The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00410
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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., PROPOSED AMENDMENTS prarts5ionaL l nnb pasincss (Cnrfcs Pen. & Geo. Rail-Road. I AMES & LIVELY, UNITED STATES---0- MAIL. SPRING TRADE. '

r TO TUX I : = -- = No.3-0-Station I WHOLESALE AND RETAIITaULASASSli POST Ol'no. Dzraa.iuizyr: :LS6C !

Constitution of the State NASH & May 16, 1860. r *
MILES CO. TTTE are receiving a large aDd well selected l
ATtOPTED: BT SIXTH GEXEBAL ASSEMBLY.o I BREAKFAST hOUSE i -DEALERS 11'1'- 13=>>ROPOSALS for conveying the mails of the UniJL I YY SPRING STOCK consisting of
---- DEALERS tic -0- ted States from October 1. 1860! to June 30 I
A\ ACT ta an.cnd the 8th ection of th.. 6th article "PARTIES hcnviutTall..hassce a 6 A."f., brUte$ 1863,on the following routes in the State of Florida Boots and Shoes Hardware, Dry Goods

ttC tbe Cou titntion of> the State of Florida. I DRUGS, i PAINTS, JL Train p-ing: Ea"t or M 3titdieon will do well to will be received at tbe Contract Office of this De- Groceries Iron Nails, Trace Jf Fifth

-,rXTIOf: 1. Kf it cwdedby the Sf note",,4 JllJlUt avail themtelvee of the advantage to be derived from i partment until 3 p. m of July 31 next,to be decided .
rf Kfprtffntatirti of the State of Flsridi in. MEDICINES, li5 OILS i GOOD BREAKFAST at the above Station,ample by August 10 following: Chains Stretchers Bacon Salt and

,; ,,wlIl AemMn fortvetitd.: That the 6th section of I time being nfforded liy the company fur comfortably 1i. 6508 From Starke, !I'J Catfix and Tim moos, to '. Flour, Jfc.:, 4-(".. 4-c.,
I e ,;jb article of the Constitution of this State shall "VT7"OULD inform their nends and the public. partaking of the same. Pilatka 6ft miles and ba.k. once a wr. .k. And fur sale cheap by BOND A CO.

r < Lrt,.ift(Tb* so ,construwl to render any Justice VV they hare on hand e
,.f tlae Supreme Court. Chancellor or> Jude of tbi. I rticles as are generally kept in their line of busineund can iovaiiably be f"rll."k..1 by private convevane. Arrive at Pilatka next: day by 7 pm;
.{1a>, ineligible to either of the office) of Justice of I will be receding regularly fresh supplies. Theii TI10S.: WOODRUFF} Ageut Leave Pilatka Wednesday at 6 a m; Saddles Harness & :Bridles

the 'Mirnvme Court.Chancellor or Jud;;e of this State, : ernie! shall breasonable.Tallahassee May 19. 1860. 21. Arrive at Slarke next day by 5 p m. ,

\:', ,(i !il"> "-'UuJ ih"t the MHH1 i i. another nnd diffettiee. April 9th 1838- 14. -- FLAil Bids for semi-weekly and also fur tii weekly trip, FOR SALE BY BOND A CO.
r;' utatioii o'r port<>f 1-o.ior and emIt n1ent. Just Received : and to run by a quicker schedule,will be considered March I. I860. 14

|I \,nth (Jenoral AssemblyPjs the Senate by P. L. WARDEN now receiving A large and fresh supply ol 6509 From Starke,by New River to Providence,
assortment ARE
"i1c ,- .'MitutKtrtl, majority January 8, 18.: Pnted Alf! SILVER WARE variety ofai-ticle. kept by Druggists. 36 miles and back once a week.Leave :. A LLpersooswishiugBlnckburn's Shoe.
eases, can have their orders filled by leaving them
Pt-lTEK nr@latrgrs .
U I II"I"* .1 f! Ileprffrenfatives l>y tic constitutional PLANTERS PJITh'ICIA2.S.and Starke Monday at 1 a m ;
a!ijrn" !y Jajaary I!, 18015.] I (Cloths:{ reel from the manufacturers.And others will always find at this establishment i a Arrive at Providence by 6 p m; 'Lloyd March SI, 1860. 14
rlurIru Leave Providence at 6
fresh of needed in our line and on Tuesday a m;
a supply of SILVER SOAP for clean full supply every thing
amend tie ?lection of Cut nth article ,
ACT to : 5
AN ing Silveraud Plated Ware atWARDEN'S a* liberal terms as they can be had in any Southern .trrrreatStarkeby pm. Rio Java and Laguira Coffee
of the Constitution c.r this State. I Sterling Surer, Fine Plated Ware, Market. Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended Bids for semi weekly and also for tri weekly trip,
I. /;V if ra"ltd by r7, Senate and 1I0N.t will be considered. SALE BY BOND A; CO.
;?LCTij\ i il
!? .ITrJ'r.TALLAflAEE ft' ){."rctfiti't'ies; cf tile S.-if of World in 1J'l.n"l' .A1JID Between Kirlsey' and the RntgerV Building. purchased by Customers.! To Cash and 6517 From Silver Spring. by Canton Orange March SI, laG<>. 14

,-,;: A**<'>'<"W.v v".thLJ. That the 7th ntction Gt'lt'l FL0a.iDa. TERMS: C.ASE: :. personally time buyers, we feel confident in saying we Springs, and Morrison' Mills to Bellamy Station, -
\tL: ..ii'o: of the Constitution: of this State WATCHES AND -JEWELRY-- REPAIRED. June 2. 1860. S I can prompt give them eutire satisfaction. Our STOCK corn 52 miles snd back, three times a week. Spring & Summer Hats
d-nei.Je.i a.- to read all! liabilities: of> such Hanks. Leave Silver Spring Monday Wednesday Fri.
I I-- paaUe: in specie' arid the appegate<< of the Iiabili- i fFOrJtr.forlair \\Vcrkfrom orer ZOO dss7na.M1S6O. MOORE'S DOUBLE LOCK STITCH pri** -Drue Dye5tuffs day at 6 m ; C HEAP. FOR SALE BY BOND & CO.

tic at!i issues ('or" Bank (exclusive of dep"*lb)shall 10 Medicine Varnishes, Arrive at Bellamy Station by 8 p m; Lloyd March SI,I860. 14

at no time exceed double the amount of its capital Family Sewing: Machine. Chemicals, Putty, Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday Thursday and
Valuable Plantation in Leon
ttnrk paid in. H. BERRY Perfumery Burning Fluid Saturday at 4 a m;
mUr. Tawed th mte by wlL. Arrive at Silver by 6 m. .
[Ninth General As I NOW IS THE TIME I ITo Paints Camphine Spring p FOR SALE.
the c >a"tituti..iial inajiityJaticaiV 4, I( Brassed I Auctioneer and ..CommissionMERCHANT. get the most desirable SEWING MACHINE Oils Glass Ware, Bids to commence at Ocala and run by Silver I

the IIf>u'e of Representatives by the cfl SjIUODalraajjnty invented, fur family use. Fine Sosps, Window Glass Spring. tc, will be considered. THE Plantation known u the Whi taker plaea"
January 10. lS8 ] Fine Tooth and HairBrushes Manufactured Tobacco, 6523 From Pilatka to Bellamy Station miles offered for sale. The land lies about 8 miles
TALI A BASS IE, Fla., Sept.29. 1855. 59 PRICE $40, CASH Patent Medicines and back, once a week. North of Tallahassee and consists of 22SO acres of

A ; ACT t amend n.. amended Constitution of the -- -- -- -- -- -- Liberal deduction to wholesale purchasers.Read Paint Brushes Fine Havana Segars, Leave Pilatka Monday at 5 m m ; a* good Cotton Land as there is in Florida. The

State of FloiiJa iu ieUti"u to the *eMions of the \flU. H. MCDONALD & co's., the following and then call at office in Surgical Instruments, Medicine Chests, Arrive at Bellamy Station by '1 p m ; dwellings and other buildings are in fine conditionand
my Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday at. 4 a m ; unusually good. The U offered far
are property
General Assembly.SCCTIOS )nmmissiau Plantation and ,
butrti5ing & { iznst the Southwest basement and for suited to Family use
( corner ) see
1. Be it exacted by the Sfiate and Hotitet Capitol Arrive at Pilatka by 6 p m. sale for division among the heirs. For particulars
>f Rtnrtttntaiict of the */ ifc of F<,rid* in General Ho. 102 NASSAU STREET, yourselves: E. L, T. BLAKE PUEE WINES purpose Bids for semiweekly and also for tri-weekly trip apply to
Attftnl'ly (0*rc.ted. That the members of tbIIoae -ALSO- will be considered. L. H. B. WHITAKER. Enfield. N.C,
NEW YORK.Advertisements
of KepresfoUtires shall! be chosen by the -- --- Sole owner of the Patent for the 800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. 6526 From Fort Gates, by Lake Charles and or E. W. GAMBLE Tallahassee Fla.

jnslifirtJ! voters. and: hall serve for the term of two will be received as above, for pnb-- May 10,1860. 21 State of Florida. M. LIVELY. Silver Spring; to Ocala, 85 miles and hick, ones a May 26, 1860. 22-(.(
frout and after the day: of tie 1 first election! lieation in this D. H. AMES week. tee The Charleston Mercury will please copy tri

I1I year Jer the.m..n.led C.1J titution and no longer: ; and Aug. 20! 1859.paper. U TALLAIIASSC, FLORIDA June 12,1860. May H. 1859._20_ Leave Foit Gates Monday 9 a m; weekly till,forbid and send bill to E. W. Gamble.
the lecikios of tKe General Assembly shall be an- I hereby state that I puicha ed from E. L. T. FLUID Arrive at Ocala by 7pm;

csil,end commeoee on the 3d Monday of November x. D. rxrr. nrpn ARCHER Blake, Eeq., one of Moor '. Sewing Macb ne .- SUPERIOR BURNING Leave Ocala Tuesday at 2 p m; For Sctlo !

ID each year. or at such otter! times a* may bu prescribed Judging from the encomiums bestowed upon it by cMPiTE: Arrive at Fort Gates next day by 11 a m.
by law. : PAPY & ARCHER those members of my family who understand the Bids lor iem -weekly service will be considered. Plantation in Jefferson County. .
ole ol such things I would that said Machines KEROSENE Oc. LARD OILS.For MdlooYlUe Lake Harris
s.... !. Be further enacted That the Represen supposn 6529 From ,hy Apopka T OFFER for sale PLANTATION in Jefferson
the first Octo- 1 LaVitT cannot well be surpassed: for simplicity of arrangement AMES A LIVELY Lake Adamsville, Sumterville, Monroe's Ferry.Piere..iIle. my
fativfs hall be chosen on Monday in &,:ttorD. Y.3 ; .ale by JL County. It consists of 1000 acres rf fine Cotton
for in each and every eecoud year from and after the TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. and beauty of stitch. May 14. 1859. 20_ and Spring Hill, to Bay Port, 121 miles Land, 670 acres cleared and of thie 600 acres are
lint eleciion under tbe amended Constitutiou, or on HUGH; A. CORLEY. and back, once a week. fresh.! This tract lie within 10 miles of the Pensa-
each other dav at may be directed by law. July 9. 1859. S3 The Original Extract Quality Bidders will propose a schedule of departures and cola it Georgia R. R.; is well watered and adjoins

Sic J. Be tt further enacted That the Senator From J/r J/ary L. Ball TaUakattee. arrivals.Bids a large body of good pine land abounding in the belt .
hall be chosen t>y the qualified elector for the term A. J. PEELER'S I ban been using for some time oneof] the "Moore Corn Starch, to commence at Pierceville will be considered. of timber. Apyly to

nf four yurt at tLe tame time, in the came manner, Machines," and am jatisned thai it is one of the best REI'ARED expressly for Poddinge, Ice Cream 6532 From Orlando (by the south side of Lake E. W. GAMBLE. Tallahassee.

aDd in the tame place here they rote for member LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, labor saving machines in use, aol take pleasure in _LT Cakes,Bance Mange,Custards,Pies, Porrige,Ac Apopka) to AJaml1'ille.611 miles and back once a 1jr: The Charleston Mercury will please copy tri

of the house of Reprvcentative and<< DO person shall T ALLAH A9SE, FLOEIDA. recommending it as such.SCHRUE Received fresh by AMES: A LIVELY. week. weekly till forbid and forward bill to advertiser. m
b* a Senator unless be be a white manS a citizen of Practice in the Circuit Courts of Oadsden, 21. 1859. 21Congress Leave Orlando Wednesday at 12 m; May 26, 1860. 22
ball hare been inhabitantof WILL May Arrive at AdamsvilU next day by 6 p m ; __:
tli* United Stale and an Watulla Jefferson and lladiaon, and ,JETFEBSO Cocxrr, FLA, )
this State for two year next preceding his election, attend promptly to the collection of note. and accounts April 6th, 1860. { Water. Leave Adanisvill Friday at 7 a m; For Sale
Arrive at Orlando next day by I m. ,
aDd tb.last year thereof a resident of the dietnct or of said Counties. p
tonntr for which h<, hall be chosen' and shall bare ty in Office any in the Capitol}, opposite the door of tbel.wruey' This Sewing s to certify Machines thnt I Irtve which one has Moore's been in use Patent eight SUPPLY, just received and for sale Bids to run on the north side of Lake Apopka will THE PLANTATION known as -De Solo,"lying
AFRESH be considered.
attained the ace: twenty-fire yearL General office. AMES 4 LIVELY. : East of Tallahassee ; it consists of 600
from the finest to the coarsest
cla,ifica- nootha. It will sew 6536 From Clear Water Harbor to lamps, CO land and in timber.
4, Uf farther tnactrd. That the acres cleared 240
Me 9-f 14 1859. 20White
Feb. 27. 18 8. It has done all the sewing for the family May ,
loth. miles and back, once a week.
ton 01 Senatoit made at the first lestion of the Gene- New quarters Ac Apply
ind made all the negro clothes-will sew with any Bidders will schedule of departures and toC.
ill AMtmblr held in the year 1845 shall continue propose a B. OAMBHE.or .
A. GALLIE kind of thread. I recommend the Machine to Lead.
can any arrivals.
nach.tnged: oie half of ..!KHU. as nearly as possible T. J. PERKINS.
that wants one, as being as good as any in for twice week service will be con-
hereafter for the person Proposal. a Tallahassee 26 1860. 22
ball be chosen forever biennially DEALER IN ALFRED RAYSOR. EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure Lin- May ,
Ununf four tart: Prut'i td. },outrtr, and it is hereby asc. PURE Oil received and for sale by sidered. -
declared that the term of office of that, class of Senator just AMES & LIVELY. 6539 From Augusta to Pierreville 10 miles and ICE ICE "
reeod<>dOwititDtum. DRY coons PROVISIONS! NEW GOODS. bock,once a week.
null extend to and expire on brat Hay_ !1. 185t 21 Leave Augusta Tours jay at 6 ami SOLD *iu any quantity, from Ice House. Send

VfcodiT in October eighteen hundred and sixtytwo.SEC. A :'fD- Weber ; Guava aDd, u.vrent "',114.. p,...._ Arrive at Pierceville by 9 ami t..Leave blanket. l,<(<,? (well marked to prevent '
5. Re it further enacted That the first dee Joseph LEMONS .,Pickled Oysters Brandy Peaches riercevlne Thursday at. .0 a m; IUM) wiCk ___u.order for aiuwuni required.: Prico
GROCERIES GENERAL.. .. Arrive at 1 3 cts. 11 for less than 100 pounds. To
m. >
ton fx fm'ilymen under this Constitution shall ERCHANTTA11OR Preserved Lemons, Orange. Pine Apples" and I Augusta by p per regular
take place on the 6rst Monday in 'Mober eighteen November IS.: 1858. 46 Ginger, Green Gage Marmalade Lemon Syrup Raspberry I 6641 From Cedar Key to New Orleans, (Li,) daily customers of 100 Ibs. 2i U. pee Th. Liberal
I AND DEALER IX c.j 405 miles and hack daily in steamers. deduction for larger quantities. Packing in casks
JIII'Idr.J and msir nnj the fir't pe.-ion! of the Gene do.. Strawberry do. Pine Apple do., and Ginger ,
rtl Assembly under this amended Cor.stitution shall INSURANCE! Erady-llade: Clothing te< do. Raspberry Vinegar Fresh Salmon Lobster, I Leave Cedar Key daily at 5 ami Ac, extra charge all Railroad charges paid her*.
in the FIRE {- Arrive at New Orleans next day by 9 a ra;
the third Monday in November
eamcReac on AND COTLEMEN'SFurnishing .:_ Haddock Halhbut nnd Shad. Assorted Pickles I Terms Cash..
year. eighteen hundred and tixty one.Src. I fIRE AND HARI.NE IXSCRANCE CO. i.-_ Scotch Ale and Porter. I Leave New Orleans daily at 2 p m ;
STATE Goods Part experience that it won't do to loss
Arrive at Cedar next 6 proves
day by m.
6. Lt ./ further enacted, That the sessions! of Key p
tie General 'nemb1y.ball not extend over thirty PENNSYLVANIA. Tallahassee Fla. 30,000 AMES Segars.: & LIVELY. 6542 From Cedar Key to Key West, 500 miles time, trouble and money in trying to collect small
bills. A. P.
4ijs io duration, unless! a constitutional m .jority of INSURE against lost by Fire on> the usual terms Subscriber i i. now receiving at his store next May 21, 1859. 21 and back twice a week in steamers. D. LADD.St. Agent.

ID* member shall deem it expedient No member F. II. FLAGO Agent. THE R. H. Berry's Auction Room. a well selected Bid'ters will propose a schedule.of departures and Marks Jane 2, 860. 23
tJ receive pay from: the State! f!r his 5P1 iCeS after Tallahaace December 1 8. 1858. I 61 stock SPRING & SUMMER GOODS suitable forGENTLEMEN'S arrivals.
Cod Liver Oil. will be considered.
---.- Proposals to embrace Tampa
the expiration of thirty ditcontinuously fioin the I -- FISK'S PATENT DIET1LIC
WEAR, From Newnansville St. Louis to New
6548 by ,
ommencement of the session.8tc Edward M. West AND PURE of celebrated "Brands"
7. Be it fttrthrr,",,ctfel. Tlattbf'act entitled I consisting in part of FRESH Clark & Co. tt Rnshton's. River, 22 miles and back once a week.: EURIAL: OASES:

aa act to amend the Constitution of this State so a* AUCTIONEER COMMISSION MERCHANT, French and English Cloths, Cassi For sale by AMES & LIVELY. Leave Newnansville Saturday 6 a m ; ,
I .Arrive at New River by 12 m ; .
u wale the *!e .i"tl' of the General Assembly bien- 21
TALLAHASSEE FLA. meres and Vestings, _May 21. 1859. Leave New River at I
Saturday m
Btal, instead of annnal be and the tame is hereby p ; JLZ
attention riven to Consignments to 'his latest fend best which he is Arrive at Newnansville by 7 In. = .
abrogated and annulled set far as the came i i. inconUlDt "PROMPT >f the style quality prepared RECEIVED-A supply Mrs.ALLEN'S p
with th. nrpTis5on'of: !'thl* act. _L care. Rooms next door to Ames & Uvely'sDrugstore. to make up.to order in a workman-like and JUST Restorer and Zilobalsamum. 6550 From Little: Riverby Samuel Barber's and -

[Patted the ITouse of Representatives by the [Dec. 17, 1859. 50 f&l "Je manner, and on REASONABLE Tims. Ai- For sale by AMES & LIVELY. William Johnson's to SLoaltowo, 22 miles and back, ROSEWOOD FINISHED-LATEST PATENT.

