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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: August 11, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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BY DYKE & CARLISLE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., AUGUST, I860 YOL XII--NO. 32, '



SEW GOODSFOR AMES&LIYLEy 7 PROPOSED 1RIENDMENTS =MOORE'S- DOUBLE- LOCK STITCH DE CARD ---'

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEADERS IN TO TilE FAMILY\ SEWING MACHINE. DR. T. -Q-.

CONSTITUTION OF TIIE STATE, return r1c ..
NOW IS THE TIME! ,VOt.I.n Esq.,
ADOPTED BT THH NINTh OEHERALAs 4SSJiI'DLY': to the :
fnO pet the most desirable SEWING MA- and Middle and Ea : in Tallahassee as anT-

SPRING & SUMMERAT ; ACT to amend-0-the '8th section of the Ctli JL CHINE ever invented, for famil use. liberal patronage public.LAW respectfully All claim for offers col

THE- article of the Constitution of tho State of PRICE $40, CASH-! the past five or six )' entrusted to him -
w 1))
Florida, Literal deduction to wholtsale pufchasrrt, He will continue to,

CASH & EXCHANGE! RQQMSOF SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate Road{ the following and then call at mv Las profession made such in those the new buiMtng opposite
of Representatives of the State office in tbe Capitol (Southwest corner baie- I I & Co.

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. of Florida in General Assembly convened, anon;), ,od-sec ror yourselves : turers of Dental f. ( 28-6m
That: the 8th section of the 6th article of the I E. L. T. BLAKE I: him to put up full : _
CL emic1M. ,
G. TF: Scott & Co. Oilf Perfumery, Varnish,Surges., Dje-Stoflj I rnrtrnrocntt, &;0. ,Paints, Constitution of this State shall not hereafter Sole owner of the: Patent for the. I dollars popular less modes, at is I! Court.) -/& Equity,
thati>>
-1.180- be so construed as to render any Justice of July 14, 29 State of Florid : ) oiu oi .U\orce.
Brnslm, Comb. and Fancy Toilet Article ; Medicine the Supreme Court, Chancellor or Judge of ami same gubrahieca in the South them i I[ : .-, )

-:0-: : Cheat style t,of with all aim Para fitted Medicinea.O'D'XI. top io complete. this State ineligible to either of theoffice of T.ttt.j".....fB, .1'LA., June 12, l1GO. I tiful and serviceable : I e .viti f4Ction of the Court

rcry variety of Goods required in thisAtI.E1'I1. E.JTOO Justice of tho Snpreme: Court, Chancellor or I hereby state that I purrhasc'l from E. L. I or South, that the defendant in this

: Of Draft, Medicinja, &:., embraces every article Judge of this State! upon the ground that T. Blake, Esq. one of Moore's Sewing )Ia-I Those in need of : : State of Florida, it u
the same is another and different office, station\ I I chines. from the encomiums bestowed him J be had
Judging
required by the Physician, and guaranteed of the .ing n note lo upon the fuels
-:o:- &.t quality. Country Physicians and Planter may or post of honor and emolument. upon it by those members of my family Madison' Flahave before the Judge of the
rtly on baring their ord(.,. filled In the best manner, [[9th General Assembly.> the Senate who understand the use of such things, 1 I to test it before p!,\ State Florida on the
cud at the most reasonable prices. by the constitutional majority January 8, would suppose that said achines I cannot well 4t- The best next, It is further
IDa: [ S3X: March 27. 1860.
1ilIJI! ---- 14 1859. Passed the House of Representativesby be surpassed for simplicity of arrangementand December 25. 18.-> 1 of thl$ order be publish!

WH1TJJ; LEAD, the constitutional majority January 12, betutv. of stitch. I ,Journal once a we k
HEAVY DRY GOODS Zinc 1858.] HUGH A. CORLEY. ) months.
Paints, Colors, &.G. I
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this
'fV E hand hare, for just sale received, the and keep constantly on AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the Fran Mrs. Mary L. Ball, Tallahassee. THE the !style of 29th day of June
on most reasonable terras
Plantation Goods; French and American Zinc Paints English 13th article of the Constitution of this State. I luc been using for some time one of the been dissolved on the :b BAKER, Judge

Boiled and Ratr Linteed Oil, Red Lead, I SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate Moore Machines," and am satisfied that it is business of the late 3m-27.

Litharge and Patent Dryers, Ver and House Representatives of the State of one of the best labor saving machines in use, and HEIR, RUST & -

1\11.0118 diaris, Black Paint, Vamishti Florida in General Assembly convened, That and lake pleasure iu recommending it a< RUST & .\ ? .
Venetian Red, French the 7th section of the 13th article of the Con- such. : -e any demands against.

uud American stitution of this State be so amended as to Sl" RISE, JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLA., ) Tlrllnha sC\ July 2''> !! (' "'. Dabney, late of
-.\ Did1 read, all liabilities of such Banks shall be 'cd called
Ochre, Lamp Black, April 5th 1860. f are upon to
Whiting, Paris White payable\ specie, and the aggregate of the This is to certify that I have one of Moore' CO-I' delay, to the uftdsr-
7NGS American end Fortiyn Blue |I liabilities and issues of a Bank (exclusive ofdcpoite Paten: I'amily: Sewing Machines which has: I THE business: of the of .said"estate ; and all
\) shall at no time exceed double the on a4 ti-ii.il nud entitled
Window persons to
Putty, Glass, Painters been in use! eight month" It will sew mmi
Brushes eftI I'r amount of it.> capital stock paid ill.I .. subscribers, who CII : that their claims and
Craininy Coihbt de kc fv the finest to the coarsest! cloth. Is h: > done-
EMBROIDERIES .AND HOSIERY, March 2T, 1S60./ AMES & LiVEJY; |I [Oth General Assembly.-Passed the Scn1 all the seeing for the family and made all the on the lt instant. at the expiration of
1 ate by the constitutional majority January 4, : within the same
negro clothes/ -will sew with any kind mf ,
QUININE. j 1859. Passed tho House of Representatives Tallahassee} July 21 estate are called
thread. I can iccoinmoud the Machine to upon
'ID@'if [}{]@ 1000 Ounces Sulphate of Quintal.TTAVING i, by the CQn.tiUitional majority January 10, any'person that wants one as being;: as goodas cnt, otbenvise they may

fJ.A bought this article before the advance I 11838,] any in us<. ALFRED 1\Y8uH. '

-. D- i-JL in price we are prepared to cell it on very h'a-I I ALL persuiis \. BLOXIIAM, Adm'r. _
onatle terms. To Physicians and partial in the I AN ACT to amend the amended Constitution MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ALABAMA AT & RUST, 28-8 w
trade who Hunt a quantity fur CASH,can buy of us of the State of Florida in relation to MOBILE. CO.. will call and 'N ---'
LOWBmGHATS aa low aa in any market North or South. TIC "
Match 2-1, 1860. AMES & UVELY. the sessions of the General Assembly. rpll Lectures will commence on the 14th January 1st, by cash ,
SECTION 1, Be it enacted by the Sena'-e JL November next. the first publication of

Congress Water.A and House of Representatives of the Stale of Tho success of the school has induced the Tallahassee, July 21 undersigned, administra
FRESh SUPPLY, just rccei,p4 cud! for sale Florida in General Assembly convened, That '" "" J"- : J. I. L. Green, deceased,
State thou-
to
fi Legislature appropriate fifty JUSf
an. by AMES & LIVELY.
..PS March 27, 1860.SUPEIUOR the members of the House of Representatives sand dollars towards the enterprise. With FINE 'yil1 present! her final ac
shall be chosen by the qualified voters, this sum the Trustees have built one of the GENTS to the Hpn, Judge pf
[CLOTHS & MATTING Burning Fluid,Campbene,Kerosene and shall serve for the term of two years largest and best appointed Medical Colleges '$ do do and ask to be dis
Oils, for sale by from and Gold Spectacles.: !
after the day of tho first election GREEN, Adm'x.
CORNICES &. CURTAINS, Marc!) 27. AMES & LIVELY. in the United States. Gold and Silver
under the amended Constitution I 27-6m.
--- and no The Museum has been selected in
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ill:, E3 Li3: !iU:!.!!!, ; AmesLivcly longer; and the sassions of the General Assembly of Europe with the greatest care, and eerypart is Plated Silver Ware do, ,

shall be annual, and commence on rich in specimens to illustrate depart : at the next session of
call the attention of tbe public to the every l'ocket Cutlejy,
the 3d Monday of November in each I
WOULD
,
Jut of year I ment. Mctttlic Fish Bobs application will be
tilLS &
IRON AND OILS.GROCERIES or at such other times as may be prescribed There three free the of
: to amendment
are large Hospitals low or to
CHOICE FLOWER SEED at
: hi* r ..uu ueo,and the
1SEC. Students. < "
Lychnia Chalcedonies; Rocket LarlmjMir, 2. D. :, father #tnaefrd. 11\1\ f*", I flit: .isMUJA A" |"16'-'iv*n ...... %,...j ..... Tallahassee: July 21 <\t UJr",1-Companies.
Calandrina diacolor, Scbizanthua Pinatua, Representatives chosen on the first opened about the middle of October. \ i : 31 -
"'bntnWrgia Anrantect, Thumbergia Freyeana, Monday in October in each and every second --0FACULTY- has -- -
Dotted Grove Love, Race Spider Plant, from and after the first election under THE undersigned Ti .
Evening Prim Rose. German Aateia. year : has opened a
African, Marygold, Virginia Stock, the amended Constitution, or on such other J. C. MOTT M. D, Professor of Surgery. ing with Mr. Kuhn's ate, the undersigned will

[EapJB1IAND f; Mignonette, Entoco1rcida, day as may be directed by law. J. F. UEUSTISS, M. D.. Prof., of Anatomy.WM. the Exchange,whero,. l and vouchers to
;J Pblox Dnmmondii, Commolioa Caslecti, SEC.: 3. Be it further enacted, That the H. ANDERSON, M. D., Prof.of Physiology ing will bo done with of Leon county, and
Everlasting( P.a, Argemone Mezicana, Senators shall be chosen by the qualified He refer with from the adminis
WBiCULTURAL IMPLEMENTS:0 Eryaemom PerowaV Noliaa Atriplu-ifolia Convolvulus Major, GEO.A. KETCHUM, M. D., Prof of Princi- patronized
CEnothera same time, in the same manner and in the of hi work county.
French
Honejauckle. Liudleyana, ples and Practice of Medicine.F. actor ,
:- Paella Xankinenkin, Pa paver Pupilio, same places where they vote for members of A. ROSS, M. D, Prof of Materia Medica 31'A SMITH, Adm'r.
Sweet Pea. Pheaaant'a Eye, the House of and
Representatives, no person January 8 1858. ll-6ra
tar-jf aittrtmtttt of the abort artielct conHantly Orange Venua Point. Brush Colin) .ia Grindefi..r haH be a Senator unless he be a white man, and Therapeutics _" ,-" "",,
on hand and telling at the Scarlet V u".Pint liruab, Eaehscliokiia California, a citizen of the United States, and shall have F. E. GORDON, M. D., Prof of Obstetrics FOR CE-
Fin Mixed Fox Glove. Mixed Portulaca, and Diseases: of Women and Children.J. .
inhabitant "of this State for I first publication of this
been
Cilu Niela Ilnixinica an two PLANTATION IN
Capitals, J. MALLET: Prof, of Chemistry.
'h. owest CASH Prices.liiMee IJrao<:hiD Larkappr, Purple Candy Tart, years next preceding IjU election, and the GORONWY OWEN, M, D., A. P. HALL, OFFER for sale administrator of
June 19, 1860. 26-tf S".cd Aly aum, Job'a Tearo, last year'thereof a resident of the district or M. P., Demonstrators of Anatomy. I Jefferson county, deceased, late of
StcnarfiaSpecioea, HrliopbyJla Araboldea. county for which he shall be chosen, an4} his final account to
H. D. M, D. Prosecutor of Sur acres of fine Cotton
An,laD boic containing 12 of the most choice va- SCHMIDT of
Leon
: ,
MEDICAL BU1ICK shall ha"e'att3.ined the age of twenty-five .county and
.. this
ieti AMES & LIVELY. gery. and of 500 acres
DR. GEORGE BADGER March 6, 1860. II years. Address W, H. ANDERSON, lies within 10 miles
OFFERS hi. |>rofmlonal. services to tbe citizen SEC. 4. Be it further tna.dtcThat tho PARKHILL, AdmV. I
14 29-3m Dean of Faculty. Georgia Railroad, is
July ,
,.
and larronndiug oouptry.ty Fulton Foundry classification of Senators made at tho first l of 8-6m _
ifiee al the City Hotel. a rgo body good -
sexton of the General held in the HEAD
Jane 5, 1800 B4-tf! Assembly, QUARTERS. the best of timber. .
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA years] 1845; shall}I continue unchanged, one BRIGADIER GENERAL'S OFFICE, ) E, W, GA claims or demands

GEO. WALTONXNIGHT, JOHN CARDY, Proprietor. half of whom, as nearly as possible, shall be Monticelle, Fla., July 5, 1860. J} May 26, 1860.RIChARDSON'S. of George N. Heir, de-
hereafter for the term of .
chosen biennially
lilTORXEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, STEAM ENGINES from 6 to 35 horsepower four Provided however and it it hereby IN conformity with the requirements of an county, are requested to
: ,
I TALLAHASSEE FLA. years Act to the militia of the State authenticated
built to order of the !best material and organize > to the
the of office of ASKS
declared
That term tha.tclass
|(POffii-e at Messrs.Amee & Lively' Drug Store workmanship, and as cheap as can be purchased election of Florida," as adopted by the General l As- the time prescribed by
of Senators tho first
M'y l, 1SCO. 19-Jjr unexpired!' at December 27th 1845 the CONSUMERS of
in New York or any Northern city under the amended Constitution shall sembly, following \ ; and all those in-
\J those desirous of
and laid down in Florida. Castings for SawMills named gentlemen arc appointed Staff Officersto > immediately.
GEORGE S. COLLIES and the first in
extend to expire on Monday should that
the General of the Second good; see
Brigadier Brig- HEIR AdmV.
Gin fec &C. constantly on ,
thrntJ & <<;.rtt1Utll r at Jam Gearing, October, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, chase are scaled with
band.: Sugar Mill,* from 12 to 18 inches in SEC. 5. Be itfurther enacted That tho first ade of Florida Militia, to-nit : : 29-8w_
order. P. A. STOCKTON, of Oadsden, )t J. N. RICHARPSON
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. diameter always on hand or made to election ( under this Consti- .
F'Office the Slate Bant.Kb. Assemblymen R. H. PARTRIDGE: of Jefferson, f _
.21, 1360 evtr 9 i, Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing" for tqtion shall take place on the first Mondayin A iJs-de-<:t as a guarantee of tho the undersigned will
grave yards, &c. October, eighteen hundred and sixty, and alOp of the Goods. and Touchers to
Jobbing work of all descriptions executed I. M. BLAKE. of Leon, Adjutant General ; This caution is of Leon
Fire Insurance the first session of the General Assembly county, as cx-
with peatness and despatch. All orders .d. under this amended Constitution shall commence JOHN M, 1\YSOR, of Jefferson, Brigade sary as large quantities : on the state of V, V,

Bute Fire and Marine Insurance Co., dressad to John Cardy, Tallahassee, Florida, on the third Monday in November in Inspector ; t tive Linens are .." of said county, and ask -

PENNSYLVANIA will "promptly attended to, the year eighteen hundred and sixty-one. JAMES TUCKER, of Jefferson, Brigade. .and} scaled with the ,

VSl'RE against loss by Fire on the usual t-Terma:; (Jallt.S SEC. 6. Be it further enacted, That the Quarter Master\ ; Irish Houses, who, Fx-officio Adm'r
tenw.! F. II. FLAGG Agent. -0SPECIAL- sessions of the General Assembly shall not SAM'L WILLIAMS, of Jefferson, Brigade thus inflicted alike on l 15-6m

_Tallahassee., Dec. 18, 1858. 51 NOTICE. extend over t.b.irty'dall in duration, unless a Surgeon ; and tho manufacturers ,,...-,___
E. J. VANN, of Madison Judge Advocate. .
TfAVINC purchased the interest of Joseph constitutional of the members shall will not readily
| I t ASDrESOK. WM. H. MILTON. Jtl Cardy in the Fulton Foundry, as well as deem it expedient.majority No member shall receive Sail} Staff Officers to take the rank of able while purchasers the first publication of

Anderson & Milton, all accou.nta due the concern, the businesswill from the Stale for his services ,Major. Goods of a worthless executor of

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, hereafter be conducted by me Tho j after the pay expiration of thirty days continuously D. B. BIRD, J. BULLOCKE & J of N. N. Branch,
AXDtOLICITORS I indebted will please' come forward and settle from the commencement of the session. Brigadier General of 2d Brigaiie. 36 county, will present I

IN EQUITY their accou t JOHN CARDY. Sir.: 7. Be further enact d, That the act July 14, J8CO. 29-4t Sept. _24_ _,_ 1839! ._ such executor, to tho .
Mtrianna,Jacltv C...f y,Ft*., January 7, 1860. 2-ly entitled an act to amend the Constitution of v said county and *ek tu

H."E formed a co-partnership in the prac- this State, so as to make the sessions of the Sulphur Springs, New D. .BRANCH. .

