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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: December 8, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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t\\ i ) 1'I I ( H LItiI.L 1 TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY MOKXING, DECEMBER. 8, 1860. VOLUME XII -- NO..it 0.J ).


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?ornisrlwH5. ) C SK IMUK'KKDINdS.TIIUUsDAY < ) / I thuu":1.1 eight: hundreduid sixty-tiro, as now t by l.iw provided I IJrokaw and Koirers wailed on the House to inform; them that i i Senate l.il to be entitled! an act. to establish. the Pl.uite :and3lerclmammts'
11 mk of
1
for tlU rcplexin of property.Which the St'lat"had passed a Joint Jt'-Hlltill{ relative to adjournment 1\'I..al.I.
-.- AVas motion taken read the first andsecond
I on up
HltUt.
<' -a ( 'ilr,/'V < V wf.Order..- wa read :and the" vets and r.a\s: being called] for on the I ;
29th la . .r ( 'omfJtiiiit. !on'ulJ-1 :11olti'l of the same I by )[t'rl.I"lal:1 of Franklin :1.1 ainons ca
A COlliut.c from the Senate cuusi -ting of 31e'tsrs.31c : tions.

t \";;r i.l.u.f W the. lUte bet,Will = Kill to I lie (tilel an n to provide fur :Convention of Yeas -Messrs. B.-III', IJird; Dansby: Holl.-yi.l of Franklin, McQueen :and Dawkins waited upon the House to inform them The following message wn received frl.H the Senate :

I IVople by the : Florida, McConnick[ ..l.r. : I Kussell and Wells-9.Navs that the Senate a bill to be entitled :u.act for the relief SENATE. CIIAMRKK, INovember
11Illasl'l
MirvJL.hinwifc i 11'aread' the first time, the rule a second time IN Iri.t. 30th 1CO.Hon. 1
wino:1tll.1 ofG(11. \\ and others
II '
,' ,r.i < ..1 li.riiHE.., hiinl4 -Mr.I Sj I .r I Ulount, Uro\soii, CUI\I. | ol ;
CIII
I \ 'antlilM? I..hi* 11\. its title. Carter 1''ll'r-It' \ received the orders of the day. Jour IJ. OAixRAiTir
. 1 bell, Cole, Holland of Jh'rallu, ntdla: a"ll.ln.l among! ,
'j 1 I'1 i'i' Edward ..._. Mr. Love moved to strike out the 3d of COII:
... dr and Smitkt A., insert in licit thereof the 17th of day Jutrull Holloman, Hul. Lee, I.IIs., MeKinnon, Mickler, Murphy[ totilil of)lr. )[:n, tlc rle W:11 w:1in.l and he allowedto "leller of(lie lt"$ t f nfJrt.tMaall:

I i i -i:,ill.int.jr.,and Marlnii1 day January ; Newborn, Olin.r.) Yogt, Wilkinson, make: the following report.
II, \. : "n IL I5rad..-ll I'pon which motion the yea and nays wero called for by Yates anti Yon 28.Park.r ( t. \ 1:1. Mr. Mays from the C"lmit\ the made the following Slit: Tho Stnaeha-t passed the following) Hill?, IL :

' I u :!10'. I KulHft IHalt-. ) essrs.llollaud and Ix ve, and were a* follows; : .Ju.td:11' A bill to be entitled ait act to allow JII]K. Green of Gad
So the was lost. tl.i.ort :
.1 l r"ri.!; 'V. Nile.i.e
ltn.llt.lt
I ? 1'e ) Benl Uroxs.m, Campbell, Haddock, : whom] referred be den county. to( and be contracted with.
The to to 'ontrac
Hi.tl. was
; '11'' Ili amd.adt of .uwplrinanl The rule being waived Mr. Holland of Franklin moved that Judiciary' CnlIIUt' :1'11
.. '. I I.vi< ut*'1'. lull KoluTt I-'. Mufi iit.llu i, Hull, '(, ve, MeKinnon[ Mizell, Murphy, Oliver, the with the amendment 1 be referred to the Committee on the entitled an act to authorize the suspension of specie : 'IHUt I. IJ.F. PAKKEK: ,
i \ Lit. lI'i if<-. alms I:..'"n K Slat Wilkinson-11. li ) & Senate.Which .
:1,1 the banks that in the I banking i business in this State ''rlrof
.t
: Judiciary of the House to f forma Joint Committee by 1101'1.1
. t 'i .1 i inwife, and HolH-rt: I. I Haloi uniting
a bu| uiiM'. roM.lo ttoi.nd I the Nat *-Mr.I Sleaker| Messrs. Uellamy, Bird Bolut. Canova, with the: Committee on the Judiciary of the Senate in its consideration :- and a bill to be t'utit act to stay judicial sales in this State, wa read! and the :l''lpmJing bill placed[ among the

;it I. .I', ]J' ordrivd that notice of thei (Carter, ('Iyl. Colf.-e, Collins, (Ull'. Dansby, Hln': :, Hol:1.1 ofrraiiklin have had the 'tnJ( i.lcT.titu and beg 1\'l to orders of the day.
i 'in-*" l I.- I'uMit-hod in wane neN- Holland of ) ; fJl Also the
i- Ih'rlllu. Majs, Id"nli..k, h'l:, ( following:
I..;: : ,u I ill. i&ty uf TalUhosMf, lortwuv Which motion was asrreed to.
11,1 .l.-l.iijjiun > her, Newbuni, Parker Poser, I Hi.IUl"Cn. Kobinson, Kussell KEPOKT{ : SENATE CIIAMHKR I INovember
'I 1. aj |IwarandtIl.- I The rule being waived 1 )Ir. Mays moved that a committee be .
".t ',. i li- (-,iuiUinuit| A Mil ou or.U.foren j Stewart, YanZant Vogt, \.ls, \'iill Y:1tt': and Yon-31. appointed to inform the Senate that such was the :action of the 30th, l&CO. I(
.1'1I1Ia i next.
00 p S the amendment was That that the amendment offered in the Hon. Jonx
> they r
'" tlu-35tli IMolMT. lS.iOJ" House, and also said Committee of the I louse ( ,III I .t\\AYLKSB\KKU.Judsr.. TI1 l.i was then lead: the third time and put upon its liasage and tlllt .wldar' also consider and House to the first bill be not adopted, :and that two additionalsections ) s S/*ltla: tie J/oHae of Rimeiihillccs:
report
. .. as
, ,. U'm .} :l'nat. :joint t'ollith' .
the numbers and 4 herewith submitted I be attached
vote was: as
IIJMIII wli..h at the time upon a bill now before the Commit.1 on the : : The Senate h:0 passed the following bill, viz:
r
Yeas ) Messrs. Bird Bissell Ulount tUll amendment and that the bill thus amended do :1
,
Sjieakcr Uellamy ,
, pass.
I'; 'tit t'Ottrl.-IIi 1 Sale in bill be entitled titles and
Jollity. Judiciary of the House nut act to ttn.J.lit "e to an act to quiet to pr.-t cnL
, 1 J Hru\I. Cano\a, ( CIlt. Colfee, Collins, l'ntitt They also report a bill which tIln'ollt.1 as : Ill.titltl
:1111",1.uh'r. this State ; unjust and vexatious litigation in the county of E.cmI.i
',,. I. 11'11:! of Dl4tra.h C .le, Dansby, : Ilw 1"Iuhl of Franklin, IIoll. Which motion wa agreeil to, and ) ) cf for the bill to he entitled an act to stay judicial proceedings.All Very :

,.,' l..lctlul1R'ihnlitteel. rC llt'.tith' II.; F.
.s.tticfa of th 't>urt b'ani : Prt"klil np]> Comlit'l' P.\IKEI
i. MeKinnon, ) MizcIL. Murphy, New- I) MAYS.
hU )11.lll'J I.
ili.I .1..f"HAIt. m The rule being waived, Mays from the Judiciary Committee Secretary
It i t this trill r..ide'" )11. : (
:
burn Oliver Parker Pooser Kus Chair Committee.Which .
,
,.1 I K I-Tula' it U tmden'J that a bear- Iril. Hi'hUt"ol. Kobinson made the f Judiciary was and the accompanying bill ordered to en
.1 : ii" .11
.. Mio.ll.-! I'in-uil .l'th.' state ..f Fl.. Parisi and Yon-45. The Committee to whom 1'a a referred bill to lit.entitltYl the orders of the day.31r. .
JUtlicif' : among
: of It .1. The the second time and ordered
itnlday January ut-M i turii were to
:'. '11' ojij; of tlii ordt-r IK. puldiolifd 1M.1} s-None.So at authorize the Judge of the Circuit Court fur [ Holland of Franklin mo\cd that the rule be waivedand be f.lowin.lis rr.l

,\ .1"un.al outs a week loi the glace the bill passed-title as stated.Ordered thl Middle Circuit of Florida to hold; an extra term of th(\ Circuit I the Joint Resolution: of the Senate relative to :adjournment engrossed, % :
.\ bill be entitled]
to an to an act authorizing aBridge
i" ,md"! .r- this 20th day of"t+t 1"nnhc-r. that the 'ml!be certified to the Senate. Court for the County of lunilol. beg I'a'l to report that i be taken up ;' Tax in Walton nt.t repeal

el' .I J. UAYI.ES UAKIIU. JuJf.r Mr. Miekler moved that :(',committee be appointed to inform they have had the same under ('m i.lt'rliol: :11 I return the same Which motion was agreed to. county ;

l theSente' that the (Iou>e i is ready to go into the election of to the House without amendment t. and recommend 1 its passage. I Which Iras read and )Jr. Kussell moved to strike out the num. A 1i to be entitled. :an act to empower James Fussell, a minor

; State officer ; All of which i is respectfully submitted, leer 't sev(n" in the fifth line and insert the number "fourteen" to (charge of his own estate ;
Ir., < ; it ('f nrt. IH I
l-yuity. A bill to be entitled an act to authorize Saunders, a
1 ""Ii.h was agreed to, and )h srl. Mickler, Vogt mid Yon ape I). II. MAYS, Chairman. in lieu thereof; Ephraim
minor to assume the of his own estate.A .
1Y '. Dill of DivotWLi potnted committee. Which read and the the Upon which motion the yeas all nays being called for 1, management
\ accompanying placed .
. i was li among:; : ) bill to be entitled an act to change too lame of JeffersonFilmer
Tile ierfonue l their Messrs. hollattiunl Ulount f follows
('lnunit'having | duty \n.n'tli.dlrgt.1 were a. :
orllcrl of tlt day to Jefferson Felmer Johns,
.Ih!,. -at i/fortM m fthr Court tyaffiih : -t(' the House and the ) request A 1 be entitled: I for the relief of A. J. Peeler Clerkof Yeas-Messrs, IJird, liNtell, Carter, hot?( A11
; I < .ItixUlit. in iris Bill rntUkitI Tl: lniJt'nt I hi to an act Cullll'll. Im\.n. ) Wa f'atl the s(vond time, and ..1 motion of)Ir. Murphy" the
I I" took the cliair. (Hull, Lo\e, MeKinnon[ ) Price
L. I nIJri.la. it i.- ottl.-r.-J bat a bar 51K: t Il Supreme, Court ; ml Iizll Jllrlll) burn. bill was amended by a in said bill \
i',. l,.1. <-: .- in Kikl lUtl NfoivM The President declared the object of the joint meeting; to I bo, Was read the first time, and on motion the rule was waived, I HI". : Uiiijamin
\l.ll.- (1r'uit of the State of FW- Vurl'l : KeytonKennedy.
to elect Secretary' of Treasurer, Attorney (; and I Speaker, Messrs.[ Ulount; ; ('lyatt 1:1U. )
M..IKof! |; Jaiiuarv next. It is far't'r : tt" (1It'rl read the second time by its tit and ordered to be engrossedfor XI.p.-lr. Uellamy Hrxnn .
< i < (; of hilt order l e published Comptroller. Coffee, Collins, (ol., Dansby, 1:1lolld: of Franklin, Holland !-
t'
readhur on A bill to lie entitled act for relief of dwell[ A. Haisdcn
,\ .1"urntI OIK a .'Ck f.r tllcslateI' The joint meeting proceeded to the election of Secretary of :tlirl following'bills were lorrIW.read the first time and ordered. for a of H'raltJo. (' ', Mays, )1orlil.k. )11 Mickler[ Oliver former hl'ritr,1 Tax-Collector an tit. ,

,i.li.rthii i>th of State. second Parker, Pooser, Hidl\lill: Kobinsoii, Stewart, YanZant, ]utn:11 county
dar 8t!etnhtr, reading on to-morrow : Was the first time and second
, -1' .1\\AVLK3 RAKES Judjff. Mr. 1 Kussell nominated Mr. F. L. Villepigue.Tlie A bill to be ('Ititll'41:1d to allow Jefferson Filmer Ault to Vogt,11'c11e,1Cilliunv :11 Wilkinson-28. f.l, onltrtl10r : reading on

. .I 41Sm.solvent vote was : chatigo hii name to Jefferson Filmer Johns. So the motion was lost. tomorrow. from the Committee Hills
---' :: Vogt, on made the
For YiLLKrmri:-Senate 20. House 1 r. Speaker, 3kssrs.iellunv Upon the question of the of the resolution lit vote \ Engrossed ,
'
::. : Estate Notice. : .\ li to h"ontltlM an act to amend the election laws of thi.tll. }passage following :
I Ulount Ittwne, ; Canova, Cam was: report
Brxon. ] .
:"KID.V, } I lK'11, (':Irh'r.Hrl.C'lyatt BtI., ." Collins, Col., Dansby, Ilawes: Holland : A bill to be t'nlitl(1m act to amend tho School laws of theCounty I Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Uellamv; Ulount Urovson; Carter Thc (nIlitt(on viz Engrossed Hills; report the following bill as

'?,:'. M \.< 1\. Administrator of the testate of Franklin, Holland of Ht'rmJo. Iln\.I. 10101:1. Lee, Columbia. CInt Coffee, Collins, Cole Dansby, of Frank correctly engrossed, :
.It .1 I. \..,..II, late of Lou county, + I JWHolan.l A 1i to i il entitled an act to :llll the Militia I.'wl now in
,:,d in the Court of Proltttc of Mud tine, Mays, McConnick[ )1.I\ilnul. )I'u,, )Iikll'r. lzdl, A I.il to be t'ltill'I:1, act to empower Junes: Fussell of Staii- lil, of ltrawln.: lowdl. Jlt' Mays, McCormick force this State.

.-I I Mi.r:i>ti
'!',ii..I'.,lin-.ii.uh.ui4, i i. I.fft. Uf.>KtM-u'oil tobfiriMi In all persons!vent; Robinson, Hu'I. t't. :t.wtrt'o t,11- \\'iim .\ bill to l It e entitled an act to; authorize Ephraim Saunder: to I 1 Hithrt.ol, ( nnZ\t, Yogt, Wells Williams, HCltcfllh'). A. VOGT, CIIirmm.I' .
Total GO.Ulank Yates and Yon
. uuet KiidMate to and tile inul Yates: -40. the management of his own \"ilkiulon, -33.
" appear nult. t.tatl. Which read and tho bill theorders
wa aecompanyiug placed
J ii dire of IVolate of aid county -Mr. :mZmt-1 { Enrml'IIi'll be entitled :an act to quiet titles and to prevent I Nays-Messrs. Bird, Bourne, Campbell, Ilolloman, )lcKilll. I' of too among
;.1! il t.iof April D..xtIt.'D there day.
The President declared F. L. \ electwl] Newburn Kussell and Scott 9.So .
duly : ( -
Secretary in the h' of Kscambia.
."' r.I ili-tnl'Utioii ol the fundu aiuotlg.1.1. it'pigl unjtut \t'xliou'liatiOI COl I Mr. CofU-e moved that :COl1itt' of tlln't l.e appointed to
.'Mite. A. P..tM AKEI{. of State. Was read the third lime on the question lt'its tl!IF* i tho resolution lutsse.1-titlo as stated.
passage with similar ( the of the Senate
41-;.iii Judge of lYohatc. The joint meeting- proceeded I to the election of Treasurer.Mr. i vote was : : Ordered. that the same be (ertifl.lto the Senate. act : 'uJ\ith.bill on part to prepare -

; [ uomiultlo C. H. Austin.Tlie Yeas Mr. Messrs. Bird IJissell Ulount :! On motion of Mr.[ Ilawes: ml. Wow .1 wllle? allowed? an appropriation! ;
te-No- ce,1:11'.1. :1.:1 ,
.I, >olvent. Est :1'l'lk'r.: Brxon. I : : Which motion was adopted, and :Messrs. Coffee} Vogt and
was : Carter Collins, ( Haddock to iltro.lu((' the following bill :
/ Campbell, .ft, 'nIt D.inshy, said
(
':! f For Ausrlx-Senate 20.! House,)Ir. :1'lker. Messrs. BeII I Naive Holland Ilowell, Holloman.: Lee, Loge, McCormick : A bill to be entitled! an net for the of low(-hI 1 A. Uaisdcii lawl'Wt.r'appointed COlUuih'( .
"fFrmklin I.l be en tit Io I an act for the relief of alton
.J \1 1 \I>KK: >. Sheriff and cx-officio Ad- lame Uird, m.I. Ulount, Uowne, l ( \': C\lltK'1 Sl[MeKinnon[ Means, Mickler, Mizell, Murphy, Oliver, .;i former Sheriff of Putnal('county ; relative the School Fund (county

I I. .I'll.i-uieof JafflkM. Farmer,late Carter ('h':10., C"ft"', Collins, Cole] 1tI.lalIO'k., : 1 \Velh,11'illiauts Yates and Which was read tho first time, tutu W ,.a, rend the second to ,
Ifichardson, : second time and referred the
d! id. liainr tiled in the Court larklr.I'WH'r Was read the to C'omtnitYee
, ; onSChrxls
.5.1 i (...ii.iAHritten!. nT7n-tion! that Holland Ci' Frmlil 10tln.1 of ,' : Ilolloman: YOI-t. time by its title and placed: among, the orders.] of the. day.On .

. -J it. of Kud James 1'. Fanner to lie Hull, Lee, I"I"t. : MeKinnon, Means, Mickler, Nays-None. I motion\ of Mr.[ Hull, the House took :recess until, r/clmk, and CollegeA -*
'. ;.11" ', 1.li., i herchy given to all Committee the Senate: consisting of Messrs. Chain,
i. ) :Murphy, Xt.wlor Oliver, Parker !Price, Hil.hlr.I"'I. ; I M. fum
li7dl. i
100(1 So the bill title stated.Ordered
1, I ani- .i.:-;m.-t said estate toaj.jx.iruiih passed- as I Simkins and lhl, ,. waited UM| >II the (House to %inform them
" lli. Jud for Probate iaidi : Kohinson, 'ut 'h'wartan7lt.. ogt, 11\.1:, Wil- I that the same: be certified to the Senate.
I that the Senate had to authorize the
Ih 'Jd of Man l _hen passed : l.i building of abridge
; i i < Jay next liul' Wilkinson, Yates : : -06.Tlie
: I On of Mr. Ixne tho House adjourned till t.ntorrowlitoruing
'. "jt iln1' dilor of Ir'i.ltut duly 10 TIIKEE! I I P. 31.
I -': n ld fta I o'dock O'CLOCK Which bill was placed among the orders. of th.thIlesilntlon "
,' \ \\IAKEK.Judjeoflfobate.. of t'l' : of Florida. It i
L I
F. Whitner.
,' mExecutor's Tile joint meeting IlrO''le to the dtiol of _Attorney (;( The House resumed its session-a quorum present. to j ray Uciijamin
l line tl
and the
-s I II Mr. 1all.10,1 that the rules be waived. and tIlt House marking >onndary 1.1H..1, .

"I ti..mtlu t Jud iaI, eral.Mr.. Holland o rnandn nominate. )fr. J. 1J.; Galbraith of FKIDAY, November 30th, 1SCO. act uiKMi Anderson" to others bo f ititl, .il i" i.-t f.1 fun ..n..r... :.. and f,Florida rt. H.rti,IIIV C*.*.. ....". .**. **..catl IU

I ,.ni\t '. I will M.-IL, tU t Tallahassee.Mr. Tho House met pursuant to ,1jUlrmelltfl10rml present. I I111:11: t. :all ; to morrow.A .

