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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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AMES & LIVELY, J. B. GREGORY & CO., ritorruDiiscs OP TIIK Wm. Butler. J. II. Pooser, J.A. Martin, J. The COImiltel on .Apportionment reported AS sent may the in Democracy their opinion of Floruit 1 nJvi-uble amid tate for each the ftel'

Democratic State Convention. F. McClelland I D. C. D.twkins.Walton as 'follows : .
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(SUCCESSORS IJ. KABNABD JK. tejance of the honor, dignity), and true welfare of
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'WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL ,) Co.-J. F. McClelland Proxy. The committee appointed to apportion the vote the State of ForiJI

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in QUI (Y, JOE 4, 16CO, ; Jefcrson Co.-John. Woolen, K. K. Black- of the grtcral counties represented in this Contention. JiesolreJ. Delegates from thisJ5late t..

-DEALr.IlS 1.r. :- DRUGS AND MEDICINES 11 o'col'k1.! \ }him, Calvin Davis, Joshua 'I'aylor F. R.Fil.les beg leave to report that thry lime adopted the late Charleston Convention to wit: )r'!r. /
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the following us 1 l'a"il'5 representation.Ejcb I John Milton TIio J. Er>pes, Charles K. Dvtc.
Thv Democratic Convention of the State
:i rrot at the Court House in the Town J. W. Eppe: W.C. Smith John I'lmar, J. L. one additivn.il vote for every hfly totes cast for the I together with three additional delegates from"each _

Siiiipkins. (;. W. Blaikbuin: J. M. Rajsor, Dt'ICI1Ilit, cundidate fi.r Con n-ss in the lact Con of the Judicial Districts of the State tu l b>chosen .
I ol Quii.c)', this day, June 4, at 11 o'clock, David Walker.Hamilton I ritl"ll..ti,", ansi l that every (I'lctioiies tl' I by the Delegition fn'l the wild di!trieM, be api '

II ,\. M. : tiftv. nioie than twenty-time. blull) count Ii :i pdntrd as Delegates from this State, in accordance S
I o-Jolm l'iiiili.V.. Hawkins
tc '1TALL&RASSEE I II ( I aduitional vote. And tl, tIJ"1 this Uisii i: lee !I Ij with the foregoing resolutions, and that each of the ,.
i I Tne Convention temporarily organized: on I Wm. II. Mitchell, Alex. Bell, II. J. cuiiiitic r, prcMnt'J in this: Coin tutu-ii, isle entitled i I said delegates L authorized to appoint proxies for

I ., motion of Air. Lamar .f JifFerson, by calling Steward, Jno. Q. Stcard.I j to tote u.tvlo\h : them hn

I Gen. A. K. ALLISoN of Ondsden to the Chair.E. Leon Co.-John. Miller, Dr. E. A. Brcvard Escambia ... . 1 New Uivcr .. .. 4 I I All of wh'el is pectfullr nihmitteA
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I on linuJ at the uid at.'ulfltI'gn i of the Mor I S J. Fleming, W. M. Bradford. Patiickflitli Santa Rosa. .?. .. 8. buwuniuc.. .. ... 4 T. 11 LAMAR, (bin .

FLAT HAVE eon'r of Clinton nUll Muuroe sire ta, a :. L'Eug'eas leqmstec' to act asGecietary. S Jesse Everett: J. J. WliitchuifrlS ; Walton. .. .. H St. Job in. .. .. SHolmes I Mr. Hilton of Leon, offered the following
: large find complete stock of pure I : jr. I .. ... .. 2 Ormijre .. ... 2
I )E: LOW r..etn'irp n lanre anSI fie b fc'ipply of I Y. Jones, R. B. Bilton1. D. Papv, C' I! Wellington. ... & Volusia! . .. . 2 minority report : t

;\ evenaiuty of:aitiele Lijt I liy Diu.gisU.m' I Dings, Hlvdiriurs ;nd Chemicals, The Convention was opened with prayer I I-:. Dtke Dr. M. II. Nash', W. K. Beard .: Calhotiii.: ... ... 3 Putnaiu .. ... 4 j The undersigne a of the Committee on '

.. TER. I'JliSIIANS.itid Dye-Stuffs, I'aLt's! Oil, Spirits Tur- l II y Rev. I). L. White, who invoked tho Lies- IlIugl. A. Corley, E. M. W eat. C. W. Soott, fraukll..5 UI.f\.r'l..l Reslution to submit the following Miuoihy -

rcnin.. Vanishes, IJI'Il&/lf'.f, CamjJtene 1. C. Williams James II. I). W.Gwvnn I Jltl AI.uluI.: .. ..... i Report: '
<,:tlior. ill! alwayii find at thie' ctal,lii>hmert a Burning Fluid, Window sings Almighty God upon its deliberations.On GJllin. GIlon.ou..l. .. .... bumtcr.. .'. ... 3 I Jlcxolctd Tint this Convantion doth endorse and'
lul 1 i''"V, .,f ITthing 1k'f'J..IIII.'ur! line an.1 on Glass motion of .Mr. Long of Nassau a committee .A I P. .malitr. Jas. J. J. I Libci't v.. ... .. 3 Marion..e I ILlI. : ratify the action of the Delegate from the State of .1 S

: li1 i'Ii! lot rut ns Jlx-T run be I..J l in any Southern I'utty, Jy-c., 4'( of one from each to be scJt II Williams, Wm. John B. Galbaith .". .. ..... Levy.._. .... .. 3 Florida tu the late Charltstol Convention..
MirLii. O r.hi' ly Mail or uth'nri"e i |"n mptly at- together with a fine assortment ofTOILET the county c.fl'I''y John McDougald, Dr. H. Gardner, I Wjkulla. .. .. !, llrn.lo.. .... .. 3 .And Whirta the Democratic Convention of the .
trni.tO irwl tilled wilh tl e tame romf u "' as i if respective legation*, was appointed I . I State of Florida. hich met in Tallahassee on this'
Ai>D l'AIC'V AUTICLLSCostaii.G At in Oliver, Dr. G. W. Patkhill, Dr. D. M. J.T"IHI. . .. .10 HillabOroujh 2
,, Cc t..r-If'rl. To Cash and to report the tmes of 9th of and from which the Florida
1 IMHI..IU. imiohat-ed by permanent otfice.s I Lafitte. Madison .. .. 1 Manatee.. .. .... 2 I April Delegatesto
nipt t.rubuy*:r*. w- f- wifi'Iont! in rating we. Superior Hair Tooth Aim'an or l oilier Brushes for the Coincntion.ns follows : Tn)'Ior.. .. .. .. 2 Monroe .. ... ... 4 the Charleston Convention received their appointment
utireBi'J UftK4i. OurSIGCK corn.trir" < Orange Co.-Thos. Lrdwitb, I did adopt the so called Rtsolutious f
jivetbein proxy. -
'nlltl
11 ; I Latiiyctte----------- 2 1)ade...... .... .. 1 "
pl ; lIorn (tory ussr! India llttbbfr Dressing COMMITTEE OKfi.VMZ :. day Co.-Thos. Ledwith ilil. proxy. HmniLon. .. .. u G' J'u\u!! ... ... 6 a exprofoive of the principles the Dcmo'c '

Pie StufTblicnes and Fin Combs; Fancy Toilet )Madison J.vnes L Mosley ; Franklin, Nathan })ural Co.-Tho Ledwith II. )1 Sadler. .. I.u. ..... .. C CIt.3 racy of Florid.i "n the subjects to which these:resolutions '

:! ; nllllsLe. Soips ; I'omaliints ; Choice ( li.ikcr ; AlachuA, : Ingrain ; Jack Marion Co.-W. S. Harris E. 1 L'Engle Columbia... ... ... 4W. relate; .f Ht rl"rta.f. ,e have then 5t'1 no ren- J

Cbt'nticllls, VUlnil1 rutty.FerfunRry. l1uiJ.Fliut. I'crfumc'i/. 4'c cyr.., $c.AM fOil D C DI\\ kin, ; Walton, J JlcClellan:( ; J. I!. Johnson, S. St.! George (Rogers.Sujnptcr .. 1>. BARNES Chni'* pro tern. j:I i I Be to it e"tnle therefore or RtJottd aL1Iol,That position this Convention taken doth;

.. Canptisie.ot of wbu-h thc\ will sell at n-.iKon.iblp price.. fly Jt-fTctson, F R Tildes ; I Hamilton, Jno I I'mik ; I Co.,-\m. S. Hani, S. St. Geo.Rogers. The above report i unanimously adopted by the reatfinn in let..r spirit sid Senate Resolutions

.:.. Glan Vareine Veepin;; constantly eupjiho 1 with all tirtitl.-s ill iLcfr Leon C K Dtke, ; Orange, Thus Le.l\vilh ; J. H. Johnson, E. M. L'Engle. Clt.lile.Mr. ofbvmitor Davi*. lately passed by the democratic
WinJ..w Gblc.Fin. line and l>\' cliioi .mention tu huaiiif; *. tI.ewi MIdtMVor I Gorrie of Franklin moved votes of lie Senate if the United NateJfevfieJ -.
I recommitment :
S"lIr! CI;,\-, 1'1105 Ledwith ; Duval.) (II M I Sadler ; N,. Juhns .-Ramon Canota, Dr. R. a
t nn-rit the
bralnred
herctol-iie {
!48uufiettIrcJ Tlxcv.. |'mtruDaje That will
Tooth .nd hair | of the Lost. appoint }
Mai ion Jis I II Johnsnii William report. Cnnntion
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HI 11.1"1. \ r..t..t o.I'jt'Jll's. upon tLc'.r predecmor.Phjiicians! ; umtcr G. Mats. delegate to the and doth
Ilanis St J .hns, i R \ Putnam. II (J J.May Putnam Co. Dr. R. G. Several amendments were then offered.Mr. I 1ehtonJ Con\enton
T'atu B'u4e. \ Fin lI:1vln &ig1r$. Trescrlptions.PartiouUr ; ania ; I May, Proxy. I hereby clothe t>ii< delegates as and ample -
Sur..1. t 1.II'\ml'tI'A I liJnsnChi.t5, I. attrition ; I Horn.indo, C'T Jl'J ins ; Columbia, Fernando Co.-C. T. Jenkins, N. W. ,: Djkc of Leon, offered the following i I Ii power uj x\e tan confer upon them, to do tblt

....it. .1 to lljMitati' and! Fjmi'y, '! CliP fully coinjwunOed flora 1'uic paid Medicines to I're'ciiption at aUltour.-*-rale: I G L' EIIU ; Ksrambn, Win Miller ; ij.mln land. .Hol.l i substitute for the amendments : I i>r d!.e win-re whatever may fretm best l to )

PfKE WIM.? i I\Xl'II-wr XEPICIXAL purposes j: Jay nnd J m;lit. I II Rosa, Win MilK-r : L-ty, J L F CourtIlIliIIaI'osough. ; I Columbia Co.-G. U.! Ellis. I L lletolreJ. That the Dtlot'r3lie'ole of l&jfifor Deiiioiiney of the Union, if it can be done upon ,
-Jl .'O- Marc! :4. 1860. 13 I II V Sncll Wakull.i It KfprvM-ntktite to Congrr lie adopted m the basis I our pritKipIcs ; but at all events to fpare no efforts ,
A Escainbia
I ; Co.-W m. Miller I II i
___ __ ___ I II I proxy. fur iipptirtionin.* the \'ote.of the evenil counties, to isring concert of action with and among
800 OUNCES SULPII QUININE. HOPS. SHAKLRS; llEIiL A\D No\rs ; Tajlcr, J H Sippinton;I ; Gadxden, I Saab Rosa Co.-\ Miller. except whore a birder D..nor.ltit Conjre ,. the Southern States-provided however, that our *

I). II AVIS: M. LIVELY.M.i I IJMIKSH 1 :. ) I P W White ; Laf.uette W McQueen ; I L'TCo.E M. Graham, James L. F. vote]um cast 111 Ifi8 \h.1 aid tote sliull L ilna principles und rights are in nocHsc to be sacrificed.. .
Munroe IJ Browne IjdrV H Vid I II II bade nnd that the 'nmmittre \he in R. B. HILTON,
.\ i : I Is'H I J.I. ; ; i Cotrcl. George Helvenslor, ; lructo to
I I'I
OD LIVER OILRu.btuns c.I"an. T. B. LAMAK,
emend their in nccunj.iiice _
T T
Nassau r.lsort
C Long. Turner. '
: I I Jalrs F. I
SUPERIOR BURNING FLUIDJCA.rFHENE 'I1>c Coiuention adjomncd for halfan hour. I lIilsbfTolgh Co. 'II.) V. Sue:, Jas. Get I'I'I Mr. Call of Nassau, of led the followingamendment JQ.1 n COUltEr BROWNE

Rco]_ I'ctz1a'lst SORT tis, S. B Todd. ; :OYl. (

K J: I 0 1"i E 11: A JLAUO OILS. 12 O'ci.ot Xoo\ I U'o1uia Co.-W. U. Anderson, A. B.Noyes I I r-vt-iltJ. That the vote of old ColumMa be P.G. W.V. 1

..r *n1eM Itv AMES A LI'ELI I Fresh Supply-- The Conventon called to oilIer hJ tin- Jane* L. Barber T. F. Sweinget, i c'1t1.Ih and lied between the tonntirs of New Hirer, ELL .

I I\' M I'e!. o I O1 temporary President and, t'le fi l!!.iuing rrjioit j Robt. W e l. J. P. Carter. COIUIU'li3 SuwauIe. ?\ec'lteJ W H. WARD. .
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The Original Extract Quality 1 PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES I II from tlu Comuiittee to select p-nnanent olli- 4 Taylor Co.-J. II. Saphington.Ga'ihilea I Mr. Wardlaw, of 1lJisOI, moved the pre. J. McCLELLAX -
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core, read and atioptf : ;, Co.-\. J. FMml. C. F L.. Allison \i. us question. Carried. Proxy of Walton county.

Corn Starch, I T7MIFXCU And American Window Cla *, The Cvmniiitt'e n .intr.l lo .omilnll' William Munroe I I. (7. McEliy.Thos- 1 The main question was then put and the On motion, the Convention adjourned to 8
| |" j.frni.irontfiitt
: i Jewttt 4 Sou Pure Lead, .Munroe David Gee; resolution' of :Ir. D ke, as a nun ded, was 'I' .
flTtTI'AREI) .xr.reely (<.r l'c.ldl1j l : :, lee CreamCongress t ti.,wVLitt-Zitic I <> fur the Con\ciitkn rt-j-ort (hit fur Prc-idriit : ; P. W. Wl.ite, R. E. o'clock p. m. I

1 1j k'.4'(!. I5.iiK.iluli MaueCuiirds. Pie*. I'.rl i.t.e Vuinixli: r.i.t anti SuiAbfcORTMUXT B I 0311e8.flhIXE ) (tLev hate iiuitntiil il.<- Durr. Gabiiel Smith Jcssa Wood, H. J. Dai i adopted.Mr. -- .

j i.; ,' "..1 I l.y AliEi & LIVELY. lK.ii. JOHN C. PELOT. of Alaihua. I m-is, W. I*. Spear J. W. G'oodson, D. B. Web, j Gardner. of Leon gave wY to Mr. EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M.-

i 21. !1M1.: I Ol' FrATilEIC DUSTEllS. FOBICL .\->:i>K.M4.Tr. Chas. Etgtuon. Robt Mallow, Jordan Bar- 1 Call of Nassau, who asked leave to file thE I

.L1 .- -_ --_- __ It. G. MnsofM Ji.lin, j l>er, x. Hrwn, Lee I.oltrnshington I II following proceedings of a Democratic meet Convention mGt

Water.VTREH G LUC, best and Coannou.KEiCOENC. Joxij Juor II.I!. P Hcow.veuf.KIJI. .JaiLxin Miinroo,, I Rich, A. M. Mosey! B. O. Smith James I ing at Slarke precinct, New River county, The President presented a communication .

SUPPLY, just received nn-1 for rate I1.utP WALKEE, Sr., Jrtftrsun.FoU Back, J. B. IMtinan.' W. H. Srot J. W. which were read and received.At from the cretary of a Democratic meeting ,

I- AMES .t LIVELY. Lanl. Xat Foot and Train Oil, i SfCCi.\RI. 'I T. B Hudnall, ( Hudnall, I, a meeting of the voters of Stnike Precinct, in Gadsden county, held on time 2J inst., enclosing .

\1'\ H.1S5P. 20White (ouiltII\IIJ raw.) C.1I.. ALLVUX ItL Sec. H. ). Lipf.ml, E S. Sheppard, W. Winde- New Ricer county. Hn, thi* .Iny. Miy 3It. I860 the resolutions adopted by said meet

Lead. Burninz Fluid. CampVre.- .. F. 1!. F1.L.*.*, tteedlee, J. A. Thlrp, J. H. IVidgeon' Rufus I Tlmddeus on motion.F II :1 chmossn LEE sss cllt'.llu the Chair and ing, which was read and received, and on .. '
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&c. h.: \r. EUOEcC, I Good!>on. W. icklaml! Dr. E. C. John- I The Ch'liMllal( in a,few lf'l l>ritf remaik, ex|>l.ined motion of Mr. DuPont of Gndsden it was
F.X IIJA ant N.. I (irowd in Lai Spices, 1L.M. CKMUM, laid the table. .
I"l'KP rure I I son, A. K. Allison, Jos. II. DnPont. ; the 011et of the meetinghich HJS tim end IMe- on
(.hi, just rcct-lifd. aid ,* s.ile bvAMCS / 1IN"N'AMON. C.ove: lIlmgll. Rice, Gin fr (To.vy W. JI. W.\It, I I IOn I .Cu.-J. W. McQueen( F. MeI ntes to the M.ite Convention, iol I.e In Id at (jiiinc}', Mr. Graham of J.C\\ read a ccmmnnica- .
A LIVELY.JIsix J.iin... (:iin \Vlnte 511.1 mold 'fHOS. T. LONG Chairman. Lflyt'lr! ; .
griniiul; ':' ;ir ; 11. for the' purjio of minntin; l'lu"Ji.III. for tion from the Ladies of the Presbyterian
Queen.
.l. I iv'.V' 21IKl 1 Mu.tard S. .l. and L'icl! I I i .
l"'J1ocr. Mr. .McClcHan!
Allt-pioe. Catiline motion ol Jlehon.:1 a :, Cnvt rnor : 'Dii : und Siii'Iing delegates .
Co.-3. Browne '\'. II. Ward. | I. rlan ; Church of Quincy, inviting the delegates to
i C.luy.t.I.. li.Ille l lu'larJ. Nice Olive Oil. Committee of Tlm-o, consisting of Me j jMcCiclhn JIllrO B to the I.iltiinor 4 ('"\.n t i'I.
I'Ir."ara mwl Cuirmt .T..11ba. Irnia.rdi..e.1'kkIej - -- --- !ss I C,,. T. attend their Festival this evening, which wasleceived '
Long, G. \V. Cull, J. | On iiiotiwii.. and ft-voii'lfd, the President appointed -
.. [ EXTRACTS of sTl J.i J.. : Lal1llr (If JdJ-rl'oll, ,and Jenkins of .i-r.n1 I'
\ ,. O-* O.ttr..Rri.ndy IVflch- U j the President
< I'T.-W\,'.I Ix"lW>tl.. urIlOC': l'i...- A1>tft> nuJit :1'L'OI :1.._.:., S.-.. .,.--;(.. .. ._J... e;be LI. Upl... ,.".V. the following.- 'Conmiittcc prrpare business for.i. qnd requested to return :
rim thnL.8 of the the
"1,1 I. ;". -i (S.ij.-Mjriual.ulo. f eii"ec- R
r\ ," .';11I l-nrv4l". I'me Apple! oJ.J x, mid (!iur I I
li IxiiH'n ty iry: Steamer. ,, lit |puo.its.jewZrefl. Discussion in regard to the Resolutions
,: I. l li '1'i rry "'sn.zar. Fieli S.tIIll"U" Lobrtfr.H tAing! his seat, the Pi eiIeit l'k-' lime Coaimittio rvtiri'd, and through John Dnprl' l
i ,.1,1' .,-!;. ll..iil.ut! } i.nJ Shad. AUor1.cJ Pickles.! : Uj on That iiulitidn.i] prnxki IIIIIIe) rlef'iv-i' wlm w..i; ilrutrd Cli.uiu.an, rrjxjrtvd; the follow I then ensued, when upon motiomof Mr. Eppes '
C1.or..tie. C'f't"I. Farina. ailJiesM l the' Contention.On rd, prori.kd I '
I J5'iESI1 qucntlv : : houeii-r: hit"Ilr.n county i h riproMMiUd .
ViUli AU I'oi1r.
:in 5.iir of Franklin 500 the
: I copies of Resolutions
Ll Corn Slanli. fI'rn..1.trti! \' Hoot raeic-s. nnd l" dele iiiite, r.ulitiun
motion of %i Ir. Hottl of Franklin the : by y 30,000 Havana Segars- i 1st. KtvJftJ That we authorize the President of
Tnj i.It':. B.irleSscn. .te. of the the tote of the I were ordered lobe printed.
i county c.nintv. | i
.)11.t LVELY.iy ides of tw! House of Ueprofontalivec wie 1""It"plf thi mectii (.>ftin-j to the fthortnea of*time be- .
\ 1 1. HI: 21 T>UiE Cioitn T.it.ir. Sajx Car. S..II1. adopted for the government ol tlu'Conaeiiiion.On not. by the t l.y the regular td..gntn 1I'tltnt. and I' tie,en n"w nnd Monday \vhifli) time the Contention Mr. Eppes moved an adjournment to !o'
--- --- -- I [proMca. I nit-eta,) t.) appoint C,... \\'. of Nassau clock to morrow morning. Lost. Ayes G2,
5>ltl 1 S"d.i Almn, Saltpetre, Sulpbur motion of Mr. JJ;;'poa of IVankliir J. D. ADKINS Chairman.: I ell co. .
Cod Liver Oil. Iudi:.. C1'1'l'rJ8. :. committee of one 's 7G.Ir. .
county for in rote i in said )
tl.io county casting our Hilton of Leon, moved to adjourn'tohalf
> L"RFNTI AM' I'l'IlEof the celebrated Branj.I ." DISH LEECHES constantly on Land. to I report upon Credential, was appointed; as I On motion of Mr. Cal of Nassau, the re- Contention.2l 8 o'clock tomorrow
past morning. -
I H. :r. iii-iii ClaiV d Co. & Rn"htou>. sWE I follows : I Pf1 t was received adopted and the ac- : lie itftft/ier fiftolffj. That Mid prosy or Ayes88
67.
F"I .a'',. l.t AMES t LIYELY.Jl are lurcby instruHcd in cas4iii< I \
pros'es our vote
Midison A T IlanipdVn ; Franklin John I compacting resolurions: laid on the tahIe.lr. | j
\.n ::: 1 .t'. 21 BOULDER mAE: different V.uds fl>r GO\cl'lor. to c(i I.r an Eastern. Inn lirM, and Tbe Convention then adjourned. -
s 'I' )1 Lamar of Jefferson !
I D AdkiHS ; .Alafbu.t; \h'Don.td: ; Jack introduced the fol- | then for a Middle Florida uian-and for Congress a

