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 25, 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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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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3$. NOW IS THE TIME! \\ raents to the citizens of Southern Georgiaand located in Tallahassee as an AT _

-ill "-FOR- ADOPTED BV THE MOTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY' get the most desirable SEWING MACHINE !Middle and East Florida, for the' very HAVING: AT LAW fe offers

-0-- To ever invented, for family u,;c. liberal patronage received from them during. his services to the public. Alt mpectfully for collection -
] SPRINC & SUMMER AN ACT to amend the 8th section of the 6th six .
.00 PRICE $40. GASH the past five or years. or other Business entrusted' to. him will -
J.fQI.'a article of the Constitution of the State of He will continue the practice of the above bo promptly attended to.X3T -
-.iT TlECrh Floridx Liberal deduction to whnhsale purchasers.Read in sections of and OFFICE .
; profession those country : in the new buil ling oppositethe
.37 OECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate the following and then call at my has made such arrangements with manufacturers firm of A. Hopkins & Co.
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& EKMftNGS: { RUQHSor O and House of Representatives of(fa State office in the Capitol (Southwest corner basement of Dental Materials, North, as to enable July' /1860. 28-6m

. Co of! Florida in General Assembly convened, ) and see for yourselves : him to put up full sett of teeth, in wiy oC the -- -- ----.---
'\SI.6tI.. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. That the 8th section of the 6th article of the 1 I E. L. T. BLAKE;, popular modes, at from fifty to one hundred Wakulla Circuit Court.-In Eq' izy.

Cl.emiclw, Perfumery,Surgica I Instrument,Faints Constitution of this! State hall not hereafter I Sole owner of the Patent for the dollars less than is usually charged for the Mary E. Lawrence, )

)60.'i6I'.. G. IF! Scott ..5. Co. Oil, Varnishei-ALSO, Dye-Stuffs- &o. be so. construed! as to render any Justice of I July 14, 29 State of Florida. same in the South ; (he means what he says,) vs. f Bill of Divorce. _

>Go. rustics, Com and Fancy Toilet Article Mod the Supreme Court, Chancellor or Judge of and guarantees them to be as durable, beau- Francis M. Lawrence, )

;. -:0-: cine Cllc.ts of all rizo,fitted up in complete this SUtc ineligible;: to cither} of thc offices of TALLAHASSEE, FLA.., June 12, 1860.I tiful and serviceable as can be put up North JT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court

itle with Pure MeJioinen.OTJX Justice of the Supreme Court, Chancellor or I hereby state that I purchased from E. L. or South. L by affidavit filed,that the defendant in this

\" variety of Goods required in this.A..R. *. STO03S1: Judge of this State, upon the ground that T. Blake, Es Of Drug, Medicin.'i, &c., embraces<< every article the is another and different tho encomiums be- him at either Monticello or
.. ET.:0 the and of tbs same office, station. chines. Judging from a note o ordered that a hearing be had the facts
required Physician, guaranteed upon
by '
10//) of honor and those members of family Madison Fla have tho work done, and timeto
first quality. Country Physicians! and Planters may or post ('m *taw J upon it by my charged i in said: Bill before the Judge of the
till" -: :- I rely on ha HOC their order filled b tke beet manner, [9th General \.sembl-Passed the Senate who understand the use of such things, I test it before paying for it.S3" Middle Circuit of tho State of Florida on tho .

.sq aIaJ tit the most reasonable. : : prices.March by the constitutional majority January 8, would suppose that said Machines cannot well : The best references given if desired. first Monday of October nest. It i ia further

:0: .b.illJI; ID]' ffi'.DJ)]) J 27, 1860. U 1859. Passed the House of Representatives be surpassed for simplicity of arrangementand December_25, 1858.. .. .5"2... ........ '-"" ordered, that a copy of this order be published
u bv the constitutional majority January 12, beautv of .v -' '
WHITE LEAD stitch.HUGH "DISSOLUTION.rpHE in the Floridian and Journal once & week
1u 1858.] A. CORLEY. for the of three months.
HEAVY\' DRY GOODS Zinc, Paints, Colors, &c. Co-Partnership heretofore: existing under space
L of the firm, has. Passed at Chambers this 29th day of June,
the undersigned
:J6ii2 WEharw just received and keep constantly 1 on AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the From Mrs. Mary L. Ball, Tallahassee. style A. D. 1860. i
for sale i en the most reasonable term, I 13th article of the Constitution of this State. I II I have been using for some time one of the been dissolved on the 30th of June last. All J. WAYLES
Goods French and! American Zinc Paints business of the late firms of HEIR & RUST, BAKER Judge.
Plantation English I
][ SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Stnatf, Mcoro Machines," and am satisfied: that it is Jesm20tb,186O.3m 27.
,Iu Boiled., and Raw Linseed Oil, Red Lead, I and House of Representatives of the State oe i of the best labor saving machines in use, and HEIR RUST & CO., will be settled by ..---.w,
) Litharge and. Patent Dryers, Verdigris Florida in General convened That !lone RUST &
"" Assembly and take pleasure in recommending it as MEAGHER.HEIR NOTICE.
1(1.Uu f-l\r.!' B' B'\'0"m's' Black Paint, Varnishes the ';th section of the 13th article of the Constitution I,I such. RUST". & CO. persons who have any demands against
/ ::... Venetian Red French i Tallahassee, July 20,1860.COPARTNERShIP.: ALL
50 -- of this State be so amended as to SUNRISE, JEFFERSON COUSTT, FLA, )t estate! of James W. Dabney, late of

2 and American read, all liabilities of such Banks shall be I I April 5th 18JO.( |r ;. Leon county, deceased. are called upon to
-ANDIB1OIDERIES Ochres, Lamp Black, payable in specie, and the aggregate of the I This is to certify that I have one of Moore's present them without delay, to the under
Whiting, Paris White, liabilities and issues of a Bank (exclusive of Patent Family Sewing Machines, which has TIlE business of the above firm will be car- signed administrator; of said estate ; and all

for T i1 .P fu G American mid Foreign Blue deposits) shall at no time exceed double t.he been in use eight months. It will sew from on as usual- at the old stand by the creditors, legatees and persons entitled to
.ADWI ft A gm Putty, Window Glass, Painters of its l stock in. I subscribers, who entoied into CoPartnershipon
.. "' amount capital paid the finest to the coarsest cloth. Is has done distribution, are notified that their claims and
ch, I Brushes, draining Combs, te., t&c, jtr., tt-t [9th General Assembly.-Passed the Senate -, all the sewing for the family and made all the the 1st instant. MEAGHER. demands will be barred at the expiration of

ith AND HOSIERY, -March-27, Ib60. AMES & LIVELY by the constitutional majority January 4, negro clothes-will! sew with any kind of RUST-& two years, unless exhibited within the same.
-- 21 1(360.
1859. Passed the House of Representatives thread. I can recommend the Machine to Tallahassee, July ( Those indebted to the estate are called upon

1. QUININE. by the constitutional majority January 10, : that wants one, as being as good for immediate payment, otherwise they
I any person may
:at, !KID@IJ; [}{]@[gASD 1000 Ounces Sulphate of Quinine. .1833.]. .I M any in use. ALFRED RAYSOR. indebted NOTICE.ALL to. the late firms of expect to be sued.
bought tbia article bfare the advance persons
It.ut Adra'r.July p
we are proj>f red to sc.il it on very rea- amended MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ALABAMA AT i- RUST, and HEIR, RUST &
AN ACT to amend the Constitution 7 1860. 23-8w -
sunable terra. To Physicians and parties in the in MOBILE. CO., will call and settle their accounts due on __ _
of Florida relation -
of the State
to ""- "" -'
""' trade who want a quantity for CASH,can buy of asa
A ) I January 1st, by cash or by notes. NOTICE.S
. 'fi low a* in any market North or South. the sessions of the General Assembly. Lectures will commence on the 14th *
ai1i.1 b JD ? M A AU ti: ,; Match 24, 1960. AMES & LIVELY. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sena'e TilE ber next. *? RUST & MEAGHER. months after the first publication of

Congress Water. and House Representatives of the State of II The success pf the school has induced the ,Tallahassee'.. .. .. ,,,July. ,-.r 21'","",1860" 30 this notice, the undersigned, administrvrix

aA.: S A FRESH SUPPLY, just received and for sale Florida in Genera Assembly convened, That State Legislature: to appropriate fifty thousand JUST JtECEIVED. : of the estate of J. I. 1.. Green, decease!,

r .fi: by AMES & LIVELY.. the members of the House of Representatives dollars towards. the enterprise. With CENTS FINE GOLD WATCHES, i late of Leon county, will present her final account -

:n. LC.A.PS March 27.1SCO.SUPERIOR shall be chosen by the qualified voters, this sum the Trustees have built one of the vT Ladies do do do and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of

and shall scnc for the term of two years largest and best appointed Medical Collegesin Gold Spectacles. Chatalain Chains, Probate of Leon( county and ask to be dia-:

Burning Flu.d; ,Camphene,Kerosene from ar J after the day of the first: election! the United States. Gold and Silver Pen and Pencil Cases, charged. ElCY GREEN, Adm'x. _

,)HL) CLOTHS & MATTING March 27.; far. sale by AMES: A LIVELY. I i iI under the amended Constitution, and no The Museum has been selected in every Silver Ware, June 30, 1860. 276m.NOTICE ._'

CORNICES & CURTAINS, longer anJ the sessions of the General Assembly part of Europe with the greatest care and is Plated do,

'Ih'ff' Ames & Lively shall be annual, and commence on rich in specimens to illustrate every depart Pocket Cutlery, hereby given that at the next session of

. !:l:: !3. fr! :, TILB I the 3d Monday of }November in each year, ment. Mctalic Fish Boba, &C., <&C. and for sale!! IS the General Assembly, application will be
,,. JlItS. tlTOULD call the al'.cntiou of the to die
public at sach ether times as be free the
or prescribedby three to
..iktk \ V foln'ir.g! list of may ,I There are large Hospitals low at MYERS & GORMAN'S.Tallahassee made for an alteration of, or amendment to
1 law. Students. July 21, 1860. 30 the Charter of the Pensacola and Geo. and the
) \ K AND OILS 1 CHOICE FLOWER SEED : SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the I The rooms for practical Anatomy will be Tallahassee Rail Road Companies.

: Lyrtmis < Lalceilocica, Rocket Larkespur Representatives shall be chosen on the first opened about the middle of October. BLACK-SMITHING! July28,
1 CnUndrina iU.coor, Svliizsuthus Pinatuv, Monday in October in each and every second '- [ undersigned has resumed work in town, i 0'N"J"= __
Them nrjia Aurantcca, Tbum'crl3I'tl'p'an.: ; year from and after the first election under FACULTY : TIlE has opened a Shop in the same build- I KOTICE.
GIlOCERIES Dotted Grove Lose, Rose: Sj l"J\'r PL.t, .
I.:.*r.it'g Prim Ilcse. Germin: Atc.*, the(. amended Constitution;; or on such other J. C. MOTT, M. I)., Professor of Sufgory. ing with Mr. I Lhn's Carriage Shop, oppositethe I SIX months after date, the undersigned will!
Af'K-ftO MarvgolJ, Virgin!i Stock day as may be diiectcd by law. J. F. HEUSTISS, M. D, Prof., of Anatomy. Exchange,where alfkinosof< : Blacksmithing his final account and roncheis to

Mignonute, lime > VisciJa, SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That the WM. ANDERSON) M. D, Prof of Physi- will be done with neatness and despatch.He the Judge of Probate of Leon county, and _
[F lliJa1fsu fhlox: Duramoi.Jii, CUM nilina C-ilectu, Senators shall l be chcscn by the qualified. oloirv and Pathology. can refer with confidence to those who 'apply for a final discharge from the administration

'd Enstinum Eve i lasting Pero.vokianuin; Pea, Argemone Djliclioj Labial:Mcxicana Albus, electors for the term of four years at the I GEO./..\. KETCHUM, M. D., Prof of Principles h: ve patronized him heretofore for the character on the estate of Mary M. Townsend,

-\ ... s-.iiiie time, in the same manner and in the I Medicine.F. of his work.. deceased bite of said
:\01aDAtripliir..li.: Convolvulus: Major, and Practice of county.
Fienoh I loi.ej suckle, CEnulliera Liutllejana, same places where they vote for members of. Materia Mcdica FRANCIS PAYNE. LYMAN
Puella! Xnliueuki, Papaver Papilio the House of Representatives! and no person and January 8, 1858. 2-tf March 10, 1860. Jl-6m
Pdcn..nt' Eve Therapeutics.F. ... .. _.. ... .. ....
Sweet Pea !shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, I -- -- - ---- .. .,
iDci -::0i :- E. GORDON, M. D.. Prof. of Obstetricsand
! Oran e Venus IVia:Brush Cnliu! :.Grandrf, a citizen cf the United States, and shall have FQF SALE NOTICE.
Diseases of Women and Children.J. .
Uriah Cschschultiia Cilifoinia,
Seal Itt: Writs Paint :
IIIre re : /iaryi/ aisttrtment of the above articles constantly I-lae Mixed Fox Glove Mind P..rtula=a, been an inhabitant of this State for two W. MALLET, l>rof. of Chemistry. PLANTATION' is JEFFERSON COUNTY ALL persons having claims or demands

c/i und and tellinj at the Gilia Capitata, Nigela IIi
JfamLinjr Larkspur, l'cr1kCandy' Tuft last year thereof a resident of the district or M. D.. Demonstrator: of A n\tlmY.: L Jen"crsci county. It consists of 1,000 late of Leon county, are requested to

]Lowest CASH Prices. I Srert Alycsum, .0\Job's raboldn.I : 1 ers. county for which he shall be chosen, and II. D. SCHMIDT, M. I), Prosecutor of Sur. acres of tine Cotton Land, C7C sore; ; cleared, present them, properly authenticated, to the
I Slcuartis Spcciosa Htliophylla shall have attained the age of twenty-live and of this 500 acres ire fresh. This tract I undersigned within the time prescribed: by
of the choice
12 most varieties.
Ta1Iah..p, June 19, i860. SO-lf An alan; boxes containing gery. law will be barred and all those .
or they
AMES & LIVELY. .vears. Address' W. II. ANDERSON, lies within 10 miles of the Pensacola and ; :n
GEO. WALTON KNIGHT--- March 6, IBM.: 11_ SEC. 4. Be it further enacted That theca July 14. 29-3in Dean of Faculty. Georgia Railroad, is well watered and adjoins 1 debtel will make payment immediately.
>sirication of Senators made at the first __ '1 I large body of good pine land abounding in I ROBERT HEUVAdm'r.. _
" TTOLXEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Fulton Foundry session of the General Assembly, held. in the MILES NASH & CU, the best of timber. Apply to July 14, I860. 29-8w '
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TALLAHASSEE FLA. 1845, shall continue unchanged, one- Tallahassee. I --- .
yearj GAMBLE
E. W.
t rOffice 5esr. Ames Jc LircK Drug Store( Dealers In Drags Medicines, &c. 'j
TALLAHASSEE shall be _
of whom _
half as nearly as possible, Way 26, 1860. 22' months after date the will
-iaI .May_I j ISCO._J'-1 Y JOHN CAnDY Proprietor. chosen hereafter: biennially for the term of JUST received from J ew York, per bark .. -, SIX his final accounts, undersigned and vouchers to

Ill- GEORGE S. COLLIXS, I: four years: Provided, however, and it is here- Gamble' a general assortment of articles -, iuCUARlSsONia' LINENS, DAMASKS the Judge of Probate of Leon
STEAM ENGINES from 6 to 33 horsepower by declared That the term of office of that in our line such as: Oils of almost every DIAPERS, &c. county, as cx-
llj. Utnrnt fc nstlI0r attain:\t officio administrator on the state of V. V.
., :: T ALL.\HA FSEr. FLORIDA. '}UiLt to orJ<.r. ofthc bc>t material and. class of Senators unexpired at the first! election kind, Burning Fluid, White Lead, Zinc and riONSUAIERS o.f Richardscn'-s!' Linens s, and Skrine, deceased, late of said county, and askto

trO.ffic. orer tire B- 'e Bad workm.nship, and is cheap as can be purcha under the amended Constitution, shall other paints Window Glass of best quality \J those desirous of oblaining the genuinegoods be discharged therefrom. _

j.r. r..b 2i.!I 1360. S : >ej in New York or any Northern city extend to and expire on the first Monday in Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Gel should see that the articles they pur- II. T. BLOCKER Fx-officio Adm'r
---- --- --- and laid down Florida. Castings for SawMills i hundred and atine, London Mustard, French Brandy (very firm .
MEDICAL NOTICE \ October, eighteen sixt/-two. chase:-.re sealed<<; with the full name of I April 7, 1860. 15-6m
DR. GEORGE BADGER Gin, Gearing, &C., &<\, constantly SEC. 5. Be itfurtfur enacted, That the first best) for medicinal'purposes, Spices, Pepper, I J. N. RICHARDSON N, SONS & OWDEN, -,".' ,._.._ -'"'" --"""" """" -J"___
. hand. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 inches in election for Assemblymen under this Consti- Leoion Syrup, Inks, Quinine, Peruvian Bark, NOTICE.SIX _
FFERS hi. ror lonil service to the citeas:
()) of TilUhtuee i> and ri surrounding country.tyOffice diameter always on hand or made to order. tution shall take place on the first Mondayin Fluid: Extract Buchu, fcc.. tc., and a general as a guarantee of the soundness and durability MONTHS after the fjrst publication of

at Use City Ilwicl.un Some beautiful patterns. of Iron Hailing for October, eighteen hundred and sixty, and assortment pf Popular Patent Medicines. We of the Goods.Tlis notice,the undersigned executor of