Constitutional majority January 1 5. 1859.: Passed 110, 1 1 assortment ofDY.MADE 21. 1859. 21 once a week. t.
tL.I l'nlLt. br the Constitutional majority January POST & MEt, CLOTHING, ___ Leave Little River Thursday'At' 10 a m ; .Air.Tight and IndestruclilJe.;

It, lI. and Shirts Meino Arrive at Shoaltown by 1 p m; SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on hand
] MERCHANTS Blae a I Fancy Silk Cravats Ties. English Linseed Oil Leave Sboaltown Friday at 6 a m ; A
COMMISSION Half T. J. RAWLS, Undertaker.
Silk aod Cotton Under Shirts, Collars Arrive at Little River by 2 by
Orncc or TilL SECIETABT or STATE:, ) 64 I'oydras Street, lose.[ Gloves, de.. tc.: A PURE ARTICLE boiled and raw. For sale 6552 From Waukeenab by pm.Finholloway.. Econ- June 2,1860. 23-ly .

Tallahassee March 19th 1860. j jI r Oa.LEA.NS.: r: '" He would take this method of returning by the Cask or gallon.AMES phenia. (local) Spring Warrior and Cook Ham-

hereby certify the loregoing; acts entitled "An NE'VV banks to bit old customers for the liberal patronage & LIVELY. mock, to Clay Landing, 109 miles and back, once a Geo. Walton Knight,
--- -- heretofore bestowed on him and trusts, by strict attention May 21. 185 21Compound
6th article of the
Act to amend the 8th section of the week. .
Constitution 01 the State of Florida An Act toamend REFER TO to business to merit a continuance! of the : Gentian Leave Wsnkeenab Monday at C a m; ATTORNEY <&< COUNSELLOR AT LAW,

the 7th section of the 13th article of the Constitution Meun Thomas J Perkins A Co, Tallahassee Fla. lame. JOSEPH WEBER. Arrive at Clay Landing next Wednesday by 6 p m; TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. 4

nf tliii State." "An Act to amend the .. I. R. Harris t Co. Quincy, March 24, I860. 13 ..::11::':R:" rr EE :.Ie.. tIfJjj Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 6 am ; tgyOrncE at Messrs. Ames & Lively' Drug Store

mended Cooctitutioo of the State of Florida in relatan .. Denham & Palmer Monticello BITTERS infallible for Arrive at Waukeenah next Saturday by 6 p m. May 6, 1860. 19-11'
are an
to the "!'Iioulof the General A enil'ly" tohe Beard d t Denham i:t Marks.II EWGOODS. q"HESE NOTES.
.1- Bilious and all disorders,arising from a deranged
I,ue and correct copies of the original acts on Mr. James Filer Key West, -0---- condition of the digestive organs Dyspepsia Debility Proposals must be to carry the mail with "celeril j' J

u this office. Witness official signature. Messrs... McNaught mr d ,
"F. VILLEI'IGUE J. N. McKinuun ; Co. &c:. For sale by AMES t LIVELY and they must be guarantied by two responsible persons
L ,
August 14. 1858. 33lyITIEDICAL -o- Mfty21!, 1859. 21GARDEN certified to as such by a postmaster or judge ofa CENTREVILLE, FLA..
Secretary of State. -- ------ ___ _____ __
l'eninsu- -- NOTICE. T BEG leave respectfully to draw the attention of court of record. "TTAVE associated themselves in the practice o'rj
JacVsonville Standard
l&r, IT and Marianna The Patriot will. publish Tampa for six month --0- i the citizens of Tallahassee and adjoining counties SEEDS. No pay will be made for trips not perfumed and Medicine aod Surgery.
jo the fact that I am now b possession of a complete for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained 26 1860. 22! i
BOND. May ,
and forward account to the Executive Department J. B. TAYLOR.. . .J. S. ind well assorted G-rooogv1h.: ; of DLOQO. three times! the pay: of the trip may be educte .- J.
--March2I.1S60.-------- rn Drs. Taylor & Bond SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK, are now receiving a large and wejl selected I For arrivals so far behind time as to break connexion::: MEDICAL NOTICE.Dr. .
:Naw G-ooc1.s orlm..nt of Seeds,comprising an with depending mails, and not sufficiently excused, -0---
associated in the practice of Medicine. Of COCTKISIVO orDry extensive variety of the best and most reliable one fourth of the compensation for the trip is subjectto
FOR HAVE and Shoes Fancy Fines will be unless the delinquency George Badger ,
Boots forfeiture.
: at the OLD STAND of I>r.Taylor. Goods Clothing, and Seeds. imposed,
STJltMRPRATORIUS r Tallaha e February 1. 1859. 6_ Goods Straw and Millinery Goods, Vegetable Agricultural be satisfactorily explained, for neglecting his professional to tbe at liens4 .
SPRING AND In the selection of our stock, the greatest care has to take the mail from or into a post office; for suffering OFFERS .. and surrounding country.!

EfTI AINSURANCE Groceries and Wooden Ware been observed; and as a further precaution the vilality it to be injured,destroyed, robbed or lost; and rjf: OFFICE AT THE Crrr HOTEL _J l
1860. Watches and Jewelry, &c., of the Seeds i i. generally tested before being f.r refusing after demand (o convey the mail as fre June V. 1860. 24-41

--s--- CONPANYOF which I offer at astonishing low prices. offered for sale-; so that purchasers may depend on quently tbe contractor runs, or i i. concerned in
& CLARKTTAVE HARTFORD. Grateful for the libeial patronage heretofore be- getting those that are fresh and of the mod reliable running vehicles on the route. The Postmaster MYERS & GORMAN,

NOW IN towed me I respectfully solicit a continuance character. AMES & LIVELY. General may annul the contract for disobeying the
IL Store a full assortment of the same, and invite the public to cafland give Nov. 28, 1859. 47 post office laws.or the instructions of the department. i HAVE RECEIVED per recent arrivals from'
He alter the schedule,and also order an inci ease I York a splendid assortment
of Incorporated in 1519.-Charter Perpetual. D Is a trial. Respectfully AUf may .
LAWRENCE OHLMANH. It Shines Alike for of service by allowing therefor a pro rota increase SILVER AND PLATED WARE,.

Cloths S -0- April 14. 1860. IS CHALLENGE BLACKING is the on tbe contract pay. He may also curtail or discontinue '-
I, CAfH CAPIT A L-S I,000,000. MASON'S the service in whole or in part, at pro rota decrease coasisTixa or 'I
Cassimeres,' article of the kind in use. of pay, allowing one month's extra compensation Fish Knives Cake do.. Cups, Napkin Rings, Silver'
DAMAOI BT THUS It preserves the Boots on which il is used make tbe amount of service dispensed with. Bid Salt in case, Ac.
AND on
Veatingg, -S IHitTlI ADAPTED THK HAZARD. the leather soft and pliable' and thus prevents its be addressed to the M Second Assistant Postmaster f
ON TEEMS ] should Fine German Silver Plated Tea Setts, lee Pitchers;
in all cli-
THK LAW i il warranted to retain its VirtUes
CONSISTENT cracking; "
AND II for mail
Spring Coatings, OP COMPENSATION. [ mates. be the atmosphere dry or moist warm orcold General superscribed* Proposals Cake Baskets Castors Candlesticks Ac. .
Marseilles Vest Ings, &c. service,State of and sent by Fine Setts of Jewelry fa Cases Brooches, EarRings
Drillings, B. C. LEWIS Agent, ; and has, for a quarter of a century enjoyed For form of proposal Ad., and other information
Which: they are prepared to Manufacture to Orderat For Tallahasse and riclnity.AojnstlB. the good opinion of mankind.It see advertisement of this date, and also tbe advertisement Tmger Rings, Ac. &e. ".
the Shortest notice and in the most Fashionable 1SA M i is moving mirror.and adorn*the palace of thereat in form -ALSO-
Thousands are daily speaking in the praise of of December 13, 1858 pamphlet Pocket Powder Shot
and Flasks
extensive assortment of and cheer. the solitary hat of the lonely back Table Cutlery
uanner Also an office .
WILl CAL.T. IT. BatTAKD, oiL DR. EATON'S woodsman at the principle post Pouches, Cape!, Wads, Wad Cutters,Meerschaum .

Men and Youth' Clothing '& Brevard CORDIAL Lib the Sun it diffuse its genial influence upon Blank proposals will be furnished J.on HOLT.application Pipes, and a supply of the
Call INFANTILE to the department.
ANDFURNISHING all tort and conditions of men and challenge their General. genuine Latakid Tobacco.
GOODS ttcru.ey; ; a"t Laoogv and why because it never Jaw to afford inttanlaneom << esteem and admiration.For June 9. 1860. 24-4t fotlauulfr For sale low by MYERS A GORMAN.

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. $ relief when given in time. It acts as if by sale wholesale and retail by Sale of Lots at Pensacola.rpHIS Jane 2, 1860. 23 [Sent.copy.
AU f..r sale at the lowest living price They re- themselves in the practice of magic and one -trial alont will convince yon that Mar. 10./80. 11 AMES & LIVELY.
their old friends and "TTAVIKO associated SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT PEN- .
call from -
'pectfully solicit a to the what we say is true It eooUins Planter's Hotel
nietotners at their old bland opposite the Marine. _n_ the Law,offer their prpfeuionaljMrrKea DISSOLUTION OF sacola on the
Circuit Court. o
Bank Apency. public. They-will practice in and District NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE 3d DAY OF JULY. NEXT, Subscriber having

:?r We s are receiving ?\.w Goods monthly. the Middle District United the State Supreme at Tallahaaaee.Court of any fend and therefore relieve by removing tfemferingt OoPar1n.ersh.1.p.THE ; AND SUBSEQUENT DAYS. THE above Hotel PorcbuedA '

3lsrchZI,186O. 1* Court of the building over the of your child, instead of by deadening f. co-partnership of Carrell Maxwell is this offered forms Us friends aod the :
in Rutgers new various values and positions will be
IWOffice nentibilitit For this reason it eommeiids itself as Unsolved by mutual consent, and all per eral,that it is now evened
Charles :M. West, SouthWestern Rail ROad. the
F.b.*.1860. a_ DarN: TEETHIXO: DiAEEHOEA DrsESTEXT: Gurno i* settle their account by note or otherwise to D. B. Railway and ia different part of the Company'sproperty. BOARDERS. O. C. TOW5SEND.TaDahawee .-

DEALEB IX HOGUE & ATyTAT TTR, THE BOWELS Acrnrrr or THE STOMACH. Wiro COLD MAXWELL, who can be found at the old stand, Term .one-fifth cash and four-fifth in the ran April 28, I860. 18 U
PROVISIONS in THE: HEAP,and Caocr also for softening the gums, and who alone is authorized to close op the businessof *
GROCERIES and .A-*. t FljL. R. R.Co.,OtFLOEIDA. :
& COUNSELLORS reducing inflamation, regulating the Bowels and relieving the concern. W. C. CARRELL, Lost .
ATTORNEYS one-third cash and the
taken at ,
GENERALLY. pain.i it baa no equal-being an antispasmodicit May 1, I860. D. B. MAXWELL. pa; or. .
balance in notes at ODe and two ,to .hear interest SV TUESDAY EVENING LAST. ft small
LL order accompanied by the CUR trill meet ja.T LA."VV", is used with unfailing success in all cases of COM- I -0- years
.., x with: prompt attention. TTAVE formed a co-partnership in tM practice of VTTLSIOW or other FITS. As you value the life and I sold my inteJut in the partnership of from dale. \J roD of BANK BILLS dewxnbatkw tft't and '

reb. II, 1860. ft t5f Sentinel copy. JCL Law and will atteud to any professional bualness bealtb of your children,and wish to save them from HAVING &\ MAXWELL to my former TITLES GUARANTEED. tlO's, u veil as reeoDeeted on the State Bank of .

----- entrusted to their car.. those sad and blighting consequences which are certain partner D. B. Maxwell who will continue in the CHAS. A. DAVIS )IA. Florida. The finder will be liberally rewarded by

Strayed or Stolen D. P. ROGUE,.A PERRY AMAKER. to result from the use of narcotics of which other same business; I solicit for him a continuance of that O. JATJDON VTmsttes.WM.H. leaving the same at thai oSe- .
1. 1858. 18 remedies for Infantile Complaints are composed take patronage so liberally bestowed upon the late firm CHASE ) Miy 28,1MO. tt is

SJ OME ;cw "t-t-k. since from the plauta A _.May :. none but DR. EATON'S INFANTILE CORDIAL by our friends and the community generally. Pensaeola, June. 186g. !.-sti Y 0

41 twn of Jo, Dawkin a small FILLY. j zf\ I S. Collins this yon can rely upon. It is perfectly harmless, May s. I860. It W. C. CARRELL. i Lumber.rpKE :
'" >n,,ct parUc-ularly. hut think some of her feet aoJ COUNSELLOR 25 cent Full directions accompany each bottle- For Sale pri of LUMBER at oar several mill rJL %
'gt are white,pace almost entirely under the ad- I ATTORNEY & Prepared only by AT or near the Capitol 0: Tuesday night May speetivcly after this day win be. $1230 pnthousand. ,

, ".le.! wart onon tide high up toward the spine AT LA CHURCH&' QCPOST. I HOUSE AND LOT OIT MONROE lit. a GOLD SCROLL or ARABESQUI Terms CaA /Wiwry..

, Star tn the forehead and pal sorrel color! or might I I TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. No. 409 Broadway.N. Y.. THE now occupied by P. B. Brokaw, BREAST-PIN, about two i inches long. A liberal R. W.RBODOSODT.
'. i* termed information A Lrvtt.T.TallahtMee.'FIa. D. B. MEonreisa rswardwill br givco.for delivery tt,this.nGce.. L. C. LAVtXTIR.lay .
bay by .m>4. Any respect tie State IZ". ..tJ: i Sold by Ixx ; Eq. I .
tn<; r..ill t.. ihinVfally reeled and rewarded. CCT Off over j March IP, 1860. 11-11- May 5, l8S9. 19 I Msy 12, 1860. SO_ 15,40. 21-Sm A. 3. SIMS.I .

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-'',' which was reduced disappointed a copy of which I enclosed tajouin n-y letter of Pending tl.e resolution of Mr. CVnrch t --
an ; ;:r ** CoiTeipOfldIfltS.Basausi'o it finally h ono .deshr.
; & Journal.IJ lt r -tls General.Ib D 1 LIemt iliti3stgadtcr r' : Dc& ) their scheme. Still they may b atjt to admit this morning. The material statement of that Douglas the second the unastuou*taken choice, cf I'M: Convent'::
W0 "3 resUtrog n.
he without solicitation onliis part, B.ToaK June IP.186o the bogus delegte and i they do, Douglas maybe communication were necwsary in order place- Whole vote tie Commvrustion--------. /

.' ---- '- 'Governor WI of the of I reace here yesterday (ruin UltI nominale afer few ballots. Florida in her trne position and to correct the erroneous : Stephen A. Dwuglat.. . .. .l kl.*

: appointed territory Ogon.and I I am stepping Barnuni't, where the crowd of stranger I sal keep our readers advised of what it tram Impression generally prevailing that ourelegates : John C. BrecWnridgef, ... '. .011.. i

TALLAnSSEZ: i rgauitedM government' is treraendou I fact i I I P great that i i is piring here,and especially a*to the important move d were applicant fur aduiiMiuu to the Con- Jam** Guihrie :, .. . 0. .0' .o.,
I -.----- -' In 1861 he a elected deleave t Congress from difficult to move' about. I am here, however, .a in tbe Convention. C. D. Wo had unanimously agreed: to no ; The resolution of Mr.Church, of\," Yerk
: 5\.TCRD.&T. JCKK 3OIGO., belhcld untill'tee.miaon met 1 noton mk elating the unanimous ti-n.e.
__ ts thct terio.hich (fee looker on and'cheerfully put up with the inconvepuiices such application until it was ascertained, either by Duglu. uf ,. c''t
he adopted bJ a
: na a State, in 185, when became one of its I elliO'ad
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. bj wJijch I .t neceatarily .urrounJed BALTUIOE. Jan. 1860. the ruling of the chair or some other Convention until!
first U. P. He a prominent 20 adjoure the1'k lu tb,51;
Su"ton occupies p.sition' lay as a looker on7 and yet not altogether because The Convention adjourned yesterday evening parliamentary action that the platform 1'1 a ternoun. great cl"er\g arib. utniu i .
FOR GOVERNOR in the Senate, and before tbe country,
: circamstane way induce the lllgte from without doing anything-the Committee on Credentials open question, and how the idea could have detained tIU.IUm
ill the next DemocraticVice, President the i now said that Jlr. Donglai!
ci1ixI11rN: : United" b o Florida to take part in the dtl LertioD te Convention not being ready to report and the Conven. that we were "knocking at the door," in nomination. Te Convention will. \l'eul.v e

or JACONCOVIT. Spates.--'-. - I now in session. When thi body'convenedyesterday too! not being disposed t transact business with to the absence of direct and authoritative information I dklate for Presidency this aftei nOn and .?.',

almost the first business presented Jo it from the itself to that effect adjourn tint die.
FOR CONGRESS : i Potion of the Constitutional I'ulon Party ma'ny'Stti absent delegation ,i a mystery.

I LT N i of the North wiLls the Black Republican : related to the admission delegates from tie te e- mentioned my last letter that the Florida The matter i i. now, however, 1)lace at rest by the i n swine IZ8BIO9.BALTDIOII. .