'ST KKfElVED snppUoJMrs. ALLEX COil, \\niter J R.in;oAtlt; ,", Jas 1' lowing resolution : j \\-I'rn lan.3d. WEDNESDAY, 8 j -

Hair Restorer and Zilobalsammnr..i TTEI7STIEF.T A COWS INIMITABLE HAIR '' MrClell.in ; Jefferson, DrT I n! Lnm.ir ; "H.in.- /..VWcciThat I committee (sf one from each j In regard to appointing delegates for the A.11

.aU bv AMES & LIVELY. JLJL COLORING. waTsutedto restore grey Lair ''I' illon, \Vm II Mitchell ; Lion, It C Williams ; county be appointed lif. the President t is re'IM.rt| Rivlimoiid! COI\.ltion or Blhimol'' they cant our The Convention was opened with prayer
: Vm ?'I.I"5'! 21 tu its oibiual eoor.l1t the Coiner Diujr; Store.J. Tbos. Ledwith ; l'IIJ. Thos. Led- rc>.liilion cxprcs-.i\e .if the 6t-nc (If I hi* COI\'tn.I vote a a unit with the balance of the State. by Rev. J. K. GInver.
Orange
ILULtEGORY&CO. lion in rdali"l to the wil ,'r.1 wil of our iles I' -1th. RrvJrttl, That the President of this meeting On motion of Mr. Papy of Leon it was
Linseed Oil March: 24. 1660. 13. __ I v%ith ; Dutal, II Sndler ; Nunpter, S St Con: fn,m the National Democratic Cent ention JII'g I' forward a copy of the proceedings of this meeting
English
I Rogers ; St Johns Ramon Canova ; I'utnain, ton, nnd other mutter to (;..or HE ARTICLE boiled and For sale DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID j [ All of hicti! i on Resolutions was reached, the Convention go Inter .
raw. W
It Mais I ; Ih-nuiido. N Unll.ind ( ,.- respectfully
VPI PnOF. ; Which was and the fuhliul1
adopted of the Whole.
followingconirnitte j a
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the Cask or iruilou. Corner Drug Store. lu'iibia (.J U Ella ; Ksc.mJii.iui Miller JOHN I'IJrr.: J. CmliUe (
AMES & LIVELY. I J. R.CREGORYACO. ; alpointt: i! Dr. W 1 \V. C. HAZEL On motion of Mr. Snell of Ilillsborough, a
Wm Miller Lew J L
; Inl. lFSS 21Compound March 21. 2t6O. 13Denslow's. SanlaRnsi, ; I'Cot- II. A. B.
(; ))) ON RSOLtTIONS. \DOS. the Committee on apportionment was permit ;
h till, IIilMi.mu li S.im'iel 15 T"lllV'a-
; ; I Which was received nnnnimously adopted. ted to at time daring the '. i
Jeffer-on T. B. Lamar Madison. D. 11. report any proceedings
Gentian-j Benzine kuhn, W Anderson ; Tn.yl"r. J II :I"l'ing..1 ; E. M. LEE Ih iJcnL
: Mays ; Franklin, E. W. Alachua THADIIEU Fosttn. Secretary.Mr. of the Convention.Mr. .
ton tiadtdon L (J McHvy .Lafayette. JW : Rogers ;
"Mi.tl 3L. r".JL. JE: ce1 I NEW for taking out I'aTnte.Varnli;: ; ; I Dyke of Leon asked permission to read Ii
A LIQT'ID T. A. Bradford' ; Jackson, D. C. Dawkins ,
I McQueenMtiiirop' Win II Ward Dade I IWOJ ; Pope of Madison, moved lo lay said f
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: "" : PI1TFHS are an mfalM.I.nnifdy f..r'oIIIo'tI" Jan< Orc"\ Slams (rom SIksorV: o"lena <'f all j I J. F. McClellan Hamilton W. H. a letter from Senator D. L. Y ull
I I their color fir texture while II Ward ; Nn&sca. T T L'-IPR. j \lon. ; i paper on the taMe. (
; an.I I all o li.orlInriajiit fi a '. I n ..f tl,.. --liu'-Tiiv- "i.f DjK|1"1|" 3. Ui-lil-II leaving no uiiplmsanl! odor. It is u!ed with the Mine On motion of Mr. Gorrip of Franklin, the '! I ; Leon R. B. Hilton ; Orange, Thins.l.eduith Mr. Call of Nassau, called for a vote by ItIS so was .

I i (.">,i.lnut. Low bpints. \\'IIII.f Ai| |>eI ; m'
: .t"I" F- .:k tv AMES L LIVELY c-Ji'r : al*<. for leniovm? {greasy tjiii. out "f Pjipcr j t :1 Sadler ; Marion, E. M L'Engle ; Sumter, AVS-Madison 7, Franklin 5, Jackson Committee of the Whol4 lon. H. V. Snel:1\
: M 1. .. For sale the Comer Drti-f! Store of of Ilernando in the Chair.
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"u. :'I 1. 1--.V1 21GAEBEN at II. Johnson ; St. Johns, Ramon Cnnnva j &.
; ; 11, 10, Hamilton G, Leon 10, \1 a.
-- GREGORY JL CO. THREE O'CLOCK ersOI
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SEEDS? I If March 24.1860. 13 J. I r. M. 1.IIIUO. R. (;. \lajs: ; Ilernando, C. T. Jen-i I lion 8, Sumpter 3, Ilillsborough 7, Wakolla The question came up upon the substitution' .
: Convention called to or.'cr.' of the Re which discussed
Tlie ort
--- was I k15 ; G. U. Ellis ; Escambi.i, Wm. 4, (;ads 9.-Total 80. Minority was t
i: Grrcwti of Mr. Call of Nassau introduced tho fol- Miller Santa l1 by Hilton of Leon, and Pope of Madison for, ,
f : 1839.1 MRS. ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, ; Rosa, Wm. Miller; Levy, J. L. j NAYS-Alachua 8, Walton 3, Orange 2,
TR I and l well selected AI. 5' louinp resolution : i F. Ilillsborough Jas. Gettis '%'a- I and Call of Nassau and Mays of Madison, !
t- are now r.i'.I\1II1 a large; I ZYLOBALSAMUM, ColJl; ; Clay 2, Duval 0, St. Johns 5, Putnam 4,
\ \ A> .o-lnn-iil uf S.'t'd., an RrmlcrJ That the delejjitcs If tbe late Cliarles- J. H. against.On .
t comprising WOODs HAIR RESTORATIVE) Noses ; Taylor, Sappington Columbia G, Esrambia' 7, Santa Rosa 8, .
'xt",1nrif't" of the beet and m. ->t reliable j jr I ton Contention |I.e invited to piirtiripnte in nil the Gadsden P. W. White i motion of Mr. Call, tbe Committee took .
Lafayette J. I
II IMSTRF.ET CO.'S INIMITABLE .1iI of thi Convention.fIIl.1 ; ; Taylor 2, Levy 3, Lafayette 2, Monroe G,
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'rntioii* more pnrlicil- for hour.
Vegetable and Agricultural Seeds- I W. McQueen Munroe W. II. Ward Dade a recess one "
HAIR COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE bulf( in the (lj.eusson; of uiiy question of federal l ; ; I Dade 1, Nassau G.-Totnl 73. ,1
'In ti.. reliction, <>t our stock the "' :II.;t care baa I 13-' RnY'S TRICOPHEROUS, I puliiio I J. B Browne ; Nassau, G. W. Call. J Ilernando Blank. ;
'" 11' **-\' ; ami. a' A firtU-r |>rtfiiitiim. the vii j
', 'v nf the Svflu is 't'I1flIIt..1! lot-fur. IHIIItl ti A\ti\ a good l nssoitment of the best liml of I \Vbich wns ndol ted. | On motion of Mr. Moseley of ldison. : i So the motion was carried. 2 O'CLOCK P. sr. .

i" ,I f.. sale ; p., tl at i-iirch-ic'is bay depend (ii I The Committee on Credential asked for I delegate from each Judicial was appointed i The motion of Mr. Gardner of Leon, was The discussion was renewed by Papy of .

-1 ... 'liot-c tint arc fret,). ati'l of tin ttv.t n-liable I'cmcIe Cob Oils, further ti-ito, which request was wantpcf.1 by the Chair, to apportion the vote then taken up. Ion for, and Tucker of Levy, Paribif of

; N-">'...r.-r. IJ-MI. 47rPH"SK AMES i LIVELY. I ('r the Itir.-- ----- -- II r. Long of Nassau,iatrodul'I"cI: the f showing of each county. : '. Smith Madison: offered the follow and Long of Nassau, against
--- ---- : iluion: <. \\bicli lend And Jail The Chair appointed on this committee ing substitute : *
n"S rps< were on I I Then, at 6 o'clock the Committee rose, reported "
It ShinesAlike for All !! I Fcrg"U.se- KKKIXF.I; I the.table ff-r f ture cltn-tft rtlicm : I, from the Middle, J. L Moseley horn the That no delegate be allowed to peak more than progress and the adoption of Ibe following !.
West W. D. Barnes from the SU\\ j
; ]:n.Jri J. ThAt we approve of !)1.' action of the i t. annee, ole or longer than twenty minutes on the same resolution introduced by Mr. Call of I
"VI .\NO.\N CI1ALI.1-NGE DLAlKIM is the I.. G. from the Southern C. T. Jenkins -unless and
FLORIDA AUROV7. ROOT dtflcgntcs lo illCli.irli ton Convention.Kmnlrerl Pjles. question upon some question rtft-rrcd Nassau substitute for the resolution
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.1 < i,'\ "t.i ii.itd! attici.f! ll-o. kid in u-e. That delcffntes lie rcjuestod to meet I from the East t. T. Ledwith. reported| by the Committee on Resolutions, or by a a 2 r

1! I'1'..- the Ui.'t! on trbHi It i ill ue4. maV.cI'll I At the com'r Drug tor(. the dele.iles from the, States at Richmond and act I I' On motion of Mr. Graham (,f Levy, the leave of the Convention. of the majority report : 1
". ifft ..titl piab'c.! HIM! Ibu) prent its I J. p. OREOORY CO._ 'in concert with tlim.Krtolied. Several amendments were offered.Mr. ror 11 fU" "tr, That this Convention approves !
Convention until!
: > h'> ,_ : i. \I'an.llt'oj tit ntain Its' vntucs' in nil cliU I --- --- ---- ------ That in the opinion of Otis Conventionit adjourned to morrow, 9 I Anderson of Jackson, moved to lay the cull for a Cnv.ntion to assemble at. \
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I t iho .tmoool'llc'] (lrr c* moit. warm or Choice Cigars and Tobacco. l, digr.iceful and hniuiliiiling .A i the South to o cock, a. m. the substitute and Richmond in June wi delegates
amendments
.HIIMS.' f.Ha quarter of a ceutury enjoyed I make further t"nnt"ii"i"nc,4'\'n though it should: I' .on the table. thereto with full power to represent the Democracy I II
1;"' .1 l "(mii'm (f mankind. lead to disruption! of the Union. Lost-Ayes 28-naj s 118. of Florida in the maintenance of the rights

I' i- u n ..' in? mirror.nnd adorns the palace f the I PURE WIXES \XDLIQUORS, On motion of Mr. Call of Xatu. tlu.> Delegates TCESDVY, JUNE 5, 18RO, l I' Mr. Call moved to adjourn to 8 p. m.- I tile honor and the true welfare of the State of 1
.' "', "!'t'tT" 4i w solitary! Lut of the lonely back j 9 o'clock, a. m. S Lost-aves 40-nsJ8 lot; Florida.ami to act in concert with the delegate I.
who attended the Charleston
\ ""III ..1' For Medicinal[ Purpose present The Convention from the Stales which secrdeJ from the late National :
I'1'., influences Contention requested to nddress the I met. I Mr. Dyke of Leon, moved to amend the Democratic Convention Charleston and I
., ii SMII' it dtlTii _. 3'' I i'I:"- I (...:Jithin* of nice, and pbajlenjes their COOKIXG WL\LS, VISEGAR, JfC. Convention, and give an accouit of their I On motion of Mr. Wardlaw of Madison, substitute by striking out .twenty" and insetting if in their judgment re-union of the Democratic I
,. 1.', 'II' in I a ltnirati n.r st''wardhir the reading of the minu'( yesterday was I I thirty," and called fur the prevous: Party of time Uiiion ran he effected honorably- } I

. i uli, "t."lel'ae! and retail I'VJl" Scotch Ale & London Porter, dispensed with. question, which was carried. the Dfmocraey Ole South, and in particular of

: !'". -i '.;o.' 11 AMES I A LIVELY. I Messrs Dj-ke, Milton, and Eppef, respon I: The resolutions of Mr. Long of Xsst I The Chair having. decided that the sustaining this SUte, upon the principle! enunciated ia the
SIPPLT
ALSO A H.lH led. I I platform reported by the majority of State at
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DItSOLl-TIOX? OF Tho Committeo on: Credentials made the intro:(need yesterday, at his request. were referred I of the call for the previous question Charleston but rejected by the Contention, then I,
Congress Water. to the Committee on Resolutions. |I cut off* all amendments Mr. Dyke the delegate representing this State are authorized 4
following : pnding.
. I report
Co-p ar"tn.ersh.ip.'rlt For sale .t the Corner inl Store of We, the Committee on Credential, 1 Ee ; I Messrs. Wardlaw and Owens, delegates to i appealed from the dtcsion. to take inch tUps n may be n eeMry to harmonize ,
| : 'v partnership Cairell i Maxwell is Ibis J. It.-ORr.OORY A co. the ', : Charllston. addressed the Convention. I) The main question being put, was carried. the Democracy in time wipport of our constitutional -
leavetorepnrtth.it Wowing delegates
confidence in the intelligence -
: :* >lirtl b\ mutual f''II4f'nt. and nl1! P't Marcls24.lS6O. 18 The Committee on Resolutions i The Chair sustained.So rights baring fall
*": ...'!,.\",."lu 5.ikl firm arc 11t"ch.d.to call un "' rl' I progress, and were excu"ed from further attendance Mr. Gardner's resolution was adopted.The authorized to act for the Democratic.
are
\ 'I j TI' ....Uiits liy note or ..tbCfto D. H. Geo. Walton Knight I follows:- j' particulars
,t \>AH t I.!: "Ito i can be found at tbe old frtuml, Madison Co.-D. II. Mays, B. F. Warsaw, I on the morning session. i i Committee on Resolutions reported a party of this & .

t *. v':". ..kin, is antlmnzed to close up the harness ATTORNEY & COUXSELLOIl AT LAW, J. C. Smith, W. A. \' .,", J. L. Mish-v, A. I Mr. Wardlaw of tlllsn. announced that follows : On motion, tbe 2d resolution of toe major. :

M";. I.''K-.III W. C. CAItRKLL.: I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA I 1' Hampden, W. M. Peacock, B. C. Pope, Mr. Moseley, of the Committee of I The Committee appointed to report resolutions I ity report wax stricken oat. .

V is.ii D. c. MAXWELL. at Mewrg. Ames & llYel;'. Drug StoreMay D. ,I. Walker. I Apportionment, had been suddenly called I expressive of Ihe sense of this Convention in relation Mr. Cottrell of Levy moved the adoption

I TA\' g3Orrtcr 19lyPORSALE. Franklin Co.-R J. T. home, hating received intelligence of a sad I to the withdrawn! of our dllf'gAt frvm the I of tho majority report as amended. Carried. .
: I IVcj oll my iateiect in the partneri-bip: of 5. isco_ I Floyd Ji Eppes J domestic I' late National Democratic \ \ at Charleston
*. CAUUKLL: A MAXWELL: t.. my formeri I, N. Baker, C. F. Stevens E. W. Rrreis. R. ; calamity. I and other matters," instruct the to report Mr Call of Nassau, moved to amend abe

'.:'ii'r;' |II. u M.j\.eji. when| wjl| continue in the : Munn, J. P. Penn, J. D. .Adkins D.p. Hoi-' I Oil motion o(Mr. Smith of Madison, the j I the following resolutions Dfd..rigne I 3d resolution by inserting alternate'
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_ I.t' '-:''iw-.. 1101.f1t fur him continuance flf firm ilut I. A hOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WIT : land S tmt Benezet,J. M. Gonie. Con\"entiol adjourned to 3 o'clock, p. m. I i Be it Ktudttd 6!the Dmocrftie Party of the Mr. Pope of Madison offered the following
:, : bliera'.lv U-!toMiup.ni| tbe late Florida in Gfntral Coaraatiu I
.\ .; J which arc very I J.C.Pelot i Sat vf --6 amendment: I
1.1.I M:',1| the coiutuui' :ity f'nerjllv.ZJ' : \ the out-buiUiinas. A'a hua Co.-T. A. McDonald, the action of our delrmte in t .-

.. '"I''s"f-. 19 W. C. CAHKELL.For I II ple-isantly situnte-l on within the piinoiplerondand few moments a; I T. Ingraham L. (. Pvl'-s, '. Ifadford, I 3 O'CLOCJ p. x. I from the councl of the bite National Democratic That the alternate lei sent as ddeies.."
the a I .
near Depot carried .
: I walk of the C:. itol. It bat thereon I J. C. I'elot jr. I The Convention met. I (' ( .meet thE nearly arprvl' Which was : .
; Sale, I an excellent WELL| of good water Jackson Co.-Gen.1. Milton, Va1te4.J.Rob-; Mr. Gardner of Leon moved t&t lie delegates i and endorsement of I hi* bo.Iy.Reaolsedfurth.r. Mr. Pap dt L 6Yi moved to.strike oat that -

, 1 1'iit I '. hoNE, AND ITO MONROE Fiuit Trees tc, which make it very cotivenlentanteairtibe i'lSOfl, W. D. Barnes, J. P. Coke, W.p. Anderio who may address the Contnlion hereafter ]I of the Tint this Convention.approve part relating
Convention tu bl at Richmond
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'' LI n ucci;>.icd br P. B UroVaw j't I to one that m.y wish for pleasant OW \.altoa'j, :>, Dr. Bark.A. J. Sens, C. N.Warls on any subject, b restricted to twenty J 'al'or.1118 of Jane and Appoint> Dele, '

n n. MSN1i$. I tion. CALL ASD SKI IT.' JOHN II field, S. Sullivan, J. E. Hearn, S.-'. Ijrick, : minutes. I g atc* to said Convention. with lul wi power to remr,. The 3il restful yi tVi hAd follows r.1 :
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j I The Vote on the Senate Rceolutlon STATE Lieutenan .olonefif th4
RUul.'t That the from this) State the Convention to the Eighth Regiment of :
\ delegate appointmentof I OFFLORIDA.I e whole num.
procet'. We below the Democratic Senatorial resolution -
1 '0 the late Charleston Convention, .wit: M.p'rt Presidential : & publish l"> of votes cast was three hucdri Snil l seventy

t .John Iflteii, Thos. J. Eppe.Charles E Dyk B I On motion of Dr. Mavsof Madisonitws. DltnaI with the corrected vote on each resolutionas I & two, (3i2); that of these .tl 1): Iaw.l] r.

