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: November 3, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00427
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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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IIM| 'II tlll. in Cnl.1 o k<-eioiir! >-'KH'liereitisnow \ tate afHiirs, the leaxingthe comforts of mv I revolution. The: hog the right of resisting \. 'l'i.al; : v .'ten..t eiis-i. ..:.IUVT; : i ivot M.I MI. ,t., :1lIin::: ,. .:i;" lust i.t i. : ;
J l-tum.il] ofnhltIrc" Oct, 11y \\ i a 11'1"111'11 \\ 01.kinir ,u.ichine. familjin: going all over the country in jou xv hen ten go to stick :1 knife ;:'ito his ". m:ip '' I'd Ii:.l' :::11' >.- 1:Lln; -. Ti'iVV.lli.iJ I. A "thufii!'.,:!,,, it.'.'"I"n! \;\ IS-! :7"IetTm. :11'1'! Ilt, iuilowiny siitfg ii :intim! lx bin* and
E"\'I! I let: I Ti '"I| .Ii.tilltiul, conformity to the imitation: of my friends I throat. The right of evolution is -i pom' lit- tqli. ', :4-illl, I'-1 t. ti.' -ll"iest I -acb I'"* xvM-kft .t<-. 1IS-t- under the hoffifiig' "
Great Issues of the Canvass. that lie Inlowou jet loose' llielii .yfi c't who beliete my feeble efforts may be of right ; it is no right at all ; it i is m.nuly tin- | "iisibi2itii's oft'iis! o.., ",-'. 'in. is the .pi aver \Vbrre cn'ttds hate <&uU U'Jirt' uat. A L rp mimbrr of fati winter di-ease
rid .f the restraints; of the law. and .if re- importance to the good of the country at last expiring throes of oppressed l 1 I nationalities. him who ,iil.biss; ,"- \ ..t". ::11.01! i 'mv, 5'5i{. I I standilum" lo-nv'lit. if-m oflc tutttup
0TIUMS OF THE NORTH AND SOUTH.PEEl'JI courMto the II\and ('I uMitim :authorit, this time. I am doing all that to prcn'ut (Applause, the audience listug in tun :. r"1", (", T jfui! t.i.: ; ,v'i.GoXKUNOU 1! .pltt in lh,' ,1'rlllill! ti-i non' .". sLji/QLhuttMhu.ei/a1mp1r'hTth't'e4 to appear
:: nnd they wi :acknowledge ('bnt Cl. jioweron that election ; and if others trill but labor I their seats and waving their hat-) r.... -...- .. yl' fr on "If'tm: ia-rt-ilthI to mant. Hut./ although the
HY tit f. i-e ff the earth, and that i is tfieir! OS faithfully as I do in this cause, Abraham I there is poor, oipre'sl91 It:alt'. that 1 for centuries W&>l.oIlir. I tt.- -' I hits Inllt'lulhll ant d1'jooWA .-al-- are S :isi.um-t. i he res-nil i the .line.
jj5. WM. L. YANCEY, of Alabama. 0n wit will. Then I thl ,you it will not Lincoln will never be President of these has groaned under tlH':1T11It'.lla't.lllr fihlmwizutt! %i 4' take from :-lie 'fn*TfWiti; .MJ olGot. ; i* gjitlw-rwl mtnv It stain: and) :ir\n<* fiom lie*, viotitiotl (1' n -inglepriiMj
IK* I nrri"l or :uti.ati.m.IIf von will United States. (Applause.) Now I am I a ]>owerful despotism ; tint: knew no right Wise's s-Kvch :'t .Nrtrff-flt. Virghitf. KTI li-ir.l oJ 1 \f NtUin! ? !o, tji-vtfit ; -o >Jiijg ofl'tiwmfropfl< after
I I. .O..CLFIEIi.JIT ) but So ii iw alna. 4t oecnrei1agaiiit I Vmtt fur tw'n- the '!ah..
Mifl'er of asked. n- war
an ujihe.ixin : tlU and I have been a!ked before, if I in the masses save the privilege "t'I'I.It.riu s4Mu Xow in nttliwlFiirfnl WCablt't'1, -\\'i i* 1 **-rliipi iFiU irtaj IH mr4- pnictielilt
, 1 -idiiit-Tlie )house will c"ine to "CI'mO of Iu1 :u l.ixa that will hurt I consider that his electionvinhiL afford a ; up their hard: t'anH't1: earning- order nit Std- and Hit.' s" .tiort; sh-H. I.acttuillt I.-I may Kwl 1\111 wait : iii )iruttivc, if' indiviclii.il instances
!j-, '.....*tt. sir, if ton jilease.! up your prwsperit 1 leaxe : track :i, just cruise for the secession of the Southern I that their masters might rex el in iiifmn; .ii- ciMiiiiifii' id I bt tinvlerti icon "fi iI I. And every n-fwir f liN me. an namiil whith. iu the opinion ot 'hosettli
the track of lava that descends Mates. That I Hack iSeiMibli- I"I'icsi'i! ii. I-Uisi-l r. nlv I ll.nf"! vvJofcH\ .
y' v. x i EL-h'ntl'II1'U.: there are vari- desolate as ttU is a matter to come after the ; and criminal luxury and xveallh. I PoorItalv ihi 7Ift. -*iiUv-iitly si-rkiug a.l'ui-'o' in the various
liv which this crater of E'n (Jreit ballot box. : tit draw hit' -\\ .r.i .t de'i-me. I lniii \atrno <
,,,i I. we express our ideas. .hll : ( (Cries of" question question, is trying to raise up her bleeding and "TJlffes of consumption lucre the of
-tm '1I.t.iv >- tongues stcak] reason. Ad.jot dU'f.) order, order" and ;II'I'II1Ie.t': ) \ quiet, 1 I! bruised h >dy, and t is now, perclunee. mi pritate vvr.! i will take |url ill no mutt .\n.1 ii IIH-mil! who m!itt pm nwnMil ort.ilsojxnTo ,so .nisr.Filttir the great misfomme j.rt'niising that ulicna
; I ,\ .. a tongue and hiss,;, and so I ha\e said that the Stuthoul l not, gentlemen ; beea-j- ; do not be too iniimI- I 1 one kilt.'ft h lIImIt'w.lhl1l: I : Is, struggling :aiitlioris. 1,1'I; I shall lirsi :u rv,il lit. and vile. anti I,nnln l ls'lJ l fs ontv takMi. '
mart < lotisly sKgl.r ( mes
[Laughter) and and to submit to dero tknt and :11:111 revolution. Ilavs: 'c' aetiioiif t mx' ovv n so\ereigtSta'e.' Iu tu". .
.1 j.se. applause.] ought Itt :any rition ; things keep your tem i 1 for this great right ( : With this icn-at wt-iirhl lr.rmJ? I -xetoiucrc-tsiMtforthofirsticxv ilays.uuderurtbtLaryeuu'euisss .
. t \ ..1.1 I. -But how about that strjchj :. of 1 their institutional ''|irility in this: I icr. (Laughter and applause.: ) This is 110 better ri lltII I :,'". our fathers: proideil luring ssiHii-e. i ili.ill :mt .ut upon; heires lark .1 glad toice \\-It"IIQt
!\ fo\'t'rnlt'nt f AppLuiM*.] I haw sjiid that not the t time to fight, at any rate, that is i no better fate t for us ? '" made Jvis, and pmx. G;.H! that they" uiaj bew UIi,Is mv vviwl] tcir-i: alititr .-- tiwsees,
" t \j \ \ v Kt .-Well, as I was sating, in i( Soutl hot, and ought not to submit certain. (I Ht'lIl'wl..llaug'ht'r.:1II.1 ajiplau.se.) l this :t government, resting upon 1 the will ofsoxereign -ot'thiy of the example of!H UH",1! I I..ollk(twn.4, till'n !hm.l W U'k r<>"f I mrny Sltl*. 0 I fove i'rium a easily moderatelj warded healthful of". sjsu m would
., :: is proven )betond all doubt that: to am abnespition to aniletiwl of her This i i. the time to 'otl'-th. time to consider states, :i compact 1 between -oteieign !- although! 11"'fI lIiY-l' ?i' right; m ml'a siir.eign
IJ.-icftt! the tht
". r<. men-some,of them were revS '- ; rights in this ;;n.rmt'lf Yet she) is in how to t ote. ((4t voice, "Let us have | states: not states I made: I bt.' t force |o Stat toelect -&..u-.jmmn'the" IIUMII''S On to tin' |nil.ictIJiaulitul) cold hieli, ended tragedienne her life insiith'cieutclotlitiiK
.1 -".ho were ta1'1 np for this of. : the minority ; 4It1 hiai'e I lie majority ; in tlU, the question, though.") But you are iuii1mtitt1t 1 come with the Union : hot consolidated! and iiuststin ofntlr.'s-,r .the i'lfri? \n.1 tlie lrirl.t rflt)1l\ t-.ttbd IVare; in the in Ttj- from NextYorL
I"ri .S tji-i it. ha- 11..1 HI"t tiMtn| them in format ion of law soti c.ui do uh.i; \oii nit' friend. What is "the matter I masses imr "IIIIII"c.'n..II'olI| ,.. That is not "ftlU' Fedei is 111:11'11"1I/ : i !s it.> m ihm Flown to 'fi f .' Ml-nt rirrr. cars traveling1
uC, ;;;nsi ,|tLLI1titi: ."'. Arms IiZLC !K''I soldiistnhiilcd. t I jilea l 'e. I But! was 't the Constitution made with )0"I'plau( c and cries of Put our form of .government : our i is a t form; of the thon raiUmt: iJultlhul ttyur' ; n.t.; ment.Tlie. to ISoMon ; Mich was her 4iwn tate
: weajHins have I been found | thaton might exerciseoiir will ; Was him out, put him out.") Xo, no ; no use government where the jtcople have willed I am unwilliMg 1mm t"'M4 iie right f>r the' \% bhillin: "fle. awiiph. -
,;' "lrl : pistols (''nccaled in bo\ts, :tiiIS i the (:"Ititrtiot made that majorities might of that. Hut if gentlemen are so desirous i it. It is :a self-got eminent, vv here the states: -:ik' tinpi"v'l, !Tt>, .mif.iiu'tig -in t tfi-l f tor Tin* way of'alort- imiii** '! sorts were foundand strvchnine I! rule What was tlU Constitution to hate my opinions they ought to abide i have made: a compact with cachothci.When : .- er right nould i m.sk.no -m-h TItra' '*- list thnntcli. the..\.-kc'! rule.Hi. Lmrencv. the financier, and thephilanthropist
S. ,poison a whole) world so much ;, made t for : l But for out' h'"J' ...., ami I bj them x\ hen they hate got them. (Cries that compact i is I broken and I is \ ioLiteil lilt such 'oiiipnMi.I-e.: I would nut 'i,1! -- --- w a* in injudicious hhlimigioi.dothin. -
.1 '. .t. : wonder where it (HIt all i that was to iin i :l"UrUc'c' to the weak of '' lood, good." This thing of asking the States have: their own rc'rn..1 lily' rirht I Jo ttt',: 1'itf.i'i, :,II\ nit'nt.n! "Diti l'mll.-1t xva-s a sail t'ouvnl : ,,.
fjt :', !'I IIJlifadlr.1 Well, Iw\came j that the trong should' not tr111''(' tlwl advice of:i nun, and then not taking it, is rights; ami one mlt the great rights of ihc Wftuld; tit.Id mv right; : tll nit ;iivgro property. to me, saul the speaker ; the Wc t I I bed-tit in tusim'ttt clergyman got into a cold
; .. )1" -.MS IUr. They were there for I Iurl down : [aqihtusc j ;] an as'lrUc'c' to him a monstrous jtoor wav of doing thing people-a right that arises above revolution \, I Vi. t.l! I ke 'J'] 'both tlif Union hate atteiulcd for jciirx"of uihl-n inter within fifteen minute
" ,-l' of cam'ing on this irJt'lresi- j that I has property i th:it he should I not I IK- (Applause.) :Xow :uim* going to say this because it is the right manhood, of and I tla..III.:!..., "n.1 1 fight Totl-elrist! to maintain '""' 111tl. Ktlinorid.Mjn l : after pre. -iting an earnest discourse ; he
h i in this underground robbed of it ; an assurance to the minoiitx about this 'l'l tion. This question that i is civilization, of intelligent public opinion of all nit' riglns' t to !iwuth.s Yes.: was instantly hilled and died within forty
If'O' ,' ii.-( the) Stutheni man in the faceJV that tlU majority should IK- guided)' the juit to me is a speculation on the future ; ituswiuat uu'lI-whl'lI a goternnient becomeop- _. I II\. slid,, I will first apj ieti! to Virginia blow did he die ? I eight hottr.
1 I .'law Is and creeps around him. | written 11Hf the Constitution t I and not i is it that I consider would hap- presshe, :alllu1n'rsin' of the obj j..t. tm for aiithoritt to fight under her banner. S. P M -poor as pon.rthil life was A promising joting teacher walked two
',.M" lir.1 in a torch at midnight : 1 by the higher law. [Applause] Now pen' in the etent that something else hal which it WI" formed, then \ (' have the I Hut; if Yir/inia shall, not imvt flu* issue. on-- 1 long struggle with the world, tutu! at miTe" tor; cxerci, and on returning to his
O'1(1' limits his cl burns his in the North do without the Constitution and ; il lit in.uk ot'.ehfletru-! ev t-rt disidt ;mtI;" Fortune marktil him room, if cing considerable! too late to light
I i I up) w.li"g. 'you can peiis :? Xoxv I hope to God that something right to form a new ;eminent (applause.) come up t. -
.t"" -$='I- :Ji 'hi' crops ; % ( tamperxiith in one uirti-(1br. A* far :i" \-ourrel.itions else will not happen, and then the speculation Joteminent should not I be changed t for :11I.1| I'.Itr' &JI.t. I ii ill !' 'korth 'ar- ,, all the' while with gilded promises that" a fir, sat for h.ilt'an hour reading a hook,
,S; \( : hich i toisoiis wells ; and slat" : with the South are C.tl"c'nl'1 will I be nt an end. (Applause.) I am light and transient cau-e-: Hut whenever olin.i! I will look to South Cuolina.to < ;.- ,',..I I 1.1 iiisurrtvtioii.Ve- hate Iiaditu you t'U do without the (.".titutlCI- no candidate for the Presidency, although the. tvnoieoi: tnepropeuj' 01.. .m emit m r.. community iria. tit ..;u.Jt Southern State ?ino1"'I'C' .-levi. Yet he was | ltic..l1t111 enduring," re- Luii. Tin ueAt day he had pitting ofblottd
icction* in Texas, iii Alabama, in Whv? Uwauscou. have the I"n'r' of I r some of VOlt would seem to think so, by shall he swept away I by :a jMiIiev' ;mfl l appeal t 5: ,i ;iml in various other places this) this goveruutnetit.iuii ha\e 1 Si I I the way you hate tn.at.'CI me in this (' itle.s. that shall: undermine it, or deal it a dirti t under -egi-of her 4"'rt.i'I1h'0.1 1>ltiM1t" as a Christian! ; enduring a:5 A mother sat sewing for her children to
. nil we t traced it directly to the votes, wlicri'as we lia\- only I 12O. If xoupoll i ,': I am no candidate t for office ; I do death-blow ; when the associations of enlightened I will advise I :e.uh 5::utu' IK>! to '''.Iir for: the' martyr, was the :1II .'n'r. 'Poor man a Itu Inmttr its the night, and noticing that
.I. : (ti,1! nurch of these (.milI'r e: Now t tlie "ection. you line fl'l mijority.You .- not wallt'nllr totes ; but I would like to I tirtuous Christian people shall example (ml' etMtpt) '!r:ition ."IIIt'I'r Statt-s.- He \vms xvortht of a better fate.: He ought the fire had gone out, he conrfiuVtl lo retire -
.,1'1 i- ..Itd. President of the United i Ime mort States tllal we haxe. and I n.h'i..t' with you, and get you to look for agood bo; destroyed :, policy that shall insidi Slid waiting will mimuhv' proiluct) faltering: ml t have :succeeded I. for he deserted success." to ln.il at mice ; but thinking she could
S ll. sympathizes with tlem-II' I you hate have :i majority in the Sl'n:1f.-: man, for any nuui, I do not care I 01l:undermine, and necess-irilj! piodiuea aivl all the delax: and confusion of uiicertaintj. Did he not meceed ?" (jup-tioneil then finish Iii:5 tl-v, miuuU ,tiLe forgot the passing
it t I thet are aiding GOrs causfflty I You liate Iwn' M iitt. than we hate, and I whom, protidedit i is not one of the irreprcssilile conflict between castes and races ; when Xo Lv-t: i-teli State Kip at once, who hail l spoken of his j Il\'rooc\'t UI4't' time, until ui hour or more-h.-ul passed,
:' .: 'II. not openljcountenanct* : therefore ton hate :majority in the I Iof Ilou-e conflict men. (Applause andlaughter. these rights of the people! are thicatcncd.and f for herself aid bj del self, into. I the ronttst.and and endurance. aud ,he found ht rself'' thorotighljchilleiP
U v'-. .\ <-f this sujijKtrt of the irrepre- RepresentatiteHaving I more totes .) In the first place there is no : they see what is coming, and determine niggle, 'for .1'1t'C'C"'Ut'u..1 .".c.'ui- N.. sir ; he iied poor. ns_ have: just ami uTiionth-illness followe l to jury for
.:1 v .rifli...t between freedom and slat'cry, I than w(have, toucan have your I I'residcMit: I thing :as the South seceding. I do not not to wait until the last act of that: polict ncnec in the tm irk i-f defencf.Anv -:lid. Nothing that lie lint his hand toet thai one Viour.31any .
S ,,11.1 wi help them ; and pray I and Legislature, you can reform the judiciary. know how she could go about it. (Ajvplause. I shall be performed, but the vert moimnt oi* St:Ik. (.",n the smahVst, tan 'er !(( (.. '. A strange" fatality seemed : a &.ih'1, cough, consumption is
i I' tlt.r. i not danger. If this iii.11 You hate the power, in :I the .) There is such a thing as a State i that their equalitj i is desfrojed ill this gin make:the ''tattle and win the "it.tltn'I.I' to attend every enterprise.: excited into action by pulling otI'theIuator
u' ,--, i- MI combustible tht it wi be branches of goternmem. to piss such! lawsas seceding, but the South seceding is a thing I ernmcnt, and the Constitution, :i" tlu-ir if.the smallest! State tvll make the; battle I was with.. him in his Lust iiioiiient-s" otercivil a-* to men, and the bonnet and
.* 111'1]' liv the torch in the hand some ton iieit. Iftonlook totonrown will I I cannot comprehend. I do not know how shield, is set aside and an i irresponsible majority : ah,;' IIItai.I..I : gallant little Florida alone s-aid another, and t thought he died rich shawl UN to tvoinc-n, immediately on enterinj -
,.::* tintit being with j power an>l senseS I and gratification to tour \n passions and I It I to go alwuit it, and I hate no answer to ,I I I takes the place of that constitution txill tikuiii the giuiitlet of war and bevyunm '* No, he has hell notliing behind," was the house in winter, alter a walk. Anintcn.il
'nlv to do an inIuaht. (I'gr'e t desires, to your own aggrandi/emcnt it i is gixe as to how the South would secede. to deal with their rights as the) will- then : :IYIIII will nli-t in that annt, wherever replied. "The heirs will hate no concern 'fnt: Imu'-i:: | tiveorten minutes should
'-> -u<.t and) injurj-, our proper- i in your own ]M,'wer so.tar :" "hy-iclyu\ Now I am L eitizi'n of the State of Alabama in my opinion it becomethe ,hIt) of :i it ''-lui!! be r.iis ,1 ..m-:.1 ue xitlfsei. tlun :;> to I the admin'ist, ration i of the &'sttt: ('." :I IH- allow cd, fur howut er warm and dosethe
'11f I )i. tparded,: our social relations mal(' I er goes, to do it. It i 1"1 t1U power ot'nitm- : ; I am what is 'a1lodState'" Rights state so oppressed, to prote tluir |>eop!,' hether the *' !Ibd! !> Ilniig*:is** can t"\ertlKhi" '- He left a ("Il.ntnw. said mule'. :111I1 :il>:irtiiitnt may appear on first entering, it
. .*a,> tiid| \<. ourselves made to feel unit her to do it :ihl. Therefore, tou (10 not Democrat ; I believe the rights of my I bj'interposing their sotertigntt IK't ween threat of coenoin. If ever tlie is.utounes that. i i. something.:' will semi ijnuli lest so at the end of five
II" f, ,.\ If such : man |,. elected .AsIK neeil the C(111.titUIiiuIVe (';lot aggressnj State. (.' :\!'.) The Constitution of the general government and the people.i .- I hop' '' to nuvl him in tit field w here And a I legacy noble deeds that were minutes, if the outer garment: remain as
IJ"I ...pie uneasy and .leterior,1e on toti, if we would.! Youiiwd no Constitution lily country tells me that certain powers i iwere Therefore, whin that is done, Abraham the "'";111'"";, of Mates is to f e tii.il.- done in the nIIIflf humanity, rcmatked thcutre before intering. Anyone who
}iMi,,Ttj in ,-h. YOU 1. I.n their as a shield, 'Cllllt up your 183 given to the general eminent ; Lincoln, or any other man ill aid of Abraham And t"'C'1I fighting under the banner of one another.. judiciotisJjuses observation, will find
'u(:, '.'" .ud hbor and t ou prove that totes against our I 120. :I I we are whipped., and all the JHHV er- which were not expres-Iy Lincoln, or anj- other man: in the Presidential little St:itu', I will number that the r:' 'eis Lessons of patience in suttering, of' I|I a multifold reward in the course of a life
,..hld" will decrease, as production I we are c'trn'J. we are deti-itiil; in all given or which are not necessary to carry '! (chair shall undertake: to "*(' f federal i not Jjt the swift nor the' ":!ttl' to thestrong. hote] in ailter-itj- heavenly Confidencexvhcn ixmmt'.
II S alien :i jieoplefetl .1 :ft. Xo I our ch'Ii n. umlllr, are jour protcc- out the grantul |M>WWS, are reverted to I bavonets to coerce state into thuiI I Union I will ''! mt'nisr.! tOil that Patrick : no sunbeams, fill upon his bewildering -
,., \ "It produce that effect than yon i l lipients tion. How is it with the :South :: We the states and the |eoplp of the states. Mt r > -1 :ulliser} flii! t question I because it ml.('- 1I'lIr'11:1.1"1'\ lotalist: to cry out treriotr path." was the testimony (another.f _\ Pijkii.ii: ('simeFiiu.It is liut.huion.a'
(' of it. The decrease of [ hate 120: ( totes to .tour Is-.t;t ; aic in : State has resorted powers and re-ened t tridlts. 1 not affect my state: -I will lit, to the -tan-: :against him' 'n.t the IloW: ot'IIiirgesses '- .\nlllai11 I trust manly courage, heroic lilt I f" tvrife of the monotont of the prairiis -
..', i -il I piostt| >ritj' of the South) will j minoritt'' in ('n'T' dcurt| incut of got eminent. I believe the right of seees.imu.(5S i dare of that state and give it the ]bts| a,- : but hcM-ixeil t hc' iii JMIVVI!.' nhlgm'iiflu' fortitude.. :' ; to applaud, tin-m to the echo auatllt'Ilsi
r., r" 'n, 'fill l \ou will share in the generTliee : What does the Sitilli l ", .', are the words in which Xot tllu nl.I f for we :,T' ton .uuuall.- and New York were parties to this com mnent.thmere should Wl.1 1 be ? Suptos| tlU'rnl'c.Iiutn tintile' resistance I dwlaration ; ** richer than the millionaire those who uatvli them longest, lote and
1'I 1 S., 'i I" l be :l-Slil.'l Still, gcntletiiis I Are we without protection : I Have we no 1':1: :t. I lowB :a vote taken by the South Caroliuahal: : choose to seci-de, in and I rctolntion; along with .them. I will who went to his long home the same day, admire them most. They change like clouds
Inr'J .5 Lrneral : comes on I rights ? .\rc. our rights to IKsubmitted people for it :? Xo, nothing of the tlort. the event of the refusal to admit si:i\v states renieinlH-r. t.M>, when t .s t.1$ IIl efleI1| the quetioii.S. to 'our v\ill ? to wJi-t.1 von m:1' choose: to Hut t h.jt"t. :-f Virginia as a State, ex- into the Union. Suppose ( :JeorgLi ..hutihiresolvemiit millio'is :mm' pn-ss'tng against. onr eight mil- sad funeral' did jou I ty-Xu. mv friend flip tnttoreil look of *
,, suth) do ? 1 say our r)1It.! ; It so, ia 'it- | rrsit ior willingness when tile c-\ ...*.. ...... -- _. ... -I l:..,. ib-it ihue-'' \, ;, :' .'... n'lt'li n\,' 11,1.1- :* "". **" -- *-".-- 1 L _' T-- ,- X"thcbuiLd _. l tii nul ih. ,; S
.,! IS' ". .'" 111"111$ if this general desola- 1, ]>otic 'n1n'ut : it i i" the government 4if ; tution was preseme.1 to l,.r, to join in this i is a part of; her (1I1I..tit IItiollit -' IOH American j'.I.riot.rue"1; | s'enr and .1':1 hmiun clod l but tin 'l'n.n1f WHIM-thing Iiu'ir. S
'in upon the Suth. then comes 1 a despotism, the despotism of the million : compact Thu State of Xuv\\ York cVnl the i is the duty of the ;eminent of (:Jeogia, won the conte-t alillflUlrc' than ftttmore .-- nlal attindant of the translation: of an angel."erics In-r, ** rich, true anl ,
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,, -MHI.\ the South ( ilH'lt-cl'I"'t"] [''i i iliu-e.J] same thing State Convention. It in the event of the refusal to admit a state than a hundred millions. .p.- ;i ovenincr gives ; tnere H no monotomr ini
: "- ..ti.1 l I the) South ought to submit, I i j I tlth mn look to I but i>ne thing I for pro- i protidcd that if none of the other states into the Union because it is a slate: state And xt hen the hour of'leutlhemtmiu.", weshall of SttC'tSS<.. In otcry coflict li L iSIN-h magic pha ,! It .""Ic.! think so-I do not. (Loud !'I iS I f'dion. and that is, to the ('uIltitutilu.- 1 accepted it, the nine of the other states who to call a contention of the people of t tin- t find that it will not cross MU or" ever came oirthe tit-tor, and now the tii tor's ti-iiin new to full till latest fall's eclipse..
Hut, gentlemen), I take IHthe [lie Const it ut ion wa-a-cnmpict: that majorities i agreed to should hive unc1 r it, until the) state-and that contention has made it a a stelional line. Nm,. Our enemies at the crown i is on his brow. Any grasping, soulless : Clothe them with corn and there l* noth
-,:., that the South SU1J1itl to these throughout nil time, should govern I could obtain the consent of the other states dutt" of the state to go out of the Union.Itxis Ninth will find our friends there too the selfi-h nnn, xvitb ahare of brains, ing grander. In a ilayV ride over the-
:' 'hat the South thinks the form of f fI their legisl. ;it ion 1 by that written. .w'I'1 and 1 to it. It was a compact between the st.tes: already. a law: of (Georgia, that il will Hue friendof! justice ami. right-Northern nriy gather in money, and Icani the art ofkeeping I' broad sxx i'ps of Egyptian plains we aw
., 1 >'i'iitioii" is (enough for her, although immutable law. Tlie law :u'.it xv as .I.lin.r. mutually assenting to it. If any dissented I Ij resist to the last. Suppose (Jeorgh goes ml.It''t'nI'rtlf, Southern rights and enough it ; but not one m a hundrt.il can great armie- ; with s5kcn| plume and tassel,
..J I" I. S 'nt It:(. tied, although! its Iril'iJlc' ed from the hllt. Washington :1.1 our there xva no provision to force them into out of the Union she will not harm von : ill nuiiilHTs to kl'PIIIoth'lm1lt1. of Northern brately iiiiMjuer in the battle of life as Kilinondsou nnifbrmed in gr -en they stood, rank utter
. i' _':r.I..1 although) their /n.s "in. is the law noxv, and has not t'l&nI"1 the Cuioll11.1; in :u goternnient thus she takes away nothing that belongs; to fanaticism: I busied I with strife :ut home ; has conrmered, and step forth rink, as far as we could nee. For nine
.i.1 I ,1, (thhoiigh; tht) .ir present I.rIerity| [ApjiIaiisc.J I 1 J Cireimistaiiecs: do 1 not : (lUlllh..t11 the will amid] consent of sovereign I jou ; she merely with.lrIfrom: this government while we, at the South will Imn' aetiui ti'oin lii' ranks of men, tt Christian hero." niili-s had n- !* --TI rtring along the fi'tigtii
.'. I I'I. 'i.Lit ion, alI their now fruitful I it. It has never been amended according states, I believe in the resolutions of i because Ol'l'l''S.\'(. Suppose 1 :the work to do in %vvagingt u against Southern :;:: ened I. linind To thi' Tind if not to us, ten
S 1 I" .tin- fl.I..ln'barren. In place to the forms of the constitution ; it i is thereas I 1798 :111I1 '99, that a state by its will cpres \- i eighteen millions with which we hate been, trait"i'- in our midst at mir' d 111 S '<_'d, ili-gree l of pro-jK-rity we now our patriot fatheragreed upon it.our cd in :u state contention: may say, I threatened; -hould eonquer (;&m mrmia ?- will 1 IH a ncighhoihood war at both end-. intelligent corn-spoiidftit of the !laconC grand Dilute.I .
II". should 1.011 another San: 10 fathers of Now York and M.issaehusett-: withdraw from this ('oll1l'a< Hut that isa I What is j-oiir got eminent then Georgia and in the evittc: m of t hl' C'lIutiIIt'U't I the ( ia.) 71.'gruplvrjtet ; .ike armies deploying t>n a plain the
S ", .1.I:inniei.'e: "lnuJ exjicrience) and of the northern colonies agiced with meie I'1''I'uJatioll.11111:1, in her last is not a free Southern' state: but a mere \irthu and .:t the South, i it will be a war _\s respect the commercial defensive instriimentality corn fieldceimd, atvu dachtd swiftly
I. 'IB i. suits that : ': txperi. our fathers of the South in the I (contention ( ;Icneral: Assemblt, passed: a law requiring conquered I province. The terj- moment which will :arm:111 the 'forces of conscrva lion-intercourse ill trade and bj ; nov. t losing up at the wtird of sonic
.1! in }Iwr i n.leators to f.'e(' the whites that for all time the legislation' ut'thi 'llII- her .I.HH... and carry on their ojiera- try should I U'gotcrncd by the protisioii of a 1 black I Republican to the Pre-idcnct hole character of the ]O\'l'I'IIIIWllt' bechanged. .the faiiaii.-isin: nut! tinfraid of Hlk| I H.I'lIhlic'lIIi..mlt ..- all mnst sip itsponer and! etliciericjTlie bj stitions, and marching swiftly amid
\. *iMI Tin- stnie: manner: a. when they\ the ('iuil ithltiuli. You do not need it. fir alter he had ascertained that fhct-to Siuhau attempt to 'force t that tin North, and its t.J" :11I.1 North i- gie.itItdependent on u<- cut off I siU-ntlj awav. WumudctachmeiitBahundrt.il -
.' S. *'n: > i is before C4mid betond the Constitution if "'.'11' a state convention of the the tnnlc1-let them have no more Cotton, Uioiis.iud
b, 1wrt an 'xulllt jou go people colI'I' state into submission[ and to keep her :is a pand'-n: 'rs at the 'HlIt h. strong, hastening to the
('1 I Ir i- not theortit) i is ( ion, You deemed it for tour prosperitj' ; nuthing the 'tateto decide. I shall abide bj protince, resolves your constitution government --- rice, sugar, timber-buy no more of theirfabric's I rcndezvofis ; we saw them afar ofi moving
. S..M. ,n, al ttt.: tot ever staring England 1 i iI ('onM -It'c'.k you ; no |tower can check ton, decision. I shall not as one of the at once into a military despotism Tlit liliitl .. U., ta Hint 'lliK lion. -'--fir iJniif with tfifif lift riiti'rf ((Iff P bj eomiKinies: along the sky line, parallel
I ': "other ('ountries in the face. I for von hate" the -ujierior pht-ieal 1 ,rc.\'. of tint state, decide it for mvself. If my and provides for standing :armies and taxes. When 1 1- Nathaniel Prentice taught? /ooX.* '-but- rind sell with friendlv Emu with (the rushing train ; they approached]
i.1 S '1:1 it v on free your laves j-ou w Hut"there ian innate: feeling in the breast state decides to go out, I shall go with and keeping the p'opleIII,.hw.1. [.ti-| :a public school in In'tI'IIIn' was v:,'rxiiiucli rojteau jn>tter imtAt lult siijiplies :5wi Us i IT, n IiijeiHs ; tlioj )OJ.CIH-O! UJKUI us> J>v-
' *' that folow the path} of j the fundamental bIf this Im l.141 with her ; I could not do otherwise. (Ap- and this is the place: here in New York.i would get very, much exhausted. by the infractions manage: : our oxvn :affair a- it suits us.In the field xvafull of kernel They rose
",'4' will) IH* )! out, and j'ou will : that lojaltt. is the protection of the South plause.) It is a grave question for any j i this is almost the very hour for you to decide of.the'1; school rules bt the; :r G''1"11 (ilaee nothing but Ihss1.1iei1S 1 at this hour and I apjieal to it. [Loud citiren. to consider whether he would dissolve ( -what That jour: Constitution-hall : On one occasion, in tather a tvrathtwav. that the Cotton niter's Contention of tliey shorts-lit like the morning shadowy,
.' J (Jreat applause.) i and continued applause.] Mind j'on, genI or aid. in dissolving the bands that I| not be put to such ;desperate extremes. he (tlirtatene l tOmnisli| with six blows Georgia and its comjieers are (doing n more as we xverit. 'i'huesisert- the Standing Armies
E -' 'I-f mo.lf.nlltiol"", then of f course I' tit-men, the South is not a -'ippliant 1 at tourfeet. j connect the states under this o\'erlllnent. This is the day and the ,hour, :almost-coming I of a heavy: t ft-rnile! i ihe first lay mit'c.ct in enlighteneil and patriotic work 1r time trimu'I of Kgyjif : let them conquer forever.I .
::n" 'Miieut of jourhippuig. tvvob She stands upon the l"\tt'm\ ; of the It is a grate question ; one that I hope events l press upon )'on-t'ir yon to decide w-hisjtaring and I :ij-pointt-d some as detector independence, prosperity and deft-nee of
.' (I at least in gone. \ our w are- Constitution, where jou stand: joure'|uals ; Clod: in his protidence, will keep me from that as wise 11111. roll will not undertake I *. Shortly after one of these detmet 'i i 1" the South than has ever before been conceived. I 11ev-u-s ov-M.tini.v ;r.-If you area ten'
.*. : \"third of them t.ill be empty, and she savs. Olll'ytllt' ('oti.l itntion. ['\]'- considering, I by the election qf some man I to bring about, a course of et cuts hen shouted : I am glad that Georgia has the precise man, and wi-h to be certain of what
""0 :ud l tall.: Your mercantile palaces: plaiisc.J J If .jirojlose, l ba -t>tem of opposed to this irrepressible conflict idea.Applause. I it will he necessary to protect tour Union Ma!tiT J ilin 7.i-lslcr Is tv liis| erinr. ." honor of having originated this tittci prise. :you get. net-er marry n girl named Ann ;
'::..mjf them will be .leM4ate. Take hocus |lK cns legislation, fiiectlj to tmderI ( .) But when the time comes for | by bayonets ; and as wi ise men j ou will John \:' cille l upon, and asked if it All honor to Col. Ilovvell Cobb, of l\rrj for w e hnt ethe authority of Lindletr Mnr-
,111Vl iitin .::1'. 'unirj out of its three IJll.lrc| i iI i stitution( -to carry out the will of a mere I j -ultation with fellow-citizens in Ala genius of our ('oulltry. How will yon do both of his teatfier and >-chool mates.)1) I this plan. He is :a true unlive son ofJeorgia art im4e."
,>I nd teorninerce) of J I majority-the South holds up that instrument bama.: You in :Xew: York hate nothingto it ? Vote for some partv or some e.mnmli- Yt' ,"answered John, I was not aware and though somewhat adtauced in If yon would like to have a wifo-wbo is
"" I". :at once. Everything else-evinterest to you and f-ays. You must be guided ill) with it. (Applause.) Whatever deliberations date that acknowledges that the South and what I xv as about, I:1: intent on working tears, he I- not oldortfVtto( in his thoughts, '. mule (.f'u, thousand," you should marry-an
.1"' will feel it ; etery 1:1 by it. and as long as ton are, we are the jou thoosc to make as citizensof Southern States are equd in this confederacy out :1 sum, and requested t the one xvho sat; energy and gcniu- Ills late comprclicnsive Emily or an Emma, for any printer ran tell
;* -untrv' will feel it j tthethpr, leI loyal friends of the (institution, and your ; New York as regards the vote of your ; that they arc entitled to protection next: to reach: me the ant liniti tie that contained lucid and mastt-rlj report, und the jou that "enis" are counled by thoiiMnd
'u' i.U.tituuiufJeturerofeLrrbge i iVl brothersIJnt I destroy it, put it under tour state, it would be alone fur you in New at least, in this confederacy ; that they shall the rule, which I wished to !('t'." grand practical: : points xvhit-h he ha already If jou wish to hate a bustling, fly about
,f iron inannthctnrer of cottons or feet in order to get at us, and upon tIme cry York to make, and I have no interest in not l he trampled upon, but shall hate equal: The Doctor regretted hi* I'tisty threat, achieted, prote him to be foremost in the wile, you should marry one named Jeunv ;
t11* whatever else. will be first become free and indejKndeiit that and I I in the formation front rank of great Statesmen and foreseeing for cotton factor knows that
L l' 1' Vqn i iI aggression we l question (CXcCJt incidentally ; rights :and admission of but told John ito could not ciifler him to every jennitr*
I :S-M I.1| throughout, in projtortion with ':' t ofvou. (Loud :iui ilause.: ) (:"entJemen i I have no right to advise with you or say nexv states, a fair and equal chance given vvhisK-r| or OM-ape the punishment but eontiiuicd business men of the South or of antcountry. uie ahvajs siinning.If | .
; \\\"ml\ : "I''rcourprper.m'frienr| i iI G td has put it into a worm tint if it :m) thing to you about it. Hut in this tq indu-try! aifd.\ civilization ; that the civilization : Ti* not in mortals: to command: jou want to marry u BelIe, u, i- jjvtntct.s.sary
I 1 at1i'rl. ,tq hl rohhe1 ,! i is trod n\m.\ it will try' to curl against the I Presidential election I have a common {interest and. industry qf tho north shall "I wish 1 could I I"ui,1 it. but cannot success"," but if he doe* not this he w ill do I that yon should bu.a vjitoiiylu
I L ';:.:lo". of Jo cluUarl At a blow :ul our( I II" I foot that trod upon] it, and try to Ming it.We J I with you, for jt i* sin election pf one march side by side with the ('It'ili7.lt ion and without fbrfcituit: of iIi" word. and the more, u he will descre success." Hut it bec.iu.se you hate to ring her at the altar
,, "",Hioint. and I(1If.I'lia.might jtos- thank God we are men-intelligent' :, to admhiioUr; this eminent for the next I industry of tho South, in a generous, noble, ('Ole-i'mj tient lossof nit :mtmt' h 'nity. I I vull," will bo n burning sh-mie and infamy tipon If y.m u m.irry one named ilargurot, jon
I" > "' ind Ifin the advocacy hether state other state shall that the shall in agriculture and commerce, if the for all the world kuovv
( : not starve, still have th..111.PI'I:1I1l"( ) mj- or any bayonet not be thrown into n' von mat ('hoose to say hether or not t| Uw ,F gst
5, '. Messjngs qf the 'eminent.s : of the-e righis we remit on nothing ;, go out of this Union, will be for each state the scale of the Xorth, as the -word of I omit; punishment." enterprise of this convention noud! fail. I Ore inaJe for hanging.If -
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.1. : : 1. :! : .1 .. i.. ., to determine itself and when the hour the fate T1 I S cannot vet consent that o h5gh-tonc. intelligent t ou wish to sm-cceil
f. (""< I tin destruction of our prop- ma is )tiiii IJIuI U. "" "- S fr. ; RrE'nl111S"I1'n of Home hnn r in .'"1111 saiu tutu: ue was: agrreti to tfiat. life a&ai.uorter
I I'nt K *|Miiallest of all the evils simplj ;ask fnuj ton -Iiunld marry a Caroline ami treat Tier
,: 1 ilIu- ''In l : inarch of this irrepressible ': your passionate desire for advancement and to this ipicst'on it will not come until after show ; that i is all we ask. Give us an opin'' and I). P. I). The Doctor told them to return ns our planters nnd indeed r.nr hn'i- it-mv kindlt, for along .m you c-ontbue to
l II'' 'is the t'rrllltU of rn(.- 1 }tower ; let not this mere feeling of proud the d'c.tioll-it will be a grave hour and chance with you ; that i is all we ak. Trample a tcrdict, which they oon did| ..ttlconsultation' -'r nc-ss men and merchants, trill Mifler thN do tint which you will be good to Carrv
S ', nliii. ,' w.n four mil- i strength animate tou-HNe to a higher that hour must bring its own determination not upon our industry with jour clilll"of a.s f .lJtlWi ; grind initi-jte.1 project totall to the ground.Is Tlie iii laJr barbarians: heathenish I Ite-ot- lc'n.l-tn the letcl'of iiitelligtnt, and! good ; it will be influenced by surrounding emancipation an.abolition, and do not tilmi, maker's word must IK kept invioI.it i it he wKo is always Itound to Ad-a-lfne.
.v' S .l ; who will do unto 0''hers as they would circumstances: and the expressed raids ItlhUK A ( 'uiii -.->.r MAN -V.MOM. ('a ? Voii adore xvife
." ui eight) millioDs of whites.I .- | men, sympathy i encourage upon us. Give us the s John must rcceixe the threatened may tour but you will
:.5 'I..J.'uiflut, which will destrotour hate others do unto them. Is that asking I it may be of New York and other states, showing that we do\ von. Jitt. ins a fair blows of the- ferrule : but it must IH in .:'' "i. and all our social relation, and too much ? and ;If large minorities in other tatt's.- I a.nd orjercns rivalry, and then who conquer ti-lon voluntary' proxies --ainl we, tin arbitrators which we find going the roundof our Dora.
I ,': "ithei drive us away as exiles 1 I hat t been asked here to-night, and I With all thl' ( otentk j tat undeveloped in in the strife t w'ill be conquerors indeed will hart he punishmc-nl! bt- recciting exchangebut which we don't$ believe a Many na-n <'I' high moral principles-,, and
I" ti 'ines, or eompel us to drench ,! do not think it projier to piss them over time, for me, merely to gratify some jxilitital I because they will hate MII..rioroagwi.. ., each of us, two of the bloxvVV'! word' of.-Xrnt York Jintjittnk.. -would not gamble! for the world, HH hare- il'
I ''I, ?1 ti,, blood of that unfortunate some questions, and it i is proltable that thisis antagonist: t. to express an opinion here j I intelligence and wisdom and w henet er j-ou ..JC1m110 listetud to tho tenllct, stepped 'The girl* of Coin-set make nothing of i not rr-fiistil to take a lief. -
I p1.' the at huiu'ht I T should intrcnliuvthem. this question, xvould be the wildest I become going into time -water and bringing out _.._..___
:, 'n the other must po{ tj>. the point!! \ iijHin superior to the South in those; up to till' Doctor. and w-ith OIut.trc'I..ll-i I -
I t' '.4i (indeed, be an *'irrejpresM"lfll 'One of t them is thi, : folly. (.\pplau e.) That opinion, will be things, I will 1).)%%' in silence 1 before ton. hands extLiiiaed I : shark or a mackerel bt time nose. TIie\ dig l'lnd'tn Qm'is'nn'e.-In thes
I (( wn .) ThereNnuh Sir; <10o consider the (..I"t'liutr Mr.Lincoln rendered to the people of my state w hen- I (.\pplau"n.t ".) .. Master here is uiy hand ; *hey fim't clamwith their toes :nnd ojteii (piohow- at tlw, C'ourt Ifon. on yesterday,
i .''I"* .I'nn! :thing, nn asl're-ident of lie United States, ever they ask for it ; it will not be withheld. \ 10n, f ftiuids, kt uie ('imS cu Tin, 'be stntel. :a blow ; I will: r,- '' \' the pnnMi-! w ith a pinch of the fingers. Thev live chiff- Moore stated: that, nnj-jrentlemen ,
.:: :. .hrt the evil with her. ,e a Miflicient cause to anoint the South ineceding (.pphumse-tiuree: cheers for Yancey,}| Xpxv events of j-ottrdat :acknowledge itjire.R.s nent. ly on sen fare, oimd the Norfolk fftiestions |
I Jli" '(u-tion all cl"oltiou. and ton from the Union ? I am asked one-other tlCli. I am asked 1 heavily njton me. [LiughtVr.J] I Tlie D K-tor under jtivtcn-e IPS taste salt, and vvhui thej die are prt.erve-ul J>re kmriilire ur ild receive a prompt
: i' -JH! .roiis. lc.s hall) I pre-iune In case Mr.Lincolnbe 1 .1..to.1. and States whether ] will aid the general government I have no exultation feel none. I feel that fact: shielding hit'TS' u,1 ofwirn1 tdhtiir lb<- Imlf a cent nry. Tlieirhair, in their old age-, unit-sorted answer. 3Ir. II irlau, Bell ex,
', I ins, iijtght fCtl u a little if: atto"i to eceile, will t'oiinqij tort the general and the other states, in maintaining the In- the Constitution i is weighed down b,'neath bot to gi> to their seats! saM he incubi turn into dry Mt i''oit I, :and if they hive torvflHkc I JndgiiL if he woidd joiu him
I 1' ""'", : ''It at all (" 'Mltl you share maintaining the jntegrity of the Union ? integrity of the Union, I am now struggling hour is approl'hlllthl1 these tests may meet was never intIi.t..1.! }p itti-img! with -rjstalJi/ations of salt, nndif 4-uk| sii4Mi JmlgeJI. &a4u-ere(1 that
<'li us ; you cannot get rie of it. The first question i is :l speculation. and I. t for it, and I sliall niggle for it until the IK applied whi'h mar result in forcing tin's -.- yon till in lote xvith them in tlwfryomh, he vvitu'jl'! tTiiliiiglv tIn no,. provided 31u ,
''M tl,e mastery in the ; von lit- the bj', it isn polilic.il 'spoliation to.). day: of election, and with DIY life's blood if desolation. Shall we not decide whether '. i.; i\ (J\h ).\.-llu Ji1IthIiiul you timidu.ul.i.hfji, pikI ." If.uLu ttixildjo.it Itiui iii u; similar Jotter
tS\ "(ii- us ; you mattake. away our It Jus nothing to do with thi l'tn:11 it shall I be required. (Applause.) But i ii. is we are to continue in that pro>poritv which have, in one mI.ay, re-elected five of the en te.31r1'd, unl aiMetl tljajha .preo1ie4
.: and destroy our social relations ; am now :aiding l you ho'seMly in trying: to it meant in this question here by the integrity has rendered us the admiration of the christianized dorsers of Helpe--'s Compendium of treaM-n. Why Samlto, hoxr block j-ou are i" aiia I tLvt: Urtitkinnd: e vvoul 'tursclves wi\amjuishd I bt' maintain the i integrity of this. g-on' nn'It'\lt. of the Union" the preservation of and civili7ed world ? t. -wit : John Cot'odeandG.iIusia; .\. Giovv; gentleman, the other day to a ncirro -waiter 315'. liI-ouijd r fiuo. to clo *o.. 31 Jlflr-
means Volt ( against us.Sii .- and the safety of the Union at the ballot an Administration which shall trample upon I feel it, and gentlemen, the keystone of in Peniisjhani.i; : Joh't Sh'niim and John at a hotel ;"" how in the world diil .voi 5Luu ejo'Ijiutlt1j..cpI "
s this horde 1110)majority, turn I i box.Vihl t'ou join int there :? (Cries of any portion of the South ? If so, then I the arch of the Union Already crumbling:, .\. Hinghaiu; in Ohio and Sduiyler Clfix get so black ? .0dJfL4# O/4. ;_ .: ,
*, ''I iiijllions against us, IliJr all I Illt. j j 'Yes. tcs,;" aunt l np]>lause.) I 1:111I: doing w ill l tell him I will lead any state in resisting that great fabric rests njton the shoulders in 'Indiana.r : : Ahv, Im.k a here, massa: Ue reattri )
I ''" ,if.f roper and social relations, lily utmost to avert the :atvi'ul catntroiliecontemjilate ( ] it to blood. (Applause.) The com of New York, (applause) and New York --- u auicUs-ile day dichile watt berm, tar ivnsan ttfti'LilV(1.' Ni-am has been .
I "''" 'awl against us but beware l in this question, the election m right f.: resistance to wrong that belong I! in her hands is the decision of the question.A L'orly in life )Ir. Douglas began to i ilfl1. eclipse." "" tu'im1't hut an eleant (rimt" -
I 'I'I.' not meet the fate of Aten.I' Abraham Lincoln, the author of the irrepressible ,to the worm, these are not all the more weighty question was never before 1.1JC he-spirit: of New. Kijgl uid.- G:-te inin
a. " I., ; > a socielhere that needs loy- fealty to the Constitution", nnd my fealty our Jat&graia the Declaration of Indepen- and nationalities i is on mind for- he might; ferit cost himonlj' txv .. illnaturetl ]>crson, on coming into a room, ; :
.Ii&v that neetlfl tathe fundJ I, to the Union alliance with deno (*ei\they cutJIuemIooso from demupotuifthe your '" because jj U a, graceful 'Ut0u1i j they lo ;; .vafleflttejIttF'sjhiI1iur
I my con&cnraj j I -, }I decision. Peace, prosperity, onion, Constitution ty-erglit cents :l gallon: IJV r?r Ttautxrrijj thotiauiieoo ,
'" w-iim| of the government, that J 'live m'n. by expondinj my- time and rpty :c'. &ntf. the 4 M tit, blessings ofefiristianiied lilv : goingta way, becausa they are -Ji8.s. a
-k" : clehght m losa.sight ofweh other; .
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remedy except the right of rebellion and revolution not they combine to overthrow the Nullifiers and I :IVIml .'"rtIan" Contributed to the AVm. I... Yancey and the domination. For the Floridian A Journal. For tlw FlwTidian 4 Jonma)

