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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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System ID: UF00079928:00288
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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by Orang From Carrollton bv ;TV.hite Hill Wionsin! ,. and back; by Cad,.Wlnalmwi! ; :
Of THE UNITED STAGES. blesville, Westfield, Eagletown and itichland, clark burg and Kingston to creek, Marisa, Sparta, Grand Cato, Breeze and Glasgow to"\Yinchester.;; Illinois, and Wadkam'i Grore( to fre ptrt. t ,i .

LAWS Nortbfield to Lebanon. Greensburg. Prairie, Pickneyville, Nine Mile Prairie From Carrollton loy Apple creek, From'fteeport, by El.foyi.:Lcaii* tad Nora 'it i

, [Public: No. 72.] From Peru by Santa..Fe to Baxar. room Stilesville by "Wadcsvillo to Paquoir, Iowa, and Little Muddyto i Brouse's, Bedford; .Mdntesuma, Mil ,'to Whlte.Oak; SpnoM*:Wial ...,. .. I ,r(i.\ t

From Petersburg bv Dougald, Mc. Gosport. :Mount Hopkins. ton, and Lima Pittsfield. FromfreeDpr; .b1..14th GrpW; r Uo,: ..,

!JLcJo estW' certain poet roads. Cutchenville and Oakdam to Evansville. From Strawtown by perkinsville, From Bethel by Concord, and Arenz- From Carrollton, qy Pioneer, Bluff- Creek, iHardwoodKent'sWrd> Grove, :: .

: \ (4inued fron Supplement) pipe creek, Alexandria, Summitsville, ville, to Beardstown. dale, Bissell, Belview, Pleasant Hill, Plum.River.. or Dorinda, to.ual'.aa. ,' i ,t\ '
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From Petersbur by Winslow, Lynn- crant and Jonesboro to Marion. From Bloomington, by Pekin, Can- Atlas; Kockport, and Pleasant Vale to v I d f y i.
f lopflttpott. by Mctea Fulton Rochester, .Froo; freeporf, Jackson Cherry) Grove '
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"V.frI'.I'I.ro1Jtb. Falrmouat, Ltkevffle, South Bead vine and Hartsboro to Boonville. From Strawtown, by West :Kinder- ton, Macornb, Carthage, and Warsaw, Kindrrhook. and Mount Carroll, to Savannah. i' ;

*:;Dame. and Rertrmnd to Nile. From Perry by Butler, Auburn De hook, to Tipton. Ill., to Keokuk, Iowa. ... ?. From Carrollton by Letcherville, .From (Qlt tt.; br.Henla, tJnion Grove fl. and> fH.- 4.'

frn Lnek'i Station. by BowdUbe'.Mill and Brigb Ralb, 'Baylor's Corners, Hamilton, From Tipton by Windfall, Jerome, From nl>omin ton by Westwood, Greenfield, rayette, and Chesterfield, Empire* to Sterling; ,; .. ,?. ; : i

t U From to M' tgomery.Lnfwwport by Spring Creek, Twelve Mile, Pleasant Lake, Angola, Fremont, Hima, and Somerset Wabash.. Eureka, Wodfori'and Matamoras, to to Car1invil1e.I From.fort:\V>yne, Ipxjjana, tl Rochester) :; i

Tgh GiUftd, 3 toongfc aDd L&ketoa to North Crooked Creek, Kiuderliobk and Ovid :From Tipton by Windfall city to Spring Ea}. I From Chicago by Jefferson and Rensaeler-! ,. Lacon, luiiijoia* ?"paI/ lio-,New !i .if
too. to Cold water. Wabash. I From Bbomington by Roger's farm, Maine to West Wheeling. Boston.TooIsboro1W;. :Rel1e", Waah- I, _
from Loean.port,by Lewubarg, Peru, Wabub, tfrom Peru Chili Paw Paw Ni- From Terre Aanto Roseville Padua Seiex ingtonk1oq, Indianolo l ; .1:
Rotuake and Ab&ite toFort by by ,Cheney's Grove, Sedom, :From Chicago, by Bridgeport,Brighton ; a, ; and Winter t.
)kgio Wayne 1I1111tiuctooX&hoo. canya Lodi Claypool, Warsaw, Man- Rockville( Bruno's Cross Roads, Wave- Loda Station, Point Pleasant, North Summit, Willow Springs, and Des to Council Blu r. !... _,._ r,: T. ;.., ;7. ; ,:
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.From Loguiport by BIAS QruKevafc*aod to oqnet: Leesburg/Millibrd, New Paris land, and Burne's Valley to Crawfords" fork, Jordan, and Poolsville: to Lafay- Plains, to Lamonte. From f Galena; bj Avet .. .Elixabeti;, Ie :. I tr: l

1.dlowRiTer. % and Waterford Mills to Goshen. ville. From Chicago, by Mankegan. Ken- nida...and.panqm,.to Galena.. 'I' :ri..... //lfJ .;

From Frwa L'gflpt"ST\>y Coraweopn Kerwana to aDd Camdeft.Lopaaport Barbara to From Petsburg by Mount Jeffersonto From Terre Haute to Lewis. ette.From Bloomington', by Atlanta Post- osa, ami :Racine, to Milwaukie Wis. Savannah From:,Galina," BlanVille"by.jHanoter} : ? PortamoiiUiy I': \: ':
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Monticello. :From Terre Haute, \\w Numa, Clinton yule, Springfield, Lick creek, Chatham From Chicago, by Jefferson, Niles, Cordova Port,Arg .fqjton,. Albany, .' ;:.i
From CMwport by Royal Centre and Two Mile I Pleasant View London to Lock Clinton highland Newport Auburn Verdon Girard Prtirie Sta- West Northfield Byron, and hampton to Mo-
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From,t.-Uogamport imacew by Amsterdam Burwtt'i Creek Manwaring's.From Eugene, Perryville, Covington, tion, Carlonville, Plainview, Macoupiu Libertyville, Warren, Waukegan,. Jtrom; Galena* by South t' Hollow, to Don- !.1 !f ,

ad Koeto.. tD lteyote. Plainfield by Spring Valley Portland, Rob Roy;Attica, Shawnee, Shipman, Brighton, [and] Godfrey, to Willington Otsego, Kenosha Wis., leith.. ..., i; t' .'. > ;.-. .. .. -
I From LflgaiUport by perrysbm'g. Oilead L&keton\; and Moorcsville to Monrovia. Prairie and 'Y cst Point, to Lafayette. Alton. Racine, and Oak creek to Milwaukie. From Galesborgb by.Haw l9-: Creek,. Maiqoan ....

. XaadiMter; Kilkwbwf CoW:Spring. liberty, Wolf Mill Lak*. Springfield and Port, From Plymouth to hno From Terre Haute, by Fruit HilI, From Bloomington, by Kickapoo, From ChicagOi by Lyons, Lyons- Union town': and AHdle GrcTO*, to Far.mingto.o. .
Columbia, >M
Ilit.cbe\to Fp At\i II.Erom From Point Commerce by Wrightto Bridgetown Mansfield and Medellin, and old Town Timber to Cheney's ville! cass, liittleeask, Long John, r ',.. ? i... nt| .t- i. t : ;: ; ,
Lohvili. ( eDt1Ic\y: ,) t'T PortlAod New Sultivan. to Portland Mills. Grove. Plainfield, Plattsville, Lisbon, Haider- From.Galesbnrg, by,Gra.natp o.I: lontaj: Utah; .

Albany ladrrTloyd F..eclerieklbul'l,,Haidingbw Knobs, Oakna.Oharaberebnrt Gtewvite From Point Commerce by Middle- From Terre Haute, by Poplar Hill, From Bloomington by Delta, LeRoy man's Grove, and NorWay to Ottawa. MiUersbarg, Ferdinand, and Drury, to Mus- .,:

Palarnu ra*. Pltu* 'alley. Mount Pliant, Washington bnrcjto DowIinrr Green. Maurins, Sullivan Court House, and Santa Anna, and Mamhomet, to From Chicago, by 'V ortb*,-..Makena, catino,,, : ? ,. :*, ; rr. 1i t.:
&ivik, .and Benyn-Ille. to VueeofrM.MadtMa From Poland Reelsville. New Lebanon to Carlisle. U rhana. New Lenox, o1iet', Sandy Ridge, Mor- From Galesburg: by Centre .Point" Ilenldereqn ,e. ]7

1- by, Oiter Ston ViDag y point,Jfapoleoa Bryansburg.and NewVemafflea Smy-- From Portland Mills by Russellville From Terre by Riley, Lewis, Coffee From Buffafo Grove, by Erooksville ris, Marseilles, Ottawa, Ll tics; La Salle, Qntarlo, Heath Land, Andover, and 0-.i

.i. to Waveland. Worthington! and Point Commerce, to White Oak Grove, and Crane's Grove, Peru, Tiskilwa, Lhefi eld, Gennessee, ){MorriBtovrn From .Green RiverA: ., {
From Madwon by Bryawfcwrg K>w Uarion, Ver- From Portland Mills by Parksvilleto Ilabbieville. to :Free port. and Maline to Rock Island. Galesburg lOqaawltal .., 3j' .

.r uilIei! sad Otter Village, to Napoleon. Bruin's X Roads. From Troy to Worth. i From Brighton by Piasa, Fidelity, From Chicago by oysville, callage From Galetbnrg.bY! Victoria; tayfettToalpn ', 'J' .
KadMon : I mrtnter, JfeeTa Creek EImra.08Cioia". k .
From bjKent From Prairicville Lawramie From Union Macedon Rhoda's Point Hill Babcock's Grove Wheaton tq ;""p lwa. t? ,
and Gram to Pma. by and city, by Recovery, Rockbridge, Fayette, Danby, From Galesbarg J to B r1if1gton.lwa.' ,
From Madison to Cincinnati. Concord, to Romney. and Cclina, Ohio, to St. Mary's. Greenfield, Atiiensville, and Zion to Winfield, Junction; Wayne, ciin- From; Golconda, by Big! Bay City!, to New.v J1 ::1
I' From. Xadiaon qy South Hanover, Swanvile, LeziaffcM From Princeton Kirk's Jacksonville. ton yule, Rutland .
_Ii fcs Char1 ton. by Mills, Frommalparaiso, by Tissinong Elgin, .Huntley's Liberty. ,. z ,. .
J From Marion Oregon by Oak trood Walmit ovfe, Ja<3dca 3- Union, Buena Vista, Petersburg and Grove, Wequioc.. From Brookville, by Buffalo Grove, Grove, Union, Marengo, Garden, Prairie :.from G lconda, by J. n.. Pott'g, to Brook.I. WLti? ; :'

Blacfcfcrd P m *fle, Jay Conrt Douse. n<<:tor, Kinderhook toT asl1 ngton. From Vernon, by Cherry Valley, Barclay and Genessee Grove, to Clyde. Belvidere, cherry Valley, Rock- lyn. ., 1 h ; .
Fort Reeorery,St henry,Maria St/ein/ and Chiduisav From Princeton by Marsh Creek. : Zcnas, Westport and Coob's Fork, toG From Cairo, by Santa Fe, Thebes, ford, Pecatonica, Freepor, Eleroy, Lena From Golconda, by Bolton, and Sarahvile.1r v j ..!

; to New Birmra. Owensvi'lle recusbu and J. E. McArete's, to Jonesboro. I..ouisa.N Warren -S ales to Marion. .
) Frum Xariut to M tj "':
'.' -rt'm Xarion by Ukr, Ivy,Santa Fe, a.d Lecnda New Ilannony and Farmersville to From Vernon, by New Ccntreville, From Cairo by Smithland, Sante Fe, Mound, cauneil Aill, Galena,,Menominee Ffop1. olconda, by Rock and Broad Oak, jj'

to Logazs. Mount Vernon. Montgomery, Paris, State, Cana, X ew- Thebes and Thompson's ferry to cedar and Dvnleith"", to Dubuqne. .. .. ATienna.. ,. ,t
,- Fr.m. iLarion by Price and Moost! Dbca to Hun- From Putnamville by Cataract, ry, New .Farmington, and Dudleytownto creek Landing. From Chicargp by. Batavia, Aurora From Grayville by Albion, Parker's' ,.fair; .,f
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Frum M ri')n by America tn Logo Spencer White Hall and Stanford to IJrownstown. From Caledonia, Ly Valley Forge, Oswego,: Bristol, Plana Samonoc view, Obey, Newton, and Greenup, to 4 .. ',

.From.-........ .V..inn Marion_.. t.to.S W.1nnt..JnchrtvV ",'ri. ..,..\:1". R\\ ,..l-f..d, Springville. From Vevay, by Mount Sterling, Unity., and., ,Santa. FO to..commerce.. -- -Depot. Earlvi. ... let Mendota. .,, La_.Salle. CLare,.17- ...'-.m.-!.ton./.."..*.".,*.,..,.f..*.",.,., ..t T.,... .CT"..,-.n.n"n.,. n-" ..;.;*, ,,t.U.. ,to.._.._.....1..._.. .... t_
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: From Reynolds: by Monticello to Jacksonville, ilutuenonl, IJennington. rrom Caledonia station by recinct Tomca, Wenona, .Lrnankl'inalo, I: ; ; .I
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Pleasant Cross Plains and Olean Poplar Grove Park's corners Burton's Kappa, Hudson Bloomington ; -- t ,i
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\r From bingtooa.Marrtwrile t" Xonreetfl. Tlairerstown to Xew Castle.' From Vevay, by Creig's, and Indian I to Delavan. Moadwequa, Tacnsah, Eemorah, Uco- From Greenup, by Cedran: and Campbell, t1""''' ...: 1.-
:From Richmond Chester New Kcntuck. to Madison.From From Cairo to Charleston, Missouri. nee, Vandalia, Paloka, oandoval Cen- '
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Charleston,
From. Mat'tinsvile: ky Outrevile to llooreavilc in to ;i. ; ,.- ; ., r ." '. :i 1I:: e 't
o-an ena.rtv. Garden and Lynn Winchester.. Vienna by Lexington, Swan- From Carl iivil1e, by Edwardsville, tralia, Richview, Dubois, Duquoin, FromHavanaby Quiver, Pilot Hill, Lopg r' 1
Frem *anclcpm ftVy Cwp's cross! ro\,il" Coryden, From Richmond by Dover, Webster, ville, and South l auover. to )Ia ison. to Collinsville. De Soto, Makaudn, Jonesboro and Ul- Point, and Allen's Grove to Delevan.. 11j: .

\V"liit From Cowice]J&awikprt: ar.d by'Hawwck Lacocia to Frederick Elizabeth btirg.Can-den.. Williatnsburg and Economy to Blounts From Vincennes, by West Union; From Carlinvillc, by Honey Point, lin to caio. .. From lennepfn, by: floria, Caladonia, OxBow f ;.. ?: H

)::ew SaHibory: ,IBradfyrd, Grccuvil and Marliiigtmrgto ....me.I Carlisle, Murom, Greysville, Turman's Shirleyville, Ilillaboro, :Francisco Hurricane From Chicago by Ridgevillc, New and Magnolia, to Wenona Station. 1- t :; .

5alem. I From Richmond by Abington, Clifton Creek, Prairie crock, and Prairictown, Vandal: and Foster to Saleui. Frier, Port clinton, and Oak Hill, to From. Hickory ,Hill by.iKeeneville and '_ { :/2: oJ
From Kem ra by Slip's Hill to Clarksburg. Uerre Haute. carlinville Moultonville Waukegan.From Bell Prairie to Mount Leambare. -.- : .
From X.maT Yeruon by Tb->maa'.t Mill!*. Mlir!.)lltLaadmg '(' Brownsville, Liberty, Dunlaps-: to From by : 'J' i, :j M.f. '.

)t'ew Irren. Illinou to Raleigh. From Rising:: Sun by Hartford. creek, Edwanlspnrt' Black creek, Taluca AlLambra Marine and St. Jacob Rich, iiaun, Manteno, Kaukakee, DePot riskilma. ; .,r .,..; .. ?' ;;
Prom Michigan citl by Waterford and Laporte to Lebanon. Ashdhni Loda -Perd From Hick's MillsPe. ;Kalb. County, to. '\4 t
Guionsville Dil1=,1torou h, farmers' and Lintun to Fairj'>lay. to ,Onargo, ,\ ...
t'fnL"from Middl town by Rich Wood to Muocietntrn. Retreat Hart's Mills 'and Elrod to From Wabash:: by aketon, to War From Oiirlyle, by Crooked Creek, i Jantoul, Urbanna,'Pesatum; Neoga, Cherry.Valley, Winnebago co nfy. ... : >;f ;"; 1"

From IMiddletown by Hufftou, YorUtown, llurriM Versailles.From Centralia. Station, and Walnut Hill, Yrno, Oakaw, .AVehnnka, Edgwood, From Hy labor o :by : >Voodboro,, Mount ,;;: j t .
Bunker .
e: and Seworirner to \n.reling.From Rochester by Oakron, Meredith saw.From Wabash by Lafontaine, America to Mount Y croon. .... arina, Tahti, and Odin", tojcentralia": v burue Kingston Shipman/Stanton, .Hill, ,and Wood- ill i4':.
Middleburp to Vittula. to ., -: J.
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From Milton to Cambndr} Mills: Blooraingliurg, Beaver and Zion to lI rion. From Carlyle, by Germantown and From chicago by Geneva, Blackbery t from Iluasonville, by Annapolis, t to Bell : : tAir. !

From Morrutown' by Miuilla[ and Covthianato Middletowu. Dam: and Palestine to Warsaw. From Wabash, by Somerset, Hcnia, Looking Glass, to Mascoutah. De Kalb Contra, Jefferon Grove,-Lane ... ;. -.t : 4c :
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From Rochester by Green Oak, and Jerome to 'Ii l'ton. From Carlyle, by Beaver Creek, Dixon, Sterling como, Union Grove, From Hutsonville to E1kfn.l ;. ,. : i: j!. ft. :
by Wet Mill Cata- .
ract From and Monrovia Polvud to BoTrliu?Salem Green. Grove Pcrrysburg, Mexico, Pcru, Reserve. Fromaslziiigtoxi; by Petersburg, Greenville, Elm Point, and Bear Creekto ulton, Lyons, Iowa, and Tipton, to From Holly by .Illinois !City! Copper 'f..t. .. .

From Montpelier to Blufff/m. Somerset and Jalapa to :Marion. Xew State Road, and Vauderburg, to Hillsboro. I \ wa city. -. Creek and.Eliza. New B sfonI'.. r ;- d: ?
From Montezuma: to Highland. From Rochester by Indian fields and Evansville.i I I From Carmi, by Burnt Paairie, fairfield From Danville, by Pilot, Higgins-; From-Jacksonville, by :New=,,Bethel, Ben. t l:',

From'dmt..xuma by LJi.Anajx.lie, Bethany, Ilassclle! Monterey to Winnamac. From Washington by Petersburg, to New Franklin, and Hichory Hill! yule,. Ten Mile Grove, Oliver's Grove, H. Page's.4..H. Calvin's Samue) B.Hodges ; j-:' .

i 14 I'arkeri'bun.rh to liura. Salem. aud A\'oca.to Pontiac... ... : and ToAeytpwni: to Peter Wagnon'slFrom .. ? ,
From MdutioelJo by Winncniac,Ouoadago and LorLh From Rochester: by Mill Ark and Princeton. to : ; I ;;: Ii
Liberty to South Bend. Akron to Gilcad. From Washington l lt>y Aysville, From Carmi, by MeLeansboro, to From Decatur by Sullivan, coch- Jacksonville" by Sandy. Mancb: srjVhitehaUCarrpJton ;o:' i.r ":f

prom M'juticello to Oxford. From Rochester by Mill Ark, Troy Rnylesville) Keek's Church, Muuutain Benton. ran's Grove, Big Spring, and Ewingtonto : ; ? | .Kane, Jerseyvill i ::.: ; ;:f

From rrum Y.Mootiuelloto>are'" Hill! by Lafayette.Stringtovn to V"reaillea. Wesley. Gilead, Xiconza and Owen to Spring' Silverville, and Fayettesville, From Cacthage to Xauvoo. : Wehunka Station. .. ,. ,, It' Delhi, and Godfrey, to Alton. ? f ......!, ... j..
From Pilot From Decatur by Hopewell SwicO'- :From Jacksonville*, by Indian Creek, Emt t.: t.
From Mouneirtown b, Sharon Albanv. rairvicw.1&if Wnbash. to Bed fjrl. Carthage, by McGary'p, '
Court House, Bear La Blandinsville ston .Station Oakland -i raid, Point i :Hushnway,.,. Petersburg, and .j! ,...
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VTty Mtnmt Pl iiuatit Jay Erom Rochester by Wesley, Beaver From Warsaw, by Oswego, Crom- Grove, Ilarpc, Hermitage, Neoga : .
Creek,Xtw Carydon,and Skctl's crow roads,to Wil Lane. cud Embarrass. Point, to Paris. Sweet Water".to }Middetown.\ t ., .. I....
well Noble Iron to Muddy ,
Dam, Palestine Warsaw Menoquet Ligouicr, Works, .. '
thtre. ,From Jacksonville, by Arcada: to Beard ;;.-: ,:
From Muadttoim by Smithfield Windsor Mack Leesburg, Milford and Jackson to Go- Haw patch, and Riiigolcl to LaGrange. From Cass, by Barber's Corner.sDupa.gc From Decatur tpN.M. Brown's. StOWn... v, .,. ; ;.. .. _, !, "'*' ? I
ville.Wincfceiitn-, Bartania and Darke to Granvillerrom shen. From White Hall, by Dean to Point and Wheatland, Oswego.: From De Kalb. centre; bv. roadie's I" .t l. vi'r- "
.From JaeksonTille,, by .franklin, Wayerly.Locust :; t' 1
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Moncietown, by Jcry'i Court Uouoe and NewOoi7den From Channahan by Kankakee Trove ,Lafayette Gro'' e ,.lyte'River "" .
Erom Hockport by Enterprize, Commerce. .Spring, ,Cammington, and HoovePs ...
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kaoartown by Pleaiuu Wood, Alexandria Erench Island and Yankeetown toN From White Post ly Saltillo, Pleasant 'ri1min ton, Rockville, and Bourba- Ogle, anp: Tap1 r; to.Grand' de,.Tonr: ,., Point,.jo; .CsrlioviJ -,. :... .. f,. f..f.[ .. .i.iI
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nd Sew lADCMter to TSpton.rromlLoMieby ewburl!. Grove, Rensslacr, Brook, Iroquois, naise, to Momence. .. .. t.. .From Do > Kalb centre' \ by j Lost From .Jefferson, by Leyden Centre and :! k-:; tl

I J\rw Caucwler to Pleauot Wood, Alexandria and From Rockville by Anntjpolis' Delta Illinois, to Kankakee Depot, on the From Charleston, by Gruel's Lake, Jrove.Line: : Swinton.New Vigil] ancWilliamsburg" Leydeo: to .Sagene. -, ... 1. ,. ", : ": t, ,.,

t Xoneie by Tipton.Oran ilte\ Elackford,Montpelier, Sylvania, Howard, Lodiville and Illinois Central Railroad- Fork, Monticello, and Mount Pleasant, oDe KaJb.centre.Ii-. ,Ii FrOinm, Jers jville!: Jalap, ,LeicipervQlevreenfield ; It -' :!..
BlftUtA,Orionto,to rort Wayne Ueadley's; Hills to Covington.From From Whitley by Hccla, and Cold to Bloomington. 'From DIxon; by" Grand! de Tour, l Athensville,. and Scottaviile, to ;{ f.-.4 .

,. mo lirille. fey Bean Blossom and mount MoA I Root bv Massellon, East Lib- Springs to Wolf Lake. From Charleston, by Ashley, Mar Sashnaj:i; 'Oregon: Byron, ..mrau;. New: Frlln4 n.;., ?"a. ,.. ; \ ; .1 t ?; r. C :Ioi""f: .

JEdinbdrg.HOB yef Pmo-' t rty and Tully *Ohio to Van Wert. i I From Whitley) by Summit, Pierce- tinsville, Melrose, and Sacton, to Milford ElilatKishwaukie$ Rockford, i ....From JerseyTille, by Otter Creek to Gra .t1..t L : ,'
Albany by BeonetUrille New larlam[ Roscoe and Rockton Be- ton. .,. ..... ....
fl oec, Piikin, Barr tuWD, Salem CampbelUbarg, From Rushville by Columbia and 'ton, Warsaw: Oran, Camp Creek, and York. to : ,'ih : ; iI >* !:tf :I.: Jlt t:1;;
Lei''p c OrWiH,.W uodlaDd,Juliet, Bedford, Harrod- S"eel'6 Mills to connersville. Bourbon to Plymouth. From Charleston, by W estficld, I lollVis.. ... .-.. .. 'V.- '. I: ,prom Jerseyve!)| ,by l ney'LaDding, and r-1: r ,
burg, Blooinin on, CrawIbrdiTille Ufayette: Battle From Whitey Court House Margaretta, and Dalston, to M rshlil.[ }"rom.Dixon, by.Buffalo Grove, Eagle Poitage, Des Sioux, to Si.Charles,Moo:" :. ;;. Erg, and River Erom Cushvillo by Smelser's :Mills, by Fron Jolie! Sejfridgeviile and Chan- .. :
ground. Reynolds to Michigan Thorncreek) to Albion. From Charleston, by. Hermitage, point, Elk Horn ,Grove, Rock creek. : ? ; ..1 F' 10 ,:
Iteel's Groves falsmouth .
Longwood .
nahon .
to $zndyRidge. ,.. : t- r" ; i:
Mount Carroll Derinda and
nom 5ew Albany,by Geor toirn.Keji Balinba- onnersville Alquina, Dunlapsvillc From Williauitiburg to New Garde. Bourbon, and Monticello, to Clinton. Avery, ", z
h,Barren, l4 'Wick.. Oakland Galena. ,. .. Ffom.Jolidt t. by Lockpprt toPIainfield.; i. ;.j
fltowrengoogt\ Prucpect, From Charleston by St. Omer, to I r
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From Winnamac ) ?
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!f ttflr, HilL and Celertine to Super .. and Bellingville to Oxford Ohio.? to Medurysville.From and Embarrass From Dundee by F1i-.t: From? Joliet, by.Loekport, to Pjl5n eii.l<< .. s., ;1 ]J."
Fork Barrington
r ai Sew From Mill Winuamac i Medarysville Bushy Upper Creek and Reeds ; ,
Albaov, by Knob Creek and Thomas f ;Jlushville, by Smelsers by From Joliet by Jackson ;" f-V. .
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c trog'..to fJ"1r&bet1.: :Melrose falmouth Gro"c.SteePs. Long to Saltillo. to Urbauna. ,. : creek, Lake Zurich, Geliner, and .Lib- G.'V'I. Al t Dg'& n. ', ..... '..' I :":'''t.01 :.. -
i .FrM flew Albany by Rridgeport, From West Leba- From Charleston, by Arno Station, ertyville.to \V auke an.. ., .-. .. From Jonesboro Creek Metropolis f 4.,
to .j
wood Williamsport, by ( by Cypress ;: j;
Connersvillei; Olqnina, Dunlaps, .
Iizabeh.and I Point and Sullivan to De- From Earl"HIe, by La clair,, Fast .. .... t. .
Loconia to Fuller's .
ilaukpprt. ville,, .Billingsville and( Contreras to non and Baltimore to Covington.From ; City. _' "- :,. 1; .. :' :"'t
From New Albany by Lanesville to Oxford Ohio. Wolf Lake, by Wilmot, Boyd catur. I. ? Paw, Paw, Paw: Paw Grove, t Willow :: From,.Jonesbnro? ,:bfj;Westenr sratoga, 'I. .1

CorydonFrom :; I From .Rush ville by New Salem, ston's Mills; and Oswego, to Leesburg From Charleston, by Long Point, to creek, Story-Brodie's Grive, and Lin- Saga,.Creek,.and. BaiDbrtdge*,.to. Manon. i ;U- il: t''

!? Bicntnond by Dover, Webster, Anderson, Laurel! Brook- ILLI 0 IS. I Tentapolis. den wood, to Killbnck. ?. i. .!I. }p.,:?> From Junction to SL Charles. t ,.. '... oIi.1.;' h: ...

n ilUamBtonrgEconomy.\) : ; Blounteville ville Cedar. Grove,. Metamora New Trenton From :Albion, by New :Massilon, From Charleston, by Sullivan, to De- From Edwardsville, by Lands Point, ; :Ffom, Kanakee., Pepoi; .b.t..,, nloq qiie, j ; ;:l
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and New : Rising Sun Bond Point Taylorsville Pierce, and Wal! mgord.to Green Ga kn.., t. JFr
Burlington to [t1n8e" Bray wi1J Harrison 0. fork and Enterprise, to Salem, Marion catrir. % } ; l 3": f.t
From Cadiz ; Dry New arid to Decatur. -. .. .Kanakea, Depot, by Blourbonnaia ,
New Castle By fiechan Miami Dent and Cheviot county. From Charleston, by Olny, Stonington ,:, ;;? ; \ (i. t .,
Icsbur ,,Ilnritenmlle d New Colum- ., to. Cincinnati. From Alton by Xcwborn" } Grafton, Massilori; Albion, and Grayvill, to : }I' om. Empire by Mount Prospect; Grovto ockyiJe.; .....,. ;,.' ,, "' ( .d t:: t.l. .
Reiiasa
bus to Pendleton- Deer Plain Neras Harden New Harmony, Indiana. Gen sse .Grove and Milledgeville to From.Kankakee Depot 'by. ; Sam- t.1 t \

Froth New Castle \>y Dan \Vebet, Steel's From to Rushville connersvilfe.by farmingt and Gilead, and, Hamburg, Monterey, to.Boluiew], .JFrctm: prit-enden: by Little Muddy'and Elkorn, Grove., ,. .. ,.. ? mq3otnt, and.Farm \ a IJ.ome:.to Plato. t ;t ;: [.;
Asbland, wJ tsville and f .. .gOmJ ICankakea.DepoLb Laneburg, anaLimestone' 4< ." "Lliray\ to From Alton by Upper Alton Ed- Osage. to Fredonia. From})Eriej;. bz.Spring Hill Jefferson's *I
From Ruehville by Jlaniiegan Carthage t ioiHarJp Cret-k' -. :
!liuiciet wn.t I I "fj ;
: Lick Creek Wa. : It" %" :
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Chatham corners ,9r.KtQ1Vl Winnebago .
by
t Froni New Castle \11phurSpring\ Westland, Greenfield; Ilervey; war s\'i1Je, Marine, Highland, Jcines Erom Enon From' I.nkakDepot, by Momence, to ;. t'
andhoover's and to Princton. + : f
t, ifiddleto.wa to Chesterfield. I Alfront, Woodbury, Walpole and Olio town, and Shoal creek, to Carlylo. verlyi; LocustSpring Cummington. Traxton New Yellow.He d Crove. 1.: i '
Plato Udina ;
From Noblesville by Citerotown and I to N o le'i11e.. .,. :From Alton, bv Ridgcly, Paddock'sGrove Point, Carlinville. > irofii.EIM.i' by Froni. Kankfi} jDepot, by.Aroma, Mount d ::.r; '-,
m feKioldsrille From Salem by Canton New Phila and Old Ripley to Greenville From Chester, by Steeles' Mills; P rengr e, Hampshire; and Harmony, Langilni; Democrat. and Conrtwright' Mills, .4 't"

to Tipton. del Jbia? and Vienna to From Appleton, by Mount Hawkins Sparta, Elkhord: Nashville, Rich view, to carol.. ,. .. t. _. 1. to Jrnnuo'i.. ; ..!:" ,......, f.i
From Manilla Lexington.
Norristowa by and I ..F rom Salem byKossuth Walnut Pinckneyville, Galum, and Carrncnt's Walnut Hill, and Mount Zion; to Sa From: Elgin,. by Dundee'. ; Algonquin, From .Kappa, by? West Wood, Eureka, ii t" : ,;.
Cintha Middletown.
, to Ridge, 1I11I1'ort, Val aria Brownfitown, Prairie to Steel's Mills. lem. crystal Lake, Elysium, TYoo'dstock, Woodfjird, and Matamoraa, tp Spring Bay. .; 1 ; J i 3
; From yew Garden by Whitewater,,, \ alleJ farm and Cartland, to Rockford From Athens, by Yankee Hill, From Chester; by Jones' Creek, Hartland,. Brookdale, Dunham, chem- From,Kappa, by Money Creek, Lexington } t.t {'.{

t Bethel, Jlermblican; Spartansbnrg, From Sal m by New Retreat Lh"o: Walker's Grove, Quiver, and Liverpool Murphysboro> Urbane, Toledo, Jones- iing, Parks: corners, and Hunter to ,* Selma, Indian.. "rove,. A oca,;'Pontiac, ;1"" il t; .

t German and Tumpico to Gran ville. ma, ClayBVillc rind Lost River to Canton. boro, and Unity, to Cairo. Beloit, Wisconsin.From :: Sunbury, New Micigan, Eagle, and Farm '1 I;'.

:.' From Newton by Shawnee, Prairie,, leans. to Or- From Aurora by Sugar Grove? big From Chester by Kaskaslria, Prairie Elgin, by Geneva, AVia., to Elk Ridge to Ottawa. .1 I ii! ::1 ,

tnd endence and Pine Village, to Ox From Salem by Texas, tccsvillc rock Little Dock, Somof'aut=, Ross de Roche, Waierton, and Columbiato Horn: & J. .,. : .. ?, From Kaskaskia, by.Roma, Red, Bad,andPrairie it.!:;j f fi I.
ford..From Heltonville and lairfax to GrovcVan Duren St. Louis. From airfield by Marian's Grove and En. da Long, to Vf-Uvfl. .,. s <<..I Jl1 (J'
Ogden by Spiccland to arecns.oro. From Bloomington Grove, ShaLLaney's From Clinton by Waynesville, to J t terprtse( to May ivUle. From Kaskakia, by Ellis Grove, J.reston it, .
Shelbyvillo
Paw lm.
b by franklin to E.st Paw: Paw! Paw Grove, Lee Atlania. From farhStngton; by) Uniontown, Hermon,, Risdon, Lewzbarg, and Chewing, to Bell- *?ei.," ?. -:

From Orleans to Paoli. Henslcy. Centre, and China to Dixon. From Clinton.by Waynesyiile, NewCastle Abingdon, Berwick, Ellison, and Alena, toHapper's I V ill c. .- ,. I. .- tht f'41'
From Scaffold, Prairie by Wright to From Batavia by Blackburg and ; : ,
-From Otteredage by Zcnas and ; Eminece and Big Prairie tc Miii. From Keitfisburg, in Mercer ..County by : f :
Brewersville Sullivati.\ Kanesville to Grouse. Pope ,Creek, to KnoxvUIe. *!
to Sqipio. From farmington by Middle Grove Midway Heqdertpnville r 1
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From Owensville to Mount Canriel. From Selma by Albany andNiles toMontpelier. From Belvidere by Beaver, Roscoe, Delavan. Union Grove x in Troy Mils! St Augustine Grqenbnsb,p From Ke'thsbnrgj in M rcer County, by ,"t I-, ) I
Froth to ]I
From Oxford by Catalpa Harrison,Washburn, Lincoln, Harvard Clyoe Roseville, New Lancaster, Elllsonviile! Ale. Pope Creek,:Hendersonville: t9 Rnoxrille. !ti

Carpenter's Crock to IleutBlttcr Grove[and]1 From Sh'elbyville by Noah, Green RocT Run, Buena Vista, McConn l's Whitesides County. na, arid Il pper's.:Mills, to Burlington! ? Iowa,, From Keiibsburg.by Sun beam Pope l.: 14

From PaolL! by Prospect! field, Eden, Mend n and Pendleton to Grove, Louisa i Warren and Gratiot, toShul1aLur From Columbus' by Houston, Elm I From fredericksville, i by Browning and i Creek, and.Henderson, tq.Galesburg. "., 1 fl *
to ,
atches.I Grove Huntsville and Brooklyn tc ,, by the 1'r
From P French Huntsville.I Shelden Grove to Astoria- Frpm.Knoviile FwpasA Settle .
I Creek; Lndlov ul1. by Lick Jas1 Davis From Smithfield by Albany and From Belvidere, by Genoa, Sycamore Doodsville. From freeport," by Kirk's Grove, Yellow' ment; Robbina rarm,..Red. )Qak.Grp; and. J f'j t

t t land, White Oak, Haysville.Grove and, Iret -, James Ransom's to wo'ntpelier. Lost grove, Swan Grove andSo'nonauk From Cottage Hill, ly Addison and I Creek, Hazzlewood, Kent, Ward's Grove.,p Cambridge, CourtHouse, tq Genessee., V', j fl4:
Del.ctn Knoxville,by Magaon, wniew and 'J;
Bloouiingdale From "
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t LI..lIilt! From South Hanover Saluda to Ottawa. .to Itiriggold.From and Plum Riverto.Deripda!.
to Petersburg. by it '
New Clerinont, by Stringtown and 1 From freeport, by Rock River, Howard, r Independence, to Lewistow.n.. i. r ;.; : :
From Paoli TOlcne. Washington and rolk Run (anditcGee's From Bdvldere, by Caledonia Station :p i
by ;
: ; Vireigo Rockton. From'r Lscon, by Steuben, Lawn judge; : :
St. Mary to Newton. and Harrison, to
.Pilot X.uob- mid Frtdonia to Lca.en t. From) to St.Charleston. Beloit, (Wis.) Bass creek, Foot From Chili by Northficld and.KoaButh .II From freoport,.by Cedarville, Buena Vista and'Valley, to'Wyoming. -J i
orth Omer Eaanivillt' and ta Madison
by Oregon
: Sulphur Hill ville -
Wmtcrrowa and flat Rock to culumbus,' .', to 'Vars w. McConncUville, and Once, to Monroe\ [To BX COz\'TL"'n."sD'.1'

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5!! Jfloribian &c |0urual.TALLAIIASKKE the Democracy of ivc-ry Southern State to Prince Menu Uenschikoff1 h-k.-f; observe tbe Ecport W.ghi.tin C It-It, Arrival of the Xnr Arabia-Yoax, Nov. 3. FtncT: : ;;,. Dinner able Whig to the representative Hon. XTXerr..

; Mai
___.,_ _______4___%_ -_ ..-. 1 I ma;*, R-hUting uith lofty devotion to principle give an a xmtof tLe battle cf the Ahna very 'Lierent -- I h at bun-L Xtton haJ fallen off. bat at the doe of Ia with a public dinner br PQ -
from tbe reports of the French and Jvxjl .Leomoiaoderr I the market, preview to the sailing of th. teamer. gret, : constituenU at YauejriHe JD

! : every attempt, c*>rao from qoar ter it may, *. 1I. rays that the HuMlac rq llod fur prv-es WTC ujtehai-ged. Se! kr the week, 45,000 in; to the 28th \ortt *'"
alt
on The
to din nt-mber their ranks and introduce tchiuns.trnon aume Lour the attack of a very *uperi(>r /'xce. an-I retired Lwlom, at the f-jlk ing qu UlM-itf. LIZ : labored toast to Mr K
Middling Orleans 3j Middling Upland f+. FxtwrUrs received with J!*
Saturday, Xoirmbtr II IS1. tln-m. No butt the Whiys of Florila in tins ere-i i i.15 behind the KaicLa, *Lre *tL -yt4talj'be an-J speculators; took SOuO bale] *. F.ocr bss regret : great applause. Tla" '*

==r= -. --- -- --. -- couM tli'-y feu :c fd i'i diding: the DC- !; <]. tl-c n#xt day their camp in trort of S- largely a.Jvan.1 ; Can.il closed at 89s. Ohio 42s.- minus Chronicle says :

Hoticc. b&ti.1itthat the I'rino, after luring f1n all Ida Wheat advanced Is. Corn advanced 2s. white and and "Mr. Kerr responded In a speech of ay*. -
j i itiocracy and tdus defeat harmonious action : clo ed at ,'/ We in lecgtb, arid vftsfieqoeutiy'sg'
&
t Tl. arranrn -ul made viib Mr. Win UK* I 1 defetitire measure", would! cot. ne himself driciti yellow
on the h'enatoiial rjucfction would! noiw? tiy! Trade in Mji cheter has declined. Rice bits ad- people of the assemblage. It\ or the
., k'4 inkc. it titc.siy U t U* M UinM of iLe
bd V1.I'i tp t, IL Irt of OcUjU-r. W La l rg<- defeat nbroad ah a repudiation of the admiiiifttration j has carriJ out LU plan! for the campaign. an.! finally Bullion in the Bank of England ha* declined, seventy the the proodest dsy be tod err r erpa)_, -

"1,.. awnj'ta 'it w, tl.o bard -aruIii tit y.-ars, uA w* ," and an a forerunner of the tat th>; Hu-'UiMS 1/et but one thousand kUk-d and thousand {iound Commercial affair generally are tiould friends tbosko** forward toetptpWJT if*
b We at his action this
pt-i u't twiKUy )It/I* that JK! tu vjwapl bilk at.agti downfall of lht Democratic party of the Stak. wound-!-whilst the AHie mrrt have *o taio<-draorh a very gkiotny. FROM TIlE WAR. da on I then In a clear ant upon?JorSol great* mat ut

vil! rrvpi4 j
Ml 7 r and .Lcntl>* nvn y u rrircd ti.e4vpx attacked tb Ru ian battcric Sevastopol was that the S<>utb bad gained much
and :
4 'inn's. The Democracy of Florida is a unit of having the 13th. (rHm twit pioee* (parks 1)) of artillery. Men- by its
feel
\ *nuic ill I* lofede io the IxxAi ha a gave the whig who Toted with tbe i
t liill; 'jflbe! .ot through tL and its guiding star, jrrinciplc-and it will take attend eouix-il of extent fanatic* of the North *ome bard bit*
r ; *j-T, results and purrxe-s. The allwd general ref /rt, has g'xi to tins Jriiirt-a to a war.--- That Mawr and w

the Qjouey may Lc forwarded at cur ntk. care M to act aa not only to rebuke the enemy it is true a rnocb larger number-fm thr.!' In four It in LIi vd that hi* army will oc transfened to the ity in I take their portion.Rogers At Pnryear.the close of of tbi Mr's
if Jgjtjljli.iq.1tsan'.r .
CHARLKSE.DVKK.UUuig but to vindicate) its claims to arid oun-led on thi-ir id but nt I weise ( the ten a committee of four was
t fraternity tlKiUsand-of kHk-d! w 'niri rife in Vienna, 1'nri arid l I.nndnn ap
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44 -- --- -- .--_-_ with the brotherhood in other States. Falling the same time hey M-t down the I'.ian !h.'a at *iitLtuund. Hint Mebn.st'pnl! ho IM-HI tukeo, UiouL'h rxit geiwrally for for publication ; we hope '

FerbfJf$ I'UiW4 Turd or Ilc[ iired, bare thort of thu, it would be false to ittelfand It is ni douLt mocb in"c than M<>n chiloff croliled hwy have Ixu UMJ Uui. of largo stock j.b.lnng : of perusing iL' \

DOW a ( >' ] oppijrtutJty; in the < awo u* cfMr. admit Lul it a '.bal ly not a rreat a* is Uitd oprsttlnua. to l The following are tie reuaj
ri.ccnnrniukL-1 I betray the cause coinnitu-d to its keeping. pr r<-rn 'iM iIIVIa41.I1 with (h > Knglinh MiniMry n*,rrt ti '
J'a,1i.T, wbo ciat* )dIII7 Lis And lLin will U tL'j eae during re occasion
i it by antayxiietp. flat si-riout Jfit IIisM' ; tfcty !irestid: l N-l"re the This

t; W: fcrc r< }vt! Jionmy rail Difficulty SettledCou'veiA the ul#,!le war-no reliability! in tint ep.nta i.t L.ittUni l iiiiiiiiif of !Nov'inlrt-r I Cn-tt. CaiiroU-rt, the Frrwhroiiitiittii'li votr : 1. The Constitutwi of the United st5, .

4 1il: dtire; di* K.-rti'-e*, <*n *J.JftI$ Litu tbr jgb tl>t I Nor. 4th. >I their reeulta, an-1 nrthmg of ariy5ratii is.ji"it"PCi' -r, L: i.f..r.i.I l lL<; Fri-iK L {.ovrriiini-nt that the of the ages and patriot who aebievedlrtie
; thtt iii' utli'-i I 14 iiripn-r. n'iLlo to an an uultfrom *. the only bond of
.54k T.illbhutttt Vldtt Ofll'-c. Bee Li card iu uMbcr cvlcoluino. |t- equality
Tl < difTvuhy b.-twui the I'c>*t Oi! Dpartm.nt that niay reach us until it ban Uoisoufir i d aL.luland : tie among thee
Luii'Iti-il th'tutaiwlnnmicit the ban
: two Ltuiwijsiai. ooly true of Union.2.
1It! : auJ the fy 'Jlli Cartiis! !Kiilroad! a* tu U .i tranjArtaliorj it"t -
_ ; of U ; rrrJU; haj bm rtUlo-1 'JLc uuJb wewr aau. _ The right of the people to form their on ....
AfvioiiNTji) HY rm: AIIAUIA.H A of inestimable!
: right
4 *d Ii'otlb kZ(1 l .Siutb t., iJay.I tnt I a value to fittm*
: The Next General Au.euibly. I I $10,000 Stolen.CoriM'JeraLlc H. Lt4l,'p t, I lli.- Lifi-ct n'x'inif fr..m tin* (Virn. o, formidable to tyrant only.
74 Ttru\n\i) \ tli*; kiiuliifctit of tlie Jk-crctary offiiati From the aWe Ji.;/ vb, retnaik tl.cJ ( evrvin &xitu.-tt V.M csed'in /..i.rity nh .ua tu.I| !j.-i'fa-.l l Io L. lil '..st KIOIV I ihfin thr.-eliiy .. "3. John Kerr : Our esteerned fellov-ejft .

-, t v/c arc tnu1l'd to jircM-ril our reader! I tLe ttl.! it woulJ n; i a lL.t the ( -j.-tUon at iu 5n4lIIy! u.oruuij. ii thu .11. arig.r nt II..' 'I Im (ieiiiiiin |iiim nolii-nlca in, ii(Aj.r'iurLili{ |{ rii|,- A 1 I' I ) representative. Webonorta>g

: c'. U&tteu tb* JVt (Wrx Uepart.i.f; anl th. SuJicapua Ut int, Ly tJ.'iIxk ,' tieit 4U1h4't I l. ,li I.ie l. -t-ron Ai.diiu HK| 1'.n..L. (in-iit uiuUly onI it i* r. | and ably advocated the Censjntj,

\dth a comjlcl'; lit-t of the names nf Utf I ; J.a'j.i: .>d ljWn *> far u.wt'J tLztt the letr in ll'! As(,'. IPC yf (tl.i: MtnU, -.k r.lIu 11.1. I l.o llLj<-el WUa f'll lit it. ,_Iii. ; the.South when imperilled by .

T 7I' ut) r4 tI, n'xt (; ncr1 t. i t&il, art *giIa L In fyrogr'>* r"rtb *tvutL.\ TLi HII I )nI s1.-i"d.'l. wU e i( (,( n( I fuiil. 1.1 I I.l4 'ri I.ttttst- u th Arabia. th.:the : M 4. North Carolina : Among tbe Iat-. msi-

lily v.-Wch ratot* in t.is! city on .Monday, tLtiT7lJi 1 I! L* a ri-c-alle %LUii.n; : to the j ?Ui", Jx U-c Urrntj ,-titi
intt. iLe .-ttu.et: BLat tlyy nay. TLow- nn have i J I' fl: UJity ut h ..' -Lik: huii'l/iy 4Y1'IlIIj,"fi ll.c train 'J I.i Ife ja nn ladr iliii--l in w*. A Itn<.. :., lc.j-I| h '{,mil* ill be the very last to recede from it, 00 long aft

fc'KNATK:: ;-1 1I Miju.u': ij..,t U-eti aJt4'.Let4 U tu, yet we Lace little; d'>uU) tic .,1iiej.i.j iJi-l XVirn t JLJJfv.tl! thAt! U I ,, litit |II.i-t-1..1| ju I ll.R ( '|ll fl,1CT.-ECLnhii1-i1. W'kF'l.. Uy ftJY..VC a triui/.j/L MI part of tbt S /otlCj.rc'1Jt ( \\n-ii\A tluit |/.ji.tit hu l/<-tti iiiji<.$,!Ll j In !ri."" 1 | | idin'tf .!, divided we fall.

? c'jrj'yraii'/n. 'Hie oxn.-iA'jy, l>y %Iituc of ilj I r're.". It 'H n.jiji'xi-'!, iin thea'J rliKiiin.t of fnually 'I'Lii (/.VrHiliirhl li.ltrB i Inllt-Hvl t'xluy l\\ii In'.I ,cn. 'i nil Irnl.ii f t' r I llin e ; 'T.' j iti-xj; ,..ii 1 the rci> ti'of tlii! jjijyli'-, Lave citUr :iti'i'PI ;. rein I, lLal )h': i j4 ui.
6. '! If DffTRn.T. Hanla H'f.n-[Vacancy- ] ktj t ; j I'ay >r c LU,4 : .- t:.t'-. Mi. A'i4 Jg.r. ta.f.t I U/MI i* i't> It Wna f | -| >X |S |lv ( I lit of n Constitution
; ; election tJOlhlij-t.! than Lt ti.s.j} Uje fiiithi-r I 11.1| liii. i..i, i.f i-nMilry, U inj r.-.juit...I f'.r th KniI with and the UmonN .
4'j& .. ] by ruash j d41 eitW j Ji. >f the in, a.,1 Liri"r for lu-J-i'try afd *x
f t' HI I) i i iti t; .-Wilton artd ;-art ofIIoni cr :1-c tlty Lave- iteJ tJ/ Jtfiatt/ru-nt to etuf n I Iiu / Ii jy/tiaiit iistii.Iar.I ivCIy nr.vC ilia Irf.Fhthl.hlt. i'l I l.lt'i ( :illtu.U will (b., m-lit nllt, t tliuiiiiiiiLi rneiit check* (j we repel with indignation all interference with it',
r to I U' I''iimii. Hoiiut \i.iinli-i-ji| 1 from i.lhrr | 4
.tI orJ'.r V's ( z1ed.te tiM u ;Ja! |Iij ruLK.'u u d' ulyiJftrcuty the part of fanatics and demagogues.
I <. Crillir.IV n.utfliLit that it )
-B-Angu will f Uciuilii,
r.i'i.i."it >> n-ijuiri.J. |
Cfl'ju.. (Jes.t4. .l. )>-; i. out in u l J.ttjr J'ving Miu 4. 8. The brave and true men of the North wbo vo
t4t % (t 'Y'r the r.iaJ.J'r LtiAiy.Mi : l
:t JJi iTuicr.-Jirh K>:i and j'trt ofH in Lu :...vlh'i' to ;i tii',yi in' til In |Vin.vIvut I iuitit >< MI iinmt thr for the Nebraska and Kansas bill : To their firm
: -.in.ni-t( Ca
i uli t I. \n]
'otg'z. the C1.ajt.s thii.kn tLut the l >4 ? Liiiiu-il; <', > i ia > < \ fulrat-' ID render the
and
,liH-s: -Jo/tn 7' Myrirk. / (<
V IifTfti) .T.-WaahltiglotiAijJ Cftlhoun % II ri t.1Jy! J t4-i uii.e tJ u..ttLt: uue isy .,, I -t Lut 14 I l,i z iy, ii | ., -irtnin-r i.f tint U'ar M'ni'ti r hrnl tint I Itnkf :
f fNIW
n
1e1t18l J Cui !itv ti nil Iti.Lfj.1na > ). anti s-quality-a curse when it ia tat
\ <: > > ion ai put ij-yuiil / kutrq
I
ViiHamH.Vjun. tLe olLer. We
.: ej: Ca-ll... I HIT nluiFof Mi'u-i. in< lu.I..i n itiinil rof of "
i <,f a l.s'il r litU'/tial clul i.:iij'i.... !,.! )'l3 13. 1 alx/ve oppression. *v
VI I D I n r K I c r .-Fr t k3iii! -Tloma* J. ri-rniit4, I fi"tii :MM i Srllmr i i- t tl.li-l.iiii-nt.i nrnl I olhii I.I -
-. -. New York Election- |ji&.fvu.-a 1t> Ltve id il I a i-l/il>lacx-Li;'>! :.i v.. II ha '1.-- from u a..'irly 4f Si i.ti-ra nf CLuiily nlo! <-|,<-fj |tii uIt'iniin fiii'i; I )
v..' : ;- Jjj :. On Jtt th- ekti .Jf in .V tv V ikI (Culh'.lii) I l 'tnl.'ii.In it> i New York Markets.
.iiA Tuwhiy n run.e < -iiit. 11,.- < Z V. I P. lJ* tlId ClJ'l JM I !, ,iaI i kIl.tI.ehjj niMi> ) Iii

I :..;) VII 1. I itite-, f'/r (Jov<'ni'r, CotijrtAMriHi, I. gi !utuie.c..- 1L4-y Lo : ii't 4ri.zb.I! u ni'ti..-i.l Vm mat,iCt. I llic f'ir i'/n i-x, hunii (tlaa uflrrii'X'li. Lili!* i.j.,rII >u-u adeclrbingtendency.
I niiil wrra lulhi r / a
f.itih.irg Aiiiwnp IIMJHin r t.
0 : ?. Tli1: cuut.ttt wiu lutl.-r uit'jMc'!, ui tLci) wno no ]< ala;/ 1 1.- | lVloo 41 ful I !tIUthjt4 Cf L.'l fIiUh- still I Hilot.iti I.ilUkll LlU U'Co'lril.l I Kuli a U/i j JJ.llaixlfid' } i tjiuh is quoted at 9J cent per its There ill Em.

tt:. 4 VIII Di'Titicr.-!Ix-on-M.! A. I )ng.IX t.'i.tii/"or ciirJi'Jatet in the n'ld, njnekintiijg I'ori'/u Uit ate now at woik.J'oLMll. I ritiii wt-ri ul-ii. it fflnuli' low r limn luct j.ut *iitit !> \ demand for Rice at from $5 37$ a f 4 M pn

r t' itU, Know *ioUiiii c, h'/fli, I tnt d4! au'i J AUili'iiirUj.tojnrr. Tin* nit": of rMlr\ r lit I'lirU rol.tii.utvith ILs. Rio Coffee la worth from )0 a lOf cat* pa

a.p 1)rnzr.-VklIlb-Jungs) Xmilk. It i riiii; thnii! proLaLiu, Lowtvir, that MAhb.ACJ.Iri ,-Jf. tsry J. (,' r--r, KwJ, nf -n X OimBM.T.-Jt-/r/ <'i on-!Daiiitl I IJird .Sr.XI I !1-si fuxi.iul'li') | the J'tI.n % L4 b4eIi I I.-c.t.-.j. tJju HjMn-rivtLicjg r i. L Ihs-JKJcr Madison U'Hluiu A. J''iu- I l-'roin Ihv AiiiHtrnliim nliM-k hrirsl L.-t ILiilh ,., ,, : MOBTALITV I* iMoNTGOJCEBTITw \\U-
: s.s .J.1o& *i'w V<>;k Jijiro*, on tl.o njoii.iii;' <>f tL* olrt-HM J & Jttt :r to hi ii. (Ji.atLn Allvn, )i"% K'rally "' I iilitati"in| hl.nw) in.Trii'iii'/l.<-..b IH.i.q, i-*|f,4-i.iMlfy i iuItumiiiiii to th<- ) in Montgomery from the 1st to the

r .4 on. cf.tioii! : in tl.efollowing;: Artiele, tLrtw mc IJgLt on '- utnl LJ detAil the eLkrg insult a mirtt l.im Ly I t c-<-'liiiirn.I I mill I itt Vi'iiiui i i fr'.ni 'Jay to IiV, -: /
of October were 54-13 white and 11
'.44: ; .- XII! JJlBTHICT.-iJlifhilloil-Il Tiry J.XIII .1.eS the M .f tl,. ihiy : Jii lg Allen in a >j s 4-sIa! U.t'li: Ly him ot tt.e frWICjobiVb.iori thr iu a Kv Lut iatt-unjju-d un, nn iitiiti'/n of dis Loss \ !
,,t. t 3t t'art. .. i1.w haII -.ite 1;,. flta? (JfflrA.r, IBof ftIwa%, Ii at V.14tfr1.t'r. ilr. OaiJner Ji JI1I that trnLlVoiii I
( Oit..a it U ittatcd. I lit (--Liprn/iili-, m-n] an.lIhlluw I The Advertiser says :-We are happy to

..' I I Drjurr.-CIunjbi&---S'iIjiam I II.I I .1u U..ti, ,of ti'ii, z.tui!, '-,.4 *tt*:', ilUiriMi'li si? si.-t.t Jui tL 4,(: tLtLJtM a'i.ii..tr--] ( ht Li ul way* lxu an iv'ztiirtLei'j'.d j urrn'l- WITH Ix-ing tisi.l.! ti tho ilcditciruncuu, and that Mr. Jennet, of the Can't-Get-Awsj

t .t. I i '-Atic-u of the fui'i t .Lvo! 1 1&w, iio.I wajio fAvor < Con P.XIV. u 14Q ,i.itjl !T..ir hut iu the j The of five narses, ar

J. 'ity, it u ir/ij); ) )tl. A fiom Bu-
Dirsuier.-IJi'.aI-E'ward I %
r JHJIXV. )1t'I private di-pnl
: .. tJIi1,1y; or ujfi Aity j fi'j ij.liKeyoiow ; -. i he id ti.r wT.r iiiI Yif' a rAn itl/j {14 or -listrr.t. duti-d A. I tint I ll'.lli iiittiiht. JthihiiUIS4-5 that the the of the sick of oar smitten city.
,_ LUll. w>u! 1 iX re tS Vl (; ,tfrT.iLy egLt: ki l.--i i iu tir of !tt!. fi tint L i-vl iu Jui.e Colliiw.
| j : ;;itii' >w, ., ri.ii.inriiri'il: on the 1 IT.th. Two hurulre-l I
4 t1jiiri'I l inaVinty cr u> re if tLtfc tveie l..ut..r..1j.u. .
'.4. Jirujcr.-.ikc4un! .Mafioii and1JtSVI I te.At !.C it&d a ti Czrea f'd' iiih4c j.i.-rt-n of Lruvy nililliry wrro employed.Th'ily wore
li tAi i of the Llrer
:: .tic party ftUit* jut ixw, l/-. tt'ze CO Derangement ,
r flutj.f -I) id Vi two. tLiij '. Lvc jJ u r -tjr txJi !< /k. Jf Lti. rlI :qsii. llioiiHiiml, KtiM j t :& iiv'ric. > *
on well the
S of the most common, as as mod fcf-
iii'u t Ihn |).,l.ni'l'i hi. Tlio v.mgimrd it nt H-,. one
;ft: DiNTiticr.-NatHaw-/'. />. Trary. .*- cry Jj n/yrUc vivL2'x tulL* SI JJ Lt w .Uj 'lv.-l ,.. iHiiml KiM-iiitM miiW Usolukutfftriii I iti tb. diseases known to American physician/-*
?. TLt .h.a'wr.TiIe!! / ; of the 4'h c .c.tiJr.. ft ririlj5vr vi I oeeupLJliii
;: :I II. Li. fc.'tt&ni ty th.ui.4 'i .jt.t 'ji :;i.q.. satu bad fur attracted the closet attention of the
I)nisisIu ToitlUrh.OMI years
I. ..k x vii Ditrvjur.) -.SL Jolirii-, Oting4-, I'ut- L.t OJ* Z. a24j 'e4)'jh1 t14: I,72JY. a r/ .-etJij '4 f th. U fi'XTats of Dutal O"J'.tt<> ( !*r.near r\t Ii t'-s i)IEftATtfl. faculty in all part of the Uni ed State, tad

c. 4: tIttsi: nuJ :>;it. Lucif:-(juor II. : vi% i'X L.ri tLe n up to the time of the discoTery of Dr. H'Laort
t.Ury w, li* u..r. u a. i.t ;j. ex.jjX; &*, < in it almost tbe reach of il &
.xflJ DuTKicn. L J ; itjA /.s. of t..Ldn'; ir.V* y>*ii'J ira.tj'/a te J.'!rio. if nL'uV.'JMtal's nI'Ii-r| to jurvnil that OnuT) 1'noln will ;.l1vsht..liut.-ly We Specific, was beyond
0 'I. i, vyar;' n-iJl} M 'r /; ojj U* 5v;Wti 1>.J. T ttt < i* x/J j skilL Thousand bad perished without even a
in ISt'44'iruLi.i. thut it present
it. '. IIiruadc-IIauiliu V. S 'I; Ii_? t.t tL4C az" : .:' Lja. h'tnator, Ly the ntit jer r-J iilit,'.| \\ \.thi-r ntioh u a.iyi iiiotcriu-nt IiI may HClunlU BOH that of relief, and although >thousand may yet be
.fri' i' 4.4 b I klItf ti.ij4! I. u i tlx: HUVj' cfI }'k.ri.1a' to feel the direful effect of tba most com-
I roiifniipluti'tl. Imt. tti if tle TtiikUh eornniuii'lrr try we
, cs XIX Jxruzc-r.-Murare :4! DwJ-J. :
:;: cM.Ir.4_ 4Ii.3'.4 nhoiilil iii-I OHMtho fii'iitit-r. nifimcimr at- made disease, it ia now, thank* to U* research of
p. I'Uor. JJ t ,JvJ ti-uZt. .a td yj the >r. Gc-,. U.) Il'Ltr i iii the \VLij ca iidiie Jr flint.- I litti.lrt hi'-li) h.' iiininlniiii; ill it t* vioinity will he nltn. <*tnpiniiv tion iTLane, most completely brought witbiatw MOM

WJ'.V t,, Lie t t, lrtt4.tti (Vf !4. S.* .t4. It'.., t- Lii tL. Vttc i> ,rir.-rt i inoiirii'ii.i his .It-tailing'. in coinpiil.torv. inactivity cur to othurb.'k medical control Tbepraprieterao/tbeUttrPiUt
a \V'hig; In ilulin. I'mli'-t i-lii i 1/4 ti fxo- t.r4a I IjJ'i
; iWJ Ii.frk th
S 1eJ, vjwti. 1.1o rtdi ttijt, of I1ot.Jtl. W i 1'iii Idfoian nrmy i.t i.I..servnti.'ii l i It may i.tjul. > iiitelliu'f confident thai they oder a remedy which baa
.ith-IF] iVrni/crntK 7 S'Ji. J Vtit.- 1 tti.ia : .ei tM L'aar. 1 minister te leJ dm ,and which has never failed
would
hi-t by *
!L.r the cajd1it. of iLt Ic. 7.atJs -I.-.l I 11 l..t lint i.ir.-ii'-i\M'MrutiiiH[ ) on {Art. j jnt I| fally
.i..L' .
a ? t.4 .r.r. .: th' jvi'j.ti1 &ci x Evj u : vcrwit. wLea txtmi.
I- L for the immediate aucresd tilrly
tliu iiioiiiiit <> tiii.-iviiilin puruwi :;
.i The Mat froL-i II.tn.JJt/ it uviw t bw't .;>' !v TLit U>y J f..Lt Ly tr4'-tj4r : : are r'I.r. [ of tfTiflin n livoiiioii in favor of tho allie cations Fur sole at all th bswns in Tallahassee, a&4

I. ,,: CcThtt4.J. tijir V.j/ rta t', h. ai; wJJ.. tL* r inoe any Kii'-iin force ih.-sined i for the relief of Sebaat"jA we clip ( ) one Agency ia every Ton ia the South.

