The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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Apostate's Tr .
.. :'SHHJ: r. : RCa.A TS" : iihasseo and Pen. & Geo.RAILROADS. SAVANNAH GEO. : I Jloribtait! anir il I The desertion of the Democracy*clierj- I:I for that Mr. Blair admitttd, some time

S. ;.\ i'. r. I Till; -=S l'\L 6K86ION OF LtCTUHKb: ** '1 !! by Stephen A Douglas, after all that party I go, in a letter, that be had- received tie

,. I I W. K B..AIB. the abo\c laotitution! will comincucc ou Mun- has done party f message above alluded to and that he did
4Jv. the 5tl day ,(Noveuber f for him, was .in act of bad faith I
J.ur: u,'. -.>. i next. j TALLAHASSEE : have the interview; with

; .' ". ._ :-h' .I.( \* .to. ;ftrr Mod!.%. Jtly 4. IVQ, lulL' "I\1 K4 n..hcliwin.ry ol October.Lecture eU.ll. W'U b _, run aj folio, to turn his back him but WM us
-- i upon ; when to
nal' L. RfT.ERS, j Leave Mad:6oa; .. .. ., 6.00 A..il.Ar i) E. L. BYRD. M. D rACULTY, Profciaor of :th.s Stturda t October 13, 1F60.DlUCUA this desertion i.s sujKradded the tresrhery ,/'I said and done bccauc: the interview vras '
Principle aad somewhat
I I I'U4 MERCHANT. .vcat T h..blteo..10.W I I Practice of Mcdiciue.HU1IG j of factual betrayal his conduct berr>mp fcriminal. f private one,and Leldin Judge
Lre Moat:f> i.. ."f.f
zi utereore
\\silF:. FI.OnID.\. Arrive !& TftJUtacsve.1000LMVC I anI -
VI[ fn.-I iii C..,.. tt 1'\Ib.t." I T Ualia8eo.. .....,...1\.1 .. A M. LLAUtJiS, M. D.. Prof of Pij siologj and PathFIUJ&LI.V I FOR Piist1)RNT.' I That Judge Douglas I planned hh present I willing to *ay anything abctll it, without S

.. 'I- 'n .\. "'Y"r:.. ArriTe St. MirLe. I DOZIEK, >L tt, Frot Matcrta M dc. I betrayal a. far ha'k'J the Lecornpton j Judge Douglas consent. Mr. Blair admits
Leave: fct. : ., J.W P. ILArri I IIO.V. controversv -
JOHN that he
I and Therapeutics C riE'riNllhIG"( : Wrote the letter above
: a: ;
I\; c.(1! iu Talliliaaecc. can be spoken of
e at i.40 I i now
1 :.' ILL. K L'Q Tall&hu fle. .. .... ... .. S.W IF.U1at.olC'y.W. a.! UCMiUNC, M. D., ProC of Surgery ad 0' ICaTCy. I the testimony of Senators positively to whom proven the bv. j to Gratz Brown. ii

J: Arrive at MouticeUo. i..ZiQ *' j w. L. BISCIIOKF M. D. I I I i I Dtmowata Missouri what
Pro of Ctcmi.tn.G. t.L Gnable say to
was actually-
.1:3.r.: S. {O.Li.\ f 1 Arrire Leave TaU.u Muitfon t *sce.. 3.00 7.W i. '1KOUP MAXWELL, M.D., Prof of o'bi etrl,8t FOrt vzcErRrclDrNT I : I U c transfer{preposition to our columns friyn made thebt.Louu" I this? Can you truit a in.ia who Las aeteiI
i a4 Disease of Women and Children ,
: i 3BsstIlar < t yato Coaa O.tl06 with FOCI C4.I1Ir6 at Moutioello! ec-1 ;1': T. }"Eel Y. M. D., LuierituB Prot of ChtmiltfY.I GK.Y. JS:) PH LANE, I Daily: Bulletin," cf September10th ) I r trtacheroufciy, not only towards the

: : : .J %a-1ti! jt.: !t MUion fey Ls ke City ;;d \'i1c1Q.i.i.i I i \. U. T\LI.1FEhRO. )t. D., ProC of Mattria Medic OF the positive and I I party which has honored him with its most
.: vn;1.r.:. FLOKIJcFO .. ; *nd froai \uio6ta l>7 RJ read tu tvaii.Coeti3g | II. STEEL, .1. I).. Emeritus Prof Obstetric*. Olro0 I unimpeached testimony i dtSt1nguWjedqjj05 Clnt.I
r',' ( 1.too'" n.. i 1 tt ?. Marks* wit ta"c to anJ from !, :!. D. MOONEY. 'I. D., Curator of Mu4CU1fl.laiy Senator Trumbull, of Illinois, to but to the j :
9 > ><>-oi; anUwitUthe Vae! ot Mail filcjmcr betv j' CUuical Lectures at the College by the ProtfMora,4ud r>K PRE3IDBNTIAL ELECTOR'S' : whom the proposition was made. I dug people! of the South, whose} favor he .

,en Nev Orlcaca, Key VN.t aud CoLa, Aud iptcrcxxjiate ( twice a neck by the 8t'anij.; Pb>ei- Eatl \ Let courted with unceasing and
WI.TONNiaaf.s ) C.\LT..ofXa."sau. Democrats disgusting
who have esteemed as-
point oa the Gulf, qa (bcirtay to KevW ; cisca of the Sawaaniii llo iiialFOUNDATION.. : J' j him siduity until he

.- -:J\ A' c lr) .\; EI.I.on1'() LAW.. itt ou the 17th, tad -nil or.ora of eacu uu/utk, .. 29th. I Iw1nu North
Nor Orieaut <-o tfiu o4 "fJP'r'
J tu was beginning
; AIT i \.11 \*SEI fL.r .\. Young Men of pood moral character whoio pee I rallkhn.ECst extract from the Bulletin and reflect to
St .A.LnnXA'tt.
The Tralu wlU not rvn cu bosda e rcn Ainri .V 1.\l'h'! nru" '. C. t. W. iF.kN.jtesi.tant l'
e.'r. ; iql' I 'nominal ional dietin iou.) preparing Missionary _J iME GETTIS of lIiII-boroubh.I Republican ranks: a second ilarthi VaiiBuron. Mr. Douglas will not dare to aeny0 uifeo* t

. _._ u_ IjMy._ j j I 17 1t 30Albany 8petLttidet.Jt1y { of Labors(hi* 1'ouudatioD.are Lcrvby kindly This iaited privilege to avail"ill th not<.meeh be restrict 'coI I Middle- '. lI.AIiTCiir.LL of Ma.lison. What! interests, cither of the Union -'I charges. They can be established by the I

T. W. BRBVARD.JP. I, cl to t W State of Georgia; but will bceitendedtu Hr s? DitLAt JORDAN, "f! licambia. or the South, will be served by supporting testimony of too many credible witnesses.It j
li.I & Inn .utJ KnU.lton.
. t A ulf C'outral oil;uv Kottteru buu-f. ? None wht.tever-Vugiu-! but the other day that Anson Bur- i
nt x.a.'C'U L<.\e S*\&ouaL. . ". . 015 .. M.irrivcat : tat.8taTANTS : Douglos was
" n.Os.-nOYB catuoESj : Democrats cannot follow him into the lingame reiterated them in Maine, adding : 1 -
: Valdo.U. 5.Ki J' M. in
I \ ; ;. .;r.. } !.":iI1.\. Tecs for Full Couree of Levtaree..11(15 East1 I. ;RAIIAM. of Lc\ \. I II
I ',..i (Junior!vrc I- f IS- pntlL'I"! f Lcie Vadta..U'.M l IO..1.1'. >M.TUe L. j l.Iow.Huwr'. }Kw. .. .. .. .. ... 10 J. L. ?ATUM, of )Ionn/. ranks of Black Republicanism. Let them ; further tha$ Mr. Donga3! had, during hu :
; Arrive at ;aauoh .. .. .... 5 abandon the treacherous late visit to Boston satisfied him of hi,
I i r '<.a'1ul! i-n ..4 &..tllC' M-iriculatiuo: Fee (-'lid. onc'> ..Iatlhc.n therefore apostate ,
':.::>|l'r', in tltr C'lCJi': <:CHlr.. l Traiu arrh ir at havaiiiiali ,t li-Vi coimcctaitj UM F)11'lowz F''>.. .. .. . . . .. . SO Jfiddlt-HICI.JtD 1hAD FO 111',"(11 I present antipathy to the shveholding Stated,
> tee Train on tee C. K. K.. iKrarticg at r.M I hit? last CU* kjdVci.rtttcu'tthu froUl ftfn 'outUeru H'e / Is*AC WELCH of \ :lItol1.To .
; : :li- Saprcmf Courl .&J IV:.trsctVVCS .. ,aay.\) and 11.10 r. M., ini Ut.) blaU-f. (aud WA the lirtcet cvt-r asciubKxl 2 in (From the St. LouU Dally BaI1*lll. Sept 10.1] i I and to the institution of slavery.j .
-.1 TV.ll: } ._. The kihcJule ou thi road ia arranged 10 as to con- at the readers consider thcAO : C
whom Journal Developments.Jmlie
; SaxauuaU ) of tvruty-ODc gravitated Patrouaof the Floridian &: Startling I'Ve beg our to
i .t'rM' ne' bll1jjJt1g, .trttt 1ItLI !'<*"t ,iti! toe IVn. & <.co. by btacc truj Madi&ou I ta 'i irib Ci'iimcuceuitut. the I'otuaasterw.it j
I; ;.: ; \'l.l. !a. lies lay Lie i xo-jte j,ajsccfr* l 1..4\iul' the Tor further: inl ruj4tion apiily t'frfonally, or byletur trill'lOrR at the e!tbll-h"nt. eeviJrucc \' :; DoiHjlis' Tre'fhtrii .EpORl'd&flItr -, facts well. They may rely upon the truth
1_.: i TaiU'jJ *f\t D|pot at 3 P. M. iifl rcaclj tivaunaliJptit to 11 L. DIm t. M. P.. Diau the ol l IOM ImlebU'nei-cf 1 18 dc-troyed 1 hr .crt' ttonHanrt. ( 7h.itibu'l (m t fit Stand. of them. Most of them have been charged

-- ----- -- j day J l.> :.:. I' S'u. WJ Druu:htou t-tr kt.OI.K I d.c 6S -tUe IfrJ e min- .;r inciny rar., 11 tUw Trumbull Mr. Douglas colleague Mr. Dough again and again, and he
4 ror: "AIC'. I JAtPEK J rVLTOy, Sup'Lj | DU>. the )l.t; ba\ llvateHIt wercmourhAnd.rouU oou itlioit treat jnromjnienre -' Judge upon
''''''''' j 1-!.31. ISO) C- -tfFULTON 1, IwX. .-:iukUniversity ; but we Colt -rePiit "" acconntt n. !ymlUU in the Senate of the United States, a gen- has not ventured to deny them.

...: & Amak' ;: __ ___ I dt4toia.itu'ter V,fiatexcttKc ou tie rctolleetlou nay i emit of t-h-xll thnee be who rOI.I1'r..d!are our 1& I tleman of unquestionable integrity and un- --

; ':',:>-j M-O: COUNSELLORS AT LAW, i FOUNDRY; of Lonlsiana.I fullncqulttsme. all w. a!'j!"huhof<'a'lo' them all oilier to rt*ltOlid, wUn without Ue imiicachable) veracity, made a speech in J3? We have only to say to Mr. Douglas

I ..'.. FfariJa, i TALLAHAbbEE, FLA., I DEl'AUTMENT. Iin1.lIcDll'dtla>. troD Sunlv lay ftc 1.1 i"tlmapnKil 1& toVC I Illinois the other day. "When he was about that when he undertakes to coerce, as

ANNrALfOUHc-E Or-I.KCTt'RE8 in lliUI t could be d!ha if FOil lb.tl'"would furni.h n* with stand XI.. Kirkpatrick, alireckir.ridgt Lincoln's lieutenant, the sovereign SUtf-
.r -*\>\ 'r-hip j in the pr.-t'b* ofi JOHN CARDY, Proprietor nIt ,, tint iwetue oflice and ub- to take the ,
II '.r.'tonni..' piofttiiciiBl bullM |! TEAM EK'tlNES from C to S.> 1kribwJt o Power, I J. 11i.2zCtiueut. l'tO.aual! will willcou-.tncij'x UjriDiiiati iulL ou.Mi-.djy.:iwuiiisiManU.I.UMrSJ NJVCUJ. iViUTthi! cl!-tf" :ar. invited to ,"nd their own nan, of.. man, rose and said : of the South, the gallows of John Brown
!I.a I nefeuant
b .','. O toorlcr, of Uic bcsi uaivrial :cJ -*,orkiiiaalijp -: NL*. M II. 1'r.Jf nt "r..tkc! or {cdidnl'. h'-ir"irt tiatr jl: rrlpt .n-Ana. <""I.,')""Ibe Jid rimof!. .: tI t'f.m"* WILY rrcrlIect I' "Judge Trumbull, I desire to ask'you will be re-erected' and he may find himself

I : :c :. : | a;J s a cbeaj- as (J3 j'uri.liJM.1: : iu N 1ork. : J. L. KIDDKLL.: M. !>.. ""'.. ofthotniMr: j or l-c ::u Lue.eion of- question, for the of inlcrmation. .pendant therefrom.
Ni-nbera ,Ld laid di"n iu }1r.1ij.t11c I a purpose
acv citj MONL M. !1', 1'ruf. ol Min-r
', ;I : \ ( !!.I\\IG i : CU.\1 P 1X\ Y. 1 i J.r toi bun"Mills.! LIB (itirir: : &cuctlLy i.'. .W.VKKrN 1 U. O.NA>. M t. II. 1'ru'of(lt'tritiOL'sTAMS y -. ----- -- OEo.v. and I don't wish to interrupt you while John h Brown began the coercing i process

, -: oa Laud l'R MILLIE frooi 1tJ I,111.L A. >UTT, >L L., 1'rvf. of Mtiria TilE 'rltJY.AW.KhUURV spealcingyill permit me to ask it which Mr. Douglas i is to perfect under the
i, I'UMTOIID.! b i1.d... iu duet al&u uu btijJ or wJdc t. Mc-'U '. :IZA lo:.-3Ir. llyrace Grcely deliver I : you' i Presidency of Mr. Lincoln, and the people

orctr.houic. T.'(i. KICHAKDM/X. M. D.. Prof of_\U IUUl in the 7W'c! at UOH h'Judii .
cdl. their handiwork
.. l-lv -C''arl'et /11 jiiitiJul L..4ttIi$ of 1RO> KO.IL1NG fvrGr 1.. M. LA\\OX. }t.lJ.. Prof of Clloira] }h-idUG. ed a :|' reported Wide-Awake Trumlmll Yes, sir. j of Virginia have not forgot
r .w av Yard .\c TIIDMAti( 1I1\T.\1. li.. Prut of HiVBlolut' and I the deiliail'u'ii of the New dr.' see from the speech j in tiis execution. This doctrine cf

JOlll iN'; WOKS cf L1I" riptions ciccatcd"liJ* 1 I'J.tlll.lo,.. Hall, in New York, oa the loth inst. Mr. 'KirkJ':1trick-u the sovereign States though old and
I the time of i coercing ,
'lSl .ulta1-$1OOvIOOO : DfI8tU.sd i!:i'atci.! All urd .r.addrt* .rt to Jo:u 1 S. i:. CU.\\LLE. M. W. I DcmoDBtnitors of Aaati WUe-Awake: of Judge Ivellogg, that at
r .-.._ ('.:Jy TiU3l :as-c*. H.-riiU. wiLl be i-ronirtly attmdwl ;, \v. C. MC110LS, '1. D., i tn>' (;rtdt-s I-!'l.tks of the orgauizitioit attempted p.tgb of the Lecompton Constitution familiar at the North, is new and unaccustomed -

I', \" !S .\SII" \'L\G 11\ to >?-n:1. !S C'. ll.I The l Kooim for Uuscctiu will bt. open on the 'Jad :follow! t> : through Congress, Mr. Douglas to the people of the South. John

j.; 1 ;:IHl'rU- I -0-- '. MonJa- OCt ibtT.: I I It had lion nuu-h iatertstcd in the Covode Republican member }Floyd when Governor of Virginia, caused
\ Mr. a
and callul
Notice.HAVTVftpurcha4 Tbc faculty lire VUhing Phjeiciann Sur.jeoa on ,
Special lirsll'or f
T 1 )> T'lE!: rf.\Z\Illa. i! bnil \VMe-Awakf nvneiiK'iit from th' and Gecl. Jackson to know that Virginia would
cf tbe ( v Ho-i'ital. of from Pennsylvania,
Carjv Congress
>:': f111)) I IIU: IA\V OF l iL tntcrwi: ot' Jufjb I The btudcdts 1IoUllauthe Prof>*hors ia thtir the lack of the Iti-pnbJican, party has I tolerate it and Mr. Douglas will find
,'uu.|r>, a- >l tll J< ail vcitiict.-'- great : him to co to and get you to agree not ,
, requested
Mrr :; \Tii sh 'dLLc cv'ai.,' ru tt. i Im'ln ..a "m!) tt.-IIL'r iv (' \leb.: aud frt'C of. v'ipcBtr, iryoj c.l.trlOrwar.y r.I'\' been pnu-tieal active \\mViiii; mui. This Mr. you hottld be returned I his new roh one of no little difficult).
< ..\\!s. Aupjit, will le>tc (..tlle ti i cf.I ..\finent that he, Douglas
'Jucie-l ii 1;" 'lU e 'lPrc1iithur (1..ln.'erel the nuM hopeful political! m< I has fully and fairly, and
tLe Lecturis Mr.
.. I ) lo Ct'urse. wlll.Lt wa- i\n'\ Senate by the Republicans: cf Illini Douglas
" r i 1.. .r. anJ -i i< nv.iU4. Il'l"'UI1iu.'. *u!. tUvjr attouut* tit the Hot 'j tl. troiulUr The be- to
daily i ia tbo AUJJ tuhnirc ] of this wen are boldly and defiantly. precJumed -
ARy yoxinjj i
W- country. thereof he we must
2SLs < and in -ediration say
7 autlMintr i to ( woulrll
:: lkt tclubtr, t>: Cii-uu l Mctiioiuc! > and it > -,
---- --- .Jmcary T, 1-X:?. -ly ______ am! othtr tiblctts rithout coy ihar'c' to .Iwit-.clio. iuiunpr to feel 1 their trn: )power the Republican battles in 18CO. his purp0"H'3 own election he sees
fight A
.,;; Q-ztU1., --- --- THOMAS' T. .. D.. Dean -howt. them \\ hat they arc able to do for to by Mr. Covode -I to l>c impossible ; he knows he will not receive
'.'' -I. .', ; MILsAs 4 CO., TU AdRiluiiirain of hu 'I'drity H.jiital .kfJd this as inm7y. -. this message conveyed you electoral eta State
It? their lIe /u' on make the vote tingle ;
i country.
Provisions. DLLLIs i.-!* tie .. innually. inI.ri1| touru-iu K '.idtrl tudiutilu -, and if aye, what reply did you I il
( tit ('//a4S and New
:" I ) ; MEDICINES &c. > -rt ruontoiucit I., the ;utitution. :lltrati"1 a It-tie n.ilitarl'llorclltf ?" he has Ktumped England

.vii DRUGS, Nc Y-jrk. 'uV, R. H i :Cl' _1. l" '. :1 :UlI ...."/ It i i. time that the free men thereto" J J ud"e Tm "i'.lt-Mr. Covode has told I York, not agaiiibt the powerful and dominant .
T i ed from ; v.
Tt > rt >
( OcE1i 8 in General.R 1 f J I.wt.kl fc'i:\tr-.l Oe sr.ttucrt i* inivl't Us: itirJl.nc. I For Sale! it f thi." country had learned to protect ouoc? that he came to me at that time I II party in those States-against the

1 r,, alii.. Ujd Jt Itr.1.l ,_ Hi.ii. Our arn. i U composed mo the he utters no word of objection
4'; .1 i ; 'r- c.r *w\i\ u. tnl of *! .. tl"":=: AM j LOT on Moaroc ttrtrt. now thul1 tln:6. itanjujif y I lor the pn-pi!c of delivering message Republican party
1lL".J. ttli cl rrplIE .J In ,
I \\blt..lc'1'i, L': ASvl! nLrj: i. ; V Ifroki'- E-o. mosth foreigners, and oflic p the matter to me, --but against his last associates of
U. BER\V. ten ','.1-1. r_., B._.- .V",. b. --.I'.lrl. ] X occuplua t j 1' he but before mentioning
r IX and wanta1 -
MustarJ. rrej''n tr.-.o. ? >t.rv U. 1IEGINXIS"J \ tiot' oi-JvtrwM-atic maiiiK-r, denunciations I I the Democrotic he leveled all the
Ut1ur LotiaiH violent party
ANT'' ( 'iIIo I I1n j : .'. found from mv
U.V.HI 1 % 1
j tu ;>
K Lui t3 'o.- '
i lor tu.fiMr..1I'IUI'( *'*" SI' 'VF |) v. --- to see this ruriACfd( ('!t i'1' r. I deaa make invectives which disappointment and ehacrrin -
W t; K C I! .t .V}'o' b.tJ IE***, n'.iuce.: : r'.ni':'70U lisrk 1 iji 1 E'tr...trt"u and !IH sY-ecti/tdrul'infcry "/..iiflry /- Judge Dciualar ttat; U witS u to

.' .._.- h ". i I. ::.. oJ.*. j'vrnp.hu. --- aouc but tin-Irtet aad I of country that line I.I' I. create division and diord to break \
1?Jl.ill'c Uoef. : Nci not (i'\cred t it to me. up
Chit-B. J.\4.7 oa"t, (1'i.fnt: : .at..fl.zt. : Hi'-Cl:!\Eu. ,jK-r rrtti.l nrrii-iU fruiu when Got f'nHwnt neul? a half a million:] of j I'
: erli r South her
of the
tTH. : t J : jvur UAV'tl the unity only hope against -
-- DBAltKT" t '- i 'Ht 'S v \ h.t ( '. a al.j( !, iiJi-l J *...rlfncnt of k-t her trill for them ; with the sattieItOflay I )Ir. il'kpltrick-One more question.
IJ men, Was Douglasat that time, an appli- 1 1I the aggression of the North. His
WARE Judge
j M1It. .j). ls-3 PLATED {
AND that an army -
::::' Jr.tr uisinn5 6rnnal11.' I ; SILVER "r aud the same p-o peet art for admission to the Republican party peechcs and candidacy are help to Liu-
P.B.BROKAVVSfillVERY 1 t '1\51"fSG \ need flO"laniting
:; tUI".killlt.I.t. Siitci! now have aHwe ftuon: I consideration the one side being coin ; and he is the most efficient aid tr-
J" the on
F..! K..IIK, l"-J.f! for ,
: 11. I .'.?I1 iflL.t i : He felt more hope
S ; .y SALE STABLESf1LL.IJfiEL arlu) could have
\ incj'fe.iti that
;:: AND ,' flal'< I that the Republicans of Illinois should re- Black Republicans they