Propagannists of the Calhoun whool their efforts Abolition Strength? I I The Charleston Courier of the 17th nit, says: )1E. n! EDITORS-The last number of the .Sr* .%."H NVtl.K. Yi.. Oct -
0nrnal.TALLAHASSEE hi the extreme. \
atrtr f then her condition is pitiable and make The followingonuI'arison of the Presidential ?th; I ,
to override the Constitution Negro I We
arc authorized to state positively and distinctly tinel has two communication devoted to your MC.OXR. DYKEiV-C.\ni.isi.K -. .4
She is doomed The Union and the Constitutionwill intn of the i-ounm and the .
the dominating iou in the Free State in 1M2 1850 says Cl
Slavery "
I and on responsible evidence which can be furnished correspondent ".. One of them hiss no sig sire through the columnof .
---- --- --- then have proved a curse to her instead of a Are not these the i issues upon M hich thel're.iden- Nashville 1'itiun will show conclusively what your (II -. tnt
: blessing.The tial contest is to turn? lo not Wm. II. Seward of the Black to a proper demand that the nominationfor nature-to the other is appended the cognomen tral organ reaching: to more i I"nior- I:': In t
and JOHN BELL Salmon P. 'base and Edward party b responsible for the growth the Vice-Presidency the ticket "Seventy-six." j
--- of resistance by the Generalwas on Douglas wasotTere..1 perhaps, than any oilier to maim .
plan prp Bates Scluiyler Colf.ix an.l 1 John llickman; Henry Republican fiction that now threatens by its sectionalism to William L Yancey, of Alabama. To the first of these, Leon" can: make no reply. which I think oporrtine, and,) wont,
November 3 i860. and and and llonu-e F. Clark hold precisely Govern f
Saturday cmmeria loda non-itelun M. Fuller and fanaticism to destroy the
The offer was made The gentlemanly author consider himself unanswerable iiileration
through or by George of !
may t Ofir whom i it is .
Direct Trade with Europe. This is good far the same nentiment* in relation to lhteIfthU Democraticvote
= 8 ment. It will In- seen that while the Sanders of New York if he for I confer -L 'ier'I
and with the knowledgeof chooses freely my I linv.- boo n .jritye l to notice. .
a it goes, but it does not meet the ca I willnever is not ttutflcient to com jet the .w / years /< Stephen Arnold Douglas, ard but a few (day inability to deal with a writer hoe productionis lions on he St i'-' Liri'ig' thepat: 41' :'
carried disconnected from other
out, let him read little fllrt ll'r.- j
b "perverting facts a the Whig and Know Nothing vote rftrretuedover before the meeting of the adjourned Convention a combination of abusetwatlolle uul unintelli base l-i-ii -<-\. ...1 Volunteer Cwrtij.w : Oct.'Inn.
measures inaugurated by the people in their sovereign Pending the Chicago nomination a corTcs-pon- f,)(If) and the figures in the Republican columnlilr'1I lIe .
at Baltimore. giblejargon. may relieve himlf by call'.ngme ; izrcl and t"Il"it'l"| ,U lx.'thi| Infantrx
capacity. Gner you mast advance a dent of the New York Twit wrote a- follows: ,;, show where the latter has been transferred "fool" and .
two We respectfully request exchanges interestedto a assert that Id<' not tell the Artillery. Hr:1D1: <-1.* them stanl, t1! .. alt"itt"
step .. "The candidates prominent befoie the Opp "i- We n.k Auitlieni voters to examine this give extensive circulation to this a1 assertion in truth" to his heart's content-foul words ne .l soitviUf IJ--U Inl-tfitn: ," antI as the A ..
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DEMOCRATIC. ... .TICKET, The (4MtlMel on .Two FuoT tion.. Dayton are Senator, Senator(C'amerou BFJ.L Senator Senator tfewanl Crittenden, \Vm.L. table_ can folly:. _ the words of and on the authority of the Courier, but a foul tongue to utter them. Of /M intellectual of I hU, tralLmt ross-pa, I would! incite ibof itlt "
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Partlen. Governor Banks, Abraham Lincoln John ('. Fre -"-; .--r-" " The ConxtitHtim a ltd tht Equality of the Statet: I-/ that those who undertake doubt should dismiss him therefore with of 1
t f f to ju-t two wor.ls I file "rnll of the \ 4)hltflti'sr'ltmpanesto tiC
tAte art the Symbol* of Krrrlatting L ILl The &ninl undertakes, after two wek'd cogitation mont.nd t -a9 C 'bt..
'li iII.all this the writer in their in 1 form. advice-first, that he learn control .
thrte tAt rallying ertt of the /VopJc. to reply to the which we in confirmation =., 15.-" .: .. ; put negation a proper to It.ml..r.and t ) the propriety of !as-sciating in V
l proof submitedon = : : : :-:. : ; .
BR ult the lie: ', JlllI'O'l'f'tI! to detail a conversation between : : : T. CJJHU : This will be taken as an answer to all who secondly, that for the present h,- lay asitlf BATTALION ant! applying to the. -u; _. aweni4c
IRE tiie 20th going to com ,
ic supprr .veral Hel'uhli'anwho' : : : have questioned us concerning our former assertion his pen and study rrm1lmtlr. lure for a. harter unilrr which of'' :
----.- of Bell w.ilh being "a two-faced party Her Lo prominent ? : : : : : :: r[: U> o"tr.Itt
FOR PRESIDENT, the commencement of cotemporury's rejoinder stated: : u nsrn : of the same fact, as w c had not then the distinct My venerable antagonist, "&\"Cnt)- ." thinks which nholl J grant to the llittolio tho pr" iflUC

