The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: July 21, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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System ID: UF00079928:00413
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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H jlnTfrssicnal_nnfc pnsinrsa! (oriQf ---AMES-- --&-LIVELY- --- CORNERDRUGSTORE. -FLORIDA RAIL-ROAD Acceptance of Gen. Milton. r would awl! the not prospects the{glorious of the aasoc future ationi enkindle of the past sec'

= = -- Auuculcou.lan 11th, 1800. tirreots of patriotism which 'would restore tote

MILES NASH & CO.: WHOLESALE A\D RETAIITiLlAlUSSEg MRS.'I ALLEN'S HAIR RESTORER, e.e a Constitution: its pristine beauty and strength

f -ur.\Lr.ns IN- "IYLOBALSAMUM, IIox. Jons: MILTON: at a compact bchceen sovereign Slates and as

Dlt.\LEnII\ WOOD'. HAIR RESTORATIVE, CHANGE OF HOURS Sin-We have tbe Lonor to announce tc. .. the palladium of our rihts-the paramountlaw

r I H. IMSTREET a CO.S INIMITABLE you that you ban been unanimously appointed "-would) It not rfecor t s future{generations
DitrGS, 1P& PAINTS and after July 2d, 1860, Trains will run u
CSQ HAIR COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE ON ...: by the Democratic Party of Florida, at the the blessings of tho Union dtbe State; T

HEMCIXESrsa: OILS I !.RRY'S TRTCOPHEROUS, Freight and Passenger Train,oo Moodays Wednesdays late Democratic Convention Md at Quincv, But if the North should spurn the just do-
and will the Democratic Candidate f,r (JovemoroFlorida. r I who bue be-
I Also a good assortment of the best kinds of as minds of the South, so ASlo
1vtjtLItn(4rm their rtend and tb. public. I '=' Leave Ftrnatulina at. .... 1020 A. M. .-and] to request that yeti will I'Ic'Pptthe Hero the people of the Sooth have not tho

? tb..:yh-iveou: hand good assortment of nc l 1Q) S', \ :POD:1.ados: :: fcj: Oils, Baldwin t. 2.20P.M." position assigned you as their Standan and united tl. aLility.to cnaiota'.u
725 courage
are generally kept in their line of business Gainesville at
t\du as fur the Hair. talent
I ;
will be receiving regularly: fresh supplies. Theiirm ED\C Arrive at Branson at. 920 Dearer. Relying on jour patriotism tho invaluable rights of freemen f
1 < !"hall! be reasonable.T FINE ASSORTMENT OF FEATHER DUST- Passenger Train on Tuesdays, Thursday and Satur. and ability,the Democratic party Lave instructed Gentlemen, seiuible of and grateful for

t, &ll basee, April 9tb 183814.. das, will *to your hands the honor welfare anc the kindness and confidence exhibited by the
f m "" --- FLII' Leave Fernandina at. 12.45 P. Ma interests of our State confident that iuc !
true in
I..U E, best and Common.T7" Democratic Party nominating me as a can
P. L. WARDEN ARE DOW receiving a )large and freob supply oery G Bald*in at. 3.45 .. cess will crown your exertions and victors didaie for the office Governor of tbe State,

1aLtt Xi 'variety articles kept by Druggist GaiuesTille' 7.10 shed her glory on your banner. and to personally for the courteous
obliged ynu
EROSENE. Lard Neat Foot and Traia Oils Arrive' at Bronsaa at........
PLANTERS PHYSICIANS.and iV Linseed Oil. (coiled and raw,) Train on Monday, Wednesday and Fri Permit us to pesent to yocr consideration terms in which you have notified me of
tatcjjrs Cloths, r1udry, others, will always find at Ibis establishment a Burning Fluid.Camptiene ie. days. will the resolations adopted at said Convention,, the fact, under a solemn sense of duly.I ae-
full supply of every thing needed in our line and 01 Leave Brooson at.... .700 A. M. and to assure you on behalf of the Democra. 'cept the nomination and if elected, will

J ttrJlB; Silver, Fine Plated Ware, liberal. Order terms as by they Mail can or otherwise be had in any promptly SoutheroMarket. attended FLAVORING EXTRACTS of all kind .". Gainesville al. 8.SO ".* cy Florida, of their rejoicings at yoor nom promptly and impartially discharge the do.

t c:" 1Jar:: : LID :'l'Ll ::: (!)( 1.g, to and filled with the same correctness &. i if ., .. Arrive Baldwin Fernandina at.at.;. 11.40 2.45 P. H. ination. ties of the office to the but of my aUIitj.
at .
: tALLAn'eF-E. rLOat)4. personally purchased by Customers. To Cash and TSINGLASS.. Gelatin., lc, Knowing that the Constitutiont country Very respectfully,
: -- prompt time buyers, we feel confident in caving we JL Fresh Lemons by every. Steamer. Freight and Passenger Train, oo Tuesdays, Thurv is your Polar Star and the rights of the JOHN MILT >N.
; WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. them entire lalubctiuo. Our STOCK days and Saturdays, will ,
can com nominationas
0n'trtfar Hair Work/ro.1I over 300 dci2g.ir pri.-give Chocolate Cocoa Farina Leave Bronson at. 3.20 A. M.GsiDesiUe South your Banner, we hail your ltbara. D. P. Holland. George W. C.JIA.,

):%. II 3. 186U. 10 / I Drugs. Dye SNff. FRESH Starch Bermuda Arrow Root at. .6.50 "" a guarantee that the people of Florida will B. Noyei, Joseph B. Browne and C. E. DykaDenocritlc
Medicines VaxniaheaChemical. Tapioca Barley Sago tc.: a Baldwin at. 1060 ratify the action of the Democratic party,
Arrive at Fernandioa at. 2.35 P. M. Florida will hail
ABERRY: Putty, and that the State of you as
; Perfumery Burning Fluid, PURE Cream Tartar. Sup. Carl Soda, J. E. LARKIN. Governor. Ratification Meetla;.
her next
Commission Soda Alum, Saltpetre Sulphur. Engineer and Soperiatendsot.
and !Faints Campbin..
Auctioneer Oill. Gla.. Wan Indigo. Copperas, Ac.: Fernandina. June 80, 1880. 27 We have the hooor to be very respectfully

MERCHANT. "'ne Soap- Window Gla&lFiDe your obedient servants, AUUCBICOL.laDe 29th, I860.

T-LII<'''''-'. Fix. S rt.20.1855. S9WH. Tooth' .nd Hair Manufactured Tobaa., S WEDISH LEECHES constantly on band. A CARD- 1 D. P. HOLLAND; At a meeting of the Democratic party of

--- Brushea. Patent Medicines GEO. W. CALL, Franklin held at the Council Ctao
Ii. .UrWOXALD) & CD'S., Faint flru.be., Fine Hanna Segans. W. I. Clarke Esq. county .
HOULDER BRACES, different kindsCOD Committee.
Surgical In.irum.sts. Medicine Cbeatl, s A. B. NOYES } ber to hear the report of N. BAKKS Esq.oo

tt1s1 & OammissioaKo. DUSt, suited to Plantation and Family use. HAVING EY located AT LAW in Tallahassee respectfully as offer an AT.his W. B. BROWNE, of the delegates of the State Florida to tin

102 NASSAU STSEET, PUEEVUCE3 & BEANDlES-ror MEVICWAL purposes. LIVER OIL Rusbton's Celebrated Braol services to the public. All claims for collection or C. E. DYKE. J Richmond Convention on motion of Mr. J.DUXIIAX. .

NEW YORK. -ALSO- sale by J. R. GREGORY A CD. other business entrusted to him will be promptly attended David G. Raney Esq., was called

to.rr to the Chair and on motion of Mr. J. D. At.
800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE.D. :Now G-oods MaRIaNA. Jane 28 1860.
wi.l: Le reciIveJ as :o.oTt, for pub- the firm ,
A4 r ri":1't': t OFFICE: in the new building opposite kin., S. Benezet E'q., was requested to act
1"th'lI :in tnlajisr. II. AMES M. LIVELY. FOR of A. Hopkins A Co. July 7, 2S-6m GZfTLJCJtZf: The Chairman .
A ::'1. 1",9. St :May 14. 1859. 20_ u Secretary. briefly announced
;: ; DISSOLUTION OFO0x'taora1i Your esteemed favor of the llth inst, notifying the object of the meeting as follows

x. t'. nrr. nrcrti! _ARCHER SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, SPRING AND SUMMER ; : :,. me, formally, that at the late Democratic We come together fellow citizens in oml.
---- I Convention at Quincy. I was nominated times. The Democratic ef
CMPLE 1'TEJ xa.eo- nous great party
PAPY & ARCHER co-partnership heietofore existing between the Democratic candidate (for the officeof
THE as hitherto
I the country, victorious In so
undersigned under the name and style of many
CLARK of the Stale of Florida
.ttor-n.; : ::> y 3 t; Iaw sale AMES t LIVELY PRATQR SHINE & PAPY, Governor reques well contested battles is now divided upon A
by NOW IN ting my acceptance of the nomination and sectional question.' The party be defeated .
TAl.L.U'.A--KE.! FLORIDA May 14. 1859. 20_ HAVE a full assortment wu dissolved on the 26th June, 1860, by mutual inviting attention there solutions adoptedby in tbe Presidential may elro-
my approaching
; ;\ 9. if: .'. ?s consent R. A. Shine,jr.who will continue the business
-- --- -- .-.. The Original Extract Quality of r rCloths at the old stand i ia authorized to settle up the the Conventionihss been received. tion, unless all patriotic and constitutional

A. J. PEELER'S affiiirs of the late fiim. R A. SHINE Ja, The resolutions adopted in Committee at men both North and South come to the sap-
Corn Starch, I M. F. PAPY. Charleston, April 30tb, I860, by a vote of port of the candidates nominated by the par.

LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE, TT )REVARED expressly for Puduingc, Ice Cream Casaimeres/ir- July 7. 1860. 28-tf seventeen to sixteen States, were unanimously ty that stands upon a platform guaranteeing

T ALL.\U.1*!'E. FLOKIDA.XX" JL Cakes Banco Mange,Custards. Pies. P(>rrie. n.y rrmiiro tUr CinM.it: CiiiofCathJen. lre h by AME3 &: LIVELY. and the lion Jonx C. BHECKIMUDGE
devoted to l'byai.logy. Hydropathy and al Convention -an acknowledgement of le-1Ig its and protection .
: f 1 i j"i 'i. VV uUa.Jt.flf'.I.i"n and Manixi, and May 21. 18S9. 21Congress Spring Coatings, the Law of Life and Htalth-with Engravings illustrating of Kentucky, nominated as! a candidate to her A denial of then
.,", p ri.tiy| t., lie c.4I.i..o "..!f iHitr tuxl aci Drillings, Marseilles, Vestings, &..c.Which the Human Stem-A Guide to Health and for the Presidency and Gen. JOSEPH property.
. .. rights has divided the party at Charleston
i I\.f l sail C ii; Manufacture
they are prepared to to Longevity. monthly.
: t_ (it i!'.:!. iii th. C"f'i'ol.! opposite tb.door of the I the Shortest notice and ID the most Fashionable GOOD HEALTH is ova GBEAT WAXT.-We can obtain LANE, for the Vice Presidency-Statesmen and again at Baltimore, and the Southern
.' ,;I ..r.l'.ft". : V FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for sale manner. Also, an ejtawve; assortment of it only by a knowledge of the Law of Life and worthy of the confidence and support of the States with the aid of several of the new .

: .7 l-.s__ ___ : I Ifl. by 14. 1M9. 20White AMES Diet, Exercise.! Bathing Cleanliness Ventilation These facts attest the wisdom of Florida ridge of Kentucky and Lane of Oregon as

ANDFURNISHING Dwellings Clothing. Occupation etc., are clearly and her sister Southern States, who sustained candidates for the Presidency and Vies
our ;
Lead. iu the WATU CURB JOURNAL. Hydro
"sfPROTONS GOODS presented
DE.' : pathy is fully explained and applied to all known the action of their delegates in the withdraw- Presidency. Our fellow citizen, Judge Baker t
pUHE:: EXTRA and Xo.'l-Ground in pure LinJL All for ale at tbe lowest living prices. They respectfully disease. Water Cure is i not equaled by auy olhi al from the Democratic National Convention who bas been an actor in the late Con
} JeeJ Oil received aid fur sate by elicit call from their old friends and
just a
those to
Day; Goons mode of treatment in complaints peculiar at Chareston.! rentions at Richmond and Baltimore is now
AMES A LIVELY. customer, at their old blind opposite the :Marine Particular directions fur the
Woman. are given believe that there
We informed and
are of the
hy 21. 1SSV:; 21! Dank Apeucy.I3T ( treatment: ordinary cases at IIOXE, so that all may present to give us an tfnper
\ :'; Weare receiving K,w Goods monthly aj'plj it. Single Copy tl a year; Twenty Copies, are good and sound National Conservative and feelings displayed in the proceedings
DX EMONS. Guiva and Cuirrnt JtUies.:; Prunes Jj-riL 31. 15BO. !14 I. :10. Subt-Cnp'loDS .iiaj cuuimeuco now. Editor men at the Nrtbas true as the needle to :and I hue full confidence that this meeting
GENERAL. I ____ ) I
(;JlCral' J ".-lrl, S.irdiiie: "', Pickled: Oter Brandy Peaches ----- ----- A I giving i this two or three insertions will receive the the pole," and the disinterested patriotism of will fuMy and cordially ratify his action.
i Preserved' Lemons Uran, ",. I'ine Apj>l ls idtinker.
; HI"I..r P. if.I.! 41\ : Journal Address the
; NEWCOODS.Joseph a vear. those who acted regular delegates
Hon. Nathan Bak> then loudly call. std
r was
--- ---- ---- I ( Ure I .n Gage Marm"I .le. Lemon Syruj, Hiberry p- }FOWLER &: WELLS. SOS Broadway. N. Y.
; tl.... Strawberry d!,,.. Pius Apple do., and Giu- -0- July 7, 1860. 23-U if the South in the late Convention, com- for, and addressed the meeting fil'y'! on
FIRE INSURANCE ret do! t-phorry Vinegar; Fresh Salmon. 1ibnter.Hadduck. Weber, nands our admiration and confidence. But the subject matter relating to the action: of

STATE fiRE AND 3I1EI\E INSURANCE CO. Uallihut nnd bbacL:; Assorted Pickles!, "'':-' Notice.ALL the gteat majority of the Northern people are the respective Conventions and defined the
;. Scotch Ale and Porter. MERCHANT TAILOR lot with them-are opposed to them and to well that
he took by
. as occupied
PIXSYLVANIA.JNl'RE : 30,000 Havana Segars. fi I who have demands against the position as
D DEALER IX tiBcadyMade persons any
aijalust loss by Fire on the usual: terms AMEa k LIVELY. James W. Dabuey, late of Leon county hf South. others of the Florida Delegation. Tbe speech_
; F. II FLAGO Agent May 21. 189. 21 Clothing E ;V fI; deceased, are called: upon to present them, without The conservative sentiment of the North was an able and masterly one, and was received
Ts.'ahassee.' December iS, t85S. Cl AND CEMLKMCN'S <:: I delay, to the undersigned administrator of said bas been almost destroyed by the progress of with prolonged and repeated app'anl8.'