:; V.' Tt:OH. ?; FL.., Fi..t (;riinanf ,h. r I'htltl! 'J 1'.'-i Stjt Ice l'itc.tr: ,, : this organisation bt-can it ctmJrithe him to the Senate of the United States, selected.
8AIL cri- turn
5 ill
&c -
: Cii2lpativk I '
: ___ Cii..t..U. I aid have Liberty
I -- ..Ul"'IE :- C.'t U..k..s.. Ear young mun, they and the other that he would fight the The future Aid-de-Camp of Lincoln ha.1 f
irxxo & xoviiiJ.FACTORS )\\ 'P11LT'1'; aI.L&1L hf..r"1 Me (rice. OUI JI: Tine :%.'.!tl uf ,l, "-lrv ii. C.IM, Hit () rt
; in
/: : i :. I'uWv..tl.it 'h<- Iu- rr'-u-'i'! US Lu i'KRIi;. j liu-j; t.j;tr UiiijH, \c.. &e. The work of the revolution was Republican battles 1860 I
i : !.; M l uit I.. ou'l I- 111.l rL,ircd t<' ALSO j great Judge Trumbull had intercourse( that "Souattcr Sovereignty is a
11 believd
1 AliL :S at m. and lie -
: oiuTdvti&ttr bin fI o uil-\ ;(!'1 ru.luuiorHe -.. ; T..!. anal Piw A > C all, has atl.\-\f-d' !I''!Suil! *a pji td RL.tCKisMUHHiul P*icl4. e"!*. \\ 11.1". \V41! ('ulwr". Mt.trfcvhauni <- the time would I yet come when tfiii iforA1iconl't the which ,

ti.; ..ui vSommigsion Illrrcljanlo. *. vhero rwill tuvoduoi airisRc all kloJ: won c t 1"1".n.:1| rupply t-f tliuli ; }Ije fully accoH'jdish'.d; awl ma-i If. j equently can only hlate reports CoxFir>r.>T.-The Bell men have caught
!' :!. fiXXERf'lAL W1IA It F', flanuijon. Utt. f'.:. tc H">:.'(::''I1Ot1n/au"r ij'l with i itt I rUIIiSW t <:rni: tit I I.at.iti.iF.Ld1O.Y M\Er.SACOlMAX.Fi'l'-u-co I' filial to his Ifblhir man t--eryvhcre, and I' came to me through others.that} such It was reported the i the '' bombastic" from the Douglasites, and I
j in tbt'r} : at that time, was '
i : he to me
> his belief in the
In variety
.. 1< r>itiihX. ju>tit-e and: right prevail. ,vie with those cheerful patriots
. ItL '' : .'.. ; .'.. Iv.V u! __ J.ni3.Ia. _. 21 fact and such appeared to be he universal
\ I"'r -- --u. .. :_- bid them God tpeed in their work. I volume, and absurdity of the severaliases
--- I
;'?' .t. S, C. -- --- understanding. the Republicans atWashington.
; :. : .z.- Invention BLACKSMITHING.1'Plin -V- among introduced by them into the campaign. : .
.t' (\ r Great Southern i I I will state another fact : t tI
; : xPBSCPJP.EK" ( Il'!*<.! n<.t.tt; ; hint If ladS ;) BIn OF .\ RATTLESNAKE: CURED IN TWO of best i For i instance, that vast g3 ometer.
"f.L. ,
n. r Jt'LLOYIVS..PATENT r-I.VKSUmi, : SHOP! again iiiaonfl.etI".t publishes -! almost quarreled with some my Courier off the fallowing :
th'n.'r "I .. .f .Cf t.rm.r" ROM Y oix-iu-,1 I lot: .-The Petersburg Express this mat \ the Boston gets
TI .-.11 ::'. ,iih lr. l.iimv Si ArL'M. uire! be will Republican friends in regard to that the
\ : i. f \:1L1f'04'e, ., n'r PLOW. : the following from a reliable conc-lJOn" We see no reason to doubt
J '' SOUTHERN r'.iiuiiiinu! nJ Curiitj: 1o w. rk.ALM I willing! to receive Judge Douglas
'tId'CKU ( < was
.u Ci1UOI: .ul 2 ku.ju > ter. the
I '- .fsrI. 1-t3te r.-n: ., --, j I hive: dIic ,. dent : !i entire Southern vote of 120. except I
-/\I PA-room- 1'1(. -<':11. '-.' i, b."t' A while engaged a few days into the Republican party upon probation e'sht of South Carolina will be givento a
; 1L NOt: : 22tIt'rI1EINGin the very carpenter In but I was not, as these Republican j For
.. .. '' Ip4.s.I' rl.E._ .U the- i,l.tiiinti---.J.---ill tin: puhUt.; .ir 1,1" '.t. ni.itiiier- iri'i will ui>e i-\cry frv't-jvor' ago in pulling down an old house, and friends were, willing to receive him j I John Bell and Edward Enrelt.
W t f.. lin n..Kt.Mlii.. it i i" the nn.t .' ln.rc work, done td.1atdinnJ) ] removing vjme of the rotten timbers near '' we cannot conceive that Texas will throwaway
r a"lu[ ; to head of ranks.
I r.(,. lii11 I .3- and him at the our "
i'LOVV v.2 place will
I but
icouoijucal lttlebDlke.- Houston
..JII..cui.'ut1luaM. auil : tu fiiit tUi'omvn. I II the ground, was bitten by a > \ its vote on Gen. ,
MERCHA.NT5 '41-' u u-l&.I. uire.s1.! : \ t. \\ From this it will be seen that Senator
COMMISSION : v.!I. u it ii i P.l1.12ROK.t swollenIn with the "*M!
p 11"d. \" rvnir rl.III't.no !. :4 1 few moments his linger was |, be most likely to fall in gen I II
C"l'rj"D''ol to a i
', Th.II 11..piMl"C I that Mr. Douglas -
Trumbull states implicit
sircvt.N .111; t \ 14'1.10'1.1 \ I ls.vj3Carnages. andatcdi South. And
J'U.H.ll'II. the as
tit '
Poilru .Ji.ualn..llt. 'We Lrc l"r"\ooIo-L't'\ 'to I four times its natural size, t course bentiment at
r u o ILCN.i '. "2 Iw". I2.t I'ul.lk.I. I his hand i iI did, in 183S, send Mr. Covode a Republican \I Arkansas the election just concluded
& : f-55S! LTSir.r,;; .jf. 'l1Jo' : Buggies, and Harness, .streak commenced running up member of Congress from Pennsylvania for ,

Fcj.r t f. ":I. t \\ van t.--vnat; U",d. :lwl. >(' p4ns -, 101: SALE HV I i and wri
diuiWa at Jifii-r, ut ir.V vU.rLLOV1 : B. BROKAW. I him, and his YIMOU grew dim, clearly indicating aid the | of the Union cause with her.
::1 .jgrtFV'[', : ;:: '. P. I I that he (Douglas: ) would .
1 i :y\"r.h W-at' 'I '"I'Vllli SuolJCril1..r hjju rcetiveil a I that the subtle poison that was Presidential i i The Uowritr is i certainly to'g&.nerous.
-',I.r.s. TH !a'lfe. Jin ((I. '1-) 3 tf .I l Cjrriag, Republicans in the present Bell Ar-
J. t for
large apfly i is as
'. J' ItftU". 4\.Co. I -.-------- 'I : _.4 L T T> coursing through his veins was rapidly approaching would South Carolina as sure
1 .' _. Notice to Fanners IIHA I I _BuZit'l. aii'l llarneui which he otfVror *- I the citadel of life. But a rem- I I i canvass, if the Republicans not pre- kansas and Texas, and the !gasometer docs
:A lURsji.Qw-? 1l-ttn1f'I'P.Dt\'k-\\ a.ii' ',.i tl,- no.t realisable I term.0" tried merely by way of experiment -:i vent hin then pending re-election to itself injnstice; to concede even that Stateto
f'ALJoi'II.lttllt'tUtt. '"VKjf CIDI.lv'i'.tw.\ : tS 11'\:<. edy was that the proposition was favorable .
Senate : Breck-
't._ ft tin uf a,<.,; it..otatiiifarmer nij ; the suppriee ot'all present, ; Breckinridge. in true that the
Newportn tb, fi I'urli..c h.' which, to but
-A OCIICVXP, ciwHl tno ntofurc Republican
'I. 't who r.JHpiTr! I' of received by a great many Texas by
.\ !'I, .HAM.St. Mark. rtr'I1"I a.m now prov-ircd \" dl.lln> Hndatl kind TAYLOR'S COTTON GINS. acted like a charm, the component parts defeated because Senator Trumbull and inridge ticket just swept
and line in.Klc out of Iron onion tobacco and salt, ofioual was from 15,000 to 20,000 majority, and that.
I KVet. ,vkurk iu tLc ltUcV-! which were willing to admit 3Ir.I f
., 11. li F1TTS 1- :" and :j his friends though Breckinridire hat e elected all their
< 5"rnoKNSk'; men
''. t. .l ''' 1 ..e"! \'"rk ,.r M..1. ,10 co parts, made into a poultice aphed the Republican party on the
-. j :,1. \W. ;2 3.n tunic I Douglas into in Arkansas by majorities
r. I a ; |i July -tf the wound, and at the same I candidates ranging
-- June'Jo lRfit' -* > to not willing to admit as ,
r I" r : I HI\JH AKI uxn about the wrist. I probation, were from 5,000 to 1.000, and that there
bound tightly
v i> r.vrr I i cord was About the time (the Lccomp--
same I
HEW; JEWELRY STORE. : PAPY & ARCHER I II N o"tice_ "to A1.1.. In two hours afterwards he had so far recovered ,, [leader.Bill! being then before Congress) Mr. were not a dorcn Douglasitcs and Kno-
i t 0- his viork. ton chosen to the Arkansas Legisla
; *.' Rulgtt IuiUig.Ui ATTOMAEYS AT L.tW. be able to resume j Nothings
anti < to which
f as
-t liberal
1.1.1' ) lot the vrrr patronL assert it authority '
hitl..k. (we upon h .
I IfT TN retnrninj who cured a boy Douglas Still, as Mr. Toots remarks, : -
:. I a't. han. DUIdinglbt Pronu with the TAu.auAUF.aMtID h..r.-h/"C" bc to".) upon him. the 4JflaIrVeign.J I knew an old negro I shall be produced if Judge Douglas dare ture.

TOMFH S. ', .?ttl) 9,11')9,_____ 2'1 _H. M1LON |I,j al wouM pectlully inform the public that li. that had been bitten by naiad dog, by the I to deny it)) sent lIon. Schnyler Cclfax, nifies nothing.-JV. cr.: : Day Book

i.tcr* ;n >"0 BOOKS TO J&P WM K ANDEKbON. \VM. still cualinnr ih* Bl'MXCSS same application.Tns a Republican Congressman, to Frank Blair.I AN UNFORTUNATE SPEECH.-In his late I II
A'. 3.... 1T-A.1 X>I3 F ANDERSON & MILTON, \ trancli. lit the OLD STAND op 0- .- I j that timo representing this district! in 1 Norfolk speech, Judge Douglas assumed s J -

-.M. ., ', ? k. bv E4.ri'.i.'. ATCHKS.Vk in ai; ill vnriiius aU aili"ii NEW PiEptBuc.taVATCItWOF.D.enatar request interview with rum.Mr. which i stdrive from aim every
:: ? ? ATTORNEYS AT LAW ttr the D".V Sioir and .'. by atzc' fore..Ithe" irrej r ,i-1! Congress, to an position mu
uLIV: -.11LRJ.1NGS1LyER'Y4Rr. I ; p. ul share ui Seward Mr. Douglas in and the
_._... his buti i .cae to rnrri: a couUnutnce a mimi ( Blair thereupon went to see State Rights Democrat Virginia
L .r..," .. ......nt.. nr. --"' 110 to have ll1aJe np his j
q Tn4 conflict seems
'n : talc that interview _
GIIl nt$!ic his houseDuring South. lIe said in reply to questions put _
TatteUK. the p'ltrunlje' at own
r,::,, Si utadt' Plilrc4 11'are.Itooh. C'ant", Solicitors in Equity \1 lie t wapiti aUa icf-'rm 'he public that he has filtn* that the battle has been fought and the *.." "- \ Judge Douglas told Mr. Blair that to him 1JIr.. Lamb, that if elected, ho
?, P-eltt : Abo'1tionists. !
ttl ('UlffrlR/ JLT' 11.; \ : the Northern
Jolt J..l f4tr takPXXOTOGn."\ .
hi by
at ah..p won
QooJ. (/ idtHd. I up a rni t tional victory l hostile to slavery as Mr. the force of the Federal Government
./ Military was would use
Oi.n road "r'lrln..lli" lie said t course
trW.t'h l and Jrr-e'ry r.iircd. I 1iT.tt f..rrn.d :1' tt.ud wjlh litl.-lit and I'r"opt. ,t.1 iu a caliiurnd to I ILincoln's IJlair: could possibly be ; that he sympathised to compel a seceding State to remaiu
will iic
J- v 1 .1-60 yr _ _l 1 &;"1' and tIbint"'ntru!tro to thtir ('.r.' in the I. Pu-lnr taking fnmi a c"li..t and nlar '..1 at Boston on Monday evening. alluding with Blair in his struggle in Missouri, in the Union, and that the election! of Lincoln -
tiM' 10 lU) .1.11 lUocEaiK-TYrES | Till fr"1QI.C.
&lI.un !LI.-: \
}'r.irkliai ( < triumph, pa1r _
od.lo..1 Nutl.oUa :C ir\Jlit 'oOlu1" of JACkplon. Court at Mi iJ.IIIA nud I life size, either on paper or canr.is fl'ldf"t ,jwintiiff. expected the j and would aid him in it, if Blair would would be no just cause for disunion.

--: \.1.biuL."I... i.1 ttit' u.r1O'U..trid. ('..mrtt T"U.h\"cc''tot W%1. KUIINS..Itn. [ tiull. that with thi ,'u iJrl comts" out how he could do so ; and he then In other words Judge Douglas denies the _

WM. F. ROBERTSON? In and tla'-l..h"bi'I' ruit'dL't! t_ I; F..," .. I" I IH !. 10. 'tin. 3tfii.ticksmitli end of tAt power of lavtry i in of this the; cl M w/ry.irrepressible -I: l point suggested to Mr. Blair te propriety of attempting i| right secession, which is, and alwiys baa

( 1-1\1' Ille) ru..tice ol 'Ii.' profr-.n..taD(1.Of I\ : : I Notice. This i is the consummation its original I[ with his (Douglas's) assistance, |i been, a cardinal doctrine with the State :
Pr. Rand'I" uld 1.JOIINS, conflict, as annoupced, by James S. the South. Will
:f I;; r'ititn at : of hi. ri\'all to be elected to the Senate as I'I'I j Rights Democracy of any

c', '. IBV 9 7.tfIJlanter's 1Iartrirtroj'u1lLiat?.- af'I Dllrlrfllsn4'd lias purchne l of author, now the acting snppotter I Democrat in Virginia support Judge DougI -
in mul f HJj Prein'cr- Green's successor. i
Hotel.llu I. \ Ptrr/tT AMEKK'AN I'I L Col%. -luf. 11. AUt-Hi\ cilia uf Doolittl Lincoln and a.-pirant for the new the I Mr. Douglas told Mr. Blair at the same !,I las with these declared. views? '/?! .

I ITAI.LASH '. M.ioliinfs fur (rp-M-tn g Tjns,; ship. The conflict being irrepressib'e hra oi-Xebraska policy had Republican.

S -ifriWr biv'. rurcbuf'd WORK I Bauds .n.l \1.! >.. then-by rrudrriu-- ictory in the destruction of the constitutional time that from the first with a view |\ b'lrjh

.i :>, .\KIw" II ot-1.l i -rctf\ln, tn- a, MARBLE I I him able of Slirinkin TLft. uiaier aid.i ibvlter rights of the South Hore, then, is the new \ been designed theslaveh.eJdiiag POVCLAS HITS BELL A UAB.D LICK.-In
in "f n* bv oS> >> lirrrtiiforrMl out slarvery, by
hit fu nr. :au.l& tS !I' iv'l r MONUMENTS thai c-.uld n ,. and Republican symbol to crush Rhode Island ClamBike'the _
\ the opportunity Mba Seward Lincoln cordon of non- his speech at the
4orn. have
lilt i. nt"ftr"i.' t" can now I States with a s -
\ """ persons Sla"e.ry
; lItNTaRllJlt hEAl TOE*, AC., AC. with nraiiif&s and dis- and motto-1'ut an end to Senator Douglas said :
aro" 1'llA T\m.}rrs of work done watchword Mr. other day
!ti.orIl' .I" If PERM: \SLNT :COT THMIS "g (hi* k nd fclaveholding communities. Douglaso >
: (.. '; rOWNJND. i lpY -,1 n. jr :li' Ca4.1. TaHala"\ u. ,i.1 patch at the nrw liUtk-smub Ship ul satisfied Mr. Blair of his antislavery \ u If my object was to get the Presidency

r. 1 lIIlp.TaV I.ISM- I-t(. 1 t.T" .12.1era nrmptlv :utl'ntlcJ I-tv to. |I July 31. I860 3J-3.ii. II. U. FITTS. Scwanl, of course, like all Republicans, isafe i is a completely this occasion, thai l hv any means,rather than vindicate the truth.
t. *'--. '." '.'.' .I. when he sentiments on
Art. ,--- and consenativ patriot ; but I would be willing to play mummy _
BLACKSMITHINCl.TilT .--. -- -- --- I G org1.a. ersoY'S, he falL the latter gentleman wrote to Mr. Grantz; p'tiihapj

t'rERsmNEu hAil r4'UUtl w1)TL. in town: ; RONEY & LLOYD'S 11 F Cr:1c1.a Shoo-, _0. does stumble into the traitor's ditch Brown, who was then editing the Missouri: tad pat a p.\dtloek on my lips fir fvar I might

!,. "1"11"\L 'bop'D the'lame t nildi.,u! wit PLOW. YARDS SANbORS'S KKUSEYS, into it headlong abstain from all further attacks lttcr an honest sentiment and lose a vote by _
'bangl' to
t: Democrat
.1'. l"lrn1h'lp..,.4 I nTIIJSI oiJte Lbc WILL Hi.IfS : !. OUTHERN PATENT i 1 L 1-UU 30!J pole Msdi*! Factory Shoes.MonuceUo "Trea*>D. ktratagemi I nJ spoils ; Mr. Douglas. \I 't. (Ar lanse.) I would icorn tat Tt'eirav
.IlJ uf RLAC: ill' PLOW in Leon aDd Yarn. Just received *:r uvb be Iru.uJ" upon fsli'i frilpiitji.:
A.NIIOESPA1C1I.; niGHTh to ue tbii fe.-b.rp l.tno man \ i"\i"rc uU'lir '
: INDIVIDUAL will cf them rede's
rc-ad'.rs some *"" "
'I ."? .tto 1'1f1I".e to lhol hQ h..vt I.&l.roa 1 1 county old bv G. & J. MITIINNL5S.S ( 1' : Y..1t,.tr. .( (1)"_ i Our .. .
: work. Rxsns p\\SI.. B1eknthTi" \ 3S C'.
'. "''" cft.111 T>I H. 1G
'.(.1'T pv'r ..,... .'. \ 1** 1 .

