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The Floridian & journal
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 Material Information
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 8, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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notis - AKP8648
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System ID: UF00079928:00419
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY DYKE & CARLISLE .. :TALLAHASSEE Fr.lA*, SEPTEMBER 8, 1860. ol. VOL. XII--- NO; 37. 1 m



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M. LJVEL, I I PROPOSED AHEDHEXTSTO" MISSIbSIMM UIYKU! COTTON '.,\*:- I "} ; : CAP.D !
I .
SEW GOODS WHl'LliSVLK AND RD1A1L DEADEI IN i -. TATION FOR SALC. nfl T. J. -J--
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t CONSTITUTION 0? TIlE STATE, I TIll: (,')pre.-s lcnlll'laltatioll: in ( 'hit. (.., I t\rni'l.lJ\ ? | | rt.,' in in : : ri<, Esq,
Arkn of the revsls.t l < olt"i I 1'1 1 *. \ totlio ; :
I ; -FORSPRINC \DUI-TED nr THE NINTh c.I'SII.4L o\Sr IL1. I : :as an
t I i I i ta'ioi-son; thC! Mi!io';5s1t1.- !llivirr.: : .,\,. ..f'r"dI \I.! Ah :.iie! aEast I 1 : ; ; LAW re.p.tfully wifcn

-0- '1 I for s-ic! at t J!..' c>tieschiiv! i piii i -i"i.; .. "I ; lriill.i.r"I1.;! | !': hc: ; -S
& SUMMERAT .\ ACT amend; the 'th section of the f'thaitiolc | j-.iShi. All Juimsfurcol' -
X i$) .
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I hillln.It !i-- upon it all the 1t1l1"| ii 1 1- ,:; l!:'! j'..-.' ten: -i'\ \'C.l. !I ,: i ir.'s< .tl'Uit..J tl bizsin ill
; of the
of the of
THE- Constitution State: :, and Jl.t! ,'!m erv iuTe\ aryf,r\fllr"t' of ciuity? 1 I lie wM: ....''lt..u' the {: .
I to. ,
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Floii-b.
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I': LanJs, aihi hon in oultivation IOOO a.-n. non I I J'tur.iuu in thov i-" i the buil :
OCCTION I. J)' it cna'te! by tir ft.natrO it (C'orn and C"'t ''has inaiii I new ling If".po..itl. .
CASH & EXCHANGE ROOMS iiN>n an tu.Mirp.txscdrop H tt -.2i".I 1 aria'i ., & C
I ).
hid //)' :%" of Rcpmlitlrf of tf
--os-- I TALL \JJ.\SSEK. FLORIIA.CIna3de. nf fl'>riJa in Gene fa! A-mmlly ron r.md, :. L-. in the trart :ttil I not one but i iir.Ui!.. li'm: {to 1i11t'sip| f'i'l' .s.-tN i 'JS 6m --- -

j .. Pirfumcry Surgical. iiKtrnmcnts, Faints That the 8th section of the Clli article ot the I'r\.t..t-.II\\l ptif is, !liv fret;? ami -:.!.' I 1 !j.opul: : i I''.: !T.---, .it fi-,1.1 ; .\ T.\TIfJ: I IX I1X.N

G. IF: Scott .S. Ca. Oll.'lIrn.h.-ALSO., DY--StuS I, &c. i Constitution of this State hall not horijtfurbe i Lcxee" oterffown are iuipotfeibie.! and III' II ,,1..1t:1I.l : l h.---' th-in U i ii SALE.

f DrU6'h. Com'j an->t 1 -::anin) the South : (he ) I II "

. dn.Ciie.t'of all *:'i-R.fittcil up i in conipUteBtjlf the Supreme Court ( 'hann-Hor! or Jud:o of: plantation. on the rin!!.' Korfinrttriibrs ret r t.) afll i trJ:ranU-e theii t | !. knl\tniS the \Vkitakqt
-: :- I with Pure Medicines.OTJIT. I I this Stattinoli;iUe! t.o either; of the oHices of! \. 1'. AMAKMU.! !: T.iHul.-as.., 1-I.! I ul'il .ai)4 nicfVJu: : us I .? for vt'lhi. hn-( he-.

Justice: of Vie' ( '., at Chaiioollur!) i of Ttllth.h""c. suit. coo-
JSTOOJ21Of Snrrenie' or or on til-.' p'.iits': t-> i>r .vt: !'. I
Ever variety of Gnoh required l in this Drnc, MptIki.q. A.C.. n bracvs r rr ailnUT Jiiduo of tkti is Stale: utmn the }!-.."'i I. that! \ II. E.3'tcl.4'. \VKUJJnV.Ar. : I Tho e in 11..1 I .f hi- ? } : :.f o' j:)\*>! C'.tor. Lank

l\Q.AB. T T. I I flr..t ju >lit\ c."ua'n I \hi ';:I.e :1.4.1! 1'1..It.nit! t\_ I' in tItle v d.liti'Jn and AM
'! of liorrr ar.J .luiiiuut. I Ii
I rr! en hsin: 'h< ir ">: !"I.t *;: : in tko bin uiatu-r, or pot < in I J.I''o:; : M.i: LMVC i lie I II
-: :- I and si lie nioit (..,.tnota': $.. pr,c'.. i,. \\l\\\ G*'i>cTal .\- mljy.--t'.L4I8Ctl1 the S-n- !I MB'ni'AL (_'OI.I!: I r., tl>t :it l I" toro p: ; !iu _' ) The property is otfercU for

Ai lrd.:7.ISO I. U' ate by th<* coiiM'tnnonal! ) imjority Jaeiuarv S, THE J'iijiithtiit'I: : (ViirMof J't'htro.- intiiis ,'ff' The b>t ret; ; ; I ) the hcir'u I CoIr par

.Aitl.S. ifR5 !OIJJ I - .-- 1859. lasc l tlii"' IIntl! of Represutatives 'I' institution will c.>nmn>:jee 0:1 bn.by.. I I 1)eeiusbcr !. H.,:. -

j WHITS ZEAD, ; lay' the romlitntiond! rnnjority January 12, I Ii the )1j! o f No ember m-\t. .\ EufivlJ.N.C.

: Zin, Paints, Colors &c. i 18dtS.J I II "I'rcliininarv Lectures will cointoenrc on t.i22d I DI : : TJI.iliawe.Hu!!
liEiVY DRYPlantation GOODS O--tou"jj- : Co : 2tf
Ihavvjust r.xcivt.l: and ke"I' (ooasunily' LanJ!, I I of I rH I'antnershiii' 4'.__'__'_ ..__ _
> n-i :lie un tSt redR.inible tr..1*, ; AN ACT to amoii-! the 7th >04ti..n of th< : I ACULTY : i der the ft.vie: of the
\ Jr/-l'l
/Vrnri and American Zinc Paints Enqlitb. : 13th article thcCon: itutlonof thisState.j I' !!.".'n .li. .)ln't; on the :J 1 7viy.
U. \IXHLIt. M. I> hut ofllworv ard!
1 Goods, I Boiled and ltu 9 Liancd Oil, Ked Lead, j SECTIOX I. Df it ct>trtf-l ly the Sntatf{ "'rwie': of )1t'4'i.jne., b.si.tef t-) 1 hat: i

Lt&arge asd J'atent Dryers, Ytfdufrit : old Ifonte nf Jtjt'nlufa.. # of tltf State or and II Ellt Ill ST & t Bill uf Di wce.
I'. M. K' :U!..Of1. 1', IW. of Ob! t.-trr-s: .
I
.
( t. 1i Rljiii' Paint. Varr.ishVeartiatt I/YoriJa in rv! A-seutWy tm riit4, That I RUST & AGHKir.: ; }
'j, ari'l IH-v.-rtst-s'trf': Women awl Children.
etj .D.,1o' ) (9, !tL'J. Preach .. the .tit acetion (.t. tl_., l.tth article of the <:' 11 I ] | : .t.f.1: :tivD of the Coins
1-1 \V. <.. Bill! ) 'M.-II.! M. D, 1'rol': Su"' '\'.
-' N / I S attJ AutcricayOlitt tution! of tlr: :tte: h, -t> am n.lt'd M to TiIdua'-e'! f:. Jqy! -JO I I i that the d-fvitdi.lt: in thU
1 4. t IS. UK,\II. )l. I'.. IW. Matcria M i.flint.JI'IHAII .
: .0. Lamp daft, r&u!, all liabiiilic.f vuh Hanks ltaI! l lie the b'Uitc ot Flondi it i.i
I : 11.\1!HI'i- ). I ', l"rvfcor ofhiluy.no4orr. !
;M'i'stiny. Paris H7.dr. pavaLIe J in specie, and tIt" arrt-gItc! of the I I 4'.t .l'\la ) bo had upon the fact

.' :. ., ." j Ametiuiti i n J"o;./7W lilac iialtiiitio. end it..uu.; of a il.i.i ((cxciiiMve' .*" I II : rj'IIIE bu.iiui,1' tin.-! : (befynj the .1 edge of tho
K-a : : N. A. TU \ IT. M. It., Pt-f. (hom'sirv.:
-1 'J r 1 I Pttliii'n. \ 'Ju.l at :; State of FbrMa on thu
i'i W.I Ii. \VAlil\ i, %1. iL Prof. AIIlrom':
A 41 4 iW J j A Q ;, <'/".'./<..ti dthlbf, lY. rfVM .f-. <{"..-. anionnt of it- 'Mpits! stork paid. in. I 1:. 1.;. II.\WWL )J. 1), IVniou-itiut-Jr .J'Aiiat.nnv. .I >ttbseril ers who : [.' next. It i ii further

( March7, ISW. M. LJVKLY.1COO : [JUb Oent-ral 1\-enlty.-I':1'Cl1! th* Senate on the 1st ilbltltlt.He : of this! order bijpublishe! EMBKO1DEKIES AND HOSIERY, -- -- - -- the titu :ol\1 January, : : I .. JornHi week
by (.tJ -' majority : once a
CKni'-iJ l.iM'iresal at the vanaah I lli'-* >l.II.!
QtHrHNE. 1650. J'a'd ;!iiiiouso of llepreseMativc! 1 ( I T. lahi! >. (, July! 21, i I <* month
t'\'i iv a A. hy ) \n.JJ sn\l! Uul.'ocb!'
Ocncca Saiplisic; ; of 1minI.I %!. b the "'on.ct'.t:31:: ; UJ.1orilJam:1rt'. 1". i } @u Li J@] ou their re'l"'ecti Lrandie- 11ie ; I bought the; article Ufttv the aJuine l3f1.I Ni : I {
EAVING i t iir.it'.xl Liftur delivered' at lie Hcspit.tl -
I am prrjxrcu, to s> il it on tor) r,'n- I I ,1\ LI. |"'-.utisshihit- YLI': 15'AKEH, Ja.Jg'J.
cal! tfrsn.. To I'I,- ;.,: iJ aiti i ii. thrtrm.ie 1 for tH'! b mit of Students.
-> -la a: ) > >
m AX A(T t,> am-al! tht atl1'ttJeJ t'i.tjtu! 71 JIKIU .V KtM\ : .1m-2?.
al.. "JI.t a on ..:.t\ ( r C \I.!! ,'.IU l>aof. tua Agrees!' tj the e... tion; of tlio ate Ci" Fi >ri.la m ivl 1 :t2)n to CO.( ss ill rill!! atd! ". H" : ".-" r" --
!*w asn! any ma.-ki' \; Itb ot s"I'::'. ; i Hlh' Siiid! nt from eaih nioua' ., :
,P \ i .' the of the ''eneral 4'tl. Jannnrv 1-t, bv 'h I .
o'mH'rf .J-iirli V4. 1t 6" M. LIVELY I eic'onft Ansinibly.SE i i-
l ti-;I I.t \\1! l I. > trikcii: free of .'lllr. tI -.
!
U __ $ --- -- i <-TI :J I. h" it mwtil by the Sean e 1:1: : the lir:t p'lblination of
Ii::0:5: with tI.t'ondurUtlht
i i Congress Water. flat" IJ'ufsi fl'i'"- .;.4-ti4rts i11Ai S'.r'" ofFP.riIbr I '\I'ji'a Tall-ill! e.\ .Jdy 1 i1 1 I. ; under.i. ncJ. a,!Imini->trH-
Ii I FRCSH! SITI'LV.! i.1 ft I'Ilc l l'A !It iL- 1' the Dean.JWs .
\ iu-t nctri- : .
I it, (;..' / Atr co..ttr That J.-. L. Green Jeccawl.
>nfity ,
s' .
, HATSan.d. '! : I/ M. LIVKLV. f:ti ftit-r: Course of Loi-t-ro, ; <, foil,:, fri J, !ts".1': .R:1- : ;
the nietnbers of t!!" IK-nsc of Ji.t.-ettte-: will present her final a't-
}1uiti icithat; jolt VicLA, (Cp.ifl i once.I :> Otl EN1S -iN'i! f--U; !
I Ft.a: I rt
tI'IIIIIZ Ir&n .: li.rtueI hall! l the tl the Hon.
S-- ; t.'l''l'f'III', tvc e <-o>cn by: CAPS ;I ami I 1:1 J Oils, tit ak l.y an l shall serve for tV, term of two years lKMn..n4ratorTiekcK 1'') tnt I V.T: Lt.li, .1,) .t"! > l ()r.ltv and ask to be dis-
K-ti'7. M. LIVILV.JSood : I"* tolI! I Sn .. 'II.i. C !
) OIL CLOTHS & MATTING I I Ions and hfter the day of the first cl,vti,nainler ; EL'JY fm'ESJm',.
fur furuivr ai.v t '.
partiotilnr t'td: I 'Mlvtr
au. _
; n.l leJ t\lt.titul1tl: and ;? / 6 .
the :
T-u..rn..J.p aMJ : : no mNoiirk
;
I \VM. 4. iti.ItIJ: nsn.jii : ___. _
;!
ORNICES & CURTAINS, 'oI I -.\.L PI \\TIVJ.R ;. 10sir; an 1 the sc.si.,u: of the! Gciirai AsomMv -.- Silverav, :

U l.l.\lL'.H.\. K-! T.. .1 I F1! J uh :lr>ll bt aiifiii_I! and <'oiij.n-iifo oa \U'I.l: 18, l.i. a-Jt Plated do. ,
ViTjriv an :t urnip I the of
yj ,ij I''l } ------ -- at net
__.._ ., ._ !!._M "J.w.j..: S. ,..t), .-,!I.. I,>rs- !)uihf.t. .!, (:ru II O'atru' aid the :i'A Monday of \tiibcr in e;-h year, \ : >n\L 4.:<..I.U.I'I! : i4.t: \MA A"' J'. .. t III!,-! r.Meulk ) ,', ajl'hcatiou se will ion l.
.
I' other c..I.bI; H't'.". ;JoJ s reeehd II.t f'r see 1.yI or at Mich other tni-s us may. tie present :1 MOltlLK.fni ; Fish: IJohs, :
An;;. 21 I, TMW iIf1l1S. I.VILYTAYLOR1S Ion at of orsfimvuduiunt to
: Ii
SAILS IRON AM OILS .-.-- ----- ---- in* 1:1,'. :: !: Lvtmv.il! eiisu.( '',' u a the lltliJ. TaIlahia'iee 21. '' .; : and Geo. and tlift
Vt I' C t ffil.ir ."' Tl.at !!- July
> i. tHfiiro
COTTON GINO.I j E( me NVvnil'-'r! iKjrt.'i7i : J Qa.j Companies.
l'
r'< I f\ 15 and T.O JS \\tS. t* .'" by .--ii'ati-. # iJiulH I..' < h.>..:iw.i: tie! first '- MI '<'. -, ..!. the! ---lux.! has in.!lue..l h.SjKt .- tL: \d K \ 31OTICK
.
.
I M! .! in -'v- in wh .enond .
> i j' < r :11 < 'l'I'j -
iLJJ5
A. HOI! KIXS Oi iliou- ( i -
& !
I I KeatHfr tit eppopthtefifty fluE Iuuih-riSigse.I i?" '
GROCERIIAOH( : JU'I" t4. t".11. :; .11 jearfrooi and! aft
- !i writ! i:. -. the anjctj.le I Constitution or on such other this s-im tu'! irutste'i have l,:liit oinf the in:_ with Mr. Kultn's ( date, the lt..raJgueol? will

day ft'i may be !5nvt t.1 by law. !largest "'1.1! j I. r;!'is ha1.iii esti-! .. <>rll.m 1'!. S8.. .n.? if /Jtr"r ""flr-le'll. Tit tlS&itt'rs .-
of Leon and
: aiur ALL in tu! Ui'itf' Stute- inu will IN done with county,
I :iist the i tatc of H. C. IJurgc tic- shall! b; chvM.-n by the qualitsielectors from the adminis-
J in '
Tie! MMouni haUt been lfcte-l v\(" Hu an refer with
i .,"u- "C3I!, are rrj'tcte.l to piwnt them, prop- for the tfim of fi.rr! oars at t''"' is of M. TownienJ
I part t-f I-''r.iLie with the reatt are, and! have patronized! him Mary ,
; J frly autlu-i.tH-atcd, to theundersiijised within .me time in the ame iitann r all] ii t.1'.'
!
i .CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ritU la sj'.-:mei's to illa-strale eerdtpart! a -ter of bi> work. 31'S county.
I tuu cars from this date or tlifyiU I U same places! wh''ni they v.tt fur i:" '!'nlei-oi I iRe-. r i ) SMITH: AdraY,

' brrwl l : and those iiid"bted will m.kepay- the House of Representatives, and no ;
person
;
:..;-- I Ihere are three large II<*i'ils! free to the'Ilie January 8, 1858. 11-Cin
4I ;I luviit injtuttliNti'iv.RIEN, hall! l IIC a S'nLtr inil!:s lie be a white nun.a I 'IJ"IIII. ; N '

I < : : P. cn.mw.r.! i-itirc-n of the Ut hit."j States, ai.d .L.ii! ha\i- ts NOTI(2E.( :
JE '/: / 1"I"'I" .' : FOR !
.i $" ;"" ''' 'If ""''' ( v'1 r. .m I f..r ] rtdi'al! Anatomy will bcoj
4, h"i ami .Vr1Fl.:' IIf lJ4, 1 I ir- IVrsons having claims against said been an inhabitant! of this State. for twoyears I >oti .d abo.it the tuziujilcof October. VXTATIOV IS claims or demands

let eolat,-will please Irtnt them to M. 1>. Papy.li nest ]>recc'Iin.g hiiIe. t .'i, aid the -,,- I UITEI'ur' Mi- I.. I : of Jaltez B. Bull, de-

\I. Lowest CASH Prices. i t ].. flit i> nnihorizoti: tl'< a-1 a.. my agent in last year thereof a r;iJ(>nt of the'! distru-t .r T ACT LTV : I 1. JeI-rsifli roiinty. ted to present them, prop
.
'.i. nhioit h sIsal! be rhosen all.1hl.ii ,
I the M-ttlnueut of'aidAugut4 l" -iatf. onntv. for < J to the undersigned within
.. 1 I..I.I\I I June I*. IbOO. Vitf ,' J. C. MUTT M. 1)., Professor of Sirrery.J. :-u-rc-: .f fine C.ttou I
"< I ECO. 3--8w elb I --- =__ __ __ __ _- ._. I F. JlI U TJS! :, 1. >., Pu.C of AiiatbmVM. ; .. and ..1 tiii! ">UOn-. indebted will make ,
GEO. WALTON KNIGHT j jATTOttXEY I M. I 1) : lies illiin 1O miles pay-
\ .I1. AXDKKJsON, I'rcoofl'hys- v
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1' H. ltItIK.'iW'S 8Er.I.. Z;V it ftrlli-r f*(+ ;, That theeIacsilealion I J AS. H. BULL
& COUiNSELLOU AT LAWj! the fir i)!""_ \- r.n-1 r : : of Senators made at t de bonU
TALL\H\SSr.E. FLA.tIbI1ke LIYEP.Y AND SALE STABLES session of the (General .\, etaLh', held in the GiO.'A.: : I\I-l' JI\I, M. I'n I'rof. of Paiuti 1\ large 11t..1)! (If good 1 328u. non.

