The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 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: UF00079928:00411
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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TO Tin: profrssitmal: ; flub aiiucss ((arb s CORNER DRUG STORK AMES & LIVELY, I Procaedings of the Sate Conventionof Rft9hed'Tb, i if the Dell fir coy fatnre Con-res.*

-- th Constitutional Union sha'l! rats |hiss directly indirectly prohibiting: star*-
Constitution of the State = -- MRS. ALLEH'S.HAIR RESTORER 'WHOLESALE] AND DETAILT1LLAHAS5EE rv in the Terr.torien.; and the Supreme C. "of the
MILES N sfl-& CO. : u aWOODa Party. llmtcd States ulull iir I hire such! (law! to be O nlltit.t .-

ADorrto irr NINTH mXIILSnfltLT.. ZYLOBAISAHOM, -DEALr.r.S IXDJe- VEEnr, June 27th, I8C9.Ii nnal, the safety and hcnor of tie Southern States
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TIFALERA ix 1( *or..II1CO'I'.tl1! |"TP\'MUi notirc the Conalitolional i will! requ'recf: il.em ex'reme and decided mcsure*.
'. II IMMUFLl: ,1 'osnUTJDI.F. Uni ,r party of the Ma'e of FlonJj.] mt n That in an exigency *o important no party should
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"r i'kM-.x DRUGS, |2& .PAIXTS, HAIR COIXJULVG BACHELORS; tAm D1i: Convention in ihe Cuurt.huu->rtnt Q.:ncv, to- < :T1OV J. It- ; "1f-1..i l. fjt ,
: i-u nnd Haute 11 ,.i.Vl.K-k A. M. V of lite people of the State should l b.called decide
Ji.. .( /iVyr.-wv'fr'l'WI nf tl-: c1e fJ FijriJi i. MEDiriXRS) Hf OILS I I1\lmY. TilCOPllIlJl: II The H.mwirase! to'ml."!, Pr T. Y II.'nry. I end adopt such mea'ure-a* may be necessary.Iltsolecd .
y. '. T'! .!.:(*.;& ft**ei'l Tlist tie 8th section 01 I '
good asfortment of T"atL' hail with; V
the h..l ljinJ} 'I( and on hit mot nit tie lion AV. Niei! ">". or J CcI ; confident hopes of iln
tl.10 s-1: .;:> i J i.c! CoB."i.ttilion: of tins Slate cliaH ;! I beneficent *
infurm ther nen.'n the rise DnJ ..f 4-
and tie public. ctlntil.u: n '.1 I. 'r.f rl.* ".> Ou.-ti ...,d ai to re'uW:ai>y Junj.-e I I.r WOULD:ive 1.1 11 1 Po ad.cs c$3 Oils: ,I who ,. I Mitntional Union Party," with but
t on i: i urod a- >rtmer.t off uc upon itLi j.u use CI1Itr.: hri tlv!. !'v rl -d to the no platfvRU the
.r f 'i.,-rOnrt.. < ...inc..I1..r I! or Jud.e I f t1.i I' rticles AS are irei-erjllj !kept in their: line of busin t f ur the II ir.Gr.l.n ol>jct of tIe! II.< ,eu.n1 .n.1 l I iH.'r.,l I In ihuikgfor '.Union. the Ccnv taiion and ihe Enforcement of illLaws. -
#!IS''. '. I n receiving n-rular'w: :. fresh upplics.. TLeiiernm -.-- -- ----- the honor lU'IIIH'lp.etr.IIJ! cuiifrrr, d cjon/ him. king to ible to pre!ei ve the Mil V
th' ''jlr..me1.'II.t.(:.lD -di.r: .>r Judjeof tljis Sta'e, I': AOtTtlliT of } &TJIIDUT\ biluved iiturinn, nf
shall be rel"ol1ahTal1nha.sst'c. -. ll I M"" rli. 'I1I""loId 1. L'.irr.r'.t. B. G Pi male, \VmJ common country, and the
,>n ili t.. .'-''.' '"at ':.. I2I !. '* an. lier! aa I differ I E1s. Gunn com-non lirriia e out
ej} April) 11th 1853- 14. I. and Jesse Nuf''<><*{ were lmd and ip- tloriou"ame.
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l p.;."ita: Oi..l A.-.tsj'>lr -'. % ,1 tii* Senate I>T P. L. WARDEN 1 he hoKinerfi .,the Lod* was rrmIy! opened with i i'y tIle nomination of John Uell for President Edward -V
ti c ,,','it'itinosil wi mtj Januirj 8. 18l19. )Pfl:fed;I A RE now receiving n large and fie'h kuppfy <,f devout aiulfi.rTentpra\rrt hy tile U. S J MilliMti Everest; f>r Vice-President, and recommendthem

ti.e 11 'u-r '.' Hr|'r'#eHj4tm-s I.! tLo conctiluliotialmaj.n 1 CALTR: II 1 niO"EXK. Lard. Keats P'I.t an.J TM'K Oil. every variety aiticles kept by Druggists.nJ Till roll of c\nnliL-. WoIS then call..1 and lljjlujuvv! as worthy in all ie!pects of tin ;e hiph offices ;

it/ J&aB. rj 12, 1 SSS.J] i \_ IJn'<.f d Oil. (railed and raw.) r i, .'m'is, ru rsIcIl.ivs, in! nns\\rt'J. lianiimc in thrir en-di.n'ial : LeJ.iT.rp:; ; that their tlcttion will give quiet to the

1aftics (Cloths: du dry llarninj Fluid rnp''IIf', 1e V oilurn. mil always find et tins establishment a Ilocnnbii, Santi R.'. i, n.t,},. 1I..lmf.851.- country hy set'uring' t-i c very section their! : equal right V
ACT t. uronul' tl Tib srcti,' of tL. ISth arlir I -- -- .. -
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AX t - -- -- -- full 'si.j'1'ly' (SI! every ( ; IH. M--U m % < it.> n ConMitution!
ort!. O.'tJlntH>n (,f this State. l| LA\OIINO! EXTllACTS cf ailIJFuikISIXGI. ft lil.rrsL l terms as thy e.ui f ti. hail m any Southern WauilaC!; :.Jfiecsou.: : J;,': of: : .'I i JIi J.Ir.lumbi : .
StI'Jln Sllrcr Fine Plated ilseueson. in ; ;.
Ware participited by ex .ov. Lrown G
V SirTF :< 1. I'f it (*,(.' J"."> tie Sfntlt and Ilamt MarVrt. Orders l by- Mail or oth -rwi8i! promptly attended :. Suwaiiiitc, Cla> Duni Putnam, i>t Joints! I
_/ /./..... ..t4tV* / ':' ...1ft *f HoiiJn ill Gene G'L" 1l LlC :jLI !l' D: .-- -- -- --' to ansi tilled with the same correctness as ifpern aril :\!.-.cI.t:1. Cal.Wilk! Maj G. T. Ward, Maj. J. J. Tn*!,'rwood an.!

*al ..>' .,y!! >';, *;'/. TUt the ?tL MCti-Jiiof |hll'li ,AlLn".rJ'. FIVoEIni. ..\N*. (latme., Ac. >nally pun lused by Customer To Cash and On motion of S. B I-ove, Esq a committee consisting The Call Convention, E..q.. w ss adopted( the by the Convention rule and

: arti-'. o: t1 C..l\titcti..n if tii SUfe lie oas -0- Lemon by every Stcataer. proirnt time I lover,, va feel cunfidi in sating we nf one member from each delegation was appointed adopted majority proceeded .
the nomination ofean lid.tes for
iT>"' '.1 I to rea,I. all lialoiii..rlu'J.: Ranks si,nil WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. can give them eatire s.itiefectitin. Our OC'K corn- to examine and report upon credentials. The t<> G 'vrrror ahlorgt's.
And Oi the first bell Gen. EDwARD
be ]IIM.M', ia FpfJC.(. mul tLea--: 'tithe liahm.IIr. 135"Ordtr*for Hair '\ art from over ZOO detiyns. FRESH Cliocilate, Cocoa. PuriiiO. rri'Ai fjllowinz: ccnt'r: men composed the co r mil tee. Cungrcs-nan.. of fIscal rtccived nomination t for Governor
j;. I---:** tf f INn1. (ixclu-ave of dop>$it>) tHia11 March Starch B rnin S IS60.
luE wln'-h!, made
aiinimous acclamation
r.' n > tu i* xeeed dou!!;'e thd no >uit nf iu capital ___ Tapioca. IJjrley, Sas". .. Medicines \ arnisLe, J \V Smith. WjLn'Ia'!! ; Jo:nDj.!ler, Jiff'rson ; Luwird was by ;
-- -- at'l' w ic'i HOT B. F .\I.L: of Leon, was -
- -- I nominated
---- DJVI' J K I l vilwn Pu'nm
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( H. BERRY :UCI': Cr-tm Tait-r, < C.rb. f, Coryr.- a'lamatiun.!
l'Jt'r; : ; : f d tLoe Senate l>j I -ip. 8. Perfamcrj. IJormnff FluiJ Dr.J II l.JI1.pla, : : '', S't J.'l.-s ; 1 Chare LTOT ; TAI r by
P.al l S''h All in, >:.I'i Ire. J ("..Ir.'Iillrr1', inr tIle nominc
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*i-nil r .I I '5 ) 1'4d : V.isJiChsOu:. : G D 1.5 Santa R: Vol
tbte "" 1': 3' : '.: .1 nary .l AuctiO end Fi&iu', CaoipSiine.GLus ; irr. neer Commission o. ( .?p, I I t'jeir: *.,' ; h.' UNI and in short
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thn' -'c 'ri: ;r */ CQtl1 : oils', Ware : OVl'lIirtll.! uiiice" ;
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r.1; _1:4.: : ; O V.-EDISU Lr.1c111eitatarstly: ; heist *m' SuIr Wiisl.whla' A 'i\; isnV"ul'on ; J J I LuJ rwo J.-: !:\ n ; .
en t' .
.Ir'.r ronftrred tlirin.M
TeLLLnLs'.ra: : ', t. 1 r.r =, Fine T.x.'th cj Hair Minuhis4ured Tisbarues, I W \\ P''. \\VIi,-::,>i- : -I L Doztrr, (C.Iu-.iu ; S lee'"'me i> upo" .
: t ei.i' 1 i.i i'n'iwa of tie II MM iht I t':" 11I1oi.: J A -' A aclici : Ij"r G or V. 'ra ir.trolI'd te: r'I.n; resuIjt
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Ste44 :.a.p..tf ...HI I ".. !P(1 a.ti 'ISMtStf tUt I \ni. U. MrDQI) & i's., O IIOULDilP. BltA-. J?, 23rcat krufjCOn Paint IlrrIiC, I in. Havana Spgars, L .' 11..1'.1., Clay : F Y Henry, i-roUI n. I' .i::11. pref.'CJfi; the sa ic with: n *pci It of mtrLtdRtti'rcd.

(.f'iI'ral I.,-. Scrgienl Iwtiurnrrf, SI 'Kine C'Jie ts, Oi ttKitnm ol' It. IS. M. I.ithl:>n. 1'*q a Lalf! I IIlUur. 11) II n.! :
: .'*. Sf .' if"t !rIiing Emission '. : Tli: 't if in t'ie: r:'t:: ft lie coTiIn:
TTivuT .
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f: V : 'V :' -- '- -- M.f; < d t" llanta ion air! F. oily use, nc<'s! \ at'un rra inltec
.' l: ; .. .' ;; ..,,' fI( Jr.f it Ele- LIVER OIL. nu-lttmi' OMvtted Cran-l UHE WINES i EEAXDirs )LLIOCI1IAL m. bt rttirr to I","->i Ii r tttd prercre i rr[!. Sal" tlic'ton t'ie! < ;Itct.ru! po-ier .' 1,1 remain
f-Vt" .f" ,. ... ..,.(1 TII\t Ili.j vben e the Ito. 102 IIASSAU CTHEL, i ...!: !Iy J. U. GUEoOlir CO. purposes. At the rri.t.n or that tiiic thf onrri.tin IT.ISca. i.h n* W" uHb',?M otc \\\rt (>!<"! .nt! In bestow that .

IIVV-: ..1 1 I'I'.t :v." tl.lt be rbureti bv tli* new. YORK.. _. --- ---- ;;i-d to or .,'r, 4icl the miiiitce through! their vote in, the? final (Y 'rt m t ,.ppar'yn -iiI hut : South.
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o.'- :: .... Cft .<.uli"re. 'Ltt.rmc.lw GOO OUNCES SULPZ1 QUININE. Clur-n.n sOt't t,' tin- f..O\\io! 7 r"I.t| : cm tit.zei.f : ant toLenaw it i.i dItch a manner t.mlY *
jext! ',1; .n,1 n:1.: *L. .! .y .J tW fir t election AtlvertisemrBU will L. received t' nLore for ru l>, fJ E 1f. COO D S. H. LIVEL7. Ga:'slui ((oii.it;. }--Dr T Y II -i.rj. S U Love. Ju I nvt ttfiicit; :a"y: frause b rfefct t u{ ire Hick!

11'. :>r t:1I': ,nieii1eI C..t.uiti n awl rm iocetr ; and Ilflion: in tl.is paper.ABff. --u-- I). II AM.. 20 (/ f\\: "", K 4' Ix.ve, P .\ S-oeLt-n.: C G Pimple. M I I I Kep<:li!:csn i:' nil it. for PrcsiJeat! and Vice.Prtsi-
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Tj"" i. .....4turj.>' .Jl f' :1 i 4.9b.yntntcmtwr u. IAPT. -- SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID ,'. CJ.ard Love. N I) Z V tiler: V* .) G'unn, oiu'.on: 'h'! -' ate.i: at I I. r ;ti.wcsfiH3ly! ( : with- 5 V

T" "i >...:. .* at .1.'. ..u. r Ihaca as tsar L< j>ic- --- itrcifPAY Anrnrn MERCHANT .T J- Dr) Jas Mil:ij.in. '1 11 lio-i H ( onIrv! J"''in Vit.,",,, drawn nv she anther v the! ,rtam of Mr. Hoclhuc.! .

I ..T 'I",. .' "ff ; OAl\I.PHENE: : Calvin 'anip!., I I'!, C"Jin: \cPlier. n, I K II M t Divid- The Convention then priKC 'ird! I to make flume oftioiri
& ARCHER '1&rll I ecs for EVetr. with, t"1" f.>l'o.vm'. resuli : J.
-: '. Ct i! farf; en- '1 Tu'u the C prcccn 'nu *itnv.In J AiiwMtfr ..rclioI! I i \c.1; 0I1. Edwar I
fa',v' P::1':' be t. "eo:' i.r lir.t U O n ..-::11':1:1' ....n1'f' I. .'-.ar (rut aiIa.i the r 3.O 7 3 A .( (., -.. h'i I IFtl I I eats by AMES A LIVELY Slulfirtx! Mclvcr. Wits II CiSison.! C J...". G Erq atternatfVik.! (:.il.: J.q: "f M,)lJ'erirM ( '

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V $- i j 1 h 'te!: qii.ee .te tit -itI'wi'Ve I cw COLLECTION OFFICE, REPARED rsr-refsly for l'u.dn! Ice Cream Smith. I
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.r H"IU" i".I..lotati *114 n. (et.in1iilI 'lEAn Cake Pi.iih.-e M.ineCus.arls.) Pics Poriij i Ac .1.ffi'rlltln-.J! n..iI\ :
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.. Tie If' i atte-id fipm-ptly In tin I *-..11.l! 'ti'ii (4'iot GaJ..Jf'n.1 fjllowini !liif'nm wrre UIIIIITV.IU.iy; adnpeJ ;
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; ..j 'Yo"1", :l1: i. ?' t!.-lr't.4 **f<"<.f.li Gi-trf"- I IIS --- -- -V --- ---- -- a g..! -ral assortnn ofREADYHALS r.y14. I8::) 20White j I war .
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V ibi:. ; ('.'_ foIrp"-er l, Tr_rt" l *nni..1i'r!! tl.i Z V VnFkTrz Piick and !rr'y -il5. t..I. I..I I Shirts, Mc- Lead II AU'on I K C \1 IX\\"II. II F .\II! n. (his Fa:rlnnks, I lie. for tSvpv co-irtpoiis m .nu,'r in wh.cS lie len- V
t.. ";'' :2. ir were; p-e,::. I:h1"1'.alMA i i' IC i f' '1.-1 : t\ inn Siik cash; O>.,tou I nb-r toss. :t, C".Mir: Half EXTRA and Xo. 1-Ground in pure Lin- I II L Rutgers, M LeJnt'i, T I 11 Bitt.,n. J LDcrni.N: .!ert'.llo the C''ivrnt on the piatuitcus use of his

II.. ,0..1.i .it IM* t rni ui du."l tit t'I.t"'IIa.. lb .f. U\! e 0. A1* Ac. PURE Oil, just received and f>r sale brAMC3 I \\.1 j l.mrtnceanj Alex Cr.ini..it.c.J I Prct, and fur isis pol.le:: afcntiuus to our members
t..4 V S.. :..,.1.1 t t1P fit"1\ ."..t tm.:.. tp: n.d..j I DRY GOODS PHOriSIONS! ;>f" Hr wm.ll U-.e tluf ",tot'ot.j.r rrtumlnt I V A LIVELT.Ma I -" '-. "Dl IJ lUi.h. T.l I : % Vli;'(.r. I, Sir'th: : gem-rillv!
*-,..1.t 11.m. tltali fOxI..1! t tn r"il -xi,'** on tin- tint : h.iii.s In Iii< old t.sn.-r.: for liilil>.'ril pnirons -" 21,1 Sit 21 I Vn 'u-i Finl.ijHon, Dr S M Aot'ivir. A G L II- !!, : .,*!'.f. 11"1" tlie (',T.-" .{Mil .. arel:crebytendtrvd

ii ". V II CKtibr *.sv.te.fi Jn..vl-... strict at- ---- -- --- Iltiiry Pope, II J Wation A T Praiher, .) TIv.. to tli!,. Presll.nt! aril .(ii,..r, "f tliCoivrniion : -

*t,V' ;'. Jf u (agJitr .HfitrJ. Tint Le fir
!sfr !..."IQI."II1f'1I: cnd.r tLi .: tll1 slullL (;r.OCEIUSXRAL.. tame. JOSEPH WEZER.3lardi JJ I' ars. Sardines, PicVl'il O>'tter ,Brandy Peaches !.r. John (j.susuon: John! Harvey, LCGr.ntiudWJKnccr they have d.schargid the duties of thur re.peUivo

.-- <> i'-,' rn tl.* i".t ?4.wi '11; ia October. eighteen I $. 21, ur.:1 Pi escr 'ed Lemuns, Oran!e'. Pine .A pl'l." and I ; /. ,ositioil5.
nY"n.b 46
!II;' i,1 l .nJ ,U'r' nn.| the Srrt w""iotI of the (Je!i. ht. JS5. -- -- - --. ---f -- Ginger Green Gage Marmal ide. Lemon Syrup Rasp Santa RG D F pII.r.! Retailed. Tint nil the papers of this State are ro-
-- ----
ra: .tt-t-eiiibly taler: Uii! aaiei.detl 1 Oi-sutution fitjillmm : j Just Received berry d.! ,.. Stri,'lxTry J"_ I'i.epp e d.-, and GinCer I Libertyolney! lln aril. Jos Meathim J,'ephSlirplicrd qu"stc4 to publ.sh: the procecibncs.' of this Convention. 1.
.'> .,w oil te:: third Mon
yea. eiI"IIM) litsvlrei! aivl ixty one.Src umrtm'ntofSTCllLISn SiLVER Haddock. Halhbut und Mj.iJ. Assorted l'k'lctl. -S T OverUrvft.Walton hav.ng. given three theirs t.ir U :; and Evtrtttthrr,
C. Ci ii rHJ Ii.t',. HUflrt. 1 liat the irt!ion. ofili I STATE FIRE AM) 3LUM.NE I NNHUME\ ( CO. AN ci'rs. j :Scotch: Ale and !Porter. -A McKiiiQon, and :Arch Caiiilieil.Ilatiiilt.in ] l. cheers each tothenommrt S or th'n Convention andiirif

t..ro..1 l A,*i'tiili1f *I tli no* extent oter thirty I n\xs\LV\Ni\ PLATE'ARE and BRONZE CLOCKS direct 30,000 Havana Segars. -J J Underwood.Washington I for lio! eiarjbc! and d siinjU'shed: President!

ciTt in H'Tat'on; une-t! It c" t.ti.tional m .j.'rity oC SURE ajaiust loss b% ri:1': <.n the izual l terms (ions the manllfl\ tctl'r.. '. AMfo i LIVELY. -WV Poe and A M Skipper. I Lx.Gov. Thomas Brown .
tee iuerokei chill dein it rxji,.!iifnt. No jnemterrial I F. II. FLAGO Agent And a fresh 'suppl of SILVER SOAP for cleaning : May 21, 1659. 21 Columbia-J L Dozierand F McLeoJ.Escambia THOMAS BROWN, PiesMcat.THOS. : .

rtfr::te pay fr.im the 'tatef>!liis 'PIVM-I.. after Talllllll@se. December IS, 1858. 51 Silver I'I"h.Jrarf'. at ---- -- --- - -A \V r\iei"Ii! n, Daniel \\'iiiiams andS I B.