:..l. *. c : I a4 J.-J 7 ; : .s :e1JU:. .y i& lu;( ttLe The Business Season.Tlie { mutt I.ng.Prs* this have reached Perekop.THI I A Norembcr 11.1S5I. 43 SwHODS.

; 'VLig CLarerton! Jf I CUt y v, :_ : sic'jn or sECASTororMareill. in -I
AJ.AsIuA-JL ;; IJL.: J. t'a..k4 tLe- Oct. 20.Th States
;.. '. CiLnt.t-ii- ;:JIlw .J.vg rii.t'.n rxt c'iea no giu4r&l l 5iitcrruj ti"n off bUi'e'Le1.1Jait < City of Lmnl. transput sLip, which left Con- .
Jd' 4. V..LL4J.*; V> <.-/.f'x.vJ til ealcLliliMj.! Wlatvf : ,nicLui, as tLre .J b.in tnritin"l lf> on the 13th) Lajust arrived. She brings treaty the
? ftn.l jf7juji, J.7'. JJtub dlIJr.1w U_ Kfw :;'.ti. n; i. i *fi> of tLtiiBii4 oi.ie S.uthern cluca, Lat the dcrpntehc* from I .,rd liag'an. the Ly TORT OF ST.ARRIVED.. tARKS.
h .'. .s#': ':* ii/ *>* L*%.: r g-ai. of lowing ; Lut if .
D1VAL.-M1tJ! JI &, ) interfered with cotniueicial active i z. t tneutous
L.- ,; MX.ii j.fr'fr.e in New York
:
.a.kj
y &s thv
DkIiI-- We t.. e-viJeuces tL.*. i 1. I ADVAMTAOK CIF A HAE& SKULL.-A negro belonging wo NOT. I. Schr. Mootnue. O. Winslow, from Mobfl ,
V j { ; ii.y :.c4 io.'t j'-et t-'t< }i >.4i i.'i JVirjt lTiIa, Ohio, uaJ Juvit are glad ttc th. iiiurruj-tl'js
I ter Mcks. salt to Beard Jt Denham.
to lUv. O. C. S. JohnAon of this County, Was accident 40O ,
re.ti4.J b': ivJL at end. The trswactious iu Cotv>i, J./T Ut lt tL the

: M: of U*< ciJi'Jj Jit/s I L left every man to have Loon quite! Urtje, rat] tl.e gwz..&;'s.'. of the ally hot last week. Two Luck-bot struck him at Lets CLEARED.
}.**.AX uit.Avvi!* W. 4J" 'ik ;it.Uy rch ai 1 Iie y.kiies! and absolved him ia cheerf-l! and btlrriag foTciLa.ic/'s ? lr.'tactivity the angles of the forehead, and passed round under realiziiK NOT. 1. Bark A.H. KimbaH, J. Sleeper maafer, to
city t tt
? : ; FLtLU-hn1 J' P 1ftL1d: uut! party obligations. Wh a the votes cij ( ) If; FetUs, New Turk, with 619 bale cottuo,
tiO.Jf the skin, coming out behind. Ko serious damage wasdune sale of
t'l: ,Vfc
1-; (; Jf, Jvlatvsn, J'aul Jif J, U:<: tk-V/ry will J L'e but very little meaning thanks to a thick skulLNegroes cally holders 2. Schr. W.R PeWs, TT Faoeett, for t.i, Orleans

I. :V, I). Zips, />> W JIW4ltJMiL'1J4AtU I A au> !WJy, Jf hjfiwe l>e dec-ted it must be Ly MES. K<. EDITORS :-Ia jour \< \x c-f tt li, you nition of 50 bales cotton 179 bbla. spirit turpentine, 448
Wti7cie; ; if CLak U tlcted it must L* by the regiet that there nr Becovered- rosin, 50 tibIa. Tar. (from RaodalT ,Tar Work,)
us
express your tzv
Puui.. 1 *w >*t 'x*; at>hlWi IJefuocrac a* uc-11 I aa by sxjuug We understand, enjs the Jacksonville .A'elfi of the boxes, 6 bundle and 2 $ bbl. oxbe 6 bU*. pota
VVLv* if UIu] 6i4i mtj in it t be 'vho disire anucxatioa to Ge jrgia i ALiWa*. If The ,.
Jhxj.L.1u-J. R. JIc'4'-. < tau by a tote to .
4th inst.that two of (Ihc mis-Mug negroes belonging '
tja4e tij (ruin evrcb'iy UlX.LhbOiiOl.Otl-at>Vli. C.rtr. 4 1'tSitb1YZiMk, tiilM of tbw writer for tueh a clju.:e, voa rllftake Mr. W. II. Saundersof; tLis County, tupr ed to Lave that the 'ilLdct1. have been recou-red. It seems they al/ Cuba da 158 hides 56 kin .
JfQLk-j). J been stolen, cotton yarn, *
., 14 : the, purport and rieatisg! of his cotia.cuieatioa as mies of
1' Kansas Emigrants Coming Back. Bonded (rum their master and concealed themselves VESSELS IN FORT.
: J4cw-A. L. Jitti'st, fl 3f. C'. Xt4, published iu your but nuruUr. C2e cljtci Ue writer WLilat
ri'. if koy of the emigrant Bent out Ly the antiebreryfi&ckly on Fleoiiug'a I lacd, where th"y were discovered and the Rark Asa Fish, Wolfe.
tKd JJat II'Juil.urtf. had ia view, was to uire-ct j tLc attentive the fact,
to lake tewi'/n of the Ttrritory of Kansas taken. that Scbr. Montrose, Winslow.

I Jofc&ua Tn} lor, John }'. Dejvttji. nrv Lrojuiiug kick of the undcrtaliug. We du not that ia a certain stcti- of the Su>, a s'j-ocg fehngiu mate V V
favor of annexation
t'j ALLa
%.4- .. V/.I Kafjiy. woti-ier that Northern abolition pLUantbropy ben a va ruj pore-d to Important from San Juan. The OBITtTAEY.DKTARTID .
'.1.. i.-' esi.t, and U elicit a dUcLM-ion ef tie W'sJtai M. (;
< r. |uirt-d U do more lLan talk and vote, bas usually propriety WAbiiiMiTo.v, October 31, 1S64. this life at St.Aagasthtt Florida, Ocfo-
J.i-.oa /!< <- ClitJrefc, Jow-pli. CLrulie, end pioLaL'e a4Jv.taC-* if tbi Soule-
been found wantics. We find iu the Bobtun Atlit prcp'sH'dchange. I am informed from nn unlourved source that the he 2d 1854 of"HczenaIesia'Mrs RAOHELWEST-
Jolu Ji. rJalL-mtu! /;. A. Shine.fr. If the seatiuapnt cf tie of tLe West ,
pevj.le Jritish[ Government Lrw iWue l orders to its naval ofli-
Byrne account from one of tbtli cmuEaiita. Says the and MILLER, wife of Andrew J.Miller, aged Hars
'4 *' :i } \ v-Jaincts K TJjoinj.uon.MAIMO.N All UN : was in favor of the clorge cf rvUtxx referred to, ct-Ta and diplomatic agvrit in the West Indies and! LumLle ; leaving an infant eigbt day old.

: .;- IJ. C. I'OJK-, Thomas Longford.AUiuo.v A yonng Milk! street clcrt wlio WPL! out wjtb the tLcu and then ody, the Trr, ac'Jr r tan the principle of e'utrul the Mu-quito America I'rutectoratu.which amount as to far the as abandonment(I re\ town iteoucerued. > Hairs. l Mrs. Miller wa the only daughter of Dr.John

.te .' AM> $U1PTflbIthUZ1 S. llarMONBOE September party from Ikton, rites to Lu friends a that when a pepc! are du.atcd with their These 4rioer are din-cU-d not to iuterfei ethere Surveyor General,of the State of PlarHa.She .

q ; 4 niotl dvlt-ful af-cvuut of Li) iitfc-ringi. He sava that present condition social, civil, or pobical, they sLould! any further than to protect recognised. and luna police most amiable woman, moving quietly
was a
I. ; after reacLin Kunnad city, be &tiJ otLtra of Lw purty be at liberty to eee-k ore ir.<.re cocgicia! w itb their 1c.le Critiah subject* ; not to a= eit ruiv ri 'ht of aoreicinty beloved

4'& -S. F. JoneS.OIi'G1It. started on foot, gun ii Lau l, for their IK-VT location.Ou fcelinjs! and more conducive tu tLe-ir va or any jurisdiction over tin. : p ace; not to intermeddle unoetentatiously in her sphere : and audi
,
happiness Th
tljtir w ay, be says tby were oUijed to tlwp ia with any quarrel between the Transit Company e the community where she wa well known and bad

c: i ; Y. ..Sear.. the bay gathered up in the fields, anti puicbaied a thi1Jv3Cd to eiund to them e\ery facility cou utent and the town, or with any controversy that may the most of her life Madiaoo Coonty Florida.

:'.3 N %JIA C lardy Jones. quartwf luilk from un Indian juaw fur twenty-five with the well being and future pros, rity of other Lie going on as reK-cU title to !land or the right ofpos.esaion kindliness and generoeity of ber.natara WM Wt
lus
cctt to jrioutcn their Lard food that reacLing and to leave and claimants <
; upon sectijna. The language einj-loye-J JJ net the occupants to
1'Lr.'A-E1ijb.z! Wall. tbeir di-hUnalion. they fuund the accomodationa to Ix idea that the of Middle cccvej settle it as they can. They are not even to lend any has i the wkle range of her acquaintance.and 'was die-

KT.; JOJI.M*-Kd. J. DununctLfiA.tTA a few over crowded tectn. and they were obliged tocuinp pc plu HorkX or that even support to the titles to land i5ued bithctto LY the with that modesty and humility which are tavidencM

r in thc open sir. The )land DOW unclaimed i* the author desired annexation to Georgia absolutely, f'-riucr 'British vie-eoniuh .At that place. Cfaiaiji of real warth. SU bad but recently ((20

? 4 KO A-//. IT. Tftotnpton.r. eoine dittunce fiom the Iliver, a&J u bare of uood. per tt, for the take of uch a connwtioa merely, hut of actual Biitiah subjects for damages in the 11 ol lino returned home from a visit among her reUlive

p- l.LVZE-W. F.'fl uaselI. In addition, Lc BUJB it is oect'fpary to keep a iigilant only conditionally, tub tni>do, and without the sligbt.fcfct bombardment arc to ue taken notice of and to be reported March 3 : ) New Turk and PeooaylTaiuavwfaer
their ffecta. fur fear of their June SO New Jersey,
eye upon disappear but nothing more and if the American vcclaiu
WALTON G'ilcj Bower*. hint ut the honor, glory, or proapv-ctive bene-fit ; ol be
June laat for tiw teoejtt
ance. Jig declare that of tlie party oboe hundred the port salute the flag of Nicaragua, or any other bad been since
1 WAXVX.X.A-A. K. Combe. und twenty v>bo left witli Lira, at leafct ninety ere on that might result from ucb a measure These were flag, nothing is to be Raid or dune agonist it. In a Total which at that period, was zna4aaial1yired L
their back to the Eastward, well natufied tbut Kfl to other who might fccl di discuss sucbnuLjects Total
: III.CTO.Jamfi 11 r own. way poted to word, the protectorate is altogether abandoned, at The sudden removal from amongst na of UM ia tba
they are not fitted to settle anew and uubr'keneosm- ; fir whether tLe-ie would be Ltueficbl least at San Juan, and if Nicaragua could now takeriseseIon Total and
in ilalirt. Claftkiflvd will try, wnl quite disposed V the vrbolv 1u- aay of life. BO much endeared to her family, w
t Whig parties jironuunce from the of the place, she would meet with no The
c opposition
resulting
sas bcLeujO n grand )Lurntug. uscquenc disruption of present from the British Government.a jr, viz: beloved by those acquainted with her.aad V*
IP sjtand in tie Iloute-DtmocraU U3-WLigs tiva if indeed such ties
$l" % ( exist.) of suUIcieut importance sad W*
Rica has ulso taken an irnpoilant stop in that customs circumstances so trying,ha caused grief
.#444 17, includIng the member from Washington, The trar ia Europe u ezbausting the resources cf justify the Middle and Weal, in assiaiing to them region. Some forty or fifty mile above the mouth of been that cannot U told. "

.4' 4_ who u understood to bo pledged to vote fora England, and is ash J to tie a large cauite of the commercial selves the responsibilities! of eucli a step, I am not the San Juan, a considerable stream, known a* the .aiKls. i

embarrassment Uierc. The Liverpool Time prepared to affirm, though, I useure there are San Carlos, empties into that river. At the mouth of amount DIED. Wakulla County, Florida, at U.
States
D *jnocrnt for the United Senate. you
< famous
tLe affluent there is nn inland commanding the navi- SAI4)E
1854
.f who Alex. Berrien Oliver, OcL29tb, ,
of tbe 18th ult. remarks regard llmpiestiye of
many
S In the! two Houses, there will be a Democratic : a gr.atnarne among gygation iof the San Juuu, and this island Costa Kica ihe of CoLFraaciM.t J
War will-Moo prove itelf to be as great nn exLauster the State-*!, -great in wealth, great is power and political Las garrisoned and ia foitify ing. At the same time public second daughter

4I* majority on joint.ballot of 9, counting as fAiniuc. 'Jlec"nt of our army for the prc- influence, and above all, great ij the vrt improvement she has notified the Transit Company that she is a- 1841 Mary E. Lawrence* of Columbus, Ga, aged *

the senator fiom Hamilton and giving the cut year in tttimated at coL.hidernl.1y more than tie *, and progressive spirit, ami enterprise bout to take possession of the entire right bank of the 1842. 1 months and 25 day*.
sujjport of tLe In L rx>a autry iu 1847. The people energy San Juan down to its mouth, a territory she has long 1843. babe I *
t Whigs the in Santa Hoea. which characterise the age, as to induce Farewell, dear angel Altboujh yo"
worth of enough
'! vacancy required 8,000.000 corn, wbicb threatened claimed. TLu includes Punta Arena, where ore the 1844 < '%
Among the election* to bo made by the to exhaust our bonlu. Our Heel and troops will 're- the with that we were part and parcel of Georgia, in buildings of tho Transit Company, which, if the design 1845. bard in one of nature's not painful

". quire 8.422,09J| before the doe of the current fi cal her onward march to still greater power, wealth and be earned out, will have to decamp to the Greytowu 1846. you did not know death ; for *och M

'i Legiftlature, are n U. 8. Senator a* successor yeur. The bullion receipts, week alter week, ara im- political con e-quence. tilde of the liver. It may bo doubtful, however, do not dio. Earth, with tbee, only fa'l

) to Hon. Jackson Morton, whose term expires intiis'j, l/ut the bullion return of our bank* show) no whether Costa Rica can raise soldiers enough to execute world the mom"< '
I not I better brighter just a*
increase. Tho demand for the precious metals am repeal, si yet ready to say that I am such a scheme. a *
1 ;t : In March, 1855-a Comptroller Public Ac. to be greater than the uj>ply, wbicb in infinitely appear one of those who cherish such feelings, and am animated The into the golden dawn. Tb*bright, eUrod I1* -

..' i counts, Slate Treanurer,.and State Engineer larger than at &oy former rxmod ia our history....... with siH-h views and sentiincnu AJ at present Tho Washington Star says : acres have, dosed after thee, and thou Last met kindred St

t Thin prove* that aa eudlciss quantity{ of gold dote uot advised, I would like Atchison in all the glorious rapture) of supernal 71****
yourseliea Senator
tind GcologittJn supply a )H.-ople with money and that in trade, .( to see Florida n.e she ia and a* whole of Missouri, will not be iu Washington during the You were alway too beautiful-to
a
p. the election of U. 8. Senator, it is Mhisperod alt Jcgii-lntion LJ the contrary, it is imply dealt in aCou i advancing, as boffli*.
a >uiodity, like all! oilier article of coauuerea." he deserves to advance, under the atupicts of a wise, coming wsskn of Congress. Hi term expire* on the were and now, aa yon return to year proper

f. abouflhat the Whig will endeavor to judicious, and enlightened *system of legwlntwo to the 4th of March next, and we take it for granted that During : bid you, for awbilo adieu,thankic?Him who takes
his determination to remain in Missouri during the "'
produce confusion in the Democratic raukn, The Late Oov- Bart of and that He hath hown w fcowb4antiftd the e1
career improvement prospe-rity. I am for eoine winter is the better to enable him to attend to his new 0.

z, und thus prevent the regular candidate of the The remains of Oov. Hurt, late Governor the change: of some ort and description, for the better. share of his contest with Col.Bonton, the end of which of a seraph is.

-. whoever lie be from being chosen Territory of Nebraska, arrived overland St. Joseph, PRci EU3. may not come off fur some month yet His absence -
party, may ; from the Senate Chamber will make the election oj
on the 24lh ult. ia charge of the Committee appointed $10 Reward.UN .
,, but we hare every confidence that signal another pro tern. President of the Senate necesrtry.all .- The
by Acting Oov. Ououng, to aooompaoy tliem to Ma. Eniroa :-We closed the K-rvict cf our fourth I we learn, there can be no little doubt that honor in this L. fl AWAY from the Subscriber o 5tUt:
failure
I disappointment and disgraceful awaiu Hutli Carolina Tbi* Comroittee consists ol Cot W Quarterly Meeting fur the Leon Circuit oo Sunday p will fall upon| Senator Rusk of Texas. At least, that $ __ j day, Oct. 28th, ft negvoBoy naisd BetuJ

them. While Whiggcry at the North ia coidtf B. Howard;New York ; CoL U. Greco, Ohio ; James the 59th October, at Concord, with a Missionary co! is the opinion of all Lure who are credited with being Said negnj abo tpi M :: h'V

ctug with fanaticism, arid by ,ita unholy H. DuylefEq, and Mj. Wm. II. Jones, of South lection amounting to the handtorae sum, in cash anti( men of shrewdness in looking upon thing political." inches paid rr berb blr and detv stout v built.to hi.Tb JO TSUabIMIS

union with traitors is enabltnl to throw men Carolina. ubccrintiou*, of f 357. The liberality of the Congregation intunnation that may lead wlmrr1J-

who on that occasion lead to, the expectation that No Further New from the Arctic. A I Gfty doUats foe *iWiOS sue'
into Congress are only remarkable for day
Hoc. X. 0. P. Kicbolson, of the Washington Union Leon Circuit will be in the van in mU/iunury coutii New YOKE, Nov. 3. ami uvict those bQm*
p their inteaso hatred of the South and the ad. Later date rea ived from St. John bring no fur .
I i ido&cu
to i
isfBootiooed as likely appointed Oovcruorol Lutioos at tie next Florida Conference ther iutelligcucv of the rnisu of the AnsbuaU. or ruoawwj.Novcuiber 11 1854. *l IS -

: uunJtatiou cf Picoidcnt TIKZCK, U behoves .Nctruka, In ilacc of Burt, deceased. MBMBW, U. 1'. I'-ICHAILDSOX. I t.Ic'4 puteogers ,


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Bounty Land Warrants, Committed to Jail, HODCKISS & SCOTT Fresh Crackers ai4 Ctaese, f :
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TOUGIIT at the *' /,, j>r'ice. and procnrji O Sunday fith of Noremlx-r.) a NVpro woman '1Th BOXES Soda Cracfcers, 80Frta 1

1) r J fr thow Tvholia*e not b-en able to( H who say br name !* JUDAH and thst ulie bo- hI.U 10 ITlls. flu? r 0 Soperfine Flour, '*]
bIih tlieir claims If uny )have ceived a ill bugs to R Mr. Ios(1y of Oad deu County. Said no- ARE now exLibiliog at their CASH AND EXCBIAIIC3E ROOnS,*' one of lie LirrMt and 10 Pilot ExtrmFamBy 1 '

,mflflflt than they were ontitW to, let m t know gro u about ft feet 6 inches high of dark cam plaxion.'I elepaut collection of 6 Batter 10 lIMe Sides d .
1 3 M '
Havinc had fourteen years rxjuTioncein the 1)r(*- The owner is requested to coin pi v with the law and IaIa ..AJsaripw 5 Water plain Hams, .
lt- and nettling of Government claims, I under* take htr away or nlie will be dealt with accordingly. Ever which think till B Lemon 4 tierce Sugar Cured Ham. .
'cu tin offered in this city they upon examination, be found to equal in richness and variety 1 *4 i1'-: 1't
Bief1
itn1 j u"y{ha w a>s and means of gettitifi; through Uie U. T. BLOCKER SherifL any assortment of the kind ever brought South. 5 M Cream 4 Lard.SO ; It
I m Department* at Washin-rton. I hare in my November 1 1. 1854. 45. The decline in the prices of Dry Goods, will be to all who -ATSO- t1t41
; : ""() great apparent will eall and examine the onat I. Tard Oil,No. I. r h '
i eGrd evidence of 286 Florida,87 Alabama. and of their stock. They tie 25 Boxes Cheese -i
Notice. ity prices were purchased during panic in the New York mercantile community Eiifflisb TIbia Dexter' Whiskey. ; 1
South Carolina and .
besides Tennessee
320 O' 1' when, in coiu'equenee of the Eastern markets being dosed to manufacturers, they B Pine Apple 1 Hbd Clioto 3
< were compelled to Sugar,
Mutter Roll of Pr80na euP"-H "' the Florida \Var. IX month! after date the nndcwjrned, adminisO throw their stocks into that market, and force them off at auction at prices below the cost of 25 Kegs best Goshen Buffer. For sale Inr :1 ;'
'' !a8tfr P8'0"' w trator of the estate of Thompson Ware, deceased.ato manufacturing : prime jL
If vou have any Quarter < Bounty Come and secure bargains while our stock is full We we willing to give our customers the advantages BERRY A ROWLES.Oct. M be4 Sb Segars.
call in. No charge if I obtain no Jeflfer-KMi) County, Florida will present bis final
L. Iud Claims, mooey. of the mvrketa. 21 tli. 1854. 42Groceries Far sale
by BERRY i
C. H. BLOOD.If accounts and vouches to the Hon. Tbomaa J. Chacc, "WE BUY HOWLE3. !
LOW AND SELL
LOW '
f Probate fur said Count and ask be dis October 21, 1854. 42 i'
4 B. Persons \ritb unsettled business with bimoelf Judge (> to ,
.j..Ric1ia. son are invited to call without delay charged. WM. II. W A RE Adin'r.r By rending the following General Memoranda, you will find that our stock embraces not only a very large Barque A. IL Kimball from New York. it--;

0le (ow Mewra.Button fc WLiUker' Store,) Novernb 11. 1854._Cm .45_ and elegant election of Ladies and Gents Dress Goods, of the finest and richest matt-rial in the latent style PER) Iku s Rio and Java Coffee, To the Old Settlers of Florida. f
ax iiiy and of the most desirable colors but also stuck of PLANTATION and HOUSEHOLD
Fin.0crmbcr Sale of Lands in Gadsdcn. a large GOODS. In 25 Boxes Jfo. 1 uE. IVclerr. late of the General Lend i
in 11. IBM. 4S 6m fine, everything Useful, Oruunif ntal and Eatablo can be purchased at at this establishment, 10 u Adamantine Soap.Candles fJ Office end Pwsioo Office. 'WashiopitA IX CL, will tLattand
I a virtue of an order of the Jmlce of the Circuit 60 promptly to aH claims under Florida Armed
B Sardines .
Town Property for Sale. Court -f the Middle l>i tiictof, Iiorila.preaidiii AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 20 Lobsters, Occupation Acts of 1842 and 1848. FenpM who

Subscriber offers for sale his property in the in Chancery. fr Wnkullii County, I will fTtr for sale 5 Tierce Rice,, were settlers coder the said Act of 1842 and Laving 'A ; :

Tg of!Tallahassee, consisting of Iota I improved on the 1st ll nday jn DfCfiiibor, 1854, to the hihvftjidder 6 Boxe<< assorted Coudy complied with the requirement tbertof.Lave Dot reeeivcd W '

.jit v'-nprffced. Four Lots in Korth Addition facing f'r calb. at the Court-b-ivfc in fladsdeii Conny 125 Tobacco, the PATUTD for their laoda. canMT tbera obtained ..

> Academv, with 65 feet front to each lot, : the following described tr ct of Lnnil, to-wit: The Latest ildien's Silk. Worsted and Cotton Furniture Frincr and Laces, Blay BO Demijohtm. or attended to by the robacnber. 4'4: '

i laa* back 4? feet numbered 277' 278' 279ij W % of the N W J of Sec I 5. Township S, Range C. White ant Black Silk Lice, A- Hose, Gents llt-sc, of all liuJ ; Linen, Bird'-i Eye Diajn-r. Linen and 25 Iron bound 5 and 10 c i4lon l Kegs Also claims prosecuted for Peiwiooa.Bounty Land. 1

,Jr-1'0 OD the last one i is a substantial dwelling; bouee, N and W, containing 70 56.lt'O' aen-n, more or less, meiicari Sa xc'ny, Mnlt *e, Mecklen.ILmiton Black and Fancy Cravat, btocke Cotton Toweling*, Blenched Sliirtings 10 Barrels Crushed Su'arfi Scrip, Back Pay, dc, dc, onL. Taintteruia. r ieaWa !
the efctalfl of (} ,. W. Str.rncs. dc'd.. and Tie*, Liilies Silk and Wool and Lee Linen
to .
; well of rstci. Ac Also 2 g od building lots at belouging O( Valonoionucs, Eug.TLreuJand thgs Shec-thy, | Coffee -
fth 85 and SO. South half County Qaarja THOMAS. H. HODOKISS, French Laces.Embroideries. Shirts GcnU Linen and Silk 1'd..ct Pillow Case Linen. Bleached Jeans, 2 Boxeo 1411 ILE1Z&ECEI. .

the Dpot.both nearly- enclosed and in poodrder.. TTiis Sjiociul Master iu Chancery.Nov. &c. Handkerchiefs,Gents WiM>lSik and Apron Check. Wiite and Brown 10 Starch. flon.LzwiaCAssU.&S.nate,

; but if 11, 1E51. 45-td* Coltou Undershirts, Diuwcis.itc. llollauda, Domcbtic Ginghams Cot- -ALSO JAMIM Coort -
offered sale sold -
not
property is at private by -_ Swi. MulI.Jaeoiiet,Canibric and a
the fiwt Monday in December, it will lie offered at CLARKE Dimity) lUnds EJi ni;, Insert lug and Mantles.We ton with Flannels.Seamless Bags, together Imperial Tea Almond, -" JOH WIUKUU Waahlnfton. D. C. :
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public auction ou that day to the bightst l.idder- Fl
Term* one third or one fourth cash,the balance secured MERfIIA.\T TAILOR I Hemstitched and Ice Trimmed to exhibit our large Block of Fashionable Heavy Dry Goods," r.I.xck Capers, uLlsP.tJ. $

bv note with securities payable in three instalment*, Linen' Ciimbric HauJkerchiifa Mantle' Talmiw, Cloaks,'OsnatMirgd, Br'n Shirting ind Sh eting Stuarts Syrup, Olives, October 11,1854. : t r
of one two and three yours, and beanng eight p rfrtit DEAMU: ix UKADV MADE CLOTIIM AND Embroidered Book Cnrw. Scurfs and Shawls which ve warrant Brown Jeans. Denim.-, Shirting Brjsndy IVachcs, Snlaratus, : '

iiitfrert. Application cnn be made to the subscriber (IE.NTLK.MIN'K FURMSIIIXO GOODS.Vf Sleeves &c to be of the prevailing' winter Stripes.Bed Ticking,ilarlton Plaids, Citron, Mace and OrotaulGinger, NEWGROC'EltTANDPROVISIONSTQES
Collars
at Newport, or to Mr. JuLti H. Rhodes. 1 OW recoivin:; at the Well known old stand frI styles as pet ut JiroJlt't F nh'nnaUe Manchertor Stripes t Oreon ''Bnze, ('urrinf3, Scotch Herrings,
of the best
sclocti
NAT. 'WHITE. \ inerly iX-cujiied by Clarke
ovcrnlserII, 1854. 4w 46TALLAHASEE .,Tlment of Superior Iteady Made Clothinp, l'niiIet.iII styles of'fJisjpur-, Maltefc. Ojlhrs Honiton nnd his opening day ((26Ui Sept) They an-1 Piaid Liiweya,. So Pieces Ked, For sale by BERRY & ROWLES. -p l-b..yt' .. ;

Goods.; CKitlt*. On-iBiiiieres. Vehtingfi, Ac., tvmed aid Valcn.1ti.ues! Seott-h.l i'-e lri.-h and |aie made of Satin, Cloth Silk, Me White, Green and Cray.Flannel-., October 21. 1851. 42 S. R KNIGHT baring !feirred b ain.M i-U-', '-

]D. II. in ;pnrlf tbo fallowing articles: S.-IU.French EmbroiJ.-rM Eni15--h. Collars,Sit-evci-! ,rino, nnd Crape, and wy iu price 225 pairs Coat, Bed!,Saddle and Ne- Theodore 1. E. Bohnstedt MP. tbid city, and dlsprwed'of nia'cntira'stock ia .
fiom $1 to 50.Ladies' srro Blankets 2'U' ,
Fine 151ack Drtfs Frck C ats, Li-H-u Tniv .llinq j ; pi-ires Kentucky trade to the ont'emgned, we take great pleasure in :
FLORIDA) 44 Breasted Frock andlludi1t.l H'i'l Clieuiizttc9, Jeans. Twe.d4. Ci.-.siniere, Satiutt )1tOFESSED> Tuner and of '
Blflik mid Cl'd Single Habits and SWves Cul Dress Goods Repairer presenting ourselves a* candidate lor the (JuroraU I "
Jlotiruusj
___J, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Ctnt lars, SIcct s and habits 75 Silk Drew Pat'rns I Plain,]Droca Twill-, Plain Kerseys, ic.Clolhin Pianos iufoniw the citizens of Tallahassee notice and patronage of the pubtic' generally, M Tend6rs .
CttMini-re tIP). d. du. auifwirrouadiug vicioity. that he will ruou.iri of
F..ny CHOICE FAMILY AND. OTHER '
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. l< Phii-I, Striped JITH! Watered ?
B.iu-k and Colored Cloth Overcoats Veils. here n few weeks for the purpose of tuning or repair '
GROCERIES the
ut Old
Gentlemen wi.-Iiinir Stand of .
of fJlaee to them- '
M"ni
Poult tie Si An- supply
b ]Blnek D.t-kin Punts. Love Veils, \Vbite, P.ack! nnl l \ ing for those who may favor him with a calL Orders Jlr. ia 1 ..
tMlVt' Knight of
Aa Fi-h. fresh % jJ( seas.'ualle Ci.at' cooraftipg part the fblkrwing.FLOUK. c :
received a ic. 'ant' :
"TUST per" Barque supply tKjue, ranging price torn 45 IIP left at the Book Store :
-* Fanoy mid Cul'd Cn? 'imcre Pants, Fancy Cr 1 -d 1".. nmhioideredLWdo an-1 Vests may or at the Planter' Ho
of and Medicines. Pait.ta, Oils, Vaniiho cents can pclett from stock '
Druga to 7 V'J a
4J 44 BLvk and Fwicy Silk \'et-ts, ,Black{ and White Silk Nett per yard ; patttnjBall teL lieu ill after leaving Tallahaaoee. visit the following !- Bacon Sides. Ham and Should .
of Mea..
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ms.iitmt'nt containing .: *
Putty and Glass \aN-a g.-neial lVth'l l Mous. De 1.&iu's and FVh.Merinos over 850) garments, all 'f
:
Velvet lo. Illusion TLLlcs Bloa.ls; and intermediate places, .iz : Quincv, Madi8oii Pork Lard '
Colors,Rrusbeand other) JVinu-rc, matinaKAlo Fancy *, Craps 175 Palteruf American >iiteet\leii. made of black and fan Pickled Beef Sugar Cared Zlaaa in can .
do. Cai,.f. do. Cas-limere Ac. ; Jacksonville, St. Augustine Palatka. ifewnaav Java and Rio Coffce Powdered CrusLed T-. .
Bn hei" Lo- culd vass. ,
Fine Soajw'. Fine T< 'tli miJ Hair & De Inline Printed Cl.nl'.ir! and l5e- C) Cloth, Cassimere, Tweed, Loa4 -
White ilarsailk-a do. D. R ; ville, Tampa, and return thence byApalacLicoIatothis
Bonnets Clarified and Brown -
Fashionable Black and Green
of Aitides. Sugars. Tcasj
and tirtrt'elvct .
Fancy
bin i Extract a variety rege tie Lames aL$<>l'ersiua Twills.Cnr i u., Vests ('f Satin,
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J'L&nters aud I'1vsk4nni will always find at thin -ALSO- Trimmed 1111.1 1 uutrimuieJ, iu the
ettiblishmenta full repply of every thing needed, and A Cue orlrrcnt of SLiits, Collar*, Cravat. Black, Winter Stls in vu ue at Jar\is'1 Satin: DeregfS, DC Leg -aud Alpaca; Lft!, Cloth, Ac. Hickory Shirts; also find Recommendations Iw-low as to bis capabilities you vriU- Candles Soar*. Catsups of all kindS Pepper"airf '
Ox most liberal terms. White atnd ViWcd Kid and Faxbionablu Millinery E-tabIj-.bm't,| a of Linen i'souj Shirts ; Worcester Sauce Capers, Pickled Oysters, Sardines, '
w Silk GK-ve- i> -If .adjusting Itila# Saxony and! Gata Plaids, variety a Mr. G roschel of MV nticcll Fla. allows himself the .
Orders from the Country promptly filled nnd satjtfaetioa Stocks, Cotton and Meriuo Un.ler-Fiiirt, .Ii'iint.. N. Y, on his i<|>ctiii:? day (-1st 1 I French Chintz, 11-n'at Giii liams,;[Standing: and Byron Collars, Drawers recommend> bra>> anti Mustard, Soda Preserves of all kind*, CXsJO1At .
to friends
guaranteed, with resrard iKith ti> prices and Drawers. Brown, Fancy, Cotton and Lisle Threud } SeUmber| ,) vf Satin, Siik, English'nnd I'lain and Figureil White, pleasure to amateur Fresh and Goshen Butter. Cheese, Starch. VIOgr '. I
Alpucco. of music. Mr. Theodore A. E. BohnsicJt
as a good Rice, and in fact .
ewJitr. Physicians' pre9cr>pti Caps.CO Repaiier in the line.
pounded. land, Chia Pearl, ie, iu ; kept eating
which offered the oii.ibltenm varying and
are to public reju Marceline
on Sik Canton Cloth. *
doz
; Moutk-ello Flu October 1
Gent 1854.
Js'und Serv'tsHats 24.
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Also EPPINO'S COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT from :C" c--nts to >l '. -
}
tinges
and ranted olTorcd iu tbii Market \ Fine
!I White
wki :ib good as Cballle, White 1'uult ile
I and Caps, Foel.i.rtiable October 28, iS-t. Sm Sent Sm 43
OF BUCHU. Mourning) Bonnets, Truvtllinjj doM Silk copy Port, Madeira and Claret "Wines. 'WmsVeyTbbaero, 1Y
Call iui'l examine.XoTeraer S-tieSilk, 250 Pu-ei-s Am<*ri >:infii-! Black
November 11, 1854. 45 4.16.rl.. 44. ilio.-fs Trimmed HaV and Bl Mtinlli -, gli'.li and French Print*. lJak! ,iiJ]I I Iayt.> .Wide a'i'lVhite Aw like Brush, Now Know a- Just Received per Bark 'i Kirnble" from Baling, Rope Twine Segnr. &t,all wf-wticbVa .. .
cr5, .iit-ttcs, Tutbans and Coney ,Shanghai, offer for sale either at wholesale or retail on as reaonable *-
Just Received .* (< CoLred Cloths for m.iking: Mnntil-J I NotLir.Senator's Hat, Sj-anieh New York. term for Cask vtbcf 1
or
per Steamer I'intcr 7'I Fur hats fur small children. eriy acceptance a* ny
Class, Oils White Lead &c. las also, a nice rtiu-ut of fl!
; aP*> : Hats, Navy and Sni.khmCaps.. FOR BKNEI-IT HEALTH. house in the city. *- 0
b.' SACKS LJverpoul, Salt, Ribbons Trimmings. &c. i and second Goods and a1 I THE or
j Mounting .
Particular and attention will af all tfmr* b
1 A A BOXES Window Glaanr1cd 1.!) 10 Casks SMes, A nice assortment of liieh Bonnet large stuck of oilier Roots and Shoes 2 CASKS Ale arid Porter, prompt e" : .
0 to the of order for
AUi/$0 kegs White LCadpUI'eeXtra; & No. 1, 1 I lain Hams, and Sash ]tiblx>u of the very 2300 pairs Boot-j, Shoes, Itu.-wti. I Cask Old 1815" -andy, paid executing Faraily'snpplic ;. .- .
j| Coeds \v"e have of IiesmetB that 'will .
8 barrels Lituw d Oil Dry Gaitc-r perfected a system .-
4 Su ar Cured Hams, Iat4-4t stUcf large collectioa of' Slij.pcrs, Puicp. if all 6 Lbla Apple
; a Such Black enable w to the newest and most desinbfo -i .
6 Lard Oil, 3 Bbls. best Lard, fn.biuwible'iutr inGimp. ; a? aid Fancy Colored utiiilities and sizes,for ladies,(Cents, 6 '* milean ** purchase
20 Kegs Ziuc Pnint, 20 *' Apples, Trimmings C.ifeMrm-n-3 ant Cloth.-*,hiurett3, Children and Senaut 3 Old Peach goods, and at the eame time to keep op oar ttoct by .
UraiJo Ilibbnus Velvets -
Uulons ,
Paint M 1s. and bbla. Curtain Damask, Eujboiilt-rcd Cur- constant additions f New QooUa fcy alarostercrj vei-
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20 pactages Fire-pt\ ( \ ) 10) lVUt'x-8, and Chenille. Alto C Aniencau Gin,
FrinffS Carpetinj.
sel from New York and New
Orlotra.We .
Trail Oil 1 bbl. VaniikL iininTuik, R -d, American Fur- "
C Copal -y 1 HolLnl
Ilhd. Choice
; 1 Su
ar, 'rt incut of Talftttit. Satin onJ : .
an asi' Hemp.
Ingrain atvl Three Ply ask the fawr of an 'exanunatioa of Stocfc' t'
iiturc Pliutf, Eiiglii uMclres.-eJ do cor'
iu barix-ls and Mail.D. .
SpiriU Turpentine at 1 Prime 1 Cask Gordons" Viine
Cap 1 UibbiiiH i I G.rd :i'id Ta.i.-el, Butt Furniture Carpets, IT 4 Irurg't. 124 Linen pale Sherry before purchasing else'vrbere. .
Dimities. Cordc-d do.
II. AMES. 10 Coxes Star Caixllen.Foi ,'I,*. Embroidery, f.ilk mil wmsted,.' ;ld-,, 4 und <> qr.Oil Cloth, for l-'Ioor.4. 1 ** Ala-Jeira ..
Embroi Jered
November 11,1 f54. 45 sale by BEUIIY i R077LTS.Xovem Putteinsf-r F.rs.brti.liry.I"chV.'rk-1' do, Jrih 5-kiits Linen, Grad", PhiJ, Mirseilles Stri-: --\Tables, .U., Manilla and Chtii'lleiMatU 25 Baskets UeiJsic! Chain paigne, .- _L -

J- ier4, 1654. 44 ing Coltyii, Flouucinj; Thread B-'U- p-l and 1'Liiu Jaconet, Camluic.Swi3 .I Tufte.! and Chenille and TuI -ALSO- The saWrTbcr takes great pTenratT in i'nilllnglinr-" r

Wines, Syrups, &c. Now Recehin. per Barque "Asa Fish," net Liniiiir., I'r'cli FKw'rsVrcullw, Mull! aud Ttrlton Mu.-lins,1 I pcstry Rni,">,Carp.>t biirling. Worst 50' Bottles Old Bran Jy that will do your soul self of this occasion, to return ins most grateful tuk4_

OLD Otnrd Brundy, Wtirc *tn.hire Sauce Tubs, frilvtred and Jet, UeaJ Or-|i Berlin Ii.>iinet Cord PLun and F.-- ted and Cot tin Damask for Curtains, gioJ to taste. tu his friends and the public generally for ,the'rerf ?

Port, Troli Lpbuer, 1UU 1 AH SACKS LivorrwM.1" Salt, | urd HnLinot, Table Dniuusk, DdJii 1 Lop and Tals fr Curtahti.Crockery. BERRY t RO\VLE3. liberal patronage tnth which he haabeenTavote 4: 'r

Madeira, Shad, 20 Half Bbl*. I'utonwc" Roe herrings Gloves, Hose, &c. Ijfk Doyliw, Lacf Bed Rj.reaiis, Ti Oct21,1854. 4 since first he embarked into 'bosmess m this city, and t 'j: .

,I erry, Clamp, 41 SO. ToiU-t and Table Covers. Eml Heal China Ware, Iron Stone now, m retiring ho roorft cheerfaHy f eeonnm io tEoabore .

ton dim Porter, Didlibut, Crates Western Onions Iles.erve Cheese, iud Liaea Gle., (Guutit It-id, ii1k l t.ri.bril] Stand an 1 Tuble Covirs, liiuu. Plun Glass Ware, hciniae HEIR & RUST. firm, (to whom fie bas disposed of his stock in e

Scotcb Ale, SarOiueN, 2 Mitts ; Ltii.i fihuk'hite mid !Thibet Clotli. Salisbury anti O|>tra arid French Ji Couimou Ware trade) Messrs. J. P. Braeetrell and Co, toM* old -K '

Brandy Peucbcs, Toinatue Kct< bup, 10 BLlx Keg, Fuliou Silceted! Maikt-t flutter.S fle. f. Mixed Silk, Cutoa auJ V/oul Ucne, Fhtrnel Huckaback 1'iaao Covers,(;Stoiiu Ware, d.c.Copartnership .% Come and look at our Stock before you jcrcTiasc friends and costomers, as bring geotlernenAia! every 4 *.
Walnut ( of their confidence and eopportT
Brandy Cherries, way worthy '
dscirhere. TYc are HOW receiving
:'ov.4.1S54. 44 LEI11IY A PWVLE. .
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OauvaJe'ily, : Fj'ic< 6, S..KNIaIrr,
Currant do. PicHw: Salt Flour &c. U from New York a General Assortment October 21, 19fi4. 42 r. -- ::;
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Preserved*' Peai-s Quincec., Salad Capei s Oil, r- ,- SACKS of Key west Salt, Hardware. I Willow Ware, Notions, &c. of Goods, suitable to your Cabinet Furniture. ,

Gmjcr, Simrlvlinir CIdor, i *.) 2i fllils.of..u1icifirie| and extra Flour, iran!:, consisting in part

Sparklin Oc-latrae, O-i! Prt Juice, 20 coils of Kentucky liojie, I Shell, Ivfirr, Horn and KnFjbor Cornbs.of nil kind, the article : z i
Flavorinir Extracts, Claret, 1 bole of Bnjniug Tw iue, 25 dnzcc Pocket Iviiivc", Kcive: and Fork", Car- CI-tli and Hair Bro.be.Pitatic lres.s .bietil Plain of follomng ;

8pam.-L Olives Tobacco Sy kc of Nails, vers, Ponder Fla.Ls.Lickdof all! kinla, Augurs,Bittf. a-id Fa* cv iiutton*. Port Monais. Hankers Ca-c, *-m :
Eu lish MustuiJ, ILivmiu Sgir.I C. 8. ztiid l lod Wrought) Xaila, Files I Faint and: Vamisli Bru.lies Silver Tl.inl-s.Glnne, mir Subscriber is Manufacturing and RecelviJL .' J
CLils.. Draw Knives Planes Cast and ilJ
WroughtJlingec DRY) GOODS) DRY GOODS !
). H. AMES. T..Lle Salt in bars and Uaes.Hwu Extracts, ianctir and fc'oap. lyn.kiosf (Ilass! and will keep'constantly on hand, a good asaortment .

orernber U, 1851. 45 'li mid lieiidy Chest:, ToLaco. Blind: F&stencrs, Broad Arcs, d-lli:)* and Dr.iii (l.)., JIa-itar J Spoon Salad Hpofjtw and 100 pcices Georgia Ker-jmany other saticles looSiej' of CABIXCT FURyiTUIli; couakting pam ?4 4of J

Just received and fur tale bvG.'AJ. Ch''p Axes, Spring hrtiances, Waiters, Ten Tra\f, F'k, LVtors, Pateut Coflfte I 'iwters, French Ct'fTecs. ? and Plaioa, inuiucrous to mention. the following Articles: .

ADIERim ARTISTS* IMO\. MEGINXISS. fl-.tuu Store Locks, Trace 15iea.t. li.ilt.-r.: Fifth and : PnU-nt I. atlit-r Belts. C ural wJ\ NWk 5i.0* Xt-ero BLejkets, f f24pr DRESSING BUREA US.Rose \ oodMaZogay, -

NovcmlK-r4,1854. 4t 43 Log Chains, Malui Knorn, Ward IU ony
T HE AVERTCAN AKTiirs UNION would n-Fp"elfu11y Jloxcs, fancy Ba kct.-., Clothe hampers. Painted and Bleach'd A- Brown Shirt-: ECREAUS. Maoogany. VTaJuot and Bay. .; '.
th citizen" of the United State $100 Reward. Sbovt-l aul 1 T..n, Fenders Fire Iron, Well V.'hecK SIDE-BOARDS. Walnut aad '
nniHiunrc to : and Cedar Pail. Keelar* and Tub, Well Buckets, Game jugs and Sittings. Bodies Imssoods Mahogany, Bay, :

the CatmdH* that for tw! purpof of cultivating a ta-tc WIL give a reward <>t ?100 for the rwovery S PO Patent S.id Irons, Shovc-ls and Spades, Axle Pul- flags, Polls,Tots nut- Foot St.,vtf.Stone Match Safes, 4u pieces PLun and Yte&consisling: in of with and without Marbk Slabs.CEJHRE 1.

for the fine arU tiirouiliout, the rountiy, tod with aview T that I can get them, '-f three iipgroc-s, stolen or tniced llt-B f-T Wiitdo-Ki, Sash Cord, Cotton antI Manila Tt'w.J Stands. Umbrella do_ 1'ru.iinr Knireii. Bathin"Till IJn' vs, part TABLES, Rose Wooa,ilabogaoj and .

of euabliiig! every family lo become ] osesed ofa flwity on the 8tL inL The nni -e arc all mal ; Hope, Rifles and Shot! Guns, from 10 to *50, Horse -. Ciiiv: Sewing Chain, Childrfn'! dcu f.farci! Polish FJaiiurlJs of all qiaTiticPlaid.]1 Watered and (. .raF'reuieh. Bav, with Marbk Slabs.t '
gallery of engravings, byTJIEFIII.STAIU'ISTS ('tie named George abuut fix feet bigh, fjuite likely.niooth Tooth Irti.-.hvs! lult.er Stays, Steel Pens J5o-t Entfliahand AmcrDo Rhine Slk.; >I>lNrfJ TABLES. Mahogany Walnut and Bay.
OF THE AGE, faeu.ery little lard, froiit teeth dtt-HjeJ ; Shoe Nails. Cotton Cards ; also, a large; lut of best Gun Caps, T >y Cu|* and Saucers. Letter an 1 Foolscap jean Calicoes. j Black tlo do do WORK TABLES. HaLogwny. Walnul and Bay. ', '

They liare dKennincd, iu or,
: five sale fut llielr Fj> rainps, and tLus not uly give nam d Joo, over fcix feet high, very "black, iiMilf-ra-- ored Hose ;Printed Dehiircs, Stands. Lookinj* Glasses Sofas, Tete-a-lere Foot,. ':; ",

eDiplnymcnt a large uunilier of arti-ts arid others, bl* beard, J LflOII! l-eth, i il quit intelligent nnil about) -.. 1* half ho e.!Plaid Wool and Persian Stools. Mnhogany Rocking Cbtut, Walmt and Maple :: :' f
back arnl Wood doT:
27 of the tl.ird namc-d, CLnrl and checks Dolaine. Cane do.. Cane seat ; Mah.t j% V *
but lui-pire anuni our cnuntryijien a tntte Air works years age ; oue 5 feet Furniture apron ,; .. \
jf art, to ptviHTftto the puichaM-r* of tlteir mgraviiigs, 7 inch-, in ht-igl.t, inclines to be bow l bgged, complex' I).'meutic plaids awl stripes,!Plain> P1-15"! and Colored any Wardrobes Cherry sd Poplar,do.; Kose-Wotxt -
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT Wash Stands with Marble Slaw Maf dot Wai .:
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vlnsj SSo.OJ'J of wbicl; are2fl1U hold, ion black, one front tooth out, and 57 or 20 years of I 10 pieces Fancy Tweed, j Cassimeres, ga ry '

) IHFT& OF TilE age.I. at all timos well supplied with! fre h Groceries an Pr ,vi->ion*. wliioh will b the Market lo Ky.Jcans.Cape, Collars and Hdkfe. nut Bay and Poplar do.; Maliogjrey Book Cases, ."t. 4
Il'TUil lOST OF Walnut and do. Bedsteads .
$1X1,000. Maiojpxny higb .
$ Bay post &
will and White Silk Lose ; it
al additional
give onn rcwjud of ?100 for will p-.Tir.it. for CASH. We kvp always on h-in-1 a papply ofN.rtli..rti aal Weatvrn Flonr. Bacon SiJco. Black and Fan'y C.wbiuiere..Hlack .
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Each purchaser of a one dnllnrenjrravini;,therefore, the iipprrhriir-i w> Uiat they rr.n IK- n-achi-d by tL Ham MI ] Shoulders. Lard, S.i.&r Cur J ilvm, Kian1 Jnva C-.rf.-e, Cnishad, L,if. Clarifi-, Pnwdorcdiintns. I Black sun! colored Wi>T6tfcd; and Clovec, Mahogany and French ,and Walantotagecio3layVberf low tH .. '

fPd'jttl n.'t only! r.n oicrartup ricblv wortli the tnoIrut law, of the party or parties that have bct-n guilty of :inJ Broun Sij-jar; *. Black and Green Teas. Pepper. .Sic.s[ i of all kiuJ Sj;lrIIi. Star Ad.iiuautin hh-iv.-U. !BIftck. White and Colored ry Parlor, Chairs Poplar Can, high'and flash pot ife.; Mahogarsy Office do.Cune "- ,,

rev, also a tirlvt wl.iVli etititlea blra tooue oftLovhcn carrying them awny. The runt& wbirli I Mij.jKH'etlwy ; ui.lVUX CanlIci.Sap'; Fish, Salift, C li-li.: Mackerel, Herring, Can lit-* Kn 1 Nuts of.ill fcinifs. Crackers, Plaid H.lkf of all prices.! Kid Gloves seat do*,Children dn'Cortage,Cmnnxm Cane and. 5'

Ltc..: they arc tIi4ri.uteJ. ttK'k )4 by Tampa <'>r Cedar Keyc, or to wmw IVpiK-r Sauco, W4>rct" ter Sauce. Pickle l Walnuts, Cap& Pioaliili. Caulirl l tIS Mixed iVklcs Chow Chow, Pillow case and L5nonB-ick; Silk Mitts and La- W .od Seat Ding K Mahogany V a ,ering, Bar Cloth ; -

FOR FIVE DOLLARS )|
A.lwfUvfiiiinhcd) Enprn'iiiir. -aiitifullv PAINTED t<,wartrt Georgia or Alnbama Or they may Lne Mubtiird, iloutur.l le MniL" Curkec Yeast. Powders CrariWri-, Drietl Currants, D.ied Apples and Plaid un.J Plain M'.i.-lin E.lgings and In .Tting% All!! of which will he soMfow for Cah. Fumitir -..., P
b *n slApped l to New Orleans.Anv lVach<- S ilu, Pri'-u-rvt-d anti 'I'.imarin-ls. and ( all qualities, together with Mantillas, tie, tC.
iu OIL, EuJ FIVE GIFT TICKETS will t* f,12 f, or > Quinces Currant, Apple ,uiiiV J--lly! Prunes Pie Fruits, Farina. repaired at short notice. GEt). DAMOJf. 0 m mictolier
I'ivt 'Jut wortjfSJrQJLd] Engravings can bf BOd jicreoi!* who may ii .*ar <>f any nt-criH15 pn Kiitg Olives. UiMHia. Hroina, Chooil.itc. G'Mln-n Batter, English Dairy Ch.-e**. White CIi'Kj'se. Starch, White 21, 1854. llw 42 .
lrt. Irumtbe U1II4UI2, and in-lit Ly ittuiu mail (Iota Flonda( will oblige the fculiscribc-r by hd.1lI"l.il, B.'HiH, Apple \ in.ar.. Fire Proof Paint.; I'uir and No. 1 White Lea, Fisie White Putty, I toiled Linseed Oil, Boots aud"EN'S Sboes. 4' r i -,
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i-iicli iufo-Uialiuii to hiui at J5ldlburir.! laval Coiiht v, R.--t SIMM m Oil, Lird Oil.;! Machine Oil Cnmplu-n". 1'owdcr and Slut, S"la Swirfabco,, Saiokiaj Tobacco, >..'. 1"
Rusfctt
J1 Byand Youth's Brians, New Good '
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A ofMe Fl'iriila. W. H. G. SAUNDL11S. SuulF, SareaporiUa, llospbciry unJ Lemon Pine Apple CLflcde, Maecarwii, Lc. : ?
copy v.nwiwj.jiie, togKber with i Eppcimiiol Svrup p %1 Kip and Calf ** .
one of tit NovcmlR-r 4. lcr>4. 2w 41 j ; ".32 T HAVE jn.4 received my Fall and Winter .
liirravuiga, cuu by setu at the ofnce of ALSO (st rut i CaTi Sew'd and Peg'd Hoots, JL (
thi. paper. (s supply of Cloths,CaertmcrcB. V rtings. Aa,
Watch Stolen. 100) Boxes Choice Brands Tobacw jT Orleans Men's Kip Ped'd IVx-ts. tight and heavyliiIcU's ILL of and I -...
Fur eaclj (3 .lar! wnt, an engraving actually worth! Superior Segars, ew Svrcp. tc.HODGK1SS \ B-x.ttH, ._ every color BtjTe, q.ahitvwhith aia
hat NovemU-r. 1651. 44 t SCOT Kip Peg'd prepared to wake in tfce asset fadyou&bi*btjle,'ooVutnoiiee rt dl 2
tum, and up 4
a OiaT kit, will immediately be forAGCXTS. STOLEN from the subscriber : t the Railroad DoI 6 Buskins, ,-
and reasonable term .t
vrdeJ. I the 27th Oct 'ljr, a Double casril l Gold M >r
Watt-Ji, rarved rn the bock. the root side oHhc ease Notice Ladies Kid Ties, buskins ami Gaiter*. -ALSO- _
The Oornmi'Ue believing that tli* WICCPBS of this I rejw 'i'iiting a city, the (Hal plateresc-nibling the Sun. NOTICE TO CONTRA PITOItS. Willi a good a oitmcnt ofML oj und Children's X LAKUE AND WELL bEUECTED STOCK. OF 'T' t k'

great nnUonal \ reward ofTt-u Dollais Mill be for it .rv.Nov. Ijoti Lt the stand f. CLOTHING "
undertaking will be materially ''promo paid r.c' Alabama and Florida Rail Road Co, THE luider-igned having out READY-MADE ,

ted by the wrgy arid euU-rpiite of hiMlignt und 4, 1854 Zt 44 JJ. WILLIAMS. occnpiiil by J'a.Vhuito, nt Crntrevillf, Consist HI}' of evvry garment suitable Tor winter wears '

orMr\er.ng A cntti, hare resolved lo treat with such CmtF EXGINEEE'H OFHCE, ) Florida, will continue the I'li.-ineb unJir the name such as Clwiks. Talmas, Coats Vert Paats, Ac, Le.- -. ,
Ml the most Lbial tcrrm. I'ablic Notice. rLNACUL. October 10, 1 W4.. J anti l style of B\rd_ tt Cotnlej, where I hey are now offering Hats and Caps. wbwiUIet1ispseIoat l I.,w pricen. '.

