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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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,. -. BY DYKE & WILLIAMS. TALLAhASSEE. FLORIDA. _T,. NOVEMBER 18, 1854. VOLUME VI----NO. 45

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IlebroD, Tirade Wiscomfiin l Walworlh to From Mrnasha to Lake Rban-iwuv. I CrnndalP* Mill!*, to rails of St. Croil.
on Morristown Andover to CambridgeC an<
ant
From to ,
8 BY AUTHORITY.4i Naples Perry. \;. nit m Mt-naslia: by \'Hkel.!ld, Ellington, Greenville! 1 From Piinceton Monttllo, ROM
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1 From Napervile to U heaton. uit lIoJ. rrem W 'inm nrph to Oreonvil. and Hort"nville, to SbawnnixFrom I Packwaukee, to Dtlton. *n J

LAWS OF THE UNITED ST.\TES. Prom'W Harmony, Ind. 1 by MrLeans- From Rock Is-lantl, by Camden, Pleasant From "iVilmiritjtou: ) l to M.izon, clarion and Bttir.gs Menaoha by St'wkbnd! Lvnn. Stanfohvile From Princeton DakiW
by
: : boro, Benton, Pleasant Shades Mt. Hawking : Ridge, and Millersburg, to I Keithsbmg. to I'.nliuc. Ne\v Bal,'(' nnd"E'kluvit to Plyinuutb.! I Willow hotel W*"

... [Public, Xo. ;;! .] Pinckneyvile, Galum and Steel's Mills to From Rushville, )by Camden, Brooklyn, rrom \Viurh, f'T by Oxvilc and Exetf to Naples.rri From Mt-naha by Wanpaka to Plover on theVis- I wick, nj Creek, and Saxetill*
i t.Mary's WiuPhctcr"y) rlorcnce and Ditioit to 1'itt- p"n Huntsville, Pnhuki, Augusta, Phmon'.h, I
AN ACT to cetablish CM tain post roads. Chester. Milton to .JanreviH: '. From 1 Reed's L1ndin Montevilfc
,.. ConlinvrJ.; From Nashvile by Ranr-yfcburg.Pinckneys- Elm Tree, Carthage, Warsaw, and ficld.rom WmnNtock by Gr'nwN\!, ,' (-'" mils, Ile- in>m Milwaukee[ by Ozankee to Shebovcjan.rrom I ( hirer Gnles\iIIe 011 &

.$ y.. ( ) tile Ycrgcnucs! to Murphysboro. Hamilton, to Keokuk, Iowa. ) and Ilii-limond Ii, (IfII-KI) Wi coifiti. )Milwankr-r. Butl.-r. M .n'p. Li'b'.n I1U"'X', I Mi-isissippi; : and DUIls<
From Lacon, by Shane's Point, and Rou.ut's From New Erin \Vaddam'sGrove, Me From Rosin ilk, Uy Litlb ton, Dodo's\\'lnc! n..m'nd t''l'k by Erin. Highland Trairic audWV )11'rtn. M-! n-Ii,-3, TolLn I a Prniiie, j e-h., and llus- :j I Mills. to Block River rails.

Point, to J\l rtwlia. Coimel's Grove W 11 10w and Cady's to Monroe Grind StollclcCom}", and Blundin ille, to t Ht'br to Jtniva.Vi. tif-rd; to JnriPat: I|I From Racine, by Whife jI
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From Lacon to W enona Station.; Iowa. I rom \V .. : Blandinsviic.From : in WKFrom Burlington, I Woodstock by Enri aiul Aldea to fl'g ro t''I pact Aill, Verrion. M'lkTva'i-i'). En.t Tr.y, Trov. Su- I I From Iu.ine Mt. Cornea
LaGrange h'y
From La Harpo to Fiom Rush ilk by Wilson's, feny to : : I PIlJItnth"8ro(;
Nashvilc by Richview Station, BINs- Tiaiiic, g 'r Creek. M'llard.! Richmond John-town JoLintownCt ,
I VJ .q .'. la Salk, hy Tudd's Mills, GaBo.I vile, Mt. Vernon, Black Oak, Mauldin's Mills Bluff.: : WISCONSIN.; I I .litre. and Ifc.pk Prarie: to .JltII." il1c. i orkvilt', I't'n Ym, Rochester, urlingr"J//

way. Reading, Long Point, and Rook'sCr'ek and New frlI11\lin to fairfield. I. rom Ruihville by Ripley, to Mount Sler- mm Apnlcfoa by re lire HlHngton to nuvid.; ; from Milwmikee! by V.'uuwatoso. En"n!! G-ove. j Spring Praiie: (rovc, Elkhorn, Dt'hri

to Pontiac. I in i Hum Apfilcton to \Vupa >. |I Iooktied?: centre. ]>nt.:kn-1}.1. Fornt HOI:,(. U'atikellhi f Da rien, f fairfIeld and Emerald Grove; ;
and Bcanum toJan
Hill :
: $ Froui La Salle, by Arlingtou, Lamoille, From Nashvile by Sassafras .From Rushvillo 11'ystol1a, ,."rmol1'n.- from .Within l.y JdFcibim, jort Atkinson; and Koski.norg I (;"n'e., North Pnirie Sf.iif in. Hijjle! 1irnraVkitc f life.
to Cailyle. ttl \Iilsn.r"zlI \ Water )Milton nt"ii! and Stoi.'ghton. to 3LiII&IL -
May Hill, BinghamptonShL'lburnc: and .tn.1 From Niles; by South Noithfield, Dccrficld : vn, Otto, Le\vi-tovvn, Fulton, Centie, Car -rabi-o: by I"o,.d"bnnj to L.i crf-se. I I! From Racim- by Caledonia 111ompontijp.

... boy to Dixon. and Emmit to Wsukcg.in. ton, F.1fWincrtoll, and Tiivoli, to Peorin. I1'UIII 1'j.rt'Ti by Wayne tu Tlt.-reea. from Miwa-.k! by (oosl II.>po. Mifj'ton Rv r. J South Raymond :and Norway to \Vatcrford

I : ., From Lancaster Landing by Timber, From Proviso, York Centre, From Kitolirille by Scott's :Mills, Pleasant Hllm Ft-1} sit by Imnini'vi'fSj'rin; !' Valley! IT'-o ifk Get d'iibiirg! (*I'I\tlll1. SaekvilIi: ,()./.atke, Cfdar Grove, 't in Racine Conntr.

Brunswck, farmingten: french Cieek, El. Noypvile.hl't V/arrcnvile by and Big Woods Ridge, Clayton, Bunt's 'Mills, Kingston, and Albany Attica, MorclliM.{ M l..n'j'I.II.rlIInl'r'? '!0'YeVilit (;Gibbville Shtboygin FalN! Dod .Howard. Grove to ?f fFrom From Racine by; Sylvan, Plwjuit (7rorp

-. more, Littlot nville! Victoria, Walnut Grove, ,Bonaparte, Richland, to lIull1iLnlIc'. Point.\ Argyle xayetttt hud Georgi.tovvu to Mineral 1'.I\'gom' Union Grove, Trowbridge, urlingrcn an/
to Aurora. Milwaukrf By I"ol Crerk, Mn'I'g't.'nrt'! .
V- : Bishop Hill and Ked Oak to Cambridge. I From Nauvoo }bv Indi.mola, Pontnosac, From Scott by Vienna, Wauponsie Grove, Hum Eeloit by Avon, clarcneo and .J IIda!: to Monroe ( Hi? Bi-nd CaldKellV Prairie, East: Troy, TillY and( Lyons to (t'ncva.

; From Lacon to Toulon. Dallas City, Shokaken} Harper's Mills, 0- and Morris to .Maiyan's, in Grimdy; COl1l1t). rrt-rn R.-rlin by \Vilow trwk. l""ysii
From Laurenceville by P keithsburg
.iti '1'' ., town, SL Marie, NCVtOWfl and Rose Hill to''I[ quawka Millcrsbvrg.! I Vernon, Spiig: Garden, Euin;, Benton, fJeav.r Ucnvt-r Darn D.im) by l hv Wy Xentnwnto'-rcn.a to PioWra.rrom Alfu Norway lofJft.eva.; AVrterford R>xIieDtt-r, ndllgtlJfnnl Lyons ; Kickapoo Vinoqim C. If.

: l (;rt'N1Up. j! From Ne\\tnn by Willow Hill, Yale, Zero i Frankfort, Lake: Creek, :Mai i ion, SulphurSpiiiig" I 1 i }-.1'i-ctown: I hy Hiirrie.iRc(' G'r-'vo, I'cfiti. PJ/k From 'Jil wnukN', ?JIY Gram ill?. Menomi'reorilN I From. Raymond hy Norway______to Waterfori
v. 11I''no.
... .. fro Uf" -
flat Rock ..
Old farm ]
q;,t From Lauronccvilc by I and J ohnE'oll'liU: ; Martinsvile.. ) Vienna and George's: Creek, to Metropolis '\'il": .Ja'II.'t"WIIIIII.1. I FsirpLiy! to Galena! !Un..i. i i Meeker, .SVh"snjer\ni! < Atldison I 'U"! "" I .ullrn ..
I and New Hebron to Robl&on. From !' tovi to vilt'!! From Ripon by Green Lake
: city. < n ea;: to Mnrqnett t .
: tei From New Haven to Benton. ; lieres:, and t
rond
Byron, to tin Lnc.
., I From Lena I by Ilowardsvilo, Granvalc Fiom :.llcI1111, Mount Libcrfr, BUhop's I I.'ln I'laek: Ilivr ralN! l y.Jl'arrat'r.. Middlo! !: |1'1 : Frorn Ripon hy Sacrnmenjo, Poy ipp|
,
From Olney to St Marie. ,IlI: On'Iy, llih: } f Riv r an 1 I lltid--n! to S'il'rat.-r. '! From Milnaukif, l.y Auburn, to roml dti
and Thatcher to Baltimore. : Little River and \\
toIuk"w3
Summer
T> ... )Milvile, Mt. From Oquawka by Keith-burg, New no t- .I Mill Rarkinsburg, and Jsir.i; to KwingtoiJ.From I Fn.sins ULoiniifM 111":1.; Kicbnv-nd} !, I IJin: '\.'.I. Lar.I I, l'JauwcJa i ia

on and )lil1t'fI.lJurrr to l Rock Island.Fiom .I Savanna, by Sabnla, Maqniftcqu.l, JI. I.-IIrnry, rorkvife, Uilmcr: aud Lfiij Grove; t(> I From .Mineral Point, Iiy Elk (.* Warjpnk.i county.
: o '
.i t- *; From Lewistowd:; 1 b\- Cuba, fialt, Elisv n and Marion Iowa l.vrGo\e. ( I From Rochester by Honey Creek ant
*' Mount Monis .\u:1.IIW .namosi, to Cedar Hapi : La
,
ton and
ll'l Oregon Xevv Ii
by ;
ill ( % [
d"na. Illinois.I .
] (to
.\ :V*.\ and TroyIilJ to Sf. Angiihlitu' and\ Crane's Grove: to freeport. 1 I From Shaneetown by Saline Mile I *., Martha! JV" u l llrovkfitld l (,'lJtr" 1.P--"ak'< H.irtliind j From'Iinord ; Fayette to Sugar Cret-k.
e' S.T.} From centre by Maimile, Elk j i *:. ':, 'J und O'"iatf' f''Xfic t.. Wa','rt.i\vn. I i'uint, hy Willow Springs. I From Richland dt.h.r Hood's
Leyden Mill
\"hiter mrn.-ice, Elizahelhtown J lio.-i.icl.i.v and n.,.:
and ; :
Grove, Plum, Pidebli.it l and Shaumburg to'Harrington. !' From Oregon by Plain's Point, Roi-k Fnii Casvie: l.y e.) .'t'>wi Kiiwaiti, scC. 1i. ,: Dulington: : \\iflt8, Jnrdnn, Monroe.! Monteran Ax.- and: We't Praiiic to Newport ;
Golcn
0 -k, to Li nde-n wood. I Quarry to ::d.i. ,'rail MIl I Mifiiin! to Mmt-ral J'it.: /- spring Grove, Tyler, III., and liurtitt, on3isiippi tie
.p- : I Fro.n Ottawa: by Prairie Centre, Ophir, j I Fiom >)hl\\ IIt'NOWIl by Poland, Duncsnj From d n.-oo I tv I)):JJ t fs.ril. I I'liri"effn, H-iri-vil., i: i to Rockford.! j I. vpr. AI'

"I .' : From Lisbon by Ohio farm to .\u.8a1,1, ('. 1 and No Grove to Mend I ta. i j| ton, Rattle Snake, .McLeansboro J : Pal1 Alto, \-tiloM!, (Jr.u.df.ir: -!., tr.i.h! : :Si.,. \.I-.i:! : J.-m rom Min-ral) Poin' IlIden' HLUanil..Utcliland .! Fn>in Rf ktot. If.! by Spring Grore,

From LouHule to )1 Ma\s\ilo.! I From Ottawa by DiUon_ Serena, North- ;; :111. Moore's Piaiiie, to !UUlltIflJ.: :,. '!:'air'. r.r.'I.I i.vn! l"i Cft ValK-y tt- La Croc.-", on tir! C'er.tro llicliIrTml, hv f Wi-eons-in, Huosior Grovcarul; I )l llto iont ma
C. If. IeetI'
r ? I Kivtr. l
From LonUviil.; by. Laikiiifcburp.Vundidia.Hickory i t' vile! Afehhury, and Petinfleld to Bristol. i From i :II\\'lIl'e\\lI by Etjaality(: Raleigh, !Fr-jiii:-rj PI.I C.'l-i'iil.-j: ]by Kloi! md Lonf 1 to O.ik: Grove : :.I'1";I'8. Yin ijua, Hndax 1 (,'. II., Spririville, Monroe.IIo--"ndaI I.

a ,.. : Creek and four Mile Prairie to !'| From Ottawa by No 'way, Mission Point.: ;, Dorrence, Cave I Brnton, Iritlemlcu, I'lasant FIIMI C-.lmrtbu? 'f"y tjll I UJVIT. !'.nadi'-u (ruse. La Cro se, Onntoka! 'i'EewIuiaUinn.[ i-rom by WhecIaan.ee.aii'I W:1tha

: From Lyons by Bru;!i Hill to Duwncrb'Grove. Newark l Paviilion, M.ni-ftoM: :', Bristol, Os\\e-: Sha-Je! Mount I Hawkins, ll.iiH'y.-bu'g, Xa-h. ;I :a-t llaid.jih!j) in.l I .'.l:nwafiu t II .I'lu'a... i iFIOM I'.hck Hivtr r.tlla. Jar-hson: C. I II. < ::WI"S' Oniro to Winnlconnp.

\.ille Ilum Hill Akaii and .Mascautah! C..:: '\v.i ttbv: C'hij.-\\a i-3.!' l.'ii ri-! !\ j From Sacramento by PoysippF, Littk P.i .
1 and Montgone-y! : to .\u- ":. ; 1 to ]" Mills i t :< *
go i iFiom C. I 11 I. )
Cllif'P
\\:1
From Jonesboro by C \'-'! Store to York. : Belleville.! I Ii i r':., IT-iii Gala zn-l! :;,'rth! 1'fj.in{ to llccdLandn: : ; tolrJS : railChipeu.i| .j i er and! Weynmvp to Mukiva.! !
:. : Ottawa) by UruoklidJCOeLl1S: ; !! Mil-! <, SViUhJirr U i-e nn-1 i.
j'a-y tiH-
,
: ,.. From Macomb: byDr 'wninif fork, \ irgil, ; i From hlr.e'town the Midsilu: Road I : t.i. j : From auk city by Leland's Mill! to Reedj-
.' and Mason! to WILd i I.tOIl.! : along Fri'M Dnri-'n '," ., .
.r ti t. \ how I by \ ( OV-Ticrs Itichmrind! IXM] water, to Stilhvoier, to b't. Paul, in: Mrncs-; ; ;\
and fair
to farinington. i
Elhvile! :
c From Oqua\\ ka to Burlington, Iowa. j known> trie Cyjire load, to David Ktas1 O>riit'r.to U'iiit- \\"attr. ]! ota. btirg.From
i ii From Macomb Jiy Johnson, Table G ru\> I Fiom Sank city by Bear's
ler's iK-Xi'.rt linibn CWk.
From Pau..lat ion Metamora in Gallatin county.j i I. <> SeitoavIe -
to.
: : : Lv j From Mineral Point
4 ,. [and)] I3i rIlaJott( to; L \\,to\\ n. lb '. j From Shawncctown! by Crawford, lo lV'>m L'-r.. i-l.-.vui.ktr t', IL->xo, .'.!>.r>teo and :.'a.1 I'I. Ly Lindcu, and Mont- r and Sand! Prairie[ Prnirit'.u! Clwn.
( Spring)
From Macomb by Drowning fork, Avon. i 1 1 South I !2JII to I".':n".t'.ii. i j j fort: to Highland. I I nom Sriehoygan} by Mtxriif. Mamtoowo-
Warrentun to From Palestine! by Robinson, Elkton, neB Hampton.) I Fru.'ii I.i'li: > by E:1"i! :..Tm. Lako.TViy, CVntre. I. From Mineral Point, I y Willow! Spri'gDurlin -, I II I Minitoowo
Angustion, findLiuglon Ar nd Hazi-UiH, to (Green 1"1"I.rllhaWrHetown by Bay Cross Road, La (; ; Little 1'iaiiiu Rapids, ?. franciV Creek, TwoKivyrs
TI- t r up. I ( !:, Gia'sg.-, nnd L'l.iicu to EA- i iI I ton, and (Iratiot, Warn-n, JIrw'i.1!; .
GzIesburg. 1 Froai: Paris to Goshcn.i Mount Ainl'llIa, Mount I'Kvisan': Jonesboro I I I Prom \loIIl"lIo( l] I Ilnrrlsu'I,, LOSIJJ 31t { Micljieuttsiu! Cooperstovvn to GrPay. 11
. ':* From Macomb l: I by. Burnsvile. Swan Cnv-k ; From Ptkia and Cear:: crt-tk Landing to Girardeau.; :1 j rrnm eauGa'i1. Mils{: I bv I'r.pcrnnl LI\\'rIl'noJn"' y .
.i. i : by Tremont, )[nekcnaStout's \, 1 and WilH.-un
ow
: "Sylvosttfr's, to Grand l J.d-I '
Rote\ilf, Mammuuth, Spring Grove, North! I It From St-j.ie Coal: \Vo M.N.! : From Mioboyrrin by \1icMWOeo, K wll.
4 Grove and Wilksboro! I Shelbyville by < .-
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to
.. Bluoming- From Il.'.v.n!,t I ly Itl Mich!: litlI. 1iJs.I ilnrbor
:; Henderson, Popo Cn-t'k.t'ailow's Grow, Preemption lawn = de1'1l1lt. n ru-e, Ba1y's;! ; and Sturgeon !
Bay
Pasia :3tationUdU to
.. : Pleasant Ridge find Cumden: to !I ton. JUII, and East .io.i.to : .iIl.tW t. Siuit: 5t. :Mm; !. !I From Montello! hy Wps!fied! and Kit;=;. ;! Green Bay.From .

S. I From Pelt in by Spring Lccke, to Havana. Hilltboro.i'rom FruJf i-.irpi-iy: by JI.zf! Green; lier.ton ar.d NewIVjjins burg to Reed's Landing the MKskriver. i
rt-rry gn
?t. Rock Island.p I I From Pckin by Dillon and Aimingtun to Shelby( by' Coil Sp.ig; i:: Jericho, j : ;, to \\iiitt- o..k:1'1 i.I .:.*-. i. .1 Shrboygin! Tiy Shebny-jran! Hills, P1!.

..c 1:. : From Marengo: I by Rik-w, Ney, Genoa, i Mount tIOC.Irtnn I and \ a i BiiiOii; to :;Iiei\illc\: I From mil W..r by C-Jt.nbuJ. Camilla and l Ran1Frnn :I Sll'j.1 From; mouth, Green Kiif; Dotyvib, Umpire: : a1,I
DeKalb: Centie, Li;tt (;'ro\e, i ; I le'L! C"l;.tre t.s KI: : !"'I. I I Montello, by Dakota, ar.d:1ntaa-( \ a..clcNIa: to fund da Lac.i .
0 Sycamore, Pi-kin i From :ldl!bv'ilk! by C.lI.r.t.t ( rnv', J?<.th"n, la" .
] by Dillon, Arr.iington) and I i-allif ur (Cioix Li :m: to S.ix'-vilk'! .
: t' Point. ;
s
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: : wn (JroVt Squaw Grove and Sononnuk to 'II AUN. CIIztII'-Ls'11. 1 lIt.\'il I ;, ln'l1 I \ I'lIri I 1..1 i rrwa SLeboygr.n: by Sheboypan fal's. Uni. .
1 : :Mount i I IIl1p'to I \\III"s\i I J le. *,'cw ilaik'tui'l t-lljirv'- Fr..t. K.it Atkiio. n by Oakland.: cLri-iti.ina! .a.l 1 U- .::! Frnrn Mnitev'1slv! avl's.illo, and '
1 4' Buck Branch on the Auiora Extension Rail lidsje ? TtTrs I Hiut.11uiii >n I River: C.i< f. I et-ch\vood, Sew face
0' 4 From Pt-kin, 11t'in.Jt..iJI..-, to Dt'Iav'.n. I l.ell.vvil. bv I'm! Hill!1. L'n'.l: :prifr:. Jjk-: 11 3toi: ;ht< :' I DlluJLI1ih.. t.-i IJIack! Uitvr rMh: i aduh'lrn
Road. I Fro Atknson; 0-1 I I S r711 I' \ to 'fh'ri'a.Hum .
n Fort : by WateVattr.: .
: From PeKin by Kingston Mines and Timber Cit--k I 15; vvhr.j! I liuiiiiijiJ I Iiij.'icii.-; ; < tit \:.".|t.tIILI : ; ; From .1!III.t t.nrt I by nnaimoriand I Miivile.
: : :
From Matcnga Diu.hem: Pigfoot ano ": t Pr.rriiSir.: ; ..r .-:-i.k and :.k!. -rn to "viieva. I I I j j SnlWir! !? : !by l Beuton: Uazt! Grcco
,
; From SiLelbvvric Liv :4J ,
: to Canion. j rvusgu.i i .Str.n.'t'jvva: trlI I I'raiii"
t to du Ct.l'n.
0 Walwoith, \\ is.; to Dnrien, I Nevt4)U. Tro-n n.IIII I !': L-ic I" \J- s 'na'-! (I.ti-n I !.I!;.. Ti.i and fair.i..y:; : to D.ibii.jui: } *.
From Peotiu Washington and Eureka: I -' !. i a. (Urau.II'.Irt.! ; l I ; -. \5: inriott; Kmr-r, t-ik I Hii'! From: Mon[ o.by Sylvt-ste.t HrooMrn! !, U-i; ;
and We I 'J I From : und \, S '
t-
From Mar&hol by Ma-garetta sl'nl:1IJ.:1. r..ilIJiuu'y ; rnmi !lmn'! : :* t ts.) Cr.ir Oirar.I.?
to }Kappa. 1 l'i..lIlir .v.; t<> !P"t ">i t.ty.I'iurn lion anti Ccokviile DI1'ITi k.
to i.
field to Charleston.} j,i iii;tou to \lurl.h\-l.. < IIrth'j, .. : \I iToni SttnvriH* i't.uit ls.\. Eau: rId and Lit-
.1.10.j l lii' :
Av U'ii'-oM
It1c. i'loin Peoria, by Little Detroit, Spring !, J J'lou, rli 1. Tf.a -I.1 H1 J J.I!, !to V" I : by ; : 3p.: : .y a : .. $ : N"c Ii- .
From Marshal: !by fir.caM.let'> ( ;rand \"iej' j I : &'i', 7\! .) \i: r n Ii.: ,". :;. .J"h... AI.iI.-.I. : tie! Bulls f.I's:1)rtrrsl:;.
Hay u'tk and Cretk.toiLacon. 1'ioin Jjt. CMilv I l Kiu ...... Iki k-Itizr, LI{
PartriilgM < Crow i ; >. ; -> jij I: koran, \\ lI'J\\' Crt-t-k and iVaxevillo:
ul'l I :.r.-a''rl'\ Fcxiir.v.v.. to Waujnaksi I
From Marhlinl! Salisbury! Catntibell and I : i Strrrti !
rroni < Lll.ion Ycotsa,
: jton: and
i j l.'iigton, \\tllrit"'l.: : .s<-w J..li] "" (;if u"a. I Lai I ,
Springvilc to hd Iill', i '-y, Iviii t' u, N'itii I' iit'i, lJ\J.1'd;; lVni wu | I'ru'ii. tOIl.1:1! J/u- .y JJ'-lj: I.---1, H.di: ;' in: : County. ;1 Lima to W!iitetakr.1ftm ."
From PCOMI I I by Farn ii rig tc'n, Fair\iew, !bouth I / ., .Silver, L Lk-% Wsiuiojuft Ai: ''iu.i.d ansi Iii -nil From Nt-shkorro byViIlov Creek aadtj 1
1 I'Miiie \ !
From McLeansboro by Night's Pra'uie, | <> L'i.viy t1n.tn -v. Waferio I Iiy ITrrmK'tt, Cltman
j I Lliisvile, Mcoiib! : : Cartilage, Chili and Men- ; ; ; : ita t'j 1'Iovt.r.! ; :; tIle! to : ,
: i :t. Cl.ar.tt.tj; tv> Cau j.t'-tt iiirJ C'Lio Grove j axe NVaupa'ta.From
11:111 and Webb's Prairie to Ikittot, dell ( Fu'in ioi.il iii: F.I.J Lv Tiy..lic(-i.i, f-n'wnt! Vii*"cY", i' I O.ik drove, Juneau, Burnett. and Chester tji
13. From McLeansboro J I.\1t'Tt to iuijicy. 1 1<> :>I CILtj.C. hti.c-kL-i. Dtuijas auJ Uii l.utowa New California, by Mor.tfurt and |i
: Wanpnrr.
to iiii.t.
( | jc <
|
.i..m.
From I IVoria JI'\' City : j'I1ti.l: hy Clonr: : Lake: jlcmnis'jur .
: Grov latul.
< : by (\ ) (- ; ; ; I Hi I i igliland: !. to Mnscoda.
n
1
r'-'irS From McLeanfeboro by Kevin viI( and Prai : I II), .Itlr, (j Iki.C--tru (*ir I-,. :.l..lIt.1I.! : ; (L"r Jar.lllf. B.y.Frs.i j {| rrom; Waterto'.vri hv Hnbbe-Ivi-/; Portland! ,
.
From,
'*, > > Peoria t by Wa-iiugton! Metamora 1 : Fiiii-1; il'i!' Lac l.y Ro ?!H.la .>, Ripjv.n ct-reio';' From New Haven to X-rnilali. f
:JT : rio to Hickory i liii). 1! SI. JuMj'ljs) H'I'I'| blJoi I Jamli! tu C\i\il.tur.. luiiian Waterloo, HaneU-tvile and Sun: Prairie to
? McLeansboro 1.Point, Washburn, Crow \IldowIa: ;. ;< .. I't.-: I 1I.1If.'nl> { t- l'I1I1.-t'.n.! From Oznnkee iredo-ii-i, nllmnre.! Kej :
From M to Mai ion. I : Ma'lison.
I Frciiii J-Ti'I ih Liiv" I i.lra'rvraUr: -
to&S- From McLcanbboro by Rector to E ul1i. : iit.li.i, Mount Palatine, Point Republic) Low- ]! 1"rN11 I p:!iEheIsl hJ.lI.:' : ) !,.\i1.!.!. i 1i'J.t.m.! Str'I: :. I :"(.1" r.i a.d I \ e' Tanica Station aId 1 Deer Paik I Newtnii, .* t. iJaiic! Au-ncLViilu Vin ;
Lap.
Ottawa. >
to i
;.- : 11"\\:1. .to I '.1 i
]1 Fn :ii rsii.I! Li f.-: <- bv -ri..h.I.I.p.! : I'licfcwnlf.! O-L- \iavSsile. f.rmt"lp and Avoca to
tr. Boy
!I Fiom Pooria I by Ciiiiiicotl.e{ Racon, I Hoii-i I : wiiiifi-r, I Iii'ii.tiu.'I ;. \ '.!.If'1.! (;iwn I I:-ii riii-I Xtiiah ileni.-Lti.. I I From Ozaukee by Sakvil, Ness burg, Par- !
From MauMing's Mills by Hopkins GroDaw's \'<, 'i Fn.,! l'nlJIi..I.1 !by 1: f'Ih. !lit-:irt, M-unt Vuliski j'I 1 fond: da Lac.
Hemn-pin, rlotid and GiainKilJy; t to Toi- Front C5raf; :,.ii l I.p y..t'J Jar West
'I. ry, i : iij Hickory c creek :ton, Bend, Aurora Addiaon Herman
,
"t.r Store aiid Win. L. Button's to }en. lea Station IHiI"i'lItl'l' Railroad. Clint: -n and l J>-.-\\ia t.) S.s..t.I .\nt.. .' .. .Hid, I Il'.iyi-oli; 1.1 Nrth'hit. t tFinui land I i From \Vaterto\vn br Emmett Clyman,
j )
j FI-'Inl1licld: 10 A tIiei ;, I l', lt-r-hlJr", ', Iwbin- ; Horricon to Juncau.I .
::4 ton. ] ; iy : :, .I ( :Itni-r's "'11\ in cc-Jar Oak Grove; Denver Dam, Wan hara, Wau-
'' t-oui.ty bySprinylale j
..4 .' 4 b From Mendota by Princcton.tnr'athtr.. From Peoria 1 by Molon aud Puinville, to'i COJI'B: Mill:), li.itli au'l) I 11.tviii.iia t., J.e\\'i-lO\\II. VtVst LiVity.. i iFrem I From Oconomowoc, by ConconJF:1rmin"1 0I pan Rock River rnk Lamarline to fond da
p'r Coi c 0 rI.1. j j Fn.in jiiiiytii-M l Iy S.Ii.1.try.! Mi.MUtuwn I'jaii tOO!, and Johnson' Creek Azt.-tl.in.. -
(;reei IJjy: by Oneida suiJ Lcnsiny to ,
ApJ'ronl -1 1tJl. I Lac.
.h. field to Galesburg. I i he CI evk, I ',.Vtfl, Ui Jluii I l'".kiii, 'I .. auJ "A
) s; j Fiom Peoria by :Mount, ( IIa\\h-y, Sotithatnp- z o t, *- !,- I I From O From Mendota Grove: Ovid Lee 1\' .il\' to JVoiia.I'K.IU ,r tt'rfown( ) L:1ke
< nom IifOiJz1.1Ian.
,: by Troy i by .
I.. : Centre, franklin Grow, Tin lor., 1):1\\- !. :i ton BurneF, W(); ur.illg-1 T4uloll"l.atla"rfli.lll, S|I'I i!:l sgihi.] I i IIY I J'-rl'ii; ():iCIl", Jakson\e:! I ;t('-J, I Il"it-iniiv.Grerti:' U-iy: Tl..rn-l-y Oaci[ ,..In u",:.-.I01m.ilil, MukvvaVau LnZiiz. Klj; -,i j r From Oslikosh! by Butte* de* Morts, Win-' ;' Mills, X("town Corners; Deerfield and Cot
Sharon l EiU
H'S\'l, Mid Kings- il.tin.1: anl J.xt-irr r cesterlukwa! and \\ '
,
: b > !i 4. | evauwt-go, to Iei -
; ; .j I'
I Lee, titz Henry, Slilhvnter and. Kiihwakio to j I : .ui'I'I I II H..II.IVI: tit Pl'" r. I ta.e Grove to 3LaiOI! .
)urg to "'u It 011. 1 Fr. III :l'liJli..Jj] 1 I.- S.!IMi-iy; : .teislutg on.l I j j i tens' POilit.F'ron '
Hockford. From nr.11 I'.iv bv XwIII1.ill: to Kfva'inrp. j jFn I rrom VarIke .Ila Howard DelatTeManJ!
hy
: : j From Pfoii.i by F-tirview i l'.i'iili-r '-uck to 1 11 '.11'..!v\l'll. ( s-kosh Ctairvillf ,
Fammgfon) 11b" risk's
0' >rn (j.ucu 0.Hul cLrkavilc to Ma-[ J by ('or.tiers Smnniit
From Mendota Perkins Grove Lamoileand .. I to Oconomowoc.From .
< Iiy I .111 fc-i-iin ticicl l.y tt'.Ltt! | I 1'I! .art. I'lairi', i
.
j I El1i-\'ll1elac4JlUh, AigvK-, and Carthage! to ". j Welanriee, and lu,11!i Lake, to CertsioFrorn '
Dover to Piiiict tan. 1':11I<01":1.1'. Vir'.ijia. l>"-.msto\\u, F'ILW i e4Ie id :\lIc ad FJOTI't'ri-on; l.iv! \Vriglitttsrn, Kmkum\; nr.d I Wauko-ba by \Vatervil?. GoMei
? Warsaw. i ; Oshkosli! !
i 1 l'h.Int \ I Ui d'l\il.- ; by Algomn, Omro. Dvli'i, ,
: $
: to I Lake Cro\uers!
From Mendota Grove to Dim- Corners Rome ik
by Troy Icto: 11 :M't'a'LiI'o.u ; a Iltlen-
M*.4>,.i> rr.1.k. j From Peru by Troy Grove:: Paw Paw | FIO.II Sjrin; ;fi-; ap" l.y to M-irqiwt'e.: j,'. \\auk1in. Koro, Sacramento, Berlin Nam.i: vile to Jctrll3 1r1.
G r'if.iii i.- I Il.rrll.. .Sln.l.iit! i! .. .
ua 1- ; ve Sh ib'/ucht-'s Grove, Cottonvilu Bu1i'J0jj1r Rock
,
111:11atqtll'fl' Itill and
I Kingston,
From MctroLolis city by Brooklyn to Paducah Fruui Fr >:n I IldclI.Ly \;.omiu: \ all;; tint Olter crock, | rromankeha by Pewankee, Lts'bi.
:: t"4 -. and Lacy to Ikh iJere. I! Spi:t'gi !d"y ;:II.IJUrP.; >torri h irg1 '.::- 1Ii;Uanl! I I. : l el-rontaine! to Portage ''itv. 1 and
Ky. t It'l cifi-l. a id I CIHII.IM| :; .Ie! t'i Jlt-aid-toun. :1 Mi-nominee falls fiie&tadt i to r.