(\C Law, and will attend with fidelity Scriven House.SAVANNAH. General Assembly biennial instead of annual, NEW PORT, FLORIDA. 20-6m Executor.-,_

I WJ promptness to any business entrusted to GEORGIA. be and the same w hereby abrogated and annulled 1TRS. L. A. MADDEN respectfully informs RARE .

c, tifir care in the Circuit Courts of Jackson, !RS. S. B. FOLEY, lroprietreas.-Thia so far as the same is inconsistent with ill her (friend and the public who may desire first publication of

*h nllin, Calhoun and Washington; in the M and elegant Hotel, fronting Monument the provisions of this act. to Titt the SULPHUR SPRINGS for BEG leave I will present

: M-reiae Court at Marianna, and in the UniwJJUtes new Square, is now in complete order, and [Passed the House of Representatives by health or pleasure,that she has had the Wa- I tion of the citizens vouchers to the Judge
District Court at Tallahassee and the constitutional majority January 15, 1859. tailla HOTEL put in good order, and is counties
ready loaccommodate in fine style the traveling pre joining to thp : > as cxccntor of top!
, V chicola. Passed the Senate by the constitutional ma- pared to accommodate them with Board and possession of a ,'daca&sed, late of said
\ 6 public. jority January 15, 1859.] Her table will be with '
February 4, 1860.- The Rooms arc large and airy,and the Table Lodging. supplied SPRING AND discharged. .
1 rirr: iifcii ARCHER.PAPY&ARCEtER to Hotel North or South. the best the market atfoJ'W.-inclojing FRESH ), FIShIER, Ex'tr. ..
fully equal
Fun,8 splendid any four horse Omnibus is always OFFICE OF TUB; SECRETARY OF STATE, ) PISH. The Bath House at the tipper spring: Dry Goods, Clothing, 18-6m :

: the Depot and Steamboat Landings Tallahassee, March 19th, 1860. f Is in fine condition for bathing, and has given I cy Goods, Straw
ATTORNEYS AT LAW at and from tho Hiuse, I hereby certify the foregoing acts entitled satisfaction to all who may Have visited the Groceries and E. -
to
Tallahastft, Florida. to carry passengers usual An Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th Springs this season. 29 July 14, I860. Watches and first publication of tlii.
half the rates
at
of the Constitution of the State of *
M 28WM. article I offer of the
9, 1859. June 23 1860. 20-3ro which at I executor .
FOR SALE.
Florida, *An Act to amend the 7th section Grateful for tho : Archibald Graham,
I.-II.
MCDONALD
Abbtrtising sift tetmissurn: Jirast, VALUABLE State,""An Act to amend the amended Constitution three miles East of Tallahassee. It continuance of upon the executor,to the Judge

NO 102 NASSAU STREET, FOR SALE. of the, State of Florida in relation" to.t.be consists of 600 acres cleared land' and 240 in. lie to call and give us and ask to be dia?

slEw TO K. tullE Plantation known as the *Wl1takerPlace" } sessions of the General Assembly, to be true timber. LAW PONDER, ExHr..
and correct: copies of the original acts on file New quarters, &c. ApplJ'to m
JL sale The land lies
: ertiseraents will be received as above, is offered for April 14,1860. 1D-rn
'r publication! in this pape.r.ll about 8 miles North of Tallahassee, and consists in this office. C. B. GAMBLE,

.\ 20, 1859. 84MBE of 2,280 acres of as good Cotton Landas Witness my official signature: or T. J. PR1INS. ,
/ -' t -''''''' there is in Florida. The dwellings and F. L. VIIIEPIGJJE, .Tallahassee, May 26, 1860. 22: APPLICATION date the undersigned
; other buildings are in fine condition and are Secretary at State. final accounts and yoach-
THE price of LUMBER Jt.ouuevera1 mills March 24 I860. 13 Im NOTICE.!
The is offered for State of Florida for Probate of Leon tQQDTV
unusually good. property
l'ft* respectively, after this day, will be 112.50 sale for division among the heirs. For particulars FOR SALE, A PPLICATION will be made to the next commencing at some estate of Lewis P. HdiaT< '.-.w _
thousand. Terms Cash on Delivery. apply to OWE HOUSE AND LOT ON MONROE 1JL session of the General Assembly of this or between Dner said county, and idft$ -

. R. W. B.HODGSON, L. H. }3. WHITAKER, Enfidd N. c., X Street, now occupied by P. B. Brokaw, State for a Charter for a Railroad from the comnect with the Pen. -: -:

L. C. LAVENDER, or E. W. GAMBLE, Tallahassee Fla. &"1' D. B. MEGINNISS. waters of the St Johns to Indian River. direction of AD""Y, Executrix.' : .4 '?:;.."/.

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Senatoi: Toombs did not 'say It. withdrawal from Mr. Tyler's Cabinet when The Troubles,in Texas. I "An; -Old -Line- Whig.:"- -l{ -( -' -- -- -- .

11( Igbia1t I nuruaLI A ttatetnrnt L& been made in some of the be exercised that power upon the passage: of Whet the Telegraph first announced the I MESSRS. EDITORS : I have been a quiet LLTEI I

t _. ::1:1t' Opposition newspaper, and repeated by .Mr.Vtlk. the U. S. Bank bill. Abolition incendiary acts in Texan, many of looker on of all the moves and machinations: "\ ::
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of
t TALt.AnA.8tEn : "\ Call in Lis speech at the Capitol on Mr. Lincoln believed Congress bad the our citizens looked upon it as a hoax. The of every for some party time every past shade I have of political been trying belief > GiSTE .

9th mat that Mr. Toombs !said. in to prohibit slavery in the Territories, letter from my power
Thursday, power following a gentleman formerly a to see if I could safely and honorably remain>I and

t'I 3ATURDAT, AUOU3T' 11th, 1860.DEMOCRATIC"NOMINATIONS. ... his speech at Warrenton that Mr. Bell was and that it ought to be-exercised for that resident of Tallahassee, and well known and longer with my first love without dimrt. 11 J I j I citizens of :anDt'

--- =-. = ; = as sound on the slavery question as he v av purpose. respected throughout the State confirms the was born, cradled and reared a Whig, and j!i It would I ;:

The Federal UnhtCtujt: Mr. Brtckinridge, however, denied: cither telegraphic statements: Lave passed through the otel of that party. meet them dbe'

.t FOR PRESIDENT: : M We have Mr.'Toomb own authority for the Congress or the Territories to presenting as many phases as the moon,until ,tent contest ::
HON.: JOHN C BKECK1NRIDGE power GALVISTON, TK.XAS, July 26th, 1860. I have, firmly made my determination to be ,
''I \ that he made such statement. nary party hoJo I
!saying no prohibit sla'erp-an.1 that was in accordance Editors Floridian tt Journal : cajoled by it no longer. For the safety t>f'!i heretofore i I

or ttisTccxr. -o- ith the decision of the Court. .Co!. I abandon it and if I!
i w Sprcmc Enclosed I send yon a strip cut from the my country ; my country, tiny of the i Jou"
Opposition Meeting in Tallahassee. denied the that Me. Breclc- own dear) native country, forgive me I!
r FOR VICE PRESIDENT: : Anderson charge Galveston News. It shows that my 'i | justice and
conclusively
\ A mass! meeting of the Opposition was now. my solemn tow dice alone and
slla11.tit1
Disunion candidate and called
was a wrong
.q GE. JOSEPH LANE, last 4th inst-, inridge the abolitionists are at their hellish w ork in State Rights Demotats, found. I ,
4 held in thi.< city on Saturday: it 'i L the triumph > c
where be fO\1nd-
to
for the proof was
or ouovtf. for the of nominating candidates for our midst. Several fires occurred at various know my old Whig, Know Nothing or Union election of
purpose purely not in his letter of acceptance, nor in Northern brethren will stigmatize me a nt,t
... RANDALL points in Texas on or about the a turn declaration !
., ,- FOR PRESIOE5TIAL:: ELECTORS : the Legislature, Judge presiding anything that he has written! or !spoken be- but I can tel them it is not badly turned, the rights
time, (July 8th) viz : at Denton, at ,
same
I Eatl W. and T. Williams acting as Secretary. and while have turned mine
-GEO. CALL, of Nassau.Middle \ fore or since his nomination. only ome, i Lincoln and i fl
'. .' -i. P. ANDERSON, of Jefferson. Wilk. Call, the Elector of the Constitu Palo Pinto, Dallas, and several other locali. they have turned theirs a good many time ;i ''ba to be t )
We nlcoscd vith Col.! Anderson'sstraight ]
: heat -J. M. GORRIE, of Franklin. tional Union party for Middle Florida, being were }! ties.: !. and this I hope shall be my loot turning, forI t': dancrer full :
forward course in examining the different head and 'never could affiliate with old party: anJ tions
the
Let McKinney and Blount my I ;
f FOR ALTERNATES: : called for speech.. He "
: present, was upon
positions occupied by the various can- feel a real clear conscience. And even now of
I I- LastJAMEs (JETTIS, of Ilillsborough. said that the to which he belongedrrprcsented front of this assault upon our rights come, i porters : i
party nobody can ttll what the old Whig} party is, in the
) didates. In Col. Anderson the Democracy take .
MiddleV. II. MITCHELL and will welcome them with the rifle the
of Madison. idea- sentiment-a principle we ,
a aims all
au what it
at to
-
: "PeltDlLuN of Middle Florida have able ndtocat*, who or except opposition ohat ( the :
JORDAN of Escambia.FOR an
J. ; that the Democratic party, South and bowie knife and the stake. The upper courtt tends to the safety of the country. Fare-I of the X eI I

FOR ASSISTANTS t North, for the lat ten years, had advocated vill successfully guide them on to victory."STILL try is much excited. Yours in haste, welt Whig party,farewell! Dyed and Luric and the j

I East -iJi if. GRVHAM, of Levy. I -o- TEXAS. i coats of paint and rubbish ; sibility]l uitM
two sets of doctrine, Squatter Sovereigntyand : 11.\nPI. G ON MY DAUGHTER" :
J. L. TATCM, of Monroe. parting counsel, embrace the States Rights I tT, nization.
5? ..VicldlRlclunD .BRADFORD, of Madison. non-interference. The South had U.oght The Sentinel keeps up the cry of Disunionists The Abolition Plot-Secret of the Fires.A Democratic majority platform and no longer I i Dougla>,

.' Jr.,1thue WELCH, of the North the doctrine of quaer Sovereignty I'Ttil1st Democratic candidates: in Florida letter received at the office of the State make your conntr bleed. I friends at (
|
.c. --0- bnt when the Derjocrapy met in Con- though it has not one word rebuke for Gazette by the last mail from Dallas, details Hurrah Breckinridge and Lane I i Southern, t I

FOR GOVERNOR : \ention at CharlMon, the South turned L Mr. Wiggins, the Union Elector! of the East, the particulars of a most diabolical Abolition i A 'lO WITH TiE PAINT O'F. that j houI 1
I J 0 ::a: JSr :MX: :LTC> Nor plot in Northern Texas.: It is from Dr. Pryor j his
b << JACKSON: Ct>UKTr.fUK round and 'Icmanded of the North to rc- nor Gen. Call, and others in the Oppositionrank of the Herald. Democratic Meeting In VTakulIa. |, tice of their 1p

l1Jtt.I\r.;:):') : nonnro. Uto ilrwtrtncs the had l been taught who} advocate immediate secession from The particulars briefly are, that the fires j I Pursuant to previous call for the drawal from ,

I: :R. : rnTcxN-; and, instead of it, to preach and practIce h tile tmon in inc en'".% .,/ .!... eketionofltr. occurring in various parts of the country on 1 of ratifying the nomination of Breckinridge purpose i the success d 1
D3.or doctrine of Protection. The North refused Lincoln without for i the 8th inst., aroused l the attention of the ,
LION CVSTT.S :' :;; waiting any aggressive and Lane for the Presidency and Vice Presidency -I of t

the could not consi:>tently juicsce. The action on the part of his ndmini tration people. and nominating candidates for the : uance in
LEON On the 12th inst Mr. Crill Miller's, house I S
COUNTY NOMINATIONS.( I I
..,1' South; seceded. Both parties adjourned toBaltimore. against! the South.} The last Sentinel has ancxtrn.ct was burned. Suspicion fastened on his ne- I! for State the Legislature House. one for the Senate and one ment to t

\ FOR BTATK HE NATO It : One portion nominated Mr. taken from the Savannah Georgian, groes. They were arrested, and in the course 'i! the .
On motion of Col. Win. W. Anderson,! fold ; ,iet
;: P. n. BROKAW._ .. Douglas, the other made haste to nominate while Mr. Hilton was editor which says : of the examination the particulars of the plot Judge len<.Jeron was called to the Chair-| Mr. ol- 3U 3l l

Mr. reckinrillI'; who} }!a.i! always been arj I I'c believe ,'itla1\Ir) \ Toorabi, that ike cry of were elicited.It who: upon taking the Chair stated the objectof on us-it s
i lOft ASSEMBLTMEX: : Union it a niakked bntttry, from behind which the was determined by certain abolition! t
J. B. j advocate (If f S<|tiattcr Sovereignty; iiistr.id olj f ri litu of the South ar. lo be assailed. Wi believe who from the the meeting. tion, that e
GALBRAITII, I J. J. WILLIAMS: preachers were expelled country -
,
f AVIN OLIVER,. I I Dr. A. S.'COLE. j uniting upon J(.hi Bell, why had fur year 5 tint.. the. Union. ia the Moloch: upon "., 1..l5c altar theeivilivtut.n !last" year, to devastate, with fire and as I I On motion John Iutclins ""a rC1It-'t effort : { \
j and It to act of the
well-heir of the slave to I tsaxi only
5eit. ire
j been an advocate 1 of 1'iott.i-tioii... He said In offered in ncrifice." j nation, the whole of Northern Texas, and &Srcctuy..
-- up Wm. then introduced to 1 confidence,
: THE FLORIDIAN for ths CAMPAIGN. i j that in Kentucky all the old! Ic-adcrs of the when it was reduced to a helpless condition (01 \: i
Now
here is a mere expression (If f an opinion t meeting, who made an eloquent and fore-1!li i.tlItcst:
We will send the Floridian for the Campaign i(I Democracy were I Douglas men, while the as to what were the objects of those who: a general revolt of the! slave, aided by the ;ible address in behalf of the Democrats and j I To urge :
white of the North in midst
: which will embrace a period of about i I l leading men .-f :111., Urwkitiridjyc were men onr was to II for I'reckinridjfc and Lane, with applause'tf (Georgia; c
party loudest in
live months at the i were their cry of devotion to the come off on the day of election in August.The I the ,
following reduced rah s- from meeting. I
Oid Line \Vhiijs and Know Ni.thivZ.: In Lllion-bnt nothing is said about di--anion. object in firing the town of Dallas, '
barely suflicient to remunerate us for the Some discussion took plaee as to the manner -I with theirs
expense : I! short, the sjH-wh. was a Crt rate Douglas And yet the Seutiiul copies it as an evidence was: to destroy the arms, and ammunition: of making the whether by threaten l :

To a Club of 3, to the same po t-office, *Z I one, though .Mr.I Call: toM uat. the %ominencement that Mr. Hilton in this extract, advocated and provisions known to be collected here.- tote district (by nomination vote of all tie delegateshw perity-to j

