The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060562
oclc - 02704418
notis - AKP8648
lccn - sn 83016259
System ID: UF00079928:00421
 Related Items
Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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'_' 'Ktrltrfi SRi lltf Rvtftrt'Btil&tng.i FOR SALE. .DR. T. J.' OUR 'LEE Another Declines.Mr. heL,

,lit rash H"CUSTOMERS., BiTldfBgJhe::fronts.,With the THE Cypress Bend! Plantation in Cbicot CoArkansai ., Woutn: return his grateful acknowledg] W. I. Clarke, Esq., John Cluby, of Cooaa'one of the Bell Hon. B. H. Hill,th'erffest, ,most influcntikf' .
onoof the best Cotton Plantations to the citizens of Southern
very Georgia and Everett electors for Alabama Las declined and recognized ]leader of the Bell MIJcorgiN
jro DAD DEUT ASD >o BOOKS TOiJinj -IEIP! oa the-Mi&Aissippi River, i, now offered and Middle and Eask Florida for the very t HAYING located Tallahassee as au AT the honor(?) In his letter announcini; and, at present,-Elector for the Awry State
F. x. "gV"A.n.DE1\T for sale at the extremely] low price of$65,000 liberal patronage received from them during I EY AT LAW respectfully offer the] fact he at
: large in the
boldly proclaims
te bin rtoik by EiprcBn, WATCHESJJEI1JLRYa.4 Dol1 his services to the public. All claims for collection says .Diacmoir
TS iL It has it all the the live or six I
STERLIN9 SILVER WARE upon Improvements past ,years. The scll"ct1on,110 doubt, was made upon event: of the success of the Republican party.
Oa b'n4-* fine twortmcnt of and Machinery necessary for a force of eighty- He will continue the practice of the above or other business entrusted to him will the presumption, that, having been a Whig, In! his Dudley letter b _say*:

G.rl Pili' Sptcttclet, Plated Wttrt. Tallt audf.cZrt hands, and has in cultivation] 1000 acres, novt prorcssiou in those sections of country, and be promptly- attended to. I would necessarily support that ticket. ItwasaWin'g "The first of these?i. made by tLe Ncfthcrfl
Cutlery. Riturt,Picket Bmtt, CoeitGw upon it an unsurpassed crop of Corn and Cot has made such arrangements with maxatts.cturers t3 Omcje in the new bniLHug opposite and American doctrine-and a Republican rtrv Title party openly declare

".Il.aid C.f., Military (D. '. ton. There are altogether 1500 acres of of Dental,Material. North, as to enable tie firm of A. Hopkins A Co. cardinal] one too-that.of protection to .1.-& the decision of iXe J&XeiScott and Amy

tf"\\! J,itchft J860.5 ind Jewelry repaired. I Land In the tract and not one but arable.] him to pot up full setts of teeth, ia &s\_of tho :Jbl7, I860.- 28-Oni in the Territories an"dhai.i* r- property $ Clt are wrong and" snalL be ,icTer d. TraccomplLsh ,.

. Jar Protected as this place is,by front and side popular mode, at from fifty to cnet hundred North OAX IUM. BXilitu IAd1t.atu, It'flicn, ana'&mc a Southern ngLfs man, I this result tBey"propo.j tLriragi

:JTNA INSURANCE COMPANY.OF Levees, overflows are impossible, and upon dollars less than is nsn*!!. charged-lfor the CHARLOTTE N. C. I could] abandon it to support men (*although) I heir greater population the ballot box, tee
HARTFORD. examination it will be Land the rl>*.,t Km im.*L.aeoth 5-he means what he says} ,-iI. .begin ones OKI* ttnigsj* nominated by a Jlrofl''OP !3'1uw .t.. tlocir o,|| hinds-the entire admin-
-' pkntation tftb "cr. rTartiettlars refer to and guarantee them to be as dnrable beautiful --I THE 3rd Session of this Institute admissionor new party, and ..ot committed to any line of atrttipn of thp (nvrnjp.n il.u. -,...
A. P. AMAKER, Tallahassee! ,Fla, and sen ircablc] as can be put up'North. on the 1st October next. Tor policy. Where then should I go I Why, to and enforce the construction- tho (\o8t.* '
d 3i8ItCafler.PerpelvoCash
IirorpOaiC. or on the place to: or South. further information apply to a party advocating my principles of coarse, tion HivoTftblc to their views.
OapitaV-l,000,000! II. E, and A. C. WELLBORN. Those in Bead of his service, can, by dropping Maj. and that leads me (upon principle) to the 'After mature deliberation Iran sec but
August 18, 18CO. 34 a note *o him at either Monticcllo or August 18, 18CO. 3j-2m support of Brcckinridge and Lane, even at one reply for this;:people'and that,is wi&rr-

nSUREAOINST LOSS AND DAMAGE BY ___ .u___ ___ Madison, Fla-, hate the work done, and timeto VALUABLE PLANTATION IN LEON the hazard of being called a Democrat. New WAR in every sense by which the term it .<-

,TIRE ON TEUM3 ADAPTED- MEDICAL COLLEGE OF'ALABAMA- AT test it before paying for it. FOR SALE. issues, or parties formed on those issues nec- ..11 fined or defiucable. Can argument reach
TO THE HAZARD. MOBILE. S3T The best references giveu if desired. essarily involve new associations and I do not them It is TII* LAW they1 are organised to
AND CONSISTENT WITH THE LAWS OF Lectures will commence on the 14th December 25, 1858. 52 milE Plantation known as the "Whitaker expect to be the only man that will ha\e cfy-to violate. Can appeals for justioer
Place is offered for sale. The land
next.The / strange bed-fellows before the canvass closes; move them ? It justice to one half of tbeI
C._LEWIS, Agent of the school has DTs ourTToNT"fpIIE about 8 miles North of Tallahassee, and consists Union which seek
success induced tIle neither will I undertake to defend the recordof they to destroy. @an we
and yi4l1mt I
I'ut TalltliMnee 39 ) State Legislature to appropriate fifty thou Co-Partncr&hip heretofore existing un- of 2,280 acres of as good Cotton Landas any politician ; the present is what we hope for peac through some fancied compromise -
jepI 57_ sand dollars towards the enterprise. With l der the style of the undersigned firm:has there is in Florida. The dwellings and have to do with. However open to criticism I or compact in tUe future r Cane _

i HANTKEU TUNNO & NOWELL, this sum the Trustees have built one of the been dissolved on the 30th of June.last All other buildings are in fine condition and are may be the record of Mr. Breckinridge, his niako a better more solemn] compact, tLaa
ii i FACTORS I largest and beat appointed Medical Collegesin business of the late firms'of HEIR & RUST unusually good. Tho property is offered for character for honor and integrity has not been I the piesent Constitution Have we better;

, ANDScntral the United States. and HEIR, RUST A CO, will be settled bj ale for division among the heirs. For par- assailed, and that satisfies me in the belief I lor-wuerr et' purer men ,than"ft.- atnonr to-

Commtssron illmljantn The Museum has been selected in every RUST & MEAGHER.1IEIK iculara apply to that i if elected, he will faithfully carry ont make another f Made in the fre&hneiilaad '
; part of Europe with the greatest care and is RUST & CO. L. II. B. WIHTAKER, EnficM, N. C, the principles set forth in the platform, and I purity of the morning of. diHlu&toryroalw

; I fOSTJf COMMERCIAL W H A R F, rich in ,specimens, to illustrate every department Tallahassee, July 20, 1860. or f;. ,Yo GAMBLE Tall.iha.ssce 22-tf, Fla.May which in his letter of acceptancehe not only I )y patriots wko had struggled through,com

. r r. Hiircrri, I 26, 1860. endorses but eloquently] defend | mon dangersj consecrated by the presiding-
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: t L. TOTSO, } Charleston, S. C. There are three large Hospitals free to the COP.UTXERSIIIP.TIlE Wahulla Circuit Court.-In Equity. The noidcst argument (if it may be dig I spirit of tho great fcarcfen of the Resolution,
t, L TCJT.0 I Students. business of the above firm will be car- nified so much) against him is the secession j I and hallowetlby t every recollection that ,ca

f' t W 50WELL The rooms for practical Anatomy will be on as usual at the old stand by the Mary E. Lawrence, ) and disunion clement that mingled in his endear, and strong in every promise that can
. tht absence ot one of op r,firm. Mewr D. C. subscribers, who entered iuto Co-Partucrship I vs. f Bill of Divorce.
if Constitution
IX opened about the middle of October. nomination, and for that reason Union Whigs I inspire hope- our present can-
ViLMn & SoN.of TalUhtuee, FU, will rrpre- on the 1st instant Francis M. Lawrence, ) 1
ap.. should not support him. That bugbear will not command the respect of fanaticism I cnn
.'. cftt. fur IS.,.rrccirr. and ftdrtuce upon kit Cotton defln.a I FACULTY: RUST & MEAGHER. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court not Jeter me. I simply demanding our rights onfide in no other agreement with the fauwtk.

IIANCKELTLINO A NOTV'EM., J. C. MOTT, M. D, Professor of Sunrcrv. TailahasseJ&iiv 21, 1860. _1. by affidavit filed, that the defendant in this under tho Constitution endangers the Union, short of an absolute surrender. .

Jin 31. 60. 6 Oiarieclon, S. C. J. F. IIEUSTISS M. D, Prof., of Anatomy., I Jill resides' out of the State of Florida, it is let those who refuse those rights answer for "Fortunately, the powers of the General
I, -- NOTICE.ALL ordered that a hearing be had upon the facts it. Never will I vote otherwise Government on this subject might be regarded
GEORGE: SCOLLIXSU i \%tM. II. ANDERSON, M. D, Prof.of Physfologv by or con-
I itd.l.tcd to the late firms of hargcd in said Bill before the Judge of the in.
ant ratllO persons cede a right to save it. Thrice is he armed charity, as an open Question,
nUn & fiffnitstlUr shi t : GEO. A. KKTCJ1UM/M.ogy. D, Prof of Principles -. & RUST, and HEIR, RUST & Middle Circuit of the Statcuif Florida on the who hath his quarrel j bt" And our gallant resistance ta tne mere election of n" person'

TALLAHASSEE. fI.Or.IDI,. and Practice of Medicine.F. : CO., will call and settle their! accounts due on first Monday of October ucxt. It is further Yancey may safely trust that triple armour entertaining different views from ourselves,

I' rfOJict rtr tit Slate Bank A. ROSS, M. D, Prof of Materia Medica 1 January let, by cash or by note ordered, that a copy of this order be published to defend him agtimmstall the shafU tfrat envy night not have been so easily i] defended; tut
I. J7b, 5', 1S60 9 I and Therapeutic RUST & MEAGHER.Tallahassee in the Floridian and Journal] once a week malice and hatred ran hurl at him, and all to rtiiit the succes of nth a paTty,wiLl c'PUpoM

GEO. w iToNXNIGri-- P. E. GORDON M. D., Prof. of Obstetrics July. ] 21. 1860, 30_ for the space of three months. the charges of disunion made by Lllipnt"an _, tIO", ccr"o luftgtr e' ngm-id.-u'--
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW, : and Diseases of Women aud Children. jrsrp RECEIYE.v"v""" V Passed at Chambers this 29th day of June, intellect. I have yet to see the evidence of other than a riyfif and a .OVTT;' beCance,
,\. I). 1800. his desire to dissolve the Union since these decisions by the Court aoch a .
S TALLIHASSEE FM.it J. W. MALLE1, Prof. of Chemistry. EXTS FINE GOLD WATCHES, except upon
tJ'"OfIirf' Mrstri. Amc & Unl,'. Drug Store GORONWY OWEN, M. D, A. P. HALL VT I. is seeking nothing bat a plain, open
tt Inl. 160. 19lyClias. )I. D., Demonstrators of Anatomv.I. Gold Spectacles. CIutaLiiu Chains 20th 1860. 3m-27. Soul! would] be a Union man under all cir and defiant violation ef t e law,th law which

. DrL V-CS't, D. SCHMIDT, M. D., Prosecutor of Surgery Cold and Silver Pen and, i'eiacil Ct.es, "'"NOTICE?' cnmstanccs ; and where ho leads I dare follow makes us equals, and snSmit to diem,is to
in this fight, at least. On thecoatrary, submit to traitors and by the .abmiJ>'11,
DEALER IS- Silver Ware, JlX months] after the first publication of ourselves would become *" the
in the foundation is l V
Address] W. IT. ANDERSON my opinion now laying acces'-
6muitS sail l1uaisiDlts 6 tnera1I)!. ] 14. 29-3ra Dean of Plated do, J this notice the undersigned, administra- broad and deep] -embracing the Union in its rime of trea.iOU, am* .V- .0. ag* nst,a Go,.
p --.'- July Faculty. Pocket Cutlery, trix of the estate of J. I. L. Green, deceased, limits for "! divested ofAk'.i -'" tne rebels leek to- destroyoTecstisc
.. LL ordm the CASh will meet Metal Fish Bobs Ac. Ac, and for sale a party truly nation ; it
tecompaDirii by late of Leon will her final
A county, present a< protects our firesides our
MILES NASH & CO viall ".tr-,0"* '
_. .. .. ... w v *"
r- *\. niib jtromfit atlcntior. low at J-J' k # -.WU" 's. -., MM.W.V' uv ira jtrwirobate other heresies, that will be sdeceaslut under I property and our alL? This statos tha conJiuon -

'krlL r.kraarr_ Mtl8CO. __,_.JL._ ..s- Dealer la Ilrag WoAtvixroa tae -- 1 T.Jtl'--- ---' 1,-t8GO.------ .- 31--,--' of Leon county and ask to be disharged. the banner rf Constitutional Equality in I strongly, but fogiif.never'.lead io a

HENRY L. RUTGERS, TVST received from New York, per bark BL\CK-SMITIHNG ELCY GREEN Adm'i.Julie the Union, and I hilend to assist in rearingthis truer concluaioo, nor patriotism n. to- a

COMMISSION MERCHANT. J 1:. II. Gamble, a general assortment of ar- rp undcr-igncd has resumed l work in town, .30",_I860._ 27-6m. __ glorious superstructure call it what you oblerowe." -

FLORIDA. icles in our line such as Oils of almost even L and has opened a Shop in the same building NOTICE may. The nomination of Bell and Everettis This i the patriotic language of the Jlon*

T IBCML TAI.LAHSSEE adYIlUee8 made,011 Cuttoa or Tobacco Lind, Burning Fluid, White Lead, Zinc and with! Mr. Kuhu's Carriage Shop, oppositethe hereby given that at the next session of i simply an attempt to revive the old Whig n. II. 11:11.: In U" game letter he say. that

Li*.MHefil to Li ii frienJ in K,w York. other paints Window Glass of best quality, I Exchange,where all kinds of Black-smith-I Is L the (General Assembly, application will be party minus their principles ; it was unsuccessful Dou'rlas's doctrine- 'M dangrofl8 'td: the
tar SIGHT EXCHANGE on NEW YORK in Potty, Brushes) Potash, Soda, Sparkling Gelatin in"- will be done with neatness and despatch. made for an alteration of or amendment to in its pjilmiest day, and what can be South M SewatdV Let 11 oppo8Wa'n<>
I ...tll cuit pirchaMn H. L. R ;, London Mustard, French Brandy (very He can refer with confidence to those who the Charter the Peusacola and Geo. and the expected of II now ; its brightest intellects talk about revolution" direct tbeir Mshnlvt

fcpt 7, '.55 37 ____ beat) for medicinal purposes, Spices Pepper, have patronized him heretofore for the char- Tallahassee Rail Road Companies.July mouldering in the dust, and not a recruit from II Mr. Hill-Mid not-at the TinKs-.-CohtibuBRBCKINRIDOK >

r VeXU'GDT, BEARD ( Op, Lemon Syrup, Inks, Quinine, erunan Bark, acter of his work. 28, 1860. 31ADMINISTRATOR'S either party to supply their places I If, as Time:.
VI'I Fluid Extract Btichu, Ac, &C. and a general FRANCIS PAYNE. -',' -.' "- ,' -- --, .'. many believe, it is the duty of every party to a -
J QQWiSSiaK( MERCHANTS assortment of Popular Patent Medicines. Wekeep January 8, 1858. 2tfORSALE NOTICE. rally to time strongest ticket to defeat Lincoln, iw MISSOURI.-An immense

$4hi SAVANNAh. none but the very best and hope to merit : -. '- ' Laving claims or demands may we not reasonably expect, from present Jreckinridge meet lg was held at Jefferson:

!l' T\V McNrHT 1 I W. K. BKAID, your patronage. 1 > ALL inst persons the estate of Jabcz B. Bull, deceased indications, that Breckinridge and Lane will Missouri, on the 20th nit] Two gr three of
J,IEI O.M&I., I JouAuj DCllllAlII. MILES NASH & CO. i PLANTATION IN JEFFERSON COUNTY. them receive many such votes, and result in their the candidates just elected on the State ticket -

il. '2 1860. 36-1 y _ March 29, 1856. 18__ OFFER for sale my PLANTATION in authenticated, are requested,to the to present undersigned,within properly election by the people f It can and will be declared for Brcekinridge, soda_ large nnra-

ii A.1exGa111.c, M. D. PAPV HIGH AUC11:. I Jefferson county. It consists of 1,00.0 two years from this date or they will be done, unless combinations of the Bell and ber of leading men came out for his tirfet. -
II..0 PKALCE IM Douglas parties prevent it, which arc already! Among them wa Benj. M. MIMOJ.jt'lt el- '
cleared and"those
PAPY ARCHE'R.A acres of fine Cotton Land, 670 acres barred ; indebted will nviko pay !
> Dry Goods, Provisions, and of this 500 acres are fresh. This tract nent immediately. JAS. H. BULL, hinted at.Judge. cd Secretary of State; George W. I-tough,
. T TOR N E Y S AT LAW _.n.-- President of the lioard of Works ; Alfr.d W.ilorrison .
Pensacola and bonis
the de
toGrooerie lies within 10 miles .of Administrator non.
'War Tallahassee, Florida. Taney and Judge Douglas.The I just elected State Treasurer Jude
In GeneraL Georgia Railroad, is well watered and adjoinsa August 4, 18CO. 32-8w ;
.4. _>,T, 9$8, 46-tf {Flor. copy July 0. 185:._ 28__ large body of good piue land abounding in -- -- -- -..- .-- Washington State, now under, the I Du ncom Clerk of the Supreme Cowrl ;W.

