrity
pasty ;
TALLA1IA53E. I'IXtUIDA."IA'ILL Cea. lianre :Mangv Cu tAf.Acoivedliehhby L 10 N and! tI.1j >into' -- -- S
Pructioc ni the Circuit C*>uit".>f Ovlwlca.If l. ) AMES .t:: LIVELY.Mavil. C..unti, that li- a-dl! ..., i,- p th. 11..iro-s in ai: itsbiranhts EV'COODS. I' -JIINE- -ASOEtTMENT- --- -OF FEATHER DUST of that party is a subject ol most serious consideration

1A".n.\ WiskuIhiJ.-flrr.a an.i Mjniivm, allot \tiv. 51Congress I *t the OJ! bund, "Leae tu.iy be found at r I' .1':: ERS. if not cause for alarm on tbe part*

atteiui pr<'inptly to the cullci-tion: (f notrs awl tc- I all turn's. I ----0--- I -- -- -- ---- of Southern men. The threatened disruptiors'afthat

..lli, $ in any of said: Counties.J3P" Water. I Jloclatrayt UilJffi.-s, Road Wagont Saddles, : Joseph Weber, -.J I G LUC, belt! and Common. .I party: : 8'\ national organization,by the

OfiicV in the! Crtj'iU.l.opposite the d..or of tLe Harness Ilridlft Whips Trunls --- --- ------- withdrawal of of ral of the *
I SUPPLY, just rM't".iH'tJ and for sale 1 : MERCHANT TAILOR.fijJ :; ---- Delegates sm
Atti.rne\'s ( .ncr.1 l office. AFRESH AMES d.:: LIVELY.May and Mjcftine Belting \ E1lOENE. Lard Seats Foul and Train Oils, Southern States from the Charleston Convention .
F.-b 27. 18S8! 9ATGALLIE-:f A-iD tiLER II: JI&J2? fc : IT. Linseed! Oil. (uoiled and raw.)
---- ------ _14.1851'h_ ____ __ ---- --- Of every variety. And in f'ict. every article usually: I 1rady.MadeCiothing; -&- $pAM ( I Burning Fluid, Comphene Ac.: has given ma the greatest concern. The
kept' in such an establishment ; and he hope. by nt ; o J' I --- Delegates from Georgia and Florida cerotmong ?

Lead. tention to the interest of lie customer, to Merit a > GF. TLDoIE:
in.ALLK IDRY Ground in Lin- continuance of the patronage Bolilxnlly! b-htowt-d Furnishing Goods, \ .: S
EXTRA and! No. 1- pure : that and I trust the
they were
J. 1-: PURDY.Tlic do. wrong
PURE upon hi predecessor.: Cioves, Nutmegs. Race Ginger:
received ai0ir ale bv Tl\l1l1ha Fb.
Oil. just ; I 'f' _
CINNAMON States will the
White and Black people of prevent injurious -
( Ginger, ;
AMES d: LIVELY. suhtciiVr TTunM) sib-n inf.irrn his friends and ;
GOODS; ) IJnOrISIONSA 21! 1 Kir: 21 I the public that he tid; continues! ihe Agency! of the rpfl} Sul>*cribv'r, i- now reeeiving.ath.is. cOre seleote.lstock next I Mustard Seed. Allspice. Cayenne and Black Pepper consequences) which must otherwise
._- veil known aol justly ceIelraedIt7relcr J. to R. II. Berrv's Auction Ro..m.'ell Cvltry Seed, BjttleJ Mu'tard, Nice Olive Oil.FILAVIilNQ result from the hasty action of their late Delegates .
1----------------- t of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. suitable forGENTLEMEN'S I -
I ., iy Wilson's Sewing Machines.Talluha i WEAR EXTRACTS of all kiuJs. by sending others to represent themin

GROCERIES IX GENERAL. J Pvun Sardines, Pickled O fters Uiandy Peach- ..>-ec. $'f't. 2>. ISiO.; 211Novv I the adjourned Convention at Baltimore.
(ra, Prrcerved Lenum. Urnnc*-,, Pine Appl.and consisting in port of ---
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Xovembtr IS. 1 i'o. 8. 46 II Ginger.::!: Or..n Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrup Kitpbiry Goc1.. t' French and English Cloths, Cassi- Gelatine &:e., The demands you make of the Democrat5c

do.. Sirab:\' .1.! .? Pine Apple dot, and Oiujrer and ISINGLASS by every Steamer. party arc unreasonable and unjust, and involve .

FIRE INSURANCE! i d">., Itll'l.llf.rry:: Vinegar. Fresh SnliiKm Lob*t..r. FOR : meres Vestinga a mere impracticable abstract'nm. Tho
Ha ST1TE FIDE: -UD )1ARI\E I l.NHRANCE CO. Scotch Ale and Porter. SPRIiGA1'I) SUMMERPRATORIUS& to make up to order in a workman-like and1.ishiot.able .i._) Corn Starch. Bermuda! Arrow Hoot, party tho every doctrine way of non-intervention years
I and RFASONABLK TIS.MS. Also committed to
30,000 Havana Sejjars.AMEs manner on : Tapioca Barley. Sago Ac.:
I1ENNS\LVAXIA.: : i LIVELY. ioeo. a general assortment. ofREADYMADE -----.- by Congress with the question of slavery.-r-
against loss b\ Fire ..t. the usual terms 1659. 21 Cream Tartar Sup. Carl Soda You recollect that in '48,1 contended that
INSURE F. 11 "KLACft. Agent May. 21. _. ____ __ __ __ CLARK CLOTHING, PURE Soda Alum Saltpetre, Sulphur may
Tnllahsssec Drt''m\-w IS. l*-,.'.s. 51Edward ..._ Black[ and Fancy Silk Cravats and Tics Shuts Me- Ac. this was not up to the measure of our rights
-- -- Cod Liver Oil. HAVE NOW I IN _,,: lino Silk and Cotton Under Shirt, Collars, Half Indigo. Copperas : and that Congress ought, if it had tho,power,

I!. West, 'RESII AND PI'llE of the celebrated Brands" <,fCloths a fall assortment II"*!,. Gloves He would te., <.te.W take. this method of returning S WEDISI1 LEECHES constantly en hand by special legislation, if necessary, to protect

I 1 Clark! A Co & Rn-bton'ii. : us in tho enjoyment of our slave property .
UI'.tnan ef:1fJ [ thanks his old) customers far the liberal patronngeheretofore .
AUCTIONEERS: COMMISSION Fw sale ly' AMES .L LIVELY.May i. ; : bestowed on him.and trusts. by strict at- HOC LDElt BRACES, different. kinds in the territories. But the Southern Democratic .

'f.\LT.nt<;5 EE. TLA.TDUOMl'T I 21. 1 s't9. 21 '__ Cassimercs,i motion to business t<> merit a contmmiice of the S party and most of the other leading '
to I.i, -- I JOSEPH WEBER. of the South insisted that strict
to Consignments '; I same. statesmen ,
att.mi.Mi riven f '
L to Ames A Lively" rrST RECEIVED supply Mrs. ALLEN'SJ Vestings 1AK.H. i March 2-1. 18CO. 13 TTEIMSTKEET A COWS INIMITABLE HAIR all had j'
e-tre. Rooms ut:1L: d"r -4 W- intervention by Conn'rcsswas we
Zilo'balsamnm. hair
and .. JLJL warranted to restore
tO( Hair Restorer ---- ---- COLORING, grey
:.>ru More. [-Dec.17.- ... 1S59.! For side l bv AMES A LIVELY. Spring Coatings, -- I -- to its original color at the Corner Drug Store.J. a right to ask, and all that n as required- t'-..

--- -PosTi MEL May :?1, 1839. 21! Drillings MarseillesTestings, NE\T GOODS. GREGORY A CO. that the admission of the power to protect ;

--- -'--- &c.1 -- March 24.18CO. 13. co'or at least. to the claim of tho power t t
) Manufacture to gave
Which they are pr"ptre.1 t t.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS English Linseed Oil, at the Shortest notice and in the most! RARE INDUCEMENT. DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID to prohibit"the introduction of slavery in

61 Poydrn Mrerl, PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale manner. Also an extensive; ortuiont of I -Q- PROF. Corner Drug Store. the territories-that all they wanted was to .

OE1..LEA.NS. A: by the Cask: or gallon.! Men and Youth's Clothing, T BEft leave respectfully to draw the attention of J. K.GREGORY A CO. get and keep tho whole subject out of the -

NE w : .. AMES i LIVELY. AND .1. the citizens of Tallahassee and adjoining counties March 24, 2960. 13Denslow's Halls of Congress. Previous to this time

L May 21. 1651_ _21Compound_ ___ _____ FURNISHING GOODS I to the fact that I am DOW in possession of a complete there had been a general acquiescence in the

REFER TO Gentian and well assorted Benzine, abstract question of the power, though no
Messrs Thomas J Perlin .k Co., Tallahassee Fla.I All for sale at the lowest living: prios.. SPRING AND SUilMIER STOCK, for time madoto
Vanvsli serious was a long ,
.. out Paint attempt ,
call front their old fi LIQUID for taking
It Harris& Palmer: c.,., M Quiney.Ibenliam .mtic...Ilo, "HOB: :;EL: ': r: : .uc.: .. spectfully customer's. at their old btand opposite the Tlat'Y're-1 COMPRISING OF ANEW Stains from Silks or Woolens of all exclude 81n'ery'h'ro it existed, nor to

.. I iAIVnhuiu, St. Iarl.,. B ESE FITTERS are an infallible: remedy Cor1sillt111 Bank Aeriicy.C Dry Hoods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Fancy kinds without injuring their color or texture while prevent its introduction where the soil and
< 1 and all ilianiders,ariBinz from a dlrant.dCo.n.ltiIlU \ N.wGoo monthly. unpleasant odor. It is need with the same and de-
receiving no
Mr. James Fil..r. KrW -t. tN are : I Goods, Straw and !Millinery ( oods, heaving climate made its existence profitable

M.-MM! ., kXa"'lt!;' d t OrnwHTid< ThomasrHlc AtLinta, ,Geo." .. Liver: vf Coinplmnt the. di-jestivo Jow oicans.Spirits Dyspepsia, Want of, A Dclii.itv. ppetite -- March 21, 1SCO. __ ___ 14_ I ITaylor's Groceries and Wooden Ware, color succe;*also for for cleaning removing Glorcs'greasy without stains altering out of Paper their sirahle. It was the agitation of the subject

J. N. M Kitinuu J; "V. Ac For sile by AMES
-August----- H- .-IfcSN' 3-ly. --- _May: 21. 1:>59. 21! __ ___ which I offer at a.tonNhin low prices. J. R. GREGORY: CO. and which threatened danger to the owners I I
JIIUIC.O'l'ZCC.: ,1 f r45 and 50 Saw Gins on"h.nd: and for Grateful for the hbeial pationnee: heretofore bestowed Marth 24! 1860. 13 of slaves. Tho demand of the South was
: sale by .. upon me I respectfully solicit a continuance that the subject should l be banished from tho

4 J. R. T.\YI.OI.o. . .J. S. KOXD. G-1.0"iV'tb. of" :3LO3OWE DOCBLCYLL\DER of the same, and invite the public to call and give MRS.II ALLEN'S II HAIR RESTORER, Halls of Congress. The Southern portionof

& Bond I well 1..1f'CICd us a trial. pt'ctCul1y. ZYLOBALSAMUM the Democratic party induced their Northern .
Drs. Taylor are now receivitig a large: : LAWRENCE RESTORATIVE
....ur..ul of J''oie.e'd'iirompritlingan 60 SAW GINT April 14. 1860. 16 WOOD'S HAIR allies to come to this ground. A compact S
*...ri3t..l.. tIe, 1.raetie.ofMedieine.I Of- reliable IMSTREET A- CO./$ INIMITABLE
rxtensi\e varicU of the txst and inort -- ----- - -- made by which the Democratic party
nAVK f xl tie .i_i' ..TA M) "t. l Ir. T jU.r. 170U sale by IIOPIIIXS I: MEGISSISS. I ANDCRSON..31. H. .MILTO.\: I HAIR COLORING BACHELORS HAIR DYE, was
Seeds. :II. K. and itself to resist all
and North South pledged
1 ..lia.ip-ce. 1eI't ury I I. :S9.._ __ Vegetable Agricultural I J? April 21, 1660. IT-lm TRIcornEltous.Also .
In the flectu of our slock. the createft care has --- - -+ --- Anderson & Milton, Congressional Legislation on the subject, aud .
iE 'f ..N1.. been observed ; and a- a further 1'\'l'emtioll.| : i the vitality A. JOHNS, I. n't La a good assortment of the best kinds ofDPoxaa.ctc3Los Southern doctrine ofnon-inlenention, agreed :,
tested before bemjjotTtred ..A.ttcrIao3rAND; ; : ,
Seeds I is
of the generally r,1
INSURANCE CONPANY (..or sale; !o tl.at purchasers may depend: on Dealer ill and Manujucturer: fif all kind of'AMEIiWAX : cfcj Oils: to by Northern democrats, became the

ttiuir those that are fresh! and ..f the most n litblccharaclir. AXfl ZTAL1ASMARBLE SOLICITORS IN EQUITY"ria fir the Uair.F ognized doctrine of the National Democratic .
"/ ,," HARTFORD and urged terms
()f' AMES I A LIVELY. in party. Having proposed
WORK formed! A co-partnership practice
-+- Nov. 26. 1 850. "47 ,1 1MONU'MENTS HAVE, and will attend wiih fidelity and promptness orgti.EEFINED: O1'1.'S and conditions on which we desired the set

in l IslJ.-Charier Prrprtnill0 --- -- : : : to business enlru!'ted 1 to their cf.re in the tlement of this distracing! question and having .
Incorporated All ) STONES icHT I
It Shines Circuit Courts of Jackson Franklin Calhoun' and induced our Northern friends to adopt
Yard the ('aiituI. A'&lla*"ee. FIlL ROOT
m-ar ARROW
I '\ rAsoNs C'llALLENGE KLACKIXO is the 5 Work sold) as cheap as it cube had elsewhere Washington ; in the Supreme Court at Marmmn.; aoln FLORIDA them and make tLcm part of their political
CAl'I'\I.-I.OOOOOO. l: Court at Tallahassee and
CASH the T'nited States District
_i\i .tiy! stall.lalll! aiticle M"the !k;;:nd in v f. May 6. 1SCO. 19-6ia At the corner Dru;Stort' creed in opposition to the prevailing senti
it is od I. makesthe Apa'uchicola.Fitn: GREGORY A CO.
Ri which J. R.
-A-rvt' the ">t on States
It the Northern
** AND; \M\OEBV FlU pr I 6IIe.Itby ment of the people of on
ISST-UF AOAIX5TI.O soft and : aud thus events its ----DISSOLG'ir x.OF-- uaiy 4, 560. I -
TO Till II\7.\UI, leather pliable: - ---- I faith cartS
AIAVTEV' --- and
ox 1IIM I of fairness good
in all climate I I what principles
.(N1)c.NI.TENT WITH THE: LAW a crr.iknn I : ; i warranted to retain its rtves and Tobacco.PURE
OF COMrKXATIOXB. : *. tr the ntino.'phere dry or moist. warm or I I.I CO-p nr"tn..or,3hi.p.TlJl Choice Cigars we now denounce them adhering to those

C. LKWIS. .Ant o..!\.I ; and lias f.ir a quarter of a century, enj..yel : co-partnership of Carrell bMuxwell u this. principles, and for standing on a platform.
Fur Tullaha: and' Tirfnity. the good opinion of msnkiiid. I l.'y di i.* >lv.,d by mutual conlut, and alt! perons I WINES AND LIQUORS, which ice ereciedfor them J
call and
of the said firm requited to
aJ..n. indrbted to are ,
lid !'tl'9! palace
Auut15,1$67.. \ __33 ._ __ _____ cri-at It is an a 1 1110in choirs< the mirror solitary: a but ol the lonely back $:settle th.-ir accounts by note or otierwise to D. B. For Medicinal Purposes.COOKIXG While I believe that Congress ought to pass -

'LL (--------------------1 W. J: 1V.\"I'.IL woodrnun.Likr MAXWELL who can" be found al' the old stand, I all practicable laws for the protection of slaves .

the Sim. it diCW* its genial influences uponall and who alone is authorized: to close up the business I I'd WINES, VIXEGAR j'C. as well as ioU other property( I would not now S
h-iroan blood being:: A II a ) Z
Call & Brevard of Dud challenges their: of the concern. W. C.CA R It ELL. the
coaditioiis -- because
and men -
s'its D. B. MAXWELL.HAVING always presents us with the same essential elements. -- ask Congressional Legislation,
A,11orncys; ; Lit Iaw" esteem and admiration! May 1, 18CO. -- and gives I of course the TarE STAND. Analyz Scotch Ale & London Porter, agitation; of the subject by Congress will S

T.\LL.\II.\.q.E.: FLORIDA.HAVING For sate wholesale nud retail AMES by t LIVELY. sold inteieH in ttp partnership of the mood of a person suffering from Consumption racsn scrriT damage us more than we can possibly beben-
I Mar. 10. 'GO. 11 < my te.. and ALSO A
associated tlirmselv in theprficticeof, ----------- d t MAXWELLS my f.rmerpartiMr. IJter Complaint Dyspepsia,.Scrofula: we tfitted by all the protecting laws they'C3n I
I their lI"innt1 set vices!tot'.e Maxwell trim will ioulinue in the find in every instance certain leficier>eies in the red Water. i
offer pn .e Charles M. West D. B. of"Blood.. these deficiencies and Congress pass. Slavery or anti slavery agitation cannot
will in the Circuit < ourtsofth business I solicit for him a coninuaure of thllt.patrOl3 g'obules Supply
"ul.ll 'fly practice (, Court and DiatiutC same ".. liberally; "ttoxred upn the late firm \ou are mate! well The, BLOOD FOOD is founded For sale at the Corner Drug Store of afFect us, to long as it is confined to the
Middle Diftnct.tht.oul'rf'n1 IN f'
''.rt ..r the United Suites at Ta1L.ha'ee.t by our friends a..J the coroinoLily p"" raJl!. 'upon this T"ecory-hnce. its astonishing successlliere .- J. R. GREGORY t; CO. States. We heed not and care not for the

: ; Office in Rutger' new building ovtr theM GROCERIES and PROVISIONS May! 6. r60.. 10 W. C.CARItELLFor \| are' FI of V the. P Blood r.-p a in ra different 110 n m adapted lleue!*.to For t kedeficicnc I Mareh24.ISGO. IS -- ratings of Garrison or Wendell Philips in

"..\\h Western Rail Road. es Boston. We only feel<< its effects when their
afTcciion( whatererof
GENERALLY.VLL Coughs. Colds, Broncbui or any !
F..l. 4, 1S60. meet Sale \ Geo. Walton Knight, I the' in Federal -
orders accompanied by the CASHrill the Throat or Lungs inducing Consumption useNo. i kindred spirits agitate subject our

ROGUE 8AMAKER itli! prompt attention. milE HOUSE AND LOT ON 1fb ROE (7:} I. which is also the No.for Depression! of Spirits. ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, legislature. Utah and New Mexico )

leb. II, 1860. G ___ Sentinel copy.Blacksmith I Ii Ii j_ Street., now occupied bv P. B. Irokuw. a I Loss of Appetite. and for all Chronic Complaints TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. seemed to have escaped the attention of members .
ATTORNEYS & COUiNSELLURS I Eq. b. B. MLOINISS.:: I a.ing from Over nse.O.neral Debiliiy! end Nervous I and under the doctrine of
i New Shop y5,18CO. 19 I Prostration. No. 2. f.r Liver Complaints No. 3, for J2f 0>ncjc: at Messrs. Ames t; Lively Drug' Store of Congress, : .

