The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00416
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ii iiI GOODS T. J. OUR LEE --0-
'W. I. Clarke
CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE, WOULD return his grateful acknowledg : Esq:,
NOW IS THE TIME!\ to the citizens of Southern Georgia located in TaUili s.ee.'u AT-
-FOR- an
I' fnO get the most desirable SEWING MA and Middle and East Florida, for the very AT LAW respectfully'offer

-0- JL CHINE invented for liberal patronage received from them daring his service to the All claims for collection '
SPRING & SUMMER AN ACT to amend tho 8l' section of the 6th ever family use. >> public. -
the past five or six years. other business him will
article PRICE $40, GASH or to
of the Constitution
of the State of
lie the the
will continue
-XT THEAH ; be promptly attended, to.
Florida. Liberal deduction to teioltsale purchasers. profession in those sections of country'andhas I f3T Omric in the new buil ling! opposite

EXCHANGE ROOMs) SECTION I. Be it enacted by the Senate Read the following and then call at my I made such arrangements with manufacturers the firm of A. Hopkins k Co. .

Representative* of the Staff office in the Capitol (Southwest corner basement I of Dental :Materials, North, as to enable ; July 7, I860. 28-Om

-01- TALI.mS3EK.. FLORIDA. Florida in General Assembly convened, ) and see fur yourselves : him to put up full setts of teeth, in any of the I -- ------ -
Cl.enucle That the 8th section of the Cth article of the E. I... T. BLAKE, popular mode, at from fifty'to one hundred WaKulla. Circuit Court.-In Equity.

G. W.:: Scott $ Co. Perfumery, Varmehea,Surgical, Uye-Stufli Instrument, &c. ,PaintsOils Constitution of this State shall not hereafterbe Sole owner of the Patent for the dollars less than is usually charged for the i. Mary E. Lawrence, ) '"

-ALSO- 1'0 construed as to render any Justice of July 14, 29 State of Florida. same in the South ; (he means what he says,) vs. y Bill of Divorce.

Crushes, Cuinlu nud Fnicy Toilet Article Medicine the Snprcme Court, Chancellor or Judge of and guarantees them to be as durable, beau- Francis: M. Lawrence, )

-:0-: Cheats of alUizca,fitted up iu complete this State ineligible to either of the offices of TALLAHASSEE, FLA, June 12, 1860. tiful and serviceable! as can be put up North
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
*tjle Mitlt Pure Medicine
Justice of the Supreme Court, Chancellor or I state that I from E. L. I or South. IT
3' of Good required in thisM.A.R. hereby purchased by affidavit filed, that the defendant in this
variety STOOOEC
cry Jndge of this Stale, the ground that T. of Those in need of his service, can, by dropping
3'1W upon Moore's )Ia-
Of Ira'-i, Mcdiiiiuit, A.C., embrace* mticlo Blake, R--q.] one Sewing i Bill resides out of the State of Florida, it u
: : ET- requires by the PIij icun. and guarantretl every of the the same is another and different office, station chines. Judging l from the encomium bestowed a note to him at either Monticello or ordered that a hearing be had upon tho facts

fir..t qual.ty. Country Fhiiiicians and Planter may or post of honor and cinolunient.t upon it by those members of mv, family Madison, Fla hive the work done, and timeto charged in said Bill before the Judge of the

-: :- rtl> on hating ti Kir orJ
aii.i at the.niukt asuuable |>iicck. by the constitutional majority January 8, would suppose that aid; :Machines cannot well 1C.57 The best references given if desired. first Monday of October next. It is further
ID] :]'DIJ!) March 7, I860. 14W 18'>9. Parsed 1 the House of : December 25 1853. 52 -
AJI J --. .. Representativesby IKS surpassed for simplicity of arrangement ordered, that! copy of this order be published '
WHITE LEAD, the constitutional majority January 12, and beauty of btitih. "DISSOLUTION.fTUIE ..A.r / in the Floridian and Journal once a week

GOODS 183S.J HUGH .\. CORLEY. tor the of three months.Passed .
HEAVY DRY Zinc, Paints, Colors, &c. ? Co-Partnership heretofore existing un- space
L of firm has at Chamber this 29th day of June,
Iiave: just re r lund. fur IKI!. been dissolved the 30th of June last. All
< on the most rrasnnable term. lath article of theConstitutiouof on
''laillation 1 i Goods, French. and American Zinc Painttt English SEcTIoN 1. Be it enacted the tilla State. I have been using for some time one of the busines-f of the late firms of HEIR & RUST, WAYLE3 B.\KERJudge.

EQ .ltand liair Linseed Oil, RId Lead, and House ly tlu Stale Senatf Moore Machines," and am satisfied that it i is and HEIR; RUST & CO., will be settled by June 29th, 1860. 3m-27.
and Patent Representatives of oe one of the best labor saving machines in use, '-" -" "- "' -"'" ,
< r. Litharge Hryert'er, \ RUST & mAGlIEH.
Florida in General
T' S" diyris Llafk Paint J.anNl- Assembly cONve1tt That and take pleasure in recommending it as HEIR RUST & CO. KOTICR.
'Bron \ ;
E! :
the 7th
!' section of the 13th: article of the Con- : persons w ho have demands against
'=--- N \\'ntan Red French such. Tallahassee 20 1SJ( ). ALL any
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titution of this
" and American I State be s>o amended as to I Se RISE. JEFFERSON Corxrr, FLU ) estate of James "VA Dabney, late of
.1l -.tMI )- j road, all liabilities of such Banks shall bepa'ahlc 1860. } Leon county, deceased, arc called npon to
: Ocftres April.th .
Laiiip in specie, and the aggregate of the I present them, without to the undersigned
11'Aiti.ig, Paris White, I This i is to certify that I hare one of Moore'sPatent business of the above firm will be carried delay, -
o CB cs liabilities and issues of a Bank (exclusive of.leposits administrator of saiestate! and all
I is American tnd Foniirn Blue Family Sewing Machines, which has JL on as usual at the old stand by the ;
$ 1111Q'7; shall at time exceed creditors
) no double the legatees and entitled ta
.. X i s been in use eight months. It will from persons
ft '. ___ j jIBK01DERIES Putty, Window Glaus, Painters amount of its capital stock paid iu. I sew subscribers, who entered ,into Co-Partnership distribution, are notified that their claims and
; the finest to the coarsest ']oth. Is has done
Brushes (
Graining Combs, dcn rfr., d'C, Asscmbl-IJasscd at the of
AND HOSIERY, : 27, 1WO. AMESiLlVLLY.QUININE.: : all the sewing for the family and made all the RUST & !MEAGHER. expiration
, f, \ by the constitutional majority January 4, clothes-will sew with kind of two years, unless exhibited within the aama.Those .
1859. Passed the House of negro any Tallahassee, July 21, I860 indebted the
Representatives to estate arc called
thread. I can lecoramend the Machine to upon

.l @ J J [KJ@gD [ 1000 Ounces Sulphate of Quinine. by 1858.the] constitutional majority January 10, I any-pcrson that wants one, as being as good NOTICE.ALL for expect immediate to be sued.-payment,, otherwise. they- .may

.itJjI ; i HAVING: bought llna article before the advance as any in use. ALFRED RAYSOII. persons indebted to the late firms of WILLIAM BLOXIIAM AJmV. *
.itJjn. we are prepared to cell it and HEIR RUST & ,
on rta- I & RUST
I -.\:; erj AN 7
fnable To and ACT to amend the amended Constitution MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ALABAMA AT July 1860. 28-8w
tertn in the
1 Physicians partien CO., will call and settle their accounts due on .
of the State of Florida in relation - -'-' -- -
trade who to MOBILE. - "' -
want a quionty, fur CASH can Uuy of usis
GWBmmtl! low at ill any market North or South. the sessions of the General Assembly. I January Istj by cash or by nt tC8. NOTICE. -
Lectures will
the 14th
-IIr M-icli, 24, 1860. AMES &; LIVELY. SECTION 1. Be it enacted ly the Sena'e TIlE 'ember commence on RUST & MEAGIIER.Tallahassee months after the first publication of

Congress Water. and House of Representatives of the State of.I The*success nest.of the school has induced the ,.July, 21., 1860,'r.- 30 """"'- SIX notice, the undersigned, ndminktra-:

:lit SUPPLY, just rewired and for uric Florida in General( Assembly coM ATSan..d ArilEb.
: AMES &; LIVELY. the members of the House of Representatives dollars towards the enterprise. With EXTS FIXE GOLD WATCHES, late of Leon county will present her final a(>

an..dC.A.PS Match 2.. 1b60.SP"I shall be chosen by the qualified voters, ; this sum the Trustee:: have built one of the ULatiks do do do count and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of
and shall for the term of two Probate of Leon county and ask to be dii-
serve years and Gold aches. Chatatain Chains
best ;
laOR Burning HuiJ, CampLene, Kerosene largest appointed Collegesin : Sped ,
:u I 11 CLOTHS & MATTING l j-d Oil, for tale by from and after the day! of the first election time United States.: Gold and Silver) 1'dn and Pencil Cases", charged. ELCY GREEN, Adm'x.

March! 27. AMES & LIVELY... under the amended Constitution, and no i The Museum has l been selected in every Silver Ware, -June_30.,- 1860._27-Cm._
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51. CORNICES &. CURTAINS, longer; and the sessions of the General Assembly part of Europe with the greatest care, and i is Plated do, NOTICE I

oj I Ames & Lively shall be annual, and commence on 'rich; ia specimens to illustrate every dcpait- Pocket Cutlery, TS hereby' given that, at the next session of

:__s .:_<.,. _;._- !'.'.... ..;w __1.,__7_ WOULD call the at'ention of the public to tlu the 3d Monday of November ill each year, ment. Mctalic Fish: IIol; &("., &('., and for sale _L the General Assembly, application will be

!. iug lUt of or at such other times as may be prescribedby There are three large I Hospitals free to the low at MYERS fc GORMAN'S. made for an alteration of, or amendment to k

., CHOICE FLOWER SEED : law. Student-. Tallahassee, July 21, 1800. 30 the Charterof the Pcnsacola and Geo. and the
ik 1IIS IRON AND OILS "SLC. 2. fir it fin lit r enacted, That the -- - -
-- -- Tallahassee Rail Road .
. jilting i Iialcttunica' Rocket LTLCS1ur] The rooms for practical Anatomy will be Conmptnime.July .
Itenre r.e, CaLiuJriua disc..Ior! Schizauthtib P.n.itu, >en on opened about the middle of October. 28, I860.:! 31
.. Monday J in October in ca"h and second 'Tl' has resumed work in town .... .,.
.k "huiJi'Krj:a \uranteva, liunilierg-a: : FrrjtnnUdttod -, every undersigned - - - ---------- ---
I -o- 'a _____..1 CL__ .L ___m.:4x NITJI"LSIX ?
at'r ( lore, \\\fte JMnli-r: i'infit" \enrfioin and after tho first election under I J4&V/1.44.A.4. -
.rov I
GROCERIES >> _. .. ..... ..... I HITith ilr. Kuhn's
L: : g A* nr i tir nvt tAfru I tne :lInt'1It1t."fI1l"00l::mt, "i.i. suvu vntt.1 Carriage oppositethe months after date, the undersigned will
MOTT M. !). .
J. C. Professor of
'; n :\btl'.I.t:; Vir;iut. iMicl, bt3 may bo direclol)' law.SEC Surgery.J. Exchange; ,w here till kinds, of Blacksmithing I cnt his final account and voucheis.

Million, LQIOCO \ i cIJ.I.fLl..x : 3. Be it further exacted, That the F. IIKITSTISS: !>., Piof., ofimtomu; will be, done with neatness and despatch.He the Judge of Probate of Leon county, and
Duiutiiaudii, Co-niat-lma COrance \VM. JI. ANDERSON 1. I). l'rof.vf Plnn-]
J sh.-ill be chiscn i the refer with confidence to those who for final
tFJ1lliJO I-vcrl".tin: Pea A rgemune :Mexicans, Senators by qualified ology nud 1';lt1IOIWV'! can apply a discharge from the administration

9A In."ullI:: l'eru"kllnUID, 1Jolichos LaLlab Albul. electors for the term of four jcar.s: at tIle (.IX). A. KKTCIIUM"M. I)., Prof of Principles have )patronized him heretofore for the character on the estate of Mary M. TownseiiJ-:
xu- tu1ina .ttriitiliIia! : : CunV4IV ,Ius Major. .tame time, in the Fame mann-r and in the of his work. deceased, late of said county. .
and! Practice of Medicine.F. .
Frt'lI"h uiayuek1t! ... (u"t'lera' Li.dlcs.n.t. same places here they. vote for members of l :FRANCIS PAYNE. LYMAX 8)111'11JIll'r..
IMPLEMENTS A. ROSS M. IX Prof of Matcrui Medica
l .CULTURAL PUt'II .1III.inl"n"i<. Papei PoIp 1io. ,
..,...t P..". 1'1""f'3n1'. Ee. the house of H'prc'cntatn'c! and no person and Therapeutic a January 8, 1838., 2-tf .. March 10, I860. 11-CmNOTICK.
: shall be Senator unless he bo white man, / -' '' "-"
-:0--: : Vcuu J':ii.t r.ruillC >.IIi;; ;idGrandtfl"ra. a a F. E. (;GOUDOX: : I).. Prof, of Obstetric FOR SALE C
h .L cliollzia CaEronia, citizen of the United States and t-l1alllla\'c S
:Seal let .CIUi.s Paitit Ilru> Es a ,
Jrf of the alore' ar' f'I"* con- Fie!. Mixed Fox Glo\'.,. Mixed PortuUca& been an inhabitant of this State for two and D.eo.es Women and Children.J. PLANTATION ix JEFFERSON COUNTY.T ALL persons having claims or demands{,

)., trg< sSilrflllfd hand and at the Cilia CapiUti, Ni oli lli.panira, \ears next preceding his election, and the W. MALLET Prof. of Chemistry.GOROXWV OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in n"t the estate: .)George N. Heir, deceased
,(/ on selling Taft OWEN. I)., A. P. HALL.
Jrani-liinff: Larkspur, Purple 'at..1y last year thereof a resident of the dktrict or Jeilersoii countIt consists of 1,000 l, late of Leon county, are requested topresent
t Sweat .."um, Job's :Tears, M. D. Demonstrators of Anatomy.II. .
\11 ,
them authenticated the
:1, Prices. Heliophjlla Araboidra.An county; for which he shall be chosen, and acres of fine Cotton Land, 670 acres cleared, properly to .
CASH StenartikSpccio&a D. SCHMIDT M. D. Prosecutor of Sur
owcsl : i within the time bylaw
undersigned, prescribed
U. alo hosts containiug:: ; 12 of he mOlt choice ":a.ittse II shall!! have attained the age of twenty-fit and of this 5uO acres are fiesh. This tract
r. fa'IaL.' ..",. June 19, 1860. 6-tf[ ,'_-' "i *. AMES-& LIVELY. ,\'cars.SEC.. gery.Address lies within 10 miles of the Pensauola and or they will be barred; and alt\ thpso! i iu- I

11.. GEO. WALT NXNiGHT, Mardi. C. 1860. 11 4. Be it further enacted, That the W. II. ANDERSON, iieoigia; Railroad is well watered and adjoinsa tkttel will make payment immediately.
14. 2!>-3m Dean of
July Faculty. ROBERT HEIR Atiui'r.NOTICE. .
110D. LAW classification of Senators made at the firstsssion large tody of good pine land abounding in *

.D..t ITO SEY TALLAHASSEE.& COUNSELLOR FLA.Oit. .AT Fulton Foundry, of the General Assembly, held in the MILES XASII & CO, the best of timber. Apply to __ ':!r}_.!.! __ 29-8w :..:

," Store FLOK1DA. ] 1845, shall continue unchanged, one- E. W. GAAl Tallahassee.. :
.i. si Mea.ra Aiiica & Livel)" Drug TALLAHASSEE, year Dealers in Drugs, Heine, &c.
Dr half of whom, as nearly as possible, shall be May 26, 1860. 22 months after date, the undersignedwilP:
t1 'LIbC. HI-If_ CARDY received from New York bark ____ SIX
tit :. JOHN Proprietor. chosen hereafter biennially for the term of ; TUST per """J' his final accounts and! vouchers; to,

... GEORGE; S. COLLINS; STEAM EXCUSES; from C to 33 lion four years: Provided, howeecr, and it is htreluf J R. II. Gamble, a general assortment of articles RICHARDSON'S IRISh LINENS, DAMASKS the Judge of Probate of Leon county'as ex*

:.ftn ittrnts&Cffunstllflrat; ato, built to order ofthe best material and declared, That the term of office of that in our line such as Oils of almost every DIAPERS &c. officio administrator on the state of V. V..

