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: September 1, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00418
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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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TilE STATE, TTTOULD return his grateful acknowted W. I. Clarke, Esq.,
I IS THE TIME! VV I ments to the citizens of Southern Georgia
-0- : To get the most desirable SEWING MACHINE tnd Middle and East Florida, for the very HAVING AT LAW respectfully offers -

SPRINC & SUMMERAT AH ACT to amend the 8th section of the 6th ever invented, for family use. beral patronage received from them during his service to the.public. All claims for cot

article of the. Constitution of the State of PRICE $40, ,CASH die past five or six years. lection or other business entrusted to him will
THE- Florida. Liberal deduction to whohsale purchasers. He will continue the practice of the above be promptly attended t,
rofession in those sections of country, and t 3"; OFFICK iu the !
1. Be it enacted hy the Senate Read the fallowing !and then call at rm new bulling oppositethe
has made such with manufac-
CASH t{ & E _CHANGeaQMS( SECTION arrangements firm o/A., Hopkins fc Co. ,
office in the Southwest base
Representative of the State Capitol ( corner turers of Dental Materials, North, as to enable 7 "
July I860.
T A U..\H.,::;->Eli; :, KLOKIOA of Florida in Gtneral Assembly convened I ment) and see for yourselves : 28-Cm(
-or- him to put up full setts of teeth, in any of the --- --
Ch emic1n PerfumerySurpical' Instruments,Paints That the 8th section of the 6th article of the E. L. T. BLAKE, i popular modes, at from fifty to one hundred i ii Walulla Circuit Cvurt.-In Equity.
Oils, \Varamhes Uje-Staff, &0. Constitution of this State shall not hereafter Sole owner of the Patent for the
G. W. Scott 4 Co. -ALso- dollars less than is usually charged for the Mary EL Lawreccel )
be so construed as to render any Justice of July 14, 29 State of Florida. in the South be what he *
I3runlirs, Combs and Fancy Toilet Articles ; Medi .ame ; ( means says,) vs. [I Bill of Divorce.
cioe Chests of all sizes fittsxl up in complete the Supremo Court, Chancellor or Judge of and guarantees them to be as durable, beautiful Francis M. Lawrence
-: :- .tjle with Pure Medicines. tills State ineligible to either of the offices of TALLAHASSEE, FLA., June 12, 1860. .nr1 .....;<.a 1.1a. ...nJQ put Tip North )
TT u* o e Mikcaction oi me Court
O'1:7: X 8TOO Justice of tho Supremo Court., OLnoelor] or I hereby state that I purchased ftora L. L. or South. |
of Goods in this I by affidavit filed that the defendant in this
JJrery variety required Of Drags, editings, &c., embraces: every article Judge of this State, upon the ground that T. Blake Esq., one of Moore's Sewing Ma Those in need of his service, can, by drop- Bill resides out of tka State of
:Dl.A.R.E..ET.: required by-the Physician, and guaranteed of the the same j is another and different office, stationor chines. Judging from the encomiums be- ping a note to him at either Monticello or Florida, it u
l first and Planters ordered that a hearing be had the fact
quality Country Physicians m.) J post:I of honor and emolument, stowed upon it by those members of mjr family Madison, Fla, have the work done, and timeto upon
their orders in Bill
rely on hating filled in the best maDD..r.and I charged SAid before the Judge of the
-:o:- at the most reasonable pncra. [9th General AloIIembly.-IAASed: the Sen. who understand the use of such things, I test it before paying for it. Middle Circuit of the State Florida the

March 2T. 1860. 14 ate by the constitutional majority January 8, would suppose that said Machines cannot well ..tThe best references given if desired. first of October on
25xITh; {!I @@@: 1859. Passed the House of Representatives be surpassed for simplicity of arrangementand December 25, 1858. 52 Monday next. It is further
ordered, that a of this order be
WHITE LEAD tho constitutional ..... copy published
by majority January 12, beauty of stitch. ''''-'' '''' '-'V "''-' /
in the Floridian and
Journal once a w& k:
Zinc, Paints, Colon, &c. 1858] HUGH A. CORLEY.
DE1YY DRY GOODS Co-Partnership heretofore existing un- for the space of three months. .
bUtt just received and keep conkUnlly on band, -
I r for sale, on the most reasonable term., AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the From Mrs. Mary L. Ball, Tallahassee. the style of the undersigned firm, has Passed at Chambers this 29th day'of*June. ,
French and American Zinc Paints been dissolved the 30th of June last. All A. D., 1860.
En.Qli.h.Boiled 13th article ofthe Constitution of Ui State. on
I have been using for some time one of the
Plantation Goods and Haut Linseed Oil Red Lead business of the late firms of HEIR & RUST j. WA YLES.:BAKER;"J7
SECTION 1, Be it enacted by the Senatf Moore\ Machines," and am satisfied that it is ,. .
and Patent and RUST & CO will be settled June 29th, 1860. 3m-27. :
Litharge Dryers, Verdigris and house Representatives of the State oe one of the best labor saving machines in use, HEIR by

t Black Paint, Varnish Florida in General Assembly convened, That and take pleasure in recommending it as RUST & MEAGHER. KOTICKALL -
) aIBD'OmSAND es, Venetian Red, French the 7th section of the 13th article of the Con such. HEIR, RUST & CO. who have demands
rand American stitution of this State be amended I Tallahassee, July 20, 1860. any against
so as to
SCNRISE, JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLA., ) estate of James W. Dabney, late of
Ochres, Lamp Black, read, all liabilities of such Banks shall bepayable April 5th 1860. f Leon county, deceased, are called to.

") Whiting, Paris "IVTiite, in specie, and the aggregate of the This is to certify that I have one of Moore's COop AnTNERSHIP.TIlE present them, without delay, to the upon under
) American ..n S Patent Family Sewing Machines, which has signed administrator of said estate ; and all
Putty, Window Glass, Painters deposits) shall at no time exceed double the on as usual at the old stand by the
Tu mMifiGS been in use eight months. It will sew from creditors, legatees and persons entitled to
Brushes, Graining Combs,
r March 27. I860 M LIVELY. C.I [Oth General Assembly.-l'assed the Sen- all the sewing for the family and made all the on the 1st instantRUST demands will be barred at the expiration of
I EMBROIDERIES AND HOSIERY ate by the constitutional majority January 4, fe; MEAGHER.. .
k negro clothes-will with any kind of two; years, unless exhibited within the same.
: QUININE. I 1839. Passed the House of Representativesby thread. I can recommend the Machine to Tallahassee, July 21, 1860. Those indebted to the estate are called

:1k !B'iJ') : &)[}{I IAD @[g&) H 1000 AVINO Ounces bought Sulphate this article before of Quinine.the advance 1858.the] constitutional majority January 10, any any person in use.that wants ALFRED one, as being RAYSOR.as goodas NOTICE for expect immediate to bo cu.ed.payment, otherwise they upon may

. fJ in price. I am prepared to sell i it on very persons indebted to'the late firms of
. sonable terms. To Physicians, and parties in rt"a-I ALL & RUST and HEIR RUST & WILLIAM BLOXHAM, Adm'r.Jnly .
AN ACT to amend the amended Constitu- MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ALABAMA AT ,
7 1860. 28-8w
.t.Ii trade who want a quantity, for CASH,can buy of us ,
as low as in any market North or South. tion of the State of Florida in relation to MOBILE. CO. will call and l settle their accounts due on v 'J -- ---..-- .-... ,
'OSO'WBlmQHA.TS' March 24, 1860. M. LIVELY. the sessions of the General Assembly. milE Lectures will commence on the 14th January 1st, by cash or by notes. NOTICE.S

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Sena I November next. RUST & MEAGIIER. ) months after f\le\ first publication of

jet,.. FRESH Congress SUPPLY, just Water.received and for sale and House of Representatives of the State of The success of the school has induced the '.. Tallahassee J / '.. _-.., July.." ..21-.,._1860_, ,. .. _"30..'- V_ this notice, the undersigned, administrn-
A by M. LIVELY. Florida in General Assembly convened, That State Legislature to appropriate fifty thousand JUST RECEIVED.! trix; of the estate of J. I. L. Green, deceased

and the members of the House of Representatives dollars towards the enterprise. With FINE GOLD WATCHES late of Leon county, will present her final account -
S UPERIO1t Burning Fluid,CampLene,Kcrunene shall be chosen by the qualified voters, this sum the Trustees have built one of the VT PENTS Ladies do do do and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of
CAPS and U'd Oils, for sale by
Z March 27. M. LIVELY. and shall serve for the term of two years largest and best appointed Medical Collegesin Gold; Spectacles. Chatalain Chains! Probate of Leon county and ask to be dis

OIL CLOTHS & MATTING from and :after the day of the first election the United State Gold and Silver Pen and Pencil Cases, charged. ELCY GREEN, Adm'x.
A(I, : T-u.rn.i.p Seed under the amended Constitution, and no June
The Museum has been selected in every Silver Ware 30, 1860. 276m.KOTICE .
of'S. CORNICES &. CURTAINS, I FOR FALL PLANTING. longer; and the sessions of the General Assembly part of Europe with the greatest care, and is> Plated do, -

: 'T.! t'I", \. ;\cy' RUTABAGA, Red Top and FUt Dutch Turnip shall be annual, and commence on rich in specimens to illustrate every depart Pocket hereby given that at the next session
HARASSJAILS;1 .r;.._;; u OJ __..._ .1 large Drumhead, Green Glazed ..ndother the 3d Monday of November in each year, Cutlery, IS of
Cabbage seeds, received .nd for sa'e' by ment. Mctalic Fish Bobs, etc, Ac, and for sale the General Assembly, application will be
. just at such other times be
\k as
or may prescribedby There throo free to the
are large Hospitals! low MYERS & GORMAN'S.Tallahassee made for alteration amendment
Aur( 2',1..60' 35- f] AMES A LIVELY law. at an of; or to
IRON AND OILS Students. July 21,1860. 30 the Charter Peasacola and Geo.and the
crd N"o"t.oe: "to .11. SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the The rooms for practical Anatomy will be Tallahassee Rail Road Companies.July .
k -0- Representatives: shall be chosen: on the first opened about the middle of October. BLACK-SMITHING I 28 1860.
returning his thankn tor the very liberal pttron- in October in each and second 91X
IN Monday every -0FACULTY- has resumed work i in town
undersigned --- "-"- "-'- --
e bdf."lo'ore bestowed upon bun, the undersigned TIlE
GROCERIES would respectfully inform the public that he year from and after the first election underthe : : has opened a Shop in the same building NOTICE.S .

till conliuues theCRRI.'GE amended Constitution, or on such other J. C. MOTT, M. D.. Professor of Surgery. with Mr. Kubn'lI Carriage Shop, opposite months after date, the undersigned will

BUSINESS Jay as may be diicctcil by law. J. F. IIEUST1SS, M. D., Prof., of Anatomy. the Exchange,where all kinds of Blacksmithing present his final account and vonchets to

WGD 'iJ' in all its various branches at tie OLD STAND or- SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, Tint the \VM. II. ANDERSON, M. D., Prof.of Physiology will be done with ncatneSnd despatch. the Judge of Probate of Leon county, and
posite the Boole Store,and hopes by strict siteniun Senators shall be chosen by the qualified and Pathologv. lIe can refer: with confidence to those who apply for a final discharge from the administration .
-AJfDMCULTURAL to his bust sees to merit a continuance of a share if electors for the terra of four years at theme have him heretofore for the char-
GEO. A. KETCIIV, M. D.. Prof. of Princi- patronized on the estate of Mary M. Towrjtend,
the public patronage.lie time, in tho same manner: and in the aid Practice of acter of his work., deceased late of said .
ples Medicine. county.LYMAN
: IMPLEMENTS would also inform the public that ha has fitted where vote fur members of
Pr op a room at his shop for taking I same places they F. A. ROSS, M. D., Prof of Materia Medica FRANCIS PAYNE. SMITH, Adm'r.
the House of Representatives and no person and January 8, 1858. -tf March 10 1860. 11-6m
-:0-: : PEJOTOGlXEJ: : : shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, Therapeutics. --- .. ........ "'""- ...... v r.. J -, """""'
Pictures taking from a small size op to a cabinet F. E. GORDON, M. D., Prof. of Obstetrics
and life lize. DACccaiorrrEs and a citizen of the United States, and shall have FOR SALE NOTICE7ALL
copied enlargedU
A large assortment of the abore articles constantly and Diseases of Women and Children.J. .
on hand and telling at the > life size,cither on paper or caumss ready for pain. been an inhabitant of this State for two W. MALLET, Prof of Chemistry. PLANTATION IK JEFFERSON COUNTY.I persons having: claims 6r demands

a ting.; 10 '60. 3 -Ir WM KUIINS.Jan. ( years next preceding his election, and the GORONWY OWEX M. D.. A. P. HALL, OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in unst the estate of George N. Heir, deceased _

1 Lowest CASH Prices. last year thereof a resident of the district or M. D., Demonstrators of Anatomy. Jefferson county. It consists of 1,000 late of Leon county, are requested to

IfS.IL TAYLOR'S' COTTON GINS. countyfor: which he shall be chosen, and II. D. SCHMIDT, M. D. Prosecutor of Sur acres of fine Cottpn Land, 670 acres cleared, present them, properly authenticated, to the
TaHaba.) .,Jane 19, 1860. C8-tf !shall have attained the age of twentyfiveyears. and of this 500 acres are fresh. This tract undersigned, within the time prescribed by
45 and SO S." for sale by gcry.Address law will be barred and all those in-
or they
ye: GEO. WALTON KNIGHT 40 & CO W. H. ANDERSON, lies within 10 miles of the Pensacola and
SKO. 4 Bt it further enacted, That the debtel will make immediately.
well watered and payment
June 26, 1860. 27-tf July 14. 29-3ra Dean of Faculty. Georgia Railroad is adjoinsa
aCt ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, classification or"Senators made at the first large body of good pine land abounding in ROBERT HEIR, Adm'r.

TALLMiASSEE. FL\ Fulton session of the General Assembly, held in the :MILES NASH & CO.. the best of timber. Apply to July 14, 1860. 29-8w_
- t0ffice at Messrs. Ames &. Lively' Drug Store Foundry,
shall continue
unchanged, one-
), year E. W. GAMBLE, Tallahassee. NOTICE.S ,
in Medicines &c.
-I Dealors Drugs ,
Ma* t, 18CO. 19-ly TALLAHASSEE, :I ,ORIDA. l half of whom, as nearly AS possible, shall be May 26, 1860. 22 lX months after date, the undersigned will
chosen-hereafter biennially for the term of received from New York, per bark
GEORGE S. COLLINS JUST his final accounts and vouchers to
JOHN CARDY present
Dc.t&t Proprietor. four Provided, however, and it is hereby Gamble, a general assortment of articles RICHARDSON'S IRISH LINENS, DAMASKS -
of Leon
ttarnt X fcarnnstUur at ah1 I the Judge of county, as exofficip -
]! STEAM ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse declared, That the term of office of that in our line such as Oils of almost" every DIAPERS, & administrator on the state of V. V.
cTllto' TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. built to order. of the best'rnaeHal and class of Senators unexpired the first election kind, Burning Fluid, White Lead, Zinc and
13TOf.c our lit State Bunk power, I CONSUMERS of Richardson's Einens, and Skrine, deceased, late of said county, and ask
Kb 2i. 1360. 9 workmanship, and as cheap as can be purchased und r the amended: Constitution, shall other paints Window Glass of best quality, ; \J those desirous of obtaining the genuine to be discharged therefrom.H. .

MEDICAL NOTICE. in New York or any Northern city extend to and expire on the first Monday in Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Gelatine : goods, should see that the articles they purchase T. BLOCKER, Fx-officio Adm'r '

and laid down in Florida. Castings for SawMills October, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. London Mustard, French Brandy (very are sealed with the full name of the firm, !! April 7, 1860. 15-6m -

-to, DR. GEORGE BADGER Gin, Gearing, &c., & i.. OFFERS his_profp..ional.enit"e. to the citizen. hand. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 inches in election for Assemblymen under this Constitution Lemon Syrup, Inks, Quinine, Peruvian :Bark, I J. N. "J'N T R

:.U rSeD WOffic* at* tbe and City surrounding Hotel. country. diameter always on hand or made to order. shall take place on the first Mondayin Fluid Extract Buchu, tc. &c. and a general as a guarantee of the soundness and durabilityof MONTHS after the first publication of

Jaw 5, 1860. 24-tf Some beautiful patterns of IroDjftailipg for October eighteen hundred aid sixty, and assortment of Popular Patent Medicines. We the Goods. SIX notice, the undersigned executor of
grave yards, &-c. \ the first session of the General Assembly keep none but the very best and hope to merit This caution is rendered essentially necessary the last Will and testament of N. N. Branch

Fire Insurance Jobbing work of all descriptions executed under this amended Constitution shall com your patronage. as large quantities of inferior and defec- deceased, late of Leon county, will present

: Slate Fire and Marine Insurance Co., with neatness and desp tch. A1te.rdera ad-' mence on tho third Monday in November in MILES NASH & CO. tire Linens are prepared, season after season his final account, as such executor, to th..
dressed John Cardy, Ta1IIMCIj Florida, the year eighteen hundred and sixtyone.SEC. March 29, 1850, 18 and scaled with the name of Richardson, by Judge of Probate of said county and ask to,
PENNSYLVANIA. will promptly attended tE" I.*'' 6. Be it further enacted, That the Irish Houses, who, regardless of thg injury be discharged. JOHN D. BRANCH.
iNSURE against loss by Fire on the usual RONEY & LLOYD'S thus inflicted alike on the American consume;
General not
sessions of the Assembly 12,1860. 20-6m Executor.
Y 1 terms. F. H. FLAGG, Agent. Tmn.I".n- -. ..,... extend over thirty days in duration, unless a PATENT SOUTHtRNEIcw. and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods '.... '-"......." _..-_ ___' r____:_
Tallahassee Dec 18,1858. 51, SPECIAL-p.-NOTICE.- a., \onstitntional majority of the members shall : will not readily abandon business. so profit- NOTICE '

I. t. AVDERSOV.Anderson: WK. D. )(UoTO-. purcKaaed the intefni ofJoseph deem it expedient. No member shall recede this. PLOW able, while purchasers can be imposed on with SIX Months after the first publication of
& Milton HAYING in lie Fulton Foundry well as } pay from the State for his services INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to use Goods of a worthless character. notice, the undersigned will presenthis .

all accounts dqe the epjicern, the brAineea after the eipiratign of thirty days continuously sold by J. BULLOCKE & J, B. LOCKE, Ag'ts, final account and vouchers to the ,Judge '
PAYNE Blacksmith.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, will hereafter be dug4zne. Those from'tne commencement of jbe session. FRANCIS 36 Church St., New York. of Probate of Leon county, as executor of the

AKDIOLICITOR8 iudfibted will fotwjM ad settle Sic. 7. BeftwrjfljtXThaf e act Tallahassee May 12, 1860. 20 Sept. 24, 1859. 89-ly estate of A. L. Fisher, deceased, late of s id
please ..
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I I IN EQUITY, their account JOti&1DY. entitled an act to amend So CoBititutioo """ ""' ''''''''' '''''''V ''''''''' county, and ask to be discharged.

alsOFe M/lO'aa, ,Jscki, c..ty,FlIJ. January 7, 60 .,4-' this Sjtate, so as to'make! 'the session of tsiTCU Sulphur Springs, New Goods, ALFRED A. FISHER, Ex'tr.