(h. eiptiation itt tl'iiir la}'. conlinuoulj from tie WARDEN'S Cod Liver Oil II Wriglit.Alachui Jesse J. nAIIEFooT'l I Secre 1r.es..

con''( -ic,'ment of (lIP sesnin.Rrr ) Edward M. West Between KirlolI"Y' and the Rutgers' Buildinj -John A Emtierson : \V. J. Gu
V 7. /f ii'/';"nfL Thattlieart enlitJeJit : AND ITRE of the celebrated Brands" Clay-L A Uardee,proxy for Clay.: G. Pal\

: -' to *mpn.l the C..n-tit..tiot of this stat ?o as I It. AUCTIONEER& COMMISSION MERCHANT TERMS CASH_ I II FRESH Clark t Co. it Rushton' I l'ra"klin-T Y Henry, proxy. I -__
e.i'.e i he ff'iotis of the General Asst-mblT Lien- _June 2. I860. 23MOORE'S For i;le by AMES A LIVELY. I Taylor-I. A Church and E Vann, proxies. From tlit Scvinnaf Rtpl4"litu.

a .1! m.t.a.II'.r aouual t 1M" and the tame i Irrebja' TALLAHASSEE FLA. I ) : I __May 21. 1S59. 21 Which was received and, concurred in. Suicide in Camdtn.-Jeffersonloti, Cam Jen '
'rijrjteu alkl jinnuU-! s<> f*r us th. came i is inomti'fnt :r..o rPT attrntinn !ion to Coti'i nroent to bisJL DOLTBLELOCKSTfl'cII I On notion of Wilk. Call, Esq, the folWinj! conrnittee Comfy, da., June U.-5/r. Editor:-Last
: ,ith twe'pru.i..i! of tlu'i, itt. care Ilooirs next d.x.r to Ames t Lirely's : RECEIVED mipplv of Mrs. ALLEN'S i ua: appointed to determine i hicis for the apportionment -
[ll'.&?ed the Howe of Keprc?ctativej by tfce Drug-I- [Dec 17, 1S59. 50 Family Sewing Machine JeST Restorer and Zilobalsamum of votes: to the 8l.'nr.1 l couutiY (& : 8a'urll:1yJ: J 2Gth, tbcte arrived a man

$ iiMitutiAiul fuujnnty January 15. 1S59. Parsed -- -0--- For sale bv AMES A LIV ELY. \ Call, LCOT ; S B Lire GadsJen ; L A Church, from St Marys. lie was a strong. hearty

the) t-ftmtt by tLc Constitutional raajoiit/ January POST & MEL, NOW IS THE TIME I ITO May 21. 1859.!\ 21 Madison : J W Smith.! Wnkulla! ; John Bailey,Jefferson !loo'.,ing man: anti about {five feet six inches

V 16, 1859.J get the mot desirable SEWING MACHINE ; Gen Edward hopkins, Dora! ; J E A Uavidson higb, and called Iaims..lrntfirst'Jr. J. S. Harris .

V. COMMISSION MERCHANTS invented fu* f.imily use. English Linseed Oil Putnam ; Dr J JI Randolph!. St Johns ; f B and afterwards J. S. Harmon. lie save
Roulhac Jackson G D Fisher Santa Rosa Jos -
Orncc or TUB Sscr.nUT or STATE, ) 61 1'oydras Street, PRICE $40 CASH ; ; I Lc came from Columbia! S. C., and was a .
Pl'RE ARTICLE boiled L Overstrctt.
and raw. For sale Shepard liberty ; S'twannee ; A
Tal'a'ias're. March 19lb. 1SCO. "J r NE"VV e B.LE.A..NS. Liberal deduction to wholesale purcJiafcrs. A by the Cask or gallon. Campbil!, Walon: ; J J Underwood, Ilanuton ; \VmPoc. I I Practical: and CiviL Engineer, and spoko of if

1 t reby e rtifr tie tonkin; act eutitled An AMES LIVELY.. WasLington J L Duller, Columbia ; S II | ha ng some relations in Florida. He stayed
1 d tn attend the f th icli...n of tl.e 6th article of tie Read the following and then call at myofiiee in
May 21, 185J 21Compound Wright Escambia J A Emirurson Alaehui L A here till
: ; I Friday, when, soon in the morning,
: ConcUtution of the State of Florida." An Art to REFRTO the Capital l (Southwest corner b.iscm nt) and see for -- -_ _-- -_ --
Ilardce, Clay ; T Y Henry, Franklin ; L J Vann, I he left in his shirt sleeves his coaLin
: amu4 i the 7th section .f the IStb article of the Con- Messrs. Thomas J Ptrlins
: .'itution of tbii; State" .. .\ti Act to amend tIle I, It. llarrid d Co. Quincy E. L. T. BLAKE this stage of the precccJings. on motion of ex- his room. Nobody knew hero he was goner

: amended On-titu on of the Slate of Fluiidaiurel Periham & Palmer, Morticcllo Sole own'er of the Patent for the "MS Jt rB7 HBBITTERS JI& I Gov. Call cx-Gov. Brown wa appointed permanent until one o'clock: when ho was seen, by a

: tin to the ef i. rn of tie General% Acsembly." to Fard Deifliam, St. Mark!, May 10.1860.1 btcte of Florida. r HFAE are an infallible remedy for I President by acclamation.On fishing parllying in tile river. The alarm

; S. tm and correct copi? of the original act on filet Nr. Jane Filor KeyVet>t, I. JL Bilious and all dinner*. arising from a eeranrcd! I motion of Judge Ransiahl,(!lie acting secretaries soon spread over Jeffersonton, when a few '
t tbi oce. Atlanta, Geo.J. TJoLLAm'i.t. FtomnA, June 12, 1S60. I i iA
Miesre. McXauglit iprmcnil, condition of the digestive Or :1n9. Dyppepeia, Debility were male rermanent.I I little below
and found him
'Witoees try* cfTivial! einature.5 N. MtKinnou & lTbowani11c, I hereby tate that I puiehnied from E. I* T. Liver Complaint Lov Spirits! Want of Appe recess was then taken until o'clock:, I'. :1. V gentlemen a
F. L. VILLEI'IGUE 1833. Blake of Moore'a! Sen Machines. I I I JtlTersonton, in a sma'} creek with his throat
Angus: 14, 83-lT V V Kcq, one injj tite. Ac For sale by AMES A- LIVELYMay FIVE O'CLOCK
P. M.
Secretary of State. __n _________ Judging lions the encomiums bestowed upon it by 21, 1858. 21GARDEN cot ; the cut was about four inches long and
__ ______
f& TIlt J.cV,orrille Standard. Tampa 1'cncu- TJEDICAL NOTICE. those luembcra of my family who understand! the The hour arri..ing.lhe Conventon: met. one.and.Q-qaJI inches deep. He was taken
Jar aiM Marianne I'utrwt will. publish for fix mootlis The committee appointed fur that V
use ot such thing, I would suppose that said Machines SEEDS. purpose presented held
; And forward apfotmt to the Executive Department. J. D. TAYLOR,... S. BOND. cannot w.11 be surpassed for simplicity of arrangement Gov. Brown to the Convention who upon taking lo eifersocion and a'i inquest over
p March :4. 1860) 13-Cm and beauty of etitcS. Gr3O'W'tJ3.: Of 2.85O. the chair as Presiding Officer, addressed a fY his body. On his person were found a pocket V

--- -- -- ---- Drs. Taylor & Bond, HUGH A. C03LEY.J brief and eloquent remarks. hook with n sketch of come part of Florida 44i
: riSX'S r TEXT "T7" are now receiving a large and well selected The committee apportionment, through their
iMKTALICI.01EWOOD dar Cifk f buucli: of
: / about' C, : (> : keys. no
TT.\' a 'o .iated in the (raeti.- Medicine. Of- ; \\ .t.n ri iflviut of ,%.> EURIA OASES: I J I. lire nt the 01.n T-.n .f !Hr. Taylor. r
V 'b.hlnlosse.o. l'ebrirv: I $ I'). 6_ ___ I lay' I lwen" usipg for c'me time on';Jof the "31 -c-- c and am j>ati<5nl that it IS one of tl;* bt i
9. UuvJ S, Kscamba: 6. C-iIho- 4, .Frjnklm 3.Ga I fond til": razorilh which hacot.imitted
body was
In the fe'ptMontf "I. : the! reate-t 1m
labor nmchmes in i tate in oar < ( care
6 1t ;; : .IE 'f N AINSURANCE snvmi; it such. ue. an pleaitire lien oV'cr\ed ; ..iml a* a r.ld'r!: |.rtruli. n, tli. vi .l-(Icn S. Lilxrty 3. ll.iniilton: 5. Ut'rnlln.1. 3, I thi rtii act, !is slick stuck in the V

COiIPAHYOr reeomnaendiog ai tn'u'if fi. See !1. i j. {'(':rn"v! t. t.-il I If.,re 'l"in! lld'sbnrognli 4. Holmes 3, .Ia.k..n 10, Jrff.nwm .t, ground and l.U Lit ot: the top of i' Tho
) -- V otft-red Leon 8. ]>"iy tf, Mti'.s, 8. Mar.on Ii;, .Monroe 2,
( ulc tl.at }
( : K' : I'lIrt'h"r* may epetid iflrtttiig i his
IIXISHED\TEST PATENT, HARTFORD.Inccrpcr SO&lSfJE:711l.0.o C'W\TT. FLA, )! ( : those thjt are Aesj! and! of the most reliablednra.tcr. Nassau ?. Oran;;. 2. Putnam 2. Santa Rosi 7. :t. verdict of tii' jiryae; that he ca-nc to
1 V .Apiii 'tl., 1JCO. )f AMES A LIVELY. Johns ?. U..ptHJkuila. 5, Wnlt-m: 4. Waihinjt' : V deatliliv suui t ', C8'IIit? tt.kfl0Vn. His whole V

I i fir,T''it and lrr."strrc.'wt' -+- This a to .rcrtifv I hire one of M.inre'g Patent Nor. 20. lr?. 47It .n 3, Liberty 2. Clay 4. !L-ifayette 2, Taylor 3. i chtractctotdla.. r wiih c\cry ting connected .

: ,V P'TPLY of iu1: "i?.1.>T'f .ein1v on Lr.nJ :id ic isn.-Chsrttr! rrrpctnal.CA&V Family Sewing II i.ll'hht'e.which I..as bern in uc eii l.L _h__ __ ____ ____ The report was received and adojrftdOT with: this: affair, i is n peat my -'pry to tnifcommunltr. lII

J V_ 1 h- T. .f. 1\VVI! >. U -- : Hesse have tu::
t .J.i.r. 2. 1SCO. 2->-l. cloth. It hm done! nil the sewing cir the fiimJy p'o->ppir"l! ti l loet fair \'ice.Iiesdei'ls, whieli; rc- I -
-- CAPITA Z.,-5: ,(OOooo.Il .. 'ted in the f't-: "tin fe! F. V'. VcL, W.T7it .
------ and made all the negro eltlic -will l .w willi any ChALLENGE BLACKING is the sj ro. d T M. e 1''

&30. V/altoa Knight kind of tl:read. I can rer nnn',!i.i the llvh-w; to""\ MASON'S: ..i.iri! :utiele .f t'i' k'd 1 n use. White, A W r'i'islis-n and Jnl-eTho H.1nJ..II. | H ------ .
V 8U1tE AflAlT< W** AXD WAGE RT.TIKKOS1KM I person that wants into, a! bemz n. a- <-el l in any in It |.rs4V:5the D>"ifn ,hi.', it M L'td, rnak.sthe no tunau-d for llieoffi-e, hy It. II 11. Dindion, Esq Assaisiitrfi M J.tpar.-The report I
> Tl> \ i{
ATHUJXKY: & (ronSKIXOU( AT LAW, AM: ) CONM;.T TT"iil" It1.%% S I u.:-. ALKUED RAYSO11uV'ir I l"atlv'r "ft and p.ub'e.; : : nnd thjs prevents its Mr \Vik.1: Can movtil ihvt a committr of oiememhvr of the asaatwuathn i.f Pri GOITAIPO In

TALL VII.\ss: r. rLOIUDA. OF tXHIFESSATIOX V critkinu ; warranted tn retI:n its r rtves in all clini4te from each: county. represented, appointed I Japan, brougiit! l Iy tlie: oveiland mail appearsin .
. B. C. LEWiS, Asraf.For br the atmosphere! dry or ra<,ist. warm ore I lit report re"o'oM: CT'-:" it 1l 't.. .\tn. Atel! \ 11 Dr-.; StoreS I-- the Alta Califu'nia of Mac 21. The laagunge -
Tallnliasae and( ld ; cud 11\*. f>r R q"i/irter of a century, enjoyedthe Rr'atint' and hi approval of the nom nation of JOHIBni.1.
'. iciuit.r.I
iln 1 h
,. I tG0. II i good I I'4TOV'Z7ccc1 15. 1.._ __33 ______ L II It 19 a moving mirror..ml ad"rn the palace of the I\It'lou..l. for t'.c! Pnlli.ltllI and Vice PrcfiJcncy V The Prince Goitairu (wii-> was at the head 'pI

WiLL ( .T. W BBITAED, JE. great :1:11 I cheer the solitary: )hut of the !Knely backwinNNinm. : .,the e"jtt''t3'u ; which was agreed to and the oflha present Japanese Government.) was"assassinated

FO1V I ; (.lh.ang; g.ntlrmen app .intc Call & Brevard on the 15th of Marrh. He 'u.
Like the Sun diffuses it! genial fluenccs upon E C Love. iadsdfn ; L A Church Madis ; J W "
SPUING AaD SUMMER ..a.ttcxiaoyz.t La.U, I lIeo : L-nivi l>'r'oj nfcm K-fnj tiityzrdS all sorts' and coo'iitionf of men and challenges their Smith, Wtkulli ; John liaitey: Jvff.rrnn ; KAatari going from his house lo the palace! with hi. -

T.LIdJlSt'EE, ILOHIDA.HAVIXO nlwnvs pr,' fnt" UO with th* same wttial tlsnucnt. esteem and admiration.For Hopkins, Duval ; .TEA DatiJ.'on, Putnam ; Dr J train, when! he was attarke by fojrtecn: Japanese -

3. f end .fives rf course the Turr J-'T.WDJCD.' An.nlvie sale wholesale rofj retuil by II H'"lOlull.h.' l St Johns ; John Crunwrtie and Wilk I dressed :as travelers.! His u-t.cue: Led:

. SJQO a'"ciated tht-mstlve in ther.rnetiee I the lilood; of n per&'>n "w F Tinj lri>ii Co-KUTlption, Mar 10, '60. 11 AMES 4 LIVELY. C'i'l! lyon ; It LsroithJapkiion ; G D },.Jer.San. six killed and sewrnl w,'nrded.
; PRATORIUS k CLARK offer their proie*onil sen'ices to t'ie lAter Complai-iT. 1) """ : Srinfula. tie., and we ta Rusi ; J,.ft MMc'i[ 'm, Liberty ; L D Ovrrstrett V !
public.! Tli'T will j'rneti'. ia the Circuit; Courts find in evcrj instance certain sle1ejeneiei! in the redgobtl Sowancs ; 11 D McKimon, \VaUon : J J Under- The nt'w was brought by the schooner

, f r 'I A v I1 0 ui i Ic'j. the 11 id,lie Di-tric. the Su|'renw Court and DI.tli ("s t>( BIuix f .pj'lv hf' .!.focil'nci.11'1 : DISSOLUTIOX OF wood Hamilmu ; A M .Sk:pncr, Wa.hin< ton } J L Pore, Caj,t. Moosuo73 which had arrived
-t"r. A -t Liir CM.rt of tin Un.trfl; Stjtes at 1'sll-thnece. ttrr mate! welL The BJ.OOD rooD HinJist Oo-Par
:s norship. Oilumbi.i \\jIIJimi.Escjmb4a
r the JOH Dozirr. ; J AEmmerson from Kansgitva, J pin, i i. t\\:1IJ.nir., n. :: { 6i5 #l C 7i"Z" t 5f OXce in Rutgers new building; orer npon this Tlieorv .Vcrce it* n>ro r \ Rail Koid.Frb | co-pnrtncrsliip t f CurrU.lax.a! is this I ; ; being the quickest tm> on'rrl.. She' mod
V8ern Tnt
- Cloths iJ1WJ r .15It South -I l' to. C I Tnere defieience are FlVi I'rrparnltOMSac'aptedlothe. : S due sired by mutual consent, and al l! per- Franklin ; E J Vann T J'nr.: j I hive left Kans iwa about the 21et of April
: __ < t.f the DUxni iu difK-retit itcttt*. For The ( then ;
,indebted said firm on"lntonas ajJrt'SSv CtD.
ors to call lit Hop
I to !
are requested t
Cl:9nn rcr q i' # "libGrUE & ABIAKER C 'ujh: C M Brr'n<.hiti,. i.r uij aScc.in whateverof settle th..ir accounts by note or otht-nri to D.mi R; kin anJ WiU. Call Esq.On The Alia Colifor'lia has not .1 word of comment

. : 1 tho Tfroit or Lunge iiin'ii' 3 CotiMiiiplicn. we MAXWELL who can be found at the old stand motion, the Co-ivet.tioi: ; then adjourned until 9 I upon the story, and publishes it simply 4I

;..,. Vcatiiige, "-v'- _J1- ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS 1, Ko J.of which!Appetite i is alec and tn. :No.r all for f"rrHinnf'ro.ririt Chronic Complaints, I|i iLofs of and the w h-. alone is authorized to close up the t>u ioe! I o'clock Thursday mornin: :. as Ca.b. foolnot'ST.8 report. '' t t.T

Spring Coatia tjs, .ATLA"'VV', ari
Drilling RIarscilies, Vcstings, o.c. conerallip in ttA practice of Prrg'ratiffl. JCo. 2. for Liver Cowipict! Xo. 3. for --0-- I Convention met again; tul mornLv.' \ .. __ i if of ibe rnwrnroI ( tt
. W.,; -Ji tlit-r rre prwioJ tn Mauic4t'1re! to Order! HAVE A attend pl'Of.H..ual l busicea Dv. pep ia. Being slready prepared for n\Jl'nrptiol\ [ TTAVIN1* sold inteifft in the of f Wa called: to order by GtT.: ** *' g *"'*"" I1'p ?f fthuaaeasiztip'
nnd will tnrlDCr liip !
tonj niy I is tcfcvi. Tie prrntijatt"thtflI3'tiottLe
Ilt 't f 1.- >;:,. it ill Taken by Drops and carried: iir.racdintelf into f Throch their 0.r' \. Japan contr:
.t.'t notie* ant 1 in the ra"t FjeHoaib'.eITsn : entrusted to tbur are.. CAKUELL 4 MAXWELL to toy former ... 1W iT'c.'?. r the 'l' '')
,. the t ircnlatioa. so U.at.hat TOO salm you re1lir1-| ; CtoTejmciL '('tin 'rjr 7-
I )
TJ : J exeI-e as irtetent ofjg D. P.UOGL'F.... ..A.'PERRT AMAKER. The No. 4. b for Female IrrrguLiritieii, Hysteria, | partner. D. B. JIaiwelL !IIB will! continue in the I thZto CI OQ ._ *I*1lt rt.t'5 presented \hl' rO'.-.J. t' ** '* "" **V 'V <**$t'sWe t
asd Youths Clothing t 18 same business ; I solicit for him a continuance! that "ptttt tasmudcgd.
J.Iayl.V185S. We-akn .tie. See 'i' for this. i
(pecMldiiec >n For 'h'ht "
J1J ih
patronage so liberallybestowed the late firm ." 1J' under the at ie al "rI + .
I Salt Rheum.Eruptions. Scrofulous.Kidney and Btad- I upon Cow'Jo: the f htf8 | .
ANDBURNISHING S' ollt: by our friends ad the coaamaaity generally. I! <, the Federal Union; Sovert the consul! id -ieiiT) 1I5ii4-'ltt'd or
George der Oomptabts take No. 6. In all cases the diree I tin .. GOODS I COUNSELLORArL tioos mast be strictly followed Price of the BLOOD I! May 5. I860. 19 W. C. CARRELL. 1 j I rowet's expreMjy: or iropliedly (.ae \lb 3Hin. :: 11 j being i in his gwrV.'vit K e1 Hrwkftrt C vt VV V

.:.1' .V r eale, it the> l loWest Living prices., They re'Ksuiait I ATTORNEY & ; FOOD V fl per bottle. i ,I RecoZre4Tbs the-Sule* tile cqv a' ill tl.ir rj:1-at, IV IansI i the morning of March'22d:trM'bin allproJi-