Cod Liver Oil. Furnishing Goods, .L;A : I estate; and all creditors legatees and persons entitled Black Republicanism. In 1840, the candidate Mr Gorrie being called open next addressed .
Edward M. West Tallahasuce Fla. \J- to distribution, are notified that their claims and for tbe Abolition party (or the Presiden- and
in bis mo.il I
; the meeting tree "It o ous
AND PURE of the celebrated raDJs" I demands will:I be barred at the expiration of two years I
i AUCTIONEERS COMMISSION MERCHANT, FRESH Clark & Co. it RnsbUm's. THE SubAcnber !i. now receiving at his store next unless exhibited within tbe same. Those indebtedto :y, received but seven thousand votes. In I affective manner.

. FLA.1)U' For sale by AMES & LIVELY. R. H. D rry'a Auction Room a well selected I tbe estate are called upon for immediate paymcnt, 1856, the candidate of the Black Republican On motion of J. L. Dunham Esq., a committee -
: TALLAHASSEE I May SI. 1859. 21 stock of SPRING 1 1Z'i
; 1( 'M I PT att.'ntin given' to Consinmt't.tll: WILLIAM BLOXUAM Adm'r.
I- Eleven States
GENTLEMEN'S WEAR thousand votes.
: I to111..... LveIy&j II ind forty.two expressive of the sent of this m.itag -
"rl' Ruout iioxt l4MT RECEIVED lIuT'plyofMrs.ALLDrSI July 1. 1860. 28-8w
rz: St.i... [Dec 17. 1S..9. 6i tI I JeST Restorer and Zilobalsamnm. consisting in part of ------------ ast: in his support one hundred and fourteen ;
j -- -- _._- -- I I For sale by AMES: 4 LIVELY. French and English Cloths, Caisl- Taylor's Cotton Gins lectoral votes. The party has now thirteen The Chair appointed J. L. Dunham WQT. .

POST &. MEL, May 21. 181.:> 21 meres and Vesting, 43 and 50 Saw Gins, on band and, for out of eighteen Governors, twenty-five out of Wood, J. P. Penn, E. W. Rogers and C.
which he is 40 hirtv-six Senators, and one hundred and F. Stevens who retired and on their return
MERCHANTS of the latest style and beat quality, prepared sale by llOL'KINS&MEGINNISS.; ,
! COMMISSION ,II English Linseed Oil, to make up to order in a workmiu-like andFashionable fourteen out of one hundred and forty-seven presented the following resolutions:

I 61 l.orc1ra Streef. PURE ARTICLE boiled aod raw. For sale manner,and on RIASOSABLK TMLMS. Also BRONX'S DOUBLE CYLINDER Representatives in Congress, from what are Resolved That the Democracy of Frank.

I NE w OB..LE.A.NS. A by the Cask or gallon.AMES a general assortment ofREADY.HADE called the free States. Tbe evidence of theirncreasmg liD county, heartily approve the coarse par.'

t -- ...- & LIVELY. CLOTHING, 60 SA WGIN strength, of their future ability toget tied by the Florida delegation to the Rich-

S REFER TO May 21..185$ 21Compound _ _ Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties. Shirts. Merino sale by A. HOpflNS k CO. the control of the Federal Governmentin mood and Baltimore Conventions in refusingo
Silk and Cotton Under Shirts, Collars, Half FOR 1860. 17-4m all its and with the avowed
Fla. 21. Departments, apply for seats in tbe latter Convention
M"l '*r* ll>inia: J PerVins .. 1l01l Gloves, te: dc.tT of abusing all its for the destruction aloof from its
powers and
Quincy. S
I. K Harris d t would take this method of returning 33< .'Uoa tlon.: j purpose holding pro.
iMibam & I'alruer Monticcllo, -rn:: :JiI.rI" : .II. thanks to his old customers for the liberal patronage of the constitutional rights of the seedings, awaiting its action on certain times .'
h Board Ji Deiiliam, St. Marks.Of BITTERS are an infallible: remedy for THE BOARD OF EDUCATION, constituting of the South, should in humble the South.
.. West.II THESE heretofore bestowed on him and trusts by strict at- Trustees of the State Seminary West of the people my I of vital importance to
, M.S Mr.' Nauebt James Fil
.. J. X. lliKinnoo J t Co. Tbotuasville. Liver Complaint'digestive Low organs.Spirits Want of Appe same JOSEPH WEBER. employ three assistant teachers, to supply vacanciesthat adopt such decisive measures as will command armed by the Douglass delegates at Balti-
I' March 24, I860. 13 have occurred in the School ; two competent to the attention of the people generally, fa
August 14. 1658. 3IyJEDIC.tL tite. Ac. For sale by AMES & ------ II are, by admitting bogus delegates
t ---- .-- -- give instruction in the English, French, Latin and!? Northern States and enlighten them
! Mav 21. 1859.! 21GARDEN in the rorable to his nomination from several of the
Mathematics and Military .
NOTICE. Greek and one iu
? : -- -- SCREVENHOUSE.jj Languages "
t I mankind that the Southern .
and the of
: --0- SEEDS. D Tactics. To teacher well qualiSed and with rest Southern States and by a manifest determl.nation
, J. B. T.tYLoR.J. S. BOND. some experience in teaching, a salary ol 11200 for I people have determined, and have the abilityto to force Douglass upon the party as
c;- 1cwt12 of leoo."TTTE |jj|?| SAYimil, GEORGIA, the scholastic year will allowed. From the Board maintain their constitutional rights; -the its Candidate, against the known antipathy

Drs Taylor & Bond, are now receiving a large and well selected ..liliI.o of Teachers when complete one will be selected by I rights of freemen, and thus cause our North of nearly the entire Democracy of the South,
of Sf'cds.eompriaingan the Board of Education to act as Principal, with an
} nAVE associated in the practice of Medicine.: Of extensive Assortment variety of the best and most reliable MRS. S. B. FOLEY, Proprietress. This new and additional compensation of three hundred dollars for em brethren to reflect seriou'l/ the political meets with our unqualified condemnation,'
at the OLD TAP of Dr.Taylor.JTtllalii ot Hotel. fronting Monument Square is the same term. The duties of the School commence social and commercial advantages de. and left the delegates from fIne Southern
: ,i><-... lYbtuarv 1. *S59. g Vegetable and Agricultural Seeds- now in complete rder.. .and ready to accommodatein October 1st, 1860, and end July 1st. 1861.! Commaoicatioos rived from the Union and the disadvantageswhich States no other alternative consistent with
In the selection of our stock the greatest care la fine style the traveling public be addressed until the let of September would tesnlt from Disunion.
the Convention and
may bat retire from
honor ,
vi ,
JtTrlTAINSURANCE further the and and the Table fully
been observed ; and, as a precaution The Rooms are large airy. F. EPPE3. President
lalityof the Seeds is generally tested before being equal to any Hotel} North or South. JaDe 1860. 27 Board of Education. I am aware, that it has been alleged thatI nominate a sound national man, one who b4f.
CONPANYOF offered for sale ; eo that purcbas may depend on FCELT'S! splendid four horse Omnibus is always at 30 am a Disunionist-such i is not the fact I lieves that the Constitution of the United

getting; those that are fresh and of the most reliable the Depot and Steamboat Landing*, to carry passengers will be made to the next ses- am not a Disunionist, never have been-but. States give equality in the Territories to eYe
HARTFORD.Inrorporatcd character. AMES A: LIVELY.Nov. to and from the House at half the usual rates APPLICATION Assembly this State venerate the wisdom of oar father, and I citizen and protection to their property
II 26. 1859. 47 June 23. 1860. 26-Sm for a Charter of a Rail Road from the waters of would the necessity of Disunion. ery
deplore .
Charlotte Harbor to be water of of every description.Resolrtd
. J : in Iil9.Charter Perpetual It Shines Alike for AliiMASON'S KicnxoxD N. OASDITM. STuaRT Warm Tampa the St Johns Bay or River, at or near Lake Jetup. But I am in favor of maintaining firmly and That in Ionic C. BuounKiOo.
-- 95 the Constitution of the United States ;
Palatka.Jnna4.1860. nobly Statesman of
CHALLENGE BLACKING i is tue Drs. Gardner & White we recognize a commanding
CASH CAPITA ,1,000,000. and the (each State ahd'Cdnill-
article of the kind in iue. the equality Sovereignty o talents, unimpeachable character
It preserves' tbe Boots on wbMi it is used make: CENTREV1LLE, FLA.. Information Wanted, and the rights of the citizens of each State in tutional principles. and one who if elected to

"--.'''.S rr: IKKMi AC: \ixsTLn-APAI'TKUTO AXf) r.1MMr Till: 1IA/.AKD fly nut, : tIle leather s
AXl tX>SsI; < COM1'E.tTI'N be the atmosphere dry or moist warm or _May. ?6, 1660. reward will be given for his delivery to me at in favor of the glorious Union of our ourselves and alI-th':
IJ. C. Li\VIS, Agent. cold ; and ban, for a quarter of a century, enjoyedthe I MEDICAL NOTICE. lalUhasste. E. W. GAMBLE. and sacrifice th" Constitution pledge one give
fathers ready to
are united and
mankind.! him
For Tkllalia.' li1Jlt'iciut.r.: good opiuion of June 30, I860. 27 our hearty support
adorns the palace of the --o-- of the United States, and the rightsof
mirror and the Vice-
\<.-.rS- I5. 1P57. :33: ___ ___ It is a moving Resolved, That the nominee for
....___ __ _
: and cheers the solitary but of the lonely backwoodsman. Dr. George Badger I In freemen to higher law a law kqown
... W. E&E.AItP..l1t.Gall great I \\alculla Circuit Court.- Equity. a Presidency, Gen. JOB. LANa, is a mad pVeo
.Lk .AIL..T. it diffuse it. genial influences uponall I OFFERS;his professHKial services to the citizens Mary E. Lawrence 1r only to the enemies of oar Country. flinty acceptable In the South, and has high

& Brevard, Ijke Potts the and Sun.condition of men, and challenges theiretcem see and surrounding country. *. V Bill of Divorco.Francis I believe if the people of the South would claims upon: : the while e> n.try for meritorious .

.L'1:1or'X1.CYS: : n1; Ijt.W, and admiration. Elf. OFFICE AT nil: CITT 2.-tt UOTKL. A1 M. Lawrence J sacrifice their petty differences, and become to vice both in the field and in the coon-

ASMLFLORIDA.. Fur sale wholesale and retail by _June_._1860.__ ____-- TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by united in the maintenance of their Constitutional cils ol the nation. Aa be bas fought gallanty .
Mar. 10, '60. 11 AMES A LIVELY. JL affidavit filed that the defendant in this Bill resides would be made of
right, a change will for him tbe first
I A\' \\" a.. II 1 t.:. L..'\\. uKfi llm'r rrul tos ionaleerviorstothe 1 Received : several mills a bearing be had upon the beta charged in said Bill public sentiment among the people of the Tuesday in November next. With Bncx.
Just cf LUMBER at our re- .
I l." '". *Iii"vwil. priclice in the Circuit, ('(>urt. o I rpHE JL price after this will be $lUO before the Judge of the Middle Circuit of the State North; the doctrines of tbe Black Republican NKIOOK: and LAM for oar standard bcasersv

-: V 1 i.<> hi ur the Sup.t'm.| Court and District I A N ulOrtmeDt.ofSTERLlNG SILVER WARE thousand.epectively Terms Cash on Deli day.pert'. per of Florida on the first Mondayrof October next It Party would be repudiated by them, and Florida will do her duty and roll up a kiger

\ '' "f. tlf'l"lIItt..18tatc'sl&t, TaILhn'ee."' .L'm cases, R. W. B. HODGSOX, is fuitber ordered. that a copy of this order be published peace and harmony would be restored. And than was ever before1 given in the
... ,L:%' i>i5! ;ee in Itt.' I-rll' new building; ovtr tbe.'I| PLATED WARE and BRONZE CLOCKS direct L. C. LAVENDER, in the Flondian and Journal one a week for 1 believe, more over, if the people of the Southdo State.majority
v4 -I.M-I lUil Road.HOGTJE manufacturers. months.
tIe of three
from the
I. ', I 1.:0.: f\ !I And a fresh supply of SILVER SOAP hr clean -Mayl56a- -- ----21-3m--A.--S. NIMS.--- Passed space at Chamber this 29th day of June. A. D. not become united in council and action, Resolved;That our thank: are doe,and aro

in" Silver and Plated Ware atWARDEN'S Planter's Hotel. 18 o.( J. WATLES BAKER. Judge. encouraged by the divisions existing amongus hereby tendered, to those, noble and self sac
& AMAKER, I June 29th. 1860. *ra-27 tbe Black Republican Party will continueto I II rificing Northern National Democrats, who
Between Kirksey's and the Rutgers Building. ri MIE Sub.cribr having; I triumph in a course of aggressions, until .
ATUWXEYS & COUNSELLORSH I seceded with the Sbulh-rn delegate.and united
TERMS C.A-SIEC. foims JL the bis above'riends Hotel.and the' purebuelQ' ;;' I For Sale, I civil war will come upon us as n thiefin the with them in the nomination of BRECKIVKIDCE .
_1 ..T :r1w, June :!. i860.! S3 well and Disunion will be amid .
LIKELY NEGRO BOY, 15 old. night, proclaimed democrats
I ral, !that it is now opened yean and LANE' ; in them we recognize -
I I 1.\V1'': I .,III", Mi .i ,,. (pinliifri-l.il in 1..m. :uinl WIll attend tll am' proU-ssioual busi- For Sale, BOARDERS. G. C. TOWNSEND. fur no fault-sound in body and mind-titles good. light itamp- every
.. Do not wisdom and patriotism the ..
i Con
I of Ihe Unbn and sound ti.
true to
llabawec. 29.
I" I' He' lIon. :...\. PERRY A AKER. I rr'IE HOUSE AND LOT ON}). B. Df1)bw. I&L, April -- I June 30th. I860. 27 necessity of such action by the people of the utional principles.
'!1v 1. 1 !>*. IS : .L Street DOW occupied by R. MiGINNb3.: : ;) Notice. I South as will present the alternative to those
------ D. : Resolved That the Democratic of
--- -- I r.1. of tic North, when the public mind is leu ex- .
Collins I y5.1S60.. 1GeoT persons having claims or demands against Notice. Franklin approves the action of the Stats!
George S. ALL: estate of George N. Veir. deceased,late OIX months after the first publication of this BCO cited than it is now, by the approaching Presidential Convention of Florida, Hid at Qnlney on the

ATTOKShY{ & COUNSELLOR I Walton Knight, of Leon county are requested to present them tice, tk) undersigned administratrix of the estateof election, to regard wisely and' as 4th ins!. in nomination of Gen. John Mil-
AT LAW properly authenticated! to the undersigned, within J. L L. Green deceased late of Leon county, brethren our Constitutional right', for the
.A.T TiA."'W", I ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR the time prescribed by law or they will be barred ; will present her deal account and vouchers to the preservation of the Union, or -for a separation ton of Jacboo'COUDI, for Governr, and R.
FLORIDA. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. and ad. those indebted will mike payment imme- Hon.Judge of Probate of Leoo county and aslc to be B. Hilton of Leon county Jor Representative
( ROBERT HEIR AdmV. dit bar f'd. ELCY' GREEN AdroV. upon[ equitable terms, peaceand
Store ditely. ; well
j- Li..11i. Drug < to Congress as thenppcrlntuwntofGco.
: .( : r, r';-,-.' ftr State Bank. _;) Q Ojrjci at Messrs. Ames & July. IWO. 29-8w" June 30. 1 H'r/ -lIm' i good will I Who cau-donV the'rt'tllt- ;
i M :\ 1P60 19-1J