R. : 0 :: II I While ihe Cpustitutional Union organs of the.| ding States, who are all here except figmSouthCarolina. delegation had addressed a commnnicalion G n.Cushing reading of the communication th.morning. Jane SL-TVe Coavtuuoti re
,U Qt! t South :are'. urging! the anti,Squatter SovereigntyhieniocraU ho bled at ft o'clock thia fUrmoo,.Gv edde a.1?
I must remark ever, tlifttjyI4lfIjtatama ,-. ,on the subject of their alleged application It .has leaked out that the Committee. O Credential in
: the Chair. After the InmecUau
D.oetfe1eettag In,Wakmlla.There i of the South to unite with them ia the Misslesippt \ Georgia,, L.uivocaj.Artahsuiiattd ,fJr ainiu\ur to the Cuenlon. That comrunni have agreed, bye vote of 13 to 9, to admit I Kuiinary business, the HOB Betrja*!*ole YtZpII'

will be a DemocraUcaias meeting in 1b lie support of BELL and EU&E.as the only means Texas are seeking a ol.'Eft-A.c 'cato was not read to the Convention by the President the Foreytb and Snule delegates] from Alabama and of Alabama,...nominated fur tbe'flee Pre.mdea

; ceunty of Wakulla, a New Port, on Thursday, thet f maintaining the 'rights pf the South, avoiding asked to be received, and therefore whatever efforts but the substance of it only was stated by Louisiana, thus rejecting the regular on the ticket with Dongla After beany' ,;

41 seth of next fur the he sectional organization, and keeping the go*eminent made for moo the floor of tbe for the nominee, the regular Conet.tlotsaim e
dij July purpose C lomln are to Irotidel.t I him. I was in these "crJs : from those States. I this rumor is .dllebon'l die
leaving the place of hvldiof the t!
from into the hands of the Black Re nerttvvtntion
ting candidates for the next of the Slat falling Convention our instance. Hence'
and coutestin the
Lgs.ture Roams /tut Florida to Democrat- wile 1 sharp angry t the National Executive Commitu ,
it that their in the free Delegation l t. *
l41; of Florid publican, seems party if the proposition of Mr. Howard or Mr. Gilmor ie ConventIon at : over the report, the remit of wlacli will probably I

June 27 WANT DEMOTIATS. I I States are going over bodilj to L1NCOLi and HAMLIS shall prevail, it "'i amount to a direct invitation; : BALTIMORE:, June 19. 18CO.GEK. end in disrupting the Convention further and rcnderieg Richmond CODY I'lc n,
,and making common cause with all the elements KICHMO, VA., June 23.-The .
to Florida to resume connection with lie Conten : uthrl Sc.j
CatEB Cusarso, re-union simp'y impONible. The Forsyth I in
:'' The o opposition to what they call the of the : D legates, ia BalticeurehareearsiesUy,5]
Georgia Connection. p\Hr tion. Prttident Baltimore Convention : and Sue! dellglll) are Dougln itesrr Maud this ted the South Carolina delegation,
We are ; to learn that At the of Disunion The and En- I i Richman
pleased meeting Sin The propositions relating t th rrattcr arc as Sit-In yesterday's proceedings of the Convention accounts for the vote in the Committee on Credentials to attest their Convention Lt flt
r the Stockholder of the Pcnsarc-la and Ga. R the leading the Republican this from the d.n'lLm"r.
qlirtr. organ party from the which change
R ( follow I quote proceedings. over you preside you are reported in a majority of which, before intimated are original ; 55)"
h Co. held in this city on Monday la it, the action of in New York, says: stating that cre .ntj,11 of gentlemen claiming tents a action, bad upon first meeting at RmLmond
in favor of the
ADMISSION OF Senator. Tim *
I JELEATE.Ir. in the Florida had been in Jluis Mehavequct. disapproved of and South Carolina wu Botrtn'
j the Board of Director io approving the course of Holding a liberal and conservative position upon frm placed
of Tennessee, offered the following tions of the right of to admission the tented in the
HOWARD iiand. In this: have delegates to Baltimore Convention of
: questions the entire opppvtion to Democracy your yon
President 3Pf
Horn in Iris for t al unintentionally
arrangement a connection the Free are into line under the resolution : doubtless done the State of Florida Convention determined according to their preference TIme Richmond Contention will ,:')' '
l with the "Savannah, : Ibany and Gulf Road, I Slate falling That the President of this Convention jour ( Jay te dav Idebo t s-
By reference to the proceeding of recent Democratic
able lead Abraham the active RuoZI.d the for a particular candidate for the Presidency r(1 .djuurritg
'I I :.ar.l .
line East of the at-Arms to i issue tickets of admission Bjltiraoro. r
O: a \lapah River was fully and rdiaLe journals which Mr. Fill- Sergeant Convention of tha State ((1 newspaper copy and not on account of their C
of the Convention rt'sularily.
t endorsed and to delegates originally of which was placed hands by of .
sustained. The Stockholder* meeting more are now engaged in the advocacy of Jour one ourJrtgntion,8
If constituted and organized at Charleston.Mr. we learn from him, for I is said that the Committee hate ngreod to adroit !
the Large accessions of the old yotr private ,
adjourned meet in October. Republican CUSe Special to Charlttton
t Whig and American element stand by our colors.In .- KAV. XAGn. of Minnesota move to lay lation and not as .crtdeutinlt,") ;yon Mississippi from which State only one set of IT Mercury
I the resolution the table and that I callfor i l'tcnvo5D... June RIch-nond!
upon upon will perceive that Florida accredited her 2S.-Te Conrtn
'I': New York the prospect it auspicious and cheer deegstuto Jelegntes is II're. who are accredited both tu Rich I tion
C01. Perry. a vote by State Richmond only. It is true her delegates wi probably their 11tr
Our unbroken by the atcesaiont morrow
HI Excellency bit but ing. o,n rnk are only Mr. CHURCH, of New York-I will ask the mond and Baltimore. Ihey have also determined uill return
: gone Nort not to that come to us. The Buffalo Commercial gentleman mond are entr.tei with 1 large discretion for the meml.er frm Baltimore.
J ( Richmond Convention, a* '.* thought by Advertiser,the recognized organ of Mr. Fillmore from MinneaotaMr. Kavanaghto) withdraw purpose of harmonizing the Democracy, if possible, to admit the regular net from Georgia that rejecting I lie' members hw will support the action or the

I norne. lie may call at Richmond, but not act a,. in other days, leads off for Lincoln, and him a his motion t lay the resolution of the gentlemanfrom upon the principles rejected at Charleston. In the the Gardner 'rrlic3nu.The pece' en at Baltimore, but will most probably lct
t ge. Tennessee (Mr. Howard) upon the table in order exercise of that discretion the Florida i independent ofthem.
and cordial and delegates Richmond
next New Convention
: a Delegate in the Convention; support; adjourned un
the St. hearty amendment From the time it known in
taj enable to was
S to nie an Ithink the Richmond inattendance
wheels' into line under the cheering voice of ofr during recess o/tht C07I'ention, are ti.hmon. that
John) :i of of to morrow. will not convene at all, the Virginia Delegation bad .
Miro. James D. Putnam. The Union ticket, admirable will di'pe b1 matter contested at Baltimore, observant spectators of t I probably a Itirore
a r though it I*,will hay elittlecr BO strength in western teats. your and prepared to avail themselves however, until the result of all efforts to re-unite to the time when thesecedera nominattjtheireac'

Penolal.We New York,and will make D headway in the State. Mr. KAVANAGII-The gentleman can read his of the prcediog opening furore-union with here are definitely known. At the present writing I dulntcs for President and Vice Presid.:utVtt Ik.a.;

understand that the Rev. D. MeNnu.Tr- Should a poll be made for it, it might perchance amendment even i my motion it not withdrawn.The their Democratic brethren ; but A yet they hive. Je;pair of barmouiziug and of course expect that J ]nuTe.it Richmond was could r.ol r.siL. tha the IMrgnu a:
get 20.000 votes in the State; but it will not lREIE\-I the gentleman insist upon ten nothing to induce them to suppose that suchan lb sceedtri. if they Lid'b
e t EK, whoTiat for several years presided over the doubt lila the table] it will not be in candidates w at ] ncr 1 e disposed to do. was
l less, even run a ticket for D.Uar d So moton t upon opening will occur and until it does they have 1 Tltime to.hor
State Seminary in t flce. received a "call" .e.1 i the Union party, it only t Enrett lk now making any proposition to be read. been from tbe beginning unanimously determined or later. I such nomination riCbW for :, J 1 it is useless to say they or ao:
; eeveral month sine t return t the Church in from the Democratic and Republican Electors Mr. JOHN COCHRANE of New York,asked consent not t participate in your proceedings in any manner I clean Southern tiekel. I am 'ing i done.
Sooth Carolina of which be was the Pastor for and endeavor thereby to neutralize the State. of the Convention that the resolution be read whatever. They have therefore to request that body North of Mason & Convention met to div at hrel,.

T his attempt will utttrly fail cannot be done; for inforation Ford may be omitted from the I lut of those States any I wI.mber adjourned to five o'-Kxrk p. m..
about nine
and that this .call" been I will be the best
years accompanied to the election
tbe thing cannot b The Republican No objection being made the propoi amen.1ment represented or seeking to be represented in the Convention course into of their members are expectedarrive.
by numerous letter, expressive of un party will iweep te Stle rpeled all combinedopposition of Mr. Church was read as over which you preside unt they shall the House. No Northern man would give any To morrow they will end their dutisi !

1 attachment and of liberal fur advised. What Resolved That the credentials of all themselves of their the There is to be a great mass meeting here.
b.te giving promue a 1 A we are now persons notify you participatein strength to ticket anywhere, either North or
Mr. T. .. are told, consented principle would the Union party maintain in sending claiming Iat in this Convention made vacant by your proceedings. South. But should TheSoutim Carolina Delegation ia quite hanoci.ou .
t one nominated I i it ,.
t hope will '
the i
urpr delegates at referred b They give a
account ,
iIto power the Slave Disunion Democracynd ?- Cb.rl"to N. Chairman,) good 0 .
\ .
summer with his old friends, and I the A let this seems to be the purpose of the Union to the Committee on Creentall, lid Cmmit BAKER. will be JOE LASK of Oregon. lie should be placed Six O'CK. p. M.-The Convention:teml.at fly,

Church is a large one,embracing over three hundred men in State of New York, should they tee is hereby intructeJ. 10 I t JM B. CAL, i Delegation. second on tbe ticket aad Jar, DAVIS first o'clock, agreeably to .djoornment
member, in the mld t of ole of the most intelligent out this programme. The Union ticket lias strength examine the same report the names of persons W. D. BARNES, 1 C. E. D. It has, however over until four o'clt ck
in the Southern Sutet but it has entitled such seats, with J. J. to morrow at the of the .
L WILLIAMS deln.tions
'communities in tLat State, we think it not unlikely I ; really none in diitrict-undcntnd- P. S. You will bear from aftrnoo. request
the free log however, person a scat me again to nlghLBUTKo.K of who are 1
Sttep. the young and men have tha every accepting B. F. WARDLAW. Sttu now Washing'
i that, i be can endure the labor required and be come over Al American .ctve this Convention. bound (in honor and good faith to ton. ;
to our I did
fror organization. not this letter because I could
.:t.fe in the mater of health, he wi yield to the They were the ktrength of the pAt Everywhere abide by the action of this Convention and support I the wisdom sign not se June 21, 2 P. M. RKIIMOTO.VA.;June 26.-The Richmond Conven
of bit former '' the West the active its or necessity of tbe bitter clause of it, assembled to day, and declaced
wibe parisbonen and return home. a Fillmore jouinals are forLincoln. nomInatons The Committee on Credential lon
Tbe State under his Indiana. Illinois and other Slates accept reulution WAS received with shouts of himultuout which I understood as amounting t a request that reported t day Lane the unanimous choice of Brrhcrdg.

Seminary management baa the ti ket and will stand by the cause. Union *[plaase,originatnJ with members of the the Convention should not invite the Florida delegation Two report were submitted. The majority repr for President and Vice rCidenl t. the Uulted
continued t Increase in numbers and in ticket the ". Te Convention and up aJ repeated by admits the bogus delegations from States. The Charleston platfora .
public t@t.in the East, and Norih.: tken tie spec to participate in their I ad majortJ w" reaffirmed
1 confidence. Tbe rl c the scholastic year just tcr. i hardly be to tell after the election that it tatort in the galleries. preding approve'd Louisiana and divide the seats from Georgia half and the convntion adjourat' sine d:>.

mint ted embraced cpwin!* of one hundred and ww as in the field. Such is the cheering and anima Mr. KAVANAGII, of Minnesota 1ril'cii'draw of the remaining portion cOlmunica. and halt It admits and Texas. Time New York delegation fb Yatbnl D l
motion to lay tbe table, tion being to Florida in Mississippi The octets not admitted. ,
few institutions prospect before up, t discovered by the sIgns a necessary place a proper .
pupils. Very ,
twenty at the South ting
the amendment of the from minority WAS a powerful document
j times gentleman York, position. It would have been written at all had repr I exposed
not endowed, enjoy such an organization for initruction j Te union going on under our oiganizstion will (Mr. Church.) and upon that I call the previous not the impression been lot created that the masterly band the cai. of the bogus
as 'effected by Mr. T. for the past 1! et. the absorption of the Union party. Such nni question.The from State delegates and concluded with proportions admit Baltimore Convention,
our at the door of Seceders
applicants the
I( year. The development of bis plans would have i u outside the Republican organizatior, in Ihe demand for the previous qntstion having been were none but the regular delegations entire After

; eventually secured for our community regular! Cl ,' free States will Democratic party. The rejected by a vote 107$ t 140$. Convention. I thought it "'A sufficient to state hearing the two report read, the Convention took B.LTOa June 23.-'tiie State Rights Demo .
Union lint till November but tli if, and then, fur true
j party may not Ion our position was known, .
cratic Convention
a* well .Academic instruction. I Mr. GILMOR,of Penusyl vaimia,offcred the follow.in until this -. at S o'cd, p. m.
ltgat I g(r. Exery thing tends to a united in recess 4J etening. the report -
opposition < amendment to Mr. Church' resolution if the Convention saw proper to pass Mr. Gilmor't I majority R 1. Mr.
j ? :
futon Ticket. I the North, and when this effected Id a Republican Rewired, That the President of the I resolution they were welcome to Jo to. due i adopted there will be a disruption of the Mr. Davis, moved th* admission
I l administration is in power, the Union party be authorized to iuae tickets of Conenlol I I Convention. Every thins depends upon New York. of ladies to the floor, which carried
T. Quiocy Constitutional Union Convention I Imet nt the South will be in a position to render the admlliun seats to my colleagues to say that they did not think my .
in this Convention to the delegates from the States Their 85 votes settle the Upon calling the roll the States
on the 7th, and adjourned on the 28th inst. country important service. Cc-operation wi become of Arkansas,Texas,Florida audMissis.-ippiin which I construction of the objectionable clause in the let- wi moter. C. E D. : 'Vermont, etb.Xew following YortPconsvlvania responded ,

Gen. Edward A. Hopkins, of Duval, was nominated and a united opposition the States there are no contesting delegations, and that ter was justified by the language. I is a small Delaware, Maryland, Virginia.North Cirolina. .

for Governor, and B. F. Allen, of Leon for Con nnder Democracy the will eiitt in all tbeSttohe Union, in thule States to-wit. Delaware, Georgia Alabama I matter, however, and I have only referred to it BUTOP June 21, 9 P M. Georgia.Florida,AUlama. Missis'r-pi.Louiii-

Republican Administration. and Louisiana, where there t lime Convention did nothing its afternoon seifiol. Arkansas,Tennessee,Kentucky Jliwouti
grew, both very cluer- gtatldntn-to clever to are contesting explain the cause of the absence of my signature.The a Inalxl. ,
be beat bad lithe Union party i so weak at the North tat delegations, a Committee on Crel.ntiall shall be I Iappinle owing to the fact that the New York dvlogvtion Iowa, California and Oregon.
I A they are sure to beWe are Douglas men are depressed. Their A the Northern Suites
i it cannot even run a ticket for Br. and Evcarrrin by the several delegations, to report up Ime'ba responded, there "
in conference and
.--. afraid that Judge Allen will forget, in the excijraent *- i New York- if the Union ticket really has no prospects are not a* good as they expected. Sveral were could not be present draftninz applause .
of the hi Northern States it is said A proportion was at once made to adjourn until tomorrow Gen. Walker, of Alabama, from the Commitu
campaign, pledge given on his retiring strength in the C.ee States-it weak that it"will These motion gave rise t exciting debate in are ready to leave *
C from the Sctitt.tul P him for another mornirg, which was carried. on Or aliztn. repotted fur President the ctx of
to endeavor to release which the candidate when such a
of the Convention change can
Douglas wing exhibited -
be able to tell after the (Cen.
) i hardly election,that it l Ciuhing of Massachusetts.
cf the fair rex from the bonds. of .single blessed-! |I!! i in the field'bathavothoL"niunmen of the South\1 the utmost rancor against the seceding States, be effective. In fact, from the temper exhibitedyesterday. The New York delegates have been in IU 4oi>all Geu. Gushing was conducted ...'- -1--'- _,,

ness." The Electors chosen were, J. M. 1 but their assaults I think it is by no means certain that the afternoon. Their vote will determine the nin>. 1...._.! a-_. .; CI.CTTllr. -.
i 1 were repelled from
by delegates
LuJrll to 11J from co-operation 'ith it, units it be t il,,n .u. r.wmwvinnmttee on CredentialsBut Russell, tf Virginia, on resigning lbs thtir.congratulated
for the West. for Middle and T. L re not be '--v---*- "* f.
I'', W'll Tennessee, North Carolina unioni acemrU-h"1
CAl i
th Virginia, Gen
I Pennsylvania Combing that he
p : temklvs tn .petition to rendfr the conn for Seymour that State the anti- the matter is fixed-they hart to vote ha.lre.aled
Wiggins for the l.ae ouga fo
The Convention was well and -unle uiantr wa i aged the of the National
F&t !*Vrjr terrife ichert nirrlin .:1 1.T. vastly the ,and thus Presidency Demoratc Coovea-
4 attended-twenty scvn counties represen-* j vnaroidaile 1rortan and a united ( -itioii tit the J.' ".1 injure disusioo. Every conservative man Joogl.wing of the Convention would unite on 7najrty report they perpetrating lion.

r Disunion' eritt cpj all the States present was obliged to tee that his friends do not bim This will probably be done, provided the t greatest outrages ever committed in I Gen Gushing, on assuming the chi. said: Gel

1 Dreklnrlde and Lane i Dt/xrac.'ll in ofthe desire to Larmonize the part}'. They not giveup regular delegations from tbe seceding States which a Democratic Convention. The effect of their vote tlemeu of the Convention, we 'a
: The Seceders Convention at in which C.iol tttJrr tTte Rrpubfiraii .Jmi"j"tratf" r, It i "i are now applying for admission are not is to admit the bogus Douglas delegates from Alabama Delegates t<> the National Democratic Convention,
Bl'imort. Douglas. positively to witness
amazing -
ecluded thereto from
I W 'will not believe the Coc-titulional Union duly olueJite. more tliap
twenty-one States were represented in vhole or in { c th"t Every thing-harmony in the and Louisiana. This seals the of twenty
men of the South are ambitious of that I' their infatuation. With Douglas out of the way a and reunion disruption S tale, cf ili. 1nl"o. fur the purpose of-
part Lace nominated Joux C. BBECKIMIDCP: of --.. position.At I re union of the party could be accomplished "ilh- of the party-depend* upon this. Should the Convention. A large portion of the North Carolina the eand CC the Democratic Louilatnj

,s Kentucky for President, and Gen. Jos. LAVE of j a : of the conin ttees by the out .shadow of doubt This I patent to everybotty Seymour not be nominated an effort will then be Virni Tennessee and Kentucky delegations offices of President and Vice President of the United

Oregon fur Vice Freiident.. With these men a'I leNill/., and Leon Rife.'linlc., re.pectavely- I and even Douglas men concede it But they made to [ak Mr. Justice Nelson of the U. S. Supreme S will a majority of tbe Pennsylvania States of;the for party the purpose; for the of purpose&nouuin continuing the principles toreestablish -

leaders, we enter upon the Presidential campaignwith I P. B Brokatv wna called to tie Chair, and Hugh will not JifM and therefore if there is no restoration Court the candidate.. Mr. Nelson i a New and CalCroia delegate Oregon will go that party upon the fr foundation of

high hopl of tuccess. They are patriotic Archtr appointed Stcrctiry. I of harmony the poosibility must necessarily Yorker. He concurred in the decision pronouncedby out entire, and a part of Muslchusett Connecticutand the Union and the co-eonal f the several

V. men Union and the equality of the i' The purpose of the appointment of said cummittet I rest oa them. Clef Justice Taney in the Dred Scott case and New Jersey will do same. In fact tbe adoption States.business.Gentlemen, the Convention i il in order for

ye Sttn Tlify ere the men for the times and will j jreeeive being to select an Orator iiid Reader and make arrangements Time vote on the motions relating to the admission would be very acceptable to the South. But really of the majority report will disorganize the A full list of Vice President and Secretaries,con-

a warm and enthusiastic support in the j there it no use to speculate, for no man tell Convention completely. I scad you the two report of for each office
fur a jo.m; celebration! of the 4th July 10 of delegates will probably be Uken this morning. can slating one f each State represented

South and WeK-and good and true men throughout I p rom imo.1 The result I will not undertake to foretell. ShouldChurch' with any klad of certainty, what it to be the end of herewith, which it would do well t publ.b The in the Convention,we appointed.