X M ft M M M 31 of it that he did not so intend it disunion. The stores throughout the country containing in which Atulet-. .Maj. ear- of
But }he present 'i.
did the state
rrcs
.. suppose !sautt and lead to be burned.] with the : CoY \
4 I powder were ,
7, 5 and that lie should inpjcn and others i, 'r"n the vote pithless ."
It rp-crie to himself the of affairs do tok I" i :
not exist now, which exited inlsat1ough and thus reduce this of the
.
grain, portion t
10, 7M I: l being] taken by the ::1 usa Jeride.Ithat t't:. -tn
u 20", .* 12 I right to take during the campaign whatever : Major Ward, with luaiy Op- country to helplessness. When! this wa.ac- all the Democrat; meeting present shoUid have i :.1' '.> tl j Scp

And to subscriber nut! i i position: }he might; s cc proper. his present joMtion and Democratic complibhcd, assistance was' expected from the \"ote-the .
a single we send until I gentlemen evidently ballotting then commenced ana n.MtilUd .,.:." i'-!' :
the first of January for 1 j I j! purj[o."<- was merely to hww v !bat he con fear that as bad, if not a worse state of things Indians and Abolitionists.Each in the nomination of II. H.Valker for'j,) i her ei : :
I I has
tThe cash must inrariably accompany sidered the itK-onsKtenty of the Suuthcin! will come upon us in the event of the electionof white county a special superintendenta the Senate,and James P.Carter for the House. j nizo an (, 1 i'
man: -and each !laid oft into districts
the order or thefaper It'illllot be Ient..O i 1 Thomas L. Barry, Chairman of the committee I '
'I- Democra -y. IIcwoiill I not II..W. nor during Mr.[ Lincoln, and they think the South under the supervision of a white titan, o\ IeI
draft resolutions
--Political--- -- Discussion. 1 j.I the campaign;; indulge in any charges cf -hould be pn'l'ml: to meet it. who controls the actions of the negroes in > of appointed our filings to in regard to the nomination cxprcsite -- e-( :: \\ -! neur t

There will b. a Political Ji cu Mon at each of the i j j want of patri<>ti.Mii a :aitiht them. -0- that district. The negroes are not permittedto of tho Richmond Convention, made the uI'i :the

fallowing named places ou the respective! Jays nt:n Mr. Call is an (':,->y and fluent speaker, and Dell's Soauducs know what is doing outside of their immediate following report : I deeply ,

( was listened to with marked 1 attention. At On the 28tl January*, 1810, Mr. Johns.n sphere of action. Many of our most Rescued, That we cord'ally ratify: nnd endorse the (.;m.a. ;; p
Miccocukie, citizens be assassinated
Saturday, llihMottictllo prominent are to ,
MouJay, August" 13iliIViokcenali ; the cftnclusinii: IIf }his I'I|MVT'I! Lc was macitalauled introduced the following amendment in the when making their escape from tlc flames of the nomination of Jom! C. B ctkinilcfor ; my native
Tuf day. 14th I II louse of : and carried President and (:In. Joseph L:ne for Vice
by hi's r...Iiti'LI friend.! Representatives, being their burning homes. Arms have been discovered ,
New Port, Wednesday J5th ; l President of the United States and that
Pautuut. Thur.JI", .. 10thCoocordia I The meeting) then I proceeded I to nominate, has been since known a* the 21st Kule. It in the possession of negroes, and the will use all honorable! means to, secure their'H Ti Messrs. j

Satorday 18th i candidates for the L'u-lature." The Senatorial wu in the following language : I whole plot ofi insurcction: reveled for a general election iu November next.Rero1d. R. f

.; I Quincy C1tt&hOOChie.ThUIaaV.Monday. *". 2Ut22J SOlIt; nomination being first in oidtrr, Gcn.Shine's "Tl.at no petition, memorial or resolution, civil war at the August election. That wo fully ratify our State 1 .
I write in haste
; I I ; we sleep our arms! ,
Ridl.JI\illr, W.dnei4sy, name was mentioned. The General: : i I or otlu r paper, pra ing the abolition slavery and the whole country i is! deeply upon excited.- I n.mittion'* (or tn\ernor and Congress, and.I D

'5 Fairprivileg.; will b. extended to S. ukt'.. of a;! in the District. of Columbia, or any State or will heartily: support the nominations. 1107,. 1.
asked leave to decline. He said he could Many whites are implicated whose
names arc
., I I
panic Territory, or the slave States! or Territories Wm. II. Fisher that the proceedings
not spare the time from }his I.UMHCS=* t to canvass of the United States, in which it now exists, yet unknown to the public. Blount and McKinney { CoT of this mo'c published in the tutor: of er

( DEMOCRATIC APPOLNTMENTS.One j; the county <'loring the campaign, nor to sha 1 be received 1 by this House or entertained the Abolition preachers are expectedwith Floridian & Journal.! Yon say i 1
force be here that time.- latioii 1r
or more of the Democratic candidates attend to his leclath; c duties if elected.i .- in any way whatever." a large to at On motion, the meeting then adiin"--1 iiuw 1a.t.I-frivn4s'p.
*
We l
I are expecting the worst ftud -- -- .
4- ; for Governor, Congress. ., or Presidential Elec- I I one said hi> friends would work for The policy contained in the !il ove rc olu- :1.. .D "..... --r \.-=-I'I! sot-tn., W:e m"yIla'e I. r. nn.MJriKS( Of; Chm'n.JOHN and Vice '
ton, will aauro* HCTCHISSOX
., .
and "Ii. KA foUowj!: ;, I. II. .. .- .- .- -.. J.imr niru |tl 'p.T ID itself trust VffATC to call ou the lower counties for assis Sec'y.0 be gla.1, if sII
times places, viz: i iV -
f .]fMi* county at Yolu ia, :Monday, Aug. 6. I j''Shine was nominated i by ao'i amazed how any man pretending stand L 'ta'lce-no one can tell. All is confusion, ex I [From-the Evening New ] that I

Putnam co, at Pilatka, Thul1'daI1: 0 : .tcccptcd the liOinii.ati and aid he wouM I I upon the platform of equal justice to all sections citement, and distrust. I DOUGLAS) COMING SOtTH-HOW HE APPEALS The ;

St. Johns co., at St. Augustine:Saturday, i do the best he could. could for a moment hesitate to give bis I TO THE NORTHERN HEART. sition, and | If
III TWO ABOLITIONISTS HUNG. tendered
Aug. The meeting then proceeded to nominate unqualified approval, thus giving his influence The telegraph announces that the friends
4 Duval to. at Jacksonville 13 NEW ORLEANS July 31. advices j proper itt
-
Monday, Aug, in the By received of are so elated with his stump-suc-
Clay co., at Court House, Tuesday, Aug. 14 I candidates: for the Legislature. A number throwing distracting question out here from Texas., we learn that two Dua North, they will send him also to not have b

Alachua co.,Orange creek,Thursday, Aug. 16 : of those! nominated withdrew their names. of the political arena and securing peace and I Abolitionists: who were caught distributing j' the South. Let every Southern man read I could

Marion co., at Ocala, Friday, Aug. 17 Upon balloting, the following gentlemen were harmony to opposing elements. And yet we arms among the 5Ia'C8TCre arrested and I the following from Connecticut, and then give Douglas rr. 1i

Alachua co., Micanopy\ Saturday, Aug. 18 declared nominated : Col.! William M. Maxwell find the name of BELL placed in opposition t hung in that State. him such reception a he deserves : to Mr. 1:

Levy co., CQurt House, Monday, Aug. 20 Joel C. Blake, Esq, G>!I. Joseph II. to it, side by side with Adams, &'ith1ins,p I [Frum the Springfield Republican, JR', 21 ] cal'cd my tote the : ..'
Alachua at Gainesville 21 I MORE
co., Aug. 1 ABOLITION FIRES IN TEXAS.
Sladu and other abolitionists THK NEW DOUGLAS. The '
Xewnansville 22 Alton and Junius L. Taylor, Esq. of the like good effects of the Senate
Aug.
ti. I NEW ORLEANS, August 2. We have | into I
just\ coming with the
slave
4 New River co., at Lake Butler, August 23 The ticket is a good one. The nomineesar stamp ; and now we are asked to sing peans received the from i antagonism power, Differing 1II
startling news Texas that; and of with the sentiment
,. r Columbia co, at Lake City, Friday Aug. 24 ? men of energy, and will use their utmost II praise to this "Southern man with Northern fires, the [work of Abolition insurrectionists! ,, j[ of associating the country, are richly anti-slavery manifest in-I

Suwannee co., at Court itouse, Saturday: 25 J exertion for success. It behooves our Democratic I principlc.-Sce Cluskey's Political Text still continue to devastate various portions of f i i i Senator Douglas. At the rate he has gone protection I could i

All Aug. candidates intitcd to ( nominees and their friend to be up Book. that State. Sc\"erallarge flouring and lumber I on in the last month} if we could keep him with Mr. i I(

unite in opposition the appointments are equal terms.'' and doing. and not rely with too much con- I --0--- mills were burned on the 26th ult. The i j i travelling through Ness- England a fortnight without} : J Ji'
upon The Irrepressible Conflict. loss is estimated at $100,000. The incendia- j longer, he would be making first rate antislavery iof I having
for free discussion. fidence the Democratic and
-_- j upon strength Within the week past (says the S.uannah; I ry-a negro was caught attempting to fire a speeches on high moral for the i'I I
':"= :O: == = -1
:' the justice of their cause. With proper exertions building in Georgetown, Texas, and confessed I Audiences educate speakers well I
DEMOCRATIC: ME... ING AT TIlE C.U'- News of the 4th inst.,) we have received accounts $as as speak j I I would
ITO L. I this ticket can be beaten by a haii'l-) that he was incited to do the deed by the ers audiences. Mr. Douglas' speech here
j of serious abolition i
disturbances in publicly
I Abolitionists who
prowl around the settle- yesterday showed that he was finding the
..t There will be a Democratic: Meeting at I i >omc majority.I Virginia, Mississippi, Kansas and the Cherokee ments. way to the Northern heart ; he never staUd I\i have been
1 the Capitol on this EVENING, Aug. 11,1860,1 -oI I
Nation, where a fierce conflict is his Popular 1
going so boldly
I 8ol'eregntdotrine
I at 8 o'clock for the purpose of organizing a I Public Speaking. I 'The in Texas is lecting
between! the pro-llavery and struggle between slavery andfairZ. ; was to for
6n brore vote
pi & Lane Club. A full attendance 1 1is anti-slavery interesting
Breckinridae I ..Mr."ilk.. Call and Col.! Anderson, the and freedom slavery that killeth and freedom see how he the i it
vp of
t. desired. COME ONE COME Jattcr incited and turnf Nortler form most :
particularly parties, iuC urged on to
j that maketh
a1i\"e.-N
Whig and Democratic Electors for the Middle I : Y. Tribune. i so as to applause antislaverysympathies been a

I ALL 1860. I District, addressed the citizens at the open war by abolition emissaries from the i Thus Cooiy: moralizes tho Tribune over the S 1 of the crowd. All else was cold to the

: August, lost. North. In addition to these we have accounts news of the John Brown plot recently developed fodder (or audience :and for him, and he was: The ,
-- '- -=-=- -'- --cc--z I Capitol on Thursday i
? 0'OTICE.A meetibg of the Breck- : Mr. Call opened the debate. We have of extensive incendiarisms in Texas, in Texas. As the Tribune considered t fairly starved into a left-handed Republicanreasoning AI tion at I

inridge and Lane Club tvill be held on Saturday with developments of a plot for a general insurrection Brown a patriot," of course it endorses all I in order to feed and be fed. So I,I. ed are, L

night, 28th inst. Speakers will be appointed I not the time nor space to #give anything likea throughout Northern Texas headed I such attacks as that in Texas as right in the ip i too, how deftly and sweetly he spoke of our; crab, and

for the occasion. Ladies and the full synopv of their argument: Mr. Call abstract. Tho Tribune speaks of {reed om" NessEn.vland emigrants to Kansas-men self.

4' public generally arc invited to attend. I haid the Breckinrid!!e and Lane party was a by abolitionists from the free States. as applied to white men and negroes as all the i whom he has denoncc even within a year,!

Aug. 8th, 1869. sectional party, and th"t tin-. real object of its It will be remembered that Redpath, who same. If such be the case, then Washington I in the U. S. Senate as pauper vabond upon

-=-=-- -=--.;: =- -'= had an active part in plotting the John and Jefferson, and all our revolutionary fathers and the off-sconring of been
I leaders was disunion. lie from the
o To (he Patrons of the Floridian & Journal quoted' Brow raid, gave warning in a speech delivered were the most consummate scoundrelsthat I population. Then how courteously} and gentlemanly I- yield them
and Postmasters. i Charleston Jlfrrrury and from letters from a ever existed, because theydid not set he spoke of his poltical opponents-

,r# By the lo. of the BOOK of the rtUblialiinent i number of leading men in Alabama, Georgia at an abolition meeting in Ashtabula their negsoes free when they issued the Dec. the vel\"et-tonguc E\"eret cold not have

( every iJenct of indebtedness i ia drktroyed. There i I and South Carolina to prove this charge.lIe .- county, Ohio, last spring, that the end was !laration of Independence.: Y. Day Book. surpassed or mariner in this re

:. ,. were ihotinaJ .ue ..-th. bard earning of many said that they were disunionisU a not yet, that there was no security for the --0- spect. Yet, the country knows 1 o v different
upon South and that ACOUST 7th, 1860. this is from the style in which he has
.Mr.
It tbia in hti could an insurrection
year- were our )0 MESSRS. EDITORS accustomed to of to his
without very great incobvvnienee ; but we can present cale and more fearful in its : I see in the last Sentinel speak or opponents In
Mr. Bell from the charge of abolition consequenceswas : Coarse brutal and in his
an attempt to misconstrue the true vulgar, brow-beating ,
We iu th mean
no accuuota. rely solely l matter on then .
I and tend
the recollection of those who are our debtor. What. proclivitie.and said that his record showedhe being planned would soon take ing of my letter of the 19th. I stated that discussions with them in the Senate or upon a
;
*c seer tbt'11B1111"t'mit. .hall be coiuidercd full nc-I was as sound, if not sounder, than the majority place. There can hardly be any doubt that Gen. Milton was not my first choice, but circumstances the stump, denunciations and epithets have I following

..itlaucc: and we appeal to them to respond without I IdrIlY | platform, and quoted Messrs. Hill and the recent demonstrations in Virginia, Texas, had BO altered tho state of affairs heretofore been his chief weapons of attack:
Mississippi[j Arkansas and the Cherokee Nation that I shonld support the nominees of the S I and defence. If the old Douglas was not an i
Surely iVm ia a time, of all .her, when j Toombs as authority. \
are parts of the general system of abolition Democratic party, and l I now hope the Sentinel illustration of The Barbarism of Slavery,"I asking me :
delinquent patrons may be thus appealed: to. j' Co!. Anderson replied. lie said he would
warfare the South will be able to understand position.- the new Douglas certainly 18th and
upon inaugurated by my i a i1tratlon I ,
We would be glad if Po.tmau.ters: would furnikhvis : )
examine the merits of all the candidates tor old Brown and his associates, and which it u : I am not before the people as a candidate for of the refining reforming influence c f of

: with a hit o/auliacribcnat their respective: offices, President and Vice President. The South the determination of his survivors to con : office that the Sentinel should take so much I ToughL' words, maner are all It would
t I lid,ubcribcri themselves: are invited to lend their I I in old
should understand where each stood. lIe tinu(. pains defining my whereabouts. Let it be changed te -ring the new! our
.
with wluttvcr data the time of
to
own names,
for its Editors
With such practical developments of the enough to know that I will not
called attention the fact
to that Mr. C. had
mmeneemtiit of their subscriptions, BLOWING.The .
amoustpsii I jAc. Ir. "irrepressible conflict" before us, the : only vote for, but will do all I can, by fair occasion
they may recollect, or bo ia poaawaiou of. j I'I'f.ur omitted to mention the Black Republic of the South should be united and vigilant people means, to secure the election of the ticket.I .-. New York Herald of the 29th nIt, portion of
she prevent one or both of the editors of thefloridta I as being in the field and he have desire to be drawn commenting the $ the Louisville :
party appealed I in the defence of their common interests and I no into a controversy upon brags o fail to give

will be found at the Stntintl Office. I to the people not to lose sight of this fact common ..safety. ._There should be but one of this kind, but had rather leave it forthose Demorat that Dougl will carry Cnneci- man of oar