HAVE formed a co-partnership in the prac: -. a ; Assembly Biennial inttead of annual, '> NEW PORT, FLORIDA. April 28_,_1860. 18-6m'

'ashctw f1 .ad of Law, and will attend with!,fidelity ___ gua .and the same u hereby abrogated and Bed 1OS.>/ L. A. MADDEN respectfully informs RARE INDUCEMENT.-- VN "NOTICE. 'f.
promptness to any basinesv tnoted totheir : so iur.as the same is ineonaiatentwWa 111'her '
friend and the who desire
,, public may -0T -- months after the first publication this
care in the Circuit Courfa of Jacbon, 6 is ,act.- .
fro visit the SULPHUR SPRINGS forheahthorpTe.asure SIX
[Franklin. Calhoun and Washington; i ia the otreeeDt&tiTei by BEG leave respectfully to draw the attention the undersigned executor of.the
0. that she has had the Wa- JL of the citizens of Tallahassee and ad-
Supreme Court at Mariann;,-and in the Unite lritJ&tiu&ry 15,1859. last Will and testament Archibald Graham,
States District Court at Tallahassee -. ,<* .- mi- kulla- flOfEL tat in good order, and is pre- joining counties to the fact that I am now inpossession deceased, late of Leon county, will presenthis

Apalacliicola.! f '' ,- & paHd to peeommodate* them with Board andLodIng. of a complete and well assorted final account as such executor,to,th'Judgfl
ASU : Her'table lied with SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK, of said and ask be dis
.February 4, 1860. J 6_ the the market ordo-inclnJ: PRKSHJTjag Probate county : tq
1 pest ng COMPRISING Of charged. W. G. PONDER, Ex'tr.
D. '
, 'APr HUGH .u.cUL ;1zuuEARr.DrS1ATJ rL9tb1Ie6o. TtaBath Hokse at the upper spring Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Fan- April 28, 1860 16-6m

PAP Y& ARCHER. '. ms thteoinOtit1ed is'imflna condition forbathing, and has giventiskctloto.l1 cy Goods, Straw and Millinery Goods,

II ATTORNEYS ATTallahatsts 'L\'W.., t.' -- ___ who nay have visited thesprigsihitae.as9n. Groceries and Wooden Ware NOTICE

Florida -: : .; .,8*; July 14, 1860. Watches and Jewelry, &C., MOVTIJS after date the undersigned
; Jul\ 9, 1859- \ 28 f $ES
,__ to the Judge of Probate of Leon
L Grateful for the liberal patronage heretofore county,
vs \\M.:a MCDONALD & CO's,1: 1 j.--, & Itbisa r1 E PLANfinoN: own as "De Solo," bestowed upon me I respectfully solicit M executrix on the estate of Lewis P. Holla-

6hbtrtising In} Cmmiui Jh_ AUa .J.lliut rehmJi' of Tallahassee. It continuance of the same, and invite the pub, day, deceased, late of said county, and ask tQ

NO 102 NASSAU STREET, ,- j.t: J -. .: .tm aist.t -=- Cared land and 240 in lie to call and give us a trial. Respetfully, be discharged therefrom. ,
.. : "
\ .aw Toa.dfertisementa j.d fr w ,. _- .. :CJ_ Apply I to April 14, 1860, .. 16. July 21, 1860. 30-rr6j
will b*TCe&dAithis C. B. GAMBLE __ ------- -, .--..........
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Publication l _
in paper. ii ..r or T. J, PERKINS. NOTICE NQTICL

20, 1 34: : h Mayit 6, 1860. 22 will be made at the next MONTHS after date the undersigned

!,1.PPUC"""ON will he .... ; r, fir 1! .. -.-: t.- APPLICATION General Assembly ,of the SIX present her final accounts and vouch ..

& ion of tie General -. '5 State of Florida for a Charter of a Railroad era to the Judge of Probate pf Wakulla county .

*. for a Charter of a0 .R&i1 be made to the next commencing at some point on the Gulf at or as administratrix on the estate of JMM .
-u';, Tana B y Or r .__ Assembly of this or between Doer Harbor and Apalachicola! to Wiggins, deceased, late of said.cpunty, an4.]
- -- ,.11' ,. -'-, .he St..Joh. .. : RXT ; tiaRaroad from the connect with the Pen.-& Geo. R. R or. in the ask to be "r.
.., :" ',': -- tkCSL JoLts to Indian kiver.qlfr1MO direction of Tallahassee. discharged.ANN adm'x.July "'- ....
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H GEN. MILTON. .. :Yanceyand; tome four or jive of. i8 t l ? of the ( vpon He'.next.referrH! :
Savannah AdTertlsenent.Merchants I ETcnlnjr last. I the,record oft.hen"C&u'3IhtrisuitHP, ; Jarecdrd
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y'i l ribian & Pftt t L, planters,mid others are rtfeirtdto I Gen. Milton Las no fx&t iny "tonJHci," as "lowers"to bt huny under the 2rf Wion fol-\\. Speech Laue CluMn of Dr..T. U. Lajsir.of: Jef- ; .of' Mr. Bell proj:; if it'pjoT tht" j1*

wains; us "This the Qninoy< Repullif, "is : when ho read, tLe Con
., the card of Messrs. McXaroiiT; Us Ann AT- : stated by the Sentinel. "II only says fersot. :. -; ; I,A I tng.tiat ? :;' '
.----'- -- substance of tIle of delivered Liirtsdf l he bdic\edthat ,
the of I.in'oln's< elec part a speech by 3V Congrc> L
Iii. r
Co. a firm just established in Savannah 1'1 against consequences Pursuant to nppo5ntinentlr. .D.1.\I.\
If1Ilt Gen.M. : K. ( 'all J at the Court House h-t S'itnrday. -'' the power over the <"l eet.eJ- ,_.
: ,
, .. of tion. The following addressed l the Breekinridge -
Floridx The members synopsis .f county -
gentlemen from ( .Jffeto wh\ch\ the States have luHheir :
. SATURDAY T lit, 1860.DOMINATIONS 1 in his hero on the 22il Now, pray, what fate should await ,i ; Saturday r
did -
this new house :are too well known in Florida say -;m'tane'\ CII1 oftlncitrj'on: .'ripdlotions; ; tliat his fo'ord:wt, a LV.
-- I friend at the time the a gentleman who] is a (':mdidatc'R.r Elector ,! ,-i. ojiItenies an-1 l Ins. ('
oLriOOIAT( ] for their strict business habits to need more ult. was prepared by a evening last. ) : 'urseu "
I other 011 the Constitutional Union ticket Florida i .rribc..l b"fLi.'coD( llt1c ,IwIht ..,
made, but like -orne portions 'i ,'fem"uitls t1eAi.ieri- -
was that
than reference, by us to their al nrtiscmcnt. speech itit1 :: ;
;, .fo 1RISIDENT : a mere I prepared 11.y the same pcr-on, was left r who, after declaring himself in f.ivor of tue I II (: He :woull:, be called upon to exercise [l-v-iti\l: 'un.t.-'t that he had.lis"n

I KOX.: JOHN CL BRECKINBIDGE, -0--' out on account of tho length! c-fthp mtkle.It .- I principles! of Congrc-Sionall'rotcl'tit.n j in the the m..-t imr.r::";t li:ht of a fir' people Wiring in and wirinjj! out

'It'J OF Dr. T. :B. Lamar's Speech.A !! !hows the absurdity of the SttJintTs- Territories declares up to this I am for the' that of -oli.vtii I thili; .
this tluii. win.n: tIc detre't ilj.t-: : ol'e.U\ Wl.i-tl.er the Mi.ike wh! ;' ::1 u," ':
has furni hed with I of his remaiks Federal Union,' but when we shall Lave .
; FOR VICE PRESIDENT friend us a synopsis sion : I citizen were availed, it was especially neces Was !!'ai LVII-tt or (<* /. :fI,' '

I GEN. JOSEPH LANE, of the speech of Dr. T. 1>. Lamar, before the I (en. M. further said; that labor was itself pn>-e cl that Itubicon, I wow and j-roclaii/t ; :::1'that; in exenNin this rilt tluvj should He Itltl l th:'t Hl'n'I"CJt C .' i'
: : 1.1'
or OIC60N. IJreckinridge and Lane Club, on Saturday honorable ; that to labor wa; a divine 'ominand ho.ttttty! in the place of loyalty a poctrn- "o a-t a- to :1-mt rt ui.equixo" :;tlly those ri ;I't.ail krs aihinit, ration! a ac.e.'iinit '0' '. pru ,-, .

( 0FOIt evening la>. It i is well worth a perusal.Gen. ; : and that labor as it exi.-ts in the Southat incutorganization which will hal jntrtnili'lf ; to elevate IWt of tried dlrHhr: and (' \\'Iiiit-. and piri-ily! bMi. t >the ..t"

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : -- this time is }honorable and,1 commendable, too weak or too corrupt for a safe dqosiforyof I nnrjncstioncil) soundness on the important nti was a man in whom we could) no t, '

: Bad -GEO. W. CALL, of Nassau.Middle Call's Letter.In but that tit" abolition of tlarery South if ,sucha the the rifthtt offreenun.?" lint it may be, that I i- .ues of 'he1\, to pbcC! : of r-o:ition andpower. that his i votes upon amendments ;-e :J.:
aim of the Black; Kvpublican part, that of
j ( for body !II'be taken criterion for his ,
-J. P. ANDERSON, of Jeflcrsou.W conversation with Gen. Call, 1:1CI as future .tjQ
a friendly included the fouror
: J. 3!. GORRIE of Franklin. thing were possible, wiuld bring about this gentleman wa among I' who thus de
I we promised to publish a letter from hire such an entire charge in our social relations file besides Mr.I Yanccr.The select good: rulcr he sj >oke of the past and! containing the sum and !uKt.nbrakn .' .! ,:
1 FOR ALTKRKATE8 : his real which will be found would in some measure change the character I .
J.L defining position, as present position of the Democratic party.Jle I bill lie vet lted ai iii.tits tl.}, !
Had -J AWES GKTTIS of Hilkborough. in another column. When a gentleman males: of labor; that then, instead of lint,nz New Orleans True Delta peaking of ; reM-rtetl to the timos of the d.c&Aoamo% passage.

: t.. Middle-Vf. II. }MrrcHELt of Madison. writes letter and we a con- nil white labor, awe now }have it, fret aid the joy manifested by the Opposition over the I when the Democratic; party, acting with such
or n put KVnRETT.
West DILLAN JORDAN of Escambia. a speech of it would in a small degree
I voluntary some Jcfter on, battled succcssf'Ily
1 it which he he did not recent Election says : When, on the statesmen as Of I Everett he said that the ,
FOR ASSISTANTS : upon says at" h'a..t. become lilt nll and involuntary ; ClIudu'l the monarchical and I aristocratic ika' ..
: ;
admit that such relation would be brought aKuit sion of the treaty of peace between against which conM! palliate his ;
Bad -E. M. GRAHAM, of Levy. intend to make, \c arc willing to that a of F'ederahists-when, it with all its rre'lJ.1

F l J. L. TATCM, of Monroe.MIi1eR1cuARD he ought to know the meaning intended to be between the employee and the employer as ted States and England, somebody strength and vigor the opp..e\1 nut I now ex urged 1 by his supporter: and .'I& ,aj. bi

I would give t.> the latter to exercise an III the bells and bon-I the Constitution the l1c.rl.tt'ntlwl, was hits v..t 011 tI;.
BRADFORD, of Madison. conveyed by his remarks better than we do. power George why were rung, interpretation ot ,
Wt1s.lAC WELCH, of 'Valton.0 comment the I letter at improper and unauthorized contiol over the fires built and cannon fired-w hcther plOlc made the Federal Go\trnincnt a Uoernmcnt : \'- compromise measures of 1iC3t.( ani'had '! d'IS tlu.a
shall not
We upon former in the exercise of his civil auJ political I. central in its natn.ro nd unlimited! now fail: l him when Jvtrthuts liiiu-f
had l lost half dozen armies, spent
England a said in his
FOR GOVERNOR ; this time. right; that. Mich a consequence would in its lie spoke of the Tr. S. Bank, Htatinjj construction ofthe
t A millions of and lost her most valuable I power of !S-t> that the- ,
JOIBC3WF: MJLTON: -0--- etiu is wo find, already existing' in some money, it< coiruptin influences and! its destruction ; bills 1'4 to pnn.-ip' '? no.

Gen. Hopkins. localities in the Northern States on account colonies-the old King replied l that it was of the Protective Tariff and the haul fought intcrveution oil the part t,t' (ont/ivs ,,n sJ,
JACKSON Ctft'NTT.or im.1
Gen. Iloplvins, opposition candidate for of the conflict between labor ami capital.1'iuiii .- ply because things were no worse." political., conflicts rtaultirijj in the defeat of its question of slavery, 1 do not tine! that n\n

ron OQ.. "OO'n. vioternor, si>Ke Tallahassee on Tuesdaylast 'I iliis Jell. !. argucJ und I think .ijr have recently been general 1 elections in five ; of the acquirement t l.y the Federal n-s a principle or as a rm-asiire it wa enactfl
B.TON" that it the of Southern supporters in the territorial bill of IfciO. Tf.
forcibly, was duty I of cxhaustlcssfertility ..
and was listened to with much attention. States Kentucky ortl1 Carolina, Missouri, : (Government; of territory
( LEON corm.I men, if they desired to keep l labor in its pre- Democratic administrations m;sf eunsitted in nut iatertiny tie II ;<
A synopsis of I Lie speech will be found in another sent justly very elevated state-if they desired Arkansas and Texas.: Of these the Demo !.! during the : record, in the I V referred to
I and having past
LEON COUNTY NOMINATIONS., column. Jen. Hopkins appeared to to preserve our HOW entire social equality crats have carried four, the 13ellcerettitcs of the thus das having shown that it had and lie further says, How can vun &j' ., ,

I rOK STATE-SENATOR : be i iu good sririt.lIe left Tallahassee on they should meet this loathsome doctrine one. It could not be muclj worse for them ; I I ever struggled party for the rights of the people sjmple measure, applying in term t., t tfltat

Wednesday morning, Accompanied by Major of the Black Republican party boldly. the citizen lie .ked inclividml 1 Territories and ta Ilull.ont. .
P. B. BEOKAW.TOR but it i might have been a little worse. They and the welfare of n wa-j

Ward, to meet his appointments in the \Vcst.Major -0-- might have lost Kentucky. So they are obstreperously I I not this a party,judging from the past, whoso rule which ia to govern all" other TaT/t'ifl

i ASSKJf BLTlfEN: -0- MR. BRECKINKIDGE ON TIlE STUMP. counsel cQuld be followed ,with safety in tho with a proyxelice action ; that thns tIiUi4 I

; J. n. GALBRAITH, I J. J. WILLIAMS, Ward's Speech. Some twenty leading citizens of Kentuckywrite hilarious ; they arc only' beaten future, support being removed, Everett must ((4judged
when expected annihilation They are by his previous record, and thai
they ,
o AV1N OLIVER, | Dr. A. S. COLE. We rogret that circumstances presented us Mr. Brcckinridgc on the 21st ult., urging as delighted as a man who escapes with his jrSTIFICATIOJf OB TiE SECESSION AT CHARLES judging from his past record, his iulilllA:.

I from being present on Monday evening, to him to address the people for the pur- TON. associations with Sumner, his allusion totli

TSE TLWUTOUI for tie CAMPAIGN. hear the admirable address of Major Ward. of publicly vindicating himself from the life from a stcamboate1p1osion. Only in this He then spoke of the position now occupied Kansas diflicultics i in his Boston. J-ectare, La

"Ve will tend tive Floridnm for the Campaign pose way can the extraordinary saltations of the by the Democratic party, stating that combine to make however
We arc told the leading idea of Major Ward'sspeech violent personal assaults made him since us ( charitiU s(
I, which will nbree a period of aboutfive the of union of upon Bee, and Crescent and Bulletin be accountedfor I while the rupture in Charleston was to him a might desire to 1,0)) conclude th>t ke >t n
was necessity a partiesat his nomination for the
'months,at die following reduced ntics- Presidency. They source of regret, it was not a subject of condtinnation iibofttiuiiiit of the Ifuisaehiitetti school wrJfetl .

barely jsutSeiesit to remunerate tw for the the South to defeat a common enemy say : -- ; that: this rupture, under the cir- in u SJii-jfl ili/rec ly reJinKnt. aiu ''-_

expense- that however much we may desire to elude "They have been induced to make this request The Kentucky Statesman, published In cumstauecs, was necesmify to preserve the enlion. and this: that the party{ t Ivib from

i. J To 41 Club *0f3, t e tfce same pet-offioe, 2 the issue, the time had come when it was necessary more particularly, because you have Mr. District has effectu. I purity of Democratic pr-i..cie.t, to indicate the character of its platform and it} can.!-
Breckinridge's awn
M U 44 -
5, 5At for the South to concentrate her forces been recently assailed from the "stump" by the party from suspicion and to carry out the dates, could not demand the support of&wl.cm .
' ** t', 44 s. M law Judge Douglas, at Concord, and Mr. Cntten- ally slopped the cry that Mr. Breckinridge is agreement of both wines of the Democracy men; that it was a party who cojiiJuu

U to JQ, 4< M M fJU against a higher party. That neither dcn at Louisville; the former charging you not a slave owner. Now, suppose tho charge expressed in the delate on the Kall 3.-XC- meet the issues of the day, and l'cv. lrua J ,

M 20, .u 12 Bell nor Breckinridgo could lay a certain with having uttered Extreme opinions in favor was true, Avhat would it have amounted to ? braska bill. In proving this position, he saul I i spoke truth when he said, at the recent Stilt

. And to a crn le .dW*fecr we .in tend nn.til claim to a Northern State, That in the of squatter sovereignty, and the latter as- The fact is, this is an abolition dodge got np that the Cincinnati Platform (a re-statement Convention of the Constitutional r nl\)11 part
the first of Jamtary for 1ZT South Bell the of the I of the principles of the Kansas-Nebraska bill) I
f was strongest twothathe serting that as the Presidential candidate of the New York Tribune and repeated by )', that if the party had made the attempt
The catk matt wvariaWy
order or ffiejxiper
; object particularly upon the opportunity publicly to repel these assaults make the impression in the North that the platform the party did not commit itself to in its very conception."