.A..T LA.'VV', HIS -:- _______ -- --- i -- Dyspepsix Being already prepared for absorption : May 5, 1860. 19-1. I nonintervention slavery is now protected in .
formed A co-partnership in tL@ practice of '11E SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED ExecuthfsNote.TOTICE it in Taken by Drops and carried immeJuUly into those territories, and but for the Congretsiori'

UA\, and will attend to any professional, busi- Blacksmith."HENRY tbe circulation so that what you gain you return- FOR SALE'A al agitation of"the Kansas question" that "
tips iflrtjtpiI. to their care. HICKS.' 4b "'\ is hereby given to all none having The No. 4 is for Female Irregularities: Hysteria I settled I
have been
I 1) I' IIOUl'E.rERR. A AKER. fram tlie M.nme louse to XS 1 againat the estate of Jao L.lIart. de Wc kn !!'f'S.A-c. See special i.eeionsfor tLi'or HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH I territory would quietly y :
May 1. 1858. 18 the buiUlin adjoining lh ceased Ute of Leon county to eomeorward( andpresent S.ilt Rheum. Eruptions.ScroCu1oua.KidneY and B.a.l-1drr the out building. which are very citizens of Missouii and others not hostile'to
_.. Shop of Mr. K. a Clark, them duly authenticated l. to Ctwio A. Hart Complaints. take No. 5. In all c\se.s the riirce! pleasantly! situate on the principle road the existence slavery: ; we would nofr

George S. Collins, opposite Mtwrs. Hopkins __ I la Tallahassee within the time reqoiril I by law. or tions must be strictly followed. Trice of the BLOOD and near the: Depot within leT DK>- ;an; bare been excluded by tb'e- action of,_" Em- ;
& Megmuifs* ikhere be I* this notice will be plead in bar of th4 recovery ; FOOD f 1 per bottl meats walk of tbe Capitol. It has tl.ent. t I Aid Societies" bnt.the territory tfOcifTbe

ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR now prepared to perform and all pet sons indebted;) aid estaU will please .. Sold by CHURCH ADUPONT.. on an excellent WELL gixnl water' grant :
all work, including I come forward and make immediate pay ent. No. 409 Broadway, N. Y. Ft nit! Trees. ten: vbicli mike it very convenient and now or-ert to Southern mets, and! "s1a-aery

.A..T LA."VV' Bcrtt-Shoein sod despatch. t'. PENELOPE= IIART: ucutrix.I By Avcs A- ALivttr. Tallahassee, anti(Ky nil.ref desirable to one that may wish fw A plej! int nitna- be protected by \irlae of the upcr&tinti fthi- .

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. intru'ited to La. charge. best Oaunet ALSTO. 9 EDHART., 'erutor. I pcctabl Drnggisti throughout! the wjntrr.Manli .' I tion. CAU AM SEE IT. JOHN noW1J.Talhbale .\ I doct;inc? of non iclertcnlioTt. Jjo>. with CaliE .
i H. t
cz:7-; : Office over the State Bank. .J1) JOSEPH senioeI copj. .I April 21, 1660. 17-Svr KV iseo. jiiy t. I>\,. 18, GC'I. 8
March 10, 1SGO.
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The 'otula e.. LET'rnn rit031 no?;. D. L. Yt'tEE.WASHI. trl''lliii, .* en%irtion" I eriiertuT. that If the madeia .rn.r.ix UE E. (::u. -T e r..rU.t..1 J"1I1. n ,

toinis. But for the well known pro c of mfm- t'.oei: the rnitlou on lh. s-sbjum'. uf
atayyy. _
r.irie-sof. r.l"i'uLt'IEucte.j:: i i.; ir.Z possession cf the 'II
cf iuto aud J lc isiie! on the subject We place: cur ti.- iaj the Slay 26th, 1SOO. ;
l>ers Conire.vna : \ | a l"a6'a. GT.'S ba uk\n ,1ac.a t.broll :'.; ths t.tt .' .
DlrnaL and 1?. F. ::tral' G\\"I'rsmdt. i it will le time duty cf the r
would )havebcn I
of jlorihbu\ of I
slavery" a tcrriwriIgo&nnen G - _uized th< principle f"o" intervtHtlun, candidate Southern States to recede frora the present confcde' pressure ; >t *nj .crm.
the Democratic
I org .. HILTOX, E-q.. of n* inclined to avoid 'xrrcs>ion of my views because mutant brought about between istjr .
SDI the guld mines of that State would now Le until new gii-tranlic of their right can be *. u.,
worked by slave*. ThejWtriii< uf nonintervention TALLAhASSEE : I (-r Governor and Congress. in some rt-'pe ct", they are at fuiance.rilh those lent disruption of various religions bo.li<*, sn-i

was not then fully reco uiii-d. nn.l it was a poTitifjil -* +-rATtRI Want of time prevents; us from fpeakirg; cf theme generally entertained by trusted and able leaders obtained ; and in failure of thi. to seek their safety to tie question what ought I,) Ud<, iswer
I i
.r neetttity t a.l-nil{ Ui* nnorgacUi'd I"I'rior iu- >AY, JITXK 9, I860. gentlemen a they deserve. Gen. UILTOSI a Lative (.f Southern opinion, in vrhose judgment and fidelity in a new Union of vinpthr.ng;: nni'LfmogttiiouiState that the true tendency ef R j.uLl'ett,. -.a t- -,,

t the Uniou, with a ofl1LfliUfl; prohibiting .larfi : ..:.: -__- .. ._-.- __::_-------- .- =I Georgian cf surpassing power us a debater, and I have great cct.fidencc. Bat, as yea make timerequest Respectfully. replies a* follow: rifet. I

TcT. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS.FOR for the ition Your)!iedicr.t servant, i B
The tfm nd for C*>ngrcsi.'nal intervention for potweeting eminent qna1fcll.rs jxj in so distinct a manner, and so formally, We answer, as before ir1ttnatre' -.r- -: I

the protection of Sjlavry i in the Tenitorie seemi GOVERNOR for which |lie i has bernnominated 1: to which he thnt! to decline an answer might imply either disrespect D. L YULLE.CUAU.SS g'.ne.: Retrace the path! wl.icii has led to e'u ., Ivib.
thcr.-forc. unju to our Northern friends: I L He is no E. DUE, .. Tallahassee.! Cease vituperatingSoulhtrn t
to i.e, .i Le ttetttd : sweeping majority.' of ou rsel for indifference to the subject.-1 Rjen ani Sec-:
' "cd \* I thick calcuLud to lo us mote harm than- JcDTII* :LTC I .f ) All his life been devoted j er ern institatioc Yield to thci L-ose* LhrVrai'
Dercoci6t hal '
< have concluded in view of the difficult conjuncture TUE 1 DELEGATION CUICAQO COSTSnos. -
got. .OF JACKJOS ( yt.sttdaJ. b EXAS IN TUC the constitution they have a right to erj. \ t r'us
I have further s-iid that it iavolved a: inpraetifaWenftxiruf'iiMu to the cf the party founded: ) we have reached, to give you my opinion briefly' .-At lastve Lave the truth about the persona I well as in letter. iani leave the ia to r
I i It impracticable, because u* FOR CONGRESS : Jefferson atm]he has never faltered. in their advocacy in replv.! They are conclusions about which I entertain who represented lhctnsclv*sat the Black: Republican own etiliin their own way LsiVv-rv t.- ," j.Li j. <

Jcnotf ful well it is impostiVt to obtain the : L TO :r in sui hine or in storm. As a native son e>f the no hesitating doubt I Convention as delegatesera Tn!. We have xhibilcd :* own business, and commence the Work Iimeaiing. f '
kind we e to What : : Apply to- the patriotic instinct utiLe
legUlation proj-o dlmnd ) to intere-t
( South-he is ardently with p
OF CiiVMT.Important every in uainr/to
from Florida
le 11t.I&Il. The delegation company the list of several Texas gentlemenvisitingouroilicebut
then ? N" national party organization ClO life Gen- )pie, railu-r than to the morbid pa* 5ocs h4l ad; rntu
4 formed which will c .tH-edemore to the ju-t denmnda which promotes her welfare. In private others, retired from the Charleston Convention b,' no one wasabl to recognizesingle : s'usts. If,however, Northern eimoitie.nh's .. ; .jjg,

1 of the S ath, or tn-.re #arn >ly end emi'tstet.tlymaintain Sale of Land at I'eiiaacola. MILTON is much beloved. Warm, generous and cause that body refused to recognize by distinct; a name as that of a resident of Texas. The thy have still a mission to pcr' riiin fu"o' iar \,
advertisement which
-, Southern riht! titan the present denv We call attention to the H'ialln las he i Ihe idol of a large and declaration the indubitable right of our people to I Detroit free Press lets the feline out of the lag.- the j> lie-y and adhering to tie fortunes cf<.%irri i
crati< party. J the refu-l of the d.m"'r..til! p irty will be four.d in our rolumns to-day of the F"lf of feclDg. his home is for its Philips it Co. let them go aud preucii their wrtinienianioi

to commit it to tlii new J.IUI. (..r (Ooi.jtr- lanu ('0 cither side of the Railway in the city of interesting Ciiniiy IIJ proverbial occupy the Federal Territories with our slave property It says: I :, salveholders themstlves. If th'-yin :

sional intervenlion ju-tifiesccv ? rml the party, Priisacola. to the l'enMOia the hospitality.Of and to be protected in that right by the, Federal I The delegation pretending to represent Texas it tl.-eir Vance. why honM they not go tr.t.ngtlij

S yil.}t the fi1ure.ifC'oiigrs t.1 giant the demand According paper the nominee for Ce>r.grfc!>. R. n Ilaros we anthol'ly. This is an existing fact which cannot was "ot up at Grand Haven iu this State. The hrnthtn} cc th.y term our Sotithern l.n'hrtu riproach

/r 'nr"i.nap..ttci'l jus-tify *ecos,ioa f.ur lands offered conipris> a large amo'lt of the mon de need scarcely ei tak. He is no stranger to the prems be changed. I names .-f tIle Delegates, at they appeared in the: there tli* pe>spel ace -rdnir: U th. :r pi'n...

the K'."id for di"sul\ing rira1>l"lots in that city: and from thence to the Ala- Iu nil published list, were Dunbar Henderson. J;! Scott,. saint ? Do they ay would etidrtnrtrtlinrlrv*
(.1' the tniun' tilg t national 1.1hh nw liopo of I lama line. or the! peoIl.r the State of both parties. I: The right involved in the issue is one which the J. Trims. G. Filch, Delegate at large ; I:. J. GUI ri- What of that It called, as they amy\minimum t e tr

;- .' forming )anoth-r, ,ill it 11t crouud fr .- the tltmeuh \1ieh make a man-social, morel, intellectual Democracy of Florida unitedly: held the claim of l'IftI. William Seagrut, M. T. E. Chandler! A. J. Yoa. Prjvi.lcne-c to'if: up| their \oisc c :sii.st Sictfccra
1 a dissolution of the Uniou and whether it justify tValtingtou National Monument Society -he stands: in the front rank. Wkhoi|., which cannot be surrendered nor compromised, because district delegates"-not one of wl..ma.. ever epics-ion ? There are r.bstnele in *he w.-To n-cD

lisonion or not, will it noi inevitaHy lead to ditun- ardent in his of I I interests in the I within a thousand milts of Texas. unhnr lien agntiug Christianity in'ft'reign lapil- ; hut'tu i ,.,,
We arc indebted to Mrs.[ Anna Cosby of Wash"ington an enemy thong advocacy wlu.t it may le important to our
jell I I I derson is none oilier than Don C. Henderson the I arrest the efforts of the friends e>f nji ici.s :u r-,,
12 City for a cf the Constitution ever cause he r>pou few men have nwre devoted future to assert and enforce it, but \ihich is not of
These r.re grite question which the people of pcmphkt copy ". editor (.hhe Black Republican paper at Allegan them the Bible ? If not, let those abo1tt011tiers ; cru i

l the South should consider "tl) before they gn too of the Ladies' Washington alional1IonumDt friends. evidence of this be needed, it was furnished present practical importance the destiny cf all the .I in this Slate ; James Scott is James). Scott, the show their faith by works in the fntr* 1T >

.- far. to retract. To this complexion: it ''**t come I Society ; together with the proceedings of the Convention in the enthusiasm exhibited by his supporters territory of the Union. now possessed being already I Black Republican county dork of Ottawa county ; Otherwise a decent rJspect for public sentiafit
) If the Southern people are prepared to J. Strauss is the keeper of a small beer saloon in tIle should compel them to Jcsist their clamor
C at *st. convened in Chicago at the instance of the in the Convention when the fact of his nomination settled. The compromise measures of 1850 shut us st lh,
break np the Goverriaent for this cau,e. let tl.em village (Grand Haven; M. T. E. Chandler is a North, where it produces almost IbfiLite nUhi,f
persist in this demand. If not, let them paute. aud ladies present in that city during the cession of the "'I known. Their excitement was beyond out from the Pacific slope and cribbed the Southto resident of Canada En>t, and is not now antI D"t'rWill and that continually.

-H' determine whether it i i. better to muke a demand, atioual Masonic Convention, September H. J8S! control and gave it"Ufent in fhouts, cheers, waving the Eastward of the Rocky Mountains. Except I a citizen of the: Ufcited :ta't's; but at the time m -

do not mean to maintain by following ,the climate of the mO"t'meDt:111 started he was on a visit to THE New MOTEMKST."-Some of the Emmoters .
3 whch they resulting in the formation of the Society. Section of Late and other demonstrations gratification. New Mexico, there is no territory, ,l.clitionijt

fitl-i! to il legitimate cou'eqnences. or to stand on a 2d cf the constitution declares that The object That his a nomination dUo be made" \i which will allow the profitable! use of slaves. In some friends in Graud ILiven and readily entered fraternizing with Mr. Garrison, h ve organized
platform of made by themselves, to which c \A I into it. The others, we believe did i.ot attend the
I thy are solemnly prinept pledged and committed. this society is to rise funds for completing the Na.tional nt>t be questioned even by the ppO-ition. A thor! that territory the tenure of slave property i is fully Convention but all of them are residents of Grand what they commonly call the re r mov

Kot only i* it utterly impracticable to obtain the Monument now being erected to the memoryof ough Slate Righls D-mocr.mt-warni in his devotion protected by the local laws. UN ven and its immediate vicinity. Ilender-on was meat," and have dubbed themselves the New &-

Congressional tegUhttion dctnauJed, but the demand George Washington the City of Washington, in to the peculiar institutions! of his rative South- The new Republican party has settled itself upon one of the l'crt'tliriesufthe Convention and Clmnd- land Political Anti-Slavery Association. They lr%

I Involves Slavery a way mere nominally abstraction.exist, I..t thf re can Le no tho DUlrict of C..umlil. and its members are COMposed I without bigotry or guile-with : strenglh and the ground that anti-slavery, or freedom as they her the?. British subject. was one cf the Vice President in favor dispensing with free discussion at c1

satisfactory enjoyment of Slave propfity. without utaH ladles in the United States, who may clearness vf intellect! p ss"8'ed by few cf his age tenn it, is the normal condition of all Federal territory .- as may be practicable, and proceeding at M< ir

the special milutf detailed leguUtion.. such ns we contribute the sum cf fifty cents or more to this ol' I no better or more acceptable standard bearer could and lhat it is the duty of Congress to take Letter Horace tireeley to Senator Seward. the use of u.ore formidable weapons for the res--

I P hue in ell the Slave States and Territories. Congress I ject I At the formation of the Sodct..laliu from have been tbosel J ellted. of which we have not cnN that! slaves ere not intruded upon it. The Thom following from the New York Atlas, is the ration of their objects. At their Coavet'ica iu

; interested cannot em.-none but what the special communities! law and directly rrpula- the following States appeared tok 'llt the a shadow of doubt Mr. HILTON will prove a u&.ful. practical scope of the issue they present is, that mu hllI1'eJ-oCletttr. which addressed six years Boston Tuesday, 29th ult. speeches were cad

C I t!.ns are necessary 111.ta insure security to the Wliitesand I. Convention : Connecticut, New York 'Y corsil. I laborious :and dUtinguuhcd member cf Congress.To there shall be no more colonization of territory by ago by Mr. Greeley to Senator :Seward severing all by J. II. Stephenson J. B. Swa'ty, I'mi let

L proper discipline among the blacks. This de-. Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, South Car shareholders, nor any more admission of States recognizing further connection with the Utter in consequenceof Mr. Ilinton, Dr. Doyle of Kansas, J. 11. Fowler. v..a

( luiied! legisl'ition must be left to tie Territorial log"IsUturc tbe Editors of the FloriJian. his refusal l to the claims of the others The and
earth ulu; :. Tcnnetsc, Louisiana: Tesas and Mississippi. or allowing that: form of len tnJe. No promote philosopher temper pcrpose of these mass u
what Power.on can compel
I a member* of Now the, legi'Uturc to vote (vr a measure Mrs FaiJay M. King of New Vum Ic, wes elected LAKE CITT, (Ha...) May CO, 1 SCO.Messrs. more slave States M the corner tone of their organization of the Tribune f> political 1 preferment : sufficiently indicated by the assertion cf Mr. Fowler

"I ts which he is oppose?. Con r." may declare, a President cf the Society Mi i"i MAECASET C. BBOWX, EDITORS : On gtu.Sl. the 19th instant, and their cry in the campaign. I New Youc, Nov. 5, 1851. that he was ready, if need be, to put a dagger

4 they should and hive ucclartd that al the Tt'rrio: the daughter of cur vortby Mawjaic friend, GovTiws. here in the toof Lk City, in the.State of Florida This offensive and unjust issue the democratic To the llo7l._ 1I'nm. II. Eticard: Sharped rifle, or auj thing else in hi* hand, to ca.

rica ofthe United Slates nre t-pen to t'.fc--that they BEOWN, Las been eSecieJ! Vice l'resiJent for -n State ".hosl ddegote.s for the cake of principle I party of the whole Union join without division inrebuking SIR-I dc.ire to say to you that the firm cf Seward sist the slave in obtaining his fiyeJom." Dr. JJej.