: a c'd from their old fiieud aodn : ;1' C Sold bj CHURCH A DUPONT.V I For Sale, privilege uf the PII.OII; and 'lA' L\', re ive : "-r*.,nt their ohl .tAnd opposite the iL nneIjieti "*" No. 40 Broad'aT. X. Y THE HOVSR; I r-.u. C'Ife.moZee I ability ).
V V 1'ALLA UASSE.tJ'LORIDJ. .j '- "Bv Ants & LTTELT .i"bv A5D LOT MONROE ,. Tlal tiie Sute itve"rnrtM 'eri'adcDnaplaitiing c.fc5pr.f'.iO'lV txtis'.r.s. Pt
.\1 Pier.V .. : : T Haba!ee. an all! re- -1. fiwt ., nj.t"r eU'wnn '
ertrjke State !*k. ._. P.JW occupied br.P. B. BroVav, j'L1 '. rlorh in the : in tb> ttte tt: of
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.- ._- -- I -- $oilnatlonsare [For the FloridUn J : : Edward r.verett. I
Democratic :
-.1- UM National .
ef all It is rather amusing than olherw i.. to .
t.&lk'ofa fasten New York RecelYCa. The African al Key ye II; e
There tome
1haNa aaWIIt ... I element opposed l the election of the Accounts of the enthusiastic reception of the nom 21 C"BEI TWO. many excuses and palliations thrown over the ja.vrecord
of the
the political
passing t
I uri.bianournaI. 'that'\a manifest apparent desire\ nay determination exists e"tt to Black Republican nominee, but whether I will be inatlona of Breckinridge' and Lane continue t pourin We took a hasty glance at 1.iuI11.e in the last of Mr. Everett, upon the gmt and 'it.l|

are really Journal. Since then Issue of the day. We have tusders'wsd ;,
Tn Democracy
the Democratic consummated or not I Diitmion question.
_ -- kites the plea npon '
w -- o although We hear of demonstrations ia conceive it wonderfully in magnitude particular almirr in the Opitln l Iw-
It in i 1. disgruntled at the waking ,up. .grown
.if TALLAHAeX: : of Florida, and of the South generally. ** evidently prp1I. '
party < of where welust; expected; them. rIdene. and importance. Up to that time we were not w.l his abolition proclivities have nJ"norrl t,,
I -**- that such a position damage theprospects pretending \ it papr places
1 .um wU it boasted that of more than fourteen hun break their effect by placing it npon the gronoj '
I. for was every of tie
instanc,4where, aware
Li 8.a..T11BD..Y. ; LT ': 'e.o.: of which cluster thickly) around the 27th nit sap: 8 I presence "
bow .
1 Hut difficult
IUe learn mie! .
scheme for giving animation Democrat dred of those in our SUte.. W'now youthful indirtion. : t .
The J/eroUhas a t're"turt
when in tree light Iquter.
: DEMOCRATIC NOWlf.A710'5S., 'It ltHar But placed -t and e.rne'Wl1I dni.e the Presidential canva BKLOUNBIDOC i* Rnoni ISLAND.S' that the number ha* been s..lled to two thousand t make .truth a liar" they" ha'e yet tot\ ",,

t" : : this plea will but add lu.t to the arma of Democ in this State, which we trust willcommefrd itself*o Tuesday. June 26.-One hundred and eighty; mighty lust to be cared: for out of I Had they have reversed tlie pr"i silioii they wo* t

FOR PRESIDENT' : racy. The charge has emanated from the position the favor of the parties interesfe Seeing'th uUr, : $.P\OIIL.a here,Un. evening for Breckinridge the: public treasury. of the U.S. In view of the.rapid -" j have arrr&lo) nearer thtrt. I .hi&t.no

HOX. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE) of the Dmo upon the great Mi vital question hopelessness of any one the adverse. the Herald .fed Lane. increa already made. and the It probability fact that i in. 1826,.5rirei: -eli'rd a 'p',.ch
hate head against Coss ICTICTT.STAnromo n '
\ adopted making l
( State Ba15)1
Rights. \
o y ElectoralTicket X : of I ,which shows list aV.'thif period he hal
: 1VLITULT4 .- them make up' A joint stock of its continuance, it.,become* a question ni
.. the "Virginia resolntioaa of and '9V, and the urges t thus Tuesday June 26. One hundred guns
: {
1 the rate principle this I U to hostility : B'ul-abolUionUm
and run I on pro and Lane this afteraoon, the last importance know where thing i decidl. ,

.rp1.JOSEPH VJFErR1PtNT tA :, rf'p ecompanyina Ai; tfww the ,mariner.1 true when theory tossed of I Whole the No of Eeetora popular Votes.z:vote; to be of apprtione.Ion and were.fired It.ns for Breckinridge enthusiasm prevailed. end. A quarter of t a million 'YO appropriated by raised .. la\'rJ .', \l was lot until

GEN factions for their common ticket, as follows: OxaTicKR is W STta-( NEW Yoat Congress, it one fell swoop for the maintenance its that it was n t\ce. In \ 'Itlul elemtnt,

: ',, ; ou oSo npoa the billows of the boisterous deep looks to the Douglas vote be . .175.000. . 20 BUFFALO, June J6.-A salute nf 105guns aad aafe conduct of the 1400 buck to their native I In 1839. b"l'er. Mr. Everett, laying ,.1.! |M1

S -- ---*----- bhtnwrmM as a guide ano chart, 1 we, when political I I the Breckinridge .. .100,000..12 were 1ea.y.hee to-night, by the friend of land Of course, line they hare nearly doubled youthful indiscretions,. took his stacd a a man

.! FOIt' GOVERNOR : excitement have carried 04 adrift, refer t the Bell A Eeett... 80,0..3 I B/fcklnridge and Lane. in number we may expect another appropriation whose Int.lect..a mature, whose judgment sa,

JoaN: J.WJL'rON:: : ,. those resolutions as a true exponent of our petition. I Should this coalition State b C.ne. wi; and eoul this "NE Jar roe THE NATIONAL DEMOCSACT. wm be called for, and ind.ed. we can hardly see t fully runed And men of the South, what 'I,

N umOl( COVKTT. and cltng to them a the client anchor of our hupe haves common animation and interest" to our canvas NE.uK. Jme 26.-A salute of 100 guns were in Congress while there is a dollar I that stand T First, that Cong had the power-
would give an tLe friends uf John C.Breckinridge any use adjourning
-- the Federal and State fired here la evening by

taigas governments.re
week and in bound to ilartry
FOR CONGRESS: S rare.ly qmted. \ left in the treasury. Almost every "e was duty ahllul i* fjeDitlntt
will not
vulva in their proper orbits, long as the General We trust the high contracting parties Northern That Congress had
1 versels fitted out in of tl.1)
; R. B. :aXLTON: : Government abstains from interference with the hesitate. Their mutual hatred is intense; but ti e r THE H>*E or CAIEB Ccsnixo RErl! hear of the sizure of Cow1bt J
or LOVOV'.TY. for I common impotence ought to suffice to overpo*er it June 25.-Tbe Democrats of New- ports for this trafe. Some must rscape and make power and was in duty bun.]t aboll'h ilartry>n)J,

1 -_ rights of the people, and Culfl. the misoion must melancholy fun to set themselves up in buryport KZ''Bt"BIRT.fired one hundred guns to-day in honorof the outward trip, and it i is more than probable will Tritoi,. 3.1. That Congress possesses the rigU

-Democratio Meeting in Leon. "'liel it was created of "establishing justice, Ii:- li rate b rank mtrel. for the pleasure of rattier being the nouifcation of Breckinridge and Lane and be [licked np on their return. I that event it will and should prohibit the athniuion fany iN Sr..

suring domestic tranquility and promoting the general \ in fact enuring CimplimtfWiry to the action of their delegates t find in session, that Slates into the And 4th, that Ceprfu
Democratic Meeting will be than the If on the othtt and Baltimore Hon. Gushing and E. S. be very desirable t Congress l..io"
A the bowleri
I ;jSgT welfare," just .o long nill the Democratic I .0 would lweJ. ] forces in'O Charlestor the bill be readily footed, and that there b should abcliih tht Start trade kt1n ll, &oMKow
1 hand they bring th.ir motley William, may
.- held at the Court-IIouse, in Tallahassee, \ party be formed of Union men. But upon the I'I line Though they could 'not choose their Elector, JBECKINRIDOE n NEW HAMPSHIRE. no stagnation in business. I the name of commonsense we appeal to any memlJvr) of the opposition

for tlic other band, when fanaticism triumphs and the would stand a good chance-in view,of : know where the difference betwtea, Mr .
rjn Saturday, the 28th July inst., they very feuds in the 'Republican N. H., Monday June 25.-The National where did Congress derive the power to legislate t I Eferett
great objects for which our Union was "tbU.he the smoldering local nnd other Dna received the nomination f Where derive to and Mr. Lincoln, the abolition candidate,
t of ratifying the Presidential ranks--of running in a part of their State of thi city ( for Africa 7 pwe squander upon
purpose .
e foils in the general wreck of principle and patriotism Lane with the enthusiasm. this of ? Can Mr. Lineula
will not.
the which Breckinidge greatest the common treasure, on are slavery present
nominations of BREKIXRIDOE and LANE Ticket, and even carrying AlsemLy. t10 que.ton
"hen our Union instead of a blessing becomes have a voice in the choosing a States aol a salute was fired in honor the nomination eent. neither can become citin'l'oC the United State ? a record more objectionable tla this? f..nJ

f" and the selection" Democratic candidates a curse, a masked battery by which our dearest Senator for sir years ensuing. In that ease, we Ex-ptesident sectional Pierce pronounces would interesting to know whet'.er Southern Republican however -black he may be, tulxnb*
Hunt will Dooj'a a b
of It
from under the mockery of trust the claims of ex-Gov. Washington oeGaUT
the It is earnestly rights are stripped ns in accordance -witli their
't for Legislature. hand in to tenets more
not be He has been standing out in the DEMOSSTBATIOI l:ALBAST.AtBAxr members hare a> yoUng an afr.tit t fni h

hoped that the Democracy of the law: then we trust the Democracy are for disunion. cold a overloke. Monday, June 25.-The friends of BreckInrMge appropriation Ifso.it no doubt makes a principles And whenk whneollJrf.'li tocc I
whie. tea
I I County generally as well as all others And. aucb we hope, will be the .position_I.. -of-the tvided -entr. 3'- The"go chem thus tvf.rr. tn...' _Luk *** aid Lane In this city are having a great have abolitionist smile t behold a victory to easily won sion ba Mr. Everett enhJ "UI iota ufthii

Ant"1. TribuHt evidently dreads, has been advised by more jubilee tonight One hundred and five guns in the traffic of his matured conviction?
.._? _...,.*" ... w-JrIaw niUl UB 111 tile The over Southern principles. Iniquity
among oUr1. i bopleu than the Herald. It is and per been fired-one fo every vote that would ask the Southerner to We might come down to more modern if
papers plu.ibe Africans Is all they time
will attend.
present campaign, effort then, to fasten the principle Dlunlon. under and Lane received in the Convention.
fe.ibJ There is little doubt of the fact that admit .and it would be enough. Once yield thai '39 is considered too remote. In 1S36 wlitnthit
:MANY DEMOCRATS.: all eheumlanee., npon the Democratic standard hap EXTBIBIASM 11 S. Loiia. -
to of Lincoln in New York are greater diabolical and loathsome abolitionist
other that is tenable. to Sumner de-
and there
,is improper and contrary to truth. le ST. Louu, Monday. June 25. The seceders are point, no I \

Democratic JTItctlnz: In WakulJa. That there are disuuiomsts in our r.nk no one in lumbr than his supporters; and it ia perhaps holding I grand mass meeting here to-night t ratify subject raw Africans to slavery is a sin,it is.not the livened his abusive harangue in the Senate, <]#-

equally true that if united on the basis suggested, Baltimore of Breekinridge and the South in the most unniearorril
the at claimto
nouncing ml
There will be a Democratic mass meeting in the to deny. But can they not be found in neinaton less so t hold their remotest generations; we
the pretends could prevent the State, with her immense Lane. The Buletn office ia brilliantly lighted pp, educated and therefore to unqualified terms, Mr. Everett wrote that h,
eounty of Waknlla, at New Tort, on Thursday, the of every political party That they are thy bannersand have bee religiously ,
r.k and co\e-ed flag, transparencies.
I 20th day of July next, for the purpose of nominating confined solely to our party, is a position that cannot I and ontroWng influence in the electoral college, A salute )f one hundred and five gnns is being firedin be free of all scruples on that subject. I once convinced "fully concurred in the main lint of arywn,: ,.

candidates for the next Legislature of the Slat be maintained wilh any regard t f.es The from contiib:King t the triumph of the Black Eepublicans. : Lucas Park; and Col. Preston United States that t hold African in slavery was a sin, J/r. Simmer'. tpeeeh.

Minister to pain. will be serenaded at the Planters' for the Bible than to But Ictus come a further the
I of Florida. Opposition party of our State have members who make we would have no other u e step tc rett
I House this and called out to speechin
et ening When
I Jane 27 linT PrvociuTS. ..i consider the election of LINCOLN as a sufficientcause jniunesota Congressmen and the Baltimore fnvor of the nominees. The enthusiasm is fullyup prize it as a curious old historical record. Southern the Massachusetti Emigrant Aid Societies

for a dissolution of the Union. One of the Convention.WASHINGTON. to that of the Douglasites.Gov. men have been too much in the habit of approaching transported numbers of the Abolition scum to

We publish the proceedings of the Constitutional great leaders of that party a man of thought and June 25, 18GO. WISE DE'ABE FOR BBEISIDGL: this subject tenderly ; of tailing of it almost in Kansas with the avowed pnrpose of dring oi.t
Union Convention, hrld at Quincy on the 27th nit. To Democracy of MiHtoa- S'
tu themselves, though they men and when were out
commanding ilt.1tt. has taken this high stand It is a source of heartfelt congratulation to every whispers even amongst 'ttt they carrying
as a matter of courtesy. FeflowcitizensThe undersigned temporarilyabsent Democrat A. AN ise has pronouncedso not than half satisfied that all I iheir heliuh of Southern
before the people of Florida. In a series of com from home take this method of declaringto true UIA Henry were more was rjjut purposes butchering cit

From the proceedings as reported things would munications, able dignified and Instructive, his you their entire and cordial assent in tbe platform promptly beet for Breckinridge in the and Lne. -'Wise, and is i if They have been too much in tbe ha1,'.'.. whin assailed zens, and Mr. Buchanan ordered out the army to

appear to have gone on quite smoothly at Quincy; convictions were announced and his future course of principles adopted by the Convention which be the stump Virginia speaker for the ticket, Stte will sweep by the North of begging the question by preserve peace, what did Mr Everett say? That

tut we are that this was not the case- nominated John C. Breckinridge for President and sumr It leaders of themselves it was war carried on without the slightest
', inf.e marked out; and on the occasion of the Opposition before it Both of the great throwing ou law Of inheritance but cii
Lane for Vice President, and their
Will not some furnish the public with Joseph Jetenination and Hunter are for scttl&ucnU"
of those
eye-wile meeting in Tallahassee he very eloquently assumed to me every honorable effort to secure their Virginia Democracy. will enable now that they ire beig driven; to the wall they proocaton again
: a full picture of the scene, especially on the debate Breckinridgi', and their united nfiuence abolition tool* Do we desire more? It the face
the same In his interesting! speech election in the coming contest In this determination b thoufandnitjbrity. will have to mr.Ve themselves be heard in tones

: following the introduction of Mij. Ward's and other upon that occasion gund compared the pcssession of and these efforts we invite the cordial c ope him t carrjitJie. Old Dominion !twenty that .n 0t be misunderstood. When we beg of of such facts, how any set of mn, true and loyal

rtsolutioi i ? ration of every Democrat in the State. to the South hold Mr. Everett
this government by the Black Republicans to the GEORGE BECKER, A. 1L FBIDHT ..0New; : JEMEY pox BU:
The Fourth- In TaHchaaaee. boarding of a merchant ship by pirates.! lie would A. J. LIOUTOY L FBASIUX STEELS, S vral prominent Democrats from New 3rneys1tedonr herself of the advantage given her by her immense worthy of their confidence and support is in"re

The anniversary of our country" independence stand fighting upon the deck, and i overpoweredby HENRY M RICE office yesterday. and we lear:from",< sea coast, we may be a little in advance of the age than we can comprehend.The .
Ihe of the northern d
t was duly observed in this city, by a fine military number, would crawl to the magazine and apply The last signer of this card,(Hop. Henry}f Rice.) counties that are Democracy(or forUreckinridge ten to one.r. They eastern express but if so, we are but little. I has for several years- Inreig people will decide the issue, and
will be
Mr. Everett
a display on the par of the Tallahassee Guard, unJer the match that was to rend the structure into is the distinguished democratic Senator from Minnerota. the ntmOt ,n carrying the State been an interesting subject both in England and at as sure as inn rilu. placed

f Capt G. T. Maxwell, the Leon Rifles under atoms. He would stand by the Constitution, but We heard him with his own lips pledge fo ou ticket Against Lincoln and BelL The vote the North to know how labor conld be obtained, in in that quiet oblivion which he seems 1 much to

t I Opt Aa1.r. an.l a detachment of young Cadets when overpowered by fanatiricm he would fire the the electoral vote of his young State for Breckin in deti in 183$ tras in round numbers: Buchan- order that that Southern productions might keep desire. FLOC1A
In a
from the State Seminary. commanded by Capt N.W. train. There a re many others that might b namedas ridge and Lane. an the U.000 GT'ernor's; frenint.election, 28,000 Jatyear; Flmor.2-,0.Opposition pace with consumption. That question has never Sketches- of the Candidates.(

Eppes. A large audience of ladies and gentle taking the same ground. Should we on this i a i Tote had increased about 700. and the Democratic been answered t the satisfaction of either. We
The Maryland Frea OF
\ men met there Companies at the Capital) .where account accuse the opposition par. of being disunion The Baltimore Republican, after hesitating for a 4.0. Breckinridge will poll 40.000 next could say what kind of labor we would not have
and standard-bearer
and Our
after prajer by the Rev. Mr. Blake, the Declaration lt T We are willing to stand by tbe Constitution day, has finally conducted to support Breckinridge fall bt everything to Baltimore els. Huyler have come out nearlyall for and leave it with time and necessity to furnish the young gallant is

of Independence ..read by private T. n !long a it i carried out in its true and Lane. It : o te delegt Newark Journal hoists tbe kind we would accept' Peon slavery as it exists in no ordinary man. At the age of tiry.treyears

Barefoot. of the Rifles, and a very excellent oration spirit We want the Union as it was eltbl.he says Mexico would not suit us, and we-are still more he was called to-tbe second position
r "The undue of Judge friends to ticketSKXATO
.delivered by private W. D. Blo\hamof Guards. -we want the substance and not the shadow. I secure his nomination.anxiety has Dug1. t act in CUNGMA FOR BRECKWHIDOE. averse, if possible, to the Coolie yetem of appren- under the Government of this Republic ; at

The address ..appropriate to the occasion and attachment t the Union be a claim to support such a manner as t preclude thousands of true The following is a .pda despatch to the Tribune ticing. There is then but one resource left us, and at the age of thirty-nine, be bad the high

t the times, and elicited hearty expressions of gatifi- then the Black Republican party have the highest Democrats from giving him that support which : that too, the only one we hold to be l legitimate to. ba
distinction of chosen nominee oft
under other circumstances they would most gladly being
cation front the attentive These MM-ice for Union From indications Mr. hare African labor. is the kind dare to
audience claim they are pre eminently men. But have In number we find present DuJla..m wit : I only we

were succeeded by the presentation most beautiful God forbid that any Southern party should b .cre ta. Breekinridge .oarle.Joseph hardly any that orpDztlon Suth. lil prfe risk on cotton, sugar, or rice plantations. I i the ,great and invincible Democratic party
friends in retreating
f t Flag to the Leon Rifles, prepared by the Ladies willing to sacrifice their rights t maintain the Lane stand fully upon the great pl.td of the in scores. Xlr.Icton Clingrnan ae, who has stood every up ro him only kind that can live nader a southern sun while None huts man possessed of all the elements

of T.Iab.ro] Villrpigae made a felicitous Confederacy. Our rights feat, the Union afterwards equal rights of individuals and of ad that among the last here wi tin adhesion to Mr. extracting southern productions from southern soil. of greatness would be a"be! to hew hiswajto
the of the true Democratic
k I presentation .pell. and .happily; replied Such we understand to b Democracy. they are and the epnent the Democratic States of Breckinridge .tD the North Carolina Convention It is the only kind that can always occupy tbe same such eminence at so early a period of life.
''H! t by Opt. .mker. .0 received the bcnner The Flllmore 1ZenlnieevYork c. we shall in the coming contest give t Lack h.ImlnaUon since Mr.Fitzpatrick Others are withdrew.seekingetcuses fixed and unalterable position in social life. As one Breckinridge has been a soldier and served

p behalf of the "Three hearty gushing cheers colD tem our influence and lorprt" & of tbe colored races he can never become a naturalized '
J t* Lincoln. THE HOSE DOUGLAS aaronD FOR in Mexico but his cLIef claims to celebrityrest
) were then givea fo the Ladies of Tallahassee by When Mr. Fillmore's leading the Buffalo The Baltimore Ezellf9' ha als run up the flag .01 Jane 27.-One hundred and five nmGJCmAOO citizen of the United States. Asa free negro he i* ,
the Ui'. orgn. of Breckenridge and Lane, an,1 1 thus the entire upon his brilliant career a statesman.
Following admitted neither
I. Military Companies to position,respectability, nor a
prnt Commtrtiel Advertinr, went carried were fired here this evening by the ?Nations Democracy protection
interesting ceremony came an eloquent addn. with it body. and breeches,the t bulk of what i was Democrat press of that city are battling for our in honor of the nomination of Breckinridge amongst us; you cannot blot out his identi' His speech at Frank fort last year, (in which

replete with patriotic sentiments, from George W. left of the Know Nothing organization in State. nominees. This is an indication that the Democra. and Ln. ty. therefore you must assign .him a place and tin he enunciated the views so long advocated