: the country. Tiiey are the 'ery men to checkmate minority report i overwhelming in its Mr. Atkins\ ofTen.thought it expedient Icmake
\\ LIAM Bu-xniMof the Gaad., wu chrsen Orator motion prevail however, not one of the the afair. .rgment
.: the popularity! LIXOOLK ami DOUGLAS iu the They had a in'.he Time Douglas men to night are said a platform ad limedUtrJy.
row dispiri
THOMAS BAKCFOOT of the I delegations will take scats in Test L
4 j n Rife*, was chosen theConvcntion Mr. Hunter, of Louisiana, offered a resoiutloa inviting
Vet. and will 'b elected! cure as the election < Credential ted. Some of thorn who are here from the South
I Reader of the Declaration of Independence, and Col. oaths in a Democratic Convention, as a qualification the South Carolina and Florida delegate to

tales place in Xonmbr next. I W, 1 MAX*ELL was appointed Marshal of the dsy. to adi i!sion therein, will never be submitted to bygentlemen. The Arkansas case "&taken up give it up tat Douglas .not that strength they the Richmond Convention, to unite with this Con

t We find the follow ing notice of the'< gentlemen I The form 1,y Colonel Hindman, of Helena, comti expected. I he were withdrawn, the party might TotoD.if they thought proper which was ctrritd.
prloe&ion"i at Court-House, at Charleston a ceding ,delegate, and of Virginia, xiovcd the appointment
collated baud the Savannah be saved, but that it F.her
to our iu : yet a no one betaken.
Xta. 1 oVloik, A.M.! and proceed to the Capitol,where I will write you again this evening. C. E. D.BALTIVOBE qf i Madison, from the contestants. step expect to of a of five, of which Gen. CniMug,of

JOBS c CRCCEnBlbGE, the eiercise* will brgin at I II o'clock. tt. During Colonel Hindman' remarks C. E D. Massachusetts, should be chairman, to preport *n

The Democratic nominee fur President, *as burn I the Convention held Madison address to the country, which motion prevailed.The .
The citizens of the City and Country are invited It Jane 19, U o'clock, M., I860. a
nor Lexington. Kentucky, on the 16th of January. I unite iu the celebration. Since I wrote this the Conventionhas totals were Appointed, a a mitEs meeting, and said BALTTUOCE, June 23, I860. cities of Philadelphia, New.'lea.l Nv
you morning Yolk aod Baltimore
that not than hundred .
more and were
and i*, consequently. now in his fortieth year I i iHe P. B BROKAW, Chm'n.lllcii disposed of the matters relating t the admission were present and that one they were not all fifty citizens persona of The proueing yesterday ended at a late hour places wherein to bold the next National Democratic *.

I was educated at Centre College, Kentucky ;, \cimrs.: S<'cV delegatet from the seceding States. By unanimous the State. In the course of Mr. Hooper' reply he last night, disruption of the Convention. Convention the Convention dtcidedupoa

a fern months: at Princeton New stud I 1 pointed twice thrice at CoL Hindman This conclusion of the whole matter" antici .
spent Jcr.ey, ALLAHA see, -June 22, lt>60. convent, Mr. Gilmor was allowed to withdraw or with his finger was Philadelphia.Mr.
led law at the Transjlvunia University, in his native -- his motion, when Mr. Church modified bit motion, and alluded to hIm I.that man"in what Col. pated. New York might have prevented it, but Anr of North Carolina, from time C rll&

: Sate: and admitted the bar at Lexing The Florida Railroad.We llindman considered a insulting manner. CoLHindman Douglasisra wa too strong in that delegation to admit tee on tbe PI.tfor reported the platform the

t have the announcing readers by omitting that portion of bit resolution which struck or threw his band away a it nearly majority the Platform Committee of,h Charleston
II pleasure to our of
required a from delegate to abide tbe action touched his head. Hoper then proceeded to say prudent prevailing. I was well Convention unaltered, which wa adopted athnsiastically. -
: t'DSn after his adwi ion to the bar he emigrated sayt the Etut .Fleridian of the 21st joeL, that of the Convention pledge and to its nominees that the statemedt, that man" respecting understood yesterday morning, when the Convention ,

j b t Burlington, Iowa, but he eubbequently returned the tide water of tbe Attic and Gulf of Mexico, to their ajmi support ion. In this a a the Madison" meeting was .filse. -unqualifiedly assembled that if tbe majority report on Credentials The Convention being then about t proceed to
were united last week at Cedar Keys, the Western qualification position false. Colonel II. immediately stepped in front if ballot for a anJidat t be supported for the oficeof
he bas resided and
to Lexington, fince ,and where i was adopted, Virginia other States
the resolution and
terminus of the R. The track ".passed thus the whole mat Mr. Hroprr and struck him in the face quite bard President delegation from UastaeKntctU nom-
he bas attained success and renown in the practice : F I cmpkl tcr i is referred to the Committee on Credentials. blow and then instantly stepping back drew pistol would withdraw. Notwithstanding,that report was nominated lon John C. Breekin ridge of Kentucky,
of his sioo. to Number Four, on the ISth inst. About a from the of hit voted with the of Tennessee the
prC i After this of the pocket pantaloons. Mr. Hooper through exception the resolution prevented name of Hon. Daniel S
question wa disposed Convention
mile and a half of iron i i. still to be laid on the also made a movement preparing Dickinson, of New York Alabama
to which ; presented
the with relating
During war Mexico be served I I todr"'lme Georgia rejected by New
Major trestle work, connecting the main.land with Way adjourned until 5 o'clock this evening in order L weapon, but the friends of Colonel Hindman immediately York "I name of Hon. R M.T. luntu. of Virgin; Ortgoa
third and
the the
_f regiment Kentucky Volunteer, anddistinguished I Key, upon which the Depot i i. to erected. ID a give that committee time t prepare their report surrounded him and told him that he had Toting against it seceding delegatesat presentedthe name of Gen Joseph La of Oregon.

himself nbtle i that city, as the from this b Before the Convention adjourned the President stated gone far enoulh. preventing him from using his Charleston were admitted. Thia was a slight During the balloting, Mr Russell, of Vr.i
week ibm and
counsel of Gen. GIDKO.N PILLOW during tbe famous I present time great important that he had received acommnaication from the pistol. apologised to the Committee show justice, but not enough to counterbalance said that Virginia could not, with .l,
4 Court Martial. enterprise will bfl completed. May the anticipations for violence, and Mr. Hooper gave nn furthe the outrage committed in the of the other spect, accept favors from this anea
I Florida delegation correcting the impression that indication retaliation, passage he would from the consideration
t of its be and its apparently
after bit from Mexico be projector relze may success b that resolution. The States that withdrew witdn. o
$ Shortly had for admission. The the affair bad been are follows
I an enduring their *.al and they applied communication driven to a point where a hostile I name of Hon R. M. T. lanl
.: ted t the State Lgsature. and 'elected in eltc-I Inument! t ont 'not read, but the snbstance of the material meeting must ensue. A duel between the parties : Other State* successively withdrew te

.-' a Repre from the perseverance stated President ml.be expected, but will probably be delayeduntil Viicrxu-25 delegates out of SO.NOITH tore from the first nomination
ntt, t Cngren -. WHS by.the
pr the Convention On tbe first ballot John of
.. District, terving from 1821 t 1853. This 1* Tallaha0e Rail Road. The delegation from this State will apply for adjourns.From CAXOLIKA. -IS out of 20. Kentucky lon C Err\tmdge the

: CLAI' old Whig District, and Mr. BUCXrn.DI TALLAHASSEC, 26tk .June, 16(0. admission until they have reason believe n that the \bshlngton intelligence 1 received thatan MABTLAXD-One-halt wildcat '.1Dlmo.llloiaa.&d gatferistapplauding

.the first Democrat that ever represented it InS At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the platform is and their t will agreement .been arrived a on the Homestead TCNVIMIX-19 delegate oat of H. t the ecitement-t.

Congress, in the first contest beating Gen. LaU TaU.hae Railroad Company, held tbia day, the be of service t in b modeling re-pne presence Bill. The conference committee between the two CUDOLU-T.entire delegation, 8 in all.OKCGOH Oa the f a candidate to be supported

-. f COOMBS, Mr. CLAT' old friend and a."at and following preamble amid resolution were adopted: The Committee on Credentials it will report,in myjudgeut House agreed finally on a repr By this compromise -The delegation entire, 6 in all Oregon far the office of nominated Vice President with, OeD Joep Line,

i subsequently Governor ROBEIT Lrrcuxa,io bt in. WBDI. Serious objection have been nrged by the in favor of admitting the bogus delega all the bind subject t entry i* t DnWUE-Te 2 votes from this State remain Loud calls.were then mad fur Mr. Yancey.

pnblk generally to what is termed the Monopolyat b open for homesteads, cent per acre, and in the Convention but will not rote.KnrrrcKT c
t itanee overcoming tremendous odd Georgia and Louisiana entire a Alabama who in an elaborate and *n>
tbe terminus of tbe Tallahassee Railroad at St. fr:Ala\ma. also on.-b.alfoftbssurveyed public which bas r"pnde
lad -Retired consult and will tive
I One of Mr. BUrJaIJI"* first perform-I Marks and to obviate these far admit of each I t announce C pprb
public objection at they may propose surmise -
a t hal not been At o'clock
yet public *ale That It, the their determination this ,p.m. the Convention
sued 'utbe delivery of a eulogy on UESBT Cmiv.I therefore, ofe" morning ao.
practicable: this because the Committee i I. composed of a odd tint die, a ith three sheen for the
I after his decease Itttolvtd, That the Tallabane Railroad Companywill sections. Pre-emptors now 0 the MISSOCSJ-A part of ibis delegation will secede.It Di1"
soon although differed politically majority of Douglas men, and they will favor the A mass meeting wa held midolftbt i> -
., from that distinguished statesman j edt the privilege to any and all persons who Douglas delegate from the States referred to.- public land are t have two years after the passage i expected this morning that majority of the ment to respond to the of Breek

President Pincx offered the minion may dI.r to engage Jo bneutess at St Harks, L of the &L t their Jan and t pay then Massachusetts delegation will withdraw, including i Sue Lane, nml..U.] --
to rey
t Span : put op wtre-bousca, store and wharves, These delegate have not a shadow of claim ; but Pro whlehtggl
necessary at half The Can. ta, wa large The *
price, Senate ntow100
per acre. are Gushing, the President the very
1 Mr. previous the of lor the of such basinets at St A
BuonrlK t appointment i conducting M.rk. what of that T They are known chime in wlt'i o were meet *
Mr. but from and to enable such or to and t t strike out their section requiring the President majority of Pennsylvania would also withdraw butte reeiye enthusiastically.
i private rulo.it was declined.In person person canyon the wishes of.the Illinois Senator and that It a auf I pereapily for

1856 he .nominated for the Vice Presidency conduct their will bin the said Tallahassee the RailroadCompany ficient passport t the favor of hit Theyare to tell the public land within two year after their Duuglatites have mea her ready t pt in their Breekinridge and Lane,heartily bet .D ae freely offeted

at oa the ticket with common depot for recep fren survey. The House conferees il.i6te on extending seats, and they not secede not that and Fitzpatrick will not t sbf"State.
1 may Dug1 carry
J&II Dc&u Lion sod prepared the wu
ancnnl delivery of merchandiza, ie, L b evidently t detenine matter, the bill ta all of whether head .
IJ f ad 1rt ,the ticket carrying every Southern over said road, and puc aD not on the question of regularity, but according 21ytrl ae Tote.

State but 1.rylaJ He i tx-Jfia President of J tap prpr connection with lbs road a St. the predilections of the rival delegations fur Presi t of families or not' ; and t all the surveyed lands, Douglas will probably be nominated on the tn .

the and though the youngest officer who t Mark for purp but thi being declined, acceded t the above, with blot this morning, prYide he doe* not decliae. It HOT. Alone

IJI Sn.te. RttolMd/ thi company leas the on- dent the reservation that'they accepted it a* the best I cannot tell what the The Pe.el Olntrw of the lit* bet :
has held that ha eeeedera who
be 11
ever position, k t
presided In
cy.r : occupied at Thit matter i is a troublesome one. It Is by 'no' .We learn this
lt. person that mik
t t any o the Senate would and should morning
insist forty
its n
I pn. yield on en DOW the will
: the U. S. Senate with dignity and and wishing t ware bOI stores and meant certain that the not burst eD\la t Democracy do road
Imfrlty. 10 CvnUon.i up i il understood that We shall know are and that car* are aW
the said targetnent ODe of r time epTe
from brefer. 1.
same I ,
baa the and Ime
:i won respect esteem every meber I year t the bognt delegates AUbama, &c. admitted. t d TeIogh
i fro are that disUace from this
the the Stnafe conferees running
of body.U year upon same ter 1 long a* thit company I Mr. Fitzpatrick of Alabama. t nominate c&idt. which doublN will Lidone. city. T.m
that tball olnU to ran said road, and ia ease the company Thing certainly tend t.ch a result decluttdjolalng in the above agreement. C. 1L.D. ing of the 4th of July i i 1. expected, wilL dcw
will be elected President of the States ever abandon tbe road to SL Mark 1 what the issue ef the Conven '
tni. .hold the
en.ot krn na While only M.lr Bragg and Pearce in the Senate upon completion 01 mum the great enterprise
in November i desired by tbe ICMM, abnokite title lion 1*. Bo far I can hear, however tbe o
1b develop
nuLGU. w i t a* devolved Florida for
:;:ti JOSEPH LASE, \ t him without farther ehaige.Rtoledfrlktr. vote of Douglas ha not materially increased tince I voted I.Y. ten more t.n two-third of the TLGRAPHC upon
The That U* Railroad I S House in the affirmative on concurring in B.LTIOIE 21. Caleb Cashing and a majrtyof ment. Untoward circumstance have eooenm i t"
Democratic !
I nominee Vice 'ot
fo President, was 'I Oonpany-wiU permit M'T&b the .djouowtnt at Ch.rleln. though his the Massachusetts retard somewhat the of the work, bat
born In | any .r.nd the conference report of the The negative Delegation have with progress
1 Nor Carolina on the I4th of December, railroad that may b built from New Port to inter claim that he will receive the requisite h.o tl Tote Southern biD men. there COB vention is ( it will be completed in time to enable tie AWbt..
being T.
I t 1S01 and* BOW in bis C9tb year.AtA.ageoffiftc.nb.b.cazne. I sect the Railroad within .three mile on the 7th This it I I .exclusively .balloting o can I I
i St. T.1 0 bnot Q cun upon the hypothesis a sectional division on the subject C. D. j didates for the Presidency. On the ballot company ,to conraarnaU ,tb., exteaslen to Mot-
a clerk in a toeri II i !rk. t E fn
I house tbe Indiana A tu. copy frftm the miou. that the bogus delegates from Alabama j I Douglas received' 173} votes, Guthrie 9. BreekinI : gomery by the ensuing Spring, the time specified
and in his
21st '
cute i Sat F. l Sea. Gei and Louisiana are admitted and New York I Bifmou, Jane 20.12 o'.lok.U18G I j ridge 5, Seymour I. The .others were by President Pollard By November next th4 road
chosen a member of the Indiana scattering
year legislature t__,_ rtDds firm. The to-day however, hat 1 will LisT been ia twtary
prlg ne Convention joat o'cJok: 109J electoral vete were cast. put raising order some
'k%f; : serving i that capacity with ocuiuna interval A MVSSTKK CIT.Tt city of Jeddo,the capital I I hue depressed tN.e.lat They had hopes I this evening, when U i* expected the unt Committee on After the first. ballot wss taker: lit of five mile*into Alabama, which. wlH eemtutaac'U'

until 1846. ,; 'Japai. is Mid to be, without the exception, the '. thai the test originally, proposed. by Mr Church Credentials report. Nothing ..done in the New' York,offered a resolution to tt fJiprcli. this market all the produce ratted within lie cireltof
He WM in the war with Mexico, acJ distingtris'i! j j jvl largest city In the It contain I wn e cCect tliat
rld 1,5,0 would t carried. This they knew would not be of '* Previous to putting the motion Mr. received twetiie-J. an area of.iHrty mile*(rom the p Jst;i.eoavplctioo. .
way bUn Dugl> of all
Lin-wlf: .t the latle! *f Bswi Vista and else- dwelling, and the Ute
unparalleled number of 6.00.l" I Ilubmit to by the r* ultr dletn hence I to adjourn.: however the' President caused t' b vote east'be; be vaanranxislj declared the nominee TheacreM, of tusiaete bets tkk FU
br. and Prt 1 lest P-ir ; .
yam. $r>rHit !
.-. t- lu.abtl'tc j t''Jag of the rwoluMcn! in, the simple form to read the.conmlu*t. ffl.t. Florida,- .delegation' of th.Cnfotn: 0 '.: "s-*;_ will be-marked- aod- iK&cative el.bright fararelorihinlt /