% Aay rn-rijon Truhing tx Weome an Agont, by n1- 'HE suWriWrbi: a quantity of Gum, Pi.t"l Ac., SEALED prr.jK.cal will bo reet-irf-l at lila 0111cc, the pro riit feti'ck at a -duCed prire. We solicit Also a large lot of.1'koaan l'ascyShirts, Collars, '-
nf (p\t paid) one dollar, will n-oeiv* 1 by return of I on hhiiJ, which hi Las repaired for variom IKT- Street, New York, up to the 5thof' tie patrouagcof the fin nu-r customers wid .'theii.A. 1 EXTS and Boy's Fnsh'd M,,le kin Ht.. UndeMhirts Cravats Stocks, H n eTy,ic. Jkf u

mail a one d*llsjenCTavin< a Gift Tirketfa pnn-p- sonh', )mt wh'i liavv Uut called and paid for theiii.*and Novimber; after that time, at the .llice of the K. COMBS, If ** Drab Heaver llit", Those desiring a thorough out-fit will eu* .Ittoeir' T Town
tu a cataVijue? and all oth T nrati"n. at Pcusaeola till the lltli 15. F. BYKD.Centrevillo. I. Wide-a-Wake. Seal and Now-a-duy interet-U call all die above .
noccwnry be hereby given notice that nnl Ou the fiual aunplelion of the *al<, tin-} (,ifu wiltc away by the first day of bruary next, be will the Clearinpr. GraduatJoii, and Track Laiinjr; also, Octoljor CC, 1S54. Sm. 43 Sporting ll.it; of all qualities, articles have Tieen k-rU-J \ itb gruat tare and w kt> t ,

placed iu Hie band* of n committee of the purclmlm ('awe the mme to be Hold at public outcry to the for the ii'iililinq of HridifeB, CulwiU, l) -pot Huildiiig 1C d-.z. Men's Black and Cl'd Wool l Hats.R a special view to their adai>tition to tide market b

to te tlittnbuted, due notice of wLicL will be highest bIdder to pay cXietiM- Station HOUW.S, and OlSct-s, j r the ALABAMA &: FLUB- Tar! Tar I y'n. Youths and Infant Sporting Hats, I w W43-J .
given thrwoghout Mm United States and the CauaJaai JOHN BURGDORFF.Tallabaswe IDA HAIL ItoAn COMI-ANV, OK Fuiumx. MJii's Cloth Caps of all sizes and prices, October 21, 1834. 45 5
The work ill be divided into r-nmll FcctimiP, and : 'OR alc. any quantity of Tar. made by the Patent :Ikys, YoutL'sandlnTa'ts, und *
>Kt or tins. NOT. 4. ]If 51. 44 SmPERMA.EXT lWer. This Tar b-'ing! entirely free from anygrit
liid-j IKJ male for one or Profiles of the &SLUSSER,1
1 00 marble buU of Wa. ingtou. at. ..$1 00 f 1 0.000 can more. dust, eta, i itne it> the very best in use for vefnels rig- WHITE
line be at the Office in New York
** STEAM SHIP LI\C can seen until the
Clay... ... 1 00 0,000 McNAUGHT A ORMoND. Crockery Glass and Stone Ware
I' d Stli proximo ; after that tiiuc, ut the Office of the Cumpany \V7uJeiale and Retail Dealers w Coppery. .
Wtbrter. lo i 10,000 Between New Port and St. Marks New Port, October :s, 131. 43 .
1..s in !. nwicola.Tlje VERY Article usually kept in this liuc, '
Chlboun, Sheet Ire iitania
loo in,Gt>0 ]7 Tin, lit dp Jafqncil Ware.
10 EWot Oil IVtBUttgft. la TO NEW ORLEANS country is very healthy, the grading light, and

GJH Tru*+, l 1x4 ... j 00 -. sufficient provii>i>
100raR blOilPuntinp..2x8feitach, tO 1 000 Also Between same Places of the road. Contractors will state what they villjuuilertakc resumed the Agency of the above Bank, Cooking Parlor and WooO. Stoves/ t.-t
oaatW 11-U R avi-, !. do the work fur 1r rash MflTtinjral (Thtls
brilliantly to or for caahibonilis .DDL! S, Bridle. ,
I am prepared for the transaction of buiuess.Sight receired all trimmed and in
colored iu Oil, rich gilt frames, S4 AND KEY WEST, mid t-tocK ; the b ud* and stock will draw interest New York for sale.THOS. 1 .,.Surcingles. Spars.CohlirsHame', Carpetflag. ,rusr, complete L9 ;

inches each.. ... ... .... ..... .. at the rate of 7 per ct-uL per annum, payable Exchange on .' Vat114C5.!! Brittle IJitts.Stimip Irons and Luntheis > orderofTheIateoiiiipmvedpatterrisanJcsaleat :
J. PERKINS
Agent reduced and will
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10,000 E1gant SU.-l Mate Engraving in PeiwacoUi New Yoik London Calf Skins Ac ic.DonneLs prices, defy ectapeituoa fr
BCini-annually or at also String Leather y
October 21,1854. Ct Sent, 43 vnd crvke.. k
fur
uealue&a
colored in Oil,of UHJ Washington Monument the option of the b hier. copy durability

20x2 each...... ... ... 4 40000 To bidders personally unknown to the undersigned House Work. t .
217.000 Steel Plate Engraving, from T liE regular wa Rtcamship PAMPERO, Eldri.lge, twenty ]Pr Cent of the payments will be retained for Master Chancery's Sale. Ro >finc.Ornamental Head* for Guttenu Ontterinff. -'

duTereot plates now in jxMcBeiun of Iflifttgt, will ply j Pe1Ln.mentiv between the above the faithful performance of the contracts. j BY virtue of a decree in Chancery,rendered on the ;: N Assortment Br.unets, Wreaths and in- Tin conducting Pipe SbeetZiu'Sb"ct' Lead, Lead r

and owned by the ArtistV Uukm, of Pf4iW' New Or'' .''touching} at ATHdacbieola It is the uile.ntiou of the underpinned to have the $ day of October. A. D. 1854, in Wnkulbt side flowers, the market raloe of from f 0 ceuts to 2L.&I eia.aeola. sailing regularly l hereafter ou I J2th and entire Line of Uoad open for travel by the first of Circuit Court, wherein Eveline B. M. JlcOchee is ti4)n done with neatness and despatch .
of
tleach 1 ,. ._ . .. .. .. .. 41,000 .-.d of each n-ouU, from Ui8 Port. and on 7tL and March, 1656. Complaiiiiutt ilk! Betij.; Byrd, Adin'r,dc., of the estate City and Country Merchants will find ittotbcirad-' -
1 first class' Dwelling in Thirty first each mouth retiinriug from New Orleans. I will also receive proposals for five Locomotive Joshua B\rd., deceased, and others are Defendants, drocerifs. vantage to give thorn a call before purcLatoj ]*.. .

tftet.! New York tsty. ... .. 12,000 The .U-amer J ASI LR, Saw,,,,.. master, will run in Engine ; one of 15. two (4 la, und two of 20 tons I will bell fit public outcry before the Court IIoii-e wbera. *-. '
*2 building loU in One .Hundred and C'flJJCCUtUWIth the l'anlperii, to Key W-t t,(touching each. Also, five Pasocngt-r Car, <>f tlie latest construction door m the City Tallahawee, ou Monday the -1th RIO and Laguira Coffee, Old Government Java, N. B. All oar article* are manufactured'front vi- 4 y, -

Ooc hundred and Flirt StreeU, New at Cedar Keys and Tampa) taking freight and p' with the latest improved ventilators.; Also. day of December next, within legal hours, the follow- Brown sud CruJted Sugar, Imperial said the very best material and arunted durable BO .

rk: city, each 25x100! feet dc.p.ifcVV sengeM from the 'vro in the Spauih Hole, (a> ten enclosed long Freight Cars. AIs fifteen long and ing described laud, situate King aud being in the Green Powder Ten Goshen Butter packed in salt.- other will be offered fur sale. -

.1 VW .&0 te& ule anchorage in the St. Maikg flay) ten sliort FkU. to be delivered at P.*u uCola by hit County of Leon to-wit: The W $ of the N E i >f Soda Cracker and Pepper Sauce, Old Winchester October 21. 1854. 4*

Sites, containing;; Wli 10.0003ut > B<.th i.teamrs have fine uocommcHlutions,and afford of January, IbM. Pavment will be mode in cah.J. portion 21, T 1, K 2, South and East, ((80 acres ;) the Whiskey 1836. R >*e and Holland Gin; ,Madeira,Port .- -- : -

fat, b the suburbs .1! New tlc travelling public both convenience and expe- D. WlLLAMSON, Chief Eugiueer. N J of the S E I of m-otion 21. Towiuhip and Range and Sherry Wine, Onions, Rice. Tobacco:in bottles and Soap and, New Fall and Winter Goodo.DAVD ;
lurk city arid ditiou. November 4, 1854. 1m 44 a* aliovi. ((80 acres;) the S W 4 of thy S E if section Starch Candy, Candles and Shot, Snuff
view of commanding the Hud a liivt-r maeaittccnt For further particulars, and nrrangf metit* fi>r eonTeyauce 21, Touu.-liip ami Range us above, ((40 acres;) Midden. Powder in quarter half and whole Kegs. TOSOlf"
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and Long Lland tow at. of Ni-groc*. lluraes, and such like inquire of the'oftlt N W i bectioii 2A T 1.11 2. South Cider and White wine Vinegar. White Rum. Peach C. t tTS
.. fiOQ &0,000 Master in Chancery's Sale. and Old Nectar
20 iHtpetoal loaos of ca.b without in- DANIEL LADD, Agent. and East ((80 acres;) the E j of the N E 4 of t-eetion and Apple Brandy, American Brandy, from tbe Rennngtno.iW eUsa

tercrt w writy.. f 250 each_. z,000( ) New Pori, Jfov. 4, 1864. 44IOST B' virtue of a Decree in Chancery, rendere.fl l on 21, Township one, Uan:e two. South und En-t. (So( Whiskey. _1_ now and receiving other vessels, lis usual brigs supply of Fall
z0 perlUia'l 1oan? of Ciijh 'itw';il the 24th day of October, A. IX 1854, in Leon acre* ;) the S E J of the S E i section 21! Town- Winter Oooil U of wtich *er sel lecteJ Jt heU.S.f'fn
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teteItcrseeurjtyof fiQo ezuii or mielaid, a note dated January the second, Circuit Court, wherein 'Daniel Lolie, Joshua Edwards shipont. Range two. South and East. ((40 acres;) and Clothing. *

too IwrpettIal loan of etJwjtmutju) 5,04:10: the uoU calls for fifty dollars bearing eight and Catberiyn. his wife, and George Leslie infant the W i of the S W i of bection 22. Township one, black and colored Cloth Frock and Dress in New Ork&DdpUtbOdtb5.most.n.l4 of them at reduced ,wlnekwill ,] #!'i .-

teruit or at.euritv, ( C1111r.. ... 5,000 K-rceut. inturekt from.da1esigtid by F. P. iJiller by Alfred A. Fishier hi next friend, are ComploiuanU South of Range two, East, ((80 acres.) GF.NTS; (lentil-men colored Tweed Frock, Sack able tennn.him many to npply hmii enstomeV prices and all woinay t' -

:so tual 1ong cfc withoit i. aid made payable to J. P. MILLE1L and Henry Watson and Eliza bin wife and Ttrm* tmfollovn :-One half of the purchase mon and halt Frock Coats, Overcoat of all kinds, with an favour Wm with a eaU. eiber for cash or1'approved ,

terest or security, of *20) *nohr..... 5.000 October 28, 1854. 43. David L. Evans, and Flora Ann his wife are defendants ey to be paid in cash, and the other half payable in assortment of Vests, Pants, Shirts, Drawers, Collars, credit at price eertainly a* km, if nnt lowertii any

2.000 perpeUuJ loan of ve.h witlt I will expose for tale ut public outcry, before one year after date, secured by mortgage on the land. dc, itc. lus in this citj. They in part ooist of ,;
Juterest or security, of& eath. 10iooo LONG 4 G1LBBAJTIJ, the Court House tloor in the City of Tallahassee on ti. ARCHER, JB, < "
Rferffloa the 4th of December next, within Master in Chatieery Fancy l staple Dry Good*. Stationery, :
day Special
Ja regard to tie real Monday, legal Hardware.
estate F.J. Vi.G ATTOBNKVII LAW TALLARAMEK FLA.
ch.r ,. rti l estate Lrofc New y7-k. : AT )hours, for cub, the following described lands, to-wit: November 4, 1854. 61 44 Boot*aud Sbuea, aitecJi

(put paid) with money Cd. to be atLltej Or4ers A. LONG JL J. B. OALBRAITH hare ease Southeast 4, section Ul, Township 1, Range 1, North TVERYTHINO usually keptia this line. Hardware*, ,*t- no.e--S V,, .

J. W. HOLBROOKE. ciatrd themselve'sin the practice of Law.- and West; situate, lying and being iu the County of Rope and Bagging. Li |Iol! w Ware dGhaasWue, ,.

Secretary, sos I'hey will attend the CourU io the Middle Circuit, the Leon and containing one hundred and sixty acme, COILS Na.l K" _,
Broadway N. T. 1 X(\ !
Car .
Wprcxne.Court UNTS20! DouMe Barrel Gun, varying..from HaU and gaud
'lie } ogracioga 1z .ii jud the District Courts wf the UuitodM aiore, or lsU. Purcuafacr to my for title. ltU li>0 p* Fudia flaggiag1 G and
$edy cn4aJguq ae nuw -g5j4. 'FaILT.e. II. A11CHER.J,* 500 Ib lagging Twine.. For.ae hy f 520() in $5O. ALSO a gcucral as-oitiuuit u B. nets Trimtuinp. Paaite 01L3l. :'c

11, Orlice ojKteitenie| Gcuit Houe. Special Mailer iu CLa'uctrr.1S5L BERRY i KOWLES. fllaeksnuiih TIMIs. Matshl1oy'sC1otlflg.

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II en1 &r '.iLiaWKns.WAnrwatem IACOT-WK. x. TAYLOzrI NEW COTTON GIN. Jew Darld's Hebrew Plaster. GUTTA PERCHA WATER PROOF 'GOODS NotIoe -

L 1 BBL9.No. I S I.Dd a, Maek..a T. DILL-W.LAWTUI(,JI.WM. T lIE great remedy for Rheumatism. Gout. Pain in 'TRADE MARK. SIX months after date I shall present m a

t- It)1oigthimi&o.iIoQr. o NEW PATENT STEEL TOOTH CYL the Side Hip. Back, Limbs and Joints; Scrofula. vouchers to the Hon. Judge orp ro Ie

II 1 M. LAWTON & CO. TIlE GIN whose failure has been reported King's Evil, While Swellings Hard Muinors. Stiff Jefferson County,as late Sheriff and adminimN.,, ***

10" 2 N through all of the Cotton growing State, is still alive Joints, and nil v.xed pains whatever. Where this officio of tbe estate of Henry Grantham. '*
IoxittNn.1I : II Master[ is Pain cannot exist of said County, and ask to be dien rKdfcrllIt.t!
Sra Jslanfc Cotton / rJ and able to run, and during tbe last season has been applied f&tw&kNORTH rasid
0 These Plasters the advantages of being administra' DANIEL T.
I, S\buOD brought to that state of perfection which render its possess put Ll O .
) 25 Doxee Oodfub. For ,1. by Nd. 13, Stithert W..rftUU.tRLESTON success certain. For short staple its great superiorityover np in air tight boxes: hence they retain their full vir- -September 16, 1854. S7 6m

',t' DERllY 1k ROWLES. A a the saw Gin strikingly apparent good iiiilges. lue* in all climates. '
S. 0et. 21, ISIS 2 I This superiority consists in its leaving the lint cleaner, This celebrated. Pain Extractor has been so extensively / AMERICAITGUTTA \ Sugar Mill Rollers aU Gin SepeJ&
1854. 84 8mCopartnership
::4 August, used by Physicians and the people in general. R sixes Sugar Mill Roller
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more "1'(" and free faa" kno', and does not cut Fo J1 eon.tantJr 011
Beeswax Beeswax I Notice. break, or in any way injure the fibre, at the nine: both in this country and Europ.that it is almost oeeJ- ( / PERCHA] 13, J.I and 16 Inch. Also 8.0 aud 10 had,
[ to anything there be some < Wheel Se.rmentL K. IL
POND
time imparting the lint that soft and oily feeling 1..8 say may .
\\7ANTED Y in any quantity BfeRRY f..r cab or ROWLESOct. trade by I THE undersigned in tJleWHOLESALE have this day entered into a co- which is natural to the staple when picked by land who stand i need of .1 beamg powers who have not "' Newport September 2, 1854. 15 Q

making the lint from the satnt lot of seed, worth yet tried it. For ( .akc will simply Itat t COMPANY )oJ
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- 21. & 4X AND RETAIL done in of and New Bank Agency at
i from } to I 1J cents per pound more than when ginned what it has thnul'd cases, New p--

S s xItt7c. BUSXNESSUNDER : ou tbe saw gin.It will do for them "hcn trie npHE undersigned. Agent for the PAIRl
Master in Sale. EWR
Chancery's I THE NAME AND STYLE OP cleans tie Sea Island Cotton beautiful, and will \\N KJJ JL BANK OF WINNSBORO'.S.C.win bt
r virtue of a Decree ID Clioneery rendered 0'3'' finn uuJ I far t: A FROM GEORGIA JjFJ to discount Bill P''
'. BY MAXWELL. pin 800 to 1000 pounds per diy. BO a! VOCE pared Exchange, Drafts fv
BARNARD &
Id Jay of November, A. D. 1864 in Leon Manufacturers have tebtrd( it, the lint is in a much Read Jollflirtng(trrttmonyfr a Fhyrieinn.GENTLEMEN V1'iR < J Cheek,ctc_ eft. on any of the principal e.

C renit Quart wherein Leslie A. Thompson It Comrlamant will be plowed' to see their friends better condition for the Mill than frun. any other :-Your plaster cored meI I & Town of the tJ.S.- Also liberal advance, c
ba I8JjfATEfl oo
and Catherine J. Hagner, Administratrix t'iatrons at the old stand of E.Thu: nard, of of which I ltbr' for twelve i 4 while in store and writing orders,Ac.8ept23,1834. .
Gin.In pains baT
: with UM will annexed of Thomas IL Hagner estate IThey of the Mortar, corner of Monroe North Carolina Messrs Battle A Son.1 f Ed) ecomb During this period l I lubnrtd under an affliction years pat __ ft DAN.LADD

ADd otben are Defendants I will 'tell at public out. streets, where they will keep County, stud Dr. B. L Hill, of Wayne County, and loins and and tri>d remedies that my
own
try before the Court House door in the City of Tallaliassee assortment of articles appertainingto several others have tried the Gin on Shoit Cotton the meiiical experience liJe. ( C many tfd but without obtaining my i Medal of World's Fair and Gold Meda 400 Boxes MaiataetiikedCoaslIaeit. Tobeel, ;

'tt* I to the highest bidder, on Monday the 4th day their line of business, nnd solicit the patronage of past season and are highly pleaswl with the result. relief. At length I IbJg your am now i HIGHEST& Institute awarded for these goods 1\

of December next within legal hour, the following their friends and the public.E. In Texas the New Gin is bound to sweep clean.Capt .- by its good effects entirely ru tlatpr.lhd. i WAREHOUSE OF CO, 102 BROADWAY and subscriber baa Boiee

It $J described property ia the City of TallahaMe to-wit: BARNARD JR., John Duncan of Matogorda who pircL.ised the the Jew DiiVtd or hebrew Plaster to wi" who remmend are suffering PINE' STREET, where be fonnd THE 400 Trgtnia 1faQ\r.e.\
Lot number hundred aad ) in dactores tlut if lie bad may Tobacco,of assorted qualities pUt
one eighty-fife ((185. G. TROUP MAXWELL. first two Gins sold in Texas, from contraction of the muscles I up 1t j&ll
4 ,q. Block .day-nine, ((59.) in the original plan of the City February 1(4.( ) 1854. 6 received them in-time to have Ginned his vLolecrop, it pniiw in tbe side or back. or permanent I Gotta Percha Goods in Gnat Tarietfi more care than last Season's lot and better ida

or Tallahassee, and improvements tbereon fronting would have made a difference of from 2IUO to 8UOO The people of Georgia have but to become Far superior to any ther Water Proof Goods in the to our climate all of which will b. sold rtgU to X.

: ; fIDe hundred and seventy feet ((170)) on Daval street, S. W. BAKER, dollars in his favor. with Its virtues when they will resort to acquainted its -.. market, comprising mady desirable articles for Export chants and Traders; also on time, to good parties

ADd ooe hundred and thirty feet(180)( )on Clinton street ATTORNEY AT LAW The 60 inch Gins arc wairanted to pick lIDO pounds Yours, truly, M. W. WALKER M. D Ul. and Country Trade consisting in part of Coats Cloaks, DA..TL. LU .
in said Oit,. Also three eighths of Lot number two of lint in 12 bourn. The 48 inch Gins wil do\ from Forsythe, Monroe .Ga. Pouches, Overalls, Legginn Caps Sonwesters, Camp Newpdtt September 23, 884. S3

4 5 hundred and D- (Ml,) in the original plan' of MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. 1000 to 1200 pounds of lint in the same time, with To Messrs. & New Orleans County. Blankets,Horse Covers, Carriage Cloth, Piano Covrrs -

aid City lying at the oorner of McCarty and Boule- March 18, 1864. II proper speed, and to run as lung as a ?aw Gin; and Scvi ead L Fire Buckets,Travelling Bjps Surgical Articles, Curled Hair Mattrj ..

4. S. Taro streets in said City, fronting on MoOarty street DR.W. C. WHITAKER in case of failure,with proper usage, they wil be made JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN Steam Packing and hundreds of other articl L TUST received,on consignment. a lot ef fine,esrW
ope hundred and seventy feet ((170)) and on Boulevard J hair mattrasses double
good. NORTH CAROLINA. These goods are free from unjilsasant odor very or single-very Chinp Iri
: street oue buodred and twenty wren feet aod a half; RESIDENT PHYSICIAN inch $325. To substance hot weather, which w 1 will sell low to
Price of 48 inch Gin ?300. For 60 ; MESSRS. ScpviLA MEAD: I have been troubled tenacious,pliable and elasctic.not injUred by fatty c_
(1271.,)more or leu and the three dwellings aod other TALLAHASSEE, FLA. be delivered at the nearest depot or landi'iip to the : with .the chronic rheumatism for the last twelve and unlike India Rubber. WILL NOT DECOMPOSE ,D. LADDL

;?;; : improvements thereon. OFFERS his professional services to the citizens of purchaser and a Man furnished to set the Gin running. i On the 1st of July 1849. 1 was so bad that I year could AND BECOME STICKY; are CHEAP- New Port Joly 15, 1M4. J8

I ,ik 7 trMI:-One half the purchase ntwy cash and and vicinity. Office first door East Terms Cash on ten days trial not turn myself bed. and the that I ER and difTeteQt from any other tiutta Pefcha made
pain so severe
)J.. S the other half at twelve} months bearing eight percent of Post Office building, immediately adjoining Dr. There. will be a stock of these Gins kept in Tal- i had not tlept a wink for six days. U this lime in this country or turo e.l1t1dWarran1e. In Leon Circuit CoU1'4

:,(.r1: interest aad secured by lira on the prem*.ee. N.h. laha ee at the Brick Store recently occupied by vttcnaing physician prescribed the"Hebrew Plaster my" to Stand all Climates. BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND Dt8TBIBUTH

ILARCRER.JJ. January U, 1864. 2 ly Messrs. E. T. Taylor & Co. for the sale of their saw .
1'vd' Special Master in Chancery. the best remedy for all sorts of pains now in use. CERTIFICATES from who have tested Haley T.Blocker, Sberfl'and! ez-ofncfo admin.tritof
S. O n persons
O. W. M'MINN. of the Estates bf Graham Havis and Charles
11.
November 4 1854. 6t 44 the goods be seen at the Store of the Cutupany.
A. PERRY AMAKER may S
Tallahassee -
All communications addressed to the Agent at via, deceased complainant

1 Janus English 4 Petition to Foreclose Mortgagr. will meet with prompt attention. TERMS LIBERAL. 'L
ATTORHSY AT LAW
J c: :: Robert J. Small- TO Spring Term, A. D. 1855 of A. R. C ARC ILL AC;r:T. B vare of and base Imitatiotit! Dealers are invited to examine these goods before William N.Bay, *administrator of John Havb, de-
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Cuntlrtit8 purchasing elsewhere. ieoeed, and against Nancy Lee.and William L.
Petioners.vs. I Oadsdcn Circuit Court Middle '
- li.c" wood ,
future have the
'J4ei }) Cirevit, of FloriJa.Samtet May 21,1853. 20 P. S.-These Gins can be seen in operation on Short C2: ? The signature Orders executed to any amount, on short notice.CAUTION. is, and Mary, hi. wife and Jesse Havis .
of E. label
tie steel
I Cotton at the conwieucemnet of tile next Ginning TULB on plate engraved ou the .-Base imitations, made Varnished anta. .
f 4 W.Mdt D. P. HOLLAND, season at the Plantation of Col. R. W. William, Gen. top of each box.Purchasers India Court
J JI Rubber, are already being offered in the market appearing to the ,by affidavit,thai defced.
yDefendant ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Wm. Bailey. Gov. John Branch and W. r.'. LIIIpl.uf art n'lvisel] that a mean counterfeit of Therefore purchasers should bear in mind that allgen- IT William '.Havia. resides beyond the Emits

IT appearing to the Court by the affidavit filed in Qulncy, Florida Leon County : Col. B. F. Whitner nfGadden: ) Co. ; this article is in existence. nine goods are stamped with I he trade mark of the of this State but within the United States, and tki
.;.tt.:1: cause that the Defendant resides beyond the Thomas M. White, T. N. & J. D. Marriek and U.A. 'J'Ilune is sold only by ns, and by our agent Company. WILLIAM RIDER defendanta William Lewis and Maty his

.5 i' 0 limits of the State of Florida; WILL practice in the Court or the Middle Cir Young of Jackf-on Co. :J. G. Anderson nnd Cnjit. appointed throughout the South-and no pdiur Aug. 6.'64. 31 6m. Pres'U N.A. G.P.Co. Jesse Hauls reside in the State of Florida, but wife not and fa

It is ordered that the Defendant and all persons interested and Jackson and Frankliu Counties. Daniel Bird, Jeffershn County, and J. C. McGebte, alfotreil to tell it. Dl.nlcr and purchasers generally the Middle Circuit: .

S r T and claiming by, through, or under him. take Oetnber23.1852. 42 tf Esq. and Col. Huirion of Madison County.Th are cautioned against buying of any but our regular Florida Hotel, It is ordered That the defendant William

- S notice of the filing uf the Petition in the above stated WILLIAM SCOTT letter from the Mills Manuf.icturingCompa-: agents, otherwise they will be imposed upon witl a MOKTICELLO, JEFFERSON COuNTY.I do appear and answer the bill filed on or t N.Havft,tbj
eanse fur the of foreclosing the mortgage,filed \ idea value of worthless article. SCOVIL A ,
::5 .. purpose ny, p"Lli"IIl"twlo gin'll'c.m. of the first Monday in December next and that said Wfllian
't '4tt with said petition at the next Spring Term of Gadsdcn ATTORNEY AT LAW this Uiu for Long Staple Cotton. 113 Clwrtres st. New Orleans. THE undersigned gives notice to the pub- Lewis and Mary Lewis his wife, and Jesse Havkeo

Cireuit Court, Middle Florida upon the following dejcribed MONTICELLO, FLA. Sole general agents for tbe States to whom all orders UI. that be baa refitted the Hotel in also appear and answer the said bill on or befbrs t&t

e t. ., .. real property, to wit: "! o.seven thousand anJthirtyseven July 30, 1853. 30 tljan HOLTOKE Mass. April 4, 1854.S. I and applications for agencies must b alldrtleJ Monticello, formerly kept by Capt Newman first }Monday in October next; otherwii the
:;,1 the 8. W.quarter of the N. E. quarter of R PAREHTST, Esq, I Nov. 11. 1854. 45 meow. and will be prepared receive visitors by 13th plaioant's bill shall be taken pro eonfesso gaintttktB eae>
section thirty-ose No.seven thousand and thirty eight BAKER & McIVER of November. The house is in
now
: ; JJcar Sir We ban used) tbe few thorough repair : respectively ; and it is further ordered that iwl& .
being the 8. E.quarter of the N. E. quarter; No.ser.n : John Burgdorff, and will be to the comfort of
so as
;i hundred and nine theE ATTORNEYS AT LAW bales of sea Inland and, other long vUiple Cottons, i t Attchment Sum sworn to managed promote I tion of this order be made in ODe of u.. TollabsiiM
thousand eighty ,being and boarders. Attached
seven
guests are good stables
-S once a week for four months
r_.! half of the 8. W. quarter and No. nine thousand TALLAHASSEE AND QUIXCY FLORIDA. which you say was ginned on jour Sea bland Cotton SlathitCroman: j f where every attention is paid to horses. Terms as papers lit Monday in December next. preccdiMni4 j
:
Dine hundred and fifty three being the N. E.quarter WILL prActice in th. Middle and WesN-m Circuits a in. ri'MIE Defendant and all others interested are here- moderate as at any other Hotel in the country. A .Ordered at Chambers
August 1st A.D.
r No. thousand hundred and in the Counties of Decatur and We regret in not having a larger supply uf this 1854
1' cUbe 8. E. quarter; niue eight JL by notified of the commencement of thi< suit returnable share of custom u respectfully solicited. AT CUA BERII. J. WAYLES
the E. half of the N.W. Thomas GLBOLLING Cotton to pas through our works : a larger quantity; BAKER
k. and thirty-ftve, bring quarter t to I Justice's Court to b held at Tallahassee C. BLESS Anguat g, 1854. 3).em
would enable us to judge more as to the Jadge.
correctly relative
all included in section thirty-one. Township three BAKER, A. N. M'lVER, -I on the 13th: of Novembr. A. D.1854, and to Monticello. October 28, 1854. ly 48 O
North and West also No ten Utounand merits of your Cotton Gin over the common ap Bank of
: j". Range ODe : Talla 4uu. Quincy. pear plead to same. Given under my Charleston.
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Gin.With ant
roller Notice.
; and forty-seven, being the S.E.quarterjof S..quarter January ', 1854 1 and this 3rd day of November, A. D, 1854. AGENCY at New Port.Florida. _
4. of section thirty Township three, Range,one, N.A W.; our experiments on the small lot. of Cotton DONALD CAMERON, J. P. [L Sj] TOTICE is hereby given that application will be JoN A UalIT A ORM05B.

... .$ Alto the .halfof 8. W. Quarter of section twenty JOSEPH II. DcPONT, received we are of the opinion that jour Cotton Gin Nov. 4,1851. 44 3m 1.\ made at the ensuing session of tbe Legislatureof Newport.January 14. 1854. I

ft.; cine, and the West half of N. W.quarter of sec.thirty docs not injure the Staple of the Cotton, and that Florida, for alteration* and amendments in the char- -4

.-.,.' two shin Township threeofR.eugeune, N. A W.containing ATT !MEY AT LAW there is i an improvement in the evenness and cleanliness Leon County lion Works. tcr of the Penaocola and Georgia Railroad Company, SKY-LIGHT DAGUERREAN GALLERY,

I. j;.. ; in all four hundred and eighty acres more or QU1NCY FLORIDA, of the fibre which will materially increase the TALLAHASSEE' passed in 1852. OVER BARNARD'S DRUG STORK.

leas" all lying b the County of Gadsden and mate of continue to occupy the office recently occu value of the article and reduce the cost of Manufac August, 26, 185-1 8m 34
WILL Establishment i is now in full All subscribers
!. by the late firm of C. II. d J. H. DuPont,' turing. T opration. rImE respectfully announce to the I**
;
with
orders will attended to and Tallahassee
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l It is further ordered that the publication of this no. and to practice in the adjacent Counties of the Middle However these are questions which. can be more b and Leon Circuit CourtInChancery.Albert gentlemen of and vkanitf
I
all work done neatnexsnnd h. that their Gaiter is
tice and order be made in some public newspaper and Wettteru Circuits. lie ,-ilIl\lt'O attend the terms satisfactorily settled by eij>eriments on a Larger J. Pickett and wife ? open daily for the reception of
All kiudi work such Steam W
If Work visitors
; :' in Middle Florida two weeks for scale and in order to tlis. we hope ( a ork.li Sundays excepted. Miniattnee taken of all
p r. printed once every of tbe Supreme Court in Tallahassee and Marianua. accomplish you Gin Mill) Circular and John II.Gindrat and wife sizes and of the
I at least four months before the first day of the next January 'I, lR54. 1 will be able to furnish larger supplies of long staple Gearing Sugar Mainer v,. } styles art. Ladies and gentlemen,
invited to call and
.4 : Spring term of said Court A. D. 1855.J. Cotton ginned by your Sea Island Cotton Gin. Shafting Pulleys', Hangers Plough Catmgs Brl Samuel H. Duval Admin- examine their specimens.N.
$ Dry Goods. Castings, tc ; alt Sugar of size, kept .B. Instructions given in the art and all
.. : S WAYLE3 BAKER, Judge.A Yours Trulv, Kctle any !strator, Joseph W.Field et al.! J kind o
# bond. All in such establishment -
.. 1 t true Copy-Attest: R. C. LESTEO Clerk. received Blankets, Kerseys, Osnaburg, (Signed) J. L. DAVIS] Agent, constantly ou with an T being made to appear by affidavit that JosephW. Daguerrtan materials for sale. .
f.'. JUST will Ije done bv ,
a I
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; October 14. 18U. 2m 4ui 41 Kentucky Jeans, Tweeds, flannels, Hadley Folks C... Mills. pnficull regardto Field Sarah W. Powell Eldon Field Thomas KUHNS & BAILET.
the I and durability of the wurk.Competent 1854.
t ,: Unseys, EngliHh Long Cloth New York Mills. Jims 10, 1854. 23: tf strength Field, aDd Harris Field,defendants in this cause, reside February, ft l-
EMPORIUM. Workmen iu readiness to
LADIES' alway put
; Long Cloth, Brown nnd Bleached Drilliugs Engines Ac. up beyond the limits of the State of Florida. toit: in To THE PLANTERS OF FLORID
DR. JOHN P. DUVAL
.4 S 4. Gum Merino Shirts ,
p Suspenders the State of Mississipi it is ordered that the said de-
Terms will lx liberal and all work done
for
,
NEW FALL AND WINTER' Meriuo Drawers, Merino $ Hose, Cotton i Hose. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. business strictly this endnnta do appear and answer otherwise the saidcomplainants' Cotton Seed-No Humbug.
cash or accepted orders on some in
36.* FANOY G-OOCB. -ALSO- OFFICE AT THE COURT HOUSE. Liberal for old Iron fin and bill shall be taken pro eonfctto against THE undersigned, now in MIssiasippi but sooi U
prices
I. Printed and plain all Wool De Lames, January, 1854. 4 Brass.place paid Copper hem, and that this order be published once a weekin : home, has made arrangements with tbe
Tliibbct Cloths, Barege de Lam>, Calicoes, some newspaper priuted in the Middle Circuit of most careful Planters in the selection and improve*
.ctr N. r a subscribers are now receiving and opening one Ginghams, Printed Flannels Black Silk. &c. tc. Notice. A 1 letters must addressed (post paid) to Florida for the of four months. mnent of seed, to supply him with Cotton Seed for fee
JL space
of the and best selected stocks FANCY J. JL SHINE & CO, Tallahassee
; largest ,
next lIe has taien
For sale by G.& J. MEG INNISS. interested will take notice that six F AT CHAMBERS Sept 16th 1854.J. crop. great pains to procure the
and deter.
GOODS offered b Tallahassee a-e persons Marchll,1854. 10
ever
ALL and best sorts, and will to furnish
Sept 30, 1854. St 39 WAYLE3 BAKER Judge purest engage the
'5,, after the first of this advertisement
1 mined to sell them at such prices as will coramaud publication
Planters of Florida with better seed
than
have
I: ;,4; _1' the approval of all buyers, and of course insure a Embroideries, &c. I intend to apply to the Hon. Judge of P. B. BROKAW'SUYIBY A true copy Attest -HUGH AacHU Ja, Clk C before been brought to the State. He$ will deliver mr
4m 86
: .'4 quick and ready sale. TUST received from New York, Probates of Leon County for a diwrharge from my AMD SALE STABLES Sept23.1854. the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Marks ut
: We solicit call from the Ladies of Tallahassee Adruiuistratort-hip of the estate of William II. Brock-
:
j an early ,
fj Embroidered Handkerchiefs deceased. AGENCY OF THE /ETNA INSURANCE CO. Newport during tbe next ran or winter, and will produce
f S of the County and surrounding Counties, andj1' Collars, eubrough TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA of the above certificates attested as to the character of tbs articles -
undersigned, Agent Company,
ELLEN A. Adm'x.June
all that be satisfied BROCKENBHOUGII THE
buyers generally they fully
$ may Puft Sleeves, receive for and make insurance furnished, and the standing of the Planters from
t'.4 .f the cheapness oDd great variety of our Stock, for 17, 1854. 24-Cm Proprietor would in applications
4 & whom obtained. The kinds .
.-' *-. Cambric and Swiss Flouncing, THE against loss by Fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings they are furnvled Cl
his friends and the
satisfied
( + : are fully besurpasclthissideof, of Dotted V. ls, Black Crape Collars. Cheap Goods. .. Furniture, Merchandize, .. be the Big White Mexican, the Via the PJtl sod
he
style our stock cannot theMountaitie. public, that La rebuilthis _ _
Black English Crape, Stamped Bands for January 29, 1863. 4 B. C. LEWIS. Little Brown. The Big White Mexican art the most
Aueghany Subscribers contemplaet large Brick Stables, at the old stand, and ia now
;: TilE sought after in Mississippi as tbe most reliable block
': T. H. CRICHLOW A BROS. Embroidering a new arrangement in their prepared to accommodate his friends and customers. Notice. !
but will supply either of the others if desired.. .
French Cotton
f : September 80, 1854. 39 Embroidering Patent Linen bisine ns makes it necessary todispo.ie He all has to his Stables, a good Black ,
': -AI.SO- attnclec Planters wishing Seed, can address him at Hadiioa
shall
months after tile date of this notice I
,
of their present stock of Gooda. Tins t.oekCOIlrllIte smith Shop, will bave done all kinds of SIX
; i'. An nrsnrtmcnt of Swiss, Mull and Nainsook to tbe of Probate of Mad- Court House, Florida, post-paid
Plantation for Sale. of' a good supply of Watches ol every descrip Plantation work Horse shoeing, and Carriage work, application Judge JOSEPH L. DUTT02T
Muslins. tion. Jewelry Fancy Goods, Cutler Gun, I'Liled in the beat manner and with and 's(n County. Florida, for toy discharge as administra
4 THAT valuable Plantation in Jefferson County, for. Silk and Cotton Illusion, L&, -'., for sale by Ware, and numerous other article, which/ they pledge dispatch.very promptness tor of John Coleman deceH ed.V.Arts. April 29.1854. 17 tI
the residence of the late Rev. Wesley Adams
G. & J. MEO INXISS. RANDELL Adrift.May2O,1854. .
: within mile of Mill) the themscheito sell to cub customers at greatly reduced Novembers, 1853. 44 RIENZI !
one Bayley's lying on September 80, 1854. 89 20 6m
;: road from MpnUcelki to Newport containing 400 acre, prices. TOWLE & MYEItS. have become the owners 6f thl<
.
"4 ;# with all the necessary impruvcmenU,about 140 acres Bonnets, &c. April 15. 1854. 15Nails. MILES NASH &, CO. Notice. 1;"%W thorough bred Race Horse, well

(: of the same cleared. with Corn, Cane, Potatoes Hogs, ______ known to most of the citizens
received from New York our Fall supply of Dealers in Medicines, &c., TX months after date the undersigned, administrator of Leon and
I :, : Cattle Mules and Farming Utensils with a good Sugar JUST Drugs S Thomas late Oodsdsn Counties having been owned by Gov.Thomas
Ribbons &c. consisting of of the estate Mills deceased, a
,t 1 A f\ KEGS on hand, and for sale low inform their friend and the public that
by
: Mill well arranged Ac, and .old fur the purposeof English Embroidered and Plaid Straw Bonnets, ; 1UU WOULD ladsden County, Florida,will present his final account Brown, of Tallahassee,where be'has been standing
of such
scr I HEIR A; RUST. on hand a good for
making a Division among legatees. Said Plan.f1't French Lace Bonnets, J.rreot and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate for some years. He will stand at the Stable of AN
: tation is situated in one of the beet neighborhoods for Queen's Braid Bonnets August 191854. 33 articles as are generally kept in business, aid County, and ask to be discharged. THONY MAIGE i inor near Tallahassee who will

: 4 .Y health and good Society in the County,and within on.tr.soi:1' MissosRuffled Bonnets, Fresh Garden Seeds. and will be receiving regularly f i eat supplies. Their G. B. MILLS Administrator. lave control and management of him for the presenf

: mile Springfield Church. Pedal Bonnets terms shall be reasonable. 32 6m Fall Season,and to whom payment may be made kfan
;. 'kt.p ,..' Persons wishing to purchase will call on Mr.Washington Black Straw Fancy Bonnets Edged JUST received per Convoy from Thorium's. New Tallahassee, April t 9th, 1853. 14 August 12.1854. serving, at the following prices: Five Dollar tit

.' '.. Patterson on the place, who will show them Bonnet Ribbon, Florence and Marseilles Silks freKli Seed of Notice. the single settles; Ten Dollars for the Season_nl

the same. Artificial Flowers Ruches, Long Blood Beet, Wakulla Iron Works, persons indebted to the estate of Mary Fran Twenty Dollars to insure. Mares traded or sold vS.m

,4. ;. Terms easy. Apply to either ofthe subscribers. Straw Beading and Trimming, Early Turnip JWt, NEWPORT, FLORIDA i ALL McIntosh late of Madison County, deceased every case be required to be paid tot *apptw

.- DARIUS WILLIAMS )t CM ulort- Oil Silk, Bonnet Wire fcc, for sale r>v Late Drum Head Cabbage, Establishment is now in full operation. All wIll come forward and make immediate paymentandbi the following from Gov.Brown and J.W. iabneyo
Late ,
'Y tI' ABNER WrmiNGTON, J G. & J. MEG INYISS. Savoy assorted Cabhpve, TIllS will be attended to with promptness and e having demands against said estate will pf Meftt Leon County i in' reference to Rituals PedigrM, and

_September 9, 1864. 26 September 30, 1854. 39 8t Lettuce Salmon Raddish kinds, all work done with neatness and dispatch. hem, duly authenticated, within tbe time prescribed quality of ha stock. .

,- ;. S Long American Globe All kinds of work such as Steam Work Mill Work, by law, or they will be barred. JORMAK & MUSB.
STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS Turnip
COTTON PLANTER'S' Circular Saw M. W McLEARY.
Gin Gearing Sugar Mill Machinery
i4 ; AT NEW POET. Improved Rutibaira Turnip. Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Plo gb Castings, Brass September 16. fl1S4. 87 8t TALUUUMXX, April 9th, 1851.
.w. areEO"11se.0 For sale by MoNA(tiGHT & OR1IOXD.Newport .
i1 ,, '4 'rirE undersigned still carries on the above botirms, Castings, :.; also, Sugar Kettles of any size, kept Tbe borough bred Race Horse 1\1ENn was nit
September 6, 18M. '
4.- ... ft A Notice. ed by rrrr brother, Richard T.Brown of Windsor.Westmoreland ;
JL in all its branches. Boildsngs! well calculated for FLORIDA constantly on hand. All work done in such an establishment I
t ; despatching wagons. L LAD].). TALLAHASSEE, 700 Acres first rate Land for Sale. will be done by us, with a particular regardto TOTJCE is hereby given that an application wil County, Virginaw He was. sired by
.wport,8epi.inberL1864. U O the strength and durability of the work. J.be made to tbe next General Assembly, to in Autocrat, who was imported by CoL Join Taylor,of

(S. 1tA _- _ _ _ _ _ To COTTON PLANTERS and others of tJiit and the adyiining r JL pHE Subscriber offers for sale bill Plantation lung' Competent Workmen always in readiness to pot np corporate a Company to be called the Tallahassee and Mount Airy, Va. His dam wsJ Counties in Florida and ten and a half miles north of Tallahassee. There
Kemble
Georgia: &C. Quiucy Plank Road Company.Artgnst .- who was" stred by old Sir Cbarlua.He bat
Hides Wanted. Engines,
-. 'yE, the undersigned subscribers, return to you are in the tract, seven hundred acres of as good land Terms will be liberal and all work dote strictly for 25, 18J4. 3m 34" distinguished himself at Race at Broad Rock Ya,St
T1 or Salt Hides also otter and Deer f" our most grateful thanks for tbe very liberal all can be found tit the State-300 cleared, and the cash act'tptedrdtrll some business fiim in this Josephs Apalachicola, Fla. There ii not a nioHf
4-i '5' OUUU Skjos,Cor which the highest market price patronage which has been bestowed upon us, through balance in wood. Ou tbe premises are a good DwrfIhjj or Tallahaooee on Executor Notice. thorough bred'horse in the United tatss. ..,
44 iriH l be paid by P. C. WII) ? house, Gin house and Screw, with cabins place, or Quiucy. bDde Eiecftfor THOMAS iBOWIT.T
your kindness since we have been engaged in the ana negro Liberal prices paid for old Iron. Copper and Brass. SIX months after the igDed. 6the' (Signed)
; October 14, 1854. 41 Cotton Storage, Weighing and Selling Business in this all other buildings. To a good purchaser,this All letters must be addressed ( paid) to !. Will and Testament of,Archibald_ Bale, fate

city, and we again offer our services tbe ensuing season ia a rare opportunity. Terms made easy. Address it H.poet POND 4 CO, or Gadsden County, deceased, will exhibit his account . Lxo-f COCSTT,April Bti. 1M1. .
,t' Classical School for Boy at our old stand and hope that our duty in the me through the Tallahassee Post Office or see me on January 21. 186-1 b New Port : and vouchers before the Judge of Probate for aid Witnafn6wl 4g 01 the PidigrH of the noble Jit'

npBEczerasessatLe School of the subscriber wiD performance of your business heretofore baa been so the premises. J. ELIOT. County, and apply for a final settlement and discharge ENZI,as above described by GOT.Brown, I can iil

A JL be moosed e o )fcff*.y the fcrth of October. discharged as to secure your patronage and influence June 10, 1854 23 NEW YORK. from the administration of said Estate. ] hafe rIUd..eigbt Colts from him. Ri ui'. Colls"aw

W.ESTON EPPES. in the future. Very Respectfully, DANIEL BUn Executor. lawe and a., ain}iff snow (he blood. Ityy ar
f October"11"if 40 BROOME A HEIR. LIVERY STABLE.o BREWER & CALDWELL, October 21, 1854. om 42 generally in color rich Mahogany Bays, with B if---

September 30, 1864. 39 -o- SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO., Manes and Tails, They are docile and the mosVJ": c

Kcw QeMSI! New (2*+4s !II I L L I A Mil. NEWSOMOULD GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Bagging and Rope perior Harness Horse I nave ever seen.

Notice. AGGIJfO' aid SOP* tartn&td to regular cna- ((8n dy J. W. tlBfltcetoer
-rBr1uc 4 WHIT AltER inform "
are receiving, '
per brig No. 20, OLD SLIP. B
.; 1) E Remragtoo a general assortment of Quods,in SIX months ufter date I shall present my final n- I'" friends and the bilk May n, 1854. 19 ly tomers in any quantity. D. LADD.Newport. 10i 1864. 40 Iw

.L1L' Tall aod Winter styles, viz: and vouchers to the Judge of Probate ol that be may always be September 2.1854.. 85 -4 Sentinel copy 8 lima .,_ JKNee.

; .1- Hack French Doeslnn, Xvish Lwen, Madison County as Administratrix with the will an- at the STABLE opposite the Jail ready to acconimo Notice. DR. LEWIS,

1 Fey French Casslmeres, BreW and Brn DomesUes, auexed of Levi Drew and ask to be discharged from date them with Carriages and Horses.tar will be made to the next General ; .

r -Fancy Tweeds Damask Skirting, said administration. Horses kept at Livery on reasonable terms. APPUCATION State for a Charter construct cESIDENT DENTIST, THIRty dmvs after date, I win apply to -s t0

; Keatorky Jeans Assorted Flannels, MARGARET DREW Administratrix. df Vacant Lots and Feed furnished A.f Drovers a Plank Road from Palatka to some point m Marion' TALLAHASSEE, FLA.11I,18 Probate Mad-no County for 1 leave v

Plaid L oeys, Carolina Stripes, October 14, 1854. 6m 41 with Horses and Mules. County, near or at Micanopy. now inserting Artificial Teeth oh tie Mil the interest of the Estate of Rebecca Chariei tf

&- Printed Flanneii Jbnnen _a He will exert himself to give satisfaction to Lie patrons August 12, 1864. 32 2m ne" and improved principle, with lot No. six, ((8)) frac&ot section Ko.fivel.V(

M L' 1 Op-ra do Carolina Plaid. Notice. and solicits a share of the public cusUra. gums, from one side to he Township font ((4.)South of ftanW tlstto, ((1IM)

Kue Denims Canton Flannel, ALL persons Laving demands against the Estate Tallahassee, August 26, 186. S4COFFIN ERSKINE & DILWORTII, other, without seam or crack, leaving no place tat the cootaioing in all one hundred and nineteen aerssllilmfife (

.4, NI1. Bed Blankets William Jeukins, deceased,late ut Leon Coon. ATTORNEYS AT lodgment of(food thereby rendering them perfectly 'or less said inteMtt being an nndirid ks

;- Tsne7C.lIm'1e11 m. Red-Gr'D Blank'tI, ty are notified to present them to the Administrator & JUNGLE, LAW Hfe-like, and festering the ordinal ntourof the face said land. Application made to sell for UK J JY- I

4 Xogttsh Prbta Nero ElanktU, within the tine required by law, or this notice will FAOTOa. XONTICEtLO AND QUfXCtV so as to defy detection. He will attend to all calls b of the debta of said estate

l F .. rriotod VdveUv White Gqp Kerseys, be plead in bar; and those indebted will please make JOB EasxfiiK, Quincy W.S. DU.WOBTH,Monticello Middle Florida for Full Setts. Those wishing Full OEO E. MclIZLtAW.Ad j..

%:,. JUseitedniiiiry. Georgia Plains payment immediately. CHARLESTON s. C. i I July 23, 185. 29 Setts can obtain all necessary information By latter.He Little iSVer, Colombia Oouott,' -

S Heavy Omaburg. JOSHUA W. SAUNDERS, Administrator 1% NY consignments of LONG'and SHORT STAILE will wan anll. irt every instance, satisfaction and October tI, 1854. it 4 :
jI4 .Urino Shirty October 28, 1854. 8w 43 .LI COTTON and other Produce, will meet Land for Bale. prices to suit the time. Terms Cash or when called

Draws, with thenbest attention. Reference can be bad of T WILL Nil my plantation on terms that are reasX for. Notice.SIX .

: Kapk tna, Towels New Books, &e."VfOW JAMLM N. LIPSCOMB, Madibou Countyor; R. E. Dun' onable and accommodating to the purchaser. It, June t4. 1864. 25 inonrafftefdafel4and ? aDaJ aeeounf
Beote.Di.pe*. Quincy, Fla.September. miles East of ;
lies in Jefferson CountFlu, eighteen
receiving from New York a Urge and vouchers to the
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eare- Potatoes Onions .c. -1 Judge tProtateoIJe'd
fl4edattte1owestpricesforesshcra 80 1854. of Wankeenakv M ,
,
roy- 80 4'm Tallahassee, m the neighborhood
Ll fully selected stock of Books embracing County, Florida, and make
.' ed Jit at the Store one door north vf Miisrs.HodgissAScott every in with two hundred from New application
ere department of Literature and with the stock on baud, choice land aud good repair, TUST received per steanrtorp Pampero charge as Administratrix of O orn W.Standl,lti
'L a larger and more varied assortment than bos ever For Sale. and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers come and see fj York. lO) bbls Irish Potatoes 6 bob Obibos.1 of Jefferson County decesmed.JMIE ; .
Oct.' 1854. 40 yourselves. ANDERSON PEELER. ctaU Onions *Kegs.Pritne Oosted' Butter, 1* Boxes .
been this Blank
offered to commnuity. Books of every GUNNY BAGS, suitable for STANDLET, AtiminUtratrtr.Cfctober
size 900 pickine Cot1 May 6. 186f. 18 tf Extra &. All in good order and for sale byJ. 41
and Ruling Stationery of the best d'eecrfption.u .- HODGKISS i SCOTT I U, 18M." 6m' I
the Hew Ctsb Store. CO.
BftACEWELL
at -
: Creat BaiftlBS rs Cases Port Folio Envelopes. Buff White and August ft, IM4 8S -
Notice.A
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[OneDtor South ofG. if J. Ategitmiit.] Enamelled, different sizes Drawing and Tietue Paper Oeteber 21.1S54. b Tax COflCtO?'* Me.
and Oil Notice. PPLWATION will be made to tba next CfoeralJ I -
Cutlery, Lithographic Paintings
| Bjigley's
4' RALEIgH takes pleasore to inform Gold Pens with without & of \ Assembly of tab State i* aliamka-ter.to be Notice B '. of t power vested ia ma.by law. (
MRJL or rases. ,Maynard TUNNO -
| .of TalUbassee and vicinity that he Noyes THE co-partnership PINCKNEY 'ot tba estate dan Home oW
Harrison d Blackwood Black and Red Ink Also having been dissolved, the located within its limits, with a steel eo&.saag" ; rfH onden bed1, atfmmirtrarfar of| expose tat sale before tbt Court
is oowopeaif/ a las and well selected stock of Dry large variety or Fancy Articles a tinue the subscriber will con- 1500,000.Aagost. I .tOltpb A.Ufm..1at.1y deJ.ued Leoat. at Madison on the second Bottday m "April Ddt.**.

Goods a-dalarga aseorlme-tof Xobcoidcries andJMet. JOHN McDOUGALL F1CTOB1GE AND 1S .M54. t* to ty. givee notice toatf Jt.IDMiIW uea' apIa..t Wlowiog deecriUd led .M neh thereof a< -3?
Ladle's Dress Cepst alav blest styles of Head October 18 COMMISSION BESJJESS nrd estate preae-C t-em to tile adminatoatruc. or pay the State aad coooty tax daetiHrMrib/dieyMr,

41'k. Ready made Clothktf of ev 14. tf 41 on hit *wn aeonnat R. Q. PINCKNEY, Jr Notice to a'l,BI,her agent.Z* tZ? pre.ICriW 1854 and lp4Me.IDCI -UreftVtD-w-: The
"
,&Wo.1 QsMatvC Boataaad Shoes.raaMsneoi Office Noara r. barand.afl Norm telfof UiTNof-iwcstQ-arUrof Matfontwenty
.rvtM.p-- i For Sale. CoinieacuL Wzair. TS hereby given,la pnfrauKM of tM raamrtttwCtdJL P ..t6cbi1 ; '
JWt" ui .. of Jewelry and .0REFERENOES. the Constitution of th St-K that at the nextte. A1SdI1tId as rt1oced lI mgi1ARY eat ia towrship OM .Rang*.seven K
.busy e1*. jMrav ionenU NiB>y mot.r. TOUR small Farms m WaknJU County,eootaining ion of the General Assembly application wilt be mad ill ft '': .to beIctigt. "ora- _. ,_ .
-.5.lap i aad'amall Profits." Remember J.1 about 80 acres each with good dwellings ADd out Munll & Wzna, JOHH F&Alu. Co. for a charter to incorporate a Company to-b styledthe ULMER Aihnfiriatratrrr. ': ,. 'McK1ltNT..x .

.. Wisi.ly isv.- bouses on the MOle, Eoquire. at thji office.Oetulerli,18M GOOKDIH MmHuasur A Co. M Tallahassee and Georgia Railxoia pnyl''Aup I :By H.T. Bkekcr, AeenLOotober Assenor and CfcD etor for...ILtdawi.Co -.'
1 Qbu'YiU& ) ;' il -- Cbultatoa,6imber9,184. fA 12 11H 12 In U. 18U. ,Iw it, October 1f, 18K."' '6ar' 4t


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: BY DYKE WILLIAMS. : TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. NQVJE > BER ll 1854. 'VOLUME; VI-NO.:1:: ; : :

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BY AUTHORITY.. From Corpus Christi! by Lamar, Copano, Frbm Lynchburg to Smithfield. shita, Graysoh cointv. .. ,,' der brook to Bateville. .. and". Red.. fork -!Napoleon. : ..) f.i'IG r":

Aransas Pass to Paseo Cavailo. From; Lynchbutg, by Tarktngslon's Prairie From Shreveport, La,, to Austin Texas. From! Clarksville! by Piney, Pointle4nl: ,1 Jrom.Little. Rock Ly'CollegeTillc; 0ton' /if} J

lWS OF THE UNITED STATESPubl'ic From Dallas by PliM.sant Run\ Red Oak, << Livingston, and Harrington, to San Au From Springfield by Twockony: Springs, Mount Parthenon, ami. Jasper, to Carrollton. Fair Play; Rockport lljJw8"rbdelpWa., I
Wxxnhotrliio, Chamln-i'screet, While Rock gustine. Spring Hill and Dresden to Chamber's's creek. From Clarksville Vardvilie t
bjr > and Ew-, Anvil, A"ntoioHuUdlc) ;; toii, Graves and Marl-
[ ; No. 72.] and Bould Minings\ to Waco Village. From Lynchburg, by Cedar Bayou, and I From Springfield, to Mailin, via Alto bank's Mills to St. Paul!; brook to.Waslifngton.{ .,1:
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From Dallafe tb Jobt1 on's Station, West Liberty, to Liberty. springs. From 0 .:
:; C1 to e6tablish Certain post road 4 Clarksvills by Coobsville to Saiut From Little Rock by Red Oak, OsIcisud : n
From field Union From Madison, I Colland, Newton, and From Springfield Cotton Gin Fairfi-ld
Daingei by ville to Bos by Paul. Grove !
Stony PointSea-ey :
;d
\\tjXTIM7AflON] : ] ton. Salem, to Biirgeville..: Avant, Troy, Bethel, and Tennessee: countyto Frpni Clarksville by Ewbank's Mills: and Plains and Rocky Point; Cold.Wlltl1leasant to .Baiesvillo -. '.
( Parker's From Daingerfield by :Mount Pleasant and From Mahcnester, by Waco, to Came Palestine.Swartwout. Whiteley's to Osage.
1 f IShre'L1' jrt, by Spring P.idge, Frem Little Rock: ; bytPerr>'T lle,, DauUIe; :. -
Logsnsport, and She/by/ viue, Texas to Union Bridge U> Cia rks\'ill. ron.From by Cold spring, to Huntsville. rVoni Clarendon to Surrounded Hill.t !. Parkersburg, Reveille and Charleston to fort !'
..,: N.SItrf'ogdocbel. From; Frontera to San Franc's Cal. Marshall, by Ah! Spring, friend From Taos, by Musket I Corsicana, VffdRichland From Clinton by Meadows, Locusts Grove, Smith: t'! ;'j

from Shreveport to'\\ 8Shington, Ant. From Gainesville to Corunna via Alton ship, Earpville, and Pine Tree, to Gilmer. crossing to Tiwockony Springs. and Big Flats to Buffala city. Fram Little Rock by) Green Grove, Lew-' I 3 ;.1 j
From Marshall to Port Caddo. From Taos, by Waxa'iatchio Cedar Hill From Cross Roads
from Shreveport to Henderson, Texas. and Waxahatchie. by Boonville, Tumlinsonville isburg. Galley Creek Norristown, Russell- ;. f.4
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from Sparta by Salt Spring, to Iversori. From Galveston b.* Saluria and Indianola From Marshall, by Union Springs, to Jef and Johnson's station to Biid\ille.. .. Waldron, Parks an'd Quito to Pan yule and Scotia. to Pittsburg. ; >
ferson. I From Tarrant, by Hooker Cedar Grove ther.
Port Lavnca.Fn ,
to ,
St. francisville to Point From Lebanon to Mo '
from coupee. : Johns Liberty ;- From Marshall, by Ah Spring, Earpvi'.Ie'! mound, and Kaufman forsyth: ; ( :!
from Stony Point, by Wm. AWen's, In\ >(m Galveston by Anahuac, I College to Taos. From Danville by Rover and Bluffton to From Lebanon to DoTer. I .:;
Livingston parish, Duncan blue's, aud Ed. Grand Cane, and Smithfield to Swart. Pine Tree, Point Pleasant, and Gum {Spring, : From Texana, by Wharton and Calder's, Milton Galbreath's in :Scott: county. From Lehigh, by Eastwood's to Storer' f i ; .

wont. to TJ.r.From] to Columbia. From Danville by William Park's, Yell .
ward SUtnp's to Spring6 ld. Gin. 'J.,,'
Thibodeaux to From Galvestnn, by San Louis and Quin. Marshall, I by Henderson, Tyler, From Texana by :Morales, Do Lavaca, and county and Milton Gilbrcath's! to felii Grun- From LewisLurg t by Dart?" tp I ,:
from LnckporLTrbtn P.erryville. ::
Canton Cedar Grove Millwood and Me- Bearden to ; .
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tanna to Matagorda.From I Petersburg. dy Gaines'. ..
IndianVilage From
and
ti Trenton by Pine hilts Lewisburg! by Springfield to Clinton; .: ,
: *io Vernon. : ; Galveston; to New Orleans: La.: \''e, to Sherman. From :Town Bluff by Magnolia Springs, From Danville by Parkcrsburg, Rock From<< Leivisvillo: to Mmden LsL ;,:.. "

t, froth TrVity Little Prairie Parh.im's. From Galveston' to Sahine city. From Marshall: by Glade Springs, Elysian Courtland, Belgrade, Calcasieu parish, nudDC'mpst'"s Creek, Reveille, Trouble Hill!!,Boonville, New Fcom.Lewis villo to Le ban o'n via Calhoun ;.,. ',
by ,
Ending, Mfcnterey\ Landing, and Flowery From; : ,Galvcs'tnn' by Galveston Bay and fields! Kcatchie, La., and Grand Cane, to Isles, in Louisiana to CheneyviHe. Market and Greenwood to fort Smith. aril l Beechlaiid.' .... ;"
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.. Black Hill to Libeity.! :Mansfield.Fiom i From Dary Saw by White Oak and Pow- :From Lisbon. Lewis i11e byl\foant Holly _' '
.Mound Tool ;
to :
L *'Vc"i V D'arbone, to Houston. Lake, to Sugar Land. Sand spring Quitman: and Big dollar, to Tar i From Dary Saw by camp creek and cherry From Lisbon to. Mount Holly.

IJ and Corner Vienna Blu'rT.'to by Eldbrhdo Caraway's, ArkarLas.r From Galveston by Seven Oaks, Liverpool, From :Mclvinncy, by Alton, to Birdsville. rant. Grove to Lost creek vI From Little: ,8.ay.by Hampton and- FreMont '-. .. ....'.-i'
'to ] Columbia, Hinds, Brazoria, Cedar Lake and From McKinney to Sherman. From Tyler, by Hamburg, and Brownsboro -I From Des Arc by West' Point to Searcy's.From to El Dorado. ';
Water Proof Kirk'.ferry.Prom
From tb HttdchYston's, via Caney to Matagorda. FromJiln: by Pelldlt>ton, :Manny, La., to Athens.From Des Arc Bluff intersecting military From Locust Grove' f to ,t Lebanon. i' .

Wellington and Cole's Settlement. From Gainesville! by Alton and WaxahatcJiie and fort J(s-lIp, to Grand; Ecore. Tyler to :Mount\ Vernon, via Quit road near. Cadron ferry by the way of,Lewisbur From Maysville to.. Betitonvillev? -,.; .

Hamburg-From Warsaw, by Pullatvay, fceerfiftd, to Corunna. From Mount:\ Carmel. by :Starn: 's House, man. Lemolne's ferry. and Dardanells to fort From Marion to Smith's via.. D(. ron'i. ;;;".:;:

Vufl Ucello, and Joe Bayou, to Lake Pf ovt- From Georgetown bj Gabriel Knob to to Gilmer. .. From Tyler] by Seven Leagues, Larissa, ; Smit ? -, I .From 1aJIO'rb'y'911Ib: m, _Pecan .Point; t,
Hamilton IJurnett; From :Mount\ Pleast, by Jordan's Mills, to Kickapoo and Plenitude
t county. to Palestine. From Doaksville by Armstrong Academy Ocola .Canadian". ; to.l ;ci.niaria: bend. .