RHS&S FromIlreno bv Dohvan Wls.% to WhiteWater. : I Prom Pitttfit-Kl to New London, :Missouri. )! Frum >j.nitg! I Iliil I i I luJtif. ,'rir, c-Jiut-rs. Vorktj.vnViunt.u.ig I nom, *lii.i Iibn'I lLiciti! |:' .LvVatace l (,'IIrl'. Richland! city and StxJ!J From Pa'rnyra' Iy'Oak Hill, and Bark i I hUlf..

1 i'jorn Pittsfield by New hal; tfurd, Alias, .I \ ', 'I iu.\t- iiinl }I.,."" i 14, 1'i 1t.tvts.II. pun J'in 'v lio bv P.irl>,1.>rV On>v<'. Spring Vil>v, ji j. RiviT, to Jefferson. i t }'om Wankpsha} by Pewnttkie, Mertoc

iys'jt'S Fiom iliddl i's
fl.LI, 3, Duller to Urbana. j From Pittsfield to Canollton.Fiom '! }ur.IIU 1'111i.Y'IIII..C l
| .u'.c-| ,, From Middleport by Milford, Rio, North Pititfii-ld II) Giiggstille i i Perry, and Syt-aiiKrc. ('I DeKa'b) routii* .IMIM tliiiti.ifn.i .I-iiu-viic, I ly X..th! J.uu'svi'o! inlton and Al From Patch Grove; by Hunker Hill!, Char. fund du Lac. .

;4;* 'y" folk and xMyer's' Mills to Dmnilo. j Charnberfcburg} to Versailles.From II, Ficm S;>c,ni.rc by .S"mth (;'row t:1: J lick's MiJJ.From >n ma to Ja-n-v! ill- to nl.it..nO.1I toste: ; ain Milton! to Cs\IIt. f From \Vjwkesha by South! Gcnesee.Mnckwanajro : .

1AL<: ; From Middleport) 1)." Milford, Oxford Biig- Pittbfield by jtrtiiisburg and Pleasant 'lure I 11'tute, I InJ u.i.i, by Li\i ill"l".n, I I1.ii.Ii di'l..i-, ,la'jI-:"il'! by n-ot.si. Alblnn. rliri-ttiana, cam- r< m Patch Grove, tv Wyalusing, and I : WaterfortI, Rochester, Burlington.N'heatland .

;/-V'.. and to I Ilad. Hill to Cai ksville. |I 1.r.I.I: ):.I'i I:ill"\Ir: .""*', t ill"'I"I'" 'I'u\\I.'r. I I : i it1!gt I Ilandiovilc: and York -.il-aub'is.! i.'l \ton, Inwa' to jarnaviile.; I Richmond Illinois Solon Mills
** ham's Grove Montmorency Lafayette: town Wtiodbtiiy. 1 cnlojxlis, \> tht.lI.1.:11.1111I! i Kv1: 1 I! I ,
From
From Pittsllt-ld I Melton !I Hum.JllrU'\'i byi ntn-, M.i iliii. I'latterville New California Milln (
by to Monte/uma. fltsti, l'f\"II.I.I'JII,, H >ttaii'it,! Cumberland.! ;! n> AIImy.tti"a, by I and Rinjr\vood: to Jldlenrjl'rnm "
p..i"t
; | : .,- New (;"Jnui", I'-iu aris.! Turkey, (.iruvc; to Min- : and! Linden !
From Plainsfield! t by Naans-ey to O-swt'go. I\: V.tii'l.tlni : i ( ( to .Mineral.Fiom fairwatcr3kt
) From Middleport to the nearest Post OJficc I II Miilix-ny iii.vc, GrL'eiiile.! I'tK--JfUtai.1 t r.lllou'. I \Vaupan by Alto, Luzerne,
fcifStfm 011 the Illinois Central Railroad. From Pula ki, by Elm Grove; Cla\ton: I Ir I JIilihui.I, 6U Jut /, '1'ltiy :111 (Ji'lll.aulo to v>l. Luuia; j rroiii Keu i-lia by Souti! Hri.tr>I .i-d cvpross to Ah- I'lalterville[ by Rockvale, Potosi and I men, Ceresco and Dartford to Berlin.
11kcr's Neck Buck Horn and White Oak )11 1.1ro1i Weld's! Landing. Iowa, to Dubuqne. "
\ From Moline by Brooklyn, Green: River, i I.rrs'rn. I nommpnn Springvale! Rosendale
& r "'.. Penny'b; ferry, Sharon! 'Spiing I I ill, Poitlaiid, i Sri ins, to Pen 'y. Tio .i1'\'a I\ Frovi.Ii-ncc. ircnc-Ii Grove, nar'l j IvVnofLa by Mnrit.n, Paris and BrijjUon toi From Plover by (:rand, Rapids, Eng'ePoint I and Botbello! to O..likoah.rrom .
From Quincy to Mo. ten (itIH', HuiiisKii-ti: c'tiuibii'i; i*, J:.i-L ) I::1.1::11I t"". .. Black River rails and Onalaskee
& Palnn/ia, lo Rosen-
: ProphcUtovvn and C:lema lo Dixon. I. Ati1.vtr, llfririuu! I'.iiMon, X I \\"nupun by Springvale, West
aud .w l'no".ll:1:
3ii1Ietburg : i Kirwutli,
: i ir >m Lv Lileity, \ViImot and
.
.t..rnrnf"liu. .. ...._..._> 1.1I:1II11.ton.... I__.__.'_Hn.. _Port_ _Brvon.Erie n._ __.. I From i Quinrv?' !bv Ursa )I!rca line. Limn.! : J|)HIM till. Ltl_ zlIIuurg.i:' I.- :! ;ii.h II airi.- th l Keiinn: >id.; II. I La Crosse. dale and! Welanneo to %Vaukan.I .

; : Lyndon; Coma, Stciling and Gnp Rocky Run, Warsaw, and Hamilton;, to Ktoktik : I II I I Frum ''I'inib. by I Hrlln\\"i..k. i ar'nt4.n.! r'-'icli I ir.'in lwii"-lii by 1:1:,i:i"l. Sal.'in. \Vhoatlnrid Ge From Portage City, bv EaraLoo, aid r rn WatHoara by 3fackford and Dart-

I413 Grove to Dixon. I Iowa. Cii-t-k, 1'liiK'ie: 'liuio. Vu-l<',i.a. \aII1Lt (Jiovc, li! ,h-- \'; Hay \Vilvvorib.' Sharon, Aim's :!rovet, >nrnnnr- IU
From Makt-na by Chelsea} ] Green Garden, I, From Quincy by Payson, and Richfield to "1' llf.l: a'lil TI..rul.1Jiti.11 Jii-d C O.ik to ( ':uiiliri.lji! >. mid ('!IILtfli (to iVl.'it. From Portage City, by Pardeeville! Mar i rromVausara! by -a pasha, G rand\'iI\',
rnmi l.y New ln-mcn! I'rcineu nom Lin: <:;:"tcr by Bictown and charlotte to
] Piorce Blooimille Bombanais i j I Barn .. \\\n- etlion, Centrevilf, itandolph Centre, and : Lake -Maria, Kingston, Marquette, Princeton,
ValIingsford, I'aios, Oilui: l aii'I (Jondin: ,s (;il.) 1 j jI lludii.! }'. :"1j.
to Kankakce Depot.rrom 1 i I From Quincy yy )ll'IH1on'OOIhiIO! Chili "I"1/1 Ullninato! Pani.i Ki:.!::ir 'onity., nom La prove to rnrlr.ce.i East Ran'ofph:' Wanshara.. : Pleasant Valley: La Cct, St. Maria, Xesh-

Monmouth by Dnnny, Little York', Rough and Re.idy, Carthage, W(.L itor( i rou U ..mil (iiovo bv O.irdin; j.lam-,> Albana.noni mm I/i rrosiip fit Onalaeki.rr'tii From Portage.; City, Wyorena.. Rio, Os- korro ami Lincoln to Plover.

and Pope's Mills to New Bo -lull. j Fountain, Gtocn; Fiicndbhip and Argylo, to Vt.i inont by Mariuia Lie ccutru, Vngil t. La cios e I by Ouala-ska and Mendof.i to Black I, tego, Columbus and! Portland to "' ,terton. From Wansau to Shawano on Wolf River.

Monmouth Grove farm and Ole. j Macomb. I I \'tlb'Ddi.t4.Ik.r'i! \ I' ia'Ij.Hoiii From Poitage City, by Beaver Creek, i rom Wansaa to Clear Water.
by .
Jjj: From I Vi rn "iit Iiy >f tiit-tta nr>J Virgil to Av< /. Ma.di"11.rilla tu irrJrm dn chion.
na to Uoppor'li1l j From Qniiipy by Columbus, Cnniji Poi-iJ: !' no m VK-IHI.I by Aslintl,f to Cjli-ili.ii'ii.! i r.-m It idL-oJ by Arlington, lAkorrah une O1IIn- Xew HivenIrand" Marsh, De'l Prairie, nom White Water by Cold! Spring, (>rt

: rrom .Mokena by lladley, Cooding's dove, Clayton, Mount 1 Sterling, Vcrsaillc-rf, and i "I.IU"ilbllfl"; by llfir) towuau'llLigley( to IVter- '. to ?.u.tae rlty.MOITI ; Grand\ Rapids, Point Uausse, and Plover, to .Atkinson, (;'aklam!, CIAristanMUtica. Cambridge

Palos [and] Oiland, to Mokena.iTOin Moivdasia to J.ickonvilf.! I' IJI4I M id'sn!; I,.. Piddlt-tun.! rill"!! :(.,I !Ive Mound, Stevens i'oint. and Door Creek to Madison.

4::. Mount Cannel by New Hop?, Albion From Quincy by Burton, Liberty, iairweath.r : rsio' Viztinc Yulli.llla.. l.y 1 lii'II.s'h iIE', 11nioi, .I.. evviiy. 11..d evile, Mineral! i-i.int. eott.ige Inn From PurtagCit.r., by Port Hope, Roslin, nom Wet Bend by Cedar Creek andSeMiiingerulc
: \1"11 I lUIi'tiiiiiluttoi.vill.! I I .
% Vnk I 11.11'\0;, M.irb.'il -, i::(ntt.ii, Hazel! Gn.cn and
t. !
fairlu-ld. Boveilcy, HdlllfJiltI.W Sidi-m, : Vine-Tar Hill Piekuaukee, Ifuffaln Lake, W l".-tl dll, Adaro: ,
Wabash Munches.
and to to
: I I JJi ig i-n-i-k. j J'aii. I ll..ll1ti.d.; 1 Lt.Igu t tarin lixliii'U'.n r I., toG.-u.n.i.
.qrW From Mt. Carmel to Princeton In<. NewIayttille, and Gilg:nvillu! to NMJ<|!CH. I .- uml 'icorfjflowii to II i Il.ltlla. rum Mi.i: "m props ii tins, P., er, Bark! Earth.. A- OaSM: Aldmond, UU<>lm: \ ista, Lake Sarah, From West Bend by Barton, Scott, AdeJ

; rron.Mt.Caiuielby: 6'uard's PeJilt1m From Ruk-igh by Giiaxvold, tu Mcl! .caiiH- I i nun IIlC&tjnt-a5 IIt.1.ua.; I.y Liwn-nrcrilc! l.fioi! !. H.-evile. I Hi leni; nnd, Wyumibg to Podrevile.I and I Plover I to Steven's Po\er, to Stevens' and Ainglmni to Sheboygan fall?. .

and frazuiua to Hayvillc bon J'liK-k .liK-k. ('Liiniotit, Ol.'iii-y, Mivtvil.t-, llei.ia, rniltiiiLi rom M-idwon: by HirkJflj.IsIJ, I.oed, Luwvile Point. Mitchell Rathburn C.
: Prairie, Paiken-burg I From Wynobki by ,
;. 44 nom Mt. Carnal by fricndhvilo, Mier, Bon From Raleigh, by Bankroll: Indopcndence, : Cai j lyle.> \\Tinti.ii II.ialilil., ; .\. O.u'tati"I vision! J."h.IIIUu.5IiIuh.;, :San: lova! 'ral liclvilc!i.,'],, Ken Madison{ und \yoeIt; to |Mirtaje citv. From Portage City, by Dekr.rra, O:hau- ceola and Alcove to fond da Lac.
Ham'den
nom
111 and : by Hamdtm I-Li-t I rotintuiri
Somerbet
to Elizabcthlown. ta; Lodi I Jerry, and Dover, to IJIiie Mound.
i MISSOURI.
tO: Pas an-1 Calhoun] to Olucy.i2 uriH-lj "ilaf1.llIillfll"'tuWU; to iit. J/ iis.ic .c"IIIt1arJl, i-aradL-e: 0 rote, Alto Black Hawk I
; xicr Ruaik Fiom Ralei-h, !by II. Ga-ner's! ,r. N.3hitc1eI1's )' m "lueculIl.'I.Ia.I: .. From Iiy Heaver Creek, .
From ML Carmel, friemUule, by St Fr.iiic-isvile, I 11 I., Horshy'n ; and Brighton! tu ()->hkwk.vrom PorUge City From Alexandria! to Winchester.rorn :
4 k and Olive to Lawronceville.From ZuLu d Tho. Saunder's, to Marion.1'ioni <- ilil'fi 1 '! .\i Iii"I rung, .r'.I.ut Cannel It n-licstcr mils Madison by Stoner's rrilil? Grand Spring, Crooke-J. Lake, Buena Vista, and Pl-ver, to t Alexandria by St. fmncls,1k, 1\05.

,. .' i Mt Carmi'l to Hanover. Riley, Mclienry County, to Genoa. :Oru'nilt'.l'hilil'BlO'4U.Ieawiiettiwtj.irs.'zs.i Curu.i und New lliivuu to '\' .-, Exeter: and'Montieelo! to Monroe.Kiota Stevens l'o'nt. 4ith and Athens to fannunjtoii, [fOW,3ur.l'J

From Robinson, by Oblong and Willow Madir-un by Lodi nnd eolamer to Itaraboo.inun Fr..m Potosi Rockvale Lancaster .
j .; rrom MU Cannel by Pleaaut Valley to Hill! to New ton. W. rn II byrllnl"lI Orovc to Mount Carrol. Madison: by rlcasant! Branch Anton, Dau\I and by rennimore nom Alexandria to Linden '
j'Lttfla1'P
': Uowar :\-1k. nouiVainaw to Au;u-.la. "}!/ \' tu Sank: 'it r. and! Wingxille Muscodti.l seats of Clark, Scotland, Schuvly I ,

F: From Morris by iiazan, Clarion and fair- nom Robinson{ by Eaton, and Andeison, Plum Waiaavv! .M-jutici-Ho. and Xauvoo to ilont- H'II\MidL.on by Montclo, DaokoLi and AVautoma From i'otosi i by Rockvale, Kllenboro'! Clifton Mercer, Harrison and Gentry.

mount to Dvright. to Marshall. fl'e. l \\ U. I Waupnk: t vats! and Linden! to Mineral Point. rom Alexandria by St. frjraeisvjlK'1 'at'.

: From ):01'1' hy LUbon, Haldcrman'H: (;rn\ From Rocltoti, I by Lnona to Monroe. Han nom ieuu\'illc.Wak-iloo! by James'Ihil" and J"gle cliflV to I I rrom' Mudisoi> by Verona, Spring Pale.: Primro'o. From l'r uric du ChiN, by Koydstnwn.Richlind loo. Ashton Eldorado, Arbelo, Mempl1 :
From Hock tOil by Harrison and Medina Gtnve;i \niliut! Spring and I Argylo to \ iota.rriit LanC8ter.
,
and Asdiburj to Sand- I I : Creek, nUll RiclMiiond to Mtlscoda. and Grove to
Newark fabbio
Millington Middle
r Cherry
to Laona. From WjiU-ilool.y l Red Hul.! Kuma, l>ans\ilcmil Madi-win: I by Albany, Spring Grove and Hock
; ick. Eli (Jrovc; to CTicster.rnmi '/\' to .Freepurt| llinot! From Prairie du Clik-n, by Patch Grove. .

4.E From M orris by Lisbon and Newark to From Rock Itland, by Pleasant mdge, \VaukegainentwortLi, Angok. Aiitinrli, t.tll1I\ M'i-lini by ntdibtirif( Cregnrr, fun mtI, Un Litt'o' ( :rant, Lancaster, and Ellensboro': to 'rout, Apple Creelt by Wittenburg, ,r oed

the Station J East of Launiouack on Aurora Holly, Buffalo, Prairie, and DrurJ, to Musca- ]KiylKb: IVuiiic, lk-viu II Mill*, ul..u'* }jiII Kioh-( Oslxirn) r.nd, Leydvii te Juuesville.Fron P1.U t te\ill. and Spruce's ferry to Marpbysboro JU.From .
tine, Iowa.From inond. Aid.-., C.jiwi-ir{ Big n,.t I'ruirie, Kurtmi'i" Madison by hake View. Ancient, Sloi hton;
Chien toOld
Railroad. From Prairie lIlt Cliien by Eagle Arrow R0ck
Extension
(ri.inciB Wiuiot State Lin.! aud KotButu, to Bcluit, .' m'tan Station to Milton.rrora Jcfft'r9RiJ'! '0
: From Morris, Vanceboro, .\\'n, Rock Run Rock Island by Clinden, Prairieficl I IRichland WUojutiu. -M.d.a by Sun l'ruiric, L'olia and columbus Priutli11-, and Boydtown, to rennimor- From Arrow Rock by )

: and Rock Grove to Sj!riug Giove.; Grove, Meridian, Oxford, North Frf.m Wankopun, ly Ilaimvil, ymi ll\\t\\ vorksvilo, IJeavtr D.nn. Fiom Pmiiie du Chien, by Bad Axe, LeooVeroqua Prairie and Heath's Creek, to U orget0'Loai i.

From Mt. Mori is to Buffalo Grove. Prairie, I Hei.dorson I Centre Point, and Galesburg ; Mcllniry, Oiteud, lUitLi.l, I'r.H.Uule.'it!
to Knoxville. DiiLUin. tlwtmiii};. H.K.IC ami JVu.ur to Kclvidcrc.Hunt rom Manitoovvoc by M:.I :u.La, Wakefk-ld, Medina Mills aue Spnita. to Black River Full" ana'
: From Montezuma to GUgow.From
Grein'vo d! .
to
G.-vibotnlale( to iron Rock Island by Camden Mills, Orion "iVuuk"aii by (Lgl .-&.( lluhn-svi! '. ForHA I Wanpaea.tri'i From Prairie du CLien by La Cross-, Lew From Athens to rairvie!
Murphysboro by rorkvile, 1-unar, Mumm Mniinccto! by Cedar xuik sol aciiuaba to i.
JJiri vilu Lu C. t.olj'ke. Cr!
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and ) Bum's.From l Jil' Eau Gullet's; Mills to
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to New
Mai Cambridge, rp River. is' Mills, Douohs 8. nom Auburn by Hope .
: Rock island to Iowa.rj From Miirinottp Keowrnaw, Clii ( River Set lenient Prescott and Point ule.rromBcntoa .
From Naples Iiy Pilt fiohl, Uarry and Davenport, Er'-Wauki-gati: by Olfitgo.ewiMiit and UtcLoiy by Kortnjjc Entry l Rns'.i From Beehive to Mays
: Kiuderhook to llannilal Mo. :: Fiom Rock hland! by G--iios>oc, and : to M.iLurti.Kr : !i ,)" Ewgle: Wilkius.jroi.i River., Eagle llaibor und North West JI n-J Douglass 1 to ."'t. Paul I, Mitui.s" Territor to Commerce.' .
t rcit CharJe
From NaplfH I by ''crcd.H.iJ\rcnz..i' and Princeton g to I Pcori.i.UucL I I ,,'ii W(t Wjioflin.; ltilill by Doer Giovo, lln:! Mineral Point; by 1).11 HntoD cud Au-u to }'. iroo Benton by CyerO to .a

Virginia to Uuili. 1 l'H1tU : I.'hud by) Pcnusylvama: : Oil- : L.'k, liuiicJiV. uc.-uJi, l1 I', )ldll I I ".:-I I LlLbur. ; ij Lafaj ette u-uuty. 1.D Prsc tt by Hudson, Fiicvile, and 1 rrcmfictiauytaDecaturlow.. .

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AUTHORITY.SOF For continuing the survey of the Islands on For orrci\nues of ncceMnrv travelling and personal and sixty do tars; I shall be taken from cbwo three and put in elaM fonr J
hundred dolUrs
BY ; due employee on the north eastern Fur itnil l in Treasurer' office clerk shall be
thousand dollars expenses boundj j reporting and pnHishing in tti daily OJo >n one taken 'j
"UNITED That the Consul at B lrout, Syria, is here the coast of California, thirty ry survey during the years eighteen bnn-lred anti fortv -! two tlii>u-utiKl eight hundred soil sixty-five columns of 1 from class two. and one fmm class three and put ia

THE STATES. by allowed a salary of two thousand dollars ; f"'ir.' eighteen hundred, and fitly five, CI2IItCCU* the procetling* nf the Horse f Itptesentui1 lye.. for tho class font; and that the Secretary of Stale he allowed hj

per nnnum ; and, the said Consulate shall For Rurvying the public lin s and private hundred nnd forty pit. pt bt >en hundred and forty first pwion of the thirty third Ci>ngrp3 nt ev.n dollars in addition to his present nnmber of clerks, two

CT mikinq appropriations, &c comprehend both Syria and Palestine, and land claims in California, !Including office expenses noven. two timusand einlitt>en tl the of claims, and For runn'msf, and marking the boundary! line betxrr four hundred and ri htv-seven dollars! nat f frv cent*; one nt nn annual salary of fourteen hundred dollars*
'CodiZUei? from Suppcmrn.) two thousand dollars i is hereby appropriated incident to survey the United Rtntcn 1 the of }' annual
1 *"n nn lltrpubl 3 Mejdco. .ui twenty-fonr copies of tht d ?re'#ionnl f.lobennd and one at salary of sixteen hundred dollar; -
TorifPe htt3 3flt1 other means of rendc.jounce for the ailarv of said consul. to be disbursed at the rates proscribed hy w under tir! treaty conctudea nt the cit'.f Mexico on Appendix for the first sesmn ol the thirty third and the money necessary to pay the compensation

to shipwrecked mariners and For office rent of the Con BU! at Zurich, in for the dilferent kinds of work three hundred the thirtieth of Deectnhor one tlioi airl eish humfred Congrfcs. for each rmn>li<;r and deleKateof ihe House and increased coupenration under this section be, and
to1 thousand dollars : x and fifty three the sum of one hundred and ixty iirhttWionml of R.-presttitatives making un ajran-gnte ff five th dollars
the of the United States Sw'tzetland hundred
:;!.% Oi coast one ; I'nrrent of surveyor-pener-il's office in Cnlifoimn erne hundred and Urty; doUar, to he ilUbore.J ,I seven hundred nut! twelve copies at six dollars a j Sec. 7. And be it further enacted That the librarian -,
(xpeflded under the direction of tlie Sec- That the Secretary of the Treasury audit of Instruments records uiid-T tite direrti ,n of tl Secretary of the In- copy, thirty-four thousand four hundred am] sixteen of Congress shah receive eigltecn hundred dollars

Of te Treasury, ten thousand dollars.h I nnd settle the accounts Uobeit C. Schenck, purchase terior. pr-ivided there Miallbe allowed and paid to the !! dollars ; ; the assistant librarian fifteen hundred dollar t

rrrarj the ra"ch se of mpt-illis! surf-boats tnrr:3plive I la'e Envoy Extraordinary nd Minister Plenipotentiary -I drawing I mnteriils, furnit'i e, fiu-1 l, pay o'I coniniifrionrr, FPqeya r anti AAtrnnoiner ,appointed or''' For binding the Congressional Globe and Appen- each, and the messenger twelve hundred dollars pr"

for sn'l and to be located of the Unite States to B'azM.; and I messengers, eighteen thousand tliren hundred to l>e apjuiin'ed fir the purpose af.-reHai-l. each n cal j ill for the fir>t 6< Hion of the thirty-third Congre**, annum, and the monej i is hereby appropriated to pay .. .
property, % dollars ory at thc> rate of iliree tliousund dull.irs per annum, thirteen thousand seven hundred and f izty eik dollar the same.Sic. 4: ri

I Rtmh t of the following parts, twelve thous- | of John S. PeiidlAtrtn. late Charge d'AfTiire For ;compensation of draughtsman anti and v.at if the doting of eithr have: be-n or shall lie and forty cents ; 8. And be it farther enacted, That toe collections '

L und five hundred dollars-, viz : On the ea-tsiJecf ( of the United SUles t-i the Argentine Con rr-irme-l by un <>ffi er of bliP artnfr. hs par, inclnd-I For reporting nnd ptiljli hipg in the Daily Globe, ,f the exploring expedition now in the PatentI !

Like Michigan, at Mi ht-ran Cit3' < federition, for additional o'npensation and clerks.! iu addition to the amount heretofore (I in
inclined by them in th performance estimated, the same being req -jrejiri rne. I i-hill '1. inerwHl to that num. I of the House of Ho eesentativea for the second oen8ior I ; of the Commissioner of Patents wLo U hereby an-
:t New Buffalo. <> St. Joseph, one ; : for expenses
on ;
: Public Hni'ditifi nnd Grqiind.-Fi'r of the Congrena at dollars and thonzetlI to eniplo one prinonal of
quence of the increased amount ol nelo-work compensation thirty-fccowl seven keeper said colltcih -
, ;:; :; o, one ; Unktee, one ; Grand special services, not ptainin' to proposed to be executed, twenty-o/ae thou- in pnrt f"r the -senj2r: In clmr je of the main fur- fifty Jen's n column, one thousand one hundred and >ort nt an annual salary uf nine koodrvd dollar*.'