ie.1tt power[workiuaneliip, and as cheap as can l>c purchased class of Senators nnexpircd at the first election kind, Burning Fluid White Lead, Zinc and pONSUMERS of nic tarl on', Linens, and Skrine, deceased, late of said county, and ask

TALLAHASSEE.Dlld.I" FLORIDA.fct in New York or any Northern city under the amended Constitution, shall other paints! Window GlaM of best quality, \J those desirous of obtaining the genuine to be discharged therefrom. -,
lit Stale
101 : rcr and the first in Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Gelatine sLouM see that the articles they purchase H. BLOCKER Fxof6cfoAdm'r
11, !>, 1360.. 9 ,. and laid down in Florida. Castings for Saw extend to expire on Monday goods, ,
-- ---- -- &C. &c., constantly: on October, eighteen hundred and ixty-two. London Mustard, French Brandy (cry are staled with the full name of the firm, April 7, 1800. 15-6m
It, MKDICAL NOTICE. Mills Gin Gearing, best for medicinal _, ___ ......._ )
) Spices Pepper
cia Land. Mill from 12 to 18 inches in SEC. 5. Be itfurtfter enacted, That the first purges I J. N RICHARDSON SONS & OWDEN / '" """"" '" -.r -".". "
DR. GEORGE :BADGER Sugar Lemon Inks! Quinine Permian Bark ,NOTICE.
Syrup ,
Constitution -
under this
liia .iooal service to the citizen. diameter always on hand or made to order. election for Assemblymen I as a guarantee of the soundness and durabilityof
yfKRS prorea Fluid Extract Buchu, Arc., take the first
of Iron Hailing for shall place on Mondayin SIX
ef T mhaa e and nurrounJing eouotry. Some patterns: We the Goods.
assortment of Popular Patent Medicine notice, the undersigned executor of
r.c. \\TQiftfr the I. October, eighteen hundred and sixty, and
at Cltll1otd.JIOf tc. rendered -
yards, This caution is essentially necessary '
grave keep none but the best and hope to merit the laatWillamidt 1K60 24-tf- -- -- -- Jobbing work of all descriptions executed the first session of the General Assembly very } as large quantities of inferior and defective '
All orders addressed under this amended Constitution shall commence your patronage. deceased, late of Leon county, 'Will presenthis
with neatness and despatch.': Linens season after season
Fire Insurance are
in MILES NASH JL' CO. final account, as such executor, to the
in November
to John Cardy, Tallaliaj, Florida, on time third and scaled with the name of Richardson, by
March 29 I of Probate of said and ask to*:
1856. 18
Jt l 1t Fire and Marine Insurance Co., will be promptlv attended to.SPECIAL I, the year eighteen hundred and sixtyone.SEC. Irish Houses who, regardless of the injury I Judge be JOHN county D. BRANCH. .

PENNSYLVANIA.) I trTrnis Caslz..ff3'0 C. Be it farther enacted, That the RONEY .- LLOYD'SPATENT thus inflicted alike on the American consumer! discharged.1860. 20-6ra Executor. ,

'-"' RE: against loss liv Fire on the uual sessions of the General Assembly shall not l and the maTmfactvrren' of the gennitte Goods 1 ,_May_ .12, : _

"*."I-" F. II. FL.r.n.'lIt.. NOTICE. extend over thirty days in duration, unless! a SOt'THERNPLO"VV. will not readily abandon a business so profitable NOTICE.

, ,1ahx: <
II. )IILTO n Cardx in the Fulton Foundry, as wl'111 deem it expe icnt.- No member snail receive TNDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to use this PLOW Goods of a worthless character. SIX notice, the undersigned will presenthis
\) DERSOS.)1.
> all accounts due the concern, the busine1 pay from the State for his servicesafter J. in Leon county, sold by J. BULLOCKE A J. B. LOCIvlX Ag't3G final ac'ountn.1 vouchers to the Judgeof : ,"

Anderson & Milton, will hereafter be conducted by me. Those the expiration of thirty days continuously FRANCiS PAYNE, Blacksmith. Church St., Ncw'York.Sept. Probate of Leon county, as executor of the \
.\TTORNEYS AT LAW, indebted will please conic forward and settle from the commencement of the session. Tallahassee, May\ 12, 18GO. 20 24, 1S39. 30-ly! estate of A. I* Fisher, deceased,_ late ofs-j

) ANDSOLICITORS their accounts. JOhN CARDY. SEC. 7. Be further enact d, That the net _.. ""' -- ., county, and ask to l>e discharged. ,"

.. IN EQUITY January) 7, 1860. 2-ly entitled an act to'amend the Constitution of Sulphur Springs, New Goods. ALFRED A. FISHER, &'tr: '
make the sessions of the '
.. tins State, so as
tlananna, Jaeltnon Co'inty, Flu., April 28, 1860.( 186m .
. House. General biennial instead of annual, NEW PORT, FLORID.lrfRR. .\. / ,
: Scriven Assembly ----0- -
n -' .
\\ E in the
I! l| tonncJ a co-partncrsliip prac- I be and the same is hereby abrogated and annulled ] I... A. MADDEN respectfully informs RARE INDUCEMENT. NOTICE.
** tkp will attend with i fidelity
II '.- of Uw, and buMiicss entrusted to SAVANNAH.; GEORGIA. so far as the same is inconsistent with ill her friends and the public who may desire mouths after the-iirst publication Ofi1 j:

"( '"proinjitnov. to Circuit any; Courts of Jackson, 1'rl.8.,' : S. B. FOLEY, l' the provisions of this act to visit the SULPHUR SPRINGS for LEG leave respectfully U> draw the attcn- SIX /' the undersigned, executor of the
[ U/are C'alhnan in and in the l.t! new and elegant Hotel roPrietrCAA.-ThiS.. [Passed the House of Representatives by health or pleasure,.that she ha had tho Wa- I tion of the citizens of Tallahassee and adjoining lost Will and testament of Archibald Gjahj,

"'eWe Marianna Washington and: in the; Uni'istrict ment Square, is now in the constitutional majority January 15, 1859. I kulla HOTEL put in good order, and i ia pre- counties to the fact that I am now iu deceased, l late of e<,county: will, preset*

St4tC'ourt I at Court at, Tallahassee and I ready to accommodate in fine style the travcling Passed the Senate by the constitutional ma- pared to Accommodate them with Board and possession of a complete and well assorted his final account. as such cxecutotothJnde. .

'f li11aclultJla.% public. jority January 15, 1859..] Lodging. Her table will be supplied with SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK, ofProbatcof said c nny' 'at1d kOJaA.eliiged. .'_'

fl'ruar: The Rooms are large and airy,and the Table the best the market affords-including:FRESH COMI"RIJNGOT' :- a:. ro fjs.'Y'ti a- -T'

4, 1860. Ctr fully equal to any Hotel North or South. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE, }) Fisn. The Bath House at the upper springis Dry Goods Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Fancy Agril'28*, f86 .- 'l tit '

p \ HUGH: ARCHER. _FEELYS splendid four horse Omnibus is *1wale 1- Tallahassee, March 19th, 1860. ) in fine condition bathing, and has given Goods, Straw, and Millinery Goods, '

, PAPY ARCHER at the Depot and Steamboat Landings, I hereby certify tho foregoing acts entitled satisfaction to all who may have visited the Groceries and Wooden Ware, - NOncE1QIX 1 : \',. -.*+,

Ti Oil KEYS AT LAW to carry passengers to and from the House, "An Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th Springs this season.: 29 July 14, 1860. Watches;and Jewelryricwhich -, I MONTHS Cler date andcrei'goed
at half the usual rates. article of the Constitution of the State of I offer at astonishing low prices. : I L1 will present her final accounts and Tooch-
Tallahassee, Florida. 2&-3m It "An Act to the 7th sectionof FOR :SALE. to the Judge of Probate of Leon ;"
j-\ tl.' 18J9. 28V't1. June 23, 1860. Florid., amend! Grateful foe tho liberal patronage' heretofore era county ..
-- the 13th article of the Constitution of tins PLANTATION known as "Do Sow.It bestowed opod toe 1 respectfully solicit as executrix on the estate of'Lewis P. Holla-

\ ii. MCDONALD & co's, VALUABLE- PLANTATION IN LEON StALer "An Act to amend the amended Constitution TIlE three mile East Tallahassee. It. continuance of the same, and invite the pub. day deceased, late of said county, and.ask. to-

bttrtising sifo fcimissiim JB0wt j FOR SALE. of tho State:; of Florida in relation the consists of 600 acres cleared land and 240 in lie to call and giro tw a trial., ,RespetfiiUy, discharged. therefrom. ..' iLETrTIA '

sessions of the General Assembly to be true timber. ,LAWRENCE:OHLMANN. 'O. HOLLABAY,. Eicaitrix.Jnly .
NO 102 NASSAU STREb.r."EW Plantation ]mown A8 the "AVhiUtcr of the original acts on file 21 18ftO. SO 6 ID
and correct copies New .ju.arterBt &;c. Apply to April i4, 860.< Ifr ,
yo.x. TIlE]llCe" is offeicd f)T sale. The land lies I.in this office. (1 B. GAMBLE, -- ----- .- -. -.. --a- -.. .

\\'erllscmcnh! "ill be received as! above, ebout 8 miles North of Tallahassee, and con- Witness my official jifFa.nrt'-; or T. J. PERKINS. ,NOJICE. NOTICE .. 5.

rubli\'ahQU\11 in this paper. Kitts of 2,280 acres of M pood: Cotton' Land F. L. TI Tallahassee, May 26, I860. 22 will be made stILe next MONTHS after date tIre undersigned '
;, :-'IK! 1859. 34 is in Florida] The dwellings and of State. APPLICATION SIX
as there Secretary -- General Assembly. ,of ,the I esstierfnalaeco<< ufi and roach-
l'I'L1'TlON ; ; other buildings are in fine condition and are March 24 1860. IS-6m l'NOTIC"E. Railroad Probate of Wabina ;:
'. win mad to the next State of Florida for a Charter: a era to the Jndge'of corm-

1., *._* sMon of the General AssemUy of this 'unusually good. The property is offered For for -, FOR SALE A FPLLCATION will 'be made to the uexliLiession ; commencing at some point on the Guff at or" ty, w: sdminiatntirix 'on- the estate of.JesSe

'* fur a Charter of a Rail Road from the wJe for airtsioa anaoog the heirs. particulars rm HOUSE AND LOT ON MONROE .of the. General Assembly 11th I or between Jderlhrbor Apalacaicola to Wiginsid&ied'lat cf said" 'counfjr/aSa. 'T..,.

v. ." Tampa Bay Charlotte Harbor to apply to N.C. JL Street now occupied by P. B. Brokaw, State",for a Charter for a Railroad from the i connect with the Pen. & Geo. R. R.or ia the ask to be discharged. ". .':? A,

:t &1--1', > ,.! the St.J* ohw River, at or near I.. !l. B. WHITAKKR, Enfield tla., I' Esq. 4 I). n. )IEGlSNISS.I [ waters' of the St.,Johns to Indian River. direction of Tallahassee. ANN WIGGINS adrfx.' '
J GAMBLE TalLihassce, -
"I'! or E. w. ,.- May S, I860. 19 July 21, 1860. 30 July 28, 1860. 31 __ July 21, 1860. 30-8m
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-===_J-- New !.nrn: mtDts. The Sentinel again b.arpupc.t.be bug ,,;,UE .1\Ef T1IC1Y.CONTESTTheClerksbip.t : The Homestead Bill and Mr. Bell. eatirg the till, but-1:reUytLiaL-, ,

;: & fluritaI.'i readersj bear of-disonion/aaa: hcfpes thilaf the Court of Appeals an The Richmond Whiy has denounced the idea that! there aremaTjiiin2i7
: t p aVuwxin-referring our incumbent .whfX4anTu leave
election for 4fihiCl bjw! ; .ta try $ where 'Ower
lie adBin voted for Mr.; Lane .
Mr.iB. :MAiVritLL I old from 'Yr. Ihjlt6n"1upjeFt. Hp'm ;aji by as"fyde'WcMe they
'informing women
of ieiipl& i a Kent kyizsimdt 'be womtK go.ofibto t e n. 1'
,... -- -:''' : s BiwL tOO:1nblithat he i is "Alii. is rather to6 jealous of' SoniKeU'honor. andrights" 'o0oo-dus; 'p&vfthef.nq.huercen.'un3er.a.m). ao:' i .'011t:; :1: : enddismrtabb Homestead Bill, ) .s4opt.ed.a I n o lCt atDd1tlt' to d

TALLABABStESATURDAY Again," o la vusgt opened his itock oTj for the central organ:?,of: J .l Keo**. oW the-ra4
"" AUGuST -18th I860. i the new.bmUrog 'fdn ing the store | Nothing American; Opposition Constitutional Vederaio.State I ; System.The : .. '. 'I..measure' tht;bas ever been' proposed r-.this. vile Agrarian;measure waj too
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with- candidates: : for the office were four in foatoditfon the fetibtnt."..L t torMr.. Dc'L' *"
the fear, ainVeTtbe1 of Senator
.D. C. SVilsan Soa. Union .parlyUe expressed. b 0 ; .
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number, to wit : 1. R. R. Boiling, the present : .{
S. S DEMOCRATIC ,NOm \TlOxS. R. H. BERRY also informs his friends many, distinguished statesmen of' 1partle\ inc m ent, Douglas man, and recognizedas NOW, let it be4remembered; thatMr.. Lane mediatelyassailed. it:

, FOR PRESIDENT' tIION Ie Still LiTctb," and offers his services that the rights of the South woujd be sacrificed the candidate of that party. 2. Brent voted for this bill under the instruction of the I_ : "MrrDawson then'lo\'eI to sirue* '

; H to the pnblic. His office is in the compromise of 1850. Tremendous Hopkins, a Democrat, running independently. Legislature of Orgon-and as amended in words I who may not be a land-hoW ?
JOHN a Of *
ny reason, for doing this, I stueju
stood firmly by the Clinton McClarter, regular Democratic tbe Senate, was nothing more than acombi a
store of Hopkins & Co. offence! lIe has .i is that the.whole of these public
or scvricxv. '
candidate and 4. Gen. land,
: a Breckinridge man.
his' serrjcta to the of his section, and thus committed an nation of the pre-emption "and graduation! much rcTcne citizen of the
SHINE, Jr.. offers rights Leslie Combs, an old line Whig, of worldwide ,a United
: .. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : of the SMf/nr? .which all of principle. It provides in substance tl atev ery. as another; ,and it is butp n.i.justiccbccause
\1 Auctioneer, and keeps,constantly on act, in the eyes ,, reputation, and the regular candidateof .. o ,
!i '. -' GEN. JOSEPH MNE citizen of the,United States who i is the head A Iia* .. i IQ
i ': large stock of Groceries, Liquors:, &c. old ocean's waters can never wash ofct.' the Bell and Everett party. and oCo ?
t or. ,OSKOON.O That Combs, under these circumstances of and of birth ,thrjifng man jtpd ha dran
; ". Students referred to the adver His opponents would lead running a family, every person foreign ,
are man the comfort of !
s I ;
i should have received tha
a large majority
COLLEGE he reaches Washington residing the country, andwh6'had declared to the LbIuLl'tJ
FOR rRISIDEVTlAL'ElECTORS : ofthe SAVANNAH MEDICAL us to believe that when inevitable Bat Lexington same rights rC
was an a
; .Ea.tGEO.. W. CALL of Nassau.Mtddle )' Lectures of which commence he will upset the Government, tear down correspondent consequence.the Herald, spcak-: his intention of becoming a citizen, might, has been prodigal and

I.. 0 .;...;i. P. ANDERSON, of Jefferson.Wett 22d October. the pillars of our noble federative system, dissolve mhz of the contest says :- upon complying with certain forms, enter a Again Mr. Dawson said :

-J. )f. GORR1E of Franklin. &/ of the'Medical College the Union sad invoIce every section in The Breckinribye men have girded on their quarter of a section of government land, and "Now, sir, it is seen by every p,

: FOR ALTERNATESCfast State of South Carolina. The annual one common ruin. 'Spirit of hercules, come armor, and proclaim their intention to fightto after residing upon it for a period of five that the mehI of the conntry; nn'1

J JAMES: GETTTS of Hilisborough.Mulaie of Lectures will commence on the 1st forth or his seven great labors will be the bitter end for their favorite: the fav You or- years receive a patent for it, upon the pay and occupy :homestead."
b Madison. iteson Kentucky, Majorllreckinridge. of twcnty-fiv This is the whole Mr. Dawson continued :
of cents.
-W. H. MITCHELL Hilton. But this ment e
November. the
eclipsed by it that in event will the
JJ"tslDILUN JORDAN" of Escambia. may rely upon no substance of bill "I, agree with iny friend { .
of it. This is the the as Ttn
number of other ertisciuenU.; has since its abandon the contest. If rot
a << new political twaddle long spent Breckinridge men if the object of this is to give the
S FOR ASSISTANTS: 0- force. If to guard with a jealous care the interests their candidate is" elected next week, they amended in the Senate, and as voted for by landless, and if we had the IAn'l"r" ,