From Warsaw, by Hurricane, Winnsboro, From Gilmer by Quitman to Kaufman. Palestine.From From Tyljr, by Flora, Jordan's, Saline, I to fort WashitaFrom ,From. bayou, to ChHleceaax, !Missouri 4" .:}
Oakley, Sicily Island, and Da-uf Prairie to Frftm Jilmcr by fled Rock to Gum 8pl ng. :Mount Pheasant, by Gray: Rock, Barren Ridge and Four :Mib( Prairie, to Dover by Borland to Rellville, via Checkasawba, fletor's, big ,Lake ,and .... .
Gihrwr Mount:\ Pleasant Lone Star, White Oak, Tarrant, Black Jack ...
I Ilirrisonburg. From by Hopewcll Kemp.! From El Dorado by Beaver, Ruin, Three Grand ralt e. ,.'
.
It TEXAS. Grove: Timber Creek, Greenville; Bean From Victorh, by. Fanning's Defeat, Go Creek, Scottsville La., franksville, Tiger FrumIount: Ida by CedJ.rcrcck: ; to 'Wal :' ""t"
: Birdvillc. Fiom Gilmer'''by-Holly Springs' Quitman: Crer-k, Millwood, and Black: Hill, to Oa11a!!. had, Refagio and San Patricio to Corpus creek and Horner t Ii'}den. dron. ., :. i
Alton Mud to ? ,. .
'I From From Alton, to bj'Gainesville."From Spring. Retiua, Davis' :Jlllls'tind! Shiloh to Green- From Nacogdcchccs, to :SLelbville: via Christi. :From El Dorado, b\ :Mount Holly, Calhoun !- From ,Mount Olive, _by ,Svlamore' flat. : '.:''=$t j
\'ilt'! Crane's. From Victoria by Texana and Wharton to and Dorchea't to Lewisville.
Woods, and Richwood's! to Kinderhook i
-
Alto Springs, by Mailin, to Belton. y-i:
From Anahuac Sour Lake to \Vood'v1e. From; Goliad: by :Me'ycrsvil''<',Clinton, Cue- From XacogJoehes( by Mount Enterprise, Richmond. From Eldorado by ,champagnolle, Wilminglon !- From Murfreesboro to Adam, Washita.' .
by
roand Mustang to llallettsvillo. Hcnd'rsolilhil1: :! (., Walling's ferry, and I I'rom Victoria, by Anagua to Lamar. iravel! Ridge, Lanark, Warren, county' ::". :!:

From Anderson' to Mitchell's, via SulphurSpritig's Prom Goliad: to Cibolo Springs. Ashville, Marshall.: From Waco Village, by Dresden to Cor- Montonga, Monticello: and cut Off to Bartholomew From Napoleon; by Islan 1 No. CG" LAco. : .
tt
'an d Plaster's. From Gonzales by China Grove, Sweet From Nacodgoches, by Linn Flat, to sicana. I I .. nia' Barney's Thompson's! ,Landing! t31iss., :1
From,Anderson by Whit"' Sulphur Springs, Home, Petersburg:, Columbus and Sin Bar :Mount Enterprise.From From Waco'j1lg.<>, }by Deer Creek, to :,, From El Dorado by HilUboro and cherry Friars Point, Heena! Ark., StcrhngVayne., j :,
nard to Richmond. Nacogjoches to Weis* Bluff. Cameron. Ridge to Farmersville '
Walnut' bend Bledsoe's l Blue's J
'Ciney's, MCM:\ thOn'8, Rogers's Fu nace, ,. Lauding ....
r Birch Creek, St.; warL' atid Ileusou's toSpringfield. From Gonza/es; by Live Oak to Goliad. From Naco doches, Auadarco, and From Waiting's ferry, by Cotton Plant and From El Dorado by Lisbon and Buffalo to Point, ; Gray'spn: ',. Ceralva l, Miss., aud Elm '
: From Greenwood La. New Sahjm, to T\ler. (frl'don to Henderson. camden '
by Bethany Elysian I : '". Grove Memphis: Tenn. ,
;, From Anderson Boonvillc.From Fields, Tex., Kiiulock, Grand BluH'Carthage, FrotllIacogd: claes, by Douglass: Lin. From Washington by Grimesville Shannon : From Elizabeth by Jacksonport, Kenyon, From! Napoleon"; by ,\yhitetyiver.. Saint!! ;.: 'i'

Aransas to Rclt io ua, Lamar, and Reed's Settlement, Fair Play, Pine Hills and woolIlto, Crockett, and Cincinnati, to Montgomery and Danville to Cold Spring. ; clover Bend and Powhatan to Smithville. Charle?", Cass.Con'and Crockett's bluff t
Murvalto J :Mount Enterprise. HunUville.Froin! From Washington by Chapel Hill, Travis, From Elizabeth by cojt-raine, Santa fee, Aberdeen.:: 'P, :

,r. Copanb.From Anderson, by Bcd;, Elwood, :Mitch- From Greenville Mclvnight's, Modern Nacngilorhcs! by Morion, and Her- I Bc'levillf, Swea ringen, :San Felipe, Richmond Oak Ridga", Lorado and Wblcott to Gaines- From Napoleon, I by John H. Freeman's: .,"-:1

I ll's, Leona, and Hall's Bluff, to Cockett.F Tine: Coieman's :Mills\ and McKiuney to r n1 ton, to Woo'lville. Big Creek, Columbia, Hind's Brazoria, and \ileFrom: David Weirs:: and Gary William's'', on Bayou ..:.0:;
Di,l t ton's. From Nashville, \Wheelock, to Leona. Gulf Prairie, to Quintana. I I Elizabeth to Wolcott Bartholomew
Wilwyville,
: From Atbens by Bethel, Ticy, Keechil, ', L
'and Centrcvilld to Leona. From Gum STnlng| by Mount Carmel, Gar From New Braumfcls, by Seguin, and Bel. From Washington by Millican; Boonville, !I From Evansvil! by Flint and Tahlequah From North. fore, by Rapp's barren, to : :'

r I. From Austin"to"8t. Elizarro. den Valley: .] Canton to Kaufman, mont, to Gonzales.; Wheelock and Alta Spring*, to SpringfiVlil.; to Fort Gibson Roc.k ,ridgt'. ., .. ,'i'...

From Austin by Bluff .Spring, Jjockhart, Fiom Henderson to Gum Springs via Bunker From New Biaumfels, by Sibterdale, to From Wheelock by Prosperity and. Mailin, From FaJe rc\iUe by Hilochc to Mavsville From North fork by Buffalo city, YcllvilloJ t \ :;.

Plum Creek, Gonzales, CFiiua Grove, .Mount Hill and J:UlH'btO\\'I1. Frerlericksburg.Fiom I to Waco Village Rolling Prairie :Mount. Pleasant: and Crooked
Petrea, Concrete, anu Cuero'to \ ctofil!. From Henderson by IJdJleview! New Dan. New Orleans: La., to Sabine, City, I From Wnodvi'.le to Town Bluff.. I From Fayetteville to Boon's Grove creek to Carrollton. .. ,,i; j

From Austin by Sin :Marco\ Bonite, NrvBT.Iunifels : \illeand Point Pleasant to Gilmer. Ti-xas. From Woodulle, by Proudence Hill tT From Fayetteville by Booi/s Grove to Frcm .Norristown, by Dardanelles, and
Valley and Cibolo'to Sun Autofiio. From Henderson bv Sugar Hill to Grand From New Orleans, La., to Brazos Santiago -; Beaumont. ; Carrollton: Chickelah to Danville. :
t V ?
I-. Bhfl: 'I'cIlS.: I ARKANSAS.From I From fair forest by Relfs Bl! ff. :Monton- From Oakland Grove Brownsville, ti i

'FrWn Austin by Cillcl.Vnd! Creek Blue Hfil l From Henderson I by San Co me, Andar. From New Oilcans} La., by Galveston, I Amity to Hot Springs { ga, Motiticello, Lacy, fountain Hill, Ham Doa Arc. i .:;.
San Gabriel!, San Sanders Cameron. co, New Salem, Rugk, Box Creek, Round- (;c-x., Saluria; l, Port Cavailo, and Lasalle, to i From Antoine, by Brooktown, Murfreos-I bu g and EK n to Bastrop La From Oakland Grove to- Brownsvi'Ie.Fronq J:-
Merrilltown cretk yule and San Pedro to Crockett. I In'l'nnola.I'fotu I' :From fuir Piay bv clifl o :Mills to Owens- Oakland Grove .
From Austin by Bnshy hero, John Russ'. and Fannington to Para- ; Hickory Plain, to I. t
Georgetown, Salado, Bcllon and Hcrtrard, to From: Hilliard's! by Carthage to GrandBluffs. Palestine! to :Magnolia.I'rorn t! cli'la. II villa Dea Arc. V : J JI
I Palestine, !liy Kaufman, to Millwood, From fair Play to Hot Springs V. V .. 1 1I
Waco Village.From I From Antoine by Stewart's store, and I FronOz:1tk by Constitution, Cass, Saint ;
' ,.Austin by Young's settlement, Lexington From Houston by Jones', Big Cre'-kr, Soli- thence! through Searcy's Settlements, to Bon- Capt. Tate's, on Little Missouri river, to t, From fort Gibson, by creek Agency, Micco PaulV.ir Eagle, Huntsville and Robinson's: : t{

and Prospect" to CaldWell. lude, Ilingliam's: arid Lherpool to Galveston. ham. Camden. and fort WasLita to fort ArbuuklaFiom I Cross Roads to bentoqville.? .. : ; -
Auetin From 'Houston. to Oyster Creek. From Par; :, by Shocky's, to Pine Bluff. I fort Smith Donna Bona on the Rio From Ozark ,
From by Georgpto"nlleJ.ton From Aberdeen} t by Clarendon, Watensaw, byJo Gt Giead.Brawley.. : ::1
Fairfield aud Palestine From Houston bHodge's Bend and From Paris, by) Lake Creek, to TarranL Grande; I Brownsville! Ch4rjestdwn and Robert Matfit's
co Village, Springfield, Lakt! Bluff: DU\lll's.Blutf, Des Arc, Augusta, : t V
to Rusk. Richmond, to Wharton.jFVom From Paris by PmirieIouot: Ben Fiauk- Grand Glaze, EHzal tli, Jacksonport, and From fort Smith by Jenny Lind, Hodge'sPrairie to Cross Roads. ,.. '. .. J!.1
Houston by Cypress to Anderson. lin, and North Sulphur, to Greenville.! Black Jack and Tuinlinsonvillc ;:
top to
From Bastrop by Cedar ceek, Lockha/t, Oil Trough to Bate \"ilIp, From Panther to,Caddo Co*?. .
and Prairie lea to Seguin. From Port Luvaca, by Woodpoit, to Texana. From Aberdeen: by Mound' City, to :Memphis Waldron From Panther, by Cove and Mineral V Hill; ':'J ,
from beaumont to Llb rty. From Hous'tcn by Cieur Lake and J Little's t ,! Tennessee. From fort Smi'tp. by James': fork. Sugar to Ultima 'IhuJ: .. il'l.;.

from beaumont by Welas l>7uffand :Madison to Hodge's.From From Quitman, by Kaufman, to Dallnp.: From Arkadelphia by Alpine, Amity, cen- Loaf, chocovillo anJ Black Jack to Turaliu- From Perry ville<< ;to,,Park'" ?, via t Huston's :

to baJ/ew's ferry; La Houston "by Housoville, Rock Is. From Red River: Landing, La: to Huntsville treville and! Caddo Grove; to :Mount Ida. sonville. ,. Smith's; riggs,. ndJV. J. ,Pka.. :',\;

from big creek by Oysters'creek to Lher.po'l land, Washington, Independence, Brenliam, 'I'exas.Frtjm From Arkadelphia by Terre Noir, to Rome. From fort Smith by choctaw and Micco to From Paraclifta, by Ljon'sbeard, Ultim .'. .
.
: Vine Grove, Round Top, RuttersvilJe, Lagrange Rock Island, by Chapel' Hill, to From Arkansas Post, by L'a Grew's fort Washita I Thule, Eagleto.wn\nck-iah-tah, and WLee- :. 1

J from bonham: by pilot prove, Highland, Plum Grove, Cunningham, Alluni Brenhan Springs; and :Molina del Rey to Crockett's: I FromlortSmith.by. Kidron to fort Gibson lock; to Doaksvi; .. f. .-1.
MckintK-y, Spring creek, cedar Springs and Creek, Bablroji, \% cLber : l1e and Case's:! to From Rock Island' Washington, Independence -, Bluff.From: I From fort Smith by choctaw Agency to From Pilot Hill, by B'ennstt's river. Ben. ..:t

piano to Dallas AuFtin.Froni. Brerhanmilie Grove, Round Top,t : Athens to Springfield :Missouri.From I j I' Doaksville .' nett's bayou: aid St. Leger, :Mo., to Rock- l .,JI j ,
from bnnham by Warren, Sherman, Indian houston by Sr.n IViipo: Ne<\* Uhn, Kutersville, Ja Grange, Plum Grove, Cunningham I. From fulton Hempstead county to Rocky bridge, i ,.- ,

I Cr<*/2ose/and, Little Elm, A/ton/ and far. Industry and Fayetteville Lngrange. Allnm Creek, Bastrop, Webber-" Bartholomew, by Holly Point, to : comfort '- Frehi Pine: bluff bv.MalvoVjey.'s: ferry V'V,James .;'1' "'
met"*'brance to Dallas from Houston by Rose Hill and Mout- yule, and Cases, to Austin. I Hawkins' Landing.! | From fulton to fort Towson via Pine Prai- Iludsoii'sVm.. H. Wilson's, John B. Uoasd's. ) ;. ,
to Huntsville. From Rock Island, by Retreat, and Gainesllle From Bat frooB boston by forest Home and Linden gornery j Laynesport ; Brushy Woods', Storers, and John R. Light- : '
- 'toJffferfconfrom From HunU\illc to Red River Landing: I \' to Anderson. I Creek, Little Hooky. Bayou,..1 Richwoods.{ Syl-! From Gainesville to Hatcher's: on ElevenI F'oot'sto Camdep"I .. '' V.. .. ,,

( Wnm\ by Long Point,John Dodd's, La. J From Hock Itlnnd, by Tippett's' ,,nde'",. amoc creek) and Locus Grov, to Wiley's I Pnint UF.ver via Sherk's, ftury. D.x-kworth's 1-.-... P:.... 1.1r :..,. r _:. cy.tL, n___L.H_ > "I'O
Doctor IloZnaiy's and A Law- From Huntsville by Home, Sumpter and I and Gaston'g; to Hotlgcs. I Cove ferry, four JIt', Dumas and Medical!,Spring J r.nd Hurricane,crtK'kto. J'rjnceton.. ,:; ;..
Teace'a to GeorgefciM-n, Lexington Lak.. to Clarion.' t From Round Top, }by Long Point and 11 Frrtm. Batepville by Rocky Bayou and :Mt. From Gainesville by Drew to Pocahontas V From Pine blu
I from brenLem Point and From JluuU, ville Ijy Prairie Plains and Gay; Hill, to Independence. Olive to North f rk.p From. Gainesville, "by Oak Blufl? ) chalk>. I'' ,Bartholomew cud Gaiues Lauding, to Co- { .
by Ldng cameron From From Batesville Poke Bayou, Wild and West Prairie; )Jo. to llIa rnfieJ.! .. (.:I
to ttttwen Anderson Washington.! Rusk, by !Pinetou, Marlow's Hiil: by Bluff 1 lumbta. -, V : . ,0:. .
from IIt nbaR1'by Oak Grove, Stony Point, From Huu'tsvflle to Mitchell's. Palestine, Beaver, .\I i'n..tthens, l Kemp; Haws, and franklin; ;. to l'ilot fijI!. I From Grand Lake: by Masoiiia to Doerfield l From Fine bluff by White Oak Lluft toChambersville.i ; ,. ,

Alexander and from Huntsville, by Cold :Spring, Swart- Warsaw Proiiieami I Prairie Creek, to Dallas,: From Batesvfte, by Curia, Barry and La.r ; ., i V """ t. '
Prairie Austin. ?
'from brownsvll/e Young's) Pdiut UsbeJ to to brasosfromJjrownviJe'by wout, Livingston, Greemille, Woodville, Za. From Rusk, L)' Sulphur Splings, to Doug' ,, : Smithville! to Jackson. \ I I'rotn Grand! Lake by Caney Bridge and From Pine; bluff by Lehi, Mount Elba, and f 4 :,.iiI

,c..1L1I1i\go: by valla, Jasper: and Buikeville, to Burr's ferry,, lass. I From Bttesv: lie by VValnut Grove and i Holly!! Point to Hamburg Eagi I Creek to \V aren.' :. V V V,..: .", l

; : Edinburgh, Rio Grande La. From Ru..k, by Jacksonville! to Larissa. Hazrl Grove; to Smith\- iIlt. ,.. .... .. I Irvin Grand Glaze to Searcy's. Froni Pine bluff by White Oak, to Plinee'j:' I
From huntsville, to Ccntreville! ,' Mitch:\ From: Rusk to' 1.inwood. j From Benton hy (JwensvilleVliittington.1! i ton. V :;i
city from and buena Kwne Vista to Laredo ca/edeiria 'to Mount I ell's, atid Leona. From Sabin: i City, by ileaurnontVeiss I, Akin's store :ami) I llarohl! to .Mount Ida. j I'rom Hamburg fountain, Hill! ard Long From Pine bluff! Arkansas S. Po't. ',,;i V

Enterprise by From Huntsville, by Trinity County Seat, Bluff, Erin, Town Bluff, and Magnolia From Benton 1 hi}' Brown's to !.o.t t l'n.'k'i; \ _-\\' to Warren From Pine bluff to Washington, via princetonand < to Marion. Springs: to Jasper. From Benton by Blund's and Brazil I, to.PerryvJlle. I From Helena by Planter's Big Creek: Valley -' Dallisport. j -:::",
from 'bethe '
and
buffalo to Leona by > ,Troy ":
From I Indianola, by Saluria, and Port CaVallo Fiom Sabinctown, by fairmonut and Tole'do : | 1 Grove; and L.irencf! to Clarendon.: 'I' From Pine bluff to Lost creek, via Carr'i
entre'\l1e
to Burke\ille. From Bentonville by J. !M. Ilogc's, to from Helena I by Lagramje, Beach, Grove, .
from baiWo J Waxahirtchie .# l birdvjWe t. Matagorda. I and I1tstors bridge', .on IJurrieane' creek. N
from bunker UUl>y by: Jamestown to Gum iTom Tndiarw1a, by McGrew's, to Victoria. From Sabini'town} 11)Iilan!\ San Aligns Fl'Jctte\'ilIl'' t. % I :Marina, Lar.gudLi and Mounr Vernon t to St. From Pine bluff,.to Bastrop Louisiana, via -:; ; ,

.Sprj From Independence, 1 by Caldtvell, Chance tine, Chcrimo, and Mclrose, to Nacogdo- From Bentcnville, by Spavian, to Mays- Francis.- Montieello and.Hamburg, V V ,f*
from ng burnt 'to Prairie, Nashville'and Port Sullivan, to Cam ches. yule. I From Helena by Longtown Miss., PeachCreek From Pittsburg by Clarkesville' Hprsp :i I
coiift House Austin .
eron. From Sabinclown, by Bear Creek, to Jas From Boonville to fort Smith.Frcm awl Monthulin to MeiJgeville.-<<: Head, Ozark, Pleasant>> Hill and Van Buren JJ'il1o
Trom caldwett'to cfcmerun oameron coonV '' Des Arc via Pigeon From Ilflena North Creek, Tulys\ille] .h. t
From Jasper, by BarkeviUe- Burr's ferry Brownsville to by to fort S miL. .. .-1 '
from La. per.From Sabinctown, by Hamilton, to Shelbyville. Roost. .. Rough and Ready, Oakland: Ccllon Plant Prom JPittsbnrg, by JRoseville, ,S.ub.Roa; 'f!::p ;

from Cameron to befton From Jas.per, by Zivolla, Monnt Jordan, From Brownsville' by, Richwood?, Clear: and, Gage's Point? to .Augusta .Point prairie, Charlestion, and Bloomer, to> .24 !

froc'art.amohm atrevtlle\YaxuuMtcltiev3a by llalTi bluff Wacb' Bendy's Landing, Billum's Creek, Mount From San Antonio, by Ca"troville, fort Lake an Bocage's !Mill, to Pine Bluff. From Hillsboro! by Union .Springs and fort. Smith.. : V V .. $i ,'
to crockclt Ing(', and Leana to Eagle Pass. From Camden, by Hampton, Warren and ''Union Cross Roads La. to Marion. I From Pocahontas by Spring rrevk, Jobe k-"of' ':

from eentrcvill by cntUfl Gin to Hope, Moscow, and Lfvingstbn, to Swart. From San Antonio to Copano, via Gol-! :Monticcilo\ : to Gaiue's Landing. I From Huntsvillebv Lewis; )\ /Thompson's, M()., and ,,-ebstcr", to Tu<>iiusville. .:: ;
from clarl"'ill/ to Jefferson 'CoM cant \\'o Q t. iard, and.Relugio. From Camden by Woodlawn, Larnarline": : -''on War Egle\Jeuniug',on White River, d From lrt.Gib, by Creek AgencyjNorth ; 't.5J

from carksviby MnpZe Springs, SulIhur', From Jefferson, }by Union Springs, Marshall From San Antonio, by Collard, to Lamar, Leak's store and Bear Creek to Louisville.From Rolen's RWire to WashliounJc's! Prairie. fork,. Perryville.V d( fort .\\.a"b.ta, to T 1 t
Concord, Powtllton, and Greenwood. Camden Buena Vista, Seminary. From Hcrricane by James Bruton's to Do.ver. '
by
t7uff and P/easant Hill to Tarrant La., to From San Antonio to Laredo. fort Arbackle, Western j tr1tnr'y.; V % iJ !
From carksriZby blossom Praiiie, Paris, h&nArejort.Front Liadesdae! Calhnnn, Millville, and From. Powbattan by Hazel} Grove toBatesville. ;1"4: t
Jefferson, to fulton, Ark., by Smith- from San Antonio, by Poast Oak, South- Taylor to Wild Ihrrl3'111 Iz- V ,
;
Honey Grove and Licke to qnnham I From.: Jacksonport t,' .. I
land and l'ninll\tonh'rer. erland :Springs: Yorkto wit, Coletto, Sulphur Haynesville.! Louisiana to Homer. t > V V V 1 ,
from c/arksviKe by Savannah, DeKa7b, Vro-m Jefferson: by Gaklea; Port Caddo, Springs, ,Pierpont Place, Victoria, and Port Froni Camden by Liberty, Can)', Mount ard county. Morriitovvn. From Pnwhattan by James Childress', toGainesville. t It' 1
to
From Jacksonport r;; '
boston Moore's and Rondo Ark. to fulton I : )
Cook Store! and JoneBvilli to I'riwtllton.Iiotri Lavaca, to Indiauola. :Moriah and C:1rk'sl\lil1s! to Washingtort.From Jaclisonport Powhataa to Poca- "-;. I .0' i"
from elark"ille by Mount Pleasant, Gil.\ I Camden to Arkudelphia. From by From Princeton, by fairview to Eachcmas-- ,
JolIWson, by fi ,yd's ferry, Jn Rvd From San Antonio to Froe ericksb rg.Flom hontas. :
mer, Hedderson. Rude, crockt-tt, cincinnau: River, to fultoii, AI\(. San .Antonio, by Valley, 16 tfeguta.: From Canuirn by Buena Vista, the Seminary Frow, Jp.cksonhr. Red Bduk f"to Pilot I II ill' so. V t ,..tl"t t
llnntsvil/e, Montgomery aud Houston to From Jefferson, hy Daingerfield. From San Antonio to Castrovillo. and Sand Hill to 'v nsh lJgt n. *" '" k .. V "
Galveston hickory I1ir.I l, to From San: Antonia, by) E-iglt Pass, Prcsinio From Camden to Beach creek in Clark From Jasper by Kingston to HiiptsvllleFrom From Reveille \f) (Jharlestown.;, }fiJ i! i

from: c/arksyU/o by Wood and Von Zantlo From: JEfferson, by CoflTcovlllo, to Gilmer. ,Del Norte, and El Paso, tn Dona Ana. courtly. .:Jasper by fore&t. Hobio, Borland and From Richwood's to Duvall's! b'nffl:, r "It_ 1fi ;: i iI
Peter Lebanon. ,.
Point
Ae'l to Rock to From.Rov'kpflst by Tulip; Frinceton, chap- t1
From Jefferson, by Suiilhhnd to Point From San Augtistiue; by P Windham, From Caraollton by Dubuque, I lii'I
from c7ark riZ7e by Mouth\ of Mi/e creek Monterey. Wdotiville.From Bridge Mo From Ivinsas.by Parkviile, Wiandotte and ''I pell!, freco, and ,Lucia to Camd ''fji;; t

.zd
from cfattavifte bv MontrrtPine b/uff Taos. Fron: San Augustine! by Shelbyvlllc, Marble, Hunts\illei; and Fitzworth to Fayelte- From Bav'nu Little Metfd Rock Settlement by ( and' Military S'am ttlVsikQr' From 1toc port, by Jte .Roche 'Poiirt Cedar .{j.

and. Kioraatla; to Doak,l//e Ark From Kaufman, by Trinity River, to Waxahatchle. White Cottage<< Hilliard's i Palaskl, Kinlock; v ill!0 road, ; Old, !Stantl and qontity Ltn! From Coffeeville to Hope well and Glrftle Springs, to MIll sh"lI.! From .Ccrrolllon! by Worth, to Rock \ to Searcy's: 4 Rpmo.to..Beach creek. t t t
Clin-
From Columbus by Goiizales to San Anlomo. From Lagrange, by Lyons, Oakland, Hallettsvilte From Satj Jadnto to Sniithfield. bridge, MO.From From Little Rock. by Springfield to .. From Russellvillq to'V' 1l1. 1 '
Wash- ton- ,.. :. I From S.tt Francis,: l by GreenPI inskMa-
to
Petersburg>> and Rocky !Mills, to From Saluria by Lamar, Coparto and Carrollton. by Pcrryville, Brownsville! .
From Coffeeville to Marshall. Victoria. Aransas, to Corpus Chrliti. bourn Prairie; Mo: From Little Rock b"ll\1 rJ" ottices to n anil t! MoundCity MeHphis, Tenon; f l lr

From Colombus by fu-Uburg, Industry and From Lagrange, by Cdlumbus:, Eagle From Shelliyville by Ashton's! and l Mc. Front Currollton ,to Springfield Missouri.Froni Aberdeen aiulrOthcr intermediate to r Froldi St. francis by Enreka, Mill Ridge, I '. t
Bhtlby to Round via NcmphU Tenn. Johnson, Mnuqt Pinson, Elizabeth. Jacsoipid t
Curiton Missouri -
Top Lak, Egypt, Wharton, PiL-stOn, aud Caney, :Millan's\ to Pulaski. Carrollton to :
Fiom Copano to Rcfugio to Matngorda. From Shui hyvihle to Henderson. Modth of liirtler's Creek and Prairie From Little Rock by Mouth of Cache ;
From Corpus Christi to LRrE>Jo. From Lnretlo to Englft Pass.! FrrJin; ShHh'villc by White Cottage,BdrnaVisti From Carrollt to Flat creek, Missouri. River to Oakland" Batesyiile.From. .. 11:; t
Qiztt-
Preston and
From Corpus Christi Missouri. From Little Rock! by .St. frsneis.by- Taylor's Creek ani I !
to Biowukville From C.-irrotlton to Rockbridge ; ;
From Leona, by Centievillf, to Spring. Htndw/on, Blinker Hill, Summer -
From Corpus CLristi: io Rio G rnnt.e'! city. Grove and Cloplon; to Tyler. From Charleston by runner big creek and man to Kimlerhook Oakland to CI rE'ndopoo V _, I F .i{
From Crockett field.From ,'roiu Litt1 .I IvOjCk by North Point, Maum- From St., francis, by Wittsbjir W I'
by Navano to h"t Greenwood Loaf. i ftut 3r:
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From Searcy, by Quitman to Clinton Iwter'r, Cros Road ./and Dixoli C.,H. Mud Creek, and Coffee Landing, to Savannah. Palestine. rrom Smithvi'le, by Mechanicsville, to i ville.
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From Siuttliville, by Pmvhatun, CliiMrew! !!, From; Columhia to Waynesboro.From Fiom Mount Pleasant, Hampshire re, Is- Woodbury. rrom Columbia! by MootpaCefj- 182De1toW1a
and Mansceker's. settlement, GreensWo, and, Columbia! to Lebanon: yj 'lIart'& From Jackson, by.Andrew's Chapel, Denmark om's Store, a- d Duck! River;'to wntreville. From Smithville, crossing Caney fork, at and Horseshoe C dom to Mon4jcA1j .
: _. Bolivar toSt. finncis.From : Cross Roads, and Mntfrcesboro. Black Oak Grove, Fayctto Corner. prom Mount Vernon, by Kee's Store, J al- mouth of Holmes' creek to Pekfn. prom Columbia br Miflemille Cretht.o.
: SmithvilK) by Canton to Pilot I1il!. From Columbia to Jackson, via PerryvilU Chanrpionville, Pierce, and Somerville, to 1 1Moscow. lappa, and Kimbrough's, to Springtown. From Somerville, by Laurel, Belmont. Sharon rough and Seventy Six to Albaaj;
L From :Smilhville, by Evening Shade' and and Lexington.From From Murfreesboro, to Jasper, Mt rion C. and Gum Hill!, tu Covington. From Crab Orebard by LtocAitar if, D_
: t1 Wild Haws to Mount Olive. Columbia to Fayettevil'e, via Bigby-: From Jackson, by Mount PinIon, Mifflln! ; I H., via Hnderson's, Thlever's Store, seech From Somerville, by Danceyville, to antsville. '
l From Stony Point in White county, to yule' Pleasant Grove, Mooresville, and Cor. and Nero, to Lexington. (Grove, Stone Fort, Hilisboro, Pleasant Plains 1 Brownsville.From From Cnmberland ford tj LA foelaiM.
Quitman. In Van' Buren nersville. From Jasper to Nickajack. and caldwell'.H Bridge. SomervilLe, by Whiteville and Clover etcher and Harlafl Cocttt Eonao to, l '
4? From Terre .1'J.'UU' to Staw U't'. store, In I From Columbia, by Pleasant Grove From Jasper, by Dadsviile l 'Cheeksville, From Murfieesboro', to Franklin, via An ]port, to Medon. ville Va. i < ..
ir Lt: Clarke c ?\lnty. Mooresville, and Berlin, to LewUburg. Looney's Creek, Coop's Cijfek, and Mount thooy's Store and Hardeman's cross Roads. From Sparta, by Falling Water, White .From CumberlandloTd b'pto.
m- From Van Buren, by Joseph Brant's, From Columbia, by Hope Mill, to \\'il. Airy, to rillmore. i-roiu Murfieesboro Wilkinson's. crossRoads Plains, Oak hill, Netherland, Livingston, to Boston in Whitley county; 't'
#. Crawford county, an Lee C. Blackamore': Ha Disport. From Jonesboro' to Ash C. II., N. C., via via Salem cross Road Monroe, Olymphua and Halo's Mills, to Al- From Danville by Jfilledgerflle. ir--..
. :t to Fayetteville.! From Columbia: by Poplar Ridge, Lynn Elizabethtown.: : From Murfreesboro to Gallatin, via( Le bany, Ky. yule, Middleburg-Libertf and'KeatiT1lJe
-L'ii': From Van Buren. by Brlmont, the Nar. yule, Pulaski, Midbridge. Elkton, White Hill) From Jonesboro'' to Boat Yard, via Em- banon. nom Sparta, by Newark, Doable Springs, Culumbla. W
MW, and fancy, to Fayetteville and Madisou' Cross Roads, Ala., to Hunts bree's Iron \V orks. From Nashville, by McWhirtersville, oreen Byrne, Pekin, Convenient, Carthage, Dixon's rrom Danville by'MitcheOsoorg and g ;
t. From Van Buren, by Natural! Dam, Evans ville. From Jonesboro' to Ashville, N. C., via Hill, Silver Springs, and cole's Ferry, to Le Springs. Hartsville. Enori College, anJ Cas- villa to Lebanon. *J*
A ,.me, Hermaneburg, and Boonsboro, to Fay. From Crcssville! by Long View, and Coo- the Walnut Mountains. banon. talian Spring, to Gallatin. rrom Dahville by Stanford, Walnut ,
: vtloville. persville, to lame town. From Jonesboro', to Newport, via DroJlc' From Nashville, by Good Spring, frank- I From Iarta, by Spencer, Pikeville, Rob- Crab Orchard and ML.Vernoa te DQo4oD "
From Warren, by Moro\ Ch.imbersvilleStover : ", From Crossvillo, by Orme's Store', and and Camp Creek Iron Works. lin, White House Spring Hill, Columbia, ertson's crow Roads, Old Madison, Fillmore, From Elizabethtown by Stevm. ; :
S and Red Bird to Princeton. Nine Mile, to Pikoville. From Jonesboro' to Charlotte N. C. Ashwoo:i, Mount Pleasant, Henryville, and Walden's Ridge, Soody and Merry Oak!!, son's Springs LI Md.| CR: IIZ:
?; From Washington, by Lewis Nana's, and From Crossville, by Grassy Cove, ant: From Jonesboro', Wautauga: Bend, Rocky Palo Alto] to \V Jneaboro.From to Chattanooga. t.rRutown, Berry Lick and ;1i-'tavi11.
I Ljumrline to M gnolill. Cross Keys, to Ten Mile Stand. Mount, Greenfu-ld, White Top, and Paper- Nashville, by Good Spring, Franklin, From Sparta by Cave, Rock Island, Mc Russenvill- 'to
ji.t From Washington, by Albany to Lamar- From Dandridge, to Beau's Station, via yule, to Abingdon, Va. White House, Spring Hill, Columbia, Ash- Minnville, Rough and Ready, Hickory creek, From Elizabethtown by Cofer, Hodgeu,
v tine. Iron Works of Mossy Creek, and Sti11 J' From Jouesboro, by G'JXS Store, to Long- wood, Mount Pleasant, Cass, Lawenceburg, Hilisboro, and Elk river, to Deckerd." ville, Oak Hill, :Allemlale, Sumnjm
: From Washington, by Columbus, Saline, Mill.From mire. Green Hill, Ala., LaadcrJale: factory, anti From Sparta, by White's Salines, Cum Greenburg and Haskensville to Colombia '
Brownston, Piraclifta, Rocky Comfort, Mill Dandridge to Marysville: via: Sevierville. i From Jonesboro, by Buffalo Ridge, to florence, to Tuscumbia. berland Institute, and Dry Valley Walnut From Elizabethtown by,Big Spring to Ha-
.: 4L creek, Tex., and Almond, to Clarksvi'Ie. Gott's Cross Roads, anl Locust Mount, to j From Nashville, by Chestnut Grove, Charlotte Grove. dinsbnrg. '
From Washington by Justus Mif, Centre From Dandridg ta :Morristown.\ J esboro. W'ihliarnsvilleTaverly! Camden. and From Sparta by Green Tree, Solon, and From Elkton by Trenton, Roscoe and Pea
Point, Shetucket, and Gap Springs to Pan From Decaturville bv Hermitage, and | From Kingston, by BarnardsvillrTen: :Sandy; Ridge, to lIuntill don. Bee creek to Nine mile Ridge Tenn. to Clarksville.
then Swallow Bluff to Lee's Bluff. Mile Stand::: :Sevvee: Dccatur, Goodfield, Pine FI om Nashville, by Ridge Post, Coopors- From Springfield to Eddy ville, Ky., via From Eddy ville by Birmingham to Beotoft
S. ,-z, From Washington, by Mine Creek, and From Decaturville to Perryville. Land, Kincannon's Ferry, Limestone, Long town, Turu ilk, Port Royal, Clarksville.New : '! Port Royal, ClarksviUc, Palmyra, and Steward From falmouth to FOstei'a.
Wilton, to :Murfreesboro.From \ From Denmark: by Cjpan, BrownsvilleDurharnville : Savannah, and Snow I Hill, to I I arc .-on. PrO"idNIClHill ohl, Oak Grove, l Ky., ('. II.Frlll1l From falmouth by Grassy Creek, trs1i?
Washington to Fulton. n'ld Covington, to Randolph.From From Kindlon: by Wrighfville: Philadeljjhia : and Long View, to llopkinsvillc. Springfield to Havdonsville, 1'ia \\.-., and Piner's Cress Roads to C'rittenden.pm
From Washington, by Spring Hill!, amLevvisville Double Springs, by Equality, .Im1 Rockvilie, Hiwassee College, Madison- From Nashville, hy Manskcr'a, Tyree : \ Clark's Mills and Cros: Mills. From falmouth by HaviJandsviiJe Clay
: to Walnut 11111.qsi. Netherland, to Crol; \'ilJc. :kil] .", and :Mount[ Vernon, to Tellico Mains. Springs' )ILIIIOV's, Mitchellsville, Franklin, From Sycamore by Elibha Clark's and yule, Kentontown, Mount Olivet, Sardla ac4
; .." From Whittin too to Dallas, via Mount From Dover to Cadiz, Ky., via Tobacco From Kingston: by Gray's Hilhind! W uoJ's; K\, ., und U'oodIJUurn, to Bowling Green. Brewer's to Sueedsvillp. Murpheysville Washington.. '
.. .ft, Ida: and Cn Jdo Core. :Hill, to Campbell's Station.: From Nashville, !by La Vergne, Smyrna, From Tazewell, by Isaac Buchanan's: and I From florence by Burlington and Middle
From Wilmington by Hilisboro, Spearville, port.From Dover to Strombold furnace. 1 From Kingston\: by Emory Iron Works, Cherry llat, :Murfreesboro, Jordan's Valley, ; Caven Robinson's: to Jonesville, Tenn. creek Mills to Bulletsville.rrom .
ii and' Scottsville, La., to Homer. t From Dover to .'-'ew Concord, Ky. i .lorgan Court House, and Boiling Spring, to foatcrville, War Trace Depot, Tullahoma, From Tay/orsv/ to Mast's, via T ,'lo forest Ketreat by Carlisle, Weston
.t'. .( .. From Wilmington, by Carytville, to Marion. From Dresden, by Dcdharn, Mount Prospect Jamestown. Alisonia, Stevensou, and Jonesville, to Challanorga. rule, N. C., to Roane's creek, Tenn., Dough and Moorefield to Carter's Store. .
.. and Andalusia, to Yorkville. From Kingston: Wdchcr's Mills! : to I erty's, Baker's Gap, and Shady. From frankfort by forks of Elkton WhiteSulphnr
From WildhamY by Union to Bennett'* j t From Dresden, by Palmer's Store, am' toberl svjJI". From Nashville! by Annorrdale, Mayfield, From Taylorsville, by Baker's Gap, Cas- Great Crossings,Georgetown,Newton -
.t:; bayoa, in FUlton count .. Elm Tiee, to Boydsvilie.From From Kingston, by Tabor and Eric, to and WiUon'a Cross Roads, to Arrin ton. i ter's Iron Works, and: Sweet water, N. C., and Centerville to Paris.
tr: .*. From \ t'lh'iIleIal'!\ o:! county eastwaadlv Dresden, by Middleburg:\ and Mount:\ Athens. From Nashville, by Stewart's ferry, Rural I to Sugar Grove. From frankfort by Dorsey's to Versailles.' .
by William! : JOIlf! >IS'S, at nelln lt'l5 river, rulton Pelia, to Troy. i rom Knoxville, by Meclenl.urg, Illicit Gap, Hill, Huddleston's Crooss Roads, Cainsville, Fiom Taylorsville, by Laurel Fork and From frankfort by Elk fork Montgomery,
.. c6 'nty. c'ossing Big Notth of White river, From Dyersburg, by Miller's:\ Chappel ruckahoeGrcmivuIo; Dandridge i Oak Grove, and Slales ville, to Liberty. Sharp's Cross Roads, to"Abingdon, Vo. Owenton, New Liberty, Poplar Grove and
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;: .t to Alvin Gordon's forry. Chestnut Ularf. Lanefield, Clierryville. Cage- \iVildonvillc:: Newport, Parrot tas ilk, und Co From Nashville: }IJ- Pleasant Retreat, From Taylorsville, by Shady, HoUton Valley Glencoe Warsaw..
Froal.lhi1lt':: by Worth to rorsvth Mo ville, Mnson's Grove, and Poplar Coiner, ti lar Creek to Limestone) Springs.Fruin : I IlendersonvilK', Saimdersville, Gallatin, and Par, erville, to Sapling Grove, Va. From Gray son Court House by Mount
*,.L i. ::. '.- From Yellville, by Tomahaw, Lebanon, Jack sci. Knoxvi'.le: 1 by. Ga.", I'ree'c, Tmide's:. Greenwood, Hann-i'-: Rock lIouK-V., From Tellico Plains, by Coker Creek, Savage, Bolt's fork and falls of Elaine to
r v- and Wiley Cove to Clinton. From Doeraburg, by Mil'er's! ClnnreJ. Cross Roads: Boyd';, Creek: Ilmry's Cross :colts\'iIe; : Cedar Spring, dud Pn.evileto. Beaver Mills, Murphy: :N. C., Peach Tree. Louisa Caurt house. S
. : -4; From Yellville\ to Doveri\ Borland. Uegg's Cotton Gin, Qurncy, and Dr. Hick's, lload-, Cannon's: Store, Sexier Couit Iloute: C lasrow.F'ini! i Hiwassee, Shady Grove, Ga., and Nacooche From Grayson Chnrt house by Buffajfj
Sf- t fl From Yellville to Bennett's (River, via .Mason's Grove. and( fair Garden, WiUonvillc.. I : Nashville, by Tank, South Hap<,th, II 1 to Clarksville.! furnace and Raccoon furnace to Greenup "
r% 'r: .i Jone's and Gordon's ferry, on big Noith furL I From Dyerbburg, by Wilkinsville! to Trcn- From Knoxville to Dtu'illKy.] ., by the Barren, Bon Aqua, and Vernon, to Cenlreville. From Tobacco Port by Hope and Spotts-' ri. !
. L'.t- of White, River. ton. most eirect and practicable: route. I wood Wilkinson'! to Pine Bluff Ky. From Grayson C. H. by OMtowa and! .
S. TENNESSEE. From Dyersburg to Booth's Point, in Dy From Knoxville, by Marysville, four Mile! Fiom Nashville! by Nolensville! Triune, From Thrne forks, bv Commerce, Clinton Greenup C 11 to Haverhill Ohis. .
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S. ..- From Athens Morgan C. II., >ia King er County. Branch, and Ma-tisonville! \ ta Athen Jordan's Store, Eagleville, Versailles, Rover, College and Gordonsville, to Carthage.From From Grayson C H by Bruin, Little Sandy
'IF atone From Elizabethtown to 1\IOIg\ntow:1.: From Knoxville, by Lynn's:: Store t Callo- Unior.uilo, and .McGowansville, to 511dbvile. ,)-- Trenton, by) Yoikville, Chester, Mason and West Liberty to Hazel Green.
F. : From Athens Washington. N.C.From way's, ami Gull; .iher's, to Kingston. I haJJ Troy) and Fremont to Hickman, Ky. From Garnettsville Big Spring.
,; ; ; From Athens to llamilten C. H., via Cow. Elizabethtown Abingdon, Va., ; From Knoxville, by Lows::! ferry, lTnitia.LCInyda From Nashville, by Springfield/and Adairs. From Trenton, by 1atonriundship: ches- nom Ghent to Vevay Ind.
an's Ferry. via Stony Creek, and Shady. Creek, and Morgantown, to Madsou. yule, Ky. to Russelville.rrtni I nut iduff J..easviIlt'ood\ille, Ripley C. H. From Glasgow by Three fork', Mammoth
tk From Athens to Mount Vernon, viaHayne's From Elizabethtown: Longmires, to Stock. ville. New Canton to James' Cross Roads. and Cane Bottom to Fulton. Cave, Brownsville, Grayson's Springs,Litchi
Stare. ville, '\. C. I From Knoxville by Church Grove, Wood From New Port to Bean's Station, via From Trenton, by Antioch, Locust Grove, field ann Hudsonville to Hardinsbu '
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From Athens, by Cantrell's Cross Roads From Elizabethtown,by Greenfield, Blountsville bourne, Bull Run, Haynes, and Head of :Mouth\ of Nolaclmcky, Mcl'arland's:\ and and Winston, to Dresden. From Glasgow by Merry Oaks, Engleside
: and! Coghill, to Columbus. and Arcadia, to Kin sport. Barrerr, to Tazewell. Morestovvn. From Trenton, via Bluff Springs, Hope and Smith's Grove to Bowling Green.
: r From: Bngdae to Caitharje.! From Elizabethtown, by Peopleville, and From Knoxville, by Marysvi'le and :Mont-\ From Newport i to Rutledge, via mouth of Hill, Lavinia, South Carroll, Spam's, and! From Glasgow by Roseville, frcderlck:and
1 From Baker's Gap, by Butler, to Dugger's Swingleville, to Longmire. vale Springs, to Anderson Cot rt IIous, S. C. Chncky: Mo-y:\ Creek, and Austin's Ferry. Lessenlerry's, to Lexington.From Enon to Lafajette Tenn. .
ferry. From Elizabs-'thtown to Shady. From/ Knoxville: by Campbells :Station: From New Port to Greenville, via Parrots- Trenton, by Shiloh and South Gib- From Glasgow by Rockland Mills, Grady.
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.'. .. Horn Ball Play to G'. n's, on Cane From fayetteville, to Hara-ith, via New and Lcnoi'8' to London. ville: and \-\\!od's Feiry.Fiom I son, to Jackson. yule, East fork and Sugar Plant to Colum
-; '4. a Creek. Hope, rarmington, Fishingford, Civil Ordir, From Knoxville, by Wilson's Clinton New Port to Sevierville, vi Mc- From Troy, by Red Foot and Silver Top, bia.
,.-' ,' From Battle Creek to Lebanon, Ala.: via and Gideonsville.From Ros-, Jacls'oropeeJwell\ : Pleasant, und Nabb's Corley's! Creek, Shoull'B, and Jones' to Compromise"Ky. From Glasgow by Rocky Hill, Peter's .
4 Rice's ferry.From Fayetleville! to Upper Elkton, via Old Town, Cumberland Gap, Ky. Cove. I From Trundle's Cross Roads, by ElI(>jay. Creek, Dry fork. Sulphur Lick and Tempi )
&.. .., Bean's Station to Mouth of Chucky, Dyer's Store, Cold Water and Hightovver'Stoie. From Knorville: ", by Acadernia, Bl.iins From Orme' Store to Washington.From to :Marysville. kinsville to Centre'Point. .
U via !\torristwn.i : Cross Roads, Spring House, Rutledre! Beans Paris! 'o Hickman, .Mills! Point, Ky. I. From Washington, by Smith's cross roads, From Glasgow by Randolph, Edmonton,
From Bean's Station, by Noo's ferry, to From Fayetfovillle! to WinoVster. 'latiwii, Rocky Spring, Red Bridge, Marble From Pans to Humphrey C. II. via Point 'and Sail creek to Sod 'ly. Marrow Bone and Burkesville to Albafly.
.t Morristown. From Fayetteville, by Viney Grove Gyrus Hull, Roger sv"ille, Yillow Mjre, Lyon's Mason. From Washington to Oime's, store. From Georgetown by Oxford, &bu
; From Benton, by Ocon, Canassanga, Co. ton, Milvilie\ Bunker Hill, Bradshaw, and :Store, New Canton, King port, und Eden's From Paris to Perryville, via Benton C. From Waynesboro, by Houston, Pleasant and'Broadwel to Cnth. .
$ ,. linttt Springs, Go. Rural Vale, and Fillmore Lamartine, to Pulaski. llidge, to Blountsville.Fiom II. and M ,rgan's Creek. Valley and Lowryville, to Eagle Mills. .OffieCjtit
.Tt -. to Dnlton. From Fayetteville, by Camargo, Molino, Knoxville! by Strawberry Plains, From Pari-i, to S'*utli Gibson via Caledonia From Waynesboro, by Factor's Fork, west ty's Mills, Le 's Mills, Ba t'a Store andSlampertown
: From Blountsville, by Gott's Cross Roads, and Robertson's Siore' to Pleasant Plains. New Market, Mossy: Cieelt, 1'anthcr Springs! tk'uiirig's, Chi ::.tmas\'We, and Shady Poiut, n'a)land Springs, ilorenee] Ala., to Owenton.
E'I .. Campbell's Rest, James: Cross Roads, Clear From Fayetteville! by Boon's Hill, and Morristown: Russclville, Bay Mount, Gu.ta- Grove. Westmoreland, Cypress Inn, and Victory, to From Grayson ta Paintsvle
: Creek, and Laurel Gnp, to Bay :Mount. Gas Factory, to Cornersville. vus, Greenville, Hendersons :Mills, RhuatounLeesburg From Paris to Charlotte via Point :Mason\ Waynesboro. From Greenville to Morgafl-.
.# '% Fiom Bolivar, by Whiteville! Fayette Cor. From rayetteville, I by Kiliderhook, Georgc'sStore Jonesboro} Boons Creek, and Hilton From Paris, by Sherwro-i, B-rren J'il'! From Waynesboro', by SorlSmith's, town.
tier, and Danceyville"to Wesley. ane Oregon, to Salem. to Blountsville. Boydsvilie, Dukedom, reliciana, Ky. Wesley Fork, Eagleside, Savannah, Adamsville, Pur- From Greenville by South ,Carroflton,.,
r .;3 ., From Bolivar, by Middleburg\ New Castle, From Fayetteville, by Cordova, to Branc From Li Fayette, by Red Boiling Springs,, and Clinton, to Columbus. djr, Rose Creek, Crainsville, Bolivar Van Hortford, Brigg's Mills and Pknter'a Hail to
Somerville. Mo-cow\ Oakland, Hickory \'me.From Clernentsville, and Lodi, to Cell nL. Fiom Petersburg, by Catalpa Grove, liuren, and William's store, to La Grange. Ha diiubu'g .
... -.u. Willie, Sandy Springs, Ammonia! Colliers. Fayetteville te Tullamaha. From La rayctte, by Mudurville, to Hartsville. Spring Place, New Hope, Belfast, Lewis- From Waynesboro, by Clifton Hermitage, ji om Greenville by Pond River Mills, Ell-
ir vile, Morning Sun, Greenbottom, Germantown From Franklin, by Hurt's Cross Road, to a burg, rarinington, Caney Spring, Chapel Decaturville, Lexington, Juno, and Cotton wood. Madisonville. Nebo, Potfenee Ash
-f.k. .; and Raleigh, Memphis.: Rally Hill.From !. From La Layette, by Brook's Tan Yard Hill, aud Rigg's Cross Koads, to JordonV Groue, to Jackson. land: Bordley and Morga.
.' I From Bolivar, by Audubon, and Nubbin, Franklin, by West Harpeth, Hill' Withers Cross Roads, and North! Spring, to Store. From Waynesboro, by Whitaker's BInff! field.From
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.. Ridge, to Metamora.r. \ Vallny, Leipei's Fork, Boston, Lick Creek, Witleyville. From Pikovillo to McMair's, on Cona au. to Linden. Greensburgby Lanrtl Grove, Catal.
'4 From Brownsville to Fulton. Tally's Bend, Ctntreville, Beaver Dam From La rayctte, by Goose Creek, and ga, via BIy the's Ferry. l'rurnVaynesboro, by Carrollville, to Pa- pa Grove and Glenn Brook t MumfordiCTc
.t : From Brownsville, to Covington, via Wes Springs, Pk-asantville, Linden, Bcardstowi, Alton Hill, to Rock! House. From Pikcvillo to Oat's Landing, via trick.From From Harlan C. H, by Poor fork t Brash-
'. :. ley. and ,V ood's, to Perryville. From La Grange, by Moscow, Colliers- Loyd's, Thomas Cross Roads, Hanson's, Waverley, by Buffalo, and McCage- erville. '
:d1'. From Brownsvilc! by Carolina, and Wood.'r' From Franklin, by Pinkey, and Bethesda, vile! GcHnantovvn, and High., Memphis.:\ Kirkland', Milliard's, and Shelton's. yule! to Linden. From Hard by Rough and Ready,
ville, to Dry Hill. to I1ur/'s Cross Roads. From La Grange, by Wuf River, and From Pikevillo to Jasper via the east side From Winchester by Hawkersville, and Dawrenceburg, Salvisa, McAfee and. Har-
''L '. From Calhoun, by Pearce, and Goodfield, From Gnin(>slloro', by New Columbus, Mount:\ Comfort, to Jsomeru'le.: of Sujuatchee river. Cumberlaud, to Pelham. rodsburg to Danville.
to Dccatur. Buck Point, Meigsville, Butler's Landings, From Lawenceburg c to Wayn"sboro. From Pikovillo by Smith's Cross Roads, From Woodbonrne, by Academia, to From Hardlnsville by Sonthville and Harrlsonville .
.' From Camden, by Chasevill*, Etna, Eagle and Hamilton's Landing, to Celina. From Lebanon, by Shop Spring, Cherry Washington, Kelley's ferry, and Decatur, to Strawberry Plains. to Mount Eden. -
;, Creek, Morgan's\ Creek, and Cubb Creek, From Gainesboro, by New Columbus, Valley: Three rorks, Alexandria: Liberty, Alhen From Woodbourne by Cedar ford, Powder From Hainsbur by BteTe'spr to Rome,
Fpt)4. I a ... n,__.._:II.. Riu-U P.;nt. HfetjtiviHfa.; ; Rnf',>r'. Luiitliuge, SmiUrtilb', tiligo: Cassville. Spirt: BonsirSpring" From Post Oak Springs, by Eagle furnace, :Spring; Gap, Red Hill and Clear Spring to Ind4
; J From Carnden, by Paris, Mt.\ Holyoke, and-HainiltonVLanding, to Celina. Claysville. Crowille, I'olIevilU Post, and Sulphur Springs, to Washington.From Thorn Hill. From Hartford by Bockhorn and Bufoufi
$ .. Como, Irvine's Store, Dresden, Old Hickory, Fioru Gaineshoro, by Whitley ville, Clem. Oak] Springp, K'rigs or, and Hough's Ferry, Pulaski, by Fayetteville and Tulla- From Woodbonrne by Racoon Valley, to Owensboro'.
44.-:-' Totten's Wei, and Bulah, to Hickman, Ky. entsville, Tornpkinsville, Ky., Mvd Lick, and to Loudon. hotna ::0 Mc.Minville.Frjin Loy's Cross Roads and Grantsboro'to Jacks From Hrrrodsbfirg by Perryville, Texas<
-.I._.. From Carthage, by Montrose\ : Granville, Skegg's Creek, to (jln b'"'ow From Lebanon, by )(our.t C irmlVartls: Pulaski, by Shoal Spring, Sugar boro'. Springfield and frederkkstown to Bards-
,''ryt.r_.,. Bagdad, Fly mi's Lick, to GuinesWo. From Gainesboro, by New Columbus, Cross Roads, Caisvillo, )Milton and Las Ca- Creek, and Lexington, Ala. to Ingram's crossRoad From Woodbourne by VandegrifTs and town. '
.* .I'-.( From Carthage, by Peyton's Creek, Pleasant Hilham Lhin son: Nettle Carrier, an& west sas. to Murfitesboro. i. :Moore's\ Rest to Clinton. From Harrodsbnrg by Cornishville,Mack.,
,. ;t.;) Shade, Wither's Cross Roads, and Red Fork, to Jamestown. From Lebar.on, by Spring and Rome, to Frm Pulaski, by Vale Mills! Bodenham, From Wood's by Brodie's Landing, farm- yUle, WiHisburg, BeechJand and Springfieldto
.1h Boiling Spring,?, to Clcmientsville. From Gainsboro; by Rocky Mount, Hi<;h- Carthage. and L.iwrenccbnrg: \ to West: Point. yule Poplar Springs and Pleasant Exchange Lebanon.
*. 1 'fr. From Campbell's\ to Picnpkintown! [Mount land, Bagdad, and PleasantShade, to D"JX- From Lebanon) : by Carthage, Livingston, Fro n Purdy by. Morse Creek,Jon(>'s mill's to Red Mound.KENTUCKY. From Hawesville to Cannelltonf.
? ;; Pleasant,] via Blair's ferry. on's Springs. '!ourol'liJ.1II, ,)", Ky., Monlicello, and Som- Metam! ra, Jonesboro, Miss.:\ and Ruckcrs-[ From Hazle Green by Estell's Steam for
.. -* From, Campbell's\ Station to Louisville.! From Gallatin! to Srringfield, via Cross esat, to Sornersot, lo Stanford. yule, to Ripley. From Alexandria by Carthage, flag Spring, nsce to Irvine.
s-"; From Centreville to Perryville.From Plains. Fiom L('.;ill-Ion to Carrolvillo. From Purdy by Stantonville, Hamburg, Motier and Locust Mills to Augusta.From From Hazle Green by Frozen Crek, Jackson .
Ccntreville, via Beardotown! Macedonia From Gallatin, to Scoitsville, Ky., v.'a From Lexington, by Cub Creek. Springs, Red Sulp'iur: Springs! E\ tportIiss.., Waterloo Albany by Ellicott's Cross Roads and Lost Creek to Perry C. l.
: and McCoy's, to Bull's Landing.Fi'om Bleesoe's Creek. to Perrnill('. Ala., Gi a/elly Spring, Oakland, and and Pall Mall Tenn. to Jamestown. From Hickman by Moscow Ralphton
p; ;' Centreville, by Vernon, Charlotte, From Gollatin to Elkton, Ky., via Cross Prom Lexington: I by Leseinb'rrvs! Spain Fluren e to TusTurnbm. From Augusta to Broookville. to Felcan3 '
t4ft' Barton's: Creek, McAllister's\ Cross Roads, Plains, Keysburg, and Allensvilfe.! South Carroll, Levinia, Hope Hill, and Bluff Fro n Raleigh by Sulphur Well!, Loosa- From Aurora by Hico, Shiloh, Murray, e fcy WoWnge'a Store, -
Richardson's, aud Pleasant: Mound, to Clarks- From Gallatin to :\\Iul fnesLol'o', via Le- Springs; to '1'renton. hatchb. Coucordis, Sharon: and Wesley, to Locust Grove, Conyersville, Tenn., Paris, William's Underwood,Madisonville, Molbery
a Vill.'. hunon. I .Fiom London, by Uuilia, and Louisville, Brow isv ille. Albany :Maccdodia:\ to Huntingdon. Grove, Carlo and Cairo to Henderson,
Frf m Charlotte, by BelUburgh, Ryan's: From Greenville, by Camp Creek, Horse Marysviile.: Fr-jiu Raleigh by Rosstown, Portersville! From Barboursville by :Meadow Creek to From Hopkfnsville by Atkinson, Little
t? i* Store, ami Josephine, to Sprinfield. Creek, and Brovlesville, to Rhcatown. F.om London, by Philadelphia, Sweet Bloo.nington: Covington, Walnut! Post, Rip. Whitley Court House. Prairie and Eerlcs to Rum y.
p From Chailesion: by Stony Point, to Ben.S From Greenville! (, by Timber Ridge, Little Water, Facility, Athens;, Riceville, Charleston : ley,, Dry Hill, Cottage Hill, and Double From Blandvillo to Cairo, Ill. From Hopknisville by Bainbridge, Pollard's
; ton. Chucky, 'rarren burg, Chucky Bend, Snoddyville Cleveland, Rod! Clay, Ga., and Hill!, to Bridges, to Dyerbburg.: From Blandville by Bell Ombre and Ha- Tau Yard, Princeton, Eddyvflle, Rosa Crr
4 vj From Chattanooga, to Charleston, via Harrison and Leadvale, to Drnnddd e. Da'ton. From Raleigh by big creek, to Randolph. zlewood to Caledonia, Ill. and Southland to Padueah. ,1.
_ji and Georgetown. From Ureonville! by Limestone! Spring;, From Linchburg, by Gills Store, lacks, From Ready Ic to Brady ville. From Booneville to Hazle Green., From Hopkinsvilleby Church lliTh& nos,
... From Chattanooga: to Glasgow, Ky., via Paint' Rock, Wannsprings, N. C., La] land, and Petersburg} to Cornersvile.Fiom From Rogersville, by Anderson's crossroads From Bowling Green by South Union, Allison !- Garretsburg, Newstead, Lindsay's' i
I'I%,- E--; Sparta, Gainesboro: and! Totnpkinsville. and French Broad, to Asliville. Lychburg, by Tuckers, Arnolds War Gap, Kilo's ford, and Whites- Uusselh'Hlc,Days\'iIlc, Elkton,t fairviuw, Roaring Spring, La Fayette and Ltep
i..r 4 ,- 4 4' From Cheap Valley, by New London, to From Hardisvillo! to Tij.loii C. II., via Me- Store, Shelton's Crerk, and Hamiltons, to burg, Va., to Jonesville. Hopkins vilIeBclleview,Cadiz, Canton, ('old- Tenn. to Pine Bluff Ky.
Conyeisville. Nairy C. II., and! Hardc-mun: C. H. (\Market:: Ala. From Rogersville, Ii)" Mill Bend, Van hill en Pond, Aurora, Wadesboro', l\laJfid fan.. From Hopkiusvillo by Pembroke, Trenton .
f-- From Clarksville, (to Hokrnsville, Ky. From Haidiiihville: : / lo Florence, Ala. I' Pram Lynchburg, by Jacob Awal's, to Laurel Gap, Newnunsville! and Graysburg cy farm and Milburn Columbus. Hadensville, Saddl r vie, Tenn., Key
; From ClarkbviKe: to Cadiz, Ky. Fiom Harr:! )n to Cottonport, via Blue Winchester :Springs. to Rho .town. From Bowling Green by \\'arrcnton,Swan burg Ky. and Barren : : I
j From; Clarksville! I by Frcdouia, Thomasille Spring. I Prom :Madison\ ville to Sweet '" at'r. From Rogercville, by Leo Valley, Sneeds Creek, Wood Berry,Morgantown: and Cromwell From Irvine by Proctor,South BIIDgteld
j > ', Josephine, aud Sycamore Mills: to From Harrison to Pikeville, via! Hinson's. F .,iii Manchester, by Beech Grove, Wale '\"iUllulLerry: Gap, and Yellow Springs, to to Hartford. via and Sexton's Mills, to Manchester. .
c ,)*itI, Ridge Post. From Harrison: to Chatlanoogn.From I l kcjs Mills:\ and Fuirlbld, tu War Trace Tazewell.Fioui From Brandenburg by Constantine, flint :Jamestown to Rowena
't., q) 'I From CUrksville, by Little! Grove, Indisn Harrisr! by \\'..!Jen's Ride, Hin-' Depot.Fiom. Rogcrsville! by St. Clair to Russel. Island, Cedar Crove, Union Star and Ste. From Jericho by Slfgo .t Bedfor j .,
Mound, Cnmberland Iron Works, Dover son's, and SlephertVg Chnppel], to Fillmore. Manchester, by Spring Creek, and ville. phensport to Cloverport. From Kingston by .
q Standing: Rock, Month of Sandy, and Ell From Harrison: by Hinfcon'e, to Pikeville. lcLJIIViUc! Winchester.. From Rutledge by Tampico, Mill\ spring, From Brandenburg by Meadvflle\ and Had From Dancaster by Paint Lick an d T K a.
: Grove, to Paris. From Hermitage, by Swallow)( Bluff, on From Marshall's Ferry to Hay's rcrrv. and New Market to Dandridge. sonvillu to Litchfiekl. vile to Richmond.
,From Clarksville: by DJlit .Y's, Palmyra, : the Tennessee river; to Savannah. From Marysville\! I by Clover Hill, Cloyd'sCreek From Scvier Court [House, by Walden'screek From Brodfordsvilleby Maimsville and Cascy's From Lexington oy 'Keene,'Pekin a
-.. 1 f Yellow Cjeek, Furnace, Siilor's Rest, Dan- I From Huntin don, by McLemoresville, Unitia, Morgantown, Rockvilie, aud Wear's cove, Tuckalcecho cove, arid! Creek Meatsvillc.: Pleasant Hill to Uarrodsbarg.From ,
: ieltvilk, and White Oak, Waverly.. i Shady Grove, Waterford, Trenton, Gibson's Midway\ to Athens. Cade's cove to Chilhovvee. From Carrollton by Sandifer's] } Store to Lexington by Nfcholasville, II-
From Cleveland, by Chataty, Benton, Pel- : Wells, Quincy. C'agoville, Chcrryville and From Marysville, by Chilhowee: Cilico, From Sevier Court House, by Pigeon Campbcllsburg.From mine, Bryantsvllle, Danville, Perryrille, t-
ton, Sp'5ngtownTowell! Fails, Coker Creek, Rusk, to Brownsville. Ball Play, Bclltsvvn, Tellico Pluills:'Julnpn, forge, Ocouu Lufty, Qualhitown, Big Spring Carrollton by Winona to Bedford. banon New Market, Camp 1- !e, GrDk.bur .
_- ', d Turtle Town, N. C., Laurel Valley, Persim- FtomHuntingdon, by Roan's Creek, Red and Columbus, to Benton. Scott's creek, East Laporte, and Cat Vallay, From Carrollton by Worthvillo and Port Monroe Centre, Tree' Sprin
; :; won Creek, and Nottla: to Murphy. Mound, Lexington, :Middle Fork, Jack's From :Marysville, by Vanco Walker'sto to Picken's Court House, S. C. Royal toDrennon's.From Spring Grove Gfaot
From Cleveland, by Count tab Springs., Creek, and Anderson's Store, to Purdy. Tuckalechee Cove ---- From Sht-lbyville to Rowesville. Catlett'sburg by Round Bottom, From' Lexington by M r ; n,
Ca,, and'Mountin: Town, to Ellejay. From Huntingdon, by Hico, Caledonia, From McMinnville, by Irving College, From Shulbyvilk, by Richmond, Peters- Lauisa court house,'Palntsville. Prestonburg, Parish, Uudd1' Mills, Cynthiana,. .Calleo -
: From Cleveland: by Limestone, and Month Fleming's Christmasvilb, PHI\VviIJe, and ane Altamont, to Pelham. burg, aud Cuno creek, to Fayetteville. Lunesvillo and Coal.Grove to Pikoton. vile, ut AsK, Run, Flower. 9ek/
of Hiwastee, to Smith's Cross Road Winston, to Dresden. From Morganton, to carnesvillor Ga., via From Shl'1hyvillo, by flat cro;.k, Lynch- CampbcllsvHle: ta Neatsvillo in Dark Grassy Cot to Cfuctcpi.u.
From Cleveland, by Benton, to Docktown FrornIluntingdon, by Terry, South Car. Russell's "rry, chota, Tellico Plains, Beaver burg and M ulborry"-Fayettoville. County. Ohio. .ga ..
Copper Mines roll, Spring Cieek, Jackson, Medon, Bolivar, Dams, and Griffin's. From, Shelby ville, by Richmond, Belfast, From Chaplain byS1l1dcr'snnd, Duncan to .'rol Lexington jdy Georgetown; L't
From Clinton, bj Beaver Ridge, and Ball Van Bui on, and JiVilliam. *' Store, to La, From Morganton to Ross's, on the Ten Lewisburg, Cochransvillo& Corucrsville, and Cornishville. Eagle,.Raj's FrkWiUfamstow Dr o
Camp to Campbell's Station. Grange. .= nessee, via Monroe c. II., Mount Pleasant, RichlanU to Pulaski. rroui Compromise to New'Madrid Mo", Crittenden-Walton, ForD Dry dCovingt5nto -
-7 From Clinton, by Wallace's'Cross. Roads! From Jacksbornl'b'y t'. : Huntsville, to James- and calhoun. From Shelhyville) ; by Rich Valley, Ches- rom_Cloverport by fordsville, Hiues'a Mills Cl ind ,, d.
Lay's Cross Roads, Lost Creek, Big Barren, town .? From Morgan c. II. to Hunts'ille, in Scott nut Ridge, Norris Creek, Fayetlevillo! Go. Pleasant Gro'oHartord, North Creek, From Lexington' by'' <
and Head of Barren; to Tazewcll. From J 3. ksboro', by Elk Gap, to Williams. county. shen, and Mciidianville, Ala., to Hontsville. Point Ploasaut and Livermore to Worth lug. ter 'and Mount Sterling to. r---- ; ,f
From Clinton, by Rolwrtsville, Oliver's, burgh. From Morristowu to Dandridge.From From Shclbyvillo; to War Trace Depot .(on.: Frn Leiington bjr .
and Crooked,Fork, to Morion Court House. From Jacksboro', by Straight rork Buffalo Mount Pleasant to Waynesboro', via .Prom Shelbyille! by Lawrenceburg, to From Covington by Bank Lack to Indepen Pan ., Mfllersburg, c_- '"*Bt iiw.f
: From Columbia: via Khslbyvire, Hantsft Creek, Pouch Creek, and Wild Cat.Ky., Napier, and catron's Iron Works!!!, Buckner: Waynesboro.From I dence. .Elat'i. IcbnA q t{( tc
AlL, and Pulaskf: to Columbia. Whitley Court House! and Dixon's Store I Smithville by Mountain creek,'.Me- From C -nthi.1nJbj Oddnfleto Clys1fle. 'ie.