I Hirer, fl1 o ; Muskeg', one ; White River, their respective missions, and at points distant dollars. nare in tr> ( *pltil. threp hmidred nnd! fifty dollars. thirty-two dollar and fitty cents. on* nssn.nt; t keejier at an annual salary of seven i

Pier MarqueUe, one ; and South BUck! from those to which they were original sadd For P..Wi"r! and repitrinir in ide of c .pibnI. new To pay a dtficienoy in the appropriation for eight hundred and fifty dollars", one night watchrr.an nt sit
one ; For Surrey* in Oregon ar.il \VahinglnnTerritories. nnde'r the hundred of the D.icrm nnuuul of six hundred dollars and
and the wi-st fide of LnkeiM'cVgnn ly acciedite, I, in compliance with ir.etruc- \ fiim-iees Senate Chamber and Supreme copies utarv History purchased salary two laborers
T Rive, one ; on 1 .-For office icrt for the surveyor Court roo-ii five thousand dollars ; for the new members of the Hou eof Kepteientatives at an annual salary each of three hundred and

at Clue jo, two ; Keoosln, one ; tions from the Depnitment orState ; in set general, fuel, books, stationary amid other in- For fnnii hii and putlintj up new furnace" sal 1 re- from the twenty-sixth to the thirty.secoud Congress sixty-five dollars. :

nd on the west side of Lake Michi on, it tlingvhirh accounts tie! the certific-ite of riilental thee thousand! dollars rmirin : old fiirnflfes, rebuilding! anti ventilating nit inclusive aeing nt fcvcnteeti dollars tweiity-t evencents SEC. 9. And ho it further enacted, That

Chicago two ; Kenosha, one; Milwaukie, i the parties shsll he regard as gufKci cv- | expenses,standard and ; clinmhors for th* mmiii? .if Representatives four thousand and two mil.s n volume, six hundred cud fifty-five the first proviso to the first section of the act .
For surveying pnral'el, meridian five hundred dollar* dollars and twenty cents
the amo-int of incnrred < ; ;
Door 1 idence to ,
Death's one as expenses entitled "An act to
one
one ; Shebovgan, ; lines, o'-cr: coast mountain and along For repair arid renewal of the gas pip** through For pjx.Cmeiitof a alance due. fir the second and provide compensation
: Two Rivers, one ; Manitotvack, one ; W.iukegan -* I \\herc no regulir vnur.her can be produced the c as>l-'.n estimated distance of two hundred the capital three tlniutind five hiin.lid l"llar ; third volumes of the fifth series of Documentary Hi to such persons as may be designated by the

one; Racine, one; Port Washington j and a compesation at the rite of twentv-five j and mile five thousand dollars To rtiiWe the Si>eretary of the Interior to pay f>r try, under contract with the Secretary of State, four Secretary of the Trvasarj to rectite and

t one ; Washiuton Ilaibor, O-H ; South Mani- l dollars l per diem shall be allowed to each of| For fifty *- and subdivision) ; two hundred and twenty feet and five inches of'pmn- hundred nnd seventy three dollars; keep the pnlillc money, tinder the fifteenth j

Kalley's Harbor, one ; and them for the tinv they were so employed, to surveying township ito c-pinJT. usd in the improvement of the tri.inzul.ir Kur one hundred copies of the Congressional GloW section of the act of sixth Angust eighteen
island ,
ton one ; in the | lines (estimated nt four thousand nine bunidred at the C'-rner of Thirteenth street and I'enn- and Appendix fir ti! <> first session of the thirty-third ,
such other points asBhaU !be paid out of money treasury not i square hundred and for
I any the additional
t( atCilu net, one ; or for Htue hundred dollars forty-six, ser
I and twenty mile) in Oregon Territory, s\lvi.i Avrnne, five hundred and fifteen dollars and Congress Library nix arid
be designated by the Secretary of the} otherwise appropriated } j! twelve dollars f>rtr j'ven rents ; for bnrrrg! the same two hundred aid fortv dollar; vices required under that act," approved '

I Treasury, tn be expended under the direction For expenses which may be incurred ;.nark at a rate not exceeding work perm'le F.r oonipensation to the lat>orer in chn'j; of the for one hundred copies of the C mgres i 'nal Globe March second, eighteen hundred and fifty- j 4

of ih e Secretary o f th e Tre nterl'i ets in the Capital, three hundred and aixtyfivedoll.ira and Apj-endix fir the secjmd $es'liifl of the thirty- three, shall not be construed In apply to the I
shall! !bt> !land of vessels in thousand four hutidri-l and ninety dollars : ; third Congre- for House Library three hundred dollars -
such forelgd
nlgo adopt measures as necessarv I crews rescuing citizcns collector of the District of Buffalo Creek
For surveying standard, parallel and meridian For crImpncat:4n of the public gardener, one thou.can't add for binding the same cue hundred and tweo- ,
and vessels of the United
for the presentation of uch boats ; SuMe' fn.rn hundred dolhrs dollars while such collector shall be one of the designated ,
two ;
i lines in Washington JVrritory, (an csti- ;
} For expenses of visiting aud inspecting I Khipwr"ckf five thousand dollars : Provided, For eoiipensiti of Fist<- -rl lulx>rers. employed in To enable John G. P.ivei to pay to tie! rephrtere of depositors of public money.

ligSt, and other aids to navigation, two thou&nn.l I That the same shall be xpjnded under the j mntcd di. ta-ice of five hundred miles,) ten the publi'-! grounds end IViVidi-nt's uurden nt f irtv I the Hiiuse for Congressional Globe, the paine amount SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, That 7

d)11aV5 ; / ( direction of the President of the United thousand do'larr ; dollar* ir month each, seven thousand fix hunJred of additional compensation for rejiorting this session the accounts of the public printers and tho
,
For surveying township and subdivision and 'i hy dlar ; as was paid them at the last, the sum of three thousand -
& For co-nmisslonp, to two end a linlf per | States; ; I certificates of the 8u"perinendent of public
lines (estimated at four thousand nine hundred Fir wiiip*>n>iHtiiin of the lce* p<'r of the western dollar is hereby appropriated and the clerk of
- centum, to superintend Mils a* are ententitledto For the purchase: blank bot>ks, stationery miles in Terri- trite. Capitol Square, seven hundred end thirty dol- the House H hereby nuth.iriztti to pay hit same tociiid printing thereof, shall be subject lo the examination
and
th'1 iine, under the proviso to the xct of arms of the United States, presses, mid twenty ) Washington Rives to be applied by him f-r that purj*>sc.Srr. and control of the accounting officers

third ofMarcS, one thousand eight hundred fl.igS and for tK pa\ni nt of postage?, foi 'j torv. at a rat'- not rxceeding twelve dollars For onip 'ati<>n of two day watchmen, employ- 2. A nd be il artier enacted, Tluit the Secretary and Secretary of the Treasury, in likd .

and fifty-o-ie, entitled "An act miking ajirioprntions the Consuls of the United States, ten thousand |>er mile, and including office work, sixty-five ('I Iii the Trtpitol Sfjnnre, ut five hundred tlo.irseno'n !! of the Treasury U-, arid I is hereby itutlurizedau manner as other public accounts :
] llio.isatid; four bandied( ( and ninety dollars ; one th n'ind dollars ; l directed to cause to be constructe l the following ,
for the civil and rnitic: exPVISOB dollars SEC. 11. And belt farther
i rip < ; enacted That
I anil incidental of tho For oompensati'in of tWO nilit watchman, empliyM building-*: At ElUworlh. Maine for tlti nccornmiMlatiou ,
For salaiivs -
of government for the year ending! To t'ital.l the Secretary of State to Defray 1 expenses I nt the Pri.lenth< n buiMing of Horn and after the thirtieth! of June, eighteen

June t'lirtieth eighteen !hundred and fiftyUvn -. the expense of releasing f om captivitv' co-Mini sion appointed under the act of March ("fli. one tlKiiwind rf'illrtr*; biick. with fire-p'oof fl.iors. constructed of iri'n bcirns hundred and fifty-four, in lie of the clerks

and for ot.ir' yurposes," on the amount among the In-iians! of Q..ieen Charlotte's Iki- 1 third, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, for setJ For oonpeti-ition of the iloor keeper at the FresiJ and biicL w ,rk, iron roof, shutters, sill*. to, tweiitx- heretofore authorized by law for the office of
J thug laud claims in California one hundred itu hii'it. five hundrwl d-illar five feet }by thirty, and twerity-fi\ef: in hepht from
;
that mny be dt&burbed by them, eight thousand I and, the ciew and passeng-rs of the American and five thousand five hundred dollars For c'>mp'-nntinn of 8"i4Uut tloorlfeper. at the t tie f lunfiati n. tc" t not more than ten thousand the assistat.t treasurer at New York, he bd

,I dolhrs.Koi si l op tieorjiana; fifteen thousand dollars, or meridian; Pre-i !Jcnt> house, three hundred and sixty five dol- dollars ; At livll t. Maine, for the accommodation, if authorized to appoint, with the approbation h1
the base
the coasts of Califernia. Orecon.. and so much thereof as may be necessary. For surve\ log necessary lar ; the cuit'in h..n>e and! j .ist-<'tJice! a biiilding ofhkcruateriidn of the President of the United States, one -

VTnsmnston;; ; ; : '- I To defray expense Incurred, andto*i be in- standard parallels, to\\n<>h<;ps, and section For oompri atmn rt fo'ur (Tra-rkpeppr at the P.>- fort> live ft by thirty-two, and tLity-twa: t-biefclerk at a salary of tvto thousand one

For oil andoiVr s'lppl'u'S forfif'eoii lights, i icKnng cuned, in complying \\ith the resolution of' lines in New :Mexico' th'ity thousand dollar*, tf'nne hrJ-lir, in'l fur fii**!. o'l. and lamps, two tbouaivl feet high and to evst Dot'more than twenty thousand hundred doliarr, one clerk at twp thousand
For tie! : base meridian sovrn hundred and fifty five dollars dollars ; At GIou surveying; ;
materials of all kind-, ani! trnnspor1titiou the House >/iepreseiitalivesof the tburtecnt.: I Iof nece.suy and For imfx n*rttion of two draw' eep.rt at the two BiHington. Vermont and S.unduky. Ohi< for the nccomiii'MUtiou dollars, to clerks at eighteen hundred dollars


of the same, expanses or keeping Ump December, one tho-isvid eight hundred standard parallel, townships, sec hrii'ee BCP$ the eastern Itrnneb ot the Potomac, of the custom-Iwuse and pcst-cffice. a each, two clerks at fifteen hundred dollars

hid machinery in repair, publishing; notices and filty-thre", calling for a statement of thptiviliges jion liris in Kansas and Nebraska, fifty and fiiol. 'il. an'1 1-imjv. one tb niand tlollnrt ; building;; of like m-it riaN. M\ry feet by rty-five feet each, one clerk at txrtlve hundred dollars, Zone
thousand dohiar! !! : F-T of tlie AuxIlUry fJtinrd fuel nnd : and compensation
tanuiteri of clttng's: of aids to naxigation. < ; refctiictions of the commercial messenger at nine hundred l dollars, and
of of New tiUaIiI' fmir hundred dolar not m re th m fity thotraiui d-jllars Tor each building
Fur sal.iry or-gencral oil fir l.imp* xtren !
twenty-Mt thousand nine hundred end eightvsixd' intercours of the United States with all firim survey ; ; two watchmen at five hundred and fifty dollars 4
At Milwaukie \lrCiifl-iIi. fir the! wmtmidalinti
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l medical a
Mexico and clerks in hi* ofiice! seven thousand For 'ipwirt.| ear.ftfl- trefttm-nt of eigh- ; L
lUrs nti'l twenty-fir? cf>nt ; i <- nations, and a table exhibiting comparative tr+it tr-tn.-iieiit pauper: mili al nrd ftirg'cal patients tif the i-I4tohI-1ufitte: ; pf tffice and United State each, per annum. In case 6f the sickness
dollars
For repiirs and incidental exp-ns-s of fifteen statement between the tariff of other five hundred ; in Washington Iii rwary. three thoucund d .'Uro ; c 'iirU. a buJiag! of like iaaten.il, pixty feet by /forty or unavoidable rbs 'nce from his office

lights : "d building* coniu>ctHu-sv tho liv e feet, fi.rt-.ight! feet in lifight fn-ra the loun.iation. of the assistant treasurer, he may in his discretion -I
and \ebra-ka, two thofsand dollar ; and d"!'ar9 | to o.wt not more thin fifty thousand dollars; At .
with, -5 igt tlionsvid five !hundred do'lars ; th-Hisand dollars ; ; authorize the sold chief clerk to act
For olfici rent fOe! and incid nUl For hire of carts on the puLTTc giotind one thou- New Haven. Connecticut, Newark*, New Jersey, Buf--
,
Tor Fil.iri'* of fi teen keepers and twelve To enable the Secretary of State to pay to expenes and n'illi"' : fnlo. N.-w York. Onwg". New York. Wheeling, Virgiiiia in his place, and to discharge all the duties

np-Hl.ints.. nt ni: average* not excei-unir ci igat! the persons employed to protect the property in .NVvv Mexico, three thIuStId: dol'ar' For rItrcIine and repair oftIl4 I used in tie puU Chicago. Illiti >i* and Detroit, MicMgan. *earl f >r 1 required by law of the assistant treasurer.Src. .

LuiJr d lollarii p<*r nnu',. nnc'i, tweiityoru1tiions.uiil aid persons of citizens of the United State* For cleik hire, otfire rent fuel, anil iuciJt'iitiil lie fT"un.l tire hun lre
bix hundred dollars ; ,tt Sail Ju.iu NiciragtiH, twelve thousand expansein 1iis's nd Nebraska, (six Fur, puroh: w .f tree* ii'id treeliie to replnce United States courti". nnd teaMU inspectors.buil ; from and after the thirtieth of Jnne; eighteen ..Zj
thousand il.illa's I fur 'fb'ce wh re n-cesrv, mob us hare l-t-rn pUnted b. the ling of *time of like floon.. beanl*. ro..fc, shutters.
Iii-irtg :ts.i-: < rrn
Fr *?? ofrairt'ijT. r.'eanin! rop.iirinjr dollars, or so much thereof as be neresnry hundred and fifty-three, the anneal salary of
xppji 4
nny feet fset in ;
: b five fvt-t height
United! Stat<>* and the repair of ravoments in front of I ti hty by t-ixty sixty .
fuel and inciJentuf, fourteen thou
rcmoo'ins, and supplyinc lotR-y of flititing to defray the expenses BO incurred ; i iFT expenses,) the |i'iblie grunnd five thourncd do'.larti'! ; frorn the fouiidatM'ii.! tcosl Ist inc-re than tightvei the chaplains to Congress shall be seven hun 'J

) lit'acmis an.l )bunrn. an-1 cli.iins nnd Muk-' the pivmont of James B. llolmnns Kami three hundred doliais ; For th" Ciitol; l exten'i-m, feve;'. hundred and fi'tvthojrin : !l.t th.I'ItI od I dollars fir cacti uilii.ig! ; tie build dred amid fifty dollars! and such sum additional '

ors fr tit' sani", srul fr rol'iii! : and nurnbrin for servicis nMidcied as Secretary of L ga-; For olfici' remit fur the su't' yor-goneral oWa 1 tIi Lire ; Provided. Tlm, ftny iiffi-er 'if the i.-ig at Detroit to be erected upon a water l"t. belong- to that elsewhere provided as may be required :
.hinijtoM '|'.- it'irv fuel books stationary who ha< foivii T niuv !":rej ffer be I in j to the U'it-? I S'ates; At Galv'eston, Texas fir
army or n
thousand fii'e bundre1 ivy zp time
:il l! tin* buoys < 'ight : j finn at S.intiago, in the discharge of rKiicnltlutit's i td pay name additional to that .
l fir the! ereftion. alterxti or rep-tir of ihio aeiiimni'Nlatian of the ciistaui.-bs.ue, post oflie
L and (>tli T incidental five thousand pr4IrRt.-I any
dollars ; J lefi unperformed by bis p-edecessors: expanses of the edifices, ,Mrn-ture or w irks fur wijili appn and United! State courts a building! briek. '>f like elsewhere provided as may be required to

For com ni 8 m at two n'ld A hnlf p >r ; five hundred d( 'lars.Erj dollars. pria'ionare IP tject t<> all I| fi ''ri. beam*. ri'fs. shutrers, tti-: ? f.'rty-tive feet by pay the same to the thirtieth of June, eighteen ;'

een'u'n, to ?urh erintendent as arc entitled >rnsn of the Collection of Rcrcnuf .riecnaneou.t.-For book* voted to the the [niii* penalties mid lialiilitiea contained in the pro sti-t.uI'y feet fiiity-eight feet high (toni the foundation, hundred and fifty- five. Is hereby appropriated

to tho P.ao! under the jirovi-o to tlio net from L 2ntls.To .- mettshi.r of the Thirty-thinl Ct.pgross, by Hi"is of the art entitled An act to provide fur thlietter .- with K ]J'rtic'> on two sides, and! to Cost not more out of any money in the treasury not
the resolution of Februa orgaMizitii-n of the and f T the collie th. nne hundred thoiu-un.l, doitre| ; ; At i'eterbburg.
of the OI'MI! of Ma-ch, one thousand eight ni.-i't the expenses of collecting the !' joint turnty-f'inrth tion. safe.k'"'n tranfrr treasury and dU!,nr-eii.ent of the Virginia f>r the 'ce.ivum..datiiiti i>f the cu.tom hi.iti.ezitiil otherwise appropriated ; Provided, That the

,rranJic-J! a'tJ firiy-'Ot*. (.MitiiJod; : "An act mitn I revenue ham the sale of puhlic) lands In the ry, eighteen hundred and filty-fonr, and the public revenue,"ng:irfriuj sxtli: of August eighteen |#.i
;: HpjKojiiiattons: for the civil ami diplo.) sereral land Stite and 'IVrrtt-ry of Minne- i resolution of the I ffon e of the twtiitiftli hundred mid firtjix ; five feet, thirU-t i> fed high fioin the foundation, to be received by scid chaplains

i June, eighteen numbed and fifty-four, one For Miniietiii the bridge F'ltomf.c: River to est nit more than sixty two thousand (hilburs.SEe. SEC. 13. And be it further That
nullfxi'n%*4" of povtTiinn'nt for ih* year oti, ii I addition to the balance.: of former < | over re enacted. .4 ;
j hundred and iiin& tv-iihie thousand five bun near tit Little FalU fifteen ih.msH'i J doll.jrs; ; 3. Am! be itfur.Aer, enaelnl. That the sev the seventh section of the '
MKJ! <: J j.e t'ui[:'i< th,] i-i htoeu: !iin J-vd and apj;>r ijiii iti..iii ', oral sums mentioiie I in the preceding i-ectioii of this act of January
For of ,itiit tehtnnii. employpt
eo'iipvrr"ition w
fifty-two, aiiJ lor otiit-r purposes; ," on too P.tnoujit Ior salaries and commissions of registers I d r-41 an 1 ten dollars and ihtv-Mveii; .. Cent-. I fir the I lnttr pr-f cti'Hi one of tl.w ImiMings lying South | act. as the c' t of the buil.Kngs, therein authorized to eighteenth, eTghteen hundred and thirty-seven-,
T T..iUMi CWk of the H.m
tint nny be < .if R |.r.* tie fr tli* .
t<> -in jiun-huM-rs, Liipumittrniiiib
huu !rd !oli's!1 ; .ne hundied and si.My thousand l
For 'onis"-ting; the {.' ''it-li ,uP, on the For c-xp'-nses of deposhing public moneys becond nmi tliir regulating the conof the United States,' "
'i I.itIai-
rnnt: of '(2liirnii au-1, Oregon, Hit* Film ofJiftytiiH by receivers of public moneys, fifty thousand : t-tc.. of tl.i; Imli.iii tril < ..f the Uiiitil .Stut.'s t>, c
? thd! 'ff-ni-J, four Imtidn-d mul tliirtyfrir ) dollars] ; I ) the s 't< if tli,* new. nri iuJitTit,. of tlitHHIIM; oKijinB public Ctie.! wat -r-pix'S.| pavements and other I printed frr the purMies| aforesaid.; oJt i.f any nunieyi'i annual snlary: of clerks in the Mint of the
iilativrs, .ittlr.: ii >1)):ir iui/1 fifty rfitc -
dolhrs be the ; JHoluiiir. with.Iiin broken la.an tLe tr Msury nut otherwise r.ppmprinted : Provided t United States to eighteen hundred 'dollarsj .
: I'r.itlJeJ. That it shall For incidental expenses 'of the ever'Ilmnd.offire l I \ fourti-fii l.'iii'lr.-il ds1turi; [iriii. .l. TIiMl tin- wulks the C.ipilol Square, I

dutv ortheSfcretarv of the Tr.':iurv to piyJ ; *, including new offices no' heretofore nM vi.lutiu-x dull tx-tiftiie game ft\e! au.I lqu.ility u'ih"1"1 lock, five lh-iUkiinl d"lMI# ; t That f.o money hereby iippropruited meiitioned. until shall be valid used title orapplied j each, from and after the first of July, eighteen .
for th -
For nnii'i.d of th> 1r(4t't'! h'ni [ : Ilrh"s-S( ft
f j the\ roniractors for building the light-lion*'* pnidid for, forty ihou&and d< liars ; : li -reti.f"rifiinj lmL t.F mentf repairs! -Iu ing nnd c.improTe-f t.' the iRnd for the nite of suc'i' taiiMings. !ha enchcise h hundred and fi R-four, at the 'discretion of

I 1 on P.nnt Lvan, r.e.-i' San Di *go, what the For halaries of registers and receivers inOn'gO' r t! '..'in Ilet 1.'ii s 1 tti pnntii.jj of tile frt t 'e'l.'n. den and gp'tinpnr nuking h'nlwIe< therein jree-4 six tho'i p'mit and dollars>r par-; ( shall IK *-e>ted in th- United State, and un1 1 ii! the the ollfcers authorized by law to appoint, :

z I BI""? rrHsuca'nly;! worth.Inifrfwxr : and Washington Territories, or to : f Tiiry tliire C,4i.rei.,. t ettV tli.u,4i1J di! F--r hairing! tlwI'rettMentV li.itie :m ti! I with tha approbation; of the President of the ,::4t

$ tiN : Is nr'niii'l thtin .!Iuroiuid th.- eXiC'tiveofH United State t.e right to tiix. or in any way ases UtiiteQ State including aFso ona clerk in
I jri'A F"nrcign jVa//on?.-For much thereof its may be necessary: per act of i'.ir tli'1 pr.rdit'e; i'lp ip' fir tbf f tho"Jiniitiitz public gr ui-i at tie! of th Unitetl S'ates th.it ,
salat! >s ofJi.iisteri of the Utiitnl) States to H'ventce'ith of July, eighteen hundred and of il.e fn i..i-1n( '.ftli<> Thirty third C 'ti- -r prifioity during the lime that tie said United I the fdice of the assstant: treasurer at Philalelphla .

('fit Ijiitai1'. liVft'ict1 Uusa, PruM-i Spain (ift\-four, rnne thouhand dollars ; 1 & I..rt! tlintlidusni'l I di1.tre] ; and JAr completing; the iinpro\tiriptitof Maryland Ave Mutes shall! be or lemiiii the owner thereof. and that the salary of the chief clerk
; F,-r iJ.-tir ti< in tli i-.ltnn-itfH Ii,'r,-t<'f.>,it! i>hmit- of the branch mint at NexV- Orleans shall
Erazi; ty 1 Ami It' enn-ttd. That the sect
I er,,, Mexico, Cliili. .ud: Centiai Attcrici For r Jfice rent, fu 'I 1 and labor, for said flue fnun Seventh Street to the Potomac River, two SKC. 4. tt j'urtler ,
if-I fir tfie piintinif I tio fccii(| i44iji.Ii i of the thirty uf the Tr If. and he is hereby author- I hundred 'dollars
tiin.-ty thtmsntid dollarft ; : offices, four thousand riolhrs ; 1 thinl C.HIHHI-S. U-ii I tlimis-iiiil .l.j'uiirs thi'ij'.m I five hundred d.'tI.srsF.'r ; t j rearr as'Jry be tuenty-two from and aftiM
; izt-d nnd direeted tuCau.e to be coustructed the fo-!
F >r b' l tries* of Secretaries of Leffation to F' r iron safes for receivers", and for books, FIT refit '>f warcnx tn f.r tin4 yearn lirIg thirtieth; fiiriiinl.i'i'4, l.i'iipt. mi I Innip-po* from SIxtecii'ht Inning buildings : the first of July, eighteen ImnJred and

laf 8, twenty tiioosJind d tll-in. ; stationary and furniture three thousand! dollac : of Jniif. tigistit.ii hundred tthI! fifty live, two huuilretlj front i SevellteMith of Latf Vftlc itrert. nil Peri live i\vii htiridred| |.In dolinri-A* VPt'e. ill I At New OrlfHin. IxMiHiana, ft marine hospital to fifty.four. I ;
Square; ;
I't aisi I fifty j
rsaliry] of a Minuter rcuidc-ut to Turbix *. For completing the improvement nf IVnmvlvnniaA [ cost nit iii'>re tli.iu two hundred! aud firtv-eibt t'mu- ,
:
ev 1 F"r C.ITLe inl I.iKir in l .rnr nnrf trnn.p'cjiti.'n nine tiiiiusand and dHirA ; and when *ai< hospital: ; shall have bfetimmplitid. whenever it s-hall become neckssary for the
liioasn-id dollars ; S1rrrofi1i PulTlc Lanas.-For Fun'oVing <"'!e West i>f Scveuteeiilh Street
"f jMjxr from w.irermnn and 'ffice '.f 6'ijnntni lent the iif the Frea-ury shall cause
Fc-r t'tltry l; of the Dragoman to the Lfgntiai the j-ullic Ian ''s, (exrlnsive of California! I I to i he tH'-'e-t if tliiullic| jiriutcr live iiuuJrrd anti oiiT. reiml the nsnde the Con the old! hopit.il Secretary at Now Orleans: to t>e o1d. and the head of any department or office to employ
to Turkey two tnuutaiid five liUiiJreJdeliars ; | l island in the lilt d.>'ilrii! $ >ur p oxpf-tiditiire by be iu of special agents, other than officers of the army
an On-gon,) iucludiug surveys ) ; ini-ioiKT 'if i'uMic B ills hI'lt4 !for the repair of the! pnici-t-d* ihrpHif ti> placed tlic Treasury the
F'.r fmivii ; inteiior and all other sjifcial and P.Ticult! ; | 1'ot'im.ic bri-lge when lujuied by fire, four thousand I7nit ? Fo- Hilirl: of Chir'i'1 d'Afl* irR or MinIsVis Purveys demanding; augmented,,, rates, to hipj.hi j |i.y.-.l! 1 iijxiii tli niHti* of tlic jiiiblitIatii!< under I the five huni I ed itillHr-1: ; At Detroit, 3I.(1iitfl. a rrarioe lio pital, to cost rot of public moneys, they shall, prior -
1 liMiluli.iI 4>f i h..1I..ue ti ltlitrtseIttttiveb <>f f.iuith >fMay. '
| the I the tw briilgo!> Rcr.'a* [ mire than petentV-Sve thousand dnll..re to entering Upon duty as such give bond
FIT
containing repa'rnof q
rr&ijiint '0 Portugal. AH* ri'i, Denm.itlc. : )] forty Btveii thousand At IViHHcnla. Florida, a marine h i iSwe-.U-i, I Holhn-1 I IWnium, M: i jpl **. S.irdin- I liicts l according! to the exigencies of tin public i diui fiviIn..mil eil iliillnre ; th Ka-'crn Knnch of the Futomuo four not more than twenty tliiainl dollars.At in such form and with such security as the

*&. tha! Pdi al .*? \ ( \4.fltZUt sele r.ir the C'.leti'! n ir nc 1 .Vof, (''v ; : serb !<*e, iiii-luding expensed of ttitmzs'arnp I c ___ ... .. ... t 4n p tf ti. riiiti.nt ofi'i'. rfiiik 111 Svfiiti* >i o tnorinA -
i f mt V.' III 1C V 1*'lii Wr >t I Ck \ llir r 'Sr-' j vv J i
la, liu* <>no< Ayref, liubvia; hccador, ;iud LIDOS, and the compensation nnd expenses jin.l.. fli.-tnb'iti"n i1 cuttings and sie.I. I buiMiiip.; two 'hun lied tli>iiitaiid dollars ; 1. t' cost not more than fifteen tlio-m.ind d Ilnr agent may approve.SEC. ,; .j
I \vt-iitv five th Uiiaiid doll..i to be |);t.J nut of i any SFU 5. And bu it further enacted. Thai the several 15. And be !t further enacted That
SwitZiMl-ttnl, triity-beven thousand five hun to the *oiA-eyor to locate priva'e 'aid, itt tin* in-t otherwue For nl'ering the streets nnd rep liring !In front of ,
mi'iii-y trt.nury appropriated; of Pntent OlBre bin raitin ?um. mentioned in the proceeding section, as the hereafter the Warden of the of
dred 'follntR! ; claims in LoniMana, in addition to the nnex- For conipciKatioii For silary of a Clerk to the United States balances of all former i-linjilaiti. iiHsitttaut ki-f uur.ls and jxjrt. of the '*, fl-igginj! foj'!wnv. putting in order yarils. painting eiot : the United States for the District -f Colurrubia
with
pended appropriations pers ne'w FalN:1t| of tho Pat nt (lice! In fresco, fourteen together ten per ceut. thereon to corer
legation London, ctubl bumlrci) d I llara; fur the shine objects, one hundred and ten jM'iirtoi.tiary of the- I>i-iiKt! if Columbia, eilit llijand ) tlioinai"! two hundred nnd fifty dollnrn ; the coRijK nit"ii! of architects, aupcriutenJetits.. ad- and the Commissioner of Public Build

For cor.ruiKentcxpeii e of nl1 the mi6feion6cbrnjid. thoosand cloil.nrs ; fcix Imudied, dni'Hrs; For iron ruling, and fl .ggingin front of the old vfrti'.ng; :md .thor roulitigent expensr nnd so much ing and Grounds, shfill "ma&e to the Secretary

forty thousand tl 41aie : \ For the ekaminati and F i cim1ie.isiti..n of throe in'peclors of caiJ prnetrntiiirv. portion of the Futent Offiee: I liuiMmg. fr altering the HS u'.nv be required to purchase suitable sites for sail of the Interior, : :.* in time to accompany
I continuing corrections three I.mi Irt-il tiitLrtI'or : .
For iiiniRnl e19fl8 of foreign inter. '! ; uimlowg in the rear and dressing off the granite to liiuliiings, be and tie same are h reby appropriatedf the annual: messuP of the Piesident to ff
of old feet defective urvry the fU > xirt nnd inaintfiuiioc: of said flti.iry -
impel nit > | [ pcne the aforesaid, out of in the
tliousind confirm tie! frs.nt. for purpose nny money
dollars make t<> UIK pitvnte rtairwiiyin
coutse lorty ; two tlniudund .iIit I.auJred and five Congress, report of their operations for the
[ *. in the lower peninsula of Michigan, eighty the building five thousand sc-vtii hundred Slut I treasury tint otherwise appropriated : Provided. That
For expenses of iuttmuirs* with the IUr.Lary ii-irth of the third correction parallel and i.st1 tr : dnll rn n<> money )hereby nj'projirmted' shnll bs u ed or np- preceding year, and of the manner in which
thirty ;
Puweis, nine th tis.ind t'.>lla' ; j t-nu and west of the meridian In-ing f F''r defrnyitij; the expenses of the Snprpmp,Circuit For cnhirgiir!; the celvrrls: and openings info the plied for tilt' purples nteiilioried.until a valid! title to all appropriations have been npplid, respectively -
,
For iii the Coiiaul rtyeubt nT>d District Curtj of the Unil'l MHt i. including the the land for the site of such building in each case
salary at London two t .atne, ,uero4 lYuri ylvania Avenue, to j prevent o trfluw ; and that all estimates of the Commissioner -
not exceed Di'rt! ,O-luiiiuin itiep.! for jurors and M'itnsses in
townshij.H, at a rate ngix ; shall bee6ted in the United States, and until the
ihous-itul dolUis of the avenue, four th<>U'and dollars ;
; of Public and Grounds shall
dollars itid of the fUiidiJ fi-nni fine*, p'-naltiej and torfoitiirrt Buildings
IKMmile, twenty thousand one hunUrtdamJ iti..lng the water fixtures at the State ghnll nl For si'ary of th* C inrnis-ioner to the *utyilollrs ; incut red in tli fiienI lye r ondiin the thirtieth President's Fur rcpa house ring or, including renewing the bath room, two thousand United'! State the right to tux or in any way assess hereafter be approved and submitted by the

Sandwich UUnJj, five tliodsand dollars ; i For the correctiiMi of and defee- of June. ine thiin-Tiitd t'L'ht hundred und fifty fiv*. and dollars : said site or the property of the United States that Secretary of the Interior, annual-! through ,
erroneo-is
For into-preterp, guards, and other expcntes I'ive'! lines of the puhihir'' and inIllinois previi'iis Vi-nrt. and likni fur Stntm dfrayint the eSpHi For Public Re ervntion Number Two, amid Lafayette may be thcreo during the time that the United the Treasury' Department, as other estimates
j private surveys bee of mil* i'i nliWi! : the United me ooiiwriu'd, rhall be remain the thereof.
of the Consulates at Constantinople I three thousand dollars ; State* or owner the houses of And
and Missouri Squarv. to two Gongrets. further
fori'ffttws runnnittcil the
at a rate not exceeding ao Hmyrni.i, Candia, and Alexandria, two thous- I MX .lollars ,H-r mil, three thousand five bundred Unittnl Statr and for the raCe keeping of pi isonerf, Coinmi For (*rrnding*i-ncr of Public byoulerof Bvildingsin Reservation num- appropriated out of! nnv money in the treasury not that all appropriations which are b reid

ind dollars) ; dollars ; seven hnntlr*Ilnr ; her seventeen, betwefcn third ureet east m,d New otherwise appropriated, a sum sufficient to i ny to made, or may hereafter made, for repairi*