.- beno of constitutional Ten hoiie They power to legislate and 14vtr. I ihe State of Florida, stud has entered upon the duties withdrew from the Democratic Convention at and opposing.A Weed & Greeley is from this day dissolved by len was an inmate of the insane ujvlum rot Joni
out ,
the may the wiihdraw.il of the junior member of the firm.
in the Territorial cf her office which to Charleston and I believe curtained the the cities, and it is quite evident that l.e. and his si
farther and decldre act organizing a I are appoint a. County was, by great fart I should perhaps say greater When I edited the Jeffersonian at Albany, you and *

; Government that the Territorial vglatDrl I Treasurer for cach county in the State and a collecting Democracy of this: place in .doing-a mnn named part of the Northern wing of the party, hold that your friends Acknowledged the effect of my labor ciates could not Le in a place more aprrepriatt tu

". sha1 have no such power, They loY age.t for eacl and every Muouic. LuJe.an. Peer pent a fore-igner. I German, was arrested the inhabitants of the territory may regulate the in y..ur cause, in elevating you to the office of Governor their condition.
to and iuxtrtict tie :
f our protection and U. S. Senator. For kjjors in sustaining
I dec.re r9.1 to pa&sall for .] for each and every town cr village where no I \\ilh a warrnt and imprisoned forgiving veLt to sulject for themselves whenever organized under lilY -
Lgll.ture 1:1'tivcrs-ary YU11 I only received ten dollar a rut! to support PoPuLATION or Wiacossis ASD IIUNOIS .Th* 'e.
.} the/.// \' properly but i U: the f"'o- I much Lodge xists-anl to Inform tuch ether du. abolition and incendiary expressions.!. The case is Congressional authority, into a separate territorial lilY wife, self and child. When you were Governor retary of State Wisconsin has published a t SLs i

it 'ple of the Territory are oppoVe.1 t: Slavery) and I ties as may devolve upon 1lr l head of the Society rather an aggravated on*, and i ought to be made community of this State, with great patronage in our hands giving the total vote for Governor rt the e.Wclioma

end men to the Legislature (ppp.d to Sluvery in thi ltt. The Daughters of America at.road Perhaps it l.ig1 be well for cur All. or nearly all, of the Southern portion of the no offer of any position to assist me was ever made. that State last fall with an estimate based theresa
I rejfeut. can ( t.te )00\1 When General Harrison elected President of the of the He
l h such what pwer. Ci remove all re-trctons; know no fuch word a"foil" when they undertake people not to forget that they have abolk! ,liiU party deny this and have the aJ1'anlageljudicid was you population State estimate oc*
ngress may had full control of the Federal patronage in this vote to every seven inhabitant The u.tal TI-
t to our caryin; our tlaves to tho Teiritori, they an ('rtrrlrit. They determined to purchase Mount right! among thccu We .houIJu'tl05e sight of jut sanction for their opinion.A State and received noc.mnshlerationatyourimande. for Governor was 123,299, which according tw is

may repeal all hostile legislation. after the organizution : Y unon. $ though they) encountered much oppositiou f-ict. portion of the Democracy in the Southern When General Taylor was elected President you estimate, gives a population of 863,093. The resulation

Territorial Gornmtl.t. they may declare it was done. They now say the Washing" I I will give yon the f.cI that led to his arrest. States, by no means inconsiderable ia numbers and also had the principal distribution of the Federal of Wisconsin in 1830 weS05Sol, sliowui,.
rights to special protection they may attempt
and in connectiontiitim Mr. Weed increase 657,702or inert
I CUT patronage an an se : 151
[! themselves .give this protection, they may pile ton Natie>iial l luncnt" mutt be completed-and r"Itlad promised a little negro boy that I have statesmanship, while denying the power claimed made Hugh Maxwell collector of this port a man you cent. u 'itr

ctatute statute A high a Heaven ali be of it will be done. abut my yard ten cents to sweep away tome for the territorial population adopt the compromise who was never entitled to the confidence of the Estimated on the same ratio, the vote at the lag

.. 1 no avail l, uiilevs the local 1 1.ghlturO give them. : )-< .: I I shavings and chips from h.fore his d6or. Myself ground of Congressional intervention ; or, Whig party. Instead of rewarding men who had election in Illinois in 1853, would icdicute a p.njLition

I efle by enacting 114f> ( of the Terl, pa The State Convention. I I nor my wife knowing nothing of the Dttr. had in other words, agree that however the right may f.iitiifuily adhered to Henry Clay and to you such of nearly 1,800XK), which '* poiiil ynut tr
11: *, Ac., and unless the people ito Time Zebrdee the
i Democratic Stale Convention met at Quincy men as King an outcast from Nova Scotia. from actual figures.
ries willing to enforce Liwaaud ro ula ill:.. the lillle negro employed which it seems disappointed 1>c in law, there shah be no legislative interferenceby
art iucl on Monday last. It was the largest political was appointed surveyor of the port ; Da M>] A. Bo- Illinois now has U members of Congress and Ww
You and I who lived so long under a TerritoriilGovernment tnorr.ing Pent he became coihmderabiyeuraged. with the subject slavery! in the Territories. -
t I consequently Congress kee was made naval officer ; William V. Brady,. cousin 4-total 13. If the ratio Unfixed *t lus.oi.''
cf the kind that met in this State.
r c:u better perhaps t':1 others appre I ecmbly ever I noticed tht something had gone wrong postmaster ; William II. Ler '. navy agent ; Hiram for a member Congress it gives Wiaconsio 8, ssd

: tiate the truth cf this lll UIfl1ltiOfl. TU&t"t is true in The Hon. J. C. 1.1t.tlS ppe.int >d rlddel't I with him and I asked him what was the mater I All those of the Northern; wing of the Democracy Fuller naval storekeeper ; John Young sub-treas Illinois 17 members after 1661. JU>th Mates life

there can be no doubt. Am 1101 right th.n with the usual uuuibt-r cf Vice urer ; and a man was selected for United States now 16 rotes for President ; after 1861 their mama
saying that this new demand i>n the democratic lr\biJects lie replied with a volley of otll. using such e- I who have cot reached the conviction of our rightto
Marf hal whom know I bined
I you cannot name. And yet vote will be 29 ; nearly one tenth cf the
t r E party and on Congress is a deuiauJ! fur ..Unpr.c'i- rdu'ies I prest-ions as, 'Never mind God damn you, we'll active legi.-lative interference for protection: in while you knew I had lost every dollar I possessed,. whole.
Two sets e-f resolutions from the
: table abstraction. I were reported set the nigger free before long and then we'll seewho'll the Terrilorie, agree to this compromise of Con. in starting the Galway line of steam packets to benefit -
I i the mere enunciation of an nndenablefr. Committee to preterit resolutions for the ; Ireland and yourself no offer made of VmasitrccTot( hear, Got-az New
4 in the alpirtt. be the negro-we ,'ile the white man, grostional abstinence or non-inlervenlion. was me wnitr cos r Ysj.A .
:. h slavery will exist or not THrihil'ils. H t Convention. After considerable asaitance or place. Subsequently it was understood few years Muce, says the Mont. rae.v !ad. a
C ,. In other community *5 the people of the commnnity.uiay ( I damn you and you Illal be the negro-and you It ii not to be expected that we can bring the
every debate,the follow ing substitutes were adopted: by my friends that I should be the randiduU negro was arrested for a crime ii Sew Vwk mmmi i
; I '\ or may nut deitire its existence.: It is an make me mad and I'll set fire to your place and amasses of our Northern Democratic brethren, all at of our party for Governor, amid your consent was sentenced to the State prison. It was sul> .-
woul < like take with Be it JteolieJ b the Democratic the I
: ) vnteelcvmetrutkjfo Je I < lo !!)", I J'arty of burn it up." For his threats I took out a warrant once. to stand upon higher ground than a respectable given ; but instead of supporting me, you and your that this negro was a fugitive slits! e frcra
in if I all Slate t'lofiJ'i in General Conrtrttion
and please in cf
enjoy my property f'f almnbtJ friends nominated that trimmer and little Virginia and Gov. Hunt LotitJtd that
villain was
the Tcrntorie and States<>f the I'uited States, but it 1. 1 hOt the action cf our ,delegates in \ I and had him imprisoned. But I aai torry to cay portion of the South is content to occupy. a rtqwwtion
I' Raymond foi Lieutenant Governor, who was of uc would be mad him for be delivery of
*'I' 1) rny ,,i'10dIPI. i I am prevenlcd from 1 roing from the councils of mime National Democratic Convention it, as it is a reflection! on cur community ye-t it is While, therefore the South tolerates among its advantage to our party and a man whom to know said slave at the expiration of lila seEtence. Gov.

I Ly th.iimate; or other: natural cau e. or because I at Charleston! meeU the hearty approvaland I true by sonic means this old fiend, by giving as own citizens a division of opinion upon this subject is to detest. In all the positions I have labored to Hunt pardoned the n gro a few wcuihs befire bit

k my clave property anti) i of tl.e peculiar legislation nnturt t Lk-h require t I t!.endorsement HfsolreJ further.of this:That body.thi* Convention his s'turilit two men, one I German aud the other and keeps within its party Organizations (both phice you,the emoluments and time honors have been term of service in the penitentiary expired, thus enabling
rt'l fjKxial extraordinary approves
} i whose I am informed ..J d anJ zealous t.li.i.leJbetwecn Yt.'urs..1faudVee.t I hav now him to escape into Canada, instead of UIEJ
it firactifallt to obtain t>f the call for a Convention lo assemble perhaps a yankee-two men names i Democratic opp""hi."o\
f i :t I to that hereafter receive returned to his owner in Yirgioi.
soy support yen.
any may
and : Ki.l.mnd in June and \viil delegates have since been r fused on a bond because I cf intervention cannot
would lilx- to bat l-rousht; Orange appoiul advocates non we expect .
; I- \ from me will be because i it i i. necestary for the par.ty This same Washington Hunt wa Pr rid ttf time
Pomegratutt: trees from Pk>ridu to i.'ur. but it 1 thereto with full j.>wers to represe-nt the l..ru. they are not worth live hundred dollars! has been I cur frfer.ds in the North to be undivided ag.-iin it ; lut rot from personal coii&ideratio'n.Yours late Con.-titiitionHl Union Convention which aoru-
iil: I of in the maintenance of the rights
is my rlif.nU.e that they pot grow, rl II racy Fol.t.t of Southern iuterett cud Ac. HORACE naiad Bell and Everett. Reader
bad 4 right to triiig my trees with the the true welfare cf the Stale of turned loose among us I for the i issue is one chiefly GRTEIZT. ww EO yes BU
\ rwrf.et orange I Under of the above ( is cud i be carried i in its form in -- the manner in which he construe tlie Conviction
me, but I shall not quarrel with nature because the Florida.end to act in concert with the delegates knowledge .h. i easy enough to extreme-si
.1 i will not 'ive me tlc protection necessary to enable 1 from tl.e States which receded] from the late National that the Regulators! got hold of him, atd gave I inn : the South:but difficult to be carried in any form bya Tit Il.ipry r.\'oILT.-The Detroit Advertiser" in the its beatings upon the Fugitive Slave Ltw. ird
I rights of laveh< lders ? And !imow Ui
> ; or *
in cold climate. The Deiu Democratic Convention at Charleston and a furious Republican sheet criticises of. Mr. m.icj
them to t'vurhli bo a *- ; There are some here who ia the North under existing circumstances.Individually some the late
IJupat.iLI party dclegutea to Baltimore Ccoveiiticn Jt
and the of the United Ststej I if iu their judgment a of time Dcmoe-rutic > JOB
entitle party Congrecs I| rtuliol with and the fact of his having been in form Grecley's extraordinary political manoeuvres of the the construction /
have recognized my perfect right' to carry my t-Iavei Party of &.1 Union cnn be effected honorably to I Pent give have never any or to any suppose place same upon it
last few and remaika fallows
with me to ihe Territories. Ii not quarrel with i the Democracy of the South, and in particular cf handled pretty roughly as an apology. They peak degree, )idJ"J my approbation or assent, or countenance elay as : --
t f' the Goveinment nor with I party | this State, upon] the principles' enunciated iu the I about it A though a really deserting, good man I to the idea tint the inhabitants of a Territory "Tile Iiepubliean-.ofMiehiigan will need. r.o oilier TEOCBLE BBEWITO AMONG TOE CIIICOEEES-Trial
f, because they will not pledge then ,elves to give nu platform rq.'rtP1 I ly the majority of States ul and Now Mr. tutor niJ.'n4lc than this simile IlJUlic ion to satisfy thf"mthpt doe it mean I-We noticed, a wefk or two ego,
I had been wronged exclude
injured. I hove to : slaveholders or to that there !
any power was a secret organization'poing on in tIe
'Ir. Grt't'l.-'v is unsafe an,1
,t __ the n tthich it iot in their power to uf- Lut rejected by the Contention then eHun.Idlur
1 protect i i CIale.tol delegates representing; .i.Mate mime authorized 1 if the Regulators or any body die have handled I the other idea cf c.nfr/ si non-intervention as and that iiis paperisnow loss entitled to ihefr Cherokee Nation, and that it was among the fublooJ ,/

'. C ford that more prudent counsels ,.i prevail I to take fuch steps as tn.iy be( iiee"-":ry to Imiiaon this old: abolitionists: il I only one of the good a compromise.! I nu-t the i issue upon both points confidence and support than ever. Entirely in harmony Indians alonr. We are irfr'ruied by gutxlauthoiity

and that the cotton Statni not lt precipitated I ize the Democracy in the fcupport of our constitutional deeds they may be blamed fur inflicting upon their. inetautly this suggestion in 1847 and ISIS as it is i with the whole course cf the Tribune," that the organization is growing and A' into revolution" for we are lo haverevolution" rights. 1:1 ing full cuntideuce in the intelligence I upon and of Mr. G. l personally at Chicago in regard to tending daily, and that IKI half or iirtxed blued ladian -
t CIU"l I country an.i in'aJ.f being censured f it, they and have never charged nor modified my position. Presidential nominee of the is taken into this secret org.kuization. T..eBtrictest
tenable and who in thes Republican ,
let tf some m"i e ground. patriotism ( fOUr del'gat.s tor.rty.It
We have other old it better'I csusr-s f.r (iiflsitufaotion.complaint : particulars authorized to act Democratic deserve commendation.. Now eo fur a I had any The one issue which I consider it incumbent npon adds another proof to the many we have in history seeresy is observed, and it is death, by '.e

and rt.it/lct. I have no great c'rr.id i patty .,f this State. knowledge of things L'eL\eel myself and rent we the South never to cbandon is the right of colonization that with the Lightest order of talents a man order, to divulge the object *>f the Bociely. Tuev
.; of diwolution i of the Union the from this Slate I nM) be absolutely destitute of all practical wisdom..' hold meetings in the thickets sum' in very trret
cf Ihe ultimate ef'd on 3. J: ot111at delegates were friendly and I was greatly } to heat or, as I one. expressed it, the Liberty of
; initiate We told that the
lurlriS. 'members.
the Southern :ttCI. Should it come, the slaveluld-. I, to the lat. harl"ltoo Contention, t".i: le".r5 Ii him as Le did. I had frequently let I This is only a fair specimen of the violent recrimination places, to are
me my Growth.My mixed bloods are becoming alarmed, and turv
log States unitrd. and form a Government John Miltonriioii.. J. Eppe 1.a.I.) Dyke B.P. ai
I the ,'ile all the elements uiay and materials Wsrdlaw! James B. Owens' and Geo. L "Bowne, little; boy wait on him, and do little turns, and hud opinion is that the Democratic party in Florida employed by different factions in the Re- attempt to find out the object of tit's cattal tins thus

political cud State: and individual wealth, I together with! their alternates, viz: Itsir.. W. E just told lam to wait until my wife got through with should stand wler it is. put HClD party, over the resnlt at Chicago. far proved abortive. The Jonesei are uiiii to t*

the world p\er. But it is a Anderson, Jos. John. Williams, O. 1L Gadsden Gco.Helrcnston have him his the leaders in the work, and what these things ire
(n Gtl\'frnmel.t him and ha could to move I Lave never been favorable to the plan of National
thailg. tending to. no one can predict We fear that tom
existence ; and James Md be and
into C.
which would come rJ t terr"l. i C. Yonge aJ. Republican Ilatldratlon 1fIeetln .
Meus Editors, you have the above fad. I Conventions They are, on the contrary ; thing horrible is to be enacted on ttiis frontier, set
l and it from this
: throes and convulsions; fo long ts can they are hereby appointed delegates A Republican ratification meeting was held in
iiosorably endured. I would not break up that Gov State, in accordance with the foregoing resolntkn.After occurred in the presence of five or fix gentlemen, very objectionable to me. I think they lave f resulted I that this secret work will not ttop among the
Washington on the evening of the 25th uJL. in Cherokees. but will extend to other tribes CD it.:.
,. ,hich our fathers made for us, and under the uf these resolutions, Mr. Eppes whose affidavit can be obtained at any time. in dwaifing the standard of statesmanship I
rnlutut i adoption
lived and front of the City Hull. Speeches were made by frontier. The Government should eramine totutU:
f we.have so happily 1 wonderfullyprospered. stated tl1t business of an imperative nature would With respect I am truly and sincerely: yours, compromising the true principles of the Constitution i I prominent Republican members of the Senate and matter before it becomes too fo tnidatle.-}'rt

his at Richmond and thanking II. instead of simplifying the Smith (Ark) Time ,
confusing party
1 But the destiny of the South is my destin.it ,- I.rucnt being present B ELDER House of Representatives and resolutions were

There are all my interest With her are al'my I the raembeisof the Convention for the honor I issues and perverting the system of the Constitution ratif the -
adopted ing Chicago nominations
sit- sympathies, my feelings and affection. My fi silegiance conferred open him, asked respectfully to decline The Platform of the Constitutional Union to the detrircnl of the smaller States of the ) expresll'ing DEATH or TBEODORC PAKKCR.-T s well knot

I i.t I slaveholding State, and through it I ou'euou-Ilo\v I Works heartilt wish this be the last of a patriotism which embraced the whole Unions Abolitionist died lately at Florence where he bad
which acceded and I them
lo the Federal Government.Vhiatever the the! position ; request was to, The following i in brief the platform of the Constitutional Union. may approving the Republican platform and asserting
cole in search of better health P.irker a ti
the lion. athan Bak r of Franklin and anxious to see.our State relieved from en- gone was
be the was am
? Eouth consequence under
may aJoft-V'lllt'r may rrpine party : that the Republican party would circumstances
of I.r L found aclii g i to fill the vacancy. "The union the constitution, and the enforcement tangicmcct! with Jiis vicious party device. bow to the majesty of law, and adhere toall live of Lexington, Massachusetts, where lie wu

with her. I it lends to bloody re\'olutior I ain a on motion George W. Call, '\ D. I would not und a delegation to the proposed born in 1810. He was a graduate o Nbc Camtrldgs
fu\s..loelty. constitutional If the
if tho laws. Constitutional
the But while reeoi ttenmi4mistry
volunteer wa. we e t John C. Thomas Monroe Asa Richmond ConvtHion because I never wish ta witness Divinity School and subsequently f-hlowed
Jlrnel. lon Ieot. it is is broad' and Union do not look out the .
stand to and with our right or wrong let This thotlg1. enough Party Republicans
country 11ltform. for a living. In 1344 he start vl church
a new
Si St. C. T Jenkins and his Southern convention be the number of
I Hi, us good citizen, take care, so far as we can, that F. lift. George Roger, to catch all the gudgeon a jarty will beat them all hollow in their expressions

our country ii r9At I have cndlnore to show I Excellency M.S. retry, Go\ernor of the State were indtfn.The Union the constitution and the enforcement States sending delegates few or man-the more devotion to the Constitnlion, antI "the majesty or sect in Bo tou, founded on an i tea, the eompnent

