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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 28, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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CrrifS rVKi!? !t. BJTBiRRT'S. AEC7I03: : BOOM. TERMS-TWIHJOLLiRS IN ADi llfE.

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BY DYKE.& CARLISLE. TALLAHASSEE: FLA. JULY 28 1860. VOL. XII--NO.: .,j.

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vrvfC5iOflfltflflb1fl5iflt55flrb5. l 'AS & LIVELY, -[ICORNERDRUG STORE. .FLORIDA RAIL-ROAD. I From the Albzny---.1'a'nof.- The Ao: st Elections: in the South.

l ---- -- -.-. WHOLESALE\ 'D BETA IL Extract from he Speech of the lion John Three Southern States hold elections during

1 MILES NASH & CO. I U RESTORER, I r e & Bell, In the U. S. Senate on the Slave the month of August MUv>nri Hill .Arkansas -
-lit: \i.F"R'I lX- ZYLOBALSAMUM, on the Cub, Jiiid North t'aroini! son
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DEA.LERS INi WOOD'. HAIR RESTOUAT1VE trade in the District of Columbia.; the
CHANGE OF HOURS 9th. Full tickets aro in the field Tor st.iU

,i DRUGS, *fBp PAINTS, ---05 Hi IMSTHEET: 4 CO.'S INIMITABLE, and after July 2d, 1860, Trains will run u .. With regard to the constitutional: ) powt'rof I otlicers in each, Lot AllY m Missomi; i i.e lii-

HAIR COLORING. BACHELORS HAIR DYE, ON : Congress over this subject I would say that line ilemarLalioti drawn between the fi iN...!...

i MEDICINES' JH OILSivoULD I '\\ \5 "' BARRrS TRICOPHEROUS, Freight and Passenger Tram,on Mondays, TVednes the only doubt I have for the existence! of(the I| ot I'reckinriJpe and Douglas.

AW day and Fridays, trill cither!." to the sfov trade or to I Missouri= will choose Goveruoratnd "'r
a good 8E tmcnt of the power suppress .1 If-
::; inform their nenda and tbe public Q I best kin& of Leave Fernandioa at. .. .. . . 10 20 A. M.
: \\ they have on band a good assortment of uc Po ca.es cfo Oils Baldwin at. .. .. h. .. 2.20 P. N. abolish slavery in this! ,district i in inspired Ly officers, and soven Congressmen. Four er.i -
i: mclrf a S are geuerally kept in their line of businet* :- S\ I I Gainesville at. .. .. .... .7 25 the r."p.t I have for the opinions/ of so many ilid.ntea! are in the fit-lff for Governor-If..I-

:, : 11"1\1\ hrreceivinj regularly! freth iupplie Tbeiitc ED\C\ = for the Hair.' Arrive at Bronson at. .. ... .. 9.30 distinguished and eminent 11111. both in and cock Jockson. Regular! Democrat ; CiniLomo

t ,'hall be reasonable.Tillala'see JL17UNE ISSORTMENT OF FEATHER DUST- Passenger! Train on Tuesdays: Thursdays and Saturdays out of Congress who hold that Congress has F. Jackson Douglasite; St mpl(>'Orr.l\r.ow

April 9tL 1851- I 4. .-.. will no such power. Heading the Constitutionfor Nothing or Union ; and James II. Gaiden-
; TALLAHASSEE FLAil ----- Leave Feraandina. .. . .. 12.45 P. M. I believe that has all the shire Black .
Congress The Democrat-!
P. LrWAEDENPKALU aLVE best ai.d Comraoa Baldwin at. .. ... .. .. .. 3.45 myself Republican.
r ARE now receiving of articles.a large and fretli supply of Gainesville at. .. .... .. .. 7.10 power over tho subject in this District which Convention held! previous to the CliarlosU-u

ixKlatcks variety kept by Druggists. Arrive at Branson! at. .. .. .. 6.35: the State Legislature have within their respective nominated Convention. C. F Jir k "n (.or 1'0"
T7EKOSENE, .. ......
PL A XTEKS, Fin'SHUA; Lard. Xeuts Foot and Train Oil*, 0I.I).._Y. .... .... ..--_ -.-. r. co' .L 0. # -
_LX._ Linked Oil, Dolled and PjL'senq'fr Traiu ri M""n l.... >i ..u 4..a..v.i I'.4. jurisdictions line anMk>n
( raw.'i1uiiiii when months. Much the! of 'his
1 Cloths riutlrg and others will always fioJ .t tLi* eataLli.Jimetttfull : fluid, .!taTSINOLASS. .jija?*"! l"'U'1 fxercismg mis power, we tu disappointment
MJpply! of every' tLing needed In our line and on -- ----i/an/p'icoe-- f Leave Bron'on! at. .. ... . ... 700 A. M. consider the effect which it may have upon friends, he declared for Donglas,a movement
j Mrrlin? Silver, Fine PlaUd Ware, .. liberal terms as they can be had in any Southern FLA'Or.rSG EXTRACTS d alll..iuJ.i. Gainesville at .. .. .. 850 the interest of the adjoining fclavo States and which necessitated the nomination of another
Market. Order* by M'sil or otherwise promptly attended Baldwin at. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11.40 "
: [,:r Ji'Y: AnD 1l'AlTn1 lCg, to and filled with the same correctness as if --- --. -- -- ------ Arrive at FcrnlD: iDA at. .... .". ... .2.25 P. M. the limitations upon the power which rnny candidate. The vote for Governor, however
be inferred from tho relative position will be no test of the relative strength of tho
TAU.AflAQIF. FLOaIDA. personally purchased by Customers. To CasL and Ca-ttiisc.. Frcigl.t and Passenger! Train, ou Tuesdays Thursdays fairly
prompt tULle Layers w. feel confident iu Fain''t"" JL Frtbh Lemons by eery: Steamer. and Saturdays will and circumstances of the District, Ihnve Democratic and Douglas parties: in-Missouri.It .

WATCHES AND JEWELRY REPAIRED. can give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK: coin- Lave PTOKSOD at. ... . .. &20! A. M. more doubt. Certainly tho power may be is likely that C. F. Jacksonill poll!! a larger .
I:, t1;-/Jrl irt.fn- Hair Work from over 300 dttiynt.JU : rr ..- FRESH: Chocolal...*,' l>C"Il,1-'f1fjlln. 't' Gainesville: nt. .. ... .. . 6.60 clear, and yet the exercise of it very vote than Hancock Jackson, but wo Intro
10 Drugs, Dye.Stuffs! Starch, Bermuda Arrow Root '$5. . .' very
: ''i 1 1 IS'-f: ; Baldwin at. .. .. 10.50 I and miscbiiMous nt tha doubt that rel'kinrJtIl'Vi1!
. "" I.ucmM \' amihc. Tapioca, Barley,.Sago te. Aime at Fcrnandioa at. . .... ". 2.35 P. M. unjust en: oppressive; very sligLte.t
--- -- lead Douglas from 15,000 to 20,000( in November.
A. c.APT Chemicals, Putty J. :E. LARKIN too.
--0- Perfumery Fluid [:3URE:: Cream TArtar, Sup. Carb. Soda The chances now are tint Judgo
Burning; JL Sal Soda Alum Engineer and SnperiutenJtntFcnuuidina. nut, )however groat my respect may be forth
raots: Camphiue ; Saltpetre Sulphur June 30, 1860. 27 Orr the Tnion"! QtnditlthViII l beelected
W. I. Clarke, Esq., 0.1". Glass Ware Indigo, Copperas, Ac. : (' opinions of ( tIers on the question of Semple ,

<; l eatrd in Tallahassee as an AT- Fine! Soap, Window OWl, At Cost.A. power, there arc some considerations of such Governor by a small .plSmliiy.
nA\IN I.r: AT LAW respectfully offers his Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco, S WEDISII: LEECHES constantly: on baud. high account as, in my judgment, to make it The010 of Missouri for several yens has
IIOrKLNS & CO.
All claims for collection rusht"l'I. Patent Medicines been as follows :
scrvioM tu the pu''bc. or desirable that, unless l hv common consent the
otbrr Iwtnvss entrusted to him will be promptly atI I Paint Brushes, Fine Havana Seiarll, IIOt:Limn BRACES: different kinds ARE offering their large Stock of SU ntr.R project of abolition shall be wholly given up Democratic. Opposition.
tcn.l('<1 to i Surgical Instruments Mcdiciue Chests, S ::; GOODS AT COST consisting <> 1836: President.57.964 482.t
t :-r 4Itfj.t. Itl the new building opposite the firmly I It suited to Plantation] and Family use, _. -0' ORGANDIE, JACONET a BAUKGK and abandoned, the remnant of slavery existing 1857. .Governor..47,975 47.ft4lSO.SIM

t dtA. II-.l'L lIjjI *: Cu. Jul 7, J8K. m PUCE: VINES.: i nIa DU: -f r VEUKIIAL purport.ALSO COD LIVER OIL. Rushton's Celebratetl l Brand. RamS, PINE APPLE TISSUES, and in the District should be abolished .at 1833 .Rchowl::3 p't. ..61,278.
-- 'or sale by J. R. GREGORY & CO. SUMMER SILKS. once; at the present moment, however tho excited There are quito a number of g.nst'hrrnen'! in

H. BERRY ---- state of public sentiment in tho South, the field for all bhades
800 OUNCES SULPH QUININE. -No"'O'V' Goods Tkey invite the attention purchasers.! Congress, representing
Auctioneer and Commission D. II. AMES. M LIVELY. Jane Ifi. 18CO. 25Taylor's growing out of territorial questions seems to of politics. In some districts the. Democrats
FOR forbid such a course. .For myself if the sentiment and Doiiglnsitcs are running two candidate
MERCHANT. _May 14. 1859. 20 Cotton Gins
of the adjacent Slates! and tho South In Arkansas the contest will ho for Gover.nor .

TILHIUSSEE, Fla., Sept.. 29, 1853.: : S9ff.1I. SUPERIOR BURNING FLUID, SPRING AND SUMMER 40 45 and 50 Saw Gins, on babel end f* generally were less inflamed I would prefer and Congressmen. The are the following
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II. McDOXALDiumising &. O'S.; CJMPLE IST ; 1860. : sale by:_____ A.IIOL'KINS&CO that course to keeping it an open question.Slavery .- candidates:
in the District of Colombia is now For Got'frnor-Richud Johnson
-(\-- BROirX'S DOUBLE CYLINDER M. Regular
& fimmsm KEROSENE -JLAICD) OILS.For .
anst, PRATORIUS &. CLARK the only remaining ground of contention Democrat ; II. M. Rector, Independent

No. 102 NASSAU STREET May sale 14, by 1859. 20 AMES t LIVELY HAVE NOW IN j-:: 60. SA, WGIN the only remaining point of objection and assault Democrat. For Cwigs-css-First District

NEW YORK. I a full av<.rt- I ,r ''to l 'on sale by A. DOPXINS i CO. on the part of the Anti-slavery! : NorthI Edward W. Gantt Regular Democrat ; Dr.

The. Original Extract Quality went of ,. ;"'\ __.July2i.1S60._ !.:. :so: _ do not include the fanatics. They will be Wm. ;Mitchell Independent Democrat ; :'ec"
Aj ir rtismcnU 'Will be received as abort for pnblrat"n '
in t.l.ic (taper. Corn Starch i Cloths'i;:: 1 : DISSOI.U 1'10OF satisfied with nothing short of the extinctionof ond District, Thomas C. Hindman Regular

A e"'. 1S59. SIx slavery the States ; but all others at the Democrat ; C. Nl Crpert, Independent Democrat .
::: caSSimercs! i[iJ. I COPnr1n.orsh1.p.'I'll : ;
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TtE'IARED 1 fur .' CIt 1
P espreccly Fuiklingc < -al1 JJ Ixittofore existing between North disclaim any intention, or design, or The several) candidates are canvassing
: rirr. urcii ARCHER !!. Bailee Custard*, Pe! Porrige,JcRl'"tU"ed co-partncisLip
n Mange,
.Cakc .R constitutional interfere with
to
r tre-b AMEi .t LIVELY. Vesting, ;c }J\. : umit.rigucd, unuir he name and style of any power tho State, and run, wo believe, on their

PAPY & ARCHER May:: 21. IN'I'J.l.y 21A Spring Coatings '. -.. =- SHINE & PAPY, slavery anywhere but in the District of Co. personal qualification! : there being no difference .
lumbia. I would be to nIl cause. of
--- -- ---- glad see of opinion aboutpolitics.. Every Dom.
t: Drillings, Marseilles, Vestings, &.c. was di)s"h'cJ1 the 2Cth Jjne: ISOO by mutual
.ttornOY3"t I..vcv p .. consent K. A. Shine jr..*IK will:! continue thI'U'i- I disturbance; and contention in the District ocratic paper iu the State, as far as heard
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. CongressVater.. Which they are prepircd t Mauubcture to OnVi! ness at the old stand, a'JtLi-tizcJ t' Sittlf wp tieaffair w'!b iiJy! rt-movcif, but let me say that this nevercan from, in for Breckinriilge.
at the Shortest! notice and 1 the :
FRESH SUPPLY, jut rereive.1 and f..rale! iu suet Fislik>nable i f the htc firm. It. A. SHIN !I.. Ji.., he done by the abolition of slavery, unless North Carolina
J A ?, 1c!,9. 28 manner.: Also, mi extrtu.ive u' orhlJent of '. I votes for Governor only.
Ly AMES A LIVELY. M. } PAPY.
t May 14, 59. 2'iWhite Ken and Youth's Clothing July 7. 186'J. 2*-tf l it be accompanied by some adequate) The candidates are John W. Ellis, the present
A. GALUE provision for the removal or the.effective control incumbent Democrat and John Pool
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Lead. Tui. "',AT FC-t'C RI!:: Jotauf.Xewlju: t cuniraenrtd of tim slaves after they shall be emancipated. position. The vote of the State two years

r DEALER IN GOODS !I. devoted to Physii-Iojjv, Hyilioj>atliy. nnd! With this qualification, and in order to : ngo was-Ellis, Dem., 50,222; McRae, I nd.,.
EXTRA and No. 1-Ground in pure JJaI All for sale at the lowest living! prig's. They re- the Laws of Life and Health-with Eiisravin;: illustraliry test the determination of thn North in regard toy I
PlTRE : A '". ".. *" 3H.,0fl5GOT.. Ellis has declared for BreckIaridge -
t IF D I Oil, just received and tor sale bv call fumi tl.eir old friend), and! I the lItr"O74 "' t. ""nlib audi ..
ipt-cLful1y"itit a .
1. COOSANPIIO1TL1OIV : .. A.HSA + L \TJL'\-. --------- -. _.____ e'_.'" ....,- .t... ,i.c Dr...:..... I ___ ..;,.;-. Fublifbed monthly.So. further, andcoutinucd actrrf* 'nn. u.n flnd.-npoording la AIM ot_. pnjrct
J May :1. 155' tlT Bank Affcnrv.t2T n; HFAI.TIJ i< ont OK.E\T": WANT.-We can c,10.1 Southern feelings end the security of South ville cotemporaries so has Mr. Pool. Every
We Good tail it tf.ly by a knowledge of the Laws of Life! and ern property. IwoitJil be canfcnt 1cire slaveryin Democrat
,, : are receiving es' monthly in the Old North State, with tho
EMOXS Guava and Cutrei.t .TellicK. Prune March the euiiies o(Disease.: All subjects conoecte i "hb tl/.'
1860 District abolished
31, UWE
GROCERIES GENERAL. 1 day. of
in
_LJ Pears Sardines, Pirkled Oyten.Brandy PeachI I .- ----. --_. Diet Exercise! Uathinjj. Cleanliness! : V Ventilation exception eight or ten persona Raleigh,
ovember. n, 1858. 46 es, Preserved! Lomorw, Orange. Pine Apples aud Dwelliig, Cl"thin Occupation etc., are clearly Such are tho sentiments of Mr. John Bell, are for Breckmridge. A local q1testion-

Ginger..Green Gage MamalaJe, Leirt-u Syrup. Raspberry WGOp D S. present,! iu the WATIR CIRK JOVE
FIRE INSURANCE do., Strawberry d.... Pine Apple do., and Giu- path: B fully exi>Uin<>d and applied to all knowntli upon slaves ?-enters largely into tho contest.
for President. This made
get d().. Ksi'berrv Vinr ar. Fresh Salmon Lobcter Wcbcr tjs! <> Water Cure H not equaled by any other speech was Gov. Ellis will doubtless be re-elected
Joseph ,
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STATE FIRE AXD UAELXE INSURANCE! ro.J j mode PiclcfII.Scotcb }
Haddock Llallitmt und bLaJ. Aswrted not to an ordinary crowd not upon stamp,
"' ,. Particular directions fur the increased majority.-2V. Yl: Day Hook.
: onia are given
J PENNSYLVANIA.JKSl'KE Ale and Porter. MERCHANT TAILOR J but in tho Senate of the United States, a body
e treatment of ordinary c.ie at HOME, 80 that all
111:11upl
loss by Fire on tbe usual terms 30,000 Havana Segars. AND DfALEtt If:: | ; 1 i From the Montgomery (Aim Mail.
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against AMHit LIVELT.May m. [ it. Single! Copy f rl a year: ; Twenty Copies, characterized for its intelligence, dignity and )
F. II. FLAGC. Agent 51. 1859. ?1 Rradr. Iade Clotkia} : j 1/1rl A[ $10. Subscriptions may commence now. Editors and inferior in of ability AN UNITED: FRONT TO DgrzAr LINCOLN.
Tallahassee! December 18.1858. 61 ._ i giving jhia two or three iuscrtious will receive theJ statesmanship, point
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uruaa year.: Address and influence/ to no similar body in tho
Edward M. West Cod Liver Oil. EurnishrngOoods, -A* \ / 'OWLEn 4 WELLS 308 Broadway N. Y. language in relation to the candidates for
world with such sentiments uttered
', Tallaha-ee)) Fa! ;. ,, July 7, 1SCO. CS41Notice ; expressly the Presidency:
;,RESII AND PURE of eelebralrd rl.lot6
AUCTIONEER& COMMISSION MERCHANT, I J? IIes"inan, Clark: & Co. & RniLton'e..! : ''I IIE Sulxnbe-i i-. now rec
: TALLAHASSEE FLA. Fw sale! ty AMES d LIVELY. J. to R. II. IK.-ITJ' Auction Iv<>om, a well selected We can but spurn tho adder that aims its than wo have seen of late of onion of the conservative

TROMIT attention tfveo to Consignments bis May :1. 1&S9.; 21 tock or SPRING A SUMMER GOODS suitable!for t LL persons who btire any demands "in.t the' deadly poison at us. men of all parts of the country, opposition .
: L Rooms door to Ames t Lirely's /JL estate James W. late of Leon
, care next GEN' 'LEMENtS WEAR, Daboey county to the ticket which they all pronounce
lluu otorr. [Dec. 17, 1859. 5'J TCST RECElVrD supply of Mrs.ALLEN'S in of deceased, are called upon| k present them, with to be tho ono most dangerous, the only one
-- --- --- !J' Hair Restorer and Zilobalsanium. couilstiug part out delay, to the undersignetl"administrat.or of said The Democratic Platform.
POST & MEL }'O( sale by AMES l.t LIVELY. French and English Cloths, Cassi-! estate; and all creditors, legatees and persons entitled among the one who has never seen service in
21, 1859 21 the Senate [Lincoln] b likely to be tho Presi
May _. meres and Vcstings, t* distribution are notified that their claims! and
1- COMMISSION MERCHANTS ---- Uerood will be barred at the expiration of two years REPJRTE8.rnox. TIlE MAJORITY OF TIlE COM dent"
of the latest style! and best quality which he is pre
61 Poydras Street, English Linseed Oil, pared to make up| to order ia a workiuao-like and unless the estate exhibited called within the for name.immediate Those indebted 1 MITTCE os RESOLUTIONS AT CITARKESTO, We have also expressed tho opinion that
to
: LTiE1. PURE ARTICLE boiled and rAW. For sale: fashionable manner, and on RE.MOXABLC TICKS. Also otherwise they are expect upon to be sued. payment ENDORSED BY THE OPPOSITION Co:' VB:' the time has arrived for tho people of flic -

. NE-VV A by the Citfk or gallon. .. a general assortment ofBEADYMADE may WILLIAM BLOXHAM Adm'r. TION OF GEORGIA ox THE 2D OF MAY, South to unite upon one ticket-to consolidate .