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JII's in >i'e*s' lork..rii kh Dunta, u* "
( tP1(1h4nl Oin> I1"- major tv V4 tivee u .irtr O ulOi > irpcivj
tW P
senatOr Atate by from ffl9i hundrol < WM.V appears to think tli.etItu' klilad At Uue Isat aococi a
which such ca-3 shoiikl be bro.ght. ttiit. 'lt' ( (( hlupi r $ .,' i T .(! ":' 11 t.-t,, j ( "ori,
that the r.uittr v.s1th3 yet, In thu fa' 4)' such a ( t1-wr rf fu" '' hare -Keeled u fwnaia- Warsaw Q'airt bw no doubt
onrnaL ;n'cn tctt tli the dcbatc eiarkabIC atatetlWUt, Walker, Whg. had a majority for Ci-wu .; r f4'j : b.va w .5
loriVumT anb tfOC tL ( ours atil aw'iI aJtttCl.tt 10yutigaUo. ait&4S PUL fl IVQI1 Lb such an t'lt-tt.t4 tie-kit t u -'< rk M *HI combine i I ipjtorei
been stated 'f' to cuicoursge democratic gain 6S.WALTON.Mflthn

: Not only thh. but as b OUt' hI'C has g Twd .eitm2 all or nearly all the ant!-Unecli rlcmea'ain Florida
.-tiren of Mss-'siPPi. r8euiLOr etThrtflfiitflt that the 191, Hopkins 199. Congress
bya with Mr. Brown us t. continue our its supix>rt. We qth/ic the foUowin! fr-ra that 'u b-DEl'Diac' PI55.tI
\ 1 LSaturda uatgl no hnie agreed tVerily1! these Hilton 212. Allen 194. Senate, Bowers,
tcs the necesty of the es.ce. According to theeeOn ra ,OfSUC ('- ii dawning UpOfl I pnpcr ot the 4th inst.: \ Press of tie 3d Instant,
U of N. J. Mc- ftAnGnncI
the gullibility I WeMu Dem 184. House
aai-slCY: largely 0fl Opp 216, ,
o1the Supreme Court, every entlemCfl must C0t- i'r.m the.j. nmtnf C.'unnt'Ct.. t. baa
II CmiMTT reeumcd
October 13, L860 law in Rana was unc-onstitutioflal awl therefore &'mankInd in gcncraL' There can be nOthing 1Iirnnn Darn.. 20.! 3lorriaonOpp19t). Inlb06, GILItT KU S FROM .tjI.t :. of ttat the cot?"

void. Every )udicial olTh'vr. tberifore, of the iemocmeyin for Governor was 13-opposiuoii to meat paper.
imil hL oath clearer than that the S1IC- Walker's majority We ha*c the great j icasun- of annoieing
Florida nor l Arrh chapter o. 1. every 3 ostice of the peace, nccnrding in to bi- rightS election is s itbUt a Pittill in the loss 13. The defeat of the Democratic can- our readers the conniation vf the nn or rootwraU. -The Covti-, > J
arorrminded that thereXX wasboundto protect ThesbvchO1dT the late di-Ired ando euirStty i 1tlt'Itl I Mkanopy, lsaa passed iota the ha
D gr Companion before the cnatC 'fheir wajorilY is the greatott didittfor t Senator u, a h)3.FtLtNKLIN.MiltlI !! O lo-iK
ifl be a RctuUr Matins t the H*n this -and there was tO W bytheu history of the Sttc. ( for bv pa'riotK- r-7fla i Of that they had been (kTehCt to their Univ. But perha9 (lie 14(5( Hopkirs 41. ConTc'5. U.tU .Section of ft
known. ., -' d
order of the TI T condemn ever lit tIl.! tilt iep. Bell and Everett
c-'cnlwr 13tb instant By to '
Secretary. hmd) Senators be called upon otths lpre onritti1.iti'g the fithlilftih thi.it their ultfntis IUt..1. IVi, _\lni! S? I). P Holland. lUq, ,ictio: :U l'rc''t.' t. Tl,.- r..rt. nil Ticket dcMtlt .
B. Eri.op.
TKOS volatioti of their : arc MuTIIODIT
individuals for a ofthcit fehict.itio1. I- the & .mrm: f lUo n. atointed ,
the iricret '.
before thelP if this he I elected to the Ho :se oppo'tienIn :
that ffCt Dem., yuM
October 13th, 1800. _ there wu-4 any- -vi,1eiiee. to- --- .._..........1.... I.-.,,i, 1 L it-) worse ufret011 in it 'With such Governor was -19- ior the purpw b* tin rutC-K j-ri In-titiite A convcntiofl of the Methotihtir.ation
i is show 18T G Ferr/a majority for ftiU
.' tenitorkU Iegt-tauu-t ,there sonic > riitt.g.: /.aft a fM-'".> (Ul1'Pfl '?1 i/i. recently assembe.i tI
ITNKWPORT.TMX a enn-LitutjinaI c1iy it ii to rrqsit aeonstitfltiflflal l'rciiICIlCY na Brlh iu1 EverILtile su Franklih hs done nobly. ir.-ne'nt iS t'hai- jkfta.dXsbOO5.
u1tn1ctTE perfonn t-anthithxtes for the lernocrzttiC jrain > Sate ( mat ,htrref JK-an I of
for the
da C'I :
it would b 'st .ts04)t purpose -dex-
ii1h( and "a.'i.4iPJ in ?i # th'Ts Wit/i the t We think Milton's majority is 112 and Union's113t5 man with th! ule *ai i it oa luit i-u-d ->i Henn -
v.be\\ a FREE B.tRBATE in Newvrt tO (hO that whtieli the ( 4nsti'Ll' iu says tLcy' (- one I h Thii'1s: Sic- such have reacLe-1 b lUndill a. fcec'or at I.nrge ..a i14ce! of lI"r.. I of establishing a Mcwes new > i
cltm' as
nititUtifl 5'S' % above are
p on T-->'.iy. tie ICih init. ;<":. MII.TON i? shall d.'. u-4 0) t' ths. hid Ue 1w Be-J? : IpPb'44'fl1- /spocrite' but the figurrs 1'et't-a:! II Wn.wort'i nommatcil bv the Doug'-w Church within the boondcf the RonJ I
notion a/klitlut-
ht.pcokers. they lLLhl ut do.Ve l.old our rights veil!., and the oIlier an us. the Ho! :i. t.rne C. Bronsoni llesoluUooa
to K here with rtlitr! d.sin u tL-Iert.tle, mwitofl but' C.Mveia-.it. ence were aJ-y,tfd
peclH hmen of
srgiirncflt"I ptmC
Vakor nrc L'iet! to attend .,ngra4OtU' cent this (1(51 rifle inIl, an ( fl1t'rofth( inttiiC 1.IBERTY.-IIopkin* 90.Milton 70. Cousr' a, j i 1'dfl hut' tittittd, wuh the consent and approVal nfe mice to ?.tal-li hii rchs a ,;5t55.L..tsycU. ..
OpWY4.1Ofl ftte 1)ittiib party UIII1 in 1S.36 b ,
abolition speech ,' 1 -f the Co .u.te-e .4 Fifaca repres.Mte paper t-
Tlie La.eae t1..t ii ( lnIll St in Sumner's inlamOus Hiltou 03 Allen ?-8. Senate. Dividsrn. Opix, C3. < uch desire(
and lurtoW on eqni! u-nni. of pr..Mtidfl lint ( I that traducer fF. Eaturviorth a-t .b-Comm-ttce ri iUAaton i upon places as to obtoa J
fr craing hr.'V: thea
I specially inviti-d to a't'nL! O J? preiurationvlHbe any time fWW5 thtt the judicial ami CXCCUIIVC thit den0u1iCer cut BnooEs -i McElvy, Dem, 01 Howe. Campbell. Pcnx. A j jGre .vsr-nl! to I.u -. Ii-es-ar clietly of the press, to state whit Ithe: Ut.-rt?.

Mlm'iPut for all Crnne every l >ly nd authority (ii) not jKieK3 Oflh tueanYto righ.t. insure in a terflttbl). cftlie SUth and the contributor ofrnonelO present I <*or*. Opp. 8(1.Perry's ( fTherwson (lflt it: was iia'! rVoo'l that Mr.Ild'fl. fcc_, and recomnibndin iui' ;
;(';' In eflhl..hlilt the wh pped ct-with' the <'rimitteC
let tw couns-1 topulirr that we tmj put LiiifcwiJ 1-brtect.tfil if the Territori.l legh-latun hi'iilt1 fail or refuse autcstimonurto l majority in 1W, 17-OpptKt n gain : ib ? 1ig.i'. iom!'iceof nominated j rlace giving the Lrjest btnus,
IK-fore the coon- .i 1 '
ha i n
coining }'tt4. :' p-e'Vim
S-inattcr Covert'gntj down f f.-rtM r. to provi1e th nsv.ssrS retnedie.' tot that such candidates as these. :C Davidson is elected Senator from the D.strict. I- 'r S.LC .jav.itil'ti. was not -It is pnipiMHl by M*. J. A J 3j
lt il he the duty ot' ( flTtS4 tO supphve do m a very "questionable sleqw! in- I and Gadsdcn. bv 13 maj. rl:*. : tie r-e.i
jl WM f ANDKUSON, ptlrlwIse. n lir'wu offered hu'rvbiti011. ti-- a.-' they for of composed of Liberty 1 'a'ci l to arcTt tl.e 11rflt nftrauiation if ; riannn, to is.ue a literary uew.pspl .. I--
x I Mr.
II I. IirXDEIt) N. e itcli dLt-hne' ,-x1t-i-i..res"). ,% 1Ifl L.4 not )retl, 5.4 his dwl .r 15 matter surprise tha aspirnntt i II VMILTON Miltcn 213' Hopkins 179 Congress : mate. Ja.l.'<' Rr'> i* >: i" i rt.iiiridgc: m in.Us l fadtti fjrtor CfanpntsA, ) so, 1tnsv.p,4.i .
!{. and defendin them' rreted that the Electoral
11 II WAI.KEH b'
reprinting t.1 !
Florida mucu
and exceil- flee in House. J. 0 Stew- U secureil
resolution SSM-rt-tl., that the iidicial Hilton 247. Allen 17C by patronage to justify its $1---
)cttlwr 9th 18'50SPKFXII afford the obUined M large a vote. Bit if thireally S Ticket so hap5;>Hr cons nu :lated u.lapproedl p-
'tw "erii'4 tO should have Underwood. 175. In 1850, : We Nh the enterprise
Opp. w
1 State
ti-c .1t-partmt4 weEI'! ,..........: the congratulated ol:t f'art. DeaL, 241, the Commiw .>f FiPren. bv the Douglas succ'ss.
I n eedful 1rcteetijI't, aflu urtquj Senate-s. iq- be the secret of I ( Walker had a majority of 40 in this county-dcm- Committee .lie Mozart halt Iexnocrncy. the Tans'' i -We notice in a lat'- n'u't r if thefl -tTl-r.
OF Till. rejected them irrouncr.
w as v.ry iirp-rlY the C..inmtt -, we promise 100 I Hnli Dcmoc-r.iC lie tnon or Bell Lv-: Tribune, pjbli he-1 at l'Cn5a0
We are crabUd m the form of an extra? to lay | After Mr BLOMUM concluded Mr A. J. l EEI"rnnu.lia ,_ ,.-nenrr in No* ember. The daj of sitcess ocratic gain I many erett nsti.n: .11.11. ti.e Brick.nrc''e 1 of Mr bandwhoha.. l tL
-* > 7/
Uforc our readors the grL1tt. HH-cch dihrn-d b\ j few appropriate remark andmoied j jih which they appear to look forward will satis- THE OCTOBEH ELECT i->NS.-Florida hol.ls r-er Volunteer by the l3revZinritigt I eJ.cnt

lIon. I. C But:ckiMHix>r, at Ashland, KA. on j ?it the Club present a flap or banner to Centrcllc ; to them a day of- *- >ping I State election to-day John! Milton is the D rnora and .lSho.rtThe State 'v.lh) but few for a *ery abort time-only one year
indicKlloa denounced will prove candidate lor' Governor His opponent is ewr.'Iors:: co i' \ >v* (.av<- had also the approval Judah, of the late firm, has beoe .,
hal b-en cratic p.
the 5lh SrptnnNT. It 5s a most triumphant rkt-s hikh Dhtrk-t lad of teeth" Routed t
Dist whereof .
wailing and gnashing Gen; Edward Hopkin-s a Bell-Everett man. The of the CrchnrV! Si it" Comm.ttte, tor and Eihtor 7cSt
of the distinguished Democratic standardUarcr I, the Opinion as "the den cl Democrac out in -overnber that they willnot A Greencjr.. w Cluinaaa. This would t" '
I October( they will 1* ictp'1d Dou-las arc so few in this State John i DROW>EO.-The Laic
from the >ario".s charges pnftrred again-t Th- motion vai adopted, and the President. appointed the incorrigibly bind can fad to seel11S. I show their heads at all, except. perhaps. *? have: mndcthe: co-operation pcrt.-ct and wouMhie Cuy Itdr *

him as well M of the principle cf the partv whichplaced )jessrs. A. J- P"II C VlLu.tMI t None but however, will save the- 'roni vote for Hopkins tub r *a. A d-sperate effort olmt .-t. ..rod ube defeat of L'nroln in th:s ( of the h-i Oct Ra3: "Oa the 23U Sept.i ., .
Timely rciH>ntance, the which is equivalent to his defeat in the naI I i Morgan with seeral of hw .t-Ten'
Milton ground
him iu nomination und -nill no doubt lie Committee to prepare the ban has been made to defeat on bt.ate neighbor | ..5SSe -
and f the im"i>endmg mortification against his character and anteti,, at larse B:it even witlKwt such approval, I j lake few mile k
personal charges m# in a a west of
!have for this
read with plea-rare by dtich of our readw a* i the arra-igcments p ha.icr
make nectary Sober'liie for the Ann-
ner. and to While the lump hold ont cedents. We will just say to our fnenda. that there] is the greatest encouragement sfine became
( the
not before Lad it in their pose'oa. iU prcsL3)tati11. ilost nmner WaY return they ni-ort not l be greatly surprised to hear that mcoln fiw*" t" vTe lnj pull. a strong pull, entangled ia some ?] oft!.

-- I The Glee Club with their fine hand, add much L Let them lay down their arms '1iof ,lte'_ etforts have been iUC4'P0.1 v"" ** -' T ii I* and a poll altogether, In the confident hope of Mr W went to unloose it. While vn, Br.wEipri12gC

llctiiruti!* .T11R "'k.ira _ot affect the .v.uii on the Congressional t.rket I|I Ior dealing a death-blow to Sectionalism and the Ir- was taken with the cramp, and afur
R. B. HILTON, E,q., who lus juat been elected I to the Inter** cithese meetings- They sing a U the 1eOPiC. ) *ui escape -- I the Lcg-slature. We hall whip them there rer-rcss.ble Cor.6ctAnd who knows but the ( -
jri I Icaaya.a 1-' "a alIP0lfltCl t I) the humiliation which otherwi-c lb \ itable. handsomely, but it is barely po .ible that the ,| BreckmmLje State Committee, notwithstanding help once or twice he sank to ne no neAt >1 a Lncco1.va .
'I-- 1a.t (
-- hi
of Wet-t .oin address tin Club to-night, litia declined on accountof I .+. .-------- charges against Milton may swamp him. \\ e the; known ov; sitio.i of its Chairman and SOIPC the cry those present endeavund to nJiIr1 L0t1'
He is cordially welcomed t indisposition. We do not know w hr' the Pro FLORIDA ELECTION.of shall look for the result with much interca! \. '' few, rfits members mav vet, aa a Committee, enI 1 I r- ere unable to do so la tse (j
back to hu Louie by all parties. Book Oct 1st. I T'eke* We dn eleI I
: '!cnt has appointed to fill his place-probably MrIIlLTO } Day dorse th" Anti-Lincoln no j Morgan our community has lct

Law J'lrni. I > Will give IK :. l.-'k! I.V.-1 US all gO. The Day ask will see that the Democracy pair of such :i re*.lit. i ,.>ngh! se are not acrj'iain-; | ctiZCn'. one uf sLoos TrW',
ted with th-ift:cula views (-! all its n.rcbfr i

A new Law firm is announced iu to-cUi's Floridian -I Address from- -" tinCViiirnl Kxecutlre have elected their State ticket Governor and Con Some cfthen. v. e ar r on* d* .it. w ill I i.e ready, r.3 Our FOB THE S orMKna.... k,, (0 t usrgiw15

composed cf the HOJ Tuoa BiLTZELL C'ommiUee." gress, by an overwhelming majonty In fact the individual- to ie't their -.ppr.t.al. But howl l j ago say* the Madisoa .V'*>en r, &n j,, 0fthi0.iirG .

and A. J PEELER, Estate. ever this ma V.: the tick" uiut J>e put through, | i Smith, and his two sons June aaj Wtfkj % G
va-uls. Vf i il. be elec ,
just ai it nOT ireaa. mat
from his long connection w ith the Florida Bar, I of Florida," located la and about Tallahassee, are The majority Milton for Governor bids fair to ted. It can be, a.n.l a* GCJ Jackson would 55v, I taken up in Eeautbrt Diatrirt. boutii Ci-.j his CCmoney

.and from having filled the responsible positions I trying to solve the qusstion, Who struck Billy run up as high as tiro thousand. The Legislature it "shall" )ho, \Jmost the entire Anti-Laucoln j !account of threats Mad*by them v> T_ dedatto tI

.cf Circuit Judge and Chief Justice of the Supreme ; Patterson r Beaten, tairly and squarely-routed, will be Democratic in both branches, nearly or press of the .VAte. of all shsJe*. will support it j with arms to free thcai'clvfs, wtr- lie be a

Court. Mr. PTEIXH .. horse foot quite three to one' In November we shall give i heart ft-id Had Tlu Ann Lincoln merchants '-
is young law*cr of our city and dragoons"-they are bothering The Anti-Lnc of the State and plare.1 upon a Fonis: < 1avtng1a
decided promise and their brains to know uho did it It the work Breckinridge four or five thousand majority-per-1 s-iiA ipiifirt i i a LI.IU mosses st Savannah and ; or
great industry. We congratulate I was ; .t lo t'e"ir>e And ir i-t succeeiL ;) they are now a tL.A

him ou Ua*;ng formed *o distirgu'slied' of the people, the honist yeomanry of the land haps a unanimous vote The pp Vtion: n.ay j jjithdraic P:: tt'! E, ,s u. : '." tf -'cl IIPW. !>-
connect-oa. 1 ofcour but these gentlemen ot the Centrt !; We have not yet received full vturns of the late their cle. ri'' ticket, since the*' roy: T* EW', <-c--i t1'4oii.. Ponglattat i: :_ t Vfe do tot ewiy tht ir jj I war-

know that Bell b.9"-t a ghost of acLancem I i* bea so ni i
-- -- Committee, stunned and overwhelmed as they election in this State, but ertugh is known to tM-r" rt .poa a Nurthera s:t c.. a.,
Shocking Murder In I IA Mndioij. I I Florida. Our adv.ufo them is that they tli tni iiha' retLiridze men can h'>-rilnv rm: liCtLUCtIt'
are by their defeat, can see in the authors of the i | % Florl la
: a
horrible arrant us in stating that the*-ictory achieved to. .L Hi .1 I <-<-'n'ff. i3 aicorcUncc v.ilh the i.pon one.
murder w as committed in Madlsoa I humiliation none but office-holders'' assisted 1 by the Democracy is unexampM in the history : that the State mar go as one man for the vornsKcntuckian. vOws <.f the C> ;TItt c of F'tteen' have sut'sttu- -Ti-e Ap-JarLicola Titrtes n.iaacs -irsc, 3ide

county on Monday list, by Thomas F. Drew, on I by a corrupt administration m Thin seems I tc of Flonda. The popular imjonh for our candidates ; tec! C I 1. Cm o. < f He.kiicr! 3 B-ec cnndge man '. OC-nn'o, h, iifc mn :r ftwar5 degro
WDIiam L. Tooke, an old and highly! cstcf aied -5.+. far I-cu. (e'ur'iflr, ii place of Mr. Allen, cf O>
be the onc'us -
to hu h the
I Iw < on w Committee hire
| Governor and his frun the Ja.l cfn50h this L1Cnii
Congress unprecedented. >cape e -
citizen of the county J'rom the titulars Senator Urovrii's Opinion of John Bell. weg.>, the Dov 4 nominee, who has declined.
pai as I amed. as TV e gather from their address as published Geu MILTON a ; of the sixt hue uudouMe-dU eVcte-d Gover ; Tiiu. the vast major:ty-'-almost all-of the Anti .tng't lt';, ,
they reached
us we learn that Drew who The Bell and Everett orators are m the habit
I ia Tuesday's Sentind. One quotation from ncr by at lezttjiftfen hunditd, while the rwjTity I -L EC'>ii force ia the State, are bra'ight into a (twuiiteth of the ;)rr*'r.t a-t> :ui. -, uh'i
was Mr. T. oier-teer, on eome words passing between their confused will be of quoting from a Mis* .ppi oppotoa paper un"ed ili the Lkctoral and S iat-(
sufficient show
t harangue to for Mr. HILTON for Congress will probably reach, plnaii\ > on ... ily sar.MiJercd hiiaulf ;y tt ,ffl 5
the two relative to a threat made by the ihn. some express'on which senator Bno."v cf the tc1c-. :it !pp' ''' '' -'t t' tl:.o tfo* )::,:1 cil"i'c:: -. >

farmer to shoot the latter on, drew a knife and Wo not have succeeded r> v) ttonMhd! It is a perfect Waterloo to the opt same State w retried to hive uttered, to the ef- U .* j'-t is-i i ov "i! (bat Mr. in
cut open the bow els of Mr T and tLea may defeating om I Iopponents position In a w ei-k we shall be able to give thetotal feet that he I l < i' i. (-',fl itt'! .'rt: any c.ir."idcn! > number of Cnuti.c or J'"ooE W II'TI uijtff .
knocked I aviated as they were bsan Senator B. considers Mr. BELL per- I l-ia*
I vyfr IFUI the Lnum'TkLet. who Cinni'd hi been e,7cctsd l lor tie Fill
vote continuing the meanwhile the publication Every uiaa :
him down and attempted to cut his throat. He i olhce-holders and a corrupt administration hr l" fectly sound and reliable on the sl.a* cry i->sue votes br any ohs r Electoral tlcke, under exiv I between .1.: 're Baker of the S-mannw mcj;
I w e have of such returns reach The countii-3
afterwards mounted a hor.c and disappeared j gained enough in the conflict to enconrj Care as us. I Tlic distinguished Senator never made such an tin; circuniiia cc-.. will \nw that directly or indirectly I Putnam of (the Eastern Circuit, x Fl>, beE'iytis

anncd Tvlth; a double ban-el g'.n. V reward of i day us of success to Continue n daw our ni'i.r effort confident us When that the: heard from in full are, Alachua, Columbia, Duval', admission. On the contrary, it is an entire perversion h i is promotln; the election of Lincoln : I FALL OF A CUCRCH Townn. About ion

$2000 U o3i red for the mutilfrcr, wh \* dccnbetlas tohsidtr the great odds ngaiu-t upon us and retl tt thai w C t Escambia, Franklin, G.ulsdcn, Hamilton,Jackson', of hit language In hU Crystal Spring ad 'h..t is wllat no true BrcckmriiLje man will Tuewliy u. orain; the Cd instaai.:. the;J

about 3 i feet 10 inches highland weighs Florida with a larger area than Georgia l tins spopuLtlion Jefferson, Lllxrty Lafayette, Leon, Madison, Marion -prt-ch, dehvcreil on the Cth oIL he gave his opinion -: Lc nilhng! to ilfTli" >. | cf the I'rerhcterian ( bur-a ia -<' IT

torn? 175 pounds fair complexion, red hair, with : little more ttian suficient. to entitle lit-r New Il'er, St Johua, Tailor, Wakulla and I of Mr BELI in the following words: Jmrnal cf f-n.rwrct K a warm ct porter 1 to SilO KTOUL.L A fine be'1'! -' I !thcfs
to oi.e m'-ml r ofon--ress tli:it with a >*al>oari!1 Walton and
9 double thumb on hand Brecklnii'lgc, an'l I has labored more zealous'. [ v u uninjured. The & "..;- t tj Lstl
one perhaps the right nearly equal to one-third ol fail the Atlantic! State: I "If the CoL (Bell) want to (be nuderstocxl, e wj/s i t'Ci
TLi] is a shocking affair. Mr Tooke was a I extending from the I'crdido on the Gull of Mexico : Tlic'e counties foot up as follows.G can speak as plain as any body and il he does I than all other sheets in New York in th<' ficTt toci.rs.mnj.ate j wh.ca caui" dOTn in this <*,t* rue mortx I '

quiet, InoffeDsiv citizen, a tuan of large wealth i to the fet 1. Marys on thf Atl.m'ic, a distance "r. rnor-Milton ... .. . . .5035 not, he can talk from the Cape of Good Hope to I : a Tn.o.i ou one electoral ticket I'dw the elec'.i'JT HTJJ rchtion cf the BtLt *L/j spit

nearly fifteen hundred miles she has her nnia Hopkins . . .. . .4171Majority the Arctic regions around the Fejee Inland, and
*nd universally esteem:"!. The excitement und I back rr*'* to succeed, no matter w L.t may be th- j met-t hi* final downfall on the Mtlj of VTOi tI lain>
land tier ishadj to TeuncBsec and .
and her keys, st'ulJcd with Custom again never uiskeapolntHe
horror hu violent death has oc""wioncd in the House Kev- iue ofllcer1. Light.llou c-s anO 1 thus far for Milton . . 604Congrtas is old and cunning rrs Jt. It i* a creat aii-fortune that the D vgULomm'ttu I ,i -The Key Went corro-pociea': of at i\ ctcrras

county is \ c-ret I fchoul \ the murucirr% carrcuted II I Marine Hospitals; that she has the Pensncols -Hilton I . . . . . .3209 I Again: ? d>d n/t s-rcpt the propo .ti.ti. i if tinGn ton lime Curj"I'nanctel, in hi* letter of the i5 ls Sept mi( ] :: CI.t&ituiWi at

a strong rope and a short eLrift trill U: I j Jf vj"1' itrth at' Warnngton and the Tortueas an d l li Allen .. .. .. . . .3810id Col B-11 cannot be elected. Hr cannot carry ene Committ'v to place ten Ure-ckMriulge -lr- ted in Hwasa rcju'several. wlip lailLoa- cces..f'iti cf ilolWi-B'sj! ant -H -

his doom. i ivfy" 'st, TT.1 Jill their officers, ojicratnea :! Mi> is<>:.ppi. 1 lie nnt that his friends can do b*' tore and two Br tkrnri !'y: cindiclat'-i! on th<- State e-d to be Ml2 in our nu-*. b.tt wuli .c1as(