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next.'e I When the ir.ott litter of I.it spook c.f I Sir. W. W. JHoore.
: R opponent
i ; "Saturday
.t W Call. J. C. Antleron *nJ! J...a M. Ciorrit I; to iMe I. Democratic Meellnz renjctnl j Every Di-mr-ci--itie paper 'n le! Stats ,-f New Front the letter below frcm tl ie
\\ cull on the Deniocrucy of Leon to lute JI| cxaozalljandpoUtKal'y In arch term a* Y,rk and Johnson.tud rtuduteaBreekii pttlB.aBsoA'tn I'
An tarrcsj I> \M gotten j iuf'port* Doujljs
as Electors for the State ; I assemble in Tuilahasee foJuws wiH that he wou'd! make a ] rid ard Ijine.E'ery that we were rnifii(>rned Ai to h,* u: eV ;
from J. 'ihe Mao Meeting which i b to no t>n' suppose I e < c.
:anJ h rtilv cp on \Vc : JJttoJwfrf, That we fully. *ndxrrse I IW'iincrniie in indtan.i sopr" Bell & Eterctt. I!.
1 1Vest. on Saturday next the 2Sth in&t Let ns rc ord fur the occasion. We.qU te frgm; Ceo. D. paer cupro.ruaDiiughis u a tctU : -
11 tho -idinmiotrntion James Buchanan ; Miami GOJ E Jo4.. Deutocratfe Elector for the I end John on. and repndntis tl.! J.aunioa roan now, and las hero. "'. for tL. *,
trill be trans Prrotice, the editor of the LoMitstHt Journal, who j 1a
.. sound, consistent, and faithful to t\o\ Constitution 'I "ho has Uen on a brief vUitto our eity, Dr. | 'hive "It rOIl e'. Importantbiistueu I r-iidaion.. eciinridgc situ. Line I I two year We w trft aware of his h-anirgj :

it will! l he -nn-nbeTod with pride and 0. T. A\rLI in the Cl:air. The meeting was acted. Following the ratification suggested in the Wf"U this following about Mr. Dret1inriJt'hen Every Dmu.rtlic rarer in (VIe i c"i:.ia 'rrp :rt* I direction; and inly tie sUch c tht.
I cull below will be the eejevtkn of candidate for hew'a* a member of Congree: Do', 11 and JuLceon and repudiate t-t .1.II.on gave report h ,
:; atir"ctiun. Irtiij after its nis.ligiiori! Late 'very respectable: point of nchiber, and llr.GocniE'a ticket I recta a* a matter of information, which earur
Senator and four We ascribe dishoror to ,
the Legislature, c&rslstirg e.f a nothing corruption or
tank into mreJ: conttmpt-ud O.SClltJ" peech was listtniiTtp *itl marked attention of the Democracy Brckiniidge him-clC We believe him to be a En.r) mocr.ii'.c; Paler in Illlnri :h.t did f.otsurp"it : ia an apparently reliable form. But wL.li; yr I i

On motion of Col. Unbelt \ etui irtorett. A, a rpeaVer, Mr. G. u fluent Hou e membm. Come up. Brethren eoiciention* and honorable n* w. ll ns II rno't able Lii t'<.In in ISSrf. 110\\: *rpj>e>rt Do'iplmandJuiitii'pii I:I chin to hare been a supporter of the: I:1: :
; l On ion he created aid} unite jour coutiMls in tlu nomination We'haie half nfiaid the I c.ul rrpuihalt! a tho duULle-n ticket of Brcck !i K gratcr
oljtions were un.niroucl.ndopicd.. nv':- and grateful and tl.e impre* on nun. been Iriins eanw for thetw two years, hr dialS IK.I dtty tL.

lion it wan rosolveJ that tho ptMl'CJ.Iur this occi'n wa not only flattering to him but of tuch a ticket .1 will command the rcoPp..t I \; < to fx|rc** fully our oj,iuion of hi III. Kst our I I.ig inti.I;. and Lint |j vf the statements made ly "A Flori: tMl',,
Iu fifth tf the Democratic
Missouri four |: : ia
,. 1 paper )
undividedsnpPrt. \" fneiid Di-trict and elsewhere might tlof
in Urn
this fne<.tins l he published! il the A[(- gore abuadunt' promue that in the campaign' heou of your l1'I|e.DCiit8. and your own hearty: dicta ill untrt.e to the in.r.'t e>f our r"ty. Par I uiport] Doucli and Johnson and repudiates the [i Centitt.ttPH viz : that he I* cot and nev-r Imibeen

t Ijcuicola! Times.On : I *. '.,! bear the Dfnociatic Uunor tnuaij.hantly Ce me up. aiso. men of the Oppo.itiou flplll' written bj- u forae month! ig. in relation I I tH LtIion, ti.'L.t I.I !J a )emorutl.ut hits always opposed tlie Democrat

mniion of Wm. T. V*ood Esq, tlm ov
thanks of the u.ceti.ijj: were tendered ti }Hon. G,'tu MILTOX. Dunocrnttc candidate for Goternor on-which our cund.datcs etantl. a* cnibolit'g' Ljl newspaper oigin tliroitsliei.it. tip conflict and j je Di'iyldiiti. Ohio Ji bne iMnocratte>n.In the Dan- I: even while a Douglas man, he yc&rag.i ,
doctrine I b\ 1'ieSapieme \ can and do, ..ml'l.alh."lI.\- 1I..ft. w, rdof every ,1sper. except wagtj a Uvur
constitutional a* expounded
: Nathan litkcr for his nbl nnJ iltlr.stingIpfltl hating nachid) the city while the me"tin11 i cund those pniagrni.h*. Mr. Breckinrid I l ii pun- ill pipeT at Cirveljtil. owi.'d ly the U. S. f'I I I and unrelenting war upon the regular Dera.atU

-; The r.tting adjourned sine die, .aa.cmUiiig..pearedia the Hall and after tho concltirion I Court. Why r.ot uiite with us? The am! noble! hearted ruin, and a lili.ru: minded poll. I Mnl. ki pK| 'rl* Doug! and JohnM.ni. and repudiates |I. nDraines far Congress, and rn!taioed, w tb t'j!i i ,

4 thrC chctri. lor Breckiniitlge-three of Mr. GORBIC'; addrew, ua loudly called I Whig party is not in the fi,U-so say those in I ii i inn ; I.e I 1110' earned and won at home and at the disunion i ticket. \\Vchixgto-it State ,I influence, the Know Nothing clntiJltulr!

't three for Milton-three for Hilton and three fur. The .General "a' too much fatigued to nia'ke high life." You are then in a position to express I Washington, as high a imputation fur talents as belongs The Savannah KtpMicun copies the above from I Legislature in his own county.: TL'u Le I Lad Uu

Hectors. without H-illc to the charge to any miMi of his age in the United State the States without: one w..rd of correction or a 'r
(or the State but he responded in a short talk bkh preference being I exposure
a tpeech. your We .10 not know Ibfar.y t-eiitlemm wewotild rather I fjct right lo do. He wa know to belong to
4 D. G. \\CY. Chairman.S. of tbe bmner. The conte i is of the ubttitigited falsehood the extract eon .
.l the abandoning Whig I
elidt mOlt rapturous pkure. I see in Cunrrer; and if he lived in a Lrxofoco Ditriel. *- Know Nothing party and no one expected
- Secretary. I looker on" between Breekinridge and Lane on the one hand Linn for instance woilJiucer tales I-it,t1n yi-u Mr. r..puUicl1nJo.! expect injtLirr
Dr"I1ET. Major WARD b"in? present B' a wasI Bojd'c we -ly else from him l.ut."ar to the koi(," agslajt tit)

-_ _. cilleJ out, but he declined in a few well timednnicrk I foil Lincoln and Hamlin on the other. Whig* anil rijIiee; in his elee ion t. retain jour Hitherto good character for fairness Democratic organization.t are net
I *. In enter into n discussion as nolhirg' Democrats are all opposed to the latter-cin we his-coni-iituent The lion. John, declines C. Br.t'killridlp.a re elfction in h,a Congns letter jo. by repr.-dueiiig such gLuing untruth in jour columi statement bjw ay of assault! but only! that it tiu

foiimJournal.. I fallen fivEi either of Ik j.rerious speakers of a not unite on the only candidate between whom He will be missed iu that 'jody. Hi great urbanity. ? Be warnedif such tricks are repeated I be kne wn abroad that the fCpnorteM of Dcrpln Ibay

' '_-.' --_.' -, controversial character. lie reciprocated the' ans and the Black Republicans Hie druggie lies ? A 1 Ida |>erfiCt f.nrii.and, lila jiowerful talent matte very few will hereafter cite the Republican a* proof whu cow claim to I.* the Nil 9emocraty stj d'

) ., -., TALLAHASSEE. -o' -: ''' I iety nhich Gen. MJLTOX had expr -eJ for thj future nnmber of the Leon Whig have already declared hiiuone of the very foremo-t of it* mi ter >I pirit*. oil any |n>:rit relating to the canvas I' cjare all others to be bogus, hive tikcn as Utrrerre'cctaiive

lIe il.us.a natioL.il l reputation and t.obly las: hew /. yea Yorl. where it i i s.i'd! Democratic
, and the Um mi )ht by Hguinc the call published in thi duj't every
-. of the country hoped <>n : yet paper on IL" I in Florida: a man who baa sl.tp
tared from the the BUck that we can Look over the H-t and then follow paper MtpM| >rts Douglas and Johnson and repudiate been in all
VratDAY, JVLr2I, 1300. IDEMOCRATIC be J\-ign.f Republican 'II I cc.n"picuon". our political cone:,, for

_-- 1 Notice ,ill given of the intention to form a lluir patriotic eiamjlc.Breeklnrldze: At.\B.uu.-F..r the infoimiiiun of |x.htieif.ns; we H..d.inriJgp.llnJ Lane. our baiacnahoteinporaryJUowt I hi* unremitting hostility to the Democratic!

. NOMINATIONS.F0.1 : ErccUuridje eud Lane Club when the meeting ad. have j-reuared\ a hit of entv. eight newt-paper, better if the State doe i.ot. The following I We insert Mr: Moore'u letter a* follows: partv
and Lane. publ'Jieil in tl.i Slate, whieli we believe i il the paragraph which we clip fr.'mlhe Jwrnal cf Cumtntice I
a jvuracd. total Bumber. We lut"e..I endeatior.-tlti clao'fyp : Jacasoxyzstr, FLX. July 16. 1S60
I PRESIDENT : is somewhat to the
..ilititalljtho e journals and thiiik weha" euccetdoJ I' To the Editor floridian d Journal
': nON JOHN C. BRECKIXRIDGE I Ratification Tleettnsln Fraukllu. IUTIFICATIOX MCETJXG( t" a decree whieli will ennl le the public to NEU votiK.I :
In facetious
Read the proceedings of the Ratification meeting JKlgchow the :tate will \ote in Ni.ieinhor, if the i I The Troy Budget has lowered: the Doucla flag I your very comment* upon a cooaj.nicaliou .

.; OF KDTCT. in Franklin held) on the 29th June published in The undersign respectfully invite the citizen prc- i ian index of the popular sentiment. The I j jIJgure in exchange ft.r that of Brrckmriilge' and Lane I which first appeared in the Wahu>gteo

ip FonvIcEicIntNr: another column. We undertake to ay. from the of Leon County favorable tr the election of BareaI.NKIDGC > below we believe to be very neurlj. if not 11,: f.lluw ing list uf Niw"rk pnper* supporting Constitution, and produced in your iue of the
,, entirely iKcunite.to \It: Of tile nerextv eight newpajitri #- Bre-ekinridge ami Line 5 is, we Uluveentirely 14th instant, the"
Si 3 GEN. LAXE character: of the nun whore names apj!enr among I tt LANE and the Il.ilforn of Piincij,le I of the btnte nine have d..d"I..tl"IJI't'f..r..llc" accurate : Journal of Corinitue N. Y. ; Buffalo I you enjthat Commute man I'r

JOSEl)1 thotc that Franklin County will Ixs { ft Urll for Breek- Poi I'in! hamton Putnam Courier Florid, has, csre are informed, given ia hs ad. .
: proceeding" adopted bv the ConxenUou whieji nominated tl em, I Ut H..ulu.; rereiteen >r ; aixl/oifv t. ; County etion

. : .D found a uuit in support of our tielet. More than to meet nl the Repretei.tative null of the Capitol "S..rdg.--I..rn; lug I"l.c jet lo tlee-!.re their plefer IMi-varc Republic Hudson GIIZ tf'. Dun- to Bell and Everett That he !taned towards
will be rolled in I 45 ice. Of lie Iwelte let to hear frum. tenure Diinocralie. ki:k Free Pits ar.dr the ual DitnoiMiic tity unable
TOE PRESIDF.NTIAL ELECTORS: u: niaj up on SATIBDAT the 2Sth July inst., At 11 o'clock/ and the other I.U-MO
tore independent.Tliii tHviaeluneetni'j; News, Allmny Eveiiing Stan
,' ? ; GEO. W. CALL of Nassau. October atd No\'ember for MILTOX and UILTOV, and M, to ratify said nomination. it i. not difficult to foresee that the result in dard. New York Pay hunk Bro klj n Eagle! and I resist the drawing cfhis first love, when tie |incfc

1t BEECEJCKIPCE and LAM.Change Alibiuni itt differ inalerulu' from certain brlirvp ..I... came, he could not himself from hu
Middle-J. P. ANDERSON, o Jefferson.: P. R. Cotten. T. T. Pearce, promises I we some A uuuiltr hate Lot yet ffpnrate eLI
.4 GORKI of Franklin. # Eli S. Cornwall Jntm Biaid uceiitlj made in (hllrl,'-I"n. Bliltiolor..llrat l shown their huuda distinctly.To Knorv Noth'u g tied Whig fiiend

v- Ujst: -J. M. ol Schedule. T. W. Brevard Oeo. A. Croom perhap iu other eastern citie-.-.\ mlg.nnf'ry Mat thl4 lut should be ad.leil the Banner Ljbtrtj I C nnot im:igin wl.o jour informant i> o* whit

; FOR ALTEROTFS. : It witl be seen by reference to our advertisingeclumne R. B Hihon.D O. A. Ball.Walter The MontgomerjAdetrtier of a Inter date gives MidJle'town Mercury and The Stites. 1'IIi'n.l c ,'ild hive been the object he had in view, bat

ErsiJAMES G of Hilsbor'ugb.3hJdIc that on M.nday next the pa-eengeV trainon W. Gtvjnn Gwj-nn, Ue nnincj e>f 52 papers for BreckinrMge and Lane l The down of err-
F'rU. IL Archer R IL Brrry.Ge bucking the Tny Ev-Ifjet U a sigulfi lain it it. be has either wilfulljor ig'-orant'v' im

c -W. II. MITCHELL, 'Madison. the Ten.acol. and Georgia R. R. will leave G. W. Paikhill. ,,. W Briton, t fur Douglas and 15 for Bell and Everett A : cant sign of the lime Tint p.p. r js the organ tf peed upon you. For the tist two yesra I have

11c.vtDILLON JORDAN, of Cicambia. Tallaha at 3 o'tloik I'. M. (instead of C A. M. Green: D Chain!, Wm. K. Benrd. .- piettjgood showing for the I'fen of A1alII 1I1.- Democracy of the Re..{alaer Congressional dis been n faithful and consistent advocate of the claim

: FOR ASSISTANTS: as heretofore.) and arrive at Madison at 7 P MPassengers Jnnu B Gamble, John IJr" fltd. When." sajs the AJverliter '' we take into con- I trict. U
W H. Wilsttll, C. Powell Chaires.! I hoisted me tame of Douglas at fir-t, bat ofbTEMiEN A Doicus for the Presidency, and BO

L :" -E. M. GRAUAM, of Levy.J. will take the stage nt Madison fur Yaldosta "'. L Villepigue, W. Fiieroon sdrratlon the fict that newspapers repres'nI r.; ::1 the feeing; in favor of Br"tkinriJg'115 too strong t man of truth can say he ever heard me utter on*
J will leave 4.30 A. M. the 1"11y Democntic cOlutiflich CCUP*. their I|
J. L. TATI-M of Mnnrop. which place they at W D. Bloiham. A. S. tVle, to be rfjiateJ and hence the ch inge. word which could be construed into an emlrrt
Niddle-RICUARD BRADFORD. of Madison.fsAAC and arri teat Sat'annah at 12/i P. M. I (i. Troop Maxwell, C. B. Gamble, Democratic mnjurilies by tl1t uIt1J", siuh a* Cheo I of Bell *
ment and
We the further Eterett. I
pass (.n to misrepresentations of am to daj a* firm
n' WELCH, of Walton. A petition is in circu'ation aSking the Post Oflue W. M Bradford J. II. Gatlin. k. e, Jackson Ac.. lire all \n favor of Br cklnridgefud a
T. A. Bn.lford., JtmeAuM. the &tatc*-the quotation above from the Journalof Douglas man as I ever was, and shall continue Ube >

I l Peirtraeut| to have the mail from Savannah to M 11. Na'h.P. E. Hmistoun La.ne. the -';helplines! of the Dougla fact"01 Commerce showing. that that paper knows nothing so long as lie nnintaios hi* present position.