1 .' r\ u.n.Vakull.| :> ''Olt0" Mou-> I Pooser. nomintel Mr. T. T. long, of. Nassau County.The Tho IlcvI )Ir. (n!lo\er u.bl.1. a* ( ltaplaiu.On motion was lost. committee from the 'It. consisting of Messrs. Ualdmn
l I. ,1.r! next < isrlit b Jn-dau vote was : I .A bill to be entitled nit to authorize the Judge of the [ :' ,
<' I mil. two hundred motion of Mr. Oliver the reading of the Journal of yesterday I .lil- I Joules.quid1)avkins waited: ( l tineI.Ilseantiannounc(4tthat the
.I;li.iiiilr.-il.il::.: ; fresh banunoek 1ous-31cs rs. Uellamy, : dle Circuit of the State to 1101.1:1 extra Term of
ofFlori.1
i. it ; Fur.rtml entlIO. BsI.n. was dispensed with. : Senate ]had passed r'.luti.. f for the rdil'of L. I. Fleming ;
!;,I..l I .nnl I ldy! alter of ir rood mmtK'J UlotniT; Uowne, Cano\a, Colfee, ("Hlt., Circuit Court in county ; :
< of; the land \llt.I Cirtt'r. I Notice was given of intention to introduce the following bills I Which was n''l.in.1 and the accompanying resolution
ii mit- i Was read the third and its placed
.01" Iloll.ind of Franklin Ho11an l of Ilowell, ) tile put upon passage upon which
I' 11":i landc.KS\ \ u the I MicU flint h.lilnon. I at some future ( : I the orID, of the .11'.
l'iz
-nil: ot TalUhaM4-e, and nine niilm i! [ Oliver Kichardson, : 1 the vote was : among
Murphy
Jark'r. :l'ntilln al' 1 1YHu21 Uy : I A l bill to be entitled an act to tho peddling of (
._ prevent
: KH! tr".d 11 '. nK.Wt Netrro ;' Total-: i :11. :{ Yeas -Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Ulount; Carter, Coffee, Collins, 14".11
I, .. l uildinr, A he entitled : act to authorize W. J. J. Duncan and in t State
r hil ;
tul ; .
I. : IK'I-n.o For Lox-Senate---9. House,Messrs. Bird, Clyatt, Collins | u Cole, 1UitIY.: Ilawes, Hnwll, Ilolloman, !Hull, Lee, Love, )Ic-
1 I
ii..nnllariv. and
dC.u10M tlt I Elizabeth to establish a Toll Bridge across Wa the third time put UIMMI its hid
r1a.1 passage
h, irs ot sapl l ertate.known I Dansby, JlIlnck. J:1n. Lee., 31ar.,3hConniek, Means[ Mickler i i nce river :Zill.r'r Ferry. tie:lwal- Cormi< Kinlol, )ll.:1., Mickler, Newburn, Oliver, Parker, the vote was: njM.n \

on the R date/ of.\saltsALFhEU V'EY, Ex'tr. I )1T.I. ('wltr. 1
I"J". 1"I..1: -- -_. :mZmt.C t and \\Y t121 Total-:::0. |; A bill to 1 be entitled an .act for the relief of .Tynes B Brown; Yates-28. Campbell, (1\l.lIt"l'll'akl'r. ,Collins, .1( I ::1.1. Haddock, Hawes,
Hulloman Nttys-Node.
I BJ.\XK-'n:1h'-1 ,Messrs. Itroxson, i former Tax Collector of'Putnam Holland of 1 of Ilernando"Howell Hull
Notice. county. rlklin. lolm.1 LOIN
" So said bill passed-title as tah'.lOrcl're,1 .
Total
',' Hull Love. and Wilkinson -G. j Mr. Coffee introduced resolution to F. Whittier Love McCormick, ) ., Newburn
( ( Murphy
A I llan. r the Grot puUieallon of tl U { : pay IJcnjamin : Oliver? ,
.'.' iMid..inied aduiinii4rator of tl EnI I!' Th President declared that tl.n' was. no election, neither of I .J 1., for surveying and marking the line LC'h\1 that the same: be ('l'rtiit.,1 to the Senate. Pooler, Price, Hi'lar.lsul.; Kobinson, Ku; .seIlT Scott, Stewart,
t; M F.'ll.tl. det-eaM-d. Lite t.I the bavin", received number of \otes.Tlie 011.111 Commitl'l' from the l'lte consisting of Messrs.I Abercrombie -
t-lwl.llt' ; requisite the States of Florida Yates Yon .
and I II tl Jeorgia ; Vogt, Wilkinson, :ll -35.Nays ;
I- ul hi- lint an. Chain and waited the (
.L.
<
I them
a..cun joint to a H''OIJ ballot. I : upon 1olnl.1lf.rl.l
i 1'ioli.tt.of, raid enuntyartd ask { 1l'.tn proceeded Which was read : placed :among the orders of the day.Mr. -None.So .
that the Senate had Joint
,. l>AXIKLSWITZEItAdm'r.. !i Thc\ote was : Ilolloman presented series of resolution* adopted, at : passed a Holltioll theConvention the bill parsed-title as Mated.Ordered .
J V.in For (;ALIU:. I ---- I I'H public meeting of the citizens of iadsdcn county j that the l li' certified to the .
Notice. Ulount. Uowne, Urn,jl, Canova, CamplK-11, (':rh'r, Cole, 1 Which were Which was n..i\c and placed among the'orders of the day. The rule being waned sml, 3ir.1n5scll]| gave S'13f.that he would
Inti.c
rm.1
it .'. ., I Holland of Franklin, Ilolland n..r. d."t. the und( *nod wi f In\n'U. Mr. Yogt frm ( (Committee on Engrossed bills made the on to-morrow iutrn.tult. a rtIlutill to trn; :Select Joint Committee
Governor
t ii < outil "ndoucf to : Murphy, Oliver, Parker, I KirhardsonScott, :
adiainistraltw .RR \ lun'ikilsol i following report: to take into ((IiII'ratill the Militia laws of this Stah.3n.l
.
:
.I.. .1"ounl' tarot( Yates and Yon-22. Total-31. The Committee bills the billsas CJ.\ lm ; ) in the
(4. U. tI ttU.deceased I I on Engrossed report following FXITTJn. : offer :1.i early adjourned f'rl of the General A-
.., :.d 1 ask to dl.ul- For Lox.;-Senate-0. House-Messrs. IJird, Clyatt, Collins correctly engrossedh: '].LL\I.\Ssn, Xo\ 30th, 18GO.lon. f in li,1 of the same.:

!i"; 4CfinNotice.H. F. nrnDc.'r. I D.insby, Haddock, Masers, Hull, Lee, Mays, McCormick, Mean*, ..A bill to 1 be, entitled' an act to authorize: the Judge of the Middle [ JOHN I(hum.JH.Speakt 1cI1,1'; to be entitled an act for the relief of A. J. Peeler,

".', ; ______ u I )M'n-kler, Mizell. Newbuni, Pooser, Price' 1ulinon, Hn sl'l 11 Circuit of Florida: to hold an extra Term of the Circuit Courtin oftfui Jfu'tse of IJfjrrexm ,: Was read the third time and ti] on the question of its passagethe
'
.
I Stewart, VanZant, Vogt and 'dl22. -: Hamilton and
county; vote was :
\ !lam ifi. I date,the IMt.lc.m HuxIO'ntc2.. House-Messrs. Colfee, Ilolloman andLove.J. A be entitled for the relief of A. J. Clerkof SIR-T respectfully recommend the following nomination for Bird '
I ..llini.l.torof.b* I li to an net Peeler, the advice and consent of the y E\sIr. Speaker, )1t'"r Ulount, Campbell, ( arter,

. i-. ,1. |1.'t final aixoantMi. I Total-5. Supreme Court. Gel'rlcI1,1) Clyatt, Con. Collins, Cole, Ial"I. JaMotk, ,
\! .. .'I.I to'of ..l ate of Lroueountt. i Time President decj.ired that there was no election.On Kespectfully submitted, N.\ .\ Cot-'n-. ,- Huwt'l. !111. .,', .,) < Slays, )Jaw ltCunlic.k.Hollulof c-

,1'lar.1 from their ..ltlJtni. I Ir motion of Mr. (' of the Senate, the Joint Meeting proceeded D. A. Chairman. Acosta. X '
l Auctioneer J. Means Oliver
) t : YOGT liinnun. [lktl'r. ew'/m, }'arkr, P.f..r,

..1 I J.IH, :}1 ITI:t ITI..d:\d'x. I to the d.tiol Comptroller of Iuhlil...Iteouots.31r.11olland William. of '\'hit.h:1 read :1.1II:1"l'1: among the orders of the tiny.31r.11'illianis Very Kespectfully, I I'ri(.e, Hidlr.l nl. Hnl1il ll. I Russell. Scot YUZmt, \"gt.

.; '"""l i. 4:- -- ------- ; (t Ileniando 10lin:1h.1 )11. C. : [ from the Committee on the Militia to whom was M.[ s. PEKKY I 11'illiamsVilkiuson, Yatesauti .

4 Notice..ml. I Leon. county.Mr. of ALu-lnia referred that part of the Governor's Message relating to Military[ Which wa read and on motion of )11. Haddock tho nomination I Nays-Xone.
Van/ant nominated Mr.[ Lewis Pyles, (
of Hamilton 'OUltV. .ltlairsmale; the following ile'port : } contained advised and lt1 So tht.bill pusstet-title as stated.Ordered .
: 1'1(1 to the stile tllfin ( to.The
o.'. "I t Leon .(Yunty. d..IIar re- I Mr. l"I"t. tlminlh..1 )Ir. Jofin !card; of 1"'ll'olnt) I. The CUllith' on the Militia to whom was 1.l'r1thlt pore following message: was received'I'from< the Senate : I that the same be certified to the Stnate.A .

1111..II. |).\'ulnt.>td aU11' I Tlieote was : tion of Goienior's Message relating r to :Military .Affairs: : have bill to be entitled act to amend the Militia o. thus
., tll
l t .i-t iiare !House,Messrs. Bissell CI 1.\W1
-/luU II-t uithentieated, 1"t For \-UI.I.\JS- t'ltl' 10. HIll. had 1 the same under ('Ii.ll'rlion, and beg to SE.\J tatmEINorcniher ; l State,

Iit' u;the I nd''ft. t.t Iris ninths ua Ulotint. 1lwl; !;rx m. C'anova, Campbell, (ul., I Dinsbv : I 30, 18CO.Hon. f I Was read the third time and i the (question( of ipassagt. the
of 1 Ileniando Me-I KEPOKT Join .
: I..r of their rl..c' I Holland of l'rlklm.llolHHl IImn.l. Lee, : G.\UHUIU. vote
Ill <;il ,u ( : '., Executor. was :
.
.:HI' i I. Jilll. Oliver, HolilOI Kussell ll* and That they find great want of!system in the Militia lawn of the fywrier of the lfoue of Representatives: YEAS--Mr.[ :ll'klJ )1:1: nir. Ulount, Uroxfon, (':lids

( r -- Yates r!. Total-:t2. House Messrs. Coffee Haddock I State. These 1:1:1: consists i of \Irioui; enactments jijssed at different Sin The Senate has p.i sed the following joint resolution viz: I hell Carter ( Clin ('( 1)ausLt,", 1.1.1.1. Hawes.
" Notice. PVI.KS Senate 8. Clyatt,
' For : times, containing provisions and Amendments not altogether Joint H'lnlutiol in relation to the also Holland of Franklin: : I of II.mawl", 1[ulufal 1. Mavs",
Mean[ Sticker, ConH'ltiol;
McConnick Murphy,
Hull
,
;
h :i I.' rile tiestltpbGYrtkpnoftUssotk'e Ilawes, 2lzdl.
. _n' d. adniiJiirtratrix of lite estate of I II. Pooser Price Stewart, VanZant, Vogt, and 1 1 1 consistent with each other, al.1 not constituting such a Resolution in relation tokstung a United States. Senator. 3IcKinnon, Means, )1'Il. )[nrlll), Pooser,

.iii.a-ed, late <*f Leon county, i I Newbuni! \\.1: I (complete code of law on the subject as tlU exicencie" of the State Very'KetpectfulbII. -, Kichardson, Holin"uI, :l'l Williams, Wilkinson, Yates

ii > unit and \'IU hc'"Itl th tCQ I YIII 1$. Tutal-G. require. Your Committee do not deem it expedient at this timeto F..PAKKEK and Yon- 6.XayIr. .
.iit\. and ai>k to IK- di'r.j j For UKAUII-Senate I. House-) (ssrs. Uellamy: Collins, I Ilulmul. Love-1.
EIX'T : attempt a ( and ( of these laws, and of
'Hn0'1 'ol.liltiol completion Secretary Senate.
Wilkinson Total 7.
t and I
Ixive Slavs
I 27C.in.Notice. think sufficient the time such amendments So the ns stated.
I at t
.. I that there was no 1t'I present :1 Which was read and the resolutions placed lila.iI.J-titl.
--- h'ut
--- d.tiol.Ir.
1 al'.brl'1 are contained in the Bil accompanying this 1 Keport, recommending nnn.th orders of the nrTI.nJilg Or.t'n',1 :: l It certified to the Senate.
the of the Joint day.
adjournment
.
Call :
) (ttll:l'ltO 10\(1 however a complete to be as soon a s ('llmitt.c consisting of Messrs. of ( 'officeand
oll
1 f, ", date HIt nndoreisnwl will frri meeting until tiMiiorrow; mor. ( prepared A l.i to be entitled an act to :1\1.1 the Election Laws now oiritcd''to 101:1.1 I"rmklil
I u'.It.k Hlonnt was > return
and yt.Urht-rr to practicable.Your in this api : bill to the' Stnatc
i\ i "T. :ii-eotint tb I It iI in State,
0. rxrrutrix Which motion was Iot.'ni' Committee find the chief in the of effect : f.rt for ant'ndtuent.
l.i-on a
t t. t county an
I,. j .. | | jf ald 1 1S Joint meeting proceeded to H'"J.1 ballot for Comptroller. .1ifi'u1 way \'I!read the second time nl.l ordered to be t-ngrosssed-
i UK I..UJad.IIIlle: : he )Iilitiyh'l in tl tatt' lIt a supposed defect in the third reading on to-morrow. : 1 The committee returned and I retried t that they Ja.l1''r\ne
IS in b '
It I.L1ITI\. -t'lfrom.. Extt I COI til.tiolldti\c to til' powers of Court Martial, and recommend The f following message was received from the Senate : the duty assigned I them and asked to be discharged.requested .

." :i1 Gut I The vote was : Messrs. an amendment' to :all', which will ol\iltt.the difficulty. A CuimniU(' (oni til of)1(' 1r! )II'QI'I. ('all and t lto I loerut

-- -- I \VILu.t31s-Senate 10. 1oust-Mr. Speaker, Your Committee' further recommend that nit:1.lc salary be SENATE ClfAMIIKi: : ) : witel ulsm tine HOI:.. ald intillfl them' that Senate. .i.il.a.1
} =
I Notice. I Ii. Bird, Bissell, Ulount Bowl' Urovson ( :U\\': Cans. tlrell, Ct. attached to the Olt of Adjutant General. : Nov(-unter 30th, I860 f :n act to provide against the 6ilnrt' or n tlC ,

. \ I Is d I ,AI'r. date the voucher und4ri ntcd to the Mill Jude IIM 1 ter, Cole, lnrlv. Ilolland of FrUklil. Holland of Jt.r:1lo. JOS. JOHN WILLIAMS, ChirlU.: Hon. .JOHN U. G.\.IUITH. front the ('uunti uf );.1.anal I 3lonrK[ il 1Le' fllrt't'nfltiou
.( twos lad Kussell \ (1'IH'ltiul 3/.1
.i I' R iknila i..nut\, a.< sdulini.lr.Irl" onVi'L'ii Ilowell, Ix-e. )hIinnon lrk.r, Kobinson l'ot, ViI I Which report was receh ed and read, and the accompanying .Fjtptiker f tJt I1raeof IlrjtrfKOitntlrtJt : the concurrence of the louse I thereto ;

(It': M I I.-J.In\l t.e .' ", dct-eat-cJ late. of Mid I Ham and Yal"-:: :House]-;: Messrs. Coffee Collins j i bill placed among the orders of the day. Sm: The Senate. has passed the following billiz: Which was received and placed I among the' orders of th
('. ,\'j'rhr.t Aduifx.Notice. I For In.I-Senate Cyat. The following message was reeehcd! f from the t'latl: A 1i to be entitled .an act to amend the Pilot Laws of the Wilkinson moved that the house adjourn until to-niorrou
,, tAI' WHG t )[ -Comi..k. Means )Iilkll'r, Mizell, Murphy 9 o'clock
;la4ra :
Iul. SENATE CIIAMIUK 1
" __ __ ___ I : : Price Stewart, VanZant, Vogt t.rdl* port Flmm'in:
,
r. I 1 Newburn, lr. I November 30th 1800. f fIIox. Very re j lt.efllr. tP'1 which motion the yeas and nays wi-ro called for bv
and 1ta-t IS.t Total-27. and I Kussell and I follows '
JOHN B. G.\ut.nl. I : :It' : Mays < \n'n':0 f :
.' :!. the first publication tW t For ( Nnuse--Messrs. l.ellaniy: hawses, 1.\HKEJ. Mr. :
." 'HI.1.fr"l| --innd. eotlido adminltlratorin. ; Ba.\I.l.nt and l Wilkinson. Total 7. I! fywihr of t tit. 10l.ot<> lilresettertirees: Secretary tIlt:t'nt( YKA.S- S| eiker, )f"H:. Birth, ( It. (CIvatt, Cole, Daii

. of III1'lm'rd.1.d, I Ilolloman, IxmMays Which was read and the accompanying: ]bill 111ecl among the' : I by:, I Haddock, 1 Ilawes[ luwl.I. !lull. Mays MeKinnon, Al-ans! 1a.

. "MI.I\. will pn-oetit filAl ( 11uik-31r.; KiehaYdson. | Sic:The St'nt. has passed the f llowin.Ili \iz: orders of the day. 1 Mickler, )lzl.l (."I'ln Oln'f, 1; Price, liiehaldsou1obinson (
'II.I -J1111_.. of lYofcite of said ) declared that there wa no d.tiol. A h forthempport I arJt'r. t
President to
county The act
j ( appropriation
... I-i ( t'ntitlt.I:1 : 'l'rain .A bill to be entitled an act to amend the School] Laws ( Ci Wilkinson, Yatf' nn-2:1.
-l.irued II. T IU.OCKK.U. I the ads } ell :
Senate .1
of Mr.[ ( of the joint of Government: also .
On motion : '
404)111. E\-otluioa< r. I \1 IH'.tinr I tIl. ; luinbia County, 1 Nays-) Bount. ( artr, Coffee. Holland of
r - journed. IOn | A bill to I be entitled an net for the relief of Joseph 1J. Wood, Was read the time Holland of Love I.rlklil
': Second al,1 on motion of Mr.[ re : ), ( : POOHT and
ti of )Ir. [ the House took a recess uutl13 j of (' 1.1ol.k :"t- 9.
motion
thaniel Hamlen, law{ 1 '.Jnnli' county. ferred to the Committee on Schools and Colleges. So the ]louse adjourned until tomorrow t 9 M.
I I
o'clock, 1. 31. Very )', A Committee from the Senate u'df"I
MISSION MERCHANT I rlIt'.tfll consisting of Messrs.
1 I -
" U. F. PAKKER, ALtr-1 I
combie LJrokaw
and Simkins
e waited
".. upon the House to E-r ;
LA.iifFKns IRISHMEN The
NKW THK ( three
.uiu\t ST. r\
the Senate. principaltan
OJ.EASI t '
l'rdanIf that that the Senate had. of
body passed a bill to authorize the
--TO I O'CLOCK P. M. I II Which wa. read. and the accompanying lulls placed among County Commissioners of EscambLi lx 1': day ar.Irishmen. Charles Bean, who has earned 1 more n.ouey tlt.
: I 1 to
,-I p SEMI E\Tallahassee, }13.. I I the orders of the day.OKDEKS. House and Jail county >rrow motley to I'I than any actor in.tll? history of the British drama, 1J1l a to s
I' \ Luit:Cur ;
' i lluiney. ; (i. V. Brooke, as a tingle man, second notie
n'H'nt. aterurd
( -.tt.I. resumed its ( to in
I Toe House "il-: quorum I was placed the orders
I among .
J I"I:lUl TAV Ihu.Jc'I'on. !1liM''C" j jC I A hill to lie entitled an :\t to authorize)the suspension of OF THE 1.\". Mr. Mays moted to take up the (' otthl. an day.act to authorize I:i was l II'r and educated in Dublin ; and Barry Sullivan
li who has ,
., .1,1.. J\litOI'. I Ft|>ecie [payments. hy the hmkl of this State all the Agencies of j 1 the suspension of specie by the 1 Hanks; in this State : just returned to Europe, bearing with him the highest;

s '\'II STEELS$'ITn. (l.kc ctlar Krya, : I Kinks that are engaged in the hanking business' in this State, .A lli to be entitled nn act to amend the Militia Laws now in and the agencies of Hanks that payments are engaged: in t I testimonials to his genius and accomplishments that the EiM'lisli

"b' J I.. TampI ,\. came up on its third reading. I force il this State; in this State; : lmkilwllin.s= I language" enabled the press of thi country to confer, is a 4 forkonim. -

'. J.uuuE.. Fcnllllditla TLoutastilleGcot, !, Mr. Holland: of Franklin moved that the rule be waived mill 'Was read the first t.time, rule waived, read the second time by Upon which motion the yeas and nays were called for 1. The lest .British eomiosejs, too-Balk and Wallace

\8s I II' back its second reading its title, and on motion of Mr. Holland of Franklin the House are Irishmen.
?'1lCS, su'sn'I' t the bill placed upon ; t 3Iessrs. Mays and Blount, and were as follows )! .
TTI", rl CIty. IIh j Which motion was agreed to. roll itself into Committee of the Whole for its I I Yeas CAUSE
: I ( Ir. EFFECT.:
I : 'onsiteT. I I I .- Speaker, Messrs. Canova, Coffee, Collins, : AND Why, Han, you have the most feminine
< the amendment tion Mr. in the lnn.t.
following : Yogt Chair.
--- )rr. Holland of I "
Frnklin ott.r'l Holland of Holloman, Love, 3Iays ) cast of countenance I have ever Keen.

