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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: October 23, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BYJON1&DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA., OCTOBER 23, 1858. VOL.

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BY AUTHORITY. I Kelrt'sentativesofthetTwted; Stales of Amei- From Brownsville, vii: :Maj John Hardin's,. From Newman to CarroU'nn. I f nnb
: ica in Congress assembled l, That so much of to Lake Bluff. From Doctor Town, via: I \ !!.-, Octnulgecville '.1 prorts5hma: ( [rb5; I'rcffssionnl

LAWS OF THE UNITED! STATES. the even numbered sections of hnd Reeled From Centre Point to Ultima Thti'e.From to Feroni.i.From I ==- -- = ==:':::=== ''=-

by, the Slate Wisconsin in the month of brownstuwt Little York Hoxv vil!!!.. .
:, !, \'i i i paraclifta te doaks to i MILES i HASH & CO. -
4'tf... CIA.-An Act nuVinz: Appiopnati.w for June, in the year eighteen hundred and forty ville. From Jonesboro' to Stockbridge. \'

the Espouse: :! of Collecting! tic! I Ke; ?nuefroiii CusHe i nine, to satisfy! the quantity of land due said From Wild Hens to North Fork of White i I From Palmetto to Carrollton, via I River- I DR.\LIKS IN I

h\luO.! | Stato under the act of Congress/ of August River. town and Chancerille. &
it enacted tIle St.'lIt1tlIIJ House of ; DRUGS, by i eighth, eighteen hundred .n'J forty-six, granting l'rom G iainesville to Greenville, in Missouri. i From Thompson! to Lincoln'er.; : -
Representatives of the United States of America i, land in aid of (he improvement of the Fox From Forth SniUi: Albuquerque', in the! I' From Franklin to La: Grange. I MEDICINES: ||J OILS I D II .
i in Congress assembled That there! lie and HIM; city, has
: and Wisconsin: rivers, as have bent! sold, or Territory of New Mexico.i From Seward via Mount Vernon, to Itt- I OF)
hereby if (for the! ofrolh'cting I inform their nends and the l: rereut sad "
jipropriited p.1Jil"
expenses contracted to be sold by said State its \\TOULD
I or assigns Fiom Marionia Walnut Grove, Lle'sFerry tlc rcund.I tit i of Lbs
!! tho h.\'l'uu" (from for each they un hand a good assortment oliuc
customs: under the ,laws thereof are hereby confirmed and Neely's Feiry, to Walnut I From Waresboro' to Irvvinsvi'.hiFrom '! I : EIJ-CTKO )
the I Camp. ailid: !? as n;s gererally kept in their line' of bus in."..
hall'.years, Mini of one million right hundred (to.said! State, as parts of said grant, From Little Rock to Hungary.From Blakely, via: Starford's Store in :Miller I I ,\tnt will be receiving; re g ul.irly: fresh supplies. Th .ii I by wltWi means a '
thousand dollars, payable out of any and the title of the purchasers declared to be Lewisbnrg, in Conway county, by I county, Curry's Bridge; on Spring Creek 1! sin!, hill: be reasonable.: thi oiarh! the tooth at the '
moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated valid as though th, said selections had been I Tall.halsef', April 9th 185S-: 14.i cit: ; a local Anesthesia,
I Galler Rock, and BJ t( 's Mill, to Dardanelle, I and Ilutchinson's! Ferry, to Quincy, Florida. -, -- "
together with such sums$ may he made in conformity with !a\v ; Provided, that in: Yell county.: Frcm Greenville: vh Woodbury Thundering ;i Dr. Miles XL Nash CllLU/WF
received from storage callage, drayage. and nothing contained in this Te has: applied in a
I, act shall be construed I From Mill Bayou to Chitteceaux, :Missouri. Spring and Tepid springs; to Thom 1ston. I
labor for said half OrFEBS HIS FROFESS1ONALMIaVIcSSTO: THe1TIPNS OFTALIMIHSSKK r\v reest! All agree. that
war. to increase tile quantity of land to From .Augusta in Jackson via Al- I From EHej-iy: : to JSSPCT
SEC. 2.! And be'it fuilhrr county, : aaosraanraoiaoeoraicr.Jrrcn r.i: !x in the extraction.
from enacted That I which tho State is entitled under the grant \McDonald: to Jackson Pc>TI. !, From Columbus I via King p st oft es. Gas-; I wiib Dr. 31. Xnsli.lianjodiate'j! : r.utdtLr i I *, i.ly 10. Isas.
and after the said; first day of July, eighteen aforesaid : And provided further. That aschedu'e : From Searcy: in White county, to inrerseetthe I seta, to Green 11.11.! ( .! I -
hundred and fit! ,)' eight, all laws and duly certify [ bv tie! I from Des I'rommericu Grove. ifay 10 1855. 20 ;
i certifletlJ
] governor route are to Fort Smith, at ; to halley !
ol laws i :.. __ ___ __ _, :
parts : which authorize the payment: of of the lands soid and contracted: for to Ca'lron Creek. From Vienna to Vineyard.; B. A.

the expenses or any poilion/ of tho expen-cs l be sold" prior to the piss.ige of this act, shall From Paraclifta in Sevier county, to Shoe- Fromllawli nsuill.', via L'ln(1n.IJLc ih! ; MEDICAL XOTICK. ,

of collecting the! revenue from customs to I Iw filed in the (:ener.il Land Office withb: tucket, in Polk cou'ily.! an..i House creek, to Irvvinsviil! --0- I It

any poit or port OM t Pacific. coast of the six months: from the date of this act. ARIZONA. From Newman, via now nsvm Carroll- Drs. Robertson Bond

United States out of the accruing revenue, SEC. *!. And be it further enacted, That From Li Mesilla to Li Mesa. let, I'cwden, (GoMgiarliacoodleC': ) Warren rTVIN( firmed a co pnrtii"T",lHp in the praclifof t A tin Am

before the same is paid into the treasury, e\ery, f'er olLl'ing the bead of a familn, widow !. From Tucson, via Sopori, toTubae.From to Oxrord101b.tm.t., of their proffsion. ouVr their services to 'lie cit : <
izcn- of riilLiliajs! cpil Rurroundin IS CHILDREN hID
shall be. and :*
hereby are, repealed.Stc. or tingle man over the of From Gainesville via Brown's and country.
age ttvcnty.ose Tucson via Sopori, to Aqua Call BriJge Oificc
r- the Store I5 d
C uvt-r lately IK'Culit'lI by TAPE
U. And l h e it further ( enacted That years, who, on the eleventh:day of June; in t.u h.. I Coal Mountain, to Cunniing. ton .t Ili-r gl.! ;

the Secretary of the Treasury shall report to I the year eighteen hundred) and forty nine, was From Wharton, via Tucson Tubac and From Clarkesville to Carncsville, Feb. 28. 'n 9tf I RETAIL '
the next session of Congress a plan and estimates or since that ti-ne has Income, an actual set CaleJonh: to Fort Buchanan.! From Clayton, \' Hoapee>, t-J Blairsville. ----E OAKNAK"I "-- i russian Am MLB
I J: ) J r.7 B. A. TA I STOCK .
for reducing the expenses of the collection ). tier and and ,
I housekeeper, has made other CALIFORNIA.: From Atlanta, vii Gainesville, Sulphur Ass
of tho levenue, in accordanceiih } impio\ements o.i; any tract embraced! in said From: Weavcr-sville! via the mouth of (tar. r Springs and Carnesville, to Hartwel! WILL fOAFIM'E TUB ,i B. A. :, :

the general recornmendalijns of his last annual even numbeied section selection, which the son creek, to 'annon city, in Trinity county. From Lexington, via Wolfe Skin, to Wat- I DRUG & MEDICINE r BUSINESS I rVHOLESALE !

report State of Wisconsin or its aligns has not !soldor From Sacremento City, via Washington, kinsvillp. I l. AT TilE OLD stsc!>, !'C :t 1 Bar of !
Sr.('. 1. And! 1 bo it further enact", Tint' I contracted to sell, is her* by entitled to the j Puta, Vaciville, Suisun: Condolica Napa From Warrcnton, via: Gibson! to Fenn's buninc the Initial*of the

the Secretary of ihe Treasury be, and he is same right of preemption, :and upon the sameterms I city, Sonoma, Santa Rosa, and other intermediate B.i-lge.: I !Only GmtUm. B..A.:

hereby aulh meJ, at his discretion, to discontinue and conditions as is prescribed by an I post offices' to Petaluma, in Sonoma From the city of New York, via Savannah 0- T.in MORTAR, AMES

all ;jiorts of delivery, the revenue received act ('utitll'dn act to appropriate the proceeds county. Georgia, Tlionusville" Tallalmee! (Florida
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at each of which does not amount to i of the sales) of the public lands and to From San Francisco to San Rafael. ,) St. Marks, to New Orleans, Louisiana. Corner Clinton and Monroe stJetts,T.klIa1In11sl'r. frA prii,1O, 1S38.;

the sum= of (ten thousand dollars. i grant preemption tights," approved September From San Francisco to Berry and Females.! From Forsvth to RlIssell ilt'. January 10, ISas.: S4 I
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SEC. 5wl be it further: enacted!, Thatno I fourth, in tho year eighteen hundred and folly From San Juan, in Monterey county, to From Boxvill:: tO< Sugar Creek. tlEDICAL IOTICL'.e ': -.\

collector of the customs, deputy collector, one : Provided, That this act shall not be Los Angelos, in Los Angelos county. From )Marietta via Powder Springs, Salt I

naval ofliccr, deputy naval oiliccr, surveyor", I construed to crtn\\* Visconsin any parts FromuLurn., Placer county, via English'sBrIge Springs. New Manchester and CainpVelltown I A. FEHLER. . . .. .J. C. KATr.S.: Dr. Wm.

deputy surveyor, general appraiser, superintendent or portions of said even numbered section selections I !, and Grass valley, to Nevada cit '. to Fairburne. I OFII.S lUll PKOrtsSIONAL:
} Drs. Peeler & Bates I
of warehouses, or appraisers. shallreceh'c which said State or its assigns have Fiom Sacramento City'", via Yolo City in From Morgan, Calhoun county, to BlakelyJrt O -'FICE adjoining that
5.Q associated themselves in the practice May' 8, 1858.
a compensation more than twenty five not actu:1118011. or contracted to sell, am Yolo comity, to Cacbeville. Early! county. flAy Medicine and Surgery- respectfully offer I I .
per cent. grater than i is: now paid to the officers the title to which is not confirmed by the firs From Sacramento to Stockton. H.LINOlri.: their eervices to the Public, in the treatment of all r )
and 'persons engaged in said services at of this veil cbionic diseases of all characters i -
section act. From San Bernardino, via San Gorgonia acute as as I
From Mount Walk
the port of New Yuik : Provided, That this I Approved, Jirne t 0, 1 1P51.CHAI Ross, Conehuillo valley, to Fort Yuma. er's Neck, George Sterling Peyton's, vii: Liberty Buckhorn Adams Office, "Wauleenah Jefferson co., Flo. Dr. A. C.
section shall not be so construed as to increase Jan., 9. 1853 _, 2-tf,
From Union via Hoopa valley to Orleans -- -- ---- --- ------ to offer
Post Otl in the village! of New Town COXTIXUE.'i
ce ,
the of officer of the .., I
compensation any I.XXX\T-\n confirming l >:itic n<\ oLnn1 Bar. I R H. BERRY of
;Missouri.
to Ilanibal
of in the Warrants uii'ler] certain Cireuni-tancea. Payson, borhood. P.uid\nce!
customs or engaged :
any person Flat (Union I
San
to Francisco t
collection! thereof. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of From Versailles, via Cliambcrsburgh Perry, I Auctioneer and Commission at }'iii residence.J .

.Approved Ju-e 11, 185S. RfpTOieiilaiives of the United States of America From Marysville. via North San Juan to to GriggsviJe! in Pike county. MERCHANT.AttAHASsEE I >.5-6. _1857.- -, -
in assembled That in all Forest city.From From Camp Point, Adams county via Fla I .
Congress cases Nevada .Sept. 29 181515. $9 GWYNN
'iuP., XCIL-.Vn Act to authoie: the President o in which locations have: been made with bounty City, via Woohey's Flat, Houston James Sales in two north, range
'he United: States, in Conjunction with the State: land warrants on lands which were subjectto Oilcans Flat, Chips Flat, Alleghany, Forest seven, west, Big Neck Post Office and Wood -Henry L Rutgers, .AttcI'z1o3r: :

<'fTex.i: to run and iu.uk Ole IJounJjry Urn entry at private sale, but upon individual City, Downieville, Mont., Christo, Eureka t"iIle. in Adams county, Chili West Point COMMISSION MERCHANT C T.\LL\'
between! the Territories of the United Mutes and North Poker Flat, to La Porte. James Rinkin's to \\':trsaw.Froll1 S -
thebUteof:) Texas.: competition were pat up to the highest bidder, From Sonora Tuolumme to ;Manpusa TALLAHASSEE, FLA. I). W. GAVYM i
county, the and Mississippi
Racine
Dakota, on
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and the excess piiJ: for in cash, such locations _._
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Be it enacted by the Senate and House:: of I city. via Rock Grove Broadhead TTAVING
I' shall !be and confirmed Railroad to advances Cotton Tobacco ..
they are hereby, if in made on or .1I practice of Law,
Representatives of the United States! of America Fiom Stockton, via Knight's Ferry, Hock the Milwaukee and Railroad LIBERAL
on Mississippi
all other respects regular, and authority is tI to his friends in New York. to ;l. business entrusted to J
in Congress assembled That ihe President heteby to issue River Ranche, La: Grange and Murray Wisconsin. Sept..'4. _1858.: __ S6 Cg" Sent copy tho'npreme Court, the U.
given patents accordingly
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of the United States ;Le and he i is Bridge to Mariposa. Court
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hereby authorized From Joliel to Osvvego. Circuit at
I Provided That such confirmation shall
;
and empowered to appoint :{suitable extend ; the only From Murphy's via Big Tree rold. to Car From Golconda: to Raleigh. T. W. BREVARD7Jr., Cotiiu; ftf Gad den, .to.l.'I
who ii with to cases existing prior to passageof Utah 'l'erritorv.From .. _'A.'t'torD.CY: : Ln"'C'V >n t )lmliee.
person or person, ; conjunction j I this act.Approved. I son valley, From Trenton to Mascouta. ftallIti' !lel'.

such (person or persons; as 11133'JC' appoi.itid I June 3, J 185?. La Porte, via Quincy, to Susanville! From Ottawa, via Buck Creek and Freedom I TALLAhASSEE FL.t.A lUrch 6.!..1858._ __ _
I by and on behalfof the State of Texas for Utah Teiritory. to E.ulsville. pril 24. 18:>l1. 17 _ _ ,
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the same purpose, shall iui: and mark the I CHIP. CLXI.-An Act miUn-r: .in Appropriation !, From Bid well's liar"ta Noble's Pass to From Belleville, via Shiloh to Lebanon. IIL'GIII. CORLEV, :HOGUE &

boundary lines l between the Territories of the f'r the Completion of the Military KoaJ: from Susanville! Utah Territory. From Kankakee city, on the Illinois Central ATTORNEYS &
United States;; and the! State of Texas : no- Astoria to Salem- in Oregon Territory. From Shasta City, via :Noble's Pass to Susanvil'e Railroad to Dwight on the Chicago and Attorney at Law, -

ginning at the point where the one hundredth Be it enacted by the Senate and house of Utah Territory.From St. Louis Railroad. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. uflLT

degree of longilud- vest: fietn Greenwich Representatives of the United States of America Genoa, via Eagle, Washo, Truckey From Rockford via New :\IilrordKilbuck! January 17, 1857. 3-ly HAVE,formed and will a attend-
crosses; lied River and running thence north I Ito in Congress assembled, That the sum of and Long Valleys, to Susanvi'le, Utah Territory. and Lindenwood to Lane. _ ness entrusted to their

the point where said one hundredth degree thirty thousand dollars ($30,000)) _J and the From Junction via Lindenwood White Yonge & McClellan, 1)1 IIOJL'E---------

of longitude intersects the parallel 1 of thiityjit same i is hereby} appropriated for l Ine completion From San Francisco ,'iah'iso., to San Rock, and Payne's Point, to Oregon. .A.1'torn.cys; : : a't Ln"(1V'( My.1.2858.: ._18

: degrees thirty minutes north latitude ; of the military road from Astoria to Salem J OS{'. From Line to Oregon. FEACTICE IX ALL THE COURTS OT' VEST FLORID t EDWIN

and thence we!>with the said parallel of thir. to be completed under the! direction of From Siiisun City to Nurse's Landing. l'romIattoon.: in Coles county, via; Paradse Office at MARIANNA. A.t'torn.cy; :

(y-f-ix degrees and thirty minutes north/ latitude the Secretary of '" ar. From Colua to Marysiille.I: ;! and Greenland to Vandalia. C. C. YONGE..J. F. McCLELLAN.March .
to the point where it intersects the one Approved, June 14, J8J8.: From San Francisco to Trinityia. Pctalum.i From Obey, in Riehland county via St. Tallahassee:
hundred and third degree of longitude west I and Humboldt. Marie and Newton in Jasper countyto a 13. 18Ml1lf\ \\7 ILL practice in the

from Greenwich, and thence south; with the I Ciur. \ .-An Act KoaiK to establish) certain Post- Prom San Francisco to Crescent cit)., via point on Eastern Branch Central Railroad. Beni. F. Young, State T T', md,die the District District, and the

said: on.? bundled! and third degree of Trinidad and Hnmboldt Bay. From Preston to Chester in Randolph Tallalgasee. Office
lode to the! thirty-second parallel of Jon.d-I Be it enacted of by the,the United Senate States and House of America ofRepresentatives From Crescent city, ,.Indian creek] Happy count,)'. L IJ! iaL: TI' .IJ! 1WI G.4f: J..Mf'gilitoUfO.: J3f