, q FOR GOVERNOR : Tallahassee brought over this route by ,!.ich I I I. Flngg.J C. II. Au-tin, ViH be et iii more parent." about New York. You will oblige me very much bj' tie

.JON 1XLTON means we will receive dates from Savannah eighteen II Bull. Wm. Kuhns.Gro. Tile Montgomery Mail K giving
I Tho J. Perkins I says In HWons'n, more Democratic papers support above 3 place in your paper. Yours, te.
.; OF .lCIS (I T. hour in advance of the preeentconreyance. Bja letter from Chambers county. we learn that
J.mes Kii kser, T. \V. Bi,'e%:i J, Jr. Breekinridge than there me opposition pipers in W. W. MOOKE.
---- t JAIIICIL Pl.il'ip] *. E.-q one of tim. candidates fur
FOR CONGRESS- I Fire In Klarianna.We I aWMjrr. *, Geoiv Zuck..rIl the Lci-.Iilure ul tlie list election of the Stlltf'SRigl.t a.7 the free State sustaining Bell r We know cf -
B. ( '
.- :B. :. :zI.'I'QJaor : are permitted tu mate he following extract I A. I. WUII rman.<} ard, Edward M, rt'olt' Oppo-ilion i* now a strung sujiporter of but three presses in the North which support Bell- Calculating the Result.

LEN C.'tTt. I from a letter written by a gentleman in D. P II ..gue.L 'i J.M.C.Ik.T.:. '. BrecLini'I'lge and Lnne. A large pi">.|M rllon.(>f the the Boston Courier the N. Y. *r'uand the Phil That staid old conservative sheet the Boston
I4-iaDr.A'1 j Tatim Mate alx, and
RiglitOppoilton vote it that *
-.. -- --- dated the 14th in-t.. which fays.- II kn i ks ey.john jnM, ,,. Kattr the eunutrj, l I.y u large majority. will go aj tor the adelphia JJ'oniioThere may l'e more, but if so Conner, tvli'di! is about this cnlr paper in all Ne

, i Democratic Meeting.in Leon We had a d..t'trlll.tlfe fire here this moruing.It .- i. B. C!l'nitn.Willum J. P. Crichlow.Win. ticket Douglas men are too Scultering, there, to we hate never heard (.f them ; while ii. WisconsIn England that support Bell and Everett, puts forth

the old) burnt F. Shine II. New'eon, count. alone, where the State boasts that all the Demo the the result of .
, t.A Democratic MecthTg will be ws on district jJestroj'ing .tore.of J I following a* probable the Prtsidential
M. Robertson
) < ee R. B.
beld nt the Court-House Tallahassee Purler and King. Wm. Powers, ftore house of II. Robert flanil.le Ja.. J.Carpenter Whitehurtt.J An opposition Convection was held at Montgomery I erotic journals are fur Douglas nine of these presses election--

I 0. Bas ett, and '. Towers law Looks and other I E. L. T. Blake E. Pur ly. u few days; ago composed (f Eighty delegates flj the Breckinridgc and Lane ticket That we For Breekirridge-Pennsylvania 27 New Jersey

on Saturday; the 2Sth July inst., for the of McClellan & Thu nel. II A. Tihin.Jiast F. Epp .. representing all the Counties in the Montgomery are not wrong in thi* statement, read the lollottingBRECkiMUDGE : 7 ; Cah'ornia 4 Oregon 3 ; Virgiri, 13 : Smith

property I Ja*. D Galbraith, Joseph Wei'er, District Tide C rolira8. Georgia 10 ; FlendiS Kentiiekt I
of the Congressional Convention embracedall ix WKroMiN.-The Mad.-on
ratifying Argusauiil
purpose lresidental. Powers was partially. and Paikcr & King were I M. D Pnpy.Hiich John II. Rhodes, Demoenit Beaver Dam Detnoerat WaukeshaDernocrut I Alabama M's-i-sippi 7 ; Texas and Aikaias(4, (

nominations of BHEXIXKIPGE and LAXE fully insured. The other parties had no insurance. I A. Corley.R a E. Dike the leading Whigs and Know Nothing in the Mnniiuwoc, Herald and Milwaukee, bee I each) 8. Total 113.

and the selection of Democratic candidates The f.ted District ill. I fear never be rebuilt. J C. Piiiklnll, J. B. Ca'rli I.. district. HOII. T. J. Jiulje opposition candidate Bole support the Breekinridge ticket. For Bell-Marj lard 8 ; Tennessee 12orh;
Ed. Brjd ..rd Jr. fur the I Carolina 10 Rhode Island 4 LoniLina 6 Di
There never was a clearer case of inceudiaiisu." Alex L. Bull Congress in lust election against Mr. Clop The l>ailj-Milwaukee Enquirer, a Breekinridge ; aware -
for the Legislature. It is earnestly I L. R.St.ivner. C K. parha"; k. ton, reported the following resolutions : sheet, is to be itsucd on uud after the H>th, under S. Mss-r.cliis.etts 13 Totnl 56

.0. 3- Riehard: Saunders, C. B. Ca e, 1. Jcoed lliat tins Convention l Ia. the control of A. O. Ellis and A. }'. Suiueford. I For Lincoln-Michienn C ; New York ".' V tt
] that the of the <'llyavo's
hoped Democracy Letters 01 Acceptance.We I I Donald Cameron John l'ratnr'tnc, mont 5 ; New Hampshire 5 M.iine 8. Te lal 59
and .tlhnus the CJucayontnal..
County as well as all others publish the lettei of acceptance of MesrsECE A. Amaker, R. Wiirarrs.. principle laid down iu the platf. For Donsi! '-lllinuia 11 ; Ohio 23 ; laws 4.
generally, .'iiui.t' the Aliieiicaii of Al.itaina
1'tirlj adopted from the St. Paul Tiire
Daily Wi-et>n-in 5 Connecticut C. Total 49.
BnEC1t! and L.''.E in another column. ..Theycrec' ---- ;
.- who intend to co-operate with us in the I l"e will notice e/n the Mil: IVI ruary 18iu at Moutgoiutry with- We obserte that the'-t. Peter Statesman and the Dujhtfi 1 S te ....Indiana 13 ; Missouri 0 Mitresjta -
:. aid 1 :: in our rtxt i-sne the article "
nr tll1eiLltul ton al.'gr.'e that is rcftib.iL oe.t ilnu e or jl'atunenl. .
r present campaign, will attend. Itt thc..1 tla of double J..4Iiilj fu.n tl,e lat7"rj./i>. ..n Mr. EicrrM. Wa:t ..f i. Itiujie I. iliac since thieodc'tton ufotirafoec. t Scott County; Item ,'rit berth tiulal the ic.kluiidge 1. Total 21.t .

3IAXT I II I rscc prc vr.t' our oVin.to (),). Tlie IK'iue eraey said |I':" form tiiv, -iijueiiic! Coiut of the I'luteJ t' j ting m.i! i ml it to tli.ir riuiU.i t The armmli: AVir adds to those "Stite p t
DEMOCRATS.Democratic TIe Dait lillutto
'I I Atigus'a Dtrjxitch. neu'ral can kirk ti> U:U kr Mr. Er.rett Fine Brecki'iridge n d LID Democratic! d. '
go r.-eord :t.it.. i Ills dci."led tIIIe! l'I I..|I'I le* IhcrtUi uui i i : papers wn is certain for Rrekiniidge thi. f 01 it
anti wi'li strong anUui: Crate:: I. arrings|.ulhbhesI ; ; but take Brec .inrid-f' trot thedirruMloiicf J their ,I ouue'c.J 1 are coriict ; in.d tli,..s it Is ee:, w ere in \\l fot.in. wlieri the: Wa'iiington Staff declares Tennessee 12 North Cin.Iir.a 10 : L .. raI >
Mectliig In IVukulIa. I! Mr. Bretk'i.liil '. kf'-r. mid at r.iV.nf toMs I Ii par'} J Rlhtiitloru..sjjef? JH\H\ 17Tli whittlie
t : sakirri only ln.Ii; ;. There will le a iKmoiral-c: ma!. metinr; in the i eupjuirt. We copy the Coiiimrn's of the Di:pi'rk Kent.nel is ntiMaken both a* to Everett and '* Iu l I.d">ng to us. And! ll' 'I.e"'eor.je-tvutlte i iiiltrti '
i ..IrgIs. ash .t"r.lt.) is the! central ef the
j organ Lincoln we shoi'd ad.IMiac .UKI a !LI.
of New Port the) f ihe Nirrili their al.ie'i of I IUakbililiig
tLe Sooth
count/ \Vakuila at on Thursday and its announcementf its cf t.r ticket : Breckinri.ij-c. We go back tr the record of Everett ( or me
the 611rJICrt] : I to i insert lhe 26th of fur of
Jay July next in 39 besu he
l purpo t tomila. Mr. : 'rvm-ot'a LCTTTB u r -\orrrr.\\'F-W. wa for the first time : .rni whIch their cand.cMere 1 the X Y. Iltrnll *
before two
sition[ rrlj
put PT't"r4ul'I".rllJl1l1gl. ain t cut C Rh'nie Island luJutaia Mitieut.ii .
r sing ccnehdate tor the next L iLllre of tbi.State ner.l ..t cull : -rrion lo ill* able, sot,ioti; nnd | cille loit ::.d': the organization Abolition bve'.clies tue people, we "lIIlIot. corsistemilly ,s Ltb our afureBjiJ '! W.:. ; 4 : 4
cousin'! We 1.IlIu.re -
i is !
a not me for Bell! Total 14 >.
Florida. manly letter of Hoi. JOHN C. BncrKitBincF. ncei'pt- i ; in ':*. lie then of
> was an abohlinnit-t bji>n l pluiforin lbi(5.( give onr ufij>url to mit i.J.lt i.
t June 27 MANT DEMCXTIAT ing the nomination a cnn.li.late for the Pre I -It .et'is to us to embody |iiieples: essential | cUlie Tc'lIg1"s"and Breek.I oral .1'
p'ulf..nn. i plpCt:5 t'upro.rt repudiate ti votes at 1L We im-Hne in thn k tl I t s
t', the Mf* l\' ..f our int-tijutioii aid the pr"!irratioli ![ Bal that inot hn only record. As La AS 'tG or i. I:,idrcd That the announced iirl.lre TheN. Y. Herall ., !
among prircipV I i f the Sth contains a [ do Utter than that. Doeias'aJi.i UrI
The n for the Campaign, !I I of the Ui:ion ; priiieipVhuli: t'IIIIAKiJ the i; ';.', he id (,>ind sympilhiMig with tl.at infunoe.s I Imark in our afore-Hid platfcrn, i iJ the et.nul i ne, tm t list ,f in Mi-soiiri may Ii
Florii ftir IIn,1ju.. dotiine .rpdr..t equality tit ,; i piper* tvL'.eli have sieclirmlther: I fur liiiroi anal ti. liani. and Rl nn\ } <. I'
.4 eterjHiteteM f'l'u\.1i..an.[ Sumner. and with tile rroec I. W'e : : the floridian for the iiiidet tettion lie this i. mew.lh prifermcta. ILe list embraces tle rime of 21 and Mr-ouri .
:1 furi.a Citrnpaign. ely jriasps I logs t.hhe Sli"*ehu etta Emigrant All 1 Society in I I bu h h-gishuuiiin i its 111117 Le ncxe-ar> t ii prottelI carry Mnrylnnd -dif endn ui .
which 'i eml.race a peiiod of about five month. ; the liAinl ofi fla "nii n. 1111.1'e hnteeinh Kama lie l I tlurm in the |I.,.(e-:.n ii i,4 i ei joj inel.l e>f liielr slute i JDurn.il-, tyfteem>T which ran Ill' the Bietkinriilge extent tf the Democratic plit in thaase! '-tnuv
lfi.ee that lie will IloI'r for Tim'ivatKiu with joine i in a fo-'inior.i'il to Snwier.nfur "
a j
I jri'1eriy. 1lii iii.eiplc i* e- uli..I.I'ecauae it i i.i iI i. an.! Lnne flag and! thxe that cf .
at the following reduced rate*-barely sufficient to j | ; Douglas ned John \ ever. Were there ro democratic diai.n II!>
tl.e e..I.t'liluti'lIl1n.J thel'nun i the
patriofcdevolion to severe whuh that
eaniiig lan-.ti received .
i but lite nMrli of the C< ,lity in of etc-li
11 remunerate us f.r the ( and the law. Like the letter of lion Jos Lr..tiie, '! at the luirj of the LIaat of the r-oull.er.i JM right I II |\.I Stain Y 4'rilJ. iLcWabhirgton organof the, lit ii I 1>I1 ticket would not eorre wtilin a ti)i > 1ssni'iles >1
: BCOOK l:11
xpni : of So'ith! Carolina I I onv IJtlllnl <" one of the i ij
f To, a Club' of 2. tl a.ime post-office. ?2 candidate fi-r Vice> PrC'.i.l'nt', heerdorwstl. c Plat ':I WIttI'IIS tint testimonial" Was it j Niiilhern Mute*, and U:e equality e.f i i ig:it* tr vaeli I|I Ii gnnt" 5 is tither asleep or is paid I.eavily for liii.1.1mg. of receiving a sing!j electoral vote nI -
a I
I form he
l. .. 0 3 reported by majority ut CliaiK'lon and I: i, Siiilhein State uitli! eueh Norihern blate. U IM>- I' I ?t-pt in the two Mates l.ielitionrel, these divxnssj
.. reaffirmed at Baltimore. A. we cii lorr.d the silver Ii..nhn public dinner, a private puive or a K.tiie such I Ij
t ever < p..uteclil.thct'd'J' denies nth I Li Ofifa too it is
111, I I Platform t then embrace it row, astne firtiiiove- | pla-ter for his broken 1.C'aJ'iIj nut tl.e Heutinel I i efl'JiI, I nlleecty sime poor ani i j will not eriously jeopardithe S'leceiof the n*

't o. 1: went whieli! any party Ikil ever matle 'Rtnre the mischievons make inquiry <.f Mr Everett t The public i i curio j j I 4. henilieJ, That the quc'-tion of protietion for thoiiijettrj' tl:ing i if almost the irre ne-sidvd I mocraey.