To the Patrons of the Floriftfan & Jour- the Homestead bill, and brought forward the believing that no jut man would be interests of the non-slaveholders of the Southare the principle of sovereign power in a territory POSITION, 4COF Till DEMOCRAT.

nal and Postmasiers. record to prove that the article in the floridian disposed to i-oquire that should, ty over the question of slavery, but that the extent -
you your to the interests of the Iotlan-
By the loss or the KOOKI of he rst...Wisliment.rerjr of the 18th nit., did not faiily rep- silence, permit charges so unjust to be promulgated opposed I of the power of Congress antI of a Territorial In alluding to the position and the pnnc-
Now in the South such a state- of the ; and Lane It
< evidence indebtedness i is destrojed. There holders this pies Breckinridgc partr.
under the authority of these distinguished Legislature over subject was a
regntIr.. Bell that ,ul ed. That :Ir.I .
were thousands due os-the hard earnings of t on first of its that it
many effect-but when i it is ; spoke platform stating wa
men. The propriety cf thus publicly ment can hate no repeated question w hich the party then agreed should
If this were in our hands we Ci>a!l po on Bell's amendment was offered for the but the Cincinnati with the 01flT
purposeof false: these and other in Southern it must be left for judicial determination, and.\ that, platform e
without very great incOI'' Dk.nee ; but we can prevent stamping as accusations Opposition papers, ,
no accounts.'e rely solely in tins matter oath I effecting a more cquatable distribution of i is the more obvious when \yj reflect, I have a powerful effect upon the Northern when this decision wis h iJ; whatever mightbe addition which the Democratic party his

.recollection those who are on r debtors. Whatvsr the public land, if Congress was determined tht for the last thic Year0-, have not I its bearing, it should in the future be a agreed to adopt when it received judicial:
they "remt shall be considered full I min,] Perhaps our Opposition friends never : sanction ;. that it was plain and explicit m t\
; may a acquittance : t/u D.e .iGcrjiie that subsequent
the But that he finally hal the right to.p..iL! i1 the St-nat althoughby principle of party ;
r and we appeal to them to respond without upon passing measure. think of that when they make such charges. I to this time and before the Charleston ueclaratio.ru ; that it was acceptable to tic
# I law its presiding ofilcer and bccauaothc I ,
delay. Surely this is a time, of all others, when \otfcd against the bill. ; South fpr the Sonth in the dec
j delinquent patrons may be thus appealed 1 to. obvious motive of these personal assaults i i. (5- Convention the Judiciary did, in tho I, acquiesced >
W. would be if Post-mabters furnish Now, we have not the documents in our Bred Scott decide tho in ion of the Dred Scott case, the conclusions J l
glid would to weaken the confidence of the people in the Questions on the Disunion Sensations. case, very point I

n with lietoriuberiheraatthetrrepeetjyeofTcea, possession, not having been able to replace National and Constitutional, J l'IIHJI>ra\'y." The Union excellence-for they; i issue, and hence, by virtue of the previous which arc embodied therein ; that by voting
party jnr
.nadMibscriben ihemaelvca invited Rend their I for its candidates would all national
are to I we as
them since the fire. The extracts were taken is dated the for the Union but call thom- agreement, this decision became ips-o Jacto a
Mr. they
wn names, with whatever data as to the time of Brcckinridge's reply 21st only go men and patrioti" are advisee to do.*> Mr.
: commencement of their subscriptions, amount paid from a paper in which we have groat confidence at Lexington, and in it 110 says : ,dn'\ the Union party-who} support Bell; Democratic principle. All Democrats Wing Hill, a Bell man, "declarethat the Fed y nl
: &0. they may recollect, or bo in poesi-miou of. --coniin : thus committed, tLc Douglas party, in ,
ant Everett arc amo"t.i starindisuniotiits
f For the present one or both of the editors of the anIajor Ward done us no more than I have: not proposed any time to take ;Keitt & Co. '\"eI ing to cmlor-e the decision, ceased to be refns-I Government has no power over the subject!
Floridian will be found at the Sentinel Office. justice when he said that he knew the editors part in the general political dUcu:vlomofthe I I as Yanc.-y: macli, ,the I'Ji '.. Democrats, and !hence that scc slavery, except the power coupled !Ib! the

of the Floridian too well believe that they I .la '. To this letter, however, I recognise the j have seen nothing from that able to point as I separate; : orimiZlt: : were not onl.jllstifitI duty of guarding and protecting th* \'..'

Political Appointments. ,I "i nature; of many of my oldest and most the following deinocratiejour- in "his rights;" that it wa u.clc' ** fl' :
would mi IM1. ble but the ofth.ti
wilfully lirel'rcsent1 r. I If nal the L'1lliuitlt ,. Conrirr. necessary to preserve purity
I )
The follow ing appointments have been made for e'h..ri"JIl,1 friend, who-} wishes me with me ((1t. that the this time from that this was the isiue.fpr the American p
Nor did intend to Ir.Jell with An to'ern the : party: ; party at ,
political discusiion by Mcaois. ALLEN and lIiLrox, we chargo attempt : country says
.4 almost com mm ids ; and after some reflection, pie now to decideit was the isur, and t tL-
the influences Lrol- ht bear the
I to
I. candidates for the executive committee of the Union by Douglas -
Congress : the author of the bill he the patty,
being was author ,
I I have ii-solvi'd to accept iin it-itu: :i ; not: thc duty of all good citizen was plain ar
your in of d
Monticello, Jefferson Monday, September 3 : I Ii the distinctive and party, were great danger 'gencra-
Miccofiukie, Leon County, Tuesday, 4 I of the amcii'ln>ent and. that was the idea i that I Consider any deltn necev-ary beforemy i I' upon f the peculiar fatal principles to the I Ii tin: into that state in which the Constitutional evident that i is to vote for the camli.Liitnommate '

... Centrvville ", ", \\'Wednesday 5I. I which we intended to convey. We do not neighbor- UI.: old constituent., but be- .: .republican Will this part'l.ul.lloe cu.nmittcc. the I Union, ; |>arty 110tinl!, Itsulfml'ro; ; or
Tallahassee, 7 i i partyit
I. FridaySaturday it IK well and tho which could nJ
-auso to together properly question they
know that should hate referred to the may gnvip ,.rt's irvtion of injiriIuaT'i hamele.s.-y!
Waukecnah, Jeflcrson '' h 8 ,I we represent*, deny that Mr.f Lincoln! if elected ng seelin..1
refute in a public and authentic manner, ac- hun,
New Port, WakullaCoHcorJla Mundjy 10 Homestead article will the the distinctive the vuioluni'NU of ]power ai'l place nndervi
bill all
at had not 011
I an govern country recwii *
i cuvitions rennrkaMe f T their number, their The Dotor then reviewed the "
Gad8d'u" II 12 au\llIcc.ti\'c declarations uf
TVedncsJayChaltahoocbcr .n.i of the ;ue principle, I
Qaincy, 1, Thunot..y U 13 which first appeared in the llichmond Whit,, ; injustice and! the persistency with: which they : peculiar principles republican party Breckinridgo and Lane, refuting tlw chir.T
0. ?' And if will not thi.are they and that for the bold stand thus takl'nt =
.. Fr.davSaturday J.I : been copied in some of the Ilorida] papers have been urijed against me. I feel! that it they deny Charleston i it entitled to tho praise and uf Squatter Syercirnt.tr nude a.jan-.l; t.zforiuor.
,. was
break \lithe Union
ready to an
,' JUdlej AU the srille,liberty in the"Middle District I 13 i charging: Gen. Lane with having voted for I wmd.lloe nnjn-l citizens.CCFUT1T1OX I v.ill not, However, follow lain tJ'
papers pieces copy. I govern country
:1lI,111I\-"clf to remain longer in silence: beneath i TurthcT. lie closed bv stating, that it rcr
L the detestable and, damnable bill, (and just I I Imps the Louisville Journal can tell in it it OF Tilt CHARGE OK SECTIOX *LIsM. '
this torrent de-famation t ; nii'l I hope tl I rights in the future should) be hn-u1
DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS.Jen. I here let us say that this i i. the language of rod every charge which has been made\ to agrees with its executive committee in taking Tn rcferrinjj to this subject, he stated that ansi violated by bail then elevated' 'topiratiui

{ Jonx MILTON, Democratic candidate;i the Richmond Whig: and not of Mr. Dyke,I' the satisfaction of all candid \!nd honorable I this po,5ton. Or, perhaps, it can answer tt a party: must L t o sectional either: on account !i place I we should all :.(orgcl'past"'dffi! *

.. fw Governor, will address his fellow-citizens Gen. Hopkins stated tho other day,) without men. 'luc ton! we put some days ago as to whether of the character of its principles or from the dices and, as a band of brothers, 1tl ;t.

at the following times and places : Ins that the bill amcndcJ the It will be agreeable to me to meet my fel it endorsed the position of Mr. Wadsworth, fact that its supporters were not to be found united,! strugtrle: for theiriainteiiuiec;

Volusia, Monday, September 3 I! stating as by low-citizens on any day ant at any place that know-nothing Bell-ringer for the State at in all sections of the country; that so far I have not heard during .the. scAJftO w a

Enterprise, Tuesday, 4 t Senate, was nothing more than a combination you may select.In large, i in his speech in Scott county,Ky.that I from thisXJ e5ng the ca."e with the Brcckin-j !speech so logical and conch ,m!. It YiM I

.. & Orlando, Thursday, 6 of the pre-emption and graduation bill. i accordance with the foregoing, Mr. the election of a black-repnblican Presidtnl I ridge and f ine party, it was the only party !, straightforward, talk, canajsting i of a stroa,

1 Ichepucksassa Saturday, u 8Monday" ,I. The truth is this-a Homestead Bill is would l>e cause for a dissolution: of the Union. now' in field possessing the two clejments I array of !facts and stirring appcaU to the gw.-
.. Breekinridge is to address the people of Kentucky Tho Journal's correspondent so reports MrVaJsworth'R that tile sectionalism i
I Tampa, 10 popular in those States where the public domain ofnationarity; as to i sense and calm judgment of thinking mcll.0
BrooKcsvillc 'V oonestla12 I at White Sulpacr, Scott county, on \ speech? of the Black Kepublican partv. we allagreo I .
is entered. The Sentinel Mr. ,
SumptcniHc, Thursday, 13 says the 5th instant, < ; as to the character of the Bell party, ,I of Gcn'l JJopklns-oa Tuesday.

Ocala Saturday, 15 i Mallory voted for the bill of 1854. He G-----P Wno ARE TUB DISt'ilOIISTSThanIack I it was likewise sectional, because: the Constitution Speech b.
-- of short
t }"Palatka Monday, 17 probably voted for it for same reason that I who denounce the of the Union and the Laws was interpreted I His introduction consisted 'a
I ,supporters
From various sections we are informed that tory of stump speaking, its origin and! its ro'
. Orange Creek, Tuesday, 18 r the members from Florida voted for the Armed the rights of the South as disunion, ECO no in Florida and the other Southern tl'icnccs. He stated that in the b tul
, Micanopy, Wdlncsday, 11) I extraordinary exertions arc being made to disunion in the and repeated violationof States in one way in the Northern Stales inanother'thus early :
I Occupation Bill. lIe thought it better for opeu of our nation, candidateswere not expcclt'lin
TIm.a20 beat Gen. Milton the Democratic candidatefor essential element
Gainesville I the Constitution and laws/by Northern wanting an I
land those in South Florida to define before the people' tr
Starke, Friday, n 21 particularly i Goernor. Tho reason is plain and ob State l legislatures judges, and mobs, in resist nationality, tq wit r uniformity of principles, person ia tit
I the involved
Clay C. II, Satnniay, w 22 l be occupied by the Whites than by Indians : the slave act. < disunion Jn speaking of the nationality of the Breckinridgo position upon qnc.stions
I \.iolls-U: Milton was the chairman of the ting fugitive They see no but that the and the t1if"
1 All Opposition Speakers arc invited to attend -and voted for it to bring in populationthe in arming lawless men for rapine andcivil and Lane party, he tatcd facts (too campaign press
Florida at Charleston and if he is of the candidates penfornhtJthis
delegation porters respective
and participAte in dillCuS860n.I Massachusetts elaboratcly.lqr me to mention in this connection -
Stateresources. in the territories.
one thing needful to dcvelope our war for them and while this sTsttn
K3T Gen. MILtoN will address the citizens I beaten it ,'ilIlook like a rebuke of the course has for nullified the Supreme faw of the ) proving to> our entire satisfaction that it duty that and bo"-
of Chattahoochec on Tuesday, the 28th September I Mr. Mallory a speccch on of this delegation, and would have an effect land, has been in open revolution against the lud ardent supporters in all portions of the I lasted politicians were more sincere nciencc. not

, and Marianna on Saturday, the 29th the subject, which was circulated throughout upon the November election in other States. government ; but the Black Republican Jead Union and a pytform of principles constitutional cst and politics iteolf was a noble accoraiB"

September. I I Florida at tho time. The fact of Gen. Milton's being beaten, would.be ers orators and editors can discover Q(squinting in their'in '?iBVlccIarations.aractcr and plain, explicit I I I a to vulgar his ideas trade.the After old system saying was that by & Ie
And direct all
-0- telegraphed from one section of the Unionto at disunion there With them, remarksthe most preferable, he elated the first past ef

: Breekinridge and Lane Club. HOB. S. II. Mallory.The and Petersburg Bulletin, disunion consists TUX XSOTX' Awn 'BTTVSVIIOW IT IS MET. his rgument, viz: That the Democracy wcf
tho other as an opposition victory, as j
; A regular meeting of the DRECKINRIUGE Quincy Republic is gratified to learn I indication of the Florida would upholding the constitution of laws, and In. speatfugof the questions involved in responsible for all the present excitement:

and LAKI: Club will be held THIS EVENING from the Peneacola Ob'crrer of the llth inst. I a sure way consists in nullifying I laws, Shar's rres this-Presidential election, hebetated that the ugo4 the subjecL-of Jskfery. As prerarKS
And in
vote in the Presidential election. thi curing mobs and John i American people were bow called! npon tq from which to draw.his, i1CJllsi911,he staid
1st inst "t 8 o'clock. that Senator will in all probIAbilit
our. distinguished effort to defeat Gen. Milton the opposition of Black Republicans display their_union iex4imcnjrbyh1dfn'wnrontion I decide what power the ,Gen'eraTCroycrnrncnt that this jarty, not th .ition. tare ttfor
Hon. John 1 Galbraith will address the address hu fellow-citizens the at I
> during Chicago
: ) I the State are to receive aid from the Douglas i has over thestibject-ofalavery ; that tiria was manv years Qntrop{, the goretnio11',

Club. Tbere will be music on the occasion. campaign. II'Uo.UJ, says tho Republic, join men Georgia. The Lake City Herald of audnominatipg two sectional, candidates.heirplan .-" the issue, not only according' to Democratic that under their ,admaistratk this excitement

The public generally, and the Ladies particularly Mr. Hilton in the Middle. Wo hope the announcement I! f of foring"a more perfect Union, authority, but .that Mr.Hi,'a leading Bell continually ,increased and tbl .tKattsasNebraska e
the 25th ult, contains the following notice : r I to wage an irrepressible conflict, with man of had said -"thai whtemaybaoiirstpinionaaitd ; bUI Democratic masir?,
invited to attend. in the Observer is correct. Mr.Mallory's Georgia, a .
are i of the confederated States ,
NOTICE.The oneha ; they thistomornoceesityor.gootor i _, '. ,It 'Or. -t
Z3r Mr. Jas. D. Wcstcott, jr.,will address I influence upon the stump would be by defying the : ii-Niul! z-or n ..11. DC'UN-
i Hon. James L. Seward, of Galfon.NI. propose -etbli just" : evil to result from such an d taeTfajeriU of. .the Ksnsa.s-Nebrasb
: tile Oah next Saturday evening, tho 8th inst. felt. The opposition will leave no stone unturned Davis of Albany,Ga, and Col. C. Hyiop- decmoa of SuprmeCu"d" to insure ssuo..till. 'politicians and 'eretfif hare thrnstit bill coM.nor ahflie,'.so far a? I .reme;ber, > !

