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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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, 'I'U AMKNWILN'TSConstitution IIII: prOfr5Sionalh b gnsinrssi ;i ; [11 i MONTVALE SPRINGS.-- I AMES & LIVELY, J. R GREGORY & CO., |I UNITED STATES_ MAIL.



of the State, i "-"MILES NASH & t7b:- = LAMER fc Sots 1860.S. AM> A. P..WATT Owners I 'YlIotESn;:: JtETAILTALLAHASSEE ($lC'ESon'Wholesale and TO E Retail I AUV4SD Dealers,inIJllt'GS J 0.,) 'I I TOST OHICr May: r>1C rr. RTXE5tr 1SCO.( )>,

AI"'!'Tl:111\; : rn C;J.N11.tL A5UIL0 ami Proprietors ; also Owners mainl\. and
ASD MEDICINES "I) for conveying: the mails of ,
-- nopos.L
the.tni-
DIALEItI IN Projiiiftors' of KINUU Here :Montgomery I I A ,
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,, October
1. 1
I m 6(1. to
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\\ \ < Al.ihaini.IAVELEJIS! 186 .nn the following roiit-* in the State of Florid,
,,1 I t\f\ ClllKtltllll.m tl > !;,!" |f Fi"li L' !L. '.1 I ll 1 It >\ 1 I. flr itI-NCI.4j'-. t ". .......iffauJhnief : l-l.r r i" : on (ti.<- Rail r..a.ls from Dalton.r will L received at the Contract Office of this Depnrtmrnt .

; > /../.rr.. ./",.,...I ,( .;." /...'. ./ /Vvrr.I'M MEI ICIXIS.: J[ OILS J .1. ChatLil''pi Kimxvil'e: :!' T hr.f illite:. ieaibMiitvakby | until p. m of July SI next, to bedecid!il "

I. .f A"M"i.fll' .,*.,;. "' 'i !al the Mh M-rtiou of ;. I tikm; b'tirMcht* tiller at Lou.tuor ;
,' i"1.::! .nticl.- ol the lV lI..it-i"1 uf this SUtr 1.111! i tlit-.i; n. '!-1.I :r.,!the p-iblic KnoxiiTlc! Slii'e; t'ie last ><' !'. new btsil!,!Jin sLave 'i 6508 From Stark by Cadiz aud Ti-nir.on. to

,, 1. r.--.r"T be .s "1U.tru,! :.-. to rtn4r.nv JtiMi-e I "TOULOmf.rl1 !I. itil 1 .. t.1 l f"-rtPient oft uc Inen added. tli- irroui-d f'.!ii >;.J an.! moie riltk.6& miles anti back, once M Wl' k '

pi: ;lir Supreme C crt. l..IIC't I..or tnr JwL* t>f 0.5 1! rtid" as are iien.lly kept! n thsr! : :line of business Iii;h'y! ci.belji1ed.] tin(>\aids .ai.te.l(orrloard:5,gar. ,, Leave Starke Friday at 7 I m ;

S'.I IT.: 1..I l.jiiMe: tn iILwt y 'p m ;

,the Supreme c.JU.<'
upon ''la ground that tl.! f.i'.t-f if anotbei and
it t <>:'Kiv. station s* pot "f'".wr atld! .nii 'l"ai'.?. -- "Hotel business (II Mac
\mth <;.nral Asminfaly -I'a.-*TV i{ large and complete U>ck of pure 1! run by a quicker schedule: \ill Le c..idelt
,
,' c ..p-tiiutK'iul; l ru.ij.uity January 8. ISO?. Pa*cd year Eipcrcnec, Las taUi.it them tLe wants cf the i 11.. RE now receiving a larirtf am! fih supply of S Drills, Itlrdirincs mtl (In-tnicnls, I fist' 'J }'f'1 btnike. bj few lliver.to l'ruTifnc. ,

tic 11 11-" of Ht1..eunlati\u I.) tLe euiisliiutiuna eE.tiia i 'fc_,nt.I'iG: rn.uc; ; aiid they u>ure all who seek I IiiE.ITII. e.tl"ariell aiticles kepi l hy Druggists.J'LAXTERS Dye-Stuffs Oils 36 miles and back. once a week.

ruI..nt) Ja-iuary 1*. 1S5S.] I i-eJI0rsor riFATBE, that n) Summer I'e- J'J/Y'Ji 7J A>, Pain. SliriTur I Leave Stark Monduy at 'a m ; ,
Vitrtiiskes
@lafcfirs (floths I Irtodiij sort i ism..re(>mplete than MOXTVALE I'K1N"CS: I and others will always find! nt this rstabliahmer.t a t I j'Cntine, lrl'/ts, Ca" Arrive Pr"iJeu by 6 p m :

A\ ACT to mnrml' lh* 7tli ..<;i.n of d.8 IStlt IUti- in the EXTENT: and "ARn.TT..f tneiiis by which: these I full upily of every thing needed in our hue and on phcne, Burning \ lJoiD I Lrave. Providence Tuesday at 6 a m; a

d.! .f the Cumtitntmn f.' this Mate Sterllcg SilTcr Fine Plate Ware
c M .. -x I. I:" f' "lade''l Hf .*>>! .tfr rW //"u. I I the ,public to their advantages! in all theSe rr p.ci.: Market. Ord.rs by Mail or otherwise promptly at- I gcthcr with a fine asn'itnient of Bids! for semi weekly and also for tri weekly ttijH I

0': i.firl'< *'-ii"f* '.''t' "Y FtitriJ'i ill (CHt:- l'1Jr:3i7: LID r LiL"Z' J;rr, 1'\j':1tlu1C'lIh an- all rnufiiLT fitted up ; pron tcnded to and tilled with tIe .vm. correctness as if : .,,1 L eonsitkrei..

,'T, -,11".1/. t'o'IrI""I'J. Ti.at llw 7cb MCtHm of the : TALLAIIt-vtr. Mor.IIlA. ijn( arc aurnil.uit: :( prepared aud hcrve.1 by UKUt personally purckised by Customers. To Cash and TOILET A.::D r.\ AUlI'ICL15, From Silver Spring, by Carlton, Orange

I I3th article or the Cnn4JtatK4l of (his Mate L. no I. c Springs, aDd Morrison's Mills, to Bellamy Station.

"?.ni.\: < n- tn wl,.allli.iilic.! of <.s.* Ittitik shall WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. and a-Jtijuate!; tn all ..IcmautI can gin them entire satisfaction. Our TOCK ILiir, 'J'tMlh, Nail, nnd other JSrusIi- 52 miles and back, three times a weekLeave

It pi\bV in Fp-i 4'. cn1 tlie acrrf atf the Ital-ili- %3fmirJer/ Hair \\Vorkfiom over SCO del':".. ( }'r..ib."il1, ( .tc., Fupjilied at taLk! an.1 rise- priis.s- cllm-I c*; Jorn. huryantl [Indi Rubber Drtit" Silver Spiiug Monday, Wednesday an J Fti i-

.i 11'1 aid I i"ues (If a "tIck (rrtuse of dc| o it ).liall! I March :. I$Grl. 10 where. All the AOCfv-nuiM: 6.r tNJ(iTMiTan,I I.EC Dru '. Dye Stuffs, il a:11 Tine Combs: fancy ToifrtSonpi day at 6 a m ;

at no tinw exceed d .uhle tint am uut of its capital I -- ---- -- -- EEATIOX at the best Witteiiu l'ln'' Will i 1m fund I Medicines Varnishes, Arrive at IMIumy Station by 8 p m ;
.took |!.II.l! iu. R. II BERRY here. Over five hundred xiet-Ucjii b<> acrumm "latcd.As Chen-teals. Puttj ; Pomatum ; Choice Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday, Thursday l ant

[Ninth General I't1\.ty-raH', l tl* Senate Ly to the nnivK: |>r<>|)erii.*a of tlt!. WATEUS Perfumery, liui-uin? Fluid, 1'rrfitmrry, 4'(, $(, .t.c. Saturday at 4 a m;

tl. e tI.ituti.tf141 nrtjolit"J.I..Wlry ".1"'.?. Ituced I Auctioneer and Commission FIVE cspcrionct-d uLsii>i\r l'hkLuu testify a! ful Faints, Cainphine) All of nhirh ll.t will sell nt rea rblpri..< trr Arrive at Silver Spring by 6 p m.

. the Houf Ropiest-nut by the constitutional lows : OiK Olass \\ itre, keeping roiti-taiitly suppliel with artid. in their. Bids to commence at OI ajd run t Silver

majjnty JaiiUAry 1" IH.8< ] MERCHANT.TiLLin "They r.re in theirtts on the hitman sv t?> will endeavor Spring, Ac, "mie cOl ,

EF. FU, Sept. 2':'. 1 SDI. :. C9 PiurHic.: VjAIh..rdi] \jHri.-nt, Highly! Alid..t.I Fine Tooth and Hair' Manufactured Tolll'\. to merit the patronage LcreM-i in-tat..ced 6523 to Bellamy Station 50 miTes -

AX ACT t"' a.n..1 ha am..aJ..1 C."tWti'nion' .tlI.e I F.ahilcrn.t.t(. .-rtlor)l 'wei.fully! .1." ide. They Lave, Pru-liPS, Patent Medicines, cjH'U their predocessor. nnd back, once a week- ,

State ..f ,Kl",ii.l. '::1 Itlati.'I1 ltl th ae&-inIas ct tLIJoiiA \ II. l lcUO\) \LU & ('0'S., perhaps. iw> nerd in -tli.a'iv, cith? .T ii the mineral: or Taiia Hru'h'l. Fine HavanMoilioiue : Segarts, Physicians TrcscrlptJons. Leave. Pilatka Mornl.iy, at :a 111 ;

flSfl.IItISi' 'o..n.I.I\. II vegetable kihloni f>r all ca"ft*coii.prthmJed iiisr Surgical Instruments Chest. Arrive at Bellamy Stltic'l by 7 p m;

1:.1 I I. /.'. ,i-pI I... ill' .,/, ."ll/Met glilJKtijiag & onmmissicu Jlonw, the gciiiral terra li) >rJl''a with all their many and I suited to Plantation and Family use. Particular !IC'uli"1 p.i'nl to l'rt'H'1 ipt.l) -cam Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday at 4 it tn;

, ., Ktt,'.'""...'f-f tin .'>''* "f /-'rid i* ant.-; I vat itd! ciiiitaiiU as 1I)11O.tll'\I.11| i iiafi- Xcurl-ii. TURE "WINES ,.. UAXl>lK:<-rur jitCK-iXALl.iirrH.scs. compounded (lOW Pure UeJiciin.1 al 1 Il'>ir_ Arrive at Pilatka by .p m.
No. 102 NASSAU STREET Chronic Liver i' ,laii. nlar t the Jay anJ iL:!.*. Bills for semi weekly and also for tii
inrnt
rtl J Spin n A1.800 .() I triweekly |>s
: of I I"I"-atatiyu; M all I* fho'ua'iHvil t1I by tit* NEW YORK. Sick and Nervous Hf'hh"It'! ItabtMv.! : Vena -irr..j I I"f March 24.- SCO.:; 13 \ill lie considered.65'JG l .

,..'Ir'lI ani aiiailrr. ft. IhaICI1UUWQ! I I II It.e *.er'yua "\i'. .te. OUNCES SUL.PH QUININE. --- -- ---- --- From Fort. Gates, by Lk Charles and
JIO1. )
HEURi AS
. i vIals //1111 ami .ttf tL* un of t1.! (ir. clectiim AJurtsem'r.t.'i1I.c in: tl.is .! received as above, fjr puVUcation Tl.tir Diuutic j.rcperti render them a powerful I I). II. AMES, M. 11VELY. .1..L1 j1IF."hI EXTRACTS. lAKElr Silver Sri ing to ()ab. 85 b atk. one a ).

d..il<-i ili!,>. :iin n !rd ,4tIItituti'1 ami uol.nK'r ; aDd j'I paper.jAu remedy in inot-t easel of C'hrutiie Dropsy and aff". May 14. lSi.9. 20 wcik.Lcae.
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:M.dft:+i .I..i! if'* eurial Diseases, aroifein; ? the il!rmant ower of vitality CUD) BralJB Arrive at Ocala by ,
ni I '"!''III.tc v atLo r. I M n Liy of Xovembcr I i). 1'1'nn.1I ABCIIEK | SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, I ICA1v1PHENE
and thus oi"-i. d .lf': oand throwofTany Leave Ocala at 2
tii" nature t.
I
ul he Tuesday
in ",i'.i' .-. .It'.r at u 1i i ttIICS as issay prfecii'xJ ------- -- -- --- p r;
I t.y 'la,'. mOl Li.j or [>I
S}, e" />' ,/ /W."'i'r /-......'./. Tint the RqinnvnUiT'i1 PAPY & ARCHER, In frlu-rt all case ..f irotx-r.il! debility and eoervati 'u >_ ._ Bids for tcmi'W erkly service will L tusi.JereJ/ !
I KKZOSIM: : : & IAU :> OILS. -- --- ---
'!,fell '. cl.--i oil ti! <. fife S3 m.(.15 HI Ote a.1t01.1 t2> "t Lnvv I, will find a very n ;l'aJIwJ! reliable remedy in 6523 From )r..noouu.by Apopka Lake, Harriii
$f..1 i in i...1.! :11.,1) (\'n' eorm.,1 real fn-nittiKlaft"t' tl.. y these tater.Casts I!or sale by AMES it LIVELY Fresh Supply Lake, Ailamsville, Sumt.nilt! Monroe's Ferry

fir r!<,c!:
'!'i ul: >-i
", i I:, i'fA'r "Ifl.-I". Tit the ('t1iOfll -- -- -- --.- -- been curd by them. I PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, Iiddcrl\ilr"plc a schedule! of departures and

'! hi < tbf qualiiictl kot f. the trnn I AVe t!,> eariitwtly.; (." ..>re. in al sincf rity. reefmi- :
.h'I'1 ri xr i in n CII anti American \\ n.dow Gla ",
mend all snf. with Chronic I"BE Bids iu at Pierecville will
<'f i in \ c..rs at tile aiiK> tiin. hi the pntne ma'lTI..r. I per ntJI' ring Diseases, to it & 'n/lll'tre Lead, commence L nrll.let.G:3 I
i. .' ili.I, mine p1'ace* S IK!< r mmlHTf !I LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, come and make tii.,1 of the M Kit.leVatcrs." I)ItF-f'll RED expressly for Pudilinirc, lee Cream Snow White Zinc : From Orlando' (by tbeoutb sid\ Lh '

of Ii. H!" UM? <>f IN-mn: | T.t live aa.l IM jxroon tliill ; TALLlllASSr, n..oJI.1. ACH i! 2S, lbCi. 18-2-n Cakes Dance Munge,Custard*, Pies I'oriiie..t.c i Varnish, Paint and Sash: Brushes.jMXE Apopka) 10 Adamsvillc, 55 miles and bark,one a
''of a >. t"r utik-js' I Iw *ie a whit* man a citizen of I -- Roc,'i vcd frc'h by A M C 5 A LI V ELY.Miv week.
tho I tIi.I! Mnte and .!,\1\!! hate l'ot'sn an iultaljiui.t T"l J"ILL PractHT in tin Cir'-nil Courts of Gad den, NEW[ GOODS. : 21. IS:!. ClCongress ASSORTMENT OF FEATirElTlTuJT- Leave Orlando Wednesday! a 12 m; ,
Leon. \\ iikulla Jrflirs and Madison and
if
<.f th', SUtt- for two year*nest ["receding:!1.15 election, i, _.v t S. Arrive at Adamsvill nest Jay by 6 p in;
attend promptly' to tl e collodion cf notes and accounts o-
-- ----- --- Leave Adanm ille
uJ tl.. lastoir tlivrrof retitictit of the .lLiiict tJr I Water. Friday nt 'a m; .
in ol said (C"IIt'i.: Joseph Weber Lull, best and Common.KEKO.EXE. .
any Arrne at Orlando next day by I !
. c.nir. fn nhicblie *!ial U- ihoscn, an J tLall have I G pm.
127" Ofllce in the Ciji'u1, opposite the door of the \ FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for I\le Bids to ruu on the north side of Lake Apopka will S
d the
attaii ape .A.Uorn..v'.O'nc'ra1"fijC'e. 1.I.y AMES & LIVELY. be
considered.
s 4 t'' ficrtlrr r*"<-t..l. That the e:as.ifica- ( ; Lard Xeat F..tJ Tra: Oils, I
LiSa of f'nalore'rnaJe at tIiefirstssionsftIe i Gene- -Fob.. 27-. -1&5->S.-_ --9-lf-- _- AND UEALLB: IEeadyMade > cA. 4t. S Jay U. lSl9. o'Nhite (rx.iicd and .) 65S6 t From Clear Water Harbor to 'jlDJpa60

ill ,Au.nl.4v li'ld Ill tl>. year 1S15. shall continue A. GALLIE Clothing :T' ,- ., a I unlil }Fluid Camji'iene: rt., .l(. mils In.1 back will, once \'VeI.

Ud1&fliS'I, one kaiff vrLuiu, as nearly as 1"lC'sILle. AND GL>TLtVF'sFurnishing1 -. I 7- Lead. ---; -- -- ------- ldJl't. piojvse a departures. and I
sail rltnien 101 ever hereafter tientiially f-r the &c. :*
EXTRA and No. 1ro'm.1 in Spices
/'rvnJe [. and it is DEALER IN Goods, Prr.r pure Lin- Proposals fcr twice 1 ""ct1 servicesill con
of four b
t Still y just bv sidered.653'J.
i.',kr..,tl.&' the term ofofllre of ttiat cla"wf Sffia. TaiIaiiave, fl1i. AMES JL LIVELY. Clxy.nx. Cloves, .tmc *. Lace, Oirier .t.)

ton uUf''J'ir..1) n.t the Lust el.ti'ofll.lll lel themeideJ DRY GOODS PRO\TISIOKS"! r['11 E SulM-nbpr 'n now rfCc-i'ir?, at his store neat May 21. 1255 21 Ginger'late and lil.ick JCilery t. From.Augusta. to Pirrreville 10 miles aol
. ..(.tutuui. ShIll exterd: t.s and expire on the ht 1 to K. 11. iM-rry's Aurtu.n I M.ID. n well select' .a.d tte.1. Allpies'Cernneeas3 rhi.k-l-'f}> fk.olicc a w V. '
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Leave AI."!U at C
Thursiiy
Seed Nice
) Oct. eighteen hutxlrod r.nd "ix'\-l.u'o. fctockofSl'UIXOiSUMMKUiiOODS.suicableforGENTLEMEN'S B.tUe. hllll Oi. am.
MtodiT III C'r. -AND- Guava rind Cuirtnt Je1li.". Prnnrs Anise at Purciile! l)
IEXON'S ------ --- by a III ;,
fee .r> fie tt fu.rtltr es.i-fJ Th it the first e'.ce Sardines Pickled Chster*, Ilrandy 1'cach- "
WEAR, 1 71LAVORLNG EXTRACTS of all krad. Leaie Pierce\ille! Tlmrsday at 10 a nj;
.\ euiUUieo undt-r! this r mtituti tlullil GROCCKILS HLXERAL.November .
t 15U for > < e', Piwrrved Lemons OraJl ec. Pine Apj.Ica! and Arrive at Augusta by ft .
the 6r t Mun>1ay in ("M "' !..UeniinJi cun=islinj; in part of > ra.C541
( | 1O on (r ei; Ife53. 46 Ginger, Green Gage Marmalade Lcrpon Syrup, Ka .
1" p- ---- -- -- From Cedar Key to New Orleans- (La. J
<.! aPI l iii'y' and the Ci't "er i"fluf the (JfDrtl -- --- French and English Cloths, Cassi-- berry do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do., and flin- TSIXOLA S. Gt-latine. ic. 405 miles and I sick, daily III ctearm-rs. S

Ai' II.LIuaJer this ametideii C'tn.stitution shall FIRE INSURANCE mcrcs and Vestings' PCT ilo., Haspl>erry Vinpffar. Fresh Salmon Lolwler.Hidd _1__ Fresh Lemons by every Steamer.: Leave Cedar Key daily at 5 a m; S
' Arrive at Orleans
next
l.undied and ilxfr: of tile latest lot_\Ie and best quality which he is prepared day by 0 am.
ci"ht''n tine. Scotch Ale and Porte Cocoa. Furin
t'oII.. lit 'I fin ttitr ueeJ, TLat the sessions of STATE FIRE A\D JIARIXE nSURAXCE to make up to order in a \\"! m.UrliLe and IHESI CIoolate. : Leave New Orleans daily at 2 p m;
30,000 Havana Starch, Bermuda Arrow Hoot,
SogarsAME
(0'1 Arrive at Cedar next 6
Key day
faahiouable and Ki TEIMS. Ai- by p tn.
tIll! r.riMMjl; A. shall not -stoiad PEXXSYLVAXIA.INSURE manlier on :A'OXADLE
cmbly orer thirty
& LIVELY. Tapioca Barley Sago, ic."OUKE 6542 From Cedar Key to Key West 600 miles
rJ 'ivi In .duration unless a coest utiojial majority of against loss by Fire on the usual terms so, a general ortincnt ofREADY.MADE Miy21 1. 1859. 21 -- and back. twice a week in steamers.
shtll deem it No menl\.er .. CLOTHING Cream Sup. Carb,.Sod.i
the mer.l- rt cxjicdieiit. I F. H. FLAGG, gntTal1a.buseco. Tnrtr. Bid (len will schedule of and 4
a
. i'.ll Derive jtty from the State. his inices after December IS. 1858. 51 Black and Fancy Silk! Crt, and Tics SII lb. Me- _J_. Sal Soda lum. Saltpetre Sulphur arrivals. propose departures

tUrxpuati ,n of Ihiity days couUnuously: (row tlairi t I II -- -- -- -'- lino. Silk and J Cotton Uudvr ShirU, Collars, Half CodLiver Oil.ITMIESII Indigo. Copperas, Ac Proposal to embrace Tampa will be considered.

. > !'n<'"iiriit, of the tCEMXi.Sic Edward M. West Hose Gloves, A*.. te. AND PUHE of the ci-lebratcd-Brands" --- --- 6543 From Newnansville, by St. Louis, to New
LEECHES Land.
I 7. lie ii farther ruafttd. TLattliejct entitledan 3" HC would take this mcthol of returning Clark A Co. t RII*hton',. S WIWII constantly ( River 22 miles and bate once a week.

. art t<> UIncTI l the Con>-titutioii of this SUit so nIl AUCTIONEER& COMMISSION MERCHANT, thanks to his old customers for the liberal patronage Fur sale by AMES i LIVELY. -- ------------- Leave Newnansville Saturday at 6 a m;
.
u jiiakr the srs ioos of the (!twral Aestrubly bientl heretofore bcetoTed bias and trust*, by strict attention 1869. 21
TALLAHASSEE FLA. ou : _May_21. J HOULDER different kiudfElMTltflET Arrive at New Itiver by 12 in ;
J .: ,tieteaI 1 of anutial' be a.n.f the same i i. htreby to business, t J merit a cnntinnnnre uf the S Im.CI : Leave New River Saturday at I m S

abrogated all.I! xmmlied. ku far as the came U iucoasultnt PROMPT attention :ivtn to Consignment to his same. JOSEPH WEBER. TTST RECEIVED-A SlJpplyol Mn. ALLEN'S Arrive at Newnansville by 7 p m.p ; "
with tliiroTu iiiiis of tliis a'-t. uext d onr to Ames | March 24, IEGO. 13 t CO'S INIMITABLE HAIR 65iO From little Riterby Samuel Barber's and
[ lM'ed the house of Retircsmtatives by tin Stllre. [Doc. 17, 1859.! 50 For sale AMES i LIVELY. <
--------- ------ by 1 warranted to hair William Johrjson'a to Shoaltown, 22 miles and back,
tIoDtotuti.na.1 majoiity January: 15 lR.'('. ]'a edllii -- -- - 21, 1859. 21 r'tor grey
May .
S. to its color at the Corner Store. onceaweek.Leave .
NEWG () 0 D oiigmal Drug
MEL
Cou.titutioujl &
Senatt ttll
by tuajonty January POST --- --
Little River
at 10
J. GREGORY 4 CO. Thursday a tn ;
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II, 1IIJ] English Linseed Oil March 21. I?G(. 13 Arrive at Shoaltown by 7"p m; !
COMMISSION MERCHANTS .
RARE INDUCEMENT. --- Leave Shoaltown Friday at 5 a m ; .
Orrict or TBS SccarTAtv or STITC. l 61 Poydras Street, \ PL'RE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale ROF. DARBY'S } Arrive at Little River by 2 p m. i I
Tallahassee. March lath, I EGO.I J r -o- .1) by the Cask or gallon. P at the Corner pnOPUYLACl. 'LUI 6552 From Waukeeoah by Fmhollowar, Ecou- J J tpheuia. v

hereby certify the, tor'going acts entitled .AD IsTOil W OB.LEANS. I BEG leave pectfully to draw the attention of AMES A LIVELY. J. R.GIIECORY&CO. (local) Spring Warrior and Cook' Ham. .