: ou That notwithstanding they, were personally- evidence available, although we were fully I "betray a gross and perverted mind" in trying i of elect;ngita own oflkers with aU[) Kteg "

J. C. BRECKINKIDGE convinced before we first uttered the assertion.It to be jocose and ,'ittyon quite a serious sill -s a* prudent discretion .
i The d and consistent favor Seward, yet that it w ul l l he more politicto : I ._u -= .1. ; tjm ijett; might .;. hi:, ,;
with J'n JIm John Bell, per nominate a Southerner so that it might not IN .! i. x I fZ must have occurred to all observant readers and compares me to a "professional Jack-ketih it :Idi.ity.igur and efl cil'ney. Till pr keel

OF KENTUCKY. verts facts and charges, that he i t the said it was a sectional struggle for|>o\ver. It was I t. .. 1 1.1i Q 9-sr. g remarks the Courier that while Douglas himself prating flippantly and familiarly about the gallows (ages which stu-h an organization wouM'al."' 'TiIt.
SUppn'lt further that BELL of Tennessee. was the -I o
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Nor upon one interpretation and most available candidate for them. ; :: : : has not attacked or assailed William L Yancey halters and hanging." Now I do not deny the St.ite, a.- well in its capacity t" '*w :

FOR VICE PRESIDENT, South upon another. Such is not the case. ."u o:. --, e.o o"e e so= t'. personally, but has very indecorously and unjustifiably Messrs.Editors,that hanging" is quite a serious; "l'Ill'-, as in offering a nucleus an
I around
Mr. Bell i regarded by the whole Black Republican Now we submit that Black Republican who wiuf ,
GEN'L JOSEPH LANE party as a pro-slavery I and his record were desirous making )Ir. lk-11 their PresulentLil _jjjjjj Jjjiijjj-i assailed the nominee of the Constitutional subject" But every body know that even a serious gather the Militia force of the State. "ir3OBr L

shows him to be more 8 C. Breckin Democracy, all the Douglas organs and trumpeters subject may be so presented as to excite int'ut11<1 suggestive to.require .,*,... .. bagjbOO

OF OREGON. rdg the opinion and assertion of the Floridi I candidate and who are now willing to place :.z and trained bands direct their blasts and assaults mirth; and the apprehension expressed the"r- 111} hatnls. Br>;les, 1 d, not wib'I'nt'-01.
-- contrary notwithstanding. him in Lincoln's Cabinet cannot regard him as : :Z I! t: -1 S Ii 1 I "
** and therefore : ':'7.i.- !i2"s p : against Mr. Yancey as if he was the opposing nion Committee, that they:and their party would your col-nun will aKngthy h art!. .. ,. f ..151he
that ;
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: This i:striking specimen of what is termed a pro-slavery man, 0 ; nominee. be hung for opposing the passage of an act, or the nHnulv to unite attention to a :: -,-1 ,,

GEORGE W. CALL dodging. I is ,'er convenient to insinuatethat do so be regard cxcepted hint out I'rolwbly of the N tttiiu that number number i is confined who- ;: :::; ; : ;; ;I r'U May not tome explanation of this difference be adoption of n joint resolution by t he Florida Legislature my opinion, "iiould: m. \"e tin |>n>t. .:... .... '

J. PATrON OX. the Ffrrtdian .perverts f. and equally" to Massachusetts where candidates rrreive j : z".i. ., .. V'.. found in the fact above stated on ample authorityand in favor of co-operating with some svced- of the \ariou Military organ 7.1lti. i It. C

convenient t say, .Such i case. But : I :! {C JI previously asserted without denial that the ing State, did and does scent to me incxprcv"il>Iy ami al-.oot" the Ijegi-Iature. tutu !; -!,,. "n .
J. the most favor who are inont against the South -- :- -
th adroit way dodging the truth i no answer.It nomination for Vice-Presidency under Douglaswas ludicrous. How cuultl I treat it otherwise than Mich ait onrinizafion if applicatii i I. ,
and where, as we have shown, the supporters of -I .. I "
only shows that o neighbor can be discourteous : .- -,.-=: x !; <" 0'x -i > tendered to William L. Yancey? jocooely ? giving it a prompt and most liter. ..-. sillsiI'
endeavor him first in the f
BJP: Sec fourth page for reading matter and when he tries and can deny a statement founded Mr. Bell to put popular .1 I _. ."'7 i.'o.. r-- >,. -t-r.,- I 2 5C_ Let the truth he known, and the intelligent But the chief object of"Seventy-six" i. to "tM non as to ptoev in it* hands arms. i I!. f ., hat

advertisements.Judge upon proof without being able to adduce a esteem by holding him up" as "a Southern man: gl :1 _;{ _-- public decide.In ice a question of ttiiteviinitxhip raised by .{'}. : defi-nec of the State.: Having ilom 11! (t"
-J1eI urIIfd.- title of evidence in suppr of h denial We with The Northern Sentinel principles.undertakes to relieve Mr. Bell by or. a..a.r .'.z"1,'i = I i---- 7' corroboration of the statements made by the I beg leave, just here, to correct my vencraMfcommentator } I the matter: t.) a!!er pens nnil nun hue tit

D. S WALKER and Lady, and Col J. said nothing about manner in which Mr. Bell quoting a g:1r1llt'tll''ntenc.'' from one ofMr.[ Brcrkinridge's ; i- .S t J J._ : I Courier, the Washington Cvnttitntion of the 19th -no ""q'iestuut statesmanship"was I Icimls to pl.in antI developilrtaiU( TL .-.; tuck

JOHN WILLIAMS and family, reached home on ,'a regarded by the Black Rpublcs" We spm-hes, and then conclude with tllinfl'rl'n ult., publishes a letter from S. S. Baxter, Esq., raised by Leon ; he simply made objection- i r-ntk-iH-n, arr (.oninuuunit) \*lilt! < \ ; t as 0ii

Thursday last spoke of Mr. Bl's mpporter -not of the supporters It will Ito seen from the above that the total formerly Attorney General of Virginia, and nowa to a position assumed by the "('.mmill{' '." But I signs.Irt as in"peace pn-jKire It.r" I'." '",r t>, ( jIts
that he Mr. B. 1m !
<"C ( ) tlbn'tlirtt..lly Ii ,
.IH of Lincoln. We charged and proved the vote of 1S.-.IJ, in the Free States wa 567,384 greater resident of Washington City, as follows: to the point in hand "8cnnt)- ix" quotes from no evil m.iyoi u\ yt-l it I* the imp. '.Il: ,
This remarkable
that he is not pro-sla\ery nun -
Ca Fixture charge, a the Sentinel very well knows notwithstanding a than that of t&j. Of this increased vote the I WASHINGTON, Oct 19, I860. my article the following paragraph : I ilw State tit arm. : e
conclusion drawn from Mr. ..
Now that the Gas Works an nearly ready for its affected belief to the contrary, that Hn'tJ..inrilg"sdt'fl'l1re Democratic ticket received $.). 17, and the BlacklhiiiilIieauis I WM. M. BKOWXE, Esq., Editor of the "ConstiI Were they honest in sunK>siuz that :ui act <>fbuch Mo-t Hjxvtftrtly Htil initi> .. ((0)00itot
of the National from the vital
use, eTtl'body will want Lmp Chandeliers, two opposite constructions are given to the record Democracy 41..>G7. The increase in the Democratic I tution:"-Dear 8ir-Your note of to-day has l>een States Iruponm'e| from a the the Union MttSMoiioCnneofttutfsovereign woulil roultl fotaccomplished i HOLMES t.r J'I.[
of intention illtl the or
&c D. (WI.SX.Sox a fnt lot of themon of Mr. Bell-one by his supporters i the South charge to \\ (I"\\'l'r cf Ihctioxernment vote from 1S.12 to ISofi. was 8.'.817. The received.In by a joint resolution act ofthr Lrinftiturff :/ : f'npt; itl ., .1-icksoilviHf 1.1.111! I IN Inmt.t I-.: ,. I

hand, suitable for parlor or u.I lice u Call and the other by his supporters in the North-and for the extension of slavery. liecorrectly \')' increa- in the Black( Republican vote was 1,087- reply, I state that when Mr. Yancey was en Did any body biidc thifapicnt ...nuoitttot' 1 __ __ _..._ feoris
denied the charge., and this, says the route for the Baltimore Convention he stopped in e"erIn'ml thai any other power than ti" pest I Ttir Oxi.y \ l'\R i \ T eta
and sec them. that th cnttutthem"a twofalparJ.. C'.:;. The I"s in the Opposition vote was fiOC,116. Washington and stayed with Hon. Mr. Pugh, of tie tlu'iuselvfft, in their vereign ca|':irity,,-oukl( mr -\- pin
----- SriitiMl, i is a virtual dec lal".1tion that hen not a [.7)ii Itidlolin, im: .litfrbt '"it'- nlyml
the tie th.it bind the State to
I We will repeat the proof upon which our nlrton So that while the Democracy gained 8.1,817 the Alabama.In th&-e-ou-tI.-nu-i-- I
.4 God PI&gfe,1Ion. was and the Sentinel into Mas pro-slavery man From stuli oourii.cong proof(!) Black company with Mr. (I. W. Fisher, Virginia .And adds, "It i. s cry clear that the rommittwentertained I'ciiri'vltjnits:

The attention of the Rank and File of Volunteer IJ a goes we turn away in ekspair.Vo' will not even citr Republican gained KOG.tlG from the Oppo.itinn I a delegate to the Convention I called to see Mr. no nch opinions, nor tin they concede I '' initnitit.me.f'flb..' tt' t 1\! uMirpriMs *

Cmpnie throughout the State i directed how the Black }publrs"Ig to the contrary the oft-ri-i>eatctl larations <.fMr. | and 1 481,5(57( from the increa>ed vote, Yance)". Mr. Yaoce)' was alone when we called.Mr. such to k i..l.lti\"l' "tltl It itlw I tlt Mtvl bo put faith: in ti>< !i. ,. ->. ikt4

to suggestion of Capt HOLMES STEELE of the him, we will go there too, and show, as we making their total gain 1,087,683.< These statis- Pugh and Colonel Hubard of. Virginia, subsequently 1 powers a > : jiarty. TIJ'iu';uklill"h"HIf th i-<-u\ 'i' 1. rm
Breckinriilge that it h the df the Federal ;
te bfor how Mr. Bell's friemU speak of him. duty 'i(- fhow w here the Black Republican gain came came in. 'sapient' Mr.[ Hilton who claims ('UL"I'n? only" from t.jHU to 4,*\\O \otc-. oui .>! "m "I.!
Jacksonville Lih lntr. idea broached At the State Convention to nominate a Bell-Ever- Government to Jlr tfrt slavery in the Territorieshis from. It i is not probable that the vote of Mr. Bell In the course of the conversation it was remarked Where? On what occasion? Surely "Ses(-uuty. I the'onlv) one running up to S.tKH (lit : ,J. Mr[ .thits

by Capt. IL L a good one vote in Congress to repeal the prohibition of that Mr. Douglas strength in tho Conventionwas six" has not such a "priMs and perverted mind" }lei;h. their candidate Iirsian 'oroncr wUn j--4
itt electoral the J. Thomas Stevenson
-- ----- ticket lon will IKJ more than half the vote received by Mr. much increased the number of Southern >
by popularity cflrrinl him a little .ihru i ,
> n) i .
1820! which the :
slavery North
prevented spread as to make a charge of this sort without proof to rj usherttiil
Transfer to the Florida Conference.Revs. poke AS follows: Fill more in the Northern State men who expected be nominated as Vice.Pres. The ,
A. J. Woldridge and S. E. Randolph whatever his purpose of 36. 30, his persistent oppo>ition to the emancipation -------- ident on his ticket. In reply to this remark, Mr. sustain it. If)Ir. Hilton ever claimed "such pow j -aim- |letrtv pollt-d 1.2154 virf. il ,ij.rin
.hover. terfor Maine, 15)455),( IJIarkl
were transferred from the Tennessee Conference, may be, that the party which party in his own State, and hi* present |'vsitiou The views expressed by the iVdernl Unian'in Yancey informed us that the Vice-Presidency had ers" for a legislative body" (the writer of this never agniiv.! \ {ii.Ul.iaib Roithac

at it.icesion on the 10th ult, the Florida Conference you to-day rprnt is composed of'proslaverymen as a candidate on a platform whicli for the the article In-low so far as they relate to action by I been tendered to him if he would unite in the heard of it before. On the contrary Mr. Hilton 40,000 IVniotriKThi
t of the term nomination of Mr. Douglas. lIe spoke of the is thei nrty tint is held up '-- i- -tv
which body meets In Monticello 011 the i acceptation t first time in the history of distinctly enunciates the Legislature, are undeniably correct. It is not with While affirmed publicly, in his late speech 1.t lrt'
proposition scorn. we were conversing -
either monomaniac, or he means deceive. t ly ln> >e of the and not t<>
12tli of December. Bell of Tenne t ee t the true Southern doctrine as to the rightsof in the power of a Legislature to do more than on the subject, Mr. George Sanders, of New the Democratic Club he had never for a moment | runntry. -''hb'T[ [ aLito tans
exponent of
prMart- he South and
JDln the
ry an the South. All these go for nought in the provide for a ('on rent ion of the People. It cannot York, came in. After some general conversation entertained such an op I\iun. Does "&>v\'nt-Jiix" (treason: tu ( 1'nmnAs

Election Return. Hit record which it without Not of the ,'4nfiurs commit the State for I about the prospects of Douglas and of uniting the and
open, a on i.pl presence overwhelming argument to secession it is restricted adduce the following a* proof of the above assertion .,
party on him Mr. Sanders urged Mr. Yancey to the day of election approachrof :r- .
We will b under many obligations to our to who dam has 1 allegation.with Roman firmness fora "L-t honeM men" pause be-fore they vote in it* action to the making of laws under the Cunftitnli" accept the offer that had been made him and as ? "lie," Mr. II., "declared that his primary success brighten. Oen llopkin- s!'a ; rot

friends throughout the State, and especially t the generation in st up opposition to the heresies for Breckinridge! m. ami tin 'institution does not authorizeit an inducement to accept it, assured Mr. Yancey allegiance was due to the State of Florida and he otis friends wherever he traveled m tuft*

various Judges of Probate, for full returns of the of ultra men hi stay section and among his Another effort to relieve Jlr. Bell antI to. convict to make any law withdrawing the State from that Douglas must die within six months after his would obey her-after the Stats shall have weeded viit to the West lion. B F. Allen un, wing chit

Pdent election s soon a the official can- ow constituents for the defence of the equal the Democracy of alo In-ing "two-faced," is lie Union. That i is a matter upon which the inauguration, and that then Mr. Yancey would from the Union, he said he would help to West Florida TinAVesl river i> ili'mracTOS tob
the Chattilioofh whit
rasa i completed in their respective counties. A stood rights, of like the the North man that and he of ia the, beside South; be Quincy who predicated of the absence of the word "slavery" Sovereign People, l>y their delegates in Convention have This the is whole the substance matter in of his the power.conversation which hang any man who resists it. * majority* for the cause of the Un..
little attention t this matter w put the peoplein Adams through all his struggle for Joh right of in the Democratic platform. Well, w hat: of that assembled, alone are competent to pas-v. occurred in my presence. Mr. Fisher was present He said not a word about tho people in their sovereign ion, and the enforcement of thv Ins the.mbe.

possession of the result without baring wait The word i is in I am not sure whether Mr. Pugh and Cot say von, gentlemen of the Mi t petition ; he who opposed with a glowing eloquence slavery" not the Constitution From Hit(Gn,..) Ftdirat I'nion. capacity. Supposing him to have correctly

until the vot i counted and declared at the CapitoL the annexation of Texas for the same reason but does the Sentinel therefore charge that that TinlJct.1 lV.ny to .Act if Action beconies lIubard were present at the time but I believe quoted Mr. Hilton, (which he does nut quite) ritriJ-i Eiitrpri., N/rf. 'Ji
which did in vain ." they were. Respectfully yours, This is a specimen of the br.iggui: rw ti.tf
opposition was
you it ti ; instrument is "twofaced11'1 pretends to say I o'cessuiry. a 8. BAXTER.The what does he prove? Simply, that Mr.[ II. wa-
he who the Senate to denounce sition the flection. The rewu, ,
st up Whatever: mode of resistance to Black Republican btfi're 'f'ln W thin,
fie the Missouri violation that the word property in the Democratic plat Richmond of the 23d follows speaking on the supposition that a certain event
BCT. M. P. Richardson.The Compromise a a domination the South decide it Is up ever, in every in>tuicv puts to *ham tlM>irbui
of good faith towards his Northern brethrentill form does not mean attire,' Is it not so under mny upon Mr. Baxter's letter with another from Miers W. viz: the secession of the State of Florid1, hud or- 01.Ti
friends of this Here the from tlie.
laborious and much esteemed of the greatest importance that we all be united ing. are figure* anii-s
his own constituents were blind enough to call stood by the supporters of Douglas Lincoln of Fisher a to the Charleston and sally taken pltl t. saying not a word as to the
minister of the gospel w b gratified t learn him home; he who to-day finds opposition in the and agreed uixm that mode. It is not perhaps to Esq., delegate of the Chattahoucher i 'enthr
Bell and Breckinridge> Where is there a Democratic Baltimore Convention.who corroborates the manner in which that event was to bo brought
that he h in a great measure recovered from his South only on the ground that he is too friendlyto he expected that complete unity can be obtainedin -GocsraoorMiI.Toes. ---
Northern may well wonder when he editor or speaker sustaining Breckinriilge statements made by Mr. B., to their fullest extent. about That it could be done by the act of the HOPKI.HU.TOS Aut
recent severe and protracted illness and will itert favor of But the we
resume i described a prsver candidate.. North or South who does not BO understand it any particular plan. way These disclosures leave the little giant" in an legislative body" in the assumption of the "Union Calhoun, .73 99 duties Elder antI in ibis
Presiding JO/t the Tallahassee our opinion the to
b a T citation, while it sustains ou allegation We challenge the sWat to cite a solitary instance only way give general awkward dilemma. Committee," for which Mr. It is in no wise re Escambhvl't 39fi 173: .
District (M. E. Church) a few days. He satisfaction, and command. a united effort, if resistance -14C 4t t.V rum.evig
i Franklin
But the ,
that :Mr. Bell's record i construed differently well authenticated If then, our platform ---. sponsible. Seventy-six Bays committee -
expects t b present at the Quarterly Meetingfor b determined upon, i is to call a Convention Vote of l-eBa Holmes. .IK) HO ;::,
at the North from what it i at the South, at these is construed the same way. North and South, "entertained no such opinions. Is not the-
this station the 17th and 18th of of the >le. Whatever the Jat-keon.l3 470 5t!
on November State
jxHj through a The official vote Pennsylvania, cast at the
time administers a rebuke to th Sentinel with what grace can our cotemj>orary charge u iwith only alternative conclusive, then, that they designed SautisIoaa.256 319 'JS1:

and at Pg Church on the 24th and 25th of the for pretending oheri Mr. Stevenson calls being "two-faced," when, to sustain that general Contention may decide upon will be late State election, sums up as follows: to mislead their readers! May not 'the Walton, . 191 1W 410( la AL IS

same month cotemporary .a monomaniac" or one who intends charge, he mu>t show that, like John Bell's record binding upon all our citizens. Every citizen of a GOl.'ernor-Curtin. (Lincoln,). .. 263,349 committee exclaim, "save us from our friends?" Washington, K57 8fi 17i13S7 : theeTicur

.-. ou State owes paramount allegiance to the State.- Foster, (Dem.). .. . .230,257 -
deceive. But le u hear further from it b construed different ways in different But "Seventy-six" continues b a very ; :
Democratic t 1trtt: tn'lit
Our allegiance to the Federal Government b tee'
the supporters of Mr. BelL Gea S. Hilliard is the localities* conditional Curtin's majority .. .. . 32,072 marked distinction between the action of a State
show fur HOI-EIM nI
The Club was addressed on Saturday night .. and depends upon the feet of our State These figures a majority
lat I orator of the Bell party in Massachusetts, --- The vote b about 22,000 heavier than ever before under her organic authority" and the action ofhe1r tern
by R B. HILTON, Esq. in a speech devoted main I leg adlu ring to the Federal compact or not. .' opposition candidate for Oovi'rm "' J>nj'!
The Sixth of\o: through T2u
ciiibo-r. 1856: UlH'han. Fro.mont rj-"'- '-:- ii---- i -r----5 3- I melii
and such is entitled respectful consideration in tha Ssa'In ,
,. .. _. ust while Dimot-rali'-ciUK'.nlat. t
ly to elucidtting the doctrine of secession a t __ __. II. .._ '- 1--- -- veneraMe friend this is valuable HILTOX.HK- > :
a held fWmt Ki. t. _A.ah I S- '--- U" ... ..... tt.rr "u" and Fillmore receive "x11 as follows : you, my a very
by eminent oiate iiignu men in tt><' past The I .On the other hand, how is it with Mr. Bell! of BRECKINHIDGE and LANE active efforts on purpose, our Suite withdraws from the Confederacy For Burhanau .. . . ._ 230,772 piece of information; but I think I had 'Jml'itlel' 's, reeds I s a majority of 54 over AT.LO j

speech was timely, a it gave t the audience as- He has been all his life in opposition t the dominat Tuesday next. We observe that the central organ we no longer owe allegiance to the Federal .. Fremont .. . . .. 157,903 before of (tho distinction between the pfttj Gen. MU.TO.V has a majority "fB.ncf ticrentlemsn. *- to1et1n

sembl a prpr understanding of that doctrinea public sentiment of the Suth He i a pro of the Opposition in Tallahassee exhorts its Government.; We deprecate and should deplore Fillmore .. . .. .. . 82,202 >U and their agent-tho organism treated Lj Snob a n-snlt tolote I* >w lit'i rance .1 a.
tectionist: the South for fre de was in premature action by individuals mobs. Ix the ..Titr.f
abstract at yet one i any or ran placed on -p ; :
thou present favor of the United Stt Bank, the South was party friends to strenuous exertionPt'rha the When we act, if act we must t. let act like Tota.1 vote in 1S5G. .. ,. . 470,937 them for certain purposes, specially defined. BellitrTlie invariaWf nile with tKci tic
UH tce
that render at a
practical no cry'
may d not He Cal doctrine of Sentinel hopes that the great victory just achievedby At the lute election But Seventy-six" goes further than thiIll'
tant day in the future. We need not say that the opp protested removalof the Democracy will render them carclesand brave antI unitelll't'ople who know their rights makes a marked distinction" between a ftutt
Of all the Tennessee and dare maintain them. decisive action | Foster received..230,257Curtln -,'FioThe PcmofRM-v '
the Any it
Mibjccl was presented with clearness and force by depit the delgtion that activity on the part of the Bellites may enable on i received, . .. .. .202,349-492,606 and the people of a State. "A Stuff,"he says,"can jMiIsts snptbites
he of petitiaiit this momentous question l the Intl ii stud
hy Legislature hi somctlung little i-t
a upon
the ar -
dtihe 6paer.T olition of in frpn of tllem to steal a march" on the Breekin- act only by her constitutional organ, the Ltgi&tture. -

lt meeting of the CampaignF opposed the annexation ot Texas. Clm.protested ridgers and carry off the electoral vote of tIle our opinion would not l he wise or satisfactory. I Difference In favor of 1800.. 21,669 ." An act of the people of a State, therefore live-that is, upon toti*.