..) 5, l&eO. 21-lf grave yards, &-c. the first session of the General Assembly! keep none bnt the very best and hope to merit caution is rendered essentially neces- the last Will and testament of N. N. Branch.
---- -- ------ of inferior and defec-
J. Jobbing work of all descriptions executed under this amended Constitution shall commence your patronage sary as large quantities deceased, late of Leon county, will present
Fire Insurance with neatness and despatch. All orders addressed on the third Monday in November in MILES- NASH & CO. tive Linens' are prepared, season. after season his final account, as such executor, to the

S ite Fire and Marine Insurancs Co., to John Cardy, Tallahassee! Florida, the year eighteen: hundred and sixtyone.SEC. March 29, 18:>6. 18 and scaled with the name of Richardson, by Fudge of Probate of said county and ask tote
of tho
PENNSYLVANIA.N'SURE will be promptly attended to.SPECIAL 6. Be it further enacted, That the Irish Houses, who, regardless injury t> discharged. JOHN D. BRANCH. _
the American
. inflicted alike consumer
uTtrms Cash.JZ of the General shall not HONEY Sf LLOYD'SPATENT thus on 12 1860. 20-6m Executor.
] against loss by Fire on the uspal sessions Assembly and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods .May. __
-- in duration unless SOUTHERN -- ------- "-.r
L terms. F. II. FLAGG, Agent extend: over thirty days a will not readily abandon a business so profitable NOTICE.
Tallahassee, Dec. 18, 1858. 51 NOTICE. constitutional majority] of the members shall :E' JL. C> -V. be with _
while on
purchasers can Months after the first
purchased the interest of Joseph deem it expedient. No member shall receive publication of
SIX _ _
) I'. E. AVDERSOX. WM. II. )nLTO HAVING in the Fulton Foundry, as well as from the State for his services INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to use this PLQW. Goods of a worthless character. notice, the undersigned will present. _ _
pay ', sold by J. BULLOCKE & J. B. LOCKE, AgX _ _
the business his final account and vouchers to the '
Anderson & Milton all accounts due the concern, after the expiration of thirty days continuously Blacksmith. Judge'or
Church New
36 St
. will hereafter be conducted by me. Those from the commencement of the session. Probate of Leon county, as cxecntor of,the. ;
. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, forward and settle Tallahassee, May 12, 1S60.: 20 Sept. 24, 1859. 39-ly estate of A. L. Fisher, deceased, late of said
.. indebted will please come SEC. 7. Be further enact d, That the act ,, ,,- '. _ _
AND8OLICITORS their. accounts. JOHN CARDY.. entitled an act to amend the Constitution of OOfO/-"J\fO.r r county, and ask to be discharged. .

IN EQUITY January 7, 18CO. 2-1y" this State, sp &s to make the sessions of the Sulphur Springs, New Goods.0 ALFRED A. FISHER, Ex'tr.. _
Martanna Jacltion
. COllntyl'.llJ. General Assembly biennial instead of annual, NEW PORT, FLORIDA. ..,..,April. .28, 1860. 18-6m "-
[IT.\YE formed a co-partnership in the prac- House. -0- _
, ][ltice of Law, and will attend with fidelity Scriven be and the same is hereby abrogated and annulled Tl RS. L. A. MADDEN respectfully informs INDUCEMENT.0 NOTICR -_ _

Llllj.promptness to any business entrusted toIt'lr SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.1IFR.s. I ,so far as the same is inconsstent: withtheprpvisionspfthis llL her friend and the public who may de- months after the first publication of this

. t care in the Circuit, Courts of Jackson, / S. B. FOLEY, l'roprietreBS.-This r.. 0.0 TT aeLrasseu .. ... _L" 1. ?ire to visit the SULPHUR SPRINGS for BEd leave respectfully to draw the attention SIX the undersigned executor of the _
j [. tne Jionse 01 itcpreseaiauvcs: py health pr pleasure, that she has had the "Wa- _L of the citizens of Tallahassee and adjoining -
Monument last Will and
franklin, Calhoun and Washington ; in the Iu_ and elegant Hotel, fronting / testament Archibald Graham,
new _
constitutional Januaty 15,1859.
the majority
jI iuprcme Court at Marianne, and in the Uni- Sauare. is now in complete order, and the constititional kulla HOTEL put in good order, and is prepared counties to the fact that I am now in deceased, late of Leon county, will: I present .
Passed the Senate ma- _
by __
with Board and ____
them _
accommodate _
I w and the to possession of a complete and well assorted his final such
( States! District Court at Tallahassee ; to accommodate in fine style traveling account as executor,to the Judge'
ready jority January 15, 1859.] table will be with _ _
Her '
\i j'a1athko1a.: Lodging. supplied SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK, Probate ofasid county and ask to be dis _
February 4 1860. 6 and airy,and the Table the best the market affords including FRESH COMPRISING OF charged. W. G. PONDER, Ex'trl: .
__ The Rooms are large SECRETARY STATE )
South. OF THE FISH. The Bath House at the upper spring Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Fan-
} 28 1860.
.. Hotel North or April 16-6m
D PAPY. I1C01I: AECUXR.PAPY fully equal to any Tallahassee March 19th, 1860. f _
four horse Omnibus is always is in fine condition for bathing, and has given cy Goods, Straw and Millinery Goods, _
r & ARCHER FEELY,8 splendid I hereby certify the foregoing acts entitled satisfaction to all who may have visited the Groceries and Wooden Ware, NOTICE. 4%

ATTORNEYS AT LAW to ,at the passengers Depot and to and Steamboat from the Landings House,, "An Act to the amend Constitution the 8th secton of be of State the 6th of Springs this season. 29 July 14, 1860. Watches and Jewelry, &c, SIX! MONTHS? after f) date the undcrsigne: 1 ___________
carry article of her final
Tallahassee Florida. which I offer at astonishing low prices. present accounts and Vouch
1 at half tM usual rates. Florida" "An Act to amend the 7tli section FOR SALE.
Grateful for the liberal! hereto ers to the Judge of Probate of '
July 9, 1859. 2$ June 23 I860. 26-3m article of the Constitution of this patronage county, j _______
of the 13th ___
mIlE PLANTATION known as "Da Soto, fore bestowed upon me I respectfully solicit a as executrix on the estate of Lewis'T:, Holla-
\VM.: H. MCDONALD) & CO'S., VALUABLE: PLANTATION IN. LEON. State," "An Act to amend the amended Constitution JL lying three miles East of Tallahassee. It continuance of the same, and invite th'a pub day, deceased, late of said'cotixitvTand: ask to

?totttisiBg aito tfirmmissura Jiww, i FOR SALE. of the State of Florida in nlatipn be to true the consists of 600 acres cleared land and 240 in lie to call and give us a trial. Rcspetfully; be"discharged therefrom. -* .. '.- "
sessions of the GeneralAssembly,9: to timber. LAWRENCE LETmA G. _____
NO 102 NASSAU STREET, Plantation known as the WhiUter and correct.copies of the original acts on file '. _
; New << &c. Apply to 14 1860. July 21, 1860. ;3O-6n I '
TIlE }quarters April J6
land lies _
X.AJvertibements for sale. The ______
MEW TO is offered in this' office..
C. B. GAMBLE, -- p ..............
will be received as above, about 8 miles North of Tallahassee, and consists "Witnesfr my official signature, T. J. PERKINS. NOTICE. NOTICE.Q1IX -
1\1' publication in tLU paper. of 2,280 acres of as good Cotton Landas 1 F. L. VILLEPIGUE, Tallahassee 26 1860. 22 will be made at the next MONTHS
and May after da> the
Aug. The dwellings undersigned _
20, 1859. 34 there is in Florida. Secretary of State. APPLICATION
General Assembly of the I O will her final
account and vouchers ,
condition and are present
in fine 24 1860. 13 6m
A IPLIcATION will be made to the next other buildings are is offered'for March NOTICE.APPLICATION State of Florida for a Charter a Railroad to Jhe Judge of Probate of WakuD eonn-

it. *!>Mon of the General Assembly of this unusually good. The property the heirs. Fo particulars FOR SALE will be made to the next commencing at some point on the Golf at or ty, as administratrix on the estate of Jesse

state tor a Charter of a Rail Road from the sale for division among rJ1HB HOUSE AND LOT ON MONROE General Assembly of this or between Dner Harbor and Apalachicola to Wiggins, deceased late of said county and

tbt"Mm of Tampa Bay or Charlotte Harbor to ,IL apply WHTTAKER tQ WtfttO.orE. .. JL Street, no*, occupied by P. B. Brokaw, State for a Charter for a Railroad.from the conned with the Pen.& Gco. R. R or in the ask to l>e diachargecL'f ;

( 'atm. of the St Johns River, at or near L. TIIUefl Esq. D. B. MEGINNISS. waters of the St. Johns to Indian River. direction of Tallahassee. ANN WIGGINS, idm'x..
'*1. -Ic-biip. 22-tf May 5, I860. 19 July 21, I860. 30 July 28,1860. 31 July 21, 1860. 30-'BE -" ..
}j'I 26 1860. ;
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I ; & Hell nnd T.vcrelf Club. forcementcf the l Jaws, and that thus, ?o far is Gen. Call. I of the Union, a recognition of :the rights of ftfr. Bell's Retort. --

Jtorfoian |ffunial.T mrnU U>li lire, inoouoc ntlliCrzH: il.at by M.j.the Committ Gin. T. \VA* of n Arnnt-will 1drrm \ they canism dcclare'their and Constitutiaml principles.Unionism Black Rep'ib'i-amount! This distinguished gentleman! has addressed I the South in the Union or an unconstitutional -\ The following: extracts arc taken !"rea 1

.", ,, ----.--."--- -.. - ,--. tho (Tt>ib on n'xt Monday evening S7th inst.ve .. .I to one-and the same tking. lie sail: to the a letter to the Editors of the Sentinel, in surrender of tho South to the rule of t letter written by John Bell on the 25ti
0 4 A L L .\ H A 3 9 \ bf-pplak r..r the J..rahrRe'.odience.SeAlitteZIt '
E :
r. Northern fanaticism.We .
r. __- Constitutional Union men t that they need not which he says: I July, 1960,:in answer to J. W. EchoU j.others .
I i is said that Major Ward will
8ATURPAY, AUGUrr 25th. I8CT5. I accompany: rejoice.over the disunion r>f the Democratic( Mee-ti. EDITOIS-I had desired not to kan active -S I have, as briefly n po&aible, given'the I a 'Grttumhtee appointed to ill-.,
. -- --- Gen.: Hopkins on his way West: as. far as that need conclude tint j>arf in he canvas and find, To
=--= ;: : party ; they not ft present regret II evidence which Gen. Call demands: of us. him by the Contention at Sebaa. Alasr:
DEMOCRATIC I Jackson where it i is tl:: IheEditor. of ike Floridian & Journal to relieve : :,
: N 0)1"l W\e.. county. supposed General permanent division had occurro-l-this was caadidatea from the charge of dis- our minds it w sufficient. But if we have which nominated the tikvt .
UlfBwdtinricg. 1edora
FORPiTDENT. II..will ra 'ct, :lib fri Utt Co! Myrict, who will \ all a mistake; that in 1844 the Van Duronfj uHin. hate thought It r.ecrssr.ry to pl 1ace me in the Jen. Call' language, let him State for Bell and .Ererett :t

with him through! the AVesl. Onr pcmocratic <*toi split; : off from (he Democracy and oc I II "re category. In their issue "of tho llth nstit ifiharged miscon.true
HON. JOHN 'c. rrItErKINRIPGf[ go cupcd; in some measure a position similar to thai I advocate immediate scces-aon from say so, and we will cheerfully correct our "I determined to postpone any answer

1 : 1I-tTVOtY... friends rein hopes that Mr. Oo'rrie I I th'at! assumed by Douglas men ; that the pjirj tbc Union in the event of the pIp,lion of Mr IJn-. statements.WM. til :collection or compilation! could V, ttlT j.of
; will meet (, ip Tallahassee if cole,. without waiting for < ;"a action a- such of
: ; en. Hopkins ; rot I ty after this-dlffcrejrce-miitod; again:unon.coft' anjr"sg jresi --5)1. my Ftc1S etc.or of /

FOR VICE PRESIDENTGE.V. :' here, at 1'a..t.before. he reaches Jack on | rivt principles and so would the,'now ivTJeu, .'C di*mat lnct! the from S..Ib.them of"Now big, I charge.require proof clear and 11.! SKWAUI) 1:BOSTON. from them as \.o sufficiently ; tt,o,

JOSEPH LANE county. Mr. Gorrie has already done good 1 Democracy unite a nm in strength a'ud fhAwein \" Our Breckinridce friend prefect( to be .,'re con- Mr. Seward got on his: hi., Ii horse at Bos. course and exub.t the views and pnn-n;;
.I the future. Ot Everett Le said o Klmctionisii\ but do not hesitate to violate their prin heretofore expressed on the principal: scbi'
f Of OICGOK.PRESIDENTIAL service in the West for the Democracy, hating ton. His prediction of Linluu.! !success are o.iof
.cipe when it promotes the interest of their pirty. enqiry in the letters addressed to jte'a
. -0- mvle some telling speeches, and now that OBJECTIONS TO !. DOrCLAS. and the UtUnde they lake in oonstring the Ijngaagei.id magnificent. He promises him SJ.00 majority specially on the subject of slavery ;:

' ,1 Foa ELECTORS t8 : he has his band in-wiil make, no donbt, more Gen. )1 spoke highly of Douglas" talents action of those opposed to them i is without paall in the-State of New and the same *. I believed that would be more ti f
H.lttGEO.. w. CALL of"Xstcliau.Jo'lidJleJ. as a 6tate nan and l.n ;orlt: Jr. >and praised l kilt any..oiher party. York ful well
( effective ones. TJiave never at any time, nor for advocated thing substantially in : to all the free a? as more satisfactory to yoat".V
, any purpose
r ANDERSON him who in the rpt J lma'I.
of as one strugrkdmnanfalyfor with
S di union. I have regarded it as a company my answer aa VxpovJ i ,
. W'cstJ.. Y. : -0- He political States. He also gives notice that .with this v
GORRlE of Franklin. the South. objected to Mr. heresy :paradox which has a'ways' been dissipated : of my past course, inasmuch as the only .
FOR ALTERNATES : We were not present last Saturday evening Douglas, because. in his Free-part( fpeach he when lrolgl in contact with constitutional !n,and victory comes the end of the power of slavery i ply I could make to all,sch letters wonJdk ft.i

,. RailJ uUS GliTTIR of at the first meeting of the Breckinridge had: given his approval to a doctrine which r ia the United States," and that the lat I but little more than a reference to < ccsavtciitly
I "illboroughW. violated the constitutional rights of the citizens Now, these are sweeping charges whichGen. in the United States l.orn.- with the I
.1 If. MiTciiEtt, of .Vadisou! and Lane Club, but understand that Jud.je Democrat ; u position occupy \L 'frri\.

JVcst -DILLAN JORDAN, of EscamVa.too. A. L. WOODWARD made the opening address, -inco of this the several Mr.State D., and has because ever Call makes in the second paragraph of But we will let him blow! his own horn : I public."

i ASSISTANTS : which we'hare heard spoken of in the highest and speech maintained the position persistentlyasserted which this extract, but as we do not wish, to enter It is twenty-two years ago. not far from The public are respectfully reipust. :.,

. East -E. M. GRAHAM, of Levy. term We exceedingly regret that circumstances he then assumed" ; that Mr. Douglas deniesour itto a controversy with him, we f.hal not this Rt-MOii, when! :distinguished! and venerable examine: the following specimen's ,.r' tin I1.i: :

J. L. TATC-M, of Monroe.BRADFORD ; presented tilt from hearing the! Judge, constitutional righ's! and! therefore !Iul stop to contro"cr them. Gen. Call says hed statesman of Ia-Fad lsett ln retiredto cal opinions of John Pell, and e\tra, .x jr. ,r.a
/ -RioiuR* of Madison. not be supported. :d not desire to take an active part in the his home, a few luilcs in the suburbs of those speeches so ostentttiously retertti' I
told that missed
Ir11 for we arc we a good treat 9as
-ISALC WELCH city, under the censure of his ftdow-cit-!
of your
Walton.Ill .
ERECKIMtlDCE AJTD Now it of his .
I LANE. present canvass. was our paragraph evidences present opinu!
----0- izen.s, driven home to his quarters by the pelting
? MILTON arrived in I Iii speaking of our candidates for Presidentand of the llth inst. that induced Gen. C. to takean
FOR GOVERNORt : t-en.! Tallaha see of remorseless prot\
( JOElN: XL-rO r on Tuesday last t, and addnrocd a meeting at t. Vine President of the United States, Gen. "active part" in the meeting of the Constitutional younger lien, of course, than I au now mxde TRADE IX TilE rlTRICT OF COtl MSl vIu .
tI Milton stated that he met at the thrci-h-
', or JACK "! the la,t. On I was Union party held in Tallahassee a pilgrimage! from my 0,1 "jocu-, which was
Capitol on Wednesday evening
the discussion: this .
hold by the charge 'It. disunionum from the molested upon bill Nfr l R,
: not 0 : to ofQuincv [
in June last ? Did of the 11thinst. y war, t1c Sage i
Thursday afternoon he left here in the our paragraph
cars '
FOR other Iu this he referred
reply to to himself: the
T CONGRESS party. record
((a: :. ,) there to Ilr from him placed upon *v n< tu lea ono
t x; B. XXIINVt : -, to meet Gen. Hopkins at Madison ou Friday,, the record of Breckinridge, to the principles I induce him to attend the Quincy Convention wl it i-e.-r.luC au citizen of the United! States, doubt whatever as to his sentiment*.
LEON COCKTT.IEQ.V and Monticcllo I on to-day. Thence he proceeds which he (Breckinridgc) now held and which and take "an active part" iu the d'-. I iu view of the:deplorable condition of the intelligence only the suppression of the slave .
.1 .. I' upon tf3..
.. L : .OOUSTY -mfl't------------ to(he East, to fill his appointments.- ho always ha asertud with regard t.& t liberations of that body. .Ilia havir.'; done i and sentiment of the country under but the abolition of slavery in the Di'triColtnilmia. .
A TIO S. subject; he stated that he himself was a ,,
General Milton is in health and so made his acts and ys demoralization by the power of slavery.And .-
1 good seems I ("nion man now and t had alwr.ys been so, and spcccnes public pro S it there I received, and thence I have derived In the discussion of the b.j r.