For oCcc rent of the Consul at Has!?, in I For preparing the unfinished records rtf p.. ysiwiit totlie oty of Norfolk forn-nt of rooms lersey Avenue, f ur hundred eighty-four dollars aol the clerk and employee of the government, for the or improvements 6f the public buildings;
thirty Hall fir the Dictrict Court of the Unin.rlStatt.fIitlt
Switzerland hundred dollars and in eighty-nine rents; yenr eliding the thirtieth of June orte thousand eight grounds, and streets within the District of
')ne ; public private surveys to be transferred the Eaoti-ni District ofVirgiiiia, from the additional

Fur salary of a Comniissiocer to reside in to (the State authorities: under the provisions thirtieth of May one thousand eight hundied and fifty For compensation the boundnry of eommi'between.ioner pdd the surveyor Unitwl a hundred* they may and be fifty-five entitled such to receive, under Compensation the net of Columbia, and now under the charge of llieCommiaipner

China: nine thousand dolar! ; of the act of the twelfth if June, 0110 thou- to the thirtirth'of ninv one I hou4iiudt-ight hundred and StateS emyloycd 81K! upon Mexico, and their aisitanta.inehImdingofllce twentyecond April eighteen huii-lred mind fifty-four, of Public Buildings and Gronoti*
J For of the and Secretary fifty thre, nih liun.fi* l dollitrs ; entitled amend the third section of the shall be under the biLlie
salary Interpreter sand eight Imidred and forty, in thore tlis- and medical treatment of rent and incidental expenses, thirty-eight :thousand one "An act to expended direction

to saiJ tnieiion, two thousand five hundred tricts where the snn'cvs are about being insane For the vuppirt of th, cl"ihinjr- Dmtrict of Columbia nt nirhpluccn hundred dollars; act in:iking appropriation*, for the civil and diplomatic Secretary of the Interior ; and that all laws,
dollars! [IHUJXTH Li For paYment of the Anna! of Congr s for the expanses of government for than year ending thirtieth ol latvs inconsistent with this
; interior discretion
thousand the
fifteen dollars of or sec
completed, ; M the Secretary mny in } parts ,
Aousc Library of the House of Representative nnderreolutien of J'jne. eighteen hundred! and fifty four, and for other -
For EaUry of'a ConsulCcncralat Alexan deem ten thousand dollars ; tion shall be and the sanie are hereby
For remrvvys and examinations of the proper of raid House af September twenty-eighth. purposes. r.itd where additional comiensAtion( i Ill re
t\\\ offloftofthc
dria, five thousand dollars; survey of the public lands in those States For additional ISMiigCr nllowe to 1? port the Committee one tliousand eight hundred Rod fifty one hundred not otherwise provided for : J'fpaid rf, TKt all laborers pealed. 4

For compcM.Mtlon; % tu the Cf-nsuls at the where the offices of the surveyors-general House HPronnts(>f RopredentHtivef itt the beginning, of the by prefleut ewiim, se: of each volume from the twentythird to the fortieth in the einilt; ynni.t of the Executive departments Apprdvcd, August 4, 1854.

five ports in Cliinn, riz: I on included, in nil wjven.een hundred yolumo, at of the g. vfrument In the city of Washington, shall
Kw.nj; Chow. have been or hal! be closed under the nets one (>!IonAin'i dolLifs ; of four hundred sod
Amoy, I-nciow.! Mrg 1>0, and Shanghai,1 of the twelfth of June, one thousand eight To euuble the Secretary of the Interior to complete five 4ofta dollars per volume eight thousand five hundred dollar receive eu-'it n.i a-imial Provided; salary further That the Postmaster-eighty An Act declaring tha Southern Boundary of

five thounsand dollars ; I hundred and forty, and the twentrecond of the h pital (f nr the nift&iM of the District of Columbia For payment; of the Annals of Congr M fir one hurt General be allowed iu addition to hi* present number, New Mexico.
For the relief d stiLl of tha Iin'I J of tlie United iStat >H. as it
a protection of Amrrican'camen Jnaum', one thousand eight hundred and in army> co'irtnirtKMi navy: where the fiund.itin tired and folly three m-nibera of the thirly-serond three clerks of ekes two and two of class three ; Be it enacted bjthe Senate and Ion e Of

an :! scam-n, a-.d! sea-nen, b 'loim|,,,, fifty-three, Including two thousand dollars for I lit now ]luid iroci ilghtecil 9 thousand two hundred and Congress entitled to them md< r the resolution of the That the Attorney General be allowed in addition to Representatives of the United States of America
are nnmber clerk of class
to Amcrran vee ls in House of of July twenty-sixth one his preent one one two of
RepreiteuUtivi-s
foreign on"Icndredand
countii* the salary of the clerk detailed to this Kpeci.il iiiin- d"ll.n* ; tfioiis nid eight hundred and fifly-two. one hundred cia" tw-; ant one of alas! three; That the Secretary in Congress Assembled, That until otherwise -

twenh-five thousrfjjd! doRa s ; service MI the General Laud Office, five thousand T wmWe Secrotary of the Interioj to complete mind fnrty-thrpe sets of twenty-four volume* et-cli of Tr."wury be allowed in the Fin Anditoi's ofiie*, provided by Uw, the territory acquired
For c'eik liire, office rent, and other! the ext -riiil IIlrilC1fte1111 nece nry to carry intosticeftIl addition'ta thn number two clerks of
exnt dollars fr.rn the"sixteenth to the fortieth inebifti' in all three in preacat ca under the late treaty with Mexico, c m.
pPneu the office of ; operntiitul. according, to therce'imziaeiIts4w1 Auditor' ofQct iu addition the)
the Consul in the Sixth t'
of the UoJ.at thousand four hundred and thirtf-two volumes at Ovef one ; known the
the of the as Gadadon be atd
Fcir'nnt5noing the IntcrK
keys
on of the St-rrrtaryof tightbow treaty
nrvey ,
cf iaJ
t4 number cKik cla-
one,
ta London two thousand volume rcatctn tbi-w.u-i imo baadrcd rtckcut scviu one
cL1I&t 4T ,
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eight tbo Fl ida coait,, txreat 'thowand! dollar! tid lIi ii i* buo Jud dJien! ;



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4 tilt' t.un" iiliorcby inhorpnritf l with! tho torlitorj1 ] n* to allow their votes to b controlled by The American Diplomatic Conference.Our I I !bat.um)U BolakUva Tb fmttcries DOlt the xfrro opening rddYIIn the &tb.1 ,and on prove a total lose. M. 99 Rhode Mardrr. o..rttltl.n Ja.frttl FlrI'II.|

t of "New Mexico( ," subject to alt the \ the spoils! t Did they place themselves in private advices, says the New Y.rk IJtraJd 1 the jib aLe fire opened from the laud .u4 feun. tbosea. A terlnoa oollieioo has taken: place! on tW Michigan CtmrVsfcMi 13- frreignm slid Northern men 1@ttI .
: I A Kit 8 milled of the number
Jaw; of "M last named territory. enable us to state with certainly the result ,of.the Central RaDload between two fu et or train, in of slavrs i inn- "f'It
: f.ile position before the country, and have beeu seriou ly injured. and onwhns* aeeonnt. The following i. the
\ip'ovcd, .August, 165-1. bl OBnuterial and ambassadorial conference 'recently heldat Tb bombardment coDtinned tiUnigbt.tfc- Rn- vakb-maoy paslfrgtr smrn
| : T r ti'igu. account 21.027 in
fi appears sin losing 600 iu killed and trou. Admiral. Elefltiom Retnnif.NewYow.. $ry fo lS,04oUl M.076. Of the; number Am"hnpnt1 C'IIn tl.-

from the Government," nI the whig to determine upon a )K* '**f poy V"wWA. sat difficulties rileff The was fiirlificationi amonjj Ijie suffered killed. bat little damage. Nor. 12. BI America Ttscls ChariVotoirbas credit fcr 7 -;

J 4j! cfInnhmn! tcp |oitntal. organ charges ? Let \\iejacts\ in the case answer. with Spnin wnld be' adjusted, apd that Government .. Ou the morning of the 18th the bombardment wu Myron H. CTark. it u ahfcOFt certain baa been elected of for wb impett ieh 5l'Ze.rs atib on account oo account of South of fon igner, : le.-**
Carolina;
induced to tmt reparation Cor ast,0ut0igee resumed from the allied batteriee only. Governor of this State. It is impewiWe. bowtver I tra&
- ', .. .... i this cause did exert any influencein { t.00, sad *2!os> IIeCOU1It of other AlI'J4oricaJa '
at --- I until the official
-- I and indignities upou our eftizeus aod cooMucree, as The Russian dc irtcies say tbe garrisons make freqoent to say definitely who b elected COf these Rhode Island imported 7.IG8. pl
i. TALLAHASSEE : turning the popular voice *o largely in favor .* i l sortive. return are made public Wh g State va.-ers lu.ve Qd
well u security for the future. 8. al ft / ; I, hOII..eholdi. '10-".,.1.4n"

'J 4 _. .' of the democrat*, of course it tolJ with The conference necessarily brought tffc!< ftKnsion ; *'-. ateftnen When the Lad man arrived left Conetanlinople front Bahiklava the with 1Mb tb., fire rWDfimJed .; beeu cbotlt..u.Destructive other Southern porta fc brief the lportatioa.all

4tV Saturday, SoTcinlcr IoN, 1854.L. the greatest tftc in those sections of the .the peculiar position in which the Government of in repelhujj a sortie from the Russian forts. i Fire em Northern account and,foreign-total account 39,075.were The 8S.&J SouUknj* ; rt&ot'rf

; Li ._--_. .. -.-- -_ ._ -:_--. State where there is the greatest Amount of the United States i is placed by the refusal t of Spain to Lord Raa nn and Marnnal. Coun>bet bad formally If' tw YomK, WOT. 1Z. of the stave trade, in this Southern po-t-ft,ZJef
& 1' ,1 v aflord suitable satisfaction for the Black"Warrior oniiRoocd Sebastopol to surrender and required that A fire occurred at Kingston. duada, on the might the slave region-when the trade was !?
otie.t Federal In the counties of Es. any be open u,
patronage. Uw women and children Ifchp. sick, should! sent St. Paul's Church .
of web
the 10th inst dCTtmyed
whole world therefore lese
The rua-lc with Jtf.i' n.UAI. aud other outrages; or, indeed, to continue negotiations ) that flags nhould be hoisted the hospitals. was than 10 per enit.
Ytf : arrangement cambia, Franklin, HUU'lK>rough, Monroe and away, BOX upon} and a number of stores and dwelling Many fitmv the aggregate irnportatio. We know that "
'i'J3 makes it nucewary that the old biiMnvMi of tlic office upon the subject. Matters have arrived at that lice have been rendered houseless. Then\II.

.N l>. cWed up to the M of October. We )Imvc large 1St Juhns, for instance, upon the hypothesis crisis where nothing i is l kit far the United States but S, fur a. tnown, the Rn!!,rnn army is concentratingon far trade as woe Southern prohibited ports by were law concerned it ceased and altogetltot the
the Dclbcck, and already numbers there 45, BIU*
l 'b. niooQuts due u., tile herd eartiinp* t>f wars, and wen I of the Sentinel, there should have been largely either to abandon the whole question or to continue it 000 men.upper Ship Wreck- traffic by Americans, whenever found has been tncni

t that ilioic vl. bill increased democratic in which will afford for further is divided into and NEW YORK, If or. 13. to Northern ports and Northern men. The
f >o t earnwtly hope to TIc ship New Era, from Bremeu, for New York, is even tm.JU' C'M' shoring in the
t will respond promptly. Account will Ie mule out But such is not the case. On the shufflinj. Such being the opinion .dt Messrs. Buch.:. observation. The latter is posted in the extensive with unlawful trade
375 has been
contrary, table land which Ralaklava from Sebustaiol passenger cast on the Jersey ebore.The or offering a market for Hs eargoee. Of tbe "dt:
,j\. ';; fcr full year*, and ,ben the money it received the In some counties where there is most I government sEan Mason and Soule, we arf not surprised to learn accessible only from separates two points. captain and 20 passengers havo beeu eav Nj. Many fable traffic law fel or unlawful the kirts oT tlie

t\''l proper entries will be made in the UxAi of the DtW I that they agreed to recommend that Die Government The RitssinTis were hovering on tbe outside of the have I been drowned. The rest are ou shipboard, South are eveu more free tbm ice of her rcTilen-! *

1, ; concern. Bill will be rent through the paper, and patronage( there was a considerable of the United States should declare, iu effect, that allies' position, and on the 17th they made a MrnnijdemoD which 13 fast going to pieces.Mallachuetts sod if the history of tbe pest is to be any guide to cup

.. .. the money. nut.* be forwarded at our rik.CHARLES fulling off in the democratic vote, and a our safety demanded and our interests required we &!ratr.n on the rth-weM extremity of the :. Election. judgment of the future, we nwy say with eoBfioVi*.
but iu chock. retired tint the re-opening of the trade, if H were
were kept Finally they
.3 ir ri R DYKE. proportionate increase of the whigs. In should purcbaee or take Cuba at once. camps without a battle. Iio?Tt>.v, NOT. 13. would bring rush rf HortWm capital into tbe po-niU tradt'

(. J ..- -- Franklin county, in which Apalachicola is It is understood that Mr. McRao, our Consul at On Vie 2d, 6th and llth of October, the garrison of The' : Gardner vote for,Governor Know Nothing in Boston 4500 was Wilson!Wnshburn18uO Free- tJlru..ting out of the way ay Sou'I'hem men .tlonligb\

} 1 OCT Our thanke are due to Mr. Wakefidd, located Paris, who arrived hers in the Arabia, was the bearer Scbastopo made sorties, and destroyed some smallworks. ; venture to embark in it. And ettinltlnre o'tLi. 1ft
. ,; Maxwell's majority is 66 less than in1S2 soil, 150 ; Bishop. Democrat t. .V 0, The Know Nothings that
may all. n"twftbitanding the boldness
. of tbe despatches conveying this recommendation have the State. Gardner ha been electedGovernor of ,p, .
Purser of the Steamer for late files : swept
Pampero nl-itfon with which
the
'ri whilst the whig Congressional candidate and the President On the evening of the 5th a conroy of transports, .' advantages re-openirw tilt
of the American Minister, urging upuri and tbe Legislature and Congressional delegation -
:1 uf New Orleans with 4,000 KuxTuuis, succeeded in entering Sebasto- .1' trade are urged in one or two quarters of the
4 i papers.- gains 31; and in Monroe, a similar result immediately to make.the avowal, and take steps JM!. .! are Know Nothing and FreesoiL we nevertheless beberfr thai Acre are really a/Smith.many '

is slio\n. The democrats there lost 18, : to tarry it into effect. The matter,in now being deliberated The allies numbered 110,000 men at Sebn&topnl, : Exciting Hews from France. at the North as at the South who \rouM? U glad| t
Northern I
Elections-
JJ and the whigs gained the same number of]I upon by the. Cabinet at Washington, am)the aod 8,000 French additional troops were ready tn eml : WASHIXKTON, Nov.H. s" the slave trade a?!in l legsJizedL Still we do not

::.; The latest 8p'atch,8Ie\\.e no doubt of the j country will look with deep interest to tbe resultMessrs. l lark from Marseilles on the 21st, and 8,000 Turks The intelligence of tbe expulsion of Mr. Soule! from believe the class fs large in efther qnarter,orsoj when.

'!' ;::4 election of Myron H. Claik: the Whig and 1 votes. The dl'mocrat in St. Johns polled no Buchanan, Muson and Soule have also expressed from Varna. France, has caused great excitement at Washington.Mr. .
i\ilri larger majoiity than i is Usual, and the only Letters state that tie allies have SOO puns in their Mason, the American minister at Paris having demanded THE: NEXT SKXATK.-Tbe Journal of e'I
Fusion candidate for (o'rernorofev York, their conviction that France and Kuglaod are batteries and after a few days tiring, an effort will l he I, an explanation from the French Government says of the United State Senate ol tbe 34th Congress
two counties where there i is any the sale of Cuba to the United States made to storm the garrison, which is estimated at 40-, I
;I'f! by a small mnjoiity. There i is a Seward majority rt'spcl1Jlc favorable to was tr ated with indignity. It i i" believed that the :
I amount of from the taken place iu the 000 men. : affuir will cause a serious between the two
patronage government" miuked change having recently rupture
i in tho Legislature, and 27 or tiS out of I a Admiral Macliinoff who commanded at Sinope, is countries. Letters received here fiorn Soule state Legislatures strongly Democratic, npoB which respectively
members in which the demociAts have made any coni policy of those countries in this respect. The tone of the commandant at lIe has the choice of the United States SenatiT
also Sew Svhastopi published an
& :\ the 32 Congressional! are that he has never by word or deed interfered with
,, i i idernble gains in the Congressional vote, are the English and Ficuch press would lead to a BUPPOliition I address sa\ing that he will defend it to the last, and the affairs of France. will ilevolve, have been elected in Alabama. Arkansas

; anJ. that this was the case ; but this i is rendered that any one is welcome to shoot burn if he dotit. C'.ilifornia Flori-im Louisiana North Carolina

_J New Jersey elects 3 AVhlga anJ 1 Democrat t i Kscatnbia and Duval ; and this cannot be more important by the official character of the infor I I Advices from Constantinople to the 13th say that Later from California. (two) and South Carolina. It i is safo to put down
the RiiMians had retaken the ; eight Nebraska Senators from these States and one
j properly attributed to the influence of the UpaUirui, English garrison NEW YoBK.NoT.14.
r to Congress, and a Whig Legi lature.Ji' I I v nwtiun now in possession of our government i I of 600 men retiring itb the lows of one gun-this The steamer Northern Light baa arrived from Cal- from Missouri whoso Leguhitnre;althcmgb politically

: Illinois and Michigan have also been car. pois. 11l gins were made pr ncpn1J Mr. Buchanan: is a Statesman of experience and reflection i howeicr is ltnii-tl by the Kngliah &p'rs. fornia. with 1360.000 in specie. Walter, the ex-pns uncertain, is in favor of tbe K braska law by a large
I in inland counties where there existed and bis recommendation will The Allies have'scnt a force, uodVr Gt'n.Buqnttan.J majority. liere, then are nine Nebraska senators in
. tk-Cls comparatively necessarily carry ident of Lower California, has been acquitted of the
it: lied by the Fusionists. Wisconsin 1 1 Achmet I. prospect, which may safely be added to the thirty-oua
Pacha to to the advanceof
i he I'erckop, pretcut charge of the law..
wilh it It is difficult violating neutrality
V from the great weight to imagine
no patronage go.enunent tbe Russians. already elected,making an aggregate of forty in favor
fi, ( Democrat and one Whig to Congress. I Tbe Meiggs frauds are increasing. Other fraud
In Columbia the democratic shows would suggest the adoption of such II deckled courRe, AUSTRIA. of said law. Even eoueedtog to the anti-X brakaitre
vote an have been
discovered. The late Clerk and
The result i in these Sllltes-excl'l't in Illinois convinced this is Mayor's all? the cbnaeee for the Senators to be elected in Illinois
were he not not only tint the proper Affaire look stoirny between Russia JIM Austria. A the Treasurer have been arrested for
f JJ : -is no more than \vo expected. '1 he increase of2i7 since 1852 ; Madison, 183 ; time to sUike ft decisive blow, but that it is useless to greut council of war has been held at Viena, at which books City, public moneys and city warrants to retaining a largeamount. Indiana, Iowa New York New Hampshire (two)
0: ] Jefferson 106 Loon !.I and various other the Kinperor [itlt' It is connection with and Wiscneetii, which they are by DO meant etrfi-
; ; pre reported Their examination .
union of imr, uitli defections in their own f! expect Spain to d, us justice unless compelled to it. this fact that Austria Las summoned Russia to withdraw was prOb..eTwo a. tIed to, still they would have hot twenty-two Senators -

ranks, was too much for the democracy, and counties where there is quite as kmnll an Time fortified it is not improbable that Mr. I'ierce from the frontier of Gallacia. Hundred and Lives Lost. aH told or only abcxrt one-third of the whole

amount of"patronage from the Government" may act upotv the ad( t ice now gi veil. Whatever course The bole Austrian army has been put on the war Fifty number the Senate, when full, comprising sixty two
has been their
the consequence temporary overthrow. NEW YORK, Nov. 14th. members.
I is determined the action mu-t be The footing! and on the 26th the garrison at Viena has orders
defeat how. I as in these, show a similar democratic in. upon prompt. The latest intelligence from the New Era, states
In their
So be it. to 1 III ready to march at 48 hours' notice. Russia I
t Curtes meets Madrid next month. ilie ultimatumof that fchc j rapidly going down. Tbe loss of life amounts fySir Edmund Head the new Governor
Thus is !IWar4aw. Central
that tho
; % little consolation.Tho .- crease. i seen }position( ( of meantime menaces Austria, and the Czar has gone to
q :VCr, we deduce some I the United States should be made kuewu during to 250. The other pnWngers are saved of Canada, arrived at Quebec oo the 9th.
tho Sentinel i U totally untenable, and will not I SSlOw.-There was snow four inches deep last :
... crushing out" of the true men of the the se.'siun. '" } Large Ruseinn forces are concentrating on the Austrian nightin

. ik, ; North, leaves to the South wo excuse against I bear the test of criticism, Should the administration dxtermine fotaltcfirm I frontier and there is but little doubt entertained western New York. CO- raageneit of the Llrcr
at Viena that ere long there will be actual hotliljties ,
cordial union own people. Shall 1 Again-if" patronage from the aud progressive ground in this matter, it ill supposed From the N.O.
among our go\enlnt between the two pow ". Picayune. Is one of the most common, M well M the most fi
II0::) \ve have it I i i was .the "lc\cr" which prized Florida into I the home pqnadron will be snt to Havana: Matanxasj ENGLAND.TK Who where the Slave Traders- diseases, know to AmrrJrrm physicians.

Ijj the democratic ranks, how docs the I j and other ports of Cuba-thus lending a moral influence ? British Fleet will leave the Riltic about the Some of the Northern journals are, just now, very It bat for years attracted the closest attention of the
Sentine I end of November, returning in equudruus to Portsmouth medical faculty in all part of tL. Fot'ed States, and
1 j to the arguments ured in faViT of it* Requisition.This much exercised in mind on the subject of the apprehended .
: Tho Election 1 account for the fact that nearly all the counties Sheerucss, Plymouth and: Cork. revival oftbe African slave trade. This traffic yet Dp to tbe time of the dbeoverr of Dr. M'Lau.'.
likelihood be the first indication
The bombastic boasting of the Sentinel where the distributes its favors will iu all givenof Another Polar expedition will be sent in the Spring teems to strike them as a peculiar Southern vice, and great Specific, it wa& aknoM beyond tbe reach of Med
- government the Presidents intention of act l'g uj-oti the sugges t Is bring home the remains of Sir Juhu Franklin's par- the detestation with) which it ill beheld is art- ical kill Thousands had perished without even a
BV just previous to the election, has armed the !Ir went for the democrats IJ)larger majorities lions of Mr. Buchanan aud his confreres. tv-Dr.. ItAC will have the command. fully popular thrown in as an additional ingredient to inflame hope of relief and although thousands may yet lade

overwhelming defeat sustained by the Whigs 1 two years ago than now ? Then the FRANCK the passions of those whom demagogues desire to tmol to relll l tb* direful effect of thU most complicated
From l\e vtti"tl The whole camp of the South will embark for the band for selfish into Northern disease it is now, thanks to the research of
*' with double feting for the editor of that sheet. i in the hands of ad. together objects a sectional Dr.M'Lane within
was whig moat the
. a government a Eastern war, as ennpletely brougfet soopa
Even the late
: MR. EDITOR-Dear Sir:-I regret elceed.I required.SPAIN. party. case of the Grey Eagle,
Not has his been totally routed ) ministration the who had the which the United States f EicdJcal controL The proprietors of the Liver Pill
only party was whigs learn that have tarn in a ship leaving procured a
placed a
ingly to feel confident that offer
you which
Mr. Soulc's return to Madrid caused quite an ex they a remedy has
of slaves the coast of Africa and them
horse, foot and tlrigoonswMeh, in all con-1, distribution of spoils, and if it is that which I false position, in reference to the Rf" .. E. G. citement and a clamor wax made to induce the Spanish cargo into Cuba U cited on as an alarming proof of run the progress been fully te ted by time, and which bos never failedof

1 t4V EcicncCj is bad enough, but worse tlill, the determines the political complexion of the ASAT, by the publication of tho Financial i Government to solicit Isis recall. '. of a southern combination to obtain a repeal of suecese when fairly tried.
Queen Isabel baa abandoned the idea of abdica For sale at all the Drug Stores in Tallahassee, and
Exhibit of the Trustees of Fletcher Iii'titute the laws the traffic
to
prohibiting
I preparatory: a -
which the Sentinel general
spirit) of prophecy by was State, how did it that we were not ting. at one Agency in every Town in the South.
of Southern vessels trade.
b:1'lt'l in of the 10th ult. It was certainly nibbing into the It in
towards the close of the canvass has then thrown into ? But your paper AUSTRIA. deduction November 11, 18M. 4) 2w
inspired whig columns in- a singular that tbe illegal act of a Northern '
I the of the Trustees to place
design
,, *. been proved to be a III lying sj/irit," and the 1: stead of this being the case, We find that almost never one else in a false position in reference youor Austria has concluded, an imimwe financial operation vcw .with a Northern captain and a Northern ctew.1
I any ,In."Mch he has transferred to a company of should create an alarm in the Nrtb that the .' i iI
: (.ditor:1s a consequence, a "false proph
:4 Notwithstanding: all the noise and conl'usiou" .V strongly democratic than now. The Trustees in thrir exhibit, simply staled 1 the Government in Hungary end Bohemia. TIle I to make this lawful One of these extremely PORT OF ST. MARKS.
r tCi 20oOuOiOO) ,(,( ) francs aud the Government sensitive takes! the iothf-t
'I thin fact in connexion with the Finnncesoflhe company pays journals up Grey Eagle case .
,
about captured democrats and triumpltaut I The apparent disparity) between the result guarantees 6 per cent. spirit, and asks the question pointedly as the result, ARRIVED.Nov. .
Institution that Mr. Asay had received ,
. money t .nn reflection 10.-Sebr. Mary Elba Jo Bearl
natural the Sooth
of affair what tbe Thompson.
Gov. Brown a upon
whigs-notwithstanding! for and the for members lHl A.
I : ; Congress vote I to purchase an apparatus, that lie !had failed to The arrival of the overlaid emil had been telegraphed thinks of the revival of the trade which this seems to : .t Detiliam from New Orleans, whbasjoriedmdze.tosundries.

.' :L? was going to cross the Suwannec with 300 of the Legislature, is very cv<-il: y accounted do so, or return the money. This was done, I to London. prognosticate ? There is a volume of force in the .

majority, and the \pnlachicola with 350, und for. recollected that in several because the public knew that Mr. Asay hadreceived Canton up to the ?th of September was still besieged question which GOT.Cobb, of Georgia asked in reply .1 10.-Ship Harriet Hoxie ilAmwnrJng 12 days fr6m
-' j I"iho of'l for that and the pub. arid the distress of tliose in the city was great. whether Northern men evesmtended to relinquisb New York, with 800 sack salt, and 200 empty hbU.o .
:; V was morally certain of being sent to Con. the counties which have sent whigs to : money purpose There tea for the traffic I Since the African slave trade has Wen 0 Beard & DerJiam.
> was no ready shipment.
gress by a perfect amusement, the figures, I General I ) there were two democratsrunning lic who gave that money, had the right to expeel The Insurgents vet bold Shanghai.The prohibited by our laws the illegal traffic has been I 11.-U. S. mail steamer Fampeftr Cbzzena t.'*
I Assembly) I I at the hands of the Trustee.*, a showing American clipper ship Count bad arrived at conducted almost exclusively by Northern men, on I, Beard & Deoham from New Orleans, with assorted

: fctubboru things as they are, show the "old I and only one whig, and the very natural in reference to the money. \Ve made the 1 Hong Kung from Ixverpool in 84 Jars. Northern capital, for Northern profit In the numerous I rndze. to sundries.

nt" behind as to TIIELATE.ST. accounts published from time to time, of crneceev I.-Barque Frances Seonr,Payne, to Beard A Pea-
man of doqu< to woefully consequence was the success of the lat- I I statement in strict accordance with: the facts,
fut and unsuccessful slavers of American origin of ham, frem Jsew York. in ballaCLEARED..
V leave some doubt whether the people knew I ter. That Florida is strongly democratic, no i as the case now stands without charging Mr. TBEBIZOXP, Oct. 9.-100 Abawia chiefs have refused those who have been captured with the proof of their .
1 I and Pacha i iconsequently i.
else with How theI to rt'CdS'Larnyl'I' envoy Hagif
lie out." This unexpected result, our She has shown her Aay or any one wrong. crimes on board or who are known to have run their
was NOT. .-
thinking nan can deny. cut: of from all cuuitnuuicdtiou with tile 1 }Montrose Winslow l>r Tew York,
for.- j I I case may result! in a final settlement, we cannot coast of AVnusia.PARIS cargoes successfully into a foreign market how many i to llrodie t Fettle with MO balee cuttod ti> sundritP.
total Joss
neighbor i is at a to account hand and to ]
plainly our people are no longer
I I say ; but we have the beast reasons to beI Friday n'ght.Tl,ere w DO confirmation of 'have been owned or officered by citizens of the slaveholding 88 bbls. spirit torpcatioe 180 b rosin to Brodi.

lit i is unable to understand' ( why it is that the be ciijuh-d into the) IJll thai a party, one of:I I ieve that we shall not be able to receive in the reported! entry of the Russians into the Dobrud- States How many out of New England d Pettis.

.!: ry: 1 god of whiggery, when so eloquently and BOrarnestly whose wings i is rotten to the 1 core, is more reliable -,,! return! the amount placed in the hands ol Mr. scha. It i' therefore doubted.Sir One mate.in ten, or one ia twenty would be a large esti The steamer Pampero left oo the evening of the

:. : : !I..har. I John Kurgovnv, on the 14th} fiexd sites for batteries 11th for Tampa Bay, with U.S.IurH and uxlze.
r; importuned by his high priests, In and trustworthy than one which num-1 I which will destroy the Russian shipping iu the Amidst the unjust denunciations of the slateholdfng -
VESSELS IN PORT.
I Ii. !t j Why' the Florida Royal Arch Chapter, No. States with which the hostile press has teemed
: Florida failed to regard: their and bers Its adherents\ vast majority of port of Sepastopol.A
prayers a
t among ;11 1, should have acted in tho premises, and represented Russian steamer has been the for many years, there never haj been. that we knowof Ship Harriet Htdie )faln .luiDr.
t.... ;' tend down the much wished fur fire to ron.if' the conservative men of all sections of the U. :j in character fleet. war ruptured by the charge of illicit importation of slaves from Af Hark Asa Fish Wolfe.
myself private as
I my ,
4 rica. With so extended a scacoast. indented with Hark France Secor. Payne.
< : tunic the democratic ofi ring they liad prepared 111071. The Usuc during the last canvass was reflecting upon the character of Mr. Asajr, I DEFEAT OF Tllfi RUSSIANS IN' ARMENIA.The harbor and inlets, which it would be impossible! to Schr. Jljry Ellen Thom'pson.