-p to carry Florida. Some of their ablest kina of Daricn, will address th& pcpple of domestic traaqallity" .aona npon :as, an4'we Wast dcideit' Mfaru' reason, whr tMt U1I. .its ciaraetai&oWgfrttanly "

u.. _w e oatjiiesteil to stale that the lIon. men in the State, who are not before the I Florida in the counties cpntiguooi, t.o the animosities.and encouraging tr the hallottbox esi, d cid.'it," and thafrthis ,<#$fatly, give rise to an;..exoU-

. Tttovifi RAKDAM. will addrtv" the "Bell and people for office themselves hare taker the I Georgia line, at any time tat.may bo desiglatcd cendiaries. 9sitiras in eff cctthe opinbaof Mr
Everett Club" *n Mondajr nigit; 3d inst.- -their candidates in this :orj! in favor of the election of Gen., ED- ,nnavthe Bell Elector for East Florida and the only facta,8oUras.] ireqiernbetifl'listened (

j ladies cpecully iavrted.I stump county WARD HOPKINS. Long livo the Gouti- THI n.LDTOI Coma 0 OLtTo'r.Jn mat{'-thru _tha issue was aa ttaUd, not,. only : attentively) that were stated_ to P""
the like
Legislature are working draught I tution.
/ A. comment oa a letter from Maj. .according to Democratic authority, bet STUBwajthtf ,thecharge., _, 1 .u
0'e. I horses to secure their election-and our in- Will the people oCFlorida ,rebuka the action Benj.Perry, the Charleston} Courier opinion.of- -t.h p. eitioss.sofar. aa Hb ftcet J>owiion was that the' ana tI 01 ":
II1LTOXwdAtt4ctarriied in thIs( from other counties is that $ expressed > t J -d.ol
irniation they of the Florida Delegation to the Charleston the of Br ddtfri&eland Line part/w"

sty yesterday morning in line health and are 1uaIJI' active. The. secret of this extraordinar and Baltimore bonvcntiono _by defeating es.th&fohIewisgaoutiwntabn subject .This being-the :question 'm ed1i6 nCi< tion of the UDi n.
epirit They vill peak ia i Montkello on exertion is this-a Senator it to Mr. Milton-at the (bjdding of these Georgia a disruption : enquiredwhaiisa the position'! of thp Constitutional referred M ta Mr. Ytncey and his ToIJo.el'andJJ1 'b'

Monday the 3d, Miccocnkle *n TweWty the ; It may be proper to at present, :that 'UBi i party widt'rar3ffB w.it- cdning'1iYs'Yaneey's) PO5i OP

4th Ontrcnllc the 5th and Tallahasse bt tlectcd by .'next. Legitlature. Let Democrat volunteers? we' hold the election of a ''Republican stated, that lofdr..uf Ouirplatf( ees quoted' h ._Slangh'Uc letter, stating ,thai 1

the remember thi.. will be such a vaaaSnSdatyif) tia1 hostility ''N 1Aiir'; '::4'ce lt tll sun was now,-as, itVasthen, (which )r.

c ,.. 7th September. -0-- The prospects of Bi kiaridg.were aver -.of.th. North'io. the 8oT &,.sc4'qoofhet O.tarns *d&vf8&&tlt1bt he, in hi* denies! ,)' .tK-preeipiUte1 ..th,.80n S u

4 -0-- A. 1.l'EELER. Esq whose sfe retuTn after in our opinion, more p5pnising than theyjtffi :are'tiros Tp othatrtKO: 'aotfri.mentaooghttoJiJBoir .-' __u.h.I,.easapaign". eech," prodaamea'aJII.!- into a refolntioa U> .di oive the UBIOII *V

Mass lUtttlD at present A lArge nttuzfrierd the So t.hernStates 'atk''corollary,7, nnless .Uehaoto.be ConstitatioD, thUnion,' that it ya .said Jtr.Y; ve.hadopinions ebD__-LI JG&
: summer tour of several month's we are phased the North will retrace. step* andlgtre's I.thaMieir '-: CUW".
he is sure of ere ( the Douglas men i _; position: "not:be di cm 0lhull'Pi
, 4 A mass iircting;of the citizens of Loon anJa to chronicle, hands us the following statc"-. unite with the Bell men j Jagtinst him, aa it is WIT rights l tibiifeTent; then, o{t& election .eovired m.th JettMk oC *ccBptaaeof be, ** vnu.me nivereli4eace.enoagi canfC irm1h "

- j.>inig couittie.will be held at Tallahassee ment of a vote taken on board the steam&r|I: improbable they wijjl In moat joot'all c4J4bcoWwsiroaId favor CDUtD'o hekcsn4idtesAb r fr 4 y.t.athori \ li '
on Thursday, 2Tth of September. Gen. Mil-! Augusta en route from New York to Savan tie o/Af Southern S/ktes he has a better t Southern ptatea, or .many | fat. 71OUC; .d1at ih ef party 'f :

. toil will address the meeting. Gcu. Hopkins, inst. chance than either of te, oosin.candidates! .be'got to *4.toethvv te pre Tittlo 1tiig : ;
nah the 21st piDi04
: or any other of the opposition speakers are on : separate: and can o' \\j- -be,Defeated -by?a .t Bo t 4 tti-0(new and satia- if.DOWi..ry INdo ':t1t 1" tl l.i

jreckinridge. Bell. Douglas. Lincoln. combination of pretc4s4 EtlrafiaD9mo At lor'ua to dee3db kfDf' oar-ia&agesv; Ibink its p OI1 h2s tr
inritcd to bf present. There will be a Bar- 36 10 10 4 "..l.J tic1Wepee to CLIP
4 with the regular! QpposiUssgfe4 rest ion. 8.un. ctkuhEstated that'noorganuatwnof id Afr.TanefT.
crats ,
.-. 14 bc:jo, and provisions a thousand persons, .Total number of passengers 60. Democrats. The Bre .dgmefr hare p alternative of'disunion,. however sad, men coald, ln _it poHtical sea ep>c; hIS a'* authority,'he ooff to s1'..

prepared for the o( !ci"n. Query Did Mr. Peeler tel! us, one thing, nerei done this in a.-a ingle instance that were t..DT farther-tutmissvon"t.Northern'affr. i called p.rtywsen it had i1'w.. =efioogb .ia lunj .w bcfi 6

Jour. Com. .v1 u' ples and Oat ptrtx( were oulfriK ) when he ho is not l.lIniouls
The Middle Florida pipers wil: pca! ;e <"?py- rd.thc Sent'if/ another. aware ot--V. F. of, ; gD. : says
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I vdw* >ntro grMrt rwtryatire element
t that "
tole I' later or some document written man rf the Dwxfsucy vrfrrdiJ tth'i uMe lotriotii' and AlUHVAL.Utf THE NOVA SCOTIA : 3: OlE' LETTERS
? ,, a d'f which !has siaao'l l bj us in tmr ; y> : : tt is tram Is. .- .
i\A: : Uardee of E.it Florida, (was not Ccl. nwiwrf in C >tyrrsf. Hr 'vill! there ymp thkB, iho'rI'JucJuijlIj FAJerImsa TOIXT, .Aug. 27, -ThervVa 3o- D EI.INhNG rraiha.. : '
> to the Coivven- the thI p>>I.iK-al, jl ys'itn.I; 'Pir.mls1tntih, amid titt1 Liverji'1datcs 'to : ;- -
a ilelejjato Quiury : pro\dnig for its con-tnietioit VM JHtrodii tinpeI ; iiI has-c T
') foravery ;rtt'e sh in, Imon-ev. r -, n ?Jemj li In 'dirfour ari4veil o.T this &nstO, 1SCO. zcAuGuTBE.tRD&. Q.,1
I In' raise ne- p'dutfodav. f ,
willingness i
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a cor < -< by a Democrat that lai '
ul I1**.< tttmj! : a :: majority tuie*. TJiM are tho- view | Jju UKleavor l to A-Mr. ilary Asli; Col. Jcssa Avcritt, ((2,)
i..r of recruits declare war njjaitift of Democrats in fax of railroad list l jljin Livc-xxl| C'tton ,3IIticet.flte sales of
n< were or a rss > in ealing aol wrinn./ n- Mreorge< Audcrson, (Stephen) S. Alex COWWHSStO MSAVANNAH
North ttC anI ioiic reitoititioni tIopteit to the ] :'eIj1'; ; that -very | oiti] .ai party iii& ijurti ill \kllch now agta:< iTielieaiu mnl cotton lor tV v -c 00, Ji>0 Lale, of which ander., GA
I portiOn II' tn<* State, in v.hici! in tie! Unitedtates that has .< il iaaiiJ* ut Ii': :mai'm it'an lmatm im: ep'ecuL[ U,rs to ii. 1 (>,OGO, a ul exporters iyOoO( : }
sacpiniuii W D "
H Boles Reuben S Barrow Dr
tf h* csprr Wai. tTcNuomti
: W.-.K
IV. I tl.k t 11, BFAUD
..t'tt'd that 1lori.a! h1.t1l11 .ceJc : the l hOW of'prumi -4. in the 1 Is bale*.
U d'f sa on this ul:>ject is also in ft\-r nf nspeitly the tioaiLg! : of ani-tlitr! .uJ bc.t coa Miller, cars of Chas F. l>raharri, J JI Brooine, JAMCSORIttD5 JQnmtDZSIIAM. 'I
C 1'nion alone. I.Uotiol think it ii coiiAtmtt'oa of such a railroad.! Tlie alma a : i day. The An ar1.jper 4 1 is notce Lqcr.. anduiidd'i'i A Llcin.niu Mrs mfr Av% 2S. 18W. 36-ly-
h,, isa ) {,ira'p'a 5fiiirall> give themstl.es !ii'tlo trouMe ((2,) Eliza T3ry.yi, G B
1113ary to K y much of this pro f, fur cer- difference is not as to the policy uf the measure bouttLnr/roverumcnt/ Lcn the political elements onaliii; hnpro* eU most. Suumiers Butler, Mr-Cliiistiane Bose los, Mlaa Margaret *5* Fioiida Sentinel, Madipoq Messenger F mi-

.gJ! tic Cci titutional Uni n party this bnt as to the best route. are Ii..urbcd< but who tjerci; fail to cpme to the new caused great LnJneis. Sales f-Friday Barefoot, Jndvejiooth'; ((2,) B Bercier, 'Th'Bomnorm ly'nend and LaV City Hdpkuso. *

*: silt nt *V that ttc rcbciutions or letLrrfiMJ He next spoke of Gtii'l Lane's vote'on the from n--ue tlitfir when the ootjniry is i dangir, Laye awaked 10th itist, 10,000 hales Market steady. H L ?Buggess A Broakcnl orongb.C Dissolution of Copartaenliip.rpHE .
: tucan be cjuuid re-l aan index Homestead bill. kluciWr-i They ve Hkm counsel among Consols quoted at 934 a 92 *. -
-Tl L Crowdt-r Dr J A Clopton Mrs C
trrriv V thein-tlvca. 1 ,
the CrecViuridnc hey are Jooong for the stromrtfct man firm of AMES & LIVELY was dissolved on '
,the!, :tinS| of ; and Lane lie ended by bating, that cs 10 Itur State 0j whonj to uuile for il e iIemt of the Black RrpuU- B. P. ALLEy LitQ.-TliC 0----- ) S Crawford, Rev S \V Carson, J A Cotton, ((2,) A,; e'h in aif. by tame deAth of IT. H AMM,
m thp fnitej States ; besides Sirs, tfrr polishe i-ivorcd a libvra! system of Internal Vcaud'duc.: They are figacious enough in tie andidato of the 1 It VTarni?. late .f Biorjijrjnel.'. Ttf business will 1 bfe cootinue

;((tf !?/ <-O1iiC4I( the miijtar- (the Improvements, reduction iu the price oi State !opnunt ef event tu flail him. And no |lady Union Couatituti-nal Party for Congress, arrived D-Mks Deila Dent, Simon Dugles, J A hereafter by the t9tlersgne4'whia wpaU respectfully

in I ( and lTallahassee! OuarJs"1ajc !Linda an l an cconouical aJiiiini&tiitioa of tic*, no party Jcatlorj ore str.Ljr fi.ot.frh to kct'tm'um in Kernandina on the 15th inst, and Hsiprce, ((3,) Green Davison, John Dardeo, solicit'a cotftinMDcd'di the kind patrotnif heretofore

that n their iriii nor are the the government. diirid.-d wlier the al.ty of the country requmrb addre *ed the citizens the same CVCIIMI Mrs Rebecca Dickinson <(1 W Davidson Mrs a 3 liberally extended the'law firm ; staring
their un t 'fai-liou.; The conservative the putblic that it iball be and
rut of Florida > men JILt viSit was unexpected, and occasioned bircOQaUOt care ondearor -
? ; ',jf or 'Dnwrracy preparing tot This so far a< I n.K'inbp" j is a fare s'ate- -f the Nutti said the S.HJIL of all jMrtiia, *lll Luitear.J hU fulul l-y A F Dean, AVillis Dawkius.E to merit the coofideoee of, and gfye'entire
.de. In this connection, Gen. II. stated mont of t'le aigumcnti 0:1 thUoccasion.Iciter vwdicuto the ;;rtit lililtriPles| of our constitutional J iuauility to one of hu regularly nj -A Ellfnger, David L Evans, Eckhart I IEhett satisfaction to, the numerous customers'of the establishment.
on; and revolution were the i ;gurtri.iiu.nt. You think nit'sa pointed enra : same 0- stem to m have J W Eldridge, Lieut. 0 M Ed ar.F .
mi mil ot tins cuaiurcd! on account '>( the rupture ci'thc CharK-sioi composed mainly oflcmnoeratsf'ir Aug. 2 3, I860. 36
, :r. I say running point It from c;sn. Call.LKr and iLl -Job Freeman, Col P Floyd, William
il'onbs Ne. T'jfl j to the issue; for to cstabluu a dif-- JA i cx, August 23. 1SCO. other iuiurc change JJoiiteutioiik than tl i iVhen" Tbty united have undergoneno I believe there iu the arc not to enough make Bell decent and Everett mn Fuller, R J Floyd, Wiliiam Felder.G 't ix'rtimi -

rt-VonM neither prove or refute the idea To tIe 1'd.itort of the J'lor'an 4 .Journal : I I .1* the great nntio al it mocr.itic |itermy tni;!.t save place to hear his remarks.a The showing, asemblfd -- -Thos G Gaskins, ((3J J II Gallatin, W TJ10R SALE SO CHEAP NOBODY WILL

_),. the Jlreckinridpe and Lane party wanted GrxTienEN-I h.ner.rad iM.-uintlj tliecvi.loncc 0 if C iliflIr!. 1 LoM ;it t pW of the Union. puMutiod! in the latt I. it r of the 24th of November the argument was directed against th.it
solution number of uIr! |>aer which joukecm support ran- W H Gunn, W Gibson, (leo W Green.
He next read from the Charleston Mercury. to reearJ as conclusive jroof tlmt I "adiovaie8we itatioii, and preserve the Union. I looked to it us hideous bug-bear of his party, "Disunion. II-Stephen Harvey, B B Horton, ((2,) D Sept. 1, 1800. 36
!hiaaust t the \Iat.t
-.io'i Iroui the Union Imojw| <>( the and nw.lvedtv this
of this extract if I in the ivtlitof the election couiiry, ivat Against imaginary monster, he coin-In-:
'JietYby tuktflCO remember Ii
1ir lute fir Holland, .Mrs. Seynthia J Hayslip Miss rJEGROES FORSALE.k .
of Mr. IJnoola. with-iut! vaitin for ag4r-sbie any -:1mli.iate thai a oi..ttd national par his larce and niinod terrific blows. D.irii .
! M1.It tl:*., was that the Democratic party was acliiiD en tlie jvirt of Iit niniit'j.li.M cj> mmixISI tin- ty in gil;] name for the I'rwklcrcy. Lut when in the! of g Caroline Harris, Miss Indiana Hawkins. FEW LIKELY YOUNG NEOROES for
, the
,onal 1 and was confined to the Southern South,** and I have reij your odit'irial, : r.-i.i.iks i'i Ci'ine'ti.ioii it li\iJtd on rnriMUrial ibsurs and al>- coire present canvass, we hae I & JWm Jones, Miss M J John, J M JJL sale the
tlithi4 He also read of the tahjert. You klratt pioiiosiiiui.ti, just on the approach of the wondered how the Bell-Ringers could have upon most accommodating terms.
a most
,J11T. portion a speech of aj ye Lave a* briefly as |>o. iblcgnelLe i- Johnson, John J Judge, Joseph J Joyner,
pvileocv which aiarmirig! Crisis in our pit.cal! hiatory, I lost all hope existed a< a p'.ity, hd they not conjured > Inquire at D. B. Maxwell's Store.
<,lf jr (ItT of South Carolina, the substance pfiicli Gin Call demand Ill ] tu John L Jones, Mrs Martha Joyner, Joseph RJovner
aol I
To confidence in tie ability of eithtr division of list this Sept. 1 1860. 36W.NTED.
ftiw.non that South Carolina should iu. va secede Mrs E Jerkins John Johnson.
once nnliouul Mary ,
construed (Ji-n. O H'. paily t>) rphist the compact and
lanzuape, let him
tin 1'iiwn the election of Black iy b01 anti noted of Clark! wispn n leading them oer all sorts of morasses K "William Kerr C I Miss LizzieF
7HD upon a wp lyill choer/ullj-/ correct the error" power Itenoblu-ane. And when I | Kyle, .
' lift >::!tlimean President. The reason which You bavo indeed vreaily miftconslrned l nJCRpe can the Southern ditinonof the Democracy l lead out ard pit-falls, and will finally abandon King, S S Knight. HIGHLY recommended Graduate of the
my A
itheae4d jf' < iiarle>ton Mercury gives (even if we bomb ID .pealing and in wrtinir. IImttI yin of the Convention by the great leader and championvfsecees.n them, Io t in inextricable confusion.: Mr. Al- -W II Lester, Win Lescnbee, A M Lee, 11. Institute situ
carefully read turough of when no rational hope could Le enttr- hen i ii a clever pleasant gentleman, but he Virginia Military
tout it". correetne) npplics equally < well any one my published let A II Lindsay John Lee
a. ,
t. r I ui fun- you coul.l net have f.jl.-n in he tamed of iia ability to elect a President, it scented t. utterly failed in making impression ation a* Teacher in some high school or private
'/TO.llltOt. :., Ccil as to UrecLinrid, and more so. A of believing th.it I s.lvoeated Mi-eMion from the Union error me, nnd. r all the rireumntince, to present higher this community. He will any receive the\ote upon of HI-Col F McLcod, Henry Mash, Thos S family, in Florida. a

rt' mav lC eontincd ta: a section a-.d! vet t Jt any lime. .Not lining a copy of those Iclters. be- pleaumptive evidence, that aecessiop from the Union his Mays, Miss Margaret Shropshear, Col Daniel For further information please refer to MR.F. .
here and
lit of its for fare in. I have was the u'ti.nate aim and end designed, in party nothing more. After the McGill Cornelia McLeod Moore
; national on account prinnples: to request y .u will Jo me the furor to seceding ,Joseph CaptA E. ETPES, of Tallahassee, Fla.
ill afl4 f p.nT cr location of a party doe not (!< -1 1i in oit here that paragraph in my I.-tter of il>c 24th of from the Northern lrmoyrscsEzeept by voting close Judge Allen's! remarks, D. Broonn, E Mitchell, J.1.S T McGrijfVil Moore, September 1 I860. '2w-36
NoTtmWr last, in which I I d.rrctly: for Mr. Line-lnctrUnl: > the Southern dole- l'-q]., vas called out and proceeded to inteilogate '-- ,
uationalitv. This liowm. tay am eppoted to trcettiitn. Pointer 1'hillis McQueen.
It! ,
$ question ,
-aImll i ." I'a'ttl colilil flit hay..Ini kji tninK 11 in. tt*# Kic ..1. Mr. Allen
a i< immntena.1. The statement of a uuwa- j it'i'i, Ni tlioy' did in tie Clurct! >ioii Coimntinn by somewhat cK>eIy with regard \-Jno! Xewcoiiib, Jno C Nicholas, ((2.) Sheriffs Sale
is sectional does I "Yousrn : It is so s1i.mait that V.M oj : ei-cditi< In.in ayd dixid to the position mow: occupied by tli.it 0 J ( Vbnn' llanmiiiltuu Oabouni IV ,
urutt ,XT that i J 4uty j not prove j ; n? the jjreat National > -tn- -- ---e ,
ihbt nor doe the fa.-t of a party bfin sec j the South do r.ot see your own intends and oor tic I'jrty. Ci't 1 trust in I'rumilenee. and I truSt gentleman, anl ths totally different attitude it-f < >lier, I'rtider.tia Oite o.P FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER NEXT.