.4 Knight Eq, who had been selected for the the tat cy of!Maryland are all right There will b little RKJOICTXJ I BrNGHAMPTox, N. Y. place of slave is the only one that him or that
pur This was a God-send t Black Republicans, a it luit by this Journal) evidence of the highest
p<,se by a libeling of citizens before the VolunteerCompanies would seem render the State certain for them. or no division among them. Not enough certainly BL'IM June 27.-On the receipt here of be anita As t whether the time has arrived whenit gave
order of is far Ae
made their arrangements for the cele t jeopardize the electoral vote of tbe State, which the news announcing the nomination of Breckin will be resort an augmentation of talent Breckinridge by
The New York Tribvnt became ) On the proper
t t
and Lane salute of hundred was
iubi.nt ridge a one guns the
be set down as certain for the gallant youniKentuckian youngest of the more prominent men in
lira lion. this kind of labor must look the of
may we necessity
Ir 6th of June-tbe very day on which it chronicled fired by National Democracy,accompanied with t

C4 The day passed off mOt delightfully, marred only the accession. to their racks of Fillmore's organ-it the ringing of bells, lighting of bonfires,the letting the case t determine. Every staple production of country, and it is with no little pride that his

I by the excessive heat the thermometer ranging said: A late issue of the Mirror announces the "Lake off.of fr.work.and other demoDstr.tiol of rejoic the South is high-Rice is high Sugar is exborbt- Stata and his (rends throughout the Unite

from 90) to 97 degrees in the shade. confident' but and Suwaoee Railroad ing.WHATTHUSLOW ant, Cotton does well, Negroes are higher that fact. The
-. p "A clear majority (we are ,) cer City Company" was organ Wm TOISM ota NOVCCATIOKS. very States may point to mm

5 -The. Crop- a tinlya lare.prorrion. of the voters for Flllmore Iud in Lake City on the 16th bit by electingthe Weed, in the Albany Journal OJ : However than all ; 1 far as*we know the Bank solvent. whose career inspires such reliance that it

IC f*e are sorry to b compelled to say that not I in one 16.can satisfy that, support this is Lnoln case by A following Board of Directors, viz: Mesers. M. unwisely the seceders acted through says all their preliminary There is no financial bubble to burt upon the country can meet as his has safely done, the rivalry

4 within the memory of the oldest inhabitant has ply inquiring o himM1 friends and neighbors who Whit Smith, W. B Ross, A R Bcxley. S L Nib- .work they exhibited sagacity in their selection and carry everything back to the point from of more experienced celebrities, and harmonizes .

I there been in this particular section gloomy apr were Flllmore men in 56. Of the journals which lack W. M. Ives, J.a Wood and C A. of Breckinndge and Lne The former is whence it started. Negroes in all probability -wilj
I then sustained Flllmore we know that nearly h'aU. Tfie Board of Directors subsequently the mcttt unexceptionable of Young maintain their present unparalleled prices. Now all into an approving satisfaction at hiselevation
I ect. far as relates t the corn crop as now hed .
< .
1 and we believe more than half, are now tor Lincoln. Aoeritia"hose that where has that which in oar
meeting and unanimously elected Mr. W. B. Ross all history goes prove wants or achieve
xits. exaggeration to that on an average : t
I i say Of the prominent and leading FilLmore men PROMINeNT DEMOCRATS FOR BBECKISRI&GC.f day and nation the highest
I than a third of a will be the State know that full hatf, api & President of the Company for the ensuing year. necessities of a country are balked by prohibitionsor testo.
no more crop made in we i. r.: ; P. tlenatcsrs Bright of Idiana. Johnson of Arkansas. nies to capacity and man
I Itlr + exhorbiUnt tariff exactions,that will hi mert
fields hare been burned Fillmore's own at least three-fourth % are of Col. W. smuggling
In come in.tanc. literally county ,., 'Roger A. Pryor. : .' .,iuL'Tihdmpson George whom assembled & the Democracy .
now openly for In this city nnle&a we of Tom Florence of be resorted ; we can account for tbe increase
while in others the made will scarcely be Lncoln hInges Phi.delphia. t ODI
corn member of from Virginia 1lr-laad. to elevate the first place in
the Flllmore Congress agreed
greatly men of 'CO Tis dis'inishe
are h.1 Gdorge the Washington bAnkr of the slave trade on same principle. The conn, t
-"rl gathering. This hl been caused by a protracted are already zealous Lncln. while a fourth JI.I ben claimed aa a supporter of Mr.Douglas -,.. I r.rel.W..gg.Washington, are out Brekin.r I i try loudly calls for an Increase labor.. The price the nation isa :man to be judge not bj hi

droutli,accompanied with excessive heat- have gone square over Democracy and, consequently, as being opposed to the election yes, but his suitableness! age in which
dg of the slave II sufficient inducement to undertake to
not more than Six Votes this day ,
bo great a scarcity of this imprt.nt crop &that leaving Tou1nd of Mr. Breckinridge. The following despatch "J PlS:aTLVASIA ELECTORAL TICKET. he lives.
standing off; and quite .many these are for f the risk'and whether we avail ourselves of .
with which we are now thretene wilI, we fear, Sam Houston I for Bell and Everett By no possibility f.om Mr. P., sent in response t an iittion to address .-. 'is.ascertained that of the twenty seven electoWCMtett unities which seem almost force oppr- John C. Breckinridge is a native of Kentucky

pt produce much suffering among the poorer classes. caa Bell and Everett poll more than 30,000 a Douglas meeting ia Petersburg a.tt the by the late Democratic State Convention at t and was born near .xingtlan16.
t that is beginning less than of the twenty are for Brcckinridge andswven for us o not,It will not be long before others will profit
Cotton is still very promising though in the entire Stte.or ouetwentet to the four, winds: Rding. 1821. He received his eucation C.nt

1 to show the effects of the dry weather.. aggregate vt. r'pr WASHIXOTOX, June 25th. 'Dowlas. by what we have idly dirre As t troubling College enjoyed the beneft some months
Since these congratulatory words were pennedby tht Index: 1 BRECXIVRIDOI VAM XErrma D PHILADELPHIA. the Congress of the United States with a formal thff
; : VTith seasons, however at least an average if Toh EitO of at Princeton and going trough
goo PHILADELPHIA June S7.-A call for a mats meetingon of the slave trade think
not more will be made. .Greeley, the six thousand votes" who were SII-lnlnI been invited to participate in a re-opening we entirely requisite law studies at Transylvania IOlti
4 nomination of BreckintVdge
? "standing off," doubtless "waiting for favor of certain candidate for the Monday night t rtf the unnecessary. Florida through her State sovereigntycan
Im.tbiagt and Lane, in the morning tute, was admitted to the bar at Lexington.
and Vice think it doe to pDbUlbe
The Georgia Free turn have been seized with the abolition Presidency Pdlny.1 wi more readily bring that about. She has
up promising Fitcpatrick and Benjamin a Hoping to find a fruitful.field in which to
candor and to at once papers Sn.tn lW
I our sister State there are Ime 34 Democratic fever and are cow preparing t seek for health and I ipportof John my Breckinridge con.tituent t del.re and Joseph lne my and Messrs. Cubng Burnett .speakers. much right t say what shall b considered property his knowledge, be emigrate to the Nor-
and Of the
papers 1C Know Nothing I lutrt nourishment in the Black Republican hospital On As soon a*. a released from enggment THE PRIM os THE NomsATiosa within her boundary as any other State has t west, but alter something than a

I Democratic press 2 have already declared for the 28th June the Tb announced a meeting of member of the Board of Visitors The Richmond Snqvirtr and Sxamintr ru the say what shall not. Let her at once and foreverfix of spent in Burlington, Iowa, he returned
BrecVioridge and Lane and 2 for Douglas and I will myself t the people of Petersburgand and Lane. the status of the African and as long the his
those forlorn disciples of Sam thus: ulain counties in the Fourth Congressional name Breckinridge rct. 1 to his native State, and, took up

Johnson,(the Augusta CvnttiMtonalut and Atlanta I .. We learn that a goodly number of well-known District lnrl ROGER A. TOL The Baltimore Sun cornea out f the ticket negro will bring money in our markets he win be abode at Lexington, where he still reside

: Conftdtraey.) Of the remainder 'will probably and influential citizens who have not hitherto nct d -. ss a*- i : The Brooklyn Eagle sustains Breckinridge. brought here'Northern avarice will find ways and He entered immediately on the practice of

'. support Breckinridge and 2 are doubtful Tins i with the Republican potty.:but who believe that A Slavery Champion In Europe. The Dotn Pot, that tmehonoa organ of the means of accomplishing all we desire, and even the profession, and met with a w
unmistakable indication the dignity tranquility and prosperity of Ex-Governor Lawrence of Rhode Island l.mertet
is peace ,
a bftowing.
Wa B the Breckin- would
of Canada
I of New England, we not despair
S gN the will be promoted by the election of Democracy put up more; seeing success.
of the sympathies of the Democracy of Georgia. Lincoln and Ilamlin are preparing to hold a City being in Pail at the the time of the H.rper1 ridge ticket I says: stripped of the fugitives she .1 long protected.The The trump of war, howirer_ .excited the

: Of the Know Nothing press, line come out to and their nomination.Most Ferry Raid addressed a letter to the Journal des and _
1 Meeting to respond ratify Under ruch cirumstncel when the purlieus of Boston New York would l military ardor of oar Kentnekun, aaa
,t for Bell and Everett and 3 remain doubtful. I of them are Cloy Whg of other days, who Dcbata in reply to certain opinion expressed "by Convention worke itself an irregular body, the.likeliest of their black population ; the fugitive the result was creditable young service a majorof
S Mr. Flllmore from State choice ia between a
and when
supported partly that Journal on slavery in the United State The partial rep Ho
Acceptance of JTIr. but in also becausehe slave would be stolen before he could get through infantry during the Mexican war.
Dlton.ArAuClcou. pride personal part Debate to the letter Mr. Beach resentationa of the glorious national party, we prefer -
publish ,
Fla., June 11, '60. was the only candidate in nomination for Presi refusing the nominees ofdeleg.te who would not pass the first free State, and instead of finding himself also distinguished himself A the counsel for

Mr. dent who had shared in their previous struggles or procured its publication in pamphlet form. I is the Cud Forks, but choose principle rather than conducted to a place of safety he would only real Major Gen. Pillow in the celebrated court martial
I n lurs.81&W' who deemed them sound in his views with entitled .French Commerce and and
was by m.nd.ctur. have in
we nothing to say condemnation told
r e have the honor to announce to you that ize his true position when he was in Flor of that officer.
regard the internal policy and legislative needs in tbe United States." The London of Senators Douglas and Fitzpatrick, as t.t
t Negro Slavery from
yon have been Domln.te by the Democratic Party of the country. Believing Mr. Lincoln to b substantially Chronicle it remarkable individual members of the Democratic party we ida. The nodergound< Railroad would become of On tbe return of Major BreckinrWge

of Fori.da. as their Candidate for Representative toCttgeN. with them on these important topics Morning style a very admiration of Breckinridge and no sort of use, and the southern master for the first Mexico, he was elected to the Kentucky legislature

and to request that you will accept their they have resolved to be with him, and t swell by pamphlet," and singling out Mr. Bech'* economi: Lane.express They are names Senatr are fit to summon the time in nearly a half century would have peace. and created 8 favorable au impulsion -

appointment.Kntlovd their numbr tbe invincible host that is mustering e1iew of the question says: Democratic rank and file throughout the country LEON. as a legislator that he was'elected to
to victory under his banner. They will If American slavery be fact, also like the sound of a being
a great trumpetThis -District and
1 the Ashland
: hand the adopted I Congress from ,
4t we Retluti.\nl invite speakers from different of the '
you parts both to character
eountr. American cotton. Within a is a glorious ticket, aa Tin Soiiowa officeholders 1SJJ-
1 y the Democratic at the late Convention. and appllo all who believe there is ned American slave Stte Ial raw frcton. of patriotism and nationality ; and well would and office-seekers or vex PLcAL-T. re-elected held his seat from 1831 to l
rarla te abity.
Permit us t pry you on behalf of the Democracy form to c-ofr.te with them. Their the cotton of world In this country the country i ennt aould result in its plexity. We are heartily jul glad that mOt of them per. His career in Congress was marked b/ a.

of the Slate of Florida, our congratulations I meeting will doubtless be one alone< nearly five million ppl. have Immediate triumph.. favor fo be the way to devoted attention to his duties as a legislator.Whenever
loglu. wi lare
at nomination and our ropcct for talents Here, then is the last plank knocked from under relations with American cotton. Cotb J The PhUad 1phl.r gives the ticket a enthusiastic get Their corruptions long beena he spoke his eloquence drew forth

i your 3oui the fet of Boll and Everett i:New York. Teilupprersare.n 1* essentially a monopoly of the slave States, the It : t Democratic and as there is the enthusiastic of both politick
: support says di.gce prI.
-I and aLit\ produce of negro labor. It i* idle to talk about of getting rid we feel all plaudits
-scarcely a Corporal's
We Vs. the honor to be very restpectfully your gone g.n the cotton produce hereafter t be obtained from 'The Inoneeen of the names of these two distinguished the surer hop popularity of the te. and friends and opponents.
Illt ieW this fact the N. Y. Erprtu,one other men. standard bearers of the true te kinrida IS.5Ztbe)
obedient ervanU ( quarter Cotton.indeed, plentiful enough; will be hailed with des Lane ticket Tammany Hall we ere Introducing (on the lOih of June,
of who editor figured at the Constitutional Union but the sorts valuable in manufacture are not plenti-' Nitiooal Democratic party and this ends M\. resolutions of the of Henrf
in .endone Dugl. Tammany respect to memory
I). P. HOLLAND 1GEO. National conservative Democrat .
: In Baltimore, cornea out a fill and the very best-the Sea Island long cotton- r light by every min of the talk about Mr.
t W. CAL Cuution'"re wit restricted in the area of its production the 't.Uooz Sme te 1r.wi party Clay, who had died the day plvnl
tkl A. B. Committee. hint that they cn't intend to ran &electoral I mprmi abut running one Ueke bid the fullness
Bedford Breckinbridge
wine of Xeres or The Low n Advertiser, New Tm. in this will never, do. oa
11 JO' .B.BROWSE tick. in that SUte, "josi t secure New York for Shivery .ohnDisbr.. 1 dispute Ad. York..c bn Lt o heart the the Kentaciaa.
K., or no a beyond G.eeffeld Barnsta We Patriot,Salem bye a cler fight. Tbe enthuain for o gi'svof great
jk DYKE a certainty for Uoeoln." Not a bit of III! The that the cotton fields America do notadnrtt'iof ,l l4 ,' mort County Democrat,Lawrence Sentinel, 'Driordga and tDen\ the 'No yet in whom "ibiell ct, person, eloquence p

TALBA"EE Fla., June 14, 4 60 Erprtu wn patch up joint stock electoral ticket ealt UtO by the Ang1 Sz" peVhape air ind'PftUfield SUD-an Democratic paper In ', brkn out, t already fyr exceededour courage united to form a character fit to COl'
GtMTUtiEt-Tour tas-orothe llth inst, formally if it it falls then it for "artyor to \ experiment Y Before .November half of the' "
can; atciption. mand. that andi
i Dugt likewise the Breekinridge Standing by grave
and with ec1oietia-have
t notifying m. of my nomination *by the Demo- g. ted very fu.ntly. a very hole be begging to be let back into .
S PcimcAi Arvaias.-A fired at Wilmington uniform The been universallycalamitous. ,and'Lane ticket Here are more paper I ont the party. Mr. Breekinridge has been taken up by the memore of the great dead
eratie of Fla. their Candidate for '
1 party I Repretentative .lut". Were this D ao, if white labor had the Democratic candidate : the people as Jackson was and the people see mere of
I to Congnw" has ben duly received. I I Del, on Monday In honor of Lbs nomination been possible,then ef .Lswrenceaptly o.ne Northern Stale supporting that be is elected.-A T.Day 1k.June wi. I.geremai pliteu" appa

1 accept the nomiuat.;and should it pleassba peo- o Brekl ridge and Lane. The Boston Pea it would be far and far more enmcl. t than win b bond I.tf tkt f"Stata going *- contemptible the falsa'Vat policy which wo"!?j
Clay's on
Florida ratUy It. I engage perform and the Philadelphia Arynt have raised the Breokinridga obtain whit labor. To Le negro race fo Bl aj>d Eye\ MX. fliuox.-It affords pleasure and gratifica lfe 'djI.1I '

- t t t American cotton land involve D dlt sefferingr &- fm > (iou to learn the name of thia gentleman ia trifle a great and upright people .
utmost of my abUty the date of the trust and Lane flag ia preference t Douglas.On .- whit man' The aaka EDWARD EVXRTTT maynot everywhere hij sail BreeM'
Golgotha climate Express
tle T. mgbt 1 fr a. b receiving the support of the people; not were to write epitaph,
- i41 Permit rne. through yon t return t the meld Monday .1uto were fired ia New York elty to do with the result, negro' Pandie -thoaan Yioa President by the Sk We cD Democrats alone, bt some of the K ow bridge, I would as M&*;

bet* of the Convention and the constituencies wfcl and at Reading, Pa., I honor of the nomination ofDouglas. Economically regarded, then the qe .pcrceire at first blnah bat these &1 Impmet party. We hear, many who; although Noting oppose tbe inscrb &mark t:'
Deg eulogy on
Uisnlrs for the honor The Albany Argot hot( the Douglas In the Southern State' 1* brought within a JIWcmp L-7bq Ssea'WIEu choose the to Mr. Irl ia politic, will support him frommotive vh Jl"
tb.yr.pr..cnted uy No black, no cttn Such is the final cnt in the Eet.o who w pb. There till be a Urge number resting-place, Het lies''maq *
-j'L they have conferred upon me, at the same time b ting. A letter from Washington lays: n.mla 1. S u _rl. who relp attachment of friendship tbo public nic fo fifty lar and "OEC

pleased.to accept gentlemen my ac.knowltdf .Caoeiuing u g "ing on In Washington in mponae .. Laa. in preference ethe tha ..dct will ro fo him. U ttrnot _who jtht Qoioey : to deceive hfc oouniry e% ,
Jr1C. from in A Fart FICHT. The Hon. Horace Greeley and aUtOptf <-
Harrisburg ad places and cbr t"ot alan. Constitutional / *
in which I wl yC. condCoogreM,3fr.Brce
a _
ii ) en..t( terra your I '. .-rrMla compromise the und Breck- lon Henry J. Raymond are just now having a tilt, ekcUd by n: Tekroph ; -" theT&rty-8|
Dngl. b te : *
Ua1 Jepe-X'J 7 *
.comrouMleatSon.il eooohfd.Veiy An effort will b run one I respecting the Republican convention at Chco 6. 6 ---- 5.L, .: : inridge was Instrumental In securing lp,;
respectfully. electoral ticket tld'ew"or. Pennsylvania. New We hope they themselves -0 : Ad view fres.'Rnataa ta. of propriatioh for the completion ota cemeter

Tour friend a i.J-Vt ervtU. Jersey Iallflndn.10. California Oregon I the truth tbe mhole tut. and nothing but the I 78 OuTe cholera k raging with grat 'A treaty betvewr .f. ntnUn near the city of Mexico, in which the rem3of
J R IIILTOK. and throw ruth." about each which case the publicwill coast.Of IOU p.1 Fa Hoa. lr who ft
I ', ethfr tl. e1.etr t. their rotes .iol.a iMr reeognitta to* and
j M.*-.. r) P HfiTlmM, O.o O11.A.P N"T'. r the cao'i'ijutehavingth greatest etrfrt"," bvunnw be edified i They arc not materially euigbtte4. attacked b this .du scourge la JtmurT .,' ITelpt.{OIJUI' over tte tbo American officers Ititn

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.tl),. IIr o erwit-e 1 iu or near the city ol' \: htrty five, 'le: had served his country abroad .- Seward- -- -it--seem', i* -appreciated- in -- '- J,-R:GREGOEY & C0;

"*. shcnld he jntern? !. lIe alsi favored i had been a legislator in liis State and in the 6Om41: '- BAK JB. .
,((, i I C.UNtri if not liii owr.: A letter fruna B AY'WADB (SUCCESSORS TO E. : ABO, ,)
mail with the | National F''* ,- ,. .. ,
for weekly ,
i : 'riatirtn Legislature, h.id h -t-n tendered the l .
3J 1 J" Dealers i
*" I.May pull pled: by the Albany ,Journal, : I Wholesale and Retail ,
aj 0"
*S"j\ ,(,(. ,uJ n4*Mated putting these contracts I I If representation of the Republic! in" Europe, "The American e(n!ul t.-l.l me to.dsy that wa he :"

'I. .:' )nw t bidder. j I and elevated to the s-c<,nd nUke in the gift : guint U rer.J hurry iniquilu-mt( lurnt! to G,,.. Reward & I RUGS AND MEDICINESTTAVE ,- I
'. ouh, )!Ir. Br 4-kinriJre did not srek to of tbe people. Tiulv might the linos of the : WHOLESALE AND .REF.tII. DEALER: I II" LV
At A present from a Torki.'h J. gentleman who
: : ,:. :ilv. )before( lt! <* House, ho lonk a i poet be applied to i.nu : : admire him ill Le *- .. .
exei-eding'y. The.y. U !! .
.. Mi-iol; |1vpItjnfl. nnd sonic-lime in !I .. 314 it nlmnn Mint I .in a furl night.* | rM .

x. ..! -ii.-irp anil tTccti\e.( ;: Beneath the .i;lit ,.f truMs and office, STAPLEGOODS,

... 'tr. I'iddings.; in the course of a i I Net njcrrlyffer'd out iznpoed upon him." SCALE OF PRICES .