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JjnptOfl, Joo's to Hartford. Roads, New Rochester, and Scotch Ridge, From Cle'Cbnd Euclid Cadwalader and Rush Paltonviile NtUonvilU
London. by Mayfield, Tippecanoe, toTuscaraxvas. _Uiftoac.ey. -Atli 4ii, t It" -
Roads to From Ruswlh illc, by Bacna Vista Springs, to Pe Chester X Roads .
Cross 'YIiLurg.From Fouler's Mills, Munson, Hebhard vile! Woodward. Donaingtom Harrisville > f i..t
from Liberty to Monticello.} and Gordotnille, to Llkton.! Bucyrus, by Camp Run, LibertxCorneJ .. Claridon. Windsor alidl !
Huntsburg Orwdl, from fiuley, by Canonsburg Croghan, Rutland SalUbvify. id".Pomeroy. 1 !L
from Line to New Madrid, Mo. non{ I. Russcllulltf, by Hcnrysville, and and Jsiro, to New llaveu. Pheps, Williamsfield, South She- Beaver: Dam and blue Lick to Limit. .. 1
'. from Londonby'McHTargue's Mill*, Lynn Laurel bluff, tu'(:rt'envilJe. From Bucyrus-, by Osceola, Upper Sanfusky nango, Pa., Hart's X Roads to Meadvile Pa. from finiey by Oak Ridge, Gilboa, [and] rrom Lnvona..by': Lena, German-.5114 centre. i Ij V
r., Camp, Darboursville, fiat Lick, Cumberland From Ktissfllxillc, by Hague, rranklin, d Big Turtle Whartensburg, to From Cleveland by Newburg, Bedford, Buckeye, to Kalida. Lock port, aud Palaski to Brjin., J-n .
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( ford Tclloxv Crock', Cumberland Gap. Tenn., h Hickory Hat New Roe, Scott:viJJe, and Hilton E agIe. Macedonia Depot, Sxxinsburgh, Hudson, from Onley, by Gilbon, and Medary, to From Layfayette. by Traderstille to Meohanicsburg. ", 'J !
r.iflwdl. Sycamore Tbwn HillBean's Sta- to TompsLinville.rrom Prom Bncryrus, by Sulyhur Springs, New Larlxille, Franklin Mills, Ravenna, Roots- Defiance. .- .; .
dln and Marshall' Ferry to Russellville. Rus.e'lville, by Voltjey, Allensville, Washington, W ell rsville, Siro, Do Kalb, t own, Atwater, Liinavile. Marlboro,Alliance, from finley, by Big Lick, arid Stoner, to Froni Lancaster by cleajport, and}IIddld- .j' Iot! ti % :
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1 From London by Bush's Store to Man. and Hadensxille to Clarksville, Tenn. Liberty Corners, and Camp Run, to lluc). Mount Union, Sandy, Bayard, Hanoverton, New Haven. for l id,Soutn Peryl ,. ,., 'f"' i I .;' :'.
ester. nom Somerset by Dabney and Woodstock rUSe I Ingraham, Summitvile, Salinesvile, Hammoudsvile from finley, by Benton Ridge, PcndJ to;, ,From Lancaster by Damonsville, alimor( ; :1 '
from London by Pond Creek und Grey to Crab Orelia.. From C diz, by, Arcbsr, New Rumley, and Mouth of Yellow Creek to and Pleasant to V 80gb nsvill e. and MilersporJ to Hebron. tk: :
to Booieville. From Somerset by Smith's ferry, andCraig's Kilgore, Hicory and Algonguin, to Ciirrollon. Wellsxile. from i( i
flawk franklin Mills, by Streetsboro, Aurora mom Lancaster by Bremen, crosantrOle, f't ;
From London by Woodbine and Rock- ferry; to Rockholds. t From Clinton by Chippewa, New Prospect Bissell's Russell, Chester X Roads, Ashbury Pike, New Lexington Oak.eLJ .' I &, ;.
boo, to Whitley Court House. nom Somerset by \:It<1 lon, Harrison, From Cnnnonshurg to Johnstown and Old Hickory to Canaan. South Kirtland, and Kirila.mi. to Mentor. Aforgansville, and Malta to M' o oell6I I : A Thlk. f
r From Louisa Court House by Grape Vine, Mintonxille, and .lihulI'illttit Poplar Hill.! rrom Carlisle, by Black Creek, Marco, From Columbus by Grovo Port, Lithopolia from fremont, by bettsvilie, fitz Henry vi I iJ:. .'
r JoW, Creek Tug, Big Creek, forks of SanyjjVtrfitldto irorn Soineiset I by Clone's, Buixvner, Kelley's Buck Creek Nexvberry, Scotland. u and Green Castle t Lancaster. Stoner, Risdon, Cass, and Van Buren, to fin- from Lancaster, by ,carrol LockvihlePick- : !." :.
; dy Louville. I store and DibL rt"s store Williams. From Cambridge, by North Salem, Kim. From Columbus: by Worthington, Lewis i ey. erington, Reynoldsburg. slack. Lick,' Ovid : '
I -" rjuisa in Lawrence County by BanfftSure b urg. bolton! Bird's Run, Linton Mills, and Plainfield Centre, Constantia, Alum creek, Delaware, from fremont, by Riley centre, West 3opt?,and Harlem to Galena., i f l
Falls of Tug River, Warfield nom Somerset, by Grundy, Dallas, Line to Coshocton. Leonardsburg, Ashley, Westficld. Carding. 'Pownsend, Castalia, and Venice to Sanduaiy. F om La1\catter.bylpff' n"W. cb"iJter:1! 1r1. I,
, coal! Wining Company, George Claik's Creek and Rose Hill, to Loiulon. From Cambridge, by Claysville, Cumberland ton, Mount Gilead, Iberia, Gallon, Living. k aid Waterloo to Grant POll i, A r :
!if.'ni Pigeon Creek, Virginia to Louville, nom Scottsville, by Allen's Springs, to l Wharlon, Wood Grove, Hiramsburg, stol S lelby, Greenwich Station, Greenwich, from fremont by Grecnsbury X Roads and From Lancaster by Carroll 1 canal Wincbefter i :I 1-
if Bowling Green. Hoskinsville I I Sharon, Anderson's Store, Bristol Nexv London, Rochester Depot,North Rochester lollersxille, Montgomery X Roads. and Grovesport,to columbus.From .; ;
t. from Louisville by Williamson, Clove's From SaL-m, by Berry's ferry, to Gclcon- t ), and Meig's Creek to McConnelsville.From Wellington, La Grange, Gralton, Raxv- from fremont to Port Clinton Lebanon by Red Lion aud Spring\ !:tlS o' ;; \' i

Depot) I a Grange, Smilhfield. Eminence, da, 111. Canaansuille to North Union sun Cooopa, Columbiutiol Olmatead, from frieburg to Louisville, on the Ohio borough to franklin.. > ; t4; : r
JUidriexx', Pleasureville, Ciopper's: Depot, From Shel'iyville' Southxille. and Jesse's nom Caraollton! to Bayard.Fron Berea and Cleveand. and Pennsylvania Railroad. from, Leesvilje. \by,Shcrrodsville, and New i'r l '
I Cbisliansburg, Consolation, Frankfort, Mid- store to Mount Eden. : Cairollton, by Al Igon uin, to Palermo From Columbus by IJah's Blendon, from Galion by Caledonia, Marion, Larue Cumberland to Zoar f.: "
wAy and Payne's Depot, [tol] Lexington. From Shelbjxille} by Eminence, and Nexv New Ilag'ri town, Heller's Cross Roads:, Central College'! l\JaxwcI, Galena, Sunbury, h[ale Rushylvania, Bellefontaine, Da Graff From Lima to Mercer via Arcadia .and It ., J": ;:'
It From Louisville by Madison, liid., Car. Cattle! to Dreufions. T.lppm, Duerbxllle, Tippecanoe West Chester Centreburg and -I. Liberty to Mount Ver Quincy Pemberton, Honston Spear's Landing Mendon. < ( '
'J rolltou, Ky., Vcvay, Ind., Ghent, Ky., Wartzv rrom Stanford by Waynesburg, Adam's l Milnersviile! and Nexv Salom, to Cam. n on. l Hardin, Coxvan's Station and Sydney to From Lima to St John's, f- ; :rt.. .
i. Patriat, Ind., Hamilton, Ky., Ri&ingSun Mills, SomerEe, Clio, M.ll;. Springs, Steuben- b.iJge. I From,Columbus-" by HiMiards: ,Darby Creek, Union city, Ia. from Locust Grove; sMarble furnace. n .l QJ..:
,:v Jod., Aurtra, Petersburg, Ky., LaxrenreburgInd. : I I villf, Monticello, Nuxvbc-rry and Alpha to nom Canal Winchester, by Groveport, to ; Uniouuio Centre,,)Milford Centre, Woodstock frcm Gallion, by Corsica and McEwen's Gusti "e. Tranquility Yoangsville to Eck- i ; ';4,: :
, ., and Elijah's Creek, K}. to Cincbnatil Albany. Lockbourne.1) and Brintxjn to Uibana. X Roads, to Lexington. mansvillel. / ;. ,., .
,: Olio. From Star Furnace, via Amanda, Belle- From C.irrolton, by Cabello, Augusta, from Columbus by Gohannah, Hope, from Gallion by Leesvi'e X Roads Liberty From Locust' Grove b, Lovett's. Bell. .F, .. !c.! ..
! From Louisville Lacona, Lnlina, West fonte, Ohio and Buena Vi&ta to" (Ironton. Gr.-en Hill, New Alexander, and North Johnstown, Ulica and Martinsburg to Bladcnburg. Corner and Dekalb to Tiro- North Uniontown, and Marshall, to Hills- F/-trr. I*.'
z Point, Red Hill l, Elizabeth town, Nolan, Leesxille From Stnr rurnace, by Mount Savage Georgetown, to Salem. from Gallipolis by Racoon Island, South bo ro'., ; ". :f >,
Mumfordsxile, Wt o Isonx-ille, Wood. furnace to Grayson.FIOIII I nom Canton, llY Pallow, Navarre, freaso's Prom Columbns by Clintonvile Worthi.gton New Castle, Hereford, Swan creek, Green From Logan by Straitsville, Pike! New' .r+ .. i
land, Prewett's Knob, Three forks and Dripping ( Tom]'kitisxille by Lodi, Tenn., Ben Store, to Wineabuig. i \V ill iaznsvj Ic, Stratford, Ddaware, bottom, Miller's Haskellvile, and Quaker Lexington, Rchobotb, and BUckey cottage 'i" .) :
Springs,to Bo .ling Green. nett'a ferry, and Hamilton's Landing to Livingston. nom Caiolton; by Kossuth, Merges, Magnolia Norton, Waldo, Mariou, Grand Prairie, Lit- bottom to Guyandntte, Va. to fiiltonham. .. .f ::: :
I. From ,Louisville by ft-rn Creek, Hay to Z*>ar, and return by Suminorman's, tIe baiidusky, Upper: Sandusky, Synochtce from Gallipolis by Wilksville, and 3Ic- From London by cross Roads, Blooming- p T" :
: Spring, \\'ashingfon.. Hih Grove, Bards F/nm: \r:1rSlhy Napoleon and Down s. Scott's Mills, and Kossuth, to Carrolton. McCucbnxile, iiilm and fort boncca to ffe Kin&ter's to Lee. burgh, Washingron, c. 11.:', convenience aDd ;:1 ; t
town, ffoplar Neck, Sow haven Oak Ilifl, vlh', to Wiil}:amslon. nom Canton, by Nom th Industry-I Sparta, mont. from Gallipolis by Addison Cheshire, Silver frankfbrt chillicothe., ", ;f J 1. i
\anoia: Greeii River CJear Point and II I From \%'ht Point by Garnettsville, Rock Sandyville, Zoar, anJ Canal Dover to New From Columbus by Shadevile, South Run, Salisbury, Pomeroy, Chester, Alfred From Lowell*, by Regnier's Mills Card' :,' it .V '.

cX Wallow to Glasgow Haven, Brandenburg Webster, Clifton Mills, Philadelphia. ill rOonficld, Circlevile, Chilicothe, Waller, and Tupper's Plains to Coolh'le.. ner, South Olive and, Olive to Sharon.From.tynchburg 1 i. P -k
from Louisville by St. flthew'sliddlo I Hardinsburg I Cl.-.vepoit, I Haxvesville I Yelv. jroin! Canton, by New Berlin, Greentoxvn, \\avcily, Pikctua anti Lucasvilc to Ports from Gallipolis by Shivener, Smith's, bay's }by Uodsonville, Princeton '1l '!: : .
lown. Long Run, Simpsonxille! Shelbyville,,, ington, Ovvensboro lJhu'dt\'ill', Hender Lake, North Sprinjlleld: and Middleburg! to :iou tl. bottcru and .Miller's to Haskellvile. Eufoord, Sicily] ,. Wb i e Oak Valley anti ':'j1 loi .J
4 Clay Village, Hanlinsxillo aud UiJ!epoittoFruui son, Smillis Mills, Morganfield, and Raleigh: Aron. From Columbus by West Jefferson, Lon from Gallipolis by Pine Grovu Vinton and New Hope to Georgetown t : ."
I frar,1Jort. to Sliawneotown: : Illinois. riom Canton, by North Industry, and don, South! Chaikslon, Selaia and Ce-Jarxiit Cxington, to Wilkesville.from From Malta by chapel-Hill, and Sunday !J': '
t Louisxillo bo JefTersontown, Fishers rrom Wet Liberty by Bloomington: and 4 Pierce, to Satiilyxille.! to Xeia.!: Jatnbier by MiSlxvood, Danvil'e Nonpareil creek X Roads to Strarsville.: < :1t'' j
xille, \\ boll\'illl', Ta !lorsvillo and Bloom Licking Station to Pail1t'ilt': From Canton, by Barryxille, Marlboro',' From Columbus! by Harriaburg, Palestine, Ilumphrex' Villa amid Killbuck, to F.om .Malvern, in carrol county, to Lees. ,:,::4-t..., ';
\ icld to Chaplin. fiom West Liberty, by Little Sandr, and Mahouin:, DeerfliK! fiederick, Milton, Dock Mount Sterling; and lilooniingburrj to Wash Millersburg.j -', z.:t "of',.i",4. ..
From Marion by Camp Creek, Bell's Mines Bl.iine to Louisa Court House. Creek, Hanua's Mills, North Jackson, and ington C. 11. from Germantown; farmersville and Enterprise : xi'le.From Mansfield, by Lexington, to Belleville ;4:,'.:. ;
lad Cypress to )}01!;m1td from Williauibtoxxn: by Cordovn, Raven Eden, to Varren.From From: Columbus by Grove city, Gcor t;. to West Alexandria.from ': Butler, Shaler's Mill.-*, Maple Grove, :4 f.i: ;
From Marion 1.) %'"1ker' and Cave-in- cieek, Rutland, arid Conner&xile, to Lees. Canton by Lcxxisxillc, ColumU-ina, ville.JlarrMmrg, Palestine! Mount Sterling, Geneva Aus'inburg, Jefferson, fredericktown. Mount Vernon, Utica, and St 11 ,..! .
Rok, Ill. to Equality. I burg. East faiifield, and Palest'u.', to DailhsgtonPcnn. Duffs fork, Pancoaslburg aud Bloomiu"bar" Denmark West Pierpont, Pierpont Penu liue, Louisville: NewarkjFrom l
I From May exilic by Slack, Germantown, 1 Ijom Will 1mslown to Callcnsvile.fiom to Washington C. H. Pa., and Line Mills to Harmonsburg. Mansfi'jld! by .Shelby, Plymouth ; b. ..}.. ;
Brook villc, Pouersxiile and 1'leasatit, lliJge Wincheatir, by Ruckeraxille, and i From Chngiin falls, by Rus>ell, ford, Burton From CJc tlir.o by Bucyrus, Upper San horn Geneva by HarpersfielJ Cork, Turn- New Haven, centretown, Havaoa. Pontiac ; J
to Falmouth. Dcuaxxay's, to Goucie's Precinct. I tiJtctialdlcs3opotuni.l! : >\otth Bloomfi dusky, forest, Dunkirk: JouUotoxvu and Lima bull, Hartsgrove, \\'in 3Ie&sopotamia, : Monroeville, and BloomingvWe. to Sand sky. : )
r From Maysxillc by Washington, Oak OHIO. 1 le, Greenjarg, and Gualavus, to Khiiman's. to Dclphos. Bur.dysbarg, and farmington to Peu knan.: I From Marion by Kg Inland, cuchranton.Mirseiles :'I ::- ,:I
Wood, Blue Lick Springs ::.d Forest Ke- from Akron by Copley and Sharon centre, : From Constitution by Bjlpro [undj Decatursxile from Georgetown by White OAk Valley, : Mount. Blanchard, Blanchard 11 ,":
treat to Milen! ;l,urg. to )itdin. rmn: Chanlnu by Hampdcn'! East Clan to federalton. j Sew Hope, Sicily Sardinia )3Iorystoxvn, Bridge, Ashery to rinley. ,,:.; i I
From Mayfcvilld by Oranrjcbarg Poplar from Akron to .IiJdh.lmr.y.frum JOlt, M:ii Jlt-fuJ: Ruuj burg, and farmifigtoi I ProJ: Corxvin by Clayton to Union. arid; New COI win to New Market From Marion, by Letimberville, sucyrus, j Ui .j
;, fiat Clarksburg. Vanceburg Kinnicoiiick:, Akiou by Mnntrose, Coduingxille, to 1'.11 kmm.: rom Coolxilu }by CartLage, Lodi and Al from Georgetown by New Hope Mount chatfield, Attica, Rc town, and Sherman, to>' f .'K. I
; Rock Creek Tygeit's Creek, Truhsulle, Gr.ugerevmout1i, Biunsxvick: [and] Liverpool nom Chardon, by S:iuth Kirtland& ant I exander Albany.' Orab Puebla and five Mile, to Fayetteville. Bellevue. ': '; 1 1I
: Springville Greenup Courthoube, AmadaandPollard's 1 tc Graitmi. Pka.ant VnlK-y, to Euclid. From Cim.be,:land }by freeland's Chandlers- from Georgetown to Ripley. From, by Wilson, and Rush creek, b i1. .' j jnchwood. I i
f Mills to Catlettebuig. f.om Ameaxille, by Pleasant Yi lv.. El. From( : Catit;m, l 1\ Middle nr:1I1chew P vile and Kichanlsxile to Zancaxile.jroai from Gettysburg by Webster to Jackson- : If j:: .
t From: Middleton by Eakin Road to Shelby illl t'. X ro-ufs: \oo.ly's mill, I.'osseau.Hick-* R.kiiiOrti! Caiio, I 1I I ait lie, Randolph, Hoost. Cumbeiland by .Noble-vile, Sarahall'i ville. From 3farysxilli, by New California, and .Lff;: t :i
t ville. 'I erEOIIS X toad, and MJia! McConnell. town, R.txentia.; :!Jal -r "ilh'uLu.. II, New. \ and! Whig\ie! to Sumrnertield. from Granville to fredonia. Jerome, to Dublin. !'f :.t" ,
f From Mount Sterling by Aaion'fa Run, Mt.Us. \'i1ot. b !-r., >\o.th Ne\ bury and Mutiauu to Char From Coahoctun! by Mumisvile; Chili, New from Granvile by Alexandria Johnstown, From Marysville, by J' punt Victory, Kenton ,' ,'".' ,,I
and North Middletoun to Paris. { from Antwerp, bv IIiekxil! <(, Newville, dun. Bcilford, JJuein \ista, Sbaceaxiloand: Duuec Ilexnolds V 2tU'S Valley Sunbury sershire, and Mount Washington" to.ilnley.rrora t ,: 1i". .. ..
From Mount Sterling by L'l' Kiddville la., \orlSlll\\'II: ail'Du! liill, to iKkalk) la. iroin Chc-tcrxille by Puln&kiiille, Mount to Dearpuli's: Mills. and Alum creek to Delaware. J aysville by Boke's Crock to Ken'f;/. : .,
and' lied River Iroa Worlsto Imie.: I fI'll Ashland, l.y Savannah and Rug lea, (;oenl.! M.ints i t I ilUl" w Otlto, to 31arion.irotn 1 FrolH Coahocton! I by Ro coe, Warsaw, from Gratis by Enterprise to West Alex ton. t J".t ::
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. From Mount Steiling t by Howard's Mills! ..1''to Nexv Luud.llI.j I Ij Cuestt/'rxi.lu by fiediricktoxvu, Levering \ValSiondiiig, Millxxoudliid! .\JOIITOI1ilb: to andria. From Massillon by Canal fulton, Clinton .:. t.
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. Peeled Oak, Olympian: Spins, II i.I.1Hl.jill's ;; I,, j fiom AsManJ, by P rot(, X 0X. 01 t1! I : and Woodvicxv, to haucl.. Mt. Vtrnon. from Greenxiile Pa., I by KinsmanVil- Nimisila, Akron, Cuayahoga falli and Stow : t .'
( Mils and Ci&siys; Mil* to West Liber.V .I Rochester: Brighton and North CampJen! to from Chester )by Ba-haii and Graham's From Cuihocton. by canal, I.cwi viI. and 1 1 liamsiield! Andover Richmond; Dernmark, to Hudson. f@ t
Ileili I jt'1tt. I StaCuI: ; to Gre-ut Bend. leturn by tleiling I IJakertvilu to canal Dox er. l i'ierpout ar.J Monroe village, to Kingsvill", rrorn )fass lon by Vavarre, Bolivar,Zoar :..";'1 t
From Mount Sterling !hy Camargo: Cash's j from Ashland! ?, by Oi"crIlIIrgRivcs! Shanandoah Bottom.Fiom. I FrotH Coaliocton! by Rural Vale! and 3Io- Ohio. canal..Dover, New Philadelphia,Tnscaraxvas, ': j f
Job, Laurel fork, Black Water, Untie! Green, :: and J Richland, M PJxmouth. Chilli-othe] : l 1\. Yellow:! Bud and Lak"al; 'y to New Castle. from Greenvile. by Ab'uottsvile, Sampsonand Gnadenhutten, Port Washington; Newcom- :4 : ;
Johnson's fOlk and Licking Station to Prostouburg. from Ashland, by Nankin, *'.(Ik! :Sullivan, < Chrl! .:buig; to New Holladd.rrem I : rro-n coolxile I by Lottriilge, Hull's Garden, Ithaca to castine. erstown WJbifo Eye Plains! and West La- .. ; .
I I Huntiiigtoa I Wellington, and Pnuiit-ld, to.. Cliiillotlu' by G ilespi! -.'\i1h., Rat"hliirbuigh. Shade and PluasouUUi to Lee. from Greenxillo by Woodington, )li sisi- fayette to C shocton. ., ; ;
From Mount Sterling by Sharksbcrg, Be- :, OberJia.t : ll'mC!! McAitlmr's' Pr-ttsville, From Daxton by Dinlvin, Gordon, Green nawa, Sc'cnli1o Prairie, Fort Recovery, From Mr.rysville bv Allen Centre. cober- .r .
Sberburne's Mils, Pia Hook, lleaab. | from: Ashland! by Haynesville, Mohican I : ,, Bolt-n's: )1ils, Ilebanhville! Athens, vile, )Jt Huron, I/ill/ Grove, Union City, la., Mac..don, Cold Water Montezuma, Celina ley's, West Middloburg, East Liberty, Raymond tJ, t
t lu g snp North fork to May svile. i and McKay's, to Loudonxile.j ,\tH vile, Sharp's forks I Battlett, Wesley, Ilarribxille, Winchester' Parker farmland:, DCStia Mercer Mcudoa and Anglaize to VanWert .&nd:I ZanssSeJd\ to.Belfefontalae.rrora 'i.:;.rt;. ,
From Mount Washington toShephcrdj.vile.Frjm I. i j Ashtabula, by east Plymouth, North. B:11 :l I Hannar, to bridt:!. Selma, Smith! field, Mupckton-n, Che>tcrfieIJ, 3Iayfield} to Gate's Mills.: fi r 1 i
Murray. bv Noxv Ccccoid'to Pine nifliclJ, Kv IIog;svilk>, Monroe centrt-, nom Chilicothe: bx Richmond Dale, Jackson Anderson, PIu.JIctolllo( Luf\', fall Creek, from Greenville by Abbottsvile Arcanum, Fiorn McArthur's, by Elk San, caaboro -.i' r( ,;.
EhtT. I Clark's Corners, and Cherry. Hill, to E1Creek Rocky Hill, "hurmal, Rio Grande; Altont, Utrmantoxx'ii and Laurence to Indian J'i t.Lurg Ludlow centre and clayton to Day and Ewing to Logan. ". : .1..1-", ,-..i.' ..
; !prom New Casfle )CampbcLbtirg :.hd I Pa. J Rodiit'V, and Gallipolis:, to Point! Pleasant! apolis. I tull.I From M Coen lhie! by Malta* }ennsvino. ..; i if, .J
Milton to Ma'li-on! Ind. f from Ashtalmh! harbor by Plymouth, Jcffeiscn Va. From Dayton by Hcnby and Bellbrook to from Greenfield by IJopeviUe, to Washington. Chester Hill, Bartlett, North Union, Decatur- .- .i: ,.
t" From New Haven by New Hope Loretto, nnd Denmark, to Richmond. nom Chilicothe, by Ilzllaxilii, Adel:,hi, Spring Valley.iroia : vile and filmore to Littlo Hockhocking. .:: ti : ::1
: Lebanon, Rayxuck end Rolling fork to New I from Athens, by Shade and Burlirigkam, :South ferry and: Gibersonville to Logan. Dayton by West Charleston, Cham-' from Guilford by Leroy, to Lodi. yrom \'c nncllvila', py Malta, Pennsvilp dt. .
Haven. to Chester. from El Dorado to Eaton. Browns: Mills, Watertoxvn, Barber 1- .. '
ron Cincinnati by Cuniiusxillf, Brox\n's bersbur, \ andalia, Hyattsx. Tioy and Pi. Hagerstoxvn.by Stockport : ;
From Newport 1 by Covington to Cincinnati from Athens, by Loxvrey, Star, New Ply. (;ro\C Uthis'Ta"cn, Dunhp: Ross, Mill ,'qua to Sidney. from Hamilton by Milxille and sunkerhill, and Harmer to l\Iarl .,. ,' ; .i"-i ... ,
Ohio. I n outh, Swan and Rck house, to Addphi. villa Stilxvel's, Oxford, College Corners.. Cottage I irom Dayton by HyattsvOe and Troy t 0Piqua. to Reily. From Medina J hy.Mallett's creekLitchfield. ; r..A "t
From Newport by COld' Spring, Alexandria! from Athens, by Cavalry, Log cabin, Grove, la. Liberty, urownsxille, and' I from Hammondsville, by co pc's. Mills PcJnfie1denington, Brighton,East clarka- .:..- r J
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Eird'b Wood* a.d. Tilbat's. Crai Roads !to Rinirold! and Malta, to McConnellsvile.! Springersxille to Connersvil'e Ia From Dayton by Little Yo k, Union, West croxton Wattsvile Sjroggsfitld, Carrolton L, field, clirksfielJ and Hartland 1 to Norwalk. j t
lower Creek from Athens by Canuansville, Gnysville, From < incimati: by the River and Huggins-: Milton and Pleasant; Hill to Covington. Leavitt Rose New cu,nberland and Tabor to From Middletown by' Lo Sourdsvile and ,;: ;i ', f.
From Ovxeitfhorn jo Knoxx-e.?! I A/deralion, Cuohile, Hockingport, Little port to Georgoloxvn.; \ From De.ix-erton qy Portersvile and Char New Philadelphia. Princeton to Port .Union.., ': ...; I1 1 J
t From Owen bbr-ro hy Crox\Es Pond), Ashlyttoirg Hpckhocking, Centre blpre, bt-lpre, Constilalion From Cincinnati, by Nexv Richmond, Point el Hill to Trimble. from Hamilton ly, Rossevile, Darrtown: From Milan.to. Sandusky.. -.t f
and Hill to Maidsonxile | and Ilarmar to M iru-ttn. Plt'asalltIoco: \\', foster, Neville, < hilo, l I.u. From Dearfield Milage by Hopkinsxile, Morning sun fair Havei Beechy Mire Iowa, From: Milford by Mulberry Goshen, But. ,i; :

1 From OwensWuby Long fulls Creek, Cal- ; fro ii Austin, by Good Hope, to Washington ral, Augaeta; Ky. IH;ginspott ()., Dover Ky., Dal.u] >burgiT! Brown's Stone, Goshen, Belfait and noston to Richmond la. lersvile, Pleasant Plains. Blanchester. and :.J: h'" .. 4!
noun llinteej, Social lull!, Worthington: I, C. H. amid Rij.ler, 0., to Maryville Ky. and Ownisxilf! to Batavia. from Hamilton by Rossville, Seven Mile, Westboio* to New I !Cflfl1. ),.I. j.oI'' ..
Bremen, Greemile: I Uad Hit, fruit iJil, i'ilotADolmfC from Bainbridgo I by Mount Latham to Waxeiley. From Cincinnati, t by,Hamilo'i. Rossvillc, From Darlington by Enou Valley Petersburg i. collinsville, Somci\Uo! and camden to Ea rrom Milford by. Belfast' ,. Edenton and j: .: .;

t % toElkton. I :el1t ill Collibville! ., llel'ilt: >, Camden, New llidJk-ton, Poland, Boardman ton. t West Woodvile to Blanchester. J.s
From On-ctiton by Macedonia and Gardner'6 I from Baiiibridgc by Greet.fi,.l.J, :t'Wfar.. Eaton, Cambtlatoxxn, and Richmond, to CannYld, Ellaxxorlh, fre erick, Palmyra I', from Ilanoverton to Now Garden. From.. 3IilIersburg >by Beilin, Wincsbarg j
j 10 .Mouth! of Sugar Creek ia Gallatincounty. tinbburg, South Plymouth, and West Lancaster New Castle.Krwn Edenburg and Campell>j>ort to Ravenna. from Hillaboro by New Petersburg to and DeaudofFs, Mills to Bolivar.. t. .' > fi. ,
to Jamebtoxvn.fiom Cincinnati, by fulton, Columbia, I, From Decrsvile by tiH water and Rush to Greenfield. From MiHcrsborg! by Nashville to Loudoavile. ...' ;
From; Oivingsvtle: by Wyoming, Hilsboro, Bainbridgoi by Cynthiana, Sinking: Nexvti/n, Mount C:1ml Olive raneh, Dt: Gua Jc:1huttc'n. from Homer by Brandon to Mount S em-. ... ," -t-.c :
PopLuPLins J iicmingfcburgaud Mount Cat Spring' Locust Grove, Dunbarton, audDuiikinEville 1 via, Califuri V\ !H'lbLurg, clover, nethel I, From Defianco by Washington Centre, farmer non. From Milford py.Perrin's, Mills.Maratlion, :! J '
., IT.d to Mount Gilcad. to West Union. I I \ Gergeloxvn, I llu:seUille, Decatur L- Milford Centre to Newxilu Ind. from Humphreys-villa by Ridge and Sec Monterey, fayettexille, Dodsom'ille. Allen- J i'.t 1 '
From O\\iijsvie! by Marshal, farmer's, from Biilow'b, by.to, to Centre Bc-lpre. and Eckmansxille, to West Union. From Defiance by Brunersburg, Snooks- Princeton Warsaxx'. burg and Economy to fihisbomo.'r r.fJ
, Triplut, Kcapji's: Upper T, gert, Olive' Hil I, from bank mills, in Brown county, to From:, ( inluati.: by MilforJ, Miarncsxi'.le'! yule, Cranesxile and Hicksxile to Panama. from huntsville by Roundhead's West; yroci 31ilersbiirg! by,BerUn, Walnut crock I. .
, Gru-on,8tlr furnace Tfnd Oannonsburg to Wc&tborough, in Clinton county. rranch: 1i \ Deerfield Village, Lebanon From Defiance by .-\J ersxile New Bavaria, Newton, Donnl'lI's"estmiOls'ter Lima Al-: and, ham sviIe.10 canal DoVer. ,
: CatUttkburjr.om from Baniesville, by Tern pe ran ccx-fle, Atlas Morrow jort. Ancient, Oregon I IVavnesville Itidgdand, Medary, Sugar Ridge and 3Ia- It'ntan'liddl River and Delphos to VanWert From Millersbarg by SashvIe: GreersviletBroxvnsvil : Z; 4!. ''
: Paducah:, Tiy Exchange, Symnosla', Calai-, Miltonsburg, to WoodsCeM.fiom I. \ Spring!' \ :l.' Xcuia and .61. comb to finley. .- ., 1 < North Liberty, Shaler'a Mills, f- !::
i! tnd Benton to Arura.floni Barnesxille.' bv Leatherxx'ood. Ratesville low Sptings to Sp ilgfl.tnOr ) From Delaware by Patterson, Richwood I, from Hillsboro. by Russell's station I, Palmyra, Watcrford" and Pulaekrdle to Mt ..::. : ,'
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: Pkducah, by Melvin'e, Massack, Calais, Summeitield, Enoch, Olive, Cincinnati!, by \'alnnt Hills, Pleasant I. Wilkins, York and Raytnoud's to East Libt'r.t r Lynchburg Weotboro and slanchester! to Gilead. .::1 1; 1
: Lovc.ljre\ill, lilandvjlle MllLurn, Clinton, bhnron, Keith's, Mocow Mills, and Miigsxillc Ridge! Montgomery, TxxeutyMilo Stan 1, Loveland. From Millersburg: by Oxford, Killbuck, ; =4 '1
&Dd Moicoxv! to Ilickman. to M cC.'nnellsvik. and I opldns\'ilt to Murtoxx*. From Dclax\".ire by Kilbournc, Nimmon's from Inverton (Ironton) in Lawrence .county Van Buren and,Ridge to Warsaw. J j Ed
nom Paduenh, by Lovelacevi'le] Blandville from bartlett, by Dccatursulle, to Centrebeljtre. From ( uicmnati, by Mount Washington 1, X Roads and LSloomfield to Mount Liberty. by Lawrence furnace' Mount Vernon 1w.. From Mill.rsrjurg.by Benton, Mt. 'Hope', '.;:1} "; h
Ein! Melvin, 'ilcni&'a creek Max field, Withamsville, Aim-Iia: nantarn, Bethel, Point From Delaware by Radnor to Prospect nace Olive furnace and Washington funiace Mt Eaton and West Lebanon to Massillou. 11;:
Clark's river, laimington, and Leander, to I From Barlow }by North Be'pre' Dccatursvillf lIc and Mount Olive to felicity. nom Delphos by fort Jenning's to Kalipo.! to Oak Hill, in Jackson count}'. From Minen-a: by New franklin, Mt Union: : 81 *
ijdbville, Ter.ii. trul Baler's Settlement\ to Coolville. nom Cincinnati, cumius\it carthage, From Dinsmorvj I by fry Lurg to St Johns. from Inverton (Ironton) Gallipolis. 3Ialioning, Limavile. and Atwater to Edin-" <,-1"1"! i: f f
From Parti Winchester,by Stony point. II From Beavsr, Pa., by Bbrk.Haxvk, Saint Sprinirdale, fosdick, n. Tron- rrom Dover by Coo Ridge, Olmstcad and from, Jackson by Oak Hill Gallia furnace burg. t :;" f f
nom Vcrry Court House, by Begley', to I Iancbuter Clair, Clarkson, 0., and Elkton, to NowLUbon. ton, Mddetoxxrn: Poast Toxvr, cat lisle Station Copopa to Strongvile. McDaniels Waterloo Aid Simmon's Russell's From 3Iorristoxvnby Olive Hill, Barnesvile .' '.1 fE-r '
: Germantown, Miamioburg, Bar creek, rom Defiance by Brnncraburg and Evan Place, and Quaker bottom to Guyandolte, Somerton and Malaga to Woodsfield.From :, f'i 1
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,rom Perry by Brashersvilleto From Bedford, fcy Solon, Aurora, Mantua, and Aleiandersville to Dayton.rrom port to Bryan. Va. Morrow by Rochester, clarksvilfe I 1 ; "I' 1
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Wbiteibuig.rrom Center, Hiram, and Rapids, to Parktnan. cincinnati by college Hill, Hygcia, From Dover by North Do'/cr, Avon and[ from Jackson, by McGhet's store, Keystone Sligo! Wilmington. Wil-on's%tatic QabuwCWashington ,:',, -4 -
\ Pttcitburgh, to Cincinnati, Ohio, 1'i'Otn Btllefnntnine! bv I.c"i town, Jf u. Mount Healthy, Pleasant Run, and Svnnuu'a Sheflield to Black River. Ginton and Anselin to Cheshire. court house,New HollandoWiLrliamaport .f .. J '
xia; Bunittbxille, and Con talJce. ('1.Ultppt. I Jackson Gieen, meadow and circlevile and Ataanda to Ijinrastcr. I: r
St. Juhr's, aud"Whkonelta, lo coiner to Hamilton.FromCircL'ule! From: Dtcsden Wakatomica, West Carlisle from by .
nom Pitcton, bo mouth of card to Rich.hind's. SL ,
\ MIU.. Reed's Mills to L :
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Scictsxilc: and Talton -
by New Guilford and New Castle to WalhonJinir. 1- McArthur's.'n to
", I F-to.m.: tht'1. Nicholsville I I I from Jackson From, Mt._ ( ;ilrI, bv Smith's Milk and ;i,. : .:
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nom Piketon, by Loavillc, to Logan: court : in- 4I1HI neaKi.ni.! by Kingston, camp Charlotte From Durgannon to Hanoverton. furnace bushy fork and Sciota to Portsmouth. Whetstone. to eorbica, : !r'\ ..
Louse, VLprom I From M"'"ington( to Cross Roads, on Turton Cice\le, Oalmd: and clear creek to From Eaylc: Hancock county to Lim. from Jackson by berlin X Roads Daxx kin's From ML" GileadbyJheria, GahionLcesvjle .. ;.. ,. p.I
Piketon, by Robinson's creek, Democracy the U ilmiiigipii a.,1. w-HIe Rail Road. .\ : rom Eagle by Arlington, clement, finley, Mills buckeye furnace Wilkesvilla Ledlie' Wes Liberty, DeKalb [and] Siro,to Plymouth ; il 4''. i.:
Whitesburg, Pounds, Virginia, Big 1 'I-rom Bolivar. by Sandjxillo Magnolia From Circlcvi'o by Darbj'x'ilo r.nd five Van Buren, \%oodLul' ', Portage, Bo\,ling and Laogsvillo to Rutland. -- nt: :
GUdcs, and Guest Station, to O&bornc'svord. U aynesbnrv, Muln>;n, Oll'diiillL'. }7erkill',, I Points to Mount Sterling. Green and Lovett's Grove to Perrysburg. from Jackbontoxvn by Thornville New Salem from i Mount Gilead, byndrtw* '., .. f 3' ; ,
!Minerva Bayard, East Rochester, and Green From circli-ville to Lithapnli from Eaton, by Sugar Valley; to West and Plcasantville, to Lancaster. Shaunk's, to.Lexington.., ? ,'t.jt !
\\From Topl r Plain, by Plummer's Mills, Hill, to Hanoterton. Flr cloves by Oury's, Dry fork, Preston, floreuce. from Jacksontoxvn Newark.. from Mount Gilead by same's corner 1i .J. I
Liulc I.ite 0.,k Iliil Triplet. Cliribty'e Fork, and From Brunswick, by Hinckly, Richfield, I TariiT, St charlcs [midj] yiley.to Oxford. from East Wostvile, by Potlersvile, tobholling. from Jacksonville, by Greenwood to Lo- and Harmony Township to Spart ,*i !1 f; I
Sandy to West Liberty. Peninsular, Boston, and Bran.iyxviuo Alills, From cleveland by Royalton, IlincUey, raarus. From Mount Vernon by, Democracy, Jelloxvay j: f' f
JTOCI Poplar ilat, by Martin's rork, to to Hudson. Granger, coddingx-i/to and Sharon to Wadsxxorth. from Ellsworth by herb centre, North from Jacksonville by brock. North Star, LoudonvQle, bIg'PrA1ne. Wooster J a4- Vr ijr;

tcncoid. From Bryan, by Pulaski: Montpelier, Dur! iienton, Deerfield, Atwater, Randolph, Suf-- cranberry Prairie, earth gont, and Montezuma isouburgh, Old, Hickory, Gnilfordi, Medina jr t r;:! .
t' (. From Princeton, to Montezuma, Shady bin's Comers, Sjiring' : Lake, North Webt"Catnden From c7evc7nnd by Independence, Bricks- field, and 3Iogadore' to Middle-bury. to Cfiina. Brunswick, Strqngsville, Midd'eborg' Parma, iti i ffl
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arore, and ranuciuille, to Providence. Mich., Edinburgh, Reading, aud vile, RickJiie/d ane Ba.th,to copl?<.r.' from El ria by Laporte, Raxvsonville, from Jamestown to Jefrersonvi'le.fmm Brooklyn and Ohio cltyto Cleveland. 'I''I'i} ;llt i
uane'i x-rom Princeton, In- Chalk Level aid Me- Ci-inbria, to lIil1 dall'. From C/eve/and to ButTa/o/ N. Y. Grafton, Litchfield, Chatham, Lodi i, Burbank, Jamestown by BOxxersville andnlnomiuglun from Mount ?Vernon, by 68011.161, .\f 0 \,!i. .
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to Mad'uotivtlle.rrom I From Bryan, by William'i Centre, Far From cleveland to Port Stanley. and Golden Corners, to \\r oObter. to Wilmington.from Bladensburg, New Guildforn, West >odcrd.r.:
Ionia to Cadiz.Princetonty\ hung ponj and w ul.I 4. mer's, Arroxv Sniidi, and Cicero, to Hicksxille. From cleveland/ by O/mstead/ E/yria, PInto, from Elyria! by Carlisle, to Oberlin. Jersey to Columbia centre.I I Tyrone, and Roscoe to coshocton.j -
i I Broxvnhe/m VermU/iou and Huron Sanduaky. Kalida, by New Bavaria, Napoleon, j from Newark to Granville.frpm .
Erorn by I to from Elyria by Plato to Black river.. From ,L i.
I r tta> Marion Princtlpn., Cnttendcu Walnut Grove rcdo II III I From Bryan, Pioneer Bridgcwater, : from Elyria by Laporte, Grafton Station, West Barre: Essex! Oho, Etna, Lyons aDd Newark, by Thorn\" Het .S!it.met. t I

f. to Southland.rrora Spring*, and Salem, Drake's, Camden Mills, and Stoddarl's, to From cleveland by ohio city, East Rock- Grafton, Litchfu-M, Catham Centre, Lodi, Baker's corners, to Adrian| Mich. Maxville, Logan, Plvmoath, Uatrthr. j i 't

I PJeuwrevillp, by Hillbdali-, Michigan. port, Dover, Narth RiJgexi//e/ E/yria/ Amhcrst uarbauk and Golden Comers, to Wooster. From Kenton to Hale. Charleston, perlio Jackson, 'and ,$cTotviI1o. ; '1 t
port and Grantz to O\\. nton.rranklington, Lock- From Bryan, by Chaffer's, West Buffalo, Honrett Birmingham, florence, Her7mvie from Erie, Pa., by West Mill 'creek, Swan From Kenton> by Dudley Marseilles "War- to PortimoQth. 1 i-:, )0
Luke's, and Spring Lake to Nettle Lake. centre fairxiexv Glrard pole, Boxvshorxillo(, to Upper,Saudusky. 1 ,
I / Norwalk, Moaroesvi./e! four Springfield X roads, .
from Prcttonburg, ly Boone Valley to From Bucyrcs Littla San. West From Kenton, by Huu tville. Hog creek From Newark,by Chitbaa; Sjlrani. 'rpt.t, '-
1"1 c. 11. by Wjankottn, co ner?, Lyme, BoVovue, cJ'dl. fremont, Springtk'ld, Conneaut, 0., Aruboy, un4 Crt rotu IUd Iviver Iron Works io Stanton. dniky Cat Upper Saud"ubky, and Crawford, lo Black Sxx'atnp, WoodviZ/e! Stony Ridge, I'jrrybburg Kingsville, Aslitabula, Saybrook, Geneva, and [Herring, to Lima. Monroe Village'. Pier- From Xuhpnrr.bv Ferrjtoo- 7..n.bar.r.' 'qj ik' I
I flum. Riclmond Ellisfon I ey. and Mauniew city to To/e ,
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fo Irvine. From Bufkrnu, by Broken Sword Mentor and Wickliffe pout, Denmark, Richmond ceutre, Leon, Andover From New Brighton ,by Darlington PriMtfe
trchllUctmfond, by Hrcckrillf! ; Poplar From cleveland/ 1 1-y \V'arrensvi//e/ Barry, Willoughby, [ ] to *.
and Wa1. and 'Villi"msfi.laIVest WilliamsfieldKiasraan's Sal.au. Moub
Mclmore tI.uhngIlle Datruwcornll.
a! '('l to tdJj: ; I'I From to Tiliin. chagrin,IA//S// 8sl's/ Bridge crock, Auburn, Cleviland.ircm i West Salem and M yavUle Pa. & r',:!e Cntcn" :iJl1JDi V4l $4flUi!A Union*- I
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.c UrtMtviUe, Dalton, KumUr On, and n st UBMHJ, to Riclunond, East Springfield, Amsterdam, Harkni Fn m Zanwville by Rix's Mill*, CliandltTavillc and j From Ka'amor by Vicksburjj, Park Rcsirve and -Jane's Mills to Jerome. '! Wiyie hy Cedar, Leo
Woostcr. Spring*. Carrolton, New Uariinlurg [and] Waynes- Fullrtml'o to Cumberland.Fmra C'i, utrevile to iSturgU. From Andcroou by Prosperity to Alexandria.Fnmi Ne wvihle and Piuiirn?. tr.I.,. i., t>w jo er.lj
From Jfewville, bv ILt ting. an J Barnes', to Mans- burg to Clinton. Znnrsville by Lexinfjlon. New IJnnen t'>rCir- From KalimooMi by Portage, Schoolrraft anrl Flow- AndersonvilMiv Rfchland, Milroy, Moscow From tort Wayne hr Oiweai to BlnftW.
fi.'l. From Stmsburg by Friebnrg to Pail c'cville, WasLingU'ii' Wilmiiigtou! and Momiw.to. erfield to Three Rivrm. and Bine Ridge to Shelby ville.Erom From irankfurt by Berlin and Tetersburg
Prom Nw Hairenrfown. by Laraartin, Ri1orc. From Sutibnry by Vails Cro8 Road*. Porter. Spar- Cinc iunati. I From KMlamcosa by Cooper, Plainwell ami Ostegoto AlticH by Raiiifville! Andrew Ilixon's and tO O.
'p Cbi/Wni Mills, Amsterdam, and Nebo, to MooreV ta. Fredi ricstown and Shalet'e Mills to Noilh Liberty From Zaiifsvill bv Nashrtf-rt. Hanover. Cl.iv Liek, All gan. Pine; Grove to Mil fort Illinois.:; From Fnanlcfu'rtby fljsMilwn
B.ilt Work. Prom Sunburv by Porter Kin&ton.Cen'rc, Nimimni* Newark, Puta-fciil.; I'-'lumlia Centre, Hibeiuij, raidBlack From Ijikevile l by Oxford, Brandon and Eagle I From Auburn by' FairScM Centre, Torkay creek to to Danvihle.I'rt'ni .
t St, From New IJ'l) n, by GaverMcKaigV Mill*, Crr.i* Roads, Marcngo, Beunington and Lincoln t' Lick to Colvn.bus. lat he to Grovehind. ( and l Saleiui centre. to Flint.! rrankiiu by Trafalg ia Marg* ,
PungintHKi, HanUngsulle, and Mcchanirstown) to Mount! Gilead. M ICIITG AN. From Lake vile by Filmore to Altmont. From Aurora by Wilmington. Sparta Moor's Hill, M artiusrille. t,
Carrollton. From Sunfish by Jonesville and Rocky Narrow to From Ab cota to Pine Cieek. Prom ikevile by Mount Pleasant, Romeo, Ray, Milan nnd Prntti-biirg to Delaware. From franklin by Far Wm, MooretviU., v
14'L From New Lwbon.by Eit Fairficld( East Palct- Woodsfield. From Adrian to Paikor's Corners Lenan-te comity. Armcdia, and I'ichmond' to Columbu From Aurora by Wilmington, Sparta, Moor's Hill and Stilesville, to Springtotrp. .
p s tine, and Unity, to KO>HI Valley. From Sunfisb by Baies to Cardio. From Adiiuu by k'.iifield and Lyons to Ott;,ke* From L'Atice by Oiitanngf'n and Lopoint to Fond and StringtoMii fo Ver->ailes.! 1 From menort by Nicholas, KerftraodL.J
From New London, by Fitch*ilk, Olenn, nod BrouKM. From Toledo by Genoa, Elm..re. Fremont. Clydllvne -, Ohi o. Du Lac in Minesoto Territory. From Bainbiiifce' by Grovelnnd. New Maysville, I to Pleasant 'v lew.
j c ) to Nxrwalk. B Monroe\, Milan, Norwalk. lat Towns- From Adrian by Rome, Mention, Additon Wheat- From Lansing by Windsor. Eaton Rapi.l?, Spring- North Salem anti .Iaineilnwni to Letxinon. I From Gentryviile i lo Fonfiaand.
'k g from New London. by Clark.field, Wukcrnan, Flo- n d I, Wnkeman, C-imdcu Station and Oberlin to Grafton land Centre. Adams and North Adams to .Tones ille. port, Clarence ami Rice Creek to Marlml.Fiora From Bedford by Piuliook, Lecsville, [and] Wood, I From Gotbeo by MiddWwry to WUU
,4 retire, and Furnace, to Verrnillion. Station. From Adrian by RomeJCentre, Springs ille, Cambridge Ijnnsing by Alverson, Woudhul, Perry and yu \\lf to J5ro? wnetott n. I From Gwsbco by New fun aed Locksmontli.
: From New Market, by Brrj ville, and Faiifax, to From Toledo by Java, Ai, Parker's Comers, Emery. and Brooklyn; to Napoleon. Antrim to Byron. From Bedford by Bryantsville,Trinity Spring, and .
r nngsville. Blanc, Deer Lick, Domestic Bndgcwater, Nettle From byTecuniaeli, Clinton, Manchester and Na- From Lansing by Delta, Grand Ledge, Mud Creek, D ver Hill! to 3louni l'iennnt.! From Greencaitle by GrobU' Mi!,. Pot
From New Market, by FiocaUk, Ashridg, and Lake, Fish Creek, Indiana and Angola to Lucrative. poh eon to Jack>on.Frcm Dauby and Sil-vr.i to South Ca.'s. From Bethlehem by New Washington and Oregon I B.lniore. Rorkw l and! Amfeabonr to Mont,* .
;.j 't Rassellville, to Rinley. From Tiffin by Adams, Green Spring. Cl) de, York, Ada by Smyrna, Alton Yergenues to From Laming by Eagle. Portland, Maple and Lyons to Lexington. From Oreencastl by Eberte,
:. From Ne'i Market to Carrolton. North Ridire, Townsend anti Cast alia to Sand usky. Oti sen. to Ionia. From l>i omfield by UnIon to Carlisle. Motile; stud North Salem to Jamestown/ y**
I From New Paris, by Concordin, Next Madison, and From Tiffin by Bascora to Stoner. From Albian to Homer. From Lansing by Oneida. Chester, Vermontvile, From Boonoborou h to Lebanon, via Fayette and]I From Greeucastle by Brunoantown ami
& Fort Jefferson to Greenville. From Tiffin by Republic, West Lodi, Flat Rook, From Allega'i l by Holland to Grand Haven. Merit, Hastings, Glas. Creek, Gun Lake, Bradley, Fo- Tl iuinulcvsrille. to Rackille.
->. < From New Paris to New WcstuUc Fellcvue, Grototi, CiUtcr and Cooks Corner to San- From AHegan by Trowbiidge Clieshiie Blooming- gc Jiiul Proctor to Allc an. From Boonville by Crowvile anti Polk Patch toIliintingbnrjj. Fn ni Qreenttistle by Rasaelvile, Wareiaj
From New Philadelphia; by Stono Greet, Rogers- du sky. dnle and 'avcrly to Pawpaw. From Lansing by West Windsor, Charlotte, Walton I Jartaonvile to Covington.
>ill\ and Bakers ville, to Cliili. From Toledo by Hardv Swantown, Delta, E. scx, From Allegau'by Pine Plain mid Manlius to Sau- and Olivet to Mar.-lial. From Bowliru/ Green by B-lle Air, Anguillo, Lewia I From Grrenenasle by Putnamtile, Catanct
From New Portage. by Norton Centre Western Oltokec, Zedron, Alston, Elmiia,West Unity and Durbin's ga tuck. From Lansing by DcwittLainsburg Enterprise and nnd! BnrHeu MilN! to Carlisle. I ba to Spencer. ml c.
; ; Star Wwdeswutlb, and River Styx( to Medina. Corners to Brj an. From Allegan to Pawpaw. Haitwehile to Bryon. From Bowling Green by Jourdan Village and Santa I From Gremfield by Mount Comfort GermanL
i.11 From New Richmond by New Palestine Mount From Tmy Cmii.glon, Robinsons and New Harrison From Almoiit by Dryden, Amboy, and Etna to From I aneer by IjJithron's Mil*, Oregon, Ne in'a I Fe to (} *porL I Lnitrenct*. Millersvile and Rroad ** 1
Pisgab. Locust Corner, Batavia, Owemille. Newtonsille i to Greenville. Fanner's Creek. MiN, Maratlinn, HayV MiU'nnd Fort to Pine Run. From Bowling Green by Hausertownto Point Corn-1 From Greenfield by Harrington. Ulumbl
% Edeuton, West Wood i ille, aud Blouihcsler, to From Tipper's Plains by Long Bottom to Chester. From Ann Arbor by Websfrr, Northfield, Ham From Law ton in Paw Paw.From men re. I dloton and Mention to Eden, in Hancnck Count p ,
Eduard.villc. burgh and North IIamiurli: to Hon' >ll. Lexington by Bark Shanty, Cherry Creek From Bowling Green by Plunge Creek, Lewis and I From Greensburs by ifilhousen, N .
From NewtownV Fnlls to Milton. Frotn Twinsburg by Solon, Orange and Atwater to From Buttle Creek by Climax Prairie, West Climnx Foiret\ile i Chase's MiN, Em! Cieek. \Whifcimib's I i Siloa to Curli.*!.*. I ware, North Hognn MoncLester, Wri&'s>W fcV
; -. From North Fairficld, by Uijloyville' to GreenicL Ediuburg. Pavilliou I Brady{ Schoolenift. Prairie. R->nil!'',, :u iN and BrakeinanV MiU! to Point An Barques.; I From Bowling, Green to Brn/il. I Irtwrencebnrgr. Etizabtthtown. OH, CI A2 Ch
Station. From Union by Centre, West Baltimore and ItLicalo Deeatur, Little Pa nine Roudc nut! Pickets Coimrs, From Ij 'K.k'<> Station by Burr Ooak and' Ujxirto to Prom Bradford by 'Vest t Bedford. Buffalo. I'tdaski I,, 1 l lI. Rid-je and Cheviot to Cincincatti. **

f *- From Niwalk. by Peru, Nuitb Fau field) and Steu- Caf tine. to Li Grange. C entrei1o. Winamiie. Ni>rth Bend. Yellow River, Sliijo, Bli-wvile From Oreenobnrg by Kingston, '
riv hey, to New Haven. From Upper Sandusky by Del Vernon, Sycamore,, From Battle Creek by Pilt..rdJi'lm.tnrn. Bristnlvillc From "Lyorn by Fair Plains, Ronald Centre and I North Liberty and! Sumption Prarie to South Bend. liamstowii to Milto Spring Hi! _
>;$ From Oberlin to La Grange Mexico, Melmore and Bloomingvile to Republic Baltimore, Hastings Irving. MidtIls ilk! Caledonia Noitli Plains to (ireenvile. I[ From Bradford (or Motion) by Cathcart to RensaeIier From Greensbun,' by Clifljr, Harlsvue
From Orange to Youngsluxi Fiom Upper Saudutky by Browutown to Mar Wliitnejsville to Gr.md; Rapid.. Fri'Manchester to Clielseo. < I Newbern to Coluinbnst &p,
? '?$ From Oiicida Mills to Leesvillc seilles. From Battle Creek by AbscoUi and Union City toColdwalcr. t From Manche'tr to (Siacs Lake. From Bremen. Ohio, by Fort Recovery, Portland I : From Oreensbnrjr to Rusliville.