!; laborers, using tuC "olTM"' and p.wer of tbccrniipril Hilton's majority Una for. .. . .H'O mnning him is to divide the Southern etc and ticket II-vl this been nprwl to, the wwhBof pc esty keeps in retirement lie may be gjta rotwsr:Is: susi itai
unnrnmnnr Kl> .. luC -illd( OIllCC In 18-56 these prod'uc' duord whentheic
to tc harmony.
same fta'aSi-rtractioni1
; gate- ought of the first water The
Vote the Journal wovild have l
< ard
ccn ijrati5o a cor
vi to-tn 10 M
ir*[ Unite" '
We obt.en that of ut'tbe Sates, with its clerks rj tS For PernDem... for Governor . .47 They a"-1 to think there is danger to the ; rn> enerteU Under the circumstance *.nt in pursuit are still here, and hears jt a.
some o-tr exclianges out of Sunejors, Registers and Ileceitrrs, Timber A- T r t 7Jter, Whig, for Go>ern< r. .. t4D2 L'nlon! and the Constitution in the South. ant l!'"' (t'j p..hi'5 posed that h.* is sUl among IA sOld
tht fit-itc, and among them the Savannnah Iteyiblican gents, Live Oak Overseers, two United State : both are to JK .<=.avrI I t lv running Cot. lie-IS I'x-; the of tL'it rejection. howev, and the dicta- dr miitni
: -The
are :. the Judicial Districts with Clerks. '.tr..h.&L, ru .. 01 i I MV CV tmiis-iiee-raiiectation. 1 hey know t:n i which Ischu.sozt.1 & Cos have same correspondent r&i of r
compirin since
vote of the late election >i>u for Pen . tin' m the > exercisedii
.________ with I ties and B nulls, and a host of new'spai editors Marjority j. nobody South is opjioseil to either thi- woman living on the Keys aged 12? Sac wrss1
that for Con-Tress in I.' This f is I . Union or Coii-titntiun that clwn.nnq' the txo .rcr Institute ticket, it is not
wrong I who subsi upon the patronage ot the genera I \ For Hawkim, Dem., for Congr J. the enemies of Nrth"ide 1[ w iLk her son-Jier boy-aged CO VPITttn. fau
Thecontcat in 185S; was between two Democrats i! Tpment, to My nothing of Pi>bt Masters.i .-- i For Baker, Dem., for Congress . . 1300 in the North. And thy ought to know i at all aurprisni that tlic Greene Committee sh'inld u'.ties tveaundi

Jtt'ie llawkim and Dr John Weutcott-the firatbcaj i We think w e may safely estimate that the num ttat- thu.,-- "--nennes" reccic &I l arid c-omfo-n from I distrust tLe sincerity of any arrangement &-sw'-nted are good, and she walks evi'rv X lU'iil' :

the regular Dt-mocn'ic candi late and the her of recipients of the Federal patronage Is little Majority for Hawkins . . . 416 S IC 'OCS ..-, Hell I do not av that Col.l toll* the Albany Regency aid be unwilling tocom.nli I distance of a half mile to attend DSTABUISC.
il less, than ; ::' not cay that h" i, ti.1)Cii .- .-We learn Thec
last any FIFTEEN nr>DRFD voters in j ,. .n.t that a Cght
15 art a
raining is In addition to the Counties ti'erclr
an inder-ndcnt last wevk the
The reporUd
>obition party represented by them.Neverthfle' iui
opj this (
State the Cbottshfochee
of clert
na-cregate vote which is lint a- enemy ottlie Union ortie L.15i&U.ifn. P } on on day. ia wis'thI: !
lii co can-lid Ur of heir own in the field There bout ELLVEN TUOIHAND" i we give returns from the following: t *. with {Jti rvrterf now made and McDonald aAl'
dj viy & has been no conif't between the Dcpioracy and Now, we submit that tin w a most precious M ARION.-This county far cxcee'la her usual 'fff'ird him vi'fi fur'." fo' 'j!, curpo 3of inwkiiif'OIK' e'erBiIncl! effort man by the name of liluan McIViciIJ' Itly

<>fposition fciw< I isoi(;, when Gov Perry was the 1 bill of particulars It is. too, exceedingly complimi Democratic majority Milton 403, Hopkins 231 Once more : to pTln* '!-e h'$ ve of New York going for my were An informed old em Wednesday la-* was imp a tifJIUI
w been-J
grudge said to bare
Ie-mocratic candidH'e lor Governor, and Judge -ntary to the u oflice-holders.1 since it goes upon Congress, Hilton 401, Allen 103.' Senate, Rogers. ;' No frlcad: of Site cqtullty sncr'-l ;r"t* for I Lincoln it ii to t-5 m. c-l tL t :lc rjmmittcc nil! csni f ot the difficulty.-Quirty RcpvK : OnOffcl thd5

Walker* the candidate of the Whigs and Know th asvmipt'on' that they arc ail a set of ncarups : Dem. 373, MtGahagan, Opp., 233, House, McCormick ToL Bell. Hi> ici ...'. dH.+ uot"io\v!: tlin !'- Is ." 'ci yield ther? : b5ecIcr3. T>-e Brecklnrid, Doup- I -We taun from the JacksonTiIIe .Sf t -tera.l,

I othings. Gov. Ptrry was elected by a imjoritycf3JO I who do prw.iM.-ly as a corrupt administration" I and Vogt, Dems., 133 each, Wijrg'.na, i friend; of should btate equi.ntr lor .NO fr-fad to 'state sortreignt .ta_,, 'id Lab tress alt -rnrurm the opiu.on thai the j I that Paron Moody, Eao, has been elected Cl nasa,

In the same year, Judge hawkins was | bids them, w hethcr the j- like it or not But unfor Opp, 281. Marion is entitled to two members in I the advocate) of Suite*oe sovereignty hihi, oecau-c. I\o he Ir.eui
tic Democratc candidate for Congress and Judge tunately lor the ** Executive Committee their the Houst\ In 1806, the for Perry for slave to Blic'v and that all that isr."e"1
majority protection bv Con rejon"al le'.tion! can i than KhIiCaa: : .in. var-anry iiocasioned l>v the rru' nation of Mi

I Baker of Columbia the candidate of the oppoMtiou. premiss is fah* and and their conclusion must beI Governor was SG. Milton's majonty 170--dem- i j vote for him, bit ,i.5c lie i* awinit tuch pi >/&! '?-/ '. t1nt'tt l13.3 iS a Unhn of con'T'ti"A >- H hlucknian.I t fry

Hawklu'd majority was 713. Since that i I false al>a f o fur from there being "fifteen hun ocratic gain 94.ALChIUAThi) j j No niau who is toi or aaaixt auv measrva orI Vj re t.ckct. Well, .

year, as already remarked, there has been no content hundred"oflice holders in the State I' national pol.cy ought to vo'e for luaj. Le<. .iw tie -' flCIOflA-' I WKU. PIT.-The Hjnt ville tAkt JV' bus.r
the number, old Democratic : ;; ICI U3 6CC It) i
stronghold platform on which he stands does then the -
bc-tw the not commit in nam* of caud quV? Mr
een two qtiotifoui
parties imtil the late IkUgL)4stu'rt Icsa
ele-c-I Ilion. l including even the Post 1 spertii' the
Makers does reach h.m
not I is true to her ancient faith. She gives the largest to sustain or oppose any maasurc of nat onal this; Union. Tns Journtl '" -
In comparing vote**, thf relorr, to arrive at one third of nfteeu hundred I And it so happens, democratic majority ever known m the I policy. All men who Inca tlive and diet, says that the ii. ( > JJM Senatorial canv>i-. .vlth LneviC < ', Undiat

th rrlalne lo-tses and gan.s of the two parta-s. it too, that where there are the greatest number of The vote isFor: Milton 515 county posed to Democracy may vote for him, Dr so he tcra of BrcckinrU* can "honoraU}" go into the 10ng cisrtigrapla;
u I Hopkins 193-maf has lived and so he means to d.c. arraTMn.cra prors l 1. Than they should do
to relcr to the of so
necessary struggle 18.30
that government official and the largest amount ol r rgoVerninent jerity for Milton 323'! Congress hilton I Ii;otri.:words, Lincoln ADV ort' w;
being the latest and This, we submit, is conclus.vc by il!! nca-- Ii iiuii p-.int etiquette should
only test which pretty proof tl.at a
by the comparison money expended, there the DcmoI I.-nl75 I I T AXD ClEAHr.r; war ftfttwnt, n vr eiZorth red
t 341"! Senate .
can l be mad cratic cams are smallest'' Take Ewrambia majority Ingram, DeaL, the admission ascribed to Senator Bsowx has ar.ow..1 i t z <--- .t. mx rtantn result More again the r'.. '' / fret .4.1tM rc a-

.-..*-- I I countraiancxunplc | 47. Emerson, Opp.,216 -majority for Ingrom 181 been manufactured out of bole clctli. lie served tlu: ths, and as > reason why the Greene Committwsh stare States-a war of sz."'""a'1"1_trt I*t*ee iacaa.

i*ret HI linage ana i ane CIUD. 1 : It is notorious that in that ( iHouse.'. Man, Dem. 4' Castin. Oun.: 170-majority too loii? in the Senate with .Torrv Hn i. nnrl iM join cordially: in the movement, ifthe tinned relentlessly until the one w1!* *ac otM: .
1 ty, whcrp t1re i-t an extensive Navy Yard and other for Means 318. I be subdued and ali cui'"1 W
Ii the
; The melting ot the and 1 5(5( Perry received for i States shall
Urt-ckinndgc Lane know him to well to be vouching for the sound elecor.i! roe' e'fNew York is carried by the "

____________ I Club on Saturday ucning last, was the largest I Government w ork to say nothing of the Cus- j, Governor a majority 147-Democratic gain 170. ness of the "old and fox. f':5100i45.' J..i! result mist c--tre tj the [ free or slave 4
__________ *nd most enthusiastic held 1 torn House, Ac., more |persons are employed andii3"lC JACKSON. Jarkson cf j With this clear definition of Mr Lincoln'1* J da
during the canvas I is the home of Milton, Brtc\innl je anJ Line. The Journal has so often

We were pleased! to ee-e t>o many ladies honor the > money expcndttl bx- the Fenleral authorities I and( although in 1SOG it gave Walker for Gover- Subjugate the South .The Is nc. demonatrae l th s that we will not point out I trines and purposes w underUx, and r ipw

: Club b>- their prcm ncc. According to pre*ions than in ail the balance of the State put together. I I nor a majority of C3, the Democrats determined We shall be told, as w e have been told a score ia what way this benefit is to accrue. In by Mr Douglas himself two years ago, the Aw-1 xd
Now according to the sage conclusions of this witc of times that Northern any erat wants to know should I p
t Republicans do j why Douglas I mithLincoln's
notice Mr WM. seek
D JJtoxitt akIrc-.ced the meeting I to carry it for their distinguished son; and gloriously not event, !however, whether Breckinridge be advantaged
Es'-cutive Committee E.-teambia to dissolve the Umoa So I
ought to have it may be We do not administration against the South Lift Ib'
in an ah-! manner The pretty bouquets 1 1 given an overwhelming Democratic have they done it The vote as reported in charge them with wishing to dissolve the Union. or not, the triun.pl effusion in the Empire latter should decline to be made til I Ii ar

thrown at IK>> fret, and th loud burst of applause j but what is I he result there ? majority ; the Patriot of the 3d is : For Milton 504, Hop They only desire to inly agate the SuutA.-Piondtnce State u the dtfeat of Lincoln, and the horde of 'I war of sections.n a party
Why, a gain neither -
which jjnttcJ him at the conclusion showed kins 452- 52; (R. I) Post, Douylas "
the more nor less, of nearly three hundred to the majority Congress, Hilton 506, Allen organ.In %ampiers! who propose to wage a war of exter -4.tfslverslty .....-
estimation whVh the aud'encc placed his 472. House, Pooser Dem. Robinson this contest "I AM INDIFFERENT"Win. mination" the South
upon J504 against and
- t( opposition At the Navy Yard A RicAanlwn we believe that or the South.
precinct where
----------- confidential
effort. It wa- indeed an eloquent, able and ciTecTL -i I U i-* said [11.1 officers. operatives and laborers" Dem 518. Dansby Dem 4S6( Roulhac Opp, Douglas. friend of Judge we are patriot cnoighto desire the successor The Srithern Episcopalian say : It s* tha

the spee-h. Use the Iower ant 1 patronage of the general 4-57 Erwin Opp, 477, New-some, Opp, 438. But refusing to combine with the friends of any movement that will accomplish such a result, great pleasure that we announce that the I Cor: rmer sIc

-re WAS one point! taken b- the Speaker, and o\eminent" against the oppoiiition the vote I DUVAL.-This is the home of Gen. Hopkins. Breckinridge in New Jersey will give the State even though the prospects of our favorite candidates Stone of the principal building of the Uniterof sity

which ha heels much harped upon by the Opposition was: Miltou/t/ r, Hopkins tuty-tiro ,Hilton and His majority it will be seen is only 44. Hopkins to Lincoln.in"1864"Then, let it be; it wiUgite ut t'lt organi.xatioa should in no sense be improved thereby ,the South will be laid (D. V> with approprceremoplea

dnruig th" present canvav, which we no- Allen each received similar : 275, Milton 231 Congress, Hilton 263, Allen 229 -S A. Douglat. i -.s.- at University Place,Franklin i Cw?, W
tire We allude to Senator BROW j'a resolution vote. are He declared the election of Lincoln would be CIVIL WAR IN CALHOCV.-QflET IIKVTOUBD. ,
f Tennessee
Protection. lacts which show that all this stuff about office j j majority >r Hilton 34'! Canova, Douglas Democrat no cause for dissolving the Union, and THVT HE t>n the 10th day of October
(n Mr
IJlox'aam. said : holders" elected to House, the Opposition having WOULD USE FORCE when I No Southern heart can fail to beat with vtni: *
is the merest of balderdash. It exists I no as Senator or President, Calhoun county m Wet Florida has long been
Great rmph.i.-5-t ha> ln.cn LuJ upon the vote i candidate of their own. His to carry on the Government and thy towards this whir
only in the of majority over Jau- preserve it from notorious for great undertaking, !
in faor imagination niue in immorality and i
;Tiin ofnotor l>own resolution, introjucc.i men I i disruption.-Mr Dojiglai crime among a portion pronIl
don JJulcigfi muses
is 46. tpeech to be
a blaming whole tn
to our countrra
during the p-mlenr of Sena'or Davis' buckram, who, knowing that they have been j jntfutli With the of its inhab'tanta. To rid themselves of these '
mi-4*. It U askelVhiv 1 -lid j ST JOHNS -Milton 143 extracts (says the Washington magnificent monument of the cnttrprwebberality it1 '
Bn-ckmridcc Detn- are anxious to relieve the people of the I Hopkins 104 Con- Con Mution a number of the citizens organized a Regulating

dxrathSnatt'r* v.t\ down tin resolution irtroUiced -I responsibility and throw it upon "the recipients press, Hilton 202, Allen 06. Senate, Simkins, ) dees any one doubt that Mr Lrjccln. Band ai.d sought to expel the outlaws of our people; and no Churrbmanbe caS
if by
by Sen itor Brow elected Pre.ent w.H a regular
A to I be n&u/kiry tune n for Ofli-iMppi.the Federal declaring Goenincatt" of Federal patronagef( Dem., 209. Stephens, Opp, 88-majority for Sim- of Jiit-ce the cordial c operation foray In the m'Ue, two men, belonging to without a deep and abiding interest in t: work

One ether kins m bt. Johns 121 house Mickler Dem Dojglas and his friends in whatever the I which, with the blending of God, must t trad w Iti
protect the rights of the Hlavcholders r" part in this name addres-s1 is just 203, be -I.e fox-n.-r, were k'llrd, whereupon the ciril au- '
Mr. Bownereflation declared cfftttThat about BajaOpp,89. may yl cy of the Black Republic-a to the advancement of our Zion.WON'T .
m ridiculous tlionnes
a* as quotation ab>j>e. Read I party towards the South* Mr interposed and sought to rafjrce the
fptrun' having shown that the Douglas irm-v
rntitiiwi and it' j Putnam votes with feL Johns for Senator but h Aiorresenent
3. cf the Sentinel I I.Mananno
ftmnon laic are alike inadequate for th" pro'ectioa I I Island organ says it is to augatsthem. Mr. writes from CTIXD THE MCM CANDIDATE-II
of alaverj in the territories, the duty ol Congre FtUotP-ntu'tu : The contest for your State offices j there can be no doubt of the election of Simpkms.I Douglas himself says if the South Oct. 2d"Judge I stated in a 'ashru"rrn d'-v.-ti that t5 ev tor :a

< is i imperative to interfere in the premises. is now over, and although the result is not I NEW KIVER-Hopkins 222, Milton 172I .- from such attempt to flee McIntosh s-.ggested the propriety of I Yuiee, of Florida, d'thres that nalcj EreckmbyDouc- '

A* for mv3c! I object to th'-! v.-h.tuu on ac- yet fully known, enough is known to inspire hnpe Congress Hilton 211, Allen 133 Newborn elected a catastrophe, he would use force to Judge r .nicy and or SoS:citor, CoL Barnes, coming I!' ridge responds to the questIon! anowered -
I -
count of it* word'ng It is prrjwwterou* to say and stimulate your committee to issue this address to the House put them down That is the true issue m this cry into li.a county to try if possible to get them hiss at Norfolk, and answers it differently> will

tat *experience" ha shown that the conntitutionM of enirotn'iUon and en&ntragemott We may -politics unknown. about disunion. The whole party at the North [the Re Dilators] to de'sht and disband. They 'j be mpelled to vote against him.-Sat rtp? it&of

- Inadequate for our protection. As intcrpre- not assisted have succeeded in defeating our opponents, | ESCAMBLV.-There is an army of officeholders' who support Douglas, and the Bell and Everett we:it, ant on 'IouL'mnight: Gen. Anderson re- j We are authorized, says the Eut FLirs SIs
bv the Supreme Court, that ln-'trument as they were by an array of office-holders j colved a 1:ixitch '
by al
is fully and a large amount of federal men, also, admit that it is the src messenger, from the the 4th Oct. ini
adequate for the prulc-ctioa of our coiihUtutional a corrupt adiuinu-trallon ; but M e have gained money purpose ot tiie Judq '. .atmg chat his tOurts had by several of the most

t njhta, acd will never nrfiv- a failure a.s enough in the conflict to encourage ua to continue expended in this county Of course it has gone Black Republicans to subjugate the &uth f jet tire, and for hm( to summon out 2uO proved abor : friends of Mr. Yulee, including gentlemen who
men and '
ln as we have a Snmte Huprcme Court and : our efforts confident" that the day of success is for the Democracy Let us see Milton 151, if there is any resistance, Mr Douglas say that he come to the advance of the civil authorities So have recently seen him, to pronounce the !bore

- Eiecttjre. entertaining Democratic view* of our dawning upon us. Hopkins 39C-majority for the latter only 24o'! would "use force" to make them submit to-day we are making preparations and will leave i i u utterly and entirely without foundation.

rilata. If the Constitution of our country ia a Now w e- ak w hethcr such gross statement as Congress, Hilton 172, Allen 389-majonty for Allen ---- to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock, for the seat of
failure, then f very ligaim-.it which binds iw together arc contained in this extract calculated war. This baud of Regulators has been ( 1i eE
aa a uaite'i peopiei4 severed. Had the are to 217. Abercrombie, Opp., elected to the Senate, LORD BROUGHAM'S SZ-EaCn-GOOD ADVICE FOR teed some two months and organ- ) SpeMrBreenHdges speech,U*

resolution have pas-ted, however it would have to the reputation of the Central Executive Committee" and Blount, Opp-,elected to the House by large ma TIlE SOUTH.-Lord Brougham, in a speech upon compel what is known, as the have Durden been trying to Orleans.Crtxent,a Bell and Everett paper,thro-

n been merely the of for curacy? Did they not know at the jorities. In 1858 the dubious relations leave the party to ing aside the little of the pcuisayt ;
cxpreV.on an opinion, and Perry, had a majonty of 25 in between France and Eng county They [the Durden party] have j I prejudices mere

1 earned with it no weight It wa but a declaration lime they penned their address that they were Escarabia-.-opposition gain 270. Will the "Cen land, said: so far resisted and are now in arms for the purpose :-

voting of for an it.A .opinion entertained by the Senators beaten most overwhelmingly ? If PO, why seek tral Executive Committee" put this in their pipes- u We distrust our neighbors-very far from it-.--- 'j Regulators of self number proteetioa It w reported that the J' It was an alIe: speech, and we have ro cbj(eC.

to inspire false hopes abroad ? we trust them but some 175, and they tion to niake the of itt the law siod, no case involving aa amount Why talk about and smoke it f we trust ourselves a great can bring to their assistance 500 say they against propnety
Iti(a than 410QO could be earned to the Sujvnn having "gained in the conflict" when their losses deal more-(loud applaube)-and we do the best other counties. The other men, mobtly from did not an wr the qaortwoi"proposedto -
. up WAKULLA-We are indebted to Judge HEN : thing, the kindest thing both for those party only number Douglas at Norfolk nor were they presented lO
- \ ? Court lint according to the Nebraska are to be counted by hundreds ? In 1852 Broomc neighbors some 25 or 30." ,
bill, in all case tllc! DERSON for the official vote of this and for ourselves in being completely, absolutely I
involving to slaves of what- Democrat elected county, as The '
was j of the
ever value there was aa appeal provided for- by'Govemor by about 300 follow Governor, Milton 168, Hopkins 146 prepared for whatever may happen.' I presence Militia produced the de- j The Crtxml gives a complete answer I w the

- 1iJ'i; to LV Cc"i M th" fir-t tribunal before majority. In 1850, Perry beat Walker for the 22. Congress, Hilton 173 Allen -majority < 'sired effect; and the result baa been the rostora- I clamor which has been railed against Mr BrInridge ck-

>am office :ict; and ia leGo Milton carries the 143-mvjonty tOov.. Wn.taaofIndianadie of con- j'sumption 'tion of quiet Fame few
arrceu have -
been for .
SO. Soiatfl Walk r Don. 16? mada not answering qu<* tkns oot pi
on the l h instant. Dvrdexi, sad a nnn by the
name cf
Musgrove. In pounded to him



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!I lI tlidu4. O It>... . .. .7 : SOLICITORS EQUITY DRLGS&iE1MClliES.