L VILLETJGCE, Esq., and others will address against the repeal of the Missouri Compromiseand State for their candidate. We apprehend no such The present members of the Legislature were not ;; It will be noticed that while the Democrats would not be the net of the State; and con.-t- eyed

the Cub. We bespeak a crowded audience. resisted the Lccompton Cnsitution Thereis result, but a little wholesome caution will not be I elected l hy the people for any such purposes, and :I have held their own in the State, giving to Foster quently, when Mr. Hilton spoke of(the Mittr breeding YlKMXI.V M.\KIALMS; III.K 'osrt'I t (or'
no man at the South who dere be the most they could do art now fK well organized -:waryVirginia. ctmttnis
mor t consktently would be to I within a fraction of the same vote that Mr. Bu- I
I of and therefore Democrat shot
called with Northern principlesthan out place, lctcvcry see he tntixt have meant that it wad to be a'l'tlmplisbed -
The Itell and ET Club. a Suter man -. provide for callins a Convention A Convention I I chnnan received the abolitionists have largely Increased There will 1>C :t .Tint} i.-i. | U"* 'II
rt to it that no vote is wanting for candidates i by by act of the Legislature, for a State, savs -
Joh Bl I will c'OlIcmtmtellUhlic and giio rilxnii SO of tho nr.iulier .it an I'limuiniiM :5 It< Ta)
opinion their Where did this
Gen CALL ad'the Bell and Everett Club Now here a moiety of the proof upon whichwe his absence from the ix>lls or through failure to strength. they get ;uSeventy-six," 4f1/ act in no other mode! This
i and cllicacy to that opinion. We Fillmore held in Kkhiuotiil on (tin- 7th Nnvrmlr c'VTlie Ice ,
then- j From the
hope increased vote vote
on Monday night lat The General was listenedto based and if it does not sustain exert such influence as he may possess in ill yet unques is evidently the point aimed at by u Seventy-MX."
ou ch. will IKno for action. F.'u74'ir. r sn-s lh.it on no |iressu- i-i.olies i
iieccsMty T
with respect and attention. He viewed the allegation language that could be em cing others to rote right. We have barely a u-I any e hopethat j tionably. Ah Mr. Hilton! what pity tins dhotinetion"nec- Gen.lIt. .

election of Mr. Lincoln as almost certain. If so. th that the l It y some means, the election of Lincoln may j To arrive at this it is only necessary to look at head so.> I.irgtaIirtc ol'cavulrv ,e.seue4! -
would do so; but let the Sentinel digest ble full of hope throughout general er entered your If Seventy-six" had only
1loye Inprevented.. We hope that Go l in his in this Slate, aral it lsotfgrs-uI IMIJ> irt.ini'' thai i
infinite i Bell-Everett Fillmore
be would b a usurper, elected upon lrncple this before undertakes to show that "Mr. Bell in the free States, Lincoln will lose enough < the figures for Congres.-the or published his .subtle and profound "distinctions"a .
outside 6f the Constitution. Elevated office i df'C-1 merry may: int-rpo-.e, und save our country and party having no candidate in the field for very lct latntctttr'hittulti U on IL' .ttiUZJ- sour
bya Black his election. A little earlier have
t by the whole Republican partyas toral votes to prevent I you might : escaped fine of
i rgrde the worM from such dire are graiiiivd M kno\rtiwl4'i i'l L U.inl .1* /*
sectional action, with the avow t object 01 destroying man." The question i not a to ous though late rally against him is being :( a calamity. But if come Governor but running candidates i for the National the maledictions which have been breathed .
prsl\er it must, it liecomi-s the of the South ofth !"y-teni ,,tiM-tk-H now in !.- ai tLO fuii
jK-ople of
the institutions o the South, he wouldbe how they regard him, but bow hb friends and in New York, and it i is within the range of possibility to Legislature. These figures show that out against yoa You then instead <>f saying when 4'ntal

the President of that faction, and not of the regard him. To cite the abolitionist that that State may vote the fusion ti k
8r possible harmoniously: ) and in order obtain l he mustered the Bell-Evcrettites has cxprejKtl his renelinttimatt :n.t 'lictili
States. He would either a traitor and is defeated and the election then to 7,067 could by I
Unite b t disprove their distinct ueuivO'11 state If so, Lincoln would doubtless have said when the rKnpi.Eofthe r
t such action, we liclitve it will be mc-nt and impart; iti-ttrnrfioii, il' |-riui--ii1-( < ted
firstto their candidates! Had the Fill-
his party or his 'utr. Suter men should ments besides being a miserable dodge," is the goes to the House, where it should be the tlt' ire necessary for Congressional State" etc.. etc., and it would all 11:11M'eU tained from the el!' \\'nr.ItHI ;urt t.'nt .
resist his administration at bednnkur their have a Convention of each State, and then of more vote therefore remained intact and not have Secretary
of friend of State that noble
it unkindest cut all" of every Equality our right; for Seventy-six" admits that (the people ofa oat
honor safety and interest required them do so. nil the Southern States. We hope it will be understood over to the Black Republican, the resultin
gene "
t The Sentinel says the Flrn"perverts facts. standard bearers shall appear backed by the whole State have acknowledged precedent :antI l authority :Mt-nJoining iii ii ierL UeP

He hoped there would b no division upon this We think we have shown that Mr.Bell's Northern SouOtern tote. The hope of such a result should that we do not pretend to say whether Pennsylvania would have been a triumph of avery in the Declaration of Independence" for licin I'rues.lon. he

subject in the South. He said no patriotic relieve of the and it effort the of election. Let action will be necessary or not, and if necessary, different character from that which has electrified old It tIc bo'iJb
m supporters us charge retort inspire active on day abolishing an government and et ta!>lfcling! anew Th Washington -orre>j>oiulen) -

in the South should accept office under his administration upon the accuser, for it i perfectly clear that they us then RALLY, one and all, ande "a long we do not presume to advise what kind of action the fanatics and induced gloomy forebodings ont'o"Stran ledgeville Rernnltr, in his letter <>l (lie lk

Without the of Southern i is best; we only contend that if kind action in the minds of all conservative men. An- F
& men hoot at the claims set up tor him of being "a proslavery" pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogether. any e such a difference there should beTwixt giving an account of the Black ltelutIe< 1;

to fill the offices, Mr. Lincoln could pot carry on man-Mr. Stevenson declaring that "hirer Here is the ticket to he voted: shall: l>c determined upon, that the State act other reflection suggested by the Congressionalvote tweedledum and tweedledce." cession, says:

the His friend CoL Blackburn through a Convention of the people called for which the Bellites were enabled to bring to
government h which i open, without a blot on it, putt t (Is that "elegant and IIudibl'l\8ticj) "On Friday &ght, however the 51Wtt4

announced h Intention t resign the office of ls and Mr. Hilliard insisting, that purpose. This is the only way she can command the polls is as to the weakness of that party as The whole thing reminds me of a "distinction"taken exhibited for the tirst time here, of a citn
.m aa" the allegiance of all her dtizen.and absolve contrasted with the of their and of republicans two hundred and* <
United States take effect on the 4th of boasting press procession ,
t from the that been all hb few weeks editor belonging
Mh h 8 a ago, by a Georgia which i
March se rr I them from allegiance to the Federal Government. leaders, Before the election we were told that strong. Aside from its purpose, WJ
for determination -
nen le hono h h life in opposition t te dominant public sentiment I to u Seventy-sixV party between the make iltrkiuM tW-4: %the show was rauVr pf"
We give below extract from Mr. Bell do In the Northin
and all others hi would follow was going to great things ft
hop otc of the concluding with the emphatic I Kansas-Nebraska and the principlci of the bill Nobody attempted to interrupt

his patriotic declaration, Bt. no man the Smith who DEMOCRATIC TICKET. cey's siKt-ch at Knoxville, which is exactly to the fact, that he was the only candidate that had He was in favor of the one and opposed to the that ten or twelve of our Bell and Everett *

We sec that the Sentinel does not with Tk a ---- point: the least chance of defeating Lincoln. But behold elation were seen in it However, there w i
agree detent a Southern man with other. It must be a marvelous convenient
more thingto l lconversions. Is
Call about the offices. "If" that t b e The Constitution and the Equality of the Sate.: By an act of the General Assembly of Alabama the falseness of these boastings!lOut of 492-, ion that this ibrakeniny has resulted" *-
On says paper John BeU/ When it skilled in "distinctions. '
Northern prindplet I the Union; lit be Aroweconiell| nl tosaj. 'anthe
last winter it is
tn oUt are Symbol of EterlaMiiig parsed made the duty of the Governor
000 in the Stone State the Bell
votes cast
"Lincoln i allowed t b iugrtd it i no I considered that I Winter Davis, John Minor these be the rallying Cries
compromise of Southern pcPl Botts and Emerson Etheridge live hi the BllECKIN RIDGE. IK? elected President in a certain period after he party is found to be composed of the enormous people without any political organization, any IU
or honor t hold office h When inau South, and a universally regarded a as being no --e_ ascertains it (thirty days I believe,) to make a number of 7,067 persons I t What a feast to invite system of government, cannot properly be calleda

he is however he the proclamation of lie fact-and that an election the South to! Contemptible, however, as that .__.. ---- ----
unworthy may of FOR PRESIDENT ----------
It b better than Black Republicans, the putting : hall then be helll by the people to elect delegates State. A State then, it is admitted b an organized fatedo
of the If Lincoln "a party is in point of numbers, they were sufficiently i-IIflhI MisreprraeRtatI'
non" i John Bell a with them in principle Mr. of the constitutionand
on par JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE to u Convention people of the State which community, having a political
usurper," u Gen. &says, how can the going significant No wonder the Sentinel Convention will consider what the sovereignty and potent to effect great evil In four of the machinery government, and that the State In a rwpart of a speech recently iui*'
through the forms of the Constitution in the inauguration winces lid, and i glad t take refuge behind the tes OP KENTUCKY.. wrong done and the State requires at its hands. Congressional districts, while they were too weakto of Florida, as at present constituted, act for all Douglas, at Indiantpola, we find th LIP Ten

him .the representative however As I Raid to you in the earlier part of my speech, elect any candidate of their own, but strong statement:
of the doing her "constitutionalorgan
ceremony onttut ordinary through
abltint I s I States' in purposes
tony am a right man-believing the rightof
of the nation make it with FOR VICE PRESIDENT enough by uniting with the Democrats to over
or comport : "
do them It b further that
ou cotemporary ought t justice, upon a State to command the allegiance and obedience Legislature. granted "Iwilia3lyooJJeeh4nan'

.Ser prcple. independence or honoJ tap this principle if on no other"Give the devil hb GEN. JOSEPH LANE of its citizens and therefore that my allegiance power the fanatics, by rqnning separate tickets the present constitution of the fttate of Jloiil3 was Aftminittratiun it betnj ** our

office umW him. and thna a l te a- due..It I not stricty] in with the truth is first due to my $tate. I do not believe in they were enabled to secure the election of the framed with a view to her composing one of that Liiicol* in trery free Slutotfthit 1aPi'* g
arc OT OREGOS. exercising the individual natural right of rebellion hare gone from ttathtrytoa Indian
of a which been Black Republican nominees.FusionToo
government h history t say that .M. BU f regarded b -- until both state as well as Federal Constitutionsare mfr confederacy of States known the United Statesof the saute HI went ta Jftiite, to hate
usurped,and too, for the avowed purpose the whole Black as a America and that the secession the tirM atRutt
uu RpubUc party pnve FOE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: broken, and my rights destroyed. If the Federal Lat or reparation hoUert rote RepuMntn

of wielding power of the government ai man." Has t opinion Thad. Stevens of GEORGE W. Constitution shall be broken and destroyed The Sentinel proposes fusion to defeat Lincoln of this State from the confederacy would involvea election; and the reason thief do t11' the
thedeareatrightsandlnteroataoftheSouth T r CALL liv the usurpation of a Higher Law faction separate State ticket at the name time cia1It
t Pennsylvania been He i willing to my the election. That will be like locking the modification in some respects of Its present con that tbej
it consistent with "Southern assistin : frt' J. PATTON ANDERSON, rfght to resist i is subordinate to my allegiance to separate Presidential ticket is M1j
prcpl" to see Mr. Bell La Lcl's Cabiet believing of J. MYRICK GORRIE.If my State Constitution. At an individual; there- stable door after the horse is stolen. The time to stitution or system of government-that it would vote diiectlv for the Lincoln eantl.daWM 1 1officers.

cig on ./c a government course,judging each by h record, that the two fort, I hatt not rebtI ttgainxt sue/s all election,for have fused was before the election, not after. Fusion have to be adapted to the altered ycrfTynstanceiof ? ." the
The General was particularly the ad- this ticket be put in the ballot-lwx, it will that wild be rebellion also AVe take 5t for grantwl that the ni*>i $ 1*
s\er o would harmonize on the negro question. Would agaitmt my own State before, on 'a plain outspoken platform like the community. But what of that Has not tl li* t)" '
count one for BRECKIXRIDGE and LAKE 'ire. A fllltJ But whatever and that Mr. Douglas really used
of the of that Jrilg. course Alabama
,0 right sion denouncing he favor a thing that tort if hp thought Mr. may that on which Breckmridge stands, not on a string the potter power over the clay" Are not the the assertion K'
o Tot
ticket without the names of the Elttton on it will take, that course I shall be bound by as a citizen tniage. say that
treasonable. "Where did find
doe a t Bell was .a prner man! Listen t what be thrown Remember that and if it is to acquiesce, I shall do so-if it is to unmeaning generalities which present no issue SOVEREIGN PEOPLE who first organized themselves representation, entirely destitute of 'adA5

right to se? asked. a te Cn.au he said in New York : away. < > Hecedo, shall cast my fortunes with that of the and which would settle no principle in the eventof into a State, competent to amend or modifythat foundation, Is the mildest lan ua 1h

1t instrument dpra not contain e "Of Messrs. Bell and Everett I have little to Beware oT Spurlouw Ticket State. If the Convention shall see fit to go into a success, would have secured the defeat of the organization, so as to adapt it to an existenceand employed irjrird ltive4f to it. that Me *w"J.> tewere.Biveny

seeds of its own destruction. No contends I know the head of that ticket well A more consultation with the other Southern States and But after the operation separate from the Union of whichIt therefore, speak pr !
on battle
say. I We have good reason to believe, that a systematic act as they agree, I shall abide by that action. If Black Republicans. now, the Administration.eitwior
that the right to secede i conferred by the Constitution pure or able man can hardly be found. In most attempt will be made on the 6th of November it shall decide to demand new guaranties for its has been fought by a divided South, it is folly to I has hitherto been a member? To say that this indirectly, necrttly or openly,UntnJ: k

bu that it i one of the icarrrcd rights things he agrees with the Republican American party. lei to impose on BELL and EVERETT men spurious; rights, before it will remain longer in the Union, talk about trying to prevent that which we have modification or adjustment of our political organ- fleer in Maine or anywhere vine,a* n w'*' .

o the States. Nor i it correct to sty that the to favorof the protection idut.Il tickets, headed for the u Union and the Contitution. I shall acquiesce in that. In fine as I amr bound divisions. Let ization would destroy the thing technically called should vote: and we also learn, from
bleve that Congress h sverig power ." Look well to your tickets and see that so shall I acquiesce in all that State already accomplished by our us thority. that the federal officers hi f1 .
institution by,
"does contain the seeds its In do we my may If the State, or that an act of secession by the >le >k v .
no o t Tertre they have on them the BELL and EVERETT; electors decide to do.OREGON rather look to the we cannot remedy peoj ted and n-,cd their influence 6-r

:;: 'l.ttri" since under the clauses t differ. hotT t modern. Democracy we -LANDRCM, CALL and HALL.-SfnttMl. October I .. what is past we can at least agree or try to agreeto would not be the secession nf the Staff, w an idle defeated candidate for governor. .

"hi .utJCDt may b totally cordially agree He (Lincoln) must 30.Does. act harmoniously hereafter. play upon word It seem to me clear that the with waq the opinion of Mr. Suiarttljit
h' chg select of bb Cabinet and many of his SENATORIAL ELECTIos.-The resultof sUhi.
u .? t at the whole form of the office-holders a portion from the South. Where should he the Sentinel mean by thl- to insinuate that secession of any State, whether peacefully practicable he so stated ia a public speech
the election of U. S. Senators from Oregon, ots-feat
w, the Journal of Commerce, is most damaging AD1. The Black
in; y 8 eng the powers of the Government as ao where pould he find truer or safer men. What practice so disreputable a trick* If so, we BUY says THE :- that the Republican President 44 Seventy-six" seems to imply. Having gone voluntarily ly pronounce the above tu'llient.<>ll/nr
BeU to the patriotism and consistency of the Douglas press are constantly auerting
C m adespotisni&nd this, s far .the Republican would object to such men as or shame upon the base suspicion. With the po itive. has stated that he did not believe there would bea into the Union as an independent sovereign to l be untrue, ansi made with a nill
Bptte Bales Rayn ov IL Winter I I Democrats in the Oregon Legislature, They have
Etheridge 4,
South i Gen. Call knows i the design certainty that a very large majority of our dissolution of the Union, or even a secession of State, there must be some way for her to untruth. -rlorflsi;
cre Davis j jIs chosen by a combination with Republicans, to Desperate as his caae really frs _
of the "Disabuse your people prefer and will vote for Breckinridge on the Southern States,in the event of Lincoln's elec- get out of it. She cannot do this by act of the his F *(Ct .
Bk U political
mid not this rather against the Senlinett assertion I I j I allow the latter to se&tc a Senator in Congressfor tion. This is a complete brication. He has never situation hopeless as -
of the error, said Mr. Seward In his Cleaveland 1 Tuesday next could not the SeHtittel bad as its Legislature, for the Legislature can exercise only 1 undignified as fe lib.course wr nu.j .
that "Mr. Bell is regarded by the whole Black Republican six when it was in their power to have hesitated to state to any and every one who
speech, "that slavery has in the opinion evidently is of the Democracy,have char years : asked his opinion that he had serious apprehensions .1 such powers as are conferred on it by the constitution j to find him detcend to wilful i"rlr; *"
,gt party u a pro-slavery man r But this b j insured the election of two Democrats to that high I anr calumny, in his desire to paH -
Constitution yMcA shouldnot ity enough to relieve them of so contemptible a upon the subject. What the South will do and this is not one of them. But the sovereign IT-IIIC
.tnn b a not all the testimony from Black Republicans position. Thus through the partisan spirit of the lave T gn"t, or to gratify his abortive
With the the j suspicion! he does not pretend to/ know, but that seven or people, who compose the State, full 1 shift from" .
b rque" agency o which can be adduced disgruntle our neighbor. I. -0 S.- Douglas men in Oregon, one more Republican is eight and perhaps more of the Southern States, power to mould its political organizattdb at their I He may be very mxious to wrtT ,

Rfoe& which i a part o tb Horace Greeley b somewhat noted as Black Republican. Killed. added to the number already in the Senate. will take speedy action he folly anticipates. What will and to say whether it shall be a State in the 1 shoulder the weight the oil i.s-tIpoflto North *D ctthfan. LC

abolition programme, nays Ute Albany Argus,te egro he will do, anything, in such an emergency, he Union or a State.iruf of the Union. LEON. publican succewea at
said in .mpLg.jDgtheetC
On the 25th of July, I860 he As the Can were backing off on the switch at Oregon is decidedly and unquestionably Democratic But he cannot succeed
releasing will On the has never indicated human being.1' .
proccM any the
cmec app the Tribune: 8t Marks Wednesday a negro man belonging but her Democracy have suffered local dif. Herald. portionof it on the shoulderS of yht
\ letter from
cation of the States, | on Fraz pr ALB.L.u.We learn by a a democrat ph
o twot l | Is there any laoonsbtencr, any insuperable ob- to Mr. J. Mouoha was knocked down and killed ficiilties and dissensions disturb their harmony .5- friend dated on 27th.mat, that a fire broke out trarlon, or the gallant true ( "
amend the Federal Con Lane.
p Cnnt t I sUcle in the way of a cordial co-operation the three iron care passing over him. As we loam and interfere with their access. Probably" but EXTRA '.-Th Governor South Car In Albany early on Saturday mornin which destroyed flirting for Breckinridge wordsW"2"and 4

su; a4 t amendments are \b_bit j coming contest, between Republicans and persons I by the was working with for these -8t.ing difficult She drnAiotw on olina baa J8aoed proclamation calling an extra Byiagton'* Hotel McCklWs house and Douglas to prove his
led to the Legislature or Contention the eer- holding the opinions these gentlemen are supposed the partkulare, negro part of HOTs Ublea, The fire orirlaatod in the U/MM, October 13
o I would not have been session of the' of."that State tar the
to the of of hands the road who were ordered off the Presidential question of Legislature .
era! States, Congress the to entertain in peeped acquisition gang on fodder shelter attached to the stablw. The letter
fteatlonofthree4ourthiwtUbe a my.d upon foreign territory for the purpose of planting slaTery by the overseer as the cars were seen approachIng. a serious character. Tb Senators elect, aa stated porpOM of electing Presktential&ecfenadll.M: if gives ua ao further particulars. The origin of there COTTON 3IARKETS.

enforced o.1p thereon theVe-opening of the African slave" They All obeyed the order but the one who I in the telegraphic newa yesterday, 'Are J. W. Ne- advisable; 0 takoaTtklet4rc- would seem to indicate that it was the work I NEW YORK; Oct 24-Selee Of 0 '

|he mot-d upon te &, \ trad*, and Comrrewiooal Intervention for the eeTmiO tmith DenL and E. D. B&kerBqI don otM StatJLr, iif--7-1'1" atm mcendiary.-.SttwnnaA JVViM. 200Obales. Market flnn.
I\e S b o resemd rights, and has nc. tab cc aq faj thjj Can 1BI ,i '
.. if fif': _
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. Iloridsi-- Ilfiuw.- -that n\\-and ixirtion--Quincy-- of-the The-road-management(1bT between ofthe enterprise this. OBITTJAKY.Died -.', .' 1 M. LIVELY STOCK( FOR THE FALL: : ,& WIN

'' n-trrrt to l"tnt 'Thai on \. .- could not 1m been committed to better i
KM n hi. Vincent's Island, Sunday
,4 at reMdenee on 8t on
T I .1. I Jaun"-ton. who MMilihlxtrlii" liandN a gentleman of energies OF -
MI unconquerable
1 ir tl'iu/ ,the thtlL. Col. R.J. FLOYD, late Collector of the
."' :. "! of Cherry I.:ikcwa< :it KI1 jx-culiar financial tact We are delighted Port of Apalachlcola 43 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
." contimin ('IT I 11011- > I"t in the feel aged year !
'tL him cnli. ; ( I to sec l'ul- great "'ork and and 1861.
,; ,. -,1': I ,'m. was t.tll v I1.-4r-1t Iy assured ". will jtce-omplish it-PRMr --- 1860

.i"' ,. d to haie be-on tinil by an"inei'liv IH.'' Or*. 21. w lttrt1 tmmt: Tallahassee "Floi'lcla .

/Ii.. .1..I.!,.. rl. 21. IUHI.InonrMlo: .-We are indebted to I __ I --- ---

.J*;\ ,, Vi t N _\ publie- nut.till* W*" Ite'Kl at F. o., tbi city, for a bottle of excellent --- HAPPY TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS PATRONS AND ThE: PUBLIC .ENEKALLY, THAT liE IJ J -

1- I : U" isr ill Madison Saturday. -

', 'I a quantity of dried l ." equal to any imported
". r ',: ;' fl"Ilf nrgini/iiIg a (I'IIIIIjItfl ufi from the-' Mr. McCarthy engaged DRUC AND CHEMICAL STORE.His .

; \1 1 n. >r tii! 'ojCl 4.fl'r.'ttdill; Ih..I li\c-i; in 1(1lttfr1n'n JN lil'rl and exxrmeiiN stock ban bt-e-n M-Iecte-cl with the greatest care and sod attention to purity, and will be wild H. low M REiie.wrereivii.il..v 1'aII and IVInfer Stork of Gd for )If'II.. weal- In the Clothing
tnlgbtt'lf can jxmMbly be by any Miuilar establishment In Florida or south uf M.u-e ami DixunV line. .1\ De- base the and offered in thi Cltyconsisllagln of
t (th ,'ill"n.auu1c1! &Ih""I IIl' | ; to test (he capabilities |
\ '..mitt... of fifteen was iippoiiiu-d tor soil avid dillh'. I II is one who Itelieves that the I I Physicians' Prescriptions j! Black and Colored Cloth Frock and Sack Coat-, Fancy Casimcre Suit; Black and Fancy CassUoer* and

i. the nt Swtli, whether in Ir out of the Union, in able to 'owlMJUndoo with care and neatutss at all hour of the day or night. HH tock ''J1I"i.-I" iu part of the following Tweeds Pants; Black: and Fancy Silk Velvet and Cloth Vetta; Black and Blue Beaver,
I :1" i i. .'itid regulation') !mvernnie .II.I)1y| her own wants and he manife- his fiiithb MOXTICELLO. Faa, Oct. 30, ittlO.C artielcsiz: Euroin-an and American Dru-rs ami t'iictiiieaii'uiiite, Oil, CliampheiicBunninr Pilot Cloth and Fane'j CasMincre Over Coats A full assortment orBOYS'

( 1,0, ::1" '. at :adjourned mvctinjr be \ his work On grounds in the }part i fg Fluid Medicine Chests, line English Castor Oil, for family Use. Perfumer.*. Pomade. Ce.inlw.( Brii>he-' :iiul
nor of
following Regiments Militia and GOODS.
eI 10' .fur.tily. 2tk ('t.tnlocr. ot the Cit\ lie ill producing in his charlerli I JL. Caralrjr,will parade for Review Infantry and brill at mentime other toilet article, &. 4i 't. liVELY & YOUTHS' CLOTHING & GENTLEMENS' PUSNISHING ,

I' \ Mh; n.\:.-Tinlt..>ckj' Spring ('.nll' 'lhh5t'hIt4iOth. ninnner.. Jull, and places as herein directed: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Oetobvr 13, IhOO. .ALSO
(.'Ir Citil1'hi" will do Vi( li .) etude and emulate..V .- I The 12th Regiment, at Jasper Hamilton county,
'IL', ,*.. I Ion Thm; ..d: 2 nl. ().-t.. idler. an .I////*'?./'ntmiurr, ( :27.: 1 on Tuesday, the 27th day of November, 18hO; r .\exte-n.-Ue .i,,.,im-nt of Cloths, Cacsimeres and Ver-tings, Fancy Ce>atings i &c., which they are pre-
s .-en of fi.<- -la\. during which } I The 11th Regiment at Madison Madison county, NEW (GOODS) NEW' (JOODS() ) l lured to ftllufu'lnrt' to order at the shortest notice and in the mont dhional'e manner. tyf TERMSIJEAbONABLE.
It Ho\ (jKoKt.i,: I FttRn.ks-T1ds prominent e.n ThurwLT, :tir tJ0"1 'UT November, Itjtj; I _i-: All iu want of G."*1 f'tuthiug would do well to give n* a call at the OLD STAND
a I, t." : \ t101l\ TIlt' bU.on: .t.IWo.yl' rid Chlal.h..h7.'n. who has been absent duringthe The 10th Regiment, at Montie-ello, Je-fleniem I i eipiHite the Marine BankI.nc).

..,. W ,n\ united IlieiiiMhit.) to the hurih, simiini, r.turtl! a h-w chiyi ado with his I ty.pn Saturday, Jhe In dav December, 18CO;coun KOI TIUI ;: T-iUttiASiiZE, October i; IN'O. 4J:

.iu a i baD of hi an, stii-1 'xpfl..in.f ami 1lni.al in J'Illla1th. !lie baa >een npg- Thettth Krfeiment, it Newport, 'akulla county, I I ____ ____ _

.'t 4. ; ,:.on lo 1m- a eliflc-n'nt lie! In future. ties>as 1 one( of the past e-orjx rators discharge and officers of hi the on The Tuesd'aYLthe 8th Regiment 4tl day at of Tallahassee December: Lron'rouuty ISeid' n I .\ 'r.i1-I'' I I -:' -

'rII! U I' F Un.waut1.II'HU.: .- h"ull&a. }'. Sejutl at University Hacc Ten- on Thursday, the 6th day of December 1t60; r.1TIrn I. FALL AND WINTER STOCK !

''f' ,. killed, \'. \V. L T< .ke in Madisonai tuinoitotho htfpy] ,10 gret his arr the The 7th Regiment, at Quincy, Gl1d.adtn county, on LF'\LL AI W NiEt) : J
.Hid :,al \. : Ancient City, wlicre lie haa aa many apdw I The officer and 110U-'OIDJIllltlip 1S(50.: ( -- 1861..
'I :Vi II.t aire-ste-d, on Tiu-selaj la>t, bj Mr. \V.ljuu. el I "t are We under officers will I
; ,"Iwl. hl'r Inbahitnt erublll two tAn before the RfV;ew of their '
'lirrt. ot Mouiwello.and )Ir. J V. KedM '
\ about six '
r. spend tin WEBER
flll1lhat Firhmkl Regiment, for drill and Instruction. Colouels AT I JOSEPH
,'D- 'I! i ." '!11* ''wo miU' not Hicil Quitnuii.: nt'or- Tallah.i-.s. There are fewitizens of Florida I attend the Review of the Regiment within the reupective !