I.. R. H. BERRY Sulphur Springs the best of timber. Apply to NOTICE.------1 control and management of Miles Taylor & I It Starke,State School Connmsioner;Judge-
!*. E. W. GAMBLE, Tallahassee. IX months after date, the Co., has started the absurd story that Chief Canton and Ewing
cc* 1CCTIOSEEB AND COMMISSION NEW PORT, FLORIDA. 20,- 1860. 22 S present his final Justice Tancyc is"an earnest advocate of the The correspondent of tnvSt. Louis BnMe-
if* MERCHA NT L. A. MADDEN respectfully informs ,, the Judge of Probate of Leon county, as (x-I election of Mr. Douglas.] This story ia utterly tin, writing from Jefferson City, tnns 'ti-
bit .T.u.aukMee.Fla..5ept. ll.i8&S. ??_ ARDSON'slllTsU LINENS DAMASKS mates the vote of the State in 'November
ILBtU MRS. friends and the who desire -, RICH officio administrator on the state of V. false. The venerable Chief Justice it :
HDWABD Iff.: WEST, public may DIAPERS &c. late of said and ask .' Breckinridge - 55,000
-d1 to visit the SULPHUR SPRINGS for Skrine, deceased, county, not the earnest advocate of Mr. Douglas'
.to hclloBcer and tommlsslon Merchant, icalth or pleasure, that she has had the W"a- riONSUMERS of Richardson's Linens and to be discharged: therefrom. I election" nor even a quiet supporter of his Bell ,_ _4 />pO
, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. L/ the II. T. LOCKER Fx-officio Adra'r that Lincoln] .- Jj opo
hulls HOTEL put in good order, and is prepared those desirous of obtaining genuine pretensions. Judge Taney, true
pfcOMPTattentiontion given to Conrfgnment that the articles theypur I 7 1860. 15-Oin and Which has markedhis Douglas - 5OOO0
In.r.. Roomi nest door to Ame. & Lively's. to accommodate them with Board and goods should see __April dignity propriety ever _
Dnj, U>re. [Nov. 8,7859. 45 XKlging. Her table will be supplied with chase are sealed with the full name of the firm, P- I course has taken no active part ira political .
T.N NOTICE. affairs since he has his COLe ANDERSON OW THE STDMr.-Wo HTV.
accepted present
the best the market affords-inclnding FRKSHisn. J. N. RICHARDSON, SONS & OWDEN,
'U.K. CALL T. w. ItEYARDIa.CALL' MONTHS after the of and it would be Fad\ to learn that Hon Thomas L.Anderson
BRET.AltD ? The Bath House at the upper springis of the soundness and durability QIX publication high position, utterly impossible -
fine condition for and has given as a guarantee O this notice,the undersigned executor of for him to sustain Mr. Douglas in. his IS about to take the ttamp,mid will nvas
in bathing,
Nab A'ttorn.oys a 1 La"'OCT, of the Goods. the northern of tire State for'tire candidates -
Branch recorded of part
FLORIDA. satisfaction to all who may have u&itcd the This caution is rendered essentially necessary the last Will and testament of N. N. direct opposition to the opinions

TALLAHASSEE G KMaeUted UMoueUe II the practice of Springsthisseason. 29 July] 14, 1860."Li ., quantities of inferior and defec- deceased, late of Leon county, will presenthis the court, and to his individual opinion as of soona, Constitutional Dtemocraey. ;
as large Anderson entlirwiastfc In Wa
HA'I the rendered in the Dred Scott W' 3ol. n
final such to case speak aopportf
their MTTICCS to the account, as
hMw, They Law,wiU offer practice profeta'tonal in the Circuit Coorta of R-{E Y of
and scaled with the name by
Ie Mi3aie'Disirictth Supreme Court and District PATENT SOCTHltB be discharged. JOHN D. BRANCIL he assertion of the Douglas organ in thunatter his utmost to secure for them the'yot of
Court of the United Stttei at Tallabaaaee. Irish Houses who, regardless of the injury May 12, I860. 20-6m Executor. If Chief Justice Taney votes at the Missouri in November. He is one' of theM -

-I tiTOfficein RUle.n'Dew building,over the Sout1ltiller. :EIacWsTNDIVIDUAL thus inflicted alike on the American consumer '"--"-" .-- -- - : Presidential! election it will not ba for Douglas <>st oratar and m<.t popular men in tfla-
.r.ilR..4i3nk- RIGHTS to use this PLOW and the manufacturers of tie genuine Goods NOTICE. I but for that true Democrat and upholder State, Bud will yield, an ,iuuneo8G., nftuence.
_.IIA:31. 1660. 4-tf J. in Leon county, sold by will not readily abandon a business 80 profitable Months after the first publication of I of the Constitution, John C. Bruckinridgej hronghout the section which be prepuce to

hwp r. MOGuL. A.-:talk.- -?-AJALC1.---... FRANCIS PAYNE, Blacksmith. ,while purchasers can be imposed on with SIX notice, the undersigned will present Baltimore Htpablican canvass. His first speech will be delivwwi at.
Hogue & Amaker, Tallahassee, May 12, I860. 20 Goods of a worthless character* Iris final] accountand vouchers to the Judgeof --' Paris in Monroe county, on tae first BTadaf.

, IHIORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW J. BULLOCKE & J. B. LOCKE, Ag'ts York. Probate of Leon county, as executor of the The LouisvilleKy.( .) Courier publishes the in September. We hope others of or-ablo-
AND Fulton Foundry 36 Church St, New
will imitate Col. Andenofft '
Florida estita of A. L. Fisher, deceased, late of said speech of lIon. James B. Clay, in behalf of speakers exanvHC -
Tattakasttc, 39.1
Sept. 24, 1859. and take the at -8l. Lout
FLORIDA. ask be stump
TALLAHASSEE, and to discharged.ALFRED
the of county,
tlAVE formed a C'o-partoeralaip pia.iiw Breckinridge and Lane, and makes the following -
" *l lAW. tad will attdai to ao/ profrMiOMi lmn- JOHN OARDY Proprietor. New Goods. A. FISHER, Ea'tr.April comment Bulletin. _._ _ _ .. _
* ks entruited to their ato. I 28, 1860. l8-8m The Richmond (Va.) Examjirer_ -
ri-.. M.y1S8 __ .21 STEAM ENGINES from 6 to 35 horse _' N The name of Henry Clay ia ono so intimately "The speeches of Mr. Doogl ia ti..Stat
& built to order ofthe best material and INDUCEMENT. NOTICE. linked to the affections of the people,
MILES} .NA"SH. & .CO.B power, tARE seemto have done him no eervJevlwra TWr.
tIf. workmanship and M cheap as can be pur. months after the first publication of this that we have deemed the sentiment of hi must ensure him ntter condemnation fat tLis

J. ] & i );lCedicinei.&e.heirfriendsandth .' chased in New York or any Northern city draw the attention SIX the undersigned executor of the cherished and truly patriotic son worthy of State Rights Democratic State." .
'tTOULD ioroma pob. and laid down in Florida. Castings for Saw I BEG leave respectfully to adjoining last Will and testament Archibald Graham, consideration, Mr. James B. Clay stands to The Examiner also s"ys-"Orr Saturday
- .It lie.that) tUyhat.o.fc$j d a goodaaMn-_ their Mills Gin, Gearing, Ac, &. constantly oil I 'of the citizens'the Tallahassee that'I in- deceased late of Leon county, will presenthis day before the people Kentucky as the emI night the lIon. R. A. 'Pryor aairras ta*
fact am now
t of kepi la counties to _
such article an jweraJly in ,
12 to 18 inches bodiment of conservative sentiments and before
ile hand. Sugar Mills from final account as such executor,to the Judge ,I of Richmond We Lave seldom
assorted Democracy
of baaineai tad w \pjttt'vrlWM\ } cf and well .
8. ,btlppliu, Their term.ahaUk ie.o blo. diameter always on hand or made toorder. possession a AND complete SUMMER STOCK, Probate of said county and ask to be,discharged the Union as the worthy successor of seen a larger meeting in thecftyi .The large
beautiful of Iron Railing for SPRING G. PONDER Ex'tr his father's honors. Though the shafts 'of
"anlbune.Jlily8th.1Ul._. Some patterns OF W hail Vas crowded, and for mon Q t&sa thaW
grave yards &c. COMPRI8IKO April28, I860, 16-6Q1 envy and malevolence] have been frccquently -,hours the held hu jn aeute.
oCUoa1 o't1.oe. 'Boots and Shoes Fan speaker aodltory
Goods Clothing,
executed ,
Dry leveled his cbaracter-
work of all descriptions l ] against political by
4 Jobbing and them f, their
t. TirtOR. '* B05P Straw and Millinery Goods attention, amply repaid r
AU orders addressed ey NOTICE. venal and his
and despatch. corrupt cuirass-gnardec
with neatness
DRS. TAYLOR fc BOND attendance. It is not our habit toenlogisa
AC ueoouted the praetioe of MflliciDe.Office to John Cardy, Tallahassee, Florida, I Groceries and Ware MONTHS: after date the undersigned breast has so far successfully defied all their of kind
H in Watches and Jewelry, Ac, SIX hastings speerhes or speeches any ;
at the Old Stud of Dr.Taylor.T'flahaeee will be promptly aUeaded to. {resent her final accounts- and vouchers assaults. reputation,Bayard-like,is"with but this addres was w thy of the highest

1- February 8, 1859. 7Planter's fZrTtriM Co h. & fSPECIAL which Grateful I offer for astonishing thc'liberal patronage iowpricea.'heretofore to thj, Judge of Probate of Loon county, out fear. and I without reproach." commendation. His exposure of the errors
-0- as,executrix the estate of Lewis P. Holla&ayr --0--- and ef tW of
Hotel.) bestowed me jespectfafly solicit a of reasoning? dangers pthien
NOTICE. upon deceased, late of said county, and ask to The New Orleans Delta gives full
t. continuance of the same, and invite, the public a report JndgeDovgiaeiv.complete ami toncfaatve.
'Put Snbierib havIng TJAVINC purchased theinterest : bdisced therefrom. of the proceedings, of Breckinridge and
tv I ibo Hotel r.p.p1ITCha..ia- ; ._H. Cardy in the Falton Foundry, as well as to call and'LAWRENCE give tas a triaL- OHLMANtf Respetiully, .1JflIA G.HOLLADAY, EIe utrix. Lane meeting in thai city, at which MJT.Claiborne A Lior Is TIlE Pcurr 0- ,TfceHer.. W.
l business
i i.rrie, and (e" all accounts due the concern; *he July 21 I860. ?0 6mNOTICE. .
Tie Delta
*11 that 1860. 16 spoke. report : Booth Laving been laid aside By indisposition
it it now opened for hereafter be conducted by-me ,-Those April _. __.
O.\a1l1lG of PERMANENT. *n .
. : G. C. TOWNSE.'D.. I indebted will please come CARDY. ..NOflCE.APPUCATION ) half speaking, retired amid unbound officiated for him on Sunday,last, in Bet&seda -
t .Llatg.bee,, Mar 1 J6O. -- 19tf.AT their aecounte.JOHN will be made st the nesiXsession SIX MONTHS after date the undersigned enthusiasm, and the Yfenmg Men'' Breckin Chapel, Newcastle.] ., The lady grounded

COST January, .1860.. _2-ly .._.. of 'tbe'General Assembly of the present her final accounts and vouche ridge and Lane'Quii.then paraded the city I her discourse on Strive to enter. m at the

NOTICE. J 'I State.of Florida for a Charter of Ravjrow to tK, ndge of Probate Waknlla county in fine style, with band of music i variegated straight gate--&e -and the Iarg&. aodiencv -

.A HOPKINS &,:CO. PPLICATION will 1 be-plAde- to the'next commencing- atjwme:'point 6n the:Gtilf afar ; as almnistratrix| on the ,estate,of, Jesse lanterns and banners. Their course was which had congregated to hear,sc ,ykb evident
tI AC of.ri, their Urg &ock of sOX ME R, 1 l to late said the main ofthe and was '
** DatSSGOODS JOa A of the General AmbY.A4St.ata or between DrHizbr'3ndAIac1iicola Wigging OO of county, and through parts city, intent listening to her chaste jjo fbr-
AT reaneidbs".cADJE. session:
** JACONET BERAOC ROBE $ for a Charter for .a Raflroaa',from;tte conitwpn.GeoLLor: : in' thedirction ask to bi dacharged.i marked by no offensive noises, and groans, viI eloquence for upward faa himr.serrice .'
: 'E APpLETLSSJE5OjSUMMaSIth.. teis of the Bt Johns to'Iodian.RiWfJaly ff TaUltese,, ):i ANN WIGGINS, adnVx. and inhuman yells'_:an example we hop ww a wr effective' On; .'

':a"fj. 13,180.infit*ba atUnU 25 *pnrcbuert, -- .:< 21, 1850,, ;?30 ; }u11..28JS60 StiX4a' July?!, 1860. 30-6m ,soon to see obtam generally] with all dabs. pI '. .I' -'Zf. -


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J.a Lewervtt MtoMtall Tftratfd .p'AJn.0iare Yrithe SlYahiaINW'8inigiurspsen1mJ a;
Bill.altif ."
TJ fl.eteft
; I wards:)* -dspiRe! wllh the &,-, ,The cw..ofJeIua belt 1Iponb! anau contnmf1tf *-- )Lererett. Snhowtall wrote ,-epjy.to a ... ,-5 ,Q1etciT.P.L,1&T 14th,186r.EdiIera.t
I rib .. t '
TIle Boston In :' of the
in ISM gentleman Alabama .addreaMd ZdwinlfiTerettla Qvrirr, aq .
the )
# tIr Homestead Bltlaad tha-co nection of t&bo >*a* t**"&* Nebraska, \

:&f1 : It it 1Utt t MtrruttW np to hi* Totijp for the rejection of Kansas as a auto reference to his vlew,oa certain question"wehave ._:BeIra>Evci! U-iiwfcflDg ttp& 5WnI low's, pr :'SdctdaTV+ 1uI sad trt,5.
ln' tba&yS i:7.;
eaW thfrewtt1a.cormtaeai aftTJa&g tatton: the aub- State tahaa/kaa been thoroughly condemned, by all heard"nothing of Mnu On:
TALAZ. f parttof Bojt&i It>raa condemned by; both parties the Bell-Everett of Ward Ko! 11, Boston had a I The fail wtajflaijrfBph$ from the fc. Slat Rag eongreaaknalmrt'hVre. *"i.X; OD sfi
tJ( (t Paper"& thi *thvlnU .W. epeatthatuteadmeni meta fs1 thiSnoSl paper ol tiietac, pdbBabed.at the T -
: union which Mr. Saltonetall made in the in seni, a ivtous
\ 'BeB'iPoeed waa'an independent pro- heL gfcirtiriofBWorn:8uteta'lH64and by thcpeople at speech cUy of Do* )1&abows how tie wfadi blowing poin&-
II..ti1) 14.Tht had it been adopted after It Va per- ftierW in *:'G and 67. ,A Urge portion course of which bespoke follow. of"the "SVgw'.bf at.,w..ne "pet I"v epuhIIciiu.wk1l.Iowa ment, andliad tb 1 tl.eut. ( adI

of hto'pj aig>uppartrs ip Gforgfi declared in concntlon Tenncstec'WohnBelU .' is M, M will at sacs by Its gthtl*lamitloni .ot'etbe drt. In: quite V '! it._citizans. br. .
cosiitltuti4 I I
byHta author h would bate per- '
) jed fU 4 taken fee Bell and. Ewvtt \>J fttpecUUereatlomfflhitbatti
.tMm.titut1aa or White bating been eqiei that tiey conVl nt ytfpatVlze nor affiliate iBOppoaawn aB5airaavr e.p mffltri
; eit ? been one of thc v
DRY hu. vd w ojwrin / and with the RepnJ.Ham
0W ; lid As first Iher/Hir wfl ajJtMief ef Joust BELL. The slavery; but_"We dt? uotwjgb tolntsltfar*) 1'Ws'the Tbe 'JIhllgC\IIUoD aboUt .Iu1aa--Ecu 'i7 ea *uI7.eepth an* ttt*diKOmon .comment**
grmteabollII u measure ever propped. government of the slave States. When the Sage of
I .' FOBfRCSIoiKTi offered Bell proposed to give a land certificate for editor of the central organ of his party in thta State B. Quincy wa fighting for the right of petition of antlhlavery vnougli a' to a p1st!form which may mean anything b y Mr. Hilton our worthy and patriotic stsadwd.
or nothing, but it contain to Repebflesas
neither sympathize ;John Bell was on his side. You find b earerwhotookthostaadalbalflsthlL8t
not }. Alien declared that .e can men
head of "who was a here.
a ,
HON. JOHN C. BBECKINRILG17 160 unto every him standing firmly against the repeal of the Mls- himself to audience he
presenting Ihe was
affiliate with who made thisoasureithe a ertned
4; free-holder nor thc owner of a leasehold estate of ior any man war upon I B&LL Ann EVEKETT fUTnm.-P1nuant t notice
.* soiirt Compromise and for these things the South
; of the friends of Bell and Everett in with the most flattering manifestations,which
OT BKNTCCET. desired m ( admission of. Kanww: as a slave State] a meeting 1rTt
the value of fc OO, whether much head Of a family calls him an anti-slavery man. That la the man for
cq is vital Ihe of the and the national conservative who ia opposed to Polk county was held in flattery Uall on Saturday only surpassed by the applause which followed at
J .. to emigrate to the Territories or not, with the that to peace country rights men-a man m at. The attendance wa quite respectable Repttb- the
: FOR VICE I'RJ.SIDEl\ Northern extremists and Southern extremist" of his allotted hour. His main
: proviso that if the certificate was assigned,the atf'gnet of the South." With what consistency then can they I li cans, Douarlas men and Brn-kinr d je men a I attending expiration topic u
: Kind Mr. Saltonstall-he don't Intend to Interfere l natural to the character the vindication of himself sad his party from the
-GEN. JOSFPII LANE 11 before he could a patent, occupy the land p i rcss the claims of John Bell upon thc people when to gratify a curiosity as n-

or OIYQ1. .Rw tternHff, to the forms get and eonditioM of 1A. ad"- t:hey themselves have condemned him in thc inot-t with the "go" r.nmcnt of the slave States!J" That is I and \\'Ilrpotell I' of.the Crawford meeting.secretary.Judge MeHmry. The Judge presitle J est charge of diranion; (that beIDc'Ole 0II1r taPi of

some consolation. He likes John Bell because he the opposition orator,) aad hi* success
# -0 that i Is for five year*. That thta wa the meaning of positive term for his "free: soil affinities* Smarting I poke at length applauded by Use BeiwMimw when was trn
Is clear for Mr. Bell under the repeated dlsapp'roval of his course by was on the side of the "Sage of Quln., when the be scored the Democrat, and by the latter when be more than a simple 'trinmphl TFT. chalkngfil the

,' FOR r JlIP.XlJAL f LECTORS. CKO. the original provision plalnlyt people of Tennessee he pledged himself to resign "Sage orQDln y" was on the North side 01 a popular pitched Into the former. Tbe Douglas men seemed rlosetf Knitlny Into tie Democratic Platform,of tha j i
);iiiit WlCALLvrf Nassau. said, (p. 107.) "I will lay to the Senator from I' question. Unfortunately for Mr. Bell, be bias had to enjoy the Judge's thrusts at Brwklnridge. Some record of Its national candidate and of their
hU scat in the U. 8. Senate if he was not *u- iI
that thc transferee takes upon the conditions of this of his statements and positions were obviously erroneous I
.AlidJIP, : ANDERSON; of Jefferson. I a leaning for the North side of nearly all the great I bent avpporter, and, lastly, of his own record. Bhe ,
did I
bill he no title unless he and aettlea."- taincd at home. The Legislature of his State considering but the speaker not mean to impose open
: fst4.. M. GORJUE; of Frankliu. ; gets goes that he had betrayed his trust, requested I I national questions for almost a quarter of a century. liis audienceIlls own naiad had been abuse did not atop here. .Wtth_telling, rreahmg eff t '
"Thctranufcrree cannot bold It unless be and
goes thinks he will do. We Judge Williamson and J. C Savory followed Judge the into Africa"
Therefore Mr. Saltonxtall canted war by readt&f hia
hMr ,'. poa.uTEfUUTEI : enters, and cultivate, according to the terms and him to resign. Notwithstanding his former language, McH. Their remarks were brief and their conclusion the

East -J IUKS: Grrrw of Hillsborongh. provisions of the bilL" It woe shown that the amendment he refused to be governed by the power to which he : think Mr. Saltonstall ought to confine himself his *. like those of the speaker manifestly wrong.AH .- editorial of the.. Sentfittl white.,nnder the control'of ,
owed his elevation.He legitimate duties of conscience-keeper for Mr. Everett these speakers have sympathized with the Repub- his opponent from the speeches o( the isande.111JohnBdUtheVWSfPac'H.V.Jon.oS:5adUo tl( C
Middle would .worthlea for
Vf. thus why
H. explained,
MITCHELL: of Madison.Wtt and Its confidence. They do violence -
and let Bell alone. One anti-slavery man on a l'tul party, enjoyed "
; DILL vhould a certificate which could'only had an eye always to the future, and to the support .
man bag
JOlI.Du'ot'F.seambia. a to themselves by following a s Ulonary movement
ticket ought to satisfy the dear good conservative latter-day "*mW tW, H. B. HID ofG
available to him on the condition that be settles the of that powerful and growing North which be We trust that they will .be satisfied of this orgia1B4
roa ASSISTANTS SaltonsUll, and his speeches might not do his Southern the farts then wjth marked courtesy called to the stand I,
: f when reflect
act maturely
land when he could get the same quantity of land had"sustained In Its faeorite polity through every they more, upon oervenerabfe
JC>nt -K. M. GRAHAM, of Levy.J. vicissitude of political fortune." Tea he was ever brethren any good. We suppose they will treatit before tie conntry. If they ever had a reason for to- fellow-citiaen. Gen R. K. Call, The fefcr, '
from the government fur oJung on the same couditiu -
with the Republican *nlziitU>n-Uat rea
letter the in Alabama-with operating of the latter addressed hut
did his to man gentleman winter
L. TATOM, of Monroe. ,._. Whereupon, ifr.. Bell. modified hIs amendment courting the favor of"that North with whom he had as they eon, s. Jar from losing force by'the action! of the Chicago to hit II