Ba.dIt M. GRAHAM, of wv.J. P. B. BROKAW ACCEPTS. of our countn--if to be a faithful sentinel will fight; if he be defeated by a small vote Mr. I.anc-we have not yet gut' the documents would be a magnanimous one power, anJ to j 4-

L. TATUM, of Monroe.MiddleRICBARD .Mad1 has been received by a gentleman the watcls.-towcr and give warningof -&y 3OOO-they will fight ; if he be defeated -but we arc sure this is the substanceof required it, then the provision of tie,i '-,
BRADFORD, of upon will Orp
by 6,000 or 7,000r they tight;
.5 Brokaw in which he the bill which the Whiff so bitterly denounces. bill would be a fair one ; but stilLif
from P. B. thef
Walton. city Southern dishonor be
S nrtlt'huc WELCH, of sectional wrong and and if he be defeated by 1,0,000, they will is
ernment going to the!
his thanks to the Democracy of b"tow land,:;
p a cause of opposition! to any Southern mamthen fight all die more bitterland BrccLinridgc what kind of fhouM
FOR GOVERNOR: the compliment paid: him by them may "'c feel really anxious for the fate himself will go into the content It will then I Now, lit us sec Mr. Bell's record upon this stlttte.statute ttl'1 regulates ntti.,
T JO'33N':; .. be of the hottest battles that tfie ('JlaltJ3
; him as the Democratic candi of the South. one political udelftable and damnable Homestead I Bill. that creates an ctju.il
I or JACCSON COCKTV."FOR the State Senate, and accepting the The noble and con<'er\'alive stand taken by "dark and bloody ground" ever witnessed. I See Congressional: Globe, vol. 28, part :3, "111 i The n.tuPr tawat ui |tlit] .

b4 CONGRESS : He will endeavor to be in this Mr. Hilton in the Quincy Convention should The Lexington StaletJtian an article on I page: 1832; and, in Appendix, '01. 29th pages, fund i Wit arc tine ? .V.r i/,; {a"II, ;
OE1L. 33. -H -1 -I: sTOJT: the first of September. the Election, says: 1087 to 1123. t/ie hQIltl but the :people of' s!
forever rt at rest this really ridicnlom
s< cry'That themselves and' to distribute
1 or LEON ltIITT.: The coalition between the Bell and ;. tlu-iu i
"S position was in accordance with ]his deliberate las of The Senate-.-, in committee of the whole other way, t an outrage' "pm our rirfhoutnne Ila
men Kentucky was yesterday
: LEON COUNTY NOMINATIONS. .-A Case in Point. Dong-I' resumed the consideration of the House bill and .J
referenceto 0
judgment and without any A few Squatters gavj in an indirect upon justice( ttrajr I}
4 FOR STATE-SENATOR year 1832, JlmeD.! Wcstcott be- the (future. The Sentinel can quote from to the Ben party by throwing their votes to grant a homestead of one hundred and erjnal Iryiflatinn. I come in violatioDemocratic !

S I': : ;, 1') B. BROKAW.HO and ailing Governor of the members of our party to prove its disunion away upon outside candidates but the great sixty acres of public lands: to actual !lett1cr ,"- principle--one of wln.h I
) of Florida, the LcjjM.it TC passed mass of the Douglas faction went clear over the amendment avoid !special legislation for time Wrc*!t
proclivities, but when introduced to the opin- pending question being, on classes.
__ Acts of into the and voted for Combs.
Uu See opposition
S ASSEMBLYMEN : ing act ( Pjuupilet camp of Mr. Mason to add at the end of the
ions of its in the 44 I I
own leading men tending A constituted leader here and there voted Whiff as am, am I/'t lust w i J.:: GALBTIAITH* I J. J. p. 128 :) same direction, says its party is not responsible for Boiling or Kelly, or Hopkins, but they bill, the following : fur who has e't'r"ote< for ']>ei-un L-

AVIN. OLIVER, Dr. A. S. COLE.THE to amend an act lo rtl lIt a Revenue for "any sich !1" The Democracy arc responsible counselled their followers to give the most effective Provided, That nothing contained in this to benefit a particular tlass I tn:: ",
for the Territory of Florida. of the land that this (;eminent has no riijlit to lr, .
all shall
for word uttered of its vote against McCiarty, aqd are to act apply to any public lying n jon
i FLORIDIAN for the & enacted by the Governor and Legis every by any practical pnpotes now identified with the Northwest of the Ohio river, and vvlikh was behalf of one class of our'p..pe'j>! 3;!
; We '" iU end the Floridian for the Council of the Territory '0{ Florida, members, but this new party must not be Bell opposition. The Douglas men have now ceded to the United States by the Commonwealth the rights or iiitcre.-t of H{!:;:;

paign, which will embrace a period of Territorial tax of ten dollars is here- judged by its leaders. Wiggins, an Elec' done their worst They have struck the Virginia,: pursuant to the act of that provision, without striking out tie 10>

1i five months, at tho following reduced from and after the passage of tor, is not authority for this party, but Mr. Democratic party the fiercest and hardest Commonwealth of 30th October, 1 ;83- accepted which have proposed toO strikeout, abe ,,

i barely' sufficient to remunerate us for upon every slave over the age of Anybody has a right to speak tho sentimentsof blow they could give. They are now mar- by Congress March 1st, 1784 ; the l to l legislate for one cLix. the lanJIw

expense: years and under the age ot fifty the Democracy.But ked and known. Their purposes are exposed, same being by the Virginia; acts and deed of chiding all, however WeaTthv'. who hat
r. To a Club'ot Sto tire same post-office, hired out in this Territory, whose their future course clearly perceived. They session aforesaid, cousi.J..re S tt *u 5, u u u or 0\0 ners do not permanently reside again: The Sentinel can excuse Mr- are in the opposition camp enjoying the sweet fund for the use and bent fit lit' .. uh of the Tlc amendment was rejected Mr

b' M u 7, u t. M Territory, to be assessed and collected Allen's somerset upon a question of vital importance music of the ringing of many bells. Gentlemen 'I' United States as have become member of \.til; for it. (See page TOt r

44 M Jrt, U U penoni owning said slave or of the in the short space of twoyears, but we tender our congratulations." the confederation or federal alliance of said \W have 108-apl. "'
1-.' a 20", hiring, or having the care of such looks with doubt and horror a modifi The course of the Kentucky Dongla&itcs States Virginia inclusive, according to their : given elapter verse
.t 1 And subscriber will send 'un slaves, in the same manner as other upon 11Ue iipiei the amendment, :
to a single we cation of was of course dictated by a desire to encourage usual respective: proportions in the general etractl
Mr. Hilton's"iew under
til the first of January for collected. !, a change the opposition to BRKCKixiunaK in the charge and expenditure, and to be faithfullyand speech, and given the vote. ,Wehavi,
S jE3T The cash must snvariably ( 2. He it further enacted, That all of circumstances, during the J lapse of nine Northern and Middle States which they bonn fide disposed of for that purpose, iisbcJbcyotJ.qucstionthat Mr.Bell n.t f

S tee order,. the paper will aol tn aenL by virtue of the preceding sec years. When Kansas applied for: admission, could only accomplish by aiding; the Amen- and for no other use or purpose whatsoever ; author of a "detestable. and darn \H'JI
constitute and be a lien on all the Mr. Allen thought her admission *a measure .can party defeat Mr. McCLAKtr, the Breck and the sixth article of the Constitution of b
stead Bill and will sh, :
we :now bat It
To the Patrus .f the FltrUUa & of the owner or owners crany slave of vital importance to the of ike country inridge candidate, and opponent of Gen. the United States, providing that all "debts "
nal and restaasters.T5y the limits of this Territory, and peace COMBS. contracted and engagements entered into be- practical operation H was 'the thosicomm1lncnsive

the lost of the liooxi of the may be collected, if not otherwise and the rights of the Sonth" and said he The old General has not yet recovered from fore the adoption of this constitution, ,,shall and infamotiihas ; itiQ1 nijasnrett
lenceorindebiednrM U of said property. '"*could not sympathise nor AFFILIATE teilh any his and is be valid the United States under :
,. *\cryevi< dwtroyfJ. his astonishment at success, overflowing as against ever been (
were thoa"nrf. due os-the bird earning of ,'
withoot yeart. very If this great were ioeoiiveoknee incur hand; bat we c..uld we cn following act was passed by Congress does it become necessary to reverse his position ocrats by whom it was accomplished. In a This amendment of Mr. Mason was to pro seen" that 'evervfrre :

.- cent no mccoanit. We rely .*>&Wjr in this mn ,' June 30, 1834, Andrew Jack- for the cause of Bell, than we find him letter to the Journal he says: tect the Constitution from meditated violation I"i b ".itt
who is the Head of
the of those who debtors. Profoundly grateful as I am to Providenceand zen a family, but
recollection are oar President of the United States!, M. 81
himself and. "affiliating" with
stultifying wen the hinds that
S ever they may remit, shall be on.id rcd a full the people for making me the instrumentof as as to preserve Virginia freeholder or I Ita c-Jiolder! would {
quittance, and we appeal to them to respond Vice President of tile United those who opposed this measure that was political redemption, I ask leave to say a I bad ceded for a specific purpose, from the entitled: to a section. pare
5' Jclay. Surely this is a time, of all others, and President of the Senate, Andrew uvital to the of the and the word to THE PATIUO'DlCNATIONAL the House bill. It
peace country single yon. wrong contemplated by ,
h: delinquent patrons may be thus appealed to. reliable data, we that in 1850 thee
I.: Wa would be glid if Pu.t-roasters would ( oOn, Speaker of the House of Repre rights of the South." Mr. Bell made war UNION DEMOCRACY; nave was an effort to stay the hands of rapacious her of "heads of f fAmilitV u were
us with a list subscribers their respective until Monday, the second day of this and in Mr. Allen CO-OPERATED) US MOST MAN 2,60,0
measure, return land from the lands ceded Virginia
grabbers by '
upon -
) the North and i in the:Soufli. T
't mid subscriber themselves are invited to send nU..Y.-\ND WE MUST HEREAFTER 1,130,000
..>>'n names, with whaterrr data ss to the thousand eight hundred and thirty- made war upon him. Now he is his great CONSIDDER THEM AS BRETHREN. for purposes of general charge and ex landholders: in tine North were 1,500IIO. '
I mmceemet of their subscriptions, amautt John Bell for the remainder of the The Sentinel shuts its I I Mr.Bell voted the}
amendment -
supporter. to I penditure. against!
eyes -p the South hence the "lead"
ke. they may colleot, or be in possewioii of. inn 800,000 ; ,
Fur he present one or both of the editor of -See Public Statutes at Large of these facts and exclaims, "Oh, consistency I I BELL AND EVERETT AT THE XonTII.II .-A and defeated it,throwing open Virginias families," not in the
Fl iJm* will be foand aISLe Stttlimel Office, ,- States of America, vol. 4, page Southern editor asks list of the I luul.tll.Jel'1. Xfrl'.1llonoon
thou add 'o the of laud sharks
v art a jewel. May we not "Why II us give a I gift to ravage which and in the South :330,000. '

-' beholdest thou the mote that is in thyv.vmo I Bell_ and. E'elett__ s. ..papers. __ _in_the non-slan.IIOI-,({ he was soon to become the bijnrevt fi,.h.n-- ij: >i-rM; >5( rath .f these suras bv IC'i.' (
-DE'IOCR.TICrpOI"TME "TS. .m: Q5. .r'-t' %.v uu IIU : !
C __- _S "' .S. ...... aI'o.-''."", ;aIJU".5"S bk}; ; rl.? 'f..cJJlfJOljnn:,1r:;;r;:; o fjc, win CV1r.o.JU." TOO OO.Ilnthat ; but?the number is very small. To the best I For'Oe' on amciKJinent of Mr. M.ISIH, H't' ''jiurtcr settioii,") North would hmctived '
is in thine
: for Governor, Congress or Presidential own Je. would ad, iso j I of our knowledge and belief the Boston Con- appendix, vol. 24, page 1103. 17C millions' of acre amid tbe s,

lois, will address the public at the enacted by the Senate and House you, fricnd, to harp upon something more riei is the only one in New England. In the I'' From Congressional Globe, vol. 28, part 3 I. ;) Uillion Dincrencrtn fa tor of tlie \f '
.4 times and pll.ccs"iz: <'Sentatives of the United States of tangible; for the people, looking upon this :1, State of New York: arc the New York: Express i 1832, we extract the following : : ,
'. Alachna co, Micanopy, Saturday, Aug. of this city, the Ontario Repository and 123 millions of acres. Now, if tit If D
in Congress assembled, That all cry as "arboiescently absurd and exuberantly L \Ir. Brown then moved his: amendment
I. Levy co.. Court House, Monday, Aug. probably a few others. There are also. we t stead Bill of 1859-60 a "compreliu-"
or parts of acts passed by the I legis fallacious, have already made mum their mindsto I | for the original bill, the effect of which is to 'a.
Alachua co., at Gainesville, Aug. council of the of Florida I presume, two or three in New Jersey. As at I and infamous abolition inca.surcf"a.stLe JH
I Territory as allow
to enter section
Mr. Hjlton Next a
: give a large majority. advised would any person quarter
Newnansvillc there
Aug. present not
I. a higher or greater tat on the say are otunappropriatcd lands the scale charged, what has our to MIT
October it will be recorded. above lozen in j on folowing cotcmporary
New River co., at LAke Butler, August a the non-slav tholding States. .
of non-resident citi
other property viz Lands offered for ale for
: c that of Mr. Bell which the North
"b Columbia co., at Lake Aug. is the slates other -0- I The strength of the party is at the South ;but years might gave
Cit.lFriJay imposed on or be entered at dollar
M Suwanncc' co., at of resident citizens of said Territory, Another Miserable Blonder." as there, in every State, the Bell party is smaller I I ten at ons cent per acre those; for for fif-- execs of 123jmlions! of acres over the-Sjmti!

t, Aug. the same are hereby repealed and de The Sentinel thinks it a miserable blunderin I than the Democratic party, and in most I j teen years se\JtJ-ti.c those; for Mr. Bell would have given 229 miljion
( All opposition candidates are invited of the States smallcr. haa the Breckinridge years fif ; twenty of actual sctdr
5' null and void. Col. Anderson to state that Mr. Bell did I at twenty-five and those for acres ptithicipth .1ft
: vui'rte in the appointments upon equal And be it further enacted Thnt if party, it would seem to be the part of wisdomfor years ecnt; )
2. but
not vote upon the .bill. to "abolish the slave I twenty-four J'Cn at and a half cents to stay-at-borae squatters. He *M
for free discussion. them to unite with the latter and defeat
; so -
I x--- shall attempt to enforce any 'Of trade in the District of Columbia." We do Lincoln which i is their aim per acre ; payable in every instance at the have deprived'106,807 farmers: Virjua

:Political Appointments. or parts of the Territory as 'of the all the
The fallowing appointments hare been snch statement or not, but certainly Mr. There is not the slightest probability thatBhl prf eases patent to have given 147,000 Abolitionistsin Maw(
U political di.cn k>n by M easts, AISLES and by demanding or receiving any any issue ; which was modified by '
candidates for Congreasj: !; or assessment authorized or Clnsky, in his Text Book, places Mr. ,Bell and Everett will get an electoral vote Mr. Clay and accepted by Mr. Brown." chusetts a claim to 160 acres each, "awign

I, fayette county at C. H.. Monday August thereby, snch person shall, on con- among the absentees during the \otc 'upon North of Mason & Dixon's line, unless byco I Here was another effort to the ble and transferable," of the public lad
with other in the .
IlamiUon stiaepcrWeJ.s.sdsy operating parties, as case of preserve
thereof be fine not
,' Madison *. at C. IL, Tfc.nJav two hundred punished dollars, or by by imprison-ex- this bill. )lr. Bell may not have t/Otfd/ for it New Jersey, where three Bell men arc on the Federal lands! to the Federal treasury, and at Mr. Bell would have deprived 232,0&n

S Taylor Montwello Jefferson" at C. "Hn SatorJay. & exceeding six months, or either or and still stand charged with a desire;to abolish Demcratic ticket.If :, the same time, reduce the price to : era of Tennessee and Kentucky of all! &*