Cf From Oxford by Mixeisville, In, Springfield, and From Urbana by' Wcstvile, SL Paris, Aleu's and t From Marquette by L'Ance to Eagle River. 'nnd Camden to Hartford.' I }'Jom Hagerstown by Dalton. Lorefivj ,
: ; Whitecomb, to Biook ville. j Fletcher to PJqi.; From Battle Creek by Yorkvilr! Rbhlnnd, Prai From Manjuclltt l by Little Bavde NiMjuct to Green I From Brownstown to S >vmour. I W indsor. Parker, rairview and awtt
.rT Qmncy to
From Painsville, by liillbouoe, Thompson. South From Urbana: by Westvil< Milerslown, Careysvile, rie vile! Fulton, Yankee Spring-*, Middlcville, Caledonia Bay.From From Brown->town to Rockfi.nl. I From Hagerstown bv Uiihuiport fo'MtdoriJ Cwndwi.
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Thompson, Monttille, and Huntsbunr. to Middleficld.L Palestine arid Plafovile to Sidney.From and Whitnc\&ville, to Gram; ; ] liapM Marshal by North Mar nnl, B.-levne South I Ina. From Brownstown by Houston to TUoonimgfon. t From Hamilton by RieLIand, York, clear Lak*
: ; Prom Painesborough, iu Highland County, to Trauqnility. ,: Urbana by We&tvile, Baker, Christiauburg, From Bellc\uc by Kalamo and Veimontville to A. \ A <> ria,Maple Gore, Castlitou and Hastiu-'s 0 From Browiiftown by Freetown, Jlilo, and ChristiaiHburjr. I Cumden to Heading; Michigan. *m&
/3XiSfc'i: : and Cai town to Tioy. South Cflss. to Middlevile. to Nashville. t From Hartford by the most direct road to Wet.n.
From Painesville, by NoriL Bloomfield, to Wett From Van Omen by Portage Cross Roads, Ten From Blissville by East Ogden and West Og.'en to From Mv.-hal by Teknnba. BiurliTtln. Uni"n'city, Front Brook\ille.by Wvnn. Monnt Carmel PLilanIhropy I re -
Grnville. Prnn. Mile Creek, North Ridge [and] Belmore to Ridge- Fairfield.Fiom i t Sherwood. Leoni Jht. From Piketon, by Gibson, to Flat l land. Bridgeport by Fiaakcuniutli and Worth toVae | to Constantine. From Brookville. by Blue Creek, S'uth Gate, St.I Cork to North }I'an.
: From Panlding to Chariot. From Ynnghnsvile by Gomnr, Dclphos, Van Wert, r.From. I I From Murbhal by Tcconsha and Girard lo Cold:I L tii, Kelso, Logsui. anti Bright to Ijinrenceburp. From Huntingdon by the Plank Road to
From Pique, by Lockingt/m. Houston, Wynant, Loramies. aud Recruit to Fort Wayne, la. Briijlilon by Xoith Brighton, Hartlnnd andTyionc I Water.Vr From Brook*ille by Oak Forest. Jennings, Olden 1 M ile. Libertf
,,. Minster, New Bremen, St. Mary' K<*suth:, i From Walhodcn by Tirertou and Danvile to Democracy. to F nonilp."From { < m Marshal by Cedar Lake, Newton aud Culver b anj. and Ro >burg. to WinteMville. I Erom Huntingdon by MaysvnV, Warren, Mootpe.
.i ; Deep Cut. Arcadia, Drlphos! Doylettowu, Dog Creek, Brorisoi/s Prairie to Oilar.d.i, Tndiju.n. to Ab! cota. t From BnH.kville by Blue Creek, SL PetersHerman I H er. Black ford and rranvile! to Maneietown.
: ft :, Mural. Charloe, to Junction. From Wapakonnelta by Unionopohs, Wa nesficld, From Biookhn by C ilimbin, Liberty, South Jackson : j Fio-ai Menominec River to Kewenaw Point, Lake j Milan: and Slringtowu to Yersailles. (i From Huntingdon by Tfaeey. Murray, Blufflon
.. ,. From PitUburg, by Courfneyville, Sewieklyville, Roundhead and] McDonald to Keiiton. I and Burnett's coiners to Spring Arbor. j Superior.i From Bnxikville by Oak Forrest Jcnnlug's, Olden I Nottingham. Penvile. New Mount PleasantDeerfieU,,
I v.' 1.. Sewicklj Bottom. Economy. Badeo; Freedom, Beaver From Wiincn by Bar.eta, ei-nGrecrisburg, Phelps, Prom Rrownstovin by 'VoodvilIe. Huron, Romulus, i Fro-ii: Milford by Wjli.smsvile. Brid-jje.vile, Horse, b urg. RosnbiiHrif to Greenburij. I Monnt Holly Hill Grove (Ohio) and Mount Heron
( ..t" .r Rochester, New Brighton.: Darlington. Knou Valley New L\me and Ix-nox' lo Jefteison. Belli ville and) Kin\M< flie to Ypsl.u.ti.: C nos Roads. Fcder.il ,burg_ and East New Mat Let t From Biuin's Cross Roads, by BelLany and Rus G toreenvile.
'- Eai Palestine.! Now Waterford. Columbian.-, Salem I', From Wan en by Lordbiowii, North Jackson and Fiom C'nmden by M"r nnville. Bird, Attica, rnrca I- (Md.) to Cambnilge. sell's MiiN to C. \5ngton.From I From Indianapolis by New Bethel Pleasant View
1k : Damaicoville, East Westville, Alliance: Mount Union Elsnorth to Salem. |t ci, Chesterfield, Lng* Mctnaioiaand Riga to Whitefonl. From Miuecota Mine lo mouth of Ontanngon River. BhKuningtou by White Hall. Sp ncrr. Van Braudywine. Shelbyvife, St. Ouier. Greensburg; H-r*
ic '4 '. Marlboro'! Mnxino, South Rome, Louisville, Canton, From Washington by New GoHengcn. Senecavile, tl lalia, Bowling Green, Cl.rialie's and Wauhoo, to Tier I inon. Cook, Guilford and Lawrenoebun to Craciaut.ti .
S4 Mustillon, Nortb Laurence. Baugleman, Orrville:, Mount Ephrrum, Snrahsille.. Olive hart n Gardner, Fim Cafsnj-olis by EdwanUturg and Adams\ille 1 From Minrsnfa Mine along the mineral ridge by the [ h aute. I OIk
: Wooater. Millbiook, Big Prairie, Plyrnpton, Slireve. South Olive, Repnit i's MiN and Cla tona to Lowcl. | I to ))1 kt) : it. Iniii.iiKi.I forest and Norvick Mines to Lake Ago\ibi I From Bloomington by Stamford and Salisbury toBl'Kimfield. From Indianapolis by Bridgeport, Plainfield, Carters'iurtr
V.4... -. Londonville, Perry ville, LUCAS, nud Jluiiillc, to Crestlino. Prom Washington C. II. by Stauuton, Moons, Lees- : Fiom Charlotte bv Clictfer and South Cass to Boston. I I From M"n'oe by Ginflon, Exeter, Oaktile and I I Belvile. Clayton, Pecksburg. Morruvile! Cb-
; l bur,; And Samnntha to HiNbnro. l Paint Creek to Ypselanti.! From Bloomington by While Hull to Point Born natiw. Cofttavile, Oreencastle. Putrmmvlle, Jlarfian
.. ::1'.4. From Perryeburg, )by Miltouville, and \cEton, to I ;; From Washington C. H. by Jt (flerFon ilk, South'' Prom Charlotte bv Carlisle, Bellcvue, Verona and From Monroe by Dunkiik to Buffalo. meree. ReeNvile, Harmony, Brazil, Stanton, Van Burn aaj,
**: *. Gilead. Solon, Grape Grove, Jfiincsfo\ui. New Jasper, Xenia. i Penfitld to Hat tie Cieek.Fifin From, Monroe by flat Rock,Taylor Browntown and I From Bluffton by Fotttnsham. Rennville, New ML: overland to Terre IT.inte.
i 4 From Petersburg by New Springfield, North Lima, I, 1 Eunka Mils nnd Belbnx to CetiUmle. I II Charlotte b\ Chester, Roxana' and Dsiiibvto Dearbonvile to Detroit. I h Pleas, and Deerfield to %\ iichiester.From From Indianapolis by Castlet/,JToblpnvik Cfero
and East Louiotown, to Columbiauu. I From Washington C. II. by'Convenience, Austin I Portland. j Fr"m M-.nroe by E'ist Rain'vile. North Rainsvile, Rurlincjtyn by New London to Kokomoi I Arcadia,Shield vile, Tipton.Shnrpvile.! K.ikonarWant
,' From Poland, liy Eirt Lewistown. to Columbiana. nud nnkfort to Chilieote. I From Clayton Canadaigna aiul Medina to Mo j London. Milan, Yuik, Saline and Lodi to Ann Ar- I From Cambriese "by Sack-ionburg, Hnjmrjtown I, Spring.Wawpefcong and Palo to Pern.
? : From Ptilaml, by Youujj-itowu, (iirard, Nile*. Warren From Wntei \ ille by G rov 1.t. Champion, Soul Ling-ton. Fanningt n, I Paikman I, I Rid-revile Corners and Oak to Birau. I j Clayton by Dover to Sotieea. | From Monroe by Ida, Summerfield and Deerfieldt I I Anthony. \\heeling. Tr.-uk arid Sonesbcro, to Marion. b anon. Thornton, Colfax, Claris Hil and Suker't
t. Burton, Claridon Chirdau, Concord, aud Pulncs>'ile! : Wa\uc-H\ie! to Spiin bt.ro. From Clinton by IKbtuti, Salem and I'itt-f.eld t I, ; t Adrian.! | Fro iT Cambridge to Hagarstawn. I Corners to Lafayette.
!, .. to Fuirport : From VVeN\ie! by Glasgow; Wci-t IVmt.New Lls'bon ( Yji ;hni.Fiom: j From Morenci! by Goih.im, Mil Creek, Domestic, From Cir.ibri.Ige by M'lt in. Cormersville, Everton From In'hiannpnhis by Sonthport,Grepnwood.'Wortbvile. -
4 ;.1'L- Picnklin Sjn.iie. Sa'ein! Noith B.rmini'liarn., (Colnnibiiiby Memphis, }'.i3l Berlin and West 'i W st Unity aol LkM| u to Evan: =j-ort. and Blooming Grove to Brookvilie. j[ Frankh'n. Amity. Edmbure, Taylorsville, Colnm-
f to Medina."Fiom North Beiiti n, IKirfitld and Beilin to AInK'iit. 1 From Carlisle Liriton to bus Elizabethtown;
.. yettc, ( Ediuburg Cumpbebpoitto L i Fro Mo-cow by Sumrnersit, Wbealland and Pitt- by Wortington.f t t GannooAvilJe. Seipio. Greenville,
Port.-m ulli. by RocknHc, Vimct-bnrg. Stouts Ravcna. I IFiom }101t Cnitiuiiie: by White Pi,,etti tolliree RiviV ford! to Hud-op. f F/om Carlisle by Black creek. Marco. Buck creek | V ernon. Dopont and North Madison to Madison.
1 Malutla. ConooH, Jllwrsilc'iVuic liuuae, Mauohebtcrami W lavile bv Inverness, Sains\il! .t, HastingiK' *- er s. Fsoni Mount Clemens by Viena, Ray and Ray Cen1 Ncwbary, Scotland Pleasant Ridge, Owensburg and I From Indianapolis by Broad Ripple. CarmeL Eijle
: ; .' Maysrillr, to Ciueiuinti.: \ Njtii-tn\\n to Mintrvn. j t Prom Cornum I.y IIunujhrevVLtli iu New 1! tie to Ron co. i ii i S pingviIe! to Bedford. Town, Bovtey. Normonda end Alto to Kokoma.
1. From Portsmoutli.' by S.t'rlleVh1ertLur' -r, Vi'iatl:' ile by Eifct: Liverpool, Liltle Beatir, Hjnen, t', Cl.e-! ni.iii_ i 1'jo-n Mount Clemens to Romeo in Macomb cnnn- 1 From Carttraburgh by White Lick Danville. Now I From Indianapolis by Aujpista. Eagle Vila t;
.. Franklin )Furnace, Fri'ucli ( iiit, Hfin iiigKuck; Iron-' Bridge nn-1 l.in\illc> to Ad or. \i Front CoruniM, by O-.vnsto, Rush, Ci.enssning and t tt. tyia the! 1'lru.k Road. Mavsville, CarpentersilleBainbriege.; Pi.rtlnnd MilNHollandbur Northfield. Kirks Cro s Rond-i, Michiifantown. Middla-
'. : ton, Coal Grove, Gicenv'b; St'-re. Ituilin/toii, Guyjiiiclottc li .in \'t-!(rs% ji(,C4 h tin''Liati Counlv, 1.v Kn<.xvil S Chat l.s to Scaiiaw.Fiom Fr ':'ii ilount Cit mens by Littles nnd Ira lo AlgoIUC ) RfAk*ille, Annuiiburg and Mouttzu- fork, Burlington, Carroll and Deer Creek to Logtnsp. -
S I Va, Qjukrr Bottom, MilU-i'B. Swan Cu-tk, l Richmond, Bloomin ilal.\ S'iuitlitkl1Iutui.. 1'leaa.it.t Cioten by Giai.d; Tracr nil Mackinaw! toS.iult ; i ma to Hi liland. | p. .
P I p4; Green Bottom. Hen-ford, South New C/-tle! Haeeoou aid G'letian.. to St. L'l. :r MV. St.. Mario. Fr m Ni'.-* by R.rrien Spring to St. Joseph.i I| From Charleston by Sylvan Grove, Blue Lick, From Indianapolis by Greenfield. Knijfhtstov
j. Jlitui.J I ]. Giilliiwiis. l'int J'leasnnt, .1tdJ1n, Cheiii! From 'b% JetlVrson by We.-t Oanaan, DarbvCietk Prom Dexter by Ingruh.im Centic to Mason in Jr I- i Fr m t.etann.ii to t'i' southeast fjuaiterof section ''Chtsnut Hill, South "nut-tori, Saem.! Texas, Bouo, Rnysvile, LewNviIf, Diiblin.) Cambridge, East Oermantown -
,4 .: JSilvcr! Run.: and Salisbury, to Poim-ioy. I Duliv Plains, Robe D.Je, ilechaui.oLuaigand'Mutualto 1 g nal.iii 1tu.y.: cIev.'ti, Towi-)liiji foity tine, tang? forty one, in the Lawrenrejurt and Spring MilN to Bedford. : and Eaton, Ohio to Dayton.
From Portsmouth by Sii .to. txi Iioti Fuitace. Uibana.* -, From I)c\ter by Unadilla, Stcck! ri-'jc! and In;lanito coun v of Ontonasjon. From Ceik'reviile by Green's Fork, Econtmy and I : From Indianapolis by Clermont. Brownsburg;Krf-
'. k Fiom Powhattau Point. l>y Captiana. Aru.atr/Is 4 FiomVett JelTcr'on, by Waluvi to Mechnniob'inj. I.l.-.ll.. Fr in Ot Milla, Dcallsrille. and Pilch* r, to Mul.iga Fi.tnnVeet L'lx-ity by Piekeiitown, to Delaware.Fiom ) :. IVom D.-xtf-r l.I5i) e Luke, Pinekmry, Hist Marion R aIls.i I; From Centr.'vilie by Bloorrin-Tport to Lynn. I' ville.From
1 Fnuii) Providence, by Gilead, Sliuuk, Medary, and Webt Milton by Laura, l'.iiutcr Cie .k aud 1 and il.iiioii in H.rutM. ) F oni Ocao by Rn=.h to C.ca.irimr.! : Fn-iu CLarleatou by Jel7<.raonvile! to I ouisville.Ky. In.lianapois by MonrcsviTe to Monrovia
e ; Buoke; c. to Pleasant. Poplar Hulgp tn Greenville.Fiom | Fiom 1) ...iiur I station: by Little Prairie Rom.'e' F nut (Owi.-.o) by 1'. iiiiin. toii, Mi-U'cburg! Bengal, Fiom IiidntnarxiIN by Hampron Danvile, New
-e From Riiiu-j'fcirounh' to Tran nihty.'I Webt Unii'ii by Wn oncrs's' Itpplc, Stouti I, MaiollUa, Urn- 11. FluWellirld! I Ccii'i e toToiee;, Kivrr* Dnll l s nnd! Sti-i y Crn k to Lyi>n "From Ch.ir'< *fon bv Ilubbnrl."ienni.. Cl.irksljoroiiKh Winchester, New Mayvlle.Bainbridjje. PortlandMiJ!
From Rav *nni, by Slialeigville, Freedom, aud Gz r- Roekville. rind f.ierid-l.ip. to IVrtsmoulh.Erom i From Dettoit) by K<-<.nc, Trehton, ftil.rnlt,! r, Fr m twa- by I Hall( Dupbn, Greenbush, lissex :: Little Yoik and Tumpi) to I'.rowiutown. } Roelcville! and Amiesburfr to Moiitpzuiua.
retUulle.-to Hir.un. I WiiccIeii-biHg, Ly Juni ,r, Kclle)'KMills, ElizCumpblfll Riowiitt"\\n, Newp. it, 1'iest, ilonro, La Sal'e, Eric rid Mat.ieitoa: to LNOII i Fro.il Cit.ciuuatus by Stllesville to Mount \ah- From Inilianapolisby Olive. GIcr/3 \ aley, far West,
From Recovery, by St. Hcary'a and St. John's, to I a'tAi'h, Patriot and Thuiman to Vint. n.i and .Maiil.attau, I to T..K! 4h lo.1'roni j Fir-ni I'.iw Paw by Iviwrence: Arlington, Breeds in gtoti. Martiib vIe and Bryant's Creek fo Bloomingtiia
J'.'. C Fiom Wheeling! va, by Mnrtin's Fciry, O, C ,krJ r- Dtitii; to Clciliml.Frm : v-l:1!.; ann Hmi er t" S.-irth I!;i\en. From riark-Lun; by New Silem Rush ville, Smel- From Indiai.apoli* F by Sugar Creek. Kinder. Drble. -
j' 1 From Republic to Buevru.fiI J iii,). Mount I'ii nsunt.: Ail.-un, I lairisviU. j'hort Ci eel Ditro-ton the I'Ujnor.tli Pnnk! Roal. thit U' From I'. \\ Paw by Irr'pect Lake, Hamilton, Keel ser*< MiiN and I'n'eight l Lewi-villc. I \\ Morristown nud Beeeh Grove to Ku hvil .
From Republic, by Adam's and Butternut Ridge, Cadiz. DeeiMille. Feed SPI11.. UnlruksAille New tl-e tonn .hpi! of (IriiSeld! R'df.r.l, Ln'onu aLdPlj.ii'.uih I | l rille IJiiubridg: ** and ,1iiI'irv to St. Ji' epb. 'I from CI..rk't Hill by Lauramie and Concord toRomney. From Jap- by Ferdinand and Fnldo lo Tt\.y.
; p.M; to Green Cri-.-k. j PbiUdeljibia Can-il. Poerbtra.burD.ardotrs Mills, i to I Notth\iile. 1 From' Pine: R'n in Geneve C. nni\ to Arbela Cen- From Jasper by Alfre IviI to Mount Pleasant
r,1-- : From Il.i 4ItOwfl. b}' North Norwich. t> Sf ub.-n. i fieas >' Stoie, Mount Eaten, and Apple Creek, toj I From Detioit toSau'.l: : St. M.n>. !il'r.ni re iu Tu.-oJi County. i1Vopi From Clinton Lork by Clinton, Indiana Furnace, From Jasper by Huntingburg DaIeGeatrevile and
From Itiplcy:; by D. c-ttnr: IIcKuuugrille, au-JNuith I I j W.KH-tcr. l). titit by jt.i ),.,iiviflr.ne, S'utit Plnuitli. 1'incktiey, 1 by Ph.iufield, WLite Oak and: Imlixna B.il I Iwii.svilio. Illn: < Pari*. Oakland to Rookport.
::9 I; '1 Libeity, t.. Yonnsttown. Yior.Vheeling, by flrileiicirt, 0 SL CLtir:!. n : p-iluit1. Arii .''rb. r. cio, Jex'er, (iit1.e:a, Wlipatful.l tWi'lliamstown.: : From, CVtfee creek by Va'parai' Porter X Road*, From Jerome by West Liberty, Balis and Neblot's
1,; From R doj, by Brown's Corners, and Bloom, to rule. Ih.yd illt., Ilp.II I ) I h.iihi ysh.urg. f.uirvit'I. 1 flhtCI-Ct. ilt. ( t:: I.tke. Ii.nui, slihi.LIt, Ceuitr C, j Fn-ni Plymouth to Brodina and Superior to Ann IWn Grove, I Hebron. Outlet, West ero.k. Cedar Like t to Alexandria.
.'- r \VtxKJbury. Mi.IdkbuirnValitigt'ii1* Canbiilgc, New Cuncouiqj1 : R.tt ry. Gi.iI.'s SItti.ai, AIiij.! !:tr4 C', I Arbor. ,.Hickory I Point, V.'intirlJ, Dc p River and rillmore f From JelTersonviT* by H.imbnrg. Viena. Newry,
t'I L -. From Rochester, Pa., bjBfaur, jgIctr-] Smith'e ( iintl jlric! ilte to Zines ille. MM J11lI, Cii eCO. I itLle Ci ct-k, Cliii nhBon, ( ae S. i From Portage Like to Li An P.L. j back to CotTte creek. ?yaiour liix-kforj, Joaesvile, Wayuesvile, Wa1bo >-
.4 Ferry Lhtle B-'avr Biids 0, Calcutta.* Cann-m's Fiom Wboe'in'a.. bv short (CreekVarrent"n.. O buig, Comtek, K.dati.az-o, P..w JV.v, Malta* au, From IVntiar I bvVaterf>.rd (.'ciitr*. White I-ike, I From Colfax by Frankfort to Miclijtjantxiwn. T and Columbus! to Iihinhur .
C Mills, New Lisbon. Buck's, >Vw Garden.] New Alexander WeliBburg.' .Steubenville.'O, Ji-ddo, Elli.tilli't l'ui rt Liv.-t<.ii, Decatnr. Dou-i'.ri.ic.: :<,'],-, Biiel-anaii, Iii\tp- l "I I F 4 nt"r\ile, 'Irote.. Linden, Arg'-ntine, LMIVII l i. Prom Columbia by Pampana to Wolf Lake. I From Campbelton to Anderson
: '- .:s. Ne. Chainberbburg, Moullrie, New Franklin, homer, arid l Mouth of Yellow Creek t-j WelUvillc. tjn, Now Buffalo and Michy-ai City: luJiua', to C'LIcog" : Vernon. S'.i;' ir.lan.! Comma, to Osvta. 'I f From Columbus by TayU>r bnrg, Nashville anilI'nionvillc j From Kirk's Crisis Ro.id. by Frnnlforf, Kilmore,
I I Paris and Oz.mbur t-i CisLit.n.1i | FjuuiiViliiinbuir.! : by do la Pahuu, Unioa l'laii: I ILnrb'i j Fr. m Pontr..c by Ball: il iinriin. New Canndnigua, to Iloiinuiuugttuu. I Rnssvile anti] Prince Wiliam to'DelpliL
From HiclimoriJiile; by Jbdoiideiry, lligle Millb Buford an-I Ncun to Ncnmniki From iMn.itby. IJos'-xilie, Mornt: Clemen New "Oxf-.rd, Mttamoia and! Farmer's Creek to I/ipeer.i From Columbus by Jon.-svi'.le to R<>ekf. i ( k and Blooniin ville to Ijnn. | From Willi.iinbuig by SnrJiuia and riucastle I to Havta, Columbia, St. Cisir i.iJ ilaek'b Pbee to IViti Fiom Pnutiie P.'tiiac! by W terf'rd Centre. C'im- From C..iuml I:, ::4 Fiom Salincsville by !tdanutown, Feroghfield, Scott. i Huron. j mciee. Milford: Highland, Hartland; OccuLt Cvnt.u loI I Mio.! M.-r-ney nr'd Htt. millcto Bedfonl. From Kn1.rhtstown by Carthage, Morristown and
i % )rlaein Spring, Kilgoie, Gennauo and Fife to Ca From Wikeill I.y Eagle furnance and Winlon''I II I Fr-m Detioit by tl.e Plank Uad: ).luuut Clerncn IC I l l.'ell. I From C'.nnerbille by Ham-tV.r; tn Btiitonsville. Fre port to Shelby vile.
: : diz. ] furnace, to McAitl.ur., ) j j and Alinont to Lajwrr.FromDaroitby I From Pontiae by Water fond, An tin. CIark! r>n. From C-rytl-.n) by Sharps MilLs to Leavenworth. Fmm Kn'ghtstown: by Spiceland. Grpeua'ooro, Caiz.
.c... From Sabiua by Quinn's Mills and Lcc'a Creek to Fiom Wihuniebuig by New Harmony, tN I ]Jtyd{ Oak nnd Birmin-lnm I toPoi.tiac. .Springfield, Gro\ eland, Stony" Run, oi..I Grand Llaf.cI From Crawforda\ by Independence and Pin* tl Meehcnsburg and Ovid to Anderson.
It Highland. Hope. I I to Flint. VHI.t-e to Oxf rd.Fnrtu From Knox to River.
tdP' From Salem by North Georgetown \Vinel.esler.. From Wiiouehby;] by \1ayfi.l.l to Gate's; MilN.Pr.nn I I t Fiom Dcfn.lt by Greenfield Hfrd.] Plank Road, !' Fn-in Poiiti.ic: by J'.ihpaoJ: :. Jersey, Bran lot I. CrawfonlsviTTp by Waynestown, Hillsboroanil I From Laconia by Elizabeth, Corvdon, New Salsbirrs -
S From Snlem by New Albany, Canf5 Jd, Or.nwi ilmlngton h by) Oakland and ilarrej sburg to'Waynesvillc Farrni-iijton.: N.nr.j Jlirk i- ; 0 Obla Tiwra. Warren, Bri t<.Uillf. North BloomfiYld% b Bri0'Kt..n. (G.rioa, Howe II. n.-R.it, Fowlers;. I < k. i I From Crawforilsville by Ladoga to New M3vi'vilh*. tiiwbiirp to Pekin.
.) -C Orwell Fiom Filminjjton Poit l C'arktnn! Easle Lake. Goodrich From Crawfordstille by Pleasant Hill!, Neiv town I, t From Lafyetteby I ricu9
: ., Roma, Morgan, Eiiyluville atd Jtffti.ou to by William. Paintcrsvill:, ; I'lii-lp-town. Willi.-imstown! ai.d Sandf..rd t-i I/uising. From PAintiac by Delphi and Loeipoil
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; &litahula.tI' Lumber tonainl New Burlintj'on to Spri'ig Ynllev. J From De\\itt Blr.gl.aui! aud Grceubiwh tj 1>i Cpia.n. :- I) soiivile. n.u-iilson Centre, Richfield, Forrest anJ Rob) Roy and Attica to VS'illiam port, to Logun.=[port.FJOIU .
)4, From Sanduisfcy to Toledo. From ilmmU'ii bj New Antioch, Snow HiliXiwVienna. Va> by Ros-.Tu'e.. Steam Mflg? Mirf n*
From Sampon ly Ablcittaxillo to GiepnTille. Highland. ccbnrij. Centrefield Greenfield I, i j From Detvitt by Rilev and WeMphalia] to Mjple. | Pontiicy! Aisbura.! Troy, Plumb Brook, U- MilN to Kirk's cro>s Roatls. Fork. Russiavjlc, Riclmrdsvile, Nbw London and Al-
Fiom Sevey Mile'byJafk-nnborough. Wet Klkt-n South Salem and atta's, to Chili<-otl) e. Fiom I.wKiac by La: (Jr.i C..SM.JK.IH., Vandalia'fwburg t tic.i and Sacketi t to Mount Auburn. I From Crawfinli-vili! liy Grecncastle, Ijid'-gn, nndCarpentersviil 1 to to K'ikomn.
114 Gratia, Wat Alexandiin, Jx>nisbui >li, From Wilmington by Cuba, Martiu tiIc.! Lynch I- and Three[ Rivei% to t'eiitreviHe. From Puiuir.e. by Strait's Lakilkd! Lr.fce, to Bainbridge. From Lafayette by Independence! Wiiamsport
Her4wn. Cagtine nud Foil JeiTertvui{, to Kuf.lieniin Grt'cnuille l. burg, Sharpsillc, \\9lettcvile! to I IIilNbr.ro') From Dundee Ijy Sumntrvllc! nuJ Lambeits\ille S uth Lyons, nnd Giavel Run to Ann Arbr.! t From Crown Puiut by Merrill-ville and Hobart toLr.ke Rains vile ansi Oxford to IriiDow (II)
; .. Prom Seuecavi.le by Bullilo and Dyeu/s to Cam From \\'inehe-ter, by Milners ille, Paoli, and Albany I to Toledo, Ohj. From Port Huron bv Burdnillc to Lexington. j jKioaluiwy Station. Fr.'m Lafayette by PooUvile, Independence, WJImrmport '
:. bridge. to Port, Wa hiiurton. Fiom Dundee I) lo 5 nmner5tM.I'i I ; ti All ;hsny.: Fiorn Deerfield by Rld cvp.le, Emmett vilie. FiirVi and Rainsvile to Oxford.
; From Shnrenville by West ChebU-r, Bethany and From \iIihiBP. by Whitestown, Olt.iwa, Port )m) Eyle River by Beoftloy'dTorMi Lato, Por r-1 F>oni (iuinrv by B.itlr and CLirenJon l, Iliiron. iew, Albany. Granville; and Rojton to WLeeling.Frotn From Larayptte by Covfn ton. Terra Haote. Poml
I Monroe to Blue lulL Clinton, nnd( M.nbehead| ( to Siuilu.kv. t age Lake and Hoirht..iu\ pori.lg Ji.tv. Prom Heading by EJi-iburg, Wear Lake, I-n: liana: Deerfield by Boundary and Salamouia to I Commerce, Bloon.fleld, Newbnrg and Petersburg tovanscile.
*.. ; Fnwn Shtlby by DeKalb and Fiom Woodrfieldbv Lewis ille Sommerfield.Bvrne, From Elkhi.rt to (roehtr, to M.tFrom- F ort Recovery, Ohio E .
Bueyrus. Suiplur Springs to Slsiffor.l. Ma U-rton. Haiii.tiie.: MM.IIe Crwk. Regnici's F1-oTl: yaiiuiiIugioIi by North nrn.iiigton, Wci It Rochester by Mount Vernon, anti l Mere to I Fioai Defiance by Brunersburg.Farmer,MHo.New- From Lafayette by Attica. Poland. CovingtonLod-
f From Sharp'a Fork by Pleasant Mills, Auiclia, I/n\tr Salem, Bourn, and fearing: h io..nfieltl! an'.l l'ane 14tLe ti Pi'ntj.ue_ R* men. villo, M uit Hope, Auburn, Richlaml centre, Lisbon I. v ile. Moiteznma: and Numa to Terra Haute.
1 M 11. K fcecau and Clnncyville to MeCoiinellMillo.Valley 'Woody'a lo Marietta. Fi'ttui i lint 1.v ( ti's c, 'fIi.t: fur I. h1ine ltn, Ri iJ From Romeo, By Piwrv. So >tt ville. Alljerlaon.B. I. Irving and AlLion to Noble Iron Woiks. From Lafayette bp M' ntrcelo. Winimack, North
'; 4Pj h From Sheffield Lnko by Avon Lake to Uovvr. From Wood fi-ld by Graysvile! Antiooli to Cod Ip ort cei.tre nn't East S'gaiiaw t.. S.ag.iiv. .-< ckaxvnv, Ljnn. artul l Meiril *- # 4;e From Sdney by lYatt Quiucy, 1)eGrafTatid Ix> r.n's Lanping, Jolly flint's Mills, Lawrence and Ix>w- Fr 'rn iTcdoiii.i by Lin.a; an 1 rl:l..ICd to S\lb-an. if..\alOak, by Troy, R.xIster and OakiiJ! terville. and Sparta to Wilmington. Dayton. Wyandotte, Winabip'sMil
ville to ]Ikllffontaine gan er Lawrence to Marietta. From Gondiieh by Dui-ontiU.! .. Davis."n eentr\ to 1-ikcville. I From Delphi by Camden. Carroll. Ciittenjlen, Gal and Jefferson to Frauefi.rt.
:IIj;;# 4 From Sliulcraville by Strefet Voro*, Hi d on, Pmntula. Fr Ki tcli field and IIin<*kly to Biunitwick. Nashville and BI.-u-Ic! Cieek to Iltiniphreysvilla.Erom J t hOWL Sagnaw. Wash'n 'ii nii'l R"iiie to Almont.Fiom t Shush to Marion.Fiom IlLFrom
; From Somerset to JackiMintown. Woosfer by n.iin, Reodsburg Jermnesvillo, IVom Grand H.ivn: l by M .kcgMi, Wl.ife La1 c Sagonavr: by the E.iMeru Siila of the lower DelpM to Pitt burr. La Ornnrc by Angola, Mets and Spring Lak'
I From Sydney. LY Valentia, Dinsmore. 'Wopab- Haytiville, Mifllin, Mnn fii-M, Ontario, Riblett's, Ga- Pentwetcr, P.-rie and Poh.t S.u),!.. tu MaaisUt-u. Peninsula :>iul Duncan) on Sheli. yjaii! !15 L.v to M.ukiiuc From Dublin by New Lisbon aud Daron to New- to West Unity Ohio.
: :. t konetta, Lima, K.iHila. and FraneonU, to Chnrloc. lion, and Oleutangy to Bucyruf.p'ion From Grand Ibiven to Milwank:*. Piom Sigan.-iw; to Sriii'l, Traverse Hay. east le. From La Grange to LTm*.
j: From Simmon's Rim by Moha\\k to Newea tle. \' by Sn.itlivillc, Mar hallville, Easton From Grand Knpilby l A'i.-ti>rlity. North cannon, From Sajanaw by Duncan and Mackinaw to Sault From Elisabethtown, Ohio, by Harrision. Indiana.Dremcrsbunr From La Grange to Gosben.
'. '; 'e From Sinking Spun; by Jtyington, Morgan's Foik, Chippewa, Johnson's Comers. Now Portage Akron c oil,tiami and ().,kti-I'J to (Greeuviiie. S t. Mario.Eiom HtiVuitlnopy. Ohio. Mixerville. Indiana From La Grange by Utah, PaaLawo, Sfiddfetcrtnni
+ Janper, Piketon, Beaver and Mt-adow L'rauch to Jackeon. M idJlebnry, Talhnadge, Biimfield. Itavenna: From Grand RipuU tocrotoninNewauo countv.Jiand Saline by Union District, Biidjo water, Silver C'ontreras. College corner, Ohio, Goodwu's Store I toBerehy : vorest Grove to Gosht/B.
r h.p-.: Charle towu. Pari ville and Newton Falls to Wan, a. From Grand lapi..s by ItILn creek, 1'eauu t, Lake awl Sharon to (Jrass; Lake. Mire, Indiana. From La Grange by Fly Creek, Bushy Prarieniolr
; From Somerset by Rnorir>th, New Lexington,, From Wooster by New Pittsburg Roors, Ashkud Pintler's (flfl(4 ( .tuo Ia anil Ntwiign ti Critnii.Fr..ni 1'rot'i! H-iu/.itii'-k to South Hnven.Fnmi From Elizabethtown. by Burnsnlle, Rock Creek Angola. Sandy Ridge and Metz to Spring.
Pike, Whipp town. Suiidny Cr t-k. nartlryaville, and West Windsor to Mansfield. Graiil RJ1uill:4 by (;raiidviu, 'iallniad C.teele' Sau'.t! St. M irie by M.iokinaw: and Duncan toFIOIII and Sardinia to We&t Point. From La Gro by North Mrtodicaftr. Liberty MIX
4 CrOM Road, Trimble and Millficld. to Athens. From Woostor by Blackiy\illc, Mohican: and M S l.andiui. ottawa ('entnt', ('tockit 1&eek Saz.uaw., From Elkhart by Bnngo and Mount Olive to Lock. Colamcr. South Whitley, Clear Spring and Farmu'tto
-?. ICnjI to Perry ville. Nt'i Lotiville anSI idill 1.irit to (; Haven. Sault HL M.uie to Ontonarr'n. From Edinburg by Sniithland, Shelby ville, Manilla Warsaw,
lisle From and Springfield by Doonellsville aixi New Car From Wooster by Robinson's Woolen Factory, From Grand Rapids by Grand; ill,., Georgttown, Fiom Sault St. Marie lo Fi.rlViUiiia ou Luke Superior. I nut! Sxvenehart to Rnt-hville. From L grol>y New Holand, Mount Etna n*
p Fairmount to Troy. Uniontown and Lafayette to Savannah. Allcmlal and Ottawa to Grand: Ha\en.I From Ediuburg, by Nincvab, Henaley and Morgantown Warren to Camden.
Northampton.From Springfield by Trctnont and Ttrraliaute. to From Woostcr by Cooper. Cedar Valley. Ci>nffre s, Prom GrniKl Rapids by \j oiuia\ilr! Berlin Wr'.rl.t From Sault St..Marie by Grand Island to Mariutt to Mortinsville. From I aporte by Kiugsburg and Union MH V
West Salem, Ilomeravile, Spencer and Peungeld to: aLa nd Ravenna to Iuskegon.! u <*. From Evaus\ille to West Franklin. Bigelo Mils. ,
.,. p From Springfield by Harmony, Vienna Cross Rondg 0 range. From (Jrand; Rapi.la by GranduIIe] to Holland. Froin Sbawano, Wi-tconsin. by Mouth of the Oti. From Evausvill* by indersville, Wairenton. York From Lnporte to Plymouth.
'i'u Sommerford, West JeflVrMtii and Alton t>> CO1OIIIL)us. From Ycicngstown, by Lburch Hill, Yiennn, fowler, From Grund Rapids by Ai: lcilitz. Cannonshur tanon River, Michigan. Forks of Ontanngott, Minnesota Princeton, Patoka and Docker's Ferry t> Yincennes.From From Laporte by Dour Tillage, West Vile JTpnratso.
tnhatuville JK.fn rinxri'l to Da 1 by Cnon, Fail field, lineisly aud ihiwonville, Gustavua, Liiideuville, Cherry Valley Piastn Lek. LikeGrattm: and Oi-c: > lo G ecuvilte. g Adventure Aztic, fl'uihua.: Hon-jliton. nnd Evnusvillc by Newburg, Leo, Boonville and Deep River. Cronn point, SL Jobos, "
.. v ton. and Dorset to Jefferson. Fioin Green Bay by Little B.y. No Qmh E.t'ii a. Aloiiqui'i Minos, Honghton on 1'iitnge Lake, Eagle i Midway, to RocJrport. llinois, Crete and Rich to Richvile.!
.r fnotaiue From Springffled'by New Urbana, West Liberty B..J kp From Xenia, by Alpha, Zimm< rmnn's, William bee Rive-, Carp River, K-ewen, B.iv.: Eaglo ltv r. Hiv r, ami Eagle Harbor to Copper Harbor. j From Evansvilie by ParkerYfcettlement and BlairI From Lnporte by Kankakee, West York ud Kit-
t 4 RiekUnd Belle Centre. Ken ton. Silvia Uwn. Dnytoii Liberty New Lebanon .l*.huvihl e. Lacle Harbor an<] Copper Haib-r to "Lake Snperi..r. From Shiawaiisee by North Vernon, Swnrz Creek, I yule to N, w Harmony. rile lo Plymouth. .
'I'I Forest, Carey, Whnrtowburg, A drbn.Tiffin, Vitsn: n's West Alerandrin Eaton West rranklin to Mount Vi From Gove and ItX****
I4 Green Upshui, New Westville, From (V'4-11"1' 'by ",% Mjll Holly Rose, Cnckeiutville. Flint, a.id KoarIey- to Lupeer. From Evansville by er- UurelbyOiange.Steel's
Station Spriof, ClyJU. Ciwtnlia to S.mdiu r. RichmoB>] In, Ci-Bterville. Ertxt Germarvtown. Cam A\'late J.xke and highland to (- >iti"toniit From St. Clair by China, Belle Bier and Cottrellilloe to Bentenvile.
I From Springfield by Mechanicsburg. Milton Cent ret bridge. Dublin. Lewisrihle.Opleu. Ilnosvrie Kuiiht From Oroveland by IL.lly Rose, llih'.ind and \ lo Algonae non.From Evansville by St. Wendell's to Cinthiaaa. From Laurel, by Slip's Hill, to Cl .rksborg-- -
Mansville' $ LitUo Mill Creek and Sciuta Bridge to town. Crrxili.tlcville, Kinnaul, Greenfield Philadelphia Milford to New Ilmbon., From Stoney Run by Goodrich, Daridiourille and From rnirinont to Jerome. From Lawreneeburg bv Aurora Rising Sun.G'
;L ,I Delaware. and Kumberland to Iodiano|>oli.! From Hastingii by Alto to Flat River. Hadley to Farmer's Cieek. From rlint to Orland in Steuben County. creek, Patriot, Florence, Lop Lick,Yivay, Moon**
; r From 8t ClairwIIe by Cormth, Jacobsborg. Captina From Youngstown, by Iluhbard, Brookfield, Hart. From Hastings to Woodland. From Southficld by Franklin!; to Birmingham. From ilorenee Wamnw.. Hame and Buena Vista, to Madison.
Kiup'a Mils. Armstrong'* Mil, Bealeville WoodsfiM'f. ( ford, Vernon, KummanX Willramsfield, Andover, Fron' Hastings to GaleuluJr, From South Haven to Saugatuck at the month of From sort Waynwby Ell River. Chnrnbtneo, Green From Lawreneebur*by Aorors.Wilminetei
I.% 1lrsflhe.. Plcl.cr; Iluuter, Laui( viile and Dvruca to t. Richmond Centre, Pierpout, Monroe Centre and South From ll.lUdale. by ILuiaTw, Wood's corners and Ka'amnzoo' in ATlegan County. Wolf TAke, Burr Oak, Noble, Albion, Ligauier, Bea Hill, Otter Village, Buttemlle Vernon.Slay >
i-r. 'i t Ridge to Connenut.Frotn Cass to Meilma. From Swartz Creek iu Geuessee County by Games ton and Go"bn to Elkhart. Town, Brhwrwlown. Lawrencefori
From and i'S' L Clairvilkhy New East Ricbland,Union Town, Youngstown by Coitsvill to New Bedford, From Howell by Oak Grove, Deer Creek, Ttwola, Dairies to Byron. Prom Fort Wayne by Rochester, Renssdaer, La-: and Berryville to Ymceunes _?
mw flushing Atbeua to Cadiz. Pa. Burns and Fremont to Shiawns ve. From Tecnmseh by Tipton, Spring\ill, Cambridge con, ILL, Toulon, New Boston, Toulsboro, Wapello, From Lawrenceburjr. by Wilmington. "
% Brnawburjf From St W Josepla Drfianer.From bj. Williams Centre, Ncy and From Young Hickory, by High Hill! and Rrdgewny From Howell by Marion, J0bCO RDa White Oak to Wood toek. Somerset ami MOHWW to Jonesville. Wnsliin''ton O.skalooua, IixJuoob and Wiuteraeat to Hnjt's Mills, Cruise Plains. Barbersvillt. wnaai
; to Dunchan's falls. Ingham. From Tecumseb by Ridgeway Ridge and York to Council Bluffa. IOWR. Millard to Madisoru Ttirtfct
St. Josephs by Artie, Ilamiltoo, la, Stcubenlille From Znnesille, by Putnam, While Cottage, ft ii- From Hudson by Cass and Domestic, Ohio,to West Ypsihmtic. From Kort Wayne by Perry. Butler, Auburn, DeKalb. From L wrenc burgf, by Wilmingtoa 'SyCoepervHle.
i :, Angola, Flint ana Brusha Prairie to Lima. tonhain, Stgo. Somerset, Rnshvile, West Husbyihl Ic. Unity. From ToTedo. Ohio by WhitefieTd. Ottawa Lake.Ri Hamilton, SteubcnviUe. Angola. Crooked enKinderhook ek Aberdeen, AUeqavMe, Jack'onTiU
From St. Mary's by C lina, SkeeH Cross Roads, Lone-aster, Clout Creek, Tailton, Camp Charlotte, From Ionia by Wheatland and Oti'co to (Ireenvi he. <.ir Bli sfield, Michigan, Palmyra, Adrian, Clay?on (Michigan) ana Ovid lo Old Water. Mount Sterling, to Vevay. ***
hi Timber fl
Lost JJtno
a 1. t FA 1 Grove, Vera Cruz, Bluffton, KingKtowo.Cbilheothe. Ilourniville, Bumbiidge, Rains From Ionia ))- Boston, Sooth &*t .avid Curlton tolhiLstilg. Hudson FlorkU, Hillsdale. JontsrilleSylvanus, Oui ) From tort Wnyne by Perry, Swan, A villa, Lisbon, From Lawrencebunr.by Goilford YorkTiUe.
I Murray, Mark-le and HunUngdotk boro', Dallas, Hil! borro'. New Market, Sugar Tree Coldwater, Branch, Batavia, Bronson's Prniri Kendallville, yars illes, South Milford Mount Ps jab Alsnc. Herman and Way to'Ald nUhil.
'' From SL Marys by Celina, Neptnne, Boetift, Mereer. Ridge Scott, Eckmanville, Bentouvill.-, ]Jradyvj lie From Ionia by Avon, Rix, Flat River "and Ada to cy Lock's Station, Sturgis. White Pigeon, Bristol Elkburt, Mongoquinnong. Outnra and Lima to Starge's, Michigan. Erom Lenvenworthby Fretkwia Nebraska,
i! Sluuie'a Croiinp. Wilnhire, Heawmt Mills, laDoeatur and Aberdeen to Mnysvill, Ky. Grand 1 In piIs.. Indiana, Mishawka,South Bend, Laporte. Cotlee Crock Derby. Rome, CameUton Thy, Ahefl B
M.mmoath and Boot to Fort Wayne. From Zanesville by Duncan falls, Blue Rook. Rokcbv Prom Jackson by Spring Arbor, Cuncotd, Bula ski and Calumet to Chicago, lih'noia. From Fort Wayne by St Joseph's; Harlao, and New Hope to Rockport.
1, From Ht ubeiwv31 by J argaxi Shop to Mount IstcCunnells vlle. Neelysvihhe. Beverly, Wolerford, Scipio Cmtfr to Joncnvile. From Wayne by Naakiu 11jmotrtb and Men d's Hull's corners to Hicksville. From avciiwofU by Magnolia, St5TbZW'rth
?teus.nt Coal Runs Run, and Lowell to Marietta. From Juckxm by Thompkins, Otter Creek, Eaton 31ilI to Ni.rtbville. From rort Wayne by Poagbkeeps'w. Feeble, Decatur to Jasper. u-
"I'' From 8teub nTill bjr VTinterTill, Ricnmnod, Anapolis From ZHnesvHle by Shnnnoc to Frnzeysburgr.. Rapid 4 and! Eaton to Chirh>tt*>, From Wayne by Romulus Centre and Huron I to Ciuioper. Limber Ixtst Bear Creek, Joy Court From Lexington by Naw Fraulfcrt and AJp wParis.
.M Grmano, Now Rumley.8 ii to CoooUon New From Zanesville l>y West Zauesville, Mutkingum, From Jackson by West Rivers, Anrelws, Les lie, Biownslown., Home, Bluff Point and DeerSeld to Winchester. .
Hajrcratnwn. Lecsville, Rockford and Sew Pbiladel Dresden, Adam's Mills. Coonesxille, iCoseoc, CisIi ic- Eden, Mason und Delhi Centre fo Lansing. From West Rives by Aurelius to Delhi Ccnlre, in From port Wayne by Warring and Troy Settlement From Lebanon bj Elianville to Kirk'a crose .
phi to Canal DovsrJ ton Caiwl, Keons, ClarkV, Mlllcrsburg, Holniesville, From Jar kBon by Sooth Jackson, Liberty Mill*, In<;ham county. to Liberty hulls in Wabasl county. From Lebanon by Janie town to Danville. "
: Fmm nbenville by Island Creek And Kuoxvillc acd I'reileriekiburg to Wooeter. Somerset Addisot,tmd Rolina to Hudson. From White Pkreon. by Mottvilp. L mon. Atisi tue- From Fort Wayne, by ZanesviJle, Murkle, Warren From Liberty by Clifton. AtangtoivCiiiirtwW
..N.vSomrict From Zanesville by Hopewell. Orntiot, Brownsville, From Jueknon by South Henrietta, Henrietta, Bunkei rifle Edwurd biirijb, Niles, Cottage Hill, Indiana i aud and Green Lush to Manrin. Bloominjjportv to Wincbetter.
; From SLeubnville by 'WinterTillf. Bloomingdale, Linville, Jaeksnotowu, Hubrcm. ICijkersville. Kirkers- Hit and Felts to Mason. Terre Coupe to Ilndsou. From Fort Wayne by New Haven Antwerp, Ohio; From Lima to Stnrgrs Mi hiftan. ? '
Hopedale, Cadiz, CuwviHe, Moorfield. Smynift. I' n- yule, Etna, Reynoldbbur and Uibeniia, to Columbus From Joucsvillo by LicLtield, Homer and Eckfoid I to FnnnVurnerville.. by Oak PlaiiK*. t> Brighton. Junction, Dwfionee. Milldal! Florida. Napoleon, Du-I Fn.in Linden hyLocwt dooderry Antrim, Wiuckectkr and Cablo to Cam From ZanesvilJe by Pulrmrn, Newton, Roseville, Marshal. From Ynonski by Orangevillo Mills, to Yankee rand Texas, Puyjdsnee, Wulerval* and Maumee City Sugar Grove and Shawnw Mound, to Shawnw Bumwtt Pranj.

bridge. Deaverton, TriAde.IiLia, Hall' Valley, arid Malt to From Kalamazoo by Yrxui'ki to Tanker Springs. SpringN Barry couutv. to Toledo. From Logajwport by AnwUrdnrrn. POSt. P1
I PNIn SteuhenvjlU bj 'BmwattigV Mills, Llflndcxvfllc. UcConnelevile. From KiibinuHHa by Wavorly Broed-iville IJnuter, "INDIANA. From tort Wnyn by Haller's Corners. ChnrubusooMerrien Mcnticello, Manen, Cathcart. While
i 'k: : .' 5ew Som rtet HitcWa Sail From Zarw-svillc by F.at Greenwich, it i umsyil lie, South H.iven, Gauges and Jol.nstou'a to Ncnaik. From Albion by Springfield >Mills Northfort WalC'ltt's Wolf Like, Noble! Allkn, Legonier and Grove, RfpHM1- ani Brook to.kaqa'*. (llifl
. Wtirb. lkw.r 'a Salt Wurti. Cnirtnn, Salinerlll, In- Of epn and Plainfield U> Wliile K\e Plaint From Knlaniriosa to Richland. Mills, Marey. fly Creek and Ontario U> Lima. B ntoa to Gosht-n.
and West leaver fo New LiiJxin.JVom From rmt WaTn by Taw Taw aud Coesaet to T (Continue m First Page }
VrrLWs I From ZancktilU by Chandlerville, and R'cb Hill From Kalumoosa; by Miirtin Bradley, Wnyland, From A Ihion to Su'arn.AUxaudiia t
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Contingent Malik expenses liioks} binding of said office and : For blank books, binding and stationery to September ninth eighteen hundred drcd dollars. --- Francisco ten t uu.-ya vlullar I t utv i-f i'liti-r; ,ing. I't M>M%>*Yfii.iii, jti.U tu hirtt- ; ?

j'or )four lundrul, dollars stalionniv fad for the General Post-Of ;'and fifty two, four hundred and twenty For purchase of laws books and the J-'rvcifltiJrt\izi none of ti.e in.'nrv-' VjJi piat

items ; buildingincluding( the Auditor's dollars. necessary bo..k; cases for the ofiice ol appropriated by this act fur any e.1.* .. _.4 I: :.-: : lo ,, rbrta5 ..3jtVL.L
ct'Hane11s
}0r i two iflClUliflgubcri1)tit olbce,) oil gas, and candles printing laI Territory of Utah. the Attorney General one thousand five torn house or marine hospital shall ix V t) vr.i.ltho 4.j'u.' :r. : r.rti *!fi,, to par to 11 V
to daily bor
) Washington I day watchman and, for miscellaneous For salaries of Governor superintendent hundred dollars.! life I or apolied for the men. two ceii,niiIor tr s ntln titttdt 'tj i
five hundred dollars purposes
w.pjajen, ; I thirteen thousand two hundred Indian nflairs three judges and I For salary of the the ronstru'-tion of said building >oh renti -
ftition If the clerclcs and V aep rtea of the decisiins tione'l until a valid title to the lane
( dollars
Fur common ; nine thousand seven hundred of the i pcnsalion as the said S'ecretary'' shjtll deem
secretary Supreme Court one thou lor the site of such building in each V
cr in the office of the Surgeon For repairs of the General Post-Of- not to exceed three dollars eh
L C5sen: dollars. sand three hundred dollars. I shall be vested in the Unite |just a day ;
; cIiertl friir thousand four hundred lice building fr, ollk-e furniture ease i'io\iied.! That tie! snm so anforeftaid to bw
(; glazJHgpainting For contingent expenses of said Ter- For compensation of the district attorneys States ; and until the State in which j
and 'I expended by the 'Jvcreta' of the Trea P..jliall
i ; jfl4lrs whitewashing 1rkeepI ritorry one thousand .dollars. nine thousand four hundred such building i it to h bo completed shaH y nryi t
COfltjflrLflt expense' of f aid office : I rig the fire places and furnaces; in order For compensation and mileage of dollar3.For i not excrf in due form and in that shall '
I'tauk books and a manner expended! of mpriatiois huretofure made dVI t
for binding sintlnm'rv two thousand live hundred dol- :the members of the legislative & eembly. ,
I compensation of the
hundred dollar marshals bind such! State, release and surrender for the said building;
two ( ofiieers clerks and contingent expenses eignt thousand: 1 two hucdred dollars. to the United States jurisdiction over I Tor Imikfir'jjs lor the o e os the conrts of 'a4
miscellaneous item*, tWO hundred For : and( for the Exe- of _. ?
IV paper printing I the assembly twenty thousand Miscellaneous.t ..por 1
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annuities
and anti shall!} also
iive dollars. ; the site of such building 'Iis United h't.itrs: ftt Pontwtoc, MUsiniippinr ,
V aiid t\vcntv : itive Departments: including paper: dollars. grants seven hundred and fiftv dol IFni. ll. I'roviued M j
the
V ; Inly n lease and relinguis to thivinnd! < 'rs : sum
compensation of the clerks and 1 printing and binding( the annual Stateluent I Disbursements been made lars. -
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!| ted States the right to tax or in any shall complete said buildings. And also the 'i'I
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.cceii. T in the ofik-e of the Colonel of Commerce: and .Navigation, from the :appiopriatioii* for ITlCpCnlCflt-For( salaries thereof
of thousand dollar" orsomoch
jilt r1 compensation the | way assess said site, or the property ol j sum of! five -
jT0po rapuical hn mecrs live thou- and paper and( printing the annual: null mileage: of the members of:; asH-tancc treasurers: of the United tie Lulled States mat may be tneieott f a' may: be necresary to and the same Ut -
esi>. hundred (1tILl.Cettifl.eflt ; Estimate- Appropriations, thirty the legislative I assembly ollicers) clerk- ; StaU-s at Ne\v Yoik lo-ton! Charleston luring the iime! that ihe said Unite; hereby cpfiririited to enable the SyrretaryI ''Si
; c.\pcnsi s of said office : I i thousand! eight! hundred( ( dollars. and contingent expenses bytile secretaries -i :ami St. Louis) eleven thou sand five hundred States shall be or remain the owm- I "Ithe f Interior to make a contract uiti! the itj j'

1'i.r: V:i"ks books, binding s-tation-: | *:)Lht *j' ilie f tn'fnf 'fitc$. of the Territories Oregon Minesota dollars. V : hereof; That nene of l the said money 1 tsroo- r.u'horiies for fanihi.g: a <>iiitablobuildi PIJ

VtT v : ::1 labor one thousand and iiirv V, At Philadelphia.I and lrtah! under: the authority of For additional salaries of the treasurer ippn j riated for said btnldjngi: l bx. ip (f r the permndc-nt use ami iccotn1 Jf4'ILIatItI&i
0 "; I For salaries of the director, treasure territorial laws or resolutions and the of the 1 mint at Philadelphia ofone) his act or heretofore appropriated i-> 1 ; of the United: Status Lisirtct Court

/r; Miscellaneous items, seven huntvl as.-ayer: ineltcr: ai'd i lefiner, chief coiner ; accounting ollicers of the treasury havuig thousand) 'dollars ami of the treasurer ; ;.he jmrpfisfs mentioned shall bo used : j in holding! if session nl I\lnrr.tts., Geortja,

:; dollars ; and pugiaver, asianl as>ayer a->- I disallowed peverol payments: in of the branch mint at New Orleans of''| 'r applied for the purposeftr) whictlir I which contract the said Secretary: i is hereby V
}'r cuW1)eUatiO1I) ()the clerks aniljucssonger >i<:tant melter, and refiner and stseni I settled the accounts of said fecretarie- live hundred dollars, one thousand live v are nrnpnittMl: utilps the gn-n authorized to make: Provided it can be maiiof '

: in the office uf the Colonel i cleiks, twenty four thousand nine hunI because they were not authorised l b\ hundred dollars. shall be snllicient in each case to complete >r tin- -urn i.tt"it-Utl shall he l ar made It--* :with And tnflilent provided 3 4 4a1tL -

vf, Ordnanee ten thousand lour hun I tired dollars.- the Act of August twenty nine eiirh For salaries of six of the additional" the building in such case full\ I gti rinN-o contract<; tr 't'rpto the 4'd court a suitable ; ::

: dred dollars.1'or For wages of workmen seventy-two teen hundred! ( and! forty two the becret.iry clerks authorized by the acts August and entirely eccomplisli the object fo: )building for holding Said court so long

compensation of the clerk and thousand dollar, ; of the Treasury i is hereby ciunouirfd sixth, one thousand"ight hundred ;Lid! which the appropriation) : i.i tins} net Kmade. j nt its scs'ions may be hVM at that place, 'h
lui'sfcuger in the! oiliee oi'the! Cornwallihi | For specimens of ores and coins' to ( t 1(1 cause credits to be given Joity: six August twelfth t one I thon.-aut': And the Secretary of the treasury -j' without further chs'-go on the United Slates, :-!