: I 3'raft. B.6TATE SENATOR : confident of suc'c b3. lie regrets. that Gen'lHopkins' I that to support UrecinriJgl aud Lane and perty, 3*$ the Flvridian: has a right to comment every resolution every sentiment, that suppress the slave trade in the Patriot it

z: BROKAW._ _. and his own appointments did not the principles embrcetl il Dcmnccratzplatform ::\I upon them a such, without laying has animated and inspired me in the performance Columbia (one of the Compromise menu .,

t FOR -ASSEMCLTMEK : permit them to travel together though the was the best means of securing._ "tC itself liable to the charge of dragging Gen'l L of my duty 'a citizen of the United on the 14th September, 1350, Mr. Cd) 1-1'

:. B. GAL State. .Union in the future" Call from his desired silence. States all this time. I know, indeed, that
{ AVINI. HAITlT, [I J. J. WILLIAMS, That the Democracy of thfc! S.'mth, its leaders I unnecessarily those sentiments have not always been popu- [See Appendix to the Congressionalvol. \.iM
Dr. A. But Gen. Call demands of the proof ol four I
COLE and statesmen all! u 22, 1CC8.]
''i Gen'l Milton's Speech on Wednesday 'roclaimn their attachment 1 ir, even in the Stat of as'achuset. I page
r to the Union. this the assertion, and we will give it. well I ""With to the constitutional
THE FLORIDIAN for Etcning. Tat was only know that citizens Ias"achuse1t, as. regard p\JWtt
? the CAMPAIGN, party v.uich. could ? the Union in the1futur Lat winter Gen. Call published a number citizens of other States, have attempted to of Congress over this subject, I vvoul'lthat \
We a
will absent from the
send the Floridian for the Cam Being necessarily meeting. j \upon an honorable basis ; tbat by ap- of letters in reply to one received by him I drive the disciples of that illustrious ttacher the only doubt I have of the existence

five pign month, which will embrace a period of about of the Brcckinridg; and Lane Club, caHtd! on L II I pealing to Northern men, their sense of justice from a correspondent in New York, urging from their policy. But it ia to-night that I of the power cither to suppress the slave tfl'for

t t at the follow" reduced rates- Wednesday evening, for the purpose of affording 1- and right, we can bring abut a correct : am free to confCs that whenever any man, to abolish slavery in this District w in.
bvely him Mr. Scward"s claims for thc
sufficient to r muner"te us for the Gtn. Milton an opportunity of addressing public sentiment, get an acknowledgment of to support wherever he might be found, whether he was spired by the respect I have for the opinion

expense : the of our constitutional rights and secure an honorable Presidency and holding) out certara inducements of Northern or Southern birth, whether he of so many distinguished and eminent tncn.
To people Tallahassee indebted
,U a Club of 3, to the tame port-office. *2 we are to and equal union in the future. He for him to do so. Gen Call indignantly was of the solid men of Boston" or of the both in and out of Congress, who hold tat

p I". 5." .. 3 a friend for the following report of his re- stated that it was the duty of our Southernmen rejected the proposition. I his first L light men of Mississippi, have assailed! me for Congress has no such power. Reading tit

.' II U t. marks ;ip.>n that o*ca>ioi : to support Breckinridge and Lane. 'Be- the maintenance of those doctrines! I have Constitu i jn for myself, I believe that Congress
letter, in the Floridian of the 8d I
j 44 10, I. i, '- Geu'I M. commenced by niuntiouing tin- cause they asserted plainly and openly the published sought to commune with h's spirt: and to has all the power over the subject a

- And tft., ,, In parties in the field, tlx.-ir candidates and the obligation on the part of government to protect December last, he holds th following language learn from him whether the thins in which 1 this District which the States have: "ilhilt

to R single subscriber *'c will send un. principles winch: they lJlaillt:n J. lie first 1 I the property of its citizens, and main- : was was well and worthily done.- their respective jurisdiction. *

til the first of Januarv for j alluded to the j,).:itio'n o( tic Black Kepubli- i tamed that property in slaves. was a constitui "You say, Seward 'is net :fool? This' I \ engage 1 commentary upon the wis.tol &! But, however great my respect may be f fur

: *order? 3re rash mUt invariably accompanythe I I can }pmty, stating that the late hrx'cch of f i I tonal right because the South should .prc- believe but he is worse-he is a knave lie man is given in this single fact, that fifteen the opinions of others on the question U

-or the- Jml r trty/ not he tenf._! Win. II. Seward ani the past record of the m : au unbroken front when questions..of has paid that which no man of sense can behero years only after the death of John QjinoyAdams power, there are some considerations of nuihiyh

I. party demonstrated that their desire and de- I such importance are iu\'oh'cJ that all her influence : and he has said it for the most wicked tne people of the United States, who account as, in judgment, to iaal-ra

To Ibc I'alrcns o11be FTo7rdian& Jour"aal I maud was tbs entire nbolitic'i O61af'dboth, 1 in such an be exerted in 'I I and unhallowed puroscto excite the Xorth hurled him from power and from place! are desirable that unless by common consent tit

and Postmasters.' in the Sh'les ami in t/ic Territories. In commenting H favor of the rights of the citizens of the! sev'I against the Sfuth. is the man you calling to the head of the nation, to the v< r.: project f abolition shall be wholly giteutp

:RtH- !.,,, of the UOOK. of the clotL .hmcnr, I upon this pashion of tl.c Black Republican era States of the 1 And becanse upon I would make President of the United States seat from which he was expelled, Abraham and abandoned, THE REMSAXT OF SIAVIMEXISTIVG

every.vero thuusjnJs cviJtnCe.IfindehIeineu due i. de.troved Thre party: he stated that besides the questions Douglas and Bell are both may become President or Emperor of the Lincoln, (enthusiastic cheers,) whos lain to IX THE DISTRICT SHOULD BE ABOlISHED -

TIM.- If dl! :, were o.-th"in our hud hv.d.e3rnj'g. of InllDy great !h!,. property and the violation of f uncertain and unsound, while Breckinridgeand ''le division of onr unhappy country, that seat is that he confesses the obigatonof AT OXCE ; at the present moment, boy.

.- without my great .ne{".v '$1KWe! ; i at we we c uld g J on !, O'it constitntional 1 rights which must precede Lane had taken a firm,open position with b well assured, Sir, n"1. If. Seward that Higher Law (applause) which the ever the excited stale of public sentiment in
..,,t no account \Ve can pre. the f this ilrfrc to them. win the destinies Ills and that he the South growing out of territorial .
rely *,je in this! hIlltr f. 1 success i> principle, would result regard never preside over of Sage Quincy proclaimed, avows quotient
: the recollection of those. who are ? J"Ltor.Yi1U": I I a social revolution which would] change General M. closed l>y an appeal to Southern Southern Slate of the .1mlc.r oifsderacy. I himself for weal cr woe, for life or death, a may seem to forbid such a course. For
: 'Gllittallce.hey, and may we reniPt. .lull be cou.derc: a rQJ lC II every relation which we now, Southern men to support that ticket which was You may regard this a a fact not to be soldier on the silO of freedom in the irrepressible myself "the sentiment ctf the adjacent Stac!

hay.! 5url:11 1M.) 'rp4al IS a to lame IUl'lI1, c..C to r"sponJ witbout men, sustain to each other, and which would most likely to defeat the abolition hosts of doubted or controverted. This I firmly "believe conflict between freedom and slavery. and the South generally were less inflamedI

.lcJi"tierlt patrons may Le Ihu apPl.IlleJ III ethers. when change our present pro"perity to degradation I the North, and to secure to u in the future to be the fixed opinion and irrevocable (Prolonged cheering.) WOULD PREfERTHAT COURSE TO KEETIXO i IT
I ..w..osld be gl.! if PO-l.m3'5ter. .ouIJ (uroit. I' and slavery in the future. That the success I the union and our rights. I have thus at- determination of the whole South. The This, gentlemen, is my simple confession. .\: OPEN QvESTIOL"

.., ati.jtg.rbcr"itl. a :i.t lfn'l"'ri! .at thdr rIetjve uli.e5: of this piinciple wotiM result in tnaJir g elites I tempted to give you synopsis of this speech. has long been exhausted-there argttnt I desire now only to say to you that you have "/ would be glad to see all cause cf Jitur'.

L own hilmu, ";Ih(houis.iyes% ) If" ntt.d 10 .er.d their I 7ffrf and 'f.nnsreoinei-ou'd Lc such a lIt may be in some respects iec rrect. Afterlicarirg division of OpilOI ant there i is therefore no arrived at the last stage of this conflict before ance and contention in the District wholly nmoved -

I t''IIIft'net"lltltt .r Ier t.1..r dt.s as 10 the time .r f re\olution:: a.-, to reverse the relative! jo it'on I it, I fed that the Democracy of Flor- ('x '.itcrent is 2 portentous calm pervading you reach the triumph which is to inaugurate ; but let me say that this; can never

t dc. Ih\)' may lf1CtJ": CI, SUhllCrijttiOlu.r L" III tO U.;, C.lIIDU./1... pa iJ S, now occupied I by the two races. That such a i I ida lmr.vc in Gen.lilton J an able! leader, and all parties and classes of men, but it this great policy! into the Government of be done by the abolition of slavery, unless .'t

r?. t'ur Ihe pfesent oac or U>ih of the ditor r.o cf the roult' woalJ follow! he ai.1! ? 1 was evident, bccause'all [that the people of Florida will be poor judges) !! i-> the calm whiJi precedes the_ hurricane thCtutc.IStntes.: (Cheers.) You will bear be accompanied by some a.teq".t. r-"M.

I1Dridi411 will. be fou..J at the 5 ,|.-d QfficV LUtun( demonstrated that there inns t!iof siK-h matters if they do not decide!! t that he j jj i it i-i the repose.which precedes convulsion, youlch-es I behooves YOl.lo1d i i for the removal or'the effective control of the

'- --- I be per.uiis to' do slave 'labor and perform j is fully worthy and competent to fill the Ex-1 I I and the election of a President on sectional mIll of Boston if you arc here-((a \'oieeI !I slaves after they shall be emancipated. With
Political Ai1Tflietu1iuaigg.jipuiuign.01 nte.: menial service. and if this labor was not dune '. ecutive ( hair:: fur four years succeeding the ii j jj i grounds pledged to carry out the principles They are,") and"if the solid men are net.': this qualification, an>l in oreo to test the d<-

., .on hate betn rn. dr for I by Africans it must be by whites ; that we j i 4th March iie\L %.*. !!i ot the Black Republican! party, win produce i I ', then the lighter men of Massachusetts: I It I termination of the North in regard to any
Jnlt by M"w.ra. ALLES and IIILTO would thu hate which but the forward first in the : fanh-rand cortinnciJaijirrcssion SontlI -
while d
fur Conj'cts I involuntary labor in -- I II. a fctorm none Almighly power ( V.ir Miwirl &r j; upon

J t L'\C.leUe coauty. at C. H., MonJar \ogus1 27 I I. exchange for the slave 'labor which we now I The Iemocraticpartyisnot i a proslaveryparty. I can abate until it shall have rent asunder rank the flag of freedom. (Cl.eNs) i j I I ern feelings and the security of Southern prfi -

Madi51)D Hamilton 0' at J3'pcr"t"duudty hate: ; that while voluntary labor was honor ." "I am connected with no party that I every ligament of our glorious Union." am somewhat turned .Loat I confess to I j i r pcrty, I WOULD BE CONTEXT TO SEE HLAVIII

al C. II, 1 borNJ"y" :0 able, involuntary or sla-e"laLor was degrad | In this letter the Florllian you, by the strange : dialects to ix TilE DISTRICT ABOLISHED TO-DAT. In ore
(: $ T.JI..r\lontc'l1o: JdTel'5 Of lit C. It H Satur.ja. S'J.Iemkr 1 ing. Firemen in the South should never degrade j Illa* {v its object the extension of tlanry.I made the publishing following editorial remarks which I listen here, (laughter ;) but I believe I t aspect of the subject, I am not sure that ;it

I.L.a' \ticooukie, Lct.n "UUI.t \1..nJlj, 3 it by selling their principles with their I These quotations, from spceche.-Jof: Mr. Breck : I shall speak :accurately i I say I have been would not be A GREAT CONSERVATIVE MEV-

Cenlr.i'le. ), Tu..J.J. ". 4 Jabor.After. I inridge, are paraded before the country iui Indeed so prominent has been the peculiarity -I down East ;" and I bring you the assurance ritE, both as regards the Union and the u- .
I U'.lnraJoI
b. 5 of his character that he has been "
.flaha3e., .. thus the of Lincoln generally from that that the whole East is terests of the South.
IViJ.iy 7 stating position i order to lea e the impression that he is unbound quarter cotnincj -
; "N'ew.ulteeuah. J-8,riol. SaturdayFr.d '. 8 and his supporters and alluding to their looked upon a one who regarded dissolution tip to this conflict with the resolution, the "I believe that a gradual and prorressi\
Port this vital The -.
t! 'one-.r.i", Wakul4i :1'm.J.l 44 10 strength and power, he a ked the question, ,: upon fuction opposition I II as utterly impossible, for alrOt any determination, and the confidence x>f victory. amelioration in the condition of the dares if

.4. (1Ji&cy, C.d.iJ"'I"I. W..dlJ..ad.J" 12 Is not this an issue which the people of the press dare not :assert that J such a pm.itionis conceivable cause; and in view of this it need ((Applause.) I should! not allude to my own I II I! the South, such as took place in the progresot _

I K "hatlahootLec, .4 11Iurr-dOJY", 13 South should meet, and meet now, boldly aud 'I i a logical deduction from such premises, but \i not be matter of surprise that the South is I State if it were r.ot that some Democrats I !; Roman civilization in softening the rigrr, '

I RidJeynille, Libt'rI1" S.taldJY! U 15 squarely T Gen M. then stated that if this !I throw out the bait hoping to gull some one (I stirred to her profoundest depths such have heard make strong claims upon the popular I j of the servile population, would, before no'l
.' ; All the I defender and advocate of the Union Gen.
ppcf. in theJ MtJJlc .Dtriei; nvaf'f] COP was au i:snc which should be met, and of mind and Head the i t[ a a vote in the State of New York. I have have marked the legislation of the Southern
--- -- I simple judgment. is forced, by the alarming! doctrines States this but for the officior
this could that Cal I therefore
'I none doubt Breckinridge and not often been mistaknnr venture upon ,
.DEIOCRATICrI.OInJEXTS.. Lane and their party was the only party; that I (!quotations and see if there is an)thing objectionable preached by Northern politicians and es- to remar 3 (laughter intervention of Northern fanaticism. I allnJe