':. i:. .' for him. Hence we find the editor of di enunciated-affiliation or non-affil cannot conceive. My! name was attached to M'mitetir, of this morning, contains an account guard, Inhabited exclusively by a IItavtbotdin popu.latioti -
'J 4 .. tilctl. the Exhibit" in ,lor a victory gainod over the Russians near Onmri, in where every man's Interest would be in favorof
the Sentinel in his i issue of the 7lh engaged Northern the question;,, officially, as an MARRIED.
whlggery on
one
: the
itiol of which the latter l lost their baggage and 30 guns.- purchasing cheap labor which might. if they
officer the Board of Trustees.
.t .." in sapient speculations as to the whys and.Jjufjv hand, all approval or disapproval of the The Russian General wa killed. The Turks began would countenance it, be introduced without difficulty Harried in Tallahassee, Florida on Wednesday
,. wherefores of the of the I It is to me passing strange, hit tbe prirate the battle by be iegiiig the citidel of Guam. when in any abundance, and with Northern ships and shipmasters night the 15th inst at the residence of Mr. S. R-

success democracy 1 I IIP course pursued by President Pierce'a adminiitralion name of any indi\"idlJalehouid be- made the oh. the Rumian corps, which formerly defeated the Turb willing to furnish the abundant supply, how Cooley by tb lRev. Mr.Blake ). GEORGE WALTON

J-" Jo October. lIe says- 1 and the democratic party on the other joct of public den'urC| because attached officially at B-ijazid advanced to tbo rescue from Erivan. but. is it that Ihft slavers fitted out in Cobnectlcut. Rhode KNIGHT, to Muse SAKAI1 ELIZABETH
t *
p.1- "It ia the 1074 votes In favor I! to the pilhlicacts} t of a were repoWd. and shut in Cue of the defiles suffering land. tor Massachusetts take their cargoes to Cuba
body.
; _. trtic majority hud was this issue and this alone corporate HENLEY Columbus, Geo.
:. ". i upon considerable l loss. br Brazil, and! are never beard of along the coast of
! : of Mr. Maxwell, the democratic! candidate! 1 ask a place In your columiis) lot this ex inaertion received abo>
I that the question was decided at the ballot the Carolinas Georgia or on the slave holding shoresof With the foregoing for we jo-
_
'i,. #:- over his whig competitor, ;is a very large ma- planation. The floridian <& Journal publithrd Hew Orleans Market-Anti-liaibe Law the Gulf; j how i is it that tbe most unsparing calumniator tiful supply of the good thiugs, thereby proviaj Illit

p-X': jority and may have the appearance abroad i 1 box.. the action of the F. II. A. 'Chanter. No. I. Trinmnh. has never found the excuse for adding. South- the.. not. .. ... ail. .tDllf,-
is lorgotten. .lay
dl'mocratac1ctor Hut when all but I cannot hope for this explanation to find a I -----cfW V era connivance at the stave trade to tho other enormities printer always
;t.'" 4t uf a great }; Ozr We learn from W says the Jf ORLKIN q. Nov. 10. fund anticipations be fully realized, and their future
tshnglll laid
which to our charge I The silence of
\J''i'. the elements which entered into the election place in that paper, in as much as it refusedto The Cotton market has been weaker uudet theAmerica's are
\ Charleston Courier of tho 10th, that Mr. Perly.bf our enemies i is a proud evidence that on that bead the one of unalloyed happiness.On
L'&. :- .ire duly considered, it docs not appear qult publish the Financial Exhibit" which nIvivs.1eterdas South is not only innocent, but bevond the reach of
I New Brunswick returned! to that elections resulted a of 5000 tho 1th i irt ReV" J. n. Jefroot Mr. D
city majority by
rise to these things.
>%; v J; BO evident that" Little Florida" u to largelyJX gave 'I. suspicion, and affords ab honorable contrast in its
; $/"* democratic after all. When we contemplate j on Saturday, from Quebec, dn business connected -t For yourself personally, and your paper, the id favor of grautio'j liquor litcnccs and of the sale of spect fur the law to the asailtas st section which ( n.l RICHARDSON to Mm EMILY R. OLIVER : ill

k2;v"?. -* the great number of office holders ti cw:1it'1\ with the Reciprocity Treaty, and that Trustees have the highest respect, and wouldnot ;, liquor. ii-hes the chief detestable.perpetrators of the crime which it of Wakulla County Florida.Ou .
Tbe fitted out in the
" *: and in Florida in the of intentionally involve you ot it, in un. California and Mexican News. nounoea as dipper November the 2nd by tIle Rer. S. Woodbury,
***.>"i ITS dependents pay lie had interview;! with the )President, Secretaries any I anti-ilarery North to load with slaves in Africa is repelled ,
(Vi' .J' Administration: the result Is not so sur- and I pleasant circumstances. NEW OBIEINS. Nov. 1 t. from the near and accessible port of the Southern Mr. JOHN. COOKSEY, to Miss S.\TI.I..A R-
and Mr.
HfJ::"*-;\ prising. Florida has far more patronage fromi I Marcy Gushing, Cramp- Yours Respcdfullv, : The Empire: City has arrived with California mails Stated of its own country, and finds its illicit market LANG. Op! the same evening, Mr. JAMES M.KILPATRfcK .

'.*;J;i r." the Government than Georgia, and In xlew V ton the English Minister. Canada and New I). I'. SMITH.Thonusville anl1' 2.:0 passengers. She brings Havana dates to the I among foreigners, and in another atmosphere. to Miss PRISCILLA UNO.

;'?*iVl.* of the ppareness of her population and her I I Brunswick, having affirmed the treaty by legiblulive Ga., Nov. 9, '54. gtlL Nothing Oreraba of has importance.The arrived. from Vera Cruz 'With The in tlie violators abused of South.It the.law have found no countenance daughters of Mr. Richard Lang. all of Jcffcrwa

$1?'-.-' mnnll vote it becomes a very powi-iful lever enactments, and provided for its goingInto date" from the city of Mexico up to Ihe 4th ins!. She I i is, moreover historically true that while:. tile slave County Vlorida. .

''l J..;kH in the hands of the Administration.. immediate operation, this government The Floritlian <$' Journal did hoi publish reports that the American bark Avalanch foundered I traffic was legal,the slaveholding South did not participate On November the 8th,by the RCT. S. U'oodbory,

*.t Jj;** It i8 really wonderful how some l persons'S'tj"I has promptly) consented to admit the produceof the Financial Exhibit" referred to, for the seventy crow laved fire miles froni V ra Crua. Captain and claveholding: ia it even North.to In the fact same,one degree at l least with of the the Southern non- Mr.JOEL B. COLLINS, to M5.1 EMMA M.OAK-

'. Can change their uews to suit any set of cir- those provinces into the United States on reason that we could not consent to make our At the battle at Campo de Oiuro the revolutionistsost States prohibited the African slave trade before WOOD,all of Monticello, Florida.

". 200 men. Santa Anna's health in restored. Al- the Federal Congraa legislated od the subject at all
lf\t'\\ cumBtantes. I,Ie readers of the 1 Scniinelwill columns the medium of gross and un allt-d.for
established with
the terms recently respect to nionte goes as Minister to Vienna. He will be repLied We are indebted to the letter of GOT. Cobb. above Tribute of EespeotWBUKA9

1-1*t.?:.?' no doubt be a little surniiseil to seethe Colonial fish, and another treasury circular j isfn attack upon the character of Mr. A*.\T, \vhiOni by Arrangorei now Consul at S ew York. referred to. for the know'edge of the fact that the the Groat Architect- V of tbaUniverse

W* }.,* knew have linnatitnt.ion. _;._ ; of__ Geonna___..._ in_ 1798_ DTobibited. the Importation -. It has pleased
,$ tuning so complete a somer- to
we proposed by arbitration n -
organ 1i icwitixl flpfnnliiitrlv. .! 'Plif ilnnr' if a. n. -
A ._ tirr ,> in his of an all wise providence
r -- -" -' t.T u I.- -- V "' 1 THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. of slaves into Georgia while the prohibitory dispensation
f. eel fcince the 3d of October, when it Prince Edwards Island! would he included in settlement of the difficulties between him and legislation of Congress wu not bad until 1807, to to remove from the labours of Earth our

) tf.. was piping to quite a different tuns: from this circular, but no official information of thelegislative the Trustees ; but had the Rev. ll P. SMITH ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. take During effect thai in 1808.period some Southern porta were open Brother and Friend Za k riab Jirkins. His Hit!-

' this. Then the Government confined hid Exhibit" existence baa terminated, his immortal coe ecm-
...: t patronage proceedings in that Colony has yet to what was legitimate, NEW YORK frov. 10. to the importation ot slaves and it happens that we ly Ae

h :I ". in the State was relied on to exert a power the Floridian would have published it. The Atlantic, with Liverpool dates the 1st inst have a document which shows who it Was that principally menced. He left the ODe and entered upon
!. reached Washington. The provinces are the trade under! permission, And wbil.
.t ., carried on legal with of immortal glory.
arrived. other belies
has demand
She in
.. the democrats and -_ reports cotton as moderate -
influence
against contribute
l: ::: much indebted td Mr. Perly for his energeticand without noticeable change in material feature and got rich by the, profit*. There u an anecdote honour his and mingle our tears ewbis
? ARRIVAL OF TUB AMERICA. any with of the document which is we memory
rfi : little to their di-f.-at. Read the connected the history
no it
. successful exertions in their behalf. He of the market Sales for the three days closing 'eniewhat suggestive, and is therefore worth giving. bier, let oa also remember that the message
the Sentinel of that with the sailing of the steam 20,000baIea of which
from ,
; .3 following eitract S % &"*'
! left Washington on Monday evening, and, it VEN DAYS LATER ADVICES. speculators toek 2000 and exporters $000, leaving the During the violeut controversy in Congress on the to us,. "Be ye also ready" to enter that d
date- balance to the trade. 2s. Missouri questiocyn 1819-20 the Legislature of Rhode from whence no traveller returns. A a tokeS
Flour
PrI1 is said Nova has declined nearly
proceeds to Scotia which
-The
NEW
i pro. You Royal Mail steamer America Island was very bitter in its denunciations of slavery
t bbl, com 2. and wheat 6d. Console closed at Brother held
Without doutt Maxwell! has lost per respect in which oar wa
'JI' ground vince has not yet taken any action on the arrived at Halifax yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, 34} to 04}. Pork and Beef continue unchanged. and adopted a aeries of resolutions hostile to the admission who d*
f? in the West. Tho of his kins Missouri with The Krtolved That in the death of our Brotlwr
with dates to of slavery. same
appointment negro
.1 treaty, and is therefore excluded from the advantages Liverpool Saturday, the 20th nIt, beingone Lard is worth S3 to 54. IS M-thll
r i: :: folks to all thc good offices, to the exclusion week Later than previous advices. I Official despatches from tbe Crimea are to the 20th. year they elected as United States Senator Mr.James parted this life on the 4th of November .

l c of honest, hard working democrats, has great of the present arrangement It is i reported The America sailed from Liverpool at 3 o'clock, A, The siege of Sebastopol at that date was reposed as DC Wolf, who had accumulated an immense estate by Lodge laments the loss of a kind and very Kcepta
M, on the 28th ult The steamer Atlantic arrived off introducing African slaves iuto the Southern States. .
't.,.: ly veaJfcncdhis strength.1 ." at Washington that Sir Edmund Head progressing favorably (or the allies. Not mu fi damage member.
Holyhead at noon on the 25th, but oouiduot enter the had been done the fortifications. Later .private The fact was officially obtained and publicly stated in lament LbS
). f, The reasoning here employedvo) mustacknowledge was on T&'sday last to have left Boston for Mersey until1'huradaymomiog. advices any that the two outer forts of the harbor had the Senate by Mr. William Smith, then Senator from Resolved, That we deeply and sincerely relatTt(
the of Tbe iuUlligeuce by this arrival is quite interesting, fleets lost South Carolina who afterwards moved to Alabama affliction sent upou his bereaved family and
which
is two Canada, to assume post Governor Gen. been destroyed by the allied in they th.
., : profound and deep" for there is decisive and died few at Huut YilJe. By the constitution on
though nothing from the seat of war. 100 men and the Ruuiau 600, including Admiral a years ago and offer them our condolence and sympathy
: our apprehension. How one and the same eral, and that Lord Elgin will very shortly Commercially the advices are very lnipor t.Kr&ule.tLe Raneliffe. of the Unit ed States the importation of slaves have sustained.

:' cause can be productive of two directly conflicting 811 for England, first visiting Now York and been American Minister tbe Conrtof Spain, A Prendh steamer which left Crimea on the !lit could not be prohibited of before South the Carolina year 1803. In her the loss Resolved they That this Lodge wear the usual badg' *
has prohibited from entering FixaceVI r I that the laud forces had made a breach in the year 1804 the State opened rt*
: results, is an nnomoly) which wo leave Wellington.Cr47 Sevastopol 1 at the last accounts was still being bombarded ; report wall,*though not of sufficient magnitude to render a ports for the admission of slaves, and they continued of mourning for thirty days, that a copy of these

editor of the by tbe allied army, but it had not been .. storm practicable. open four years. When the Missoui i excitement broke olutions be sent to the Family of the deaccased.Roolvtd .
for the confistent Sentinel to re. Dr. Graham has been sentenced Austria and Russia Smith obtained (rom the custom house be pub
to Senator
are oo the pant of actual war. The Russian official reports of the 21st say the garrison out That a copy of these resolution
concile with common beu'Ef. If previous! to sixteen officers at Charleston a full statement of the numberof
and
the made lucoeMful sortie spiked
: s'ven years imprisonment, utmost extent a their hahed in the Tallahassee
list of
with owners
ACQUISITION OF SAMANA.. \trtmfCTnni. .. .. ... statmvn. th.. hat.torv and tkill. nrt>- ships which had entered, a papers.D.
kt the election, Maxwell's strength was greatly; o f the law. & *' a- --w *rj-H K. **lmU*J --I --- g---- and consignees aud their place of residence and F. HOROER.
The London Post in announcing semi.ofljcfajly the oner English Lord Dunkellen. vessels with was W. BARNES
the appointment of his kinsfolksto'all nativity. The number ef cargoes Committee. IX
V by The Czar's two have arrived at the CrimeLFrom
wkene Ota Stturdayuy.the Wa-hfogton J5/ar, the >econc acquisition of Samana, says:- -It amounts virtually if sou JOt. which 10 belonged to Mr.James individually O. H. FISHERisggggsg
e the 00 offices, to the exclusion of not absolutely to the acquisition of St DJniiu"o.- the Baltic nothing of interest appears. several others to a company of whichbe TISMa.
Comptroller of the Treasury decided thtt on the: The defeat of the Russian army in Asia ia confirmed and
The the
Uuited this
of
Slates fact
of The announcement
so importanta member.
honest, hard working democrat, we cannot death of ODe of a firm to wboiu roouejr VA* owiug by a'qUiaitiOllE I lion threatening on either band the created was a quite a sensation in the Senate. JAMES POWELL ,

sec how the patronage (ruin die Government" tie Government it mud be paid to tile urrivur rather .. 'Cuba and Porto Rico, aud so directly The nub fact declared was, however, more important TaJ1ahalMe about th

conti tbuted to swell UK; majority. Hut than to tbc admiuiktrator of tLc deceased.Sccrrlary be affecting the British West India pn.ezteiou5 New York Election* -Ship Hewi Railroad It appeared that nearly the whole of the slave 'UTILL V Jut be f tbia in mnntb or Use put1"If'
received fto.
cauDut indifferently. Collision, importation into Charleston from Africa wu on (ori tders leA itiiber's
crloafcly, i there any foundation) ifi fact forlhjtotition : NEW You NOT. 14. i and Northern account. Of &. 202 ,vessels 70 .a4 Repairing PilI"a.to" 1rtJy Clarvival. hi.
PwMJn; 1mA *rittcn a Idler to Nortl' 1'ItOGRESSOFTIIE .is' and Swede Bote1 will bo atteudod pro
1 69 of
WAR French, Rhode Is
of the Sentinel 7 Is n-ally thecnse 1 The Utf t returns show thai Clark is 700 ahead forth were British. 40ember
i .m.liun, Jc'-llutoj! tiiv trciihalf.t tUt; lr. "<. Sin land. I from Boston and I from Connecticut: 60 were 1\J
.l adricM show that
Tlu-la1c
Lnt
!* '.'f I r---! .if..v.q4,1l I t tpnlv davs. I <: nUH-ru"I"llip.| of IS, S31.1i
tiil! : tinf "; wrv 'r" I 1 hu vf (.ajktvu. 1 vf BolUurr'. led l J Soifolk.
i I
I 1 11.111":1 tt-A :L-a Ib: ; '1',11 iturc cf L lus bs'tiiu:; iI1tr TU s'.cxjucr. Jswoss, from Ibnu:11orlUi city, :


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NOTICE. Bounty Land Warrant, HOD C K IS S tc ,SCOTT :C"'rm' 'Criclfrsfti4BOXES 'Ci3'Th 1 :

YTjjEPkCAP.ThnrMliH the 23rJ instant Tnw been the i"M.1 price. W1 u I. '
; BOUGHT proew. S _. _: '_:. SodiCaakers I *
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\V Jii/"<1tJ.- by Ooymir of Flnri'ln, MISfTjailisgiviiie t who have sot beea able to esH II ; 'C' T": '. i Between tv7rJi; I
U l0Bbl&Suu
<
tablich nqy ulu'bit.ing at their _c !nf.ND EICUA1Ut ROOMs.**W
and W their clhinoft il of-the
prnytT, p.the undersignI Jf any kave received a ARE '. TOAl :
h' Monliai"8: nn-1 B-mk *.c,-.tintii! "i City, dOt re !lees amount tlui they were eulitled to,let pic know elegant collections of .. \:.1 J S. *rErer 10 Pilot *
I !! 6 Batter
rfully inf''ri the llU'h'ral1; that, il.3.vr.Pd have It. ll&vlfI..d fourteen years experience Jp.tbV P"7ecution : 'Axaxa .ND' .LLIGOon.. 5 Water .o Betw.enusce ii i'

*!' t., <--WlTii"; riHetiStorm[ KuJ Offices. aud settling a Qo maiei>t cUimac. I pHderstand i cared in this city,.wbiek they Mnk. irM wiwaiaiittMO. !iII be feud.t 0 equal u ridao.eaud wrier ft ienxm u ANDKYW' .
bumness that .4 fully the ) of getting through the So& *
zncijtrdy m-poiiJ diy. ays a* neaa any a orticent oTlbe kind s-rer- bntiglit 6 Cream ] 1
I: _" various l.men at WaWjinfrton. I have m my "The great decline in th* price of Dry Goods*3t-.WfrpfMrreaA to ail who will call and the -ALSO-- i; 1J

)amP 1\ir\lry, '., J. Tralor'us.; po88es> *re ofd vtklence of 286 Florida 87 Alabama% ky aad prices of their stock. They. were skassd
; v C \\ llun. TI.It'lII'P. thtrt'"llb, I 20 Georgia. bes>tcB South Carolina and TennraaecMuster bUy, when, in cons qae Mof the Kaster aaarketa b,iug closed to manufactorer. they were 8 M Pine Apple _- ,fn
compelled to .
,
nu I.. n ttoll'\ lIirI'ril" ItetU of persons engaged in, ) e.Flprid War. throw their stock iMo lAst werke f, anU fam.UMa offai a eiio6, at price below the ;.f.,
F 1Ii.A coal ol manu eturing. 25 Kegi best Qosben Butter. For wile h* .
: \ UejIk} .II,,:. .\. .H.. Claris.V If you -hare any Quarter Master.akta'or Bounty Oome and secure bargaxu.whde our stock is.full -W are 1ring to give our customers the draoUra BERRY do ROWLES. THE regota MA steamship PAifDKRO. Edrufce.. .
) 4 obtain will Jy ptrmanjnjly bet tile ab..y. "'il
] tI'If Laud Claims;tail in. No charge if I no moo y. of tae markets. 'hi n' vsn .
I ..1\111 y'r.\l: ,; .r OcLSlth, 18\'. 42GrscerSs place and New .. at .'
H. touching ApaLtcbiouUAd
C. BLOOD.,
I 41
& .\) .', ),.fr:* Stof.fr "WE BUT LOW AND SELL LOWI'I
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i li.Jg1.i lI. : : 1. N. B. Persons with unsettled boa DeM with himself PeosaeoU, sailing ref kcly hereafter on Stb and ;
:rmle & Mvrtf1olm : .
1tILoD & "hnaJ.J-r /, or A. Richard< are invited to call without delay By reading the Wlowing Geoeral Memoramda. YOU will fiat.l that mr stock.'m baees.Id oiJy a. large 1i4h o|neb TPontb from this fort; and oo ?tliau i2Srt h1

1 J\rrTY k Rowles. t Mr1)ong1t.Batler at office (over Messrs.Bettuo A Wkitaker's Store) and elegant selection of Ladie and Gents Dress OoooX-nW-finest and richest material. in the latest stvles PER Barque A. H. Kimb.ll, f'eWew York. of each oymtk returning (r>oj New OrUana.Tk .
my
i i Penliam. |'J. G. Ai.ilerson & Co. in Tallaliassee. Fla. and of the must durable color?. but also a large stock of'PLANTATION and HOUSEHOLD( GOODS.* In Bags Rio aDd Java Coffe akaner JASPER Sawp, marter will l ma i Jo.ocnMctino ::

J. p. Brarrwrll & Co. PerUiis.Ag. M.U'k. No'.t"rub 11. 1S4. 45 tm fine ercrytbjug Useful, Ornamental and Eatable can be purokased at at ibis establishmwt 25 'Boxes No. 1 Soap with the Pampero to .., W.(toudun ..'
If \i Fries'1'' 1'1..J.. H"1-1"1.' Ag't S'th ---- -- 10 H Adamantine Candles, at Cedar and .
: ,
v. Keys %c4 Tamp* ) king freight passengers .
It. 11. Bank AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 50 .
('. & J.MrtnUIIIII. Town Property for Sale. Sardines from tk* Pampero in the Srwaisfa Hul, (aceasible > l '
: ,. .i fric'.ilow; & Bros., ome & Heir, Cotton' SiuWriber offer f..r sale his property in the 20 Lobsters, anebonge in the St Mark Bay.) .;
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, 1." E. 11.11, t \\ ei5bcrf.li THE of Tallahassee! e","illtmg..f lot.* improved B Tierces Rio*: Both steamers have fine accommodations,and afford : -" f
j
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H:;{. 4C lyitsin Niili : B Boxes ansofWd Candy the .
'Suteul\ and) uMmproHl.1. }.lIr Atl'Htionf.n-ing travellutqiouth aooTenieoee slid upe- : a
.
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-- I IS tlte Feiiftie ArIh'IIIwith bb feet front to.each lot.anil Laces. I\riiiWi en's S;k. TTonted and Cotton']Furniture Fringe and l Laces BIllY 155 'I Tobaooo Uition.

C;-igcs. Buggies, and Harness, running back 840 feet numbered 277.: 278, 2tS2BO. ; Whit and 15lHv-k Silk Lace A- JlOi' Genii Roe, I( all kind;! Linen, Din Eye Dhper,Linen and fiO Dent ohua. Fur farther particulars am) amnffeneots fi>r oon-

for Sale by P. B. Broka\r. | On the last one i U a Imh.tntltialIwellinit bouxc, nierican, nxOI1\'. Maltese, Mecklen Black and Farcy Cra>at ', BUks I Cotton Toweling-, Bieacljed Shirt 25 I 0 Iron Barrels bound 6 and 10 gallon Kegs. reyaoce of Negroes, Hoxasa. am) such like. inquire of-

\\ ith \\"e11tf water Subscriber lin i iN jnt rC'N.i\'f'd I (5 a Cof. iiX
ni (
rffJ rl'IIE the Depot N8. S5 and 36. South half County Quarter and French Laeeui.Embroideries. ShiHs. Geuts Linen and SilkPorket Pillow Case Linen. Bleached Jean, New Port, NOT. 4, 1854. 44 ,, I
Inr ..fC\rr lt HII Boxes
Loaf H
i e toUrpty '
( t'l. I Uitli neatly WM>lied nnd in good order. This Handkerchief CJeoH'Wooi,Silk and Apron Checks, White and Brown
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nlill; lIut'1It.! vl.kh; lie iff. fur I Ij &c.Swiss 10 Starch.
I :rtitli('in,,t 1t"1I roa, ""nille: terms. T8 )I propei ty i it offered) at pihate cale, but if u"t sold by Mull.! Jaconet,Cambric and Coltou Uudersbirts Drawers, ic I UoIUnda Domestic Ginghams, Cotton ALSO 5pw ReceiTligr, per Par ac '44ss Fbfc."
> the tlr4Iundy in Di-cember, it will be (lff\'tl'\lut. Mantles.We Flannels Seamless Bags, togeth
SACKS Salt
'o\'rm11'r IS, 1 1":t 40 Dimity Batvls,Edging. Inserting'IIdj Imperial Tea Almonds Liverpool
)-. - pubic; nu'liunII that day to the highest Iiltd.'r- Flouncing Plain, Printed Enhrni.I-i will at all time be pleased er with a large ntcck of Gunpowder rt Walnuts, 100 20 Half Bbls. Potomac" Roe Herring '

Five Dollars Keward.CTKAYLD : T,im one tliirJ or ont fourth (:-,11.the Uilance securedI I ercd. lI
I I I by iwtteith oeenritii-s. jiavable in three instalments, Linen Cambric llandkcrcLicf,' Mantles, Talma, Cloaks ObDaburgs. Br'n Shirting 'nd Sheeting Stuarts Syrup. Olives Boxes Western Reserve CLeese,

fu.in tluil> rrilKT r.t Xcw. ,." of one, two aud thr'c't." r!, and bearing eight per Embntidi-rrd Bk Caps. i Searfi and l Shawls, why'i we warrant Brown J P nA. Denims Shirting Brandy Peaches, Salaratus. 2 Crates Onions,
.i j nt ou the 9th) ui!L. n Bay H< IH<\ 8 fir> |.: cent iuteicrt Application cau be made to the sub-- i I to be of the prevailing winter!latripes.Bed Ticking Marltoo Plaids Citron Mace and Ground JO' Kegs Selected Button
:1-r c.rs.IIR! vliile f-M-t an l a 1.1 uc '!' srribu- New to Mi. John H. Rhodes. Collars, Sleeves, &c, Ginger,
{ V *> one eye *ixu-t, or sty le a* w t at lirtxlie't illthioHU-. Manchester Stripes' Green Thuze Currants, Scotch fi Bbla. Fulioo: Market Beet
,
I!! Herrings,
".'lIt..ff illlR wWle fill- the) *b.s\'e nwnnlwill Ublm NAT. WHITE. A very large selection of the best ,! fttt Mantilla. Emporium, N. Y. on I Twilled! Bagging,SO pieces Plain Rai,ios, No,. 4. 186-1. 44 BERRY A ROWLES.
., vbo vill .l-lj\cr tA) Ci.'l, T. J. M..I j I \o\'Inher, 1I. 4w 43 tyls (If (Impure. Maltese llouiton 'j!
;jM tn WIT _- I|II his cpeuinp day ((26th Spt.) They nod 1'aiJ! Liuseys.. 35 Pieces Red. For sale by BERRY A ROWLES. -__ ._
the Ancilla. and Valf nci-nne Lace Colliira and -
ni\wlf i iI' *
Jilu-.WM'f! New-port, or t. tIll AlIERTfTARTISTS' !i'U C maJe of Satin. Cloth, Silk. White Green awl! Salt Flour &c
October
isi.u 1SHAM H. W.LKK1t.Xt.rtu.cr ; I'XIOX.HE Setts, English. Sc .tcb, Irish and Me'l Gray Flannels 21. If:". 42 ,
!; 0... };. I Il' i lino and Crape, and in 225 pairs Coat. Bed. Saddle and
r AIIUlIC'AUTle.11 Usios would rttpectfullynnnuuiire EtubroiuWM OolLirs.Sleeve vary Negro t- of west Salt
RS.. lw 40 French i : SACKS Key
\ l$ 1
1 i frcm ?1 to $50. Blankets Theodore A. E. I
l' ----- _. -. S i. : to Ui1 citizens of tbe United States and and) CbenMCottes Linen Travtlliig :i Jeans, Tweed; 200 peice Kentucky Bohvstedt 4 t) f& Bbls.of superfine aud ut.ra fW ,
-- Notice. I I.1. the, C.iuadas that for the purpose
l> indebted to tile un
\] retfor.ii to come forwaid iinmodianl ,-': VieW of enabling every family l to become pf8 ssed of Tflls.Iire C811(. Plaid, Striped nad Watered I. Clothing.Gentlemen hansen ano surrounding vicinity that he will remain 80( keg of Nails.

.. 'c'ulIlllfl'I't'ulc requeued.it''r' 11.Y (11.\1' I".tt' :I..lc IUI"I.lltott : a gallery uf engravings, by Veil*. White Black and i of Glace Poult ,Je 8oi. Moru Antique : wishing to supply themselves here a few weeks for the purpose of tuning or repairing 6. 8. and lOd Wrought Noils

It.-h' 1lJf.c LS 1o.'ltt: nil "1'r" 1M11 i TIm FI RST ARTISTS OF THE AGE, Fancy C. I red 1"' Embroidered Lo, ranging iu price from 4 5ceuU I t with seasonable Coats fant- Air those who BUT ftvor him with a call! Orders I Tablea1tissbsgnandboxes.
lo <
uJ is U.UXiUU5 iosiriiVIIITE.. I' They llu'cktl'mlin..J, in order to create an extenfive to $7 yard W> pattenisall : and Vests, can nelect from a stock may be left a\die Book Store or at the Planter's Ho I Rough and Ready Chewing Tobacco.
l.srlo..mnck |per ;
fil.l.. 46 i' :Vale for their Engrain?, and thus not only give ::,.1 White Silk Nett Wool Mous. l>e Lames and Feb' containing over S5i' garments all of teL He will after levying Tallahassee visit the following -. Just received and fur sale by

Ct'lItrC'\'i11C', o\.I. ,- 1-s-t.; --- -- -- -- employment to a large number of art -ts and other, Illusions tc. Th..ici., Blonds Craps, Merinos ; 175 Patterns of American' late styles. made of black and! fancy f and intermediate plae... ,iz : Quincy .- o. at J. l1EGPNISS.l'ov. .