Act to amend th- 8th section of the 6th article cf tL. i --- the citizens of Tallahassee and adjoining countiesto May 21. 1355 ____21Compound__. _______ March 24, 20CO. 13Denslow's mock, to Clay Landing, 109 miles ami back, once a'
I tbe fact that I am now io p jsseesiun of a complete week.
C.miUtution (.f the State of FloriJa. An Act U REFER TO
amend the 7th section of the 13th article of the Con- I Tallahassee Fla. and well assorted Gentian Leave Waukeonab Monday at C a m; .
. Uesirs Thomas J Perkins d Co., Benzine
j tiiution, of this State." ".An Act to amend tin I I. It. Harris .t Co.. Quincy SPRISGXD SUMMER STOCK, 5E1 : :11. JITfl5 .:c' Arrive at Clay Landing next Wednesday by 6 p m;
mu-nded Constitution of the State of Florida in re- Denham & Palmer Monticcllo COMPRISING OF LIQUID for taking out Paints.Varnish Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 6 a m; I
, itliun to the sessions of the General As.*nibly." to St.Marks BITTERS are an infallible remedy fur ANEW l Stains from Silks or Woolens of all Arrive at Waukecnab next Saturday by 6 p m. S
"
Beard Denhara, Dry Goods Clothing Hoots and Shoes, Fancy _i Tiill>is and all disorders, arising from a deranged '
b. of the nets f11 1 their color while
tin* and correct copies original en I Kev West kinds, without injuring or texture, NOTES. f
Mr. James Filer, Goods Straw and Goods condition (.f the digestive DeMlitj. -
Millinery organs
iu tills Atlanta DY'Ipepsia no odor. is with the same .
office.Witness official signature. Messrs. Naught & Ormond, Geo. Wooden Ware Liver Low Spirits, ( Appetite leaving unpleasant I use Proposals must be to carry the mail with 'eelerit].
Groceries and Cmplaint success for Gloves their
my u J. N. Mt I Kicnou A Co, Thomasville, cleaning altering S;1
Ac. AMES A LIVELYSIlty certainty and security ; using tbe terms cf the law.
F. L. ILLEPIGUn lale color also for stains nut of
removing
Watches and A.C. ; greasy
of State. Angus! U, 1658. 33lyMEDitIi __ Jewelry, 21, 1859. 21 the Corner PRpr and they must be guarantied by two responsible perIons
Secretary __ _ of all kinds. }'orale.at Drug I S
n
PC'lIioOIl" which I offer at n.tonislin: j low price certified to aj such by a poetznasterorjudge ofa
The Jacksonville Standard.
Lir Tamra IVOTICE.J. J. GREGORY 4 CO.
Ui and Marianna Patriot will publixh (for six monthsaad Grateful for the hbeial pationape heretofore be- GAEN SEES: March 24, 1860. 13 I court of record. "
stowed upon me I respectfully solicit a continuance No pay will be made for trips not rlortted. and
, March forward:4.accounts 1860. to tbe Executive 13-Cm Department. B. TAYLOR,. . .J. S. BOND. of the same, and invite the public to call and giveus G1 1b : 5 -MRS. ALLEN'S-- HAIR RESTORER for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained

( -------- Drs. & Bond a trial. rectfunr. \1TE are now receiving a large and well selected u U three times the pay of tbe trip mny be deducted.For S
:Now -oods Taylor WHENCE OHLMANH. \ \ Asswrtliirill of Sc''d"comp..i8iDga ZYLOBALSAMUM, arrivals so far behind time as to break connexion

associated in the practice of Medicine. Of. April 14, 18GO. 16 extensive variety of the best and most reliable WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE. with depending mails, and not sufficiently excused, .

FOIL HAVE at the OLD STAND of Dr. Taj lor.TalUliass ---- and II-IMSTREET A CO./' I\UnTADLF. one fourth of the compensation for tile trip is subject .
S59.iETNA. 6INSURANCE WI!. E. ANDERSON..M. II. MILTON. Vegetable Agricultural Seeds to forfeiture. Fines will be imposed unless the de- .
SPRING AiD SUMMER -e. February 1. HAIR O. BACHELORS HAIR DYE
In the edition of our stock, the greatest care La COLOr lioiQ'] <>ncy be satisfactorily explained, for neglecting

Anderson & Milton, ben observed ; and in a farther precaution: the vi BARRY'S: TRICOPHEROUS, to take the mail from or into a post office; for suffering .

i e oo. f\-t I.SZtW of the Seeds is generally tested before being it to be injured destroyed, robbed lost and
ttorzxoyjs Also a good assortment of tbe best kinds of or ;
-- -0PRATORIUS-
, CONPANYOF ANDSOLICITORS offered fo sale ; so that purchaser may depend on fer refusing after demand,(o convey the mail M frequently S
I & CLARK IN EQUITY, getting those that are fresh and nf the mOt reliable POadoa c to Oils, as the contractor runs or is concerned in

Ir 1TAVE NOW IN IL1JTFOllD.II Marianna, Jackson County, J-1a., character. AMES t LIVELY. for the Hair. running vehicles on the route. Tbe Postmaster

1 1 Store a full assortDEALER- I formed a co-partnership io the practice ot Nov. 26. 1859. 47 ________ General may annul the contract for disobeying the
i I.nit ofCloths J HAVE, and will attend with fidelIty and promptness --" --- post office laws,or the truetioDl of the department.lie -

Incorporated in 1S19.Charter Perpetual. : to any business entrutted to their cr.rc in the It Shines Alike for All Fogson'sPJF ED may alter the schedule! ,and also order an iDeI tate

Al h2flSpring -0-- Circuit Courts of Jackson Franklin Caihonn and of service by allowing therefor a pro rata increase
CHALLENGE BLACKING is the
Cassiraeres I CASH CAPITA.,-SI,000,000. I Washington ; in the Supremo Court MarLanax.and MASON'S' article of the k.ud; in use. FLORIDA ARROW ROOT on the contract pay. He may also curtail or discontinue -
.. : 10 the United Mates District Court at Tallahassee and the service io whole or in part: at pro rate decrease ,
# It preserves the lot on which it U used, make At the Store. .
comer Drug of month's extra
Apalachicola.Februarv allowing one
Vcstings IKintK AO \IX T toe? ANDPAMAQF.BY FIKJEOHTHM" par compensation
.q6 the leather soft and thus its
AI>AITH)TO TilE HAZAII: 4, 1660. __ _6 pliable prevents J. P GREGORY A CO. on the amount of service dispensed with. Bids'
AUtsStSt5TENT: WITH THE LAW craikrni : is warranted to retain its virtues in all climates .
; Coatings, should be addressed to tbe Second Assistant Postm.isUr -

Drillings, Marseilles, Vestinga &c. OF CMLJATlON. cold ,and Le has the, for atmosphere dry of or racist warm or Choice Cigars and Tobacco. General," superscribed *' Proposals for mail'
B. C. LEWIS, Arnl!, : a quarter a century, enjoyed serviceState of ,* and sent by mail. S S
W !tiioli tin Manufacture to Order tin good opinion of mankind. ,
to
y are prepared For Tallahasse aDd yieiuity.AsgustIS.1851. -- -- -- --- For forms of proposal Ac. and other information,
'It "I' =Lortfct the most Fashionable is mirror and adorns the of the
a moving
notice and
in ._33 1m I palace PURE WINES AXD LIQUORS, see advertisement of this date and also the advertisement
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: ': Also, an extensive assortment of great and cheers the solitary hut of the lonely l'lckwo""nn
CALL..T. W. BRCVAID, J. For Medicinal Purposes. of December 13, 1858, in pamphlet form,
Men and Youth's Clothing:, WILL at the principle: post offices.Blaolf .
Like the Sun it diffuses its genial influences upon COOKING W1XES ViNEGAR S
Call & Brevard r yC. proposals will be furnished on application
ADFURNISHING all and conditions of and their
1 Uet.lthyhuma blootl; upon bcin Analyzed sorts men, challenges -- ---- to the department. J. HOLT,
. GOODS .At1orn.oys: n.1 iJtlWTALLAIIASEE. I I always presents us with the name essential elements! esteem and admiration. Scotch Ale & London Porter Juue 9, I860. 24-it Pottmtuter General.Planter's .
nod of the Tare For sale wholesale and retail by ,
FLOUIDA, gives course STANDARD. Analyze
. \ I t'r vui, lit the lowest living prices.. They re- I -- --- ------- -
Blood of from Mar. 10, 60. AMES LIVELY. ALSO A niEn: srrpLT
the a suffering Consumption, 1 J
3- ruly! -'I&< a a caJl from their old friends and "TTAVING associated themselves in the practice of i person Hotel.

c-, ntrt! thtir old stand opjx*ito the Marino J,J_ Ui. Law. offer their professional services to the Liver Complaint Dyspepsia, Scrofula .., and we Congress Water.For .
OF
red DISSOLUTION
I' 'ik, find in every instance certain deficiencies in the '
Courts
.
Ap. III'\. public. They will practice in the Circuit o Subscriber having S
kK" "e are receiving Ntw Goods monlbly.v''i the Middle Dietrid.the Supreme Court and District globules of Blood. Supply these deficiencies, and sale at the Corner Drug Store of TilE above Ilotel,
made well The FOOD i is founded OoPar1D..orsh1p.rIlE pnrchaseJ&
.' <-b :::1, 1660. U Court of the United States at Tallahassee. you are BLOOD J. R. GREGORY d CO. forms his friends and the .
of Carrell it Maxwell is this .
this V.ence its
astoiushing success. partnership
Theory-
the upon March 84. 1860. 13
-- J2P Office in Rutgers' new building over era}, that it is DOW opened
There are Five Prcparniionsadaptedtothe dissolved by mutual consent, and all
CharesM.-West Rail Road. pr. eommodation of PERMANENT and TRANSIENT
SouthWestern deficiencies of the Blood in different diseases. For sons i.eLted'to said firm are requested to call FISK'S P.TE%T METALlC
), BOARDERS. G. C. TOWNSEND.Tallahassee .
6
F b. 1860. _
affection whatever settle note otherwise i D. B.
Coughs, Colds Bronchitis or any thtir aunts by or
IN :BURIAL CASES
tf
1 HOGUE & AMAKER of tbe Throat or Lungs inducing Consumption, use MXWELL who can Its found at the old stand, April 23.IS60. 18

k GROCERIES an4 PROVISIONS No. 1, which is also the No.for Depression of Spirits ( is authorized to close up the business -

ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS Loss of Appetite, and for all Chronic Complaints of the concern. W. C. CARRELL, > -. Notice. '
CF.XEKALLY.L ; and Nervous 1 I860. D. B. MAXWELL
arising from Over me,General Debility May .
MONTHS first this
.. ; after the of
; .publication
\ i : Oltlt'l'lI nrconipaniod by the csii will meet AT J A'VV" Prostration. No. 2, for Liver Complaints, No. S, forDyspepsia. ; -, SIX the nudtrsigned'executor of the list Will
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1 \1'1.14 ''' upt attention. in tbe practice of Being already prepared fur absorption sold my inteiest in the of '
h.r1 formed a co-partnersbip HAYING prter,1ip and testament of N. N. Branch deceased, JaM of
j 11,1 lI tlI. G Sentinel HAVE business it Taken and carried into ROSEWOOD FINISHED-LATEST PATENT,
tT: cnp, professional is by Drops immediately 4 MAXWELL t.
and will attend to aujr Leon onnry. will present las f\nsl\ account, a* suck
the circulation so that what yon gain retain- I). Maxwell, who will continue in the and Indestructible.A .
yon
AirTight MIl
the
entrusted to their earn. prtoer. n executor, to Judge of Probate a! said eomty
Strayed Stolen AMAKKK. The No. 4 is for Female Irregularities, Hysteria, I solicit for him a continuance of that .
ineS;
or PERRY lme
D. P. HOGUE.A. SUPPLY of all sizes kept eonst-.ntlr ask to be d&; JOHfl D. BRANCH. .
'It'' ,I few wks ,; ,. fronl tl.e, 1S58. 18 ____ \Veakn sses.&c. See special cliiec'ions for this. For patronage so liberally bestowed upon the late firm e had S M"11t, 18eO. : Executor.
x !",'f.I 1 tJo'. J1C Illailta| -May.- 1. ______ Salt Rheum. Eruptions Scrofulous Kidney and Bladder by our friends and community generally. -T\ by T. J. RAWLS Uud'citaker. I..u,
Daukins f'Jllll'-ILLY. --- ----.J-
.> ; "rv: .i.i aiHll iH-r -GeorgeS. Collins i Complaints take No. 5. In all case the direotioos May 5. 1860. 19 W. C. CARRELL. June 2. I860. 23-1 y -or
S.I t Mav v..t ,
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S.S 'I" ,'t must be strictly followed. Price of th. BLOOD Lumber.
:
: |'Krti''iiUilv. "
hut Dunk of her anti! ;
utc feet
S Geo. Walton KT "
l ':;. ';,'"u'PJr<: .1n.t! cnt..ily, undir the *ad-- ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR FOOD f 1 per bottle.Sold CHURCH A For Sale, OtLU I1it ottt several mill r.- : .'
? by DUPONT. pTiee
: -.LLlt
"" ""* *'J* ugh up towards the 'pine, HOUSE ATTORNEY ,. CTT. L : after thiS clay.ill b.IIUO pee
II' t"""S 'f" .'hcat A.T Xj.LW. S No. 409 Broadway N. Y. THE AND LOT ON MONROE ; tTUE ,
I .!' l li' anl.! pale -srreI I color or UJ'jhl TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. By AMES .t Lrvtir, Tallahassee, and by all respectable I (1 occupied by 1*. n BroVaw. JMJ! TALT c ."4&ELLOR AS LAW,,., t .' Term! C.u.4 us 1Jf. ry. .
; I. n.,1.- Anv IIIf.mual.o,! re'rct j I E"l 'Jv.. B. nooosv .
D. B.
'. Druggists throughout the .
: Ban .IrSEE
Jf countrv.
II t tS : <(I ..1 au,1 F. ...L.I.." -T Of re vrtr the Stale May 5. 1660 MEGIYrI OFT:':ht FLRlA. J.. C. LAVENDER.
Much 10 1
1860. 11-1
I j jr ; &
.I !, I' H' Jh' : I t. Feb I iSO 1 y : .May 1 : e. Livelssfl.t "lion. .1S.. 4IMSI S
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_. T __ -. __:_ _- -c ft".d-ETer U is i.attireand r.ii'uir.* r l-r"lIlhe" K.cl.no" Ltnmi*" inrcive', aau reiy oriy on our own Te5rtns
lu Georgia. negro occupying plic
Cot ';,..... i 'r e maintenance cf ijuarantreJ tj
I II' Mr. Hilton's Remarks at Quincy. In the year 1841 fays the Bainbrid:) (Ga.) *T- God fitted and de-igned him to fill When ills Southern Democratic the') nnnouiiCe.i.n-1: :i I t.i;..' -.. .f'r': i Cu i rsticn Convention was govirotd oufy LT ej*
of Aceoldillg to ;
i Jlorlbian & |onrnai.jt Editor of Florida Se ti.rl :-1"l > your r"p.t Harrison being r..t't'IJellt. app"in stated shivery, indolent) by nature there i ii ro other !> ': .uiveMauii je.t-_-> of wlf and personal afxrantiu'nest. Tht
:'i thAt ..j-ruisii.tofibe ni.3 .riiy and minority report .t gin, WnxIIenrj members "r !h. Nation *:oti c eons
: dnci of the coders Lnd been
f the Drinoc'Mtie State Convention you attriLnte. to Mr. ted Edward) Everett Minister to England lion. position he can b P. plnccd in where he will be of ])lately held a: Charleston, S. C.. met in Convention >.et here to aert the rights that aprritel'bad been VT wi
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_ I 11 illon'lar-gunge very diT.( .rent from that used by him John McPlieMon: Berrien then being Senator: for use to t.im e1f or can I.e useful to other But it is \esterdayatI2 c.'d..ck.! at I.trt'r.i'.n: Hall main deJ to us by tl'e Constitution-me: lucre in ccce,
of iiirv'in. th, ca'lo-! BO M.,.,
: this dh' Brfi Clue hour : .:
I'I TALLAHASSKK He ur. prt'eiited by you n* c*) ">K. "A SouthernConfederate the State Georgia gave tile sanction to the ap-- not Eoglind alone tint we desire to mtlce in connection w'l.ich e rit.rer.we-re A.III.ttl'.iwer"1'0ek4'.1 of insubordination, but would go oc wit I. d, _
)hISId beru the feloii2dremof hiahope* net-to curtly
)
; I and fairness and would has cnalteml|
but he thought. the secession of the Mate of 1 Florida pointmont. During the aame year, the Georgia with this subject We may look at home. wilL ra.u lihuininiiasfo !M he crinmed n 5tin.
mrrnoiY JCTIE 23 isoo.DEMOCRATIC to the world that me i are of
---- --, -= --,=-: atone, or with the State oOowh Carolina only to buck Legislature! was assembled. TIle following Juint With ns the system does not work equally. We of into the-n, while (the lower portionof th* flail was the Cnnstitruteun thai opr be accorded.protetion .mini) p
0-rrigl t.
NOMINATIONS.FOR h. r. wuUlJ l t.thc conlummlti of folly and would Cormittee on the State of thr Republic wn* con- I the slave States care but little i if anything. fur sup. gridjillv'l:; lip with dfl."gate* and oil:er* who been 39. tilrd for twenty-fivr year pat, trJ tai mj
i"t.e.f Tire nuddlr stats
hud the the building
only tend t dife.lt the .ubjc-ct slituled. On the pnrt of the Senate : JIer. Ed) prewing the slave trade, while we contribute our States hid relnd ono-ir opponents to protect* m t\er
I
fact Mr Hilton sail noth about were marked with the tin::l'i f th d ferent
Now the that
GOVERNOR : i* iig of u-nuj..ynuent. They liad lulled and TI e hush
Andrew J. Miller, full share and towards the Southern now
Scnlhern nor of the "Secession" either wardJ. Black) of Scriven ; more expense. hue delegate' were evpected to represent. Wr have us
a Confeicracy y fa-led thou banner of equal rights. lie
3cNxI1'cN: : : of one or of all the Southern Stile from the Union.le Richmond ; J. M. Smith Camden. ; .nnettCraw. treasure is made to pander to a abolitftl! Northern w mean of el'ml'ul" the ntml.'r of dtlegite I It s proposed lucre, as 1 undertAnd, OuSt cuCir,5.to( .

OF JACKSON COCtTT. advocated in accordance!the ,.rll,1( the minority ford of Decatur.; Alex Doug.11.[ of Muco.jce ; rSllatic>m. Southern sect.mcnt: is insulted and j present lut sjnpose, from a h.I itj glance, there were ; derii.tely whether we condemned e>r pt>r.iToj a*tj*-,.*

ri.poit introduced by him (first) a reunion of the. Render ofMemveth I aI.u..1. because forsooth father hftor tixty ;| action tithe Charleilon Ce-nvetition
of BulWh.! James our exchanged or
Peter C tBailiniorr
: CONGRESS ne', ; Mu.lm and stated p-uic
FOR : At twelve o'e-Lnk, 11,. : ro'r ,
National. if it could) -
.4' rt. B. aXLTON: j and (Democracy!e" orM) a*,of tie highest b done importance upon pnneiple con- er. On the.pnrt ..ftlue.Hunk : llc: er'. John IL Howard their monej for the negroes held to slavery in the I fiat, tit the teriiitnition o.'t'ie! CtIl\"elliolt of Sef'- | ir,,; here or Ci'cvastiun.where ales But The we nstitt* etu.-e.1e of *> ..j,

OF LEON ..\':.TT.t. is.rt ..f ad'on' among the Democracy .the Southern ), of Mu-cogee ; W. B TiiuktH.-y. of Columbia ; New England fclfl.tr" In il urs? that they bee-ame der) fn.ni thr ClmrlrSU! 'n G .nt elitieHI. the! delegates. .': Sr Sov.reigtuty iny ttiut be atrangleth.erpent tueii! w ug.