( (]CU. Joux MILTON, Democratic candidate 'r Governors will addre- his follow-citizens that is I teachings of Seward and which teachings I. of families the of husband aDd .
that the |
; port ; supporters of Breckinridge 1 any party exclusively a proslaveryparty sic to the Republicans of Maine when they separation
Jackfconvillr Ak the: followmg thnes and places : !{ and Lane were the only ones who joined in : I lOur party has, not for its object the /' hate so recently had their exemplification on told inc that it was moderate enough to say wife, parent and child, either"by volnntart I
; 'Vc nesdaAnglJst l bold the soil of Virginia, to contemplate the consequences furLincoln act of the master or by judicial : At
29 open, dhcct and conflict with the Black 1 that they have twenty thousand majority process
-t. Augustine.' extension of neither its restriction, i iI j jI his section of Black lie-
Friday sla\e to own a right of the slave under certain circumttanett,
31 Republicans upon the question of governmental and llaiulin, but that they had some ,
.t. JolusLy: Mond'ay, September 3 protection to the rights of propert I' but we want the people of a territory, when i i publican victory in the election of 1860, and uneasiness about the Stato of New York-that and with proper limitations, to choose amv

r' Lnterpri.se, TiicvJav, 4 and the constitutional acknowledgment of i aright : they form their State Con\titutiol, to decide I tim proclaim in advance as the irrevocable they might tt down thei.-Jmnjority;: in Maineat t master, and to pass to him at an appra'std L
Orlando determination of the South' that
Thursdav, 6 of property in slaves. l: the question for themselves. We wish to i i 'William their own figure, rind then inuiiilpy it by value. I verily believe that these imprort-
Wiepuckxa.-, Satui-dav II. Seward will never preside over the Southern I
4' 8 meals in the condition of the slave would!
OBJECTIONS TO ItELL AXD E'\"ERJ.TT-TIIEIn. force upon no persons, but let '" four, and they ,.d. approximate majority -
s1M-er' States of this confederacy.
TzLII1ia! : .. Monda; ; 10 I I'RItClrus, tc'. be the whether not will tM"1 iu the Stat\ (f New York. J(IMudI have been effected or in progress years sgo,
judges or they
JJrWI.e..nll.Yc 0 cs.hr* 12 I If we were wrong in our article! of the cheers and i-rics of (;ood !") nut 1 have i I in manyif; not all, of the sums State, but
Under this head he stated that Mr. Bell although -
umplcrville, lish the institution. We the "
1 Thursday! repose upon for this at tb North.
Ocala, 13 lie might be an honest and able states llth, we 'cre also wrong in our comments the same torinnny to gito }ou substantially I judged agitation
Saturday, 1M 15 great conservative idea that the common territories in relation to all the free States together, What think you, slave-owners, of say of
PalatLa man,yet that he rettainly uasan erratic politician -, on his letter published in the Floridian Qf
Orange,Creek, Monday Tuesday.Wednesday,. 17 : ; that he was not wife in trying times; ;,,'' arc open alike to the settlement of the 3d December last. Why did not Gen'JCal with the nsltan e that for he first time, this I your slaves having the right to choose a new

.Micanopy, it 18!n that he spo\e one way and voted another; all sections, and we desire their inhabitants, correct us then, instead ot waiting until banner w 11 bo unfurled in safety in many of master, and you being compelled to seDan at

Gainesville, Thursday, 20 that he coul rotor Uti'iit.Iy, with his rrcord, !;I at the proper time, t decide the question for the middle of the slave States.But appraised value, to be fixed by othenfJ:
:. an exciting political campaign 1 let not thoughts or expectations *
tuke which rioird if5,. 1;. ha, h-it a few days ago theuiacltcs. We neither your
are The "certain circumstances and the
r- Friday, 21 said, will determine his principles as well as I Ibis a prol1M'ery Besides, Gen. Call owed it to those gentlemen be confined to the present hour. I tell you,
ct.y II or'r
Satnrday c. 22 nor an aw/i-slavery but wish to limitations" would bo made to
paTty, secure that with this always
All : action in tin future, veto a bill abolishing | who are now acting with him correct the feUow-itizens victory comes
I a tend anti Opposition Speakers ai iD.itc.l to atBrecklnridge slavery in the District of Columbia, or a bill .i equal aud exact justice to all sections. Is impression which had been made t themas the end of the power of slavery the United der when a discontented slave and coretow II
participate in discntsson.tT upon
j Gcn 1hLTOii' prohibiting slavery in the territories, because, there anything objectionable in this broad, States. (Cheers.) I think I may assume neighbor chose to conspire to rob you ot

(. Chaltahoochee will address the citizens I judging from this record to which he referred: comprehensive, constitutional position \ It i wcl a ns. that a Democrat is a man who maintains the property. Is it not manifest that the
.. ou Tuesday, the 26ih Sep > AVe shall now allude further those creed of 03the other branch of the Dern- your
in the one
; j. he is opposed toto to exercise of tbc no t
tember and I less than the shard fa
Marianna I nothing more nor Constitutionas existence of such right ia the
r i September. on Saturday, the 20tG I veto power, and in addition to this his teni i letters, except to remark that he then con I ocrrtic party at the present day. Assumingthat inconsistent with any and subversive of

:.__ I def regard for the sensibilities of the Northern > interpreted by the Supreme Court. .A sidered that the safety of the country depended to be so, I tell you, in all sincerity,-that the institution f slavery
d ing man will catch at straw." the last Democrat in the United States j is
forcibly i expressed )Ir. Bell )
and Lane Club. people, 50 by_ .. upon the success of the Democratic Further extract from the same speech of
born. Great and A voice
( laughter cheering.
would restrain
A himself one ot IMS speeches '
regular meeting of the BEKCKIXRIDOEan The First Cotton Mr. Bell :
; by Railroad at Pen- I hope )
that this
him from such aci oppositionto s.
l an ; rld t.
( LANE Club will be held pary.Lt "If sir, it were proposed now to
THIS EVE the !i sacola.j now come down June last.- ,
the exercise of the veto was u t -
NING I power from the and the tta
District at
25th inst, at 8 o'clock. foundation of his hatred to Jackson and the j The Observer of the llth ins says: "II When Mr. Allen called upon Gen. Call, at Who is to Blame t time slavery piovide securities, for the remo,

,t.. (:cn. Theodore BretarJ, (aud probably Dr. reason of his withdrawal from the Cabinet of: affords na pleasure to announce the arrival, the Constitutional Union meeting in this city, NEW-BOSTOY, E. Fla.. }J or effective control proper of the free colored population

Lamar,) will address the Club. Tyler ; opposition to the Kansas Nebraskabill 1 last Thursday, of the first lot of cotton by railroad to make a speech during the absence the August 15th, 1860. J JMESSRS. I AM NOT PREPARED TO SAT THAT TB* II.

;t, The public generally, and the Ladies ago.inst the voice of his party and the i Committee resolutions o EDITORS : Permit u to call your SOUTH SHOULD MEASCBE.
par-: from "ma' I was brought t this t prepare we were RESIST THE
r voice of the South ; his action on the Le- .a attention to defect in the mails between to sup-
licularly: are invited to attend.0 and listened him with a "With regard to the proposition
: market by Ass Johnson, an intelligent t more than
question evincing the fact that if he surprise
CQinpton E. this place and Tallahassee, for we often fail press the slave trade in the District,as alrei/
was honest and was looking for the proper [ and thrifty planter of county, who usual atteition, for we were anxious t hear nut O
Stated I
the Madison
to Tallahassee and
1' W, requested] to mate thAt the cit'zen. irre- course, he then a& be generally has done, has thus wittingly or unwittingly! planted the. what he had to say before an assemblage o get Ger OUGHT TO BE DONE, ON SEVERAL OaOCSB-
?f.-H-cme of party. "liIlt'ive|!) i a Barbecue at Lake 1. viewed tbe interests of the South from a very the Constitutional Union papers for several consecutive tJl
*- mile stone the of party, not weeo In the first }ace, it is known that J'J
1'-. fi.utte.on licit S .lurd*,,, week (the In September). strange stand point ; his support of appropria-i i I frt upon opening highway knowing often receive several numbers of papery trade incident{ of the unrestricted right
his views had of the an
All the candidates and the 1 that is destined in brief changed on rupture ea
public ccnersjly. are in- tionsfor improvement Xortherniaroors commerce a
1 ; very mail and this has been tho for in it H Jt"
Jid toaticii.! '. I the Charleston-Baltimore > one case property slaves the mo*ofeltl
t. and the navigation .Northern rivers,a system : period: to give Pensacola, and its unrivaled at Convention months This itself bad of the institation. It is so regarded tI tw
-0S -- of public expenditure disliked and condemned harbor We then nnierstood him, when speaking of pat o were enough, i '
Uarbtur. I I a prominent position among tht great but doomed bear : South as well as ia the North.
There will be a Barbecue given at Centre- by Souttcrn men. These were most of the I marts that encircle the globe." the friends cf the South and the Black Republicans we are to something worse; But, sir, were I a member of a city or to*

5, ille on Wednesday, Sopt 5th. Speeches objections to the man himself. I I The Cotton was sold immediately to L. !I. ,t say : "I compare it t merchant. for sums of money hare been mailed at this council, I think I should not hesitate to P"
S be from OBJECTIONS TO THE PLATFORM AND ACTION OF office for Tallahassee aid failed be.received voice for the of these sIa"*
may eir*cted R. B. Hilton and B. F. Merritt fc l Co, who made the first offer, at ship (the Soith: ) sailing upon the ocean when t my suppression
Allen and THE BILL PARTY IK THE CAXVAS8. by> the to whom addressed. Even depots or SLAVS M they are eauci
perhaps others. The persons PENS
public generally she craft (the Black
r arc invited to1ti attend. 1st That the Bell party, instead of war 11 cent The Obm'f says that there i i attke by a piratical county officer's bonds, with one dollar fee within the precincts of the corporation.I .
the enough in Pensacola all the Republican) I would fight them until they from pub6e
--- ring against common enemy Lincoln and money t toy enclosed passed into other hands than would banish them at least
J ; Mass Alee ting'. the Black Republican hosts, directed all their cotton which may b brought there' got possession of the deck (the- Federal Government of State. Tiew."

,: S I, A ma S meeting of the citizens( Leoo and powers against the forces of Breckinridgeand ,) when I would crawl to the magazine Secretary If to sell slaves be so heinous and det'T-

Lane; that their speakers in the South Were the blame i we do not pretend tosaytbnt tile an offence will some logician Iki T II
.f aljoining countica nill be held at Tallahassee Cotton in apply the match and blow t ruins. w' .
bales of
generally and in this State especially, had Nt'l Franin.-Te a it evident it somewhere betweenthe metaphysical lore tell ns how inch led*

i oa TbuivJay' 27th of September. Gea. Milton little or nothing to say of Lincoln and knewno Cotton, the first o te present crop, were r Ti was whatwe understood Gen. C t above" named point;and we would offense of buying slaves f % 1

41 t. will address the meeting. Gen. Hopkins enemy in the canvass except Breckinridge ci\"e by the Florida Bail Road, on the 4th say, and to ou mind legitimate construction Mail b Every one conversant with tie poliae
pleased see our
; ,I'I.'! entry other of the opposition fpeakere arc and Lane; that they hare no platform from inst., consigned t Messrs. Roux & Co..and wt pat upn it was that in the.event of fault t for Agent ascertain where history of the country-know that n3! ,
., which determine whether believe the le; you may rest .assured that all of the Southern State bad T'
invit.edjOb8prCsCflt. There will bo a Barbecue'and you can they D. J. Taylor. Two of these were from die the election Lincoln South should not 'J
the Constitution acknowledges rightof it i.a great' inconvenience,fo us besides the that the abolition slavery in the JtitT '
of her and
for in defence
I prov&ops a.thousand persons property in slaves; that the Black Repubrlicacs plantation of T. E.5Itailc, Alachua Cunty. rights intre&t preventhim 10 we sustain thereby; and you will conferfavor Columbia by Congress-would be of jUt. .rl .

1 prepared. for the oceason I themselves say that they are in favor and one front that of J. P. Smith, of Marin, if possible from taking -seat, which,I a by'aJDg his attention.to this matt ficient eause for the immediate dissoIoRoa

j :, The Middle Flor' .:::.will please cor .. lof the Union: the Constitution and the en -Eat Floridian of course would lead either t a dissolution l r, ..UAf the Union.t .


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ur .Policies' ef te Republican Party.V I, Railroad! .llfftlnjr.' I Rrovnson, pn Squatter Soierelgniy.It i Snpcrintfndenl's Ofilcc Tallahassee R. CHANGE OF SCHEDUIE!

} /)f.t..rnrir.R" l' )ha a well I con-, In :,"'"('!. :me( with a previous notice"aIhrgo I t has been a.boa t of sonic of the Dong Telegraphic.ARRIVAL D. Company,. Tall3 assee- and Pen aC8la & Gtor bRAIL

J'rt'J article 011 tI}: H'ti of the Ropuhli- :I number of the'fit:/"IiF of Clinch and I 1-s.Mtcs thz.t they were sure of tho ""jCatholt' LLAlIA8SttK. Aug. ITU.. 1360. :5 'ROADS.
: The following! extract* bbovs itt OF THE NORTH AMERICAN TJROPOS fc-r hrpinhe 1I t1l'1I1t St. Mail
'' : \' !tt' (if the ( .untn'. AYcinow not on whaKrcundn t
j EchoU; counties Ga; and Hamilton JL ll.n uf
1IrnI 417 I I : county, a'lvr he I..tOttoCrw111 U'iecciv at
r, itiI, (erp. :) thiy LA.c such an umption. For Cotton Advanced. 6ceastVeh, 2I"ffi s"enb.r. P.nil- wiahint 1"- O ; a:.
\\ sav. tli,'n, that the Territorial (]ur *iotihfinfr I 1-1:1. n<>t at StitonvilEvholi: county, f-.r : our own p.it, we sliutd 'regard it as little PAimiKa POIST, Aug. 20The Steatnhip formation ccrte ruji>? lie alore. will please tdtlr ran a a f JluwI.ea .

a*'i' trriyeatTaiaha.eee. . . . .1000A M.
f U.ti'icad: : .
sarjo.'t connection betweenStat't.
> 'tS
4 a A
11, j,>rt er h"rriiss'-'i 'I.I l dvturK.I b;. John : .. it-ation! : to intimate that they were going tool 9th instt arrived off this Point to-day.: Cl 1.15&O 25-5!] H'f. Lace Moovcrllo.; .. . . .7.00 A.-M. ,

,;: mttjn' i coif4NltT.iteN and men of such i N.n t, ..i lie AtLintic: & Gulf l Railroad ; \ ?, at a denomination, for any candidate, Liverpool Cotton Narht.-baes} cf Cottenfor :S-traycd c"i Sio1enFRO Arrite ss.TalshL'ace: .. ... .1ft 00 A.'M

via Jasper in Hamilton county, Florida, in I. eT.:iaha: . . .. 10.15 AM.
T.t&UJi: propcn"ltl'i-the Republican: party a matter not involving any question of religious the wk 82.OO 'bale.* with an advance \nhl' unJcrtigped on the 2nd init., a Urge f* .
and the and Bonn point on the Pensjicola & Georgia; i Arm*at St Marks .. .11.40.-\.M.
U.n disrobed' triitcharacter and faith or principle. We rather of Jd. on inferior 'Stadel and I:8J. on Mid- Grr-MAKK. Koman nose,about fiftt B
ia south suspect Lrare St.VarL.. .. ... ... .115PM. '
Railroad of .
of the JA. bands with marl of work Ler about iuold.
t long rcr. that these l-8d. : high, on ,
designs: part, gentlemen reckon without'their dlings. Consols quoted at 03 .
'CrinLte; The f 100k- ArrriveatT IIaLsssce. .. .. . ... ..240P.M.La
her will be
ani ed itlormation
.eJ 0nJ,%r the fascinating and popular JESSE meeting was or : by calling host in this rotttcr. At any rate, Dr. Orcste The North American bringa the following >ulljrrrccired.and Any liberal concerning reward-will bo paid for ,.T.ltaJia (.ee. . . . .3 0 P.M.
C.'d-j M. a
Vwearing tVcedom in ICacsa. revealed. COLLIER to the Chair and requesting A. Brown on, the most eminent and distinguished additional intelligence. her delivery to me at T.lIiL 8seu. Anieeat MontactUo. . . ... .30 PM.

.., cne -to 'svnrr.e its trtie f osition JAMES G. ACKIXOTO* ta act as Sec- defender of the Roman Catholic faithin Sales of of cotton on speculation 21,000 Aug.21,1860 35-4rJ] J. M. SHINE. lneTa'II! 1iaii8 tf.". . . .3.00 p.M,

retan". Arrive atwHaSboa. . .. .. 7.00 P. Mi.Cunn'eclirg .
liK-h political must bales
organization ales for
;.J1ivt any this-country, n not one of the advocates of ; sales exports 10,500 Sales

i1l1t.te y come to occupy wbo make theheIo' On motion; Judge Stewart of "Ja.
: of slavery the 'only pank! in their requested to explain the object of the meeting exttocta frcm tic! last number of his Market firm. Tuesday's transactions tpIE well known residence of the sub cri- and from V..1J\JS4L by R'iIrcad\o. ,lDlI&b,

;jiifyrm: to wit: a COtctith the institu- which he did in a clear and satisfactory Review will .prove : were not telegraphed. The following are the 1. ber,from the 1 st October next for one year. Connecting at .St. Mark with Stage to >id) from

toa of slavery: as it exists in the States under manner reading in conclusion, a letter upon The Republicans generally hold that Con- quotations : Fair Uplands 6 3-4d.; Middling Tie premises arc at present occupied by Dr. :ewport j and "ithjlie liouofMaiLSttameiibctweco
of the subject then under consideration, from l C. It. Gamble. R. II. BERRY. New Orleans,Key\\nt snJ Cabs. and mtl'rmedat.po : .
Hell-selected 1. an =irrepressible grei-s in organizing the Territories, may either Upland 6 7-8d. Stock it Liverpool 1,203-
te l"* de, OulV-t>n their to Key\\'ut on lie
fil iot' It Vburied deep in the past the Capt. Im Screv'en, President of the Atlantic permit or forbid slavery till the Territory 000 of which 1,014,509 are American. Aug. 28, I860. 35-3t I 17th and on 2ud or 3rJ of esoh way moc!h, and to ew.Or-

,:!, sctblonce of con'erutis which it ever I & Gulf R. U.'C npanJ. I becomes a State. Mr. Douglas is understoodto Breadstuffs firm. Provisions dull.London :I leaD, on tire I ICth sea 2:1 b. -S

eccd.I and now it a3.sumcan open. direct Dr. B. II. Hillof Stockton, w. then called dci.y this power to Congress and to assert money market unchanged C6risols! declined ALL RIGHT ACAIN I The train trill not ran on SonJ/iyticeptonSt,Ttnerilay. -

I iij unequivocal antagonism, to wh.it ? Not for, who: cam (vTt'UI:111..1 a JJrl'S d the ] it for the people of a Territory, under the owing to ft reported Indianloan of 3,000,000. TilE: uudtTsigried reiprctfulljT-ioform hii Cu,- C T W. SYF.\N; An'tSup't..