And 10 I single rab criber we will tend until the I slavery; iicitalson, arose. to stltle it in nc I o.i* to know nil about it. A respondent ('f tlieQIIIIIC 'i *!.i\e |,r".j>ertj in the ten-Lh.rie", ns sulkiuntully war Only one piper, it i ii said! supports "the d'S- -
&stofjanuary for 1ty cort'aneeilli the full nie 'ure of jn!lico. We. I
I j laildxun ill our nf.ntail plutfoini. has beeulur, tnion ticket. Let ns see : Capt. Robertson Speak* Or Himself.TALLc
The cash should be reen-ant to our eh.n-hed princi|>leS. and | } RrptMtc, in connection with thematttr. the .
I mt inrnnallit. accompany the order .11", 1 piriin.ount qutotiou I in the tending I'i i's.iderijil
I to ulut trite lobe the tital I ks *.'... I orrrl.PM' %*'[ 'ttr 1" 1I.C <
o the paper r.l not *c.J we com interict of the I I ISoir.li n whether Everett paid the umouut he subscribed ,! flection ; nnd one tli.it cai.liol be IguolnlI
l : were \1'.- to willihold" our huiiiblv MiprxTt of I f.ir the sid "teRtimoniil ?" I wi.bibt: a surrender l e-f u'illn.lii rquabty. That tl e Sfarle C<"'ty Democrat ..itcaitr,. EJor.s-Thie Sentinel, in e' h' fi -i

I the .litilllIihtJ, t statesmen It. are the only foX.t t ',I has tie It ,'iIlI.. tin.; week Ia't ulruf ...... .. '
National we the
Democratic It is due to Mr Eierctt to sty that after the jntftioii il.Mi.pteil l)"uiocralle place nj hea.lofoiireobimns I jour piper .irzigr5j.i c< e m
Appolntm nt. l
I poimaitei.ftln'e principles now before tk' eoimtry j i lut.i!. One portion iiftli.it jurtj after the tli-rul'. lite n:.me ot Hon. John C. Brwkiiiiiil-, I II | nirnrwitlia legislative it.niin.itienfr .ni 'I i < n' '
One or more e>f the. Democratic. c'anJiJte for for the Presidency und Vice.Piet>i leney. We there heading to the subscription paper got into the paper u.,n. flg-diibted in Convention inul, uiaiiiiiu, >u>>!j- !I of Kei.tiuky. for Prrt-i.lent. and tint IIf f General J.. 1 takes ** '

Governor tongics, or Presidential Electors \vil] I fort diii.ctltr *,ounce our dfteitiunntion t. give *, he stated that ho signed the paper without I 1 adopted II |.Iitfviinia-ertiiigihe; piiiciplei"r protev. ', !ph L.r.C'. Of Or.gon fir ViesPresident.. occasion to grituiVe" Tfv i.r. i ii

adJrt the pul.i.e. at the foil:"inp times and placir: I I"II"OUII the Mippoit eif this.|paper to DsLikiNrtDEO and LANE.In reidiigit. and upon the strength of other signature* | lion T,r *!'aipropeitj in the. (ti-rrloiirs. sulstaiitiillj Itia Mttiree t.f tnutifk.ltion to know tint of the i peels" ainl I to remark : We -.cdir-ta-1! '11111 Ill

\. ., (Catlatiau: TurMtajr. "lt1..n
Levy eourrr. al Ce tsr Kev, Ve4n4i'y.! July IsI fii-in the hgilmiAte protinee of iiide|'cii'int journahism I Helper put forth John C. Urn.'illi.J.iO i Mild Jo-e|>li Line a* .il coruiilt:, e in K .-i. n on lit: tn!iir.tar. t-ix ...ft'n Mitlon: for Goternor." In tl.i ia. I br ... .. .1
MnnmcoH.mtal Key WVni. PiUir.1av.Jul.JIii ::.:::::: :::III i w ho-e higluat ofHce fhraild ever lie to rin- Book !" lIe rtated ttarlher that !-ad lie known e iuiilihlte! for the l"r"iJu.J Vice I'lrMde'lcj in w i rt in (ivi r of 114 I ci-tin; lIre<.kinrM; andLnne.
; lx>r t'
_,. 1 HernandanxinlT i-t Ilroi>l> vilu' M.xi.lny: : ,JulfunUT .,:::::' : : :i I 'ju-Ike. cpiee] error Ther.s.Uret I the. i-prit in which: it w a*drafted and the terms in uj:>oii Ihe plattoriii thus 1.1..iini.ioii-lj' ailopic-.l No tiiree "I'p"Fed sail one rrfiled to give ail ex- .

'>nly.t A p, Orange counlr. at t'.un H...Frid.). AUICURIOrarcro ... .... : j-e ::tic Mellonrille .... .... .. the But not a word dues :lie
rMnl, .atunIa t AugustVoluma pr.neiph's on whith tlie'e pentlonien w.re placedIsGre l paper. My against I
a tleiiej In mowed ill ill-! t.lalf..rlll luau| whieli it t Ni) CliP will doaJ for a moment the hi.-i charie '..
eounly. i \oliuia. Mon.U). ..... ... the j j.liccd on it two f ni.i.il Tocst inDemocrat. <
tt Marl a( ,. aKieala.Thunulajr Anpt-i Auzll.. . . . C e-ourtry. Reeognirirgflll pliiieiple hostile the testimomal" onlj e'bjeet to the ruainer has put itS noirim before tli. publu, Ine l.ri.eiI'leI I tee and the true .n..n..ti" D,'mr>cra<>y t.( the j
Marion eouat%. at Orange prinr. AuruiM. ... . .. ....1'1' U> the tliKtiineof equality! or of equal pioteetiiMi. in which that was In be presented This excuse of piotectlon forba! '.e l.r"t'I'I)' Ul t lie Ul l itt Ir*, I It.ub popuhr aid: mi'ehl...* Brrekinri.Ige and the pnl j .*, between whom ai-d the BUek Krp '

1 PL rmnim John eoitniv.ewi: ct at t'llatka.HAuirmline.Satiinl-n: j'. : I.\t ::::: : : ::.II I Ihp (. to 11'0n.'f le ironoou do and fatal ahke; to the South and may he saiief.icti.ry to liLt supporter ; and if it i If, inntiullj'a* I laid clown in out alore-aid I lllil: cud war wi>rn teter-.n Line i can vs niB-bites the. con'e't roweviden'lj: tMl'ton i>

Pa rat esxini}'. ;J..I'm.4u.b): < ... ....1: can 1101..5 tlmn to oppo them. And U* we ele m said pl'uviple ..f 'rtt,t. fiiuii; the C'fa..flmd Democrat. scppoita the Democratic; ; c. ioii ee* fo Pr-
it i it 1'1.111'41111I'1'
Clayeoooty. at \. ,Thur.,. ........ . Believi.i thai 15BKTki\Kii and LAXE are the onlye1fwn..nhi |ptrf.tl clear that they are contented with t" the *M, >ulli, Uul'AJ wef.el boui.d the Out FUG THESE. I '
Au/ Within Vice if
tij is the crt Prendent anti .
week the aided in eee.rin. '
Mew Hirer enuniT.*i !1.ri< r !aY. AUel.r. .... ... ....nAla"bu. (.f lh .*e pn-teipleo we ilee-ni it the dutyo very little indeed. But to our rmti.'s.; no man wl o I I'jralloi"* t.)1(diilj to .ur to ..: all Ptarfc ;f.r'f'lIt. :. < : >
Cull iv. at Ga'nC"IU"' f.luI.j. Ang . .... ..I : all who wouM! them the .:f country Countt iVmotrit. the old onrin of the MernD. indile platform on which thry s'and 1
Colnml.ia C u.nly..1 Ijile.$ CUT A tip .. ....,.. .. ( the see adopted as... policy contributed in any way, shape t'r form to encouraec ably can to have t tint |Ii tincipi: carried out in the .'n.oeraey ;>f the hark I lone cot;ntie -the. Colic ;i .IIf nvj
feuwauoea couuty. al Court lluue, 1'u. Aug......21 country under, to abandon their old 1I < i.itionx OIK! that "io.Hdif.landert'r.] Sumner, to persevere I acliiiliifeilaiuil allethtnl l I.\ Charles N Allen lite j I tl.em al-o. and it ij imj>oitniit that tl.e I)-naIve';
All OI'I>lii..n eand.djtcs: ate in\iUd to unite in rally one the glorious( 'mn.eli inotto banner"on lio>' f..Ms arecitl.l.izuteii in his mal:gnint os.iultson the South, \is \\'U thy I.r \ by tleelareit a.uur.lclil.t.r"I"I.urI'II..t| | lint a* Deilex II "-l".);,hue ..f the! Di-mos-rsia-v: (.r ujxuntimlent .fj State ticket should I* tuctuicrd. The Kc! .

d the oppointrrtuU upon equal term. for free :.. and Olt':." jCaTCE CQIALITT Southern and |I er.!, biitmelelj us tile .1. .I.llll1lcJ fiuiuls of-outl:. I j ji C-.m-mm <*vh 'oN-Ihe "'Il'\'illt.; Uninit. nn.l! t'l! I, Governor tates plate! in OtelIer-iiiut f. r Pr.inNovunber. -
< a : that the testimonial
rue iu .
I ; qmgtion era xjii.iht JIIH! $outlieri ill 1I1 tiLIuii, ii ted 11:6 allies j Carroll! D'liHurit.' f-itr ,>f th<- nbe-t! }-moera tic : It
Cn. Milton '
e.Jon. ---- wlmteirr it wa, did tliii rncourage < im is of \ln-v, who, bj placln! :; their u..hlin.:1 ujx.n.il i .I'I1In! '.:.e State hive ni-e.1 the fiai! uf Breekin : n Jif.ote n Ccii'
''s:; Ii. F. ALLE E .. oppiisition fur Con- All hail, Alabama I UI''lliutlaJl n-Mrlin y it w ill bat cnee said that FJor'Ja cum .: I lIe. cour. Ddidlf 1,1"lfo.rlll lidje and
q ( The oppofciti AhiUima into line evident for no sooner did he re mne Ii'u sent in the | .4>iir oun long ctier1 I IiIIl..II'Iinl Lin. and are
  • iii<; I attic with caine'-
    grew left on the 13th inst. I attend the aloe are heeling Senate Ihan he : l"ie if I'r".ll'cli.>ii lor unite.pr"I" nj in liein' I futor of the I'liio'i find the Constitution by on for Breekinu'ge and Lane in Niv.rar-fr '
    I |l'"ureJ out n strenri of the uletdander I I
    in support of Brecl.iiridge and. Lane joust nobly. the trllllcllrhave gn-ll cigi..il lpr..t ,( I heir tI" a i3>"'u" t'f he Democratic thus the '
    HILTOV took the Steamer on abuse and denuncialii j support| nominee. i! pria1.ceta of these! g.-nt'&uien win '
    rpiltmentYr. Six of their have the tide'. of the .H>utli lint | totlon to 'uillt tll equality. aunt .juU'hero ii.at t Ito I
    already run
    "ues.y St fi.r Cc.br Kr\.. and .*s papers up t has j The Democrat ttatf luSt a mi-s con ten!ion of I rioutly !ann nl.! "Ctic'.n.-tan J t.aes iLta ';
    .k I We from the Mail of the 12th j ever deluged the Sencte ehambor. In-tead of tion. to uj'x.it| IJrcekiiiiidge and Lam, ll in their I!
    quote Montgomery
    doubtless present and took part in the discussion a lust joining in that tertimouial, why did not Eiirett I' letters (>f iuc-piai.ce' tf the iioiinnuiuii or other I| Detnocra will i le I 1J.l: at C..flrntu': Olit'lt nn i tearlj teretl and though I late tot one vote I ui.n>>

    : that place on 'tnCMa,'. I : I. condemn and denounce the which the W-H*. they git e their unqualilied S-lllctioll to the day, to put a BrcckirriJge ar.d Lake electo-1 consent that! mj little influence fchull Le wintio. lbprom..timgthie '

    i -- THE TATE Rioirra Orrosmov P r s.-TheBenton ontliugliU i platform uj.oii winch they lia\: been no. mated. I cal ticket in the fid. j success of the ni.1* I nt!
    Herald announce its d..lf'Ml1illRI to |I slanderer had made A ,l>ort communication f from Like Jecon and Lane. Thi bus !(((n eijH-ilcil sttjp..rtJlreckitiri.hge j the Smith ? No ole a ked him to the ;| These resolutions were aJjptc-d and thus, at one I Frill fie dent'elan.I [,nncra!. \j therefore gist that vote, ns I hnte slwsiahan.! *

    econdii.g the jiropoml in furor of Cnpt. J-Me }1 for s..me time from the ton. of the Ilerthl. There I' lout approve I swoop, the e rix'it iou of the Montgomery ili-ti'ut, We iihii-li Itxluj thcpriH'ep.linjjof the mf't'tirg the; regular Demoerntir rou.ireevad l. > tLatai*

    Uubel tan for the Legislature lias been mia1.id. are now. we l f'li.... fire of the bUte HigliUOjipti- I c-ining why Pat Simmer on the back ? Why 1 i i.li.llle with exceptions wheel into line in support e>fi '' at Columbii to ,.rusnize the D.nioerncy of Ohio. :| Democrat pe
    tion the > besides adttiea-I iiMtMj to him-"sir, you have done 'I' n.M to ft.rm a Brcekinnd-re: and I..ane Electi'ril good will do likewW.
    clheiwite it would ap|>cftr.C a precsof tate, our nwn. I wrong. i i Bicckinridge oud Lane TIle MoliigomerjMail
    ling the election of Brckint idpe and Lane to.wit : You have taken advantage of j oar position in the I Ticket. The State Convention forth!! purpo will JESSE M. ROBERTSON
    pt. Uot>ertron fjnalt for Ilimlel" in another the Benton Hi rul.l. and the Ha)'netille \Y aldunan.of Senate to make a inlhlos attack senst.irePlle. : has been the organ of that party for conic years audit !l meet early in August. Let the Democraej- the I ---- = .-
    on a
    column in reply to the Sfntintl. Lowiidcs; th..l Prattulle Slatoi-nixn.of Atilau:ix ; I now battle manfully for our nominees.: Hurrah I several counties speedily commence the organizing The Hrerklnridze-Vote.
    : --- Wettimpka S-poeUtorof (! ; ami the Eufuula ] Yes, fir; jon went out of the way to assault Alabama : e>f the. town-bil' and School di-trict. i3

    a Gon. Utou'. Letter of AtC ptante. Express of llarL&.Montgomrry J/ail12/A. the venerable BITLE*-the uncle of the mann -- I, In addition t it thi. a, a furtl.ir imlicition: of thetrcngth The Pei.sncola Observer giv the tote ("n it.Pieslileney .