I F. Wardhtw. James B. O"enl nnd WI. 4lnrihian, ,_ .' .- .- finally aJolteJ They are as hollows: reived the number of three hum" d thirty
together with their alternate viz: .}Ielrt .W. E. JteiolrtJ, That each section suggests its own Elee- 1. in the of the Federal seven, ((5137)) ; and scattering thirty ,. ( )

I AnderonJo. John Williams. O. H. Ga.l&en. Geo.Helvcnston. ten, nnd appoint one Elector, one Alternate, and TALLAHASSEE. : )r-o.td, States, adopting adoption the acted '-TE, the iimlersigned. F. T.. VIl.LEPIOUE' ThlL tie, whole, number of vote I ( (33).,f"e
Assistant. &mI It SecteUrj State.T.> W. HR EY.\1m. Cum of Major of the .>f
:; t C. C. Yonpe and J\WI: apjwinted one -- severally as free and independent sovereignties, Eighth Regiwent I"rid. ; >

as delegate (rum thi* Stale, iu accordance On motion, the rules were waived, and theE X.VTtUDAY, JUNK 10, IS GO. delegating a i>ortion of their to be exercised tidier of Public; Accounts. mmd: C. II. AUSTIN"; was three hundred and forty-seven 317)); tlut ,.t'
\tilh the foregoing powers Treasurer i-f the State of .Florida having met this the votes Haley} T. Blocker cccvi' I'Iht nutnl
rC/nluti"n. the the FeJeial for the *>-
and South allowed Government seby -
:t to present names by ioer.ae. at the office of the of in of three hundred and :u
I < DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. day Secretary St.t. pursuance twenty nine i ); smut' *
On motion of Mr.f Pope the re- of uch doicslic ct
against
majority of Assistant Electors. curity dnng.-rs. a wtl a
two of law. to IIVSt the returns I.f on election tering eighteen, ((18)). :
t pott as amended was adopted ns Whole.. The East reported the names : for Elector, GOVERNOR : foreign ; and thlt any internucildimig Ly any one "r held iu this Ktatu on Monday, the 7th d.IY of May That the whole number vote .. fir the officeof
States of their citizens,
'Jlie to 8 o'clock FOr more or n e.mbmlon ultimo for Militia: tfiicws. di hereby the following Colonel of the Nii.th loruhi
Conn'ntiol adjourned G.; W. Call of Nassau, for Alternate, James : with the Domestic Institutions of the others on any certify Regiment C Militia
r. M. JCN :LTCN to be a true and correct canvass of the returns was one hundred and nineteen, ((1' of which lie-
for Assistants E. M. moral with }
Gettis of llillsborough, : pretext Trliatcver.'political or religious, I
(J.JACKSON 'O\ made by the several Judges of Probate and on file cater Richardson r.eei.e the nuns J r of on. IIQQ.dred .
Graham of Levy, and John L. Tat u in oDlun.re. the view to their disturbance i or subversion, 1 in in the o'fflce: of the Secretary of State vix : and niDtto.n. ((110))
EIGHT: O'Ctock P. M. violation of the to the Statesso
FOr CONGRESS : Conttuton. insulting That the whole number their domestic
Convention met. The Middle reported the names : for Elector IO. :LTCN and interfered with endangers' for which the Constitution peace of Major General of the Fiist Division of Florida Li.utenrt Colonel of the Niil < Regiment ..f

The following report from the Committee J. Patt-n Anderson of lson, for Al- R. OF LEON tran'luiltY-Ijects' tendsto Militia was two thousand four hundred! and eleven, Florida Militia was eighty-four, ((81)) that of ttii> ..
Jef< was forrwed-anl. by necessary consequence ((2.411)) ; that of these votes O. W. Paikhill receivedthe I I votes Thomas W. Anderson receive 1 time nnmb r .(
on Apportionment was read and rece.ved : tenntC W. II. Mitchell of Hamilton: for left- Tahluiliasee weartl and destroy the Union itself. number of fourteen hundred and fix, ((1,406)); W. I forty.nine. ((49)); P. M. Oliver twl ((1:1!) ; and
Mr.
ti Your Committee on Apportionment beg leave to Assistant, Hichard Bradford of Madison. t3Tur eolrague. Dno& YEAS-Messrs. Benjamin, higher, Bragg, Drigh. E. KiloreSp: received the number of one thousand ILimlin twenty three. ((23)) I

2 rtr.that under the resolution) to recommit, tle All of which was unanimously ratified by on Tuesday morning for Richmond, which city he I Town Chesiiut, Clay, Cli ngm n. Critteuden ,i. and one, ((1,001)): and four.(4)( ) scattering. That the whole number)f.rofesi cutter the office

U Convention I yvstfTday, they have .. j the Convention. expected t reach on yesterday morning. He wa Fitipatrick, Green Gym Hammond, Hemphill That the whole number of vote!cast for the officeof ofMjurof the Ninth Regiment of Florida! Militia

the following at I LaJ* t f representation iu this accompanied by Col. J. Jous WILLUI Mr. DYKE Hunter Iverson, Johnson of Arkansas, Johnson of Major General of the Second Division of Floridalit w". one hundred and nine (lt>9' ;'that of these
p: Condition proceeded to appoint Electors : Tennessee Latham, M llory, Mason, Thomas Swearinger receivnthe\
Convention : I rile return his thanks to Mr. C. L. Kennedy L'ot ) :was eighteen hundred and thirty-four ((1,834)); I votes number of
Each coui.ty shall lie entitled to cr.e vote; ud the West, at its request requested H* to E Nicholson: Pearce, Polk, Powell. Pugh, Rict.Vvhntmi. of them votes Samuel R. Pylts received the seventy eight, ((78)): and Peter M. 'liver the num.

: one additional vote for evry fifty votes cat-: for the Mr. nominated John Gorrio of ALLISON, and other citizens: of Quincy. for the many : Slidell, Thomas, Toombs, Wigfull, and Yulee number of nine hundred and five, ((905)) ; S. St. Get LIT one. (SIX)

Democratic candidate for rV-iiprert in the Conpreional *- Franklin.Mr. Epps acts of kin.ne6 and attention shown to him whilehe -36. Roger received the number of seven hundred and That the whole number of voles. ;
,. election held In the veer 1858. except when McCl--ll.in nominated A. E. Maxwell WAS in attendance at the State conventidh in N. .>- Mes-rSiBingham Chandler Clark Col fifteen, ((715)); J. M. Commander re.ei\el I the number Colonel of the Tenth Regiment} Florida! Militia

a larger Democratic Congressional: vote wa cast in that hairier, Dixon H.olill. f.e : nctn. "Foot Foster, of two hundred*and three, (-03: ); and derm((11)) was two hundred and thirty tlir. e. ((2S3)); thai of
.,J the year 1858, in which case the said tote of the of Escambia. cty. Grimes, Hale, Harlan King, ilmonl. scattering. these votes John "0. Eppe: rtceivt < the nunil.tr of

,. yearlSSSisto covcrn ; sn.I that every fractional The following vote was taken : Appointments- -b .the Governor Sumner, Ten yck, Wade, and Wilson-19. That the whole number of votes cast for the office two hundred and thirty three (-SJ';
vote less than fifty and more than twenty-five Jefferson 10 ) the First Florida That the whole numlierof votes : st fur tlieuffi.-e
.hal FOR GOKUIK:-Franklin 5, The following have been 2. Jifolrcd, That negro flavery it exists in of Brigadier General for Brigade ot
? count an additional vote and that upon l>a- gentlemen nlp.intel a Militia seven hundred and fifty-three. (753)) of Lieutenant Colult.f! the Ten'' I Regiment wa*
John Putnam was ( ;
Lecn 10. Clay 3, St. ? 5, Levy fifteen States of Union, an importantportion
the Staff T. W. I 1.i. composes .
pie the counties represented in lIds Convention are upon GOyerlUr'1 : lv.RD, of their institutions, inherited from I d.at.f these votes W. E.Anderson received the number (np hundred In jetln, ((1C' ; that of the"
entitled to vote as follows I :3, ) 7, Gadsden t 9, Nassau 6.- and with the rank of domestic votes Thomas If. Triplett receivMhe, number
: lii's1)orough Adjutant Inspector G.neral. the ancestors and existir.g at the adoiition of the of seven hundred and thirty one ((731)); and of
Escamlii. . New River. 4 Total Master! two votes scattering werecast. one hundrcd, ind sixty-six (Itt) and
.. i .. Brigadier General ; HUGH ARUIER, Quarter Constitution, by which it is recognized as constituting twenty ((22)) Scattering {
,* Santa Rosa..... 8 j Suwannee .. 4 FOB MAXWELL-Jackson 1, Walton 5, General R. C. WILLIAMS, Pay Master General, with an important element in the apportionment I, Th.it the whole number of vote east fur the office one. ((1)))

r Walton . .. .. & | t t Johns. . .. 5 Hamilton 0, Orange 2, Duval >, Marion 8, I ; of among the States ; and that no change of of Brigadier General ot the Second 11 iiade of Florida That whole number of votes .t f.-r the oeffiaof
Holmes .. . 2 .. 2 ; the rank of Colonel. power fourteen hundred and Major of the Tenth Regiment tf n.rid. Jlilif'a.
Orange Sumpter 3, Columbia n;, Wakulla 4, Munroe I opinion or feeling on the part of the non-slavchol- lhliI ninety. ((1490));
Washington .... 5 Yulusia 2 that Daniel B. Bird was one hundred and nin ty-tw > ((192)); lilt of
.C I ... .. ding States of the Union, in relation to this institution ttes rteti.ecthe number -
Total
Calhoun .. .. 3 Putnam... ... .. 4 C, Dade 1. OS. Democratic Convention. can justif them or their citizen in and of one thousand and eighty seven, ((1,037)) ; J. J. tlt'SO votes Thomas P. Cooksy rec .\?d time numl er
Franklin*. ... I I Bre\ar.1 .. ... 1 John Gorrie was declared elected.On We publish the proceedings of the Democratic j j thereon with a view to open iu over Underwood received three hundred and ninety seven ., ole hundred and eighty onv, ((1 '.); and J,)hn .\.

i Jackson .. .. .... .1 j I Alachua. ..... 8tiadsden motion of Mr. Holland of Franklin, State Convention except the tiallotings-thue copy systematic, a\aea such attacks arc in manifest: ((397); ); and! six ((6)) scattering votes were cast Cooksey the number of eleven, ((111 1 I
.
: .. .. i Sumplcr. ... .. .. 3 Dillon Jordan of Escambia was appointed of \Ilich has not reached us at this writing. Next violation, an.Itat the mutual and solemn pledge to pro Tbut the whole number of votes cast the office That tle whole cumlx-mf oles st for the rffi., ..
. 3 I Marion .. .. 8 of of the Third of ( of the Eli tnth Reginuv. of Fluri.li} M h.
liberty .. alternate. week we to be able to la ballotings before tect and each other, given by the States respectively Brigadier G.nerl Brigade was seven
Leon... .. .. .. .10 I L\y... .... ... 3 hope )\.e dfelle on entering into the Constitutional compact hundred and forty one, ((741)) ; that of these votes was two hundred and twt-.i y-svven. \12271 1.
Wakulla.. .... 4 (.. ...0" 3 On motion of Mr. Eppesof Franklin, Isaac our readers. which formed the Union, and are manifest Arthur J. T. Wright received the number five hundred that of these votes C. C Cuftt r> -rived th. nuiu

.*. .. .10 'I Itillsborough .... 7 Welch of Walton was appointed assistant.On The length of these proceeding, and the reul broach of faith and a violattoii of the most 1 solemn. and nine, ((50V); Jesse Debruhl received the her of nine-"i ht. ((93)); It:iryant ret rir.l

Madison. I Manatee ..... .. 2 motion of Mr. Todd of llillsborough, of the votes cast for Militia Officers, prevents us obligations. number of two hundred and thirty, ((2:0)); and two the 5Lafayette Monroe. .. ... forty-seven, ((47)); and four ((4)) "(!
4. Taylor I the ofThos. Munroe of Gadsden was from usual of other YEAS Mc' Benjamin, Bigler Bragg, ((2)) v.tl scattering were C1St rng.
srs.
lame publishing our variety Atides Brigh.Drow'n. That the hole numL. r of .> the (
e office
2 Dude .. ... .. That the whole number votes east for the office \ut.
_
I I added to the list delegates to the Richmond -. v .Ch.snul, Clay, Clingmin, CI'ittenJ.n, Da\i of Lieutenant C.loll.I"t the Eleve .th RvgiuH-ct
ufFloiidn
Hamilton 6Nassau Duval .. .... .. ... 6 S. Hank In of Brigadier General of the Fourth Brigade was six
lion. George Green ( win, Hammond,
,. .6 Clay. . ..... 3Jefferson Convention.On Fitzpatrick, Hemphi. hundred and sixty-two, ((6C2)); that of these votes Militia was <>11 hundred I od twenty four,
the State in various for Iverson Johnson of Arkansas 'Ia'
After Hunter ,
Columbia. ... ... 4 I motion, the following gentlemen were serving capacities Thomas Ledwith received the number of three hundred ((124)); tiuatoftlmc.e yte'u Lr.rius }.. :'hurch ri.i.")
.
W. D. .\:\:. Chairman. appointed a Corrmittee to inform the candidates many )'eal, our honored Representative has determined TennesseeKennedy.Nicholson, Pearce, Polk.Lane.Latham.M.-illory I'ugh Rice,,Mason SebasiLin. ,- and sixty three, ((363)); Benj. R DuPont re- the number of one hundred ant uue, ( ), ,' '
to the of lif,'. He announced rowel. mired the number of two hundred and scattering twenty-thru ((2S1Thitt )
The Committee on Apportionment beg leave re* f< r Governor; and Congressman of theirnomination l.tk repore private Slidcll, Thomson, Toombs, Wigfall and Yule cihy-eix
pcct fully to submit the following resolution: and recommend and their to his friends two )yours ago that at the -30. ((285)); am'' thirteen: Irat.ringotes were a the w hole.number of votes c-i-for. the offl'ofMtjurof *1
:
acceptance
request the Eleventh! f Florida! Militia
its to. it Th.it the whole number of rotes cast tsr the office Ictimcnl.
adoption :
end of the term for which he wai then candidate
That rcaftr, in all Democratic State Messrs. Holland of Franklin, Cal of Nassau a NAYSMessrs. Bingham Chandler. Clark. Col of Brigadier. ] General of the Fifth Brigade of Florida w-s one hundred and 00. [11 I] ; that of these
Rtowl. of Wakulla Browne Munroe he would surrender truft with which the people Dixon Doolittle, Fessenden, Foot Foster, Totes W. L. Perry received the minber, of seventy
the ratio of ,
to L lirld. apportionment Noycs .aw.r. Militia was eighty-nine ((89)); that of these votes ai
of tot to the I\.rl (olnlie. Ihll be based upon and DykeofLeoti. had clothed him, but notwithstanding this, i was ,lisle,Itanuhin,Harlan King, Sinuous,Sunu- Joseph M. Tayl r received the number of eighty- [70] ; D. F. Livingstt.ii furt.four.IU| ]; 'Ii.II. Dial

the Democratic. vote polled f. memLr to Con- On motion of Mr. Cocky of Leon, it was.1lieto'reJ the desire of many that his name should be presented ncr, Ten Ec: Trumbull, Wade, and Wilson-20. seven, ((87)); and two scattering votes were c.ist twelve That,the[12]whole; and number scattering of vote fifltet l..[(1\\]the Ita'
gres iu the election held last, meeting of 3. RcxolveJ, That the Union of these States rest That the whoie number of votes for the office i-a t office
thanks of this, Convention be to the late Quincy Convention, and we eat of of the Twelfth Regime,It of Florida Mi i
presume
aiJ Cocvention. Th4tlle on the equality of and privileges among its of Colonel of the First Regiment of Florida Militiawas Colont
W..D. BARNES, Ckairma. tendered t clizns of Quincy for their kind it ,'oule have been urged but for the authoritative m'ml.er.and that rilhs especially the duty of the one hundred and thlrtY-lix((136)); that of these &one hundred and luxte-,, [116]; that of
J. Stewart
the these ud the
Mr. Ellis of Columbia moved that Columbia reception andhospitalities extending to member announcement that it was cot to be thus u eJ In Senate, which represents the States in their sovereign Vte G. II. O'Neal number of one hun votes Henry rec number 1
of the Convention its session. of [89] received
County be 8 votes. 71 duiing his retirement Judge Hawkins carries with him the capacity, to resist all attempts to Jiscriminateeitl.er dred and thirty-two, ((132)); and four scattering votes eighty-nine ; Henry B I'I. twen 1stIII
apportioned Ayes At the of the Committee of Arrangements in relation person or in the Territories were cast. ty-seven [:71
78. request respect and esteem of his constituents, and their t Irop.rty. That the number votes -sst for the offic*
-nays of the of Gadsden -which are the of the That the whole number of votes cast for the office
t: Mr. Barnes of Jackson that Columbia: Democracy county, best wUhes that his health may be preserved and United States -so as to give advantage to the citizens of Lieutenant Colonel of the First Regiment of Florida of Lieutenant Colonel of the Tw Ifth Regiment cf

county be apportioned move" Unanimously it the was Convention authorized published to ln"c the in prodeedings pamphlet form.of his life\prolonged! feeling assured that i if Ins coun. of one State which arc not equally}' assured to Militia was one hundred and thirty-three, ((133)); that Florida of Militia these was votes one Philip hundred II L !eightn we received f fij the], -

I try should again need his services, lie will respondwith those of every other Slate. that of these votes T. Moren received the number alat
number of fifty four, [54)] II. B. Blount th.
'urie. On motion of Mr. Noyes of Wakulla, it YEAS-Messrs. Benjamin Bigler, Bragg, of foity.nine, ((49)) ; that A. W. Horton received the ; number
that ardor hich
has marked
report of the Comn itlce on Apportionment patriotic ever Brigh. of forty-five, [45J; and W. A. bLand the corn
was.Jietolred. his life. Brown Chesnut, Clay. CIDgmvn.CriUud.n. number of ,- ((45)); that Joseph Commyns received ber of nineteen, [19J.]! '
then
was adopted. That the thanks of the Convention be- paSt Fitzpatrick, Green Ilmphil. the number of seventeen, ((17)); and eleven That for the office of Major of I be Twelfth Rep
-*-
S On motion of Mr. Hilton of Leon it was Hunter, Ivrrson, Johnson of Arkansas, J II, on ((11)) scattering votes were cast
tendered I the Committee of Arrangements nnJ < ment <>f Florida Militia the whole number of votes
r. Re.ottl That two-third of the vote of the Con* through them. to the Democracy of aJ-lrn conntv Hoardof I tlucato Tennessee, Kennedy. Lne. Ltham.Mal.ry.Mason, That the whole numbr of votes cast for the office cast was ninety, [90] ; that of tluse vctei SolumonE.

\fnlun L necessary for a II"n.ilati.n for their nnd long to be remembered 115li.lilta Judge T. W Krevard having resigned his position i- Nic\1wn. r.arc. rowel. mc. Sebas of Major of the Regiment of Florida Militia was Zippercr received the number of foity-itven,

On motion of Mr. Allison of Gadsdon theConvention many as one of the Hoard of Education fur the Semi- tiln. Slidell Thomson, Tomls, Wigfull, and Yulce one hundred and twenty-ne. ((121)); that of these [47] ; John Fririk the numler'of 'hirty-nine. ((391andW.
votes J. 6. Hornakcr received the number of -
36.
\Vestol"the Suwinnee, hit Excellency Go,. forty
nary H. four .
4
Mobley [
proceeded to tho nomination of On moiton of Mr. Anderson of Wakulla, Pen hiss uipoiuited :Ir. C. E. Dyke, of the Floridian XAYSMes.rs. Bingham, ChnJler. Clark Cul-- three, ((43): ); C. II. Moreno received the number of That the whole number uf] votes cast for time office '11'h

Governor. the thank of this Convention are due, and to fill the ncane}'.-Sentinel 12th. (, FCseuJel. Foster, thirty-seves ((37)); J. S. Gonzalez received the number of Colonel of the Thirteenth Regiment of Florida :

I Mr. Bird nominated John FitIavson of Jef-- are hereby tendered to the President, Vice -- Hale, Hamlin Harlan. Simmons SumncrTen Eyck, of twenty six((28)); and fifteen ((15)) scattering Militia was three hundred and five [305J]; that ,( h I

:{erson. Pn'iJentslnd Secretaries, for the prompt Caslimcrfe Goats In Florida. Trumbull, Wade, nnd Wilson-18. votes were cast these votes II. J. Neal received the number of two 'afat

Mr. Coterel nominated Philip Dell ofAlachna. performance of their arduous duties. CuI R. J FLOVD ApalachicoU has presented us 4.- Iieolred, That neither Congress nor us territorial of That Colonel the of the Second number Regiment of votes of cast Florida for. the Militiawas office hundred and ninety-two, [292] ; and J. IL Lee, the d I
fleece from a CASHMERE GOAT raised on t. whether direct number thirteen, [13].
On motion of Mr. Snell of it : legislature by legislation or leg- -Sr
hundred
IlilUhorough and
t one thirty-eight, ((138)) that of
Vincent UUnJ, on the coast of Florida.e hare islalion of an indirect and unfriendly character, ; That the whole number of votes cast for the office
1 1i
t F Mr. Miller nominated George Whilfield of was. never seen anything of the kind to approach it in the power to annul or impair the constitutional these votes W. Miller[ received the number of eighty- of Lieutenant Colonel of the Thirteenth Regiment 4 i I

Jeflerson. Resolrrd That the Quincy Jtpubi and all other softness, fineness and beauty of iu fibre. Some of p5S"S ofny citizen of the United State to tike hi six, ((86)) ; that W. Judge received the number of of Florida Militia was two hundred and fifn four '

; Mr. Canova nominated E. Bla< bur of Democratic papers of the h't. requested to publish the Etrans measure sixteen inches in length and are lave property into the common territories, nnd. flfti.mse(5l( ); and one ((1)) scattering vote was cast. [254] ; that of these rotes G. M.! Whetstone received 1'at ;
That the whole number of for the
J rson. the proceeding of this Convention.'ilietu a fine o the fnet silk. It has more the appearance tl .-re hold all enjoy the same while the territorial votes cast office the number of two hundred and nlty fonr. [254]. dl'apt
of Lieutenant Colonel of the Second Regiment of
et uf fine clear : Island cotton than any wool we. condition rel3in That the whole number of vut.s cast for(lie utile

.) [Ballots in our next issu(] at sine 11 o'clock die. a m., thc Convention have ever. The sample can l be s'"'atthe Sea-,, YEAS-Messrs.!Benjamin, Biijler, Brag, Drigh that Florida of M.ltia! was C.one B.hundred CusLroan and received thirty six.the((136)number ); of Major of the Thirteenth Regin.enrof Flvrida Militia
adjourned find Col three hundred and
oflicc. informs
Floyd u that he has quite was twenty-four, [324] .
On the 23d ballot John Milton of Jacksonreceived Brown Chesnut Clay, Crittcnden, :5111St
JOHN C. PELOT, Presd'LC. a number' of these Goats ant thinks they will do Clngman. nlvi: of one hundred and thirty six ((136)). that of these votes T. C. Strange received the number I
; and declared Fitzpatrick, Green, ( Hammond Ilemphill, That the whole number of votes for the office
: 105J} vote, was nominated the of cast of three hundred and
: E. L. ALLISON,') wet on coast 110ridl. The experiment he is hersn, Johnson ,.f Arkansas, of \ twuiiy-two, [322] ; sal iLSt
InDter. JuhnC1 of of the Second of Florida Militiawas
105 votes i is well Major Regiment two, 2 .
} being necessary to a trying worthy of those who scattering [ ] r
F. R. FILDES Kennedy. Lane MailersMason,
I
LlhnI. one hundred and ((138)) that of
choice. f interfered in what may become a new article of Polk tbirty.eight ; That the whole number vote*cast for the' fiioe I
Nicholson
t Ptaree. Rice, 'Sebastian,
4 E. W. ROOKRS > Secretaries. in fair land Powel. these voles James E. the numberof of Colonel of the Fourteenth
product our of Flowers 12A.We Regiment of Florida IL'apt
nomination Thomson
The mado unanimous -Stftint Slidc-ll Toombs and Yulee-33.
was by E. M.GRAHAM, | Lave received from Col. FLOYD a cpccinien of Wiffl. ninety seven, ((97)); and n D. Green the numberof Militia was three hundred and twenty four, [324))
acclamation. NAYS Messrs
t BinghnnuChamller, Clark Col-- forty one ((41)). .
W. II. WARD. J that of these rotes John B. Iell received the mim- St 1Ii
: Hon. John Milton being present, was loudly the wool mentioned above.l1c.mflgacratIc'flnhIH<i0flS.. lamer, Dixon Doolitle. Fessendon, Foot, Foster, That the whole number of votes cast for the office her of one hundred and eighty-three, f 1831: sal L"Pt

called for, and eloquently responded accepting Grimes, Hale, IF'imlin. Ilarlan. Kin:*. Push. Simmons or Cuon.l! of the Thinl Hpg-im*>nt ,,f FlorirU Militia \V. (.1. Tciiii.lo tli- number of one tiunJrcUnnJ forty

the nomination. Ljikt. CiTy, 1LA., June llth, 1860.3lee're. .. Surnner, Ten lyckfrmmmtoil1, "aJ. and was sixty-six. ((66)) ; that of these votes Neil J. Mc- one, [141]. St.I