I ----- AMES A LIVELY. CLOTHING ._July T.,1860.. 2S-8w AND ADOPTED BY THE NATIONAL DEMO the vote of the Opposition to Black Re-

I REFER TO May2llSilI_ __ 21Compound Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties, Shirts, Merino Ed'1.10 a"t1.01. CRATIC CONVENTION AT BALTIMORE. publicanism, and present an united front at 4

: Iirli.I., ,. Thomas J. Perkins & Co., TAll3.h:101ee.: Fla." Gentian Silk and Cotton Under Shirts, Collar", IIa1fHose. ryHE BOARD OF EDUCATION, constituting RESOLVED: That the platform adopted by the ballot box in November. In this manner:
, I. It. Harris & Co.. Quiney
0lores te dc.
: Denbam & Montietllo .L the Trustees of the State Seminary West of the the Democratic party Cincinnati! be affirm. only, Lincoln may be defeated before the
t .. Beard
Mr.James Filor, Key West rpHESE BITTERS are an infallible remedy for heretofore bestowed on him, and trusts by strict attention employ three assistant teachers, to supply vacancies FIRST. That the government of a Territory election going into Congress avoided. IHhjo t)
t f Messrs. McNao bl & Ormood Atlanta Geo. JL bilious! and all disorder, arising from a deranged to business, to went a continnnnrg of the that have occurred in tbe School; two competent to organized by an act of Congress, is election go to the house of RepresentativeLincoln's ;
Debility give instruction in the English French, Latin and provisional
condition of the Dyspepsia -
digestive
J. N. McKinnoo & Co. ThomasviV.c! organs JOSEPH
. WEDEIt
chance there least
same. is that
, at
Greek and in Mathematics and Military and and ita existence equal
, 14 1858. Liver Complaint, Low Spirits VTaut of Appe Languages, one temporary, during : -
August' 33ly1UEDICAL ; March 24 1860. 13
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-- -- tite Ac For sale by AMES 4 LIVELY Tactics. To teacher well qualified and with all citizens ofclio United States havo of any other candidate; and it is the dui cC

NOTICE. May 21, 1859. 21 ____ some experience in teaching: a salary of $1 tOO for an equal right to settle with their property; in our people to avoid all unnecessary risk in so
SCEEVENHOUSE the scholastic will be allowed. From the Board
-0- year matter.EntertainiDg.
J. D. TAYLOR.J. S. BOND.L GARDEN SEEDS. u_ Teachers: when complete cue will be selected by .tho Territory, without'their rights, either of grave a these views have delibc
the Board of Education to act aa Principal with an person or property, being destroyed or impaired wo
L Drs. Taylor & Bond c-x'cwta: of J.OOO.T |mi SAVMSAH, GEORGIA firfMRS. additional compensation of three hundred dollars for by congressional; or territorial legis rately determined to cast our rotes for tho
T\ are now receiving a large and well selected IillJ.! .. the same term. Tbe duties of the School commence: lation. ticket whicblwe conceive to be the best for the

TTAVE assouated in the practice Medkiae. Of- VV Assortment of Seeds, comprising an o October 1st, 1860, and end July 1st, 1SGI. Commumcations South, which it is undoubtedly tho .
XX fice at the OLD STAND of Dr.Taylor. extensive variety of the best and most reliable S. R FOLEY Proprietress Tins new and may be addressed, until the 1 it of September SECOND. That it is tho duty of the Feder. tlrongett.We
i.e do this because do know that
Hotel, Monument simply we
f Tallabaroee. February 1. 1859. 6 __ and Agricultural Seeds- fronting Square to F. EPPE3, President. al Government, in all Its departments to pro.
Vegetable BOW in complete order,and ready to accommodate Breckinridge and Lane nand the only
June SO I860. 27 Board of Education. upon
.ETNA In the selection of our stock, the greatest care bas in fine style the traveling publit tect when necessary, the rights of person which fidelity -
been obeorred ; and, as a further precaution. tbe vi The Rooms are large and airy and the Table fully A PPLICATION will be made to the next II'S- and property in the territories, and I wherever platform Southern unequivocally in the Union.pledges
INSURANCE CONPANYOF tality of the Seeds i i. generally tested before being equal to .any Hotel North or South.FEM.T /A emit of the: General Assembly of this State, its constitutional authority extends. : to Equality True
offered for sale; so that purchasers may depend on B splendid four horse Omnibus is always nt for a Charter of a Rail Road from the waters of THIRD. That when tho settlers in Territory it is claimed for other tickets that they ate
t netting those that are fresh and ol Lhe most reliable the Depot and Stearaboat I.'Indingto carry passengers Tampa Bay: or Charlotte Harbor to the waters of a opposed to Black Republicanism, but we
, IIi character. AMES & LIVELY.Nov. to and from the IJlule.lLt. half the usual!rates the St. Johns River at or near Lake Jesup. having an adeqnuto population, form a have no assurance, either from tile platforms

Incorporated in 1819. Charter Perpetual. 26 1859! 47 June ?3, 1860. 26-3m Palatka.June4.1860. 25 State Constitution, the right of sovereignty or tho personal pledges of those candidates,

i It- Shinesldike for A11JTMASON'S EICIIMOKDN. GA&mna.: hrr*&T Waive WakiiUa Circuit Court.-In Equity. commences, and being consummated by ad. that the line of policy to be followed by them
mission into tho Union, thl"YIIL'\nd on equal -
"
E. Lawrence, ) will not a thort cut to all ends of
Mary prove
CASH C 'I.ITAL-8ItOOOooo. : CHALLENGE BLACKING is the Drs. Gardner & White
the of other
footing with people States ; and
article of the kind in use. M. > Bill of Divorco. Black Republicanism" And we are of tho

i ISM-RE: AOAIIfRTLORS!\ AND nAMAOEBT FIKEMXTKUMS It preserve the Boots on which it is used, makes CENTREVILLE, FL.\.. Francis M. Lawrence, ) the State thus organized ought to be admit. number who believe that a candidate is not
,: : : ADAPTED T1IK HAZAUD the leather soft and pliable and thug prevents its associated themselves in the practice of TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Ly ted into the Federal Union, whether its Constitution to be trusted by tbe Soutji who from the fear '
AND CONSISTENT WITH TH:: LAWS in all cli HAVE _L amdavit filed, that the defendant in this Bill the institution
t' OF COUPBNSAT1ON.K. crackiug} ; is warranted to retain its virtues and Surgery. reside prohibits or recognizes of losing votes fails or refuses to speak out
moist warm or 26 1860. 22 out of the State of Florida it i ill ordered that
\ tbe or ,
mates. e atmosphere dry May .
> slavery.
_
C. LEWIS his sentiments tho vital Such
Agent,
cold ; and bas, for" quarter of a century enjoy<-d a hearing be had upon the facts charged in said Dill upon question.
For TalUbaese and vicinity. the good opinion of mankind: MEDICAL NOTICE. before the Judge of the Middle Circuit of the State RESOLVED, That the Democratic party are a man is not to be trusted (our years in Washington .

I AuiruM.: 15. 1SS7. as It is a moving mirror,and adorns the palace of tbe -0- of Florida on the first Monday of October next. It in favor of tho acquisition of tIne island of City where BO many Free Soil influences

'I (AU . .. .. .. .T. w. Br.tVAKi. JL great and cheers the solitary but of the lonely back Dr. George Badger is further ordered, that A copy of this order be published Cuba, on such terms as shall be honorable would cluster around him. We require
ia tbe Floridian and Journal a w eek for
woodsman.Like once to ourselves and just to Spain at the earliest in candidates both the moral
Brevard influences his profesniuual' services tu the citizens the of'three months. our courage to
Call & the Sun diffuses its genial upon OFFERS space
: all soils: and conditions of men, and challenges their and surrounding country. Passed at Chambers this 9th day of June, A. :>. practicable moment do the ,whole country justice, and the-manliness .
A.ttorn.oys: a"t X.aLW, esteem and admiration.For tfT" Orrict AT nn: CITY HOTEL. .L 5 1860. J. WAYLE3 BAKER. Judge. RESOLVED, That the enactments ofState to say before the election how they intend -

June. I?G(). 24-tf_ _ _ June 29th 1860. 3m-27
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. tae wholesale nnd retail by -- -- legislatures, to defeat the, faithful execution to do justice. Such a ticket is before
Mar. 10./60. 11 AM tS A LIVELY. slave law hostile in the in the of MMST&.BreckLuridgeandLaneanditisthedutyofthepeo.
I UAVIN'O associated themselves ia tbe practice of Ltimber.rpHE of the fugitive are char. people persons -
offer their professional services to tbe ----- Received Notice. acter, subversive of the Constitution, and

IJJ-Wie: Tli.y will practice in the Circuit CourU Just : price of LUMBER at our several mills reI SIX months alter the first publication of this BO- revolutionary in their effect ple of the whole South to vota for. them, regardless .
Middle Court aad DistrictCuurt after this will be $12.50 administratrix of the estate
Dietrict! the Supreme SILVER WARE spectirely, day per @, the undersigned,
auortmeut.oSTERLlXG
N of old This
ofthe United States at Tallahassee. A thousand. Terms Ctuh on DrUreri of J, L L. Green, deceased, late of Leon county, RESOLTID, That the Democracy of the U. party prejudices. we
E3T Office in Rutg ra' new building, over the "PLATED'VARE! and BRONZE CLOCKS direct R. W. b. HODGSON.L. will prefect her final account and rooehen to the nitetl States recognise it as the imperative duty can all do, not as Democrats bat as the aUiei

s"ctb.W blem Rail Road. the manufacturers.And C. LAVENDER, Hon. Judge of Probate of Leon county and ask to bedicbargei of this Government to protect the naturalized of truth aud friends of our homes.
_..,,1.4,1860. 6 from May 13. '6ft. 21-3m A. S. NIMS.Planter's ELCY OIltfEN, Adm'x. _
a fresh supply of SILVEP. SOAPFor_ ckan- citizen in all his rights, whether at home -
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ni 01'(1' : THOCSAXO Houcxs BUICTT.,. A tremendous
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\tare
HOGUE & AMAKER uig: Silver and Plated atWARDEN'S Hotel. or in foreign lands, to the same extent as its
.. native born citizens. fire broke out in Constantinople on
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS Between Kirkey and the Ru'g.r>' 15uiI.Sng.Junc \ r'IIE Subscriber bating purchased :. Notice.SIX the morning of tbo 10th of June, near1 tho
TERMS CASE- _L the above Hotel respectfully informs ;;;;" 4 month after date, the undersigned will pre WHEREAS, One of the greatest necessities' mosque of the Sultan AehmeL The houses,
.A.T LAVV, ?, ISM'. 23:t his friend and the public in gen- I hill final! accounts and vouchers to the Judgeof of the age, in a political, commeroial, postal wchintquarterofthebwaraIJbeiII
- I I .;VP. Law, aud! ,.'illatlMld to any professional busiu For Sale coinmolatk of PERMANENT and at'I I on tbe estate of V. V. btrine, deceased late of between the Pacific and Atlantic of wood, burnt with great rapidity. From
-- <'I.htl"tc..1. <(. ttitir car**. I BOARDERS. O. C. said county, and ask to be discharged therefrom. eight hundred to a thousand were consumed
!! .'I' I/OC.Y./ ,.A.. PERRY AMAKER. milE' HOES AND J LOT ON MONROE Tallab: 8/ec. April!!! 28, 1860. 18 tf I H. T. BLOCKER, Ex officio Adm'r. coasts ;therefore be it before the fire. could be got oadec The .
%4" '1. l"wR. 18 I JL Street, now occupied: by P B.. BroVaw:. .t. April 7, 18M. 18- . -' } ?<,. p. B. WKU1A 1:0-:: :;. 4 Notice.ALL I party do hereby pledge themselves to use every
hours.
., George S, Collins j 1II15.IS'O. __ petrous having claims or demands against Notice.SIX means in their power to secure the passage eight __
estate of George N. Heir deceased, late Months after the first publication: of this no
of some bill,.to the extent of the constitutional STICK: THIS E* TOOK UJLTJ-When. .y ATTORNEY GeO.Valto Knight of Lion to them, : the will his final account
& COUNSELLOR : county are requested present undersigned present :
I authority of Congress for the hear Bell and Everett
properly authenticated, to the undersigned, within and Toarhera to tile Judge of Probate of Lena county construction a man bolstering tip.
-A.T OL.-aL.-vvr, i ATTORNEY: & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, the tim prescribed by bw or they will be barred ; as executor of the estate of A. L. Fisher deceased of a Pacific railsoad: from the Mississippi the Douglas ticket jut ask him if he intend

TALLAHASSEE, FLOUIU-V J JtKrr TALLAHASSEE: FLORIDA. aDd ail those indebted will. nuke payment imcnediately. late of said county, and ask to I>e discharged. river to tho Pacific ocean: at the.ear- to vote that ticket. It wtQ:stop his BelJsp] "
<*/ Livdv Dra, Stoic UOEEUT: U r.In.oll, r.Jalv.ll I ALFRED A. FISHEK Ex'tr liest practicable moment. in second. -
our llti. :)taiJb'Oli.A ..J.i. at Mtrtis Aincs "OFIis.
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: and tting .
unmiSakiLle'in 1
Crop Territorial Legislatures, but evidently contemplated Douxlae and Bmklnrldce.W

tires itS napnVedcnted ib rea,1st JpDl.n.li The 7exa Po.ped.*, of the ioit, ,complains Iwmng the question entirely with them at any time South, and did not he.iute to express Lis warm admiration extract below aa article from the S e"

8 f i0rtoian home of the long drovgkt I
.... rapid augmentation or":1tbit'* )ptoe s> Cm I They both hays aviledLh'QHI"1 of this license,by is either or gentlemen are. Who shalldecide nalJ<tleuuhcb 5.

-.- --- .- -.- -.. - and Its honor abrotd; in abhorrence say : *. excluding slavery by ala local Legwla-' wrong t\e abut a diTI.ionlr rlic partr. fir.<.'
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: all schemes for disunion, come frem Caterer .Very nearly three month w>re now' tifre'tnd Congress has not even entertaIned a till to 7 Charleston and ate"&dj at Baltimore' V> ,
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T. LLADAS8EJ source they may; and we enratlttCDnLry since we were blessed'wit rain,aod dtl repeal the**Territorial acts.. -' m t that all hi to wll Ilud this paper m.dj;) ,
.a that no republican member untoward condition 'JrViWh> > almot ]. their provisions and by their practical Good for Mr.rizclna. k article 1
an give to that careful ;
-: 1 ST.1ItDAY, .JULY tS: 1860. or countenanced a threat disunion, 1*fteo made any other locality, bare cut off the crop entirely, 'B, the Territorial bill of 1850 have Mr. James A Wiggins i the Bell and Eue : lows a read.r.g i,* .-f.

0_ = by the democratic member o Coo[re* without we will tlll make an ample !of tb."afof operated far the protection of slavery, while that of Elector for East Forda He is a Georgi.a-by : _

: DEMOCRATIC. NOMIN4TI058.. ; : rebuke, and wit plUM these rm their. plitieal of chiunIon associates life" for brd.tuf Ti nee r the' quality 1854 has oprate to its exclusion." birth, and is a very- clever gentleman wilhaL An Mr. Douglas From At#eeepts-Tbe rock RtraldWy Isonsthe "

-.-- .i : ; ad we tret' our land power yield a crop uDe 1e There deceiveone Jhy
I, I ascendaney. i paragraph just enough t anecdote told in connection with him when his two Democratic Platrrm :
> in f :
case a popular adverse circumstances. Our crops i
FOIL 'l'.EtC": C moat CUOf DW ana the Dred Beott Decision.
,}: I a* denying the v1ts1pitncIpleofa free Gor- begin to- suffer, and the plnt ae .eir unacquainted with the history of the two name .suggested for Elector a the Q i .Con Tbe letter of Donglaa,

;!1N.! JOHN C. :BRECKINIUDGE, rDmet attd I an avowal of comteroplateotreason, forms aid young bollt rapidly. Unle( measures referred to, and no more The Kansas Tnlou Who is her inquired one of the LnDelegtes !i-his nomination for) rrHldeD formally frol thf aeeepua-North "

. Of atnttTCM.Ytsi is tL.imperstlveduty of_an silence.indigiaat- with timely abower this, lik the corn crp.ul Bill was framed on precisely the same principle athe .I know the Wigginsc., aiid'.I think wing of the laU Baltimore General rOr./

I' pie strongly.t rAui and forever be very short.? 4A I compromise of 1850, with thIs difference-that be some mistake. There was Jrss, but I Convention, ha been laid before oar reaJer\ g
. FOR VICE be more C the point than this?- former citizen of Hamilton county in tiaS" refused rUlt : rejoice in the adhesion of hi* partiMna Hi '
What.eoule in Mexican territories
Congres repeal t '
te. t he's dead, and it ain't There Ira Hige, huthe's I
: \ Are not the the of the Floridian him renal panacea of popular aorereiguty; 'in_th.T,..,:
OBT. JOSEPH k\NE thenc Republicans lovers o of (trelp writing t eitn ia 0 burned tie laws abolishing slavery, and .tee John Bell dead too. I don't know ti. James A" "I I tories, and asks, if we depart from this; policy aaj
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. \ -br' oaitton.K I I cler they are af &e.t editor of the Sentinel I from; Grimes county saysTexas first time up declared In 1864, "We Jrnote that the Compromise think I can enlighten my friend, if be will allowme permit the country to be .precipitated! Into r rca! .
are Bell and Everett, or nearly by eleven weeks drought. The lions sectional contest between
.) ; : act* of 1850 len New Mexico and Utah free tm. ," said another Leon delegate,rising labia place by a preu.) ,
>K rRKIDKXTIAL. EI.ECTRI: or any body else and can denounce as diannionisla ever passed through 1 many weeks without seeing Globe 1310 but and at.alnr ilteneotioDil., thai] v
( ,) Congress
4 much vehemence tory Cog. p. drepa .He i. a son of the old man I" This ..of course look another I
Clay
aU them with just a* Web.tr. or sooth
of Nuau.F who rain ?
\ t J -CKO.: W. CALL oppose CU. the Mbsouri Compromise prohibiting alanr satisfactory, and Mr, Wiggins selected. Now CAM, to pilot the ship State over
this }
M ANDERSON of Jefier on.j. too. We suggest that our neighbors shall keep The Tanlding of the 10th instant speaks 0 bre ;
.iflik-J. P. C4r07 Nebraska and Kansas and thus left the territory Mr.Wiggins has written a letter, and it I. a very into a haven of peace safety f