    I We publi-h the letter of aeeeptance of Urn gen Some four or five Democratic papers hnvc joined lie, incensed jour attack tool the law into his I Sos John XMIIIam : f.f Pieckir.ridt'e: among the Ohinn. nearly I by which Mr. Breckinri>lge wa nommatcJ fur

    ; R tleroan on the flat |page of la .1 1, ',papcr.andom the feeblo rank of the Squatters in Ahbama. but -wn haml, and caned )'I'U. I corddnn the chastisement CE:TBEVILLE, July 16. 1SC \ I one third of the StUe Convention which! met there I at Baltimore, and remaikThe *-
    1 1I
    mend i to the ear -fal peruu] }the people (.r the here we-hn'e inure than their number made up yOu hue received but I equally condemn I J/WJT Editor*-The notice you gave last h.t week willu'rew! and organized a Breekicridge I South Carolina and Florida JeiegstP.1'tbongi 'ff1*
    and rlid
    . State. The ab.urd charge ufo disunion" prtftrredagainrt I from tho opposition. So we guI I Hurrah for I the pir.t: aid temper of jour fP 'lCII. I, as one of I to a communication received from this set tion w..d:1 Contention I thetn-elves pre entitled ent to vote.encoaracin Their-,joint vote ri"t j
    him i i. mt by himself in tht lettir. nut Breck your c.nslituC'nlfl. tellyciti that I tJj-Jrpr\"e. f jour county inicht lend to the impression that There is not strength enough in Ohio to get up a I have mnde lie."

    the charge tuno'inlt to rothinj The people are course-, and I ,'illlI"t. therefore juill in a (teMimo-I title Di-trict has no citizen illiin their limits who-e Bell electoral tick-l much less a Convention I I i I This i is a mistake, so far us the delegate ti-mis

    .1 peifectly faIma) vih: it. Jt hat been raise veteran lion.Pernodnt Daniel S.and.DIcklucoit.Tl is out I IIi at to yon. If I were to do so. it might encourage I name they, wish to pr>*cnt to the meeting on the We need not expose the mistitement of the paragraphs Florida are concerned. They were not present t

    j against every Democratic candidate for the last ten warm in the support of Breckinrid pure e patriot and I i jon to think that such conservative men cs I 1I 23th as a candidate fir the Legislature. This i it a I copied by the Republican further 80 far the organization of the Convention, but subsequently

    who insisted that the South has Lnnr.-I pathise in your course, and would then on .m.1 mistake. Capt Robertson does not reside in this! I have taken ?i
    ., )'ur. hi rights It i* sakl that lie u ill take the in ,. you as we the trouble to look at the facts, took their seat, on invitation, and paFitiI4tl|

    ,ID the Union which should not Le }ielded] up to toe halt Anticipntirp the course of clump the DuBgUu I first occasion repeat your offensive harangue. I district, and in lieu of his nAme we would preent !' we have shown that this tSlatet has deliberately in all the proceeding, giving the vote of the S''t'

    ,I: demands of the alllitioni.11 ,i I riipticniat at Baliimore! admitting the diS-1 will not do it. but instead. I want you to retrace I for the consideration of the meeting Joscpu Jonx '. misrepresented the truth in every State to which I for Breekinridge and Lane with a hearty good *'B-

    1 1 delegates ''r.mlhp South and excluding regular your sep! and to learn that it is not the provinceof WILLLVJIS. Yours Respectfully 'I IUXA5IMOCS we have referred, and it may safely be eseumcd that I -

    Tallahatcee Beat. I a Senator of Massachusetts to deal in DEMOCRATIC VOTE OF : tho tame i ii the with
    I ease regard to the others. Oregon Election.
    r Capt. W. F. Shine a notice in Another representatives of the Democrat.. Mr. Dickinson jt f CENTREV1LLE. ', I
    pnblitlics I tion nnd Abu of the of .
    per-ple our -
    dcnuneia-I Our the Coam"iof '
    wrote to hi friend in that 3 anticipations, says Journalnf
    city as I
    column of peculiar iultrest to all ul to Miliiia ; lIE Den Not RESPOND. It
    jVtt I This wa the course to and was announced in the
    pureue not. SALES There
    Mem. stir
    er was quite a the 13th Inst. few Jaa reep
    among expressed a ago
    Jut in Brat No. 2-.and all. the of BiNGtuiiTo. June 15, ISCa I convention ye-tenlaytl.it: Col. J. W. Echo's: (the i
    ) betvoen
    t i ; Ib and 45, are liable to this duty uulesg age I I greatly frar an ,.nl" .lIud. if rucee-fiil, a f.i'al tip a vile slanderer by subscribing to a testimonial ': the mule Breeders on Thursday, and we hear of i 1 1j Proiden: of the conversion) nnd five others of the I ting the result of the election in Oregon are fu1f

    exe.npthyI effort to rt..i 5ft the return of the wither,uii a de1eI I in his behalf a* Everett did. i j several sales at high prices. CoL V. M. Kenney. :I r>''t repeetable citizens of Macon tountv. had realized by the new received by the last. steleCr

    eome fpeciul taw or sufl"ri:ig from some bodily! in. ':I pntioi io? fr front re iling the return of utica I But the Sentinel intimates that we avoidexam5"ing cold to 3. IL Child, (.f Tajette. 71 two year old written Mr. Bll five or t-is week since, eneinsitig I A* we predIcted: l, the Democrats have a najurit1
    : firmity. I eielet-' tio"*. they shm'd be welee.rned to the floor Mr. I liim tie Amerit'nn plstfiiriiiof196.nnihaskingii ,
    Brerkinriiigc's record bevcnd **
    the dic.ruj.tioi fur flS3.ll) head. I seennngt
    t 13.000 or
    t ballot in thrs
    Capt. Shoe has appointed the fallowing lulmrdiaate i i (>f tl.e Convention AoJ 10 their fmti iiiijft < whether or not b. I'tldnl"l"t'oJ it. t'p t.'dtt'! rothieLiz. -' i on j'-iut thecgielatur.,
    . every I .t Bul'imore. How can this I e m-ide to \ Frank Ford sold ICO tame to the luvj lien 1'f-IIr.1 1 of Lire V*
    for his Brat riz I dei n tnt'f>" of rppln kno i r. to i popular ,,s. j age same (rom him ar..l tlllt rrf'Ulnl'ti"n b tiemoacratie L. S. grratcr*. in place
    (fe.r : t r.rrC'A"b..n h-s: record wss made 'f'r-e that I J 180 Lcid. 1.111.: he nut not an$'fr. or. I elected Wj
    r4 MnmljTlmr iej<'ciiou would break uphe Con- rp j at ? jtr lIS Was aPtly wM yes- bmi'h. G. K. Sde.1.! Democrat. la ales

    Yl41 Ord.rlyJuhn )!eDnga11 I vt-talon, break up t"'e "enociatie psrty, nr-l be a, I "isruption tookplivOnly: last week we quoted John McClir.tce" od to J. Evans. of Fnyette. 89r.tJIUO terdaj-} ."that" he has quit taking }letters and newaparrs. I j Congress over Login his RepuUU-an ee-mfr lt.'-

    s :d Sergeant-Council 1 .\Bryan. Cr'at ntnnj c-J.e: fr djsiupiion aid li uniop. i i iIf from a IIpP6ch made him iu Ifi9 I II
    I by disprove the : ]I\'r head. We. alto "hear of rtftlc ly Bm If Mr. Bell e3j. the! I! This effeetual'y d'poi of tl e i'o--1 -'
    > very
    the t""n'uti..n '' litfonn it I
    those I wonld L
    -W. G. L *ter. rejtct elelejfites. JjoyX mv i i
    i ; 3 4lb" -4. IL Gailln I friend vi.l: g. with the fej\ teJ. I shall go with ; a crdclIf&, tLat he is a "S'tialter Sovereign," I I B. Groom, of Clarke, of 110 two years old at M73 easy fr him to avow it. and then there would very{LIe the Republican press in the Atlaa'J' M..4* '

    1t : tliem. if I boiLOJr. !' Tint irgl citation wa i-fHciert, but. we will per head ,to Geo. Hall A Co, of the same county. no lo-Lt aa to 1.1. po-ilon! -no d nhledealm"A '_ I several day* pa.f. ,

    latC.ur1oral-Ejwartl Juhlo. I publish the whole in a few daTa it U, no one know hhs petition and the ret **
    .c speech and let it Theta are tip top price, though: the stuck. was North f-huli Lana adopted eitizen.-; and a* *
    -:J -W. J. Aikins. I I Tlie Lt-i.inil"c Dfvtpcr&t .f *ivOI I fur iticlt We and the South ma. T support him f.-r directly **T*
    ;, "rc't ( $ quak are rot afriid of his recoreL of course, of the first clasa. Themal'ket.open considerably reaon. and of cour* one or tl.e oppii.site 1 the votes ef rome Aroerioacs' who! mu'-1'
    ,ISimuslQnaile, I that Kentnely ".u ,1 not ft far Ererk'rriJj;*. It On th* contrary, K far as we ere familiar with it, .belter than it did last year.-Porto.(JTp) cheated." JF, wish "neither to t'irat! or be ehcated.-mum .e voted for lin. Still Le s"tni-6i for 2 Irif*

    ,JIlS I -e-c ?: 1ee. wa pronirtlv '>.cj> it *s a coe l nOl an4 rwiilv "'-'d* n*> .Ccnc.- I Ci'l-v oeget'w7 ail, Si! k"t 1 ties purpose" a



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    c<4 i.as ltd he .
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    .rGT4 IK C.TT. ,Ttr! K. JC \ Ill trt1;.. .. .. r hn e na oyrunixy; t. juptrs ta ab t. c ni!. Jo the 1:itttr tl) e ju. YE on band at tbe oM .Un.lsign of the itisr- S

    h1 .r s Dtl: (ticua fle t.. CIV tl.:-t tli. otiimttt.i I wi.'i I ih HA ail Uuriroe
    : .re } our Ull4 vf the 'i5U ult I t>r. y t /rat.s of t.y. corner of Clinton tie ti a
    y fat fJi.: UviirtM'ti : tU 'itjiea'.4Ll.r. tad .lete cV>ek cf
    I wt H-y I ulutKBt'* Mt Non : GROCERIES 4C. largs comj faro
    KkiMitioti i n U 1:c r 1 j < { 1 ICMW ,t oi tbr Un.trO <*tt* 17 sn-iy < -- ? JIftlirJiics nrrt CArmffs*
    t eiD.U-i.! : .,1\: i itb4 Drue ?
    | Kiit.nl xlm of the
    t.iy. e: tun D
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    -.l. .VM tunesi. l l lAkr
    '. i. Iscifl1lh.1IVf.4 f U lanx'y KBic'tir nt'sen Oorgr-PM etA n iiinui i3 T2LEGPAPE. De-Svft, Paints, O?*, Spins* TVpfntine -
    : 4 t "ti4j -
    : uf\ toe in i.a % nii.iti 1\ t.-.n iQia1 I'iV'i'lali it,. r; 1 ifuJ: \ A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF Varnishes Itrnihrs. Cerpfifnc *-
    1' lifting lt
    I t4t..ti:. re.4niktti L:1'1I r 1:0: si iuuori: :. Bitrnu:* Wind, \iid-y.v

    : ; ir J l**! ix-r i: t,4tp4 vf 1uikt.tG ;.r j-kccj WI.tn Uf.re iay I "In**teia' S Kl-ou*lKHiJ!the w latter.eere IHCXUM-tLe iortuT> {H rr.iit i tf ibn4n.tit..tl l ARRIVAL VJffe OF TIlE Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders, Glass, Pu"y, ; 4 <* ,

    / 'i'* t., the crEtin 3t (1u1s U--ri-iuii.il ii pr.-I.il itr 4'II i' J' h tlitery, rr ly >J. together with a Stw assort > ut of

    ui.f. i4iial\1, '.., 3iittn in {..riliJatopi.: utvnfj ___ ABTICI.L'
    'u.. .riwn tya tii.n-l ,n olMOicitce in pcrly, TOiLET A > D FANCY ,
    ] I! JJ t e p-auu: !>u eiatt< ib< enatuie > rapnt, uS! < i, Flour & &
    4 bud BALTirLlOEE.
    < %i4 L4.t cbs. fe<] CITY OF Whiskey c. .c. CONSISTISrO
    i it i .
    a'mi tt.J-, not jx-rta'ti lo '!hi .ti.4 nl.tr ,
    c t .* re-;..*fr..l.:<-J t Halii-ucrf. ti.i- rj j ij Superior Hair, Tooth, Aai/, cni c/Xrr U54
    1 1 i.i: .f t'jf iUr-uu.iv I; ul.nl) pcvt.that treatta; t.vi.lrvbicb il wuuld Le j NEW
    4xrt.iTcJfi VOIB. July 10.-Tl.e Now Voik Rubier Dr
    tcrporl. India. +
    f 4 tcttr tlem. c* horn Iniryand s -
    < : u it f j.t t\'i. in the trirKirr j ;
    : V :.. F..l.t it.0 .Mr1y : t Ct.rrea ei.d the on Delivery ing aid Fine Combs; Pansy ToZcifosps .0
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    : ( TI .f1. W3iijiteI &:id .nsid 1.et'k if t: ti e &itt. "C.t; of j3.jtinaa.re, (.e.t. C. I' i'tir.-, \\itli Ijverj -
    Pc CsoceI'erfwcry
    : It the utti.ti.tD l: auivcd !ber s to
    cs-al-.ibf tl. riht cf
    -'i r'v! t1).* t\ try \ 6c.All .
    rwcmrcct 'S4c.
    prcLt *"" .4Vito ui.-r ihec. tnn: ii t'irt. \\lutcrtr 'rnllalase ; May 12th, I6.MOG1E'S 0-'f ,
    C n rntionj. ai1 vLul .rc. ,4.it h ty COMMERCIAL! NEV'S. rf nlknii'uc! gr-es. SIC
    | i.'j ; llyp veru Jetolvfswa
    t i ecefaiy
    i. .1 t.-.ti ,*.4. xl I ly il-t-) eotiiitrj. I Lave .Vsepins constantly suppl.01 xvi'b all a''icVs M iLtiri
    I a the i. Ural \4ii.nci.: Ilic !i:ly 10 I'1ttCt *I.iSI iinrpotl: Cotton 3liLtt-ll>ur$day.-1i\\ italei"f DOUBLE LOCK STITCH ) wi'U
    + : .v p.:ruu jot ac-1) I ti.ht 'f ina'. "d by strict fitteation to barice, they QJjsMr -
    ; ., I.ti'4i i t: rjg iLe ctttin, *Jtlr.ti .r ver4cr C4iU4tri lor the pi-t two d.a3s were I'O.Ux* baits. tbe illietlitIre br'strreI

    if l .r iutiitptd ll.e I. m.. .raue party )l.onvinlly Ihe) rnnrtft was tltthi.lrg. nnil <]i<>tatuui* were Family Sewing Machine.Dissolution. jia merit pitrocajc
    : l llr-4 r lit Qeo.
    .. .4 > J'lUtt.tiltjttK, dC.Ui.1 Tallahassee & Pen. & Le ( predeceascr.
    inci-t t.iis asrcsii vl 1 kh i I. tl v Sne ilar t-poa
    ,,' ."..:<. thO Ul> you rtn.tlli.jfrj ti g q.telun. ifatmn g ry ; feme circulars iy that there vas a
    | J-f- to rex< i a&i ip. \ this Lr.nli.-iluMid of Stater. It JIi-i-i.e f J 1 1.un llu- weik.No KAILUOADS.ON ; rrescrlplicn! S
    1 i..t:> rf' c g-i;. .. i Liricu iv: htsJ 10I .
    (It 1 Lul I)1I1.l..e.) ti. let ;?',.ite foi the vxlcneioo aiUktcnalfailcro bavc
    ; oLrrr.i in tbeLcath- I'rceeritiomacnswtly
    .. I ft .. t fit it OKI ix t Met4B l&i' la my Particular! fcttrfUon paid to
    i eta I 2 OMB/V. tuir O hj.rirfc ln ui stat. iv. i...r fur its r.s.r.ciioi;. kit to pire to .idi er Trad.-. Among the prtioua ulun-s is the! I:..aecf ( compounded fU. icr. UcJriaJptjsk.'ans at tE
    r-'e :ltd to all ib. 11 ui f. rtfsI1.e.e StrcxcSclJ LiuKucei
    t\irytit.zti Matiimer. TficirraL.iit'ui :
    .. a / ti. ini.t ta u ; v-5i 1 liatof day r.tJ night.
    1 Ar.u I *e j j'tsp..d|! :.i g' ., u.utchcrfvt! tqu..lity 4 fj : era iipuarj it j lnOO.tro., Serial olUr MareS2l.ISCO. '