U tl.: c\en if established, prove necessarily 1' act in accordance with u$. The Ht-1.nt'li.a'i iu tile! millie, imimt'tigemee: snd j-atrio .MU of th. |jen- in which he stood l a short time aice.! The -R Pcrcton, ((2 t,) William Powell, JV virtue of sundry writ of li. fo, an attachment
] party i is the on! hotly of who I, |140 iUTojr tOL.tiry with till Its cherialiod in-titu- Judge again, Ilirommehm the courtesy of the B
that, n it also ileMrc adi.v ilutioiof the Vulor.A !. time tide men ea : tftav (.elm,, an-l | rest>ne our ci< rims L'u; on. B.VI- and Lane Point, Mt-htii Pother, John Purvis W' H issued from the Clerk's office of.
:lute to Mr. Orr's statement, I cannot >.v h..wriroe J of ill-iec'litig eu tii ierin s.i the Vt-iy llcfjiicttul'v!' your iLi'dt wrv't, ; kinridge Club addressed the l'itiitittmi, I D Parrard, M Patrick, Mrs. Wiliam Leon Circuit Court, therein John Cason,

) tie that the HrecV.inrid ard LVK i N ilrtI by tho'ItanoxMUC p-trty ajraitist tlmtSi.tli" U. K. CALL. ei'Ictithe; I ii -xt evening: preeetkii'1iMrmjimr I'ittiu.in.: George W. Clay, Ext'r., and others are plain.tills -

*, aU mare disuniouist It is a. simple expro( 1 am nw netnocrat__I am ai: odlin I ---3-- Pelot anal! followed by Ciii. 1.'F. L-.ni:. TLe>ccontlemcn R-MM Mary Robinson, ((2,) Dr T Randolph and Bnrton II. Smith is defe'ndi4 f

e we ,m ul ppiniiii as to what should ha tlt- \\ liijj Mild o'r."so.l| to 5OCOSIOfl1 :it, in i TUB$ P4KTV rtiu I UnrrKiskinor. Manv successfully! refuted the arguments Miss Sarah \V Rhode*, 7. J Ko-ll, ((2.) have levied upon and will cxp'ijse for !alc/ia

* onwr. irse of South Carolina upon the election! J a eho''e tiotwtvu the Democratic party a..d state lights men wlto liave been tlistingni-hmetl ot'Jud! i' Allen and eloquently dtf.-ndt-d time I, P Randolph! Sarah Robertson.S front et'time CourtHouse door.)in the'citjrOT!

> .- i hack Rcptibli'-aw evident. j the III*-k Kepuuiicau: or Abolition pnlinast \ I iu tIe Opv| sitioi p-wty; such Humphrey record of Bieckinrid'jc and Lane. Jii.lgc Al.l.hi.ti -(;Jiii-tui niitb, Airs Arm Smith, Frank fJI.ihassec, Leon county, witim 'it'gai hours,

r(1v.from- Here the ( eneril LIIIkC[ of the se .' sion at :. be a dec-idol, determined and etwry'<- Iia hali aud JAIHCN IJ. Clay, are adicoating has accomplislitil! nothing! by his \ :muit toVrnandina. Iteevers, in eare 01' fcti-'iii! Shall'er, Su an Shaf"er on the first Monday in October next. the'(el-

:lc t t.'tm. statiic( that it li! <" iVm. '.TiCit* ,! I >enirare nsid there ev'r lI l/\ the vtion' of Itrev-kinrkl and Line.tlie [ He has show himself and mide: henry Stephens. low ing described property, to-wit : a negro

,nv had there made a pood and ut.i d 'I IXH-II i.iiiiy true patriots jnanr puro anti l i o- Ien is I'i-i, candidate t>f the IXinooratio a few jiaiitat.ces, but has not gained a vote.We :;T-J J; Tiiiunops ((2: ,) Jo-epli Tader.W man "name Bob., about 35" years old, levied

o.minatmolm,, uvh as fireckinrid, he wotld: bitS el-raeni <__in the JVjuurr.ti'Je! i-:' : !i;. Uoiij arty fir the i'retiienev i< and Gen. X m.O. fch.ill beat him, and by a large majority, -J S Wilson, John Wilkins, J IJ Wood, npm as the property of said defendant, and

net ,2' supported the nominee chccrfr.lhHe j| and there are otne to which I h.v e cer l>.uer, tho can.lMate for the \'ice Prc ideacy i- in October.-Jlntl Ft r<'j'nttt.Illcrtious.. Mis CLira Wil
t3'i 4lt appeal to all Southern men to stpllt'l ]', itfen opp.wed: ; but the eitiocrati.1. prjy is ( in 1t1$. \iil jjtxe their support m this 'O \\yatt, Ilonry ">\ illinni>on, J A \\ illiamsMrs law. R. SATTNDERS, Sheriff. '

!; a> the stnmmget man in tin* S
psr \ ,' .i nut stnte.?: Iiowo* T, any t I'a tt< pmre '|I to the KlaeV? ll'-p'il! icjsns____it its tipjtfix.-.J tI <> rightfal nominee* of tho Democratic part\ Tie Bell and Douglas men are crowing Jamrs F. WrigntcV A Wcllcr, David! AVat-

>tat '.1.i ..iiu i '!mall th.frcfi.rtsay mitli'ii-jof I 1 the AlH>!itH nist< Ih niemboi. are found: in amid as the faHhfitl oprcscntaiivti of its timcLonore lustily over the election of the Know Nothing ';inMi=s Kate WU-oii. FOR RENT !

dEifrus H .Il1lnymi"l1 th SCIPaiOft i] even- State an.I Territory. It w, therefore, j l creed.Li'rrsk1i.rit. candidate for Cleik of the Court of Appeal" MILLS NASh P. >f.S. well known resilience of the subscri

1 not a sectional bnt a national pirty. It i i J PionvanJ every living mcm- The returns received indicate that the vote .>pt. 1, 1SGO. ?')-lt [U8J THE, from the l>t October next, forone} cnr
:. \ U. I.ELj.-1l4 IIORD A HIS PAST*, j ji .onMsteit with the Cw.Mitutloi: !, and, if tucf her of his ('al'ini't support the ticket of IJreck- in time State will fall neatly forty thousand The i>reinNes arc at present cupiM: bv Dr

th i >'..tttti.i' the mo Ta<>y !hal! urpjrdn essful, I hid it *JJ to 50aill th.Cuiun. f im.r'Ige and LJIIIC. short of the vote <-a>t last summer for Govcr- ALL"RTcFif"ACAl"N C. 15. Jnmblc. R. H. P.ERRY.

\ l iil nominated( stit 1.0 pbtfona.tin I ." j J.anits Buehamami, the present Democratic Itemlieu. Combs wilruoi receive so large a fTMin urt'lirFiffii r ic;>' "tf IIj inform* his Ous1 Aug. 28, leCO. 353tOULLTIIORPE .
illOhc -. ;tt1)ur epoaking in co< ncnt terms of vote 1VI1 the candidate f toimrn am'tl the i gtiurjl'y' ibat Ic Las
] ; Thi I chouJ! tf stpoee j conrlu-ire on lie ra'.jcct. Pi csiileiit, and cvi lucintH-r of' his Cabinet, as : opjMvsitioii *>riucrnor |1i.blic '
, ..i i,, i rt..nliarartcr, replied t.hata1i- flit >on raiy beat loss to rt'e'c.It- I i d si\, support the nominiii ut .vkiiridre! and ( rjcei .d, wlu-u l.i- \vus defeated byo again t'tnetl! din; Stunirt (lie : : MEDICAL COLLEGE,

was ::. ', \:i, and all the reiJ-? iv 1 titc'jritioa with: other portions o: the fj.mr |I. MI r.- I l.ni.i'. (: \. 11.m4qifltIi bluaiiy niiu thoti-v'iiid. It MlKlIMHXfi

ngleiicial d' vkij t.) VAU I;uren, were (-teutell! r ith- I. I t..ieiitr, have li<> d.Uii ui> c-n tL; i.vLjtt.t. l IIn..WI i: erIeuio, rnti- i.ivial'cr of the i* well known that tho i>ctnoi ratio ttion ui' Mc-sj. I). \\ViLso.\\ &, SON, adjiiiniog! them, Savannah, Georgia.
i I J-i that tl pnont n-hi re he mi reaiy and willing jo xv.t't them aaw Session of lectures in
oiIat Annual
ha i ;M rx. or fln_' Lv.t K to upon The Sixth
-. i jiMtr.'rin, anti why could not Bell be .' i s'ctsiIn -veti euUtxtl inta IK ait luinj.a Jiav.ur.tun United Slates Senate, North and South, with !Lod.are! not in the t-i i'i i. s nnd \ iliaut-_ and it in* a0myi iloni. hoping the Ijvora ln.icl forcxtciuk'.l will Monday !
my ur I the above I Institution commenceoti
iiii< :IIKO. eal! for a platform now which :in<|> k< n wr t'rIi ci u on.I exception! v( ictiIe. and Peghi, supiort| i is in the mr.in emily their inhabitants who g. u il! l.r i-itt-.ttau-d} ,
y of November
ib, $ i '11,1, 'xistcnce then-the existing crisis riasitti lv. iu regard to .Ii.- | >Mi.oaui (tat, Ujick Kmii I will
the t 'I'-v 1 '! aI3y is joanjj, lest than two years j licau j-arty. teumittdutt' prim-i lc* lnTitolLi (.iu D-'mocmtic inemlter in the House a vacancy occasioned, as this wn, by the J D.' J5. M.VyELL, I Preliminary L.4i't tires, free to all, begirt
tic Old visiot. of tinco'.dilution of the I'nilttl M; tr am..t; death of the August 21, lStO.SnperiIUIdent's. i on the 2-.M of October.FACULTY..
itI <* ant name Cj/c*. Tlij- < : of orilcprescut.-iti from the South, with the iucnmbeut. The Democrat} of
I bt4ee time
icfJng .I' t4t tht Lest evidence to determine 01.11 ih$ lujitiio! ; 'iv -pr.me!tatt-, jti.1 iii rewitilig i the lie i it tImiiim exception of three or four, Niiy>j>oit the nomination Kentucky can allow John B ,Ii a few thou.sundolts OCkc Tallahassee It.U. .

nal 1. it ii !tt.l! l i alive i i.to \hear it cry. anti the 1 I f tin; deCKionof the Supreme rt-twtitig t:OMI of th<<-\
> -t I Miit-niv that this or anv other partv it- i,' Slates f-r tin :.iiiiiirenn-nt of ilui |jw. >uli ift'.ftame Et cry 1 > 'tjiorrntic tloverr.or of the United him handsomely.-A'athoil/e L'nion and Auifri'W. TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 17tli, ISM.pROrOS and Practice of Medicine.

Mr. n.1| i- tl-at it has a Kound pLtfurm. I e.in't I nho! MI jtl.-. I It : I lu tn- trt'aoma ned! nue'.i mapaml States with l but two or three exception, sup livijnst 2t'( .' \l. > for kerpin? time Hotel at St. Marks Iltujh A. Blair, M. P., Prof Anatomj.
eraltof .
Ia' it(. !_'',. liat the nature of the caw gdut .1r e.i .eC..it.i!!tIs CM, I hate\ it-itfsit. hei.44.J AaJ whale i liatc.?, t- poitx the tiomiuatiou of Ir1eiurilge and! THK JJNPJLX AXD BELL MKix Sr. Loris."e L a'l.r lie l-t Oito!>er, will received at this of- William Ilauser, M. IX, I'rof. of Physiplogy.

it- ;ln> idi-nco, although the welfare ofuiiM t tt. I fai.il eotiieis n T* tohe i1pr. lite l.'uiuu Jan.Irmn aii tlit-r. ti U n ljane. \\ \k\\ ? alreadyJlrd! attention to the fart lid ,mfltl I tie :, ''ill >< ( icinHr.! I'.irtie" wi-hin i'l- and Pathology.Franklin .
5. in
the t. <> \' uunds it. I iii l tI i> ng4r.wt.: ttimrnlit..i.4Iai js.rly. I tine.' IaId Nineteen ont }f every twenty of the Peiii that Uanbthhc; the Bla-k Republican eai'i- lie riutiuii CoIieeruimag d. tliu .al>ovc, will%V. please SYFAN address Dozier, M. D., Professor Mittens

nor Tli. \\ i>u craoy luid SlSq f. Ulv! tirijod thntIr that it i i. otfiiwd on aet.lutjtsar-! |>iini1tt.s.| anti (icrittii papers of e\ery l >emocratic State iu date for < ovc.'nor in Missouri, smote n letter 'ui tin .ler-jgni il, i'-6) 3'i-5t1 C. T. t't Sup't.t Mcdica and Therapeutics.F. .
aiyet Itell l4l 1Q11'4 fpr the abolition of htvur ilut it Lati ji a>id itl!l -\ timid t. i i- intl l t'oi.rslavodiee.tias.motsin. \V. P M. D Prof of
the L'luiHi Mtpjxu Urcckiurid c and Lane. c.-'l'ii'j I i'u'oi his friends to tot.- f lor I mrr, the Hemming, SurgryW.
in the l Lstjttpf| GLluiubia. Admit that thua .. Hut Hi* k.ri-ita anJaiicn in all j UcM! i.-tflil.jtc. The VetO in St. Ixuifor cw113, avi: lcai7ae iIistu1o'y.v. .

indvtCS hat false aicu>ation, docs that prove that Mr.MI j I HUKV olllie|MtH.l I'rtiuJ| b.Uc tl liiv Iu lt.j U.11 lo-.tli.ahia 011.14-I r by, I the iIt i'| LZ,, I.-, ; Rnieamximtsim ti LAN: IN NEW Oeei.m: t% Cuugrf (U.II I I (lcrni.and) I lor
b sqynJ on the question of coigreasiulmal I thic.< na fl.JloIl. titmIce, 1 Itave luM lli.it on<- I -'Hiij Nuw OiJeans) p IJICM come to us tilled sImtttnti': i'. Blair, tIme Jtlark Reiniiiiraii] ratidki.Ue TilE[ only reliable, dnral.le Family and Planatioii Tronp Maxwell, M. P, Prof of Obstetric*

j.icr tItOF slavery in the DMri'-t of Coluin 91 iltd into | cw r by llii in n.lilu'iona) party with plow ini' lit ('Otii'T- of Ihe immense J.reikinrid ii-r ll.c loug tenn in Con nH gets Sowing Machines. Sotvarrts fourteen and ] >i-eascs of Women and Children

not oct t"a'ka Jic Mr. I>.) says "that reading the 1 ob-i mUtt trjiicu INt it-Uinr 1.1! .l! tlie of*the..rIe(ioVfiiuncni and ; au.t that ih', c pitheriii there on the isijjht of the lll"-n., : Ca-dcnhire; the BUk Icpnb: i.-an years old use tin-\\ithout trouble. E\ery- W. T. Feay, M. P., Emeritus Professor of
( -nslitution for myself I i believe that Conpf tr Kw iu the txcnia1 ot the ekti- I'rxrr: jit.. < ..n K'.tli; iiiat, Spiakin vas going on tiiiinltaI candidate tor Governor gels 0 'lv :!i- :-- Machine warrimitm-il. Son l io, a circular.- CheniKtry. -

has Blithe power over the subject ini 11.4 licit) the l,'pr.-j of ii oral tiejbvii, ilel l ciit.llt- thouhuip.f I iKoti !y fioiu tilt) suj-arutj stand.s and the There hi'ilg! a uitfcienec in the \otc of the direct to ((2emm tice jib I>-oii county,'Floridd. V. II. Taliaferro, M. P., Professor of MateriaMcdica.

i I jlistriot which the States iiye within I ti the rojH-ct (!uc only to ct.nrt.lQti authontr. 1 eilhmtimianna ceins! |o have been uulounJctl.j P lick Republic&n candidate.* tl>r Governor !? M. FoLSOM/Agent.( .

& their respect;*c jurisdiction" Mr. I Jell, it''t Ti e (joyrru.nint U-irisj ri'1i| t n'ntati%'e, the j TiaoJeltaiets : and money of Congrc-sof 8'J8., Orr, the August 18, IbOO.? 3j IL Steel, M. P.; Dneritiis'Prof. of Obstetrics.