,. .4 I Hiceo aki.,, Leon County Monday Taeadaj,, said punishments. slavery in the District of Columbia Ho the Express or any other Bell and Everett wants of tbe poorer people. Mr. Bell, as one in the public lands but would have giro

', I CntreviU, Wednesday 3. And be it further enacted, That takes the position that Congress should abolish paper will publiish a list of the papers of determined to defraud the Federal treasuryby 255,000 landless "heads of families" in5r
Tallahassee, Fndav W its class in the nou-slavcholding States
of Leon in the Territory of: we York raise
160 each
and the slave trade in the acres
I. 4" slavery unconstitutional
Waukeeo4ieflirsen it shall be bounties voted m'Oney'
Satorday happy to it.-N. Y. Journalof ainl!
shall be authorized to elect two addi- copy
I New Port, \Vahlla'M .y members, to the council and, reading the Constitution for himself," Commerce. this amendment For vote see App vol. 29, to help the Helpers, Greeleys, and other t*
Coneordu Gad d... legislative on *
Tuesday I rules of the South. He would l have &
has doubt of its fhoi
no authority for he ina --0--- *
: .' Quincy, 14. Thursday Monday in September next, and it ; says, page 1105.
Chatuboochee, M FndaT be lawful for the legil:itive council to speech upon that subject, that "unless the No State has suffered so much from the The M Congressional Globe" continues : door of the l land offices against 810,519 ffc"

Kidleysvilie All the papers, Liberty in the"JtildU Satvday District please" by: law the dection districts in project of abolition should be given up the drouth as Texas. That rich State will not Mr. Bell then moved to amend the bill ers in the South, entry owner of land V
: r a* to ensure an equality of rep: of produce enough gram to supply the demandof threw those doors wide to ) "
remnant slavery existing in the District by adding an additional section, the effect of open 1)1)
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each. their and
I to own people, actual famine is
S tJ.EYOCRATJC APPOINTMENTS. I ihould be abolished at QRce." The "projectof which was to grant to any free white citizenof landless 'abolition heads of families it

I 1'Qe*. JOHN MILTON, Democratic then" was a plain; case of unfriendly abolition" is not given up so Mr. Bell Lands feared that in seine have produced portions of as much the country.as eighty I the United State who is not a freeholder, North. Was there ever a, mea'ur prop*

.JtilK Governor, will ldreM hit! ( by the Territorial legislature 'Of says "slavery in the District should be abolished bushels of corn to the acre, will net yield and who may Jot desire to settle upon the that would have given Abolitionism s
and of "Pielection" the same, a warrant for one hundred and : "
follow times and
on sixty
at places : ,
toft ing
bushels the
.-. Jacksonville Wednesday i at once. So much for Mr. Bell. twenty present season. It is acres of land ; which warrant shall be assignable money)' lever a this assignable and tr
August Congress.Vhcn the Territorial Legis to observe the
pitiable of all the
We should like to know if it appearance tho it under the abl land-grabbing amendment oMr.
8Wi. gustiue, Friday, was not a assignee receiving requirement U
passed the act above cited, certain farms-the corn is withered and destroyed,
per- "miserable blunder" in to cultivate. Was not Mr. Bell the I
z 4 Volmii, Monday September Mr. Call, on the the the helping Helpers
Virginia, holding slaves in the Terri grass on prairies is burnt to a crisp, .
Itiae, Tuesday, same occasion, to assert that Mr. Everett and the stock: everywhere is famishing for The amendmentof Mr. Bell, and the debate he thus furnished them with an"

.5 Thnr!(lay, ** >titioncel Congress for the repeal of voted for the compromise of 1850, knowingthat food and water. In some parts of the State thereon, will be found in the Congressional and transferable"* claim to one hundred

,; S !\e3, Snturday, .a* of the Territorial Legislature. The Mr. Everett's record proved him as much there have been no rains for seventeen weeks, 1 Glob (App.vol. 29, page 1105 to 1108,) seventy-nine millions of public land to,J "
Monday, referred the Committee .
was to on and the heat is more intense than has ever and iaa.s
-S M a free-soiler as Lincoln. Mr. Cajl follows: prosecutetheir inquit0'upon
Wednesday hoped
been known. The money
in the House'of Representa change in this prolificand i npn'to
S 8erville, Thursday-t IC who reported in favor of thc relief plaster it over by asserting that )he voted for beautiful land, canned by heat and the I I Mr. Bell's amendment read a follows : Suth t l'copieofthe Softh j t

$c Ooa1., Saturday, u the compromise of 1850, while the record absence of rain, is inch as to render the country "Sec. -. And be it further enacted That this enough to cause every Whig tie S*

Pala&.klt. Monday, declaring that Congress ought always shows that he was "not there or thereabouts." scarcely recognisable. It is impossible to every free white citizen of the United States to abandon the support of a man r*,*
Ccet'k, Tuesday, d the property ofcitizent of tht United exaggerate the dam& e., I I who is the head of a family, and who i is not a ,
What kind of a blander should we ternthg f fCOCSTERFEIT << posed a mea.'ure which Mr. Dawson, s W
V. Wednesday, when subjected to the operation of un Among the other distressing consequencesof freeholder,nor the owner of a lease-hold estate i *f
4 Thursday ;, ; by the Territorial government. 0- the drouth is the scarcity of,water We of the value of $200,and who may not desireto Senator, charged i," aa outrage' Irl -

.., Friday, consisted of nine members GOLD.-Th New York banks have heard of its having been bought in I eit or have the rrcans of removing rights, an outrage upon justice. sudan *
r Saturday, and the sub-Treasury office in thai city warn various places. In one place the hotels were I hk family to any of the States or Ter- upon' equal.'legislation r Is not John &

iltion Speakers are invited to fire were from non-slaveholding the public against the ingenious and very paying three cents per gallon, in another 25 rtrie shal b entitled to a crcat to b an outrageous land-bbr:
: teh i'pate la discossson.vadlstae. dangerous counterfeit ((the ten dollar gold cents per bucket was given. Cmminc Gen 1

., S- T. o pieces, which are circidatcd extensively and --o- Land OSce, nnde regulations a may PERSONAL.-Wo learn tIt W- ]

; .cr&4Sa : dub. BUCKIVUDOX OrposKO TO EMAXCI- almost defy detection except by an expert- OIiW A.RD.W'e are glad to be able to state, be established by the Secretary of the Interior Long, woo took' sudh a prominent r1a 1 t

A BreckJafidgrRV\jUiye dob was << .-The following statement is from The genuine coin Is opened, full one-half the that. in tho future the ears will run to the first of hi OP her right t occupy one quarter meeting"of the Democract in tn (
izeJ inTallahaasee'otvfcaarday ereoing Statesman, the home,organ of gold taken out,'and then filled in with! platlna station on the Peasacola & Georgia Railroad, section the-public laa according to the Saturday1 last, J left'JLown,thismornJng '
S It is an authentic denial or some other equally heavy substance and curtailing the stage travel twelve miles between I terms and conditions 6 act, which W ler, where he int d* permanently n.s-*

by the appointment of the following xfearge against Mr. Breckinridn! o4( then closed up; the coin i itself to all appearance Madison and this place, and we are cerficat shall b assignable, or e C himself. Col.Long is a lwye o"r .J

i: nent officers: '. '*- ala enaaBcipatioairt; We Lope remaining ':Ih'e same in all respects; ,. assured byline contractors, that bythe 1st ol the. manner provided for, the transfer of ity'andmnch experience, & wa.t"p
HUGH ARCHER, President., : :lore jfiven publicity to this false even to tlie specikeigk-. !""''h.1.'d OI of 1 November the road will be-eompletcd-then, lad scrip, issued under the act of that the reason for changing j>

t' 1). P. HocrE, ]) will give this'paragraph aa inser this sparioas coin 'tre eibibHed: 1t oh then we will visit Bra. Fildes.Eastern autholin the issue of thee, CDg from 8an Antonio Tyler! ., tht b t

F. 1... ViLLcnocE, I ; The Statema gaya.r'r' seem to defy detMtiot 'by:ordinary skill ,or Herald, Aug. 4. o to late war with Mcxi o." Supreme and Federal Courts' have < **

.5 MILKS II. NAKH f} Vice p.-j.-j.! i*charged that Mr.:Breckinridge voted even the closest observation and handling, -i 0TBE I After some, remarks by Mr. gbt in favor the latter place, and that it cD".,_
? RICHARD SAUKDERBJ ticket in 1849. The facts and yet the amount .f pure gold left fn'm ten substitute fords a w'al.r >ld.for' &" f
was in that year a ,candidate on the dollar piece scarcely equal! to-M OLD SOLDIERS, FOR GEV. LAKE.-A oM. Hnlra Mr.B u profession. In common' with ,a
I JLYffiL--} riCA. ticket for'the Legislature and f'o' gentleman 'wthmgfrOr 'Delaware,county,Indiana "I desire t, modifyt amendment by number of par tieniw1eobad tber

I -'" ,The ) of" the'. Club the emancipation'"cause from. 'yeri Hon. Gio. W. CALL, Secretary of:ihe Fla.B. t to Richmond Enquirer, says : the striking oat limitation 'un', the value o ofhns acquaintance' wflTerrmau i
c rcgula' ,mectiugs ., "the tt>nuty; Ht voted aoaintt: hu : R. Co. made railroad. speech in this city I ,u Mr. Laae'will get every' Mexican war sol 1elod. removal from among ns. 'Toti. Cl
commence this evening, 18th iast .,R. J. Breckinridge, and Mr. Shy, on Saturday evening J last It was. )listened j towithJntercst liers vote in the State, irrespective of their "T Pri.g'Senator. (Mr.WeDer' i the bar and citirena of Tyler gt -

I Judge A. L. WOODWARD has 'been the emancipation candidate for the and, as we, believe;'some iugre4 political principles. heard. a strong BepaV; t C.) Te caamot do Long wilibe's great icqaisjiwo,

: pointed to deliver the opening address. So'ranch for that sland. We of profit by a large number( ,our'eHbens.W lican a soldier, a Captain i with Lane in Mex-> eont gratulate them on snch an exceueB& rc"
I ) Th* pibli<* generally, and the, Ladies\ !notion at further leniffh these i will refer to this speech again octagon' lao say the other day, that 'he would voe' Mr.'BI said : .5 to thefrseiety.-Dam7i Ledger tll

l timhrlv an" invjt'\d to ttejl\ l S requires,-Tampa Pcnin9vtar for Joe Lane at $G'sa.cri1iteo his life! ;" "I do nof offer it for 'the fUr? of 4c. 'i (San Antonio, Texas, ,) /7 30tGribinn /'.


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iYRKESPONDENC OJTTHE EAST 'j impossible i for all to hare their preferen-' &t Celtr, K*JI. above in the columns of this journal General DEAD'r :BUT ..LIVKTH.I -. t .CHANGE ECHTDULE tf

FUMUDII&MntA1f" July 27. I| ces, and, to ihat yield it aid is their girc duty aha, as nomiDee good Democrats their- The Teteyrapk cj ft* llth.hrl'orma us that Mieo.are a slip to Major Breckinridge, :.4.:o62i er: f//Tallahassee and Fciisacela & Gctrgia t'j

the nJoM terrifia tonu ,request that he should inform himvhcthtrjus SUBSCRIBER since the l tc fife has
iri' cordial He the choice the erer experieaccd ct i
\i, EDITOR :-1.'e canras* .the Wet support. tt .ol. peo. views had THE tW RAIL ROADS. 'j i i
i in fc rVJay. 'Ge"h.:JolTn Milton, I i| pie of the VVe&L Had tha Conrention notaj that place commtftced.on Sunday:night! the hr- The' b. corrctpre- hit office over well known -h:
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.i jt IVmocrntif cncn candidate for Governor, left abated some gentleman] 'froralbft'Rastor Middle fth inst. Tkcwind during'the efow senjed 'letter t "? { .un. bliahmenV] o/jMesars. A; HwrKix k Co. O N ud fr f naay., July 2SJ, l8O, Tram will :
the "ptrbfisXedr ; now Our post>ct> wjj. where hewil4'uayabe found ready to attend run a* follows : !
stouli f
for 1'cnsacola where hosill ,we hare asked no putitnat-fMie varied from W. .
here tbi inorninjf to N. W 'shifUngback and b'rm' ;..jid .1. with"deimaici '. Acction Sides entrusted to Lrav M f_.tOO A. MArriTeilTallabaMC. 'II
t] ".r>caL on the 2d of Atigust. lie clo.soa no tkar .
charge. '
i wfttiTn tour at Abe's Spring Bluff, inC Wort would hare- rallied under his statf- I "D. SIR I have O '- *.....:.. . 7.00 A. M.
from AR : ,
lii change point to point, differing from rec.e .j ur .friendly' Auctioneer vt Com. Merchant ....... .... M.
county, on the 15th, aud from thence dard. Then,let ci cry Democrat in the State l letter of the 13th inst I \rriyc lit T.IIa1uIII5N.:! 1000 A. "
lhoun the Middle to meet the who feels an interest in the success cC the tOO usual cqninoxial gale which commencesin .with a slip from the Aug. 18, 1800. 34-2t LeayflTaI1ah..f........_......_10.15 A, At. r,
: lc goes to Courier, containing rmrk meeting I ArrirratSt Marks.._.; .. :. 11.40A.M. ;
ta lie ioritesall glorious principles for which hecontenda discard the R and N. E. and works his a I
of the Opposition. Opposition way South. ia New Orleans. You hare reported me For New York. 1.0.'. St.Marktt..115P.f.: i
canJMatcs and speakers to participate in all personal! preferences and prejudices The quantity of water which fell in 36 hours correctly, and I thiankou for it. The attacks I I Arrrire at Tallabauee. .. . .. 240 P. Ill.Leave j
So about the 30th 1st of and give to the nominees of the Quincy Convention TalIsihasee..3 00 P. P.!. :1
he'discussions. or amounted to 25 inches. The some of the Southern Opposition BRIG SAMSON, LeerhoflF, is .
Milton and Hilton his: ual greates quantity upnm i I THE Arrive at MootieeHo... P.M.
expect to hear hu clarion 011 5support. 1 i
Scptrmbtr.you may intended to receive
heretofore only for this ready .freight far Ett_ _
given by the same record ca.nrass; LetyBTaJUh-**..! .' 300P.M. "
ring and rrrcrbcrating through the Upon this depends the success of kept the awn Port. ] to '. ..
they'30'not themselves believe Apply
tcic for 18 thj charges Arrive at MadilOn.... ... TOO P. M. ; 1
;i'n'c forests of the Ea*t-not like the mean- the Breckinridge and Lane ticket, in this : years, was 8 inches. the? th ke. J. DENIIAM Agent.St. Connecting with Poll Coaches MooticeUo and ::.

L j,,"!(* wound of a Bell, but in the words and State, at the November election.If I I "Another distinguished characteristic1- As you know, my remarks were reported Marks Aug. 18 1830. 34 with'Stg.* tt MAd'lOft for JAke City and Valdo ti, .:j
. of eloquence, calling upon freemen to other sections of the State win do as well serrable between this, and the tisual autumnal 'in"'a and -- -- and from VatJmlabr Railroad toSavannak.CoaB C
. tie rtT]] to the rescue of their country. It is his as the West, there need be no (cars at to the I and all other of our accnstomed storms, even as meagre reported imperfect manner-still, North Carolina Military Inrtttnte, ctiBK at Hl Murk whit Stag to and from
thcrt w nothing to warrant amid .
the Mail
that Newport itli }line i of between
: in the result. .JACK80i.0 was no extraordinary effect was ;
to produced
jutvntion C'ane.ery county the tides the attack.. ,' CHARLOTTE N. C. New Orleaaf,Key Wetland Cuba and iDtermadiato'
Mate- on full which rose no higher than I Hands off the whole subject by the Federal TilE 3rd Session pf this Institute will begin point on the Gulf, on thrirwaj to Key West on tl17t& tJ .
The nomination of Gen. Milton by the JOHN BELT ordinary spring tides. The force and long Government (except fo one or two on the li October next. For admissionor and 2nd or 3rd of eaeh month, and to New Orleans -
l Oaincv Convention is considered in this sec- Ex-Governor Hunt of New York, was the continuance of preliminary Easterly winds tire mentioned in the further information to on the 15ih and29ih.erJays. .
a: the best that could have been made, President of the Convention that nominatedMr. -bringing into the Gulf the waters of the -theequal pnrose af all sections in potcc'l) apply: D. N. HILL. The uia. will Dotrau, eaSuatJllf.ucrploD SLe.lu.. ''.
ton Atlantic with their Alaj. C. T \V. SYFAN, Aw'i S.P't.
of the distinruI..hl..j Bell. He has written ]letter superincumbent
J4 h.' i in eery way worthy recently a to masses mon territory, and the absolute of August 18, 1860. 34-2m July 17,1950.. 3u
jK>:ition. Besides this, it was an actfjusticC Horace Grecler, in reply to some strictures of and currents, were wanting to produce the] each new State to settle the power in its t ,, ,. ',_,._n '. ____ _,_ : __ .
conceded to the "rest by the other Horace upon fris course. The Ex-Gov'crnor in overwhelming tideJrsometimes" experienced ,ntitution-the' are my question doctrine and | ftlesdamts. Chcgaray and D'Herrllly Albany 'alf Central Rai -Raad' :

t it'l.1 ODS of the State, as we have never Lad a says to the said Horace : 44 Epuinoxial storms. those of our Platfonp, and what is more, of i BEG to announce to.their friends and the Leave Saranbaft.J3ajn |LeAve V.ldoelaa.30a.I ". ;
t.I t. forcrncr, or even a candidate for this office. You now pretend that Mr.I Bell is asobjcctionablc The effects of such a fall of water in so the Constitution. To claim that the Democratic public, that theirBOARDING Arri.lt'al'.U,MS p.m.\ArriYeAl, 8ar .1 a,85 p.w. !