1 It -. Middle-RICHARD BKAOFOKP, of MILJiSOli.JJ so M to u-''..>) a. -"'_Mn"
t" -ISAAC WELCH, of ".altoll,. an assignee, J** at avfMaUea* land teamntt imuft ..-iMitrayca tne Democratic party in iaso; tjutB At tIN maine meeting, a Mr. Billiard made quite a at this junctare. 7/
I o : "under thtattof C.proridingfor,I soldiers i. ,**>i. with whom be bad co-operated in reviving finished declamation the course of which, after >* atlwyo., lie woUld not hem caked the chasge of a ,ifhfmamdiitJiiomutit did eel He ill the motof frDS
all the alluding to Brccklnridge as tne'."-niched candidate plant In tM Kepublica* platform. to s\rye him ."
Heral or Dovgtat party with
FOR : tnt JBTKW .t" do oo itU4IrS to Mr measures of John Adams' administration Tt*.wnffilnf appointed delegates to attend a State

--r GOnRNorx.r _> N Bell, and In order to show that the'&s1i.e I Is pro* ; that Notti,"'llh whom he had labored for .I of the pro-slavery and secession school he endorsed convention to tic w M at a time M,
or JACKSON C"'IIITt". fonndly Ignorant of the whole matter when it says United States Bank and a high protective Tariff; that I Mr.Jell as follows: specified." plum and complete which was attested by the ronod I 4

that this modification ..trivial, we quote from h North, with Thorn he had Combined to deflwit the acquisition On the other hand, bow Is It with Mr. Bell? lIe We publish the above to .liow our Bell reader.P I apphinte that greeted him a* he retained kit ML I q

.i FOR CONGRESS : ow language, p. 1107: of Southern Territory In the admission of r : public has been sentiment all his life of the in South.opposition He is to protectionist thc dominant; I what their party Is composed of North,and easy Then came forward the candidate of the Bell purtj Si

: 10. --rON' Mr. BU I bave modified my amendment bya. Texas; that North, with which he had voted against j the Sonth la for free trade. He was in favor of the it I Is to satisfy a Republican that Bell "will do." The B. F. Allen who,after a graceful exordium ia 1Ihirla

? floP LCft. ing, aer the word. 'transferable". th 10rc his own section la opening the doors of Congress for United Suites Bank,the South was not. He opposed assertion that Bell would have accepted the nomination he thanked the Opposition of Gvtdidr for their i inurn- T

COUnT. naiable" so as to make the which abolition petitions, in thc South Carolina doctrine nullification. lie protested at Chicago,on the Republican platform U worthy F mentality In securing his nomination for the I
.. *- shall be assignable and transferable, applying the Wilmot Proviso, against the removal..of the deposits Of all high
r 4 LEON COUNTY NOMINATIONS. and available In the manner and to the same extent to the Territory of Oregon In endeavoring to defeat L the Tennessee delegation he alone favored the reception attention. It Is well known that Bell was spoken position to which he atpired, and admocUhin tlk.wi

j>rovided for the transfer of laud scrip Issued under the compromise measure of 1850, and adopt In their I of petitions for the abolition of slavery in the of by Grrcly, Weed and others as the nominee of audience that he would not attempt to follow hi*

FOR STATE SENATOR the act of Congress,authorizing the issue of thc same stead a plan settlement which would have District of Columbia. He opposed the anneiatlon.of the Republicans, his portrait wait published in some competitor launched oat into a kind of .U
to tb soldiers of the late war with Mexico." deprivedthe lie protested against the repeal of thr M is- II ran&Iap
P. B. BROKAW.AVINOUVER Again, same page: So. th of every Inch of newly acquired Territory II sonri Compromise and resisted the Lecompton Con of the illustrated magazines in that connection I Howthe commentary npon squatter sovereignty,4ii.nio*1Dd. t.S

North stitution. the South Republican of Iowa became so well posted an to am a mallet of fovrte William L. Tancey & n
Mr. I ; that with which he Combined to defeat I There uo man at who more (Bat

FOR kIMhLTME : said It BELL. be want of no to value state; it that would some enable gratlrman those the Kansas bill and to prohibit her admission as a deserves to be called a Southern man with Northern his particular sentiments about the Republican platform later- what on earth would the Bail party hut l'p

J. who bad the right otherwise to a quarter of a section slave State." principles than John BelL we do not know. Wonder if he was consulted done for an argument had not Mr. Tancry kbuBj I 1It'
WRAITlJ, I J. J. WILLIAMS: by baying thc certificates, to bo entitled to And did not that North appreciate hk efforts? Mr. How do the Bell-ringers of Georgia like the pie- on the subject, and declared the platform good? given them the use orb1a euphoneous name?) I tag .

Dr. A. S. COLE. land which at has once Just; but been then rend I,pvdo in the amendment. Seward says, "at lest a sew toiff issues from the South; I tore! If we had called Bell a Southern man with Will brother Barnes enlighten an anxious public?. If recall, at this time bat little of what was said upoa

-- J P shook available cmlficate or warrant Northern principle, we should have been called not, will Mass Grevly solve the mystery that subject with the exception of his .
this of
b to the.. as in thecase atutprotfiU gain mad enterprue [ extending very Minordinar
Tf tkf rttrtBs.ftie FUrUIn' A Jotrul of scrip under,the atc I unscrupulous; and much abuse ha been heaped ou o- to r\difate Lincoln C
I ia act (' providing slavery.] The eokortt art gathering from the South to olana. / attempt and hit piety tna
for thc in the Mexican Mr. Toombs for saying that Mr. Bell had with a few
aBi ,
rostaasff war. the of
olde1 of
moderate ( charge a want fealty to the Constitutloa- Mil
agatout you N favor of freedom and RISE crITXAMMOCSLT The assumed confidence with which some of the
'B, lh. lots of tka VOOKS of the rt,I Mishm >ntvvery We quote 11n from' page 11W: AOAtsrr SLATEKT." He characterizes I exceptions, acted with the North on sectional questions. Opposition claim the vote of Louisiana U amusixg This voluntary moreeau caused many of his put} atheboumetohaugtheIrbaad.andIthoughI
rvi i__vIu4kbIe4Deu Mr. BEU. I tbal] enlarge the prospect of &to Will they repel the soft Impeachment of their 1M
M destmyed. There John Bell the
the holder f as only Southern Senator that had dealt enough, especially when contrasted with the following teari
p 1 were thoonaJs tin .i-tk. hard rni. heyonuWhat eDtempbed originally Massachusetts ally-Ass.stn Dinpatfh, Sept. 11.
e gs of many I fairly with the North. What that vile abolitionist some groan of deep mortification fawning from
t 'If gave a explanation supposed would not says 0 which we find in the New Orleans TJetr a Bell paper 1
TeA" .
oar hands we could go oowhk&ot retard the settlement of the States who wanted JHblc particular portion of the room.
$ new ; bat there Bnrlingtune an anti-slavery I An intelligent correspondent writes from an adJoining of a late dale: Although there.
very great IneooTcuicDc* ; bat we caD pre maybe some difficulty; In that, according the some when the .
Boll's applause
t and an anti-slavery God when he beard Mr. In almost speaker resumed hit
S parish they hh.I.I ratification ,
ret every
oo n. We rely) .'leIylntUs matter on provisions of this Mil, the owner such |, county and says:-
the recollection! of those who re our debtor Whatever :rtftcle would be rm'lk- the iden speech upon this Kansas question! He said, "I also' !! "Please search the Journals of the U. S. Senate, if meetings ; in mnny: of them they have establishedBreckluridgv yet it seemed desperately ipamodif, and cvlactd but 01
I quarter section and I wish to Ocup felt proud to hear the speech of the L dul"! have brought out their orators little manifestation of approbation.
they sliall be ; distinguished
remit considered
may foil tc
a acuitUnce me mollc. you have access to them, and learn how Mr. Bell voted have engaged the ierviv of the local press, and are rid.
,and we appeal to item to respond witbow I ton thc amendment to avoid that dlmcut Senator from Tennessee Mr. BelL" Can we be surprised on the following propositions which were madeto prosecuting the cuva mi vigorously mt If the rrnltof I Ins reply of fifteen mlnatra oar candidate toolocrokion WI

dd.). Surely tliis i. a time, of all ot" ,, when Tbe Srntinet say*, that "the after modification then that the New York Tritnmt, the great the Senate pending the Compromise measures' the Prctjdeutlal rlectkw depended excfunlvrly! 1 to comment POD this extraordinary rladication -

-I delinquent nitron may be tutu appealed to. verbal and Insignificant and did not alter the character abolition organ of the North, should say In 1868,that of 1850 vlx the vote of Ixmiciana. This IK the spirit that merit of the BUck pnbliean party, sad remark BDI

We w aU be glad if Post-maden would famish of Mr. Bell's amendment." Mr. Bell himself con- "tre rill heartily and ZealoUsly support one like Jon : fun-ff-f,and albeit we arc unceinprotnialtigly opposed that he was not so much astonished at it,u Mr.Aflra
1 j
J Mt with a list of July 23d-Mr. Turney of Tcnn. (on the Bill to admit to the doctrine and tendencies of that wing of the _?__
w>4 MkSMtbers llicowclves saSaeriben at their. respective; otficr*, tradicts the &.tl, As the amendment orlgnaly); BELL, for the Presidency!" It said there were several' California) moved that the people of California Democratic party, it lit linponiiible to deny that they bad but a few days before avowed from the stun!, t. C

are invited to send tbei .to the assignee of thc l'lftctt b bfted requisites to entitle a man to the Black Republican' 'j conduct the content with marked courage,ability and that uifLi aA.J It-riM, M *<*ildberUusitake >
".D iaauie_ with be enabled to form State (.
| taU ** to the' time of 1 a nete- .lonttitntion"pmoposing ( tact. port
transfer, had to settle and cultivate the land nomination. Irf h office mtdrr! AUB. Thia revelation
"ppomtioit to thr Kama bill 3 "immeacee.t ur ;
their nbacriptioa", a..ait pGiJ r to serve California as B<-U served Kansas In Meanwhile the Conatitntiimal-Union men .(
Ae. they,"y.recollect, or be ia possctbioti of. I and thc certificate was therefore worthless in his hit dfnvttnrrntfnt of the Isrvrnpttm bill; 3d, hit oppori- ,j Letompton case.) Mr. Turney's motion was lost, Iitolia. to conclude that their large majority In Nvw Orleanswill with marked disapprobation by the whole andiron; tlie

For the present one et bmh of tlie editor of thc b'Dd. hut under the modification the certificate w lbs to the aftjnliition offorriff* Territory toifrrat the See Ir.V,. lkll did ototeteiththeS3. neutralize the adverse votes of the remainder of and I think will be made to tell with crushing tel (

,.' FUrMm* wit, ke fo un4) at the Sentiixl Office rendered. at once e'u3110 a "bounty land warrant 1 rrrrt fdarrry.. After speaking of those at the North I, I I the State. If they have as yet adopted any deckled I, upon the pro pccta of the Bell candidate U tiu aill
(Mr. Bell did vote with thc Si along with Seward, comprehensive and effective organization II
pUn ont
and was this modification that it "At the county.
: .,- --- \.ue. i eDtit.te I I says: South vales see mittndfntand their Hale, Ac.-SenateJuwrnal,p. 468.) side of our citwe..re not aware of the ." To io.
Democratic Mass Meeting. Bell's I'rloltlo. Homestead measure in itscl I! ", U will ernbra'e saris men a*JOHN BELU" Severe ,i Agaln-Ang 10th-California Bill taken cherish the belief that iiirposing gntherin in Ne-w In kU reply, ]r. Allen atttmftrd to tHspt t6I .:

: fc *Beat forgvt that on Had every other section of the bill been voted down abortion! papers professed a willingness to support I up again Orleans, and an indefinite aniouot localized cnthusiaum I. effect of his pe bion by saying that ke only mess had 1
nurtday next, the 37th Mr. Ynlee moved a substitute .
save the one Bell's that their" remanding Ualifvmiat are going to give Bell and Everett tlicrlectoralvote that as all the oflc.were new Iliad Democrat
1.r Inst More embracing proposition, hict froth t knowledge of his past record. by ,
wiy b*a fieutocnUc Maw Meeting In this single to a Territorial condition and limiting her Southern I of I..OuI..L"\n31n the absence of well-directed, ;
I cKy..which section would have been a perfect; measure standing Do the mc2 know their 8uuth 'm friend? and 1 I I and aa they seldom die aad sever Mslgn /( s Dm ,1
wfll be not ? zealous and
addreifeed l>y Gen MILTOX the boundary 36 30.-Lo!t 12 to 35. I think Mr. Bell I persevering exertion, is to yield In a preposterous '
: Democratk candidate tar Ov alone, and the &It knows It--thns proving wha. can Floridiau* .'lIvn.t.mlhltle and affiliate" "lth those I delnnion. I rrat should refiase an office tendered by LJaeoU,V 1M
>ernor,and other speak- i here again voted with the 85. The Journals will r I
< *T EvtrybodylstavUed. There will be abundance we said, that Mr. Bell was "the author of :detestable that sustained Sewatli. Crcely, Burlinyirue & Co., In 1 j show. The firs docs not notice the DougLultes in its art would be willing to accept Uir A most lame aid reci

**(rc0r**._ nu provided for and damnable" Homestead measure, and all the their favorite policy J"* cia:. It does not rccm to recognize them as ao clement i Impotent eoneluj on"-a meet rickety excuso.eee!
as many at may sec fit I (Our correspondents right-Mr. Bell did vote with
i. to come. squirming of our cot mporary cannot rtscnc him ------ I I in the politics of tint State. I At this point the pro of the dinenwloa WM IS 5t:
the 85. with Chase. Seward Holt&.-Journal 549.
\ Tbe&llrocld CoCImp D- from u.e'J A Shmmele p.errrrwion.We p. closed bat the old General wkowa prwtat ttrw<>
.. *-vn-IJGE eeD gen But find the following th.5raU1h JkpWcanof I If Mr. Bell did Tote against all these Southern projects N.VThieiee In W wt Florid. I HI
to and, front the meeting for one furor uaneigfabor II guilty of* little "blunder" In I Ir out the debate finding that bU friend bad rot Into Mr
e the 13th inst.: -- I ,it only shows that be was in hot haute to bringCalifornia The Marianna TVfrfo/ of the 12th inst. mars :-We
o muck, eoneladed that something most be done to to tN.
rr HM ( Into the Union with her Squatter Sovereign are in the receipt of a letter from Dr. David L White,
Barbecue at Centreville. which the. &rtf ell makes to his zixWeliave e ii tit d or twfcc t at-5W fI; iiwvoil CQa&mmnns-ramfjn wUBea wfampu*,wire *S.aivjnforuile trieve the fortunes of the day, and so making inn =
prove qfstatLvmnt
agreementwith would n s to decoy
On Saturday the 3k&last Democratic Barbecue inridgc withdraw from the contest ; .he O'l- i Ml of Kansas' admission a* abe off eCe that h* ht t>cvii waatoo'7 .tt.. eoI.b,.oar eta
,a Bell foaUed. Here lathe SmtuuTi language: dcnUjteela that if he duos not, he will be elecVd to long as presented a to wo of Lie nc robov*. They were yonng "

w win be given at CeatreviUe tMWtlch D parties are "He. (Mr. Dawson) said distinctly '1 agree with stay at home as he says in his speech : a pro-slavery constitution. and dccnrol ofl'.ibout the first of this month. Ella dldate, J* h'11. wkitb wa rI"W11tImIt

invited. The Hon. a. K. u..Loar, TL% VILLEriocc my friend from Tennessee meaning Mr. tell. "1 look forward with pleasure to the prox{>eet I ,I I would like also, if I could, to get hold of Mr.Ball's II. Kemp, Esq.., of our county, captured poe of the ro..daUo him., ., however of aitraptlngt and pQ.1I t

bcw. ana oUierswgla drcwOe meeting. Let as ace what Mr. Dawson did say. Here it Ic, ted have States sen-ing for the my next country tlx the" Senate of thc Uni r speech made during that session (:) in boys and the other returned honu. The boys say I a reply to Mr. Hilton, be launched ont *< one hto al

,1 -.0..0. pace 1106: We years. which be wa In favor Qlbrir-rjiny XtifJfefiroTnKi white man in West Florida the horror 01 disunion and gave a meat frlphifal
recommend this :
candid confession persuaded them off
roea Mn.T** will aMreas.tbeelUxens of Chattahooche to his fol I
o- dday, tM 38th September and MariMna J.
S l1Cda tie 29th je of this Is to give the lands to the landless, and if their candidate see b ctrtoiu.Tbe I, (We canm? furnish our correspondent with the they crossed the C'b-attahooi-beeriver to leave the fall us lC we should take any slep: to vinAratr ell tflllb.
> ,, September.
I'- 00 II' '-_.- we had one the, and power if pulley to do required it, it would It, then be a the magnanimous pro'IsIOD Savannah JfrpMiran pretends to be a decent, I speech to which he refers but :It can be found in the telegraph rood, which they,di
I,. T* e BrwocJdnrlclp astd bajie CIn.. of the original bill would be a fair one; but Mill, reliable paper; and jctlu this little paragraph: the t\mg. Glut for 1&&. Bell KIT in i-vor of bringing men who dcroycd otT time boys resides In Westtloridx avowed that the Southern State could sot nwJnttft- :
No/witbvtandiug the iuclemenry of th-weather if the GoveruuiL-nt I.i editors! have been gui'.tv! of a of litlcal their Independence oat of the Confederacy would
on goin to bestow the lands by a piece i*> trick- New Mexico into the CnJon a* a State. It was In Let oar citizen give aa rye to this matter H*]-
las: Saturday ccu1ur. a large audience of Indies and statute, what kind of a statute should It be P A cry that would have disgraced i Bennett of the Ittrald. and the be aubjvgated by the Northern majority ] 'the b- HTJDtitntkm
statute that regulates that speech that lie went tooth and toe n.!' fOr the soon thieves a in be brought to jmtice.-.

fcntlcmcn aiuitided the iiiectiox of the BreckiiiridgendXAne an equal distribution*equality Among; statute whom?that The creates rmtulqtte What Breckluridge did say and the connection in famous Executive Provinc," against Clay, Calbun, There i U yet another negro.with the thief at the time ) of slavery speedily akollabcd< He-Ian,
('". Gen. Theodore W. Brevard addrebMKli triui of the which he said it was this-He had been I charged the apprehension Of' hlr frtjratfsl itatFoT
great fund! Who are they Not the charged with and 01 hC'I'I.) !f. White's negro left, Mho ha not been:' .- .
be Club la a mo,t powerful speech-it was one of I landless the boniclurs, but thc i 1"01'1'' of the States having Intrigued for the nomination for the Presi, .. o The ni.;.'*bad better be on the look out things upon the doctrine of *ceesiion, and tnrun! < scare

r his happiest efforts aud was listened to with pleasure is thcin an clvrs; and to dUribi- them In any other way i dency. That he denied, and went on to fay_ Judge Doaglan 1854hi Construction o 0 to Jurfg' DnPont who wa present a* aeta I
.- outnupon our nAai
iiy the meeting. That the "pel.'If'h was a telling one lice, and all outrage Upon equal, an legislation outrage upon and ju-it A very eminent citizen of the Cousmou wealth of i then onus Kansas BUI. Mn. BBKC-KiTfRii'* soc t5uVP.IIOLDu.-Wbyl 5 demanded to know,of him if the DemomIIJt put? =

f II evident from the roouncnts of the &t>tiMrl. Itt comes viofcuion of Democratic princIpJcs: ;, one of Kentucky (Mr. Guthrie) was presented for that office j The New Orleans Courier says that Judge Douglas! it that not a Brcc ID1.oflet v.Por 1 > In he South baa did not hold secession to be a conrtftmkowl rffct tIe

: eecms to have made war neighbor tremendously un- whlefa! i i to avoid, all f pedal legislation I for the benefit I I I was *gratified were concerned to see It,,and I united a* far cordially nIt my own In presenting deiLvration -, dcuuuda for the Kansas Nebraska bill a construction the been.Sheriffof honest enough Mr. BrcckmnJi'c'16 Piitoi1"1* ?the WD certificate uuly..1n. from The Judge, (who bad k.ea.. partte tb prww* PIg

'No). uIUIaNauigaaaaaj floor who has ever voted for ain special tile i-.zi legislation awn on tbui mm nor the suffrages or the American people; which he himMf refused to give It during the voting betty, that he has sot paid Uip on '5'" Kent logs of the day, but an I aid before, wan tbflf .

