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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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-C'e' l anb n iut55Qnr! AMES & LIVELY Sketches Or the CarnUfates.GE -! -. exceed the imposing and fearful appearance be Jougbt the first battle or Tbsca1a and the peculiarly so jn the u.jutur aeiou. After

.. J03Krll LANE 07 OREGOtJOSF.'j :' of the torrent of :assailants which at this mo.mfnt 10th flf November encountered Generals Re I reaching the Rb' Grande,through snow storms

S. WhOLESALE ASD RETAIL sw'pt alor.g toward the lillle band ofLlOe. and Torrejon at the same place, and r cp' of eight day continuance, and when neither

MILES NASH & CO. LANE tim secoull son ofJohi I.'me tured train of thirtJ six laden boo grass nor timber' for fuel WEre to be had Lane
The long lines of infantry presented a wagons
-DEAuns: IS- and Elizabeth Street was born in !North Car.olina. in PueMa md Mezicc I and his guide differed a to the route that
conlinued and unbroken sheet offire. But longing 10 merchant
VE.\.LJRa INIRrcs on the 14th of December 1801. InIfOt a should Le followed. The Governor wanted
few in numbel' In thanks for this service the merchants pr'isented I
their opponents, though were
) p PuNTS, S the father emigrated to Kt'nturky and undismayed, and defended their posilion wilh splendid sword to General Lne.- I to strike south ; the guide insisted OD keeping

9 settled in Henderson counh' lIe had tho I with him Hays, I the old rout They parted ; Governor Lane
On the 22d. taking Colonel (
, lEJICIXES() lt1 OILS I \.\ \5 Intuit of h'ing sprung (rom \"olutionary! a Several gallantry times worthy I observed of the the highest Mexican prai3e.-lines, Captain Lewis, and Lieutenant Field Wilb undertook to plot himself. and hi guide re

.. stock, ad If he lc:1rned little
.r.Ii I else, imLihed turned evil. Had Governor
1aUL2 !1orm their f1 n.11 and tb. publlc.I Q galled hy the American musketry nOli shat.I one hundred and fifty horses and one gun, forboding Shave
e ,, ,. Land ., many stirling I kssons patriotism and glo. Mat.iuoras where followed the guid'j advice, the party would -
.
:.J : ,1' : on a: : < d 1'1.tnlenl of.00r ; tered by the fearful discharges: from O'Briens Lllne started to surprise

" : -I-I :.. art :eneraIlv I'pt in their line ..f hUE int'lII s. ious results from th" 'Mers who surround'd I break and fall Lack but their sot were collected a large 1001'lt of Mexican met the same fate a did that o(Fremont
;
battery
or,!It'>f' r.4.(ivi! rcularIy fresh lupp1iea. The, EDCTALLIHASSEt\ thc Iu'arth.stone ofJlill hovhoo4j. At an early : and thoutmd trongly For more than twenty days he made
awn posted
soat.lrd
i _. cessive formations beyond the. ridge .nslJle supplies, one
.t ,1Iw l\ rt'I\1Ah14 ht sflltC'd! lot Itiniseh
age and enteaed ticuiploy and finally to the Mexican
..... them to 'force the men back to their position in a fort mounted with artillery. Form \ cme vilag
: priI9thIS5S. 14. of itlwni..llbrt I
: Clerk of the Conity Sonora where he
of Santa Cruz in
: he the word the mounted ,
FLAIJ slain.
secretly gives to
and quickly replace) thoe who were ing ;

P. L--WARDEN: t nE tnw rct'iC'i" .a !arc: ard! (re-h supply of courtly Court.(otimI!In J91!became be went clerk into Wlrwick i .\ the p! :atG.I authorities on this great fight, men are at the base of the wall : itt m instant regular trail On reaching the Gila, seen
in
: ,
of the
t a I I11 who killed two men
vzuloths 1:1.Q : 1-1.. every tahIt ( f r.1 lieI.i!! k'pt by Dru..;i.s.PL.l.'rL'l hou flIarriod ill mercU1I I r.s wd! as parties wlao si-rred with the ga they leap from (tho saddle and spring upon men ,
ee tl.l IS20. a lirl I of that seAt back afler them and shortly.
, ;. i'll)' 1CjA.VS. I-'it'iich young : I Lint brigalier from In\liala: ul.ite b extol, the fort, losing hot one mnrt, and puting were ; ,

(: .rd othl'tI m Ilhr11 Cud at this estatilietmertft.11 and! Irish Jttr:1l'tiol1, and fdtcon: his c'lllhct ill !". the Mexicans to fligLr, with a loss of eight after. five others, with a corporal, deserted.
.Q t1 drst! : r1udrllt( a the btiiks of tht' oi: ', ill ing gloilg: t. rm )
Yanil.'r"urgconnl: r. fearful of starvation if they proceeded.
11e eupply tlr ever tLinri lI'edeJ in our hne ard.all fin As f..lnp cnrnmenci d the fi6ht oil (the 2:1.1: before Lane could ty the havoc. Assuredly
Ioend tf'rn. us t1lcoy.an lie 1tJ in :;uutl.t'rnYa.ktL Yoiig Lallo fonll IJw\nh. the mall of tile .. On the 2d or March, 1849. about six
Mf'TIlr. Sitftr Flue P'3ff'd' War any : Ie did svell as tht
and
illinois $
'. so WItS he in at the d..ath.! 'I 1 hI surprise ltamora:
OrJpra IIY dii1 tlr c.tbt'r\\'ile pr..mplly at. people amon whoii h,' had cast his lot. I Ilt5.2 In months after his departure from home, be

a z:2'z: :! L!! :F l.c"!': C X tended ta anti! filt'd wit), the FalO.. .... ..-. apr.onz.Iy IT theta Im.rel.". tli"itlp.. I." .... d..c.tetl; t" K'ntutky rcgimt'ot3. 'un.-dn; sorely were ttnty 'five. prisoners gith he hiheratectt..rpfom. dir.ivcJ softly iD Oregon City. jouue7

LL..a.CE. FLOItIl>A.. : l'trch..1 by CWi .'mf' .. To Ca,1 and the Iudiant: Legi-Lituin. toil touk his feat I:0tIQ (alIi.i/ l.rk um for :a. torih.n! t4irg.. by tl.ocolled..d On hi ruturn ((11.0 ,) t.c cn.emy. cost the Government 'L. Lane

prl'mrt time buyiw fotl II.thll'ot in aIingtIfl we '! infmtry Santa; Anl1:1, when LanE, emboldened by the small number of nohin-Genera

i WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. ( give; tLem tlJtire: 1ot1.fil."tion.; Our STO1K cot astolli..hrnellt of many old worthies.. wounded, with the Indiana Lane's troops being in the ratio of eight not making any charge hi expenses .
came
;,rIa;:,. 3l'O -.- Ofl the Ohio, Lane becamlf eotrl'nwl.v:: )' thought lip besides which, be aided largely subsisting.
The
:?ill..irr tr".L'lrOl'1 ol'tr sig' POI l luhiras antI with the 1is.igsippi H'girnent, under 10 one, made a stand at Galax Americans
men,
: Ie March 3. Hod". 10 Drugs. Dye ShIlTS' a good neIghbor rnd a man of :. Cohnd Jefferson Drtis opened a instruc- were faltering under the terrible fire,, the troops, the greater part of the time, with
t.nlug'l
I !dedaeinei VarnisbeChemicala ed hospitllit.Nt'ar Ida dwelling the or his be both the
WS
S
product
: Live tire lie Mexicans, checked flt'ir when Lane, leaping from Ms horse, unlirn. rite :
Purty
Its H. BERRY hIlS a liar, whIch never fails at low water todetaill upon and the the In tbis
t
and pH party.
i Perfumery, Burning Fluid, small 11e..t of boats. I advance, and enabled the retreating rgimentto tiered a gun, tujied it on the enemy
a Lane's farni connection it also be stated that daring
and Commission Fiutj, Campbioe it with ITfited 'he lod. may
AuctioDPer form and return to the contest. Failin" firing a segar. gtiu
Oil. Glass War", house had ever its doors the Mexican he subsisted his
open. war troops
MERCHANT.T.t.UIIU5U. to pierce the American centre, Santa Ann; ed with grape checked the enemy. .and, being wit
''me Soap. Window Glass. Mr. Lane was a earless legislator, alwtu: served by Lipuh'nants Field : Mc. less cost than that of any others in tbe sere

FI&.. Si-rI. !9.1i.: 19WM. FlUe T..ulh and Hair Manufactured Tor.uu.Ulu.Lt" \ : acting from a conscientious: belief in the trutlofhis retired from the field. quickly \1 ,'ice. His treaties talks" with the Indian -
1y .. P.tent )IedieinHrAinL views.and In this battle, where all were heroes, it i is loiinlI, settled the affair, and our troops ccturned ant

1f 11. !lcDO .\LD k CO'S., flruphes. Fine Havana SeM it and following them-up with spit the more honorahlfO to 6n\1 Lane, with four to Puebla in triumph at noon of the in I 'regon were condudP without
: undevialing vigibnre. Hei. to the .

t 2 rtt: X 6 :nisSi tt ;fjD1St, Suq..I.InfotJ1l1Tl..t"suited to PI:1t1t.atl. and Medicine Family Cheet'CH.PL"Rt 1a. however, a man of deeds rather than word or five others of him. partil'ulall.v:-" Slien notict'd.the here and i ia is lohlowing Lane's campaign day. from the departure from expense The Indals: of Ort'gon-f whom there

: wis 4t St. DUS-for: C1CD'.u. -though h does not lack tiu! to picture grape between and the
tribes-kept
;. 102 NASSAU STREET PurpoMJ.ALSO p.lwer cxPress ; musket shot fll.'w IS thick as hail over ar.thtough i V'era Cruz up to this point, was a series of were fifty sixty
I
. hii views clearly and orci"lr. whii'es in constant tate jeopardy. The
and 'irtories. A a
NEW YORK. brilliant
..-- 800 OUNCES SULPH Never in favor ofoxpetlitncv. h';, wa :11 I the lilies of our vfllanlecrs; \,1.0. begao rO\Cfl'nts his command wrote borne surgeon about progress and settlement oftbe Torgtory were
attached to ,
,', .:. ,'1.: .. I...1.t'.1:1'I r.b.'e. for rub QUININE.'I'I'ID. for what seemed to wu'er In-fore the Gl'rv storm tlaiibave
t p. rig-lit to him. When their InIS50.
ways by depredations.
ry : : LIla that the soldiers greatly impeded
.. .... II AME3.! I gl'ul'I\1! could! be seen fifty yards in period no wdtl.'rs-nl)
i it thr.t (Ild'iana
. ., lS.9. i wa1 thought overburdene'ith and a formidable outbreak took place on
, p. -' 4 iy 14. ) advance of the line his sword with -could with what ingenuity bravery
r ---- I IaA debt, wmld ba conplI.d to r"pudial, i it.le wa\'ing Lane ttl his handful of men. I nev.2r the Rogue River, in the southern part of Or-
chattered Liy musket ball
Iu.ia "U HElt SUPERIOR EURNING FLUID of tbe an mm alle:1d.r a ,, contucfd .
': J -- prosp''cts Cilsg'&CC which wnuld etreanting with blood! and ;nouuted 011 a nr- ," lie ad.s! .b.flre could: understand bow egon. Governor Line took the field in pt'f.son.

FHENE the!' bJ result to tl.e Sl1te: aroused all Li3 : cowards into brave men as collected a force of settlers, miners a

t PAPY & AllCHER, & I ir.ignant! t'n<.>rgies. lie _\'ouIJ not hear! of Ida charger, which was gradually sinking:; miracle.were" tlsform few officers and men of the regular army,
JirUOSEN"I: LARD OILS under the 11J5, of Llollll from 'five di..tinctwuunds. IJY
such a tLiag. lIe flt! it wfllld he attacked the Indians at Table Rock, and.
a dil1'rtc
tto"o.: :, sr 3 1; Lavv.1. f'r sale hy AMES tt LIVELYMa A br:1Ioight i'HIt'l'oi wa this !" Reporting himelr hy order, to the corman.ing

: \.1.; :.;.:,:"',,:,'. r:_( 'IUD.\. ., H. I39.! 20 to him. as :1 \VOr1iwgmt:1: : with: the.will :lnJ :\I.ljor.Gi'neral001, writng;: to L1nclay: general on the 18tb of Decernber at the after a desperate conflict, in which he was '
the slrenth; to 1.11.or, t I I..pu.hat! a clt>bt.- of Mexico General Lane received severely wounded, drove them from their po.
"
: J.-: .'. 3." that he is nlout to lose his valu. ity \I
The Original Extract Quality \\'kat \\'as it. th .n. to a State: of t\hich beW regrets with marked by General siton. F lowing! the success up with bit .
lIthe servict'8, anti t.fitirs to hiS readiniesso tllotion Scotl I
,. j 50no of the r'presentHi\'s 1 fIe tliJ..d accustomerl vigor. he 8 chatised
the intention of the to send severely .
J PEELER'S Corn Starch I do honor to his command, his country, was later <
. unliri:1ft: to a"'C'1 tit. aIMI lad the satisfaction of them that they were glad to accept any terms
the head
a brigade, on a fOrT3Id move.
L.COLL .CTIOl OFFICE TErAftiD ('xpreniy i.r Pud.ir :. ite Cream of his ef"rti :md himself. .\gain: July 7SIOl wiites, 3t
ID g seeiig! siccesfu!. for four weeks of.peacc. On several occasions, nothing but
1 I L .Cakes, B..nce Mae. .Cuotard! Pit". Porr lt'.deIt I II I Iln\h 8 'en )"i u in all silu1tions-at the ment Waiting impatienlly ,
In Gln'r..1 Line
T : .1a! "L. FWIID.\ fJolilics line always been Governor force or character and
eeeited Ire-I. by A.IE3 tt LIELY.M.y hend of in the drill Lane asked and obtained leave to take three Llnls cool
thereat
; ;-i, .<-'fie.. I" tl.. (':r\ t C.. rt."fC.lJ..den.. of the Jeuerson and Jackson S.hooL Pos. your brigade. audio could have; saved the handful of
\\j 21. 1S.9. 21Congress hundrt'd men, with Hays, Polk, and nss
.. ... ,, bllll of2d: and 23J and mounted
L .1.:1""' ,J'fl.i oU 1I1.J M4tii '". audtP ir.h.IINt ofFehruary ; .
fessil1g: a strong aol a memory rc.euLive which him on his Indian expe.Jitions.
the under the accompanitd
4Valker and chase guiei-ihlas
>> d.f'o.jt; .tw.o "f h. anJ of ,
fr..t"l t.% (4. ll : ace..unt. in the! course my experience I have seen
of fads and quick to usethem be be. !- He furnished the Deparfnt with
,In 111'1 iiajd C..ut1w.. Water. ('etv who behaved with zeal aLi notorious 'nobia. In his: expedition he aitost
Hi t Im(:.' .,.the c..l'il..1.opPolite the door of th.At. come tborougl} lIt"quainted with the history more ," tJ, succeeded in capturing Santa Anna at a lengthy report which, in Mr Schoolcraft's

.. .urn..Vi-, (;,tRr.I. ffice. A FRESH SUPPLY, jUt received and for IAIe and politics of the country. 1\Ir Yuleo well nnd gallantrY iu the hour of dlOger.: Andeneral rehuacan. All he of him, however, was opinion, is the only accurate account of the
got
AMES & LlVELY. in his "
Br
9-lr by 'I'ayior report, says, l'a.
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;
He has
bserves written
) with his The Legislative AssembLy
plouzhmd On the 231 of Oregon Indians
Ilis swords.
. May H. 18Z9. 20White her General Lane (slightly wounded January, 18S,
-. sword, aRt! spoken by his deeds ; arid, and zealous ) was S he marched into Orizaba-a city of twenty of the Territory of Oregon passed resolutionstonseying _
A. GALLIE
arth'e the des.
Lead. bough unused to the ornaments of rhetoric throughout day, :Ihou9And inhahitAnts-at one side, the enemy the thanks of the pople. and giving -

IEALER 1Dnr and lite'ature; be is, I'evert.ele,, powerful I toyed great" coolness arid gallantry before muched: out at the othr. A large quantity their fullest approbation "extraor.
EXTRA and No.l-GrouDd in pore IAn. and ..!l tbe enemy. of Indian
in debt1e. especially Ilified in energy" Superintendent
PURE hoary
received arid for sale by qu been transferred of Government property was confiscated for a
Oil just to General Scott'sJile
having :
GOODS PROVISIONS AMES d: Ll\.ELY. itical and Presidential conflicts 0' the rO.1! ho 11.1 Vera Cruz withhis tbo benefit of the United 8tttt's.. He next fFairs. Few says one or the resoiutions.
.
; ofoperations 1'11<=
j May 21. 185k 21 to overwhelm Ihe opponents of : command tlu.6th tonk Cordova, confiscated more property, arid .could have accomplished so successfully

- .4.XDu"l.'IUS lie supported Jackson in ISN: '28 antI '32, on ofSeptember ISt7.On releas'd number of American prisoners. his kindness, integrity and frmnes hve
the 20th, hc Set out for the city of 3I'xiro : vat
Ouan and Current Je1liel. Prunee -
. r : I.'Y GE.YER.4.L. LEIO\S. gave; his voice alld energies fur Van Burea hed of five L'cruiting his men PoeLII, be is wandlringthroub to secure the bonds of a lsting puce
: Ardill Pickled Oystre.Brand Pe:1cb- ( :1t the two thousand hunched a ,
II
. e... I" -........ r .. ,' IJr.ut-4. Pine .AI: !lAud in 1 S3G and 40. as long IS the Jattl'r follow. this force the mOl1tlins in search of the enemy! with the tribes surrounding as. Assm
: ; : 4FIEINSUItANCE e'.t increased !by
.
.rl.l ( : .I ; 'lip. nl Jahipa WJ,1 ,that while GOY.ernor .
belief
n hI5 their
I.lr01"III
iier.t1r..rn Gag .eir.ouSyrup. .aapbtrry loot9fritt f1"fpr. 'snr" the third! he meets and disperses the thy aU expressed
tie'. Strawberry: 11<).. Pille Appk: J,)., and Oiu- ami went ( ISH lIs: atH 'lt'y'ind I IcarnC'stnt'ss "..r)4"1 ".1,011) 01 nnthoasnn.1... men. 01 nd ot d:1X be acted for the best interests of the
ami :1t erotl by a company u. .. com ''1"1 not
: J"nleoL1n
-- .ifl.men
,
f>r .1.... R"'l'herrv Vinesr. Frejb ::5almon. LnL.oter.Ha.'I(1. were cont.ou3.!! and could ott .. otlJ'r of faln"II
IItiht.it plaid baJ. AssolteJ Pickle! two of volunteer infantiy and t\\'o >i" .J the ( tr i C1SvitNct.43uoji
: : but infuse into tho"e about hint nnd into the to the Capital on the 10th February acce'son o
I.j ..IL H&1'D; : Y'.I\E! : : nlRnCE rooI or :utiilery. \t hit timA Colon 1 rcturs ce in
tend PUller. uecet The testimony
Scohh Ale eded. ,
pulJlic men of the State generally, the ipirit acing been absent but 2.1 days.A I per) <= ho\'ever
\HYJ.\\\I.\: 30,000 Havana Segars. Chi'.ls of tile r"gulnr army, hiesieged in Dt'le.
I yt3
of his worth, sent him Congress
which had ld him to so honorable ; out againwih a
a !
: promiinco. few
,
\ ... ...:..:h"l iou ISV "trf' on tJlI uuat terms Am::): .k LIVELY.May2l,1S9. Pu' bh hy a large force under Santa Anna.Chihh daJsntrhiseturnleturns in which position he remained until the
and comrades to
the brave hardy rate
21 n same
I F. II FL\Gi, AguLL. .1'
.i......... n.ffrIr1..r IS. 18S. 51 In the spring; of IS-t( the W1r c.'omme'lcec1: : knowing the importance of the post arrfst acid punish Inrauta, a noted robber Idmission of Oregon into the Union, when he
I md his officers nUtI soldiers
-- -. Cod Liver Oil. between the United States :and :Uc"tico and obly held out ; ehi.r. who had been perpetrating such atroe. took his seat a a Unite states Senator, bay.
nnimated hy a like spirit, exhibited the mo..thC'roic to that eminenceAs -,
Edward M. West Call was made India'! for not paying over mucb-r little ing been previously eleced
n I upon ns very
AND PURE of thee..l..brllted Brands" fortitude under iit's
numerous privttions.Tht'y : General 1 Lano
then Jnt."IUL'r of the VOlnntc"rs.\1 of the courier Delegate from Orton.
FRESII Lant>, a tn the belong.il
\
J Co. J Rnttt't's. -respect person
Clark
AUCTIONEER&. COMMISION MERCHANT, knew that to gain time was to gain vieory un-remitting id advocay of the in.
For NIle by AMES .t LIV tL: Y. irnmeclia.'tly resigned, aid to the British embassy, and other more wa
ALLAII.\SSEE.. FLA. ; for Lane was marching to their r..lipr. crest of the Territory, sod untidnz in his e .
21UST When the American
May_:H. 159. \Vllkt'r's company ns a pri\'at tally atrocious doings against
hii. Santa Anna also aware of Lane's approach., into the Union. The
admission
Iinn to COl1signmf'nt. forts ( her
pr..oivr att.-flUflfl met Itt tie rC'ndl'zvouNeV, Mba- the City of Mexico on the 17tb of or
regiment .eaving
Alii". & Li'rtly'l FCEIVED-A: 111pply Mr .A LLE."i'8 exertion to the hystorm. the ..'
.1.. 'lIre. 11.uuans next d..r to [ Lane was takl'n from the ranks used every carry pla'e t surprised Tulancingo on the Oregon Bill being under debate in IOUS t
y-Jnse1ih! e
M Zilobalsamum F..brary.
!>rut? $ton. [Dee.17.I89. J Hair Restorer and Failing in this, he cautiously with the 10th or February, 1859,
-- ----- Fur sale by AMES .t LU'ELY. by the unanimous voice of rbe men. and its dawn ofthe General Plrfdl's escaped on