-- -- For Sale. j 11m' m;pire among our countrj men a taMe for voiks DeLaine; IViated Challies and Be-' cord Cloth. Cassimere, Tweed. son. Jacksonville St. Augustine Palatka. Newnans- .mber 4, lU.. 4t 43 .. "
the of their Fashionable BoBWts.JMmmcd : Sati-iei. Velvet, Ae,Vets of Satin. rule Tampa, and return ibenee Apalachicula to this
.r ("0.imr.hiiipotiUie .'- < f art to prr*<>iit to puirlmsers engravings, rege ()Ic Lames; aLso Persia Twills. I 'II.
V VALUABLE p'alltuinn n"I\". fix Util* : when :bIJ.I)( of which are sold I and untrimtnvd, iu the* Crepe Poplins, Bcmbazine. Black 1 Silk Plush
ib .'(\jallnI\) ..Meri.li.iii. 'flS i iF Ollt'(.j the IItt.tJofcJ mm( GIFTS OF TilE ACiril: COST OF $$150,000. Fashionable Wnter Stvles in'O "I( at .Tern. Satin Bereges lc nt lel\lIIl.4clpacn;,I I ket Cloth, tc.. Hickory Shirts: also find Recommendations below M to IlLs capabilities you will from the subscriber at the Railroad De .'.
nfl : Millinery t.oJ.3L1ijbm't'l a .f Linen Bo STOLEN I
I iilaMatioii*)in lilt l State. Z nil! piothif.'" finely! ,,i Each purchaser of a one dollar engraving.there forr-, N. Y. oil )la! ,peniug ilay. ((2Ut" I fcoWa, Saxony and Gata Plaiils,,:Standing variety and(Byron Collars om Shirts.Draw- "Mr. Groschel of MonticelloFla.. allowsbimaelf toe : the 27th October a Doable! cased OfllJ ;

jOlt" c ini atul 'o.I1.n. It 1m* mnrenxcr tli' inlvanof ( f'.h'u"t only an iiigraving tidily worth th. tiioHIV September,) of Satin. Silk, English1nnil I r French Chintz! Earli-ton Ginghams,;.. ere,
of l hin:? aTV-|: '-nt t.i tlc) n;,.'.,'"t \h..I..f. un- but al.o a ticket w hieh' : t'tititlee, him to one of the S ies Straw. Bt-ljjradf. Rut Plain and l Figured Alpacca. White I lof muic Mr. Theodore A. E. Bttbiwtedt, u a good representing a city.the dial plate resembling the Suu. .

,.i.u.l land in Mi.Mlc ) nrI.a. (kI""'" as tl.c. I 1a2 I Il i"bll.I1I..I'1. Gifts; wbi-n they are iliitribute.l. land. China IVarl, tc, varying in': Black. and colored Crepes, Florence i i I Hats and fays. Tuner and Repairer ot .* reward ofTen Dollars wiU be mid f.r its roeorery. ..

,} vl I i k-i! w4'l 1! f.MKi lie in inniket. ''J1' raie ( FOR FIVE DOLLARSA prices from 157* C,nU t.; *1 1S ; ,and Fine Murceliue White Silk, Canton Clotb'j. I 60; doz Gents', By' and Serr'U Monticfllo. Fla, October N, 18:4. Nov.4,1864.3t 44 B. WILUAIIS.Ptbllc .11.

l illlltU"ro1U. m'H'r\ f..ilill:ej4, ill." cof 111t ;t'UI'H.t 'h"'f tin liizhlv. fiai..h.l% Ijigraxit.lM-autL'cllv PAINTED I Mourning Itomit'tM. Travellinsr d'., Ii i iMie8 ''SiieSilk CLallie, White dej i 1 Hat and Caps Fashionable Silk October 28. 18L- 3m Bent copy Sm 43 '
l'r iuf-i ii\ti.'!t in ivlatmn to tic 2501'i ei" American En Black and) White Brush. Now NoUct.TITE '
tiU
GIIT'IICKETS a-
thl'} u- nu.v in n II. end F1VJ5 ; be wut, ( r Tiinnued i ll.ita and 111 "m- .
r ,. ti) 3k. 1Itj4iti lh.lr."fc"r: "r .m k.i: ,i I ulinli and French iVints, Black Ifn.te..lurt'.1 Days Wide wake,Shanghai.Know Just Received per Bark kimble" from
J.jllr. t1'J'ly. \ Five Dollars) worth Splendid Engravings can be se- ers, ItigolrtK*, Tnrbana and Coney subMTibcr a Quantity of Guns,Pistols Ac ;
t. Cloths for Mantillas ,
II.N4vt'IflhI' making
\ 11. IJl.\ Noting
) ,
'lt' I I li-cN-d fruca the and mail Hats for 1'01111111 children. Senator's Hat, Spanish New York .
tfl I'rf-lImM' catalogue, sent by return lrCXJII't1i" Fur also wlortme' hand whioti he baa repaired for various .
nice t f full persons
; :\ 45 | ; a : Hats Nary and .
18 It.-I. I Ribbons, Trimmings, &c. !,:and ueeond Mourning Goods, and Smoking Clips.Boots FOR TilE BENEFIT Of HEALTH. but who Late not called and paid for them and :ij t

Valuable Lands for Sale. A copy <.t f the catalogue, together with a specimen A nice assortment of Rich Huu- large stock of other 81. and Shoes. C)f\ CASKS Ale and Porter he hereby gives notice that unlns the articles are ta- )
'
,'f"lie of the Engravings, can be seen at the office uftI.i 2300 pairs Boots Shoes,RuMetts, ken by the first day of Febroarj next he will :
S.rillo and Sash If the U away .
hin net Ribbons
talc of laud ? ( verylatest I 1 Cask Old 1815"
Tr 1.S20 arn-f j Brandy,
T OFIT.U > Clnth) .s.j. )' pap..r.Ftlr Ftleu large oullectiou offa ; I I Dry Gootlv Gaiter, tilippers. Pump, of all 1- BbU cause the same to he sold at public eatery to this-
f hriullla <\I i l.t 'hip") ; ': Hi\.r, each dollnr ; a Such Black and Colored & Apple .
as
sent :
t o tu- an engraving aetunllyworth .hiuoablcViuUr Trimming in Fancy .,qualities nod sizes,for Ladies Gents, & American 4* highest biddor tw pay expenses.JOHH. .
d tm.I.
Bi iV1'Hie
.f the r"l li-a.llns; t"Mi-nil' that 'uni. uiJ a Gift Ticket, will imuicdiutely be fur. CI1"imI'fU andCIntLis.Cibnnjrett Children and Sen ants. BUIWDORFF. 9'
nit-l -n.l.ino.f al.n.t (; fll. Braids, alons. Ribbons, Velvets 3 Old Peach II
l1rM' ilcf fromT '\\ ( Curtain Damask EuiK.
lnC'flC" : w ur Jed. lered Cur-j Tallahassee !oT.4. 1854. 44 8m
an.l .Imtuun Fringes ainl I CL lJillc. Also. ; f.1'ttln 5 ** American
,llf4'j' 'ufI.trpJ, fltcf 1tfl'k june A cat NTS. lain, Turkey Red. American Fur-j Gin S
I. .f 1..lLeo. (:.r.1 and Ct aFaortnieut of Tuffotta Satin and l''I 1 I Hemp. Ingrain and Three 1 u Holhind a
th i ( Ply q
'Iitl.l" fur I'r."tuco'i.'u The Committee that the of thisreut niture Print. English undrct' Ih.
"' ( btlifing uroew > or rai:.} oote dated Jaooary the second
iwvit-d. 'ttw 1 arc five Cap HiLLre"rJ and Tmtsel. But Carets, 164"Drngget, 124 Linen :1 Cask Gordons" pale LOST ..
five i Sherry Wine
H\i"Ut txvt-nty aero .! be riiteriullv Furniture )imilill Corded do.
nalional
uudertaking 1 .
1''fl : : promo- ?. the uoie eglla for fifty Uottars,bearing eigfat : J
r ) hilk nod worsted] do, and M
villiin tons. Embroidery 4 6 Oil 1" Madeira
orti'ttnlion Cloth for .
tin \
isi -
IMXO qr. 'JQnfll. ..
:
the Chi Patterns fr EinlrfcMileryJFc-h W. iking Tables. tc. Manilla ansi 25 Baskets Heidsic ,
\ Chenille
r racc di'tarlM' of "n- mil' 44'a dU'iJ'orj-: jM'n-evi-rmg Ageiitc liH\e re ol\f'l tu treat \\ith such dll. Irilh I.illin. Plaid. Striped Cbampaigoe, and made payable io I. P.MILLER. '
4 |..1a 1jt r. n f1I'ern iabe! by bai go 1\ at almost on il.' iiitit-t liberal h'II1A ', C J.inill Fr'ch
Flow'rsVreatlis} nU .
l' ,
Bii\ -r.' : fI\' ]>ori nl\ vi-liinij to licenmc an Agent by send Sn-i'". Mull awl Tttr'iton Mu-lins:| J Carpet bindinp. WONt 5ft Bottles Old Brandy that will do vonr soul fiJ
I
., .ihcrcJ and Jet Head ted! and Cotton .
/ Oru.tiltit' Damank for
'J'h* improviMO'irt* (."flip t of n'll.1'u',1; ( y>ni lojr illg; .uita\l.ut\ 11" .' : >; Looj.e and Ta 8els fur CUrtailll.I LOSe & GALBRAITH .r
J-r.u;". with a brw-k <-\liiinny. \iiih) "- r.a : a oie dollar engraving. a Gift; Titkct. a pro 1 pc- j, ur-d l 15'iUuet. Table JHiuak. 1\111 j:I BERRY 4 ROWLE3.CvL2l -
.vf"'rV ln'p, and a n\.vcr: tiliu2 \\ell *of txc..ll..Lt tuo. a cjialojfne, and nil other tn-evary ii.furiiiaUoii. (iloves, Hose &r. I'ak D"\li"s, Lace B-il Spread.. Ti \!, Crockery. 1854. 4! ATTOKXEY AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ;::1

' *-n"T. (hi .lie till 11 coinjilt linn
i. 1 wilt al*' f11! JPT intrrM in the :\. .1i"ti1f ry \lie pl.tof.l in the baud of a cornmitU-e (f the purclmlMID. and Liutu Gl'jvft (;iiuiitlu, Silk br.'M -red Stand ant 1'irMeover?. Chiua. Plain;a Ware liohemian HEIR & RUST. I. ci ted themselves. in the of Law.aoLu. i
practice -
Warp-l-miic nt: } .-"t it'$ Bi.i.1..e.; l'.r""II&. wi.l.intr Mitt- ; L-t.lie. 1 1"tk."Ilite and Thiljot !
freud
n-.l! to lie tli"lnl.utt..1.!i due notice of xvhicliill be' Cloth Saliihary l Opera,:,mJ do. Common Wart will attscd.tbe CotirU in the Middle Circuit the J

to P-KI>!>-O\ can ti hnvc' M,-..a rs.barca'm;Si-rse SIII.l\Y.PI'fjtlil1lla"t.. tifn;' ,'il Maiiauna fur- ;ircu throughout the Ui.itcd States and the CauaJofc.i MucJ Silk, Cittou au-1 Wuul Hose, FLuiuel, Huckabuck'Fiauo Covers I Stout Ware, d.c.I Come and look at our Stock before you purchase They Supreme Courts and the Diitriot Courts of the UmtJ I.

l.iil jwrtii-nbr the i I.lvt of Ciifls. t flsevherc. We are now receiving i States at TaJlfftrnwe.) r 1

aud Jau.es l>.\Umar iiun.i'w.11. mrr A.f..1.4',1j.1 :. 1 I lf>fi, mnible hut of Was-bington. at. .?lnO, $1 lofHiO, -- from New York a General Assortment Office opposite the Court Hocse. r .

I IoU( l'layr. IIHI lu.OcOH I October _8, 1834. Jy SS
r.
h\ 4 1
N- -, -- --:-'.- _. -- -.- -. -- ]t \\"iJ.tt'r. . IOU l.0Mjj () ( Hardware. I Willow Wan, \otlons. 4e.I of Goods, suitable to your ___ _____ ___ ___ __- 1

A Chance to Make Money j IlC'O 1 Calhoun. . 1W lU.tHiO teants in Cabinet Furniture.
:>0 Elegant: Oil Paintiiips. in t-pleiulid I Shell. coniistnig part ilt;
Ivory. Him and Rubber Comb*,of all kindClth -*, I
honorable Eraployraeal
Prt\\ta1.1r and Hilt Frames. size Sx4: feet. 100 B/iOO' 2* dozer P,-lc.t Knivp. Knives aol Forks Ca- ) and Hair Ilnishi-, Elastic! Dretn Shields. J'lain of the foUoiring articles : : .

TUJJI: f'I.II.il..r i is (l(*iioti -*f )hni'11: p'jt nunltowucf i lVi( Wegsnt: : Oil Pllintin!..2x3! fH <.ltd!,, iu i.OOO \vr*, P.iudrr I'la-k-I 1.<'.;?.fa!! kin'!-. Au.j-.iNTitU: ftlld FMUCV Rutti,.. Purt MunaH. Banker's Ca>.e., I -m : -'- .-.- .. t .
r (.ulh' the Tni'in.; .t (: ?.itit1 5 <.f 'r wn ffi !,' ?Kiouty I will: '"' r"zdl.t iM'ant it!iff in Oil, icli l gilt fi.tmegJix.S itl Filos: Cliis-ls, DruwK'iive?, l'laucs Ca>t ant l WrtMijitJlin EitraetK, :rUnC0 1 III an-1 Soap lymking. Cologne Glasses., MY) GOODS DRY GOODS1.1 Bubwibcr ia llamifaetoring and Receiving, ;

1.).' airtici: pJt. 4'niT5 .tic man (1'1' male hum I hrefi.mo.lUfn' jt'tict (...dl) .: 10 C 5,000ln.WVt ;e*, Blind Fasteners, Broad! Axe-. Collins and Drewing (lo, Mustard! SpttniM, Sula l Spoons and i THE will keep constantly oo Mod, good assortment -- 4'',

: j>-r JHJ': illJI" n-nu-of t.(- :.t'tI11' Elegnnt: lr 'l }'IH''" F.npH: ii'g-, Ch.ip Ax,.. Spring Balau"e, Wait''., Tea Tray!, Forks.c; t..s. Patent Coffee U'u!ers, French Cvffuc I,1M peiccs Georgia .er-many;; other -articles too CABINET FUR lTU1LE eonaisting part
il.ivi1 1 wo" ri'VaJi-e tvirc tl.at I *..unLit; r 'cfilore! l iu Oil. of the % Moiii.nu and Plains !nuiueroua to mention.
:
II"W -11''1 > ( Washington i BifrUm Siure L-K:**. Truce. U.callt. Halter, Fifth and Big:iiK, Patent Leather Belts. Coral and Jet Neck eeys of the,lloring Articles; ;
;
ij.4. "t'.ti'4i "i.1 bein.u, 1,\ ndhmi't') !. qt'l'tti| (- ut, SiijLVti I 4.Io.non, : 1 laces, Wrirtk-U. tto_ Sewing Birds, Cake and Sugar 500 Negro Blankets, DRESSING BUREAUS, Raw Wood Mahogany Sand
1.ci.1.1 01. \. ]I:1NL1u.B" : : i 'JS",*"") tt-t'l 1 Plate Engraving. from Log Chains, Mabogtwy Knobs, Ward I JU-b hooks, I Buses fancy Uo.keU, Clotlu Painted and 24 pr Bed do !{ FAXCY GOODS. Walnut with Marble .. .

): (0( ] 1iii1akhui! J, 1': I'ut O1Tte. litff SLorel an,1 T"n:.. FetiJers. Fire Irons, W .1I Wheels.P i .lar J'ails Keelar and Tubs Hampere, Veil Buckets. Game : Bleach'd & Brown siirtI -: JJrtSS PLAIN BUREAUS. Mahogany Walnut and Bay, 'J.
..nnb'l; ".l"-I. 4G : ami wnnl by the Artwt.- Union of S.id Iruus Shovel I ings and She:tiogs. :.Ladies Goods SIDE-BOARDS. Waluut and Bay :
.. U-nt and Spades, Axle: Pul- J lUgs, LX.I1.Toys and Foot St"rc-".Stow Match Safes, Mahogany, .
-- - -- -- -- -- ,I... mwket Tftloe of from 50 cent to 40 pieces PLuu and Pla5dconnrr: ,? / with and without Marlk&Jat-i <
lies fur Wiudows Saab Cord, Cotton and MamlbiRope. i Towd Stands, Umbrella do. Pruning"Knives,Bathing part 0I .
Notice. i i ?I 4 IOJO I TuK Cane Sewing Chair, Children'*do. Starch Pt.li I I J.jm\'s. 5 5Flaune'lls : CENTRE TABLES Rye Wood,Mahogany and :11'

I.L T ws, rjfilitor) 1 lejateos "!tit1'd to ditri 1 1 firct clns" Dwelling in Thirty first Uifl* and S.lt Guns from *J JO to ?50, horse i.lu 'f.tb Bn hes. Rubber Stays-. Steel Pens Beit of all qualities.Plaid; Watered and Gro. .Jli,. with iarU Slala. :;

,J\ "li> 1\1"p (II' (1\1.4.r\\i-& ijtcrtte: in tip, "ste Clf rtrcet. New York (. 12,000 I She sails, Cotton Cards ; also,u larjje lot of be. i. Gun Cups, Toy Cup and Saucers. Letter and Fool- Fretn-h. English and Amer-: De Rhine Silks bI INGTABLES. JfaLcgwy. Walnut and Bay.

I J.iita\\h; \ Miller l..ti-of M-rlisfn COlin')'. I'li.ii.in! "'* : 22 buii-iii'g, l I"t ts in One Huitdied and! I I Cut Nulls, hollow Waic, dc. ] cap Paper, Truvdliug hJa fi, Lemon Squ t-acrs. I.i ican CV.icoes. ::Black do do do WORK TABLES. Mabogauyl Walnut and Bay. i,:. f

f"l"t'.t. arc hwby n',tif -J IP f-xbibit! th 5r d:.imo n'lIl 5 ( >nc I bunilred 1 and l Fin Streets, New I Brown. Bleached and Cu-Crape! ; Poplins, Mahogany Quartette Stands/flies-sing Stands,Toilet .; -


r uiJer-ijiw-J <>rll<<* in.t- will l>e bnrrrd! ; ami all rwr.TI J! at. .1,000 22,00ft tJaU Plaid.D lain Stools. Mahogany Rocking Chairs. Walnut and Maple 1

',. i'M.l'tfilto ti!IC ti i,) i l'ccafocd, art rcqui-bU-u tonuimJuitP : Ifnj Villa MM". containing eali 10 WtO Furniture and apron checks:; Plaid(, and -Colored! ,Cano back di. Cane seat aDd Wood do.; Mahogany -

1111.1.e $ rtaymrr.t, to ( square l'ietin tin siriinrtw cf New OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENTIS DomesticplaHiaodstripeBPlain.:; Ca ime Wardrobes, Cherry and Pojiar do.; Bose Wood .1
.,01 t1. M1I.LTTR. Ailmiilt a tor.n.li..rn York city and commanding a inagi 10 piece Fancy Tweed ; *! ", Wash Stands with Marble Slab Mahogany do.Walnut. .
at all time W.nlIpl'lied with fresh Groceries an 1 Provisions which will be sold au low at the Market 10" a Ky. JtjansCapea: Collar and Hdkfs.
nificentiew: of the Hudson River and do. Book
Mahogany Cases
)! Co 11. ) r..1. Cc', ?J"". 18/51. :Sin: 4CTfjfV i i Uay Poplar ; 1
sill permit for CASH. We keep alwivs 4H) bind a supply Northern and Western Flour Bacon Sides. Black and Fan'yCiiwimere,;Black-and White Silk hose
,-- and Long Maud Sound .. COO :/..000l WttUtut and Bay do.; Mahoga high poet Bedstead, >.11
r: / t'/"' .f < f Fl-iidi; ;::Jii is-'in Cncult Cturt.itoiirce 2u l jurpt tr.nl loans rf cnr-h without in- I1lm481111 ShoulJer I/xr l, S-igir Ctrp,1 l H i'ni Ri. aid Java C..T-e, Crushed Loaf Clarified Powdered! Black and colored worsted:; and-Glove, Mahogany French do, Walunt Cottage do.Bay. CUcr- '11
K. Jluii, A .Taints S. lJu I ant| Brown 'vi.rar-. !li.u! -k a,H Green Ten.: P rper. Spices of all kinds, SalerHtu. Sperm. Star Adamantine Shawls, }Blaok. White and Colored
: !" t."J) teie or security, ?2.>0 t-acb. .. .((" ry. and Puplar.high and low post da; Mahogany ;
.. 1 ::h.l'T5 tiudjug.Ac, a. IJcii 4. j\ Dd-t by Attarlil'Jht. 5't/ perpetual;,' (.f Cltlooh witli-n-t iatire't I\ an J Wax Cii II,-.. S I.-IJH. F'ih. Salmon. Co ltih. Mackerel. Herriug.: Can.IIi-s and Nuts of all kiml Crakero, Plaid Udkf. of all prices; Kid Gloves, Parlor Chairs Caaa sad Cash Cottage do. Office d<>. : ;

,. 1 < IA. iHdlU.T.cr f.T c.'iu4;'y. if { 1 III (41(1 Ii.. 1,000. 1"'l'p..r| hu.14:1' Since.: PickledVslnut.' CaptTi", Pic-.Jilli.Cauli ..wer, Mixed IVkles.. Chow Chow Pillow case and Liuen;:Black Silk Mitts and Xa- Cane seat Ding do, Children do, Conyuoo Cane and ';

>h J. Rnm'i J i Ir \
i'nr.:: 3 ftuJaut: andwll! "tli-r: \\-wrt: iul'I'f'foll'lt? ; ] or (\nty. of ?50 end... 6OoO Muitin.l, M-i.t-ir-l n? M.uuL" Dur!; vV Yeast Powders Granborrit, Dried Currants.'Dried Apples and Plaid and Plain Moulin Edgings and In .rting3, and Wire Cloth. .ti'

\iil! :t..lve ic-tlcr:. of the inititution .>f the 1111'1"(' 250 per.t 1 t.nl1tJ.1l1i of cash without in- IVdclie. S.iila. I're.-rv QIIIIKU-S and TaniarimN. Curr.mt. Apple aud Quince J. lly, Prune"'. Pie Fruit, Fa- all Qualities, together with'Mantillas,
t .-"UV1; .')*it by nttarlninT.t nnd tli\ 'y are 'l\1't .I\.' r.. 'I I tcr st or Hrnrity, of ?:0 each.... ... t.COO' ritiA. Olivt-s.: C""ia, Brorn.t, l'hoc llat G ,lieii Butter, 'English Dairy Ch<>te. White Cheese Starch, White repaired at abort notice. GEO. DAMON. =a

41r1r0t l Vi npji-ur and! j'l<-ii'l) to tl 1 e U-claniti- f.1 11 2.(Miii pr'c| tll:11: loans of cash witlioutI BeanApple Vim-gar. Fire Proof IVtnt. Pine and X1i-"Wite Lead Fine White Putty. Boiled Linseed Oil, Boots aii gOtS.flME October 21, 184. llw 42 ';

lUtm di\Bdl3L X fI\'l1\i..r. 1 I*!!4.1U.lI I iiit,Ttt>t or security, of ." en'I... m.oftfiRifcnnce I Bit S|,:mi Oil. Lard l Oil. Marhine Oil Cuni|>he*te, PdII'. and Shot Solace, Scarfalata Smoking Tobacco, I .!

J ; A11CHK11: { ..lRCltik.I'm I in! regard to the mil *tate. F. J. \1'- Siulf, cjarBuporiila, Iwiupberry uuJ Lvuon Syrup, Pin ;Aj>pie Cheese Uaccaroui- .4 S, Bye a ,and Youth'" Kip RuseetfErogans and Calf .: ;
New Good
-'I"' 1A'1 j t. H-I. .I; riier, Ad. Ral ertate bnikers New York. ti Jtrs ALSOIfiO Calf Sew'd and Peg'd Boota.Mtn' ;.

-- -. .- -.-- --- (j ptlEt.l'ai.J li, with inonev" c-nrWed to lie aililiented )( Boxes Superior Segars, Choice! Brands Tobacco, New Orleans Syrup. &" I Kip Ped'd Boots, tight and bea."y.Women' HAVE just received my Fall and. WinteeS.1.' l
Fcr Rent, i .1. W. IIOLIWOOKE.Secretary. 111 supply of Cloths, Cashmeres. Ae, 1
November 4. lEI:. -It' 11ODGKISS A SCOTT. Kip Peg'J.. wl'x
( )' flir, frrt (.JMimr in-xt. a tract
'J.IIIr.K..lttt: Hivor..r ccmwillin 111".utJ"ur 111:11' I CT" The Fjigraviugs in- the catalogue are now Morocco and Calf Buskin and Bootses, prepared to make up iu the m. .hiocaft le style. vm r ]

<1. I n"rNI.. with ait t'xeefl..iit]l landjns. at JIMJwJ cf.t'cr' ready' f T c.I li't'f'f'fJJ1'r '. NOTICE TO CONTRABTORS. I Copartnership Notice. Ladies Kid Tics Buskins and Gaiters short notice xeasonalile .' S f.

l.\ thf Misrrs. t! idt> r'' n I.'t ..'.!;;, l"mJlr.ml) 'ICWLE.Ji.1y - ofi..ands'ln Alabama and Florida Rail Road Co, I 'I. E undersigned hitting bought out the stand f r- Shoes. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK Or f i
i
1 1t-.j4 OIl' t Sale GBY merly occupied by Jos. White, at Centreville,
, .v_ CIIIET EXGI EEtt'1I OFFICE ) READY-MADE CLOTHING, :H
. I n viit'ic of an order of the Judge of the Circuit Florida will continue the business under tbe name
D. : es
in CLutcc ry. for Wakulla County, I will offer for *alcrn EALTrpr'p"oah will Ixs received at his Office fering the present stock at a reduced price. We solicit JJ such as Clanb.'T5Ihnat, Coats, Veils, tlaola, Ac, Ac, +j

TALLAHASEE: FLORIDA, f tli 1ft h\llav in December, 1851. to (he )highest .." No. 4, ILinover Street, New Yofk, up to the 5tb I' the patronage of the former customers and) others.A. and no,. Fash'd M >lekin Hatd. which will be disposed of at low prices. ; :

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in bidder for eli at the Court-bausc in Oa.l den Ciiun- of November; after that time, at the oftico of the R. COMBS, GE\TS Drab Beaver flats, Also a targe lot of Plam and Fancy Shirt Collar. r'

t DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Hl ty. the funov.'ifdca ribcd tract of Land to-wlt' : The .Company at Pensscola till the Ittli ({ December forheClearing B. F. BTRD.Cerrtrrrine Wide-a-Wake, Seal and >ow-a- liy Undershirts. Cravats Stocks, Hosiery. tc. te. .

-..- < \\' \ ..f the N W J (f Sec 15. Township 2, Range 5, : Graduation and Track Laying; aloo October 2C, 18:-. 3m. 43 Sporting Hat of all qualities, Those desiring a thorough out fit will consult their t 4.0

J JUST re" MTc
t ..f Dru;. auJ Modicincs! 1'uibt. Oils, Vaiiii bdongiujj to the ettate of Goo. W. Stames. dec'd. Station House, and Offices, fur the ALABAMA L FLOK11)4 Tar Tar I B>>y'o. Youth'.lLDlllaranha Sporting Hate, I view great care, U
special to their to this market.Ofl'N
.*1'utty iitJ OluM Warf-al'viiniBrn in'ral o..rtiKLt o < THOMAS. H. IIODOKISS, RAIL JlOAD COMI-AHT Ot FLORIDA. Men's Ulolh Caps of all site and adaptation.
sale made the Patent pnooc
lipfant, ) otlifr PuiuU-r maUmls.Alut t.I Special Master in Chancery.Nov. The work will be divided into small sections andbiJs FOR ., any This quantity Tar of Tar. free'by from l Bov's, \uuth'. and lufu'U, and Oetober1lS51. C PaATORIUS. U'
Hue Sovp4. J-'ine."u.JSJI nnd Jluir l Briihhcb, Lu. II, 1851. 45-tds can be made for one or more. I'rofilreIf the being entirely any ;i
dust etc is l best in for vessels rigging.
S the verY use -
wn J.xtrwts find & \anv-}' -of fancy Article j line eau be.seen at the Office in New York until the grit C.. ,
':".*" aud Phwumiawill alnavs find at tJj"l"ta1,1i..hrrll' A. B CLARKE Mh proximo ; aftertbat lime,at the Office of tLc Com- McNAUGUT I ORMoND. Crockery, Class, and Stone Ware.I WHITE & SLUSSER 0;!'
New Port October 28, 1851. 43 ,, .
'' a fuJliupply! wf e\ry tLliiiciJcJvudl 1 pun[ )' in Penacola.
L:1l tLe :lli\x'ra\ :nue. 191 ERe D J T T 1 J Lon, The country w-ery""bea'Hlir, the grading light,and -"VERY Article usually kept iu this live \Vholealc\ and Retail Dealers in Ci1pp'f"f f ;J'M'

()r.ri from the Country promptUf.lUd and sat- DE..ua: IN READY Min CLOTIIM AND sufficient provisions and grain can be had on the line Marine Bank. Jt Tin, Sheet /row, BriUania-J Japaned-Ware\ ;
jd.tc Mi gwarsnWu1, villi r"6nrll.11 t } ( (;JNrLME'a J\RNIIJ11G Coous.TOW of the they resumed the Agency of the above Dank, -
1'uyucimui'irv cni>l1 io6 ctr< do the work for fur nAVING ;.
.caabbonds
undertake to cash fur .
uiiy WIStl..uu.id. \ ceiving sit the Well known old stand) frI or ( : fcr tho transnotioo of bunincts. c. ADDL'"S, Bridle. Martingales, Girths S
) and the bond and stock will draw interest Parlor ami Wood J
"",. KPP1NT/S COMPOUND FLUID I I i\ merly occupied Clarke A Stillmah, a generaln stocK; Sight Exchange on New York for -tale. Snrcingles, Spurs ColLin Hames, Carpet Cooking, 5'9-.e t
I X. the rate-of 7 'ut. 1:'t
'ICT 01' ICeJJIT.'I1JII'r : ''*. \I't'1101'1teu.l.r' Made Clothing.urn. at IWre. per annum, payable THOS. J. PERKINS, Agent Bog Vaics.! Bridle Bitts.JsUrrnp) Irons and Lcuthets JUST received all trimmed and in complete
iu Pensacola New York
't.vt 11, 1654. 45filass .1 ioLing GIMMU, Cloth Ca5mercs. \''' ttujg*, dc. fom- semi-annuallv the of tbe bolder. or L'jtidon at October 28, 1854. Gt Sent. copy 43 also Strbg Leather Calf Skins tc, .. of tbe lsttianprovedjiittea and t* f f

IMMM in rwrtof 1 the following articles: opti'itt sale at redneed prices,and will uy sue&tioa .,;
., bidders unknown to the
Oils, WhUt-ir:1d, &*. Fine Itlaek Drew Frock Coats T cent perwiunlly of the will be undersigned Master Chancery's Sale. for neatness durability' -. :...
1. lila .k and Col'd Breasted Frock and twenty per payments retained for Bonnets.A.x .: 'i
BOXES Window filai oi1fd fjw, Iiu,'uie.. Biugle the faithful performance of the contracts. virtue of a decree 'Chan'rvrendl"rcd the Home Wsrk.Riacffir. :

100\ IdO' leg While Lea, pure,cxti i No. I. !; FMIIPV CH H C*<.mU iw,, do. do. do. It h die intention of the undersigned io hive: the BY day October.. A. D. iSM, in Wakulla Em Assortment of Bnnneta, Wreaths aDd in Ornamental Bead for &. f7utterJngv

f barrel Liutt* >1 OJI i I .. n urk and 10<,WeJCl.re rtliOvercf at8 entire Line of Road open for travel by the first of Circuit Court wherein Eieline, B. M. McGehe i i.Coml'lainauhnd i. flowers, < c. ic Tin conducting Pipes,Sh *k Qn. Sliett Lead Lead j

C LhrJOil) I Black 1)Of'-"in I'lInb< > March, 1856. Bonj. Byrd, Adm'r,Ac, of tbe estate Pipe Cistern Puraps. Skon Work .f every descrip W'-11
Zinc I'aiut aWo receive for five Locomotive Joshua deceased and others are Defendants. with and
20 Kegs I I.'IIIJI"V all/I C..I\I Ca, iml'f't Pauth I will proposal of Byrd Groceries.RIO tion done oetne spa4eb. .
2H!( packages "'irt.-pruof] Pint, (LKU.) and l A bbls.) Rhc.I'k aiM tnncy Silk Y ftlU Engines; one of 15, two of Is, and two of 20 tons I will sell at public outcry before the Court House City and Coucrry Mercaants will find it to their aj- t 1

2 kirrelit Train Oil. 1 M.l. CojdU Vniui.li) I Fancy Velvet do.d each. Also, five Passenger Cars, of the latest construction door m the City of Tallahassee, on Monday the 4th and Tjiguira Coffee, Old Government Java. Tantagtto give them a call before purchasing else., 2i1i

f.llirit! Tin iicatbt iu luircl. nud at retail.II. I Jc I. l'.IILI. 00. Clu l'm'rN'wte with the latest improved ventilators. Also day -December next witlan legal hours the following >af. Brown and Crushed Sugar, faperial and. where. h..