,ru'"ly, slavery in the Territories because I meeting upon the subject of railroads, their ,! head of what is called Suitter Sovereignty. jgHin vi
.jj 1 x aa obsolete! question, but to the "61&\"t- great commercial importance to all sections ." \Ve know nothing more discreditable to MORI: FIRES ix TEXAS. NEW BUILDINGof Albany & ialf Central Kail-Read.

_Mint anstocracj. the privileged class of of the Countrsand their importance and in-1 I I a man who has the honor to be a Judge even NEW ORLEANS, Aug, 20.Several buildng Me-ww. D. C. WILSOM & SON. adjoining th m. Leue Saratir h 9 15n.m iLcarf I VaMoita.4 20 s m.

:South." Deny it who will, the position flucnces as a means of c civilization! enI I juan Inferior Cum t.fr S The were burnt on Track and Congresstteets I where ha is ready and willing to nail: upcn them as Arrive at Va'Vta,5.4U' p.m.l.\rrhe! 1\SaT ,12 :p in.

cf the Kcpubliran pary is no longer one con- l Ifchtenmentof the sections of country through j people of a Territory have no powers except in Houston, Texas on the 18th inst. : he ha' always! Jon.. Hoping the favors heretofore The train arrivio it SaTanniL at 12 5.r> cocnect

ayng; :%avcryasit effect the Territories which they passed, and ]>arliculai1y"the great 'j ;such as arc conferred by Congress in the organic I.oss forty thousand oJlai:1sure fur fi'eth extended will I be continued witI- tile niu on the C. H. dipatlicgat 1 20pm.
commercial: l advantages to be derived fiom aLl'i. 1 am yours, very rerpeetfolly. (dar), and I 11 10 p. in. (uighi).
it exists the States.lai .- act and confer ,u
-IT tts: slavery I Congress can no power D. B. MAXWELL.
The tchc-duTe on thit road i! JirrargtJ to II to
now "c desire to know, because the actptince the proposed connection. He animadverted I :whch it does not itself possess jffimo dat August, 18CO. 33-4t counect with the 1'tn. & Gro. by Stage frrm 'ohdi.

of the doctrines of uniformity of the with much severity upon the conduct of such! quod non Label, Squatter Soveignty is A FIC- CAPTURE OF ONE OF WALKERS FLEET. ton to \.Idolta. Tkas by this route passengers!en-
.iitnntions cf the American Union advanced persons as, from feelings of jealousy} were 'nox, and a fiction of that ultra Democratic NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 20.-The Schooner "NOT DEAD, BUT LIVETII. ing the Tallshawte Depot at 3 p ro wit! reach Satannah -

Mr Lincoln and tho "irrepressible con- attempting to create discord and dissentions j .school which justifies John Brovh's raid into Araminta, from Ruatan, with d5tte to the Our .A1t1c22e'or4. neit! Jar by J.12 FULTON 5.JASPF.It ;>. .

st"v<"'!! a* promulgated b-v Senator Sewaniversally in tte minds: of the people, with the intention i Virginia. Congress cannot authorize another nstn has arrived, bringing tile crow of the SUBSCRIBER, since the late fire, has 31, I860. ,:35-tf SoperinUnder.t.Joly

,... Hv the Republican! orcaiiizan : thereby to defeat the enterprise. In coaclu1sion I to do what it has no right to do itself and Steamer Clifton, one of the vessels belonging THE lib office over ihe well knots ___ _

: rT-lcrs, it their faith too what interpre- he offered the following resolutions which Mr. Dougla's} doctrine, if conceded, supposes to Walker's expedition, which was captured establishment of Messrs. A. HOPKINS & Co, Blacksmith Notice.

,m we can give these lh.daration"t' were unanimously adopted : II I Congress has the power to permit or prohibit by the British at Belize. where lie will always be found ready to attend
individual who exsminearefulv. WHEREAS, Wc, the people cf Clinch, Echo! Auction Sales ettrusteJ to hlfi lacksmith budnessinlitsbrabch.
".,'ne: that the : slavery in the Territories principle the She reports that Walker hail landed and with despatch T .
ivith intellect unbiased and Hamilton counties, see with a great doctrine of else hh char R. II. BERRY; : -
?*. i an by I tne Republican party-or that taken Truxillo. Only one gun fired by the e. 'c
a n ill be wed '
on M
artisan: pr-j'.idiccs "must admit that they deal of regret and mortification, an effort by [ the people are sovereign without reference to roops. Two of Walker's men wounded. Auctioneer t Com. Merchant heretofore, at the Or.9' i-

.ta: thjt! th.s systematic war tijv n .!:\fry persons in Colombia county to organize a i 'I legal l organization-what we call John Biow n- Great excitement. Aug. 18, 1800. 34-2t STAND by the undersigned .

:istontin.ie : that the :gititi:1. which! was.t3Ad very unreasonable and ui.just opposition ,i istn. If we believed Congress had the power, who return his 'j-

I unnecessarily and firr th! adxance- to tlc originally proposed connection: ofi I ,ive should, of cour.e, demand its exercise TEXAS ELECTION.NEW For Now York.} thank for and solicit a -= '

.'f the nstof the liepuMk'A": the Georgia and Florida Railroad systems. j the further} extension of for continuation of the pub -
m party slavery
'nt > prevent :
: ] ) 20th Galvestondates heretofore -
\" ; Aug. [ BRIG SAMSON Leerhoff, is lie prtronige _
after the of the MiM>uri e In.no terms: too strong to express j claim to be heart and soul TIlE gfcv
n-ncdiitcly: repeal I ire ,an anti-slavery t o the 1 Mil say Fluurnoy, the Democratic ready to receive freight for JXE so liberally eztepocd -
.impromi, must rage with iucreaned fury our indignation at their ungenerous anti i iunjcfct ][nan.: But not believ; it has the power xve: candidate for Attorney ncraJ's ahead by the above Port Apply to July) 1,18:9.tl D. C. WILSON. '

,til freedom is triumphant and slavery! usniliited course, which, if successful in dividing ,deny the right of .afy cbs of American citi- .
a large majority. J. DENIIAM, .Agent.St. .
before the agitating element! oft the public sentiment, as was manifestly ;jns to form a p.litiea1l'arty for the express -o Marks 18 1860. 34 Notice (to Farmers.

North. They mean that so long as ir.tcnded, must result iu th: less of purpose of exercising; it through Congress.o .- BANK of ST. Jou: .-A meeting of the Aug. UIUU "
exists ithm the confir.e: of the any -therefore, :? far with the Democratic Institute I" HAVE new employed ao A
;ry I : we go party Stockholders of this institution was hell on North Carolina Military 1 No. 1 Farmer1 li ad smith
\i5an eonfederact theic can be no peace fttso'ctd That v.-e unqualifiedly! .l s'LpI I i outh, and dissent from both Republicans: tnt the 10th just John S. Samrais presided: F. CHARLOTTE N. C. for the purpose of acoom'moJiliog
cessation oftb'it iuterminableszifewikh; prove connection with Lake CltuuJ r !I Douglas Democrats. The former who
-tt C. Barrett acted as Secretary.The my patrons '> liberally patronized tr.n
: 3rd Session of this Institute will begin -
55 already! divided the sentiments of tte my circumstance?. | Douglas Dciucrats are neither one thing nor following gentlemen were elected! Directors TIlE heretofore, and I am now prepared to do any and all
fi-soIceJ, That interest and thj i : on the 1st October next. For admissionor kind of work in the Black-smithing line made out of
afr-aTi) [pcrple, distal b,J tranquility of our true snottier, neither fish nor flc"h, nor get good for tho
't' ensuing year-viz :
information to Iron Stetl. II. B. } .
further 'IITS.J
mind and weakened in interest of commerce demand that he (01' I Inel't' It i involves the of filibustcristn apply or
m'public a degree-, lierrirg. error I A. M. Reed, P. Moody, S. Fairbanks C. Maj. D. N. HILL. 011 :l.l 560. 32SsnBlacksmith
-.- hands that connect the "thick-cluster- on l-e from No. 13, on the Atlantic & \I..and is analyzed} and reduced to some degree 1 Bihbcc, J. R, Sammis, T. Ilartridge, T. O. i 1860. 34-2m ------ -

-; >tin. ->f the Union in one glorious con- Gulf Railroal. to 'a point at or near CarctLV I j ,(consistency, it w ill bo found to be John olrnes[ J. W. Patton, and William Brison. ._August 18_ ._ _a_ = I IlUesdamrs. Notice.

.::'(::' on the Pen. & Ceo. Railroad, via J Jasper i' Brownispj.Special At a subsequent meeting of the Board of Chrgaray and D'ilerTliifBEG
\e that such is the natural and ine\i ie Hamilton: countFlorid: nndertiened has purchased of S
5t' ] : M. Ree"d reelected Prcsi- THE
-o- ircctors; A. was to announce to their friends and the Jo H. AUtnn of 00IUle'
,,ik ot" the doctrines of these Upcfc the adoption of the res ntion.* Col.
,:' : pseudo and J. II. II. Bours hier.-Jack-- ,
I[ CorrtfpouJencf of the Houston Tdegr..hThe ] dent p'ublic, that thtirBOARDING ; Machine for Upsetting Tire, !
"i F .jvM.-.m l leadeis, erdorsed and sus McCall, cf Lale City, Fa, asked leave to b? jnville Standard. Bind ind Axles, thereby rendering
Texas Plot. AND DAY SCHOOLfor j
i.e1: i. : !t'ie' />"yfinzition:: itself; and, further- heard br way of explanation ; which wasRcaniuKuJy II ---0- I him able of Shrinking Tire neater and I '
r.ltltcJ. Kfrtution the ucolllin.NNI-S)11/1 ycung Ladies, will re-open at No.'s 1527 better than could be done heretofore.All .
r?, -nat 1t:5:: the ultimate position -which : nf Important The National Washington
, v>'- i.-a! part}' in this: country inrM coiuet lie st.-itcd th'at he came there in goo.! faith} n"l'JpmrJiIJa"Jtr of too much thus welcome the Intelligencer veteran Secretary of State and 1529 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, onThursday persona can now hare the opportunity of bung -
lath 1860. this kind of work done with atneM and dispatch
tL! make the of L, a delegate from Columbia] -that he I".J.ltlr71rr. Sept.
t it county I
: i question slavery
: O:i his return from a 'J" 'b fl'cJ.0 vas opposed to the connection I.)' the proposed i I DALLAS, July! 2;, 18CO.7T \care pleased to learn that Mr.J Secretary August July 31, 1860. 32-3m H. D. FITTS.Flsk" .
route but btlierpd that hc ---- -- ------
; < connection I */. Ttltgraph : Three negro men, the leaders 'a-s reachedVuhinjii! L'-t cvei.irg, alter SAVANNAh MEDICAL COLLEGE.TUP' .
1 : ouj'it' To, and would be Patent Hetallc Burial Cases.
made LakeTitv
:f "'J'' i 'he Xavhcifle L'niVn.] at thf Xolh in excellent ,
I in the maul tionary plot were cxecrcdvt his recent sojourn at Eighth Annual Course of Lectures in
:r. Fillmore for Dhunion In a Certain! ; but that he va not o umitl to :111I. : Tliis: i it Hi- will .
this: place Ht Tuesday evening. One of health and spirit : I'II"< were this institution will commence on Monday

, (ontlBucj In 1856-Where Sleep poii.t. on the Atlantic & Gulf Road. ::ilietn. Pat. JlIl1illgf.. the man who applied : sure be the more gratifying to all amongour the 5th cf November next.Prcllirinary --i-;.
Thunders of the Union Savers T Col. Joba c. Holeley. of Ja followed ,
r 1 per the torch to the town of Dallas, and rca-lers v\ho may have gh; en any cieencc Lectures will commence on the

\ d'roht'lmJtt.t' furnishes: us with an cxT in a strong andconclusive! argument in favor ,one of the most prominent: of those \ho wOre J to lh" U-1?graphic reports": recently I 22d of October

aH.-Uof] Mr.: Bell ia the Senv oi the pTopofc-1 route.I ,Mjgngcd in the woik. Sam: Smith, another, I I announcing the serious in:1i"'rosition of the FACULTY (Rosewood Finished( -.-Latest Patent,)
!111' Ins fierce I >r Gerry; of White Spring, Fla, was then i : AIK-T1OHT AD IXOCTRCCT1CI.C.A .
v i' <\\Gn iinsl: ROC- I and preacher, wa a Laruuncd old scounIrel venerable and respected Secretary, on no better
; : a ARNOLD M. D Prcf. and
'. HID ,'ii'tiiatei!: into diMinim.. .::. .J 1 ('', "ho took die FtanJmdtth m'I.It I R. D. Theory SUPPLY of all eizea kept constantly on hand
j The CI'1-1 and the third-old Cato-ha j always foundation, would seem, than the tiiCiesuniiisc3 Practice of Medicine. ,ri by T. J. RAWLS. Undertaker.
ufi* ,.{ tie ('onstitutio-! Unir earnestness end zeal alvorated a conneetioa bctnrc 15'all 1 character in this if the **sensation !." '
pirtv a county. They ( 'prl.'s0 P. M. KOLLOCK, M. D, Prof. of Obstetrics Nov., 53 46
r 'is ': almost! ns i distiuiouUt between: No. in. on ili Ailantie A Gulf Rail- .. .. .
p fii-ry in ec tali en t f jail; cM-witdl lu (!he J'ltrC -- Women and Children.
.._.1..1 L-J..o ctva: and Diseases of
riT--ncv: awed In' hi'n es Yaoccy 11.1 Japer FJa.aud:0 of cxcctitioit h the and in the nnnsEs bales of NEW BLVtKS.lIITII
, rcj.HcJ to by Dr. Il'il''. i I y military, prcs- I : -Fully fifty cotton, a W. G. BULLOCH; M. D, Prof. Surgerr. J'
: \i ri'.-.l !to l h,s or rvtn the (OK}-. of large or.co're of people rtion thi. have
. ere a expiated large > year's already V
jK crop Prof. Materia Medica.JURIAH .
READ M. D. .
,. The meeting then adjourn 3 to the dinner ; I I J. 1;. SSOP.
; s" ith 'arohtf.! Let the Union I lu-ir! crime :i' justice licmandcd. "I hey betmvo3 been received .it this Station for tiansportadav
M. Professor of
1 t.-.b.e bail hl" li.i.l IIARRISS, D. SUBSCRIBER hat rem't'td his Blacksmith!
wJt'rt' a sun a< been ,
]len -i.e
1' 11: .mi the extract snd put it in tLeirr I t no dis.-oxii'nrur' in view of the awful t.) Sm\Jnal.: } hHry freight train which THE lENnY'IIICKS"rom
by the: ei- of SMtenviilo; I Physiology.N.
'( andvicinity
z "s :
"' 1 "t t -lisunioi. eitra ti. Le. them fr'1' fatbck re tLcm. P.-f j>os"i\cly rcfiued tn vi.itsIlof't and they come regularJy, cvI A.: PRATT M. D Prof. 'hemi the Monroe House to the shop a/joining that
r hid ,
v wa of l I4 the ti'j"
: u thc-n uieeiingR with terrible; emI rartiken .v people! ".y \jj\tll!: !, and litvl with a s much: iiuli.Treui I ir- o IJI.:' 'J5vI'rtsar. Thursday and Saturday \V. WARING .M. D, Prof. I .,fiii3'; M and well known CarriagaSbop.of Mr. E.
furious L ,t tLeia I t\nl ully. i..duding :1 large a.ar.r oj' laJiss lit b .] been hs nlin. ,- in D CLACK opiyt-e Messrs Hopkins and Megiuois',
-> mcm lg. pit-h, as it about ) ry o -, : nioiiiiii diriharjj?*, we notho, profusion M. D Demonstrator of
l\t. Ttt"t'J the occasion with; their I B. HARRIS, whrre he ,
all work
'Ort. ttd throw their arms wildly in presence.After !. Ctlp. to: :. XViih unparalleJ notu'lialcncc: Leri'taine1 about IMC depot ba giiig and ba'e; rope, 1 rrr prepared perform inclu- .
' dinner the Anatouiy. hug HOtlSE-SHOEIiNU, Ac intrasted to his
.-mi, wh.-i till' that d.l chosen i meeting was agiin: calledto hi1 'lit'of tcba-vo in his I iz .] onceiv al le '
onler and month barrels au1. boxes c i every* <'in > Clinical Lectures at the Savannah lIspitil, charge, iu tl.e btot manner ar.d despatch.
et ui w ai implicated in the terrible en- i; -.air to a : committee raeJ authoriziigthe of and died: with it there. They hung about variety. Hie substantial Freight-House, the twice a week, by Drs. Arnold and Bulloch, JOSEPH H. ALSTON.