:St'i; of M.irt-h 1852)) on tho cumMi I! ..ksice rn' identoftlae' United States Senate To It charged bit the PUll of Plorida for every dfeription *-

1 .t !:'.... and l fugitive 5lr Law betook tiechiirof! that eminent Body early nf A Jpfrtixiny: .

.1.:i. tl'i' I 1.V Vral (jovrntment hid pow. in tbe first session of the 1'hirty.F'ifthCon. I 1 Square, (occupying the apace of 12 Brevier -LAZflA5flOI $ Ul.Pt& g .-

,, !I.ws by which." in .compel ours gaess December, 1837, and, with some intermission line, or )le'.) one ii.scrlion. .. .. |1 00 on ban at U>e old.tna 6f the i arFl -
i" : Fur every subsequent itiBertion. .. ... SO'I "' I tar, corner Clinton It. tt, a
;.'. to seize and carry hack fugitive I caused by the illness of his family Square, 3 mouth. .. . . .. a '00 ... .' : large arid complete stock cf p'JfebliiffSt
.::,% :' Mr. BIl'ckinlidge biiefly pushed presided daring the stormy session.At I" G" . . .... ... .4. 8 OO "'. '_' GROCERIES, 4C. '. t.:'.: lUcdfrioe aH.f

: ::1", ;,. :.o tl.t.nci..li.n of bis mi i'f : ai LtI il'Cii t:1iel.inf.t tl.e impnol ; 1858 the Vice Pretident then being in 2" 1- .. . .. .. .. O. Dge-Sfrft, PaM, Oils, Spirit* TI-
f ,-j. > I rustication in I 3" I" . . .. . .. 21 DOi" A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF ptntint, raruhhetf Brashes, Ca&pfane .
I his 1 Iijtd fan.-.t".ciitn: I Us State attended by .
-.\ !I._' place own in- I "
1. . .. .. sb.'ooJd Ftvid Windetf'Class.
.. : \'. ii- (s .>f the Constitr.Jion.! To his ,Station a meeting of his follow citizens, and I I column 1 to. .to. to. . ". .. 'b..0.) Burning ,
I .. '' fiiti.-ivo language I lIe.! \'e no ro- addiesscd them in an cloqvnt speech on the 1 i I" . .. .. . COCO Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders ., Putty, $c.t tie,

I' topics of the dl)'. He defended the Admin. I 1 1" . .. . . ..10000 together with A fins assortment o '

'. ..'i >'tl l>ritc rn I! Ncbirila lull; in Utration against the charge of extravagance, Estate and Legal Notice to be charged the TOILET AD FANCY AKTICL1.S,
.,' ;. ; :\ :iinrJ: Congress!, Mr. Breckin- I showing thlllhe "Americans and Republicans mine Notice as of transient i.miollion Advertisements A' Administrator, except, for Flour, Whiskey, fcc., &c. coxsisnxo or .'

I.' i:= i='.i.ilkd011.. It was du- who clamored so much about extravagance I which the charge shall be .. . ... 10 [K) Superior Ia'ir. Tooth, Nail and other Brttthet

..-. .' ,. .iic..:-irtn; that'hisdifficulty with the i were the very parties who attemptedin I Advertisrmetitfchanded in for publication not aped ; 1or.Irory and India Rubber Dtest-

V. ('fl:::; or New Yo I k, too'< place. the previous session to add several millions I fyin, the number of insertion to be pnblishttl) Terms Cash on Delivej.y.TAlahau ing Fie Combs; Fancy Toilet

". '?'!-' Pi' .\.1 tu h, ::'i r. Richardson: ee- I to the budget ; that the extravagant and till scale.forbid and chargrd in accordance with above Soaps ; Pomatums ; Choice

: r"i:, the! N.h'.-u*:(a Bill: heretofore I objectionable appropriations wore made by May 12tb. 1800. 20-tf Perfumery $'c 4C., 4-c. a

.. 1.i: i i. snot d the1 Hou'e to go in. 1 a Republican House, and the only resistance All of which they will sell at with all .pr1
keeping constantly auppliel
,I. i :i.;",i. After; some tlight discussion, thi. He reviewed the Slavery Question up to 18. OOPar'neshp.THE JJEWGOODS to merit the patrooagt b. red

,i.,,.- u.is tiifl. IIa\ii: ,* ptoceeded with 20, when intervention against Slave States I Blood Food! Blood Food! co-pmiinersbip heietofore between upon their p\ ceer.PbJsldans.

I ,-,,. .n-inefs, on (:lie Speaker's table several commenced, followed with a rehearsal of the I \t> hive raned frellnn In reading the advertisement of undersigned, under the name uitin style of Prescriptions.

i .- ,'1 i. i i. w'rl' ti-.en! up and referred, and the Wiltm Proviso movement, and the reaction I' Dr.gratification Bronwn'i predominate Blood Food;to for another.though column we regret; but we to Me think*o ,I SHINE PAPY, FOR: Particular attention paid to Prescription*. iaifalljcompourxkdlwa e
!nil'!' liile.! Mach feeling that followed, belief.that ihe celebrated mm coming forward even & Pure Medicineaatallboum- '
v, v': .4 i reiched-by I expressing a peo. ; 'I 'Wgare'CI'e 1860 by mutual
der the dissolved the Jane ,
l t' flag a* qnarkfl-that I* b; was on
II'.. ;::1'. i.ttd and all seemed lo regard pIe of Kentucky had not appreciated the .tiaing-) -l we tali*sati>fnc ion ulso In knowing that tire! i* H. A. Shine jr:.who will continue the busi! & SUMMER day and night.
and now a reliable prfparatioii bf.>r< hue (ic-Hple for that ino tmelancholy CU elt SPRIG M.rb 24, 1860.NEW >S
mdIr.. force of the settle the
.. -. CUM*. Mr. Rifhardson : scope Anti Slavery move. a.J float diaea.sc-Con.u.npt1on.and other organic nest at the The former inoe'lM'l. m -nt, which was and, complaints.' afttit} the late firm. A. SHINE. J L. .
-.ther. broadening
< 'J :",: 'st' f>; deepening o R LTTIZZ: AND R'E
I Dr. Eronaon I. lecturer In 1.BI.E
a our Medical Collogcj and his F. Y.
i :'., t to tl. PrtRiniitttfC of the Whole ont at the Noith. He showed them bow thelSlavery Kccv8 In hi* rpcclalitjr baa been *o .wonderful that bo h.. 28-lf P.I AETICLES.
ii ., slier the question had killed tho I conteatt-d, at variance with the prrjudlce of every tegular Julf'7.1860.
'Hie recognized old
.Whig -
i I : )>n. Sp I practitioner,to make U tnown, a* he i I.doin;.for the brneflt -- h. CASH & EXCHANGE ROOMSOF SOAP. Pumice Stone Soap
m'm\K't\ from : that bold I A-CA I SILVER Cmpo
: ;;r vn Illinois! and the plrtJ'-:1II organization was open Buffering humanilf. : Cleaner,Japanese Boot and
\..W *t >,ik raked a point of order.! Hi 3 gallant, full of pluck and fire ; how the Araer- I He ha separates secured eunrHj lor a(rents hi*.however preparation a linn from whose all ting retpecUbllitr of- French Imperial Liquid Blueing-this liquid imparts .

.1 #,u .tii lii> purpose was to amend the cJ'l can party had died partly of the same issue, I quackery.as they are aloo Meur for that Church roost A Invaluable DuPonl are oIl'r..paraUon.hi i*ole manager Dr. W. I. Clarke, Esq., to all kinds r{ Linena and Muslins the blue tint tomuoh

.1f vhi, t'l-ii: : t'aMbp's coarse would kill it. ) and partly of an inherent weakness in its Eaton' Infantile CordiaL If mother could know the great AVINO located in Tallahassee an AT- desired bjr Luodre' e".
I and constitution and that the care taken In palling up this article-some Idea of which they offers his ALSOCoJ -
4 u.tm; j>ert-isti'd in his motion: suppor.i thought gentlemenwho ran form companion ol it with any other article ol the TORNEY AT LAW r respectfully G 'W SCOTT & CO
f ted !it t U\ a peerh.. disclaiminj any disres- Ii' j caused the death of the last party left kind-t ey.would prefer It to anything that has ever been services to the public. All or Liver Oil, Ru-htou'a t Ufgecinn'e celebrated

,?l.'t to Mr. Kichardson as Chairman cf th.t'I J I afloat in Kentucky would and should become I offered we wculd them.not hesitate For our to own administer part ff we this had preparation a child Buffering know other business entrusted to him will b promptly at- brand ; Qu-ru' Cd Liver Oil Jelly Oil aorJ.Tbe .

'' Territoiies and stating Ih:1tlt Democrats to enable the State to with ing that each careful druggists would not engage in anything tended_to. Jtsllifvin? Cod Liver t"Le
.tnlaiU on that was not perfectly aafc and effeetual.-Qsebec Oatette. fg Omci in the new building opposite the firm the most delicate stomach to tCiy
.".1' u\llt'rsoo: that committee had already : the Republicans. It was impossible to re- I See adTrrtiaemcm. Fur tale by Ames & Lively. of A Hopkins & Co. July 7, 2S- m and retain this great remedy. .

YlsUI-"c.1 and\ elaborated% \ the mbject\ He main neutral. The Democratic party was EVERY SUMMEK the demand for Hosteller' Cclcbr,'..i I Every Variety of Goods Required

w3: oip"h; l to putting i it again through the I not a destructive but a conservative party, I Stomach Hilton.Increaf es. It i I. found.to be I-- only eertAln, Tnt WA&C-Ca JOURNAL-New Vol just c
circuitous HIO.!e of referring it to them and based upon the Constitntion, and the rights preservation atmosphere Is of calculated bodily strength tA .. ,duri: a period w'!!" the I devoted to Physi. logy. Hydropathy ills.and P ENSLOW'S BENZINEDnrnou'H Catarrh Snuff.
.uce a f.\iPi of lasoitude and .the Laws of Life and Health-with Engravings
table as it was to citizens and States. It alono had survived Indigestion. The W":st cases of Anodyne Toothache Drops Pectoral Honey of
th Speaker's Health and *
having it? on I 1.a, b"rQr.lu Potent inftut'nce. lownSTbtoSSSZ rating the Human System-A Guide to Liverwort, one of the very best remedies for Cought. .
day. The Ni-rJli: l1:1i '" a State of civil I insnrrecti ; the agitation and was now ,vital untamable, who are DOW alive -nd ,nil, must thank the discoVererof Longevity. Published monthly. Cod! tc.; Roman Eye Balsam SpaU'iig's 1're-

<' i c.'ii: .*'' :. v jutioduciion: : of the bill ; and and unconqueiable. The speech gave great i th10 harvest;
l i,' r"'ulI.' i: \\: -- a time t not for parliamffn-. satisfaction.In I Pb'sicI:1Dlln the land. This is the best evidence of its real bin it only by a knowledge of tbe Laws of Life
I the J&lue, because as a general thing. they ,ill not speak a the causes of Disease. All subjects connected with '
but Stewart's Candies
tirv *.:.'iu.:! wljifh give' lise tt SUtpICIOI1. great ftruggle i r Illinois between word In favor of advertised preparation. They have been Diet Exercise, Bathing, Ventaloo. I ,
for IlL! frank, and m:nltti r\J*sion. Hen i Senator Douglas and the Republicans and compelled community to acknowledge bold; by all the claim of the Bitter upon the Dwellings, .Clothing cfolioels.. etc. are clearly HEAVY DRY GOODS( GUM DROPS and Tic Drop, Guava Jel y.' Pre-
drnggista. till
.; in \.iin apjisaled to : ho would not with I seceders from the Democracy the Vice- Aug in the WATER Cvu JOURNAL. Hydro HOMO Kadish. Tuoiato Catsup. Farina'

,!'aw .0..i hi* motion being passed,he clinch- : President sympathised with the former. pecnt fully explained and applied to all known Cracker. Preston d Merrill'! Yeast Powder lie- .

/II 1 ''u- v ..t h' hv. moving to r reconsider and then Though he did not endorse tho course of Sen. DIn In Xew oBIT-tT.A-IY-Fort Fla., May tha.SSth Mr*. SOPHIE J' disease.of treatment Water Cure in is those not complaint equaled by peculiar any oth,to-rjnode PLANTATION GOODS, Coed____ _.Jsiuglaw_ for___Jellies__, _Blanc_u_Mange.___tc._. __

I .:, ._- t t'.: iMtion on the table.'M ator Douglas in the session of Congress then 6PKNCEB youngest daughter ol the late En. David 8. WojBOto. Particular directions are given for the Patent AirTight Glass Jars

1 '1." !->". of iagiia: h\iug: brought recently closed on the Lecompton question McBride. Ire'aVuent ordinary cases at BOXE so that all may FOR PUTTING UP PRESERVES & FRUITS.,

'. I i'::,' \'JIIlka aut.er; in a discus&ion on : he sympathised with him and desired his success Mrs. Spencer possessed In addition to tbe attraction of .app y it Single Copy f 1 a year; Twenty Copies. ------- --- --- ------

i ;.i.: ,n .\P1'r4)lriation Bill on the 23d, being the leader of the Democracy of her person, a cultivated mind and an elevated moral character $10. Subscriptions may commence now. Ello BiBBOJ8 Articles for the Toilet.
,and Indeed she was characterized by the dignity and giving this two or three insertions will the
V .. ;,.1 l l'l 1)Ir.. limit of Louisiana, \ Illinois in their present fight against Black *
courtesy of her demeanor &hennrth and refinement of Journal a year. Address T)ANDOLINE, various kinds, an elegant dressing
t 1\,.) t'nd.il"!) (.1( tho bill' haxing precepita Republicanism. her mind and the earnestness and zeal of her religion life. FOWLER d WELLS. 308 Broadway N. Y. ANDiRfM11fi JD for tLe Hair; Savage's Ursioa or Real Bart

i(0 till .kli.tte on the 1I0ue.Ir. BrecLinrdg. | On the removal or the Senate from the old Ho one Intimately acquainted with her would fall to reongnlz July 7. 1860. 25UoticE. Grease; Rose and Get nun Cologne Lubin's Extracts

9i .> eni.Trd tho lit in memorable( speech, and time honored chamber which had been these a*prominent In her character and to omit either S and. various other dvlicale I'erfumca. Wheeler':
i would do her manifest injustice. But cannot Snub Oriental Lotion fur the complexion Porcelain artS
we a description ;
i uuicli, hp stroiigly 1 stigmatized the course j the scene of BO many great events 9f American -. '
other character without mentioning another trait Metal Puff Boxes ; Toilet Powder Toilet Soaps avery
.1 Mr.'u'tizag. The gentleman may be history to the new one, the Vice.Presi. which, though lees generally known was not leas prominent.She ALL persons who any .g.ios the choice and extensive variety.
i i Ir the hi.I." saiJ he, .' but this yoke is that j dint made a feeling address. He gave an possessed,in common with her family, the most exquisite James W. D.bner.t of county -------- ,---

of in enf, n\v." He turned the friends of'' historical outline of the exigencies to which sensibilities, and, thongh sometimes appearing cold and I deCeae., are the called upon to administrator present them of without said- Embroideries and Hosiery, Citrate of Magnesia.
I Impassive she was deeply and tenderly affectionate. I hare t uoderign
tn.mrsMire from following the member from j Congress was put in.its early days-holding seldom known a family wno e members were devotedto I estate; and all creitors I and persons enti- ff IIIS popular And delightful Aperient is manuL -
i VIM \ork. whose course would kill it ; and i j jH''ferrMl its sessions as the chances of war required, each other and w h.mulu.1 affection was more more manifest- tied t<> distrbution. notfe tLat their claims and factured in small quantities at a time so aa to

t., have a score of open enemies I Invi I at Philadelphia Baltimore Lancaster, Anap. This renders the death of our sister so great a loco-a bereavement demands will be barred expiration of two years BOOTSSHOESAXD be always fresh. Seltzer Aperient Soda and Seid-
I a pro'sed friend who struck in the oils and Yorktown, and during the period so difficult to bear. unlets exhibited within the same. Those indebtedto litz Powders fresh ; Compoiaid vrup of (Lc Phosphates -
called for immediate or Chemical Food.
?.. I between the conclusion of peace and the establishment Early In life she was converted and joined the Methodist this estate are upon be eued. paJmCnt. -- -- -

n t. -JTih, '. Cutting replied at great of the present Government, at a not:. Church.been pnvilijed I have never to witness bern her the panUir regular and hence or bars her otherwise they may ept.to BLOXHAM. Adm :Rock Salt for Stook.::
Mh thrown out Mr. Princeton Anapi lis Trenton and New York. 7 1860. %
by ,
t t. imputations I but I have heard her rpeak freely of her experience July 88w"aylor's
: .I! ... lattar He followed with of the locality plelY ERO S.ENE.LAJtPS. ,.
: _; \Io "" the retorting a a history present a oavpr.tioB saul .I. tovfcMt, sad havo ..
.' ,:( n' ( \.l'ment took place. The the foundatiou of the city the building labor with penitent at the altar and her solicitude for the Cotton Gins, {i vN' Filled ,with the mostBurning opprored'Burna-s. -

"\ ', : I':-intid out of the House, and i' of the Capitol and the onward career of our conversion of souls the could speak of religion .. a tb 45 and 50 Saw Gins, on l and and for Ff .
Jet knowledge and of and evidently was no 40 sale HOPKINS) & MEGIXNISS.BROW.'S ('
1 '.1'i ,' :i. public curiosity was aroused i: Legislature, with sugges'ive memorials of the stranger o to the .bidden lile"enoyment by Fluid,
.. -. of the | who had made the '
a duel preparatory great men place they About twelve months ago I joined her hi marriage to Mr. DOUBLE CYLINDER I"" KEitoscjiri & LAUD oir.s.
-i I i -'asAtlctnent haxing been taken. 4 were leading immortal. I ------
: j S. A. Spencer of New Port but then little abl we
ic i 1 .' ;.M,! however Mr. 1'ieston informed |II At the last session of the Kentucky! Legislature should meet no more on earth. Her h.lh thojh began to fail I SAW GIN 'IDJlJ1rn fllig 1 rg1)j B.J

I II I ..- that Mr.! Cuitir.g hud left the mat- j Mr. Breckinridgo received the un- come six month ago, and so continued until death pat a p 6O ad _n_ ___ __ I.4i I.

"' !l..,.k., of CcI. Moiroe.: of New l ou ht.for nomination of his party: for the rio to her Offerings., For 1..1 month previous & FOR sale 1 by. A. HOPKINS death she was confined to her bed l,during which.tlme she Artrl2l.1860. 17-4m < t!
\ 1 I t.-neral Shit-Ms I'ni'ed: States j i United States Senate. He was elected to sufferer but her borne with --
i wan a great sufferings were p / OGRESS WATER; A largea.nd.el1tel.,1dItbck
S ... !f" <' i Illinois!! nnu Mr. J Jircckinridge Fucccod Hoi. John J. Criltenden from the t.ence and resignation. She retained her mental faculties :ld.u.o1Ltic1a.rpHE OIL CLOTHS AND MATTING Vy of Tooth and. Hair Birt De.: Paint VSrnish .