For Sale, Sw. 3. Be it further OUlrt< : from :\.1 after the passage After some .spent therein the Committee rose and by their !.I :Miekler, &t Frankln Y Il'Conliek, <:I "Oh, yaw," replied Hans, "I know the reason for Bat-mine

' I. SF AXD LOT BELONGING TO of this act, no sale shall be made in this. State by virtue of : Chairman. the Bill hack to the House is and 0-1. moder vas a voomans"
I ) repore amende Xa'sIcs rs. Broxson Campbell CIt' Cole
'a \ Keen, in the city of Tallahatlscc.'n writ of fieri i arias on Decree in Equity, until the first Monday T'onuneuJe is passage and asked be ; I Dansby Haddock Birc Crtr. att, ,.I!
t See
of
what I
' i"tinK 8 fioodiaan.to the College For further-at preeeut informa-O. January, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two; provttfa report was concurred in, and the bill as amended ordered Kmuon, Murphy,, IolaJ Oliver llernando I'ooser, IIowe11,1Iull. Lee, )Ic, Arab : am, not what m)/ether was, is an old and excelled

r T. P. TATU) /, jiOWet'er, the D.ftdt shal give Bond for the forthcom to be.engrossed for a third. reading. on to-morrow. Yates and, Y Prc Robinson I saying.
-r Stewar'Vsn He who finds
or P. B BaOK i.S Rusl 002- pleasure in vice and pain in 'rtue is a novice in



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h ( ; : & I I'l isotpLuc on ii- si.- !, t h.k.) ll i Hi.-lawful; evidi nlh ch.iiai-kri/.c( ; a liru"; porlion ->!' his jircsiMt .Military ICcticw in llaiuillo'i. 1'loritlu I i-uii. ( :isds-ui, '<,'ouiit, ifI in

Jlorfohm: anil Journal. i.-.i-: KiiroKsiiiee: : nu li-I t < < ..iinniiiii; duty of tho \ i > 5
and <-in. EtlifaiA-On j'l-sterday we had an ilhistratioaof -
tion was written. 1 'it thai 6iiv. Itmwn of tieorpia the &Utlt iis sucli, t.i ( nfiircc the Fugiiive Slave discussed in a spirit of calmness an-1 candor, of the citizen" Jacksonville, without ot the people uii t ; ,KIlitinetion I

lias recommended to the Ix ri>lature of that Law and hence attempt on tin purl of Congress in no other way shall they l lie discussed in theFt : the practical working of the military of psirty. to e-.i i ..
any heM die 17ili itt! J.
distinction of on
Mate the past-lire of a law l-\-j-ing n tax (ii all or editor*. law of this State. party, wa- the country, and puts ->
T \ 1.1. A ii \ s ii: : : declare the States Ia a state of ri-N-1- >>ri Northern gniiil.-.. in order to I mm.; al>out non-in- to of all The 12th regiment. Florida Militia, being ordered M. Daniel, Hsi, wan calli-d to!the Choir, and Wm.Hickman deemed proper in (Ii.- >>. ,

li-r(- Hirse lietweeii them an-l the Xorthem Stiti. lit.ii" that have pt-: .. -d Pi rsonul Lilsrly" acts, We make this remark. for the benefit__ Generals lLq., reque--tetl to act :is Secret-iry. L very ruhLaml it ww ;i ., .
,.... to Jasjr, passed under review of
December 8 I860."SSI 1 al .o MV that Mr. \\ illiauis: ha-i iven notk-e that would bo a uscW waste of (11w-il would 1 hat a V. Garnie 1L M. Seller: J. P. Sanderson. (h-ui. many of the people attei, .
Saturday ) B'orccIlmi loyc l.Greeley Parkhill and Bird with their respective staffs .
E
he will introduce a bill to the saute effect in our worth the linic nt oil oitl itaul pem-niittt-ui. there woii; | |1ihiitctiiig. ,
LiyNkituiv. 1 am in liox| >%. Mxr IIiUtrs.. lh.it i iSMIII iiw-re hntlfuifMlitH.i, m part in the T.'i't'im of the 30th tilL, says: These gentlemen Ix-liave ry g-.dlantly a.itl l lcourtiously Mooncy, Dr. J. Inm-, UrLilt B* w.U-n. J. J. Daniel bv far. i9Uii )<. .,>,,

will not lxdme l as it i Is ;a ;pluiniolati: n of 1 1tlie whlt-U; the at t would! U n rtsn. Congress ith II Snith Carolina -hall IK- left to stand I aim iiie. on the (Nv.ision and gained for thit in- II tl. Jaudon, Capt. L.'Etughtuttsl *'uI.! I,. A.Hanlrt onnty. As it wa. liii-r. v. -

l ltt -r cd'lhe Constitution ; lor it s: ys hut! "nuStite rn'itmof the Stales and is jM.werlos either( todcciar we Ciink she must ultimately icct tic. I let |M-ople, selves friends and warhi admin-rs among *, wen- 1qsi.iti.il l a coinutittrc; l., prepare ng.U

shall without the consent (itS Conjrrfsw, lay ** tin-Mi iii a 4tt'gih rdtellion" or proDOUIKI we an- aware, do not think".-i'; but a amine Stalewill many business for the nM-e ing. who re| >rted :t *?TM-S of was: llw pr n
any iniKt| < or dnti---* on imH| )rts or itjii.Ils.
what inn lie absolute!_* iiie>-:ir)' fi>r eeeutinff do not talk of subduing her ; we only say The exercises of the day clsetl wUh an eloquent r&ohiftiorrtsutiiit'i.1"g Priiilu1 :; ; > igainst each other, thnv.i( : ''i. .
and
its insiection| laws." Now.it i* no artniment their jails and imposing pains penaltk-s on tliat her position as a seceding and fl wt" indeIHiidcul and patriotic sjicw-Ii from Uro. Parkhill. It calling of a State Convention.Tlie hires, sanutiirwanl.. i!, er. r

that IXX-JIUM some of the Northern State their citizens for aiding to enforce the Fugitive, Mate in the (h iirt of a Federal Union brcatl ed the true spirit of liberty and hidcpen- report of tin- Conimitticvusnin>iied byCol. is-ribsus coiiilttiori oh| the i i II

tiiciiIhii. 'anIry. liave niilliliiil the Constitution, that we may do it Slave law i< not mlwlltofi or treason-it is '*ftfn'tfi. will anomalous and untenable. She may > J. P. Santk-rson with an able, |ntri ir und ml now the |..ri.nv >l'a i.u
loo. Lcl observe-the strict Idler oi that insjniimnt d 'lice, and a delenuuaik to maintain( our rights ititmlsts snil feeling, earn. -- -
Mill, iinl I .. fw fri.-iwK I mn- us But it is worse titan rebellion or treiison, maintain it torn liitUwliile, but will ultimately stiiti-slikc adilress and hein tbrn submitu-d to
.1%'. IlUI iii .t 1tli ii.L.t f..r ihv .t1i nf aiKL with it in our hands.1 t u-. 114)Siiiit !ha'- cou-iintim-d( I., return to her normal condition at all liazanls, which met with a hearty rwponae ; ; among ourselves was our .
'M \-'Mf ..t th.' lir-' I.i:tin o f(Vi .ilnr utliran-d In th(- that it fffiU tii oliscrved, and I hat all laws i.ilF liij for the- may justified when Governments of a luenilier of the Confederacy.IJnt and line clu-crs from mail psent.. the vote of the aosctubly.! wa-.amio5vuh| by u n tn- ami x-curily. Lust down n ii.ami -

Mini, Itricmli-. r1ori* Mililw. IChYt'um.Eo. W.to TALAR.tik.- i4 cvM..tivIK n-ix-aUHl that in any W'IMeontlirt with it. If the conic destructive i>f tlw iit bje ts t"r; which they if (the Cotton States generally unite with every d> inn t* and -nhii-.iiistii- vote. j ind logetber in { uxxlv.

ih. ISi -". IJb object .if thai bill i is to prevent Northern jrootlsfn'nn wen* ostaUrJied, but t icing I heir hands against all her in seceding se iitxi.it that liny atmmt I* jinnntf Many |1'eI'-I1z5 have expresstheiusehes-! >- The meeting wx- the largest ever hM ui JacWsoiivilli without iiivi>ii>ti. 'I'.,
; being bn>tight into our market, Ian s4 i* satiticu1 with HM- pn-seivt Mifihiry f4H" of nir liarni'tny. uiilioul eciini' i-,
In i.u1Five .
: cffs.rs to out a plain provision of (the Con **t i i'll < *
-- --. VE rv *uth >rid h. anuouuc.V.. L.. fMilUXNiiTtViitrt.Ullr no 1e'iifl against the adoption hf lh<< method 1 carry Millions of People, more than half of them Stale( and desire its repeal by (he rent Legislature. for political purpiiM-s, cons La ing i4 the _A brave man self|H*se .i ,
"
MA4OK ,
>* *' a randulitr r stitution sinijJy lieranse the duty .f enforcing
r'tawstwl in iiidinner ( ommuuieation, viz: the of the dominant of whom at least I Haifa most intelligent anti influent IIICB of all clashes, Lsdjiurcr n -.ir. i'ul.s-itiiiui. .
R tIb4.d uC ( aairy *tta4tCd h 11w race, ; Hut such expressions come from me.i ignorant
h. r'.t (
at tJiKcli. ttb h.'t. retUtrin| . ls* (*o hiirh on nil imTehantswlio that: mruin-mt-iit is not imposed on them fiytun- Million are able an-l willing to shoulder muskets( anil exhibit the mo-4 t-utiri' tuuuiiiuiry t' tie-! to cdrcailetl. Itiswiw .,
shall sel! Northern giMMLs as 1.. prevtnt their of their own intere-4, and in the majority of nsah-. uha ;'.
wnt f tew, is viol.ilion of faith destitute of all Cilia ncrtr '* X'l'ntn.d irfiiltijlillny\ >iruni) \ .. utWi*<*l t.. i inrf Lht.. II.V.. introduction. If the tav i it. not higli to those to lug Itannony : ii.C.lI. Da Pont
> \ arv f"- TalUhur.K" a so as prevent semblance of excuse. It is saying to the Soul h. ( /_ their oiru Ittirthxtoiu'. 1 f they could be, they iiLslacccs Ironi not subjett military duty. Hi> t ii I' .1
*$ ;\\YNX. t their In-ill old, the pnilit will U- put on the in I (IKlitve .titt-iit-.t.-.t muss meeting uf (hi.tiLuu' ofAlui'hua adtlresM-d( the nut tin jr. in .1 -
avalry. remain force
d' fN 'q.J4)Iz..Mh-r-irt ISrj.'famiit would no longer IN equal hit iiilwrs of the Uni<>u, I think this law ought to ; ;
We will remain in the Union and its ln-n-
il lti 1cti.i.i il j goods in pn>|Niilion to the tax. enjoy but conqtientl dependeiicks. SUJ KISC they could of thosessuVjcct cuiinty was lu-KI on UMT 22d ult.. at vv Inch itI_ -lie c ml attcd with in ,
Hut the ariss h is i the lUnunui far but will observe its L | it u the will of a large majority .
I tin-
not l.t
question IOBERT lie ovtrmliitntutu their military fontdestroyed : Col. J. C. IVlot presided. Major J. U lliiley: acteil
\\ K Mjw tlie oliservanee of the Constitution to IK? made* to that law. .
and brave ,
aryltV.HiiMfit .( General Government attend to them the U-st send nu-iit of fnr |K .i.
aIIh4IAt4 fr M.JOB hat then ? Can to inem-
4 coinpelthem
Jr.. a w
you
_.. ; SUtLI i Usi is. that ciiIi Stateill a Convention and exist its Vice Pre>ulcnt, amid JOM- Valentine a- Sit re- he '
FloridaSTATIC State, .
My teaches thai can could
I f Tavalrr.Khvtnm trtind 1r4Vd. it ean"-a- though in Government like mrs U-rs to Congress? Can you make: them accept History no government enior a sii
way
% 2Ith just. require of their Siiiatnrnizi I IIcpn-scntativeM in Federal Alices? Can j-oii prevent( their tarring or nation maintain their rights for any length of tarA eo'nniittetwas ap(f Stat .' -

Congress to n-fus*' to |KI>S any bill or make: any any law can I U; enforced, without extraordinary and feathering those who do? If not, how idle and the "God of c-ousyting of the fl>I.i\v ing tt'ntit-uiit-n-T, (IK- interrupt! It was x, 'IIIpenihi.nt. ,,
C ON % Vi\TIO for the of the government inconvenience that does have sanction of time, without an appcul to arms
appropriation support not the talk of Mil them !r' [ in its sovereign I i,
(to
Kluing A. J. D.
McDonnell Samuel M
num.of 4AM>ErrtI.
BtAthe- THE Voe r" <*LMfl (ounty a' a raiiduliteforT | a the of the
?) d. to thv Maul oietdIOU to II IwId v' Jt'.uary Constitution. I If the Union is to Ite dissohcd, let obligation (Constitution spirit indoctrinated take courage. Greeley is opposed to coercion 1 ('s.hiiansi CoL L II Davvkia.Tlie resolution and ((British a lcutuiin al*.

it lie done by ( iiIi.rress.V( will, by that meansif : ( : and pervading (the great! mass; of the lie thinks it won't pay. to the safety and pn perity( of our government reported by the ('otiuitittiureuutilitfliuflm(cii tin I were their descvndanto an.IH .

they will not repeal| those laws, burst up the people that lias created (the earnest desire on the .--- -- I as learning, iniltihrjaizil a knowledge of(the arts necessary, could tent I h m ilu -

I: We have: lioen requested to say that there whole concern and throw on them the whole responsibility part of the South to withdraw from the Union, Vermont adheres to ?Viillifici> < ioti.A and sic ytezit. The times, too, demands that we calling of a State ( ,.ummu-nUoui, and wen- adopted enemy.e Aven-hjitllin-! I i.we i.

Church and and make them >>upM] >rt themselves unanimously. During their passage ad4lres them di\ ii< '
'Vv I service in tin- Baptist to-day for it is evident that should pn pare for defence, nail perfectly when its solemn
without lie assistance of the Treasury as bill introduced( into the Vermont Legislature .
public was were made (by T. A. McDonnell, CoL J. II ltwkmns' ntlcntii.n to the consequent.or ( -

,III..IT-IW, :at the tiMial hours. we would have to do if we secede. If we have to compact* are held as nought by the peopleof one during its present session, repealing the >fr irr iJioiltf l r invincible. Major J. II Bailey, Dr. J. M. Valentine, C<>1.' and principle, without w Iii
I don't want to leave them the shadow of a liti.sti lit) the Military Hamilton is all right"OBSERVER.
quit( section it is mere mockery to insist that the > ded.
i eople obnoxious Personal Liberty laws of that State.
: We are under obligations to Col. J. II. Ai.- government. Do you say this can not( lie done? Lcitncr, and Col. J. C. [IVIol, in fiv,>r of the saute The res.>IutU n> were ablv
of the other
who readied here by y *tcrday's cars, forM Let us make tli& 1ii ifl. ant if then the yoKrnnuntrrfii section should cling to the shadow : The Journal nf Cmnmtrre of Saturday last says The Ktxt Floritllin speaking of the foiling saysj Allison.Judge( .

v.s : enforce the laws and the Constitution when the substance is gone. Mr. WEKSTCU that the of the bill after earnest discussion .
tnflL1I of thetUh, from which wecxi *>* to protect on passage .Tlas' .Meeting iu AViUiiIla. -* We rccogni.iamong thfk L\ paper A we ran resort to harsher means. I well said in isi-il- do not hesitate to say and "it tfitit ilfff (meeting the name of scvenil umf the m<*tiiilln an-l eKxjuentlv loth- < <

? i the LIe4 foreign; and Washington new would a-k you, Ms rs. Editors it we are not ina reM-at.| that i it the Northern Statics refuse wilfully 12.1 to 5S Of tin- noting for the re- Oil Wetlnesilay: the 2>itli November a resiMHtable >i>tu>l et.icti..cis.um <>f lit.- e.nmniriu.n wlio try it-lut.Iia-uniViic'-1

.|,\ i.f One lYwMrntV me* agc is also received) irtt-at mcisiuc. Manic nu tile prcM-m existing and nays yeas. ( portion of the citizens of (County of WakulLi have taken their jim,ition firmly nnd untlinchingly. the whole of his lift-, aiul ij.[ .
deliln-rately to carry into effect that of sill the Democratic members (SJ in numlKr -
him ttiI wanl "f tune prevents us giving a laws in some of the Northern States( nullifying part pad w ere without regard to former political opinions and who will never aliundon the glorious -ui>e >lSuithern h,i-rctt 111011 this grountl, Inn 1 il. -
.oni the Fugitive Slave Idiw? Have we done our the Constitution which n-itccts the restoration( of > and 25 Republicans. All the nays, 125, were Rights, lliree cheers fur Alachna thai the time had come t it i

-\ l duty in not requiring of our Senators and Representatives fugitive slaves, (the South should no longer IK Rejiubliuini" assembled ut Capt. I I. I Walker's Still The Big Jngf She is now overilowing with Union.We.

-- in Congress to lake a decided stand On, motion of Major T. F. Swearingen, Capt. call lie attt-r.tion( ot'i .
The Iloi4i Opened. liound tonliscrvcthc compact. A bargain broken Tims one of the nullifying States again proclaims the spirit of enthusiasm! and her i-suns v\ ill! defend i \
it against those States, and declaring: (them in a WILLIAM FISHER, ivies called to the Chair, the good cause, or perish in the attempt.1 tv to the ollichil procetiliiiL* '>t tre
in another ctl1nfl.t on one side is a broken all sides. observe the
'.\ the advcrt'iM-mcnl state of rtl*!2i'Ht, and demanding that they should bargain on to the South that they still not '4>lutk>n.s are coiMt-ived in .1 -!-

,;' (- secu that the Pcnsacola and Gco. Ii. It.n be treated as such? I Has ever such a stand I teen 3. The calling the Convention at so early a day guarantees( of the Constitution.( ( and R. SrENCEit reijuested to act as Secretary. THE iVF.-Ttipit-\Ve have been favored with whit h would characteriz-
last issue which
lute rain since our was much
; ,
1 |I' eli tittallv ttMiiitUlfil to a JUIICINM with the taken ? lias ever oae of our conscrvathc Presidents Ls seized hold of by umttr corresjnindent as the occasion The J ,iraitl, in remarking on this result in a needed. Ice vva: otiserved for (the tir-t time during s-I.i.-ustomt- of the iin; >rtaiU sat.,. .
called the attention of Congress to the fart The chairman in brief able and forcible
Lake (liv. The linJ n-sukr I for some ill-natured( remarks and the imputation ;i manner winter out Fie f the 2.1thinsf.
( Mini! Ilailnw at Vermont, saysNuuthming the r.rt'svnt morning i> The following are the ri--I Itt}
and reeoinnzentletl In-
requested or to
anything
.'.jli:l train will li. rUfl neM Monday. This is done ? Have they oliservcd their xith to sec that of bad motives in the rccmlx-rs ,f the but an earner' and honest disposition explained the object of the meeting to lie for .-Ktxt Floridiiin; :'Zth ult.TIIK the l.ju1A.iiatttt (iituniiui'II- .

; ut in the la' ory .f MiddV Flurida. the laws were enforced and "to preserve and protect I.giilniire. But one thing 'is clear-if delay was to ren-ler justice to the Suit hern States, on the the cople to lake such action( as they in their STKAMKK <5ouiN>x.-Tlin fine stetinu-r meeting:

the Constitution of the United Slates ?" No mivssary to enable Mfn to dispassionately consider part( of the Republican States of (the North, their wisdom might think tK-st, to resist the inauguratioii displayed at her mast-head during her List trip a Whereas (hisTieslit lri -.. |.

TiU.'l-. such has Ix-en done. and people, can sullicv at (this time. Does blue flag, hearing an acfURitcIy delineated representation
< 4.Is <-iillw thing Then I say, let us the press of IJiu-oIn and Ilamlin, who have at the Lite resulted in the ot l
subject triumph
be >
"Incognito" .1
must excepK-d that sentiment( ? We were almost of the Palmetto Tree Niirnioimtcd antI tty
take let prevail persuaded ,
Hinofd in tinlay'ii (his stand. us make this luuiinl and
tk-ki-is an- ann that
,IKtLnv t-Ievatcil I"in
Presidential ilh-ctloii lieen to high and the inauguration ol
dissolve we must, let us tear down the structure from among that number. He docs not need delay that: so manifest: a duty would favorably surrounded by three stars. SUCCC al'eml tin ,

/,-.,". TlM-s a4LeI J l l t.t the list |iuWiotiiioii upon principles pun-ly sectional and hostile good vessel and her jwipuUir and stet-meil Commander the future administration ni .' l

'. ,.fiV..(, 2ijpt a Ltr'e fii-UI from wlm-h to shall lie, opposed to Mti-Ksion until an etfort ism (fort-ing tIme Northern Stales into measures is the I I Republican mind on this subject, but the last to the interest of the Soutli, and that his administration ('apt. Suit _'imhkjnsllsi4.! which well we are the adin avow>hd iK\
is by
flti lo/ rr them into mesisurvs. And by these two days have (brought t.t our notice so much of ought not submitted to by the LAKCK l'ir.szo.-\c are under obligation tim open(
tried, he is "jind ever shall >rove sulivt-rsive not onlv( '-;
IIJ VTI.IX is i4aevI liefcMV iluc pCO- means, and the adopt ion of non-intercourse, I opjioscd to secession. the contrary spirit( I through (the press :inil 1 the |stJ- J. Porter Smith. K.s1.| of Marion county, for a | .
.Tt'n.s! matt-rial
M | Southern >eople.On rights iutcrc-t-s: at.
think it can IK done.I Delay, then, will avail nothing in hi* ca.se.As pit that our hastily: (formed IIOJK-S are u nearly blastit | hntre Slyest Pota.o weighing! six (xKiiuU.-IftvlTIIKJXLE.

lMany, V <(TL presume, Messrs. Editors, that lie culling of a one of the people he has kept himself suHiclently 1. If it is the sctlle-1(( and dcliljerate( purjxtsc of motion of ( o1. W. Anderson, a iommittetof Between 12 and t oVlok tin Stnitheni States, Uii utt. rieittalitv \
I on as indcprndrnl 'ii'
Convention of the of Florida the (political( party of which Mr. Lincoln is now six IK inted the Chair to |
People meets > by
4Mliiil Vol lor I ro'.! leiif.The informed, as lie (thinks, (iiiuhmk him (to (representative t. to maintain, in power, the iipj prcpafbusiness night of the ?id int, (xiys the IVnsacoiii tjttil#' ltwJrimI. Thai we. t lli.: \- ,
txirdwl of Hut
is
I think it
the L te det-tson appnival every man. ; arrive at a jud. uu nl nit u* what Ls Iw-st aiul for tin- action of the uiceting ; vThich motion (). in general m flin_' i' \ <'i>
voteea4 1t Pre4dcn1 ml apparent, from the time apjioinU-d for the election ; snme ultra and sectional attitude which it has asumed -- of the 24th ult.,) our city was visited by A (terriiii .
lumn 64- it not lie safe to conclude hat the of in the ( of political asceud.incy, we was supi>orted by a few remarks congratulating itingers which now thu II nSnitli 1
,..in..unf l oflk-iaJly in mnoiU-r c as of I Delegate* to anil l the usM-mhliirr of that may mats pursuit liuill, which, had it l.istftl ten minutes, Intm-4 do hereby tiiilt'i.i1.'! -
Convention, that the Ix'gislatunwho you say the jx-ople! liave hail\ accesit to the saiue sources can only say. upon (them hue (the rcsfionsihility.Wo the people that we hind met not as a political ;
v
}'imrtntiattslsuwtmir In I l- --l I
have done great tlamage.: on the :dUirof imr mu-
issue await
"prepared for lie and
r .. . . .. . . . : (are tf taking nine-tenth the in advantage favor secession of the pn-st-nt, were'dt-sihuis excited of infanuation aan their part, to determine only our a party. Irti' as one | i>jilito resist aggression (ill its force was *i>ent in less than two minutes. Omof pn-judici, and animiiM-- \

.. IMIDoimUs... . . . . . . . state of the publi<- mind and the prejudices (lithe and just a, ready to pntnounix-judgment The fours'of action. Let Us have the conllirl at our interests. the Ala. and }'la. R IL sheibwas blown down, dL-tracteilourctmiiMl-

.. 2-1 lx* ple in order to secure their df-im! objtvt. If Legiolature might (save calletl the Cotiveution at once, if i it( must ('finhand let us go to the js,i1ili- The Chairman appointed W. U. Ai.ders-, II. doing some slight dama-rc one of the locomotive unite as brethren *>rtli. n..!