The Democracy have nominated Gen. JOHN MIL- Wilson-21. Kinnon received the. number of ixty.fV((65)); and That the whole number of rotes east for th DIKE CARLISLE
.4 Tlie Convention proceeded to the nomination J : TOX of Wf t Florida for Governor and Hon. II U. 6. Rcsolrcil,That if experience should at anytime scattering one, ((1)). of Lieutenant Colonel of the Fourteenth Regiment

of a Congressman. Gt"lltlt-Ilm aware that it h disagreeablefor HILTON of this city for Congress. Gen. Milton is among prove that the judicu I Imd executive authority docs 1 hat the whole number of votes cast for. the office was three hundred and twenty-nine, [329] ; that uf

Mr. Tucker nominated: n C. Pope of Mad an Editor to matter of a personal l character the ablest! men of the puny in this Slate anti if not posses meln.to insure adeqiiale protection 10cnslitutiounl of Lieutenant Colonel of the Third Regiment of these votes J. M. Stewart received the number of J U'apt

ison. publish this had elected will no doubt perform his duty without fearor rights in a Territory, and if the Florida Militia was eixty- wo, ((62)); that of the one hundred and tixly-cight, [168]; and A 11
and I would ask
not to
you publish favor. Our p< ronal acquaintance and kindly re-.I territorial government should fail or refuse to pro- votes John W. Bowers received the number of thirty Perry the cumber of one hundred and ixtv-one, I
nominated Dihvorlh} ut
ti. Mr. Bird Wil:0 of I not seen In the last Floridian d Journal,"a com bonl with Mr. Hilton, prompt us to accord to him \ ide time necessary remedies for that: purpose. it will six ((36)) ; J. D. Cauthon received the [16li 1 Li'apte

; JefTei son. muuication signed "II B. Elder, which is clothedin every virtue that could adorn the c.r' .cier of a gentleman be the duty of forlto supply such deficiency, nineteen, ((19)); and A. L. McCaskill received the That the whole number of vote cast for the office

Mr. Anderson nominated J. .Carraway a mantle blackt-it falsehood from beginning to in whiten position of lit! he may be pla ,J.! within the limit of its constitutiolal pwers number. of teven ((7)). of Major of the Fourteenth Regiment of Florida Militia St L

Smith of )I dison end. The facts in the staled by Elder The gr,ot misfortune is, that they t-hould bo the uomihct YEAS-Messrs. Benjamin, Bigler, nrgg. That the, whole number of rotes cast for the office was three hundred and thirty-one, [331] that JLi'pta
Mr. Gorrie nominated F. Yfllofiigue of mater all s of what was once kl.on as the Dem. *,cratic pjrty.E35 Chesnut, Clay Clngman,Critenlen, Fitzpnt- of Major (f the Third R.gim.n of* Florida Militiawas of these vote J. T. Blair received the number

Leon. L merely these: Mr. Peter Pent, a cabinet maker SntiHd 1'/.. rick. Green, (1 Hemphill, Hunter seventy, ((7(>); that votes Charles Mc- one hundred and ninety-six, [196]; and W. I). tt L

-si. who by h<* industry and honesty, commanded the --_ 1 vrnn. Johnson of Arkaias,Johnson of Tennessee, Kinnon received the numb-Mr oeory-six. ((46)); D. K. Clark the number of one hundred and thirtr- lu'apta

Mr. Canova nominated C. C. Yonge ofEscamL respect of this community g.nfrly. and has to this -The East J10riJiat states! thnt I cargo of bix Kennedy; Lane, LalhnmMalloryjMason, Nicholson, McDomld received the ((12)); and [135].
IVarce, : Pugh. Rice,Sebaslian Slidcll J. M. Cockroft received the number of twelve, ((12)). That the whole number of vote east for the office tiuI
and three foar hundred of iron reached Fernundiuaon Iukl'uwtl
day not an except Elder or tons the 3d .
enemy Ten TomLs, and Yulee-35. That the whole number of votes cast for the office of Colonel of the Fifteenth Regiment of Florida JJilitia Li
[Ballots in our next issae.] of hi* hired followers settled in this phice some two inst. for the Georgia and Pensacola railroad NAYS-Messrs. Harclin.ll and Trumbull-2. Colonel of the Fourth Regiment Florida Militiawas was thirty, [30] ; that of these votes IIi apis1st

On the 12th ballot, U. Hilton of Leon years ago : during which time, he wu through his -- eighty seven, ((87)); that of these votes Thomas Campbell received the number of sitteen, [16], sad 1.;
received and B declared superior mechanical skill of vast benefit to the citizens ::1"0118 apprehensions are tntetioeJ that 6. Rt-oltd, That the inhabitants of a Territoryof F. Russ received the number of seventy-four, ((74)) ; scattering fourteen, [14]. liLt
12GJ! votes, was nominated the States, when a
they rightfully form and McCall received the number of thirteen
of Senator is im. Hart'el That the whole number of vote east for the otHf
-105} being necessary to a choice. of Lake City, but unfortunately lie bought a tle heaIh 1ougla permanently constitution to be admitted as a State into the Union, ((13)). of Lieutenant Colonel of the Fifteenth Regiment of ('split
lit Li
His friends advise him seek
Tlie nomination was made unanimously by Jot adjoining that of Elder's, which Elder (it is said,) pireJ to rrpse may then, for the first time-like the people of a That the whole number of votes cast for the office Florida Militia was twenty-four, [(24] ; thatofthesn 21 Li

Acclamation.Hon. wanted himself, but was not willing to give full State when forming a new constitution--decide for of Lieutenant Colonel of the Fourth Regiment of votes C. A. Butler received the number of fifteen Cspta1st

K. B. Hilton being was loud. value for. Now it appears that Elder's motto is : The Macon Jfttscnycr J Journal of the 13th inst, themselves shnll be whether maintaiied shivery, as a .1cmtlc institution Florida Militia was seventy six, ((76)); that of these [15] ; and scattering nine, [9], LiId
present peaking of the nomination of Mr. HILTON, M"C1 :- or prohibited their votes Benjamin R. Marshall received the number of That the whole number votes cast for the office
LiCipta
y called for, and Iqucntl. responded, accepting .Make money honestly if you can, i you cn't makeit Hilton, it will be remembered )fur jurisdiction ; and .thy shall be received into to the thirty-nve ((35)); Freeman B. Irwin the number of of Major of the Fifteenth Regiment of Florida Militia
the honestly, make ," and there being no other : Union with or without slavery as their constitution I). B. bills the number of thirteen
money Ime the able and courteous editor of the Savannah eighteen, ((18)) ; was twenty-five, [25]; that of these votes EL L it Li
d, On motion of Mr. McClelland of Jackson, way to get the property, Elder now commences a. Georgian. We do not know whether he may prescribe at the time of their admission. ((13)) ; and John T. Davis the number of ten ((1(1)( ). llarriion received the number of thirteen, [13]. and 21 LiCapt.a

him after have It ought to be clever YEAS-Messrs. Jcljaruin. Bigler,Bragg, That the whole numbr of votes cast for the tffice scattering twelve, [12].
Nathan Baker, in place of Hon. 1'. J. Eppcs, quarrel with Pent and excites to say awhile wi oppu ition. I very riM
man to teat Mr. IL. for whom: we have lwasent4rtine.la Chesnut, Clay, Clngmln. Crit.ndtn. Davis. of Major of the Fourh Regiment of Florida Militiawas That the whole number of votes cast for the office l, Li
1 who declined, of Franklin, W. D. Barnes of .We b. white and you negroes, meaning : hiatrick, Green that of these Amos Las-
1.4 very high regard. IAmmond. hlenipiuihl,hunter eighty-five ((85)); vote of Colonel of the Sixteenth Regiment Florida 21 Li.
Jackson, Hon. C. II. DuPoi.t of Gadeden, that he (Pent) would be wealthy and Elder pOOl Mr. Hilton will have opposition. Time Constitutional Iv erson, Johnson of.rkllnsR Tennessee, liter received the number of tir '-six, ((36)); Th. Militia was two hundred and seventy-six, ((27t). I'sltta1st

and G. W. Call of Nassau, were appointed Pent also said .when I get mad I would a* soon set Kennedy Lnt Lthm, Masn. Nicholson, Pearce, II. Gainer received the number fifteen,(I 5)) ; that of these votes Oscar Hart received the number LiLi

:'- delegates to the Richmond Convention. fire the establishment," alluding t his own house. Union Party of Florida meets in Quincy on Polk, llowell, Rce. Sbatan. Slidell, Thomson, McLeod received the number of thirteen, ((13)); and of one hundred and fifty-one, [161]; and Miltoa

t the 25th inst..for the of nominating candidates Toomb, Wigfall, ulee33.N twenty.one ((21)) scattering votes were ct. Haynes tie number of one hundred and twenty-
ar t'sptahat
On motion of Mi. Anderson of Wakulla, These fact, Editor, I have from a source purpe
1"slr5 for Governor, Congress and Presidential Electors. A YS1eMl. Jjingham, Chandler,Dixon, Foot, That the numbr of rotes cast fur the office five, [125]] Li2d
the name of Hon. John C. Pelot of Alachunas more reliable than Elder. Elder now goes before a n opposition meeting in Madison recommends Foster, 111. Pugh Simmons, Ten Eyck, Trumbnll, Colonel of the Regiment of Florida Militiawas That the whole number of votes cast for thusoffice Li

added to the list of Delegates. magistrate and swears that he is in danger of being to the State convention the of .the Wade, -12. eIghteen((18)I ); that of these rotes D. P. Holland of Lieutenant Colonel of the Sixteenth Regiment of Cspta1st

.4 On motion, the names of S. SL Geo. Rogers Lurnt out L Pent ; a thing hich no one else !... names 7. Rtsolcrd, That the provision of Ole Constitution received the number of eighteen. ((18)). Florida Militia was tw.. hundred and seventeen. Li2dLi
} Hon. Benjamin Wright, of West Florida, for Gov. For the office ot Lieutenant Colonel of the Fifth that
of Marion, C. T. Jeikins of Hernando, lined, and doubt much, whether Elder believed for the rendititn fugitives from service or [217] ; of these votes John (I. Haddock receive
and Asa Tift of Munroe also added to very ernor, and Wilke Call, Esq., of Leon. for Conges." labor, t without the of which the Union I Regiment of Florida Militia the whole number of the number of two hundred anti thirteen, [213]; CaptahitU
law be adoption
were oath be true but the must
his to
own cast was twenty one, ((21)) that of these votes and scattering four, .
f both very clever men, but both sure could not have bee formed,5 and the laws of I vote ; [(4]
the list of delegates. regarded and Pent goes to jail, while Elder goCLolt t Leneo 1793 and 1850 were tha to secure its I Charles R. Gregory received the number of twenty That the whole number of votes cast for lhoffic '
wUcl
: Then, at 4'oclock a. m., on motion of Mr. Town making up his own stories so a to er: i norinnt.J. execution and features of which Icing one. ((21V) of Major of the Sixteenth Regiment of Florida Militia Capla1st

f Call Nassau, the Convention took a recess cite people, and threatening that he would spot the Milton and- Hilton.It limil bear the impress of nearly seventy years That the whole number of votes east for the officeof was one hundred and teventr-six. [(136]; thai LI
the Major of the Fifth Regiment of Florida Militia was of these votes W. McQueen Saunders received ore 21LICapta
until 9 o'clock
by tightest should
: a. m. judicial authority,
man who would go Pent' ecurity. I wa, when I will be seen from the synopsis of the proceedings nineteen that of
be honestly and faithfully and maintained ((19)) ; these vote William Hardee hundred and sixty three, [(163] ; antI scattering thirteen
TICRSD.\Y,90'CLOCK, A. si. heard Elder making his statement prejudiced against of the late Convention published in another by all who enjoy'he owne o our compact of Union received the nDmbr of nine.eo. ((19)) [131Thc.1 Ill LI

: The Convention Pent, but when I subsequently learnt the true tate column that Gen. J.11 Milton of Jackson countywas ; and that all cts of individuals or of State leg. That the ,11Ie o t for the office the whole number of votes east forth office 21 l4uCapta
met nominated by the Convention for Governor and of Colonel of the Sixth Regiment of Florida Militiawas of Colonel of the FloriJ
islatures Seveuteeith of
ofafloir I determined to assist the innocent and to defeat the purpose or Regiment
On motion of Mr. Holland of Franklin it Hilton of Leon for nultbe r
R. B.
three hundred and nine that of these Militia that
ongels qnireraents of tint provision, and ((309)) ; was one hundred and thirty six, [136]; lit LildLia-
bond in which I
risk being I signed A was Gen. Milton is native but beena
\8S. .pteJ a Geria. in pursuance of i ii, are hostile in character, subversive otc Benjamin F. Plrkr received the number of of these rotes P. Arnon received the number uf city
That the President of this Convention followed by the most respectable citizens in citizen of Florida for many year He if a manoftalent.D Constitution and revolutionary in their two hundred and orty.eight((243)) ; D. B. Leslie three, [63] ; S. Buffi ngton the number of fifty50 -**. CeptaCapta

}. Rno..d three p"n.na from each Judicial 1 Circuit this place while there were at least ten others posesting *. able deb er. and in in every way eferl ott received the number thirty.fv.((35)) ; and twenty [ ]; and V.S. Stephens nuwbcrofh71a4Yea[ ]
fur which he has been
of this Stat.and said persons shah constitutethe perhaps a little more honesty than CoL Elder qualfed position t YEAS-Mcssr* Benjamin Bigler, Bragg, Bright, six ((26)) scattering est. teen. lst Li.
of the Democratic Jominat.J That the whole number of rotes CAt for the office That the whole number of votes cast for the office 241.1,
P.ry were ready t do the same thing. Elder being new is veil known in this State in the Brown ChesnutClay. Clingman. Crittenden. Davis of Lieutenant Colonel
Ilton of the Sixth of of Lieutenant
of Florida and said Executive Committee are Regiment Colonel of the Seventeenth Regiment Cspta;
I L invested with full and foiled in his hellish design, adopted another plan to aey.rl capacities Editor, Lawyer and Legislator.There Fitzpatrick Green. Gwin, Hammond Ilemp Florida was three hundred and of Florida Militia hundred and t eatj- 5hatU
3: cmpl.t t appoint U hill, Hnnter, Ivtrson, Johnson of Arkansas, Johnson :Iltia eigh.((808)); ,,was one
i the time and place f
.1 Democratic Party upon all occasions, whenever in break open the doors of Pent' Louse, at the dark a more representative in Congress Polk, Lne., Pogh Mallory. of two hundred and fifty-two, ((252)); J. G. Pad- the number of one hundred and twenty ig*>f>
than he. Afadiio ,
June 13A.RICII.TIOXD Ma8o. chols.
i'l the opinion of said the of the .tuflr. SLs rick received the number of ((28)) and [128.] 1st U
;
Cmmite welfare hour of two take him from Lit bed ian Slidell,Tat Eyck Thompson,Toom tw.nl-.egh
Democratic party, t> it,_ aid Executive sm. distnc. and Yulee. scattering twenty-eight. ( That the whole number of rotes cast for th* CC* 24 LIe
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Committee be. and they are hereby invested in the 'woods, where they tie him t a tree, and CONVENTION } : That the whole (28) cast for the officeof of Major of the Seventeenth Regiment of Floric* CjttaiIstU

with such further power a* ehall be necctsary to him unmercifully, and in fact would Lava RICUXOSD, June 11.-The Convention of the NAYS-Meson. Chandler Clark, Fool, Hale, Major of th"S Sixth Regiment of Florida Militiawas Militia was one hundred and thirty, [ISO] ; that ,

promote the welfare of said party. whirr Lad not some one come and stopped it. Cotton States assembled at Metropolitan Hall a Wade and Wilion-6.. two hundred and ninety two. ((292)); that of thes rotes M. Ueina, received th* number of ins 24 Lj,

I Tt. following named gentleman were appointed Before they turned him lo. however, they made nOD to dy. GOT. Lubbock, of Texas, wag appointed -_ .ARRIVAL- NORTH' RRITON.ArcrsTA thee Tote W. B. Watt received the number of hundred and two, [1C2]: and N. Norton tvcaty' Csptai
TiE two hundred and
T. C. llearn received lit
forty ((240)); eight [2S.] UtC
on raid Committee: him promise not t say anything ab.ut it sell his temporary chairman. A delegation representing Jut 11.-The steamer North Briton, the number of r.1 ty.niue. ((49)) ; and .scattering ((3)) That the whole number of vote cast for the 0ce pti

.f t DE"rt1(UnnZL Louse in a stated time and 1.aT the State. Elder, IhtTYustccs of the National Democracy of for Quebec was boarded off Further Point, to-day. three. of Colonel of the Eighteenth Regiment of liars15 hat Ue

uI D. P. HOLLAND, Chairman. like most men of his disposition would baY nothingto Mozart 1.1 New York, presented credentials. She sailed frost' Liverpool on the 30th nit That the whole number of votes cast for the officeof Militia wuthr4tiundredand twenty seveo.3-'l'[ 31 Ue

.1 a FROM THB MIDDLE. do with the whipping (fearing detection and the Only one delegate wa present from Tirgitia, from 1,300 She bales.report*Market the sale of cotton dull for three days at. Colonel tT the Seventh Regiment of Florida Mi that of these rotes, G.orge A. Wiggin ecrt'" Cpui
very litia four hundred and lit
that the >r > Lie
number entytl
: 1 Dr. Tor.Monroe of Gadsden, law,) but flood in his yard and looked on when Pent the Hampton District. None from Delaware. A Manchester advices favorable. of these'a votes William J. tfty-nioe. (the(459)numberoftwoimundretiand ); [223]; and EdwardM.of two hundr.dfand L'Engl received* the nuffl- ItI Ue

:1 A. Noyes of Waknlla, taken from his committee on credentials and Londonderry, Jhvrtday, Slat nil.-Sales of two rtend
was houM.I organization was I. of Captai
t of appointed forty-one ( !); Gregory onehundred and four, [104.]
,I., Bennett May* .aian don't wish t be too t.dioul. and conclude Ly and the Convention adjourned until ten days. 16,000 $$. ales. Slow of sale, but prices unal. the number of two hundred and sixteen,((216)); and Tlmat the whole number of *ot .east for time o- C* 15(1.15

rKOM THE 1ET. that Elder make ojclock, to morrow.ADJOURNED. tered. scattering two, ((2). of Lient.nant Lionel of the Eighteenth Eegua"1 24 Ue1
saying an faint s
Hubert S Dickson of Jackson utterly, taltntftby Consols quoted at 941 to 95. That the whole number of rotes cast for the office of Florida Militia s M three hundred *cd twill' Csptai;
Dr. Jones of lying that my bond ha* been It I of Lieutenant Colonel of the Seventh J. J'tLI.
I Jil Eambia. reul.d i TO THURSDAY NEXT. Regiment of seven, [327]; that of these votep WiyUm
l I K W. lloger of Fnnkln true I am not I rich a I perhaps 'ou1 be, Lad I RianioND, Va., June Convention of the DEATH arJi-ixsi. ItGUS' CHILD.-Judge Dug Florida Militia "'a four hundred aDe sixty-three, received the nnmber of one hutUred and th.j 21 Ij ,

r FROM Till rsr.I the "i and opportunity 12-Te las' child did on Thursday morning 8th inst. and ((463)); that of these rotes J. 1'. (tt received thenumber [ISO] ; IL N. Dickson, the number of on.nd Cspaj,

i Thorn T. Long of Nassau a I Lave been t a resident of Lake scceder met .;sin to-dy, and appointed Mr. Erwin lie was preVD'ed, from attending the lion of the of two hundred and eighty ((280)); and T. three, [103] ; snl Edward S. Badger, the hut,
of Alabama, President ; and then passed A B. Hudnall received the number of one hundred ber of ninety four 941 24 U,
[
!I i Samuel R. Pylet of Alachua City since 18 and can character all Senate H4 however, authorized Mr. Morris to and three .
my by eighty ((183)) thii Captr
r P. Columbia. 2 prove resolution to till the 21st inst without That the whole number of votes cast
.! Doby the good citizen of said town, and hold myself re debate adjourn other action. I pair him offon the admission of.Kanras. a a Stalf.aDd TaI the whole ouml.r of votes est for the office of Major of the Eighteenth Regiment of F1Orid l.j 5,
.
nOM THE 6UWAXEC. ponaible for all I.y and do.I or any ha accordingly paired with Mr. Clay, of of of the Seventh Regiment of Florida Militia litia was two hundred and ighiy-i [2S*]; 24 lAe ,