1 4- that the South is ,(rl in preening extremes to the ell-legation to the Richmond Conven I the more dangc-ons. In a convention of Southern parts of which were infid lii y, abolitiooiMc.
t this new i ieue. now to be made and I earnestly a.dJe of 11.1,\. WhatlawsT Those already in operation of law." The Republicans however give you their women's rights, and other isms of th e'dy. He sat
few I
to at
tion. ? am ready join
4 trust that she may not be .,precipitated ito II ('r all that may be hereafter passed 7 Or SIATIS many o anytime interpretation cf the constitution' in plain terms' followers iti
then to the nomination in the better for cceded in gathering quite a flock ,
a revolution" for anything which his occurred The Convention proceeded both I -the sooner, my judgment, I Washington Hunt the President of the late Constitutional .
that the States seceding from the late Charleston of candidates for Congress and Governor, how will for the South. New our own sccuritr aud for tlie'Union. But a Southern became eventually one of the notgri sties of tie city
us see it \0:1 Union Convection, while Governor of
;. Convention may retrace their tiff*. while they tity i which finally resulted in the nomination of Gcn'l Let party con veition is a means to divide and weaken of notions.
: do so aim honor. Mexico has parsed laws protecting slavery in that New York gave a practical illustration of the man ma. -

I have V Iot treated this .u1>jcct \ilh reference to I I Jous. Mitros: for Governor find I: D HILTON for Territory, and a bill is now before Congress, (it I the South without, any countervailing good.I ner in which he enforces the law, in the case of a The Hartford Tlmit discusses the condition of if-

i ., 4 I its effect upon the coming Presidential election. I C"r e. parsed the Home a short time since) declaring null would not send a delegation to Baltimore because fugitive slave from Virginia. And GOT. Dennison fairs at Charleston at considerable length, in COB
> do I lo Jo to now. But the Southern Not received If time left the convention cannot
or propose having yet a copy ( proceedings having cjnce we
; all of these Uw TjiU bill is aimed at nection with what is the cf .he Democratic
ard'oiJ of Ohio recently us an example of devotion duty
ouUideof ,
well consider whether- thusc gave
may unable, the result cf the different with and self-salisfaction because
pEO.le we are to give return dignity ;
. rel:) desire to .precipitate revolution" and the South, and is supported by the whole Republican I' to the "mnjestyof the law" in the cnse of the party, and forcibly state its com Insion, that time

4 to dirsnlve the Union-this is not a movement ofpriJiiciaJms balle>lings. I our next we hope to lay)' be. party. Should it become a law," the Con-. I do not beliive the convention can or will nor stolen slaves from Tennessee. These men may bowto North should not insist upon the noosiaatu/n of stJ

defeat <."e .ertictar ttattKttan, to fire our readers the full proceedings of the Convention. could Na jonal Convention in the present divided -
} promote is : any
I itutional Union patty pledged to i the majesty of te law" but}It strikes us it roust man offensive to the South, or the Jlouth perseT'In

trtajHl Jrfeal tit fictnofctif Mmtnte, (IJ t"x'trr *.2j \Vc are happy tu chreiiicle. the return of our the present time providingfor the orgnnirxlijn full declaratiin of the principle upon which we that some roan acceptable to both sections should
; JJlucL ; went out. whfte to accept compromise of it, or The Massachusetts democratic State central
J 1'ejinUifan any committee tm'
t'ftke Territories. The
of Tint
t IJ 1r1 fcilow-tjwusman: Col Jos. II. .\1.1. who has b'en ns many new Republicans be selected as the sUrdard-bearer. Tlie
we Ji 'h'l our political c"nii v'ion with men lr"r. I. I ned a doubtlil declaration might involve us in an lately met for the considering the N'-
I : in favor excluding slavery frum purpose ,
cute letrut W the of thr Democratic making a tour thrcngh the Stales cf Georgia and AIaVarna I are unanimously lieves that Mr. Guthrie! Horatio Seymour
par suirender of and because I ,
4 prindiIC4 apparent our ground ; propriety of calling a State convention to instructthe
., ty, l>v all the tests applied aud Je.mCJ.uf i"lOlilg; i of rights for making and usinj the all those Territories. Should these bills be pawed Hunter, or either one of twenty others that e0""

pnt because they.V ill not destroy their capacity : .Clark Plow." The,Colonel: i looking the personification with the slavery inhibition proviso. the Union par do not wish to give. further countenance to National dclegnte to Baltimore to vote for Mr Dongla-. be named, would carry as large a ye te at tIe Sort

ufuln and tj'ectir: service to the Conventions] The proposition was voted down by a decided majority
;lJrI is to enforce the 11and thus the "
of good and informs ns that his ty pledged as Senator Douglas.
; } and thc c.utr.l.y comiiiitting thiem.elves to hlnih mOt I would jupport the nominee of the Baltimore as was also one to call district conventionsfor ti
South ill Lc excluded from foot of the <
hive realized: in w every public i i
been the object
abttrart d.aesd. which can result in no sanguine expectations
an practi-
; Convention.af nominated by a vote of two third of the same and another declaring! Mr. The friend of SAM llotiooii ga.hered in weir
cat to IC, while it i.ity l>.f it.nl 'o Democratic elected and etaiding understand it the Contenl, because a sufficient number of rotes Douglas the firstand lust choice ofthedl'mocraeyoC strength in Union Square. New Ycrk oo Tsesm1
I \'e \ a l'rlil'nl. cnolhcr tf.K.thern iiivr ntion-" Djolittlc's: Patent wo the new party's programme
.I on I national rbt'rl. < ultra Black liepnblican iithi*:-As the North has the numerical force to from the Soith must combine in such result challenge Massachusetts. On this this Boston Post remarks: evening 29th ult. Several thousand per c *"
: for : tires ixler
.! "Prc idcut luUi 6entilenl nnd ojiiniocsjuit Upset]!, acint. upscring because the I would desire this discussion the annen.'ior' <
our relpecl ; policy "During opinion was very present with music, artillery. flagi.i
exclude from ail the territories and is re-
<" a* odious as vowed by II. I bond, Ac.; This i i. a valuable: and hon'd
\0. that if Mr. could
wtre'tr which I will generally expressed Douglas not prcjidtot1campaign
I for Jutb.llnd not now explain isters, and all the parapharnalia ol a
-4 Reward auJ without the prestige of high reputation Il'c had by every Iia.k! smith-it being a machine to sjlved to do it, when the necessary laws are passed unite the whole party in this nomination there V>

: and wanting tl.1 refined and cultivated social reduce iron by compression. One of these machines: to do so, it \)pledged in aJcanee to the *'enforcement i b molt like) to prevail under the administration were other democrats equally worthy who could be Ex Major Mickle wiled the mating

I and mental qualities of the tlUtinguithed Senator I of the law'" I of such a nominee ; because our support could be nominated with the general approbation of the order, and Dr. Stephen Hatbrouik was elect
C Alston's Black-smith and
{ from New \ : can b seen st shop the circumstance of our withdrawal and brilliant the
: given party, secure II victory at polls.TLU Chairman.
f 1'leate excuse the length of thi 1 let I'r. and I.t our B'ack-Bm.tli' friends cncr.l.w.1 do well to c.1 l| I We submit to tie! intelligent reader sys the Mis I and persisunt absence without involving us in I, result is so different from the tomahawk course *

me have the pleasure to hear f.1.%oa soon. I and examine it.-Sentinel, June 5. ti ippiao. i if it ia not, preposterous in the extreme, I tt1 modification direct or implied of any our desired by a few truculent men, whose democratic A VOICE, F OM NEW 1LaxrssIaLseI' ma I

Yours very- trul, I -r for any party to attempt to ignore the slavery issue, I surrender paroxysms are generally followed by a political vl B*
Standard of the itaonehest
11: C. C.\BELL i Gen Sam. Houston an Independent C ndl- when no lesj than six important territorial bill are claim to ft/lights/ the Territories; and becauseI syncope, that we trust it may serve at a beneficial one oppntmcnt'

:; To Joseph Clifby. Erq.. Macon Ga... I dale loT Pre.ldeamt. I do 'not .think it advisable to dissolve the great ret ul to such as recommend a scalping process Republicauism in the North lays : .
in and all aimed the vital
-- --- -- Time New Orle-aci Delta of the itt instant i pending Congress are at I
I Daily the without examining the edges of their kcivec The Richmond Platform and u inioittioi
which has
long upheld
Delaware Sn.talua tlieraellou of her Beic party, so
Gu' interest of the South and supported by the Republican democratj of tiM > *'/
cale. i publishes a Utter from Houston announcing a.TremeDdltus a. nish the basis of -organizaiio lJSn ima
>i I CojittitntUn of the country and the rights of the Isn.lil.te '
At New Castle. Delaware, Mcssr. Baycrd and himself a people's candidate: for President party, dominantin sixteen States of the Republic Hall Storm. mocraey throughout the entire *",
i leI I much ,
1 sal which is destined hop, to Ilatluris
Slates yet take stand the RUbmonJ
White!ey Jdre ed a Meeting of the regular De I that the Constitution and the Union embrace I and in the National Honse of Representatives I Abont 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, a tremendous our Lpon
S rays j useful serfice in the cause of Constitutional Govern hail occurred between Gordon invite all true National Dtnverat bjOifl'great _
2Cth ult..and I which his administration and struggling for supremacy in the U. S. Senate storm Station cr3'n
ccconntof the
on give only principles Democ stic
govern work of
\.11 forming a new
in resistance
mocrscy I ment Ii i ii entirely united now to No.. MilMgeville railroad, which has reined
tbeir stewardship at Charleston. After an txci- i should he be elected. and the executive departments. The issue must Lion, and presenting an Electoral Ti lf>rl"tt''Jlport
i abolition issues of no more slave States the crops. f}r a space about two mile and a half
h ling discussion of more then four hlr.the meeting I be met and determined, and it is folly for any par. J the and if the wide. The Supervisor on that part of the road, of the National Democracy if SeW .ILtOp11in
vil of the race, else loo.HOCSTCX
ti their tim'L Tlie county convention also : Time recrimination between the I abolition. l-adcs: ty to attempt to evade itand all such efforts are and JiOt equality negro assured us that many of the pellets of ice were as the approaching Presidential

a- Iutaint 4cc.i' and i I f iu New York in regard to Mr. *wrJ'1 defeat goes I simply ridiculous. des no more than to trample out bi? as a goose egg. and h. showed us numbers F'
held Us session and instructed Bayard ai and violations of the three a MAXitA3TD.-Th E&lin>or
I considerable bitterness. Mr. denies these ninable monstrous which were gathered at o'clock and whenwe
Grrely .
Witel Y t, resume tier: scats in the D.limITO un "it -d principles of ocr Federal Union it will bare accomplished saw them fire hour after, were over two inches says:
Uiit he oppcsej Scwar-I lPcAt1e the 'alter spoke of Acceptance of Mr. Edward Ertvrett. ft "
In ; the nationality I in diameter. tl *t the
( ,tT lit proTit'.ed, t1 lt (cpiaivt.. we l learn from good authority ,
the .w'.Uc-r! of certain ." MrIUjnion.1 At the Union Ratification Mealing, which Vallo Jlich. ennld have FL
of tbs ouintion *l.onlj be t.tole1 by the ccticn ; him a* : r.ewi-paper. eonvin&s lie sayske glthereIJaucdre*of bush. of General Houston, without respect| to P-.1 'l
abrdflewatir.cs ; the Tnel: is rid to Le seeking the hive been held at rau.uilllAlI on the 1st a letter I i// jopiolona$ without arguing to els in the ditches and gullies and ia some r1ae- a affiliations, ore organizing In this SjUtf, amidt..o taw

cf a nfent portion c tb c '. perfd others to their adoption. They sue they lay on the ground lix inhcdeep..-Jfaco* electoral ticket for the oKi ae"r .
m,' of ( ?,'tel I'titeJ States eustt'r, inpla1 as to haT been read from lIon. Edward Everett cr run 'Ih-i.'
from the seceding; Dstnosr-.tl-- State v.as :: lri. I n1Cs1V.iteOCdbY the wriota and *- : 1'Y'1lpA. James, 3.
only cue is- ..e'fete in the .*ct t tiitUii. : .,( Mr.: Scvnrd a.e.-plir.g the tordnstlon for Vice Pmiceney. I rerv' I very



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BY.TELESPAPH.LATR From thc Nr-w Oilcans Delta -MOTHEHS !
I i R. J. WALKER \\P!) JKSSli: DCNTON. Tlie ultcnlion '(mottern- i 5 .H,;.tl to lr EATOXV IJtr AK- iIAvw RJ
TILE O'UDIAL,which itl.t-i'lj roromuirndej tar alt ,I
i H < K : 1RtPL."pk7 ',. inn'mints -
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.j. j 0 S I |>! attending! Tetshtugu n =s Ierutsry, ('.jic| ,Croup .
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\ 'f'tl'f*.. OF THE! i\ On one occssi-w. !,'mrnJ}K'r, (7t-n. Wal. UI.CKT rr>OD.-Thi. medic, .b-irg. i a It, name iu-'. I I FOR
.' cc nt "Ut-.i> io.>i"," enl a trill fie il!*>-"vcry Trrn'c
: ker did \\ear at.d it .!! g-.oJ I r.r.-nsiou to wear Ir -m all p.;i.-ni nirjicln. >. t a.1&! 1r"Y ihe mif.-n'-inn ofa!! I I V.HOLCt'ALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
I the l.owif ktiife. it M !. i.i 1S77.:: wtaii i lie I .ho set r-tfftlne! Iran I Ir ''l.tI.:' 1'" tI.l fl..".r.<; '.f \tw'!. It SPRING & sunmIER '
I J< j>rj'ar l11.11 ('. r. 1,1..1'.1'. 1I1. : .r..r invent) saL. : .
CITY OP"BALTm03E. j ua tm&kig th:;(. (\.,:..-s for J.ick! *>n in tt.enitth.eteti oil }.....: ,'n. "h: -tm.t.: | -,1....c m.d 1.it'Khly reu-
rat itlrtl I > :..nnrr.nrlQ,;.; ..b',* S I. L..ve <,nl! xl GOODS
c' nt nl.re J)I).. l ,Q09 I7aIei. ': t.I1I.at 4.; it.h'. \\IU111t! t1.r.-tIv-! (.f i:. '.!rlr-n. STAPLE Af 'ruE U
fial" : h.ippetud in Lie! ht'gtl''T::; : ood J oi' ti.cicdojht-: I fni:. H .V .''" New y".,11.are IS<- Cer.eril Apcnt. f>r t.
'I ..:h -L'.t .-trf. Jf tK. txatmtl. J5r"s ec aJrerl.
.. ., > stuicnLJ
I, I.-I. '.n111j' (Lt., t : fl4II : able! fr.. ; *
niu I .
I : < ffch.fi.; Jt*""i> Ilento*', biotiK-r of or*al' J,} .\iuc.A. Li>>-17.! r-:\osio
". : .\ -I!,. ': ..:... tu t' :. : !:.. ..4. > Th.'m I ;. H. 1:1'111. "It ; i I..t :01. .i,,.ekonin I ", _.- .--- I. GfiSH I & kAlriAhua 1ttJUJU5

.. ,d',' :.. L 'tt'.f .: ,.. I!, the Mrec-t NashxilK-\-, In 1811 or ISl'J.Je COTTON KLCI:iT" :IsVJ' lit.(I-be.list'.1)"rrL:ay. ISC3.On M4rk.. .*rwa the 1.1hrpt t i TIHGI bILL9

: ::.., .',.. Lt 4 'r. .se ba.S! son in l.n, \\ taut that no one hand lt epriiilH-r.! I 6->. t>nl-. & OF'J? :

thculd} in l.is iK.ljot.ood: I'k.t.l; PL MirLj.. ia.ofC"ta.n.!. 11.1 .
come : to ,
piearh laS U'rnJ! 19-- IMPreviously.
(CSEtU L NEthAJ j Jack&oniMiihich he considered little belter l't>!mnd. :,94T GROCERIES 4.C.A fl\F\ SCOTT & CO;
....: ." ",:, 4kt-uJ :e*|.tj '. and vat S. 1.13I.J W- ,91Ir.ccclv ,
than reason ; and when it.18 advertised .-d at New Pull in }.,. TpUixl. "Of ,
::1'' i't&r1flo.: 6.:9 I II ;
i i'ruloudy
\ that R. J. \V lker would certain I
0:1: day .
:f.cs tW tkimaltta ef EcgUno &df' I I S Island Wi- 5,701 CONSTANT SUPPLY OF .
li.t: speak alanst within heaii.ig; of his rc.-Mcnce, -----
,' ToW ri:pt. at G>r Tort 4f1.b06 .
there were fearful 1 rjt.-.oss of the bloody purposes ofi>ieree l'l lpUalfl.MiirUIllS. I. were ftvci Cedar Krj*
TII,' '...l 1 11t11!i>n1 to MIIIP dateIUe .- Pork Hams Sides Shoulders Every Variety Goods Eeqpirefl ,
s.-ivctjt' Mess
shipped to A w Tork $},S'i
.?, ,'! 'i; is. : :.cl as trot-j I.. auj Garil..n'! iur did not iil.iTi tho intrepid young New OIt'aL" T2C W,1PSELLING in this Market '

.11", ,-r i"! iy: gaming str'ajth] Jarksouiatiho doly appeared at the time .

;. ,. \K!: .ely rfjmrtfJ that France &i'J: Rsf>ia and place apjHiinted. A crowd chit fly an'i- r1t1 5iUttfiiiiritf. Flour, Whiskey, &c., &c. .

1 ,d r ;ji. ft treaty en the Eastern qucftion.end in JIlC.fOr.ilIJsl'll": present: ready! to sustain

.' 'J I rt re Bourse lnvl advanced to C) *,\ lientoi in any mdirl lie might. adopt on the Ladies Dress Goods -

7,!c H -i i.lf: t '..''p* in L1." Southern! j re ii net-tare oCl' ithl. I'ndiimattd by the formidable OFF AT COST Terms Cash on DelivcJ.'Y.TI11ah:1sSt' I ,

,. : ',1 h 1'.1 ul1 a ".r f.."'ticg.i : aspo\.t tf r.fi".iir., even l h.y (the frowning \itage filer to our fiienus aod the public: : genet'ally I '

1 IUY LATER AKIUVALOFTIICVANDERBILT. I of the giin enfii-.y of J"l'Kson.ruJker took WE eutire stock <-f May 12th, IStfO. 0-f: HEAVY DRY GOODS( :
V::: -
i the Maud and made one oi the most powerful DRY GOODS HATS, EOOTS AXD SHOES, _----- -- --__ -- ---- ----- -- --- ----- -- -- .