flefl. 3.tM >vtT Cell and not, why was not more time given for the election a later !r.kiarklsi V T : With this motion and distinctly *. A frame h<>u!urs4- sit i-n-ction sin Tliat (hzs- elect ion \
(tlio-ie I)ehtrzitet.nniI why was the amendment shall not impeach their motives or make it the j the tittCS. i fairly Ijcwis and J. W. Skipper, said committee, w In* H.ir.niKil H.tmlin t<> i iV I I'
l It.rhix. 3.200.Tinre the 17th of instead of J presented, stripijedof all collateral considerations Roniuna strwt. belonging to Dr. Bn-nihim. was
I coontr.CK appointing January occasion for aj.pcaU to x>pular pn-judkf. TlieConvtntMin in the end Innached. n-tired for a short time, aud after returning, made Pri-idciu-y of Ihe UnitSl 1 .
frmii itnsun dcci-itin
|
} wa.no rrtirrn the wl. for the assembling of the Convention, lust ? ( u correci must blown! tlovvn. Several sinaM Ixmts nsictlsizsutl:
strict l It
; ,,. E. MKE.Fj.E,1). Ei: f Nw flyer You made the announo-mcnt :it'r the result of will a-sscmUc. on the IVI of Jaiuuir} ll* >ritt fa'it tJn .*> rtiniinlinff uu Ito ir the following report : and driven mishism.ruShip John Hancor-k, ills nevertheless luablvtothe grossly vioir u i t i .: >

tlie the PresidentLil i-U-ciion was known that Florida but then- ii nothing in the imdcr which fifi Ivu'Ffl' 11 *. ?/< .', That we ignore all old jwrty ties antI
.. rtertwl a* Mcsscnjrcr to carry m tiny New instniment and in -
.nty. wa t charging R R Imn at the wharf partei imr j.i.i..p
and Kind of(mmdims.
would not cut IOOKIrom her sister StNitinrnSutc ---- + I distinction*, come(together a -
.'
will meet them dccfcire
I, rt'iml) vote to I rejuiring to what course Altolilioiii fliiiiK to our common ( anti the rights her mooring and swung rounil. but sustained indaritag ) n'esiti'mtti'tsytJiwji' i
*. but woul-1 wait for I heir tlehihiirat huts; I but Mliit the they ( pnitect country : j L That wehen-ln( >|. ..1 I
., now the question is f"f d on us. according to Florula will pursue within any given time. They hitit e < aiiie l.Snator of the ittt1LIt4tic4 *-. Brig Robin ilttn'gi-d into liiirfc Jas.: E. crate with onr fellow < M| -

a. Si.n I 4Il roar interpretation: *II 15I'I1 11:1(1 lnot IuVU ilCsflWML InOwCrc Is the necessity for Floritb's U-ing in suh It LS the Wakullo, are willing (to remain in the Union so j
1 It 1 uiirC1 great i |>cr. Sn-t-reign People tliat will hit in intimate counsellors-made a speech a istaineil flu) damage.Tlie may be deemed mo t I (tlf--
wlwrti- haste ? If she wan!< mt UtonLincoln long t's we can have our constitutional righ&and | _
tified the togo
.,ikl liave & Convention and it will be
-.1 t .Inlr larf. vre c jn ; their prerogative "toi "t.itenm (ustluiimil't I riiin
comes in, she has three months to do it.Vtis- few days tt5). in the hearing of the Iresidcnt onr interest lurut( eteit_ and the tiigitivc slave law j Pcnsacoli Triteuf nt the 21th tilt says: administration.4th. .

r ::11)11 the iiUkby rrpuU'uJjin the addnwre- might she not wait for the action of her sisterul- i tomlille out" with callant South C&rolina or re- elect, in which he pointed out what Republicanism strictly ci.forci-d in all the free States, and agitaj | u \ ... hail the pleasure yesterday nwi-ting 1 Ion. Tliat: in onler i- > i '

l< rrttl to In-low. joining SJates. AlalKima and l Gw>rgia. and not ititi'i under the BUck Ilepublicsin yoke, at tin ir lund gained by their recent triumpli. We j tation'of (Ihe slavery nuestion ill ('tmihin-ss tocx-asc, | msluof the Western Circuit Court rttmity ti ml lie httinl m '
have the qui-stion/'T/-/ us without time for In whatever Iui.alii Iiowever without this we are for immediate si cession.I .
Wanted. pleasure. they do instruct ni!,.
i ilature
: the State of Florkli. Tlie Jtulgc is looking we hereby
I
quote of
consultation with them or to dispassionately ( lir*Jrfft, That we view the election Abraham
VCOPY -f MjM<>r John R-anl's AdtlivMtn the the subject ourselves? To mind. Messrs.outsider i whether they submit or resume their sovereignty "Should any republican inquire what has lmr-ii I Lintohi by u purely sectional( party of the North remt-Iy well :ind Ls in fine hetilth. Court IKj. from this cimntv ''x
.t.lttd in lSO. when U my their inthn
live
of H rtida. ; i -Incognito" and ourselves will have to acquiesce gained the triumph of republicanism! I answer. against (Interest( and institutions( ( of the ) to exert t L.-
by -
"it war
' .. .- .i candklaxi- Cn:;r<. .f. Five I> lUrg. will Un Editors the reasons arc evident i is Iwcan-v a a s (itt omtiy next. Judge Finley SJIJTJ tied a State ..iticahile. -
l r. rtU-r )|>y. great many in this State, who think more of or huff. They Mill consume ninny lavs, ititt( Ii. \ have: gained a decision of the 'j South, and should not l submitted to by the pcopic East and Middle Florida are almost imanimou. .
Bft-Iti South Carolina than of the State of their |*ople in favor of a Pacific( railroad-a homestcatl of the Smth.iWmf .
i H.l'-iO. adoption | tloulttk-ss iiiitny wi-eks in arriving at a c tncln- ollu Tliat should th I I.
fi >r sees.M(>ii and separate State ;action, and (hint < '
1wzPv-t! judk-kwis tariff-time admission into the / Tliat in view of the altol'itum spirit of
believe it to lie a settled facl thai she will | j ,
,
nvi-ntii it i-- (In '
>:onbut wlten ihat c-onchision i* n-achcd, it will I Union of Kansas free i1ne-s reform in the the Nortli and the harm that result the Wet into ranks. Old cambi call ao> n. r
( ;i ;tly I.Ei&&i(. secede and they therefore want Florida to tM as a I great may are (tuning : of this etitu .

'I |. (;. \V. T/noit of Jefferson cuiunty and oat with her. S'ow, Mcs-rs. Editors, I am a citizen I 4 end the matter. Wlia.1 that conclusion is likely financial deKirtnieiit of the ( ii mvu-ritint-it---antl, from free negroes amongst us, that we recommend has made the firs exhibition: in the West tin yet. chainnan executive committee flu( nmt i t -

of Florida from choice. I am more attached ti> tie may U-xatht-n-d (nan what the people IwveI men iiiipirtiiut tliitii nfi, the r< riUft f I'ii' {nnjilt- the Ix-gislaturv pass a law fur the selling of all ,
and Ma STATE RKJIITS CWB E.--aimii-Thiis iblknotiif
) W. r OK with 'I'
\l lV.. L. Ktteixsox I fiuvNN > association by |> '
the siwrctof power, and from \\ |hiuim'C decision }'retNtgrmss in our State( and earnestly rezotaI |
tuber than State in the Union anil if shedo I
paid in In all
any primary meetings.
already for the
1..T. GAUKUv. Jr. of Lc-oncjounty, are annoxinci.v secede, 1 want her to do it by the exercise of j her parts there is no iii i ii pil, t/mt t'tt ('nnxtitntum i* imt candidates to -iit 'h.
._. .. r n.rHi < f-r '. ffli* of the State with rare cxc'-puoa's, they liave nri'l -- lnrt rJttMJSIS'/ ik tr'nntitt. A"<* alert Drtil fri.ttJt to negroes hiring their own time tlmt -in | election of the follow ing pcrmiint-nt olFictrs: Co : rcpn-s

( .ivalrj attachcil tothe-Jd 1'n atle.ll -- I. /- ,.r rt* r---- ,._?!:.?. ,,,uy JH. nlir -ly |>rf.-vw \UMt I Iin (_. f. \'Duiitles.muiiiit. ll A. IVii VK-c Pat si sail convention
tlms Cir .ire- lino, who we know lias not remained in the Union > gsa( le #mbmittf t", and it was this egression Suitli Iidates ,
[ <- from choice since the il.nnf her nullification. I that induced the Governor of the State to ill thtir f>ntitHti'itiJil rlJtt Tlc policy nf tlit hereby instructed to support such a law.l 3 dent, C. N. Feunt-ll Secretary. vi-ry intenstinon1
;
>- -ntli- ,
t'r C1sid-GEfl. T. W.un..ar suppose this Convention was called at so early a pn rri-itMSnl:, 'iii <'f M, melt! nof ut in in furor "ffrnrfnta !>'* lreif, That we recommend a State Con veiltion -' pnriumthhecter fn>m Major AVm. II. ('hii.ewas the following g iih a 1

(' .s&-T. K. LKOXACIX |*tiod at the suggestion of our prtyJutir Governor phe y as alleged. If Incognito" is ignorant of and not for the supremacy of slavery, asj to lie called by Legislature now in session, read!, and eloquent and tirring addrexx- R Harris, Esq.. Gen \ i K

'r J4JUr-GEO. W. TxTix, nnd kindred spirits, in order to ttirc the fulfil these i popular expn-ssir.ns he ought not to condemn j hits IKI-II the ctise 1 for the llusi ears. Frt'tdjiiij and that we instruct our Senator and Representative delivi-n-d by Cot IHuckbuni, Senator Mahhurv, A. Davidson.

ment of hi promise and prophecy to South Cant- thers for giving utterance to opinioiIrtsed j lituftforth trill lu f/ic l i iri'ft/u- J'trriforitr, because to vote for the call of such Convention. -- -5-
\v. L. UOBIXSOX, I CoL C. C. Yonge! and Hon. A. E. MaxwelL Th
linn that Florida was with her Now I think the people. In their iuujiitlutre: so ordered and
smi'.uuih iIiuiii.
information All which resolutions rend 4i-i
Oil not jx >ss..-;<-d by UinvelC I ( were separately Mc..tigutmiGo
I IV.. Owvxx. our Governor might verj well IIAVC waited until nithirullrs 1105:; Congresses will hue able (toj President appointed (following gentlemen as a .
..It..I.ll of the sentiment of He should enlarge the field of his vision if he thwart their il ill." and unanimously adopteiL
KOBEKTMBLE.. some expression the jn-oplo j corresjiondinar committee : R I. CampIii-II, Dr. JA. Coi.rMui.\. v :27 m. '
(lie 2ttli io t.At had been made: In-fore he made such a ditlanition would know what i Is going on in (the world. This, (Washington C'umtitntvm is On motion, resolved that lie Secretary of this .
election tiilcw place on says I Brosnaham A. l E. Maxwell; and Jas. Morcm_ message to the I i l.iini.tothecon i I I
and not have taken it for granted that Ncausc ;- meeting lie requested to funiibh the Sentinel and .
4. The is the standard of the with i lcratM ; | -
"complaint"against us groundless. keeping up party a vengcance. -Jack Frost and ice matlc! their > iio -i
It..gintfl I a I I ii1 the few South Can-linians that reside in his MtruliiiH J't'tnnd ro\t\vn\ \ ot the proceedings of I itppcanince aPcnsacola in view of s-cm it>ii. ii i -- .
Ve lave not said that all who do not with All that the South has ever feared-all
portion of the State were with her that all the I agree | on the morning of the 21th ult.
Col J.Jons I I
Florida Militia to h.ive a ilinil tr.i.lf \\ itl.
Th.- Pil Hcphucnt, this meeting for publication. On motion the
nnit-ttrcd in force on rest of the State u ere also lie might, w ith a little us in "f>r mode of resisting Hl.ick Republicanism that the democracy have indicated as the consequences I -i' meeiing of the citizens of l'eituuatimli of tIme the Mate to Iseds-r m ti .-ipr -

WILLIAM c .mmandinjr, more modesty, have said, I will go with you," arc to denounced ns submb*>ionisLi and enemies of Lincoln's election-is here specifically meeting adjourned. a-re of fifty and upwards was held on (lie by givinir gie-trant -ements. <>! "> '

Thursday, anti wa. rt-vicweil by Rrig. Gen. Uiun.Mai and no doubt would have been excused by the the S utli have in WILLIAM FISHER, C7uiiniMH.It. years IJett-rrin to ,,-' t' '
of Florida. to > nor we alleged 'Mint( proclaimed; by one eakiiig confessedly In/half evening of th.- 21st nit at the U. S. court HKHI ]
<>rGra (l.V.. I'AUKHHA was also present people M. SrEM-KR, Srrrriitrjf..Heeling fttlthoriscd by the jMKtiirt '
HiflcR." Lieut. AKCHKK c*.nuu\nd- j And now, Messrs. Editors have a word of- imy titan who accepts the appointment of Post of the President elect. Look at the joints, one ...*----- and formed themselves, into an-Old Men's Stat lint isa nnas (hi- St.iir >.

Tli. Lon ( of the 1 complaint against: you. It is evident, from (the j Master tinder Lincoln will Iw an iucett1innIAt -." after another The Constitution, to licgin witli : in IliimiUoii. Rights Association." Speeches were mnde ansi connection with tinF' '' r

)iits. Oil*. AMAKKK uclins as Ailjutant I tone of last editorials: tluit till who entertain u Union dust of hiseyes is to he '
your i Incognito" wiix.the out interpreted aw not a slavery-extending resolutions passed for the protvcliou* oftheir risht.Mr. oln-y the call sufthus- Slut -
I U- /IIIUltt.t with th- ""TalUlus Giwrd-s" Capt.ilitok ditto-rent opinions from you as to the best mani and read again.3Iany I instrument which is but a mild inshof intimating A meeting( of (citizens of Hamilton count- services. Thsaieuthi, r *
Leon 11ti'.irs." ('n1t.JoIL' BnvivH.UI. i ncr of rv.si4iufJ the aggressions of the Republican ; held at the Court House at Jasper Tuesday RiifniAFiT7. ;KiAi.i>, whom we nit r.ill1.
the was on the
\n: poHttifcistcrs gem
iHirty are to be denounced an *'/ / <* >/ */* and good anti patriotic men think(and among that Mr. van's proposition to reconstruct tioiml in our last as having U-en shot by SIMKOJ.

I.. and thc-Ix mCavalk-M, CapU LEOXAHD.were enemies to the South. You even go so far a.s to : them we class our correspondent() that other rcnutlies (Suptemc Court shall: IK adhered to, as a stepping 20th Noveinler, toil was organizitl by call I S.\NCII:7, of this place, has since di'eil of (lie (unsiiil'arrnmi-.u-ui, iii m i t
and added much to the display. Col. JOHN C. HATEI.KY the Chair and the wound. (Ir. Sanchez made his tal :irrnngeiiiiiri.lie
to and ha
ranks ing
in the that man who accept tho appointment i-i.eliie
sav any ; Ix-sidc-s the extreme one of secession w ill I stone to the application of the Spooncr doctrine suzgests, as a tmi'use '
General nrijradior General and j of" Postmaster under Lincoln will lie incrit- >ointmcnt of AI.KX. BELL as SecrctnrThe -. not Int-n arresteil ui> to this time.--- eitwnxriHIKxpiirh.
The Major nu api Atlatiis' tlns
avail in preserving the South front (the dangers of slave emancipation by writ of 1sflnig.telIFpus. 2IIPi. 30.SKCKSSIOX Epn-x
win* thtir rtatf, in corn j t/iViryand will assist in the circulation ot inffiidi of the that t'i' -
explained '
i'ftlont-l were pwnirt object meeting was, as prolnible, rrniiL'
which threaten her AVe believe That accomplished the Illinois
they arc senator
documents &C. Now all such declarations peace. FJ.AOS Bi.r
C
>iry I A xn K-KA I>ES are very twccn Su mutt hi Carolina -mil I ( I.
I CoL Wm. II. Mitchell to the
plet unifonn.Tlu are very unfair an-l uncharitable, and more cal in error-that their t iews never will and never truly remarks: "no more Dred Scott decisions by get expressionof nnmennis in our comnumity at this time. Flags for a given time, nnlil other(

muster Was Iti ldy creiliUible, in every re- culate"! to frighten (the timid into measures than can lie efficacious in subserving the ends designed will now hits made." Again, what signifies the sentiments of the people in reference to the of various jKittcriiM( artScull floating in the lirti-'M, Siutheni Confitlcnuvhali(

.4xt.. and wa the theme of general admiration. to convince lie reason of sensible men. It i.s election of Abraham Lincoln and Hannitul llamlin all of them having the lone star." As for (lie If the FnU-ral Ii.utu nit,,.
| and therefore that they tend directly to Sul>- saying, "Fret-men, both of the North and Soutli( !
1 1f 1111.1. aildresd the lit-plmwit in roml j Florida at least, is but poor pay, and once was missiou. In our opinion, nothing( short of Secession will hereafter lie protected in all their constitutional States( : one, showing that resistance- LiiK-oIa's rule iiI of scifSriion >>liall hi. .

I and Uiun in th ( of Tallahassee will bring the North to their AH if it be not of the determined Jf ftf. _
j known to go begipng even t city senses. rights, a paraphrase: fully ujKin.- > M>slal ttrraiitfcmru'-' I
I present |
in strains of patriotism in CoL Mitchell introduced the nsolutjous
l liiin-ntary Unuand and d-j you suppose that such men ns its palliating measures, such as remonstrances and threat that abolition emissaries shall operate under following SKKIOCS .tts'iIS.NT.-W'e much regret to lean other uniler Mate niitiis itt \ -

\ i< w of the |v>Iitiral affairs of the country.SIMMII present incumbent, M ho i jm so much interested in warnings by Convention.s and iion-iutercoursp. Federal protection, extended with the pretence of viz.: that n serious accident occurred to the stearner SM Tin- Governor; next -uti-, -

--- the institution slavery and the iuten-sts of the 1. Rrxnlrftl. That the flection of Ahniham Liuroln and ary's, while on her return from Florida to Savannah the introduction uu f slave- Ir.'inieiiilicrs t
w ill l tie idle. We liner tried the fonner and have insuring free speech ? Look still further! The
lor lr-lKlil.*. South, would Ix; mnuenci-d by govennnental patronage : ItHnnilml Ilamlin to JVwi-lmry unit Vieu1'rt.iitcncytur on Saturday night la>t. The stetimer :ucidenUilly of the Jroiithcrntictilarly <
? And! Ix-sidcs great of the been for to policy of the Government will set in in favor the fniu-d Stnlc-4 ouu'lit not to Is Kiihmitto to.
undtTsuntl that the steams-hip Company a majority years endeavoring inaugurate a system amity 3. Rfmlrnl. That we rt-qurst the L-gii.liturt- announce groundeil on or near CumN-rland 1-1 the U rd,T Nat- -

Florida Ports jxwt-offices are kept men-ly for attvMM'xl-ttwH.. of dim-t trade, and what effect has all thus of freedom;" "freedom henceforth will hue the I thin( opinion J>y re>u>Fution at the earliest prartira- 1 and. Cajrf. Frefliorn took with him two negroes keep their slave proi| !% '
h instrutiwl its ajn-nt at all the You the declarations of lie aliolition F iii.! hiuiuiuie itt. anil to r-.nnnmiirate it to our Si-natorx and I .
quote James of J. and that hut- altciiut.their I Icniincipaliuun
produced? Has not fanaticism in the meantime law of (the Territories. Of what construction is pilot. limubsrty| Cunningham, anc ( only
]< 'iitatirr In ConifrenK. and to with the
ofiri'iirht F )r<'H m-opt-rate
lilt in that (lie Suiuthaii't I lie kicked out of j ]
neive nn4lting ppw-k1 payment fanatics
|t. George owned in Brunswick -nto the small lioa( hit' tier! in--
:
of the ilctrr- _
t'ouvention
(iovt-nior in to
in its marcli until it ruleslhe free if these calling a people
language
lie Union. Now, Messrs. Editors( it is tmMatcptmniike gone on to- lay susceptible, phrases mean not '
*. This isa Lard measure to lie resorted to ( very mine on the nuxlc and measure of retire**. for the purl- of placing an anchor to work th confederates. Tin '

like bUt i 14 in jierfect keeping with : to influenced by any su< h motives. States and threatens the South with its power ? that the entire machinery of the General Government 3. Rvwlrtil. That we rc.-piTtnilly n-cinnmrml to the IfCihlaturc steamer off by. Tie! himmaf had not gone far liefor ever, that all tinlav! Sl.it.: -.
in I line this imnu-diale r-.n-iili-nili-.il the
::1 t take- into thur
received by the ieople of Let us go straight furw ard m tho discharge If there is any hesitation visible as to iu future Ls to lie employed to crush out the slave pa- a-rtr ut<>m-h laws a-u wilt he likely to alleviate any nnuiiuil it was swamped, and the negrocHiInivvnetL ('alit.I t-rn nreder.icy.!

tn-.itment p-nerally | of our duty( and we can show them their lollybhort determinations, what has caused the halting ? Ls States-first, by robbing them of their inheritance fnibumwi'nifut of the commrtrial Int-re.bu i.f the I F. saved himself by swimming to the steamer. lieamlsiscslieh.a--.s: _m..I't'"
Fit irida fnmi that Company. It is a fltrflOl.ily in of sect-ssion. F Mate r >n -qiwnt upon the present political rmtrnoy. J -
nliou We lave long had it in I am sorry, Messrs. Editors. (that we have toditfer. it through fear of non-intercourse through reI in the Territories, next(, by undermining every 4. Rrr>lrr iinio4 ( urnse. In the harltor Jacksonville
take Immediate auize and -
tnrc to eU-p* to or arni the on Wednestla.
iierrliani the I have"bad great confidence in your judgment slKt (( proiMiscd remonstrances? Nay, is it not guarantee( afforded to them by (Constitution ? r<>n-cftnftli Stale. enforcement f.f(the law r. I ..
iitiiipl4tioit to urge njwm our as to what was lies! for the country, and That DTommcnd to the citizens of night, 28th ult., the s<-hr. J. Learning, Nichola.Lipsiri .-
alone through ftar f fSrceiafan t If then, the Nor let us forget that these intimations proceed 5. llMJrt we Hamilton The iiiiKiruintv| Iu the liusiiuwH of Middle Florida of under your teachings have learned many useful* county In rath Di.-tr'u-t to form thrnwlvr (inttrompauius masier, ii:; tons burden clean-d (for Ne\ i.Iiiiii in seifling Mr. SImm
mere apprehension of the Cotton( States weeding direct( from Mr. Lincoln-that he had! been for I of Minnto Men. I'atols or (.inanl*, ai* llxiriinnibtT
I
l-.m-liiMns or hiring a rrojH-ller to put in the lessons, but in this contest must honestly differ York took tin* the mitlitM1 Land his Ciiliire to i.Iit-lin u-uiiuI p''i
!) may justify, to keep down Inti-mul in urrwli-.n, ( muse not was totally
with I look upon| the breaking up of this j causes inaticlsm to falter what might we not expect days counselling with Trumbull with regard to aid ii cimntii-K and Stntc in ML- '
tiu.ll Isiween SL Marks and New Orleans, and you. and to onr >t together
Union" too wrious a matter(( to be hastily done, | from the event actually taking place ? Thus this speech, and that its every averment as really that may arimB. ( -. cargo lint all l lii us-'>f<"'" '
\\ I. hope the day i is nol far distant when we sliall I much that (the Legislature had KtJrtt, That copies of the forecoins: recohitiond he of some 252 blcl. turpi>ntine( and rtyt bbls. sjiys -
and
regret try we would show to (those who differ with us that belongs to Mr. Lincoln as though he had uttered cent without delay to our Senator and Kt-pn-wntatiTe In the Southern Sltts! jim lo-t. s' /

li.iour own vesml, and \# no lon rr nlje1eil l lt" not given us more time to reason together.( Along Sect-scion Is the best remedy, but we would not it publicly with his own lips. the General A wmny] of the State who are hereby r<- rosin, just shipped by Messrs. Dnike & ('o., of course It-tllo South Car'1' '

ih eapru-es and tyranny of thl indolent moll as we can honorably remain in the Union qnt-ftcd to lay thorn IxTorv the Houtieii of which thi-; are that place. The conflagration of(the inflammatorcargf ( : her Immrr, inlcr >t and .!- >
I think we had; I In-tter do it. Until that tune di wn denouiut- them as "(iteitlies to the South" if they reiTx-ctively mi-inbviT. neither to (tinri"lit n-.r t. ''