-- ---- when they cast their suffrages, but to unite party at the :South, and that should be tbeparty : .' who have a taste for such amusements. Mie Hapire Rhoe Iland, very !
Scnalor MaLLORy has arrived at Pcncacola. of the South, to demand a recognitionof ; JESSE M. ROBERTSON. Pennylrni New &e.says : I. vention of
that who stood
'V on man for the ;
of
up rights of
plain sober conclusions
lIe i is in good health. our just right to the equality, security and -0- I my mind >
aAh the South. the The from the state of facts around na will[ 1
o protection guaranteed by Constitution, Democracy of Duval county haveorganized existing Democratic

: Zr We notice that Col. Goo. W. Call, the Mr. Douglas said Congress had not the -0--- a Breckinridge and ,Lane Club.-: be a sufficient. answer this ridiculousblowing. date must >

to interfere with in the Territories We authorized This is a move in the right direction and We thus predict that, should Mr. benefit
Elector for the East, has been appointed as power slavery are to state that arrange- we be in the l, of
member for this State on the Central Committee but the Territories themselves could ments for carrying through freights on the hope to see the example thus set followed by Douglas this continue fiel to the end '' that of
I- Pensacola and Georgia and Florida Atlantic I .the Democracy in every county in the State o cmpaig carry any one Hoping
do so, indirectly, by refusing to police the :
- of the National States Rights Democratic paw and Gulf Central Railroads have been made Much can be accomplished by a thorough ?, nor any other State in harmonious
,
laws for its regulation. This had been aptly and effective the Union The contest is between Breckinridge L-
Party. between the organiution.-.EcUt Floridian :
satisfactorily two i ,
I- --o- called a short cut to the Wilmot Proriso and as there is only 32 miles gap between Companies the, I Aug. 2. factions and supporting Lincoln, and Bell the, several pries or your

The I'oluntccr'u a Urge and spirited Democratic Mr. Bell said Congress had the power to roads, which is being closed up at the rate of PERSONAL.-His Excellency, Gov. M. S. GniI Smith, are but, (the Douglas odds, and nand

e paper jut started in New York city aboluh it in the District of Columbia, and if three and a half miles per week, the Company Perry arrived at this place on the 26th ult, of Dce of power here and there, end i. Exlra 1

by C.'E. L. Stuart, who recently retired from Congress can do so there, every one must admit expect to complete the line through between and took the cars the following day for hit either for Lincoln or operating (ern Cd,

tho fffi hfej&f 2Tl Daily Arnri. Uc flies it can abolish or prohibit it in the Territories meantime the 1st and 15th of October. In the residence in Alachua.-Ib. wilfully or ignprantly. Let Brecknrdge"I I, "Te
i will be is
arrangements made haul a
to
), $ and Lane, antf has in the Navy Yards and Hov. D., L. Yctix. :This distinguished I parties or factions.withdraw their ndwe
; the $ of" Brcckinridgc upon ship goods with dispatch over the gap until the gentleman arrived in the Gordon on the 31st I. shall have a fair fight 'In tckt it I is r J popvrfar '

: r" <:. -*. Icttvi:"from "twenty ,counties reporting the board. Again: he was opposed to the exer connection is complct\ L-Madison J.ltl6rn ult. :We are pleased to find him in po&>csbion -, the very of foolishness to any talk of elect : rescntatiTca !
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, frt'JII rte AU I wndna Cu.ttc of Saturday.TtcTrccbUsatOcccqaan. I The Nashville Patrot a Bell and To tile Editor of ,A. Sntine,?. : A Glorious old Fashioned Democratic CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.! .
Telegraphic.NORTH .
I Everett organ, on hearing o the repoit of the I SIRS-:My attention lisa been called to the fact that, Rally. TallahasKC at 4'rtn!ltoJa &: Cwgfa ,
iamoiethnn on inntaoce m.l! in dUtaur
1'11rJU:. the committee Charles ? papf.1rt'nf of Gadsden CAROLINA ELECTION.
THE i: icnoN ot majority platform by at am I(A hiring drrhred maelf ( The Democracy and Liberty 4

4th of July 1 1i.:.* tli? IJX1 1!Pub.- ton, said "that it is a repudiation of both 'iPdr81d Inc atid the Dt-yrcTaiic plutform. I counties met in Convention last Saturday, and AcocsTAAug6.: Petersburg Express RAIL ROADS.

On i:e"vboni :'1fltI srxty n->'.I in the] .n-' Squatter Sovereignty). and the doctrine of un--I toul.1 savor too niucli I of vtuitj to sojirKwe that my was one of the largest meetings of the'party contains returns from thirty-nine counties O N ar.l a'ter M'IIoJa'a! July :JlSW, ,Ttainswfl, -
of instituted an a.sociatioaati.e.i I position were o f mf moment I a guido to theta, ever held in this county. which give a net gain for Pool of four thou ri.ssf4lvs : ,

:"rSfOrcoflfa1': rfl.'tpo.t'to! bear ale1\ a flicudly legislation and is :derided improve I I but It u 'ue to pijstliliai/ I correct Una errorllnir The enthusiasm, we |iavo learned of the sand and J 2ote;. There are forty-ecven Leave M.ntbx.a.. .... .... ... ......6.0O A-il
1 to the CiiK'iur.att The iu ny liun.Ue! way, enJeoit to elwrO Arrive*t Ta'lalia! ,*ve. . . ,1\(0.\.M.
: V"th "< yf .iii&'ou a"1 Hanliut mcnt cpa'a platform" the tLit the ( of the tinK demaa-14 older member of the party, vsa-i such as counties unheard from, which, in 1858, gave !'. p.
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: ; the : < Cpili.,1 exigency ., I.eawMeniieeu'o.. .. .. .. .._.....700 A M.
"ir ". trS'.v' l-r*d*!, the foll-JW Patriot'tll'n, it frankly uttered this (pinio:, ;iuf soulliern mt'l onity ami opciation When I was never witnessed before. It was as 'f each Ellis a majority of seven thousand four )liOn- Arrive lit Tabb3SSt'c.! ... ..-.. ... ..1U 00 .\. M.

'.: jfltt-.ipai'-njr: LII the pole raising ., did not believe that the] so |, hare wt with extreme niou in soy own party who man felt that he- was responding to a call to dred and forty-eight votcS. The. counties yet Lea't?TalUL a..ee.. . .. .. ..101Arrt.o : A M t
diU :1o"r.* ptltf.r'bic. i hold! that the primary isthcdet'eatof'the Dem- be heard from in. the Western ; Marks..._ .., A. M .
rrA..rwoo.V.I G. Athey, Hob rt object protect the Constitution oftho country from to arc chiefly at St U. 11.40
1 ; !cnmoJ. II. \V. HiveJ. highly i commrndl.y would become the corner I cratic; pal ',:"\1 that to accomplish this they, arc wil- its enemies and thus save the Union. The I portion of the State vvheie Pool's: friends report -! Ixave 8L Marks... .._.....*........I 15 KM.Armve .
OJ., rtl. < stor. if the Democratic faith in the Presidential I r>g that Lincoln and Ilaml.n si.l! : be .I""h'd. have at Tallanawc.. .; .....-.940 P M.LeaveTaHalassee. .
arriv- 'l'heinion here is that
.I" crisis had ed hurried its
'hiti 1)3r) ((1' ") Stephen Hani opposed riyself! strenuously! to this So also? on to destination large gains. ;
?\Iil: ('. *Vw J' I o/iniol .. ,... .. .._.......300 I' ..
TaUor. Andrew Underwood, Mari election. when hate discussed with actuatedby by the bold efforts of the bhck republican Ellis i is olocted by a greatly reduced majority i Arrive at Monticello... ... .... .5.30 J'.M.

*i',:John, |r. o. < 'uuitcr. James OouKl, Thos. -0 old party iniroomu.8, thuk that Lincoln is no party and it had to be met, manfully, firmlyas LeneTaliha sce. . . . 300 P.M.Ar'ive .

'\r; !? Uuty" Johnston, T.LS ELECTORAL VOTES o.' THE STVTES.-Asa I worse fur the South thin Bell, I have labored to show freemen should meet at. The tlag.of the KENTUKY ELECTION. at Madison. . . .. 7.CO P.M.

Jr.II. r Roberts ( ) John, matter cf convenient reference, we publish that whatever differences of opinion may exist. between Constitution was perhaps waving for the last CINCINNATI, August 6.-Eleven towns in Coancct.Q.: with Post Coaches M Mvnlicello ar.e'
fade ;
S ....0 1"J.: Englishman us, they into inlgotelnce.wheD: we regardthe j with Stages it M.idiou for I.IkeCity and \'aJJOtlh.
b. ;.1'I \'r mVi,. A. l Tas- below H statement of the electoral vote to higher law issue and higher lw party. sirs.it time over States united in nothing but form. Kentucky have been heard from and Combsis antI ram Vn'Joslu l>y Kiijro'i'i loSatjpnib.Connecting .

0 1.Lt negro) Jim Snyder, (free ucr which each State will be entitled for President -I, fl" me with apprehension when I see so many throuh- The law of the land had been disobeyed, the I i thirty-four hundred ahead.WALKER'S I at St Marks with Stage to and from

.jf'Irnfree: ( in November next, tojjethcr with the O't the South who seem to lone eight of this issue, Supreme Court, with all its veucrableness Newport; and 'ith the line of Mail SteasieiabetnccnNei

: of the pole, the pole-rais-i popular vote in l f: j ambition paramount to all others, Dud who seem to limit their ,' and dignity, was no barrier to the overwhelming ] I EXPEDITION.NEW I, Orle n!,Ke>Wet and Cuba and intermediate
'aiding
i, to the maintenance uf their particular .
? p rty.The the lUll their West the'
r-I storm that beats it Austerliz poiali on oi> way to Key on
Ic armed with musLcUaud made qUite Statu. }:1fclul BuLLFre! Fill man who aspires to lead and to guide public opinion against or ORLEANS, Aug 6.-Walker's Expedition 17th and 2nd or 3.1 l of co> month, and to New Orleans -
** A meetir.g wa fea. ."au. lisilit. at a time like the preser.1 should be able to "luck Waterloo was to be the watchword.
\vkiiionstr i loll. mire of five vessels and five hundred men, left on the 15th and 20.h.
1pU' ; Maine. i 3 OI 61": ,. I farther and aitn higher than this. There is but one The Convention have submitted the names The
st' Ln-h P.lark Republican spcechef 3.23 Cosutnel Island on the 20th ult- for NicuragMARKETS train will not run 0.1 Sund.iy,except on Strait-
New ,' 367' t g 1 issue bore thr mtion. and that is the isiue betweenthe of candidates for Senator and '.
e W..C.tltl')' and \Viight,, lauIIOlir i : 151 41 Assemblymen, tia. er c ttJfl I higher !a'w and the There is in effect
\ J9.tIl Cnstiution. to the foe their ratification next October July J7. JiGOa 3o
is said to b ruolt. : 11.7 I people, -
11'II l'
'T .,t ;"rthom I a new comer, u'. :1.24U 108UOO 19,6'6RhOIe 1 but one par, at 1oth, should be but
> i L..i' tas3cls well known in the counties, and of the
one at the booth if will local
66itt. I,66CUIiflittC.It. ; party 3 ou upon ,
.l't, >r orator EST liRlGOADOCIA.Mfuv I.I."J. G- 31.99i 1 42.71 1I,4G1 .6IS I ql'shuns of State interest-divide on questions of perj highest and most respectable character, NEW Albany Si Gulf Central Rail-Read.

gl KStyt New Yor. :u 1t13. -S 24.705 121U)4# j ronal preference I to the men who are to fill the of- Lawson (i. McElvy for the Senate,-Henry ORLEANS Aug 6.-Cotton market un Leave Savannah 1 5&m [ .: ValJvataa tao a."',

\orlt.. p-r.(,- lit the neighborhood opjxjseJ.uon New Jersey, 4G.,9l3 9tI.35I 215r"Dn.yJaiJ. tee of the State, but.to the higher la.issue there Scott, Lafayette Kenan and >tusl>, Gregory, changed. Sugar and Polk firm Arrive at Vat'"II.5 40pm.[Arrive PJY ,12 55 p.m. .

hi .I'r .. ot the pole, believing it tu bo a :7 20.151 J 17.35: S.17II- ; b", and, I laying oat extreme men, I believe fur the Lower Ilonsc. The ticket is strong The train arriving tt Savannah at I! 55 ronueeti

,UJinj tnfl3Ce to t.he pc of th rounty "!:\'ar., a 8,10 :t)' 6,1IJlald. -;fl ilit're u.sr*but. Editors one opinionMe ;this nfitioaal. t-lirtion U matter of one and would poll a large vote outside of MISSOURI ELECTION. with the train on the C. R. K. departing 1 30pm.day .

.J'1 fii 1it there was. no indication of an at- 8 3.115 :hl 47,46'I calculation, not of argument. The sectional line has political preference The party: will rally to ,AUGUSTA AUQJ 7.-The returns of the Mis. ( ). and 11 JO p. ui (night}
when1)kcD 15 89,875 tii1 10039 souri election The schedule en this road is arranged to
dutuib it. The Republicans indicate the election of Phelps ao aa
:rt I' North CH'nA! 10 !13SStj. been fully drawu by fie! Walk Pepublc.nl. What it, to a man. connect with ,the Pen. & Geo. by from Madison -
Stage
the subji-ct answered that "there 48,1 State North can lie claimed probability for dthI *. I anti Reid, Douglas>ite to Congress. The
to on .S .uth Caroltuit. A j The riders are up, and it i is only necc.s"ary to Vildosta. That by this rout pawengen leaving
tb.'Ire. ;;11 n one in the county who dared to touch Georgia, 11 6.6IG Ui3 I I Dill or lor lirrckiniidge lave any of the Stales! for the Democracy to stand true to the I Icolol'Sy llrockinriJ "C candidate for Governor receiveda the Tallahassee!l Depot at 3 p m will reach Sat-
that voted foi Fremont of de-
enough to dejtt.A'c" 3 i : any symptoms small vote, .
annah
There were men t'JoriJa. 6,86 ..603Aatnm. and Lane and to the next day by 12 55.JASPJ'.R
.JlGI.! to Breckinridin I
the k standard* la
rung mJ Republican th.rf any
old resi- J.
an 2i,557 yULTO.V, Superintendent.
On one oxa 'on 4G.81
: a::ngleCongretsional district where a moderate North- Constitution, to b'ualoft the banner of "ic-
assaulted be 2(1,709Mjsisii1i1.i July 31, 1560. S2tfSooca.?
: KENTUCKY ELECTION. __
"i the neighborhood: was 3G j tr man ha* bce-n elected over an abolitionist t "'as.ere I
Ill- ? the wa* 3 nun l t4.490Tiass in the exhibited the tot'0 AL'Gl"sT.Aug 7.-In den. Les-
be bad declared that pole 21.5 I \ anything tii>positionii by Kentucky, Tu.rn.1.p .,

:,! *f "nJ on another, threats were made to .\. 219 ": 15.24.bnls. ,I Republican party during the last Congress wLkhsa- We learn that Mr. Hilton is carrying everything lie Coombs, the Opposition candidate for FOR FALL PLANTING.
ItUI. living n \I'-by. ilisouri. 9 49,524rtniiee. vored uf moderation or a return to conservatism In Clerk of the Supreme Court, i is undoubtedlyelected.
,ieUUi :1 r.il a pentleman sentiments 12 3,638: 1356 Fremont had carried Pennsylvania he would before him down South. The wholeeountn' D TTAI3AGA, n".] top and Hat Dutch .
niL tic had stxkcn Southern 66'J8tnuo. have been elected. Who will bo united and the watchword !
T
to
aIc ", 12 3(1 (;.822 get Pennsylvania now seems on It Turnip Seed sil-o large Drumhead, Green
:JpIn ,\ In (I-oquan. l.etters"ere published Ohio, : lI.S7.2.91 1S7,4i7 23.125Idi : The Northern contorvaiive prcs assorts tbat to rescue is MILTON and HILTON. It is truly encouraging Glazed and other Cabb:igc Seeds, just received
tlccaril! : that either Pvunsvlvanii New York from Lincoln BELL AND DOUGLAS COALITION
'h.'hf'din, f.telliqrJ'CT ; Ia, 11 I : 91.8)) 23.:86UiCi or and gratifying to see how the Democrats and for sale by AMES & LIVELY.
: I combination of all the three other tickets.
a WASHINGTON
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MantcJ the lfl rc August Ex-Secretary
I ,.- peipie: I th. oouut-v 13 Il19 56,28) 3'.151I r.a're.1 therefore that the and are standing by their gallant leaders. August 4, i 860. 32
assume in preterit aspect
':t ,:.1.i t h it liaa nut the ]heart t<> do tt.: I Uibi.u.. 6 : .39 7.762 1560 without change at the North, wh:ch nobody expects, We hear of several prominent Know Nothingswho Conrad is now here, preparing for publicationa

htr INDIO.VTKJN MEETIVG.Tuts \1' 5 .S.7 5'9 ,h:1 if Mr Bill or Mr. Breckinridge i is elected it must are going to vote the whole Democratic lotter urging a joint Bell and Douglas ticket TO PARENTS IN TIlE SOUTH.
t
56,41 9.44 1MiiItCStila
fwlmin the nci 10"1 ol.l2 be by the votes of Southern States: and it requires, ticket. MILTON and HILTON from the ct in all the States. '
the rai v\\ much jhbori i 4- I pro p ltTXTEDInformat as to the best KII >
Electors thus
tie nail.I chosen to cast the vote for
at llrentsvillc, soni" Bt60 IG.31 2S,327Ongoti will beat their from 1500 to 2000 for Female
opponent in
-l i and at a meeting lifori3. I low then can Mr. carry the whole South including the candidate i ha the cality a Seminary Florida
D.J >ing strength.
L :, b-t court., it wisairree.l that the Hag was 3 I, California an Or' In' Can Mr. Breckin- 'otcs.-Chlar Keys Tilfffraph July 22d. greatest Southern Mississippi and Louisiana.A .