'p J. L F. Cottrell of Levy Editors Your -. Alabama. Ue would have voted to admit Kansas. wa four hundred and eight, ((408)) ; that of thee of these rote* John H. Cunnts received mhec t5 CsptiIr
Re
Tnomas Ledwith of Dnval, am, Me.! .. 'pcctfullv.A. GO,. SEYMOUR WITIDRA W8.-t.tct.v}*.. f vute B. T. Watson received the number of two of two hundred and forty-one, [241] ; Js1m ** W' la ueIi

c : Dr. John E. Hawct of Putnam ELLIKGER. JMU 5.-Ex Governor Horatio Seymour .published <. .- Dlr.hn.l eleven. ((211)); R. M. Scarborough received Carter the number of forty-five, [45J. Lie,
-; --- Gras n 'THE CAPTTRED: NEGROES.-The New York the number one hundred and for tb.OIrr Captain
FKOV me AOITH.Hamlin a letter withdrawing Ids name from the sevent) -four That the whole number of rotes east
-f -I V. Snell of HilUboruugh. The Hon. John. P. hale, of N. H. voted yesterdaywith Baltimore Convention. Tribune b< intelligence that the Cubans are in a ((174)); S S.: GUchrist the DumLr of xtecn: (IS)) C.lonel of the Nineteenth Reg'ment foM.lilia
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grel stat >f ucilm.nt about some slaves captur and log l eD was one hnndred and thirty ll*] ; lat
; 'IV. IL Ward of Munroe the great bodyoft.he Administration force _
in C by a U ted State steamer, when about to be That the whole num'f} of vole* cast for tieoffice! ths votes J. R. Worthington received 24 ,
Tli.iuas C. Ellis of Hernando.Hon. the Senate adjourn on the 18th ijsL WASIIIXCTOX 'NEWS.-Wahinjto June landed ieir The Africans about of Colonel of the lst U.24LIev.
t t CLg >t. 10.- coat numbr Eighth Regiment Florida Militia ofon,, hundred and ose, [101]; sad VT. ILrteeired Im'
C. H. DuPont declined going lo Kansas or D K.nl Tarf. no Tariff'HomcsUadactor There 'a a gt deal of talk by the "news men, 1,780. and ire now Key West TtrJlm41 wa three hundred and ninety two. ((392)); that of the number of twenty-nia. [29lh ]- .,

Richmond. no Home-tend act. His vote was decisive.Vir .- for the past .WI. about the attempted assassination guard ove them. There are projects ( these vote*J. John! William* revethis 1 Dumber t for the office of Lieutenant CoiOi*' r captain,
of nmDrr, Lnt their fears were < nit ted t< them off Cuba by force.taIHt. .-iyaxtbftcaa ..f three and 'a" U Ig u
bJ'tradn t.
fi-hly-f.nir
On motion of Mr. McCJcllan of Jackson, YorZTribune.. JUt Slf ] Juns ITT hunJrt ((334i ; aud scat Niiivtccutli K siiaeul t.f Florida Militia
I to (the eta in R 11. !
; i thr..t man liquor. Jtne hrll't.lt, (I)





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.., ,:ndr..i.1 ... '. : .v III..... < !;:.> tint 'I. L:, lit, :u......: ..,., I II .\Io.".!--:-" : ItI.-..-).. .. (.1' drill! in front of tic I FOR
t1ItiSi W. \.. .: "'Ci1\('.* llle I.Im.wr j Cij.tiju. I :!: ) M' \lIud.t. j
.!...... f lit Ilent II .. Curt House in T.ilLhis-ee, i.t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
: :,.; .' 5; J, r j. .I. 4r. I !;h1 .Just'ph 1'iIJrUlII. '
S \\. \1" ,.. ;:.....u *4.:! :,;. u".. \ .;:)ILhlj": .cut, I tJ Ucut .... I :U.J h : I' .1"J.I. i pa.t 4 o'cUk.) I I'. If, on Thurslayucxt. : SPRING & SUMMER,

CaiIrI Z4Ih\Vihlti; A Hunh'r.11'Q1. : 21!1tt uist Die**-um. \ I ,
:. .: i j.\) i.; i.Iet "f ,..1... eag r..r tlctltee', .. I :: 111'11 \\.n. form STAPLE GOODS
: id.. Ttv.Mi.Jli: Iciadll .4" FJ.*i
tL'i l nr \ .1. I C7):: ) : llwl .0( .It tH. '. tr ( ". -I 11 ''I. 3 f c "iolls. F.y cider of the Captain. .

S I'S :. ,. .". .. ;! I'( uumUr ..f 11.fj": .. .. ha l.i..lt. .. 4I'11 IlIlu.irl 1 Hie-I. P. C. BROKAW. Orderly. CASH & EXCHANGE ROOMS
S i' :' 4 i.i i '' : :!.t 1.ns\ I" .1 I II :IIs.iiuy Cuuitn: Juno 1C. ISfo> 25 [SnitimlcopvDissolution. i :
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: i ..:,.11.,1.! (lit* TvrtiUvtli U< ;iiiHbt vfa : h' Uf.1IIt, ,lIIG MT Brinun caJ OF "

\: .&:1 .* ,..1y \f', (15)) ; that (.r time i 2.1 I Iient .. il11Willbrn A \.1'''. rPHE partnership, )luretcfore cxitinIxtwccn
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1'..,L... IeeSs1 the iiniulwrvf iVta 'zI48b. .4. SjIlWihhiaii, : l'illJnt5. i theSuUcnbers.. under time firm of HOPKINS GROCERIES 4-0.
.i j.iatt4rim twa 1st Lit'111. C : G. \IF SCOTT & CO
.S"I (!) I .. ; lIT J H; }'oc: A MRG1NNISS was th! ohed by mutual consent :.
: '. .:'r !th..: f i..t 1..j..Of Ill" T.'Qti.nll !!.I UC'1it. GtII'NtIagi ()dom. on thc3bt.,1by l.*t. All bus
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the firm
.S ;. : ( I I..ri.la: liJ4Ii.a ll'. .11.oJ.l l ntualier cor rmsnvvii Captain, 'I:11 I) B :'10(1". mil be A. -ie .
I. adju-tcd by HOPKLV8
... tint ..f llwM ,' 1o-t Ucnt A.: CO. who are A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF '
'. i41)); ,':: ', I .:.:, ,..1( tltf' ruJnU-rof Uurtj' mn (39)); .h 1.i4'llt, I" 'iII; TJ c..b. sign flare A: in liquidation.


I\._, .,.'.:. ',i'": J i..iw.\1.- nun(.*:)IN- i' .f ..,'tN('as: f. I' Int'(,ffoee l'aJ'taia"hi I.iou'. 1.... 8:11 811: I.uid\\111ian idk CuIlin. Tjil:ahas, 'cp, Juno 16th; 1860.CoPartnership.I);. B.HOI'KIVS.. MElil\\ISi. Mess Pork Hams, Sides, Shoulders, Every Viety Goods Required '

|i.j IW'llU. I" "1 Kt.'lllVtil H..4'1
., i I" u'' t. (fl"J. that jfj.iu. '...a..1". I Captain. .. ItI'lliAlllolIlJ.'LaugJ.ter.j I ..

\' 1\ 'J hwu'-'r..t\ .....IJ&I.t.. L 4ri]; 1st. Uui I f .. it'i,' Chat-Irs! Ikgz: ; Flour Whiskey &c. &c.
.. "a a.
: 1:: I"" 1 I"I ). j :tII.i.-u1. 1"llIli&ilfurJ T WIlUer, A. hIAPKrc. ,
\ ,,,,j., "..",1...,. ('If ,'.,t.., ('2" f.rtbs.fic< C14ain It 'f.).... I LI J.&tiicsV Fautkncr! };:Jo.hW1: ) r.KADFOED-Ir. L.J'l'1:.. 5TAYM.rJihiE \r.r-UII.L: ,

.. 4 I ( "::011..1,0 l f tJ Ii l tlGnl Igtikkt'L ht LAettt. .. I!I 11 1 it.htti hiarnctt UNDERSIUNKD: entered into Ladies Dress O-ood.sr, .

'., :,.. ".i, fifty 1oe".J|; tl.t"ftl..1ot! :!.I Li.-ct, .. iii! Wt1! I F larkcr: JL nerhip on the In diy of June I860 a under Co-pnrt the -Terms Cash on Delivery.
T>.'. r.n-i".1 hay n.lr .,f thirlt .m ,
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S ; )- C"rtaill. J :III& 1' O'Hara, finn of A. HOPKINS t CO.. for the transaction of a
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.1| lnrv! ll.!r.can th<<: r.tmtUrwf lit Li'I.I. 2.II I!Uhu S CllrltC'ln, General Merchandizing liusine .
.. : ** Tallahassee May 12th I860. 20-tf! IlEA VY DRY GOODS .
q! 21 l..ifll', i I ItIWm Wil.ltl'. A. HOf'KINS.IDWARI ,
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'S ,. lilt! \ f..111'. (:11) ; ll_t .4 (1 Wi* ttrtecM 2J Lit'td .... t iiIh! .F I.ion, L R. STAYS ER.TnlUliassee n.. oPOST -- PLANTATION GOODS S
,,;i"ti"<'\ rs'ea.4 l t!M! nuuiUr f CIWH. SOUTIIUUC'FNDIVIDUAL ,
u Fifty. .. 3111011enry HIIl'1.tr, June 16, I860.-15.! [Sent copy. OFFICI PrrlKTMifT )
.S-Mtt' 'ti1Sr .....1', ((41. Ir.t. IAett a
31hIJuia C Motrf. May 16, 18CO. Ji J
'" ,,. I'' ': I i. a 1 Ii...if s4eer.i Mt.d Cur 111 SI I..kctl, .. ZII1l! : M llIa.it.: At :I? ... cw.rk .
Cost. ROrOS LS the mills of the Uni-
., .. u l""II"WdGlu.eu'ft'1| ?. .anSi CaJoIain. 1lamUtua. 31 : IL ( orvenctine. ) conveying BiijJBO 8 .
i. .a ted :Stutts firm October 1. If GO(), to June SO
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Ca)4zii) .. I :3I2LWJ; n"\IIcn. &(>S GOODS: AT COST consistm" (. until p. m of July 31 next, to be decided ANDiRfMMfN

.,,,no 5 : !! I !\UE. 2.1 I4 Lictit U..u', .. i::Ut:Id.-\: ILTJackcon B 11IUu.torlut! : one: \Dm, jvcoNirr and nvuixii; !: \Ly August 10 following

Ca1tain, .. 4PtJtcu1h, : A Em". 1UIUS.!: PINi: .VITLE TISSUES, and 6508 From Starke) by Cadiz mil Timcaons to S

: lilt 14ut .. I 4'1:!!\\" 1't.'nnillgtnD. SL\DIER SILK Tilatka 66 miles and back once a week. 8. .
I....4nibia.; ;1-: "IJ-E Crai- *; .! U-t. 4lh2IW: $ J Rlottut They invite the attention of purchasers. Leave S:arke Friday at '7 a m ; ,

.. Ij I I' )1 U.. b..r Ca1tia. 8tlU'JIAU" 113Wm[ Oat, June I 1C. IfGO 25Stockholder's Arrive n: Pilatka next day by 7 p m ;
1 : 'C .se%<*ithta. IsUtit .. lil3lAI..x JuInon. Leave Tilatka Wednesday at 5 a m ;
.. C I* J .. Arnva at Starke next day by 5pm. Embroideries and
2, I Knajip, Ucitt hIJ: II CarnwlICaaill. \'. Hosiery .
.": .. 2! I FJ Ewiif. .. 31SobIe: A Huil.I. Meeting. Uida for sjcmi-weekly and"also for tri weekly trips ,
,S. .. .21 I I.FClMio4' -".. .... Licitt. .. 3 : : W' l'cdder TALLAHASSEE: 10. Ib60.' and to run by a quicker schedule, will be con iJered.

'b I, ;\\'IU n J..Ia.' :!.I Lictat. .. =113\\1II, G l'nrker MEETING of the Stockholder's) of ihe Tallahjs : 6509 From Starke, by New Kircr to Providence
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,... "' .. I.J.'tIJ.lu..ldl. Cai.tain c.1ID1.b.. ,' Ii CI.ulc!', A *..>o Railioacl Co. is called to meet at the 36 miles and back, once a week. EOOT'SSHOS -
: r 4, 1 n'... Wmlirs,_ 11'1 Ikith. 2I: John J Cuhireth Oftlcc in TallaLassce, on July 9. 1-60 Leave Starke Monday at 7 amArri.e ;
.. I'' j. : 2.ILkut. .. 2IESTIriks'' ) F. IL FLAOO at Providence by 6 p m ;
: ', '.5 .5 & IFTLee, I C1534a1n ;,,131\\11I11( NihIack. June 15 25 ecrctary.: I*'ave Providence Tuesday at 6 a m;
; ,' .. II I. U-t. .. S UIJ..IIII F 1\il.ltck. Arrive at Starle by 5 p m. AND
-. -ai.-a COM, *, &t S.AriidsssI. 2,i .it. SI13\\: J Chadine will:I he made to the next sea hula for semi weekly and also! for tii weekly trips
APPLICATION
: .. .. :t' =.& .urg.. F 1.'l VI. C.J..aia" .. 1 I 13 JdtlC'l.h J Cook, As embly of this State. will be cniderel. i
., ; ;; 2J: .iktt <;. Eih. ,.... Lit, .. ,,11:1 Gcorgc nehro\! for :a Chnrtrr of a Rail I K,.id from the waters of 6517 From :Silver Sptinj! by Carlton Orange fill? imW
.. J w.ct .. f'13' to the nattrsof the Spring", and Morrison's Simile, to Utllain Station
1 :3., 2 XV U' i-h.f :! JoIn McKinney. Tampa hay St. Johns River j
S S .. I :, :2 s > ll.....H.t '. Ca1tait,. .. "I 13M 1 J :".:IlIfor.l. at or near Lake: Je np_ 52 niilos mind !back) throe times a neek A.! rRJiE..I
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2. '.. .. :gUI'Uuf.1. lilt Liciti ,I1I! )1 Cohhint. Palatka. June, ISt.O 25 Lave Silver Spring Monday, Wednesday Fii

.".a. \ .. I ttJ J. 2 L: U.AIM.2 .-. iJ J..iftll'. .. :\1 B o..lIin day at 6 a m ; [
L.ut} .. (-j, I..'.mj It"-; Cal'uba, ew 5"13" I: W Jonel.bt SELLING OFF AT COST Arnve at IJellimy Station/ l>y 8 p m ;

Lh ':1.: .. fI, : U ..It..,. Milkr. Uet .CiTe'I' ;: ,}; N Fort, ,, LeaN Bellamy Station Tuesday Thursday and t
.:u.5. \.ill00. I, :. A It M.kinu.... :!J hAett. 1)3.Enoch'en \ TE offer to our friends and the public generally Saturday at 4. a m ; : an.c1:

1 5 'it 1 :. ,\Jc.,. (; lItJUnM'. Citptain Z1311enryMCvnc. \ \ our entire stool of Arrive at Silver Spring by 6 p m. I

: ,.. f, ::,CL)1d illl"". 14 Li.-ut. :$,Ii.Jcel.h; :Sweat DR}' GOOI>S, HATS: HOOTS A Li) SHOES Bids to commence at Ocala aad; run 1'1 l Silver ... YP-l'IJiIj I
.. :t- ::II.-g \Y l1ilkr. 25LUeLt. .. :tI lsI.eisiN; Ct'ne. .AT COST Spung Ac. will lit considered. rr ,
.. :3: 11..1'' 1.Iirne. ('ajiain .. 'i 131C IIern1on C5J3! From Tilatka) to Bellamy Station 50 mile .
y .
S. ) :: J.ItV-4, let Li..lt, I .. 1 i 131.\ It Gra'cn. W'e desire. if PstillC. to dote up our business!! by and back once A wl'ek.Lea.e OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING :

.. 4 3 11"l1rJAi.I.. : .I th.u&., 7,13, Janis 1..lIg.C.I'll1in. the first of July. Come in ai-d examine our stuck Tilatka Monday: at 5 a m ; .

.. 5 4. ;' -aac' Itrs..wi. ,\IaMm. !,h1I:: ) W arice.ht nhich consist of Arrive at Bellamy Station by 7 p m ; CORNICES & C'cJIlTAINS.
: .. 1. n JSIII C Wa114.r. bent I .. I 2 H'J' M Jonet. Calicoes, IHcachcd and Brown Domestics'Hals Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday at 4. aArrive m ;

:I..;eiw... 1 41tViirrrt, ttns. '.I Licut. .. :zjl-&,J W Burnett Hoofs and Shoes, Hardwire and Tilatka by 6 p in.
.. : Bids for semiweekly and also for tri"ixeekly hips Hardware ond
1. 4J'iit: AI..lr. 11 ". CIII.aia. 3h1 :4J Xinnarh. CrocLrry .internes Cutlery,
4'r. T.Lndits
.. <
I 4 Iln.tuas, ..uis. 14. Licit. :aUJ: : KinnllrJ.2llMuI. will be considered. .
.. :tI I IInrri.. II Ilagans. sill .i C Tlngpen: xiould! do well to give us a ('.II! before pur' C526: From Frt Gates by Lake Charles, and

.. I. 2: 4W IIl1arr'II. Captain. 4h1, r J lerry. chasing t'1.IIt'ft'l, as we are cnmpol'i-d! to clone/ up' Silver Spring; to Ocala, 35 miles and beck, once NAILS IR'JN
.. I June 9, 60. :24! ShINE: I'APY.Mri week. AND10ILSt
CaIiN 3tLieut C Wait
= j \ ark. : .a. .. .
W:thir.gt.is, I I .101. CISS.IIStt :.a LAetzt i 411 teorge NoH. -- -- -'- Leave Foil Gates Monday at !9) a m ;

'S 1 -I I....'i :c i1ir. C.1.al.. :I u .t J Jcmd..t.I. VV'o11t:3: ; Active at Ocala by 7 p m; RIGHTS::! to use thi PLOWin

.: .. 'I 4WniJ; )Im"" ... Lieu. .. Z.14, G C ILirhews1, OF New Oilcan would pcctfolly inform the Leave Ocala uesday at 2 p m ; _L Leon county sold byFUANCIS G' fJ NBFTJEI. !
.5, .. t.s w ln'l" 2.J I. 4'.it. .. 5h1II; H IIarturI.Cptain Ladies of Tallaiusaee nil] tho surrounding Arrive at Fort ,Gate next day by II n m. PAYNE, BLcksmitlu <
S .. Ij j 4 1itvi1 T 1\.I; .. ',U\, II J'IIfl'Ofl. country (hat she purpes estaljli&hing: a Bid: (for bemi' eckly !service will be considered.6o20 Tallahassee: May 12, 1860. 2LIOOIE'S \

.. !' 4 El'Mehiu. I 61 i.knt. : G.U.Iok'ph I l'er'creon.2I MILLINERYin : From Mellonville, by Apopka Lake. Harris
5' 3; 1 L.ijia: WLiJ..n.! Lieut GUJ, H Coiling.Cat1.tain Lake, Adamsville, Sumtcrville, Monroe's Ferry, } : DOUBLE LOCK STITCH : : .,-U-I-r s
.' : .. I 4 ,VaIer It (iah'r. Ztaeaau, III; :c S Ahiritton this p'ice.' She has opened! for the present at the Tierceville and =Spring Hill to Bay Tort 121 miles

;. ::I. 4,J II 'lcCc'nlllIl. 1ft Licut .. I 1:1: i E: J Wllinri..llt City Hotel where can be seen a very handsome and back once a "cek.. Family Sewing Machine. ..ANDAsriculturallmplements.

-S \'.j jJloum. ,10,"" I.iu2e1ieI 2I betel; .. I !15'lIi, B Ratcliff: assortment of Bidders will propose a schedule of departures: and I>----- S

S .. :t : QiarIri W' Lrown. Captain .. ; 13:(: T :Spear .fAIits"prin.1 cal Summer Lnnnd. Embroiltrie arrivals.Bidstoeomnmence. NOW IS THE TIME I IrpO
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.i"'k..tD. 1 G L.fanitr :McClung hi Lieut, 3 13 1. F Iloux: and laces, L'mlroiJre1ee.es ami Collars, at Pierceville will be eODsi.) .. .. 6532: From Orlando (by the south side of Like) the most desirable SEWING MACHINE
I 'GlJu E C.I1i..r. J l.iell. 3 15 I J Maehec. ml/i a rartfty of 7tt>iitntnyit ; get

It' GLFtatun.; : Caplaim. Dan.. I 16 Amande l'nrorc!\ all of which can be sold very low for cash. Come Apopka) lo Adamvllle.65 miles and back once a 1 ever invented for family use.

.. 2 1' GJ; )1 t Wimal!!, h. beet. lilli.Anthony 1-10"1. and exaniiue for 3ourselves. June 9. 24-2t \ieek. PRICE $ IO CASH ... J
.. 31 61A)1 LHnlot'tt. 2.1 Linlt, .. hIC (;onllecine Sellers: .- ------- -- Leave Orlando Wednesday at 12 in ; A ]largo assortment; of the above articles
; 5, :1 6i-! X ('",le.I. 4f'tain.. .. 2'16 J M( J Bow.cn, MEDIC NOTICE.) Arrive at AdamsvilU next diy by 6 p m ; Read the following! from a man that ]((nowi what

: '011,. ," 3. GjW II Iis1sse. lEt bent .. 2 ICJuhn; Carr "---0- -' Leave AdaniKi'ilia Friday at 7 a m ; he says and then call at my.ffiee in the Capitci constantly] on ]hand and sc1lin.gatthe

I ,..I. .;;; GIll J \-othoO. :!,I Ucet .. 216C.eorge' ; A Walker. Arrive at Orlando next clay by 1 p en.Bids (Southwest, corner bium' <>nt) and fee for xourstUesE .
: ,I. .. t ::a G F 31 1'-It'\.. CaJ'tain. 3Ihr1N; J Brtl\t'ftrJ. Dr. George Badger to run on the north side vf Lake Apopka will I... T. BLAKE, .

.. .. 4: G D.l\iJ 1kadini. IciLiceit, .. SIGj\\, W Turner ;* lit rrofes i"lIalsEn'icei to the citizens be considered. Sole owner of the Patent f..r the Lowest S
'. '' '''. .. 6Lk: Ih'lIlI :.1 Lie-III. .. 3IfN W Turner OFFER !'see anti l eurrouitdiig country. 6536: From Clear Water Harbor to Tampa, 60 May 19. IS8 ). 21 htste of Fljrida, Cash Prices.