,i' eririi. come, I Par. in the language of WchMcr, \VhieitI j fill to agree w ith us. If they prevail, a.s we STHESCITJI OK OUK BASKS.-The suspension( of After reuling the above resolutions, the meeting funned for some twenty-four hours a vivii forward to tin- s-sqiittimic i1 -

mtK-li mvcnk-ntv U likely to 1ioexi> | my cy -s shall l e turned for the lat lime to N-- j think, Florida sqbujis, inevitably ; if they do notIirt..ai all our Banks Thursday measure of mere policy was addressed by CV 1. Wm. II. Mitchell, J picture. Tlie crrrgo: was in un-d but the vosc It i is ton Intt now ii) i' -

.-,! thin this extraordinary ntuireiuent thena hold the sun in the heavenmay I not M-C him j was HOI.At Srtilli ( '
and not of the theme of and Alex. Bell. The confen-nce uikl irin
Florida will mrttlt licyoiid the shadow ofa necessity-was general W. CulpcpiKT, I'sq.i Capt ,
hand. The steamship FixmiDA, shining on the broken and dishonored fragments( j jof ,
.
!i- remwly at a meeting( of the Jacksonville Light Infantry sslfriscstsi| entmani
Union." INCOGNITO. doubt. The question Ls therefore Submission congratulation( among our business community. resolutions were then scjiaratcly read, and cash
a once glorious "
continuance 'I l
7I I>< I tons IturtlM-n. plie n-gularly ln-twera Ajcdalii As instance of the on Thursday evening, 20th) tilt, the following to < InI'-
an ( soundness of
perfect our adopted.
unanimously
or Sece.- ion. There 15 not and cannot !hitS, in our Tin (itvrnn r mlert.iiii-' '
la and New Orleans. We lunc reason to 1. Our correspondent misapprehends the recommendation
( > judgment, middle ground"Incognito" Charleston Banks, we append the statement of The following resolution was then onVrcd by among other resolutions wa: adopted :- but (that Georjrw, Al.il'uin: -

!Mic\e that on the assurance of guaranteed of (; -v. Brown of Georgia, as well any one of them- -the Union Bank-at the close ofyesterday's Capt. A. Bell and adopted( : 7i WftY/1,That we hereby tender our services as Texas nnd ArV-insjis ut -'< '' tt''

triitlits, that ves1 will make a monthly trip from as the proposition of Mr. Williams in our Legi la ( thinks it is not very statesman operations: KrMilrttt. That it I* the opinion of omit meeting; that the a corps to the Governor of(the State Floridi in F South Carolina, :tntltlii': '' '

N Marks IAus: M.V if omethin cannot lie I ture. They did not propose to lay "any impost( like" to influenced by the opinion proclaimed Federal Court officer of Florida. toit: the Jmfam and vindication of the rights, the honor and the sovereignty will eventually( csiiiihili| l t> i
Kxchan-rc-Sterllnsr .? 19.450.35Exchange Mairhnls"cn 'ht to rei"iin and unle a they do so of their own of the State at hour kn. .
upon or place that it Is to
tow it lint any gratifying
dune. Tlie Fl irida i is (liillVOWnelj in Apalachi'riuuiKs or duties oil iinjxirt.s or exjxtrts" whatever. That by the Black Republicans, : ( the -North'n (due within SO day). .T'l ,:Hil3 accord that they umuh( to he ru-quested hy the people to where these be invaded and ( I I. "

is the province of (\iiiire'i iu the |iassago of ta- South cannot l>e kicked out of the Union." Hut Coin Exchange.-South'n (due withiu 30 day). 181,774.25Italaace 2ttV.XB..tt( do so at an early day. request a prominent may place in; the picture"we earnestly when F unteert should lie from n (all-nlT tinN.n'li, w "

rUT laws, and cm only IK done by tho States with supix>sc it is that opinion which induces the fanatics due by City liiuks. 4 ,512.!*) On motion, a Chairman of a Vigilance Committee I the Imttles of her liberties are to 1>e tought Northern States to rfpi: I I'

iv ing l'roclaniiilioii.ThunHlay the consent ol Congress. Rut they proposed to to press on in their crusade of hostility-is i it Circulation Il7ti! i.l)0) ( was appointed in each District of the county This corps Is commanded by Dr. Holmes Steele are tifSuuthi Carolina, mi.i -: :

to teach them their t Seward l.t.po.iim -- - - - - - - - as follows: For the 1st District, George S. lie coucludes hi nw.-..
: the 20th ult., was ol ?erved sa a day tax Northern gtxxU ofttr hey shall have been not very projx-T error Charleston MtrruryAr.. 1.MESSUA -The Thomosville (Go.) llff*>rUr learns that ln-1'wve tluf.sion '
in New York.On would has declared that the integrity of the Union Jennings; for the 2(1 District( Thomas Knight ; Drew for whom there mil myself
(it( Tlianlvs5vin and Prayer brought inio the State, precisely as you was wich a large rewanoffered ail attempt will btIM i-

the 2 1th, Mayor W oo4 iSsued the customary tax n negro, "or an ox, or an ass," or any thing is essential to the accomplishment of Altolition EDITORS:-Please insert the names of for the 3d District, Absalom: S. Smith ; for the 4th indicted for the killing of W. Ii Tooke, the ailministnitton 'ii-

1nMl tI 3flfl, which we extract as a "liteniry (IS'. Such a tax is perfectly legitimate, and may purposes- -shall we tell him that we will allow the following gentlemen us proper and reliable District, Crawford Parrish. has l-ecn acquitted by a jury of Madison county. after her secession |lv n I l-: -...- '
be led like lamlis to the On motion, it was harbor dc-ffnci-s or int'-rf' r
"* ourselves to slaughter
*-uri !.ity: be rightfully imposed, unless there is some provision by men to l>e sent to lie State Convention to assemble -
lsutifmW.akan. w : i
the Union ? If it is through the JlcfoirKl That the proceeding! of this meeting he wntto The Chicago Heimxrat, one of LINCOLN'S chief F exptirts;
"MxYOii'sOmrE, t in the State Constitution v Inch prohibits, never giving up in Tallahassee January 3d: one of the papen> at Tallahawe for imhiiration.. and sue, and meet it as bcJIK -'

NEW YORK, Nor. 24, 1SCO. ) and If there is, it is the right of the people to remove forms of he Union that Black Republicanism J. WAYLES BAKER JOHN BEARD that other paper in the State he reqacrto l to ropy. organs at home, says : who infinitely prefer anuilii-1 t ''-

Pitox-LAMATiox. accordance with custom the prohibition.( A State may impose a projxisvs to wind its coils around the Soutli, encouraged The meeting then adjourned. Trying l>t Friyfttcn Linfulit.'-Tim whole stampede .

and tin.nx.lain:!',ion of the (Jovcnior of the article within its limits for thereto by Union-shriekers scattered JAS. II. RANDOLPH, W. G. JL DAVIS, JOHN C. HATELEY, Chairman.ALEX. at the South is cot up on purpose to make Italahii this- it-i.

Stall-, it as Mayor to recommend tax on any brought JOSEPH CIIAIRES SK.MAXY. Lincoln turn his back the which
lieeoniesmy duty, upon| principle :.
BKLI l -
Secretary.ISaiikM An iiuiueni -
the devoted section is it"statesman- > cniw --i.>
to the people of this"city, the obrrancc of sale which is not the growth or manufacture ot through VOTEK&EDITOKS elected him. Cannot the South see tliat the days

TliurMlsv the 2'.nh in-t-, as a"day of 'Thanksgiv its own people. This it may.do on the Rime like" to bo uninfluenced by the threatened destruction of slavery are nunitcrcd and that no Lincoln can of the ICth in -t, colli '. '! > -'

ing and 1'rayer.VkfM .' principle that "tariffs for protection'( are framed heralded by the expressed opinion that FJX>RJDIAX:-You will oblige iu Au iiMtn. stay the hat of the people against it? Any attempt tim: te l at .7,000 to 7fOi> P1 ''

\ iii iMt/jiHtyiiuitt t/it f ouiitrp,ililter in its home I the South will not withdraw her neck from the many These Banks all suspended the payment of?iecic on (lie part Lincoln to favor the Soutli, as touching hoisting of the si-cvss"U: (1.' I '
]if4ittra{ fniiMfrri vrfnanfitil iprrt prcHiit* nofutiHrt -the encouragement of induftry. friends by inserting the following ticket for the on Monday last the institution slavery, would only make th' r -

for vhifh tee tJttfitld U UtanlfuL, we areS 2. The plan of instructing our Senators and stroke* We tell our correspondent that it is the State Convention. They arc all trustworthy gentlemen ... Northern people still more excited against the i After U ;wo. swung to

yd tailed upon| by every consideration stlf-prc- ItepresenUtires in Congress to refuse to pass any Union-savers who create the opinion among the having the full confidence of the people NEW llEPfBLICXS IS THE AVEST.-A WaohJlg- institution. fired, mid the crowd iI.i 1
cr\-ation to oflV-r to the Father of all mercies lie South be kicked confidence in the hearth ai-- t
up Abolitionists( that ( cannot
devout and fervent for His interposition bill or make any appropriation for the support of ; of the county, and will serve if it Ls the desire of ton despatch in the New York Times has the, following ) of Ilet-tora. .
frclIon
prayer Union cession sentiment in-mr ni.
and protection from the impending evils which the Government" vill not wi-. The House ia out of the Union. They point to every their fellow-citizens: with reference to movements said to be The Legislature, in joint session, on Thursday,

threaten our institutions and the national interest composed of 237 members, of which 90 are from demonstration South as proof that the "disunion- JOHN"BEARD, J. WAYLES BAKER, on foot in Texas and the Pacific States and Territories elected the Breckinridge. Electoral Ticket, with The Itible iiijolii-! ...i nlr<

or the people. the S utli. If the Representatives from the South, ku" are in a minority, and this gives them increased JAMES KIRKSEY, JNO. S. MAXWELL, : the exception Judge McDonald, declining on sal I I Isui i-i--

Therefore, acknowledging our dependence on confidence that there is no danger of interruption of ill-health and in lieu of whom Hon.A. '
therefore all to withdraw there would still account Titt !'}
were
God and deeply sensible of our own W. O. M. DAVIS Private advices of reliable character from Texas In the first Epistle to
unworthinens Almighty let, the day FCt apart as Thanksgiving remain a quorum to do business. The same is to their fill designs. Grecley says ---- ..-- state that the Lone Star flag will l>e again rear IL ColquH was elected. The highest vote Paul hay down the duty of*i ry..'
the ticket 173 the Bell .
be otiKTved by the people of this city as one true of the Senate. Of the GG Senators, only 30 "the Union has many warm friends" hi the Cot 31sasits. EDITORS:-Please announce the following ed there, and that Texas will organize a Government 64 on Breckinridge the 9. Mufon was on Def. 1. servants, and adds, tintin;
-on Douglas Teleyraph '
of humiliation omitting in and takes from the reflection. for herself One Union having failed, she teach. lfany nt-tn !**.> "'
and supplication-not from time Soutlu It is evident from this that ton States, courage distinguished' citizens as Delegates to the
arc f'r
will not risk herself to the second. Her .- -- not to wholesome onls, -
our prayers the) rrj>rexu>n In
Incognito
vita hate, in riofafon of the Fedtntl rompatt, vnpalrioti the South is powerless in Congress to effect any "publishing State Convention: Representatives now here rather favor the idea, Teuneaimec. Lord Jesus Christ, and to ('It I'l -.-. .

My and UMnvly injlictel thee iiyuru$ good by the course suggested, and it should, we have done so through personal regard rI-5tBM.tSSLOl TICKET. should dissolution take place. NASHVILLE, Saturday, Nov. 2-L---A call upon aeconune to Godliness, hit l< f- '

vpon Va, may U the otdy *nffirert by thtir oirnwicJaedMti thercforfe, be abandoned aa futile Nor is it in for the writer, and with the hope that lie would Senator Latham having arrived, the Pacific the Governor has been published, asking him to nothing but doting alxwt qut"t't

and folly.L. the Bee cause to continue to have faith in our "teach J. WAYLES BAKER, JOHN BEARD, Representatives arc to hold a meeting, with a convene the Legislature tfl provide for a confer words, thereof evmetA tnfjt, : -
nullifying
[ 8.] Given under my hand, and seal, the I the power of Congress to force of W. G. M. DAVIS, FRANCIS EPPES, view to issuing a Joint address to their constituents ence by Convention with the Southern States. .urmuingprrerr* diaps4M" t'J k'a

day and year aforesaid. I States to repeal their obnoxious legislation. Congress ings. But the courtesy access to our columns JOHN STEPHEN MAXWELL urging a aeperate Confederacy, including John Bell, by request, l ia preparing for publication mind, a4deatuh of th* tr*!*, aU11.

FERNANDO WOOD, Maypr." I cannot legislate on the local concerns of a must cease if the writer expects to indulge in ad- California, .Oregon, Washington, Utah and New an expote of his views upon the present crisis. in Godliness From uca withdraW

,. (ii nreiIa1j5ieJi 5.5 MAST:VOTEBS. .Mevco. It ia to be published on Monday or Tuesdai 'erees 4and&)



I :; -n L1nflcftt Itt1il.1( m I*. their Miiis'> iMih! tin ( tvtption Otil l ( lion A\ in'_ \\ ere UI even mstinet lid Lnn \\ hiiml OPENING OF THE STATE (iI'1'LORIIA. M. LIVELY ,

8u >|>ortirs of IVll) and Exinti, and is hostih' toniilhtuation

Tile rn i\ij (. 1 iiy and \\'thster -

.,. 4 ti T 1 I im M trwt xxerc. Your readers e.an, then lore, judge AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WHOLESALE
I' from 'tSls iitislo>i.NT x\hit Southtrn Demoenits x\ould make ot (lie
I ;FLij7vo.; .. J)ff 3 -Mattrra here arc l* rinnmj Kimi (1tlVSIioIl.
I < l It > XTTOltM-Y -

S .1 lM i> II I M F Wit.l jA (kktth 10 wi ar t4 a i&MHnx tht
\ t I44LAW.1'4( IVIiM.k
I l -
weIT cesjsion.. Tin greatly surprises the Al*>liti<>nists. I). McNrill TlUNtK 1). l), ,. UKlrrtl
S \ Mt->KAt.l1 I'I.4 fm. i-huiiY
\\Iiot-\jMttiil to find SiHith CXin>liiu nlontTht j S \ \ and after Mimiliy, I Dt CEMBEK 10th, isO), m M >. ,
.5 4.4.! i&1-r--JKXF HXXI1*, ?ijdruin llmrch \l litionisis bane tkt-idi-d tnimke no com I \J Pasen.ir Train e n tl e TAI,mi *SSEE and PEt-

pnnnis Unt l..1.1 ihm= I hlk< their ooursiTlie .ilr. Tjmn ('uxrty. 1-lor.1o, |I tuioi_x A. Ii7ou; ;ix it thJ11I.tlII will run is fellows! ooLIM U ot JLOKIDA ,

S S >. Mdlnfelit.-TIN IV.K siti-s$iim ot H miinlK ..1 I 11C Nmthern dil Al a tmttii lu Id at the <1uinh. No.tabcr isth 1'dI, S LI-IXI Liki ( itx im A M
- - - - of the
S, IX 111 II I* Mt >VtT, lit.lt 4 Cations arflUlLT(41 I to lake pint within twtnTT It.-\, '.C. I II. eraiw in th ( hair ( ..1. XlUmu. J. IL \rrni it TilSaha.-M.i - - - 1-W) For a Convention People.

i-l.ltjUoli.il sight tM a MJKllil a lb. trlw4. MU<-H. I.-I, Via, L, IU\t F>q.. and (..l. XX ui. U Ltaxe T-HJi Me - - - - 1-1 > P, M-

i& lit! OM 14-HHl, <1.ul Ikit IL.'S. Tlu itr.-kiurih'I md Kint. Chili of this -jl- It.itul.tmere aiiH>im, I Iv the fillouin,.' (ut. wliiiii I- .i tnu.

f'4 I (A. jf / tl lnr* tt 4.1..4RtIk lhi&tlfl'lILl t.-lIi.rhlI. with iln itii-laration In i. .- |,rrr lun of rr;:drd 11 it- Lt'e JKI tr, B d at a im etiui; '' li-axeM Mario'-------------------- :A "" \ \ anieorreet ( Oily of (trir.ntI act on tii'!! hit

tk44thI I'nx.U-ni l'I1-.ilh9Il ti it tin LIli.I1l is M in t mlInf4ili IxhlnntlieCilorik-cciulHT. thi K< v. IL II Lackey in UKt I Vmxeat Tah1aassee--------------. .5* it) Ihel ulTue of thr Set-ritirx of Mate.it i* made the

"4 r. NUtlliinlX nt Iktu h inan. in th I44C, ti'.tsxtns : haIr. nuuk the f,lluwiiij report : '4 I Leave Tallahassee------------------Lake Cil 110018onlir flOVmxeat ilmx' of the C,,vt fl1III (I) is ui hi" i.rot.lauiation fur Tallahassee Florida
) - - - - onviruilou of the Pet, ,
SI 11a4 .lriui-lJrswri.1, I nmnd i 4l1't44 tv|. MC\EIIX TUESEK. D D., tin mi; all let-turn of Dilnritit to n -
< Ho Tr.tiu : s .mble lu tin ut x nt Tatiaiassee! on Thenix -
.4 <.n tin tunik < '441.U'4 41 p. i ixt a ith t-mtaent and uiiifonu )uace KUI.-.1 1.14' tI a 1C r.FN> K\LLT. TilT IFF
iv'itTi civi aa our PTRONNP TIlE PI BI.
li-ut Mont 11, J4444 A, M awl4.V VI I, '. iht third dix i f.I iniiin. \, \>. 1N.Il ; n.arr'r Tl> IVTdPM HIS FIUFNDs
(, !e. >l dull iiK.< Intxx. iiIn ; r ill l 14.' Plp4Itv I fur i:<-:\rih'ii \,'arh' txi t-jfl4. HI >- J -Ill nild IM l.ninil in J tor-t 1'I I
tIII Mt $fi it-r.--iv n in Ur Pro- It t it
V urti
1 t4,11..t (' -- i < a.lIb ;- .\-ni t- III hiititI-! ., 11 -- -- -iil I.-rehre_ lIt x r1 u .1 t 4 th. .444 U nt .t4ti 1 in ItO' I Iiv L mm r -ti\m' his Ir dl) uqIiy( | v' lm lnoui] nsi-s i\trx a
S uji Ui.w k lI'6 'iilx d.h. -- .. il !t'I-11l i 4' iMinn.- hitiK afiirii- n-ailmj \-i'1-I.-,. ,,riJ( d, to a mon CTInd. 1111 *f u 'uu! <>"-a ) -Milan, l.LSItli-l >N >- I lEItl. doxrrn r nml STORE.Hi
( it Like lIly Trains tb- t DRUG AND CHEMICAL .
'(ltiiCti111 wit un ntral
.|iH>lirti filth( xHlrIIKilMHItiil aihi! IM! <. to>. h\ t114rv UK n 4 Ito lut\ hitlHrtoUsii G'rtr |u.ttmJ tu r<- of AU>rv ihc I'hun-li. lu South i.nrfiua .. C i't.rtt1111 h.rtI: ir.iftliat u, I Il--Li. u lirlKU'-
lUiiriMiU t.r 4aek>< null< and Kntaiulnii: n il 414 .41(11| ntill 1wuld I 1'w a*
a
% but M x cnh14L.rqt1t.- tin l're1d.nt'1.Inlw.4 fruniilsTl -- .-. tliniMtubii-..i.f t2is I liurrh aud e'u rc iakm.boiiirtdaud aililI 44v41 S toMij lonxtntion IH hi Id it tin mtrtl pn stock has been oi-Twti with tin /n-ati t:in and tnii atimlioii to puritx
und
.U .il. Mlffe w.th. oulkittiinii $ I M Marks wit! $1044C lu mij fr-'ta Nelu.rt( : '.11(14. the MTiralromitn- (1.1Ia1e, on Js\T can %wne.I.PIty !M> bv_ :iny siunlar ('i'-t.tliSilhtiefli in iIIriia, or sutli ot M i-wm and Dison hue
1I t olilIIK ru-tn (urn bt4en. an wrinsriith ltes'ed tci hi jtt-iHtice ItfltbnXst Vf. Ukin/ I I Ilu line of VLul Sti-amers lttwien New trleaiis, UiyIKI i in

5' 5 .- r p w's1s <4 oiiirx < in Ui < i' li UK'S. 84111 l sn\ui.r( lodtx :M. S.IIIH si-In-UKtosjt |'l i-urin udriiv a jn- t Irilmtt to cxtranrdiiurv U!- \\ iiidtulM_ and IIIIIrtlndiallI.p iiit ''u ihi Unit. I.DU.! TIlE TWENTi-Et4.N1) DU OF l JCtMULK Physicians' Prescriptions
_\, I D. INrfi ind tin JinUii'r.il! -.it,
S S i > itlMT |* int :nn l in tin th I IIHii. _t ('n4Itt-ntx-otlla rntonMsol .iearv.inita.4 'ill dii OHHiir In the fullomiue n-rtr un tin-ir w:ix tn K< x Ve-I t. MI tin I l'.i lli uul "ill Ii rilot trim d to ill-jll'tt..r-- t.iumili.it ttuuiMiuiMlid wilhe-in ,md in itnt'
,, n 4t i In F.ilmil ortktrs 1 li< N-n;itt' mil Ilonsi hod Ut n il3ed fir to- lntt.ni.! : .-it-lt nunHi_ itiil] lo V 4 4 irk lilt, on til.i'ti.1 :uullieii art heftIly s-iul eletliou tn tt,r III 4(1111011,1 I Ii |itiind iniki thi FrI urtltlt-? : Furopi: and American Driu'H and ( hii-nlical'-i, i'ahiilOils, t'fr.ulspit4ne| BurnlnsHoM