.. .Toitlgtt1 Dr. It. N. Gardner of CVntrwIIle Is to benefit a partlcuUir cla 8. I maintain that this Government to- fiough, at no time. in or out of thc Coiruuouwca'li! preliminary to its final enactment. Nine Republican for the last three years*-&n.n.1l'Jl'll4h' merely a* a apeetator,)being alias personally launa- .p.AJao

... Give him a good andlencv. A. I. Pctfer, Ew] has no right to legUUte on behalf ot one of would Kentucky did I do an act or utter a word which 1 Senators and one Democrat gave it the Squatter Sove- The Sheriff made no much Ct'rtI catte 'AJaolair
class bring toy name In conflict with his that of '
of or
has been appointed for the next meeting. another.our But people this against provision the without rights or interests of any other American citizen who tleeired or \iboft i'! reljjnty construction thirty-fix Senators, embracing I said he listed no negroes ill that eotmty. We know u. be a cardinal doctrine' ,of the Democratic party;th* -

0- the word hick I have proposed to strike striking out, would out friends desired for him that pottition. And if you every Southern Senator present,and every Democratic dozen men, large slaveholders, who reside in Augflta > (ec: Mion waa one of th* fttrrttt rifUt of the 8ou II, wta<

15- New YrlC Hems be to legislate for one class, the landless, including Charleston took the trouble to read the rocvedinii of the Senator present, including Judge Douglas and ex- but whose negroes are not here, and hence are not when tnl" entered Into the Confederacy,and IhM i I

;. See the card of DASCT HTMAN A Co. all however wealthy, who have no land." Convention you will remember liiat when '| ocptlng Hr. Dodge of listed here. We mM hat .
Grocers I rerdvwl the vote of .Arkansas one of my friends Wisconsin repudiated any know that Mr. Brccklnridge i* a State, being ;"TelT1tt T1*.* *I bl Ie f9 *

> I and CominhaJom Merchauts, 12S Purl St, N. T.- This citation floors our cotcmporary completely.Dawson's arose and withdrew my name, deelarin"thai I wouldnot ; such construction. Let the record speak for itself: slaveholder, and hence we would not deceive our the crime of trcasJTV. -

j The members of this flnn arc all Southerners by position was that the lands belong to all allow it to come in opposition to the gentlemen Eztraett from Congnimonal Hlobtt, Brat Sarion of renders by publishing the evasive statement of the The question wa then Wpoonded to Mr. W Iqo.WIIIIb

t O birth Interest and feeling and arc business men of the people of the United States, and that it was an before When the that Convention.Convention assembled at Baltimore | *Thirty-third T/ 16. 1854.CoHgrett pagct 434, 519, and 20-fcbruI Sheriff, and we are surprised that a paper usually If hewaslnfavorof .eceamjjnta the event of L*

f the Wshcst character. outrage to select one class to wit: the landless,as feelings and conduct still my I fair as the Republican will lend itself to such barefaced corn's rNpoDCW this MAC
0 any were unchanged. After The Senate,as In (Committee Whole a election 1 To thi qutrj
1 -0- I the beneiciarios of the Government and-exdade all the disruption which took resumed dodge to make tad tint Ii .t
place there the
I my Dame 'i consIJeratlon of the bill to organize Territory political capital-Afyvita DC* own mind ys.a not fi1IJ iaadw 1Ij\ .
4 "D.gl.. Ticket In the Field." others. If yon give the lands away, said he, give without any solicitation oo my port was presented I I of Nebraska; the.pending question being on the patch. unprepared at this Unui mnel hh Jv' "
as a candidate. Previously,not deeming such _ _
: The Mrnfinft appears to be jubiLmt o>tr thc announcement them to everybody, the laad-faoIUer as well as the a thing amendment submitted on the 15th Inst. by Mr. Chase nMain. tI
possible I raid I "did not d ire the that It wash nt eombx/V/
to be presented to |t to add to the lAth subject; question m
,t"" t that a Douglas Electoral 1 ticket is in the landless. Hence, a. the original bill as well as Bell's the American people, but I am content with the I I r from the Committee section on Territories of the substitute reported The Dx ujW Dcuiorru'-vjidic IClertlnii. matclj J within the range cf'congreaifc'nal aetlea,Mif ..

Held In Florida. As annonnrrrl in the St. Johns amendment both confined the gift to the latter clafs- honors which han been heaped upon me by my State ,, the motion of Mr. a* amended on been routed by the
K mast bdetennii*<
Douglas the should
that Is the landless and my country and I look forward with pleasure to M UtuJer "WQfdlI\ Black Repitlilv.iw! In )L4nu, This Lt bad fur the Illinois -I' unfortunately,
Mirror that ticket ia composed of Philip Fwer,of -be opposed them both. It Is the prospects I have of serving {'' vhich the people of a Territory through) heir Squatter fur it c.-tnMi.In by the voice of the'people In State Conventta; 011 fll.1dDo

;. Jacksonville,J. W.Culpcpper,Hamilton coand C. true, he voted for the amendment finally, but it Is Senate of the United State for the my country in the" appropriate renreteMtaHt, ff tkey teeJU, may prohibit tUc lInt tV his wbaUver that 501
next six ). the exutenae of ilaveru therein." boasted poptljritv I It altogether Maine determination should be,Itt wan
W. Jones of Pensaeola. The lattergcotleman,however very evident that the material modification made My Dame however, was mythical ,
by I felt that I So that the Mani U Aeonyecet
freoeuteeaud :' part of the section relating to that the Macop.Ttlfjr prepared to .a that htthtmtd ay hit Sift*
4 could rust- sajs t "f t UU holds
not refuse to wU' "trw
Mr. Bell ( ,
wUl not accept the position he hat-log already must bate contributed to that end or that under the ; ter wouldrcad:
drcunMtancea without apd recently rcf >'I\.jl'l l with tlic *hat ftey m.AC Pebli:
!. given in his attest on to the nomination of Brcckin- be did so, like Mr. Pratt with the intention of mov- and abandoning vital principle That the Constitution and all laws of the Vnlted [ reatot enthusiasm I will W
!..: betraying my friends. States which to hs| speech lib friends calculated only add, thM, the Democnrj 1 U U
are not strongly
ridge and Laae. The movement, even should the lug to strike out thc condition in reference to being locally applicable,shall have the npopgalnhig
-. little free-holdcri The XtpiMifa had the full report of the speech same foree aad effect within the ssI4 Territory of N<* at least two Congressmen,and largely diminishing feather and confidently expect to carry ntrj V& -

fupporter of the giant eventually succeed inw before It, but could noL It stems, resist the opportunity bracka elsewhere within the Unite* &es,except the popular majority for the Black Republican of the party, national. State and eonnty.Jcmn .
I' fanning a full ticket will i rove a ridiculous larcc.There .- Thus having cleared away thc rubbkh let m go for It the eigMh. section of the act preparatory to the ad. C Baa
perverting ,
Henceforth let It be known Governor. Beading the of In the faltfe,
In Florida to hack to the of mission Missouri into the Union accounts their activity and usNorthhrfl .
are not Doaiftaiitc* enough form git Uie matter. It is of mall concern approved March
,i sized funeral u to how Mr. Daw that that paper ie not above a party trick for political fl, 1 1830 which, being inoooskteat with the principles enthusiasm, we had begun to hope that the cohort O, DJ...
J't'C\&bte what Mr.Dawson
i pnttotcd.Qr said. effect I i of zaon-Inte vention by Congress with slavery' in the of abolitionism might receive a (iMkset In Maine, p .<
:0.kettp What I -
II we want to know is this If Statesand Territories
: Gen. Lane voted ,M recognized t by the Iceislatlon From the Qu1eTPSPo-bliesei. .
: It befTe tke People, for "a detestable and damif.ible abolition measure" I ration In New ork. o oramu&, commonly called the compromise uarce But 'he, revor e U the CM&,. The Dourtas- swell _. IUai auaat'JiUf m

.t That Beajatahi F. Alien, thw Know Nothing Cooiitttutional when he voted to rff lands to actual settlers for S3 Thc expected fusion between the Douglas and t la true hereby declared Inoperative find Vaid-U bdnz the amounted to nothing, .I.qpan4jpst to Brpckjm ,According to a prevlou announcement,the r4 rk0.

1. 'l. Union candidate for Congress has pro- cents an acre, what did John Bell vote for When he Brecklnridge wings In New York terns out a failure. slavery intent into and any meaning Territory of or this State a/f, nor not to to exclude legislate it he!will and give It him.the uantotiouj&, We think : dates Congress addressed the chJaena.efCaladai "

tianaed front the.t IIII. la Florida tr V Ac rut proposed to give the same quantity of land to suy- Douglas forbade It, and that put a stop to the whole therefrom; but to leave the people thereof perfectly get with jwssibfy the exception of Maryland !. od Thursday ]*/(. ,

ort7C_e f'C..1.tIN mark JpeIiieaaIt at-homc squatters/or nothing This la the question affair. Tbe New York Herald, noticing the probable free to form and refulate their domestic Institution and we shall be agreeably'lUsappolnted 'if Bell aad y*,baje heart &, more_ exceJJent* pcethe thee

I Jidettfvr tht rntUIe !- It[ I.a poor rule that will not work both way If Gen. refusal of Richmond & Co. to ratify the agreement of he in their United own States way,,subject*fcr wA4 only the to the people Constitution the of, ties Douglas, or.the co ytloo-of tjic three candidates car. that OfMa BU&- It wa'able It waawaapowerftit 'iIi1 i

'. 4 In view of such an extraordinary declaration, we Lane Is tbe damned for his vote, we want to know their sub-committee says: tory, through the* .appropriate rrprejx
submit that the people of the State should turn Mr. upon what principle it ia that John Bell escapes a Dean Richmond and his corrupt Albany ctiqae have t ltlJU.prMibft 1M t1Im1za. 'Eqvirer. I qaano that tltrCUd the heart with aeV
to Lincoln the subject orif double damnation rot themselves into a position technically kiown in March 2, 1854, the vote was taken and malted
4 Allen altogether over on Will the &,.uj answer this Wall follows a* I. ".. C. Breeklnrldjce 8UTeh14er fortbaeMtMCa',e nalrlxhta.and ereatedthaalaun aac1- ..
street aa a corner. Instead of hatte blame I
I office. We hold that a Southern man who avows L.U question Let it be remembered that Y&u-Yeu. Since the Richmond u "' other anonr the Mend of Brerkiaridi* "
the idea of a of a defeat thrown upon the Brecklaridgc faction IT Chase Dodge o.r Wscoain. Fes- Whig, and newspa
readiness to be the recipient of abolition favors I.r la Homestead Bill being an abolition measure grows is THBOWK UTOX ?wx] If they refuse to ntify the 'IIIeDdt'D, F1ah Foot. flamlin. Seward Smith Bnmner pen of like poHtfca, seem deiermtned to roW thba Laa*. Oaf pdm standard-bearer I ii a .tIt aU 1ttt1Vt

,. estopped aom expecting consideration at the bands out of the fact that to give the lands for action of their snb-commltte, it will be IK OPE* and Wsde-10. ( test question In the prpaept fTpi we have consen esetlc b1t JJ I It2&spLi1tUlee
away nothing, ted to JWbrwpBiaaahabkL. !
t of the people. Let him ok to'Lincoln fur office or-at aery low figure. Induce I coNruwioa THAT THEY AU woaxtso fOR IIXCOL*. I N.a.n-MtRra. Adams1 Atchlson, Badger. Bell, peculiar publish benefit the of following letter, for the sole and IfbUfeafbot Sa tile ZsSt15"bedts4 )
emigration those
to the
j JoarnaU 4vthpa
AKD THIS WILL BX TEl LIST Or ftB EOTTES AUAXT Benjamin Broadhead Brown Butler, Clay, Clayton. which ttwa meet .p-.s
1 not to the voters Florida. Territories, and Inasmuch as the free State have an I REnxncr. RICHMOND, CAOGKB & Co WILI seasiDE Dawson Dixon, Dodge of Iowa DOUdUAS Evan anxious eonceralng the alOe p4.extent of Mr. % w..Yl&kW

0 immensely greater number of landless Inhabitant WTO THE BOSOM Or THCB&QW WEZO'S AUAIT JC9TO, 1 Fltipatriok, GwIn, Houston,Hunter,Johnson Joaea Brecklnridge'It private property. the DeoaaomeyUUM .W" tJ.1It1
,; ... AIab& JIeIt .e-s ,'. than the South it follow that a larger nnmbtr of AITD WE SHALL BEAK HO MORE O7 THEM. of Iowa, Jonas c4 Tawnescee,>"QD ltoj'km, Noryls that lob be C.perceIved, then, be 1& known 0tHIe tbr all aeeseCombk4l4Mnntyo. a.. trabII' J rac..cJt1
} Mall of Ka ifA that Honl The Daily Timas Pettit PraU Rush Sebastian Shields, SlidelL Stewart Brecklerhige4s served by hili own slain ,
The Montgomery y says ffee State emigrant will the says: w Jolla Bell to -
::1 go to Territories and Toneey Walker Weller and Williams-88. entirely dependent for domestic ( i1l1siiIbeVaieeUWaU.s4titILIs If.*
1t} Thomas.1L Waits, the acknowledgeff Bell leader In. thus he able to outvote the emigrants from the South They (Richmond ft Co.) must now go iefbre the Mr. Douglas hew Insists that tM service on the slaves 'of a wife.TThal Jfr. BelTi na *_ "a. *'.

,j' Dial Bute In stamp apecch at TMTCJTCC last 1"1ronj ,m forming the Ini4itutfoni .( the Territories. Now assert Democracy with all the Imaginable Empire emphasis State and, that cunfaM Tau, Indeed m.IT.E which .w BeptMim, Senaton attempted constrncHon-la 1854 to 0 get with,owes"UDOJI A much l of larger property number generally of slave than and doe.owck Mm. iW"I Int' pszj. J

day, declared U the election of Lincoln Is a suflictabtcjin Jf it.was criminal In ,Goo. Lane to vote a* he did, A COAUTlOV WITH tax KSOW-NoTtWO: BELLEVEKETT put upon the Nebraska BIB U the true Democratic Brecklmridge, is a tact which however injurious It Of lll4p'AQeal eflbrt we bare UttlaWM tQ'1'1. : :

c for ece lea." The Mall speaking of-Mr..Wttts what was It In John Bell? This is what we are DmcKfrm.ro ANY oo-oraunoor WITH I I oenstrnctlon. He did not think so then may be to the Democratic cause, candor cvmpeti o> eo.rtooeIecs.Mof a tonf ti.J'Jetajfcs ."
be I. "the whose words will mould THE MOUTIXTLEXTBLT DEXOCXATIC OF ASOXJT DZMO 1 to admit. .* .&
s ya, num anxious to know. The onc'is not to be condemned CKATS. How this j -0- against the Democrat partyNDI.t.IIpr.Irs of WH .
position will be rellihed by the MtsI'$5
} the poHfy and the creed oftte Ik-ll party ta Alabama." while the other passes scott tree; for if Lane voted "rank and file," the November oontwtlo this city Among the many hle2aoo4s mblusbing asser YhA.Zditarqle apizerz.EJOFosD apd falpgjrt on Ball awl! **

j Let the 5eJ mw nt }'.ri4* who are ao eloquent npon outrageously Bell voted infamously.Cliarlenton I perhaps may show, not altogether to tbeiatlafuction tion which the campaign brings forth Is the follow Atag. l, l8f4 Wawen noipresent alAs n4paak Ppotod =

the **Brecklaridgc diwnionbu," mark well and either of the Dean or the Dean' man. lag, front the standing beading of an exehinge; As the report bu b.e sgsawbat circulated abo8& b .uade byM* BU&OD 54LnOT&Uabs G41. ,

t 0 'Keep It before the people, that the Brecli&ild orI .
;:. take M .tlee.GOT. and Fernaa4lB Llae.Thc party ta pledged to dissolve ---- and ,
Ma. BBECKIXBIOOE HOT Union IT Lincoln rf im
Winston,too.the bend and front of thc Dong1 QmanoaEn.,Hooper el d tba& party.I'i I 8OIH1a-e vwum
U AUbama, .peaking la Blooat eonnty the Charleston Wrier of the 12th Inst. says: Important the senior editor of that sterling paper, the MqmVgomery lJDeob1'J a1ectJoa e .1* umIngt9end.r .Jeny :,fer I dr.lF distinctly to tar.1ItdID lwa 0. tJ_t- Ju..YJ

( (: a party and to the BUI pas-ed tact yearw arrangement and connections have been Nail who wa present,at tbs Lexington Tie "Breckloridgt party it not boy aim m4 inn lunlly,and I say that lie penaonaiiy I.a.lan- Eat,and abandoned tMW8t.'
alluding pledged
f other day, made with the line or.teamen a put holder, although not a large Meacr qvJi te
defence daily between Charleston meeting and beard Mr. Breckinrtdge p akvtay: to the dissolution of the OM; fr bin lBeQaare Ward and fn bees J
.1 for puttlcR: Alabama In a stated military Union under any contingency noderatf M not to elbow h Isa lick mil JIQp
f and Fernandina, looking to the accommodation Tbe to bi' &It4 1M Tea'J'a.cbk1gatd.cA "
I. nscd the following language: of news-monger are harping largely n Mr2meckbridge's "atthough many of the Southern supporters of now holda, an4 win bold U Iaerraau probabledaersy Ion .Jot SlcWyewtrj t fl fgJ YJ'I"'P"' q.OJI
a large portion'of and '
AU. rtuainr a UUlc. be said the objection he had Florida especially to the not stating. his speech, hi pofay in the I Douglas a* well M of Breckinridg bare advocated that lie ban Inherited. WI lelltlmaate an pt JaturpaPMXi fmtriotj I I
Ii rich and Improving region of the St. Johns river. event of Lincoln's election and strongly Sont bea Md m uxorda.. ,
the Twluury lull did IInt-dll'l"ctlyapo ; they renerally state, disunion for some caosa Jobs C. with his btr
to BnckJnridge U an4 auea&ka *"*
J 4 proprlat1 moos ru d- fM the purpose of potting By suitable steamers this line is now connected with we learn that he refuted to answer qxcsuooa on that I the last man of the South that would be I e1pstare ftDIIIJa Hoping .oa..1rlD pablIs WI over Ham Tncvo-Tbe MU waakte XfT. I| .
!f ..Jb. IIHl.; bands that It 111&8 rtp& with the St.Johns M far a* &. the first connectioa iUt)ecL the standard-bemrw of as m.J lO .te.o Tribune after this ftabloa .I