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; .f. I 'L.54ry. . . . . .. .1':2 VV'JL; k"..tice: ill the 5-n1.nemeCI54rt' of the State GfiESOST A CO

; ; f G "..i ,&.-ni1.c&1. '.'.. . . . 173 Northpni S' r.C Itrf'Uh I Itnrt Coort for tht ,

d :; .. ; l'', i Mice, Oj p.. . . . .2 Court of the[:i.tniet MHdlo,.r and)H"rill.\\wuru anti Circuit.In the C5riulj Florida sad uJ DeisI*

:! -1; 'j : rt; ,.. ; :' I MtjoritT . . . . . . I7fiAw lorn.G"rp.Iirttth- -lr"iu the VIllei'8ta. u tal.iol oppoejte the Al I 18. Jt.\ppy TO 1'rf: : HIS rlUF. n'\. rv.'ONi AND THE rtr.LIC; GENERALLY, THAT HE Drags Medicines Ch1tmical

r l t% li" t [ ,,>_..Jladdocfe, Dem. . .. .. igo TI10!IAS JtALTZILL: A. J. 1LH.EK W DOW nf'tlnv; n.s 1dl .Ilpl t) v; uh cu.OprI.ea{ cerT Prtlcjc that 6l-oul(1( bc found in a lint claM and Dye Sttz.

.. .1':' to' 4 I 19 i eo I Perry ()rp,. .. . . .5 Oct.Late Chut Justi", t5. C. t. DRUG AND CHEMICAL STORE.
: : t8,11 21 Cl f 13. 1800 43 llM6tocU >ua heel Iet.ted ., ., .
;.. :' l --- witn tV-greatest can-and trrct attention to purity and will b. aohf as low ta

':'. :... 4.:13.6rs 4. i: t19j .nll, t ,' ; I M3ortty. . . . . . . ,155 I A NEW; DISCOVFUY" ---- can rooBib'v'! to. ly allY mikr cktablioJimcut in 11.rida, or soulu of Mason and DuoiT Lao. 4.

'-II. 4'il YAI 4W I I' Re1uki en IbIs result, the itt l'loriditm CRAB ORCHARD SALTS. I Physicians' Prescriptions .

: 259 234 .. *SO, 23- Pil Yi'- compounded with care and ntctnos at all lionm nfthn :
i |"M1IS article M niinurmctered dir "r night. His Stock consfst (n p rt of tno fol
107 JWlSYi from ,
; .. ; KJ The rvr 1 the the water uf I! "!ul! art c1Cr1. ''*. *-ur"c u mil! Vimnca. Dm." auj ,11'III'aI5. Putts Cftampnene _
? 4U 3S t fi'tlrCl pprik for thnnpthrs! and cH brated Hpnng at CRAB OKI IIAI;t>. KK- Hind Min i lueU ot :jj Oill. Burning
t. '-.".:'! 1st. Irt 11 Fcarcrh nonirfon.ncnL It ispropc-rto remark Ti'< KT. and i. n ('mjlile,. tttbtitiitttsr c .uh.rtt.' I tin,r. ilt-t I arti .! >< A. bu;h h Castor Ui!. f. r famih uf Perfumery, pomade, Combs. Brushes and = w
tt t'1 I2 tit'r Lcre thi: .rcrnandira Pillc. Fp!orn nlf. SrldlHr P, LIVELY.NEW __
wa tlit find toim within 'wd-p. Rrnb'fh PIn, T.uUKA""F.E. FLoRIDA.
I5 isJM; tber> II 19
..t :, : i 5 I:11..11..1.: I. . 45
:: : : li* .1 103 tlw rtatc wLirb |loa..sal ft Jutiotu
r:1: IN iMtum ofthe IT irni IfcVjritHr'! at iJ:'('I!"! "IHn ..".hlll i s x IIf" !,'w .n. when hn!uid to totecretion and of Clinton and Monroe streets, a ooo-
; .'.. 3M 1-C 374 15" (cotiTc&u: and that !V I : it- 110m. : n"I'm'utI plete stock cf cverytLkg usually kept la a wiU
> timV'c' G.; ItioMtull\,
.' I JliLTOX I | : IPIh"I'I.! in d. nnse-rento of the j GOODS NEW GOODS !!! stocked Dragc Store,
: h1.a :* 4> 3a. TdbCllllKMtN., OF Til A 1 1 tLU .ITION. S h'1'1} tie' :'|1': ant IT*, and o! the digestive onrane 4.
f-' -,- K : I '::) '..'itrl1., lj I'.. 1.1/11... '.- I.'/ ,; ". f,. vjT-*
...; : I., '. ; (;.,:../...- ..t IK lih lac nV 'r<*.'.'-nip l the ti,'IM' ::1! th. ,' Imp.; :ud ,iien. audin czars of iu..peuded FOn TIlE Paints, Oils Sp'ts Turp ntiB Varnigten.! Broahea, S S

S ": *1 r U* I p1eda madt' At tlmi time istnf it i. a wnweofi <"- C( h lent '.'i.: ir\ -. ieti. ui Ii ia Iits 1'i li Uml.n< d f Oaphenc, Burning Fluid WinJow Glara, Putty,Ac..

.. .: 4'.25O: rt.t! !: ''' 1III'I'J: : ; : u-taotion t S rf-orcl tar iu.t i\<.\. t1 in,.dropK-il flleti.Ut" cUpei dmj! on obstruction ofab.iu.tnal | together with m fine assortment of

';:.; ij Ct tOba ; g.f' :tht' m ii. Vati- ui :he It".t uiu.iii'Ukfalil!, ;I S It i* tome' :ind M.u.cei.'.-live i '-not 1 : i : \ : : 9 9I TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES
otimnhtin-j and IIron. :
L dc""u. PTALL \ : :
j mrt \'r to the n bt. T id honor of ;j tic, hence the u .e of It will not oultupcrced the iiLN; --J WLN1il CONSISTING OF

ei 44 the State anil uill ever IK. fi.uu.1 n'd,1tlJ" BLslam i I' habitual nceeehiti for active arcnei.tB, but ttoud*autoS I I I I i j \ '\ : I I I Superior Hmr.Tooffc.Nail BBK!ther Brn he : linen, '4
; 1(" 11"U i and dcft-n.1 them. te Impart a natural and healthy toue to the 00 ivoryiuidlnditltubbcrDresatngsnd Fin Comt ,

"'; : 3 3 9tj 3. i ." -, -- I. and boa el*. stouueh Fancy Toilet Sop, romMwirt Choice Perfumery .

"I N : //wi the Cltarfaton ('otrttruncr lthF-O tc:'poonful for an adntt dissolved In AT Ar &(., &c

\" I II tuiublrr ot.cold water To he taken at n'"ht! or All of which we will sell at reasonable price By
in Itnlltiiioro.
) early in the ,morumir keeping' constantly supplied with new and fresh articles -

.: 4: 43m .lLn oRE,8'p .nJ..f2 C.-HODM. K VAN" For cale at the Drug Wor of M LIVELY. D. B. MAXWELL'S and by strict and unremitting attention to bnsl-
!I' iis m ttY *, okc at Laoton. MarjlauJ, j J'Nlt'nh lieraz S (tobrr 13: IN'). 42 ness we hope to merit liberal shart. of the ptitllc
:'otS lii n 1S" ,
: .',: 1I5 1S1 U-5 : : wdll'Cl't-in'1111\! large :amliinci.. and rrca i patronage. Our persoril attention will be given toPhyslclauas

h ted a j'rof(, nd wniior. It ir alltR' l he made Pure ishLfnseed-Oil, WHERE CAN BE FOUND EVERY VARIETY OF GOODS REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET P."erlptlo..
--a i
: :-.H i3oa3 i ?oo converts to BRtrivivniDOL in the rollntlr. \.- BOILED \SD RA1\, FOR BALE LOW BY THE They will carefully cornpounjcel of the very beet

L..d "'u<. .". (, ; ]I 1 .*>CLI embarked Ion hoard o *.tuierpnni- ,S, :'. M LIVELY II a Vleidieinen, it all boon of the day and night

....... t.id Rhtr oat lc:1 st-clalh for the oc.a.;e'a. vid was ructcl'i '!I Oitober I 1". 1 >RT. .T. P TATCM- Hrcn ARCATR.TT7E .
._ :'. c 'f .c. i I writs I fcuoittn of"Iconic A id the firing of cannon: -- -- LADIEb -- -- -. _-- ----
---- \lK-t 2i,) cXl.'ursiollil'tJ from IJJt:i lore :' 'couipanicd i Attachment.Reuben S NOTIONS AND SADDLERY, have made Rrrnngements to import a great S

._ '> itlV Ku : Lini In t"l 'iu 'neT of th< roiighnrs ofth : Key. j In Justice\ CourtSecond District, HEAVY DRY GOODS I CARPETS RUGS AND MATTS cannot T r T many be obtmned articles from in tlilll Fngl market.md and I'ranee, which .
1. 1: 'I- Lon without a great
S :::'IUlift .- : wt':Mker. tLc boat failed to uatli Easton: tint:1 1it > (I'ountDt'bt $UJ 00. Dam.j mdvanoe
": (hirles Miller. J aea *oO (JO.rrIF. : on the original ((IfL Our Hair and Tooth
-. -n ; the SpTn fieH ) waa Late ia the af crnoon. )Ir. \AVCLY immc- In.f-ndnt I, PLANTATION GOOD, CROCKERY AND TIN WARE Brushf will be of the best Fnclioh manufacture, and
chateIaith' '"'d the \ast nit Utu!'c. lu'l.lm< them and ail others interested are here I I many of rnr Extrai't. int-r and Llooorfl
l'.h' th't Ole of the ': J. I hy notified of thctnnmenceiueiit Ctf thin are Srocurrd trom tne lar"eJrmann elurc .
i tOil and
fcjH'IfJ: l lJo1Ull.lj 1 l l.v Iim tlucjutiKe lor tic, hours. exporters
",.: r; orator hw Hu defeLce of t liunstlf igam-'t the cf returnable to a Justices Court to tc held at the j, of Func, *OB fejnciitJy we powexs ndvactagefi .
I Court House in the! city of 'IaU.tha&iee on the second witch no other Southern Hoooe dOC ; and we
here LI>COI.N b-es. d-anwui-rn; wa utj.f.1ctor' to his fnenjs. He i iputle Monday 14th day Januarj" A. D, lb61.and l.> EMHROID'S, GLOVES & HOSIERY, HARDWARE, CUTLERY invite the attention of PhyiiloiaDH Planter and Merchant .

S spe'h 1 l a Black : : :'"red. to show ikit )Ir. HKE KIVRIIX.E was apj'car And |,lead tithes itne *, at home and abroad, who hare .fin e}e ulngle -

realh the cinl) Union candidate in the CtKl ant(1 I Given under, toy hand and Soil line llth div; of Qc BOOTS ShoES & CLOTHING NAILS AND HOLLOW.WARE. to theIr own Interest to rruuine our Mock before
:.. : L the S:lU R( : I sid I tliat v.thuut: the cemstiti t-on, tLc Union %\is : tortr. \. I).. 1N,1; IM. \\JsT. [rL:8.] i,; purchasing elsewhere

r -' : : u:ht the Ilia. Wta ts1'c1eaa: He wa unrtM.n'cdJ.r! tu favor>f the i Oct. 13, ."'n). 4J-3m. Juntiee-of the leacc HATS AND CAPS, !: &C., &C., &C. GREGORY, TATIV & CO.
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: L : .fRkfr5L: ronmtuUon cnJ the Liue>n. II

-,. .: I7''pcrC4i t. : So speech ever produced a greater tfTect in I 1I4O1ll' D1X11N ( E. Persons des r jiis cf buying will do well to call and see and examine my Stock, as IwilJ For Coughs, Colds, &c.

." )f"J to COt* tir Mm laud or wa wore generally admired thin I I 0NICHOLAS- rrrws PtL ONAP.Y B.\L i..ur.
unkrsolJ D. MAXWELL
be in this B
S .catI.r Behb : Judeloncif )Ir. \ACEJIanv' of the audience j MIKE not by any one city. _LI Ajer Cherry Pectoral. "

.... ;.,Jt..1.: for h,a utPQe heL tears of j<>\ : a id u hen in Iii, suM:me pic'. j jrre i TT VMNd nuted the above TALl-AHVSf-EE, Oc!, 6. 1S60 41-tf %. iFtar' BiJnaui of Wild Cherry,
t.tiblihhnient I is Hoofland of Tar.
S5 rI'r of I that Star be he comjiared the! fight now making l h L L jiired to in Strop '
5- > serve up quick time all //**. / Brmkerhoof' Compo Ex t. of Roots,
= ,. it e'erv man will linFCTkiNRiDeiLf-friends ti the print charge of the ilCiicociei of the 'C.tstofl.aUih as OYS- ?\l HOPKINS & CO. Nowcll Honey of Liverwort.
State Male & Female
v :TC the war vtb. : iicDoNAto at the battle \\agntm, the enthu;i TII'E MM1)1) 'CKSaud gitic of rre'l Seminary, -ALSO-

,, .l'.t! r datM J : :.->LJ L ew no IxvindMr. \VN< EI peakl at '\er\ "aretHot; (otfic aiua)h ou hand t rro\\ RECEIVING THEIR LSLAL FALL LOCATE) AT TALL.4H.tS.iE S

"i t i\.if. ana maj \ luai'i :(u. I)< ':m :an. and rtdenck.. Man'land him a <'ail). MM ncne will go awaj di ati'-flcd. oard .1lup"ly ofFANCY -- Mrs \\iDfiloff' Soothing Synip fur Ctaldxto.

'Ie 'opnojivi the hi.C't Th'i he to \ i ui.t the day c.r tttk.OsloIsnt I EXERCISES >f thu Institution in the Mile Teething
got irgiu a. Ii. l.OJ. &, STAPLE DRY GOODS THE For sale at the Corner Store cf
'.,:si 'Vai* 1 ::1 cl,,at h: c itnp:iign. S _41-tm Femalelepartinezuta, tslllbcresnmcdonthe Drug TATUM & CO.
.1.i'! Lad : f. URif ( If OCTOBER.lnd the Iru.tccs hue the GREGORY.
ate ---
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| t .
----.- c. .
-- &atiraetK of announcing to their 'Ulo w cuiztna
.'_ ::.u::g taca 3n ; : { Tbc Kale .'h (N. C \ ,S.ijrreftmnc to a diAI Moo,laj' nest October 8th, will be bold before GROCERIES HARD 1101 LonIInd the public in general that they have secured in Liquid Rennet

,,: IDt"6n tothe I at. a naau tctLied for the Ph lidtlj).hia !'-<*'. iLief > oihcc the Male Department the scr\lfti of PHILIP II NEW PREPARATION, from which several .

: t'-'e..l ofail !nw's w 1;", in of Uou,La Iud f.11 tbl/oJ. thus 'Tectn tbe 2 LIKELY YOUNG NEGRO CI'OCIEI''JXTA&l'F.. Fsq, as Principal and Prof.*sor of ] A ery excellent demeru may be prepared; simple
.' 11'L the wh.tc; : : tta:cnu-c! that lho L Clingrian aud V.;. I MEN GLASS Modern Languages ; and competent asK1SUQ wholesome and economical

I :, :- 1s.' Lxccla Ilolccn wtrt for Dou Ia*: 3gci 21 aol 21 rcirs, FUilroid or held h.indi. WOOD A WILLOW WARE :S For sole at the Comer Dreg Store of
S 'J f L:L.coln! for he \vS caLl eH.ak] i loc.lt'ilhd for K.th )Ir. Hollea and Terms cas-h. R. H BERRY. Auctiorccr The Female Department will be continued under GIO.GORY, TA1UA1 & CO.
l-. C.u.Jiin. au I ui nsccn that tuc di.natil above I*. S. II Lot told ocfwre the Sill at ]Private! tale will A the charge IMIStISMI1H, as Principal Mrfi FAJ.ME .. October C, ISwO 41NewandReliablo
agree : ."1 to t itS M'JO) >' f:14e.li! uibtu. The dihj,atth be positne'v told at Auction on the day Rpceiflcda BLLLft* Asattlant. and MRS CASE -

i tcrv i.rooal"Iv manufaituu u Philadelphia. ',____ _[Ort: 6. 1'1 0. _41-lt_ SHLD RYE FLOUR, The Tuition let in the Male Department for acession Articles
; : ,
.:\.t Doob 'ho Lo : S of 4" months in advance :
----- Pumice Stone Soap Champion
: !nut If: ; (: rTAiiKir.: i!. Notice. SUGAR KETTLES, &c., Spelling, Rcallnpritin?, Elementary Anthuctlc S Knife Cleaner, Japanese Boot and Shoe, Polish, .

TA:., : u"ut', Jet U'th, l,/i iCuu'n 'VIlE CITIZENS OF TilE F.STERtr.1l OUTII .tleuientvy(Gtcgraphv ana Grammar French Imperial Liquid i Blaring I -this liquid impart
, n: "t ciders ia the ; at ta,. I E.ttrn lo i rtiois of Jetfe:bon cou..tj., having BRUSSELS THREE PLY . : $1000 to all kinds of Linen and Moans the blue that u so
I!' -.Ererett .. rcif 8 1IIar'iou..e 000 1J..p.It.; f rniei Iln .'ul.Vb"hticn Societincite all pro- The above with Geography Grammar, PractI much desired by Laundresses
the eck"JO b..leli .
a thtollcwiuf | nets : ufl: r-l"ver* tatu o! Jcffcraon a:1.1 wlj:>uung coun:leg to AND LSGKAIX CARPETING. cal Ar.thrrctic, Intellectual Arithmetic
-----s- at B :-JasSi, : M a' 9 50 at II. :Jal9 29 -ALSO-
; ; ; ; j :in tie in ni their uict.lCiri) itt Hhz-d,ctli Church Hi orj. 'hvslcal Geography Phy ioloer -
_' ::. ..".''f !& ir ar Tff 10. III:IK A. COLLS: (I"'.** "'.''' eight nut''t, e-tet o' utKclk' on the Sandy lord They wonl call l tl attt:;on cr porehascrs to their Science Things, Algebra and first Ccd LiTer Oil r.us ton's and Uegernan's celebrated

A >. .J:" Hcri.IJ road The tiDKs of meeting King on \\ fdneHdirI Iinrentockof KLlUjE\i, HI..VNKr.f> end NrOUOSlIOFb. book of La'm. . . . .. 20 00 brands ', Quern Cod Liver Oil Jelly, flavored.
J hi IUn C.r'fu : 7iiici; : I fttr the fourth vun'li> in each month The next [ CILKJ, :: 40-Ot Higher Branches of Mathematics, Languages The Jellifying of Cod Liver Oil enables the

.1W HI 'tic' kIic- of ( !i me<'ting I'ting oa the Jlat lot.t. Come all friend of --- __ --_. ..-- and sciences . . . .. & 00 most delicate stomach to receive and

: e I.5'3. WhiCh : Southern inbluution Border of the meetingEducational New Goods.Incidclltai ExreMC-8. . .. .. .. . 1 00 retain. tide great remedy. S
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: :.\1 ai Tnixulc .- : OMol..r J"'iCl. -It-h 'rE are now rrreuic our ftor. of Fall and Wn FIDI.Lm
PORT OF ST MARKS.Al -- -" -- -- - -- --
I R'iT. A Fresh Supply of
iu aerojet c,f __ T tcr (,oculi. which w? arc tell n-_- at fi:r r roO .
.. j:.' ,'h il W C : 1(1\ LD; \ J MLO1Nl: \lt>habct. Spelling. Rtadinp! Elementary Arlthmc.ic pvENOLO\ BENZINE, Durnou'aCatarrhSnudAnodyne .
rpHE fcOlTIILUN TI:.VCIIUS; AGENCY i S' : j ). Lcnuet.tary Gt; r'pbyrltlllg. Fnguah Gram i
'_. L h".l:1; '. fct -la'ttHLtc\ :\,(. c BT.11. N c w ()rktp. t siui JL jorcd to furnish; Tcaehe"i to Lnij.lours ispre in _:_J.t.- -- --4w- :'----___..___ -- ".or. \ "J/-I! h::, Natural: Ilictorr. 1.lor-ophy His I'i :JL/ Toothache Drop. Pectoral Honey of
f th jccle > : : .CCtrt.IU'i: in I1npl l n'tor 54dJy.by < aryla.rt : Liverwort, one of the very but remedies forCought.Coiila .
: r. { of the South or S'mtliw eft. Thi vwlte: ) :Ta- l GjAOP.<'I"1 'ei t..rv "r.ih' St-t -. An'-I'-nt history, AI'lrOllllrlY,
Ld ", \\ot. .
rtti>i : f ;; Uv a r.r I'.r : > .JoJ. .e. liomau Eye lLlsalllSi--aldiDg's Prepared
.' :. tnt 1 c P. 8_hr. t rki'!, na. V nir. !ViniM.bLe .!tbt*l-. te,upd a great C'I'nh'uio net to both 1:1II1.lo: i v, r. and I I' l.lO:: CO FE F. Aj e'-i. ';t:P:;ct .f .tit"*. Composition. il P. Tu -; Glue ;
0, S i" a,uLg 1-To le ,'L.r., iud maI lv, relied on m )jcnmiiTt an,' ret JAIA tiou feet wiJ ccrrespond with those In tLe Ma.e DC : .
\tS :tL3 IN POIT-bert 2i o .-fl.i 5 LTDJTII ----- ----- ---- -
ii. iucuu l12..iJ.Ic.d -l'' J?. I'. AGEXCKwlcr \ Subaru -, an:ne='
: ( > ) I : Can!. .; ,"u ? .7 1l"J.arirI. > Ircfcsa.e of M Jic ad DrawIng and Modern Laapua
I wliat d ( G. tbtt 41-ot Laltnaore Md. I ,
: 1"\'I'"tu *> u E 1. rIMr.1Mt'J' '.-. Diisd Anlc1. '
4 ': ,: : :\i IL S'i' i h.aIs; L Hmd! :.'. 4J .* toot in 8.a'h Ho;. --- II. :" }" "crioye' In the ciy accorJicg to tbcjreftrcBixa
J r. : :-e to \ flb3'I ;' Edward -l\f' West.TTOHXEY Omirir, r t:'tcr and Soda Crackcis, of tvi" ROCJ: POTA ,s//, FIRST SORT
raL t b ,. U' :::m. '. Murray. lJ; t m- 1 ka..lne! Green mack putsiu.operuot
and Tea
.S "itusti;
S ,
I ;. l:e'i.LKU:n. c T! Son!:!:. *':.K lot:'. AiZ'hargint. ; :. Military Tat:tn tLc Mare Drrartncnt are aught I
; S .1 i ::t< ''-. : .. J 1..;i .. b F. N"e.. ;:11; too .\ AT JLA"V.Jl'STICL To:lc S-vaT, to a1! Lose parents de* re i it, free of charge. Pure Wines and Liquors,
S 1 "n. "ifc I Wf- C,. -r. Wa;4. Lrii-rh.4 lltoi... in S-jiani-li! Hole OF TilE PEACU rune Clic\n: T,baceoI Each I'mly \% ,.t of the Suwannoe has the right
! : .,I' ::.vl.J ..: ._. : : br \. -'('Ul. .< t..n'. d S .c. Ifcnaa'ToNr" \" -' of a cat cc (.stnn.IiJu NOTAKY PLKIIC, Also-.Vii ad i>rliTHUl of 11a&l1Cl, f- I\n1 -totl,* frm-Oc! dtpirtnicnt, uch ocholvu to I -
_ > :Lcr. jiau u a -. T..ll"-_, F7.--its FAr br r. .tJ. ar.t"ranlulLt..t by tho Ccurd of Conntjr COIDlDtsion- Paints, Oils and Glass :' S
: ( ,lira' a:ordnn. ei-t. t2. IbtJO4w ertcftLtjr countiesLadies' I
dl'n.-tirmf11t pILL attend to all buMuc&a entrusted to him : rccrcctue Unseed Oil, boiled ted raw; Jcwctt & Son -
,I cielrtjoa I
.1 Al\ ni'h !lidtbt\ anti iitch. Particular :stun Pure Lead In Oil ; rrench and American
j':1. :.oi, 'r" : Saed Oats. Since the fuMicaUnn of t> ---- ( ,
Window ;hnu White
= = (iou IlIld in taking t
., : .v c .' ,11. ur : List of Letters PI- Ofrttt a"ott Irotz A Ilnpp Shoe Store OA A BLSHELS of Seed OaU just rc-ef'\.J rcrOUU the :,<.l.oo'! have succeeded in tecurhig, in the Female I Cine Paint Jru hr!, Putty, &c.
i: .(:.a U'gtoctd: ai' : Octo'icr! C, l'm.II; Brig Gen. Haa-y. O & J. MEGLNMi. cmirarv, the sen'ices cf Profcoor SAUTORI l eSqt.