-. Mir-JidK Dimif .Vn *rin III 'lit ; lillt s IIIr. Turoir bi MunuLw.lv I turn- thereof in the mini in inn-r II' i* now | rpilutl MmlM-tov < LlCnts, tne Lnghti C41Stor Oil, far tainily uic. Ptrtuiutr). Poiojiltr' lonil Urusl nil
m UK $fitv, SHI, f arV- -lv aol I nttifu'.lT tk-clan the wlmte \\ Sti;innr Jad.1i on -tinilix, then will U )L LI\ !FI.Y I
or '-It
? lIf &sinnlor CnttnuUn_ ('llnsinatitflVfl nniniHJ t>f I' -:- ly law tor tltt'tjIOlIf.r lllIliIIt'rn Ilithe (..rntlal ottirr tmVt atik-l.-n, A i.
ia.l.| aunt tnt- lliat tit-l 1 li,- bits nut titli-d Imrarth Train fnuii Tallaiiiss tI M. M,irk olUi) -rwith. -
1114.r lO att1lt tilt' c to .tfhitk. T.ILIIHnI'I. Flaitirlu. KtolH-r I:; ISo, WXEV
tt.lte. ,
11lid |MMtlOtlN .lesI4ir ol (1w I ltst ing.-C/oirl.- .VerruryYV AsCtlIly
nvm ,, .' will U Trim MindaxC _
S li iiiU-nit au 1 *AII ICM m<* in*>truti i.ui w' hat<' dirittilIiftiii2in ri uo run mi
N aiki4tt or U -'- -
| lit fn m lin* I iae.d .xpoi'itiiiufaiid lonilileapliijiliiiiiii T U &11 \NWit.iat' '
S. tw'4vM44s1lnIlurh4n.m4r1' of DIMIIC truth, ham, anil can itl tu IK ntlixr tin Teat ff.tlof
J'r.-ihy1. | uinriiitilldfllt.Dt I
itMi4kMis which max tn i. Lf>Jc'I. That wlill-t in .'etl! lutiTnnirm lie hanr''r '*, I'iit 'AZ I the Mite ot } ilIriLL). D,,ne at the Capitol, : \ GOODS )LaOOts\\ !
.X *HIM;TON, OK .S -Tht nrimipil pnjviri- I j nmiiifiT-ti-d (iHiimm(latU oiirtivx with oh.T hl-hl I in the fit* ofTalLt'iicct.tliN : Hh ilix of \i>-
S i.js(4.! ;. are irrtouel .. U tion coniaimtlln the Tnhltnt *. .iw.trt rtitinI I Ilo I ar'Iallie iinnlitiinollnn- trAiir-i 1n-< !itiml, |i-ijnrs at Lake ('ity, Monti I enatwrISlO. M lElttY.uVernIIr .
V. tw-' Ill'a ikMiiit mid ear.w'-t i tt'Uo aud Quiin- i Ii a"e tt>j'_xlllt.tiij -.
11 of
tin-pretKitt, fioIitHitl tnmliifs! is for tin House 1 j jto ( Hornlu F01I THKrs
:. '' i 1 1 ( t nut i4 quit* ill 144-4L4V.-_ a > a M lii-t i-onimittii of nnmlurs from 1. JrMjirt TlnturlnM n.lu<1 UitK ai<|Uii ix-d in thi.luii Attest : F L. \'ILLEl'IUE; 'i ntar> of btatiIn .
,i I I- liouximkl iffcrt*. will! I. | jMiit ( ;:t'o I his full if Ulitir a'ul .Io-.lv regent thi orpara A. (iull < iiurnl Il.iiUICo.itl.
eiHi Msiti in llu I'liinn_ for tin pur'Htst ofdrinjin. lion. nid! ill Uu r.-\ jew f oirli-nwilt na I LCIIVC Six tinuh 9.I A. M. I Provide < ( outrntloiiol TT'
1 n 'x.turtl.ix ml - - - - - Act to br nlllnjra
S 11 -ant ti-nimf hi .tv iMtliumtrkwl as it wa by tin
.: :tWU.! Sit'a| eotnproiiM'H Ixtxxitn tlu* .\rnxe :11 VaI.1a-ta------------------ P. VIU the IVoile of tile Slate ol I'lurltla.teTloN .
:
1. S i i Mr* a ntitMtk rnltli purttoniiMiHTalnm i-xliilnlii.ii 'II HUH.min'< H|hi.-i, a.to-n th i-it'y<,!l.ii nun-
txo x* t. us of lht I flfllI! niliman nd tUi .:ixiallM. !) A. M S. ,, 11 IFALL INTER !
S < iif Hir n lntmnN i I-tsr. tin I irii'lian i'< tuinplarv 111171 nI - - - - - 1 I. Lt it tutu! tlljtlt .itr un.l HIT Jf

hil hx iftcrtta' IVnixuu MintliMiussal I tMilrxt Itn atipj irihi-, \i.r.-t-.iiI.in' I In fur Arrive itMxannih- - - - -l .to P M h, I I.O.'IIIIt.I-Iu 1IlSIlII l J lliHH (.ntlll .ItmU '
l ::5 1'olilii *Iecling in Ilo-lon. Tl.i--. ni -licit thi ."vmtltin Jr4Si/i'Ii414 :mil Tatl.ito-eu-,' juj*'nf < Tin frnn arruiniiat Saxannah at l.'W ( ,(1i111'1-< !, f, > '> IK *. nt 1.-tier ., ,
a to 1Ib-lIN. IVi.. .1 -Tin .iliohtionistii nftlut itxilltd < r'( l.titatl.n with tlu Train nn tin C R. K, thltrtoIl{ at I.J) PM Male of lorid.i is hi nix ordainidto IH u>.'inbhtl
ail lid
'V I iiiiiuin >Ut l '
tltiuanilmsr l
vi r ithtlrauI > |
< i < a nietttn.. t..L& for till HUT"** ofpixinMsnTH I!. II l.F'KEY.Florida t Ikiimiin .. diT.I( and 11,10 l P VI., (nijit.) in the city (itt lillihu- on Thursilix the AT
in I F :- xx t .1 im n 411J44111a11| tliwLri Tin In-dull( i Ill thin riKi.1 i is irnn-jed MI :in to ti nniit third iliv of Janu.irxnno Doiuini one 4111141-
IIIJohn Hrwui Tin
-.1,1-S 1 Ins ffotTiuutiii in a Utter at- 10 tht im niorx I xxithtln Pell A. fiwi, i>vStiji Iriun VIuh i nioVuld I kind: eight hundred and M\tx-on, for tin itirIlIlle j -

I niimi-1% hoxxt xi r .oulnunilit them, and xotod Royal Arch Chapter No. 1. .'ti. lliunlx (tIll itiutc |IIMI n erli"ixin tin, | ol liking lonsidiration the d.iugers 11111duit '-

ii'i' : portion <>f the Mmage: of G x tin m 4iPWfl. III .*ilntions timdi nun,* Brown, ju- TaIlatiI-sce: HiK| >t at 3 1'. M_ will reach ixannahnit to the tioMtn (ol this Mitt in the Fettled D. B. MAXWELL'S

-i1.: i N <'\ wen passed Tin tliolitionists (i uld not titakethVfll4.CIVC ,5i ri'otnjini Ij.4 are J.\sPI-RJ: I-LLTON, S-uj.'I. MitiMoftneriiv, uul tin in, L-uris wluth nu> IH.nuifsarj .
: i :inten. board. XX *'n '"- a l Jugular M.'t-ting it the IUH tin July M, ls/( >. :K-tf and iroptr for providing against Hit runt wiimm CAN ]ll FOUND E"ITRY \ VUIrrrYOFC.oonsnLtJLIIlLI l ) IN TillS MAIKCT'a
5- 444,44 INVII ortkml borr, in UKUiuutiUu ., ind to line-lid tIle Constitution ot the Stile of JIond -
S exeiimi, 'Mh in-tant. Pj ordir f thi II P
< < Mate and Feder far as the t- inn, in the Jiulim of said C'
Pensacola and R. R. i, so t n- .-
S, i IMS l iitU suu-d in leading jtHirl > -"- 1 ork I'in.uif*. THO 1J, \ULIrOOT( ..VtmirDi Georgia Tiitilfl, liny be lit-et-itsary. m thereupon to tike aLAIIES -

NEW YORK DM'. ?.-Slock* adxanctxl her today -. nit.ir8tli, 15t(X). '\\ .\\TI-1) to Inn a few able-bmlieil Negroes fr Care tint the Coniinonwi of Horul i fh:ill eulKr

1. S 4 IT l>xxt\ ( ) h. in the nearly 1 |*T eeniVlrgrnla'4. iuntcd at tfOTFXVs T\ next Ji- ir. Pirtie-H wirliin tu hire their Ni no dit nun ntSEI lIESS{ GOODS NOTIONS AM) SADDLEKY,

grINs on the Road will 111.111)[ furtliuitlLC 2. Jr it further ruaiM Tint in rl itt ion for
: 4IV i in 1tvnr 4ceetnn. 1VT A. DR. 12, 1 E ID ,
It -. nI. tit .11CVilI w41tIkIO1TiflTl1t4(. FLKCTIOX Ou tin .Nth Ninitnlitr_ litht Kt\ \V, B ('oojurJol Del 'K I'IO TV)0. SYKN 4t .\ .-'t Slip't. number* i if the Mid C onxeiition sh ill In hi Id it the IIILVVY: 1)1 IV i.'OODb, CAKPETS, JSUJs: AND 3IATTs,
nxeral elcetn jill-tn Iii tins Mitttn
]i' Saturday,
i \ < 1 IIV caletiUtHm. Tin TruasuyoAn Ninw ()*uXs, Doc 3.-The majority for > S. RlIIIMsni t the txxcnty- dij VNTATION GOODS CllOt'KEKY AND TIN WAKI,
flrcekinzi.ig. JsLateI JS 100 'Itt.-t il ni Jitcr of \V, I. lilktl, ill ufliin eountxHoruli New OrleansSTEAMSHIP htctn hundred and mxtj_ and snd ilettion hhillIn ,
tLt. oxirnulb hay till- tiiiitrules mil turns P'tl.lhi IK. :
innnoxs AND TIJDDIIXOS (;iMOCr.liTK! .N1)I DlIl'GS
TIIF NOTICE. the irilntl lIly ,
Sd'UETAUY 4* t.Mi lr..ii a..h.ingoii. nude in Mtue inuuiir jri Ij fur
rlittioiirt for Jiieiubers of the CmnralSMIII! 1 if I
\.4L.
'I i i'I44TUEr1 HUJVO IP, WA4.ll4cllTX, DM. 4 -In tht Nii.ite nothing: "pnVVFIFKS Ij thH line imict provide New Or HIM Mate > EMIJUOIirs( GLOVES & HOuIKUY; IL1U'tVA1E I CITLEKY,
hii)
I a,'lel. Tint eiih VintorulDistrnt
N S N V 29.-Sti-re ton Fijuiu an _ tins 1 ith amitli of i uh month to New m this State sh ill I lIe ilitithd to rhtt one BOOTS ShOES ei CLOTHING XAII> AND IIOLLOW-WARE.
In lie house theti debate the ref j:1|
IilI.'tt1Ae44actflcflt 1 Lull Iin lnvni ( WILl aCdVe on Orli-ans D. L.V1JDint. :
: xx
end Cniixiiitii
>> nicmbir to 4 i uh tountv iiititkd to
i-li'-d to tin HT
* \ \ \.4'll'Ifl.I4Withl14C'CIfrT31t1flt4pi' (..miniKstniblj 4.114111 be entitled to iKt't the rum: ,
(11T4'red Mr IJotelert
Vir-
i iit rc* .lu1ion was liv
-. 4. -. < ll. ww Orleann, t s
Miamlnptltntu ntue NoticeIS number of ln<'inlur* to the saul Conxintlon t OH huh
S. I inijiit U outk tti M izi- the tillHi. pnu, and xx as {usM-d, r.tcrring that |*ortton of mail and IKICMII/ and loll tiltit.I nid/r Ixllanie itid county ix entitled in the House ol Kiprifiuti; PersonilcMroits of buxnr will ilo Well tAX call iml $ev aiul (ximine lilY IIM k, as I
,.- Sxrth. Iicnby tint the tniiUrbt ind .\diinnirtrttor -
I # day for Ki v \\ it given ,
r of m. inUi> 4.1' ('on n*** mmV : the m *niasr relating to st-cossion to a FiHfi il omi ( LF.AI1ED.lie. i/<- ham niu
-. ,. ? lW.tlLl) aiul SUtNElCtie mill or of one from eath Nate, and the xhoiiw .-. 4. ISruEai-t. iitpiw York, with 11 tuJ.i r XtonE 'd, will si-II it I ul lie outcry, to the tilgill-SI 111 more I Diatrnt eountiiH in the to diinril! ( her 011151(1\ -aeuil( lilt Ix, thin om r(1lrsetlt:1t sml| loiin: I len)CI TAIJ.AHX sKKiOt. 0, ffiO 41tfNOTICE.
dir, H| Vlictiwukii on Mondix, he 7th d.iv tf.I mil- --
s|l..r i l4 titluit tin .4on mil lie ,aai- al .otoUriftrred 1 to the otnimiltrv oftlw ssEISI POItT-4h.-c. 6. arx, A. O. 1 ;,1, tin fillowinj; ih rribud I-iiti'ls, toxxit ithtih1 Hither be ilitlthil to lOt tin tiiiiit nunilKrof

.5 5"L .ver wiInc-.e4 here. 14C444ICS wlM ltt the State of the Unxni.n Kirk ii. L.Rnt t4 I inlik 1 4att 'It &VPflheW44fl and In 1 ni ta-l Sp!!,',.. ready fur sea hip 2, route 2, N. nut! F, :ind the V\est hilfof thoNurtbwist a-e entitlid in Hit I llousi of l.ij rMintitnea of the ,
!1elrtl the iilt of the xtrte- announcxxl siiiioon Lf, rlu.A L..t.tinr Ciimril Au nt mbly. The nicinUri ol the mulCin CXLEllS IM
S ,, was
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1 1<> ti< vitsmon imminent. 'Ct qiiirtir of MI turn MX, tuxinnlnp two, li. 3 The 1imlrhlr asti .X rtr Itrlmmm Klrmm .Vmri- I
''I iid 1 ill th h. trt Khr It M. ItIOIIL IlrmlruVaon kNulinIII / N. and h. -four acres Ifeiti Tuition shill IK intitlid to tin Mini i pax md unlia e ffliun ioiHfiuHif't sew n4 tlrffml .
\ : arc *1rt.Iv M.'s1.r. $ifllClIq (Misfrissjpiu,Jinu tf Georgia exit ] tMxtj in KU in inn ltmntfhlfP1 Watches Clocks Fine
S 1 n.HT* to rn York *,r,-quU k. all Ixlinf winl Inlnzluthi! louiitx of LIIIII and M ititfrlorldt. ailrn .ti III tile 11 .'inber* of tin Gt'iIerJj _Usimblv, Jewelry,

hawkins Fkn-hli, ( l..jiton and ru-li; of ..ViaImmi. UI.NJ F, J1YHU, Adiu, and all luizuix i If the Mate of Iiintltlid to the
Cotton and riitt f sutlra e eh:ill be tihriIle to the said Cull 14c\ 1IIvaPJ4.T } ) WAHK.
5 5 .4j4, I.- t Charit-fton* Mttwrrl"i and Ganrell eif Georgia, nfusfd to xoteT1itx .- llrcclpts Milpiiiontotthe Ii>e. s, 1S)0. 50-td. :
\ Port of st tfarkn from the 1st "< jt. to SthNov1SI4I ventlonbEC .
)m l.oiii-i.m.i. $teIi their reasons that their State conxintHHis Notice.nultftrlbt 4. Jit it further maiM, That should any wrint FINE GUNS, TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY,

- N .44>h TIIS114IVLI(. I AT -KKIIMONii will xettlt the nupstKin-t iiixolviiLMr (hi haul 1st S'1tt. Isio at st. Markn--------- 1(9Kuciixid v -
k m Not at st. Marki i---------- 2-hi* OST ?iy the 'r on tlm :10th Vnxeinlier, a dutY tithe several Jud itt of Prol ite of the county Aac-'r GOODS
it FOR 4leEl4l-4T1l icrftxT Miles (,South (' in hnaPaid his Kate was s.4 144411411----------- 214At I Finull I'OCKH D\Y IiMK Dintri't tromwhuh ,
withainKkit Fnid
-4 (Ill or r.iIrt.i4.11t4tite X-XIIIIIT
S I I llTlOlT-TllE iCKllIN R U Ivv .- now ont of UN* Union, erept the more form xxl.it '% lonrly at st Xlark Ncwj 11sIIIt.----->rt.! tt.tau4.! - 9 fti7''It- 44.11.l aIVi om ni&i Ii nf it ii nt uinnz two NOTES, om irlu-n I IiI \- did iHiur] to order m (lUitu to till tuilxat' HUT, _L O 1 I D .A. ..1.TAli.tiv. \. 'EE, lie., I ill. jti, l'sl 1

> \V. sea UI ind. XI I). Mnith and T_ VMnti to V. .\, dllio 4(1(1( I M irtinl.iXiiol gixlnsf live dtjs* not(ue tbtrn
max be netf-surx to (ooniplitt, and that thtNMitli : l-<. bearer i und interest ilmut $ ', Ix it f> niut 1 Hint 71** Te>Ns Bt HTHE>, Military Goods.S .
s'.? Nov 21.-T..-htixisrTluuiX* Al Neip..fl------------ IIVHI 101I<> < nr llrill-lltii| om r< > Jn> iti II n majority of
'S | ioMrloJiMr| \ J btre Tbtni Carolina iltk-jpiJion xxould n<* IhtTe-fort hundred il illiruUnmie- Noli ixin li>' \V. K Ci>liin Md C >m Hit ion sli:ill lit quorum to do I.UMin-bS. 0. 0. NELSON Commander \\OHIK FPMLETTrHfs in,| ItM T

til tIle liiinlitIIi. Ir ri Total rsertpts to Tilth Novcmlx l'f--------------l Ui.sildtoNiwi :in to %V. A (tilenor U inr, 1 i.r forty dollars, indMxinl Th \' lIlt)) ( liIIIIIV] mith i hikers and intur such ex- for'Ieh.y M\HW: %: 4.0KMXN
S i vole rkiu N ,ut'r-------- 5.71 r UFJpiluhieolt the 7th 17th and "Hh of
II\( ntlnr wonhliMt to otlu ( their inioii lie ,
inx wlntbr
inHr] r IXT OIIxit IKIIMS is nm hi oj miiary, I 11- October isO).
.
!ivt n.m ( hurdi and lonucrlxlin New Orliani 171 5 srtI
i ( ( i-iuli lamitli.Ltacs .
votes xiore east Mr Dott' - - - - inxMlfnv t-lull
Tliirty-eislit against > | rind lix person tlmliniru(1 book ipt lists uron the iirtitiutc of tin President -
t 1. 1 1 naclMxl l.fi>rian trV resolution-al! RefjiuUicaiM.Sineo Ivtt New.ttiilT<)to rI.an.----------------New Turk------- h 'P-l M>- 6.4(1 and dillxerin tin fame to lilt-. S mill ILllli'(, Talla- of the raid Comenti, IK. auditid by the Cotni trolIcrof New Orleans the 4th, 13th and .1 lthi of euh CUTLERY.

lIA I t-O.1lC was fkMU.nt, thrilling hisses, nr to Mr dallii in Tall.ih:idfce, will be it*, itibln mounts and! jnnl Ij Trcii-unr iinmthIr .
S : r .4 4M eiofl. the adjournment a cMMTal plooia |H>rx Total t-lnj uu'lit- to .lt------------------------ tlTHIulvcrttecmcute tt'viiit d and hhrrulh r-wardel bx tin liver and the Drdininiin i if i saitl I ( nmcntn n hbtll In the ME between the following llieis, and New Ork TAKLtM> ItsiFRT KiVEt

.5 '- .1. hn-t (liunli (} l.e.ind, uks* tim.rrfs-Monal wtl |political (1T1*$. Tin V\, A. GILLS, supreme liwof the State p' ilornli, rujtUm il>e- ins : r4.It-dalutl'LIifl1.llhut(11P. S t

.. IL_ the Uti. liri.4iz&n ngr1514.4i0u$ (4 N. B Ml ]>err>ou* are forewarned annual trading win re to the (contrnrx nitwitilslaliding, CouMBtt, . .. . ... . .. . .*1S 00 cr5 and Forks, PIN'kit KuU- Si
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1 k4 land dial llie lijiul; ufGuil const-rxtt ix e-s irononllx ire very ilwiuwKlm! *. and tt. for r saitt NotiB Sre b 1* tt J n thtr I'wt-t'.I, Tint the GoTernor f If El'FAI.-Jt------------------------------------ 17 (4) -te-J sIte,., Nu| -.iriitiil Ito/i n Ir m, 4.ht .