: .. 11.p''fJi) hul I 1"1'it hi- trail toi a day more "it:illv! known and none more highly re- '. limit of their ..\.era1"command D. B. MAXWELL'S MERCHANT TAILOR
'AI n ni'l ("I!nl"Itul\ :in. tin -uamjr .11'1f..l-IM.I.| I Colone-ln of Regiment are charged with the exU-n- i ,
to "MITI. \\ 1),111111 I i"n of thin order.Volunteer ,
"u t
; _' j. \ > ''1111.
, ,I.. .r.. .,:\\.t-fcttinir-lo\Mi..1 hatiil: : .I louble--lKirrel 1Itn'1I11.| | pun. u-Ici-ji and 1 mill ('oimt\CimiiT. -<. (m'uT.Tl: : SeSSiOn Circuit in Court this for city this em I Books of Beat Companies Companies will exmiiined.be im.iKi.tcd, and the i WHERE CAN BE FOUXD E\EHY VARIETY OF GOODS REQUIRED IX THIS MARKET. I And Dealer in Ready-Made Clothing! and fienls1' Furnishing Goods,

1- 'I \ 's rc1)'h'f'| 11..1"1 hsi\ lii >< M< .d.iv. i.I; his Honor Judge J. M. Baker, of By order of D. B. BIMD Brigadier Grurrat of Has I
, HIMn] .
tlie txrond Bilgailt. ---
< in of --
nri'l 1' -tiUirrel! ritt. pi ji.toS! and Iwo SU111' 'n'uitprl'"i iug plac Judge
i I. !
.r- Putnam h Circuits for thiikrilL M. BLAKE, .ldjis&nd Grntral. T.A.LL AH.A.SSEE FLORJD.A.
I" ,. tiny \e-\clianged: ,
bkl'n :
IoJ "lIrpri- irrest&t1I November 3
1 I I' ,',1 u.'tililc. On Smuhy: la(t h., c'ul oil" I I. N 1iCtor! Fleming. )ll'l Fraser and ISfiO. 45-f- LADIES DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS AND SADDLERY, Ii now re-e-m ing a Urge and well selected assortment of GOODS suited to the demands of the Il'I&IQU.I .

,i.:,iiuU x> ..4 to a\<:-.1: elt'le-t lion on ; '\I'ntlu( of .lack-oinillf. and '1r. iiraham of IS c-onM"tiiig in |>nrt ofl'Iolh..l'a"aimen's. Vesting, Fancy Coatings Ae-., which he i*prepared to nukeuj
,'.' I Hi- had ttmijih't.-ly) Ix-'.ni'-ar. .1 I'ttkl. W'r in utte-ndanee We learn that the of City Hotel HEAVY DRY GOODS, O.HPE'I'Hew AND MATTS, > according to the later sties of Fashion and on reasonable term His stock of READY-MADE ,

; .,ili im i* nt int and I''Y'TIt b't'irteuw' the d I'kt was not large, and hut os MONDAY, the 3d day of De mbc'r I CLOTHING consists in part of Black and Colored Frock Coins Fancy Cassimere Suits, Black and Fancy
I .. gre.xto little ujxin the e-iimiiiiil ealenilar-bsiI. I will offer for ale at public out- PLANTATION GOODS, CROCKERY AND TIXHE, t'4,Mniere Pants Black and Fancy Silk Velvet and Cloth Vests Black Cloth and W*.T,r Ovwr CoU together -
;- 11..ml..I."iJl t ; bU trail: if l'tu..1(I UtwinI | of BOYS' AM) YOUTHS CLOTHl.Nei, made In the most
L: -rr, the property in the City of Tallahassee, with a general assortment up approvedsttle
I" proviM, to lat him aliemt. on- -T. eitizenof Newnsnvilhhave held a 1 known as the CITY HOTEL, subject to a RIBBONS AND TRIMMINGS, GROCERIES) DRUGS, of Fashion and of the test material .
' ; _: i I. and ammunition IJ1/tI"lD.LauI.. ll II' m. < ling und orginiiieil| Vigilant CommitteeTIIK -UU-asc to expire on the lit day of :May next. I FURNISHING (;iOODS.A large assortment of every article in this line including Shirt, and Shirt
I't' ,. -,I' .j i t<- MaUion. Term made known on the EMBROID'S: GLOVES A HOSIERY HARDWARE CITLERY ROVOUIS and Collars, Silk, Merino and Cotton Under-shirts and Drawers Gloves, Neck Tie and Stocks,
.' i j': iliat .-oiintx .-t';,..({) /-'rittift st accommodating pnces.
a only six miles to Ix- cled to November 8 18GO.
It i I.' vi I I' I 10 Qi tri \v.-\r"- 1Indl'r.-tIII,1! | th:tt ( ;-114.1 Ill through to Lake ( itv, which up we complete under- 4> I BOOTS, SHOES it CLOTHING NAILS AND HOT.T.O"HII1ATS I invite my old friendand the public generally to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere
I ,'.,.-, !njr"" ir on iM.| n'allnah. MamK stand is Ix-ing done as us circumstances Forsale September 'J5, !,). W

-' I .I i !<"t.ll.il ( utiitn! ; .,1 12 IM.UK.U. nilI' will The rapidly) AND CAP, &'., &'., &C. -. -- ----. ---- -.
CnN are now making regular
_ht l.'i-t. Iha'' p'nUI f; THE} HOUSE AND LOT BELONGING TO
t'I dull ate not nukiiijr d.ul
I i ( trips) Marks to Col urn bins a (distane uf 133'L' Mr E A.
I' i 1.1,. ill!plae re'aHi: <-. 1 IU iK'UM-ville aiiiian. it i> ewet'v | - A line
v : daily rixileU vannre Ki\er wi proliably Ix completed by the bv Mr. N. S Goodman For further information not be imderwiM by any one in this city. D1>. MAXWELITALLAIIABSEE .
,' li.iIKVII placed nj on tlw -- .
( the rack 11ing from the apply to T. P. TATUM
tit jxiint
.MoiiiKfllo '1 lie ditanef l'III'lhat OcL G;. 1860.IItf NOW KECEIVIXG THEIR
i.i in anil i I
ij Kast. or p. B. BROKAW
Mlimi ,(, ( : .
i <* nffi r. rf. \H. ._ .
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I I I"I III.imil( ; it i r\c-cllcMit November 3. I""JO. 45 - -
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i 'p-'I i i t iu:u' ean In madeoer it. or' ----0-- MYERS & CORMAN TESTIMONIALS
:ill irixcl: trout theN>uih-\t(.' \\ill WHITE SPRINGHOTEL :
Brazilian I'eM..l.' ,
: TIIJII'Jr(1'tllf
... 'II' niirh! Snallnab.ll..i.l.I. DEALER* IN Spsietewles.

" 1 >' l ,>!lin>. U S., ;jrix-o notie-r tluii! the --- HAMILTON COUNTY, FLA. Watches, Clocks, Fine Jewelry, (From ProfcHMir Josi\\'.h H<-nr), 8mill.oni.lI1lu..li- A LARGE AX I) WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
Lr HOTEL including Stables, &c., at tutc tshinrtou.tMerers. J
.r ., j I x I i-i''ii S. ..i'T. will aAsrmlile- Mmllson I Idi .tl1nlJ'.I/ OJ- Till y above mentioned Mineral Spring. III SHcYKR; & PtATRfiWAHK SUIIIIIIDHS aud Co. love exhibited to me a

v", \.\ TinJ'iinUy Frirtnluiidcrstandi -, jilijrrllE, for Rent for one or a term of : (':\, frpediulii, thelcn.e'! of which I find on examinatlem Heavy Dry Goods, Toadies Dress Goo, Plantation Goods,

", iiuniN-i, cli-'tinfuichc'd lix-inlKrs of the \ .. 1 years good commencing security for let the of January FINE GUNS TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY, by meant of xilarized. liirht This, to I beoftranspareut formed Kiblxm1 and Triintnings Embroideriw and Hosiery, Boots & Shoes, Clothing,
....rzia iVe II attend the rent or a liberal discount will be allowed paymentof for ad- -A" 1)FAN'CY mu,'h harder au e'Ot'tAlizi'dU.irtz."l tougher tli.in| glass, alll1l'on:("lu..nl- Hats and Cap, Carpets, Oil) Cloth and Matting, Cornices and Curtains

in-Un l:: AN .A D T A. 1ST ance paymeont. : GOODS, Iy poHMse the superior I1d\It::;,' of retaiiiiug |pHI- Hardware: and 'ntll'fXotions. NaiN, .
-- --- For particular, apply to Mewsr D. J. A J. 5%'. TALLUI.I..n: FLA., Oct. 30, IsfiO 43 i..h. nith a less liability tn fractureThe leni-ei are :
_. __ Iron and Oil- Agricultural Implements] Fruit
I ;, .i 1 Im.- i\ .Mo\Tk ;UjeiL. -We- learn from 'I' XKW YOIIK. (M. 2C.-The steam!hip Canadian Sheffield at the above named place, or P. Sheffield at n also ground to the most approsed pvrUcopic form, ,

., &I Ml t."at on Twwlay ni jht, 'iZIA \\a- *|*>kc-ii .F.trthe-r Point tedaj% and brings Elhsville, Florida.I Military Goods. ,: and i-Ucc-d oliliquely ou the fr-dmt..o an to lie at
I'I I < elah'to here suffge-st, and quite confidently too, EPAULETTES SASHES and BELTS right anJl -lI to thc axis of Mt-ion while the eyes are GROCERIES &c.
.:. -.'UH IHTMIH or ; er-:)ns priwl oix-n liyitiMpleofcliiM.K 'I Lirrrmol| L\JtKET.'SaIf'8 Fridajthe 1211L1..lnIlI"Onl. that for the small amount of capital necessary to in- SWORDS by MYEKS d OOKMAN. directed to a Ixxik I erun therefortsafely re-c .u,- ,
if the week 90-
e %'cst,that a more profitable business would be hard to mend them in the .
.. !(' "'. .\ 'beluckeloorofthe (KK) with advance October: '. 4J above ixirtkulurx.Wiiohington A large assortment ofthe above anieles] constantly on hand and Milling at the
ling- .n an eighth.Friday. Sod If properly conducted. --------. ---- -- Jan. 10, Ib-VJ JOSEPH HENRY.C5 .
I i-ti I' in that town, and a.. ( <>l>c'nintr mill I Oft. 12.-Ton thousand bales 11t11d.- ElllsUlle, Fla., Nov. 3, 1800. 45-Sm CUTLERY.TABLE LAFAYETTE PLACE New York,May 2d,1KV!
Market iirm. Consols 92 5-8 to 93. -- --- -- .
I t tin content of euns.-kTablc nnm- .
.alII' 1' a i I have examined ouie of etack-n
$50 Reward AND DESERT KNIVES "lcinichls ope man
.., Political! news of litl U' intercst.'iirllior !
t packed up the-lialancf- ** Je-act ; j jI. Plated and Piaja without i-sacs C r>- ufactured b)' Semiiu>u* \Co., Irom the Brazilian pe-l. ---... .
"HE subscriber will give the above reward A>era and Forks, fexkvt Knhe, 8ci- blc. The slope of the lens U touch it-to redouble the
I'i "m;:iM-hiud two chisels. tri ti.M ( i b.h > ('uii dlam.
I. Kll' / < _I_ for the apprehension and delivery of his I lon, Shear and Razor, from the cornea und iu this reteet] presents an important iruproement -
::1 y 'u' l)niif .tOf.of Dr. Palnu-r was 1m)\'n -'.%'ITJUlt POINT, Oct. 27.-Tlie sales of Cotton boy ABNER at the jail in Tallahassee or at ,__.____,.1 beat English manufacturer. over th, lens in ordinary life The material BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS
I ii"thing was known lo have IKX-II tkl'l.I I for the week \yre 90,500 bales, of which 25,000 his plantation 5 mile Northeast of town.- For aJe by MYERS & (;OKMAN also, I consider preferable to glues 1 imifiuue ,
i Uken and 18,000 Said boy is about 30 years old, black, and will October 30, 18IJO. 43 as it is apt to l he more equal in ekn-ity Iii well as
'" r lur holcA were liored in the door H f rv by pccsJ-Jtors by exporVrx. abont 180 Ibs. He harder and
i' .1 weigh formerly belonged to Geo. more traui-iwrent I j.W1 lL S nr N O
I which .
The 16,000of
.II on Saturday were
,. A. Croom, and U J. M CAKNOCHANProfefior
of Esq. probably larking about Lake
& Palmer
ll'"J Guns! Guns! Guns! !
I gt."K) were taken by sjxiculaUyra and exporters.TJK. .- Jackson or the Ocklockonee RiTer.RICUARD Surgery. New York Medii College"
Ii rt\ tailitl lo effet-t an t-ntrancf. A I nutuutizeel ejuotations were: A. WHITFIELD. T"INE DOUBLE GUNS LAMIXA- Surgeon in Chief to the State H'lfopilal.l'. --- -_. -

--V ,'I: |*. ns Justice I Fair 0s"1411-' . -7H. I lid Orleans .CJet"Mobil. S ov. 3, 1800 45-3t _I-e ted Steel and Stub Twist Barrels, For sale at WAIDEbl'tcen Kirksey's and
: &lg'I1t)1 7d"Mobiles. . _____ *of the best English manufacture,Amer. the State Bank.OetoberO. .
I -
,l1xt UCmJnj ud.rluipilouIJt ii j I -'VpJiWds) .. 8et U. S. MARSHAL'S SALE. ican Rifles, Bobs Gun.Shot Belts Powder ISiO. 4" [Sentinel copy.
Floats Game Ba
tsj; "I .llitl.1 tn (-on-ict of ", Cartridge,
lmCilnt any iverpool was 787,000 "OY virtue ole writ of fieri facia, issued from the Pen
I ( Wads, Cap ; also Smith & %Vcsson'sPistols & Geo. Railroad Lands
D bale-H of which OW.500 were .American _L> District Court of the United State for the Northern For idle :rtrilieER .S GORMAN.Oct. REGARDLESS OF COST.
-The tamih ot Smiths, who were recently : The Paris con espoudcnt of the London Times District of Florida, at Tallahassee and to me directed 20, ;. 43 FOR SALE!
w. lieaufon District S. ln.r.ctes that there are movements in Austria against sad delivrrpd, I will cell at public sale, in 4 lit of the Railroad Lands lying between TalLi- -ALSO-
'J C
01' .on account fOJll considers the treaty front of the Court-house In the town of Jasper, Ham- JhasM'c and Quincy in Ranges No. 1, 2 and 3,
"'lt!, .Iitlon prdh'itiel have purchased Und, : France, and th" to revolution- ilton county, Fla., on the first Monday In December Improve your Sight. Weal (except those \\<'*t of Od.N.kunec Rl\e-r, in
I. ,minim 1 I the I : City JItr Od in i abrogated by the attenij'- ot Jwnce next within the usual hour of sale, all the right, title GOLD Silver and Steel Spectacles and Eye Gla ge-n. Township 1, Range 2, North and West) which ha-\ r OTY tr & WvjaSjtJkii) DllziSS GOODS
>\ ( Co be the former's provinces and Interest which Solomon Rouse had on the 7th Convex and Permcopic Stone lames; at not already been dicpoae'l dare now subject to private : ,
Z' -. I ntThe ILraM i mentioning the ---- day January. A. D., 1860 In and to that certain half the price and a much better article than those entry
tract of land lying and being In the of Hamilton sold by the pretended Opticians who travel throughthe To settlers and others
, r-jft.,' t .}& lIe pau: -e ace the course- ARRIVAL OF TIlE county protect having improvement RIBBONS TRIMMINGS &c.
,. t described in the Government surrey the N State and swindle the people by belling spurious on these lands, I will require every person ,
. I\iir'iiI,\: ( >inmiU" will take in tins matter" F1 U L TON': E X of the 8 E V of Section 9, and the WV of the N article at twice its value making application before the ls-t December next,

I \. MIIEK.-The father still continues : I WV. and the rf Vi\f of the 6 WV, 8ec. W, Town. J, For sale by MYERS & GORMAN to swcnr that his application does not embrace the OF TIIE PAST WINTKU STYLES,
I 4 ot &i and ple-asant We have heard of ; NofR.angelsE- the N EV of ft E New YURt Oct 29.- Fulton with South- N -- -- ---- -- ---
v\ r of the S W himself
theMain the WK of the -Vtf and the N I>orson except
i 'I" ij-''I not suftick-uthowexe-r auiploa and Lher)>cx>l dates to the 17th instant of'Sec. 10, Town. 1, N, of Range 13 E: also the S W TEKMS One-third cash and the balance in one and AT AND BELOW COST.
I .1-1 /'laii'lMH. <) *. 24.t NEW GOODS NEW\ GOODS! !
( I .ltiu.-BI.1 < was boarded off Cape Race.to- 1ay. -4tbe. N EV of Sec. 9, and the N WV of the N W two yells, with 8 per cent Interest payable annually
I ; \ I VI"..1 \ iho1.-A Vigilance Conir Lt'perj**>l Cotton Marktt The Fulton reports i 41(5Vc.( 10, Town. 2, N, Range 13, E, containing 0WN in advance ; or should any person prefer topo* ? i Tallahassee
-I '.- J ,, in thk plaie., en Lt.t Satur- :an advance in cotton ofa sixteenth to an eightli.WeftfAHu'l.K'e'rTKofTo'r 400 acres more or less. Levied upon by virtue of fT V U d /2Lf""lTTM" cash, 7 per cent will be dt'dUf'/ .dit September 15th, 1860. 38-tf

. ,- uxl I tin. .lollowin 'entletiitnICeteti 'L.t1 4J'tua'1D'nm'fenns Ktp tfoi } HJ ._un 'I IItRlmpnt aAlD11 Agent i'c-n. & Geo. R. R. Co. ---- ---- -
_. Tuo-'cltys 3U000 ,- .
'1 L' u. It. iI'iw.lI, ot.Ie cub.E. of NEW GOODS, which they are oner Tallahassee. Ot-t 20. too. 433wiT.
.. : E-'j.< T 1 n. Ua\ Est|., and Cot I I liale Holders demand an advance. Some E. IU. ASC7BURN. C. 8. M., N. D. F. lug on reasonable icnu. consisting of Tal1ahu..ee Sentinel and Qllincy Re-public A. F. HAYWAE

C .". \u .. 1'ivMfVtiK iuid >V. H Bal I(tucks have l been withdrawn. l y A. BELL, Deputy Marshal Gents Fine Gold Hunting Levers ir\. .\ iuniinittc' w as alo apjwintI Mane heater adviet-s favomble-. November 3. 1860. 4ft-td Gents Silver Hunting Levers,
. I \ .I.iand ri'! ort at the* next Mazzini hia rt'fusrd to leave Naples. ---- Anchors and Lepincs, La- | '_ Nathaniel Hamlen, WHOLESALE AND KBTAIL

r ., I 'ui i' a rie iu tlu right elire-etion. I Id' The whole ofthe Venetian: shore i iot Iwiiig ann- U. 8. MAESHAL'3: DALE.B dies Fine Gold Watches. COMMISSION MERCHANT UEALEIt IXliAffli

< wil !eiierai aiprob.itIOIL 'Uen : L-d l hy a connectt-cle-lfctric battery. virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from the Fine Jewelry, latest style, consisting of ,
,.':.ir ..".i.itions will lit tormc-el I The H"--huj Ambassador at Turin will demand District Court of the Units-i States, for the Carbuncle Florentine, Cameo Lava and Mosaic setts NoM PODJAST.., NEW OnL !:A 8, Iu.

.iii..usrlnMii I I he N4te. and \i.lld Ii- ; I LIi| is>]K>rtf, if HIt..ia'8 protests are unregarded. Northern District of Florida and to me directed and incases; Plain I.Engraved and Chain Bracelets, 0I1EFEIlS- \ IO
i U m oilier The Rebel attack 01 Shanghai waa repWid.- delivered I will sell at Public! Sale In front of the Bosom Pins Ear Rings, Guard Vest and Fob TO $
I ,raiici' rinel 1..rJunsurlllllh'ntfr. ity <. .Trade has been stopped.Laster Court House In the Town of Jasper,Hamilton County Chains, Ladles Chatslain Chains Sleeve JAMES KIRK.-KT fc NEPHEW, Tall.ihn sep, Fla. j
aj' .
: Fla., on the first Monday Dt'cemberDtxt.wit Button. and Studs Finger Rings, BIZZELL & SNELLINU, Quincy, u
J:1 i< IVI'ti'p- for I her Inltl'.t inn and in'the usual hour of sale; all the right, title, and plain and with Diamonds, Opal Gen. WILLIAM BAJLET, Jefferson co. "
from :Mc1co. interest which Solomon Rouse had ou the first day Ruby and other bctu Gents Joint G. PTTSAM, Madison PLANTATION SUPPLIES[ GROCERIES
;:1\ .li-t; l>< tunj j nujto pres we- NEW OKI.KA.NS (1(1. 24.-Tlie steamship 7iin'it.mhin' October,A. D. 1860, In and to that certain tract of osom Pin,Gold Slides Buckles, DAMEL BELL, Hamilton, &C.
"' .t! th. elcath J. X. W.I rrivitl. She left Vera Cruz on the 2 1 stinss.mt. Law Lyta and being In the County of Hamilton, Seals. Guard and Badge Keys, Necklaces Gen. M. WHIT SMITH, Lake City, ,

1 !:"I-lep"- !<'nt/.I(*. lo\n',1 Th(-culture Guadalajara i is confirm- described *.e Government surrey u the North Crosses, Charms, &c., &c., Gold Arerm-9 STEELe, Cedar Keys, A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF f
'' T. 2. Range N. .t and Silver 'Thimbles, Gold and Silver Pen II. V. SNEIL Tampa ii
awful WjesJlcra ID,
:.II'.n) ed. Tin- Hitlcrinc* <>f the be* :,' in' 'turLaIt, at Ijake-City, i' dc Our Minister, )McLAKK, also South & ofthe goUheast, V, See. 9, T. 2, Range and Pencil Cases, fine Gold Pens best quality. JAMES E. BROOM, Femandina, "
niMilf rough ie 1'd with a pi'si :- \ lievond >* ription 13 N & E. the Bouthcaat VpfjJec. 22, and the N. -0- F. REMINGTON & SON, ThomasTille, Geo. Mess Pork
01t. I ..\ > i4\ Iward: any cause aipii t. I(i n'mum! pa.sKxl through tliis I ftuined lii" eliitie.the'reVe learn that great anarchy E. [levied on by virtue of said.writ III the property BRODIK & PETTIS, New York City. ,
) 1!ii:'.I I i-n I ih( ccilc. to I. forw r.l( to pn-vails in the city of Mexico. It w believed ofthe said Solomon Rouse at the suit ot Qtis G. Cor- Hair Pins, Head Nets, Bracelets, SilverCard ,' October 27. IHQQ. 44tf_. .'
'. I .m..SMI-(-/faff. I hat Pucbla i ito abandoned to the Consti- bett & Co. plaintiffs. Terms of Mle east. Cases and Port Monaies,Satchels, P M. i ----- -- FLOUR WHISKEY &C.
I tiitionalistx Vrra Cruz is healthy. There were rl E. BLACKBURN, U. 8 M. V. D. V, Work Boxes and Writing Desks, Gilt Seed Oats. &C.
I 'I\ : "II.th in the Ja<'k onrilj<- .V//r,,r.f I I By A. Bkii, D. !r. Buckles and Belts Fine China Vases '
iI mul,1, of war there Spanish Americanand 4VtelsNotice. Cups and Toilet Sett j QAA BUSHELS superior MARYLAND SEED :: Terms Cash
I }'rl'lIdL Our Legation we're at American November S, 1SOO. ---- ---. 0Silver : OUU. OATS. jest received per Brig J. G. Anderson on Deliverv. I
IJ I. '.\.1 ;ii: tl.c- 5u-.ietf his cle-a'.l and | Con-uljtc. and the crews of our war vessels were - Ware. and for sale bv (;. & J. MEGINNISS. Tallahassee, May Xth, c/

!'- pn'\ ions ijue-st at our n-siikne--. all wc-11. O(t. 20, 1S j. 4.jt; 1.0.. __ 20-lv
: :i '.. i 1i.I '111 I healthaw quite fMil- rpniRTY DAYS after the flirt publication of this Plain, Thre 4ied and Jenny Lind Table Desert and I I __ ____ __

n ,"tI'-l"I lie laboring tinier great Ii I >isilor 'I'oombw lit ])lontgoiiiery.MIiNTia1iIF.iT. _L notIce, the undersigned, administrator de boats Tra Spoons, Plain, Threaded and Jenny Lind Ladies' Cloaks. D. C.
of John R. Stroman, deceased will Table and Desert Forks,Plain Threaded and | I WILSON SON 1
of the entate
, i I. For heh.iel | Ai.Oct.: 27.-The new thea- won FI assortment
'a Butter
.r"-I"1 t"t'rl'kJ erf Probate of Leon county for Jenny Lind Soup Ladles Knives i A ofLadics'Cloaksjust received ,
a I'i,; room or his ln-d "nel.oul tn'biiildm; in this city was jammed last night to apply to the to sell Judge the following described lands, for FIsh Knives, Cake Knives, Napkin I I and for sale by I;. & J. MEGINNISS.

i .l, -"Il..iiniphtiII'diCihIC.l Iul- I li-tVn t(1 a '!*'..h from Senator Tex>ml)8. There. authority division among the infant and other heir of the estate Ring, Pap Spoon, Children' ept. 22. IH1j) 8w 9 ABE NOW RECEIVINCw A LARGE STOCK OF
It III'I i hlMlhihi-it1; fact, il wa" \\'n-fully two tIn us.uml persons inside oCt he build of said deceased, to-nit : the North East quarter Forks, .\e.c... 40 ('.

ii- < "'11.111|1..IUltl]<-d t.take nouri.likii I in!. and a preat many outride who ('mId not ob- Section one, in Township two, Range two, North Private School,
\ 'M lor S4MIK-\\e- -k*In-fore-hi e'.eatli.: I tin plaes inside- r'ully five hundred ladies were and East, and the West halfoftbe North Weal quarter Plated Ware. A PRIVATE SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED IN FAL.L. AND WTE CQQJlS'

p \"f. II.a'unt. for HJXHI the jironndn.l.iinc in the hall Section Ilx,Ton nahip two Range three North Our stock of Plated Ware is complete comprising 'I Tal1hlUllleelond..r, October 22dFor terms ,
( .l of M-riou!chremio affect ion ink Mr. Toomlw delivered a historical, argumentative and Eat, except sixty-four acres in said section one German Silver Plated Tea Setts CAstor., Cake BJWkets. 'i and other particular apply to H B. CRAIG. ;

.- an"l inststcd that it Lincoln's electionto of Stands, German Silver Hated Forks and Spoons of I:
to elculhiu the event
"lml'IC' 454wNotice.
11I .,ideiKy. Nov.- 3. IHfo. - -- -- -- ---- extra qualilj. : New Goods.; .1 CASH OR APPROVED PAPER

admitted the servant w ho Dually ;t. The 'ntbu..iL" among the people was neverequalled. -0-- \\7"E Are now receiving our i-tock of.'allInti WinT -
11e '>mi, and( was making his toil 1 Musical Instruments.Violins I T ter Good, whieh nc are ,Belling fair priceG *.
clock in
onsstin of
bathf '
__ DAYS after the firm publication of thi as any market < <
'li, bre-akfa-st felt --- i A J. ;MEGINNISS.
1 .nih ft down to ; we ----- TIIIRTY the undersigned administrator and administratrix Guitars, Banjos, Flutes,A.ccordeons Flageolet .