!tude ; and thence! west with the said Camp, Scott river, to Yrka. From )Mattoon via Sullivan! )Marrowbone ANDSOLICITOK Jan 301858.
second degree" oh! north latitude to tho Rio in Congress assnibled, That the folljw- From Trinidad'ia Orleans Bar Salmon\ to Decatur. IN EQUITY
I' ing he established as post roads : in the Court of the Eastern Cir. A. J.
Rivers
G;"rando. to Yrka. From Fayetteville to Elk II orn.] WILL practice :
SRC. 2. And be it further enacted, That ALABAMA.From From Belmont via Parcel's store, Piseada- From :Mount Vernon to Richviewin Washington &f Florida, and the Federal Courts.OFFICE LAW &
I Pine Level ;
Montgomery county William's ( : AT GAI\ VlLLI:, ALACHUA CO\- TT.)
such landmarks shall Santa Cruz.
be established! at the ry landing, to TALLAIIASSE
county.
via China (:"rove ) .
Fryer's Bridge Ioaticrllo.to
said point of beginning on Red River, and at From Oreville, via Bidwell's Bar, Peaville, From Springfield, vii Groveland Delavan REFERENCES: orricr: VP HAIRS ni rn J; B"JI '
I Pea River in Pike
the other comers, and on the said se'C'rallines county. Brush Creek, Meadow Valley to Quincy. Prairie Creek and Middletovvn, to Peoria. GAIT. .J. J. LI-CA, 1COL. THE POOR or IUK: ; : :
From via Macon Brewers- Ciao,ltaton S. (J
Jefferson to J. D. AIKEX: J. "VT7ILL Practice in the
of said bsundary: as may be agreed on by From Jackson to Vo cano. From Chester, in Randolph county via
FnAstit k THOMPSOX: ::' J JDK. TT' lon, Wakoll .
the President of the United States, or those I rifle.Fiom Greenville, via Tuluca, Rainersville From Sacramento City, by Washington, Stcuben and Worthingto, Murphysboro', JAMES S. JOSES, Tallafiatset, Ha. attend promptly to the
acting under his authority, and the said State to Leon. Cashville Cache Creek, Yolo city and Canon in Jackson county. June 6. '57._23_ count in any of said
of Texas, or those acting under its authority. I to Clear Lake, Napa County. From Table Grove ia Fulton county to Feb. g7. 1858.
Sue. S. lie it further enacted: That( the From Handy Post Office to< Jasper! in From Sacramento City, by Onisbe and Vermont I WILLIAM SCOTT,

sum of eighty thousand dollar, or K much I Walker From county.Lyonsviile. via: Nichols' Cailie's, andGordon's Waljut' Grove, to Georgiana Slough hi Sac- From Bernadotte, in Fulton county to ATTaaMSY AT !LAW, Isabella tfrtri ;
thereof may be necessarvbe, and the same rameno CI.untv: Ipavia. .MOXTICELLO, FLA';
hereby is, appropriated; out of any money in i I Chattanooga: ", Whiteside's.railroad., on the Nashvilleand From' Mokelumnc Hill!, by Rich Gulch to From Argyle to Colchester in McDonough July 30,1853.: 30 1 1 jan ALBANY: ,.. .-

the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to West Point, in Calaveras county. county.From. .
carry out the proUions of this act : Provided, I Frorn Lr.rkinsvf to Gunler's; Landing. From Knights Ferry, by La Grange, to [Monmouth via Ellison, Rariten, and FLOYD & HOLLAND, rPini abore HOTEL in :
I From Athens, via Good; Springs and! Gil-: A. iou-S of lie Georgia
That the person or [i'Arsons) appointed and Lcrt oro', to ;Mount Ha zell. Horuitas, Mariposa county. Bedford in Henderson county to La Harp Attorneys a Law. now ope g for the reception
employed on the part and behalf of Texas From :Nevada city by Alpha: Washing. in Hancock county. practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle TRA
From via Florence's and WILL
Talladega Ferry
ton: Nevada West Florida, and in the Court
are to be paid by the said State : Provided county. From Carthage to Appenoose. Supreme This and Furniture
Coos.i Valley, to Crosswell. From Yrka via Shasta Sada f the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni House
further That valley, springs From Florence to Winchester.
no persons, except a superintendent tor is determined to male it
From Cusseta to Chambers} Court House. ed States,in the Northern District of Florida.
or commissioner, shall} be appointedor From Society Hill!, to Tusl-egee. Portugese, Flats, Dog Creek. Churntown, to From Rushvilfe via Littleton and Birmingham K.J.FLOYD, Office Apalachicola,Fla. .. FIRST /

employed in this service by the United From Oxford, via WrJuer's! Store, to Fife. Shasta. to Plymouth. D. HOLLAND, Oflice Qaincy Flu.Dec. awl hopes by strict
States but such as are required to mako the FLORIDA. From Macomb, in )McDonough county, via 22, 1855.: 51_ Onsets, te merit patronage
necessary observations and surveys= to ascertain From Jones'ioro' to Democrat.Fiom From Mellonville, via Apopka Lake Haris Johnson and Table Grove to Ipavia. \WILLIAM: S, DILUORTU, L. ,. )

such line and erect suitable monuments :Mexico. to Chester. Lake: Adamsville, Sumpterville, Monroe'sFerry From Rock Island via Dubuqe to Duuleith and Counsellor. at Law Albany. Ca4 )ray-l.18
From Ledohatchie, on the Alabama and Attorney
and (HiH to ,
thereon and make return of the Fame. Pierc-Jville Spring Bay Iowa.
Florida railroad, via Haynesville, Lownls- Port. via ilONTICELLO; FLORIDA.
From Tazewell
Approved June 5, 185S. Washington county CITY
boro', Cross Roads and Beuton to Stlma. From )Marianna Florida via Bellvue! to Mackinaw, Little Mackina, and Armington TTTILL practice in the Courts of-tn4 STddle:: Cir I; ,
From Oleander to Wtrrenton.I VY tuit,undThon-iS and Lowodea County,a. JWa
CHAP. LXXXIV.-An Act declaring the Title to lainbridge(; Georgia. to Atlanta.! JOHH L.
March 22. 1856.: 12-lT
Land Warrants in certain Cages'; I From llarpersville. via Kelly's Creek, Coo. From Bay Port to Clear Water [Harbor. From Chillicothe via Northampton Long "\TTOULD" respertfallT

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of I sa Valley, Crosswell! Broken Arrow and From Orlando in Orange County, to Ad Ridge Valley Post:; Office to Wyoming.From LONG & CALBRAITHTTOKSEfS > V bae leased tbe CITY

)Representatives' of the United States of America Trout Creek, to Greensport.From amsville, in Sump'er county via south side Pecatonica.\ Loona, andAvon \ AT LAW TALLAH\BBKlvFx.A. Brown Qotel,) and will take ; <<
assembled That hen I Indigo Head to Rusbeeiille. A.LOYG A J.B.OALBE"AITII hare associated May next.: His untiring-.
; in Congress \ proof of Like: Apopka. to Broadhead Wisconsin. ir full ati.faetion to all who "
has been, or shall hereafter be, filed in the From Morgan to Columbia. From Clear Waler Harbor to Tampa. From Grouse, via Kanevilte, to Blackberry it themselres in the practice Law. They A24. 1855. ,
I will attend the Courts in the Middle Cireuit.tbe Sn- .
From Goshen via ;Mottsvillc and Tranquility
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the lifetime of claimant Pilatka! Station road.
Pension Office, during a From to at Bellamy Station. Courts$ and the District Courts of the United
preme
establishing, to the satisfaction of that to Reevesville. From Silver Spring via Orange Springs to Erom Atlanta, via :Mount Hope Armington States Tallahassee. Nathaniel...
ollice his or her right to a warrant for military From Elba, via Jones", [Hilton's Cross Station at Bellamy road. and Mackinaw to Washington. Office opposite CoertlTccfei COMMflSSfON

: services and such warrant bas not been Rouls! Barncstown, Williams' Mill, ClarJ's.to From Cedar Keys to New Orleans, in From Havana, via Mason city. and Stephens October 281854._IT_ .

'>r may not hereafter be, issued until after the Wardsville FJorid[a.] steamers. to Lincoln. Hanckel & Nowell No. 38 Poydru. St
iiealli of the claimant, and all such warrants From Haynesville via Hickory Grove.Surcs.m. From Fernandia to Charleston in steamers. From Mattoon to Vandalia. -0-

:Ii; have been heretofore issued subsequent to ..., and Argus to Troy. i From Cedar Keys to Key West in steam. From Girard via Lanesville to Litchfield. FACTORS.. RCt'fIto, 'Oeorjre SOY.Jamei K. EL

llio! death of (the claimant: the title to such From Gadsdeti, via Hoke's BlnflT Hagan'sNew ers. From Alton, via Harris and Woodburn, to -A JrP- 'Oeo. Wm. Bailey'

Vat-rants: shall vest in the widow, if there be Bethel, D. Drvper's, Cross Plains Narrow From Starke to Pilatka via Cadiz and Tim- Bunker Hill. "' General Commission Merchants, ,T. J. LInUn, E q.

one, and! if there bo no widow then in the Valley, Palestine to Esom, Hill!, Geor- mons. From Cheona via Fairbury to Douglas CHARLESTON, S. a 'J. 0 Putnam F..q.

heirs or legatees: of the claimant; and all suchvanKillsend gia. From Starke via New Re\ River to Provo city. e.' ,. HAXCXIL.: K, Y. XOWZLLS. Daniel Bell Bteele, E4q.,

all other warrants: issued pursuant From Jacksonville! via New Bethel,.Rcevesville dence.From. From Elizabeth via Avery, Gnildford, .' J.Aoawtot J..SI! 1lliIg. F,q.
to cxhting laws shall be treated as Ball Pity, Long's Ferry, and Matthews Fort Gates, on the SL Johns River Scale's Mound, White Oak"Springsand New rtIIgYwull ell every description of Prttheor. E. Betcfogton: Eaq.
JL all
Jferthandiu and will make advances
(personal chattels and may be conveyed by to Blue Pond. via Lake Charles and Silvvr Springs, to Os- Diggings to Shullsburgb' Wisconsin. eoooignmenta. ... on ()et.'2-1"185'1.

assignment'of sutlr widow heirs, or legatees, From Bruceile! to Union Springs. ceola. From Warren,via(J reenvale Ward'Grovo Ap\i111.1)58.". 15-ly____ x.
or by the legal representatives of the deceased From Houslcn Winston county, to Hctoby Front Marion Cross Roads in JefFerson Stockton Plant River, Derinda, and Elizabeth .

claimant, for the use of such heirs or legateesotdv. Walker counts. county, viI FiliboHowU".T.;Ecnnpheni& Spring to Hanover AMBROTYPES WAGH .
From Somerville to Valhermoso' Springs, Warrior and. Cooks Hiuhtock, to Clay Land- From Equality. Harrisburgh and Marion AND MELAINOT ES,
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SEC. 2. And be it further enacted( That :Morgan county. ; inn'. to Carbt>ndale. BAILBV. -r1c1 "'e
the provisions of the first, section of tho act From AfontgcuSery, ti* Greenville and From Little River i in Columbia county, via :From Mjrphysbaro'. via Blairville and Rooms' TAUfly Store. ;
rJlamord"illrug
approved March twenty two,.eighteen hundred Sparta, to Pens ola. Florida. Samiiel Barber's and WillJam Johnson's to Herring- Prairie to Mariou. o 'ff OULDtespeetfnfly bbass e.snd the

and fifty two, to make land warrants .. ARKANSAS.From Shoaltown on tbc.S J\o;' 'rinee Rirer. From Pinckneyville, via Grand Cote Prairie TIlE 1. Rooms ha&le"tsoroaghly the refitted and taken the old.stand (J.a.
urenowineieellent'eoDditioofor
iasuod under the net.of the third March eighteen LockxJrt'via A. If. Henson's, to GEORGIA ..to Coulterville. designed. The Public are invited to call., purpose prepared to repair :
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five. Monterey: From Jorsesboro'vbt William Penrod's andWfllard's Watches
hundred and fifty From Doctor Town to Holmesyille. 0et.n..185J'u: Clocb\
Hili(.e-eshoro'.
to
From Liberty Jackson Missouri.
[ to ,
: Landing '
Approved, June 3, 1858. From Ocapelc to Pis ols. In a workman-like r,
Fiom Povrhatan, vIa Cuba A. Oaks on From Troublesome.From From Caledqnia to Valley Forge. } White Lead.; ble ratea. PersoM' baring '

( iur. C.xXXnt.-An Act for the Pvclicf ccrUin Spring River, Major B. Kettet's and Myalt, MagnoliMo Holmesville Dobtor Town. From Dunleitb,'Via Potosi Cassvillc Patch.gro"l' Extra and No. 1, ground i';Pure Linseed ron well from haTin befft
Settlers on the Public Land in the State of Wi to Pilot HilL > via to Prairie da Chien, in Wiseon ilJ. PURE just reeeiTed! ,and for sale l>y upon baring them puUiigli
< onin.Beit I }From Green Mount, via Rolfs! Bluff I { Con. From Doctor, Town to Wayncsville, AMFSJfcUVKLY. OztAll work. \\ar 1 '
[ itu IO TJSCED.] "
enacted bv the Senate and House of nersville, to Lvhi. 'cndams Store. TO Aprils, 1853. 11. Jan. 1C, 1S5, -
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Curl not that beautiful lip in proud contempt, | The Liberia Trap. : Elections Abroad.PEWSTLVAMV. BY TELEGRAPH. We commend the following editorial .<.Ie t..cs

t i1tiian & Journal though you are clad in ilk and live iu hAlls of i Speukiug cf the shipment of the Echo negroes to : .-The fusion between Republican -0-- from the J'aritFt Visitor. It will ccmnie-cd itself a*

wealth, faring sumptuously] every day; for in many: Africa, says the Macon Teltyrapk.the Hawkinsville7ime : Know Nothing* and fishy DeI.1oerattunJ r the LATER FROM KUROPK eminently tru '. The question which *.e Lave prercnled -

. .. .. .. .. .-/J a dark cellar end comfortless] garret there toil with! (' rubli hes the following letter from one of I cognomen of the People's] Party" has succeededin .4.- __ __ ns i*. lietlier it i i" better tn preach. tLc
Jacob Wood late of Chureh. or to preach Christ, and ]let Cfcri-t tnl*
ALi..nAsLL : the m'u1i11.ittcd by ,
nitcksef *rho in their negroes giving the in
Democracy
weiry: flnf'l'r.l.e women Pennsylvania a severedrubbing. ARRIVAL UF TIlE rare of the Church ? At proper timei: H irm i-. ...j
-'--'- -. I youth were piood and rich as you. The ?h -tI cf Pulaski cuaiitv and sent to Liberia and written to I Both houses of the Legislature are lo- t >ngh to call attention) the Cb::.:. provided

's 3ATCKDAV, OCTOBER H 23, 1858.i f-uune lias revolved, and they hive eicharged her husband, t'.ie:: property of James L. Luinjikin. a I and .n!! the Congressmen elected except sone fouror I{ too mitch time Ixr rt tpnt i is it. Buttno gre.*

I _, I I plentvUnd e..c for povt rty and paint and to it m . to prer.ch Christ : *ud the durcu: us a

/ nr Mr J. J. TixSCnAACK ht b.e appointed agent be with you. A pr'tious ft'.cl.or of safety. tEen, is j one of a !hundred Mruilar i.i tone, received ly dif j J. Chancy Jones has been defeated in the NEW YORK.-Oct.----15.-The-- -CunardteimHp- : mutter of consequence, Still. and ise* rllw. It al:
ti receive SoWrlptlont, Adnremente! *<., lo the Florltita IIN1 f our iririster tv'r* 1.-* na lasts WhO piorified
rf JQul and I give receipts la the lame the i self reliance. j ferent tititen of this] county from others of the I, ling District! L y 1 19 majority! by J. Schwartz, Africa Cspt. N.; bhanr.on. lens arrive with Liverpool .'hrift in their daily life ift.I l HI. the pulpit this
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Proprietor* ( Mine. j I Hut, again some of our fair hands and lilly (Ill'i i same family, all imploring to be brought back and j Leeompton Demotrat.IOWA. date to the 2d ins?., l.t'in.ctilr..t" tb-v.! > ]later w,>uld be the must jvwerful aiyi3:i.ftt in favor e>*

suggest : Yes but it is no degrading to work De i i returned to the condition of fI1Yl'r,'. Such ports : .-The returns fiom this State show large than those brought l.y the City of IJdtiiuereJaviitrvoi. our liiiriti y-teai that eotj.f tKUaiLl" 't' ntyered
Bu: turn eecl---ioit'gi.-t* talk ruu'h .,1..\t .hur ;
TALLIASSEEnKI grading indeed WedtPpie such silly torn-foolery. j I coming from the Liberian colonies themseht] in ( Democratic g.\inl. and afford reason to hope that nt ton hP.'TTTl -ilc of cotti/n l.uihlit. :and altars and eurpliceft; anti then no?

OcTOBCk 82.-Extremes to-day from V to IC\, wit a dull t 1 he daughters of the itrniortal Jefferson were instructed one uniform current of linionr, a* often a 11 the least one, if not both the Congressmen elected! are for the week preceding the sailing of the steamer tiling: will Io but v. e init also prrnoh the

market ping at,SL la couoequeeee Mark of the difficulty of obtalciag ehlJI I: in the crt of cooking. Madame Roland J' few opportunities and till snOre Scanty abilities to ;!' Democrat were 4I.UOO bales; 1.60O! laic being taken on [ Church" in i'rJ 'r t > l heal mptiv hilly men and

HEIE & (X>" i the most intellectual and accomplished of her age, communicate will permit, seem to n* conclusive From Ohio and Indiana the New York Journal i speculation, nnil 6,500 for export The demandhas women Our love fur ll-e Kpicrp C..urch i.Lest
CLD. Jro"rr. f shown .r.Jl'I"'orin ti. make it the
.. i could prepare her husband' dinner] Show us the j jwoiran against nil the labored arguments of tl-e officers V Commerce of the 16th glean the following: slackened somewhat but bolder are firm iit bv 1.1:1 nv soiii and daughter unto G nirintutleudirg "J. Lrt

who has properly ]looked out life and orOl'llIllllf. the Cufrnizatioii scheme. It i is not Omo.-In addition to six Democratic members of of dimnged V
His Excellency U01. Perry has H.turntl lo the upon i consequence reports crop us strive t>> do lisle ; and the CL'ireh will speak lor
Capital: from his re dercc in East Florida, in im upon its duties and its tri tin, and we will! point you > woudeiful Mrybhould ding to it with a traditional w ho** election is conceded ,iz : IVr.elltlsa, Vallandigham ]- Con-td hate advanced aol are qtioted \ higher. Itself with a voice that will make itTLmrJ' fu.ni

health. to one hose !lips will never voluntarily a -k, Is ; fondues, if from no other 1Utirl'1It bear the t f. .Allen Howard Mnitin and Cox. the The quotations of the Liverjx Cotton Market the Athip.tie to the Pacific. We annex the nUU
proved claiins sixteen f Carcv
only majority < r
teJesrupli <
referred
--4 .- he pretty or is he rit.]" It is enough! for her to '! stamp of g'eat names. and conceived in a noUepurpoe. ] over Hall Dem., in the 9th district, unoffieiaV'l'erlusp' are the same a! li-ose brought by the Canada. to:
V This, we are told i i-> the way t' snake it j r".|'.r
)!xtru Train" : know that he po'seses a manly heart full of noble 'Ifiunlitie Hut it vtsont'tvcd in error oral theV the official returns may place the saddle The miles on Friday reached 8.IMII' bftle, of wLiehspeculators KICJI Its distinctive l..trin.III.olDin'r.L.[ ud kr.p
The t>f the l'enelA & Georgia sin IIg'lincL light who now thinks to better on the other hor. U also] the contest in I the '
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ulcrintcndent She is content to share IIT cot with says aiul exporter took 1,0m) hales the A broad and deep mark betweea us and ell other
Railroad extra train to Son the condition of his slaves thvia to l.; tli district i i-s vry clo-H- between Burn; Dem., I We hove *eer much eoatn> produced l
"i S1tcn nuh an one, and be sure he is happy. You will ,! ly r.MiviJng t market elo] <;'ng firm. The ftovk (':1 l Land 4?'>.'XWlnle very 'v
the 1st for which fare ] and Helmick Rep, though "it i* general supposed this course, Jie't oily !between F-"!' >aJimi- aaJ
Monday, :aHll.U. one only | never ]hear such a wife upbraid; her hll*and in mi*' Liberia He i is conriguicg them to an early gravet;t that Burns is dtfented.:' The Ohio Sfa rian of ] .. of which 428,000; are .htdknn.Tho others bet C'iihccpaiians: thftDlt H..Lu