: : .' .. f'l ':\\\1.x2I1J'.r.. Captain .. 4 16 George C Aco Clf:; OfrFllE AT THE CITY IIoTSL. 3 miles and back, once a week. March 24, 1860. IJ

.. 6 S II CI.isszn.: ht Li..ut, .. .1 hG A B Cmu1't, June D. ltd) 21-tf Bidders will propose a schedule of departures und SLXRHB Jtrrrosox COIMT, VIA )
I .
.. arrivals.Proposals.
t.' G Ilairr Iru'ill. 2J Licut 4 1& Jamn 1Io tro.C"I'tain. : ,
.. for twice a week seuiee will be considered April fIb, V 60. J SPRING TRADE.ILO69
;L .: I &'S "llUett\ .116J X haddock Notice.IIIERERY .
.. I This s to certify that I have one of:Mr.ore's Patent c
C _jE IS IhniIt.t let Lit-u1. Ze1@ mu Price
,. : J..Lu: fAlii(, 2J Ueut. 316' llt'nJt'rwn Stanley forewarn all per ,n$ (ems tradinjfor 6539 From Augusta to Pierrcville! 10 mile, and Family' S&'winr: ?Machines, which has: be' n in uc cit h' )

: 5' G'Uem"' : CjI6&lwarJ! J Nix \<.n by me fir *J50; payable to John back) once a wwek.) months. It wIll sew from the finest to the coarsest
.' d.:.. CI '!C S flotridJ. Ce1tain ht Utiat .. 6 Ir.J, Sweat McLnuchlio or bt'arer-due Januiry 1S61 As Leave Angu!
.t. I.. I 4 iu Co it: 2.1 Ue'tat ... 6 HicharJ (Mtt'n.C.fuin. the etD :.deration for which it8;; given has failed ; Arrive at Titrceville by a a m ; made all. the negro clothes-Will sew "ith any bl'RING :: confuting of

.. : .. 7'' "G W 11., ..d"I. Clay I ItCeorge:: W French, I will not pay it except compelled b\" law Lean Tierceville Thursday at 10 a m; kind of thread. I can recommend the Maelum to any nemesis and Shoes, Hardware, Dri (Good,
". 5' &t &ASi..spsl.! hi Ucut, .. I IC.,Aaron l heicter JUJu 9, isio. 24-4t C.V. BAYLY. Arrive at Augusta by I pm.I person that wants one, as beinf; .is good as any in Groceries Iron Nails
1' I 8'' G'TE4rsisr' ; : 2.1 I Lient 1 Iii J T iillaerry\! ) I 6541: From Cedar Key lo New Orleans (Li,) UBO. ALFRED IU YSOI'. Trace Jy Fifth

:. I"i" II ':C.1:1'f.! : Captain I .. 2 it C; ',1hiamVilon. Sale of Lots at Fensacola. 405: miles' and lack, daily in steamers. --- Chaini, Sirclchers, Bacon Salt and

'a 'j C1)W J.d........ 1st i.ieut 2l6LJanics: A 111..mn Leave Cedar Key daih at 5 a in; Valuable Plantp.tion in Leon Flour "
II. SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT PE.V- Arrive at New Orleans <$?., <$'(., Jifc.,
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9
I next
I. THIS day by a m
,'. i U II.IAIII. \ Id.. J Ueu. Ji'flI.i..l( B Knight ; '
the
r 21 ( on Leave New Orlenns dan at 2 FOR ALE. And for sale cheap by BOND 4 CO.Llo'd. .
!. .5 'I. Jllc> 11 r'.II'r. Captain St.. J4IIh1lJ, I, H A h'acctty. Pin : March 31 .
1860. 14
Ca.ipjrii, ))1 T: 11 ;II1ry.) ht Lit1Jt, .. lIi, CCsnora! 3d DAY OF JULY MXT: Arrive at Cedar Key next day by Q'p m. ''pIIE Plantation knov,n as (he" Whitaker place"i. .- .- .. -
: -
., .f. '. II ;:, ,.I. IIUII: ,. 2J Littil .. I l'. Wi1iam]! 1icI..1cr. AND SVDSEQLEXT VA YS. 6512 From Cedar Key: to Key West, SOO miles H off.'red for silo. The land lies about 8 miles

: ; ,_to I" I .. ti T 1Ii.-.... Captain .. 2I7ECSimpkins, : Lots of various values and poMti'fis will be offered and back, twice a week in steamers. North of Tallahassee and consists of 2280: acres of Saddles, Harness & Bridles; .
2I1r.kuIm .. 2:1W C iJdIetn.2J Bid ten will propose a schedulo of departures: and as !rood Cotton Laid a* there is in Florida. The < .
ht Lkut : for sale to suit purchasers, 1 lj ing aUng the- line of the IOl1 SALE BY BOND f : r .f, I.. I 71Xeil mOle:'. Uett .. 2117 J It Groom. Railway and IB different palls of the Company's arrivals. dwelling and, olh',r buildings are in fine condition JL1 Lloyd Maret: 31, SCO. 14
L. .. 2tl 'lJ! w Ciu.fr. Captain = vlt 1ickler. Proposals to embrace Tampa will be considered. and are unusually good. The property is offered for -- ._---

S .. ';I M eAlmJ". let Lieut .. : 1'1'J' C Rogert'. property.1'ermJl-Onc fifth cash and four,firlis in the riasrMOBTOACI GUS From Newuansville by St. Louis to Hew sale for divi ior. among the heirs. For particulars ALL persons wishing IJIncltburn's Shoes .

j.. u.. .. 11 71\\; :-rent J EJect. .. 3 h'tl'aul, 5 n'' ate BCM'S OF THI: ALA.
: sUt r. 3 7CBs.crs! Ct1tain." MiflisID. I 1 IslT W Jordan FLORIDA, taken at par ; or, one,thni.: cash and the Leave Newnansville Saturday at 6 aID ; L. F.. B WHITAKER. EofielJ. N. C.. with EON= D JL: CO.
1 his M P. J Arrive at New River by 12 tn ; or E. \V. GAMBLE! Tallahassee FIlL Lloyd :March 31, SCO. It
.5 I" 4 7WfloIinun. let Ikttt terhf'D. balance in notes at cue and two year, to bear lutcr-- ,
I ; ,,!. J". 4 'fl! A Ketwit.: 2J Lieut 118'111; Weinnilek.. est from date. Leave New ]L \'er Saturdiy at 1 p m ; a May 2B, 1860. 22-tf --- -
: ..I. 7Joitlt! J..I&n..D.. C J.tain. 2IS'J! 11ltallulge. Arrive at Neirnansville by 7 p in. 55* Th> Charleston Mercury will plea-e copy trio Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee,
.. 18Lnmu,1 TITLES GUARAX'fJIKD.CHAS 6550: ; From La:tie HiHr.by Samuel:! Birbers and evkly till forbid and
:'Sj.: I.' 411 'ZWIIingktin. ht [lent. 2 Nehen. send bill to K W. Gamble.: SALE BY BOND .t CO.
i. Ut. 71.\D ua khosun! 2J Liol. .. 2 IEojThos W Tate. A. DAYS, William Johnson's to Shoaltown, 22 miles and bick FOR
.. J..hn C Graham A. (}. J A I DON. f.'Truslees! once a week. For Stvlo March: :31: I860 14
"i'. I" 1 ; W 11 :'t.aT.rJ. c"J'taiD. 3,18, :
.. B holly WM. H. ChASE: ,. J Leave Little River Thursday r.t 10 a ra ; '
I 1 IArLI 3111'IJ .
: I 711uh! Iflaek 1..1 .
'. S ut. IVL..I1J. I ': S I: QsU! taux. :M Lien' .. 3,18JalJlt's, DigeisCa1tsiti ; ; Pensacola: June 9, lt>CO. ?i-3t Arrive at bhoaltown by 7 p ra : Plantation in Jefferson County.T Spring & Summer Hats
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"!, S 5S 'l.W r.. )Idut..ll. .. 41l5Jecc e C impure Lave Shonltown Friday nt 5 a m ; OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in Jefferson CtHEAP, FOR SALE BY BOND et CO.

:'. .. II 'lID: 11.."en. lit [taut. .. 4lSWecley A Cheer, MYERS & GORHAN, Arrive at Little River by 2 p m County. It consists of 1000 acres rf fine Cotton '__J Lloyd, March 31. 1860. 14
.' .t. I" 'j5J; It n (irahaln."ut. :!.1 U..ut. 4ltdF.hijhi: Grantllam.Cap..in HAVE RECEIVED, per trtut.ani.als from 6552 From Waukee-nih by FjnholKm.iv Eonphoni.i Jjaud C7o acres cleared and of this COO acres arefrech. -
filll\l1"oll\t' 1'1\1".. \. rk) of (local,) Spring Warnor, and Cook' 11am .
,
21UFR.kh. : > a splendid assortment This tract lies within 10 miles of the Penaa- .
Clothing.
t U. I :1 'l1\"oJ .) lIourd ht Ucut I.. iUdW Smith. SILVER AND PLATED) WARE, mock t'ck., U Clay Lauding; 109( miles' and back onco a col.i A Georgia R. R.; is well watered and adjoinsa

j .ua, 31 .i ii !Traus.. 2,Liat, ,ISJBIIunter. \t I large body of good pine land abounding m the best ALAROE LOT SPRING CLOThiNG FOR-
\ .. Leave Wauk etnh
: iJ..bn CON IiTING Or Monday at 6 n'm ; DON'D
fut Ri1.tuight A CO.
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an F \\0'1. Captain .il of litubcr. Apyly to hI :
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...n. Leon. I\ siJ..c.e15: AIt.n. 1"Iltl&, iZ5KSytuc, : ,, Fish Knives Cake ci., Cups NapkH;. Rings, Silver Arm at Clay Landing! tint Welneedayhys r., m ; E. W. GAMBLE Tallahassee.' Lloy.l, March 31, 60. 14 Sentinel copy.
.. .. C 18F Ihss. Salts in Ac Leave Clay Landing Thur!d:ly at 6 a m ;
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I sW \
<2t. I \ L4I4. tJ Lktat. cases, : c-: Tie Charleston: Mercury will please tri
,I t, S. I AII4'ft. C1ain. .... S 18 W A Rot, Fine German Silver Plated Tea ScttJ Ice Pitchers Arrive Waukeeunh next :Saturday: by S p m. weekly till f..,Litl and lornard bill to advertiser.copy Pen. & Geo. Rail-Koad. .

..; :tjsl\\'J F. :;I.hl,. hl Lit t, 8I8JShIetirg. Cake) Baskets, Castors! Candletck. Ac. NOTES. May 26, 1860. 22
l. '.t!. '. I rrtf' .1 Uu SIRW! hi( Critter. ---0-
: ; Se'tsof in Cases Batches; Proposals must be to carry the mail with 'celerity.certainty -
Fine EarRings :
Jewelry ,
L \\4t. i' i1'rr5tols: T Tatuin fla14ain EIciadcr.. il5J'! W flanlalhjhat Finger Rings, tlc.: \\.e. and pecurit) ; tiing the tern's of the law, For Sale No.3 Station _
: I'lttWadkinJuztes! : ,
.Lfl. : 8'JJlJir..1.! Tl..r. l.it'ut and they must be guarantied by two reap'nisible '
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.5 ', .5 2:19iW: \T McCleadon. ALSO \ per. r1Jfl PLANTATION known De Soto BIIEAKF'ASTIIOUSE.IF 1 I
.5, I 6Wt.aIIIriint, C&1ta'ut sons cirtklied to as such by a postoruttT judge ofa as: lying .
: Lit. '. :3: bJJ WLitc. IrL Lid11. :,19J A Ahairook Table and P.H-kct: Cutlery, Powder! Itches Shot court of record. JL 3 miles East of Tallahassee ; it consists ol 600

:: ': ". S. I SIL" Du'al. 1.1 lAriat, 2,19:I ioIert Fort. Pouches C.ipcads.. Wad Cutte'. Meerschaum No pay will be male for trips not performed.) and acres cheered laud and 240 in timber. o
.' I 'Ut. Z SL;' rrtt1U1w. Captain. .. 31n Iir.l lvl,1ey, Pipes, and a supply 4" the for each of such omissions not 6r.lisf\CIllriIJ'.xrlaillcJ New quarter, u.c.: Apply to ,ARTIES 1t.iJ Tallahassee K 6 A. M, by (ha

; S ,:, S 811: JU.o.I..1I ht Licut. I .. 3'I1Wiliiall' : Cook genuine IjiUikid. Tobacco i three limes the pay of the trr> mty be deducted C. B. GAMBLE Train ; t or Madison, will tl!<> well to

'" : I .. C; 8aui \Y pltl..l.m, Ceuptale. OUT-gro. 2h9J, !): It }f17eU.ha For sale low by :MYERS i OOR Ax. For. arrivals PO far behind tire as to.I.rt'lk countxi..n or T. J. !'ERKIN avail tlt'm""I.t's .r the advantage to be derived froma

.I.. .. j *!j11 I1)IAFtte. p L14'vt I .. ,219 James I. :5and1iD. June 2, I860. 23 [Set. copy.Just with de|>enJi.g mails, and) not sufficiently excused, j Taiialacsmc. May 2R. IRfiO 22riSK'S ",\ at the above St.ilion Ample

: 'S.!. J A t.auit1i.. J Ucu&, Of I 2)'lha,1.: ; 1'0wcH.C.1'.ain. one fourth of the compeoMtioii for tie trip is sub,.ct time 11inl nlrd",1 by the company fur comfortably
: ., I.. 7 S1flFRrJ.S : l'bA' J r.uark, Received! to foifv-iture. Fines w 'i be imposed unless! the, dc i i1m PATENT METALIC partaking: .. slmt'. '

.'. IWa1.uUa. I 9rvI.D! ) JI.&ttfln h1 Lit."tl&., j.. 1!19'\\' W WoodrufF .. ,ui ncy be satisfact jrily>> explained for neglecting :BURIAL: CASES I Parties wishing to get to MontiCello by this Train :
I assortment of :STERLING: blL\) R WARE be I
"t!. I I B :;wenringen. IS 2h Lieu?. I 1j11\ S Spear A to take the mail: frotj or into a post office ; fur 1uT..r.; can invariably f'fnrdc.lly private conveyance'
.. I.. I '9'JIID .McCart..... ('atin >ro\lgll. 2 :2tt: (It n Thentaa eIlS(8. CLOCK I ing it to l II e<< injurcr1,, destroyed, robbed or lost ; and TIO Agrul I
Illilhk and BRONZE i-
PLATED WARE > Direct My19lSCO. 21.Planter's .
'9 WiUi\UI: Jhkk.'S. hi Lint I 22flJa1nesCok; manufacturersAnd fir rifusing. altc demand, I 0 convey the mill as Irequ :; '
from the L
', J J.i.'tlt 2.21' Tames I\Kay.. the ;;
2 J)1fl lInteliiuvn cleaning < ntly as contractor runs!, or is concerned inrui
.1" : '9 ViIiani: KiJ'flaF-t'. Captain Of 4 \\'illillm BV.irr. a tech supply of bILVER SO.M' fur n:ng veh'.Oles on the route. The I\tetenacter I Hotel. S
( .. Silver and Plated Ware at
:1 '1 .5 I het U4'tlt, I :O J C I'e Irce. General m.. annul the
:J WiBiain }Ms1t y contract for di lwt l>e\ing;; the '
.. WARDE 8 ROSEWOOD FINISHED LATEST PATENT IIK Subscriber
,' 4 !\' Cecrte tV hlendry offiC' rp having
S 3: J1tuttn. 2J Ut'11t, pet : laws,or the instruci ions of the department. I
S. ',,' .. 3 1I111\tIIU; l'oH'Y, Captain Monroc, :'!( ;; ;, II( Ward Between Kirksey's and the Rutgers .uildmj He mar alter the schedule, and also order an mcicase Air. Tigfa and Indcslruclillc. .J_ the above Hotel relpc1 rureh1.c&I '
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foima his 'ricnds and ,
,". .5 4 9LII: I\.n. let Lit&t, I :WJ.IIII, II Bright, TERMS c-A.su of cr.ice by allowing therefor a pro rata increase SIl'rL: of all size kept constantly! on hand
..:. .. 4 1jfS E Renn.IIIIIC'lrt.. 21 l.iat, l2t.W! C Mahuneyjr June 2. l!>60. 28 on it) s contract pay. He may also curtail or ,)hisccntu'me I A by T. J. RAWLS, Uud'ei laker. &cral, that it u now opened S

'., : ,r ,\- Captain. I.. I 2,201J, M Jarnhrehl the service in whole or in pan, at pro rata de- June 2. I860 23-1:; y commutation of P RMA KNT ami TRANH'N1!: .
BOARDERS. (I. C.
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.5 : .t. .5 1> VRCIcMi1htn. hat Lieut, 21211'1! hllf..r, ICE ICE crea'b of pay allowing one month's extra vrnpen6i: II |
.. TslkiaJecApril 28. ECO. 18 tf
1..1". 3 mlllD Grll"1., 21 Lleut Low jr.Captain. ion on the amount of service dispensed M ith. Bids j Pen. & Georgia Rail-Read.
.. s11lj\\ Of 3:2ojRich\rJ M Kemp in quantity. from Ice II fcc. Seni I '
: : 6 l'Tun"r. : SOLD any should\ I be addressed to the Second! Assistant Pit-i .
,1 1 ""t.t : .. ti 9, SuUen. lit Lit'ut, I 3 211ITb..m'lll, Penis ('.., blankets, Ac., (well marked t preventlos in.i!.ter General" superscribed Proposals for mail I Notice.

i.. .... .. 6! !f'K.lhllll W nul.-r.: n (est'imOy whereof: we have hereunto *) with written orders for amount rcquit J. Price IIt'r\"ice.State of ," and sent by sea ii. I\ :HSTo. 3 Statioii.TX MONTHS after the first of thus
pnbKca&x
S :a. I.IO'JI' .... L. 8.] set tur .fdsl .il.nalurt' Done at act!. lb. for less than 100 pounds \> regular forms SIX
For of
1 Jeffern. .\ i[: of Tall.haNlce.tltis per Ibs. cIa. ill Liberal proposal, te., and other information, ) U. K HARROLD Eeq. or those it may eon .' the w .l r ifned( executor of the last Will
in the of 100 2J, (
the City customers
Cllrth.1 daily: per .
.1. 1II1Wil1iam! Rcliingcr ae- adt'erticment of this date, and cIa the adr ;
A TRUNK Idt at the ) Station
above and
.. casks cern. va testament of N. N. deeeaseL hate of I
D.
j tth thy of June. A. 1860 deduction for larger quantities. Packinpin Dran
'l.t. 110 Calt.\t WIton tist-ment of December: IS, Ifc58:\ in pamphlet form the IC'.li the
on May perhaps above named Leon
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; 2how! FLILLE1'IGUE. tc. extra ch4e.: all Railroad charges paiihere. the I gentleman county will prevent aco>uut, as antis .
't J S ;, c Byrd. Stale. at principle poet office Slhauk can describe its contents aJJ obtain it by payingthe u.etor.: to the Jud e of Probate of sai '
.0:. 2hIOtLCMuoJy.' Secretary :I Terms Cash. proposals ill be furnished I : : euot1"t
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1.- on applicationto expenses incurred bf tJI ad\ ertii BREVAUD:
2 lOB F Trud wdl. T. that it won't to lose the department( J. HOLT. May 2g. 28 THOMAS: WOODRUFF. t diltlge.
': '' Cttf'Iptrolln-. Past experience proves t> May I!. 20- D Executor .
3'lOJantel June 9 .860
; Fenni coltt 18GO. 21-41 Postmaster Geseral.Emrwwnn .
: troube: and in trying to snnll
.. time money !
: 1.5 :. : ii }:lIi.. C. II. AUSTiN. I .
II0W A. P. CRAXF., Lost
I .. 1i-ta.tuTtr. bills. glnt.D. LOST .
I. Fulf..r.l,
I ( :& LADD. N. G'\.L t'TIT.\It'l Wuit ,
.' 4flOWillintb! A Wil1i. Nets :-X" rl'lnr"ll! Itare teen received from thedhwiai ----- ---- N TUESDAY EVENING LAST a small
T .' .. FrllrokIin. I'utuam St Marks. Jung 2. SfiO. !53! O roll of BANK BILLS eictvoniimtK-u fci'n and AT or near the Capitol on Tuesday nigh May
S 4 IOTItos 11 FJ"'Drd". (. : ;: Counties. .iz: Levy<< Drs. Gardner & White 1ft, a GOLD SCROLL
;t .. 4 101.- W 13t) ,1u"ia.. Brecard IIcruanJo and Manatee.June18. $10V. as well as recollected 0.1 the State hank of o -
Stolen BRKAbT-PIN. inches 1
.. Strayed or ) Floiida. The finder Till he rewarded "t.ot. two loop. A .ibra
,. 3.lnSth: Tct. 25 CENTREVILLE, FLA.. ; liberally by retrird! be for
.5' 5. !. .. 1 () \Vi1kin.. ---- --- few weeLt. .ince,from the plarta! j leaving the same at this: office. wi given iL delivery at ll. Cfc.
> SOME associated themselves in the of May I860. 20
. .. I ziIuJnchik: huh, For Rent, of Jos. hawkins\ a email FILLY. HAVE ieine anti practice May !8. 18RO. 22
,,'1.J) G BuILD three years olJ about let May Don't _ Surg rl'
..: ( lI&II1I'I'l'ty. 9"IIE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS May 26! I860. :2 Lumber.rpHE
.,: I IIII\Hllillm \Vuoj'. 1_ IXG known as the Monroe House. i in this! recollect particularly.hut think some of hr | aol Notice.SIX .; I
II. 1,. ';!lot.l'lnrlt Towiscuid, IS 'Ioflrud legs are white paces almost: itircly: under e fa.1-! week, from the Stat price ot LUMBER at re- _____
of this notice
.. CII,. having been Put io complete repair : :. Ice Ice Ice publication 0 Hunlnll ________
,. '111 7:10WiUiam: : It 1I'urI. r..r tf'ut-i. well alcut"te.i for a Pri die, wart on one side high up towards tbj. spine. undersigned will apply to Ihe Judge of Pro- JL sj ectirely:'after this day, will b pet; .: _ _
I' '!. I 6.II.JAm.. A nttft ,'ate Boarding) H..tI" I.tving twelve good room!, Stir vu the} forehead and pae! forrjcolor: 1.t : l\ OF THE COOL STUFF always *>o bale of Leon county A* letters of admi.utrat'on on thousaud. Ter jis CatDtlirrry. ., .. _
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.' I ,'. .. I if l IIrn1llion: r'"Ct _L hard and to 1 loe la .. I $1O A II Aillt..r""n." aoJ O\'turyj.g a c&'lItrill 1.1l1101I. Enquire at day aol niirht, the estttd of James W. Db.iCT. drre ,,,d. late of I.nODnSy. _
IA''Mr..'.' I ,II \\111ialn M Turner J.F.. rIJRDIl leg her will: b* thankfully received and rew. tot bv cM'.oj! on IIESRX! ; at Col. IVrrj's: ; AwU.iiMay said county. WILLIAM? BLOXJAM.W .. I! r c ,. ,

? &ljG W Oterttrct., I Jue IC:1 \. h1Ol'KINS., :) I June 2, I860.. 23 D F., 110R( K.. I 1'uzn4. [ 25, :22rSt! : "y 1 1SCO 2M.W I I I. -al1 'SA.. 2L-ini: .\s NWs IL__

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CHANGE FLORIDA RAIL-ROAD.I GOODS FANCY GOODS! Dealers in Drugs Median'!, .