POST & MEL; Mayl.18:19.: 21 ced nt the head lIS Colonel; "oJ in a very drew[ the main body of his troops toward rrom his Led.21t. who Lane learned, L"ne contended that there was a popols.
IJuamantla, intending to attack Gen'ral Lane sufficient (0 entitle her
the
tion in Territory
re'. days afterward he rt'ceived-unsught( at Tebunltaplan, Lane, Ito
rogu.
N.M ERe H ANT Linseed Oil ill the rear where ho had passed that point, WAS wa:wi.v admission. On the 12th. a Msssachusetta.tepreserttative .
COM MIS I S I 0 I English and unexpected by hilll-a commission from esiring to throw him oil guard, remained
while another force would assault him from whether itOr
61 ('()yd..:, 1'.t 'c.t'l, PURE ARTICLE boIled and raW. For sale reideiit Polk as BriaJicoI! Gene-al. On a day and a night at Tulancingo, gave out having inquired
1 A the 9th ofJuly he wrote- a' letter of the direction ofPut'bla. Lane's scouts, how. that he returning Mexico, set in )'egon honM be admitted, and be. Lane'sd I Ih
C.LSk
NEVV OE.LEANS. _3. I.y tile or gall\u. acrep'tm was tl of
were neither deaf nor b1itld. Ha divinoed in the other end or die' Capitol r
JtYES J: LIVELY.M.iy <=e, anti entered on the command! or three ever that direction, but about dark changed his a voice
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'S :t1.! I5' !1Compound _ the l\fexicnn's plan, !nd frustrated it. road he vote to relieve Kansas ofthe efectof
- r eginients forming his bri :ttlt>. Two weeks course, and arrived at I ranch on the to, \olllJ
uii rc to train at San Antonio 'famaris
" L I :after ((21th OfJUlV! .) II" WItat Brazo!. with I LE'lvinhii/ and eighteen miles front in the English Bill.
Tehua1aplan
Gentian
1& : "" 'II h. l.h. .1 1'.rl.I; : t'o. TI1'.aa'ee! : f1I. ..:\. witla a sJithhle deel1l', Line marched against On Lane rep'i.d' that he bad not come there tomake
.. nll his men, md conelll.I",1 the report noonri.ing iirtv.4.iX hours after leaing
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Tulaucngf.
I j ., I.,..1 H.jl...lA.rriid... .%: I'amc-r.C.' )1..Iic..n.Qats : .. .. t I UJ::E. r3LBFt'TFlS .fl.1{&' I (' his arrival to G -n. Taylor in these I. Ilumantla with over Iwo thnu and mt'n. On the 2.tb he was at the were any bargin. He was an honest man;

.. .. I ,. iafala.le:; remedy f..r lie niorning or the 9h! Octoler the people and i'f he shou'd be 10 go into the
.iarkir. honor under permitted
to and
- I 1.':L..i it no11bau. Zt. % : n: tire Ra I words :- The bigado:i I b:1'ttlC: I II one thousand la Ict'rs gucUlas

:- ) Ja". II fi''"". I.v Vtt. .. j a TiI..u: : nn.1 all d 1 "i-dr.. nrin:.: (rum:1 derandif i iOolrll'i"u comll1lOd: i ia gl'lIC'rdUy in goad l health.b :11111 finepirit wl"e stntled' ly. the approach or the solciif'rs.'Yhite ColontI Montana and Jarlta ; and, as the Senate, he would exercise sound judgment

:, .! !. \1\"d.
[ .. J. :\. }t1. Klloou.t: l'._ 'iholiSviUe.Auuet it\, Lr: C.n"J.>i.I'! L.'w :st.t: :, ". W."I -! .11'1"1 ; anciiUS: to engage i-i n !I'rvlce. I SOOIlt'r 1:1.1: the 3d\Hlc d U:1rd. under meriCiflS entered Tehfiattaphan at and welfare of ibo coun.try. .

, : 14. 11:' '. 3O-ly tit... 4'. I-'r LIC. I I.)' L'CS J: L1\ I 011 tho '20th or.\u ust. he wrote' to Major.cneral Cnp'\' \\,11.1' l'nterl'cl thc town than \01 I (If the th, tii'.escopetabalis cams whistling general. prosperity hoped that: his official aCtiOn might

:,:.,y t1. 1 'I. 21GARDEN __ (; Butler, claiming aCtve St'l\'ice. I Ihit ut their heads front every bouse. Jenkins le
.il t :'ICDU'AI.1'1: :. If'aft 'r voile ataied! it. A clearllr com 31 b; the that he would do in al mat. "
I Lane had an idea that! the InJi .n'm'n I hit Us nr, p. 400, S1tlclt'd :\:- guarantee
charge then
SEEDS. 1I'letl. \'ai\.l.r\ a'l:1ntl'y! I believed to he right.
I : ; { ; upon .. ters what he le
11111 he 1General Lane Hays,
do was Colonel
raised to some fightin. I
J. It TtYLOII.j. s. BOND.Drs. were I Iot
I'Ir five hundred latteors anel two pioCst : the admission of Oregon
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ho
-rwta of :10150. after :\ I.v amid roceeded to urge
: ; : of llehy. The seoiid day : Polk, the dragoons

I Taylor & Bond, "'\-.'r E are now reCeiVing: a I large ftnJ cell selected! I hi'S imparient fetter to flutter he wrot, again to Getter.II t nrtilery! on the pl\7.:1.: (:'n. Lnn", :ulvan.ing II :dashcll adIIjo upon the enemy rangErs, fighting their way I bef reviewing its history front the time of its or '
> I helIl or his column, encountered! to the formation
\ \ A.'! urllnt..I..f St'( cIiioomprtllOan; the advance of at the : into the liouse down I settlements
of hand ,
I 1AVE .edate.1 in the ,tirselk.'of M.tjjrj:j Of- .tcn'iCeariety of the Lest and must reliable I : Taylor, cOfl1phitlin I he heavy reir.fcE'lI1ent ofSanta .\nlla, who hand to cutting onStitu'iofl. lie contended that it wU Iutan
at the OLD "TA'T, 44 Hr. Taykr.IIseeei troops out of their order of precedence.ithdUt .- I {'tory man who rt'fls'd to surrender. A par.or I the house
I and Agricultural Seeds. hall arrived with hits full force. Soon the and appealed to
Vegetable act justice
- ""' FcI.rwty I I. f,9.: r.; being disrespectful he .lcmand for or thp Mexicans rallied and forme.1 out.
: 1101. the gr.Ate rare has i rt's'u.mcietl from street to stre(>t. I and the ;
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-- battle
of
k'1t't'twnf let
In the our vote down amtI"lrent
roar led to every
I the \i iIlIli'y his command a share in the dangers anti bon. i iI side the town ; but a vigorous charge Ly :
iE'I'NA ol""f\'t'd and n' n furl her precaution' I Mexicans: confronted naked bill.'rhat .
k llip
cn ; For a short time ( I II \'ote I hH taken on the
tested before beitu of die active sen'ice. lie rellJestt'd that General Lane and Colonel quickly put I .
rt. I IUF or t1e Seeds il generally o its I Iif or lJs. admitted the ais.tlhood
with the despair
< INSURANCE CONPANY Toed for Bale; eo that purcb.s..rs may depend onrttillit I the whole volunteer corps was not tierdetiIn 'I their assailants energy ; I thNu to rout Ilrauta, was wounded in I Ithe day Oregon was t Feder.
, reliAble hut the terrible decision of the Americans oStates and that rtiht the
the moat pre. ,
anlor of
tbole that are fresh of action of finch State'sroops i npcd. One hundred!
the a part again es
0/ i' JLIRTFURD.Intorporaltd I cluJrl\dcor. AMES t LIVELY.Nov. I be scene selected. Despite his anxiety to go :II ailed, md their flag soon waved over the I Itl't'ac1lt'rou the confict.enemy were kiled however, among whom i iwcre al I City was alive with festivity in honor, or '

!6. 189. 47 A large quantity of am. A hand serenaded the President -
-++- to\\'n. I friend the event.
in. he bad to lemain several months. i.. a I Colonel M"ntaoa. and the bosoni "
In 19.-Ch3rttr 1 Fcrptlual.C munitiol') wits captured, and some prisoners I Iof "h'e P.estdent, Mr. Stephens, of Georgia
:
f Ail 1'H1k '
-It Shines Alike for mod irksome mood, on the swampy : I Padre ,lntll A hl bict'rnumbr
lar''lt3 !
l i -.ont' of whom was Major 1turbid'. son of I Gcneml Lan, and others. In response to a
<<-- his suffer-
tithe Rio Grande where troops wounded and svtr.fifty 1 1takt'n
"" I1.\I.I.E\OE BLAC'IilNG i is '.Ie were ,
C.\!n CAPI..A 1.-81.000,000. \iA8U\: .( arlide oj the kaI in uae. in'" md'r the sweltering atm,were dt'c'.l.ted ibe former Emperor orIl'xi: ( .). 'nlit! wa I rri50n rs. General Lane lust hut one cal Governor Stephens introduced General I
of
"" It I fC'E'r\ the n..I. 011 wiA': b it i i. us.l. rnkea.e : II\?the Ptt1Ieiitial d'iease of the clinat.It ...- the ltst! field 011 whil'h Santa: Anna ap'ertrectii : dIed d antI four Quiet soon :itw-flOw Senator dt'c from the State 't

'illIf : .q.r. AGA1\ST r..o'o"! \.xn n ntAm n' FI1ZtN : 1..\tht'r sift and pi.itik.: an.1 tItus) prf'vf'lJl i::. : Ii almost the only man of the brigade arms ;tainst tilt United 1 Stl\'t's. For this he I WOUDfd. the fighting\1 had 1 )re"onto the people. lie made a bri'f. ,
W:1S
TEIM4: AIttTEJ' Tn TIn: II.\zum.) its C'rtt.s i:1 nU citmatl" \ I rcslorld il bulwark bad
retain hrt'\'ctted that
warranteJ to MejorGerteral.having said
i Lane which lie a
.\ Dt1iTET WITH TI1lL..lW:) eh.lid le tIle dry cr I1I..i8t. W'IIrIl.l Cr'L.A ellNt1 Lane : ce:5ed ; the of' the Pa. :
t.oynUTWXn. atmopnre his train ,
: : :
01: : rejoined that day on hare
. of; tnjo'JeJtl. I length he was ordered to :IIt1l1o. andias takiiig with them pri5oners andqiliitity een .
C. LEWIS, ..(!!rnf, (' ; I..J Iia. fir a quarter a e..utury. ruived at Poehila OJ the Ith: of October..irnpelhnig .- 1 c.pitnl, teir I a"ainst Foreign invaders and a fresh .
comll:1nclmtof
mao1..in.t.It civil ulIl miiit1f.Y; : recovered that bad been
s.f ml'e of
"rid'1 \ ciic
good a : -
It. I
.
k.r Tal1ahaee and 'idnit, .f tberC'at ) (; Rhea to retire, lie nist'd theiege. prolrl the of the Uni.
perpetuity
ol
.. ii a movin lIIirr r.and adonistle pahee ( that p..st !1'v Major (:i..nzaI Blotler. here ('n. ( : ssurance given I
\ : :< 15. 17.; :>:; Lak: t'nkins' History crI plndert'd f.: tr rt'n.t ins. _
the
L"t of 1JcJJ ; Of the besieged,
the
nn,1 ChCdli av1illlry; Ion.
ht' catabiisbeti: a \-igiIint po'ice: protectinglie : Tht' battle of wag the last "

.. ." .' : . .. .. .. .T. W' CItE\UU' .J I \n..ll-lI1a n. it .UiTuses its genial .t.C..v&ces ptiI : and) 1tropert', and built a strong fortifica- .I thor nr with :Mexico saJs :-" Thprc emo fouht ill rexico.Tehu.laplan Peace was soon declared ; Whisv3s 'e Governor Lane \vs in Oregon. be .
Oft Like the Sun. tons: cm: 1g. more easily conce'pd than ex- for the Presidency by the Con.
ed.'III.. Call & Brevard, all I ortg and o.tlJdlli..DS of men antI caler.es their ion to provide against the threatened descent of the Us.ning I }but General Lme-who, not inappropriately, named revise i _
when caught sight to
ressd they :! assembled Indianapolis '
at
,
wntch. nntion
I to the and soldiers
e teem alll admiratwu. hy Santa Anlla. It was owmg styled his brother oflicers .
A't't01-n.OYS: a1; IaLtW, sabrC's the bayonets, and the \S Iy Indiana. The Dean.
flashing of
bin For .Ic ,1..lnnle sad retAil h" (ul care of his con ,!ential SCOftts and spits, i .the Marion ff the army"-rcmained some the State Consitution
.
.\1; ':'LI.IIio.lE: FLORIDA.I Mar. 10. .u(). 11 AMES J h: LJ\.EL his ,'ictorious banners or General Lane, ns his ocratie StateConvention.. which met ".bU
of pock.et.
., liberal out own the
secured months consequent
oe- AVING "Ciat.-d themselves in tIle pucticf'tlr hy p J' I the almost deserted I I directing movtmtnh I his I
I "nrmy wound through now presented
I the 24. 1832: formally
T that lIe enabled to ommu.icatt the return of our evacuating ary tJims
>the was 01 '
I"ionlll't'rC'K"rllc trops
1. ti.Lwt.. .ffer tt..ir rrC>'( Just Received : I and when his sounded their upon 1 _
; .' 111"Y Wall pn&f."lice in the CIrcuit t"ourti otz. j : first intelligence cf th,. l'aptureof Majoraine's str'cts; trumpets I the nqot>red land, Lane remarked to a friend, for the Chief MagistaCy. pledging te .ot&

- .. lltd IiIitrar..tl.e Supreme Court and DgstrictL1.n NaaaortmCutofSTERLU10 SILVER. VARE I ; ro mAnd. While in command at I shrill notes of defiance. every nun hr'athc,1freer 1tft my plough to take the sword wit a of the State for him. On his nrri\a i Idi.

'11 tht' (Jiasicti. :States:; at Tah1ahflJ'e. :' A In eft.H, CLOCKS ..Iired Stllillo;: General Lane personally visited each and deeper, and felt prouder" of his coun. I" or pleasure ; for my country me. ana from Oregon, be had a public rtOt,

: ()ftic in Rutgers' DeW buildln:. over the PLATED WARE and BRONZE guard nihtl.lthu, presenting to his tn'. her honor, and her famt" thri home to resume the plough with a which, in the course ofan : .
pitkct : now
& ::11;h W I from tie manufacturers..nd of Rca go a
tI.'m Rail: oad. clean. A.rterthe On the 19th. Lane was in pursuit Governor tt.usbriefiy reviewed
OAP for of Wright
or SILVER fruitful example vigi1anc sincere joy.1About come
_t..h4.1-G.I.. 6 a fresh supply tens IssaLl'lI\!
ing Silver and Plated Ware: atWARDEN'S battle o( Iontere.)'. Lane was ordend to join oder a burning Sl1n. At Santa tbe ht of 18-IS, Genera! the carr or the guest or the day :- .

ROGUE & AMAKER, I Gent>rAl Taylor. about thirteen miles from Pupbla, hc met the Lane reached August. fellow citizens ii He has been the artificer or his on fortunes .

ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORSA. Between Krbey" And tIle Rutgers' DuildiDg. I Tbefamous battle of Ban a Vista was fought Mexican advance gun.is.: A running fight were rejoiced to see him ; but he had not time ; and, in his progress from tJ fre

- & TEEMS C.&SI- on the 2"2d and 23d february, 1847. Gen. was kept up for four milt's when, discovering to respond to the favor exteiided to him, 01 the banks or the Ohio and the etl"

'VV I June 2. 1840. 23 command and served the enemy strongly pasted on a hm within ols fistoattopostsofhonorsble disthse. .
LA. eral Lane was third in for ( the any solicitation ant .-

HA YE fortnea .t eo-p..rtaerebip in the; practice o..f I on the len wing. :from the beginning to the a mile and a half or AJlixco, a severe fight. on his I 18l hewihout appointed Governor Oregon. tiou-to a teat in the House of Reprtt4nIa. .

Law. and ..iI1aU..oo to*07 profeNIooal boal. I Itees For Sale, end he was in the hottest of the tight. One took place. The Mexicans were driven in.to On the pari-wa 28th his commission him, and lives and in the Senate of Indiana-to the ,;

ftltruetrd to thur car. AND LOT ON JrlON1tOE the hon.rofoperting the town. Not wishing to enter strange rtcbt thfieldz of
had
p. PERRY AMAKER. hOUSE Brokaw..HEeq. I mOl niog of the 23<1. Lane on the nut day be let ont (or 1. command of a brigade upon
2.Its IIOCUE..A. THE now oocopied by P. B. I the continuation of the battle! lace at night I..ane commanded the approaches the plt Buns Vista aDd Ahlixco to the .
Fort
.1. 1"8. IS D. B. JEOINNIhl reached L4\enworh on Haamanda
__ .cannonade.- orSp
1860. IiGeo. on the plain, where he was attacked by aforee and opened a telling and left it on the 10tb. wit Governorship of Orgon,and thence t a seat

George S. Collins, I. of (rorn four to five tbousand Infantry, \yuntamientoJ came out and Lane beggrdthat spared I tambr men, including' guides & Ti. was in Congrea-e bu duspiadtb, aar hIgh

ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR Walton Xnignt.A'ITORNEY artillery. and )4net'rs. Und'3f General .\10.pudiL the town might be spared. of the yeAr in which Col. Fremont, cbaractfrhtie.; vera Ce Wad er)
& destroyed
but took and large : pi
this crisis Lane's force was reo it:, quantities lmost his DO
COUNSELLOR AT J.AW- At Gov. Lane in a few wek-, lost The of O countryTe8eflt pr-
1& and munition 01 his return to Pue.bht I nnn&i
..A."r Ij..W" FLORIDA. need to four hundred men ; and with this arms ; entire party the mountains. The journey let ( ( Y entered the &

"' ''. .. TALLAhASSEE FLORIDA. I TALLAIIASSEI DID Storo pbalanx be received the Mexican: onseLNothirg 1 he set oat for Guetocugo, and dcstry.c. to Oregon, i times arduous, i is of COt O \'olu?, ta; act rare,01 I'okin forw7J 0:1
.. 4\ Lively' the hth dl
; On
('-ri,, 01" ,hr. :if'l ( 1l'J.: J'f) [TOfTICE lot oftSllrl. Am". : .. ," wiites an eve "itnns, could ; th. enemy's resources thtr .