Suu. He ei|.rrMrd..the opinion that all the South M. Griete.of Bildwm ; Abner Ik Power, of fiLl the property, of our father, and Imte '"t'I.to i fio-n Scuth (;n.iIi.1; had \tcn 1I1'iIt.t; : ( ', to.d that w e all:ill not so into a Ter. .lorv -,nproprrtv
niitter make for il--
Democratic merlins In Waknllau State whims drlrg-etc to 'wliarlrttmi 1 bud al It. ItSinmia, of N.wton ; James dray, of Jones ; ns. That alone would be sufficient apnhu.gy for u", to arrangements prhinuinaryougcruizatiuui nnl that ; when n1te S>ij rrmr Conr ha. J..t.).-j ,
ottiuC Convetrf :
will be a iMnoeralie wn\fltiul in tilt with 'he exception of South Carolina, (which I li ced.d.\\ in their if needed present rig it te bo ge-I! t A* ell n.iglii ,the> i t
There ) would dele zauolu Jno .Lin4Jn. vfJsaper. Tin committee apology was but Will reed n.e'ue. Tile innccordanc with the power vetrd in thcw they I t >,
appoint shull inures th.-r
not
ItrmilNhtr..t curry our or monrt |in
of Wakulla. New I'.r. un TllN1$ the what sincere time baa armed when look the h.loI d."clI E" (;. J.ull.JC'k. of TeXi as theirterflIKur.ery jreler
county a } mond and Baltimore; and argued that Florida should report, recit" in the preamble, with re- we must subject uv. j. to prop.ti-.te an,l eol.rilntea 11.-ion-p t ,

26& Jay of July next, fi.r the purpose of noimna. A. the same ; that it woo:d be folly for her. either girt I lacy reviewed the sanction s.fJuulge) Berrien "to full in the fice. There mutt be no final.i:ig. Our Cnirmtl.n..nnl erl.vted M.'srs Fi!!fier, .1 tirncn', shvUi) w e I ic willing toettrieiuul.rma | rn

: ling cardidaUs for the next Legislature cf the Stat u'one, or with South <'ar<.h'm to separate from the the elevation of one to obnoxious to sOt feelings, interest, our very existence as a nation, .1"PC'lhh 1 on of Virjiiu i. la.' rro .o., of Al ibaru, a*, a romiiit j jtee V"r I'aJ been f. rbcinr. ft r iwertt -five \eer rugtLia ri,.
c-.ml'icl tar el.a.r.. : I I1h.eC
to him to
of fife Sou. h rn by confining In r del'g.1tu to I end what 5 i. the :K ? Wr .
be Deni-niacy were
( f Florida lid Convention to composed and ) of how bear ourselves in the eoufc.LYe I coneejnei .mw
,. Richmond I that was a repe.t nothing to act, and he w i* wiKirc pi iy Li* u.r I Is- ,
I delegates from each I.trenc. HilMn, of a "Southern r.nfe' II of an individuil 1 who has towed hi* abolition principle act on the defensive no longer I tnt bol\ily rapj.lew : trottrs ee'i 'tut: "..1 *-li!r'Lu: '.1 I 11, k >o llir! ()h IAr ; ,.11(1. } eOnuCpletuu--eC whit they may Itts.ua(p ii hi .. t

;,. New I.rl June 19 MANY DsMocaers which bespoke was nol a .Cvesrioti from in their most imposing f"rin. au I amj')lett ex ith the for, and Insert and maintain the iot ereigntyof in ret i"i mug thin!.*. sr.-I; 1 hunt 'i.* liil lOt hin'ii-ge j to say that we wi-hr.1! to ile* lve tilt 11. -- r%

the Union. but a tvc'.si<>n of one or two State from I our fc>tatr. The tune for action has Let t.) os;.re-* his r-ti: uef.rt'ie! ln':,'r rllrr"rr..1.i i| come ItS we went C. Curtreotun.! ti )>rerv ( _r
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come. .
lie tent. No !:uh i.IOtI! i-id I *"t..rt'lloi. head M I b. m: calle l
I JSew York Advertisement. ihe Democratic part!. which. he mid wwiH ( consummation V.'laf nn'neure euf-rutcelu: n had Wenuiut.-.1: i
The r.Uenium of merchant an.1 l .thtr are culled: of folly. I am sure: that I t nn.4bem:.u- I Resolution llth which refers to the same mat our Governor assert and! execute the.njthority c.f on to i reside) over the deliberations of tin: imp. I the DeR.oiMt'tf! patty ? It would seni. nat t:[r .,

S. to the advertietnent of Messrs Edward Lambert ken in r.lation) toMr IJil'.in remark for I hid fro- ttr, is as follow : Florida law. It i< contrary to the h\ts of rioriJa taut C.'meii.ion. lIe thought it was or 1> .'.tie to- rur.uuirg nf'er strange pi d*. ard we rnt-t sr-i- -
i
& huts-I 1 ree-eiv- k
.. Co. New York advising the public% of thtiriemovalIrom quent conversation *ith him on thc r u"j'cIII.I'| I I 1. Rrtoltfd. That the opinions publicly proc'I'lim- forw negroes to come into our Slllh.f If contrary citehiu. : ,people: h.nl mole r-eo'd that Tiii Ie. j bring It I. ek to the right pith- .* k:n fcjI
of the was a ,
the seat star him &ush l lhetrdcverywonl } the "| !'mo-t.on delegates. I of the Convention in lie x.h
to discussion occupied a Minister ,
ou* ed by Elward Everett, now t England Itw fur them irarce -if.- f )
to to
p the Marble come tn. il is -qutlly M for them becar'e tl.bntr to ,
No 55 Chamber Street to new discus ett.leir.wr eoinplirrert
his spoke iiurinj: the entire of (the ;jRnd the oblig-ition of Congress to more diti.Cud.l. Irwin took Clue i-univ npresi. .
Building. =,. 330 and :'iSl Broadway. corner of lion hate nn oubt* that the mistakes in the Stnti- abolit-li|power slavery in the District uf.llImlio. to inUrJlct to be brought in,, no matter by whom The Gene ihe pu-.itu.nwf T.xIIII.* tr::st-d fiat! thr G I:ver- j Mi'Klletim. of ont'i' Caro'nm' ( e1855, frMr ,

., White ",1'. report mi re purely inndv rtent ; indeed ituatd the slave trade) between the 141.11,1 to ml Goverrrnerit hat no more right to land} a hoM of Chill, bj I larm"IIJ and, th<- clearer of f.ieii.l-hii! | | the C* HimiUte on CreiJettia's! renj thef in-

Strtt t* the E.li'or: wa. at a dr-tsnce 'roan tbepi, -tier. and reluse the admission) into thr Union of an.v T -irilo- fret negroes on our coast than anyone else bin.Then shown t<) each !ect;on. would !e c .KuliteJ.. tot Lnn, j which wins reelru-.l : -
fehuaaus. It had met here t eimr.eiatthe .
b Fourth of July at Jfew Fort. no ft porters desk *t winch to take note* of what will \ rv tolerating slavery are uneuiiftUulmiul in then order out I IChar'et'ein. Due Cotitmi tee on Credentt.N a-k !etv Itr,.
let the Governor take the matter iu )hand. ) that is nb.li roc-lulMed at
The citizens uf New Port and M. Marks Intend ai.l an it fill from the >p aket'a liw.bm| l liFt io wrnr. I eliaraeter. *ubv T>lt tb.lt the f..ti..ucingSunetea ard Ii'r. -', gfi
their remirk aft. rwards fmtn it wouUhive this Let him send men enough to Key W O' t to bring "J Cur carry them at every bizard.- i .ntel thU onverti\. to i
gmog a tail at New Port on the evening of the \ nut memory I R".I l if cirrird out, will de ) : bern III ran.! if ht' fad nut fulcra lino error, all.1 I tint the Hon John, McPhor-on t'rritn.n sustain\ every hoof of CIrcus to Tal'ahaosee: and when he They came not to eompromi-e Arkan :t*, T.X.IS ui-lana.. Miesbi,-, ., ..ui3

:rJ On the 4th our )young tonfman.. Mr JAMLS j Ills a mJ lIl'r o'' jus'' t.'e to Mr. Hilton I ask i correcti.m jug for an irniK.rtai t al'r"illllllC' an iixlitidnalI them here them to the highest bidder) as I''l'lts-tlu' emily pure political orjunizition. frotith Carolina! Florida, the Secu'uul 1 t' -f csj
get put Demo.CTOSCC :
I). 'WUTOT.is to deliver At oration, aft 'r which I I of the .rrtu mentioned by the publication: ,.r ihn' note I I bob-li rug uch e.bimxioii* 1't'1I11.1I' rut-, |m9 omitted) a up that existed. Ifiev would! nut r.uke: a new Ihatriet of Telilies-Kr. end tie SeVeUii LJCT,,
\ Dr..l.LG.11.' 1 j on a credit, and place the proceed to the credit of part but if the pnucipleenuneliitel l hy the -,
I I"lIti oiitl Ih-trut at
1 Virginia.
dinner. t
the titness will give a public j | ronr IHen-ion git.rtu lliuent chock l with
Our of infornntion. quite sa good as I Ithose the Internal Fund. Such a course either Contention nid not accord lie aNo -aid. reference to the New
., 0_ .- means :. tit,. cud ill M> doing has not truly r> pre"rn Improtement would declare thein-tlifs the (rae j in York de',.
.4- ty Hating inadveruum admitted! into our .f ""A DeWte'aiid_ we can mike n. rorr.c-* ted tire .."illin'I" or withes! of the peopleuf GeorgIa, I wou'd' meel tIle approbation of our people Let usg they ioncladed audi lunch gitio'i. that they were here a* eornn **>ii>,irrt EuI
4 tionot this time, iuL will, lie glad to hear from Mr_ I of.ither, jK.litlcnl i j Democratic party, appkufe. t I delegate ; sent here tire, un-el wrh n* 1S olfcrril
communication
weeks parlj.Th
columns corns two fh..f. a > even little further thwn tint It is held by .
:
Hilton directly Th r.ttink 1 w. ctrtamly eon!i- :' rtf.iintion waa adopted in the, Senate by a the fi'llowiig re>olulion which was nianiniDutiv
from Mr. II B EMr of Lake City. regarding Mr trllt" ilia Mr. H.'oatt, politic! ncorJ, nnd with his 4 4I I t.'te <'f 48 to 0, number of Senators fusing to the 1' "l'le..f the lure States that slavery attachesto A dslecdte) fri' nonth Carolina. moved that' v an i\ ale ptedRelved.-

Pent we thought i but ju ti'e to pnblUh h lit week j sjxjexhon thaI occas;...- Sentinel. f..i., but not tiie>ntli to defeat) its pavage iflhe'Jhad I BoiL Tint the) moment the foul of tie slate Manning, of Arkan II$Secretaries, and J. hn of C.the XieI Cwntca t) II. ofGeorgin.br I| 0 ThatM.fr..lhaddenaP Mutt I,,,. -

A defence of said Pelt Cr"1 the pu of Mr Elugt. i t2? Mr. Hilton l* not now in ': !\ laPet. but if voted HSfnin't it. In I hue I Ilon-e, I the entire le touches free soil'it constitutes him n free man Let turn Carried' fIl'.uinteJ( II Ijiwrrncr, J.ts. B. Barrel. J.15. Vet.ler; C E I Ibl"wnit

iauope: that there the ,usu.r would (I.J This I he were lure, we do not suppose tint he woii'd' at I II |putt wns adopted bt. a tote of 1111) is to 41 1113'. us declare and) net on the reverse e>f that j l'I"t'IKitilln.| .1 Rev Dr Burrow, of the let Bipii Churth. and Col Baldwin of 2 ew York 'u-i- ti ..;t
I II The, .rot.f "f thus chnriret innde n!:iinM 1 Mr Fter: to tkkeats i.jc.ii the f fue.r ol tht eopvei ti >n -
ed. w* bat another communication fioin Mr ibis time sitter ii,to f. wtp'por controversy with | .. !l Lit us reolve that the negro a ho'.e footprint' marks (then ofterid n firvrnt invocrtion to thr Thr" nr .fGrncr. I' Tire Vice 1'ris.liiU were nl
( etc ill that r'*- lation. i* nurd ill the f.hliwint: and tie inti to Lute FMUfn
Elder) accccipitiied) I.,a nuuiUr of affidatit*. .Ut. I Slit Sentint.1.i>nn, one] e. Wair |r atienlh u sh..it In I bt9 the- following illhorr.\ah'ri. wrrr ]"io u our h.i1 shall be 4 "lite I It mtttcr not whether I deliberations. invoking of the I leings. Conversion n tire country w'.i.h! fended to I the plitforr.1, whu'i a i um!>er 5C&-uCIiISZV >

taming, Lie charge Bgunst I'rnt-wiinhi: we mustdvclinepublirhing I timeS Until: I Ij, r'Ii1II.titt.> ] is nt nunnted. and Mr. ;; pound-! t.. Mr: I..,. retl l Ii j' tire Hon. \atlIli.J!: 1 L; r- he liail frot.i Afnc.i or rum -!. --:'!!i.'ett. from the I I.- intere-t of the country, t..pin j for the ad! I A i-union w 14 iade and carried Out a uuflw rftof

lu the t.ut; pli.... the controversy Hilton will we darr say, meet )hu.i njxiutLeMnnip.nQcl :L den ..f MiS-aehuHt : :t. Is'muigu e>r the i.I.nnl of l.re it Di.t; .nn, wl.en !1 1j i '.t.'rtil''! iuluril which tc..cjed to Ka.rder aaj or.fa o'.- fiori cue-i State be njjuir.'td to | rr-*r
I. Arr toil ill f. \>* of ,nnii>iii;.ite alxi.ilion b\ I I lu.rsiree-'s fhr ? ue rurcenuu-n.:
i* not iuteiesting to 'be general reader. In I vindicate.: if net'E--oar.r. bin pa
tLe cond place, if it i i., at we under> ;n.t.1 to on er present |I.> iln. before the people. II thr ELate tr.fii. l -mi-m the Sn-ate-a a.( ilii Union. I Vrr But will th.- {;e.e-crnuer d. (Iris ? that we 1 I Iloi. Wm 9 Barry o'ver of H@oi'sirpi., moved that. I j Thref.Iiuwietuhrleucuetestr--nn Mi--I-ui1| p. -'m' '.,,jn
I the) S.',vreUnt-4( e-ul.: tie: rwll 1 ol Statr. situ (ugg :
go judicial In\sti ltiol. i it 1muld. not be *ul jett *. Airou ">pp >..d to the ailniij-Fion it to the 1! ran't answer ; lul we do know ru.f t c.-rtaiurlyhat I' .-.'...l tint it woulJ cite time-, a* the Mate were I : the iinttnn( if tine' CinOyelushuu n i iI ..: -
V. S. District, Court for Florida.In I tasonfauv viat. tK :! of w'uci: I ittii. rreur.eul, vz": On Oa. C.i--. .1 -
new ecu' ju
to a newspaper cottru1rln.1 ih- third pVe! iffonrteen hun.Ired tnuthern Ute- JiouM! l-\ ciI I r Iii".!, to make LpuuJ hand ia & Iu if Detente i w
the U. S>. Seuste on thr 5Ui met, on motion cfMr :, lo era a ..1fuluuaiaig.n.e-.ic a'a very. ( L. Fe-utlssr-I.n. P F LU.I1.!! C J,- A- --- nJ, 4I

if .. 3i.cused. L-ke City. and not Tallahassee i Mallorv there being no oljcction, th. Senate i u i 'lite in )>l s 1-.1| It' : ; eiei;t or otherw i"e get into one uf the free State, i I Ii I I Carr.od.I the ul-le- I 1 Ava-it anti T. J. Hud***.
aj
iIrnr.tr-rofLouieianasttagesteJ :
the fur su..hdi ciision-and' then again, that could lebmu ht bar ( T' I.clh.wi'rg! apptfire-d from Al .
proper place i eveiy (I".w..r ; to tx''CI, e R
Whole ecJrJ \\111\.1'1')1'. Oct. 33. -
as in the Ccnin.ittee ef the pu( : to 21.1 :it i.m from laii Mate Iiadporrio MI rarutreie-c. Dj
U a dm't ted into the column vie I."p.r-it tJiouldIt consider the I un charging: the time c.f I.) .iin, the j I PEAS Sin : On Sltu.IMJ li't I only recritrd jourUlUr .-I I utivr, Legulatite uti 1 Judie.1, w on!.1 le exerlrd II j 1i 1 I other g States pran'ed Jikprivilege.. lIe hel.edth.lt. MI Nuti.i-ns'h. Wm.und Lewis 11. ranilt.M. tice.Wm. F tu. j jk

pail !.f. I tot tin* IS th. |'ro]"ounding to tec.eit.iiB internsgat.rii te ktrji: them from the'rovkner: Thej would even I the States woul 1 be ri-pre-ei.ted \11 lib,,:.t s >y' 1
Courts in the northern e'utiut i of Florid lie: ibc follwtiBg were Ii=te4 frutu Fu-J
B
and : F
-', e-armMty requesting an aily ululu how .,f wl IIQ'u. Ihtrr tOt twO
resort to measures revol'iticnary in character to I ingl.j UliiiV were I| '
Opposition Meeting Tallaliaance. question 1 ciaj on the amebdiuei.t repe>rteJ ly, the II .er. I I dele"ite: fri'tii Loui-iaMia jet all ..fll.E-1n haul l 'len [j jiiaitrc'ed I W r vI
Yf ) several r..e01\'s the 'lIhj..t aeewnplMi their oljesjt.1 This i is hot a .11:1\ skettli I! The fjlle'orins t-caa South C.rin-u : WF
The Constitutional Union Partj" of Leon held Con.mhtee on the Judiciary, to ttrike out all after U lire lI"are butt fin : toconie !Kulinw i n i, anltwulJ tJe here t I
c.f thuu-e f'nquir" sun t.ir) Lill.lr.(1 11t'1_. ccceuuipanuicul I we know it t.' be true While the National; Mar UT.
k' meetioz in thi last and if lime ul owed. j
public City on Sntuiday the enacting e1au e. insert: : ( were | Ieo-gete3 fri sent fr,>tu CeerTue..ltu ] 5cr-
ails jurtrisjn e.1
t t1! which was presided over by ex Governor Browr, That the reg'iliirterm) of the eFetrict court cfthe thr J-riwlrol I.y 11 Se-ry flier Ci'intiion r.-p..at(;now;t', V'-nr t..r..rt I T l.h',11 was in tc.ii in Ciaile! >te>n.n live cun'1[ Tire Secretary | roceeded to cill tile ni ''II"' ff j I nin/, Clu.irii., bo'omon IVlr .. hi'' i M
.
Uuit.dN'ates f.. the lorthern of Floruit'i.ill I f.tun tIle $ cuth ul'rCleJ t'le! U. S. 'titit bejrii.nin'!! nt \J.I t.e. N nnwer as return j jej Juuhuui NohuhluJiirni A. J'.see
; Mr. Edwiu A. U.r. of the Sfnttxtl. acting A Sec- r ei!tiict hunt I. l\ a joint committee ,,f th- Iwo J1.u.u. ofYhil was by 11&f C. st5u u

L i reUry. Delegates. were app.-.&iiited to attend th .: l.eieaftor be held) HI Apilichicoln! on the first \ ..Si thi. lanutite1.! :Alvord wn< chairman.lh I rescued by the mob and Strut: on his, way lo lll\l'l till New ni'eii YoiU ..waciilied, when An"wia an 1&.lIlIIal"81I1It'r were r.- Mehehues1'. Tracy. John A. CultV. j 1. aI
M.'t'Jay in March ; at Tallih j I't'. on the fir t MOH[ e cr utapplaur. G. J. Fum.
;.: Cenve.ition. be held in the -e r34.te*. rfter hdxliig lien" Hinewluit en t Souhern bI.H d ha been So.ithern life Ahbima. I IMi
8t'te t( Qinrn 27th the ] > spilt, tmnrur. d (mumirniluia. -eiuth Cnrcln I '
'
dix io )hat St. Auu-t: '. on tir-t M..iulain [ \ ..l b\ 1"lIen.lm Mr. F IL II Kh.cf Lowaiatfl.oTem! s *
t bIt Anions. the Speakerson thei .;kn wasGea ; 'June ; aid at Pen acoa.! on I hue tirst MuitJav.: e>fcf .1it'< fh Were ..1.1.,1; holt l\ the Ix- 'nliturr I been wa led in the attempt to recover a fugitive .-i*>5ppi nnd Luisiaull."Ii..n Teiiiiesaee w". || hug teoItuttonc :
I : apju-sir eU""I'II. w jrniund rut th.it T"nn..e had I Itnken
j said
Call, who mi'l that if the Charleston Contention July, in each year; but nothing herein "I'Ii' ) be toe julie-s riiatut-ieiu. cheeifnlperate I slave, and moat horiiUe of all. nobody hurts brenpunibhed c.l'ed! a .I"gII""HII.I. ReM.lved, "Flint as time deleiaturs fri -- si:! t...

b. I constrict I to prevent the judge <.f the &;d court I jour lilting !, c" fur Then is it time tlint should no a. tion in teler n"1 lo tin Convention I hut States re( ie-ei.t'd in this Convrrtu ar at m,,.,,
had nominated a c.IJiJ3tl. >ulJ have tuppor- > fiom holding Additional! teimt of the Congre-wional i I the (-ache ef- the> p'atfurtn retou.ir.en.Vii'',
ted Vina no matter if lie had been but a mere mm I any places thug r in tlc): general rri*>niiiig Ij which they are take care of ourselves ? The General Government e.,."1.:1&. The were .eivid with cheers i i.pi.n CUil.tt. t
afe'e'-Il! whenever, ia hiopiuUn, the public interest lai-ied in the of the n. j..ity uf the States at we- uje J ,B tuii'.rccsi.iry
k, of rtra w. Mr B. F. An ". Isle of the Sentinel, fol so require. tu. |I".rflll report chairman i versus lotteries to prottet n*-at least it his not Mr. R. G. -c:0)1t. of Alabama) rend rt telegmrh | to lake say further act.ciu a
may ;
,
e f the c.itiiIuujtteiI re-polld lo both your enquiries from Florida s'atiiii that she sustaimd the action
Gen. Call but before be concluded hi done so while the atrocitiej al ve mentioned | subject Ml the t lime.
t lowed wasluterniped Tie amendment wrt agreed to. ill thr afiii inative. I i.f h.'r del.xte* at Cin re-ton.! and they had betn | .! preSrl when ihi Convertioa

by the return of the committee on ret' The 1 hIll was reported to the Senate amended ; Tier fir -t of the three subjects embraced" in your were nol done in a center. It teems t<> have praclically or.Kre 1 to gll to Richmoi.d, and would be on hand "Uesolve. 'lhat in this ti'jo.i'l -
l it a.ljourn to meet c'ty on Tliurst- r.itI
i i1 .(elation, vhich had retired for consultation. Mr and the amendment was concurred in, aud the bill 1 enquiry u (the only one of Ihftn. whuh canir before u: ettle.l down on the prii:ciple of noil intervention n* "UII n< ]1":-ilJ]". i iTi I Jute I'nitiiled. thai the Pie-uient of th t tVuv.r}
Corsrre while I wits n in. mt er. I toted ill tfcrne'j.tine "
a Wilk. Call, Chairman (.f the Committee introduced ordered to be engroiuse.d and read a third ti'ne It I on the tll'i"IIIII.I' the table thejeti'ioii whenever the contest his laged belween '\:is rrcpunduul) "ayr. thou may call it tugctherat an earUeror la'eriityif
\ ul".n| A iriiitlei i.-n fi.mi "Mi i"3i 5-sini moved that one
J them with a speech whub, U aid to hate been lIl was read the third time and passed.A ol Chic Antericin Anti --1:1\'t'ry Sniety, for I the slate owner an"] the al>e
speeds of the day. The Stutintl in eaVing| of it tire atxilitioii of thuus-u.ry m theDiMiitiof Oilu'inbii.and ; nothing aliout reopening the save tr.,'. T.,"t. penuiaei.t .fflcers end) rule) to "rovern the j Mr Luine. i 1 Ali. moved tus "insert the wordi

I 4 ay*,-The speech of Mr. TVilk Call wa more Lone Session Baltimore.But on either motions i.f i ihe like Claus a-ureter introduced ) ;j indeed, would I Ie nnnece-BSiiry. Let it 1..11 once Cont. niion nnd report at ll ,'doc: to m rrow.- | "an.l we enlu.ree the ai.d|1-luitfurn J th wl-h! a'tcriieJ -
tirhdnwE. rean-luniun
I a little gleam of light hr. ski in tiii I Illoc.mv to cart elf the consideration of this el.lfS of J bate wag : : |*neu ji
upon C.rne.1
(petition'
elaborate than the other and conc'-del I all known nt the Noith tluit the sieve in its 11-1 that ti. of
*. to negro WIIa 011, aL1.e| curve day meeting sis
by prospect. It i* stated in a vt',11 informed I I Thr delesrite; fn.m New Yoik (T. P. Mf.tt) mews |
be a able one. We feel proud to hare ef and with I dear sir ) Florida let him come from where he woull, it altere.1 (l.--m tl.r Mir! to tk r Z1t.
TeJ I quarter Perry appearance of all-I arn, very repetfnllv, end procrr fetiye fnker in o"r party. WI..th.r I J,. br ther>fi<.it\. that the New York .tC'I" :lti"n at Your friend card) servant, j would be enough. The energies of the Noithrn lind met saul drlrrmine I tfeml del-- j Wl.eii Ire q ir-lioii .l| on Iii.eIction tozi5] inI

the candidate for more will co-operate with the Virginia delegationin EDWACD Etitrrr.Hon. wouMloe I li hmnlld. At ( iunrle st.m ,et of dele I until the "lit iii-talit cause ip.: Mr Furman come Congress 'r n"t. )he will I people 11"II1IIn..J."e: !els would br fitted gates to < Kite .
the orpin-zation of that ,.dy. If the Nathaniel A. ; r.l..n. I Chairniin of the bout ti Carn.ir a Mention. c*nd
)
prcluninarr
luau! !I."r and the other had j
yield good terrice in the cause of the Conttitiition.al difficultbe overcome there will be *.'10" hope out fir Congo River then lidened with the'r: precious g.ltu been refused nuirelureeeiued admis-ion.j for the vete to be taker try -Lut s, I hut in eon*