.' t.> Co!. Hawkiiis, (If Kentucky.M 1th of March next by twenty nine majorityon unimpaired to the last,but wa, nodule to articulate so '.to. ,' BOARD OF EDUCATIN. constituting and White-wash Brosh/s; A complete.stock of

I tI I..t" 4 -. I P. :) and! In- was authoiizedts joint billot His senatorial term would understood.. Thus*" are deprived of a dying a .tDlony. _L the Trustees of the Seminary West of the CORNICES & CURTAINS, utensil for Qraioiog. Porte Monaiea. violin Strings.
but have l far better In her life ol and uniform Suwannee located iu Tallahassee, desire to
.h.ll Florida
I .'.' ." ? had ben tfiVc'U-d expire in 1SG7, had not the p'opleIett'rmincd Me.41 ON THEEXPECTED
piety. Truly the attraction of the heavenly world are Increasing employ three assistant teaches. to supply "
". .". -. -:-i'.u-tory: a..d: :honorable t-) both ,. to elevate him to a higher po
". I b tle! part of both g'nleml'1lie: Upon receiving intelligence of bis election, ofholiness stronger such transfer from earth Ie heaven would give instruction in tbe gls}'rench Latin DAILY.

!: : 'r.uI an npologv for any \jo'ation! of Mr. Breclitnridge immediately left Washing make them to. Greek Languages and one and Military WINE VINEGAR. RASPBERRY

> I.t! t'l-, House which b.-id taken [ltcc I i ton for Frankfort, the Capitol of Kentucky May God sustain the living and give them grace to meet Tactics. To ten well qualified and with NAILS IRON AND OILS WHITE Worcestershire Saaee. Pickled Lob

.i'. i-t of Ubate.! i I where in presence of the Legislature be delivered her .h.r"there I Is no more d.t.. some scholastic experience ti a uln. $the l200 for sters.Fresh Lobsters.Fresh Salmon,Fresh Mnckcrtl.
;, .When faith strong and conscience clear year a p>" ..
I I B.r Pickled Onions Dates, Anderson' Solace
'o1j.! of Mr. Ilrcckimidgu'd idenwit'i that speech which at once *
7 ".I great when complete, one will be
And thought of Christ the spirit cheer, ofT.ace. Tobacco SnufT Matches, Rose
-,'!i"1! the: ii ws of Administration, 1 1i stamped him as one of the foremost slates- And vlsloned glories half Edueation to act'as Principal, with a E Castile and Macaboy Waterproof Soap Srwrm Oil, a
appa Transparent ; pare
i 1.01! :.; I': re tendered to him the mission ] men of the day. We shall take occasion at m*joy, ti* triumph Ihe to die.", additional compensation of three hundred dollars for G I article fjr Sewing Machines.
lint the honor deI| to republifh tho speech' J05ErnL" ANDERSON the aarae term. The dntie of the School comment
lNy..i ; was respectfully an early period
October 1st, 1860, and end July lat, 1861. Comma
i i'i ',;:, i P..i'.,' matters compiling Mr. Breck- Space forbids ,even an extract in this issue, may be addressed until the lt of Spte. : Aromatic Tonic Bitters.

,. : '"I(1r IQ.this coarse.' lIe was a delegate : but it w'll; suffico to remark that he boldly Dict b.t. F. EPPE. :: : S I I r-t.llESE invaluable BITTERS are a reat ReSTOIUTITE -'

:u the Cincinnati Convention in June, 185G. and ably enunciated tbe principles 1 laid down, rbhtfirt Jun So 2 Bd of Education. .1. in all cases of Debility incident to a.
climate who from sickness
I are recovering
'."t'r the iioniir.tioi: : of Bn.'jinan for the r in the Ured Scott decision, the equal rights < I warm will find them persons an excellent Tonic. Those laboring .

l'-l..III"tln'" several names were offered for of all citizens of the United States in the Ter List of Letters,. 4". LORIDAAILROAD.. Agricultural Implements. under DYSPEPSIA and LrftiouTion will find

;;i A 'v.u': oflic-among? others, tI.2lt.of i j ritories. REMAINING in the Posr-OmcB. TaU them advantageous taken aa hour or so before meals

John! C. Breckinridge"proposed! by the Lou i, Breckimidge possesses all those personal 27th. 1860. _. in fact they will be found an excellent Tonic Iu almost'
A-George Samuel M AddamsGo where'stimulants '
'-nua' J.I legation. through General J. L. Lewj j! traits which endear the man as much to the Aoersn. all cases are required.For
'Avens. S II
!Daid AId.rm.n 'assortment sale at the Corner Drug Store. .
tr : his immediate fro d-. Mri !H 'CHANGE OF 1WUHS! A large of the above articles -
r "- \cknox\ietlgingthc flattering: manifes.ta- masses as to more B-Andrew Bowie. S J Brown, Sara IJyrd f J. R. GREGORY A CO. '
'i 1.,'i ot qooil w ill, 'Ir. BreckinriJge! Lt-jigcd I lie is a courtly; and polished gentleman chivalrous Jno B Buctncr. Mia Kate Bailey. Baron Wand after Julyd. 1860 Trains will run &slollows I II constantly] hand and setting : -

:.:at hi.iitmc would lx withdrawn. On theI I and high-toned the very soul of hon George BLlckbon Mra Mary BaBy, W C I : I Fresh Supply-

the battle field Melraon Barton or Benjamin: ', 'alters. Freight and Passenger Train, Mondays, W.dnt.I at the OF .
the in
a !I'I t ballnt however, Vermont delegation or a second Bayard a man C-Dr J A Clopton. W'm L M Clement Edward n "

through Mr. Smalley" believing that no Demjrrst |i of'intellect. honest and straightforward in the Chandler. Rich'd Campbell Mrs Almira CbampneV. i days Fernandina.and Fridays at, will........ . 10.20 A. M. Lowest Cash Prioes. PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES( ,.

has a light to refuse his fctn'iceshen ::: expression of his opinions no politician, no Michael Conway J P (.Curc.J W Clark, R. W, .! Lave Baldwin at. .... .. ........ 2.20P.M. I March 241860. and American Window Glass,

t ,\\s country call, cast ii: five votes for Breck. ]:: wire puller no trickster prompt in decision Cone : Gainesville at.... .i ... 725 1 FRENCH A Sons Pure Lead,

tt ''iriJgr.lany other States followed, and j jI I Ioj I quick in execution, a very lion of the tribe of TJ-Clias Davis Joseph Dnnbar, John Dnpree(2)( ) I Arrive at Bronson at. . ... .. 9.30 I SCBEVENJEOUSE.jj Snow White Zinc.Varnish. .
A H Dibble. Dr Davis, L A Dickey G W DlvInna.J .
Paint and Sash Brushes.
t I th. total he received fifty one votes, sec-i i Jackson.His H Douglass ((2.) John Darden W J Davis, James Passenger Train on Tuesday, Thnrsday and Saturdays I ___ .5
f ".:>lIi the list and under tho first is the personification of no. Mrs Davis G. will I
fi <., only eight ,- presence M Durf'o. Mary care Dar" Leave Feruandma at. . . .. 12.45 P. M. I |jj|; SATAXXAU, GEORGIA. t | Denslow'sBenzine,
i -ml Quittnan. On the second )ballot No word describes his more E-Mil Edwards M Ellis JamesEllenwo .
j j1. ; bleness. person E1izbth1 Baldwin at. ..... . .. 3.45 J NEW LIQUID for taking out Paints Varn.hand :
M 'in", New Haniihire and Vermont led off correctly. With his warm heart and ever Elridgt.. E Fisher, A J K Felmon Gainesville at .. .... .. 7.10 S. B. FOLEY Proprietress o .-This new A Greasy Stains from Silks or Woolens of all
.C. fr !Ilrcckiniidge ; :Massachusetts followed genial smile no wonder he attracts the admiration W L Fills. Geo R MO Arrive at Bronson at... . .. .. 8.S5 11& .nl Hotl. fronting Monument Square, is kinds without injuring their color or texture while
i -I .! of thirteen I all who in contact with him. Flirbnk. Train on Mondays Wednesday and Fri. order and ready accommodate leaving no unpleasant odor. It is used with the same
ic. i.n; ( eV1 out votes; Rhode Ishn.i of come Q-0 M Green. ((2.) J M Goeey. W C Passenger complete t
c. i followed with her four ; then the New This is Major Jack Breckinridge our can. i John Oramlinjr. A P George, W Gileson. days will in fine style the traveling pubic success for cleaning Glove without altering their
\ States.- (oran H-Wm Fisher & John Akryah Hale Morgan Leave Bronson at. .... ....-. 7.00 A. If.K I Te Rooms are large ad airy,and the Table folly color ; also for removing greasy stains out of Paper
United Hale
ork 'If the
c.t "Softs"a.e him eighteen. Delaware, didate for President of all kinds. For tale at tbe Corner Drug Store of ,
Hudgins, Inn W Hale, Harriet Gainesville at .. .. .. .. 8SO to any Hotel North or South. .
t Maryland and Virginia voting in the same Let us unite our exertions to send him to the R H.rll. J.m.E Holland Thos A Hendricks, JamesII Baldwin at. .. ... .... .. ..... 11.40 I haLTs splendid four horse Omnibus is always at J. R. GREGORY A CO. 4

Was, it became quite obvious that he was thee White House backed with the largest majority Hamilton. Mr Hand. Samuel Hofbeimr. James Arrive at Fernandina at. . .... 2.25 r. M. I the Depot and Steamboat Lding- carry pas March 24.1860. 13Forg"1.t3on.'a_ 'I

.1;"' <' nf the loJ.:1l1d. ; though several of the : that any successful candidate has ever F loJJ1er. John Hill. G F HrIOn John Hevios, Freight and Passenger Trn. on Tuesdays, Thursdays i I sengers to and from the noul. usual rates .

.<"' itug:i States voted foi other candidate., i received faCt the days of old Jackson return Wiiam Haria. T W n.ril and Saturdays, wil j June 23, I860. 263mGeorgia 2EFIXED
'.' I I & J John J Johnson, Joseph James ((3.) JobcJ Bronson at ... .. . ...... 3.20 A. 11 .
::(> "juii-kl', one hy one, changed their vote, : again. udge ((2.)8-) T Joyner.John Johnson. James James. Lav Gainesville at. . .. ... 5.50 Fen. & Rail-Road. FLORIDA ARROW ROOT,

1. N ". rd delegates making neat afld! sp:ro. I The IVnsaeola- Tribune tell the following story : K-TVm Knead Wrn Kerr ((2.) S S Kni b.Mrs Baldwin at. . . .. 10.50 At the corner Drugstore. .

!ir" : ., 'CI's:, it; announcing the chan '.- i in circulation hare, as to the cause Aqnilla King ((2.) Micager Kee. James A Kirkpat- Arrive at ruandina at. .. .... 2.35 P. M. I S J. R. GREGORY it CO.
A good uiLe a Hiram D L W King. J. E.
Keays. LARKIN..
"" u "I.', of other! candidates were with *t r..k. ;
:'. cf the late mortality amo-the" captured negroes brought 0 Lesley (S.) Mrs Nancy B Lancaster. W Engineer and Snperntnd6nt I Choice Cigars and Tobacco.
w i i. :in-1 the whole poll went for J. C. KfY Wwt. The news i Is said t 0. ed to C LL J W Luquin Berreis Larance, Geo J HL Fernandina June 80, 1860. j
''' i' 'g- at which! the Convention rose, 'I h) the Magnolia,on Sunday but we are .:7' In 1.1 ?ley. D M I WISES: ---
'.ii: waving of hankerchicfs and the think it originated in onr community. It I* *a.- -W A Moods,Thorn S Mays ( Mire Louisa Notice. 1ffl. C. T. N. SYFANha ben appointed Av LIQUORSFor ,
{ through e:1 route for Key I (2 i 1\1 L sistant Superintendent of rood. All Medicinal Purpose.
that John
:<' : \ demonstrations directed its at1Ou a gentleman paued V Mar A Miller ((2.) Moffit. : per.
>'c4: i I Miern
'I \Vest, on the outward trip of the Magnolia, with a nre,Mrs Margaret McCunn'nghamNMichael months after the first publication of this n sons having business with the Superintendent department COOKING WINES, VINEGAR, "C".
:.,' upon the tall and graceful delegate ] large amount of money and that on his arrival Nicbolast'( Jae J Nail, H HNor. : SIX the undersigned.adminstoatrix of tbe estat j will communicate with him by letter or 1 1I
t. '* '!" Kftiti...kv. who had been so unexpected-i there distributed pr sent mid money among them. I rin. C Nicholas. of J. L L. Green deas late of Leon county i oter..iae. a the office in Tallahassee. Scotch Ale & London Porter
:: ''""iinateil! for so exalted a post. It was Consequently they are averse to returning to AfriI I P Jo RPereton ((2.1 Wm Y Peyton. lames Pullivsn I will present aet and vouchers to the i iHon.J.udge I Signed, E. HOTJSTOUN *
: "C bt-iore the demonstrations subsided so ; | CA. lie then succeeded in ruining! the confidence I -(t.) W H James Towltt. Tbo POY.I" of Probate of Leon county and ask t h' President and Superntendent ALSO A ncsa srrrLT
chloroform I Ptm.n.
"1 .'!
'"mirundinjj: figure of Mr. Breckinridge stood dead to many were removed immediately They interment anda Rankin DERuLbWPigeJ, lutes Mary Rosbio.FRObiD.OIIGeOFRRObOO W H Ramsey. J Raw" ; 1860. 27-1 ,Il At Cost.A. sale at the Corner Drug Store of I A

:" ting the mighty triumph. It certainly I boat being at the beach ready they were conveyed i Rna \ Wanted j. R. GREGORY co.
.on.Joeerb .
shore the (in the mean l : HOPKINS & CO.
main March24 I860.
IS to the negroes 13
a tune tw try young man. He spoke i seruM : g..J B SI. O B SOOTT. J R Stone. CLasS "1 ration'
,'n..fh and becorningiy. Tbe result just anwas j time recovering. .. Mica James S..nt L T Simpson old negro man named j ARE offering their large Stock of SUMMER : '-
Q.t'd : and his -- ----- Atlanta .Smit *. Jon L Ste..r W.ltr M Smith. W 1 JIM GREEN a Bricklayer by trade A Jib i GOODS AT COST consisting Spices, &c.
:. unexp %ced, profound I Orr BBECKEVEU-CE AND LUE.-Tbe I J C W Scott, Stringfellow! Mr I ral reward will b given fur his delivery to j JACONET and BAREGE
."tl. He the the Smilh I ORGAiDE. C>OTe Nutineeu.Race, Ginger do.
w without words. hoist I GAMBLE.
:, "s gave Locomotive, formally neutral paper I Icarnee ShupluT W. : C1\NAMON.
\ Tal.bsae E APPLE TISSUES, and ic* Ginger, WhiU and Black
'l'lltion the thanks of true heart; It Willie Geo H 27I ;
simple a : B Tunno. I
of Bt rK JnIDG& an-1 last say -A Tma. Tem1o
1 .1 SUMMER SILKS.They Mustard Seed. Allspice, Cayenne and Black Pepper,
".4pr4sNtf: his appreciation of their first I Breckenridge is no ordinary man Hi record I Ia oo. Chirle: Tot'kr((2)) J St Toy. ; WakuUa Circuit Court.-In i invite attention of purchasers. Celery Seed. Bottled MusUrd. race Olive Oil.
:...1 1 linking his humble name with i and hi* Uteniansliip i ia undonbted. lii* I Iname *en good.
alone i tower strength and Joe Lane t* I W-J M Williams. R C William. Robt ft William Mary E. Lawreace, 1 16. uStckolder's THRESH HOPS. SH1KER3 HERBS iyii
rit: a
: statesman of Pennsylvania, I the South could wish. We nflI I *. R W White. Jt.eph W Wood Snn J Wig. I. Bill ofDivore.i. JJ EXTRACTS.
::1, our
:. ". ,.: and the vocife"i I S Wilson Mr W Rebecca. -pROF.. .
of tales John
.1: cannon I upon its fold* the name of these illustrious I M.rh Wile appearing to the satisfaction of thi Cou by I June 10, 1S60.VA JL at the Corner Drug Store. "
I ....' l" multitude! outside break- men and we trust that every Southern Right pa. I Williamson. the Estate Wilson.of Joseph HW.ho X affidavit that t defendant in (Li* re j MEETING of tbe Slnk1dt'r'. of the T.Ua .' J.R.GB.EQO1IY& &< .
H Weston Dionio
... I almost overpowering the I per in the State will d*the liD)'. Wil.l. S Mrs R J Wilson., .* ont of Florida it is ordered tat I ./i-riiKW* Railroad 0 i* ale t meet at the i March *4, ;!a&Q. 13 -m.3Pot.ei.s2iy. .
v ::.' the ball. --- -. I Wx P. M. a bearing b had upon the facts charged in said Office in Tallahassee, on July I .
.j:) he ia [ ] MILES Jf ASH, ll&O. 1' (
i JAMES CONNER- Old Jimmy. la f.mor I July 7. 10 I before the Judge of the Middle Circuit of the State i iI FLAGO RO k. : sowr :
this and :
alter gra'ifynigli .
exciting liarly oiled-t U* l.een chosen trand ehemMr I of Florida on the first Monday of October next I! June 15 25 Secretary. .
!.11.- ais gathered to congrat- Tammany socIaty in pl.ee of lr. 0" et.h' For Sale, I is farther a copy ef this order b p I .r.
orere.ta' pb :ErEnsTltEET -.1 COS nmOTXBLE HAIR'COLORINGwarraatcdto
'. '1: at {.( tQn. I Conner is one oJf the oldest ype.founderl LIKELY NEGRO BOY. 15 obi wellgrown i li.M end Journal once a wek
year "
ft, a steady Cotg.I P- Y4'1'
"; Democrat who halters' D. A tf three I grey
i U't-icd \ country a Sold j
"> : irc-IVt-cident, having ri- and a good space
his to its color TJoroef
f oJiginal ; tb > Drnir Store.
t *
1 ,1 f (cliiml ,vote, being 5 9 over : going honest o1J genUemul, the who in eflrrl .fi..L I for D fcult-eonnd i bo-iy and mind-titles jood Pas.e first thoughts 1KR" W sale BOND A (0.
find whose J. by
4 P. i.DeJDf I Apply at this YLE BAKER.J'I cheap
I. l f Y
: ean.j.I.'tr
,j.ululita" th-. !'ht* *5 h! gnes to '"* pillow> are. JUDe :'''" t5 ofz. J n-. '"", tiao J !.-rd, .. 21/60 U. Stntiut! cpy.. ,..S.2 -
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" in from N Ycrk .
' 3.O6O Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. t JUST, general ass&rtmer-i
"TTTE ars rearing a large and veil selected RAIL-ROADS.I SOUTHERN TRADE. The prrrric'or ntlr..u..r,< I''.:'(r' d HOS- such ns Oils of almost eny.tr.J I i.nrlt.U i -. .

VV SPRING STOCK consisting of I FOR THE TTUS! t'IIIIa: : ..\:' >-.i.M.\ni I'IT- bile L ad,Zinc an. other pint. \"Ir.- .,. G' ..

t.1: IWtl and Shoe. Hcrdtrare Dry Good, ".!. t1 THUS can appeal tint j"riirt i.f.-cr.ee 10 best qra'.iry.! Puttv. Brushes: Petash Six)*. r.:. 1
.r f' ,. rliysisinn: : Uj,1' ritizcnr jrtM.IM'HV".f the! I't.itcdSac Oelatir..Ix>ndon UuMnnl. 1-"e1'1. Rrarv-'v: ;r"fjr .' .-I ,

Groctrits, Iron, Nails, Tract 4 Fifth N and after March 25th. 'fGO -. bm. t'.) art'.:. 1 Las r"ua
Chaint Stretchers Bacon Salt and O Sunday e\"f'uir.r, : lierc'f.'i :c uttkr.vwz. A f,w faite uj ca I Ink (J'i.ir.*. 1'craTian 11::.. TT"..; Er i- rl.. .
the Cars will leaie and (follows J
run as viz:
J "T rJflC'J .ft I t ibis 'eii.t n.l:: .1 r .i; IT : T'on.r'.t.Iy 1:1 I lc.. A" zu. 1 s P-'C' ra! <"rr.c't -.' : -

. Flour, 4c.., 4fc., 5c.., Leave Arrive Tallabafseo at Monticello.. ... ...... ... .. ..... 4.00 C.I5 P.P. M M. t ; j z. ri 't' 117 1 1\ t.r.NO. \"olfUlli: c': 1-.r':: r.ee.-i.: :, I.r h : ;':.:'; I u'i'ry. ;P Vnrvres; V,". VHP roulull... ;:.': (,:;"'tI

}. And for sals cheap by *> BOND A CO. The coswirpt of !H-mcttr-: < ::...'tatli titttrs I o. tJ rcerjt Jl'Ur patrerahaar.h -", 11,
L1dMateh31IE6O. Leave Tallabaw . . . 9.35 A. 11. ..
14 Arrive St. Marks. .. M. lor the! ut 'car f.r-trac-J to over a I.IIH'laUlln .- 'I IELACDllTi1i1c: '
at 11.00 A. 29 CHAMBERS STREET -
: bottles. s.U'1 from us minifest rtrsiiriacreise 22. l1)t)
Leave Tallahassee .. .. .. 6.00 A. M. : : a : ___
Saddles Harness & Bridles in ttr.<\ jasr, it U nJfi.: th-l r.ttriag! -
Arrive at Goodiran's Station 6. .. 8.50 A. 1'!. -

FOR' March) 31, 1S60 ,. 14ALLperaon'i Arrive at TallaU'see . . 9.05' A. M.Leave ncarcae tmllun bottles. Th's: itnircnsa tircur.t I TTIr. Efl4vraisr'ied Las ie'uuaed 4I I

St Marks. .. .. 2.00 P. M. WHOLESALE DEALER IN clul.\ never hate been oU but f.r tie raro I tnwri. *tel La. .rna'r..l :1 ,.l' 'n .y-

hi"g Rlaribtiril'I Miors AirUe at TulhihaMee. . . S.2S P. M. tnt tcin:1lr-rt'f-t'rtiei containe-J in thsTrtjarntion. t tie UII' Itli.Jlngcnn olr.KIt, a i(. .j' .