: (titneial one thousand( se\en hun- be re
diva dollars. j dol lars ; so disallowed us he shall find to I I third one thousand <(.iglit i hundr-1:i I I anIifry -' I :applying any of the moneys a f. re-aid to purchase for the use of"the United States, JI'V ;.V

Contingent expenses: of said ofiice. | For I tran-porJation of bullion from be equitable and just. I one. and! August thirty first one in any one case, until he shall have the lanb and IniilJirgi tnereon, constituting ;,
For inu-celbncous itemsthree hundred 1 \ew York a.. -:ay oilice to the I Tinted: 1 ii.4L I the .lev: 'tiiijinc; officers of I the thousand! eight! hundred lifiy two, six n.-'ie a contract wit sut h security asl the Immfing station at tu? ponth-west pass of j .
V dollai j States; Mint\ for coinage: eighteen thouand rroa-nry: ]be ant ii('ri 'eol 1 to adjust t the thou-aid: dollars. -l I'il I approve for 'he completing oi.' 31i-&istippi liter, ihreo thousand fivohun-

li' the (7atcr.il I'urj's of il<* 1 feven: hundred aid: fifty dollars ; e\penc! ol a board of eoinniis: ioneiappointe > For one additional 'clerk in the off the entire building and work in such i died dollars ; J'ruviiUd, Tiinl no part of Enid -

: ,a't1 Jc"ific 1il1i; ; ;. } (V)1) l 1'or incidental and contingent! e.pcnos \- l under an act of the legislative : fi.v '. the assistant! treasurer at IJostonMasnehuctts cae at a sum not exceeding the sum oi s'un s-hnll! bo exper.rKd tinlil the title to said ,. ,
compensation of 1 four v.-atehtnen of the includingacids copper' zinc sali.t t r.-sem'ily) of' I the Territory of l"tah 0:1: thousand! two htm the moneyr, appropriated and unexpended land be sccnrcd to th4- L fluid Slate- and the V ;j

u-jrlU, wot executive builuini; tvcthouand t fiiel 1 melting pots* and other materials: ai)1II'ovei! I by the] governor' I thereof, Jan- dte I d-.liars.! p in such case, And the said Stcrey i-oispnt; of thr legislature of Louisiana obiitn V

four hundred' dollais. : and t: wa.-tage of iod! and silver:: I being in nary i\teenth. eighteen hundred! ( and For clerk- messenger, and watchmen; :.- i ft lier.Treasury a thall 1 enter into no d l tf assessr.icnl> tie! relriije ofans-of said kind Ind! from taxation ,

Fur coitiniL-ito\i.en.-o: of i building viz: addition to other available funds iiflvV lifly two to prepare) s' o/nle of laws :ami in I the oiiice of the assistant treasurer: at ant riet- either Ci,Miiittoiial, I or final for ; Tor or the construction of nri a-praiciV; store .

I'or ]labor fuel an.lb'-ht tuo thou- thousand dollars. ...1.I.1ae1 ice for saitl Territory and the j jjut .Vow York t thirteen thousand nine bun.1ed !11P t( iurp! ; "=os mentioticd which shall on a portion of th? s'uure selected; for th hundred dullura.FurmieTi'Jtomotis At New Oncan and I >ei<:aiion! and i ipcn.e dolltr3.!
band four j : proper! < mj ex : in -
involve an expenditure any one case i custom: hou=e at San Francisco, Californi/i/ ,
W1zI.*, one thuii- For salaries of superintendent trer.surer I ; mud to have: been rirce-sarily. I I)4' .1 clerk for the trea-j I hevoml the sums appropriated and retii'expended incluiling; tie expecse ot piling for the founIntion -
: .Vd six! hin:, . ass-aver coiner melter and i(I iviincr i incurred befjre: tho j>assage of this resolution urea of the branch mint: at San: : Franj.sco : ; ',"- fr) such case ; : therrof, l by contract otherwise, as "

1'or ivnt of house r.u northvet: coiCT and clerks] jvvctitcen lliou.-and three the evidence of which with the .-. C.ililornia, two thousand five bun- ;and in all cases where suth unexpended 1 the Secretaty of the Treasury may deem .

:: *''f 1 K au-i >v'veiiieentl: ftiec-ts. orfucli hundred dollar1'or -;. lavs ibawn I by said: commi-sioner.-! lie 1 d--liars.: a >propriations, shall lie irisulilcientto V best, '.- n*fiei' tti.'r->iid dolhuo: Provided i- .: :. vrr
V : oilier building a- the Sccrct.irv w.'ige-i;; < >f workmen in addition to -hall: I be stihinitJed ii: de-tail to said accounting I'u- ntingent expenses under the complete] tic! entire work in such That hie' sj'tv.e rest icfions regarding the ,:J


V the room- in it twenty one thousand) >and six hundred( and seventeen dollars: found shall be paid from the balance: ( and disbursemojit'of the public re- shill, -n-pend all action in rk *.-u < by ajirropriated as are contained in this act

eijrht hundred and toxenty live dollar: and forty live cents. ,,1. appropriations) for comjicn:
V V j'futcfl, That the Secretary of War For wastage and incidental cxpen1st's mileage of thy members of 1 the legisla eight hundred and forty MX sixteen on the first (day ofits session the condition custom houses and rnariit'j hodpit&U shall boapjKcable

be authorized( to purchase) I the( said( in addition to other available funds live ti--embly oliicers clerks and contingent thoti-and live handred! ( dollars : Proided -| of the work in tuch case amihall : theretrr.i'or ,
of the lots V
V liujldin:; at a s>um) not; c.Mx-euing twohundred -eventy t thousand and eighty' two dol- exj: >en-es! of the Territory of U- ( That! no jiart of.said Mini of sixteen1 at the same: time lay before Con- lands with tLe! purtinase the and or parcels tht iuildings of ..

thousand doll.u; > ; I t lars and: lifty live cents ; 1tl1nV\) standing! ( on!1 the books of the thousand: ( live hundred dollar, shall be' irress such plans an estimates as in there0:1 appertenances to the thereof ; 4
: Leloitjjing one to.
Fur a comjienfatiua >f siiperindentntid For rebuilding ]portions of the wail- treasury: IIiIexpelI'le4l}> roj>er tor the the Bank Commerce and the other thereof

four wa.iehn.cn uf the building 0:1 and complete repairs of the building ul ] t the autliority to charge the expense on j For compensation to frpteial agents con.pL-tion of' the building and work to the think of New York and particularly ; t

the corner of F Seventeenth streets: two I ihe Uranvh: Mint at New Orleans thir-j said( b-ilance is not an aj iroval by) Con j jijress. I to e\.iinine the books accounts and :n -;itj. cji-e. refcnet" and ilesciibed in two contracts; -, ;

thvUMind t>ix hundred iiollars. ry seven thousand! dollars. j jAt of the act of the Territoral legislative money on hand( of the several dcpo-i j For 1 improving! and' repairing; tl.M li one veach! of s.iid b.nks for the leasing 'N

For contingent expenses, ofsiiid Luillii'.r Charlotte. North Carolina. ; of IT talL creating a board for a toneunder the act of August sixth '' 'n the ru-.t-.Mi h-Mi-i' at Savannah i I and right to purchase the ssn e beaiing dato ; i

< : viz. For 1 .salaries ot superintendent coincr term of years to report laws from time one thousand eight! hundred "and furt\ used as a post office one thousand dollars the uineteeuth of August, one thousand eight ,
Kr: miscellaneous item*, including( assaver, and clerk six thousand doli ]- to rime tor the ,,i of i he: i'- isiutincof&aid fix; five L t thjii-and: I dollars.! hundred and fifty-three, five hundred and thirty L

labor one thousand four hundred dollars. -i lars ; 1 Territory. For the discharge of such miscellaneous ] For; continuing operations on custom thousand dollars with interest thereon at V j 1 V

] For wj ges of workmen three: thou-i Territory \\"ashingtoiii claims: not otherwise piovided for, house at Yew Orleans Louisiana 1 the rate of six per cenuni, from the fifteenth .- '

__'':.. / .Dpartmeit.-Fc'r* co'.npcnatiun sand five hundred dollars.! j ror salaries: oj' Ciovernor snj erintcn.ient as shall be admitted( indue course oleettiement three hundred and ninety five thousand V day September! eighteen hundred and tifty- .
oi'the secretary of the Navy atl l For incidental ami contingent cxpense5 ( of Indian! affairs: three! judges and j at the treasury live thou ; dollars.Fcr three.imtU)( said purchases shall be completed: .j -
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: the clerks me-:.enters and aa&isUintiiuSfenjrer including ]>ay of l two watchmen, -ecretarv. ten thousand live hundre'i: ;and I dollars; : I Provided that lie part of continuing! operations on custom I'rovitJed, That the same be s>o completed
in his: olliee twenty thousand two thousand one liundred dollar. doll.u-! the appropriation shall be drawn from house at Charleston South Carolina \\ithin one year from the Jay such interest i id fl

one huuuivd: dull xrs. At Duhlonega) ( ;LoI.ia.; For conliniTv-nt expenses of)f said Territory the Uva-ury except, in pursuanceot two hundred and seventy three hereby Arid authorized tho Secretary to be of paid the Treasury; at hrs T 1V''"i, '
( of sain otliec : For salaries of suj.eiintendc.nt( coir, of clerk of law resolution of
'untingjnt expenses
including salary exeeentivo some: r Congress j jauthoriing thousand dollars, discretion, i id hereby further authorized to purchase
. For blanks bouks binding &tationery a-ayer and clerk, tlx thousand dol- I dep.iilmeiit one thousand live the exjienditure. I ITo For the annual aepairs and fixtures for the use of the United States, such f '
labor: nev.fjtaniia ,: 1odwVti-, and mJiundred :&- ;u" ; hundred dollar-: supply; a deliciency in the fund of custom hou.-es of the United States, : property adjoining thereto, situated on Tina -' 4

jiLJ&S twu t11sui:1d: For wages of v/orkmcn tlirco thou- ] I For compensation and Tnllengo) ofj lor the relief of sick and disabled! seamen :, fort} three thousand and one dollars I street, on: which the United States now hoMa ., 4 VI
and( Ji rty) dujlare ; l-and six hundred [dollars, :] lie ..jcmbv-rs of :h. ]legi-lative asemiily : two !hundred' thousand: dollars.To and lifty nine cants and for alterations I I mortgage, as may be said to sitisfy: the V V f.L
Fur compensation) uf the: chief! ; of the For incidental( aid contiirent expen-i 4ii-T-f c'!Nrkai! l coJitin vnt! exj enable the Secretary of the and repairs of th-i custom house ar same, at a pricv not exceeding the amount of 4 j

V V Jliiivan: oj Ordnance ami ilydrograitfiy! -es ii.cluding. loch material-, ttatioiu-ry! \ j en-es of the assembly twenty ttiouand Treasury to compensate the agent employed Baltimore: heretofore made and for said lien.M'irine. '.. I
jui'l theclcik Jtini mes.-en: :erju JIK- repair-) \'a-t:1gt and purcha-e of Necaks \\ i !]' dollarTo -. l in pning i annuities to cheroke 1 lent of looms durinrr! the repairs '] 1jo,1thl.-fo complete; the marina 1
dice: ten thousand eight hundred dolC >: t\\o llioiisand live hundred dollars. j jInd.ans hospital at Cleveland, in tai? State of Ohio ..
V t reimburse! ) the t tie! fund aj j'roprialed -| n niainin in North Carolina -aid building such sum as may by the V ;
*:"*' I : j jAt to defray: the pay nnd m.leage ol three hundn-d 1 dolla s. Secretary of the Treasiiro be deemed! tutity-f.\o(: thousand! t'cllurs: ; 'r*
mtingi-nt expen.-CvS fli'tid: oiiiee ; San Francisco, California. For salaries ofnine and To complete the marine hospital at Chicago .
I members of the legislative a- --embh supervising! reaaonrble! and of said aiountii
For Llui.lo bu.iko and: slatio.ery:: iioLuudrea l For salaries of tuperintetidcnt) : treaslurer itiid under proper ii; the itate of Illinois: tight thousand ; '
the cojitingeMt! ; eipe'ise-. thceof.ihe lifty local inspectors appointed !I i->t to excved ihe thousand five hun- 4"
: dohar* ; a.- ayer, inciter, refiner, and! coin- amount fraininlently t..kefromaid! tiie act of Aujust thirtieth I onethm-I lied and one dollars and fifty nine''' doll irs ;
F,'r mUeeli.itieous items, two hun- t-r, aifd 1 live clerks, twenty eight thou- l fund: byJieiiry I I \'. Colter ixi! to relieve sand eight! hundre l and fifty two for j I To complete the marine hosfital at Louisville '
in the State Kentucky, twelve thousand ;
.i and lil'iy dollars.F &an'i< d4)iIlS.Fur i (Jharie-j: JI. 3Ian: ( secretary ofaid the better protection of the lives ofipassengTS centTo the cntoi-hr.nso V ,
\t Icii-
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(-T.p( ? doll! &la }
4r cMin>_ t-Vli: ; >!n of the chief ol'zic] wages of workmen seventy eight i from his lajihitthxerefjr! .steamboats! witli travel- ,
Territory t\o by Ii1aIli}, \ Eagiizi; : oac Lundti'd unit t fiity thoti- Tr complete the ma inc !hospital at Padticah .J ,
:Lur: a oi'.N.ivy V rda and JJ.Jck ailU I thousand dollars ; thousand dollarF -,. hug and other expenses incurred by :snri (!ulir!! : l'riuf! i, That none of the'n : : ib the s.uJ state Kentucky, fivethoa- l
(if the civil fgiueer clerks and me.- ei- For j incidental and contingent expcn-j and of them thousand dollars, '. -
r compen-a on expenses eighty ; : >!ji'\s ainiroori-itvil! for this Ltiiluiiaid dollars ; ,
gr iu 1ai:> oiuve) liiirleen thousand: secn \ se ten thousand dollars.Anay oommi-ioi: : : to frame a. code( of laws: for I :iincludinh compensation} to er.pcrifctendant i i.y thiar.ci! ,* or* [by any former act, and* no i ii To coinj'l-te the ni2rin hospital at Evans- :

Iiuudi'cI(4I1:1ent: i ii<>iiara- OlJie.) *. New York. the 'I'erritry two thoi.cand live hundred aidaistants, and( excluding'i.iy ; rt-rIr&iniuZ uaxj[ euleil: shrill l be' u-eil or applied lillo', in tie State oi Indiana, two thousand- ;
expenses 4)1'siid ofiiice ; For salaries: of olHcers and! c1cr-, dollar.-. ] and cnioltiniehts ot t oliicers of the for thf |.!irjtOs.s nientior.rd in tills! ; act dollars; V -j i.:'*

For, luour three liandieil ami sixuiollars V V twenty! ji\e thousand: live hundred doljiar For the Secroiary of the Treasury be army and navy, and petty ollicers and liy t'.a-'! 'eeet.irv ot the Treasury, until aal- 1 To complete the mirine hospital at San 4 V '

: : --. j authoriix-d to settle ami pay the commission inon! of the navy, employed oi the k! title to the! Uil t'.>r the -itc of such buiMii !- V i'rancisco, and! '.e enclose the site ami diaf'i? .j >
F< r srntionory l h,< k- plans' drawings For waS of workmen thirty thousand : to frame a c'jde of laws for the work, two hundred and i>:\ thousand :,' ?!filt In.- \rtc.l in tin-! Ui.ity I Litos, and the same, anti for the necessary outbuildings, '".- ,-' rM

and! incidental: items eight, hundred! ilollars. Territory of Washington: at the Mime dollar; J unti! tl>e Jstato Virginia! -!:: !l, ii; die form, forty-four lcusand: dollars; V

dollars ; For incidental( and Contingent expenses rate diem as hi-: been allowed a For cortinuing the survep of thet .nd it a naiKKT that sLsll hind said State, I Irclia I i'or the corijUuctiou ot'a m tic hospital: '
jei- t = and surromUr to the United Stto{ VickebaiLf, iu the State of :>lissi i tLo .,
1 1-or cuL'i]>C'ncati''.n of the chief of thtBuVeLtt fifty nine thousand three hun- similar! board in ()i-czi. 4V j western coa-t: lIttte L'nitedbrates, one e at i4>j ,
<,1!' Ojiistru tion I'-<|uipmentlUpairs 41re4 l Territory ( j : thirty ; ,
an.l s.i.-.li: alo, flitrileisd! 'nd relinquish! to > pr-js-rcuting operations- the marineho.pit.il A
u'1 and of tu! chief naval conttrueti {j'ti'i )iiciit in till Tt'i'j'ili'i'ics. i iTeiritory For salaries: of Governor; three jndge.- For ro'ilinuing! the siir\ey ol the '
V til'L'nitfti! Mates: tl-eiijiit totaxorin any I r.t i'urtlar.d, iu the State of .Maine, ;,
tJigiueer in chief and t1i clerk of Oregon.1'or and t ten tliou-. nd live lainIred Florida retand! ( keys, (excluding' pay
'I secretary V way n-i-s4 s-aU site, or t'-e' i.roH.'rty| of thtj n'ftv 'Lousatuldollars ; ;: .: ,
nd Jiu-stvJjger in his oifieo! twent'lh'juatid salaries: of l Governor( three judge iillii- and etnoluf-'Tits! : of oilicers! ol ibc .ir nand \ I'niU'd: ( fctat 's that may 1't tlien-on, dai: :: j' To { ruiidc :t .Lab'c builur! g as a rnarinoLocpit 3

eiiit: hundred: <1:1: .irs.vuuju and .secretary ten thousand live bun-j contingent expenses of -aul: Ter- : navy and petty oth'cers and men the lime tl.at the! I'titU"! StaJos i-Inll bi, or1 :.! at :St.: Marks, ti ruKi, rave ti.oa a.d f. ,t
t.iH expenses] of ,..id ollice 5 lred ( i ritory one thousand 'live hundred (1011 of the !navy: emjiloyed on the work thir-J rtMii.iia! tlie o\vivr thrreuf: And {iroviik-d furihcr dollars ; i Ict .
JW; blank: biK k% binding stationery ; That (Oeorge) L. Curry. Secretary n f 1 iar-. tv thot-and: ( dollars. j Tii.-it none! of tlC) money ::r j rojriatcd J To { roiJe accoraiicilatrans: for sick and .t
zl4d! JiiiK-ellunvjous items, c glit iiun- Oregon, be allowed ami ]aid the -..alajrv 1 1'or compcn-ation :tnl
t1r.i doIIar, : r oTgovernor for and during the timui membeis of the legislative aoemblilfieers \ t made in the pn-gurss of the survey of) >j roiriatetl{ for the imrpcscs mentioned! atul | thouEaiul dollars; and the Secretary of lu>jTreasuiy t'i
For: iajjr ttiroc, hundred dullars] ; lie ihacharged the duties of governor. | ( clerkami cimtingent t.\pen-e j jof the coast of the Luitud States, twenty ntiw riMiiHininjj uIcxlat-ndetl; l, smll! be liscd or | is hjriby antboriztd to ue such k:- '
Forc'jin] c.'i atiuM of the clerks ;;ndt1)Ce1ger l iu the year eighteen hundred and iifrythree. the as-emMy twenty thou.-and dollars. thousand, : dvllari. :ipjilI* J for the piirji for wliii-h they! are part of saij tnu; tortiej.t.n-h.se-! a iie: tor
) in the Bureau vf 1'ruvinion-s t'tiettJ'". J1nrc8.For, conipltting :iirfrt-ia1IV'd[ : l, link1- the sarne l i' failic-ier.t to | a iuriju Lesj ital at srad r Lee, as he may h t d
an.i cl.iiiuii Mjvcii thousand three htm- I I'tjr contingent exjK-nscs of said Territory I Toriitovy 'l{ \( ra-1a. the custom house a! St. Louis, Missouri toiujiU-U-' the liiiihlin' ; fully, anil fi.tirc'y! ccci 1 deem oxjalicat.Li rf

(IV1 4VIlJ1ZtZ.O one thoJitand live hundred dollar For .salaries: of ( jovernor three judge I one hundred( thousand dollors, >ni'i-h{ ttie' ol.j&.ct for wliirh the ariprnptir.- !' ht llausc sLczczzf.-For supplying r J .
C of said bureau ti.):i i.i this act i is nadt! And the! ? ccrttarj liglit houses, coi.t/tiing Jour thousaf ,
iiitingcnt cxj>cnscs ;. and secretary ten thousand! five hundred For completing? the custom boose at
i is .Liblti-J:
t-{ ll.e Treasury licrcby pr c one luailred and( tbim-iluee} larnpsitb o.l,
1'or ijj'ank bouks dindng: tstatioiiery For compensation: and mileage of the dollar.- \[obiie, Alubaniu sixty live thousand V
u-Hj or uq'lviig; any of the: moie\s: afore-1 I g'usses, \vicks, bull"skins: polishingpowtli.r ; t' ,'
lamj)
]Isb'tr! and mlaeehai.eotis itenia se 'en members of the legIslative assembly! I For contingent of said: Ter-I dollar.-. !
expc-iiFcs s.iul until j-h.iiila\e made aeontccct, with uhhing and other cleaning ruateiial*; ,
hundred and seventy dollar.-. ofiicero cleiks, and contingent expense. ; ritorv" one thousand! live hundred dollar For completing! the custom house at- such! secuiity as h. sU.ill approve, for ti.e! I transportation and o her necessary expense* E t

For eoinjiynsaium) ; oftlu chief of the of the assembly, twenty u.idollars. *. Ciuciiutti (un't:loity t thousand Julia completion of ti! ? entire Iuii.Iig and work, on the sa'iie ; repairing and keeping the lightning .

liureau of ledieme and Surgery and i lor compensation and mileage of the re. at a sum! :a'1 t: t-xci-ediug! the sum of the moneys apparatus} publishing iieceasary rules, ,-
the cleiks and meesenger in li: ulliee, Territory of Minnesota. members of the legislative assembly, For completing the custom house at appro-iriatt-d ana unexpended ; and the k regulations, and instructions ; notice to niaii:1': : ;j
feeveu thou uud nine hundred dollars.Ooutin For salaries Governor buperinren-) I ollicers) clerks :and contingent expen-i'a j jof Louisville Kentucky forty thousand, s.iid: >fcrttary of Tieatury! shrill t-ntcr in. ners changes to aidr l to navigation, and list ?*

eut expenses ol'odi.l uilicc ; dent of Indian ail'aire, three judge- the assembly, twenty thousand dollars. ilollars. I to i.o contract, cillicr comiit'ocal or final,for of light?, tuo huuuiiu .u.d thirty thousand ) x p
l\i r lu.l>or ouc hundred and eighty I and secretary nine thousand teen hundred For bomplcting the custom house at'JJaugor tl.t j'(11re mentioned \\hioh involve an expenditure six: buudiod and thiity-. tvcii dollars and iortytw *frif-f" f'

doUari blank; bookand, dollars. i ror the purchase of books for the territor.il Maineveiity thouiand Jul-J : lu-yor.d! tho sums apprnpriatt-d atdrenair.i : o cents ; V ; ;.i- r4
V hundred For and stationery three For contingent expenses of said Tei libraries' of Minceota:\ ( (Oregon) Utah lars ; tM-xpenik-d; ; and should such expended For repalts! and incidental expenses, refitting 4 I,,,
dollars.
lifty \ rilory one thoiieand dollars.I New Mexico Vv'ashington Nebraska For completing the custom house at ) [ ajijiropriatiocs be iisullici: t to complete and improvements oi four hundred and .a!
: For miccellancoiio! item* one hundred I 1'or conipen-'ation: and uillea'jjejthc < and Kansas! five hundred dollars for Uath. Maine, twenty thousand dollars tl.a entire work, the said Secretary of eigntteen;! 1'gfct-hcuscs, and buildings connected .j J

: dollars. munibers: ] of the ]legislative) H--S m: each of paid Territories to be expended the Treasury shall suspend all action in reference therewiui, one hundred ana forty-two -
for the Gcnfra1 Pitrpotts oj thtSvuti < ; Lily olliccro clerks ; custom house at thereto, and sliall report to Congress I thousand four hundred and eighty-niuo del-
an wet Executive: ii u _For the first d' of its session in December
a'ig. of the twelve thousand on lars and twenty.one cents;
Delaware }
tiuue.d
assembly thirty Interior.
the
compensation) of four watchman of the olh t. Wilmingtou, i-Ighteei.! hundred and fifty-four, the condition lvor salaries of four Hundred and Mgatccn
Judiciary.-For salaries of the chu f dollars.To 1 I p of ihe! work and bhJl at the time
aud
gjvme
fcoutu west executive building two lay light house keepers, th'rty-tight assistants
Territory of New for custom hoii'e'
Mexico. Justice af the Supreme court and eight purchase a site '
lie fore such and estimates
thou&and four Jiundred'dollars. Tor salaries Congress plans asin and including one thousand two hundred
For of said bull- of Governor, superintendent Associate Judges, foity one thousand at Providence lihode! Island twenty his judgment shall lie proper for the completion t dollars for salary tf bupediiieudent of t..
ol I Indian
contingent expenses atiuiw, three j jud-cs, dol I ars. four thousand dollars) ; of the building and \vor.k : And pio- supplies on the upper lakes, one hundred and
'hug viz: and secretary nine thousand bevvn For salaries of the district judges, And tiLe Secretary of the Treasury vi.i--d further, That the Secretary of the eigLty-three thousand fcix i hundred dollars ; t
1'ur labor fuel ] and miscellanes ] hundred dollars.
lights seventy thousand be\en hunnied dot be, and he is her.by authorized to contract Tieasury he. and he is hereby authorized and 1',. salaries! of forty-nine! keepers of ii"htvtaacls f Ill'lm
items three thou-und eight hunted For contingent expenses of said Territory for the construction of a custom directed and -
lars. () go on const;uct or cause ti' t\\city-six tLou audli'.c uudrtd Lid t1
and sixty] sixty live dollars. chiding the compensation of For compensation of the district houss on said site, to include accommodations be constructed, completed nnd finished! the and iit'ty dolla s ; f L

}*oei-Ujticc JJ'j: artihtnt,-For com the person employed by the governor judge of the southern district of California fora post ollice and United huiltiin: mentioned nud j P''ioridr-d foV, subject i i for teamen s wages, repairs, and supplies tJ -'
I't'tibutiou' &,t.the rofttnuuter-Gencrjil as a translator, fil'teeli hundred dollars. commencing the twenty third of States court room at a cost not exceedin" in nil things to the limitations restrictions I; of rty-nh.rj light vebsels, one Iiuudreu and

three Aae'utant Postmaaler General, January eighteen hundred and fifty two hundred thousand dollars. curtained herein.To I j lhty-t\\ thousand nine houdicd and foity-ono tiI

and the Clerks, messenger, assistant For compensation and mileage of four thousand and twenty eight dollars 1'or pnchasing: a site for a custom cnmp'cte! the custom-hous at Waldo- I t dollars and t. ..ty-Uiree ceuts ; I I: V

messenger and watchmen of said department the members: of the ]legislative assembly and eighty-eighty cents. house at San Francisco California a bOroUgh in the 'tate of Maine, this sum of For ex| enses oi mining, cleaning, and fopiiiing -

one hundred uud twenry-four officers clerks, and contingent expenses For salaries Of the Judges of the .sum not exceeding one hundred aud V thirteen ou9und dollars, which iu addition l nmoi.ring, ai d supplying! iossc'5; of

V thousand four hundred dollars ; of assembly, including the compensation criminal court and the orphans court fifty thousand dullars- to the sum heretofore appropriated shall constitute bating beajons at d ouoys, aud Chains and

For compensation oftemporary clerk of the person employed by eleven thousand seven hundred dollars. For the rebuilding of the customhouse the entire cost of the purchase of the sinkers tor the sanu, ana lor coloring atd
bite and the crcclion and completion of lLoTlmt
necessarily employed from the math Oj I the governor to revise and correct the I Porilond Maine including accommodations numbering zd1thebuOyeeighty.netju11d j V

:May, one thousand eight Imndivd and lawa of New Mexico and the expenses For salaries of the Attorney General for a poot otlice and bnildtngs. thiej hundred and LUy-ievoii dollars and ,x
the of the cita ;
Secretary be ttiirty-two
lifiyinree, to the thirtieth of June, one I IS of printing) the feame twenty thousand and the clerk and messenger in his rooms for the United State-5courts, two and he i ia hereby directed, out of Treasury any money- 1 or life boaU and other means of rendering V

tiuuaud; thousand eight hundred anti litiyluiiroue dollars.To office twelve thousand three hundred I Id hundred thousand dollars. in the treasury not othe-wlse; nppropMated to a&sfatance to wrecked niAriiiers and others '

cJiur four hundred ,ana lit'iy enable the Secretary of tli3 Treas oh Ia ri,. For extinguishment private claims' jipnly, such sum u in his opinion may be no- oa: the cca t of tht, United State-, Lri

and ;nutry- igiit ciu.CL.at1iLcfl un' to' pay for the pieservation) of the contingent expense-so of the ofUcv to tbo posessious of the whole or any p t-tsary to complete the building for the cus- thousand dolltr* ;

V : eje.40; c u.) .aid department archbe; >, oftiaTcrruory froui may fifth :it the Attorney General live hun part. ol'?"" the. -H euatjai" houac iuliu {Suu turn hjube, pit ultimo and court house ia i tin. [ tloisJ I; COcTLtED.j V






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worn Booneville by Old franklin to fH 'ette. Herman, by Gasconade Ferry, fredeiicksburjr I;I \ le. I,hun. : TKKKITORY. From Dubaque by fort Dodge to S
4 rrom Booneville by Conner's Mill to and xailey's creek to Linn.rrotn I rrom Neosho Albuquerque in NewMexico. From Tioy, ) Millxx'ood and Louisville to From fort Leavenxvorth to the Sac & Fox Buff! '
Gooch'a Mills. Herman: by Meniinae Iron Works, As'n! I ley. A\gen( \'. From Dubuque by Mosalem, Spruce Xfin
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j'r 31idxvfty to Piageh. From Hermitage by Buff-do to Hartpvill-. I Seminary. Creek SetlKmcnt, Middle-town, to Mexi From Fort Leavenxvortli! la fort Riley. P.-iirceton: Lc Cliir! and Flea&t
Vennout HilLboro bv Morse's ,mills (Grubb-: '' From :(foil Scott Craxxford to .
From Booneville by BcHu'tr. From to From Xeosho) to Rul1c'd (. co. t to Seminary. Valley Davenport.nion
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; Froom: Boonevilo, by Boone'a Lick," to From Houston by Stanford, and Hickory Xexv: Mndiid to. I Hickman's Bend Tuacumbia t,) I Erie! Oregon, Dry IOV/A.- I r.the Couuuties of Black hawk to Grj
Glasgow.Fiord Spring, tl!) Ilodtbridgo. Ark., by Pllint' t I'lcnsaiit. Solitude! SoKtude, Glazo nUll' Lebanon to Oakland.From : From Centreville in Appanooso County Hadirz! Rky. to fort Dodge. Yell County ,
Bolivnr by Hermansville! and Weabl From Houston to ThomnsxilU. Gnyoso, lId (Vl(>nxx >oil.,! 'j'USCUIII I.: to \Vayimeviie.Fromim via; the State Road: to Dvcatur iu Decaturcounty. nom DuLl1CIIe, by Centreto\Vn, Wbite'Io'ter
'iK'J1 au to Oceola. from Houston Philadelphia to Shelbyxille. from Nf \\' Matiiii1!, to HicKman, I\)'. Versatile.by: Mining! to Eric. and RflckvilL- Delhi!
.4 Fiora Bolivar by Halfway, to Buffalo. I From Oceola, bv Ro>cor St. IKleii Cop. I FrQIU Tusctmibia l,y Mouannt: Mount, and From Wintersct Madiccn county via rrcm Dubuque. by CblmrngviUo: N'rt
From Bolivar to Fremont!, by Fir: Play From HuntsviUvi, 1 by Smit'aland and Midills- lin er's Mills Fip'timnt, Wliilu I H.re. Horie 1 1Ctetk !Rocky to Veriles.Fm : | Quincy: darns: comity and >idnt-y, fremor.t I 'Vine Ooakbnd, Viola, 'Ji\'ola! Colonj, Xe.
und Bear creek. Grove to Madison.From I and Coon Cretk. to (_ nrtliagt-. I oni Tuscnmhia! to Lebanon, by Wet i county to Talle Creek (Old foit Kcarny) iu i stead, ElkJdor, Highland Elyria, We5t 1
111.: k From Bolivar to Sarcoxie, by Oileans, : Independence: : by Westport rort Loa- \i rrom Otfoi.l.i. by C'h l Ik! Lev 1 1. :'lnnn lIw, i ( l Ilizo and DrG JaIl". : Nebraska'. t Docglaf, and (Cld Mission, to fort Ali
4 Ciisp Praiiie, Greenfield King's Point, spring I' venxvorlh, fort Kt-irney, fort Ln ra iiili f.rtSmith Pa pi 1I'iIIl'. and Little Oatre, to Foil tOtt. I From Union to Divetzxillp! in ftaiik'in Co, !; Frant.llstln: !III., viaii'apclloVash- kinson.
River, and Boxxvr'a Mill 1 :,I" and I Green River, to Salt I t LakeCitv, inOccr.l h: t to I lIan I I- ,;mlle.! Frum I r nii.n to Lebanon.: I ington, Lancaster, (:!: loc?t, Knoxvilk-, FrOm Dahuqne, by West Union Aobrn
From Bowling Green by Vsinnoy's Mills, (Utah: Tenitory.) From Oceola: by Jenkin* 1..idge, Quincy, ,' From Union I by Traveler's Repose, to Virginia dianola, Wi'Uerstt to Council Blutfs, loxxa.FIOP.J and Old Mission, to Decorrah. *
: ,t.. and Hickory creek to Mexico. From Independence) Westport, Kansas and u'ed-joe to I Heimitn l'. ..3Iimme.Promo I Council HIulis! via Magnolia and DeSoto From Dubuque, by Sullivan LamofX(7./<
I From Brunswick by Yellow creek to Linnena. Delaware, Fort Lcavn worth, Weston, Mo., I Fromnge: by Cherrv Vil!!<-y .cUrt b"inl. !,. Union by Socthwnrd, lu-one, Jake's to Sargeanl'b I'lull! drew, BriJgepoit, Maquoketa, Brookfield"VeItcn (
De Kalk, and Sparta, to St. Joeeph's.! Mnntank, Devall and Liclic"to: : KlUworld. J i i iFiorn Pi. ait io, and :Millet's; to Little 1'hey. I I ron Charleston via franklin Centre and \ Dewitt, Walnut Fork, DMRockingham "
.. IHUB.! From Independence I by, Buo! Springs, Sto. Ohio Cit1 by iajdwiiiviilo and I| fn in Vcr aiu-a! I by uoxler's .Mill: Dtiroc Dover to Salem and ML 1 Pleasant. Blue Grass, and Mtlpine V>
From Brunswick' by Utce! to Gallatin. ny Point, Oak Giox-e, and: Chapel Hill to Hope well to Couiiib.r.! : : I.es-ol-y, Ctoss Timbers, .!ack Oak Point, ;, 1 rom Apjlo (;ro\"c via Delhi, Carlisle and Muscatine.
t From Brunswick by C'mptlll' ferry Little Columbus. From Ohio City to Cairo, 11.; Verbena and Sentinel; L I'r.tirit., u n..livar. Grut-ii Buih to VFrom V <'r 't. from Duburup, by the Catholic Church it
it..:'.: Comptoii, and rnirland to Chillicothe. From InuVpcnilenco! by B'g Cedar, and From OWI.'II'-\ll! to .Mount Carmel, !!!. from r('.- -:Jlle.> by !"renco to Georgetown.from I .&ndi: os. by fultcn! Iron Hills, John- Gurry, O.ven, Canton Cobb, Tipton, Roclt
.. From Brunswick to Bloomington.: Pleasant: Hill ta: Liberty. | Fiom IVm.xra, |II\ mo<.kextile, Pniladel-j: :. m : Versailles by Mining, to 1.il' | ton's: Scoteh (;Jrove, Edinburjr, Anzitnosa, Creek, and Moscow, to \ID8c _ntin..
. ., From Caledonia by Iron Mountain: ?, Farm I Fion: Ind'p: nJt'nco .1Ij' Wayne City to| j ;phi.i, ',Vt';$ Spiinjfi; l II I, :c. ':11.I .. Hoe' 1'.1ft'' I j' fiom. Van r/uicnby Pike cictk to '1 !zc'10a3- : Xi'c-oj l. Uoahlor :.d Siniug hove to Quac- from Dubuque, by Buncombe, Otter Creclt
S. .f ington, Kinkeud, Mine, La Motf, Fredericktown Liberty. i Edina and Saml I Hill.I t t'> Memphis.j : villi, 'l't: lll1. fal rner'3 Creek, and fulton. to Maqukcta.
II' t Pat on, White Water, and Jackson tj From Iron mountain Arcadia, L,>@ter. j From PilllJriIJ- Warren. OAd ,I 1.-. ShiIlliyxil'e !j from Warsaxv; by l Rocky Rii'g"' Quincy, j jj FromnIrew by Hickory Grove, Spring I from Duhuque, by New Wine, Slr:: berry
A' Cape Git I.delu. yule, Centreville and Al I unocle t-i Eminence.; I Iag.t r's Grove, r.i.d Ten .Mile! to j ElkiO'.j! n.Iivnr, ::ri::!htoi: and Kii.-l.Iai.d! to i Hro/.k and I.'ellexiro to G'aleta Ill. Point, Robertson's ford, and West Union, to
t..1 z.. 4.. From Caledonia by Monger's mills, Les From lion, Mountain by Pilot Ku lzt.. ,I nIIIlHllil"tnll.' I Si):i ii&l: I. I I I'Wn1dd by Potioia( I.IHI! County Scats D (rr I\h. .
1Tt' tr\ille, Logan Creek, and I Henpeck, to cakia and Patterson to Greenville.! Ij j Froai Palmyra, to :!hri"Jit"; i iI fioniVarsuv l by Telio, Caihoun, Clinton, ''i.f Au!jjfl): nnd"Sliclly: to Magnolia. from Duluqne.by DurangoPin Oak,Mill-
# Van Buren. From Jackson by County Seat. Pel kin's 7'ii itnI P.irls! by Wondlawii! \'.'( lo.h'iiI"1 l j. and Xorris foik.; l \ig 'i tek. ;> !!'n>ii: Ashlat by IJataxia, Cunpctisc llIll'I.gdm xille, and Guttenburg, to 'arnaviilo.
. .i' :.:..t. b From Carthage by Dimmd: Grove to Creek, und Lnwndis, to Gni"xile.! I Williamsuniillo! nloorningto: ::, East fv:!It atJ) from Wnijiaxv by. 'i'tii :k..y cre<-k, Mount 1I \ : to WCU. IH.I. from Eddytillc! by Des MoinesCity, Grsv'j
;. !tk Xeosbo. Ficm JMC!'SOJ, by Pc-Dj-lta, and Piketon! ,, '! Xfxvbsn"! to Kiiksvil: : !.,. I j jj View Cross Ti.bw: #, li I b.immma al.J Round'!' l'rllmIJ'l 'rovo: by Di lh:, CarlLle! ai.d creek and Halfway Prairie, to Albia.
., :' .. From California by Round Hill!, Gilroy, to Blooni.ioiij.Fiom : ; 1'.rii: l'.i: tu -'i'id.i l'fiI! to m:1\I! to. i Gl'lIILlI. 'xVinterstt.. From Eddyxillo by Hamilton, Red Cedar
,. '-,'4k' Mount Carmel, Uttcrville, anJ Arnitor, to Jcfll'r-ou Ciy!) by Westphalia, Maxass I Fo ii Paris by (:r -(\\IOJ! \Y-.1',:es\i:1.: : ', frr-Ki: War>axv by I Hi-g'.f'd creek! to ()\e. la. !' 1"1'0111PI''! Grove; Ly frceb, Hartford and Mill", and Attica to Knoxville.
t. 0 Pleasant Green. Kimll alltJok SpuiKh Pr.i.iolav, arnet',, : Sh'Tux. ville! :.-HI r."lh: I to Xe-.v.ii !k. { \t'aatburiu'a, : 1'r.ii.ii' hy J U. I;ottI-I' I'almyia to indianola. From EddyviJbby! L'Iutlcreekigjsh Point
.' -- From Canton by Ti.lly, Prairie, Oa! 'ey.Fairmount Steelvi'c: Osago and Harmony to CaL'dmiii. Fro:! J'.i.ii-\iil; ; : ( by Li'.llo O6:ie, Dry i ii !j. t'iJ:1l', ; : Jenuing* 0:1: \VLitu! RIXHT, aiu! I From Boonsboio! by Homer to fort Dodge. Berry, Columbu?, Learning's Point, mJg
'I. '1 :Memphig, Middle Fabbio: ami 1 I : i, Wnoil, and L'Miwr t.) ( :trt'ige.' :i ;' Li'xy3; 1'110:113.1V.l.: : 'iVar E&ijle, to IluiitoViili. From Brighton }by Valley and Dutch Creek way and Beaver to Fort des Moines.
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4 0 Cherry Grove tu Lancaster.: | From ( .'roi City by Russelv'!,*, Hi .'hj I From Pajii I isvj I lo by llloii: and White: ] '" .', ,\!I.ii. I' to Soutli Engiuh.From I[ Frorn Fairfield by L5Urty ilIe, 'J lowaviie! ,
: From Cap-au-C-tirt by ('h1n1m.Tro. ), |I Point, V cr Iil'i, lI.nC rl'c 1, and: C\.!' n.to i.reiMii-/ '*! !.!i. II |i I! Fnjni '.':!"!'i'O'1:H'i' Pr.irie: 1J)' Loonies-1,' Burlington by )ill,.!! town, Danville !I| : Market: Salt creek, Florist,"auj OM. i il'W '
1k... Y Haw Point, Covington and King'* .Mills, to j i Camp, to \ :irsav. I j Fi.>'n IVrrxill.by Port JVrrv t-> ,"lic<>tt'r. i xilk-, iM.exiIe; uul: !t;.tblg" Cum: House, to I Noxv London( .Mt Pleasant! Kcii.e and: Lock- quist to Bloon.ittg.! ;
p Danxillrf. I Fro.n: Jc-lfersiin City, ]by Win. SlI iith' .1 i t From Pin*'jni>x-by I : Loulre !Ul.ii.d! and' ni:". \2 InsilI! !k. L:itIJ to :f.ii: f U Id. From Fairfield? H:1ta"ispnc.y city, Ot-
I From Cape Girardeau by Benton Pleasant I. Hichard RnudenV! and: Lathatn't:, tj Littl- :] .7plii)i !! ; to Ihll..I1.; 1 :| l"ionr: a.' !Il' xiMe by tellcfonte( Oikl.irirl, '! From Bmlington by ParriJi, Lowell, East tumxva, Clakesbury, Albion, and La Granga
p., Plains and OgJen; to New Madrid. Piru'y, in Pul.i-Ki County. j Fn>ni Phtt'-hnrij: by CaMile! it.ver'setLI.b.. i iI C'a e :'I'ril"lIo'llu: : 'y, l'l,,: ,': lIt l'raim', : (iroxe; Salem, Ilillsboro, Utica and Union to I to Chariton.
.: From Carrollton; by Utica, to Ciiilicothe.t From; J.'f1'nln City, by Dixonx-ille, Lookout I I merit :1:11 I HOle I."tl'r to Sava rndi.; i. and NValitM! :.orcst tn Spri.igfiol; !I.I I. | J iveoaauqua. From Fairfield by IFaugh's Point, Brooltpvi'lp -
: .,.i. ... From Castillo by Noah Boono'a to Xeofcho. ,. and Califurnia \ Round I Hill.I i I nom Prai: ic-\5e!! I by Payncaxilltt to Claiks-j! {., fila:1: '. \tt-viilu: : by Lo jan, and acra- ; From Burlington; by AlfJri hl'!, BIufTDalc! Compf'tinbingd p, Butler end [rc-
'I From Jefferson City by Mat ion, James- I I:11..,. ; n.o ito to I Ibrt I \ll':! !Ht-rxkeye, Palo Alto. TooLuoro and Port mont, to Oskalooa.
.. ; From Cassvillo by King'a Praiiie, to Mt. tow: )'Midxvav, und ClafUlk! to Boonille. '!, Fiom Piinccton by Bet'i.iny'! to (leiitry: C.i i roin' Wr.rrenlon! to .UiltlJt! ton. ![ 'L'-'I u5c utlnc. I From FaJrfiYld (to Lnn l1stPr.
.1 Vernon. \ ;' H. I! From \\":tl'l hI by Chambcrsburg to'I I From Builington by Dodgeville, Yellow From fairview by Springvllle, Marion, Ce-
L' From Cave Spiitig by lI.lrbvm! and RedBud | I FiO'n, JefFerson City to Little Rich Woods. J:| From Piinceton by '1if.HlI"Ir'rrl'nu! : ;::, i!I Union: Corners; loxva. SpringsLittonVarello; Karrkoti and Grand dat Rapid, and IIoo it'r's Grove to London.
\l.' to Rockbiidge.. I From Jelleid/n City by Stone's POI to :; and (<:!t**,\ Creek to ('liilliootlie.! I j I fromYiahi: igl': ll by Union, Beaufort, I 'v jew to .Muscantiae.Frum : From fI view by Ridgo 'ai.d Jordon'i
4 : From Colurnbiji to Xashvill.} Columbia.! j i From I'oit Wjllinrn by ::. \\*. 1 Kx'a'i's: stone: !ItIL'I:3: Enon: 3lutiiit Sterling; Linn, Looc I JJutltr by Steady Run, Lancaster, I IIt Grove to Paris.
'1 From Chapel Hill by Basin Knob, and| ]] From Jefferson City, by Stiingtoxvn, and 1': Grubbvillo and Hunker's Pri: Ic to RioliWood ; creel:, Li-Ie l at.il. T.io.s to Jclltroon: : city. : thl: I.1 at.d Clay to ighton. I From farmingtnn by Union Corners, file!
.; i', Elaff Springs to Big Creek i I Hickory Hill, to I'ti.ctitu1ii., :I *. i;j; n.iui Vv'ajhii.gloii Xc-xvport, ;:nd u'.iih'a: t I From Bunker! Hill! to Praiiie du Chien. i tonouth sida of Fox liver) and Pula&ki l to
From Cliillicothe by Spiing Hill and Cbar I From J..f1'crsI City, by Dixonvil'e: LookOut From Quincy'J\' I II 1u'mianvi1!I,. anti S. ni'is-j:;: hulls! to H I'rIIW.: j(I From I'lllevue.I Spring Brook, IlL'gin: nioouiSf
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:' Creek to Gallatin. ] Califoriiia and Pi'gah.C |, taw! .vi-1 l Son's t'ore to frfti'.o-tf.:! I'i ij '.I irom Vrlllni.-btirj; : : by Shsrnroclc, Miilllo-'! ![port, IJoon; Springs and Charlotte to Jew it. I From fort des :Monies by Bnone, Atfl//
Pt 4 Fiom Columbia( by Yomgers, and Salt Frnm' Kin.i: by \\:1I1.Jotta Park! iIl&', j Fiom Richmond by Mel.il! !;', t'J FinnexV.j, town: iVuiiio Mound, aid: .:111.tv oJ Boxxling i i Fiom, Blonniucld! by l'oii: Isabel, Givcti :If'Ka.rlkn, and Hanlins Groxe to .Mac1 -
r., '. Hirer Mexico.. i and Hutnpton to PI itt-1 City I (Jroxc.j '! <;rCl'lI. |, '():tumnzria, ChilicotliC and L'dJyville to Oska.loa. '1 c !!oa; :.
*I*; fc* From Cliillicothe by Utica, Kingston f\\ From Kniii.is: Wiandotte! City, Neb., i from Rir-limond, }by Knox'/illu a-l; Kings- 1,I nom Wel P:.it; t tn We-t tl1l1't.' J I From fort Des Moines by Somerset, to ladinnola. -
Ly 0 Plum Creek and Beehive to PJattsburg. ;; Parkville! and' Ha-njtto-i: ;: i, to Pl.ittd City.From J ton to (ollnth.: I nllm1..Olt. ny lli::h Grove: to Ilarrisonxillo. -: From Blonmfldd! by Iralesxile! Union- .
Ful .. From Clifton by Herculincum, Selma, I : Kansas by Pa.- \'ilIlJ, and Hampton, i i-nvn Sav.inn.ili: l by I Hal-'d IViul: Litlsville! !,I !! I| yule! \l rni.l, louia ar.d Grcunxille to Ciiari- J From Fort Des Moines; bv S.-rTlorsvi///. / I
4:1: : Rush Tower, I 1-11. au Bois, St. Genevieve, St. i to Platte City. j and Reimiei-r to Maryxillo.: I j.i Frum Wostport to Van nuren, Ark. '! :011. I Polk City, Hopking Grove RjpVfc IM/e- I I
Mary, Perry villa and Aop'o! : Creek, to J uck.lion .1; Froai Kaus-i", by Westpirt, Ha ri rJ"ilIe, I rr-im Kichinoii'i: by (Union 'II I {.t5'" Ilou&e.1l 1 from \\fMpmt: by Xexv :.,ntL: fl-, Plum !;| From BloomGeld by DrakesvUle, Mt. Ca-! point, Boonsboro, and Dakota to Hotver.
,. ,.0 I I Papinsville, and Carlrige, Neo.ho.. :l and MeCIain'* mill; \1:11111",1:1'! : ; s .-> /Jr"'. .I. Giove, and. .Muckvil!:* to \\\it I'cii.t.! I j \:rv and Sharon to C .,, t From Clinton by Lucas, Elk fork, and 3 ; From Iva'io: (;.itoo Fairviexv, ilorence, i From Sarroxi" bv 'si"' 'it t'l.'UsaT.t) : \alley i i: hum Vt ( tlJl1 to St. J CEt".U' 'S i'/u boom'I" From liloomiiclcl by Drakcsxlilo, Oak Eldora, the County seat of Hardin.
q., Bctler to West Point. Ii and Ctu').it Bind! *, to Linden: :M hi.I \ !: Prairie: and! (;:11111I'!. l Cil!-.-. I i.iglon.' (' ;Spring, Soap Creek, Avery, Alb :t, Sorelia, From fort des Moines by Marietta Cedar
t. ::4; From Clinton by Post Oak to STarrenz.'r I From Kejtesville, to Bee Blanch St-ttlc-! : 1'lIIm5 a I c.xi" by Di.inoid Grove t.< :I n om ",\ (:tO1! by Xoxv .Market! Ha.na'is.. : i'.inccton. Hamilton! Ely and Attica: Knoxilk. fells, Mentral and Old! Mission to Prairie da
burg. I ment. f :: uh.thc11; i j t-i, and I.! :Itltil'.> milltt> i I'liiiKbtii'tj.I ; \ Chien: WisFrom
: 'ad-p. From Clinton by Dee;) Water and Spruce,J t From King"-tor;, by Mlrablo, Elrnont: !, 't.Fro:n i.-cmio. to (_';trh1' ". I I I f.'o:1 \\'t.t 1' :.ii1&. tu Cl.ii !j't'a:1X. From CamancLo to Albany in !il. fort des Moines' by Greenbusb, and
And Pleasant Gap to Papinsxille. I! Grindstone Poi-it .Miysvllland Gtntryvile', From St. Ciiailes! 1W._ iMmrjr limit Hill, | )H : ST.TiliITOit; : YoI II From CamancLo to De\\ ia. Montpelier to \ r.tersE'tt.
., From Clinton by Browning's ferry, and J'' to Gentry C4 uit !Ion>e.j '!'Ttoy, Old! AK-tar.dii! h i, Auburn! Prairil'\'iJ"1! j I from: Crow \''ig: by Cass Lake and Red : From Chariton by Croytion and Grand From fort des 'Moines. :3Iarictta, via: Ne
Clay to Oceola. I j From.Ki. ksrilc, to ColTjeville, in Adair. ii'>xvlinir; Green, Frankfurt, -:a.1 New London.to ,I Lake to IVtubina.! ; River to Princeton Mo. I
$' '.ii;.". I From Crab Orchard by Prospect Hill, andHuinee County. Hannibal.From ; I. i'I' fro'ii (.'iowS h'g by Sandy Lake, to fond ,1 From Chariton by Douglas and Lewis to vada.From fort Atkinson by Dccorab, to Lansing :
to Plattsburg. }I From; Kiiksville, by Green Top, to Lin." : St. Ch.ulf'3 *o Mexi'o.j I Ju L.r. Coun IHuils. f
4j. < From Doniphan to Martin&burg. I caster. I nom St. ('ha ilts lay I IIa'ii: : : :H"1onri. |, front Dcccorah Iowa, by mowns\illt, ; From Chariton by Newborn, Hammons- From fort Madison by West Point Grove,
4, !: From Danville to Mexico From Kirksville to Lnneu;. l ton, Auji'.ifcla, FI nun, (Org ; :uJ .Marthasj j i I Mo-ittcnm i and: I Mrnesoln: City to \"\ abinaxx. {I bnrg to I Indiauola.i Vega Glasgow Wooster and Harmony, to
From Ellsworth! by Roubideur, to Hartsrille. From LelJ:1l1on.y Long: Lan, B -flI."i. viliu to Pillckui I from falls St. Anthony to"UnIt Canada. rom C'haiiton by Argo Glenns, Bartlcttville airfield.
3 ': I Shady Grove, Pasco, and Hickory Barren JSpringfil'lJ. oi i iron: St. (:'eiioviovc by A--nn to Kir.kesd. I II i I from I falls! of St. .\llhollLv Sd-jtlieti'a |;, White Breast and ilopeville to I'iigah. |( From fort Madison by West Point Eig
':. From Eleven Points to Jackson, Ark., by ,I!I rrom St.. dV.icxive; : t.t Kt&kn'f: 111. i j j I II i Milt! Like! Minnotouka: and \Valkei i ij I From Chariton by Tallyhoma and Oceolo i Mound and Utica to Keasauqua.
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p He >rJt'Y'II. I From Lebanon: !by Brush Creek! rorlner'sHill : }'rof1l-it. (;lenexive! to i'ariitintmn. ij i' Lai-ding: to I lit inlerson.. f fJ to I'i-gnh.} { From fort Madison by Denmark Parrish,
4'4- From Eminence to Thomasville, [ !, St. Luke! and .""t. Mark, to Spiingfield. j! Frum Slioit ienJ: by iwccLcurulge's, : M iiI!, I front t foit Alkiiuon! in Iowa to fairbault, in j From Chariton: by Ocoola l Pi>gah, Union, New London, Pleasant Grove, Dod eviIl(,
From Erie Buffalo.. j From Lebanon! : tu Ho': ton. !: anti'in, <.toll, 11 Ivi.iiie'sce. 1 :.Minnesota.fn t i I Adair and .Montgomery; C. II. tu Cocnville. | Yellow Sprinzs and Kossath to
;h From Eiie to Oakland, by Lebanon. i From LeLa:1onrl: k., by .Marshall': Prai i FIOIII Sbelbxvi'lo to Kirk xi'K'. II J >;!u I fort r i1't'; )' to Crow Win:. :j From Charleston by Dover and Salem to ( Point in Des Monies: county. Hickory
., Fiom Eri by Lebanon, Jericho, Hazle- I| lie, and. Hnssaw'o Piaiiie, to roib' th.i. }'HJIII-t Jobc-j'ii bv, Savannah' XoiK'ixx-ay, I from !fort Si.tiling'; to the filU St. Anthony. ': ML i Plea&ant.i'rom j From fort Madison by .Franklin' rod Prim
...i *. tit ?. From Arrow ford, and St. John! to; Piincton. I.iadclI :\I I IIl'Il'r-oil.l Little I Le Seur and Tra- ; Piiin and Lowell to :It. Pleasant. fort :
rayettc by Bo-jnsborough to I Huh ciHvk, :'hEi! -.-.'k.! : ( :r..u-. K-ij.ido, Madison by Appanoose, Ill,
'*- .-4 rock.From :: From La ("ragt. to Ilou-ton.! '<, (Id\\a.) Au-tin, ( ;tit i nxxo"., Sd,\.v, : t..1. { lJ:1WI I,'j verse I Des Sion.x; to .Maukato. :1 1 from Cedar falls to Cedar Lake. \ Fontooscc and Dallas city to Laharpr.
: : FUlton by Concord, Mexico: andLong From La Graniro lo Monticelb.j j t hiMlhuig I tim Council 1 I lill.',. I I I I fn/ii: fort' Sill thug by j!oominjr, Little! i:; From Cedar Rapids to Martngo.j From Glennwood Mills county, by xV
Branch to Paris. j From La Grange to Xexx'aik. I Froai St. Jos-eph'j }by !t'iclict.r, and (:CI"- ., I'apJ-s Traverse tJ.'s Sioux, and Le St-ur, to j I Ii From Cedar Rapius by Palo, Oak Grove, bra:!
From FJiirvicxv to High Point, Johnn co.(J From Lebanon: to \r:tymiesiIle.I I t tryxil'e to .. !it'II,. .i; Lac q.i From Farmington by Bij l Riser Mill, Silver I From Lcxin roll, by Camdtrn, to Rich.ix'1olid. i-J.I nom St. Jn t'lh's; br Waltii.t! : Hill! and I :: from I'einU-rson' by fort Riilgcly, to the : tails. I McGregor's Landing to Prairie du Chien,
vrf.4V./ Springs. Avoca and Arglc! to Hillsboro.From i. i I j I Ru'khousu I I 1'iaiiie to JI.t I"'ljul m g. ; :IOUXg"'Iy.. : From Centrnvilk l by South fork, Cor.rdon'i it--> is.
-r .? rulton! by Reform{ to POI tbllJ. Fiom Lexington, by Ro,wick'sJiII3., to j Fro'ii St. Joseph's Iy I'vat.sviIIe: : ..Maryxei !! I fiom: Matikas-a to Decorrah,, low.i. I I.. Bethlehem! Cambria, Garden Grovo and 1 From Garnavallo by Farmersburg and
'v ...*. From rulton by Milicreburg! ? Columbia, *I Columbus, \\'. rrt'nLu"gir" Moss, and Tabo iand': \ ctO::l to (G.-.lhli'i. I from Mi.idota! : by Little-llapids! l Traverse Ho.l\'iUt.[ to 1'kgali. Monoa to Har in.
II..ttd.l.. 4 Rockpoit, and Fayette ti) Gasgo-.v. j to Lexingttiri. '!I!. nOIl:1.; Jo epii's I by Sentinel I, I Rochester: J I !is :Siuux and Little lit ck, to Laqui Patle From Centrexillu by 'Y clb' Mills to Lancaster From Garden Grove, by Decatur C. U.,
From fulton by St. AuWrt} to I.(". I from Lexington, by Ar.thon Young's I*. and (Gentr\\lU; : > to ( .r.tiv ( \.nrt I llose.: I from Jiinr.i-sota! city to Traxeisc des >i iou -I Mo.From and Sew Buda Lett's Grove.
1c4:: .' From fursyth by Cape Fear tu Cassxille.i lijfth: Gl.idick's, Fii-cdoni Kiihpatiick's' |I! From St. Louia by ;;t. ( ;harlt: <.., Aniut.i; '! \. Centreville to Chariton.; From Gardner Grove, by South Independence -
'.2' From Fors\lh to CrrolltIIIIk.. I j.Milh; and Snobnosler: to Calitoun. i \\;t tilJgtlln, PincLncy, I II let 11,1.111.: l\iil.nl'i : fiom ?;,.hnll', : Lan!!inir, Wisconsin, IJtlwfoad \ From Centrc\ilk by Iconium to Chariton. and county seats of Ringgold, and
J4. From rorsxth" by Big Beaver creek, to| From Lexington: by (:n'l'lon, Suilar, St. Aube.t: t t. Jcfl'eiton City, (':,ex iMe: Matioii. i \\': Village:; Olixe Grove, and .Men- I From Centreville l by Corydon, South Independence Taylor counties, \od war, Clorinda and
HartBvillo.: i Chapel: Hill Lone Jack, and Pleasant Hill 1, ': Nashxille, It. rheport. JI.mi1h'nuw: Rock : ilita, (pI ill.,) to fort S.'itlling. II County Seats of RingoM and Taylor Sidney to Gaston.
From rorsyth by North fork to Rock-; !\ to H ani!onville.! j .- bridge. t From Lexington IT George-town. "j I Dex\it, .Miami, Waxt-rley\ Doxj-r Landi.t! ; !, : :Mills, '1'.i.\ lur's falls, of St. Croix amid Pocke- From Centrevillt to St. Johns Mo. River, Decorrah and Burr-Oak to St. Paul!,
;'. ::. Flora Frt del iddo\\11 to LoxvnJes, by milldam 1- \; Fiom J.itle, by "..!tIlh.lia, Mavais, Pay i L.xiJritoll.Jilltlfll., Cannleti, Sibley! : soma L:.ke, to falls of St. Louis River, ofijiike r From Centre Poiut by Mary&ville to Brad 3IInn.
Duvall, and Boiling.-. I Don, Kinderhook, Lane': *, Prairie, S4i!t:1 I..ib!t), Ikirid. l.h, Ivnns.is I'.ukville, luit! ; S.ij'::jtir. ford.From From Independence by Mentral and Brad
:tr,&: From Fifderick'oxvn, by Cold Water, !! hh PM'IMC, '1 nral l'C, Steelxillo, Obage/and Leavmixx-orlh aiitt V\-jioii, tq) St. Jo.",-pli. from Point Douglas by Co'tnge! Grove and I Cedar falls by John C. Barrick's ford to OM .Mission.
t. Greenville, Cane, Creek, Mai tin!hurg, Hick''d'. Haiinony, to Cal dJlli.1.I I From: St. Louis by Central Crexe-Cccar, !;: Red Rock to St. P.IUI!, to St. Paul. and Coon Grove: to Clear Lz tc. From Independence by Elk! Run and Waterloo
11 Terry, Ark., Crossin's Store, Hammer's store.I, I From: I.ibeity, by Ridgc-ly, RinggoM, ami i' and imt1l'-inuut to r.vnlioniiue.! ,'! From Red Wing on .ilSII'l| river, via i From Centrepoitit! I by Maryavilio and En- to Clear! falls.
Fcurche; Dumas, Pocahoulas: and Black'sferry Cnr; leir Point! t-t: I'uena Vista. j Irom 'St. Louis I by Wnltnnltom! rt'fi-o. 'f.i; :: bault! and I Henderson, to fort Riilgely. f terp-ise:i to Bradford. From Independence by Cedar falls and
to Jackson. I! From Lihei ltv fc- to I'lntttihiirfr.-- C3.* 11nl1l1t J ... nridgi-ton, St. Chailes"Cottljxillo! i I :I\'I"r'b. : From St. Paul by Stillxvatrr and :t. Crcix I From Colesburg by Sodaruvlllo and Wilsonvillo through the! counties of Black Hawk, G randy
l From Frankfoi to lorida by Sponcersburg (GiK'ad Paiadrae, and Catjientcr'd Stoic, to :tore, I Hickory I ) ('rove, .-\'aiiei.jon:: i'- :.I11' I j falls to the 1 luoiitli of Left Hand River, at to West Union. Hardin and RUey to fort Dodge ia Yell
Madiuonxille and Lick crcek.L Pla'tsburg.Fioin uranch! I High I Mil!, DanxillcVil iunsb.irli: ; ; fond Da I.\VisconMn.. From Clayton to Lancaster in Wisconsin.From .I county. A
: L From Fiemont to roit. HcotL Liberty, by Barry end Plattu] Ciij; Jllllcs'TtII\lI'tI. niton, NL\V I'loun.iield :-:sid I From :t. Paul by Cam iie! Olivo Grovt, Ci! ton by t'arnuville, Elkador, From Indianola! by Handsome View, Oce
: From Gentry Court Iloute, by Alantlins to \ ston. lliboinia to Jeiil-rton: city. Puint Douglas, Prescott, I Red \ llg. Reed's Wagner and Clearmont to West Union.From : I ola, Whito Breast, Garden Irevo, South Independence
Grove, Sweet Home, Mar)xillv, and Hullaa i] From Lilt!e, by Refo and Ellsworth! to I From St. Louis by: C.irksv51le! (1I1'-:1t1. I Landing, Nelson's Landing, Mount Vernon, Columbus by Union IVairie, Jamestown : Decatur, New Buda, Nine Eagles
.r Ferry to Linden.! i I Iou 1 ton. trri<, La (Jiange i Louisiana; Canton, I Ilauili.il I Winona! Buixvnaiilk: Minniuxvah, Laerosa, and Decorrah to Louiaxilkv I and Burr Oak Missouri to Princeton
.1. From Georgetown to Marc-hall, by Long- From Little Prairie to Crane Creek. j) Tully, ::1ltt i.ii, city, ( iiiiicy, I III., Alexandiia, Warner's Landing, Laiibing, ('n pole, Buena From Columbus City in Louisa County to 'i1 Jo.
r wood. From Liuneus, by Scotsville, to Mibm. and NVarsaxv to Ki-oknrk, Iowa. FKta. Prairie Du CLien, Griltenbuig, \\eM's Yatton in Washington County. I From Iowa city by Solon, Ivanhoe, 3onn/
rrom Georgetown by Windsor and Cal. From L'nneus, by Neved.i, to Trenton. I irom St. Loui }II y Carondelet; ) Jefleisinnarrarks I Landing to (:'alenu. From Council Blufla by Winter Quarters : Vernon, fairview, Anamosa, MontidlfoBoweu's
Loon to Clinton. From Linneus to Kirktsvilie. i Maltese! Sulphur" Springs, Clifton' ,, I Fiom St. Paul by Kaposn, Carlisle, Point to fort Calhoun, Nebraska Ty. I t Prairie, Cascade, Fillmore and'Mil-
I nom Georgetown !hy rail-view, Knobnos- From Maramer, by Little Prnirio, Little I J I ill'I IUro, (Jlentinlas, (Gld 'mI 1illl's/and Ptitui> i Douglas Prescott, Wiacuiirin, Red Wing, From Council Blutis h/Traders' [ L'roy to Dubuque.
.',t 1 Warrenbburg, Globe, and Big Creek, top Piney and Pine Bluff, to \Vayncsville.Fiom I to Caledonia.: ; I Min., Mount Vernon Reed's Landing, Nelj Cerro Gordo, Glenwood, Sidney, Point'l 1 J From, Iowa city by Old Man's creeillil:
.$, .:;*K 11!arrisoll\ilc.! I Man>hallby Hazel (Groveto, Browns-1 I From St. Louis by Laclede. 1 Kiikxvooil, j: son's Landing: Montoville, Lacross, (\i5.,) MeKissack's Grove to Linden )lo. I !lersburg, Deep River, Montezuma, jfe\fto
I rrom Georgetown to Spring Garden. \i1l(. ;h'rrimlll'III'nto'lI, FianK'in: Depot, I'oil BrowlIs'illlin": i lIiUllil'lhV' nrl.er' From Council BluHs by l'idgeon Mills, anti Parkersburg to fort des Moincs. ,
.: From Georgetown by Spiig:: fork, to Cole I From Marshall, by Elm Wood, Blanche, William and! South Point to U'aSshingttMi.Fiom I aniling, Wis., Winom.i isI lin., Minnesota Buyers River, Calhoun, Harrison, Sargent's : From Iowa city by Cap Honestead, M$-
; b1 Camp. and Elk Grove; to Laxington.rrom St. Louis by Sappinglon: Fcntun, I City, Lansing, Point Rock: Io., apo1i.nnd 31ulfs, Mononali and ValJiau to Big Sioux rengo, Doxvnard, and sear Crack to Monte-
I rrom Glasgow, by Ronnoke, Mount Airy, I Milan, by Went Locust, Lewis's and I Hou-e's I S:>riii: to I J lilisIjrt \Vi.I lister, to Prairie Du Chien, 'VLconsiu.Fromim I .iver.:{ zuma.
tt.- lluntsville, Milton) MadisonPHIJS l llorida! I Mill, and Judge Johnson's Store, to Princetoil. Fiom Slu-liixvillo by John W. Roy's, I.ytky's St. [Paul by falls: of St. Anthony, From Corydon to Chariton Point. From Iowa city by Frank Pearce Wascnville -
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t. s Indian creek, Saline and Pigeon creek, to Dan's, slId Dnmey's mills, to Milan. Itaca Elk River, D'ecorri;, Minomineo, clear From Croydon by Grand River to Princo- South English and Sigourney, to Lan
J Hanibal. From Miami to Brunswick. FrornSpringlield by White Oak Grove and :' Lake, Sauk Rapids U'"tllllbItlutla! or Swan, ton Mo. caster.
f From Ga! gotr to ,Bloominpton.. From McKinney ti Alton r (. Miik to Ftirsyth. 'I river. Little falls, and Bel-'e i: Prairio to Fort From Colony by Poultnoy, Yankee Settlement From Iowa city by Richmond, Washing
From Glasgow by Kejtesville. Brunswick, From :Memphis, by Pekin, Dr. P. '1". Huifs! I I From Springlu-ld by Henderson, Finley! and I lUpley. and Lodomillo to Straxxbury PoinL ton, Brighton, and Walnul to Fafrfleld.Iowa .
I Paik Manliu Dt-wiJt, and Stiles to Bloomfield Iowa. Red mitt to Rockhridge.Fiom I From St. Paul's via Redwing, and R( d'a From Davenport by Centre Grove, Lactin, city by West Liberty, ana OverruanV
CarrolltonfVound
Pleasant From Mexico by Shy Post Shamrock, and Spiingh'sld by Walnut Forest Dallas Landing in Wub.-uhaxv County, to 'Lansing Pedeo, Spritig Dale and Carthage to Iowa ferry to Mnscalinc. .
Grove, Ricbnwud, Crab Orchard,.and Flint Point, to Dan\'1Iu. St. Paul, llazelxvood, Waldo anil! J Pleasant in the Staler of loxva. City. I From Kane by Pfdgeon MIlls, Boyer river
4 Woodford, to Liberty. : prom Mexico by Littlcby, Lick Creek, Valley to HarUvilla. From St. Paul's b'y Stillxvater, Marine From Davenport by Allen's Grove,Thorns Sargent's Bluffs Harrison, Monona' an rrom Glasgow by Cambridge.' ,Petra-Mia- and Miidis'inville, to New London. From Springfield by Currnn Crane creek, :Mills and Taylor'falls to falls of St. Croix. Mill and Walnut fork to Anamosa. Wakhaw C. H.'to Big Siour River..
mi, nnd Cow creek to Marshall.irom From Monticello, by BlraTimht reJ i Cassville. Washbou'i-o's) PraiVie, Pea Ridge, From St. Paulto (fort Atkinson, Iowa From Davenport by Linn Grove, Big Rock From Kane to Sargent'a Blnffa
Greenfield by 'i'u rubitck,.M t. Vornon Branch Kirksvills Nincvah Milan and Hniley's huge Mills, Elm Grove, and Bcnlonville, From St. Paul to'fort' Snelling. and Cedar Rock Point, to Walnut fork. From Keokuk by SunainntriBe, Charleeton*
and flail l to C.ne creek Mil! Trenton.< Ark., to Fnyeltexille.- From St.Paul's by Dekorra and Elkader, From Davenport by Amity 1'i ton, \V ood.. Utica, 'Vincbest r orairmiuglwn., Lib rty ilt/
? rrom Greenville by Otter prwkand Fjom Monticello by 'I'uiiy.to Canton. From Springfield by Pond Crnek, Chi'sa. to Duburjne lo. bridge, Gouer's ferry, Newport and X wportCent.ru Cotton Grove,' Ashland, Agency city, and_
Ori 5nw od Valfey to Van Bureu. From Monticello by Colony to Sand Hill peak, Mount Veruonp Sarcoxle and Shoat' From St': Paul 01 the Emigrant route, by to Iowa City. D.ihlonfffu to Oskaloosa. '_ .
mini Green Toy 1 in Schuylcr county, by I From Mount Sterling by Wullam Jakit's creek &to Neosbo.rrom foil: Ridgrly to the Missouri river.! From Decor.ah, Iowa to \IauJt.! ;a. l-rot 'ke k k; by Caniargd ;Spring rPntiriCroton !
.. Ii ,.rtrord to Ct-DtrnUa. Iowa. Prairio Argo Bourbon Ibrri on'. Mills, and Springfield by soil' D'Arc, Ash! From St. Paul's to Little Canada. From Dcif'rah to Plum Grove. Waaren, Farmihg(; 1lnaprte1
rroui HuumUIi. bj Pi 1my'",- Iff.'or L k'" e fourcho kU\nnult.to'l'OOi: i; Grove and Hock Prairie'! toGreenfield.: .' ,, From St..l Paul's by Cannon fiver to Fair-, I, 1'roaa Decorrab, -Iowa_ by. BroWns Io,I Bcntowport,. 's'eja D; KC03W1t1t1 !iCl'i