_I' &M eCePt0U. lie NI4 J name bad been IpokeD having taken place with the ( any Sootben ,disunion pmrty, "ThANew-Ycnb&ecethmueaBa5'ill
CWmftui Mr.
Capt. Brccklnridge ol .
TUna MM *
.It_ .ha itnatOl'1'blp bat be bt'- qi.e4kssoIolil4 jews ** : fore do pot believe there J* more t atC
; .f'/ or Jo cJDnf'l't1Ott. the thorough-folng OITOIHTKW M0 Union aftI who bannjol.M.sgIId
on from this .lI.u4x.'roa
trip place. to the of the ',
would Bu
UIie'oulol M oI1C'd..od tbcabe policy South in the cottin ency 'mentloncd. unionist aoV xonuME.rPromteent a
it """ I t t" ) e,.Wt,1QIIItt2 &'n uJtl _:711 J4 be &natO he Union, lie We are pleased at every Instance' and token of increased If he had bren, we do not cwra-by unless T.Ptenj;.whb prefers and. npport*Breddnridg men berf>f,(he oppoattkm party,m .tloa between Tremofit electors inektfort 2 1 Sa
I-l M14 )IC-W' aot 4IICb a gt'cat JAJqf' ast communication between South Carolina and he eho e to do so be' should be bed nancwer, Interrogatories When the choice XBinoU wmti drily eomta| over toihe ntpnort el!tfc. eir aDc far!lUbncfe rbont it wa$CtV5t' p
< .Ipt .uPP' '. JdetweeqDonciM date* who hold to the' to e aa* neeordlncir .jcJIa&
$ &Qe Florida, u the .connection aiM prove'reciprocally which pr4ndnlea of tMsiltnUonnl i J
___. contemplate' lbtjidTefeat.- and I cola l W
a --0--- r very cbxrfce ehher wiyWofan C.- b2IIet dl.. cM' .
f, : W'" .. Convention ,f the citizen ftf fimtetJ" profitable as well aa pleasant. In'continuing and renewing Questions to candidate generally Involve-the Due of Breckteridge wed all the inAaeocQ;ke eotOd .keeNly aJDODC theettlsetsortbesal-8tgu.: ;: tbe WM w*<-to fee aa fO,1t
1) .* 8tark ctnty, on eta. ., are they adopt-not,whaTlIne,ought ly exercise to ftvor.of Do {la ,...aad tte',DovglM L. Xcbllre"oim AlabInicfe fetsaL b.
c14j4.te fd s.v .to* *t Ihr UHh Di-Wct, only Mrtngtbcned under such drvunittances by tbeIntf'n''n'ln to be adopted in nile they (the iiatesugatid)Shall be mouthsow retmra the fcvor-eatumay ad eogty- .t- Ligja.. .tUMndhP1'otf't. aim was>10t totel.1 "
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"tIlJ Iota h. vinnof tti:t C'o'nntf. <1i.t.in 1C- the bearer t 01 Lo-traN..'PI1Iinent a The .rV
".D fn,. "W'"J rejected by people. malIcious mbre .-Cficriatv* Grier Daniel H. HonCstate .deet.? JI& a"'cheat at that tI'PfJr n. r h d It "1.at.aJrficnl3 .
1 Senator'from Coffee. !" "



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WaIkM' .1De.. I PUll;Lamar Co Texas ABJ. 16, 1800u rly A mAIIt1AYa jo.1IoiaAm'.co ; ; D..CIJSON&SON"
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.w i 1l0Llksry4.seMs,4F.b ._':- candidate Aw Holy ord4wbo- already-1- .. ... ; A.Xs1f itit 1Xi. )

WIIlbr'. 'ArIo11 D tr Ar. Wi.aakla 1M AHst of a antty JDMui 1 Iliad lystra engagement fB ",,_ ;: : :; '- ,; ... :
1"'f'"fI,JelA Uw excItement and ttaVUbf fur the test three w roar Teacher tanrwaget la tome Southern batUattDik '
btl'mod 1 that the report by the Oacfjola,stating ..In reRart to the Joan Brows raid which hat or saia private Tutor. atUfkctorr ufeieattairglvtn.. 141S &: .QI'8a. -'.
1l Walker's force had been reduced. To twen- extended t.lbs far.\:!. .O r tovaa-M> ;*iHa;ea Pleat address. .- o8: ; .
)1\ WLtIoomt .WalUr ?u t Umaac.. two bees tmrit ..atrf prl/iU rwW"eN; imd MIll .x U.1lanM :4ert.
1.Vt Lh cL.: 'itJa -'("t'1D" ..d1 4totded. the work goes a e:.bjr. the white A&oUUonHts ntt Sept 22. 1YJO., YLic'w1. ,
lilt saJlllOAi vC11.. BritiIk IPaQ-OE.w. c&nIb&4tWpd *>*<**. o a areAp*ahnnr. black atvd trWte, and J$0.-8. bA.'cCT \ Ve told as low for 1f!
I._ intention to take Walker possible It> other, are If ojJTnc rDe, tiidpo doubt several *lll LatSOfTarbOesM.C. JXO. U. 1InUN.
";rt4f&Iter win march to'Ktaragma.Avea-- e. MaI2' .,' .,ft. ., F. 5L .UTX.A.N;Tate Laassfseqeia eC Warreston, No Nick CDanoj ,N C. Ocusla. or* -3LiM>x OTrc3. P ier
3IO With F""***!"! clothing-Ac.- .: I hare **Ujfeke| i seen rotot-the round*'In tae .
1 the malalaod at any stock In market, consisting of
StA to reach ipany of SS e -.Ua..1ioa.J ha C. BrockJlU'i our '.
;II preparing to Icsrc this city to join Walktr. V1C&Bigne4 a petition to your ExeeUenet; : & Co. *

a. Oovernor of the State'of VJrgtaK:for a reprieve for GROCERs consuouon MEBCHANTS, LADIES DRESS GOODS in every style, ; f RUGS AND DOOR ?MATTS TALluiHA.Sht 1Chemicss ".'. : .
the noted traitor and Abolitionist John ., 134 PAR
V EII'IOKK. ? 'PitThe Donctai barbecue at hare not seen It noticed Brown and &TSKET, Nrw-Toouc 5 Per el'J.SV 1 t \ai... l.

J iTanuaiNr'v oodt to-4ll1.).OOO iK-onle.was attended,Douglas bj a and vast Johnson throng, though friend an humble Individual.contradicted.,.spurn falsehood Myself from DANCY a PLANTATION GOODS of all kinds, j II YANKEE NOTIONS & CROCKERY, Oils, Varnishes, Dy.- tdIfAJAQ ., &*.-- :
or foe and I wish GO -
iI ,. tleaMy! reeclved.htb yon to Imform me, by! let- ,
eBtliu of h11 ieinatk Mr. Douglas said be terl to my address M JprT 'D. Murray, Parl.Texas Commission Brushes Combs and Fancy Toilet Artklea -, Lj
ft cur of a cordial unloa with every Unioa man terested are sexes old li
** Inlnowinj the truth In to the NORFOLK VIRGINIA.
VM true to the Constitution and every man regard charge; with Pure Medwioe .
of the lawt In all some-J believing the cha.rJre''ower was made, and oth- -0--
:'M la (at or enforcing conttaIfVr "CJ'
tM believing OOD
the charts correct I do know It has BATS & CAPS 'f .
beta made In about three different THE New York House will be conducted by Jjnx \ SADLERY & TIN VV 4UE. Of Drop MedicioM, &41., embraces every artieU
la fcvor papers.
Preokwrtdge was entordn lbs DAMCT aided .
Your b/ R. W. HTM AXFST
early attention and compliance will much required by lbs Physician and guaranteed tat
8cces2of' ,
IfS Dlt DtanbioaUta and AboilOM : The Norfolk House will be conducted
oblige Yours by
J then be respectfully, Jj-o. IL READY.MADE CLOTHING .H. first qnanty. Ooontry Pbydciaa* ia \ In$U contIngencies (Donxlaa) was HTMAIC and F. M. HTMAHf& HARDWARE IRON & NAILS, meg
bIlL Believing' the Union la danger be would T. D MURRAY : Particular attention given to the sale of Cotton rely on having their i orders filed ID the beat assist.

#,tnv tsQDA1 aacrlflc* to SITS ILr a with. Corn Wheat. Naval Stores, &C'. and at the most reMotHihb price t. I
*'nI l rf W (Doi '
withdraw ) --- '
moment -
at tbit ; especially,If hit -
.jcli.1Id.nI..oak'l vecnre U. elecUom of some man To T. D. Murray, EtqJJrar .: NOTICEDLAND ------ Persona desiring! to purchtse Goods for Cash will find it greatly to ths.r. advantage to price our'Good WHITE Z2LaU,

?, to toe ConstItutIon, and who would enforce the Str:Yours of the 15th August, reached me *fore purchasing abewhere .1 we are determined to mike greater difference between Cub and Credit Zinc '.
last evening, and to answer the same inquiry which OFFICE TALLAHASSEE FLA., I han berttofbre D. c. WILSON & SON. PIita1 Color*, .& 1
;tnpealed to al Union men 10 rally to "elec- you" make made by others I reply through the SEPTIMBEH 15th; IbOO f September 18th. 1860 39trGIO. I have jnat received aad keep-constanirj hand..

Ml ticket and beat the AboUUonliU; bat conjure fiujvirrr" that there Is not due word of truth in PATENTS for entries made between the Itt day of for sale, ao the moat reasonable terns, \
. to irakr no fusion-no bargain-no compro. the report that thi Hon. John C. 7 and
IS Brccklnridge peti- the diet day of December 1S59. French and Ameriean Zinc Paint.
I,,with to v candidate who bat not pledged himself tloned for the reprieve or respite of John Brown for settlement and cultivation under the graduation SnglitkBoifed
utatwn the ConMltmlon and the Union and to en- whilst under sentence of death or before I have no act of August 1854,have been received this office W8 880..80.: and Rat Linseed Oil, Red Lead,

ttn*n the Ian under all clrcnmttance doubt he ftuly concurred with me In the justice of and the purchasers are hereby notified to come for. Lilkarffi and Patent Dryers, Verdiyrit .
{r iflw ao4 Johnson were ereaaded thU evening letting the law take lu course. Fight all invaders of ward immediately and make the required proof of JSlmct
roue State, and hang all yon" can catch. It it time settlement and cultivation" and receive their respective ARE NOW RECEIVING AT THEIR faint, Yarnith-
\SSl"AL COTTON -8T.o\TF.MEXT. that the slave 8tatet were ready for the resolution patent*, because If Bald proof U not filed e', Venetian Red French
which is coming Inevitably with the purpose to take within limited time the patents will be returned to land Americantfcaret
M. TORK Sept 15.-The New York Shipping from them not only their personal In the General Land CASH AND '
property negro Office and will then be liable to be EXCHANGE, ROOMS ,Jjamp ZM* thit the cotton of but slaves but
,rrpurt crop Lear reached their political property In this glad and cancelled for performance of the conditions Of
;4O5HW alt*. Exporto of the Tear 3,774,170 bale glorious Union. Ut neither <'1_ of rights t1...- .t um..* MJ wuitit mioa contemplated by the gradu. Witn2, Paris JJ'lai/t'*
sort on band at all portionptember hot, was dcd, jfr.t jiffnt, and don't let the invaders seize the atlon act of August 4, 1854. A LARGE AND \VZLL SELECTED'STOCK OF American .n f'JTortifr Blue -

.I'lOUlitTJRFE power to d!'iinn yon. E. L. T. BLAKE fr9fM1n- r.I fully, WinJ n!-.. Painter

Respectfully*)'ounHE X L. WOODWARD. kc.eie... bnunu, Comb tc. c. &c., ctt'\
flITS LATER ARRIVAL OF TM JURA. : -- -- -- March 27, 1860. M LIVELY.
. fiRTBCK Pom &$. 17.-Tbe Jura bat arrived o Heavy Dry Goods Ladies Dress Goods Plantation Goods Ribbons and Trimmings
: rom PRESIDENT.-The following a rote taken pt4CLAI.CELEBRATUI pd-I
nth U'rr1OO1 date to the 7th September. on the train from Albany to Kenw ick. yesterday ( broiderica and Hosiery Boots and Shoes, Clothing Hats and Caps, Carpets I QUININE.

lurrpout VuHon Jlmtl.-"alea on pccuUtlontaring the 13th as furnished us by C. .0. Brooks mall agent 'v. CCENUINE Cloth and Matting Cornices and Curtains, Hardware and Cutlery, Notions, 1000 Olltn Silphate Qniniie"',
(I I" 'cek,29,000 bale gain for exportation, on tbe Southwestern Railroad. TT AVING bought this article befare the adviuceJLJL

tvtlc of Friday1 the 7th Inst, 12.000 baleaV .- Brecklnridgc and Lane. .. . . ". . 108 Nails Iron and Oils Agricultural Implements, Fruits and in price. I am prrptred to tell it oa ver rtatonable .

>0>market tinoyant. Fair Uplands 64.; Middling Bell Dougbs and and Everett Johnson..2. . .. .. . .. .. . & GJH.. O O 33 3EL I JS2 S* terms. To ITjyMcUns and parties ia) the

;rUnl.. 5 l: / ftock on hand In J\rrpool. (Maeo Telryraph. A large assortment of the above articles constantly on hand and selling at the trade who want quantity for CASHcan buy of as
ccvmWARRAUTED\ low ia market North or South.
'\ as at any
i EiUUO '. "tucI of American cotton 855,000
March 24, 1860. M. LIVELY.
: I 011I" Manchter advices ."orable. TALLAHASSEE MARKET.TAIAAHAWKa PURE AND Tallahassee, September 15, 18CO: 38-1 ___
flKPT Zl, I860.CXJTTOX Congress Water.

MARKETS. .-Receipt at the Warehouse for tbe pat v..eck80hkt PREPARED FROM FRESH LJVERR FRESH SUPPLY, jut received aad lor wf!.
8ale 00 bales at the following prices: 90at FOR SALE BT J. R. GREGORY & CO., TAU.AFLORIDA. A Jtf.
d i iiu.RBTON, S<.pt. 17.-Sale* of coUon 770 bales 8. 10 at 8V, 10 at 8', ; 10.U. 10 at tX. Market dull. 11AaE, [Sept 'JS, 1860. SM>m by ._ ___ __._ LIVELY.

ispug from:.tt>j to 1 1. & Market quiet. HEIR .t COLtS. Cotton Broken HoEverybodyUA S UPIRIOR Durnin Fluid,C.81plt.Kd. .

fI lioisTA: 8<']L 17.-Salt* of cotton unimportant Insolvent Estate Notice. and Urd Oil., for ttU by '. ; .r' .0tix'234p .

ferkrt quiet but 4cad>'. STATE OF FLORIDA, l March 27. '_ _. .2-UYETT'. ..
Y AND ALL PERSONS in need of the services of an AUCTIONEER, can'be accommodated .
Sr1l'1'oJCIty f - -- ---- RICHARD 8.\UNbERS. Sheriff and cx-officio Ad- .11. in right style and on the most REASONABLE TERMS, by calling on '. eec :
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I of the estate James P. i'anncrlatc
. vmlor Cllncra Pvblleiy Bepndlatm PORT OP ST. MARKS. of Leon county deceased, having filed lo the Court '
Doa Ia*. I UTAH\GA, Red Tip and Flat Dutch Turnip
-- of Probate of said county a written that n A. SHINE JR. R
-- suggestion .
Seed also Drumfemd GreeD Glazed tad
Cia Tbnn.Jar. September 6th, the regular Brcckinr4irlVm ARRIVED: j he believes the estate of said James P. Farmer to be large t
of Wake : ine T cy county.' North Carolina, Sept 3 Ship Hartler A. hours 633 ton Railroad Iron ; hereby given
I Udtmouittratlonand barbecue "from cWlff. U aim. perAuus having claims against said estate to appear Aug 21. HGO 34-jf] AMES ft LIVELY.
, bdip 8.-Th-tg Oen. Bailey B. .'. N">'et.assorted mdzeTrunt anil file the same with the Judge of Probate of said Dissolution ofi opartnerBMjx .
; ;the prakrtg on tbe occason were ex-Stn torW New \ork. eouuU,on or before the ii-M day of March next, when
4 | .rJ Brown lion. L. O'B. Branch M. C, ExGornorBnp 14.-Ship Napoleon fro B. Drnmmond. 1,385 too oflUJlroad there will be a pro rate distribution of the funds of Auctioneer and Com. Merchant T HE firm of AMES & LIVhLY waa dissolved .
Iron CtrdilT. \\ale* the firth instant by the death of D. H. AMUL, ."
. said estate the creditors of said
:. lion. A. W. Vcnable and Hon. Thomas 17.-St tn:ohip AtlantiC J. C. CroweU. V 8 Mail. anioup-t eFtate ,
late senior TUt business will be continued
. Ac. tix m Kcr Wetit. A. P AMAKER Judge of ProbateSept partner.
. 1 L Uinpnan mode an elaborate epeeih bi
C i MIni In ondrnscd form in Wilmington J-sur .. from New York. Tallahassee Fla. (ly solicit, a continuance e of thfe kind patronage heretofore
4 4 of the'th We extract from the Jmmtatt report aO. $tramrhip Oaheiton. W H Ilutchlnjr, r S. Sale. so liberally extended to the late firm ; anvting
Mail and assorted mdxe from N. Urleaii
, Ill f flo lie |>arv"iph, which designate pretty CLEARED rFME undersigned Administrator of the Estate of Where they will also find, at all times a General Assortment of PURE WINE AND tbe public that it hall be hit constant car*-aad e.- .

:n here Mr Douplu former friend,Senator Cling. &*ft. It.-Brig Samcon.U. Ix rhofC for New York, with L Henry Rindon late of Leon County State of LIQUORS FAMILY GROCERIES PLANTATION SUPPLIES &c. deavor to merit tbe confidence of, and give estirn
}'londi, deceased wibotfer for Dale &C. satisfaction to, the nniaerous casioroers of tb* etrtabhment -
t :.no* Mind : GNU balm cotton. W bale yarn, M hide and I at the late ret li .
rking 1 bale skins lit pkg. mdzeCtTTO I i deuce of said deceased on first Saturday in October August 14, 1 S O. 34-tf li ?e!. LltFLY.Ang .
Th n-\t _jH: krr Introduced na lion. L. Cling '
Pelt, all the property ofnaid deceased consifcting of 28.1860.:6
a MX elI.- fully endorsed eerjorjl that Mr. B.ro. nijj I I Ilou. 'hold and Kitchen Furniture of
> iECI\lmt'the Port r8t.Mka from theJ.tSept c One lot Ba-
utlm ]S59l 30th Ang ItIOO. km Tools and other articles too tedious to mention. FLORIDA EAILEOADCH'NGL
. rw'd Imiurifftrarly" and uet'nrotuiZy fiw ..Thwkin..Jssd At81..rkalnAn.t.I ; .. . . .. .. 174 RICHARD aAUGDERS Sheriff .
. [ ,,. Previously, Lplaod.. . ... .. ..J4.071 I I and Kx-Officto AdminittratorSept .
JaftoplytC' Duncan MrR&c, Esq, the Senator said: Sea Inland.. ... .. J,01-35,257 29, ISX. 23-2w AjAWAFIL .. .. _
Tv At New Port In Aoguit imo. .. ... 72 I -
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He bad alwijo respected Judge Douglas but bit Previously. ptando... ... S.469 -
.4 o.it n+inirt to Ih< tinitk In lilt Norfolk and Raleigh :! Sea Itlandi,:::.::::: .:::: 2U- Sn Wnkulln Circuit Court.-/* IZfitity. : .3FO u RI
'F"1.wvincc him Uit Mr. Domglta i4 MOV m.du- I I Jo .
. itt,jtml ganMrr Those who noW ,en!for Mr. Total RecclpU.. t.. .. .... ... ....bll".UoxI Elizabeth. Grant ) Bill of Divorce. I :: r-kr tt'I.3r.l!, h 'ijw.- ..
hI 1I1d tind out their mUtake lie bad ghlptnrntft to tame date- \ }} WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN : / 6fo'
J ; no ToNewlork,.... ........ .. ... .. .... ...40008 Jesse Grant ) I ..; ...rTrn.n fl. n. .'
4 jlUtt Mr MrKae ouU come all right To New Oritian... ... ........ .. .. 741-40 19OIl appearing to the eatiMUttion of the Court by affi- r-.Rhrt' Piae r..iIt-JI',
I Vr Mrluu Interponing said he Md only followed band and on shipboard, tOt cleared.... ........ .. &ilOBTTVABY. IT %' filed, that the defendant in this Bill resides' I days-and? Frtd*. ". .>"
. :example of Mr Clingnuui at Baltimore, who wan out of the State of Florida it is ordered that a hearing !I lr-"It >,T. >1. .:. . .2,45 .',. '
I- i tnm; [>oulaii man. Mr. CUngman said the cane be had upon the facts thargidin sold 7111!before STAPLE G-OO1) I 3u'ovMii it. . . .4-I; Se

. err ITa diffi-n-nt flU Vr 10.irii\n ifcwuto) m. t2ahrn hmA met Suuru She tolttittanlytrrrvrt fuciirtnV bTV; ID w_ mMty, nonaa Awpg .lAm, te irtjrror the firt-t in,Monday WKKTW went of January?of toe next Hut It M Is Florida further I J.n"..' ;.i. 19 .'