: \ 1 GOURIE, o}!..lkln.t third resolve in the Black Republican platform under a. follow of the and crop i Eastern Mi._ open the editorial bead of the Sentirul .a standingtext. for consider some others which
FOB ALTERNATES : issippi: Mr. Breckinridge raid that h never the stomach of aod for why Simply present t Mr -
neighbor*-
And forget the old article of former We need but a few word oa these to .No. our Dugl. appear t have oveloke. The fim i i..
dun't
very and
t icst3.tIES GKTTII. of HiHsUmngh. It will refreshing ee bow nicely this week say, jt is hot enough to render a salamander would rote t organize a government in Kansas because Mr. Wiggins plant himself on tbe this little slavery under which

I- Ii4&e--W. H. MrrcnistL, of Madison. .n this b quit the Sentinel, t under tbe new pie uncmrortble. and all the adjectives In Nebraska "1 long I that odious- stigma remained Democratic platform of .Congressional protectionin the democratic party touched bottom at Charlntoaand '

1 n' -DILLON JOUD IN, of Escambia. on question Webster' Dictionary would not do justice to the on the statute book." Another difference was that die Territories." We quote from his letter dated was broken to piece at Baltimore T The scud <
the old
r editors, dove-tail with the Sentinel under several is, why was it that the Southern States
subject thermometer hat ranged Congress reserved supervisory power over the legislation 5tb and in the Ocata Home Com'panion dissolution the pre
of
FOR July published ferred the party the
i aU Black
A55IT'T ones,and have harmoniously they Republican days from 100 to 104 in the shade. TeCrnr* t recognition
:M. GRAHAM of L the and for : mince where of New Mexico, which was not done in the of the 17th : of Mr. Douglas o his dotrbe squatter severeignty
l FAd1-? \ JBcladed. fiddle on tame a\Dg. are irrevocably except i..pat
I of Monroe. Democ and rich hammock or prairie case *f Kansas and Nebr.b. but in all other respects "For some time past I had indulged' the hope 7 And the third ..the Origin of
J. L. TATCM, the self too-the defeat of the lt upon in the democratic
of Madison. same purpose scarcely can now possibly be made. the two were identical in spirit and I that the Democratic party ic the Charleston Convention this difficulty camp, and thit
any me.ur
DaiDtORD upland the t
JIld.nH'JUUD Walton. racy.But that would in ordinary years bring fifteen intention,the design in each instance being t withdraw might take such a position as would enable terrific exloioo.or in their party Lt. us briefly Ia.twer .
/ ii. of candidates not only disnnionists will States unit and afford tbe. *
UrSh.uc our are or twenty bushels to the acre, not yieldtwo. the Southern to rally as an
even the on which they are placed leadsto A more distressing prospect around tbem ; COVERXOU-; platform much Sutured who were be affected by Both hare unite with aod thus not which baa broken up the democratic party i isti
FOR never bad. cotton not people t It they they ) us
the dire calamity. .We are unable planters T. i 1 say t constitutional
same say of the status of
will probablyhave the Federal Territorial out overwhelm and demolish question slaver, Lste
p JON other crops, many men provided for a reference t or only defet absolutely
MLTCN tbe Sentinel, .to discover principle on A of tie and a Upon this the hoes
whole dividing
any much the proceeds pestilent political organization pint
the pragtn
pretty of
I
t expend Courts, with the right appeal Supreme and
l"TT. the
> JACKSOS
they come before the country ta does not lead t their cotton supply the failure t raise provisions. of the North which is ever stirring the bit Dugl.democracy
t titles the
Court of the U oo all questions broad and
involving are holding that
8 water of and and .tng. the
will ter disturbing
do ,
what they .trCe.
it T Unfortunate Democracy aetona
__!:L ron. coM-REjjs. :a.or "-"-.y .. _4-. ,-. r.tI.r s1.. TK. rvJm'.Kn.fa. Kfml.rn. of the 13th ,te to slaves-in the case of Utah and New Mexico t retarding the peaceful ad patriotic legislation of local autbor es of, .Territory, by friendly or ci-
.. test the 01 tile aiexican Jaw ill. But till hope with the friendly may .dmit or .dQde
1:0": f'l'nY. Sentinel Now, their platform is a very plain doc speaks .follows of the prospects of the cotton erdj> validity abolishing eon n try perished rejection and the latter insisting Congress, 11a"l
the ;
of the of
principle
tat
Congressional
and and in the of Kansas protection -
two-faced of in that section prohibiting slavery case
ument. it not or susceptible a : of a cannot interfere
Xo
I in the Territories freeman surrender this Trrtra gnmmeut. thereinto
The rioridian for Jhe' Campaign, double construction. I simply ignores Squatter The first pod of matured cotton, fully open was and Nebraska should the Legislatures either at right, no government can fail to (rcOiz an it. P oTEenoH .1anr the creature derifW

Sovereignty and defines the power Congress anda left a our office yesterday It was tent from a tempt to inhibit the introduction of slavery r there. !THE PRICE OJ :CE. Up to this its existence and from Congress iur ly

S tt "Wenill furnish the Floridian for the Campaign, Territorial Legislature over the subject of Slavery neighboring plantation. John Bell said in 1854: pint I am for the "Federal Union," but when we cannot thus iDterere. Te anti-Douglas democracy
further of
wl ieh will embrace a period of tx.ut five month*, The boll should be indication "The territories of Utah and New Mexico "he have pawed that Rubicon, I at ne and proclaim equal rights and
and has the merit of not
in the Territories; i being regarded A an hostility in the tjlaee of loyalty to a equal protection, that during the Tertnl condition .
into the Union free territories organization -
lit tLc following reduced rte1aely sufficient t based upon a decision of the Supreme Court of the of either generl forwardness or general thrift of they came were by which will have itself government treat of a Territory it is the duty
the law of Spain and Mexico. The question proven to or loa
the this The excessive
.
r.u1 rae 111 for the expense: U. S Here are the "head notes" to the Dred Scott and cottn crop has regon. stimulated warm tarlr raised whether that really was prohibitory; whether too* corrupt for a safe depository of-the right of and the fter3 authorities to protect the equal

T"a Clvb uf *. addressed to the *me j,ost-office. f 2 decision, prepared by the venerable Chief Ju.tic dry season of the first bolls, but cotton t that .the condition of the country whether f reernen. Our delegates acted we land wisely when rights of all property therein ; while the Douglas
some -
3 maturity gelera they dissolved their political alliance with democracy maintain Congress Las no right
6, slaves could there T Those who party a
.. TANET himtelC The case mill be found ia dwarfish in size and is for the want go with safety &
.. reported ly suffering i interfere in this local matter of
5 dominant majority, who refused to recognise this one ci-
o. 6' were in favor of the compromise bills said, whether way
iu full in the 1 Volume of Howard's Reports, of rain. I the drought is not soon broken, a] the the other. aneJ
10. Ptl will risk the cardinal principle, so broad, fundamental, that
.. .. cotton quickly mature (and it will be but Ittle) they can or not we judidalbuonl. 1 did the Southern !
2C'! 12 I page 3351st. : ; in the the question.-Cony. it underle and upholds every government on the Secondly, why Democracy pre.
alL .
Ard tt- a in'e/e 1 .sul-vriber we will ,,'i d until the "The thus 5 i. that can mature at I Glo.p.110.lon. tle earth, and a failure to recognise wbichba fer the dissolution of the party to the recogoiiisa
If January f.r 1t1. the of territory States required for their acquired by It is aid lliatnhe whole West, from the Ohio t Washington Hunt, who presided over the always been the tin of revoltand revolution of Mr. Douglas or his doctrine of squatter sovereignty -
tnt I people Unltd common Convention which nominated Mr.Bell at Baltimore, a 5 JAMES T We answerfor, various reason Prominent
the the Missouri, one vast grain field. It is estinated WIGGINS
i imorJnWy or- an i their agent and trustee, I A
Ilt t equal threugh
& bneft the results of the
mlp7 net
!- /xir r V/ sot/* sra'.. I the Federl GOTtnmeot Congress can exercise no that the State of Ohio will have thirty). miiliocbush- made a speech at Utica, on the occasion of the.as- Good for you, >'r. Wiggins! What say our and among terrible them border ruffian conflict desperate, pro-slavery bloody anil

power over rights persons or property of a .I of wheat-five million more than it .ever sembling of the Bell and Everett State Convention D\ighbr t Doo't things begin t look as though no-slavery, fur tbe possession of Kansashad,

Democratic Appolulmcnt I citizen Constitution.in the Territories The Government which prohibited and the by the produced before-and that it is of the best quality. on the 12th lost. We call attention to the following very little i il likely to be made out of the cry of squatter sovereignty t stink in th. nostril CU.e

Ocr or more of the Democratic candidates for whenever the Territory is open to etz.n.., I The Cahaba (Ala.) Gazette,, give a rather ,,!WII declarations made by him in that speech : disunion against the Democratic par, iU platform South ; sad with the loss' of Kansas, and in consequence -

(.vcrn r Congress or r .iflental Electors will enter it,ith their respective rights defined and limited account of the crops in that section. The Gazette .lie reviewed the acton of the whigs in the and.its candidates t Three cheers for Wiggins I IFLORIDA. of the course of hia Mr. Dup,, the Sooth re-
yolted him and The Souh'erndemocracy
a-Mreu the 1\lc nt the following times and places: by the Constitution" compromise measures showing that thepolicy against
of the 19th instant : .
I say ,too,bad seeuredmneanwhilethe
fr- Niuaa ra&nlf at Callahan,Ta..i1aT,JulrJ U 2 Ce.Ur wlneiwliiy.July:..:: :. :::: from As to the crops in this section, both Cotton intervention with entire freedom authority for their repudiation of squatter
at Key non slaveryand
of States State
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Nnro county,at Key Writ.Satsrda.JuI.,July. .. ... ..ft 28 I up-their honi there, while it permits eiliccna of Corn. ,e may say they are almost, if not of the people of the Territories to decide on concerning progress of tbe canvass. In Middle sovereignty.This
DtarhY
Hilliboroiif Hcrnaado county county,at Brookurlll at T.Upa:,MWy,July_.-..... ...3 other t"te to do so. Nor 1.1 i a right to give ruined by the dry weather. The boll areoei their own insti tution.. The democratic party under and East Florida the ticket will be voted for with brng to the third question in the premises .
off and of this
Pumler county, at Adamstllle. Wedne-dir.Angus .' I to one class of it refused prematurely or dropping the > I Douglas was not the author of popular soTerrignty the greatest T.: or te difficulty and explosion i
Court Konar,Fridaynjutl :: ::: C privieg. ctizn. whel. Corn is withered nod blasted beyond unanimity. Major George Ward tbe was that fatal Ks,, .
county, at -.... .. .. 4 The Territory acquired for their redemption. I He was now on whig ground in that respect who led the Taylor party in that State in dette rmp. I .
,&.county county,,at at)fttnYIUe., balurUay., Aoenst August.... .....-. G I equal end common benefit, and if open to any i Corn i* hieh now, and a great deal of it is brought aOwel.opposition to f"derl tyranny. Petsacola Observer informs us, has declared hUprefeience In the year of Grace, 1M. the ex
\.oOI ._.. .. .... .. t from the Wet, but no man can conjecture its price democratic majority of- of
t permentl .
:
county1,at Ocala,Thursday AujmaLMsrion must be open to all upon equal and the same ter. I These citations are conclusive as to the intention for the ticket and Democratic b.
every
. pa. that
10 this time next :year. the Western Corn and Congress, act repealing the Mi!
at Oranpe -
cutl ring Aullt. ........ ... .EVXKT CITIZEN HAS A BIGHT TO TAKE WITH I has hoisted the flag of Breckinridge and Lane.Douglas COl.
11 per
1'alnam ,at Pilatka "IUlt. I 3d Wheat crops are not good we fear there.will of Cngre6 in 1850 and identify the legislationof promise put it into the bill that the true intent

1( St.John county,JarkwmTtlle.at PL Aujruaiine.Wednesday., Au._.:.._... ......1 11 m ) THE CoKSTiimox TERRITORY air ARTICLE or STATES PROPMTTn be suffering for bread very next Summer. tbat year with the legislation of 54. I remains i entirely out of the race.-N. Co"rin.The and meaning of thU act is not to legislate slavery
hurst at : Him TOE or TDK RECocMpts -
Clay county county at House,Thnraday. AUR...... .. 0..1 UITE Our planter know best what to do under the circumstances only that In both Instances was only error in this paragraph I'ifs to the position into any Territory nor to exclude it ,butto
New River Onlr Cr, dtarkc, Friday Atlal.... _. ... '. AS raoriRTT. I but it seems to us they should make t say provision of Major WARD. That gentleman has leave the peopl*thereof perfectly free regulate -
bo" at (..... .... ..18 4th. .Tua COXSTITIT.OI: or ma UNITED STATES made for admitting the Territories into the Union not t
AID
cunly., OanrlYilt ........... .AND some provision for the future-such I the extraordinary avowed his intention of supporting Mr. Breckin. their domestic institutions in their own wsy
at PlEDGES THE
Columbia SLAVES
Enwannee cnty county, at L""oor Cir. Moday.,Tuesday Ang, Anjt.. ... .....2 ERAL alousE GOVERNMENT TO A raora"PROTECT IT. And Congress FED emergency requires. If they would plough with or without slavery a their Constitution He endorses the subject only to the constitution-of the oieJSttt''
the old of Corn and ridge heartily platform on which These last word to the .
subject
All opposition C'ndiJste are frmted to unite in cannot exercise more authority over up crop plant another trusting might prescribe at the time of their admission. only
any property to rain hereafter, or prepare pasture for so Mr. stands, and considers him a* a statesman of the United States. made this "true-intent and
the equal term for free lis of that description than it may exercise f. Stress i i. laid 'on the word" only" in the Kansas B
arpinttnt. upon over of other nltitutionaly. t save the little Corn they may gather for bread, good and true, but further than this he has made meaning" a thing of two facess, perplexing I I
property any bill-subject to the Constitution of the
tul or plant peas, or anything that is likelyto 0L Egyptian oracle ; for the great and only
.
6ih. The act of Confess, therefore prohibitinga pttoe. no avowals. We believe,however,that when Major difficulty
-- .- -- -- -. this and frost, they might, in a Unite Sttes" But how came these words in the was..what ia the constitution oh this subject'} -
citizen of the United States taking with him his
Ward shall become satisfied that Mr. Bell is out of
g EE FIRST PAGE Rd Mr. Bell's views slaves when he removes to Territory in measure, avert the threatened scarcity.The bill at all T In this wise: Tbe South said you must Southern and Northern democrat could not agree.

s on the question of abolishing slavery in the District to reside, \hAl EXERCISE or AUTHOUTT OVER question PRIVATE Montgomery(Ala.) Confederation,of the 15th repeal the Missouri prohibition and throw the territories the race, be will be found sustaining the only candidate but they did agree in Senatorial caucus t leave the

wnicn is SOT WARRANTED TUE CoNSTrruTIOX instant, of the late heated term and desires who .planted himself fairly and squarely answer to judgment of the-Supreme Cur
raoriETi complains
.. of The speech from which a quotation 11 open to the people of all The issue remained an of
Clumbia. elonTle open thing
and the removal of the plaintiff by his ownerto on the of the Constitution-the quutOl.
Equalityof
J Is there made was delivered by him in the Senateon him title freedom." rain. It say: i Northern Democrats agreed to this, but said the priocple. two faces, down to and .. campaign of
that
the 14th ef September. 1850! and will be foundon 6th. "Territory While it gave remains a no Territory t Congress may The late heated term has been the hottest experienced Territorial Legislature could prohibit slavery. The the Sttu in the common Territories. These 1856. But shortly after the inauguration of Mr.
in this are earnest times, and earnest men Buchanan the bred Scott decision of the
1$68 of Ihe the Globe. legislate over it within the scope of its constitutional lot.alty since our residence in Alabama. I South denied it, but said they would risk the judicial prefer t give Supreme
i page -.Arpendi-t Cng. in relation to citizens of the United States An old of the city who has kept a their support t candidates who represent well defined Cour .promulgated t the world. 'a decis
powers
tribunals in the decision of the
and delivered Chief Justice
and establish a territorial and thef thermometer marked the degrees tetrulsrly for qu stion. by TaDe.decl.rn
government
may for lue year, says jt the This and side *Vl 'aw'v i4'i.. 1. -. 1.e. tale wiUl him
The Meeting To-Jay. ... this local povernmeut must b" r-u*. forty 1 notst weather \.accepted, a both *concurred that ? .
:
by the discretion ofC.ngrei., but with power cKpM-leuced since 1828 Congress could neither establish nor prohibit slavery, prncplesTe Ball int the Territory any article of property which
the no has now eoled of to some ES or 90. and is Rolling constitution of the United States recognize ss
those which Constitution I and did
exceeding Congress iueUby a they not intend to establish
The Democratic meeting called for today will isanthorized to exercise over citizens of lurpraLlf. are in great need of rain, a or pro Hon. )P. Gentry, on Ready, Hon. Barclay property;" that the constitution .recognizes slave
G4
COD ren a th. Repre* nUtir Hall of UM Capitol the United States in respect to their rights of per. for In our gardens ind crops hibit it, they u'ed the words quoted by the Sentinel, Martin, Stirling R Esq, and other a property and pledges Ute federal government to

iastcadof attheConrt House. We see DO reason son or rights of propery. and also for our young trees, which are lying rapidly to wit: 7fiat it it the true intent and meaning of distinguished old Line Whfgs in Tennessee have left protect it," and that .C"ge.cannot exerci anv
even those that have lived for two of that
why the as.euiblaige should cot be a Urge one, Now mark! The Democratic platform, the principles fen thit act ,o to legislate tlarery into any TxEarroRT o the opposition ranks and are now supporting Breck more authority over exercise descriptionthan
it
The Newnansville, ( ) of the 13th may constitutionally over property
4 and in order_ that such may be th. c.e. let of which according t the venerable expounder Fl. D'pcl State, to to exclude i t/rtro but to leave the inridge and Lane. Hurrah I of any other kind." The Court further declares
inst, :
every Democrat who can be there make it a point of Constitutional law over the way, lead to says people thereof perfectly free form and regulate defections have alarmed th, adherents o* thatthe powers which Cngres in its di reL"1
; The do not to be and Tea
t go Candidate for the Legislature are t b. selected disunion, is a epitome of this very decision, neither bear of crops but few failure seem in this Immediate suffering we their i, tit'tio in their own may tubjeet OXLT to Bell and Everett The Baltimore Patriot, one of may" confer upon a those which government mUlt'

and other important business transacted.In .- more nor less! There i not a principle assertedIn most of our planters having made g
the nominations t b made, the motto of each it which does not find in that decision a direct crops. legislation wa.llad by tbe territories must be subject lands groans after this fashion : This decision, which thus eecs.doLriae

the should harmony And Aa for the Cotton crops, it i impossible to My only to the Constitution" determined by the of in the Terri
participant in meeting beUnion. sanction, not one yet our neighbors are unable I squatter sovereignty over slavery
how they will turn out. As yet, the. are dointwelt tribunals and not as determined by Congress Fro tl BAtiI." Paro.Tn tori. establishes th( doctrine of slavery -
b everything for the cause, nothing for weDI to diaoTr" anything but disunion in the principles While not suffering for rain believe all judicial RECEITT recent defections therein the federal and local authorities protection