I (n. M. is mo>t peculiarly fitted for the duties ] as Mr. Breckinridge. How is it ]K>Ssiblc short a period on the low flat grounds extend party, in 5>s Federal relations is AND DAY SCHOOL _Tti.I,trsin itsjvhig.si Savanjiak at It SF' coniivetswitlitlie
, of the Gubernatorial Chair, and if he is elec-] that you can say this ? What did you ing along the Gulf Coast, can easily be com organization+ to extend ] is :U f for will train on the C. K. R departing 1 30pm. .
slavery, to advance Ladies at No's 1527iml
prehended. The young re-open (day). and It J 10 in. (night).
entire satisfaction the by the felicitous alliteration in masses flowing in from the p.
will to mean
Urd he give people your doctrine that i is
a .
constitutionally untrue, ami! l'i2J) Spiuee Street, Philadelphia, on TIe schedule on thin roaJ is arranged so an i
lie i. a man of sterling integrity, iron widely circulated journal of Bell, Bates or adjacent higher regions added to such an ac- in its. logical] consequence, ruinot to the ThuN h .. Sept. 13tli, IlsOO. connect with the Pen. A Goo. by Stage from Madison .
and ;iron will, and is altogether suited for the Bolts? at proper candidates-repeated, if I cnmnlatcd quantity, in their own locations, South. j August 18, 1860. 31-Cw ViMosla.. '(a.by ttiig rodTe luiutengws leaving -
times. He is no disunionUt but if it is nc mistake not in your celebrated speech at 0- I can only result in a general] inundation of I consider th1* assault on me\o absurd a, the Tallahassee Depot at 3 p m will reach Satannah '

(1 tan for the South to maintain her constitutional saw atomic, in the very heart of Kansas'.- I such lanJs, and prove destructive to crops to be unworthy for further notice still, I : SAVANNAH MKUIUAL COLLEGK next day by 12 55. .
he is the last who will be Horc than once within a twelvemonth] whether of Cotton, Sugar, or other vegetable! *** Supcrintendoi.tJuly
.lights man you ]bare written to" '*, of the Courier and TIlE] Eighth Annual Coarse of Lectures in 31, I860. 32-tf
, frond nnuking from his duty.A hare placed t/if nai/ie of Mr. Bell among Iho, e growth. authorized him to give the charges nn author! this! institution will commence on Monday,
at obort account of the life of Gen. Milton whom you would be willing to accept,at a com- The Ttlcgraph continues : tatirc denial, or not, in his discretion.i the 5th of November next. Blacksmith Notice.
a ; t candidate to unite the "The overwhelming and irresistible] force of '
TUT not be unintericsting to your readers prom Oppnsitirn.1'ou Yours Tory truly, Preliminary Lectures will commence on the .
, a hf' i" now a candidate for thc highest hon- know voted against the repeal of the such a deluge swept away tIle embankment JOhN C. ( : -2d of October. TlJEblaklmhb bo-- L ''
'11ii ,,11' ot the State. lie is the grandson John J fi/'ouri Compromise, under a heavy fire of in some places and in others seriously] impaired Gen. W. R. MILES, BUECKIXIDlE !i FACULTY : ra will be carritJ on as s' -_-

n Milton of Georgia who did valiant service as j denunciation from his own section, and that them. Our country roads are submerged The charge now Orcn!Opposition I K. D. .\ARNOLD I), Prof. Ihcdry and heretofore, at the OlD i -
, &.jptain: in the Re\olutionary war, and whotrv he nevtr favored any aggressions on the right and, in short so far as our connex. that Mr. lircckinridgc' mae Squatter Sovereignty -I Practice of Medicine. STAND. by the wider :
t of his I of the North. ions: with tho main land are concerned i signed who returns his -
honored, with the electoral vote we in 1856 i is the
are "non est Ufnatibu,." same charge that n as P. M. KOLLOCK, M. I), Prof. of Obstetrics Uuoka for and solicit a
State: fJ't elected. His father, Homer Virgil Milt !- THE ELECTION-IN MlSSOtRl.-The Norfolk the There is but little present consolation i if sidential canvass, against Mr. B reck in ridge, (Ii. BULLOCH, M. D., Prof. Surgery. lic prtronage heretofore -
I I' .>n. wa< a Colonel during the war of 1812, Argus says :-In order to understand the returns fact (yet it gives confidence in the future) Mn Buchanan, the Cincliiuati Platform ftnd J. B. READ, M. D. l'rof. Algeria Medica. so liberally ejtetmedO1. --
t, in the I'mted State Army. In 1836 he, from Missouri, we would state that thereare that there is ,no record or knowledge of sucha the Kansa.Nebrk bill. The Democracy I j URIAH HARRIS. M. D, Professor of Jal'J, 185 :31 D.C.WILiO.N

1ti 1 (.j(ton. M.) \elected Captain of a company four candidates in the field for Governor.1st. lamentable event in the past as this untimely ,of it then, and they deny I| l'hysiolo
] Notice Farmers.
i.t i. raised: in :Mobile,railed the 'laLunl.\rtillcr ', Claibornc F. Jackson, Democratic and disastrous. storm. it now. Since the canvass of 1856 the Soutl N. A. PRATT, M. D.. Pruf. Chemistry. to

to go to the Creek "War, and he performed nominee, friendly to Douglas but supported ---0- ern Democracy have been fortified in the I I Ipositioifthcy W. R. WARING, M. I)., Prof. Anatomy. hAVE new caipl.ycd an> A'
i;> duty in the service in a manner so creditable ,by both wings of the Democracy. [F om the Xeut Orleans Cuurkr.1. then took by the decision of the I R. B. IIAlmr1. D, Demonstrator of JL No. 1 Firmer B ack smith "
and that at the end of the 2J. Hancock Jackson nominated at Brecklnrltfge Tlews : for the of acooinraodat ,
honorable, a en the Territorial Supreme' Court of the Luited States iu the i 1 Anatom}. purpose
war, Gen.; Jessup. the commanding officer, I Iarpomteo.J Bretkinridge anti Lane meeting, in St. Louis Question. Dred Scott Ctiuical Lectures the Savannah Hospital, my former [wlrons who so liberally patronized me
'Lim to talc chare1 ot about 2,500 but not supported by the Breckinridge ]leaders.3d. On case.'O I heretofore, ODd I aoi now pnpared to do any and all
the 7th .
I 1856, a District ma* twice a week by Dra. Arnold and Bulloch, kind of work in cBe Black-smithing line made out cf
laJians, to be rcmoted to .Arkansas the high- emple Orr, Bell and Everett candi- meeting was held at the Eagle Hotel, in the Pennsylvania on their respective bra-nclrca' These are the Iron *r Steel. H. B. MTTS.
e>t post of honor in his gift and the duties of date supported by the Blair Republicans.4th. ] Fourth District, which was afMre \J by The Douglas a.nd ] State Ccn1-i' only I Clinical! 'Lectures dcliv ieJ at the Hos- Jul't31,1b60. 3.3ilipOELewLLXa

hicli. he performed most satisfactorily. In J. B. Gardcn.hirc, Lincoln and llam- several prominent Democrats of this city.Amoig .- tral Convention held Breckinridge Convention Ciesson pital for the benefit of Students -' : : !
a :
this since which lin candidate. -
lie removed to
ISJ.'t county, : those who were called upon to entertain 1 Agreeal 'thctJonditfoni of' tire State
time: he ha been engaged in farming and the --- i the assemblage was our worthy fellow- la.on the 9th inst. The following resolution Donation, one Student from each Congcessional A RE WARD.of 9N.f UIJJiqt.tf. ..DQl.LAR."

4 Tira'ticc of the lalie is not only the,mosttncceWul XEW YORK BRECKINRIDGE VENTION.StRAcrsE STATE CON citizen, Gen. R. ,Yo Miles who had just returned wai tho'result of their ]labors: I I ] District will be tak ir.iree of charge.i : of still tHe be pe-5nJr paid to.any pcrsbni ODe who Uhjo'will-gvs the huildine information I.

planter but the most successful from a Northern tour, and had en it8rue That tl1Q Demotic elector.il ,Applications with ni'ce*>. ry>votii'heTs must JicupIM; By IL.l Berry) and n) It AdJiwtU..on tl..
, h'Ter in this section of the State. And at August 8.-The BreckinridgeState joyed the advantage of attending the principal the name of Douglas] be made 'to, the l> aii.: : Hiomiti,? of the 30th July. .
aD times he has been the friend of the op- Convention assembled] here yesterday.Hon. mass meetings held] throughout tLj coun- or Breikinridgc as an elector at large, and Tecs for eutrreCfrurse of LeC'tUl'et 1 o, 00 HY. 1. RUrGKRS Agent .

41V prrvvL and it mattered not whether they Henry S. Randall was chosen permanent try. At that time, the charge of Squatter t in thccvent of the suecess ofth snid ti.-ket, '' MatriculatwinTicLft, (paid once) 5 00 Aug.Metropolitan I IfiW' 1tl Insurance 32-3i Company, N. 1".
I ,
ftn rich poor or friendless. As an advo- President, togothcr"ith a numerous list Sovereignty vv as being preferred by r>artian I it' the greater number>fi:ill hare boon vast fur 1 I Demonstrator's Tickets . . 10 00 -----. -

'p rite, he has few or no equals.In of Vice Presidents and Secretaries.: presses against Major Brcckinridge, pr- li- I Mr. JoUhi then tlete of the electoril Graduating 1'ee . . . 30 00 Blacksmith Notice.
tlti tbt canvas of 1 86, his name wan placed During the afternoon a ticket of Presidential iatcd npon ]his celebrated Tippocanoe speech. (oc State ,] al! l e.t for Douglas For further partilIlars.pl'l} to
, upon the Democratic ticket as a candidate I electors was nominated, and a committee The Democracy of New Orleans indignantly] and Johnson but iff?'r Brvikiuiidgc. thenfr WM. H. BULLOCH, Dean. THE' undersigned has purchased of
Jus. II
tor' elector for tho "'eat. Daring that cxci-: on resolutions reported a long scries. They rose in a |body against this fabrication, and BnsckinrMge and Lane. If the votes of I Ij I I August 18, 1 lh;50.! :3 t-4t little' Machines fur AUtnn Upetli, one< of Tir Doo-:,
campaign, the writer of this article then re-affirm the position of the old-line] ]cmol'- the baseless] :
ti tm; I repelled insinuation. To holster Pennsylvania cannot elect the candidate for Bands sad Axlrs thereby rendering !
lot ':ir ol the Whig speakers often met Gen. racy, recognizing in all the opposition to that up the silly accusation with some evidence j whom a majority of the votes arc cat, and I.(,.i II L PICA I, COLLEGE him able of Shrinking Tires neater and I

Hilton on the stump. Then the main topic j part (including anti-Lccomptonism) the vm-: calculated to mislead public sentiment, the can elect, nn i riinniig for l'nsi'emt i : OF THK better than could be done heretofore. .'

lidfll -. ..Jivnsiion wa, the Cass-XichoUon letter j' pIe que.otion"betll r the I'nion shall be preserved Opposition presses in this State anti in fact, I claiming to }a Democrat, then the vot of I STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. All thu persons kind of can work now done have the with opportunity neatness and of haj dispatch
for white
101'01.. then occupied the same position men or destroyed on accountof throughout the whole South the electoral! shall be ng
copied garbled College cast the candidate THE Annual Course of Lectnres in this Institution al ihe new Blfick-smith Shop pfInlv3l. i
It 44 he Joe to-e a report I If it will not. 'lect either of the Democrats 13dO. 3 -:, H. D. FIFTS.PISE'S .
..turc hvl no right to interfere with the Lincoln and Douglas on territorial questions of I will commence on the First day of No j
'0 Major Breckinridge's Tippccanoe spcpch, for whom it is cast, or of the Democrats --- -- -
of and that it the I It endorse the platform of the Maryland] Institute I any ; ember, on the following branches : PATENT METAIJC
m-stioi >la\cry, WA duty and harping on this subject with considerable who are voted for in the State, then
'I1 the r'e Jcral Government to protect the :i Convention ; endorse the administration stratogctical tact snceecdnl t, after some time, the vote shall be cast for the candidate who i Joux Ji HOLBROOK, M. D., Emeritus Prof of

; n.'h. of the peoj>le of the South in the torntowo -[ of President Buchanan, and ratify the nominations in creating an impression as Unfounded as it has a majority of the votes of the States; and j', Anatomy.Anatomy BURIAL CASES
1 Tin author of this article then coni i of Breckinridge and Lane, regArding was unjust the Chairman of the Committee be rcque.tedtooBtain "bj Prof. FR\NCIS T. MILES, M. D. i

; t''II, l.J011( ,mce it has been proved that he : them a* tho only regular Democratic candi For the purpose of ascertaining whet of from the electors their several and distinct Physiology, Prof. JAMES )1'J1'L TKU:, M. n.I _
rilit that Gen. Cass adn ocated the doc-, dates. Tlic 6th charges the New York delegation Surgery, Prof. J. J. CHISOLM, M. D.i .
, ': ; : truth there might IK in the widely circulating pledges of acquiescence in the (ore oir'g
when I v\ ith cnllcillg. by their action .it Baltimore I I institutes &Ud l'radi..wQC MmiJitdns l'rofes.or 1IB 4I
'. tnm' .f htuatter'ereigntt', Gen. chlo9ftd of prmin ni far srs possible, resluton. hiul the report thejrcsult of Ins
'1 1l' ao E. GEDDIMJ-. I).
M 1 Contended the reverse. He stated often the present disruption of the Democratic the responsibility: of the fK elro>d to the tion at a niect'ng of thcConHntiol:' i ,

f r-d: tinctly, that if be believed that hewn I party. The 7th characterizes the nomina- sleeves of its originators. Gen. Miles was invited The Committee then] adjourned *me i/.r, Materia MOllie Prof. HKNRY R. FROST, M. I h I (Rosewood Finished---Latest Patent' )
ObsMnc/s Prof. TIIOS. (J. PKIOLEAI ). ,
<< ('&\5)) advocated a doctrine so inimical I tion of Douglas! nd Johnson as irregular and & by a comrjlt"c; of Democrats of the wth: cheers for the ticket. I *I.-TI inT AND INOrsTaCCTIZLPASTITLV
JUIrt l It Contitution and the rights of the not binding on nemO'rntThe 8th urges Fourth District, to attend the Eagle] Hotel] --0I --- Chemistry, Prof. <\ (IT. IIII.\'W, M. D.Demonstrator I cf all .i/A.'II kept constantly Laud
I I !'nth he would not him his I tho concentration of the vote of all the Democrat and to clear and of t .\n-itomv. l'r..'f'r. S'snLj : T. J. AWLS. UnderUktr
give support. mooting give a concise report I
t Nst-1tixcrIo& tRv.-Vo that on List j, Loo\X\1. D. I Nov. '38 '
l"u.t 0. 46
)111I of the State on theBrerkinridge ticket, I _
I In 1830 his name was brought forward by of the opinions as !lie had heard them, weekii the! I .- ---- -- -
} il ilr the Democracy of this county as a candidate i believing that the vote of this State will decide delivered] by Major Breckinridge on that oc- ; upper part U.iofiv.i.tM' threenegroeS Clinical Lectures at the Roper and Marine NEW LICKSJUTU >
the election. such beliefon behinging respectively)' to Dr. Chancy Ho pit.iU twice a week by the Physicians 01!-
They predicate
lot a scat in the lower branch of the Legislature eas'on. The follow! !;j are Mit-tant'ally; : tin- Mr. and V
I Sledge another gentleman, the Institution SaOP.
that the Southern and ,
tire a wun ptiption -
much his wishes. At that time remarks of Gen. Miles the
' Against Vlli.11rperc.1 on
'JiI whoe nime v\e do not know, were overheard j t i The Anatomical Rooms will be in &UCSCKIULK hat
I Pacific States will go for the said ticket opened THE wcred his fefaekmuill,
thu the banner in the Louisiana
county was county ofVhig. day following Courier '
I the convention the above : concerting a liu11! to rio hiiJ destroy tu' October, and dissc-ctiou conducted daily by "HENRY UJC'KS
grijr in the State and contrary to the expectations **After some facetious remarks about Fre- whites in that settlement. One of them was the Dcmollfltrator.I from the Monroe House to the shop adjoining that
and nominated
of many, he was elected by a very detide.1 resolutions mont and his :antecedents Ocn. Mii took of iii. old and well known Carriage Chop of Mr. E.
Jus and I -I I I
afterwardwhipped by master con- HENRY
For Governor- James T. Brady, of New | D. B CLAIK.
JIJ majority. During tho tetajon of 50 the charge alleged by the Know Nothingshere ft'cII the and the opposite Me&8f1.lIol'ldoa.nd Mtg ulJ"s',
on '
twtl Tuc.sday neigh' August 18, I860. 34-4t wherr he is
York. now prepared all work, including
ind 51 he the of his the
was leading man party as to unsoundness of J. Breckin- bors met brought the before I .
-- --- -- ---- -- HOilbE-SllOKING Ac intruded hitclurjtrj
For Lieut. Governor II. K. of Buf negroes
mthr Honse, and his course in regard to all Viele ridge on the question of the extension of them, and they corroborated the statements of MISSISSIPPI RIVER COTTON PLANTATION ; in the bid manner and devpateli.JOSEPH .