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tli. creer ol'n common, -scldivr! --You len I-j'Iiri-hInn ', ; I I, For- that- proviso.Mr. Bell voted, I I while h* holds that' principles of Ju.Uc "an 'I
& : Ii i Senator ( 1 humnnily" demand the ,eupj.n-ii tf tie slave Squatter Sovereign should and "
it major general clofing your ardent and .lnRll present, except [ ; ; LOW, finding! &,

brilliant services: in that nu-morable campaign! i : Brown of Mississippi, Johnson | t tj trade! between the Statel Lin-obi on the ether j I i !is own election! !is an iu l ottiWHty. |Lc If t -ipreventirg

. by fighting i its last batllo and: capturing( its -- :- : I j !, and Rusk cf T.xs.- I! 1 hand, would not proceed with such ha?{e. Here is j jI j 1 any ei.n.l iniitUn hut ,i.-jlj II,} (J) :

. p bst neiJit \'." TI.JAJASSEETURDAY-- ---- 'I I Itt tet. 3:: Cony., p. 520 I what he !ay in the same I speci! i>u both these sub- |I II j election of Lrcckii.ridge.? lIsle ..t rr.'i: "r

. .' As : consequence of the natural turn of \ JULY 14, 1880. the rati'na Democracy want j jects, in which lie elaborate I.is i*pii** to the qaes- have btcn'tLe: prInciple! *Ih: .l Lim.

fi Us mind, It* is not Ihe f\l to lie led off(rO the Ccr.stit'ition. They do not lions put, by Mr. Douglas : I'. -- -
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I Tho Douglas Jleu In Search
of
' the paths of.Mity by (every wind of doctrineor DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. i instrument for the accomplish The fourth one is in r"t:.rd to the abolition e f a (011:1811:,.
1 theories in morals J I slavery in the Diytriel of Col'imbw. In relation to I II I ;To tfo Editor tAs
plausible! & religion, purpose or advantage, but of C01\stit'cti'ff :

11 or politic by Far a mind so constituted the FOR PEST : I I guarantees shall be respected, I I thai ehouM 1 be Lave t-xoevilirsly MT tniml very uli'd distinctly t.. 'e* slavery made al-oluhed! up. I'II '' Tinsupporter* of Mr. -Douglas s'Jeitr "r.b', ,

riirnicral| expedients of parties of the day JOHN C i !; is the position of the Demo I ii i in theIi-tr'K-te.fCiluVii.i.i.; I be-lieve! tl.at) C.>njrresj j, that their; candidate will carry ut-um" ,)r '1"1"
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have no chrm3 ; and hence it i is that lie iscnj1iaically IO RECKIXlInGE I j < i position of Mr. Breckir.ridge. iKjsses.Ihe constitutional, pow.-r t.. al.oibb it.- the Southern Stale Tbsj are 'tstined J !,,' u'.' _'
f ribly disappointed, however if
} : and a Natio-ml' Democrat ; or I Vet cs a member 4>f Congre*, I should not withiny I they renj!! h "
j truly his Frankfort speech in denying 'a hat they sa-. Mr.Doirrlas: willscarceh
vmlraciitg in the scope of his affections tho VICE PRESIDF'GEN. ) ,!'- was pre-Tnt view*. 1w in favor e>f tiniurnriny to allOli h : 5 iulhe canvas in most of the States Siut'u. I..r .-
FOP required. slavery in the Di trU-t;; of Columbia: unless it would
, I' thw whole Union, from tho Capes | electoral lickits jlia'.l: be run f.ir liim it
IJeoplof w
be : these conditions .Jim /, that the nbolHion:
, - I li iiito the belief that he has
In Cr "'41coN.r'1flENIl.L. the Know Nothing candidate vote of thc"ni3Jrity t't in the District rs some strecrnh ;fcfr
voters
of the to those of the no qualified \ "
: Atlutic
Pacifc. j I can speak confidently of own Stair ,,,,
my -If
,:4t instance has he ever swcred principles I -- ? I I on the ticket with John ; 111'.1 third thai comptiisxtion should be made j which I h.ivc heard most preposterously \I'\ flq,.,{_
,
| FOR to unwillinc With these three conditions <
,
4 ; in the Farewell j I ELECOP : the of Florida owners. i the Douglas column lie has not the I
as eloquently I upon \oter a 1 leae'iurertlee ;
I confe I would bo ilad to Ce
exceedinarly see n- !
1 'J Address of the Father of his. Country, East -'-GF.Q. W. CALL, of Nassau. I to receive their suffrages. rrl''llI abolish slavery in the U-trict of Columbia, ,i among the( Democracy. F,.r proof !w| ..'

m into the Middle-.'J. P ANDKKSON, of this of 23d nit and in the of from I tie national committee-roan selected front nor '
I zJ 0:dafd his affections or fytlinjjs Jcttrson.U.cs paper tie was language Henry Clay, sweep bv the "Theatrical" convention. Hi -
1 I_ mere sectional patriot luflixibly just in the : -J. :.1. GORRIK, of Frlklf. : from him written in 1S9, in our.. Capital that foul blot upon our nation.:' I f04'rt.-W. W. Moore. Thu indji.tuaisnotaand *j csrne'

discharge of every social, moral and poltica FOB ALTERNATES : what was at that time consid- In regard to the fifth interrogatory, I mast My I never was, a demewrat. lIe edited a
here, that a* to the question of the abolition of the }I' pfr4.
: .; duty, happy will it be for hs:: country \J! 1 East JAMES Gferns, of lisbor/ugh. views. In connection with between the different Male*, I can trnly ,I IIIlan.h'lull Jacksonville, -:.. tutu recently. It wa> i, ILJS,

., c, such men are called upon, by the puLlicOl'e, I Middle-W. II. MITCHELL, : on. nt last week akeJ- answer ns_I have, tl atIamnVKtl knew ,a..tt.'.
lIl'I jH -a.-
i I t( fl Hs hijrh trust IV'estDILLO JORDAN, of Escambia. i between Everett and Lin it It i is. subject to which I have not given that !' critic candidate, no matter w hut UE. lie a' "'.tt
I: addition to all thisthe General notwit'- : mature consideration that would make me feel authorized It denounced! Mr. ?
candidate, on the slavery ques mated for. Buchanan >n ij,:
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ASSISTANTS
'f nil early struggles I EDIt to state a position so as to hold myself en !i aid; opposed in the same election.ait. Jtm
n
ftanJing wih poverty, ist ( rtiDent question and one easily tirely bound l' it. In other word, that questionbas I
of
Levj- y ic candidates and in election
I: one cf the most On6lsl! rner. i i t\o\ world Ea.ftR:1 GR\J.ur, is any Jilr.ecee. it it in favor never been prominently enough before me to : there ; every sine. ,, in *
the ,
I.'\Tnr, of lonroC..liUlcRICunu was a part struct- was : t K!>
t: reference to money or Instead of induce me to investigate whether We really have n "
'I i wealtlu BRADFORD of Everett's letter of 33 with organ of the know-nothing* And yet III! .:.j.r
Mu1 the constitutional to do it. I could investigate !
upon inony as an ed to be power this ho
J lokl: arc om.l 1838 and the conclusion pape-r \ never "as a eleumrrat ant .
,! ,Ltd and attained by tUe struggles of life I West -ISAAC \.E of i it if I had sufficient time to bring myself to a votid a dcnn-cratic tit Let in his life, I-. .lc<-;&,> ?
the :;
i worst abolitionist conclusion that subject ; but I have not done u
!h has coveted' upon I the representative of the democracy ot Klor-.j;
e never
it but asa meins of FOR GOVERNOR Lo will Lincoln the so, and I so frankly to here: and to Judge ** .
I : urge upon say you I w hat is facetiously called a National 1> ,. .
: doing good, for \\nich no sacnfico of Douglas. 1 must however, that if I should be
princ. : I fit man to receive their say Committee !r' But should it be asked uu( ,
ple! or duty be made. JON Stp of opinion that Congress does the constitutional I s
i .
i l shlut'er the a vowel* of possess such a man -cioCen, the answer i*. IWvau..< ,
il positive refusal to accept .CKS CCtT. compare power to abolish the slave trade among thediftVrent could not find a Douglas Democrat in the ;
.g "el *, and order to do I 'III ,;
:n so States I should Mill not lie in favor .Cthe
i : the double or constructive to CONGRESS < State who wuld accept such a I'o iti"n. nA! ec
i FOR : ; ,
exercise of that unless I
mil'e the letter of Mr. Everett, power upon some conserva
were therefore ob'i cd to make virtue of :
; which, under thepracicoct tho \ IB. LTON tive principle as I conceive it, akin to what I hnve ; ueerw-
B. :: I which I letter refers. We ty suit take anybody they could pet !
lie entitled tnt said in relation thealiolitiun: of the District
Senator in
was from Ore"on.'fhe .- OJ IO (1''.T. slavery n"l ida is as certain to vote fur I re'kinrl.Jt"III.t
; : sum was a 'large one, but its acquisition __ of ColuiiH/ia.Deb-tits nf Lincoln and DOIllaJ !- Lane as anything can be. .\ "LUI W1.\

Lad no charms for the General when he I inlerrogitrrifs: were fro- p. S?. WAUI.NGTOS, June 27, IS SO.'
Demoratic Meeting in : : by the llou. Nathaniel Sot"e repeat sain. that if the positions e-f thesocaudIJ.itc
reflected '
upon the injustice drawing it from II- ; I Unfortunate DUlglaitcstlteir! C'nn.'t: ,

the Trcaslr\ defray his expenses lor the: Democratc Meeting will (, of immediate. abolition, by are the aanie: now that they were in 1S39 for Florida, referred to above, has, as .'; tman"

.. t mileage and of a trip \Lich he per them hadnever I held at the Court-House. m Talaha D: tric of Columbia, and of and 1S33, the advantage is in favor of Lincoln and informed, given in his adhesion! to Bell and K dtll,
States of this Union <
? the people of Florida. vote for him: with much r
can as
8 performed. { on Saturday, the 2Sth July inst for to the admission into the e* I lie leaned towards the "littleiula.. -
propriety as they can vote for Everett But. then
i of the. I tlte. the constitution <.'f which awhile, but uuable long to resist the Ur\ .
purpose ratifying : it ii said that Mr. Everett i: :
: I ? approved the Com
BY TELEGPAPH. I .Tery pro his first love, when the pinch came, lie .
BuEKixnincc I. ; l > ;
nominations of and ., ?
I ; li reply : mi it* measures of IS50 and that that approval is to : ;
separate himself from his old Know
LATER FROM EUROPE.ARRIVAL j: and the selection of Democratic c I I ; : WASKIXCTOX; Oct. 2., IS3 be taken as an implied recantation of his former I Iaboitiouisns. friends.Ilrecklnridse. 3tuUuiig' aWlciJ > .

last I only received Wall, suppose lie did approve those _
1 I dates for the Legislature. It is : : your --- -.- -
o OF THE ( to me certain inter- neavjrehat was there in that o called Compromise -
[
ly hoped that the of ( ,: requesting an early an. I and Lane Demonstration to
Democracy for which Abolitionist could not have gone ? I'tllladelplila.
I )
-- -- County generally)', as well rs all ( several retudvcs on the sub The admission of California was one of the features An enthusiastic Breckinridge and Lane Dsn.!

HAVANA. who] intend to co-operate with us in j andtlu-ir kindred toj i .. ac- of it: was that a boon to the South ? The abolition Stratton was made in Philadelphia! on the i...-;k.; uf

'I able report now introduced of the slave trade ia the District cf Cvlcmlia the -d instant Lich
will was 11 wa a perfect success, x' '.,,
St. Johns 0. Hie Havana present campaign, tend.I Commonwealth, I u r
July steamship ; year It.rf
another feature that considered in
I : was not something to shout point of numbers or the cbaracur
( snared to with ditts to the I )L\XY.DE1OrH.\TS.[ : of the two Houses, of :
day, Liverpool j{' Mr.[ Alvord was el.airman. I over? New Mexico and Utah had territorial governments the actors utho participated in it. An it"". -11r' J.[
U7th. She. sailed! in of the
place Connanght I : having been Miinewhat en prescribed fur them, without the Wilmot eye witness, (the Philadelphia Imjuirer, Ji..
who blew her head out she Democratic MeetIng In XVakulla. ] i ;
cylinder just as
were adopted the "
; by Legis Provio
Northern
every supporter the same time bays e>f it :
was ready to Her commercial news !I There 'i I.e a iMnocratic nintenivrlia in to cover the! wlnde ground of

k a was anticipated slil by the Fulti,n. She brings !I ouBty (.f \YAkuH., at New Port, on Thursday, Hating cheerfully co- I holding, anti many South, including Mr. Clay! that 'ihe Breekinridge mettini; lut n'ujht in 11; ,
the Mexican laws pendviice S wa a lilt ,. ,
piur large
abolishing there very su.
I I of the slavery still <
.1
were ;
I J6tli of next, for tli of ; r.slv. c"ncur
the following items of Jay July .purpose deruonstratiou
Betsteei4 it and the .
I'1 Jidntei for the! cf the I reasoning by which they are I in furce and that to apply' the Proviso would be aa bougU- II. '
nut L'gUlatnre ing .
ting can there
I | report uf the chairman of on Saturday night wa- II (lr u-i o .'tIU..
of Florida. : unnecessary \vork of uper rro; Hon. These were Veiy much to the advantage ot the Bn-rk.nr
.
GENERAL INTELLIGENCE.It I : I to both in '
your
Jail 27 iU>Y DEVOCTUTJ. II I en'.rie I,. the Compromise: incf.lares of 1850. The Fugitive I mettiug iu every particular. Although tlu-r ,

h reported that the new French Loan ___ I : ( subjects (ml.mce. in your Slave law, it 5!;; true, was enacted by the same Congress three stand at the Douglas assemblage, II", .! ,;
h bill will for from millions one last iiigdt: a practised could tK i ,
eye <" ider
11 twenty sterling, of them came LIoN but \\liO will thank Mr. Everett for demanding
and the Bourse was in I The Floridian !foiJhe member. 1 voted in the mine that the single Brn-kinridge met<: '.' tit
depressed 1 from the
consequence I I South as a consideration for his sup much larger than the three others c.'iul: :"t-
to lay; the table the!
CS.4-.
to I It j I We will furnish the Floridian for the ( Anti upon i'ort of that bill, (w hich support, however, it cannot There was another jx)int upon liic-h the i-octrt. :

t The Austrians nre making vast military, \ will embrace 1 period of about five I I'llic1 in the District bluvery of Society Columbia, for, be shown he ever rendered,) such enormous and was still more marked. The Douglas'' uie-un '. .1
"
at Venetia.The laigely composed ol th boy*, un.l
preparations at the following reduced rates-barely sufficient of the like character intro outrageous concessions n* were contained in the aic;:
and i inclined t be deinon trativc iu .
> i\ thienthunia.ni
from China is that! tie i I >
I news Ales I j remunerate cii for the expense: consideration of this class of other measures ? Must the South give up her clear while 1 tins Breckiiiridgiunttini: w1,
Lave Chusan ithout
.
occupied r To 1 Cub cf 3, addressed to the same post-office, rights in order to obtain the enforcement of a plain made up almost exclusively of quiet IIr.l ler' ai,:
Weather in unfavorable and ,. very respectfully,
England vn- attentive listeners who
t I I indulged in a-4auf ,
of the | .t.\
: Your friend and guarantee Constitution ? Must we felicitate |
settled. i I C 7. "' I Errant, when the speakers made palpable hit-." .'II,! ::..i.
The Neapolitans have: determined to restore 10( I EDWAUD EVERETT. ourselves on a Compromise in which Me yielded the outburst was genuine and Lot iuiulatil tt
I Borden. everything and got nothing in return save the recognition lIe-.e two fair .
the two captured the American %20, c. a meetings are indication t' the r.ra!
\'esscJllut And! to a single subscriber we will tend until the of a Constitutional requirement ? Is Mr. tivefttrenglh of the two branches of the Lt-ni-r.its
Minister demands reparation for the in- r referred) to A set sf resolu
firstof January for Massachusetts,'erc Everett to be understood cs having recanted Lisi party our preconceived opinion on the ul.ei-
insult to the American flag. I Legislature du hate been for the ,. ,
wrong 1reckiirii.g.couch
: eiifh mut inrarialty the when Mr. }: Go,. i abolition t heresies because of Lii j.ar >
rTe accompany was j alleged aequiesenc "
limn
The King of Naples is ill. his asserted I II tcill net l-e follow\'ret I stronger we supposed.

that his council have resolved to grant : "clf.t I I i are' c as Iat.. the: Cwi titution j[ in such a pretended Compromise ? But wLa*. proof Among the Speakers were lion. Chares J !:

constitution aud general amnesty. I Take "--aruln I ICap'ains (- atil I the,tl.ivc trude iu the !l i it there that he ever acquiesced in and is now in gersoll, Senator Bright of Indiana, Lien Line .'
I ( mid tint thrrr is in favor of the Fugitive lave, law-all that the South
of Bent Companies would do : I nothing I Oregon, Hon. Humphrey Marshall of KcDtucL ..
'e1 t of the nets of in 1 SiO ? When the Democratic > sn.lion.
by administrationof
i
GEN. LLANE ACCEPTS. lieed the notice pul.li he .I benl.l. enforcing IOY Gen. Pierce was enforcing that! law in Boston,
I New York, July 7.-Genl. Joe Lane has I I Colonel of the Leon Regiment. The penalty j| ( ) on ii rxtrc. and the abolitionir-ts stet of Commerce contain an abstract vf Gen LJD a
eed by law for failing to make the return i t5L&a''v'2 I r,--. ought to tuk measures were howling defiance and speech as follows :
written a letter accepting the nomination forVice I severe. Be warned in time. i| i cf slavery in the I'utricl of seeking by mobs and other means to prrv
; President on the Breckinridjjs ticket. I i pretty ---- ,. .- --- : j I return of the fugitive Burn, was Everett's voice "Gea. Lane was l.er !ntroju ej 10 tie meet t
___ I Ilu1TEJtRnn'.i. rights of humanity, the claim ,. .. .... lug, aol was received with tremendous ehecnHe ; -
; .j :- s -5o k% loa* i \ay, nas ne, on a sin-
I Gen. Lane, the Clarion ol tbe ? aid that it his
was not inUntion
OF I I .. .. "- Md ---" '' to mass
TIE IVar.' > i i res* of the Iray.trade crrieJ glo public occasion in Massachusetts,boldly beardedthe speeches during the campaign, and tliat it was >,v

P I 'e publish,.. on the Iiat t -. '- _. i : I ,Distriet of Columbia. fanatics and thrown himself on the side of law mere accident that he was here. He..rouU nut
.
__ ..
uo I .,
l\LES"J'NR- uiM.ngui.-lied cub. u I : hns, bv tl. Constitution, and crder lisa lIe ever denounced the personal forbear to express the gratification lie felt .it te
I will well repay a cartful perusal. No one of !avery in the Territories of the liberty bill enacted by the abolitionists holding such an immense gsiiei bog. (At tl>isp.u;

with Liverpool dates to Thursday, the H8thult Generals appointed by President Polk for I expresslyto the disturber of the meeting became so riotous that
new State shall hereafter be dffeat the execution of the Liw, or )has Le the
arrived to day. in the Mexican War gained such merited I ever Breckiuridge men resolved to put them uui.
4 he who** CouMituti of Gov. uttoretl! one; word of condemnation at the removalof but Mr. Lane fortid it, telling them to stan
did
as for promptness in pursuit t>f the en the existence of Jumeslic da firm"-that it was only a
Judge Luring for squatter
acting as U. S. Commissioner in sotemi.'my
COUIERCIL NEWS. and bravery on the field of battle. A brief ( fight.) A comparative quiet being lecurcj, llrLane
returning Burn ? If
when
., Liverpool .Mar1.ef.-The sales of of his services in tht War will be found | re has,by the Constitution, so, and where So far continued, highly extolling tb. character if
Colon traffic in from it, it cannot be shown
that
slave between Mr.
in the sketch referred the on a solitary occasion Brcckiuridje. No man know more ot h.
cotton (or the two day reachd to. !
past 20,000 :
I- I -. Uuion. since 1650, has he attempted to strike the BUick country than he doer, and no man would Jo mon
bales. The makctvas dull Capl. JCMSC m. Kober v ( -on. ( : exerei of this power i i. de Republicans a heavy MilHe has done nothing, for it. He (Lane) did not come hereto beg any-
of'
humanity and justice. body to tots for him. It wa* his pride to ties
We hare received short notice (, : lite rally nothing, towards staying the onward march
GENERAL NEWS. I 1 'or C."lre\'i:1. history prove, beyond the humble follower in the ranks of the Democnij

suggesting the name of Capt. J"SSI)L Robertson that, in 1833, /,. Everett vat of the abolitionists. The Democrats, under the lead lie had spent hi* lifetime in office, but he wantcJ