, han m th.- object it was raised to j Iro1 South including Illinois and (ndianna ? I do not ar- NEW COTTON. titntions of learning in the Southern
clrL be ,!"wnon Friday, the cue now to eitreme men with whom disunion la a Three bales of Cotton received POINT, Aug. 7.-The Steamer i desirous of
'. auJli<'ul)l t&in H, 1..atorf. I more new were States establishing! in the vicinity -
choice and who wi.h I da Canadian with dates the 27th
rLOi tu prieipitatc it. not nr2 to
Liverpool I Inlt.
lt\ of Julv.Ti ::-cHlrl t.a d.. IS!. in New Oilcans on the 22d ultimo. of the Gulf a Seminary of the IJigllc.Lorder
i : if to those who intend II Lincoln i is fleeted to surrender I' ., arrived off this
Irke is i.ri. i,ICVN" PREP\RITIUNS.lliT -- I the question and perhaps to lake office under I The Crescent in this connection says: This LIVERPOOL COTTON point MARKET.to-day. Sales of i for the education of young ladies. Ho

h..- '! ,'ncc of thi determination soon TiE KXIGIIl OF THE GOLDEN him. I appeal In those men of the Sou'b with whom early commencement of picking :and early receipts the week bales. -and lower I is a native of the South of large experience
48,000
the vindication of Constitution la more than mere is no ; that the of this season Middling I and and instructor.
tact
1c- ((1I'( ( UU1. and on Monday night.ItPlol" CIRCLE. bgn crop I great energy as an
ufo-d I declined In thereis
than the tlumeiit of ofl'icamid grades most. cases
tiiumph em many
p-rly more weather is
will be cxteiisiv The
there device an one. dry He will be happy to receive fur
hell proposals
rc.n. ( .\11 meeting was to The uf the Republic of 1 I aiy tint in t'au i ktru/gle the Whig party isimutbing a decline of $ noted. Other qualities very
COlml-Gcner1
,-J..U! ,.N tor tho defence of the flag J pule.-1 t1!.o DcmocMtic party i in nothing, the South making sad innovations on the very favorable irregular. Sales of Fndav. 8,000. Market the location of his institution from any quar-
Mexico in New Oileani ha addressed the
iu n'H, t.ilhtuin; morning Mr. J. ('. Alheyt i* nothing without t'nion prospects of last month. The fertility and dull. ter that can afford a handsome patronage.

I and ciit to w" Lctdier following note to the editor of the X. O. How U this, to '>o attained Sirs,I know too much exuberance of the rich bottom lands of Louis I The school can be organized with a superior
; \ \\:>lutgton, i
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Courier ..f human, cat re to require that men of other parties iana are fully corroborated in the short time -0- corps teachers by the 15th September.
III j"o ''lutZ di>patch : :- atoll and must adopt every jot and tittle of Whither lJJUIIfThc steamer City of:
that it requires to bring cotton to maturity Address J. S. LANGTON
lat W ,I-- the citizens of Oecoquan, are thicat- SECRETARYSHIP or STATE: AXD BcRErOK tiny platform on which I may slanJ It isueless Norfolk" it will be remembered, cleared from ,

ltlu1 s-i aitli invasion by an armed mob of three I FOUEIUN RELATIONS{ NATIONAL PALACE } fir Democrats to in l..t.s a ban for utiled action, as evinced by the gathering now going on, as this port a few weeks since, bound for St. Memphis, Tcnn.
item of their it i is only about fifteen weeks MIH-C the seed August 4 1860. 32-3t
the of ,
a'.lir-tantpartof the coun- on IIl'arIY'PI'ronl every pjr-
from
lro.1 I mn : VEnt Ciirz, July 3d, 18(50.Tliis ( Ihomas and a market. We understand that
ty creed h ought to be enough that a third party was planted. Never mind tho Manchester ,
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', "" tnlay! next, at 12 I Department has: received yours (No. which is pledged to destroy the Constitution as Cotton Supply Association and their pigmy the Captain has ret"Tiled to the city, having Lost Mislaid

lttIf ;. :. \.tu loi protection: in this emcr..CIlC'Jfrl' \, 49)) of the 14th ult, together with the print I we both understand i', is thundering at the gates subscriptions." transferred or sold the steamer there. Therewas or ,

: :-.' ".' hall have to dofend ours h'e" II.- document annexed l, anti.l which] refers tI .I anl it is no time to debjle points of precedenceby -0PIIOTECTION some difliculty about clearing the steamer -, TOND No. 88 of the Ten. & Geo. R. K. Color
ATHEY those who the citadel. It
w.On behalf of Citizens", I I'he ]art which an organization known in the time for men tven are Jefi-nding who look upon politics with is an no IN TIIK TF.RJlToIUF.F.TilE from this port as it was said she would I J D *1000, and payable in the City of Savannah -

iislarilcr ;I ('nitel States as the Knights ot the Golden I ee0 otfics and emolument, lo \\'r ln Ie ADd to jar ; LA\'.-For public information, we insert the go without papers; and one or two houses I I Ga. The public is cautioned against
ish .h tln'Gov iorrespon'Ied : Circle, vvi"h to tkl in the afluiirs of Mexico. this ham next "fO"r> the Federal patronage may be refused to ship by her. Her future movementswere I trading for said Jiond, as the Company will
4S, :, ', 111I lauds without united following extract from Brightly's Digest of all before she left this I I
: Having laid /- whole fubjcit before the the of the Abolitionists, probably arranged not hold itself responsible for its redemption.F. .
"Ii( 1J..-: wilt bf i cuM at one to (;cn. Hunth. -: ContitutionI1'rl i.tt nt ad itftril. His Ex- action iu the South. Ai.d this can only be dune Laws of tho United States at page 11, note port. Her clearance, of course, would answer II. FLAGG,
citizens."JOIIN I i nn:tint the whole Southern vote ou the man j
of liy
>rot H-tion your 1 ; well for St. Thomas the mouthof
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i at
': just as as
1.1":111 ER." : ccllency has onjoiiie"! me to recommend to icltoertr it may be, who carries the Inrgekt Southern (b) in margin : Aug 4 32- Treasurer.

you by (he e presents to contrdic from this I vote into) the Oi-ct>ral College. J II 1 I nm asked "The territory thus acquired i acquired the Congo river, as the West India Islandof ___ "

..urd "Hi)t ';,'I\'mor accorlingly sent orders tu. moment, in the lame of the Constitutional who ii the most probable nun to do this, Iver ".- by the people of the United States for the the same name. It is a fact that half the NOTICE.

d.U -is Unnt', who directed Col. Brawncr to..1 j Government, ns much AH will lie in vonr pow- !\ Hell. \\here'er1r.. Douglas nukes a sensible common and tqunl benefit ; and every citizen vessels which clear for St. Thomas with regular -I ALL persons having claims or demand :

' id i troop of horse inrcaJinc sto give audi j I er to d.] so, and by all the means which your !I able to diversion expect of that the Dell Dimociatic will carry vote the, it btate.is reaion-But has a right to take with i him into the terri- papers, go to the little island of the same the estate of B. C. Burgess, deceased I

tftl'1 '.11'10 a' eFo.ar\'. I /cjil and patriotism mS!U1P"t, the truth of ilm i ill a mtttir f"r di monsiration at the IKII.!! and tory sun article of property, including his name ill the Bight. of Biafra.-Ar. Y. paptr. are requested lo present them, prop-
\\hcn the l "pWh was rtcetvc-l Oil "Itios-( 1: the contents of (! crcular allti- which 15 niijironubV! lo u ue. 'I he inau ,.Iu cau stares ; which the Conntitution rccogmies as I "ly .uthv. :M.4.. 4. tLouii'lrrsijrned within

lId -iiht (".\ 40I.; I.tdlcr. fi-joicing wasrrtfti'l 'ded to. clcfiat I inC'i'n: is the beat nun.Messrs property anti pledges the Federal Government Item) ibvrrti5tmtnt5.l \ t two year from this date or they will bV

-0. I.y the le1ublian- 1! It U true that this organization of the Golden -j' I Klilors, if there are ail) Southern nun for iN protectiou.Drcd Scott sSandfortl :. _- __ barred ; and those indebted will make pay
-isliington, Alhcy ina'lnr- Circle aud other societies in the Tinted wh i look \\ithuut apprehension upon the election of COTTO TICKING] 1860. ment immqdiately.
i -i\ in I believe 19 How 395.We :
M I r. Line-ulii I ain nut of that number. it ,
to- certain llvpublican to I the ConstitutionalGoviTiiuient lIT.\XTED to hire haiuU for this purpose- GREEN D. CHAIRES
Adm'r.
..itrn'ntwith to
: Sttc 11'eottcrl..l will be fraught with danger to the Kepubhc.: What. commend this authoritative statement ,
if ri-.li! 411 or :o'( fire arms of u'ppron"llll1a1..e, I I a .iatance in the civil vvar is lie n'atun that wo I lace, been discussing for years i of the laic and the Constitution to the atten- II fair prices paid for men, women boys or $3T Persons having claims against said
.2 therefor which were to be the has tha terrtori.il) (IO&li.lI"hy yt'n now are we girls. J. II. GATLIN.
ammunition 1 in Mexico but
,
; now racing lreci.1clt tion of thoto Opposition orators 110. by de estate will please present them to M. D. Papv,
JJ :5U> < '.-oo..i.-in ouTue!iay night: by wagon.li <.n!tantlv rctne-l every aid of tlus n turc. t..n d.-oaiinj! every day luterventioii antI non iuttrvtn- I flouncing thi }emnonratic: I'laUurin, make August 11, 1860. 33-lt I: fh who] is authorized to act as my agent in .
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,]>:''h from r-, put in circulation !1\. thxt'c(vvLo., It is Woa-isc the Xoitin.m interpretation tcndj tS ii war bc-tli. La'VV Sohoo1.OF the settlement of saId? estate.

Ir.by. :tii tin stiandoiiin (If this tlaii. At the ; speak in behalf.f. the Golden! Cir-'le arc false ;'C (IK.itlc,1100\y\1: | 10 til" hither law pir ',and boinae open upon- HARVARD COLLEGE. August 4, 1860. 32SWAD31lxisTRToIt'S

t'r int! : at ( .tt enthuD -. i I in <-vcry ri"s-ct. and tI.!.e biipieme Government we l".lie\e anJ know that tins, power will be J'RF.\lll'\t TO F.OItoEs-An old (riendanl Next Term will commence SEITEM- I I
n-olvod that the *!** ,KlionM- 'raiu"t iU wieidtiiby them to override the Co istnutioi, to inAo TilE NOTICE.,
wmiM
it \SH fx at onee protest i1oject'
) ; siihj.critVr the of the 3J 18GO. For and Cir
*IU"r'ju- ''exs antI N ,mulate: inaurreoticn. have Mtspjcsts propriety Catalogue
' nailant
'I2d M the death unlcs Use > it not ino l that t'ios' minors having claims demands
:: to or
were persons
i ( Associations
i f'01 wo forV'tten thai lat of heroes and ot' martyr<,Ji'hnHr.nnf managers of onr Southern Agricultural cul.ir address ALL
:nl\'r..J: more haiL thrt-c to one of the Re- i i aic cither the work of the enemies of tVJ Vas there anyluing in the tone of the ofiVring special premiums to negroes I JOEL 1'AKKER, Royal Proffer, : :t the e8t.\to'of .Jabez B. Bull deceased t .

:.'::"an', J < 'onslituttoril l (:ormn nt or on> rf tie\ "n poll 11 ol' who n L n<'bin in the cmtxxhment the lastC..I1lfeaalhtt..vorl.d belonging to members of the Societies, who Cambridge- are requested to present them, prop.

t *OMETTEMPT TO CIT DOWN TIlE ioiz.it ., in'iron nn-nns rwortirJ. to speculate upon of mixlrration, helves erly authenticated, to the undersigned within ,
8Ie : and may present the b->t plow-stock, axe- Cambridge: Aug. 11. 3-3t
the Union lo
IeJO '" (tlU'! night of Thursday several of the] j, public cr"lult.. the! t-r"'ne..rdlOnr.Constitution have ever Loyalty been tip the corner'Houe of broomhhnrk and bai: -k colir! door mate. I __ two years from this data or they will tx

w ,>f the residents at Ocroqusn foulingMi : '! I renew of my high h Cll..Icration. the Whg party.: I belong to that party. I do nut wooden] tray!, hoc-cake, persimmon beer, e\.cn A GliADUATKDESIRES J barred ; and those indebted will make pay

UI4 ,ii woul \ occur the next dl\\. attemptto -, R1hI'.lLN.Why hc.t.l thnt -li-etiaiieifMr, Lincoln: oug'it' eo initanttIn &(., and requests us to call the attention of I) a healthy situation as Teacher, in merit immediately. JAS. II. BULL .

demolish the pole. In the attempt the, j ---- diMiolve the Union ; hut I believe that as soon as our Societies to the matter which vvodo most or the low country (,I' Georgia.He .- Administrator de bonis non.

3nus )of Mr l>uty wjU seriously t wounded by a I Abandond! thr Bell Part) the T o..Il-y HI:1ck! will Republicans rusl., "*have tlolativeof a President the Conititutitin.I who will not, cheerfully, trusting that all ingenious and industrious hw recommendations following i is a August 4, 1860. 32-8w

,' from her axe. The men gathered, howit. Tlic Democratic DKtri 1(Coiiv.-nti' \Iii h .itg to the South no other aktrnative but tosur- servants may be heartily encouraged. specimen : },
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HONEY ,
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&nil$ tool the women away. fioiu mound]I Ii I met in Naxhville Ten I -""ee, a few d.u-. in 'i.noinitiateil a. i. .iler the slavery! quefction: or pi o vide new safeguard Southern C"lth'ator.0 "SiriLV l->i.v>n, I.v, July 4, 1860. & LLOYD'SI'ATENT .