oia nuasnres of State policy was so conservativetbat falo. -slavery, and proceeded to say that he had the other. Mr. whose n.-:ma is FOR SALE. It ALSTON.JIurcli .-.
For Canal Commissioner. M. Slege's boy
12U his name was presented to that body, Jaycox.For heard the Tippccanoe speech of that'gentleman Green, and is a notoriously bad character 13, 18CO. flGmJ.w
St te Prison Inspector Robert W. THE: Bend Plantation in Chicot Co.
Cypress .
ithout his consent or knowledge, for Associ a part of which the ..ehlrgc8 the whole --
upon which
) to
Allen of divulged plt seems ArI.anJ.olle of the best Cotton Plan- t : Soh.ooJ.
Juotice of the Supreme Court. The fol- Kings. based. He had also heard him speak briefly, been th.fc .! determined in very j
;1 l4Wrng gentlemen of the Opposition party, by The following resolution, moved by J. G. the night previous at Indianapolis.] .ab\( insurrection; ] between to and- tiitionfton tha Mississippi River, is now offered | OF HARVARD COLLEG
their endorsed him of Little, of Putnam was adopted : tig.a for sale at the extremely low price of $63,000 tfext 1& *votes as a man integer At Tippecanoe lie went into detail on the and had [ commence
'sri and well qualified to fill that high and Resoled, That the State Central Committee subject of the position of the Democratic the subject,approached some of whom sC1'en1 consented ncgrVx -- Dollars. It has upon it all-the Improvements 'I THE 3d, WOO. For Catalogue and.Cir-

.hl fi i nifieJ position, viz :-Brett of Jackson, appointed to-day, be empowered to confer party with regard to slarery.] It was impossible to 0 join them arid other refused. Their and Machinery necessary for force of eighty cular adclrjjss, .:'
Bro"ndlof Walton, Brown of Washington, if they deem it proper to do so, with any for him to give tho exact words used by first point attack was to have on ameetng JIlndland has in cultivation 1000 acres, now JOEL 'PARKER, Royal Professor,
J, W of Duval of Dade other Committee appointed for the purpose of but ben upon it an l1T1"ltT1'rop of Corn and Cot Ma-.
111e Bryant Ferguson Major Breckinriage IIQ ha no difficulty soon fo ilick: at a Baptist .Chun] hon ", Cambridge,
e ft F Hopkins of St. Johns and Putnam, consolidating the national elements of the in rendering his opinions position with .\ creek. ton. There! arc alt gvtht-r 1500 acres of :Cambridge,',Aug. 1 t. '33-81
State in oppoeiug the Republican State ticket Land in the tract and not one but is arable.
bngford Madison of Nassau Ma-
Geiger strict fidelity. Major Breckinridge spoke of The the of the
people were etc
Jpen thers the principles enunciated by this Convention hanging Protected as this place! is by front and side TO PARENTS IN TilE SOUTH.
of Wakulla 'V.V.. McCall of Monroe, upon Know Nothingism as a dream which for a boy Green, who secnis to have the ring :
*"' Senator from Columbia, W. M. Maxwell in its resolution" time had fevered the body but he leader, but they 1ft hiiu off bel condition Levees overflows are impossible, and upon tTTANTEB-Information as to the best loYY '

3 .( Marion Shine of Leon, Turner of Holmes. ADMISSION OF FLOIUD.A .\. and that the patient was once more in a Rome Courier, 9/A iNItI. plantation on the fiver. particulars refer to Southern Mississippi and Louisiana. .

House Journal of 1850 and '51, pp. 313, 316, slander is being circulated that Gen. : healthy condition. The Black Republican --o |I A. P. AM A KER, Tallahassee, Flu, A gentleman] long at the head of flourishing .

, (1!*, Most of these gentlemen separately Lane voted ajainst, the admission of Florida, I part, sid he, ha been organized in direct TEXAS ITEMS-JlJDGELINCI1' COUKP. or oh the place to institutions of learning in the Southern
tl ,rUrawn.) and the House the 13th I The Fort Worth Chief, of July 25th, has ;.ut 18, 18G(. 31Thrxi1I3oecI of the Gulf of the
of March, 1845, on foundation of the Government, and its success a Seminary highest
O :' '"n. would not accept the office, and of February" 1845. Gen. Lane was then would inevitably dkselre the Unioh."le the following : -- ----- order for the ettneation of young ladies. He

cb flscqucntly withdrew his name before there living in Ohio, a private citizen and in the I insisted that no party whose patriot On the 17th inst. was found the body of a FOR FALl. PLANTING. is A native of the South, of forgo experience,

*.\ an election. It will be seen, from the Spring of 1846 volunteered for Mexico. isma bounded by geographical lines, or man by the name of Win. If. Craw ford, sus- j mini great energy and tact a* am instructor. .
JJeli MI', that many prominent Whigs toted for We have the vote upon the admission of that fixed its attention exclusively a sectional pcndcd to a pecan tree, about three-quarters RUTABAGA, Red top and Flat Dutdt)! lIe will be happy to receive proposal fur

\ bn.': ]If he would make a good judge of the] Florida both in the Senate and the House. interest could honestly administer the persons visited the city during the day. At a i also large Drumhead, Green.|I the l location of his institution from any qnafI -

; Supreme Court in 1850, why would he notSake The name of Gen. Lane docs not appear in Gorcrnment This Mr. Fremont's party proposed of a mile from town. A large number of Glazed and other Cabbage Seeds jut receivedand I ter that c'in afford a handxome patron gCo

a good Governor in 1860 fI either one of them. But there is one name to do. It proposed to array the people meeting of the citizens the same evening, for sale by AMES & LIVELY II The school can be organized with a superior t

,11 I In e,'err volHical contest in this State since that appears voting against the admission of ot sixteen States _against those fifteen States strong evidence was adduced proving him to itpgust 4, I860.'______ _3?__ corps of teachers by tfwlStli September.
j-i'J. <;cr. M. has taken warm and active Florida in the House, which is quite a f mil- not as man against man, but &communities have been AH abolitionists. The meeting endorsed -; Address J, S, LANGTON,

.i.i, f t anJ at all times on the side of Dcmoc- liar one to our C. U. friends. No lc.s a per the one side led on by illogical prejudices and tie action of the party who hnn bim. : Lost or Mislaid, I Memphis, Tcnn.

i11< Ill'lIe: was a Delegate to the Charleston sonage than Hunt of New York. Was he unreasoning fanaticism-the other standing, Mr. G. R. Cheesman, from Wharton informs : August .1, 1M50. 32-3t
No. 88 of the Pen & Geo. _
R. R.
11U JB\ention, and on Saturday evening, previt President of the Convention that nominated firm in defence of property, life and liberty.It the Matagord Gazette that a report | fOND Co.
) <* had reached that that .LJ for $1000, and payable in the City of Sa NOTICE.ALL .
the meeting of the Convention on Bell and EverettQuiacy Repuklir. was against such parties that the Fate of place a contemplated I
pi' JlUlldav following, there was a meeting ofno.4 -- his Country had_raised his warning v ic i in. .insurrection had been discovered in Grimes i| vannah Ga. The public is cautioned against person having claims of 'dcrnatt I
11gJ of the Delegates from the Southern NEW COTTON. his.farewell Address. In such a ctt n county, in which two abolition preachers and I trading hold fur said Bond, HJ the Company jll the estate of J>. C. Borgfsa, ,deceased -'

!*<* for the puqio* of adopting a platform The first bale of new cotton was received man could doubt the result'and a about eighty negroes were concerned; the not itself responsible for its redemption. ; are requested to present tUera; properly -

I* 'foe presented to the North, when Gen. here on tIle 5th iiist per steamer Munnerlyn. contest no true patriot had 'any IJer But" reporfwtswrth*- !,that the preachers-made a i F. .II. FLAGG, authtiuticated to the undersigned within

"ton *as unanimously] chosen as Chairman It was from the plantation of R. D. (continued Major Dr1oridgef) was said full confession, corroborated the belief that Aug 4_- Treasurer. two Jean from this date or they will l be .

*toe Committee. This was not only a high THORNTON, Esq.,Barbour county, Alabama, that the DCotic party was also a sec there''as a deep.laid scheme to produce a revolt COTTON PICKING 1860. barred ; and those, indebted.:will mate payment
ttor: conferred upon Gen. M. but upon the and was consigned to Messrs. ATKIJCS 3d'I *tc be represented. But notwithstanding of this city. The quality is about Low strong arm of the Federal Government extend preachers wero then Eung and the nqroea put WAnED to hire hands for this purpose -: qOTNPV CSAI&EB Adai'r.

it fcw done much for his party, he has never Middling.Last slavery. That was not true The Democratic in jail. i paid form"* *, 1_n,1)ra or ; Pfrfooa.Sariftg.claims:acaiirst-laid

*3U any political office. H. did not deere year,.thc_first two bales were receivedon party raised t claims t national sup Three negro men, the leaders in tfie late girls., J. H,,GATL1N. estate*itt Istu4-prvsent! Ut.&It'fP..M. D. Pap;. .
tJ tlic nomination for Governor ,the Quin.l'f'oQ"cntion the 22d August, from the plantation of port upon national principles stanch insurrectionary plot Dallas, were hung in August, 1860. 33-4t BM Vrho is'Mifi.riMd lf> act./y.' agent 19

JrjJfcil) and but for the earnest en- EDWAKD BRYAN, jrn Jackson county Flori the prinile of the Kansas-Nebraska that town on the! .24th ultimo-. Vigilance A GRA-DIMT-K the Rettlemen't of said e te, .
tucatle, of his friends would not hare per- da. And the year before, the first bale 're.eeived and platform. It asserts that committee hare been seized ire every August 4, J8.8'0a..
tltted LIs name to have befor that was on the 12th of August from Bell- the Federal Government A no power to ettab hamlet inNorthrnTeaas, and the peoplea] flE8lRKS a heslthyrftuation as Teacher, in : '
** t- \ gone oitfftjA asserts'the Ii Florida JICi< j And I have no doubt but that if his rue, Florida.-Apalafhicola Times Auy 8.0 iil ttarery. principle now firfly preparedf/orjevery emergency.
I P:I'at- jshes were consulted] he would rath- of Noshwnvzitvox [as th. 'pnljf Crdjprinciple -_ has recommendations -thq following j it a liVERY Alii! ) SALE $TAILE$

,- 01I.21fl *t home,surrounded by his friends, BflECiNRIDOE AND LANE RATIFICATION letting to the PxopzIhs.Strtesand -ik'a jl'fr prr'ttsrmrnts.i specimen : ,
.J ii', attend to his firm and to the rearing and MEETINGA Terri\oriesf\ under 11 FORMS or nil CON- "S,u.T GLAND, Lu,J.J Iy 4, 1800. TALLAHASFLORIDL

w"1'0"' of his children than t* receive the BRKCKIWUDGK and LANK Ratification fiTiTcnox,the, right to regulate the f bjcclj I ;AthiIr'AdAIN -- Mr. W. F. D. K. has taught for me during mn.J j .t i ftjend& .

,1iJf1 .h51 Offi IJ1 j U too patriotic-too good a citizen to ult The meeting ,'as-called to order and eoold, 'therefore, no more mak'Ds'if and the "public"generally, that he baaagaii manner c f impacting ?nptp ciyghjftixlijt pccn. larger Brick & ,** .the aid ttaod, and f tt

. 'u1 c the call of his party, and he is willingtI the Hon. DILLON JORDAN '-was' .unanimously the strong arm of the Feer tto I Ofeaed- hb Store in the liarly .qualified! to ,teach, JIU,dca rtment ,aw pit pared- WICC teaccenHiiodaie'hisfneBds

*; 'nficc his prirate interests (forlhe. public] chosen Chairman. Resolutions were'paas&I extend slavery &it can propose :tor Jak NEW BUILDING has been gentlemanly agreeable' in my costoiQers. .

torol endorsing the nomination of BsxcitJiRtDOK use of it to prohibit 'slarery. In'short,'aid f of Uewn. D. C. 'WILMM A Son tAjdarof tbcv, family and pleasant to my child.res. in'his intercourse He also l I\M attached fait- .Stable*,a gjtxxj
IOCt blat tile nomination of Gen. Milton should and LANE, and the meeting was addressed. Major General Miles] ,.Major Breckinridge_did wruer*be '. ready and willing to wait sp_o ikem alI 'with tLet. :BTackxroitBr S&op, .b re be %iU hare fIitr ;
OCt.f ty elect| with l thc entire approval of the par- by lIon. S. R. MALLORY, of 'Florida;:Hon. not otter,a word whiefi John 'Co CIR I. be bM.lw.T' 4un. *. Iloptu she (.vun- heiMoforeextended T, A. 'S. DONIPHA&T :all kinds PlanUtioo* work,HeneBkociog i :

." ,'' cl 1* expected, as the names of many Tuos. 3f Jt-DOK and Col. J. F. CLMiyrs; of might not have uttered with apIJn will b lam cwBttDoed, Address W. F. D. K. Conycrs, Newton and Carriage work ID the rvry best maoiier. I
.1 J n ti l tru. men were presented to the.j ALABAMA and lIon. A. E. MAXWU.L;of Flor South Carolina." jMra, *D.ery TK nrftdfilly.MAXWKLL. County, Ga.tigu.t and with promptness and despatch- f.




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Ho Everybody'1--: !!! Drugs and Medicines t'O-'T TTER'S -- NEW JEWELRY STORE.- -- WOOD". ,__-flIi- -- CO- '

EUueenKtrlity't and. the Rutgert' ButUtng.On s

J. R. GREGORY CO. STOMACOITTERS.The the Cull Plan, Diridiag tho Frofiu with the DELAWARE&MISSOURUTATELORERIi[ ,;

: A NY AXD ALL PERSONS in need of the serriees of an AUCTIONEER, tan be accomA I ... CUSTOMERS Grand Capital Prize

roodatcJ in right stjle and on the,most REASONABLE TERMS, 1 by calling on I (SUCCESSORS TO E. BAR ARDJR.,) TETTER'S proprietors CELEBRATED and manufacturers STOMACH of II BITTERS OS-- BO BAD DEBTS AND KO BOOKS TO XItp: 870,000WOOD

Wholesale and Retail Dealers inDBUGS&MEDICINES eta'appeal with pe.fect confidence to ,P. %I. "W. Jtt&Xtev:: The EDDY & CO., MIJ1&leu.