at Mrs-ill.: A in es Livrlj's Drug Slorch II 1'l.I.IJ.SEF., I'D HMHA. iwi.*, hall eontinw unchanged, one- pies and I'raitke tlf Meiliciiie. '.1 the best vf timbt-r. A ._ __ _____ __
l .,) t I. 1RCO. 19-1 j' I year \irh' ;! hall bechoMMi P. A. l K:< >>,S, M. 1). Prof of Maleria Mt-dica K. W. ;. ; OTICII
S ---- -- -- Jo: would inform his fiiecds half! of whom, a* a* po--ible, :
TII i rpii Proprift.tr
18CO.
GEORGE S. COLLINS t, nuilhfur the of and TlK'rapenti.-K. May 2rN I date, the undersigned
hereafter term
{
,t that !I.. has built his .
I I .1 and the puHir, it F. I 11 <;t IIIJ:I){ )N. M. \ t. Prof of OMctrioand : accounts and vouchers to
InnJeclarril
rW it
1f11i kttOtflt1I. X ounst11zr at alc, I large Hrick Mablo, at the old stand, and i i"II four vear: : Prnridt'l. mrr, PJCHARDSOX) S !
i J ) of Women and Children.J.
: of Leon
": -s as ex.
TAIJ.AHASSEK fI.OkJl:1ro .\. now prepared to accommodate hi> frictidi and! !,."/ Tl-at the term of office of that I' _ASKS 1)1: I county
II: the lir.t \\ MALLLT. !Prof of 'helll tr\. I on the state or Y. V.
tin Stale Dank class of Senators at
tincxpired
t trer II
d'I ..b. li.! I3CO. 9MEDICAL CU- tOIIHT tion under the amended Constitution deC-1! (COKOXXVV, ( '\VIN: M. !>? A. P. HALLSI. I C< XSUMKRs: of : :. I e of said county and aak.
----- -- HP al: 'has attached to hi* Stable, a good J. It., Demonstrator. of A tiatoms-"-. 1 tlio e de-irotis of .
: the fir-t M J'"I!
Jr.JI' NOTICE. laik-nilh Shop, where he v.il! fal0U' e\tcud tr and c\pre on go.als. should! ) that I
; II. 1) SCHMIDT M. !H. Pror 'eutor of Sur se Fx-officio Adm'r
Ired! and ;
h
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October
eighteen Jn
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DR. GEORGE BADGER I kinds of 1'1:1I1tstionork, Horse Slmc-ing! stytwo.SEC. i fliym* are pealed v.ith :
FEltS; &Ii. ,.rortC OflhI MMICW to the citizens'I. and Carriage work in the very best manner :. Uf it!ltrtlrr tnaclcl, Tliat the first gerv.A.i.Ire < 15-- m ._ ._ _
Ot) u.-T.Uab"'lIrl'and furruunding country.tf"0.ike I andilli and despatch.! election (Assemblymen nndtr this Constitution >' \V. II. AXDIIKSUX.Jul : i J.SSc. RICHARDSON) ) "
rICE.
prooiptuiss !It. ;9 :lin hoan) of IVuItv.Sllf. .
Hutcl.liuieS i.f the !
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ai the City Nov. 5 1853. 44 fhall take place on the fir..t Moi day 1 as a guarantee M '
the firat of
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JSGO _______9.-t( I ___ in O 't'>ber, c-ightwii hciidred and sixty, and -- f.E..11! & O.,, lut' t thGooN.. undersigned publication executor of

Fire Insurance Fulton the first "c5 Ion:: of the General; :\" 'IIl.IJ 1'11;:. -aution is '
; Foundry of N. X. Brancb
utKl-r this: amended! Constitution shall: r,'111I Dealers! in D.-tigs Mediclnej, &c. nn' as large quantities ,

Elite Fire and Hariae Insurance Co. i 1. .\ i L't! I! .\ > si; ::. FMIRI' hA. i mcbf, ,'n the third Mojid.iy itt N nemicr in.. TL'sT rtixol fr.\m New York, per bark tn.- Linens ar- i .- county, will present
I such thus
as executor, to
1'KXNXYLVAMA.: JOHN CAnny I the year: .liifhtcen hundred at.d <'.I:'-. :v. I j jSn ,J IJ. H. Gamble; a !eneral! aisoitnii-nt of ar- and scaled with the of said and ask
Proprietor.STEAM t<
J.1 \ t 'HE: Hr""i I.. rr.: : ..It d.l' ,..1Ial C. Jif: it ftirf'irr tirtrtul, 1'hal the (clcs in our line su. h a- (C'ils' of almost every Irish Houses who, re ) JOHX) county D. BRANCh x

\-ni.s.. F. S1L: FLA ;u :, p'I.t. I' K\: .1NTKS from 0 t" ::1 i.i hor v : *fs;i.ns f the General: Assetr.Mxinll?, not I i kind I, liurnin? Fluid. \\ hite Lead, Zinc and: thii inflicted hike on ( [ 20-6m Executor. -

TslIl t.a'i'. 1''''. 1' I,:,. :-.1 I I'ow'r.I:11! : t 1- b/'/. vl'tho bct material ar1i : extent' over thirty! au: in duration mile's a other ': iiit-, Window das; of l best quality. and) the mtnnfa<.turcr> / --' / _. -.

M-. F.--AVnERBON.------ W-y.- I'. --'.H..T'S--- i workmanship", and a> cheap! can lie par i cun" i tit iotl1! majority; of the IIh'ml'r:4 shall' PutU. ri-hes. lt11.hth.: Spirklinsr Gel; ii ill not readily : ': .

;t'hi.M'dui N tfl Y.-rk or any Northern t'tyI :t deem it cvpoliciit. No member shall! re- i' it ill,'. Ixindon Mustard, Fr'lII.h Ur.indv: (very ;ible, while purchusfrs the first publication of

Anderson & JHiliou, i I 1 II.ll..icl! J.h\U in Florida. Castings for SawMills ,- I ce'nc pay from the State fi/r his services best) 1 f lr tIlc.Jidnlll'lIrl'v| !(' s S.i|
ATTOUXEYS AT LAW, I Gin Gearing, &C. &. constantly) on after the expiration (.f thirty days eoniinuoiia'v -: Lemon; Syrup, Inks Quinine, IVnnian Hark, J. BULL[ >lUKE: i! vouchers to the Judge.

AXU80UICITOR8 ''hand. Sugar Mills from 12 to 18 inches ill.Jiamttl'r from the comiiH'!nonnent of the session. | I'luid! Kitraft: Iliifhn, ':-i-. Arc, and! a general 36 county, as executor of tha

IN EQUITY, I.. alw arson hand or made t& order. SEC. '. Le itfurtbr<"n. deceased, late of said.

Utiiaanaj Daciion County I'la, I Some beautiful patterns of Iron Railing. for I entitled an act to amend the Constitution of keep none but the very best and hope| to merit be tlicb\rged.

.,. : formed a co-pftrtllcr-laip intheprac- grave yaid, ,&c. I this State, so as to make the !sessions the roar iiatron.ie. New (; A. FISHER, ExVt

1a I HA\{ of Law, and will attend with fidelity I Jobbing work of descriptions executed I General Assembly biennial instead of annual, j MILI1S NASH A-. CO. J 86mr

1- tLd to any business entrusted to II with neatness nnd de'p tcb. All orders ad- : be and the same is hereby abrogated and annulled j March I 20, Uj.( 18 -_ __ -____
promptness John Tallahassee! Floiida! is inconsistent with -- -- ---..-.- -- RARE 1 N D .
(1I- tLuf care in the Circuit Courts of Jackson, drestod to Curdy, ; so far as the same j i ,-t. -D. rAI"- '. Illl.ll: AKCIIEK.PAPY&ARGHEK. .
If- haII\lill. (Calhoun and \' }jiurton ; in the \\ill! be promptly) attended to.tJriZ the provisions of this act. the first publication ofthh
Cu.sh..i.r I Passed the House of Representatives by IEG: lean rc pe% ncd
tho
'"j}reaje Court.at Marianna and in the Uni- [ I executor of
t4l.1| Mates District Court at Tallahassee and -0SPECI.L the constitutional majority January 1 >, IS:;. A T T O 1 U X i E Y S A T L A W tion of the citizen ment Archibald Graham,

..,.LJ, ic..lh'LrWafJ; NOTICE.ll.INc Parsed the Senate by the constitutional majority Taahasn-r? Plor;'.,. joining counties to the : county, will present
purchased the interest of Joseph I 15, 1839.1] >. 28 possession of a (''' 1 :
4. 1660.Scriven. 0 in the Fulton Foundry, as well as January July 9, 18.>; ______ SPRING AND I such executor, to the Judge
-- --- I county and ask to be dis

House. I all accounts due the concern, the businesswill OFFICE or THE SECRETARY or STATE, ) Sulphur Springs, c'O\IPRt PONDER, Ex'tr.

hereafter be conducted by me. Those Tallahassee, March 19th, 18GO. )} Dry (;Joo
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Indebted will please coine forward and settle I hereby certify tho foregoing acts entitled NEW TOUT, FL4JUI1)A.ilTRS.
1T1s.. s. B. FOLEY, Proprietress.-Tliis their accountsJOhN CARDY. *Au Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th L. A. MADDKX' respectfully informs Groceries and NOTICE:

lii new and elegant Hotel, fronting Monument January 7. 1860. 2-ly article of the Constitution of the State of LII her friends and the pul.he who tIlt d.-! \Vati-Iies and) date the umcrsigned

Square. M now in complete order, andgIy lo'loriJa0 Act to amend the 7th sectionof sire to visit the SULPHUR SPRINGS fur which I offer at aoton l final account and vouch

? !.-a accommodate in fine fcty'e: the travinjr I HONEY & LLOYD'SPATENT the 13th article of the Constitution of this health er pleasure, that shha. hal the Wakuila Grateful for the Probate of Leon county, .

public.Tlir 80lTnERPLO"VV" State," "An Act to amend the amended Constitution HOTEL put in good order nail l i> pro- fore bestowed upon estate of Lewis P. llollk-

! Rooms are large and airy, and the Taw of the State of Florida in relation to thesessions pand to aecommodate them with I lio.trd and I continuance of the I. of said county, and ask tQ
: fully equal U> any Hotel North or South. Her tablo will be with lie call and
INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to use this PLOW of the General; Assembly, to be true Ixxlpfii'j stij-plied t to ( give .us .
in al-1at
horse
frn.vs splendid four Omnibus the best the market FKESHFisit. L\ .
and correct copies of the original acts on file aa.r.a-itidui1iusg Y. Executrix.
"a\* the Depot and Steamboat Landings J. in Leon county, sold by BlaclcsmitL. in tliii office. The I>ath} llou.e at the upper t-prinj;: April 1-1. ie (. 30-6n
FRANCIS PAYNE
U and from tho House, I .
uairy > in fine - -- - .
condition fc'rIotliinr"and1ias
passengers Witness official signature is tri\cu -- - -- - - -
20 mv I I-- -
*i h1fthe usual rates. Tallahassee, May 12, If60. X :
F. L. VILLEPIGUE satisfaction to tll who "na} haeKited tlu .
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June 23, 1860. 2G-3m WM. ii. MCDONALD & GO'S Secretary of State. Springs this s \\t1. 29 July 14, 1860. ,\ PPLICATION : after date the
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ITLlCATioN will -- -- /Xscsr-ion of the
A U zmi4e tQ the next bbtrtising an' taaission Jwst, March 24, 1860. 13-6m OTlCE : final accounts and vouch
-Q. M-ssion of the General Assembly of this --S State of Florida for Probsto of Wakulla

Mttc. for a Charter of a RaH.Boa4 from the NO 102 NASSAU STREET, -S .FOItSALE, A ITLICATIOX will! be mIc to the r.ov:I j commencing at some on the estate of coun Jesse
aers of Harbor to fEW TOtX. milE TIQUSE AND LOT ON MONROE IJL: session of the General: Assvinbly of thij s between P/ er
Tampa Bay or
Charlotte late
*1"' JUTR of tne St. John Rif.>r.nt.orziear Advertisements will be received as above,. \ JL .Street, now occupied by P. B. Bnokaw, State for a Charter. for a Railroad: from thi. 11..r. u-ct wit!; lie Pen. ,, of said county, &.\

. ) ,l.. JfSUp. Si I for publication in tin papet.Anjf. Eeq- '. D.' B.; MEG1NNISS. waters. t.fthc St. Johnito Indian Khcr.Jolv : diln of .< ANNWIGGIXSadmx

i" !O 18.r.9 31 'May 5 l, 1880. f 19' il! 1800. SO I ,
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The Canvass in the: Sr.itr.! J Tho Killing of Cainp---a Vind ication. John Bell and the Howotcad Dill. I, I htion i measure" Ieansciic roteiJ t 'or a bill Larj.'cuc at Liko *, i&jeUt.- '5

Jltrfoian! i i &' f onnial.TALL l r. } {. From all pain of!hc State tin :!.toli: enrcreceived i Some twenty-five or thirty years ago, Gen- In giving an abstract of Major Wardlate winch proposed to nil 100 t Acres of laud to A public meeting, of Ihe
Democratic Milton then in f'oumbu! ', Ga, became in this the I poor people at 25 cents .u 'micro. provided! of ot H .
as to the prospects of the -I residing speech city, Sejitincl 5.\p- I neighborhood Lake Laftyetts ..
II IIS.'TU ,
the land and it yLe'J
they went on occupied continuously '
Th election involved in a difficulty with one Maj. "lie referred to editorial in the Satnrdav la for the the "C
\ II \ 8 K C : ticket ii most clicering. A recent for five what was th- character t, purpose of hear-
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years
of Milton and Hilton si certain; beyond a pcTadvciiturf. I Camp, who was noted for I violence of temper Floridian assailing Mr. Bell as the author of of Bell's ncasu.e: which tiered the political topic." of the day discnssej H that.t
lD'&Y, SEnrXMESR nth_,,10 6V. and of the *'damnable and detestable 'itsel
--.. '. -- Tins the Opposition f.ppcr.r'to and proncncs to carry hii disputes to an supporter samo quantity of land to the win" cl.us of Mr. John D. /Jalbraith opcnevl th \ too
Homestead Bill and that
-: =-. IiboCRATIe- 1OUrNt7IO5. feel I, though they hope to be abl to tj-Jilctj a I III. extreme point. The mult (* the difficulty Mr. Bell with Dawson, of Georgia proved and fully others people./or nothing, :\111 I that, too without requiring sion in 'W hat'heitenneil a plain, horo<.'r1He The

FOR PRB3IUCNT: Ii Ii'f' I II. htronjr rally for Hopkins against (An. Mtlteii.Tlieir wlS1.htt'Ctmp was killed by Gen. Milton.Timunfortunate .- haul opposed it throughout and voted against ? Will any settlement Major Ward and t lie cultivation kin! 1 enough whatever } to spoke.of the LvstLea: of the day a 1 whit

:r HON. JOiffi (C. .ItJtECKINRIDGF[ efforts scent to be bent tfcvthis} : end, and circumstance, we have ret it on its final.passage, while the Floridian ha I ane-er1liis qus-tion! the n"xt time lie honors deep interest which every Soathera the) '

: OPKHSTtTkr.GEN hence they' \'rilllrac1t nff their-candidatc AH: I MW to believe, has been seized! upon! by evil asserted that Mr. Dawson was indignant at I the Jloridi'f with notice ? Bv way of aid, should feel 1 in the result ; }he spok0M Pen"hei (;

._ I.Congr M for vote* for Hopkins. They want I Uij-poscd persons and privately u-ed to injure his Mr.feet"Bell's in opposition.amendment This and "was portion brought of Major to j 'however is e (:nm'te from the I Iliehmond} Enqirirer Democratic platform and their tD'I'h, 'to i:

: ltVtCCliUSIENT-! I i to defeat (ti-iu Milton, because they think : .:cn. M., now the Democratic) : candidate for Ward's remarks were impressive and pate -vire! statistics and commend*' them! to and declared that it was the only nart.-' sam*

L. JOSKPit USE I lhat"if he is 'beaten it will help Jell. They I i I overflOr. The raott evaporated reportsconi'erning great satisfaction. It was the most crushing I his "distinguished coiimileratunI' : had met the questions fairly: and yj 11a:1' on I ib
it have IK.on circu.itcd! and whispered Indeed It \ill 1)0 seen fiat everfretS whit citi he said that tLc TCnf"TBts?
.1 OIEQt'S0 reason in this wise : "(;'n. Milton was the refutation have ever witnessed. I ntmost scrutiny Of the} .
who is the Jit-nd of fumilv.: but not
/en a a .p
t: the authors! !hereffurettini in I we sympathised with the Floridian for its unfoitnnateblunder. nent Democracy bad not
Chailot about beftl
.. ,ou ru.lJ1-STJ\I. EU"TOCi; : V'liainjian of tho Florida dwf,' atiot1tt : : T1 eiiu litoro "should know free-holder or lea.-e-holder. would "have been ai; ;. 1Dch
ton, u'.id l OUtJr.. the scvvdcrs from thai (*- >n- their zeal to injure political opponent, that entitled to a quarter section, .(unJor Bell's detect any i istcncybetwccr.the paK| 'ri>B.
\a..sau. .
w.ALT whereof sometime
Pddao.<; c- they speak, as they suggested
"Wf.1llt-J. P. ANDr.ll.MjN.* of JdTer>oTj. II rcution.\ Xoit', we tan beat him in this !i (Jen. M. w as tried for the offence before a Judge I since to us, before they make such toea*ttr(.) From the most reliable: data we of the Democracy and the public reo', (disc

J& }..fe.lJ.. M.t.OJUIcf! Franklin. : (- :tion, it will thoU: ,appear to the other I I and jury Delected from among the very people 'cepingSSertiouI in regard 1o Mr. Bell." find that' iu 1950 the number of 'heads offamilie their candidates ; he spoke of the cry j..L lie

'S 'I: l'Ot.LTE&.UitS..: r I.States that FloiiJA roj udi.ites the! action of !I where the killing occurred by whom )hei If the Sentinel reports Maj.Ward correctly, 1,130,000 were in the.COuouO South., The in the bT Xorth]-lwlder.dn, and union against the Democracy ud<| aJf pig tot!e.