I this spirit shall prerail, the proceeding to-day thus announced by the Court and Incorporated of tbe planters would not object to have abundant for Congress could not agree. The Curt in the South DEQs.-Te CUI and Everett betoken while the Territorial by condition remains,was st once

*'ill result auspiciously.ff into the Democratic platform! Unfortunate showers at least for a season, I many of tbe wells and not Congress were to decide the disputed an unwelcome state things, and the shameless accepted the supreme law of the land

4. __ .. Court I-unfortunate Democracy t Here Is the Democratic are drying up, and. it i difficult t water the stock point of territorial power, precisely,.Mr. Bell dickering of tome of their supporter in the promptly party.I But Mr. Dougla, in Ln

We bare received A oration delirered at platform on this subject reported by a majority on some places.CAPT. says was the Intention in the of Utah and ror i,are equ11ioaulpicioal And now we have Illinois campaign of 1868 threw it off It was a

the 4th inst by Dr. C. J. Jenkins which Mexico, with the Mexican and rimers of from their ranks load too heavy to carry against the anti slaverysentiment
Resolutions
f Jasper of the Committee on at Charleston regard t Spanish
O The Sentinel In this tbe
ROBERTSON.- omitted. 1 state to cause of Breckinridge and Lane, of that people. lie pleaded that the
.4 wt are requested to publ'uh. Want of space compels and adopted by the National Democratic Convention notice the correction of the position of thii gentleman law prohibiting slavery there There was DO Sqoat. that will excite no little wonder,if they prove tue Dred Scott decision did not, and could not, touch

us t decline the request. a Baltimore: in the Gubernatorial contest in tar Sovereignty in this which committed any oouthern We begin now to suspect that for every ten the supremacy of the popular wi in the Tent
now golag
on friend of the bill whom Douglas detach in the South from ries that the
That the platform adopted by the Dem t the doctrine maintained by ocrt may Jnreigt.or people wa.il
Tbe State Debt. Rol. be Florida. Tote fair, neighbor. Yon told your readers Breckinridge, CoL Bell will lose as many of his old fact beyond the Supreme Court *
at Cincinnati with the Mr. Douglas, for that the
Ger. Ferry, during his late absence, made arrangements following ortio party afred..: that CapL R"a dyed in the wool Democrat," very point referredto friends, who "i rally t Breck and Lane. The followed up these rlew in magazine articles and
the
for the payment of the Indian War explanatory government of Territory, organ would not support the Democratic nominee sow jndicia1rbunals I the Territorial Lg. defection of 1 many prominentmen already,from the speeches until he bad raised the sovereignty of.
.r.t. Ta'te latures had the power they tonlJ exercise Bell and Everett cause, will, we fear, not be with Territory to the sovereignty of a State, and boldly
and
.debt of the State, due in Charleston and i provisional temporary inform them, since you hare been corrected, that i'tb
falling ac Cngel '
the that
and all citizens of the y had not the power ar.a to exerciseit out Its leriou. effect, for reason these are pronounced these view a* his ultimatum 't this
tiavanoah in August and September, amounting t United States have equal right to settle with you were mifofore By the way the connection would attempted r representative men. And the policy recommended Charleston Convention.

-I II ) some ':410. This debt Is justly due by tbe their property in the a Territory,without their rights, of Capt R'.name with a legislative nomiou- th Cur. restrain them This is thewhole by Governor Hunt and Mr. Droks of New York From that moment we predicted the downfall of

without his of it The Court hare since decided the to unite with two life-long to absord the Mr. Douglas at Charleston on the experimental
unpaired been tat
out of the employment either of or property,being destroyed or tion altogether knowledge or .
,' .eerl G.rment I g.w the frontier from by person congressional or legislation. consent di.pnt point in favor of the Southern view. -Mr. Bell and Everett ticket, is not calculated t encourage on his part of the role of Van Bnrsn of 1848. "

of Volunteer protecting Second, That it is the trta Federal Goeroment ,- Douglas repudiates decision, and that is the the honest Southern supporters of Ct Bell, our democratic readers will pr.in t. difficulty,
i the incursions of the Seminole dosing the administration in all its when b who are going in for him the field.wo the cause of the explosion In camp and
( of GOT. Broome Before their discharge ,, the deprent t prtt in theTeriitones Now we assert! that he (Mr. Breckinridge) ha. reason why he bi. been repudiated in turn by the agin.t the wide distinction between the Breckinridge and
it. ad !
: ,they regularly mustered into the servica of necessary and wherever ejse] its constitutional authority been committed t Squatter, Sovereignty lie and DOW true Democracy. M. Breckinridge accepts the t weeks ago the Stir could perceive the Douglas nlatforn'i. The former rests upon the
wee agenda committed O rviu wpon, fillotcn decisiin and stand Drtd Scott decision of the UDouglas >
pltor
ord of the of War extends. on a platform embodying Itspnickiles in the principles which the Democracy Supreme Clr.
nothing
the Government, by .r Secretary declaration to the contrary upon stick the
.
a
Third That when the settlers in a baring an platform t .ol te
.and their payment was thus assumed by the Federal an population, form a Tertr tu. fo.tta.in. ThIl we will prove beyond Mr. Drecki.rdge said io 1859, before come before the country which did not lead t l\uegny. notwlt.tnding.ta it h. I 1.o I

.authorities But no money baring been appropriated tion, adequate right soveigoty commences, and being contdicton. Farhfr..e, let that Mr. BE it the Legislature of Kentucky at Frankfort: disunion. Now, however, since It is found that an void !

by Congress, and the volunteers and their consummated by admission into the Union, they kfo t country eontitttntly Gentlemen, I accept the decision of the Supreme overwhelming of tbe opposition in this swirl Compromise line Itself.
stand footing with the of other demanding protection tlarery i* the 7erritoriet. Court of the United States on every qnestion majoritY And !it is that the Dough party wsr cry of
i fie actually suffering on account of their bard- Stoles on and a eua thus organized people ought to be This we will prove and defy contradiction. To d within its jurisdiction, whether it corresponds State subscribe doctrnes of the Democratic MditunIonU"I! against the Breckinridge party will

earned being withheld, the State the ; Stt we give the following show tbe difference with I platform, the editor i trying to convince them that ad the the
pay ad\uce admitted into Union, whether its Constitution 1 t b my private opinion or not accept it the i amount t nothing _long a* platform 0if

money by a temporary lon in Charleston and S.Tlnnah prohibits or recognizes the institution of tween the compromise melure. of 1850. for more cordially when, as in .ofDred Sott Bell endorse the same principles! I this be so, latter rests upon a supreme law of the land, while
Southern Whig are responsible, onvhich Mr. Ecu it aeeordt With own conviction I sovereignty, as tried in Kansas,has shown
i. be hoped at the next session slavery. my approve why is it that he decline respond to the application squatter
I i t tat tlandt and the KanllNebrak Bill, for which the opinion of the Supreme Court in that case, in all t itself to be full of the combustibles of civil wsr.
Congress will relieve the Ste Whoever before thought that to now principle are responsible, Mr BRECKIIT sound made to him by Whig in Alabama, who
_. Democracy O thiA itt parts, as a exposition of the Constitutionand The principles enunciated ia the two platform
enunciated by the highest judicial tribunal knownto RIDGE ttandt.-Sentinel, July 24.Now the law,and of the relations of the race hare enclosed to him resolutions embodying the
-
(<31.nlear Tonson Come Again." the Constitution .a disunion movement T the Utah and New Mexican bills, for which to the white racevnder our political blck.tem Indeed doctrine the Sentinel says he i committedto being so wide apart, the views of the two candidate

Our neighbors of the Btntinel are apt scholar so solicitons was I that the principles' and very standing- on these respeetira platform *
while the Sentinel is thus
But overwhelming the the Sentinel claims much credit, were written ? I now over two month since this appliestion
1 of that should be I 1 avowed to their nominations, will beippropriate .
are learning the tune frequently played by reasoning opinion understood and previous
They
: and their candidate, would it not and made and the last accounts Mr-
Democracy by Stephen Douglas reported by him to the up t
tkcir with great They will b A .sustained in KeTitncty that I printed and circulated and interesting. We have the document
predecessor
rapidity well for our cotwuporary to see where they themselves Senate at the chairman of the Committee on Terri a large edition through the State, and perhaps Bell was non cit. -He is as dumb A an
tare U that the DfmocTOtle of Florida ia a at hand from which to present these view At
party are drifting? We find them "hurrahing forHopkins" 1 When they were on their passage through there is scarcely a member of the General Assembly The Bell won't ring. Try sonic other
All candidates, for President treat who has received oyster. ia lund*, in a discussion between Lincoln -
i.uniof party. our because the Lake //rroW his not a copy under my frank? Freeport
City runs up the Senate, John Bn. 1 far from favoring them, dodge, neigbbr.
Governor and Congress, are Ji.uwoni.l Even name for Governor; and yet the Herald io the same especially the bill organizing a territorial TAu follow a masterly argument In which he and Douglas,the former propounded a question
govern
our glorious' platform lead to solemn catas explode the Douglas doctrine in all its 24th to the Utter, which covered the ground travelled
tbat article declare that Hopkins subscribes t every ment lu New Mexico, oppoted it For proof of this, parts,a quotation Cnu.u: July 1860.
trophe. .We charge them, they, "that from which will found in over by the Supreme Court and invoked ia the
upon another
say column Editor Tour UnanImous
plank ia this disunion,demor.U.pltor I More tee his speech delivered oo the 5th July, 1850,page b MCIa : laterepndent. -
Vl
.they are a disunion party and are unable t diaCOTCT over the Sentinel itself m.k.a long quotation from 1098 App. t Cong Globe, wherein be avow his nndet the head "Cause of the Division-View. of Democratic Vote Ceotnie. con cause which resulted in the split of the party.

any principle on which they" come before the a speech delivered in Macon by Mr. B. H. Hill, in support of the policy of Gen. Taylor, Mr. Men Douglas and Breckinridge" According to fred the impression that may hare been made quote:

country that does nq} lead t it. .hicl the effort is made t prove, fnt-that"r and others, bring Mew Mexico into the Union Sw.r that decision, no matter what Cngf might have by your former correspondent, .that Centreville EXTRACTS noM ISOtGLA5' ruxrotT 5FUr-
t
-rn"eb.rge" truly'! But (fortunately UMpeople Bell I* a* sound a* theplatformon which Mr.Brk:- a State. This policy Mr. Calhoun declared be. intended,there never was a pariee Squatter Sovereignty District no ciiizen within her lmt whose Lincoln Question.-Can the people of a Uoitrd the

/ of the State are perfectly familiar with nominated" and, .that he i i.I i. t in the Kansas bill, for Congress not wish to to the the States Terotory in any lawful wsy. aguBst
ide i* Secondly "best a modification of the Wilmot Proviso ps. name they present meeting C wishes pf any citizen of the United btates, czelrt*
I
them. There has scarcely been an elect ion since' than his platform." Thus, both their candidatea proposes t effect the same object-to exclude the sing the power itself t prohibit slavery, cul COI- 28th a* a candidate for the Lgllature" Now, slavery from their limit prior to the formation cf*

Florida became a sovereign State in which the same for rruil.nt and Governor are cmmitt South from all Territory acquired by the Mexican fer no inch power on a Territorial Legislature, and in, I heartily agree with him that t State Constitution t .

allegation were not preferred, accompanied with according t which the &* So much Mr. the this is what the Court. .-(See the "head no... be a mistake-but think lie quite misses tbe markin Dovvlat' Antuxr.-The next question propoundedto
to the principle embodied in the Democratic platform treaty for Bell NoW t Lincoln the f a Tern-
tie form and In fact me by Mr. w, can people
tame ,our neighbor decision
ermonit that in another There belt CoL William in tbe
I -and yet this same paper distinctly proclaims, proof om eotemporary offers i support of the deolaratiops t clumn.) g. recommending place of tory in any lawful way against the wishes of any

I would save themselves much needle labor by .Wo charge upon them (the Democrats) that theyare made above I I. supposed to this then, 04 Squatter Sovereignty ia the Kansas bill, Capt. Robertson, for neither i is he a citizen of Oen- citizen of the United State, exclude slavery froo
b
merely reproducing otdartidet t the same purpoitfi a disunion party,and are unable t discover any paragraph, which the &, found floating i .it follows of course that there was none in the Cincinnati treville District We think_he is also in error in their limits prior to formatloa ala State Cewwtntion -
: om the file of the We suggest the idea principle on which come before the countrytbat tio t I ,a*Mr. Lineola U*
Sirll the about somewhere and at as a drowningman platform,but t make assurance doubly sure, speaking for every rot r in the District, for there answer emphatically
does lead FM la caught stnoiplo
not &zgalell.Longlive h
I: t them-will they profit by it? They .i find Hnmbuggery I t i catches at a straw: the Convention which nominated Mr. Breckinridge, are a goodly number,and we think a majrty. who beard Illinois me,answer that In a my hundred opinion time lice from people every of a Territory

p of the same tort of electioneering twad- -in and terms that do with him In lila choice fr
abundD The aeta of 1850 provided that the express uneuiol repudiated not agree eadidat can, by lawful mesas, exclude slavery
d. running through the canvaaaof 1850'Wand ty The editors of the Floridian c JONt after Utah and New Mexico should be admit Teritri< heresy and laid down the true doctrine as expounded to represent us in the next Legislature-and those their limits prior to the- formation of a State Con

66. Especially was inch the ease in '54, when one several days .drmming around procured with o without slavery, "a der e..tit.to.I by the Supreme Cur This is e plain that too, who hare Deer forfeited their right a place stitution. [(EnthMifttU-applanse. Mr.. Lincoln
issue w"a some eighty call for a Breckloridge and t knew that 1 had answered that question over*"
of tbe Sentinel loaded to might prescribe;
etrtijlfalei
wit and Lane ratification meeting, which they publish Cr hia'te one bat the bitterest and mOt blindly blind in the Democratic ranks, and who the ff wk' blU
the
He heard
to annul or veto any Lryldb-f pr pal over again. me argue
prove e that the then Democratic ranidt forGovrner in their but issue.-Rtniinel. tare They also provided ae fo Teritra qnwjfocs ;ttaans will hare the hardihood t deny it,and qualifications heretofurejeqnired of being on that principle all over the State I ia ISM,io !;*'.

Judge Broome. was a"fre.ett" of the Our neighbors should know whereof they relating to slavery in those Ternitoriea-mskiigi the -'the Sentineft unblushing charge against the Demo free, white and tteenty oils And .we Intend t and In 1856, and he las no dense forpreUwWg:*I

purest grit| What did it all amount to T Simply apeak" before they make statements. The I drum Federal CcilrU, and not the Territorial atbi. cratie candidate and the platform* on which be congest the authority of .Unanimous DemocraticVote be in doubt aa to my position on the qiesUo

nothing. The people paid just .much attention they refer to, all put consumed the arbiters. There was D semblance aquatterovenixnty stands I the merest piece of balderdash that can b of Centreville," we take the liberty of matters Dot what way the Supreme Conn vbstb I11
ttler.
ming there, and no left down for presenting hereafter decide to the abstract question,
4 the cry then a* they will now It ..a Union been rap .gr conceived. far a* the platform is concerned, it in lieu of Robertson ,
t and
abut two.bun 11 much H teze any sioaa would render S Gapt Ct.J.. J. slavery may or roaf not go Into a TerritorY'the

,. ) bur raised for effect just a* Uu ugh men cannot special pains taken t canvas* the town the lift I te t prti..r .J Cngeon necessary.!. Bat-the i. directly in the teeth of the testimony of Mr.Hat WU.I. the name of D. A 5 Cole, who dOa constitution; the people hare the lawful W *

b) -in famr of the Union-and at the would have exhibited twice the number of aigna.tures. bi not limit the action of the from whose Macon speech our eotemporary e lib: reside ia Centieville are to introduce it or exclude it a* they please. ft J"

l, MOM time ardent In their advocacy of the rights of is "' respect to the exclusion or toleration reason that larry cannot exist a day or U
There not a Democrat In who Terr.oruin erally last week Mr. Hill pronounce the Respectfully, yours, ., al '
t cty quote l<* P
their State constitution." unless it 1
On the anywhere,
) the South 1 When will the opposition learn wis. i would have refused the call and .t.er "sound" and then to recommendMr. '
sign '
; t no one, ** platform attempts rit.r'r.J polk r-
i contrary, affirmed That it it the tnt i.t"1 and _DSFRA5CJ8i. regnlations. [Right,
'1' dOD? Heaven bl.their benighted souls I-the the Sentinel knows it Moreover, b there ben meaning /this met net 11 legisLate slavery tut* any Bell t the people of the South by drying tn -- tion. can only established
; I Black Republicans look with a mswh horror upon time and pain iu procuring subscriber, fire hundred TERKiroRr o State, nor to exclude it tierefrom, show that be is a ntnd as this (according t theSestiuset 1ID0t and if the people ara opposed t* shivery, thJ '

$ a war Southern Right man a* they do. In fact the voters of Leon, instead of eighty, would (at tt leave the jeeple theretf perfectly fret t.f.n ) Squatter Sovereign plat"r I I S also The St. Pan Jfinnetotian- says that when all of eleil representative tothat body who will.tin
-. 0 cad their tn their the Democratic in fr'endly legi Jatioti; effeetnallj prevent
it S I. a of BUek Republican thunder. Head one u-sgafizle own May.nbject papers Minnesota hays taken
part hare concurred in the call Breckinridge o Lane ONLY t, the Conititittie-n tf the United in the teeth of fie testimony bone by Major WARD daetion of it into their roidrt. If on the COCty

e-t tlttir Chicago revolutions: .1 carry tbe County o trhflntlg11: and-the Sti" Nerthe- did bylh. of i.f the Qui ey Convention. That gelteD tD their ritn. they will stand eleven for B, in. they arc for it. theft-lgiWatuwill- favor its S'

Tint If tut 1: "f the Slates bit nation CncM provi.ia it be I rid;- 14 apd four for Douglas and Johnson e'a flca.ve matter what the decision' V
.br,10 11"r I i ,Stntintl Inc* that too. th bill, retain any pow the act I done the platf n tn l,t*. declaring lt cla S no




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1 ***f :;.f vt the popl] t*> make a ..lav or free Mao GENERA:. S R. Prt r. -Tii. NewnansvilleDifpaitk b.sr. DIM & onr. nredUnrldc and Lane MOORE'S "DOUBLE LOCK STITCH I J. E. ,

,, I r.:I J"-f"(t *n.' w p'1' ** cs'I"r the Xe- of the 14th i .*'. ssj' *: On Thurf 1t1iinst. I Dear CAnnF Unfurl the banner to the air, Machine.NOW (Stccrr.aon.c TO EJIAktA1D' J x.,) I
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'*** h''wI"\ )1.r.? Lincoln deems ny answer j lIY. 5tVIIntin5 LID a quiet but And raise the tieafclng shout Fay I fiul Dealers
: th'sgeutlen'aajMvo a dinr r atbia residence of cru1o I Wholesale V toDUVGSA.NDMEDICINES \
** tD liwi poiut. erv r .the wcu reade on the We bearded Douglas Ida lair '

". It.r'ry, cXl'*'" Mr. Doucla declares that the in this count, m ,I-M; trinitroui fien.1. We regret oard during t I t Jut two worthmhiKSffawWug rttcd -' .S. : AIM put him to the route JWell ) ( r

< ir..a! !( itc'Ij''An !&r"a desr: ion of the : that indi.pc!,":. ;pI"L' entcd out. beii i g present; I ..tatiorrifl,3 F}If, I ,...?,. \I. gu; to t"i k I.:>,, M: I 1 J>t heal Constitution the Union reign.where *he. bleed;- .
but 'torn Gen. vi'l 1
: ., ':ft. :..d that t\eT ran do ro by la wful known hotpitnlltv and my way rlearN. sisil] f,d tI.at| it 1. |high| UlJt. "fawe Ad,follow. truth where'er. it If'.ds.