Do A. SHINE JR. physicians! citizen generally of the United; IS adding to bis atuckby: Express. WATCHES, l1asaeOffices and St.are Lovit located at WjDelaieare '*'*
JEWELRY and ,Slutewri
States, because the article has attained a reputation STERLING SILVER WARE.
heretofore unknown. A few facts upon On band-s fine assortment of The following; MAGNIFICENT SCIlEUr:
this point will speak 'more powerful/! than Gold Pen, Speetaettt, Plated Ware, Tallt and be drawn in public under the Superintend: :**C

volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puffery. Packet Cutlery, Rizort,Pocket Boolt Cane, Sworn Commissioners sppointcd by the *:**

1 Auctioneer and Com. Merchant c-: : The for consumption the last year of Hostetter's amounted to Stomach over a half-Bitten t3f"\Yatcbes Gum Wad and, and Jewelry Cepl,Military repaired.Used,. Woe, Eddy & Co.'s Lottery"GOT '"

million bottles, :and! from its manifest steady July3, 1860. 23 ClCJ.1I1o. 394 Draw> Saturday,Ava.m ',
increase in times past, it is evident that duringthe -- -- -- 78 Nnmbers-13 Drawn Ballots '

Tallahassee Fla. coming year the consumption will reach o"tl.oe: "to .L&.L. I GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE OF
near one million bottles. This immense amount -0- )&oe:
could never have been sold but for the rare TN returning his thanks. for the liberal I Prize or .. $30,000] 65 Priu.o(
:3 very patronage 81C'
'Vhrrc they will also find, at all times, a General Assortment of PURE WINES AND -- medicinal properties contained in the prepara- .1.. heretofore bestowed upon him, the undersigned I Prize vf. 20,00bj 65 Prize ofWPmesof l

LIQUORS, FAMILY GROCERIES, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, Arc-, &c. TJ AVE on hand at the old stand alga of the Mor- tion, and the sanction of the most. prominent wtmld respectfully inform Lb. public that he 15 I Prize Prize of of .. .. .. .. 15,000 &tI
August 14, I860. 34-if still continue theCARRiAGE 5,001* 65 Prize .
XI tar, corner of Clinton and Monroe streets, a physician in those sections of the country I Prize of ... 8f
where the article is best known, who not only 3,475, 4,510 Pr.ielof ;
large and complete stock of paN BUSINESS 100 Prizes of .
recommend the Bitten to their but 1,006.87,040 Pnzcscf
: patients, in all its various branches at the OLD STAND 166 Prizes of . 600
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals are ready at all times to give testimonials to Its op.
polite the Book Store and strict attention -
cf&caey in all case of stomachic derangements hope by 32,396 Prize amounting to....... ....:f'.l'
Aa Fa Dye-Stu/t Paints, Oils, Spl. Turpentine to his business to merit a continuance of a share or
IFJAIVAImIIDg and the disease resulting therefrom. the public patronage. Nearly One Prize to Every TwoTIck.While .
Varnishes Brushes Cawphene, This I Is not a temporary popularity obtained
lie would also inform the public that he has fitted _
t-y extraordinary effort in the way of trumpeting : Ticket, 12 O( ; lIalru $10; Q.att,,
Fluid Window a room at his shop for ,
Burning np takingPaaO'FOGavFeUAJE'XXJS !
the qualities of the Bitters, but a solid
Hif medicine which ii : : t Certificates of Packages in the above !
Glass Putty &c., estimation of an invaluable Scheitt,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: DEALER IN destined to be as endunbg as time Itself. Pictures taking from a small size .p to a cabinet be sold at the following rates, which i i. th, r:.;i

together with a fine assortment of Hosteller' Stomach Bitter have proved and life sire. DACUKKiorrrts copied and enlarged Certificates Packages of 26 WLole Tieketa. 4*>!*

TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES a Godsend to region where fever and ague to life aixe, either on paper or canvass ready for pain- 'a izenaif ,l4S;:
tins WM. KUHNS.Jan. M :IS Quarter '. ?
end various other bilious complaints have ? .. 74.S
STAPLE GOODS of 10 '60. 3UPOST Y6 'gl"l h"'
consisting counted their victims by hundreds. To be --- 31

Superior Hair, Tootft, Nail, able to state confidently that the iltrra" & MEL, Sp10J:1d.t.d.: : -oh.oD1o-
certain for the and like
are a cure Dyspepsia
and other Brushes;Horn, Ivory and diseases, is to the proprietor a source of unalloyed COMMISSION MERCHANTS, To be Drawn each Wednesday |Ia .itws

PLANTATION SUPPLIES India Rubber Dressing and Fine Combs'; pleasure. It removes all morbid matter 64 Pojrdrna Street, Class 364 I/rairr 1/1 Wednesday, Atg. I, Is.;J
from the stomach, purifies the blood and NEW ORLEANS. Class 36 Draw ca WtJnetday, A* <; t ub'
Fancy Toilet Soaps ; Pomatums ; Choice imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, Cleat 388 Dratct on \VeJ eidayt A1 J r, i *
Clot 400 Drain .. Weditetdaf W l
giving it that tone and indispensablefor 1861'
energy :,
CROCERIES *C.A Perfumery,
All of which they will sell \t reasonable price By; the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs, RoToias.Esq,
keopmg constantly supplied with all articles in thtir mildly: but powerfully Dod soon restores them AfDEison, Talubaosee, 2 TICKETS
CONSTANT SUPPLY OF Taos.i. PakEl.xs: dcCo., | 78 Numbers-'14 Drawn UIII !...'-.
line, and by stiict aitentior. to business, they: will endoavor I to a condition essential tVthe healthy dischargeof --- -- -
n. c. Law,,
\ to merit the patronage Lcruoforc bestow*! the functions of nature. ) Capital Prize of

i' Mess Pork Barns Sides Shoulders upon their predecessor. Elderly directions persons on the may bottle use ,the and Bitters they will daily find m GIBSON; &&HARRIS PALMER,Quincy.DBKHAM ,Monticrllo. I Prize or "515,000 G.J Prizes$35OOO of .!. SIM
I Prize of. 6UHU, 6.1 Prizes
Physicians' Prescriptions.Particular in it a stimulant pl'culiarlyndapted to comfort Mi-NAwonTit ORMOIO' Newport.BrAID or. ...
& DUNHAM. St. Muk,. I l'rize or. 4,076 6-1 Prizes III. ..
? attention careful! declining as it is pleasant to the palate, : Et'
paid to Prescriptions- years
It.() Pri xes of. ,500 GI Peizea .
.t. .
FLOUR, WHISKY, &C., &0.I day ly compounded and night. Irons Pure Medicine, at all hours- and invigora.ing rejuvenating: to the generally.bowels, excellent We have as the a. tonic evidence -, Sal.\LLWOOD fll.oaK..yVt'at., t-'ILE &. Co., I New Yurlrl I II J'riz'a "r. I ,200 6-1 Prizes 413t .>.)1

I I RALCH Pou, ) Prizes of. I.flOt 5.)0.1) Prizc. .r. .,
of thousands of men and women
Feb. 14 aged
1860. 8
50 Prizes vr. 200) .8.224:? Prizes
z'I'e'ixi Oash cxia De1.ivery..l'Z who have experienced the benefit of using this November 23. lRSfl.Planter's. vf. b
---------- 260 I'r'zea of.. .. ISO
while suffering from stomach derangements -
.: Tallahassee, May 8th, I860. 20-1 mew and Reliable preparation and debility acting under Hole! 1- -
; 34,412 Ptizes ........ .. -
abandonedall amounting to ftrf7Sj4VIIOLK ; ;
-- the advice of physicians, they have : -

: FANCY GOODS TICLES.: : : deleterious drugs and fairly tested the TIlE Subscriber hating purchased \ TicKrr* SJO ; HALVE* 85 QuAtTtsafttCertitieausof
FANCY GOODS SOAP, Pumice Stone lOOp Champion merits of this article. A few words to the abuse Hotel, respectfully' in- ,.. .

SILVER Cleaner, Japanese Uoot and Shoe PolishFrench gentler sex. There are certain periods when forms his friends and the public in gen- |{jj| '., .nresin theabove Sdirme i"

Imperial Liquid Blurinj-tlii* liquid impart their cares are so harassing that many of(them eral), that it is now opened< FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. to all kind of Linens and Muslins the blue tint so sink under the trial. The relation of mother mo.l.tion of PERMANENT: and TRANSIEX lowing rate, which is the risk -

4, much desired; by Lauud eues. and child is so absorbingly tender, that the DOARDEKS. G. C. TOWNSliLND.Tallahassee Certificate w ol Package" of 26 \dole Tickets. iUI| *,

p --- -AI.SO- mother, especially if she be young, is apt to May I ,1860.$ 19-tf. *. 26 Half :6.1
is Cod Liver Oil Rnsl ton's & Ht' eman'a celebrate in her 2C Quarter ,
forget her own health extreme anxietyfor -- -- -- Jjj: :

brand ; Queru'a Cod Liver Oil Jelly, flavored. her infant. Should the period of maternity TAYLOR'S COTTON GINS. -

IYRUS Ii S4.8.1I88 The Jellifying of Cod Liver Oil enables arrive luring the summer season, the wear of 45 and 5O SAWN l lur u'.f by In Ordering Tickets or Certificates,
; the most delicate stomach to receive body and mind is geDerelI'l1ggruated. Ht're. 40, A. HOPKINS & CO Endows:: the amount ol money to our addrnt.brw'atytu .

and retain this great remedy.A theu, is a necessity! for a stimulant to recuperate June 2C, I860. 27-tf wish to purchaoe ; paDeb.. l.vCkfll1t
the energies of the system, and enable the 'clii. 1.I ton wish it invi sted, and briber you sul

:, NO. 29 CHAMBERS\ STREET, NEW YORK PEESH SUPPLY OFrvENSLOWS mother to bear tip under her exhausting trials Myers & Gorman .* .li-'K-*. Jialetor; Quarters rn receipt: of 1I"hici

BENZINE Duruon's ..tArrllSnaff' and responsibilities. Nursing mother generally w. M-I..I wluit is ordered, by first mail,together witktho

WMD)3LIBSA3Ii2B(< ) !DDIBA3LIBIBPinx IU'1 J Anodyne Toothache Drops,Pectoral Hon. tars that prefer receive the Bitters the endorsement to all other of inrigora-physicians TT AVE York RECEIVED, a splendid assortment,pcrrec arrivals of from NiwJLL r Iinui.tlLitily M-Iietne. after the diawmga Printed Pnwmg.

j ey of Liverwort, one of the very best remedies for Certified l the
[ because it is agreeable to the taste aa 10 l.y CounsissiunerswIl bs MIL
(J"lIb, Coughs,Colds &c. Roman Eye Balsam Spalding'. SILVER AND PLATED WARE
Writing Desks, Jnrelry, ; well as certain to give a permanent increaseof Aiih an Explanation.tJTPurehaicrs .
liruxhts, Needles, Work Jtose Watthcr Prepared Gluo todilystrengtb. CuNSIHTI.NG OP will please write their rgzstirsp'ain
-- --- ----- Fish Knives Cake do Silter
Muttons, Porte Monaleg Musical 'Wares All those persons, to whom we have particularly Cap-, Ntpkio Rings, (' ,and fire( their post office olflltYlDd Stile
Stationery, CHOICE SECARS.ROCK Salts in cases,&l". All commonicaiionsitrietly eonfidential.t .
referred above, to wit: sufferer from
Threads, Purl Folio, Perfumery, fever and ague, canned by malaria, diarrhoea, Fine German Silver Plated Tea Sells Ice Pitchers, -All prizes ,>f$1,000 and uoJerparbleiallllf..tiltelyaftl'r .

Wood and Willow Ware tc, trAuJ ., POTASH, FIRST SORT. dy enlery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and Fine Cake Setts, Basket. Jewelry, CaMors in Cacs Candlesticks, Bronthes, EarRings .time of the drawing-other prizes at the saul]
the forty daII.
all diseases or derangements of stomach
c\cry article in the notion line jairoil 1 Ly the Suutlicru Icf<:h"lIl. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, superannuated invalids persona of sedentary : Finger ALSO Rings, &e.,tc. ---

for Medicinal and Family purposes. occupation and nursing mothers, will consult Onr Single Number Lotteries,
Table and Pocket Cutlary, Powder Flask,!Shot'
their own phy"iulweIrare bj giving to Hoetetter's Opita.1: -rt.e
- -- Faints, Oils and Glass : Pouches, Caps, Wads. Wad Cutters,Meerschaum Oooq
Celebrated Stomach Bitters a triaL 7'

and the
Linseed Oil. boiled and Jewett & Pipes a supply
raw ; CAUTION.-We caution the public against '
SPECIALITIES genuine LaUki.t Tobncco Whole Titl.tt $10 ; JAnice $5; QonrttnV ,
: Son's Pure Lead, in Oil ; using any of the many imitations or counterfeits :
French and American, Window Glass, but ask for HOSTETTCK' CELEBRATED For!late lo\v hy fEltS GORMAN. [3f Order f>r Tickets or Certificates in any i..

.; Ltwrencc** *.' GroovelebS perfect Eyed Needles" II Lawrence Sreel! Penttic Planlm, Itdgir &C., Snow White Zinc, in Oil Cans, PaintBrushes '. STOMACH BITTERS, and see that each bottle Jiaa __June__3, 1860.__ _21_ the above Schemcn to be directed' t<,
1.aw re rice's Oricntil Coloijne," Lswrcnco's .* Gold Pen.,'" warranted Putty, &c.DEODORIZED. the words Dr.J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters" h WOOD, EDDY & CO ,Wilnlin tl..IkL

t 3 Lnwrenco's: SoJihcrnert: Favorite," (I Lawreucv'n" I 1.t.aJ Pencils," all *.tyie. KEROSENE blown on the side of the bottle, and stampedon A. J'OEJN"S: : or WOOD,.EDDY" & CO..St. Louis, Mu.fjyCirculars \ .

OIL. the metallic cap covering the cork, and Dealer in and Manufacturer of till kinds oj containing Schemes fur the' rung!*
Also a superior quality of OSNABDRG SEWING THREAD in Balls, small and larjj* ai.d on .pooli will! be cent, frreof aJJrl' ...
observe that our autograph signature is on the IT.LLD .VMERICAN exprnnej, by >ol ng sub.
Feather Dusters
All warranted to and VarDI b & White-wash
good equal samule atr-prcscutJ. Pertioular nttentian ( Ni-t and r '
given packing. label.Jtf. trfbe drawings> W vod,!;d.ly& Co .Lotites "
w convenient C.1.tolue"Ith: ; b'auLs'! for menrniauta supplied to furchascrt to aprilic, November 22: 1859. r'1..1sh.cs. Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEB & ,I are published in tho New York Herald. N. rod
4S-Iy Fresh Supply Choice SMITH Pittsburgh, Pa. and sold by all 1C:: >JSU N'TEJ. i I Times, New Yvikcr Stoat, Zeituog and New Yak

-- -- --- -- and dealers generally '. Cxprcts.Xov. .
r - druggists grocers nox TOMBS, TABLETS, HEAD hTo.Nr.s, *c .1;( I
VVilliam 1>. Slusscr i I! Dis olution. GARDEN AND FLOWER throughout the United States. South America J2: ? Yard near the Cap:t..l, TalljhaFsc-e' Ha.t3j9 10 '57. 46-ye rlyHejlihy

Co-partiurhip heretofore exiftmj bMwecnj BIfrnlID and Germany. -.o\l1..rl..tsl'romrtlJ'[ attcriJc-il lo.ltc. .
: TilE or
t }'ALL A II ASS E E. FLORIDA, \j j .. Suhurilu.ututer, the firm ur HOfKlNb O.A.N".A.FI.."Y Sol.1) hySCO: MUt ;\ ';.\D. New Orleans, I.a., 27, 183U. 1-ly
SEEJ: :>.
I & MEGINNISS, dissolved -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -
,. manufacturer of Copper Tin and Sheet was by mutual consent Wholetale Agents for the Southern States.
\\"n the 31&t of M.iy last. All business of the firm; Together wiiifeveritl.ing usually kept in Also old l by Ames & LiYt'ly.Mile. taela t; Co..
Iron Ware Wholesale I and Retail TLORIDllVILROADCHANGE
be HOPKINS a first-cUfcs Drug Slorc. 1m
adjusted by & CO.
who Ire and J. R Gregory & /Tallahassee ; J. W.Skipper -
.4 : Dealer in Plain, Fancy and Ja. I auth irizcd to use the firm name in liquida!ion. For sale by J. R. GKEGORY & CO.Stewart's Newport; T. M. Palmer and Scott &Tuckir.

paned Ware. A. HOPKINS -. :_ : Monticello; Palmer & ''Williams Wankeenah. AmI e

.. S STOVE HEAD .QUARTERS J). B. MEGI NISS. I y dealers in medicines throughout the State.
Splendid assortment of Cooking. Parlor and Tallahassee, June 19th, IsOO. Candies April 10, 'CO. 16-ly OF HOURS. human Blood upon Wing Analyzed
A always prevents us with the I8WC cssent'oalekmtrab.and ,
1 "'ood Stoves trimed with oeatnetw &n p. at reduced prices. CoPartnership.A. GUM 1)ROPSnnd Fig 1)ropl. Gal\'a Jelly. IV EDWARD M. WEST, O Follows : gives ufconrse the T'UE ST.UDUD. Analjn tit