K an honest man and meant uhxt tie said, pe.'i'lc iu .st t well I It w4; the larpcst metiiii ever known to Boll candidate for (Jo* crnor,gets 12,467otcs, M. J>. Mooncy, M. P., Curator Museum.P.iily .

1)ted urtcd against the bill, not because ;ie dubte.1 l at M4k'iB.rte in the lAjriflnmc luu.t the Jartrii tiIiMIdy.Iitn| <>nt ( of 1 hail ill--the i v..reigfl CJiitl | be held in this city during the Iimlnttctm y cars.i 'and T xl l. the Bell candidate for Congress CO'lTOX 1'ICKING 1SCO. Clinical lectures at the College l>y

the purer nf! Contjrt tp pass it. The Depocrvy I will ol ti! > n.ilion, aqd nut t>f the will of A local I KCtion.il j i From Royal to Dourbon street, along Canal receives 4,512, or 7,013 less than the candidate 'ANTED Ip hire hands for this purpose the Profti or*, and twice- a week by tie attending

!!( alsp said tj af Mr. Ilel) voted for the |.iity. And that it would Lc ae irraiion.il.tmi street, was oiiC dense mass of human beings, of the same party. How are we to account I, fair prices paid for men, women, boys or 1'hybiciana i>f the Savannah Hosita!.

ccor- fttrppon fif aLolitwp pctitbns. This (I doU I ynteimtmLutioiiaI, tud pcuMt uitli the ie]>re riita'i>.n ) every one of \\hom vocitcrivly cheered in for this great difference} in the vote of g'r.! J. H. GATL1X.Aujru Beneficiary Foundation. .
LIIAW whether incant to it I ,,f all theSncthtrn pooplo. tluir iutvre iaa-itl tyiupathi of tlie of the South. candidates of the there 33-4t
|te justify 01 t the em: c true Jemoerai'y same parti1)iess was t n.isqo.
Men of moral character whose
in ill Lxecuumedt-1ijrnmei1t. Young gund
t.17 lie did not jay positively,) (Jen'l II. said, \iJh the as would bv to j The bal<-cnies: alone; the Creels were thronjed an undi-r-tanding! that the Blacl; Republicans "
$ dispense time itprrscntatuin in the Con. NUT DEAD P.UT LIVETH. pecuniary means are limited, and Minister
pt 1ne to alJ4 for the Bell candidate for (Gociuor *-- ((without
Tint ti doing a very lad act t Missionary are hereby kindly
good.In rcccjul ihe |I1Pl.le> ( the: ou-h l t.ei the 8-li article uviuoiivtrations ot their patriotic feelings by Ilaek Republican candidate for Congress ?- : suisciiiii: : : ; nce time 1tto (fire, ima< ,
1 in* itt-d to a*ail tli<'m elves of this Foundation.Tliis .
ciI f l.m political filth answer this>|iirMi<>n. nml nnsuir JL removed hi oHio-' the well known
defence of Mr. Bell's vote on the Kan- the sTaving of .-, ranged for the oceasioii fi1. ; over
lh fu.thcr tK.n, vm .Sjulliern piiilr c su ill not be restricted to theSlate
Nebraska bill he referred juc men tiko olIeeuheIi tlie cheers their truthful establishment of Me A. HOPKINS A: (ill.
>i>' to Maj. Ward's r Mr. Uncolii T Coo Ilatk? Republican .idiniti- and oi' ipicx-s p > rs. '>f GiMIrgel. but will be extended t<) evil
wh on the previous evening. i,irr tlie ufi-1 ii: tilt SuuihT Can they collect the in the .adv to :mtt"11i! the Southern States

II.tatcd that Mr. Bell did npt xotc fprtlir public re cnue Cau timer Jinn:-let the l'o-l Otflce \ do not remctnbtr; to have teen such a gala There will be a Uarbccuc gien at Cculrcillc with! di>pitch: to Auction Sales entrusted toiis

ty Hoinotead bill ; that Mr. Mil lory did ; ., receive apJ keenlly! circuLtte ncinduiy ilvcumcnt scene. Ton-he in their brilliancy, banners on \Vetlni'-oltv; Jicpt. .1th. Spccche charge.. U. II. BEIIUV, cuvnr.F.s :
!>, cxcit 113 the c'aua !to insurrection and ruvitit, and Auctioneer t Com. Merchant.An. r'ees for a Full ('ourseof Lecture $105Demonstrator's
fcat Mr. Bell was the author and originator ii their elejnntvi design, tratmmptrcneies may be oipected froju II. IX Hilton and 1 >. .
iRdiHcrniiiiute murder
mi.'night 1 No
in- (tin' "locjrinc qf protection. This is a very I to amiiSCt nc'd bi given to this question rapine b'uth an c- licMrini appropriate illustrations and senti- Allen, and: peih.ipother*. The public generally .?. IS 1800.' 3t-2t Fees 1Q

irv"d .WIII doctfjpe. and | bJrQnW tike some on to rent would be like the alarm drum, calling every nn-nt. ca-iM-d tii! meetisig to b the l liest in- are iu* itcd to attend.Ata Matriculation Fee (pai
'.JOt me cftojt} au iority for the idea (int'n.UNl Southern man to unr.s. IKncc, I hold that %Ir. Lincpln dieation of the true and undivided political o For Now York. Diploma Fee CO

cir : to Us pftnVpyed. by this $tateucntit ) elected, cannot adwiniatir i this cmiaiituttoual sentiment of New Orleans.II meting cftl e I,wn IIilli "luldat I I the courthouse Leerhoff The last Class had representatives from mecca
bo the Constitutional Union patty are in | rrpresetitaiive Guvernintnt, and (limit in his f'nnj ail *en the Picayune, the rabid Bell and Everett in lliv I ty of Ti'Uha'sre: on i lie ttening of milE JL BUIG SAMSON, is 4--!I' v Southern States (and was the largest _cwer

P U'; ,.r of protection. I tin" dot it* rrtat .notions would fur a time be suspended.Yt admits the magnificent and imposing the 24th mst., tile following ri-solutiti', |n-enlttt bya .now ready !to: receii'O freight for jS igfrhe assembled iu Sasnnnimof! **Iiom t cntyonotdualed
expect party the of this organ
on announcement stupendous re- above to
Oonuuiitte uited f.r the 1'ortPP'Y
pr t'it.ip.ty *iiM> uri eec, the March CummeniLemetit.
Ct ; Micro in this doctrine North. They cult. I tliould not drcpair of thy Republic, 1 should nature of the turnout, f hich seems to were read and ucauimouifv ad'ijri-il : J. DEXIUM, Agent. [ at

m :' i.t believe in the Constitution, the Union j ji' not dctpair i>f thi gloiioua Union. I believe tbilo have been in striking contrast with the Douglas Ji etalrtii, Tli.t wti return in the Jad.e: wi o hivi St. Marks: Anjr. 18 I860. 3t For further information, apply, personally,
>not :' 'I the Lnws. tic tim wUrft and ctrongest, as it IB the freest and fizzle which took place in New Orleans presented a lug our thanks for a gift; so beautiful or "by letter, toH.

EVERETT. I h.ippjest government oil earth It Ia the govcrimment, some week ago. and appropriate. 'j'Iet it will Iwoijr conctant aim by North Carolina Military Institute, L. BVKI, M. P., Dean,
not of ;jiriifefitional, nmbilioiis politicians, Lot time gov- our action, to evince regard and respect for its fair No. 8G I'arumighton street
1 Mr. he J of 8t x-opl >, die the o- ,. CIIAULOTTI; N. c.
lie -i-rning Everett quoted .1 state- crunr-nt a pi< | inotl intelligent' doDori' feeling as we do that iq sustaining the honor the Marshall House.
"::' 1L Qt f Mr. Breekinrid After quoting mo l n: >ral and injefxnd.-nt rx-optc on earth. The THE RESULT IN TEXAS, UOLL ON TUB of our corps l>y worthy acts and noble deeds, we will, THE 3rd Session of this Instituto will bo Opposite

1 In said : "Here is the witiu-, thenj I j' honest, iuilusir'ou* ivol king people, the bone and anew BALL brirg fame to this banner and manifest true regard frill on the 1st October next For admission Sept. 1,1800. 3C-2m
TOnt of the couiiny, t'io m< n who do the fijlitmi; and and! rstoem for the fair hands from which we have
::L timonv-won't it r'ii We send to sister States the first note further information to
: accept our or apply
you the vo'ing-nil.'d*> tie w rk, produce the \\ ahli I j I roomed tt. And t'nt to prove worthy of this gifi UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA.
:' and Ii.t.tU'e thC sotereign of ll.is of triumph in tlio cainavs for thq Presitlcimcv.Alt J JI Maj. D. N. HILL. -
ea : I'LVTMtRM OF Tl E DEMOCRATIC I'UJTV11RE c power great n.iliu'i. > will !in tu ns 'iri Ir i-ie tack m times !10 come.
( KINRIOGE AND LIK MI'n too tr-iye to be driven, too cautious, too I our returns come in indicating anavalan- Jlrrolrrtt. 'lii. the Clerk lie instructed lo nt-nd tithe August 18, 1SCO. S4-2m Medical! Department)

II'1 : to the !] .Itliberate, lu* wis- to be *'pieciptlaltd into rerslu- chic victory f.'r the IJreekinridgc and Line i.mdiea ti> wlioin "< are nibbled for this burner, The Annual Curse Lecturer in (this IVpartmcnt -
t platform stating
that i> objected I HI a"1 by Jn-ld piiing politiciaiM! to di nicinT>er th'.jvrioiii :. I JVmocracr. tier State: tirkct will be elected .jcopy of titter ri'utuioIma! aid cause the sjuilbc Mcsdaincs. Chcijaray and D'Hermihly will commence on Monday Noveni-
edition ot' the Cincinnati
j it wa> b.qp 9 new and lead the usewksion
"cotton States' ta
the cotii.try( *' i by TEN THOUSAND) MAJORITY" Ica .t. published in lie City papers.A P.EfJ; to anno'inrc to their friends and the tier l 12, I860, and will terminate in hc'enstt-
1a platform ; that it did not a..sei-t cont.tutionai from be UHIOQ. I believe there are con- Irtecopy from the nnnutr
right of property in sla\e, an objection rvative men enough in the Nom Ui mini.! in the South, | The volution whieli hns tran.-pired since Attr-t'. F A. bU II.VTM.iX, Clerk >ul.lic, that their ing March

which had been tirgcyl against the that there ta tirtue, intelligence, energy and patriotism last year, shows that the cujd sober thought j I _j 1IHI II. I III III. _- ]!tiI1)1NI i AND DAY SCHOOL JAMES i JONES, 1!. P, Prof ol Practice of

nion party by the Democracy. The only enough in tbo great mass of the American people of the masses is a mo-t complete repudiation Cotton: 3iuritv or jo'inj Ladies: )eiii!! re-open at NVO 1.' 27nnd Medicine. -

thing urged in proof of this position wa th4tv They to defend love our their country wbol from C9uotry every with impending all in cherinhedinctitutions. danger. of Sam Houston in Texas. TALI.AU45CC, AUJ. :31! 1SO.>. 1.>J'J Spruce Street, l'hiladelj, ott'iiittriiia1y J. I* RIDDELL, M. P., Prut of Chtmwlrr.

Ward (a Douglas man) haul that the North- They love he gallant iLig uiucr wjiich Never lias a man fallen so low in so short Rtcciptsat; the wantiousf 10i bile, Sal,, for St-j.t. 13th, 1mtaI.Atgmitt WARREN STONE, M. I>, Prof of Snr crv.*

cm Democracy told Southern men in the thclr{ brave father fought, iiiOh waved with equal 3. time Everywhere the vote subtaiiy the tho werk :'M; buss at the following pricis. C at 6', 18 l. CtX; 316wMEDJCA A. ILL CE AS, M. P., Prof. .f Ol-stclrics. -

4harietton (\ni\ontion that'if this was inrti.i glory on the battle fiMf uf the North and the Democratic candidates with a hearty will Gat 91, JOnt Pj Sat'.l -2! at tlJ} ttj. GUSTAVl'S A. NUT1"; M. P, l'fvfryr of
Souib. They.will erer follow that flag, WJiIp* sod that puts to flight all the miserable slanders Our market u not fully open.I1CIR. l ULLEtE 1atra M. d ,-a. **
in the platform they would not get an A- COIKS
whenever Unfurled in the holy of
Iemcrat ,
cause which, have been OF THE T. G. M.
and misrepresentations so IMCIIARPSQN P Profcosor of
tb'toral vote North. Does Scward' Ute- their country for the defence of the constitution and Cotton Broker -
': ii i which I certainly would not take as th. union. AnJ when the lowering cload which "industriously: circulated. against them. Let STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Anatomy.

actii: ,,ntv) to this effect prove the position, uow ororshsdows our laud shall ]usi away, the ann the Democracy of Mfssoyri, of Tennessee, of O 11 J T U A 1 Y THE Annual Course of Lectures in this Institution L. M. LA\VSON, M. P., Prof of Clinical

tlp i if admit its correctness t "Analyze oflji uniot} will shine again in alt lit rtsplttdiiit Maryland, of A'orth Carolina, of New-Jersey, DIED, Iii Monticettn, Au;;. Si/ti! afrr a p-iinful ill- will ctjimneiK'O <>n the First tiny of November Medicine. :
you other States the ball net, JANE DEXUAM 1'AI.MLli, wile ct lr. THOMAS HUNT -
glory Pennsylvania and beep M. P. Trot
the branches )-
1h Set. Thomas M. 37 4 mouths and on fiill-siing :
Yon will e thon not ou'y from what I BOW Palmer, aged yedra, ID "
Kto -kinridgc8 record, I did not hear may, but from niy published letter on llie. cuhject, mpving. We have done our duty and in days. Jons E. IIoLuuouK, M. >., Emeritus Prof ofAnrxtomr. t y and 1'atholojjr.' 0
November next we shall poll 0,000 majority Her disease contiuaed fever, liicli she bore S. Ii CHAILLE, M. P ) PcmonSlraCore of
i S ".j! o! it quoted (except what he had that:; if lli. turn aiccessity. (which H* ven avert) was ,
'4 'J situ regard to Eerctt.) I did not un- should fall upon us rtsieiiog by the tirco of arm for, Breckinridgo an4 Lane.-Austin &lieGazctt with christian rrvignutiun fur tour weeks. By th 8di'penaaiion Anatomy, by Prof. FRASCIS T. MILES, >L D. \V. C. NICHOLS, 51. D, J f Anatoiny.
'teitnd unconstitutional that I of Divine Prcmilcree, a large circle of The Rooms for
prefer .Attg.11. will
power Dissecting
aesre I'rof. JAMES MOO.TKIE M. I) Lc.op8n on
Mr. IJreckin- PhysioK, .
4aii i Jen'i IL to that ,
say the Unun under our gallant flag and relations end friend hays been bereaved of one whoftdornej
re.i.tiuce '
in the second in "
o October.
: -,. a>- at all unworthy of the confidence glorious constitution, |to cci-i>.ioii and resistance out and sweetened the relations of wife. mother, Surgery, Prpf J. J. Crns'oi, JL I). Monday

,,. -. t.timth. of the Uiii>>n, followed hy that-diwbtins and Jisaatrouj ImJinna JlrcckinriilgeJIfass f2'on rca lion- finer and friend, with a most losing di.-poaiiion ; bit \ Institutes and Practice of Mcdfa'ne, Professor The Faculty are yisiting PLywcio s and

Wirier objection to the Democratic party var uhich must eutuo On the division ttfoor The Hrcckinridge Mass Convention Indi- society baa lost a heart warm, and a hand open tua2 E. ( EiPlXGS, il. I). Surgeons of lEe.Charity Hospital. ,
and the fvrnuiion of two hos'.ilo na'ionaout anipoltabirgchyattctided. An f Icctpral its ait riits ; aud the Church of Gui i* cau-ed timoyrnovir MedirnIrof. The
it*_ inconsistency with regard to the Pat country Mntcria IlExnr It. FKOST, M. I>. Stnderits'accdTnpany Professors in

t> Uaitroad measure. He stated that the of oiid great the peopU brni Uii.l inho ties should of our.rer constitution be bound, and together ticket, vas nominated, and a' State Central ad liberal snppnrter one of its brightest urnameots and most < btvtric, Prof.''Tuos. Gl PRIOLEUT, M. It.CLeinulry their yisits, aa4 lj free qf-.cxpen.e, enjoy extraordinary
The latter
t.y Committee wcro
Democratic party voted against it in Con- The fraternal bonds itt kindred affection By remaining appointed.Electoral ticket to'rat, fehter,IbMiVt Uft M -onr hearts now are drear- Prof. C. U. SHEFAUD, M. 1). practical advantage
Crts-- and afterwards placed it in their plat- in the Union we should follow the dictate vised to secure a joint Our fuvnes'nill ijim.lonely now yon are not here ; Dcinoast.'ator of Anatomy, Prof'r. S.tMrr, Preliminary to the Course, Lecture will IKS '

torra. and that the Virginia Democracy had of duty and atrkitissn.the counsel of Washington the vote of the Stata Either for :Douglas or Year children will mIi 'imJ (}hir|>U>thiO|[.,and euy. Loo AX, M. 1>. delivered daily in the Amphitheatre of the

wpndiatcd ibis section. I will quote Mr.iV.ll and Jackson, and the precept of the l htw and the Breckinridge, according to the olecloraLvotes ) wonder, dear Methir. colony can Jvli !t'thy < }TiTncal-Lrcturp' at th? Hopcrand Marine Hospital, from the }st of October on Clinical
constitution. We should remain in the bond of they receive in. the other Stales. Senators foot like the Wild wind, thy glance like a star,
\ ideas Of this al think rro'rittaltice t uok by the Pliy lcians of Medicitc and Surgery, and other -
measure: of the ,
says brotherhood with those conrcrfaiiw ,roeu Brihtad Fitch 4 erjpcakers.OF Oh i what will this: wyrld be,'now they are afar.
Mf t li.; that it, (thel'acific Railroad,) even Nortli found in all political paxt M-m n aa brave, JHCIC amopg tW tl.'> Iii-timton: without any charge to students
t -.i.mH wise j.taot1s ItoAora'bto said rtriofio as 0- But go, BIT slst., conflict it o'er, The-Aiultojui-ral Rooms 'wilHw in THOMAS -HUNTi M P Pcan..VjJ .
cost one hundred Bullions or two men aa a* all! nslksh opened ; ; ,
BK FERNANDINA Mj pheasar. -I them mm" thra !
MU.I; ii millions would still the the men of ilia South. And W ..beold'ti'&Finedwith i nrga OttotMT, and disv/vtion conducted"dailr l y The Administration
promote and Baj- U by chain your briehl spur; down here to the cloj., ? of the.Charity
< "loinu-al administration of the govern- ,.a moral That moral power aironjer.which b*sustained a jBworda our in& t John Hedges, Esq, has recently been.elecUdCah So thirsUng for frccdpm, ko ipe far its God t the" Dcm nstratnr' -: UWpital elect annually April, fourteen

r> lt: (Vol. 36, part ii., page 1,646, Cong. end nation, w'ben we had power oe.tber army or navy for iu de. r of the aloveBankj-" viceG.' S.. farewell tben.'farawtli,, nil via meet at the throne, HENRY-:_ FROST, M. P, Dean :Resident Slndents who are maintained l>v

'*'& > A care-'ul reading ot" the C onres- fence By sea* ion *e hould. abandon-, ottr/nn Ron, Es resigned. ', %Thers hove ( re cc p.artlan& t.ms at ;aknu ii." JTV'-'t: 1?, 1 >'>. 34-4: the institution. '[Sept 1, "60. 3'82mad'y.
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Ho Everybody !U! Tallahassee and Pensacola & Georgia<< Bttitttx Kirttry't and the Rutgtrt Building.Dn I I DELAWARE & MISSOURI STATE LCTlf CO.'S.