. orders filled bv leaving I hem Leave GOt clmnll's. Station 5. . 4 SO P. M. nul tIe, sanction (.r iLe to.t pixmi&ei.t tie:. Sio,', !rpO'ie !11f' Exrl.m't.l .

- with L'OND: A: CO. Arrive at Tallahassee .. .. 7.30 P. M. Com Is, Pins, Writ in qJff .Dsl'lf, Jcicclry, j.irvjk-iiui i i" tlirsc; Ee.:tiun! cf tuc! ccubtryvLerc eef Black.arlibtt; alit I.. '.I.'n.t \ ':1. _,;. ..rI
the arlic! i 5s bret ktiGTrn. ) nf
: r o only
II Lloyd March *1. 6CO. 14 c.'nllectin'irIJ P<*t Coaches at Monticello andGoothr.af. Jim she, edits, Work Boxes, Watches, I I dr-'pichi. 1.1' s.iii refr witi! ("afl', .' \I
tLe I'.ititrr: Itir: let 'r.
ii'l to -tkr.ty. .
., Station 5, at Mntiticello who.haTe r.:1.tr..ozeJ Liu* 11l'1,?af.rp : ,
1 daily except Buttons Porte Mcncic Stalio'ncry, Musical Wares, are ready st nil tnes; t.' ire trvia ,ir..alto its ,. ., oira
Rio, Java and Laguira Coffee SuuJay aud Goodman's Station 5. :' I D ALHO Threads, Porte Folios, Perfumery, er.CII!'in nil: castS cf th.tJtcldccrJg! Uluast.III' I J&IrJI.ry S. 1 .C :-r
SALE BY BOND A CO. ; 1 li" ajca ris-liing tleictrciK.TLIs _.
: FOR: March 31. SCO. 14 Connecting TI Jni I\i"t Coach! to New Port on arrival Wood and Willow Ware, d'C., .i'c., la f :r.t 8. ;ipcrary :pnlirify, cltsiniiIT -- ----- -----

I of aol which rrt-rr before the ilepartuie: of the And article in tho notion lino required by the Southern Merchant. cstr-'orJinnry; krt3 i in; the rry cf trcrapn ; RiCHAflDSOiIL 'S

i Spring & Summer Hats Tiaia; and with lit" line. of Mail I Steam* between every : :: ; fie' njiluirs. f t! e rit:I f!, lut a r<.!HJeMiKtii
: J JJ"
New Orleans. 1W( t anJ Cuba and intermediate ----- ENS
) ; nt'an ;\&..a''I.1'; a..'.i. ir.r. wl.icl is
- FOR SALE BY BOND .k CO. the Guff attiring at St. Marls on their '
OUE.\P. points on war SPECI1tLITIES.LwsEects uesliaed be ar cntltiri.-'g nine itself. ;I DAMASKS, CIAPCKS.! &.-
Mirch I :\, IbGO. 14 to Kfj Vest on the 17lh and 2nd or Std of rnch
Ilosiettcr's Krocir.cli! Kr.trrs Lave jroredaG.Hlses' :I ThONSI l MlRs.fTtnears.s-: ,
mfnth.l\nd St. Marks to "GtioVEtrM PEcrccT EnDtl:1Jus. LAWRENCE'S STEEL rr"s. TnI: PLASTKrs.LrLAWRLNCE'S ,. ( ; t,
arriving at on th..ir'ay i '
ta rthi.JCiTllcrc fever end cguoml I 1 V> f i>br.irni.i tIC! '*
GOlD Ptss, ; c IIU. .
: the 15th nrd! 29th of each month.Pastengeio "OtnsTAL COIOGSE. WAtRANTto.LAWU : :
i New 0.lf3ns
NEW ao o D s I ('n .1 '. ,
'. ) have
liii'.nKt ,
for Mooirello, ir II..ta i North of that. 1.)0 CC'S "ScvTHrnstEs: FAVOSITE: '. LAWRENCE'S LEAD Ptsnts ALL 6TtLES; vsricus >> er C3nj-aints: I see tI.at the articlrs t'u-y purclcss v j gaihe '..
--0-- cnnnieJ tl'tir viifras: ly landrcJo. To Le full 01 tlie! firm -
I will tale tlu4 00 P. 3!. tiain.Pa'iengpis Also a uprli..r q..mlity flf ONABURG SEWING THREAD ill ball,. 11l1a1!! and large and nn 'OtI". nblj to Hale conliJcntly! that tLc "P.ittcrs' t

'U RARE mDUCEMENT.T" for GuodmanV, or points East of that I All goods warranted equal 10 sample and u reprf6cltfl I'arttculnrattcttion, gi\'u tUI"lc1.iog. Neat and arc a certain; cue for the Dyspepsia and like I J. N" r.ICHAEDSOJT BOSS A r-TTr--

---o- I will tule the COO A. M. train. convenient Catalogues, \\'ith Llauka for memoranda 'JppheJ Iopurcliascrs on applicltou.I diseases is to the ropricfor a source of un- III a p-arantee of the svuudueas scat! ,\. :! ",\:- ,: ,

: BEO leave draw Ih. ntfer.tion of The train will not run fmm Tahlataaee (o 84 I l\O\'Clnlu 2C. ISj '. 4': alloyed .Iel. tlre. It renn-cs All morbid matter I Goods.
r cetfully- __ ___ __ __ | This caution is rendeicd essentuIU
Marks I
cud lack --- ----- -- '
i (In Sunday only ('1) Steamer davs.WM. ---- --- -- --- --- --- oJ and orf>
S .L the citizens of Tullaluifre end ailjoinin;;counticRfo VlNaON Aw't ,." from tSe etomich. purif.fa tl.ell i large quantities uf inferiorar>.l i-r! .. i.v. J. ",;'J "*
the fact that I am DOW i ia possession of a compet! Supt.Mercb New Establishment. WOOD EDDY &COSDELAWARE imparts renewed vitality to the nervous nTslem.g'.ving ".
24. lff-0 13 I prepared, reason after reason nn.I .,.:. I ? :, ..
aDd well assorted fncnJi : it iliat tone and energy imli iOI'f'n.-IILlo ., *.
-- --- -- r lI.r..rn.s his f rJmhen Irish ,
----- ------- IIE urdcreigled le-pfctluliy:: MISSOURI' name by Hotis! -; i ,
SPRING A\D srIlER STOCK Valuable Plantation in Leon and the public: generally that he has List for the restoration of health.: It oj crates upon less of the injury thc infi-cted: riJ-Vc.; :., t'1. i r''*"''
thestopiac'i.' liver. !tnl l ether digestive organs, '*'
Business STATE LOTTERIES i con"iinir ant the marrifictu'1: >i" .. .,.. .
Retired from
COVFEHINC CF FOR SALE. rail;I.y; but rvVfcr"uMy. :.11,1 I J-C'ui rl''tdru 'Lera will n"t readily i.l>ar.di-n a l"ji>'n" . '
Good Clotliii' Hoots tnJ Shoes Fancy I I ('r to:condition essential to the hv-tliLy discharge: i while! *
Dry ? I purchasers be .s.
{, r "lIE Plantation: Inown a- the WhltaVer place" can imposed wtt\ twtt1alese ,:
fuaetitici cf nature.r.ldeily
of the
4 Goods, Straw ami Millinery Goods, JL is offered for ea'e.' The Land lies about b miles I GGTE TO HARPER'Snor FER-.y ; Capital Prize 870,000-! : CtSC'ii4 may ne the Bitters daily ts I tlmrartur. *

I Groceries and 1 "'oo.leulrt', North of TallahcFsee, nnd consist i of 22SO acres of I k.s he any -- -- per dircitii 03 tIc hfittle on.lll..y will finl I J. BULLOCKE A J. B. I.OrKT :ACt

: V/atches and Jewelry! A.C. us poo-1 Cotton Liwl n* there is in Florida. The Intention of to Texas in it artimulant confutt > Church St N, v a .k
1 Going WOOD, EDDY & CO., Managers. r-eculiaily mlnjteJ to i Sept. 21. SCO. 9-ly
and other in fine conditionand
dwi-IIings building are
I which I offer fit flitonislitn* !10 tnt tl.atLe will .leclir.ing year a* if is !pleasant to the jalite, __
a price fully rc.crJ The Managers' Offices are located at Wilmington,
ore nnumlly good. The is o.Teied fjrcale Tlfu
Grateful for the the invigorating to ll.elf\\t!. cu client as tonic.. GREAT UYCXTIOX CriitL:
libcial! a'ionr.ee heretofore brI I fur divisiou the L.r.. '"or particulars fume c4'1"J Delaware, and St. Loun, Missouri. AGE
among ,
r.r.d We have tie evi-
stowed rpon me I reffxctfu'.ly! rolicit a coiitinuance I i BLACKSMITHINC /-_ -\ -. _w_ __ rejuvenitting; gen'rally. I .- J----
: p. nf the trial.B.rae, and intite the.public to call mid give I* II. B. WIIITAKER. EnfielJ. N. C, BUSINESS : I Ii The followingMAGNIFICENT: dunce who Lave tf thousands cxprriiiice1: of the rge-l l ern-fit i-icn of aud using women thisrrcraration I Gear's: Machine for Cutting, Pb" i' g. !'Il
os a Refpectfulir.LAWKKXCC
OJ1LMASS. or F: W. GAMBLE, 'faallafilef') Fla. In all its val ou* branch I SCHEMESwill tthile! putTering from tuiuacli .lernngM.ientsan'l ding &c., In-egnlar! Tories in Wc d
May 26, 1;>GO. 22-tf mouth from this; 1' deiilily under
i os, one i general ; acting
April H. SCO. iMYEES be drawn in public under the Superintendence --0-
I ___ The Cli.ttcon! Mercury will "h'nfe copy inwetlly date. His shop is frontin :i the educe f.f physici-ics, they l.are abandoned
: till f..ilnl I andsenLI!_ !! to K.V.. GanIk.I71cxr I C* on COO foot street, J'- .-:: ; of Sworn Commissioners, appointed by the Governor, r.l! ilv letcriou' ilnig ai.-l fniily tested tlor.itrn : i TIIK 1tnJp"i iftned Laa tM.i. me thi- ..rr. fI .
] & GORMAN :0.- I Ilt to us and sell this viiTinl.
; s:ioT opposite the 1W-Office -- I WOOD, EDDY & GO'S. LOTTERY. (.f this ?"Ii<'t. A few words to thegcr.ilcrsei. I Horida.and; be now .1T..rt in.liv'tiimi ill ,.'

HAVE RECEIVED, per recent mrirah from t and in tl." rear (,f Mr. ZuLet'o Harness SLop, where !Class .N o. 358 Draws Saturday,July ilS, 1SGC Ti.ere ar? cerdiYi) periods when I IJiirl.ts f., wlio desire! ,. a.- : ,
Jefferson nny to I .
'a'o&r! a r;>!endid asoituie'it cf |I PJant-ition in County. I Ijf iuttn.li to carry on the bustacs as it should le I I their cares arc ro hanging: thai: many of theta theM-chias; I lie may in pur ,"
.ione. Feeling grati-fal for the literal patronagelictilofore 18 Numbers..13 Drawn Ballots. sin'. tinder tlc! Irb! The relation of nmtlieran I can s-en 'ruIII"I' : : .M ? ".
SILVER AND PLATED TARE T OFFEiI .." Eale my PLANTATION in Jfr.-i6..n l extended to 1dm lie wouM respectfullysolicit I child ia ?o aVurl-i.nply ttndr. that I the I the atop Of I.V.. Hoiv.n at the r.IL..I.f} r. Ii
1 Grand
; r JL COot1.' c,.:'Sist i of 1UOO ncr s r f fine Cutton continuance of Capital Prize of I I Depot. the machine M lap!. in j ic, I.MI ,-.. _
the his tie
4 COKSISTING OFKu ( same, hoping by own i.v.ijcr. clj>icially if I l.c joung. is cpt to I
Laud 67(; cre" clcarcJ.; anJ {.f this &00 acres are t adapted to cut a "renter Tanetf. ;irruia! '.
effort and
personal attention to render entire her health in her extreme t.
Kuivee, Cake do.. CupN Napkin Uiag. Silver : fresh.. This tract lies within !0 milts of the Poima- Fatisfaction. prompt II. B. F1TTS. : $709000 % I fvrj't for her Itt'ar.h own F''oul-l the period cf maternity anxiety r.nd.'I. flce:5 than any other y t invpn-i.J. I!. ;/

Salt in ca e 8. ic.Kne I cola i O'eorgia: R. R.; is \.dl watered and. aHjoiosc April 21, SCO.. lf( ; 1 Prize of fBO.Ol'O' \;< ICS Prizes of fCC arrive during the summer season, the Tear 01"body primly U equal to twenty,t men, IUI.I| ill sonic ki;.; r

';. German Silver Plated Tea Solid. Le Pitchers I large boefy of good pine land ata.uudiiij' a the best j - -------- --- -- 1 Prize of. 18,375 j|il| 65Pnzesof. 1ST3Prizsof. and niiinl N generally aggravated. Here, work much rcorc. It f''curi"lI/1I1, /7 : jpat-e: 'alf,

;: CoLe Baskets Castor. Candlesticks. Ac J of liiiilior. ApIy I t.E. war. E. AXDIR'O.WJr.. H. HILTON i 10,000 I i 65 Prizes of 100 then i i-s a necessity for stimulant. to rcciipe. from three to four fee' square i. .'life.j-IlI-an., "

: h flat Sfitof!' Jewery! in CUes. Brooches, Ear I W. GAMBLE, TlUhsfsce.tST 3 Prizes of 6.000 !I II I C5 Prizes of .. 80 rate the energies of lie Astern. and enable ilio quire but little power to hive '. }:v.-n' ki, a .f

.. .' RiD S, Finger 1ioge, ic, :. TlicCliarles'on JiV' .rj wil; JI"Me copy tri- j Anderson & Milton, I 3 Prizes of .. 4,000 |'I j C5 Prizes cf 6Q mother to bear 1I1 j under her csliaifiicg t\aYsnt..l neat anJ difficult! work :o Hs: bisildinj. t\Kll

ALSO- j B-efUjr till I f.Hbi.J and loiwaru W'lo acJrtrtiscr.Mav 3 Prizes of. 3,0001,810! Prizes of 40 > iliie mothers, Furniture, Carriage, Wagon-anil I Buggy |tuii<:,-:
I .t'tcrn.oys; .nt Iaw 1 rc!pcnsi > : Nursing generally
j a\ie ILfl Pocket Cutlery. Powder FLulc. Khot .. "A- ISC.il.""V. a-l.- I Aen ,- I 3 Prizes of. 2,500 27,040 Prizes of 20 prefer the hitter; to all other invigoraIcrs .tc. .te. can be turned out by it with k*:*iLmcneatne
l'ouche*Caps Wads. Wad ; I 100 Prizes of 1,000 j jh2,3t'GFiizs j I s> and Je patch.
(rsvleer SOLICITORS IN EQUITY I _. that receive the crdor! 'cirent cf phyhiciaus -
r- I JEll y
.cl.aum Pipes and a mppjy of thee I ForSale I -------- --- -- becaus it ia rgreealtle: to the taste a' K10IIA.11N
O.'tiniit Ha.
Mariitiina .Ijci" ;
amounting to .. .. $1.J'l1.9S0lir.L July 16. 1859. 23-ly
t 'iwue Latakid Tobacco. 'rPIIE PLANTATION Inown as "Dc Soto." lying formed a co-paltneri'llip in the practice cf I .eIl!l as certain to give a permanent increase -- ..--

t FOrP T*' low by ilVKKS; A GOR IA.1 :. I _L 3 ir.ilwi; E* t of Ta'laluucce ; it Consist* cf COO( nAYE, and will attend with fidelity and prompt. I i rinzE TO"iviJii-- TICKETS! LoJi'y etrcngti.! Notice.SIX

June 2. 18CO. 55 -.J f.Sent. copy. acres cleared: land and 240 in timber. ncis to any business enlru tcd to their care in the All those icifnH' to TvTcn Trc.Ls7?particularly .

New qu.rteij, ic. Apply to J7irci.it: Courts of Jackson, Frauklin, Calhoun and ". WHOLI TicK TS$20; HiLvtsflO ; QUARTERS ; referred ah>ve. lo bit: Fr.fTirevs frcmfevor mOD'1f after date the r.iicfrriaej i i Wit ?p'.