'i be chsrfcd going aid returning. :ct the! aJ- i fortune or adversity-never fee her sink and drag | or to liitgfri'ig misery, as a reward for faithful scr i ivice. lh.> 11th fll-o claim, the tlrcuon cf H. F. Spiiirf- ( account for Manchester etc tsrfavcrable, we hive uevtr among kiiowu any convert madr in this

( -crtiseinentThis him down in the hour of trouble. You will ct't"rI I It v ill net do.nJ the fundamental error ; Dem., in the 17th elitrKt There is therefore .1 Bales being t>!uw and prices unchanged way that were ;t-o-1 fir tmythicj. Sown instruei

is a chance fur 'pleasure trip. | hear his difficulties greeted with tears anllnuienI ] I of the whole] Scheme lies in the idea that the conMitotionnlly : chance thnt the n -n.I>1'aht of O!'iu will ce-rne. up to Naval 'ti>rifi were firm. Pro5i ww dull. (011- tin al out the t'ut'rsti' i i" vtry ol..n' a>l neces
I I their number ll.e [i'I'C.PIt Cragre, nhich wits fur all its mto:1l1..n. utah t'f"neu :r.ttoru
; Aromatic Tonic nlt r.." I tat ions, nor doe she ever charge his conduct with I imjrotidtnt, thoughtless a nil li/y | nine out of I wet) wcnilx-r: n li are quoted tit VJ
Dr. Brad hat prepared a tonic, which i highly j full)'. She feels it her luty to cheer nt't to deI I African, ]left toll's] own governance, will provide IM-IVNV.-Tlie Democrat* hrvc elected four tnrrab.r nothi&'? Inl iir* through the j:rcs. t.-e: exteti-I< n e-ftl! ,>' Epic

recommended, by thoe who] lune tested incases pre*_to oneournge n'U alarm-to inspire! with himself with the comforts and ncc
of dibilitv*. dvnx-p i de. Wt are indebted it I fresh] spirit f'>r renetred struggles against mi-for- !; Iif'. He will never doit, if it must be done I I and Davis ; being II il1' two a* compared; with sitieratiem. !eidom tJr r e..-rii-ijr iO'.,. hiP forefnvuud. .
] laln-r and 'i the present Congn-i The Republican; carry theother Cal-le MIII res buoyant at .&*) o f t.?n. fe are very *i-re that that partIcular *eut
to him for a ottle. tune not to pluiige into despair and inactivity by I by systematic, perevciiug voluntary ; :
dUtrie-H_ Loon t-'iL..d} ii
Las tir thsoetmM
TIlellIlli..h lists f-r.ctWwrd ttr impoitatiou greater DIr.Htr! I
thus the l'l"ican'e! in I government
I -- j her repining Not so thce eag'r enquirers afttr i I' emancipated Liberia |I Our information lead.--* to think that the Rei : L=ve ben ; v all the ,Hmts np >B other
I affords. us pleasure] to state, that the persona' (VcltIs] stud beauty. I-et misfortune step into their ,' neenetomed to the food and comforts of a well regis j jlated i publicans have carried the Mate titket (no Goverj of cotton reed into Cuba. tlmtxhes or t-oItlt000-tJtti.ts-] our own Which> this

differences between B. F. Allen E-q., Editor of the i i homes and they j puur tt.e oTertlowing drop into !! plantation life, encounters the pestilential j ji j elected this year) r.nd a emill majority of the News generally uuimpoitant. ehett would hf>]Id Tlifit the Fpi*-.Nil ChuMi ij

S'i.llnel, and Dr. L. S. Duval growing out of rc the already] full. They plunge] the drowning i climate of Africa destitute alike cf the shelur : He>ue, Idle a majority of the Sui.ie u probably TIle decrease in the lriti-i revenue re'ttfn* isatttibn'.ed i! n true Church '. C'hrirt with an iliu-trum* ni".
j tup i
tlie c-f this I Democratic.SO, to the re-action in the iuccm tax. sod a still more illu,tri cent t. bicstion. in neivspapers city V \icliin beneath tile wave. Their spiritless un- fo.tooll\n.) clothing] which never failed Lira undtr aprovident i i and commi'-ioii for. the "toll.r.
have been amicably and honorably adjusted by the] j master in .\rnerica.Tha -TII CJ.RIIU"11 the old member have been :360, ronianly conduct plucks davsn ruin upon thorn | !1 points a* thoroughly fixed with u* a* IIItltL
I leeted to Mr. Ore who deeliaftL from Austria.
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intcrrctiticn mutual fiienJ of the j-articf. ,elves and upon| their hu-barsd. ', I| re- Congres except pool in hi'tcry or science. Jltritl. all thi* we are as

._- Young man! aI'011 en the look out f-T a !ifs; i i following is the letter copied! from the :'' Hi successor U J M.n Durant At-hracre] e>' Eighty millions uf frane are needed to complete well n- t1rl'tl! that tine tiuh spirit as Stu t>n Ltadtleil ->

A :1daleyou. Error. I 1 Tiuit ." I i iI i I J\nJuQfi i>5.lri t t. the improvements at I'herbour snort to i'* number and real strength, then
? Beware of those whose
partner lij's lire ever .
V all tl.e ei-ntroverMe which have l been n el about
Wo entered of the of few -- "
one our city a i idavs Prinee ] with
rlOrl'8 Napoleon met a distinguished rrvr >
whispering. "Is he pretty? Is he rich shun !j I StVO CotMT LllHRU, J \ { its dicipliue or a"I" I.ip. Our atteul jut now
since, and found ourselves in the presence of I them ss jou \roulJ the deadly iipa., for they will April llth 1S08. f Latest from the Scniliiolot.We host fruits the Emperor: .\AUxiuJria Warsaw.Tlie luis tents eallcj to the ubj'ct Lf a letter handed
take the follow {ron the Keyf the :
a collection of young liJies Being a little modest i blast! all jour life happinecs. I Ii ': f>etr J-rietHt: I take Iny ]'eti in hand to let you ;' : Gulf Kussian: : navigation company have taken J>o- u. wne month';" b-, the party"receivictj it. who
we shrank instinctively from the contemplation ofm t no that I am well at present. hoping these few lines V ..f the 9th just : ;; Stssion of VilLifranea.Advices probs.t! thotiglit it woi.M injure u. It U in fact
much beauty and crinoline who were i| Young lady 6uld you be, an ornauent tn rode will find you the same. I am well satisfied with I 1! We have been allowed t the] perusal of a letter from : however, but K ?|>ecitnen <>f nisushierof like tenor
busily I ty-a bltd'ing t.i the world] -cultivnte a character I the country but for the distress of the wars, which) ]' Mr. Fletcher dated Miami, Fla.. Oct. let, and adI :j fioni Turkey give accounts "t ,t ntina?
propounding the question to each other with refer.ence which will cvc:.eek the good and great, regnrdle-ss I rtiiders us somewhat lt unhappy the battle was font I dreed to hi* son in tl.i! 1.1acrt'to which tre. t'Xi{ against the Chrhtun ledge t. it'tIt i i" from one who apparent

to an expected YOUlt gentleman "I he handsome \; of all eI*l'. You then mould the ve.tinyof ;i V (11 my ground the .1.1'fa" burred th<'rt'. Captain I tract I the following : Mr. fJ -ill Seymour, has gone t. Japan. as CritUhConsul. I.tnd. the 7'ir.'i'iJ.} 'mfof; by lIel',ll'nt11"0 our
i he rich" I a humiliating fact, that i tony I II I Guy lie is ded, Saiiely molly hey wood, Dilly, John j ji We had n \'bit. Sept. 19th and 20th, froniTisrerj Wit-tern frontier and writes ism follows:
these are the two leading questions with a ma- 'I your ]husband and breathe the air of comfort and i j jj Andrew, old man Alexander and old man Kirk i if j Tail's party of Indian, fifteen in number irc'iiding! All at t'anion.LivEKroot. '- 1 was n..t't"rt'ry partial tt> the Epi-setipa'
"I.t j humanity around his tried spirit until ]he slmll acI i all J"J. thi is anna Ijampkin that is writing to you. I him-elf-thirteen men gush two boys. They are all ,; foreigners are juielly residing Church thinking its members bi tltt'.I. proud stud

jority of the ladies of the present day. It matters j I knowledge you to be the good gl'niul'lof kis u.ist.I!|I I know my huhind iimpkin, I write to V ]jHWiccable and express a wish to cc'nlimic so. Three j Sti Amssuox.-All markets devoted to foru-j but thi Im* eliangol my piu

not whether the adorable specimen of nature's j j I I you again do if j on please try to send me something I 1 tlifyounjj' Indian could read and write and calculate are unchanged. At Londui et>nU are quoted 55J ;, ion. At all event, this piper hiss n kindly and

architecture have two of common sense or ,jwm I| if you are :tih.'. Cherry anty and Sarry in dollars and eenf1 her are determined i iI I ( five penny weights of Gains principle or not-all j Choose your wateh-worJ "Is he rich ? I* ]he j bradahaw. willis bradohaw' children requests him 'I Ij to reiauin: in Florida ; they have plt.'ntyof money ', I which LAS been a great refrehment to my mind.

morA handsome ;" or, '* Has he genuine moral] Trorth *"- j to send them "nnwthing-Jo send your children I and My that all the money In the United States If'aTy Front in CurMiua suit (..corgia.Aic.t and uou could ljee-t I tu it who arc not themselv's
that is required of him i',to be a beautiful ninny or I! This shall decide your dcttiny. j something-we are dirhartin] end ditresasd-acptl '| would not bribe them to leave lureThier *hll to 'Tv, Oct. !5.-Tlare11" a hravy white I bigoted have met with uo religions ;paper whUliha
) a millioHare fool. Now we have no idea of fighting me ItlUdot1** nail shoes if yon arc not aide] to : settle] the-m-ehe down fl'i'l live in pence, to be be-eu.ro n it ful to me
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; fro-t South Carolina and title
with a man because he is fortunate enough to Election Heturn. { do more try and divide your r ilmll. This is anna ( governed by the ]law' and protected by the ].1"..." throughout (Georgia. I mean this year to get as maay !ulxeriLer tit .
i 1.1 II1I'J..i n.lIt'ro We are informed that litany are engi-red: in clearing morning. a* 1 run, for 1 earnestly believe that it miyl.tie .-
be good looking nor of quurr ling with ; be- ., We continue such returns of the recent election I
1.0 t i is another letter from '. the land V : land about MX: mile from tin- rc-i.htneo tif :!r. nieui.t tiC tluing muda g 1.."-Sovlhtrn (";r..1.
cause fortune has favored him with his blessings; in this State a* have cojnc to band since our )latt.WASHINGTON. t. > proofed i }..lttd'r.1 the Indian are now in the LVterni Ittore Gold from (CaITorniu. man

but we do feel like pit\ing and condemning the .-Hawkins 17S. We.toott 25.- !i iSenate. I "Lich the Augusta CotitittivnaKit eajs wall alI j I part of the Everglades engaged: in the cultivationof New Y\IRK. ( ).. 15.-Tin- ,1t'llu..rtlr vt the --- -

thoughtless young ladies who are.ever asking. .I Roche Dom. 12", Jones, K. N. f. House ilre>rd bj an (migrant from that place, who has : TOW rout.I West has arrival with Jl.tfM.ihio its .!MLATEU V FBOVI .,..r.\.-n afford us I.It'IIlurt tit state. city*
rv.id"d in the colony of Liberia for eight or ten ___ -- -- the };!.-field .f/Yrti"lhat.lv a letter (revs 11.;.'
he ia he rich.
pretty, Evans, Deui. 134, Hightower 10. Holmes votest '
( A that Miouhl l : : I". W. l"it-b.n., our Minister lIl'tllt llu.ian oar!.
t, to bis son, and which has been handed 1'ractice '' -To our Hretlii -AURIVAL Ol' Till
We firmly believe that there it nothing which t with this county for Senator. June is supposed to I ycai pa i of the Press. we lenrn ti.nt built him>elf. the mniilK-r of the 1 Ic-

: ha dane 6 touch to undermine the marriage relation be elected.] I in for publication. lake allx>thtrs] received in this < We would call the attention of our brethren e>f ::1r E Is gntion aud his family were well, and much I.Clao 1

-to spread glootn and dese-lation] over fami. WALTOX.-IIaw1.insrJ Weft ott 127. II MI c.N i country frim the negro repuLli", it is an urgent (! the r rc;s to a mbjeet! which interest them and the V with their exp riene-e thus far) of life in St. Peti-r
I njipenl for aid and in this instance i> ddr<*sed to !I ptti1dto a eon-iilerable derr; i-. We allude to the ST. Jonx, N. F., Oct. 18.-The IJmiuu btrura
lies devotion
a to the seutimetits in J. McKinnon Dun. Turvin burr.We
expressed .
& 195 lie.ESCAMBIA. i slaves] adTertifini: of the law in till the newspapers e f the Chip Arivl was boarded off Cape Raee to-djy by the] take the liI..rl)' of t copying a few observe
these two question. Far two many ]ladies of the V .-Hiwkii 30l, Weitcott 78 Senate : State as they are passed and Mzncd. There is a I: Bteani Yacht belonging the sociatetl I'res&- I ti'n of irenerul l imj[>oi-taiiee:

present day form their notions.of lore and mar Nicholson, K. N., 162 Jordan V U1.. if3 Mor[ j An; ist :th. :sss. )JI very treat Lick of :imation :IIIU.I1! tile m.is-ursas : The interest of the two governments (the Rus'an *

riage from sickly novels And {rom external appearances rill, Deui.. 136.( Houne, Williams, K. N., 1JM. Gou- i I (;irand Cape Mont[ Liberia f to what; laws h..ve been pa'"ed, as ':icli !' lion of Slit' bringtelegrapli account* from Liverpool to I : ami Ameriean) Uf' l-ecoming duily iiiore inti
I 1 f", Pear Son Mot;: the Lepi-litlure cl.e* Its lah.oiLvei: the pam : Oct. 6th. mate.. Our increasing settlement 3H.l tra-Ie in
Alone. To their] misinformed faucy. marriage ; zalcz. Dem., 127, Beck, D rn., 113. With two setts .
I once more embrace the opportunity of fending pliltt edition of the nioreimportantncts have to begotten V COMM EItCI.tL ( aliforniVand: on thi Pariti; are bringing lIS itt'iittertiitirot
is the eeed of ineffable] joy only and the future of Democratic candidates in the tiVM, uo other re- I you A few line, hoping to fiid you ail well ; I filII up by privatentsr1ube, *o that the l legal |! LiftrpiMtl Cotton Marlrt.-TIi* sales uf Cotton fUr with l'ixian lio.t.is'9'f.io')4 en the Amour

spreads itself out as a bright May morning. and suit could] have been expected, than the election of I not as I have Icon bat thunk God I mi able to be ]profusion may be able to ;perform their duties to three dujs 21.11..1.111111t'< rnrtrVet elofedI I River and the- Asiatic coast a* well i* with tjieir

goldenyears] dance in bridal] hours Such an ideal j the opposition ticket TIe'ote thow] however about, and nm still contending for the faith once V their e-Iicnt. and know in time what is the ]law of I j were ls"e-eiuns in America. The trade of the Ar.ioiuI
I delivered to the mints; I Mill hold up Christ to n the lund. A* it is. the regularly authorized edition i'I quiet but rtejdy. I Elves ia insien-st'-s.'metitjnr.! like f*>.K M> > HI
of married life be i
must into
necessarily a that when the of Escambia '
changed i united Democracy
are of the la's lor ditribii*> eldom] until 14lJ.tulf"Hre iteJ lull I and 'flpiJly
rerishirg trcrld my hit stfmon preaoled! before I n appears rqx> very yenr- growing very V
wilderness by experience] and chagrin and unhap- i invincible.] i I! wrote tH ]*tt'rTU from these word in Jolm's j months] sifter the ]laws themselves have i>een in OH* TIle Provision market was quitt.i i I Live eonuls under my jurisdittion throag-!

jtiness trill, of eoure, fokThe two unmatched \ IIEP.SAXDO.-lIaw1.ini 09, Wobtcott US.- j i I Oospel: "Lal .>ur not for the meat that peri-hietil ration. The only] way to remedy the difficulty. The accounts front the nwntiCictcrtnij district 1 Ariaa: Tell as in Europe, and their report anJercoiints

eouli are but held in hateful contiguity by a legal Iloune, Xi..b. } m. 133, Knight 93. !I| but the meat that n.ll1rfth for Etc'rllall.ifi'." I that we can see, i is, to advertise cacTi iawas, it i is It i V to meLringmeintoofileialconimiiiikationwith
bond while lu divided torrent !j! have niet with th) hoes t.f my wife by oath ; the t jn*ed and Mgiied once in e-ach newspaper publi -- continued unfavorable. n large |1'orti'sii <-f the globe. 1 Josh nifleft
they arc
bt-r by I i i, SUMVfEi.hjawkinsVeetcott :'j. House, |! .Ji.llO'r" Lone Illi.t.' ,s of tir-- or four y".ir* on '\ied in the tnt.. By this mean the whole body In London conndi r ere quoted tt tlf.} that the nctul Unia.of thi ftiee was a+ eaten

of pafeionale \er.iO. Ltt but thoe two tes. J ohn.'ton, Dem. 61, Sloan 15.I the 19th of Lnsht ainia'y! into the j 's- S.>- eD MPK1I.. sive and ir,1wartant a* it iWe have large Amen