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J;) U'Will.ara. L. 'l'.n u Yr.cey( J'a L, in'rwpwac r-DI.tt Ponitiou.IIC an invf.IKS. t I II'. ( .4.PIOrlda 'ol"lu"QII-kcpiti4iesn Cn' .] -,.BY j TJ; T!GPAPH.LATEK ., J. K---;--GREGORY- = -& CO.i' Ae lit HA YW Q.I-;

(""",a ,., .dJrt'Mil.fDeinocri.cy of Memphis. 1acxsocrim i tJ Flu. Jane 17, I860. I FP.OM l EUROPE.MELTTA. (SUCCESSORS TO E. BAKXABD. JR.,)
the hocor an I Ldl'or I i
ten a Mur d,.Unlng siting7"h I ej.msscr' :- r m 1 ,'In able l>, j jjg Wholesale and Retail Dealers inDRUGS
; Rl 1 l..tIL"lh.' In rd''rfuce tlI.)ll1* l 'i' TCWS 0 I Conva-ntin.EfGet, .''f'-! Milton for Ota.rtn..iand AND MEDICINES : AND RETAIL DEALER IN .
i .. 'arkt" :..". where he alluJed iu the I : WHOI.KSALI
: I Kobeit R. Hil'wi! F q r Rcpn-mitative to"Conprt !
'rtvVl:..u 1',>i "i1be cotton Slate*. he explaina. his !. '!s- are wrl! rec".-t by the party tlironsl.outtinMate. NEW YORK, June !2j -The Mmmshtp( Me .

y3** f-eT<>? iin'lMT"tll'lt* ) lIe "OCt1)k4 lh.' !lIme In thi c.i'\i th.' ii"innMi: of Hilton 'I !:itaitli! Liverpool mutes to the lath STAPLE GOOSPLUiT&5flO
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h.bJ'." Htre! is !.t.i (!.t.t. wliich "Ye trcet i i" :ttrtieulnrly 1"1'11'.1"; ihnnsj t'.e' perio lofhisi boarded was ,
iir. cff Farther Pi>iit to day.
idence h -
r I'I'L -r wli'uh was f.'r the greater portion
rJI (' r..1, :h tliolrhi- tD1JbC'don"th cils.ir Oftile year lf S7. Mr! Itilon'ery greatly endeared Liverpool Cotton MirkeL-Tlu tiles of I

.' ., ,;,!'r, n" ,4: ; 1 luij. rlf to our; pcip'e.! fiat c.t.1r.by the unaffectedsS74iCflV Cotton in Liverpool fur the last three days

I ,\ t'uit" I .: ,hi.II':' 1.!. ror .'-:.; j.. j ) of h;s Mnum-r ant sits srwle-t. nn&>utii- were 17,000 Kales. Little buying rod pri l $ UJFPt ;

;' .L' .: .- totiiijalH'Ut\ .' itnioit in tlier
1., ..usvd ftr.d pursuiJ. I d"ny thAt tVi! I: tut: and! 1\ing during the prevalence of the yellow I declining.' :
.. : n l he Mipportec I ht mj letter to Mr. SI. nrli.: fever in the fill of lliat yenr A case of more purely Londonderry 14th June.-Salee ITAVE hand at the old stand,sign of the Mor. : :

. ; ;.".:t.'I1 ill "s.., T1it W.&a a rll 'I"Ite I 1ett.ritel ., : ilisiuterofted and tinotttntctiotis courage at a pe I II 'n Liverpool for two days ending to day were | 1 tar, corner of Clinton and Monroe stre ts, a GROCERIES 4O.A .

.e h3Idj31 *hmcrt miJ4'((1rl f..lu'1I11(DX" e. I riod imminent danger to life never before came 14,000 bales. Market dull and prices generally large and complete stock o ':

:. and p'uVl <4i:l.waUioat my authority by Mr. I under my immediate observation ; and I entertainbut unchanged. Console 93 1 2 to 93 3-4 Drugs, Uledlrfne pre Clrmlcds
nieJL corauient' ilUappiMvinfr, litte! dolt but the citizens cf this "*
: RliuJv. L'f\u ) $ I city and dividend. Turpentine CONSTANT SUPPLY OF .
i.X ..itcJ tli m, not of nnj' dUucion sentiment county will, rega-'llew of political differences manifest on account ex Dye-Stu/t, Pai Oils Spiri.

|v( (in. lot of my t011..n..h.m1. their appreciation of Mr. Hilton' services daring '.ar h Bruh,.. Ca.

"l J iI..tllention tIiI .'""lJl* P"P< f.e of excusing that memorable easou, by rolling up for him GENER.LEWS.. pJiene Burning Flui Jindol Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders ,
J. .::1.. )UUer wa/not fulW as to my mt'niog. A meeting ofthe Union men of Daval county was SICILY.-The articles of capitulation by .

"h) : :t i. .,, abrupt and brief on such grave i..un. held at the Court House, in this city on the even-- the Government forces in Palmero, hare been together with a fine assortment of *

.\j :M a.'.'t.itt for one or two careless phrases Ing of the 16th, Dr. A. Baldwin presiding and signed and the troops have evacuated the TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLLS Flour, Whiskey, &c., &c. ;

iH i.h .to not express my Ideas nut I)'. and which Mr. Charles Lie Waal acting as Secretary. A score place. The damage done in Palmero, by the COKSI8TTNO OP
renJ r it Imbl loan incorrect construction; or more delegates were elected to the Slate nominating Superior Hair, Tooth,Nail, and other Brush
1 ..T/tihich It woiilJ not have t'Ontain..l. had the Convention w hich is to be held at Quincy, bombardment is immense. The Treasury es Horn, Ivory and Rubber Dressing Terms Cash on Delivery I :
and three hundred homes des. ; Indi
: ..:vr Iof''" written for PIl\.liC'ltion".u1J! to hos- on the 27th inst. A resolution was unanimously building were
t f ei iu.i--m. .: I'' adopted mmending the nomination for Governor troyed. and Fie .; Fancy Toit .

1 In ilw lir.: ph ce that)letter was written j in anr ot Gen. Edward Hopkins the former able and Soaps PcUT; TalUhnssee. Mav 12ih. 18CO. 20-1 I

.., '" i'lIt pr. josinj( to alMindontbe Democratic I influential State Senator from this roanty. in the Perfumee.., ofC.AH _. --- -- "
,-.v 11.1 1 !".;("i" "<' more f sectional which the good times of Whig r). Gvn. IL s'sands head and TilE GREAT EASTERN. of which "i en reuable price bj d.'u.oi.ticxk---- RONEY & LLOYD'S
iii aiirgfd: conM be used to cleanse the Auge. shoulder above all other men in this section of the keeping constantly supplied with all Articles in their
t : This manmoth will take her
steamship de BOARD OF EDUCATION cooatitutiog
? .i.dt.; '! I replied in.th.it brief and hasty note State in the way "devotion to the cause of "Op- line And by strict attention t bio they will endeavor THE of the PATENT SOUTHERN
r.: :: i notions: more) rfftinnir to join in any curls position" to the Democracy and should he consentto parturo fo! America on the 16th. A trial to merit the patronage beet rwed Trustees of the StaU Seminary est to

JJM" 1 ; _miin,' that di-placing the Democracy would the rite of his name before the State Conventionhe trip just concluded has been attended with upon their predecessor. Suwannee located in Tallahassee, Florida vacancies desire II.r.C .

tf f II", I .infit t<> theeonnlry.rtothe South- will do doubt be nominated, unless he should moderate results. The greatest speed obtained employ three assistant teachers, to supply
;. : "' ,.1"1',1 of the South conld not be net by decline the honor. Physicians Prescriptions. that have occurred in tie School; two competent to
but thirteen !
was half knots.
am a and
: 1. ,-.- -that they CM not rest upon The weather lIere is.and habeen for some weeks g Particular attention paid to Prescriptions-came give instruction in the Knglish. Fren-h. Latin
; r
and Military -
.' :: r .,'n.il .'1' aottional panics-but in the past worm, exceedingly warm. Crops of all kindsare compounded from Pore Medicines,at all boon- Greek Laogusges and one in Mathematics and with 1
'.1 I nti'M ofli Tlrue non for prompt re oi'l doing as well as could be expected. More anon. FITZPATRICK DECLINES AND HERSCHEL V day and night Tactics. To teachers well qualified ,
,t. ,' 'l"! text aygrtuion." My i.lea] wisi. ( Tr.ro.idrerUttmeat JOHNSON IS NOMINATED. .rc I some the scholastic experience in will teaching allowed, a salary from ot $1200 the Board .

i .... 1 in a II'ftde..t Bentor. about that year
., ". I :pecci,fI 'oIlM lIf'r"o'uily l.hni1-and c. Co \WASH-KYOTO, June 25.-Gov. Fitzpatrick NEW AND RELIABLE of Teachers, when complete, one will be selected by J
t' r' rrr [ ] of Education to act Principal, with an
rrhsnce lM.uld l 10f' in our attempts to having declined the nomination, meeting of the Board at
; "t ; m in LAKE Crrr Ft June 18&O.311aa1a. AETIOLES. hundred dollars fur
A., 18th additional compensation of three
.: Walt of the p "p3e without reference to Douglas delegates was held here this even.
; i u
EDTTOM : I am to trouble with SOAP, Pumice Stone Soap the same term. The duties of the School commence
: r\ ,,-.i.nAt.o"os. which acting as a pnrif sorry you Champion
course which
at lion. Herschel V. Johnson SILVER
in the South! woul.l! graduallyltn.e'hemto another communication. I do it merely to prevent ing, of Cleaner Japanese Boot and Sho Pollh, October 1st 1860, and end July 1st, 1861. Ccmn.anicatious -
,,.r'fiil |J>artie : Georgia; was nominated for the Vice Presidency be addressed Motil the let of September -
erare their pitiful -ramKe for the a 113 body'* being misled by the lying slanderous French Imperial Liquid Blueing-ibis liquid impart* may
ar.J jointly direct, their piece that came out iu the fast Floridian d Jcjrnal in his stead. to all 'kinds of Linena and Mualins tint soinuob to F. EPPZ.S, President
v of fie eovcnimert, te
r'.": :i..n to the creat wrong dLDe the South by I under the signature: of A. Ellenger.I desired by Laundresses. June 30, 1860.T Board of Education.

.eeti"nnl sgreeslon. I .11ud. to the i.''jIf the have told you who Peter Tent is. I now furnish Interesting From Washington-Adjournment -ALSO-

f .ia ,1lattorm,' the pl Je"ftbe reich: ed Uni.C : certificates proving him an Abolitionist As of Corigrca. Cod Liver Oil, Ru,Lton's it Hegernan's celebrated FLORIDA BAIL-ROAD
to this A. bis. June
Ctention: of Geor'ia to s-eeit i the next Elleuger champion he is a German. 25.-Both houses of
:t I t : brands Queru's Cod Liver Oil flavored.
that the Pent says a Jew and I reckon Pent U as capable of die ; Jelly,
-T. .CP-: an.? dcriir.eil t. ntjrsrtt pub Congress adjourned sine at twelve o'clock The Jellifying of Cod Liver Oil enable
the truth he fi-
cot prepared even tona' telling as is, one whose race crucifiedthe _
: fpillel l fjaeSou1lswaa yet
: < to-day. the most delicate stomach receive ,
that Saviour and parted his raiment them t
would bt-but inn among ,
-:tnd; I did> means not believe of the Wapje. or recciationi : and have ever since been tiafh'cking in old cothes; Tho Postal bill was passed and signed by and retain this great remedy. CHANGE OF HOURS UON

,11't-:' "I.i"n.p::riv) in.y which m A OF
occupation for livelihood. SUPPLY
and f\-w* three great issues and there re The House having receded from its amendments -
n-ect :
r;vo a r'rit of rrUherly love the rubhe pmt cf Now I suspect the truth of the matter if, that the Post Rote bill was lost. TTVENSLOWS ,Durnou',Catarh SnuffAnodyce Freight and Passenger Train,on Mondays, Wednesdays
some dastardly sneak has made aseof this \J of
\\c would\ be, arou'eJ-a hich degree of Ellenger Toothache Drops Pectoral Honey and will
pvl Frida s,
The! Civil
UI' "end I as a eatspaw to accail me. "A ft How.fcelic*' mates Appropriation bill has been signed of the best remedies for Coughs
iMitriotis-n wouKlbe cberirliel. eta proper : I Lver..or one very Leave Fernamlma: at. ... .. 10 20 A. M.
moment.which GeorfT ant Alilami.! : and nearly I us wondrous kind. U ii nt at gurnnsir.ir that I out the President pro'estsagainst Congress Clds .; Roman Ere Bal, Spalding'a Pre Baldwin at. .. . ., . 2.20P.M.
..1', other Southern Hate hd united indicatingt a man whose h!r< back has smarted un5er the lasts 1 indicating an officer of tho Army as disbursing Qlue.Stewart's. Gainesville at..... ...... 1.25 -t '

be""tilt we r. cwreiia. .* we can preiipitate I ((1 mean ool Luerger) kr.ow how to sympathizewith agent of a civil appropriation, and intimates Arrive at Branson at. .. .. ...... .. 93-1; "
t'io cotVn States Into a rcvcktion." In the haste I ac old AboliUouist. who, it is said, was taken Candies and S-itnr-
out .at the dark hour of two" and that if his services should be required elsewhere Passenger Train on Tmadiys, Thnrsdava :
,H earele *nrts of private, confidential eorrtTOnI I And if Pent has been similarly treated. he will order him hence, without re. fUM DROP Fig Goava Jelly. Pre- diva, will !
>- <." < v,tt. i.in of ti*Imlon! en IorCluntf the next I II feel l no doubt for the poor tiegro just a* Charles gard to the new duty imposed upon him by Crackers Preston Merrill's Y ast Powder, Refined Baldwin at. .. .. ... ',<5 I

I !_--.-'n; i: rivc-s an entlrelvinrsrrcrti.eanfmy I Sumner or any other Abolitionist feels for him. Congress. Shred Isinglass'for Jellies, Blanc Mange, do. Gaiuesrille at. .. .. .. ., 710 "

..: \ u > n. u tl.. nutde ol lirin inffif. alK>nt. In I have been fortunate enough to make little The President sent a long message to the Arrive at Bru&soo ai... ... .,...... 8.16 ** !
.' '- TT.'rn I hTe.flcce4- r.\ : "resolution" ; money no body's business by the way, and if I livelong
:, .>" i ,:"o rf r Jrei-s! ur..rour f..rmof grrerrmert, ) enough expect to make more. I pay my debts House protesting against the investigations of Patent Air-Tight Glass Jars, Passenger Train on Monday, Wtdwadajs and Fii I ,

:Mtintruding it aUiut I advo,1 to x I leave no bill, contracted for furniture in the Covode Committee He thinks nothingso FOR UP FRUITS. days, will I
r "I| ;. Charleston PUNG Leave Bronsoo at. .. .. ... ......... 'l.tOA.M.1
', .< .5.9 (b\' a S'ats, when i ia her jll.1 'r.h'nt, I or anywhere else, unpaid. As to my outrageous has been attempted since the .
-v.t:.at in* fjileJ to cnswer the end cf its for wanting to bny Peter Tent's lot-a little narrow days of Robespierre.The Articles for the Toilet .-, Gainesville *t. .. ,........... 8S'J' "
-. of land abuut Baldwin at. ......v..k..... 11.('" ,
strip ,
': r. r.1.J theto: lie brought about by a Con*eni1 twenty ((22)) or twenty-three
feet 'ide. the Senate Committee reported unanimous kinds, elegant Arrive at Fernandina at.. ...... 2.25 P. M.
",. : :e p oj'le .l. ning "the mole and method ((23)) w statement is utterly false. Pent BANDOLN&nru a deao
rfr,''i.s "ly ?tat"oruinanc'%. In brief my offered to sell me his lot repeatedly before he builton !j in favor of Bottt'rfield'sl\lexican Gulf Suae'l Ursina, or Rel B.ara Freight and Passenger Train, on Toewlavs, Tburi- "
.- >.'ir vr;s.1"ijT'.edtocorvey to that it. I was advised by men who knew Pent to mail line, and it is understood that it would Grease; Rose and Geran Cloge Lubin'a days and Saturday will

'.- ) :ir own (PI ti-.atr information and in S1afl"h'l b.j'. saving they would not have such a man by have passed both houses if it had been brought and various other dtlict Wheler'. Leave Bronsoo at. .. .. .. ... ... LtD A. M. JL TNDIVIDUAL RlOatS to UM ibis PLOW in'

'I.. #-1,1::rf; *. that I uid not think the true them. 1 did not want it and refused to buy it. All forward at an earlier day the House having Oriental Lt.ioo fur complexion; Porcelain and Gainesville at. . .. .. 660 Leon county PltANCtS, told by
this Dlrnger ; to know if be knows Metal ; Toilet Powder Toilet Soaps, a .. .. 10.60 PAYNE, Blacksmith
i t rv" ;.. s'o'iH erpage in pulling down and put1 o gjt anything Baldwin at. . .. .
1 tli.it is expressed a favorable opinion of the project. very choice and extensive variety, F.IL Taflshaids'a )its, It, tt 0. 20 I
tiue. :
; i citw, but Jt-aving them PS organizitiorsr Arrive at Fernandioa at. ,.. ....... 2 36 .
\\ t' :::1',1 1 tLt"11.! th't T e should set to work to I The following certificates Messrs. Editors, give J. Eo LARKIN, .
.,..I11.: i. ant] ta this we woulJ either save the you the true character of Peiit They show him Citrate of Magnesia.M Engineer and SoperiuteudtDtFernandina.