(; of JIust.rttgh. ChrlN.tNt.tI.I thb vvil: I i was honorably acquitted. 'This acquittal l was the "unfortunate blunder" is his nail not the i I where it was to be foundV? ? ,
l'ulJ UIJ:S KTTII, I I her deh-yrtcj. ,at :1] the North were 00,000., and in the South n j| :: m wen

'. f Jr11 -\\. H.MTCIII.L, o," Marf'soa! have a .giKxl 1 iflVrt in .trenthciijj the of itself primafi'de proof that he was not FfariJian's. In the first place the Floridian 800,000; hence the 'heads of families,' not I platform-in the letters of acceptance oft B .the *qri.abl

Jtnt -HU.L'u. Jon-\s, to f I U:11i .Lances of Domplus in i the :orth0..] Jill in "uiltv* of the horrid ('rzn). alleged! again f did not charge tliat Mr. Bell was the authorof land-holder in the North, were 1,100,000,,''I candidate**-er in their past TceorJ' vHt

FOE AH5T.V..r; : i i of all lair-minded and in the South :HO,000. Multiplying: : ea-h I ;J-dbraitli said: that as others I rv
the w *
; the South." This I is the the IMlites him; and in judgment I the 1.lmn\}>lc r.nd detestable Homestead 're to fo
way '
of these sums by 100, ( one quarter -utio1m'Jtime J t him he would be "brief and "I .and'crbl t
( of
.. JistE.. i!. ;utI in. Levy. the verdict of the jury' v.i'l'! be -ovrd. consid- this had thcrc-for,'
\Ward would have
men Bill'
it r.nd hone.1 their efforts for Hop- Maj. seen tnilhioioofacre.s ,
J. I* TAfrv, of M.rc. figure ont, j Land North would have received ITi would not go through-ten! feet of tkf..; Iitrcssional
I i i. 1..kd i dead i Hut there is other tostima.y at he been careful in observing what we did and the South 53 million:. Difference show
JIirlJl'--iI'll.\ttn! !in\i! JJ'.t -Isv\r \i'riris, (.f AValtFOR II as a door nail. ai!, wulcr th" c.7cuni.stan''ea; ; : v\hich ronclcsively 'os-taUisIu! ; G**n. Milton'sjIliiO'CTICC charge as he was anxious to vindicate Mr. in favor of the North 12-1 millions oi oourao of Mr. Dell : he umclndod hat .-,1 lishi

-- j they will have no hesitation in swapping off I j and which; i how that his: cci>mie3i Ikll. Our language was (and the mo t vf the I ai-res." Now, if the HonuMend Bill of 1859- :, that ho was a c.tudid.itc 0:1 tht, J>l1r.,,p.:"I ,Imf"

t (;,OV) :t xm:: !I benefit i have b.en more an\iom to prejudice lu.n: intie I aiiicle from the Richmond: Kn- I'a.. a oll1i rl'ilt'n"liand infamous! abolition -:, ticket for time LegisLuture! Sill,} 4.Uu; i[ :, 1 Dr
votes providid they can Hopkins by : was copied what
I a-s the Whg'; 'ha"g-d, clccte.lIid.. he Lad 'd
r\1' iiuMsure. as JoneIIt'r I
I\f.: I : T 0 .
.J 0 I3 J' than!
State
of the I !
| estimation of the people o: buthr
I I tho I),' throughout the 'Illirer"c) have given chapter and verse ; of that of MrBll .. I
(F j'1"1:0 C' 1fo'n.'Fort ;it.'c warn ;<> : State to IHT on their guard atinst: this dcv'ice. to show the -ircan ..taGCCunder which he I we have: copied the amendment, extracted the I whu.li gave the X',I.th an excels cf 123: 1 to the same body, advocate tie paw-h." I tookjjrou '

Ci'.S ; I If there ever \:. a time when Democrat: i n"tod. This testimony ioi.ic from a source pvJi and given the vote. We Lave established million of a.'reover the S-ath! ? such inns as he l.clie.would U-st pr.,{.-.fl

r.. XS. LTO i .w:11J'otc a- a unit, that liat-e is aoir. ( lois !which: ; will not be questioned. It U from the bevond question, that Mr. Bell was the I Mr. Bill) would have given 2t!!! miPions ol rl them in hid-ir hives and propertv. I quire
cr I.U3SSr c.XiV.I I :acre of public lands, h A to actual settlers Mr. Hart being called upon.'rr- .1 ptl
lea 1 ling! lawyer cngiged 1 in the proscoilionoa : and damnablc Homestead I >[ltQIW; :
i'snduate! wlio rtnnd( a author of detv-sUblc :
the
--- aUO ---------- i arc only npoti I a but to stay-at-home squatters. 1I<* woulJhave I a spcoch of an hour and a J.:f. H j I ffFocinrid
a'l\l
? COKX1V: .NOMI.VATIOXS.ros ; I ."lear p'atfonu avo in; the tru (vtiihthrtionalloH.rir. ) behalf} of the State ng-it.st O Cn. ?'L aiul Bill; ,' Arc. Mark-the author of (" deprived 100,807 farmers of Virginia pi l d I I ted the cause of Bt'll11,1 Everett lip": \ \ 'Ding
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( t t rr .U: ;x..rr'u : I .t '< v. ::ili r '.j..>. t t., the r: :Ivtot: t the! was rolunt.u-iiy; given by him io the public Ilomovtcad bill, not the author of (lit bill thin: all participation iu the public UmN, (bill ( broad pl-itlbnn of the Union, the (:on-. .I Ij .}i rulJIbewi
j'.nnuidtt in 1.-3S, when the particulars vera all fresh would have .ijivcn 14',000 abolitionists in: tion. .e.; he thought thi Dem.xTatio I
0 ::'. T.: 1IoKw. I| S >uth, uiid tn :JJU, .a tlioni; l I'r; tho pending. And this charge was strictly true, j Crert
in the' mind. We lay this! testimony )Massachusetts claim to ICO acres each,I ; inricJI"< -Y Im, -!ocession party I ]'
: popular Homestead ereuis.iu .
: .::. of the ('rpo-ii"11: 'ou1! l !b a jJiajnJosj for BcIi! amendment was a measure. "
it "assignable and trunsferrable, of the puhuhivI | iits i -that they were led on by Mr. Yan. I A plat
.it Ton AEiL IY.S : I j desertioa! of priuciplo iu 4 trying hour. Let '. b-jioro: oar readers to-day, an J point to as a, I I* itself.{ Here it is : 1 UI.: Mr. Bell would have lcprivcd 232,00f' who wanted to precipitate tie c..Un1 i NH'.,1 uUClI'olo

I' :. IX OALF.n.MTII!; |J J. J. V. ILUAMS.AVIN ''jtnotb- aJ;": t's-rt FK! >:.!! lea 'o"'r.IIIt'r I concliuiw and unanswerablevindicition i of t'k-. -. And be it further enacted That formers v( TcnnesoPe mid KcntJokj of a.l' ir.to n revolution ; admitted tb.it Mr h.
OLIVL! ;:, i 1r. A. s. COLIL! Jen M. from the nderou. assaults iDdu tri- free white citizen of the ('uitelltah', '. I 'but wmild l.ave ,
S : i standr.ru, bnt kt u.\ cue anJ all, as in days eVery share .in the puVlic lands coy denied: the dixrge of being a Knn!.). .' A surm.t.e.
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-;--- -. 1arMiilZJ-: nr- of vow, raH l.roctrltl.otr State and Ieisatite! .,u-I) circulate! against him in connection !! who i is the head of a family, and who w not a I given to 255,000 landless heads of families |but quieting Mr Prentice, said that llht.J .
t To a1ruscf1h'< I freeholder nor the owner of a lea--c-hold} estate in Nsw York 550 acres each-to Taoloner; his his head and his bodv was I
Tlw
will w hi! t that nnliappy :iffitr. acquittal, :, belly ; hf' r
such i;
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and t-t'rv
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isi: i r.su CSIli1SitS.I ( tickets thereby u a \ a com-I cf an,1'ltO not ,
i of the value >:OO, may upon to help the Helper! *; Grot i.:111 other juiced in the disruption i 0t" tfcc lJcmOl smut(
; V 1 Ib. J..c o f I'' n.C. oj .1ft' .1 ""i:. sati.sf.' the position] that while M. r'-npo.th .-! I j iao: from a projudice l jury.n.I:1 ,i desire to emigrate, or have the means '.f removing | otifinioit tJf the, South lie would have shut party, and thought iU xlisorganization sion \

.*rwj t-'V-.cc: !WK'J! ttfliMirtif! : Uilp..J.!!- ''. i : JcFir.-yfJ..:.w-r, of lmt'1 } m as iitrhbor and (friends we love our I Judge by the fore of testimf/iiy, was of itself I,I his or her family to any of tlu State I t'le! door of time land J of&Ve against SlQol' ,, ce- s'.tyof the times. It seems that Mr an Ik- crer '

.- .\\-eie,'cnr,tiiro If tliHWcre) jc ir .'U: hi .d. \. c c uld! gu on I principVs: too well to lv scdcceJ i inhi ahaii1nirg i ,tiCiciont tt> cs-tabish! the fact that! the killing or Territories, shall lc' cntitle to a cerl'ifirato -I i farmTH in the! South! cnry owner of land- and Mr. Call, the Elector, differ upon tt coon

p 'uUh"'it very jrrest inoiT tii nor : tnt we can prrFrutno d them. I was an act of legitimate self-defe i huntwhen to Le issued }by the Coinmiv-.iur.cr of the but tlrctho..c doors wide open to 1.100,000' point. Mr.! Call and other opposition prvk k. upon
iccj'inis.Ve r\ a .k'.\ i:: ll_:. nu:t I.r "> General; Land Office, under Midi: regulationsas I I landless abolition heads of families at the condemn the Mans
the 1 counsel in the ers partyor dividing 1f[
leading engaged :
l''cI)1I:7011 of tliosv n 11:.art'ocr weMar*. \,batrr -I -- of the
the established the
they' r. in :. MI.ill b.' n--lcrtd; 1 a full:' ac Tho c-.ilM.ile* f'r 'ollr.-.<. U. ?. Hilt.>:i I iruM-cutioa eons forward voluntarily, tndsluiws may be bv Secretary !' North. '\its thereer n ni'-asnro luruh.oseuif : Hart thought/ .t1le c fellou"'cry inipnacr' uplitti
t wy itlioutielny. | Interior, of his or her n;lit! to ofMpy onequarter !I that would 11:1th',-", :,'..iitlr: nisii) such a in pretending to a platform andar.. vote t
presoiit
.Eu113uce.nifltP ifpt ;:ii ti h'm! to nrpnid and H. F"Alcn'! I II>j\ reach'-d! ..h'it; ) 41a the citvunistances: : under which the section ofthe lands ncmr-lipg .
4 Surety tMs i" a ii.no, -,( '.11! otn.rs! ", whenJilirgneiit i p'ibli. j nuneJt''cr as this a.v-ijju.il.l": and tians- d.hhh': to the people of the oountr) ; thy: c'cclly :
}>itro., mv be liU" Irr-IlrJ t.>. I Friday <.f hat wi-t-k fntt their canvass of event transpired, the mind cf an impartial to the terms and conditions <"f ti.is act, which t I rmbi'--" Ir4nd-:rabbii>g ameti'ia'it! of Mr. t1.! ,-, had stole their principles from th5 <:. same,,

,.\\cal.ll.e Jlad if POlit'IIt! .It'S wuiilJ fumitliun Ert jiB-1) South 1-loruLi. I>oth gentlemen man irn-sUtibly foroetl to npplr.ud! the vordit aid certificate s-ha'l' be assignable i or transferable -j I firtH! '.ts n/ Mr. U'-ll liepinjr! the ilIi:! Wl.ip.rty and should.give credit tu .hol ec

"njMits.witli .a niurt IM fifKi ilirm"cm-ibrraat".lvc* srtinvit Lhdrrt'F/'f.'dl'eumcf.'ll.d/!. sftid llu-ir appear in goitd health, iLonch 1 we caiuot of the jury; as right and 1 to relieve (:ku. ;in the manner provided! fur the transfer -I t'rs1lt'U he thr.H fjrnishe} l tiu-m with aa credit! w.w .In(. Mr. IJreckinridge was thr> 'oarb1'fm
.t .' liuuf t cf land scrip, issued under the art of i\ :igress iassignabo! and transferral! d:.m to ono taken and of suffered ,lre\l ..,
!
...un tianiti, wt'l: wh.W.r "ta a a t tic help thinking that Jti .j' AUi! looks jaJod M. of all! suspicion. i up, course u
r.-n"Hence'nl of tlieir iiScnjtion', annual paid, I authorizing the isS'io of the a'ne to the i! lnii'r-.l: and wrveitty-nln* millions tf pu!>li.- from the attack. The old tale of(>cn t'toiu
,:c. tin'\' t&ay tPLo'lrct. f r tic iu f o >cf n,n .f. I and f.'ar-w..rn. his glosniy prosjwt. weal) The author of the It-tier which xvc publish! I soMicn of thu 1-ito war with Mic..** 1! latnl. to raise motoy upon to prosecute their thltIr.. B. hud done less and recci\. -J m.)?- TIOSJ :

For il;" resent one or b.Mh of I'M.' editor O9k cf t'ueFlcridmn prehctid. bavirg: not a little to do wilh his; -Hon. John A. Culhbvrt-ha* been a Senator -' This proposition was an independetit one, ,j ini'Juih.11'lr upon tho South.! People ffj from his party than any other public mr paid'
Stnttad
will be foam! at-the I. down-cat cppenranco. TIt) restinteul l thecawtign i in Cougrus fiom the St t& .? Georgia and was intended} to besiow a lloiuettt-n 1 up- j Virginia is not this enough to ran** even was reproduced. His having no negrnesucmdtivatin '! \ .rll1

ta'. i oadav lonti'l"nC1. On i Whii in the Stati- to akindou, tho support ('fi hw farm with white laborers sptetthat
..rnUOCUA11Cpr;: 1 TU-XTS. i on at and r. leading lawyer at her .bar. Ue now ou n class of persons not proviue i for in th? 'Ir ,
; I i\ man: who! !proposed a measure hi,-h Mr.D.ivvH the closing objections to the standard UMIVf i icm
f;cn.Thus S'ILTC/-: :. Domfvratic candidate "ftte..Jay they cpoke nl Miccosnkic and on resides rwar )I..hileP.1. The letter first appeared -, original bill l, vithose who did not own Kind ii. a Wh'u; Senator, harj'cJ was 4tn t. the! l Democratic party. Wonder if Mi silud

f tlr (onrno v..ill ad! Ires* his follow-citizen* : Wednesday at iVntrevilJo. Yo t.-nlay they in the Millvdguville }'t'llf'UV'NiOl1 of I to the value of 200 and did not wish to emI t o'ttwie open:\ o-sr right, an ontnrj" U IiI Hurt would have had! any ne roe* had it t"tt. 2 d.i

,at the following, time I.'places : i addressed the people in this city. but a" we : i tOthi Mar, D88, xnd was furnished! to Mr. I imtc-t1lUi proving our statement to be justi!,'o and an outrage lpOf'qnallt1 'b- N- n fir an it hl1riolts'fatl r I The truth tnJoivoted:

Volu&ia Monday. Sejitcnibor. S 4 I went to press \life the *<:1kilt" pro- : Dkeof the Florldwn9ninppiieati by him I true that )Ir. Bell wa the author of "I'" tion' l Is not Uell; an (,/rr":,'( us Lndi !- i is.lJJwc\'t'r. acrordingto tin Kcnturkv Un'n 7i5.:

Jntcrrlri Orhn.l :. Thurlol.la'Tt.Jav,, C I grc !'inj, we ran fay nothing of the jnerila .
Salnrdav 8 the discu *' >!i. TO-OAV they are to speak atWaalecQAli i From th" Federal Union, Jlcl.129. 1838. this .' I from ou'tiv.tiiig: : his farm with white l&borw
Idlcpud ta, I Maj.Varul deny ; .fo!); ntH ji tif., |lug the 31nrdtr of he has uofaiM to cultivate. He L a ua JOt]
'rm r"1 Monday, 10 and ba11(13)at: Newport. MOBILE; ALA, April 17, 1tt38e.a. Next. Mr. Ihiwson di-J oppose Dells 1 L'orekgnrs.I that makes his> bread by th sweat of his brc d-clai

"Brooke-si! 'tVeuJnk1Jy. "fa 12 After that they proceed towards the West in Jons ltLTOS-- amendment at first oTcre( l, In.otl..1 for I I We ast tIme people of the Siate of Florida, Mr. II. made good speech; for the} poor cansin ot our
13
.Ot-1a Sumptcr. iilc.: Saturday Thursday, ** ]0) t aooonLwe with the list of appointment-- 1-. lice Sirs my opinions in relation:! to it oidy aft'T h> author hal materially m. d I{ of tIl!! parties to ea'miv real I the following, whci: he was engaged, and defended MIJeil /. To"han"!
: : with the late in manner worthy of a I letter tbtrae.
in I :a
lished unhappy difficulty Major
I'aUlka' )ronJ3\'. "* 17 tj-'lay' jupcr.A'oclnaiious. your tied it. Did)1 aj. Ward state tl'1'w lWfJ pointing > deliberate 1 lansrtiairc uttered ity John Bill! at .Iocbr
# <_'amI' have undergone a great 'hange since Mr.I Uioxhani r.s -ailed upon to reply t m"
.1 'Orange Creek"YccII1 Tuesday; r:1Y. "" 19 18 -I -! the judicial investigations which jjrcw oat of I out the "hI II wkr'\" <>f the Florid HI k .' i KnoxviJ! ,.. Tf.'III"tl", ill IS;,..'. his: l"c: Vr. 11. lie d-fi.ndod the Democr.itii': part'fiom : -, j jon

)j:1;.opr. it, I.deem it an net (justice toctfcrjo-.t;: thisdi4inct I Airuin.: Tl o fifnliit'1 quotes the Major as ;! on that occaion"ai inaule.on after the the ridiculou 11of disunion and prou'.lha | ': aAn
<:aincje1'lmr 1ar. 20 TLD.iii >cnittc Convention of the 1':!I I .
** i avowal.: V,'lulo I rtf.r to the memory snilthat. : .Mr. B-M; with Iawon of Georgia -r ljd..in! :* Know Nothing butelu-i in Bahlimore i- nnuttiaifit'rm *.i : K.terAt'?: IIf <(m
Clarke, Fi iday. 21 Scnaterial District coripossd of the counties of Al Calo ith and afl'ec- of their arknowlf.lg'jd: leaders au.| (rcu (Laddnvs .' .l'r.6;
II uAH 22 ijor } v repxt* I and others liaJ oppose! it (the Iloineklcnd Loisisviile: and New Oi leans. Maiki
Clay C. Satnroay, of SL Joints and rutnam, have nominated E. ti. ,n I am aware that he bu"I,perhaps justlv, of their executive committee, tLat tt- nm
Orro.iti' Spl'l\ll'FS are invited to attend : Bill) throughout and voted agnin it AI i his Iin, .j'i3ie. wherein he .in".iities the tn- rlers l a ibA.n
C. SIMTKIVR, J'.q of St. Johns, a< their candidate aoquitcd the repatntor: of heiag prone! to : I'niiMi party, by their declarations, wire imuih
I and participate in discus son. fur Stat Senator. He 1 is a gentleman .. earn- any disp.no i in which he might be involved j its final pa"rr.c." Mj.! Warl could searetivhave I eoHjmitt-d t'I._ I." Kiton ?;.,di:. bullies and ivmmittwl to disunion as anv part qu!