*peechcj itt favor of tin- Old Hero. J&-1 COST UNITED STATES ]MAIL. RONEY & LLOYD'SPATENT

.. Whether it wns from a regard for his di- We desire. if to clone bu ines I PLANTATION GOODS.
;': -1 .'4. Ju? :.-The Vanderoilt, *ltj! ajri- pustule up our < by --- SOCTIIEEX

''ic. 24ih. ha, arrive1MACXCI9. tniaulirrurs, r'srl'l.t for i.ij courage, or the the fifbt ..f July. Come in aud examine: our tuck. Poor OFFICK DEPARTMENT )
j. effect of Ms unable ft I which eVllss": of May! 10, IfcCO.: J f
d'(1Ul"Cl' we are say II C'VV

.. la -hJlIh frt i i!!iist>>:'ic.il, th it ha was not only I Calicoes, BlcacJtfd end lirovn Domestics, "|)ROrO ALS for conveying tie mails! of the ULJL > iBBOJN8.j
T: : s cr.Uoa on Wt-dekLIy. Liverpo \ ted J-t-.tes from October 1, UC.'t.to June 31863.on i)
I Ii.-eud I hats Boots end Shoes Hardware and
: to, ut was Kudy jlauJed(), and ,
'l 1, .: t. Miikft very Gill and comlnally tn- the followin rout's in the State of FloiiJa, .j

e i '_-. ,'. Cr -a.tttff& .o'a_ Ladits would do well to five us a call before purchasing partniint until 3 p. in of July 31 next, to be decided AND
" :.: .1 c.n:. \TrBB' CoiiruMLM ToCiEEtET.: -Tliat Mr Grcely elrewheie, as we are compelled close up by AUyUtit 10 following:

should Ie uhlli ishe.l and astounded! ) the Juue 9 60. SHINE 4 t I'APV.
1TUGECE. } tlL magnitude 2t 6503 From SUrke by CJiz and Timuions, to
of Lis work at Clucajro uo?s not urpri Its ; week.Leave TRtMMfN f S .
PiLilka C6 miles Dd back, once a
It e .: -::rrctu. ia lisly ..* preaJin anj iTef. and 'h.-n.II'i< n.ctt a sui diy debtineJ to l>e the J.\.JrS VVat2;J ,
Stacks Fiiday(
_-' t : I.-! "'x'..1 iuii the lUwaan territory.wa .- ca:e. lie fim's! las -nornio 11 coky! circulation curtailed New Orleano. would respectfully luf TM the Pitatka a P.iArme 7
at next Jay by m
tjr; ..'!J. *ntirly 'a ce.tttLhi four-fifil. ia rumln-r, and his political icflucnce OF Ladies of Tallahassee and the surrounding Leave Pilatka Wednesday at 6 H p m
1 1 <. ><<:'LI.n'I! |ort*.'l .iUA l Ian been Uockaue gl'l1t' foreevcr, because of his treachery andfalivIuHx couiitrv, tLut she puijx .cs establul.ing a Arrive at Siarke next day by 5pm.Bids Embroideries and
;rii..*.ly wo:. liie D-.rby race. !. he >iiI i't'IIke'en more than be cow Hosiery,
for Kcmi-weekly and alto fur weekly trip,
due,. that be has avhirvtd wore than he bargain..JlJr. .
will b
and schedule
run by a quicker
\Vn\(;Toy, Juno I.-In ill* Senate to. H* already |v>ic .5vcj the 1'lnJTitin.. on the this place. She has opened f>r the present at the 6509 From bturke, by New I iyer,to Providence, I

u v. Mi.! IlAt-r introJuc .1:1 resolution ofi wdlhi..11 procljims! the certainty t.f lie: pnnishm.utcr.d City: IJutel I wLere can be een a KTT handsome 36 miles and Lark once a week.
its i.ati.ro and l Il' would"fain divide with BOOTS SHOES
; usaortmtiit of
i "siij'-erninjv! hianl LV|>otal Urttns- Leave Staike Monday at 7 ama ;
.i I.r. i'tL'r* the rr4i-.iMHtv: of sn airt l.ich .u1..1
[ '
The Ladle; Spring and Suwir.er Lvnnttt, EmbroiJcrictand Arrive l'ro\iJt-uce by 6 m f
l.u-li p ;
\\Ik, (; -or;ia, \ was adopted. the of lii< r. /
conscqutiic intrigue* mierepiesentatiouesath
Laces Linbroid- ttlctct and Collars, Leave i'toviSence Tuesday 6 a m ;
IVinl\: !iMiiM-iicy l.iltt'l up : uJ discussed! teahtr--.V. 3': Ctnaier & Euyuirrr. 'I. I
mth a tarifly of Trimminy ; Arrive at Staike by 5 p m.Bi AND
:v !! <-it !li"iitii: ; a jtrop.iti.ioti to icstore the A BAD ----- all of which can L*> sold very low f.r cash. Came
I iM ".i tin- ni.iil iur to li.tvaiia was rejecaul OtE.SomboJypresentei the Prf.i- and examine
;._lj), the %l.ill aim-n itl s>., as to 3\eitise dent of t'.jtf! Chicago: Con *ntii>a a gavel made froma > I -- - ---. Fran Silver Spring, by Carlton, Orange -
titcbfrcf die old l'. S. NOTICE. and Morrison' Mills, to Bellamy Station,
IK CbarlrEtonaid ship Chesapeake where. MEDICAL Springs, Ct rRiNG
far pr:'!pov.l: f ir the ro-ito (UVPU
the Ilicimot! it l D iate2i I -- 52 miles sal back three times a week i
< remarks 0-
11a '.'I.:1.: 'Il.e Ll;., a. thai! aaic-nJed upon ; ( as ful'.ows: Leave Silver Spring Monday, Weduesday Fri

rtS ; I
\.A jiiNOTON. itT :SI.-A despatch {torn l't'ake35 the I Thst unlucky' ; from the J I.. nLingof ; Klfci Lit professional services U tbe citizens Arrive at Bellamy Station by 8 p m ; JEII' :
the to the end the! l ro'uijht I I
war not Lin J bit Lluelu OFF
Jar'i' >on. :5i!i-it.t1pi J, fays that the Democratic to the oliCt-V <>f the nation; she was ore of the only Tallahassee and surrounding' country. Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday, Thursday and ,
t OFFICE AT ThE CITY lioici.. *3 Saturday at 4 a in ; nn..c1
:'.'.i.ii.tiuion? ;; Lt-'d th'-re was tLelargest two uierican frigates that the British captured in
Arrive Silver .
June V. HCII.Itr at Spring l/y 6pm.Bids
OUM' kii"\vi! in that 'Z1t. The delegates a fair "tin which tli..-rcw of the Amcrican u s/-l ---- to commence at Ocnla sad run by Silver t u

urn::;\1ooJ.J.r in faror of SUi13hlin lln? course was ct>: pose.l of rtw lundi. and tlat..f the En- Notice.rIiEflEfly Spring, tc, will be considered. .fA..JPtiIJl"

.\ nit .Mi-siSit; ,";"i dilejates! to the 'hailcston gliah of the |litkedeamenofth.ir Xary.Failurfnfa 6529 From Pilatka to Bellamy Station. 50 roCes
; ----- forewarn all persons from trading for aoJ back once a week. OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING
( ,I"L.tlj.tJ.: :i au1 k.e in favor of afcretiiting ,
RI'tJ"iziti.'a-TJI Gortrnor ef Oltit i\11 by me fir $!:O. payable to John Leave Pilatka Mouday at S a m ;
,' :sis t t t.ntii: \ tLc! llic'jiionJ anJ l altinorc en Slate Property.-TheMeuij.LU Ar!''' says: 4.A P. McLauch'in or tearcr Jue lalJ.nu.lr11861. As Arrive at B llumy Station by 7 pro ;

l \ ,:,:. ;I!. few .lap a;>> we I>ri,t1y RieclioncJ the arrt-st in I I the consideration for ,Inch it was given has fJled; Leave Bel Ian,," Station' Tuesday at 4 a m ; CORNICES & CURTAINS;
Prnr -illi in the Clev fUiid. UI! :<>. cf Ittioiwh..) ,'l.iped from this ,I I .iI! not it law. ? I
,: :: ol; .- '( St-nitc. to. pay except compelled by Arrive at PiUtka ,: 6pm.
\iciuity tome lii.n snc: 'iihay<'uu; unnmrritJlady. June 9, 1860. 24C.W.BAYLY.. also for Ii Hardware and
'. .\ .,, ui.iinjiortAitt: tliff Eifcutire session Laving alo in cnr!: ,e cia fir seven yaluallelilayt.tbe ---- --- --.-- Bids for ec-ni weekly and 1nweekl,1nplW I i Cutlery,

: "-('t.; in! tin llw' :Moiican trcalr.u.i. property .f liitriff.. Fh -illy after the .-u..c1ioD.. ill 626 be considered.From F.rt Gates, by rake Claries and i

.:i.-uiod t.at! tin* &n:1o.to: ilart arrest GOT. IIr.Ei, i i"n.l i a rc.juuition on Gov.
; ; ; sod
N Saturday next. June ICtb. 1660. will be cold Silver Spring; to Ocala, 35 miles bick.oncea NAILS IRON ANDOILS:
I 1Jzanaov.ofOhiio, fit I : snl"1.0 was to bebroacht O ;
":,i'.l\: r.fwii-J tu ratify tlc Mfxicau before our Auction Room the following NE- w ek. I ,
LIt here t the of
J answer charge
t :L;" ald: '! it i* foarcd that! the Ni<-ariguan negro OUOffi. aria: Leave Foit Gates Monday at 9 a m ; ,
ttcalinc. Drpn'T beriii I :! Swi. of thins! city, was TNDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to ue. th:* PLOW I.i iuI
':.l I .-,': ait- tI fttr. NEGRO MAN and Arrive at Ocala by 7 p rn;
t I,1\ v :1flcf difj>acheJ for 1 t"U'Lnt Uov. DESMOS nfcsid I -Carpenter Painter. I Leon county. si.hl bvFRANCIS i tCb.'GJ.lG
I : i I" I li"ius to day tui> Senile Lil: for tie! to obry the rrflai.i.ill"; not rrrynui states atprofriy 1 WOMAN-Cot.'., .licrllroiier J: Seamstress. Leave Ocata Tuesday at 2 p ; PAYNE, Blacksmith. !
Arrive at Fort Gates next by 11am. ct V
c'.d tin- ffivr returatd) with- 1 WOMAN and CHILD-Mouse Servant.TLSMS day 9
' : I'.i:w re C"lptu"odf.iur.s.. vas annnii : yesterday Bids lor term-weekly service will be cnMercd. TlIllabl1l-ee. May 12. 1860. 20 I
90 daars credit with
. ,: :.:. rade:; the special order (or lonJ:11r. "at L.i 1'1 OtteT? ShINE 'nppioved eccuritv. 6529 From Mellontille by Apopka Lake, Harris Ii
i .' '. Auctioiu-ers.
-- ilcurot's DOUBLE LOCK STITCH i F"IEi.UZ-xu IS
( The above sen juts earl be seen at our AuctiuuEaipoiiurn. Lake. A.l.ims\ile Sumterrille. Ferry )lOOl E'S -

'.," l'- 'itli.! ; in: a gorernj pril1tiD (The A inn'Sea ii UastllJc." June V, UCi .J-1t I'ierceville and Spring Hill, to n.cyl'"rt, 121 miles I, S
The New Vuik Tiibuoe says: llr. raJ.r'o.: and back once a week. Family Sewing Machine. 4DAgricultural
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, ,: ," ,--i ti i liy a bit* a-:joiity.T.ovn. .
j Bidders will schedule of and
tcgrapijer, is BOW ergeged in rrj.roJncinj piopjse a departures -0-
:!. : :' Va., ?Jay! :.-lion Prrrs V. upon Sale of Lots at Pensacola.rpIIIS arrivals.BiiUtocnmmroce: "'
SItS features cf Mr. Ti.a: j' ; Jt.,!':.,, (.(tlh L'tiHod." Sules SopremermJ paper : SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT J'EN- ; at Piercer ille will be considered.C532 Implements. .

< ", .:. .; .1 his nct 1.1 this city h.i Wadii.igtoa jail end nhse! that room in which he on ti.e From Orlnnuo (by the south side of Lake get the mot desirable! SEWING MACHINE

temporarily rei.I L The latter picture prepared 3d DAV Or JULY. EXT, A p'l.ka) 10 Adamille:: 55 :! S and back once a invented for family u'e.

i T..T./:., Ju, 1.-In the H'uso. to .en l'r Ily&tl'. f1rl'1'yiwl1u.. tears the ir-scriptior AX> FCHt-PJQL'EXT 14 ]S. vc.K.Ltavc. Orlando Wednesday at 12 m; PRICE $10, CASH : A large assortment of the -xboro articles
Count in which Tlia Jdcts is incarcerated
I '. :, \\ .s. UfldiCf tLt' ruIc *Lestgdtr Hyatt Lots cf various; \'alu1001 piwit ions will l he offered Arrive at AilamavilU next tiny by 6 p m ; Read tbe following trout a man that knowa what I

' .: ',1:.>tiMfaliui of privr.to: tills: a in the JLsccrican iiistihIe7 Ac. ic. fur sale to cut purdcisere. I h lug along the line of the Leave AdtniiMile Filday nt 7 a m; he says and then call at my office in the Capitol: constantly Land and selling

. --- Railway and lu Uliftrvnt: {,.lItl of the Company's Anise at Oiiaudu next day by 1 p m. (Southwest corner basement) anti ace for \",'selvciJ.E. .
.iiai iifsa occnred lct cn at the
I. T' ; for I
Preparing Contingencies.The
the will L. T.
jirorerty. Bids to run on north side of Lake Apopka I5LAKE.
'\T. ., 1 I.n.x: of AlttUci3t :1::J Truitx, i New York I-iy J'
.:'!.. i'.s. Lrlieve tl.at. thoulJ a detvruiination exist ouong )TUACI EC.MIS or THE ALA. A FLA I: 1(. Co.. orFtciRin.v. 6536 From Clear Water Ilaibor to Tampa, 60 May 13. 1 SCO. 21 StLte of Florida.: I Lowest Cash Prioes..

*4!.. i u \i .. Ki.de use ofij.iultin i language I certain parties at Caltitnore, to continue the nile or taken at parlr.; one third avail! and the muss and back, once a week. i March 21. I860.SPRING. 1:1I
,. bal nice in note at cue aud t.oeau, to (bear iutcr- Bidders will piopose a schedule of departures and
ii I Mi'.j'I r ;:: !I.' Jr. Hot''Tos, dcrii'g! a mo r-in policy Inaugurated at CLaiKtton end co tlispoitioO cst fruci Jite.TITLES. arrivals. SuNaisE,JcrFEasox C,>rxjr. FLA, )

I: : ., ,.ci .' ..i-ntr )lr. Ilorsrox replied, pul lh} SCO. f I TRADE'2.O69J
I Lefchown to TuJ: to the r.ikera States (U'ARAXTJSr.D. Proposals for twice a week service ,'ilI1 ne> consi .

I. ..".fi.: ; '!'*;,viia stit'a: language; \htw.KMIN their conetitutlocal rt.1! that} a Lag4' LoJy o( CIIAA. DAVLi "..' This s to certify that I hive one of Moore's Patent r

I E: Th.!: :.:. of Ohio, fiVicd a reioMr. I northern de'c.JKtes wIll, le foiled ready to go tiUli A. (J. JACItN.Traalces.}) back 0533 From wiek.Augusta to Pierctville, 10 miles and month Family Sevvin It will Machines new from,\vhich the fir has eft been to tbe iu use coarsest ei1ht .
once a
; ::. ..: rd. ;uii". Iloisro for Lis 1aJ'I I I the S >utu far a ncniialon:: at IlichmcclC WM. 11. CliASE ) Leave Augusta ThursJay at 6 a m cloth. It bas done all the sewing fur the family WE are receiving a large and well scUcUd

,: .: '" : t I .i. :< : flt flJrCItt: W..5 imohdiatvlV --- Pensnco'a! June 9, IbC'J. 21-St Anive at Pivrceville! by 9 a m ; ; aol made all th" negro cI.thei-\1'IU new with any SPRING STOCK, consisting of

. : t''. t. :, :uJL. Mr. Tn.ux.V I t"':: ..*.-Y'r'- )hnu-er.aonto LcH! velJiei e I "HYEE8 & GOBMAKT"AVE Leave I'ierceville ThuisJay at 10 a m; kind of thread., I can omn.enj: the Machine to any Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Dry Goods

; .1; :. a'.I y elmg iw ens'icd, conssnv : is qiii.e: a ttuiu'er of llic. jfor.trv. in ami.i shout Ibis Arrive at Augusta by 1 p m.C541 persou that waiits oac, aa being III good a. any ia Groceries Iron Nails Trace .

'! t- \.:in'I' .1..::. FiuJij, the resolution I eiy.:: enige.i in the circnUtii-n of l bogus bank till- H I'.LCE1VEL; per IfC-I.t arrivals from From Cedar Key to New Orleans,(Ll.,) I use ALFRED IU YSOI 4Fifth

.' : One" of then was arre.-c.i in tiii- city uu Sollu.Ilut. \ : New York. a rplendiJ Dlsor:'!"nt of 405 miles and I tick daily in steamers. Chains, Slrcchcrs.lJacon, Salt and
" "! :" i 11 >11"\< 'v viithdrnurn.ond! .1r. Horsroxik and) htld nver in a bond of *b''>0 U sj>par at ; SILVER AND PLATED WARE, Leave Cedar Key daily at 5 am; I Valuable Plantation in Leon Flour .
4c.$ JfC. Jfc.
: ': Ih'-.! I..t.: 1. oooiSfl'to! te! House for I this session of the Superior tVjrt. In ueOu'il, of Arrive at New Oilcans nuxc day by 9 a m ; i

.1 :. i ii.:'i,, L.jt.t; : ".ftbi inlt s. '1 tie rdiblu..l I lail he va committed to jail A gentleman arrived I COMUIo.c; (7I Leave Nt.\v Orleans daily at 2 p m ; FOR SALE. And for sale March cheap by BOND & CO.
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. :i \'. !.ititon hdra\vn, aid the House i I in this city on Sunday la-t in pursuit of one Fish Knives, Cab do.. Cup Napkin Rings, Sth r Arrive at Cedar Key next day by 6 p m. truE E Plantation known a. the \Vhitakcr place! Lloyd. ,

,i : .1 i :.. .! I i who had passed upon lam a counterfeit f.fty (l OUr I Salts in cases, lc. 6542 From Cedar Key to Key West, 500 miles oftVrwl! for .ile. The land lies about 8 miles
Saddles Harness
and I j note. TIle bill thAt \'e have isceii are on the Geor Fine German Silver Plated "ca :etts. Tee Pitchers, aid back, twice a week in steamers. North of Tallahassee, and consists of 22SO acres of & Bridles .
\v.::: ; Oi.i.v5: % May 31.-A DELL Rail flow Ua&Uing Co., of the denomination of I Cake Baskets Castors, Candlesticks. te. Bid Ins mil propose a schedule of depirtures and as good Cotton Land as there i is in Florida. The 1ORSALEBV BOND d CO.

E\ i.KK:rr mass nK'tlng at C).Id Fellows' !Hall, Il1i&y d"U"tI.4'ry well executed: and calculated to Fine Se'" of Jewelry in Ca! Brooches Ear arrivals. dwelling and other buildings are in fine condition J__ Lloyd March 31, 1S60. 14

;.j'I"\t '.'lijllg'. \ra: lirgvl.v: aUel\,' 'd. It was aire the uuwtry.-Jon Tt: fJraph, Junt S. Rmg, Finger K *,es,tc, J.. I Proposal to fiubracs Tampa will be considered. and are unnsu'illy good. The property is oflFered for .