$; ROADS.N I the Ca h flail, DiTiding (he Profits with the pi.E!
RAIL CUSTOMERS.( Grand Capital PriztTsVo.o"flf'WOOD

AND ALL PERSONS in need of the services of an AUCTIONEER, can be accom- 1850 Train will The proprietor and manufacturers of nosTETTER'S ,
ANY (\ and after Monday,Jury 23J, NO BAD DEBTS AND WO BOOKS TO KtSP !Ixa. EDDY &-CO. h;.,
in right style and on the most REASONABLE TERMS, by calling on \J follow fr'.
ran>aa : Xj.TS Era The '
Ma '
M. can appeal with perfect confidence to *e* Offices tire located at "
Leave Madison..A. and citizens of the United .d.li.i., to his lH.-k. by KxprtwK.: \\ '1C1I ES, Delaware aid St Lewis Ilt" "
generally ,
Arrive at Tallahasaee..... .. .....10 00 A.M. physicians I Ni"an
R. A. SHINE JR. Leave Montioello.... .... .... . .7.00A.M. State,because the article haa attained a reputation hand 6asa.rtnwni, uf The followicjl :MAGNIFiCENT SCflt1r
few facts a
.. ..1000A.M. heretofore unknown. A upon bedraW'lltn "'" I
Arrive at Tallahassee... .." than I Gold Pen. Sptetarltt, I'lnUi WIlT,. Tal.lt and public under the SJFelll: '
.. ..... ..10.15A.M. this point will speak more powerfully 1
Leave Tallahassee......... Pocket Cutltrif. Rasart. Potlttltootl, Canes Commissioners, appointed hI the G..t
St Marks... ........ .. ...lI.40A.M. volumes of bare assertion or Blazoning puffery.The .
Arrive at '
and Co''sC7cm
Gun Wad Cleodt. Wood Eddy &
Com. Merchant LeareSuMarka..... ........ .. .. ..115P.M. consumption of Hosteller's Stomach Bitten Copt, Military Lotttr1.
and Wlehes aDd
Auctioneer Arrrive Tallahassee..2 40 P. M. for the last year amounted to over a half- C38? Jewelry rrpairvti. No. 451 Draws Saturday, Septet .
3. 18f,0. 23POST -
Leave Tallahassee .. .. .. .. .. .3.00 P.M. million bottles, and from its manifest steady July 73 Numbera-13 Drawn ktll0ta *' t

S Arrive at Monticello.... .. ..... ......5.30P.M. increase in times past, it is evident that will duringthe reach & MEL, I GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE OP $$70 I
LeavaTallahaaseo. ... .. .. .. .. .3.00)() P. M coming year the consumption
Tallahassee Fla. rrie.t lobdilOa....eo...... ...... ... .7.00 P. M near one million bottles. This immense amount COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 1 Prize of . $40.000] I ca Pri ,of'!?
Connecting with Pot Coaches at Monticello and could never have been sold but for the rare 04 Pojrdrn fi trect. 1 Prize of . 23.WW' 65 Ptizrlor &6-,

Where they will also find, at all!! times, a General Assortment of PURE WINES AND with Stage at Madison for Lake City and Valdoata, medicinal properties contained in the preparation NEW O UL E ANS 3 Priae* ,fSPriacaof . 10,000 (65 Prize,of I It
& and the sanction of the moat prominent .... e.oooj I
LIQUORS FAMILY GROCERIES PLANTATION SUPPLIES &C. &c. and from Valdostaby Railroad to&mnoab. 65 Prue. of : !
I ,
and from physicians in thosa sections of the country 3 Priw of .. 4.000 I 65iOOO Pr
at S'Maro with Stage to Refer 1.- aa oC. I
August 14,1860. 34-tf Connecting where the article i is best known, who not only 3 Prim of . :
between ( Pr,..
Mall Steamsi .
a : .
Newport and with the line of 11. I. RoTems.Exq:: 01 p
: recommend the Bitter to their patients, butare I :3 Prije of . 2,50427,840:
West and Cuba, and intermediatepoints 3.0. I PrItJ':
New Orle3n. Key \NDEI'ON p
West the ready at all times to give testimonials to Its I7lXLfa.. 100 Prizes of . 1.000( "
on the Gulf, on their way to Key on of stomachic THOS. J. PIKKMS Sc Co j
17th and 2nd or 3rd of each mouth, and tu New Orleans efficacy the in diseases all cases resulting therefrom.derangementsand 1J.C Lewis, j 32,306! Prize amouuting to... ...:.:. tU7i

LK1llThXIEffl9I on the 15th and 29th. obtained GIBSON & tUmiis.Qmncy.DKNIIAM Nearly One Prize to Every T
31 Steam This is not a temporary popularity ,0 TickeWA.le
I The train will not run on Sunday,except on extraordinary efforts in the way. of (trumpeting A 1'ALMitKMontio, ] ,
I er days. C. T. W. SYFAN, Aw'l Sup't. l.y the qualities of the Bitters but a solid I Mdl 4"'IMT ,\, OKJIOXP, Newport.HE Tickets$20: Halru 110; Q..rt'l1 .

I July 17, 1860. 3u estimation of an invaluable medicine, which is ISU &. DLNHJIU.: M. Mjr's.: Certificatebe of Packages in the !'

I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Albany & Gulf Central Rail-Road. destined to be, as Stomach enduring Bitters as time have itself.1I09tetter' proveda SutLLWOOU JAMES: : FJLOR, Key:.aLII UV.I.: & Co., J sold the following rates. which above ii the ScLat rW.,. .(
New \.orl(. Cert.ficateofP.ckageof26WLoUTkft L
9.1 5 Leave Valtlosta (.30 a.m. and ItALrH Po r.1"onmt.er ) I ,.
Leave Savannah a.m Godsend to regions where fever ague 26
Arrive at Val'sta,5.46 p.m.\|Arrive Say,12.55 p.m. and various other bilious complaints have 23. I ISr>0.Planter's. '' "Quarter Half "" "iil"h .

; STAPLE GOODS The train arriving at Savannah at 12 55 conuecta counted their victims by hundreds. To be --- I U .e 26Eighth II .

with the train on the C. K. R. departing: 1 30 p.m. able to elate confidently that the "Bitters"are I i ot.el. ---- -- "'

(day), and 11 10 p. m. (night). a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like I8Ip1.cn.dJ.cI.:: 8aheU1e
Tb. schedule on this road i i. arranged *o a* to dieaaea.ia to the proprietors a source of unalloyed TilE| Subscriber having purchased To be Drawn each Wednesday |
from M.dl'IOn It all morbid matter above hotel, r...rctfully informs $ ,['
connect with the Pen. & Geo. by Stags pleaaure. removes (
,. Class 424 JUraut .Jl
PLANTATION SUPPLIES to Ysldosta. Thus by this route passenger leaving from the stomach purifies the blooa, and his friends and the public in ;f'n- Clan 436 Drain n n.J..JQJ, S.pt. s. !t

the Tallahassee Depot at 3 p m. will reach Savannah imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, era), that it in now opened for the accom- Class 4.n Draw en ea }Wedaead.y VeJtda Seyi !12.? i U

next day by 1255. giving it that tone and energy indispensablefor modatiun of PERMANENT:: awl TRANSIENT Class 460 Proict ,, Sept I Ii..
CROCERIES &cC.A JASPF.R J. FULTON, Superintendent.July the restoration of health. It operates upon BOARDERS. G. C 'IOWNSESD.:: a_1Vedaesa1.sy Stlt. $: I INEERLY

t 31, I860. 32-tf the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs, Tallahassee! May 1 .\!M. H>-tr. 1 PRIZE TO EVERY t TICKtrs

mildly but powerfully, aDd Boon restores them 78 :"iumbers-J-I.lrawQ BaILt.. .

CONSTANT SUPPLY OF BlacksmithNotice. to a condition essential the healthy dischargeof l\Jycrs &, Gorman
the functions of nature. I Capital Prize or $35OOOr

npHE blacksmith bual.ne.slnallitsbranoh.. Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily as TT'AVE RECEIVED:: per recent arrival from New 1 Prize of. .110,000 U Puizs or.. .
c Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders JL per directions on the bottle, and they will find JLL York, a splendid assortment of 6 PI izu of. .. 4,500 6-1 Prs Dr II.

) e* will be carried on aa in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort SILVER AND PLATED WARE 1 Prize of. 2.321 61 Priuof:::: ;

heretofore the OLD declining( years, as it is pleasant to the palate cuNsirrivi or 10 Priu.of. 1,200 6t Prizesu .
STAND by the undersigned invigorating to the bowels excellent as a tonic, 30 Prizes of. 1,000 6-1 Prizes ,
Full Kiiives Cake do Cap' Napkin Rings, Silver
who return hi* and rejuvenating generally. We have the evidence Salts incasei.&c. I I 50 Prizes Jr. 200 5,50-1 Fri,," fir. : : :
thank for and solicits t of thousands of aged men and women Prizes of. 150 28,2-2t Prizes
a Fine German: Silver Plated Tea Setts, Ice P.ttlicrs, I I of. .. :
the benefit of this
who have experienced using
\ -TerD:1s: : Cash on. Delivery.JU continuation of the public Cake Baskets, Castors, Candlestick, &c
preparation while suffering from stomach de- 12 Prizcs. .. ...
heretofore .
prtronage .amoanliaz
n :
4 Find :betas Jewelry in Cskes, BrOoI'hcs, Ear SiS\\:
Tallahassee 8th 1860. ranjraents and general debility; acting under I 13.,4 : '
May 20-ly so liberally extrpaed..Jnlyl.1859. I & &c.
mugs Finger King, ,
31 D. C. WILSON. the advice of physicians, they have abandonedall I ; IIALYE5LSQVAavLI;:j jCeti
and te-ted the ALSO i
deleterious drugs fairly
FANCY GOODS FANCY GOODS merits of thia article. A few words to the Table ant1 Ported Cutlary: Powder! Fl.ul) .Shut II I Il'ul.cht's ificatn of PMckn"esin the above ScJ,tlle] ,
Notice to Farmers.T gentler sex. There are certain periods when CapsVuJs.. \\d Cutiirs: Murtcliaum I be drawn each Wedr.es.Uy. will be sold at the
Pipe. an.la supply uf till lowing: rates: which. is the risk :
that. of them
their cares are so harassing many I
V.E now employed an A L..ul uTol Ctriificate Package: of 26 Whole Ticket.
FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE. Black-smith sink under the trial. The relation of mother genuine > ; me .IU ''
1 Farmers'
25 half -
Fur sale low by MYKRS &; GORMANJune 10,
tender, that the :
and child is so absorbingly u ,a
for the accommodating =G .
purpose 5 1860. 21
1 -1.1 my former patrons who so liberally patronized me mother, especially if she be ;young, is apt to ____ __ ___.__h_'_ ._ I -0-- j
heretofore, and I am now prepared to do any and all forget her own health Should in the her extreme of anxietyfor -a-. JO S, t In Ordering Ticket or Certificates,
kind of work in the Black-smithing line made oat of her infant period maternity Lnclose the amount of
Iron or Steel. H. B. FITTS. arrive during the hummer season, the wear of Dealer in and MaH/'tct; ''rrr f all iinJ OJ what wi.h to money to our addrtu,
8V8US L S4WBlm81 and mind is geDeranyaggravated. Here, I you purchase ; name the Lotterj
r July 31,1860. 323mBlacksmith then body, is a necessity for a stimulant to recuperate 11'LLXU AMCKICAN wliith) you wish it invested, aud whether yoai,,
of the and enable the \ h/II. Hahn or Quarter, on receipt of .l.lWI. lia
the ,
energies system
MARBLE WORK [ ...11(1 what i ill ordered
NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK12DBAIkSE Notice. mother to bear up under her exhausting trials |, div -ii-Iieuic. by first mail,together w.'

undersigned has purchased and responsibilities. Nursing mothers generally cN"U N"X'S, : limn.dUtrly after( the drawing .
THE the Bitters to all other invigora- ; a Printed D. ,]
IE1IA1I( ) un !. Jos. H. AKtnn, one of tora that prefer receive the endorsement of physicians BOX TOMBS, TABLETS, HEAD STONES, *Cn .!;c.tr uifr. Cvrnticd to liy the Commissionerswill,]
little' Machines for Upsetting ith an Ezilanaton.g.'Purel.user. .
OflJ because it is agreeable to the taste as : Yard near the Capitol. T.-ilUIiaKsee, Flo.C2T" I \ ;
Binds and Axle, renderil1him I will
thereby orders
increase All promptly! attended to. please write their i il "rDa '
Combs well certain to give a permanent
: Writing Desks, Jewelry able of Shrinking Tirea neater I of as Vlc.27, 1859. i-ly 1lalll,and give their post office,county tad 1att
Brushes, Needle*, Work Boxes, Watches, better than could be done bodily strength. i, All cominu'dcat iou a at rktly confiJrntial.I .
All those to whom we hare particularly -
Buttons, Porte Afonaies, Stationery, Musical Ware, All persons can now have the opportunity of hUt referred persons above, to wit: sufferers from TLORIM RAILROAD"CHANGE I t: TAIl itrizrs .$1OUO and tinder p.yab''tr.I i !'

a Thread, Port Folios, Perfumery, ng this kind of work done with neatness and dispatch -: fever and ague caused by malaria, diarrhoea, I liutelr.trtvr the drawmg>-oi her prize atthtt.,
at the Black-smith Shop of of .
new i time forty day
loss of appetite,
Wood and Willow 31 1860. 32-3m II. B. FITTS. dysentery, indigestion .
Ware, etc, &C., July ___ all diseases or derangements of the stomach : ---
And every article in the notion line required by the Southern Merchant.SPECIALITIES Fisk'i Patent Hetallc Burial Cases. superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary OF HOURS. I Single Number Lotteries,
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult C7'2::>:i'':* '3. rlaBo: OOOOOQ.