I&Of govern her in the selection! of I partavr for i I DUVAL.Vv correct the figure with respect I here behind her with nitThe times are so j session of the people! at ]Icni--. V can MrreL'iit LoiiM-9 in Ibis city ; ansi ,tssesieiethit1t
KitI.nrJou .1 t the CuttwnmaiLtt
; b..r.t l.i-io that have hard work to t al. /u>m. ((;.,.) Stmtlitntfr. Spruce say market nt Crou-JaJt are ntor nnm.row* tl.uu thor
life, and iU a iuirncl if il.e J"c not reuh the. J to this county. Hawkins ::51. WestcoU 359. ften- we g> ng.I |
of ] wrvtche-diuss I an-i tiiid: ; i.iak.tne t'fit: I am b tr v"u all Tli' i.I," iipjreted here i i" one we have ofteni et> id unit for th* Gli:- qualities anal that mi.i- of any either Hti'H except (reut Britain. Thirterr.
acme earthly a miracle if ate, Baldwin K. N., 552, Broward. Dem.. S36.IIe .- real V -iTerrd In tivn. arriri tl.i-i fesiv Ir.wt; (ruin Chark-ton ani*
; :! ship
a I ttl1 wish voii lo have tin! !letter in all i tiling qualities were at a slight re> -
I every hope ofLappinera te not buried deep in the ue. BflrrUt, K. N.. JC5. Smith: K. N., 337Brann'uig. i linpti"t Churel u..1 t"y and! :(lid me a little help.I thoi.tt'a j-renting to our trethrin of the { resin The sales. fvr three i.iyi were 1.0It\Ldu", t>f LWIispeculators New 4)rhouh..a iI fi'h r"tUin, without Imvin?
t this :1."". We arc in fa-. f>r of it as i means of r..Ta nil!. atLas L. been
I years of deapair.Instead Iicin., 3i5, Iliu-t. Dem., 22\ VT* under: I 1 want an overcoat and sutishor! No. 11. I V and cacti took 1.{.H ba' .. t'eaiseil l nt lateri> ? -retn >re
of in these noiioensieal que- I| stand hat cue of the, precincts counted in the Du- i would also l he very glad to receive nnythiit thit frpedily p'lttipjr the pn.pK in pos e rfon .f i)t exporter the ea *. Vli r itirrvt trv f .aut irurease every
inJuring I j of friends Lave to null as iCl .ed. Wuiit the Flour exhibited a declining tentleney. Prices r ar. Mflnifact.r! in rofon are ini-resitiag imtoenivly
any my may fpare M they are ?
tu-r.s and Jlti D! concerning *""vcry silly! idler: who i i'ftl vote (BaMwii,) U actually in N stau cooLly, I Chillies, TvUtoCM t.r Provi-ions, and I lu-j' that pa s.iy pr were easier although ..luat.1ti"ntnro unchanged.Wheat nljott Jtof' o*'* ; and one may as. L>uJ* >feottun

wears a fashionable coat and Las a well developed I that CoL Broward i* really elected] to the Senate j yon will retnvittbcr the .gederv&ut rf the Lord, V V V -- was Jill and unchinge Corn was .lullfttid V Lcr every tEl,?' if* the ftrett. pn--s'njr' to the
TcotrMHii I'.LC .oLD.-Thl. ballioa in the
moustache, let her but aSk, Is he worthy of my I by the logil cite of the District. i and what it putii to ibm poor i* lent cite the J ot rail road fur that j-vint.
1 nomiiri. Iooil1 dull inferior
was
l i LoFd. Give beet end l<>re to all the Bankof France now stands at about $12'V-X ),O 0 quotations oo -
Le-t and We the my reflects
\e' rcasuc. judgment ddiLrrlQI present vote for Congee, as fates heard and at :$ 10.1 to -1. if.Haxrlinti AVf. Oft. I-Itt.
I Clnijti.in Crotiier and Sisters cud ail my enqnir- -II f.** higherim than was everlf.re held by qualities was quoted i Spirits 1"l1t
weigh the] matter: "en.an.t let the paramount question |: from, in tabular form, giving only such returns as 1 ing friend please] Kt me hear fn-ui 3011 I I.\' the return that fetabluhment and than > in vt Turpentine was bteady'at SS* 6d to 3' L. Cclfccqniet. i Sad, indeed i is the ta-k we perform, in *!..re.nielin
more i'/ttxu00
always be, what is his moral] worth ? Ha* he are official : of the M. C. Steven' and 'l'\1 will greatly ; ? the *tld.I u demis of i>n* of the must rLrrI -

I l>cen a d-itiful son and affectionate brother? I so, i j 1ldlth,:. Ircst. j oblige:: \ Father pray for m" that I isay prove t se>-si of the LinrcTt total ever collected ij the The this antics U nvt-inter- I i- Vd i-rnanu-utj of citi- town O r community has
news by
I- she may be sure he is worth hav ing. This lust lea Juek oC. 432 203 faithful until death V I5.iiik i-f Lll hu.l At the nimunceinent e>f the go.l but Lit ly Len relieved of a |j.tii.f.il niity Ly Site
Your Father O"L" DZ>T.I the hank of 1'r.iuce held i less than csting.i V wcI.t'ne int-hligcice that the *nl jeet i>f title n"!ic<*.
vital test for a devoid of filial affection i V pr..st'Yf'ar
young man :'Frnn'knn, 220 II I Irn'roCi who Lave rt-biderl in th;* and i No change had occurred in the affairs t>f tEe caI vhoc' J.fe ft-r n time !eeu ed Minpeu-'eil Ly a stsgia
country, jjStVfctMHJO, and tie! iu'.lux: in nine months has
and fraternal ]love is too selfish to make a good
; Callionn. *5 3 I V trea'h was cradunlly reermtiw Ler shattered
had all the ajvantaccs to be d 'h'e.l from kcow- I I te! nnd the reports{ were atUfactory. ,
a therefore been the of
: I i J70tK ),000. At flank England s-st
-
congenial companion. But most IlIdiel. now-a-day Gadaden, .J11tt L.aii1st hiT weheons app.-rans-e asits.egst us
not of the same maUrisl of which our grand tare Leon. S&2 123 ledge of the arts of civilized life, are unable] to eke die total at the begiuniiig of the year was ; MEXICAN NEWS all dwitbl at r. st. 15u! row a universal giwn per

I lout A miserable existence in Liberia unaided by $' i > and it is tliau ). vae! In th- pre.i n<-.. >f father mother, ltuslan.i l
:j..o/ now ni mothers were made. Had we Ore Mary I likeWashington's Waknlla, 105 42 NEW ORI ,\N-, OiL 18.-Uraro*tLif e* to the 11th La
and tLildrm. the of Hr* (;EO. W. CALL *
the happy tlaitx cf the Sou'li, in the name of hunuuity The lii-hest it Sl}J,O;' .Qt) spirit
j sum ever pt.'M.'s.eu ya" i .
mother, we should] have more pure JcfTersoa. 432 SO October eoptiun the defeat of (,. Yidavri by >( : jnt winged its flight to -te'--- it hs well fitted te
cheat i h to become of the poor miserable: ] in Ju 10.-, IS;;:!.
men like W Ih.l] nfton. It was her Lands which iravnilJon 233 Hi ramon, itt Ht'xil"The battle lifted (ilia" Juy. alerts. V
bail>Hrisn., the untutored .fiieptss she]. ]have -
jut
---- -
I moulded his character to symmetry and moral beanv : Madison 217 -278 ne.ir Ahv.iu-Ho.! Yidauii ha>l retreated toward V Stan-l lrm Vii.lerJ
been sent to thaI humane and Christian The IMrctinn in IlaniiUoii Count .
;|
-it was her prayers her influence and her instructions LHfayette. 70 139 V Monterey[ and na* paring for nn attack cu that The niccnwyf .Wfcwa eonriy *rc .titled

which reprct'cd and restrained the Taylor 75 117ColnmlM go' rl.n- IIt? Does not tar\'ntian-u1tmate: i, Mr.ut". EniTott: The important event came off p'nce_ to lit : .-verUMiftg prtitn s'if th ci untry. for tl.cneldc

growth of evil qualities and cultivated that divine ] IS bSO.lahiua J, and inevitable r-\\.ft.tion-.Inre him in the face ? i i ">n the flirt Monday in this ruMitli and one ciuet l.utteit lu.a jtss. 1--t., -feaiinK! know Xotu -

life in his soul which led him to take conned] of the 4 -- t ijiiniiite with the mode in which] it was conducted t' YELLuV FilYE'i! IN NEW: ORLi.ANS.: .'srl-w: tis ':V3tstt-t-. t. .t !loii. 1t-awkia.t-s.awrfi',
.\ 319 III I Fn.VLI1.t 1:tfci nov.--The Tallahaoe Fli OrtE IS. '
Oct.
od might le surprized at the result. Hawkins received :i. ( by wlvr
( of the GO\"Ctnor of nations. Did
battles not V Marion, 251 153Duval : of our manner giving the result] of the V IV treat; y.w-nl fl Kr-.w rtbimpsiu in that we-
he ] achieve the] Revolution if V i a larger majority: than has ever been obtained V < \ Saturday Hire tli'irty.! Mirl'rar and UoUbsun.IKmocrat .
as truly help to as 324 S57j late elections of that State. If we tired], it was : lion wf the StstantI *
she had led armies to battle ? True, she did it : I., eolely] on account of the very bungling end unintelligible lien Doronerat in the rcunly S3. Duncan, -V -- *, are leott-il; l.> the ll"! .oft. Franklin hisstit
j Naswiu. 237 C5 in which the i STILL LATER-AUIUVAL I OF THE I I-sat hcr-l, Jug lia >. kic* a majority of orer
merrier Florida made } pv
throBgh her heroic eaR, but she did it no lc* and papers the American candidate fi* r'!ftte Senate brat his
Santa ilosa. 331 ?5j up their ftatrinent \r e confess that w e ]hud to 1 E2 TJ IFL O IE* .A. 2'H end elec'I-ii-' ; ; e* lit the Senate, and Sloan
f this is just a* God would have woman win Democratic opponent 4:. rink, Democrat, for the ? native eountv.Franklin. .
every I, lls'u'shlu7zs for
j tevy ]00 82 guess nt about one-half the return Most[ of them 1 to the lower our
her honors and rewardn. through her brother hus i, St. John, 180 68 I seemed made up as though they were intended i House received n majority 21 over his .\m'ri.i | 11.\II F.\X, Oct. :20.-The llojal l- i Steamship The sun Democracy La* never yet -eli
] for the ] e-f the various i 1 Hr. B vell We all satisfied in her I.tsnilers.-Ieslse7, Rrptthl'tr, Cht.f.
b,nd or child. But, think you such a spirit as iniIborongTv 73 153 only 1' ape counties in can e prorent are now Europa hue arrived with Liverpool advices to Saturday i -
I which the elections] were held the politics of most i that Hamilton is Democratic.
that which mother sessi-d would 1 county Everyone
Wachingtoii's po' Escambia 2\.1"8 of the candidates being omitted and in I October 9th.! g Iron for the .Hain Trunk.
stop to a'k, I* he pretty is he rich ?'' Think you ; Walton] 2 X> 127 I the office for which th.'re running.XatannaJi many cases i will admit it. The above resull] f'hoit, and i if V COMMERCIAL.Littrfont ) The tir-t i>lii| -Liael of iron for the Atlantic anti
I 1 were taken tho' to ] Ciu'f; lUiln>ad-l"o ton-arrived in Savannah e-r
she would measure his worth by the broadcloth 1 Wuhill ;ton. 178 25 Jitpnblifan, Oct. 19 pains by e competent explain Cotton Jltlrld.-llle sale of cotton fur nchooiier Ellen
the
which he wore or the] gold-headed cane which he j Suuipter. 27 60 I. These remarks nre not applicable] to the s'ate- trntJifuHy policy of the Democratic party there the week reach 45,000 bales. Thv market has been | Monday hurls. Some, the 2 I,lIlt$XH) in-t ton.-, more by or enough to lay

.sported Think you such a woman would marry j Heniando, !>9 148 m'nts made up" and published] in the 11uridiaor.'I would be, no mere trouble! in succeeding here than sluggish, but piice are unehangeil. Holders ]have [V tw<-nty-fv>ur mile of road, have been purchased inI

I alhwin for his pretty face or hh profuso whiskers? i I'I Except} in very rare instances, we always give the I in JefTcrsem or Leon county. But w'e are sadly ne offered freely, but have not pressed their stocks on I Philndelphia and in England, and are now, nays the
The I glected and our take advantage of tide j R-j>nbliran, on the way lo Savannah, to arrive durinir -
beanity which such a soul would crave would] 5.9C6 3,719 politics of the candidates and invariably] specify the opponents the market, and November. Bain&riJyeAryM
the month -
I fact and mion trne the intentions of the ]leaders present
l>e pure-rvundcdness. sincerity and spotless] moral These return give Judge Hawkins a majority of offices for which they run. In the case of Hawkinsand : Brcadituffi a'e very dull aadpro\ r-ioiw o rite in Oct. 2O. _

character. Site would] care very little for the dandy 2,247. Tho Counties to hear from are Holmes, Liberty Westeott, however we ]have purposely omitted :, of the party. The int=t glaring untruths are told] i i active. V V
; Democrats and unable t convince S *vv Ce>TTos Srtw.-We Lave recently examin. -
of the on us as we are >
t Apollos present age, with their faultless forms Volusia, Orange, Brevard and Monroe.C3F" the office, supposing that they are both well knownas i < MnnchiTlti advices continued, unfavorable.] .-d the m.>dt 1 of n new cot tin screw the in'veiition
In perfect coat* 5I1'InU.vlnte hand in Paris { the people] to the contrary, owing to the great: d's
; glovesand The vote of Liberty"for Assemblymen] liftS contestants for a scat in CoagreF of t;. U. II.-U'U. <..f this county, which we think is
dimtpvtiTeeet in French boots. She would been received but the officialVeturus fur Congressare I :1 advantage attending this neglect.] I. for one, do I AURIYAL OF TIlEXGI.O SAXON. i M-perior in its ("orftructiou to any other screw we

understand that where so much time was expended omitted in the] certificate. We call the atten CONVENTION?.-As we IIathe same right to I complain of this, and hope that our Democratic t t rev, O(t !'.).-The ..t'llm"l.ipngJo| Saxon hmi I Lave ern. It ce-mbines nrnplieity of eoniraetion

in brushing up and bWutifiiqg the outworks they I change our position a* any one cle, no one need be j friends will direct their attention t-> it. Not that I i i arrived hut her news was generally antici|'ated. i and .-ie pnes% with! srngtli and fpeed, and oseupit's -
thou! -f the Judge of Probate of that to this
county i small not evreedinij MX Ly tent
must necessarily] bare neglected lo fortify the cita. f t fact. I alarmed Convention or surprised before the to nest tin.1 dt'ctiWholL ns the advocate of j ever expert to be benefitted by it ; for I acre trill Mr. Ilenly,the engineer. hasdi-paired working fret mjiiarc a very It may AJWC be put up ire the gin hones.

del within. She would] that untrod position be a tatuli'lilt for ($!{ uudir any rircvmxtanfr ; the Atlantic Telegraph in its '-ent cOD.IitilJln.-, and
argu as an I Dr. Wetcott will occupy about that time we I cay pre 4 h ing: the top extruding into list cotton room,

path may lead to a deserted Uiouse, so a craooth I, FLORIDA.-We have some further returns from the I cannot tell, but imagine he will l be in for Conventions I I am a Democrat from principle, nnJ it is for the The ehares of the CompJinjhave been lIinl'tt may be driven by a bell connecting with the gin

[i forehead may point to an empty jbrnin.Let I, Florida election and they still leave the result] of I too.-Jafktoneitle RtjuiblicaH, Oct. 9.So 1: success and triumphant vindication e Ir Democratic .!150.I i gearing" A horse at ordinary work peed w ill pack

us hear less of tHy foolisN bantering about i the inclined contest at present for the Legitiature to think that in doubt.4he Democratshave We are I that the anti-convention war, during the ]late ;( principles] that I contend with our opponents. I I The Drilish Government arc considering the es1 a MX bale hundred of cotton potands.Iiws-sli in three or four i fttntiiel.minute*, weighing.

beauty and w,81th-this dcpicrJd e quizzing Is I' a majority in the House. au
lie pretty is he rich V-and let *sl s"e moreliomage the Senate.-C vnbut Equirtr Od. 1t. I trick : brought out their candidates and did not say one American colonies from the .\.tlantkto the Pacific.Ilciit. ; ilotirt5.
trin1 ;
paid to real merit. We are always sure to place To ----- --- word as to principle; ] and ran toldy upon the ;
relieve .>ur Ceorjtin cotftnporary, we vrilj A new is thus of __
weapon or fire-arm spoken by YJatar, a Delegate to ('ongres'
that much below who Is "ro'ng--
that the
lady Democratic
constantly ground was
par prat.ing party
state that the Senate will be composed of 16 Democrats the New Orleans Crescent : Several months I | W.tsuisuiox, Oct. 19.-Lieut. Maury[ has been
and gabbling about handftvmc' faces and well ago I Though this may seem strange, it is neverthelesstrue. I i; THE GREAT EHOLISH REMEDY.
to 6 opposition-the] House of about 31 Democrats noticed ] made f elected from Arizona the
w <
e an application by Mr. A. Le Mat ( delegate toCongriw by JAME3 CLAKKtTb CcLKsurcv 1EMALE PILLS
filled She never to be SIK
purses. expects a help.meet In ordepto elect Mr. Duncan at all, under
to 14 opposition. The opposition Senators of this city for a patent for an improved revolverof Totes of the sailor. f'rrjxtred/rwiapr<*il9MofSirJ. JlarLi, .1!
She would be heir/Jess .
as and dependent as these eircnai tnnce!, the opposition were forced to '
elected] in -:umbift and Washington are chosen to hi* invention. He has secured his patent and i t,., I'hyntuix Ertrimrdinary to the Qutt
the most fastidious coukl/desire ; but we would not I resort to a tritb to succeed. Mr. Dtnean received MARKET
REPORTS.NEW
.
fill vacancies. Both District are democratic and yesterday showed us one of them.] It is beyond at lcomparison This in i''" l'le tacdicine U unfailing( In the core of sit
give five cents for all,1i'e; self-reliance she possesses can be carried by the Democracy when united.- I the finest It is i I at. leat fifty Democratic votes, upon the ground Y. ItK, Oct. 18.-The cotton market wa these painful ani i Iacgt'ron.> ( dawsse. lo wbielt tb, female l

she is in truth the tender ivy twining itself about In another: part of .he. Enquirer it is stated that I revolver of nine chambers capon, charged we ever with saw conical a ; that hi* friend were supporting Mr. Frink in the V quiet to-day, vrith sale of ,() bales. Flour was cooclitution ia subjrct H ruoder afl eases. and KMHOTsU


the oak; but, let the lightning rend that oak, and Eppes, Senator and Mi nn, Representative, from I expanding balls, which are fired in the Mine manner 1 2nd District, which embraces Jasper ; and many of heavy with sales of llJi 0 barrels Wheat dull V otxtruetujni, sud.a reed> fare IJDIKfit may be relied OB.TO .

the frail ivy is trailing in the dnst It is the duty those who pretended to support Frink did not V sales 17.0O bus hrK] Corn l wiili sales of XARRlKt
Franklin These ] support > heavy,
the
are whig
gentlemen were I as the balls of Colt's anny revolver. But in u p-cuUartT tuUed. It nil, ia a stKJft time, bring en the
of e"try'toman to acquire the inward principle of him, which is another evidence )hat we are l i helc. of :
democratic candidates and were elected as such. addition to these there is a large centre barrel the i 42,000 nt> Spirits Turpentine steady, at monthly period with regularity