1.-, .t',!. of their attack. : l Hon. Andrew Kwuig fur District: for lees curity.I Mr.V.. F. D. K. has taught for me duringthe hOUTHERV

JC THE 27TII OtJl'L\ ( Eleetor. on the Bf'kinri.l:*' and 1.'." tieket. I am an oriiujlVhi: ?, au original ami Kans-is THE 'JOU.VTY CONVENTION.The scholastic He has a :PLO-VV.
Id .nd N"l>raka I tlurelore vote for Bell ; but, past; year. ready ,
c- "i. thvintniiingof th 27th (yesterday) the 11.! Convention, was lirsy, and the l\moe- pull rlin ing iu tIt, firmer.ilion of the Union and the Democratic Convention, held at the manner of imparting instruction, and is pccu TNDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to use this PLOY/-

'tpuUioans" hoiited the American flaj and j jMTU : rI": : .1 regular outpouring of tho true1)emocratte C mst tat <>n. I hoi! the diftat of Mr. Lluculn above ( \>urt House on Friday List, was better attended 1 ill rl- qualified to teach. lEa deportment JL in Leon county, sold bv ,

D- 'UNign bearing the name of Lin j I spirit-it was really a ca-'soii of all price,.anl I I cxhott! all Southern men so to discuss than any similar meeting we have I ]has been gentlemanly agreeable in my FRANCIS( PAYNE, Blacksmith. .

JaM Ilamlm." Dining the iiiornirgmoat refreshment, decidedlv exhilarating to those this: su J, <-t jDil no in lake tilir p,witiona this canvass known here for n130"ea. The business of family and pleasant! to my children in his intercourse Tallahassee, May 12, 1860. 20 J '.
I I
\"S Southern States a
that
'. and the who During the fleeting tcvcr as to riikuic tho may give nominations tedious and exciteda
: MIICU left the village place i iBM participated. united and n"t a divided vote, and that they unite making with them.
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; i quite deserted, but no preparations: j ;il gentlemen have heretofore acted upon the man, whether it be Dell or whether it be good cleat of interest, hut (finally resulted in T. A. S. DOXIPHAX." P. B. HHOKA W'S l' I

-I' raa.Je for defence and a memorial to the j jI with the Opposition announced their purpose Brec'.inridpe,who can carry into the Electoral College the cntin- satisfaction of all who participated.Col. AddressV.. F. I). IConyers, Newton

:1r- .::1 I Asking prtc'tionLi prepared and to Breckinridge and l.na in the or into the house Rcp.csenlalivcsif( the elec- S. St. lire I tutors was nominated for the County, Ga.August UVERY AN.Oi SALE $..TABLE.TALLAhASSEE ,. .'; _

"-r" a
;>. As: l sj o'clock, the Prim William Cavalry I I torncy General Lowe of that State. For assuming Yours rcapeetfary GEO. T., WARD. Dr. D. ,\. Vocrt for the Ats-Miiblv.. -Ocali Proprietor would inform hri friends

?; Thornton commanding. entered the *ili'ttul -' ; this attitude he assigned the strong ,-0I CumpaniQII.luyJI.0; I SHELL LAND FOR SALE. THE the public, that he has rebuilt his .

thcmsclvra in the tioighbor- i-nil-ra-i-l in the': following; sketch of undersigned' health being such as to
11 ranged rea"rl i Full VEW COTTON BT TIlE SAVASSAII, AL- TIlE large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and i know
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folio-cd bv Ins which take from the Nashville NATURAL MISTAKE.-_V him for the business, offers
e : v the pole. They were a remarks we IIANV AND jriF' HAILRO D.-We were shown A GREAT THOVCII farming prepared to accommodate his friends and

"wtu. t.H'ut 40 strong, under comirund: IC j j1 Union : je-t-rday A 'a nple of the first bale of new great many papers are treating the political for sale a valuable tract of land lying near customers.lIe .

-'I; ,' M Fitzhugh and Major Carter who j )Ir. Lowe .till that ]he had never casta cotU n received in this city this] season, over i issues of to-day as if they only involved the Elli!\"ille, Columbia County Florida, contain. also has attached to hU Stables, a goo
ak .>., at.: iitiou whatever to the Uoi*"- Ih'tnoi-ratie ,vote that he always ACt with the Savannah, Albany and Gulf Railroad'fromriorida. question, shall we or not have a Democratic ing 360 acres. The tract is high and dry Blacksmith Shop, where he will )hare done I

'i.iiftl) funned a hollow! 8 4uarearounilfacing : the Southern OpjiOskion. But in !unva, The cotton is superior: quality, President f There is a great mistake ; the heavily timbered, and a little broken, and all kinds of Plantation. work, Horse Shoeing I

.:. inwards j the lllack Itepnblicans take the ground boldly being clean \vhitc'silky and of excellent issue i is shall the Southern system of slaverylive reduces finelv. There is open land for Jen and Carriage work in tho very best manner

\tl .t this company wao surrounding the I that: no more slave States.shall bo admitted, staple.very Wo arc not informed on what plantation i or die! March up to it!-MontyomeryMail. hands all fresh with good fencing, cabins all and with promptness and despatch. "

\1 .st-ph, T. Janney advan.l to the and that it i is the right and duty of Cngres the cotton was crown,. but it arrived hereon I new, Gin House and an improved McCarthy I Nor. 5, 1853. 44

',: .'' the Troop of Horse and claimed to abolish and exclude slavery from tr- the 29th, consigned to Messrs. McNanght, Gin.I. -

-ti'Hi far ins pr..pcrtJpon which then ritories. Mr. Douglas believed that the territorial IJ Hrd & C-s a firm '"to of New Port, Florida Tribute oT Respect.At "ill sell with the land seven good hands MILESNASH & CO, -

S .1" .I legislature has the power to do that about to be established in this city. Tho s regulrr lueetm; of Leon Lodge, No. S, five of them men, but one of the number 40 Dealers in Drugs Heilclnej! & .

-ml) of commaiiJ J:. "'. J\.ksl. which: the Black Republicans claim it i is the sample may l hc seen in our counting roonl.Sat. .- I. O. O. F., August 7th, ISM, the following resolutions years of age ; a team of mules, the growing TUST received from Now York bark

**- Ux. : Itlwrt.eomn, sprang forward right and duty of Congress to do, and Mr. .mlla! .Yew,", July 31st. n ere adopted : crops, &C. &". For particulars apply to.the I R. II. Gamble assortment, per of
u a general ar-
)\P th*. fir t blow others noiitrokeoi Douglas further claim that if the Supreme 0I WiittiAa It Lath pleased Almighty God to remote undersigned on the premises.
folowe" ticks in line such Oils of almost
, Wa- friend and brother D. II our as every
shall decide that the territorial leg from among u our A. J. NEAL
: stroke. During ( PAPER Ap.LACHlcou.'Vcobsl'rvc
o- tlis Cur I DOUGLAS iv AMES-therefore, kind, Burning Fluid', White Lead, Zinc ant:
exclude
the to slavery, 14 I860. 23-1
r 'ia no interruption, save the Rcpubli- La not povvc-4 that some cf our Florida exchanges Rciolttd, That by the death of brother Ames August w other paints, Window,Glass of best quality,
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the ui- -- --
has -
'vl -thcrft who at crt ueur by, still such legislature power are giving currency to a false report, that a I the Lodge laos lost au old and valuable member. Brushes Soda Gel-
Putty, ; Sparkling
to the ,
"Tout, Amt your a\e dull," .Hopeuaung friendl1Ioislaton" to drive it from trritorie Douglas paper was about to be published in Associated is he is with the ell lint history of our $100 B.evvarc1. atine London 3tustfirdFre ch
rcfu an of its laws and the REWARD of ONE HUiXDllED DOLLARS : Brandy (very
to
Arc" In few >e cxpicss Lodge and a master principles
a good time of a stand to the rights party of the South under this city, under the aspices ofCoI.U.J.lo'LOt'D'1 and mysteries of Odd Fellowship his death leaves n A will be paid to any one who will Rive informs best) for medicinal purpo&csSpkca, Pepper, '

: : ., how.\' r, there was a cry opinion a Democratic declare This statement is entirely vacancy in our odje and in our hearts that cannot Uon of the person or persons who fired the boidna! : Lemon Syrup, Inks, Quinine Peruvian Bark

'..It'r." and|| llc pole came to the ground the Constitution. The arc fully authorized by Col. FLOYD to make be tilled Brother Ames was one of the first and occupied by R. II. Kerry suit I). B. Maxwell, on the Fluid Extract Bucho'Acrt ic,, and a general
Federal Government
tiured.! Instantly the crowd give three that it is the duty of the this denial of the feet. To sum Tip the whole mot zealous advocates( the Order in ibis place, morning of the 30th Julr. assortment of Popular Talent Medicines. We
in to pjotoct when and whoso zeal and devotion has most materially HY. L. RUTGBRS A ntMelropolit.1n ,
: 1,iliotithc "Republicans" responded by al d'larment matter, the truth is that the Douglas party I keep none but the very best and hope to ierit.'
of Insurance Y.Aug.1 .
and the N.
i All rights that aided in establishing present prosperity oar Company
tt Harnlin. persona even
uccn fo Lincoln and necessary Irpry, in this section i is so microscropic,
One by these old members are pacing 1860. 32-3t .your patronage.
else it Lodge. one ,
SU) 'kly at work on the fallen pole, and in the tritorie and wherever Jfertchrl Douglas Johnson himself would .
declaration of the duty away ; every year bears one of oar number with it '--' -- -- MILES NASH & CO. .
: uuie tan it takes to tell it waschopped Here "'a an emphatic which being,I t scarcely be able to find it-AjtalachicolaTime tu jteroit,. These solemn occasions vhi'e they Notice to Farmers.I March 29, 18 6. 18

U lie pieces carried off. The flag was of the Federal Government, : *, All! lit. unite--those who are left in a closer bond of brotherly .

:t to l hrrnt.t-jllc. i denied or ignored by other part'; .% he felt il I notice under love, ]ikeiriF9 teach u* to cherish and protect the HAVE new emplnyed an A* A PPLICATION tie made to the 'next'
I take RELIGIOUS REvn'AL.--C the dead. In the life and character of No 1 Farmers! Back unith
southern of
to
:: ">on as the flag pole was leveled] Capt. the duty of every man position of Rev. J. HARWELL memory j\. session of the General] Assembly ofvlhu
the ballot box, on- the efficient ministry oar deceased brother as a citizen and ae an Odd for the purpose ceoicaaodatiBg .
at
;:irn ordered about face, and his company for its maintenance that the resident Clergyman of the Methodist Chnrch Fdlow, wc have that which rendered his life asefal my fbrmvr.,patrorw who ao literally p*freaked me State, for a Charter of a Rail Road froin the 4

!teti off, saluted a they went by mingled less it were true a held by some citizens, in this, a great revival has commenced. On anJ makes his memory worthy to be preserved. heretofore, and 'I am now prepared to do any ,tad all waters Tampa Bay or Charlotte Hwbor tu

%aul i applause.ng barbarism of the South made her the last Rcv.S. P. Richardaon, Presiding JM erf, That in respect for the memory of oar kind of work in the Dlack-sinitliing line made out of the waters of the St.:Johns River, at or near
:: the excite- of the Northern emissary of Sunday deceased brother the members of this Lodge will Iron or Steel. II. B. UTTS.
there some inferior Lake
t1 evening & Elder, accompanied by Rev.GEO. W. PRATT, wear the wnal' badge of mourning for thirty days, Ju1731,1S60. 223mBlacksmith Jesup. 5
::1. :ati.j a personal rencontre took place be- tionism. under their and Palatka;Jnnc ( 1R64 "55"
Lowe I arrived here, and powerful that the Lodge room be clothed ia' mourning, and t
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1:1 Coi i Ir; *ner and Joseph T. J annl'in u We can assure our reac thAtlr.& effective influence, the great and good work that the Secretary be directed (9 inscribe- the name Notice. 1. **".,.*..;"J" '

tie lat was not the only and UM late of the death of our deceased brother NOTICE. C
\ considerably i of is progressing. The religions .
.' Tl' Crowd injure. that w e saw that has determined to at regeneration on a blank of our journal. nuderutned hat '310+', '
cleared away daring \ party oem to have awakened from their page THE MONTHS after date! the v
community
The with the in this canvass 4115CC JbMlM/, That the Secretary be directed. tend Jot. II. AUtiMi SIX nvgnt '
at
1 sundown all Democracy
was quiet othc'rs who see iu our lethargy, and to have taken upon themselves a copy of these resolutions to the family of our deceased liUle's Machines tat U p"r'b.eoftDIli; present her hal aeeoanUawi vooek-v '

.:'rul.heaM". t.aythey will put up : are very many declaration of platora the whole armor of Christ and gone forth to brother,(with whom we mo t deeply sympathize Bands and Axle, | ers to the Jodge of Proba -Wakifla Coo-1' '.

')1 tL.i same site. plain and emphatic and can sec no I battle manfully against his enemies,-fbld.; In this affliction,) and cans tbe tame to bepublished. him able of Shrinking ( ty, as'administratrix'on_'the_ eslat .:: Jer.WigginsdeceAaed & .
of the Federal Government, better than ccrnki be done r ""*
( late
0I of iaiCOTrnty.,. n ,
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I has to the of s palpable J. AVAYLES BAKER ) AH persons can now have th. opportunity of bavng .
Danj-sh Government sent a'UrtMT maintnanc -
1. objection is married like candle ask be
ZThv man a to discharged.
1. of right by voting for those who I a I J.XO. B. GALBRAIill.C Commute. this bind of work done with neatness aal dispatch ,
: : lo VVhvhin rtoii to tifgotiatc a principle he sometimes when ANN WIGGINS adm'iTnlr '
I" J and squarclj' Because goes out at night ASA B CLARK \' at the new Black-smith hrp pf I -
themselves fairly
...ptl.l\, ( .\frimc for anntt ti'-.lll I! have upon planted that he 'tiht not to C'H> V\ ALTON KM-JHT. R Srrcciy. JU:131: I l0- J: ;3m II F, riTTS 21 12631)- 6nIi

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: Drugs and Medicines BorETTEwsSTOMACHBITTERSI NCW: JEWELRY STORE. WOOD- ,-EDDY- & OO- .

Betxn*Kirlstft ndtlt Rutgers'BtuW.g.

01 the Cub Flan, Dlfldlng the Profit with the A fl1fl\Nil\! OELAWARE&MISSGURI!!! STATEGrandUapitalPrizc570,0 OTT R .

J. R. GREGORY CO., CUSTOMERS. '

SvcctMOKS E. BAIUTAAD The proprietors aDd Daaofaciurtn of H08- MO BAD DEBTS AND HO BOOKS: TO KEEP! .
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: ( TO TKTTIUI'S C LE RAnD STOMACH BIT- WOOD, KDDY & CO., IAD
I 2,2. L. ..ARDZJ1'T: frl.
& ) .& i TEES can appeal with perfect confidence: to The llaaugtri' OJficti*,.I.tlllr4., ;.
TS adding: to his stock, by Kxprr_. WATCHES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Ira
DRUGS&M D rnF phYlieianlud' cltlseni generally of the United JL JEWKLRY and STERLING SILVER WARE. DeLaware and St.Le.i..Mt''nir"
States,because the article hu attained a reputation -
Oa hand-a fine assortment of The
following MAGNIFICENT
unknown. A few fact SCIIJI
heretofore upon Gold Pent tv.,, Ted!. and .
than SfectacU, Plated be drawn in public under the SUperib .
will powerfully STAPLE
this speak more ( GOODS
point Pocket Cutlery, Racers,PoetttB ki, Canes, Sworn Comnnarioners
A1 tolumea bare assertion or blazoning puffery. Gun Wadt end Cap,Military Qo.di.t appointed by the G":::'
The consumption of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters 'Watches and hood, Eddy t Co.'s Lottery '
: Jewelry repaired.
I for the last year amounted to over a half- July. 1860. 28TAYLOR'S Class No. 394 Draws ;
manifest : Saturday,Aaa. '
million bottles, and from it. steady *
increase in lives past,it it evident that during COTTON 'GINS. PLANTATION SUPPLIES 7i: \Dmber13 Drawn Ponota,

the coming year the consumption will reach I GRAM! CAPITAL PRIZE OF :E
45 and 5O SAWS, for aale by $.ja..
near one million bottles. This immense amount 40 1 Prize of . ..
A. HOPKINS 6* CO $30,0001 65 Prize
,
: ,/
P 1 could sever have been sold but for the rare JaDe 2C, 1860. 27-if CROCERIES *C.A 1 Prim of .. 20tKH/ 63 PniH

medicinal properties contained In the preparation 1 Prize "f . 15,000 65 Pria,..0 q I)
on band at the oU stand sign of the Mor and the sanction of the most prominent POST & MEL, 15 Prizes ofIPrizaof. .. SOOt O*> PriJ4 .f

t HAVE comer of Clinton and Monroe streeta, a physicians in those sections of the country COMMISSION MERCHANTS CONSTANT SU1TLY OF ... 3,4751 I, 4.S10 .! 'or
'of
krge and complete stock of pare where the article is best known, who not only 1 00 Prizes t.f . 1.00037,040; PriMo? :
recommend the Bitters to their patients, but 04 Poydrm street 1 66 Prizes of . GOO'!
'. Draff, Medicine* and Chemicals, are ready at all times to give testimonials to its __
efficacy in all cases of stomachic derangements NEW ORLEANS. Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders 3. ,39& Prizes amounting to.: .: ". .'I.I