'a" 12\. t'trcak up l this glorioiu: [ jfdtncc.appoint and a faoU tweiiU minutes, Pat dj ing \fry hard, and the I most l'apa'iol1'i't constructed, is beinsj their respective branch'-s. Thc e are the Mjrch 13, 1860. l'J-6ni
also on
\' .>n they have exhausted rnion''l' convjx a committee ten : other tuo without .trilt11.c} ( former l-v I weather boarded and will! soon be finished.! Out LectuTes dctiVercd 'at the Hospital -
Clinical -
solicit: for the I Ij only Xjts.w lEJoh.oo1
to Mibafiiptions .
:"iii tiu.s new devtleptnert; of the 'terjr.rize. t..hh.-\ia and latter LV dislocation: of lie! cerlical "lI.\ c grcn\s in l)ant: and apace, two good l for the i b- Befit of Students.
cl.uT :
v*: i it t thfiu refer to the ftpcccle "t'uu-I j t Th' ; appointed as C..mmiut on CorrepoiultiM ; f ,vtrU-br I Steam Mills bciiig! hard! pressed to keep our to the conditions of the State OF HARVARD COLLEGE.
e }) I Agreeable
15. II.
,( -cnt' Fillnir-re: at Albany and RcHbester j ", r. Hill. Stockton Ga. ; Tills La !.-:ufu1 warning: to the rest, who indnQtrio"u: rnc'-hnnios; : bus. In regard to Studirt from each 1'IIE Next Term will commence SEPTEMBER '

.""8, nf rinch the nbjoined i in an extrac. Jaiin (J. Ackingtun. Magnolia, (Ja.: (\.. .1. !! ivt ma\' bliarc the Fanc fate. In IVaxahachic: I the latter, ly the \>\, Valdo-ta} chail ng(s i Donation I >i trict, one will be taken free of Congressional charge. 1 3d, 1860. For Catalogue and Circular -
C. I lliltt-W; } Jaj j T candidate for world and the of address
:-JJ-.P Kis hiinseti then many developments have been made, and a comparison with the rest with vouchers must
r StatJavill.- I Applications necessary
1 1'ivsMency. and sjipkc very decided! (: Ha. and Jo:ej.h II. lladdos-k, I large amouut of p
1)D ck-Jinjriv (.f ti-e pr>bablertect of Free I'int-y roe, j of 1I( rOC1t. The hole "(fir will have include a single drinking man.- I'uljyttaIbrd $105 00 Cambridge, Mas

:$ '-'. rhftnti, at>j'eaing! to his :audience The Coiniuittcc; following get'ir'n!! t'ezepioiiiteil the most important re tJ1ts. The dangerous JJtlW/I/UII, 1ug. 141k.S. Matriculation.Ticket, (paid once) _5 00D.monstrator' Cambridge,, A ug. I I. 3 331NOTICE.
fts a on SnWription : JamesV.. j -- --
:& u tllt'WOU d submit to the dctnir.atJon&Southtu sentiments entertained by some people wiU -0-
: Tickets . : 10 00
; 1
i Geo. W.-eden
Stat Dr. and Dr. R II.
I >
et1 : sectional majority over then.Jnciglabui Clinch > Jas. H.I be tiiiown tip in their practical results! and l/'e Clyde, who has just returned to England Graduating Fee . . . 30 00
t1a uf the Patriot fcad better 11511. of county, Carter N. laid before the in their naked successful the persons having claims or demands
< his
\\\\\\t tw open country from mot career as For further particulars, apply to ALL
t1y Eli-La )iol'
Griffin a.JiI all, of E1Io1HU\mt the estate of 1 C. deceased
** ) all h cntiti color} is > Burgess -
H'"CJ"d of
1 hia iin announces the Union dcfurmity, stripped a u" commander of the British armies in Inda, WM. G. BULLOCH, Dean.
d j if vlay Trorninpj.; be<*au? C r t::!.'.s '! !! John ( II lit 1'1 e)', nlilc II. J. Stewart j ing. ?Men in high places will find a practical received with a cordial welcome from all 18, 1800. 34-4t are requested to present them, prop

-.u pr" ;.-il llv I = elected CI.'rktJ... C,!;.rt !: and Alexander JI;1.: of IL-nlton: t'unt11:1.., i interpretation of their political dogmas in the classes cf the p, o\,1e. Here, at least," says August erly authenticated; to the undersigned within

"" lI'pcu "4 KcutLcky. lie had fcettv-r r.-j jVT and JoMyh C::\.:?;av" of Sawannee count"v, |i S jew taK' :i of them by
:': h. nuoiucencnt tljltt u /
4'f F united Ftiut'i," as a good cmen f'Jr the'< It was reMHV*.l, on inotsoi': that thc'procct'hr'i -; bin tnit;! % avi-J }laced upon fats cahuUtcd to thongli in station be cat-:not be a anted STATE OF SOUTH CAnDLI A. immediately. .
of the 1 IK the I Ipjia GRLEN D. AdraY.3Z& .
'fId :m I lnr Mr. Della ; meeting ? ]published bettor infoimeu tl.an
p.-en fiipposing that inyca 2 a people no our higher, and he n-tnrns with a fortuno proper
; .., South} !-ah lli'p-iblican, ai.d TaLJia.! ' < i.tally carry the united negro popubt (n. danger suffering tione to his rank. To the youth of the
0, Journal.. will commence the First day of November I
:to\:: irli oi the North to elect iiiiu }'le..i-1 :i ii.-.n ncgiocs to go out to celebrations to hear country, in every walk of life as veil a* in on estate will plefUc present them to M. D. Papv

ur 'fll lier 1 >t dissolve the Uuion, i if j Subscriptions were then taken to tli. anlount 1 jvliticul speeches and to hold meetings of the career of Lord= Clytl.-'s adoption! we could on the following branches : Esq. who i is authorized to act as my agent in
I thousand d after which! the JohN E. HOLBKOOK M. D Emeritus Prof of
often 'H.rrs tr.ctti of said
tho dctclopmeuls the settlement estate.
*'Utepublicans continue their "criniina- their own, is rendered apparent: by not possthlv: p nut out a nobler or more en-

:u", sun agitations.: For has he not rej. i o.. adjourned! tint die. connected with this matter. We tour gin e1f j JKSSC M. COLLIEK Prof. FRANCIS T. MILES M. D.
>J tit ic ,'onnti;. to Ins political record for!I : IVesidcnt.JAMES have learned a lesson, and will profit by it. advancc't 1 si.d; seif-diuiriruhhe1. who.has attained Anatomy, by ----- B. ]ROKAW'S --
< ACKIXOIOX, Scci II : Physiology, Prof. JAMES MOCLTKIE, M. D.
'"P'-Bions: Hut to the extract from )J i. clary.Augu t+'e 1"1"1I1II.tIt. puHic ii.-tmction, not

..:)tp5. l1)M'1"1.1 r'l t 1th, 1SGO. TIE TOWN OF UENDKRSO.V B111 .-A I with the help of :'oi tune's win s or even any Surgery Institutes l'r and f.Pnctrce J. J. CHISOLM.c'f Medicine M. D., ProTe&sor UVERY AN OJ) SALE STABLESTALLAIIASSEI / "

j'r'F "Bjt. SCIIOWSCC party orjinizcJ in tic I -.->- Texas 10th in flight of what is commonly called genius, but .
I Utter dated Aug. E. GEDDIJTGS, M. I). -; FLORIDA.rTlIIE { :
tur UH fi '>t time candi lates THE DISUNlONIT l h the arduous path hewn out with his own I
T' selecting v
; Galveston Civilian .A gentleman
the Prcf.
says Materia Jledica, HENRY R. FKOST, M. D. Proprietor would inform his friends r
.."'T ilnt and Vice President exclusively I Sine of the Opposition papers ore 1't''i-1 \ho pasted through Hcndcson, Husk county, hands, by the mastery of his profession, by Obstetrics Prof. THOJJ. G. PRIOLKAC, M. D. I JL and the puMio, that he 1m rebuilt hi tI

6f ."tl"" Northern States, with the atowcil 1 i tomcd to speak of Jlreckinridgean-I Lane and I on Monday morning last reports that the industry, perseverance, fidelity to duty and Chemistry, Prof! C. U. SHEPARD, M. D. large brick Stables, at the old stand, and 5-. 10I

he' >fl of fleeting them to jjovcnn the I, their party as "Disunionists" They *'.t'1.! 'town of H
.'lIS s'll!! as the North. P.y; what rule isI know that there Ii not a d..tn t1ro the iitri- tire 'on Sunday night, Sth In"t.. and was al- that come to all, but "which only the fev. Loa'x, M. DV customers. .
If -' ''It thus elected to select his cabinet ., cither of tf.ose from their I "When grapple by the forelock. I t
1 I utiu > *>rtl t t men, I ino,t entirely} consumed. he passed Clinical Lectures at the Rop f and Marino lie also has attached t., his Stable, a good :
of : -wx hi: foreign ministers .judges l &tudsh.Sie.e infa'ir to thi d.,.. They know too, tht j tliroiigii, all) that was to l>c seen of the square -- Hospitals twice a week by the Physicians of I Blacksmith Shop when1 he will hare don

I ftjocrji. .' Are these also to l I' the Drc-ckiniidge; party ('comprises tjo very mouldering! embers, except one dwelling By the Pony Express we have advices from the Institution all kind? of Plantation work Horse Shoclnjj? I

of x i\j\; -lv from the North ?-or may M. ul of Coi :enatism, while tLou! aui cf the i liuu-e that escnped tIe couflagration. The California to the 1st inst. TIle steamer JohnI The Anatomical Rooms will b3 opened in and Carriage work in tho Lost manner

.5-' *, all-net: officer ftoia the South, Douglas men Si the North arj j :u<' >,i to ui1'c ili1.'n'put no faith in the reported con"j,iraey -I Stephen' lift San Frarciro at that dr.te I October and 1 iLs-ccton: -iet.J daily by I I and with promptness and do-patch.very S
.i* S :i 'mnot a President or .1 Vice I 'jol' wh tll to vote for Ioi'gaS! f-r I.:r. -oj:.-- : and iK-giocted t', appoint a patrol or seta for Panama, with 876,000 ii treasure, an-1 the Demonstrator. I Nov. 5 183. 44 .

, 5'S..:, These in practice a* I Lave fcHidVl I It is lino iliat ]'ortioi: of the ultra! :Southern I watch." 202 passengers. The expres-s. with St. Louis HENRY R. FROST, M. D, Dean. I! "

S.al :: : i. ;" ,)1). iiAUst becone enlnrras-I men go for reckinride; ; and Lane ; and the dates of the 17th nIt. reache4 San Fraacisco ist J IS''. :H-4t : Lost Mislaid! S
: -'g
'. Th- North i i' beyond all I think that if these I --- ------- or
)12. ----- ----
i -- 1Tu.rn.1.P ,
quoau is they gentlemen .
reason G. TRot" MAXWELL, \. D., OK TALLAHASSKE on the} 30th and that of the 18th was telegraphed. -I' Sooct
axhe n.-t ,..pulou" the most wealthy should be elected the South would .Inna FLA.-This gentleman has recently a"eet There was a little tiorc animation "BOND No. 83 of the Pen. & Gco. R. R. Co. i
. 8W 'b. FOR }... PLANTING. ;
Ith.t.tets.KIIJ therefore ha better cIiHW-e to obtain its rlg'its under theConstitution. ted the chair of Obstetrics and Disease of in business with a pro pe t of increased I D. for ilOOO, and payable in the City 6f S>: .
I > ReJ alii I Flat Dmcli :
1 -. luti-. this injustice upon the I Yancey & Co. are iiotDisunicnist Women and Children in Ojjlf thorpa !"lli- transactions at the current rite.. The Cali- RUTABAGA, Drumh Top J, Green Glazed Turnip ind vannah, Ga. The public is cautioned :aiii. t
: Urj; e *:\
.1.. S' '-an best judge (,f its ton"c-I! provided l tie Constitution can he practicallv cal CollegeThis announccmeht will be fornia Democratic State Coruhittee had met, other Cabbage seed, just received ant for ate by I trading for said iJoud}, as the Company will

rt r."ill. ; the case. Suppose the ; maintained. They adhere to the rltronal -I II greeted with pleasure by the numerous friendsof with a view of forming one electoral ticket.A Aug. 21, 160 35-tfj) AMES & LIVELY. ndt hold itci! rv5ponible lor its redemption.

- 11 'h. most j.opulo s the mo: I conpact as it otme from the hands cf I the iT titutiott. Dr. Maxwell j is well and split, however, occurred in the Committee, F. H. FLAGG, "

. '. : ., \4..J th reatet tnl1nhcr i our Fathers and desire no other. Accordingly known in this his native city, as twenty-six declaring: for Breciinridgc and ten COTTON PICKING I860.TTTANTEp I Ang 4 3ZTrC'l5l1rcr.. I
favorably hire hands for this
ofi's to _
*' 'k' and that it should declare for the which plants itselfmost purpose- I
N they go party well Tallahassee and elsewhere as a for DougUs. A movement was on foot to -
tain: .iilor real injustice done at squarely ou the Constitution. Not the as in and call a Bell and Everett State Convention.Mr. IT fair prices paid for men, womenboys or i MISSISSIPPI RIVER COTTON PLANTATION '
: gentleman, and an accomplished
. \ft.1 *., uidlect; but Frcsi'S -I Gerrit Smith polished girl J. II. GATLltf. I'
< none a Consiilution as interpreted by has few in S FOR SALE.
I superiors
II skilful phyhrersnHe I 33-4t
S. President cf slaveholders William Goodcll, or Lysander Spooner, but I the department Obstetrics which he ha A...!. Kite, who was bitten by a rattlesnake 1 August 11,1860. TIlE Cypress Bend Plantation in ClticolCo,

IT* .h ',1.rule over the North. Do"w aa interpreted by its Co'ustitutional! interpeter, I cultivated. as a fpcciality for several years.- a short time since,has reccrtJ.. Weunderstand A G"liADUATK Arkansas, one of the very best .Cottoh Plat

ire .5 ,: -< itizeu.sou; would submit the Supreme Court oftbe United States. We heartily approve of his election by the that.a part of the snake's body a healthy situation as Teacher, in tations the MississIppi!i Rircr-now ofTen d
ire *1'" : I jN'o, no'.] No, truly you Now if.the le41tottbe. . rporator of tho College was applied to the wound which seamed to or country Georgia. for sals at extremely price of$ ,
''hlit one universal 1 cry of liP on so ea".rt ''ju
l1c hkies.. And caw you sup- with the stipulations! of the Constitution as the cano of medical cduca{ .;-'-C /fMorwJfedtcal ( .) Spirit of Democracy : 1 Machinery necessary for force_ of eighty -
) -' .,.h"rI less sensitiver'
brethren the Court -why ,
iuterr.reted by Supreme and Suryiral Journal.0 and has in cnltivatioiTl
I SICILY ISLAND, LA, July 4", 1860. : acres, now
-\-- jealous of their; rights should it not h e accepted Clearly those are
,**" ...' IH. ldl you that you arc inista- the tliMinionists wl.o insist: on violating the -- lit(_ ___ "lb_ ir uuiii! t t s Mr. W. }'. D. K. has taught for me JnrilgJ:I upon it There an unsurpassed t crop of ffiOO Corn and Cot-
ton. are altogether of
i acres
'in \ full well that ASK LINCOLN ? the scholastic! lIe iras s ,
"His t therefore that while those Knowing past year. readv
S > perceive terms of union mutnaily agreed on; sc 1.ng nchinea. Lnn! in the tract and hot One trd-
I arable.,
tke ""- for the some of the blackest of imparting instruction and is
Presidency, manner
\..: 'I M.ch a party with such an obsi who love the Union on those terms, but hateit not pccn
\ t i iiE DISSOLUTION OF THE the other terms which they nereragreedto I of his admirers and servile supporters, are GROVER & BAKEK'6.THE liarly qualified: to teach. His deportment II I Protected as thIs pacc'h! ,!>v front :tDJi.i'J. I Ii
on :
i disuniouist in sense of endeavoring to degrade the Presidency to is only reliable, durable Family; ad Plan: has been gentlemanly and agreeable! in inv. i Levees, overflows are impossible antf.uporuexami3ation : .
tifv.a the,are word. It is really, then any,proper a strong wcom- level, by personal abuse and ridicule of President tation Sewing Machines.. Ser.-jnts fourteen family and pleasant to my childrsu in Lu intercourse ; '! it will be found tIre fcheapest .
tire ri'.cr. For to'A.
; old use them without troubit. with them. I.lantaHon 1 pardenIarsiter
'""" ;/; tfil: t-tndcnt of that 1Soafh ( BCCHANAX. years Every
politics can menda ion of the 'ckinridge i is
tot party sleets 'o TsrhT5: r-irranf M. 1' A.fAIaii, : 1nllahassee l o'a.! .
Several -of the Bs.ck! RepTib''cnn :: Send for n cixnlar.et .- T. A. S. DONIPHAX. ,
: cl.rrd Jiere- j: l'al be 1jtna icn.exiWDb .
: wr. is i6i i
c : .
tbf- Parv the :" thai the : nevp? S3 ntioa the Prcsidfrt but ia cftritf-- !I >-..?.. to Cie.;.'. T..S:: 'rr.rtr' 'r.....!... A Hrr t F. P. K. Cnr'Newtonc or on the plaro- ton : : :.r- ',.,

lot -. tao 'ntic 01. 5.1 tb : ar.d simply by i-cstormg don 1I"it 1. pittoti and slaug! ," which are ih L "v'_' '5'L !:7"i" ::' : '.:: 1 I E. wad's c. 'PI r1130nN.: '
".r : j.; i- ft---. > : I Ce-st :tuii&r, JP far as if hai b(en jnopaired. ---.r ; : ; .
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Everybody Drugs ...Ktritey't and iS. B.r,'Building. 1 I DELAWARE & MISSOURI STATE LOTTERIES

On the Cash Flan, Binding thc Profits with the I ,!