Dissolution.rpIlECopaiin C. B. OAM L'E. Washington ; ia the Supreme Court at Marianna andin I -- -. -- --- ---- --- .-- -- an-d I liy cirJaria. darr lairs, his final accounts nnd vncrlirrt ). rlt )"i \\t

II .1 liercto.'ore cxi thHrl twpei or T. J. PERKINS. the United States Dirtiiet Court at Tallahassee and Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme will i dysentery, ihJiprMion, Iu's ef sppelite and of Probate <>f Lcon comity, as ail mm .trat'r ,>n thr

L the S it,ciiJri. unf .lot

A MEOINMSS. was dimilreJ by mutual consentontbvSIUof : I : 4. ISG). __ 6 I Certificates of Package of 26 Whole Tickets f 299.00 EtiperanniiatC'l invalid. persons of frdcntaryoccupalion. I county and ask to be ,iiichartr th -.fr.m
'_ fTl'"UT Warn ---- and nursing molheri. will con u1t
Msy ln< All lajsincfi of the lira UIL 26 Half at 149.50 A. P. GllAMl.lXt, Adir
ill be n Gardner & White teller's Celebrated SU-asicU Killers a triaL .
LoiiicJ lj the /irai in --- -- ---- -
tign name liquidation.A u 26 EigLth" 37.37 -
I I SADDLERY CAUTION. \\e caution the pullic against I
: _._ .
--- Kying of tlie imilntun* cr counterfeits -
..* June IGtb. 18CO.CoPartnership.. II IIA J wH: rr.

i 3 r Medicine cud urg''ry.I HARNESSESTABLISHMENT. i BITTEHS, and see that ench bottle has I his final account and voucher t,, uir Ji dr>

i'r -- I T _*y_20,_1860.I_ 22_ __. TO HE DR4W.V" JULY, AS FOLLOWS : the words "Dr.J. Ilostetter's Stomach Ilitters'blown ,, of I'rohate of Leon county and apply fur final',

: 3IEDICALNTICE.Dr. Class 328 Draws Wednesday, July 11, 1600 on the tide of the bottle, and tiniped charge from the a JiainiM ration on the estate c f *M-

,) A.TTtWX. R.UPARKniLL.XD '1 I Class 310 Draws Wednesday, July 18, 1MO on the metallic cap covering the err!!, and liam Grimes deceased. lace of gai.J cotmt

WAtlJ lilUDFOCP,Jr., L. K. STATA EUTrpHE observe that our autograph signature: i is on the LEWIS RIMES; ; '\ ID'r
George Badger SUBSCRIBER ; Class 3.V Draws Wednesday July 25, 1860 I 21. 1160.&tm
UNDERSIGNED onterrd into a Co-pai t TIlL -:_-' 1 L.4l. Jan.
-- ---- -
JL nrrsliip on the I't <''f.y of Jcno. I860 nder '.he his professional services to the citizen purchased NEARLY ONE TKIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKEUT3 **- Prepared and Bold by HOSTETTE3&

firm of A. HOPKINS(t CO, f* transactor, ole OFFERS l'f' and surrounding country. the interest of the late 'I GMITH. Pittsburgh. Pa., and sold by Ml Notice.SIX .
t DAVID I! HULL in I 78 Numbers. .13 Drawn Ballots. druggists grocers and dealer tencrxjt7
Ot-beral: Mcrchatuhzii<; Bu" II('. t3f Omce AT THE CUT HOTEL. ..t 3
v, m '- A HOPKINS.ir Cl-lf the Carriage, Saddleryj ., o- throueuout; the United Elates, Eculii Ama-k I ; fr.
Juiiv 9. l >Co. ___ _____ tie tina: aCet oat neil l v'iiicl.rs '. i.e! .Oaaeg.
: )WAP.i' !'IUfr"iW: Jr .J j and iar1.ees! 1 ilu-inet's. (C.o I CAPITAL PRIZE Or $31,;<:). I riCa, and Ccrmc.nw.Sold
; ofProbate of LfKi rorntv. and allIs 1. I ,\ thai '.,
: ,, R. C. PAUKH1LL! ._ : 1.OnT, I En |1.)11; kept liy him, -d ". J Prize ..,, . I'..:.1.M'.. 217 Prizes cf ..C'(23) I I tr j. K. cnr.conr :; co., .7. \\(1\1 I I l :\ II'i> > | .;

L 11., STAYNEP. v 1 1 A. T or near the Capitol. In Tuesday night, lay i would the respectfully inhabitants! inform of ''X 4 I'.izcs i f 7.SOO (3 I'.izu cr ... 11)1{ I A CO., cud AMES & 1.1\'r.IAT. Ta1sb3- l ::fr1"I; : : :I "I i!:'i ; T T. '. : ; :<

_- 1 .l J .e.1.. ,_, -j r.hl Oopy. ; XJL let, a GOLD SCROLL or ARAUESQUE I LEON and lj.iinin-- -- 4 Prizes of 5.00; i f' G3 l'rz..5: ..( ... f:1) *.ec, I-'loj-lda, and J. \KCHI'i'IIK, riewJ e"I; :: :. .

mU'' '.T.rIX. about tw.. inches "':. A libtr*! ;. ; 4 1'1 izt'iI cf 2.(' 0 d j t Prizs of 40 rt 1:11. :Jarrh H'. 18r.11.1t:
Counties that lie will iti'.im. tl l > in all i's!
( : ttim.s _
Pen. & Geo.F.aE"R adNo. : < I' Apr.l'y. "iso-x 15 __ ___ __ __ _
4 reward will be given (cit its de'ivuv at the: nffi l'. branches, &t tIe Old. St-nd, \\hue ni:.>' be fund at 14) l'rizea L.f I.OUd Ii 1tt l'rize3..r ... goIf : -Iv _ : u

,' May U. tIC._ >. ____ __ 20 ____ _._ __ all times, )) I'lizeJ4if1O :, 4..45 Piizs of .. t, I Holier.SIX .
3 .dJ !Ltiont. I 10 I'rizea ct COO !;'7.0tO l'u:11 vf ... 10 i'OTICETOALL '
: Lnoiber. Jloclatrays, IJuggirs, Roal Wagons, Saddle, 23 Priacs "C .. wOO il Ii nvrt!.. (".-rib It" 1 r.': rd'.t; r : .010

BREAKUST HOUSE ninE f LUMKEli several mJIs I Jarurrs Urullrs, Whirs, Tiunks -t-- the ul1lifrsi"t.t a.rn.ni"r.r: : ft'. ... ".t.
price c> our reJL .
1 speclirely. after this day. will be 1250 5rej 1 Us tl.aiil fi:r the wiry IHx-ral ptlron1 fir J..h p57ahfl.: 'c..1. LIsa I I. "I I .- .r
:S p 1 I. r..t..f"re to.* Lino the tO.i? I Ii prc*1:rit l.ief':ill 1 nc<" LII'arJ toteJak'tf: :
ao r-
.I k'.vi.,_ ; a o < a <
: PAJn.n ff, Ulafve a C A.M., I>Y the Terms Cash on J>i'rcrr. I\ Of :1ri't And! in fiet arlicls nr"n ,
u naily : 'tii i ark t. 1 Ii 'l.t-tr '
h cv .i; i;...t or M.iun 'a ill do w'ell to I It w. b. HODGSON. !:\ kept every in such 1\11!establishment ; every and he Lopes by at.teriti.n i Wnote TICKET 10 HAUTE j5; Qiarreas sic-net i wcuH rl'.p"c'fjil I'lf-nn' the public tl it l.e Leon tv'.nly S; ...: l''EltJL.r ;: :'i. '.

.. a.ail GOO(tljf'm) : '\M ".r ('he ado-al.t.aue to I.derived! trim I L. C. 1.\\ LNDER, I j to the intertt of Li4 ct tcollll'r". to merit a ; ci &ifi.tl5 of Partaffen; in the abtlTPer.fr.1". to I still! enl\tir.UlS IbMctsIl:1A4z r.". 1 CO. :-e-n

Ie a BREAKFAST at (I.e above Station ampl MaYl5. '80) 51-8n A. S. NUtS. continuance of the lx .d ; tS.rS3 : _
Lime. I patronage so liberally < ': be drawn each W,tnrriij.! trill be sold at the fo!

.4.* r'ar'.ill.n of r.fT'tduJ the [1. tLe tupanfur costfortabN ; Planter's-Hotel.---- I upon bs pr.-tleecs.or. J. E. PURDV. ; lowing rate, which is the ri,.k: In iITlftot.rtnetl'! l ,-- -- :-;-.;'.:\ i BiacLi13Iith lIvtica.

came.a ; Certificate of of 2C Whole Tickets U'. O at the tLITAN1) f.pposito - : : I
:' : 1\h.' c'h.: "!ii'l'r w *rl'es wiJ/ii-s to get to Mon'Kli: by tlii Train ;| rT HE Sub>eiin.T lnrii.g pjelta-ed tile pub'ic. tliatc\ ti'.l! continues the Agency cf the I C :n Half 7475 the Book St I >rand \ le !??1JJi I '

J taD invaiially be f"rwatde! br private Contevaree.i I|I _1_ tl" nlove. Hotel 1. refpectfu'ly: in- .,u 1 well known and justly celebrated 14 26 Quarter S7.S7 Lopes by 't'-iet r.t*'ntuin .i.. i = 1'. I )

.i 'I'ilOS."OOmmrF., AgrttMay fo.mhieeral 'ii.-n"Jfl acd the I ;P"'HIC U" rn- S|{ - -.-- to hi' l>u i-- < tornerlt L51': ;}. 1
j H7irr.Vr ijWilffn's Machines.Tallnhasste ,
19. If6ri. 21. i Sciring a coi-tivnariC": of n 'J/ .' I
that it is now o;><*ucd fur tl. 11(- In onlerin Tickets cr Certificate', enclose (I.eem'.unt oot -
I j nmodatkm of PUR jlANENT and I TRANSIENT Sept' 4. 16:'. S3 i iI ? shaaref the public! patrouage. :' < .i "
ICE ICE !!! I of troney to our Micg,. R>r what: you wilito 0'Z. : I ..
j HOARDERS. O. C. TOWNSEND.Tsllaliawc. ; .
I purchase: name 'he Li-tterv in which! yon xiUh it
SOLD ia any quantity. fion I.'" House. Fend : April 29. If 60.. 18tf. :! A. JOHNS, invested, and whether you wish! WLoK, Halve or He t1.e would also that 5nC'rri Le- -.--. = 3' I .' .
----- ---- --- -- public '
blanket: .. Ac. (well! mirUd to prtvect I kinds Quarter".on reo.t'ir.t..C which we Fcn'i what is ordered .
Dcaler in and Manufacturer of all of has fitted a room at his shop! for lading I II
loss) with written ordr fi.r amount Prica Lost I -
required. I by fiist mail to;etli-r wih; the fc'itrae.ImmiKltotfly .
.. I acts, per Ib frr Ifo! limn Ii..' pounds. To regular i TUESDAY EVENING LAST a small !i AXERH'Ay AND ITALIAN after tl.e drawing, n Printed Draw. J1 .r.r 0 a B. J1. i. It S I !
ON milE nLACK ::ITII-, =ii s ix AT
daily custon.er* (.r l iO ILe. ?* et". per Ib. Liberal cf HANK BILLS denomination *5's and I inij. Certified to ly the ConwieHoncrs, will be Bent Pictures taken from a Email size up to a cabinet:

,_ deduction f.ir larger qunntitiep. Packing in cask,, $lti)>. as well as recollected on the State Bank of.tFh.ida. I' MARBLE WORK with an EzrIsnatiun.Purehoer anal life tize. DACf:UEEOTirt.s copied: and enlargedto I J. bmnches ill )he carneil) "ii :e-hereiofiir all bOLD '

Ac, extra charge all lUiIroaJ! charges paid here. The 611.lt'r will he liberally rewarded'by O1TD1TTS, will please\ their signatures plain.; lifj, size, either on piper or canvass, ready for STAND bv tInt nwii-rfiKnoi.! ,who P'JIJthanks
,' Terms Cash. leaving the fame at this .,ffit'i'. I BOX TOMISS. TABLETS.1 HEAD STONES, AcC7T I sod give the name of their pst Ofllct,County and paati; ; < W::. KUIINS. I for and 8.liis a coulinuati f il. ,'
iierviuioi--\ ,!;.r:1 cstti-
t. Yard the Tallahassee Fla. ,
]IPfi'X) 22 near Capitol. State.
Past that it Miy 4Jy. ____. _.__ Oz'all and examine 11Oy
experience proves won't do to lose I J3f" W.rk sold cheap as it can bo had elsewhere All communication strictly confidential. specimens. .tt July 1. 185 1.:111 D I t _
_1 time, trouble: anJ luoney in tr>ing to collect small Jan. 14, 1SCO. :-tC( -
1 rtil'a. A. P. CRANE, Agent. WILLIAM p. SLUSSER, I 31ny3IICO. 1'f.mI I All prizes of ?1,000 nod under paid immediately ---- -- I LACK-SIrllTillNG !
---- --- I after the drawing: -other prizes at the usual time uf

St. Marts. June D. LADD. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA New Blacksmith Shop. forty days. P. B. 13iOKAW'S.LIiflY -. StThiSCtlltERii : : :.j, .. "
tf. 1 Sot) 23 'I I II rI"UE
p M.vxcFACTcnrisor CorsEn.Tix \:D ShEET AND SALE STABLES ; > that I.e I.:.* t>|iriirii h -HM
I TALLAllASSEE.FLOr.IDA. ruur.cction will!, In* Livir.r :T4BLE.*. .It: 'II t.
SOtTHERN I CAPITAL PRIZE $0,000 /.rI''IIE Proprietor would inJL have: done all ff 'ti"-ti a.d
I \ I ,
fr-mtheM f! tusetoi /
t. -- Si. forms\ \ friends and theiiZpublic % ; -
d E I..Q-VV Stovn Itcml-Qnnrtcrs. i tliebuii.!ir.ga'lj.>itiinthcI : DRAW EVERY SATURDAY. ( I
that be has rebuilt his : hIor.r. SliOr.I'\O 10 tie n..y I btt r.a"
I of Mr. E. B Cia k. i
j .\ SPLENDID assortment of Coo'iing.'Parlor bt I Shop Z\ ---- -- arge Brick bUblrs, at the old stanl and i 15 now ), and will Ue every rnuVir. t-> have ''
# 4. i .-sand Wood Stoves trimmed with neatnessfrJanmrv &
j & where lie is ,
and durabilIty. at reduced prices. "C"I McgmniM' He also Las attached to his Stables, a good Black- I'. 51: GRIJKAWI

Out Door Work. now prepared to perform =-9- t-; Orders far Tickets or Certificates in any of with Shop where he will have have done all kinds of I 1. IF:!. _-

all work including .-__ I the above Schemes to be directed to Plantationwork, Horse shoeii. j,aud Clrriagework in I
Roofing Ornamental Front Heads,Guttering.C\P- Iforre-If freeing, tc., I
Wilmington. theverI best manner and with and abut i Notice.
and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead Sheet intrusted to his charge, in the beet manner and des promptness
per or, WOOD, EDDY & CO.. St. Louis Mo. ch. I
/iinc. Lead 'ipes. Pateui Oi.tern Pump. Shop work patch. JOSEPH H. ALSTON. .1 months after date, the tindenizned will T"I
I t2? Circulars containing Schemes for the month November 18S:. 44 I SIX tilt Ja-if
of every variety done at short notice March 10. 1860. ll- m Sentinel copy.I _. Ins final accounts and vouches 10
I will be sent, free of by addressing as above. -- --- --- -- i-Sicm
expense of r Probate of Leon county as ex alniotllr
City Country Merchants Just : tT:; The Drawings of Wood, Eddy A. Co.'s Lot Carriages, Buggies, and Harness tor[ on the estate of V. V. S..rin*. .!..-*. .

Are respectfully invited to give me a call befote par Received. teries are published in the New York Herald. New For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. seLl county, and l11k to l>e di cbiir.cd Ib. f'rc:6.

chasing elsewhere. Per Bark Jfoxley from uVew York.A I York Times, New Yorker Staats Zeitung sad New 11. T. BLOCKER. L'x.ffiew A llr
I t:2?" N. B. All article mannfactned from the very rqjE Subrcriber has just received a
York 7. SCO. I- m
best material and warranted durable. No other art .1. very large supply of Carriages, i
ewill be offered for sale. SYRUPS CIGARS and CANDIES, I Buggies, and Harness which he offers

I October 20. 1855 42 Perfect LOT Cordial Raspberry Syrup, I FULTON FOUNDRY for sale on the most reasonable term. Notice.SIX .
Hose do : nl
I Lemon do November 18.1864. 49 MONTHS after the fir.t puhliu.n :
I Nathaniel Hamlen Mint do Pine Appl do TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.JOHN -- the undesigned eieeutor of I be li't

II Anisette do Strawberry do ---0- DENTISTRY.DR. and testament of N. N. Crar.cb Ilee tlle l lau.

COMMISSION MERCHANT, Orsng do I Cognac Brandy 1843, I CIRDY, Proprietor. Leon eounty.will present lii'. fmnl account all'arA

I No. 38 Poydrasst.New Orleans. Kernel do Champagne Brandy, -0- executor, to the Judge of PMte"f said; eooDtf

-ALSO- ask to be discharged. JOHN D. BRA CH.
-0- A large assortment cf fine CANDIES. Apply to i STEAM ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse power, 20-Cm Ex-co -
REFERS TOEx.Gov. March order of the best material and work- Mayl2lSGO. ____ _
17. 1860. 12-tf C. M. WEST.
.James E. Broome, P Tanaha.tse t-1. I mnnsbip, and as cheap as can be purchased in New Notice.

Gen. R. A. Shine f York or any Northern city and laid down in Florida. '=

A. B. Noves, Epq. )t Fla. yi1JNNO& I IJ Castings for Saw Mills, Grist Mills.Gin Gearing. maB 5"
R. M. Spencer Esq [r Newport & .iJ tc. constantly band. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 estate tf Bartholomew Holt, Of
John J. Suelliog Quiocy Fla. OIj; inches io diameter always on hand or made to order. T. J. CUR LEE I ate of Leon county are requested to pre tlb.

Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla. Z Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for grave WOULD return his grateful acl-Rowledgements ropeily f authenticated to the DOJ.rtl ipieJ.WIV:
SI' J. G Putnam Ea I- Madison Fla. $ FACTORS { : yar &e.Jobbing. citizens of Southern Georgia, and Mid- he time prescribed by law or they will be M"'

Augustus Steele, Esq, Cedar Keys, Fla. work of all descriptions executed with dIe and East Florida for the very liberal patronage I'1bd all those indebted. will tJI.h pyment;*.

Daniel Bell, Eq., Hamilton county Fla.T'oonhasvile. AYD neatness and despatch. All orders addressed to received from them during the past five or six years. fiately. W. T. TAYLOR. )

i: Ed. R mint n. Esq.. ) John Cardy, Tallahassee, }Florida will be promptly He will continue the practice of the above *- May 12.18SO. 80-8 _

it'i4. TTJ.<:?:,?.. i.'q r Geo. Q3rnrral l (Dmtmission 4Utrant5, 1 attended to. ion ia those sections of country and has made such
with manufacturers of Dectal Hateri-
Jack J. Marsh. Esq DuDcanvQle, Geo. Terms Cash. arrangements Notice. .
O r JfJ ala North as to enable him to put rcu. Mtta of 0
N.y. 20. 186S. 47 NORTH COMMEKCI1L WH1RF.i. up : lont an" the Si-si p4Il.licati.OII of
I It. te.etb. in of the popular modes at from tone SIX
.' any fifty finar
GREAT: I I 3STotioe.TITAVING > hundred dollars less than ii usually charted for tbwonder.gned preaentJii .
SOUTHERN INVENTION w 11. Tt\"XO I Special : and voueberstotbeJcdgeofFrohstcOIIIj)
: 'I'UXxo } Charleston S. C- the same in the South; (he.meant what be aayt)and e2Je.
11 R. : 1 purchased interest of Joseph Cardy them to be as ; a. executor of the estate of A. L FSsber,:
guarantees; PCIABLZ. BEAcnnrt
RONEY & LLOYD'S E. W. \'OWEU. l l ia the Fulton Foundry. as well as all accounts CKVICKAKLX as can be put up North or Sooth. r late of aakl county, end ask to be diwb* &*.

PATENT SOUTHERN 4--s- -- due the coocern the business will hereafter be coo- Those in i need of his service, can.. by dropping a ALFRED FISHEB.

TN the absence of one of our firm, Messrs. D. C. ducted by me. Those indebted will please come tote to him at either Montccilo or Mad, F1. ._April 28. 1860. ll- _--

P C VV. JL Wilson & Son of Tallahassee Fla, will represent forward and settle their have the work done and time to test it Iwfoc '

us, receive and advance upon all Cotton designed for I CARDT. pay.ingfotit. Notice.
RIGHTS to OM this PLOW in
4 INDIVIDUAL sold by Patented Dee. 27th, 18S9."TTTK us. HANCKEL TUNNO & NO WELL, I' January 'I, 1880. 2-Iy Oy The best references given if deairecL Q ---- ---- ----- Charleston. 8. C
December 25. 18S8. 8r O executor of thi4
FRANCIS Blacksmith. j bee the undersigned
call the attention of the pnblic to our new Jan. 28, 1860. 5 Sentinel I I .rd.1.tI
copy. II FOE
Tallahassee, May 12, I860. 20 V and testament of Arehihald Graham ,odII'
V PLOW feeling satisfied that it is tbe most I
---- :
.I Fellow Cizizens of< Leoo o86ty. will present his ficsl at't"OI.Jtf J
..onvenientaiu..l..ic and economical plow yet invented A HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER

i : Charles M, West, and mut when it has been tried supercede all Notice.ALL .1:\ the out-buildings which are pHE BOOKS belonging to tU estate of J. -r. : ,Hi xecutor to.be, discharged.to; the Judge of Probate W'. G. PO(.r VD&ta\O !,,, *'".

others. This is the opinion of experienced planters I, persons having claims or demand against pleasantly sitonte, on the principle J lIetJride'ahoy that many of yoo are *ne that I 14 1840.. I5-Sm.
DEALC2 fx who have ex.cimed it. We are are prepared to sell estate of Alfred Bryant deceased, late of I I and near the Depot, within a few nrra$ state. Ia sum. of II and npwards. The bOOb 1&nd I I.--April _..

GROCERIES and PROVISIONS I paUuts and rail the special attention of the public Leon county.are notified to present them to the endersigned ; meats walk of th,Capitol. It has :ecooots will be fouad with the subscriber until the : w !l be made to :the a "

that those wishing may secure them scon. The plow within the time prescribed by law or this '; OD ao'excellent WELL of good .' lit of next July waen lhey>nn> turned over to I! APFLICATIOX AswaoWy r tbt1 tl

OEXERALL ? ran be seen at Lloyd and we will leave patterns notice will be plead in bar of their recovery; aDd all ) Fluit Trees dc: ,which make it very convenient.an3 .Sheriff with tMtmetxnu,(9 GtOeet -.To l. doe I trra Clwrttr( a Rail Road from the ** r.:'.

A LL orders accompanied by tLe CAlK vill meet I distributed at different places venr soon. persons indebted' are requested to noake payment desirable to one that may wish for a pleaaaal aStoaoo. -.. otic* tliereof and govera Tonrtelves acenrdn; Jy1' I I Tampa Bay to the waters .f the .t Jt

JLJLith: rrompt att nion.Frb. KONftT i LI/TP. immediately. JOHN A. McINTOSU, Ad-n'r. CaLL AJTB six IT. JOHJT BOWMAK.Tallihswee &A'BPENCZBFat'r. at o.- near Lal Jsp.FaV.U .

: 11. 61:0. ( :r ScLtxel: copy. Jan 1 11. I ISC( 3-tt I hay 3. iSfin !9w Feh. 18.15. 8 l"Tpt'f' fIrth :c.nr.f. ,11 June 4, Sir .6.


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