Union party' 9 of* the continued lurmomous co operation of lures Tho!e rcsoltc referied) to were a cM I of acuehuutionsadujuteuI freight for the sake ef wl,ieh they would hewilling queiice of an plication *rri>in vrral c&irtcUted

After the re.olutil had been adopted and the I two influential delegation They cm, if they 1 l I'J the Mtt- iichiiett" I. gsnlllie I to run the trauntlet for the coast of FLurjeiuu Tire ihiirniin ar-noire--ui the following ccmtnit that. w.le ll wa* the unanmiuai desire) >

delegate appointed to the Quincy ConventionS Major I choose curry the Tennessee resolution as the plat- during the year f.revie.ua, when Mr. E'eiett Will I Then "woul 1 an era of prosperity commence heretofore tee on orgHinziiion, viz : thr d, legation to record their vjt Hjjiin'ttherinluiion -

a i furin. Next will occur a two or three, week's bal I Governor of iheM-:te, arid areas f..1ulllo8]! : V.S.Brrr3-.Mmasiedp1ui: i ; R. A. Hunter IsnHnnn. in ruler to sinnw I ii. ir adiuess to nrocwd

) George T. Wad was l.,udh' called for. The Major lulill till at length n two thirds vote can be obtained I Jif-o-'itJ, llint Congri' ha, bj tie, Cunstituiu-un.: I nnknown to our State, men from other State IJ. G. t colt. Ala INI ma ; W. J. Helme. Tenne-sre; at oreS Cr) the bu.i..eof tie Convention. yet-n

rote and beggcii to be excused from mnVinga ) for some candidate for th. Presidency.) p"w'r t., aU,h-li! shivery and the pIrate trade) in tire would flock here, your Internal Improvement )lands J. F. ('..-h.\ Tn;" ; Jno A. Jones, Gei.rjii ; M WHhe' | deference to (the wi-hesof tne other Jcle
'p fdl. dating that he came not t speak but to n.aJdtlgtort Cvrrttpovdtnt Journal t h rniiMtThe ,

liatsa to olhere. lie to see the meeting The little news we have received from Baltimore I I in.the teriureor circumstance* of the ante tlf re,isionbt iiicr sIreubI! I have bern tlir I.n.htett gem that I Van II Maiii.ii'g. Arkansas ; lhadeus P. Mjtr, New was lull orized to withdraw thec.llfor the v'l
) rf.rrUc \ rin'l1 and) MarLn.l: 01 otiuu-rwis-c, enufurciugany Y.:1. by &tate
C which lie considered a* a call to all conservative teem to verify the prediction of co operation between moral restraint udorn, tile trow of the Confederation. I At the request of Col HartrT Baldwin- tin C
I"llll..r
its
.
I' on existenceRcwlitd J'I.Ir( A. B Meek <>f .Mai ami, moved that a c< m
b Den irrespective of put political sorutioo, composed the New York and Virginia Delegation If Hint (%in.reionlit to tak. iiioi; !nre* LEON. mil, e-of one fiom each State be appointed) to rx luttntg letter was rea.l l iry Mr Middteton A tri

alniosi exclusively of Old Line Whigs. so much be true the rest may perhaps follow! and tn <.ffe..t tic abolition of slavery ill the Dl-tllet Cf --- -- --- Online credential I Carried The following coin C ,ucln-li>n he pu eeite.l! lo deliver a *h. rl shine.
4 TilE DKnO'n.\TJ CONVENTION.1JLTINOiz I ft usurti.n of which su cc retch e-d with evident b.O
1unibi.i. [
Jazzard
the Convention billot two or three weeks for a can nntte-e wa apt mi ted. John Middlrton. if
The Georgia Counectlon. Resolved, That the righrtserfhiunuanity. the el.iimsof : June, IS.-flie Convention re-a&enhale. S. C., Gn.njr W. Bndhld. of Tenn., D. W. Baine. The lu-tier real it' fuPiuwc--

i We Iia\'e the pleasure to lay before our reiders didate. Let them take their time *o they workout jiistbe and the common goodalik", Jetnaud the .] at II o'clock to clay. Cushirgin the chair, of ".11 h I na:1, I'r. Edward J. I.G..C', of Ga.. F. II. TV the Chairman c/ the Cinmi'.ttt e* Cnlntilth
a harmonious conclusion. the C. of the sieve l I -Dear Mr.: In order lhat no nii* pprl -k.>
the of ) suppresMon by nire! trade c-r Ha'ch.! e>, L, F.i. Moekdalr. of T..x4. Bev. ilath
following ropy a resolution adopted on the who made A brief uddrc"*. .
ned on in and through the District of Columbia.Ketohed eva of Mis.. Van II. M nn n;. of Ar:. shuiil I exist n* tu the |icucitino cunteii'plated oral

Sth In.t by the Board of Dinctonof the Savannah Tile Republicans have gained one Republicanvote That Congrew ban. Iy the Constitution, The New York delegation; introduced A rc olution I Mr. Stockdale, of Mis*., niote.l that the left gal surne-u.l bj tie Cu'nuuui'-iu.nem: trotn New T. rk ait-

and Gulf Rail Road Company vu: in the Uouie of Representative ly turning power to abolIsh. Outcry) in the fuiivories ef the :which nns in eff.ct that clum of J..ltlIt..s lerj be *et aPart for the ac-n-onunususlsticts! of the }I"- gated to your Ceuusetniunu n. we deem it ;prop to

.Rt.oftd Ta this Co pony wi accept the United Mstfc.Rtxolrtd. c. fit m the cotton S-tat. to scutu, be riifeircJto (heComniitter I die*. and tint a person be apjx.iuled to take charge truce It etuanianet r under OO i th I we trrbr'IW
out J R. Barrett the from the St. ol" .
Demociatb
in the .C President representative That no new State shall hereafter bendmittnl I of the 8.1 me. ('1'1 ri..1. tie promoter ue .ue in ih r"r v

11oust..n. of the date of My the 4th. for a cunnect'.on I LMII district and giving the seat to Francis P inlothe t Union w hoe C'on>--tittition of Goteriiiiienl on Creientiil-! ; I1n.thnt th".r; report Contertion acljourned to meet at 10 o'clock dunn sine -xi."nri t- of jn-rfeel goini il! ami st'tifrOU

between the Pemweola sal Georgia Rail Rush Blair. Jr. who did not get as many vole a* Bar hlllll p.rimt ihe existence of domi-ntij d.c be final with the underat:inding tint no one be Tue elay JUlie 12th, H6U.! < e3tiuIaan| iuy win I. th N'lllh-to Uell effect "
theieinJUiolitJ ndniitted) who do our iar-trtcii'iue le.u, in.l to such p< rpo- sin uuu
and the Savannah ]ban\ and Gulf Rail Rood, on rett by some hundreds 11'eI hole proceeding very to cents not plIje th -m"eves to

a hue East of the Allnpaha RiverProvided: the That Congress has, f.). the Constitution, abide bj the deeieiutnvfiiue I Convention, torupjiort EC: ND DAY, JUNE 12. own i><-iitimen.s; ore -tinetly mimUleJ
wa a tyrannical exercise of the mere authority of We tuututi'C Ltd-r tou the huim of Mt> "A
abollrh the tratic slives between different
Feniaeola and t'i in
t Geo R. R. Coi will power '
give guarantle the nominee: which was lost. Motion that the Pros The Convention 'purr-u Iourrm""f.a
met, eat to a brothirh'NHl, aid I to Mti fV vlhat '->
)I to this Company that there be brute onmber, in which the Black Republic lit S'a'e of the UnionRtnolrtd ly .unalreeu.nc.>
[ al:1 nn di.crluina. ident admit delegates!, whose sent are not few minutes juist 10 ./dock. and was called to New Yeuk bar H.itloiutl iMi.i'craC wLJfriy
I tion a* against freights or passage d.linfJ voted in a solid phalanx, aided by'two opposition Thai the exercise of this power is demanded con- u )

V Savannah .lbny and Gulf R Rond: ; and upon the i i'U from Southern States, Winter Davis vf Maryland by the principles of humanity and ji a:ice.Ther tented, to scats on the floor pending which the orderly let*. Got. Lubbock, of Texas, 1'reauleut: ffa .! alice lo tire the true-t interests einuiellteit ar.ui! cant iiel'.5 Lit-' i ir

further .vnditio.alx) >. that the point at \\lnJi the d.xumrnt speck f..r ihuennerlree, and (lie, Convention took a recess until 5 o'clock in 4tho ufternoon. deliberations | >nsite to erMimrtils
The cf llie Convention
sail Rail Road connection *lnll and Mr. Anderson of Kentucky. Mr. Dads settle Ih qu..ttiun of Mr Everett tr.'c.s..i1i.m.- were opened for by our brothers a ho meet lo il isy m Iutife-s-P5

lice or the I'ensacoli and 1"r M E. Church
the initial of Isis color ?" If then we ex >rct lilward President Cushing addressed the Convention and our btate whose iJe-inssf .vt.ulheni ri4trtssrt WC
ht Lo p.dnt any extension winch the and on a investigation would b* counted J't'll. tnttj | Mr John S. MiildlrlonofSoutli) Carolina moved di
; Fe-nMCola and Georgia R Co or Us apLiie Everett t<, change the current of his thought, and exhorted the delegate to harmony in ail their proceeding >>nf.i rd b} political eu.i.iul-.tsls ir h ly a "s-I" '
Il: outofthellou'e.With ihai tile of the n.iimte 41
reading e.-teriiuy'd me ting !
We lhpkbllr ttlt
construct in a Southern or ...uth":61.rl.Iirecti. ) nnd renounce in age, the cherished principle of his *. He said thai the other gms-C'1 Rejuuliicaaui.uni.| e ni as >
parties were now be dlwn ed with. Carried S'*
S with .view these exception the entire outhern vote, early' jonth and matureminhood. | call tuiutislun l the itionil aa.ue-tnuluufl uf |
a .a jllciol with the F'It.rlJ.1 Jtli in the field with tht-ir candidate and it the Hon. A. P. Calhotin of'"outh Carolina from the
... was V, rk. to unite in N movement uetuatrj I v [uiri
Road, or other U'I or and the whole Detiiociatie tote of nil etionn wa -- --
I.IttrrinatingltTall. of the Democrats to harmonize and crush Committee on Organization reported) a* follows: i i-ha and ( de-no f-r n> >*tt1>rfin
oilier southern ( Floiidi" this The [Written for (FlorUian %; Journal 1 ) uty out .. by a protection in [
| agnin't outrage. vote was 54 to 9) on the Mr. J'.tlliJe"'fhe c-oninultec to w horn was irt
., k.ll"rl ire hiuci.hre.nua f sn>Vi S
rain I
The Africans at Key \Vct. all p iigillu-t deign'
We are luf'rme : the Directors of the Pen- vote for turning out Barrc't, and 93 to 94 for sating Civilized "ti"t. in their collective wisdom opposition.The refrrred the duty reporting '). oforgnrnzitionfor Here as eoinini3rioaer of cciDf. rel e>-, PU a n.4
.
eacola and Georgi11 1.i Road: Company )have approved Blair. some- Convention is now di cussing the stuhuject of \our body, beg lease to rejniit the folio wing as forpuitt |Hfiiee. SOul i.i national lotr we rt j
'mes do rely foolish h th ng*. Thi*. wr believe, wns ert'J ntiul.. An imment is their action : the f*'
of the notion of President and coucours prutuL'M.'C''fD here to give tine as. urur.ce that should

Lave ) I him 1ol"ton. lion. John Enbank done ni tile league entered into for the slIl'l'rc""ion .u Your committee prclfully report the name cries C-s tout ems, yrutu IIIBJ reckon on 00115 1 >**
nut ' tusk all '
( necessary ai rai getoeuts of the liuneurunlukJeers" : |nwie>' AUbanm, ns '
of the slave trade. Each nation that DESPATCH. pel.mnnenl ut the which tat"1"
It was with deep regret III opening Ihe last Pen Hipport an Empire'Mute, or a lijalt
r to cur}' into tT-ct the proposed] connection I There much President Clt your Contention,, and the M j slickers thr ruet!' "
does was niianianagenunt with regard to in its allegiance to golden
find the death of this armament so at ail enormous < One
iutultr e-teemetl nnd
oa the Lnit of the resolution of tlie Savantiau AIbiny II to very expen[ e. lowing miiiM-U I'l'r""u""i'e President : II. I R. mm- and can ni-vu r br eorrnpteil in ih'Pf '
the tickets of adnn -ion racy
aol Gulf Ct>tiip"nj. this connection is worthy gentleman wl l-u died in Ilernucdo county may act in good faith, and from' what they Ion- I to delegateninl members Rum:vlJ, Texas; W i>. .alheraton. of Mi-sis-ipj.i ; nt Ii w inch i-hould eT.-r I md the true of the 3l5 |
C
it mill ut. I the I on Wtdnediy 30th ultimo. Cetvelo be an ennobling principle of philinthrop\, i I of the Pres and nuny from the confusion;were 3!. W. Fisher of Virginia ; R G. Scott, of'lUinm ; I IN to the true of the SuuantltTI1AliUl-
-re real luteic ,.
accomplished fLU Judge! EiBANks riiretettt4 the cenatollal while another will find in the pretext the furth iance i unable to procure Feat-1. Several inenil-eM fiom, B. Bunow. of Ad.aa"Nl" ; B. F. \.nruil.uw. ...fr P. MOTi', ChirrnAs.t'ny .
r parties WtU cf tlie, point (.fjln..turt, andnt the) I Baltimore and other, fio loll.la ; Gen. A. C/. G.Ill;11gtoll. of :uJi CIIO'II.B' e-f scW .VTL
N.w
of intere-t and rooted 1'.II.tin n York Empire I
District in the State brnatr for a deeply of
f"lIr.are and policy rivalry- '
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same time it will acommuvdate all tlio e Eat t. ho I n. 11. Ciutunnuia.gs url''IIUt' ; I'. 1rue3-, tlf I..rgha ; Tasc L

may deiire ficilitie fur retching ,But his term of eiflice l Lad just cij'ir.tl. As a Ligi-ator! If a unit.ral principle) (.f I'CII.II] lay at the I Chili weN apju-intetl officer to attend to the Eon!!e La Sere if Louisiana-iind Sue follow ti,*' Harvrt RiMwm.w ENcr. Sa-c'y't-tn-yrtetuu.e. f>r iUl* <*' Xrf-

5. .than sill the tnnt of S.1annat. I. he was active attcnttte and vigilant di.lau.ing to I ottom e>f the Icaueit would work out equ.illy iutery flairs of iheConten'ion. J 11\:1 -o-tro-t.rl. : C G. ArtniMin.l.I of Mjui41u1h ; vr.to I York an.l I a ance of Cmruniouniu.ui
will
more ( jumture brcume do any cct which was not ri, ht. and hoiu'table ..I ,' case ; but the fictthat tin* !ia not ofiiin'sies: I The morningM-4-ion was mostly coiiMrneJ with R. -Smith eif \ rgil:1a ; li.W. Lr.utlieid, o:' len- On iiiotionefA. B. 3I.--k1 (hit C-r.veal-aru- 1. -
the Iiiltlil of an < xttI.itl )looking toI .1 I lessee ; A. s. Vrunrde-rr.uff. ol AtaUum ; il.i. E.eufFloriths .
pint all: ..I doubt Let her I desultory eli.i.a ioi.s uuimportint of "L S
!
to points
lie was not one whucuuldbe p&lrc1la.rd with aI I g. rrll''" w ph.liinlliropy hits upon
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V\ kl. John \ Cobb of Heirt.McIter
Bay or any th"r IM.hlt m :terminus on the Pe ; Geotgi ; > P 5. Lond rnllj t.ulde fr anoev.Ielr2
: rice." but elid the of anylhirg to do \\ ihu it on (the i.f of the I "..1cm- were
ninu': Thus) whilst lu interest )has ben ov rlooked. > as honri-tj ja.Imt'ut dc: pnrt sonic of Smlh Carolun ; 1.). l Is. Will:am*, efL le Mtted tb-ut arou-l l 1.5 I"* u-nuSPt e-

tie' of the Pene.e.ila) and I tateel.Ve became intimite!} aiquiinted with: thr piirtie to the eimjnct. Let us we how it woik'. Mr. Church, of New Yoik, ubmitted a rejoin- .ui-iana ; Van II. Manning of lex.i*. ( pearbeforo he; citUeiik of 111-'in "1 at *SIX"lime.

Dircl.r. Georgia old gentletuin dining the la't re!M(in of the L .giIntnre -. The C.niKree.f the United) Siato: Ii'll jii!t nppro- lion requiting that all claims to scat in tine Con- Tire eulumittt'e11111.1 further reeonmend the .
JUil: Road Coirpnny luve ns their duty required rules tidopted al tineinnuii; in I Isitj at flu( in v* f.r
I ) and alaa'.sfundh.iniat hihl.' k ] .nated (cO huvditi and ffty lltonfitid ,lvi"rltll \cntionniiidc\acantby the secession of delegates
Atan r/ll'l./ | the
bet cartful tli.it the inter. ibe stuck committed i government of this Loin .eiitioii YourC">mniit-
to 11141 klioiiM) not tx .cru".ed< i illo be hour rend fur I.UMe-.. At ;n individual was rend buck the Afr t'R's' now ut Ke\ West, against al Charleston be refeired to a cc."uiUt'en CriJdentiiN I : tee Injjj heave to r.-port as a b.ia'.s; of repre-cnia ivii, A. Lincoln appeiMtu I lea nosru aP" J"M

-o I u anunbU) and gcncion Li* very cottnunnncr their will, to their native wilds. Tin probably and thai the Committee be instructed to I lhat here a :t..t..ls represented n* u w I t or, thrdrlegatien Gi.iiiltugs uWIi :-v.l.-ami "ra.aia
that the ktocLhoiJer'a eurrybig
lioped nppnuchlnj in cell,gw'.ll the bud.jeof a kind old gentUmnn. lie IUllll00i. will c..ver one lillf! of the "Xtnece. drawn f'ollltho u examine the same with the understanding that all present lmll cruet the eittirw tutu* .f ba.dfct.ite : he i-*. That e>!d finwtie lut huh J!' fully cndor their action.Tli Ii | Ii accvrdirg to the Ci>n re#.iotial t t.lI i and in Ii-
levis refuted to accej.t a re nomimttion: -preferring common treaeniry. for the benefit of the'fe negroe occupants of seats shall] be' bound to abide the action tiM-h thrrr ia. warmly VolTrI.ne-ntuht'u' Li:' am '"
of Hamilton cuuuty are interested c"lIetl 115 arc drU"ule* from a tlisliicl( of fpwr.
rpl. not Jr.ptj the letirdnent of home South Florida lUll SupjMise the) had been made) a .prize; to an English of the Convention and to "l'pClrt| | its nomineea. j abtit-T| : tut. -id Jrl.g-ite or '!ekg..tee shell: be cf the abolitionirt of that i.eij.1'' -'*

mater. \\1. they lt .ne.maw r ;'ost a worthy man. Peace to his ashes.-CedarJityt ve. ei. what would) hate been the r'putA) lifetime The previous question being called on this resolution. entitle u cast the vc>le .uiv ot r.i.J .us:net hiss slav written a lett. to the nwuiree *51 ,
fist their appreciation < f 'b.t has been clone
by T'eltgrfph. apprenlicerhip, "j>eiit in labor designed lo rital it \-aa not snttained the v.-te being. j n', I AMi'W P.CALHUUN, iris pleasure at the nomination. Tb* Li' '
'I coming up to the aid if the in the shareof Cbudiut-uar of Comiuittee."
C"Jfln. the ( 1401. Tbe State of Xvw YOlk voted
l --4 great staple production of the United States- Iii ; nay A the note : ,
liberal eubcrijthins. delegate from Mi::. .ippi moved that a c.>m- fDe
\ -- ThC Harper Ferry ...uIbre.k.Jo We have just read a declaration marIe by Lord in the nagaiite. I S millre of two be appointed. to coi duet the Pres.deitltothechair. : LiNCOLN : You're- nominated. Timanneran. .f

\*\ i Fourth ufJuI. Mectlngr. the >er.a:<- on the lith in Uint, Mr. MASON 11.1mer..lou and Brougham in Parliament, that I hey This vote is generally considered a test, and an I I jieS'r*. )MatheMS ol ill-i.ct:d Bryanof After j our election! ihoui> J4

.. mnde a report in relation to the Harper' Feity love and feel for the negro but that they love England indication that New York will abindon Douglas Texui, wereappoin'ed! a id Corniuitlee. lures lesa.Ii around you. tlaimirg rewcrulS (cur frrtttttj'e
A f thj :
of this
assemble 1 '
titz.ns I *
numb city at ) I. too havr claim* '
vamstmngtbe chair Gov. Lubbock sushi PIT you.
outbreak. By this rejort it appears tliat BBO N with her millions of who ubialby when the new candidate shall be lirly before the ex- : rpon *
the operatives, ncmifnai..
11 Capital to-d
'ncuts to cclebrali' the coming Foe am or JCLT. kepi )his own ecrets, but the evidence goes to .how productions drawn from the labor of the) negro Convention.A dulgeuce. fur a mouitnt. I'ernnl me to return to I l. vr labored for Chic r-uWi-hment jet

The iiueting was organized bII. A. Corky that he intended to create a general servile insur more That England must extend tlie. area of her recess was then taken uitil 4 ,o'clock when you my Llllu.LaLir for the dhiinguabed comfliineitcoifrrnd ansi when men came to tuiC asking my I"itt Cl"t

the Chair and R. A. Shine E rcctiou throughout Southern State The report cotton fields fur the now -iala at the mercy of the Convention will re nnenshIeand elirpve of the ii> culling nissan| me to asciat in the or.; ..11iz.ition you, I only told hem Lincoln is PD
taking jr., acting ,S.- recommends the e>f I In* irute-iligerit an.) inijx riant lo.lj. Iau All I a'* 'uf you in return for rv> MrV Jmy
employment uf.n adequate the
United of credential" '
ii States and. .N1of all, at the matter t "
rets mercy from tire chair I
ry. retiring am huppy lo know that ttaleiiie'good throughout juola-
t 0.motion, a romnriittee ofih.rr.o. Consisting of T. military force at the United State Arsenals, and of the elate States, so long and so w..ntoniJuse,1 BALTIMORE, June 18. 6 P.M.-The National Convention I will hue kucereded by a genMcinrn well tersed in Ye>ur*, \

I 1.Til 111. I>r Wm F. Shine and Henry Tilli.ighast: that the Southern Slates be better prepared to by them. This i* plain talk. Now, if hey had re assembled at 6 o'clock, 10 pursuance if parliament 1-iw.anl in evny way equni tu tire Giddia.t also sat* a that Lincoln, i ha Cc'st '- u,

su/gmt uit4be! Orator end Header for meet similar emergency. the liorda of Several |iurvlwr| i1aec1rarue of the Arduous duti. : t voted t
1 persons negroes now at Key Wett, it it reasonable the resolution for recess amendment eoiiwqnentujwii lila l>o' >m f.ienj; Ye '. an.1 they
1 tbt.aeiou. The o''n-niltee r< |>->rt J th na na of Messrs. Collamer and Doolutle made hit i>o itiun. 1 trui-, gentlemen, t!_at toir thecoc" .
a ) would the motion admit
minority to euppotM they make out of the opportunity were proposed to to all of the dc.il and the latter now coiiie, befr
.j GKO. \V Ltok KMCIIT, EMJ, Or..\>.r and, M. F. >erutiun> mat be conducted in a spiritol coi>cl! .
report, and think DO Ieglation! i 11 necessary. a more profitable investment than double delegations) to seats on the floor, which iation and base-i l of the Gi.Uiag-uoetrint*
h,'; Parr tnj.. to raid th.L>icljr.'imi of I'llfp udenct. to spend I lunuony, as I know they will be represantati -