.c. id .. .. lie (Mr. Clingmaa)felt no di.- Mr*. MltOINIAM. llCTCni\S, wife of John Hutch ou ordered that a copy of this order be published I ; AroiNr..t .111* '
.lIi"D oM-nda lt't'.ae to Lincoln'to come on, Inane and daughter of nand X and Jane E. Kennedy in the Floridian Journal once week for the spac I ; "IIi"Bttcr nr. ,it To .ii ., 'TbarJa-e4 iturj.vtwE .

1iii udtlut he 1I a ready to rubmit.T agrd KS"rt, C month and 15 dart.. "Blessed are they of three months PLANTATION SUPPLiES .

who die I. the Lord for their work do follow tht.m.. I|I Passed at Cbanibrni this 20th day of September (,isis Ferii'tdirel..It4P.M..

iiir !T& TI.rso Dn.RLumEVT.-A UligmphlcM'mpatchi DIKD la WaknlU _at!. Fbu.July Ttk, IMO Al)\ A. |I I. A D. IbCO. J. UAYLES BAKER Judge. '. dwiDa'd>... . 345 *

i"ibe Nrw York papers dated Richmond, VL. 8epfVihrrSth. KENNEDY.youngest daughter of DtrrM X and Jane K. I Sept ii, J800.I SSWm ; 4. C.1'1euilce at .., '.4! iiAeraa

" 1HCO, ran; 0. Jcnnlng WJ.e addressed Kennedy, aged 5 year. 7 month sad U days. CROCERIES *C.A i iI ? irI-ewo, at . ." .
( CdlRNI i ;
tr liar.-.'tudienre at Metropolitan HaQ In thiS city to- DIED after a abet Illness at the Rocky Creek boring I CORN r.n ngrr Tram oil l'.h raJtya, Wedti.ay4u.. J ...
flit in favor of Brecklnridre and Lane. He stated
the I. Taylor county MARThA ANN REBECCA.only child l nnn BUSHELS CORN FOR SALE DY CONSTANT r dna..1t .
1.II qua authority of a Virginia delegate who reiiined I SUPPLY OF !
1 l.e..c nroo_ ., . .. *T, .
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in the Douglas Convention at Baltimore that Margaret K. and James A. Brook, of Leon eo. Fit. R. A. SHINE JE., I .
lillista L and month I I 2i I860 39-tf A. & C. M. i GeinsviiI. .. .. ..:..
I. Yancey was tendered the nomination forVke.Prealdeucy aged 1 y It on the Uougbu ticket but thittrnfuKcd I : n..1.I.i&l 51..I 1 .
- I Mess Pork Hams Sides SllOi liiers
to accept (.tatlug that oil and waterrouid I .\trl"" at F.tt'-. ..... ...t* P. 51.Fraight .
of M Int-Tinlx. )Ir. Wise dialed that be wan himeelfwvfofth icw th'ciflhi. State of Florida. t ..J.P, nt"tTrsi'. 6ftr.1" Thars

'If fact that the DongLta men in Baltimore da7y.i5'I5tOi'fi, "it

", ITT linnting up some Southern protect lonlrt nhoMiicvit -- ;; TTT). fTTSTY. sTr\. 4.eTri. I, s.sav..L'rGreasVI'eeentsb. . . : ." tlj'
1) >/ tbr nomination for the Vlec-lr V (\ili-d 10 get any These utateiuentii took the I State Seminary, :Male: & Female, ''' I- llIJifl4t. IBiS
*>1lti2 anrl.rh.e| They will damage the cause ofkLt z.t1l0 n:1.B OaF.1LA. 1..1---.1 .
j I LOCATED AT TALLAJZASWEE.V I \ 'I Arri" ..f'lInl.ua3&1" V
Virginia very materially. Sfocsi
rr I .rI I Tails ", '.1:,, t'tI; l I'3'iO.; 1 J. ".. LAIUtHS.IT2r.e .
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EXERCISES of this tltution In the Male cot 'D1.
.. ..b u lile .In.. I 'PIIE J. and Female Dtlllrtm'utI] will be resumed on the -- j Yc..iiu5 I ;'. i '20 .'
to awrnr* DOUOLAR ELECTOR orr poa BItF-Clu" 'JRST OF OCTOBER and the Trustee ban the
I ( 8200 REWAED. FANCY &M1COODbFOR n."M .8r i.o w
.aLtl Star nit 'E.-1obn G. Stoke,Tutkepee, Ala. I mUtrCirtiuu of aonouuung to their .Fcllon'-citlztno y :;p-. :ricacLs
'to WM appultited Douglas elector for Tallapoo and the public in general that they have secured In
the Male Department the etniccs of PHILIP II j|I '
21'I. ""milt. declInes to serve in that capacity,and says beiIaaIl lO 'AGt.E. Epq, M Principal and Professor of -:0- THE SOUTHERN TRAI'E8ifl31 .. ; hl. O..tI..w -

(oi'port Breckinridge and Lane.SOKRBJOITTT Ancient and Modern Languages; of IL B. CRAIG as i I I TTTHEREAS, informttlon las been this day filed +
o Professor of Greek,and ofJA'MES II LANE a* Professor I'!' YV in the Executive Department that a brutal I \.t.:. .

ofVathematll'l.nd Military Tactics. murder wj committed in Jackson County during l *: ... 'Wi.to 'c'.iOa to-
lIQr&ma While the NVn Tem: .
ix 1854. I IV I ; f i.' **r Pfc *
The Female Department will be continued under .> the night of tLe 20th ultimo, on I ha body of William .> )1110.1 ,. \\I
> >U 1411 van under comideratlon In the Senate the charge of Mix SMITh as Principal with an Msixtant I J. B-iirll.hvlMNIKL O NEEL..od SAMUEL ; ') : \ I, pBiaS it';; .clots. ", \'t- "aIel, -iiJ h "!
T t
1 lr Ckane, of Ohio offered the following amendTlepNpleof and .AIRS. CASE. I 1 ; <
II t1ia'rsnf
III' The Tuition fee In the Male Department for a (I. CHIoOI.M', snd that they ban Btd from jntiice.I u. M U iJ :'J I the tlPII.. ttr'.4.'locte II t 1"'Ij
Now therefore in order that l Ned' and Chi l7
i > '
eecion of 4!, months In advance St.'<, vji i"i;Ea JAY, n' wL
Territory through their I olin coivtien I. Mio 'TnWHc .
appro- broajht to pamshm, w
may .
Arith- I '' fhereijrr.ilivrqif&u
n> .
Rending Writing,Elementary pro
*Wf rrprrvmutlvct. If they sec ft, may prohibit Spelling S. Ptt.tr, Gotcrnor of'the State tforeifliJ Ju NO. 20 CHAMBERS STREET NEW YO '
*eueurloa of.) therein." mctlc,Momentary(ueographT and G ram- I 111'1 f>p, ihe see'eta v rf >r>)n** >" .,_,T ,
TltU avery mar, .. .. ." .. *10 00 by tin. my public proclamation offer TWO II UNI : swtla..t it; 'or tilt ianv... .nd ,.;. .-.
wvi opnUr aoren-lgnty pore and nndlf ul" The alien with Geography Grain mar. Practical i I DRED DOLLARS revrinl for the apprehension tnd ,. .. .
for > Te-euUt .
It.AS ;tt B a to Caw t'1'
-* Ill jft- find every Democratic Senator Judge Arithmetic; Intellectual Arithmetic delivery of said criminals to the Sheriff of Jackson .WHDHiIB8A3LIB( ID IB AIL IB 1Otmbs ]1- "-:'r ntisrfiei C!.'.>r it. :.erb*.,er \ >f r,#:. r

Doo..1a!l included voting against It, while every History, Physical Geography Phtnlolo- :I County.Mm. Tet'ny M if. .if I bas :n tekI' Ifm

. tick Rq>ul>lican Senator "voted for it. Now Judge CT, Science of Latin Things.... .. .,.Algebra.. :. .and fltotKwk .. 2000 I .-Danul O Ned i. a middle aged man, about Pin, Writing Desk:, .', ir. ) }h".j Ir.4t4. tok-r 'fhpd .

1Io'1IIu. ill trying to foist this mUerable Black Re- Higher Branches of Mathematics Languagesand ,i five feet ten inches high has black hair with a llMt8hl, Needles, Work Boxes, .'- .ukt*. { : 'rtatSceoiti.aofF'&seda.; : Dbrl
AtJ1 .. .. 25 00 white lock on the right side 5 of his head ; of dark corn- VIKt. If 'r. '
IIit'lU1 dogma upon the Democratic party, and Sciences' Button*, Porte Jfnnalts Stationer"IJtj! J.Jrt Cay"o lie Cltl of Ii'._
INijito break and the organization Incidental Expenses.. .... .. .. .. 1 00 I plcxiun and heavy countenance has very penetra I 112;. V .\ of SeX mtwf. .* '. l**
destroy Threads Port Folios .
tip ha a scar on hit right.arm between Perfumery, ,
" "I'M I ling grey eyes 11. :,. FE&Y) rrIJrt ..1 PJ-ri.'
l it k received. WELk Lit PEP.'nTnE I the wrist and elbow, made by a half ounce bullet, Wood and Willow Ware, dr : B1' the n ern"rAnoot't:
Reading. Elementary Arithmetic about 140 14* pound, and wore at the .
Alphabet Spelling, weight or t F L Viti.arwr
Ititrnrrx SIOl-Tw of well known clti, I .
" *v cad Imclnnw mm bare returned our borne, from the Elementary Geography Writing.English Grammar time of Ins etcapca very heavy beajd. He it an And every article in the notion line required by thtf South f'. M...h.! it ,rr.1ol'.f ..i. _

Jlo, decided Brcekurldge men. They left here I Geography, Natural HUtory, PlilloBOphj, Ills'tory 'I Engineer by trade. I II S 'f l!",. 3't

*" Dim Theft Indication arc ,ortby of notice.tittiel .- I United States Ancient IlUtonr Astronomy The Tuition I Samuel H CLUoIm is about twenty-one yean of .._ -s.-- 'v .5.A. .. LaA.tJZLta. ,
Science of things,
. -:1'11'1! J/ail. .. Algebra fees will correspond with those. In the Male De- I age has fair skin, prominent nose, bI.. eye., large '.' .I $, Eel0l4 : 5 .. .** eq. .-. i.
0- rnoutllllDd dark curly hair; has rather a *"<>" couo- JS PflCJjae-w-xj&s. {
DI.\-olo-lI011TIU 11GZIZ4IO 0.No.... nartiuent rrofur.T-T of Marie wi Drawing_diOdft'D IAnguagex i I'I tenancy,11 lUte 1Gont'', altfJ wtu watt .. lied",ia SEWING 3ACUIMSI
to the : about ala fret high sod weight about 160 pound, t tef'jer &c.-1 -.-
. speech deliveredi to be employed In the city according Eyed JCeedles," II Lawrence's Steel l Pent ;t wafers '
Webster In his celebrated GrooreJew perfect
preferences of the pnpils. I, was clean tharett when he escaped. Lawrence's Uwret.ee Gold Pen J > **!4 /,1 t.io. n.; '.;, w--toU I" tI' .
. Upon Spring. Virginia Jaae 28, &, Mid: .9I 'Military Tacdcs In the Male Department are taughtto In Testimony.Whereof 1 hare hereto set my LlIwI *''. -Oriental Colo-n-e, 11 Lawrence: Lead Pen .' i .:., t.Ais .", ";aO-e4ea:.' ::-
-I I do not hesitate to car sd repeat that If.the all whose parents desire It, free of charge. band tnJ canted to be affixed tbe GreatL ."Southerners Favorite1" I _._ .r
1J trni Wat1 refuse, wilfully sad deliberately Each county West of the Suwaanee has the rightto (( S ] Seal of the State of Florida. Done at ol( OSN ABURO SAVING THREAD In DaH. s- -! '.'.i'::1I.f f is.pooh.. r.
wj Into effort that part of the Constitution which send free of tuition fees one scholar to the male I' the Capitol in the'citr of Tallahassee, a superior 1 quality P.rticalaratUmtior .. i p.. kiNeat ar..". (l:rS rl41.M4t I U{ xt '.
.0ftt ** restoration fugitive slave, the-South and one to the female department such scholars to All goal. w.traneaeq.alto"lI'Ipr..ad..repre.ent.'d. ., :. II I "
fm* the Commissioners ibis 14th day September, A. D. 1860. with &aks menjoranda. supplied to ,.re* "tI I4 no lonffiT be bound to' obaerv* the ,compact. be nominated by the Board of Ooonty eonvwfeat Catalogues, "
. 'to I M. S. PERRY, 48-1y I. ... 11":4 it .an't" crj oot. .
1 talita broken OB oae tide U broken oa alJ"<**. of their respective! count NOYellber ; 1859. _ t .
a& 't.v-kstbeNs hTiUe PWom do.the'eLl";W eb- I F. EPPES, Pit*. Board UI&ca&loD.Sept. 1 o.uraor .f rz.ril4 "Ult I ., : ,. me t.rt' : t lt .n Var

Ex- 23, 18GO W-tf By the Gorernor-A ttett: L1.eswirct. MEDICAL COL (v "E' ,K,ll\ tiber !. .
b'II 'Whl1,7 to tht Yanceyloin of thiOrest, *10 : i "- JI" vi; 11"An.i -
I'' Pander of the Constitution, now that errry non- New Goods. Secretary ,./ State.TU STRAYED or stolen from the subscriber At At ,s ta GcofpIlE ; 'Zet ;,. 'hn 7' ':'vm roL. .,:'

l\a rho1ding Stats east.of,the R ,
y hilled the Fugitive.Blar*Law, an4 wildly Md dewstely -, f f Goods which we are IeWDKat fair prices.G. four time, and forward bilk to the Comptroller's Office tbe Oth inst, large GRAY HORSE, with a :'' 2uth Regul lktl1" 1Jl .) J''l .&sl-at.a, it-i1'f ...
S Into "fre' bat Jrt of till & 1dEGIN'lS8.. for ttulemeat.Seatember is at times I 1 I X begin on Monday, the 5th of November
- refused to carry tw heavy mane and tail, moon-eyed 'Just compare the two together, .
. towjtntion which respects the rcatoratlwa uf fagijIV Sept. 33,198a 15, 1860. 39-4 and limp a little in one of his hind legs when next; but there will be a Preliminary Course, And upon his conacieacs- rhetber. "

. %'f Juh! I'JsIaa Familv.Groceries.JA'.A S..A.LT.' in a trot. The above reward will be paid for I beginning two weeks previous. to the Regular Ten dollars sty will not the difference corer. r. .

0 ANT RIO lomz, ON CONSIGNMENT theme described horse dchiv 'red in Tallahassee ( Course. In tie cost tnjBa&ctare.. '. 1'1'Butifita I.
Ttxs\IIF.F._ 'M ftf tM l'ftl""iflr r.Ja4 I4owuzprs, atat some place where he might begot I na.t.omyII. F. Campbell, M. D. C11y' .
JIvi I' J1r tf 'f4,}JW irI CAlW4'AiI ; Sperm and Adamantine candles C. en SACKS at tile Depot Sir .t.I.. in Jots .-L. A. M. D. sIngular J' .
tf x: *.-We had the pleasure of beUg pre- i Dried Apple, OOU ta wit if taken before ih. nrsl4( Deoem- or any information will be thankfully lewiVed Surgery Dugac, (Which is its creiming etcellency,) .

viu. '111 II tlat' booting or the Democracy at Columbia :" Ghigcr Butter and Soda crackers bee uut. Alto for sale one BUGGY and H A R- by the subscriber. M. D. P APY.S.ept. Chemistry-Joseph Jones, 11. D. Does its first east somewhst abate, : .