The Neapolitan ministry have resigned. the consideration of the meeting which is to deepest dye! Has lie recanted ? of such patriots as JOE LANE, have been left single that true patriot, statesman and soldier, John <

Commander Spinells, was called to join place on the 28th: inst., ss a suitable to handed to contest withlheru. Mr. Everett if called Breckioridge, pieced in the Presidential rhair. 4s
person i ? Can it be found in to I.e
the any jiopulargovtreignty, contended that Territory
ministers. a
new has taken
inate a one of the Democratic candidates for upon refuge under the miserable and
4 Garibaldi in any vote lIe has since was the common property of the Colts
has
issued A proclamation call- Legislature. Tile communication speaks truly : he has since ,written If cowardly plea of having retired from political States, belonging as )nncl to Pennsylraoi, ly

the clergy to a second revolution. Capt R. 8" one who has battled through. all so, life." Hi eloquence was too precious to be expended equal right, as it did to any other State. Every

Garibaldi has thirty six thousand volunteers dark days of Democracy in times past" and in rebuke of fanaticism-his learning too man from every State has an equal rig) tt<> t> intf
enrolled. On the 27th of August, the Territories with his
actually property. Popular 've
can add. from of who vast to be employed in defence Southern
Another year experience one I at Freeport, Illinois. Le slavery. reignly as taught bv some is a herejy. It sbouM
I expedition was outfitting at Genoa, never flinched in tIle hour of trial The questions Even Fillmore cold and impassive 83 he It, could never have been introduced. If we intend tuauis

p. amounting to four thousand men. will doubtless do>"lhe claim of all whose I propounded to warn the North that the South would not submitto tain this Union, we mil t maintain the Sand n ttuti
,, The Palmero official Gazette publishes n may be presented before it fun justice and j I It will be seen that these be ruled over by a Black Republican President the cqnality of all its citizen Mr. Lane tlica
p1 proclamation by a of General I'enedatt, ground as that embraced ; spoke of Mr. Lincoln's votes in Congress, dart?
SOl such but Everett
AS will be satisfactory wrapped in the mantle of his
4 f.e1eet.n. own importance the Mexican
calling the people to arms, to against ----- -. Massachusetts Legislature, war. He (Lane) Lad followed almost
fight --- --
breath
expend no except in laudations of business. At lire he
I tho Bourbons.J Dr. G. X. Itlaxwell. gave" his unqualified every one was a CauSes's'
From the Uuion. And yet this i is the man the people of niiuer, and while prospecting there he tact a 4ermae -
the proceedings and correspondence in another Lincoln's speech: who asked hinf ,
about Joe lick-i
Florida are asked to vote for in Lane, arid
Arrlral of the Steamship ARABIA. column it will be seen that this gentleman ire to know whether Lincoln preference to JosLAXE I him he was a fine fellow, and had come very ntir

HALIFAX, July 10.-Tho British nnd resigned the Captaincy of the Tallahassee I in 1854, in favor of the un n war worn veteran, who perilled his life and catching Santa Aoi.a. (Lou.J laughtrr.) That wit

Xorth American Royal Mail s'cmshipra- of which Company he has been. since its organiza.lion : the fugitive slave law ? shed his blood on the battle field of Mexico, who all he (I ine) bad to say of biinsd In coucluK"he
now nor ever did, t-Und defend the institutions of the would that he would
iu South
and demand say Mr. Brcckm
',is J. Stone crrivd its first Sergeant P. U. ( support
hero lirokaw
Capt. to day with ofcer. is Iii
I : of with all his
i repeal the fuiritive tint the people of the South shall have lie ridge heart and soul, and (that bs.1Hot
Liverpool dates to the 30th tilt. j successor. The Doctor's withdrawal, is aloes to : I I protection for their sane believe that the Democracy wuuM defeat a
in the
pn> tnrrtv Territories
I gallant Corpo, a his contemplated removal will I him to answer whether' !I.' > common man whose Impart was as Lie mm. tha tTnion Iii\

to onr city. lie has the warm personal regard as he did iu 1851, aij.iiii.tt; that i i. accorded to the people of the North, then earnestly implored ail good Democrats to u
COMMERCIAL NEWS. slave States into the Un and who has been vest themselves ot the bitteine '
troops of friends here, all claMfs, who always engaged in a hand to resulting from <>
: Cotton Mark-rl. I among i watt them ? proceedings at Baltimore., Mr. Lane was
Liverpool -The sales of Ilim for I.ii tlevntcel character his hand conflict with the Abolitionists, while Everett frequrily
? cotton for the week gcrerol!dilf] now, nor ever did, stand I interrupted in hi* remark by the disturber of
reached
05,000bales. has been
past rition, and! Ii. many eminently ocml qlalitiepI : ion of any more slave giving them aid and comfort as he lid in the meeting but retired amid deafening applau
Holders were pressing on the market. i 1839 and he has
done
s These estimable traits have ecdeired him to thtm as since Can any one oubt!
In most cases there was decline of d to know This successful demonstration in Philadephi!
a whether
| or I and they cannot lock Ms rcmotal I stands that the people will: spurn the one and rally to thtf
upwards on infetior qualfies The market the fincerest We upon understand that except he wih I ( of a Dew State into standard of the other shows the weakness of Douglas in the old Key

closed declining. lieen ttgcl constitution as the people of -A. Stone. Brcckinridge and. Lane, standing on the
has to make
nccv-pted a
: : Professorship j Fine Cotton. clearest and most unequivocal Southern platform!
of the Medical stand pledged against tile ad-
one of
College Savanna! We have had
I. GENERAL NEWS. ano i i i into the Union with such a sent to our office A stalk of ,1Jort.I1&1le I that has ever been promulgated by any party are
I for the of filling thi Iniforlant | cotton, f-om; the J.bntation..rmith Simkins, *
The. pUI'e pstthnt of that State may see fit received with enthusiasm by the "solid mea f fPennsylvania
weather in England was unsettled leaves us. We trust that bis-residence Esq., of thi county, which we feet confident, will
and t unfavorable to the tlnt city I I' excel Anything that can be shown by planter while Douglas and Johnson, tl*
growing will to know any
creps. to him whether
ef! lie
prove agreeable as we it stands
i are sure in the Stateand
f Florida i is
the
a little ahead champions
Sicily continued I abolition of of any Squatter Sovereignty, are met lj
quiet will be slavery in the
advantageous to the institution; other
ith whicb State. This stalk of
cotton does
not exceed
Great noisy welcome of the mob. If these men had the
I
agitation ci.tltt Naples. The I be is soon to become ftentlfld.! ;! ) ? I four feet in height and has tint hundred and nine
Public! I stand to-day pledged to the hell patriotism to withdraw, there can be to dent'that
; I
: he(1 pillnged, and ------ ( i, the District'of" upon it. It was taken from ft two hundred
the murdered. j Doug laa IlatlUcatlon Columbia. field and Breckinridge and Lane would Fern'y-!
Agents The city had been Meeting in Florida i him acre M a f.iir specimen < f the entire crop. carry
to
: whether
j There I is a little knot of answer lie In the I 'wt-r I declared in a stale of eige.al louglhitrl in Jackson. i j >hiln of the slate trade p >rga Alabama, we NorthernStates likes flash

The Neapolitan government bad orderedthe j %ille, Est nriJl numbering some half a dozen, : \ : ? thr-'t see tint,four i he pre l loOls i:! i is ox brapgitjg> it, whilst, ax>ut < 0 ton with I would be no resisting the opuar! current (in their

restitution of tho captured ships, and the J more or Je5t who seem determined, to adhere to ) stand pledged to the( prohi with 20V thIs. ilori-11 u lands and Jefferson vc! present one favor. We speak in sober earnest There i Is that

I release of the crew. their f'Tor e. They called a meeting to ratify his I I ] between the different t>!antei against the w,rldl!-family Friind.county J-t- about them to stir the heart of the people.! TI>*

Tlie United States war vesI! Iroquois was nomination, which wa to have l-tcn held on Mon. : to know whether lie stand ly 7 A. noble platform on which they have planted tu3iselve -

on the spot backing up the demand of the i j day evening last, wind aid weather permitting.I .- 1 in all the Territories cf We, toi, have bees presented with a fiie stlk *-the purity of their lives-their broad BIlionality -

I American Minister. I They no doubt l.a.a melancholy time of it Don- I as well as south of the t f cotton. It came from the plantation: of Yr. RICHARD and coinuiandiag services in the eouwJ

i Garibaldi3S prepaiing: for further mo\'c I las men in Florida are "few and fiir between." We | l | ? FORBES of Wakulli county. The seed was p'aa of the nation and on the battle fields of Mexico *c<<

.y mentj.The. i have made diligent inquiry, and l.avc yet to I.ear i I I right. and if not duty oxpresseJlv of Congress! tid en the 1ft of April. On the 15th of the sane Oregon, while all their competitors were enjoying

Federal Ambassador had been severely j I of the frt supporter of hi* in the Middle, nor do
t 5, k'I maltreated in the streets of Naples, the act r L r believe that a Douglas electoral ticket would receive | I field. The stalk in question is about 2* feet high. defaming their country ly encouraging the tnefflj.

is supposed to have been commite by the I one liucOred votes in the whole Stat, i 8 I I him to answer whether he I and has on it ISO bolls and forms. This- we these incidents in their live are just suebssw

4 1 flti-reformtf Tlie beaten i There is not i of any new territory I I it, is fully to if 'I
Ministtr wa many. a (Democratic paper ir the therein equal not ahead of the Friend"t Jefferson arouse the popular heart Give these candidate

4 until( he was senseless.IJy i State that! flics Lis name at it* matI.J: nor any I I I ( opposed to honest I. Specimen, when the difference in tbe size o? clear fi.Id, and Black Republicanism would SC

telegraph to Queenstown, on Sunday j other In fact be is and in the two stalks is considered. '*
paper. not in Florida I ; any given case, I scattered to the four wind, never more to res' *
it was announced that the King of Naples j ns being in cry body's way. This little I e such acquisition, accord I baad.

i I :; had granted a new Constitution to his people. ment in Jackson illc is a mere fizzle, perfectly mo'e werle I I such acquisition would or : o Union I
r po slavery question TIle Washington correspondent of the Ar-
The tri-colored flag was formally inaugura I either for among Journal A Poos Coucrumaz-Tb. Albany Atlas aad
good or evil, except to abstract a j Lincoln and Commerce the 2d 011
lust
ted. England and Austria have consented fevote in tIle Douglas, p. 83. writing on say: gus. under the heading Maine." give some int '-
J ? County from the Democratic ticket, I fair minded to The preposition for a t
to a conference on tho France Swiss man say common Democratic electoral I ligenee from that State favorable t Douglas
-_ question. I I which will be more than made up by votes from those are to be judged the one ticket in Pennsylvania i* positively repudiated we Jo not think the follow ing paragraph ia parW -

FIRST BALE. We. 'I ho have hitherto opposed us, if not in Dura], at !! I tltaother by bit answers by Mr. Douglas himself. There wll: be no coalition larly flattering:
THE arc informed between the I the
by ), in other portions of the State. BrtckioruJge and Dougbu men "Nineteen gentlemen who formerly voted
.k telegraph, of the receipt of the first bale of : 'ut -- be any, i il not deci It will be zetn that Senator Filzpatnek anywbt're. Republican ticket, having heard by uleprspn Of,!

a '. the cotton crop of IS O-J, .at New Oilcans j bUil ER'ri fcPEECH IX v Lon I : candidate ? Note bas come out for Breckinridge. and .ill apeak in I the nomination of Stephen /. Douglas! att.adea

yesterday from Texas. Last ytar, the first I Jon Time of June 18th, protests E'GLAXD.-T.e in th. toame of }I I : the abject of the abolithn except his support Missouri!lu Pennsylvania.and The whole South I; the caucns.and voted"*to ratify Douglas" BCB>IO "CB

1 of Colombia and perhaps Maryland, app ;rs j on a 'etand op vote. tI
halo was received July 2Sth, and the abolitionism I the slave
year English against such foolish and vindictive now to be uniting on Breckinridgc. LouilaraaUI this the sort of strength which the rI11'Douglas '.

; before, July 2.5th-all from Texas. By this I harranguts" A Stunner's tpeeeh, and Mr. Everett sees nothing thought doubtful. but is BO longer so.If are fi hinj for? If ao.lt ia polwf *

Indication, the coming crop will be very car- lie is "one of that class of who Ihould says {I I terms of cession of the thi report be true, it will be in"e iie aft'"- I l.kely to commend itself to the Demoeraey." ''

J Jr ore in tip h'oothxvt-it. i i. murdered by their fiend.pltician I j : }I legal of moral restraint ,dance with the whole 'eonre of DocgUt: Hi"waa Journal of Commerce.Uertainlr Black. shioaij le WficJ
Republican
f
abolition of any
gr I slavery there determined, tbth at Charlctfoa aDd
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'i-] j..l- i .v !i : i iiay b. 1jul11. f. ;.. 'i6p4i1i2atOiJ fl'j, .. KI I'-r y % tha. he could .
E. KAXXAED JE.
,i. wl.ich 1 1 refine I'iroiigli! t1.< :nadxr I I grti .f .Hor.f, : .i. :. : I .. ?Oois n..t e.1 1 wo iil ; tt \ r n l> :a : /
) of the Secretaries. tin not appear m ted ; II 1.. 1.ta ,. .. ...,.j t/'v11 ;iOk te(i.. -they'.. could' fi i'. r.y..l'..I... : w.' spa.' edtly ttiM.i i Tallahassee & Pen. & Gao.iIL Wtokasale sad Retail Dealers in
I ut _
C t 0. 0 4..ln { r. 'ii..i :,- | 5 __ ___

I rrPr.3. ( ) ISIkO U. rrtirJ ci yr. sh-iii ,. iM ?: 5 t'C- f ,LAIIath M.I.I.I i an>t h. :... .. n ..ti f 1>... >.,. | ., ROAD :; DRUGS) AND ?MEDICINES .
UOUHSU
-
., ;! OU iII? 2u Eli )hoard.roa .f .. ,- i-I!. ."ath.Csi,4Iiui4 .,- f1.flo.i1 -, J.Jm : '.. rwI. ... in' : 'a* i hi! :!ii- < u >i.lt en- OF ,

.. wa, r Mj.| .. <-4 f it bijrh'y r e''M-l .,..,. .:,iiR ...il1 (: pr.-fi ..to l.t .i i.. -. :. L. -: .-. rpnl. h..hl|] I\ / V; unJ uf.er July 2d. Is60Trajis will run as'rciLtcnhi'ocsea'r

f "tlM : 'I' Ktcibcr tt'si a;.'_ :- 1--,.. ... ......... ,, riiij i.e :,1 :. I! !:.e4 i! .-t I .-: i i < ..t.i.jt-r ..4 11,. n h \J tollows :
1 g *' a I* '
is MIh H.t'l nM.i I. !:. a d i e ii! '., I it: .. .,\ -,. ._ut?T. .- I Tru.i on Man.Ls, Wsdoes
in taet. altiw1 all tin *U 14d.T**f rl lli I' ,:.. -.UK!, IlU.U tll.-iri.UU a. l.ro. nil li'- irovrii. t.y. t aI! .t| I / \N nail a'ier Mondiy July 23.h I, 18CO. Passenger Fridays will
I state .iltYer.i.i-ei. da\sand
their I. -. I et.jipdt ant I i ,
: t.-r
c..ni-ts
tl! follows
: u-\ ft Fbtid* wre jt> at. Y m t'i-rate! : tOwer Ma,..r Lul rwiiad sat Jowa aaltkt jroloVjr.d vy 'naris us ntn its Lei-" F.riandiniat .. .. . . I0 !!) '

at.dyct ?.Ite.iu.ttIsrfi..I..r Litijlitcr. and Le.ive Vadiwn! . . ... f.O A. M.Arrif .. 2.20 P. M
.
ITrx: a'. :- !*< r ... r-r i ." f.iw -:-. .? .I i-r. e ( I.-, TT. .i.1 he a iipplacfte. LJ.Iw.iint. .. .. .. ... .

f.f'-.zn!.: ) I, tk5.$5.ti,41 ih.,14J < 1.1- .-f "qt:e-'i.'i-. -i-'i."." ri>W r Mjfc.>Bt.i'l nt T.l'itse' -. ]h..t i 0) A. M. r.inw /:.- i.- . .. .- 7C5

.41' I r .4 < m 4're* of -er," tisi.i hi. I et-tt t.k.- {pattss ( te L-'!, w I.rii Vr l i.uth.e- nrore and a- lease M.in'ie. m 1.'!.> A. Ji. | Arrive at Lruusun at. . ... .. 930

.1 i'* j'rtrts: .ets1rit.! & u l c- ViIa.i BJI yt a Whig..I ter will be drev-in hiufeelf! to Mnj.ir W.i.l. t .id. "4r. 1 bat* Arrive at 'I'.iI.tiilssee. . . ln.PO A. JL Thnrsdavs and Situr-
*
ant DoJjcVson Train
: : fro* ti. f..I1i.in fcct* a !u tl.irn and \ti-U! to none in '. uian.3ill toti.in !IoretIies.ut!. I aiwajs beri your ]>olnical and |p -r>wral friend I Lea e IjlMia-ste.10.J5 A. M. Passenger. wll on Tuesday, I EAVE on hand tt the old stand,sign of tte Mr
tny > to tnj rountiv. have stood Arrive at fct.Mail .11.40 A. M. day* t l
*
aol Muuruc
of Clinton
r J hi tJutr emsdi. intr. Irun. hhall I nut lh..u Lrlp Soulhftn Irnthrr lrio- by you thrnt hery h.aitl.I lionurrtt.d i Lea e Feruandina nt. . .. . 1?.15 P. M. corner stre U a
:: iny : eCCetJ and I Leave >t. Marls . . .. Ll5 P. M. and stock cf
0.--L
joti. now lliat large complete
,i i (>iit. Call. wa* nominated and elfetcd < erat to sire my <*mi.try, i il( 1 Cad my IieIi| can n. I acer to Meoa will withdraw a a prnnnil Arrive at Talaha! see. 2.10 P. M. Baldwin at. . ... .. . 345 pure

aixkiaaiiwft vrbiie Itt ia s.i' si is it ? \Viieii my house u on lire, thai your resolu 1n1"iliac Leave Tall ilassec P. M. Ganesrtlleat. . ... .. 710 CJiugs, JUcdirlues nd Ciit'c::!.;, '
Lis 310
ft M.jor aid
y j en vj : "On that irround I withdiuw
the "
I y I 1 -"u-e abe aid of niy Di-I nM>r ht-caue wedt Arrive at Bronson at. .. . .. S.S9 Paints Oih Spirits Tar.penlins .
; not Dy.-Stnffs is
Arrive Moctirello
.'.. .-. Ia\i (r u-Lt-n the Chair on Lai resolution at jour pers nil nquett." unmet e fit . .. . f..CO P. M. ,
asjrf* io.i il. qucuions? Jk!., sir, I ill tl.anL : nJ-1.iatoe! fo.lowed; its withJaua; Leave Tallahas ee. S.OQ P. M.Arrive PassMgt'r Train ca Mondays, Wednesdays and Fit Vamithes, Brashes, Ciiaiplicne -
i }.!< a L as-ttaneu
the : iu
qc.| on > > trying to wtvc nay j rop. r Sir, it ps'iue.l me to see thi r'-ili4iit -ntlemanJU.iii nt Madison ... . . 1_00 P. M. davi will Burning Fluid nafoa?