,. InonltiiMtl nnhesitaligv! pnII1iCe3 a neraldnnolatiimof tiltLIlKIn Di-e. K, 1NO. 50 this State FI ill l-Mit ln< 1 1 ES ,XM lUlMtltllX F,. . . . Ill (UtxiDVILIJ ) .. ElIgludi nunufMtun-rtor -
His
< institution 5- art inrrnd mtoetliit, and Inll hue the fud pro.clmiition \\ BtLLTIB All) Clt.t'rrtulI.tIlri,. fi (1)TI'KETS > uk hy XH HW ,V t.OKMOitoUrJO N

-.: .ills mo\isl liIn* ili.srourM Ii. noi far diNttntARUIV STATE OF J1.01UDA. Valuable Land for Sale. publihlnd in (very mue>| :nnr ]JnIlt'd in ti) IH. bath (Ill Inmrd tho ship or :\n\ of \Q. 4J
\4.4 UK nt pnaiK IHK .t144)ii- this State, and give -if h furtLi notice :w will, In his -
the river
ttiiinir and At tin nlhntt of tin
S. -I I ami tli \L OF THE I ffACKFS OF IM) for cili on re-u-on il HiUU the igezits. "
mosttrj tlaj. tirnia, fiur liiilen from the (113ot Tall ih is- oiinton, tn-iu trial t--t P1lllhi'lt' ALBERT DODGE, Guns Guns Guns !
.- i' i is(- Hu tantlj in.a4 rn. l)1s- Parsed the Senate NoxemUr 2M, itO. passed the 5(1. 47 Water street \ainlithnolu.JOHN .
.l4ilefltIS IIM.VlU.hltiili rsr vj ? i .A. isr.IHnmjXM tea nn tlu Quinex mad ruimuitr from the Quiuivroid Housi of Rti'reellUtiv-1 NoxtmUr ) 1SOQ. Approved I'INE' DOIKLE (.LNS L\MIVA
S > I to the Jukson'b 11 hi)If road, and the railroad A MIlCHtL, I II lid Steel and Slut> Tw l t Banrln,
'1 I (
W \<>nli nt ILtilntaJ, aUMiti s4v ; DM* 5. Tlit stcanr-hip Canadian of land, will Wttrct, niuxttv HanuuiH lunl, ittoqil *,?- AH lht1I41erS| in tin Mite Will (ltllltitil the DelL PitA 49ItFURNITURE_ ? : nan hides. Hoys Gnus, Shot Ilrlt, Pirndr

m w :is %%a4sI1c4I a\vav bx !Hi hat. atnxoil xxi.U Cnr..pean| (date to the 22A ult om hundrid and eighty aireti cliind and undirCIHK alHitL till -"-ttt I UeeemlKrDei Minim, (.um. HIST. ( artridi,!*,

Sn i tin ni.Hit of tin S7thin.Unt.* Tin I Six lirin s the folkm IIIJTMARKET AF. tin utitir-Ign! \ d. r i MIIFPH.IK.NMrttarx ) ftnu )puiil dw elhn? and out lioilsi tP foils 1, lt4ljO1TAT Aad", Catut ; iNo (artrihg'n f..r "until .* XXs ,na

i !MI I roktn up liv tin art-nielli butS > > of $Matt ml < II ALMIN, Treasurer ileoinni tu 1UrLh-o pr t-xmiilin thu 1 1.41111 uihhhi U tu -,- ( 'rilE SUBSCRIBER Id MNLfi Pi 'toU. Vi.r $ ilebv )iLii.t! A >KMV1)
,
S \\ ( r( k xtI UnFOUTS.Tlu oftln Mali- ,'f H.iridi. lII;IMIU imt I tlili* dn.In jmrtuinit Mrs F A Illll O SEMINARY' fi< liinii_. rt'lying md Instil (k-I. 15(1),
of 1.1W, at tin t I till tit tin $L'retry ofMatt.to Dee 8 INX) V O lallahu-seii UL hind Undid -
stkot II f ('(SlIm in Lixtrpool for the xxrck I i *\ isrortiueut (It |
I l. l Tor iw dis.in
i |M ii< < i .t tamai and toiint tin r< lurnstf in tk-etlon 111141

: lI4 11144 rim iflhll a lin>k< nili alIllItlIlted LII :to: ( baioc, 4.w-ui1tt4.r5 taking 4,000 intlmNiti tfl Tut-s.l-Iht' Ith d t.1' if Noxtmlnr, Sale of Land and Negroes MALE DKPAUTMEXT.IT CABINET mRNITURE.lso 8 Improve 'nnr Sight: "*

5- .l4iu4tr iml oHnliictor Tin and tM rtrtv 4.000. Tin* imrkrt opened dull at .A. I). Isiiij, f .r time Htttors lor I'resitlent and \nt \ Curled Hair mid( Minm MttresileI, Window GOLD! Mlxtr uul Stt

'\ ir.i- \plotk i. Clforls ale bring rtT-lJint of the I nitid stitih( do ht-r.'by irtlfv tinfoil TN pirMiiiui of in onh of the lion A. P An.. is with inutUaiij.rntii n tint the B.iird ofFdu- Shi k'. md tornnts I llilr Cloth S.fe Sire (,lu.Copnl .', Convex aiwi
n,1 th I.I-1lNtIlruUir'M: as 441. ikHim ainl ex on inoro on infi-nor graih-s. OnTlmrsiln iwin to In tht result 141(41111 I xott if ntuniitl to .1 IittiC i If Probiti of Ixon inuntx, t tliiundircliniKl .it ion tnnounte to the friends and p.ilronI' tin V iti'ntsti, tVo., nil of which will N cold on n-a half the \ run wild J ill

ilw-n wax nn ini|>ni\iil IOIMImt no tulvaiat aunt mi Iili in tin I i)lint ol tin -Mint\ of bt iteix- .LuilMl.tl-iInx .uid Xtln.n..tr. t, r 4 1..,.,. 1 state fc-euinury the rC-S'Illil1iltitIIl] of the tons of li4illlle lirnio (.F:< >, D\AIO\ mid* br ttis i.rit\.u I '[hat t tin tiiiinliir Id eight thoiiMiid out hundnd IHrd, dts-ea.-ed, will sell it j(ubhi' outerx', ilMnioukn L.U.IICI,f. i f im iietiiiiu iiuu iKtrpiAnecti Mr jLi r iirintnri niiri d mil UIhtiterug (lIlli I't.iiit Y it in.i. Fridix H.XR> hair. tlwn itl hands the* and bttx-ti\e (*> 1 ) \otf win ea-t lor (h'rire \V, -, on tin hrst )[Ofltly: of Jniirx' ui\t, tin hi 'e IIH Ou<*s-., ofirimi, as Itatlnr <,fI.it him itUK nut lIe, \\nulo\v li.ultc and Corning pit up toonlir 'le at I w n i UH valinHtolnr .

,- MI i. iiNtiM) nuvr WA$ IXK market i litsinr fnn tjxiiltUin. and exporters| C'ill ; tint the nunilier of tul tliou-m loin hundndmd lowing I nidi., tin ( ropirtvof tin, Inl nit nil itliirInirK mdlintns. Mr CKOSS i< a .ridiute III tIle \ lririmi <.. DNox Flirsal. by MTI.li-. ... ..

L -i 1.1 < it <>t i ia< u-mii4M fc.ii liftx-litl (N_1.1,1)) xntm wire Ifltt for J, Pit tonViukrion c4 Pild state, to wit : tin \\iMt half if tin Militin Instit ate, Ins bun fir 4. I 1't( 4-4.444 ( :JO, lNl E; ((441111.
took 2. 1111(3
(11g441.1l IU t< H Inn.,, :mil I rnus tlu hiln-t t.Minuiin _
li \ IMoN, IM : tint tin mniilxrol ('iiilt tlu utnul .uul Southwest qtiirtirof stitlonpix, lu toxximhip two -
Qt.T1flC4. till*-six (Sli. <>) \i tt-n win niht lir J. \ruk dome riir thru, North :(iiih hint, (llIl I the Fist hilf oftlnSouthi .il ot iiuihtii) ition :nidi-h iraitir_ Tin IJoai tltL'IIiY Farm for Sale. AUGUSTUS

i ,.. \ .4., Not M -TIMUrjn4 meetS FairOri.an'------EtL MxL Orltqn*- -CJd. tint the numl ir (if four th 'isind st.\ijihliiidrtd and 1st iiiirtir| ; of MI'turn inn and tin Fiw-l bilfif regret tin nnnoidil Iititl4'li'jIIl| of tin Inwtrintii nin AVING riniimd tu T ill.diaoxee todtxott BROWNCUNSMITH ,

IK d ill till' $plati was IH'KI I l444 .' MllbilC4..j4L )Ioh.ik-J-----r.L thim -" n ((4,TJuW.wir) & ut t l.r \\ilk (111i ; tint tin I>i rthwi-i-t juirtir of iMitii Ill twilri in ti wn- XI.it hi'in it n-K for itirm of in irl)- twominiths j i1st, I [ self txtlusixtlx to irott I fnrsil in\

1 .- < ill< .l I )by tla trHiid oftlH- IVkr *. L4atd| > . ; il. I {klaneLi ------Id. tin nuiii'nr' of four I'uathtl ueMii hundred( 11)41) 1 1f slip two rinjrt tv"o, NI rth nnd Iirt, nil In tho connIX oit i-iouid it their bx the % vullnlriw hug'iiiiiing| ot ul two tlmr of tin -si.t;mlteaihirs tin teat ol I land on itlnih nij1 ] I rrienlh scion, olfir roulnl_ It
(4 TI7 ttwiri- i-l 1 rJ M. Lundruin I of Leon Miti of Htriai \ eIiiagtnll-ilt_
< \tntit n ( \<' ( mil ; alo tin Negro
s .4.I.4l.I 1 1 i 1-.44., introduced mwtutMMis of I Tin hint k i MI hand xx ts WXJO bales, of huh tint tin numlHrof four I1IIIiS4IlIti l six hundnd :mdintv slaves of.ald estate, fir dixUIon among said burs, tovit Hut w hilt tin-x linn'nt tin intt-rrui] lion i If I lIe tliitun niii->ts of, JtiO hns a lint SOIH!i If dwellmic luid hUt mdont 1(1)( -hiiu.-leart*!',"th., Imrnind IIKJwimtllaTid )

-ttrjt1.- 44XhO w-re AnnritinCoa *( \ -Hi vt n int with conndtini to
?_ < r, *athorutini MUJIUI $ >II tin Int of tlnir 4It her ihnlrovl-nit'lltI-| 4 III-H within a link' olTilliII -
that tin uuniUr ol two liundnd and lwintvJvX>) Jnlni, i td 10 xi ir* ; ilo Filniotid. itrid ..iHxrirnnilin. iroinj at'lltlIi-e] : ot (loan rnstglil.
,:-s uliiiiiiistratuMi, ami fX| wtulaiitil>lio btho.Iiiiiitl .
I tint tin firv un-
tIT >
tulsa were last lulip rrLM.r ; nuiat>erof uijid Hi : AlIli, iiuit HI Olixi. e/od IS ,
4111.111 Statt-s. sniiiLir rcsohiliiMisi lumdrtHl ind (49.11! Kites Au nrid ng.111 ]iM''iiie I (II j'll1Y| I Iho |hl.1t's (IftIlt t( uhtrs, is anil Itinitfof lii!* the most Hliiiinl,in i 011111] h of wittr 8 ND DL\1H
(.LNGIIVL INTELLIGE.N'E. two tw < nn unit ) M'-re iatfi.r Box iisltn, 10 di>. Hinrx n ; flirt TflOMHUTHI AMl IN \LI KINDS OK PISTni.8
1 I l.y A. kl-II\ E.41.i 4. XV CullsJIT haiL the nuinlHr ot two hundnd Charity, a nl I 7 2 Hniin( 'id t.; do Martin. their mill \ille dittriumititn tu jriMrxiorde / PI-.TOI C' XKTKIIN.FS. XI-H, PKIMFKI IWorusk
i fltr..iiglv .ml lilkk'IIIV Mites wire iir-t for 44 P, McilIn- agriil J ; Oirl Pitnnti al_"?4l 1 \\oinin Agg-, airi-d 'r in the (hool, is WIll hIlling ti leln'r* Ill | uj Us. Niixtmlitr: 1N.O 4S) 8 }' MIOT 1tE1.TI. '-HOT PotillU ,4. (.1 n I.- HKof -*

S 1
mi Kiion (rf UN' MutiMTn NaUr, win.I ith the Bank of France 'I WITI M-iltiriiu; vim F. SMITH, \dmv lt'n coufiniil tu the mithimitn-al dtpiirtmiiit iL'AUTERS.MONTH htri tofon_ u < a.-It Piktn

d I In llou U Fol.ttr-il fleW uiiiiiiMHiant V liotter Ut-lSn I Ipri I lli -i.U Dom the <* our jtnin,', but worthx md I'IrtlIis-tI'tlt fillnw uu7tn J7 ISJHI
tk | >uri> < (i4naturs. at Capli. INX). 50-tils 4 |
!
u in -HIXI .4 en.trr41n417 >- $ Mr \V.V, "Aoonw IKI>, md the ( taica1 inihulinc _
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ill
atl -d t-v.-nvherc. s.] ilol, in tht (ntx Tallahassee, thin Md
m JM W rH x *V ill UfccniU, A I). iso. dritk, contiumd under the able, tilmtrdml Seed Oats.
. S --i M < U will %4 tli TACt-E, (wlntsioiidui P-tSThlLt

: : i i.- w it II4I4P4C4I l 'ix an-tamaiHNi. IIIII 1C11Ik1 JiVCq4.MILI -crntarv of 'TI IL be itIti, i.'f.Ire tin! (ourt I Hou- door, in ( t in I tin 1 rvillgirutnp 1.111(14 m wine-h he his 9I'l>uvTSI. ofstipt-ri.r M.ltYLN1)'FE9
Just, ixi.l
5 1 (1.1 I .i 'lowing ninth to the galLtntrxi C IL AlMrv, > Nixxport, \\ ikulti 1 1 uiitv, on tin tir-i Mol In'in plnul linritii i:HI liiLlns-t l rilit',) while ll.t JuMrtiiiiin 54(11 anil for r te. jnr UrliJ. I. XmlerI.
MiMKrn ELLe>, Fit., O< t 5rt >< MI ly A. J MK.INN;
"txuith -i:i wa *$iiiM i4iN, -In tlu (div irx ni l fii) Oil J., ism, 4M.ILadies' ;
-S iijiliid Tints his \ iri' nia sx- I and hilfof IIIt No ((111)) thlrlx-nix, In all il'( hundndin tin tleition of Ir SIUTDHI, a ruluitoof: tho I niiirntx r 111E llowing Ki'si nit nt" of infantry, Militia 4nIi
| (IWm4il(4 a mot ion to n-l< rtlu l'rt-si.kiit'i, ]SI 1 t4 in pit tiU on llu r4rcfU> to-tla\_ von: ron P1LTtIENT in ( HNTII>. (I (-unIty iinf ; 111 1 nix hundnd airm of Miilonl.town ap- a Cloaks.
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> Iroved teaehtr la the t't11lCgliI1l1( avId 1 In herein thrilled
aflCEitil1iI(41.ItC4eelt1TM1II4.tWet1! Messrs. hale% I IHrown. -hip :t, about thru inilt-s from Niwport 4 ind high ihooUofjiuhbur | OB w :
Virginia.InconeiiiMOii.tln The l.Jth Ke imrnt. at Jasper, Hamilton county, INFuNiortini of Loli.-n'Vlnokajust
one hundrid and fortx-om acres of Fiftion 4 town A frtnl
I'lUlll <.f.ni *. Ixtrson, Wi: fall and Saulslmrx Tile it'- 5:1 frlnp 4, lying on the \\-ikulli nxer; ronn tun, firm Board n'turn tin sincere thinks on Tncxdi), the 7lk of Noxcintier, ISiU I and for (Ole liy, (4, ,V \IK.I\Ms..*

S t t\ll < HK.K\TU \-H.\<. M nXPMtun i marks of Mr Ilak, lurik-ulnrty, utre not calm F ipjf linditon tin plice in HartRhild urxej, nearly or to thost of thur fellou-nti/niM whoM nulor tnilpublie Thu lllfi Kicini', nt Mndison, M.nhisIIn tounty, swiJ
I 1 I SB- sprit ktltluia to etand I It md( iiiMiiu tin tiiThursdiv, tIlt -Ntlidny November, ltiO; -
IeotXTIt4. IV) whlih
I V\V\NVII Rl\ El1-4i-ItI:4.l.n-.sANl' litwl to MHHional imiation They w w I : a iinte| acres Ot are ifond liuiiiuio) h-n.ne
IS I \-lt'&t1.l o .. TJII, ISXNk lulL IVi siipjMf v.5 a 40 airui eleaied, the rest ol the landit urc in tin Mate Sennnir: ) in the hour 1 If trial and dilluult\ The 10th 1'ipiiii nt, it Montntllo, JetTernon ttmntonMturdi Sale of City HoteL

pnmipilx nsMmtkil| to liy )Icssr' Hroxxn, Iieri c 5 tS s ? woods, but thcytru-t that tho will find thimnthf( almndintlv >, the Ut duv DetumlKr, ISA \N MONDAY, thui.l: il-y ,If 1)evriiih-r
I- .4 i sj. mv
N-. JO.-Tlit it i* a great tkiiioni ( and Vittfah1. Alarfcoa._ .., 57 5J7 527 1J3 I'D 1O! S a atre'ir.L TFKMor 1i.LI-4)ien\th| i-.u-li ; tin bilune: in of ubhctnhool rcnirilul bv the cl-.taliiI-tlIltnt m tht-ir nml-t Tin tli Ki- liiniit, at of%rw1-48rt Durinlitr, \\ akull i county, "' xt Wl11 1111Cr ft>r sail'| 41% i(ui) hr out
Hiiunnl tflstaiiiuiis ;i j rn> hisRiti anti OlFtj'itlg *tlmti: 'isuot on Ti\t( oil iy. the 4th day ISiO : i rtin Ill
live tin
with oltfht L
} II II N' , |nr nut bltcret| l1tl4.tt| I uy ,fTalluU.iM.tr
thiK.iA4.nnHm IMI44.IfIIf IIotLst Kuistil tH) IIooK-steail bill] l ViI ,
this Tlu
i :ir plan in ( >y sid by those of Iiii-.titutn.il of uiiinlir The Mb Ri -nt, ut Tallahassee, Leon
buip pmt
('amu.ia----- 67 57 0 a . . with irnod security li>r punha e nioiuyiuld my county, i | known as I he Cm HOTEL, nnl jut to
--i n)s urn ol tli( iI(41-.tJle flasr afnw UKhruir I uiajontx All (IIC SinitlMTiM( xotetl and "i t>jvIMISturn i I (lay------ 57 S57 111 111 UlfolnuiMa . . Int(IU-.B I am no firmer and deaire to 1114141In endowments in the southern fitati on Thursday, tho .th day of December, isO) ; I i ieute hi. rt4'ire on the lit day of May

S Tin fl 14 lit-ar tljoami>( fttt>ruili ,, *". 4
S I irolnu, with apj n>pruilt UM4U si to the 1'ilL 1 1411415------- in K IS . ihinlial iltIrsUits, to ItUililly] 1 our (lonn- tl<- mnrki PHILIP U. MONlAGLETtulnrof the Jjitm at ddretk the tti ,hay of De-ctmlKr, 1NX. day ofsaie. MAitY s .%itt1IER, on'i,thu
I Tin House also hx viva rote .IIi 3H 'il. 115 tit 145 St SI 31 ; Langti.tgee. The (lOiters m d ou-cowinlsdloned officers will
i i I iliou-uml IXTWMW arc |>nwrnJ. Fit josm-tl, a rou-e 1Iut.------- with 8inh tilling ai they nnd without conifj North IIj4lliI4F 3, lIndA). 4i
S .. If- Itt tl 7, 377 377, 3H K7 >7 tlT"rmnklni .
J LltlLS CKObS) Teacher if nsfiniMt twoduxs :I4ftIrttit- Kexkw of thtir
5 \\ re nixtl tu fl4444lt(* tin. NiiwiiniI tin I'disHin nidtxt INnnt ni4wo4rialiutl lulls, I Jsl J.s| 2M ri M Cl . fir llnir K-ltowc, A\i -biiidlit.: Oirt*. AiS.i Mnllieiuatks nndTil rn>])ietii
and I M I (iiIdIll. . :t'et )n :r.- 351 354 . ul lind (1Il In lunhtitid: |Pdat'lY bitwein now ti Ki iintnl. fur drill and instruction. CulomUiof 8 ESTATE SALE.ATJCTIOX
I I- i\ 4 .i I tile MartiPaiM. llvimi, mil nit imnnttit itftht whok nferntl Un < *-
| SAKTOni Teacher Hi with thur
of Modern Ijin.'iiu'csOOD ntii ut.urdinutcn wlllith
Iljlilllt.(u .. 43I4 til 111 ill Ill S3 4-1 Olluni and the ilix of Mile, if di intl, by ijj In it ion to the 411111 respective
I ui' ;urs. uitl :i (iniiuii\ f hussar pit SIC I'I :in) >ropnnt i-ommitters. ACer this tli xadjourned. !. iI IM; *7 <7 47 .. I fuliseriKr, at Newport, Xakull i rountx Hi \V. \V. \\ \\ VKD, Pnnno Ii'] irtmeiit. 'ml the Hitnw of the Utluuiit* wiUiin the rtilHttin AT I !

S l I t .4IIUIkI I tin iiauit-r as it n-*t thrown iijItulnrI.ut4il'. *4 1i3 41q4 f, I ) 44) . \\ \NDFKxON. Tuition fn* as m fornn htrtist nn nl3d 8 limit of lUtir t-evenl uimindi,

In tin 4-oninnttee of Wax; and Mmm. Mr llII1IIlIu'------ 1314 11 > 111 11 74 74JaikMiu (2ni lIly Kipnbln' fluid rtimilx Friend ul li-h until md itenest (ills, pir hilfMsMuii- - - -f-0 (>O.id (oloinl of Ki .rum nt- are -hargetl with the extiu tin 1' th I lcrilllir
.. Mi 4(1( i l u -\t, will l t M,Iit| | lt |
%411! 4it
'I Not :k) Tk li11 n4k itir | has nuik iiKthni to $10KHVKH) of Mi ilw..l'. l clots, per hilfu>siou JO Oi> '! Finn of tin-* order. ON' lt
\IIM-, i'hclps| a ISMN J-1i-r4.ll----- 4*<7 4. 7 IV> I3H tillafayttu . ,1k( unij rwird itionnt.- ;nbtrtiMr - - - - m i If the lit*- < (-lL l.olnTt Butt !, J.
-- .:' I.u., ill' IHIl.lIll-: Ol MU ttllsKMIli I4.I- tre.4lrl4.Ie4 to nhtxt tin t mltarraNsnit ottht 'HI W 144 Ii7 i 413 Ml . I>et-. K, 1NJ|( att 1<1, lit (ilir-: ] ir lulf i 'si(m! - - - - - _.l., (jo j Xo'nntur lolnj inn. will be hi i>ttliiL und the i nun d, tin. f..lI.a lug roiiru.. tu :

I is<. o| II<.pni .itUti\fs t.-tiav l.y tIll- l 2S4 .. . I Ihs(1411 of li'Mt t'ttllliiOIlit* trxuininiilBj 4 lit id of Horsi-H,
I'l5 47 47 41t . l'E3IALK "mSuUTyKNT.IN trder of D. B BIRI, Jirupilu-r ffrrtfrat if l/e
from lA-4-y------ II. llj Notice I Mart511(1 Cultlllliadt.f .
; \ 4-4. : Vti-. 1144S14 11. Ik4i-ler's <-tuniittef(' of one each Mate t IJlHTty 71 74 71 7% 75 73I l14.11 Juvjmli.