:. "1., Il >: :- : E"I.\lXI\G in the IW Oiiici, Tailahastec Oc- -- 2...1t'-o. 6W-t9 -- Department of Modern Languages, now so C'6sentlall DEODOKIZED KEROSENE OIL.
r 1) ,1 : -- -: --- -- a in the education of
"tJo"l fart
toter 11th. 1 eery
1 iT : : :J"wiug 2 are 'IL S "Marshall Sale! '*ut>ter Dusters, tarnltili and 'WCe-w..b
sI: .%.-,e en t-y -atf !trrnt -''dt'h"" Leo] >Iddler. Cloaks.1I:1C.! Professor S. is a graduate of the celebrated BranUrn.T'ATSTAKV .
Tttnr.u\: 5S.-T II Bemn! Mr* jDttine barker Mrs Eliza cf A writ of fieri facia issued from the of Lashes S L nirer"ity of Pidua an J long a successful Teacher In I ."i

'., (.i \../o kt r and tkJu\ >-\ao. .V bUuiuui Win J bozimorc !! .V BranthVu ', Birtnc Court o' the United Sttlefnr the I\HNEa "" In I.. t Cioaksjettreceered J. ..IE4jINM'S. ttc College of Lynchburg. \ ft. : .
td II Urn'II, tt..r't I* ;rJ.t.r. I' \'. lC.u. (: tiohn Nt.rthcm Dietnct of n"riditu,1 1 to me directed and .ale' \ full {('..**c of instruction la the Modern Larbelt. ;
) I
1ij0. /:
t. S .' S, hiug tietn J BurL... L I* bostio, Reuben. T harrow, Heur\. < 'lit t red. I will lIelI at P.'.lie sale in front of the -. bv : gul;eit will bc p ven without extra charieEPPES Stewart's Candies
Pr \. 'h t"ohusdi (tort lI'u".. III the town ul Jasj.cr. Ilinultocri CI'., I -- -- 1N ITes, Konrd L 'if*;i Lit. ,

55' :cner Icarus 4'.-hhvr\ K CarJ. MrP 'ou-.n Clt-\'ranJ.! tla., on th' tir-t Mdaj in Noveml next, ,:..t1111ltb. --P-R- 0 C L-- AMAT ION Sept. !;' __ !_ I \-t LM IVOPt t find HO ROPS, GUAVA JELLY bhred S
1'; .I:3! : narr-tuc 5>.-CU* II Dj-e.Lt. D Dcn.M\, "l.ID.\ Daprcc, .. u nol buns c.f s-tie. all the n;ht. till :lUd 1 inter _T Prt-tMi Merrill Yea-it Powder, Refined
pr ; t ." ;t.n; of Jhat ,'i t. F Ltn.Ii.t'hrly, it,! which Jcim II tinker hart on he tutu div of To the Ladies. hm ;!iirP. tur Jtll'iH. Lliui Mince. Ac
1 ,ivaitU rn Cs1monla. .TaauarA. II. !N) i. in vid to that certain tract of \ -- -- -- -- --
: ,;\if |,resei tcont! I L >Miiia SIMPLE CHEAP & D LHABLESEWING
.i L h,, aaxjjian l. : 2'._It.. H ImI ( tHel'r. Alex tanw. Dm fjiid lung an'I bcht7 in the Counts of Hamilton, Articles for'thoTc'ilet.
: '!l t- A. Mm Lhza Aim n..n Honda, descried in the Government eur\c an the \ '
iL Kn b <*
Frarlir. : vlriou" kindf
:. water rn "If.a .t drcairg
:.r by
S \ N. Klnd the*. h. MACHINES. J CVNDOIJ
N. and the .4ofthcN i
shire W.I"
JeeOiIl, Dr. (.l
,J <;.- OTITF i j. t-f"* eltn that an Election for ; 8.nM'e'l'l r"irm. or Peal 1taraGrtae
::",'nf'rroo the X. L of tl-
JI ". of th N. E. C'I' r-s-t. :
!l.-Uetit. lloil man. 11rah anrmoiiinu : 4 I ,. JLM nc.EI'JEs0 1 ', .' t(;
uJl I
F.U'I:: f ( )115'I f I l5L U : ; K v : ( rinan C.lJl'1le! I.nbins FxtPieti
S I,I't.:: th ( ; J Hart A K Ji.1I-\'. JaiatIi V. E. of rcc2!. town -lni'-5. rlI.g. II, N. in 1 E,
ill .
: ,
J. or- I) lloe. : less, Itvnlonl I 11':NT of the I nit' dMat 'R. will.he hd 1 tt the usual Price & Cagh Literal l luctiV11 to' and various of her drlicale l'crfIl I". Whf't'lcor' Orlental -
,- Tilt' tirt-i eotttatnlnCrip;: run 01 by 10 (
r. \r.! ; 1 J llardm.j. S Precincts 'In tlio *c" tMl C.'u:!tics c.f this state, on Lotion ft. r the couij;lex!on ; Pcrcf lain in.1 Metal .
!J w.-itu tlu of the haid J:>lm I
f u
;.S l .' ) 'i .ni. nc'. J.- :( virtue (si j i crtj The-at PUmUff 11 I Q D.\Y. tU Uh t1n v of N(1 I\ MiJLU vroximo.- WhoLsalt Purchasers. j lutT Boxes; Toilet Powdrr, Toilet Soap, S rery ,1
inVja"Ml JL Co
iri II John- [take titeanit 'f Iltrbou -
II. at
J A Jo< Claci :
1 11, :'t n .m'lhr .- : Ji ACT > The return tb.in.ofti be cama.vcd and rwirdc4 -Uto S choice and extensive varb-tv.

..' :. ..' tre alo! on. S I S 1 erm. of IJLACEItCIIN.aeb! nsliI f: S.1.. N. D f. the Secretary if fctitc in the manner prescnlnd A fOORE'S Patent Double Lock Stitch- --- h___
tr ; S. .n."4C1 whii i.-J I Lo1; '. Marshal 1,y liw for the canvass and returns of election for a i.>JL The bent Machtuc for poor and rich. 1 Tf-T RECEIVED a "upply fir"O TlR'S RAT.
aI S '. 1 ,!h., Larut.S J.-11S5 Nir.&b Mathw Hi'n J C :,.. fohn'.I by A. BeLL 44-td4 Deputy I l.e,.rcecnt't to Ccn/rin The number of Eke .TQO cLca> 1 it can't le good" cries on% fj R01UI *C., :\1IN\TOR," at the Cor- I
:. ( : t.-'!f 54 IJ C !tIIrU\'t., L J Morris J *'J Miller OC'to.r. 1..l. __ tors to Uv t1!.)en is throe Lut just j1me three tunes the cum, DniRbtoreof
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f J : :1" LngUL! Ch.rIJ Millard ('hai M Meswain, ):r. I r-rfc t< c ** I r;RFf.Oi1: T.\TlT f &
: I) M'.el, TI. ZuCimut Cviirt.-ln JJguily In Te tli">ir \\hcrcnf Teo <-irc rot whc.ih coah or paper CO i
L '-I 'r-v* vere :. hand and caned to bx ajisrcd the treat ..talcf Anl, 14 t %','u. III clunrs from C'ronr A Baker"

.1..1: ; ;'I i ners 'nft' \ : :=.:_ It II NcTTW, Iliaiiia 4Kel1V.. ) [ ".] the Mate of Fl.,nda. Done at the Capitol.I :'ow in reply! to al! tM" flumrnety, IiJ. | Citrate of Magnesia.

OL ':11" few of the <>.-.-Jetsv (Oduin S \s. v Bill of Pitorcc.Pa in the city Tallahassee, this 3d Uof'Sep Let acy JBtge can-steel mickincr7,
r I S "" -M miuy con I Iro l'-MtIiy Porter, Mrs Randolph in care .JOKrb ,id L. Kill:}. | trnlber\., 18CO Just compare the two together, I i THIS popular end tie'liji'fnlrricnt I IB nanuf: )
rill .. -. taIe. \\ : l Porter B BPercUu JulvPolk. It \\ I'.ramore, T rearing to tie hati'-factionof the Court by affi. M S PF71HTGotcnor ,.n1s1\ upon hi- conscience(, whether In small q j" iitit!..s ai a time BO ft<* to be a!.
they: 1'sri&: rl< 'He\ W. I'rau. J'IIIl1 h Y I.con. I da\lt tiled. that the defendant In tins Bill rtide of Florida. Ten dollar will not the diArcncc covet |. ways fr"n. e lt-xr A't'r t'It. Sodi and *><-idhtz Powders J
.t. J. lit'bar4ou 1 iI.iyward 1::- hear In the of inma'jctu.e. fresh : CoTi> !nd "yrtp of the Fhot .hates
'..d rotyht t.Mr( 1o.m""IJ.: out tuftht' Mate of Fkridf. it is ordrre tint a BT. the GoTcrBerftc t tF : cost I j.o >j CT -S
5cz 1i"Ilt' i.s ht.". l' teUoItPI.s. In" !I'C' h:ul upon the ru-tu oh:rced in taut B:H Kforc L. \;x.'rriot.F, But wits singular sim,'licitr; : Chemical. Food.ROCK .
; W J.hn S'II'il't'l. Win 8il'l'I., b\:1 N ofI lor "f i'stc. \.hich i" hi JPI'lene --- ---- ------- --- .--- -
.-: :ItUe. the Ju'Ue of the Mid il<- Circuit of the btate I Secretary efownieg .) SSeptem.c -
S tr-crai :,. h"I'I. r.l. Jill .** biiui'Mm, (.') T J bha\. Dr. Oeo P Ida on the JiM Mou:!a\' of Jiruary ncTt If 1 fur.I l ? Q. ::-1'1" D.> iio 1.5 Lrst cubt .jui wh;t at air, SALT FOR STOc.KEROSENE K.

!, .L dressed ,' tjt. thee <,rdcn'd. that: a ce.j\ of this order bc published I --. -- 5hQu.l: tli;, 1.i .n5cc': 01 c"a ,,hint. .
"' .ii.i time to S'-. C Tomhnson J P. Timraon V J linLUi in ibis Floridian & Journal once a w ick for the"I pace I V"h! M rrott .f I less than r "chtm lr"d per cent ? LAMPS
ee Uillilord Thorax \V atk ni, MiM 4'-.i t4fl : i, I. of three months I 'L ; '( k proof a yon rest ,
Thor-u %VikindJ t' ViI1ia, Mnt 28th \S Art hM :,:ei w:he.n i ut to tl c test. I
.5'P'S 5 .. ,' 1 *< eoicrcd fri \\ iS"n! U I-nsfT/I/ nt Chamber this day.ol f'estemtt"r.; L T ant Fitfl vitA the nv>' npprwid Bitrntrt.Ilaruiae .
W" W llrcr. 14 \ J1jlw". K Ou- OCice the OritelFIT .
lI'i!;. .anWtr. \ l iO. J.vAYLE: \ : ,'t $ J :'. .n I
ioi :ir" n, and IIT ,'! ... \\ ,V : U E William. D.vnl \\aiku! ". l1ugb OetoUrfi. ISO -I1-3m I \. -c -.... S BLAKE, I Fluid Kerosene and Lara Oil,
.:cd Midi -- ..1ir10 -
I Ifr
tb I \'In.UlI| e; S Sole owner of the pitei for 1
tL : P. r..tlilto etIHn; for all) of bc ah..n l.tier. LOST C1.TEV Jtc.niUrf., : f iI 8,iSoO_.J"7_-tfl L_tac State of Ilor.da.Florida ._ I 1JYLL O* FRhsII 11011
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h1:, firth at a ? : : "AMI. 1'clr'tro\'ttr.1 sN \\ ..In 'fd'lv or Tfiufsdjr list:a small MOROC .,-t. 'Q '. Railroad.For I A PliISI1CONGRESS SUPPLY OF t
October13. IN ic) (ltJ::] 1\-: (. / CO OCKF'T BOOK Cc.nta'nm S WH f'f >20 \. .J.1. ',\ot r
tftsir jrii! t. | each- the Marine Bank GJ. and one *. I'lll I! LaniKeiullit WATER.
on j
IS I. si the GUARDS. '. N. Y.. and a nt te payable to )fl' anbl.Ormond : u'iZ: A ;D ___________ i .
: rr- 7"'P : ." A large and tt BeHetcJ .1. ,'ell recollected, tick of
;-hJ : ui-cOTctc-H .t Co.. orbeircr. f.r a" f\P: ..t:1 F1!: : :IS I LVESS: ,2..2ii: ". I
'I: :1!."r thin *. I i ATTLXTI6X Rh.ut -lr<0. M D & J. E. McLtan, of ThOllJa'\'!iIle I Tooth -ne of GI.EGOK1TATLM ,,f
front tinder \nl1loe i t-uitaMv rewarded bj leaungthe For eMe at the Corner Dos; Store G-E OF HOURS. rarnifh d
We for dn'l in C.H. The
? meet
.ni-h .0 : ordered to I '
I;. 01 .r.' -.rt..y: i. CO.. TALLAUSSLFWIDa. 11/4 ite-iruah //*/*/( ,*
sity othctInsolvent'. OCHAIN ; ft
1 -SI c.f the cmrt Huu III I : rr&'iffii rime at I t. ... 'tH.ow ( .ter .erStl, ltCO* Train will MIn I imijJcte stock
.n s' 1"v '
afr o"dOt" \f., no T5tredaY nt. 1"tll ill' O" +.llot'r t:. 1..r.\ ,, pt -- : t J rtaitih Jbr .(Jruimny. .pt

itv1 :, ( : ;I.III"I..llt..) ".-'rt'Ser of the ('aJ.(..in.H. --F'--N- Y'o-r-k-- }/t".I1tt 4
.' :nno'I I 1ft.. I B. M I tXS ELL. Orderly.k4oiurr Estate Notice. I VI "d F.'i1rJ.ll I __ _. 1y -:

1','; !,::, 111, 1'f'1: j jI ( t:. 1 410. ,'JllLEON -TtTF 01- FLORIDA. >. '''IIF Brig E. REMINGTON W'h. aff| I.cne: Iernnnd! at. . . . 12 45 A. M I Just Tcrccei __
.';5tn z tt 1rt-t t : HUSSARS. \ji'on t Count' i : I IterkHtMl: MnXIF liotturidge, : 'III ;;ili at... .. . ::;: i.'d 1". 14. S *. .. -.. '.. : ,
''TO- .:: I:' .h".uld bixi' ; i E. M VON. AdminIstrator the citate load with dispatch for the abovpuitl! tsr iiebt Arrive if Prnnsca tt.. . . . .11.15 'I \\ e'gar.r"rJrsh "or..t..ll'"hlp; KM FlIs..
I ':,t "d-'k m 1 it i Attention D\\ID,inptbitd Jltt8Vit.. Hte of Leon county .1 tlrrly t" J ULMIAMt Agtut. .l"5lssn7CrTromn Oil Tuesdays, Thundayi cud ,5-lt'cr- LQhtC't'. } r..t. .a'1ce. Pickled Lobattra
nd Probate of Mid : Mark*, Oitobcr C, b.). 41 .f : l!mClDo. Fresh Msckerel I
uuurLcd i iIJJd rWa filea inCise Court ';:' Plekil'. Omono,
1' j TO .\.TTENDtit d hain' dj111;, 1/ PM'r.
'I' 1 ;i iIi m '. Oi' AflF I1EHEnY ORHF.HEU ni'tint' of Cbe '! ,.:;inta wnt 'n tuuetion: that he t>elic\'M the ----- ---------------- Leave Fernana.na; at. . . . .l'.? P M. 1,0 l't.Iant: ,o < Dstr, Anderson. Solao

'. .id = (kl.shcr qU:1rh'rl aturdi\J' 2th ..I! ..flictaidjroathtti'. Boins-elltObeiflPIulVCflt' I For New York.TMF F\l.lwiJ\ . . BAa la'uh.: and 1 r.'xu3; WlerproofMatebcaRoee, ,I'
; \ .m t> M.. on .p'.rent
II "a.'t'"i1.m i. \t.'illr. at t! ( 'd. k. tlO" l1wrl'l )rk i r's : ":," ely order of i : VJ'W tLr.y. Orderl basingi'lauty; 1\i: u't "ai,1 e't:tl' to lrl VILENo>tA will loid fur the aljjvc 1'0Arri"c at Bronscn nt . . 5.10 ;
the -
S I5 n'. .t or Probate If raid county n ttlncadaranJi F1 ridays.J. .
q Ihe "' nc "it? tht' Jt lt' 'or freight a1'1.ly to 1I.aA. 'r Train on .1Ilf/'IdaJl', C :;
\. !r j 1 __ nt'It. when tb T-J'ASTREET A INIMITABLE HUK
:iwfl up O..r.i* __ I before the 3d day of April IJE It.\Y. A ent. 01... I

'S'S." ,,1! t ilact 1 HBHHY ...1ictio't'i". I 11e a pro .at.t dir-lri1.J1ttion of thlund, IOnt St Marks. Srt. 2 1SCO$ 40-SlAdministrator's _______ Lc-iv llrnaoui at.... .. . .. ... 7--A.M. 1 I -J-J Q. wanaatod to restore grcybs.irto.
; __ ____ _
f ... { coler.at the Corner flStore k"
I 'I. war \ in n. ii. tbrl'ditOtr" of"a1.1 e"t"te. } -- ---- ---- ("eville at. . . ) I
I 0 Probate.o. Sale.T'IF "t..l .40 GREGORY, 1ATUM fc CO.
II .,s'Pit.u l .' I Ol.t. r.0'1.. 41..fun Judge Baldwin : .: 1-- ___ _
SALE ---- ---
_' .. i iD' ESTATE : 0r&Teu: I crmndiu-\. . a 1. } 1I
tOT ra. bCl -- "II n'T It tlnSAt. undr imcd! Vdmini"trator of th" F atr : j' I
", 1 nVw ara -AT- NO S. : LJt,. Or.ottand Sek. :. C. 1 11"K'-d n I Me of Icon Count v' State of I, JIIUad B.ssa.arrTeca a, em T "YwT&wr'daY' Aromatic Tonic Bitters.THL5F .

i I r-vrr.* w I ION.j Late CI t r',I IMIIIMAN.. late Warrcntoo._ N. L F.&OtiJn: Jcea'od will off r for sak at JLe.J-f.rf; *!' a Leave'ici Saturdays Brc.naon it riff- . . . 3 .A A. M.next. I INVALUABLE BITTERS are & great
T said "iee'eASed on lInt Satur tey WOrt.Nr J ISrsTOfATiTTr la all of
t C deuce cases Debility incident to
: t % 5ic onlr A U oS (,t1n vi1.o u. . . olO "
1th. Dancy Hvmaii & Co., all the projcrty nlnid deceaseetonitstit1g I Baldwin atArrive .. .: .. .1055 I a warm clim-tie"; persons who are recoTennj1 from S
_:fO-: I MEUCU.tNTS 1 u (ill 1 IJ F.ItCInFUThtUTC1OtOB1. 6iikut *!S1 Curt them an excellent Tonic. Tho c :
"C'oM1lSSIOt FcrnandiBft.
or : .1'..rJuaan' (: o\"rBl-I: next. ,111 Le iolJat th I RUOCBUS A. kCr TooU, and t.ltb r articlcttoo te.liou" to 1U'nIlOa. : at .. 2 TO P. MLAKK.IV laboring under I>PEPSIA and IiuinMTiON will find

.t ,,1 :: S .th2, ( Pljn .IIh We It C. lll'ma. ,d..ca.pd. I Ii 1 1.M TEARL STREET Nrw YORK.i" RlCnATm S.n'GDER .yriff' i F '. }.. thru*ad Tacti eou*.taken an hoar or*o before m'
\.ii. < .< i J ti.tofthe and Et.Otficio .ld.i'ns'rator. : liiincer and Superintendent La fail they will be fuuid an excellent ToaJc in iV- S

bo .5',.. i IPI' .- .. fvUo"hl .Iwlcrtr ; DCY, ILYMAN & CO., Sept 29, 1800 -2w I FcruandinaJalypj, d't most an co.,* where stimulants are required. .
Prime IIor. For asia at the Come Drne Store I'Ir" *
re -
L T \W, "i I II Merchants -- --
Mid *1154*. : Mules,. Oun, Commission! Notice. NOTICE. GREGORY TATUM X CO. _

'- lfcarp 2 Yk 0 Head ft\'k ('ptile. 'ORJo'OLK."IUGISU.. MONTHS from the flr; publication of tb:! LAX) OFFICE T.\LL\HASSEJ-.I.A., \ October 13, 1800. 4J :

.f I iiw9vtrf'4 : ) t'r10 Head Fork 1102", 1jjjjTi.ennductcd by Jico.tceonducted SIX;Mice, the nnder iinid. eoricio administrator SEPTEMBER 15la 1560..t"bo ( -- -- ---- --- -- :.