)*r.oi. t in the hope| that he would fe-el able tooui THE ( \IT\I\ WILSON }'I'SD.lUeeting of of the estate of Isaac F. Byrd deceased. *. Files, Drums, Ac., kc., also Vlojin Bows aud. Sept.- ?-i,1S60.Family- 4wJ--- .- LADIES DRESS GOODS in cvury style. ", RUGS AND DOOR MATTS.
> UV had junt finished. the mel wh1 KiibscrriU-rs to the fund for presentation to the will apply to the Hon. A. Perry Amaker. Judge of Strings. -

*afl "a' her as of the explosion of I poran I gallant: ('ahit John Wilson, of the brig Minnie the Court of PTo .te.ot Leon county,at his office in -0- Groceries. PLANTATION GOODS of all YANKEE NOTIONS"AND CROCKERY
11a '.O upon repairing to his room by vhiffe-r, was held yesterday at the rooms of the Tallahassee, for authority to sell the following lands, Sundries. I, D RIO COFFEE,

1n<'(oor (his room being fastened in"i.lI.) ('hlluh'rofCommcf''e.: Telatiah Pent was chosen the property of the infijt and other heirs of said Meerschaum Pipes Gents Port Monaies and Purses, :: JAVA and Brou Sugar*, BOOTS & SHOES for both sexes old and I WOOD AND WILLOW
.1 ''Xina turn 'iling on the floor with a j Chairman and b. D. IIowLind Secretary On estate, to-wit: the West half of the Bonth West quar- Tape Measures, Sichromcters Pocket Compasses, : Sperm and Adamantine Candle, younff WARE

VP(ht 1 I..n ry and the pistol on the floor near motion <>f Francis S. Latlirop it was resolved that ter of Section six, In Township two. Range three Opera Glasses Mathematical Instruments \\alking Dried Apples, AND CAPS j
ii Th 1 lull 1 'e tlirou h the cx-ntre of the the -uui of l $200 l he paid tothe 1st mate of the North and East and the East half of the Soutt East Canes Feather Brushes and Dusters Razors Strops, Ginger, Butter and 8.tl Crackers. HATS g.DLERYXD TIN WARE.
( East half of the NorthWest
quarter Section one,and the and Comb, Brn'hcs ChessMen Superior Green and Bl.uk
I IW each of the III1J'18hc8| Shaving Tea,
A back of the skull. the 2d mate and flOP( to
'"Lnn-r the 100 to
against brig $ of Section twelve,\j\ two, READY-MADE CLOTHING
4r par quarter Township Dominoes'! lI; Cedar: Work Boxes Pocket Rules, i I Toilet Soap : HARDWARE IRoN AND NAILS.
<( abut twenty-six "after infl.ct crew. Charles II. Marshall and E. E. Morgan Ranee two.North and East all In the Leon &c., &". Fine flies log TorKu-co
*. depression of mind bordered wen- appointed a Committee to carry out the resolution and State of Florida also the slaves of said Low .
u .mo negro Tallahassee, October 20. 15)) 43 i! price Chewing Tobwo.Also CARPETS: FARMING IMPLEMENTS of all kineK
I *' pon insanity indeed the reasoning and the President and Secretary of the estate, for division among sid heirs, -An assortment havana Cisrars.

'l"t ,-ntire')ly dethnme But the pw'n nie-e-t ing wore slIb:4equcntlyadded. A portion of MARY. E. SMITH, Adm'x.J MYERS & GORMAN. For sale by (I. A; J. IEOINNISS. Persons desiring to purchase Goods for Cash will find it greatly to their advantage to price
A. SMITH Adm'r. our
llltJ ,ut nng ( not, nor has he left the remaining funds will be expended in the purchase 46-4w Sept 22, Wa. __ 39-4w ___ Goods before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to make a greater difference between Cash
November 3,1800. take this of

HE method
and undersigned
the returningtheir
tat yet been record of Borne testimonial for the Captain T and Credit than heretofore.
a. dit"l any thanks to their friends and customers for B Y fl II IJERKY AlU.to""r, D. C. WILSON & SON.
"'aa light ujwn tragedy.pv balance will be given to him in mUDt'y.J'QUrt.alof Notice.SIK the patronage bestow upon them since their connection Tallahassee, September 15, 1860. :39-tf ,
'1 t C ( : sympathise- with his large and highly Cwiinfrff, Ort 24. 0ESTATE- .
in business solicU
the admIn. and respactfnlly a continuance ---- -- -- -- --- --- -- -
o Kti.\ f&lilyand friends Tennessee,where The fund referred to amounts to between five : MONTHS rlx and administrator after date of undersigned the estate of IsaacF. of the same. They take pleasure ID announcingthat SALEAUCTION. -
'"'mien: h-e\e been sent for interment they are now receiving their Fall and Winter
I and sit thousand dollars. Byrd deceased will present their final account -\T- HO! EVERYBODY!' !
has selected with
Stock which been great care, and
bn..1.. CAiLALi-v.-It is a painful duty to I sod vouchers to the Judge of Probate of Leon county, Their
- -- which they offer at prices to suit the times.
i a lan took place ask be discharged from their administrationof
which and
"holy w |
tMl"e I Dlvlsl.n Sift1fAppoltmet.I'ursuant stock is large and consists of every thing usually keptIn .
>h said met MARY E. SMITH. Adm'x. .. ,
0 rt>or on Friday lat the 19th inst. TwoJ J. SMITH Adm'r. their line. MYEfeS A GORMAN. I II I:0 -
J- n; ?. Umen Pile and to an Act approved December 22nd A .October 20 1OO..1 I :-
Toa November S, 1&10.I. m : the 20th NOVEMBER next, will be sold at the ANT AND ALL PERSONS in need of the services of an AUCTIONEER emn be
2 'I U' ,f this city 1(1 out l$i.l. entitled an Act to amend the Militia and -- -, Plantation of the late B. C. BeRG ESS,deceased style and on the most REASONABLE TERMS, by railing on' aCmmodat In

'. I >: I inall-I>oat. the wind blowing ate Patrol Law of this State, the undersigned Major Notice.ALL LOOK THIS WAY. the following property :
ile from the NorthVet, and when 3 Prime Horses,
i( fo 't t at Poit on the opposite tide General First Division of Florida Militia, appoints persons Indebted to the estate of Hamilton -0-- I I 4 Mules, R. A. SHINE JR.

0 flt I .. i>''n the afternoon cling- the following gentlemen as his Staff Officer !late of Leon county, deceased are requested \\7E ARE NOW OPENING A LARGE AND !, 2 Yoke Oxen, ,

4"a I.la. of ihc-ir lioat .\8ihanl'a; to make Immediate payment,and all persons Y V well selected stock of CO Head Stock Cattle,

L .11.\ from tjie town, but 1M or any j -: Gen'l.Writ. having claims against said estate are required to present Dry f7 t, ii l of di-Jister it J. ('. HE.VTLT, Hamilton Co. Div. Adj't I the same, duly authenticated within the time 40 or 50 Head SJo.k hogs, MERCHANT
a ,'111ll'h the- place ruMild not find the ;. }FISHER Wakulla M In'p"I prescribed by law, to the undersigned or this notice and N/i<*v(, Hat, Cap-c, lfoe., tft-. 500 Bushels Corn, ,
I tuk: they Master. I will be plead in bar of their recovery. which( we offer for sale on reasonable terms. i 8 or 10,000 pounds Fodder, TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
.." 'i '! ...III..lu the meantime drifted A. F. Hu.wAnD.I..m QUILT. HUGH ARCHER Executor Lloyd Oct. au, 1860. 43 BOND & CO. Lot of Hay, Potatoes, \(., ,
\t titnnse on the 20th the boat Ir | Master.F. I 458wAUGUSTUS 1 four Mule I
Pay i-360
WHITKHEAI, -- ---- --- -- -------- j Where they will also find, at all times a General Assortment of PURE ,
WI'o:S TTniv\i ,
n.-\r ('!t Point having drifted R (uTI" u Judge .- -- -- ---- Kerseys and Blankets, I 1 Ox Wagon, !I ILY GROCERIES. PLANTATION SUPPLIES &., &c.UIU..t AND .-Q ?..-.
d n-i (ih< lxdv >e un/i/ Piles was BROWN } I Horse Cart. .\ 14, !. 34tfI
I CAraRS BIRD, AdVO'1 T70R SALE BY BOND & CO. 1 fine
ii :: in sitting position with his j .1d-4b.(5flflJ.-\vM. J; Lloyd, Oct. 20,1S60. 43 Top Buggy A Harnef I
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'H. of the thwarts, as if to keep county; Lrciis S. DUTAU Leon county; :1o j -ALSO-

"tl'r.M.I ol the tlie Ixiut 2iMh) being was c-xc-c-c shout'liuplyupposetl half '! D KER, Jackson county I 0 GROCERIES.1OFFEE .| Household ferod for and sale Kitchen 47O acres Furniture of Prime; and LNAD mill be of- I FANCY 'GOODS: ] FANCY (GOODS

b I that after sutxvc-eling in G. W. PAItKI1ILL Sugar, Flour, Soap, Potash, Fluids and Trrmi:-For Personal Property under $100 cash, : !ii
t 1)1 the : Major Gen'l First Div. Fla. Militia. I IcorroN" Oils for sale by BOND A CO.loyd. over, 12 months credit with approved security and 8
'I. Wit, .uul a portion i GUNSMITH October 20, IbCO. 43 cent interest from date
I '. T'i'1ie'iiti g.till(' ) l.l) atfmpll to !' .- 1 I ---- -- ------- for IM* MARKET.
iii I was Ilhl.1'drwm..1 il the DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF PISTOLS, Hardware.QIAlSS. GREEN CHAIRES, Admt'r.! ;
I p. r"Iuniu' to await sM.cloiHif TAIAAHASSK, Oct. 2d 180aC4 \ AXD CAHTJUDOKS Cars PKIMEJIS, POWDEK K. H. BERRY, Auc'r. -- -_ ,

U "- | been 600 l, U.. at the following price: 50at article will be sold lower than !, Ac., for sale by BOND & CO.
>I' U ot De>b*on has not >e-t i, of (lie week AU of the above
A V 'i iiie- IIMM dili-rent | has been ti ,'-C0ii17; 4OatS; 60 at 9; l00At9X; 00at a&9 ; heretofore at Cash Prices. >r rot 1860. 43and A. HOPKINS & CO7" C.YRlf'S I LLWCL I
,"vi" Time (trf. 24".Iurl 10; 10 at 10', ; 10 At 10's. Market Uflfer. are Shop opposite G. i. J. MegiunlM' Store. NOW RECEIVING THEIR
;,- < HEIR & COLES (bttoufrok.ra.p October $!, 18 X < agii Rope j ARE USUAL FALL
e *)-'IIITATIILN-We n.lic the arrhal i\. of NO. 29 CHAMBERS STREET NEW yORK.
of the bark fifn- -- MEAt & HOMINY TTOR sale br BOND k CO FANCY &
nlI\ '--Ct. [ ; coiU i jttt:. 1 J? Lloyd October 20, 1860. 43Sadler's DRY GOODS, WHOLESALE DEALER
Iae 4.111W.J hemp! roixand 100 Iwles of /CONSTANTLY on used and for sale, for $L25 per ----- --- I BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS IN

: ... .-d by Mr. \\iu- T. Wood, of this I I V> Bushel, at BARNARD'S MILL,between Cardy'sIron Shop. COMBS: PIX, WOIJK Bon, "WKITIXG DEXKS JrwiXBT
ii'Ti pORT OF ST. MAIUKS. I Foundry and the Rail Road Depot GROCERIES ,
iji I fountry friends can no, avail >:I --. -- ----- THOS BARNARD. T>EADY-MADE HARNESS, and made to order.j .- hARD, HOLLOW, BRUSHES, NEEDLES, 'WATCHES Brrross -
f ihis opjiortunity of p purchasing the! AHRn'ED. !I I October 27, 1860. 44 \ All repairing done at short notice bY GLASS TUEEADS PORTE MOXAIES ,
iiii .'(.tton bale rojKat ;prices will j jtorabh Galrerton. HBtehlnc. Key W* t. C 8. -- Lloyd Oct. 20, 1860. 43 fi6ND & CO. CROCKERY, Pour STATIONERY, MCSICAL WAREs

iit: with tho, ol pthi; I1eser4)a' ; j! Oft 2J. Steamer mail. *f'. Left Mine day for Nw OrVeao. Mullin's Tobacco. WOOD ct WILLOW WARE FOLIOS PEEFITMERY, WOOD AND WILLOW WAEK, &C., &r-,
8annder X York.\I'd mdse.: Cotton ,
Wert Wind Cotton.
Nov.:Si.I. B Dark rk ( mpoed to be (be Gan.be.) Powell.CLEARED \ SUPPLY of the above artirle various qualities .An&I eVery article in the notion liu we \I'f' going to pre-K a fire New York Jnot come Ia.It.II. Jand moderate prices fast received and for sale CASH ADVANCES MADE ON COTTON, BY ROPE & BAGGING, OATS, ,

''hi) kitchen adjoining the house of.j by THOS. BARNARD Areat, Oct.g),tV. 43 BOND & CO- -
'Crb 'oorncr of Bavlen and Covr New York with TOO bale eotton.ESSELS Between Cardy's Foundry and the R. R.Depot. I SEED RYE FLOUR, I

,'.; 1.' .H'J-h" \ consumeu his houses.dwellingaitil The | Bri.' DuuVirk.\-Griffin IN rOKT8bip -: .. 1. October 27. 1860. 44 Notice. 1 SUGAR KETTLES, &(,, j SPECIALITIES;

f'' ". uatetl one at IxAween two adjoining$ 0 and $1.00.-( N 1111..pol 3(0117 iii. Praramond.Jr. n ,114CbFiUJ R. R. ruqJtsrk English, Iron. SIX months after date, the undersigned Will pre BRUSSELS THREE PLY I I Lawrence's' Oroavelesi perfect Eyed Needles," ',\ Lawrepca's -Steel Pens'"I the 1'IAnt-,Ledger,_.. 1 1I .
hIs final La 1.'I
I- .S.h hole. rasity todoar account and vouchers to the Judge wrene. I Oriental i _e < .
Lawrence's "
ilhit. ort. 18.'tii.djon LARGE LOT, from ?){to 10 inches wide V Gold Pens
I by of PrObate Leon warrtDtedLawnnc
Bark Wet Wind. Saaadf'NI.Mri.e4 A thick and at ducd price for county, as administrator de ftoai ; AND INGRAIN .RPETING.The I -Southerners Favorite" j II| Lawrence's PfUc
J' W Whir Esq., ofQ\iJ'}, R. H. Gamble. Jw anhei I square very si-a of the estate pf? R. ejroraaa, deceased, late of I Also Lead "an mle;
?> ID last. He isT" '. lM4 sale by THOS. BABNARD, said county, and ask to be dl [ a .upeaiotqukBty of OS74ABURG SEWING THREAD and
ou> city iipce Saturday Brig O. T.Ward. Brta'g.J .4 Between Cardjrs Foundry sad the R.It.0d.0beI' Depot. haj-gOL ,would ran the aUenUpn ofkurchaaers to their.j I c. .nw1cu equal to In &l small large dn lpoo' AU
sample and
<-Pensacol n4Georgia R&iI Road (I. Ander.on.Kln* : BL F. BYRD AdmV. larye stock or KERSEY8 BLA.'IIJCETs Psrtjeuja.attention to
,toM 1T,1m j sad NEGRO convenient vita blanks memJan psaing. Neat q4
00 October
4t of Fanorr*TO N xw Town M of a cent o> l8 4Sm S1101:8. logues inppij ,
interests tqpore
i. i lien' looking aftf the [Sept 29, 1800. 4O- November 22, on appucation,
tII 48-11 .

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----- --- NBW FIRM M: LIVELY HOSTETTER'S tit: 2tbUtTtt5tflrn1c

lion I* Q. C. J nunr.in rofr oml airi <)Jusness: 1ibs. Baltzell & PeelerT'l' ,

.v i < > K N i : \ \ 1' r. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN Stomach Bitters.
i '
\'iii;: Mi it "IM-" 'kiu i r M Hi r-r ltitmn i. o 1 VI \ lit ).Mlt< lilt, .,5 a | DKUGS) &TOICLNTES. DRUGS and MEDICINES, In ( 'htneery.-/ <' Lam C ,'w't ,

Ijilt /
IM I I i t vl hi r.ver II(' 8' PAPY & ARCHER T'nEproprlitor and nnnufictnre- of IKHTFTJL -
< iT1'R > is: VT H.\\\ 1tt.i. Ults-H.: I LOItlUA, Clicmicals Pi rfmncry Sunneal In trumcnt Taint, TEKS CFLLBltATFD STOMACH BITTLKSi TIu>iiM>( II Hale, Ex'tr of that ItainlTimunont .; \\

,,,1 _. tin ,' '' 1 1 temamit-ui., i mi ii t AA .y.H 1 jrutui. in ihe Suirtiue Court ofitie State, GREGORY TATUM & CO. Oi1sVarncethetabye-StuI1 &..C.A 'in ij i>eil with jirft.t eontuUnce to { hvsleuns and if Ji.Un U Hirt ]

;i wuu i* in MI t i oin i nportot n > > in tin lnrf d smte Dittriit Court lor the LOOBrusht --- .itiztna generally of the Luitnl States, bn-ause the
Ittmm Juily ft. is.1 1. _> CireuitConns *, Comb* end finiy Toilet litMedi< iu \\iIlianiM. Fritr anal Mute \ .. .
(xh dclntnil l by him m ll< riumda Norlluni Oirtn if H ndi. and in the holt'ali and Retail Dfil< r in article has attained a reputation Uirel. fort uuknown. ou
Iw % Cheats Ot all sues titled up in lolllj lit iftjlawith R M trUrcoih anti C'aitarauc ,
Cireuit }
andestern ,
of the Middle will
the I4Mi11t l oiuuat : 4. few feeLs omen this l olnt speak more powr-
ifldIfl IP utih j)4tiIu: George S Collins, *$r Olhe-e in tin t'tate C-apitol opiot.ite the At Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals lore MotlieemOl -*. fully than vulumis ot bare anet'ncioaa or MI/UUIIU wife, Jt>IiiiC. K<>D2i imIC:ir, IM r

u a- U&iiUol CoL L. thtifl'u ..tttuL2Wy.. .md Conn K.IIoi.11 laiti ci intel (it iu rale OSie-o -IIOf a'I't'I& pntfery. The con unil tion of Hoftetttrn Momuli wife, Jompli L. lisle, Eelt\ ir | .1 I tR"lrt i: '

i r i In* count r wlmh lit in.util TI! I %ii.SSEE. H. \. TIHV\s mn/l-LL, -\. i. PFFLERIM and Dye Staffs, Dru.r Mct licinea, 4tc., nbru es oirartiili required Bitters for the l.tst year amounted to over n hilfmillion F staturtj, hr 'a. i ,jni| a,
: mi mtrrrojratorii Ciclafjnstlee. $. ('. lay the Phayciclanand ueraaeveed: of the uirt bottles, and from its mauif>i>t steady inir.a.-. Lko wtft, liutHrl F. Malf e' jr m i 'eLj.
l ii ir 1pTtp4 Lite litau1:*. 1.1 tluix 3f* Omtr OVER ThiS STVTF BI'eK.F JKli IM I li.: ls jrt. 4i quality Country hy&iciaus ml I Flint f* miy rely In tlDH'8 liet. it is ix iiklit bit dui in., Hit u mm.: tha J like wife, Wu-hym'; n I,. Rr :
Had > anti S win l 1.., lu* xvifr, i .
in. o. fulh, tikty. cgurwiIy. we is ls..OGeo.;; > en lu\inz tUtir orders filled in tli Cia -t manner anal year Lice con-uiupti. will reach 111 tr ni unllu rt I n t
IK ihlixir *tluui.I .- .' uld hats /iljha L. lUlc iu-1 lion :a U |JIf ,
1 i ujsvur iJtiwu a> ( P. L. WARDEN, at tin mo-t n,i- niMe prices la UU *. This itiiiuui.- amount < > mxir
I IK L is tUxttfd rnMiUml 4 ila I wtudtuibtr tELEn Llafrbez in tlu pnp-iration iiid tin aiutun of tin teas I- Hilt, r\ 'au: ,r i] | .,
Uruf .i I toritey suul ('ouu-rlor
U N \ uix, ore Lnu\ou in of he aa T.U.I.tIIASEE, Fi.otrat. (tflorhs! elue1rn White Lead, Zinc, Paints, country wlurellu article is ti -t known, who n.,ionlr fortU jr.. z., d M irtki J.. hi- w it; ci i |I.. .:

IflLt.t: ,,1, 1 InMrJatioQ rf the n. or *'- ;.. <>ffi .1 a!. I th 1 R I le u:, $lire. ijMi"x Colors, &CQ. recommoml the BittiM to their patunt but iltfiiuIaiJs ui the .,laes, in! .: :
Mi;I > '-!|i| fioni ilu I UH>nvi nil time* to gisu Uf.timuni.il4 lo its efli limits of this MIU Ilis.nUr .1 1 '
: :. is* i | MXUAXlti .',.,if .Ob'tt, I'IIV(F ILirt, ('irt- 1HAMjust received md keep tonM.mtlr on han, are re-aly at. ; I a
init Lif.iiJ.ituix at au\ tutu j.r| < the tnt.u t reasnnal" terms taey in ill < i-is -touiu.hu der.uiugeieecnt- tlu nwtitntion ofthH UIL-C U | ullLle I .
( ,,ntiwhuti (4 4att inti iwh Ttrrix 1. 1KKIL. X. IU.RT AMAkJJt. /( nf fii>J F l) .iwMr i J 1. eeefltt'I .,I Clint'eat acid I Mimn -ir t a i altO it not a : tTitelcrt-_ nli-iinul 'iv iu,'ntlir'J that ...\i\ii ft'niiint. .
unfrfc -
!Inw arc
::4> ;;nj tn *U13. rei in \--i.i:. ri.01 li>.\. Inli-h Boiled nuaui Rca Lin eid Oil, ttniporirx m' i)
Hoguo & Amakcr 11cC l I l C i \ lui, i-u IU k | t in a mil eJforts the ol truanpe-titig tlu Jrtkl 4cr ttrinnr t.. the : ,
r of < on1'- itlin tuSi TizTito l.tad lAud, Luhargi aud Patent Dryers, CTtraordin iry in isay | j c. m|:Uunint
..tTTOUNEi.tM> COINMJ.LOKJ.T LAW, u.ticiii:S VND JI \\ I L.K1 1C1 1'VIItI.U.3f Mock ci I !ireat Macre aniiehis, V entti in Kid, qualities uf the Buur but a solid estimation ol anluxaluaUle the first Molui> lit Jjuuarx nxi.. a
( ONsIlTIM IS 1UT Of Lamp Bl.k, \lining un-diciue, winch doctiutd to IK. ain- Pus cd at C'liaiuU r* ttaia. Vt th I V ,'
\ ( IM\I!:mil>\ tlu MItI4 rt1eI I toi T.iLLueAi..ir, FLOEIPA, : Ort/ txi.s Hi;, il.kfo.i,.rn's :XX) ,U j><*. tiiiit UstlfIJoetttltr J_ A\ VI't.Es U\K
Bru hts Paris A\ hue durni-T ad |
1'amt Oils Turptntmtarnifch ,
\ i nh Mr A < Urown m hirojK| )MtH>n nA\: foruu-d i eo.nerteiji] m let rrat-dtt of Mrch3,1'iO. 10 Canij htue, Burning Fluid, Window Gl 18,Putty,A.t,, American and Fortipn Blue Putty, 's Stomaih Bitters have | roxt-.l-x OoJ (ictaitmer 2 1860.
tin l liiuf Kansas LiMtlutu kn'rv, ami iU attt-oJ to afl( iTofowlonal Window GUtd, Brushes, send to regions where fe'scr and agueanti vanou* -

4k t it th4 1rutettkn tiy ( 4)cgrt'4 IiaI I,
: )Ill ''V 11* Ick1nrk1i pailv ? May I. 1S5*. 1Mllk > TOILET AND 1'1NC1UTICL.1.S, iruVris, Black Paint, by hundreels To be able to state conhdtntly the .