; will not U announced until )MnotLix, in onli-r toI I MjitiMiU. . 411 411 Ill tlt !-"! JJliMiirl ,. uwn,intt) lIt nil onli of thu Jud i* of Prob the remuktStxto Mtmlnnrr, In a KM into build I. M BLAKE, ItTjHtiut! ftHtnilNocmlicr 1 Yoke of MuKs,
j ie Oxen
I'14lIl % 1 4.Ilill.n14)l1. I nk! ,w tht sttkiT| an optiortunilx to make the in,- -- SHI 511 4411 'J 1M( Wilt. IN. Icon rountx tin and alnlf mile from the M ile t( lnxil, the Primirj 8, ISiO 4.-4t ,
Mniittii, VI Ml Ml . .. .. . . lliliiI'rsig'Ileti, nltiii.intrutor i f ikpurtiQtiit lit under (lit, t-harge of MIss SMITH J;l) Hea of ( ttlo, ttt Hwul of hogs,
4 -- -I .\ ----< XI t'I s MEMlEtS44P Tilt: IUHI hit.-t |n>sMl l Mtkftions. 'I .'.tolroc------- su tit sia mi irt tm ,. t t lie esttte; (If Mirv M, Town Mid. dmiisiul, will mil, Prim i] ilof thin ihot Il.1 and Ion? it tried md .roMd, 2 ( lIur I llorsi- \Vais,

S VII I 4.- -- XllltlXXI tilXIU ItUWMMSIIM Nassau-------- t.t4 NI hi 142 1 I 1 liefon lln' ourt H 1I1'e .Ioor 1 In tho c-ily of Tullilmrvwe tcuherln the eommunitx isa ttd bv Miss apt Wanted to Hire J Ot tart, I I lorMirf
FVNME ,
New 1lsvt ,, a- 87>i 24 IT1 179! Eta 1 7 7 on tin! ((rat Mondix in .la1ltiilrv I \. D. ISd; ,
the 1
OilU Carriage 1 Two
I -I I u \, LTtni Ill Oil 11.11 <1. lilLUThc t NE(1R() MN for the Inl mt c of the Fur I ItL horse BU--T
}
(iraie. .. 4iI", 141! (>7 t M I) .. fi How inj; in-irro slave, (if snd estate, ti>-w5t 4 Cacir yrir I
S 4 itiNox X .-It i-mm ivrl.iin that I I IM| (oluml.iis Tutu, i"totht pixitMinofMfunrM. *linnimvt . . . . .. .. stIll Brti T. Icnn .5- S x ( unit i. to l-l-ign lit xxill kaxt tin J1.l..a. SU ill ill 74 71 71I . . hn MN SMITH Mn CASE, n fr*">dn ite of the Puipcco: In'titnte, nnd wages will be paid and a perinine home sutured If 1 1he Smiths' and Coopers' Toi.U,
fe-elui The .mthcrn tmtuU-n* I sn-riii-Ns md I Ilu I .is.iv< : Ml talk alioutnt I $4111t.& 1i4eL.244> JH **> 411III 411 17 17 17 Die S, tsoft :*\ tds AIIll'r a highly recomuieuded, cxiKnenie-d and arproxidteiihir Milts Enquire( at tie Floridiau ofllce. 3 Cvttvu Gujis. One Hone MIIL
.rood
\ i lin $IIut'r------- KM ttri Mt tl 41 41 1 lIt
: w >LinLs m tin -S 5 I li mi to rt ni:11.1, ml topi at the MIIMli i $I(4.4hIIlI(5Ili Ill 111 1U 11.5 115 S 4 5 S DR. SviiTtiKi, Modem Linirniijes

-' the *v utht rn iiirinlit tit t'tm-iiv*, pns ruin-nlous. U is u jm-lpomim 11tif Tvi.r-------- Ki 1 h KM W (.1 MXiliiMH . MRS. FORGE Hoiifttliol aoh KItchen Furniture and no the 22ij
I II 449 (414 IT 17 17 TUITION }'IEQ : Lands for Sale. DeceluUr, will U rold. in the of .
Knitidiatlx) txportrd, xx til U.lt < n m<"<' the WtI4Ii-e 4t11lH1n| ; a sluim wile to do\\n- U.,lnii.-t.n. 151 l.l I..I fl 84)!l> 44 .- -. -. -. .- -. i-, I several valualile TOWN City Ta1Ldia ,. ,
Pr'nnrv l> vttnint 'ir luilf r1'fl EKE will In,sold in to the LOTs, IB hia
that Mr ioiuxxillII FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER rj j (if iou, f 10 Newport hi ke*! bid old (Isigintli
-5- i.L 1 m tunm quarters sulmnioii.. Il tin < .t> riitformwirereHidwi4t' % aknita------- 1I rt 171 )JIO HH 1O( 1 1 1 Higher Classes #JO JL Town Plan. Ternu made known
right i rjrii and $1I ItVtIriingtu) grade for Icr,on the tMondiTin January>.; ,Iwo Lun-4' on
(4 I \\ altIn------ lol lil Id 17) 171 17 iM . .
lor a tulle, ln iu intKixot |l4.1UY. IC.
woulltlann 4t lila KLxtnrNte fimu tIme.Inetleutsi tin-d and pixty acres of Laud, ii Hwullfld it.
i'flI4le.i ind xt'latit1. no t nt or survey in 8lVs! W A.
tlit- t.nr- | !
S. .
lioin
mctnlii .f.4.IlgreIl.4 k A
<
I .
i % 5 expenses $1. \akull.i ('ounly,and know 1(4 No. tw ,
M tICIGIVT 4 n 4TJ1 *M in. :BNo ((23j enty-thri-c. AuetlvnccrESTATE ,
4''. x< ill lie held t.i-inorruxt. xx lib tin mttiilux tin patt rmtx 44iI m (;. .l-hl. if it m(' ml to ? IHi-i. :IT.Tallihatwt. KIN1)Oi Modem Languages without fhinr Said i.IflIII lij julmiu thi | Lice where Solomon E. Nov W 1( 0 46

S ii.r. at a Mili-equttit .lint*, a gtiHTalitii titvak up Iht nisi liEu li-n.l us to the I nion. IfI t Kitnntxt FlitDtevtnbcr SessuIn-k'tohwr itt to July let, i'L V thcw*, ileie-uM-d, lined, and Slime and Anker,
'I W,41tlj4flI iiniiilicrsto eonfir in niiatnt Oil SW. V) By order Board of Education 1 14(1115, *M>uth, and AS in. L. Anderson \\ there, waliout SALE.
nothing ( !ist- x i uldtJ >, i lhe HUMtilthit iila.. 'rio 1 ISO). 49
F EPPE3. Prta of the 75 aIres i lured on the lace fine Y'ITILL ie sold
,4 luti till-m Viet rn* ideiit I' Board. I torn and ((ft tile lth (If DeCefilber
the limUjtloat on iw and NE V7 MAIL CONNECTION December 1 IMO, 4.1IfNOTICE totton lands Home OH good hamuioek tile nrt In
\ UU 4.E *Tri% (11 to-nielli. It H miileTJiUKlivii.tlii x\iMild i.itati statute MEDICAL I'OTJ'J. to clear M any : Tuwi (II Monticello, hi., leo areg'of
I in the county, about 40 acre hammock on the Land nearliun,
hoiiey'sOItISaw
pUte
& aI.i nit ,
lilt 411 tLiti If tin an muiu-st MUIhiaJfntji1
it
> til caueuxIII.lii. swear ( iruu
I |iroit aiii''iiMadison : -: the rest oak, hiikonr and ] me. Sold betanst. the the kiilro.id, viz : E S E'(.
SetTowit
j thedinter an.1 l in-leetlrily 414.1t pi(i4nx| in the Dr. Wra. F. Robertson Jr. ow ner Is gum* to more to Texas and now liTeIn itiuge3 E ; %V1. Wl3, SetITow I N I N
\\ii.liliiKlon.. Fla. & Geo j)1iOPOSALS will IMS received the AI ilnina.
East.
Quitman by There
1iiilrnigtnj 1i4 said
I nxin -an n'4.3iv-4 to re* st a 1"4t11,1'eI.1 Cox (, liHiitrd it the to lIe S gI.l 31111 Site
,
of .
bintition his father ih
I I the
nt Store of MeM-r u
'. n\\ RUST iX. CO Term Twehe months
\ 4'lI.t'; iD.x :t t-Tl4o-e VI&.I forinetiv UiHiat Cintnxille olfir until the *-- credit with (cool ctrurityly Trait. Tcnn made know-ij on dnv
hm aa
alulu trnmt-nt, then juipir ik maids. jHiiiois. ultinii ) rofioninilicniitsto 10th of December, for theBuililin (3. 1. CO\1NTON 8
MtTtlt *
xxotild hi
s-mtli ( untlini ,
the inhabit inti* of Hit
Ala turns and tin like ire xxor.h notlnni :u-d s tijtst|, 4'liE StiCUIItE1 II !lags li-m' to inform tin trix rurrouiidiuv tountrx XVM L. ANDLRaoN Noc-tai.'er 19, 1'-411 4U Adi.ii.
; and Home
-S in iik- hut Miw-Hsippt, ( e..i-gi.t! Die 1, 1N4) 4Mf of a _
( ..n_' |l1ltIlj I ( 111.U In hi-M irtnl II Mill 1 Liiallf Nov 94, IA 44hdsEXECUTOR'S
S ll ill 11141L( nninnii e ui4xxitii In r. Omuu us to ridicule and Liu Jut r. 'ttli-.1 is tMi! on- M 1::111 Utwrin M-tiliMni C. II. ( ia. :niJ juitinin of the following dimriiMona, xiz : It* br 3<| fwt CORN CORN MEAL &

.. S e u Inn d.-vpuir ol the ctmtmuanet lIt | Ix hope andrufttx. If nun xvantto a recnponttTias. (,i-.i in:ikin.r tlint trim *- jur wiik uul riiiinin in $40 Dollars $40 DollarsTT! two Mono- huh, the walls to be of but-Lund e xered SALE HOMINY'
I ]il$1 tininittniii with tin rallihiM' Pin. dii with Shingles Felt pONSTANTL nlHnd.dfrNlP
n-. | < ( A. > or and ;.raxcL for Si,
1 It.U5 & AIllIl'4lll4| (ourt niti to lI.IT, JutIt (III I ikt- 4MiVnxnlulH nin fitlerstlHlhp ]{. R and tin _Mlianx .'2 <.ulf K. K. tn vjxaiiiiiu.. 1VRthe;? IM.TI sum in ia.-.h, 1 1 nmiHr- todtbxirto Also, Four ( .tern, to contain t2OOOO Gallon; t Bushel, .1 H \KNKD'8 MILL. twtwi (arj.
and afl aril*. j Lttixin Mnli on_ C II, on Xlundixn \\i-dntixla\r i In mt out of MOOH>: S I NM\ ALLtDsiwixu of W iter each Plan Iron oundrjr and the Rail Kiwil LIC .
1 nil all the AsMNiatf Ju.lppn- nit, tsfliuLa tin (tnetnx n/reeupon tenns ( rw :: and spc -ihtatiouu to'bc seen at 11YX, U HEKKYAnti l < \ )(,
-. \\M\ne, tA Getrrii. Hitx xxaittdlYiviiknt I ... I ami rrulMc, ut !P>i o il.nU, |> in ainxt uuo tIlillI at Jdt ( 'iiixj; the ottuo of Meosre Rust A. Cu. Htr.ON 'I CkMterSTW. TI10.5. BARNtItD.

.;, : liiu-lianan f ir (lie |tun me of ten Tim lYonnnvNn JC14XtL-Tilis shiit I i Quitinan\C (ii luitinin) J oelntL mi Tue-d.IvS a. *II.I.ca Tliursilix0iiuj >.iluriliTK This Machine in ikts tin Doul U-Ltukor "(.nntrA R. A. SHINE, lysss the Ut day of January, I>j61, will U sold, be-1 u

,, '!i, tin ir n sjvs IM to luin. 1'he j al* left UM IT t < ni-s to us m .ui entirely new dn greatly inI it i il mink, |il. in, arrive at M nliMin bx Juilmk liikir Stitch, avId is |nferible to tint on account f coui-
-S lIlt Cnxkinrnl/e. I i.tflttI and xtrx ninth inijiruxed It will l>e nI I of its greater l.iflliIiiitt and t'lit m All
% i&-e-l'r-.idejit I u in, in linn firlht trim to Taiiaheusn-. ij > ioii'roxirex Dec 1, 1NA 40 30 Prime Negroes. 5LPI'Lir oftile
I nntulHrs of tht Kir practicing in the Niotirt I iiHiulMndtlut this jvajxr and ull its fixturesxvtridcstn ::11(41 I ifde-iretl! frinii thru to f mr hours r'rtp iui> lie littwiHiif.roxir tX. Hiki r, aud other, and the A unIt lil4tt1'I2it

,. hold a imttiii byte to-day, and xtil no great i-ngtli of (hOC since bx tiro.Mr ,taiinul nt M.tiliiJiiIt nmfutimn of tho MulletMs.. hnie, lue I-, ii nun TERMS C\3H v. n. SWAIN by Prl4n-'Jutt Tiios. TItctiyed .sd f .r ii

l4-.4 1 nx4utioniii-oint, mm.; theelcsith ili-tbiitlnn, tablx tliernnibinid adjaftud, and it U nuxi' littnM.d and untiomd Internal Improvement Swamp i Extr Est. of ThoLarera'i-5 ( : FOalldrygild lJ.RNAftf the Jt,
NoxtniIrl7.1V :
1 Iiiuel litlIc AiHJtuteJudges t>l till miterul, and now ISMUS 0111 of lit I iargei-t. as uul Ix tin i\HIIIrue| ( i Ii l the Militnrilitr in M.iunrhi Ij J litentcig_ I ha\iiieitaat I ,mTi [ 47_ ) U4
; : out ( well -isoni of Un x< rx Ust southirn Rights l'i hoiH |ID In fll(1I totixi fTiiural Mitiffutnui. Cedar Kixn, Montierllo, Qnlurr) and pcnsicoli. LANDS. NEW
K tire and i- k fOr (tic Mix RESTAURANT
Kr Mae'itt'.i ,
Houlu and
The .rood ,
Knul hit
414 is nitnr.il: in 1ty no
any
| IN rs in Ut* tate_ >\ t take ph- Miri in ( xmtrilmt outturn (Omntrx_ nnd Ins tiMk will ctum>.irc fixnrtlilr other PrInt hilai Depot lu lhij Illicu 1 Ottetlii| l)1so.mt ) Over Col. R. H. English Iron.

Milur .,l (4lsr4. in/ our teslnnonv to tis l1t'ritS. ind xxish our with mix "tliir tajrtink_ nt of hc tajitol. E. L. T UL-\KF, REDUCTIONJN PRICE. Berry's Auction Bpoin.I : LAIfE TOT, fr.'ui 2
_
A X-IIIXUTII fleeS :l-IJolh b raneiiwi of Con- j ntl hliors Mis
: iifttiHij I tind f.lvIrt.iy to the >* intsof Ins i incin. Tin Die, 1, 19411. 19tiAttention AT A MEETING of the Board ofTrn cts of the I 1' rJlE 'ul he cun Iw nuf ] lied ., I si., l.'y TIlos.er redut-lol .rj.. ,

S -rlhwilI. j gmiUttf Jltfltmm r, A ri.. ili-t-init Is i> mili$-M.iin Fare t-.J.'iO. Internal Iuillrovehl-llt' fum1' llt" lIfl ihursd.ty 0' it ili hour with the .Jinn! 4 4. Fouvdry an4 RARt ill)

u itln- Si-nan-UK-n xxas not Llnsr tlimr cx< i | t Eiress fni.rliti', vnth w {mrkijw$ liali-a or !II(1-t.-*. Cavalry jythdiyofNoxtmlKr, 1NO, the follow in"' ni>- things of tins life, VIZ: OYSTER, the It. t J) at.
i xxcirlinii lX>jiotindiir li**_ villli trIinT.tly ntti ndfd lution wen all |Ited: I GiVE.ve, [NoximlMrlT. 1 15(40. 47
iptwNQt a roni'inllii- wait tin tinl"nidi nt, Cot I-4 IOIP. N HMTION f.nm CtK) NH /.'..WryThat the
to, tttitiillr41en iiinv.Ii riti1pufiil Ivi one Price of the Internal Seed
id mtorm lam that tile V-utr xxa rea4y to n- 1 _V corn 'pondt nt of tla AllnnaW (Ilaj -Exntcrrt i I--i-- state Olhi it Hit MILI f:It Hot'>K ,1 1.. I IH It NNT COI e>NI I liflll 'Inc LamHwhnhwirt form.rlx riiwd Imj nnv) roxeuiints For Sale.r1' Oats,

n-c any etlunhlllI4atklu from IIUIL Thi body! writ in ft' \\aslnngttm untie thti of \\M. K.: IIOUFI I II MAJI lit of the Kixiiinii if taxalrx ctiiIra.j nt Upon th oftrpnu--dxuluebenduewltotwtitT Hr }: \NT\TlONkn6wnas' A PEIUOU I.OT IN 8TOKF

iiirnixl U-lon idle oiIiMk. Nearly ul! the I l>i*. MS). V.tn r within the Sittind rc.sJtIf Flo) di MilituU tixc inr cent iijKn the ipprn.-i-d IfllUC ad the- 1 o in.U EMI: of Tallahassee. DFi4JTO 'Ixln'I 2m ttLintUUjf to dtut ASIa KOR S %LF

' II'IflI t were ui tiar wats, and g oil let liiy juv- | Xox lRth says : liirebx ordered to In. li{ W on MII4i.by! 24lii1k't-ci- pnoe of thobe liuUw hi, h were r.dscd i(uj luiidr.-d S acres t'lenn d land and >w m timber It eon-UN of U1O purchuissrs A.
IIoIKNS
1 i Mr_ Conxin_ (ITt'ig Ins rixtnt xisto 11114 CitY, Sale of Negroes. fctf alrj'next Couijunm, Rt !tl.i-withIn ui i,ter.titi n un U of tin xariuu* C'IT- IKrcentU reduced to (lily ivr cent. upoi tile up- NeW iju irti rn, Vi _\] j'ly ti> ovcntbcr 17, lsO, 17 A CO
brigade The
I t till.. J1II11( LIflCl caJ1in the n.fl, -oiniiItC t\pn Htl himstlt in Inor of annum_ at niM- \ j 14hlr.1ltl1c i'f an order i If the Probate Court t If CajUm* of t-aid Conij4.llk an Itr-ti J TIM w'th utivt ini.edxilue tie and that the price oT SdIiIp 14111115 C B. '.f.VUBIF

S :iioinlitl| to xi ill e'n the Stn.itt, and tntonu but has tlmyriil Ins-x it w S nutcri'tylitn' hei I Lion tuuntx, tin undt-r-i4rtled_ idininistriinr nl duty ofapIiilltilI1z tiit, 111.1) ('tilIrs I,t .md 1 Jetjlll 1 and the jlull u within soxcntyhxc su iniKf cents the ira line-n, t-ccit tiill4V l or 'f7J. Sale of Negroes.

SI. ill it tin x xxtrt oiTriiu/etl JiiJ remix fur l 1.us- I i a.-! i tamed from our n\ is..st midmost pit not Miti7iiis tin tt lit ofaim-* ADubntx ilm id, t ill ill, of liaxini; tin r> turn>> tltert'ofiu4de aitirJin. tohw I price, of whieli lwll K one dollar if railroad, tu! TalhthaoiccNov.l7, I TN pursuance
tileS tint Mith xxould mixit ihlx Unite ntiuHit auction, litftiri the court Hi door inTallalniii'ii Bx order of nri and fltH cents ierlitmJnd a decree In tbaneerr tn ,
.\ i iinmdtee XXU.S jKiinHtl to join ( a |JwIlit- : UM ulnrdininl I). R BIKI" acre. Leon Clmni Court a
IVc-i tin' dintril ( ou the flrsi Mnndijr In Jaumrx next tin Fish Fish wherein Euoh H. io.L
S ironi tin 'xnalt to sit on the tin n hole "south :iff-unst loxininunt / URI-XKF-( -"' That the aboxe olntion and wife are compl-unanti.. *
following negro slaxni of Mid f St3te, toit Sot. 2 1Xt ,IsKEWWEST shall co into I jLENTY OF FLItII aiul Ltio-r n. ..
nail toi I For tin list Iwo three I li.tvnal.I(' it cifeet on thiehirat are now executrix izo.Lx.
inlonn luin tlu < < .ngi.sa-- } or dijf 1:17 f January neil and that tile I bSns? ean "lt at the antI .% iIliam C.
Jacob, JO vents old ; Sjmt, ii) years old Bob, SOveir : LIGhT OLSE. There I thau.iev',, Et'tntoi f lb.
',.iniiiitiiiicatioi (r<.tn him n point to question C-try Snitliern man xihe>m I I old ; Crawford. IJ xi-in. mi Kobcrt, 2t one newsppr in cacti jutieiai asooilwillofwati-rwithinonenijeandahalt w pk-aty of wtHHl and riIi and tCstaflee$ of Jusqil Militr dert-d
years
--it_- ID In IIouoccupitil an hour, nut on tillS point, and) the an xvcr has ifll'aflaIIY. old Levi, -1 years old Watkins, IJ yt-ara old She!- SALT. I persons wtntlivr Fi h, salt or frreh All and others, ar defedt the undcrsigued, $ieclat,

uiirkfii lix goexl feeling and uilaruxuulrexl lctn the samec xxould l. com pi lied to toi, 13 rear old Louisa. 2} years old Mary 5hyeaia THE SALTEST OF THE SALTS. See F. L VILLEPIGUE, jendin their teani* at any time and, can will pet them by Msster'whl ('Cli befo- the ('onr flow'e door on
Trustees not ho de. Monday tile
stand the South however reluctant xxc flight old. Terras evlu jwmru lut. Imp. Fund. The l.th day of Decenthe follow.
LljOUflllJ at 1 by 2 0 SACKS JUST RECEIVED and for sole by Martna Patriot, Ne'Wnansyflie Dispatch route from New Port U to crows the- I4ng negro a1a-tg to-wit uzt, the
members of the House Were prcsAJ In to tiqXic the General Government.e WILLIAM BLOXHAM, Adm'rDecember 8tandird and Tatojhi PenInsular Jnt'ksorii1le Kdtate.tlle nt-'Lt llflnd road by til ). : a aeg wa. aallie4 WrIght

(he wembcrs from South Carolina were I could not, avoid it," The gentlemen just answer 8, IS&1 hO-tdi NOTCWbCt 2 .isux t until* theist ofjannar'1 ). copytile ahoyc hop and then the road i. fWtrnci bta- ICgruwomann.'j Amyand a negro buy nanwul

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