"!k' 4Q or 50 UC'ad Stock 110gl', I T HE New York. W. 11r4 'SoT. H;, ,1/11 of the t'I'-'II'! \Irlh.'w r'i- -r. d;cca t-
w.. ',. \11f'\.1OO' JiyJ Bu"hdll Corn Fodder. 1. ,,. .,III 1.-.1 Itv It \I...' bJ late ofin: <'>uni\. ..i::1' : r. '-''" ll14 '.'".".} accun' I ,h-elt. 1t*>7. nod the "n.!, day of trrembcr, 1NS9, STATE OF FLORIDA. I /- rI ....

. > 8 ('r to.OOO lIund. 1ze., i TIlt' )rfo1I"I'111)1.)0. md TC4e, to Uu' In l.'r : .; <- :I..'\nnty : tor "U'-jtnt and cultivUWB, under tfle graduation .coo count). fT S
.-S .. !I riel trt tLc Lot-or lIa\. 1'0t&tOt' I Jo II linn" tr.d tt; the ale of Cot &u.1 a\.: .., ;durr: n .. : a'' ft \. '' I51.have been feceiTi4 at thit o lce.S'1Jt >ICHARD \UNDER8, ghenff nd exofflooAdIt -
I d tule jiH'u
"f jm. 1 four Wagt.'n i'an t'lI1ar 4' t1U ,;. ,111 ali *ht'irhuere, art tenby notified to 'nie fortrial I I ministrator of the estate of Jamci P farmer tate

-e. ;I ht 1t.. oft 1 Ox WagO. toi Com, Wbcat, Naval' Store's. f __:______'__- -. -- ---- -- I T1'1.., t;_I' wake the, rtnlrcslir.w.f.| f of 1--I'.n county. dcocawd. having frIed I 4hr&ned' 0

:I 1 110. Cart. t lIarnel't5. : &pt. t2. Il-01i() __ _____ ___- S L'J .' '. .:".. ..Cf :r :' -tl'iTitien:' ansi receiM their re- 'I I Probate said< county a written fcagge. totr that
1z .--- I I 1 tine Tp UUgr I i- .J S :.. '' _::s. .'coiu3. if aid j roof tOt fi:e! he beHcTM the tate of said James P XHTlar to be

toO .t-'fbt! > J. .\ I tiJtouteid IfIttaIiPI.T1y -' WANTED V tVEUNEinVYtwccu vv-- -s--:. -' l\ .r :.I.:,! ": ..I !t- -. tti. ..teiit> it1:! be. returned to insolvent ; tht.efore notice U htreby given to a!>
and Kit..hcn .'umit\lr : and will. be ( \ ( I LMl \TF Of hOBART CO I"C''hdidilte .. A O "cottal ?' 1'1.1 ,,, "I T. .:.,; :'::0,' t t t.r :_ '. 0,. !:-e. and wU I: then be liable l to bti --ersoa }1.;leg deltas a im't ald cwtate to appear

tLot 'vi' toJl 17( IU'rl't..f 11111l.. "H. I By for nol order*. (''ho..to -: > 'ion 3 -il t>o'r'T 'M'.klE. co taia'mr *1 ;. I :.;c .I : ,-j,j. rf rniante of th<_ eonlitions 01 :1.L.I uk the eime wih the Jud e of Probate said

Ie 'S I ;K ula h I. f trt\r 1't'ponl 1 under *!1a( ) and eai.h.ovcr.12fl4tt 5't a ''ar'fI cugaeement 'In : on i \ti n atiUel1 :non..y-t W'( ltlU on thiS R. 'V. F H.t Rr.'k :;l :. : <. :' \'Nute:11tC' by the Ttdu. county nn or before the 2Ld day of March next when

a- ." .. credit W't' arhrun-d aneurhl! TcacbervfI.iit1d8; 1 ? L 'en Institution. 'hartto543I1i0nd40Uarb1lL: The tinier 1\U 0'1 .;.-aa.t: ;; 4.a. 1, 1334E. there will be a pro nt-i ctlstnbatlon of the ftrud of S
\.1Vtifl2 & 'date. ator. .f:1Ctnr rcfrrcneC8li"cn.or liberally rewarded by le: ing ta="' ), .":it. ->t \ItU4_ I e .I nest 4s.Terw fr'm $ II1544( kMW11 I'D day of a.aeJa or III a rn"ate add-rest 8. (. B., tore or retnrcins to mt\ D. t. MASON. A. L WOO\V.\&D, Ata'r. A. P AUAKER. Judge of I'ro ate.

'S mtEE CII.\IRf .(dmt r DOJ 1: 1L\un1 NCW York. I t'ef''J, 1* .9 t.si5 .. Sept S3 l: iK'aT
: :'!1"o may p I Anc'r .
1!. ISEKR'
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A.L HER'1'
Bitters. ;
I _
W. I. CLARKE, Eeq., 'rtcr1unil dts Clark 8Y..\ ;.\H. GCOIIGIA. j i Capital-- Prize- -- *-u1O'O.)04_ o

located In T llahiui ee as an ATTOR A'en wrrcti'inzihnr KLL WINTER STOCK ul G.Kvis (.'r M. i' S. 15. FOLEY. l'roprt trl.-'Il1lt :

TflE proprietor ad manafHrtarc (f HO8TET- HAVING T LAW respectfully offer hi* onic.--, wear In the Clolhlnjf Department we have the Lnrurst and Brut MUS. anti i-k-gftnt Hotel fronting Monument -, Wool), ED"Y! & l' _, '' .
CKHCBRATKU STOMACH BITTERS to the public. All claim for collection or other bncinoft oflVrnl in this Cit unit (,''oWn) I I The .Vj/
I 11..1'1 melt *" T ), Cfn ulni in part of Black iii U< o.der, and aet't" Offices art l taitii <" .
i i" iom v
will be attended toSTOrncE now {'
wUhEerfwt rusted him promptly
l ut 1 Square
nta confidence to phjdcUns and to .
&ppe and S.ick Cont } Ca. Smm Black and Fanes Cwsi U'lz and$
i'loth Fr'k ; "n simrre ; i I Jure t. Liui*. .V -
ritUea fefttnlf of the United Sutw, because the { in the new building opposite the firm : rea.ly I tonccouunodate: in line kte! the traveling :
and T.n.da P nt mack anti F. ilk't'.t: a.1( Cloth \ l Wick
WJm June 7 1M.' mere < ; ncy i > ;
article hiu&tai* d*reputation heretofore unkno n. cIA. Hopkins A Co. i Tlio fllllo'o\.
__ Pilot CluUi Iud Cssunfrr Ovi .C public. I' j-- ., .
A few C aeta npeetblt r nt will epeak more and Dlue llaver Fancy -r pumrfulrv
he drawn in .
'j ua..a'I* of bare twenton or Mizou.titfMitfery. DISSOLUTION. A full atwrtniriit of The Itiwm are Urgf ;r4 &iry, and the labls public t&Jrr t: f vo) _
Sx CwmmiaIor.f
The conwrajxten .f lloelr tier's l"\'Iu'b I Hotel North or South. otn !, :ppu.nlr: t>)
e. : Bojs' and Youths' Clothing and ( CenMfme Furnishing Jood fully tlollll\l! to lilly
t Muen* for the laM year amounted to ovtv a half- Co-Partnership heretofore eakting uu- I FEEiSa four hone Omnihu w always -, Wood, Eddy t fo.1 I.GUrni
million bottle*,Lad fI'MIlltl tauUt't t>te-.dj iucreafce THE I. the of the finn has Also an extensive alt.rtiiivnt of CI.iih., Ca simrr<>s and \..rtine*. Fancy OoatiiiBs. &c whkli they are splviidi'l f .
_ in limes pMt fete evident that duriu the coming style undersigned I I".rl'd to Manufacture to order at the *hoitst lI 1tICand in the most f.ulnoual nui.mr Tel u. at the l P ptJt tml Steamboat Landings, i Clan .\'o. 502 /rair Sa\rdaV -
rear the consumption will reaoh r..ear'one million been dicsohed on the 30th of June last. All rt-ssnabic. to to auj front the House i 7> \n
been bottle sold This twt for tmmezue the rare amount m":. h1A1 tould properties never hate contained business ofthe late firms of HEIR & RUST I All in want of GOOD CLOTHING would do well to gU us a call at the n.l sUnd oppo>ite the Marine at half carry the passengers usual rates. : I GRANDf11'ITALPRZE0Fli,1$ ,

la the preparation lOAd the sanction of them : and HEIR, RUST & CO, will be settled by Bank A tn y. [October I.), 18611. jinn- 23, ii ((. ei5. 3mPENTIS'I'RV. I Prmac iii $1-,0o"( Iii i j"t :
< t prominent phylciu in thoee ectionc of the RUST A I -- ? : ,.
I MEAG1IER.HEIR --- --------- - -- I Prize '-iS . 2I.i hI b., p .
country wbere the a. icle is beet know, who not ;
RUST & CO. .
:J i l'rilt'S of .
only recommend tte Hitter to their patients but I I r t, Fall and Winter Stock J. CUR LEETOLLI : J Prizes st . 5tiio" .a:", J'. to,
&re ready t all times to Kin tratim nUls to IU efficacy Tallahassee, July 20, 1860.COPARTNERShIP.. DR. T. j', .. ,
in all cases of stomachic dentycmcnu and the I !i 161. ) his I 3 Prizes of . :J.I\I fie' f .
1800. -0- return grateful acknowledgements
4i *. 3 Priz.'s l.r .
c resulting therefrom. j :': '.':. i3 I'
This L is not a temporary popularity obtained by : j rcrni1Xcxchi.2I.t: "VVEBER., V to tilt citizens uf Southern Georgia !! Prize JI or .o.O':7 -.;. J l'.
extraordinary efforts in th? way of trumpeting the I and Middle and Last Florida for the very i i, I too Priesi.f 1.."I,
solid of business of the above firm will be car- Tnl.1orpU _.
qualities of the Bitters, but a estimation an -- "
Invaluable medicine which is deetlacd to b< as enduring I TIlE on as usual' at the old stand by the tt1tr; in ta n-ntabt loljjing! alto 6tnis uruisjiing 6aobs liberal patronage rc .iivud from them during i 3*.31>o Priz- anHmuUui t.. . . '
811 time Us _ _ pit One
who entered into .1 j Nearly to
subscribers CoPartnershipon Every I O''li"et/
teucr's Ston .ich Bitters hare preyed a God- TALLAH.\SSEE, Fl.OliJIM, lie will continue the J.radi of the above
fend to rorion: when fever and ague and various the 1st iu&tant Whalt 1icktt9v .
other biillou conipUinu hate counted their victims RUST & MEAGIIER. J. nowrecmmga iarg. aid well M-Wted nmiortmriit of f oil* suited to iii..iemnIi! prnfesii in those sections of country, and[ ; Ihlrcsii ,; t

by hundreds. To be able to state confidently tlmth I of the i<-;..>n. constating m pirt. of Clot,. Cafnmrrei, Vetttnp Fancy Coatings.&e. > has made such!! arrangement* with nianufactnrcrs -; Certificates .-.f P.ci.kr\? .In :'-. .'.
Bitter art a certain cure for the Uyn ci..it: TallahasseeJuly 21, 1860. .. which lie is |"ri |>ar.-d too m:iVe ui nrc"rold! at thc r.tnwip'rot.' ,. :. :. ,
and like disease is tit the proprietors source of Hust.Kkof Clot".n"HlailitlllD .iri, i-fbhKk.mil i :,
'on r..n..nIlL! term Ilcadj-IIIUllc |! : i CertitieateavfPekgeeof C>; \-.t:
unuJtojed pleasure. It remote all mojbld matter NOTICE.ALL colored Cloth Frock ''OHI*. (JuiCy Ca.iim. re Suit bl.uL.iiid fancy .'..s iu "-e Pauls. i.l.ick and f"yoi111.. him to put up full :sett of teeth, in any of thepopular er. if j ', .
Iftom the stomach purifies the blood, and imparts Velvet: and Clout VeU Itlnck Cloth an.' U..ay.r liver ('.tla ; l":' th..rw tli n sr ",rni ortiiirlit of modes at from fifty to one hundred :; I .
renewed vitality to the nervous *yt>tcm. giving it i indebted to the late firms of :
that tone and energy IndUponhable for the re"iora- persons csy' nl1c1. T"O'-1"th.. CJ1o"th.l.n. dollars I less than is ii ;tillch.irir''d for thesame .t i-:; Ec:

tion health. It o'ppcrauit upon the otoin.\cb Ihrr, & RUST, and HEIR RUST & made' nit| in the moil np|'r'>".ii sl>l lc ol la>lii.n and of>he lu..t muti ri.il in the, South! ; (he mean what he *:} ,)l '" .-.
and other dl"ratlvr onpnn, wildly bnt powerfully, CO will call and settle their accounts due on antI Sl.inDOSMIX.iiut Sp1on.cllct SChcb10
Fumlslllng Goods.-.\ Urge assi.ri'nentf every article lu "hi line jIeu-lnz! Slnrn and tlum to be n* durable, be.iutifid -
*n January itt by ca h or bv notes. and Clnvts.: Xlt.k 'I irs Iudt..e! To be Drawn each \I\ dnr
healthy discharge o .ibe Ami'lion of nature. 1 C..llar : Siik Merino and Cotton IIn.l..r'h.rll lrtw-rs. and sen ictablc cnn be put up North sdaj i in tin
Wde'rly persons may UM> the Bitters cUlly as per RUST & MEAGIIER. ius1end.-rs.| Sofk_. &", all .r w icli w.1I he dli-pom-d of *i I hI' m..t at'coiu-iiodiiini' pri'u. South. \ Clots 172 IrllI.04 VTt.ln.4d,. ., o-:
direction on tho bottle ami tht',11 fiud in it a I. Tallahassee, July :21, 1860, 30 I I mute my oM Iriends and tile public generally to give me a call bef-ire purchasing l Inca here or j Chits 4" 1 Hrnitl nil \\t4-\tidiy. l\,
stloiuUnt peculiarly! adapted to comfort d.'clininI I 1 8.-t-nbrrS5; J-60 40 JOSEPH' VlTlEltB. : Those in need of hi-- sen i.'(', (\n. by dropping Class 4': r; Uruict ... WtJnt !'o.. (iCiai '

.- year M it is plr.utant to the palate } i I a note 0 him at cither Monticdlo orMadi iita Das !i \\\"".:J -. 0. .
the bowtls, rxrrllent as a tonic and rejuvenatinggencnlU. I FOR SALE 0
'. We have the ctidence thousand of aged 1 i .un, FI.i, have the work d--ni-, and! time \\Ltut D''O Dfjis en \\\'tdnt-dvj: Oft

men and women who bate exjerienced the benefit I|,r PLANTATION ix JEFFERSON COUNTY. C. \1rnl SON & S>,3V to test it bi-fure p.n'in tor it. |I XUBRLV i rzazr 10 u'. LU \ TM i.

of uiog derangements tlii- preparation and itenoral weile debility suffering mctiue from under stomach I j'I T OFFER for laIc my PLANTATION in t 3: Tho bst n-feiences iven if desired. I( 7s :hu'-ll I l'r..v.i. l.., .

the aatice oi ]1betfl.| ttu> naeeaoaAaonelat&u4.ctcrlowi
drugs and fairly tested themerits of thU ar. i acres of fine Cotton Land 670 acres cleared, J _ .'_ '_ .-_ _' ... (Capital Prize jf JJGIO,
ticK1. A fow word to the gentler ser. There are ct I I IVze uf .rlJ.OOO, 2,., .
and of this fresh. ThLL: & Imm.It 'G \\V certain period hn their cres are so bsrsaing that i I 500 acres are This tract OQI3L J'i'l ly. ,
'W1 { I Prize .t f. ._. C.I'OU' Cl P, (
I _. I re
maoy of them Miik i under the truL The relation ofmother lies within 10 miles of the Pensacola and E. I Lawrence ) -
Mary: t Prize of. i-' I:', J'r _
- and chill is so ordnily! tender that the ; !:
mother. ei.pecl.-Uly if he be touug. I is apt t, forget Georgia Railroad is well watered 1 and adjoin \Vhich will; lie a-I1 .,s |I-w f..r vt. > Bill! of Ihorce. I Pnzr. i.f. :,OuO; t, l r .

her own health in her extreme anxiety for her Infaut. a large body of good ptne land abounding in I Francis M. L.twrcmictT .. ) tt Priz. ..(. 1.500bI; I'.'".
Should the period of m.uernlty arrive' during the the best of timber. Applr to Cash or -A.x>l>roxre4aL Paper thcsatKt'ictionof tile Court .I 11) I'r.z-s'.f.. 120t0 tiS r:..
oummcr t.caf>on. the wear (body and mind I. J. n.- appearing to 3'<) Frees. uf. 1.ODO' 5 it'4 I .
aggravited Here, then I Is I E.:; W. GAMBLE, Tallahassee. stuck iniikrt I aflidai that the defend.int in this I :
shy anecefloityforaetiiuuliiiit I a. any in co. ai.tlllor by : filed 50 I'rizeaf. 5l'':*..i1VnoL8 -.'. l''."
to recuperate the ent'rgicK of the MMem, and 2i3 22
ray 1860.
Uill ide out of the State of Florida it is
re" < -
enable the mother bear under her
to np 'exhausting LADIES DRESS GOODS in
tri ill and reot nilbmtiC1l. Nursing mothers generally MEDICAL COLLEGE OF ALABAMA AT every style, ;j RUGS AND DOOR )MATTS ordered that n luarintr I-c had upon the facts :"; .112 I I"riZ"II, ......,...'t1:11

prefer thc the endotfomentofphyMcirnf.bccausa Bitt rs to all other Igorators thatrei'C1'c MOBILE. (')) .har l".! in "aid: IJill; !! te'jre the Judge of the \-TlctCT-- -- -5iO-!--; -I iliU'E-- *:" .

to the taste M well as certain to gin a pumanent agreeable Lectures will the 14th PLANTATION GOODS of all Lind, ; YANKEE XOTIOXS & CROCKERY.! Middle (Jin-nit i>f thf bt. tc ..f Horida on tho 0" -
commence on
Cirjdeattuf cVajista .
increase of TilE I I :.u. :
bodily strength.All first Mond.iv: of IMIMT next. It i* fllrtlu'rprlcn..l.
those neit. V Jr Jra.i 'ud.'f' t.: ,
to whom bate )
referred above persons, to wit : aufi'ererafrom we fever particularly and ague, The success of the school has induced the BOOTS & SHOES for both sexes,old A young WOOD & WILLOW WARE !, tha; .I'"P\' .M this! c.nler be published'! lowing! ..T't.., vvhlcti! .5 .... r .:: ,

caused by malaria diarrhoa, dysentery, indigestion State | ) in the F'pri-Kun/ and Jt>-rn.il uncu a week dr iHt-atc a pjiUju u" uv; :: .
Legislature to thousand > .
appropriate fifty -
loss ofappetite. an all disrates or of -a "
augments for the ..f i thru months.Passed 2t; H.
the stomach, npmnauatcd invalids, Arsons of ccd- dollars towards the enterprise. With j HATS & CAPS :j! SADLERY & TIN \IVAIIE jneo ,. .; ,. ,
ntary occupation, and nursing mothers will consult this sum the Trustees have built one of the I t\ Ch.imltOi {LN ::0thi: day uf June. u"0
their own physical! welfare by git ing the Hwtctu-rs ( A. D. I' IH. --
_ Celebrated tomACh Bittert .largest and best appointed Medical Colleges In 0. dcriug Tickets Cert.I155
CAUTION.-We caution the public icxinrt using in the United States. I i J. W\YLE." H.\l\EI, J Jgc.I L'nclwkc! the aiiiojct vl Iiii..rs ;l.) '. "

any of the man" imUitioin or counterfeit, hut a'k The Museum has been ( I June 20th.t I3GO. 3m-27. t*'>at jou i..b i to purch-.. t,.' i
selected in : __
for HosTeTTFB S CKLEBBATED STOMACH BITTERS and every """" Fuo whit h
CARPETS, (I FARUNG: IMPLEMENTS of all kind! >01YI.t& it iui.sitJ!. l.i.i M ,
see that each bottle has the words Dr. J. Hostelter's part of Europe with the greatest care, and is \"OTI. P. Uto! !'., 1 H.liikvr! Qunrtera.ve i : .

and Stomach stamped Bitters"on the blown mctallc on the side (.f the bottle rich in specimens to illustrate every depart PeM<>n" datiring to purchase G-'oJ! (., C.ull will find it ifrr- 'ly t.i their .ijv.ini I :iir lu pr''" -or G.io.l- months after the lirt publication of HII.1Iult I i. utJcnJ, t y ...it .. ,'
and observe that ocr up t"O'rIDI1 the cork. ment. bffore pun.lia.ing alsewhrrr, a* we art iloteriniuid! to in kv a gr<-uur '''iffr<-nci- btriwi en C 'a_Ii all.'"r..It SIX ilic o.cme
autograph tigna'.ure u on the notice the undersigned, administra
than hrretofor WILSON .
1.) & iQN.Septrmbei
Mtle. : ( tLe diai ;
IiiiiiiiJiattly aIr _'
There arc three large Hospitals free to the trix of the of J. I. I Green deceased '
tr PrepweJ: and sold by nOST TTER'8 & St 8th. 1S60 39tfSS0ff e:tate mi;. Cirtih to i;j. tie CuiuziLa.i -
_ SMJIir, fittsbargh, Pa., and sold by all druggist 1tI'nts. l.vtb of Lcuii county! will present her linal) a-: ..ill un Kx.uwlo'i.J2f | .
_grocen, and dealers generally throughout the United The rooms for practical Anatomy will be i count :oto tcller" tv the lion. Judge of Purclia.cr.! uiil J.lrse -.fit : r. .