I self-support. Then if the rock of their earthly] --- -- charge of which consists of fifteen or twenty buckshot i| too often the dupes of their policy. That Dr. Bevill 49 @. 50 cent. Bosin dull, at fl 6-J@l 70.- Kich hattie,price One Dollar,bears the Gorcran-eat Stamp

strength be smitten or the proud oak upon which IUl'OaTUT 1:5FR: .'Tlml--\, CHANCE FOR PERSONS I This barrel i is independent of all other, and I Las been deceived by some of !hi. friends is equally Rice dull at 3 @ 3} cents.CiuRKSTof of Great Britain, lo frrftul coaolerfeUi.CMBTION. .
they lean with the fondness of a first affection be true for heard of the] who aided .
one gentlemen
DDIItOl-S or EXIGBATISQ TO XtUUGL".L-on the. 10th is ; Oct. 18, 1. P. M.-COTTO-*-Satnrdny' -
of .
blasted discharged by means a sliding hammer attached These Pills shooM aol be taken 8y femal r l nnf lh flrtttbree
they may, nevertheless, stand erect in of November : in his nomination say tat he voted agahut him. < stiffening, with tales] of 600 bales the
New -
day nest, MJ'stbe Orleans Delta, to the regular Colt's] hammer The adjustment prtes monilu ot PrrgnaKcy. aa 1h7 are sure la bring on Mis-
mournful but triumphant superiority amid the hapless a vessel will leave Motile for San Juan del Norte, f ,for the discharge of the central or grapeshot :> 1 look forward (ia hope Indeed} when steps wil bulk at prices ranging from TO( to 1 1 cents ; fancy I earrUge, but at say other tun* lley are M*. *

wreck. Some may, no doubt, turn a derisive and will take any passenger and freight that may barrel be effected be taken by those competent to meet our oppo* : lot 12 cents.. la an caws of Xnroi s sad Splash AffeclioM, rats I i. the
can by a single motion in two
face to this Ii ture. They have friends and circnm- offer Nicaragua.. Those who desire to emigrateto 1 acute irad the long train of falsehoods and im repre' 1' NEW 0&LXA3S, Ode f 9.-The sales of cotton today itsek and Limb. )FiJijn( ei sIti ex-ruon, Palp'.Ulioa! 0
in their But second In weight this weapon is about equal to lbs Heart, hysterics i a<4 Whu. these PUla will affect a
stances favor what if fortune has &entationsrilb which wilj
| our leaders assailed
a
Central are bale, The !la easier
America advised were 13,000 market but
are to give notice fo | 1 -
j t. the regular] army revolver, but in efficiency it fa* core whoa alt other means bare faUeds'ad although a ptwerful
home in your father's halls and the case and elegance that effect as soon as possible] in order that passages i, surpasses it_" be entirely swept away. We will then prove to quotations unchanged. Middling 11 I (5 II Ji reivedy.tie I stul contain iron,olomel. tititnoay,of nytbinj

of fashionable! life an at your command.-* may be secured for them and their companions : -V i you that Hamilton county it largely Demrcratic. i cts. The ales for Z day reach !8.QI.& bales] and hurtful lo the cotUUtutiuo.

; Suppose even that yon are already the. bride ofn ; and tleynre aWiftfornied] that] it would le THE Ca.svssTaIiL-The Rev J. U. Graven, \ 1 Your*. Ac., HALL the receipts for the time time were 3C, OO bale] *.- Full I'rertiua! aceompan each package. Sol Agent t>*
scholar] ,a genius a mere-haul or a statesman. Whatif j I .__ The tock is 176.590 \ agaihn 11 1,000 last year. < lh tidied State and Canada, JOB MOSES.
hands and judicious to arrive at Mobile 1 three or'four days;previous on trial before a court of his IJ.iptist brethren at :; CIBVS TK.CCBAMI.-Mr. Kennedy the agent of NEW Yumc, Oct 19.-Sale of cotton to-day'4OtJO (Ute L C. BaMwta Jb Co.) Rochester. 5. V.

you are, turronnJod by strong loving f to the dayef d-parturo. Thin information is Nashville. lias Wen unnn'inlously] found guilty of I I the Cuban Submarine Telegraph Company IS now : bales. with a buoyaot market. Middling Orleans] I S. B. I l&i an J 6 postage sump* oeioMd lo aa J sathor-

heart, that to human ryes it SOulS intpbeuMe you j derived from undoubted arid reliaok authority. j the fir.t charge of tile series preferred against i him., I on a visit: to Savannah, and has succeeded, we 12 15.16, and Middling Uplands. 12 1-1G eta. Iseil Agent,will manse a bottle* V ouM 'either tliI..C cither..frlvuil or external re !j n .. VVJ i to wit : liringing reproach and injury"upon Iev! learn in H-.nring the right of way fur his KueI i I. rotii. V V

.t/ute*. wLst 'u,1t.IJ. \ 'Joa fir the! ixrma.ri.cy G",.. J. J. McRar[ lm. txeu dieted to Con I' H. U.. C. Howell, |'.:orof tie Firct Bal th.t Chore!*, ahmtr tiie track of the Savannah, Albany, Gulf-andi Tat CoTipy C or. Tlie cotton crop !i. fast being For Mia ky Edward EaroarJ,Jr, 8ol TVTiolei* sad EtfnQaiaey. ..

of thec. Inqttirf' the f en .thousand l.frj M till'the; : the pretext and thus to destroy his character and influence in. Atlantis t Gulf Railroad Tb project,. we are i gathered. U i> estimated at 3.300,000 bale, which I aUAjeaiforTahlabaavt. J.3f. P.vI4s"v, 5'4e 1r'
: 1555. taoMvyin Congress. I the Southwest" loud the publication of" uric". plense-1 to hear is in a fowl.rol" tat sail will be i: rill average 5sibs. to the bale. and bring 12}?. .
.V"i:(]l.urof .Lf.rtu., anJl.t tlieuitTii-.utr.: o.t.i"lw,11'J' II.. ile.(li f1f sli-! ]lauteiilel(. i. |I"r poond. ranking a total valise f 22 ..\.)(\. :I Tebur't.l'tS. 5-IT


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. jour Unit !" iistreaVt. 1'rui Win, .il', hair lef.oratir Sale 1,400,000 ." crcs of- -Land.- -- '-- AMES &-- LIVELY Co-Partnership Notice. 1 Atlantic Telegraph Cable.I i

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li"J; IV-t \...,tS 1ia.vr ir lUsturtllvf. t Judicial Sale of land E. THE UNDERSIGN have this day! i < !
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W33iitiLi \\
II; )" Hair J j. Thin. Ct-trcCair t.t! ithcis.Ixwia formed a co pnrti:erMnp under the Fiim nal'r j .1 1 /. './ ',*'.. AtlcrJ.s I 1'r,' ;.n .' iI /...'
IW 1'ruf.li 'uOO'" Hair RMk t r.."'. 1
.. 1 : CAURELL tt MAXWELL fur tLelrlfloi.ui"lI": .f I ''uf II' M i N AT i>.: *T. :::. I.:
> Ilal.l. bate: t>f F"1 i.I.I, I : 11'I :
.\ -.i are l'&* I'rul, Wo-1 lUir HrMoraUve, Curtis mM' I.atl iecl l Wffcfein JndioitlCitruit. : I a General Mercantile blt-iu-4.p. flYERS l{ & G; R.MAX.I

If t on have Nervoo*tlradaclie, TLuittdi. Tlu h't-.. of tile [ in Franklin e... July Itt, 1&58W .
Ue I'r<>f. Wood'* Hair kubtorkUra.tf Apl/ clicol-v I ri.d Cornhi I,!
Chriicrij.pany -o
bate t>.nJrutf, I and oll.ru.TJUjlSTJANT &NEVI !
J flEW I
U.e Pro WOOd Half RentortUve.f FIRM GOODS NEW GOODS-NEW GCOD.VACRES1CI1OCKS. j
to Uecrce m.ij by the J. JA .
a lion.
( r&T. Eruption u.o*, lYof. "oo.J'.II.lr KoMAraUre. I Fii leA. and rrndeied in ill eatwe, the underirnsd !I At tie Standformerly ocriifiiedby CctltndWhitaLtr.. \! I

If j" .Ire On| .j H.!r. R.. Irer. appointed (bv llir ltl.f i Ctnirl. will :! : 0---- \ !
tVI'I.,. Wio4s| Hair :"!''::,e. Fell by public: Auftton. ..n the firt MbNl>AY in -t

,. c. I' '."r11.!. C"I..r. J"IItrA.: I). 159. iti the tirv of \pul.ichio; nil Carrell & Maxwell t Jtufliy, SilverYare, and Fancy Gtuds.pHE .
U'M I'r.rfVti .I' i.'tir Ur toraUtr 111..1,1. I
teWgingto the
said APALACHICOLA o I -- ---I -
'.. S '. r. '. t. !I... ih. 1' Jor, .
; i'w 1'rut.Tcx>a'& Hair Kestc r tire. l.\NI COMPANY. lti l., ill (the \\esirrh Judicial \\" E have just received f>oni New YOlk an c.ut : UNDERSIGNED are now itr.ivi b Ii i

want Artlflo.l' Ciuuit of Ftoiida with the exception ..f the .Town TALtAHASSEE FLAi IT an vat Xfie Yo 'k Sl'jrl; ofF .i and well selected stuck of'alchrst
> Chn

!If TUU yua Jmre he CKuUi.r "'I(L-xk WoodV, Hair Rcoturklit. every lots in description the city of Apela of Soil icoln.Timber: Thee and .quality lafds include to be i A RK now reetivii'g a large and, freli supply of lLIJlINTER\ GOODS \\ Clor\s, Jcicclry, Sifter and '( I :

l>* 1'rt.r. Wood' II ar; r.'orali fvtuid in the.State-the S(a Board or.-u good Fisheries. I V ciery tariety "faiticlos kept by Diu. gists. Ware: and- Fancy Goods, !

1'!uU admire the CcacttTul Rinirt t. The Soil i 13 of (vty grade, property offers /'LA XTXRS, Pll YSIfilAS, "oujJelirj of (

V'w I'rof.V.od'* Hair RhI"'aliu' every inducement to this diKctiptiou of buyeii. and others, will always find at this establishment a "I.icltt"e intend to sell VEUY LOW for n.u. country :I Gents fine Geld and Silver lit ntirg Patent :
If you wuth a Be.u f..ll'nml'lnl..p.| l These Lands form paitvf The Fvrlr* I.tr-1.ae," full of needed Produce orgoi.d ;paper; and we are determined not : Watches,
supply thing HIP and
in cur on
every !
l'.e 1'n.f. Woixl'i Hair EmU>ralire. and are *old for distribution by the decree of the liberal to be CM>M.SOJ.P by any Itnd). Genfs fine silver Anrhor mid Leplne; .IVatcits.Ladi :
i as terms as (they can be had in Sontheinllaikct.
:r wl.h t Face hoe' from any will: hand
Pnnple We assortment
you always keep on a general I
Conit of **
Cw Prut Wixxf Hair HetitornUtr..f Chantry. Orders by Mud or otherwise attended fiiic Gold and Htntinj Anchor
promptly -
: wl.a tu apjtoar.Youn The Island of St.James has a front of twenty miles: to and filled with the Paine correctness as if I of GOODS of evt-ry kind usually brought to this ,. open Di.il .

( Pr..tV. ,..lJUir 1eetraUs'e. on the sea, and affords safe, healthy and pleasant j per<>oiially purchased by Customer To CH'!I tidpn..nipt market, consNting ill part es follows : Elegant! arts of Florentine Moslie Painting Caaco.

;fyoa R.went tli.testimony lrculllr of o!"ProtVooJ r hclivins.'tf Hair Hotorative. Sea fliore icsidences. The I&Innd of St George and I time biiycra we feel Confident in saying weI PLANTATION GOODS : Lava, Corul nnd GolclstolJt'. (lrnb fioe Gold an I
D>> 1 ll1uJ. alt pioperty.
tvcwanttondit.. I c The Depot i. at 114 Market sl.. St. Louie. Muwnin.PST" Au alm.ntt ineihaustible supply of the forest pine Geoigia Rerseys. Brown Shilling.Etia : Chat.i1.iin chains Ladies fine Gold Coral A- Jet Bracelets : ( !
It In also old by verj popular l rultg! t in lie eiD.l timber suitable for Masts and bpai, and a general (1 Geld and Enameled Pins and Ear Rings Geonl.BQsom
: Geor Kere Ble.ich-d do.
i (anlrT.rebruary Once!. Paints rii I: ) .
'. 1'y timber bn.'iDefs is found on the barks and in the vi j Putty, Pl.rns Negro Blanket : Fiiia, Gold Guard. Fob and Badge>ys". ;
Georgia ,
j I Medicine*. Oils. I BuiTMnsFIud, ,
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einitT of the iiuraeroin livers that form an outlet to : Marlboro > cte..tc., : Gold Pens and Casts, a large assortment of -'
Chemicals, i Stuff Stripe- '
j the Sea through The Forbes Purchase: be.td!. R H Dye Cnmphinc. 1 CoIl 1 r.nd) Silver Spectacle Gold and Cord Neekla:

IJj) UCW 'i variety rre timber; such as Live Oak. C. Rr.Ju- J Perfumery Vnimshes, | GIa
| "T:B.w.: CyprM Ash. White Oak f lid Hickory. | Fine Soap | Window (hIic. j Shawl 1?, Corded Satinets Plan Satinets: Gins-Lana i I i BnsLIe Seals Lockets Charms Gold and! I !
-- -- --- -- -=c- '-'TPORT -'_= --_' :- :--- .| The city of A pnlachicola is on the Buy of the slime ;| fine Tooth and: I.irl JIannfaetured ToKicco, : Apron Checks Curtain Dam.i-ks, Iiiih Utica Tai .. Tiii-nblcs. Sleeve Button and Studs Foe
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OF ST. MARKS.CVt. : name at the mouth of the Ap4la<*hic\la.! Uiver. As tI u'bee. I Patent SJediriiies, i ble Damasks,(bruin and bleached.) Pillow Ca6'. |I I inga and PII.S with Itiamon.J. Rr.t.y, Opal : !j I i :

-=- =: .---: i a Cotton P'I t. it 1 ill third in point of imtx>rtauce on I Paint Brushes, ( Fine Havana Segars: (cotton and linen) Russia, Scotch aud Bird i i Pearl Sets, PLiin: and Chased Rings Mswn ;
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n'j; \
} !: the fSulf of M.xL-u, and tanks next to ).o1 ilC'. The Surgical Instruments. !, Medicine Chvste Fye Diaper, brown and bleiiched Crash, plaid and \il h Felt!.

15. r. S. mail cteainjhip. Orizab Kelson, from New I' Apalnchi'Hila River with i's: eoitlunee null the j suited to Plantation and Family use. Linen Tlirmd. (assorted ) Suspenders.Bed 'I SILVER WARE : : j j
')rleiiu. Returned Mmr lay.I ('battaboodice. -:: .. and tiber extends Blankets! Prints. Coat's Cottons I
btrearc, : into Spool ,
*. b. mail sleamah'p: Calhoun, Gardner from Key Writ 4/-SO- Plain =an j hrtaded l Table Spoon .n.l Ft>rl-. J
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turned same day. > the inteiior four or five hundred mile*, aid drain the I White and I Red Flannels, Umbrellas U .. Dcseit "
1'. Schr. Wild r.geon OLcary, N. Orlnnl.i i tioeet Cotti.n, Tobacco aid Lumber Districts in Ala- j FURL WINE* kIIIE.f'r MEDICiNAL pUipObB. I Ne-'dle. Sewing Silk. Opera Flanne .. .. }
Brie i Geo. T. Ward went ti *>i t.-day. baira Georgia and Fin,Ida. i. I). II. AMES, JL LIVELY. !?. }Prints fancy mack and second Tci {
<0. iitlg t. Kemington. WUIIamn, New York. I : Sugar Spoon. Muafard and Sai! Sp'lfJlIIi. I
i Oct. I K., 1858. 4:
The of I liz, bet, Mounting, Ac, &c.I ,
i Bay Apalachicohi ; rP 'Wly mt a
IN 1ORT. j -_ j: Soup Ladlee. Pie Knives Cake du. Butter J.v, i
point (.f inereos interest from the dif-c'\ery l'y the i LADIES DRESS GOODS i i .
ark II. L. Knt;"". DelaTo for New York. Fruit I.hh. .
Itrrtnrn brig Mark Louise. ItU-il Hnrucn .T. O. An- I dfliocis of the United Sta'fs viia! !cd in the Cmt lj Notice.PHK .
; brig of HniJ and style and and of the Silver Napkiu Bins, Silver Card Case?. -
.! v on, Ilrvok.lot New YorL ; I I.rig E. Itciuiogton W.Uiamschr. j Survey of a new Channel k-adirsf inlo it. Pr<>fsK>rI every j-rirf. very I I
UNDERSIGNED desires to inform I is old Mjiuies and Tweezers Silver Cuptied Goblets. !
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1 S. 't.t I LITEST FVsIIIOSS :
B.ich* of the C,ast Su'n from
I : vy. repoils twenty
Will f. Vew Orleans. .1 friends anti customers, tint h' ha; removed fiora !
Pipeon O'la-try..* i one tnttrenty two feet water il tl'iC'lanuel; nt low Silk! Robe a Laize. figured Gro de'Rhine, PouR tie PLATED WARE.Beautiful : \; ) )
his OLD STAN'D and Mr. JUIJPRATORI.-
-- | tiI,." Thich'wo"1oI g,. about! twenty-five or twn.ty- joined Sake, [cehnc and Florence Silks Dtbege, La rattertis (.f Silver Plated C Hti '1.\ftflIEfl; OUSt where l-e iiill bs pl'a ed to see l.is OLD PATROXS -
six feat 1 Iih,i tiJ.. Th! i.iak" AjMilaclncnU! the Bavadere I':1'1in:1. Dula'ne a Quills and a j| Baskets. Candle Sticks: and Waiters
On W.IntIoI.! thr IStb mM at 7\, o'clock, I*. M.. l hy thc be't Poll ():t ihe inai-i I.-. .I''I th- uhf of Mexico.txoept .I ; and will be mo .t happy in his; business eonripction | L-iize Robes (all wool delaines.) Flowered j j Fine I). B. Ones Game Bogs Po, tier Flasks ]!i
!:Vv. J. !,. ,t..o. WILLIAM ('LLINS (MM SAVANNAH to execute all orders with promptness and Lahopes
French and .
Wads and Wire Cnrtri.I
Delaines ,
PciiMtOo'a; and full inual t" it Another I punted Pouches Caps. C'! |
nnG..O.1ioon.: Kla. ri-c 'i.starrie likely to exen-u u f.r.orablc iiitlin-iH-e to the satisfaction of all parties. plaid Cashmeres, Swiss and j j FISE CITLFUT-Table! and Desert Kuives wit. i I 1I : ,

on pilariiiccla! i h th.;* salo of tie Foibes' Pur&.h.ise i ASA B. CLARK. Cambric Muslins, Biil- without Forks, Rodgers A WosteiiholnuPoek. j I
I P. S. A',1: -ties indebted the sulcribtr
: to arc !
List Letters Li.n for ciglily tiidea.; and extending into the mtei ior about pectlulj! requested to call and settle at as eailya : Crepe Cords & \I I line Cliina Goods, Paper MlcLt Cords.
31EMAINIXO in the I'oetOSiee.Tallabassif, Fla.JLl (day as sibe.October .
|IIO i
i i the same .h"tai.Ce. 11"t"e lying in tie Mi-Kile.: Circuit \ Tassel, Jfusical Instrument :
Oct. 14h( lS5b. 1C, If 58. i
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lIe under derive and. advuiistnunt ol'inlo. and _ n ___ ____ ___ Linen Ciitnbiic and) EmbroideredIlan.lkerchaiefs j I Guitars, Violins Flutes. Tambourines, AecorJeons :
A-J Q .\. *:". J A Kontiaiv.j.It extension stee! and svl- I j t ,
al-o* i
ini.>nut i b tic r.ggreite to t ose ii.iiliou fur I Banjos .te.I i
A.'rn.. L-Chas LauM. Ired 1 ; Furniture at Auction. pIle kcleton Skills, Misses Skirts, Ladies :|:I
huti th''usnud acz es. I I Table Mats Backgammon .'.\r.ts. Walking Cane j ji
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B-Mrs F. R Bimn. i Mrs II
( ) L.WR. Merino Silk Worsted Braids Mantles and
The OcklocLnrr. New and Crooked' 0- I Vests, ,
Sc-pchoppy.
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; House Bells Japanned Waiters, Feather Dusters
,1..hn flrebtkhtxks M.ez } 'i
L B Brookett. MrsS E 1.ttL..w.MooUurd Ricer*, all well tiud ered, il .w thr
Mrs Dr Beattie t'nralJ Ma1tr.I *. ,i and connect by tide water through Cnx.li'd Itiver. bcr"d, will be sold 1 EM11ROIDEHIES $ EDGINGS : j !Vrfun-erv, Ac, Ac.