III Ioud.1y last It was a glorious meeting!-*nI Superior Green and BUck Tea, NESS. M. P. EWS.. 38 Practice-L. D. Ford, M. D.Physiolojnr 'snlnect of '
15,1860. I this fee cotnplAint fOr
aiarancealnew Should \
I>oBrinirof the paople-unch as gir .. .
II.at' Anrwed, tnltue r.To -. &pt..1S.1860.. 39-2t and Pathological Anatomy if rm -
bone of the land are content
lI. and object, .
lb... _... W'IL" ._... .- A... ; Tobacco.Abo ewi13g : O1i2OB. II. V. M. filler M. D. .
-' Lu-j price Chrwlng ,
run irne ivepuoucan iu.1& of less than hundred cent f
a''<,to br at least as Tennessee U concerned, -An assortment Banna Clgara. i. L., E., GRANT'S SCHOOL. GROVER & BAKER'S. ( Obstetrics- A..Eve. M. D. With a profit per, .
**ntaiB the doctrine of the Equality of the SUtesin 'I For sale by O. A S MXGINJCISS.Sept. frill: exercise of this, School Win be renamed on, durable and Plan- and Medical "The proof of the puddiog'-yon! know' thereet
;( in j the People-the preservation of the 22 1hr., X itfONDAYOct.tstsndcIo.eJene30th.l8fl.Terms .'. THE only reliable, Family ; Materia Therapeutics ; _

.4at. 'It UI.io1l Illion.UrtiM.and Vur by the'nine and permanency of for the Scholastic fear S25, fSO f 40. IncldeDttl {ation Sewing Machine! Servants fourteen Jurisprudence P. Ganrin M. D. Not one has. $failed! f Len put tQ.(bf.test.Omctrr .

at.It' Seed Oats. elpene s*: This embraces Fad and Ser }ears old nse them without' trouble. Every I Adjunct ProC of Obstetrics-Robert Camp- is* CArnwi-

o ()AA' btTSmtL8 of 8ftI4 Oat just received per vant's. anentkm upon tb, School Room.MM A IDe'v.mnted. Send for a circular.Dwect .-1 bell Al. D.
va ** Onw Ex-Gormroa Tn*OCTH.-The Co- 0. a J. MEGINNIS E. 1, T. .BLAKE,.
At ouU Brig QeD. Baller. the PMDO and Guitar each S5d.00.DMwinx .
*oa to mine Leon county Florida. Prosector to Prof of Anatomy S. B. Simmons -
. Lua.t'1I. .w-S '
'' (Ohio Journal & 23, 18In Sole ownerof th*'pa
) says: & : and Painting t95,Wax Work $15. I .
\ Wm. of then t__ L M. FOLSOM, Agent. M. D. for seMflo4iSept42lIJ8
t Bebb formerly Governor Ohio Ladies' CUoaks.O. No sites etiargv for French er Eoibrotderr.No the
VBrtnt and dtlTennemiee A\1 t 18 1860. 35 Dcmo l8tralOft of Anateray-IL W. D. J
jeart a resident of IlllnoU, BOW a Jedaetton except in case of protracted sickness. gt 1860. ST-tf\y
TCdYOdt:1 __ .
b-I .r of .ssortmcM el x..cuCbbJ1JIIt : _
U the Eastern 1I& A TINE \ .
atumptnr -
.Ncr.-pil received for a lest time than half seeales. 1WANIEI Ford 11 D : i -
If *K t Bell W.bQeve the ExGov7u"r andforsalebl ct I. mc'lU.OA'tl.O '
>r \ :
*a"a RepubilQaa wbca 1 ldingln DUools but tpC ffl. 1800. --. 'pynt to edeve : ) immediately, a Female Teacher AM&bnt.DcmoD6trator-J. L. Coleman, 'otice to Farmers.I ." -.
0'S hI. <>luiot -2 TeiWuisie., Sept. 15, 1GOIcrg14 39-J' .'
r he could not with him to-Tenaeuee ---- M. D .L ."
carry ; fa teach .. rr'
*. .property. In a recent speech th. Governor LOST f private! family, competent HAVE BOW .mpl1ed, alt A

J11 :1f':4IW to bav *>ld that "If.Llncola should be EVENING, somewhere be.twecn :. ero3r' the higner English Branches French and .Curator M-T.I'. Cleveland. ; No 1 Tsftwtt1' Bictith" 1
" < the formation of.hl .Cabinet, N WEDNESDAY 1 '' .- The Anatomical Rooma have been theos.oe.l oEMaS' t .
> Pmijd2 O. 8e U'. Store and the oid Bottom Pta 0.lonnua MusicAppVat the Fl rid! n'of1cejTaPabsSeuS. -
rf III of FedenToffieera UJtea from eont&1J1I* Iamousytwo KERSEYS ft -\ ... f -* -- XT and will to Students at tbebe&naoirjg 1oaMr' '
JJ' (tenth.be would look to the Bell. fcrtbe UOD a small FORT MONAIK. of ,SANlOQi'S. rinsed, .bcropeped my '
il party tlO bUll oa the W. JJJaD : ita-hsoo Factory Shpaa ; of the COM Few further artioJais
7 rn State* for Ills a t Wl.t' Wnflr leUlng off II will be Set4Is1S6o; : i't ,* = ti1 "W"
t''(1ucnt passage.l, could not be possible tbalitiurtitd I'barIeatoD and a OM doUse bilk ''Tb. 5ftSci'lstore U aiicf IV>.Ogi* rn aad.Y m Ji&received by 1. t: "J.l'jARVJN: Of : 54I '
sae at :
the ands
.Il rewarded Dy leering .Uf Raleigh Standard pTeioC app _. f'1'
.llb lt1 &wS
: of the Governor a Dletnct Attorneyahlpu A.I tAY. .' .' a 4 J.MECIIf NIS&., copy ..
.*14 %'' b ,,, Coupled with ble unpretending self?. or rdQn".< au me. -1 Sert 11 1860 nd bill to thIS cfike, .1 i Sep. 15, I860 J3-5t Jalj 31?860. h-l

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and Medicines !

8.Ta":.!,, Georrla. THE SPRING 'AND SUMMER Grand Prize
/tnnnal in J. R. & CO.
The Sixth / Session of Lecture GREGORY ieeo.
limitation will commence Monday ADOPTED BY THE NINTH GENERAL A6SKMBLT. of HOS WOOD, EDDY & Mauge..
the abore The proprietors and manufacturers (SUCCESSORS TO K BARSARD,Jiu,) c.
the 6A day November next. TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS PRATORIUS & CLARK The Manager Offices ass ltltti.t Wi/mfu-f,,

PreliBiBwy, Lecture',free to all, will beginon AI ACT to amend the 8th section of the 6th can appeal with perfect confidence to Wholesale anJ Retail Dealers inDEUGS&MEDICmES -Have now in Store a Fall Assortment vt-\ Delaware fnd St.L.i..N...ri '

22J of October. article of the Constitution of the State of physicians and citizens generally of the United; The fbttowfajs MAGNIFICENT SCHEMES

the .. Florida. States,because the article has attained a reputation Cloths, 412.15511a Drillings, bedrairuio public, under the Superintendence.A
FACULTY. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate heretofore unknown. A few facts upon Sworn Commissioners, appointed bj the o
n. L. BytA M. IV Professor of the Principles SECTION the State thU point will speak more powerfully than Gouruor or.
of Representatives of arsalles Wood Eldy A Co.'s
1 'ant Practice of Medicine. volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puffery. Cassimers, Lltny.
of Florida in General Assembly convened, The consumption! of Hosteller's Stomach Bit Class No. 454 Drawl Saturday '
Blair) M. D. Prof: of Stpt.22, 60
.4 Hneh A Anatomy. That the 8th section of the 6th article of the ters for the lad year amounted to OTer a half- Vestings, i Vestings, 73 Numbers- -13 Drawn lUllata. '

W1i&ii11uer, M. D, Prof of Physiology Constitution of this State shall not hereafterbe million bottles, and from its manifest steady -
Pathology. render Justice of increase in times past, it is evident that duringthe I I GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE OF $"t"!
construed to Tt1 ti.r
FnmVln Doiier, !I. Dn Professor Materia so as any of coming year the consumption will reach : Spring kc,' 1 Prize 1"
the Court, Chancellor or Judge amount 50
Supreme near one million bottles. This immense Coatings te. 1 Prize es Prizes
Mdica Therapeutics. either of the offices of sold but for the rare I o
this State ineligible to could never have been I 3 Prizes ofo'm f
F. V. B. Hemming, M. D, Prof of Surgery Justice of tho Supreme Court, Chancellor or medicinal properties contained in the preparation : 3 Prizes I ef 10

Histology. of this Stale the ground that and the sanction ef the most prominent on hand at the old stand sign of the Mor- Which they are prepared to Manufacture: to Orderat 3 Prize Prize, et 8i,

W L Buchoff, M.\ D., Prof: of Chemistry. Judge upon office stationor physicians in those sections of the country HAVE, corner of Clinton and Monroe streets, a the Shortest police and in the Most F....hionabl.mlnner. 3 Priz a o. 3,000 4,51U PI or
and different
t Troup: Maxwell, H. D., Pro of Obstetrics the same is another where the article is best known, who not .nly large and complete stuck of pore Also an extensive assortment of 3 Prizes 2,50027,640 ofIOOPriuo 4

and Diseases of Women and Children. post of honor and emolument. recommend the Bitters to their patients butsue Men and Youth's Clothing, ( .. ,,
t C 9th General Assembly.-Passed the Senate at all times to give testimonials: to its Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals 550FURNISHING -
,.1 \V. T. Fcay, !(. D, Emeritus Professor of [ the constitutional majority January 8, efficacy ready all cases stomachic derangements GOODS. 82,396 Pert.. amtn to.... -. --.'IlaN

: Chemistry.V. 1859.by .Passed the House of Representatives and the diseases resulting theretrom. Dye-Stu/s, Paints, Oils, Spts. Turpentine All far !sale at t.he1010\crt living prices. They respectfully ear1 Oe Prize to Enr Two Tiektt

II. Taliafcrro, M. D., Professor of MatCtlsMeclic. constitutional majority January 12, I .This is not a temporary popularity, obtained Varnishes, Brushes, Camphenr, solicit! a call from their uki frentland! customers WMe Ticket.$201 Halve. 'iO--Q-11.;
$ .'\. \by the Vy extraordinary efforts in the way of trumpeting fluid Window at their old tUud opposite. the Marine Bank I
1858.] the qualities! of the Bitters, but a.solid Burning Agency. Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme
S II. Steel I M. D Emeritus Prof of Obstetrics. wj
estimation of an invaluable medicine, which ia Glass, Putty, ttcn |:3f VVe are receiving new goods monthly. be sold at the following rates, which is the ruk .
F. Ml: D. Mooney, M. D, Curator of Museum. AN ACT to amend the 7th section of the destined to be as enduring as time itself.Hosteller' March 27. SCO.. 14 Certificates of Packages of 36 WLole Tlktt 1M.oo
Clinical Lectures at the College by Bitters have proved together with a fine assortment of -- -- II
Daily 13th article of the Constitution of this State.SEC'PION Dissolution.THE I 39 Half UU"
the Professors and twice a week bY'the attending a Godsend to regions where fever and ague TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, 4. I 36 Quarter liZ
B, it enacted by the Senatfand heretofore exiting between
: of the Savannah Hospital. 1. and various other bilious complaints have Co-partiwri'hip 1 o 26 Eighth ,t JT'JT
Physicians umler tbe firm of HOPKINS .
the State of Snbucnbers
House Representatives of oe counted their victims by hundreds. To be consisting -Ido- -

I Beneficiary Foundation. Florida in General Assembly convened, That able to elate confidently that the itlrra" Hair Tooth Nail &; MEGINNISS. was diWvoly mutual consent, Sp1endJc BoheDe
Superior ,
.. All business of the firm
b whose of the 13th article of the Constitution are a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like n the 31st of May To be Wednesday la Sept'r
f Young M of good moral character, the 7th section and A. HOPKINS & CO., who are tch
diseases is to the proprietors a source of unalloyed and other Brushes; Horn,Ivory will be adjusted by
}< .. niiuttlonal distinction 1>__i._ -\.11 i pleasure removes India Rubber Dressing and Fine Combs; Clan 43C Draw WtJnetduy.
(without d ,) prcparf read, all liabilities of .t1. > from the stomach, purifies the blooa, and HOPKINS, 0 Sept. l?, \ISS.
... ) Labors in and the aggregate of the Toilet So fwnnlnm Cltnirt 1) B.MEfllXNISS. Class 443 Draws t WtJattdayStpt I',
f Visionary are hereby kindly payable specie i imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system Fancy p ; /
inw'te to avail themselves of this Foundation. I liabilities and issues of a Bank (exclusive of I C'TUz: it that tone and energy indifpenj-aWe Perfumery, etc, < r.AH Tallahassee June 19th. 160.CoPartnership.. Clan UO Draws .n Wtdmtiay. 8.pl.26, IStd' c

lLu; pli.U,-S- will\ not DC itot.tJ t* th.. -r'.) .wii ., nu time exceed double the for the reparation of health. It operates upon NEBKLY 1 PRIZE 10 EVERY 2 TICKETS.
.5 State of Georgia, but will be extended to all amount of its capital stock paid in. I the stomach, U fer, and other digestive orr..st of which they will sell at reasonable price By I 73 ambcsJ Drawn Ballots.

the Southern States. 9th General the Senate mildly but powerfully and soon res!."* them keeping constantly supplied with all article in their A. Koran., a. c. r*'KHiu, -
I [ Assembly.-Passcd to condition essential to the healthy discharge line, and by strict attention to business, thee will en- COWAKD SRADCOKD: JR., I.. R. STATMra.rpHE 1 Prize of < !
CHARGES : by the constitutional majority Jannary 4, of the functions of nature. dearor to merit the patronage heretofore bestowed UNDERSIGNED entered into a Co-part- 1 Prize CapUa. M $3,01

Fees for a Full Course of Lectures $105Dcmontrator'a 1859. Paised the House of Representativesby Elderly persons m.7 use the Bitters daily as upon their predecessor. J_ nerhip on the lit day of June, I860, under the 6 Prizes of. Prke of... ... ill1!

Fees 10 the constitutional majority January 10, per it directions a stimulant on peculiarly the bottle adapitd and they to will comfort find"in Physicians Prescriptions. firm of HOPKINS & CO., fur the transaction ofa 1 Prize ef. 6 6 Prizes u(.. .. $'S g

Matriculation Fee (paid once) 5 1858.] declining years, as it ia pleasant to the palate, Particular attention paid to Prescription*-careful- General Merchandising A. HOPKINS.( Buainesa. :30 10 Prizes Prize of.of. .. ..110'01! Prizes of. b* I

Diploma Fee 30( invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic, ly compounded from Pure Medicines, at all boon- EDWARD BRADFORD, Jr., ; 6 Prizes (. 3\
50 Prizes of. 5
| Prizes .
AN ACT to amend the amended Constitution We have the evidence
and rejuvenating -
had and III I.I
The last Class representatives from seven day night. R. C. PARK 265 of. 58,224 Prizes \
Southern State, (and was the largest ever of the State of Florida in relation to of thousands of aged men and women Feb. 14, 1860. 8 L. R. STAYNER -Prize of. li

4 a.M-inbIed in Savannah,) of whom twenty-one the sessions of the General Assembly. who preparation have experienced while suffering the benefit from of stomach using this derangements Tallahassee! June 19, I860..:____ 26-tf 34,412 Prizes ....... .amoisi'xigto-$378,55: e
SKCTIOV Be it enacted the Sena'e I .
graduated at the March Commencement. 1. by and general debility; acting under New and Reliable TALL.AHASSKCC1S3US3 ----- -- --

For further information, apply personally, and House of Representatives of the State of the advice of physicians, they have abandonedall WHOL TICKETS_S10 ; HALVES_35 Qr"'. Sti A
Florida in General convened That deleterious and tested the TJOLES.: : .s c :.. T
or by letter, to Assembly I .drugs fairly ..11. "; ---.. Cert il5catca of Packages in the above Scltmt
the members of the Honse of Representatives merits of this article. A few words to tbe SOAP, Pumice Stone soap Champion ,tt
II. L. BYRD, M. D. Dean, SILVER be drawn each/Wednesday, will be sold it the & .
gentler sex. There are certain periods when Cleaner, Japanese Boot and Shoe Polish!i, ANt'
shall be chosen the ,
by qualifiedoter*, rates,
No. 86 Uronghton ttreet, their cares are so harassing; that many of them! French Imperial Liquid Blueint-tbilliquid$ impartsto Harness Establishment. lowing. .tih ia'thejok. :
and shall for the of aro Package of Vbot.Taebettllt ,
Opposite the Man.hallllouse. serve term two years sink under the trial. The elation of mother all kinds of Linens and Mublins. the LIuo tint ko -0-- if .. 9

Sept 1, 1860. 3(>-2m from and after the day of the first election and child is co absorbingly tender, that the much desired by Laundresses.ALSO. subscriber having purchased the interest of .I '* 26 2C Ualf Quarter ." t'S [I

:---- ----.----- under the amended Constitution, and no mother, especially if she be young, is apt to THE Me DAVID li HULL, in the Carriage,:: 0

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA. longer; and the sessions of the General Assembly forget her own health in her extreme anxietyfor Cod Liver Oil, Rosh ton's &. He zemnn's celebrated Saddlery and Harness business..0 I long kept by him, Ia Oi Ticket Certificates
shall bo annual, and commence on her infant. Should the period of maternity brands ; Queru's Cod Liver Oil Jelly, flavored. would respectfully inform the iiili.ilci.ii vf JA'O"and I Enclose the amount ot car adJr..
money tw'iat
arrive during the summer season, the wear of The of Cud Liver Oil enables t (
Medical Department Jellifying counlns, ilint If will nuitintfe the busiI .
adjoining wish to the
the 3d of November in each you purchase name
Monday ; I.
year and mind is generally' aggravated. Here, delicato stomach receive
the to
body i Ltr
I in all its branches at the old stand where -
ness maybe \v1iult wish Uinusu-d. and whether ,
The Annual Course of Lectures in this Department or at such other times as may be prescribedby then, is a necessity for a stimulant to recuperate and retain this great remedy.A found at all times. I \\ fiofes} Halves .
or va receipt of wL'c
I : w ill commence on MondaNo'em- law. I the energies of the system, and enable the Rood SuJJh Quartf'f
Kockuwayf, JSuyyies, Wayvtu I w iM'ud what is !
l her 12, 1800, and will terminate in; the ensu- SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the : and mother to bear up under her exhausting mothers trials- FRESH SUPPLY OP harness Bridles, Whips, Trunks ,- scheme.Immediately. orJertdLfratRli.tOtharwIILth ,'.

March. shall be chosen the first : responsibilities.! Nursing generally PiENSLOWS BENZINE, Durnon's Catarrh after the 1.r .
ing Representatives on prefer the Bitters to all other invigorators and Machine Belti,.yOf diawirff, a Printed Dmrrrjf.
JAMES JONES, M. D., Prof of Practice of Monday in October in each and every second I that receive the endorsement of physicians JL/ Snuff Anodyne Toothache Drop,Pectoral: Honey I every variety And in fact, every article usually Certified to by tIle Comrniasiouerswillb, KbMith ',

Medicine. year from and after the first election under because it is agreeable to the taste as of Liverwort, one of the very beet remedies for kipt in buclian establuliuirni ; and be hopes by at. an ExpUntion.5f"Purcha .

J. L. BIDDELL, M. D., Prof. of Chemistry. the amended Constitution, or on such other well as certain to give a permanent increaseof J'reparedGluo.Cough! ,Colds &c.; Roman Eye Balsam, SpalJmg'. I I tentioil to the interests of his customers to merit aeotitinuance.ot ,I "rs wi please write their aixnituplainand .

bodily! strength. _._ the libernlly bestowed give post office,wanly and StiU.All .
WAUBEX STONE:, M. I)., Prof of Surgery day as may be directed by law. ------- --- --- patronage cwtnniuuiejHions confidential. d
I All those persons, to whom we have particularly his predecessor. J. K PUHDY. strictly
A. II. CENAS, M. D. I)rof. of Obstetrics.' SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That the referred above, to wit: sufferers from CHOICE SECARS. I upon The subscriber would also inform his friends and ff? All prizes of$1,000 and under pa jibleimmdiatelyafler .

(jUSTA,"US A. NOTT, M. D., l'rofessor of Senators shall be chosen by the qualified fever and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhoea, the public, that he siiit, continue! the :,.ncy..ftbe the drawing- xkcr prucs atlLe lal!

Materia Mcdica. electors for the term of four years at the dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite and ROCK POTASH, FIRST SORT. well known and justly celebrated: Wheeler: & Wilaon time f forty da j.. .

T. G. 'RICHARDSON, M. Dn Professor o f same time, in the same manner and in the all diseases or derangements of the stomach, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Sewing Machines. --- -

Anatomv.L. same places where they vote for members of superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary Sept. 20. 1959. 39 Our Single Number Lotteries, C
occupation, and nursing mothers, will consult for Medicinal and Family purposes.Faints --
;. )I. LAWSON, M. D, Prof. of Clinical the House of Representatives, and no person their own physical welfare by giving to Hos William P. Slusser ", ia1it.m,1: z'io $ OOOO I

Medicine. shall be a Senator unless he be a white man, teller's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial. Oils and Glass : DR.UVBJ'ERY- SATURDAY.