44 ( 'n m .Uln. a cotntnitu.* *." .' Tie lion. a half million of dollar on them. Yes, t e would were discussed. upon the priueipletof the Cuii-titulion. I tnstaliothatby .- -- ---- T
c.itlj tT Millard Fillmore hiss contradiated BACGRTA.
of the- following (eiiienien! -R. iJ .I apprentice them for a valuable consideration, to Finally a substitute wa offered by Mr. Clark, a so that by 3 our labor here fiat JIURDER AND THE MURDERER
.C..L W. W. and II. the ru.mor thai he would support Lincoln and Ilam- t-tcred Instrument may W saved from rai-H.ontrne- I -
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Craig
Wo.dwed. to
Cwrley act Willi.ro
that the membei June 11.
the hardest of matter*-those who know not, nor of Missouri providing of the
A* a committee Of arrjiigementa on occa ". lit, and tap that he will vote (or Bell and Everett (roil and violation, thereby tvcuring the riiht, aud u e.f county was fflme

, p, On motion the meeliiig ...jourot.tie even if he should be the only man in his State :o can understand at once, tb. negro character-then Convention pledge theiuselve, and require all other protection of our people both in their persons and planter of nis own Oglethorpr.nrgm>r on Matnr Uy. .15

II. CORLEY Chm'n. do so.Hoxot. throw herself on her dignity, fold her anna and authorized delegate to make the wnic pledgeto j.roprrty, wheresoever" our flag aosu, Lu it oa the was takers stud.burirt on "

IL A.Snne.jr. Ste'y. piously talk of philanthropy. What bus hjpocrisyl suppose the Democratic: nominee of this Conveution. i land >r the sea. -* ,---_ /5

: Tau.anassdJei.e 1:11, 18CO.LLOTO. I TJ A Geoftcux.-Jucjge Longttreet hat I I How unbecoming the candor of a great I siding Hon.offleer.eai.J John Irwin,that on awuming hue wis-Imu-el the the duties hoi.cr of pra Imd DEATH or Tuna. St Jtaecr. J JI ssui.li.2tit
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been appoint! by tho President to represent the nitioD that to tantalize the Goddess of Liberty Long debates arein progress on (this amendment. fallen on toueon else. We were here to viudi- Tbof. S. JeMUp, Quarlermai
Jane I-th. 18GO There will be a American Government Commercial and Statistical Reader thfir souls in natienee. It I Ii. cats tire honor of tire army, died early this ataorieiag i of parJ'_
thus to speak of freedom. That they low England [ may possess country( and for the maintenance ___ '
brat ion of the 4th at 1.1'.lc'. Station. The Convention which i* to meet in London the 16th I i i. probably there i i. to be a good deal of talk be. of our right*-rifehtt which wi.lnd -u.---- y1. Ca-

I of Tal.husL'and surrounding country arc cee.j of July: next. Tins is a well merited compliment more than they do the negro we ean readily believe, fore even the delegate question di"pos
io\ltc to pirtlcipnta.1KO3 to one of the alil... *id most rTlnert\ SO". of the and, if they acted.candidly in the matter, w" would can only hope the gas: aaJ ill htnp.'r rear fin J aharmless hers. So tam-as the Stutltlrern State1 luy nnni alone for tl t, Season, exc- rlhe i -
; were concernd. -
H ED' lRD Th"t C,! i'oouc". V* t'.c test fa bbsjs t'jetn f.r !*. We tsIre: the vcat-lat'on ia "'i lIt w:v- I i'ii' n at t ie 'c- TV* ls-i t.j U'e r f-i jo w Uh- of 141-).



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. !L r'i:' u: ?: i I'-i K-: O.f" I.: r: HOPE.O.T.H ci ':-CSTICS.N07II.ATIO. I ii'P'le, 1W2( ton*. Lave be n chartered, under the Ao 1/0 anT WAli fNEW
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:! : v. (.t 'ila I !: iO'-: iL:11.\S. Clt, >7 s \LIT. : ,rapturt( African Irl'ln1'1 to I. h'rill. The ., .
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.llit .L. 1& l'enr. rn.Ano- ." il-pl I I'ioe to 1 t ;)ttl.I i ii u.tsap.oI.t tin "12Otjo for
. ry ..,... V.--.1 .!se to l!,e Clh lfi* was I Ic.o i FOB DELL-Ale!!.... *, iI.MU) K li.DutHj! 3. Mi-!! "olL i-L.iL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
I ron S.tun.pttrS. Pf.j.-.tn; : i. Herr n.do 3 C !uim.la SPRING & SUMMER .
hlg d'tLii lce f& I!'} 6. Z 1 I. A despatch front Bo L that! ,
dfl' .,.rJtJ : : Levy Taj .r : I.!. eLSe Maiu-ue C. Uade 1. > >n reports the l hark
2
bad .._e I..j'&trt.d eees cfcottn r,1' t1rU s.ate 4(100.r. f r IS"1 C-54.F..R \\1ldjire, recently mpturnl with a cario of Africans STAPLE GOODS

.. |cfriorqt.M qn' .ti..ns barely m:otaln..L I Wu."ID-I.on 10. VLuT.a: 4, Oadsden 2 0:, l-oard. it onned tnt wa filled out bv M I' AT THEi

Icir \.j.jji-rj; Or "JlI'q"'t..t at $*! 6 9-16-1. -JG. firm in that ity.. Their antic-ijwited pr-ifiu were

QD.td. .k: ,,>.r ..'. .,..'* fuiwr.le! 1..4. :.:'! !.. H..::;t.l I MILT.J L 7, Mula u-t U",.n ja 11.B, Hii\!$ltJI UrVi.gli( 5. Hamilton 7. CaJsJeu 1 1. I DiirV.-d up to tw"llIIn.1rf'.llllouM".1 .dollar, : \ > I CASH & EXCHANGE ROU3..
: .
'e1'1U : .* 1. 1 t1 pJ ea'!.r. 4j-44.- -- ---- -h_ i f LL1UiTATW1 UTLL

,. L.... :..: i :' .ncing.Afi F">? DtArKcrBx-ll riiltoti 14, Oran-'e 2. Cly 3' Lz E : OF .
.! i r' .'. a' ..".S. Ditch 3 tt. J..JII,.6-H!. On the' ICth inv:.. ji us i.nl.i-i resi.l."nee' nearik'w I
: JIM .JS.. FrauVfin.: and 1 I. IlttuiUon l>huk.FECWSO ; c::V. .IUIFI I 1\I\.lIln.r: .\\1. zml J.'InaIJ. I
)tb.1&t. MVHI. 7.-16
e1";
.- 1'.t t' 'L 3.ltt't: q.ie.* two days I BAUAlT.rtn1av l 1.III.I.'t.I.: | :, in tl.,' 1:1I1:! XLT of I.ix &>:.-. GROCERIES 4'G- G. \W. SCOTT & CO.
::. I <), n .chij l nv ( Bled| 0115! the -I lII cf a rhiJ.: not : :
hOur c? Den
Ai: \VLilfielJ
19 IHUon
.',,:.Z 19 ttt Cft r.W.. JLVrrsrjLVL j I D UI" 4U. I rijieri.'i.ce.iheiipenul i f/uit of uinture chiristitia wx\KJge .and A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF i

01.1' 1o1.1"-9.-rl. -----0--
p.T 'se dQ .Hcd rifleD ;
1UOT JIMMY He PaIr ,
. 10:1. a pood IMIT. was given tc>
I 'J '. ." i.I.lt: ".!d' $JIN.g..fi-'n ta: thit ra"1"eI' Mr. D'tr.1 vMi.Irev the nanwof J,.lin rinIaTnn. dill l "!! !1"v'iHI. and t.tu<;l.l tnc' tru-hi .fr'lii..n bya .

't'll.or : e '1 : I i. i.iii! je..;ticinNLrL bell 4n i. \ (Url'i aij. Jlslion wj. CUcllurnCi.rjritni edr itt its tnsth.r. He I sever omnu-d the prayer Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders i Every Variety Goods Required .

..tat'llt. :'" O.C II-I.1ittfreo f'C.--d d4w.d to SVLU-T. I I.n learned ato'.n nil 'he cor'd; i<;>fii!!-he nas truth in this Market.
White nominated Julio T. McG of MJ J- :ul. t'l'knt. 'rd.tly ond teudi rly d! v..teJ to his pa
'..nCi'IIs.1.. It ,. ::,. t. 0. pl.' ..I1'. 11. ep rt-tits.

Inr ,- : f."!t ... ,il,. fc....>r L* {>n!., ia tetrfe. i"Iehl 1. C4t. 'lltu.l S5i. Mi'.tcn: BC J. DkclLurn 5. ,; \\ft not us wh,.', h,vinj: f< It the tins and pains Flour, Whiskey, &c., &c. .

tb.to "T' MUM'it to'st.ttaLg. MctiL lor ]ire; kti'iw their: lurJ'-ii grieve that! inif wr de.,ily

weem '..mrVt ua .1..'.. an, tJiTwsed I, Jmit tb 41 nl I loie hi< hrcii NI.cd l away uv'ure' ripi>n":liitr!; hml! Ladies IDreBS Goods
S.UIT
tir.N.glit ji. ihut icc. iipotrr ill, i it* f..lts. I.if!It'r.-f Terms Cash on Deli1.eJ.Y.Tlllhhrss'p. ,
.- .'. r !'._>'&t.' from Of rii. AULuai and Mr. U eCh.c'. veto wa "itur.I"n ....r..' di.) he knot er> lite 5i,I".... (.r ii- pts *

'T. !"'t .* tin.r la Dell 41 J. WilifIJ j t!. mC2}, t"rn CI.ar. }. nuttttii ai.d til lie l with .
j L uitw.: **incwfi. eai>n- r II' and txMiitifil pn-

we1for..hd c ..::.j'.::.' iris a will, u it .. .!. v' :: '. BAtLi. >T.FC'.CYTII T.i.ottorn .:..f..1._..e. .......1.. !..n_ Deli U. XhitithJ U.: C21 .m e. .
I' AI. -- -- ---- --- -- -- ,
I t'.fM briUe eustcnMtu AM) OLe Mine UUm,t oft 1lua Ii

bit I : pt.r.tta! fcefw m .!'j-J ut CL.UM.o.! UTe Jl no r. IXi-d.: on Tli u rail ay. .!line 14t11. 'so 1 allalifltsre. at EDWARD LAMBERT & 00. RONEY & LLOYD'SPATENT -

tr. ,0.,. u. Dti3'ii ('. I'.iibu:; uJ, VLJltietrt14itn': Dell: ti. WtitiivM itt. Jiuton -4i>i, ndd.urn71 the ro..i.I.lle..1 her (a.b..r. the II.,.. Tli..mn. J 11..,,. HATE HEMOTED TULSa PLANTATION GOODS, .
1 ofIf ILLOT. d.ilMr! CAl".II' ANN GIDI". QII. tl.. wife, of SOUTHERN i
c'r CJ.t 1.11 I M-j-r Luther Cilitmga st( M IAf\ l.ud. WHOLESALE BUSINESS /

Wt'ciit.V.JI:: :".- 1 -Tit.. !fw Tutkrrsarerer Dell =WiihfirU -S. Iilt'n 53. Blackburn' 25}. Thf !I.... ..f ih 1 ir ,';'I'U: in' S C ely ..hilolhood.re. From No."35 CHAMBERS STREET to the ii.BC vv.
ai BOil8
re. .. M>ril 11.1.1.01.I m.v.-.| (.r ,1,1'" r.. -t..1 t Ihil 1'.1 i | Mt.. GIDPI\.B,. Hiid
.T >-g i It'. a. J i' t'CaliJ Ity tu* Snub NEW MARBLE BUILDING :
Ire .. I Dell: :o}, trl 1f.1.I 4:4.: Ui'ibm 3:. El.ici.lurn 2'"i.i }i. her Ma era far assay from the (-ith.-r'i. ...) m F'",iil > .:
lIa. t : ;I: iw | *u.l.< : .rril if ihe S..,:ll< wHj i TENTH B. L'OTbe -. *. Tlitir .I.v 3. 110. d ujhir .f th. J tii ,. Nos. 380 and 382 Broadway,
.
.'.. ..' I tt:':-.von I:. .. Ii U.. -vyiuotir., .f X. Yolli g .i"I.1 \Viim!! \Viri i "..1 l .lic inherit(1. Ito nmitr- COBNE& or WHITE MatET, NEW: I "CL ATT33 :

ndCI.. i ?. ::' ,'-a.'f e .tCi; -it!! .,n tltis. If iltr, ,: P.name:j ". LooVnmtrd of Philip IM1 J. W.was Quern withdrawn.Mr. of Madicon.. a'.l- ,11"\\01"111"l of mind. '|iiii-li srnsil'ilitica. and Where they wit offer on and' after the 15th tiC ,

ott '!". 1! S,.,....!,... s., i. iiLrr1w C.iuc.Ltloln. WIiufield 3S}. Milton 4:1. UL.vl.burn n, MeELtVKNTU all1i.1M.- traits .ellar..rl' r. wh1; h khe in turn trnnsiniiie.l July. oi><- .f the most Beautiful, Varied, and Extensive

1e. I. I jl,... : .. :. r. '-. 1'h'! ::ieeiiit4ana:: sekee t" .QllftL 8. While; ; Mill in nn in'mill j.iiith tit,
.- Lc ': 1\ '.':,."t tW vtli .ecriSrrt.Aa BiU.T. SILKS.
lot e: :c : i nttrT rr lli pil.rnil 1 home in FI.".!.. -i'l.i the rich ail't e f
red VT.ilfield 30}. >nI6i.. BU-tlurn ::. Me- mind ati'l ln-nrt. wlucli nitnr.-lin.l l.iv.k'it-il! upon her URESS GOODS.
.1.1 \\1&1:5 DOU"X. Queen 5JL di-v d l.y liieh; and ju.. ious ,'ultu,' Jlt-r tare t5IIA W LS. II I-

.!T*. O... '11.1' t:. 9 .VLKV, P. M.-TLr > TWELFTH BALLOT. and well! si ior.-"l imrlloi-t. h..r fertile imin:1'inn, lurex RIBBONS.GLOVES.LMBROIDER1ES.. and Hosiery,

UeL .* .:t.,f iH'-1' tft. uioa Iw* l-r.5ccn tli. 'tii>*dibiin-.l with an ami- I f

ted >\>rLf: tl "u 'jnlet tin >.ru..p i manners .hrm..1 tlie am-i.ly' "hC') To be found in this Ct'UlltrY.lldapted to part
4.1.itIitflewarks every
to
r.twi a TlUETrENTII BALLOT. -mM jeTted and won tlu-, ndmintion nnj frictiilHliin BOOTS SHOES
of the UNION.
Ilts'id. ----lIic'TomlIIVliullK. VTIaiSeld 31, Milton 42, Blackburn 2?. McQueen of nil! whines 1nIuneit wa. to ,mingle it.r..were, :
' of thr rJ..r.s.a l're" un EAST and WEST
57. hnwevor. to ei'j'i the ronlinueil v'moil, nfruch lurelinetw NORTH SOUTH.

tee (From the reiivj.Ma Obwrirr. June Pth.] FOVRTEETU BALLOT.WltitfielJ anil' er.ii-e, for only a brief p. riml. Her mar and! at the Lowest Ruling leI.\ket Rates 'AND

..r.'ed. Tat QrICC N"."I''r.""".-A .I!Iip ....:, (I.ul! U"...! 28. Milton 53. Blackburn 30. McQueen rinrrc to M..jir Giil'lini, ("'11. for fu-veralyt-.tra has June 23, 186iJ. 2t5-lt
!\I ,.t..r.II\1 t ttw.\ eltfl.utii'! llir noiniuntluii.i 44. rt'/. ,-. ne.r .\nIlA".I''.. 'n Mordant) s
i li y"tli. D,-ra"cr "MIC \.!! 'min at Qulin: -. .f t;,-n. from our t'ncit-IV. Her tMis. howevi-r in the Dissolution.rpIIECopartnerthip .
:'ohn Mil'.n. <-'J."k..ii ._ft1 '. f.. O... r.i.r, nn<] riFTECXTn BALLOT.WLU6 home .f her vouili, IUI"e :..He
.il'. 11. Ji ll't.! .n. F-q. ..' I.- .ii .,TUM. (.r l",'"fi."-"<. (1J 33. Milton 67}, Blackburn 23, McQueen here oreioioii.-il opt' irini'ifea, to (\I'rr the warm x_ the Stilwcriliers under the film IIf HOl'KINS ,

W.W.. G,n. Mil'cn ..- ..ti..!I tie! Flwr'-U .lrl<-f iiu>n in 321. fneii.lsliijw with, which, c'1' ? hfl! iii'-pirf.) 11''III.lIn,1Io' ] i h MKUINNISS.: dusolve! \>y mutuil COM.nt, / .
W.D. tile Chul."i Mi O t.\rt li.... ,-I..J *';f |I..jll.r ilif SIXTEENTH CALLOT.Tbe nitne. in hi-r new r..I"t''n" of wtc! an.l moider. an on thc 3ht lit May IntL. All liusinertif the firm
'nirn.f, "tli-'t!, .I.ksie l ( ex.'in|>'.irv im.I:. of in"t'rn.1'irtI... 1 h* fruit
n.o.t j sea |IosIlivilssrtIn ] imrne of E. E. Blackburn was withdrawn.Tlie realind Mil be adjtifUil by A. HOPKINS tt CO. who aro
D.G.. tile rx.iung l-: ,'i.i"ii ndanxi..n".ltil.rtal54n name if J. XV*. Mi-Queen was witbdrawn.Mr. wh.it the h].om of soot), had promised; but au'horiztd to sign the firm name in liiuidation. JBIC..5ILan.d.
ft l'I' !....Iy.\ H.! ".11 :-.ntktr..rd..i.I G.F. .: fXJv.n.1-cr.! ji-ul!,-uti. a ..'%*i.VM ..| ui.Hli.t)ll- VTliilfitld 05. Milton 48. Tucker:. In I her pr..yi"l1. 'i'ill. M-S GIDDINGS etlnliitedM D. 1) MEGINMSS.Tallabaasee .
: (1"11 ..t..i.. :.: 1 I"* .....t hut: Cfr..r.f i ..Lilllin. ,token of thit del.e.\cv ..f orxinizuion *o freqii June 16th. 1860.CoPartnersliip.. CC iL
;'. t i.t; :tc., : "'. i.i'i.I.. -.1\1'0"(1,. i i. f.,. (rkiiI U\'E."TJOL..tD BALLOT. .ntlv nnd *. f tally. a.* 'hh.,1 \ih na'urellorfU..h rr 9
r. : f'.', .r I...;,: ".'i.. .., lhr i"1 eltilIlli .. I... i. The name of Jume Tucker was withdrawn. rxquis.te: sensibility. 1-lirly in the Lin winter,whrhah

: t1!.. ...,!.. ill* ..U. ,UI.i iif'-Ci;14.. (.,,\'..># VThitfield 74!. Milton 76}. ( .. .|>e,il VII It her father'. farrilf. rymptums of derl'pe OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING

tn.t .: -.t.. ITt; I Ms. "*.SC ..lj.it.i."" f>* ihr rl.fltftji [ ItOHTCCTTII BALLOT. en ited the alarm of anxious fnenda, and its A HOPKINS R. c. r4RKtllLI. .
:!' _.. '* .1. .: .1.! !.r"I. s f '!. tu-tls..tiee.'(SiltS K. E Blackburn wa renominte-1. C'Mit-noed t>n>arcf* wrnn? the hearts of her devoted EDWARD BUADFORD, L.K.STAYNhK- CORNICES &
toe J. 'i of .1". 1 1": : i L. r... ..r.'it J. UKte lId'Lie WhitfdJ 32}. Milton 75}, Blackburn 50.1TH r.l lljv e.. \\'i'h .nry thing around make her prize ) SIGNF.O entered into a Co-part CURTAINS
l",.' ,-'.! .' Nt 1. !h. I 1- ;..ttt'r"J li. I.tcfc.. il.i fc ar. anti f.tn.lly clnr: In lift-. die horstlf alone, with I TnIUNIEI" '", lt diy: June.. ISOi l). un'lH J the
: .. i.'\ v .it* I l.-i Curacy iiix.fi .l 1 1..i.U."I' lit > BALLOT. steady C.-ITC. ilmly c or.ttnid.tii| th. dm20 of di.. fiim of A. HOPKINS J CO.. fur the Dsacion: of a Hardware and Cutlery I
w. .!L ::.. t.a t_ 4 lMtuii ol i.i. .1'I"etlb The name of Georire Whitfield was withdrawn- I i-nse : mi.l uuh t-V! .r .ipprclu n-on of it* nesT apHronoh. Gtueral Mcrvbanduiig Biwin"*.. ,
v '. t: 'd I .i-li t.,. fiiiitjrj' rn.rtwii .,r thrir he. Mr.IIilton nominate I John Beard of Leon. I vise aw.titt-d tini i i.sii>* ilh nook pititntfand It A. HOPKINS.EDWARD .

:lie t.. et;.l. .','. suiqiartii..n.1. i"J..J..1 Mr. Peacock re Dominated Job T. Mcuhee of firm ehri-tiin hope and fjitli! and met it with BRADFORD, Jr, NAILS IRON AND: OIIS

.J t ....". I-;:*: i"I'"i, hl <., ghK'I1III1JJ Ma li.n I.inu renirnitmn. R.C (PA UK HILL.K .
, i' .I I. tl KtrU lMu KfHty. Lut SIilt.:i wnlk.-! Mr Tucker re nominated J. W. McQueen of Md- As she had inherited from her gifted mot'-cr! so R. STAYNEII.TahIsla'see .t _

it t .: I :., ":tfs.t t. 4.ejn, ee.1.k.elv! wattliizi i'tell'. ninny cmin.-nt anti, ,'rti'iialiUpia'iti<'". so .ls hknher. June 16. 1600.( -35. [Sent. copy. yNDIVIIHTAL RIGHTS to use this PLO\V"
LeI : -.1 4 .01 I.af llj.f..SIVlISC.iiteJ J..li tliess Milton 7fl J. Blackburn 28}. BeArd 29, McGbec 23, she was dr tin.d 0 leave a family of lovely I _L Leon couutv sol.l bv"FRANCIS II ferM f5 fpro7nxfc* *

'K" w ill ::1 l:. t\utr\-\ \ and) l.itu-r -mte.t. Hv McQueen 7. da-ij'-ter: mirlicrli-m lit early rhiMh'Mxi.' : Most .,lev.iiillv At Cost. PAYNE, Bbck.raith.Tallaba c WVl' \Jt.MVi, W o &?
C. '.: : ': ii tU- -t;'...Itrwtid! .lu, of l.,tile] coaiidi 201'11 R\tLnT.Th. / ci> wo pray tha the mime kind Provulence.tli.il "?ee, May 12. 18f.l) 2''

lit "\ ".i ::.-. ml uarrrd. l.-j: tivlliir* daitntrti) in tisnies of John McGbc and J W McQueenHilton in her own cave ml.ijuat.! Iv apili.-| ihe w.nit <>f I. A.. HOPKINS & CO.
"II.a : .: F i-iu tl-i. til: now lie has lent .>> fires I IW w. h'rtlwn. a in.'tlici' ..1111,- an I HKm.lu<>us rnro. and! "illi.t..r..J offetinir lick larsje Stock of SUMMER MOOKE'S DOUBLE LOCK STITCH :rnji2iAgricullurallmplements..