I W Drantlrr.C W J Mow. with the Bay ;.f Al'alacl.i.III..J mitL the Apal.uliicfjla before 1117 Store on xouiit An endless variety-Bugle Crepe Collars aTlcI"'fi. j I -AI>0S I

River and its tributaties. e<)ire iitrates at this of (the Estate of S.S. Ki.uUdecM. or 4 Stereoscopes, with beautiful Paintings
-II I Call. Miss M MtR/imey. ? Cap lace, Thread and handmade Linen Bobinet Edjj-I
(Uiid Clnlcon.Kly ] J Mnoslm, | pint advantage* for procniing every desciipti.n of J1f/liI -/'OU ,l' Ki'rJ/. -. ings and i i1 crting Flonneing, Ac.BO.V.YE'I'S j fur ale by YF.RS A GOR U-.
Cotte.V3 ('.13 )litt'b.-It I ship ti lbcr, natal stores and a g.'tlua1Iumber buM.ii rn f'Nrntttrrc a .i X. p..A !liberal deJnrtH.u fc-r (\,11.f.pt. .

j t ness unsurpa ed in the tTiited States. These ad- Terras Cis'i.! R II BKRRV, Auc. : j I 25. IbJ8. 39 I
FII Da: i'. (.) N-C X V Our A En '.
vatitsgt v lib tic .iciiilies nffordt bo tina !II irlior Oct 1,;. ISjs. 42Hillsborough Hrad-drc"-se, Artificials -- "
): i It l>uiuau.E 0-Mrs J i OneiL (
and the i eady aceess ti'tl.c :nttrkti of Cuba, New ('reixli Flonci", Ligoleltes.: '
-Mr Jolm) K.iH*. p\J-: W J r Ht-.
'. Orlrana. Txa: ll.-! ->i.'<. nn.1 S.'.tbIf.: .( li'I.: i>i'uldmaVb ;' ChEAP (GOODS!
F-Frank -.iJ ., Min W J rbiJ1il'IN'. Aprilttl.io-jb; tlt fif.f Ic'itKr: 1I.r.rto: An-ia. Military itisjiiiS' (;I.OJ'JS--(1' crcry l'n'l : i
'Ir 'a A J t; Plant.
i.nng. The sale is under a iM-nv( the tout .if Clmiicerv I ACADEMY.ON Kid. Doeskin and Buck Glove, Gauntlets for Gentlerwii. i ir I i
':r. e' "hn'n H Ji. Rvcfcton .
\ rilh STuHr. OF
if unoooditirfat andkitt oit uet <>. Silk Mitt and lore, and iauntlt-ts f.r
G -IWw (;il, S J W l ftAl'It : :
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.1'n'fZ (kiti'.. Uobit TIBXS"One third ,>j the |)tn<.ta>e nxYicy to b<* JAXUAP.Y tw.lft! I8:'. a MILITARY} Ladies ant] Mircs, Fancy and Ihin Hueiery T. HAYWARD SON I

..' Sally I p i'd; in oas>,. Le ilinef in one mid Iwu \firs. in I ACADEMY will be -peiuvl at Uillsborou-lu N. 1 of Si.k 'Jliruad, Cotton. and Wool.
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.n. equal instilnit-ulc. uitli nl t. (-r ({'ut. nitet lot liNn C. un ler tLe conduct vl Capt. C. C, Ttw, now So.Iittt"nJe.t '
1 ,; (mfttC' S Jurne .tuhhe. | HOOTS 'c SHOES! OFFF.R FOR CASH, three fourths cf 'I
.Iate ; lit!. to Lea ti ado l.y tiie U' vr whea the I 4>(the *tzoo Military t Aeadewy at Coinntbia. -
H-U '- JTIIut-liw-Mj. Mr E 'a1l.riJ. O'Of Patent Leather Call Skin and} Stock of Merchandise now in StoieAT
but ayuicr.t i* madu.1 S. C. TIle iLmipliuA and course of stu I
KHV T G Il -) '.tr* fairing iufmrnatH n, f' her 115 to the will Mti.ilate t" ilnise of Il.e South Carolina and *tl- ; Heavy h ] COST !
PIlp.t.'ftYf" .
W N Ilirri V-Am-lia Vlpfcerr.J tlhe till.' ni.l Yirgrhiu fetate Military: In-tituticcs. 1 here will b for Plantation iistLa- ,I ,
*. &}-pto the f.il''< witi. Suhci *
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Ham.. W-Mr J \ViU4, tees in Uenrw : but Cine ration :in tile year. W(". JIi IeJ and Cl.ildn-ns Shoes] tf every Jescr'ption.Hat when they! are wanted by the Pieee or Quantity

'VI J R 11arJi. Lfe i. WilHc.V 1 D. P. IIOLI.\ n. E a., Qi.iacy, For pall cular.. nd.irc-fs) the cu..nglteJ: at Colnmbia. and Capi. ''TJree Ply ntid Ingrain, ,I when the Stock on b-mrd Of the I'adcy" and Retjrers" ,I, !

\ (i lI..cl'1tr,' Jarrett. It TTUaUn.J : R. J. FLOYD. .-' ApalaelJeoLi, S. C, until JalJu:n'.ltot.* after that date at Hiill1I I: Carpets of Brussels, Hugs of Velvet, i a rives, we will offer( them b; the l'ece < I]I I !
V.
II---Dr L I .nLt. n\V W A WMte VTillunu. ; ''. J. EPPES. F-q I l"lrfluh. X. <\ C. C. TEW.Ot't. ;t Nations, ,ooolu'r.r, Willow-ware BrU'sLes, i I Quantity (Groceries excepted) hiT

Mr> M Kr.!. Miss C VTilsoa.t3 Tlio. odopportunity !'. I8..8. 11-lOw r ne'1 Soapp Perfumery Combs, rttit!t jr ant AdvttMct on Kiln Yori COST ;
< ia tl.e Salt of II',. iiiiiiH-t tract.. Land -- -- Stationery. !

? P'rron' en'jnirin; A* any of IK! above letter ) iuei .di. : tli .Uitintt.i om. Tlie Receiver will give Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. I For Cash !
and
Hardware Cutlery Gtalc.
ill please ay thev *rc aJ.\crti! i..1. | any iu&>cmatk>u in bis pow.-r t<> tLose who wiitc or Blacksmith Tools Cruckerv. Call and TMO/C before you Buzz clsnchtrc. :

('. 23. 185H (Ct.-I) )111.1A811.43lwCoPartnership I'. M go to Hi c>Ece at A p&Lchioola.CHARLES! RAIL-llh\IS.I ( \ ) Iron and( Snii Guns, lc. All who could not settle their I ills for lot: and previous : l !

ELLI Hollow-ware, yenrs trill we hrpc. lid wait "r January
----- --- -- ---- -- r oeirtr; in the above .. : r. l ) j (
cause. ( -A.) ( ) 1 come as fust as tLey get their Cott" n to market ala
Notice. 0df..I.-f 23, 185S. 43-1 It ..- .. 'WJ... ,, ,,- GROCERIES, j PAY'ARRKARAGKS.TIk's
Of kind and All kin.!. of WINES !I !
A E. the un i IWiMM hip. undt-r the IJ:1Ift.: ftvlonnd limiof For Sale. Change of Schedule. and LIQUORS. : inimersely long Cicdit pti'; c" to great inc nj

fluE iubaeiilwr! offers (-,- sale l.u EN(n 1\I oituJL -- .' Saddlery. Oils, Paint, Pure Lea'!. PotasK Bagging'and ;]j venui.ee, and we 1 lope all who -.:.!. wit: hasten
PRATORIUS & CLARKE
| cLarie (thiir ImLi1i iu.. anIti ,Its! its to & *! : I )
atmi at CV-utreville. It is 02 horse a't'i Rope and every tliinj eke usually Sold! ia this i imarket. |
after lie ninth
a piacrEiipiw. \N SatuiiLiy ( October, 1S53, ''
'r: the taii-ntinu .f 1I, ("r-Hiintf at>I M tt-itii a *.pt'li..r Uil:: .Ii1!! IItt.cI..11:. .1a ) <>. tin Trail will be inn Jaly; (Su'dnys e\repted
.l l.triN.rl 6 ror s
<:> | ectfully i i We that Ihej-e Tho wi Ii to what i it I|: Sept
..n'muaiifMi circular! Saw a; .1 all) th- 1J000000S.Ir\ shatting and puli ae tt.IIows : hope buy new, .
of tii* Oi* fiuu -- -- -
patrf-naf-f"r TMW i" lJand limn. ill rite call l Let show Ii I .5'a
"cited by tw! men ."-:11 of :it in f>.rm.-r ti'ii. '. >->. It u .f Httiile! } ; nick an i rrantnl J to bo Leave Station 3. Y.". .'. Mil!!! 5 A. :II. i thm O'o: We n wn"j.II:! n; a and to us rle8"I I New Fall and Winter
JOHN PP.VTORII7S ii.feiior t. n i Engine in the Sot<,il.crn country. 'ru Arnieent'raIIal.aasee. . . 9 40 .. M. our one biiy
wo can mil them in tmU :and .
ASA B. CLARKE.October ia- it. C. WILLIAMS. Leave Tultohiusee . . . 0 60 A. il. .I prit" h. :
( \ nHJ I.L & MAXWELL.Sept. .
14. (t:) S53.: 4> OcU i.a. H5t. IS Arm at St. Mark*. .. . . 11.15 A. M.JwiveSt '1 -G2Ps

Marks. . . . 2.15 P. N. t f. 18.>S.. ON :
GOODS. U. S. Marshal's Sale Arrive at Tallah.isjee .. .. 840 1' ILi N. B -Wf :.. roe .receix i ing our Go
NEW James Tucker Libelant fur") i Leave Tiillah.is".c. . . . 5.to P. :M. G--o. T. \Vnrdandn.- Bailey. _ T ? rrt'mw York, a general aesott-ncut cf seasonable

*"7i//i Cf.uimrr. Vistiim, ClotnmI; Salvage, I jt ;j Anita at Walker's Mil, Station 3.. 5.30 P. iLConnecting : NEWOODS.. GOODS, ctmsistiufr of

*. 1 l In A'luiiialty.; I with Post Coaches daily to Jlonlicello DRY GOODS. HATS AND CAT'S.
Gin!.* and Youths' furnishing Goods
Brig Edward A. Lond. her j and twice a week to Madi". Alligator, Bald win nn.1 I II 0 HARDWARE, BOOTS A SHOE

ni- 1:\' Elti DE-CIUPTIO'i. Tackle apparel and lurui- ( I Jacksonville, niliving at Moniicello! : on Mondays: midFridatF. 1 GROCERIES AC., AC, AC,

.-. ture, <&. J ansI departing Wednesdays and baturd.ij s. C llEAPG11UDS.0 s.0 xrhicli n e have selected with much care and will !

'|"lIE SUBSCRIBERS-re now n>OeIin ; nt ti.e accordance with an order from the. Unrtc-d! States with Post Coach (10 New Port on arrival of and which at fair pricec. G. A J. MEGINNISS.

L OLD STAND formerly "Cf'I1T.it,1 1 by JOHN I'BA- IN District Court, for the Northern District of lion '! returns before departure of Train ; with the line of ---- !I Sept. 11. 1858. :.-Gw !

TORHR a larje and w.'U selected stok offlUT tin to me directed, I will sell at Cedar Key Florida 1! Mail Steamers between New Oilean. Key West a'.di : AM now receiving my large ami carefully sclec- - -- --

I on Friday the C9th October the bug fjlmifil _1. i Cuba and inteimediate points on the Gulf arriviniji I I ted STOCKS of FALL and WINTER GOODS, Groceries.JUST I

& IVlVTPn CtUTIIINGFOR ) \ Lot,.! as she now lies, and her tackle, apparel and i at.and departing from St. Markft. the 15th anti 29th embracing every quality and style.SILIS .
( I FOLLOWING
/ furniture. Also one chronometer one gold watch, of every month. Should these dates fall on Sundays, RECEIVING run

MEN'S AND YOUTHS' charts, etc, and two chests and cue trunk of clothing. : the'tram will be run as per schedule to connect "i bteal11'l'8. : ;i I CHEAP FOR t\\KII OR CO7TO.V.

: The bug Edward A. Loud lies at prtsent about 3 : Silk Robes a Laizc, j Striped d'Loir. : -o--

together ,'itht full atftortment of Sl.irts. Collar, ; inilrs from Cedar Keys, and it i-' the opinion of good K HOUSTOUV, j I" Volant, t Plaid A Plain Col'd Silks I TLANTS' Extra Flow, ((new \Vheat.J)

Crat Tit''. Gl"\s. C..tt..n and Merino \ Ho e. judges that she can be got afloat with b it little : Pres J t-uporintendent. .. a Quill :' Doubfo Skirt I JL Mount Vernoti.Goslien .' ** I

Silk CotttHi and Merino lnd.,"Ilil t,.. Drittcrj, Ac. trouble aud expense. Tem Canli in specie. t2T": Sentinel, \Yakiilla Times Madison Messenger I!'I" ** Flounced :,Bl'k Silks of every quality. Butter. I

-.* !O- K E.llL.CKBUr.l".8. :, lid lid lie}' Republic copy till fOI bid. j Flci ina and Marceiline Silks. Powder. Shot and Caps. '

Marshil. N. D of Floiidn.: | Sept. 25. IS08. 39 : Worsted Goods Rock Pota'h.Brown ) <
A fine assortment black and colored Cloth Castirorrs _. : j I I
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iLa'Id. GROT1IE:. --
Dcpt. Loaf and Crushed Sugar, t
ttii4CtiIlLtit.. whuh they are prepared to !! Cashmere and Delain Robes L&ize.
NEW a j ji
October 23. 1S58. 43 I GOODS. II IIi I No. 1 Mackerel in bbls. !
manuf.ictuie to order in the bit and most fashionable i i Y ol11n&e.i j I
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Candy, NuLl and Tickles. .
style, and at the thorterl notice. Term! reason : VrE are now receiving a lance and carefully se- double Skirt, | i
and Adamantine Candle
Notice.LI.
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able. A liberal di-conut) for cab.l'lttTORLUS. I I ) l Ieted Stock (GROCERIES, and Fall and | :Black B.i'eges and Chalh'es, Sperm

d CLARKE. A ,;>ersons indebted to the administrator of the I t Winter DRY GOODS embracing every style and Poplins and Meriiiocs, II Burning Fluid, I
Wine and Cider
The nder ijn<>d woidd respectfully request hifornur I ZJL late Cave Godbold are hereby requested to call | quality Usually wanted in this market. I Solid colored Cashmeres and Delains Snuff B tiles and Vinegar Bladders, I,

customers to come forward at as early a day I immediate!- aid settle at the office rf J GROCERIES, &c. I Scotch Plaids Citron, and Currant, Soup and Starch. .. l
,
ax possible and settle up their old account A. P. AMAKER. : APiaca's and Bombasines, I
Oniors Rio and W.LDENNISLCO. !
Java
JOHN PRATORIUS.October October 23. 1858. 45 Coffees, Figured Delains at all prices. (
23, 1 53. 43 I :
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_____ __ u __ ---- Currants Brown Sugar Sundries : -- -- -
Notice.TIIE..mJt'r"i Raton! | Bacon SUes'clear and English Crapes, 'Bonnet Belt and Tiiro- HardWare.rpRACn ''

4 : ? NOTICE.1.T2 t ecl administrator of the itt: of 1! Dried AppUs ribbed Black Silk Yelv t.. j ming Ribbons CHAINS Planters Stat l Hoes I I'
-0- Beard deceased, intends making | Citron ic j Sugar Cured Ham iLibboneltI'k A col'd Silk I
..hSIGR M. (I. GI.\\o.ilrrTl. ,:1 ; application : Fringes J.. Hinges Locks Screws and Carpenters Tllol, !I
Musical to liom.ib J. Cliice Judge of Probate, in English Dairy Cheese j Pork, Lard &c. j Ladies* Gents Kid Gloves,;Crochet I I f..r fale by W. I. DENNIS A CO.Lloyd.'Oct I
Instiuctor the FemaleJ ]
I ATE Piinoipd at and for Jefferson county. }Florid, on the 25th day of Goshcn Butter Velvet Trimniinffs. Tassel Bc'toos,
16 1858. 4NewHats
Colleg J.\ Iwhhurgl'ir i.ia. and in Atlanta. November next to sell the following described real tpgether with Collates 1 rale Saop in ht A- Boxes Silk A Worsted'OIL10c01U.'Bl'k A col'd Dress Buttons, -
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Georgia. ; !*' leave to inform (he CITIZF.NS (.f Estate.izr Lot No. 1. in the Eastern .idoitiun of French Eugenic and R. R : YAXKEE NOTIONS.