,, 1it tl clulloi bos or en "the next aggression"* I not otU' to be an Abolitionist, but unpleasant in Spmul l 11otiet5. UIS popular and delightful Apeiifnt I manufactured June SO, 1860. 87 NEWGOODSSPRJNG

: .- N -:voa'J: secede from it. I occupy the same other respects even guilty of bating run away fur __ __--_-U- _-_-_- --_ JL in small quuitie at a time so a to
,::1. ro
L '< ;in".Florida, }1iiii .-irpi, Louisiana.Texi character than this Pent and where does this fellow ). constantly receiving for Hosteller Stomach Bitters: litz ; Compound Syrup of the Phosphates months after the first publication of this no j
that Ei:< place himself when he undertake his CAVANDASrA, ..tuljr ,1S09.Jfenrt. SIX ,F
j i \1:an-as occupy Georgia platform nger or Chemical Food. administratrix of the estate
Hotttetttr f Smilk, Pittsburgh Pa:-Gents: At the uu ersigned.
: '; f. al"o, tint. cp'.lict T.-nne& will oem cl\ulle' And where does every one capable of arriving we are(twicers, I herewith enclose you twenty-eight I dollar of J. I. L. Green, deceased, late of Leon county, -
M i that hr toes sufficiently love their State at a conclusion find him or any one who may *for four dozen llostrtk Stomach Bitters which please, Rock .F.1t -Onf5oolg. C in prwetii ner float account and vouchers to the & 8tnnln
l I.e nIT hi. ... "; 'jilfog - If.J
have skulked] Lchiud him i to $
: hre4aDDr d'tatIua. ;
.,. : :,hoii; hqtii s8Jh'ftiJ' 1 ruuj is than Tli Te purcliA* t' > r < native the Con- stronger argument. KEROSENE
c Toledo this Summer but the sale Is on the Increase v much LAMPS ELCY GREEN Adm'x.June .
_..,1.1.1 tt.il.-r no detriment at the 1lIn.b..f I Yours truly IL B. ELDER. that I wuh to open dirot'llrade will you. I.. inducedto discharged. AT TUB -
.::<, whether they come openly as B!>cki' : try your Bitters br my phrmctan for the Liver Complaint, Fitted vilh the most approved Burner SO. I860. 276znPen.&Georgia
Deraocrats, I LAKE Crrr FLA, June 18, 1860.I and received such material aid thai I hare recommended It ---
i'r Ca'a?covertly lit bnctard .
:' ,,nilr fttlll,10wl tt the foundation oft I 'tt1ifthat I did several times insist on Col. to time.other I have and hare all kinds told rf about medicine two dozen In my per store week, but for then dome Is Fluid Rail-Road. CASH & EXCHANGE ROOMS '

.t., -I\ f rr'ett objects of tvery true PontluMi's II. B Elder to buy Peter Pent'e lot. telling him none that I can cheerfully and truthfully recommend aa Bug ,

i ..,- ;i. 01;>.. to wit : bis State, the South and.1:11. 'I that I had rather pay a big price for it than have your Bitters., for I know they'bars helped me. beyond myexpectation. LARD OILS. o
l C .-'I':\ I such a nan as Pent by me. lie every time refused loan respectfully.PII1LO WILSON. OF

: .: j'. '.".. ctfullv. .rotr fellow fitiren.W to do it. saying he did not want it. Z. LAMB.I Sold by a'l dnijtfliU. till July J1 -

L. YAXCEY. I hereby certifyfthat Peter Pent told me that he ---- MOTHERS" _--- I Lm ;1 r( ;

; T, v,, .... J HiMitrofM 1. C. OAILAWAT,and oth. burnt up a gentleman's shop and tools with whomhe The attention mothers is called to!Dr. EATON'S INFANTILE Expected to Arrive Soon. I MR. C. T. N. SVFAN ha been rppoiutcd AI'.istlnt G \W, SCOTT & CO.

i -. ("irn,I'tce, 51 rt'wl lb.Tt'nn was working at the time. lIe spoke of it as CORDIAL,which Ublg'ilT( recommended for all complaints Superintendent of tb'.s road. All persons -
though it might have been an accident upon which aUcndioj Tetttlng such aa U>aeotcry, Colic,Croup, ftOAORESS WATER; A large and well selected having business with the Supenntendent'a de
lie ran however and by the aid of a Dutchman to V/ tock of Tooth and Hair Brushes Paint Var- with .
:From Lie FlonJt DiipttcU June Uih.] away part.mt'nt."iII communicate him by letter or
BLOOD FOOD.-Thil medicine,bring, at iu name cish aud Brushes
in of the Northern cities who suggests ; A complete stock cf
some one as- :
otherwise at the office in Tallahassee.
"st BLOOD and scientific
< i :NIT NOMINATIONS'We'eongratnSate cur Foon. a discovery differing '
.".'HllIl..1I thearnouneement of the nominations eittrd him lie gut n birth on a chip which enabled from .71 patent medicine$ ,it well: worthy the atu-n'ion of all utensils for Graining Porte Monaies. Violin Strings.. Signed E. HOUSTOUN, Every Variety of Goods Required .
him This June who are tutoring fromlmpnnty or deficiency of blood. It I
t to escape. U 1860. ON THEEXPECTED President and .
'" r.r end Cougre"Mon Representative. I
Is prepared by Dr C P. Banmox, author of several workson
i 1 : tlii ij',uncv Convention On the 4th.inst. D. K. CEEXSHATV.LAKE : Elocution rb)''iulopy, Science,".,and It highly reciMn- 'C :a. H. ELE June 23. 1860. 26 in this Market. -

: ,'.,1.1 Milton.The nominee for Go.ern. b. Crrr. FLA., June 18, 1860. mended by numerous. ccrUQcale of those who hare availedthemselves .
'V ,. I Democrat. Ills o Yiruf SORE VEN HOUSE. -* .
: nlwnb 'tii, a thorough This is to crrtify that Peter Pent did speak to me CHUKCII h. ) ew York are the Rroeral Agents for
t 'f.::1 in the Cl.arlei'.on: Convention will further both.-Lawrence, &*Iiaei. adrertisemcnt. IlITE WINE VINEGAR RASPBERRY D
twice about freeing the and 1 said that if .aM. '
'j-a ti...t !'ie if a democrat of that indeftendect or- negroes For la'e by Ames tSe I Y Vinear. Worcestershire Sauce. P.ekled Lobsters Ladies Dress .
the negro was free that we would get three times Ooods
cl( Mate ri lit't"liticiana, F,rwnaiis. CoL for 'ork.I Frb Lbtr Fresh Salmon Fresh Mackerel SAVANNAU, GEORGIA. MTVTRS.
more our w IiliL
f v. ,, d for Pickled Dates Anderson's Solace
':1I rot a large but a full fiz mID Floii- did
moreover add that Pent try to sell to Col. 1IIIEDIts .
; ". .-'" i i we Ui''.it aboU fifty ycarsof age. lie IL B. Elder his piece of lot adjoining that of Elder's this City, on the 27th insL, bj R.\. J. K. Tobacco Macaboy Snuff, Waterproof Matches, Rose, S. B. FOLEY Proprietress.-This new and a
; : an cctura'dy: fine mind, and it i itt rwj* e*,ed Castile and Transparent Soap; Sperm Oil, a pure JLTJ. illliAVi DRY GOODS .
long before he (Pent) ever built on it, and that Elder Glover, Mr. JAMES PONDER to Miss ANNIE article for elegant Hotel fronting Monument Square, !fa .
Ills B -
1 I.
dlt'ltt 111t'Uedualattainmtnta. ability Sewing Machine .
f said that be did not want sow in complete order,and ready to accommodate
t "i .:--Utcr u nowledged to be very IUI it.W.. S. PALMER VICTORIA KIRKSEY. in fine style the traveling public

t 'tlftll r!ne"ib,'r.1 ii eloquence as a public erior-1 Aromatic Tonic Bitters. The Rooms are large and airy and the Table fully PLANTATION GOODS .
the State in the Case and LAKE Crrr. FLA, June 18. 1860. ;
*n carv-iuiiip Taylor OEIU Ay. THEE invaluable BiTERS are a great Rx- equal to any Hotel North or South.

r "Ii..nlisl l campaign. We. the undersigned do hereby certify that Mr DIED in LW county.Georgia, April 6, I860, 'in all cue Debility incident to a Fiitr's splendid four horse Omnibus is always at .
k S B Il.ltoa. Et ;i :i. t.>tiire<. U a Lute Right Democrat, and a he (Pent) was not whipped on the night oftbe 22d HAPS ness them an excellent Tonic to and from the House at half the usual rates amBO l8. ,
J :' mat. lolili..1J.nd socially of unexceptiona- May last N. T. DRAKE.A. TUTEN, aged 40 year*. boring under DTSPEPKIA and ISDIGSSTIOH will find June 28. 1860. 26-Sm

: i..1.1'. Having been luinelf a long time in K. BEXLEY. them advantageous, taken a hour or 1 before meals,
:: '.u.nui i (UI," il; we extend to him iheeour in fact they be found an excellent Tooio in almostall .
Certificate of F. H. Allen Lake wi Dissolution.fTMIE AND '
\ :.,<> to u cre&tablc member of our craft.- Jthi bhrfiernrnis. cases stimulants are required. .
.r tir..t kuuwk4gt- Mr. Hilton was durilpliiix have known Peter Pent for six months'and have For.sale at the Corner Drug t.or. HE partnership heretofore existing between

'i 'U. in the, editorial department of the Fl> had considerable dealiu.s with the aforesaid rent -- ------ --- J. 11. GREGORY & CO. the Subscribers under the firm of HOPKINS
u 1t''Ipe1| at Tallahasaee. lIe afterwards and I have heard him say more than once that it TALLAHASSEE A MEGINNISS was dissolved by mutual consent, iRtMMIN ;
'.": to vacnah,where he was variously oc- was a damned shame that the negroes were kept in GUADS.ATTENTION Fresh Supply on tbu Slat of May ]last All business of the firm k,1

e,J ns a moraber of the Bar and as an edi"r.I I bondage, and that at some day not far distant, that O" will be adjusted by A. HOPKINS A CO, who are
'->t ,'onl' tion in the latter being as editor of the negroes would be sot free. He frequently ordered an'boriced to sign the firm name in liquidation.
. : v i\aunai! Dmly Georgia Mr. Hilton left Saa I branched the subject of freeing the negro YOU are hereby to PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, A. HOPKINS. Embroideries and Hosiery;

'-: ati. we believe. in 1616 and located himself at I ]looked upon him as an Abolitionist,consequently meet for drill, in front of the T7RENCH and American Window Glass, D. B. MEGIN IS3.

"csmville. Florida ; where be was engaged in ] a dangeroui man in the South. I did not consider Court House in Tallahassee at JL Jewett d Sons rue Lead, Tallahassee Jane 16tb,186o.CoPartnership.

-sctice of Isle proft-MJon until recently when I him a peaceable citizen. Peter said he was 10 | M, Wednesday Snow White .
.' : und hiai&elf ncce more a citizen of Talcbasee. not whipped by the regulators. Pent said that J'eokIA. 0 Varnish Zo Sash Brushes. BOOTS SHOEoS
4th July. Dress-uniform _ .
anally, Mr. Hilton is a ra.in of fine appearance Ellenger was a Dutch Jew. F. IL ALLEN. -
: >> "J I addreu-ir.vniind evincing exce1lettcuti- : June ISth. 1860. jacket white pants and white gloves Denslow's Benzine HOPKUI8 E.C. ,
'' rhyeietl1y. net as stout as Cot Milton,but By otder of Captain. EDWLEDBIL&tlFoEI.Jr.. L. E. 8TAYNEIt
ELLm .tE. COITKBIA Co, June 18. 186 tie LIQUID taking out Paints.Varnish UNDERSIGNED entered into .
withstand lo
v aLe: to tie herd bip' of the ap- P. B. ANEW THE a Co-part- .J .'
".2a.ing: campaign. His age we believe i* cbout I hei'eby certify that on the evening the difficulty 27 BROKAW. Orderly. Stains from Silks or Woolens of all on the 1st day of June. 1860, under the
:::ivevenVe confess that, in our opinion the occurred between Cot Elder and Peter Pent I was June SO, 186\ [Sentinelcupy. kindswilbpal injuring their color or texture while firm of A. HOPKINS CO,for the transaction of a .

1.Uon was fortunate baring parlisaus of this I present and heard Pent make use of the following leaving unplewarjl odor. It U used with the same General Merchandiiiog Busioeoa. 0

lr: h.m among whom to mate iu aeltction.i I lansrtag?: **Never mind damn yon.tbetime won'tbe Information Wanted, scccew for cleaning Gloves without altering their A. hOPKINS, Ct TliIiGf -

i airly three yeara this portion of the Stale long before the negro will be free; wa'H be the the subscriber, of old man named color; also for removing greasy stains out of Paperof EDWARD BRADFORD, Jr.,
"* *itne 9vd a commotion in the Democratic party master and yon shall be the negro." Upon this B JIM GREEN a Bricklayer a by negro trade. A Lbe all kind. For sale at tb. Corner Drue Store of R. O. PARKHILL, I -

.fpir.l to local matters; and nearly every prom- CoL Elder started towards Pent and Mid What rat reward will be given for kit me atTa1ue J. R. GREGORY Y A CO. L R. STAYNER. I 2Th -
*:Jt ainUiidu was identified with it. In this aeoi do you mean. rirT Pent then said, "Yon make dehnr. t March U. 8&0. 13Fcrg'U.sol1'S Tallahassee, June 16. 1860.-:5. [Sent copy.
ill, uonveution none have been nominated roe mal and 111 set fire to the whole damned esUbHshment J7Superintendent's E AlBJ '- -
'. and burn It Upon ibis Mr. David aOl6. : At Cost.A. and
f 'Ito are. and have been locally ont ide of up. .
..t''nee uf this in the of the Duke and myself went out to him: to know what BEFIYED
quarrel two wings Oder p. G. R. R. HOPKINS & CO.
i a dogma with which the Opposition'u he meant. He said. that he meant ha would set fire a FLORIDA ARROW ROOT C.ALa-I 9 .
: I IL ,... :iti a disturbance In the partr. has to his own lion..- Sew Pent'*hon.was cot more TAUJUUSSU, 29tb 1860. ARE offering their large Stock of SUMMER
I e.t: .:.ujlt' ruled out AS a question of {lrrtlt than eight((8))or ten((10))feet from Cot Elder's store. At the corner Drugstore.J. GOODS AT COST, consisting of
\t It wf then and still is my imprewlon. that Pent CO. ORGANDIE, JACONET and BAREGE OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING .

meant that be would ret firi to CoL.Elder'* establishment. ROBES. TINE APPLE TISSUES and ,
"'.1f l. uCruillfollou our ucqualiucd tup- Choice and Tobacco. ,
]i mud only tried to explain the matter a way S the celebration at Cigars SUMMER SILKS.: CORNICES & CURTAINS

\., :r M I 1.1: : furlherto note the arproral cf j by saying ha meant hU own when DAYID Dolce JORDAN.and myself! PER pit attending OB ti.road,oo the 4th Madison of July, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS They invite the attention of pnrchaatn.June ,. -

,: :f 't "'fcr dele-atioa In the Charleston Con. approached l-'in. will be Tallahassee end other 16, I860. 26 Hardware and

.,::' '.. at'lll.i srlection of the same delegates to I hereby certify that I was present on the evening Station for 0.fare. C T. W, 8YFAN. For Medicinal Purpocea. Cutlery, .: .. ;
'1. tit>. !-ute iu Richmond Contention."a that the difficulty occurred betireen-CeLSder and June a 87 Awiataat Superinteodent COOKING WINES, VINEGAR. fC. SELLING OFF AT COST I

Peter Pf'ni.nd heard him r ake oe of*ie following P. I hare bee by the of offer to oar friends and the pnblio generally
'' .'.ft.f J :1011'tile Mirror( JfeBttwl Jane Wii.] expressions, as nearly u I can recollect Pent ArrangetaenU B at K.utnd rae Cite Scotch Ale & London Porter, WE entire stock of NAILS, IRON AN}] OILS, ; i I

:--t. r/i-k C.O.TEaTLON.Thls body con- wee moving shaving out of hU own boose and tsHon to the p be made '
'. prdsoD..m ALSO A races surtax SHOES
: ; "4 ty the appointment| of delegates piling them in front of the door. CoL Elder said to the ground a]|
J L!:. '.''i 1.1 "Convention nomination! of I him that"be had better scatter them t little that upon f -"b myate.. Congress Water. .T OOSOM I'

.' ,. ". : .. in.l candidates Governor and I It was not right to pile them,tip that wr., someone 0 We desire i possible, to close up our boatoeaa by ,
:.v.' .Congress. e have no personal might drop a segar or a mata among them and For.Sale For sale at the Corner Drug Store of the first of July. Come io aDd examine our stock, ,
," .I'. .<-- "nti Messrs. Conic and Anderson of he might get Vis house burnt Pen.replied *I J.R.OREGORY&CO.Mareb which consists 01 -
,' ''': t li I Ut.aud Cot G. W. Call U too wUli.ajcrs don't care a damn- and muttered aowtthUg I did A LIKELY NIOKO'EOT.; 15 yean ol wall 24 tfcoO. IS Calicoes, Bleached and Broun Domestics, Fa.
I of marked CoL ElM didn t .f\ and: gv>3 this time grow
t. -
understand. :
1\\ as a gentleman not Up Half Boots end Shoes, are and TS. I II
..'. ;: .-:: for any special notice from u*. seem to know'that Pent was angry with hta. Afterwards for isolhufl.-eoend( I b and mind-title* good. Spices &c.
\:"''< veonly know from reputation and Col Elder told Pent that -if he bad paId Apply'tthlsooe.' Crockery, Groceries, fc., 4*. ID
S watt J 17 /1INNAMON, CaoTea, Nutmegs, Race, Ginger do- Ladles would do well to gives a call belora -
: "t t but rcputa- hoc to clean out Isle house to p- -
|I.sirg acquaintance; the anything 81 '
;:. ii.gli: the hat for ability and until they got through with him In the J*r4- Vy ground; Jamaica Ginger, whit* and Black chasing elsewhere ai va are toMxlled to dos up

. ,,. ". n tiidenoa! upon Uiat'il the people] should until Monday morning and he could then make Aim, Wahtta; Circuit. Court.'-In Equity. Celery Mustard Seed.Seed.Bottled Allspice Mustard.Cayenne Nice and Olin Black Oil.Pepper, JOM t.'60. 24 SHlitX A PAPY. I Agricultural Implements. I

:\ ."iinst.on.; he will administer the gobe \- do 11." To this.Pent''\ .*fro** xuyzIAwreee.; ) -

. ; Cuuainonaealtb with ability Im- God damn you, the time !Is not long when yowwlU v VBiHof 'U'18H. HOPS SHAKERS HERBS.,AND Stockholder'sTALLAHASSZX.Ie tlag. '
.\ 111r"Lrioli' m. he owe slave and we will be- the master'C ,-* Lawrenoa .J..1 EXTRACTS. '
1; your Treacle ) A
,. !"' and towards Pent and asked 1 Jno. 10. IS0.' large tuaortmcjnt of Ui'e above article ;
vt hate intimately. and made
a known long 1. Elder rose I
> TT "l* th!; _j iic .0 w-eahional difference with liini j jdg- lie we," eM Ihe next appar. P MEETING the 8toekhoU.r'a of 1M T lhi
him what meant by mylar
; A
, I .,. 1 I.- 'hl.ctrine of ecccs io ,-running I understood 'aa, rlrbpth.vb.y4hamoeegablishmezat. ( J_- of the SUU, that of V'b Florida defendant vrdered thu U Bill that r.aidaisoul .- at the Corner Drag Store.J. )haaae Railroad Co. ia called to BMt at the constanfjiy oct ban* tad se1in'
:: .nt-I (f ''an. "", liave uniformly had Th'en Duke and Jordan "W Mircb12260. Office ia Tallahassee, on Ja1 ly t, 1880. at tie
I bearitbe had Q dlh efcarjd said n -
I H.t >Il'h:1 picioQt.Utkally and other bio ackine whit establishment he wonlf'bat otto a ( "e B' F. .H. FLAGG. '

. -:i:", l' .1Ct'11I'IUall.! un 1.oiect. vp right tedwn iftt was EUiet'a he would burn.'. ;U r'pn4'thlt, bf Lb !te firoudy elite Cref.fle It .ROOk P01ash 1st SORT June 15 55 Secretary. LO-He aaii 3rioes!