:tf Gen.; MILTON will address the citizens to violent per.-unal is-'ue. I do not I mide this stalxmrut, with the record i a.s.vins Iii tr! A-f Chattahoochcc on Tucs he did it the South
presume to decide on the inerJts of the con- before him. If wa> an lml fttlI ; !! and Itoruan Csthwlics: was butdivkling and detracting
and Marianna! on 8tttUtlu': the 29thSeptember. he i is named with honor and usefulness. I 1 tro'crst. twccn you and the deceased. Hut I nate blunder" indeed. ,A'o direct vole wa t.zeiI I Iftcr full l eon'iulcratiom I have come to by thi faT-a' 'is
The Democratic Convcnt'oi of St. know"lh.t. time the t km Hit the Ml mr.qkeer.Ve of Southein htslw i'l -nineiris '
4 County I some previous to fatal on jwHiyt of great contest equality :
,
; this' conclusion; that the (best mode l in which I
--
c.'I'oliticalAppointments.. i Johns has nominated Mr. WILLIAM MICKLER: ; result his conduct towards \'Ol:1" provoking refer of course to the original} measure, which :,: can serve my country at the present time isj the Lccessitv of the Democratic partv !ioppiru t\ ,
m and exaspeiAting, and: would: ju-t'fy, as vas a Homestead Bill, pure and jml'lc-L1lat. off tae! impure excrescences contained m lilt &
hue bate been mad? for, for .Asscmblunan.). lie i is spoken of as a j to stand by( American party. 1 am not a : "
following appciztmrnls fi\r\s s'ich bitter and violent i:01 it the Iand.-away without eqniva II fttutioui and railed all men m >uuten \
I rauscs: can justify Hive any Doigbv! upon
and UJLTOV I member! of the order kit I I
political d: cB! u>'j by Mes&rs ALLEN man, an enlightened citizen, I fl'Clllt.t1 am athenrt ,
r I worthy \oang resentment on your part.: I kll'I I. lent whatever to the <(;o'enltnellt.'ote rally around the cause of the Con>titat '>n
Cort'
(:141ilatr for : as (rut to tit gnat and leadiny >rinc
I
p Now P"cJ, \aku'Ja't"IIJ'j.. Sept. 10 I I,1I1J an incorruptible: Democrat. : that ffcnllemi rf1't stan-liuy in unfitly was taken on a tubxlilule for the bill offered jJt* nf the itrly
S r.t retrJ a' GaiJsd..n ". Wrauuc.Jsy U The Democracy of Putnam county have and oiyreat in(illt7Cnre. and whose honor and I by Senator Hunter, and Mr. Bell voted in the : i iiltalid into owe nf its councils. *! to make peace offerings to Nortluni} : ajrgrt'sion 1or

u Quincy, to." ThursJay *"* HKillcytvil'e 13CJ1su.bocchrt' I nominated the lIon. GLORGE E. 11.\WES as veracity you had no right to question, ix- negative on that. That substitute was a II the Americanmrly thull tttcceed in cutting : ho appealed to the people to know it I r.
'r.day d pressed a firm conviction, founded. a. theystated i proposition to graduate the price of the public having a ngro was the onlyqualilicjitiou for '.1 Itofa 1
Litrtf Saturday 15 I I candidate for : lie will lof fte pcrmninl xupply of frth recrvits to .
their Assemblyman ', '
information that it lands with in the 8th and Oth) the of soundncw t s :" (
direct the otlc1111 was
.\pg'achk-o'i. Monilax, September ITlh.Mar'.tum. 1 on was aprovKion the Democratic standard, derived from the : true test
'
''J'ncsi'iy S<*]'ttnibcr 1?lh. doubtless e1ectc.l..0 I determination of Major Camp, on the fir t op--I sections for disposing of 160 acres to actual annual influx of the half million foreigners ,, man to be ostracised because he hal' no darkies tOW-'

r Crcenwol \, : '{>tinibcr 13th.Veruon rorlunity which he could find', to tale your settlers after a continuous. residence for five the Dl'JIIOC1Ulic leaders still i In the name of Southern men bescouted > !
( nIjI.t! ; 1uur1y.: plrul'f'r 2e1t. PUSH ON TilE COLU. IX. J! The in favor or more, may Jini the idea he believed that the ha ]3
2 5 cents
.4 I'riuLiy 2 ht | life, uJltjuii.ilifl;; /U ,notice': i'.z c/viatt Cf. years at per acre. yeas that they trill have to fight their future battles ; poor 1 anMr.
Scplur.bcr
11evctt's mnf.,Satir1avSc4cniter: 2n1.1n1uaina. A well-ui formed gentleman, writing us :; dtfutdtng yourself? :-and that they expressedthis of tliC; substitute were 34!, Dt'S'iz! ; ; Allen, with diminished dances of success. But what- people were sound, and, i if necessity rcqnirfl -'rr.In

a M.MSflar Srucinber; 24th. from Ilernando: County and enclosing a list conviction to you, and repeatedly warned Badger, Bell,Chase, Dawson, Fessenaen, Tis", e.'cr rllianccs the Democrats may form with i would step forthJn the defence of Southern
1'e ( rirch: rf.vr -iu.II"'u" 00 Shoal Creik, Tuestl. :' you to save y.ur life from an assassin, by Foot, Gillette,Jones of Tennessee Pratt,Sumner and RomaP. \tbolics-howef I rights and honor. Afterahindingin scathing I'oa,
.,. t4T4e22cT; ; _! I of aiinc new yearly subscribers, says- anticipating his attack You had such illI and Wade-Cong. Globe, 33d Congress, foreigners : terms to their platform of glittering gene Jo;
with whatever
JlcCJr! "'< t\rry ca Yiiow P.in.r.dncMLIySP "Miltoa's and Hilton's chances are good which the I leaders may fr.30.1 rac- lahties he went into the record of lieu and lIcit
i I| formation as to compel the belief that your 1st Scs. p. 1122. This is the only vote i ,
th seek crush
nbr Sotb obs-tinncy ot ( i ; to (
<
j i-rIo0 i.iay 5 e1Y"
for vote in nil ef the Southern Coun- record that have been ableto Everett the mode of ascertaining their
shun the only
2otb.! a heavy enemy was determined to the dangers: appears on we i as
::fl1O ; will
\ 11r"Jty. SeptcniLcr I, or resist the \tnt'ru: p.'ny; i; they fail to
,, IVataiMla. S.L1r14y.: September 29ibXavy tios. have been over a great deal of them | of an equal and honorable comlut,-aud that find wherein R test was made between the defeat tl.v rr-'at ,i-ii.l a.i; I f.t.t'aji.ental; policyof positions upon the great issue of the dav flu
Yat.)1. ("ilottt), "' SSftl this 1I1nthugust.( ) They arc sae : you could not walk the tt reel without a great original bill and a substitute. Hence as the that ... he proved most conclusively by the tote aDd pan-
t r? Pjjv-r*in the Wt.t 1\ill vj'ca.t cOybeAOTC hazard of beirg assassinated. I firmly bclicvo bill never was put to vote on its i naked merits, *. ; i, 4'f speeches of Mr. Bell, that he was unworthy
*.) laras rr'.jlM! tth!ir foction. The crops in the South arc very good.- have voted it I" of Southern Without a word em I..tj
:, that these opinions in relation to the )h Bell could not against on ', 1 support. .
.
of ;: have
The fi.rs U-fti .
I : tu<> !:UI appealedto Bl
.f"utHc! Speakiirjr.VILK I think most every one has made corn enough. | course intended by Major Camp, did him its final passage." Now, Mr. Stntintl, who by the u-"itt.! tilt'meril'an party. abuse, he placed himin toni a light that *eoaniiot I
The Cotton and. Sugar never were better jJiani grout injustice; but 1 equally believe that it has made an unfortunate blunder?" see how Southern men can give himtheir 10leJ
and their invoke! in it
and Stu.. HDWABD: lIlrtololl co-operation putting
CALL, nl I would ha teen niadncs in Once stated aid he showed him acting in concert
i this )(tr. *e von to discredit more. Ilaj.Vtrtl as we arc I. the that ;
down its
\ill: aJ jrt ss rh .ir fH"iw-ntiz'cs as Wow. ; I' : them. The artificial rules of human: law did informed, that Mr. Mallory' voted fc>r the on alleged ground policy, with abolitionists of the North against

At Ma 11ni'icun \\ ('rlll"l'4hr J.th.U 1 lie Peninsular: ( :zftic. I and bloodshed.: It is said that this} new party I.
., eye of J:vsox, and in view ef the information In theme volume of the Globe frorn which we need but say that he placed him Lero gt'rico
"
'WIHI i.rit Thruttuy. 1.h.; We have received the fir. t number of the has been stained with blood l in its very birth i
T >J.ir. C. 11, ','.'r.!l1y. A6 1tJ. { | you had received. IT WAS ACT: OF Maj. Ward quoted appears a speech from Mr. and thai from this we a bloody : his record proved him to be, a thorough-going
i CtA ."\ )CLq.ad zany olcr Dcm.ioraucr Pl.f''.. I I Peninsular iuzetfc, n new paper jiM started :, LEGITIMATE; SELF-DEFENCE. I Mallory, the concluding paragraph "f whichsave ) I future. Yes blood has may been augur shed and it lr 'soila.? Mr. Bloiham closed with an appeal iarw

er,. aic irvltr! to lttkPte. J at Micanopv Fla, edited by Mc! rs. J. B. : Having been engaged in the prosecution 1 one is in these words: I foreshadow a bloody future.. I ,will not i, to the Democracy of Leon to stand firm

--- -- -- ----- BelunJ J. J. MoDank-I-Terms f52.00 in as counsel against you, I fed it to be an act Mr. President, 1 have watched the to who tkc of to the noble! cause in which they wero en .
.11.5gi
inquire provoked slx-diling
- Democratic Club. I ajvanee. The Gaet(' will be independentin ; of ju!tce to avow tj you, that had I then I duction and progress of this bill with intro'I'I I blood stop in Louisville acd other places; but thisI gaged. His speech, i it is admitted on all 1 1 1I
1 This Club was addressed on Saturdayrveiiiag known, what I know now, I could not have interest, and am happy to find it now liarsis was a powerful and effective effort. I
will: that wkaltver luaveiucii
while it will advocate that party
pouti,"*- ever say may
; lat: by J. I>. GAinniiti!. E which is of vital interest to every true Southerner judgement, stand"exonerated from I its friends retain the for the occasion. It did great credit to tho h:.
you and appeal to to
interesting speech, and by :hr. C. II DVKE. money should sprinkle tie p.fttne" and sidewalks i
-a fctrict maintenance of our nationalriyhts i all imputation on your honor and courage. equivalent, as offered by the Senator from who had it in charge. ,
cities than that their streets should I I
"ESTCOTT is tho of our mno, ,1.ar
: JAMES D. jr
: To stand .
irght,
And this avowal tendered of After dinner Rar.dahltookthc ,
? We wish! it st1ee(: I I'r being as an act California. Other gentlemen may vote for If drenched in blood hereafter or that the ,Judge
1 speaker, and jKihapa others limy l e heal d -0 justice, is at your disposaL i ffiphiy away the public lands, but I cannot do highways and open fields of our country/ should I I and said he would proceed to discuss the a- !
I'
- fiora. No doubt there will be an Interestingllinc. Shocking Accilont. j With great regard; ,yours &c. so and see my way clear."-p. 1097. drink up the blood of its citizens, slain in''I sues before the people in n passionless man let
we
. 'r JOHN A. CUniBERT.The I ner. He was accustomed to speak from .1
----- Mr. did not vote for the between
it
- : I The Peninsular faxtte states that two Mallory originalbill deadly conflict armed bands- maybe contradic
lion!. THEODORE \% BKKV. UD will address I unknown I editor of the Family Friend, in publishing but sustained Hunter's substitute against between disciplined legions-native Americans bench where there was no fear Democratic
Iribhuien, names lenrcber's Sta- tion. He stated in substance that tae
Clnb evening 15th instant. I a copy of the letter which had been the original measure. Mr. Bell thought he on the one side qel foreigner supported
the Saturday
- un I tion, on the Florida Ilailroad, on Tuesday I party wa the cause of the present
the substitute himself if its
for n
would native tke
sent to him from this city misdates it vote by factionists on ether. And this Mr.Dong1a .
-- "April
disturbances and that
_ in
27th tilt. and being intoxicated laid down ;; would strike u the our country,
friends out future
Daihacuc I'orac Eterjbody.A money equiva will be our unless new, and before it '.
It should
:
17;, 1860. be 17 1838. hill to
April introduced tbe
_ _ I on the track to sleep. Darii.g tho night the lent"-in other words, if they would give the is too late, we erect sufficient barriers to arrest Nebraska promote
Darbacae is to be given to Gen. Milton. -- discord and division the people- !
dl down train passed ojcr them without their I lands away for nothing; but as they refusedto the torrent of aliens and strangers,which raong of
- in thu city on Thursday, the 27th inst. It being seen by any one on board, and were The Florida xpress. do that ho voted against it. threatens in a few years more, to oed the That they were a party of pretexts and not

i. expected to bo a large affair. The people not discovered until the return train came I Tue fir t number ofhe Florida Expresi, But we are not through with this matter. lancLT principles and wanted to hold on to toe government -

- (f the] biirrounding counties aro cordially in- upon the dreadful scene thc next morning, published: nt Quincy by M. M. Gillis, Editor The Richmond Whig, in its desire to make -0- for the public crib. They were inevibbly thor
where they found the mangled bodies of tire Gen. Lane for voting for the Declined.We ongh going diannionists and would
- t tiled. ('u'nu.' crr1)Jv. I and Proprietor, at 2 per annum, has reachedus. capiul against rescued
.
-- two mifortuuatc nn.ii. One had been killed It advocates the principle of the Constitutional late Homestead Bill, denounced that measureas k-.rn iht Cut. Jt. A. WIOQIKV. P1'.I.tf'ntllt bring this country to rain Wit was not He dt*
outright! -his body being cut in two by the uih detettable and damnable Homestead Elector of the CoMtitntionil Cohen Patty for the by the Constitutional Union party.
JOIIWJLI..LIS. I wheels and so mangled as to be u rec.oglli- I Union party-ahd will no doubt Bill, the most comprehentive and infamous Eattrrn PUUJct of this Sute. fi. declined. We, fended Mr. Bell in a.s good a. manner a$ his
This gcntleman.onc. of the Democratic I commend itself liberal have heard no rltJaQO acfigned for tlu coarse on tIme: of. oft reNub
sable. The other was barely alive, and ableto to a support. Pecu- abolition measure that has ever been proposedsince cause was susceptible Many
\I..iic.J.tes for tho Legislature from Leon, is I say a few words. One .of his hands was niarily, we wish it abundant succesn, the foundation &( the government part upon of by Col.hit'Bameroo V., except friend.that he to hit accept been a pacdidftey prevailed I' we did not catch owillg to one 4iacc from ,

1: iiow detained fiom home by an affection of cut oft.at the wrist, and in the jotkfir he still -0- This stiomr language is the Whuff and not Kir the Lrgialatare ;in 4iu.oanijrl" CuI.R. H. HALL, tho stand. reck-

thejlliroai. lie U i in the hand* of a Physician, held the bottle which contaiced the poison AU. k Fla. Railroad.-Tho Mobile Reg ours as General Hopkins blunderingly the Alternate fur that seetion. who i w, and hue been Mr. Yillepiguo {followed showing how lIe
I that was the primary cause (f his destruction. ister says that C. T Pollard the President of 'alleged. The Whiff't idea is that a 'Homestead doing good service in our MU''. take ti. place of less were the assertion of the 1-
1111t *. toon as he ran i>c released, lie will re Col. Wioaixs en the .t otor 4 tteletj-SeMtiael.o tatcd bill iotrodaeed.
that the Nebraska was
His head ,and face were AW horribly mutiia- this road, in tiis annual report to the stockholders Bill is an "abalitionmeaaure" in this, '
turn. in the tr.enntitJelet him not Buffer ted. He taken to Gainesville for r; into Congress In 1844, sad lingered until &*-
was surgical positively announces the completion that to give the lands aaj for nothing or at Hox. W. L.
: objectionable
.cl on account of unavoidable: nb falCA.0 aid. It is thought his injuries will prQ'efatal. of the connection between Montgomery and I a very low figure induce* emigration to the y..urcu.TheMemphis.Ara.-' before it was acted upon. That tie most
Pcnsacola by the 1st of April next. Only I I Territories, and inasmuch as the free'Stateshave lanche says : "This gallant tribune(the people feature to'the North was the repeal -

; 1*. 1>. RnAdW, }., tho D five miles of the rail-r ad bed are in an unfinished : an immensely greater number of-landless has agreed to place hiuwel( after this in terms of thi Missouri restriction--

t lidatc for=,'natorfrom Leon, \mocmtin'1 Gen. Houston. condition. The President also an inhabitants than the .South it follows month, at tho disposal of the National Democratic that the amendounl which directly affectea

i arriv.wl in Tallahassee on OUi Sam Houston, finding that his candi. nounces that he has closed an arrangementfor that a I larger number of free State emigrants Committee, which will appoint for him this was introduced by Mr. D Ion a Whig to
_ _:} the connection of the road/ with the a Mobile : trill to tho Territories and thus bo ablq. to senator from J ntackv-. Ho proved them
) i-t in good t1th-ftltd enters upon the cainpjii : xlacy for the Presidency in Texas is ano go," and Great Northern Railroad" within- outvote go ,the emigrant from the South in to speak in all 1! the large cities of Pennsylvania be'a party of prctcxtsa* a few years ago they

1 ; 11 ;;n with the *-h}crfuhn < of tfnc ccntiicniof 1 has withdrawn. Tcxa i> urc l'r Brcckiridgc / five miles of the Florid Jine, npqn terms'.; forming the institutions of the Territories.Veryw .- and New Jersejvand also in New. York adopted jrtatforra' as long as the inoral lat

)i /. *0'v< by thonvind. entirely satisfactory. I. .ll; but if Gen.Lane Caroled an "aj> -I I and BQ lon." bait fin.. ;'that this 01114 not give tb n

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(:.avecvs. the oi.doa-.orif-v abandoned. all H. ved platformi bI I If avin-anJtTe hr.r foathtm Men Support an A'joli-! j :?IK. has r. *.ND TUB BlACX: RtJ" 'IUCANA -. : x. c r IaT ..L'D XI OF SCHEDULE .
no* }; ; I -'-' :Ir. your la-* I i.i nnection }
.MI.? n'.h tiosJx! 1 1i Tallahassee and Peasjcola & Gtorgfa
i Hu *h week or U > Iygo.kt ii wrot' To a
of a tv nnr
platform <
-iecti")
Mof! the <--rtiy talgh; .suittsfi' roar n-ti-c t,{ i.y: return, te., a ** -e.l

: f\t-n port which 1 M-ppov 1m I'tTe4.'C to, ana i ii is t Lre : if possible! a CV of Vr. Ik-li'd -Ii: in RAiL ROADS.
] t'S :
T' frt r'krs Ol" *k" North <-/ tldvro.i brought Vr p.jbu.li to our n-adci the most caelaee spec
: i I gait a r >tic. af this same ki 1uuich
J ths with Mr. : :vhi.I.e expn-orj I a wilii.Mjrncss: to alIl'! ;.ito N ana > M *3J W0, Transaj! ?
!. eri'lrncthat a nJy JiHy ,
Witl Mlin< ul-" !i3.l]! Everett
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> : ilM'are.I l in the K'-ntivt i f,*v !j s ihs r with the Bla.'l Ipbhieaas to defeat thj I 5i4TOThCE a hirt4gFvsn tht'; s Lucton fast O run us f4tow.! -

TJJ,.' crr pirty of hyrwvi ti's'" lolt in;* *'- .-% ; i which \\i was h.i4ed that I Iwlj >\'liofi c-UHiidalu for the Vice 1'residnev! 1 Tae friends lever I ii.Kcr\ns: : oVruKsiDuvi I'and VICE I. Sas,. M-aiv'-.i..0' A. M

that (1Y did nt l.ditc. ail I bc! ii.cjb.3t j brought t'xMji' :.littering: amountof tli, ha;. in the c **rsef his Domncracy. allow : of the UuireJ Slats t'tb. belt! v ;arnre .,T lhijawcIx . .. \.tOOtA' M

,the'-! d-J not pi '5 *. The--, claim :iit: thei.mfcraoy prosjKVtoi'their : in Missouri where poli'l-sl career, do not that njual -pri-ufirt in Ch* HPirer.it cojnl.e of I'm' v. M .a-X-lU.--.. . ... . . .7.00 A. M.
tJjouldnipjvjrt Mr. Bel!! l --uo & .e it ttitiutatiej abolition doctrine an.Obt! sa radical I circulation jut now. on Tl'ESOAY, l.iu 6ih 'Jay isi Noiemler irive 'it. TiSI-ahas-asas .. . . ..lOTflf* i.I.eavu .