J' .IV.. to a.ln it of no other flatformis'jana tliJ! I aa ng 68iS, From Newuans!vie!! by St. Louis, to hew sale for division among' the heirs. For pai ticul.irs X LL persons wishing Clack burn's Shoes

: Cudiuliol.: HIt AIAEAM* -The Richmond Whig of the -A LSO- Liver, 2! nrilia and bitft.! once a week. I apply to .ZrjL. can have their orders filled by leaving them 4
o I Table and P,
:5thi. says: Pouches Cap, VstIe> Wad Cutter Meerschaum Arrive nt New River by 12 rn ; or E.V.. GAMBLE, Tallahassee, Fla. Llojd. March 31, ISfiO. 14
Democratic ronreiitlca. i Gor. Moore of Alal 1 ama, arrir .l in this city on Pipes aid n supply cf the Leave New River Saturday at J p m ; I May 26, I860. 22-tf

". i.tutironiiTV, \.., June 4.-There _is ajo i \Vfjtco. Arrive at Ne-runnsvillo by 7 p m. I *** The Charleston Mercuryiil! please copy Iri- Rio Java and Laguira Coffee
'! ; Democratic lie i.aiirocecdiim[ : to tl. North to contract (.tr a Kmit : For sale low by 5IYE11S: & GORMAN. 6550 From Li1 tie Ri\'t'r.", Samuel Barber's and weekly till r.lr'.i and send bill 1 to II W. Gamble.
i attendance at the regjl.tr I SALE BY BOND & CO.
.l quaniily cf crn.j for the ue of the Alabama June, ECO. 23 [Scut. copy. "ii.m!! Johneoa's to Shoallonn, 2: uiiV: and hick, 1 FOR
.* "'1..111011'hi; .* met at the Cn .Uulat noon : niiliuu. TII* purcha tf the entire \UI,1'nunt ----- -- ---- -- once a week.Leave :For Sctlol March II, 18CO. 14 II

: \\.llum AcLlin! ChairH5 I will t le -ferrod until a mannUiclory! <,f I
re juired
>laJ. temporary Just Received Little River Thursday! it 10 \ ta ;
III. I anus is crtabii'hed in one of ti.e Southern States.A : Arrive at Sho:kltown by 7 pin ; i Plantation in Jefferson County.I Spring & Summer HatsCHEAl'
I ____ A N assortment of STERLING SiLVER WARE I
'> Convention meets! at four -- Leave Siouli.! ,'n Friday at I a In ; SALE BY BOND
sale FOR J CO
( Drujjlas tb -L'.l._ iti I'a es, I OFFER for my PLANTATION in Jrff.rsc.n .
NEW SnT IOWA. Soul is .
Mme Arrive
Slrcpcrs Little
rs at River 2
o'dock by p in.C052 Ct It consist <>f 1000 cf Maich n, 18CO. 14
tins cicning.SUCOMI. II I'LATED'Ior ARg and BR03ZC CLOCK direct >un y ncrts fine CottonLui.l
cia new rel.gun): s"ot which has recently) made its From W l\uk el.lh. by Finholloway, Econpheoia. .
670 cleared. and of this 600 -
[ CliPATCi] appearance FaiifieJd Iowa, eays Ihe r..J er. Four'I from the manufacturer (tUb) Spring Waiter, aud C.H>k'* liam- : cres acres are
I 'frekh. This tract lies within 10 miles Ilf the Pensa
And a fresh supply of SILVER SOAP for deanne Clothing.
men and one woman!, apoMlesof act, have l.t't'ntarr'ill mnck.J'.1 Clay Lauding 109 miles and back, once aweek. '
Moniijomory., Juno 4.-R S. Ljons Silver aud PUted Wdf, at cola i Georgia It. R.; is well watered: and adjoins!
that and in tent. .
tt a They
: Lfi'i electtd! 1'ictiJeiit of the regular place lie I WARDEN'S \ a large body uf good pine: land abounding in the best A LARGE LOT SPRING CLOThING FOR
.as I are 'pl..i'ed lo churches deny Jiunity: f Christ Leave Waukcennh Monday at I C a m ; of timber. to ..:JL al. cheap by BOND A CO. .
Dfinocr.tic( Convention. The Committee res.I teach that the ,.,.! is a uialoii.il substance, lodI Between Kirksey' aid the litt;ers' Building. Arrive Cay: Landing next Wednesday by G pm; Apjlv"E. w. GAMBLE. T llabasce.t Lb.yd. March 31. '60. 14 Sentinel enpy. *
.u&tOflsare soaudh Slttllern.0 step back- I sleeps with the body until the reiuri ealon. I TEIi: CASH Leave Clay LanJirg Thnisd.iy at 6 a m ; I !,_ The Charleston Mercury sill i)| please tri

',.. d i is I tc! m',ttn." The Committee will re- j I June I860. :3 Attire at Waukectuh next Saturday by 6 p in. I weekly tili forbid and lorward bill tu advertiser.copy I Pen. & Geo. Rail-Road.

1 I' nt at 'iglt: ) O'cl'H'k to-night. I THE [tANK SnixDtcn.-Brown, or \\hr.t- I OUT NOTES. I May 28. 1360. 22 I 0II ,.

1 }h.-lhU'as 1) ) ; Copvc-ntion is Jar \. Tlicyw !., ever l.ij name may 1 be, was brought to tliis JUST Proposals must be to carry the mail with "celerity .
i JUST OUT and ii.-in the terms of the law, I For Sale 3STo. 3 StationBREAKFAST
n'clfH'tI.uight. from Colorado! ccrtaitity security ; ; II
> :o at t urst annojed l by ulii: .;, :irg&c. city on ,
: I AND FOR SALE aixl they must be guarantied b'two responsible persons
< '"10.Per' oi' ( 'iieroKcc! made an angry tjn>ech county Texas by Assistant Cashier CCM- I AND TOR SALE certified to as such by a postmaster or judge cf I r liE PLANTATION known as De Roto." lying I HOUSE..

filt-itit it. Iloli?. M.: Patton of Londerdac! :XING and Mr. UfM'AS, one ..f the Directors i a court of record. JL 3 miles East of Tallahassee ; it ci.rsists of 600

:. C'hairnuin.TKIED of time State B.nk.: ar.d safely lodged in jai'. ONLY ,BY FJ'IIgI. No pay will be male fir trips not perforretI. antI I acres chaired land and 210 in timber. I 0
iworjiry BSCRIBER New TDARTIES leaving Tallahassee a <0 A. M.. by tbe
quartets .lc.rply
of such omis-ious eatisfact..
The which lie defrauded tho bank out I. for eirt; not explained
[ oisrATCitJ'I ] money, .\ DROPS, C. K. GAMBLE JL Train goin; East or Madieon, will do well to
three limes the of the trip be dedi.ctni i
all and returned the pay may
of, was recovered to STRAWBERRY DROPS T. J. PERKINS. avail themselves, of the advantage to be derived froma
I For arrivals so far behind time as t<> break count-xi or "
i :IIP Conenlicn of National Democrcts is
: ] June 5. ." GOOD BREAKFAST at the abovs Station
t liank.-Sarannah rpres.r. LADY CREAM: DROPS with drpen.Iing mails, and not si.dicicntly excused TAlIallaps"e.> May 26. 185 >. !2rISK'S ampl
* -x !large, and lion. J. E. Sanders elected time being afforded by the company fur comfortably
CREAM one fourth of the compensation for tLe trip M subjict}
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1 i'; i 't : t. Tho Disonionists arc artan'uhed i PATLAT 3ICTALIC partaking of the lame.i .
to fo.f-iure. Joinl'lI1'ill be imposed unless (be delinquency I
: "Il1:11:1.l.e'e snail Delegates! I It Sprcinl tloiirrs.j I CR'JAM! FRUIT, be f i Parties wishing to get to Minticello by this Train
/ : ; appoint satisfactorily explained, "r neglecting :BURIAL: CASES:
BEANS Le f..rwaJeol l
t BaJoe-tht'!,;i: : to Richmond: and IJaUsfc =:=-- :::= -- I CORDIAL' to take tuemail frulnorinto..p..st oflice; for suffer- I eau invariably TU03. by private ccovevanc .'
LOC.: DY and in it to le Injured. destroyed robbed. or lost and WOODRUFF Agent.
C.\RD.-The -ci'lature of the Stale of ; ; I
j : A I : I860. 21.Planter's .
Georgia having passed the following Act. at its se!- : FRENCH BURNT ALMONDS. fir refusiip. after demand, lo convey the mail as II e. ;; F 1d I 1"y19. ,

; '\
,"i,11 :t'\\'pt i j ted resolutions to-day sending I I 1 vilhinils jun liciion. after the tat diy of: June. May 26. SCO. !*.( rui n'.ng: rthicles i>a the route. The Postmaster j I i Hotel.
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annul the contract for dUobe the
'. ,101; KicJimond \\itliauluoiitytogo I R6i!, w* 'II ill, on that d",v. rcmo\ our entire bu Gl'n..rllll1tY >ing ROSEWOOD FINISHED-LATEST PATENT, : Subscriber having;
: .
viBes ltwII.or the instruct ions of the d'parlmelt.lIe TIlE
BONNETS: : I post
' i r ':.t t;..". e, if the Richmond Convention so ness to Wi mil.glon. Delaware.l"OCD. and Indestructible.A above Hotel. l |
alter tae: schedule, and also order inciease AirTight purchUeJ&|
EDDY A CO. AVilmirgton. Del still may an !
'. on (01 rus his MenJs and the |
4I .
. ( ;.mil.' J IT: l.o\vfier, the Baltimore Owners and Managers of the D..3) ,':nt', Missouriand i A hand and for sale low by DENIIAM. of service by allowing therefor a pro rats increase SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on band eral, that it u now opened

' II i t-t-e! to rreonsid: the'r platform Kentucky SLate Lotteries. Mar 26. 18CO. -trICE I oo the contract. pay. He mar also curtail or discontinue I .. by T. J. RA WL.5, Undertaker. cnmmodaiion of PERMANENT an,! TRANSIENT

1 ;1'!' ;.: ta! sub-tancc of the Charleston AN ACT the rvice in whole or in part at pro redo dccie :: June 2. 188(). _23-ly_ BOARDERS. G. C. TOWNSEND.
ICE e of pay. allowing oue month's extra e.jmpeiiR.1tion .
;' j' ,'.\ j I': (luMn. the Alabama dclerjatee I To repeal all t\\n.llnd parts of I.A"'!. auJhotizing on tLe amount of service dispensed with. B.ils Pen. & Georgia Rail-Road. Tallahassee Arrn 23. I860. 18 tf

"% :, ,ilio-so: (.( the: Southern! States, are to Lotteries in the State of Georgia, and for other SOLD in any quantity from Ice House. Send should be addressed to the Second Assistant Puf t- ;

. 1 : ,;'i..u, Hi.J nominate at Hichmond.'J purposes.SECTKX !. blankets Ac., (well marked to prevent master General"superscribed Proposals for mail : -u--- Notice. ..
1 influenced Georgia do I loss) with written orders for amount rqiired. Price service State of ,. and sent by wail. : ISTo.: 3 Station. I
C tnuoi.tioa here Las been ; 1. The Central Attfmbtfff :I I MONTHS after tbe first of tin
: l of June.Eighteen 3 els. per Ib. for less than 100 pounds. To regular I For forms of ti. and other information SIX publication
( and after the first day proposal. ?, i rT O U. B. HARROLD. i
' ::.; received from enact : That rom Esq.orlhcnsaitrnsyeon the l
> I ( (', undersigned| executor of iLe last Will
< cotiif." by dispatches I I I daily customers of 100 I Ibs. 2} sod pt'r advertisement this date and also :
1.1"1 of the advrr-
' Hundred and Sixty. All p"rt..of see J. eern. A TRUNK was Left at Ihe above
* oUO.innon and testament of N. N. Branch deceased We {
4n IAc I A
11 aJ: I (;ienrpia, j.ledging future: coopin : lr deduction for larger qC:1ulltiot"Packill'r casks tiscmentof i'I
Decomber in
the State Gf'Org111. 13. 1858 form
Lotteries in pamphlet ,
laws authorizing :I I. tbe 16th May, perhaps the above nurucd gentleman Leon will hit fiiul
present such
all Railroad! here. I : county ace. at
extri charges
charge paid
"t obstinate.I
ill Ualtimorc remains I II I said State the ffic
in at
CSH; Tic etll principle post > a. -fciibe
of and
or the vending Lottery Lei, can its contents rbtain it by paying executor, to the JuJ,'. of Probate of said and
I :., ) H.T-IS;! Squatter Sovereignty Con- :I and the same are hereby repettlcd. I Terms Cash. I Blank; proposals as ill be fjrni h
'. !!" :' \M ii:! apx| ,itit delegates to Baltimore I A'pro\edbythe Goernor December 11, 18S. I Past experience proves that it won't do to los to the department. J. HOLT, ; _lay_26._ _23. THOMAS_OOIHFF. May 1. Executor.
.' 19. I860. S1"U I trouble and in llect: small I Jaue 9, 1660. 21-41 PwtmaMtr General. -
1 ,.:tn..uiIVesidential electors 1 -nothing May time money trvipfr to e I 1010.L7Wr
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' !i Nuplenf' lIum..rou.I..Ucri : bills. A. P. CRANK Agent. Lost
: Tuo with.i the
l' ll.tiiJoeonntydelegation!; THE FOLLOWING II a I D. LADD.Si ji !2t'sND X. GuD rn. TrA?? WHITE. ,

" 'V tuc regular Convemion cxeeptone I I constanCy .reeeivin.I for Uostettet's Stomach Bitters: Marks June t 2. iStlo.Strayed S3 OX TUESDAY EVENING LAST a small or pear Ihe Capitol, oo Tuesday rJ ht. Mar
.!' CAi/isi.crA, July 1MB, 1S59. i I II Drs. Gardner & White I of BANK BILLS. denomination |S'a andI0a I AT
: .
: 1st. n GOLD SCROLL
$ aa well as recollected the State Bank of I or AKAUESQUEBREAbTPIN .
I .i Pittaheegh.w I oa
XN'" He'eiZ S. :: I !
"i.ll'1:1' Stolen about
d or two inches Ions. -A lib.r.1
: :0 are StraCErs I bercwitii Jlar. enclose 705 tVTt7 CENTREVILLE, FLAHAVE .. Flotida. The finder will be liberally rewarded by
: ::>,-E\iiiT. Jane 5.file n-.aj.r.ity : .f w f.>or Joxen Hosteller's bOIDIIT..lcd..jbich w.tease and I few weeks since, horn the' plants : : :leaving the ann at lhi. office.May t reward will be given for iti delverr at Ui oflSc.,

I' t .. i'oiivt-ution sustaIn] the &'c'd 3ers, and I I Clayton Inward Station via Mkblrlln i have Southern purchase severs" d..ea boule. at I SOME if Jo*. Dawkins. a small FILLY; :-J 1 !hcine aMociatetl and 1 themselves. ia th? practice of 26. JIj)._22 May 12, 18!0. 20Lumber. '
Sarjrry.ilay .
'.* ,.1 1 M :vl nark the same delegates to Rich Toledo Ihl. Summ.r. but Woe Mle Is!3 .'tarreaaa I wat Kd"cd three years old about lt May. Don't ,__ ; !6, 1880. 22ce"riceMlce T '..
1 I'H: ', %wun in the 1 that I wish tn open a direct scads wi& ) 'un,(olllplant", I II I recollect particularly, but think tome of hetjfeet and I __ Notice.ST.X -
C\'t'ut power to go to I to try| received your Blttr such by.aleriiU my physician aid that,(Ito Of thee n'Omlllended Itan" I I! legs are white, paces almost entirely under tb 1 sad-- !! JTi : weeks from the first publication of this notice priee {f LT1.J1HJ.l at'our several mills r.
that Convention shows to I w&'t for lOIIIe ! THE
a disposition other and bare sold about two dOlleD ;per but there is 'I die, wart on one aide high up towards tIe rpine, I undersigned will apply lo the Judge of Probate ,, after,thi* day, wi!}. >. UUO .
Slv, the South a proper platform. time. I have all kioJs rf medietn t.:'I* mend M I Star vD the forehead,and pale sorrel color. >r mightbe 1} TLENTr OF TUE COOL STUFF always on I r of Leon county &r letters of adoiioirtration on thousand. T eru. CatH ft Jhlntrr per

The minority with Gor. Johnson at their I DOGe Bitters that I, r.n for I ehecrfcJIy know they and 5aveeapettatiOn. d !7 IS D\4I beyond rer- termed bay by some. Any infonuuio: respect-' _1_ hand and to l e bad at all hours day and sight, ,;: the estate of James W. D-bnev. dr ll.d. late os I 1 w. ". HODtS\S' .

.id '< ,'j, '1'I't i s, 4 ?ud! d.gates to Bait.-: your Years rf'ffiii-11'..wIUtOnlnl ing her will be thanUfntly received and rea4erded, by calling
1S 15: 4ruta (nil Jut, JoneS, 18&0. 23 D F HO\(OF.R. RooD. [May 26 S2-St lay 19 1S60 21-Cw- S1! J ,.'4J3D J. La 1 9.


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Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. = !I such C as Oils of almost every alic"' 3crr.i in. ".5,,-,..