: J. R. GREGORY CO. CUSTOMERS. Grand Capitali'rijo,11,,
AND ALL PERSONS in need of the services of be and manufacturers of 1108- _
; ANY an AUCTIONEER can accom- The proprietor NO BAD BESTS AND YO BOOKS TO KEEP !
right style on the most REASONABLE T}JBiI8, by calling oaR ( : TO P. :Xa. W3X EN" '
TERS can appeal with perfect confide e to !, TS stock byfcfyriks., >A'fOHES Till oIJlIf t!'. Offiu,eTC f bCOLsg atDc1mr U"Ullti" .
inDBUGS&MEDIGINES addiiiit to tin "
\V'bslesalq) and Retail Dealer "
and eitixena of the Unitedltates ,and "r.l..ni'.Ji..ari. D "'
physicians generally 1 JEWELRY sad STERLING: SILVER WARE

A. SHINE JR. ,because the article haa attained a reputation On hand-a fine assortment of The followieg f.HJ iFICCiTS:

heretofore unknown. A few facts upon Gold Pent, Spectacles, PlatedYure, Tall and bo drawn in public. r.Jer the Sliperintebd U1: !lts It.:I
this point will speak more powerfully than
Poctet-Cutttry. Raters, I'aclttBooli, Cant, Sworn CommisMontrs, appomud by the Gt'lICctC
volumes of bare aaaertion or blazoning puffery. Wad and Cap'Military: Gf OzI. "
Gun ,
--- -- :
The consumption of Hostctter'a Stomach Bitters Watches and Wood, Eddy& f o.'a: Lottery
[ Jewelry repaired.
Auctioneer and Com. Merchant for the last year amounted to over a half- July 3, lt)60. 25"r Class .1.0.'' 394 Draws Saturdav,42150;
million bottles and from its manifest steady
73 mbers-13 Drawn '
increase in times past, it ii evident that during rotio AH. Ballot.: .
: ;: to .
the coming year the consumption will reach -o- 1 GRIN! CAPITAL PRIZE OF $7'ooe,

4 I Tallahassee Fla. near one million bottles. This immense amount N returning his thanks tor the very liberal patronage I Prize of . $30,000; 65 Prizes Of iT.!
could never have been sold but for the rare I heretofore bestowed upon him, the onder- I Prize! of . 20'Ool' 65 Pri*. u( 'Ji;
mere will also find -- medicinal properties contained in the preparation I Prize ,-f . 15,0001
they at all times
a General Assortment of PURE WINES AND signed! would respectfully inform the public that he
and the sanction of the most prominent 15Pnz of. 5,0C1c4 MPrErf J
LIQUORS, FAMILY GROCERIES, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, &c, tc. Tl AVE on hand at the ld stand sign of the Mor- physicians in those sections of the couctry still continues lbeCARRU.C 1 Pw.! cf :3.475: 4.S10 Pnies.1
August 14, 1860. 34tf JLi lit, corDer of Clintn and Monroe streets a where the article is beat known who not only HLSIM.VS 1 00 Pri*'. .f . 1,000:7,040: Prizes S

=- large apd complete stuck af pare recommend the Bitters to their patients but in all its various branch at the OLD STAND UI- 166 P.ilt'1 o>f . 600: : ef *

are ready at all times to give testimonials! to its poite the Book Store, and hopes by strict attentionto -
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals efficacy in all cases of stomachic derangements hi, Lusi tens to mrrit a. continuance of a share of 3239GPriztsutingNearly( to.. .. .] JTTfi'iilT"

and tho diseases resulting therefrom. tbe public pntrona One Prize to Every TwoTIcVeti/
LJ1HTh1E1WhOLESALE I \ ble-Stufft, Paints, Oils, Spts. Turpentine ; :
.This is note temporary popularity obtained lie would) also i&f-H'rr. tho public that he has: Cited

Varnishes Erushes, Camphene, by extraordinary. efforts in the way of trumpeting up a room at his shop for taking Whit TicI eta S2U; Jlalrf'lJOQ. rt,TlI,.

Burning fluid, Window the qualities of the Bitters. but'a solid xcDc: >G.A.lElS: : 1 Certificates of Packages in the above Schrtu i

estimation of an invaluable antdicme, which 13 Pictures taking from a smail!! size op to a cabinet be sold at the following! rates which n the -'Ii
Glass etc risk
AND RETAIL DEALER IN Putty, destined to be as enduring as time itelLIlostetter's and life size. DAGOEaioTrrEa copied and rnlargeJ Certificates Packages of 26 WLole Tieketi: t:
Stomach Bitters hue t
together with a fine assortment ef proved to life size, either on paper or cauvam rejily fur pain- 2tJ Half IU.00
a Godsend to regions where fever and ague ting. WM KU11NS.Jan. '. iG Quarter ....
\ TOilET AND FANCY ARTICLES, and various other bilious complaints Lave i 10 '60 3itPOST .5 74.
; STAPLE GOODS of counted their victims by hundreds. To be 1 __, ___ ___ __ -eIa1ozaclict-.2S. Eighth; r..z:
consisting able to state confidently that the "mlter,," & 1U EL, : Scheb1e:

: Superior Ifalr, Tooth, Nail, are .> certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like COMMISSION MERCHANTS To be Drawn each Wednesday fa .|
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of unalloyed lrist,
J and other Brushes f Horn,Ivory and pleasure. It removes all morbid matter C4 Pofdrat Street Casa 304 Liruvt em Wtdnttday, A*.. .

PLANTATION SUPPLIES India Rubber Dressing and Fine Comb; from the stomach purifies the Lloou andimpart. NEW ORLEANS.R : Class. 376 DTf1.IOil WeJattday, .*.*. 8'J860'!
Clan 3S8 Draws o 3 nJ.. .daJ. ,V }
renewed to the
vitality system. l86(
Fancy Toilet Soaps Pomatums Choice Class 400 Draws ?
; ; CH Wedattday. Ae.
giving it that tone and energy indispensable tfr t e 188ft'
etc. d restoration health. It H. L. RUTl Clan 412 Draws.. e.. Wtd.tda\. Aftf.2'' J
{J .CROCERIES Perfumery, wAH for the operates upon lal.E"'t. } 1890'-
*C.A the stomach,liver, and other digestive orguns.mildly J. U. ANDKRSO.I, 'fslkthassee :-E. .IU.Y 1 PRIZE TO EVERY 2
)! of which they will sell at reasonable prices. By TICKETS.
but powerfully and soon restores them THOI. J. PIIUIU & Co..
t8 Numbers
with al! articles in their -14 Drawn BalLU.
Jf J CONSTANT" keeping constantly supplied to condition essential to the healthy discharge };.C. Lewis ) _
SUPPLY OF line, snd by strict attention to business, they will endeavor -
of the functions of nature. Gissox & IlAaRUQoincy. I Capital Prize of $23,009:
to merit the heretofore bestowed
patronage Elderly persons may use the:fitters daily a* DCNHAM & PALMKa ,Mont/cello/ ., I Prize of. $15.000)) 64 Prizes of... .
/ Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders upon their pr ae..or. per directions on the bottle and they will find McN"" ".Tb& OBMONO, Newport. 1 Prize of. 6,1)001 6-1 Prizes of.. SiM,

Physicians' Prescriptions.: in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort BEARD & *) St.Marks. I Prize of. 4,077 64 Pmea of.. .".
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate, JAMES F'LOIKeyest.. 10 Prizes of. 1,500 61 Prizes of S
rl Particular attention paid to Prescriptions-careful invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic SMALLWOOD EU1.E & Co., 1 10 Prizes of. 1,2001 64 Prizes of". '
FLOUR WHISKY &C. & ly compounded from Pure Medicine, at hours- We have the evidence !Ii cw y.: -a
0. and generally. -
and rejuvenating RALPH Poar. 1 30 Prizes of ,000 3,504 Prize of :0
day night. of thousands of aged men and women November 23, 1850. :GO Prizes cf. 200i 8.22< Prizes of" .
rTerrn.s Cash On. Feb. 14, 1860. 8 who have experienced the benefit of using this --- -- 260 Prizes of_ ISO:; I'
{ De1:1very..EZ: preparation while suffering from stomach derangements Planter's H otc -

Tallahassee, May 8th, I860. 20-ly New and Reliable and general debility; acting( under 1 31,415 Triaea .. .. ... amounting. to -$5;8.ss;
I the advice of physicians\ they have abandoned Subscriber having purchased _
.A..B.TXOLES. all deleterious drug and fairly tested tho THE above Hotel respectfully in.i.., TICKETS S10 ; HAL\M ; QPARTHI;t
FANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS SOAP, Pumice Stone soap Champion merits of this article. A few words to the furms his friends aud the public in general III : I Certificates of Pjckarrsiu the above Schem |II

I. SILVER Cleaner Japanese Hoot and Shoe Polish, gentler sex. There are certain that periods when them !, that it is now opened for the aecutnnudution -, _ be drawn each WedresJiy. will be sold .t th. ....
: ; French Imperial Liquid Blueing-this liquid imparts their cares are so harassing many pf of PERMANENT: and TRANSIENT lowing rlte.hich is the risk :
FOR THE sink under trial. The relation of motherand
SOUTHERN TRADE20 to all kinds of Linens and Muslins the blue tint so the DOAUDEK3. G. C. TOWNSEND. Certificate Package: of 26VLoIe! Tickets i4I to
child is tender that the
much desired by Laundresses. no absorbingly Tallahassee, May ,1660.. i9tf.TAYLOR'S 26 Half '.
if she be is to .
mother especially young, apt .
---- --- ----- -- ''
.. ALSOCod 2C Quarter *
k her health in her extreme 350
Liver Oil, Rnshton's & Ielt{ mao'. celebrated forget own COTTON GINS. -0-

brands ; Queru's CoJ Liver Oil Jelly, flavored.- for arrive her infant.the Should the period of the maternity wear of 40 45 and 5O S iFS, fir sate! by I. ; Ordering? Tickets or CertiflcaUi,
during summer
GYRUS SAV/811101 The Jellifying of Cod Liver Oil enable body and mind is generallYlggra1'lted.season Here I A HOPKINS & COf u$" the amount of money to our JJnu,.IIr

( the most delicate stomach to receive then is a necessity for a stimulant to recuperate June 26, 18CU. 27-tl : you wish to purchaae ; name the Lottery i ia
and retain this I winch 'ou wish i it invested and whether
great remedy. } yea wia
.1 the energies of the system and enable the
Myers & Gorman i w Iwl.'v, IIjKes or Quarters, on of
receipt wLd
so. trials ,
under her
CHAMBERS mother to bear exhausting
STREET: NE\V YORK A FRESH STTPPtY OFrvENSLOW'S and responsibilities. Nursing mothers gene- j w,. .. ,:d what is ordered, bj first mail,togethe v4
RECEIVED, recent arri.-als from iitscheme..
I-yew !
BENZINE, Durnou's Catarrh rally prefer the Bitters to all other invigora- HAVE per
WIEIQDJ1m A1LE! ) IDWAGImm! IIHft J Snuff.Anodyne Toothache Drops.Pectoral Honey tore that receive the endorsement of physicians a splendid aasottineut of Iiiim.diately after the drawing Printed Dnwins.
of Liverwort, one of the very best remedies for : because it is agreeable to the taste as SILVER AND PLATE WARE, : : to by the Commissioners,a ilIbt MM,

'Combs, Fins, n'ritiny Desks Coughs,Colds, &c. { Roman Eye Balsam, Spadmg'] well as certain to give a permanent increase CuNblsTliC nr *ith an Explanation."Purchaeers .
Jewelry, Prepared Gluo of bodily strength. Fish Knives Cake do Napkin [ will please write their signitm
fBrul1atl. Needle Cup, Ri2?, Qilver
/ Work Boxes, Watches, All those persons, to whom we have particularly Salts incnes.4 plain,and give their post office,county sad Stat..

Porte Monaies Stationery, Musical Warts, CHOICE SECARS.ROCK referred abo.ve to wit: sufferers from Fine German Silver Plated Tea Setts!, Ice Pitchers, All ccm uniCllioDl.trictly confidential.
'Threads, Port Folios, erfumeryt, fever and ague caused by malaria diarrhoea, Cake Baskets, Ca..tota. Cjiidic lka.:; &p! |3ir"All prizes $1,000 and under paableillllDto
POTASH FIRST SORT. loss of and i duiely: after the drawing-other prizes at the ssel!
dysentery indigestion, appetite FiDe Setts uf J welry in Casell. Brooches, Ear:
Wood and Willow Ware
And ererj article! in the notio'a line PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary -ALSO- Our
required by ruc Single Number Lotteries
Southern Merchant: for Medicinal and Family purposes. occupation and nursing mothers will consult Table and Pocket Cullary Powder Flasks/ ,Shot ,

their own physical welfare by giving to Hos Pouches Caps, Wad*. Wad Cutters,Mterkchaum CXtt.TSi.taJl::. : : FxrlaBo: &GO.OOOI:
._" Faints, Oils and Glass : teller's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial.CAUTION. Pipes and a supply of the I DRAWS EVERY SATURDAY.

; j Linseed O.I boiled and raw ; Jewel & .-We caution the public against genuine LJeakia'robac Whole Tidied $10; Hahn $5; QuarttnV*.

SPECIALITIES : Son' Pare Lead, in Oil ; using any of the many imitations or counterfeits For sale low by MYERS& GORMAN. t 0rdet for Tickets or Certi6e..' in any rf
French and American Window Glass but ask for HOSTETTE&'S CELEBRATE Jane, 5, 1860. 24 the above Schmea to be dire.ssd '..
Snow While Zinc in Oil STOMACH BITTIRS and see that each bottle haa -- ---- ---- -- ---- --
: Eyed Needles I Cam, PaintBrushes aZ CO Wilmington
\It tawre4te'a WOOD EDDV ,
LaZr.ntI' OrT'iT 'H \ > Steel Pen.the Pla.ters ledger &c. /
? ne LawfeBC. 0& Putty, A.C.DEODORIZED. the words DT.J. HostetUr's Stomach Bitters"blown A.. JOEJNS: or WOOD. il>UY &; CO.,St. LonuM
> I Gold Pens warranted
,; : Lawrence.'." So .aaetfl4M faronte,.. |II| Uwrenc" Lead Penc'il.,.. all j rtylet. KEROSENE OIL. on the on metallic the side cap of covering the bottle the and cork stamped and I Dealer in and Manufacturer of all kinds oj tWCirCJIiarB free containing of Schemes addre.inuarh" for the BMSIIwi .
: ynt, expense by
i | bf
; Alan a llipe tier *** OSNABURG DEWING: THREAD ob*r..that one autograph signature: is on the ITALIAN ANn AMERICAN '.
All V ? in Balls, mall!! and large aid on spool..rraated Feather Dusters Varnish & Wldtewashri.iIae. I { Jrawinp*of Wood. Eddy & Ce. LoDer-
EOOdI r ,
,' <<#qaal to sampU and :\. represented Perticular attention given to packing. Kc.t. and label. sold : & MARBLE WORK in arc publuhi-d: in the: New York Herald N. TirkTiiucs
oonenient and by HOSTETTEB
Catalcp". with blank! foe 'memoranda supplied to purckatert en application. New Yorker Staaw: Z-itunj sal New Tad
and aold all
NaYim SMITH. :Pittsburgh PL. by
j er 3a859., 48-ly Choice :naC: >1'TU TB. ..Kip'tr'sNov. .
Fresh Sppply and dealers generally
druggist grocers
I '
CARDEN AND FLOWER throughout the United States South America BOX TOMBS, TABLETS! HEAD ETONES, AC. AC. 10. 57; 46-yeSrly _

'Nilliam P. Slusser Dissolution. .and Oennanj- f3T: Yard near th; Capitol, Talabastr! Fta.5f I
'a mm1IDsoOA ) All ortlrts prompllyltended 1.}. II I
HHHE heretofore between t
T Co-partnership existing Sold bySCO VIL& MEAD, New Orleans, La.,
JiLLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, JL the Subecrlbera. under the firm of HOPKINS SrA.xw S333BP. Wholesale Agents for the Southern State Doc. 27 1833.: lJyFLORIDA