OF SCHEDULE.. I FANCY TUST reeehred from New hipo T lark Z R. *
-n. tJ ble, a general assortment of artiflt8111 !.0"

Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. i eD.e. i The propvic'orH and rcsjuif-ctimrsof: IlflSTETIKitb such as Oils of almost ev*>y kmd ', lit.
\\bite Lead, Zinc and other WbJv t.* *
TRADE. lilTTLllS pM.ta. <
LLUKArEU <
RAIL-ROADS.I ) \ FOR TEE SOUTHERN U: HmUfI best Putty.Brushes )%* ,,*
I CHANGE OF SCHEDULE cau appeal with pcrft! topbyyiciansana quality rVtosh.Sor'*, 3Gk *
of ibe United Gelatin.London Mustard. French Bram rlli
citizens generally: ,!, !,
.t\\ ON and after February Slst, 1860, daily Passen -. bides, because the article Las attained a reputation for medicinal purposes Spices. Pepper L "*X.
Trains w ill run ts follows: heretoforenkn01D.. A few facts upon Inks,Quinine, Peruvian Bark Fluid Eir19"'j"l

q t N and after Sunday evening, March) 25tb. 1860 Leave Fernandma. . .. .. .!.OO P. II this point will speak more powtrful'y' I La a tc,.te. and a general assortment of P,,,! I

O the Cars will kate and run as follows, nz: Baldwin at. .. .. .. .. .453 J AWfitt ,iliitnea of bare assertion or bluoning j.i.ffery. Medicines. We keep none but the TeW"Iie} l
I tt;t Leave Tallahawe . . 4 00 P. M. Starke at..6.0 .. The consumption of llosictter's Stomach Litters hope to merit your patronage. *f ic.l

'. Anive at Monticello ... .. 615 P. M. Waldo nt.. .. .. .. ........7.15 VRiS for the last year amounted to over a half- MILES fASH i
[ 'I Leave TalLiliawc. .. . . 9.35 A. M. Gainesville at. ... .......8.20 CHAMBERS STREET, niillion bOll *, and, from its manifest steady -Mareh'- U.1868 18' C
: I Arn\"eaLsLMarb..11.00! A. M. Archer at. .. .. .. .........9.15 increase in time past, i is evident that turia

,. Leave Tallalui ee. . .. . 600 A. M. Inirc nt Branson. .. .. ........ ...951 the coming year the consumption will BLACK-SMITHING
5. .'. R.60 A. M. NEW YORlWHOLESALE miilinubottles. 1'h.s; immcni-o amount has
I Arnve at Goodman's, Station Leave Pronson at..i 00 A.H. near cue THE undersigned resumed wotkL
Lrve Monticello ... .. 7.00 A. M. hue: been icM Lat for the rare town and has opened S
\.1 Archer at. .. . .... .3.30 could never a Shp m
Arrive at Tallahassee . .. .. 9.05' A. M Gainesville at. .. .. ..... 430 N DEALER Itf mcdiunal ,.:"rertie* contain-1 iu the preparation the same building with Mr.,Kuhn's Car fWlriaz ?

Leave St Marks!.. . .. . 2UO P. M. Wald. nt. ... .. .. ....... ..5.?0 and the sanction i>f the MOM f.rcn.::."'t e Sho,), opposite tbe Exchange. whetTfF k

Arrive at T.I1I1I..a..oe.. .. .. .: S.2S P. M. Starke at. . ... . ... .. ..G.'0 .. Des ,Tewelri physicians in those sections ci the country of Dae: -'l11ithlllg will be done with ntltdespatch. '
t U Learc Goodman's. SUt.on 5. .. 4 3D' P. ). 44 Baldwin at. .. .. .. . .755 Comls, Pins, Writing ., where the article i is lest known, who not only He can refer with ."\ "uTi

..4 Arrive at Tu1ahn.ee! .. ., 7.SO P. M. Arrive at }Fcrnandina . . .... .10.4 5 Jirnshct Needles, Work. Boxes, Watches, recommend the Bitters lo their patients, but who have patronized him heretofore for tbof *.i
Omicctinjr with Ptwt Coaches at Monticello andOoodjianf. Musical ready at all times to give testimonial to ils his work. FRANCIS
4.1 arc PA.l5t'
1- St ti<>ji' 5. daily except at MonticelluonSunJjv 1 Freight Train will leave Fermndina! f n M.nilays.Weilisesib.ys hUttOn, Porte Jonai1 Statonery, Ware effiracym all cases of stomachic! derangements January 8.1858. 'k lf
and Fiidaat. 4.20 A. M.. .1111 returning .
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Folios ,
.1 auJ. GoodmHu's Station 5, DC Mont'ay. Threads Porte njJ the diseases resulting llicrrlrcm. ---- -
aud SatuiAijs. ,
leave JJronsoff. on Tuesdays Thursdays -
.t AND ALSO I at 3.IU< A. M. Wood and Willow Ware, etc., &c., Thij} ij .iota temporary pip-ularity.: obtainedby I RICHARDSON'S
Conner Sing with Post Conch t<> New Port on arrival i extiaordiniry efforts in the way of trumpeting
U I Merchant.'SPECIALITIES. '
: These Trains with Boats to and from the notion line required by the Southern DEI. I SEE
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.r. tnj which nlumawfure the departure uf tbe connect And every article in the qualities cf II Bitters, but a solr L'XNElVe
: Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers WtwetnNew I Charltct daily. and with Boats to and irons Sa- c'.tiiMiii<>1 of an iotlu"le medicine, 1bich is UAMASKS DIAPERS.. t
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',t Orleans. Key West and Cuba ami inU'rmwIiutepom's tatiiuh/oNr lime; a week. destined to be ni enduring its time itself.Hosteller'
RICHUU"'I .
CiONSI.MERS of t. ,
on the Gulf rrii.itatft. Mur.sont1wirwnv Through Tickets between all tie above Stationsand Stomach Hitters hate proud ? ?,. and!

I l b' to Key West on the 17th and 2nd or 3rd of each \ Chat, !lesion can be secured bj the daily Boats, MaaonUSI: : PEIfc EnD NtEDtM." LAWUENrtS STEEL r. I.THPUTER.LE.GE",1CLAWRENCE'S a (;"d tn.I to regions where fever and ague that desinms the articles fli obtaining tin attnunt ?MMi,' I'"'
t, I month and arriving ut St. Marks on their way to I and betweeu all the above Stations and Savannah, L"WIEJ'A "Om '>TAi. COL\GSE' L.waEICE'1 GOLD Pays'WAIIUITED. end ,various other bilious complaints havecounted I se the firm they purcls. ate '&'sit ,4
the full ol'
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: name
.)( t Jew Oileans on t!!e 1Mb and 29th of each month. at reduced rates by the Steamer Augusta which LAWai.NtE "SoVTntaKEB F"-OIITE. LAWREJ\8 MLFAD PUitL. ALL sn'LE; their victims !h yf Iuudre'l. To be
Passengers f..r Monticello; or points North of that I leaves Femaniiina: on Wednedays and Saturdays of OS A BURG SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large And on spool ebbs to state confIdently : "Bitters" J. N. RIC AIU ON. SONS A OWrjij
V l and Also II !superior quality PartKiilar attention given to Neat andconvenient certain for the Dyspepsia and like as A guarantee of the soundness and dursbiht,
will take the 4 00 P. ii. train. and Savannah on Jlonil.u! Wetne-days. warranted equal\ to sample and a represented. packing. are I cure I "*,
"t Pacscngers for Uoudman's or points East of that, \ Freight will also be taken by the Steamer Augustaat I All Roods Catalogue, with Hawks for memoranda, supplied lopurehacrt on application tlicsel. is to the proprietors a source of unalloyed G 001 Is. .
will take the i.CtO A. lit tram.r two-thirds of present rates. 47-lj pleasure. It removes all morbid matter This caution is rendeied essentially t',M.
,- Th: train will not run from Tallahuaee to St. Persons desiring to avail themselves of these reduced I November 26. 1859. ---, -- -- front the !stomach purifies the! bluod, andiniparle I large quantities' of inferior ami defvUive Lutni *

Marks and back on Sunday only on Steamer days. rates, should notice particularly the sailing Establishment.; ; EDDY &COSDELAWARE renewed vitality to the nervous system, prepared season after sea-son and alej "?). !"[*
WOOD
WM. L. VISION, Ass't Sup I. I its ot the Augusta aud instruct their acents as to New &.ving it that tone and energy indispensable I name n f /lic/uri/tnn, by Irish ll. i.(.y- .i,,, '*

p March !4. 1SCO. IS __ _ shipping. A. II. COLE, Sup't. rpHE undersigned respectfully! luf.-rius Ins friends AND MISSOURI for the restoration of health It operates upon less of the injury thus inflicted alike f'n ,th, Am' 1
o'ernnnJiDMarcb 2-1. SCO. 13 JL aud the public gem-rally thlt he has not the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs : consumer ansi the iiiamifHeluri-rs of the gftn! 'Der "V

., D.W.EVANS & CO. Retired from Business, STATELOTTEEIES mild'y! but powerfully, and soon restores then I will not readily al and..n.a butn.e** ** tt!foM*

----'to PLANTERS --- -- -- to acondition essential to the healthy dischargeof I while purchasers can be imposed on with Cuod,*
nor '
the functions of nature. I worthless character

t No. THE --- --- GONE TO HARPER'S FERF.y ; Grand Capital Prize $100,000, L'.dcrly persona may use lL. Bitters daily & I J. nULLOCKE d J. B.LOCKE. Agent r

YANKEE HUMBUG. Las he -- per directions on the bottle, and they will Cud sa CKnrch St Yew iwl
NO nor any .
WOOD EDDY & CO. Manager.Te in it stimulant] peculiarly adapted lo comfoit _Sept.24, 1859.: 89-ly _
Intention of Going to Texas, Managers'Offices are located at Wilmington, declining years, ai it is pleasant to the palate, GREATTlVEVTIOGear's
077 PIONEERJIT. Southern Inventions but that Le will fully re.sutiie and St. Loui., Missoun. invigorating t la the bowels, excellent A I tonic, TUB \ OFTHjIji
Deawae.
We have Ihe evidence
the --- -.-- and rejuvenating gensrally. -- ---
: Patented June 2Is/, 16.r by Rr.v. JoUlES BLACKSMITHINC The rolo'l'ingMAGNIFICENT of Ihouiatidt of aged men and women Machine for Cutting f lanicfiosj

:i BROADWAY GIFT PJ.tun: of Tallahassee, Fla.PEELER'S BUSINESS SCHEMES who' have nrricnre.l whic the benefit fl'OI of IOIch uI'iul this derangements ding. &c., Irregular Formi in Woo.

In all its various branch: will be drawn in public, under the Supci intendenee :\.general! del>ility] ; acting under I --- ---

VARIETY STEEL BLADEIIW e*. one mouth fiom tbidate. of Sworn Comnrii-'eisimers. appointed ). llieGnvernor.WOOD the advice of Ibyicall they have abandoned '"lIE undersigned bas become tie. owctrrf ft.

His shop U fronting & CO'S. LOTTERY.} all .1 fAiry tested the I L right to us.- and sell th'is valuable nucbi' !
I BOOK or. 200 fot stre t, -- -_' EDDY merits if this i:'tide. A worJ. to the Florida, and Imtmw I Clio Posi-Offiee -, Class No. ai'2 Dratcs Saturday JUIt'ZO, 1SCO when
opposite & certain I to wlio desire tu
--- --- gcnrbr lex. 1'IIlen periods any may purtba-w 04| .
but one Stock for any Vind of n and in the rear of Mr. Zukers Harness, Shop. where 78 Numbcis. ... .13 Drawn Ballots. their cares: arc so harassing that: many of them \ use Machine can be seen in "p..rah..n at sn. |lmf.
EEQUIRCS of which may be |I.ut on, tatmed lie intend to carry on the busmen ns it !.tl.lle Kink ui.dor the! trill. The relation of mother the. shop ,.f I. W. Uowen at the T.lIl1lu:.( fc P
: STORE and taken ofT in one iiiinnte. d. ue. Feeling pat{ul f,-r the lilxral Pttul.np 1 Grand Capital Prize ofS1QQQQQ and c'.iiM: is v> oriinly! tcndtr, thnt the Ii Depot. The machiim i ilL simple in its o"i.jtn.r. n-
'UL hftcloforc extended t In him. he voull r.''j>et-tf'illy if the lie lo to cut of
I* adapted to srraud
and may l>e turned iuto a d<,"t.I"I'I.", ii solicit a C4M.timi4iMv of hr fame, liopinij by his own i forget her own health in hcr extreme anxiety surfaces tItan any other yet inreu'eil |lt[,apacity

OLDEST ESTABLISHED d siieil. nnrt and prompt attention. to remiilt'retiiicatieraetini. 1 Prize of 'i50.0i0; ;; J rS Prizls (If t 3,0 foi her infant. Should 1'ic' j.criud of maternity is equal to twenty m?J and! in *,.,, klu(, j

TJ1'T HOUSE. attached to it, the cost of which will not exceedone 1. l FiTTS. 1 Prize of 1,501'I' ;:I'rlz.s..f ltG I arrive during the summer 'l ll. tLc wear of work much more. It occupies I"r1> all!l fp.ief.lffrom

GL BOOK dollar. AJ"il" 28. HCO. 18-tf ---- 3 Prizes of 1:.50,) '! 65 I'rizel of 1W) body, and muni n JeueralJ') gravuted.. Here, three to four feel square U sufliirm, -(nj., ,

04.- Every part i' detachable and adjustable] (to itself. 3XTOO7IOE3.Pen. 3 11 iZ11 tf 5.0110"( r5 11 iztl of tOt then. i is :lec. '. 1 slmubDt lo recuperate qmrrs but little] power to drir il. ETITT km U
A GIFT WITHEVERY BOOK I Tin* stock which may be made of common pn.cplanl. I I : Irlzr! of 3110 : r:Prlzt'of 6(1i (Ihe energies; of the 'j8'*'", enable the neat and diflicult work in H..uat'lIi.h,:. l'a'lLft j

-fom 50 ffntt to 1100,00. is so simply constructed, and there being noeld I & Geo. Railroad Company. : Iriz.f .. 2.5(10 i 4.81 l'rizee .if 4(1a mother to bear up under her exhauMicg trials Furniture Carriage, V ngi-n aril, liim/y UUlkt!
U.ort'r' ( JJ J .' in the lion, part that the whole! plow m.iy berca'hiy ,II) (:,r7,04(1 Prizes ur OIlO 0 and, s-ep.itiihiliiiec. Nursing mothers gene- tc, TO r vU iL S ans : put up by the eon.moiiest Smith after cue I Prizes or 1,000(' rn''y! 1 Irefer, Ihe Bitters to all other invigora- neatness and despntcli.

\ to our stock' we have colBy I obtaining n correct pattern. -- .- --- tors that receive :he rndoreuicnL of j.hyti- JERE f.ll'IIUDS.
on.tant additi. % Friz s amounting to. . fl.18C.7S5 cians, beciiisc it i M :agrceabU to the taste as July 18, 1859. : -Iy
.ted the lareest and n. ',|hin', |hOl'C ;in the) comtrr.ever MEETING of tic Stotkh .Itlers! of the Pens- "MWI I increase ,
: wrought iron, tuining plows] scooters and snceps A -- well as certain 19 515C a pctuaLent ----- -- -- --- -
offered c..h l it Railroad is called tn ? SEAHLT l TK1ZE: TO EVE11Y: J TICKET
by any pub) the publishers bauds, and for this > Georgia / i'iene : LoJiy'lrenI! .
all of winch are fresh from ry frm i .tock.(1_ I .Tallahassee, on MunJ!) the 25ili. of June net.I I TI All those 5eti. to wlc we hare particularly Notice.SIX .
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are warranted perfect in a,. PJIf.rf..tionoCarrAolre- PEELER'S MANURE DISTRIBUTOR: I By order sit tho Board Directors.F. I WlIOLS: TlCK TS20 ; Hun!?10 ; QUARTERS ; referred at >Tc. to wit:: sufiVreis from months after the fust pub iration of, ftll"!
A ,. II. FLAGO. Eli.illlli, $1M.Certifioates .
CATA-LOOUE. which
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Secretary.
'incit.n of Ancient Ii
I lie ailminit.lritt
caire-l undersigned. of tl
and I.y '
fever nsue. mlTaril. tilrl"rl. t r tii;
r ient cartful elmi,>"- aixl OIL' been equalled.and I \ DAPTED to the sowimig and .liibutin<;<>f any t Sentinel, Quiney Republic Family Friend of Packages in the above Scheme will dysentery. inJigeMion, !toSs of an t'tile. of F.lizabelli Campbell! deceased lute of ,cn e*.
t and Modern Liierature. bus If Cta- XA kind of manure and 1 fertilizers whetber fine orc'.ar.e. ',, Messenger which is the risk
a neve mpilers ( PY' be sold at the following ratrs, : all disen'es or deianpi-mcr.ts of the IIODch. tv will present his final account amid v..uclifn totU
bas been copied and imitated by i rtw rcmtxleledlojfues ] either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or May 5, I860,_ ,_ 10 _u __ I Certificates: ot Package,of 2C Whole Tielet|29?.00 biiperannuateil iuvih:le. persons, of sedentary BOIL Judge of I'rob.lte of Lain count and sk uifc be
I throughout the country j is adJrl'l' ":t'-u en a plantation may be readily fixed for this diodlar"d.
to any TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE 2 Half 149.3(1N occupation, and inr!in.!; mvihers. "i consult WILLIAM 1EIIKI\
f' and at a trifling cost.The t
imprcred and will be
mailed purpose
fret I
I 20 Quarter 74.75 their own I yin1 welfare IT giving to HOB- Dtc 17. 1859. 50-6in Ainu

on application. p. enilausigimeil) is now the owner of the State SADDLERYAND 20: Eightb" 37.37 tctter'a Celebrated Stomach Bitters; a Inal. -

I lCmlrr Calal fn arid will I Hi-llit of ond.i.: fur these. inventions. Tile County ,I -- --- CUTlt'N.-We caution the public against Notice.

,., It'iU free to anr" address ion of a Ki hU) for the fotlowing counties Lire not jet been Splendid Scheme i.sing any of the many imitation or counterfeits -
". an itirtkwble assistant in the formaL taimncGIFTS I sold viz- I IIARNESSESTABLISH: but"ask for JOIITE1'1 ('kezanAvan SIX months after date the timiemgneil will fr*
p-. or the selection of useful and enteijihrar i Hamilton (..!nm\.ia. Madison, Taylor. Laf.iyettc. TO lIE JRA w i TOM 4< I BIITEUS. lod see bottle has I i his final accounts and voti-hei', the Jwti'
; ), the words "-IV.J. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters* of Probate of Leon cnnnty, as adtnmistrator Ik.
I' I Leon. U"tlIIJt"n, Liberty'( Franklin. CaHnum. Jack. MENT.rnhI EACH WEDNESDAY IN JUNE.Class : I
readBS. I Gramlintr, df''It-n..I.I Uti ot
; ,.1 son. Washington, Uo'.ratB: Walton, Sauta Rosa and blown: on the ,>dc of the boti'e. In.stamped estate of Adam ei4'
,'aridieaf Gif'n distributed., a_ '1 I i E ram bia. !270 Draws \\'CliICItl', June 0, 1M50 on the metallic cap covering cork ami county, and IIS1. to b. dichar<;ni tlierrfi> m.

; i : The 1 m tle iD'f\lI.ic' & commend them to a. j The County Rights for the above named conntiei I } SUBSCRIBER I Class 252 Draws Wednesday)', June 13, )HiO observe that our autograph signature in on the I A. P. GUAMLIXti AdnrJan.
b"'aI
their really tn-tl' L.' 10 large q'iantiUet. of this Sute, with the County Rights for the eoun- JL having purchased Class! 21)4 Draws Wednesday: June 20. 186(1( label.a 7. It"O., 2-6m
10nn of good are euabled to arporti..n a greater ties of D catur. Miller mind Early, of the State of I the interest of the late : Class 306 Draws Wednesday, June 27! ItTiO! Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEIt A --------- -. -- -- -- -
we all
eHob ijx and sold
bj
fer ,
and E. .. SMITH. Pittsburgh I Notice.S
DAVID HULL
J than oilers as one trial will I eorgia are now offered for sale and may be hid I in .
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our rtt/olll deaJers generally
Tulueto Evince tbrs wU *"I ifb to test the strength of ourThose G appNin-! immediately such terms as to give i the Carriige: Saddlery NEAtLY: USE PRIZE TO EVKHT: TWO TICKEUTS, druggists, grocers the United. and States, South months after date, the undersigned will prt-
by iui<.hasrr a chance to renlizu] more than ten times I and Harneu USI..I. ; 78 Numbers. 13 Drawn Ballots. throughout Aerica sent his final account and I vouchers to ihs Jiup
lduteloJeDtS. I'I'DISP Germans-
t j : A TOE. the | ouey fllr which they can be bousht. : so long kept by him, 4_ and I of Probate of Leon county, and apply f.r a fail,.-
iheir orders the n. 'ns in of these counties wishing planfa- would r" respectfully m : Sold bjr J. R. GIttlCiORY, 4( ., 71. :\SI *
WhO regard a -nip*, reply t.> any I' I CAPITAL PRIZE OF $37,500.: charge frrm the a.Jmilli"tr.Ij.'n 0) the rilsUcf' w
ant l sent1 us their, valnrtiasre. as the cent \ Pers .' ts can ubttin them by applvingto me at this form tbe bilanl of -:-. 4 COM and AMES 4 LI"JL"Tal.ha*- han Grimes,deceased late ,>f saidmimtrLEW .
will be ule of New Y"rk City. ,'ilits( many diverging I linn rig! my agent for th" county in wbith they li\e. I L EON and adjoining -- 1 Prize of !15,639 ''I 1 Prizes of ..4i0 see, Florida, and J. \Y. SKIPPEU, NewPort I ., Glmns.ha"r.
tral locaticn give us unrivalled plaeor. \ I price for the mdividinl right to make Counties, that lit wi continue: the business in all ifs 2 Prizes of '. lU.Oo Ii Prizessif' .. ://M Fin. I Jan. 21. If60.Insolvent. 4-11m
; me:o* of tran.l".i&li..n. branches, kt the Stand where be found ?'I Prizes of ... April 9. 1860. 15-ly i .
ill forwarding to the most distant pomts. M y Ul.forf1': Plow i is f 2 per horse for the Manure Od may A 2 Prizes of 7,5vo 6: 111 -- - -- -- -
.d9Anta of our Establishment :.nl use tht ; e.ih.Distrbutor II all til.l. I 2 Prizes flf 5.0lf: 6; Prizes or ... 711 Notice.