; ii RAIL-ROADS FOE THE SOUTHERN TRADE. The prcrrietors( end ir.aaiir.ul'trw: M'1 it.'.'r.f 11 1105TET'rElls 1 tH1NG OP ) 'l1IHLno to j I teat < 1*Iy. Puttv. Brushes. Potash S l.' v,,.r
criii.'i'-iice' *
TELlS can ar-teal perfect
I delation. l.Pran-H .
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I and aftc-! February 211, i860, daily Passenger physici.iniaiiU: citizen jrcuevalU' of th"t'nilcJ ., for medicinal. purposes hstrd.Fru,SpIOU. >Pepper Lr,., ,
O Train* will run as follows: --- State because the! article has utamed :reputation I j In:!QU line. Peruvian hark Fluid Fxtrjc-: :

.11 and after Sunday evening, March 26th, 1860 Leave Fernandma at. . .. .. .2.00 P. M heretofore unlno1r. A ha fact i.jtn : -
ON: Cars will leave and run as follows fill : Baldwin at. . .. . .. .4.63 thi roint will fI'f'nk nu.rt j-owi r'ui'y thin I Medicine We keep none but f'IIJIL. .. '.t:
Leave Tallahassee. 4.00 P. M. Starke at. .. .... ... .. ...6.30 eVRas J EN.et volumes of bare :'"ertu'n t'r bl.zoning j.I:1"ry. to merit your patronac' tl2 *, '

Arrive at Monticello ... .. 6.15 P. M. Waldo at.. . .. .. .....7.15 fAW The coiwump.on: of 1"ueltr'l 8u> ( : bop MIU: NASH ,
Leave Tallahassee . .. . 9.35 A. M. Gainesville at . .. .... ....8.20 tars for the lat year :wolutt',1 to ever a half- March 29. 1856 13BLACKSmrIHING 41c

Arrive at St Marks . .. .11.00 A. M.Leave Archer. ... ..... ..........9.16 NO 29 million bottle, au-I I from its mta-'inife.t steady : "

Tallaliassee . . 6.00 A. M. Arrive at Bronsou. ... .. ...... .951 increase in time* past it ::iv.Jt-nt that during : !
Arrive at Goodman's, Station 5. 8.50 A. M. NEW the coming year tie coiist.inpiiuu will Jcl
A. M. Leave Bronson at..3 00 A. M YORKWHOLESALE near one million bottles. T'&:iiuniensa amount TiE undersigned has resumed "rVr Monticello..00
Leave '
.. sell I lut f,, the rare: town, and has opered a Shop in i ff1
Arrive at Tallahassee .:. 9.05 A. M. Archer at... .. . .3.30 could never have been r 1
.4 Leue St Marks. . . .OO P. M. Gainesville at.. ... ... .... .430 DEALER IN medicinal properties contained in the preparation the same buiiin with Mr.: KII.'a Car-gg
and the.sanction of thc mcst prominent [ tia'e Shop, opposite 11 Exchange where all 1 ki,7
Arrive at Tallahassee .. . 8.28 P. M. .aIJoat..l. : *
I Station 5. 480 P. M. . ... . ... ..6.0 physicians in those sections of the country of Black-smithing be dwie. with neitcf;,,;
Leave Goodman's
Arrive at Tallahassee .. .. 7.80 P. M. Baldwin at... .. .. .. .. .755 Combs, Pin:, 1rriing DeslJewelry, where the article is best known, who not only i i despntc) He can r.rert'itb coufiii n I with Post Coaches at Monticello and Arrive at Fetnandina. . . .. 10.46 Brushes .Yeedle. BOie Watches, recommend the Bitters to their r-atitrts, but i| who have patronized him heretofore f.>r the.-Lun ,

Goodman's Connecting Station; 5. daily. except at Monticello Freight Trains will leave Fernandma on Mondays. Buttons, Porte [ Stationery, Musical Ware are ready at all time to give testimonial to its of l.l" woik 1P58. !- FRANCS P.\

Suudav and Goodman's Station 5. uc Monday. Wednesdays and Fridays at 4.20 A. M.. .tud returning Porte folios efficacy all oases of"tt marhie derangements I : __. .
S Threads and the disease routing ihcrclro..i.! r-
AND ALSO leave Bronson. on TueeJjjs Thursdays and Saturdays Peiumer
: and &c. This is r013 p'ipf.lariijr obtained; '
Wood temporary
at 3.10 A. M. RICHDSON'S
Connecting with Post Conch to New Port on arrival 3"orti ia the of trumpeting -
I. of. aud which returns before the departure of the There Trains connect with Bats to and from And every article in the notion line required by the Southern Merchant.SPECIALITIES. by extraordinary the qualities I.f the Dittrrs. l..t a Stall I : :: :

: Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between Charleston, d"il. and with Bt. and Irom Savannah ----4eS -- estimation ,>f an invilunble w .djcilf', vthich is : DAMASKS. DIAPERS' '
-I .1 New Orleans. Key West and Cuba and intermediate four tile.; a week. destined ho f-s as tine; > iiself.: 1 /CONSUMERS RictiAEtfos's f &
points on the Gulf arriving at St. MxrVs.cn their WilY Through TctI between all tie above Stations : Ko tetier's luJurinj lile:5; have proved c the inrnv. ant} tk.
to K'y West on the 17th and 2nd or 3rd of each and Chai can. be secured bj the daily Boats, 'I' LAWSESCIS "Gao"ELE PttrEcr EnD: NWDLW." LAWRENCE'S STEEL: Prs, TJrPUSTEJS.LI as,*cLAMREM'L'S a (;Gudsen to regions where aud ague I see V7 that the article obtaining. they purchase yrnium* are yotoli:. .b,
month and arrivioj at St. Marks on their way toNew and between all the above Stations Savannah, LAWRENCES T1L COLCK E," : GOLD Pass, WARBAXTED. and various cthtr taiu,! Lave the I&.d wn,
full firm
OIIE Its ol
Orleans on the 15th and 29th of each month.Passengers at reduced rats by the Steamer Augusta which LAWEESCES -SOUTHIBMBS I: LAWEEXCE'S "LrAD POCILS," ALL STYLES; counted their lili by To be name
\i :
r for Monticello, or puints North of that leaves Fenan, illa on Wednesdays and Saturdays, of I.noIITL"OSN'ABURG SEWING THREAD in balls, tlmnl and large and on spool. table to state confulectly that the "Bitters"are ;i J. N. ElCItAEDSOX, SOXS A. OWP1.K'
will take the 4 00 P. }1. train. and Savannah on Mondays Mid W -days. Also a superior quality and Particular given t packing. Neat and a certain cure for IllS Dynptpsia and like as a guarantee of th.soundness nnJ Jurat.tn. .tGO .
/ Pa"sengrs for Goodman's, or points East of that, taken by the Steamer Augusta All good warranted equal to sample 1 reprelented of un- i <.)<. -
I Frc.ightt'iII.. b with blanks for l\ppIeJ purchaser on application. diseases, i is to the proprietors a ""met
will take the 6.flO A. M.train. at present rates. I Catalogues 47-1 a'Hcd pleasure. cm'.HJ ell Im.li.matttr i This caution is rtn,1rrf1 essentially nf'l a.
I The train will not run from Tallahassee to St. Pel sous desiring t avail themselves of these re No\emLr 2C. 1859. -J ---- -- ---- --- --- from the I purifies the bb.ud. and large quantities s of inferior and defective. 1. ,'; ,r
Marks and back on Sunday only on Steamer day. duced rats, should notice particularly the sailing I I renewed IIO&cl.vitality to nervous system, prepare.l, season after season and staleii witt, j
WM. L. \'IS OS. Ass't Sup't. PROPOSED AMENDMENTSTO WOOD EDDY &CO.'SDELAWARE imparts name <->f Rithvrdton, by Irish HOHM-, t
days 01 the Augusta, and instruct their scents a to I giving i it th\t tone and energy inUisf rn -ablc wh. rfT .
March 54. ECO. 13EVANS shipping. A. II. COLE, Sup'L I THE AND MISSOURI for the restoration of health. It operate upon I less of the injury thins inflicte l alike ni tlt' \mp,. n

Fcroaudina. March 24, 1SCO. 13TOPLANTERS stomach, liver, Inl other diga"iive organs, consumer and! the manufacturers of the gemaunt1is; :
& CO. Constitution of the State tlC .
D. W. I STATE LOTTERIES mildly: hut I'<\t'rful. and soon restores theo> will not readily abnn.K.n a business *u p-i.fit t.

t ADOPTED BY NINTH GZSEEAL ASSEMBLY. --- to acondltioa; Ccnlil to the hcalihy] discharge I while worthier purchasers character.ra be imputed on with tjooui ot a

r No. THE -o-section of the 6lh article Grand Capital Prize $100,000 of the rllUcliul'of nature. J. & J. B. LOCEC. A
AN AC tl amend the Sib l".l: .lerly persons my 1.e tli:! Bitters uafly as ntLLOCKE nU
NO YANKEE HUMBUG. tle Constitution of the State of Florida. --- per directions: on the bottle, and they will fiuJ 36 Church St., \-w y,,.
1. Dtittnattedbyttit Senate and Ifotut WOOD EDDY & CO. Managers. in it asliiuulant peculiarly adapted to couforl tept.2.l. 1S50. SO-ly

1 J, 077 f: PIONEER! Southern Inventions !! SECTION calir. nf the State of tlsrida in i The Managers' Offices are located at Wilmirgton, declining year, t* it ii i:pleasant to the raJat e, THE KRClflMT'oflOXOF; ACE
$ I General ..tunb" That the "th section of Dtlawi, and St. Louis, Missouri. inTiiarating It'lht bowels, excellent a a tonic, TiE
tbe 6th the Constitution of this State shall I ____ and rejuvenating: generally. We have the evitl -0-
V ft II Palcnlcd June 21sl, 18.19, by REV. JAMES I' not hereafter 8 construed as to render ny Justice The .nee of thOI'anJ. of aged men ant, women I Gear's Machine for Cutting,

PJSKLER, Tallahassee, I'la.PEELEflS of the Supreme Court Chancellor or .Tud e of thi* I folowiugMAGNIFICENT who have experienced the benefit of using this ding. &c. Irregular Planing Mot.
f BROAD GIFT ; o I State, lcigil.l to either of the offices of Justice tf SCHEMESwill preparation while aff.-riiifr frol tomaci! le- Fors
'I the ,Chancellor or Judge of this State, be drawn in public under the Superintendence raii'cinenUaml petieraldcbiliiv; acticg under :I --0 '-

; VARIETY STEEL BLADE upon th- ground that the same i i. another and different 'I' of Sworn Commissioners, appointed by the Governor. ti! < adiice pliyici.ius, they have r.baudoncdaU ; ri MIE undersigned Las become tbe owner .; .,.

I office, utation or post of 1'oiior and emnolument.Ninth WOOD EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY. :I dt'lctcriol' drugs;* and t'aily tested the ; .i. right to us! and sell this valuable nut: _'
WAY. BOOKSTORE JIC I [ General Asst-nably.-l'aissed the Senate by incriis of this article. .\ few words to the Fli-tida, and be now' offer individual and i -
.I the constitulknal majority January 8. 1859. Parsed Class No. 312 Draws Saturday,June 30, 1S130 pcntlcr sex. There.fcrs certain reriods when i; Rights to any wlw may de ire to purctaso ritf.. .
but Stock fur lind of the H.u-e of Representatives by the constitutional ,I the can be Been in at ,. .
r.EQUIRES one any aL 78 Numbers. ... 13 Drawn Callols. their crro me no harns-iug I that t tnr.nyofthara ILI( operation stistact
I X; blade ten of which may b, put on, fastened, maj<'rity January 12, 1858.] I Hink nr.dcr the: trial. The rchliiu of mother thet-hopof I W. Bowen at the T.lahal-Ot'! H rt
'KIV-IOCK -r I and taken l off, in one minute.Is I 1 Grand Capital Prize of an.l 1 clulJ !is so ib'iorliiiiply tender, that tha >ep<>t. The mac.inp is simple in it. e<>n.fract.: ,_

I adapted to sod. !ubsnil hillside, ,*nd general cultivation AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the 13th article ii.ctl.er: : especially if she be jourg is art to adapted to cut I greater variety <-f irr"-IJIJ' ,
.L : OLDEST ESTABLISHED and maybe into a double; plow it I of the Constitution of this State.StCTiox siooooosWiioir forgot her health in her extreme anxiety' and S'irfaccd than any other yrt in"rl p,) ;tic;
TIlE desired and is so constructed that a seed planter may f 1. fie it enacted by the Senate and llovft 1 Prize of l 168 Prizes or 5rOI for her infaht.0\1 bhould the perd of maternity I pacify is equal to twenty m n aflal in *..tne kj:i iI :

GIPT BOOK HOUSE I b Attached tit, the cost of which will nut exceed I of Jlffireitfuiatiret of the State of Honda in Gene II Prize of t0.010, j:I 6 Prizes of 125 arrive: during. ihe summer season, the wear of I I \011 much more. It occupies but si' alt spa' tl,

.. -- -,-- one dollar. I I ral .4Uf1U" Ol".tThat the 7th section of the I I 3 Prizes of 12.500:1: 65 Prizes "f. 100 body and mind i it generally aggravated. Here, three to four fet square i is soula.. -In. ,,
: A GIFT WITH EVERY nOOK i Every part i ii detachable and adjustable to itf'l.; I' 13th nitio e of the Constitution of this State be so i 3 Prizes of 0,00 -! (5 Prizcs of 5I then it ncee'ilty; for. 11 stiinul.iiu tC recuperate .t quirrf. but little piwrr to drive it. J""n'; ki,' t
;. j The stock, which may be mad uf column amended as to read all liabilities ft such Bunk"hal 3 Prizes of ,flO 65 Pre of the.:eccrgitof the 13 a'cm. sid enable the neat an.l difficult woik in House Ln: ,. .. i a. I
Worth from 5') etnt\. to $100,00. plank is FO simply constructed and there Lin flue I he pivab e in specie and the asrsrr'gate of the I Plizts of 2.600 :/ 4.810 Prizes of t mother to bear up under her exhausting trlas: :. Furiiiture, Carriage Wagcn and J l.t.: ': K v .
a eld in the iron that the whole be ties and issues of a Hank (exclusive of depot.it. )shall : tc, Ac., can be turned out by it with uoiunjueatue
: IDJD 2 3 1By I part plow may I Plizes uf 2.00 ,;27,1-40 Ptizet of 20 and .'llon iliios.) ; Nursing Muilic.s generally < j.>
J readily i put up by the CI mODest Smith after once at no time exceed double the amount of its capital Prizel of 1,000 i pnfer the I'litcrs to ail oll.er invigora- s and ddratL
constant addition to our stock \re )have collected I 10 ._ '
comrt pattern.Fanners stock in. of JCRC :Illi UAKrJulvlC >
obtaining tn"iurvement
I : 1,1 --- --- -- ---- -- tort that the j-hysi-
the largest and most vuiod f>eleetk>u of BooVs I may even fit their present supply of [ General Asssmlalv.-Fassed the Senate by 32.39G Prize amounting to .. Zll86.'SsIMLtCLY !, because Icrr\f it agrccaMu to the Uiie as 1S50. 59-1 T
ever offered by any publishing house in the country. wrought and I the constitutional majorityJanuary 4,1859. I'aseed dl -- --
'"" turning plows, scooters, eepsfor i to ; a iucrcsjj
io iT r.cll as ceiiiun give !
S all of which are fresh from the publUWs! baud, and I this stock. the House of Representatives by the constitutionalmajority I ii EVEIY i ICllltUt
t warranted in formA "otl:1: amrengii.All Notice.OIX .
Are p-iffCt everv I I January 10, 1858.] I
those ):!". to whom we I.ivepertiea-
r CATALOGUE which f..rpcrferthnofarrane. TiCKKis$20$20 ; Hunt$10 ; QVARTIUS ; rei! .
( after the first : f .
front publication tl.t
MANURE DISTRIBUTOR: referred above. i Tiit : slt1erer': < i.k'
laily monts
cartful selection, and elas"ilicatwm of Ancient PEEER'S amended Constitution of the EIGHTHS (2.60. :
I ment. amend the
AN ACT t" i t ,adminif rator of the .'.
ferrr and can: rd .l rf' tb.undtTsigtied
I. and Modern Literature has never 1'1I"qlllIl(J.and j. \ )to the sowing and distributing any State of Florida i in relation to the sessions of tin Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme will ague indigestion bYII11li leSs of : Jiar elite, and t of 1 Elizabeth CainpK. deceased! late of'! on t.
has been copied and imitated by rumpilrrs of Catalogues _ilALind of mamiie and fertihzets. whether fine trI General Assembly.Stcriox be sold at the following rates which is the risk: dysentery apj stomach bu ar-count vouchers t .
either in broadcast in drill. cart all di eai-es or derangements of the t.vi plent .fal aDI tl'y
otaise. or Any or
throughout the country, is niw remodeledand I. I 1. He i tvacttdly tht Senate and house Certificate ot Package of 26 Whole Tickets $299.00H invalid persons of sedentary un. Judge ol Pru .lt, of Leon e 'unrand ,=k to Mdischarged.
be fixed for this superannuated
and ill be mailed free to address wagon on a plantation may readily I
i. i improved w any I at a mast.The ef fiepitnentaiii-e of the Matt of Eor.dt in General 26 Half H9.50 occupation, and nursing u-others. will consult WILLIAM P'ERKWSDtc
I on application. I put pose tnfn ------ JLuemllii co".td That the of the 26 Qunrt..r" 74.75 their own physical welfare by giving to lies.tetters I 17. 1S59. o6C A.m',
Send for a Catalogue.It undersigned is \the owner of th.State louse of R'epr fLaI be chosen by the I 26 EigLtb" n.SjI Celebrated Stfiuach a trial :
It will be mailed free to any address. and will Right of F.orida. for thcee inventons. The County I qualified voters and shall for the term of two -- ('.kl.TION.-lVe caution (liurn 11li-: Notice.
r prove an invaluable asi taot in the formation of a Riht for the following counties have not yet been years from and after( the day of the first election I Splendid Scheme any of the miny imia.i-vns cr counter- I
I library or the selection of useful and entertaining ( viz: ut.der the amended Constitution and no longer ; and i taut tiding, but ask for IlosicTTLc'3: CILKBB%TID I Q IX months after date. Ihe underspend will pr -
ruding.- I Hamilton Columbia, Madisn. Taylor. Lafayette the sessions of the General A" emtY shall be annual I Vo BE DEAWN. 1 nec that each bottle has I O cent his final accom.tt and voreher to the JIIt..

; I GIFTS ; Leon. Gadsden. Liberty. Franklin Calbuun. Jack- and commence on the 3d [ ; of Nonmbr i EACH WEDNESDAY IN JUNE.Class the SWt.\Cl otds "ITEI19.Dr.J. Ilotcttcr'sSti.u.aeh ILc tilcrs"I I of Prolate of Leon county, as aJn.m.ktratrr CD tb>

f ;" The limitless varieties of Gift distributed and ron, Washington, Uomts! Walton, Santa Rosa and in each Year. or at such other times a may prescribed b'own en the side of the l tttt, anti stsn-pfd estate of Adam Gramling lecral. tale of an
i their really in'rinslc ""luetill commend them to all Eeeatnbia. by 11I \. ii70 Draws Wednesday, June 6, 1800 on the metallic cup covering the coik, sn-I ; county. loud uk to L. discharged ther.>fn>m

", lovers of pood tate.1 By buying in large quantities The C"unty Rights for the above named rounfie; I SEC. 2. Re further enartfd, That tie Representative I. Class 2S-2 Draws Wednesday, June 13, I860 ohecreethat autograph signal ui e ia ca tie A. P. (JRAMLIXO AdoJn. ,-

C and f.r cash: we are enabled to apportion a greater of this State with the County Rights fi-r the counties -'.llall.e chosen on thf first Monday HI October Class 201! Draws Wednesday, June 20, 18(0 libe! 't_, IS_ 60. 26MNotice._ __ .
t, value to our patron than others. as one trial will of Decatur Miller and F of the State of in ft'h every second year from nod after the a Prepared and sold by HCSTETTr.K & u
t, mtvince those who wish to test the strength of our Georgia, are now offered for 'rl., may be hail I first election under the amfndec! Constitution, or on ; Class ? DrassVednesday_ ., June 27, 18t50 SMITH.. Filtsburcli. Pa., and told by 1 I, .

: ioduarmenta by applying immediately on such tf'nn' as to give i such other day\ as may ( ', by law. Senators NEARLY OXE PEIZE TO ETF.EY TWO TICKEUTS, druggists. grocers and dealer lel ":!? I months after date the tirdrrei ntd Wilt!) rrr
DISPATCH I the to realize than Sic. J. \lfnrthtr tnafteti. That the = the United Slate, America SIX
; ; ten
a ( more throughout
; puicliasrr .b:1 time the
his final and vouchers to JIj.reof !
I 78 Numbers.13 Drawn Ballots. account <
: Those who regard a j>r<'mpt reply t<. their orders tbe money for which they can be shall b chosen dy the qualified electors for the term and Oerznanv.
II.ugb. and float l
I I Probate of Leon county apply liar a "
:"-r will be ante and sent' m their patronage as the central Persons in any of these wishing plantation I '>f four years a the same time iu the same manner ---. ---- Sold by J. It. GItrGORY A (0., 71. >.\ 1 charge from the allmioi'trlltion on the estate if *u

: f location of New YOlk City. with its many: diTfrgintr ; rights can obtain them by apphingtn me at this: I aDd in the same places where they rote for members shall I CAPIT.lA PRIZE OF $37,500. &CO., aud AMES &LIVELY. : TaIIalia I liam Grimes, deceased late .asaihcesunrvLEWIS ,I .