TallahaFsee.) that he has permanently located himself the Town of Monticello it Wing the place of resiclfiice -ALSO-- i Corsets, i !

hi this Crrr as an Instructor the of said dccc.Ecd at the time of his death. I A email but complete assortment ofgnod liquors I Skirts I **> T ARGEiotnnwopeningbvw EHBS !I
i Hoops :
PIA.\'O FOKTE and / VOCAL Ml'XIf. D. T. LINGO, Admfr. embracing, Wines, Brandies, GioS (Holland and LJ L. DENNiS t' CO. JS
Phihpy,) Monongabala Whiskey, Cider, London Porter Crown Bustles. {Coronation Skirts, !
i"io'm his rRonciENCr in l both bl'tt1ltlie fwl.s Oct. 23, 185S. 4 -Jw Oct 16 1858. 42
of giving entire natigfACtion t<. x\Lo confidout '_ __ and Jeflrics Sparkling Ale, tc, &e. | Extension Steel Skirts, [Cruvelli Balmoral Skirts, I- __ __ ___ !
any may 's xcw GOODS. Cruvelli Chads and Misses. ;
patiooizc him. lie may be fouuj at the City J: \v GOH. i -DRY GOo'lJS- ( .WLDennis&Co.

11 oHI. -- ij i-j Kersey, Osnaburgs Plains. Wool and mixed 1 1i Mantles: and Cloaks : ,
Georgia : in Store, a lot of Salt Floor. Seirars, I !
REFFEREXCE : WEBER & DANNHEIMER, i i Linseys Blankets. &c. Mus de Lamer, Cam. Plush Talmas Colored Cloaks, HAVt Onffc?, which we offer low for cash ,
JOHNE.. DiBosE Jud;e J. W. BAKIE, bri(. Cashmeres Silks. Ae. Tweeds and I Moir Antique and Velvet Black and cold Raglans, Produce. .

D. WILSO.Y.. | Ticov J. PIPKINS. MERCHANT TAILORS Kentucky Jeans, Edgings and loser- : :Mantles, Zephyr Worsted Mantles or Country IBaS.
25. 39 1|
Lloyd
Jon S. MAX-WELL D. B. MAVW LI.L. AXD PEALtnS: IX i I lings, American & French Prints.AN I Cloth T Talmas I II Sept { :___ ___

F. H. FLAGO. 1' Rl;.U) }-JI.4JJ} CLOTHINGGENTLEMENS1 EXcELLENT ASSOttTMEST OF I Laces and Embroideries : I : Cash Advances i I
GIASXETTE for
known Prufessf-r
Having some I Gents Boots and Shoe, i Valencienne Collar and' Coil's Sleeves COTTON to Friend
Mourning A on shipped our
I
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tinio. I etY cheerfully recommend him as a wo.thy .iNI MADE '
'It.i -ALIO- 'n'1 : Sleeves. Emb'tl" 0 York. W.LDENNlS.CO. '

Gcutkrr.an and an accomplished) 11I!ician. FURNISHING GOODS, Misses and Children Shoes and Bnots I Maltese Collars Sleeves,.English anti French EmI I I Lloyd Sept 25, 1858. S) [

Jolly E. IkDCSE.I :, TALLAHASSEE FLA. I nfntry Lind ami quality. I1ociton" j broideries, _ u __ _

23. 1S5S. 4n: --- Culloiand Gfnts Drrss Goods. i Marseilles j White and colored Dimity: I W. L. Dennis & Co., |
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--Lostj-tost--! rpIIE JL their SUBSCRIBERS Store nei.t to R.are II.now Berrv's reeeivin A .,atji P.tnl*-Cloth, Doe Skin, Cassimere and Tweeds Linen ; Band I II.VE in Store, Osnabnrgs. Kerseys I ::::::::::

I II Cats- do. do. do. do. Fall & Winter Clothing I hats Sheetin and SLJrtings. For sale cheap.Lloyd. I I 1i
October GOLD rl.OOm.con selected Stock,! FALL & WI
Month tIle! l flth of one
i Vetts- da Plain. Scotch Satin and Silk Sept 25. 1858. SO
(JN ; :::::::: ::
TEE GOODS suitable] ferGETLEMEVS' I
WATCH double case, No. J 12,532. Cooper's I L'ndersbiits- Mericoes J.nlls7001. Silk ,t Cotton I HATS. CAPS

make. Any ono flit in? tha above Witch "ill re- ; WF.A:, I Linen I5o!orn Shirt, Calico and Cotton Shirts : J. 1BOOTS AND SHOES. For sale :]

reive a suitable! reward by Icarinz it at the Floridi.mOflke. BS.: eonMStHjg in par! of Freneh and English Cloth. Casimeres Pure Flax Marseilles sn.l Linen Shirt Bosoms, t Staple and Plantation Goods : AILS, IIol'ow-ware and Iron, by |I I

W.M. M. TliD and A'estings of the latest stleand! bet qr.al- ; Cmvat-I'luin. black and f.incy Silk. J-> W.L.DZNNIS&CO.

Oct. 23, ISiS; 43 ity. which they are rrc.oT:3re.lln mule up to order ina : HATS 4- C..i PSt I. Plantation Blankets! Ker@'JtI. .Ginghams Print?, I Lloyd. "pt5, 1858.:9_ j I I I I :::::::::: ::: : :: :: ::::::::-

.' raan like :it'' tashioTaU1 manner and on REASONABI i Plantation II
tr .' : A gool suortmentofgentlemena'it( boYIi'.la't lity le*. Georgia Rinse's f---- !
of
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.r, E 'E&31S.1..0., good assortment j Loui..ian.Aproo: Check For sale I

!c 1i"'r ..1I'Jf'.., REA ;-MADE CLOTHING. : SADDLERY CUTLERY dr., Ae. Blue Denims Tweeds Satinets, A Ken- \7OOD and Willow-ware and Crockery br I

'. .,'.".'u.. : '. n; 4.t&Hf.' 1 counting cf Fine Blacfc :nil Colored! Cloth Black Frock and I Alto with which the deficient wo ojTei. for and sale tandy at condition price to of correspond the Chocktaw 1lotnwk"ILin Stripes I. tueky Yl.Jeans > > W. L DENNIS
Coat Lloyd. 23 1853. 89
flueitr2* Sept. ,
AX EXTHAPASSENGER Coals, Fancy Cassiuiere li"k and IBU'.VDoeskin i. Cotton Crop. Respectfully, Marlboronph Plaids, White and Red l Flannel! __
Coloie.1 Rjglai.! and Over Coats, McNAUGHT ORMOND J CO. Glasgow 1 Gin bam Bagging and Rope,
: Grenadine For sale !
TRAIN and Cusciinere Phnts. Ficured Newprt, Fla, Oct 2, 1S53. 40Execit9r'S I Brown and Blea Canton Wood Ware, I
and }'aneSilk. and C imerc \( ts. __ __ __ Flannels. Hollow Ware Shoes and Saddlery.
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\ \ ILL toe overt'je PfHxatola JL' (dforma Rail BOOTS
tor
Wt
; L. DENNIS fe
CO.
--ALSO- ; Broil and Blue D.me.tie"Crock"ry..ff <
\ Sale.
T ,road oc Monday tbe first day u f NovemUr ; t 23 1858.
H Lloyd. Sept. .
a
A orttr.ect of black and faney ilk cravats Sheeting, Hardware. _
good
Ta>tng the Tallb.i? <* Depot at S A. M.iruing and ties, shirt, merino silk and cotton under shirts, i pursuance of an order of i it? Hon. J. WayicsBaker. I &tTick.. Iron, Steel and 5ail sai

\ at Walker M.1I: Station 3 at. lot A. SI.ar collars socks gloves &.. 1 IN Judge of the Circuit Court of tbe Middle f D. C. WILSON. I For !

>d will return immediately. The suWrtbt-rs are new boginncis and not entirely Circuit of Florida, the undersigned Executor '.b* j Sept. 1?. 1853. 35 I T) OPE, Bagging and T,'ine. ':

2P One fare rnly will be charged (or persons ; unknown to the cnmmuuity. and they pledge I last Will and Testament Thomas Henry Averu1; __ I JL\ W. L. DENNIS & CO..

joiug and returning. themselves to give tisfaction to all _bo may favor deceased will cell the following real Estate At public !i lioti e. i floyd Sept.25,1858. 89 I!

Oct. :3. 1858 43 [Sent. copy them with their patronage. outcry to the highest bidder before the Court- -
-- --- -- J. WKKKK: t house door in Tallahassee, on the first Monday in : ALL persons indebted to the Estate of Spo{.wood i For sale !

Notice. L. DANNI1EIMER. December next to-wit: The N Eland the E i of j KnigLt, decea ed. l late of Loon county are FINE kit( of Havana S.gart. ami Tobacco. g!

!! the S E 4. of See. 24, in Town. I. Range 2, Nand E; requested to make immaC' payment bathe undersigned A IV.L.DENNIS&CO. :

'ii ; Oct. 16. 1858. 45 --- and the W i of tbe N W j of See. 19, in Township administrate ; and those having claims against !( Lloyd.f Sept.23, 1858. :9PorSale t

OFFICE: OF PEN. O EO. R. R CO { ---- \IEDIC. NOTICE. t t I, R.ne 3. N and E. containing 320 acres more or J said Estate are requested to present them duly aui :_

TAUAUAcsEc. Oct. IS. 165S.; f fVN r; less, all Iving and being in the county of Leon sod i thentieated within the time prescribed by Jaw, or Ibis i I
Sat: of Fl .riJa.i :, notice will he plead in bar of their recirery. It is i ?
I stalu et.t of ?25 J p er the fetta re Mnnticello U hereby Branch callcJ Dr. J. H. M. Gardner i TERMS-One thousand dollars of the purchase i.1'' especially desired that three holding obligations of j A LIKELY NEGRO .'. 2t> years oil I
: for from Subscribers to
t balance in 1 2 I tbe deceased eivkr whether on already I -CX be seen at the City Hotel
NovemUHT neL Ru\.mbrrl will TAVING located -Lr.OYD.otr r. ha Pe.ii t money at the time of lalt', antI the a er. paper rrwy Apply to I

potable i j'1f'Bflt'!settle on lt the same with 5Ies.srs. DOHAM & rAL. ;. ruiwXAt. Stnrrj to the Citizens (>f the place, i i! and 3 years "itS. per c'nt. interest I. 5uc or rnnninr to maturity, will promptly make it I L. Rutgers, u to 5. S. K"iu F-'f'. :
i JESSE AVEIUTT Eit'r. known. I. IL KNIGHT AoImfr.OcL'I JliSS r. CArn-r.r..
Jbc
and orronmliu5r
order. F. II.! FI.AGU. conntry.
MI IJ By
byvt.9: !??, II ;.< .J1'fI" 1 Ta11akt." ce, Sept. 4, V
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. JheP1oridian & Jbufniilr I. HEW GOODS ; THOUGH IN 4 HOURS :: WAKULLA ION WORKS, WILLIAM P. SLUSH, Tallahassee FOli SALE.IK Real: Estate. "


I Is puUiihcJ every TUItnA Y. by I -AT TIlECA'll' I: I I :ow '1a. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. pursuance fa (n.t'.1 tie H.,>. Jl. i., .

I MANCFACTCRER or COPPERTIN SIIF.II: ,Judge of Middle Cirn.it cf Fl .
.tMCS s. JONES & CIIAS. K:. DYKE I Bkl'r
Sf.aRE This Establishment is Sow I'nder Foil Blast IRON WAKE, WHOLESALE ANt RETAII Chancrry sitting. suIte amid
At Two DOLLARS per annum, in advance.TERMS I I -. .- I DEALER IN PJ.\IX, FAXCT AXU JAI-AXXKI: ] (the sixth day) of December next, at the C.nnt.1.iu 1.-: ,
IN TALLAHASSEE' I. Tallahassee.; To.x lor Iforth) IIMi'I'.
: OF ADVERTISING. CIIATTAHOOCIIEt I the dea4h of Mr.Pond, Mr. GE& -. KINO W ACE.. Tallahassee Iing the Ko.1R. )
1 --O MILTOX A :,_ SINCE ; on 1Lich tie Methu-
i I t1E'n charge; all communications, therefore I Stove IIcail-Quarlcr? i Pn>t*'taot Chat rtli is ritunted. .
One of 12 first insertion
lines less fl 00
square or LATEST
each subcequeut 60 STYLF fOR U. S. Mail Line I relative All work under the head of this I A '
coming bUin..s and Wood Stoves, 3ai of one. two and three years the pLiehaset
Professional Business Cards inserted at$10 per FALL ANDWINTER. I Ii I trimtcJ neaUiessJ ci m.
Jiunmn.AdVertsemeDts. : Scx1-'eok1y ; wi b promptly, mechanically and neatly eeute,1I i and durability: at reduced prices. 'CJt!' ltl with approved runty fo tie defm.i) ,>;n
a charge as price of labor, '
: not marked with the numLer of -- -- --- i LrfrC8 at 10 I A mo.rlit ec. "i | Out Door Work. meats, t ert with a faioitgnge on tie pro]"' 1'.% .
will be continued until forbid and .lton Tuesdays f'jlays I justify. to pay fur titll deed ,
-I insertions charged SILKS AM) DELAINE 1 Ornamental Front Heads,
a. m.Lrarcx i Tins Establishment is not kept up for the purpose Roofing Gutering. Cop JUNIUS L. TAYLOR Special ;.
_ accordingly.tff" and Saturday's of makifg! ironer, (strange to ) CS dear : and Tin Conducting Pipes, Lead, 1 3as
Certificates of publication of legal or estate Poplins and Merittoes, Cloths and Clothing.Itanustics I Clataholu'e Tlfsray's !I say LugJ per StpLllls5$. 37
ifemonstr ited to me, it cannot Zinc Lead Pipes, Patent Pumps. Shop work -
I experience oe Citer
notices will not be given until the advertising fee is Yalcnti, and Chalhes, I after oft/ic StcamerfrornApalaclaicola :: b:1 I
nlll.ltl.
I Ribbons and Trimmings, Liusevs and Tallahassee !i in this region at isis branch of business-but for the of every variety done at short notice.j NotiSe,
paio. FIundl.
_ th Stage from benefit of the who happen to have Engines IisolvenfEs1te
I
Embroideries lilankets nod unfttuote.
: Kerseys, j and Country Merchants
1..il.ry. : City
I t Fla. and Ilainbrulge da., .
Cloaks and ", i,Hats and I ant sue) repair. J J

BLACKSMITHINGf"VfOTlCE BOOTS .L" : ClP, IX (7'WO-JORSr HACK! I I The 1.lttlU.11. Miiflintfy Tools. fr., being I Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing BW.} EDWARDS. Sheriff ami Aifmim-trit.-

I ] rpHIS i IOW il TIle wnole I I La"yf, )I O.tr. ( ConditionJolt I i elsewhere. officio. of the Estate of Jnhii 15. Scott. i.ut.ofJfferson
fltr
o e '
-0----- Crrel.1) Oil Cloths, ;..Iron and Nails JL Stock-has been renewed with new ami comfor- t table can 0,1 Kith C3ST N. B. All afllclrs manufactucd: from the very deceased, Las filed in

is )hereby gi iven that ( and Curtains, 'Paints and Oils, Hacks. Drivers ore careful sober and accommodating. I Xcatltl sad ]) I best material end warranted durable. Xo other art, bate office countJ. written t.f Pn-,

_ \ the BLACKsMrrni.s nJ- I Hardware end Cutlery. ,Bagging and) Rop. : Te liberal allowance of baggage :1I I Shafting, Pullie, Plumber i"pldl.DonI. Hangings for I lewill be offered for sale. that be believes the Estate eouuty of John: B. S.Mtt fUJgf'stl', to >!

_ _IXKSS will l>e continued as heretofore Crockeiy and Glass' are, ,Silt and Fisli lowed to each passenger. I I Shaftings. Spur Gearing Water and Steam October 20, 1855. 45 ilS.lv'ot :
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at the OLD STAN) of D. C. WILSOV, in the I GROCERIES AM) FRUIT.A Stop Cock Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow !Pip, Therefore notice is given to all persona l.a\ir.
Wines Syrups &c.
name, style uud firm of I general assortment c>f the above nrtlcfcs now com AGENTS : Srgar Rnler!, Circular and Upright Saw Mill and i claims against said F.ttp. to appear and filt. II.>
At )Xi1ln. Js. A.CumN, Gist Circular and Saws OtardBrandy, Sparkling Gider. same with the Judge Prolate of said .
iug into Store, and offering at Gearing Upright OLD count r u.'
H. B. Fitts & Co. tec.
\ A1a. W. I). MONROE; .Acn Generally kept on Hand), or got up on Port, 01.1 Port Juice, or before the 24th- toy January when'tl, Hj

Grateful for the patronage )heretofore extended them, LO TV11 CASh I'll ICES! CampLHnn. .. J. W. SJHTK, Notice. In Fact, Here ir the Place for all that Want Madeira, Brandy alen io, j will be a pro-rata distribution of"( nut LI.* l1...

they are now better prepared aud determined to FOR CASH OK ITS EQUIVALENTS : I Mariana .- W. SICIO' WOk in this Line Done up Right and with) Dispatch. Sherry Sardl(. \I to said Fotnte. amorgst the creditors therett. : :
Cbaltaboochee, I). COLUMN.Passengers Having some India dozen Engines myself constantly Sparkling Velatinp, Preserved Quinces, 1 which tinn the Said B. W. Edwards: will apply? f.t

SPARE NO PAINS COUNTRY I'ilODUCK, I can be taken through with cert'tinty. l running, caused the Establishment. to be erected Flat'oring Extracts. Pears. i hi.final dwharge f.om the adrnmNtratioo .( -. :

-OK- sccuiity and with Somfort.OEO. I the same cause must keep it up. Therefore, you can Yeast Pwder. Tamaitds, i! Estate. J. CHACE.
.
on their pnrt to accommpdutS all vho favor Con'r. TIOJAS
may nnJ
D.
Prop'r. work done Spanish SpiCll, .
at of Prwla
FJRHER always rely on having Judge :
th
: them with their patronage, Banab1o zjcr.ilouF ; June 12 1858. 2.ti Com Starch, I'ickles] July 185S. 29-Cra
SUCH AS 'I ( : ; : \v. bcorr. WAX I'LL A IfiOfr WORKS. Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oll: ;, 1