..:: ; U.intr'.ijcnve ;qaaliicatlon meant he would burn 'Up his;otm.", 11.*?? J? o ait :
: f1irtbeki'aered, or UIdrb. pubhlab.trsn '
: 't'i 1 fbr the vxt tel .WcU Le has bn asked If he wa rot appeised'thethb1?Ar.Srrcwn bi1oridl&u t : APPLICATION will be made to the next aea- ii. 8i! II __
. I'" c_"Dvev'!,r, *Tc l \: t. !cW'l hou" lIe."ocl also bcrn *ldit fiT ,,; :* a JOII 'O'li "k r. 11' HEIMSXHEET A CO'S INIMITABLE HAIR Assembly of thi State.. '
,': .', tb.ji.ee of tSre Dl warranted to restore grey hairto for a Charter of a Rail Road from the waters : :
'I bc te aII. Ufa u'I '-< '*.fcr MTi r !* rot m\M the nfchwj. atOhaitibcn this 9Hli"4arr f7mc A. D. its Clothing ,
's-1Z14 aiigmal color the ;
at Store.
j -'sl rtrs"** pM' JVnjr Tamp Bay to the water of tht St. John TVVTe7[ :f.
b.(4 w.- !iltc "ar mrf tit A LARGt
: ur ,1 thL.bpizs.n J. LOT
,. J J. R GREGORY. A CO. at near keJesup. '
I : .' i .... "-';. ,'rro WI : f.I fire taj l;, "r' I t I RJtc or _cha_ sail BOND A CO.
:: "n'n'f. 'br.\ AltT. June J'k'h! iSO s:ts--- Much ?4, 1560 IS. PiiUtk! Joie i, 13!' ebeapbr
I. 1. '
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Dealer Dregs, Medicines
I Ta1h1iassee&Pen&Geo. 1 ... JUST reve smeartasutof NewYerk pesh.,

b ei.II
RAIL-ROADS.' The tad manafactnrtn of II08- Oils of almost
proprietor kind ,

and after February: Slit, 1860, daily Passcn- TERS can appeal with perfect confidence to beat uty. Pntty.Brush**pot.8 '

Tram will run u follows: -, ---- physicians and citizen generally of the UaiUd O Mostard, Fo B s. '

ON and after Sunday evening, March 25th.I860 Leave Fernandma tt..... ...... .. .... 2.00 P. M. States because the article has attained a reputation fo Inks medicinal p P.l.l(I.. f),
A few
heretofore unknown. fact ,Quinine P
Can will leave and run u follows vu: .. Baldwin at......... ............4.65 NN upoa Bar Fud I
Leave Tallahassee.. ... ... ... too P. M. .. J f..AWREfl this point will speak 'more powerfully thanvolumes 4e.Ae. and a Jo.IM
Stark at.. ......... .......... .6.80 YRUS ge "
Arrive at Moo ello. .... .... &15 P. M. .. Waldo at.1.1 5 .. [H .. of bare assertion or blazoning puffery. Medicines. W keep none tat the step f

I Leave TallahaMce .. .. .. . 9.85 A. M. Gainesville at. .. ...............8.20 The consumption of Hosteller's Stomach Bit- hope to merit your patronage.MILES b\-t

Arrive at St Marks ... .. ... 11.00 A. M. N Archer at. .. .. .. ................9.16 .. NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET, ten for the last and year from amounted its manifest to over a half- March n NS2 A CO.
Leave Tallabaasee .... .. ... 6.00A.M. .. million bottlts, steady 1U 1'
; irnv .
at Broneoo.. ......... ....... .981 in time it is evident that during ----
Arnre at Good man's, Station 6. 8.60 A. M. increase past,
4 Leave Kon\ 'ello.. .. .. . .OO A. M. I Leave Branson at. .. ... .... .. .. ......8.00 A If.N NEW_ YORK, the coming year the consumption will reach BLCX-I'l'1(} !
4 Arrive at Tallahassee.... ... '.05 A. M. Archer at... ... ... .. .... ....3.30I. near one million bottles. This immense amount

t Leave St Marks.. ... .. .. .. toO P. M. Gainesville at.... .. .... .. .. .. ...30 .N. WHOLESALE DEALER IN could never have been sold but for the rare THE tO and .opened a Shop in
i Arrive at Tallahassee. .. . .. 8.28 P. M. Waldo at..s.o medicinal properties contained in the preparation the tame uDfr with Mr.Kuhn'sflar.
Leave Goodman's,Statioo 6. .. ..30 P. M. Starke at..6./>0 and the sanction of the most prominent riae e Shop,opposite the ;

Arrive at Tallahassee . ... .ZO P. M. Baldwin at. .. . .. .. ..7.65Arrive .. Combs, Pins, Writing Detfo, Jewelry, physicians in those section of the country of lack-smithing will Echn.d.
C Connecting' with Post Coaches! at Monticello and at Fernandina .. '" .. .. 10.46 N Brushes Needles, Work Boxes, Watches, where the article is best known who not only despatch. He can refer witl

.' $ Goodman's, Station 5, daily, except at Monticello on Freight Trains trill leave Fernandina on Mndys.Wednesdays : Porte Jfonaiet Stationery Musical Wares recommend the Bitters to their patients, but who have patrouize him heretofore fo theof cbs t'b
Buttons at all times to give testimonials to its
are ready
Saoday and Goodman's Station 5, on Monday. and Fridays, at 4.20 A. M., and return. work FR4NCIS P
0 AND ALSO ing lean Branson,on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays Threads, Porte Folios, Perfumery, efficacy the in diseases all cases resulting of stomachic therefrom.derangementsand 1858. 2tRC A In

S Connecting with Post Conch to New Port on arrival at 310 A. M. Wood and Willow Ware, &c., ctc., This is not a temporary popularity, obtainedby -

Sj of and which returns before the departure of the These Trains connect with Boat. to and from And article in the notion line required bj the Southern Merchant. extraordinary effort in the way of trumpeting
r Train; and with the line of Mall Steamers between Charleston,daily, and with Boats to and from 5*. ever/ the qualities of the Bitters, but a solid lDSONS
New Orleans Key' West and Cuba and intermediate vannah/our timer week. I : : :
; estimation of an invaluable medicine which is ::: : :::s
: points on the Gulf, arriving at St.Maria,on their way Through Tickets between all the above Stations SPECIALITIES.LAwa destined to b. as enduring as time itself. DAMASKS '
t to Key' West on the 17th and 2nd or 3rd of each and Charleston be secured the Boats Stomach Bitten bare DIPERS. &
can Hosteller' proveda
-.. I month and arriving at St. Marks on their toNew bj daily :5ci"a' "0 aOTnJsa: P ancr EIID NBDIM. || LAWKCXCX'S: STILL Peas,ins: PuuJllI: ,Li:.giac: CONSUMER RlCHABUOK Ijn.,5.j ,v
E way and between all the above Stations and Savannah, LAwaincs's GOLD PENS Godsend to region where fever and aID'and the
: > WAaaAxriD.LiwaiNCi's sbooirf
CoLocnt" :
t t Orleans: on the 15th and 29th of each month. at reduced' rates by the Steamer Augusta which : SoiTHMssas: FAVours. |I i. LAwarwcxa "LiAn PINCIM," ALLiTILD; various other biliou .eoDtpl&nt. have see that the articles they I'"e g ,
I Passengers for Monticello, or North of that ; I ae j a
leaves Fernandina on Wednesdays and Saturdays, counted their victims by hundreds. To be .ae *
t the full name 01 the firm,
-. will take the 4 00 P. M. train. and Savannah on Mondays and Wednesdays.Freight Also a superior quality of OSNABURG SEWING THREAD in balls, small and large and on spool. able to state confidently that the ""Bitter
Passengers for Goodman's, or points East of that will also be taken by the Steamer Augustaat All goods warranted equal to sample and as represented. Particular attention given to packing. Neat and are a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like J. N. RIC.RDSON. SON A. OTTDEr,

'I. will tale the 6.00 A. M. train. two-thirds of present rates. convenient Catalogue, with blanks for memoranda, supplied topvrehcutri on application. diseases, is to the proprietors a source ef unalloyed as a guarantee of th soundness and durability ef tt 1
The train will not run from Tallahassee to St. I November 26 1869. 47-ly
Persons desiring to avail themselves of these reduced pleasure. It removes all morbid matter GoL
Marks, and back on Sunday, only on Steamer' days. -- caution Is rendered' essentially neeessarv
rates, should notice particularly the sailing from the stomach, purifies the blood and
; WM. L. VINSON Asst Sup'i. days pI the Augusta, and instruct their agents as to.blpplDg. New Establishment. WOOD EDDY &COSDELAWARE impart renewed vitality to the nervous system, large quantities of inferior and defective Liotns sr I*
March !4, 1860. 18 prepared, season after season and sealed
: with
A. H. COLE that and
it tone indispensablefor
SupLFernandina informs his friends giving energy
M undersigned respectfully of Irish
March 24, 1850. 13 .THE the that be baa net AND MISSOURI the restoration of health. It operates upon name Rkl by Houses, who, fprd'le
D. W. EVANS & CO. public generally of inflicted alike
tbu on the
: -5- the stomach,liver, and other digestive organs
Retired from Business STATELOTTERIES consumer and the manufacturers of the
mildly but powerfully,and soon restore then Go'
No. xir i.EL THE TO PLANTERS nor to_condition essential to the healthy discharge will while not purchasers readily abd a bule.so prttab'

FERRY of the functions of nature. e b wit .
GONE TO HARPER'S ; Capital Prize $70,000 worthless character.J. Go
I i NO Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily.
j B.L0CE
nor baa be any J CT> per S directions on the bottle, and they will find BULK Ag,3tite ,

Intention of to Texas it stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort Cu St., New York
Going WOOD EDDY & CO. in '
677 PIONEER Southern Inventions !! Managers. Sept. 24. 1859. J :
it is
i declining ,as pleasant to palate,
; years
but that be will fully resume The Managers' Office are located at Wilmington
the Delaware and St Louis, Missouri, invigorating:; to the bowels excellent as a tonio, THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE ICE
Patented June 21rf, 1859, by REV. JAJKIPKELXB BLACKSMITHINCBUSINESS ., 1 and rejuvenating of Tallahassee Fla.PEELER'S of thousands of aged men and women -
BROADWAY GIFT The folJowiogMAGNIFICENT 'Who have experienced the benefit of using this Gear's Machine for Planing

VARIETY'STEEL In all its various branch SCHEMES preparation while suffering from stomach derangements Ac., Ctig in Mau.
BLADEiicwz es,one month from this and general debility; acting under dig
will be drawn in under the
public Superintendenceof
date. His shop is fronting the advice ef physicians, they have abandonedall --
\ BOOKSTORE : i 200 foot 5 Sworn Commissioners, appointed by the Governor. and undersigned baa the of
: I on street deleterious drugs fairly tested the THE b. owner the
opposite the Post-Office _. WOOD, EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY. merits of this article. A few words to the tons* and sell macbintu
but Stock for and in the of Mr. Znker's Harness where There certain when Florida and be now offers 'individual and Con&tv
REQUIRES one any kind of a rear Shop, Class No.358 Draws Saturday,July 28,1860 of which may be put on, fastened, he intends to carry on the business as it should be I their cares are so harassing that many of them Rights to any who may desire to purclaae. Gus tf
HflOtl. .au.ir':; and taken off,in one minute. done. Feeling grateful for the liberal patronage 78 Numbers..13 Drawn Ballots. : ink under the trial. The relation of mother the Machine can be seen in operation at any timt at

Is adapted to sod. subsoil,hillside,and general cultivation heretofore extesded to him, he would respectfully 1 Grand Capital Prize of and child i II so absorbingly tender that the the shop of L W. Bowen a the .TaJah.sf R.R
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED aid may be turned into a double plow it solicit I continuance of the same,hoping by hi* own mother especially if she be young is apt to Depot. T machine is simple In coostrnetiooadapted .
desired, and is so constructed that a seed planter.may personal effort and prompt attention to reDder.::3tir. $ '70,0002 forget her own health in her extreme anxiety a greater variety of irregular fonts
.. GIFT BOOK HOUSE. be attached to it, the cost of which will. not exceed satisfaction. H. B. FITT8. 'I for her Infant Should the period of maternity and surface t any other yet iOVOI lu capacity
one dollar. April 28, I860. 18-tf 1 Prize of 50,000 168 Prize of $800 arrive during the summer season, the wear of is equal twenty men, aDd in some kinds of

.& GIFT WITH EVERY BOOK Every part Is detachable and adjustable to iUelf. I Prize of.. 18,375 II 65 Prize or.. 125 body and mind i i.
; I IID1RfBg The stock which may be made of common WHo E. ANDERSON ... .W)(. U. MILTON.: ft Prize of 10,000 S3 Frizes of lOd thee i* a necessity for a stimulant to recuperate from three to four feet square I sufficient- re
&S .' Hrth I /root 50; cttt. to 10000. plank is so simply constructed and there being pine no S Prizes of .. 6,000 65 Prizes of 80 the energies of the system,and enable the qnires bt little! power drive it. Every kind 0

V ) weld in the iron part,that the whole plow may be Anderson & Milton S Prisea of .. 4,000 II 66 Prize of .. CO mother to bear up under her exhausting trial neat difficult! work !Hoes bilding. Cabin

readily put up by the commonest Smith after once At"torn.eys I.ia.'w S Prize of 8,000 4.810 Prize of.. .0. and responsibilities. Nursing mothers generally Furmtre. Carriage e. Wagon and Buildier.
"By toftitanX addition to our stock we have collected I obtainipg a correct pattern. AJI'DSOLICITORS S Prize of 2,600 I 27,040 Prize of 20 prefer the Bitters to all other invigora- < can be turne out by it with astoouWneatness
the and moat varied selection of Books and ,
largest 100 Prize of .
Farmer may even fit their present supply of IN EQUITY ton that receive the endorsement of ph.iciani.
ever offered by any publishing home in the wrought iron, turning plow, scooter, and Marianna JacLton fla., because it is agreeable to the taste aawU JEr RIC"RD
o all of which are fresh from the publishers couotry'l this stock.PEELER'S. sweepsfor formed a oo-partocrship Cottnty in the practice ol 12,396 Prize amounting to ...... .... $1,171,950 as certain to give a pennants* Increase July 16, 1869. 9ly
warranted in (orftt.A HAVE
are perfect -
CATALOGUE which for of --0- and will attend with fidelity and prompt. MIABLT 1 PRIZE TO ETEBT I TICKET3.0.S bodily strength.
perfection!\ MANURE DISTRIBUTOR ness bo any business entrusted to their care in the All those persons, to whom we have particularly Notice.Q1IX .
ment careful selection and cla sifid tion of Ancient ,
and Modern Literature. has never be I equalled and I D A PTED to lobe sowing and distributing any Circuit Courts of Jackson Franklin, Calhoun and WHOLE: Ticxxra $20; HAnD $10; QUABTKXJ ; referred above to wit: sufferers from months after date the tmdersigoed will
I A Washington in the Court at Marianna and fever and caused blmalaria, diarrhoea, pe
Las been copied and imitated by compilers of Catalogues kind of manure and fertilizers whether fine or ; Supreme ague O sent his final accounts and vouchers to the J
throughout the country,.is now remodeledand I coarse, either in broadcast or in drill. Any cart or in the United State District Court at Tallahassee and "Certificates Package in the above Scheme will dysentery indigestion, loss of appetite, and of Probate of Ln eennty, a administrator oa the

improved,and will be. mailed free to any address I wagon on a plantation may be readily fixed for thispurpose Apalachieobu be sold at the following: rates, which i ia the risk: all diseases or derangements of the of stomach, estate of Oramling deceat. late of MIS'
February 4, I860. > superannuated invalids, person sedentaryoccupation
and ask to be .
po application. at a trifling cost Certificate of Package of 26 Whole Ticket $299.00 and nursing mothers, will consult county
Send for n Catalogue. TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE 26 Half 149.60
1 The unJenirne! & is now the owner of tbe State I their own physical welfare by giving to IIos- Jan. 7, SCO. 5-6m
It will be mailed free to any address, and will Right of Fiorid.x: for these inventions. The County SADDLERYAND .. 26 Quartf't". 74.75 tstter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial. S

,. prove an invaluable*tant in the formation of a I Rights for tbe following counties ban not yet been 26 Eigbth. 17.37 CAUTION.-We caution the public against Notice.

library, or the selection of useful and, entertaining I sold, viz: using any of the many imitations or counterfeits

reading. 1 Hamilton, Colnmtia, Madison, Taylor, Lafayette Splendid Scheme but ask for HOSTKTTXR'S: CILIBIATZO: SIX months after date the undersigned will prt-
HARNESSESTABLISHMENTS: and that each bottle has his final account and vouchers the
GIFTS ; 'I Leon. Gadsden. Liberty, Franklin Calhoun, Jackson STOMACH BITTIXS, see t Jodp
1 r TO BE DRAWN IW JULY, AS FOLLOWS : Stomach DiUI,." of Probate of Leon and for fast
The limitless varieties of Gifts distributed and I Itb.ir Washington holmes Walton Santa Rosa and the words county apply a i.
: really intrinsic value will commend them to all Esrambia. Class 328 Draws Wednesday, July 11, 1860 blown on the side of the bottle, and stampedon charge from the administration on the estate of .

.lovers of good taste. By buying in large quantities: I The County Rights for the above named counties o Class 340 Draws Wednesday, July 18, 1860 the metallic.cap covering the cork, and lam Grimes, deceased late of said county.