,,' OUT DOOR WORK. a. C. rAIXHILL. Horse nadi b. Tomato Catsup, Fuiu Auctioneer and Commission Merchant Freight and PassencrTraiu:: on Mondays,Wednesdays Blood of a person suffering from Conllaml'tiou.| Liter
Cracke, Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powder.Refined Complaint, llYll'ep..ia, Scrofula &e., and we 6ai/atttryimtaxce
ROOFING, Ornamental Front Heads EDWARD and
Guttering, aaAneoRD. u a. STAVEKrplIE FridayswillLeave .
Copper, and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lead, UNDERSIGNED entered into Corart.Der.hip : Shredlsinggbiss: for Jellies, Blanc Mange, &c. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Fernandina at. ... .10.20 A. M. Blood. Supply ctt\ 'in these dejieitttcitt deficiencies in ihereJglubnlnof and

Mievt Zinc,Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop on the 1st day of Jo.e, 1860, under the "pnOMPTsttentioniion: given to Consignments Baldwin at. .. .. .2.20P.M.. welt. The CLOOD FOOD is founded, josittinade An
: work of every variety done at short notice. firm of A. HOPKINS & CO., for the transaction of Patent Air-Tight Glass Jars, -L bit care. Rooms next door to Ames & Lively' Gainesville at .. ... 7.25 .. hence its upon .
Theory- astonishing
,>j CITY \ND -COUNTRY] MERCHANTS, a General Merchandizing R....... FOR PUTTING UP PRESERVES & FRUITS. Drug More. [Nov. 8, .859. 46Galllo Arrive at UroLson at. .......g no Preparations adapted snecets.totli j ficie>-

Are respectfully invited to give me a call before purchasing A. HOPKINS. ---- -- Passenger Train on Tuud.'s, Thursdays and Sat ck-s of the Blood in different diseases. For Coven,
t elsewhere.QrN. EDWARD BRADFORD, :: : urdas, will COLDS BaoNciiiTis whatever slIt.
Articles or affection
. B. All articles manufactured from the R. C. PARLL, for the Toilet. PULa" 115Dry Leave Fernandina, at. .. 12.45 P..hi.'a TllltOAT or LVNGS including any CONSVjimojr, use Xo..I I,
beat material and warranted durable. No other L. R. 8TAH. Goods Provisions Baldwin..345 '
very ANDOLINE various kinds which is also the No. for Dcrtisstov or Snwn,
article) will be offered for sale. Tstlub..eeJenc: 19, I860. G-tf B for the Hair, Ursina, an elegant dressing Gainesville at .... 7.10 Los ArrKTtTK, and for all CHBONIC Coiruun
.d } BUlge or Real Benr'sGrease AND Arrive. Bronson ...... M
Oct. 9.1855. n Flo. at at 8.35
copy. from
On..t1I O&UUL DiaiUTVaad No-
; ; Rose and German Cologne Lubio'f Extracts arising
Newic'ctXL Groceries in GeneraL Train
: and varions other delicate Perfumes. Wheel. Passenger on Moodjrt, Wednesdays and Friday Toes PaosTKiTioit. 1"0.2, lbs< Lrrci Cvsiruirn,
T'tilASSEE FOR Nov. 9, 58 46-tf [Flor. copy ', will No. 3 for
er's Oriental Lotion for the Poreefain Drsrcnu. Bting already preperiifat
complexion ; ,. ... .
Bronson .
Leave at ..7 A. M.
it i is TAKEN
and Metal Puff Boxes Toilet Powder almrption Ulll.on and earned i immediately
I ', G3.:1t: 3, Ea 3.? SPUING AND SUMMER a very choice and extensive; variety. ,Toilet Soaps, .DAVID--.___.r..u Boons._h._. A..__rcaar_Uu.u AMAKEB___h "u GaiMsrttfo at. ..........8.30 "" into the circulation, so that what 10. gaasyou

2.000.PRATORITJS n. 4' Hogue & maker, B.ldwiDat..11.40 retain. The No.4 is for FEMALE: Iiticruii-
Arrive at Fernandina..........2.25 P.M.
'I -
M AND a supply of COSTAR'S TIES, 0. lpt'Cialli-
and P Teals
Freight asenger on Tuesdays, Thursdays
Harness Establishment. & GLARE RAT. ROACE. &C., faction for this. For SALT'RUGx,E.llnrOIlIrSclar--

/-1I.ne now in Store a Full Assortment of_ EXTEEMINATOB," .t the Corner Drug Store Tallahattte, Florida, aiM Saturdays, will ULOUS. KIDMIT and BLADAIK CoiirLAiMTs, tabs K*
--0- Leave Bromon at........... 3.20 A. if.a. .
of J. R. 5. In all the directions fol
GREGORY & CO. TTAVE formed a co-partnership the of cases must be strictly
I: suWriber having purchased the interest of practice Gainesville at.... .....6.50 "
JLJ. lowed. Price of the BLOOD FOOD .1 bottle.
TilE lAW and will attend to
ac, late DAVID E HULL, in the Carriage, Cloths, Jl J% Drillings, entrusted, to their any professional business a' BaMwrsi at..... .......10.50 Sold by CHURCH & DUPONT.per Dnunri,

i :Saddlery and Harnrm bnsinea*.so long kept by him, Citrate of Magnesia. May 18 '58 care. 21oc1ioes.1 Arrive at Fernandina at.......5.35P.M. CHURCH & DUPONT,
4 would respectfully Inform the Inhabitants of Leon and J. E.
No. 409 If.
adjeming counties, tht he will continue the business Gassimers, HE fW HarsailesVestlngs TIllS popular and delightful Aperient it nanufac- : 1Jctioo.: Engineer and Superintendent. By A HIS & L1VtLY.TsIl&haUeS.Broadway And by, lO tspectable .

in all its branches, at the old stand, where may in small quantities at a time so as to be always J. Fernandina, July 3, 1860. 23 Dru the
W / B. TAYLOR. J. 8. BOND. gista throughout country.
fresh. Seltzer Aperient Soda and
he found at all times. VesUags '
March 13 60. 13-1
--- -- --- -cow
Road Powders, freuh ; Compound Syrup of the Phosphatesor 1JUB. .TAXLUK BOOU y
Roclaways, Btyaicg, Waaons, Saddles,
Harness, Bridles, irXi/wr, Trunks Spring !tc", -Chemical-- ---Food HAVE associated in the practice of Medicine MILES NASH, & CO. NEW ESTABT.'tA'R'M1=!?fr.
at the Old Stand of Dr.
and Machine Belting Coatings, uU lu I ,| &c. ROOK SALT FOR STOCK. Tallahassee, February 8, 1859. Taylor.7 Dollars in Drags, Medicines, &c- TIlE undersigned respectfully informs his frta* |

Of every variety And in fact, every article usually .. inform their friends and the pub the public generally, that he has not

4 kept in uchan establishment ; and he hopes by attention HANCKELs TUNNO & WOULD have hand Retired from Business,
LAMPS they on a goodaasoruroent
:..:., to the iuttrckU of his customers, to merit a. Which they arc prepared ti :Manufacture! to Orderat nor
the Shortest nonce and in the- Most Fashionable Fitted with the most FACTORSAND of such article as are generally kept in their FERRY
continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed approved Burners. line or business, and will be receiving regularly GONE TO HARPER'S ;
, Also extensive ,
manner. on a&soitrnent of
his J. -
upon predece sor. K Pl'RDY. --- -- fresh supplies. Their terms shallbe reasonable. nor has he any

The subscriber wonld also inform his frit-nds and 3Icn and Youth's Clothing, Burning Fluid (General Commission fltmljants 'Fallahassee,3uIy Sib,1851. IntenUon of Going; to Texas,
the public, that he aiiil continue the Agency nf the "liDFURNISIDNG lint that he will fully resume tb.BlacksmlUlug.
: well known and justly celebrated WheelerVilsoj GOODS. NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF,

: :Sewing Machmra.Sept. All for sale at the lowest living price*. They respectfully KEROSENE AND LARD OILS. C. F. HAKCKEL, )) GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTION Easiness Ain
.20,1839. 39 solicit call from their old friends and'cus
i V
I all its various branches
Elucation. tomers, at their old stand opposite the Marine Bank I8&ILIB! IFffiJE IEI j1EIDlP[( W. M. TDNXO, } Charleston, S. C. noKrimr: ss OLsijOTriD's _ ,

Ajency.HTVo. o M. R. tmcso, f PATENT SOUTHERN PLOW. one month from this date. His shop is frontimj :
TIlE constituting Are receiving new goods monthly. E. W. NOWELL, J I 200 foot street, oppo.iisthe.Fast-cfllcs. and "
Troxtees oth. Stale Went of Expected to Arrive Soon.
Seminary the
March 87, 1860. 14 rear of Mr. Zuker's Harness Shop where be ante:
:o:- Dec. 27th
: Suwanne, lccatd in Tallahassee: Florida, di sire toemploy ONGRESS 1859. F
1 WATER A and don
; large well selected the absence of one of our firm Messrs. D. C. to crrry on the business a it should be *
.. that have three occurred antitlnnt in the teachers School, to supply two vacancies NEW GOODS. W stock ofTooth and Hair Brushes, Paint,Varnish IN & Sox,of Tallahassee, }.,.., will represent call -the attention--- ---of--the- -public to our new ing grateful for the liberal patronage hsretotw "-
comp..tl'ntttiYe > and White-wa WE *
Brushes "
.-. j A complete stock of tended to him, he would respectfully solicit I
receive and advance
instruction in the English, trench, Latin am utensils for Porte us, upon all Cotton designed Plow feeling satisfied that it is the most *
Graining Mooaies
,Violin String. Dance of the same, hoping by his own PrfOCT
for convenient ,
4 Greek Languages,and one in Mathematics and Military JOSEPH WEBER us. valuable and economical now yet invented -
. 1 Tactic To teacher well qualified and with ON TUX HANCKEL, TUNXO & NOWEI.L, and must when it baa been tried, supercede all I Iother. fort.and prompt attention,to render entire B.FITTS.sttyttion. I
Jan. 31, '60. 6 Charleston S. C. .. This is the of II.
: some experience in teaching a salary of $1200 for MERCHANT TAILOR opinion experienced planters
r the scholastic year will be allowed. From the Boar :EL. EL GaLE: ," who have examined it. We are prepared to sell patents AprH23._I860. 18-tf fFlor.eopTINSURANCE _

Teacher,* when complete, one will be selected by AND DEuaa IN EXPECTED DAILY. WILL CALL, T. W. BUY ARD,I a. and call the special attention of the public that ATNA COMPANY.OF .

the Board of Education to act a* Principal, with sn CALL, & BREVARD, hose wishing may secure them soon. The FLOWun

additioaal coojpensatioa of three hundred dollar, for Ready-Male CUthlig T1THITE lY WIXE VINEGAR, Ra. berry Vinegar A1'torD.eys; a't ::1.8"00" < be Men at Lloyd,and we,will Jeave pattern disnboted HARTFORD.
the same term. The duties of the School commence Worcestershire Sauce, Pickled Lobster, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. ai different places. very soon. py A(rents
; AND' CEXTLEMElTa' Fresh Lobsters, Fresh Salmon, F/e.h Mackerel Wanted. RONEY: & LLOYD. :: J1l
October 1st, 1860, and end July 1881 Communication Pitkled Onion Praae .Date TTAVING associated tlwojaelves ia the practice of Incorporated in 1819. -CAorter Ptr1e
Solace Jan 10/60. 3.4fFOR
addressed mud the
be ) let of XI
I may September Tobacco the Law, offcc their professional service to the
gnabfng Goods ,Macabojr8ae.fr,Waterproof Matches
3 to F. EPPES President. ,RoM, !
Castile public They will practice ia the Circuit Court* of Cash CapitaJ-lOOOOOO
2 DoaN of Education. Tallahassee Transpsrent Soap; Sperm Oil,a pore article SALE.
Fla. for sewing Mpchhies.iTiiIELER'S the Middle District,the S.prem. Court and District -4o----
t. Jan.26, 1860. 27-tf [Richmond Whig copy Court of the United Stale at Tallahassee.J3T A HOUSE and LOT together INSURE AGAINST LOSS .tHDDAMA'GI J1

f Carriages Baggies, and Harness, THE Subscriber is new receiving: at hi*tore next ORIENTAL LOTION, for Offioe llut eers'new baiUing,ever'the Sooth XX.: the oat-balldiap, which are' WhhA f FIRE, ON TERMS ADAPT|
R. H. re- Weafern
Berry' Anctien Room Rail Road Bank. situated
s well-selected pleasantly oa the '
Tan. Sen-Barn TO THE ,
I moving Freckle :
Pimple of
I P. B. BROKAW. stock SPRING &SUMMER GOODS,writable! for and all eruption of the Skin. For' sale at the Corner Jan. 31, 1860. 4-tf and Bear the Depot' witha] a few AND CONSISTENT'WITH THB LAWS >

r received Gentlemens1 Wear, Drng Store by J. GREGORY menu walk of the Capitol. .It has thereon u exeel- COMPENSATION.B. .
Subscriber &
milE haj just a CO. HENRY ,L. RUTfiElS
slating in lint well of good water' frmit trees ftc which makes
part ,
L C. 'Agent
large of .
very supply Carriages ,
French and English CUths & CO.'S 'IMMISSION .Mf i& very convenient desirable to ,one, that nay r 1jJy1sep22 '
aad HAHT.
Baggie*, Haneae,which he offers HEMSTREET ; INIMITABLE HAIR wish tar a pUasaat aitHtlo Celt mad )." TaUabaaaet
for sale on the roost reasonable term.. Cavssl eres aid Testings.of warranted to restore grey hair TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. JOHN tee f. '57 11 ___
Nov.25 the latest ) and best to its original) color at the Comer BOWMAN..
1854. style quality, which be is Drag Store. '
r.- prepared advance*mad* on Get ton or Tobacco T'-'a-ee. Feb. XI, 1860 > tfADMINISTRATOR'S COST.
to make to order ia a werkman-fike J.R.GREGOR YCO. .A..T
BLACK-SMITHING. p and ,- to his, friend. in New York. i
fashionable$ manner, and on reasonable terms. &SIGHT EXCHANGE. NEW YORK ia NOTICE. : A. HOPKIN.S & 00.
? SUBSCRIBER fives notice that he ha* Also a ktA
general UIOrtmeDI.ofR.eadvDlra.d.e TonioJHESE
Aromatic Bftt
1 TilE his BLACKSMITH SHOP apla.'" sums to suit p.reh.uen. .H. L. R.SepCI LL haTing clahns RE offering their lane JJlod ..(.S

::1 connection with hi. Lunar Sraau, ....,.l.e will : 010.h121S. invaluable BITTERS arc/ a gnet Ri- '6S V A penoos the estate of, .or,. demands I DltlSSGOODS ATOST.eo1115! .
Black and Fancy Silk Cravat and Ties ia all gunst Jabez B. Boll de- BEKAGE
, .i have done all kind of Plantation and Carriage work. ; ShiN; TIU cases of Debilityincident to a ORGANDIE.J.iCONXT d5
4 -ALSQ- M.rI.oSflk and Cotton U Dder- r1l ; Collars ; Half warm climate persoo who are recovering from wck- aiia. :3tL.''wtDzLEa ceased, are requested to present ,them, proprij PL9iEAPPLETISSUESaad8UMMEIU1Th.l

iineeGlovss1e.&c. nee will. Lid them an ezosUent Tonio. The. labor IHA authonUcated the nnderaJgned withtq invite the attention orpa" "-
. I .. .a nonSE SHOEING< in the very be* : tlTH wonU take tkismethMoflet.rnIugtisab. lag under DrsrKrsiA and InMonriojr will find them I two ,years from ,this; date June 19,1860. 26. ---
tnanner and will us* endeavor to hie old easterners for the eUlU W Jr.iid.ms or they will be _
every liberal patronage hereto- advantageous, taken an hour or so before meals, in tJ ) tntu1!!. I barred and those indebted -
-; a to hive work done with patchand:! ore bestowed on him, lad trust by strict attention fact they will be fosrnd an excellent Tonic tj aJaooat ; will nuke pay* R. H. .B Jft.A' ,
t t to Nit customers.! 10 baa.aess.to merit a continuance of the same. all esses where atinuIaoU. are repaired. LL order aoooaapanlea "by the CASH will meet meat immediately. JAS./n. BULL AUCTIONEER AND COMJlISSIOJI *
P.B. DROKAJ \\ .
JOSEPH WEBER for sale.at the Cvroer Drug Storv. XL with prompt attention. Administrator: de bonis non. B Be H' NT.
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