--- '->;:=.;;;... their own physical welfare by giving to Hos- O N .in-l after Juv! 2nd, ISGl; Trains will run as DR.4 IrS EVERY SATURDAY.
1 '.1 1 tetter'a Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial. f..I1"w I! : Whnlf TicHetlO ; llalttt $5; Qll rtm$ZI' |

C.\UTION.-We caution the public against Freight( nnd PassenerTruiii, on :MonJaj', Wtdacsua : >-' OrJtrs for Ticket.
I' J2f or Certificate m \
... of the imitations or counterfeits sty
: using any many I > sial l Fridaya.will the above Sclitmc to be directed lu
but ask for HOSTITTIR'S CELEBRATED Leave; }'torl.llfllina at.10.20.\. M. WOOD EDDY

Lawrence's ..4. Groovless perfect Ey.d Needle," II Lawrence'. Steel Pen," the Planter*, ledger &c., (Rosewood Finished---Latest Patent,) STOMACH BITTEBS, and see that each bottle has I' ,. .IJ\\'in at.2.20P.M.. I or WOOD., EDDY A& CO CO .AVilminjjton.Dtl, St. Lon.s. Mo
Lawrence' Oriental Cologne" Liwrence'a .* Gold Pen," warranted AIR-TIGHT AND INDESTRUCTIBLE. the words Dr.J. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters"blown Gainvvite! at 7 25 ;:2?".Crcul.; Cfritaining Schemes for themoBi'l

Lawr.noe' Southerner Favorite," || Lawrence'." Lead Pencil," all styles. A SUPPLY of all size kept constantly hand on the side of the bottle, and stamped 'I Arrive at lirotson at. ._.' 3') I will bo .ent, free of expend, ty addreSlllpgu.bo"
T. J. RAWLS Undertaker. the metallic covering the cork, and
Traits Tlitir Slid Sat
by on cap Passanccr"' on 1uead.3s, '
t Also a superior quality of OSNABURG SEWING THREAD in Ball, mall and large ai.d on spool Nov., '58 46 observe that our autograph signature is on the urdA}'. willLeave 37Tl.o .Jriwm' jt \Woo, Eddy! & c.. .Lotu
AH good warranted equal to *ampl. and a* represented. Perticular attention Neat and I !ira are }J"ulisla..l i.. the NW York"iKral.l I. N. Ter',
given packing. labeL Ferr.ftndina, at. .. 12.1..) I' SI.BaMtvin Tim .-, New :.-.rku Stat. i illealiliy
convenient Catalogues, with blank! for memoranda & .. Zultusig ant Scw Tia
I supplied to purehatert w application. XEW BLAt KSJIITULCO. *Prepared and sold HOSTETTEK h *'.345 Epti.Nv. .
November 22, 1859. 48-ly SMITH. 'Pittsburgh Vm. end void by ell 4. Gainesville at . .. 7.10 I 10. '51.
:iicr': V druggists, grocers, and dealers generally ..... t .eli-fearly
Arrive at Bronvon at 8.35 ------ ---- -
,. .. -. .
throughout the United State, South America / =
1. William I-' :Slusser XlBsolntion.npHE THE SUBSCRIBER ha* removed his Blacksmith, Passenger Train on Mond.}n, eJuf'sd.ll5 and:Fri-
\ and Germany.
dan will
Co-partnership heretofore existing between "IICXRY UICKSi"from *,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, JL the Subscribers. under the firm of HOPKINS the Monroe' House to the shop adjoining: that Fold bySCO VIL& MEAD, New Orleans, La., Leave Dron-son at..7 A. M.GiinesvilU I

J "ttanufacturer of Copper, Tin and Sheet MEGINNISS.. wa dissolved by mutual consent, of the old and well known Carriage Shop) of Mr. K Whoh sale Agents for the Southern States. -a at..S 30 "
B CLARK Messrs Also sold by Ames & Lively, Miles Nash l & Co.. .s Baldwin.1140 I ( II
Iron Ware m the 31 it u(May list. All business the firm :, opposite Hopkins end Meginnisa',
4 Wholesale and Retail will be adjusted by HOPKINS & CO., who are where he i ill now prepared to perlorm all work, including and J. R. Gregory & Co.Tallahassee ; J. W.Skip Arrive at Fenundina.. ... .2.25 1.H.
Dealer in Plain, Fancy and Ja- HORSE-SHOEING Newport T. M. Palmer, and Scott &Tucker. and P. Train Thur
authorized to use the firm name in liquidation. &c intrusted to hi. per. ; Freight wienjrer on TucuJ.iys, -
t paned Ware. A. HOPKINS. charge, in the best manner and despatch. Monticello; Palmer& Williams, Waukeenah. And days and SaiurJajs, will human Blood upon bung Analyzed
-STOVE HEAD QUARTERS D. B. MKGINNISS. JOSEPH II. AI. TON. ly dealers in medicines throughout the State. Leave Bionwm IIt..3 20 A. M. dltvqys presents u* with the>ame epsentialelemces
10 '60. 16-ly *. Gtinenrllle at .. .5.50 and gives: <.f course tbuTapKSTAKDaao.Uluod .
A Splendid assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Tallahassee, Jane 19th, 1560.eoPartnership.. March 13, 1860. 12-6m April : A..lrl'
Wood Stoves,trimed with neatness and durability U..I.U at.10.50 ol a person luflering from Consumption,Lit

at reduced price La."OV JSollool EDWARD M. WEST, ArriveatFernaimdinuat..2.3SF. M. I Complaint, Dyopepsia, Scrofula &c., and we lads
OUT DOOR WORK. J. 1<:. LARKIN, I every i nit ante certain dtjieiexeitl in the red gluhlc'!
1 A. HOFK1NS, a. C. rAtCHILL.EDwaao OF HARVARD COLLEGE. Auctioneer and Commission merchant
ROOFING, Ornamental<' Head, Guttering, : sRADioao. ju, I.. a. STITKEI.PIIE Engineer and Superintendent. of Blood. Supply these deficiencies, and you at
Copper, and Tin Conducting Pipe, Sheet Lead, UNDERSIGNED entered into a Co-part- fTlHE Next Term will commence SEPTEMBER TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Fernandina, July 3, 1860.' 23 made welL Hie BLOOD FOOD i. founded apes An

Sheet Zinc,Lead Pipe, Patent Cistern Pomp Shop JL nership the 1st day of June, 1860, under the JL 3d, 1800. For Catalogue and Cir. PROMPT attentionlion given to Consignments to Theory-hence its astonishing ancees Titer,arm
work of every variety don. at abort notice. firm of A. HOPKINS & CO., for the transaction of cular address Room. next door to Ames & Lively' MILES NASH & co. Fire Prcparatlong adapted to the Jelcici
CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS, General Merchandizing Business. Drag More. [Nov. 8, 1859. 46 rica of the Blood in different diiiease. For COCCM,

Ar. respeotlally invited to give me a call before purchasing A. HOPKINS JOEL PARKER, Royal Professor, Dealers in Dings, Mcdicinti, &e.VyOULD COLDS BKONCUITM' or any affection whatever of toTIIBOAT ,
x elsewhere.VN. EDWARD BRADFORD, Cambridge, Mass. A1.ex. G-allJ.e: or LUNOS including CoNsimrno.v, we Nat,
|:; B.-All article manufactured from the R. C. PARKHILL Cambridge, Aug. 11. 33-3t DeALeR 1.1 inform their friends and the pub which i i. also the No. for Dtriiira.i or Smm
very beat material and warranted durable. No other L. R. STAYNER., DryGoods Provisions lie, that they hive on hand a good assortment I Loam or ArrKTiTZ, anal for all CiraojrrcCoaruinarising

article will be offVred for sale. Tallahassee, June 19, 1860. 26tfSPRING NOTICE. of such articles a* are generally kept in their. from On a-VIE,G UIU..DUllnY, aJKu-
Oct. 9. 1855. n Flo. copy. claims demands ANDGroceries line of business, and will be receiving regularly TOO PaosTtATioii. No. 2, for Lave Conruin.
N"e G-ood. ALL persons having or in General. fresh si pplies. Their terms shallbc reasonable. No. 3.for Drircnu. flung Irtoiy prtptrtit

TALLAHASSEE2A22L23T FOR the estate of B. C. Burgess, deceased -'OY. 9, '58 46-tf [Flor. copy TaU.hu.ee.Joly8Lh,1851. absorption it i i. TJKCM. u Dior and earned imm

are requested to present them, properly -. __ drately into the circulation, so that what yon [*:i
"S y.-I, ; .c.. .;;, AND SUMMER authenticated, to the undersigned within} DAVID.r.=_HOQOe.. A. rtRKV AMAKER FOR SALE. you rttaia. The No.4 i i. for FEMALe: ImocuivTIES .
-- I
I 1860. two years from this date or they will be Hogue & maker, HOUSE and LOT together I IlTiTtaia, WEAK5iMts Ac. See sprcialJ|
A for tin. For SALT
rection Ru
) AfD ,
barred and those indebted will make ihe oat-buildings, which are
; pay- AND COUNSELLORS LAW with" and
Harness Establishment. PRATORIU3 & CLARK ATTORNEYS AT plf'lc.ltl.iluated on the principal tTLovs. KIDMCT. BLADOCK CoMt.aZNrlabit.,
ment immediately.
5. In all cae the direction. moat to strictly: fal
-0-i Tallahassee, Florida and the within
near Depot, n few
Have now in Store Full Assortment of-s .
/ GREEN D. CIIAIRES Adm'r.JfST lowed. of the BLOO& F.
1 rpHE subscriber having purchased the interest of TTAVE formed a co-partnership the practice of ments walk of the Cipitial.' It his thereon n excellent Price oj> 91 per bottle.

i JL the Ute DAVID K. HULL, in the Carriage, Persons having claims against said JTJL Law. and will attend to any professional business I well of good water, fruit Ir en,Ac., which make Sold.byJ3IIURCH & DrJPO \TT.Dronirti,

.4 Saddlery and Harnens business long kept by him, Cloths, JZJHl Drillings, estate will please. present them to M. D. Papy entrusted to their care. it very convenient and dr,irablr to one that may CHURCH t DUPOM,
,. would respectfully inform the inhabitants, of Leon and M.aylS58 21 wish for a pleasant ailo.itioii Call nn4 tee it. No. 409 Broadway, S TDy .
adjoining counties tht he will continue the business Cassimers, WJJK f HarsallesVesllngs Esq., who is authorized to act as my agent in ..JOnnOWMAX.:: A He* Jc LITILT,Tallahane And by ill ripeotabla
7 ia all its branches, at the old stand, where may the settlement of said estate. e 0a.1To'tl.o.: .. T.nahaas4.'eI"eb. 31, I860. 'JtfADMINISTRATOR'S I Druggists throughout the country.

be found at all times, HH Ilim August 4, 1860. 328wP. J. B. TAYLOR. J. a.! BOND. March 13GO. 13.ly-eow

Rockaways, Buggies, Road Wagons, Saddles, : Vestings, U3S. TAYLOR fc BOND NOTICE.
B. BROKAWS associated in the of Medicine. NEW ESTABLISHMENT.:
Harness Bridles Trunks prsctice
Whips HAVE
having claims demands

0 Of every variety.and Machine And in fact Belting, every article usually Spring Coatings, Jrll III kc.kc.. LIVERY[ AHB) SALE $STABLES Tallahassee. at, February the! Old Stand 8, 1859.of Dr. Taylor.7 ALL, are persona the requested estate to of present Jabez B.them Bull deceased -.II T uDdeniltned and the public generally re pect fully that informs be baa kit not
kept in such an establishment ; and he hopes by at. --- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. properly Retired from Basinets,
HANCKEL TUNNO( & NOWELL\ authenticated to the undersigned within I.
: tention to the interest of bit customers to merit a nor
_____;.' continuance of the patronage 10 liberally bestowed Which they are prepared to Manufacture to Orderat THE Proprietor would inform his friends FACTORSAND two years from this date or they will be GONE TO HARFEH'3 FERRT;
tke notice and in the Most Fashionable
the that he has rebuilt his barred and
those i indebted
C upon his predecessor. J. E. PURDY. extensive of public, ; will make payment nor baa he any
Also assortment
4 The ubcriber would also inform his friends and manner. an large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is immediately. \ \S. U. BULL, Intention of doing to Texas
the public, that he .tiil continue the Agency of the Men and Youth's Clothing, now prepared to accommodate his friends and (General[ well known celebrated Wheeler Wilson "1(0FUENISHING
sndjustly customers. NORTH COMMERCIAL WHARF, August 4 1860. 3 -8w
Sewing Machines.Sept. : GOODS. Bisiiess Ain .
I All for sale at the lowest He also has attached to his Stables C. F. HAKCKXL,
: 20, 1859. 39 living price* They re a good all ita various branch V
lpt'ctfull'lOlicit a call from their old friend and customers Blacksmith Shop, where he will have done W. )[. TCXKO, SAVANNAH :MEDICAL "COLLEGE.THE ,

BLACKSMITHING.TIIF. at their old stand opposite the Marine Bank all kinds of Plantation work, Horse Shoeingand M. R. TUNNO, } Charleston, S. C. Eighth Annual Course of Lectures in one month from this date. His shop i i. frontiaf "
SUBSCRIBER notice that he baa Agency. 200 foot street, opposite the Postoffic aaJ itU I
gives institution will
Carriage work in the best manner E. W. NOWELL, commence on Monday *
his BLACKSMITH SHOP in ryWe are receiving new goods monthly. very rear of Mr.Zaker'a HarneisSitop, where be_'
connection with his Luau STABLES, where he will M.rcb.27, 1860._U_ and with promptness and despatch. -: :- the 5th of November next. to crrry on th. business! u it should be don. F-
have done all Linda of Plantation and Carriage work. Nov. 5, 1853. 44 TN the absence of one of our firm Messrs. D. C. Preliminary Lectures will commence on the ing grateful (or the liberal patronage beretofcr rt.
-AI.SO- NEW GOODS. X WILSON & SON, of Tallahassee, Fla., will reore- 22d of October. tended to him, he would respectfully solicit web*
_ sent n*,receive and advance all Cotton designed *
upon Vance of th. hi. peraauJ
HORSE SHOEING in the beat -: :- Lost or Mislaid FACULTY : same, hoping by own
very for
fort and prompt attention, to reader...tire m.tob
manner and will use every endeavor JOSEPH WEBER, HANCKEL,TUNNO & NOWELL R. D. ARNOLD M. D Pro t B. rrns.
Theory and OG. H.
to have work done with dispatch,and No. 88 of the Pen. & Geo.K. R. Co. Jan. 31 '60. 6 Charleston B.C.
to suit customers. MERCHANT TAILOR BOND and payable in the City of Savannah Practice of Medicine.P. Aprn83.1860..!!!! 18-tf [rTor.ccfy. _

P. B. BROKAW. _ Ga. The public is cautioned against W1LK. CALL, T. W.'BUYARD,JB. M. KOLLOCK M. D, Prof. of Obstetrics

January 11, 18.)93Oarrlages. INDDCALta: HeRrady trading for said Bond as the Company will CALL, &. BREVAHD, and Diseases of Women and Children. ErN INSURANCE COMPAKT-

Buggies and. Harness, lade Clothlnf not hold itself responsible lor its redemption. 1-tor1ey; : aot La"gg", W. G. BULLOCH, M. D, Pro Surgery. OF HARTFORD.
7. B. READ M. D. Pro
Materia Medic
P. B. BROKAW. AND GINTLCMCN'S: Aug 4 32- Treasurer. HAVING laMdated themselves in the practice of JURIAH HARRISS, M. D, Ptafeator of Incorporated its 1818.::.CJutrUr l'erpaaJoa

t Subscriber ha*just received a ,ufier their profeeaiooal rvieo to the Physiology

--.i THE large iipply of Carriage, FurniihiBg Goods, MISSISSIPPI RIVER COTTON PLANTATION .. publio. They win practice in the Cux.it Courts ofthe N. A. PRATT, M. D. Pro!. Chemistry. h, Cap1ta1-lOOOOOO!
Bnggiea,and Harness,which he offer Tallahassee,Fl. Middle District.the Sipren Coon and District W. R. WARING -
_ M. D. Prof Anatomy. -
FOR Court of the United Stale If
SALE. at TtllahaaMw.MT .
ft' for sale on the most reasonable term. R. B. INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE
No..28 1854. Subscriber i i. Onwe is Raitf n'new building,over the South HARRIS, M. D, Demonstrator of FIRE ON TERMS ADAPTEI
THE now receiving at his aloes next THE Cypress Bend.Plantation in Chicot Co.,, ,
We4ara Rail Road Bank. Anatomy .
R. H. Berry's Auction Room, a wellselectedstock TO THE.HAZARD,
GREAT SOUTHERN Arkansas, one of thjB very best Cotton Plantations Jan. 31 1860. 4-if Clinical CI
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.suitable for Lectures at the Savannah Hospital, AND CONSISTENT wmt THE LA**
-0ONEY Gentlemen Wear on the Mississippi River is DOW offeredfor twlee a week, by Dra. Arnold and Bnlloch COMPENSATION.B. .

4 d2 L OVD' Consisting in part of- sale at the extremely low price of$65,000 BE5BT L.JUTT'EBB. on their respective branches. These are the, .C. LEWIS, Agent,

PATENT SOUTHERN PLOW. French and English Cloths Oassimeres Dollars. It has upon it all the Improvementsand COMMISSION MEICHANT. only Clinical Lectures delivered at the Hospital YorTalIshae.e. and fieiairep22 /.

and V 81t1J1p.of Machinery necessary for force of eighty TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA., for the benefit of Students. 57 19.-

; Patented Dec. 27th, 1859. the latest style and beat quality which he ia prepared bands, and has in cultivation 1000 acres, now IBERAL avjimnewoMdc! ,M Cottoa ot Tobacco Agreeable to the conditions of the State
l to make ap to order ia a workman.like and upon it an unsurpassed crop of Corn and Cot L. Donation Student A.T OOST.A .
.assIto his friends ia NewYork. one from each
I WE call the attention of the public to our new !laabionable manner, and pa reasonable terms.Also ton. There are altogether 1500 oi .Congress- : HOPKINSA &: COA
acres tS-jBIGOT EXCHANGE NEW YORK iaam ional District will be taken ,
PlOW, feeling satjiped that it i I. the moat free of
L convenient valuable and economical FLOW yet iovee B.eacl.7-WEAde a general assortment: of Land in the tract, and not one bat ia arable. *to nit pnrohaaen.. H. L. B. Applications with charge. RE offering thWr. I lag' Stock 'k. 8Vl.tL

)* f ted, and meat when it haa been tried, npercede all1.i and Fancy Silk Cravata CJJ.othSn.5.lllaclt and Tie ; Shirt.; Protected AS this place is,by front and aide 8pU-7, 'M 37Oha. be made to the Dean.necessary Touchers must : DIUSSOOODSATCOSTCIORGANDIE.JACONBTIIBUAOE- KFINE 'B ._

others. This ia the opinion of experienced: planter M.rioo.Sillr and Cotton Levees, overflows are impossible: and >>
Under.wrtal Collar Half! upon Feet for entire Course S1I
: of 8CMMM
; Lectures
1 who have examined iu We ; 1105 00
sell .. .
are prepared to patent Hoso; Glove ; &0., &e.Ira. examination, it will t>4 found the cheapest .
1 *. and call the special attention of the public that would take this method returning thank plantation on the river. particulars nrJtni I M&triCCIt10DTICket,(paid once,) & oo They ioriu Oi 'iflmtka.- otpurchaaitLJmia.111560.

) tloae wishing: may secure them toon. The PLOW to his old customers for the liberal patronage heretofore refer.to euurit. tyti'uins 8tlUIIII.1 DemowtratorfcTickets,,... . 1000 : ; sa .

$ "I b F 049 be eeen at Lloyd and we will leave pattern die. bestowed on him, and trusts ty strict attention A. P. AMAKER'Tallahassee Fl*,: Graduating Fee,..,. . . . go 00 -S H 'BXRRTi *
tributed a| difilrect p'acci very soon ry A rests tI) bu :oi*..to a or:it a coaCeaance of the aarne. or on the place to j \ -I- For fartherrtieu1ars.annvy! i
WantedV.' RONhY: & 1.OTD. JOSEPH H. E. and A C. WELLBORN. .A LLorderaccompanied by the CASH toIP. ,, A1OT1ONEEg< AID COMMISSION
TVEBER.CO 4\. o. ...-
.. with atUntioa.Jebrnary ,
3-tl prompt BULLOCH. Dean.. -
t 1460. '
I \L: :: Mitch '; 11. August 18, 1860xSI,/ 14 18W. 8- bgqrt 1860. .3f-4t' a ; : SIft] H J ir 'f'.- ,,
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