( a-thcyiV/IH thejitld, but whin aei.it to' k se\cral cveninrs searelt! to find a lire -kiariJi as tho e now proclaimed Seward. The | through the same source, ). Tap return thir.-of to bo canrr tJ sat 1'.ihas-ee;: . ... ... ..10.15 A. M11.40A..V
}h', ;.: and Lane Club, aC." Tii; :* statement by editorial in the NaslniHo -J it the S-eratsy oi S'jte in thu rnm.cr AHi ut3t Marks.. . . . -.
,> -ji'j'! Tt our State candidates njvn the in the St.1illtt, though to torn,} extent true, record exhibits him as having been in favor j ber 16 1859 which | cnbc wegive
look with hAror for a UejircjcnUtira ti> CougroJ*. The .
4tnc irrvunds they holy ptht founded abolishing in the Arrrire ft t Tatagsce..2:! 4D) P. M.
District
b-'itig partially upon, and separated slavery of Columbix the remark that the Patriot .( KUtt' to-be chosen u tbrcc.I .
oil
propoMtion. Iliev were the came Leave TazaaltSssEe. -. .-. .3 6tf P. M.Arrim !.
unJcr different from the rest of nay statement to the editors (Ia this, however, he was not worse Bell's home organs, and TevUmonjr AVheraof, I L ((4. VothmJptrty; a nnme. of that paper and others, seems to conflict than written make fair hty h.iij: lOst CJU.eJ to be affixed the
John, Bell)-the slave trade between to Leave Taiilsas.Iee..3! ((10 P. MAr !
itrrptione' tcr! became BO great that L. S. Great Seal! of the State of HoriJ Douc
: with my account to the Floridian, and is the with the enemies of the [ ] j u>- At MiJwon.. ... ... ..7.00 P. SI
States
i ot'tiio -pcech was lost amid the confuInJi'CiVwe and -the District, and opposed to at the' Cnp-to'!. ri the c'ty of Tallabaisoc ?
,13 calculated to do Co-r.eetrnd wSn 'DoatC'aach..a at T.IonticIJo sed
m-3 intentional
injustice tiot / -
( .
ern run
th.s JJ of timber. A ]) Iso'l'
,p. La\p never seen men more upon the part of the editors of the Sentinel, j the admission of another blare State in the [From tie Xailttille Ba' n'r. ; day St-j M.S. PERKY. with huge* *! Madiri for J-)4) City and VsSJo.ts! ,

rd'fq ,,t,' -.Oi rtrd by their political opponents than as I know them both to bepeifect-c-cntk-mcn! Union. His Soathcm supporters claim (tho Governor of Florid i. aui from vnata; by ll-\mitd\ loK tsTinali. a
.. tv.t''*. Mr. Blosham and Mr. Ville- CwuOHct.n at St ?MiTV: With'Ststjclo and from
] from the and believe! they are tar per.--cr.al frio-iih: utperson l\i Rays it not himself,) that he has aban-i Mr. Bell maintained that the OoTernar Attest t. Vi-wpiFTl ; anal wth i5!,"use ufMittSteawtz a between

,, %< r' luterrupted beginning eeg: such a t.itcinciit unexplained! I doncil the d L-trmcs. Are | mi > of the south were the F. L. Viu-Kficir, New Oriv.iBsK \" ardCeba_ and rnJeJiarn
a1 their what Stats
\ of they of
_n. f speeches by n-tmcroiu would stpnoe:| that I had turnc-1 ever to I 1e11 aware vcrr agitators of the South. Secretary point on tie (Gulf orMrrtr ray to'Key Vest nr. tlr17th )
!nth 1-. .,,1 -s of this party. They, however, met ar"l L'ventt and fr.oriii.-th.'r :i a weathercock they are making of the said j jKJxrard ? A'l ; ari in the State copy till atiy of cl T- anJ 2nd or 3r.I' of eaoh month, and to New Or-
was : election, and iwa.a I lii't'! to the Co nptrollei' CtRee f< r I
with universal % d inva- 5(55554, tl hO I IT'tk anJ2.M.. .
.ni success a ? From 015
jft'JCo > the followin! < articles from
bringing atterirg .i-coi-Ris of tLvir cause"&t : j He repelled the charge of leroi it.
'Ihetri: lilr.ot! Steam
the tables M run on Sumlny.ricrpt on -
: t u.'ud upon their quostionc -., when s/.L-h! i> Lot the o.c. I did not : two journals published! in Boston, the home journals and speakers, male ejato nb. r 8, 1863 37t.Iern'iP'ui Cr das. C. T. \V. ftYFAK, As.'& Suji.Jufy .

011 c < after cheer greeted ihfir roplie* briutj for, or to the l ilhi trated the
L t1 oppositionist" wounded *pigeons' will flutter.old provlTMhit ?-- intelligence for publication, or which I sup t > the publication of the Borden letter," ho his intentions, that the SALE S'J CIIKAI' NOBODY WILL Albany & Gulf Central KalNRoid.

: posed would ba p'iblMicd. In reply to nu- an abolition party. The 0. TIlOl'P MAXWELL.
: ft,, woro pre-eminently sacccvful in cstabT j was an a'lti-AbolitJonist. From that he chunjfd complain. I eac Ssvi :, sh. 9.15.s.m Leave Valdests. ant
niero'n qnesiioliTi as tt the tlcmonstralion- had and !!
> ty frequently ) 1830. 3GNECROESFORSALE.
uiod Arrive at Vul'rta, 5.16 .m.JArneat Sasv .12 55 '1-.
? beyond c.i\il every portion they asrr. which I had seen for the different ctndiates! ,; to an Abolitionist, and his Southern friends i design to interfere with the p p
,
his tram rriViii2 at Satannjli ai 12 5S ronurrt
rat. luring my tour in the North and \Ve t tin 1 now say* that he ha ck imcd" aajain. Without very as it now exists ii the | I wild the Ira u on the C. R. Pa.dcpnttivs'imt 1 3Jpm.JivJ.andll .

hell [ K.'hcrtvon was then loudly c&Ued for, s'liaiuer: uh<;ro 1 heard politics to the day |l cousidcring the amount of* tax which the stated his strong coin iction FEW LIKELY YOUX i NEGROES fosalc -. : ( ) S It p. m. ('cij Kitj
ofor. t .l k !lirod replying1. of my rrtnrn. I htated that I spent some time j body of the Republican )* upon the most accommodating term i The iciicdulc on this roail! i is nrrarprj so tt tA
1 .iT ncer to repeated calls Brevard in the i ttr statement imposes on the credulity of j in their [ connect wnh lie Pert A.; Gio by Stage fruin Midi-
of St. Louis
' bu city Miw>ari, (whHi na> slavery .sentiments at I). I>. Maxwell's Store
: : tanJ. He Raid that most rf the the pc-oplc, suppose its truth be admitted son In Vs!.ksta. TIni by this 'Ute' passengers lomiri -
tnc the where j its extension
geote only plve,) I saw considerable were \ 1, 186U( 3'J llie TaKa1ia ic Itrpor al 3 in will reach Saf-
: 1 I.ad len pa'>ed over and did not re- demonstrations for Bell and Everett, in the A curious and very importcvt question would the Union and well disposed neareSt i: urn J.iv Ly 12 J>rJASPr.ll > p
).
: ..1iefcncc from Iiim. FTe gathcrc-1 way of speeches, large torchlight processions, then arU< how \long before he may be expected stances favorable to success HliJIlLY recommended WANTE! (Graduate of the : .'. rUl.'lON, Ses-rnteuJet
)i'i i and en land produced a good 31 l-6<>. S-J-tf
,
atarocsil : A-c, an.i found but one rerkinridrc and Lt'Koub to change tional issues to unite upon July
r,, uh his finft anal soIu'I l reas- agtinVhat confidence Virginia Military Institute desires a situ
t : eloquence which conss.teJ of but few with conservative men of
the RidlfT
lie a most able deft-ncc of the .1 persons can the South cposc in a political eatherLET as Teacher in some hii)h school or pri- ALL AGAIN IT
: gave tninI isito l it and l that in effort to rescue
c\< % < common "
i th if consequence a''acl in Florida. lit; rnJtrx'gnrd ifupiclfully irfvrmii his ( '.-
family
in ChaiL-ston r.'idu : ,
-T uiovctJi nt T
: .n of the in Democratic misrule.
tha Democratic
thuJlrtckil split ( from i the Llic: tit Ii
party lomcn an< gfiicral'T Lg3m
*
clearness th.it! Hrjc 1v' 1- EVERY MAN further informution pltn'e refer to MK. pi
i. w di *oj-vimnnp whatwould I could learn whilo! their, Missouri IN FLORIDA READ .. tnrd his Store in trie

UJOL .. s'-e *f d1 l the candidate sta>i> 1 up n.ini ;j.robaUv go for Uell.! This I belie\o THE FOLLOWING : Mr. Bell! in his speech EITKS, of TaIahav.-e! Fla. :cw BUILDIi\ (;

: :. worthy of outliero s1pii.r.; Ho was fiulfotantuliv ins- statenent. Uut regard- ff*-om tie Lilcator of Nov. ?th, edited iy'TVm. plus spoke of the party ( ) S 1. 18GO. 2\\-.30SlieriiPs ; 0r Mt-sm D. C. \ViL&o & Sof adjoining tlitrr.n .

';ncev tatt. : :: t'f! Dctntvnry to tw ti .u- > their iiijj, th. city of St. Louisa* Uiack; Republican J Jas Lie yd Garrison ] leaders in none other than Sale litre l he m rtady ab 1 !.. *4! amid immense eiti1i1iasIn. ECWARD EVERETT. The Governor l.e has a1wss tion.. llop'fg tie favvra hciclofcrwijcltncfed
Tan -. r.;: -' ha bc\-i shown by the recent election fro.i of this courteou ; tcinia. -
wiJI ba in'"n Jed
,
; t Tt' Hell then took the rtn.J and that district to Conress of Blair, a 13Ia< k uc- (, commonwealth! answered, unequivocally, in ... MONDAY IN OCTOBER NJXT.: I am c jour vttj respect'aaS2.

ediulierf j .-i'-i. o" -h eer*for Bell SB-! Everett, w Lpriled ; -l publican it cannot bo considered as a correct tho AFFISMTIVE, to the questions [Mr. Bor- --0ca -- \irtuc of sundry writs of fi. fa. an attachment D B MAXWLLI

| ,- to by him**!/: mj *h t.' teoin i.i kx of iiow ihe.votc ill be cart in the w hole den's]] whether he is iu favor of the immedi- :;, Lisa AT HOME. issued from the Jerk's office ot August 31, 1 SCO 3i4lSnpcrIntend

craticjBC <-: t ot the crowd. Th xij. ie d>insw State. And from the detelopmcat! of the re- ate abolition of slavery! in the District of Col.imbia .- (Oregon) Sentinel announces Circuit Court, wherein John Cason.
Bt's Oflrcc Tallahassee RII.
a | itu-* most complete tiiuruph Jhat c coat elections there, which resulted ir. the and the slave traJe between the several \Y. Clay; Ext'r., and others are plain
and Lane
hart r t'it..e I. \Vw-.id! that c. on :nan in ti- oVuicn! ofJa-ksu-a ever Orra IJeil mar., and ( States. EJ varl Ev .rott now speaks the Bicckinridgo one ai''l! Burton R. Smith: is defendant, I tocipaay,

tli,* intrx .ouJd fcvc b ea pre ,:nt ar-l .cec:. Iroir a I.tt'r, wi La I have received Mnrcraakincj Language of a patriot, a Republican .anil! a tiring. Of (;en. I ane, the le\ie l iicn and wiii expose for sale, its TROPOS T\Lf.AHA.Sohli.for kfi-p'ng the Aug hotel 17ili at St, 1S30.Mik

peal-: .' ft \\ hat a.iam Jete the Te. the cgoirg; state-net., from a dit'n'tiMiio ',- CLrUtiaa. We boliei! it is the real Linpfuage "This State i is his home of the Coiiit House door, iu the city of JT ser the lit OctoVer. wiJi! 5 received at th>* 'at

Mr. .- 'V J.rr.'rat ; present. aib.i bat! tho.t;! of I *] lawyer a1 a }politician l of St. Louis-, of his boul. When, a few years fiiucu, he knoun. His recoid as a Leon county, within legal hours, flee until tli 20th Stp'eu.her.l P.artie. wishintr

adentf ,. .t : : tix :.r ti -Ket>, declared thy wut'.J j I sin now inel-iu'l I to belie o that Mfc'ri took the opposite ground, he dii violence to J and youth almost in Oregon ] ) first Monday in October next, the fol!- formation concerning the nlioii will pltmr gdJrtB

1 canthatj- !': right thrish without aiv: i ii. ill po ior lmtgM} beyond a doubt. D.t if his convicdaus cl'right., and committed a.grievous with. There are none sslao : described properly, to-wit : a negro the A112 umietign.i 21. 1G. 33-5i C. T W. SYF\N. .

. -- : Ai.l 1 I.< Cd1'T Detu.vr.it dot the lo'ias fchosild not gtt it I am tnu.k ta ad- .. error. We arc disposed to obliterate fialty to the Union, integrity name Bob., about :33 years old, levied ] A'tSi.p'tDissolution .

rt old i itlioin -. '-toter will itt' & tiutr.; ]>h aauL. mt! I tiiii.k ileU w.il. all that has gone before arid commend him disposition only' to do what as that property of said defendant, and of Copartnership.rP .

..; l>:v tkuiat the Laio Lafixeitct'ir I aLso! slated ti.st in fh.ty tf N-uhvillp, for his honorable coarse. To refer invidiously p sold to satisfy said writs according to firm of AMES & LIVELY wr i dlsaolred 'ae

llirnIfully Tenu-vv, wherw1 I sjK-nt Mrue thicc ueek*. to what he slid when public sentiment THE DEMOCRATIC -, It SAUNDERS, Sheriff. L the fifth in ijit. by tic sleuth of D. H Anr .
would be The Austin SMe Gaxtle of late set ior pattiicr. In* bjvnc ciii be cont.nurdliortafir
wa* deeply ,
corrupt .
ungenerous; to 1, I860. 30lmj
au aupp : the
naJersijjnrJ whrt would
omb<, I KRE* cc XVuJca 11 Tit \a- would ha'e on -:.ated 1 ij Jcbn Bell's nv.,r. I charge bun with bing insincere, at the present says : ly CUt] cit a by ci/trinoancc of he kind patronage recpcclful bcrcto-

more : i M>M vtr .'*"- -el
man, '. :i".jiUttoa ftt tLis: i S v. of a-} j and that x>!neh ay I did see ws v erv lukcwanii seeking popularity! ould! be equally I uncharitable. from, is in the vicinity often | well knohrn residence of the sul cri- the public that it st'ai!l ', o !h.a cirnt.TH care and ci -

.s and -' .. : T.j p.'i aa1puiin* lit'.'], or any j ji and i oil osoe* Singly flatTh; people It i net yet a popular thiug for the the votes of but about : bcr.fromthe 1t October next,for one year leaver tu merit ill* cor.fdesre: cl. and flic c&tirKXtUr .

i .n. ItV or.t"T ->t' liai pjuty ttt ri% i ii passe Chief Magiatr&ts of this Commonwealth to have ben reccm-d. The premises are at present occupied bv Dr c>ion to, the runiero.-s cuilun.cra% cf the -ata.Ulimcct !)-
tl.sr! .i iJ talk nuK'iabci.i
,
- "ereJearvr not sisem t or cars .
M LIVT.L".
i ,w :eLi-* v-r trHl!l T frt to a4* North- avow hira-eif in favor of. emancipation ;. and position of the Democratic |, Gamble R. n. BERRY.
hhn. and from .1 ft-anger cor.1 1 1 Au.2I3.-J.) 36
f Mr -1 I ,,> irt .or It'nn 0-1 the follcwing ground a.gtt until he shall! prove recreant to his present and its nominees, was never i; 28, 18CO. $5-3t _
: SZto the cent-vr h woihi! 1 riot; ?-if that
pov- ::3 ,w1x ao1in.cati3
it Dot ( -I t iMr.. llsll in bl; rcccr.* cnrd, a-vl : h o was :n tile cit". where In-et! tl.e ifi'idiJatf professions, it is to hii taken for granted that nally gi' en at the ballot L-ox. | MEDICAL COLLEGE,

truth i L e <-ij pow, by the putty ia O-.or- ) tuoConst1Tv"al t*<;'jn O.i the lie means juSt Lat he says. In our opinion, --- GROVER i- BAItER'S.TIlE .
faity. lie tho undivided ftovJisc.. Savannah, Georgia. only reliable durable and Plantation
i ought to re wo support of j Family -
lea.ao tVr i & Lunc I
coLiuriJc saw
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far .. I l.i! i tli" on'y c?nulW.i** trio his : fro cntrry..rd 4 en'husiatie< demoni.ratios the atti-shtverv voters of this Commonwealth; E\-Go. Wi.c, on being Sixth Annual Session of Lectures in Sewing MaoLinca., Servant* fourteen
orer :,-. *!v infar ofra'frfiM / I I.i s-tMidvd their r-tJ'C iiineetir.g wlch nay. they lute pledged to give him their sup a L''mocratic (Brockinridgc) above Iiiatitation will commence Mon year old! me them without trouble. Every
.' inasmuch! he has declared himself the Olh day of November next. Machine warranted. Send for circnlar.
\ uiau .i ] i- tin tJy eaahiIato l wli* J h.i; vthe la-t ; *. port as to wrote a letter giving private a
: rV.'ieririg n potrrtI
any be is favor of their and Lectftrcs free to all trill begin Direct to Ccntrsille Leon Florida.L. .
,
count
broil.dMr.. .MI"4! %'Ty *a.> Ute f 'nl rlciniit i nieciincr I aa r !ii.v> rb.
can .' : .'- 't m n?'!* n. s o.i wa ri i iij r.' that lle fd omineiu* P "efic-* <>t Iu the same paper an anti-slavery ticket N siti'crcly supporting the '22d of October M. FOIJ50MAgent..

: t'e* laws j jr Oov. liarrii and !h' .. S. Kiing.: : 01 > <\ 1 j". _
DC. T j :' -. tL.roy;! Li--1 Mate ihhia! > Url jpitc's to the! B lti:. -. J Osaicntio. ni.". i iwort i erii'-r. which denies the duty of (; Byrd, M. D., Pr.ifcssor of the Princi! COTTOX PICKIXO 1860. .

ply to i. : f. .* ii-tin\uity t.> i'.v *'$<.*. -, > hin
t bands for this
app.au UTANTED to
;.os the Free American, Re tie n, ISil.j A. Blair M. I 1). Prof of ; purpose-
I. the in l"r. r.'aair the dilTa j speaks gloomily of the resns Anatomy.
partyroved 'hl"etA erich as I Res4r vhn< (*d l f nciery -. t I I fair prices paid for mew \romen boys
orgrl
cf 4 EDSVAItD fVEtflTt-' about i and the Bla-'k IIau cr, M. IX, Picf. of Physiolog
v. )
: i i i..n i rv. S.na'.l (a, tlC tLa. b :r >j'4t Nwer. ha s1slCii'45 j atttkip-at 'S } *. J. H. GATLIX.
sonic -. ''i-1 --to fa any Xftrliurra new.j.pafl -, rerdaan. d-earrata anal we I : : Mr. ErervttV nomination has rtaily excited triumph. lie add : 1'alholo/j.