S rf" :: .iviJ ia-u'J' I"' .> that Mr. hr.*kin popularity we JotU iMitilat! the !juar.y nbo wore I tht.i..V! all b.. Y"g. letters "f accej.Uu.c. : Breckinridge.a
.G(-h doctrine Uut 1-t him present enjoyed hemsdvi Bju.Tihes were made have n,ud. knows to the itti .
S I" tc ro us |** >ii* of each t f the : out the cannon-let them butt! I
S "y M.-A. G. W Calf W W. McOnll and other I '
1
m. i Cn.idte at least u fir as they designed that weshould S JTrom every liilf'ind glen.

S ., .,. "I.. 'ltr.'T' 'rrS -. on Rllnl" "".U.. I Ig"Ws understand them. Whatever has been left .ilq j let them Ihurdcr forth the praise!

5 1.I..rl.M.- : are provokid to ".rtlh. ,&Jfi-el like a v en- .-inligium in tbov l.tter was ro doubt -S 9f pripuple' *- not men.

j: ..r.:.Je h.J Lieu .J>,...'.ng < f tli. )rd ing ouraclvcaif we knew where to begin. We I ; hut the time lies' arrived when the If'f country 1 purposely :1' S 'Xcn: join lie throng-the nation' throng
y have bet two subscribers within the last I : : io w fight in vain
week '
,
jnJ continued es follow*: demand : hAVE ta d"at; the oU stand.sign of the Mor:
S owing to the irregularity' of the mai's plain dealing We.can, DO )longer : swell the chorus theaorgor 0
the' and it been or wretched I gne* atmeu' n4Q I ;
;. n*' 'I""''; c- having in 1L tar. corner of Monroe tre U
i' : Clwtl .
S cllrf'l'uL'u bf Post Master Our Subscriber At hy what partisan "I'of 4 'For Breclinridge and a
't.ivd! detem'ined l-y the very tribunal tn priucille may them 1 Ln' I large and complete .tk (
: r Tall ha'*ee complaining find threaten to I since J pre
referred. that Congress bad ttop dressed in
,, ,1t .a no power .e St tip different garb, 1" J. 'Chrini nNt
'fV fn m the andS our paper unjess they can get it more regular I suit different Drugs m.d1Cbzc.
; ':* popwty Territory localities. In ,
iris":!*" i*'',:'"".," tWthe Territorial LegielaBthnri'irn We don't know who is Post Master at the capital', I the your last you give ot, .S P t r i 1 tlotiffs. D., -Sv' Paintr, Oils, Spirit*. T.
of
but think some of his friends, if IK better Idtf'r accf ptajsce Messrs, and '
created by C..ngTt'fIS-h.d not ( any has) Bretknridg. VarnltTicSfJSrvthes. (.C:1'
I pentine
( (
'* ,,. r [t., *.It..lur confiscate elate property talk to him, end instruct him to attend to his I Ibusineee. Lane. ) myself can truly say that they are the XVEST 6CMMEB the demand'for Hosteller's! Clf'br\ fiene, Burning Fluid, WindowGlass
I *h* not 'ticip.Ated that the doc- At Mellonuile it is the same.-Eastern I only letters of tlie, kind I read SUxnmch Bitters Inerewea. It Ifound to be the p
impair '
I **th* Herald 2Itt inst. I ever tl'lt were sti. prO'.Uo of bodily strength,daring a period when the IS THE TIME I ITO Putty, $*., Aft .
would \.e .
: unfriendly legislation net factory. Induce of lassitude and
"pt atmosphere a feeling
el We1ow now where to find those 1.Icol.t 1
t I "t .y Lo VOU that I d" lot believeS We assure frien Bt te f' .f'IIC of JnW lId'y legislation that I do it fully made-plain, broad and diitinct way bor Hi potent Influence Innumerable persons, .MACH TOILET AXD TAIVCVAUTICLTLS;
; not cx'ut ,
"t at the Post Office in Tallahassee, but I The who are DOW and well, mol thank the discoverer of invented, for family use
majority platform admits
Vlve; is the aatliorrtj of Territorial Legiela- somewhere esc on the rout*. The H.r ldand all nL of misconUrue- thti preparation that they bare not been swept away In theharvest PRICE $40 CASH > ooxaurixG '
:, ,1.' indirection what they cannot do dl- tion The candidstes place and cC death. The BItters I Ii recommended by the best I Tooth Nail and other Brushes '
S-1 I upon the detiaion of the Supreme other Eastern palr(and letters too) are'deliurf'Jfrom I it and themtln.airl physicians In the land. ThIs I. :the best evtdence of its real Liberal deduction to wholesale purchasers. Superior lai ,
nj'i squarely upon come the valoebecause, U 5 general thing. they will not speak aword I leoryand India Drr-
' "rt', !!Iu' fi.rd State, ai to the point that this Office whtiuver thhappen he I country In favor o( advertIsed have been ; Ruhr
1..t t exponents of the national I prtpraUonL They Read the following and then call at my office in
great and Fine Combs
-.. ti.r: C--.r.5'
; : M .iiwrret or coufi cate the property of A RAIL no" MEcmc it. They may be regarded I the only safe claUy, Sold by a banl!._ tU AUf Soaps ; Pomatums ;
-
held -----
I was at Like Citvon -- ----- -- yourselves
I ,S .. ', :, .:-n e* included pending the Ten itorul expounders of the constitution, inasmuch as they F. L. T. BLAKE Perfumery Afc., JfC. S
Thurr'lsy. mh inMatt pruen-t Blood Food! Blood Food! !
delegntes 4. '
,.. ? Xpp'ao.e.! ) being 1 .
frr
which will
contemplate that instrument at designed to give Sole owner of the Patent>T the All of they & ra.oMblp price

I 1.11( j :. ': -..<..aitx etcape. ,frnm. thai decuion if yoni from Hamilton county. IL G. 'OISUD. of Columbia jn'tice and to all sod a union, base Dr.We Dronson'a bare varied Blood feelings Food,ia In reading column the advertisement; but we think of July 14. 1860. :! fctle of ForidaTALLJASU. keeping constantly.supplied with all artile in their

*". i -' I tin que ti 'n 'a a judicial one, if "(1Uf" I presided, and l). vii> J.SUC7FID. of equality on gratiflcaUoo predominates; anote,though we regret t see 1 line, and by strict attention t b1I e5 will endeavor -
_..: it,. decision <.( the Supreme Court and ifS ton, n.mi (lho e two principle *I think can. now see rising celebrated a man elnj fowa eYfl In appearance, under June 12, merit the patronage heretofore b"vred .
1 ....r.: )by the decision of the highest court of acting I Secretary. A committee consisting of I o of the ruins of the old tie same flag I* by resorting to advertising 'LIID4. & their t
) Joseph {J'ic and A. J. Smiley of Columbia, W. OJeffreys I It parties a great national -yet we uk satisfaction also In know log that there ; I hereby state that I purchased from E. L T. upon predecessor.
,fo tiurirv I party with Brcekinridge and Lane at the now a reliable preparation before the people fyr that mod Blake, Esq., one of Moore's Sewiu; Machines. Physicians Prescriptions-
1h1'rrnP\ Court teem to have cognized it and R. B. Gerry, of Hamilton, were bed.that. melaacholy I and fatal disease-Conanwptlon, and other organic .
., > .: .:.V'I the court of the Union/in their to p I understand the true condition of tbe nation eompUtnU. Judging from the encomiums bestowed upon it by Particular attention paid to Pre.criptiune-est e '
pointed report l.u.ioel fir the meeting. We and the Dr.Bronson is a lecturer in our Medical College, and hismacems those membr of my fintily who tnlertad the
:d, re. t ) execute thii constitutional right, point upon which political conteeUf fully from Pure Medicines all hours-
!t I the
SSrSS.Sl In been wonderful be
the following extract from their which hl speciality 1 t.& use ot things, I would that said Ma. empune S
: .I : ,'.II..t' l\v the Supreme Court in the fulnrui mal rf'prt 1860 must be ,settled ; lhi still to enjoy consented, yara"e with the prejudices of every tegularprsctttloDcr. suppose day
i well be for of
I ? .: I.s..*. In pcakin of the acqu'iMtion was unanimously ly adoptedWherens : and the country}i to mk known, .be Is doing,for the benefltof chine CIDo.l surpassed simplicity ar Mar*4. 18 0. 13
I government and stabili saflerlag I 'humanity.Ii. and beauty of
permanency rangement
.tteh.
-;'kr5V.i tlioj' pronounce it a political question his hem organized for the lele .
coinnany has secured for
I With however a firm wbo respecUblLly A. CORLEY
'. .i( ,:T,:. lot .I t'rllline whatTerritoricathey) may ('IMttOI of a Rail Road from Lake City to New I Ihf views, notwithstanding old party separates aJnl prpaa1iol lr al tinge of NEW AND RELIABI

i .n.' how uia n). Now mark the wor.Uvf Ik'ton on Suwatinee Riverthereby affiliations which have now passed away for we qosokirT. Meaars. Cnireh A DuPot are bl sole managers, AETIOLES.:
K affording H they are aim for that most Invaluable of preparatIons Dr. Fro Mri. Mary L Sail Tattahauee.
I an outlet to the Gulf hy Road and are told all parties have now become new I will be Xatoo: Infantile CordiaL If mothers could I know the
: lai ICamen; a greatraze '
'I.r.'j I ;; ""'t a quotation from the decision.] and another onpanJorganiz l t a road I found in the line of this I not what taken In putting up this article some Idea of which they I hav4 been using for some time onejof the Moore SILVER SOAP Pume Stone Soap. Champion
care it
S .,' :.,.. in r. said to tlj c property. as in regardS from Lake city via Newnansville,conltrc a point I pary. can form by comparison ol it with any other article ol the Machines,.and am satisfied that it is one of the beat. Cleaner Japanese Boot and Sho ,
S .'..r 1 I""1 p"Tty lecopiized; aid guarded hy.It..Ii'n. necting with the and Cedar road con and I may be called, whether the oil Democratic partyor kmdVlkeywould prefer U to anything that .ever been labor'saving machines in use, and take pleasure in French Imperial Liquid Blneing-IM. liquid imparts
I I Tamp Key ; offend them. For our own part,if we had a child sufferingwe
.S i( ., -. % it i* the dnt3', according to the whereas, it seems the general interest that I tbe new, whether the national Democracy, or ifcald not hesitate to admlnl.tr tl.preparation, know. recommending it 1 such. to all kinds of Linens and Muslin the bias tint eo

s -rre C '::i*. of IIi! U)\e Courts of the country to the chain of communication from North South I Southern or Breckinridge Lane tug Ual such careful druggIsts notengag In anything much desired by Laundresses

..v't r' i ci ard it liy their decision whenever the I through th'.s porlion of Florida should be t complet I ty. With Democracy it I will Indeed, I can't d how par- that advertisement.VM not perfectly safe For and sale effectual.by Ames-(ftu&te tf4 SUa8.JcrrxasoM Cocsir. FLA, ) -ALSO-

.:i t'o11 I liooirht te'fore them. To which I only' I ed, thereby affordipg facilities to a large ( I Ithe cool act see "L'y April 6th. 1860. J f Cud Liver Oil, Ru.hton's & Hegeman's Celebratt.

t'jn;. ti ii :ju.licial' 1 -ciion I i in our faror must be ]! citizens of our State, not afforded by the roads I any observing southern man can do other This s to certify that I have one of Moose's Patent Irnod: Queru's Liver Oil Jelly, t"vo .

M,,ia;r ,'_tiiojudicial .]eciions must be mum already cnstrutt.e.therefore be it wise This state of agitation cannot lat alwsrs, ; Family Sewing ,which has been in use eight The Jellifying Cd Cod Liver Ol tDabe

I.,net !.\|'p':, use.) R.ortd Tat th.meeting cordially recom I and no other party seems disposed to bring it t a ,!t1 bbtrfstmtnts.t It will sew from the finest to the coarsest the most delicate temaeb t reeiv

i It prctnt rtml'.lif'S are adequate to sustain there zealously aid with their means and I Iicuence. close but the Black Republican who will 5 =t cloth. It has done all the sewing for the family and retain this great remedy.

Vision I mould hare nothing more done. I, with the connection of a Rail Road rrom Lake I rrt.y. Great and made all the negro clothes-wil! sew wit
mrv,*ur Vu'' ;lV: teeTh in the countrTi believe they City t White Springs and Jasper in Hamilton soon settle it with a vengeance i if permitted t do Bargain. kind of thread. I can recommend the Ma t any any A FRESH SUPPLY OF

I arc ilnji-aU'" 1 1' II e? cannot loe enforced for want County, thence t the Savannah Albany and Gulf I so. I we attempt to act with the old Whig or THE undersigned bain determined to go West person tat wants one, as being A good a any ia BENZINE,Damon's Catarrh
1 to euforce Railroad. his a bargain. It lies theShelilPoint DENSLOW' Scu
nftlie j prqr| 1.:1"1010 them. sufficient! I American parties, we are told by the old leaders on use. ALFRED RAYSOR. Drop Pectoral
U icUiK-ii iiui-t he passed, cr our Government ia a Toe Araicas-Aecwr.y.-The I that the Bell and Rad,12 miles from Tallahassee, containing
: ship South Shore E\'eett party is some bran new one of the best. remedies for Coughs.
S 1,760 acres of which is cleared and under Lnrwort Ter
;
S a.11Ire.I'r.II'ce.lecilcbicii.\ I 1..1. tU escape fro! that conclusion.TJIH one convey of the the5tls rescued Africans.llarere.t at by this Government place to Liberia to- I thing, and if so, the principles must be bran new good nce ; the balance is wel timbered Pine LDd.mind'wit CHANGEOFoSCHEDULE.Tallahassee Cola,Glue.Stewart's.;. Roma Balaam, Spaling'* Prepared -

too so that so far as concerned oak and will sell the
/ rlt, '*" Mt lidatet are w ide apart on the arrived here on the afternoon of the 12th inst.. I ItEirtyila7e they are I must
from New York. I write myself QFF. ( any part, to suit a purchaser, including the im.prnttDI. & Fen. & Geo.
1"'Irlr. IVjuglas claiming for Terriia t
Ten a
.1.L M eterJA12810fhc which consist in a
,
Williams ef Cades
I 11 I, : the mc't nnLcard! of and eargo-cenaisting Afrlclnwere : RAIL-ROADS.) Pre
: '' 'I-are: power GOOD FRAMED WELLING DROPS and Fig ,
From ,
lent on bfr. during which one of the of [ the New Tork Day Bok.] GUM
l MEr! thrn.l; reposing on the decision of the the : was .psize alongside LaL ship A Democratic Campaign Song a large Cistern with house over it, Negro QUllrer. Hone Rdsh Tomato c.tuprarD
Lich! in the determination and several of the all Brack era, Preston Meri's Yeast Powde. -
ml Gin House
tc t:ibt to ISM. negroes drowned Had it not Air, "Aiild oeeessarv buildings.. ,Sugar
A':;'. J..:'.ral!. .,:"oliidbetn submitted. Cora- bee for the assistance rendf'ltl the officers Lang SYI. Furnace and Iron Mill, Corn Crib, Stables, ic. The Sued Shred Isinglass Jeles Blanc Mangs&e.
and of the U. S. Come rally round the Nation's and S \tf and after Monday, July neo, Passenger -- ---
crew kteamer Water"ith. in nil flag, plo i* healthy, pleasant wel.watere and pro- 23
lCert i.netlitl -" __._ .________ I probability the greater portion been And catch the Nation's sung .. It will make from t of corn \J Trains will run as follows Patent- Air Tigut Glass Jar

l I Today the balance of the cargo were Ring forth our party battle cry per acre, and from 800 to 1,000 pounds of cotton. Leave Madison . .. h. 8.00 A. M FOR PUTTING UP P'EERVE .
r Kentucky. .I received on board, and the vessel will sail aj soon In chorus loud and long. For farther particulars apply to the undersigned Arrive at Tallahassee. ... 10.00 .

, R-o..1": { the Hot. Ilnmj'hrey Marshall other dis- a possible for Monrovia touching a other port. of .For Breckinridge and Lane, my boys'" on the place. Post office,Hodgson's Diaier.Leon Leave Monticello .. ...... 7.00 A. M. Articles for the

I "iri'l t "'id! li"e U'hiys in Kentucky have detiifj the Republic. To jug. from emaciated appearance O'er valley hill, and plain cousty, Florida WI TAYLR AmY at Tallahassee..10.01). t A. M Tolet.BANDLINE .

4, fjr -Linndte; ; and Line. Among the of the negroes we should say about 70 or The,. cry now echoes through the land. S JuljZS, I seo. Leave Tallahassee..10.16 t. A. various kind, an .

.-:1Ifr) ,bOlt PITCI are mentioned are the Hon.Tjfr 100 may ultimately reach the cost. What chime For Breckinridge and Loner: Arrive at St Marks. .. .. ...11.40 A. M. Savage's Urmaor Real Extract Bar'aGrease

Hapton late Fillmore Elector for the State -what &en,,rmou. Government tin !-Key West We fight, 'tis true 1 mighty host Labor for the South. Leave SL Y"rk.. ...... 1.15 P. M and ; Re other and German Culne Lb's. WheelersOriental
Key tht 14th intt. deite
of G/l A host of hue Arrive at .. .. 8.40 P.
every ; wanted from Africa slaves Lotion for Porcelain anti
at :Irt. anti Hon. t>. S. Jackson late oppoMtionsrdiiiate A letter Key Went dated the 9th instant, But truth and right will nerve us on. AFRICANS for which a good price I will be or lip Leave Tallahassee .. ....... 3.00 P. M. Metal Puff Boxes; Toilet complexion Powder, Toilet avery .

for in the 2.1. Arrive atMonticello . .. . fi.80 P. M. SP'
District Thef And bear
( Congrf* .We have not had U. bravely through.
I says: any rain y't. I have on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico. For further and extensive variety.
a
Fir Tallahassee .. .. .. X.OO P. M. chi
Breckinri
tkfnfn rll to Uk the in bens :1geand Lane LaT
are ready boy.
'tC1 slump been all the my particulars apply to J. ROES.
morning trying to buy a cask of water '
In forum it at Madison .. ... P.
or field .
Arrn 10 M
!' o* Breckenridge. Mr. Marshall ha* already I but I have not succeeded in finding any. I really Have met and vanquished better foes- July i8, l&fiO. SI-I Cuthbert.. Connecting with Post Coaches at Monticello and Citrate of Magnesia.