!h!, .i.d ia&rnieJ thja tLal lLb> wa* a ty. Bat what ho]* U theicn our elcctir.!; l>!llI taciifuc biriHtlf at the nil of his tj friends. C.r.teeting wib Pitt CoaiLis at lli-i.ticello and Leave lironssm at. .. ... . ... 7 00 A. M. ,

A u !'i all Kara w.r X]*tttd lo jt-ia to I and Enreii ? I wi.l af tliia Cont table to nie
:: iy that thi iJ! whtj! was t I vention. mid ,1 pause fur a rtply : Tell me, UP-. ; tiiiir will by Slat forte i.f the haiti ground I and fmiu Yuldocta by K.iilroad to Xivarnuh.Couiivtir ii Baldwin at. .. .. .. .. 1U<1 together with a fine assortment of

| fy |, nai-ttttnem: f-ntjlt XoitStrrn .V i.V that i;** ten be t.e-eu.lc.l. and the eorreet tiews be ticikc.t ; at St. M.irLs with Sui t nnl fratn Arrive at Fcrnindina at. .. .... .. 2.15 P. M TOILET A\D FAIYOV AffalCLIlS
: r th. eoald nor eel litre the of I e ) ,
y /* ItUt '
y.trdf frm* e Itupe citffjiti attj
far Ettrr't
I d. tern ined to votcl.iui ti at.I 1 wIth anti Train Thursehjs -
Aatnr m'if r--part tiT iiuputaiim se Kewp-Tf. the line c-f Mad cl
'.' : ;!uit the great on.l good rnca 4 il f xeit S.'e Avuii fJUatoii audiJiroittlute. i 'cia ou iii |'ohlical! fith.-.3. t triuiiihail in ri -.I.'. Xew Url.-:tn?. Key West, and Cuba a-J 'in'i-niied.'ats aud Saturdays, will Hair Tooth Nail and other JJrvs

.1" ..tiled: and vrzaaixed t hi* ue w P.trj candidate far for g ftn'y\ Xc .ni'.> <-.naea! \Vliy. sir. our I i he ftil! M<"d firm T' .y cj.:q1 <-tid him at !li- 1 t.v |1-stints on tl}.e Gulf sin t.i-ir! way t<> C-y Wf.t cn the Leave Hrorson at. ... .. .. . 320 A. M. SttTcrior ,
lee E5r.--i it). Mr. CviitUcould Horn and India Rubber Dressing
1 a. i: hetil 1* Leg, purest, &uj istt tie eIeteJ! rot a \haero1.l api.t| eil to the .- '-' ) of tIe n, 17ti! and iid! : sr Crd of rai!i"uoulli, uil to New Gaj stalk!! at. .. .. .. 5 5.J ei; Icory

a cuttat.Ius: Ii:s n Mirtv, and it ii Like J.irat! be Can.l I .it f. ," Oil. the liUi und Iktlhwiri! . 1050 and Fine Combs Fancy Toilet
f :. IiaOS Mr. Dell and tl.i f..it lit .. r i jet the appeal nuts on C'J.S. at. .. .. ;
llverett. and .t < i- i liii i to .*xUtli .
\Vi.nt l. in? cs a .uIJISB. iru a friend tvoul!.1 i \ .. !haiti ::t any ti'.e.! Tl.e T/4im will nut run m Sunduv except on Arrive &t F.ruua'Jiua at. . ... 2 35 P. M.J. Soaps ; Pomatums ; Choice

evui.kj4fILna.; lei.IN.| nii i if carryic a NortheiaS 11.irmony iKrifg 111 pirt reit ired I Iy the sariai-e "itenn.cr days Cr.; W. SUFAN, H LARKIV.KiKjinrer .
.
S '. Nut \ A'l i.Ui-.;: ii. i 18 to tHvide the Perfumery, tyc.. <$ <: Jff.
i
.. : ii juU: vr.aialjr bt ckctfJ ajd the Smth. Oc-i J of Ll.jor W .d, they Hj.|Hilitd their Elecl! .ir., July M. lisfi-1. 20 A StupL ned Snpeiiutt.i.dtiit.r All cf which will sell at reasonable /
!< r>pn i Ue a tkw they price may ty jloo.i'y '
i L!.ei r* d f..r t'uir cnr.lidnhs! -. and u of tli. iVn-t with all articles in their
(
poliiu gruun.1. I 1 may, but I tea ro What think constantly snppli*

: vrti .'B Tbefc! rr.r ,!ta to I' pin-", and other pnvptvt tn.iu tho *I. ptJOB i-C the Higher Laweiadi'fi. was i-4. Too j-ouof generals Waia-da.uhiey to even t do He Limeilfju certainly Lost, LI1SSOLU I'ION (iF'OIch.L'tuti linp. and by strict attention to bumioosa. they will endeavor

i i1 J.e <'anUe. b Credent howcd ." lie th< n wicton to fl.oiv that the tice at the expense of ct"n those for wbooi he I I' or near P'. Jolm's Cliurc! on Sunday !Ivt, to merit the patronage heretofore b<*Oied

n'.icl! U.-piblii-an ;*iny wee gaining strength rifcJ Unut-lf sac ..tl_ tie 8th just., a pair of GOLD; 'EUTACLP.S.The : : erili' upon their predecessor.
wbcr Ir taut then but
i i t : '.ite. -(lads yearn b4.re-whaere
preat that iYiiL } lraiiU voul'l *ur ly go for them-th.it i. iw ia the ;,''oi5o-u roci'ILct'ou' uf lilt fghts wl.tn! thither will be rewarlcd (if iJes-re I) by l heautit; rP1lE crtpartn i h-p lieietofore cxtinf between Physicians Prescriptions.

y i, '.i <>. Xladifou 6, ttakulli; 2. j&Tr the only pn |MHt remit-d to I.e to unite for Jifonce even bi; Lcannthey have them at thu ..'hice. [July 1 It. 2) 1_ tLe underpinned under the name and ,tIe of
aruiy. attention
got a new uamo. Particular paid to Prescriptions-cam
L l Putbjnil. (pr.>i\ ), St. Johns 1, upon the rc:4 a new drfwill not even SHINE & PAPY compounded (iota Pore Medkines.at all hoars-
., Jiekino 1* j.aa Uioun then unhand said that Major \\*ard"ictt award SSTil3p23.U.2TMV : 13r1I-GE3: ; ,
| 'Niitta I, Liberty to l'ie o'.l colors! au-1 jl.eir Genera! implrn < day aud
I night.
ritit. be Gor. dissolved the 2flth June 1&60 mutual
lirnwn UA-MII TOUT. I'LOUHM.MP.3 was on by
\\4tto Hamilton \rroiigplaee It .
1 I. 2. I. Va4ingtiu> ; >:p it were well itih..J when this i'oi.ven March 24 1860. 13NEWAND
i j E-c al.U 3. AUchua: I, C ay I. that if lhi. *ai the Whig Pasty be w<>uJ not oc- tii.n bv their Preelderit. Gov. Drown buried the consent R A Shine.jrwlo will cn. tinuethe business ,

cupv the duir ; that I.e would not hare kit hi, Old \\-ii that L- MADDEN retpectfuhItiiiforus at the iki! tand, is actbnrued to -tte! up the
.m 1. (JTOXJ ). Tajl .ri. (]jrui. Cae La sralHiit chitf (dnirire\ RELIABLE
Lome Ui come t<> atttnd the tends and the who affairs of the late lirai. R A. SUING. Ja..
tip Conveution if he public desire to
: .! ( <>uuti r |uitiit "!, 5 uf which Ward should le. bulled Iy the same baud ia thaTsie may

,-ed by r.xy. an.I the !> lecuai- hnd thought it was a- Whit t'onrention : that it grave with that fliir he b....d o diaily, aiidi"ir visit the i ULPIIUlt SPRINGS for health or pieurn M T. PAPY. ARTICLES

vrasan Maj ir eald ,
: : : t prw-tl U-m: J2C. Of tliii RCDI whore fuccess I.e bad spent the bitt daj's tfl.i4 jut iapood SOAP, Pumice Stone Soap. CiampLn
there n etc all Whsigs pint ; lt- Cor. U. said that order, and is prepared to accommo late them SILVER
: :i.i'iuthr .r.i.ic* t>f the D. moeritii nnd .t1!1 parties could have with: Ilonrd and Lndgmf. Her able will .A. C-A.I2.3DI Japanese
.' '. n. if they waited U>, bat that if democrat wi.h: the hi st the market affords HlESHHsll.
1!.v a Curieee of i < from ach watt Firesout enemies the lemuer.ats be -Including
; nay wai the robl .tllvaun to all kinds of Linens and Muslins the blue tint so
.. .\ .:c.!. wticU MrV Jk Call un that na not his fjjt! 1K> CjnJciacJj Msj of them aL" A LOOXHi OX. The ii ith House at the upper spring is in W. I Clarke Esq. much desired by Lauixiressas.

,. : ; 1 tIt reflation |>i.!>hi>iuJ iaVarJ Wi.r.Ts li-80hui&.iiS iu ftn>n<; Un.s. tine Condition for bathing, ant lias gina ititfacliou ,

1r. 4r. Wi C Mijur \ Mr.i JuIiIh.r.dilI fuiluwed GcP.:- .wn. He repushiate.i Ieelin of the TnUjhaoice OiinrUn. (o all w ho I ave 8.ted the springs this season TTAYINO located in Tallahassee as tn ATTORNEY ALSO -

..: I .er- -ut..tJ th ie'ulutions- tl.e trou.i.I taken ly ia. Vard in tolo. lie The Tnllaha
: Iit e..1i.! that iaj. faa,! no ikhat to hicak of It services to the public. All cluiuis! for collection or brands Quru's Cod Liver Oil Jelly, flavored. -
;; : :% .. ri ('p1'oPrd ihct. 58 a on Wednesday, Julr 4th ltd. C .hi. G. T. Max- ;
Sb hag partv-hs tte-a-eJ it ii, Guy. I.rwia dii other business e.itrubtc to him will!! be promptly Attended The of Cod Liver Oil enable
it Notice.
1t Jellifying
\.- 1jteII < tht-aigurnt-nu uct.J, yon : wtll t Lehi.; at.seit.1 Liu' 1>. 15 Gw\nn, presided.The. Take
vuultt Ia '.as not the Whiz rorty-it wasa new p-cat Con to.t3" the most delicate stomach to receive
!' .y f-iowirg! conmu.r.italions
tweaity. te-rvative to save the us-re received, qrhE Militia law requires that each Beat Captain OrncE iii the new building opposite the firm .
: to party coantry.frotn the misrule and retain this great remedy.A
a ; a \\H:L Wirtreed and motion
p2Yti.: on
: : accepted: .A. shall make list of the
.iJn I' thi Iin of the Deuiociat. liitli this fpeakcr and Gov. a correct persons subject (if A Hopkins A Co. July 7, 2s-6m
ti 4 fj
he to
; : Brown seemed to cat imputations on Major Ward's TALL.in iFE, July 4th, 18CO.To to Militia duty m his beat and transmit the same (to FRESH SUPPLY OF

: :- .ia SoutI'I Miuiidiie. the Colonel of the Regiment within thirty elajs facto WATEU-CL-IK JULCNAL-Xw VoLjustcomm -
1'ie whiie of politic to hia pirtr. tte OjTt.rj ciJJ'nratct :/ die TaUaha tet
lfl t. C 1iU4. it. Lit t r> ech the time he H commissioned and the Colonel is sited devoted to and ENSLOWS BENZINEDurnousCatarrh SouL
lL'r riatform So it w.-ut oa. ,iu. h bad f.ehn* being exhibited. Guard : re < PliysLlogy, Hydropathy P of
'W ht ihr of tLnJi. I I.f ard some delca'c if that quired to make his return of I he Regiment within the Laws of Life and Health-wiJi Kir;ravingi illustrating Anodyne Toothache Drops, Pectoral Honey

i:. (': Fi llr. Wit Ca!]. vouJl withdraw ?ty r.'solution p-i-ed GENTIEJIO do herd y present fur jour acceptance sixty days. Bert Captains are requested, without the Ilumjn S'ssem-A Ouidu to Health aud Liverwort, one of the viry bet remedies for Coughs.Co'.ch .
they (
: '. : i *ie Mnj&.r. Ua tool rout the Convention. Here my r.sgnati.n of the)x'rt cf Captain antiMcinh.wrshii1i tc., Roman Eve Balsam, Spnldaig's Prepared -
a a! .L Cob Mj rkk, iee and delay, to comply with rhw prim ion of that law and Loiijretity. PuLlifelied itionthP-.
explained .
MajorVarile of
Li: Ni.i tttfunn po4- .
z Kid y..tziC4.ip 0 Glue.
I send their to the Limit Colonel. In if GOOD HLVLTII We obtain
returns GBEJWANT
ion it (SeC n OUR can
as to him.
appeared Ife .
: i.r tai 1 that 1 am l ld to tCi from the
j.4.r.: : National 11ylw Major course contemplation
q ; | Ward failure, the pcmltv of the law will be enforced against it only by a kr.oledts! tf he Luws of Life and
only pressed what the \\
I : .. t 'i :' //(/< Ot biir* I ad proposed of i>n caily ri"iioval fioui the State Nothing UE Stewart's Candies
? by their Elector in lt,3Sto the ekl.nqnents.. JOS. JOHN WILLIAM the esof Disuse. AJ'i suhj. ct. connected with
t fli. fl % vcc.arytLat thy iKiuocrata. lie seareelv, would have caused me to sever a connex ,
.i took uietlijai: giound between Joy 14 29-2w Cutout fctli Regiment. Diet. Exercise H4thn-i. Ce.unii! Ven'ilntiun, DROPS and Guava Pre
Fip Drops, Jelly
," ( cIi.x: h.ir |r'iien!; that thepea\crs.\ Major ion vihic'i has been the stores i t.fso much plosscrc GUM
Ward then rose, evi ikntIy! mortified! Dutlliiurs, Clothing O.rtupolioi, etc., are clearly Horse Uadish Tomato Farif.a
Ih tJ r ;- aeJ a:..! UIJIK! it. ic.: GOT.n nt the impti and profit to mj*flf. Catsup

: .. .. .' >. liMrui I*, th He aiJ that the : tatioii' cjfct poa Liiu by"Gov.. Lrowrf and Jihl--ej lie aaeure.l jou bavi roy best widiei for your inuhidual Medical College of Alabama presented m the V.'itre Ciav JOIKNAL. Hydro Cracker. Preston & Merrili'a Yeast Pow'.er, Refined -
Kar.d-li.; lie tuiJ i: late pathy is hilly! cxui.v .<-d and uppliu I to a'l known Shred fur Jellies Blanc M tc.
2 iu v.& the ui.ly une that LoulJ beM j waaa day to question his hapi'ine and | rp >ritv a- a Corj. ail 1 Isinglass nge,
AT MORILE.rr.np. eli Wn'cr ,
Cj oth
i ftith. tl.U ifhi po'i'ic.1! frunds eouid not vouch will! be riuir-iulnr. .. .. .: a etU.u. f>r all cases' that if" ever ails t'ie LiuJ.stre.pr.l-f
.' ; Aw II'Mt undi.e-% he would j.peal to his enemies Your l.itt.k LECTURES till cy.menca on the llth mole of tr.-iiiiuta! '. iu those coinplairtspeculiar toWuma. Patent
Glass
... I.w .' _. : .. been iatHKtaeud at i et r.t AirTight Jars
the In MOOturning! to the r1t of the U. Tc .t-I- MAXWKLL.tap' J- November r.txt IVrtu' jlar diri-ctMis ore given fir the ,
ro..inj
.: vU .e .IiiJ4. tlirtrnded and .
The of the school Las indeed tie! trextamit ofurj -I so that all FOR PUTTING UP PUESPliVEd 4 FRUITS.
.. where sreral of tie I'icertjc leaders n.cces8 State .nr ry CaSe HOVE may
IttllahfirttiGuarJt.
aerns .
.. ; .: t lio \.ry i&L:4iun .-f the j
.tatnrs 11 ai.l.! lsta..erats Legislature to apprrpriate lift* thousind dollar towered applj it. hiy j jjopy ii a Twenty Copies
.... C it (. urf-ated in iu ft| (< ) : .when or where c year

.. J liaiv IH.-OB tliv same conevjitioa ms Ld; did jciu r .r sc* me f slur or f..I iu politic*? hove Tituu:.VSME, July 4 b, 15S0. the ttiterpri/c. With this mm the Trustee $I'i_ u'rr pf tl..t. niry coniuiPt.ee m,w. Editors Articles for the Toilet.

we not aiuavs fjught the battle the! l.ave In'h ono ol the Iiri *t nt.d beet appoiitel civrn? this *.wo ,,r three Ir-sertinis will r. cive the .
to kr.if-'a T ANDOLINE
.. k-i u: lie aternu4frihl3 trget ti Tu vIse Gtfitxrt) mail Pi-bate of .'/<; T.dlehiz'.see Journal > v.s.tus kinds, an elegant dre*.>;j
Mo-liftil the Umtwi Stats.The a A..dresat'V'f
Lilt !
C.1eg.-a m eiir. JD
V t : .* 4 i ilttt.rti of the UrioSution; b..Js fur the Hair; Savage's Ursma, or Real ij ar'
rcf'i.j : *
Sr r-..thlnsr: lint i !' -<> sprovont'ua iinirc.reaire.pone Mib-et.r.1 b.i been sl ;eted in every pai t .>f LL'R & ELLS. SOS Broadav.X. Y. Greaa Rose and German Lubin'
th ; Cologne.
< < cJ ua un. Je asar *" Extracts
1 ).i li o! grt iecgh &L | bv the IKt Kn.'s ti their old and gallant CEiLELc li Ii rv prcs.-11 for your aeee Europe with the rentr ctre. anti it rich in *p *i- Jo'j' ., Ut>0. 21tNotice. an 1 various other delicate Pcrfumcv Wheelcr'a

; i.ciiy. Ii m .rliiiid. ...v ..f us to liter such d gallant |>uiB< e my r* -I:r.ati.oi i.f the po-t of 2d'Lieutea- mesa toi"jatrati everx ilepartiiient Oriental Lotion f the
V ( *$4tV. >r comples>'xi Porc Iaio au'dI
1 'i
ial ate,. ant M tuljrr iiip uf jruur C > >->. There three lanre- hos'itai.! fi ee:to the.Sta.ents.! ;
q arc
: ei.et.iv et. i.n.ia-.j a.itttii I
pulit : iit Metal
j : K> > Path Buses Toilet
tlit.
i e i .c f tEe Sr"i..#/. ten: | ; Pfdcr, Toilet Soap a
GeuUecaea have L.t vi bet
... .. lien! fj4'i' q i--.;.Unrd by ;:.o-e very m.n nr t iiosm'iic yin my >r yore Tie rix>m. f. r practical Anatomy will U.- ecned ve-v choice and extensive

g.tok4cdizqmiaat ikt 'vj-ltitn" t-f | ,.I eb'are be liud .o often sn.Wed bltu elf tul.e success anJ 1i'o9wity a- a"Cori| *, f.nd trill ever beheld shout the iniJi'Ie of October. 4 LL pcrs ms who have any ijcnnnJi asi,in>t tl.e I TViety.