Will |)1 ?* re-ooncile <'ongn'.kniat: CONsISTIKO OF Graining; Counts! iVu, .A.C: the Bitters are a ctrtain ture for the Dxtpept-i S l IV montlnafterthrfirftf ill ]lu] ..u.. a

urn ith yii('ietgn.i'na iiuu-intt rtitLk'ii < XII.. T. XX IRCNAUn, lit NICHOLAS MIKEifAVING Superior hair, Tooth Nail,andotber Brushes; Horn, MarcIa 27, lb M. LIV EL\. and like diseases, is to the iroprulors a ouree of lIiennJtrsi MtLaiiiiiini.stratm i: t a *"
It ill nuuliid J L L. uae.attt'rfrotee it I
the n Hi-: e on ns. nntid th<' ibo\i ctablihttceiit. is lercI the eloiuath, juntiis the bluest, and impart leree'al leer tnul account and saa.htr. .,
i 11\tn in a Tenitrv, jiirxuist tliu w-M tI"I'ItN i: A vi' i. .v a. I a a M ni up, in ijuuk tinu ill / i iui> Toilet Sciaps] Pomitum". .Choice Pir QUININE renewed xitality to the ntrtous t>rMiin, ixinu it Judge cuf Iron rtmiitt mul ask t a I I Ii: a a- '

I ?. I 'nt\ of! ilu |H-o| l&i 1 sthli Terrnon. ilii TM.i. \nn .\ -n:. FLoin.;: tin di li< :iei.s <>t tin "ilsufluth iu Ol&- X fume r}, A.e., ,\-i A.e 1t,(XX) OUNCES bULPIITE OF QCININE.1I' tint toni and energy indispensable for the nt-tora }:Li' i f s

,. '. hive an rjrtnil l Tnloml < rrini \\ i\(. a.ea'eiauiet 1 ilu m-< lx<-s in the |1ir.utiec tf THsFNIs.(>N. DlCKsanel sr&mc of xiir All (ef winch we will sell at nasinablt i necs. B bought Ibis article before the advance turn of htalth It ,qeeentRae| upon the a.ttuiiecl4. hirer, Jam' 30. IMd 2'-'ci '

i tin Ui a i fir i heir | i..Ii-"i.niil ,.enkes tn ilu \ \:irutHot I oirei always on bind (f lv keel lnC eoui-tantly eupj lied with mw and fresh curia ru i. I am i hare|jiared to sell it on try rtason canal tether digest ix i' omiinnldlx but poxrerlullv

V i i lo tin nr t .,iit-iw! | ublu'. Dux Hill ( rtitin in tin e ir< uit Ci'urt. 1,1 him a i ;ill, is n nn will _< away ctl.aticticd. Board lies, md I h'y strict and unremitting attention to tu&i able 1 1 nil*. To Plnsitiuw md 1 irtus in the rule sued avon r.-stori tlulii to :u<>!KlUl' nintirltotlu Notice
bIlu diy or wit kOet me, we. hope to merit a liberal share of the public for of low of Lee funitii of natun
District who want i quantity CMI can buy in aa healthy discharge
tml the Nnitli and
t-hould so toni byli the Middle lhtn t DIP
il(I iU.it < xent njiremc]
Our attention will be to Iu rrt that ,' .
personal given >Y given at tit
tier 6, i.eo. 4M.m imtroniRi irkit North tuulli u-t the Bitl M daily an jtrdirtttion > n Mrral -
in any in or Elderly pir-.m-1 mix Js
to be mcenutl w itli each Court of the I niii el itt-8 at lallihiff-ce.
OU1% < \ i ons a* more I'lihlelan bottle and sill timed in it a Alubly r>t4u ui.m will a
oxrrllu oulliUi Prencrlptlons. March 21, lSeeO. M. LIVELY.CONGRESS -* on the eiaty a
intl Zrt (nil I in Kul_< ri. new I ,ui Ml iv, -$
Ii m in n sMnv I In e-ommon immx : eomfi deeiin'aumgvears 1 1 rail,.n for aiiuiHim. i<> tti < i inr ,
>tii' Tile %'ill) be t carefully confounded cci the erv biftMidiiiiu stimulant peculiarly idijtid to ; %
"urn Kill hi ul It ink. Aid to Black-Smitlis ) .
M r UK il I In Ion, nduruivi'; ol uiMili a* to Uoa Fil 4, |su oWM Important at all hours of the cLay and night. WATER as it is pleas int lo the |jethie, inx igorati.ig tu sail it,o., and tin' T.aLtice-! ., ]: .' ,

(v ibiuit to indignity anti me>qiiililx. then, DOOLITTLE'S .I. K diEeewT.. .T. P TATIV. .Hi en .VRCAEK.ArE feL PPLHIM reivud and Or sale yM the bowels, exeellint as a tonii, :md rijimnitm. jmnle July J*. IVW). ,
tn enx ipiinon, her loujer exmtmuanrt' in Ihetnion EM>riJMl\. WM. K M1LON .1 VFKtSlI I IV HIMireh27 cemralU A\t have the ixidintt ofthoiis.indof ciguel

will intohe her ui \\orse-filt luau *Jn have made arrangements to import prtat ISfiO men and women Mitt base txxiruuiid the Ituetil
ANDERSON & MILTON this reparation xxtili suffinn trout btoinnh Notice
sek-i< mod bvIH fl1flfli&kfl. BIll iJ4tU hcr T nnn\ articles.m Euciltuad! and lriiKt.whitheanuct vfua'in4
nniteellamiu Ufltl(1 thh iIkIp(11din ta Fur 1 *. A.rlf JJandt dePltilllid at obtained in Ibis murket without a great BtRNING FlUID, iniphtne, Ken de'retmcgeeuaents and 41111 nl dif ility ; aiunj undir OIX MONThS
inx-ome I'pmttmy in after
>pl ; ATTOH\IYS: vr i.vwMI ad\anee on the ori.mil tost Our Hair and ToothBrushes SUPERIOR Lard Oil, fur sale 1 1MartVJT icy the advice of ihysuiin. t tint hixi abimli uidalldil. tli fire ,eet.l lOli a a a ',
I xxirtlM o-lvlst lit r toit ir.i& iqi. .!lll\Ull, ls.s. t\/iN4 Do.LITTIF, if (.1 M LIVELY tteriou drugs and fairly tested tluuurils a.fthakar 'e, the uiukrsigtu ii < \iiut r el t tl]:. e ul.Tlaiiirul .
tiMluation uul tat ofmuikn. will bt of the best English muficturc: and of N. \. .
'. ii r liUrtv. her IOH-S It. A few wortle to the Jintltr M\ lluri arc Krim, il .1 l : ,
in, of our Extract, CTieinital*,Aints and LIquors, tic
1'r tret 'nMruiudit, even lliough tht Solicitors Equity rplll-: 'attic of this important mYth !iiati readily sot certain periiHl* when their i an' in M hatrassimcg that .iintv, xi UI |rint he tin.il tic a unlor .
in procured from the 1.ir c&t manufaeturer*and e\ Dissolution of Copartnership.
art >
to tlu' Ji l ri ..
( ii uth.!i mlil |utiei>nid 1 ;:it- it-etfto persona tni ed in Bliekt-niithin of trance adiant minj ot tht m sink uudir the trul TIc' nlttion of ei> r >l4ii 'ci "ace i r
VutlU, .I, JlflMHtTo., ., porters conseqiiintlv we possess firm of AMES r lLM w is ili-ohed on to IH diaic'luergc'J.i JOHN i> ii.\\' ,
liv them THF heat the t a
n sifcu of the he uth etiiM4.sti.nMin in iinn ameil tan lit. u < dto nat al\iinij> inn wlnih other outhim Hou does 1 mother and laid i.to alx<( rJinjJx tt'iahr, l
an wi
no t
i ilort t<* pnxe-nt this emltmiithan innisini I.I \ foriuitl n cu-|>artiui>Ui]> in tlu pratiet. ol dm 1114 irons |by eoni| n Mon. i'i.ei&iiY| thuxc wIck] incite i i1 tht attention of PlnEieians, Pi inters,and Mir .L ilu ]'lli HIM.. ht the death of D II AMTO hate mothir, tfjeinlU if s-hi t.et xouu is alt to for tt May U 1860. j) i.
I I Law, .uid! x\ ill ittdul whit tijililx uid |Toini>ti ( sitnict IK uiaat[ with fix bainnur, site). as Tins senior |';irtnir Hit 1 UMriiciwill bi ntiniud lure- her own health in leer \trimi auxiitx her Leer liifinl
the eh.inet of hefse-If after ih int<. it h inn and al>roid. whoha\e me eMiiik '
t nthfminjr l'ii-Itia lf.l their in the Carnage and iftir l tv tin iiiidtr d, who ace aeeht I n-p< ittullymlit the .
w l inx i ntru- to rare _\\les < rtMiketl iriana. A.i. Uu.r, iKni Should the ]>triod if mitirnitx V arrive during Notice
I lit (tl ti i k JMlltlK-an | artx slj.,11 In petting \K- Cir.nit C ainna. ol Jukfon, raukhii, e alU.mn and \\&:on Tin call IH riiliu< d l tie tln> Si.ithitit w ithoulwilding lii their ewui mtircft to e\ainiut our stock IM. it a tontmuuui of thi kind patronage heretofore snminir sen-'oii, tlu xii>nr au f \Italy\ 1111 nun 11* tftntr

i ,I tlu ooiuiuoii ( u\i niuii ill, Ut. abk to tc.hiiti.liiu, in lli s,itJireiuai| t dri act eari.uuina inn ] ,..:.mnit" iiirlnnth tn the portion opt fort i un h u nu 11 tw he reOKLORV'. T\TLMX CO ao libtrallv iMindid to the late hrm, a.4suning icIly zrixatiil Hen. I tlun is imti'spity fora tlIliulint (J: IX MONTHS slier clam, the iin.i r0 ,

(' i 1 iluir el.uttnin: and elew>laimg tlieraf. ui the halted St t.tlitriet ( ourt at TalUUanMtniiil rated utain| ui>teu
\ ,u 1\\ouljask Dr Kw-e the Doufflos. e kv- Aalalti.eL.) 0 _t't'li. 4i'-ekt. in.:. It netiN onh to IH MIU to t IH ;aqareeiated] ] aicileaein r to accent tin loiitidimt of antI give> entire enable thee mother to bear up undir leer t'xhzemae.tiugtrials Jiul.ti-f lri>huu uf Luau at.utica \ *"

till l <'<"11111X. tlM l S.IIIH t|nH iisul the \\ibnn( first'UK tnni lo mj cuter Coughs, Colds, &c. Katisfmii to tin niiiui rouiistointrtt ol the eitablirhnunt and rt pon i! ihtiti. Nursing moth,'r* jjtiu rallx the otateof Ltwwl'. llulluliv, .1. a sj t

.-\ r-I h.t\i not tnade up nn tain I on Ilia! Edward M. West, s.ajfeti'ni. I thaw lUr It lo tin |1utetie with tin Ut IIFor LMONAKY BALSAM, M IIXELY prefer( the Biter to all othtr 111x141>r.it or* that county, and ask LFTITIV tt' l-r ciiieic.art.I. 1 1 ii'1 r : -
dintidi its asking a trial of it" PtetorilViftare .%tig 2't, P164). i5'lCCts. ( Moll, vi> nv r
uteaust in hiute-t.*, : Clcrry receive thce indorsement aef1ehtvsjjrucs. > agree-
I YTTOHXIV: XT L A \v 21 luit :*
titHe aunt 1 liltor-taxiii in.wlnne Iti-> scum \ Balsam of Wild well certain to '
mints et- at ; Cherry, it le to the tarte is itS sjm a jtnua .
< .> L-1 I tJunkyouran.wcru wix and rwinuu JIsTICF: or TIlE: PEACE, |lit md can l,eo| Tited te v am inr on, it ta bUbt-tan Hooflnnd Syrup of Tar, CHANGE OF SCHEDULE nent increase ejf bodily strength

one and I honor you fur It If you lure not tint and not likilj to irij out ef repair Kriiikirhoof a Comp. Ex t. e>f Roots, Ml those j .rM n to whom xx. liu.' pnrtirnlarljrrttirrid NoticeC .
nn' 4 i xiHir muni it is r1. lit that \ou si rtnncT Tin undi rhl ned lite; | unbuild the rIght of thlfi Noxxell Honty of LixerwortISO I.-- tr -_....'a.'w"T-:-:=t alcove, to wit : seuulere'rs t'ruuca fo< r md ague',

.1 luubjecl nnpuiies% calm dbtieration tHttbtion, 0 IX MoNThS altar dam.(, tin uudirsi ,
seDhtescflmulceucottnt' m.l
1tIlt, II i r 14% etI4III. 81k1 1 sht ml tl not IM thus tl1l.! AA'HLL attend t<; ill urincst. (iiumKlix to ida to furntfh inuhineK and to ill Count RIJTUIK. V for Children Tallahassee and Pen & Geo.KAILKOAUS. lot> ofa1'1'elite, and all diseases or arrauige'ucie'eit' of Cr rotate of U'nkull. uchtr ( .
Mra. nislow a Soothing Syrup e i rounlv. as ulm :-:
lini\ \xnintotht arnia of |iirtjiolitMs.- > > with tid.htx and dcstsieh.| rartHtilar sum Call and c\aniint one of them now in operation atim : the stotiieeh, Mipirannuatld invalid le'r-.ns of 'cci- the estate of Je's \\ d. -. n.
Teething -i ij.ni* ow:
(lII i|>| M Lmettln i* clecteel ankitl to Ix iek.l will Dr Hiev join Douclas anti with OFFICE ai ovt 1'I'IItZ A. Ran* ;1Iot? Stcre J H \LsTeN, AeerhuL'v. TaUaha. ee, Ha.OitoberJO MtEGORl, TVTUM & CO o- their oxxn ]hysieal welfare by giving! tin rnCtl.bnt.d \NNK.i.ls '
41 ls (> ;;0-4uac;
u 1 i M. 8S DinuLis now 8av> he will MEDICAr, XOTK'Ilt WM. P. SLTJSSER Liquid : my of the ininr ImltatioiM or lounttrtiiti*, but a-k

) Ui < -No ne\or'! I wouVl fi1.t1 Gr her from wlueh several leave Madison . . . . . f.00 A M. for HO TETTER'S C'tLEBiuTEDM-oMU n Burren',amid Notice

n ili n n rnnst her -0- j. K ncnn FIJ ANEPREPARATION be prepared, simple, Arrive Tall ihii-set . . . ..1000 see that eaeh bottle Im thee words Dr J Hostil will 1., nud. ui .

< >1 I. Then, in the name <4 God, elno'i rotc B. TAILOK, jrifitftnrerfC,i>]>ir, Tin
to i ) u lijilitl jrivc him a Mnk With hx-hto Drs. Taylor &; Bond ; (VetO! Jutml Ihihf m 11itin, Faiiry For Bile at the Comet Dnug Stone of Arrive it TalUhassee..10.00 tie, and stauuped on the tint;ilu tap covering the fork, lmr a Charter uf a lUilr.Ki.j luuiti ix.: ,
Tallihis ... ... .. .. ..I0l thtlille
CllE6liY, TVTUM & CO Leave ee > and observe that our nutogrij sigaaalnre is on
own head TTE a.r.aaiatcet tn the lrWice of Mt-dM-in. ]>t>iiil on tin- Gulf oi..acr taa'twee'n >ut', if ,'
0 iK i r | ,,,. \ ./ Won
< .ijsiiieel "
Octoticr6l&dO. 41 Arrive it St Mirks. .. .. .. .. . .. .1140 .
ccxmil I Yes rhen I I effiei at the 01 Itt Msnd of Ir Ta1or. \I lcaliehaieLt to connect with Ihc P.n ft <;
T ih< ejuefitioni t netx 1'all.lhasMH Jih 1. ISj.l 0 Leave St Marks .. .. . .. .. .. 1.1> P M. :ir Prepared and sold ly HOsTFTTEHS A. rout ear in the dirotii.m < f Tilhlu,

t ( hiieh hi gave a i.dItt(1UTy ]>la Sla M <> lit .i
u i mir 1 this hi i 1 ii Tliml-Tl **eo.tc till not n
M I III un. Itic-tUM. tlx 1n 1IteeP.P.iIy for C R md U <)() !) STOVES, Knife Cleaner, Japanese Boot and Shoe PoLitIc, Leave TalLtiLesc.ce.. .. ... .. .. dOt) Sold l by bCOML A. Mr1>, New Orleans, L.I, Notice

'. } t-t-ition did not then ahkur.] tinier Ilu COMMISSION MERCHANTS, trimmed with matiu-s und ilunhilitx it redmed Ircnch Imperial Liquid Blueing-this liquid imparts Arrive at Madison... .. .. .. .. 7,00( Wholesale Agents fir the Southern Mate*. i PPLICATIONwillb,' mad 'a: '

MISHIJI if the Supreme CViurt, the ontisljien GFORC.1AWM prui- t it all kinds of Linens and Muslins the blue that H so Connectms: with Post Coaches at Monticello and Also by M. Lively, Milts Nettle A. C.x, cactI J. IJ. JY. t-rtIie <,iuirulA-eiubh "l'ttic. .taa z

>1 Ktnasnre unnqitn1hnnai.nuLl ami von\ SUNNM1 Onf I oor lorK.Rixilin much desired by Laundresses with Stages Madison for Lake City and Valdosta, Gregory Co, lalliliafu J. W, Skipper, N'w tel fora Kailroad from tin' sal i c '
: office of tin MtNxuiiT. I W. K DExiinJvri Oniatuintal Front Hta Is, diitttrinir, Cop- VLSO and from Valdoste bv Rill-roid to S ivannah.Conntttmj Port ; T M. Palmer and Scott A.Tutker, Montictllo ; Ia> Indiin Kivrr

u jivlitul if r, CVly does hisbne jastxt OiM'ui, I .!<>u> DFMIAVn.r p<.r ind lin C ndiietiii Pi]>ei, Sheet lead, telnet Cod laxtr Oil, Rushton and liegeman cekbritid it bt Marks with Stage to and from Palmer A, llllamiii, \\ aukeenrhnd ty dealers in July .il. l 'p JH

i. ::11 t lint T mlon,, he duty, _sls( >. it'a-iy /nu, Iiull'ipis, i'atuit e ii-terii i'uuucIe. Miop worleaefev.rr brands Queru Cod Liver Oil Jelly, flax on d. Newport ; and with the line of Mill Steamers between medicines throughout the State
u I xx ith the |xroe.r of nrertt-e tin j the li\( inttx dante at short notitt 10 '60. l >lyBloocll I
\ The Jelhfving of Cod Liver Oil enables tlu Ness Orleans, Key Vest and Cuba, and inter April Notice
,n ln- njrhts Now there was next :lUnetN H L RUTGERS lift \NltOLNTR\ MFKCIIANT& ireresixtt most delicate stomach to receive and mediate points on the Gulf on their way to Key -

I. iuit< to shon that tlieotheershul fully invited lo give mi a before urhtad.ng ete retain this great remedy \\ iRt on the 17th and 2nd or >rd of each month, and obcl. SIX MONTHS from th. n -t a

I reint to llkeir eluty in :i finale in'-tance COMMISSION MERCHANT w hi n. -- to New Orleans, on thee lath and _"itli the uiuUrfUcntil a \ a:i

IvrGn; to |ircsitme Uienn unpote nt and :-ii- N B Ml art tele* mauiif M-tnrtd freacci lice rer A Fresh Supply of The Train will not run on Sunday,except on bte'nnerdiy VLTIIY human Blood upon bt'imeg analvz tl si- r/c b> i MVM of theestuleot Mi: h '* ( ri

.4 l /. lv iln-ir C.1< htto the Constitution i iit TAII UIsVsFF. FLVLlliLKAL teta.t ittrul and warranted durablt No other art *. C 1'. AV SrANs _I says presents us with the t-anie tmxntnl elements late vf Leon tounty, will ) : a en e u
ah nun. in id aiti ( *iutain or TnK-uio vIe will IM t t'.letL.l I -npitoMtlJs a.s tlKir re.i on.i id to In- fruii in Ni xx \ J. 41NOTICE 1I \nodyneToothachtDrope, Pectoral Honey of July 17Va, iOAIlalIy Ixzt the Hood vice per on sntrinn from Con uiiii>- ftck lo be die lurs.< I Ii :i I.

i n isoii 'A lit I L. a"otir rtpnntativ4. M.IIT f\Il\N(,F: n M FV Y OKK) IIIMIUII.IO Liverwort, one of the i ery best remedies for.Coushs, thin Liver C'ompUmt, jsje>fia, Scrofula, ,A.e, and eiet.l 29lalt. .4i,6.ii r -"

1 i in it nu 4.itto int n dlu. < i lull in the Mia pun Ii 1-1 r* II 1. 1! TO ALL"! Colds, < c, ; Roman Eye Balaam fcpatdin Prepared A. Ciuli'C cmi-ail lEalMCond. we find in every instance certain deficiencies in the _

Ii., to n M il li x lax\ >. *s, < T. I'iS. 7 (. red globules iJliMxl buijly these deficiencies,and
.ha Insolvent Estate
list | | Notica
-.0t- Leave Savannah. .. . . . .. 9.15] A. M Blood Food Is founded
t iu F'oim1-1 think 1 t-an vat ,factonlxA .- --- Arrive at aldoata .. . . . 5.4U P M. Xou are made welL The upon
Ti : rtturniiiff his think for the tib- this thtorj-hinn htsuma'tnuisieing; succeo Tbrri STATE 01 FLORIDA, a
lnl a/re-c te lutcrrtnlion, i>>fltlttftke H. HIHIY\: JN tral imtniuje hi ri toll ri bit-towed very upon CHOICE SEGARS, Leave aldosta . . . .. . 4 SO A. M five pripnritiout idoj ted to the dpfititnr.o of tin I_ei u C.>untxDM1 a
tt RUt nonnrteTventirtn wa onhn bnaunah. . . . .1-L.V P M
/ Arrive at .
For told Broti
Auctioneer and Commission hini tin tiiieiereignetl would nv|>tetfiillv intonn ROCK POTISII, FIRST SORT Blo.xliiiditrirtntdfir Be Cauatthcac, *, > E. MW>N. .'ealaaa l
this \| -fs, (nMulition, \u: TLHI re tin | ublie that lit rtill .outiniUb the The Train arriving at Savannah at 1-.'>'> connects hills, or my atlietiou xxliatevir of th< 'Ihroitir J B.UetiiLed. '

-lte 1
l pint or lh Uttirol the C'oust it tit HII ofI .1. si| !I. ISM; : teEthva.i'd .. (di>,) and 11.10 P At, (nuht) also tile Vo for Di | nsslon ufSleirlts| Loss of \i'pitlte wnlttn .
( ci tii.a.z'I. i. p
I h 1 N lt1.. and| all |urtieWKI tlmi the iu ill itanous braneheo at the OLD STAND, opjxttite for Medicinal and Family purposes The schedule on this road i* arranged so is to connect and for all Chronic Com taint* arising troniOxtr ea.tate'aaftlwsahljesestltaui .1 I a

'- ( 'urttiouki deeth whit wisorx.n.s M. West lie Book Store, aud hopes bv strict attention with the Pen .V deo l\ Stage from Madison to .UM, (.niral Debility and N.rxouProstntu n.No "
I now. then fore, nautili' is -'-'
.ntiitioual' lcjri>latton. \"ow, that Court VucIioiKM A. < iiiiui*, .iou Vl< r< Ii.uil, to the hi.u'lta-ian' 'Jl si. to haunt. .ar oiitumaui( e of a share of Paints Oils and Glass : oldosta. Thus bj this route j isMB<;irsk.ninft the 2, for Liver Compliinto. No o. for I>xi>|iepMa._ laasing ('kaindi ttiuaai iial' I It .
( |jctreaet& T.ilbtcazeti Icpoi at 3 P M will rcaeh Su\auuah BeIng already prepared for arorption it i* taken in .
t!ut il* Territory cannot legislate agaInst TAi.LA1IAS-F.E. Flomi He would :iU. inli rm the iutiic i tlut lie hu; fitted I defame with the .Iuad4a I
l 15i..
Linseed Oil, boiled and raw ; Jexxett & Son'sl'uene next day iay drops and carried iiumediitelT into the ureoUlionco ,
\ I hut is Umntl to {trote-et it. and when tlux >ltOMPT ilt.iitton i _ix.n I iaao n-i. nuitulMO Li tat> a room at hi- -li..j! j, fir I t.aIua. lead, in Oil Irene and American JASPER J. FULTON, Sup't that what you jrun you retun Tin No. 4 Is fir : on or btfure the W U a ,: a
sill ht iistr
I" riCa
U. ihj-1 < otitlttxm, tin \ 1 l.'rlHt the ir n.Ha to'ntiiu. I are Uo lru PHOTOGRAPHS Window Glass, Snow \V hite Zinc, m Oil July 31. 1800 :12tf.r.Lor1ua Female Irregularities, Hx teru, \ioiknn.s-.i-, .Vi,- the creditor a /w'of 'xidetht a a _,

Mon [!>< c IT ls.'i V ) to nauiuiaii'sTiI tt E0fNTh84fr See saetiAl| ilirtttlun tor this Fair Salt Klu uiu, LniptakeVo I) 6, l'641.iletnu a
I T -triti The Milyc of | rtsinl ui
,. .intoters.. a* one of their domtieI POST eSc MEL, > d t< lilt MZI litlitron laj'eror Feather Dusters, VarnUIi ana WhIte-se-Malt 1 ly followetl Priie of the Blood| rood $1 1 per botth Insolvent EsUto Notice

to nin .| \ id, ISMI :i-tl No WJ a
I ir T< rntonal Lcjn-lnnre manepi OANAIY SEKP.Stewart's Broadway, N Y. I_eon i'itucuty.IlCli.tlmt .
mil \ct vhen they ii iircFcnln-el ll I'odrit'. Street. For *ule bv AMES A. LIvELY, Tallahn>*etnd I Io .
title (tiiHI ot \otti as to compel l a uion tom N i EW OELE.'t.NS.: Candies all n>pett il'It Dru t'"'" thr.ini.houl thi lountrx I mini-trHtoc of tin<' 1-1 I ala t i '
the In-e btat noIIu flNanelafter September "W, lfjf, Trims will run Man 13. MI. 14-1
slin, jnul cieliuU of ix-ou county. dee'rsaarl l, h \ a C
himself and Jl a(0 of Pn>bite of sis'pi runt
I ,
rotm Mr ) ni-jlab J \ i rhe : : a -
_, \JT Preston & Merrill Yca t Powder Refined Shred and l\isxfi\ Teals
J-niy/tt 'ii< .Wenalaq/s. Wtdntxihiyi PROCLAMATION."V
"1 Ls 1
ti1 icnt in fsr ( ongr'ioziaI prO4' ll 1 I PlT< tR'. ( for Jellies Blanc Mange A.C will
Isinglass acid Iidtipe,
and tht\ t1. .|K.JJ the Iav- 4. (,. .tauu''ei'>, I IT iiibolveiit. tin re fire, uotii a. i t' r
htiouisH, luiconMitntional and itnfur oJ PE.-Ki\s k Co, ( Tllaliassve, HARNESS ESTABLISHMENT. --- Luait Fernieudiuaat..l2.4.> A. M persons, liaxin elation auiisi i -
Baldwin .. .. . ...
IK use thvf nnxlituni B.Litiit-. I Articles for the Toilet. at 4 "it P M, tine! tilt the uiie with tin .Jeil I _' a f feouut t"
nid 11 niton hid \lolilttll till UJMHI HAHKIS Quin<\ O 'C Gainesville at.. .. .. .. .. t'I > Infore tlujjitii .
<..insOV onor 'I t Utht
\hi I h i interxentiou lad Intn frmuteelI OENHAM A. PALMEK, Montlcello, rpHF *>! B CRIBFK( hm ] ureha cd the intent B.\NDOLINE, various kinds, an elegant dressing Arrive lroui-on t.. .. ... .. ..1115 're w ill l,. a ml ill.tnl a i a
I iti l Fifth-Thesultanceof la-answer was: MtNAieoT A. OUMOXI, fct Marks, I (.fule late DV\II> K 11LIL, in the Carnaibi for the Hair, feavage' Lrmi, or Real' BiarsOrtiie I\axenj\ Tiaiu on Tur-nlajK, Tfinrvi, vnil ftattrr- sold Ci-t.ite ainoiijri'l/w Oat u'ruhima r- a 1 I

I I ititonal -Pfislitii'-i is usniueh Uxmd teii JAML I-iuw Key U >1MAU.w lclkt\ and IIanie s business, t-o loner kept bv him ; Rose and German Cologne, Lnbm 8 Extracts days, fillLiae "V E i k beret given that in FltitiOH br A. P AM\KIP Jaa i L 1' a

,nstittnionil 'Ul s ut tont-i'e'ct ttmn oou, L XULE A. Co., C YOlk would ri i>ictfulh mtorni the inhabitants of Lion and various otherdtlicate Perfumes Wheeltr Orn n- Ftrnandma at....... .. .. ..124> P MBildwin 1 1 > LECTORS of PllEMDr md Vh'E-i'htE- StiCk 2 2, 1i4'iti. w iII
I i i < for it not RALPH I'o New and adjoining touiitii, t lint In will eontmue the bu*. tal Lotion for the complexion. Porcelain and Metal -C at. .. ... .... .. .. 3.43 ii IDENTofthe' United States, willlx' heldat the usual)
and it u& wrong THanckel
.tml nyht"' i just mi SH m all its teranehue s, it the Old Stand, w here tiny Puff Boxes Toilet Powder, Toilet Soaps, a very u Gainesville. .. .... . .. 6.4.% Prcemcts in tht tea'rut < ountien of this Mitt, en _
\liit; hit C .institution n-fjuins n to elo us Na.caiiler i. bt found at all inn-. tholte and extensive variety. Arrive at Bronson at.... .... .. ... .. &10 TLI5>D\Y. the dth divot NOVEMBER I roximo. (t/itt/(
1- ten n to do w lull the Cvnst itution .tays it blulln Tnmio & NowelL, ---.I acoelcAwev-e, titintF.S, ROAOa J\vutent/cr Train on 1oadeUR, 1\tJntl\ e lauviisnd and forwarded 'th Grant. )