1 ". I."ii1.w. : t1Ijl1 1 up"n OLe vutJ1t'lit. .f Sill, BlacKbnrn 25}. Dvard 47}. met nurture in her own ten her Y"'lIr mv troioe AilE GOODS AT COST consisting ..(-
rdsdi. IU ;'.'. I .In aii'i pn.t.o! ill OIl .'jtul 51. !tTi' its r bert-avn fliiMren., I! OUGANDIE, JACONET ami UARKCKI I Family Sewing Machine. AND
BALLOT.The T.illaln'ee. Jie I!.t.t |I'''il.; '. ,
'
15. I 11I'1..n.. rAq..I1."in.sr f.* Co ,pvi i is G. E.
,.:, a in to. .> .1 pc.Uticun. !!.' -J-N. .r* tu ].' iri<., ...Iik I 1'i:r.ib.ini \.minIl14"o11'1.i1i|. D-11.Mr i : : ; : SJLKS.: I NOW IS THE TIME I II IrpO .

,' .: M'i i..= a..nettii* <> .'11 li' Ii.-:.!. Ii>u |'itai:. ii H-tVer r.-,.Oliaw <;.. rtr- WbitfirM.Milton 3i1tiat 1 11 1CthC !s Ii Th.\ invite the a'.teniioo: of f urcbascra. get the mot desirable SEWINO MACHINE

1'rn I :- .:' f.. ri4'*cJ T..f ti,* iN.4 :''Ttlll" .Ial .. a I 7Sl} BWkbura I:::. DeU :Si. Wbitceld =-==.=--- --.-- -= I June 16. 1860. 25Stockholder's I _L. ever invented for family use.

; : II. )M* IH: -:. t.ir ...st.-. .1 J jv-r .-f I,N liV.i 37}. t& A C.\HD.-T.f' Liri-.itnre] of the Stale ..f
:led L. t< i with ahie |-r.. h thi M lr- >.1| in teo. 22D BALLOT. Georgia I nving pf Med the following A-tat its see- I 1 Meeting.TALLAHASSEE I PRICE $40, CASH A large assortment of the above articles -

'. .. I' :ik :.t '..1 IKI d..' !iU *iU44MHi. II This nani, of E. H: Blackburn atilt Pliilip D/tl ion .-f l 1858. pniliil.ilinir' the drawiiiir! ..f L.,tteiir< I Ju-ie 10. I-G). Liberal fh duction to vlyilcsalc purchasers. hand and
j" Mr.! I) 'ke ill tl. .. ] : constantly on selling
< r rt .2.:1. al..1| rjii .
|1"1'| ] within iu af the
illtdra In Lir of .
were "n.Millvn juridicii' : '' June Read th : arid' then call nt office in
following
N.Clr : ..1'i 1* r J !I..n.- :.,. .t Jo..ni..i;, .'h'oth! ; lI',% will) tli.it! I A MEETING of the StocklK.Uer of the TahIti I my
92. AVLitfietd SI.23D 'l. u e on day. muov our tnlire LnsiWOOD."EDDY' i. the outhw"t buscmitit and at tho
CApital for
ClrIo : u.i" .ltM>.!U ouilvcs
. .' o.ll"'o'k'3 .! 11 Lt.)! ... i'i ta.! .1 : CALLOT.F (0.. wi'mirpt.Dei Office iu Tullabassee: on Jut' ?. 1?M. > : Lowest
Cash
. .d.iI \ '. t.;' .;>;....;i. LOt L.-...'.....V.i witli riMifc.t (B MlLTrtX-Ma
t.. .. ,I. .": :"".1.1: l* tL.'i.-r..f. I..ryir, Ii.si-. ; XT.ilt.in 5. Uaiiiilton 6. l. on 2}. Oranp-. "lay 3.Thirnl and Kri.tucv. SUte LoticiiiAN -*. June. 15 25 J-eon-tnry. May 19. 16C>. 21 blue of Florida. Mar-L 2i. 1!Ij\. 13
.t I.l I." I. I' I'' ,' i la .F..r:. ; : it. MuriiMi; R. lIu'I.I..r 3. Putnnni 4. IlenirndoIi. ACT I ITo .
n,. : .1.r"e"'II' j t.'. Inns) i.t 4j. !Ce. .iii-l.i.i 7.Si!''a n.< S. Hr.lrlwirutitfh : I I \ PPJ.lt 'r .ir"'i1: I h. made Ilf the iwxt see I -
.i \ 'j .C.OM t.-e: pt ifc-*i' ii f I- tn. llis OTriilr.4 u nal dl I.,,.. and! pu-tof laws anthwzn! j jIottriits SPRING
I | ; TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. June 12 I860. TRADE.
-' :I of r.:a"ltrl, l-a.t'i.i- Uil.ougiit L%' i_ 7. T..tl.r2.sile.d.! -si U. Na,.au 4. Total 1113}. in tl.! e t.-tte of Georgia, and fr ether i .1:7\. I!! MM>' the <-J.rr.il .\.f'ml.ly.r! tN Sfite.I I .
k.uu". Li nwrit.. HKO] :4* *: fi I hereby state tint I puich.Hi-l (run E. It. T.

the M. t..y n' i>::' *.-l great iaJiti -uiity tf'I"| -'r q., iMie of Mu.reS Sewing M.tcIii'HS.Jj'l .- 18692

II- voW;;i : "ttlel..r a cnnncinrthru ;, u--n [ **n Iyifyrtte 2, Monroe 6, Dade 1, .oaoan fltat't : That friil ui..i aftrr the Cut .lay of June at IT r.-ur I iVtJfSUj. ;ii'g from the enromiumit lt''lo\\t'luJ i it Vy TTTE
'H. .. VulLa. J .' .1 I. lht.it. 2? those lutiiiN-rs of f.mil who um.'eretjnil!' the arc reriirii.j a lug" ai.l well iilfttol
or.'tI. 'I. n ...--tfif. 14C'iII'IIK"I.' Ijr.it. ',obU'A* I T.It.1 l 32}. Eig'it.<-,. Hu."II..IIIII.J Sixty ail !hiVe and parts of I uII : __ _ _ my \ V SPRING STOCK com.i-1 ofBuols
.... lie ,i.l f..2uw! Li, .!* u'IIto'4ll ::. :;. ulutlti 1-C} necessary to I choice. laws t'ioiizin>; J..'.. ( in lh<* S'.tc i.f Georgia, .' use ol such thii-g*. 1 nould 8>'ppo;' that! raid' Machine mg

1 '. i .le l un lt..M tt.nri|...-. ii 1 i1.: 1-> i ;' i iU I .r tintriidin. oi Lofry TUk. III ill ai.l ttate. \I.eand \ SELLING OFF AT COST rnniiot.will be surpnvsrd fur nimplictty of arratigoiuctit and Shoes, Hardware, Dry Goods;

ton .. ..i11.. h..I..I. t.. : t."tlbt..tII.j.l! J ,I' XO7IIVATION CF CONCIIESSM. lli'- MIIH- :n'.- Ittri-l I \ r .pttd.! I IA "l\TE: offiT lo our friend and I tilt public gmeralJy an J brauty nf ttiich.HUGH A. CO lEY. Groccritr, Iron. Nail:, Trace $' Fifth -
II1. I ..: lId w..oJ' Le t 'D. :', p;,. "':.;.. r..llC. I (IST CALL&lT.r. | p...% ...t! I Iv. the ti.nen.or Di-tv iJ.r II.I !88. Ii j \ \ entire stotk of
our
ti: .., t.t :- ttvh rpeei R e ,'C ttt ... L..ttI' ."t. Ma11'! ls.,i-. "I-U I Chains, Strclcjiers, Bacon. Sal: and
1. I' 11- "'i.I 1 I! .4e.i! .,. .1, lull c'.. I \'. -.lo1 *RD 1!! ... r"rr.-M.id.Hi' 3. Al i.-bna 8. Ilani'lton :h. i ___ ___ __ I 1JI I' GOODS. //.!7'S. JOTS AXD SHOES From /,. Mary L. Bdl, Tullnhat-ee. Flour

' to 11 .n.l.a. s v..: rirfct t-j < IMTV ..' .\....."..:G: uJ j I! Co'ica'-i' *"-. L.TIIJ'lor 2. Gajid v. La.'ay- !t ton.t.1I\1I TIIK: F) r.te.s>I.I. 'W\i i."; f..r; 1I..I'IIu'i- 1'p"!. "..1.1'hn"sscrous; Ititters; Ictirt I II .8.T COST I I\\'- been Uiiuj f.jr B nne time .>nf Jof tie *M'X[ >rcM.ichincs Ai.d for sn> cheap ,by 4-c., 4'c., 4"BOND, .4 CO.

1"01 .. .4..1 ..ia-,. : : ,. !! .. t. t-M.F ( Jut! titl. I m.d1111 fniirfi that it it one vf tie Ijestinj
ty. n .I.r % IIU : Le. l' 'A\AM.A..i I ; B'' We .!.::re. if p.,'ihit'. In clo<" up -ur lu4-ees by LJojd.! ll.irdiCl[ : ItCO. 14
1 r :,1 !: 'tt. a!." it i.-t Uf.-.l,l4.-d II. ...! .... :. .'K I>iLw CTn-J.-fT.Tr>n I It/. !(*tt''tr A '.;1'<. Pitl-Mirirli.' Va:-Oent.: AOa'tJ1" "the l>.-f <.f July CitJeiuaiid tx.iiiiine; our stiiL, 1bhur : \ ni.ichmci in ti.e, alt J ta'ic pleasure inrecomniettd& ---- --
.1".n II till' .1 F.* J. C'. SMITH-M.! "1i-m> 4. Jseks-n 11-15.F I t w... It rs. I I. r..I'. tnet's-: .. ..''' tC'5y-t-jt.t ... It't. ,1 it a' such.Sunaise .
. .It 111. .g
bieli!
.Ht ''tuxnerr.-Fro'Llits G.Il..m:!:ulI 3, Leon Ii.t S : ...7'.n II... II. r'. :".n' .t, nII": e ta-h ,.1.? a...' C'II!i' Saddes; Harness & Bridles .
'Ye JI.lllua. iMiiiu.-1 h ii ,
i i.
jOt "" r.1I : j t ;,sear' \11'hJlon: 'IIIn. iatIrwt,1,54.sqjan..
Calicoes ItltarJicd ami 77niri, Domcsficsr
n. i. .1 oil Ipdjjrtr. h I.i.r.: .i" a. lie .ltr'l it' I>u' il C. \Vnkid'.a! -- I :LI ii'o. I' :"" |nirelia.Nl M-"TII| J t-n tx'tllmnt I I II JKFFEH.OS .'" Tl", u. ) SALE BY BOND na &. dy tI! rl" ... .i..i.i"l1 :',..i '.._hol :... FOB Yo (ce-Walton A, St. J.-hn 5. Dvunilia 7. T"'i-,; .l.. tt.,* "Uiini. hss.' ;t'. 111..1 1 Is"n ihe in T.,5 *. m's-ti. Huts, litxtfs awl Shires Hardware and April 6th. 15.C.O., j jTl.i f FOR. '. MtTd:1.. IFJO. 14
Sats HOM i!_-J%. I .l I wich I.. .. .:.r'vI ir.v1 W.flt: "II. I aa .n.t. I .
Ih M-n a
\Ve i hlt l i I .,..1..10 .. Groceries \ -- -- -- ----- --
onto .t.:' a al *; *( 0." CrccLrry, r* Grms-Orans-. CliiT :. Mari" n 8. POTOJIrr '*- I |.> Sec your Uiid-n l>\ nit |.liy) .i..11I1I. f r use IJr .. \:'!atfl. { II to eeilify tint I hive one of I're'. ruleltI wishing! IJII1 C kiss,.,', Shoe
I vention iq..a| '.I.1..t| | .r. .1..1ee| l tiK-li ..iil.-ri.-.l ,1.llb,1! ) I lu ..mn'.I..111] | call before I persons
ant r'.in..1 e re .ut..n! to eive ALL
in I n t11.lrhines..
La die* "(' Pur'cLeiti4 F.tn\ilv S"W wl.i.llllb..n in u'Cviiliti )
Pn'n.m 4. IlenwiiwUi 3, HilUU !11 7 Moe I | !hllheir orler tilled l leav them
a ,j" 'iitiuent:, ..f .M".at ;.. tlttji i.i. ,+t looeh1l. 3. >itrtig I. .00h.". ... 1.\1' ",IoI..t ..1 two .Il7CflCCtwNL fyuomeItme. c54. >v .i.j
Ce.ed 'I UlitlltJieU VcreIlnaIsliaaa4ilt. ,.f" roc C. Ddde 1, Naau (5-41 : I hate nil tints. f nte > .dlT. Taste Hint I can LI"1J,1r".11
'II.ID activit. il BALLOT. lttti-r: fur I tuyw they'have li.-lrHsl ne bt-jon.l ivy ---- --------- -- -- -- I' in"I!, all Ih iiegw el,'the.-will *tw with any I ____ __ ____ .__
TI.* nimi' of James GHti w-s wiijidrswn.) exj eciiitioii. ours ree.'elt.ttT.| MEDICAL NOTICE. kin j .( tlireuJ. I can rect>en I the M-uhititounv Rio Java and Laguira CclYce.T'Oi .
rrron the )ar aIVtiiot.. nUJ i'tltbi WIl..ON.nIt
tot ] Mimroe noiuiiiatwl, U. j B. Hilton: of Lon.
Pr. tor a'l <1rucc1.t" '"I 1 4MOlIURb \ --o --- |I"r".o that vraot one, us being ns t.1 i II" nny iJ I
_ _
i.. (>i n Ciosuare.-'ibr .. ../" "*> i'<>n cn Mr. In
fa'fI t" V. hid a ,.. will ; uudrr>. |. S'Uii'tO.I. '" :0 ja.MM>] !' cfUn 32. DawLin 13.3r. I' The nlK-nl'on ..tm.he's i. r 1lr.t lo Pr. E*TOI'. hi* profes-M-m services t-> the citizens I Valuable Plantation in Leon -- ---- ---
(t. ..... aI""l.l| lvdd vnitt thi i' .).' '. ; itMuiuatHie* > BALLOT.Mr. TILK, ttll: ).\. .hl..10 I Hhijthlt ri-con>m.-n.1 -.l f<>' :, ,..'Sfe and surrounding, country.2f Spring & Summer Hats
1)senier
od ,.It'. II'MMIU! alien.IitiK Teethinj, uih a> !, coon 1011'1
1 : r. OtFICK AT TilE ClTT IloTCU ._.R1 FOR SALE.
Ae. :
:. tic". Milton thsent1i.i.t''.,.. f. i II., .m..bC'lI ..( r Fi'den withdrew the name of Mr. Tittwnrtli.Tllr I 'ILOOU FOOD-T1ii;. medicine. Irvine. 118 itS ditto t'. UG'. 24tfNotice.! I roIl SALE BY BOND .Jt CO. i
.. .. .. nitme t'fJ. c. Dj_'kin' was ats ui'lidiawn i ... .." .h.lIln": ti..-. .. known as the Wliitalcer place" CHEAP.
.8 _r u..t sott'eni.'d t'i.ir..,.; d iate I. the Bests KuNin '! ant a > \ dilTirinf j jj ------- rI"UlrJltntlllion March SI. l&tiO. 14
.. Pope 41 J. Smith 27}. Yonge 25. Hilton C9. j bun nil |...-m iiiiKliinmi.. i. Will wirf-tht tin- ail.'ii'ion nf.'i : e. The hind lies about H miles --
ill inrleitt: Ct.'ln..uti. .1.11" s e.z't..i.is tor tiitghiy ---- - --
,I who are MifTcrinir frnm irniiintj| or .liflcii m) of Mixxl. II II i iI I North of Tallahassee and c.msisU
of 2-2FO of -
i. important p.t, 4i.w thai s.e IVi."'T..r} 4 Til BALLOT. ,I IP..re I* 'rar..1 l l>y lr C IMlaoMntjt, author or errral' ,ork, scies! Clothing. .
teeiti filly end..r. !I.>. <... llic General it a rterlin. ...1 I dn JuM MaleUlglits m'n.l.t hv ,,ur.eou.rrrtiflcitesotbuw eb.. Live asait.'d NOTE: given by me fir $.S3(). |'ajuh'e t.' John i dwelling a-id other building* are in fine conditionand LOT SPRING CLOTHING FOItaKcbeupby '
ui< :< { ''0 I
5TII BALLOT. ellis vlrtiua.Cniura .> I P. McLnuch, or Ilrtrer-due Janniry 1861. As'. The AILloyd.
are unusu-illy good. proper! is olfcred for BOND t CO.
,
'. I Democrat, a t'l.t- I l' \rt..J tiutnrtulfanner I A DrroxT. New Tork. lire the General emit for i
79 Smith 4}. Yonge 20. Hilton 64}. the c'.". "JLh ; as an orator lit- (I. liui t-v <-<}ual.. Andlirtly I.j!e .h.-I.". '',,. V.'os. lIt..l. Seu ademenenLF.icsale among 31. copy.
by Ames Urt-lr.' Ijclu !I I will not piiv it except compelled >iv law. .pply to --- ------ -
I 11.ughfIt least. Iw is e p-iillrm.m ut *M- Grit BALLOT.
1.vJl.lI.kJ h. .piJ lity. and. with l lj..iiill..r"Jnci.I..JJy i The ,uuneofC. C. Yonpe .". withdrawn.Mr. I :I JUllu9.ItiIIL --.- -CV.- BAYLY.-_ ;: L. H. B. WllIT AKER. EnfiM. N. C.'I' Pen. & Geo. Rail-Road. !

|ijmlar. Ibe Ueiicml ""I'r- m. JX-L.M.II in -i nominated S. St. Gtor1 Kogeri of rbbtrIisirItf i flieiie..tin_ X.: OA I>tKK. STt'A5t_ WnlTK E. W. GAMBLE lUhae, Fla. -0-
when it I \" 26. 18Cf %2-1 f

*tite? L""bllllure. .IIS Gitor..ltaruf Wisig.erv. Marion.Pope 30}. Smith 32. Hilton 39}, Ri gerj 45. ._ Ii II, Drs. Gardner & White, I .*; The Cluir'eston' Merfttry wit please c"pYlri. ISTo. 3 StationBREAKFAST .
till forbid and send bill i II W Gamble.i : .
wevkly to
-
i Ii I' I> .. |
.f IIlton. ean'i.l.te f
Ufiin4
q. our r Ctnigrei1 7ru BALLOT. : i CEMKKMLLK, FLA.. :_ _
.
Pen. & RailBoad.MR. hOUSE
i \ Hilt-nun < fvtHHie Georgia j .
- t'' ..'.\,:lt..ut; g.tbe -'at.-, of uiid..uJ.l& ..d talent acquaiiitauce a flunitrA. Pope 26}, Smith. 21. Hilton Cl}. Rogers44. I HAVE oci.iletl. themselves in the practice of i For Stxlo I 0i

C.C' :. r "'1.1 well vcriM-,1 in lIe atfair of our Utf. STII BALLOT. and Surgery. Plantation] in Jefferson i I ALlIES leaviu TalUhassee a 6 A. M., by the

.H. ..5'. i i. a lawyer high ." ,.lillg. F..r this ..f- Tope 36}, Smith 31}, Hilton CO, Roger 35. I May 26, 1860._.__ 22 u__ I G'ounty '. F I Train C"in Ist or }Madison will do well to
'. 0 iu- ::. n Jf_i.li-dfamriu-iti Mi-Idle and Eif* FI,'r- : OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in Je.f.-rson; avail themselves <>f advantage to be derived fn M
I"c 'j.'. \\ lies e I.., Iso *> 1 l.,l>;4 ll\r>i. aiul i.I ln'rt known.Mi I 9TH BALLOT. MYERS & GORMAN, ; I C.iun y. It consist ,.r InOO acres ff line Cotton a GOOD BREAKFAST at tie above St-iiion.an.pl*

I"R i' I Ililt.'n I t viII coiue fulh' up Iu he ino-t eauguiue Pope 41. SmHh; 29}. Hilton 44. Rosters Ri 1121.hn" .. c. T. N. SYFA.V Las been appointed As I I RECEIVED, per recent uirival from : 1.:11I.1.611' acres cleared and! <.f ibis 6i-0 acr II are I II time l.csstn afforded by the company fur cvtufortaldypiirULi'ig
declined
to -
x.: .'cuiuiu* ..f the IeiiM(r.cy in the tain as*, 111..1 i II.n. T. J. Eppes waived,oinfj and lila i itant Superinteii lent i.f ih a ","L! All per" HAVE York, a splendid assoitincnt of fresh. This tract he within 10 mites ..{ the Petuui- uf the Amc.I
.n rV.'ted will till tb) <- |NI arH;iu-d hint wiibi On motion the rules were resignation *."|.. hi in< ',u.iut'., with the Ul""rll1l"I" d5 SILVER ANr PLATED WARE cola tt Ot-org1 R. R.; is well watered mid adjoins I Parties wi"hi>>g tu get to Monticello by this Trail
"I i Irti: : .i i crc-iit' Iiitn.latid the ...I.I".f the accepted.i partra.nt will cnrnmunicale with him by I letter or i I a large body of good piae ]land abouoUmg in the best can invariably be fa-warded by private conveyance.
.'* ..f i-ti.la. TJMrl'etiW'Titey need l I.MCe co fear i ICrnt BALLOT. otherwise at the vffio in TalNbaMer.tsisned CO3.SI8TI.NQ OFFish I of timber. Ap"\ 'ly t<> TI103. WOODRUFF. Ageit. -

. ,i'i.t, Inn ; ve in"w they iil ei tue t.lila -u-NM-i j I Pope 45. Smith 29. Hilton 51}, Rogers 27}. i E. HOURTOUX Knives CaVe do.. Cups, Napkin Rings Silver E. W. GAMBLE. Tallahassee.fj I _M1'yJ9.J86.V __ 21.LOST t
,. .;ii.-:\ nnd !1th"t..t..r.h..lrlll.IIII.r. ,; Urn BALLOT. President and Superintendent. Salta in cases, Ac. : ? Tile Charles'on! Mercury will' please copy tri

rI I ..-.1 ;, k llilr..l'. the 1J"I.&Cr''. d J.\.k..o.a." I. The name of J. C. Smith was withdrawn June 23. 1R60. froSaptrlnltadtDL'S Fine German Silver Plated Tea Sett. Ice Pitchers I weekly till! ft*bid and lorwardA advertiser.. ; ,

'I-., "'. vrte'.jr"that nl Iria Las'H-nicy.cver"len will c..H give liy bistkVet her fur any Site ,;| Pope 38}, Hilton 91'. Rogers 27}. Office, 1'. & G. R. R.. Cake Baskets Cn.U>rs, Candlesticks :c. May 26 1!)GO. 22 I AT 1st.or a near GOLD the Cal.iloJ..n SCROLL Tuesday or ARAItESQUB ni: May

,.. t, .> t"e t!h fca-i the statue of Jjuksvti. I 2TtI BALLOT. JL-.X 21H. 1860. Fine Se'(a of Jewelry in Cnsvs Droochcs Ear For Sale UKEASTPIN. 1I1-o.ut two incite lonir. A bUrnl

t FOR Port-Madison 7. Jackson 4, Levy 3. Lafayrttt'2. OTOCKHOLDEgS uttemiit.) II.. lv. .titg so theO IUng\ Finger Riu,s, Ac Ac.ALSO 1 ,- reward will be given for it* delivery! at this office
tHE PLANTATION: known as De Soto. Kin
r U I,:the St. Ac;'.rtinc Examiner, June 16&h.3 J JJ I! IIILl"-Fl'an1c1in Total I Ifi. fi. AUcbua 8. Jaekfor 7. i5ih. at ll.ih-twe. will !. pissed V- mid from II Table and Pocket Cutlery. Powder Flasks Shot i JL 3 miles East of Tallahassee! ; it Consists of 600* : _May 12.._186v_ __ ___ 20_ __. _
FOR .
: l:: )ilATt .-T..I"I we t.i ihenai'e : Hamilton 6, Leon 10. Or- TCI1AbSLSPCC fiee. ofchMie. on exh "'I; !! r\i.rnee of Poucbe Cur*. \a. Wad Cutters Meerschaum I acres cleared! land and 240' in timber. :
i J..r..n in Sale of Lots Pensacola.
: W. the iMiiuiue Walton 6. the fart tihe iduet..r. C. T. N SYKAN.June at
It. Iliiuin a*
:M II_ m
> "i. InJ an-1! II of the New ic. to
ply
: : Apply
Decal l :'. J"hns 5. Putnam 4. I'/.ell./ tit i quartets
I ","vd.icr: and l'rewiitalive| inU"t._nM R! 2*. 1 fill". 26 A>.'> > npiTi'it.iKlept. I genuine Lutakid T..b II. '. I C. B. GAMBLE, I 'l"'lJIS SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT '.'.