The business b thoroughly uriangement perfected that order reesived I : t. "be material and making of the stock Hoc\air have (j. will any kind of a blade. about Harness llridles 1? Ilzel of l.rO I, Un l'eizce of .. SO I STATE OF FLORIDA I IWukulU l
the evening i ,
by destination and no orders are .1"l I II ready for pl.,wii both wood and ifOll wink rotMjJttt. n'/p.f nk 116 Prizes ef 1.00) I 4.745 P.iz..60f .. 2(1I -( County. JEM J
4 their way to their four Lour from the time of their t2. This iiiclude, \ blailes is owing to their weistht I and Machine Melting I 15 rrizd uf 5.U ilt7.1-0 Pr 1 of 10I ; returning his (banks for the verv liberal patronage I SPENCER adm.nlstrafor elIte ss'sliil?
Isyed over twenty : The cost of the charges for making' them which Of every variety. And in f ict. every article usually IN heretofore bestowed upon him the unl.r-I illi.im Peif late of W.kull. ""lIn'cf

I .r.captiun.j SAFETY. and what) the Smith \, i*dumrgcil for m'l1.inr any other I kept in such nu cstablishm ; and be hopes by at. I 32,396 I'rius... .. .Amo1mti/g to :89 589I signed wi.uld .: inform the public that h. ceased having filed in the Probate ( filer ,J ni
of all loss ilirongli the mail ifat' i is generally less than bung without weld cxcced- I tenti"11 to the. interests of his customers, to merit a I _- _. ." still continues tliwCAKItlAUE. I ec.cnty"fllhll siipre'ti"n that I.e behrrri tl.
j; We take the risk f..I:01l'f'd a in Catalogue which is kind of a plow hunk, give the proper sett.iiigly I continunnce of the patronage 1 Iber.llvIILlmY.d WHOLE TICKHS $10, hALVES $5 ; JIMLTEIM |25o BUSINESS : estate of sai lI I Wiilium! Pelt to be insolvent 'h,r..Jt.'
the directions are Houses. Money sent e-mple, mid envr t II steel lur/inii plow blade.A upon Irs predecessor. E ------ ----- notice w hereby given to all per an,, busing them
Dot lone by other Gift Book will \ Certificates of f Packages in the above Scheme to In all its vnriou. neht --- '
t, J order or lettcrs.DC".i1 stptk mnipletc -t |t) our .lii'| ;g here ,lOUtscooter : The suWiiber would also inform bis fronds and -:- against. raid! estate to appetr and file the samei
to wr I
in the form of draft if registered payable according to law. area and sweep, will co 1 jc Iron work Clu \bf' fur. public that he continues, the Ag.nc} of the be drawn each W I.I..by. wi. b Sold a the fol.I at the; OLHSTANUp; r. ; the Inlge..f Piuhate fj'said county on or Ufff'1.
funds f 5. TIle slacks willw>ut I \1" .ti celebrated I, lowing rates which is tlm. : pcxite 1st of July 1SPO, .lwn there will be a pro ra'''4*
i insured a safe return. tiialil at CO cents eatli been introduced it bis ,'ei1aowl an.ijuethy CcrtincaJ cf Packa of 26 Whole Tcket|14t 5i') and hope by strict attention -, tribtitiou of said estate among the creditors ot u.J
AGENTS- \\Tireler n lson' Machines. Half 75 to his business ) :
I where this plow has 4' $ Setcing ; to)1
to become so Every estate.
&. Book A f'nts. and term those. II-d ten siring books en he .ol,1 Wen considrrrd \ vrnirnl and FJfi.i I Tallahassee S..pt 24, 1859. 39Taylor's I I. 2tf Quaiter 373 mflt a rflltunc.tbe of F I i H. L UESDF.RSOJuTge of PioU.
of
should cumin our Cm -- -- share public patronazte. ,
of in the i The Most Lonomical, -- ------- Dec. 31. 1859. 63-fim
-ncnrfi
be disposed ,
In tbe same time that one may In ordering Titkefs or enclose the : I ----- -- ------ ----
t regular var.. through the iuducemeuts given by.us I cirnt Cullirafor En A \ '. anti, intemg,; : .nt : Cotton Gins, amount tif morwy-to our fd.lres.Certilrate., you wish He would al o in I n',1-ulla Circuit Court.-In Equity.
rrliab. ,
I to the putchia'er. A great many (f the nx.it n ceititit-atM (,f i 1 45 and 50 Saw Gins, Ol minuend for I to purchase; nnmi the Lottery which yon wish it .rnstbepuWkthathe Mary E. Lawrence, 1r
Mf" We pay the most liberal commissions to I planters of Middle Florida !'A."ens\ MOil a, i8| 4 0 sale by HOi'KINS & ME< l S. I invested nnd whflher yon wish Wbolis" Halves or lias fitted up a room a his shop for taking }V Bill for Divorce.
ff
opinionh
.Lgnts extensive stock I its efiicirney. and are luO\ll'u. it will be the Only I |I Quarters. .m rest "f 'hil'b"e semi what is or. B 0 0 C. S 1 Francis I.. Lawrence, )
rjf- We keep tbe most varied awl I metits become p nerally VCuieot, but DOUBLE tl'LIXDER I! dered, by first mil igeth-r with the scheme. appearing to the satisfaction the] Court Ijffidavit
circulate the the most *** DROP'S Pictures taken from small fire to a cabinet:
tint a
"uly IT
u'Cl' up
and gratuitously txfrS >
of Books and Gifts I Plow Immediately attr the drawing rint.1 Draw. filed thni the drfriwtnnt m this BiHr
most complete and best classified catalogue m theGOuntr I cheapest p i.w they have ever seen. !|f all] this, GO SAW OIl ing. Certified to ly tbe Commi86ion 1 will b sent and: life lizI'. Deceaaizuri-'rrs: copied mend enlar.dt ti.lts out ff the Stkte of Florida : It is fI"If'r..t! IIot!

!. I Tim r .\r bas tjke, the first .prt'mllO''e.1inml two I I with an Lxplanatt life size cither on paper or cunvns-s. ready .for i a hearing be had upon the fact i-b.1rged in tsul, Bw
to all whop beenenter.l.! \ p. KUHNS.KT"
I jgy- We guarantee perfect satisfaction State Fair it hac ;Carolina 1a\ te Fair OU sale by HOPKINS A JIEGINNISS. Purchase will please write their ligature paintitig.'M. tlffQfe the Jud:.. i.f the Mi.I.lle Circuit of tnM!' IJ:'
I p may favor UI with their ptronage. I were 'ardMI'1t it If'the South to hu \ J 'his F Apiil21.1S60. I t give thi name cf'Jieir Post Office, ( : Cal and examine specimens. / Q I of Florida on tie first Monday of July n<-.t tt-
SEND ron ROOR. I last Fall ; but r do iof ,ant planters :.0 anti 14, 3-tf that of this ord-r b. pyU.Win
t- HOW TO alone I wsnt ihi* --- -- -- --- --- Stlte. Jai further ordered a ci>py
f Orders of Five D-wk and upwards. should Kr sent : Opifl these rt.-comm1lodaflOM the made-given ti" m II J. JOHNS: I A I communications strictly confidential. ---- the Fl.ridian ami Journal, once a Week,l Jut ItS
and safer buy the right-ban plows il All prizd of (1,000 and under paid immediately P. B. W'S. months.
cheaper iT three
p it JJF
i* BrOKA
if possible, as niaking ... Dealer in and of all linds space
by expres arid if after properly 'ma'e Manufacturer .
h 0
'I' mail.J fair trial ) o: after the Drawing' -other prizes at the us'ial Passed at Chambers this 29lh thy ef Msrch.
than by : ofMrafts them they do not find them us a \"elt- i. I I AMERICAN AXD ITALIAN LIVERY iHB SALE Ju
i I i if ptllIit.le.lbou1.l be ser t in form them thair TJI time of lorty da,. STABLES I86 Money to return DlIY.
if lost tlavngh the mail. pledge myself I I Mut'h :n. 1Asn H-2m
be stopped AOMTS
.. paymeutcan: fair thcv could ask WAJTTI MARBLE WORK FLORIDA. -
ri.1 think is us TALLHASSEE.
til be s.'nt at our ,
Letters enclosing Money may to-law. These A. J. PEELER. TaKshassee Pie ONUNTS7 : Our Sinae Number Lotteres 'FHE Proprietor would inJ. Notice.

provided they are registered and within ocoordiog the rc-ach of all, I hive a Shop in this place exclusively en.g I )iTOMBS.. hEAD: STONES Ac CAPlta PIIIZC $. form his friends nnd the
Jrecauti are simple Books. in making and repairing. these P ('.w.. 1 I ] ." Yard -1ABI.K11. Pla. public,that he has rebui his, _ months after date the undersigned will pre
ssurinc the ssfe transmitUnc of title. in MacS letters I chaii>g plantation rigt can be f'I".bed, with plows \ Work as it T.lAllu"e. DRAW EVERY SATURDAY. I arge Brick SUbles, at the old Itn.I, and i! DOW SIX his final account aiid vouchers to tlie J **
the OI
Ikasheap b
rjT I" ordering books 18 cents pound iron work, 24-cents per pound Et accommodate his friends aud customers ot Probate of Leon county.and apply f"r a finsle
onlvTsbould dT1** wilting should be plain I ai per than other s,1860. 19GiaBlacksmith WIIOLK TICKETS MO; HALVES ?:; QrAUI}2.50; prepared to rl
tltt
woik which is less per any Ati.7 hia Blacksmith from the admiuinistratioir on the rstats
and tAte sU }uld I steel pund He also bas attached t<> Stables a good charge
and the Name, Pit Office. County i can be made for in this l ; : lie will have have done all kinds Mary M.Townsend deteaed'. lute of said e"nntf.
I plows :: Orders Tk-kf or Certificates in oi Shop wbE'rt
avoid mistake. J any
be dUtinct to 7 to Jur.e 30. Shop. LYMAN SMITH AdaiL
: 4 1 S.iO. and work in
Mend for n Cafnlopnc. Fe' -, --_-_ I i be above S 'h" 1 In be directed to Plantation work Horse shoeing Carriage
Direct nil communications to D. W. EVANS I WILLIAM P. SLUSSER milE BRIBER HAS REMOVED HIS WOOD. March 10. 18(0.. 11-\ "

& CO.. 677 Broadway New York. I I llTaekmnii. ii; or. WOD.f'DDY c CO..St. Louis. Mo. pitch. Notice.SIX .

: March 31. 18 0. _14-3m- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 0 HENRY HA C to -. I; : Ciicul containing Schemes fir the month November 1853. 44 *
/ -- CorpKH.Tix AND SHEET from the Motwt'e IL 'U$ t sent, fr of expense, by addressing above : months from the first publication ef tlist
OF and HarnessFor '
'the
Buggies P
Hamlen
Carriages t
M.TFACTUREU .
Nathaniel .ftheestl
build wgadjoioin, mmislrali-r:
the the unilersignwl
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL cThe: Ditings of \\ood, Eddy & Co'l Lt.
WARK rk- "
IRON" f Mr. E.RCU Sale P. B. Brokaw. deceased, late of Leon e-wrtT'
COMMISSION MERCHANT. Shop <* (eric" nrc publihetl in the New York Herald, by of John Purkhill
JAAtAZ3 "
DEALKB is Pti, FA>CY ANt opposite Messrs. Hopkn I bit final account to the Judge' of FruU'
York New Yorker Stasis Subscriber has received present
New Orlean.0 Ziun. /TPHE just a
No. 38 Po dras St., where b i iIH Tinicaaf ., be dist-hmrvesl.!
,; WAR & Meginniss' -- -- -- -- JL very l lsrze supply of Carriages.,. Leon county and ask to AdmtFeb.
ve Hratl-Qnnrtcrs. >\ prepared to perform a and which S. M. PARKUILL
Sti. Harness he off is
REFERS TO- SPLENDIDssortrnent Cwokiny. I'arlorLI. J. all work, including t FULTON FOUNDRY, for sale on the Tuggiel.mot reuuable terms. 18, 1880. 8GmBlacksmith

Gen.EsGo1".Jamu It. A. Mime E. Broome, )J T a u-hassee, Fla \ and Wood at SU reduced*'e!.trimmer prices. with neaUietsj*&. \ mtrJTteVto'Lw'charge, ste., in tl* **'ii* 'manner ALSTON.end des I TALLAASSEE- FLORIDA. Noretnbe 18.1854. 46 Notice,

-- A. B. Koyes Kq, }) Newriortt pj L and durability Out Duor Work. 1 patch. lS0. 1l-6m JOSEI ktentmneh: copy.Just JOIhI finElY-, OprltIOr.
!t. M. 'llt't'r. K. J \ March 10. DENSTRY.
.
Fix heads Guttermg.Copper I
John J. itiellutig. tiunicy. Omanentfll Froit

J. O Putnam Lu1.. Madwn Fla. I I Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work York.A built l o of the best material and worknxmship .
j Zinc. Iad PIJMS. ( U
! Auettfti-s Ste U. Ksq: Codar Keys, } .variety done at short mi"ce Per Bark Moxlttj from NeC1 aujU cheap A can be purchased in New
Pauiel B n. E q.. Hamilton cou.tJ. Fla. I of every CousdtYsiliCrcltaflt$ SELECT Ixt of BRAXPIES. CORDIALS York or any or0eni city and laid down in Florida. -
} I city and I Mills,Grist >lill'. Gin &..,
E 1. Remington, Eaqnwmas*ille, Geo.Ed. call SYRLPS. CItJAKS an-l CANDIES. Castings fur nw Gearing.
.Set;?us. Esq. I, I Are respectfully invited to give me I bef"Je purchasing Perfect Love Cordial, ltaeh.bcrry Syrn'. I tc.. coostantUon(H bAn. Sugar Mills from 12 t.18

_ Jack i. Kn.su,Ksq, DuncauvJle Geo. cll'ht'rt. mr.nufactucd from the Lose dI, J..ptii.'it do inches iu diani ter 'l\'IY" on httnd.or made to order. DR. T. J. CUR LEE,

Nov.30. UI6JI_ 47_ I rar N. 11. All articles warranted durable. Kg \r Mint do I'iue Apple do J Some beacnul( patterns of Irou Railing for graveyard *VOULD return his grateful acknowledgements Ef All/J/
Lot material ami I Anisette do Strawberry do I ?, -e I V r' to the citizens of Georgia and Middle BLACKSVITH BUSINESS
GREAT SOUTHERNUIVENTION 'Ie''U be offered for S1e. 42 Orar s do Cogtiae Bran'hy, ISIS, Jobbing vJrk of all descriptions executed with and East Florida for&uter liberal patronagereceived THE will le carried on as berl't..r.wi. reII ,

_ _ -0------ a Octber 20. 1855 Kernel do Cln.itipa.ne Brandy, n.'tnt8S iu4 despatch. 'A I orders addressed to from them during the very past five or six years. OLD) STAND, by the w.dersignel. the
KONEY & LLOYD'SPATENT : -ALSO- Job."CirdyTaliahasaee, J'lorda will b promptly He will continue the practice of the above profession I I thanks (or and solicits a enntiiMut1 "( pu

SOl"'I11F.Ri II' : A large acaortnent ci fiu CANDIES. Apply to I atten Jed to.I m those stctimis of country, and hat made such p.mflfille heretofore 10 liberally tlstt'I.t"t'ot 1BLACKsmTH
pert' having fJ or oVminds against March 1 7, 1 f&O. I 2t I C. N. IV EST, pr: Terms Cash. .jI arrangements with manufacturers of Dental M uterisis I I July 1. 1859. 30 D. C. .
deceased.
___J. .ILIcw. I ALL cstal lf to Holt present ihem. I I -0--- Koith. as 'to enable him to put op TOLL Mtts of !
l lste of Leon ee'un.-" are ISTotice.HAVlifc teeth in any of the popular at from fifty to
Patented Dee. 7lbt 1859."VTTE authenticj'ed. to unJersipie.1within! Special hundred dollars less than bloee. foe
tly ONC'
iniTeatiis
1 bate SUBSCRIBER | .
attention- -of-the- -public- to our n.wV : lie titus prescribed by law wll or nttU they Ptymwt will be tarred imniedi -; $. )1 ), rV13NNO&1 t /- purchased the interest jTOeph Cardy the same in the South (he mean what he says.)and =THE that b. hia f.peIMllI.II.',
call the well all accounts and ""
4 ati fied that it is the i meat and all U ilJcLteJ Foundry ts guarantees tem to b.DURABLE B"AtF1 BLACKSMITH mop .pIll" .a
\ ferlm !
PLOW : W. T.-AYLOlt Adul. I will hereafter be conducted South. i
I the business or where
iuvcnUd tejy. i due the copern, IU"ICUBLE" con put up Nort connection with his LITMT STAILP. r\
economical plow yet
/lonveuicnt. valuable sod lf&o. C-S\ FACT nB indebted will come need of his -'
tried supercede all _Ney 1: $ byjiie. Those please Those in service en. by drorpiU a ban done all kind of Plantation and Cms
been
.tt and mu,t. wfien it has I forward an!settle their note to him at either Mont:cello or lad 40n, Fla. .. LSDOHORSE .
- I other This is Ole opinion of experienced planters to sell i Notice. 5ixD I I accounts.JOHN CARDY. i have the work done and time to test it Uftn pay. -A **. *'' .
examined it. We are are prepared this I SHOEING ID tb.'fry
who Uve and rail the pecl l attention ut the pvblic I SIX Months a/ler the fIrst publication inal of accountand no (Commission .iltoljants t Jerisr4 18&i. slytecutor's top for it. r use every endeavor t A M" J
I patents, secure Uiem ao.ni. The plow ULe vniiffsigscd will present his rrral f3B The best references given if desired. with dispafcb and to gglf,

call that be Uwse seen wishing at Lloyd may and we. will leave patterns voters to tli.tie.Jce.r A.l'rtf L( Fisher'.f Leoo deceased county.as ,. NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF Notice. December !5. 1868. 68 P. B.

- ii: distributed at different !.l:1c.'u ROY vary: 0011.L LLQ"D.JaD. 1, late uecwtor.f of nid and Vk o t.b flilharled. U F. HANCKEL, \ I $, ;U hereby given; to all persons having Fellow Cizizens January 1. 1S59. I____ -
,u\J' Ex'tr.ApriUS.lt.Cf. lTOTI the estate of James L. Hart, de-
I IM. '
-1 14. I 3-tf' -- : AU'RfP rSUER. W. 1 TUNNO. } Charleston, S. C I hail of againat county, to come forward and THE BOOKS belonging to ri* estate of 1.y. Notice.
J8mI TUN NO
-
L
R I teAse Edwin A. Hart show that many of yon are 'ue that .iT1
Notice.A E "wnL rU tiju, Iutbeticted t by law, or estate in sums of f 1 and upwards. The books and SIX roontle after Wal(,. tbt I.rs tu Ji J rIf'
Notice.OIK I Ul'l..rl
in Talla1- e tJU found with the his 6na1) aCCfoQtll1' ail 1 "
until
demands against -4-p-- accounts will be subscriber the
Iiav'mg claims or bar of their : I J"1.
/fie
- *\ LL Mrsoos Estate of Allied Br- nt. deceased kle of month alter UM first pubKcaUcn ct this no TN the of one of our firm, Jtefsrs. D. 0.J this not' wi indebted be plead \in> said estate wil.enr ple lit of next July. wben they will he tamed orer to of Probate I..eoncullnty.es .s( deet'" Jail II
the I exeAitor cf lie UU Will ab and all.: o with inttruetiomt ColleeL "Take due tor tlie -ftate of V. V. Shrine
lie the undersigned will ) to on
to 'at them (o undcrsuned O tae, of represent the Sheriff *rraait
Leon county within. are the noliSed time prescribed pe l by law or this and testament of Archibald Grafcaw. dflellte u*. receive WilsD and adun Ta1halH.upon al F designed fcrno cpinpfoj r apd PENELOPE make imme4i t plmet, .' Dotioe _hereof and govern yourselves accordingly. oonjJty..- and fl.T.BLOCKELEz0Apeil7,1860. ask'to be di..baned JBJ' <> *d"',

- in br of their recovery ; and all I of Leon o.ot".1I'11 pre t his Qoal aauallurtfutn. TUNlO k WOW LL A'HART.: Executor. 8. A: SPEKpEl& E\'r.
police: will be plead to niake payment la JQdj8 Probate of. eonnty HANCKEL Charleatan. EDWIN 17-Sw Kewport March 24,1 WO. 11' 1Hm
_ 1 indebted are requested disehar 0 O. FONpER, April ,18G. .

#persons mmediiiely.5, l6 JOHN A. McINTOSU n-"w Ad'u'r.Nay 1 I ask April t b, [0(. \ U-& FJt.I Jan.58, 1660. 6. 1ST Sentinel ePt.'J -





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