-n tie .: ; \ -js.ocot ertract t'i >n-fr. :-'. of i iu : I !,?i<* If th."f Hn.-ktirh., aud ]aite 'a LnrruTinc in the Northern pn.-s.- j jj Ifsr>. I rntn, for one, to Dopier. M. !>., I'rct-ssor Matcria August 11, 1860. 33-4t "

at tlic i < .j hxtin I'rcetir.ri-lge anal i Lane : oil Joe LO J\ iiey are even :stti-.I.'J at Southern arro-l; the I'n'on, to fit! in it, cur 37tf"i and Therapeutic "XO rEAD BUT LIVETH."

re uiparty .. -L "> cow, 1ul d-* 'iot. b. !dlv and I furt! .r. taod.. t .as* H I.. aM1 1 I.. Kfitnetr ptnec ai'l iinj>u.' -n, v. Tlii i ia ch<*erini: for in sa\iii! ilii- otiatry and : P. Iftm'ning, M D, Prof of Surgery Ltt1 1ora

: ( .1ir'iC aul a.it..itC aier% aad OJtio! in r?. iilterl.M..e it Kix.ws that tit y l'i.c a little manly t'cxlinj; ant n">t *:o -!.'.:) :"t oi.o Iliatolojrv.
tJi t'iiK'JMnr : SUBSCRIBER since the late fire l.u
,
,.. ir iaritV jla. ri.i aIOjlted Ir t to a srtfstvTxte t tiaa! f ep'ete-d, this ;wff. I'esa's that are dumb to the ;unuUi-r- one single;. it. w, It a triumph L. Bisclu.fr'.X'. D., Prof of Chemistry. THE hit office over the well ku-jwn

'rartWh ii". r.iat ISillim >rf in Jnne Lt : well sin liutl'iloind abio erur-iti"s daily! pi--j. tratod aain th1 grate we and! inn;! ? in thiS } Maxwell, M. D, Prof of Obstetrics{
niel
rit
establishment of 3fcss
4 .v :to j.'Vat a /. A. HOPKINS & Co ,
.. ihal.eLrine.fa.e/cfiee E wave, :*-u aro".M.vl to j pia15 indignation at the free and vji'i! State- I Diseases Women and Children.
in the
lrpr. i.i NMW Yok. Iu fae
,- ,tlir-- j>ia4s here he.w! aln a) s be found ready to attend
i idea that tlavcholdei should T F'esM.. I> Emeritus Professor of
iTiiti'iZt'S'Oc 'lei'Ja IJI1. .i> uuic a eensorsh'p -o I ? ,
OWdpping : cv *vwhT* I ant I ib..Ti u.tns :.Ua':5.[ hi with (!le.-patch to Auction Sales entrusted to
ever Northern Pjj". But accordi'.g Krarnrxv AKP NORTH JCj '. "
-0--- zaaafres.1s ? $trkntili.al: *iiaI J.riii'. his R. H. BERRV-
c' charge.
too C ,.4XflC.I \Varrfn, Ii.. 4' i-L 4 Jo their old senility they arc forswear the yuias-I5t-Ji! noise has ? TalSuf rro, M. D, Professor of Materin
n i > T.-/I: -; c-I l t'sut stay u< to pHxl iru-i riI 1 ( Auctioneer t Com. Merchant.
icn to ..: K a ktt-r aizn.tuizug hi-. rion a ga'J olai&nn, a.sd wot.M ra'lyT ing Mr. Everett's abolilioiiisin The.-: say heit out that in Kentucky, while ( ( )) Aug. 18, 1860. 34-2t

utiontime ,.1 Itrkinri4i' :m.I I.iie.: Th th \ te-ir not nn abolitionist at all!, or not so ia ai\ been duets-al|, tlc -' M. 1' linieiifis Pruf. of Obstetrics.
I rms- A
. : : tiat *- \h.Var.vt a s..i 'ab-li'ifs sense of the term In this the bcIwy elected /// Ju'lye rf the : >. Moonor, M. D'uratorof Xfti! cum.i For New York.
.eiy. I N-: OT.d'l! f-1: Ht in; .!.. -, n* .j *-
uttrr inuoranoo or ccLsuiumatc nicr.nn and that although the vote is ( i Cliuial I.eutssres at the b\
but College
alu'tn.jr3t lHi '
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;grcs- :L ; a MIK-O <'* &OI.d.,,1 -. to rw k bo roante i nite!
row if 1u -t i ill due <*aa* of th<- psrtv opjw ( e a. MI t i..!.. cf this l kh.d, to <-'>rrf-<-t iio :'- ?. IfUlvanl JJi'Cftll tn not f<> all iitttnls while Kl:! ;' ( Brickin-k'ge) -' and tsice a week by the siti rnilK BRIO SAMSON, Leerhoff, is g

>n for '>,. I in.iary.. aa.1 rijJil cohly ai-i :, nrw.-p9'er-; 1 fttateuicft .>." ti.! &NffV
arts .. i\ .ii-1 he S ht too. The Arafri *.inii1 I entill t'.at trill *.vM Vr the jui.ry >f the Smith or AtJ-nr Tvflicn, I it a Ityjvrritf. -i Tlic-e, ssh! \skausa.amid j ftcucficiary; Foundation. thf above Poit Apply to.

'dar- '' _' institutionalunion bad lit was-oncc an auti-aboiitioiiiat, but inglj for BrccLinrnlge, rattler J. "DhNHAM, Agent.St. .
i tariy F.JiHf fo; tr; erf d' bussntbe Men of good moral character. whose
I'arsss
of his cuietrsi rker thin tie proofs aItairs.-ioala/muy
'-iljcieot
eanutv
t '
n bepoor > %x *JM minds of tltofei who s.iahave taken up neans are limit' n-i'l Mi'i''ori-

\ iarra'n the i1frM! Sits ieatt: t'i* I hn'l l ete over and oa record, and we hope, for the credit of ( dc.io'.iiination.-il distinction,) prepar- Korth Carolina Military Institute;
4is State he will not deny them.Vc shall! Cotton ) .'
aired, % 'avg: I to lio'l' rr'I Kror* a'I'l! was farins their | Missionary Labors, are hereby kindl) CHARLOTTE, X. C. a-

Uiern '".aki.; thVn-lorc, a: iae 1i-er-it; ? dO'ti"i! whifc, nc I rat-tit'onol in ti.' IO, Mni' gi-.c the t'ocuiiieiits. TsLLs.aatE, ;i -1 tt' avail themselves of this Foundation. THE 3ri vssioa of this Institute will b>:
< > in the D ic !Lei 1i i..I< 1. His letter to .Mr. Qui-rcey. 2. lE.!, !tttcr 1ee&pta i ti tic nir&l:itu-u 1VO ? I
thing < mwrr party ; ..;, u'i..il'! '1., me !uji.-: ti'-c. as ;. Ii j is n >t I privilege will not l I-c roctrictcd to the gin on tTii. It October next. For admi.'teion
I to Mr. I'vnlvn to i.he !last electior tnvwrrn 0 bil*-. it tlio Iotsasr.ng!
,
i < IJrecLiiiridgc a iJat Mro nTn>al' Tt trio H>lilJvian, no.1 l rreitIs of Hc-orgm, but will be extended to all further infurtnation to
gene- I tire e.rr' i. sent n > ] > nt whieb he was aai.iiiiate. 3. 'J he 29 at t i, C dt tIe, I-i .it *"i. it*. or apply
lanai trloti cn MtnJ, eqwciaHy tliom. xLa; iu ra r.do not d"sro t.> Ir o'a :>j .f S I1EK1! : I *5tatt.'i*. Maj. D. N. HILL.
,
theirday ,! the di t moe Jrmhna F'. IW1i I ad!,. .i-l! f.t"ow! thd-tats of ,e.toltst! endorsement of Wijlwm Lloj.d ( a.rriraon, Editor ( | CHAKRE4 : August hi 1860. 31-2rri
of tho Liber itor. All we ask in the ca.>c
> i tnvlf.! I disunioii iui !
r no
see
; the dttlios :
,. I Itn.L'r4tanhi th.-in they !hiuk, wonhi attend strictly to o. my pro- !_->, trit! ail riarties vuil act in jew ul the fasts fur a Full Course of Iarstur.sI'Th Mesdimcs. Chraray and D'Henilly
sand : ib
avoid. for
Hcin is
ft-v-i 'n. ritni ttidi-vtsly as aposi- u r r t I 'at or's Fees 10 I
ofthyrdnof : ufthle gicat Ioa.kr. to tha di! a? they an- JJEXS to announce to their friends and the
tas Witit po'itio
bi' aii.'thiiii > *
I
.
liiiinj; ; Fee ,
In hu LlUri.) Mr. Qiiince, Mr. Everettstales ) (paid on.'c) >
-'i .Hid the equality cf the htao line af to public, that theirBOARDIXG
it' tinu-s pulley 1
Tis! as.ihissary 1 as a uiinhassrc ( Fee 30
i S
: )
his loiitidion of the practicability, asssa.i .
I !10. I diill eTt lite ti *kK'ntile :
iti a> AND DAY
at wo apj b iartiiig out in SCHO.OL
1.1.111
? prirsuod by a \otnr: List Class! from
hrtdrrprcscntathra term
of immediate emancipation
ai-l I Lane and 1 3'h i.all .as the advantages ATT N TO
5 bin ; thin I profc"si4>n < ( law aid slpenah'tit upon States (and was the largest etcr for voting Ladies, will re-open at Xo'i 15-7
i\fd the statements contained ,
il friend* t'v d1i a* pi< by hi i f"" .1 t and 1529 Street 6n
nccrtaiDst hard ] and 's'inetuai r.ttonti to bin < a-f a.r. t ) tit Spruce Philadelphia,
study
YOU in Sa annah. of whom twnt\-ohe
Thomas & Kiiaba'i > )
Messrs.
work written by us ,.
*" and I b-li-vu'!! to l cccirre't Thursday, Sept. 16tli, 1860.
; Norfolkorrp for s-inport.
.-A rrttKotit o a n'p.taiiou at the March Commencement.
their toilsthr'
'!, containing: an aeconnt cf Iloose its 555aLisi-.a'I f, a- I -I|
srett, V Sentinel Dwujrhw \ ill I ut.fiiTtlni.li tin o, ii: the prc- P M further iiifoimation August 18, 1860. 34OwMIil)1Ct15
& i ;i ajs the Briti.a V. est Iiuiies. mi lliursd.j ii.t: "Jt.l ''Eft, apply personally
r J I'IO rotes in this Kectora'! !i- sent a'ncft of j triti'-al ait.ur>, i tlilnk usury f!.II uijtr1n.! Liter, toII COLLEGE
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going 103?. xihcthor \MUI J or o'd, of wliAtuxcr aMii KENT Ever-mail brings in additional T.JcT of t1.fr Cnj.tM'1. L. BYRD, M. D, Doan,,
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; -KV. OF TUB
U. Ii t i
op- ( '. Va.) Ragider :- 'jor profession, bother he expects to take No. fcG Bro'ajfhton street,
M-urar ( say ; cidcucx of the taut that the late electron ?*1>UniWr4. 1S"0. :' STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
,,.i 1 Utt reek that we knew a an tactivu< |\ul ia poitki! or not, entitled inj of Clerk uf) the Court iif Appeals was little or --- Opp) ite the Marshall House. [ .

j en- .,. ". deetats! appoints! to th?-j I go to the polU and cost a iott\ should set of the relative strength of the 1'iesi- Silver Watches I, 1 1C.0.< 30-2ia TIlE Annual Course of Lectures ia this Insti

i all ': '< nt'on' at Staunton were ndvo aoout the study of the plitical hi--tory of his dcntial no test candidate \Ve did our utmost to NV person wishing to buy 1 I tutiou will commenco on the First day of Xo-

rt.aTed .i'tion Of the national doino- country s.nd tnti htfrt and inform himself have the matter understood, but itwasimj I Patent Lever Watch, OF LOUISIANA. ember, on the folio*iujr brahcrfes .

anal I ane. np&n the political issues of the day that he- o.v.Iblc with all the circulation of the Demo and full Jewelled; can see a I Medical Department Jons HoLBROoir, M. D, Emeritus Prof of

Jiosa .. crrAorie4 that cast that intelligently and from honest j> newly imported, by calling on .St natotny.i *
a. l-ea' to *ay may cratic journals to get the people in remote Annual Course rff Lectures in this De

.1 i -Mf: .sr*. lx\i's Homer, Tinsrepadiatc comictnnt This I have vndeaxored to do, counties to comprehend the importance and LOCH, it D.an'l La-Id's New will commence on Monday Xoicm-i, Vnatomy, by Prof. FRAKCIS T. MILES, M. P.i .
land in the which I have I New Tort Sept. 8 1SGO. i Piiysfolocv, Pro? JAMES MOCLTRIE, M. LI.i .
\ '. 1)oi.ias! and scorn and forming opinions figniucance of the struggle \V e append one ,_ 1S-t 0), air.! will terminate in the enti-
iefcm That are with their hope and believe I have not been actuated I i Surp: ;rv, Prof. J. J. CUISOLU, il. D.
"ilat. they of two items iu proof of this position TO THE ; !h. !
t>- 1 Institutes and Practice of Medicine *
UI TIN: <.f Virgiiii ia decidedly for by motive- of policy r\lcsirc political gain, In Caldwell county 273 men went to the JONES, M. P., IVof. ot Practice of Professor
the.cni. ,,, biassed | GEUDIXGS M. D.
-I -- neither have I been brought np or ,
for officers but failed to .
Lthe principles of either \Vh'gery or Democracy. polls, voted county R1DDRIJA i .Materia Afcdica, Prof. HENRY R. FKOST, M. fy$
.. vote for a Clerk of the Court of Appeals. M. DH Prcf. of Chemistry.
acd if 1 could would Obstetrics Prof. Tiios. G. PRiotKAu M. C.Ciiemistry
I cannot, i .
I'CL1E& In Graves county over 300.men voted for STONE, SI. I), Prof of Surfer
Price '40 dish. Liberal '
sevtJr raised Prof. ( U. SHEPJIRD M.
rot, boast that I was up a Whig or a i D.
candidates but did not vote for any CENAS, M. D., Prof of Obstetrics.
the ,
'arter of this county sale urch.e.wrs.1IOortES
ttly.uys know that father i } Demonstrator of Pruf
Democrat. I do not my tho candidates for Clerk. \ A. NOTT, M. D l'rOfeaasor of j Anatomy, r. SAMC Lj
of
'
. prople- ;" .r of the Coth tilt, has been e\crcAst a simglc xotu in his lifts I have Modica. j Lob *, M. "D.

. .. -.. tho Mcolors for this been left free to form rav own principles and ]i In Callow ay county there were 1,454otes ; Patcrt Double Clinical Lectures at. the Roper and Marine
i Ioujas i cast for county candidates, and only 985 for. .ilL The best Machine for RICHARDSON, M. D., Professor of
'otofu declare what those principles are. j jAnd Hospitals twice a seek by the PLysiciins of -
ko- ,' :'inoR the honor vcleain, on 'I the various candidates for Clerk, showing in "Too cheap it can't ts good, | the -
f and for all that it bo S | Institutions.
>r once may LAWSON M. D Prof of Clinical
iiiCflainatibSlity of sentiment, the Clcrk'a race a tileut vote of 469. "But just give rue throe times S
known how I stand, what I am and bow to j I The Anatomical Rooms will be ripened Ta
--aa it as hi* belief that there understood that I'am In addition to these a large number did I caro not whether cash or October and dissection
I wUh it conducted daily b/
depend upon me, HUNT M. D Pre of
1 not to the polls at all. Our information And machines from Physiob-
.ued I ougLi* man in thi region. a I>cinocrat and atn henceforth and forever go i get your the Iemnontrstor.
reliable correspondents assurance Now in all this and PathoJoscy.
from gives reply to
U and it againj Mc -rs.la committed to the cause of Democracy HEXRY Ii. FROST, M. U., Dean
< try that nine-tenths of this silent vote will bs for Let judge ofjiast-stdcl CHAILLE: M. D., ) Dmonstnf of:
any
'rkseek> I -jar nest appoiiitmci.t, cx1 and its fortunes let jhem be what they maya belief- Breckinridge.la Just cdmpare the two together NICHOLS, M. D, \ Anatomy. Atigu-it IS. IB-'O. 54it

I femocrat, hope, from conscientious of Ruorrs for D ssc'in Trill! bo FOR SALE. .
.T 1 (ore disCTctioa.Iviee their other icounties the position MtClarLy And say upon his conscience cpcc en .

: Ct'flti1Cd; in the la'..tI. in the rectitude and correctness of principles and of Boiling was not understood, and Boiling Ten dollars will "not the Monday in October. TFIE PLANTATION kaowS a3 ';De Solo. '

.. and in the honest belief that they are of was voted for tinder the impression that In the cost manufacture.. Faculty are Vlsitirg Phvsiciar.s and _L Kinjj three Me:: > Eat rf Tallftba iee. It

a best calculated to secure all the blessings nominee Every day co-JMsis of t7.:>.; cleared land
ho was the regular But if its singular simplicity, of the Charity Hospital. acres nod 240 iutimber.

liberty and a well administered government Brockinridgc brings us encouraging intelligence for the November (Which is its crowning ) i Students accompany the Professors in [ .,,, Ii

; I. CTailiomc. Dq, of MUsissipappohsled a Democrat and in Lane the issues Democrat of the in past the, a issnes of- contest All that is now necessary is Does its first cost somewhat I visit anal, free of expense, enjoy es- a New ocarterfr,
'1 Elector on the J. FEELER.TLLatISF an earnest, united and well organized effort Should this bo subject of ry practiril atlx'antigcs. C. B. GAMBLE
A.
'- T.rites a .canl, in which l.o thr j present. 5th 18CO. Lexington (Jfy.) Statesman.o Or who'll object, if I'm to the Course, Lectures will be or T. J. PERKINS.

Sept. < J > S With a profit nf less than 3 ? daily in the Amphitheatre of the Tallahassee! May 26, 1860. 22

p PZJUXSVLAR R. B. Co.-The following "The of the I -i
Rev. FLORIDA proof pudding" i from the 1st of October, on Clinical Xjn.w 3csiacactaL : -
tha and The University of the South.-Ilk
: een
personal politi-
officers elect for the
the ensuing
arc rest; and and other
Surgery subjects OF HARVARD ;
of Tennessee COLLEGE, .
-. of the Diocese
otg1a; an-I hate Jas. IJ. Otey, Bishop
a tjratcfioany President
year, of the abc c Company: -JVbf OM has failed when put j any charge to students. IrnilE Next Term will conime-wo SEFT&f-
of his But I notice in the Nashville papers
acts. gives James McKay; Directors, S. II. Owens, E. OFFICE is Tnt THOMAS hUNT M. D Dean 1 1
that the corner-Mono of the principal build-. ], S a BEU 3d, 1860. For Catalogue wd CiT.a
.
ti'ft1ali&.issippi delegates M. S. Perrr Gordon a B. E.
L. T. -
i Baoknigbt < TKe Administration of the Icular address .
Charity ;
-. the South will twr .
of
-n i Convention and clf cvrhcrc of. the .University ,
ing \V B. Hooker Gettis
'
f"t Unkversitv 'Todd, J, Darling, 4. ; S.-- Sole owner ot elect annually, in April, fourteen JOEL PARKER Royal Professor -
ceremonies at ,
and Lane. with
rcckinddge ,
laid appropriate .
S. BjTood Treasurer J. Darhin.r for the
[Secretary, ; StodenK who maintained bv
are
1 and I Franklin Tcnn on the C am bridge, MassiI
man, stand bv inv Place, county, '
'- tt' aiint tl.iorl14" 10th of Oct. ncit [ -Tarn fa Pcnisttuleri September 6, I860. [Sept. I. &*. 2ra ('ambri-ire. \r.11 33--3tt10



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I and Medicines HOSTETTER'SSTOMACHBITTERSI. NEW JEWELRY STORE. I WOOD EDDY & CQnT
Drugs
Ho !Bverybody I I -1- Dtlirten Kirlsty't and the Rulgirt" liuilditg. DELAWARE & MISSOURI STATE LOTTED.