ir. *r, cJ Itin.. C H>umtft; thai. ti*cj 'uiiir.cnl?. ( uinw that :n gratifol retn mlirinoe bvYe I \, estate nf JjmesV.. Dabuc_;, late ..f lx.v c-un-
nit \ the
.S. f *i; t'utirtly eu ivnt. aud that ; i..o jrailattKjd. hitloitIersau J ileeeased caileJ to tL-i-u. without Citrate ci
.r th >jr ?. FACULTY .v, are upiiu T.ii-jt Magnesia
-r UI.i2 |i.a e-. tttn-r; T. \VarJ, h. cldItan :
-. t'.. r moluiMMi% *a*in vfffd | I
vu tajj \VM. M MAXWELL. d ljv. to the undert-uue 1 ndn.i.ii'-triit: -f sal I
I. .. .1 1 Ltvrir. llvixr h hispoti.'iral fftah q e tioiiid in a CmivrMumeompo. J C. MCTT. M D, Professor if Stirrvry.J rpm-j Isipuhar fjd Jehghtfal Apeiunt 13 ninminctured -
: ? wa iat r- i .. i of Wliio: ?2nj all creiiitris. h.'ate* and pcrsoru c'.ti- I / ianaII
> ? I Iii: fumd do time
eacuut l.ioi P. HIirnTIS. M. I), I'ruresa'ruf Acatowr.WM. quantities at a so as to
-i- lie h-b
t.*..&.1i. n lang J. iw us 114! : ciiio iii.te the raa-wlu-hiyh. i j jtt'-icr. t.o! iKni i rt( w ill llr-t in battle ajruit Loir hi. ordir, the A>lowinff! gets- I II. ASDiKSON, M. I)., Professor of lliysiy tied! i t.' elniribulion are M-tilicel that th'-ir e'ai.ii! arid I* always trn Seltzer Aperient, Soda and Seldhtz -

.- :, alter Kt, p. rilliijj. l.". all for inilia| .al faith, i.eorgo tli-iiu-n were pivpofrd! and unanimnualy elected tothuirrs"pi.etive otrv and Patliolozy.! eleiiacds v ii I he- tarred at the cxpiratmu of two years Puxvdcr. fresh ; Compound Syrup of the ThosphtUs -
: ;\ > i u |>nt tu rut. this! mut tinies! exhibited itb: the Those indebted
T. l.t..rl stand tiu the w u same. or 'Jhcruical Food.DCkSa1t.
day I.-t remnantf that prwt: GEO"A.. KE1 CHUM. M. D, Professor Piiacr
...itt Iwd clvja.si aad its
; v re iir.afly glorious party rgaiu.t wh'.eh! w.>MI efts-n went iorth For Capt..m. -rn.aet P P.. Bri\* ; for !-! j evil Pra>-tie-e i'f Medicine a to the estate .iro calle 1 upm for imti.eeii.ite jnj-ut( ,

',!<- .-v E.L1.4<. that ia oad. State to do b.-a!.'. Tul Tt>-1. iii4a i nlitd, rourtwous to his Lieut.. Private A. F. 1Li3 ward ; ia Orderly, C. D. ; P A. RO-A M. D, Professor of Mattila Me !r !anathTtierap.ui e-tteroue they nu V ILLIAM" cal-oct i to BLOMIAII be sni-d. AJ.ar.Ju'y for Stoolc.KBRO .

fot-:*. \ct b r.cr.-r did \ icI.hs.nc inch of gr,
.j i I ..hf4Mo!: Party fcuU U to Mr.pa WiA* rcs lu- whv-ube f.li oa the battle lul.5, be (.-9 v.h bias On nu.tlon, C>ptni P. H ltr..kaw being present F 11 (,OiDt(iN. M. D. ltrofeasw ff 01- .e tries aol 7. IfCa. 2awTaylor's SE NE LAMPS ,
-I. .alty. us Cjllr :i
-,-:.. tie 1.L to the neJ; and liis feet t.. the foe." Tl.H be wa> rtqr* te.l to tak" th- e'la'.r.' Di-e.icrs: : (\V.-ic-ia; and Ciail.ren.! Fidel trilft tht
uf tl.t most Runitrt.
gcrun.tnt -!h at least d. inncds h-inJ On motion a eoiMuitlee of three were appointed Cotton Gins approved
tii.' ( !..e11 m:;< uf at our IK- then J. W M \ LbET. Prnfrs-i.r of Chemistry ,
: i-I
; tjHiLfthe Iesnuerite Piatfunu a.ii.ptcl l.tIi to draft islusi.uas expr* -5\ of th -ir appreciation GOI50X W Y 0.VEN. M. D, I lle.i.a jt-aters
t-ttJ cf 45 and 50 Saw Gins "" hiiyiln.tl fur
tutli. \iii-
'> N }
: u a
.. .; With f/-ce|< < a, i- -..ut$I.f ra wii. oftb- etioci-\: lie vrdor-.ditia of the character and wrvi<-- ,.f their late Captain, I I A P. HALL. M. D., ) Anat.-jr v- 0 sa'.ebv UOl'KI A MEGINNISS.BRC'iY Burning Fluid
: tfn-ty latrfl-rtM -- ,
th-t ( Mo. It was a bigis, K-und jHi'itical' pUtfona tvt <>. Tr.mp Maxwell, and tluir r..rretuof his rttiyn*- IL D. SCHMIDT, M. D,. Prr-sectc.r of s0'rn.erTAddr KEIOSENi
: they UMiv Ueresu'.t! at LAfl
Cb) '
tion and liateniel i-t-nnvnh from tu.ir midrt hretir.'d. OILS
tin u.rh tht-r'.v'hUof the South OB bnaj pbiiatcrui' v. -s %V. II AND K .a. U jb4 >uii, eccuJtng tu : 'S OOUKLC ( YLI.DEHGO
every On it tl-f D rathad ditid. d Aftn a tha.ni nw nec the committee
Ix-kl < t:.o: (tutu theN sp- Jnl\ 14. 23-Cm Dr an (if FaceItv ) ,i .7 cJ rJ.J-5-J.f -i'i-l5)
ua M ac
u <>rth .ra Dnmrr::c/. II* honored theia for it.i .- | ar> d aid nui.V! :h<> foihinit re;>oi : -L &LLY ..tJS.o

tIy &ItInj..t.!. Underwood nail i luey Ought to I Ii- pr.-t..1 1 .if i'. llxy hal jlatidou 1. /.'- ni'JI hint ii aed li/nifi.-d. courteous and JUMJllE'b) UOtULE !1.0'JK STITCH SA.AV GIN ;

: .A. a r-J the &ci'Lztu at the U Li.h toiu'-I c"Haut. leader tI.at flr-ckiairi.le eiiil. m.ir.iy .1. [>ot tih< ?.I of apt.i'.n O. Troup Maxwell Ti'tI sale bv A. HOmiAS f. CO. i Expected Arrive Sfcon.

e. i ijcc rr..rwutt rpe t.i .** I iu- | was a very high IMHI f.r a *t>. vrat; that thy j in tue i.fli.j I il reUHotis to this Company, will Family Sewing Machine 1. April2l.lcCO. IZ-lm

,:e i> -i*nse thau euiainee. anl I atsureti (the Deiu< ntt*) ought to I* pro.d: s.f l.iii. II, re eierbe j-reciitcd and L.'d ij grateful rememtrance. (IONGRESS WATER ; A large nod well scctl J

;, ttr the auiJHKiee *JM kpt by I './- stick of Tooth ..! Hair
,, be paid Mr. lireekiniid and the Southrra 1'e- | Ar. Brushes Paiut, Var- -
,- ..i$11d4'n.IfLariie?. CL Mrkks 2. Jittolrtd That ti.i- elet f l and i.iaud! '.Vl.ite-njsLUrL-.hfs A !
inoi-racy a banJasunaeeotzi1.huvatsnd said 2iispp> I Ciimjwny ply j compet2 stock ofj
pOMli.ta
.- .- rtnL efaiurt. %r >n li-ful tsr tins |..rvi. > was that if iu tie event the hell! and L er- recret the bnu e-f the v. uiab.e s-Trice* and instructions rpnc roARn OF EDUCATION, consiitutio? j iitm-His f..r Graining Porte Munaic, Violin Stiiujs.

.. :- I. !,, f '- Ii' .:"fcoh (urn si ..Jthe I! ctt < 't.ior asre cho-cii ai.d tents should th-iw> ', whirh it will sa-tuin by the r.,M nalion and .L the Trustees uf the State Seminary We-t of tie

.. ...i. : .: t uwtni.te, 1 .i-atel 1 in T.allohanssce. I loridu desire to OX THE
( u
: a ui.g
removal Maxwell frvui nii.L-t an.lai
I
t'-tliiil..: lv! <-rett c.'u'.d not be rl !
-..:. lii. employ tre- assistant tevher to supply vacaicies "PL. KC. O'a "
e1u. TBLE:
tb--V si..uli! ii-'ruttid to cast Ihtlr ,ote for a tei>tii> nial of our es-tioin, tt.t l he be elected cn ,
j jI
: I ir.y. i.4 tlus; spc pli was uo I tii.mlwr ef tbii that have oc-.rreil in the School ; two corrpetent to
Ltr.vkirri.'jr- Lin cud if they cou.d: n-it. be honorary t'onifvai y.S. t EXPECTED DAILV.T7IirjB .
I i.i'tnicti -. ii the!
-nuurdiiiati the give i Lpj li'-li. Iren -h, Latin and
I t- < poikt- flirt-1. for Souharn man x.otiod! a 7:V*<./. 'V-., t 1 L.! ariseil U4i4L lie i > uau ary upon his native State carries with him the highest re- Greek Larjjua tee, nnd one iu Mathemutic and Military WINE VINEGAR, RASPBERRY-

..- .-. uiau ti die M j. .iy. anti best wit-he of ota and member
: -.- d Le ws@iwi-etftl.e 1>11 and Everett garde every er 1
arg |1ottyat some experience in teachimj, a ol 61200 for Eters. Fresh Lobotfrs. Frch Sa'moa! ; Fre h Maekertl.!
Ool. sil.iry
: -' .1. i \ ad.'j-tid. Myml.t.iM f the lallahajsee GiirdJ for his fittnre happiness
tie X irtt.eeij lint it euul-1! 1 o:.Iy d"\i.le the <
I : T. Vard for 4o.n! <. r. -1 D W. tWVNN.: the scholastic yt nrwill bealloweiL Froi.i ;he Board PicLled Ou.onu, Piunc, Dat> s, Anderson's Solao
tlwt an irus-'eri.
K-Hitheru fctites ; the va-.t iiuijoritv r-f tie: of Teai-hers w'teit will I Tobacco, Macaboy Snntf Wat Matches
::1 ..1ee ire.I aith .haiaing aa- ul.l AM'A WIIITEHEM). complete, one be Iceted byte rprocf Rose,
.. :. \i. i aia.arnd at.J sniceteil I i Korthtra b-tauerats w< jj or to the L'-tik! Uoard of JUu'ation to act as Principal WiLls tin Cantile and Transparent Soap Sperm Oil, a.purs
] ; i .ubiic&n that! PATKICK IU;IVTOl'X.Wiioh .
had
.. ...j .J aj.lao It was st-uetin.c Ki part ; Forney set them the addilioiu! compen Ution of three hu-idreJ dollars for | article fjr Sewing Machines.Aromatic .
I eisaij.V, thnt the lctai'erati nth eon!.! not save were r.nai.imou'.ly adopted.On .
tl.e Ine duties of the
I .. bu Iic.irJ. lie Luw.neris eame tun) bihnul commence

: ..eJ tii* hi'iKir-ujih setMtd appiocili ; to- |1 the.onatty; he billet ed from the I>!aik Urp-iLKean, motion the m>-&.tii>3 idjoiirrP. *-.!. O'tolx-r 1st, leW, :-ad end July 1st, 1861. Comrnumcations Tonic Bitters. -
ail he reittralel that tL.urJv suui.d ltioa fur
-. i..1 -atuflitt'.ou.: Jut' '. \ ii ,!.!. p- B. UiiOivAVr, C'Aturma may be addrcnccd. until the lat ff fccptcmber. rJ1JESE invaluable BITTERS are a great Ra-

.:. a as atioiiiutfd, but his fiuuds ', his party to occ'ipy th he i.ncw tf usa to stsrui I:. F P nW. and 7reawr. to F. EPPES, President JL sioaATivt in all cases of Debility incident tii a
,
his renition! I continmd ii
i upon au to povtr'iilan June B). 16CO. t>.7 Board i-f Wucation.V
....'::t-. slating tliMl biid.r coei.unU.euIMiuitio. w.irru ciimite. persons who are recovering from sickness
cr .t tii..t ii:4: h-Mr.TS eot.lJ! not re. in
: :.. ". ?:r. 'hn! i-f I prmd any- I nil I find them an excellent Tonic. Those laboring
thins like ar 3>aeiit. Jcdge Rjndall and GOT.lirovaat'a NOW IS THE PPLICATION be made .- 14)I4.ifa '(I'uial' mi.litlui noui TIME I IrpO I under Dibrcrsit and LXMCTESTIOX will find
i. ; isocic t. f.illol /TA- tint of the General
ul of
t re this
> --ignally Assembly State
..':- :t .1V rIie t&.t. i.nd.r :hj I..J! ::.ij gc-ttIic mo't desirable SEWING thorn advantageous, taken au hour or so before meals
tiled .1-itioJn. Tlt MACHINE for Chatter Rai.1 Road
t it. u. ; >y irr.td on- -I a of a from the waters of
.:. :ni.; .ciuiti-d in bv .. !he I5re f.imly u=c. H.iibor
.Ler..th.juast cot i.-it j laid <-lviuiid e and Tampa Bay or Charlotte to the waters of
'- i.ii'.iwiioa waa doeLr.- unai.i.n'i Blood Food Blood Food I all cases where stimulants are required
,, the p'.atf'.rci bv- 10.'J i.por. They could Lot <1i-. PRICE $lo' CASH I the bt Johns River, at or near Lake Jesup.Palat'a 'For
i .1 t. i r J JTCUiua r. *t ia bite tan prove a word ii hi i ...i s cwuiinatcd. Ills l.a-u WC3 re Pr. r.ronviu lilootl t oo.|, in aii..th.T .literal ticdudlon to ichojcsac ureJuncrs. 11. GREGORY A CO.
the -i. thitia a i alive for ricrct IOIHVOl _
-7. great c.intei party preilounnato ; though e
u i, ii i.i.. l k upon rounds applause >.y the I nmltr uk-li all Uuiwa lotiu men can rally.Vl.ile ) ."- ectetirats-il l l a man eonnns; font nr.l, i'ven In af>i I <:t dVc.firdthr iKitult tiuuoi pri < the tame flas: qiacki-that n by rc.ortig lo Inr- Supplyo
.. \ those pvtilioirta were about the l'i the Capitol (Southwest basimint and!
talking ccmer fr
)
kno that there i is sec
sic.
atMartion in
: : ,-ei ideally to the datiaaeti..u of ti*;nc-?<-< we UL< lag HOPKINS & CO.RE
ion the tine form of the rellie 1. r that mfwtinrlam ourselves: .
.. loving pieti say -ve caught now a rellalile pnralton Uf> people < j
..
M! R
x : alUac: tras then coruiuaU-J his
piiiiact Southerner. C'ol llardee, who was in front !">!y an.) fatal diseftw.-ConsUiujilion, aol oilier organ. II L T. BLAKE, ..(Teriuthea hare StotL of SUMMER j PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHED
\; i l h ui.o rcceir 4 with Mr."n ;
,, < t'i...i N.C.. ir abo t applause.ir.utsasid s.fGen. Call, and o*. uprg! the po-ition of a motlaborioni Dr.c Kmnwn ooniilalnH U a lecturer in. our Medical ('olive"1*, sail his Sole owner ol the IV.-nt f.-r the.Ju'y DiEsS (JOODS AT COST, consign of ,aol American Window Glass

.., i. u I tinn.minati'ia bu-iti..a tmriity | anJ influential delegate from the Last uceci4 in hia fpecialitj hats tarts K> retails rOil that lie has 14. 18Ca 2J St:te cf i'.orldLTAILAIMSSK OIKDII! :. JAUONET JJAUEGEiioRHs. ipRHNCII& ,
Pure
tri.taat1.- SODS Lead
on I CuVers that the comenteil Tarlinc with the rejii.Iire < c>f r these at
wl ,
Thr' ei > were saving
: Vi 11 -'it'! Wa. tii-n i., ii.i late,?, bt.t his (friend 84 .to make it know, as tic i is uVm for the Ix.uc0tuf i i.\i: AITLL: TISSUES, and Snow WLite Zinc,
Convention was ct> > cd of con *-rvatne 1'nion FtotiftA Jute 12 1860.
,
injx; ,
d 1 ll..it I he vubld ta 4 human ty.He SUMMER
awpt any < < I tinl j sitlering SILKS. Varnish, Puir.t imd Sash Brutlice.Denslow's .
. ...i.l l that man; uf the dil-._- t id, *.ieJ t.t 1 I.irini; men ; there, before them ftiKjd as a Delegate has secured tat acentn, liowerer a frm ushouc re pee- I I hcrtly sate that I pu-chased from E. L. T. invite tlt.i -
run Col. Hard* e, who has rai-el one hundred men and t.iliiiOy si-paratais eulirclr Its j"i-parattrais from all tine*<'fquarVer I They attention rarchascrs..
Blake K: of Moore's S tcwin Machines.
\v rv of Pe.. acuij! < r MrVi -iii:* of Eii-t I trndertd tTii.ni to the fir't Southern Mate that would ). Meors C'i.urh A l>Pont are !Ui. '..le! musing-cs, sq., one June 1C. 1.M'.0. 25I'or Benzine

l'it itnt not known wliell-.oi liu-v a* thee are also for that incwt Inra'iiable <>l |i-ri |iaraU -as, I>rKatoii't Judgirg Irom the encomiums hiettowesi upon it by ,
i a.tcpt or tint. A J.l.ate thin withdrew fn>in the Union. lInt 1 suppose G n. Inl.inlile CordicL If mothers eoiiM know the .-rat tb'iae men liers of my fniily who undt-rsUnd the Sale ANEW LIQUID for taking out Paints.Varn sh
stwl"tnof
.\ 1-c.m the Miir Call GOT. Brown and Jui oll-n.hH >xtre6.hor'- care taken in putting up lliu article- oiuei<1cai f winch they we ol such thii'ir' I would suppose that! said Machines Stains from Silks or Woolens of all
; question Mas a'k.-dif be did rci'uc can form b) cornpars..u <>l it With any olhtr article ol the kinds. without their color
ard rot t.e Southern
injuring texture
eilitcd while
gallant or
p cannot well be sed fur of LIKELY NECHO BOY 15 ,
.t.i:. pi and .aue oEt an..wcrthLt< La w. u.i. kin.l--ttey noulJ prcf. It t.-anyihin thai ha ever lieencfTereJ surpi timplitity ar- A years old. well
I Rights (Vd. ; but hi* handy work and thoSe who if had child and leaving no unpleasant odor Ibis used with the same
\,un ut tl.iKtime) the them. For our own part we a sufficing ran! 'enitnt and beauty of stitclu grown i.>. good timing room servant SoM
i-. ili.-n nominated was not in Convet.n.! ) i ii wire with him, *a tot! by th "n in th platform, me wiuld fbI hekilale tu admmi-tir this preparation, knowing HUGH A. CORLEY. for no fa'_it-sound in body acid minj-Utks success for cleaning Gloves without altering their
acclamation. I good.
flu( wfie ntleinen did that 5.1 vh rariful! drurgiats ouM not tnp.iire in anyli..iigth color abo for
,, the old not want the Platfirm, the at this ofiioe. ; removing greasy stains oat of Paper
';i iidati uomiuated. both ; a nfl! perfectly sale and effectual.-qiultf 6 i I I urtient! .. though evid.ntly They are not the gcntlei lir.t- Young Guard would lance it and they did, protest Sec advertisement lor sale b> Amrt & Litilj. From J/r*. ..L'tsr1LBdt. TatMuutee.I June Si'th' ISCO. 7 cf all kiuds. For sale at the Corner Drug: Store of

J. It. GREGORY A Ca
or no protest.G
1 ,,, i MI u pnrty. the difficulty unfilled to be to ; ..-. Call followintr Kud; the reflation did not EVERY SUMMER the deT r..i for HontetU-r'i Cl.-bratedF l lace been using for some time onejof the **Noire March 24. 1S60. 13

hte', IK u ulto qualified and whocuulJd tomat h flitters inert afcs. ll ta fuund lo be the only certain Machines," and am asatiated that it is one of the bit Notice.
< ,. I t In tro fir naught-tl-at it Mi Ihese .
a.vept. petitltinrn JfwrveI saving toe, pleasure iarcccmmeniiicg or six. & o
months after
the first
Dou-las as well as f.r l>recViDridj e-ind the Guy- atmosphere Is calculated to induce a ft-t-iingof lassitude andIndijjistion. SIX publication of this no
I fir their ace ptancc i-ilion co delivered The worst awn of Diurrbira and Dyunterypive it as such.SLaisE the administratrix liEKlXED
ernor n cttlojry: c[>on Doulav. while he undersigned, of the estate
U i\ !o<4 tvr successand it mut require Mid nothing tiudi about his noli'ics. lie said he way before IU potent influenee. InnumeraMe persons, e>f J. I. L. Green, deceased, late of Leon FLORIDA ARROW ROOT it
: .T.'.- .icoral tlnutcw lead who are now alive and weti! inu ,..-. to aparty so never \aas a Democrat, le always vra j a JacL-on preparation that thee hate not been wepl) awaY In the JEFFCK'OX ComT, FtA, ) will present her final account and vouchers to the ,

.' < :- Platform, with the fact staling mra and x> would b<>. He KiVe a long tiLie ujxn harvest of death. The Hitters is rveommin.led b} the beoti April (.th, I860 f Hon. Ju.l;e of Probate of Leon county and ask to ba At the comer Drug Store.
.
'i I.that the E Utt.r of thebenlinJ. the i physician in the land This i I. the Us;CTideneeof iu real J. R. GREGORY & CO.
.
Iid in Contention tha the Central |H>Htical topics of the country, und alue, beeame ki a (reneral thing they will not speak a This s to certify that I hive out Moore's Patent dkclmgf ELCY CP.ECN, AJai'x.Notice. .

i ,.,j i a-tv., a'ciast Hie opea: of the "iat- | wt'jiite oratory ilen. uticed all who did not come word In favor of advertised pr parationn. They have tn-en Family Sewing Machines,whi'-j his been m use tis 1 1mouths. Jutie 1860. :7-Gni Choice Cigars and Tobacco.