.tr! 1/. vr.t'iC':
; 'tHt.. "., i* a roide.it o f Jack. -.U C:unt.,, lung I cili- q Munroe, 6. IW1 I. N_**"M 6.-Total: l lt"t. I SCREVEN HOUSE. I J.m,. 2. I860 23 [Sent. ..I'V. : May 26. ISfiO._ 22 _ 3d DAY OF JULY NEXT "
of lie I'
'i .Ill I 1 i 'Ii. !!.,ae cb.irl..n =l.t.dro R.K _.'>!''"' S. Manon 8,bumpier 3, Her I AND SUBSEQUENT D..J rs.
>' '.1.I i 'o ..ie c.ar1.'n: convention, .u.1 111.J. FOR :II I lrilUUo ICE ICE Pen. & Georgia Rail-Road.
I "i i i i.t j (Iethe1roccc'lisigsthlte. TI.,tl'\n I oand- 1 }.-Total 15}. f. 81 V tEORGIA. 1i.liI.if I f : Lots of ,various values and |l"oIIt f"o, will f>e oCered
ut! Miito-i ii,i.l tItle tate tees'md! its name in bun.rof j jmi. I Itf6> } necessary to a cloire.! |, _, .:. SOLD in any .quantity from Ice House. Send I for .ile t<> suit purcli i!rri.. 1)in: altmg the 'line uf this
:. hire "*. blank&in. tc_ (well marked to prevent I :ISTo. 3St tion. Railway and iu ditfcrvnt of the Company's
aid ru.tul tl.e iiuiiK'itul L.rI. Na many I s. R FOLEY ..;".'.'.-Tliis new and p.uU
;
MRS. I 'low with written ord r* fur amount required. Price
)
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1 iliptoM) ]ITliiiuirli aJxmli.rrn RigUU luaU, we teet 'W I.MLr.rtCEJCCE WillS TBIM ant ll'itel ( M nuim-iit is i pr..rertr. 4
: : TlTEJAPAiCSE-RELK.1. < r"ntti2 'qulU'C" rJ"'O U. D. HARROLD. U.e it
tlmn I EMJ or eon
Acts I"'r.b. for lesS 1X( pounds. To regular may ) Tvriis-.oue-fiftl. cash and four-fifth in lie isaac
rraltve.Mr.
_2 m to be truly ctm m*I urdrr. ami to accommodate
I, HOW in e..p1vte icily .1.. ATRUSK"-as1dttllheah""e
PSOH1B1TEU. I of 10 1 Iba. !i cts Ib. LiUralilethictHHi : ecrn. Station
I tlMj customers per .. A FLA K. 1(. Co..
r-. wooS ; MORTOACC csw or TUB tipI
of reaw
Ihltuti. our IIJ.rl here bar lino; fUle hr trafeiiinr! t
uiany "uudrr lit p'iUc on this 16th tie above named
May, perhaps
June perwm iitntitii-4. in grl.tleroan
.-f, toe: l'ut! WAutNcToC. f IIr lArger q Pit.-ki-.tr cask. I FLOIUO.taken at sew third cash ar.d the
r ":".\- }ears oue of thel'l Ie (Itt < iiJi the' prritiwl we.fureof: The It 'otto :.re l .rst. a-id! an'.lm.1 the TII'.ie i fullyeq'Jiil : can describe its consents anti l btain it J jmr or.
I by paying
ln' inteierte.Jlhefiirh : .toe. txtncbir all lUi'road ehsres paid here. I
!!
kficrwuldsr 1 ;e. baLuicv in notes at atid two to bear iuttre
I-.isidian He uue -
IMS.e A JuUj",1 .. hire form-ally declined ill! re- t. .'II11..1! North. -r M ntluFIKLT I the mcnrred this advertisement years
.../t'.1 for a liii!" i1.t.. faiaut.ab. G.'rt.1 j I I thejapaii ltfiu ..ittittittiCt1'tl4!. they .011 the ground thAt tlut..llr..li..ioll I s ;j"f.I.II..r h-r e Oinnnjiis !i. always at i Terms Cash. I May expense 26. M by THOMAS WOODRUFF. t from date

!h-,1:, /.a m -y.r ty j> ...itn. be kit thy j,I i iknowujind rfwcnizeJ by the law* s f the l Llt-I.t i sos. ar. "n'-.t' Lmliinrcarry passengers j Past exH.-rieix-c| prove that it won't do to lose TITLES' GUARANTEED.
.: 1 i.. inu'4u Ja..k ; vtif're I l-. |I'I'IICU"J Ins ii I. ll Uwl..itt baf! Lb* usual rates. j ji
..I"it. Japan. end they are forbidden lir anr maun.rtaVepaitorbeprrHntat | > .sssl| fr.-in ? Ii-ne. trouble and ii.cmey in tr.\ lug I" collect small Just Received : CHAS. A. DAVIS, )
i 1 r .f "':'>I a I.r : nyitl eI.CCreic. ibtit a f..w the celert'on of aiiy i June 23. I to 6'1. 2csm t.11I!. A. P. CRANE A: ut. 1 A. O. J A U DON. V Trust es.
..:i .'.,' '--i. : :urtrj to lit* forl..r borne at lal- |! other. Tl.ev. however. express iheiracLoweumit j D. LADD. A '!'Latent of STERLING SILVER WARE WM. II. CHASE )
I I
."" \'I''r itt Lie "ot.ti.ud it. the .'r.ti.c of f-r thi inler .t and kind attends of their For Rent I _St.Marks. Juno !. 1Sf>(>. 23 canes.PLATED S P f'npa 1. June 9, 18GO. t -3tNotice.
: :!i hi. i. calle" t.. tate r.kn-tt.olittee: I I WARE nnd BRONZE CLOCKS direct --
1 .t .i .,. I.o'dntr. r'acu Lx-injJ the Un- AI't'rt."n friends.! ra'I t LARGE AND COMilt DIOUS BUILD- from the manufacturers
latk.rc; : t.h Lost
I.' i i.-trers.r of the.n P"Y.. g.n dai.ditlle! IIf'n. j After this "'"pr. 1 ijfh..il' "It'..r "tht'. "y 0 ffi";; [ j''' THE ;. kn"wlahe M<>... House InCity. thu! @ i i. And a-fresh supply of SILVER SOAP ft'r cleaa- .
Ilea can lo ti.o "'t.ic titirtl.attiun in : I WI lie it r. wise the dutj the feet .rlhe of harm wen put itt e.fiplete repair. I"oflered OX TUESDAY EVENING LAST a !sm.il! ingSiveraud; Pitted Ware at SIX weeks from ibe fi-st publication of this ool'e' ,
cW.te11"
I i li\\ Let lcrMctuti ba ajtl.. |! c..mmu"I."III 5 to Iht'llt ,., IItt..nJ paCcl for r..ut-is well calculatnl: l>r Pri I .f HANK BIfctS.! .1tII'.nlimll".n S'and WARDEN'S umertign? will applr to the Judge of ]lro-
li'itt.lon. u.i"J. fers of rehisi.1UA LIG'kI end hlyh.tioUI twce good Sins, well recollected fei the State batik of 'letter of
aid Let 'of ti.e Govern'r1ient I rate B-mrding H..ullf' bvmg rOt.'lUiJ. as as I hirteY" bate <>f Leon county for sdmhi'otraUcQ on
cisc : r.IejuthiSP. Between and
I :'em go\ cj'luU url. and t.etny%;vtory tare j of w..r.htp. Ir WII' net the sheitre ti..na and and occupying a central location. Enauire ofJnu.1 I' FI"I iJ.. The finder will be liberAlly rewarded by the Kotgen Building1. I tl>. estate vt Jamn W. Dabnev, d.'tI/I&,1 1.t-a of
'iIIt their .
fCrrS this "fficf1I TERMS: CASH.: '
.--", no on* from tbe of 'u.Q' ill Any way to ii'II w htb 2'th..t :, J.E.PURD .01' leaving the same at s id aotj. WILUAlir I. .

:.. !;.!:::.t.t lur.. "::r eseniL tuppjrl try of Ir.in.thA: I ,.c.)-their.5 t.t wish":. ..1''would"". theIr be .r"ti1.pec.t 18.t A. HOPKINS. '! 14. 1580.. 52 : Jsr, 2, IS JO, t1 I 17, JSW. -(u-..--XiI) .



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CHANGE\ SCHEDULE.::11" l FLORIDA -RA L-ROAD. HOSTSTT3H'S MILES. :ASH &CO.,

. t r ANOY GOODS 1 r ANCY GOODS! Dealers in Drugs, Medicines
t vTallahassee;--<*------- STOMA6TTSI I ,

i & Pen. & Geo. I e5G JUSTreelnd from New Y rk per Ui k R n t
assortment of
' article ?Ir
I in
1' RAIL-ROADS. The rcrriere! rurJ r MI'i'lc u-vTf: IIOSTLTTf such' a Oils of almost kin,1. '* '"
SffDTHEBA TRADE.
ner
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE FOR THE :Kb 1 1.LI bll.\Ll> in I\rl C1T- \\bite Lead, Zinc and paint Car11 r

TEnS pr-tut cn..e 10 best Putty Pruehes. Wi.l. Gim,, ,
can appeal c.lf quality '
r. and after February 21st 1860 Passen .5
daily .. iiitcd GelatineLondon PFki.m.
ON jhviiciinsnml citizens pti:er\l'y 1 the Mustard, French Bran
Trains will run as follows: w 'lv/T!
States, because the article' bas at:aiiicJarcfu-: for medicinal purpose, Spiieo. Pepper Lem'V.tl
ON: and after Sunday ovemrg, Match: 2th, I8eoS. Leave Fernandma' at. .. .. .. ... .200PM. tation hereto'! unisni.r'--. A !iw f.cts ujon Inks,Quinine; Peruvian Bark Fluid Fxtrsct'1BTrptte >
. Cars will leave and run as follow, viz: Baldwin at. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..4.65 .. : than _
will ; Ac. fwd general
this more a
Leave Tallahassee. . . 4.00 P. M. Starke at. .. ... .... .. ... ... .C30 CYfi U S .j f. A WfiNCE \flui juii-.tf bire a fl.cal! ertionor laiooirg foirfuly uffery j none the
Arrive at Mooticello. ... .. 615P. M 00 J .
Waldo at. .. .. .. .. .. ......715 The : n of t-tounch IJit- hope to merit tir> ***'
Leave Tallahassee .. . . 9.35 A. M COSUWII! H""lttcr': your patronage.
H
} Gainesville at.. . .........820 amounted '
for the I li t to over a
Arms at St. Marks . . 11.00 A. M Archer. .. .. .............. .15Amve .. NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET, ten mi'lion ">, ;year u,1 I from its suanfcst: steady Ll- March !9. HI,$ MILESNASII i Co
Leave Tallahassee. .. .. .. 6.00 A. MAmve .. bOll: : 11BLACKSIfIITHING
at Bronson .. ... .... .... ......951 increase m tiu.e, paCt) it i is nl'DL; ilai during -
at Goodman, Station 5. S.CO A. M. :
, Leave MouUccllo.. ... .. . 7 00 A. MArrivs Leave Bronson at..3 00 A. tL a NEW YORK, the coming year: the COIIUr'liol! 1m leach !

- at Tallahassee. . . 9.05 A M Archer. ... .. ...... .....3.30 .. tear one million bottles 'his immense amount THE undersigned Las re..ome,I work

Leave St Marls.. . . . 2.00 P. M. Gainesville at. .. .. ... .... 430 .. WHOLESALE DEALER IN cool 1 never have been sell but for the rare I town, and has opened a SU.p
544 Arrive at Tallahassee .. . S.23 P. M. Waldo at.&o .. lueduinil properties contained in the j reparation tie same building with Mr Kuhn Oir I _

4 ii Leave Goodman's, Station 6. .. 4.SO P. M. Starke at. .. ... .. ... ....CTO .. and the sanction of the rrcat prominent raze Sho,., opposite the Exchange where

: Amve at Tallahassee . .. 7 30 P. M. Baldwin at. .. ... .. .... .7 1>5 .. Combs, Pins, Writing Desk, Jewelry, ihjviuins in those sections of the country .smithing will be doe with sit !
r' Connecting with Poet Coaches at Monticello and Arrive at Fernandma .. .. .. .. 10.46 .. Brushes. Needles Work Boxes lJ"'atche.r, ,here the article is best known, who not only despatch He can refer with ( 1t3 ht.
but onf"u
1 the Litters to their |
patients
' I Goodman's, Station 5, daily. except at }Monticello Freight Trains will leave Fernandina on Mondays Monaics Musical Wares rccoiuTien wb have patronized Lira (' fir 1r*th""r
Stationery its
Ii Snoday and Goodman's Station Sic Monday and Button Porte are ready at all times to Fin testimonia1 to of his work. PlIANt
Wednesdays Fndavs, at 4 20 A. M, and returning 13 I'A .
AND ALSO leave Brooson, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and :;at- Threads, Porte Folios, Perfumery, eScacrin I the diseases all cites of Itlmacbie therclromTi derangementstr January 8,1<*58. 2-tf H.i

: I Connecting with Post Coach to New Port on arrival urdays, at 3.10 A M. Wood and Willow Ware, doc., &c., .is is not: (hrprnry:rIUllilt popularity! obtained --- -- -
5 Li. .(, and which returns befifte the departure of the These Trains connect with Boats to and from 1
efforts in the of trum-
line the Southern Merchant. bv rnoidnury: way
,
I It Train; and with the line of Mail Steamers between Charleston, daily, and with Boats to and from Sa And every article! in the notion required by pi'inj the qualities f,f tie hitters hut, a solid RICHDSON'SIBS

I New Orleans, Key West and Cuba" and intermediate I vannih/o tunet a week ----- "lunation of an invaluable medicine which is : LNElS

I 11 r' points on the Gulf arriving at St. Marls,on their way Through Tickets between all the above Station SPECIALITIES. Jc'i.iacJ to be as enduring as time ilsclf. DAMASKS DIPERS, ,
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to West the 17th and 2nd 3rd of each
Key on or
: month and arriving at St Marls on their toJfsw nnd Charleston can be secured by the daily Boats, "GROTILKH PEKFECT EYED NEED :!." : LATTREVCES: STEEL PNs.THEPtANTERS.LiLAWRENCES ,&cL.AWBSNCZ'B lolelJr'l Stomach Litters hare proveda C ONSUMERS of (BUUI:. />??, and ,
wap and between all the fever and
above where
Stations and Savannah, regions de *"
.
Orleans on the 15th and 29th of each month.I I reduced :: -ORIENTAL COLOGNE.: I : : GoLD PENS:: WARRANTEP: : abe irous of obtaining the grnuint y'U .b r". 'i
at rates by the Steamer Augusta, which and various oilier: bilious com; laints tLc articles *
I h LAWRENCESLEAD PENCILS see
: : ALL MILES.LAWIEXCE'S they purchase
FAVORITE. tha are
I Passengers for Monticello or points North of that LAWRENCE'SSOUTIIERM.RS: : .
I leaves .
Fernandma victims hUllrtds. To bea' eat
on Wednesdays and Saturdays co mtcd their by I be name of the firm, *
will take the 400 P M train. of ObNABURG SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and on spoolS.All Cul
and Savinnab on Mondays and ednesdajs. Also a superior quality .! to state cnnfi.lently that the .
, Passengers for Goodman's, or points East of that, warranted to sample and as represented. Particular attention given tn packing Neat and iter"Drc J. V EICIIAKDSOX, SOXS A
I Freight will also be taken by the Steamer August goods equal a certain cure for the l>y"pe"i-ia and like O'Ii
.e will take the 6.00 A. M. train. at two-thirds of present rates convenient Catalogues, with blanks for memoranda, supplied topurcf.asers on application. diseases is to the proprietor I source cf unalloyed as a guarantee of the soundness and d-j bmrv: of tl,
The train will not run from Tallahassee to St. ,,. November 47-ly Goods. *
26 1859.
IVrRnnK dpftirinrr
, "n nail thani.1. if f1i A VA ,leasiire. It removes all morbi matter
I Marks and beckon Sunday Steamer .--- -- j This caution is rendered
S l only on days duced rates, should notice particularly; the; sailing i i from the stonnch, purifies the 1.10.1, and essentially Bee"MrT
; 1. V, M. L. VINSON AI 't large quantities of inferior ansi der... .
Sup'iMarch
,- days ot the Augusta, aud instruct their agents as to I New Establishment. EDDY & inipnrts renewed vitality to the nervous system, tire ljnni
24, 1660 ____n_ __ 13 _ shipping A. II COLE, SupL informs his friends I. O2S giving it that tone and energy indisjen'-able prepared, wason after season and I sealel with at&*
AI '
undersigned respectfully AND name of by Irish II
1-ernandina March 24, 18GO. 13 TIlE has net I.Wg2 for the restoration of health It : upon Ri./"rLQ1. .ut<, who> fe .
that be operates '
W. EVANS & CO. the public generally, less of the thus inflicted alike
injury ,
tb .
----- LOTTERIES the stomach, liver, and other! digestive organs, nn \m .,
and the
Retired from Business, mildy: but and soon! restores them consumer manutacturcrofthe! genu'ntGol"i ,
powerfully
TO PLANTERS not abind
\\ readily a busmen
No. / d THE nor to a condition to the b'a1bI dischargeof S protta

. v GONE TO HARPER'S FERRY ; Grand Capital Prize $100,000 the functions of nature. a worthier purchasers character can be impo.l on Wit G<. 0,5

..I5'D.: NO YANKEE HUMBUG. I Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily a .
nor has be any J. BULLOCKE A. J. B LOCKS ,
per directions on tie bottle, and they will find Ar.nt..
I Intention of Going to Texas WOOD EDDY & CO Managers.The HI it stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort 36 Church it, New II".
.; i 677 PIONEER Southern Inventions !! Offices are located Wilmington, 54. 1S59 -11
Managers' ?
" i but that he will fully resurue A declining years, is it is pleasant to the palate, _S.pt. _ __
Delaware .
and bt Louis, Missouri
excellent tonic
tbeBLACKSMITHIHC invigorating to the bowels 1 a 1ET1O
Patented June 21st, 1839; by; RF\ JAMES -- I an,I njuvenaiing generally We have the evidence OFTiiE.0 .\
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The followingMAGNIFICENT of thousands of men andwomenwho -- ---
: Pi.rLEK: of Tallahassee, Flo. aged
BROAD- GIFT BUSINESS: : SCHEMES have experienced the benefit oGnbiing this Gear's Machine for Cutting, Planing MO OI1
i .
In all its various branch while from stomach deranjrements
t preparation suffering ,
will be drawn in under the &c., Irregular Forms in Wood
PEELER'S VARIETY STEEL BLADE cs, one month from tLilll publie, Superintendence and 1 general debility: acting under Ig ,
date. His shop is fronting - I of Sworn Commiioer appointed by the Governor. the advice physicians, they have abandoned ----

:: .WAY, 't: BOOKSTORE :ILaCVV: on 200 foot street, __ i WOOD, EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY. nil deleterious drug, and fairly tested the THE undersigned has become the own r of th.

opposite the P -Office -_ _-__ Clays Ao. 312 Draws 30,1SGO merits of tl.is aitule A few words (to the to us m and sell this valuable mIL'1'
SaturdayJune
but one Stock: for any kind of a and lu the rear of Mr. Zuker's Harness Shop, where I gentler *r x, 1 :lere are certain. periods when Florida and lie now offers inJi.i.ul c ent,

S REQUIRES of which may be put on., fastened, he intends to carry on the business as it should le i 78 Numbers. .... .13 Drawn Ilallots. their cares are so hnraving that ninny of them Rights to any who may de purchase On.

KZITOEK. ._ and taken off, in one minute done. Feeling grateful for the liberal patronage I 1 Grand Capital Prize of$10COOO sink und.r the trial The relation of mother the Machines ctn be seen ID operation at anv tim.o.
Is adapted to sod, subsoil,hillside,und general cultivation heretofore extended lo him, be would respectfully ant chill 1 is so absorbingly tender, that the the shop of I. W. Bowen a the Tall ihassee It

THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED nod may be turned into a double plow i. solicit a continuance of the same! Ixiping by his own mother. especially if she 1: be young, is apt to Depot The machine is simple in its eonstrucuunadaj R
S t desired, and is so constructed: that a seed l planter may personal effort and prompt attention to render entire furget her own health in her extreme anxiety ted to cut a greater variety t'f irregular funu

GIFT :BOOK HOUSE. be attached to it, the coat of which will not exceed satisfaction. II B FITTS. for her infant Should the period of maternity and surfaces than any other yt luveuied te
28 1860 1 Prize of 21,600 II G6 Prizes of 15 pacity is equal to and
.... one dollar April 18-tf arrive during the summer season, the wear of twenty men, ill some lmdtof
., Every part n detachable and adjustable to itself. -- -- ---- 3 Prizes of 12.600 G5 Prizes or .. 100 body sod mind is generally aggravated Here, work much more. It occupies but smal.pa'e:,
A GIFTVITH EVERY BOOK, S Prizes of 11,000 I &6 oC 80 from three
The stock, which may be made of common JXTOTIODE3.Pen. Prize then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recuperate to four feel square is nl-3nj r*
HV/A front M '''(1', (9 | jiine 3 Prizes of 65 Prizes of 5u"l
( lOO,00 50 quires but little dr.
a. plank, i< so simply constructed, and there being no & Geo. Railroad 3.00 'I the energies of the sy tem. and enable the power t ve Ever kind
1) :nDOZ: : 3 s weld in the iron part, that the whole plow may be Company. 3 Prizes of .. 2,600 I 4,810 Prizes oC. 40 mother to hear up under her exhausting trials neat and difficult work in linear I tuWi1., ",biu o t
3 Prizes of .
2,000 27,040 Prizes of 20 Furniture, Carriage Vag. n anl] Burjrt'BuiIdirr
r'IL.i1y! by the COif.mODest Smith after anl ,-esponsihilii.e mothers ,
put up once generally
::5 constant additions to stock hate 100 Prizes of uninJ
roll
By our we obtaining a torreC* attcrn.Farmers 1,000 I prefer the Iiter other invigora- Jc"; Ac. can be turned out bf it w'ithneatness astoiu hrz,
..ted the larcst and most tried selection of Books --- and '

S ..n r ofiVred/ by any publi..hin.:; bou"e in the country, wrought iron may, turning even fit p'ows' their, scooters present, and supply. snecpsfur of A MEETING of the Stockholders; of the Pens 3,396 Frz-I amounting to .. .'. 'lISO'SSNEAELY ,) tOn,that because receive it is the agreeable enduraement to the of taste physicians as- de.pntc.L JERE RKIIiRIHJuly

all of winch are fieli from the publishers bands, and cola J Railroad called to i iiRi', :-- 16, 1859.
this stook.PEELER'S. ; Georgia is conveneat 1 rr TICKETS.WnoLz : well as certain to give a permanent increase m 59-ly
are warranted: poif,'ct in formA _
e\"ery 'I --0- Tallahassee on Monday, the 25th: of Jane next. bodily! strength --
CATALOGUE which for pcrf.etion of arnnge: Dy order of the Board! of Directors
All those to whom have
MANURE TICSITS we particularly
DISTRIBUTOR! $20 HALVES persons Notice.SIX
$10
; QUARTERS f 5
i irent careful eiloctiui, and clarification! of Ancient 1-. II FLAGG, Secretary. ; ; referred above to wit: sufferers from .
EiGiiTns
and Modern Literature has never beencquilhd: \ DAPTFD to the sowing and istributingof any :W- Sentinel, Quincy Friend $2.50. months after the first
Republic, Family fever and cnti-ed 1 Iy diarrhoea, Jn of
}iss l '
copy inhgestun, lovs of and of .
dysentery ei :
ues throughout the count is njw remodeled} crarse either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or'Wag..n be sold at the following rates, which ill the 'risk appetite of Elizabeth th i
S rj: _May.!. 5, 1860, 19TALLAHAS ____ all diseases or derangements of the stomach, Cniiiphell deeea and imprcTeJ,anti TV ill be mailed free to any address on plantation may be readily fixed for thi* Certificates.. ot Package of 26 Whole Ticket{29900 8ullunnllcl invalid, persons of sedentary ty \\"i pre uit Ins final amount Ill Touerrri Hi
at a trifling coal SEECMtRIAGE t
on application purpose 26 Half 149.50a occupation. and nursing D.uller will consult Hon Judge of Probate of Lnn count, and sk to
.
; bend ftia Catalogue The --- -- SADDLERY 26 QUlLrtt'r" 74.75 their own 1 Iy gibing to llosteiter diecharged. WILL.\M PERkHS
:: It wjll bemaile.lfreeto.an.ad.lrefs.an.l ] will un.lfrPigued' is now the o\\nerof the State I 26 Eigbth" 3737 's ( IbyicalHhUt tr.alLTION Dec 17. 1S59 Auiii-
flight of } :ond i. fur tbtse inventions Tile County 'tll'Lrtf'o Uler a o6m
an invaluable a*"mtint in the formation of AJ; D --- -
rirove a Rights for the Lave ---- r C.\ -We cannon : public against : -
: following counties not been
f liJirary; .or the selection of useful and cutrrtxningreadiu I' sold, viz: yet S IIARNESSEST Splendid SchemeTO ulint any flf the Inn imitations. or counter Notice.