0IE4IlltlDLE itARE55, rUST RECEIVED a supply of"COST.lVS RAT, mil to the Secretary ot Mate in the in:inner hercacribed vs. f Dill\ tat'l Un act

tin.. rtIwct.| and tin hLoe nwiur jrotT-there while *, WIIII-M lU KOICII, &C, EXTERMINATOR at the Corner Lciro Bronson at... .. ..... .. .. .. 7 V. M. by law for the canvn and return. of t lei t ion for a Jesse druit, )

it t 1errite.n, and tht t\slm0' rtincelic! ful) AND- M.tcuttE DELTI NO (f erry fartfty Drug Store of '.. Gainesville.... .. .. .... .. .. 825 Representative to Centres- Thee number of Elee I ajaieeieriflg It> lId ucatiefa'ti lame :,tt I *

dilU .fCoa11-l > Mifh Ieisition cEui.tL < OTITIISMON MEIICII VNTS, GREGORY, TATUM A CO Bildniu at.. .... .. .. .. ...II40 tore to be chosen Hthrti'. davit hit'd, that lIce di'feu t.ml ID il C a
linn U tin ( Anal in tot article usually Midiin
i I' the \.- SORT f vMLLML ninrC t\tr kept in Arrive at Ftrnandin . . .. 2. 0 P MFmyttt In Ttstimonyhereof I line hereto hit HIT out of the Mate of I h"nielu! It i' ae'tia-re! 1 1' 'i
nnv lie ne-et-ss.m to -curr enjonn the ct-tablivhiiu ; and he hojHs ly attention to the inUrifirt Citrate of Magnesia. ami I\uatMyrr\ Ttaiit, on Tnrlrj<, TJivrxl tyx hand and caused to tie altixed the Great "*ial jog IK. hal upon lie fit is h:ir ii ID 'e. : E. a
nt of an ortant right gnaraat. td by l F IIVNCKCL.1L ol Lis (tonier, to latent a continuance of the ll- S,
imi and Jtit rtlaymil of the Mate of Florid Doneat tIle Capital I. (lie Jud.r settLe Middle (.ire ml acitlaC N-

t mstituiionili ; fiawktem, e. atronaje to liberally U rt wed upon hn predicts rpIIIS popular and delightful Apenent is minufic Ltive Bronson at. .. .. ... . . 5.4; A. M. in the c itT ntTutllahasace'c, this od day ohS- ida on the Irst Mond.iv of Jan.ean n"n ft

Uiii tIiIk the Drnl Sn. and ini. 1 1 tor J. E. PLRDTlit \. .|_ tuied m small qnontitic* at a time to as to be al '. (;lamisville at. .. . . 010 tember. A. D, 1860. tier ordered, that a copy of hid a trite r ain ,

..--.. -i iw 11L.. tl...t l. .-...Li UIINW i *1&iV''*' \V. NOUFIL. sulisinlwr wonl I iU*> Inform Ms friend' and ways fresh. Seltzer Apenent, Soda and SUdlit Poxx Baldwin at. .. ... .... .. .1055 M S ILRRY.doi the t luridi in A Journal t'is a "k *: jofthree

fioi, in tin x-. rl>ins iHgt of the Court, id iid frni Meem D. C. lice public. lint In Mill ontinuei the \rene of the' dens, fre>h ; Compound Syrup of the Phosphates or Arrive at Fcrnanduia.. .. . ,. J.SO P MJ ernor of Fleriei.? months
u S the absence of one ii our eikbritetHMietlirA.il.on
1 IMbir. If I Court ( will-known nuaeiju-thv sbtwin
jiro\ to you that Jie T Chemical Food.ROCK K LARK1N, By the Gorcrnir.ttte-ut : Pccaesei at CluuilHn thU 20th dma cit SJ:
i, x In, IM ilai liJ elechle WLSON A. "so1:*. oflallalia] Flit, lIi represent M iehimUeptimbcr'O WAYLrBKE8.J !
jucvtion wa nferred Engineer and Superintendent F I.. auu.i.ra'uotx, A D. 1860. J, >
and idx all Cotton designed for 1HT]) : e
UK receive met upon .
i ;e( ( tiTes.s nhotild |irotwt the sji\e owner in u*., \NCHFL, TIN NO .V. NOULLL, SALT FOR STOCK Ftrnandma, July 3, IboO J8 Suretarv of State. Selit 22, 1560.lJ'Lvul.t

ii r .. di-. when the Lcgislatire and ooalauthorim Jan > iHiO. 5 Charlotou, s.C.NO. September 5, 1800 :W-td

t.iit ti do (their duty in this lKialfwill (HIxxith FULTON FOUNDRY, KEROSENE LAMPS Great Southern Invention ; Cl'lCHlt t tHIttIH ft '
*" answered '. ICNCY. .i" () 11. IIYMAN ,
.: inc in thts coutent Dr HICK : Late of Turbot". >. C. Late of VoUatd N-clt, N. C. TALL MI VbShE, FLA, H:inn ill A, Kelly, )
' \ es, I w ill" 1M. 111 VAN. late of arrcnton, N. C Fitted teith the mMl approttd Burner ROXEY T LLOYD'S CL4i1CELEBIIATED vs. l Bill ol Ii\ r

f' ii i taniar then ttimnune-eel re-idinpthe U.; JOHN CARDY Proprietor. BurnIng Fluid Kerosene and Lard Oils, Deivl.I E. Kelh. j

.m_4(1 I the ('otin. MlienujHui Dr Kit-e, as il touiiki Dancy, Hyman & Co., PATENT SOUTHERN PLOW. JT appe-irlns to the Mtisfwtiom.f lbr -irt1daut
issitranet douhl bun. left his st-.n. w:ilk! <;itHIiltA COMM ISIN "HI HCII 1NTS, QTF..M FM.INFS from 0 to "W horse Power, o I fih d, that the defmd.-wit in this Ja i

ip on the stand, and J leK>kinr with Col Lamar, PEtaL 5TEFFT NEW Yomn. 53 I mil tee ordcr, of Die leveL uiattnal and workman PATENTED DEC 2"TH. 1S50"TTTFeill out of t he State of >'I n
rini ii. and when Iw pot throticli. Ir flee re- 124 i>hij and as ehcap a* can l tat purchased in New York A FKESII SUPPLY OF :0: CtNUINLc1cy be head upon the facts e-harjrtd in neil Bt]]

(litji1 I rive n nn," and went Lock to his <>ai IANCV IIM Vd ( 'O or any Northern city and lud down in Florida CONGRESS WATER. the attention of the \icteblie to our new the Judge of the Middle (Ire wt aaf the Statf

mud tin most tniuendotis applause. tor La!nor, tVSTINf f.r Saw Mills, Gin Gearing, iVc, S.eeonstantlvon ., \ > IMoM, feeling satificd that it is the uiofrt 0c Mon the feral Mondiy of J.muon next. Xi.

\\in Col Lamar and Commission Merchants hand fcLd\R MILLS from U to IHineh A large and well selected stock of convenient valuable and economical PLOW yet invented thor orderetl, that a copy taf this order tf
n njioii \crsgiuhItnt1v migniniiuoulx .3 lattIces in diameter also on hand or made to and must when it has been tried, supcrcedt VARRAKTED < e PURE A11D in the Hi>n turnetl the sipphiiH wlcitcim nt NORFOLK MKGINIV. orctr. TootJt & Hair HruvhtVi Juliet Vurmsh C1I"i .
( all others This is the opinion of experienced pi inters ofthree months.Pawed .
from InniviIt In three projiosm
conducted br Jvo le-v'aQ/e Hriuthe a slot kof who bate examined it. \\ e are prepared to nil at Chanibem thin >lU
Kic. ixhieh were given with a hearty good l will, THE New York Ili..aiewilIle it. W. KIMIN. Gnirds, ,t:<'. ; sonqscte Patents, and call the special attention of the public, For sale at the Corner Drug Store of GREGoRY, A. D. ly>0. JYLKS BIKER, Je
,. IA\ei, aided 1eV IOBBI\(. W ORK) ( of all desrijtions executed with Utensil.*for Graining Port3foutiest TVTUM .S. CO TALL.UIA" Fututup.e,
1 ott \ n luan present xT atl\ admire the manli Norfolk !llousc will be teMtdtcted lyJo ; that those wishing may secure them soon. The October Ii. PkiO. 41-lIlt

n. uul i anelor of the Iuetor. *.r IP The HrMt and F M HTXUNf neatntt. :inddi p.ith. All oriers addressed to John Viohn String8, PLOW can be seen at.Llojd, and we will leave pattern Sept,_22, lb )0. AM;m -

1, nu]>os' il>lt. to girt those wLowere tIn1ir'ltih Parti< ular attention cixeu to the bale of Cotton Curfh, TaIt.ahzassee. I-lcruli, will be promitly attend distributed at difllrcnt | lace* very soon P. B. BROKAWS
:; TERMSSpecial Ctell
edto. ; c _fe; Wanted &
RONEY New Establishment.
?' t ill uju to lie absent, an adequate lelen ejf Corn, Wheat. Naval More*, A.C Just Received J3? Agents' : LLOYD

ih 1' xxirlul tfle-el of the eneeth. A mere out &1et.22,1'.eo. !i Notice. J.tnU, 't.0 S-tf rpllE undersIgned respectfully Informs tile friends LIVERY AND SALE STAB

I,,, .i l its strong jxiints would electing' >norei>aetii -\T7-niTE WINE VINEGAR, RASPBERRY VIN- BLACK-SMITHfNG _L and the public generally, that he has not retired

h.ii xxi i musk for in this issue nor have we CHAS M. WEST, nINd | urehifttd the interest of Jostp'i Cirdy \ > tKar, Worceeteraleire Since, Pickled Lobsters, from business, nor gone to Harper Ferry ; nor baa TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

'*! 'u lii ol nuntiontnjrnn} e>f the many figures of F\IH: : iv Fulton Foundry, as well as all account Fresh Lobsters, Fresh Salmon, Fresh Mackerel, pIIF SUBSCRIBER gives notice tint he has he any intention of uoin to Texas but that he will

n _lo\xm rhetoric It will IK. a longtime !tic- dm tin concern, the I business will hereafter be con PicklcJ Onions, Prunes, Dates, Anderson's Solace _L oiH-ncdhls BLACKSMITH SHOP again fully resume the Utacfcantliiauiug ltii .lne** PROPRIETOR would Inf rmtl'fr .*J'

for shall hear the like Groceries & Provisions Generally ducted by me Those Indebted will p'ase come Tobacco, Macaboy Snuff, Waterproof Matches, Rose, In connection with his LITCRT STABLE- where in all its various branch, one month faom this date. 1 fIlE pnbhe, that be hoa re! art his UK* 1

n again. f ...
the eAsel siil meet JOIINC\RDY. tide for Sewing Machines.tTEIMSTREET nii'e: work Post-office and in the rear of Mrnker s Harness accommodate his friends and ewtomer

TII>. NMUO Qt EUTIOV IN THL )IE1uonT VLL jib order ae-eompoiiled attention Icy ,Tallinn 7, iNiO J-1y[ VLSO Shop, where he intends to carry on the business a* it lie also has attached to bn Saicle'lO '

t.i.i oii. C'in-itt n.-U t U :iru from the \Vai..Ii- I-tli 11 prompt IsijO 6-ti & CO. S INIMITABLE HAIR p IIOItSE-SIIOEING in the very be.t man should be done Feeling grateful for the liberal pat SMITH SHOP, where he will have done *u M It
V NEW JLJL COLORING warranted to hair *
in::ion ( limit its Drug Store
? xx :i i- In Id at Vienna, Johnson County, UL, CRAB ORCHARD SALTS. original GREGORY TATUM A CO work done with-drapnteh and to suit customers fully solicit a continuance of the name, hoping by his in the very best mauacr and with I'rU544'

11- w iik. composed cf mtml>ers from Ebtneztr, ALEX. GALLIE, -. P B. BROKA\\ own personal effort and propt attention, to render despnteh

t tile,!, ami Lil* rtcmtut*, Southern Illinois Conli DEXLER IX Fills artitli is minufaetured from the waters of Aromatic Tonic Bitters January 11, 1859. StfBlacksmith entire uUaikction. IL B. 1ITT. November *, f< t. 41
27 10
Provisions J_ the cel< bratid t-j rings at C UAB OECIIAKD, KrTttKT >- April : 1jf]
r tu < to take stj toward-tli! < fonnation of an Dry Goods and In a coiiij ItttubMituU for Cathartic rpnESE INVALUABLE BITTERS arc ;e great Notice. I River heit

u1utliMIIh4I1t i t-onl. n net in tlu sotithirn jxirtion AND I'llN, Epeocci] ball*. fr-tldhtz Powder, Rhubarb, Blue JL RESTORATIVE in all cases of Debility Incident to Blacksmith Notice. VOTTOMississippi T& itI

ot the si itc V preamble. wliKh, \xlth corn GKOCEKIES IX (JEXKHAL. ,laeea, Calotutl. A.C It cvtrtd a specifIc action upon a warm climate; persons who arc recovering from 'PilE UNDERSIGNED has pureha.i4 ol Col,
spondtn solutions was unanimously adopted, the Liver, exciting it when Iingmd to secretion, and sickness will find them an excellent Tonic Those JL Jos. H ALSTON, one of Doohttli's Machines -i rpHE BLACKSMITH business in all its CYPRESS PEND IL.iNTAlION] (

s..e'i forth the fact that at a fotmntion lit Id at Tllalaassea'. NOT I.: 1N S. 41( resolvinit its tlirouK m orrcmcnti) laboring under UY8PET8U and INDIGESTION will find for Lpscttlnjr Tire, Bind and Axles, \f JL branches will be earned on a* heretofore t'jIIE Arkansas, one of that 'cr1 "** CP
them advantageous,Hkcn an hour or to before mcaKIn thereby rendering him able of Mirinkmt Tires neatEr at the OLD STAND, by the undersized, who is 5 atC
Ii diran of 1" r'
Sirinlild' Ohio, Nor 10 lv>x. e-oinpostdpf dil- It i- tit'ti.tliY| a] i lnal in emtnts the I tations un the Micsiwil
( DKNTIST3JV.DR. and bitter than could be done htrctoforc his thanks continuation of
fact they will be found an excellent Tonic in almost returns for and solicIts ofIt
and of the
fur low
mnrti-eti 'u'nfertluamn tlums eI'atle I api uratu digestive organs pinenlH sale at the extremely 11't
i Iroin (
.i.l stimulants All can now have the opportunity of hvIng the heretofore liberally extend,-d.
all canes where arc rcquireeL persona public patronage so 'a'f M"
cute well ain ionrri>tion and chronic indauima- has it all the art
<.md..rti Illinois <.'onf-rcnei. it w is onl< nil that J/CTTRLEE Wn For sale at the Corner.Drug Store of this kind of work done with neatness and dispatch DCILSON. I upon Improvem hainL', Id bI
tion ol the liver and t-j and In eases of u>peudedurdihtient necessary for a force of eighty .
ilk miu 11 ion with biKh cvnferuneca uid thun hi* T. I ill iry Me ret ion. It hi I much imj lovedin GREGOI( TATLM A COOitoberlS at the New Blaekemjth Shop ofHENRY ,Tuly 1, 1S5J. :H I tmitlon 1000 acres, now upon it $nof ausUil'I a'

ji- 1 'l'ate -Livery IK u.nspe-niled. and that all diet \T-t return hii' grateful aeknowl t uroicical aUcctions pending on ObstrmtitlL of 1800. 4J Firrs. I Corn and C otton. There are U r.
of tolor lit AlMilLshetL thereby gl lug ne- tin' iitizcnn of South fc -- July S1.18U). S3-5m Valuable Plantation in Leon but L r* ,
liii ion ? / > \ td imentc to ig'Tn I lu aba iliilil-l xlcrrn.It I eif Land in the tract,amid not Cur La
i.I in) inUrstht right to x.ili and hold olTtw in Georaa, and Middle and Kast Horuli, ttHHir 1* ionic and di/i tivi....no( tilnt latlnJ! and dries- DISSOLUTION.PIlE ---- FOR 114E! Protwttd this place Us, by fr 'ul" .J

tin i iun u--a right withheld fioni white] \ female orthexirj liberal | troua.'i netntd from them lu, hence the use of i It will not only ouperttde the BLACKSMITHING"J'IIE -. i overflows are Impossible, and 51aaaD I ";ui
CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore eiisting be- PLANTATION known the A\ KEIIJL u
ri HE as HIT \ "
inc mix r,.-and w Inch lend lo 'MK i il and jxdiit lining the pau4 liXwe.'MS >eor: *. tiabituil tcte'Stity fir active nptrimu, but tint also UNDERSIGN his resumed work In town will be found the cheapest i Uut- '
under HOPKINS ,
the ructui t>f the above proR and he illli\ I tweau ChIC sulwpribers, the firm of PLACE, U otfi red for sale. The land lies about 'Iii
natural tone the
ttrtitmut to i-ttmieh refi' toI
will | o a r
lit partlcutare
tat <|iinliix. and! tlu liwfnl.. ainil Miuition of the thosi Mitioiih of i-ountn, and Uas matte uthrr Hid bowel & MEOINNJK8, was OUsoiVCd by mutual conS _I_ and has opened a Shop in the same building with I Smiles North of Tallahassee, and eon-isIs of 2-i0 I A. P AMVKFP 1..
tm ut 1 liluk rae-. lie rr.olntiIIM prote'tiirauuu' ioii iu niinufaeturrrn of Dintal Mattn- DOSE-ne eat, on the 31st of May last All business of the Mr. Ktjhu a Cmria Shop opposite the Ex ) fair adult dissolved
.nunti-with tcaei-oonful the Lie to
j ini T e
tin lit ii t'Lsttplmt md sustain the old !'. N iu&rth a> 11 nal'le( him to put lip lull setts of (utublir vi eoU! ater lo IK txken it night or firm will be adjusted bv A. HOPKINS A CO, who where all kinds o? BLifjK AND SMITHINO WILL E The dwellings and other buildings are in tine coudi I or on e II. E. nJuTsTMarshals'i 1jjoI Ic.II

oppo, the granting lo colored members the ctth, tn e fthei pulir iuodtat from fifty to :arlv in the morning. are authorized to use the linn name in liquidation. DONE ITH XEAT>* i DEtfPVlCTJ He Ion, end arc unusually pood. The property Is otter August l 1"60114If
confidmce to those who have
ri Ized him for the character work
D B XEGINNISS.Tclshicesee. i
ti-st ,HTainst negro tqualitxocinl and polilifal, ht teunc in the South; (he inen4 hathceyf< ) and October IJ, ISiO 42 FRANCIS PAYNE.Jauiuiiry,1t. For particular, apply to Sa1a ('1
June lOtb, 1%0, L. II WIIIT\KER, Enfield, N. C..
and the tlTort < Inili 10 'H a uuriun, ui-iumu uii .i-
ibhornnct at x inHi gu.ir.tuteihum tt1flt
\pn J tf '
I nuii0t if) the reilution xxebiliixo arc \ie-eable :is can be, \ ut up North or South Pure English Linseed Oil or E. GAMBLE, Tallahassee, FIn.May2t1lt1O. BT virtue of a writ of fieri 6tii l
Tbost iu need ol his service ran, by dre>| l ins Co-Partnership. tittPLuVNTATION Court of the t.'uiiIe'dtG'
Min mid. tor tlu lawful mtirnnnnsre- of the
>f loU to him ittitlur Mnntmllo or MadNon, FU, : AND RAW, FOR 5LK LOW BY TH DISSOLUTION.THE Northern District of Florida, and
% hut andliluk nets It xxa nse>hed tint a BOILED A. HOPKINS RC. RKHILL, For Sale Saw '
it l before Public
leave the ek din md time to teo par M LIVELY. L R. STA\>EK.T'HE delivered I will Mil at
mextin houl U htld at Vienna, Johnson couu- E. BRADFORD, Jr CO-PARTMERSHIP heretofore existing un- fld
> of jqer.
in for it October 13, P-O 42JOTINS IX JEFFERSON CO. ] Court House, in the town wit'
(\ Tuexlax., Oct 2J, \\hide all minister and laymen j r; <- Ihi lust refircnc given ifelewred.ETNA UNDERSIGNED entered Into a CoPartnerX the style of the undersigned firm, has been FU, on the First Monday to >o e-m''*
telonguij to the Southern (onftrem are btceittber 2. it. 6 ship on the let day of Jane, I860,under tha firm dissolved on the 30th of June last All business of I OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in Jefferson the usual hour of jvle, all the righeI.t:1.: t.

united to itttnd to take initiator lor the _ of A. HOPKINS & CO, for the transaction of a General theUieiirnuof HLIR 4 RUT and HEIR, RUST county It consist of 1,000 acres of fine Cotton eat which John II Baker had orJauuarr. th .
INSURANCE COMPANY and Merchandizing BuslneMA & CO, will be settled by RUST A IMEAGHEB. lIsted, 07" acrfea cleared, and of this 5e)0) acreS are I a A. D IWJ in and to tIa.i
ii J}
rmatiou ol m itklelsIIitflt conitKUttOIH / Jl/wfarturer of allkindtofITALIAN
i HOPKINS, HEIR, RUST A COTallahast fresh. This tract lies within 10 miles of the Pi ns. cola Land fyln? snail bem* In the Ctmn'J :

--- or \irrroiii). v\r> A3IEPJCAX EDWARD BRADFORDJr, *!, July 3>, ISA and Georgia Railroad, U well watered and adjoins* Florida, described in the GovernmroiV
i.i \,. \M pi on.-At Norfolk, Va., and atRahiph R. C. PARKHILL, a large body of good pine land abounding in the bem.tof N.WiandtbeVjofthe! 5,

N. t .. Mr Douglas protlaimtil the fidcral 0La'il'J'i1ft(41 WORK L. R. STAYNER. COPARTNERSHIP.THE timber Apply toE ofthe JV. E. > &. tbc \f v I',

d te, FU N, E. ".of see. 4 21, township 2, r ns' ''I
business of the above firm will be earned on May 26,1800. 2iFor I.'L' ** '
t" Wifc" In the official or
( x I i n *>rfrtiyn containing 320 acre*, more
proceedings of the fifth tliA'* sfssun of the Chirlerton ( ('apIlnlIOO,000q0 MONUMENTS, Executor's Sale. usual at the old stand by the subscribers, who virtue of said writ aa the propt -* hc

entered Into Cevpurtnership on the Ut inst. Sale. II. Baker the suit of Pier&ontifld .
at Ii'a
tlalwate ,
from Senator Convention rvxjr\tt, appear>f Ohio an in which the sPcccte] doctrine IN't11E AOMNVT L0S' ANt n\MAGE B\ FIRE. mix! Te>MI>H, \BTJTN HEAP RTONB, At, ACJ3 BY order obtained from the sell Judge before of Probate the Court of RUST & ME \GITER. rpUE PLANTATION known as "DE SOTO," lying ; Ternn of ale each, '
Wakulla I will ,
()4 TERMS AnAPTFl Te TIlE I1AZAIW. Tallahassee FLA.tf county, Tallahassee, July 21, 18tt JL 3 miles East of Tallahaeace It consists of UKcrea > I E. E. BLACKBLR-N I
Yard the Capitol, ,
contained in the KVilijoinrd% extract is tnunciatetl AND a'uNel-eTENT WITH THE LAWS near House door Ip Newport, "Waknll* county, on Mon p.acti
Can Mr Doucrla iinun the f rvleeftof OF COMPENSATION All orders promptly attended to day, 17U day of December fiexl, pig&t hundred and NOTICE.ALL cleared hind and 210 in timber hr' 46-tal'-

his confidential friend, holding as IK (1X8 t-ueh Ii C'. LEWIS JflteW'i 1)ee.27,1Sih. 1-lj ___ seventy acre* of Land, two boodred and seventy New quarters, Ac Apply to C R GAMBLE October C. 1SCO. I.I'
--- --- ---
doctrines to cooperate with him in giving aid Fur TalUlia& rc and >lclnit v. acre .cleared, one hundred of U frwh hammock; person* indebted to the late firms of HEIR T J FERKINIf. !
SEWING MACIIINESi! about one hundred and fifty acre* or rood m-nock RUST Jt CO. will call or LOST
find comfort to Lincoln to * the lands Oak
of mixed May
ret to clear, the balance and settle their account duo OB Jannarrlst. by cash "
141 arrtis thai nu court or infi rmr, Im* Wednesday! Thnr J Uwt
Miprcnit the Shell Point or y '
and HBO land lying on
Grover & Baker's.THE Hickory ,
rigid to bind hiate, in the )at resort 1 HOTEL. or by notes. POCKtr BOOK, 0tainia 5 Jj
any nj Rood 13 mile south of Tallaha eee, and nia mile Tallahassee 2L.ISOq 30 RONEY & LLOYD'S !
believe the Federal Government told funded the onlr reliable, durable Family nd P intsulon from Newport: good Framed House,5 rooma,.Negro Jofr each on tte Marina Buik, G a ?-*f '

upon mutual compact bit*wn the States and as rj'htE BSCRIBERJ* lnc purchased Machine berranta fourteen year old Houie Lad other good out buildings, belonrtnp to For Sale I SUUTHEKtf PATENT PLOW i Republic, X Y, and a note pa"K1Orniond ,
JL abov. IlOTELrespedfuUYiflf0t'mid1I of Thoma deceased told lor frpttE A Co. bearer, for, M
the Stales entered into that cimiitnct f tied pare -urtthent trouble. Every Machine warran- the eeUie harvey, ; the or
Ktrtmgn trill, BO tl belongt to rack f them, n* the I friends and the public in general, that of It I* 4d.use them Send for ft circular benefit of the heirs ol laid e Uta. HOUSE AND LOT on Monro* Street, now INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS to UM thi PLOW In Leon about *190,bj D. J. E. McLeGa. reIrSTithe ', It
I now opened for the accommodation made known on the day of sale. j.:occupteul byP.B Brokaw E.q. by I IFRA Thu er with be .ultably
arbiter of its own destiny, fo dtcule vhen the em. I Boarder Direct io CeotreTiDe, Leon county, Fla. Term .- >
tml Tt.eai.eaul
I < FOLSOM ALFRED B HABVEY, Ex'tr, Black-Smitb MUM at this oflSc*.
hat titAn broken ana the ,uoc1er a ltd intaufct part v a C. TOWNSiJiD ) 41
12 lI
Atignet 18, 1860, S3 Newport, Oct 20, I860. 43- TALLABASUZI May 1, I860. ltf