TtJt HTersI a'i.e and telling ppeccher. don't know what we rhall do for water. I have To these they'll never \ield. NoticeIS with Stages at Madison for Lake City and ValJoita, rpnii popular and delightful A *rent is mans

< been drink and from Valdoeta Railroad to -L factored in small quantities at a 1 as to
to the by Lme
trying
More Them! spring water, but it disa- O'er Bnena \ soil that at the next session Safnoah .
of "ta'llI0. Lined hereby given of the Connecting at St Marks with from be always Seltzer AperieutSOda SeidhU
Fir il. \ M Miller the "Demosthenes of theM agrees \.ih me. Water cannot be got here a 6J O'e ( d"msil- General Assembly application will be made for and with the line of Mail Stage Steamers t between frcsh. ; Compound Syrup of .n th Io.

"UC.alfl" if he has Wen called and Hon. Mr cent rer bucket This is a delightful place tolive Fame Stand spreads, her rol-thte.high inscribed an alteration of or amendment to the Charter of thePeosaeoU Kewprt. Key West and Cuba, and intermediate ph.de or Chemical Food.
( t Georgia and the Tallahassee Rail RoadCompanies.
"dj (KIT. mritibfr of the Legi.latnre fiom Richmond in. Brave Breckinridije and Lane points on tbe Gulf, on their way to Key West on the
my boys 17th and 2nd 3rd of each month and New :Rock fbx- Stoolc.KEBOS .
,
"':-"-. hllTf' Tanged themselves tinder the Erect Te Key of tht Gl.of the 14 th say: Who led 'mid shot and shell July 2*, 1860. 11Notice. or t Sat
Orleans on tbe 15th and 29th.
.'lank \ much rain has And gallantly won LAMPS
-pr and Lace tanner. Both these gentlemen lc. net'lf victory The Trains will not on Sunday on
run
S except
come at nature i i. Coniuus Once more will us well.
: tf, heo prom'nect Opjxaitionisls in Georgia. al rejoiced. almost Steamer days. C.V.. SYFAN -tiled .'.* IA most approved Burnsn.

flag M .float** OT**proudly t CO Vtf 1114,11 on tlie br.'.-.. \"Tr-r;.l Assembly';; of the'State 'or riof- ESP The Qjincy 1fep bic Family sCI e j"Mj

S tit "tate.. So we go. Push on the column rf'plcci"hed! There i now a fair prospect "of a .The Constitution and the Lw- of a Railroad commencing at some Madison Messenger copy 11 ( \ Burning Tluid,

--- I Leutiful.uPp11 of egetables and clean linen. By these we live are die" point on the Gulf at or between Doer Haibor andApalacUcoIa OILS.

Br.rklnrld:e and Lane 7Io etnent. I The same paper say that I II. Booly charged Bnue Breckinridge and Lane my boys. to connect wih! the Peu. A Geo. R. R. Savannah, Albany & Gulf Railroad.' KKR-OSETYE & LARD

The Journal of Commrrec of the 18th inst. aay: I with the de.tli of Thoane, in 185S, has been found Will yield that banner, never or io ihe direction of Tallahassee. Leave. Savannah .. . .. 915 A. M :m

A err-a' ran cf tlie leading men of the Democratic I guilty ofmanelaughter. and sentenced t one yeir's Their stalwart arms w ill bear it up Jul/28,1860. Cl Arrive at Valdosta .... .. .. 64. P. ILi !lr i .
Till hand and heart thai! sever. -- Valdo A. M.Ariivn .
Leave ta.
.......
the lion at in with
r-y T t a large are sympathy I imprisonment. and to receive welv; laslie. .
.
I The rallying heard Dissolution. at Savannnh. .... .1266 P. M. Expected to Arrive Soon.
also of the Democratic afar -
si-! LW.n en' ; a majority HaLSBCvsorcn.. Democratic County Convention cry i
I New hills The Tram riving at Savannah at 1265 connects and well selected!
A
*.v 3p-r.] AIL or all but one, of the Democratic I for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Th- IngIand'tjranite r eriE Co-Partnership heretofore exiting under with the train on the C. R. df'rta at 1.30 p.m., VX C-'GRESS eto WATER; large Paint Var-
R k of and Hair ,
8lnnSouth I
.
CT.,., ail hut tweet the Deraocratio United States I _L the style ofbe undersigned firm, has been dis and 11.10 Tot Buaea
Assemblyman and the appointment of Delegates t The air with chorus fills. the June last. business of the (day) p. m.( ) dab and -" Brushes; stock ef

'"itofoor: f.ftU of the Democratic member of the District Senatorial Convention, assembled at .For Breckinridge and Lane," my boys 11yeo( of HEIR A RUST Al HEIR, RUST The Schedule on this Road is arranged so u to utensil for Grsinl Porte Monsi-.VioiinStriuss.

't. Hon e of Uepresentativei; aad we have no II I Tampa on Saturday, 7th inlt.nt After disposing Let speech and song now ring; & CO. ,1 b settled by RUST & MEAGHER. connect with the Pensacola ft Geoigia by Stage from OS THE
Democracy's two noble sons Madison to Valdosta. Thus by this route S
i u'. lar cf the Democratic votera.T HEIR, RUST CO. passengers '
a ;c Tiajonty t of the preliminary proceedings, the Convention o "rt. EC.
Great victory will bring. Tallalassee 20.18110.CoPartnershn.. leaving the Tallahassee Dept a 3 p. m. will reach GA1ELE/
July
ta't 1 : ro-lingT'erery: ,lay adds r.ew strength I appointed the usual number of Delegates, to represent With traitors to fathers' Savannah next day by I EX P
our
t 1.r ,..
;'.<. nt'rIl1.linn.: and the indications are, that I Convention t b held at Brookville, on the With those denying ongh rights" July 211860. 30-tf Friend and WHITE VIW.AR.. Polled Lob

." C i"f"re the Cth November next it will ha'er.rheJ I 10th day of August The Peninsular say*:- We cannot be allied.equa r HE be carried on Madison gtThe Quincy Republic till forbid Family and forward billsto sters.Fresh Lblten.Fresh Salmon fresh Mackerel; .
Messenger
next
faction Usual at the old stand by the copy Pickled Dates, Sola'o
Though party we deplore, .ubterbr.wh Onios. PrDel. Andenol'
] a u.npiitude that will make eren rot"pub'ALilru I .When the Convention wa prepared to ballot a Savannah.
No brother love we feel. entered into CPa tnerabip o. the Tobacco, Macaboy Snuff, Waterproof Matches, ROM,
tnnlle in its boot It i il the party of for A5 it assumed all the features of the '
mbhman. For those who trampled on the bond RUST A MEAGIIER. Castle and Transparent Sap. Sperm Oil l. a pure

.\ty:: Dnckinridge and Lane never were de- I I from. became Convention.di-satisfied The Delegates with the Our father' blood did seal : TaWee. July 21, 1860. Medical College of Alabama aricle for, Sewing ._

'iUd, in battle or cry where ehe. They will not I ratio lehtpnekMS rcrrten adopted by the Convention, Then shoot fo Breekinridge and Lne .Ijse AT MOBILE. Aromatic Tonic

'< defeated At and seceded thf The Fort Blonnt Delegates Come, the TSTotioe.ALL .
now we are persuaded. any rate I rtCrom join rallying cry will commence on the 14th Bitter'
-i']ii Ir\,Sir.' I followed the example set by Icbepuckessasso. After "Te Constintion-Lqual Right*"- persons indebted to the late frs of HEIR JL LECTURF THEE invaluable BITTERS -.
I but of the these live die. Noymber oext in all c** Q( Debility nt to' Swarm
some de1beratior. no pacification we or RUST aid HEIR, RUST 4 ., please The school has ipduced the State .
A114icht In north Carolina.The I differences sprung up, tbe Fort Meade, No Northern o'er Southern wrong, call and settle theIr; accounts due on January first, Legislature sueeel appropriate fifty thousand dollars to climate persons who a recovering from sickness
fryer wilt find them excellent
Raleigh Standard has at last run up the stan- I and lastly the Alafia Delegates withdrew leaving! I No -I860-, by cash'1 by notes. the t With tbis sum the Trustees an ToM TI.1- '
under
-irds ,r and Lane. This leave I the Old Tampa and Tampa Delegates the ruling 1 \e'l d'all discord t the winds- RUST & MEAGIIER. ward eoterrize. largest and best appointed bring Drsnu.. apd & .
Dreckiuridge only advantageous, an hour or so before meals.
I The remaining Delegation, taking into bite Tallahassee, July 21, 1860. 30WILL Sin
.., dustnark Medical Colleges in the United States.The l
will be found excellent ,at
fact Tooie
> LVwocrstic paper in that State which are uaVuk.J consideration the of acting for the -- -- -- they an
I impropriety Museum has been selected in cf
hear the Eagle he every part all whereistimnlanti
'! The Standard of the 18th County In the capacity of a Rump Convot.ion. ad A sweeps A.UOTION. and is cases are required.
tayrVariy I Through yonder azure sky Europe with the greatest care, rich in specimens For sale at the Corner Drag Store.
ail the'delepate from this State to lUIti jonrned tine die to illustrate department .
Scream out in victory. J.ILGREOORY'&CO.
tne. be sold before the Ga STORE of A. ner
..*<> are m favor of Breckinridge the Elector I Col Wm. J. Turner one of the seceder', has, at Our glorious ery- OCEBT There are three lare Hospitals free t t Student _
1 Wit ,'at are for him-nearly all the numbers of the ..For and HAYWARD. on the 28th iDIt t the rooms for practical opened Fresh
I the instance of a number of the Seceders, permitted Breckinridge Lne. my boy ; highest bidder for cash one ofBALL'S Te Anatomy Supp1y
Democratic State Committee are for him-and allS And hill and dale a lin the middle of October.
tce Ovniotratic papers of the State with the excepof his name to be announced a candidate for AssemMyman. Catch up the echo, and repeat SUPERIOR GINSin 011

t ", two. have raised' hi* name and are adroca- I I The J'eninsular says thAt be will .Fur Breckinridge ana Lane !" order ; also some fragments of Gins, Iron, FACULTY : PAINTS OILS AND VARNISHES

'ing! his lection.: 'tery Democratic County meet Milton and Hilton, and that he _, & g and Also .
I cordially support i -i. -, by some tenant rent unpaid. Iron J. C.MOTT, M. D.Professor of Sorger. TRENCH and American Window Gloss,
u>C held since the nominations were made at Balti an enthusiastic admirer and supporter of p1at.for Corrov AND Coax CBor.-As far I we can lear Tic, and many other articles of merchandize A J. F. HEUSTIS, M. D, Professor Anatmy. J? Jewett A Son Pure Lead

fc'a-re Democratic ha dcclnrcd candidate f..r Breckimid Lane; and I adopted by the recent National party tle, whose (and our inquiries have been constant for sometime portion vf the r is sold t pay rent and storage.A. I WM. H. ANDERSON M. D.,Professor of Physiology Snow White Zinc
for Governor has taken .
past) the corn crop of Alabama and Georgia is an f lA YW ARD, I and Pathology. Varnish Paint and Sash Brushes.
tround for them the Further than this,
on We believe that nominecsfloatatourrnaat-liead.
ttump. a absolute failure. Excepting only an occasional fair July 21, 80 GEO A. KETCHUM, M. D.Professor of Principles _
"'arc{ majority of the Democratic people of the 'I he i is an out and-ont States' Right Democrat" crop, on some stream or in other specially favored & and Practice of Medicine.F. Denslow's Benzine .

ttte, whatever their preference and feelings may I -The Eastern Herald that the iron is laid loulty. the yield cannot be equal to local need Received A. ROSS,M. D.Professor of Malaria Medica and. ,
I' snys : :
!"ivr been heretofore, and wha \er they might I Geo. Road eleven miles west of consequence e. there must be, within the next Jut Therapeutics.F. NEW LIQUID for tmhr'mgout Paints Varn'sh .'
the P. A
rj\< been tinder other eifcumstarecs, are now in on d R.i six or eight months a amount of suffering for WATHE E. GORDON, M. D. Professor Obstetrics and and Greasy Stains from Silks or Wookns of all
'avor of Breckinridge and Lane. The Democratic I Lake City. For the want of Iron the contractors such as wa never known before in this see GENTS. do GOL Diseases of Women and Cbidren kinds, without injuring their color or texture, while'

f* p/f.rANt oUt u abort all eommttttti.convention are progressing slowly. bre Already eQnntr merchant are complaining Gold Spectacles, CbaUkio Cin. J. W. MALLET,Professor leaving no unpleasant odor. It is used witL the ...

mid cnncutfi.hate commanded v* to raise the naiaet I The same paper learns that a fine passenger car that they can no collections, because all the Gold and Silver Pea and Pe C.. GORONWY OWEN hi.D..t Demonstrator o success for cleaning Glove without alleriag'their?

q Sreetinntfyt sad Lane, and tee obty. for the Central Road. money of their easterner U n.esarily expended Silver Ware A. P. HALL Ml D., f Anatomy. color ; also for removing greasy stains out of Paper'
l In I 856, the vote between Buchanan and Fillmoie I .arrived at Jacksonville in buying provision This shameful result grows Plat do H D. M. D.Pret of Surgery. of all kinds. For sale at tile Oora *MU-6to *.*f

'ID North Carolina was fur Buchanan, *-for I -We learn from the St. Johns Mirror of the directly out of the cotton nunia-tlie small planter Cnter. Address ANDERON. J. n.GREGORY CO.

nUjnore, S6.8S5 for Buchanan I 21t inst, that the Stockholders of the Florida on upland cannot be induced t believe that their MetiTw *, Ac. te.and for tale low at July 14. .2 -Sra Dea Faculty. March 241860. 18
-majority 11360. *
I and Gulf Central Rail Koad Company first duty it t secure an abundance of the necessities HYER.GORMAN'S. .
THio can now doubt how the State will vote in AU.nte of life; they plant all their best land Tallahassee, July 21, SO L'erg'ii.xi'er
8 i 180. Head-Quarters.
:it' I have elected the following Directors, viz: J. P EUI1fJi
If a Dougla ticket i il run, whIch is very cotton.

Doubtful it ,ill do but little injury a*score of the I Sanderson, L D. Hart J. 8 Ssmmis. F. MeL. M For eight or ten days past the cotton crop lisa Notice. BRIGADIER GIEL' OFICE t FLORIDA ARROW RjOT > I

I Whit Smith, N. Williams, T. Uartridge. A s been failing rapidly. The long continued drought MontcelJ F B, JIO. J fIN ,
"Piuion
mill S
t and
vote >r Breckinridge Lane MONTHS after date the undersigned will the Store.J. .
At
the Drug
and J. Baker. J. P. Sanderson wasunanimously i* beginning to produce its effect even on son- SIX requirements of an "Act corner .
aaJing HI they do on the only platform which d'u- I I Baldwin M Prebident" loving cotton plant There are exception, but the Mr final account and youb.r to the I conformity organize tbe militia .( the State of Florida," B. GREGORY' *' CO.

:,*% proclaim the doctrine laid down by the re-elected orop generally is already badly Injured. The minimum Judge of Probate of Ln county as executrix on adopted t by the General Assembly December '

snpretn Court in the Dred Scott case t -H 1}J. Murphy .been nominated a 5,000,000 ble that was talked of a month the et of Lewis Holday. deceased lat 1 27tb, 1846, the following named gentlemen are appointed Choice CigarsdTobaccPURE .

-- _- I candidate for t e Legislature by the Opp sition of ago, i* not now by any well Informedperson. of county, and ask to b diebarge terefrom Staff Officers to the Gmerl of the ]

Brecklarfdr and Clay. I Cay: County. Notwithstanding the increase of land planted LEITI G. Exeutrix. Send Brigade of Florida Militia, to-wit: WINES AND LIQUORS
.
S0-6m
S the growing is to be certainly leas than July .
ntrCllponenf He-niT Cr.avtoaspeec4idelivered J -*-- crop P. A. STOCKTON, of For Mediciaal Purposes
that Gadade
should
of 69 60. Even if rain come now, it I.CD1P-
l:: Mr nr .kinridge tit Lexington' i* often spoken BY TELEGPAPH. is likely i produce a much injury .good by Notice.SIX R.M.H. PARTRIDGE,of .,lAd COOKING WINES, VINEGAR, -t

"f It i I gii o ,n the Sew Orleans Delta a* fol causing plant to And in aliltaneea I. BLAKE Leon Adjutant ;
Ihe after date, the undersigned will of Jefferson, Brigade .
1 ".. where dronght crop, mua pre } Inspec Scotbh-Ali & London1 Pcrtfer
nearly dam.ge
EUROPII te
FROM and the
I LATER the wind and hail, which generally accompanied fn1.cuut vor t Judgeof tr'JAME scrrtV'Congress
AUO'A ntxa
"llijor reekiiiiidje I congratulate 'ou. You Probate cuntl. on of Jefferson, Brigade Quarter
the have done as much damage a* a TUCKER S
'ft .->rthy lo represent the people of thu District ARRIVAL ,x* $te OF THE the rarallbowen.dry She estate of Jesse Wiggins, de- of said Water:

*.>"., esteem and acorhave been the chief object* I We hope our friend in the country will keep us county aad oak to b SAM'L WILLIAMS, of Jefferson Brgad Surgeon;

'!my ambition and the moot preciou ,.ardlof advised a* the state of the They cannot ANN WIGGINS adm'x. E. J. ANN of Madison Judge Adyot. For sale at UM Corner Drue Store of .

"lylotig 1 aDd laborious life;** and then, dropping NORTH BRITTOX. write ns t frequently on that eop'topic.-AfontgtmeryAl July_21. I860. 34-6m Said Staff Officers t take the rank Major. J. E. GKSQOllT. A CO. .

.,"
*, dear John Le tree to your lI.mel I Never for- North Brit I S'1ph Spgs, Bde Gme of 2nd Brigade .
ST. JOB July steamship *
Itt are KenUickiaa and Breckinnid and 23-Te Julyl4,1860.
TOO a a e. "
the biglieat honor of the Republic or what is more I ton arrived here She brings Liverpool Sc.UC or Coix.-Yesterday we wt'l convening '!: : NEW PORT, FLORIDA. .ttWatd ; .

nlual/le.! the conscIousness of having served well I date t July 13 with an esteemed and very intelligent friend,, OOOUKON. CMTM;'Notiaegs.Bace do.
Dir will be rewardilill COMMERCIAL NEWS. who has a good knowledge of the country Norr \f L. A. MADDEN rpt infimns Offij.r, wlute.atrij'lHaek ;
country your gloriou of this. His representations of the l' friends and the desire t i his Mustard Seed. and .
S I sales of cotton prospects THE a t. Allspice, Cayenne BucVPepper,"
.
was the noble response of a political oppo- uvnrL CON fnTe market closed of the growing corn crop-or rather the crop the SULPHUR SPRING fo health or pleasure : House bildn. Screw Celery! Seed Bottled Mustard Nice Olive Pit:

'* : "hose fame as an orator the world ha not yet I for the week r.ch which should b growing-and the heavy indebtedness that she b had Wau1 HOTEL put ia Gear building, aad e a Saw Gin 0 mend m '
.. :. steady more healthy and at regular rates.LO'DOX of the people, already for br adluflV, good order, U prepared them Gin Brush as well and as neatly aa any one and FRESH HOPS SHAKERS HERB3DROP. ANIY
.1iI'.J. incur
1 )OE Mauar.-Conaols clo at 9S|@ are very disheartening indeed are satisfied, with Board and Lodging. Her table will be suppliedwith any person wanting work of this kind e, will GTS.: _
'
C 9SJ. from reliable source, : crop of Eastern Ala the bt the market affords-Including FREER go t their phantat ooaod, do it there. Person ..iI I DAR T'8 PROPHYLACTIC FLTJUD.*

'. A Genealgy. bama and Western Georgia will fall far abort of the FI Beth. House at the upper *pnng i il i log my services will please eommonicaU the a JT at. t Cohm Drug Store
"" 1 Knox the Gnat reformer of Scotland. I VETERAN 'EDITOR DEAD.WAsmreros. need of home consumers: and if there should not fine condition for btin.and has given .t t B>. through U> Post O at Tallahassee I J. R1GREGORY: A CC\'
:' 'i. \\ ith.r."JOn. I) D. one of the Signer of the TiE I ia Sooth Alabama backed low all who have Springs this season. hear from them that than
I '22.-Mr.Joseph Gale, enicrpartner be a heavy crop by t 'it L. can; aU i manner i Mardi 24,58JM). !>' _
at. ti"D .f American July 14 29
.. Independence.Bicckinndgi in the there cannot bat be immense July otbtr way.
prices We. any JOH
the Jf K H
of
". -, a n emS!r of Jefferson's Cab. I of the proprietor In fJolnR1JltI"t'UIgeneer -suffering for staf of life." In all probability} Joly! 14. 1860. PO'tA i* 1i '
I. died in this city la.tnight. tdhe7f5 year ._ 29t Rco1
! .1 1 :" ; !J'-ixkinriJg* Vice-President of the Univ I of Lie age. He wa. dunluf t wOLl1 r :life, cr.1 reach U 0 by next wit bl oncelAPPLCATON :

t v. .--.4 18i7.'!. connected with that esbilbmeat. but but for 0: This money i Is a t pDrs worthy of the consideration will b made to the next Lost, TTEIMSTKEET 4003il nmfn-ABLE'1Qt J .