: r Aimfacturer, of Oopper, Tin and Sheet MEGINNISS, was dissolved by mutual consent, Together with everything usually kept in Also sold by Amra & Lively, Miles Nah & Co.,
L Iron ..Wue Wholesale and Retail on the 31st I of May: last. All business of tbe firm a fint-class Drog Store. and J. R. Gregory & Co./Tallahassee ; J. W.Skip- RAILROADCHANGE
will be adjusted by A. HOPKINS Sc CO. who
; arc per, Newport; T. M Palmer and Scott &Tucker
r- Dealer) In Plain, Fancy and Ja- authorized to use the firm name in liquidation. For sale by J. R. GREGORY CO. Moo cello; Palmer&; Williams,Waukeenah. And

paned Ware. A. HOPKINS. ty dealers in medicines throughout the State. Thousands are daily speaking in the prtiis of Dr.

t STOVE HEAD QUARTERSI I D. B. MEGJ NISS. Stewart's Candies April 10, '60. 16-ly OF HOURS. Hatoii's Infantile Cordial, sad why?
'. 'A Splendid assortment of Cooking. Parlor and I It Tallahassee, June 19th, 1S60.CoPartnership.. because nettr fall to afford intlaxlattitt rthrj

; ..i\. Wood Staves trimed with neatness and dorabil1I 1 DROPS and Fig Drops,Guava Jelly, Pre WWARD M. WEST, ON follows and after! July 2nd, 1860, Train will run as when given in time. It act. as it by magic,and vet

;: ;, tty at reduced prices. I GUM Horse Radish Tomato Catsup Farina Au tJqqeer and Commission Merchant, Freight and :Passenger Train, Mondays, Wednesdays -I trial alone will convince you that what we say ii
!. OUT DOOR WORK. A. HOm.M: true. It coimtaineio4'aregoricorOplatS
I' a. C. rASKRILL.KOWAaO Crackers, Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powder.Refined and Fridays, will
I', ROOFING Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering BLADIOaD, ja., L. a. 8TATMR.H Shred Inngglas: for Jellies, Blanc Mange &o. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Leave :Femandma at.10,20 A. M. of any kind, and therefore relieves by rcwvMglbtajftring :
I Cupper, and Tin Cunducting Pipes, Sheet Lead,I >UE UNDERSIGNED entered into a Co-part- "DROMPTattentiontion: given to Consignments foXT BjlJrt-m at.2.20 P. MGaiuMville of your child instead of by dtadnaf>"
.t, Sheet Zinc,Lead: Pipes Patent Cistern Pnmps. Shop JL nerahipon the 1st day of June, 1860,under the Patent Air-Tight Glass his care. Rooms next door to Ames & Lively's I' at 7 25 tenttbihtiti.; For this reason,it eoinniends rtaalfM
work of every variety done at short notice. firm of A. HOPKINS & CO., for the transaction of Jars, Drug Store [Nov. 8, 859. 46DryGoods the only reliable preparation now known for Can-
Arrive Browonat. .!J 30
Train on TnesJajn Thursdays and Sat-
Are respectfully inmeJ lj give me a call beforv purchasing A. HOPKINS ------ -'- A..ex G-a,1.1.1.e, Passenger it THE BOWELS ACIDITT or THE STOMACI, Win 1 ,

elsewhere.J2T EDWARD BRADFORD, Jr., Articles for the Toilet. DEA.LIIL IX I urda)I, will COLD M THE HEAD, and Caocr also, for /Uaur
Leave Frrnandina, at. .. 12.45 P. !M.Baldwins lb\\
:i. 13.-All article. manufactured from the R. C. PARKHILL, Provisions 4- the gums reducing injlamatita, Ttglalif
*.. .. .. .. .345
'very best material: and warranted durable.. No other L R. STAYNER. D ANDOLINE, various kinds. an elegant dressing f "G.aineniil4 at .... 7.10 BOIled.Ifill, rdini1lK p4i..*,it haa M 'f /-ba| l
1-, article wiu be offered fur sale Tallahassee! June 19, 1860 26-tf -D for the Hair ; Sirage.s Ursioj, or Real Bears AND an anti-tpatmtdic it w used with ."f-Il,1fCCUI
Arrive at Bronson, at .. ..8.35
Oct. Grease Rose and German Lubin's Extracts Groceries in GeneraL I all of CUNTCLSION Frrs. As nhn
I 91855. n Flo. copy. ; Cologne, cases oa yoa
ewccd Train Moadj and Fridays
: ', .s and various other delicate Perfumes. Wheel Nov. 9, '58 46-tf [Flor. popy Passenger on } Wednesdays: the l.fe: and health of your children and wnji to"nil
___ willLeave
tp TALLAHASSEE FOIL er's Oriental Lotion far the complexion ; Porcelain them from those sad and blighting conlt4)lt) )'

SPRING AND SUMMER and Metal Puff Boxes Toilet Powder,Toilet Soaps, DAVin_r.:_HOGCI. A.:_rtaar_ _AMAKER.__ a Dronson Gimesville at.at .... ....7 830 A.M."! hich are certain. (.remit from tin ... ,f- W.

c rJI3.:1:! :!!:: !.B3.? a very choice and eztetsive variety. Rogue & Amaker, of B.ldwinat. ... .. 1140 It which all other remedie for Infantile Comptoj|
1OQO. are composed,take nont hI Da. E41'01't'llJruTIJ.ICO.DUI.
'. t AND RECEIVED a supply. of COSTAR'SRA ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Arrive at Fenmndina..2.25 P.M. ., this yon can rely upon. It i 15 perf 1I7

; Harness Establishment. PRATORIUF& CLARK JUST TJ.ROACH &C., Tallahassee, Florida Freight and and Stituedsys Prffsengir. : Tiain will ou Tuesdays, Thursdays harmleM, and cannot injure the most deCcats b
-0- ,-Ua e now in Slore a Full Assortment of-> EXTER1HNATOB," at the Corner nrugStore formed a co-partnership the practice of Leave Bronson nt.320 AM.'. Price,25 cents. Full directions accompany ew

1 : subscriber having purchased the interest of of J. R. GREGORY & CO. HAVE, and will attend to any professional business !- .. Gaiuesvl'le! at .. ..5.50 bottle. Prepared only by

THE Me- DAVID K HULL, in the Carnage, Cloths 111j11 Drillings, entrusted to their care. 0 UitUwia at. .. ... 10.50 II.nh'e:1t Sold by CHURCH CHURCH& DUPONT.DmprJ* DUP03T,)

Saddlery: and Harness businesssohong kept by him, ft Citrate of Magnesia. May 18, '58 21 \. Fnrcandma at.C.35 P. M. No. 409 Broadway, NOy .T
would respectfully inform the inhabitants: of Leon aud J. J-:. LARKIN,
; njjeming counties ihit ho will continue tbe bn:.- Casslmers, f ST ElarsallesVestings TillS popular and delightful Apericnt i i. rnanufic-. 3VXdlo PJotloo.: Enginesraud Scpetiiitendcnt.Fernandina AMES &: LIULY.Tanabaneo. And DTI

ites in all its branches, at thc olJ stand, where may in small quantities at a lime so as to be always /. B. TAYLOR. J. B. BOXD. July 3, 1860. :23 pjHNjiuble Druggists' throughout the country.

l'e found .t all times. //n; Vestings, fresh. Seltzer Aperient Soda and Seidlitz DRS. TAYLOR & BOND March 13, 60. 13-ly--.ow

S. xfaicayt, Buggies, Road Wagons, Saddles, Powders fresh ; Compound Syrup of the Phosphatesor HAVE associated in the practice of Medicine.- NASH & CO. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. I ,

,.- Ilorncts, 'Bridles, Whips Trunks Spring (nfjW! \ ] &0" Chemical Food. at the Old Stand of Dr. Taylor. MILES TilE undersigned especially informs hit fce 4

f and Machine Belting Coatings'J\ iHJ &c. ROCK SALT FOR STOCK. Tallahassee, February 8, 1869. 7 Dealers in! Drags, Medicipes! &e> the public generally, that he has setRet1ied

1 Of every variety And iu C.ct. uvcry article usually inform therfriert4s and the pub from Easiness
kept in Mich au oeUMuhaitui ; aud be hopes by at. have hand nor
on a goodafionmentof
: Which they arc prepared to Manufacture to Orderat FEBBT;
; Icutioniothe of his merit HABPER'3
intent:* customers, to a FACTORSAND I such anicleaas in their GONE TO
.. are generally kept .
: lie! Shortest uoiice and in the Most Fashionablemanner. Filled with the Burners. -
evutiuoance of the luitroliage *J liUcrallv: bestowed mostapproved rhubsanyIntention
of business and will be
AND line receiving regularly
his pruJeceMior. J. K I'UllUY.( Also nn extiiisive assortment of x !
;.f UpOn iieshsLppIie Their terms ahallbc reasonable.Tallanassee of Going to TeX.1
f!. The ubscribcr would alui inform Lis frieuds and 51 ca uid Youth' Clothing, Fluid ( ". !.. thc public, that he .Iiil: continue the Ageucy of the AIIDFURNISHING Burning .NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF,
wchlknown and justly celebratedYhecler! & Wilsonhewiag GOODS. BlsllttS
: Machine All for sale at the lowest living prices. They re- in all its various branches,
Stpt.20.1S3'J. 39 apectfullj solicit a call from their old friends and customers w. M. TOKXO, I -
I ___ Charleston S. C.
4 Education. at their old stand opposite the Marine Bank JIB3B8IE IE1PL3o[ M. R. TUNNO, }I I ON"E"Y dJ :XjXs

200 fuot street opposite the Post-office 5O
Agency. (
. : CflE BOARD OF EDUCATION constituting rear of Mr.: Znker'a Hsrnet Shop. where ha W'
tWo Are receiving new goods monthly. ,
t 1the Truitrta uf the Slate Seminary West of thebwaii.uee March 27, I860. 14 Expected to Arrive Soon. -; :- to crrry on the basinets aa it should be ** : F

,'. .. Iccatcd w Tallahatkcc: Florida d. alto to \TATER ; A large and well aeleot- IN the absence of one of our firm Messrs. D. C.Vu..on Patented Dec. 27th 1859. ing.grateful for the liberal l patronage hwV j

."S: f'mlol.y)| three atustact teachers to supply vacancies NEW GOODS. CONGRESS To>th and Hair Brushes, Paint Varnish & SON of Tallahassee, Fla., will repre- tended to him, he would respectfully *****''jt "a
5) that Late occurred in lie! School. two competent and White-wash Brushes ; A complete stock of sent us, receive and advance upon alt Cotton designed WE call the attention of the public to our new wanes of the same, hoping by his OWl ,.<** .1
<4 -:::;:- Plow satisfied that it i i. the most
iiutrucuuu the Latin and feeling
f Kite in Kugliih. l"rcocb. utensils for Grain Porte Monaies Violin for us. fort and to render et.tirt":"
. lg, Strings. prompt attention,
cheek! Languages: ; cud one iu Mathematics and Mrl- I JOSEPH WEBER, -- IIANCKEL,TUN O & NOWELI., convenient valuable and economical FLOW yet invented lion. IL B. F1."... I

1- I'orj- Taclica. T., teachers well! qualified and with ON TUBEXPECTED Jan. 31, '60. 6 Charleston, S. C. and must when it hal been tried, so per cede all April 23. 1860. l&-tf (IFIor.eepINSURANCE f
. 0:110 cxHricufx-( in leaching;: a .alary! of $h200 for MERCHANT TAILOR other.. Thi ia the opinion of experienced planter t.
Teactcn when coniikte| one will be selected by LaDDEALSa IN DAILY. CALL &. BREYARD, *, and call the special attention of the public that $TNA
C jhe Board of Education 10 a<.t as Principal with uuJJ.tioual 'I those wishing may secure them soon. The PLOW! OF HARTFpRD.
iI ReadyMade Clothing TT7HITE WIXB VINEGAR, Raspberry Vinegar 'At"forn.eys a't X..n.w, be at and will leave
'" : couipcii.itiou < f three hundred dollars for can seen Lloyd, we pattern distributed I
.' ': October Ut, I860 and end July bt, 1861. Comma. AND QCXTLZMBl'l Fresh Lobsters, fresh Salmon, Fresh Mackerel, HAVING associated. themselves in the practice of Wanted. HONEY &. LLOYD. Incorporated in
1 II .uication my be ad J rowed until the 1st of September Pickled Onion, Pnnes, Date, Andrr oo'* Solace ., uffer their profeuioc' ] services. to the Jan.. 10/60. 3-tf !
I to F. EPPKS, President Furnishing Goods, Tobacco,Maeaboj Snuff Waterproof Majohes.Rose. public. They will practice in the Circuit Courts of gash Oapita1-$1,090OOO

.1 Hoard of Education. Tallahassee,Fla.ubccriber Castile Transparent Soap Sperm Oil,a pyre article the Middle District., Supreme Court and District FOR SALE. D --
_ D..dUGI
June! :1)). 1860. S7-tf Richmond'Whig c .py for sewing Nfhinet.WHKELER'S Court of the United Stale at Tallahassee. HOUSE and LOT together wkh INSUBE AGAINST LOSS AND
{ A
. ar: Office Rutgers'. buildiagoverbe SouthWestern ON TERMS ADArrfil .
the which fFIRB,
is now receiving at his store next oat-buildings, are very I
BLACK-SMITHINC. re- situated the TO THK < .
R H. Berry's Aucl oaa'Room. a well-selected pleasantly on principal road U*
" "':.)' SUBSCRIBER curs notice that he has lock SPRING i SUMMER GOODS,aai table! for Son-Barn. Freckles Pimples, 31, 1860. 4-4f and near the Depot, wiUii0 a few mo--_ AKD CONSISTENT WITH THB (
I :.... 'I'Uf. &..d hi. BLACKSMITH! SHOP again iu Gentlemens' Wear and alt erapuoa of the Skin. For sale at the Corner meat walk of the Capitol. It baa thereon In excel- COMPENSATION. s
connection with his Lniar STAII.RII, where he will Consiliu iu part of- by ; HEXRJ lent well of good water, fruit tree,fec.which make. B. C. LEWIS, Agente. ...

I Ii have dune aU kinds of Plantation and Carriage work. French and English Cloths COMMISS'ION I I -:MERCHTNT.TALLAHASSEE it very convenient sod desirable to one that may rw Tallahassee an iIvlCl5
J I! -ALSO- H & CO.'S INIMITABLE HAIR wish for a pleasant siUatioa. CaU ml nt it. lep22 '51 33
Casslmeres and Testings.of COLORING, warranted to restore grey hairto FLORIDA. JOHN BOWMAN
. HORSE SHOEING in the very beet the latest style and best quality which he is i it* original color, al the Corner Drag Store. Tallahassee Feb. Srr.
aud will euileator pre advances made o;' Cotton or Tobacco 21, 1860.ADMINISTRATOR'S. 9-tf A.T OC>
inanocr use
every pared to make up to order in a workman-lite aud I. R. GREGORY & CO. LIBERAL to his friend in Neiv York. 00.,
to luve work done with dispatch aud &
UshionaMe manner, tad on reasonable krmI. SIGHT EXCHANGE NEW YORK in NOTICE. A.
to suit custonicr AI.o a general assortment ofI.ec.A.cie Aromatic Tonic Bitters.'pIIESE 1ST ofFenq their Ian* kJ If s9.
. : I 1' n DJWKA sums to sqit purchasers. H. L.R. persons baring claims or demands ARE GOODS AT C03T.eoa. I
., ;; J January II. 1S.DCirrIagev.Bngg1es1-2 O O.h.Iz15.; invaluable BITTERS are a great RKSTOIATIVE Sept. 7, '68 37 ALL& the estate of Jabez B. Bull deceased LS8 BERAOE:
Black and Fancy Silk Cravats and Ties ; Shirts; j_ in all cases of Debility incident to a, APPLET8U1I3a5I8U1'They L
; r .- r. and Harness, Merino,Silk and Couon Uoder-aUita; Collars ; Half warm chnftte, persons who are recovering from wok- OJbt.ei.j9. :D<<. -'W oert, are requested to present them, properlj PINE '"'

,. PUB IALK BY'I hose. Gloves ; &C., tc.nyile new will Sad them an excellent Tonic. Those laboring DXAUCR INzctrizs authenticated,to the undersigned within invite the attent elpart"JOlle

'I p. B. BP.OKAW would take this method of reinrniug thanks vader Dvtrtrtu and ItrsraKanoar will find them art two years from this date or they will be 19,1860. 26R.

'I rT\UE: Scbacnber haseat: recerrti t to) his old ccitomen for the liberal patronage heretofore advantages, taken an hour or so be m meaJs, in Qttiisim Htnmllir.o barred ; and those indebted will make H. DEBK" -
: J. .cry larre supply! of Carrasx btowed on him, and trusts by atria attention fact they will be found aa excellent Tonic in almostall -: ment immed pay. (
3tely. JAS.
Buggies;. and ILirnew. which lie
for sale 1 on the 'no t rcai.nialk: : \ tcraj JOSEPH \VEBLR: For die at the Corner Drag Storu. ] prompt attention. Administrator' de bonia noa. MERCI1AN'...... 31Tte.jnjvezruIa.iept {
:':0.. s 18I1.;: March 20, 1869. 13 J. R. GREGORY & CO. February 14, 1860.I (J. 8 August 4, 1860. 32-8w I' !:>


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