; Dyt-Stufs, Paints, Oils, Sptt. Turpentine and the diseases resulting therefrom. Refer- tt -. Nearly One Prize to Every T oTieVIt'Wholt ,'


4! Varnishes,Brushes, Camphene, .Thla extraordinary la not a temporary efforts in popularity the way,of obtainedby trumpeting J.H. L. RnuuE.q.<} 1 FLOUR WHISKY &C. &0.UTerD1s Tid..82011_ $io,!Qsse.. f

!" Burning Fluid, Window the qualities of the Bitten, but a solid G. AHDCSION, I Tallahassee, t.
.. Co. Certificates of Packages in the
&
invaluable medicine which is TMo J. Psiciss f above Schej.,
estimation of ,
.I Glass, Putty, eft., destined to be an as enduring as time it.elr.1I0steUu" B.C. LEWIS. ) : OStL! cx' eI1"ver.v.. z be sold at the following Mes. which I u the tak j "j i
Certificates of P. :! '
i together with a fine assortment of Stomach Bitten have proved Gissos & HAHuQoiney. u ok.tgesof2S.. WLoIeTK.ltef "t A'

Godsend to regions where fever and ague DCNHIH & PltMIEjMoDti, Tallahassee, May 8th, 1 MO. 20-1 Y .. 5 ;lIalf I "
TOILET AND FA.\CY ARTICLES :8
: and various other bilious complaints have McNAwmri. OSMOND, Newport. Quarter"l'
4 II
/ oonsistiBf of counted their victims by hundreds. To be BCAID &DaniiAMSt.Marks. 26 Eitt'llb' ." r..
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able to state confidently thai the "Bitters"are JAMES Fiu>aKrV..t.. FANCY COODS FANCY GOODS loxxcllelTo -- : -- -

Superior Hair, Tooth, Jai(, a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like SMALLWOOD, EAILE & Co., I NewYor w. p lSobo2ne

and other Bruihet;Horn,Ivory and diseases, i. to the proprieton source of unalloyed RALPH POIT, {S be Drawn each Wednesday U jln
;
c pleasure. It removes all morbid matter November 23. 1850. FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. Class 361 //rairr .. nW"*sJ.ty, .i.f, j V I?
and Flue '
Rubber Comb
J India Dressing CM 376 Prates
; from the stomach purifies the blood, and on Wtdaetday, Asg 8 \\tt.
t Fancy Toilet Soapt ; Pomatums ; Choice i imparts renewed vitality to the De"ousllltem, Planter's Hotel. Clatt 388 Dram as ltW",.aW, 4.g U;'' l
riving; it that tone and energy indispensable --4s--- CUll 400 Draws o* HWj...J"y. A.g."} l JT reT

Perfumery, ttc, tc. I For the restoration of health. It operates upon THE Subscriber having purchased Class 112 Dravt oa UW""
AU ol which they will soil U reasonable prices. fly the stomach: ,liver, and other digestive; organs, above Hotel, respectfully In-& NEBRLY 1 PRIXL TO EVERY: "
keeping constantly: supplied with all article. in their mildly but powerfully,and soon restores them rurmi his friends and the public in general ITBUI ,@ ZaWalmll 78 Numbers g TICKETs.

t 'r, line,and by strict attention to business,Lbey will endeavor to a condition essential to the her.ltbydiilcharge ,that it is now opened for the accommodation :-Ul2.rowQ JJallota.

to merit the patronage heretofore bestowed ef the function of nature. of PERMANENT and TRANSIENT 1 Capital Prize of $15,000!

'\ t. epon their predeceuor.SI Elderly persons may use the Bitten daily as BOARDERS. G. C. TOWNSEND. NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET, NE\V YORKIDISAIblBE 1 Prize of. SI5,000 64 Piizts of. ,..
directions on the bottle and they will find Tallahassee May 1 ,1860. 19-tf. Sic
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per .
1 Prize of. 6,000 64 Prize. .
of. ..
Fkysleluu'! Prescript!*!*. in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
it is to the N"o"t1oe (. YI1IAiI! < It1 1 Prize of. 4.077 64 Prurs uf.6t .. .. "
w Particular attention paid to Pre.criptiou-careful. declining years as pleasant palate tp A..1J.: 10 Prizes of. 1,500 Prizes uf. l
( Pore Medicines at all boars invigorating; to the bowels,excellent as! a tonic 1
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Iv ooraponnded rom 10( Prizes of. 1,200 64 Prizes / .
t and and rejuvenating generally.; We have the evidence TN returning his thanks for the very liberal pttroo Combs (
day night. Pins Writiiiy Desks, Jewelry, 3J\ Prizes of. 1,000 5,504 Prices of'
Feb.. 11, 1860. 8i of thousand* of aged mea and women JL age heretofore bestowed upon him, the undersigned Bruszes.TsTeedles, Work Bores \\Vatfhet, 50 Prizes of 200 i.22.( Prizes of i:
,
the benefit of this I
have
) who experienced using would respectfully: \ inform the public that he "
i iI Buttons I 200 Prizes of. 150
I preparation while suffering from stomach derangements till continue theCARRIAGE Porte Afonales, Stationery, .lfllsiC't,1 Waref,
I New and Reliable and debility under Thread Port Folios -- -
general ; acting BUSINESSin Perfumery, I 34.112 Prizes. .
.amounting to $:;8
the advice of pliynivlanii) they have abandoned ,
A.B..TXOT_"'I7Is. all deleterious drugs and fairly tented the all its various branches at the OLD STAND opposite Wood and Willoa Ware, rfr, fr, I VNuttTJcegTs Sill- !-; HiLTcsSS---QtU.UIlt: -_
}
the Book :
and
A few words the Store, hope by strict attention
SOAP, Pumice Stone p, Champion merit. of this article. Io
SILVER C1rlD r.Japanese Boot and Shoe Polish, gentler sex. There are certain periods when to hit business! merit a continuance of a share of And every article in the notion line required by the Southern: MerchantSPECIALITIES Certiucativof; P.ioka;esin t the above S helDf',

French Imperial Liquid Blneinjr-this liquid imparti their urN fire eo harassing that many of them the public patronage. be drawn each WedneJiy! will be sold: at tI.t
to all kinds of Linens and Muslins the blue tint so sink under the trial. The relation of mother lie would also inform the public that he has fitted .. lowing rate,which i ill the mk :

I much desired by Laundrestca. and child is so absorbingly tender, list the up a room at hi. shop for takingPEEOTOG --4- -- Certificate of Package: of 26 Wliute! Ti.Leti.. *"ia i

-ALSO- mother especially it the be young, is apt to ;: .A.PEES: I I'. I 26 HIIr! j5

Cod Liver Oil, Rnahton's & H $!:emaD". celebrated forget her own health in her extreme anxiety Pictures taking from a amail size op to a cabinet : I' :6 Quarter BS

brand. ; Queru's Cod Liver Oil Jelly, flavored. for her infant. Should the period of maternity and life size. DAOCEKiorrrcs copied and enlarge 0
I *' I The Jellifying of Cod Liver Oil enables arrive during the summer season, the wear of to life the,either on paper or canvass ready for pain I..wrence's "Orooveless perfect Eyed Needles!," [I Ijiwrence's: Steel Pens.'' the: Plantr! I KJtr &c.,I In Ordering Tickets or Certificate*
r the moat delicate stomach to receive body and mind is generally aggravated. Here dug. WM. KUHNS. I awrence's-4Oriental Cologne," II Lawrence's "Gold Pen-," r in Enclose the amount of money to our adJrnaJ II

and retain thi. great remedy. then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe- Jan. 10, '60. 3tfDISSOLUTION Lawrence's Soothernera Favorite," || I wreDc"'." Lead Pencils! ...J 1 r<\ v.. w' at y>u wish to purchase f name the Loltm, ,
rate the energies of the system,and enable the wint\ >i>u wish it invested, and wbctl.er ;*'..
A FRESH SUPPLY OP mother to bear Up under her exhausting trials OFCoPartnership Also a"superior quality of OSNABURG SEWING THREAD in Balls, small) and large a>.d on ."...J.. \ ,li |I.'. 1I.In or Quarten. en receipt of wy,
All good. warranted equal to sample and as represent,'d. Pertiou'ar' attention Ni.t uuJ ..
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers generally given to packing. .. ml .hat U ordered, by first mail,togetlwr
BENZINE. Durnoa's Catarrh convenient Catalogues with blanks! ( memc'-anJa alI
or supplied to .
DCNSLOW'S prefer the Bitters to all other invigorators << purclimeri tn application.November u'c ..d, '''e.I .
,I .Toothache Drop..Pectoral Honey that receive the endowment of pbyaicians Co Partnership heretofore between I O%, 1859. 48-ly I lining lately after the drawing,a PrioteJ Dot
of Liverwort one of the best remedies for existing
I very it is to the taste THE inj Certified to by the ComDti..iuDtra
because will
'. agreeable aa undersigned under the name and of t ( be IItf
Colds Roman Balsam style
Coughs, .c. Ey. Spalding'
j : .
Prepared Glfto. well t.oJi1Yltl't'agtb.as certain to give a permanent\. increaseof e .., :E-apy. William P. Slusser, I FISK'S PATENT METATJO j| ith TPurcbasers An E.lplaoation.I will. please write their itgiutot I

All those persons, to whom we hare particularly was: dissolved on the 26th June, 1860, by mutual TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, plat n,aDd give their post office,county and State
R. A. Shine who will
CHOICE SECAR8. consent. jr continue the BURIAL CASES
referred above, to wit: sufferers from All comniURicaiu strictly confidential
business at the old stand is authorized manufacturer of Tin and Sheet
to settle up Copper, i 1
fever and ague& caused by malaria, diarrhoea tr4\U prizes $1,000 and under payabIis.
ROCKPOT1SIfFI/STSORT. the affairs of the late firm. R. A.
SHINE, jr., Iron Ware Whole a U and Retail .
dysentery, indijregtion! loss of appetite, and diatelyafter the drawmg- rother fri.es at the vp,!
all diseases or derangements of the stomach !I. F. PAPY. Dealer in Plain, Fancy and Ja. time effvrtytlajs.
FURS WINES AND LIQUORS, superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary July 3, I860. 5S-tf paned Ware. fi ( I I _-
1
for MediciDaiaod Family purpot .. occupation. and nursing mothers, will consult -STOVE HEAD QUARTERS C} Our Single Number Xiotterief

Paints, Oils and Oluu : their own physical welfare by giving to Hoetttter's Myers & Gorman, I A Splendid assortment! of Cooking, Parlor anu : (Rosewood Finished---Latest Patent ) i i Oo.F>:lt..l 3Ez>:iaae ffBO.OOO!
Celebrated Stomach Bitten trial. ,
Unseed a AVE RECEIVED, reoent arrival from New Wood Stoves,trimed with neatness and durability t, DRAYS\ EVERY 8A TURD A Y.
Oil. bc\iled.ocI raw; Jew.tt & C.\UTION.-We caution the publio against per AIR-TIGHT AND! IsoynvavcrIcLa.A : :
Son's Pure Lead,in Oil ; using any of the,many imitations or counterfeits JLL York a splendid assortment( at reduced prices. SUPPLY of all Ji Ze8 kept constantly hand Whole Tict.$IO; Jlalrtt $5; Quarlerifi

1 French and American Window Glass, but ask for Ho TrrrrVs CKLIBB.ATXD SILVER AND PLATED WARE, OUT DOOR WORK. by T. J. ItA WLS. UnJertiker.Nov. | ["Orders fur Tickets or Certificate j io IDJ ,'
-Sftow While Zinc, in Oil Cans, PaintBrushes STOMACH BITTKU, and see that each boUle has cONsISTING OP ROOFING, Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering, !D, '58; 46Carrlage. : the above S bem<*s to be direct ii> ..

) Putty, &c.DEODORIZED. the words "Llr.J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitten" Fish Knives,Cake do., Cup,Napkin Rings, Silver Topper[ and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, I WOOD, EDDY & CO ,Wilmington.; ,
blown on the side of the bottle, and stamped Salts inc.se.&o. Sheet Zinc,Lead Pipes,Patent Cistern Pomps. Shop Baggies, and Harness, or WOOD, EDDY & CO,St. Louis,Ma.J3f"Cin.ulars .
KEROSENE OIL. work of don. short notice.CITY I
on the metallic cap covering the cork and Fine German Silver Plated Tea Setts, Ice Pitcher, every AND variety COUNTRY at FOR SALE BY containing Schemes for the seal A AJI

JPeather Dcslf Tarnish & White-wash observe that our autograph signature It OL the Cak. Baskets, Cantors, Candlesticks, &c Are MERCHANTS, P. B. BROKAW. will bto sent, free of expense by addrr.singas.bos,
label. Fine Setts' Jewelry in Coses, Brooches, EarRings I respectfully invited. to give me a call before purchasing THE Subscriber has just received a tirTIle: Jra wings of Wood, Eddie& Co.'.Lollf
:rti1ie. and sold HO8TETTTB* I elae"here.I I ira 'io the New York N Tel
d 49- Prepared by Finger Ring, &c.,&c. largo supply of Carriage, are published nt'r'lI.I.
i& Fresh Choice SMITH Pittsburgh. Fa., and sold by allerocera -ALSO- I & N. B.-All articles manufactured from they P... B". i J ii-r-, ..t.KU he uui-lt: runes, i>ew rorKtrMoatieitira; ; and ;XtwVtlExprcrs. I
Supply : C.' t 4m .";'.i..a _.w.i J..MV. x\o oiner for sale the reasonable! I .
dmcciata, and dealers generally Table ...' P. AO.tU I'vwdn Shot on mo.t terms.Nov.28 |
r..L.o.
GARDEN: AND FLOWCP: ,..-_.---.- __uea States,Bourn America Pouches, Cap.. ""ad.. Wad Cutters,Meerschaum i I article will be offered fur sale. 1834.) I I Nov. 10, '57. 46-yearly
S3 lQ) ,and O.rmny. Oct. 91855. n Flo. copy. ---
o Pipes and a supply of the ___
1 I'CJAN "Y SEED. Sold bySCO VIL& MEAD, New Orleans, La., genuine Lalakia Tobacco I NEW GOODS. I !BLACK-SMITHING.
tI Wholesale Agents for the Southern State. For sale!oby" MYERS: & GORMAN.
I : SUC3CRIBER gives'! notice that be Las |
'S Together first-class with. everything StOrl. utraally kept in Also old by Ames & Liely1 Mitts 7,aau& Co., June 5,1860. 24 -c- THE fw BLACKSMITH SHOP ajain in I
Drvg
and J. Gregory i Co.Tallaha ; J. W.Skip ---- -- JOSEPH WEBER, connection with his Lit Ear STASLU, where he will |

For sale by J. R. GREGORY &; CO. I per Newport; T. M. Palmer, and Scott fcTucker, .. JOaL\TS:: :: have done all Liud of Planution and Carriage work. I! C

Monticelloj Palmer& Williams,Wankeenah. And Dealer in and Manufacturer of all kind* oj MERCHANT TAILOR -ALSO- ,

9- '( Stewart's Candies by dealers in medicines. throughout 18-ly the State.ApriliO64) ITALIAN AD AMERICAN I. HORSE SHOEING in the very Let Thoasnnils tredjily speaking in he prrta of VEaton'a
; AND
DEUEl. IM II
manner and will vile every endeavor In(Untile Cordial, and *kj',