I'I; and for cash, we are enabled to apportion a greater: of this State with the County Rights for the coon- SUBSCRIBER Class 352 Draws Wednesday, July 25 1860 observe that our autograph signature is en the LEWIS GRIMES, Ad..r.Jan. .
I -
value to our patron than others, as one trial will tie of Decatur,Miller and Early of tbe State of THE, purchased .l label. 21, 1860. 4-4m
: I onvio. the.. who wish to test the strength of our Georria. are now offered for sale, and mar be had the interest oheI4ethe NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKEET8to *sr Prepared and cold by HOSTXTTXB ftSMITH.

iodntements. : by applying; immediately on such terms as to give. DAVID K. BULL, in numoers.. .. .10 israwn Damn druggiSts,Pittsburgh grocers. aaa, Pa.,usaseri and sold generally by all In.ooiNTAnf 1 a IO OO.
I. p DISPATCH i tbe put chaser a chance to realize more than ten times Carriage, Saddlery rand = 5 ----- throughout the United States Boutn. America STATE OF FLRIA.lWakull
rt.' Those who regard a prompt reply to their orders tbe money for which they can be bought. Harness Business,-*_ S 1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF $37,500. and Germany. }J
-V will be snie and send' cs their patronage, as the central I Persons in any of these counties wishing plantation so long kept by him, of th* titat*of
I r location of New York City, with its runny diverging .rights can obtain them by applying to me at this would respectfully inform r Prize of.. $14,807 217 Prize of ...$250 Sold by J. B. GREGORY ic CO., M. WASH :RM. SPENCER, adin Wakulla octal!. deceased

? ( means of transportation, give us unrivalled place, or my agent for the county which they live. the inhabitants = .... 4 Prizes of ... 7,600 65 Prize of .. 100 & CO., and AMES & LIVELY, Tallahassee having filed in the Probate office of ud
: advantages in forwarding to the most distant points.The My uriform price for the individual right to make .LEON and adjoining 4 Prizes of .. 5,000 65 Prizes of .... 80 Florida, and J. W. SKIFPKB New county a written suggestion tht be blienl th

business arrangements of our Establishment I and use the Plow is f 2 per horse for the Manure Counties that be will continue the business in all its i Prize of .. 2,500 65 Prize of .,. 40 pont Fla. estate of said Willum Pelt to .,
1' bave been so thoroughly perfected, that orders reivcd I Distributor (5 e.ch. 'I branches, at the Old Stand, where may be found at 10 Prizes of .. 1,000 130 Prizes of. ... SO *, 1860. 1511NOTICE notice is hereby given to all person ha vie g claim

.4 J .. by the evening mail. the next morning are on The cost of the material and making of the stock all times, 10 Prizeof ... 600 4'Z45Prizeeof. ... 20 against said estate to appear sod file the same wits

t, their way to their destination, and no orders are delayed I ready for plowing with any kind of a Uade, is about Road Saddler 10 Prize cf COO I 27,040 Pr zes of .... 10 TO ALL the Judge uf Probate of said county on or before the
four boors from the time of their' Jloclaways, Buggies, Wagons, 25 Prize of ... 300
Over twenty |!. This includes both wOod and ironwork complete. 1st of July. 1860, when there will be a pro rata fit-
recsplioo.W: I The cost of the blades i is owing to their weight Harness, Bridles, Whips, Trunks -0- tribution of said estate among the creditors of uid
I; : SAFETY_ and what the Smith charges for making them,whichis and Machine Belting 22,396 Prizes....,.. .... .Amounting to $578.l>6'l TN returning his thank for the very liberal patron.. estate. '

I- take the risk of all loss through; the mail, if I generally less than is charged for making any other' Of variety. And in fact, article usually JL age heretofore bestowed upon him, the undersigned H. I.HEDEROS. Judge of Probst
I in which every every WIIOLZ TICKETS $10; UALTEB $5 ; QVABTUS $250 would respectfully inform the public that he
tae directions are as Catalogue is kind of a plow blade being without weld, exceed. kept in such an establishment ; and he hopes by attention De 31, 63m'
act done by other Gift Book Houses. l'lon-'y.ent and to the sett. I still continue theCA.RRIAGE
I ingly simple, easy give proper I to the interests of his customers to merit a Certificates of Packages in the'above. Scheme, to
*n the form of draft payable (to our order, or fetters A stock with steel blade BUSINESSIn Notice.SI
complete a turning plow ,
:' continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed ; be drawn each Wednesday, will be sold at the following .
.- ? enclosing funds, if registered according to law, are scooter and sweep, will COlt in our shops here about upon his predecessor. J. E. PURDY. I rates which is the risk: all its various branches
ti insured a safe return. (5. The stocks without the iron work can be furnished months after date undersigned wi pci-
..i -A-Q-ZEITTS. I at 20 cent each. The subset iber would also inform his friend and Certificate of Package of 26 Whole Tickets $149.60 attbeOLDSTANDopposite -z bis final account and vouchers to Jup

4 Bonk Agents, and those d siring to become Sn.J I Every where this plow has been introduced it has the public that be still continues the Agency the .It 1 N" 26 Half -" 74.76 and hopes the by:Book strict Store attention -= of Probate of Leon county and apply for a final d.-
well known eelebrated 26 Quarter 37.37 _ the
and justly from the
should examine term ten books be told charge
our as can I been considered to his business to adnniatti o
in the same time that:one may be disposed of in the The Most Economical, Convenient and Efficient Wheeler Jf Wilson's Sewing Machines. merit a cootiBuance of a. Mary M.Townsen def'ue of said count/

regular way through the inducements given by us Cultivator Ever Invented Tallahassee Sept 24, 1869. 19Taylor's In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the share of the public patronage SMITH A.dr.Mrcb
to the purchaser. amount of money to our address, for what you wishto '" 10.1860. l-m
A of the most reliable and
We the most liberal commissions to great many intelligent purchase name the Lottery in which wish itinvested '
f35 pay yon He would also inform -
of Middle Florida have
planters given certificate of Cotton Gins Notice.SI
and whether wish Wholes, Halve or .
Agents you the that be
I : We ktp the most varied and extensive stock: its efficiency, and are of opinion that as soon as its hand and for Quarters, on receipt of which, we send what is ordered public of tins *
5f merits become generally known it will be tbe 45 and 50 Saw Gins on has fitted a room his shop fo taking months from the first publication o
of r Books and Gifts, and gratuitously circulate tbe Only 40 sale by HOPKINS MEGINNISS. by first mail together with the scheme. u a the undersigned administrator of the esUt.
t', snost complete and best classified cat pgue m the I Plow used being not have only the most convenient, but Immediately the drawing a Printed Draw. tkinglaOTOCB&.SI of John Parkhill. late of Leon county,Till!
coantrr.ty cheapest p'ow they ever seen. ing. Certified to by the Commissioners will be sent deeae of Probsts ofLeon
S BROWN'S DOUBLE CYLINDER his final the Judge
taken present
This Plow has the first premium in all the
satisfaction all who I with Dcciaaicrrrria and
We guarantee perfect to an Explanation. size. copied enlargedto ask to be distanced.
"- county.
,t" 4 may favor us with their patronage. I It' State awarded Fairs it has to it been at the entered South;Carolina and two State premiumswere Fair e'o SAW GIN Purchaser will please write their signature plain life size, either on paper o canvas, ready for a S. M. PARKHILL Adm'r.
and give the name of their Post Office County and painting. WM. KUHNS.
HOW TO SEND i Peb.18lSfO.
last Fall but I do not want to a1Blckmt.N _
; planters buy rigths sale HOPKINS & MEGINNISS. State. __
Orders of Five Books and upwards, should be sent upon these recommendations alone, I want them to FOR by (Kr Call and examine specimens. / ) -
17-4m communications
!t, 1860. All strictly confidential.
I. if as it is cheaper and safer Live the Jan. 14, I860. .
possible the
E by express buy right- plows -given them a All prize of $1,000 aDd under, paid immediately] at : otce.
than mail trial and if after and
by fair
properly making using
JOHNS after the other at the usual time of
drawing- prize
t i Money, ifpo "iblelllOuM be sent in form of drafts, them, they do not find them as advertised I herein NN. P. B. B.OKA W'S.
S as tmyn1tDt CAn he stopped if lost through the mail pledge myself to return them their money. This I Dealer in and Manufacturer of all kinds of forty da'LOur

l Letters enctoti.ig Money may be sent at our risk:, think is as fair as they could ask I A GIRTS WAimn. L1YI1Y A5I SALE STABLES,

provided they are mastered according to law. These A. J. PEELER, Tallahassee, Fla. AMERICAN AND ITALIAN Single Number Lotteries FLORIDA.

S precautions are simple, and within. the reach of all, I ban a Shop in this place exclusively engagedin MARBLE WORK TALSSEE.
inuring the cafe transmittance of Books. making and repairing these plows. Those purchasing CAPITAL PRIZE $50,000, THE PJrietorwoul in

S; J3y: In ordering' books, the title, in black letters plantation.rights can be furnished with plowsat : :oIq-VITT8, the
s. only, should be used. The 'writing should be plain, 18 cents per pound iron work 24 cents per pound, BOX TOMBS TABLETS HEAD STONES, and the Ntme, Post Office, County and State should steel work-which is less per pound than any other Yard near the Capitol, Tallahassee, :Fla.Qgr arge Brick Stables, at the old .tan..and is now
E be distinct to avoid mistake. plows can be made for in this market Work sold as cheap aa it can be had elsewhere WBOLK Ticxrn $10; Huns $5; QcAmns $2.50; prepared to accommodate his eutomen
e May 6, I860. 19- m He also has attached to his Stables,a good Blacksmith BLACKSMITH BUSINESS ALL:ITS
F send for a Cnfrjlojerje. (lel;).4, 1860. 7-to June 80. THE I
,.C Direct all communications to D. W. EVANS |7* Order for Tickets or Certificate in any of Shop where he will have bare done all kinds of will be earned en .hetofo st t.

;S & CO.. 677 Broadway Hew York. WILLIAM P. SLUSSER New Blacksmith Shop. the above Schemes to be directed to Plantation work Horse shoeing and Carriage work in OLD SAD, by the undege
March 31, 1860. 14-Sm I WOOD EDDY
.4' TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED HIS or, WOOD, EDDY A CO.. St. Louis, Mo. patch.November. patronage heetfo 1 lbyezee

Nathaniel Hamlen, MAWTJFACTCRK or COPJ'ER,Tn' AND SHEET S_ II 17" Circular containing Scheme for the month 5, 1868. 44 Jull1,18n. WI.
HENRY HICKS. = will be sent, free of by addressing a* above.
,i : COMMISSION MERCHANT, JBOX' WABE WHOLESALE AND RETAIT fromth.Monroeiloua.toS I expense Carriage, Buggies, and Harness !
The of Wood A Co. Lot.
Cf Drawing Eddy BLC-'iG
t. No. 38 Poydras St., New Orleans. DEALER is PLAIN, AND buildiogadjoioiog Shop of Mr. E. B. Clark tories are published in the New York Herald, New For Sale fcy P. B. Brakair. -

0 opposite Mesm.Hopkins York Time, New Yorker StaaU Zettung aid New Subscriber just received a tic* that he )has opD.hl'> V
. Stove Head-Quarter THE i
Ihrzu TO- A Meginois where ne i is York Ezpr. S lsrg5supply of :
Ex-Gov.Jame E. Brooms. t A SPLENDID assortment Cooking, Parloi *** to and Clre. LrrxaT SrABtxs, where to
now prepared perform Buggies,
,; }TaUahsassee, Fla ** H.whh ""
S *
.th. and Wood Stove,trimmed with neatness aod Camsf
Gen. It. A. BhlDe. all work including FULTON FOUNDRY for sale the Pantat
o r.b.&
j I .&. B. NOIt1, Eeq.. P PS t NewPort. Fla and durability at reduced prices T5 Eorte-Sluning, Aeintrntted ., November U.mol 11. 4 -.

B. 1d.Spencer Ban.. rj Out Door Work.Roofing.Ornanieotsl to his charge, in the best manner and des TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. HORSE SHOEING m the very best 11
I L S John J. SneHir.g Quincy.Flaf JOSEPH H. ALSTON. and will use endsavor J
j patch. every toA hn
S .f Gen. Wm. Bailey Jefferson county, Fla. Front Head Sheet.Guttering,Copper March 10, 1860. ll- m Sentinel copy. JOHN CARDrFropr1eor.MTEAM ( DETY.DR. SS done with dispatch, and to i. 1;
S S ; J. G Putnam Esq., Madison 71.. and Tin Conducting Pipes, Lead Sheet
': Augustus Steel., Esq. Cedar Keys Fla Zinc,Lead Pipes,Patent Cistern Pump Shop work -0- P.B.BJ
3 S Daniel Bell,Esq.. Hamilton county Fla. of every" variety done at abort notice Just Received, ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse power, Jaauaryl,1859. I .

miDgton.Eaq l ThomanID.. Geo. City and Conntry.ITlcrchanu. Per Bark MosdUy from, 2few York. O built to order,of the beat material and work Notice.qlXmonthaafter
be in New .
man.bip.ancl aa cheap a* can purchased
" s..u. IJU: Eeq.. r Are respectfully invited to give m* a call befoie -
J, S Jack: J.Marsh, Esq. DuncanvQle, Oeo.N. elsewhere. APerfect York or any Northern city and 1IddO'Wn in Florida. date, the uenip M"CO
S. : CIGARS and CANDIES, Saw Mill, Grist Mills,Gin Geariog.b.. accounts
for sent his final
- : ...!O. 1858 47 N.B. All articles manufactned from the Casting '
QT very Love Cordial Raspberry Syrup Ao..eonatantly on hand. Sugar Kill from Iz to 18 of of Leon county a *"*".
best material and warranted durable. If e other art T. J. OUR LEE Pbt
Rose do Lemon doPise foklrinedees11'1said
L GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION I II inobea in diameter always oo kand.or made to order. tor estat.ofV. V.
will be offered for ale. his o
-0----- Mint do Apple do Some beautiful pattern of Iron Bailing for graveyard WOULD re grateful acwlet. county, and ask to be diediargedtb'1 vH.
October 80.1886 41 of
Anisette do do A'
Strawberry *, Ao.Jobbing. Be & LLOYD'SPATENT
Orange do Cognac Brandy, 1841, work of all'description* executed with dIe and East Florida, for Te patronage April 7. 1860.
ft SOUTHERNPatented Notice.ALL Kernel do Champagne Brandy Deatnes and despatch AH order addressed to received f than daring pa.t..n or six years. 161 _

S person baring claim or demand against -ALSO- .John Tallahassee, Florida, will be promptly Ho wi e the practice profession -
I :JLic: ) estate of Bartholomew Holt, deceased, A large assortment of fine CA1TDIE3.: Apply to attended to. in of country, and baa made such Notic. .. "
,S late of Leon county are requested to present them, March 17. 1860. IS-tf C. ){. WEST. I arrangements with mana&otnrers of Dental Materials Q DC weeks from of t
qc Dee. 87tb, 1869."TTTE property' authenticated, to the undersigned, within OST: Term C
the timipreecribed by law or they will be barred; /t.4: D teeth,in any ol modes, a from fifty t bate of L county let of admit"1 *t'
4 call the attention of the public to our new rrUNNO jkM4M dollars thaa la usually charged 1 descs1 '
L aDd'an those indebted will make payment imme- & SpeoiaiTotiOe. < tbe James
, V//y PLOW, feeling satisfied that it ia the most diately. W. T. TAYLOR, Adn'r. I 01)1 .lO J the same ia the B(b.nieanewbst be say*.)andguarantees saideounty.WILLiAM BLO1

4, f S4 convenient, valuable and economical plow yet invented May 12. 1860.a 80Notice. w I TTAVIKO purchased the ratereet of Josepk Cardy them t as 1B BEAtrrrrvi. and May 19. 1860. n-
I ,aDd must when it ha beep tried supercede all e- l l in the Fulton Foundry M well M all aceonnt can be pot op o Sooth. _
-I ( others. This i i. the opinion of 'experienced planters' a- $ FACTORS { due the concern,the business will hereafter eoo- I'C Those his o, by dropping a '
ft wbob&tsezaminedi ik We are are prepared'to sellpatents I dneted by me. HWM indebted will pleat ,some note to D e Madisoo, Fla .otc .
4 i ,and call: th* special attention of the public SIX Monthiaft4r1iefiM publication or this no LID I forward and settle their &eeOuaLe. hart th* a-J &
L that those "iebing may secure them soon The plow ., \I>e lIOjJersiRtcl wiUpreesMbinalacooeat .JOJD( CARDY. intrforiL d a aNOTEi given by m fpy

; i can be seen at Lloyd,and 'we will leave pattern ud TOQ s>|pfxw J4*W V 4ecrcbstaee.&smdy ff (G BntrralKORTH((omaiuiou $krcunb, J&nnary7186O. -ly dr Tb* P.MeLaochua or bearer :
$ distributed at different place very soon. u executOr ot( the estate cc-A. L 'Fisher,deceased, Koomber roeerfdesirsJ. thooooaideratioa JbrwWehi* .given.i

,HONEY A LLOYD. late of. said podntytottabto| be discharf ed. COMMERCIAL WHARF, FOB SALE. I will not)pay U except ecinpilimsi pnf.
Jan. 14. I860. -tl it.tALPEED A. FISHES Exlr.ApriVlS C. F. HANCKEL 1 Fellow I Jsoe9,1860. 24-4t c :
S -
y Notice. S 11. IL TUNNO.ChuleatoD,,8. a A tbe outrboiklinga which: an very f I TRIE BOOKS'l of J.Jf. .

A LL'person baring claim or demand against N o'tice.SIX E. W. NO WELL, J pleaamntlr aitnaUd oa the principle road JL Xe.o .due that DC I ote 'r t

I A. thVastatorf Alfred Bryant, dfcwased.UUofLeon month* after the first publication of this no- '. '- ; '. and Bear_UM Depot withm a tnr momenta -&_ eetati &! The books andsocowite S )ON' p 0ibe1}

S 5, county are bonified' to'present them. to.tha nndersitfoed the.B d rsignd.execotor,of, the last ,Will IN the abeen of one of onr firm,Messrs. D. C, walk of tbe Capitol 11_then- will be b subscriber until the and,5tietamiot. de I. ..
S .._ WELL of water.Fimt 1st of txxt Joly they witt be tnraedower to .I
: within UAtima.prescribed by law or this ud testament of Arohtbald: Graham, deeased, late A Boa ol7'-l1.1. Fla, wiU represent! oa aa excellent good Leon eai .Pt.
and all os, receive and advance all Cotton designed for Tree, 4whieh make it very eonvetueot and the Sheriff with '*mctieas5t4cU .TaktdnaA *wnjty. h
1 fn arof their-recovery
notice will be plead > ; ; >f Leon oooaty will present hia final account such to tLsj J p
e indebted sT5TM ted,to nako paymentImmediately. trtcntor, to the Judge of Probate of said ooooty aid us. 1LUTUNNO A NOWELL desirable to one that mV wish. for a pleasant airoation. notice de&gat'we.o.ediizry' .0 toAe

JOTOT A.. McnTTOSE. Ad-n'r. nk to be discharged. W. O. PONDER,Xxtr. S Ctaa ltDD. S. C. CALL LID au it ,JOHN BOWMAN.TallaaiMce a .: 8PXKCZR; Zxt'r.s.wportMarehfl4,18110. May 1 b 1860. -JOI
Jan.'is. 1860. 5 GJ" Sentinel ,Fsb. 18, '&0. S ? 1.
PS S Msv. 5.KS?. H t" April It, 188'> 16-Cm. copy. 1 C

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