; lIamtoh m.ia Madison i but ark for JIST.TTEI' CEUIU.nIDTOMA(1 :
Ci TPTS. ,,Taylor Lafayette: after date the under i I wi'.l 1
I y : : IF DRAWN i> BITTEIF' feft tl'lt' each bottle hstleworli SIX montl re(1( psi
: ijoou. itjiisuen, r ranK lID, ; Jack' .
uiciiy laiuoun. ABLISHMENT.I
;: J Ii The limitless varieties <.Gifls distributed andS llorrus: Walton EACH "l>r.J. ilostetter's Stomach I uters'* fnaln'c\.unts and vouchers to tb.JcJ!,.
l eon Washington, Santa Iloea and WEDNESDAY IN JUNE.
of
t their really in'nrisicalue will commend them to all lHambia. U- I.>!own on the s:de c.t f lire bottle, and stsznpe'lCu Probate cwtinty, a sUmmntnti os ii,

-St lovers of good ta'te. By burins in large quintiti. I TIle County Rights: for he above named counties I I nTnscmnEr.T I Class 270 Draws Wednesday, June (5, ItO the .neta'hc cap cO\rnj: tie' com, aol estate of Adam Oranuinf;. decramemi.. i hats of-- .-i

) : and f>r cash, we are onabled t.. apportion a greaterTa'uefrt of this: Statev, itii the County Kujht fir the counties T'HE\ ; purchased! -'t-.s i Clas3! 2SJ Draws Wednesday, June 13, IttiO observe that our : .l i(tu il.o f county, ned ask to be A.chirpid! P. GRAMLLNO tliertfrffm. AdrsrJA07,1880.

S our pifron than otlcrs. as one tnil: mil I of Dtentur Miller and Early, ef the :State ofi r the interest i O f the late .' e'- : ,, :' Class 291 Draws \cdnesday, June 20,1SOOClaJ ( label .
bone ,,1.0"ish to test the of &1 :\ se- Prepared and sol J by nO -Cni
U' convince strength our i Georgia are now offered for sale, and maybe hail DAVID E. HUIL in r.r-j'Ii"'_ 306 Draws June T'In.I -
27 ItGOM.IBL1 -
iil.iesdaj -
: Pa., and
8MIT1I ly
iodutvments.Tlx'se .
Pitburgh (,1.
in- the al
I by JpplJ immediately on such heroic as to give Carnvc. Saddlery -' _;_
It" 'I' DISPJI.TCI.d :_ the PUI chaser a chance to realize more than teD times rind Ildiness Lu"inef!I, I !P ""a : PEIZE TO E"VEEY TWO TICKEF.TS: druggists, grocers, acd <'I the United States, South Awo-
" who rt ard a prompt rcjly to their orders the money for v inch they can be lx>ught so long kept by him, ; throughout month Per date, the will) pr.
.. 78 Numbers.. . 13 Drawn Ballots.i rico,and undlrpie
S will Le sine and eeu
S tacatk-n of New York City with its many divergms liOn rights! can cbtjin them ly apply t.> me nt this tie itnlririritaute of l4iiT'Itll b,J. II. GREGOICY A. CO., :TJ. %.%Sit of t rebate of I.ron county ami app'v' f.>r a

t ;: moan of (tranf'pnt'tat; give us unrivalled I place, or my agent for the ('n fl the rotate fealb.\t

Jvantagps, in forwarding to the noints. I My uriform i puce for the uidii'idual: right to mikeami Counties!, that be wil! continue; the ui'ine's in all its I 1 Prize of .15,639 I 15 ..?4fQ fee, Florida, and J. "'. SKII'PLU, 'ew I ham Grimes, dereised late of said county

Tie lujn'u nnangcniei.ts i'f, our E lave been .o tliori.ugbly \\tt-i ctcd, that orders received Ditr;butor f'i ..th. I all times, 2 Pnzcs of 10.00.500 : 65 Prizes of .. 100 April U, 18CO 15-lyNO"TiCE Jan. 21. f6n. 4-fim

Si l 1\ the'! evening mail. the rival tnornin:; are on I The cost (.f the material: and making of (the stock: Road Wa S 2 Prizes c If. 5,000 : 65 Prizes of .. 70 ---
their way to their; destination' and no rrders are ..1.I 1 1Isyed .. ready! for IIowing with anv kind of a blade, about\ Roclairars, Raisin, ;,'im: over twenty four hours from the ticie of' their }. Tln chwles both wood lirullcjt, Whipi, TtunJisand
$: and iron work{"oUlpld,. 4 Prizes of 1,500 Ian Prizes of ...
3
rtreiitiuu. I Tire cost of the 'Iadtl' is owinpr to their i-t-ight Machine Helling 15 Prizes! cf 1000 j 4.745 Prizes of ... 20 STAn Of FLOHIAl

SAFETY_ I and what! the Smith charge s for making; them,v.lncli Of every vnjietv And 1 in fact, every article usually 15 Prizes of 5'X' I,,27,040- Przesof .. 10 TN returning his thanks fur the very lib"l patron \\akulla J f
Ifc We take the riSk of all loss through the nail, if I is less than ill for .1. bestowed undersigned SPENCrR, tdmimsfratoroftlirfksV'if:
generally -
charged miking any other kept in sueS an c-tiblishuirnt aud be hopes by attention nye l.erflforl upon IM.
f. the directiims are followed as in Catalogue. which is kind of a plow Hade, bring without weld, exceedingly to the interests of Ins customers, to merit :a ;Prizes. .. .. .Amounting to $589,589WUOLI would recptctfully inform the public that he Pelt, late of AV'akalla county. d f,
t not done by other Gift Book Houses. Money tent simple nml easy to give the prop settA continuance of the patronage bestowed still continues tIre i wi!ed, boeing filed in the PrnbiU cffioe f ut

in the term of draft payable to our order. or !litters I stock complete with a steel tura nj plow! blade, upon his predecessor s liberally. :TICKET* $lo; HU.\E $5 QCARTEES ?J5o BUSINESS ccunty I written stigsreotion that he believes 'l
4 ..ocl..infun.I/ if registered according; to Ian, are scooter and sweep, will cost in oar slmj' here about E C.RUIAGC estate of Mid William Pelt to b insolvent. tlierefrff
icsuied a cafe return. $:5. The stocks without the iron work can be fur The subscriber would also inform his friends and i Certificates of Paekngenin-ih-ab; ; Scheme to In all its vinous branche't' notice w hereby given to all persons having tbl s
: AGENTS. vi'hed at 20 cents'cacli. the public, that he still continues the Agency of the be drawn each at the following nt the OLD (j) __. :, __ against mail I estate to appear and file the same wits

I!'xik Agents and thos dc siring: to become eo : Every where this plow has: been introduced it bisbcn well known and justly celebrated rates, which is the risk: posite the Book Store, f the Judge if Probate of*ail county on orlli>rrtH

should examine our tHm.. as t<'n bocks! cnn be sold considered TJ heeler 4'$ Wilson's Sewing Machines. CerUficaU' Package of 26 Whole Tickets $ / and hopes by strict nten. : "' .+ 1st of Julv. 18fiO, when there will be 1 pro rats ditributiou -

I in the came time that one may be disposed l of in the 7/.c ..1lvsJclnamiC'al., Coirenint F.jji.cirnl Tallahassee, Sept 24, 1859. 39Taylor's a 26 Half Jtafc 7475. tion to his I.> .'WI ; i of said estate among the ered.tori ol tt&II .
merit continuance of
,t regular way through the inducements given I l'j> us c 20 Quarter tV' 37.37 a A. ", I tatc.
lu the purcl'Ml'r. Cultnator Ever Invented share of the public patrooage i 1 IE1DERSOX, Judge of Probs:
A great many of the most reliable and intelligent Cotton Gins Dec. 81. ) .
: the liberal ions
tWe pay not comniis< toApu.U planters of Middle Florida have given certificates of In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the He would also inform 53m _
45 and 50 Saw Gins, on hand and for amount of to our address, for what wigh
Wulutla Circuit
money you Court. It
and of that 40 the that he Equity.
its efficiency, are opinion ns soon as its public
the inositarit-il IIn.l 1 extensive stnck
rn'We keep sale HO1KIJ.S NEGINNISS.BROV1i'S .
of Books and 1 Gifts, and gratuitously circulate the merits become generally known, it will be the Only by d to purchase; name the Lottery in which you wish i I bas fitted up a room at his shop for taking Mary E. lAwrence, 1
invested and
whether wish Wholes Halves
Plow used, being not only the most convenient but you Cs- >. Bill for Divorce
and best clarified thecountry.
most! complete catalogue in I
DOUBLE YLI.NDER of which send what is
on we or-
\ cheapest p'ow they have ever seen Ques. receipt tkingJHO'OGn.PBSI Francis L. Lawrence, )
I This Plow lOtS taken the first in all the by first mail, together with the scheme net appeanng to the the Court b'
,) Cy We guarantee: |vrfoct FitisCiction to all who State Fairs it has been entered;premium and two premiumswere 60 SAW GIN Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Draw le size. DAGUERREOTYPES copied and enlargedto IT thaI satitoacim, in this Bill.
,
with flEd.
.. I may favor us their patronage."now log, Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent size, cither on or ready (
canvass orpaint.ing. ordered that
I I awarded to it at the South Carolina State Fair sale HOPKINS A paper sides out of Stte of Florida; It is
MLGINNISS. te
by
V TO r\D) FOR BOOKS last: Fall ; but I do not want planters to buy rigths FOR 21, 1860. 17-lm with an- KxplanationJ5f WA. KtUNS a hearing be upon the facts charged in rid B
Orders of Five Books and upwards should be sent upon these recommendations alone, I want them to Apri : J'urcwer will please write their signature O:7Call and examine specimens .ij before the Judge if the Middle Circuit of the !t

', Ly express, if possible, as it is cheaper and safer buy the right-have the plows made-given them a plain and give the name of'..heir Post Office, Countyand Jan 1 IS 60. 3tfLIYEBY of forid.on tie first Monday ol July nit It S

tC than by mail. fair trial, and iC after properly makin and using A. JOHNS, State. -- --- furtbe that a copy of this order be pnbWd

-'t' Money if possible,should be Kent in form of drafts, them, they do not find them as advertised, I herein Dealer in and Manufacturer of all kinds a All commnniCtionsltricty confidential. P. B. BROKAW'S. in the Floridian and Journal, once a with, fc*tl.
as payment can >>e stopped if tort through the maiLS pledge myself to return them thtir money. This I o ESF" prizes under paid immediately space of three months ,

Letters enclosing Money may be sent at our risk. think is as fair as they could ask I AGENTS W>MED. AMERICAN AND ITALIAN after the drawing-other prizes at thr usual IHD SALE STABLES l'uoo Chambers thisJ9th day of fsch A. D.

provided they are registered according to law. These A. J. PEELER, Tallahassee, Fla. MARBLE time of forty days. 18CO a J. WATLES Jqg.

precaution are simple and within the reach of all, I have a Shop in this place exclusively engagedin WORK t. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Maich :n. 1860. H-m

seunnc the cafe transmitttnce of Books. making and repairing these plows. Those mr- O ENTS7 Our Number Proprietor would in-
Lotteries
S '55" lu ordering books, the title, in black letters ehtling plantation tights can be furnished with plows BOX TOMBS. TABLETS, HEAD STONES, dct Single TIE and the Notice.SIX .:

only should, be used The writing should be plain, at 18 cents per pound iron work, 24 cents per pound, Yard near the Capitl, Tallahassee, Fla. CAPITAL PRIZE public,that he bas rebuilt his._ _
I and the Name: Post Office, County and State should steel \rork-which is less per pound than any other Work sold as cheap as it can be had elsewhere $5,0 Brick SUbles, at the old stand, and is now months after date the un-Jersigned .i pi*
be distinct to avoid mistake. I May 5, 1860 DRAW EVERY SATURDAY. are his final account and Touchers JDd'
plows can be made for in this market 19-60 prepared to accommodate his friends and customers t te
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i-- ., '':II".W "15P1' U -i.U.\" I-VS. n_ A._. 1_fiAO_ ___. 1-tn__ June_ ___ :_In_.. WBOLI TICKETS $10; HAVE$5; QUARTERS $2,50; He also bas attached to his Stables,a good Black. of Probate of Ln county,and apply t
J .- Direct ill communications to D. W. EVANS -- New Blacksmith Shop smith Shop,where be villhave have done all kinds oiPlantation ('hlrgt from admnioitotratio o the estat.a

&: CO. 671 Broadway New York. WILLIAM P. SLUSSER JgT Orders for Tickets or Cerfcte in any of work Horse, shoeing,and Carnage work in Mary M TO"Den det'uelat of said coast
Admr
:- March 31, 1860. 14-Sra THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED HIS the above Slhemes to be direted the very best manner and with promptness and di SMT
5- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA WOOD, EDDY CO, Wilmington, Del, plteh. March 10. 1880. 1.80

.: Nathaniel Hamlen, M A'SCFACTUBFK OF COPPERTIN AND SHEET HENRY the Monroe HICKS"from Housetothebuildingadjoicringthe or, WOOD, EDDY c.CO..St. Louis. Mo.C5f November 6, 1853. 44 Notice. '

:; COMMISSION MERCHANT, IRON: WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Circulars containing Schemes for the month
_ will sent, free of by addressing above: Carriages, Buggies, and HarnessFor months from the first publication of a'
.. DEALER PLAIN FANCY JAPANJIEDWAEE. expense &
No. 38 Tojclras SL, New Orleans. IN AND Shop of Mr E. B. Clark, b SIX tb *
C Messrs. t The Drawings of Wood, Eddy t Co.'. Lot Sale by P. B. Brokaw. the undersigned admlieratrf e'
opposite Hopkins I w
.
_ of John Parkhill, late ,
tenes in the New York Herald New L Cutl
deceu'd
are
& Meginmss' where he
is publ.hed Subscriber
REFERS TO- stove Ilead-Qnnrtcrs. I York Yorker StaaU THE ha just received* present his final the Judge Probst*"
S Ex.GOT.James E. Broome, > itien. A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parlor now prepared to perform Time Zeitung. very hinge supply of Carriage, Leon county and uk to be discharged.
It. A. Shine, ) Tlluluil, a -iA. and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatness PJjS all work, including Buggies, and Harness,which be offcis S. M. PARKUILLAdDrFeb. .

A. B Noyes Esq.' l and durability,at reduced prices.. 5J L Ilornre-S/noeing. &e, FULTON FOUNDRY for sale on the most reasonable terms. 181860. 8ni'
i R. M Spencer, Eia, }r N ewpo rt, Fla. Out Door Work. intrusted to his charge, in the best manner and despatch November 18. 1854. 46 ____ --
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
John J. Snelling, Quincy, Fla. JOSEPH H ALSTON. Blacksmith Notice.
I Gen. Wm Bailey, Jefferson/ county, FlLJ. Roofing Ornamental Front Heads,Guttering,Cop March 10, 1860. ll-6m Sentinel copy.

0 Putnam, Esq, Madison Fla. per and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet I.eadheei JOHN CARDTrProprielor.MTEAJJ DESTY.

S Augustus Steele, Esq, Cedar Kej, Fla. Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work Jut Received, -
:t Daniel Bell Hamilton of variety done at short notice '
S S F.pq. county, FlaggSXST' every Per ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse power,
.. (Thom.sville.G.o. City nnd Country merchants Moxley from New York. O built to order, of the best material and work f

: ; Art respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing A SELECT Let of R.UiIE. CORDIL msnsbip, and a cheap A can be purchased in New
- Jack J. Marsh. Esq. Duncanvllle, Geo. elsewhere SYRUPS, CIARS CANDE York or any Northern city and lad down in Florida.

Ncv. 20. 1858 1L.___ fly N. B All articles mannfactned from the very Perfect Love I Rpbrry Syrup Castings for Saw Mills, OTst .,Ol Gen Ac. --

best material and warranted durable. Ko other art Rose do I do DR. T. J. CUR LEE
GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION !
ewill be offered for sale. Mint do Pine Apple do inches in diameter always on hand,0 made order. .- -
o Anisette do I Strawberry do of Iron for return his grateful acknowledgements
October 20, 1855: 42 Some beautiful patterns Railing graveyards WOULD
.1 HONEY & LLOYD'S ---------- Orange do I Cognac Brandy, 1848, Ac. citizens of Southern Georgia, and Mid- ri'IIEBLACKSMrni BUSINESS L'AL J

J. PATENT EOCT1IEKN Notice. Kurnel do J Cbsmpagne Brandy, work of all descriptions executed with dle and East Florida, for the very liberal patronage JL branches will be earned oa aeberet0f ', ti
-ALSO- Joing and All orders addressed to received from them during the past five or six years. OLD STAND, by the undersigned, who r W

:ILaCvv:: ALL persons having claims or demands against S A large assortment of fine CANDIES Apply t John Cardy, d.path, Honda, will b promptly He will continue the practice of the above pre Cea thanks fu and solicits a continuation of tit f6""
of Bartholomew Tallue
estate Holt
deceased
r March 17, 1860 C. WEST. attended sion in those sections of and baa made such patronage heretofore liberally extended
12H to. Cnt.
:/ Patented Dec. 27th, 1859"TTTE late of Leon county are requested to present'! them, 1 arrangements with of Dental Materi July 1, 1859. 30 1 I?, C WILJ.-_
properly authenticated, to the undersigned, within (& Terms Cash co: ala, a to enable him to put up nL
North
call the attention of the public to our now the time prescribed by law or they will be barred ; TUNKO & of the popular moes. at from fifty to !

\V PLOW feeling satisfied that it is the most and all those indebted will make payment imme- SieoialITotioe.II one hundred dollars less u usually chrge for BLckMiG

onvement, valuable and economical plow yet invented diately. W. T. TAYLOR, Adm'r. 01j4, tbe same in the South; (be mea. what e sag.)and ,
S i and must, when it has been tried, supercede all May 12 I860 20-8w -, vnm purchased tbe interest Joseph Cardy guarantees them to be as DURABLE, BUtTft I '
$? FACTORSAXD '4 the Fulton well as all accounts iEBncciBLK can be pat North I rafeiki3 BLACKSMITH SHOP sgsiicotunection iD
) I othen This is the opinion of experienced planters i Foodr a I up South be ,].
.. Notice. I be wbert
.L. Lave examined it.* We arc are prepared to sell due concern, the will hereafter conducted Those in need of his service, can bv ( a with his LrvMT STABLZJ.

I patent, and call the special attention of the public Months after the first publication of this no I by m*. Those indebted will please come note to him at either Mont: or Madison Flo, I have done all kind of Plantation and Ca'oALO

Si, that those wishing may secure them soon. The plow SIX the undersigned will preeeDt his final account (Ornrrol( (Commission I I forward and settle their accounts. baT the work done, and time to test it before paying .
1 .can b. seen at Lloyd!, and we will leave patterns and vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Leon county JRcrcants, II JOHN CARDY. for it. 11011-SE the very best mlean.lwi

$,1 distributed at different placet very soon. as executor of the estate of A. L Fisher deceased, I January 7, I860. !-ljT rjJF The best references given if desired. O eec every endeavor to L'

: & RONEY

Jan H, I860. J-tf ALFRED A. FISHER, Ex'tr. U F. HAKCKEL 1 I FOR SALE. BlJammy

April 28. 18(50 18-Cm W M. I I, AND LOT TOGETHER WITH Fellow Cizizens 1.1859 I _
: Notice.ALL I TUNNO 1 Charleston, S. J0US& ----- --- ----
1 f A
)1 R u *, are BOOKS belonging to the eetate of J. M.
having claims or demands against 1 I Noli J th ol .he THE show that Notice. .
persons OWE pleasantly! situated on t principle many of yon are that ,
elate of Alfred Bryant, deceased, late of IX months after the Vrst; publication of this DO .- S and near the Depot, era estate in sums of f 1 and upwards The books cue and months after date, the undfrs'g *T-Jal,

'- Leon county, are notified to present them to the undersigned O tice, the undersigned executor of the last Will the absence of one of our firm, Messrs. D. C. I menl*valkof th 1 It bas accounts will be (bund with the subscriber until tbe SIX his fD aecunl and vo ben to t" .

- -: within the time prescribed by law, or this and testament of Archibald Graham, deceased late IN & S Tallahassee, Fla, will represent O an excellent Cap food .. 1st of next July when they will lie turned over to (f Probate county as e- fficio jdini'. .|.ll.

notice will be plead in bar of their recovery ; and all of Leon county, will present bit final account as such receive ad upon all Cotton designed forUL Fruit Tr Ac,which make it very convenient and the Sheriff with instruction to CillttL .Tak doe tor o tb estate of V. V. feknnr.decti; **

persons indebted are requested to nink payment! txeculor.: to the Judge of Probate of said county, and u HAIiCKELTUN!>O tNOWELL, t one that may web for a pleasant situation. notice thereof and govern joumhea accordingly" lid county, and ask to be dihr ,t th.ifr. .
.immediately JOHN A McINTOSK Aduar.Ksy as k; to b. Ji.tht'CeJ.: W G FONDER, Ex tr. I Charleston S. C. C..u*D wz rr JOHN B0M VN. S A, rFCrp.FjrtV IL T. IJ'I iR Fs t : "

S B, ISrtO 19-w April II, '1S->". 16 fim. Jin.. :S. I860 5 { Sentinel copy. Tallahassee, }'eb 18, '60. t Newport. Mirch "t. lSiO. J ,\j..t i





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