GUM DROPS and Fig Drops,Goava Jelly, Pre. EDWAHTJ M. WEST, MARBLE WORK ReadyMade Clothing b to hive work done with dispatcbandto l becauseit neter fails afford ill"Il.'UlU'relief] (a
Horse Radiah. Tomato Catsup, Farina :D<
Crackers,Preston &Merrill's Yeast Powder.RdiDed Aietloteer and Commission Merchant, BOX TOMBS, TABLETS: UKAU STONI9, ACEg ., "C. AND aitrrLCMKN'S P. B. BROKAW. i tri slant will convince yon that what we saj s

lit Shred lei ggu.: for Jellies, Blanc Mange &c. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Yard Mar the Capitol Tallaharwe Fla. January 11, 1859-3) I: true. It contains iv p Paretrorlc or- Opiate

i.. TROMPTati oU'ontion given to Consignments to fgy All orders promptly attended to. FlU'1 thing Good, I i ninny kiud, and I therefore relieves by reitatni tin (

Patent Air-Tight Glass Jars -L his care. Room. next door to Ames&Lmly's Dec. 27. 1859. 1-ly Tallahassee,Fla. T.t.LL.AU.tSSCC tn/irigiof your child. instead of by deodtnitjitiitHtibililift.
_ _
Drug Store. [Nov. 8, ;859. 46Q1ie For this reason,it commend itself a

I FOR PUTTING UP PRESERVES & FRUITS. .A.1.ex MILES NASH & CO. Subscriber is now receiving: at his store neat "S____VJ......_, :!)I.;....:....".._:,_"....V'U .. the only Tit reliable DuaaB preparation now known for Cairns CmDE .
:. THE :X In DrolO, Articles for the Toilet. DKALKB IN Dealers in Xedieinei & R. H. Berry's Auction Room, a well-seleoted i.f: THE uwzu. Aciorrr or THE STOMACH, Win,
Drugi, 0. AND
stock SPRING&SUMMER GOODS suitable for ,
,
COLD IIIt"D, and Caorr also for tofttuifI
,
is THE ,
ANDOLINE, various kind,ftn elegant dressing DryGoods, Provisions, WOULD inform their friends and the pub. Gentlemens Wear, Harness Establishment. I, gum., riilueipg injlamalio*. rtgulatitg t tit

for the Hair ; Savage Ursioa,or Real Bear'sGrease A.DGroceries they have on hand a good assortment Consisting in part of- -0-- Boictlt, and relievingpaim, it has *' rqsal-beit Jan
{ ROM M German CoUgae, Lotto's Ex- in General.Nov. of such articles as are generally kept in their French and English Cloths, TIlE subscriber having purchased the interest of I Gllti.'pa.m.4ie it I.i nied with unfailinf erects H.

tracts aid various other delicate Perfumes. Wked- 9, '58 46-tf [Flor. line of business, and will be receiving regdlarlj I'asslmeres and Vestings. 'hte DAVID E. HULL, in the Carriage, in all caws of CuliYITJ.81oW oa FITS. A. you ella

...'*Oriental Lot.a (or the omplexion ; Porcelain copy IreshsLpplies. Their terms shallbe) reasonable. of the latest style and Nit quality, which he U Saddlery and Harness business,so long kept by him, the 1 He: ami health of your children and wish. !to HI

a.4 Metal Pvff Boxes; Toilet Powder,Toilet Soaps, DATTO r. IRMVK. A. rcaar AMAKERHogne :_ TaHahaaaee,July 8th,1851. to make to order in a workmanlike prepared and would respectfully inform the inhabitants of Leon and them from those sad and blighting' conseqncKd
.___ __._________ up
-- -- hU adjoining counties, chit he will continue the badness
which certain rtiull
) a very choice and extensive variety.r 1. fashionable manner, and on reasonable terms. are to from tie.It ifnwcttaof
p. ::1 I & Amakar FLORIDA RAIL ROAD Also a general assortment ofXesi.cIy'ss.c1o in sll its branches,at tho old stand, where may which all otter remtdiet Infantile Complatsti

JUST RECEIVED a supply of "COSTAR'S ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW be found at all times, are composed,take nose hut L>a. EATOH'S InrismiCoaouL

t RAT. EOACE. &C., TaUmhassee, Florida, O 1ctbJ.nn.&;. Rockavxiyt, Buyyie, Road Wagon, Saddle, this you fan ry upon. It k perfffllj
Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties; Shirts; harmU-M and the delicate infi.,
nTERXDrATO a' be Corner DrugStoreIf harness Bridles Trunks cannot injure most
: TTAVE formed a co-partnership the practice of )Merino Silk and Cotton Under-shirts Collars Hall Whip, I tad
; Fun
directions
h J. R. GREGORY & CO. ; Price,25 cent. accompany
XI Law, and will attend to any professional buaineas CHANGE OF HOURS. Hose; Gloves ; &o.,
entrusted their care. and after July 2nd., 1860, Trains will run as: : -hIa would take this method retnrniag thanks Of every variety And in fact, every article usually j CHURCH & DUFONT,
Citrate of Magnesia. May IS, '58 21CTotloo. ON follows: to his old customer for the liberal patronage heretofore kept in nuchan establishment ; and he hopes by attention I &>.409 Broadway, X.T.

ed.joA Freight and Passenger Train, on Mondays,Wednesdays bestowed on him, and trusts by strict attentionto to the interests of his customer, to merit a By Aua & Livzir,Tallahasseo. And by iD nHctabIe ,
THIS p.ular eel ddtftrtral 1 Apsricat is maouftc- and FridayswillLeave business merit a continuance the same. continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed the
J. B. TAYLOR. BOM). Drocrgista throughout oonntry.
J. 8. |
in small aantities at a time eo .s to be always his J. E. PURDY.
Fernaodina at...... 10.20 A. M. JOSEPH WEBER. upon predecessor. March 13, '60. 13-ly-eow
fresh. Seltzer Aperi at, Soda aad SeUlits DRS. TAYLOR k BOND Baldwin at............2.20P.M. March 20, 1860. 13Gooc&et The subscriber would alto inform his friends and -

Powders,fresh; Compound Syrup of the Phosphates HAVE:: associated in the practice of Medicine. 4' Gainesville at.........ISA the public, that be .tiil continues the Agency of the NEW ESTAIT.TSITM'TINT.; 1

or Chemical FoOd. at the Old St"n.1 .f Dr. Taylor. Arrive at Bronson ......9.30 :N'ew well known and justly celebrated Wheeler& Wilson I undersigned respect Tally informs his rnasA

Tallahassee, February8I9.: I 7 Passenger Train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays re* Sewing Machines. TilE the public generally that he has not
ROar SALT FOR 8TOOK. will Sept.20, 1859. 39 X

HANCKEL TUNNO[ & NOWELL, Leave Fernandina, at..... .12.45 P. M. SPRING AND SUMMER NEW BLACKSMITH Retired from nor Bosijie, t
:
.. >
KEROSENE LAMPS I FACTORS Dl&ldwin.\.3 1800. : GONE TO HARPER'S FERRY; 1
fitted with the most approved Burners. 14 Gainesville at .. ...... 7.10 __ SDBCO3P: : V has he
-AND- Arrive at Brooson, at........8.35 nor any
General Commission! Ulrrdjantd} Passenger Train on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays FHATOHIUS & CLARK THE SUBSCRIBES Uf reme-ed his Blacksmith, Intention of Going to Texas
Fluid wffl ,Have now in Store a Full Assortment ofDrillings.> "JEWRY HICKS but that be will ally resume lheBI.eksaWdlK
Burning NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF, LeeveBron.onat..7, A.M. from the Monroe House U the shop adjoining that I Ain

KEROSE.\E AND LARD OILS. c. F. UANCfKLV. Gainesville at.. .... .A30 M Olothz 4ll2i2 of the old and well known Carriage Shop of Mr. E. Jtasiatss .

H. TCNNO, Baldwin at..... ..... ..11.(0 "" B. CLAIK.opposite Messrs.Hopkins and Meginnis', _ all its various branchesf
Cliarlelton' S. C.. Arrive at FlnWldiDa..........2. P.M. where he is now prepared perform all work, including *
:. !BAILIE 1FlRmmBllmIIP () K. L TVNNO, and Train Caulmen, fflanailesVestlags HORSE-SUOEINU, &.c., tntnuted to his one month from this date. His shop is frontiof iIIe j
Freight Passenger on Tuesdays, Thursdays 200 foot the Po t-office 1"11
street
-- 1:. W. > charge,in the but manner all.ll4espatcb.JOSEPH opposite
: 'OW'ELL:0 aad Saturdays, will rear of Mr.Zaker's Harness Shop where hi in"*
Expected to Arrive Soon.plONGRESS :- Leave Bronaon at.............3.20A.M.Gaioewllle Velttap, H. ALSTON. to on the business it should be done. F<**"
as
: WATER; A large and well stleet- TN the abeenoe of one of our firm, Messrs. D. C. I a' at..........6.50 March 13,1860. I2dmBlacksmith ing crrry for the liberal beretofi n'

Wed stock Tooth and Hair Brushes,Paiut,Var. JL WOSOH& Son, of Tallahassee, Fla., will represent Baldwin at. ... ._....10. 0 4< 1TT tended grateful him he patronage solicit a'-*''
to wonjd'
&c. respevtkfly
uish and White-wash Brushes ; A complete stock or .s,receive and advance upon all Cotton designed Arrive Fernandina at..... .2.35 P.1\(. Spring flfj Notice. of the his periosal si
111 OMce same own
by
for us. Coatings, / f fcc. ,hoping J.
utensils for Graining, Porte Monaies Violin String J. K LARKIN, fort and render ettire saig"'
attention
prompt ,to
lIANCKEL TUNl'O & NOWEI.L
\UE blacksmith bosi-
-
Engineer and perintdent. T F1TIS.
lion. H. B.
.. Jan. 31, '60. 6 Charleston, S. C. Fernandina, July 3 1880. 28 ness in all its branches -
otTuS: .
Which they aro prepared to Manaractare to Orderat will be carried on a. April23,1860. 18-tf [fflorE1NA -

::EI.. :EI:. JLE: : ," WILL CALL, T. W. B RE YARD,JR. Lke Shortest notice and in the Most Fashionable heretofore, at the OLD

; EXPECTED DAILY. CALL, ft BREVARD, GREAT INVENTION manner. Also an extensive assortment of STAND,by the undersigned INSURANCE COMPANY

Men and YontH'g Clothing, who returns his .
_. \T7IIITE WINE: VINEGAR, RaspberryVinegi A't'torn.ey ae La'"OV, H.QXMJUV dt :x.x.oVct'S AIDPUBJISKING thanks for and aoIieita"OODtin.uatloD OF HARTFORD.
,V Worcestershir Saoce, Pickled LobsUPrsih .. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. PATENT SOUTHERN PLOW. GOODS. of the pub-

I/obsUrs, Fresh Salnxm, Fresh Mackerel, HAVING aaaooiated Uwmselves in the practice of. AH for sale at the lowest living pticea. They respectfully lie prtronage heretofore Incorporated in 18 i 9.-Charier Ptrptl.JOw

Pickled Onions, Prunes, Date.inderaou'. Solace offer their professional services to the I Ipablio. Patented Dec. 27th' 1859.:) solicit a call from their old friends and. ous- so liberally extepned.J : .
Tobaooo,Macaboy Suuff, WaterpecolMitches,Rose, will io the Circuit Courts ef Caplta1--lOOO.OOO!
They practice omen, at their old stand opposite the Marina Bank .ly 1,1859. 31 D.C.WILSON.Dissolution. .
IIi CosatileaedTrsn.p.rentSoap; SpermOilapur.ar. the Middle Diatrietth Supreme Court and District WE all the attention of the public to ocr new

ti U fur awing Machines. Court of the United States at Tallahassee Pl.tr; feeling satisfied that it b Oe meet Agency.We are receiving new goad monthly INSURE AGAINST-e.---LOSS AND DAMAGE If

i: -------- -. (7 Offioe Rut gam'new building over the SouthWestern convenient valuable and economical FLOW yet invented Maroh 27, 1810. 14Education. mITE Co-partnenbjp heretofore eristing betwe o FIRE. ON TERMS ADAPTED

.1flflEEfFR'S ORIENTAL LOTION for removing Rail Road Bank. and must erben it has lee. tried,sipetoede all JL the Subscribers,under the firm of HOPKINS TO THE: HAZARD 1
\'V t
Tan, Sun-Burn. Freckles Pimples Jan.31, 1860. 4-tf others. This is the.Haioa.r experienced planter & MEGimnSS, was dissolved mutual AND CONSISTENT WITH 11lEf! 0 -
by conaant
,
.4 aX cniption of the Skin For sale at the Corner who
a
have
examined it. We are prepared te sell .
patents on the 31st of May last. All tuuineeeof the firm COMPENSATION.B. .
Drag Stan b/ J. R. GREGORY & CO. and cal the special attention of the THE BOARD OF EDUCATION constituting
that
MESRT La public will be adjusted
RUTGERS those them TrMteea of the State Seminary Wt of the by HOPKINS & CO., who areaotborbeJ C. LEWIS Agent,

& CO.'S INIMITABLE HAIR COMM1SSIOWIMERCHAKT.TALLAHASSEE I I GAD be wishing eeen at soar Lloyd eeetre,and we will sooo.leave patternsdietributed The PLOW- Suwanae, located in TatUhaaaee,Florida, dfair* to to use the firm DUN in Uqaidatioo. For Tallah..... and yctittl',
HEMSTREET employ three assistant teacher to HOPKINS.. 39
vacancies 57
warranted U restore grey hair as different= places very soon supply aep22 _
MTAjfehU
to its oriMial s....., at the Corner Urag Store. FLORIDA. Wanted. RONEY & LLOYD.. hat*have ocoorred in the School; two competent Tallatusaee Jnne D. B. MEGINNISS.
I J.R.GREOORY&CO.Aromatic LIBERAL advances made on Cctjoees' Tobacco Jan. 10'CO. 0tfFOR jrive iostnratiosi& in the KngKsh, French, Latin and 19th ISM. A.T COST.A .
to hi. friends IB NcwYorLur Greek Languages,and ODe in Mathematics sad Miltary CO..

2 Toolo Bitten. SIGhT EXCHANGE. IEW. YORK fa SALE. Taetiea. To teachers veil ,oaJ4ed and with OoPartneriWp.a.iwruHs HOPKINS & 11-
__ aasna to suit purobuen. U. L. R. SOSM .cperieaM. .in ebiaf.a eaiaiy of f 1X00 forth A RE offering their lam Stock of.s
r rflHEE invaluable BITTEBS arc a cM.t Re- A HOUSE and LOT L C. raaeniu., .tj DR8GOODSATTCOn5i5'ORGANDIE.JANETt .
Sept. 7, 'tt 37 together aohoUatMT arviBsj aUoave4. Preen the Board CDWAKD JI"DEon. II..
.
4I I. .yoaiveiaa1lcaseiofDebilityiecldcstoa JTJL the oot-boJIdint, w iei are Teachers when wiB b selaottd L. L. nAY.EL BERAGB a;>
**piat ,o e, by UNDERSIGNED entered into
$, %&m cfiowU, persons wbo are re.ov rlng from alcktm I Oha.ffB. :3MC.. ".W.otDEALI& pleaaaotly aiuuted on the principal withA, the Board of ElooaUon to act a* PrbaMl, with an THE i, on the 1st day of J one, 1860 a aDder Co.par1.the PINE APPLE TISSUES and stjltn t
% wifi isjd them an excellent Tool. Those)laboring and near the Depot, within a few invite attention
: e IN- adcIi&1oaalpeD8ti of three hundred dollara, for firm of A.HOPKINS 4 CO., far the tn'bMCtioa, They ofparchaser
wUer DrarerwA and IHVMESTIOM will find them I &iitsitb misim meets walk of the Capitol. It baa thereon. excellent tH same lenD. The duties
: advaaUfavM.-tskM e.. hour or so before meals,in tltfllll:0 !. well of good water, fruit trees,&c.,which make, let, I860 and end JaJy 1st,1881. Commanicatioiu A. HOP NS. ..
ic; ,SaM; *a.r ru1 Mi/ and an cnelUnt Tonic in almost :- it .eonrenient and desirable one that may may be addressed until the lit of Septem- EDWARD R.. if BERRY: ,

T f .11..wqr..ati.titisctre.reqaircd... ALL orders accompanIed by the CASH will meet wikh for a pleasant uuutfion. Call and tee itJOHN her, to F. EPPES: Presideot R. C. PABKHILL BRADFORD, Jr., AUCTIONEER AND COyUSI J
1 the Cc.Of8et'Dru tt.-; .. attention. ,
. For at : prompt BOWMAN. I Board of Edoeatitm. L..K.
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