.
I On the Cash Plan, Diriding th Profits with the
CO. : Grand Capital
J. It. GREGORY I (I hrTOMF-S': ; Pi-ize$7oo0{|

ANY AND.ALL PERSONS in need of the Fervices of an AFCTIONEER, can be accoin- i (SUCCESSORS TO E. BAItNARIJie.,) I The proprietors and manufacturers of IIOSTLTTER'S -. I SO HAS DEBT3 .Nfl VO BOOKS TO 'IELP I WOOD: EDDY & CO., MaiaSW
( & tight style and on the most REASONABLE TERMS, by calling on I CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS '
Ia. L. "V"J".ADEJSr The heated
II l Mtangtr* Office are at If
appeal with perfect confidence to "
I
Wholesale: and ReUil Dcakrsm can I TS ed.IIIl >fllill kto.-k. b", KxpriM, \TfMIF3, DtUmutre mud St. LOlli, '" "
; r.8t1.t.
and citizens generally of the Unit!.l
physicians 1 JEWELRY ant STHKLIM felLVLU I I WAKE.On .
ir A. SHINE JIL I II DRUGS MEDICINES States, because the article has attained a rcj'u- hand--.T {i uaf"ftn....l of i The following MAOXIHCEXTSClIEVibe

t.ition heretofore unVnown. A few facts upon Cold Pent, Upeclarlin, Vlaltd H"rf..,. Tulle and i I drawn in public, under th. Super,'l'3: ',
I i ihi point will speak more powerfully thau Sworn CiirninU ioner,, appointed by tae -eo
Ptttltt Cull,,!. Razes, i's-hetBsode. Canes, G. :
inlutnes The consumption of bare : of" rHon Ilostctter's or l.Lsoiiin Stomach; puffer Bitters Gun Wads aud Cups, Milii:ny (.. :*. I Wood, Eddy & Co.'s Lottcrj;:

: Auctioneer and Com. Merchant for the last year amounted to over a hnlf- rir\\Ith""l1nd. I1-CO. Jewelry 2-ilET rvpairid.July3. i Class 2V'o.I 4 Draies Saturday, Srpf. -

million Lotties, and from its manifest steady I 73 Number*-13 Drawn iWj;.

increase in times past, it is evident that dining I GUAM J CAPITAL
the coming year the consumption reacli .' A JiSUH1CE\ COlPAiY. PRIZE 01'I $iO,

I. Prize of $ O.OOQ. 163 .
Tallahassee FIa. near one million bottle This immense ammint OF 1IA1JTFOIJD. JW Gf, ,
could never have been roW but fur the rare I I I I Prizs or. S8.UW' 6: Pr zc,?, J'I : .
i I 3 Piztlvf . lifOOO 8. :-,
Where they will lso find, at nil times A General Assortment of I'UREVINES AND I medicinal and the properties sanction contaiued of the in the l preparation : Incorporated in 1 e U.-L'LarUf Perpetual S Prizes! of .. 6,00"1, (, 65 l'rz"prMt: ot \I
nu! pioii.nulit
U |
LIQUORS"FAMILY GROCERIES PLANTATION SUPPLIES ic &c. on band at the old stand sign of the Mor-
HAVE physicians in those sections: of the country J' 3 Prizes of . 4,000' eiPro jj
AugHt U, 1860. 34-tf corner of Clinton a.id Monroe streets, a trheie the article it best lncwn who not only Cash Capila.l, -l,000,000 3 Prizes <,f 3.000' 4lu< J'rzrs.f; '

large and complete stock of puro recommend the Bitters to their puliriit l.ut 3Pr zf'JIof. .50 7t'IOI'rz"tcl .
GAINSTISS I ANis DAMAGE UY I 100 Prizes of . '
at all times to testimonials to its I INSURE 1.000
Medicines and Chemicals, are ready give .
T Drugs, ellicacy in all cases of s-tomachic derangcmints .FIRE:, ON HUMS: : ADAPIEDJTU 32.390: Prizts amonuting-to:.-. .-.. .*
Dye-Stu/s, Paints Oils, Sjits. Turpentine and the diseases resulting thcrciroin. -II1K 1U/XRD. 1,171,1

1 A F Ii IV iImIID Varnishes; Brushes, Campfioif, I .This xtniordinary is ucla temporary ctlo'rts in p.Iui.ariy.the way: of cblainedij tiuiupeling AND COX 1Nr: : \\ I lilt "llii LAWS OFCUMI'i'.NSAl'lO.V Nearly TttlttiKO One Prize; Halrti\Q to Every_ToTicke 4Whole ..

; Q ar< I
a a 9 Euritiny Fluid, Window the qualms of the BirtH but It ".,li'lfbliuiatioti E. C. U\VIS: Agent, trj

etc. of an inxsliuble: Jnf idnt'. "liiclo is IVr TaJallIS1ot.e! !> and vuiinty.MT.22 Certificates of P.ck gn in the aUou, Schr,,
Glass, Putty, destined to be as cn'Iuriug js 'line: ii cf.! '57 39Pluntei"3 l he sold at the following rates which it i tl'om.II '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN __ __ _
I together with a fine assort mciit of !loytcit er's Momnch l Lit; ICES Lane 1.roveI Certificates Package.. of 26 YLoI t r..t'ta.i. '.
a (Oo AIITICI.11S '
TOILET AXD: r.lXi'Y I. .
S6QB1rUr j.
: :
Juvcci..iicd
lilione
other
I aol various ct iu.Tjjini|
,L STAPLE GOODS< eon istil1: of their \u-tiuis Ly hui-.eiia. T, IP TIC Sul'iscriWr' !Laving pniiliastil 1 _!*_-- .- Ch E"J>"'b" -
4sr1ola.cict
able to state f>ai.I' iitly th-it tIe Titter above Hotel, peufuly! inITi a I SChc o'f -
Superior Hnir, Tooth, Xail, arc a certain euro fur the; l>v pep ia anriiketli t'rTis hit friends and the: pubic in ; '

end other Bruslits; Horn,leory and tli e", is to the yrorrctorg: a FOWCC of unalloyed eral, t hut: it i it m.\ .;JK-IIW! fur ti-i! ..,-geu.W.it I f 'J'o be Drawn each W fd8t day ia Sf Pl',

pleasure.) It removes all zaorl-l '. ut'r m,.l4ti..n ol. PKUMAM.NT: .i-d 'J!' !i' \ \:slFNT: Class IX'1 If rate t ou IVW"" ? PLANTATION SUPPLIES I India Rultbtr Drcsslny and Fine Coiuls'; fioia the Btoiaich, j>urifivs the .\,., mil, 1.:0.\1:1 1:1\:. i..c; IUU.N IAD.Ta.alijte : I (Jill" 4DT> ElI on Weditukay, first I"

Fancy Toiltt Soaps ; Potnatitmt ; Choice imparts rcne\\"c.l. I iu theuonouj.1l'1I1. :! May 1,1 I: ;\). 1 i'J-tf. I Class .1.1'4 Daw 0" nJ".dvI: S'I'I I B;;: :Is
that touc and t-icigyiutlineim.a.he) I ( lus 400 on Wtdattday.
giving Ducr.-u ; ,
t rfr. --- ---- -- Srpt_ JJ I
Perfumery, rn lor the restoration: of health It operates thou -
CROCERIES &C. lyers! {S; Gorman NEBRLY t P15IZC 10 EEIU 2 Tit
) other :KLfj:
i All of which they will cell it reasonable prce. By the'loUAcb.Ii\"l'r. end digestive orgns, 7S I
NuaiSr">
t '
0 i keeping constantly supplied with all articles in their mild'y: but powerfully ntnl soon if-turcs t"tlil HAVE: RLCKIVKD, rnrrrcirt .>rnvu!. (coin New I riwu DaUuI.fapilal : .

A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF line, and by strict attention to buEinens, they will endeavor to condition csoential to the healthy dischargeof I n .-;>lrii.li.l *;M iimcut( Prize ef $U.ooo! I

to merit the patronage heretofore bestowed the functions of nature. SILVER AND PLATED WARE, 1 Prize of. .lOO4) ti-l Pnzis .
thc miters f'
daily a* ?
their picdcccssor.Flijslcians'. EUerly persons may use fi l'rizesnf. 4.5W'
upon directions on the bottle, and they will fuel C\>"|!>TIN<. orFi I C1 Pies otClFr.1 .
Mess Pork Hams Sides Shoulders : Prescriptions. in per it stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfoit iah! Knives, CaVe dn Cup*, .Njpliu Runs, Silvtr 1 Pr.zc; >tID . :.3t2 j, : ,, "
Salts in races JLc. I Prizes of I h'O( G' PloZU..r" I,
it is to the ,
as pleasant p:4'ie:
declining
Particular! attention paid to Prt'sl'riplions-eBrdul- year :\' Prui l.f. iooo! 8i
Pn/r
.. to the bowels, excellent as took, Fine Germin Silver Plated Tea SttU. IcP.I'L u, I of.
FLOUR ly toii.poundid from Pure Mediihie] *, stall hours- invigorating We evidence Calc BLmskets.! CaMnrs, Cjndes'.i! ,. &.C oO Pr/ta; of. .. :WU 5.50 lPrurs.4:
&0. &O.I and generally. l.aTe.llle
WHISKY, diy aid night. rejuvenating of thousands of aged men and return I'm Sets! .-f Jewelr* in Ca n, I'ropchen, liar I i'03: .rlzuLt.. 150J-WiT2i Pnlnul. A

Fit 14, 1860. 8 T-ho hive: experienced tIll benefit of uiing tLijropiratiou < Ri.igs{ 1' Fhugtn Itiogs, &e.,'..
ZTTerzn.s -- -- -- -- I 'ALSOTaVeand Prizes ..... _
Cash De1i : ,112 in
cri 'Very.Jt while tufT.'nng from 'oaiacii! : .lcr.ia .: araou-i : :" ,
P.-ik.t Catuy! Pow Jr Vji! ,.MK.IIV.cb
New and Reliable I
L encntsan'l general debility; ai.tiujjunJtr WHOLe Tzearrs I 10 I Jl.tun $5
TallAhassec 5fay 8th 1800. 20-1 ; ;
y the advice cf phj>ician tLej have abindoiinl .I ??. < ap-, \\ :"l,. wail C'utu n. :Mt- rrtcttauni Ultu'lCtrtili.afIH.

t A.R.TICLE all leleriom drugs und friily U>.:tel ihoiiieiits I':1'eit.: .n.1 l .1 Mit'|>/ly u-h f the P cka"rmu ibcabore'cdre t4.ei ,

FANCY COODS SOAP Pumice Stone Champion of this article. A few worth to tl.a I prnuuie L'U'1'1 r"'"..,-* Le dens" each ..i4T. wtilbeSowing sud! .1 thu.
FANCY COODS fCtJlr.
I SILVER Cleaner, Japanese Hoot and Slice Polish, gentler sex. There are certain les-lesla Tl.cu I F.>r Kie low by a ;l.'Sc. l.OltMA.V: Uk",xvli.eh !i. time r.*. .

French Imperial Liquid BlIl'inz-tt.i.li'JlliJ! impartsto their cares are so harassing that many of them iui.ul.6i O. 21 I Crr.ilicztc I'aekjgu ul 23 \VWe! Ful.. xuu

FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE- all kinds of Linens and Mubhus the blue tnt sornujh sink under the trial. The rvlatiuti of mother' I S A. rOEIJSrs .". 2dllht -
.( desired by Iauu.Iece.A < and chill 1 is f 0 orbinply testier: that tie I a. 25 Quarter! L
LSO- mother, especially if clue l>e young, is alt to Dt-tltr IP' find M",nnfITALIAN :!" ','' ,>fIt! kinds <;/ -0- V

--. Cod Liver Oil, RlIsht..,I's A llecemiu celebrated forget her own health in her extreme anxiety t A-;' AlERitNAR3LE In Ordering: Tickets or Certificate .
'L i brands : Quern's Co.l) Liver Oil Jt-lly, flavored. for her infant i-hoitld the prii of maternity 'I Liiclosc the ..ooJnt..1 J uiout v to our 3itir
1ft ) 6' The Jellifying cf Cod Liver Oil cmbUs airive during tIc sumn.t-r t.asou, the wearf i'1 t 7OK t .liatou nub i in {lurchwr.: ; Inline (III. l.itu, .

ttI' ; u TBUS' \ : 0 'Ii( 'I ,4Wr\ a,m III E' the most del'eatc stomach to receive holy) and mind 5r nerally aggravated.! Here, I whuli. }ou wish it ills,-:., ami 'it ht tier sU '
@ ___ l: ,, LVZOISrUr-.XEI\ITS. i holes, liltfnt( r Quaittr
= J and retain tlrs: great remc.iy. then, is a necesty for a Miinulaut to 1"1.10-; > <.11 r"ft1I'tL.| '
rate the energies of II." !j'--Jem.: and maim tic uox T'I: .-', rvttr .TIIEX.J -TIIXJ..:.. ." ., ." m nn.lvkhjti] i. lrJ"l'ctJ. by first h'.a.I, '. tiirn

I NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET NE\V YORK1IDIE3AILIE3E A FRESH SUPPLY 0 !' mother to bear up under her cxhinsting trial S :?}- YM.I".r''liC..!T..tol. l.-ll.i! .:e, t ILl.I tilt ..chthie.In.MUiliattly.
I I aol lesixdisiHiilies. Nursing mothers generally i I ti/: All! ')r-l. i |iroinpii; :1th-r.Jt'.1 It'. I ; after the J>awntf. a I1 ttdiTri'1 F

DESSLOWS BENZINE Diirnou's Catarrh prefer the Bitlm to nil other invigor.tor .,- t H...'. a/. i-u. i-iy; : %. Ctltitud to by the COIIIIIU MIH.) (.m, ..' .,
WIiIItd HE : e Toothache Drop..l'"cttulllon-I that receive tie endorsement of ihjsJciaus. wvllli JH n\placntii: ii.
ey of Liverwort one cf the very best ivmedics for :r I -I'urd.uu'ls uil! ,
the i the
Leeauic it is sgrccublo to taMe ni PLOIUDAIIAILKOADCHANGE) J plrnre write I >;. I
i Coughs,Colds, &c. ; Roman Lye Jallan1. Spaiding's .and their ,
Cvm6s sell as certain to give a permanent increaseof i plain gist pst I'ftii-e.countv .a 'I[*.
Pins, Writing; Desks{ Jtwilry, Prepared tlluc: l/odiy! strength. : .'lI All iroini.iiii.icji iUIII.r.th; I .>ufi?.J ,hft -- -- ---- -- "Jjt-cl''L. -l'J" .
n iVeedles, 'Work B U8, Watches, All those: persons to whore we hare particularly I '!.. ;--AIl priii ..fIl" and cede' )j.j_ .>6.. -

-' Buttons, Porte Monaies, Stationery, Musical ]H'\ CHOICE SEGARS.ROCKPOTASn referred alove, to nit: sufftri-ra hoes : OF HOU-RS. duteiyaflrrthe Jr.t"II1othu r heLMS a' it *

Threads, Port foiios, Perfumery, tHer and n pi 1'. canned l FJRSTSOR7' dysentery, iiidigesiii.il, :loss of IIf'reticelIn.J cN-: IU"tlf/ Ju''!;; !;.I. 18(1,; '!'..dns will run I. ,

Wood and Willow Ware, <{'<:., PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, siijernnnuatcd invalids, persons of se'dc'ntary 1 Freight ai.-d 'l"--0 n,rr TI.UJ, eu M"i..ls\, \\c'e- : HPi-iaso
Cnyyitnl $DO.OOCIJ
: every article m the notion line required by the Southern MertliaaL: Medicinal and I !l
for Family purpose' occupation, and nursing mothers, will coiisu'.l! days an-l rrilaju. i I .lIrs LTU/JV A'.lTf ff/MV.
their own jhy-icil welfare l.y gif l1g to Ho-- Lease t'Tiirfii-lujat: .l<. 11-\. M.!
Paints, Oils and Glass : I *. U"Aol 7t. $1'llllr'I i : ; Q'rrtlm !
.-.. --- tetter'n Ccle! rstcd Stomach Bitters a tri.il. O.Ijwia !1.'t :0 I i.lI
Linseed 0 I I. boiled and raw ; JiWOtt & C.\t'TIO\-We caution the public .igxint J .* (tunt svillc: at .... 1 .!'A t3/"Order! fur Tickets (.r cernfii.ttd ui U! 1

: SPECIALITIES Son's Pure Leid. ill O,I using any of the many: imitations or counterfeits f Arr.vcat Un'._at. .> ; the uboic So'iniitrs to be litrtited I I. 1S
I' : French and Arrencan Window ( tu. but ask for HOSTETTER'S CELFDIHTEISro.Mcit pjonutr Iran un luJ-). 'lLursJay. aud Sat- WOOl, EDDY Jfc CO ViIminctoi.IkLrr
Snow While Zmr iu Oil Cans PjiutBrishce WOOl), EDDY & CO "t. Louis. flue
Tjiwrences BITTCIIS: And tee that: each bottle ha-i I ur.Uw, will
: Lawrence's OrHjntal Grooveless Cologne p"rf.'d,"Eyed Needles- I Lawrence's"Steel Pcn,"'' the Planter, Wgcr Ac, Putty &c.1)EODORIZED 3 the words "!r.J. IIo tett rs* Stomach: Bitters" I ve'1'rmamliua, *1.1?.1: P 11. tU"Uircnar! containing Sihunesfor tile es

Lawrence's" II Ltwrence's Gold Ptn.. warranted blown on the sid of the bottle and siamjc
Southerners "
Farwite, j Lawrence's Lead Pencils," all styles. KEROSKXE OIL. I .* dra : cf Woo / ',
the metallic cap covering the cork, an.l tiai-iciMilc at .7 Itt :fjfl wngs I. E.ldy& C Us

t Also a superior quality ur O.SNABURG SEWING THREAD; Balls: small and largo and on upools Feather Dnstcrs Varnish L U'hiteMasliIOxii.sla.oo. observe that our l.nogrlllt ticnaturc is oil the Arrive at Cr-n:.n. at ... ..9.53 ..- arc imbhaScd in the New y"k Herald .f.T,
All goods warranted equjl to sample and as represented. Perticul.ir.'Utaniongireii to packing. X riot and .bl-.1- ; l'aiset'grrlraiu on 1IucJ,)., \\'dJu':41t!.and FriA ;- Tn'i'ip, .New orLtr Staat .-itun" stud X.w fI'xjin D
t exmreoieot CatjJ< j"e', with banks! few memoranda supplied to 11l''lUlIen application <;- Prepared and sold by IIO3TETTEK& S sla.-, stiltLuac : '-uN

t November 22, 18S9. 48-1 y Fresh Supply of Choice SMITH Pittsburgh. Pa. and sold by all : li.i.r.nr at. . .. .. M. v-10._ 7.T._ 45-ieirly j
p druggists grocers and dealers generally : U..II at .. .... ..J3'* .
,' -- -- --- -- I GARDEN AND FLOWER throughout the United States. South America i to .J.I..il.1I4:1 "

William P. Slusser 1 Dissolution.0 rnC.A.N" and Germany. L Airivcat IVniia.finj. .._. .. ,2.CiP. it!. ill