    -. I. : Ic dotv. *1':.l. kJ I cln.V. j ii.iit* ; ani TIC1. t4iti tbept<'| l.-. locliuiatei luielubtl.iit'iof fioin 1IMM, t ,t>'0.Ojiiluldi juid cftcr Muutiay. Ju'!} 23J. 13 0. Px-sscn-er

    .' ;. hsr'i. l r the I'.ui cirtt* fra 1 .:4 to ail. the I'eu m-ir>-.ti..n ns t.. the kind of in. ms quiet lie rpphed to bis (fiirnd will rua as follows : NEW AND RELIABLB-

    .:it -iotj l et t'i..I; i. tb.ir r.qutrotiur.Uin: tb .:r In Loi.Jon fjr two ttcuc.tr to tc anc J with Arm Le-.rc Marlon . . ... 6 f 0 A. M.

    i 44 *:nn to hat lilt | t"i. ..i-tttirtnal l-uuitf. and ..U-tLiriiii a* a. tu1tir.exp. Ulun;; guns.It Arrive :it TalIal1nsec.' . . 10 CO A.. Jrl.L ARTICLES.

    y f 111 l iixint.. that t1!:e p.oi,'.* of a t4-rritory can os'.y: w.i* n-jxjric. that S.trJ.t."u ufcvs tit. M. l\cne St-n S-ip. Ciairp
    : V 11r.c4)li i'4 j-JJic cbirj t.T.ol. I Nespo- a\e il./tt'tello! . .. . . 7.00 A. OILVCR SOAP
    tI$ *Ie s.wtii. I j 4tati.il < r | t..'.Hi! it *L\4 ry vLcn they ct'm.s to luau ulluui.'. l>Napoleon>n r'ca due coiaidratns3 Arrive at Tallahassee .. . TO.Q'J' A. M O Knife Cleaner .lareflese Kcot at-1 Slt'.is Potiib,

    .. y aid if Is I ut ji t ,;I frni a c.-m-ilmiu.,:. \rcry| to tLdi't c-ifclcn to the Neapolitan OreIureAflRiV.tL <. Leave 'TtlljhTSp . .. .. .. .10.15'A. il.Aniviat French Imperial UqcM IJIceing-:l.ia Hqaj ir.pnrt

    K" Lu1' to s n-s-trr !'mi.V i ..M.t j st !sitM tjit- Union bt MsiLa. . .. .11.40 A. M. to all! kindsf Linens tad Musliiu the Lame tu.: cw
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    t p.i'n > n l it d 1 : ti ml: i' tat I !i&.d 13i11 Lt io.i'rd our 7cai&te.'s. Arrive at T.I! afca-see. . . 2.40 P. M. ALSO -

    I. :..nIJtiJ Si i hi roue*-.!
    cf i1i# qtei..Ii.: It- F Arrive al M-.ttirellu. . .. . K.SO P. M. S
    'rJt. vtof Li* r.t: i..4\j 11.r. red."in
    v .
    Liver Oil
    : Ir..niJ QJTU'J C.id Jrilr.
    eat:- ? it *.11J If r.1.otr.1! ;
    .! \ .". i.i'nr. ; :i vr1; fr.-ii th. toii l.i.li4I: Leave 'IuItlist.e.: . . . R.OO P. M.
    : k1bttuips fri | : ---:: *
    { a* ni il,, l.alof! C.-nsroi*-uLta /rmeat Sl.Ji ,jii. ... . . "Z 1.00 P. II.G.t.i.ccti. .
    ;. D3- :jr.M. t< ..II! per t ..fI e tlu 11 le free t turn atu-ntifn Ia3 srijved, with LiieiH| >ol a ai:1-' tu July 4.k tie laost delicate ttoinacb to rIdl7e:

    : I ourr'.t.ser*. 'jire ai nituia'iz >i ur to njoie COMMERCIAL .;; vnb Pmt Ci'actos si JIoDIciI( <> and end retim this rcmody.
    itLf4I i+rt, jroajothAof iur growth ia natb.uIgratn.te. NEWS.LIVEBPOOI NOW IS THE TIME I great
    ... :. : ..artftiVjM'Scjr fcr surV. with Stasis .it M.i'l.s.Mi fur Lake City an.l VtlJo .ta,

    M.lss.Er.I1.i: ofc<>tt4>n for the past c-t ib. ,nc.t tk-iail.e si\\: ING MACHINE ami }t.ttt Valdueta b> Railrnad! to Savar.tisb.CWIIIK A FREbll SUPPLY OT
    i Ut.bt i 1 b. rio
    ur r. nun td I But this tbrto lu-ue
    : prwcri can oalv i.aw 21.m3itI lub *. of bull
    I .. I ep.cnUtortnnd JL CVir itv.-a.ttl!, fo* f.lll'\' !-C.PKIC3 ctmg at St Mark with Stage to and fromNewport Ssu/t/ S
    t\ 4.n r liy i1ilIi.t4jfljz: &2C I \\uhti.elineof Mail Steamers beteen D
    V u .
    ( a .e.4. ell t:* priMiit.. anti gu.n.niue' The judi.Ulcu.ont hits I con iiirjruljr. thi.t ..nJnf\ ill $40 CASH Aoodjce To .:!.aclio Drop I'ectcral hone y cflarerwert
    : -. a'.t.th.n.C J.I'.LI- uoonautrj New (Oilman. Key \Yest, and Cuba, and iutnruied.Btg
    : .
    : > o. pnt.l .l ty the tniilj1tlt tu-ist La aril e14I.tIl.ii..I.* HIC Laich one cf iLs rcry beet remedies for CtnsLi.Co .
    '. .f.c..i-y ( iqt1. sinr.oiu cuiutujned.AUi Liberal tlnluclion ta irho'cyjle j urchastrs.K jK.mts CD the (/ulf! on their way to K'-y West on the
    iistzuineil laLtl ila iii. |rtiir> iiiiiiuiilyrl4-\r.] 4'I1 f HrtU'lriuffaie eli Ut'uer ; !<, Ac ; Rjnau Eye Btliira, Spaldiag'a Prepared
    > al >
    .. ] \ 4 bliy in
    ,tiet..1 tLt! .ei.rpivu 17th and 2nd Srd of each inccitb end New
    : ii : : : ia >!*nj l ls'im. or to
    in rrfr=rdtotl'eri U!* >t pti'init in thJlcmtorU* plicta. end ib>.ifin iJ fm |
    i : Oilcans the tUb and 29lb.
    I i < r vn pncir.nit.tit no
    &$ in all ..ll.r liiatterjll.ip.n The! Wt.tthcl tLn-ubozt Eji buJ was f.m vt-able> turn Capil! (iou.Lwiat, ctnier b. sctmnt) and etc for
    ;- : : ; Iit't lob' *Ij Il The Train w.ll cut run on Sumlnv except on
    f.r tt.tft nan.l tru lit < in the trOth end f the joufjelvis: Candies
    ,,.. ', v i \ ...ii. ft c.i.'r..I't *1:1? Triln.4 Iu > : ; .r oulas.CtN. bteaiuer Cnj3.JVZain. C. T. \V. SYFAN.CHABGEJF ,
    ( jifiiiccf the of and in E L T. IJLAKE,
    t : -ill.-I I >:.4<* <:li th.t .t. r piiiivijika our jurlj that UM DROPS ard Fa. Dr-ps. Ga.Ta Jelly Prc-
    Ihtiue Prutideme ibat bas waulir.l and Sole owner of the Puttnt f.ir the G
    L H IV a? iuiiir tIr :: t-f p. i aoio t.vp. I.e. LANE DE RTED for NORTH CAROLINA.VASU5 loridLTALLA1IASrV. Trunlr. pared Horse IiaJ.su.; Totrato Cat up. Frrir.a
    nu. .< u* one i'ftlie eat caibm 4-f the atlli unj Jiily I 1. 1SCO. 2'J btite cf
    ,,, p., ., ri. lit trtirtMi.il: g'cn.ncY11 are m- that gi \ Leave f-avKnnah .. . . 915 i A. M.Anivsnt Crackers Friston & Merrill's Yeast Po? der. Roticd -
    vr loum.ue to nirt'.t 1)i'.ine! CIcy. lii.-OmeralJoc Lane left hrretlm
    I, .:I.ft' r .' :, n j<'i.-A.ai'l u 1 fi-r Norili
    thf.if:1Iy: acctpt rotrinallon i unaniim>ii> juoriiing! Car. lin.i. He will %i ipit FLOEI, Juno 12. 16CO.
    tkn n: : .1 V '' ri j 2M:. :!-c liftl.!* t.t | t ,>ni lycnifrtT. \Varrei.t and o'ber Leave VaMu-ta. . . .. . 4 Zt( A. M.Ariir .

    ,,, i .. .. :"i. v t.. n nu-lo I It Ir -rrily tntitatiou, besides I Lorebv ttate tbit I puu-lasc.l from 11 L. T. at Saianii/.b. .. . .12C5 P. M. Air-Tight Glass ;r-;
    lv the cor cati.iu. 1'ilurLiu.j.OVERLAND F.l.itf. Ew"j. one 4if Mootea fe'euin iLuliiues.Ju .-
    v.i, I4i, 4.f C. ; Imt tl'eM. The Tr..in arming at Savannah at 1215 c nnect3iriih
    > : .. .. N'trn -- i.ii\Ip4-w i rarth ofiLe 1 I.aiqt ike hoiuT to Lw. fir, with mnci rcpect, iRing fu>'ii the n on>.Lii3 lxst<>wen it by the tran (in the C R R <]rputingat 1-JJ p tu FOR PUTTING UP PKESZRYEd L FRUIfd.

    .. i j'oar IrleOii aud obolunt bcrttn.t. these niemlx'is af f.uily t It's LiKlcrataii'l the
    MAIL NE\V5. my
    Le ,iautnl bf
    : ; wjto t!: iTiii.tnatf aK4t ( 1110pm (ru .)
    JOSEPH LANE. life ol ucll llniK4- would li.nt Slid Miltbuies Articles for the Toilet.
    f.<- -i..tt)4-) tl.j .. pro'city of VAX Errtx, AEK, Jt.lv 15.-Tbe overland mail. iipK)3P| The Scbe kin nn tins Roitl ia arranffed so ns to
    Well be of
    ,. fcii! t.t iber -a with tlat4 tt> tl Ite I ItUli ba< auirc-d. Ibe Supreme cannot surpi'-nt-d for simplicity ar- c nnect with the tifa.-r.Ia & Oco-gia by stage from T> ANDOLINK, van. u3 kin4a. an elegant dre nioJj

    :. St ic* tay rtttr theTfnit.'do 2T The New York Utrald girc* a lift of tl c Court hal ltM ng.iiust tie Piter Small land tiil rougcuieut tu J btuU y cf su.cli huGh A. CORLEY.fjom Ma I it on to Valdoita. Titus by this route pasengerskaxing fur the hair ; Savage's Urjna: or Real! D-ar's

    .. e. rij. tfW1edtecr kind Democratic paper in the Union that ba\e 42cr1arvdt'avir < except in cirtnin casta which favcn Betllei the Tullabasice Depot at Z p. u. will reach Crease ; Rose and Oetnan Ctaoi ne. Lubiu's Extrneta

    I rni.s l ., t tnt.>iUi 4oiiuui with the more than specolator& bavdimah next day br 12.C5. sal I various other delicate Perfumes. AVbeeler'j
    preference*, lluwiog rectpiluLitiun.BietkinriJje. Jfrt. ..VarqLDall. Tallahav e.
    vi:1rLyC.ngt.sorby: July 14. IfiCO. 23 Assistant Sup't Onrntal Lotion fr the complexion ; Poreel.im and

    ..... ttintd&l .vreTnnent. Douglas. OREGON ELECTION I have been using fir 1nie titan onejof the Mnoi eMacbiues. Metal Puff Duxes ; Toilet Powdi-r Toilet Soaps a

    1' .' .nl':': s fi ow t5irt
    ; :' tha. rt4i p. ?nni nv. si.J tanith. .. .. . .. . U5 21ToUl flruouncea:>GTOX tlmt, July the olfi .iul-Intelligence democratic majority in labor sitvin; mnclnno in usr, gal tale pleasure ia Medical College of Alabama

    .: 1 1t l4Shenh.1 1rde1. recommending it as e ueh.SuYIItSCJEFCIOte.
    Iii-aT. AT IttOEILR.rpIIE of
    i is Citrate
    seventy. Magnesia.rPHIi
    .,.,.,. . .. L itvltirh$ is :ind *r..r |I'n .176 162 .
    LECTLRCS Trill the lltb
    I. : ; :' f 'r efIi.MiIj."e1!] t"irtti.l The Beruid says : G. rsTr. FLA, ) J- November next coi.iacr.ee en j. p4>p.inr! and) de'g'.tfuJ: ApetKnt is tnar.oJL S

    > I L.> i *. :t-! :* UvcMttl) -.i jutli- Tbe large nutuliercf tLose wbich liarc rot pcrint llotiffs.VVCUY April StSi, H60. J '. tact-jre-J u sriall rjn ntuui at a lime to a* f<>
    -. yet The success t>f tie srl.ool Las in 1.eel: th* Sl.itc be alvtaya! fresh. iSeltz.r Ap .riect, S-xta and Sidli'z -
    i tT r. .t lttJjt i ij .i.n. !t-4.Lt-d are K4 rib rn fj>cr#, and are. no 1snt.t. Tile a to ceitify that I bive otto "f il wre'a Pu'e.it L-inlatiire: l.a .ipt toftv thousand t.'oilars towitttt Puvider fi.sh of tie I'hosLits -
    1 r t .1 tc! r. .tf t.. rup
    parties ace pa\ trMntt Itte deman.t r rllw'ett. rslMelr udftin Pamil Sa win ; ichmes. \viiiib bns beiti io uetubtni'mti'S the enlerpme. \Vitb tile sum the Trustee or Chen teal Fund.Rooi .
    ". ; tLe I1L rteecn.t. the Li..h! *t psicitor :J.tni. Acubcr tr.iunia ,trcuiuaUiuc4a iu Ii lu(4.r irraet. It innl to ;.- lIt( .111 or' ., I' iill: iie'ir from tbe fi ft to the coare.tn.itli bui. b'j.lt one ut the largest anti bet oppoiutejMe

    C I:nitM' I Iit i-. :h ,t *.-i.r.iI t f slit 1C.;rtbern .iip.r.[ presrrx j-.iu.l h.I l l\ .ireti .li'n-ic i J.- i ..I !n-u il It.- It !'a..i i.dti'ie nit tI! st-uln; fur tbe fjruilvanl V <* I V''g's in tie tJnitH Stntc Salt for Stocic.
    u i.L.1 t.. :it iap! t* K2.'b r thee i oi.iib I'.ivc Oi'Li '... lIiL' l.axi tl.o ntm t.tt.r.| HKiKalauJ ioin.' ,. a I. Ing f lavK.tu.le ii'I I Iii..l
    p-nt r .11 ip; tnt it Tli- I'a-rt.os atiii i.it.l i1!! !bn *!jrii itbe' vill sew stitia any The Mo'ent.i b-n bi-n. se'ic'e-i! itt CT rypatttf
    g-i..n .rsi ,,,. t. t,' -. IC4c? ?nty theufx f p>rtmn 4pt. t-ttni* ti.ue i1ists| 4.J tb4.ir prtf reiK-e fur E'ecktnrn5 n'e way tM rre t i1tI2l.nt?. tar.r.mneraiie r&r In'. I I nJ ff t.'ii.l.. I <-inrp- :.r.0t.I: I tin Ma<-biinta ai y E ir. pc with! tl. tr.atis'' carp anl i; nth 11 8ptine ZEROiJENi] LAMPS S

    ct. 'i.., ,,t. stii1ee.iis: ,..d de&ji.- 4 :'..uise't -:-.orttij t.i .-t.id .>n iw.. tt..vlC i ..t 5. J.> pp.,. stat ali>4. nl I wlJ.. a.t .'.auk tbe 4lnc.iwriT.if ,- .wtti U .1 ttiir'a oie, as bt-u* :ta t; .
    -., 1ii po .. ui'l"' i. -.k l'ci tIt KichxtfrM4ir;. > 1 the iine tin- Iii tlie' >. tj'h. 4.r "jl ftlu' j nptiithit fits l.arsoOt.r|.rfpirst'.i cleatii;i thrt:The they I. tvr.tat tit i t.--tr>t v-.-.at..t,i.K-d aaT iv the in best tIe -it ALFRED RAYSOHJTIEb Thre are three ltr.t; 'lf'-'pi'ais! (tee t" & J Sttatc.ti. vi :c I Kit'* the most cpirorcd Dumers.