.. adoption tip tn lid icu'i of the manner of saving the Union, oompelle| to aaknowe.lge ito claims of the Hitteri upon the It Viil; sew from the finest to th stand
: f DOKiirces till Am
M tae to M all drujrifHli.
uporiJ N> by
1 ; i and pronounced the Itmocratie party if Florida community. It has done all the awning for the family "
at. ofrvjoicing forthcin'.uinceihail TIQUORS
diuniovictehere I thought bo had fated! to see -- and toads all the clothes will PURE WINES AND ,

1 >'1 'U.ul artie and iat cced. lha M- I I Col lljrdee at.d his band, but the Governor I sup- { { Sbcrfiscmcnts.O kin I of thread. I negro can rocorurrcad-the Maihiaf sew: ut-itit to any A LL persons having claims or Urnundt against For Medicinal Purposes.

< i : t any _CJL the estate cf George N. Heir deceased
I thoi late
that ght too. ,
rot ,
j e vas looting way. that
po wants oae as binr
Jin i If in person ; as good a-% any in COOKIXG WIXKS VINEGAR .
the'csuHoftliecominrrStatc that be had forgotten the disunion po-itoie he had =-- eec. ALFRED UAYSOli. of Leon county are requested lo present them 4'C.
.
: ; ral P'. or tliould remain with u* | t-iVea in certain letters with which the i uMic arc propeiIy authenticated to the cn Jer ined, within

., r..-'vej ple.! *
:.1 nut a* party men, but as Southern : in a speech elti'uered In Tallahasx-e e>n a recent kSATURDAY.. THE 21st OF Jl LY, V.'ILLp HeadQuarters.GENERAL'S and a'l those indebted will mate pivmcnt immedately. -S ALSO A raba scrrix .

i 1 > bestow it in SUCh a n'.aniwrr.tnay j occasion. The fuel is, the disuidonists in FK'iid-i, I sold Ix-f>re A uetiou BIIG A PIER OFFICE, ) ROBERT HEIU, Adn'r.

.. the defeat of the Bloch the ny JIonticeHo! Flat. 5 1660. July 14 I860. 23-Sw Congress Water
.- V protooU i if there are such, have been counting ajwn RoorrT, the fillowmjXE : July j

.. ..i.wect for President an J Yico PretiA9 veteran General) as their leader, in the event of the <;ROES, for CASH. 5 %1. TX con'ormity with the requlrtrccnts of an "Act For sale at the Corner Dray Store of

,. ckctiisn of Lincoln. II- is pl !g l to po with Xejroe \-iz: __I. to organize the riihtia cf the State of Flonda! ,"* Information Wanted J. R.'GREGORY A. COt

.., .. .. 1\ f ir about an honr in support them and they know that he is not a tisn to eat 1 Likahy Yellow Girl. SO as adopted by the Tiueral Assemb'y! December March 24 1.<560. 13

: M I cannot. irs, justice tu hi* hit on w orJi ) year* old, jjood washer -i _(1 27th IS15: tie! following named gentlemen are ap- BY the subscriber, of an old nero man named

Iu IIeroteaLorelorty-lieelke j Judjre Kaiidall then rre and attemi-teilto speak Ironer and House Servai t. peiinted Staff OCeer to the IWfjndier General of the GREEN a Bricklayer by trade. A liberal Spices &c.

N big leadt-r. occupjinj; a jioMlion w hen cries re ourded all round of qucMion. qu s- 1 Mao about 40 years. Sect'ud Pri ade of Florida Militia, te>w it : reward will be given fur his delivery to me at ,

'! t i" u< tuated aal.'ae l by a ,nuccie dia-irc : tii-n." Judge R. said he hoped he w >uld be heard 1 Woman about SO years, P. A. STOCKTON of Gads Jen. ) Tallahassee. E. \V. GAMBLE.JuneSO /CINNAMON, Cioves, Nutmegs live (Singer do*

-I Usouuotry. Sirs: I uev.rhearda that be was in the habit <.f Ullinjf to the ywrt.'iojtI 1 Gill 12 years, Family.I Ii.ll. l>AnTRHGE.ofJefferOHfAlJstleCau1P- 1161'-. 27 Vy ground ; Jamaica Ginger, White and Black ;

'I.r..l.i.1 i, ,. ., .), eoiuuiotion. Not a uiuvc-.nor.t dd and i.e hoped Mustard Seed. Allspice. and Black
? j I threat, and aoL iu oilier jtntltMt* ] Gill 4 yc.trs, I. M.JIL.tKE.f L-on Adjutant General ; \\alulla Circuit Cayenne Pepper,

.. k ,.*,xhiMted until finally in graadcur cfWT..I the Contention would luar him. He then agiin R. II. BERRY, Auctioneer. JOHN M. RAYSOR, cf JeSferson, KrijaJe lo'pector (Jovrt.-J.-j I.q'iL'y. Celery Seed. Bottled Mustard. Nice Olive Oil.

i.ii! plrndid ieiitcnce"Mr.. bit at Major j Ward, and tool hU seat after having July 14, 1560. 29 Mary E. Lawreace, ) TRESU HOPS.EXTRACTS.. SHAKERS HERBS AND-

.' it i I. L>rWs I s.II-.""!!!*!! the ptril that i. so far sic arsrcmont was concerned, not ct en JAMKS TUCKER, of Jefferson, Btistdi Qcarter vs. Bill of Divert _I:) .
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'i.l i v-. Yonir at the North iite tie one of M j jr Ward's arinmeiat&The Wanted.nJcreuued Master; Francis il. Lawrence. J JIT ii.

: '-' t tSe lli lxr Law Party. led by Lin- i fee'.im: on all sides was now cry ffreaf. SAM'WILLIAMS, of Jcficrson. Br'ide appearing to the ea'isfaction of the Court -pROF. DARBrS PROPHYLACTIC FLWD 1$ :
I Surgeon by
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.1. inii th* ovtrthri w of ottr inMituti"nu when ip rose Major fuel rw ood. He said that he j jI I JL i is itt want of work at his tra le, I H J. Y Al.N. c.f Midlson, Judge Advocate. affiJuut tiled, that the defendant in this Bill! re- JL7 at the Corner Drag Store .

< :. <"- : is iKtween us and them-the I should not support ansuch a rc .olution ; that ws namely : House building. Screw and Running I Said fetsff Officers to take tLe rank ol Mj >r. silts out of tie State of Florida it is ordered that J. R.OREGORY A CO.

'" Iarssftnn.2in oa hi 'h Soathern) I I leh were to support Bell and Gear building and can whet a Saw Gin or mend a March 24. 2860. J3
; iwcers c; a ffitc D. R Ella a hearing bo hid upon the facts charged in said Bill
auttisi] not have them Jevrted by I end else and he did not think they Gin Brush as well sod as neat'.' as any one else; and
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> rctt nolnidy Ciigauier General of 2ud hi-f-re the Jtiu of the Middle Circuit
nf
Diigade. ; the State
:EctzIr3b. M SORT
.- Ward' resolution wanting work i.f this kind done I will '
'rtvwf t is ath. If vf cm not *ar- liad any such power as Major any person July 14,1SS.1, 2 -4tClothing. of Florida on the first Monday of Oct br next It B5 ,
1 .. 1 that he to their plantation and do it there. Person wish
at*! Everett ticket I would have us sought to have incorporated by this |*rty ; go is further ordered, that a of this order be
published
copy
. 1(1 i Uw>V around Die tl this seiuWage laid not *poUn during this Convention, becau.e ing my service will please communicate the same in the Florid-ao and Journal
occe a week for EIMSTKEE'I' & COS'
"'"I sit and to ins through this Post Office at Tallahassee I INIMrPiBL,1
.. paosed othe when great men were talking healwajs as the of three mon'bs.: :
ln.- eodegeee. h ewas can hear from them sooner ia list manner than ia A LARGE space .171 COLORItfS: wurtaritedtb' toioro -
,. "lfruri.1a-1io.e amongst. 'ala.'ua I listened but as tie CISC / IJICI* I LOT SPRING CLOTHING, FOR Passed at Chambers this 29th isXr
and he there- other JOHN M. hILL day r>f June, A. D. to its original color, at the C.mr D- ete
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.: arms t* private and tt other liinea for John Cnderwood. any way. --.V 'efhcapby BOND ,t CO. ISM_ 'J. WAYLES a- .

,, S ,..rvthoir s.tnaren; for.iouli trtl tbMn that if they r" "* thi.tr.o-' JuhvItllfaIi. 20 3t LI.1 1 Maifhll '6o. 11 SectintJ eopr. June 2thi- 1s 50 BAKEPs 6m :7 Judge. M.tkil1 ; J.I- B." 5ttC0t.. Sirrc.I





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MRS." ALLEirsliAIR RESTORER I860TE Tallahassee &

: WOOD'. HAIR"ZYLOBALSAMUM EESTORATIVR.HrlMSTKEET I "\ \ are rermin? a large and well selected R A I L ..ii 0 \ TRADE. I

V Y SPRIXG STOCK couwsting of
4 CO.S J INIMITABLE,
p. Boot* and Shoes, hardware, Dry Good, .
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HAIR COLOl IYG. BACHELORS HAm DYE -

BARRY'S TRICOpntROU8.A.o : Grotrrits, Iron, Xatfs, Trace 4- Fifth and after DR. T. J. CUR LEI
Sunday

a good assortment cUbe best kinds of Chains, Stretchers, Bacon. Salt and ON Cars will leave and iN: E 'WOULD return citizens bit of:Southern grateful: ackfc..TOSTOr Georgia! rr.d }',,'*

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Leave 1all ha
ce die and East\ Florida. for the liberal
Flour '. '. '. ; very psfctcl
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. Poznad.O& eft Oils, 4'( $( 4'( Arrive at Monticello .... : received from them during the five _
And for stl. past or mi ,
cheap by BOND & CO. ?
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J.MV Tall.ihaw
for the Hwr. He will continue tile of the above
___ Lloyd, March 31. IS60. U Arrive at St Marks. .. STREET in those sections of practice and Las profusion
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.. I country made( ..wtarrangements ..
FINE ASSORTMENT OP FKATHEK DU T- Leate Tallahassee with manufacturer of Dwiu!
: llstrn
Saddles, Harness & Bridles, Arnve at Goodman, : ale, North, as to enable him to put up rui
-- -- Mmiticello. ._. letta "
SALE BY BOND t CO. Leave teeth, in any of the popular modes al from
< ffa "
beet and
II LUC, CommooPt FOR Arrive at Tallllha .. I '"
;.ee.
March 31, 1P60. U one Jtundreil doil.ira: less than i.t usually charged fA'
_or_____ __-_-- Leave St Marks . . DEALER IN the same in the South: (be means what he I:ar" j,
: Lard. Neata Foot LLperson.wishing Ulnrkburti'x Mines Arrive at Tallahassee .. tbem to b* as DCBABLC, BiAtru\i)itIguarantee.
and Train
.j, KEROSENE. (boiled apd raw,) Oils A can have their orders filled by tearing them Leave Goodman's., Station 5 Writing! DesJ, Je1.Cel-I, as can be put up North or South. ILJkEETiciABLE
BOND t CO. Arrive at Tlttaballee. . Those in need hia
Burning Fluid, Ac.TTtLAVORIKO with < Watches of service, can, by tlrcpp
Camphene,
Work BOX ,
Lloyd, March SI, 1880. U Connecting with P'_t 8, note to him al either Mont'ccllo or MaJwou) I..a

EXTRACTS of all kioda. Goodman', Station 5. daily, Musical Wares, have tbe work done and time to teat it Utf-jr
Rio. Java and Laguira Coffee Sunday *Goodman's :$ / cry, ing for it. rat.

AND t3f" The best references given i if desired.
. TSIKOL\SS. Gelatine. .tZ FOR SALE. BY BOND A CO. Connecting with Post Coach Ware, &c., &c., I December 25. ISS. 63:
March *1. 1860. U :
: JL Fresh Lemon by every Steamer. of. and which returns before required by the Southern Merchant. I
Train and with the line of I P. B. BzOKAW'sLIVERY .
;,. FRESH Chocolate. C-n-a. F..riua. Spring & Summer Hats New (;Orlean Key West and -_-- i AND SALETALLAHASSEE STABIES

1 Starch. Bermuda Arrow Koot. BEAP. FOR SALE BY BOND & CO.LII. pointt on the Gulf: arriving at L ITIES. ,
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,.I Tapi<>ca. Bllrl,.,. Seo.; .te. C March SI. 1860. UNEV to Key Weston tbe 17th j LAWRESCK'S: Stan: Prss,THE PLANTERS LXD: : month. and arriving at St : : : : 'i LAWJl.IN'E'S: "GOLD PEJis-wAaIUNTID.: _,THE Proprietor would m-
Cream TaiUr. Sup. CaiU So,!*, : I .. bit friends and
PURE QOODS New Orleans on the 15th II LAWRESCE'S LEAD PEXCIW, ALL STILES; the
Soda.: Alum Saltpetre.' Sulphur! Pasnengers for Monticello, -_ that he baa rebuilt his ,
Indi THREAD in balls small and large and on spool. j
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o Ac.O
Copperas, --o- P. M. train. Brick Stables, at tbe old stanl.
will take the 4 Ou Particular atteution given packing. Neat and arge anti i* D,,,
rU- for Goodman'*, prepared to accommodate his friends and
eng..rl
I WEIJISU:! LEECHES constant/! on Land. RARE INDUOEMENTS0 will take the 6.00 A. M. train. I topurcfiaxtr on application. He also baa attached to his Stable a yvo eustomtn\ ;vk

The train will not run I :\ _ smith Shop where he will have have d.,n. 'ill ki, j, .

1 BRACES different kinds Bl'-f* l/'ue respectfully to thaw it. attention of Marks and back on Sunday I II Plantation work. Horse shoeing,and] farm, ,, .'
SHOULDER I the C' tiz'u..f Tallali.inee and lj..ininjr counties WM. L. : WOOD, EDDY &COSDELAWARE I the very best manner and w itt pn tap;,' :t.."

tc the fat that I am now in possession of 1&complete I March :24.! 1E60 I AND MISSOURI pitch. t,
b fit COD LIVER OIL RUl>ht.ofl'* Celebrated Brand. and well"",..rted November I 5.) 1853.:\: 4 t
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sale by J. It. GREGORY & CO. Valuable I
SPRING AXD SIMMER STOCK, I FOR STATE LOTTERIES Carriage a,.Buggies, and Harness

:New Q-cccb3 COMPRISING! OF I' I For Sale by P. B. Rrokair.pIIE .

FOB Dry Goods, Jothing. Boot and Shoes, Fan- THE offered Plantation for .:t'known>e. The as i ; Capital Prize 870,000 / Subscriberhaj just received.

cv Goods, :-'traw anti Millinery. Goods, North of Tallahassee, and :! I I JL very Inze: supply nr ('5Ffl.("

1 SPRING AND SUMMERi' Groceries :tnll l Wooden Ware, a. 10"1(1: Cotton Land as WOOD EDDY & CO. Managers. I Buggies, and Harness, ..Jn. ...h: t hf' ()!!{'.'
And dwellings and other buililftig forsale on the most reasonable term
; \\'ntchea Jewelry &c., The Offices located at Wilwin loD.
are :
Managers' I November 18. 1854. 41\
1 loeoPRATORIUS and are unusually good. The .
i ijhln low Delaware St. Luuu Missouri. -- --- -
which I offer at atioo prioeLGrateful thu tuul : ------- --
sale fur divukm
; & CLARK for the lj.'ieaI' pationnpre heretofore bestowed kpply to : among/: _._ i iI MILES NASH & CO.,

.. upon me I i.vclfu"7 solicit a continuanceof L. II. B. WIIIT A I I The followingMAGNIFICENT! ,
Dealers in Medicines
Drugs
HA\"ENOWJN the and invi te the public to call and give &?.
same or E. W. GAMBLE SCHEMES
u* a trial. R .pec'f. ,"y 26. 1860. : I II TUST received from New Yerk per bark R B Cable B.tl .
ment or. LA YRENCE OHLMANN. May* Th. Charleston I I \vi'l: be drawn in public, under the Sopemintenknci! a general assortment of articles m curb,
1* <, Merenry ; vf Sworn Commissioners appointed by the Governor. I such Oils almost
J Cloths l r prilH, 1860. weekly till forbid and send bill I as of every kind Burning Fluid
.. fi ) White Lead Zinc and other paints. Window m.! ."i*Of
EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY.
cassJmere! MYERS &: i3ORnIAN: For I WOOD, best quality, Putty Brushes. Potash.Soda. Sparkl.r\
Class fro.358 Draws Saturday July 2 18GO( I'I'I G e lat.III".London Mustard French Brandy(very bett.
Plantation in )
Vcstings, HAVE RECEIVED, per recent arrivala from 78 Numbers .._ 13 Drawn Ballots. for medicinal purposes,Spices, Pepper Lemon Svmpr
: York. a splendid Jill ortment of T OFFER for sale my PL.U. I Inks: ,Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract: Foda,;

Spring Coatings, I SILVER n PLACED WARE ._I_ County. It ennsists of I 1 Grand Capital Prize ofS'7QQQQ I II Ac" A e.. and a general assortment of Popuhir Patent
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,, Drillings, Marseilles, Vestings. & c. Ai Land, 670 acres cleared and ( MeJicmen.. We keep none but the very best uj
j '"MiTI'O or fretb Thi. tract: lie within hop to merit
Wl.|<-li they are 1 to Mamif.u-ture Orr.Vrat it I lour
I'N? Klwrtest)! notice prepared IInd i in the m'>st Fas'aiooablti to Fish KniFe, Cake do, CuP >Piu= flings, Silver I Cula
U1AnDCI' .A'.... mi ertetis-re; agMorivient "jf Salts ii..' caytr'4tc: a large., body of good pine laud I I 1 rrze uf 18.375: (.5 Prizes .>f 125'' : :20.! I ISM 18LLACKSTllTHING
Flue German rlt.J Tel: Setlll lee PitcLers. I of limber. Ap)ly to : :S !'rix".f! 10,010) C5 l'rzt'f ICO :
Silver
e. Mei: and Youth's Clothing1 Cake BjUet. C *. Cltncllti jvxnFURNISHING tl-n C- The Chnrlegton: MerclAr j 3 Pr esof! 4, (. DrOct'l.u I Ear I un'iersiie.I las!! teemed l woik
Fine Se-ts of Jewelry in v19rt ttc.. lc. wcrUr tili!: fix bid nod urw:1fI1 II I SPrze. of 8!, )"X1,810: Prize cf 40 ; THE town and has npered n in