I THE Co-partnership heretofore existing between sill ""y pcor/!. &: ME\D: New Orleans: La., I I'rri.hie.I P**!>on5er Tram, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Subscribers, under the firm of hOPKINS .."Y'. SEED. .
Wh -luale! Agent for ihe Southern btates. >> and Ntt ntd .j*, ..1.1 1
Manufacturer of Copper Tin and Sheet i & MEGINNISS was d&kulve: ( by mutual consent Together with everything utaal'j! kept in Al-o roll by Ames & Lively Miles Nash li & Co., I Leave Ik.UH >u .it.3-I1.
.2 on the 3''it III l May last. All business the firm a liret-class Store. I (jainr..iml l le at .. .5.S I ''
k Iron Ware Wholes I alt and Retail t will bo adjusted by A. HOPKINS & CO. who Drug antJ.I J R. Gregory & .Tallahassee! ; J. \.Skipper I ., "
are M I and Scott &Tucker. laLlwiu/ at.10..>0 "
Dealer in Plain, Fancy and Ja. authorized to use the firm name in liquidation For sale by J. R. GREGORY A CO.Stewart's Nt-irport ; T. Palmer, J .rricauI'ernandinaat..2.IiP.: 1.J. ThoosinNTftlnAy pe"kinjr m the jr"Eaton's -* J
Andi
Montutllo Palmer WihIiameWaukeenah.
paned Ware. A. HOPKINS -- ---- : Infaiitllc Cordial III
i dealers in mcJiciru; thrcnghout the State. IZ. \RMN,
I STOVE HEAD QUARTERS D. B. MEGINNISS. y ivodiiselt nttrr fail to afoul \nlant lln inffr I
Candies :1111 Si.peritiiadcu:
Pr A Splendid assortment of Cooking. Parlor anJ TaM hass c, June 19th I6O.Co.Partnership.. April-10, 'CO.-- -- -16-ly S I IVrnnndim. ..fnlI": !1MILES '.l.. rS? wlu-n given\ 111 time. It act an if by magic .itnal --
,' Wood Store,trimed with neatness and durability M7 --- clone mil convinCe you that what w< r
: DROPS and FijPrnpc.nimi Jelly Pre EDWARD WEST
,
b at reduced prices. GUM Horse Ka.lisb, rom.it. Catsup' FarinaCracker. Auctioneer and Commission Merchant : NASH & (CO. true. It vtMituos.\olar! <*;;oi'IrorOpUof r1"m
i k.nd, and ili. relorc rt."lilvl'1ll.y frvtuJfcriHpi ;
OUT DOOR WORK. A. HSTKI.NS, R. C, rtCEIIIIL.EDUAID ., PreMon & Merrill's Yeast Powder.Refined lint
;I ROOFING. Ornamental' Heads Gotterinp, URIDFORD, JR.. L. R. RTU.NtR.npHE Shred Isingglasn: fur Jellies, Blanc Mange, ore. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA."pROMPTattentiontion Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &1'- of}.ur child/ instead of b, drudem,}
Copper, and Tin Conducting Pipes, Sheet Lend,, UNDEIU ED entered into a Co-part- given to Consignments toIT uifi'ini their t'IIh, mad t he reaiLi'itie. 1'ur tins reason, it cini.iiM-mt it*
i a jatihi
his care. Room next door to Ames & Livtly's WOULD t'iron/v! Ttlialle >n IW>M kouwn *I.* I '
: Sheet Zinc,Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop nerthipon the lit ,14V of June, 1SCO, under the pr paratn
Patent Air-Tight Glasa Jars, Drug More. [N.-v 8, 18J9. 4G 1 they hate on hand a good asior, T'.IIIt Dt\aaHF. 1heertrr.iv t.Pc
work ofeTcry variety don. at short notice. firm of .\. HOPKINS & CO, for the transaction of lists ,
I CITY AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS a General Merchandizing Business. FOR PUTTING UP PRESERVES: & FRUITS. ------ -- -- --- --- --- ---- \ men t of such art icics .is arc generally kept in their IN THE li<>\VElJt. AllDirr Of Tilt ST.iJIV H. L
.8..1ox G-n11io (Ilinu of business, an.l will be renni-i renularllrchippiies. '
Are Cuiu ix THE HFAO aud Caorr also, lor nf'n
rap ctally( iariteJ to.ire me I call before purchasing A. HOPKINS(
I S PEtLER IN Their! term shall! :reasonablet tit reducing infl.uiuaaea./ rigntttf'l;
elsewhere.Q7 EDWARD BRADFORD, Articles for the Toilet. pumt
N. U.-All articles manufactured from the R. C. PARKHILL, DryGoods Provisions i :a.1Iilhabre.Ju/y/ 8lh.: 18:11. Bevels, and relirungpas.s, it uas M* rf.tt to

very best material and warranted durable. No other L R. STAY EIt. T>AXDOLIXE, various kinds an elegant dressing ( S FOR SALE. .111 aali-p
article will b. offered for sale.Oc Tallahas., June 19, IS o". 26-tf -D for the lId : ; Savage.s trsina. or Real Bear' ASIa in all eaSes of CoNTfuioN oa Five. As jot '.
9. I8s.5. Flo. copy. ---- ----- -- I Grease ; Rose and German Cologne Lubin's Ex- Groceries in General. I;1 j\ HOUSE; and LOT togS tiier with the I If: andhealihof your cbililrrn, and wua1* Ma
Ne-v Goods ,T tiacts and "3rilt'l, ot'iir' delicate. l'elftAIIICII.'brd.. Nov 0, '58 46-tf [Flor. copy !I the ont-buildiiig, wlili;< ire very [:''' tup.n fn.in those sad anH bl:ihlinz{ totiff
TALLAHASSEE I cr's Oriental Lotion for the complexion ; Porcelainand - -- ------ --' S plf.Tsai.tiy! K'I i;nated on die prim ipal rond '- which are certain ta remit from the sic .f.lII(1

FOR Metal PuT( Coxes ; Toila Powder,Toilet So.ips, DAVID r. HOr.fE. A, rEKRT AMAKER, .nJ near the Jjepot, within few nu>- of which all ether remedies fur Infantile lomfi. .5-,
3. !g3J !jEL:1! SPRMG AND SUMMER a very choice and extensive varid)'. --- &. Amaker menu walk o' he Cspitol. It Ins I thereon IIn excellent are eompc -.,lake none littj. [ATUII'.I lin-.

r' --- -- -- --- -. Hogue l well of/oe 1 nater, frut: Irfe-, Ac., which inakes Costuiam.this you can rely upon It" pnharmless !

Avo 1OQO. UST RECEIVED a supple of "COSTAR'S ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, .| it .iry cnnveuifiit an.l dr"irabe! to one that ma} : / and cannot injure the nvMtdtliuaten'i

c Harness Establishment. J RAT ROACH, &C., Tallahassee. Florida, I wmli for a tutesut.: % .I i 1Ilt'Jrllllld: see it. Price,25 cents. Full directions tccompaoj <; Tt
PRATORIUS & CLARK EXTERMINATOR," at the Corner Urn:* Store .It MIX CO\\ MAN.TalI.ihas.eXTFfb.ai. bntlt. Prepared only by
-0- *Have now in Store a Full Assortment of vDrillings HAVE formed a co-partnership the practice of ; 1 If'.fI I. -'-tf CIIUKCII & DITOXT
K
of .J. GRFCORY:( & CO.
I TilE subscriber having purchased the interest of and will attend to professional bt.si- _____ 5. IL'
:i late DAVID E HULL in the -- l their No. 403 DruaJr j,
Carriage, nl'ioM entrusted to care.
Cloths ]) !;aCf\Snlith! YJoticC.q'IIF Uy AMES & '."U.Y, T.II.1b3u e. .IWL'-
t S.d.1Ier1and Harness business so long kopt by him. ; Citrate of Magnesia. May 13; ':s 21 I ;
w..ulJ inrorm the mli.ihit.', ,tsot Leonandajj HjHct.ible 1 Jruzgists I thnui'liout tbe eo.iitrt
respectfully : tJCasslmers ---- ---- It.! -k ".i 1 I-i !jS j- _
isinsj etuntieK thtt Ii.- will continue She l"i -I : ; / Karsailea S 'T IIIS pofuiar .Tid ddjlll Aptrirnt'u '" mnnufic- 2VEocllc KTotlco. -L n'tem ;.tl ;.I-.1': "'.HU.!lies t -? ''t March 13. 'SO. 13-1-W

fleas in all its brancir! At the oJ! stand, vthere mat I : I 1 J- torch in small <|\Uintilifs at i :inc so as to bt'al. J. n. TA YLUIt. J. N. BOND. will! I e cute. I .n .1- f'l'T NEW ESTABTJSHMENT.rr .

be found at all times. w \t fresh. Seltzer Aperient, S>!a and Seidlitz 'her,
DRS. TAYLOR & BOND **
lltxkaiDuyt. Buyriics Road Wapon, Smhllct, Vestlngz : : Vestings, J Powders, frr>l h ; Compound S. rup of the Phosphates associated in the practice of Medicine. : STAND bv the ii-il. r /.J1t. { '" JL and undersigned the public generally respect fatly that informs be has bn IK* iblicM

Itprness, Bridle, JI7/i/, Trunks I or Cllt'lnlcal0001. __ HAVE at the Old Stand of Dr. Taj lor. : sijned, who return1 ln" 16 Retired from Business, eartdat
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:. and Machine Belting Spring t Nf'f) \\ &c. Tallahassee, February 8, 1859. 7 thanks for and solicit a' f nor
I Coating! .c.;: ROCK SALT FOR STOCK. continuation of the pub- .
c Of erery Y3r eII. And in f4ctevety article usually -- -- lnril'Hure .- GONE TO HARPER'S FERRY
I Uc
kept in feuchaii estaWiihmeat and he hopes by at prtron.igo _5_
; HANCKEL TUNNO & KOWELL
I Sot has h*
trntion to the intercuts of Irs: customers to merit a KEROSENE LAMPS ; toO liberally extepned. any
Which they are prepared to Manufacture to Order .July I. 185!). 31 I 0: C. Intention of Going to Texas
____ LSnI
FACTORS
routinniQce of the ;patrol' aje so liberally bestowed Fitted with the most upjroredfluruers. i : : : I
t predecessor. J. E. PURDY.( at the Sboitett notice and in the, Afoul Fashionable I !hut tlut Ie will! fully rc ja.e tbe
upon A ND (
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-
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Also extensive aortrnei.t of Notice to Farmers.
manner. an I
Th subscriber would sun infunn hit friends and : : Blacksnithlnff Easiness
tncral[ (Commission --i2
fllcrcljantffXORTII > UCIe
.. the public, that lie stiil continue the Agency of the :Ueu and YoiHIiNFURNISHING Cloll.hlg, Burning Fluid, I T HAVE now employed an A" .. branches,
in all its nrio.
-
well known and justly celebrated Wheeler& Wilson AND \ COMMERCIAL WHARF, JL No. I Firmer' It:acknnitlifor .

i sewing Machines. GOODS. KIROSI\C: .AM r,4iu) OILS. C. .'. IIAXCKLL, 1 the purpose of eectJmmod&tiDg f-'VBillt*-. I one month from this date. Ill. Hop iS fronn
Sf'pt.20. I85l. 39 All for RAle at the lowri-t living puces. They respectfully farmer who liberally me 200 r.it the Pott-edk. Ii" IIJ
I patrons so patronized street, opposite
( noiicit a call from t'teir' eld tnt n,11i and'customer :BI J1E 1Riu: : :'Er P L \.\ M. TtTXNO: r> Charleston, S. ft. heretofore my and I am now prepared to do any and all rear of Mr. Zuker' Harness Shop. when b.'f 01
-it their old stand opposite the Marine Bank M. R. TUX.NO,
'BLACKSMITHING.nnilR kind of work in the Black-smithing line mido out of to crrry on the bo iness a. it should b" .IuD"iag
-- -- --- ----- -- ---
x SUBSCRIBER gives notice that he has Agency. f:. 1-. NOWELL, J JIX Iron or Steel. II. 'B. MTTS. grateful! for the liberal patronage hewh*" S IB

JL opened his BLACKSMITH SHOP pin in jy. We are receiving new goods monthly. Expected to Arrive Soon. -:0- July 31,1860. 323mBlacksmith tended to him, he would rcspectfiily iolicit.r! j

connection with his LitEs$ STABLU where be will M.I oh 27, 1860._14_ /-I ONGH I'.SS WATER : A large and well (.lcct- the absence of one of our firm Messrs. D. C.VILlOII vance of the same, hoping by his ova per" .lee.r.

Vare done all kiu& of PUuiaUmi and Carriage work. \.) c.l: stock (Twth and Hair Uruihts Paint, Var- & Sos of Ta'lahassee! Fla., will represent I I--- Notice. fort and prompt attention,to render''. !. "Ul
't -AI.SObllor..SE NEW GOODS. nibh and 'NMiite-wflih liruslus ; A compete stock of an, receive and advance upon all Cotton design I lion. H. B-liu .

S SHOEING in the very beet -: :- utensils for llramin Porte Monuics, \ivliu String cd for us. I rT undersigned bas purchased of April 23. 18&0. iS-tf 1!FTi' "W1 --
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use JOSEPH WEBER
work Jone wid every dispatch. and I ON TilE 31, '60. 6 Charleston, C. littl '* Machines for Upsetting Tiers,: PQsi'5fEL I A''u.
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customers. :EL. :13. G-.Ar'yIDLE Band and Axles, \hereby ,rendering COMMISSION
. MERCHANT TAILOR WILK. CALL, '. W.BREVARDJR. him able of Shrinking Tires neater and i iCr ct.
P. B. BROKA'bS.Jansary I 01 Pordra
EXPECTED DAILY. better than could be done heretofore.
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Oarriaf;. -Bu ifand; Harness, ReadyMade Clothing ,I Sajce: Piclsled lobsters, .ttcr1Io3rH a1 La"'CV, >z this kind of work don with neatness and du- Atigtri
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tAD : Frenh li lobsters Fresh Sjlmjii, Fre.h Mackerel TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. pitch at the new Black-smith/ Shop of -
FOR 6A.tr. BY CCNTLEMRN'S Pulled Onions, Prunes Dates, Andrrvon'a Soiace, HAVING associated themselves in the practice of July 31.1660. 32-3m H. B. FITT3. H. RoTOItS.Esq, 1\ (
p. B. BROKAW. offer their professional services to tbe J.O. AHBKCSON, 1 l T.lbb.a'e,
Suu f. W t lIlc 1u
> TUB Subscriber li.j jurt received a Famishing Goods S Tobacco aid Maeabny terpriH Oil ,Rose public. They will practice in the Circuit Court of NEW BLA KSMIrIIS THOI.J. PIIEIII: & Cor;f
OstiU Transparent Soap ; Sperm ,a pire article -
I'I large supply of Carriages, for in Machines. the Middle Di&rictthe, Supreme Court and District V U.c. Lewis. J { !
r Buggies And harness which he offers Tallahassee Fla. tew ? Court of the United Stales at Tallahassee. SElOP.: GISSOH & Ihul..Q illfY.Dallu. -

(oranl on the most reasonable terms. t3f_Office in Rutgers* new building over the South THE SUBSCRIBER ha*remc ed his Blacksmith, & PAL.It,"IOIltlct'II"! i, Lt
.v.28 1854. THE Subscriber is now receiving at his store next WHEELER'S I ORIENTAL LOTION, for re Western Rail Road Bank. "IIESUY HICKS. McN-a St Of*P:u, Newport l.
-- I R. H. Uerry's Auction Room, a well-selected Son-Burn. Freckles, Pimples, Jan. 31t IS(. 4-tf from the Monroe House to the shop adjoining that Bt.ult & DURA.la Merle. "
GREAT SOUTHERN INVENTIOX.0 stock ufSPRING& SUMMER GOODS.ni blll for and ali eruption of the Skin. For sale at the Corner
af the old and well known Carriage Shop of Mr. E. J.MU F.UlI.K.v..t.> .
: Qentlem QS> Wear, Diu; Store by -J. R.-GRKGQRY & CO. HENRY L. RUTGERS B CLAIK. opposite Mesuirs.Ilopkine and Mtgionisi', SMALLWOOD, EAIUL & Co., IS.. forllR.ALr i
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: Q m 5* LLO'YX8 Consisting in part of- ETEMSTREET tt CO.'S INIMITABLE.HAIRLl MERCHANT. where he b now prepared to perform all work, including i POST f fN
COMMISSION HORSE-SIUJELNU &c intrusted hischsrge *! French and English Cloths Oapalaeres to y.mbr.r 23.
: FATEXT SOUTHKRiy PLO}. COLORING warranted to restore Lair
prey
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. ,ia the but manner and despatch.JOSEPH .
--- and Vestings. to its original color, at the Corner Drug S*>re. .A..T005'I.. to
Patented Dec. 27lh, 1859.WE of the latest styre and best quality, which he i is prepared J. R. GREGORY CO. LIBERAL advsneesmnde on Cotton'or Tobacco '. II. ALSTON. CO. ;
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\ call the attrition of the public to our pew tashicuaUt Banner and on reasonable terms. f&- SIGHT EXCHANGE_ NEW YORK in Fisk'j Patent oB". '.? their large Sioek of-* .J
- Plow, feeling satisfied that it is the most Also a jr.uerl assortment of Aromatic Tonio Bitters urns to suit p-nrcbiutr II.L.R Hetalic Burial Cases. ARE GOODS AT COST.ORG.NDTE.JACONET& .eollS"*gj .

;- 0onvenieut, valuable and economical PLOW yetinvcn- ..'-_. CJ1.oth.J.1g. rI1IIESE invaluable BITTERS are a great Ra Sept 7n '58 37IMC. BER4GUpINEAppLE'rIsUBSandSU it .

: ted, aoij must when it has bee tried, sopercede all Black and Fancy Silk Cravat and Ties; Shirts; JL sToatm in all cases of Debility; incident to a ,

: t] utber This iJ the Ojjiuioo of experienced planters Merino,Silk and Cotton UDcler'lhirta; Collars ; Half warm climat, persons who are recovering from sickness Ch.a& Vyost. They invite attention. ofpuieW1*
t wht>have ejaoaioed it. We are prepared to seW pa. Ho.; Giov* ; &c. Ac.pylle will find them an excellent Tonic. Those laboring DKAtIR IS" -- -. June 19.1860. .... 2G .

,1 tau aDd sell the special utrntioo of the public that wo.M tau this method returning thanks under Dvsrcrsu and IsMotsTjow will find them 6rarttiu a-nb' rsizits hntf !! Rosewood Finished '
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t'' thesis wishing may c cn/c them coon. The PLOWc to his old customers for the liberal patronage heretofore Advantageous, taken an hour or so before meat, ,ia ::riR ;; !
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t .iiWflfcf en* -paces very MXWI tJ'r'A g ntt'tp to bus-ness: to merit a coyiianance of the MRP. all c.t>es where ttimuUnta are required. : A LL.rderacoomPaik1JJthe i CASH.' .s will.. ,meet. A-surPL( 'an *ia* kept c U/on bad, j. : 'JfB1tCH.J/i'"
I \\ J: ;r '- RON b5f; & LLOYD. I JOSEPH.WEBER. rOt vjle at fl.c C Tner Drug Store. 1. with; prompt attiimtio.: -. ) .. NoW' T.i. RAWLS.UadertakcjJ :. lIIu.JM8ept. If, ISjS., IIT.du.

,'tt10-S0: t-tl March SO, ,8Sf. 13 J. R: GREGORY &' CO. February 14. ,J860. 9- :: ,5 ."- |r 5 :' _.. .0 s" .' I }

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