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), () I 4PU1t, l'It) Stinat4iu, ..tidlor i-ioia afliUiiH ito OiU by KM m. t, Grultvrti, Culua. I Sprii: :lj4vl. l4j -Hi, Su'iimit Lirvw, Nt ila City il e I: Wi. fn CJiloriu3, Oagon. and Washington in the office of the third Auditor : Prcompoitn.oitheCOmflhIhIOflefO1.

.1AMIH'r to ao't'SfM- iJoi.ri-fTilo uul X! .If* Haili i s. Tchania.JViin I Fiihijiire Ct v. 1U-J Creek. lVr & .Ji.ywi) ,ni' l3pii4Xld -* nss the Secretary of tae! may deem For blank books, binding stationary, office Pensions and tho cletka and four messengers'
\ St'stsllhfttu Saluioii Vl\ auJ Loui vilti ( C.iH'k.'Snuu Ciara aud Sun LJanurJuio, CJ.
Su.n'nhv'llp City, ( ,)
from Kei'kuk by Motttn, t -vrKetuvn.Fioni Lu S i D.r.). leaionable! ; furniture, carti.I'.r; labor, two newspapers in his, olHce, wuetjevwn ihuusand cih;

rf 4M jibOii and Aujjiifet.i to Burlington. iFici.itiiontri) City by Houm! Tent, I wijli an1HtxJy. Fr.iiu S.dt Lake City by Union. Draper. Paluivra, ror proaf.rcading, pat king, and distributing the Union and Intillurencer, prewning hundred dollars. 4'

from Kfi.* u1 II by 1'iiuburg, Uisin sun Jouusuu's ILtucL'jm'd Grass Valley to Nevada EtJii City. America F nk, PjejisjuiU'r. ProriCityP hwsaml docuriietitb, including cases, labor liIt' and pajK-ra, txpcnbes bouuty land ser contingent expenses of sa d office :

Fbi&deIl1i1{ $ Liok Citvk, BusineVeaviile ( CU1L.1, City. vi .u. SpruiiTviie, Sumit I plii City. Guru Creek, and transj>orUioii; ten thousand: dollars vice, miscellaueous items and arrearages, For 43tigravincf and printing touuty-Lind
Fr.m S.iraimntx Frt-nvmt to Grafton.Fioin }'i.nsrc Silt and Canal deck to Mantl
Crtx-ij
to .UUuid. City by City. ; four thousand Sic hundred dollars. ceitiSoates, five thousand dollars ; 4
n4 From Salt Luke City Larunie to CauucilDlutf.
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bacru'iuiito >
by
City by Opliirxita.IVoiu
From Kei' *uqua by Home, Mo., Upton, S. iaiuviiUi Hty by 15-ulc'd C<>uJ tnueJ and .. in Iowa.' >or stationery, blank books, binding, labor hi the office of the fourth Auditor : For stntioiiHry, three- thousand dollMrt! : 9 j

Io'a &nd Wyanconda! to Memphis :Mo. DoNn: ** RUB to ltatt.Isisn.'lie Iir. From Salt Lake City by Stoker Farmirgtoo mad and attendance, furnknre, fixture repairs For atltionary, books l and binding: six hundred For binding brv>ks, two thouitand doll]trd 1 1

;: From Keob ujua by Wii.cheater and BirKiioxulto }'rt'm Sitctuipeiitn, City by {%> -ume, Dry town. SutUcr's K svilc tsp O deu Ci y. painting and glazing, (four thousand four dollars ; For furmtnr, fi'o hundred dollars ; -

$ to Ftliiit4J.FNt Cu-vk HtiJ J.irk xi t., M.'krIui From Saoi.tuieiiUi City by Tex* Hill M"rm I*- IL>liJ*y's Scttli-nifnt, Litlo Cottouwood aud Dra iuraviU' -
$$ ; by rleasautville, Wheeling l.inJ. Green Valcy, Culoimuu utid Culd! Spring to FluCe to Moiuitiiinule. ror copperplate printing, books, and maps, For mi&bellancoua] items, two hundred dollars. doli-irs ) : c

Three Kivt>r8 Lfld Carlisle to loit des Moino.Fiom i i'e.FnuuS.itiamitilo: From S.tlt Luke City by Tayloravile, West J >r lHn, one thousand dollars ; For t he General pnrpoic uftfo Department hi;

K'toxvillc by l*>.ukt r\illc, Lagrange City by Elk Gr-tve. Eliot's RatK-h, OurJucr's MiU, Dinijlmni aud Kati oa to Ccdur Vulley For newspapers, four hundred dollars ; In the office of the fifth Auditor : of the Interior For compensation of four ,-*> !

South folk ti Ontreillc. Uudviii-i uuJ SLI1J.(-' ILiurli l<> Sincktmi. For extra clerk hire and copying, 18thous For blank books, binding and stationary,' ivjitchmen far the eastern wing of the Patent '.
*nj From Sa'-raiiu'iita City by Txs Hill Mormon Is- "Fiom To-le City to GrutitsrHIe. dollars said clerks to be Olfiec the of the Interior .
Knoxville by Chariton, Aigo and( ; employed two hundred and fifty dollars ; occupied by Secretary ; i..4
From From Salt Luke Utah Lake to Sand Pitch j .
blul. S.ll.iiiitl F.tllit u-1 I (CilecUW onlv during the session of Congress when For hire three hundred dollars two thousand four hundred dollars ':4 .
Genuf$ t (!aidl'11 GroV4 i&LLeLt.O City) by) jNicLolitus und L'.iza, to1 Valley. | or of laborers, ; :
frtn ni'xville by Attica, and Lagrange, M.t: NEW MEXICO. indispensably necessary, to enable the deport ; For the purchase of t'oolu for .the library 'JJ

South f" i 1 loin j ici emciilo C ty, by Drotaivn, Lower RancLo, From Albuquerque by Zuni to Wondville CaL to answer some call made by either For miscellaneons items, including purclwce of the Patent-office, and for.supply ing a de-.

n Lapsing by Indim: Minion! to fot: i-ia Atiur.di'Uud Stt.tiCrt.k to Jaikt ...u.Fr Fiosn! Siiita Fe bv .Ibuqurrq'ieSoesrr. Lm Cuz- house of Congress at one session to be answered of new furniture, five hundred dollars ; ficiuncy in foraier appropriations, the sum of .1 Hi-1
from <>m I'-u-iiieiito C.ty Aubam und Yuiikce Jim's, <.4-4. 1).u! Atint, F-'it Fillni"ie, Frontero. (Texas ) El be
thousand
und Leima to SailAt at another. In the office of the Anditor of the Post Office I five dollars, to paid dot of the
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: (01idinu lillilfxFr Patb.i.' S ui : Majjolliusville
Uns1tg by \ ': Lycurgns, I .ni hnu DIjo{ by Santu L iW, to Foit Yut.ia, I t..nio. For miscellaneous item, one thousand dollars Department : Patent fund ; .

ird (nit AtUiioa to Wsh.ut cievL I ,, (:;..L EJ4P. 1'nniiSintH Ft-? by Snn Mi'uel, Las Vegas and ; For labor, Stationary, blank books, includIng To reimburse the Patent fund for expenses' : 9

Dec&b Lansing to Lycnrgus. 1'ni.n tfm Fr.incb.ei. by s.a.) by TrlniJaJ: anlFi I F; rt Ui.i.-n. M t. lij.lejeiKloure. For purchasing for the u-eofthe State forty large ledgers, binding and ruling, already incurred and paid for furnishing the

;-iaJ Lancaster by Spriiij lu M, IndianupUr.iJil Ci't.nt 1Itihs' .tt ety. iia'nl Fruiii idTui S iiiu*. Ft by La CaiuiJa and Albiciu to I'tr- De1ia' ttnm'tst. one hundred c pi"S of Little ten thousand and fifty dollars ; new wing of tha Patent.Office-bildngth ? 1i4- .

1(010 *m Sin Fr.itiiMbiM l>y Gravs Hmbor iuI and Urown's edition of the Uni'cd States For miscellaneous items file-boards of t sixteen thousaud dollars of the !
: .Mills, and .MoitcZwima to LbWoods. I Laid OUlli to St-i..Cu..tA1. Fi'nii S.tnl-i TV to S.ilt L-.ke City ia Utuk repairs sum appropriation -.
gird, i'4"iii 3'i'iU Kr-UviM1.!, (liy oa) by 31.ut-tey. Snn 1'm'ii S inta IV !.. Las: Vc..ia. Stafites at Large, and! the same number of cases and desks for safe-keeping of made by the act approved thirty- ,

from L ncat t<> L>.itin.t: Ann.i. the pa nphet! laws of the Thirty-third Conre papers, new furniture, lights, washing towels, first of May, eightee-n hundred and fifty-four,
Mill'! t4b il 'iitezumxFiflu Di.-gt. I Fit-in Dzau.1 by Fort Utlkaan to Guiucstlllc: i inT. ?*, thn'p thousand! fire hundit-d and sev ice, horse for messenger, telegraphic des for furnishing said wing, be and the same is V

LfWih by Qul.i.-y to Claim K | Ft$oiu San Ft-nici.eo. by Stciuberger, and Santa .\l-pro\c3.S B.- August 3, 1E54.I iitv-1lve dollars ; patches and stoves, ono thousand eight hun hereby authorized lo bo transferred by tha .. .. ,

from Lint"" by M iit i mug! : )UU. Vii i.ii i Orovo. U'pe | Clara to ftan. Jobe.i'i Liudin For the purchase of fifty sets of Howard's dred and fifty dollars.In proper accounting officers of the treasury to t -
MarbL's
F .mj. Columbj* C tv. I'oil Ailed, uJ bt.nijUfe.tviit and Now iasin\Vik I l'ivitfnc.to stock by to.i.Fiuiu il-utSac. I t An Act rrnVinc: Apnropriati f>r tlie Ci\Il and Dip- Reports of tOO Deci-ions of the Supreme; I the Oi'hce of the Treasurer: the credit of, the Pteut funtL f

,Pmn 1uw:n City.L- uillo: tn r >rt D.iJje.Frura Sun ruuvisco b ilaitinoz! to SacrcmcutoCitv. i lo-ii-.tic Exrs.us.- of GcitMiinier.l rr the year etuiin i Court of the United States, three thouaa.d: For blank books, binding, stationary, labor For contingent expenses of said buildingvinFor 'S '

Matiiiji tb iUrk-tU. ;: the tbiitictli (if June, (>iu- tIis'u-4til! 1 cLLt IJL.UIre five hundred dollars ; and miaccllaneuui uemi, one thousand five labor, fuel lights and incidental expeasos i
1 I fifty five. aid f-ir itlu-r .
ToU.il tDiW.. Fioui: S.iu F/ancieCo by Bcnicia to Sicrcincnto ai jfljoV.IJS For of hundred two thonsand five hundred dollars. ,
From Mmviigw I'y it ii.irtfi br tlie Si-n.it >itid H-mse of Itprt purchase: copies of the Reports of dollars.In t -

From Mitt;o by I'l-iLie Cifk, K<. zta, Tu'eJo.Mulaiil Ci Fiom v. S Fnmc'fco to Pi-tulutna.Fr i-itai\ts nf thi Liili-d State> .f America in C i the Supreme Court and Opinions of f the ttI the oiiice of the Register : For the preservation of the collections of 1 '

: : Mictfduuia!aul TmiVr 0:Mi&t'uivr i-li t.Fr.il MM* it uul*. Ni.Ja\\ay CII nil > in I'l' Fiaii'MjC > to S.tll llaf.trl.F 1 prea- i tubled, Tb..t I be I 1.lltsvitg! 01:1113 b ndilio !I torneys-iener of the United States for the For ruling and full binding twenty-three the Exploring Expedition : .

kiMMVMiU) Mo.Trmi .by I omSiuta liiib.iru to L >ss Aujt' s.Fro'ii hinii' are hereby appruj; ri.itcd i,'itf t.ny in nt>iyin [ executive offices of th Teiritoii-'s of Kan-as books for recording the Collectors quarterly For compensation of keepers watchmen ft- '.'

.' hC.eI'flt.L by ti/idiem. t.. flonwi! .'l. I S in Juan by Wt-t\ II! to Santa Cruz. > tli t tie.ituiy i.ol >tlurv.i-f apprdpriuted fijr tn! and .Nebraska, Lur hunuied ar.d fifty dol! abstracts of tho commerce and navigation and laborers, two thousand nine hundred and 4 4-: : -
4 li-et r vxI.rV.sed, fr the fi-.il vc.r ( Xssbi.i .
uuJ Cvuiro I'umt From Su i J') .- bGil.ov iaid :5aa Ju-u to iloiite- : ..t'3
toKroai and dollars
lars.
Frui M irurti by Lfy.tt* 1 i ti"' tl.iitii-tli
Qut9UCtfl. F.U 1 lev.'From San IVli o by L >s Angeles, IL-atc and Ueed'i* flltytivt,, It1nVly : j X-trlh East Ertcutivz IIuliZing.-For baud five hundred dollin: ; For contingent expenses, one hundred dol! '.f' r
: M.iri"tta to rn. Lcgi.ative.! list ef.mrsnati.fl and nil -. re 'if comp'nsiitinii (JI the and four For bj.uik books and tars ,
inllll". fcuperinleiidttit binding stationary, -
It 4illl tub ill ] <)
1U1. Counlr bv P urr* ml) tin- : >< ( .; ) :
: 1'roui Mclvy in Jose Mi'aion Alvarado of 8Pii.iti.r nse bu'i lni i *.:.i.l MX tliousaiid ti L: I.U- of thy I thouiand hundred and their -: ..
Caautv t>J.it* of tt uthiie Au lu'i i>, SLt.ly. an J liar lt: <>." Sau Jsst'< 1 bS in utid watclimeii! northeast executive liuil-ling one five dollars; Surveyors-General ClerJa. For jr
Jlit.l tr.odulu.18 Cft.ta
. n* >n Counti l*. s> 4r.jtf.ru I5u..t1.Fr I| S.jij.itti-mlJc-<] Oiinti-n to O.iklau tn.| sit\ 1t1l iijhty iik.ae' of; two thousand' ( two hundred and fifty dollars. For labor and other miscellaneous items, compensation of the Surveyor-General northwest '
For
: m Mi.i:* .!* CiU tTia! t-i< !lS Si.i :x.Vio t A t4...i S..n Joto Santi Cnz.I CflliIStt: tJU mern- For contingent expenses of said building, including carpeting, oflice furniture and for of the Ohio*, and the clerks in his office; -) -
'
HJu'uvj 1L1.! 1'it :i K.S. uaJ C.,. I Fi''iii S'MSH b LjwistKii, \\'cavcrsvile! auJTriui--. his! of the IloUffU of Ilcjirc'SL'titativesi; and
: M ii .iu by > I i" lug li.ir.u \u : additional(! cases for filling the accounts of the eight thousmd three hundred dollars ; t3
!
ty I f Turrit'irii" tiiriv hutidreJ
lutultllb Fio.u t.f.,:LIt4biI u.it.! I WVu(?
F<-i>a> tlaiioja by ijLei aijJ C.viU! to Laa Fro&u Ly .1 irks-invillo. C'nti' <\-ill.OA' ; ; hundred do'Lrs. ; of Illinois and Missouri and the clerks in hia :j

%,VkJ. 4, I-Itt. Gariote and J M ixwdt's Ciet-k ti MaM iMt. j l.tr> ; Treasury Drpartmznt. For corn pen sa t 1(01i i-or arranging and binding cancelled marine office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty 1
from MfilT'ia"* liy Amb.-o u iuJ buiaj l'r .ijlc Fro. s>ojtr.a! by CJIMCI'S Cn-ik Atld l's.Ila'idi F..i-inir 1 Tor compensation% of the officer?, cleikn; ( dollars
the of returned the Collector of the
and Assia- ;
Secretary by
Treasury ,
Aj Jrtaa aiJ Juucs" Vullev: 1 i papers
.
i'L Fr* :i'v.li;. M. oJU < Iu i tJK'oti iT-, aiiil 4tu'S! n-cHiiti nn annu.il.lJ. .
From M. j t I'.caaaut l by Ttu uuJ] Gi-naau\i-: ] : toCtv.Fi .. : I taut S-.oretary of the Tre.isurv, clerks mesof Customs, one thousand dollars.In For compensation of the Surveyor-General >H ; :
to tci ui Soa irna liv BoJcga aal PcU-luiua Jo San :tv! in IIt'f' I( t II( mit: miiyev.eu M-nger, :.nd! >i; i&tant rnesseriger in his oCice, the oiiice of the Solicitor : of LouUiana and the clerks in his office, four
.1 1 dollar
F.u&u a'J.O.VUSmiiliV. Mii: Jvj'.e.j JVmtl 11-f.iA | I tiniu-.inJ an!: Ion ; i iTor t2tV-t'vo thousand two hundred and 1ftvdi.lvs For blank booko, binding and stationary, thousand live hundred dollars ; :'.
:ttt.I l.l.u: >r'o JUjJui,; tu J\iaitf Ju C iio, Fisi'U Sto.-1-.tou by Double Spriuz. l ilp\\ St .re, :. ':) .' ': ( ; one thousaiul dollars ; For compensation Survoyor-General
S Au-ft.it. KviltUi k V lloU-H'. 1 lLuv.bf of thy i JIoiiM If tint lour
til OllllaUs Allijel'i Ui'pit'seiitat ty
For compensntion of the first For miscellaneous items two hundred dollars of Florida, and the clerks ia his office five k

,
Comptroller ,
r.oni M'l.oautino; l Lv Strawhcr-y! IIIII.; COiCitv aj 1 \ILCl.I to Mai jii'e.FriMii thiii! :'tnd f<'Ur : :!nl l anti -ixU' dollars.I'or ,
I'utto u.le, Aiuii-y. U'.iliiit: :ii>u. DjjtliU.ui' tit. 'kt'sl t.y }llorr'n "ltu>clic, Qjaitzburj, lit. tho of the Sen- and the clerk and messenger i.'i Ins office, ; thousand live hundred dollars; -

g1.1! S.urmty: ii U.jeiwvllj Oj'liriu.l: Aqua I'm to i4ri1).r3. i c..tuigeitt ixjj.'incs twetirv-tsur: th ;iis.itid fivhandrcd dol ars ; For statutes and law reports, including For compensation of the Surveyor-General

1L.11 1..., ; HsUi4 J'i..ia Mui t.. M k-Iuiinu! liii!. i iF ait', \iz : For corupens.itiuri uf the second Comp* those of the several States, one thousand dollars. \VIaCousin and Iowa, and the cleks m his t,

by I'ko, St-.t'r: VI:1.1lLs Svt i, Yutt. u, "'oiii .MotkU'U by Kui Jit'a Finy, Green Sjuin s i lo Iiiiidiu2r, tliiity.flve lio'iainl! loHrs! ; tr..!k-r, and the cle! :ks and messenger hi hiaolii office, eight thousand three hundred dollars ;
: a.i I irh : i', ,: Mi>;i zuui.1, Wood Dy iii-ri, CVuUiLu 8Usi fcLai.i & l'.>r I lit4! J'mia M j.e.tie t by Ka t r'L: to s? 'ti-.iu: e, twet.ty-fivo! thousand five bundled dol- In the office cf the Commissioner of Customs compensation Surveyor-General -

}jK.kUJgihULZ t J ltVfi j ott. 4 Fr..ni :..ktuti! by SucH n/s R-.ncli and 1 Millers: : ; las K ; ; of Arkansas, and the clerks in his office, '
Iinc4tiii tlio'isand! ilollars! '
Tor
I'loa .MoNrtJ y.'o LaiiJiu l-y Kljm and Yi\tt U- li.Mli 1 1 V".i thliie. in Tu'rtle CoUlitV.i'ltui ; For compensation of the First Auditor, For blank books, binding, stationary and eight thousand three hundred dollars ;
1.Friu 1. K>Kkl"ii b Tnii'l Cf't Double! Sprinj ; i'or tali j.in *ry, iii'tecii tlmu-.Miii dullars! ; For of the
iJ 1..J 4a1f.r } .iuj and the cleiKs and measeriger, and assistant labor, one thousandseven hundred dollars ; compensation Surveyor.General -
M'Ji "fc LIHi': 1-y M : IljriLu.iKMieili. au 1 MAvhiiiH11:11: to Jckvm.1'ioiii For two thousuid tix htndrid 4
txi.i. newspapers in hts ollice, thnty thousand iii.ie For miscellaneous items, three hundred of Oregon and the clerks in his office, seven I, ,
Mi i f4 k MO 1 tit iv n by Ntutl) Fink, Dij Dear audNfitli d !IIirs! ; mva-cnger thousand five hundred dollars I
}'I tflU M 'tifr'c Liiuhii', t. 1)) r 1 15 1.'. F<>rk of Tiii.ity t"i \Ve o uilc.to Tor Con n"ssiont! Cl'il! and tie hundred: dollars ; dollars. ;
binding
Fruia Mv'GiiM' '*> l..ni'i .i by iiiLioiia, au I Cloi- l-'f..tul cr Ynka.F ; >o, For compensation: of Second Auditor, and Light House Eaard.-For blank books, For compensation of the Surveyor.General 4
'iii Yiiikcc J ins \\i\ '.biftLtowa to Iowa hill ban ii', sixtyfivthmi>.>iid J jliirs! ; hund.ed and fifty General of California and the clerks ia lila
<:it to W j it L I ui.i th cleiLs, messenger, and &is'ant messengtr binding and stationary, two : ,
FiMm htf w I L it..I 1 'M l lur 'A'.i} n Ci-iv.- \-,\ i'.lo, AtnCity. in t'ka-er '-"Uu'v. F' i4. : ; prucocditi s, thiitecn thous- in his oiiice, thirty-one thouaiiiid seven dollars; office, eighteen thousand fivp hundred dollars -v -
1.)4vi I -) t-. 1 Fiitui l>i.iiin ti 1 Sj.ti2s: H N ky miscellaneous three hundred -
*". l< ir t" (..iiy i'at 1.1; Lld"i In >
; l'i .in Yi .k.i lS..- tt! 1J 11 O.Uat, F ir i-U-ihs I: to commUiws. pagi a, police, For cotiijTRsation of the Third Auditor and fifty dollars ; For compensation of the SurveyorGeneralof
From X ;wto' by 1'- 11i. ARK'cTua'n, Koxvi'.l: : <> ajt! : > ir. t.f.y; Cuiup;: tLoisand dolUs -
!lt.ir.t- and t'.iiitv
C.,4rt.'iI 1' t;.&; lfii tant inosI i or postage, one hundred and t\\er.ty dol Washington Tunitory, and the clerks iaLs .

N* vti i* 1'V Tciili.-r Crt -1., tu MjH.t'i.Fr ; 1 ii Vi It:' -2 Lie I. Jz r fl r itrrs. : I >e.iger in hioiiice: Si.tV-.jX thousaud nine lars. office, seven thousand five hundred dollars

-'in N..i 1 sw.y l-\_ >< f I' .iu-.ei v t.. M a'1 i 'iU.' .iu I *a bv ijoLts ISal auJ llaj'j'V Cuii:4: t ji :Tor miscellaneous items, thirty thousand I hundred nd lly! dollars ; 1'orthc General Purposes of the Sjuth-casi : *i '
/r-mi N-iJ-I4tY by O-iilio 1. i! tr > M .. i Ci'--Ctiit C \ \ ULr. I For clerks in the-
; of ofaces of the .
.d S 1'r.iri. ; .. ti' rt"j ; ;11.1:11: !! i..i. 2 T,- .t bv Ln.r C."--' : of f D.-cr j For -:; :ilo temporary clerks cm- Ejiicuiivc: Buiding.-ror compensation Sarveyors-
?, () k hy .t t .-i 1-i, Iri1 sb <"i'v ?k. l' ..nt I :i &tIsF's CsIfl %1. sx.r*.;! ii>du"c 1 isr 'trr ar.d printing of the Snatt! { h-\ ed in the olh'-e (.f tie! Third; Auditor oni eight: \\vatcitnen! of the south-east executive General innlcding the offices in Oregon and

1i 'k.-. I'll.xi' !1.i.. \\ ii4'i.H.; \\ < <, .tljd M 01 t 1 L.l tu illjbCaOT.t i.l: bi'.riu41y. .-;-'ity.ii\c' 1: thi.u :indd".iis!! : 7'.v.i'J'hat J l>oU!
4 v$. C .L t .i > \ ''i' -'t 1.' >. '' 0 i'u !5'i C uljftiv.iT, i.i I i t'u <> : (. of the Joint Com- 1 ty-ninc thousand hundrtd: and fight dol'lar. !- ror contingent expenses of s.-JJ: building itsg to the exigencies of the public service J
Frtu: ..Va'l*> IV.ii: M IlUe- lU J it i:. i ]"*..L4 .Ti.-h*..*! !y R4it.' c:tv, C..ntoi;: Yo'cui.o: a.i] tI.itt&'v i ii IM'ui.iir. the chirr.cJt'r ofuiy doc I aid to bo employed in transcribing field-
.. Provided That clerk thrill receive ;
iso
: :
C .ti, ts jI: J ui jvc uu j liiiujj t j.i IVwiu U4jsur] j 1 Km- l.ciia t' I l'i i sUi .u-ti. I '
*i.z.II. : ; ouli-rt-d! remler rh "
|Ih'
;
!un"it s piiiitf< m : notes of for the of
4..' M.w'. Tii-ui Mi kflu i I 111 I i I b% J..I.C \.rjcy. C.KI.JVJ Se< o iy 1 more than! at the! rate of one thousand dull-trs I ucl, Lbor, !lights, repairs and miscellaneous surveys purpose preserving ,
Fr.. a U-k41.s"i: b Wri-uiit, Griie wJ1i.tvT1e \V. it ft :IJ if uj L .I-'J 4 I's.tt4.L t. Jut j. V.i! -. c'-i' : e n .t'tirv: ami pn.jH-r, tiie -io of th"pigc i p .r iJitiiti.i! UiuL-r! this: ; act, escoj-t oi eihost I fourteen thousand five hundred dollar ; them at the seat of government, forty thousand -

.s % Fun iVt.l.ci..i b. dj ,t.i Ji j Ui itui.-i.iM IJ't-r. nny I b" cirni'4. d fmm o'-tavn !ti q'l.irtu salur shall be fcixteeti bundled dollar For rout of building occupied in part by dol'ars ; r
} per
; O tu-j-r O 21 fxAUiii} ,i 1\.4. ., J .. i.Ts.;i .r Ijy I'.istd C.\ ..,,4j *J, _.jw toi :;> HI i ; Ijt.t 2n no c.i.-c sltfill the ;p'icfa to lvjrij'l |'annum, and! four vhl4.e compensatiun bhall the Attorney-tiincr.il, and ii part by the first For salary of the Recorder of Land Title fl
1'r.in: 0 k.i" '$st IAJ.J! 11. V i.( S'" >i'i 10 S> -irj ii.w;v.
i i' fitr c<>tiil>o-4iii>'n ati 1 prcASuoik, j>ft> rat'l'of /( three thousaud five in Missouri live hundred dollars
}Iin. (t k 1'.i't isis If.. ri1k'n C.jT-ts-r Ct'n1ru'tir -, J'f.i.i .':! ki .<: llili b/McIOu.c-'d .iJ ia.i.bjr0to lie four dollars! JUT day ; Auditor ot'the Treasury, ;
..i ',, .st.1 SL I i iin-\t t.a AiFr .I4411L. to M iijiI.vV. f.vLi'.lIsIifd: "by the j rioting: :i> t of AuZ.sl j 1 04- comei.s.ti-ii; if the fourth! Auditor; hundred dollarb. For mpcnsation of the Commissioner of '

( J'l-.ui Ji rtzbarzbv MiIKttown Cii| '/tll'e It rrv. thf! t t\i"tty: \ti! 'i 5rctri hundred and ""a.d tho fle*k iiteaitn er and :nsHsiant me) For fuel, watching and irilecs"IaneuU3tci.5 Public liuilJings, sad the clerk in hli office, j
i24'J 1- 4-s.i.i :, 1 Ol 1C Il: i"i,. utj W. ,.i\i... for the of ilia! 'JirLO toui.'iid! hundred dollars '
u k a >ii1j" .i-iy lu uVxl.l. 41l i. ; e cr. .iu ; ::.t-tWO, ptinti.ij CongrcsM in hi- oiiice, t\i etity-ll\ thousand tv.tij fur the sa.'de lvi- thouasnl dollars : two ;
ezigcr
l-'tom L .'..1. ;I :ca b_,- l.jiy ru> tu WoodulK', iiSClitfl Ii'L. For of the of .
( ( j hiiudrti! dollars! ; J /-'or rent of the building occupied by the! cciupctidutiozi Sdperiuteudent
1'b! b \-iir! t O-l-l i' Tulurc o-iit V.
Fr.itn: 'r' '?
?nm Vi--.liJ by 'A jut4iBfttt'> A'WrFrotu \)nI4-N;( 'riniui: nv. I'or the conthgent expenses of the Ilcuacol I For compensation of the fifth Auditor and '1 binl Auditor of tho! Trtutury, a* iiui.drttJ the PuLIb! Printing, and the clerks and messenger .

Fr .: I'j-jj'nii l.y J-iiu-.u! ** t>, .iC. 'l"iiis.lr Fron: Alb .TAtL-kj( by liul.n.'t.iu to TLrus- Ui'pte-seMitativt's! \\z\ i the tl"rK>> i.nd messciigi-r in his oHiee, twelve dollar, ; it 1i Li* o'lkc, IzIUC< thousand five hua -'J4 p

iu ( 'sii'j.'l-'ii 1'. Itjili.in \"ut.''iiui'tjiK'tiiM | t.i.l 111 L'ti'l! Cou.itv.Fi'in For binding e'oc.iiiiutit.' thiity-ditie tliousiic diou-uiiu three hundred dollars! ; For fuel, watchi.ig labor, light, arid other died ninety-five dollars.

r.u ''iy liJilu'i iuin. I J..rits-J], Ti'n- A b:..ni: U CiU.ljiiKtte! 0-k 1'.-ii.t. Il M.rSt. ; !i three- hundred: and s.'jventy-i\e% dollar* ; For comji"nsr.tioii of the Auditor of thf. miscellaneous! items for the suue, throj thousand Coutgent! ejj.euses of said office : ; fl k,
%.tr, Crev.., ltaciv .t.1 1'iLerdtr t y,. ILI'li's, CulUu.hu City aul &.IUUI Is'uuJ U Tor furniture1 and 1 thrt-e tbousat.d For fur for
repair advertising
M lilli d.Isu. 1t $ : .&u'J. *, Pot OlKcc Department, and the clerks, missenger -- four-hundred dollars ; proposals paper, .
eijj'it' huirlreJ and "C'\ejity-fivo dull.irs ; and! in his office, For rent of the building occupied by the one thousand dollars; ..i -
,
1J 1.kk, by I'.u C.tvad .t at.aU. tcj | Fmiu Astoria by I Hill-lK.r\ Tz1a hi. N ; la.ji'.ii, !la.lV Illll. :-te;t .W4ldV. South \aill lll.l, I nipt..n \Vc. 1't-r -t.iiiotiory; for iiK-tnbcrs, iifle'cn thousand one( hundred atitl thirty thousand sIx liundixx L Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, tight hundred For blank books stationary, postage 1

'u >ab j's 1-v S. -:!. *. M! tqu''Ltta a1: bsai tK.I L'D M.lir Kill's \-llVj! C.l.P.oVM! ALlJ YouUlll.to .. dollar: ; dollars ; dollars ; and Miscellaneous items, one hundred .
Gn-iti* (in J and
messengers twenty For compensation of the Treasurer of tit! For fuel!, watching, light .
}'T1I1i tt iijaU 1 .1.1 Froii. C.i-cu li-s to Wa- cjj nn. lL
Fru'H S l.u l t C l j iA it City. 1 ro.o Col j-nbt: C-ty i.jU a-.li i'gal to Cia'a'I" and dollars ; United Statis and the clerks, messenger am i items for the same, thico thousand War Department. For compensation r '

From sa.l-Aulu-..i \. ..:ulitai LAe to Utt'c Ct.J'rf .-, 1 l"i.4 V H-CiTi'jm by I'lt U lr'i iilil Fcilt li.ill tl I I'or hors and carriages, four thousand I :.n assistant mets'-nger in his oiiice, twenty. two hundred dollars. of the Secretary of War and the '

S.i't Luke in L'i.ili.; i and fiftipii dollars ; one thousand Hie hundred! dollars-the oiliei} Department of the Interior. For compensation clerks messenger, and assistant messenger !
m S*% in Lr U ISM: I" iif-nut anJ Ztukev' tTI I. i i Lii: }i.tl'ly D.t\ton. Sj>iiij Yal'ty, Ukkrc.il Tor tue-1, oil, aid candlus, three thousand I .. createt I of the Secretary cf the Interior, anc
.... :. _.-.,. I Mul L-.rk<- ut.te to C 'in.Jlii. : .I,.!!.. | of assistant me- i-uger being hereby I t- .i ti : in his office twenty thousand sevenhundred
From S u :njcy l isv In.3iiu: p'>'j* t., M.'zmna. F. JU: I l/ii'i Cit I bv J.I .nit hIvaaa I t to II I!iiI-lo. ; at an annual: --.l I try ot live numlrou uollar.ii ; tnt cieriis, me'tseiigeib- ana laborers- in ma and fifty dollars. ri;

'mTij.ru (* W .iLe.t l-.ik. I JlsMntil! ( r'c, Fi--.TI Li.n.t.'ii kij ruiliton P.UIIU uud J<..liiisoii'n 11rri. I'or newspapers for members, twelve For conijieiiv.tion! of te! Register of* the office, tiventi-niuo thousand eight hundred Contingent expenses ofsaid office : .'. -

At wL. ,4rOu- k. l'ijj.. ( C Ur.v..Ieuii. iiii''! 1(1 FMI .t Gnat' i ii tii
., L ()riu Ger.j, 1. :. : ., 1 E. 1 1Or't ii'ui CM.iu'.s!: t'> Kiij: :V VallVv. i c:)<.ria\5u! : and ItUiojraj.hing, seventy .M-itant ine.-'igtTi! in IsIs oiiice, forty-one contingent expenses of said! office : stationary, -

giYuit Fr.m C MO, till-: \\\ JI-IJU\OJH>!IS! t.riP..iit an-1 tho) -ti'.id' d'-lhr, > ; j jJ'or thousand ien-n hundred and fifty dnHais ; For book! stationery, furniture, and other labor, cue thousand four hundred and j'fifty
Hii; n N--, !!,* 1 11 C'K. Div-n.) Bs'-m Vi-tu, S."V.: ;' t.. Y M-a'la. .'l !i three thousand dollars ; ; -
I C. i'it 'f fiw hundred
i ) < three thousand seven
tho
Oru IK- ,-.; 'L.-ri-yVsiad au j 1.'i.j tj j ; Fft.iN.r'li 'a i> '-nuli-by] 1 Midl'e! Ft-rry 14L J !. ''h ) & J..ea4- LsbI1 U1cL bundled a-id ti\u nou!! ; | 'IVea-ury at.d lclerku! and incisvnger i.i hiaoiiice dollars ;

From Ti'n-i fV H..1 Oik. K.: ; M. L .u, il j',: tt Ysek.i.. For iiiiace-llaiiuoua! itutiis, twent thousan.ilP. twelve tlious nd the htmJied: dollars ; For library, books, and maps ono thousand and fifty dollars. 1-

Vesmn, it. an'.. ,,,1 St J uli4.vi.e Mut i j. : 1'n'ji 1)1 rsu C') by MuLil.i to C..laj>iK.ia. iTilin il'alIt1-: ; 1 For con ieii.Cation of the Commissioner ol dollars! ; For extra clerk hirc one thousand .
Fr.w a'i.I is.to tu ') Ci.v [Y.'ill.iiiM-.tj.. lt.t\io.! !! C'l.iiu-i dollars .
M-"II five hundred .
u. |>, a '" 4>"w? *- "- ;.; -v>:igt.- ii: c'lrugeofliuil.' one thousand Customs and the clerk"! and iiihia For compensation of the Commissioner of ; -
JuU.I Jt uSaiJ T > iT, J'.iiihc.d, >..l.liii, C.IKunit i) I i-icjM-n,ii L.V.X, metnger
XtOIJl( *l\7us'Lt.t >Jj |t.v \'H.V] ti, Diw'n "o'i Ji'i 1 r'e- A'ba-iv to Gjru.ili> fo ir hu-iil ed and Cfty d..liars ; I office, fctventeui thousand scveuhLiidied: dolli.ro tho (;iViieral Land-Office, and the recorder, For books maps, and plans, one thou -

Fnmi Vii' i.sL&} ] }Ly Ili'it1'.. i..g itn :'it..j O.oii C'.ty to L.i J'uNittf.J Fur tun iiiesioti crs i.i e'lo/L's oiiice, three ; I I draughtsman! assistant draughtsman, clerks, sand dollars ; !4 ,.p -

Cr f.K-d.i| ;t. t<, '.V4.M..ivt.m. i. .ii (>M MI Cit\ !by ll..rn-ni Vi'ri LtX PJcLardilltl. tboiia.-iud dnll.us ; For cornpenoatton of the clerks and messenger messengers, assistant messengers, and packers For compensation of the clerks and

}*ru li \ ) | .] liy TiMiltfcliniit, t(4 NfW Isattsc, lil.Kiiita : l a :.:i.I 5UM'J-1 Alifll's til &..IIIII.JY.oin I I'tir t.-tdd'u llOrPS, eight hundred dollars ; I of trio Light Hou-e iioaid, seven thousand in his office, one hundred and thirty-nine messenger in the ofiiice ot" the Adjutant :e't'

ruira W'Vj1erctj.,. liv t.ltI U. Ci't-tt. ONVJI: City !Ii I4vliujii: u in Sublimity.. For laborers, tuo thousand five hundred six bundled: dollar! ; thousand fIve hundred and fifty dollars.!: General, eleven thousand sis hundred
t I4li.ay U J\-JvUt Jl nk ;! Fr jui j''itLia.I by iliwjuk! -e to Ore.; >ii Cny.I
IrwJi Vi ctt Lj..n i l>jKM: rjiln to JJccon li.CAUFOItNJA. I 1_'10.11 J4I tlt.'i-I by llini i :- 1'Virv. Cl b.i'.I-m I..ni ilUrs ; Ciitiiuu1 E\i>cisit ufthe Treasury Dearluir'n For contingent expenses ol said oliice : dollars' 49 t.t

i r.iVttu-, Fuic&t'e, U.ckrcal uud L.tviie'urc to Oo- I'or i nge-s, four thousand fivo hundred ]> !.-For labor, blank! books, stationary For cash si stem and military patents, Under Contingent expenses of said office*: : : ;
From Auburn l h v IIiu..i-tswu.'! iloutitai.i Sj.iings toGveu ..i.'hi.I dollars to twenty-eighth of September :
r ; binding, sealing ships' registers, tran.-la- laws prior' For blank books and stationery !
V .lry, j iu 1'CCr! C. iutJTOIJI \, I I't'io !I'oitl'itnl by lli'.Lbuio. Tuilitin and Wana- For folding documents thousand thousand hundred and binding ,-
I seven t forfig'i: !languages! advertising and extra one eight fifty ; patents six
ting hundred dollars.
J I. .
; i-nicia liv SIIIKIH txi (/nvfi"ii.Ctclie i too to I A.yCtte.! I t
[ }'oum I, V14ca vjUv. 3 (' l.'u4.t i Jrioui P.-aUiil i by *vli nt yI vtla. Tnylm's F<*rrIl \ I five hundred dollars! ; clerk bite lor p fpaiing and collecting information 'sand other records ; tract book and blank For miscellaneous items' including 28 Wi

t : Crctk, Yolo/Giofion auJ I'tvtuuut UVasL- >
i. $tIgn'Ti. Jt* >lich in! -I.lII to fralelll.V'jui hundred and twelve thuuaand veil hundred to be employ! only during the se oijn ofCongiess. binding plats and field-notes ; stationary, of- ; *

From Bcuida Lv Vull.V., Xaju ur.u Sat KwatoBwioma. S I I'.tit Oxfttnl) t(i Lutla*. CJ.'iota and( twenty-one dollars.LWrnry or t Len iaJispeiisably necessary I lieu fur.uiiire, and repaiis of same, and miseellaneous For compensation of the clerks and '
S.i'.cai Clucifjuati, I'oi J'and Dallas to in thu office of the Quartermaster
Cores.c.-Fiir I items thousand live messenger
of compensation enable the U answer sonoctll: : twenty-three
department
Fiiim I to
Cr.si-.iit
City l *;, Grrgrn General fourteen thousand dollars
Yreka'a Califn-i : j Fri n .S.ilem to E. II. IliniiaU'ii in Linn rnuuty. of librarian, two assistant, librarians, and toes. made by either house of Congress at one session -I hundred and twenty-five dollars ; ,

From l>r\t.u\a l.y njj'jt.wu, t<, In.!in Dijriu Froai S-iltM by Sin'.uui. City, Central \n-.i..i.gt'.ti. eflgCr, four thous.itid live dollars ; to be niiiuvifd at another: ; and no such For contingent expenses, in addition under : .

From Double Sj ii. g ty &t.1'j ilur-t C41.t1-ivii i, Ui.io. i 1'uii.t, Lut S.UIA'S ili'.U, \VIi.tiste: For contingent expense's of said library, extra cleik shall! receiio more than three dollars .- swamp laid act of tiienty-e-ighth of Septenit For compensation of the. clerks and -J I
f.hV1'rom F.si--; il-'lvi'ijzic, i.UjTOuc 1t City uuu i opti-ccr itt to th4)Ufli5l! dollars hundred and in the 6ce and
thons-ind fifty
lx>. Anjcl 'm to Bun Pi'poVrovn j I one ; thiiU -three and one third cents per dav one eight ; messenger ot'clothing

L**. >tc(ttu bun Uvn.ar.JMio ly ijot! ,. I I I i Fi.nn t'a-.t.iiilfiri I I.L ti Franklin Dutc. I I For jmri-b.i e of }bucks for said library, lot the time actually; and nvces aiily i-mploy-! iiilitary bounty acts of twenty-eighth of September equipage Philadelphia four thousand ) f fs6.j

Thom Mary-v.ltc, t by U Liu-laOurW.'.,. U-i'liue Tin I-'it.t.i tial.-ui by C'i'iCinii-iti mil I Il'ckrfal: to D.ill.i8. I five thousand do'.ir'] < ; .dtcii thousand nine hundicd Mid hity dolbrs one thousand eiht; hundred and fat- and forty dollars. .' .
b44e Br.tss Knjp i c i*: I
Ii----:. ... l t.. 1., 1 fij.i Sa:cm toy 1J i.it1''* i'< liV t.. ]i..J.i_> 'tle. For purcIriNt- 1f luvv books for said: librarv ty, and twenty-second of March, one thou Contingent theofSce of i&
lJUI 1 ': -'114U II 1IIU'll I( !. vl.au Hi ; expenses
.st I'ui pi.I :ar ( .qt t., > i 11044 !SJw.aaity by S2iol\ai.i 1"iLe tu l'i i> .1 i .r i .t i i / *
From .'1flsV1Ii i: l.vM.1 J4.1.Lj4s.n ll..LcL. \ Fr'in Srae1. Mid Thur ror i ilic foni'iii-iioii! atu uu puidicalton ojth ?5ght hundi-ed dollar.!: *. thirty-nrst ol August, oneutousauu eigut the office at Philadelphia. .4 '
bv Burli.U'ton
Mill. nr j\V.Vr.i"c; ts. Au'-ra' : I \% Ilti4'lh4t I'.i A'biuv ks. ** -* wotka of Tnomas JelTersoii, and pay of In the office of the first Comptroller : hundred and fifty-two, for the satisfaction of -
Frost iryIi.! l bY Dry Crit-k Pake's! TSnr. O.li L : editor of sii-i i .work thousand! thousand dollars For blank books binding and stationery -
t ) fl a ,s' (jeklnu I. Jc r CrikVi&ieIisa the ; boVdii two blank books slaionarA Virginia land warrants, tvtetity "
furniture binding,
F'utrr. Uar For -
H3. Ihue. Ca.ijiUiu\illeujJ: GohriU. j tt I. i i% rtb3 ei-5 : tN. ili C.i..vs.ivik.: hundred doll.irs ; seven hundred dolTars"r .!

toFrrn Ii MQrv'I1Iu
GI*. V,1Irv t.i 'vv.d i. I '( Lute t to Uiij.1'j IIL t ;City. of Congress: to rejilare the seven volumes thousand four hundred dollars Indian Affairs and the clerk, messenger, and : .
:n Mirtul! by M uit O Ur, CUvrc'l't J5o.r, Liiu cot-rn I Ity. and Jitlas of the Kxploring ICxpedili.m, items: two assistant messenger, in his oJlice. twenty-sev For miscellaneous items four: hun i Sr

&zd vrb. i'iw t I WAs1IxTcx TKRIIITOUY. le tro\cJ by the barning the Library und! the In tlie office of the second Comptroller : en thousand eight hundred dollars. dred dolhirs. i'-
pr ,u 1ar'.vi1Ie ti c4I'irI. F mn C..U.LIHti tojit. i., nth'T dfstro\ the For blink book, binding, stationary, pay for T T,: -i I
Vroui Ch..r1r. I 15a. plates aud property; by For contingent! expenses of said office : For oftice rent at Philadelphia fivo
M&ryivilc Ly Haiw'li. IIrntts. ; Fiom Ast-iia by Cl, ;!, -k, 1 Js1itI.st4nT4r1..t Ovs I the National Intelligencer and Union, to be
IeiiLe : IcLaUiu lUd BluS. auJ CLuVJJ (fii tt in I'ailadcliii| i, i.icluding binding, nine For blank books, binding, and stationary,
t0 *, t.-r JI-.i- <-Ij. 13nu'b.iu: fity an I n..- -t ,iMct; r.' tftfto-ju I Itct dollars and lied;! and preserved, for the use of the office, hundred dollars ;
tii mute ( t.tiI O: mpiu to Gii.v'b llaibor. thousand und ton boionty-livc dine hundred dollars ;
}'rsgo Mr k Iab Fs.rstr.Lr seven hundred dollars ; For compensation clerks and iries*
Ly iCey.tou. fVoui Olymjiu: t..b Gray'* Jlaibor. cents. For labor, three hundred do'lars;
) 'il I
tJSImj}rrwn U. iKi .uJ bua Vuce Frv'ii' Oiyiujiiii to SLiJjihvutcr Buy. of the Uniied States, twenty-five thousand items;cij lit hundred dollars. dollars ; General ten thousand nine hundred 4
Fr-iia Olj to Seattle.F -
From( X .1.i4 Ly T'litru. Iii iJge mid Eaorf F Pacific injiu Citv by CLeni.k, Catblamelte, Ok dollars; lit the office of the first Auditor: I'or rent of building on Seventh street, for dollars ; : .

Cr.siing u. l). ) % 11L5 1tt. MtUtCCU1)! Cjitb'arKKitle, C !iiinl>ia City, Cab- For compcnsition: of Secretary to sign For blank books, binding, stationary, labor the office of Indian affairs, commencing the For compensation the clerks and

Frorn M UiMH thiUaud
From On.Uoi.1 ts. 1birtj11 isowPuit Toiiusciid by Port Du>uovcry to New dollars.Dspartmcal! thousand two hundred dollars ; four, at tv.ilvo hundred dollars per annum, General utSnli.istcncooight, thousand -

Prow to Ditociu. tjv j 1)utense.. Froai Raiser by Monticello, Cowlitr, IligUnud and I of Sta1t.For compensation. For miscellaneous items, including subscription one thousand two hundred and gutty-three dollars. t
tugi of the Secretary of Stale and Assistant Set1jvtary
Frum Pttuhiwa I Ohmpa to Suil."ia.I'lo.u for the Union and National iutelligencer dollars! and thirty-tnree cents ; of said office
by SlBitLU cL t, p, rtbv R.is and tii'Aillc by P.irt Madison, Kclt'u Mill, Feuu'ti of State, clerks, messenger, and a *M of the For compensation of tour \\vntchm for Contingent cxpensea :
I to be filed for the use oUice-j, books
Frutn Oflion Vsi1c $.; Grove mi 1 WbuU'um to Fort Tw\vn,cud. taut, messenger in his otlioe, thiily'dgh building occupied by the oiiice of Indian Af For blank binding stationary,,

Prom bNCiMn.-iio City by Jyut-tj p, -1M <* t JC1 1 1'n.ni SfuttJo t'. lli D K.-1 Waruisli ilills.St. thousand sevtii hundred 'loll.us.J'or three hundred dollars. fait, commencing' the fifteenth of June, advertising laoor, and Miscellaneous,
XulisvMl
Jioletum I t.tn St. IIeW! t by CntJi'np..at'.e'! t..* 1'ekiaSui.ici In the niSce of the second Auditor:
11i1!] to HXI'IOIK. iff Incidental and Cun'lngenl Exprnses eighteen bundled and Mi't-foar, two thousamnve. three thousand one hundred and ii' :
From S-'ianu Cit,, ty Maj I F'ru&u ta l isv AlLi lo Sc.title.VuiiVpU said I'or the For blank books, binding, stationary, labor ; ..1
Sprln"F of LtcparlmsnL- pul.hisiig hundred dollars dollars. -
enl
Eprng; ; t4 1 i-ui ;; b/: W4ll4wuIithVnlker's!! : ;
Sr 'I : ( B.wt t.j F.'rt C"lviiit. ia\is in pamphlet form, and in thw newsp'iptrs oQco furnitare and uiisccllaiitjcwia items, including For of th-1v-.
i in nti City hy D.r For fuel and and fixture compensation ,
XIpt- and Muil piii.f to lYtunnti \Cr.k.Swln' flack I've* 1 I F! ->:\Vuiepta! by CiU'j'C.: ( ...-ar AKine Mi; ;io'i of the Slates and Teiiitoriei, and in the two of the daily city newspapers, ti I lights, necessary iu the office GJT
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Front fcriaLt.. ) '* Im L i4rye'J.y: to Fst Bi.tis LI be Sled, bound and preserved for the use o f for wamiing und lighting the rooms occupied messenger t Cb1CI
City tv Cr** X'J ?. Ut. city of Wa !iington, i'gift-on thousanJ five oihce Affairs six hndrvdI
) 'Vrritrv. the of-liyiua Engineer seven
hocdrcd dol! ,
Kld-r stsd u.mp,jr| t,, ifelt LAc. I tha o.iic3, o-ie tIiodjo4J two by iurbun d
dollars
hundred and twent five -
rr1 c.T.i L UTAH TCIUtrrORY. | ; I tt h1tii dollars : dollar*.

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