.J.I.. :I.'. (0. iireckmridiri., raraiPikT of the United I I years part he has \on i vWt.to!.his office no I of our capitalist Step should be taken early to Assembly of this Slat a f AT f t near S. Joan's Clwirch. o SDy1 COLORING. warranted U raster*-grff'
1 1.61. 500V mind, and continued his daily And the *UUof Charter for a Railroad from the water of 8th k> pair of 8P .*
.. I He wa held In S''lie.higlitest. prevent Icu.lllferg Inule tb St '. GOL. to its original color at titf f>Vttiam Stofa.
I ita Crc i rordof the g.enealoir ifS l abut a week rut oec ...ous uniV. t I the .' t 14 I will John t Inda River. Tb. finder will rwaded ( & )VrUavm" J.RCXZOOJiyrUsrcb
1 I.. : < 1ff'r.. ., and his det.h Jo'v :1, l 1bemattb'wcffiee. '
I. ,*.'I1l._, I'I' vttite.l t ) .-r"(l KMTOK1 hAl f'IFI" be for alt-j"tgt",'' Afirl nr' 8 [Jell 14.: 29 U,181i: I"*, CA




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; J I'HOPOSEI-)TO AMENDMENTS TIn: -NE\tV GOODS. I HOSTETTER'SSTOMACHBITTERSI ;'11j_ .n 2' ii. erci"I".m r-, DENTI S1RY. .



,i Constitution of the State, RARE --0-INDUCEMENT. I JJo ]E' O l'ULJ! ] W !JJi i 11

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't ADOPTED BY XINTH O1Xr.r..U.SSr IBL .
I
: -..0I The 'IroprietQr'and! manufacturers of IIOSTETTE1VS -
AX A(T t>> :l.m'IIJt. ;8ih; 'lil'n of tlu f-th article roEG leave ivytfulJy to draw the attention of ) CELEBRATED STOMACH 1UT- : WHOLESALE AND KCTAIL DEALER IX

:, I(: 1.1| tl" Ow.stitution cf the Stat of FloridaQEtTION : tho citizens of TlabnFs! and adjoining countiesto TEES can appeal with perfect cenfiJcnce to

I 1. EtittHactcdkythtSttat**>ill>ueV the fact( that I am now in possession of a completeand phJt siciins an-1 citizens generally of he United
f,: 1 of Jtrprefttivtt of 1/is KUte-.of FL,?id
; O'fHtral Avetnlfif ronreHtd, That the 6th section ofiLe heretofore nnlnnwn.. A few fact: upon "V\rOULD return his grateful acksowlt,5 ,,
r.Ui article of the Coo tutiot of this State shall SPItING AM) SIMMER STOCK, this point will speak more powerfully than T T to the citizens of Southern Georgia. arid );

not liereafter be so eonstru Hi as to render Jnsticeof die and East Flutida. for the
any COXTRISIXC OF volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puiery. very liberal'patioiU,

the Supreme Court Chancellor or Judge of thiS Dry Goods, Clothing Boots and Shoes, Fancy The consumption of Hosteller's Stomach Bit received from them during the past fire or5Z! Ta
,
: :I State. ineligible to either of the offices of Justice of Goods Straw and Goods ters for the last year amounted to over a half- LAATW U ll i He will continue the practice of the above prcf

tIle Supreme Court Chancellor or Judge of Ibis State, Millinery million bottles, and from its manifest sUady sion in those sections of country and has made i-jrtr:

; upon tli* ground that the came is another aud differ Groceries and Wooden Ware, increase in times past, it is evident that during arrangements with manufacturers of Dental JtK

'q oct office, I station or poet of loner and m01unlcot.t Watches and Jewelry &.C., the coming year the consumption will reach ah.! North, as to enable him to put up rrii flU

[Ninth General AI'tmLly.-Pu..eJ the Senate by which I offer at astonishing low prices. near one million bottles. This immense amount GROCERIES .C.A teeth, in any of the popular modes, at from jijt* ?

.J th
i the House of Kci>resentatiTes by the constitutional upon me I respectfully solicit a continuanceof I medicinal properties contained in the preparation the same in the Sooth; (he meant what he says,jar

t. majority Jauuary I!, 1858.] the same, and 1 iqvite the public to call and giveus and the sanction of the most prominent CONSTANT SUPPLY OF guarantees them to be as DCKABLE. BEACTIUL *&,

{ a trial. Respectfully, physicians in those sections! of the country fcxavicEABLK as can be pat up North or South.
AN ACT to amend the 7tli section of the Uth title Those in need of his
ai LAWRENCE ORLMANN. where the article is best known, who not only service, can, by dicpp
of the Constitution (If this State. April 14, 1860. 16 recommend the Bitters to their patients but Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders., note to him at either Montwllo or Madi*>u. y,*
Sf.trw.x I. He it enacted Ity the &"lIfr aid linnet arc ready at nil times to give testimonials to its have the work done, and time to teat it btfw* L

;t. ,Hffretfutiitiefl '/ fie Slate of florida in Geneat MYERS & GORMAN efficacy in All cues of stomachic derangement: inp fur it.
A *utUy CTh1fd That the ';th section of the and the diseases resulting therefrom. [5f" The best references given if desired.

I. 12th article of the Constitution of thw State be no HAVE RECEIVED per recent arrivals from This is not a temporary popularity, obtained Flour, Whiskey, &c., &c. December 25. 1858. 52

,''t amended 1 as to rrad, all liabilities of such ar.kslll':1.11': York, a splendid assortment of by: extraordinary eflorts in the way of trum-
Le payable in specie and the aggregate of the haW; P. B. BKOKAW'S.
the of the Bitters, but a solid
L I p-uiij' qualities
J ties auJ is ue (.1 a Dank (exclutfit of deposit I ; )ball SILVER AND PLATED WARE, eel lNation of an invaluable medicine, which is Terms Cash an Delivery.Tallahassee mm AHB SILE STAB
10'
), at nr time exceed double the atucunt of its caji.talU CONSISTING OFFish destined! to be as enduring as time itself.lostetters LSJ

>rk fKiid in. Ivtiitee, Cake do., Cups, Napkin Hinge, Silver Stomach Bitters have proveda TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.
[Ninth General Assembly.-Passed! tl e Senate 'by :Salts in cases, &:c. Godsend to regions where fever and ague May 12th, 18GO. 20-tf 'HE l'roprietorwould inform >
the constitutional! rnajorityJanuarv 41859. Passed various other bilious have -- .1. his friends and the TqTTN
and complaints ---------- ------ -
--
) the -House of Representatives t'jtbe cvtiatitutionalluajority Fine Ocnian Silver Plated Tea Sell, Ice Pitchers counted their victims bY' hundreds. To beable public, that be Las rebuilt his T7Vargc

January 10. 18:1S.: ] Cake;; Uaskets, Castors Candlesticks ic.: to slate confidently that the "Bitters"arc FANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS! Brick SUbles, at the old stand, null ia n.,.

Fine Sclts of Jewelry in Cues, Brooches, Ear I a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like prepared to accommodate! his friends an..customer

AN ACT to amend the amended Constitution of lie Itings, Finger Rings, At: tc. disease! is to the proprietors a source! ef un- lie also has attached to hi* Stables a good Blacksmith

State of Florida iu relation to the fcessioos! of the -ALSO- alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid matter Shop where he will have hare don all!! k l1d.l.t\

b, General Assembly. Table and P >cket Cutlery, Powder Flasks, Shot from the stomach, purifies the blood, and FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. Plantation work Hone shoeing and Cnrria.gnl't'l'k: ,
SWTIOI I. lie it tnacltd ly tfr Senate and Home Pouches, Caps, Wads Wad Cutters, Meerschaum imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, the very best manner and with promptuet and du
of KtftrcKntmire of the St.;',, nf WwU iM Ct'NfI- Pipes and a supply ef the it that tone and indispensablefor pitch.
giving energy
: rod AuseniMy conrtnrJ, That: the members of the genuine Latakid Tobacco. the restoration of health. operates upon _... .- November 5, 1853.: 44
House of shall be chosen -----
1 the For
Representatives by sale low by MYERS d: GORMAN.
the stomach' ,liver, and other digestive organs,
qualified! voters, and shall serve for the term uf two June g, Ib60. 23 [Sent. copy. but and soon restores them Carriages, Buggies, and HarnessFor

years from and after the dity of the first election to mildly acondition powerfully essential to the healthy discharge 1YfiUSNO. .too iA.WBEN' El Sale by P. B. Erokaw..rpIIE .
: voder the amended Constitution and no longer; and Dissolution.
of the functions of nature.
_
t Subscriber, has
4 the session of the General Assembly shall be annual just rercut.UL '
rPIIE Co-partnertbip heretofore existing between Elderly persons may use (the Bitters( daily A3
the 3d large: of
l. and commence on Monday of November very supply ttirnai
I J. the Subscribers, under the firm of HOPKINS per directions on the bottle, and they will find CHAMBERS STREET
in each year, or at such other times as may be prescribed 29 Buggies, and harness,which he <>Bn,*
by law.Ssc A MEG1NNISS, was dissolved by mutual consent, in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfirt for ale on the. most reasonable terms.

-. 2.1?, exaHrrf That the on the 31st of May last All business of the firm declining; years, as it is pleasant to the palate, November 1 8. 1854. 46MILES
: il/Mrtlier
Representatirea
I shall be chosen on the iirct :Monday in Octo- will be adjusted by A. HOPKINS & CO.. who are invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic, NEW YORK, ___ -H.
authorized to the firm and rejuvenating generally. We have the evidence NASlT&
in
sign name liquidation.A. CO.
W in each and every econd year from and after the ,
of thousands of aged men and wonen
HOPKINS DEALER INJom'h8
first election under the amended Constitution WHOLESALE
or on Dealers in
Drugs Medicines
D. B. MEGINNISS. who have experienced the benefit of using ibis &c,
it cnch other day as be directed by law.
4- =$Ie.: J. Be itfirt/.er may ,uiwted, That the Senators Tallahassee, June l'Ui, 1840.CoPartnersliip. preparation while suffering); from stomach' derangements IJtd..t J UST received from New York per lark; R.II.Gin

ftlinll!! lw chosen: by the qualified 1 electors for the term and general debility; acting under ( Pins, Writing Jewelry, ble, a general: assortment of articles in our I.:*

i (-f four years at the same time, in the i-arae manner the advice of physicians, they have abandoied Brushes, Needles, Work Boxes, Watches, I such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning fluin
all deleterious drugs and fairly tested (the White Lead, Zinc and ether paints, Window GIaj
and. in the game places where they vote for members Buttons Port Monaies Stationery, Musical Wares, >n
A ITOPKIX", Pt:. PAR1\mLL: merits cf this article. A few words to the best quality. Putty Brushes, Potash Soda, SparLLn
of the House of Representative utH: no person shall; LIiWAUl n liUADFOni),JrrpiiE .. Folios Perfumery ;
L. 2. tTAYNEI. There certain when Threads Porte ,
gentler Gelatine London
be a Senator unless be be a white man, a citizen uf sex.:: are periods Mustard French Brandy(very hew.
I' the United States and 1 shall Lave been an inhabitant PNDERSIGNED entered. into a co-part- their cares are so harassing that many of them Wood and Willow Ware, &c., &c., : for medicinal purposes, Spices, Pepper. Lemon Syrs .
_L Tsbip on the 1st day of June, I860,.under the sink under the trial.: 1'he relation of mother Inks,Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buns)
itt this State for two next baa election ,
precedm '
and the last year thereof yeai a resident of the; district or, linn of HOPKINS A: CO., fir the transaction of a and child is so absorbingly; tender, thai them And every article in the notion line required by the Southern Merchant. Ac: .Ac, and a general assortment of Popular Patrol

eointy for which !lx' shall be-chosen, and shall! bare General Merchandizing Hueint's@' tber, especially if she be young, is nfl to -_. Medicines. We keep none but the very best and
A. HOPKINS, forget her own health in her extreme nniiety Lope to merit
attained: the age of twenty five yenrs.JMC. SPECIALITIES. your
EDWARD P.RADFORD Jr. 'for her infant. Should the of patronage.MILES
period maternity NASH A CO
4. Br tif'trffier enacted. That the clas.'ificn.lion ,
: of Senators made at the first session, of the Gene r.. C. I'A ItKlIILL, arrive during the summer season the wear or.Oolyan.lwiud LtWREXClS "OCOVELKSS PERrECT EnD: NEEDLFF." 1/I LAWRESCT8, : STEEL P>X><.THE PtASTEM,LlPCEIr _March 29. 1856 18BLACKSMITHING
L R. STAYNEU.Tallxhassee :. }-. is generally aggravated.: Here, UwaLMEdOEIE.NTAL COLOCSE." : LAWRE CE'I> "(lOLL> I'zs: ," WAIUlAUTD.LAWREXCE'1t .
ralAasiribl_ ", Ldlinthe_ .. year IS-I5.sht1l continue June 16, 18t 0.-25. [Sent. thuii stimulant LAWRENCE'SLEAD Pt.Miis "
copy. ,. a necessity_ a to recuperate "SofniEnxEM: FAVORITE. || : : ALL IITtLEIi; !
rjn the energies; or the system, ana enable mo SEWING THREAD in balK small ar. I large an.I! on spool- 1
shall be chosen forever hereafter l/icnnmllv: fur the Also a superior quality of OSNABURO undersigned; has resumed work<
term of four years!: I'ruri.trfl..7..and it is hereby NOTICE TO ALL mother 'to bear up under her exhausting trials All goods warranted equal to sample and as represented. Particular: attention given to packing.< Neat and TilE town and has opened a Shop In _

\ declared that the term of office! of that: class! of S the Bitter to ether
t unexpirrd at the lint eWtion under theainriided TN lerurning his thanks for the very liberal patronage ( that prefer receive the endorsement of invigora-pbjsicini'.s 20, 1859. 47-ly I ria!{e Shoj>, opposite( tie Exchange, wlirre all kinl'.
era
I Constitution stall extend to anti expire ou the, ti..t -I_ bereU'foie bestowed upon him, the un.1..1'- because it is egret-able to the (tasje aa ____ --- --- ;-- ---- --- I of illack-ainithing: will_ be done with! neatness 11.*
Monday in October, eighteen hundred and fcixty-two.S aiPJlctJ'ou1J; inform the lIe refer with confidence ,
respectfully public that be Will certain to increase New Establishment. WOOD EDDY & CO.'S despatch. can tvtliocr;
give a
1 t [(. 5. /1e it further rnacte. That the first election still continues thaCAIlitlAUE as permanent friends who have patronized him heretofore for the etaraeue:
for Assemblymen under tin Constitution shall bodily strength. fpHE undersigned respectfully informs bis JJCLAY.'AUC AND MISSOURI of his work. FRANCIS PAYNE
BUSINESS All those persons! to whom we have pirfSca- JL auJ tIle generally, that he has net
public
take plate on the (first Monday iu October
eigliteen 58. 2-tf
.. bandied an..ixty.. anti the Gn-t session of (be Gone In all iU various branches ,..-----_ -;. larly referred above, to wit : sufferers from Retired from Business, STATE LOTTERIES January 8.. _! __ _
I at the OLD :STAND opSjj S "S" fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea,
rat Assembly under this! aoicnded Constitution s-luill -i. _._ RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS
; nor -
(piwite Hie nook Store, dysentery, indigestion, less!! of appetite", and
the third M > in November iu Uu
'.mm .lCe on t: and li., strict all diseases of the stomach GONE TO HARPER'S FERRY rEt.ISEJ: : : LINENS
year ri htten bui..lrcj and] sixty me.Srr. pes hy attention : \ or derangements: ; Capitalize $70,000 ,
to bill business! to '" superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary DIAPERS. Ac.
: 6. Dt it /itilfirr (4O'tCl, lliat tbesespions! of .t( ; @ nor baa he any
merit contihuarice of I ) and nursing mothers, Trill consult --
,
a a occupation );
the General Aa bliall! not fitcriil of RicuARtsos'i Linen and! those
f inUj : oii-r thirty *,
in flmre of the public patfornitbepublicthath __ their own J hysical welfare by giving to HosUUIT'S Intention of Going to Texas, WOOD EDDY & CO. Managers.The CONSUMERS
day dumtion, unless a constitiit! the members shall deem it cxjicdirut.' Nfl IIlt-naLcr rotuu e. .: Celebrated Stomach Litters a .trial but that be will fully resume Managers' Offices are located :at Wilmington that the articles they purchase are sealed with
stall receive He would also in l'tTIUWe Caution the public against the Delaware, and St. Louis. Missouri. full the firm
pay fnmi the :butu:i for his -ivicci ;ifterI -"" I be name of ,
the expiration of thiity days Continuously from tL..un"uen'eruolt -- -:- TiMi'g Miy of the many imitttious cr counter BLACKSMITHINC / -:\._ ---- -.--- J. N. EICIIAKDSO: SONS A OWDL.'f.a ,
las fitted a n his feits but ask for IIOSTETTHI'S: f'FL'ar.ovcDST.MACII :
up onx at for
f shop
S t <> tIe tsC8siUIL takingrxoToaAPns2 The followingMAGNIFICENT
KITTEKS and fee lint each bottle has BUSINESS :a guarantee of the soundness and durability: : of tilt
)1 S.i7.. Veil f'/I'll"J"t'7tortl. That the act entitled I
In all its various branches SCHEMES Co.Is..
amend the words "Dr:J. llotetter' Stnniaclltitters"blown : :
to an tiiithe act to IIJe enn-itia the Coiu-litutioii of the d'tueral of this State so na Pictures ty'ktn flora a small size up to a cabinet: on the tilde of the bottle, and! stamped one month from thin I will be drawn in public under tIle Superintendence This caution is rendered essentially necessary: u

uial instead. of anul-J 'IIC and the AbtKiiibly i ill bien and I life size. DA.I'IltRwnrF.Ii: copied and! cll1argt'd on the uietallic cup covering the cork' and date. His! shop 13 fronting - oftjwom) Commissioners appointed by the Governor. large quantities of inferior anti defective Linen* tit
aivl! ainmllcd l. d- same biTcj' to life MZ,.', titJncr on paper or canvas ready for observe! thai our autograph, signature is on the on 200 foot street, prepared season after season and scaled! with tU
nUogalcd t-wlnit whit the provisions. of-tt M.:.. tc Rclf | same is j i/K'on- I painting. WM. KL'HNS.O UlK-1. opposite the Pit-Office I WOOD, EDDY & CO'S. LOTTERY. name of HiJtardiOH, by Irish Houses who, regardless

-, Tasked the House of ltepreseaives: i fT ?.. < :T" Call and examine sjtecimcns. .*- Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEK &; and in the rear of Jlr. Zuker's Harness Shop \vhcrhe Class iYo.Ji58 Draws &iturdayJubj28, 1860eyo of the injury thus inflicted alike on the Arnt-ricm:
... ., 15, 18.:.,. ..,.. .... ,,, ., J;:fj ) 1 j intends to carryonthe business as !it should I be consumer and the manufacturers!of Ui. gl.'nuin.O"'N1 i iM
I 1 t r lM> >-,:iiate''w rl fni.Hity J.tuuaiy : I'/ ,-d --- "" n m1'M,..Itt ",.; .IO ar_: .-"R 0. lheietofore -_". 5..l._ I 9 I....._ UII_.. -* MW- warny mniifm tr... wfeo .** ..........hlt') ,
I 1!:;9.J: by the CousUtuUrnjul majority Jauiu<>vIS nSK' riTisTIUET.LlC throughout the United States!, South America extended to him, he would respectful! 1 Grand Capital Prize of$70OOO while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a
and Germany. solicit a cortmuance of the same, hoping by his own worthless character.J. .