H. A)11s. .4 J.IAr8:1i11. do..b. B.: ten enclosed long Freight Cars. A l-o, fifteen long and described lands, situate lying and bemg in the Green Powder Tea Goabea Butter packed ia .- If.B. AH* mr articles are mannfactnred ,

1\O\'f'ft'lII'r II, If 5-1. 4f 1 ALSO ten short Flats to be delivered at IVneacola by 1st County of Leon to-wit: The W 4 of the NEt j of Soda Crackers and Pepper Sauce Old Winchester very t.t material and warranted durable- -oo

of J&J.IWLry. 1656. Payments will be made in cash. section,21, T 1. R !. South and East. ((80 acres;) theN Whiskey 886. UCM and Holland Gin Madeira,Port .other-will keoff red for sale. .. ij"m'the

Minrs, Syrups, Ac f A fine n!' rornt (,f Shirts Collar, Cravats, Black J. I). WILLAMSON, Chief Engineer. | o(the BEl of section 21. Township and Range and Sherry Wine, Onions, Rice. Tobacco and Soap. October 21, ISM. 4* :

LI) 1! While ami Colored, Xii and! Silk Gloves; t>.If allju..t- November 4, 1854.. 1m 44 M above, ((80 acres ;) the S W 4 of the 8 E J of section Starch Candy tTandlea and Shot. Snuff in bottles and .

0 Old Owd 1rdy. v"Clrct'"tf'r..11.['' Sauce lug Sticks. Cotiitn and Merino Under-shirtA. Jeans 21, Township and Range above, ((40 acre;) bladders. Powder in quarter half aud whole Kegs.. New Fall and Winter Goo P.urt }'rct'h J.ubl'lcr, Drawer) Brown, Fancy Cotton, ami I lisle Thread { th.W i. of tbe N W. } of section 22. T 1. R 2, South Ciier.ad White vine Vinegar, White Rum Poach Ft

'%II.Jcira I I. Slmd.CJ ,, H-JH- White mid C.Illf4l l Cambric Handkerchiefs) all Master in Chancery'sBY Sal .t' aojl East. ((60 acres;) the E 1 of the N E 4 of section and Apple Brandy, Americas Brandy, and Old Necur ;,'

fcl.erry 1/niiltrti, .U &&m.. uf"LUi are offered to tilt public on relUlflnahl'1 l terms virtue of a Decree in Chancery rendere4"iH t_1U 'Jown&up* me, Range two. South and Kant ((80 Whiokcy.rTXTS DAVID C. WILSON n

Portor IklJibul, j: and warranted as food M offered iu this Market. 4crtIltLhe) 5.E i of .tbe'S ;P: f section 21, Town-
.JJcoU-li Ale I 24th day of )aetober.A. UMi k.lfcoi{ UM
? 'WW'
receiving fman krg.
far.1inl' j Call I and examine. U t..wo South and East, ) and IS now Remiagt a.
((40 acres
1' Circuit Court herein Daniel Leslie. Joshua K4* -qip ope 'DS ; (1etbIg.
lalld ]
cu'I and other tm usual t
( v eX EaU
) : II. .fuIIII.t" Kct supply of "Nt
liup, I Novener4l851. 44. 'Vi-f of.tll SV 4 section 22 Township one,
l Itht1y CIicrii4a. 1IIwuL wards and Cutliarine his wife, and George Lgalie infant !iA Hack and colored Cloth Frock and Dress Winter Ooedll of wbiek vera seleeUd Vr k lt .:
t.u; vlly by Alfred A. Fi"ber hi*-next friend "n. Corn Sth of Range.two. East ((60 acres.) ,.,
110 UM
""i., ", Just Received per Steamer' ramper the \J Coats. Gentlemen's colored Tweed Frock. Sack in New 't &.jdpurchasedCQ n t fa bJ.
half of
Currant do. '" j.lftibsnU! and Henry Watson and Eliza biswife., IINd] ,7rsins follotlODe percliace money Overcoats of all tf U at ,docd
) 'lrllt',. I' and half Frock Goats kinds with an terms many !i t prcesb will enable
be cash and the other half in .
I'l ..l ( SACKS Liverpool Salt David It. Evans and Flora Ann hie wife defeu- to paid in payable
CWI I t J UUIOM, Ili4r1t.ny () are assortment of Pants Shirts Drawers Collars him to supply his customer and a >o
*' g\f':11', ,J 10 Casks Si Jes, 1 11 fur sale at one year after date, secured by mortgage on the land. may
JVar Mrau.- ., I 11 dante *' expose public outcry, before I; k. Ac favour him with a ea l. eJlber for cub or. ppro *d
tofl'r; Inaou rrylJiig 1 Plain Hum. the Court House door inthe City or Tallaluusoe on! ABCHKRJa, ere t'- at price, certamly low, if pot lover Una

.c,(,ar ('ft.1 atulI', ('I1I..r.' 44i I,I 4" Sugar Cured Hams, Monday, the 4tU day of December next vidim 'l gal ,. Special Master in Chancery. Hardware. in tbia city. They in part'ocnwl of' aDJ.boOM

.'&a.nug Extracts: Pine 14/ I I I 3 BbU. ijest Lard, hours W oasb, the fullowing described lands to:VtfSonthentt : November, 1854. t 44
ApI &staple Dry GoodsStattoofrr.BOI
.
-JHUlh.I.Ulin.. Halad) Oil, I I 20) Apples, 1, section 81, Township Range 1, North : and- -- E VERTTHISG usually kept in this line.GUN Fancy S and Shoes DnfiaaB

) lIlilll.llulwJ Ca1..riflflC I 111" Potato, and Wct; .. lying and being in the 'Goimtr 1" Rope Bag-gllg. Hardware SaADffj' r rfuaery..

*, "pni k1ht4. Cuter, I *. 1 Hl.il.) Choice Sugar L -on, and eonUining oue hundred and sixty acres, I **A COIlS No. 1 Rope Hollow Ware. Oroacnc.t

,1".11I11:11. (, J I)..rt .t ui.. I .1 Prime more or IUM. Pincbaser to pay for title. It)V 10 P? India' D" ; ;, ?.-20 Double Barrel Gona. varying (row I Crockery and War jfo aad SteeLaodCapj .

1I11't\tlli t'irlrr.- 11.) jj. .-\'IJ:8.: 1 H. Boxe Star Cln411M1. II. ARCFJER.T 200 Ib" B;gin; Twm. For sale hvECRRT O to (50. ALSO a gcoeril asorUntnt c, ltA'- LiIig and ,

..I'lfl, H;;:i. ". 1: t )t"", Kile ly ml: UY I\: WJt'LJ1I'llIlltr :-. 1.td:11 MaiLer; iiiCh.iiKtrr. i HOWIES. R'1'cokimitlt Tools.l Bota aadTrimtofo: hi Oils, 4e. .

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: IRfiW GROCERY AND] "....'LA'!'.(,-L w.annrAJ8III' BAOOT me. M.VU71AThJOU'R NEW COTTON GIN. GUTTA PERCHA WATERTEADE PROOF GOODS Notice. -V

T. DILL-If. LAWTOK). ORT&4 MARK.IIIGnr.RT SIX months after date. I hall' presmt my s Cfl0la-

PROVISIONSTORE. o PATENT STEEL :: rouehem fo tbe H.*. Judge frroUtr
NEW TOOTH CYL :
.- WM M. LAWTON & CO. THE JrTeiann County.s late Sheriff and '
IS Dr.R GIN whose,fjiilure has been reported Adnilniatltnr.i
S. KNIGHT retired fr-ra t'n.1M"! officio of the estate of
1\ having: OI"ll
still Henry tMm.clee.aed
fRs. through all of the Cottnrf growing States, I is alive Lt
L 1 V Clt mr>4 disposed of' iti< entire stock in of8rtidC..unty, and ask to be '
? sl lanb Cotton cUe and Ole Inst Cold) diclwred from
ro ) /drtors and to run, during season has I been SAFE and c'rt&iticurP for Coughs. Croup. Iai.1
trmde Ui tbe ant'n' t. we take iuprnentint A adminwtra'ion. DANIEL
great pleasure
) brought to that state of perfection which render its Asthma Consumption IC the LMIIU'. Spitting of L4AADE \ T. LlXnri
; onroelvr mnduKtro f the favorable BN. 16. 1854.
a* >r September 37
,E ; No. 13, Sonthrra Wharf, success certain. For short staple its great superiorityover Blood Bronchitis Ilooping Cough and all Pulmouory 8mSugar
of the
ftotice and
public penerally as
patronage vendorsofCHOICE -
c CHARLESTON 8. C. th, nw Gin ntrikingly apparent to good judge Affections. V Mill Rollers and Gin
FAMILY AND OTHER .Vf4O.H SepfDts-
This Biiperioritv coueisis in leaving the lint cleaner of HIP Pr,841. AMERICAN
August. 1854. 84 3mCopartnership Opinion
j.t GROCERIES, sit tie Old Stand of and kno'n OUR .;5es Sugar Mill Rollers I.L.
.
sad doe
more "ptn frtt from not cut The Louisville Journal Dr. Rodrr Litre F constantly on
: Jtlr.wit KIIht. e"i.t part of the following, Notice. break, or in any way injure the fibre at the same wort and Tar not only givt-.immediaterclietineiniuhe says: GUTTA PERCHACOMPANY 12. 13. 141\0.116 inch. Also 8.9 and in f'Wheel

'I "FL017R.:- Bacon Si i 1 Ie. Hams and ShrnUtl.lH fPHE undersigned hATe this day entered into a eopirtt.frahip time which imparting natural to to the the lint rtapl that when soft picked and oily by feeling Laud anti l cold) *, but. from the testimony of men uf the highest Newport Segment-September 2. 1854.M.V H. POND 35 4 en

C J- in theWHOLESALE standing hero oDd elsewhere it i ill making ome C)
Pork Pickled;
Bef. S-i-rnr
I- Lard Datl eln
; ? making the lint from the fame lot of lI'Ccl. worth} o

:I L .Clarified..Java and and, RM C Sugars>,!Te+, P.iwJereil Black and Crl.h.J Grten Lf.. AND RETAIL from \ to 1 J cents per pound more than when ginnedon I very The remarkable Rahway Register cures of consumption.adds: :. We hnve 'hemd itstate. Xe\v Bank Agency at New pO

.:V t Brown of nil kin I Is, Sperm,Star awl| Adaman, :QIE7cflt7BXSB the saw gin. ,!. by persons ofyrcat rpectal,lility. who )have, '2 NEWYORK'S r 1 lifE nndorun Agent for the F Atl ,
Per. UNDER TUE NAME AKD IPYLE OF It clenn the nI1an.t Cotton beautiful and will BANK OF \VlNNSliOliOS.c.,1j
Spe V j9'
thi nicdic-ine
I. *'. Cathup': of all kind, Pepper nnd"Worcester used! that it i is one ofthe most n-msrka
tl gin from SOD to 10 pounds day*, and no fur a" p-ire-l! to .lite.Mint Bill / Eyrla-nr/t. 0rJ:
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per Draft
medicinef the ld
S Pickled ,Ovster*. BARNARD & MAXWELL. IlJ1e vsr\ fr CIIII'I Ci *. hfluienz.i.Brontiiitis : *.
"uce. Cafr Sar.ln. Manufacturer have tenti-d it. the lint is in a much) .tIlma Pain in slde .. & MLIIp iJhirk 1 nf all kind A the nnd) Bren t. vpit- fitit1l
Mustard. II. Chocolat i '114
: g : t. will b* pleaded to nee their friend better condition for the Mill than from any other : 'r''n8 of the U.S A/a"M..r,1/ advance
ting of BIo'd. Whoopin-r Cough and all Lnn '. ) 00
Fresh and < shen Butter Cheese, YiuegarBice \ ft&I8 OOUqa
the old stand of RBainard 9 .
Haxh at
!
while in nnd
patron *t .re' writing order*. tc.
I Gin.In plaint, which if iiculerted. nnallterminate.: in ronsi'.mption
nnd in fP i anything and .ti uuly IThey: n of the Mortar corner of Mmnoc{ North Carolina! MecersTattb). & S"n. of Edgecom!' \ PATEt1 Sept.-23. 1 .".'. 37 D\'Ir.LAJD.
line. na..1 I the certificate: attached t ii th.adv.r-
kep in the eating -n etreetf, where they will keep Countv, and Dr. B. I. Hill! of Wayne C"llllt.RlIII,, ) ; .
tisriuent would this
seem fully to justify ttaU-iutnt.
?: -ALO ortmeiit of article appertainingto several) others have tried the Gin on Short Cotton the Medal of World'Fair nUll Gold Jfo'11! ICO Boxes Manufactured TObacco, q
Port Madeira and. Clartt Win",.hi."ty.) Tobacco, their line of Im inI'lI. and solicit the patronage of; pant season and nre highly ph-ascd with the rcwlLIn LI we i'o at. l 'Consignment.
!
which (': Institute n" lrI" d l for thupsgss'ds
i; Boeing, RJ. Twine. S.\nrA. 4c.. all of wi their fiiuuds and the publiC Texas the Nw Gm is bound to sweeplean.- This plant ha, for ir any year?, been found to l II> of ARKllMl l.lCvALA"i
\ SEOFCO.
$ offer f..r at > or retail on a* renionable E. nAR ARD. Jn. Cnpt John Duncan of}{ata onln. who purchnsed the hinguhir virtue in the' cure of airecti..ns the Liver Hi I.I.C. THE uIcrilM-r I lu\! 400 Boxes \ rgir.ia M.rnfc uunic.

tjt.1: terms for Ca.A or city accrp'anceM any other 0. TIIOUP MAXWELL. first two Gins sold) in Texi: tlaclarc that if he 'hud) More recently it was iitwrrtnined that it |f .*.ei>ed PINE s'l'jEi': where may I lie found 1 tureil lobiicco. of n-s.rfe* l q'lalities, put up "jti.

bouse in the city.Particilar February 1,((4,) 1834. 6 received them in-time to 'have Ginned, hU whole crop. it great power! in nrrestmg Bleediiif. lit the Lun-js.Coughs. Giitln Perrha Rno!s.: in (Ircat: Variety, more rare than I 111-.t Seasoip y I lot. and better .d.ptfd

V ;1 ami;' prompt attention will at all time* btpaid -- would have made a difference of from 2UUU! to SUOi\) of a chronic (hitractu'r. Ac., and of essential enicc in Far tiierior' to any other( Water Pr,H.f (}h.".{. m thensarktt t', our climnte. all of which will! be sold right to Mnw

9 to the executing of vrleitfar Fatuity suppliesWehavb S. W. BAKER, dollars in his tl\'or. all diseases of a pulmonary character. comjiri-in many deinihlenrtiele, for Export charts and Traders ; also! on time, to pood purlieu.

V. #3 I peifected I ytem of business tint wil TIle CO inch Gins are wai ranted to pick 1[00 pound Tar. a',id' Count rv Tnlll.! 'o'lIlIoi"fil' in p:>rt of Cif( CI."IcA. DA 'I. LIDIX

aMble us t purchase the newest and m mt d""ir'1,1f ATTORNEY AT LAW, of lint in 12 hour Tlie 48 inch Gins will ito! from I PiiueFie. Overall; .. Leif: in*. G.II'4.| iwi-afer. CsinipBhinkets Newport, September 23. 1854. ZS
gooJ*. nnd. at the *amp( time to keep up our tock bjconstant MONTICELLO, JEFFERSON COUKTY FLA. 1000 to 1200 pound 1 of lint iu the paine time, with Tlii nrtkl 1.' i i. now nniveiKally nctmo\'l'tl'dj'c1 to 1 lie, : II.r-e Cover*. CarrF.itfiCi"ih: *. Piano C.v -- -

V p neiitlnn-, f New Good by ul mud every vesd March 18. 18M. 11DR. proper flJ"- tl. and to run a* long its a Saw Gin ; nil the ilt most heilin.j 1111.1 l efficient upplicittion( ; f.ir diseasMlor era. Fire Bucket, Travelling I li.sg... Sur:ii-iil Arl idca.I Curled--Hair Mattrasses.
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from IW York and New Orleans., of failure with will be made raying lung, or any )portion of t lie fl..IInr IIIUF- Steam nnd liunIred of otl.er articleTi -*. CST reeeiv l. consignment
in case proper usage they euhir .. I Paekinjj ou a lot of fine
t fir tho hiin-uii 1 U nrlti
: of Stock .\. C. VIUiMKLR pal dv. It* mfihcinal mi.I I Il J
We Mk the favor of examination our
: r an .
.
: I '?e fji il* ire free from HHpIta! ":ar J oi.ir.| veryteirieioti Ii iir lUattra"* .. ilouble or single! -verv

if, before. purckuinij elucwhcre.J. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN good.Price of 48 inch Gin ?SOO. For fid' inr-h S25. T. l tiu.pnrvativ' in the(>raily 111"li'i.:1'nrrs i.f:the. 1I:1'rwtd:world' ) nnd ty nod, the.iiU lirvp : *. pli.ible:. niid Ia-ti...ot injiirt-dliv, f.itty !nf- dot weather which' we will sell low to clie.I .tbinM Ail
BRACEWELL CO. now
P.
3 d TALL \HASSEE. FLA. be delivered at the nearest ..It'l".tlr Jan-line; to the exirtr amUIi/ *cietitie mm. tfi.it the, preparation: :C'11 Ktaiuv. and im'ike Indiii: IJiMer.: WI 1.1.0'1' DECCM >. LADD

tcV in availing himself OFFERS his prof'Cfi.nal services to the oitiienn of purclnii'cr. nnda M.ui furnished to set the Gm running. in the eml iil.-nent Ilf Iii..lis.u vn >?ed principally POSE) AND}BECOME iTICKYlrt' CHEA '- New Port July 1:. 1854. SIn
t V4 The elhlrihr tR\t1 great pleasure : and \iciuity. Ollloe dr< dr East Terms Cash on ten days trial of thi.s ingredient.: In latH C"ii.jx. it found I.K and different from any other Gulta ercha made .
,:p-.4: of oee* inn. t return hi* m.'Rt grateful for the thank .f Post Office buildiug, immediately adjoining Dr.Sluh. There will beat Ik ofthe Gin* kept in Till to l Ie i> in uiareical IIM jinn-iiij ifn, (Ilofl.tTD nI'' *wa of"Amer in tl.n country '>r Europe.amiWarranted : Leon Circuit court.

tn lii* fiiet hand. with tl. public wlwh generally. been favored ver\ lalnee at the Brii-k Store row-ntly o.-c'ipi hMi'bsrs. \ :\ and) at I lii. liy it i is their prineiKil.| nnd. in fuct to Stand all CHmatcs.CEUTIFIUATES BILL FOR ACCOUNT AND DISTRlBV 1

.a-. since liberal fiint patronise he omb.irked: into h".i'IPJ in thil city, nn>. January 14, 18:.. 2 ly E. T. Taylor & Co. fur tie sale.of their *awGins. only medicine for nn unbound, state of tlie lunt;Q. ( from peioiii wh. haveteted Haley T. BliK-ker. Shforiff aDd ex-f.ffleio "rlmini\tn

V :.'-:. a. V. DOW, in retiring. lie rn-wt chocrfully recommend* the or any approach to it. 'I li.ti. nh,> are ncqiuiirited the good may bx seen nt th r Store of the Company. ff th Pl.statc: of Graham Havis and Charles B*.

.:tI I;' ithive firn: (to wh-nn he h.i: disposed of hi* stock in A. PERRY AMAKER, All communication" .1Jr/lliptl to the Agent at Tal. with I th. history".tthis hardy row of men. know that TERMS Linr.RAf*. vis, dceeafted, eompltii">i nt,
: V lahaesee, will meet with prompt at ti itili i n d'alh from C"mpio'' : i i.s unknown amoncjtheni I Il'h.e T*.
and C" 'his dd
q trale) Me J. P. Rraeewell .to A 77lT Air LA'i'VtTALI.ADASSEE Duller are invited to nan.Hie these goo>Is before
I\
.'& 1 1 frien 1 1. an i customers a* beinsj gentlemen iu eiery A. It. CA nG;ILL Am;T. uudical f.u-nlty in all I count rie a p|!liar to hivebccoiiip pnrehif-in (1"1'\\!hV itOrder I WiUJam X..IIlIVi"! aJn.iniMra'rr of John TTarf, fa
i-iU/i.: FLA. a\-niv of the r"lIt heidinjj Irt'ri.| rlie of thi1'onrlidt' (-eos.uI suit l aga Sst Nnney Lee. and William LT-
v-V V "8)worth.? of their oouSdcuce and IopOrt. May 21, 18:3. 20 P. S.-These Gin can be seen in operation on Short ana are now iiitrn.liipin"; it in I th ir prMflite.Dr. : X'Ctitfd! t'. any nrr.ourit on Fuort notice.:: i*. nn.J Mary. Li, wife and Jesse Havis, dcfmdnnta -
if. 8. 8 KXI H. Cotton at tIle eOlllmPII'c'nllwtIf the (Oinning l'TIO\-Ba'l l itpitut: i'Ii*. mIlI."f Vat,Iih.cl]
next '
.
.J 1) H .l.all. of Errand.! I Dr.) ( 1 IVItIH. of St Peter
:i, trW} October !1, 1S4. 42LADIES' D. P. HOLLAND, season at the Plantati"i of Col. R. W. \\ :!linm": G"-n. biirij. Dr. Iji I'rienro, of P.ui i iu. nnd) the distingtii-he.i: [li'dia 1 II 1,1..1', ti-s. n nlrc-nd' Leini: ,Tried( I in the mIl rkl.tTI.t'n.r..r appearing to ,tIe Court by affidavit tliat defend-
.v. : ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Wm. Bailey. G.". John ]Bniiu-h mid] W. F. ( purchiiers *hc> ltcll! I sr in mind tlmt nil g.-n- IT
EMPORIUM. LI..y.1'f Dr. Civper. have: IM-I'n.in li.; habit ..f COM.Inning it wiih Wiilinm; N. Hatw. resides bpynnrf[ tie )limi'i!
.l- Qniney Florida Leon Countv : Co1. B. F. Whitner r>fadi! I>den ('.i. ; other aitic'os t in their pri ciij.tii'iis, Anti with cit ii ev nine: t.'oiis arc stamped with '.e (utile mnrk ot the '.1 (tl.i State lint within tie United State and the tilrfeiidim's
,4-)1. ..... ) White e..mp'IIIY.: WILLIAM RIDER.Aiiir. ) .
Thomas M. T. ld J. D. Mnrriok and R. A. I'W"f'II.:i William Lewi mid Mary, I.is
I. wife
in the Courts of the} Middle Cir- ft.'M. 21 (, Pre.'l. N. A. O. 1' Co. led
WINTER m.
1 NEW FALL-AND IT7ILL practice Voting of Jackon Co. :J. O. Andrr.-ton 1111,1! dipt. t lJrtlnr/Co.t.rfiih n/Iu-f mi"rh'/J/! Jee Havi: reside in the State of Florida let not j ia
,''V :
c uit. and Jackson and Franklin Counties.Oetoh.r Daniel Bird. Jeffen-hn,
County unit J. C. MrGchtc, the Jlkldle! Circtit :
FANOY GOODS. tf t: 111'J'IJIilll': i is turned! A .r'n..w Ho(:Ens on the Florida Hotel,
23. 1 SS2. 42 Er and) Col. R. Harri* of f Madison:
: llI. County. It ,dPI ed. That the defendant
) m 0 William;
1: Vz4 stt! -t.l )p'ate! l'nnlt.,1HlI'pl'r) nroKtd rneirU-ltle. MONTICKLLO, JEFFERSON COCNTV.T N.Ua.
The letter from the Millft
ubscribei* arc now. receiving and' opentneon. 7 WILLIAM SCOTT Miiiiif.ictiriiig"Cmpnny. : Piie *1 per Uittle, or sIx I.ulf'f..r ?5. SoldwI ,I.> appear and nnswer the bill filed on or lfire tbtirtt .
... : publiidiod below givw tltlm' idea of the value of .
THE II E nndersip-ed givl'ft? notice to the, pnh.It ll.ndnin December next and that raid
I1' ; largest and b.< t selected I'ANC"iGOODS ",lePae! and retail. I.SCO VI L tt MlAD.I 1 ,'I. William
8lul.k
;% ;:'; over offered in Tutnhl8t nnll.e detei rTov AT LAW, this Giu for Long Staple C..ttou.HOLTOK I 113 Chnrtr.-s "'., b'-tnt-tn Cuiiti and St Louis ttrettP, I II lie that he /has refitted the lti>tel in Lewi ami M.iry I> ,'i!. his wife and! Jes t' Hsrii.do

: (- ;' t mined t<> aell them at prices as will oomniain! MONTICELLO, FLA. X w Oilt-an: I I. Monticello! formerly kept liy Capt. New- as' appear anSI answer the 111 l bill rn or before tbc
8ucl July SO. 183S. SO tljan Mnea. April 4, 1834.S. nmii. and! will l be prepared to ,"-" ai-itor* l Iy I 13th i fir t M,'fnliy: in Octohef next ; Mlierwije} the
k '3 '. the approval nf all bu)er aud of course insure II _ _._ r.e1I"1'II11r.. f.-r (the SoutLirn States. tl1 whom all crnpl.iioant's > II
.;,,I ;t eale.tt u R PARKHTST, Eq .order n.U't lie ")".*.I.1. ,.Novemlx-r.. The house is now in thorough repair : lJ1U.t.al; be taken pro Cf nf"*s.(r against ttlninres
: quick ,01 ready
V BAKER & 1cIVER, iind! wiil lie fo managed! ato proniote( the ('nifnit of pert jtely : nnd it i is furl lit r ordered ili};. .
,: We solicit an Hrly call from the Ladies of TallaImmee D'ar fir : VTe hire tli'llll.p fewbaloeofeea Sold 1\1.! I hI). II. Ames. Barn.-ird A )lax.l1.Sac.t t rnti!<'
., of the County, anti tmrrounJin Counties. ant ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Island and other lorg .bpte| Ci>tton*. C"_ T..li it.a"o-e; W. R" ;,'r" do Son Chattah.MKhee !'ll""fS nd) boanler Attaa: lied are good stable, lion ot this order le mnl.in i.ni t>t the Talhlm,,*

tff.v all l biTers generally that they may be fully eatiSfi(1 TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY. FLORIDA. which you say wus ginned on your Sou Inland Cuttoi, ; 1..(. F B.iltzc-11. M.iriaiina; Jordnn I>a- wl.cre every attention i i6 paid T. 'hi.'rs.s. Term a I I1II..I'rall is paper once a week for fonr months precetJig nd
:? llotel in
tIller in
,- '. "f the chtaprls: und great "'1 IC')' (Ir our Stock. f.i practice in the Mi{il lle and Western Circuit. Gin. i \vidii Qiiin y: A. H, WiUon, Newport ; Samuel a* at any the country. A lt Moiiday Decen.oer next.
; t. we are fully eatisfied that fir b -auty and varirty i'' WILL r FloiiJa, and in the Counties of Decatur and We regret in not having a l.irgrr *'Ipp!; t-f thU Pulehton. M .ntitello.: share of custom !'* respectfully 1i'!i tted. Ordered nt Chambers Angnpt lt. A.D. IF54

tyle our II.t1 t oannot, be turpasned this side (f tbCRICHLOW Thomas, Oa.BOLLINO Cotton to {Pj. through our work* : :i larj t-r quvitit\ Nov.. 1804. 44 4 meow* C. BLESS. AT Cnn'B.Its. j. WAYLES- BAKER.
..I ,d M'lVER would viMule us to judije, mol,' correctlv as t"tll" relative ; f"ntir'H/t. October! 2R. 1P54. Iv 48 Acgust 5. 1 t'54. 81 J 4m Jucf, .
.UpgbnJ M/uutin- BAKER A. N. John Burgdorff, )
..1I. II. A bROS. ) me:its of your Cotton Gin over the coiiimot: A1 : rflWIlLSalatliiJi SL.m sworn tn Notice. Bank of Charhf ton. -
4 Tallo1c,',. Quincy. }
: 30 1854. 89 roller Gin.With ?47 0.
b
Septembr January 7,.Ib34. 1 rm"niaii. J 'VTOTICE i hereby given that application will heJ1 /A GENCY New Port. P'lori.Ia.nL .
V our experiments on the *mall l lt of Cotton > i matte the 'sion .[ the Legislature 3IcN UOUT Ji ORMOXfc.
4" I Mackerel &c. rr IIE Deftiidiint; and! all other interested arc hereby at enuing <
.-:: Sl. JOSEPH II. DcPONT, received we ale of the opinion tha }our Cotton Gin JL I noticed i! ,.f (the I
.. ;- .. .,4'c :t DBL. No. 1. 2 In.13, Mucker, ATTOaWSY AT LAW does not injure the Staple of the Cotton and! thatthere tunial'le t" :i .Iii-ti'-e't* Court to he hM, at Talluhnsfee of the PeiiMjcoL!* aud Georgia Railroad Company, 'J -uiL' TLAMERS OF
( FLORIDA
V J.O Xo. 1 is an improvement in (the cn'I1II1'U nnd leanlinifrs
J ,' in I ".V2.Aneu J
Eijhtb Dl! t'n the l 1111:; of =" ('mlJt"r. A.D., Igl.I and' to nppenr 1'11,1
10 1 QUINCY FLORIDA, ol! the fibre, which will mnt..rialliIlC'pIQe, the Cotton Seed--No 1 1rrIlr
211 1 I'r.4 Sm S4
and I plead I to tin ime.: Given:' under mv hind. I !t. Humbug.
0 )0" 2 continue to oeonpv the office recentl oecu- value of the article amid reduce the -ost of 3Iuuuf.ic- .. -- -- --- ; in
WILL and beal this :!rd dav! Nnveniln-r. A. n.. 1551.DONALD undersigned; ( now Mississippi bet sr.es t Iff
S V. 10 Kitts No. 1 d by the late firm of ('. II. et t J. H Dul'ont tllrill!. CAMERON .F. P. [[L.S.]] Leon Circuit Court-InChancery. home, baa ma-le arrangements w ith tLc

10 Salmwo. arid tn practice in the adincerit C' iiiitiB 'if thf) Middleind However thc e are fi'ie.'ti-'n* which can be mor \. 4.1R51. 44 rm Albert J. Pickett nnd most careful Planter* in the selection and irrr-roTf

2 l Bjsee Cd.1 For eni.1 byBEIIRT I Western Circuit II,' will also attend the termt.f ":lti-f.l't"ril\ settled by "xlx'Iilla'lts: on a larirer __- -. V V uii-J John II. Gindrat and 1 'lVifCl lII/ul..1'ln J. t.- *up-Iy! { him wiI:! Cotton Seed for tJ.