1 means of tr.incportatKHi. give us unrivalled I plaee or my agent for the county in which they live. i of the House of Representatives.he be white anl no person citizen of 1 Prize of.. $15,639 ''i! 1 Prizes of ..1400. ace, Florida, and J. AV. SKlI-Piit, >eiv I CRIMES, Ajwr
advantages in forwarding to the roost distant points. : My ucifortn price fo the individual right to make be a Senator unless a man, a 2 Prizes of 10.000 |Ii j 2 Prizes of .. 50t) Port, Via. Jan 21, 16CO. 4m;
and shall have been inhabitant
The business augments of our JMablisliment and use the Plow is $2 per horse, for the Manure the lnilf',1 Sttu. an 2 Prizes of ',50 i| 65 Prizes of ... 100 April 9, lst;(). 11yNOTICE -- -- -- ---
election! _ _
have bvrn so thoroughly perfected, that order re- : Dietrbutor: f 5 e-cli.. I Sf two years next preceding his I 2 Prizes of. 6,000( "jj I 65 Prizes t.f .. 70
a ", eeived by the evening mail the next morning are on !, The eojt of*he material and mating of the stock and th. last year thereof a resident of the (Ii.tnr or 2 Prizes tf. 3.0001' 65 Prizes of 40 TO ALl I I0 Insolvent Estate Notice.

I their way to their destination and no orders are delayed ready for plowing with any kind of a blade, i i.about' I courtly for which be diall b chosen and shall have -Piizes of. 'I 13n Prizes or.. SO STATE OP FLORIDA, 1
over twenty four hours from the time of their $:2. This Deludes both and irotiwoikoui;
p rtctpliuaWe I The cost of the blad"wo! ow iug to their weight 4. Be further made euactrd.the first That the of the clarification General -. 15 Prizes c. 600 I|127,040 Przes of .. 10 TN returning his thauls for the very liberal patron- i 1= M. SPEX ER. administra ,teof! !
.AFIJT-Y I and 1 hA the Smith charges for making them which I of Senators at 'l"ion shall _1 I_ sits heretofore bestowed urxM him the un.l.rI I 1. William Pelt late of Wakulla manly. tie
1 t We take the risk of all In., through the mail if I is generally less than is charged for miking any other Assembly held in the year: 1845. continueniachangeal 22,396 Prizes ... .. Amounting to $SV.589 si?le,1 would lufoiui the public tL"r h" ceased having filed io the Probate office < f "-J
_. the directions are followed as in Catalogue which is I kind of a plow blade being without weld, exceedingly one half of whom r nearly a!plsll.le, still continues respectfully I county a written suggestion that. be believes the

Dot done by other Gift Book Houses. on"r sent simple and ea.y to give the seth I' bill be chosen forever hereafter biennially I WUOLK TICr(10; HALVES $5 ; QUARTERS (250I CAItitlAUE I estate (said William Pelt to be insolvent, thrrrf
in the form of draft payable to our order, or letters I A stock complete with a steel pn'pr' plow blade, term of four years: Provided hovercr," i is hereby BUSINESS K.tice i ill hereby given to all persons having el.:ira
enclosing funds if registered according to law, are scooter In.IIt'et'r.1 ccst in our fchops here about I declared, that the term of office of that class of Senators r I Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme, to In all its various: branches -. ----- 7:11"5 1 said t'I'IlIle'to appear and file the same.,i.k,
:i' insured a cafe return t witllfut the iron work can be fur- i unexpird at the first election.under the amended I 1 be drawn each Wednesday wi b Bold at the following at the OLD STAND cp ': the Judge uf Probate of raid county on or bef<.r.I it.
:.- JGTs13)o2 !: Te 20 Constitution shall extend to and expire on the first rates, which is the : po'ite the Book J Vat of July 16t;, when there will Lea pro rats 01,

Agents and those d. siring to become IIn.f 1 Every where(el.1 elrh plow kit been introduced it has: Monday iu October eighteen hundred and sixtytwo.8t5. .J Certifeat of Package of 26 Whole Tickets |149,50 and hopes by strict attention = I tribution of said estate among the creditors ot i -J
suM Be further enacted That the fir.-t elec 26 Half 7475I" to business ( j
f should examine our term. AS ten books! cin be been cousidrredThe / estate.
.t in tl.e came lime that one may be disposed of in the I Most Economical, Canrtnient and Efficient .fur Assemblymen tinder this Constitution shall 26 Quarter 37.37 merit a continuance of a.* I H. L, HENDERSON, Judge of Prol.t.

rezolar: way. tLrougli the inducements. given by us I Cultivator Ever take plaee on the frt Monday in October, eighteen share of tbe public pat -. I Dee. 81. C59. Sam_
Inrclfld the first session of the General _
the kindred and dxlv. In ordering Tickets or enclose tbe ronage. :
to pirehacr.t CertifcAte.
I 57" We pay the most liberal commissions to I. A great many cf the most reliable and intelligent I Assembly under. this amended Constitution Ibal I amount of money to our ad res you wish lie would also inform 'as.- I Wnkulla Circuit Court.-In Equity

Ag.nt" I planters of Middle Florida have given Certificates of I' eomneiK on the third Monday in November to purchase; name the Lottery in which yon wish it the public that lie Mary E. Lawrence, )

t: We top the most varM) ami)extensive stock : its efcenry. and are of opinion that n soon a its year eighteen hundred and sixty one. invested. and whether you wish Wholes, Halves or has fitted up a room at his shop for taking I' "t'I >. Bill for Divorce.
mlris < generally known it will be tbe Only Sea 6. Bt it further That the sessions of Quarters of send what is Francis ,
of liooks nnd Gifts, and gratuitously circulate the I elad on receipt wbih we or Lawrence )
most complete and beet classified catalogue in the Plow ued, bmg not only the most convenient, but tie General Assembly extend over thirty dered by first mail, toetb the scheme.Immediately JBO-OenAJBSI 1 appearing to the satisfaction of the C.wtI'
.oantnr.g cheapest p ( have ever seen. I Jays in duration unless a constitutional m jority of i after drawing a .Printed Drawing IT filed, that the defendant ic this BiUr*-
We guarantee: perfect satisfaction to all who This Plow! has taken the first premium in all the I tli* membr shall deem it expedient No member Certified to by the Commissioners, wi b sect lnt life ,size. DAGt'EIKEOTr'copied and enlarged fides out"'f the State of Florida : It is ordered! I lint
.t. .j favor with their State Fairs it has been entered ; and two premiumswere I lhl pay from the State for bis set vices after with an Explanation.t .) life size, either on paper or canvass reAdY for a hearing be bad upon the facts charged in lid t Obeftne
.' may us patronage. awarded to it at the South Carolina Slate Fair expiration of tbiity days continuously from the Purchasers will please write their signature painting. WM. KUl the Judge of the Middle Circuit of this Mite

HOW TO SCAD: roil IiOOIt>. last Full ; but I do not w int planters to buy rig'ht; mmeneement of the session.8eo. plain and give die name of their Pot Office, County O:7-: Call and examine specimens. _T$ of Florida on tie first Monday July next 1111
t Orders of Five Books and up\t'ants.lhould be sent upon these recommendation alone, I want them to 7. E, it further enacted. Ttat the ac entitled and State. Jan. U. IS60 3-tf further ordered that copy of this order be piilluMiu

:i. by esprt:**. if possible as it is cheaper and safer Iutht' right-have, the plows made-given them a an act to amrndtheConstitution of this Sta.t so-ns All communications strictly -,- tbe FWidiao! and Journal once a_ wetS, (urtl.'
.1,: than by mail. i fair tlal. anal if after properly making and tiding t. make the session of the General Assembly biennial I tST" All prizes. of f 1,000 cnfdentia, immediAtely P. B. BUOKAW'S. of three months.
t Money if possible should-be sent in form of drafts, : them they do not find them as advertised, I herein I instead of annual b and the same is hereby after th. prizes at the usoal space Passed at Chambers this 29th day of March A PI860.

as payment can be stopped if lost through the mail. I pledge' myself to return them their money. This I abrogated aol annulled far as the tame it inconsistent time of forty drawicg-te. LIVERY AND SALE STAB IE? J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.
i. Letters enclosing Money may be sent at our risk think H as fair a they could ask A<,FNTJ WAXTID.. with tie provisions of this a<>t. I yOur M-iirb31.: !E6f. )4-Sm
provided they are registered according to law. These I A. J. PEELER, TaHalla 8ee. Fla.I [Passed House of Representatives by the TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. _

precautions are simple, and within the reach of all, h Vat a Shop in this place exclusively tnsgr'I Constitutional majority January 15 1859. Passed Single Number 'rIlE Proprietor would inforpi Notice.
asMiiin:; the safe transmittar.ee of Book I in making and repairing these p: '1'L purchasing the Senat by the Constitutional majority January Lotteres I bil and the
t 35" In ordering books, tbe title in black letters I p'autation! rights can be furnished with pl.waRI 15,1859.] $ public,that be has rebuilt his, __ ____ SIX months after date the undersigned will i p-
.I onlv. fcliould be used. The writing should le plain. 1S cents per pound iron woik,21 cents per pound, DRAW EVETIY SATURDAY. Brick Stables, at the old stanj, and i is now bis final account and vouchers to the Jn'Pof
and Post OPiee. and State should steel work which less than otherpliaws I' arge Probate of Leon county. and fr a fiuit alitcharge
the N apply
tme. County is per pound any accommodate his friends and
OFFICE or THE S'CUTUT STATE, ) WHOLI TICKETS JlO; $5 QCARTCRS ?2.50 prepared to customers
HnTs ;
OJ ; <*
ia I made for in title market adminiuwtratioa tbe ntAteMarI
La distinct to avoid mistake.i can IH from the' oo
March his
19lh attached Black
16CO. f j jI He also has to Stables a
7 to JUlie 30. Talahalee. go deceased late of said e untv-
t. rud Tor a Catalogue. Feb. 4. M. Townsend
: Direct nil' communication to D. W. EVANS 11"0. I hereby certify the loregoing act entitled "An |2: ?- Orderf for Tickets or Certificates in any of smith Shop where he willhavebave done kin.o'' LYMAN SMITH, Admr
c New York. WILLIAM p. SLUSSER Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th article of the the above Schemes t be directed t Plantation work.- shoeing and Carriage March tl-6m
& CO 677 Broadway 10. 18BQ.
& Del the best manner and with and diE- _
Match :tt. lKao. 14-3m Constitution of the State of Florida..An Act to WOOD. EDDY CO.Wilmington, very promptness
t __ TALL / HAS SEE, FLORIDA amend the 7th section of the 1th articl of the Constitution or, WOOD.EDDY k.CO.. St. Louis, Mo. pitch. Notice.SIX .

Nathaniel Hamlen MAMTACTCHEnor CoPPER.TlS AND SUEETI of this State," Ac t amend the Circulars containing Schemes for the month Novembers, 1853. 4
I tli 54
mended Constitution of the State Florida ia t months from tbe first publication
I relation sent,free of by as above.
COMMISSION MERCHANT, Inor.PF WHOLESALE AND RETAIL to the Iionlof the to expense addressing Carriages, Buggies, and Harness the undersigned administrator of thee w:

: No. 38 Povdrns St., New Orleans. DfLEI IN l'ti, lACY AND JAPANSKDWAHE. t be tin* and correct copies of Generlaembly'tle I {3J are Tb published,Drwig of the Wood New, York Eddy A Co.s, New Lotteries For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. of John Parkhill. deceased, late of Leon cf county:wl'fpret'Dt
ia this his final account to the Judge
-0Rgrr.x j office.Witness my official signature i York Tme Yorker Staats Zeitung.Clark's /,TlE Sub.br has just received a Leon county and atk to be dischargni
ToFxGov.Jatues- Iead-Qnartf'I's. F. L VILLEI'IGUE, ; ,. large supply of Carriages, S. M. PARXHILL.AjmlFeb,18,1860.
E. Broome i A SPLENDID assortment Cooking. Parlor I Plow. and Harness which
I Ta. abassee. Fla of State. Buggies, he offe.s: 86mBlacksmith
Gen. U A. Shine f -iJ- and Wood S1'.f's. trimmed with neatness The Jacksonville Secretary Peninsular 0- ror sle on tbe most reasonable terms. ___ _-

A.R.: ).t: SoYt'I. E}q."q. } X ewport, Fla.i and durability, at pi ices. I LT and Marianna Patriot Stndard.publish Talpa for six .nontlis- I Patented February 14th, I860. November 18. 18.. 46 Notice.

J'f'nCt'r. i I Out Door Work. and forward accounts to the Executive
DepnmeoLI -0---
i John J. Snelling. Quincy, Fla.Gen.
Ornamental Front Heads, Match 24 13-6m I right to sell this PLOW in the States of DESTY.DR. .
I Wm. Bailey Jefferson county Fla. Roofing. Guttering,Cop
J. G Putnam. Etq.. Madison Fla. per and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead, I ;: THE I a and Alabama baa been sold and assigned

.:t Augustus Stt-ele. r>q.. Cedar Keys. Fla. i Zne.lJ Pipes, Patent Cistr Pumps. Shop work t; Received, I to Cot Joeph H. Alstn of MOD cunty.I .-
I Uanirllkl1. q.. Hamilton c-juijy, Fla. : every dune at notice I State and County Rights oter Ieti are of
Per Bark A'ew YorJc.A
3foxley from, immediately. humI
feted for Apply 0 -
FA. Remington.. &q. } Thornaseille. Coo. City nnd Country lUcrrliniits I lile ;
}'I: S eIXUl. ".--}. I invited call SELECT Let of BRANDIES. CORDIL I bug invention, but u strong simple andclAip.
Are respectfully to give me a
Jack J. Marsh. 1 1Nov. kaq. Duncanville, Geo. I elsewhere. purchasing SYRUP.CIGARS and CANDE E. B. CLAR Patentee.

!o. 1853. _._ _47 __ Perfec Syrup, March 10, 1860. 1I
___ I : N. n. All articles manufactaed from the L"Cordil. Rapbur
C and warranted durable. No nr I do T. J. CUR LEE ,
) :\
GREAT Mint do Pine do
Apple I FOUNDRY his
will be offered for sale. FULTON WOULD return grateful acknowledgements nnnE BLACKSMITH: BUSINESS tf/11.
Anisette do do
Strawberry *
citizens of Southern and Mid- ,
RONEY & LLOYD'SPATENT _October__I'"_. 1855 h____ __ 42_ .___ __ Orange do I Cognac Brandy 1848, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.JOHN dle and East Florida, for the Georgia liberal patronage X branches will be earned ooderaigned..hn oo a*heretofore w
ver OLD STAND the
Notice. Karnel do Chtmparne Brandy, I received from them five six the bJ
# t Sot TIIERNT durin past or years. thanks for and solicits a continuation of P
ALSOA CAUDV Proprietor. He will continue of the above profession .
: :PLaCVV.:: I ALL persons having; claims or demands against Urge assortment cf fine CANDIE. Apply to I -0LITEfl& ,- io those sections of practice country, and has made sucharrangements patronage retofore 10 liberally exteodt'li.LSOS.
) estate of Bartholomew deceased July 1. 1859. 80
T --- .- lolt. March 17, 1860. 12-tf C WEST.. with manufacturers of Dental Materials .
Patented Dec. 27tb 1859."TTTE late of Leon county are requested present them ENGINES from 6 to 35 bone 'pwer.
I' to enable him to put m.L of !
tbe best material and as up .tt BLACK-SMITHING
properly authenticated, to the undersigned within I 0 built\ to order of Nor
call the attention of- -the- public to our nwVV the time prescribed by law or they will b barred ; rUNXO & rnnn.hip and as cheap a can be purchased in New hundred, ay dollar of the*popular moe at from fifty for toO SUBSCRIBER p..1JO'11'
and all those indebted will make immediately York of1 Northern city and laid down in Floridx le tan i. usually ebane flMIE
payment 0
-, PLOW. feeling satisfied that it is the most \ any 11'
a .i lI tbe in the South what )and :
. w. T. Adm'r. L ( Saw Mills. Grist Mill*.Gin Glaring same ; (b says I tie! that he has opeoe V
valuable and economical plow invented o oe
: yet TAYLR Cut them to be as aDd SHOP sg3i5
r from to guarantees r'ALE 8UVrn ___J .
and when it has been tried, all May 12. I860. on band. Sugar Mili l b
supercede 208w
1 must wber
% can lit put up or with his Lrrur STABLXS.
made order. connection
\ FACTORS SAn inches in diameter always on MUTC.B I Nor South uri
C others. This is the of experienced planters I o
opinion Cirrus'
TI Those in of his by dropping a Plantation'tod
Iron for trlc. have done all kind. of
Notice. Some beautiful of Railing grave nee ca
I at who have examined it. We are are prepared to sell ptero note to either Moot- or Madison, ALSOAHORSE -
I patrols, and call the special attention of tbe public SIX Months after th first publication of this no yar5ls.ste.Jothiug. executed with have the work done,and time t test it belm Fl the beet III.
I work of all descriptions SHOEING very
C that those wishing may secure them soon. The plow the wilipreseotbi.final account I .'
3tutrct Commission
;' can be seen at Lloyd and we will leave patterns and vouchers under.igt of Probate of Leon county I J11crrants, I neatntss and d.pth AH orders adJrelle t ingforit.3jr The best references given dtalred. lr( ii and will use every endeavor Co ,
will | and to
I I distributed at different places tory IOOD.ROXty as executor of the estate of A. L Fisher, deceased, : NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF John Crdy, TaM 1d b promptly December. 1858. 6! i done with dispatch r. .ICtO.'
A LLOYD. )late of said county and ask to be discharged.ALFREU attended to.

Jan. 14. ISCq JMf-- __ A. FISHER, Ex'tr. I c F. IA KCKE) I [1 (C Terms. Cash. .fj Fellow Gizizens January 1,1 M9. I _
Li Notice. I IALL April !8. IE60. \86mNotce. ) 1. TCcNO., } Charleston, S. C I I -ISTotice.rr THE BOOKS belonging to the .t of J. M. Notice.SIX .

W. NOWELL, Special show that many of yon are *ue thai *iIl"p I
persons taring claims or demand against E of Cardy estate in sums of $1 The books and months after date the undtnigned J ,
interest Joseph
. estate of Alfred Bryant deceased late of QJIX mouths after _of this no _-, ] A.V1KQ: purchased well all accounts accounts will be an u1ud until the his final account and Touchers w"ra

.. Leon county are notified to present them to the un. O: tice. the undersigned executor den., within the time prescribed by law, or this and testament of Archibald Graham, deceased, late JL 8 of Talle. Fla. will represent doe concern, indebted will come the,Sheriff with ittructiom Tab do tatToo the ..tatsof V. V. 8knned"said **!
notice will b plead in bar o!their re"er; and all of Leon county will present his final account u such us, receive adYne upon Cotton designed oraL duct d by me Those their pleas notice thereof and yourselves Cot y- oonnty, and ask to be diteharfed f"VjltH.T.BLOCKER.EiofficioA<

persons indebte are requested payment rxecutor. to the Judge of Prot of lid oountv and HANCKEL, TUNNO (NOWELL, for, .rd and settle &ut C'e A: acr Exfr. '.

JOHN A. McINTOSE. Ad-n'r. isk to b* dischasre{ PNDER '. I Clet S. C. :- CARDT1 Kevpoit, Match II, 15MX SPECER April 7, IS!;. 15-6m .
I Jlnnary 1. 18fiP.
Mar 3. 14cn 19- Aptil 14. ISd., u-rm Jan. 58, 186ft 5 I copy. .


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