Or E URIAL: CASES Sold by J. II. GREGORY &: {'0., II. NASH personal otf,'it and 1 prompt attention torendt-rentir BULLOCKE A.: J. B. LOCKE, Agent
ire!: r r SKCRETATIT or' STATE ) ,
A: CO., and AMES &: LIVELY, TaIIaha sati rlcton.; II. B. FITTS. 36 Church St. New York.
T\UaI13illCe.11arch nth, ISf.O.( 1 Prize of 50OtiO t 1&8 .
( Prizes or r.1'0
S 28 1860. 18-tf
1 1'ereby certify the loregoins acts t'utille.I! n f er, lilorlda.aud J. SKll' U1l'iew April 1 Prize of 18.375 6 Prizes of 125 S"pt 21.1859.: 83-ly____
.4 j' I 1'ort Fla. ---- ------- -
Act to amend the 8th suction of hctitli, a.tide uf the ; April1., I860. 15-ly TALLAHASSEECARRIAGE 3 Prizes of 10,000 II 65 Prizes of 100 Notice.SIX

I 'UmhlitutHinvr tbeSL-itcof FlonilaAn. fret to 3 Prizes of .6,000 t.5 Pries: of hOit .
amend 1 the 7th section of the 18th article of tie Couetiluli SADDLERYAND Prizes of 4,000 CZI PrlZCS or :;0 months after date the undersigned will pre-
n of this Stale" "An Act to a. cnd thu ROSEWOOD FINISHED-LATEST PATENT, WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, 3 Prizes of 3.000 4.810 J'riz1'8 of 4fJ ( his final account and vouchers to the Judge

... omendcd Constitution of thu Stale of I-Vorida in relation Air. i'igla and Indestructible., TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 3 Prizes of 2,500 I 27,04u Plizu of :0 of Probate of Leon county and apply for a final discharge
to the sessions of the General Assembly" to 100 Prizes of 1,000 from the admloiuistration on the estate uf
1.. (sue ami, .correct copies of the t.rigiual l acts on file A SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on haul MANUFACTURER OF COPPER,TIN AND SHEET BEA.R3STESSESTABLISHMENT. ----- Mary 51.Townsend deceased late of said elnt1.LYMAN .

t in tliu, uflive. June by 2, I860. T. J. RAWLS, Undertaker. IRON WARE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 2,3G( Prizes amounting 1.0 .. . Il'll.950 SMITH, Admr
Witness my oflioi.: signature, 23-ly -- March 10. 1880. IlSmNotice.
DEALER IN PLAIN FANCY JATAXXED TO V RY-i
1 AND : ;NEARLY 1 PIIIZE TICKETS.S .
F..1. VILLEPIOUE -
-0-
t. RONEY & LLOYD'S WARE. I
Secietxry of Slate. SUBSCRIBER .
*5 5f" 1 he Jacksonville Standard, Tampa 1'euiiwu- PATENT SOUTHERN': Stove flead-Qnarterc. TIlE purchasedthe WHOLE: TICKETS $20 ; Huns $10 ; QCABTFRS |5 ; from the first publication of no
Jar and Marianim Patriot will publish for kix months' : A SPLENDID assortment Cooking.. Parlor fl.L interest of the late -- ----- ---- SIX( moth, undersigned administrator of tL." .

t and forward accounts to the Exeenlive Dep'artincnt :IIa cw.r and Wood Stoves,trimmed with neatness 3 DAVID E. HULL in Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme will of John deceased, late ef Leon te will

1 March 24. 18t>CJ. IS-Cm and durability, at reduced prices. S* the Carriage, Saddlery be sold at the following rates which is the rink: present Iarkhill account to the Judge of cutl.Proball fcf

Out Door Work; and Harness Business, Certificates..: of Package of 25 Whole Tickets 4298.00 Leon county' and ask to be discharged.S. .
4 Valuable Plantation in Leon Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads,Guttering Copper so long kept by him, -- N 26 Half 14950; AJmYFeb.

FOR SALE. and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead,Sheet would respectfully inform = .. 26 Quarter 74.75 .18.1860. M 8C PARKHL

Plantation known as the Whitakcr place" Zinc Lead-Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work the inhabitants of 'I 28 Eighth 31.37. -- -- -
THE of every variety done at short notice LEON and adjoining ..
-
for sale. The land I lies abouf"s miles Notice.
North of Tallahassee, and 1 consist of C2SO acres oft City and Coiintryiltlcrcbams Counties, that be will continue the business in all its Splendid S homo Blackmt

at potxt Cotlou Land as there is in Florida. The Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing branches, at the Old Stand, where may be found at '
I dwellings and other buildings are in fine condition elsewhere. all times, TO BE DRAW* IN JULY A* FOLLOWS :

.1 I and are unusually good. The [roperty w offered{ for ::ff' N. B. All articles manufactnejl from the very KoriairaysBuggies, Road Wagons, Saddles, Class 328 Draws Wednesday, July -II, 18GO

p. bale for vision among the bcira. For particularspjJy best material and warranted durable. No other art Harness, Bridle, Whips, Trunks Class 340 Draws Wednesday, July 18, 1860
to be offered for sale.
will
.
and Machine Class 352 Draws Wednesday 25 16GO
8. L XL P. W ITAKER. E fielJ. N. C., October 20,1885 42 Belting __ __u July ___ .
It or E. W. GAMBLE, Tallahassee, Fla. Of every variety. And in fact, every article ustIllly!; NEARLY ONE: PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKERTS
May 26, 1860. 22-tf Nathaniel Eamlen. kept in such an establishment; and he hopes by at- 78
Numbers.
.. .13 Drawn BAllots.
': tention to the. interests of his
The Charleston Mercury will please copy Iriwe COMMISSION MERCHANT customers to merit a
-Vly till.forbid; and send bill to E. W. Gamble.Sctlo continuance of the patronage so liberally! bestowed -- ----
S; No. 38 Poydras St., New Orleans.0 upon bis predecessor. J. E. PURDY. 1 fAPIT.\L PRIZE OF $37,500. TIE I BLACKSMITH BUSINESS IN ALL IT3
For will be earned on aa heretofore, at the
The subscriber would also inform his friends and 1 Prize of 14,807 21 Prizes or ...25o OLD STAND, by the who return

Plantation in Jefferson County.T REFERS TOExGov. the public, that he still continues the Agency the Prizes or 1tioo 65 Prizes of ... 100 thanks for and solicits a unJrsige public

OFFER for'sale PLANTATION in Jefferson James E. Become, I well known and justly celebrated 4 Prizes or 6.000 U Prizee or ... 80 pnlmiage heretofore Liberally ctinoati th
my Gen. R. A. Shine, f Tallahassee, Fla Wheeler 4 Prizes or 2,600 (15 Prizes of .". 40 1 extene. .
I County. It consists of 1000 acres cf fine Cotton 4- Wilson's Sewing Machines. July I, J8n. 80 C !
A. R Noyes, Esq.IL. 10 prfzee or 1,000 130 Prizes br .. 30
Land 070 cleared and of this
acres 500 acres are M. Spencer, Esq.. f Newport, FI L Tallahassee Sept 24, 1811g. 39 10 Prizes of .. 600 4145 Prizes of '". 20
fresh. This tract lies within 10 miles of the Pena FULTON FOTJNDEY
cola d: Georgia R.; is well watered a.ndljoins John J. Soelling, Quincy, Fla.Gen. 10 Prizes cf 600 27Q40 Pr lee of .. 10 ,

'.5 a large body ogood pine land abounding in the best Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, Fla. New Blacksmith Shop.T 2OPriz.eaof. :300S2395 TALLAHASSEE, FLORID
J. Q Putnam Madison M Fla. .1- _
Esq.
of timber. to < -0-
Apyly HE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED HIS Priz .. .. .
to
E. W. GAMBLE Tallahassee.' Augustus Steele, Esq., Cedar Keys Fla. X Blacksmith .Amouoting 178.Z57WIXOLa JOHN CABDY, Proprietor.
Daniel Bell, Esq., Hamilton county, Fla. --.r
TIle Charleslon
"
tir Mercury lrilll'lt'ue copy tnweekly HENRY HICKS -0-
TICKna 110 lIuns 15 QruTJ:1t8
: $2-SO
till forbid and)! forward bill to advertiser. F.tI. R<;mington, Esq.. ; ;
TbomasviU". G from the Monroe House to
eo. '-- ENGINES from ft 35 poweI'
2". 18CO. 22 Ed.Selxu@, EsQ.. r STEAM t hn .
May
the building the Certificates of in the above Scheme workmansbip
Jack J. Marsh, Eeq., DuncanvIUe Geo. adjoining Packages to oJ.of the best
t-; For Sale Nn.20, 1858. 47 Shop of Mr. E. B. Clark, be drawn each Wednesday, will be sold at the following A as can b punL a NeW
opposite Messrs.Hopkins rates, which is the risk: York or any Northern city aDd dow Florida.Castings .
TIlE PLANTATION known as "De Solo,"lying & Meginniss'where he is Certificate of Package of 28 Whole Tickets (149.50 for Saw Mills,Grist ld Gin
. : .. East of Tallahassee ; it consuls of COO Pen. & Geo. Rail-Road. now prepared to performall U .4 26 Half 74.75 hand. Mil Geu.4.d
acre cleared land and 240 in timber. .. constantly O Mie fr 1
"
work 26 "
,including Quarter 37.37
: made
inhe in diameter always ,
&
0 o o.Sm.
is New Ac. -
to
quarters Apply 3SJ"o. Station Hwe-S/'oting. gte. .beautiful of Iron Railing f
C. IL GAMBLE, intrusted to his charge in the best manner and des In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the Ao. p&er g". .

or T. J. PERKINS. BREAKFAST IIO USE.D patch. JOSEPH H. ALSTON. amount of money to our address, for what you wishto yard monk of all descriptions excute "a

Tallahassee May 26, 1860. 22 March 10, 1860. Il-6m Sentinel copy. pcrehase; name the Lottery in which you wish it neatness and despatch. AH orders adde:

PARTIES leaving Tallahassee a a A. M., by the iOY'ested,1Wd whether you wish Wholes, Halves or John Cardy Tallahassee, Florida, will b !
East or Madison, will do well to -A. JOHNS: Quarters, on receipt of which we send what is or- attended to.
o avail themselves of the advantage to be derived from dered by first mail together with the scheme. .

III1110tlllftnJs DJVJDVAL RIGHTS to use this PLOW in a GOOD BREAKFAST at the above Station ample Dealer in and Manufacturer of all kinds of Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Draw- (a Terms Ct1.

._L_ Leon county, sold by lime being afforded by the company for comfortably AMERICAN AND ITALIAN Ing. Certified to by the Commissioners,, will be sent -DSpeoi
FRANCIS PAYNE Blacksmith. partaking of the same. with an Explanation. N otioe.

Tallahassee, May 12, 1860. 20 Parties wishing to get to Monticello by this Train MARBLE WORK Purchasers will please write their signatures plain interest of C'a nl/?
: are daily: speaking in the praise of can invariably be forwarded by private conveyance. and give the name of .heir Post Office, County and HAVING l well JOep ""
:MONUMENtrS: Foundry,
! TH03.:: WOODRUFF State. Fulto .
DR. EATON'SINFANTILE AgentMay be**
due the the business will hereafter
BOX TOMBS. TABLETS HEAD STONES, AcrSf : concern,
19, ISoO. 21. All cornmonieatiofn strictly confidential. **
CORDIAL eJNNO&y Yard near the Capitol Tallahassee, Fla. ducted by me. Those indebted will ple
All! of and
0 prizes 1,000 under. paid immediately
' e' / rfj Work sold as cheap as it can be bad elsewhere forward and settle their accounts. __-
and why because it never fail to afford intata- / Charles M. West : after the drawing-other prizes at the usual time of JOHN CMP1January
4' "(otis relief when given in time. It acts as if bymagic "\ May !5 I, I860. 19-6m forty days.
' : and one trial alone will convince you that $ FACTORS :s DEALER IN 7. 1880. t-ly .

I i what we say is true. It contains AND GROCERIES and PROVISIONS WM. E. ANDERSON..WM. H. MILTON. Our Single Number Lotteries !

Anderson & Milton BLC-.l.G
NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE '
GENERALLY CAPITAL
PRIZE
<>f any kind and therefore relieves by remoriny thtN ftrnrrd l (Commission JIt crcb ants, ALL orders accompanied by the CASH will meet .A."t"torn.cys nt X..L.w, DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.$50,000, ; J ice that he has opened in''v
SHOP
< T 'tmiiiiities. For this reason, it eommeuds itself as NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF, Feb. 11, 1860. 6 rjf Sentinel copy. SOLICITORAs"lN EQUITY WHOLX TICKETS Huns connection with his L STABUS, M wi
I- the only rr/i'aW preparation now known for CIIILi c. F. IIANCKEL, I ..AlarianJadMYl& County. I 74., flO; $5; QOAITIBS |2.50; hare done a kind- Ptt and Carnsgt wok

a flare TKTUIXO, DIARBJTOXA, DTEEXTEET, Curiae ix W. M. TUNNO, I n GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION]I Io AYE formed a co-partnership in the practice of -- _

p Tat BOWILS: Aci_mr OF TOX: STOMACH WIRD, COLD M.: R. TUNNO, f Charleston, 5. F 1 Law, and will attend with fidelity and promptness the twOrders above Schemes for Tickets or Certificates in any of HORSE SHOEING in tie very bed m
W be directed
t- 111 THK HEAD, and Caour,also, for softening the gums, E. W. KOWELL J RONEY & LLOYD'S to any business entrusted to then care in the WOOD EDDY & to O and will use every endeavor t have viii
*
reducing ioflrmstion., regulating the Bowels and relining -_ Circuit: Courts of Jackson, Franklin, Calboun and CO. Wilmington. Del. done with dispatch and I to.g-gf
!
PATENT SOUTlUR.'q'JL.C : WOOD
or, EDDY A CO. St.
Louis
pain: ,it has no equal-being an anti-epasmodic! Washington; in the Supreme Court at Marianna, and Mo. P.
'- itisusedwithunfflingsuccein all cases of CO.N- IN the absence of one of our firm, Meen D. C. : : >""VV in the United States District Court at Tallahassee andApalachicola {3T Circulars containing Schemes for the month January 1. 1852. I B_ _
- A Son of Tallahassee Fix will .
representus will be &f'nt. free of
other by above.
vTLsiOH or FITS. As value the life and expense addressing as
kt health of your children,and wish JOG to save them from receive and advance upon all Cotton designed for Patented Dee 27U, 1859."TTTE I February 41880. a t3T The DrawinCT Wood Eddy & Co.'a Lot- Received
,, us. IIANCKEL. TUNNO &
: NOWELL Jut
, those sad and blighting which i tense are published in the Nsw York 1 .
consequences are certain Herald.< 'It_ '' ) to result! from the use of narcotics of which other Jan. Charleston, S. C. call the attention of the public to oar new FOR SALE.i York Times, New Yorker Staats Zeituns asdtfew Per oky from *" ar
5
28,1860. Sentinel
L, L rnnedif* lor Infantile Complaints are composed,take i fg copy. YV PLOW feeling satisfied that it is the most York Express. of BDIE CRDIL
J none but DR. BATON: INFANTILE CORDIAL, convenient, valuable and economical plow yet invented A HOUSE. AND LOT TOGETHER WITH ASELECT,L&ClAK

: this you can relllJptJn. It is perfectly harmless, Notice. and must, when it has been tried, supercede all Jthe out buildings. which are Notice. Perfect Love Raspberry Sjrp,
I nd cannot injure the most delicate infant Price others. This is the opinion of experienced planterswho pleasantly situated oo the principle Eoee Cdil I Lemon d
! 25 ceiiU. Full direction IUCOUIIl&llyed IX>tLle.- SIX .MONTHS after the first! publication of this have examined it We are are prepared to sell and near the Depot, within a few road&;;I; OIX months after the first publication of this no- Mint d Pin* Appl' d
the Undersigned executor of lie last of the It baa
Will
I call the attention meats walk Capitol .J tic, the undersigned Strawberry
Prepared only patf'IJta.1Wd special: of the public executor of the last Will Anisette do .
byCHUIiCU and testament of N. N. Branch! deceased. late of excellent WELL of good Brand1'11"Kurnel
oo an and testament of
A" DUPONT.No. Lat those wishing may secure them soon. The plow Archibald Grahamdeceased, late Orange f
Leon county will (present bin final account, as such Finit Trees, Ac.,which make it very convenient and or Leon d C 1,
will
411J: Broadway. N Y, can I>e seen at Lloyd,and we will leave patterns county, present bfs! account as snob'xeeutor
executor. to tile Judge of Probate of said county and istiibuled at different desirable to one that may wish fur a pleasant situa to the Judge of Probate Cp
I &>U by AMES i Lnn.r. Tallahaeeee. fr'ls.it ask to be places very soon. of said county and -ALSOA I
divliarged JOHN D. BRANCH tion. CALL SM IT. JOHN BOWMAN.. APP'
March 1" 1860 II ly )1.1,1 HONEY J LLOYD. I AND ask to be discharged. W (I. PONDER, E 'tr. large awrlnient of fine CANPl&c .
; (> 20-Cui Executor Fvb. IS 60 8 W
: Ju; 14, ISoO S-tf Tallahassee. April 14, 15 > 16-6m. March 17. I860. 1-t .


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