.' J... [ d ROWLES. .> the Supreme Court in Tallahassee and Mariunua. scale, and) i in order to accomplish thw, we Lope: yon Leon County Iron Works.TALLAIiASSEtL r S. next i-n p. He Im' taken great priins to preccretlit

.). -1-, i'- Ott.21, 1S51. 42 Janunry 7, IS:'. 1 will) be able to furnish} larger jppie! of Jong staple FLORIDA.'T' Samuel II. Duval Adniin.trmtt'.r ;purest und f>et *.'rt*. iind! wiI 1;! ergnge to furnish tit
r : _ _ _ _ _ Cotton giuned by Sta Island) (Cotton Giu. J
your : Jirfci! W. t'I/'lu1.: Planters of Florida with letter eed
.1 Goods. [ U.sn have ",rl
''r Dry HIS I"n1il.l! (-1 t i i'< W.ill fIl; i.peration. AUflr'rll
'4 1 Master in Chancery's Sale.By Your I frulv* J- l.-iiig mmle tn appear by affidavit! HInt Joseph l efore' been brought to the State. lIe mill deliver
., v.ill;1 atl'-ndeii t I I to with: and I IT
4V' TUST received. Blanket, Kerocys, Osnnburc*. (Signed) J. L. DAVIS! Agent.Hu.llev prornptiu-ss W. FiVId. Sar.iV.. Powell. Cldoii J. d.l. TliornasField : the seed to the, i-riier of the Planter in St. UarliJo
; of Decree rendered ullvnik i ilmie with 1 iKr.tr.t'Mhl .
virtue a in Chnnoery on J i i lii patfh.All
: ( Ti-'kinj Kentucky Jeans, Tweeds. Flannel Fuiks Co. Mill bivi! Harris Fi..iol InntiMtii! 'idbeyoiwl .. New rt. during (the i.ext full! winter
'I. A. in Leon -u< cai>1' r pi i-r and will n.
; ; 2d, lay of Xo\emllr. DlSr. Limey English Long Cloth. Nw York Mill Jute 10, 1\:4. 2S:l tf kin.!> .f \\i rk. swimt: -uii Work. Mill \\11
*
._ 1 the limits of the State i-f Forill.,1; it in ,Ine; 'dtifi.lt.nttf''tl..l:11 to the i-lxmcter
wherein Leslie A. is Comjilainant (ill, (: Mill. Cir'-u.ar: : f f tlrtrlicles -
Circuit Court Saw Mihin
::1'p Thompson "Cloth -- -- -- -- ---- etrli.; tar rv.
) and Bleached
L Brown
V ''rij! Drilliuga, ,.. it i i" ord-ied that the raid defiiiilant furul-hfd. and the t.r
tl State of tie
: Mi.5sipi. standing Pknfcrs firm
: aud Catherine J. Ilnguer. Adiniaigtratrixnith Gum Suspenders, Merino Shirts DR. JOHN. DUVAL, Shufti'ii, Pulle. *. IIII: '_' -', Plough! Cit'i! !;!*. HraCasin <-
d' II. np
V annexwl t of ( ;
the will ThmnR estate ;", Ac.; 1SII!lr K tt'!. of size kepteont.nlly
Iagudl Meriuo Drawers M.rinri Hose Co.ton J Hose. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA.OFFICK any
.
| ;
l.iil shall! be taken be the Pg White 31ni the Vick
Mid others Defendants 1 will i.l out : HI! I.HU1.11 woik d.-ne in #neh an toTal l"'lIIpt.illll': :* J.r.> r"n/t es. again tihtrii. .an. tl* lift srd
Ire l in -ALSO- : AT TIlE COUKT 11OUSK.Jonuary23 iUti'iicut .. 1 ii.l I that ti'is or.Itr Lc pul-li-hed out-e a \%e'kin Little! Brown. Tic Lig Wit). Alexicunare tl e mct
TL of
irr rry before the Omrt ne < >jr City TallaLa Printe l and plain all Wool' De Lames will I. i-iiiio': Ly n*. with; a {-articular; regard
: ,
ce. t the highest hiJ.tr.} I Mond.iy, l\n-\ hda\< \ Thibbet Cloths Bjirge do Lame. Cahcoee, 1P54. _ 4 __ ti> theftre'i: ll 1. lIldllrlhilit") .ftlll "\Irk. "II!<.- iiewpaper prvnfrd iu the Middle! Circuit ol sought afrer in li.-!i".iI'f'i us tl.s n.rtro'iaUeitMt,
V but wHl either of the
Florida for the of fir months.Ax supply other itdetittd.Planters .
folioiriol ; p-ice
f S ..f D.eeiitLrr> within iegul h"I' ; C.taipett.ritVlVttklfl.Vfl: ulwajt iu rca.iuu to
put
., ICt Gm hnma Printed FLnnels.} Block !Sik.te! t Set i
ICth. wULipg address kim
... ocnbed pr pity in the City ..f T.illahasse. twit : Eiiiit.s, .t(, CHAMBER riipt.[ l M. can it Utdiacn
_"l, Lot number one hundred, and eighty-five. ((1 IPS.) in wile by 8t G. 4 J. MEGINNISS. \ LL person interested will i 1 tskc notice that six Tirin? will I ln. Iibi-r.il. and ro1!) work Ji-ne! ctri"thf.'r J. \\"I.O: nA KIm. Ju.lgp.! Court House, Florida, post-raid

: Block ff\.nint. ((50.) i in the original: plan of the City _Scpt.80.! 1S54._ _8tf --l. mouth afti-r the first pubhcatiiHi! this a
;.t.. ,.. of "scf. an.I I improvement* lbcr ln. fronting Embroideries, &c. I intend to apply to the Hun. Judge i.fl'rolatcs place. Liberal prices paid fir old I Iron Copper and! Sept-3.: 1.,:-it. 4n 26TGENCY April S9, 1PS4._17_tf_
1. '-'., V4 I one huudrcd awl seventy feet ((170)) on Duval street of Leon County for a hchTree from mv 1lrs.
received RIENZI !
from New York, OF THE / TNA INSURANCE co.
nnd onehundr and thirty fml$0)onClintoii8treet( ) JUST A.lrniuistratorship] of the estate of William IL Brucketibrough. I All letter mw.t 1.t.I.tr".t'l l (p"!t paid) to
_. in said City. Also three eighths of Lot number two Eobr U* idcred Huridkercbiefs df '.-aeef the above C.rnpanv.V 'ITE have become the owners of tiiU}?

bu'rtlllnd' ninety one, ((291,) in the original plan of C"l1:4I'R. ELLEN A. BROCKENBBOUGII, Adm'x. Matcb 11. If'.'.4. I''u will urive applications I'.r and make insurance I \ thorough bred Race horse, well'
V kaid lyin at the corner of McCartv and Boulevard ruB Sleeves, June 17. 1854. 21fimCheap -- - agaiiu-t !lo,'. l Ity Fire .." Brick and Frame Bui! iing _ known to mt of the citizens of Leon indii.tsii

-. .,0e..w Cjt. in said Ciiy, fronting, on 3IcCarty street Cambric. and Swi.s Flouncinp.D. P. B BROKAW'S Furitit Mrrchamltze.: tie..Ltnuarv I ( ) Countie having been owned \>\ CrT.TbI'N-

: ... -. hundred and scvel.l feet, ((170)) and oa >ttl Veil. Black Crape Collars. Goods. tti. 1S33. 4 D. C. LEWIS. a'3 Brown. i-f Tallahnfsee.. where},. he_ has. r-een r.tllr.clirl
.g.rI cue uu1emrr tWEBY AID SALE -- -- -- -
lixh STABLES
etreet one huudred and twenty seven feet I Jlalf Black En{ Crape, Stamped Bands for r1 'IH Subscriber contrmplnct! Notice. for s 'n'e year*. He will stand! nt the Stable of AS--

'i: ((127 i,) more or less and the three dwellings aDd Embroidering. 6& J sii'-h a arrang-ineiit in t.ieir TALLAHASSEE.: FLORIDA. THONY'MAIGE. in or near Tallahassee, who will
er improvement thereon.lirm French Euibruidcrin T Cotton, Patent Linen bi.ineiH :i* lIIal.... it neeofwarv to .._ SIX month after the date of this nf'tiee, I shall have control and) management of him for the present

:-One hilf. the purehnso money cash, nrnl -AI..SO- di-poe of their picent !toi-k of n."ITilia l hU
; the other at twelve months, l*annl eiirht per An acoirtment of Swiss, Mull and NauwookMunhn nt a good *upply) "f Watclu'B ot e\cry cKscription ) IH fj, 11,14 :10.11111.t I i-.n C'ntitKloriila.. for my discharge. us adnitistra- nil Hening nt the, following prfce!: Five Dollars for

V?::: intel hal, J secured lion ..n Ih.piemioea. *. Jewelry Fan -y (>ood!. Cutler! Gm.:. Phiti-cl put.lii'. hint| he Im; rebiii _ I for of Jfl.u Colemau .lerei'.ed.VANS! the single. errice; Ten Dollars for the Scasf-u. and
pm tt ldt LJ Silk and Cutton ml1?i"n. .., H. ARCHKR.JB. Ware numerous whi<-hthey( pledge largi St.il.Us. ut th>* oM! ) 'nt>d. utnl! i it IH Wprtpnred RANDELL. Mare traded "r old will

Special Muster i in : A J. MEOINNISS. thfineheto sell to cash CUtot"Ul'rll at greatly reduced to zm't'i'iunn.htt-! frit,..T* and ci.!t"mi r*. _M.iy 20.1S54.____ 20 Gm in every ease he required t.I l be paid (.r. We nppfnd
,. r 4, 1B4. 6t Chaner. September 30, 1854. 39 prices. TOWLE .t MYERS.A He Ill.! his itt tgnht., I to hi;* Stables! a 1.1\ "Uckmith lie following from 1;..\. Brown and J. W. Dabof'!.of

.. loTm 4 Bonnets &c. pill 15. 1854.. ._ KNails. Shop! wheie 1 1.1' will| have done, all lint, of Notice. Leon County m n-ftrenc to Rienzi's Pedigree, and
4
Plantation for Sale. -- -- I'lant.itio) work, Hoiieu\ .. ing. mid Cnrrhi e work. SIX month* after date the lerigned.; admlnJ-tra quality) of Lid

, JUST received from New York our Fail tnpply of in the very beet manner and with promptiu and <-f tl.e estate Thomas Milk. alt! ce>if.(l. latco arock.FOR)1AN i MtSE.

fik! T I AT valuable lb.ntnh"D in Jefferson. County, for. !\*. Hi'ib< n*. At. consirtiiiij; ; ofEnu'lifh KEGS on hand, and fur ale l..w bv .hi.j.itthi. (:Sa.j- lite H
ineilv thc rtljle'c 111f -v. Weeley Adftms. Embroidered! nod Plait. Straw BonneU, 1 00 HEm ,t KUST. NovemU-rft. IS..S. 44 111101 l voueher t. the H"i).ri.lle Jiiije! of Piobate for TJLLAHASSM:. April 9th. 1S51.
Mill. Kin1 the ___ _
;' .: ."' "'Itrll one u\ile.f B.iv1.y'a : on French Lace B"-nneU August 19. 18M. SS h. toaill) Countv. alit! a.-kto he ili-(-hnrgeil.O. The thoronph Ired Riter Horse. .E ZJ. wa rsisetl -

road (torn MjnticchLu tip Ntwp''rt.r'rtitjiiiiiii. 400) :1(11 Qiic' -n'b I'niid Bnu-U, ---- -- '- V. --_ Notice.IX B. MILLS. Administrator. I.y lilY br,1)er.) Richard T. Droll n, of Winder
.sV; ; e witn all the iic,'HAjiry Jinjir"\' (- .h.ut' HUaciesof ) Mis-millClnl n""IIt't., Fresh Garden Seeds. 1 j luontli !iftr d.ite. tin/ Tnlfll'r-i1I'l'cl. n>!mini* Ai:?I:' 1 ?. IS..t. 3J: fi'ii W/*tn orelanJ Comity. Virginia. lie was sired bf
.. .
tins fame eeare.t with c.r. Cane., 1't"I"'I.I"/I. IVdal .'.1111'." Edtffd B'nnets.l] received from TLvl buw'lI. New kl" tnttor of thee.-tute of ThoinjHou[ Ware, deeeaid./ -- Antuerat. who was imported by Ct 1.Join Taylor
Comoy
1 Cattle. 111"1 Farming -tisi!". K'.. u. Black Stnw B-niK-t, JUST, fresh S..I'cI"per l of late ofIrir J iMin (1",1ll..ri, ,:a."i11 pres-enf Iii- ii, nl 1 Notice. I Mount. Airy Va. His dam was the celebratedFteerECeinll ,

k 7a' gR Mill well nrnu> ed. 4i... anti old fr tho pnrp-ikt' 'n 1II1t'1 Ri )llOlla. Florence and Murseillin Silks, Long Blood Beet a.-eoiiiits. hii.l \'T..IJ.; to the Hon. Thomn J. CFi.iee..luilire ""OTIC hereby given (that an application wilt !, >, who was ired by old Sir Ct-.arkll. fie bliitincished

4 of inakiiiij a \'i"sulllllOltJlf( the 1.'{hU-.''. Saul Plan Artificial I Flower Pinehe Early Turnip IWt of I'lohiitr f.i' fcHJ.l ('. i.i-lv rn.l Inl. to 1 IM- disclwrired. .1." t t.c inade to the iiext Geuernl! Aeinlilyt, to inrorjM hm.self at R'nce at Broad P.coek"L St.

': tali-til situated in one of the btt nei.hl><>ihi ate a Company tit he Killed the Tallahassee and IfFeph Apilachieola l Fla. There is not a mot'
< Cubhnge,
V boallh and glt",1 Sici..t y in the County and withiu one Oil Silk Bonnet Wire, Ac. for ale by Lnt SAVOV Ci lb I..... :Novm.l 11, 1S54. fim 4.1_ (lllil...) Plnnk Road Company.Augut thorough bred hort in the United State

mile! 8prlIdit'ld; CLuroh.Persons G. A J. MEOINNISS. Ix-ttuo.!, .:"rlt.J )londs, --- 2R. 1"J4. 5iu 34 I (Signed) THOMAS BEOW.LE '.
wishing to puiehaee will cull on Jr.'WII"h. Beeswax Beeswax .
C 1854. -- - ---- --
September SO. S9 8t
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____ ._ __ __ __ Ij iig Saliiioii I I.:\Tug"),.
.: bzlllu 1' tlc-KK'Li. CD the .nlawj. who will thow them u American f il-.f" Turnip. -\"\ T ANTED iu nov" quantity f.-r 'a..h or 'r.i.lo. bv Executor's Notice. (;; a.rT.; April Oth. 1831.TVith .
Jr.:: it; I'UUt'; COTTON PLANTER'S' HKHRY: A ROWLES"Oel. I (SIX moMh. after the nmleri/ne) Executor of the ; a knowIefTge uf the Piligree the noble RI-

i"Tr: : Taruis e.*v. App'y' to either of the. subscribers.DARIUS Fur 8alt Improved IlntjibaL'H Turnip. 21.1PM. 42. .t Will anal T.f u.er.t ..r ArchiUiId Buie. Life ENZI. a* above dejcrihed by Guv. Er "'n. I can tale
V w nre-Eousc. by MeN.\i I GUT AORMOXD.) .___ '
( WILLIAMS. t -- oh: (:In,!laden C"tIIlh'.lll'f"I'apt"iII exhiint. his I
-a xecutOrl. accouiitand have raised! eight: Colts from him. Rienzfs Coljt
/ > /I.-- Nt'.tJl.It'mh'r 5, If54. Sfi Fromev!: Orleans VIsItor
; \* \ : ABN'ER W1THINGTON, J THUDSSEf\ PLOlUDl -- per "" ('}"* Before thi Judge! of Probate for said ire; Jar e and fin. and all how the lilood. They arttrenerally
!.>: t4wV. .* September 9, 1b:'. 36 700 Acres first rate Land-for-Sale.--- OA BARRELS Superfine Flour County, and apply for a final hettteinent ant!ilUcharg in color rich Mahogonv Bays, with Black

" (J'J :0" Extra Family loin the administration tlf *nid! ILfi\f: Manes and Tail*. They are decile! and the most Orperiur
STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, To COTTOX PtAXTtns and otltrrt of I It* and the ad p.J'j HK 1 SulKTiler .offer for ale hi* I'l'intati-ni Iving: 10 Hhds -oi.lf't. DANIEL BU 1C, Executor. Harness n'rlf5-1 Lave
Mi AT MUWPOKT. j<,itlng Count in f7urida and Georgia: ten and a half milee) noithof Tall.-.K-ii-Hve. Tliere 2 plain llani. ever seen.
October 1. 1S51. 6m 42 (signed) J. W. D BSET.
fills'mii underpinned till carries ontlic, abovebn.ines, '\ T E. the undersi:i eil subscrilx-rn, return to yon are in the tract. t-evtn,, huiidrid Hcni-ofai g''id Inndi 4 tierces Sug.ir. Cured. Ham, ---- .- -- -- October 7tb, 18:4. 40 8w
TIlE I T can b' found in the St.ute-ij: () clt'lIrt.d.I1I,1111I'JUlan Bagging and Rope.
its branches. Building well calculated for our most KT'ktful tlmnks fur the very JilKr.ilpntr 1" Beef, .* Sentinel copy 8 time _
L. LADD.) .'niire which line been bHtow up..n u. through i iy..ur '1' ir. W,MH|. On the. pr iiii es area good I wc:1- I 4 I.ird. I ROPE furnislud to regular! ens- __.V : V

Is.i dellp'cllin 1\-rl.: ;: September WII '"II. ?. 16.4.V *& kindm-s. .iitctw't )utIt.1.,1 l enquired in the I ing lioui. (;Jin I Hoiiite and Sei civ. with 111':1'' c.il'inind : 2 I.ird) Oil. N'... 1. BAGGING 'Jllnllhl;. D. LADD. Notice.

Cotton Storage. Weighing and Selling BU&tIl'III in thirity -> all oiher out lMiiltlgi!! To a g.Hii I| I'"rclw..r.lhi, 20 Phi I hater'sVh.i'.key/ :eWw.rt. Septemher 2, "l I S.14.; 35RESIDENT month*after date. shall present final account

Wanted. V mid, we 1i ir lIil\ otli-r our rervit-ec the ent.uing. KJIt"i is a rare onjv rtimity., Term nuulei""y. .Addrv 1 llh'l! Choice Stifjar, SIX. vouchers t tc. the Judge of Probate of Jetferstw'ountv.

imt Hides ," nt our old stand, and hope that our duty in the, me thr.uign the Tallahassee Pout Oil.re, fIr see the on 1 .. prime DR. LEWIS. Florida and make application for dis--

: 5 0 0 0 Dry vr 1 til Hides, also otter and Deer : ,performance of jour buciiuM heietofc.ie, bits been so the preinisen. J. EMOT.JutielU fi M be"t Spanish Socnrs.Fnr DENTIST ehnnre a* Ailministratrix of George W.Standley my. 'latr
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Skiu for which the high.- market pnce i iliehargcd. as to secure your patronage and influence 185-1 23 sale bv UKKRY: A RDWLES. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Jefferson County deemed.JANE .
Fi *.ill be paid by D. C. W1LSON.October iD the future. Very RdtpiftfuHy.BttOOSlE. '- _.- Oett..her.. 21. 1851. 42 STANDLEY, Administratrix.

141654. 41 & HEIR. LIVERY STABLE. -" .-.-- .. 18 i now inertuu; Artificial Teeth on the October 14. 1851. 6ra 41
(,4 L ; j September 80. 1834. 39 1-- To the Old Settlers of Florida.? new ami 1 improved principle. with

Classical School for Days.THE WILLIAM 1 II. KWSOM ._' continuous gum fn>m one side to the Tax
| E. Hi>icrr. late of the General) Land Collector's Sale.
Tni for the
exercise* in the School of the subscriber will Notice. .. : 0 U L D inform, his ( : rn\\ Petition Ofliee. Wa"himrt. n D. C, will other without eiim or crack rendering leaving them i-i.- place perfectly 'V virtue of the power vested in me by I.". J
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lodgment of food thereby B
resumed on Mi" *HV tlie Both;' ) (>f October. SIX months after date I fchill present mv final ac 2 :- friend-mid) public k attind I promptly to nil rlxima under Florida ArmedOccupation life-like and rest.iriiigthe original 1'lIt"uruf the face I shall: expire fur sale Ifire the Court IIo se deer
W. E!TON EPPES. nnd vouchers the "Probiite that he nlwat 1 be ( Ac-t of 1642 nnd I 1848. Persons. Ito, Madison
I to Judge of ..fMii may e found to defy detection. He will attend! to all eall in at on the second Monday in April Dexf. the(
OotuWr 1854. If, 40 : .lis..n C.uuty a* Admiiiistmtrii with th" will ansiieztd at the STABLE opposite the Jail ready toaccouiruo- were settler under the raid Act of 1S42 and Itivitigeolitiilit.ui so Middle as Florida for Full Setts. Those wudihtg Full (ollowmg It..erilt..J! land (.r so much thereof as Willey
of Levi Drew and ask to be date them with Caning.i II and Horsea.t3T I with t the lefjiiiremeHt* thereof have riot the
discharged from received Sett obtain all necessary information by l letter State and county tax due thereon fur the mr85t.
Goods !IIBE170N can
Aew
New GoodS! auld aduiinistratiott. Horses ut the I'ATKNTK f-r tfceir lands! have them obtained -
i kept Livery on reasonable term. ran He will wanmit. in every instance. *iilfiietion, and 1 nd the expenses inc-ident thereto, to-wit: The
& WHITAKER are receiving per brig MARGARET DREW Administratrix. I .tlT: Vacant L-U and Feed famished fi r Druycr"willa or attended to by the *ulrriher.Alco to suit the times. Terms Cash, or when called iorth half of the Northwest quarter of section twenty.

: .. a general asoortmeut of Goods,in October 14, ISM. 6ra 41 ) Horses and Mule cl.iinirt pn!i-cuted Air I'cni.is.Bounty Lands fur.prices in towi-shlp one North Range seven East purpn-tif

t Full and Winter shies, viz: Ho will exert himself to give satisfaction to his patron Sciip. Back Pay, Ac, Ac, ou the most reasonable June 24. 18)4. 25 to belong to John

Knck French Dwin Irish Liiv-n.Bl'chd Notice. *, and solicit t* share of the public cutom. terms. Patterson.ROBERT McKTSNY,

IVi I i-t Key French Cassiineres, Hud Br'n Domestics, 4 LL persons luring demands against ibm Etate Talluhns&c-c August. .26, 1 b64. 21 REFEUEXCFS.Hon. Potatoes, Onions, &c. Tax Assessor and Collector for Madison OtarfJ

Fancy Tweeds, Damask SkirtiuAn /, _LVihhiitrn: Jet>kiu deeeafd Iltte,1 Leon Coun. -- -- -- --.-- Lr.wi CA ". FJ. S. Senate, UST received teamhip Pampero from New Ootober 14.1P54.6m 41 _
Jeans orted Fhtnneli notified them COFFIN & J'HH\U1.E .bAM.. J per
to
: Kentucky ty. are present to the Aduiiniatrator COO"R':
: York 10 huts Zilch Potatoes, ft bbl Onions, 1
m ft Plaid Lin-e)'*. Carolina Stupes, within the time required by law, or this notice will :IP -A. OCf T < a. s 44 Jons WILHOS. Washington. D. C crate Onions 3 Keg Prime Goaben Butter 15 Boxes Wakulla Iron Works
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V V j, Printed Flannels, Manners do IJtI plead in bar; and those indebted will please Wake Address rOllt /'aid. JULIUS KMEIKRE.: Extra Cheese. All in good' rder and for sale bv NEWPORT: FLORIDA.
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Opera do Carolina PUii's, payment imrnediNtely. ARLESTON, S. ( Wahitigton U. C. J. P. BRACEWELL A CO. Establishment is in fu ojxration. All
now
Blue Denim Cnuton Flanntl I, JOSHUA W. SAUNDERS Adminii y coMignmeiits of LONG and fillS
-r trator. A SHORT STA October 1, 1834. 6n' 42 OctolxT 21. 18M. 42 wiil be attended to with promptness and
Drills Bcd Blanket, October 28. 1854. 8w 43 PLE CO'ITON. ant) iii!her Produce, will ine.t -- .. .-- ill work done with
CulicxKti Blue Red t (;r'u BlanVts, with their best attention. Refercm-c neatness and dispatch. -
, Notice.
t Taney CUll U- hut III| Work
kinds of Mill
All work. such Steam Work
Great ,
Bargains at the New Cash Store. as
: : ; lisb Prints. Negro BLtukets, 5ew Books &e JAME N. Llrlil'o3u'MadillOo, Couuty, or B. E. Ji-u, Machinery
undersigned i administratrix of the estate of f Gui Gearing Sugar Mill Circular Saw
V MorW Printed Velvet 1iosier', While GOt.lrgia Jeorgia Plains Kerseys, Now receiving from New York a large and care- Quincy. Flu.Septenibor. SO, 1854. SO [One Ihwr South ofG. $ J. .Vf in1tiss.] 1M1E' A. Ulmer,lately deceased of Leon County Shafting. Pulleys. Hanger Plough; Castings, Brw V

V l.nabu'C.' elected stock of Bunks, embracing every 4m MR E. M. FRALEIGII takes Pleasure t toii.fi.rm'. gives notice to nil persons having demand again t Casting Ac.; also Sugar Kettle, of any size, kept

V 4 heavy. Merino shirt, lepurtment of Literature, and with the stock m hati. '-- citizen of Tallahassee vicinity that be said estate to present them to the adminisftratrix. "rto oiistantly on hnnd. All work done ia such an eatsTklnnent

I' Draws a larger suit more Buried nsortinrnt than luis ever For Sale. Ia i now !opening a large noel selected stock of Dry }-. H. T. Bloeker.her agent, within the time prescribed : will Ice done by u*. with a particular rfgaru

Towel been ofTeied to this eouimnuky. lihink Book of every 900 GUNNY BAGS suitable for ptckinCol Good, and! a 'large *sortment of Embroideries and; ) by law. or this notice will be plead in br; t. the strength and durability of the work.

I JfapXm Diapc'-*, site, and Ruling Stationery of th. bet description. ton. nODO KIsS i SCOTT. Laces Lidie's Dress Caps also latest styles' of Head and' all thoe; indebted nre requested mak payment Competent Workmen always in readiness to put op

Scotch lowtst'p1cee for cash or Bankers Ca .w. Port Folio Eiivtlp.Bufl; White and August 19, 1854. 33 dresses, Capes, ie.. &c. Ready, made Cfi.thintf of every immediately. V Engines. Ac-
I AU offered at the door north of Mwsr approy..a uiamclled, different aizcs. Drawing and 1 Tissue Pal'r. description, a assortmentof Boot and} Shoes. MARY ULMER Administratrix. Terms wI1111e liberal and all work done strictly frr"hh

V creTlit at the Store one Hodg- Cut'ery Lithographic aud Oil Paintings, Bigley'sGold Notice. Hats nnd Cap, also a fine assortment of Jewelry and Dy n.T. Blt\Cift'Agent.! or accepted order on some business firm in Uutlace.

kiss & Scott 40<> Pens, with or willKiitfn' Mayunnl Nil ye*, 1 HE co-partnership of TUNNO PINCKNEY other fancy articles too numerous to mention.mv motto October S, 18M. 8* 4 J Tallahassee, oQuiney.
Oct. 7.1854. harrison A Blackwood'a Black and lied Ink. Also alarge CO. 'having beeudwsolved, the wiUseriber willcou being. "Large sales and small!Profits." Remember Liberal price paid for old Iron. Copper tad BraM*

_V variety of Fautj Article tiuue the this stock w entirely tww. Land for Sale.T All letters must be addressed (post paid) t*
MILES NASH & CO. JOHN McDOUGALL. FACTORAGE\ AND COMJHSSIW BrSHCSS October 7. 1864. 40( M.H.POND.CO...

V V Medicines &c. Octobef 14. 18l tf 41 WILL sell my plantation oa terms that are rens- January 21.1884 ZV IfewPort 71*.
: V Dealers in Drugs, on Lis own account R. Q I'INCK EY. Jr, NEW YORK. I oDllble And accommodating to the purchaser. It V

WOULD inform their friends and the public that For Sale. Office NOTH CosiiirKeuL WHARF. BREWER & CALDWELL Ke in Jefferson County. Fla, eighteen mile East of ERSKINE & DILWORTH,

ve on hand a good iortment of such Tallahassee in the neighborhood of Wank.enah. It AT LAW
aiSclw a* we genrally kept h tHrir line of business, FOUR small Farms h Wakulla County cocUtning REFERENCES. SUCCESSORS TO CENTER A CO, is choice land and in good repair with two hundred ATTORNEYS .

MM! will be receiving recolarij fi JCU enpplie. TfceirUrrns 81) acre ascii with good dwelling aad out IKGEAKUC t VTttt, Join FRMZK t Co., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers Coin and see MOXTICELLO S.S .I'1LWarI AND Qr1YC'cmC1Z,

shall be rittsoaable. + bonU4 on tbe Mm. r:iqm'riat dlil(Qle.. GotBDix MATTBTZIVCN < Co. *V". 20, OLD RL.ZF.V rnr ,oul'II.h ANDERSON PEELER. Dff' Eaxri. Qy.-W4 ;

I Tjl'J'U$ 14 O.tobei11V,14.. II I CluIttc'nSfjtut.Ur: ; ?, Ifcvt. 55 tj j Vt : 13-IU.4. 'U 17 .j :! U tl : V V






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