I THOMAS HUNT, M. D, Prof. of Physiology a citizen of the United States, and shall have CAUTION.-We caution the public against Linseed Oil boiled and raw ; J w4lt & TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, Whole Tie",. tlO; lushes $.5; Qvartentlb Is.

and Patholov.S. been an inhabitant of this State for two using any of the many imitations or counter- Son's Pure Lead, in Oil ; manufacturer of Copper, Tin and Sheet for Tickets or Certificates m any i iih
feits but ask for HOSTZTTEK'S CELIBKATID French and American Window Glass, Wholesale I and Retail rOrdef t
: Iron Ware to be directed to
Jo CHAILLE M. D. ) Demonstrators of next his election and the
years preceding BITTBXS and that each bottle has Snow White Zinc in Oil Cans PaintBrushes
STOMACH see Dealer in and Ja- WOOD, EDDY CO
\\. C. NICHOLS, M. D.. f Anatomy.The last year thereof a resident of the district or the words "Dr.J. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters" Putty, &c.DEODORIZED. Plain Ware.Fancy or WOOD, KDD Y &CO.,.Wihio/toD.Il. ,
Booms for Dissecting will be open on county for which he shall be chosen, and blown on the side of the bottle, and stampedon KEROSENE OIL. paned tSTCirculara containing Schemes fo she Ilk

4 the second Monday October. shall hare attained the age of twenty-fivo I the metallic cap covering the cork, and STOVE: MEAD QUARTERSASplrndid will be vent, free expense, by JJrr i. .ab..
assortment Cookiug and
S The Faculty are Visiting Physicians and years. label observe that our autograph signature It on too Feather DUSterS, Tarnisno wiiite-waii .. .,mmcci with ue..i-c_aiid dwaMI- tf rhe drawinJ.t -,Ed are York n. Yak
Surgeons of the Charity Hospital. SKC. 4. Be further enacted, That the **- Prepared and sold by HOSTETTEB &: 3Borxs.sla.ojs. ity, at reduced prices. Times it'l New Yorker StaaH Zeitun: aol New Yak

The Students accompany the Professors in classification of Senators made at the first SMITH. Pittsburgh Fa. and sold by alldruggists. Fresh Supply Choice OUT DOOR WORK. Kxprrrs..

session of the General Assembly, held in the grocers and dealers generally ROOFING. Ornamental Front IIesd., uttering, Nov. 10, '57.
their visits, and, free of expense, enjoy extraordinary throughout the United States, South America GARDEN AND FLOWER Copper, and Tin ConJuctina!: Pipes, Sheet l ndt 45-jeirly

practical advantages. year. 1845, shall continue unchanged, one- ,and Germany. Sheet Zinc,Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pomp Shop
5mrn ]])
4 half of whom, as nearly'as possible shall be |I I oOA.J.V.4.I1. I of don. short notice.Cirr t
Preliminary to the Course,lectures will be Sold by SCOVIL & MEAD, New Orleans,La., work every variety at
delivered daily in the Amphitheatre of the chosen hereafter biennially for the term of1 I:r Wholesale Agents for the Southern State ..Y" IX13. I AND COUNTRY MERCHANTS,

four : Provided however and it iy herci i Together with everything usually kept ina I Are respectlu'ly luvitoJ! to give me a c.ili before pur13. .
Hospital, from the 1st of October, on Clinical years Also fold by Ames &; Lively, Miles Nah & Co.. i
K ...: -All: articles manufactured from the
I.- class of Senators at the first election Newport; T. M Palmer, and Scott without For
all} irge to students. I unexpired Monticello Palmer Williams Waukeenah. And sale by J. GREGORY & CO. very beet material and 1 warranted durable.. No other

T1l0.S .LTU l. M. D., Dean. under the amended Constitution, shall by dealers j medicines throughout the State. article will be olfvred fur aal. Healthy horaan Blond being
z.: T The Administration the Charity I extend to and expire on the first Monday in April 10, '60. 16-ly Stewart's Candies Oct.9. 1855. n Flo copy. always presents as with the same e..4nallt ld",

.. Hospital elect anunalfr in Apmfourtecnliesidcnt \ October, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. !' GREAT OUTIIENIVKNi'EJ.\i\ and ives of course the Taut STIKDI O. .tnal1ietli.,

Student! rfto are maintainc&l,I SEC. 5. Be further enacted, That the first CHANGE OF SCHEDULE GUM DROPS and Fig Drops, Guava Jelly, Pre- -0- Blood of a person aufleriug (roan Consumption| ,tries

t' the election for under this Consti- Horse Radish Tomato Catsup, F. riix I Complaint,DYlpepllia, Serofula' &e., anJwefioJia
institution. Assemblymen Tallahassee and Pensacola & Georgia i
4 [Sept. 1, 'CO. :362ni' ;1 I Crackc', Preston & Merrill'. Yeast Powder.RefiDtd I .Ot\TEY': .dI:: x.x..O"5CX'SP1TEXT certain dejieitneitt in the
ttititfi; I Shred Isingglaas: fur Jollies, Blanc Mange, &c. SOUTHERN PLOW. of Supply these JOI
e Ulo. d.6cebcie ,
it SALE. | in Octobcr, cij-ua"J> hundred and sixty, and I RAIL ROADS. 13de wrl The BLOOD FoD is (elnde spoa dm

Trill: PL -rAIOXkno\\"n aDe the first session of t\>c f>n pral Assembly and after Monday, July 23d, 1860, Trains will Patent Air-Tight Glass Jars, Patented_Dec. 27th, 1859.E Theory- i f astonishing suceem. .sew

lying ttree miles East of Soto'L. under this .......au41 l Constitution shall coin- ON as follows : FOR PUTTING: UP PRESERVES & FRUITS. "{' > call the attention of the public to our new Five PreparntlosM ap t lh Je6cirfcies to

(600 Tallahassee II t tnen'fl tIle third Monday in November in Leave Madison,.. ,....... ....... .. 6.00 A. M. ---- -- -- -_:_- -- --__ I \' t' PlOlV, feeling satisfied that it is the most of the Blood in different J'D COBMI,

OUlsts acres cleared l land and 240 i i"'\ 'Vne year eighteen hundred and sixty-one. I Arrive at Tallahaasec ... . ... .10 00 A. M. Articles for the Toilet. convenient, valuable and economical PLOW yet invented COLl DaJCITU or any flection whatever stile r

timber. SEC. 6. /e it enacted That the Leave Monlicello .. ... .. ._ 7.00 A. M.! I and must when it has been tried, sopercede all U'naoAT or LvMbs including CoNsuairTio.v,VM N.1 UtLI
Sew quarters ttc. "' further I ... ... .... which is also the No. for DtraKiaio.i or ,
Apply fr- Arrive at Tallahassee .. 10.00 A. It! T)ANDOLINE various kinds, ,i others. This in the opinion of experienced planter
sessions of the General Assembly shall not an elegant dressing Lou or ArreriTt, and for all Cniomc Co.t.
I LeaveTallahassee..10.13 A. M X) who have examined it. We are prepared to sell patents 'me
C.J. GAMBLE for the Hair Ursiiui, Real Bear'
extend over thirty days in duration, unless a .. .. ; Savage or i arising from OVES-VSK,GcxtaAL DtarurrvandV0U5 Kn-
Arrive at St Marks . 11.40A.M. Grease Rose and German Lnbin' Extracts I and call the special attention of the public that
-I I TaJJabas. .:'-.r. J. PERKINS.: constitutional majority of the members shall Leave St. Marks .. ... ... .. .. 1.15 P. It!. and; various other delicate Cologne Perfumes., Wheel-I. those wishing may secure them soon. The PLOW PsorriATioif. No. 2, fur Lrris c.rulJ.No.3. ,

:1 e raYi6, 1860. 22 deem it expedient. No member shall receive -I Arrrive at Tallahassee. .. ... .. .240 P. M. er's Oriental Lotion for the complexion Porcelainand I can be seen at Lloyd, and we will leave pattern distributed ,for Drsrtrnu. Being '.
: Tallahassee .. .. .... .. .. .. ; it is TAKKN MI Dior and carried il.I .
from the State for his services Leave 3.00 P.M. Metal Puff Boxes Toilet Powder Toilet at different places very soon. IT Aeent afttorptitn,
p' ".
5 Cfcgaray and D'Hcirllly pay I' Arrive at Monticello..... ...... .....5.30 P. M. a choice and extensive; Soaps, Wanted. RONEY & LLOYD. I diately into the circulti I that what jot fit* Dr

& <; to Mno' to their friends' and the after the expiration of thirty days continuously -' Leave Tallahassee! .. .. ... ......3.00 P.MArrive very variety. I Jan 10, "60. 3-tf ; you rttain. 10. is for FCXALK IssKacuu-

I'U'Uh., .., t' t t 1 .unce from the commencement of the session. I' at Madison....... .... ... .7.00 P. M RECEIVED a supply of COSTAR'S --- .,-- -- TIES, IIvsTEau, UJ/IU. ic. See aptcisl Direction
t "nelr SEC. 7. Be further enact d, That the act Connecting with Post Coaches at Monticel'o add JUST RAT ROACH &C., BLACKSMITHINC.THF. for this. For SALT Ricujit,Elurlol"ILue. ir-

f inHDING AND DAY SCHOOL entitled an act to amend the Constitution of wh: Stages Madison for Lake City and ValJonta, EXTERUTJTATOR .t the Corner> Store : SI'isiJttlUii' ; :: : : giv.s notice that he has Ia. KIDHET, and BLADDKB Co.rssiarstakoI. Ulowed. No'Tsr

.or young Toadies, will re-open at No's 152' this State, so as to make the sessions of the J ard from Valdosja by Railroad to Savannah. of 1. R. GREGORY & CO. .. hi* ii\<;KS.Miril SHOP again in 5. all Price cases of the the BLOOD directions Fooo most ft b tietl boitl! ;
Connecting at St. Marks with te and from with his pee
connection Lnrar
Stage VM LEJ, where he will
and 1529 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, on General Assembly biennial instead of annual, Sold by CHURCH & ,
Newport; and with the line of Mail Steamei s between have dope alilullJ..f PllUJ'Jli"u ainl Carriage werk. DUPONTD u. meid
Thursday Sept. 13th, 1860. be and the same is hereby abrogated and annulled j New OrleaneKey West and Cuba, and intermediate Citrate of Magnesia. -.\ l.sO-' ( Broadway, 5

August 18, 1800. 34- w so far as the same is inconsistent with' points on the Gulf, on their way to Key West on the ShOEING the By Aura & LvravTalialmaasee. And bv iD I
ill bent
and delightfuf
i i.
popular Aperient manufac- very ppectable throughout the
the of this 17th and 2nd or 3rd of each month, and to New Orleans THIS Drufrginta eouatry.
provisions act. in small time I -nHOfl'E: and will use endeavor
NOTICE. the 15th and 29Lb. quantities at a so as to be always every March 13, 60. 13-ly--cow
[Passed the House of Representatives by on fresh. Seltzer Aperient, Soda and Seidlitz I .a work done with duipatchnd. --_
The train will SanJAY, Steamer -
not run on except on
A LL persons Laving claims or demands: the constitutional majority January 15, 1859. days. C. T. W. SYFAN, Asa't Sap't. Powder., fresh ; Compound Syrup of the Phosphates J.1! to suit tus omer NEW ESAL .
.11. against the estate of B. C. Burgess de the or Chemical Food. w P. B. BROKA\A.
Passed the Senate by constitutional ma- July 17, 1860. 3u
---- January I I. 1859-.3 undersigned respectfully inform r )R'
c.e-n..J.: '- are requested to present them, prop- jority January 15, 1859.] & Calf Central RJi.Roati.; ROOK SALT FOR STOCK. TIE the public generally flat be h set .,

S tw 0),utb-----.I.... (ttMl t.ulS *&ifc-or\r7gf* WJfhJ} ,.. Albany Carriages. Buggies, and Harness, Retired from'Basinsss,

; barred ; and those i*..LJ-tM will make: pavincnt T_irT: Tl" <;2"'RKTARr OF Leave S,.....n.b, 9.15s.m.iLeave ValJo.u...30 ..m.Ar KEROSENE LAMPS FOR SALE BY nor !
:--.J.II'**:_*"'/. .0:0;('(' f arc STATK'l ..'eat"yal'ata,5.46 p.m.(Arrive Say 12.63: p.m. P. B. BROKAW. PERU 1.L1
GREEN D. CHAIRES' Adm'r. I hereby ("ertlt]' ." lo e \\bg .v.. :The train.m. ,;.!! ... -..,nth Bt 12.55! connects Fill'-d tlJith the motfBurning apprQvtd.JJurn.,.. THE Subscriber has just received GONE TO RES ;

"An Act to amend the 8th section of the 6th j withhe tram on the C. R. R. departing at 1.30p.m. large -|1 ry vf Carriages _

f T Persons having claims against said article of the Constitution of the State of (day), snd U 10 p. m. (night). Fluid _Baggies,and Harness, which he offers Intention of Gi to ',x

estate will please present them to M: D. Papy Florida," An Act to amend the 7th sectionof The schedule on this road is arranged so as to for sale on the moat reasonable terms.NOT. hot that he will folly 'AL'B
connect with the Pen. & 28 1854.ITXTQtloe t.BlabllaiaK
Geo. by Stage from Madison .
Ksq: who is authorized to act as my agent 111 i the 13th article of the Constitution of this to>> Valdosta. Thus by this route paasengen leaving KEROSENE AND LARD OILS. Bisiaeu A Uia.

the settlement of said estate. State: ," "An Act to amend the amended Constitution !-i the Tallahassee Depot at 3 p.m. will reach Savannah nto -A 11.0 Tf ;

August_ ,__1860. 32-8w of the State of Florida in relation to the ;t next day by 12 55. EfiJUB !IIRIExpected !EI E@P! o it nr.bra met
'UNuu,, ____ sessions ofthe General '! JASPER J. FULTON Superintendent. TN retuning his thanks for the very liberal patronage one month from this date i frostiit i ,
Assembly to be lia.
)I. E. AXDERSOX.: WM. II. MILTON. and correct of the Jaly31, 1560 32-tf to Arrive Soon. .1 heretofore bestowed upon him, the ndersijned 200 foot street, opposite ud... 'te
copies original acts on file I wimld respectfully inform the public that he rear Mr.Zuker's H.rl Shop, where hs IBM* Jaa

Anderson &, Milton in this office. Blacksmith Notice. pOXGRESS WATER A large and well selected still continues IheCARRIA.GE to crrry o on the ba* i sAould be don*, ft* .

\Vitness my official signature, W stock! Tooth and flair Brushes, Paint, Var. BUSINESS log grateful tot patronage heretofore tf- n.
:. I'
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, F. L. VILLEPIGUE, THE undersigned has purchase or nish and White-wash Brushes ; A complete stock of in aH its various branches at the OLD STAND op tended to him, hi would respectfully solicit a ej

ASDSOLICITORS Secretary of State. Jos. H. AUton, one of D0o- utensils for Graining, Pone Monaies%Violin Siring posite the Book Store, and hopes by strict attentionto Dance of the same, hoping by his own f erf 7f
his business to merit continuance fort And render eturt .* I IDFI4
little I Machines for Upsetting Tires a of a share of attention to
IN 24, 1860. 13-6ra ON TIIK the pot
EQUITY Bands and Axles, thereby rendering public patronage. wo. H. B. rf

Karianna, Jatlo* County, Fla., P. n. BROKAW'S' --- him able of Shrinking Tires neater and A :n "' 3EL. ::EI:. GA__ LE," He would also inform the public that he has fitted A pril 23, 1860. 1&-tf [.Ffcr..:. : '
formed LIVERY AND) better than could be done heretofore. up a room at his shop for taking Ci ,
HAVE co-partnership prac- All persons can now have the of buI DAILY. PaJOTOGErS;: POST & MEL, N.
I opportunity r
of Law, and will attend with fidelity TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. this WIVE VINEGAR Pictures taking from a email size up to a cabinet
ng kind of work done with neatness and dispatch TT7HITE Raspberry Vinegar. MERCHANTS
I -
and life
and promptness to any."business entrusted to! Proprietor wonld infokin his friends! at the new Black-smith Shop of l I V Worcestershire Sauce Pickled Lobsters I I size. DACUEIEOTTTIS copied and enlarged COMMISSION
TIlE I life size
1 their care in the Circuit Courts of Jackson, the public; that he has rebuilt his I July 31, 1860. 32-3m H. B. FrITS.I Fresh Lobsters, Fresh Salmon, Fresh Mackerel, to sing. ,either on paper or canvass ready fur pain- 04 P.r :'i Pickled Onions Prunes, Dates Anderson's WM. KUUNS. NEW ORLEANS.
Calhoun and Washington ; in the large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and i is Tobacco Snuff Jan. 10, '60. 3-I(
,Macaboy ,Waterproof Matches Rose
l: Supreme Court at Marianne, and in the United now prepared to accommodate his friends and I Blacksmith Notice. Castile and Transparent Soap; Sperm Oila, pure article -- Rtfir t :

TJ, States District Court at Tallahassee and customers. bnsi- for sewing Machines.TTTHEELER'S Myers & Gorman, H. L. RuGla.EI', ] rnu

; .Apalachicola. lIe also has attached to his Stables, a good I TJIEbtaekamitb RECEIVED,perrecent arrivals from New J.G. J

__February 4, 1660. 6 Blacksmith Shop, where he will have done es will be carried on M ;-_' ,=..... ORIENTAL LOTION, for reV HAVE ,'a splendid assortment of TBOS.J. PIBUMS &Co., T.u
moving Tan, Sun-Barn Freckles B.C. Law-is
all kinds Pimples, j
of Plantation work heretofore, at the OLD '
Horse AND
;t Shoeing and an eruption ef the Skin. For sale at the Corner PLATED WARE Gisso &
Scriven STAND
House. and the undersigned HuuQany.
Carriage work in the very best manner by Drug Store by J. R. GREGORY & CO. COKUSTISO or DENHAII ,Motieenc.

I and with promptness and despatch. thanks. who returns bfs Fish Knives, Cal do., Cups! Napkin Rings, Silver McNA"..& OI.OI. .;
for and solicits a Nowpr
& SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. Nor. 5, 1853. 44Jbire I continuation! of the A CO.'S INIMITABLE HAIR Salts Iucasss-n. BEA S & DE..A..St.Ma"
public HEMSTREET Fine German *
.. MRS. S. ::1;. FOLEY, Proprietress.-This prtronage heretofore warranted to restore grey hair Cake Baskets Silver Cantors Plated Tea Setts Ice Ptchel JAMU. FlLoa. ,Key West.BMALLWOOO [ :
itI and Hotel Insurance : so to its original color, at the Comer Drag Store. Candlesticks, E4U &. Co..) wfir !
new ekgant fronting Monument liberally extepaed. FiD Setta Jewelry ia Brooches Ear y.FIRu.ps ran
J.R.GREGOILY&c30.Aromatic C. POST, J
* Square, is now in complete-order. and State Fire and Marine Insurance Co., July 1, 1859. 31Fist' D. C. WILSON. Rings, Finger &c.& November23I55O.. .
ready to accommodate in fine style the trar- -ALSO-
PENNSYLVANIA. Patent.NetaficI Cases.Rosewo Tonic Bitten. Table and Pocket Powder Flaals.Sbot -a-

% cling: public. INSURE against loss by Fire on the usual I invaluable BITTERS are a great Ra- Pouches, Caps. Wads, Wad Cutters,Meerschaum Hiu
The Rooms Dealer ia
are large and airy and the Tt- THESE ManufacturerITALIAN tl T
: F. H. FLAGG, Agent. I in all cases of Dd.i.JilJ.iacHleDt to a Fipes. and .*Dpplyof .1
tL .
bl. folly
). FZSLT splendid four horse Omnibus is al-1I ess will find them an trevRent: : Toni The,. labor F"" 'low b1 MYERS ft GORMAN, IU
$ I the and FORSALE i.t under Drsrcrsu IKDMCSTMW will fiid them 5, 1860. 24.TAYR'
rayt'al Depot Steamboat 'fI
ir and Landings, TullE[ HOUSE AND LOT ON MONROE ( FInIsked-.4gts Patent,) advantageous, taken an boar or so before snesJs, ia ;
carr to from the House
passengers .1 Street, now occupied by P. B. Brokaw Ala-TIGHT AND IROESTtPCTIlti. fact they win be band an excelleDToo.. ia almost cxxrroir ]TABLETS rO5XJ, bCe
half the GIS BOX READ
at : usual rate SUPPLY of all sixes '
Eeq. D. B. A kept constantly on hand In cases where stimnUnts are rrejsjired. SAWS 'OMB -
MEGINNISS. ; for .
June 23: I660.)! ::6-3m: j by T. J. RAWLS. Undertaker. For salt at the Comer Drug 8torY.J 40' .:aa 6 A. HOPKINS I I th c"t1a u.
May 5,1660. 19 & AH orders
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