GOODS I Ia nlDg linger Rio.. s'.. May :!6. 1K60. 2 3 Pi iuo, of 2.5A0 ',ii7,J40( Prizes of 20 : the !same buiUiip with Mr. Kubn'Slx-p,Car. ,_._..._.,,_ ,

AH fm- sale' *' the! Io'ff't' Jirm? priC'ell. They re Table and PoPouches. kct-ALO-:; tier Flal-},;.. Soot For 100 rriz of. 1,000 ..j f t 1 rinse :Silio; ,!. opposite this! Exchange: here, ill Itinp
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Cutlery I'IY _
..pectfullyaJilii4ustonWs. e..n from their old) friend and I .
: Meer- of Black smiihing will! be li-ne with
at their' old fctand vppoeitc<<> the lIanDe: Cape, \V.d.:>.J (, % of; the : PLANTATION : : : 32,396. ('nz s amounting; to .. .. $1,171.930; d" patcl.! lIe can refer with rontiiletire neatness to llimr ape

.Dank Airencr. %. achaum Pipes and a su,: ,. JL :S: mile East of 1"1I1I:1b I I XEAKLV 1 rillZC'TO nIY'2 TICKETS.WHOLE :---- ; who Lave patronized Lini bcrct,,fi>ri>f<>rtiei-Liraci) :,
We IU" r.euh"", 1\1' /)wli moiitLlj.Joseph '. genuine LatakM Tobacov (; IA'i.' acres cleared. land and 240 in I of his work. FRANCIS: PAVKEJanoarvS
: For sale )W !? "
by
MYERS
)l1rJl. JS 141i A.: New quarters, Ac. Apply H5! !-tf
I O. June *. 1SI.X/ S3 [Set."y: -- I ; !; : TICKETS: $2o; UALVLS J10 _QUARTERS__ f 5 ; --- -- -
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Di5solution.rr 1
TallabaMfe, May :26.! 1860. :
S oOCDS. I 'twa ''n I I be sold at the followmz rates, which is the risk: i I :::r: B. :]: SEJ:: : LIL\T: : ENS,
>UE Co heretofoie RU0ioaDNGgn.iL
paitnerebip ui-ttnl(' b 'U I'" S ; I rtificates ot Package: of 2S Whole Tickets 292.CO I I2U DIAPERS. Ac.CONSUMERS .
'.. JL the Sot: rib..-". under the firm of HOP : .4 a -
:: )> t, Drs. Gardner Half U9. O / of Ricnar9", Linmt and thlll
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: I d; Mlml\XISS.:: was ilsut\"ctl by m1.1ual t
1frb" coo .1 ii'a S :26! Qoarlt'r" 74.75 I
I on the 3 lilt ol May la'.t. All business of tbe n. CE \' .. \J desirous of obtaining the gtHitim youth, ilu "
21 37.37 !
will be l A. HOPKINS I Eighth i see that the articles they purchase are staled with
adjuted
MERCHANT TAILOR by A: CO. whauthorise1 <7.. associated ..
HAVE .. the full name ol the firm,
to the firm in ,
I sign name liquidation.A = iclne and Surg'ry.ay .
ASP DKAIXK IJT ( L 110 PRINS. !G,1SOO. Splendid Scheme J. N. BICHABr OX. CON A OTTDI5,

Ready-Made Clothing D. JJEGINNIS3.. -- as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of tl.
MEDICAT TO BE DRAWN IN JULY, A3 FOLLOWS! : I II
jTT.EIEs' T.tJ.LLlIse, Tine 16th, 1860.CoPartnership.. I 3ootls,
t A3TDFurniiningfioodi .: ;\ Class 3-28 Draws Wednesday 11 1S60 This caution I is rendered
; -- -- July i fcsentially! neeeMirv u

e Fla. : -, Dr. George I Class::/ 310 Draws Wednesday: July 18, I 1SGO( : large quantities of inferior and defective Linens art
Tallahasse .
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j 1f. Dart prepared season after season and scaled with the
Class; 3.,2 Draws Wednesday July 2o 1SGONEAKLT
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Subscriber i* now reC.I1'lDg.a tb'I" si 'e Ud A HOPKIXS.!! Jt.. 0. rl.ttrmu.. ERS hia .rofessiuual I I, name of .hardon.. by Irish Houses who, regsnt
(. THE R. H. Berry' Auction Room a well M. .,yr IDWAKD BRADrOED... L.8TATMKR. OF Tallahc.we and ONE PRIZE TO EVERT TWO TICKEUT3 i iI less of the injury thus inflicted alike on the America*

stock of SPRING WEAR, on the 1st day of JUDe I860, under the & 1860. I ::_ =:: will not readily "banof..n! a business 110 pri>tital>I..
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'rm of HOPKINS 4 (0. for the transaction of J "M9. : -
; a chile purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of i
t coujisting in part of Ge.cral Merchanizing: ; Business. L u.m b ; i I I CAPITAL PRIZE OF $37,500- worthless character

French and English Cloths, Cassi-- A. HOPKINS, of LUMBER at 1 Prize ;f $14,807 '!q( 217 Prizes of ...f 25W:\ J. BULLOCKE & J. B LOCKE, A enl..

: and "Vestings, EDWARD BRADFORD, Jr., price after this ( ,I 4 Priz-s c.f 7.600 '|i 65: Prizes of ... lot 38 Church at.: New York
meres
TilE
I which he is prepared n. C. PARKH1LL, 'I 8 Cash on )( 4 Prizes of 5.000 j 65 Prizes bf h. 80 Sl'pt.I.. 859.! 39-,__ _
of tie latent tt}le and beat quality workmaa-like and L. R. STAYNER. I thoui-wd. Tern. R. : 4 Prizes of ... 2,600:! I'II 65 Prizes of 40' -

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bh4.nUc manner and on REASONABLE: -Sm A. 10 Prizes of .. 6110> 4.745 Prizes of ... .2D : month* after date, the undersigned will

.4 ), a general assortment ofEEADYMADE : NOTICE TO ALL! Mat U. '(\0. _81 I 10 Prizes cf 500 "|':!7,040 Pnl's of ... 10 SIX hid final a(1'ountan.1 vouchers to the Judge I'rlt-

"b CLOTHING I -0- \ Plant er s I :25! Prize of Suit !I of !Probate of Leon coui.ty, tool l apply f>r a final<.I ii,,.

Silk Oravats nil Ties. SLiiU, Melino \ icing I charge from the adniiiust ration IMI tI... estate vl ftil
Waek aud Fancy"Cotton Under Shut:: *, Collars Half I IHoe. I reumf': : his tbarls for the ,"try.libe".1 patron- Subscriber b. ; 22,396 Piizea. .. ... .. .Amounting to $S3AIW'itui.t : liam Grimes. deceased late elsaidrounly.
and IS rpHE re
Silk him ,
age l.enlt.f"r boMoned! upon the i.ndrrsigncJ I Hotel. ----.,,,"",, I c
_L the alove ]! ; : LEWIS GRIMES AJm'rJan.
Gloves, Ae_ 3 He would take tlis method (.r retnrnirg i would respectfully pub i.c I ferns! his 'ricnds nod the d : TICKETS $10; HAUES 5 ; QUARTERS $25o: 21. 18CO. 4CmNotice. _
theC.tflI&JAGE ; --- ------ I
thanks to bit old customer for tin liberal patronage still continues I .-iai, that it u now opent E Certificates of Packages ia the above Scheme to ---------- I
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s'lict atTeotioo ZIJSI".E'jIn : ; of PLUilAi *
heretofore beaOWd on Lira aud trusts by of the commcKlation : : I be drawn each Wednesday ill be sold at the fulI .

I. to business t<> cent a coDtinnince all its various branches Y I! BOARDERS: 0 << I l..wi/l; r.Il'I.: which is the risk : months after date the undersigned will prtHj
tame JOdCPIl::! WEDER. ]I at the OLD STAND: opposite ._; ,.. llahawec. April_28Il_ ; : : : CcitiftVaU ,,! Package! of 2C Whole Tickets 149! .50 SIX l.is final acc<,utit and vouchers to the JuJrtol
March U. I860. 18 the Monk Store { ,:! /( ._ P. & I ,. 0 2rtHalf 7475 Probate'of Leon county and apply for a linsl di.
--- I and hope*by strict attention \vmiAm a 26 Quarter aIn charge from the adminiiiiftmtioii oo the ...tAle..r

SCREVENJSOTISE.SATAXXAn to J>is business to i I TALLAHASSEE, I Mary }I. Townsend deceased, late of mid e'uijtYLYMAN' .
t merit a coDtikuance! of IL. 37.3'1
I SMITH, Admr.Mar..h
.l' OF COPPER | ordering Tickets or Certificates enclose
GEORGIA. share of. the public patrooage. I !\1." UFACTUnEn WAKE, a 'iunt of money to our address for what you 10. 18r.O._11 .r.rn
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lillL also "" \ IRON : name 'he lottery in which you wish it
IiliL! He would inform -oJ PLAIN FA to purc-Dnif: : Notice.SIX
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tbe public that be DEALEK : : invested, and whether you wi'h! Wholes, Halves or I
iti as. S. B. FOLEY. PnprietrewThiiiwwand i. baa fitted up a room at his ar 'op for takingL'UOTOGZILPUSI W J.KE. Quarters on receipt of which, we 8nd what u ordered months from the first publication of tliis! as
_1J.L elegant Hotel fronting !roment Square Stove by first mail together with tbe scheme. the undersigned aemuieiratersftleestats" !
MOW in Complete order,and ready to accommodate SPLENDID aswrtment of Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Draw. of John Parkhill., deceased, Pate of Leon county, wiil

m fine fctyle ihe traveling publ.c.. T.M.fuiT] Pictures:: taken fn m a small size op to a cabinet A and Wood Stovea.trimmed ing. Certified to by the Commissioners, will be sect present his final account to the Judge of Probate of
The Rooms are large and airy.aDd tbe and life size. D ooMaEOTTP .copied and enlarged and durability.at reduced price. with an Explanation. Leon county and ark to be d>acliarg.

,p. equal to any Hotel North or South. at to life size, either on paper or canvass, ready for Out Door : Purchasers will please write their signal urea plain S. M. PARKIIILL. Adm'r
FEEIT s splendid; four bom Omnibus is always paiotmg. WM. KUIINS.I Roofing.Ornamental Frdnt and give the name of '.heir Poet Office County and Feb. 18, 1860. 86snBlacksmith

11 and Steamboat LanlinpN the to usual carry rates pasIcngcrTlo Oz7-: Call end examine specimens.;:() aDd Tin Conducting Pipe. ; : State.
half per
and (ruin the Uouse.r.t I Cirfern communications confidential. Notice.
SmPen. I Jan. 14. 1SCO. Sf' Zinc. Lead Pipe! Patent : All strictly
June :23.! U60. I -- of every variety done at abort All prizes of $1,000 and under paid immediatelyafter

: FISK'S PATEM' METALICROSEWOOD city and CoiiBlry the drawiug-other prize at the usual time of

; & Georgia Rail-Road, invited to give forty days.
S'I respectfully
E Are


a _; \ : k: chasing besfrnateriai e will-be N.*offered AlTarticles and for warranted sale. I Our CAPITAL Single Number PRIZE $50,000 Lotteries, _


October 20. 1365 DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
A.
j C. T. N. SYFAN bas been appoioled -LATEST PATENT,

.. MR Superintendent of th',5 road All persona Ocpartmeot I FINISHED-and In .Jtstruclibe.A Nathaniel 2 WUOLB TICKETS *10; HALVES ?b; QUARTERS &:2.50; BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL 113
busmen witb the Supenotendfo' Air.Tight \
having COMMISSION I THE tillOLD
t with him by letter or ')t conshntly on hand I will be carried on as heretofore at
will communicate SUPPLY ofRONEY all sizes kej : II Orders fur Tickets Certificates in of who
or return
d office iu TallabaMce. \ iit WLS, Undertaker. '-o. 39 Pojdras SL, i C3: $ any STAND by tbe undersigned,
the J.
at T. .
otherwise, )
1 I the above Schemes to be directed to coutiiuwtiou'of the pubis:
by thanks for and solicits a
E. I10USTOUN. .. -ly I r- Signed, President and Superintendent. June 2. lR60. : WOOD EDDY t CO. Wilmington Del., patromfge heretofore so liberally extended.
REFERS TOISXi-- or. WOOD, EDDY July
June 23, I860. 26 jtLOYD'S
E. 1" t I
} C5F": Circulais containing Scheme. for the month

Charles M. West PATENT SOVTERNIW. Shine, I will be !sent free of etpense by addressing ab"ve. BLACK-SKOTHING: !

Ua'MU N tr The Drawings Wood. Eddy A Co:. Lot. SUBSCRIBER:

DEALER IN John J. Snelling. Quincy, I terie are published l in the New' York Herald. New 1 tie, that! he has op It'i..y!
York Times, New Yorker Staata Zeitunjj mad N w BLACKSMITH HOP
Gen. Wm. Bailey, sVMBha
PROVISIONS vii 1
and '
GROCERIES York El where *
J. G Putnam Esq., press. connection with his LJVKBT StAatra, ,ork
GEYER4LL ] Augustus Steele Esq. bave done all kind of Plantation aDd Carriage

p A LL.nler. accompanied by tbe CIIH will meet Daniel Bell Esq., FULTON FOUNDRY -ALSO-

_.:\_ witk proupt attention. Remington.Eaq.. Tb I > HORSE SHOEING in the very best mIDDII'
Feb. U, 160. 6 tJr Ser'tinelcopy. Ed.:SeiR", Eeq., } I I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. \ and will use every endeavor! to bare vol:

Jack J.Marsh Eq, : I ---0- I 1 f done with dispatch, and to Il1lt mnmtntMtlf-

N.y. 20. 1858. j rfM) CARDYFroprlelor. P. B. BlOlAW

I I Jannarv I. 11<1\9'\ -

I Pen. & Geo. MTEAM ENGINES:: :; from 6 to S5 bone power.

---- I O built to orJ I'. at the beet material and work- Notice.SIX .
*
:3STo. 3 inehip.. sal na cheap as ran be purchased: in New months after date the tn-lersigned will.Jit't pr.
I[ York or any X..rtheru city nn-i laid down ia Florida. i his fill1>aco-ntita and voudieis t" 'IVu4) I BREAKFAST Mill. Gillt MilKGin Gearin .Ac. ..fiicwt '""TT"' ,
'fho .c.nJ. are laiTY_ fptxltng .in tbe praise of Castings for Saw ; (If Probate o Leon cmmtv.: aa CX : !.M%
te..cougtaiuly band. Sugar: Mills from 12 tul8 tor on the eftateof V. V. Shrine% tfreeouiJ
.
I DR. EATON'S I leaving r inches in diameter always on bund,or made to onJer county and ask to be discharged 'berer':

\ INFANTILE CORDIAL I PARTIES. :j East fir M* : Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing for graveyanls. H. T. BLOCK F.R. Ex ffif M' ,&dma'r.

avail themselves of the Ac.Jobbing. .,April!! T. mo._lS- 1 and why I bcau it ttnir fail to jf rd isatei.te- GOOD BREAKFAST: at the I work oi all descriptions executed "with

*_i I noun rcliff 'b.ua jriven, in time. It act at if by time a twins: afforded by we I neatness and d.. pntch. All orders addressed to I Notice. ,,
trial dose vil: couTl'oce jcu that I Florida will be promptly w '
,
-1 nmgic. and out partaking of the same. John Ctrdy, Tallahassee MONTHS after the first publicattoo Will
i "bat we say is true. It eonUioa Parties wishing; to get to ( l ( attended to. SIX "., the ut..I.rai ned e;eeuf of ibe hart let. j

NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATEof \ can invariably be forwarded i cJr" Ccuh. d;:Q and testament of N. N. Braib. rleewsed.. fIlCh
THOS. -0-- Leon *>onty. will present bie flail a relieve' by rtmmnitg tf t
any kind, and therefore 19.1860. the Jnd' e of Probate..f said\ *
tv/eriiuji of your child io tAd of by de WRt"1 itMtttibiiitu _May ) Special 3STo"tice. >bi(I' JOHN D. "*
uk to discharged
t
Fur ills it eotnmeuda ittrl'f at I r-I"
reason
.* GREAT SOUTHERN } purchased interest of Joseph Cardy M4yl?. 1860. !B-*m
known for CulLoatt -
now
Sr the ORly ,lilWk prepaiation '" .. HAYING: Foundry aa well aa all accounts
J
DrerxTEKT, Gumo ix
:
DiAtauot.
TECTHIVO. :
STOMACH. WISD, COLD RONEY & due the concern the business will hereafter be coo- Notice.SIX ...
BowEta, ACIWTT or THE l
THE I liticof
docted by me. Those indebted will pleas come after the first pnl
the Months t
,
js THE BEAD,and Caocr,also, for softening gum. PATENT fifl511't "
.t. inflamatioo, regulating tbe Bowels' ,and relieving j| forward and settle their accounts.JOHN the undersigned will preMot cuoat"
ti$ reducing pain,it baa no equal-being an anti-spaemodie :::PLaC: > CARDY. and vouchers to the Judge of Probate'.1 L ;; .

used with unfailing success in all cues of Onrciuov January 1. 1860. 4-1 y aa I executor of the estate of A. L .Fieh.r
it i
I or other Fin. Aa you value the life aod Patented Dec. late of said county.and sek to t diaclWi YISBU' EJ'tt.April .

a of children,and wish, to mace them from FOR SALE. ALFRED
health your attention of ..
4: TTTE call the 18-* l
those lAd aod blighting consequences which are cer \ PLOW. feeling .. HOUSE AND LOT TOGETHER WITH 28.1860._
.
tale to result from UK ...of narootic of which other vy A out-boildinga. which
,1 convenient valuable aDd the are very
1-( remedies for Infantile CompbWat are ocnposed.takeDOOS and must when it baa pleasantly situated oo tbe principle road Notice.of thil8I1'
: but DR. EATOn X.PANTlLECORDlAL. I ted Ind withw for \ month after the first rubliealJDII .5..;
ft harmless *otb ra This is the opinion of near Uu Depot A mo-a\\\ SIX of t he .-
this you can rely tpon. It is perfectly bfiot Price, wb ban examined it. We : menu walk of Uw Capitol It baa thereoo the Undersigned ex ecntor 51 Je1I

and cannot iomre tie roOat delicate) bottler- pateota and call the special \ ; an czeetlfnt E.Lof good water. and leabmd of AIChi'i&Id ( libaT' II'II t 1

65 cents.. Fuu directions ax ooapaiiy each that those wUhing may FivitTrtea. A ., which maka it very convenient and of Leon eoonty.will preseatbiseeutcr. oa.'d pit

Prepared only by this PLOW in tan be seen at Lloyd and ... oWrabU to OM that waif-wish for a pleasant sitna"tkio : to the Judge of Prctati FOND IJls1r.
DtJPOXT.So. .
CHURCH RIGHTS to use W. 0.
TNDIV1DUAL distributed at different: places .. CAVI UD sir rr. JOHN BOWMAN.. ask to be discharged
.409 Broadway. Y. 1 _L Leon sold byFRANCIS : 16-tm-
county
: Tallaha t e. Feb.. 18, *0. S I Ap.illl,1860.
ak>U by AXES 4k DTELT, Tallahaueo., Fix PAYNE Blackimith.. I860. ,.
March 1" J860, 11-1 y I Tallaba''. M*y l.: (160. : > Jan 14 -
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