    : it. .UI.. n, C'4o:3..i4.i.1 f!et. C.H* ." aiullrr l kas-. .:Li -.i :.or Diif.;!.!* TV. re t .iaiiit'' e i'hs:3ns .n the sml. Thit 1bit..' -shh-flCea.T I.-l rialtalu TI.e raoats f-c prata'hotl Lr.nt4y t-i;: ti

    k. 10 tt# quta144 lu.te uirunt.in ti.-c .vt4.- sich na ti.t.Cu.rirc y, lVrmo ss a g-.t-rai th..g. ;lie; .ll n<4 ,)>4-av a : kbuut tie oi.Jic! of OctuVr.FACULTY. Burning Fluic

    : .. .; T.c ;renda; 4 nl cq14I. y 4if AtUi.ta. Ibe Mi.l.iie Jt$;*t<:r. a ..! tbe >.rv $.lr ssurcI in rasor ..( it.r. $ .Ii jt.'. Th3 i&er It-eS -C- ,

    .. .. I lean T *t Lttto. Ii in-Ui.'ui thai in Il.u edit j cjiurncniljr.oOT.jHll-: l-t attawc.I.-Sold ly ifl Jrtg..;rltfiia: tj. ut the L.Urr UI nii'iii Aug the TI 'IIE Paiitniiibip Lerct. f,re ttistin Kyltr : IiZiILOSJiNJ fc LAUD OLlt

    I ..'y c.ek 1 i i.<.pn i to |.rs.iry| : in ti4-! >. tt'a iilt <. witb ii.u .litiu..t.iiiiit} for Birck _.i_ the et!y |I.' cf tbe uttirr.iitcJ f.-,.a. b- liet-n lis-
    J C KOTT. M I.Prff.s irt.f .Surety.J .
    .h C. 'i .ti&4.I te :tirf KII tniV' ti.iit'.ge. aaid the gituUK tliiiciiu will It iu tic Blocd Food Slcod Food j solves I cw the 3 fit ttJvif I 1.a t. All busings 4'ffl.p
    K. IIE'C.vr.'J. M D_ I'r.fewrof Aoa: >nT-
    i I.v lrtst.ii.L Llz Sorlii.UrtcUIiirUse. late fuin of HEIR i P.UST oral HEIIL UUSTd
    : Ve Pits e vTri".l I.nyln; rentine Ills a.lrertiscment -f \\M II A> DEi'SIN< > M. D., Piofeisor of l-UjsIo'-
    .. t .* 5i <>r | iL&.t '..< *-r\: ; 1 ct Dr. Hroniwm'ii lilno I t-.md. in anotlitr e.ri imn : l.iit wettiink CO. wt.J Le s itltd bv UUST ,'< MEAGLIER.HI I

    ,..( I .1 i ly .. l.ia' 4--t J..K--.i titl e- Sliding In taeIiIzigton Citr.WA rar.A.-at.n |I.rt.otnitstc* ; fT. ih-ujh we lentil IOKOXIreUbriteil .IR, RUST J.! CO.Tah.tnssee tZ ntt-l P.tl.ohtiry.UJl' Expected to Arrive Soon.
    ,, I : a IPan ..iii.i:; f,tra art!. <-%<- 4 ill ai-i-enranpe- LEo A. KETCH M. D, Professor of Piicc.plesan. :
    Ie cL fd-ra !
    ) 2iI&CO.CcPartnershju.
    i' 'iy g(4( U!>CT >, July 10.In del the! Ki'ie duff a. q .a l -thai is by resaar.asg to aJrtr- July .) Pra-licp UI Medicine r O.NGRESS WATER ; A large ard well selected

    : l. i ,tcr. I..r T.C t < et w t itt- s.er.nit..n kU iu Luats lop. that then-r V./ stink of Tooth anl hair Brualei. I'aiu' 'ar'r.is'i
    a.Uinion to ti ce -r.l".ine-l in |jut right's ilispat. 'HK F. A. IIO S. M D, Picfessor cf ila'eria HeJtca and ,
    :! lit. iIMI4.. i1 ej.iy. i-dir renM! f.r.-raratit.n In-fiw She 1'v.ii.le l-ir that iivitmclarcliiity
    ..h. na.sWressin sIte' Li4-4.kiuri.1tre : and ite-ttJfcb B. u&bt-s.; A coti.pVtc stuik < f
    nectuijeic an.l Tliatr.t1tpmttis.F.
    :. Ia ili.- Ttrn. fa'al slsean-Cabttsa..aittss.I ( cod oLiror- .
    . eF..Jr.v.. c'nt"n atssk.rs lirown un t itis, aud Rt-presenlaitvc Flor ettnc a .sm,1tttts. E GORDON. M. D Prnfe, sv of Ol .etries na 1 n'fnsik frr (;lining Pi rte Mitnate.iulin Staitgs.
    1s tsiu it.. ut.i4itii.'n. lIe. Rrnnim i is a le-tnrrr in our SIe IJiieies \\.meii and Chili .
    .. ., u g i. to tu't w.riM t-cflQ lo b c ence.A sue v* In his s.pt--iaitv| Itta len 11,1 w.>n.li>ifiil that I le IS.ennsenlcI. at tbe ol I.i I ct.tixl by the fuUjcnbcrs, irn.J. o:; ux'a
    . letter was rvail fetrn D. S. Pukinson, wjinste at marLiact- 1ta tIte ircitt.Itt.4 ss r W. M! LI.KT. l'r..f-s-r of Chemistry.
    II0* f.ia the .'rr'r.i. rr to .p.tsr nl l.u tutrred into Co-PaitntT-li p on tli>- 1st nut. R. I. GKA.MBLEV': :: : :
    .. .. :.l PUV-k.rt ill.1.4iniinai.io- only t >i.aj.M.br ? praetit.entt-r.h niaLt- Lnti, tat i.daig, fir tUc iMCeClol CuROXWY O-Ei. M D, ) Demonsti-atou cf

    . tifl4iUtdi rco iii-M j>r >j-t-rty iti Tffftid* ibim a* |MT<4iiullanJ | ..liiKa'ior- miiTi-rit ; htrnnty. L1TS15at MEAG11ER. A. P. HALL M. D. f Aniti.ir.r.H EXPECTED DAILY.
    S.f v.g9u e1aei'uctit! tit iuili lie hat reeurt J Ir ntron' linwrvtr. a Crni show reapertabil TnUaii-teiecJuIr 21, 1SCOISTotice..
    ueny Cut LVCJU their i.omiiinli.m frum I IbiaUi D. M. D Prrgrc'or i.f
    th t-ica.ute SChMIDT .
    t % .l\ sepurOw l eut:rtl) t.i. l.renar1titI.| ln.ni nil tiftjeifq'larkerr. Sirzery. TT7IIITE WISE VINEGAR, RASPBERRY

    .... I 1. 1 STvliirlt bikb rt" gist D. itinul'i>r.t nn ti!.n le m nrji-T", i iVLL AilJreMV.. II ANDERSON. T V Vinegar, Worcestsr bire Sauce, P.ck.ed! Lobefcr -

    "r4'tki tii rttajy war ti--Jl coJcaiii I if MIM-\ are ti.er.f i r'j.rctBt i as lht-> are $!It't fur Ilia'! ni.i nut'uul'le at | r piraii.4iOr. July 14. 29-3m DC:in cf Faculty. Fre b Lobttrra. Frejb Salmon Fresh Mackerel.
    : . :- vtnJ i ion, U tL }_tt..n'a ItiimiliK irti&I. If ni .:'h<-r* eot-l.t III..K 'h'pr.tt I ,
    S Tlnrre i*t.4ii.e iuiarit] country lflklJle 4j* *'ll'.? 1'rttitKiai ai.'l its pru.ci):KII enre lakvn in |.uttini lift thi.artit-te--ttna.-.4 5 blob the pca-t'tns in
    > ibe i1z if fAtatliCtiI *- Pit i bnl'e opictli l.t ini'.it llt (lint? long, ran tVrrt l>> COM par II ./I .1 utiili tiny ultur urtitlc ol the _I i I.UVT.aiu: IIK1i., IIUnT f }Matches Rose,
    .y nhi2tq.v a 'r.Tt tke vnnl.l iri-fi-r it Hi l..irer
    .tp.da. He cJ I.ta l kind- | tonmtinni; it Imn4.Rire
    ramv tIp.re tl. iuraud C expre settle tlaer uivtxau : on: Jauuary first, C.istilo and Tiansparent Soap; i.perm Oil, a
    .j .. M I l\ nuy.oItIer> taw. iU ivHJ ifieatii.ii =t tbe iMnmiiatu f liri-cV'.nri.l and ',- SI !.:i.I I IK.! I li.mla, t I.. a.tnt.tt.ttr t. ltrl p-ir I "n. tm .,w- isti", t.y csh vr bv notea.a A. HOPKINS & CO, j jARE prt'vle fjr S TTIUJJ Machines.Aromatic .

    | Lint, IicaUP thcy cii.e jt's'd 13' (Sue Iliril, IIUWUU4I inztha, tutu Ii < ar. fiil .raes-f! :* S"I'M IH.Uti"'ff<- mcnMhrj: RUST & MEAGIIER 1 1TaUjlwce

    ::11 iil.iuialrljr the rnip'Kmu t t'rne alaays be J4>nr.di.l the |MJ f lutj. and j that wa i.o' ) C1ttItl) SSIC anti o1tttaI'j"-' .- das tL."ix July 21, 16ul). 3i> oft rlnr their hrs>i> Stock of SUMMER l Tonic Bitters.
    t | riy ftt<\ 113e tali.iiui d'crae! miv.rtiB. lufin. tvrr.Ie l Is Aims A. Lisvty. '
    aIi it1I I..r2flC ll,. v WCUC liters ofth" t' %nrtituti"U GOODS AT COST, corsi*'!!! ..f
    I a.l tJe wtuer centtsi&tivv invaluable BITTERS .at Ba.
    I.y aetitaj TM11E3L are a
    : : favor of the iifc'' t* "' OiJCANDIK) BAREGC gr
    anJ Ui i a-wl in rqnul A.IJCTI ON. JACOXETniid i iKOIiliS. all of
    j .ti. : TRI1WTJ OF KESFKCT. J__ STOCATIVE in cases Debility 1 a
    : I il will c ia.fKif.-il4.- U.l rjii-1 the (K-'j'U utah sectior He gnrea hi-tfrv oft! ij PINK APPLE TISSUES, and ; clun.ite who arc rrcorning from ickniM -
    a can< .- of Leun Lnilgr. \n 5. I. O. O. T, j ramp persons
    tall.Lnicr.t ofit.) tiu-tI.ird* riiK-in the A'aticaI t a rcpi'sr m iling !lil wibl lieinre, tbe Uscctar STCRZC! A.
    S >
    'S. i i n. the rr.nhjiqia :i.!.->!.-,1 ly tile Cmi I alltwtetitiiiuf. nhUli d)5 in4ir KT toprcteiil ai.li- I ..tiit..nan! ltron.t anil ..l.mtrH HAY\VA.Rl), on the 2Mb iutt, to tie Tbv invite 'h* attention of purcbns rs. b-aitig under DTrEP and ITDM.KTIOX TriZJ find I
    1 wiili f.w Dcttwrn-i.e '. KOKS ltai t-ocn taktn fr bigbftt t,1I11.r, I Hr ca-li. > e < (
    IVtij.H-rulK MjUcscoti.Unirg: a \VutCra ISri' l"-' '* IH nm
    ? 1-ix.ci-tuti..n! MH] 1. Un.i, tp wr vn ittate lit left 23Taylor's them advantageou taken abour t-r *'i before m'.ttIa.
    tlif -ta U' i.l 1.tIar-Ilrta1.ir, t
    > >ii tir a\
    abietoiho-c l>'
    :' ;_. oftbv &:at.s. wlix-li li4l.ki Mate* l< iHrntiiateac-ui'lKLuedtt-igr 'It I'riaJr. il, Tti up it 'in 4ljlli <.1 br illi >r flume-s. "ur IJSICe 1| | \LI/s bri'CIUOH GINS in fact tbi-v wnl be (toni fin exce'tfiit' Ifi-Lj.a ulc._. tall

    I&'l tIi1ttflft1il nr Lwktbe .2tti.iiI I .stain vl.irh) att.Id I lute lo citt IIUIL NiitherUr lir t-U5kIn.t the I l."' "* a HX*'"'" l ho rx< npliUoil III tin : Cotton Gins | where sii.nnant! are .ired.
    S. < ?l %::4. tws'thir.iae4usn'i '.* '% 'I Itttt in prnod ord r also amine fr.urn .i, t f Oin j. Lea, cai icq
    IOI1Ilt t wl.e
    S L T. i lvc ii4'r g* regular Ian- hat tiia- lions"fts'r ttk.St.1 irtik ,
    ; I the Corner
    A.' e.i 4rit Ib.en For sale at Drns strn.
    a.titj.I. Ic k-kim' *i>tne tciiniit .Tin! rent Ali" Iron
    1 his iirj'-iij. >
    tiiii to sountr (aanI -
    Il.iiio aitI wocrat was nt lilet'yI n.f Hii-ol Id i anti unit-
    .-., Mlity '.Uwy J. .. ..t.d i..tl| ii g f.# ( : : The Prot lirt I vam re-r4..:M MI..1 llul at- .i,1j.'y la.-in ll.- -arl death .f I ILr..li4r 'l'ara. nit.l nnuj ilir urtJa't of nii>rcban
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