States Sold Hotkth by 8."OVIL America&, and MEAD Qrrmany.New Orleans La.. opened about the middle of October.0 'G'lff J 0i @ & SO I Probate of Leon county anil a.k to be dis- a'haIlJiH'' tiuir j.i.l uti'u, '*, c". "

"o't6A1e Agents for the Sonthern States. .4 charged. I'C'; GREEN: Adm'x. All euIiuIuieatjouasriet ) ct' ': .

Also by H. Llely, Miles Nash j'0.. and J. R. FACULTY : June 1h60. 27 Gii.x'ufio t. TAIl ..riz.a c.fUOvu 1 .nJr .
Orejory Co, Tallaha j. W Skipper, New AHE NOW RECEIVING AT THEIR ----30.-- -- aantii!_ aft..r t!.. Jrawjii;-jtLir 1 ..' _: n .
_ T. M. Palmar Tuiker. J. C. MOTT M. D. Professor of Surtrcry. 1
Fort; nd Scott& Monticello ; !' : June uffurt} lJ'a.
Palmer ft wiUiaiSi Waukeeurlu J. F. M. D of ___ .,_ .
And by dealers in IIEUSTISS Prof. Anatomy.
_ msdlcinM throughout' the $tllte. I \.M. U. ANDERSON, 31. D. Prof.of Physi.olocrr ; 1 CASH AND EXCHANCE ROOMS ,I IS lu-n-by iiven that it the next stf-.sujn of Our Single Number Lotteues.a .

_ April tO. 60. iGlyMothers. and PatlioLitrr. I the General .\..f.U\, ppic.itba? will be j: ito.l X rljno 9dO.O:

GEO.. :A. KETCH UM, M. D, Prof of A LARGE AND WELL SELEl( TED STOCK OF II made fi.r nn altcnition tt f: or amendment o1' 1)K.I IVS j.nrn': XI Tl'UD.I JH'Ao'e '

I plea and Practice of Medicine. princi-j I the: < 1lartl'r. tin I Vivi"'oa and! Gco. and the 7icIt/'SIO ; Halztt *i. Q. .

T IIOUSANDa of DR. EATON's are daily FANTILr speaking In rOKDIAI the rrii'e and r f j F. A. ROSS, M, D.. Prof. of Materia FALL AND WINTER GOODS i I 1'tldm.ul'l'! !';ail 1 Iload Companies. t 'th-iee.: tur 'J! ; :at.t t\:tItOt.e .

I why? because It nertrfails to afford tnttwtxnttus rt : and Therapeutic Ji y 2"4.18IlI<5(U. ai dol jL>*>w Sulxnu :u '1t< cirr ', : i
Off when given In time. It arts as If i I '. ." '" ._ WOOL' EDDY .
hy A. .VI .
i Co.
KIOSKan IIe 1I'ry Good, Lilies Dress Goods plantation Goods; Hibt.oll11'} Embroideries ,: tl.
trial alone will F I:. GORDON) ". D Prof of Obstetrics Trimming, -
one confine you thai 'h -e atv Is I I >lcbdaac ClKgara and H'Hervilly CVOOD.. EDDY d. Ci) fc; I.. I
trne. It contain 713 PAREOORIC OR OPIATe of and Diseases Women and ChilJrcD.I I and Hosiery, Boots ,and Shoes Clothing, Hats niitl ( 'alt.i! Carpets OilCloth 'Cirers .! '.."
any kind and therefor reilee by rrtuo\i7uc! the auf ind Matting Cornice and Curtain ILir-Uare ai-.l ( Notions I HE' ; to announce to their fricniji j.nd the : .t.i.jJ1, ie :
ferIn: of I'hUtIn' .At1 of dead-niu J J. MALLET Prof of Cbcmistrv.'. 'utliry, Hill hi- sLUt. frscufeap.aa.- ;.;.; : Ie _
by its !
your s.nslMlitlM. puLIic that their
For this reavm, it c"llL'tJJ.ru.b itself} a* t.'ic GORONWY OWEN, \1. D, A. P. HALL XaiU, Iron and Oils Agncultuial I III;pl"-u4ent:, Fruin and f- :?51 L. r.w-.tK; oty( .1. r.J.I%' ,.o l.. 'II L..n '
only reliable known I BOARDiNG; .\\XD DAY SCHOOL :. i'II.Lral..J: in tho N\w lurk 11. '
prcpvatloa uuw for CLiMn-n i M. D., Demonstrators of .\II tomy. G 3L O O TU H X : IJ.
TeetLtn larrUv Pysterrv, Grii i lug in the liwel I Tim.0'" Vzicr :5ut' l ::. t, : .' '.
of the Wind and II. D. SCHMIDT, M. D, Prosecutor of A l f. r \.i iij 1-iIiis:: will; re-optti at No.'s 1527
Acidity StwawJi Colt in the lhtt!, Sur'j large assortment of the above articles lo r.intlv on Intnl and oj' !I'lit.* at th- : t r" ",
Croup, olio, f>r softnilDi the r da.- (la- |I and. 15-JO Spruce Street ;
: RUIC s. ing in ger. LO"VV'EST Q.A.g: z-n.ZCJ STal'al'4. = PlubdJpIiia: en Xut. I 13. '57 i- : .-. rt:,
nisilon rejnibulmc the Bowels, anj relieving pains j I Asidroea W. TI'Lli'JO'h' J liJtls _.
II. aXEL4t.N ", S"p 1500. --
It b.u no eqail-ucing an ann-.j-usinodic It ia u ed I 'th uutillliig su'vcs' in all cases of Convulsiou or I j .July 14. :Q-am Dean of Fac 11 It). II __ 11t: I la 18(50. 3 -6w Dissolution.
'u -
Fits. As you rallies the life and he Ith of your chil- j 'Uf Ci-partntr;' hrritoVn ivs: : : uL -a
d!'c, and wiph t.) *ave thOm from those sd and I)I JUST RECEIVER I .VITICE.STX .. tl r 5 wH*.'T bars, uu.Ur! the Seat u. not';.'M
blighting ns'vpaenccs which are certain tv result i 1101! I >tli4 sifter date the A lqiNts.; t w.s iluat".A! it" nuua. cifti
from the u..e of nArcotlr of which all other remedies 'i ifir : GE TS FINE GOLD WATCHES, Evcueybod.rIill : m<.x undesigned: !! tLc JI'5t lot MJV :... .\.l !hIe-.net.: .>r u
Inf;lUl Complaints are take J !. In final J.tt.ounb311tulldHr
comptmi'd, none but I Ladies do do do to will! > t.j.! sUJU A. HOPKINS 4 I. 0. a isuuLhurii

l It>r.1*Eaton's perfectly Infantile Lannli-Cordial, and cannot hoe you injure can rely the upon.most I j I I i Gold Spectacles. Chatalain Chains, NY AND ALL PERSONS in need of the st-rvu-esof an .t.. TI( EER. c.vi be :': vm- the J'dtt; ,p..f Prob.itc; of Leon county, as exofh'cio tu ue :J\I :;c.c n.IJI ;11 qo.Ja :

delicate. Iuftu Prier, 25 cents. Full directions :' Gold and Silver Pen'and Pencil Case*, mounted in right style and on the most REASONABLE: TERMS, b.\' iaiin: ou l'mlIi..tmtor! : on the itate or \'. V. .\ JI5:
coaipfcny each b ttl.. Prepared onlv by Silver Ware i 1 krire, uW.-is-.il late of said c-ui.tv. and asj; It [I. .U"ul:' I
chuRch It DCPO.VT. to be div.I therefrom. TiTL.te.. ;;101C 11th. li.CCrPaYtl1Orrh4p.:,'.
No. 40" Broadway N. Y. I| listed do. I -irji-d
For sale by AVZJ A Linti.r. TaJlahas.-c And by Pocket Cutlery, R A. SJIINI .UL II. To LOCKER, Fxoffidodro'r
all rc,pertabl Dnul April J5-Gm
March 13, '$0. 13lyWiiktiNa .Mctalic Fish lots, ic. Ac, and for sal, ._ .._,. I Hort:;., I, I.. UUC:
"J' "
low at MYERS GORMAN'S.. I OWA1I aiUD'OU JR.. l_ ft ,,.,,:1
Circuit Cvurt.-la ,&ju ll' I Tallahassee, July 21, 1800. 30 | NOTI- E. I MIC trNDCIS1GNE1): [ .::trtJ iahat.4T.I .

Elizabeth Grant, ) Auctionecr End Com. Merchant i, SIX VONTII after tho f.rst pqHl 'atioa of uar.i.ii.on the 1 lit ajy idiotIc, Hi'O.) UlloWfJ:

vs. >- Bill of Divorce I FOR SALE. I -* nftitlH nn-lcT!;ignvd ctecutor of, 't riJ1 ((A. opiXS: & CO fwhs in.:, .;
JrtMC Grant, J 1 .i G.eral .Ircbandizitg ltjsiittso.A .
IT appearing to the aatfoCvt Ion of the Court by affl- TilE PLAN CATION known as -De Soto" i the !In-t Will! aid tt"t\.t'nt of N. N. Branch, IlfrKIS!.

filed that the defendant in thin Bill resides three miles East Tallahassee. It Ta1a1iassce! FIl" j djccn->ed, !ate of Leon! civtnty, will present CIWARD flKADFO.,
of the State of Florida :
out Is ordered that
a hear- of COO :.: final I.; o.int, as :such executor to ttc R. C. PARKIIILL,
leg he hud UpOOI the fiots charged in said Bill before consists acres cleared land and 240 in I'hmete I : ,
the Judge of the Middle Circuit of the State of Flor. timber. \\ they will aIM find at all times a General Assoitnu-nt of I'UUEVINES t''ND J'i'l 01' Ti"',lf'Ue of a.tid couctv and aok to L. It. BTAYM.Ka
Tool..Mc.:: ::. ISC.! ) 2G-I
Ida. on the firrt Monday of January next. It i I. furth New LIQUORS, F MILY GROCERIES, PL NTATION SUPPLIES bu ifu-har-ed. JOHN D. BR \NCII. -
-r ordered! that i ropy of this order be p-.iljIiBhed quarters d.c.pply to Jtc.ui .
In the F2.rMiau A Journal one a week for th. C. B. GAMBLE A (n.t 14. I ISW. 3&-11 May 12, 1860. ZO- m Executor. 1 Fisk'Patent Met Uc FOfh) r." .|.
of three manU spice _ J'''J _, ._______-_
1 f or T. J. PERKINS.
.f ras.e
S -.Sept.D. .22. lti CO.MEDICAL. J. WAYLF.8:t9-3m BAKE1tudge. J! MISSISSIPPI l Tallahassee.. May RIVER 2rt.- IftrtO.-COTTON 99J PLANTATION 1 llJr 1\\ \' ) I s IX .\rorthofte., NOTICE.. the first patlication of .

I xxw'x'q this noticir the will '
COLLEGC OF GEORGIA, tJiltL I i lliJ nndersigned present
At Augusta, Geo. i FOR SALE. i iI iI I hU final: aj-'Oi.nt :IId n'ldlo to the Judguof Rost" Qua t IUISLCI---I.iIICs. .Ief,

\ 2'tli R >j ilar Course of Lectures will i THE Cypress Bend Plantation in Chicot Co., I I 9 l'rot..ttof Lp.n count;, a* ocecr.torof thuttaUs AI.'TIGHT Lao INDZITI't 13t.'I .:

THE in on Monday, the 5th; f November i Arkansas, one of tlie very best Cotton Plan- I .)!i' A. I_ FWivr,
next; but then will be a Preliminary Course. i I Utons: on thq ;Mississippi River, is now offered I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN countv. aud .i>fc to be disclnr: ;cd. J Ney.O.by ':9 'r. J. ILtWI.S.4C.T.iLL'l :rt .bl .

beginning t"rct.k:4 preuous to the K'gnlar.tuuixsmr i for tr..c at the extremely low price of f 03,000 ALFRED: A. FI-IIEK. E: r.- :

D lJars. It has upon it all the Improvementsand April 2S, 13Jt( 18JjnXOTICE. (
I iSTAPLI4) .. .--- -- '- -' - - ---- . ."
.tomy-U. F. Campbell!, "1 i. T). band Machinery, and has in necessary cultivation for a 1000 force acres cf eighty, now GODSqj/ .- :I :'I._r......",....J.t.."I."I lie. -_ .--)_. .'-'OJ_.'i..'

SunreryL.. .\. Du it I.! I>.
as, j j upon it an unsurpassed crop of Corn and Cot- OIX month- after the first publication: of this .I AC,,

Chemistry-Joseph Jones M. I). I i ton. There arc altogether 1500 acres of i O notice, the undersigned executor of the Harness Establishment.
rractice- D. Ford \ D. PLANTATION(
1 Land in the tract, and npt ope but is arable. last Will and tesUuneiit Archibald Graham, -0-
PhysioloCT and Pathological .\nato1D11. }- Protected deceased late of n'HE suUcriber having pu-t-'is.-d t' .trr"*
I M this place i ill by front and atdeLevees eon county, will present .
V. M. Miller. M. D. X urr:
.Iw i
the Idle DAVID L HULL, m 'J
'his final 1
overflows arc impossible and a count as such executor, to the,Judge '1'
Obstetrics A. Eve. M. P. upon ? JES SaJJttrj add IJarcn bai aeiM,so 1.0&11 l..p' t.
C. >
:Matcrin examination, it will be found the cheapest > of Prob.ite of aid county and ask to be dis- would rusI"crfully| inform tL inb:l I maw LVaadjoiuiug -
and McJical
MeJica Therapeutics plantation the river. For particulars refer to chn',".-ll. W. G. POSIJEH. Ex'tr.16tIm guiuntie. that he will cu"tmoe tUuc IICi'

Jurisprudence P. Garvin, M. D. A. AMAKER, Tallahassee, Fla, A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF t :\j.j.I: 28, 1SG >. : m all i iu braccLc.! at the "Ill 1aJ. ."tllli ]
Prof.of Obstetrics
Adjunct Camp or on the pl.vcc to I bo funJ at all times
bell, M. P. 11. E. and A. C. WELLBORN. XOTICE. I KocJkawayx, Btl9Ji.\ R *& Wagezu Sai!
Prosector to Prof.of S. B. Sim Mess Fork J1a')18 i-ks! 11iile Trlld-
Anatomy- r j Ilai-nus. .oSTidlct. WMpt,
mont M. It.P'AjiuaIt's.4L.fl August 18, 1860.' __34cw1zig X 'lOXTHS after date the undersigned j j and M-Jchine :l tiny

VI ..tuuixsmr- 11.V U.Ao t S .dn.ch.1 ,. ;!! .*.e ,'_nt her final acco'ints and vouchJ'idge '": ij'

Ford, M. P.Astiktant. GROVER & BAKER'S. e8. I FLOUR, 'VlII IY. &C.. .VL. '_> !U:- ) of Probate of Leon county, I Ia 'j, Of kept j every t* JoUCI.variety au eatahliabinent And m fact; every 31e1 l h.&rt 11"' 5

D monstrLlor-J. L. Coleman, .I I d.e. Jtiix on t/i/ estate of Lewis P. Hollatl pllul1 tu the lutcrcnU 01 l li;* ;:jti'in'coDtiouacce ', It .r.

). D. THE only reliable, durable Family and Plantation I Z-irT. rn:1S Cash: ox De1i'Very.tn \-', deceased late said county and abk to': of the pttromj to ll;..: briJooo;

Curator Museum-T. P. Cleveland. Sewing Machines. Servants fourteen b- dis<.Barged( thercfroja. I'1 upou his prtJec..IiO J. t rrr.lJi,.
old them I Tallahassee, May 8th, 1860. 20-1 v 'fLa aukcribcr wO'JIJ ai.. itorur 1I..u.
Tbenlorni"'I1 Rooms have been re-ar. years use without trouble. Every I II LETIT1A G. IIOLLADAY, Exccutrix. ;
Machine I lit pul-Ke: that: ho niii fUCWiru tbrltIl:101
ranged, and will be opened to Students at the warranted. Send for a circular.- Juii 21.. 18GO. ;l0tniNO'flCK ; welknssvn &tt'JHtt'd; "

beginning of the Course. For further particulars Direct to CcatrovjJIe, Lc n county, Florida.L. I FANCY COODS! FANCY GOODS _J' : ",: -_ _ i hewitt: :: Machine iP.Jju.UjvcUt.

apply to I. P. GARVIN, Dean. M.! FOLSOM Agent Stpt.20, IS.!.

&pt. 15, 18GO._38-5t_ --August-- ---18-, -1860.---- 35- --- I FOR TIlE SOUTHERN 'I'IflJE1tS OIX MONTHS after d.te the undersigned j ; P.TALLAHASSEE.--S1tiSST
---- \Villia.l ,
VALUABLE PLANTATION IN LEON Blacksmith I I 1 wi.'i: present her final aeeoiiits nnd voucher .
Notice. "
FOR SALE.rnilE I to the Jnd/e of Probate of U'akull county -: FLORID-.

Plantation known as the WbiUkcr TIll bl j u all ksmitb its branch buti- i :; tf'& W&1i1\tUij as administratrix on the estate of Jesse Manufacturer? of Copper, T14 and Sh"

._I. ')( is offered for aae.! The land lies 's 11 i:1:) l 11. carried on Mhcrrtoforr @ \\'icrgins deceased, late of sit4 cour.tand* j' Iron Ware, Wholesale I ad RL.!
about 8 miles North of Tallahassee, and con- at th. OLD I NO. 20 CHAMQBUSComls rREE, NEW YORK/ ask be discharged. | Dealer in Plain, Fancy aid J I'
A'NN '
STAND, br the unjersijncJ WIGGINS, adm'x.July ;
cuts of 2,290 acres of as good Cotton Landas paned Ware.

there is in Florida. Tho dwellings and thaoks,for wbo and returns coliciu his \yi1IAi :11 ID IB fill :S3i 3W I- _21__,- J sro._ _306112NOTICE._ _.F __ -STOV GAD QUARTERt-r*. r

other building are in fine condition and arc 'continuation of the public Pins, \" Desks A.Splendid awortment of Cookmf' .a.JR
riling Jewelry, ..trimeJ with Be iie '
umsuaUy fjopd. Tba property is offered for prtronige heretofore -* Itriuhes, Needle, Work Boxes, Wntchf, PP..it A TIOX it at redact price.
so liberally puel1.July wB; ; be made at the next ;,
sale for division the heirs. For
among particulars Pultons, Porte ii : OUT DOOR WORK. ..'
i apply to I. 12 !, :U P. C. WILCO'f. Thread .JfonaitlJ Stationery, JifnttculPerfumery W"Utl, .eeti.pJm of the General Assembly of the ROOFING. Ornamental Front U'"*>1'':"
PQrt Fqlios, ;:Jot Q Florida lor a barter of Railroad slM:' :
L. IL WIHTAKER, Enfield N. CncrE. New Establishment. i a I C. ?*r. and Tin Conducting PipM. .."
Wood and Willow' Ware Lr.t ,ttc oiimu-iieiitg at some point the Gulf CUura F.mplo
W. GAMBLE, Tallahassee, Fix undersigned < on at or Sheet Zion,Ld Pipes,Patent
rMpectfully his
Afay 3, 18'0. 22-tfSfortjb THE e public generally tlut he has not friends ixtirul''!! And every article in the notion line required by the Soutii( Merchant. or b-jtwevi 'uerll.rbor and A palachicoa! tot I work of every vanity don at short}t&RCH.1.atre.\-r.
-- -- :rom business nor gone to Uarper'a Ferry; nor bar : cor.LcU with the! Pen.dr Geo. R. R. or in the crrrNB COUNTRY kin.

Carolina Military Institute, ful1rrt he any intention UWI the of IlliirkumltUiii going to Texas but Uuvlnowtt'that lie vW I I'i -. -- .irl' .ti0n of Tallia! H'<. :1ul1tllerutllbue.Arc pertli'ly t intiteJ to give pie a call

N. in :all its various brunchw one month : SPECIALITIES July 28, 180-J. 31 i i'' mauf1rlGl'r4 frWN
CHATxLOTTE C. :sum this THE 3rd Session of this! Institute will begin His rost-office shop iit and fron'ln in the on rear'Jt>0 foot of Mr street ZuWrVlUnjo, oppct! ,- the Lawrence's .."GrooveVs perfect Eyed NtiJKs." I | ...'. lr,' Pn..* iW Pliotrrs JrJjer .\'.. -- --- -- -------- I very best maietfal' and warranl-d duriW' '

Shop, where he intends to La" rent's Oriental 'J.>l",;ne," |111.A.r.i-ce.' .. <;.,UI I'-e.." -.T i.ud' NOTICE. artlc'a will L* o3 r*>l f-r ,', '
the October carry on the business it ., ,
J t next. admissionor a. '
on should bs douc. Feeling grateful for the hbcral. pat- Ixiwreoc M Sou:htrnerk. r'aTorite," j '. I I.- ..dlViH-l .1 l: .I .".. I PPLICATION .ill be made to the next (Vt. .. 1855. nCORNCORN'._-- -

farther information apply Maj. D.to N. HILL. fully ronsgc robot heretofore a continuance ntendrrd of to the him same be,would hoping roped b\ his. Alto a superior '!:'it,. ol biN A D t'RG SE-VI ii; T j iiiL h' n. iJjJU. a...:: ...1| .r".' .kd on ..01_ :\ ldI6ion (f( the Generalsembly of this !

4 __.,.._, or, :=_ ..,. .... : own personal Ion sad propt attention to render. All goods rranied e<]u.llo sample and a. r"prewDt"i Pcrtifil .,.lt.uUvii> .*ea packu.'t' ti Chtalut 3ic for > Charter for a Rajlro.id! from t!!! Dr"SUfLQ 'COIN f\f' :
o. :: ratiTe Mtlartn"* ; )11| K FIT'T "'coTuit: Cata'cpies. with "'uk. (Or memorseds evrtTted to 1'1'"II:.:, .s .'! I.uInTrl1.hr :. w,tera of tte fct. Jibns to ltd'::- P.VrJ'Jr 1 ,OUO t A qJli;: h

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