1858. 38 Mustard : Plantation for' Sale
Sept.18 ,
,
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and lit- _. i pLANTERS'HOTEL English Crr. ,
A pairing Carriages and Rug IfJ ---- I Hut Here Comes the Next: Important Thing Claret, R. .lTUA1ED 19 Cdumbicunt State of }lor.Iis:
.
AMES VELY.Jan'ary __
gics, Plantation ,rot!; ff \ d I RICHSON'SI B, 1855. I: I of four twenty.bus hundred miff of"ltb fine Alligator. I roifi'..t1 -
I Fla ; PAY PAY PAY acres Marl and Clay Land.
description, Talahassee There all
crery :: mt are necessary Buildings on the place; a jrrcat
J/j7/ Irons and repairing same, Ironing \Vapnns I DAMASKS, DIAPERS; & relpedfulv You will send to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore Livervand Sale Stable. many othenraprovements have been made,and a pant
.
and Carts OXSl"MERS of jliciiAKPsot's' : J.uun. nnd those friend and the public and have work done without for a momeut j of tise land now in cnltiT.tion Constant Wafer on
I ( deeirous of the coeralv. dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are "H E undersigned gives JQ the Land fur and
and itt fact other diwription of woik made of I j. obtaining yHtiit yovJs, ehouM above will-known 10TIU. will opened on th T man bea.-t. Good titles will hegiven.
tice that he has
every that tbe articles sealed with no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital >ou I purchased TVre is also of
Iron and Steel. all of which we WARRANT, anti pledge I I sec they) purchase arc second day of \u He invites tho the Stable of.LLLX. /Tnt good Hamrcock ad
and 5 and then Livery
want 1, 2, 3. 4 credit I
I he full name of the firm, tion of the public to its years requireone joining the name w Ili..b can purchased. Any one
ourselves to execute at the shortest nut ice. ; to ride from 50 to 500 miles for and William II. Newsom,in Tallahas ee,together with the b
I KICIIAKDM'X, SONS A; OAVllEX pay prob- I, wishing: to #ettie in this County, would do well to
_ 11. P. FITTS J CO. Facilities for their Accommodation.It bly ultimately expend from 10 to 23 good will of the establishment and lie is nowprepared !
per tlat give me a call, I will in
I Ceit give a bargain
Feb.27, 1S53. 9-ly as I guarantee of tho soundness and durability of the bein in the immediate of the most thesrabie to the business I tranche a my place
_ ; vicinity amount in collecting Is this I this encour- carry on :n information
ran
I rgl' I Any given by
1 ---- -- -- -- (o.l! business portion of the city, pr'lt'ut nging Home ) ? If so, yon be surprised and promises the public with: good accommodationsin Tu.tenufgee. 1).0. b conntv.addressing East Florida me at
This caution i is rendered
United States Mail Liner : t?eentially neces"ary as that it does thriveAmrangennents ? his liue on reasonable ternm.KICHARD. Clumbia
lot C. U. W.
COLLINS
'
of inferior Linens
large qnantities all tl'ftete are SVlRRIOJ l.YJLCBJIE.YTSto must be made for payment before SAUNDERS. June
19. 185S.
prepared wa!on after season l with the the traveler of business or pleasure anti i is unsurpassed C, 1836 SC :
delivery of work, through some House in this place, Sep. I --.- -
NEW ORLEANS TO KEY WEST of Rid"Ut'.ol. by IiUb Houses, "ho. regardUss -. in all its appointments for the enjoyment of
lame St. Mark or Tallahassee-that is far. enough from -- ----- ---- -- -- ---- Notice.SIX .
A N IISTERMEDlA'l ) I of the injury thus infictc.111ike on the American EASE AND COMFORT A LUXURY OF
consumer and the lanuf. fr genuine Goods TiE Jlme. FULTON FOUNDRY M: i; FItOKWA PORTS, readily n'a.l..n a biihincsn so profitable GOOD LIVING.XT You may be good but we cannot run after our vf Probate, in nod fo the county of Mndi -
CO r.l."TiB11'11 THE "il"t hard caruiugs! in this Besides, when Ta11ahnsscc, I'1t.: I i ion. final account and vouchers, dminutraturof
chasers be Delartn1nt. as
Goods of my
,'l.il put can impo-on \ill a :: HIS TERMS arc !MODERATE. _CQC. Labor i i. credits! out, ) to them-
I m:11l UNDERSIGNED the Estate of RkLanl Harrison
STEAM ISABEL character. beg leave to inform the ( dCf'uc. Inl l
FOE HAVANA AND CHABLEfcTON AT KEY WE4T.THE J. BULLOCKE A J. B. LOCKE, Agents. HOWARD FII3IIER.July Kcl/es for it. believe it is not bal done, because they. owe I rpIIE that they have associated themselves in phal lien apply fur a final di chare! frm kd

SO Church St., New Yoik. .. :31, 1658. CllfDENTISTEY" I busiucss, under the name nnd! style of miti.tralit'l I. M. HARRISON. Adu.fx.
...
-- ---- I Sept. 18. 1858 88-lv -- -- DANIEL LADO.S'ewPor ; :' Mar B. U.5S. 19-Cra
SOUTJILRN July 1851 28 I fardy, Baya & Co, --
I
>5 SELECT HO-O-L.& --------
for lie of the trade of FlJ If and
following
U rs
Steainship-4j Company I 'l'IE SL'BSCniBCR: LOR- leave to inform the cit- DI*. T. tJ CUR LEE, Lands for Sale. purse, are prepared to execute nil I.kmd of Ix months .after date I .1.al present my finalaeccronfaiKl

OF EW Or.I..E.\X : of Tallahassee) and ticuiily. that the exer T\7 ILL .tuntinu, future, the pracT Andrew S. Oar and others, "j) State #f Fierir work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines (3 vouchers to Honorable Judge o!
ci-cs of Lii SCHOOL will resumed on MONDAY, furnished to order and warranted to satisfaction. IrofJ'ttf. for Jefferson county administrator es
taken the mail contract for above port, i lice of DEXTSTHY. in South I da Middle Circuit, give a
HAYING two first class Sea Steamer regulaily the 4th dayof OCTOBER n.:;. : Georgia and li. Flonda. Lewis Curtis J h Natbl. Thurslon }-in Leon County. Sugar Mills ned Castings of all kinds made withneatness I the Estate of Nathanial Fol"u. iWensed.and .

twice a mouth, meeting in the Sp.ini Hole on the The studies will embrace the Ancient L'tn"u"esatl.clati's I I He has had several years practical experience in the Trustees the Apalachk-ula I In Chancery. I and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished ask fur I.discharge from saielimeint'nicrat'sun.W1. .

15th and 2Vth, and leaving the same evening. Natural Sciences, ami KnglUh. Students profession, the last three of which has been in those I Land Company and other J)1TItSUANT of nil kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare I.ANDREWS, late Sheriff arklAdmt'r.
I will be prepared to minter College. Haung: I sections country. His work \* of the meet beautiful I also sole :gtntl for hoard .t Sons Steam Eiurines ex ofiirio.
STEAMER SPRA P'"i11 "I to a Decree rendered in this cause, I
THE and : bad considerable: experience ill teaching, the subscnUT i and durable character and satisfaction i is guaranteed J_ the riber will sell by auction, at the for Ginning Cotton. Grinding and Sawing and liarmi.on's 1----------May 1. 18,9. --- 18-Cm-- ______h
leave New Poit in the morning, St. Maiks: I sub pin:
zeal and close Gri t Mills for steam hor.
hopes by energy attention to the in instance.All or e power. 1I
every and ti herein the lands : Notice.SIX
terminus the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, I eec apeciSwl belong .
on Julie of the tch'Mil ; ni I I
-room, ta uLtaif share of I communications srut to Monticc.Ho Fli., will JOSI'll CARDY:
tkiug mail pa-uger, baggage and freight to and : l.c 1 pub ing to said Company embraced 1. .liels l'nr- montl after date I present fitial ae
BAYA
my
\ from the Steamer,and returning in season for the aftcrnoon -II cafion!patronage.can bo oLtamcl complete at this ant thorough as at any an other- w receive ill permit.attention a soon a! previous engagements clue,< ," and anJ) lying in the counties! of '.n, Wakulla, I JOHN! CARDY. a ('Ult at'. vouchers to .hal Ilin.JudgeufPr'.bstefor !
Gadsden viz the
Liberty : lying in the I
train.The lm.l. administrator of the Estate
htotitutiou iu the State. I May / 22-ly Jlf.rsoll county as :
travelling public can now rest assured that this To 1 Gfntl first two named counties will be nt TALl.AlIAS- -- -:0. : I II of I l', late of said county, deceas'l i
long Retired and frequently attempted communication I .J5 nfn residing in the country (this !sChool REFERENCES : s.u. on the seventh ((7th) day of Dt'ccmlr. and those I II and a-k n discharge from laid iuinhinmstration.THOSM. .
( than inducements iETNAINSURANCE
rg more ordinary ns the
in the last will be aol the
two
to and from the above J Ports is iu bud bauds s, pub S. Floiida.Hox. lying QnxC. on OthER Adinfr
senbor the Ftrictett nttteution PcRnr.
i designs pajing Go\
to \\3.1 rant pcrmanei and .ucecss. tl. I ... foumteenthllth) day December next. I May 15. 1 <58. 2t>-Gni .
the speedy and thorough advancement of tho e J. L.SEWARD. __ __ .
puj TI These l land", comprising about a million of acres, 1------ -
Passengers basing slave servants tnuct ue to I >51* desiring Li) ctnluuk in eotnuieici.d pursuits lie- Hov. P. ii.LOVE. } IlllU.a extend from the St. Maiks to the Rivers CONPA 1i i Notice."V
clearing them at the Custom house, before goii.g OB sides kin cheaper in rates school iu this Hov. W. S. DlLWORTH, )l : .
any OJl.RTPORl.
board. ; 11.11 M on.v(I FLa., ; they: exhibit every variety offtimber indigenous! OTICE is six months aft.r
[l'l1ce. Iu Connection with ( SChOol, a s for 11EV.V.. F.HIMILTOS, J f hereby given t.t
this including fcour live-oak
c1 to latitude ,< ,
_ fjy1 Also lo*k afttr your Baggsge yourself.1'orfaither I HOOK- KEEPING 10:.. J. C. McGncE. J l ,..," ha., cedar and juniper: the soil M adapted!e to the cypress growth Incorporated in bW.-Charter Perpetual. L\ date, R )application wi be by the. nuln'rrbers :.
l'articubrl Aptily to B. (.. POPE f ISOI to the HOI. Judge Probate .f Le n
DANIEL LADD, A ;ctl. I "ill) op-nf-d, and a tburnugh practical course of GEX.! WHIT SMITH. Alligator, Fl: lf, grain cmton-long nut) short staple 11b'tCC. and f for a final c'ueharge' as Idlilitralor sisal adnunntratrix l"lnt\ .
be Students in this branch I -cane.: The waters iu fih, forest CASH
"t puiMieJ. eigir C.PII.AISIOOOooo.
study ,
New Port. Fla. July 11. 1S57. 23DISSOLUTIOX" : \\i April 25, 17 aLuld tlt of tht(Eetate John Tatnm, deceased.
t : with materials for and
-- be rtftind.1ly to write out business trulsctIIS.t: ship-building \ Itor"s. JOHN It.. LLOYD. AdmtV.
-- -- -
-
I and by :mean have the rare opportunity of P. -B. BitOKAW'ST TEKMS One-third of. the purchase money to IXSfKC .AGAINST J.OSAN1' n.ul.\GI 11 FlE PHOEBE LLOYD, Admt'jc.

coming inlimutely acquaiutvd with: the j-racti'lal L.1 I be paid 1 in cash; : the balance in one and two yeaf.iu OX TEJ)15M ITED TO THE I.z\r.H, May 29, -G 1

OF PAETNERSHIP. eration us veil us the theory of this: mijiortant .; LIVEHY: AND SUESTABLESiTALLAHASSEE equal instalments, with! i ;ight per cst. interest AND CONSISTENT WITH Til E LAWS 1: __ __
jeCt. I I from date of purchase ; titles to be made by the Receiver OF COMPENSATION.

firm of A. Pw COMBS A CO.. i is this day di"-I TEPMS : j FLORIDA. when all the purchase money i is paid." U. C. LEWIS, Avoir, Notice.

JL solved by mutnnl consent. The bu
'c coutiuued by H. C. WILLIAMS who is branches of Eiigli, including Bookkeeping I ..- -_ : JL > thepuLlic. JOHN BEAR, Receiver, Je.T August 15. H5' _S3 i cunt ani.1 vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate -

authorized to .;Utl Ihu affairs of the firm. j |per sect-ion of & nu.i.lln . 17 50 that he has rebuilt his._ alollsee. August 28, 1 Si S. 55 I : of JdTl'I.4l county a* ad nini rater ex- >lKcioof

A. I U. COMBS. Primary Biaix-hes ... ... .". ... 10 ooray.taLE I I argc Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now *** The following papers are requested to publish) The Original Extra Quality'' the Estate of Elisha Wade, late of said county, deceacej -
It. C. WILL' \YS. I to accommodate his friends and customerslie I all ask for a discharge from said adininmtratioo.
prepared the foregoing once a week until the 7th day of Dc- I
IIAIF IX
July 1Mb 181S. .ADCE I also has attached to his Stables, a good B'ack- cetnticr and) send bills to the ReceiverM'nt-I CORN STARCH. j WM. II. ANDREWS, late ahierttTandzidnuiuietrator

I). 1 CI.\\TOX. suiith Shop, ".!Jrl he ,eillliave baa, e done all kinds of I' net cr< ami Confederation; Colrmbus )RF.PA''D expressly for Ice Cream : e ofilo.

All fivrsons indebted to the late firm of A. 1.1 Any infoimition required call lie bv nr I Plantation work, II(.rc shoeing,aud Carriage work in I Times gomery& Sentinal; Macon Telegraph ; Augusta Constitutionalist Cakes, Cance Mange, Cu PudJinl.. P>rrige9, : Jima r.18..R. 23-r.m
-. -' -
'I lit. -
I Couiba t Co, for the year 1835. "iC, and 1857. IJI(11101 to the IUh'-' f .at his re.-iJcDee or it U.e'ery lest manner and w ith promptness aud dis ; Savanna) Georgian soil Republican I Ac. Received fresh by AMES LIYELY.Get. i' .--Noti e
er by note or account, are rcque'Ud to come \\ Store ol Col. R. II. Dmcr.Sept. I Charleston and Courier Jour- .
patch.November Mercury ; Wilmington 1857. 42
1. I
_ and settk immodiately K. C. WILLLBIS.J 4, 1858. SOExecutors' I I months after date. I ban ftirl
5, 1853. 44 nal ; Raleigh Standard) ; Richmond Enquirer; Tallahassee SIX present my
I II
------ --- --- ----- ---
01y 17, 1858. 2)-rnISeut[ ro\%-. --- -- -- -- -- ----- Sentinel Times fiud vouchers to the Iun. Judge of Pr
: Newport QuinCy Republic
Sale. Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, ; Columbia South) Carolinian, and New York Florida Reports. I bate of Leon. count, a. aJmiuistrtw the Estateof

Land for Sale.I For S3le b P. B. Brokaw. Journal of Conirneree. I /COMPLETE i in 6 volumes. Ricluird R LI. be mold in Tallahassee the first
VTI : 01 Monday ) -- O ak for a discharge from said ailministration.E. .
1 OFFER for sale fie following valuable tract (If T" T in December not di..p ied oho.ner at )priiite _wt Subscriber just received a --SCHEDUL- OF-fIAINS-- McDOl7GALL4T10B3Y.S"pt. G. Admnt'r.Tnntu'

land, E i of S.c5., T 1 l U I. N and W, about \' sale: .) the valuable PLANTATION. formerly I z -. rl"IE large supply of Carriages, I ox 1 5, S67. .rCBlacksmith __ I 2t, Ij58.( 2'61Notice.GnSSE
140 acres. Thi laud adjoins the TullaLawe I>epot owned by Judge John Whit<-head. It is situated l'l Buggies, and harness. which he ofiVrs FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. - -:- -- ------ -

on the North. Like! Jackson. six miles fom allahaanee, arid con- I forensic ou the most reasonable terms. and -

_ Asso-E&ofSWkofS.c3T3, 1(1. Naud tins abort 1500 acres', (al hammock land.) in a IL'li. November 18. 1854. 46 I horse Shixiny EttalJt 'mtnt.rpHE 'V i SIX; monthg after the first publication of llm no .
W 80 I of cultivation. improvements contesting ofa -- --- the undersigned of the Estate -
coiitaiuing acres.
dwelling Oiersecr house, caLms for I 1 SUDSCRIEH. begs leave to inform the :
100
hII negroes Valuable Lands of Leon
late
nLots Nns. 2, 6 and 7, of See 8. T 2, 11 1, J- and vicinity that HENRYUICK3 of John BurgdoriT deceased o'nn
I gin house. tte., are (.awe buildings and in good LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY citizns ofTllahnSee
ty. will present his final account to the Judge of Pn'-
W laud lies 'I.
N and 275 This
containing acres. on will
the East bank of the Ockloknee rirer. order. For further p:\rtict11*. addressJ.R.WI1ITEI1EAD (NEAR TALLAHASSEE. ,) FOR SALE. (SVXDA. YS EXCLI'TED,) carry on btte of Leon ouunty and ask to be tlitot'lmrgellJOlIN

UmeI:. G.-I. arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah 1WS1XESS D. REICHERT, AdmtV.
Ai.so-E J of N E J of Sec 2\, T I, Ii 2, N and M. IN pursuance of a decree of the lon. J. Wayles ON BLACKS.1TH I
1.1I HI. at Callahan with forTrader's 29, 1J58. 22-6m
E:, containing SO acres.Au )fT. C. \ Baker, Judge of the Middle of Florida, in I connecting Stage in all its various branches, aad i is prepared to executeall I May .
I Hill and Crntreville Ga. Baldwin with ----
I E t r"* Chancery sitting will be sold on the first Monday, ; at
orders with neatness and His work '
>
;( in Gadsden ('Olmty. the S Ji and E i of S XCu 1 J. IL W.JE Stage for Tallahassee at Tiail Bridge 'with Stagefor cilpatch Notice.
being the f-ixth of December next, at the Court ;
I W J of Sec 35, T 2, R S. N and W, containing 210acres. (.T. IYAD. Starke with) fer will be warranted to be equal to any other
) ai New-
I Middleburg Stag's
Sept 25,1858. 39-tds house in Tallahasse, the following lands belonging to ; In,1 I3ac4iuith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee : SIX Months X after the first publication of the Oil
the Estate of Henry It. Bradford tleceasr.(contain nansville, GainsvilU, Micanopy, Flcmington, and satisfaction in JOB. I (', the undersigned administrator of Mie Estate

ALSO in Madison! couuty S W J, Sec 20. and N ing eleven hundred mind tn acres I ) comprising Ooala. HORSE every Repairing and Ironingall I of Antonio B"tolo, deceased, late of Leon c. nfy,
W J end W of N E I of Sec 29 Also E J (If S I Notice."TOTJE some of the most valuable cotton lands in LEAVE Starke ?aily (Sundays excepted.) on ar.rh.a1 O SlOEIXO. all other will present his final account said vouchers' to the

}; J of Sec So, aniV } of S E i of Sec 20! in all i is hereby gin n that application Leon county, to-wit : 01 Stages, and connecting at Fernaudina with Vchicle branches appertaining\ork.to IInt business I Judge of Probnte of said count anti I ask to be d!wclmr.'ed. -
t 60 all in T 4, U 4, S aol E. wi L Steamers for Savannah) and Charleston, on Monday, R. A. Atk lV.
acres ShINE
> I _i_ to the next General Assembly ( South } of S W J Sec. :31, Town. 2, R. 1, N and E will receive careful and prompt atten .
ALPO in Jackson county on Chipola River, S W J, State of Florida for a Charter to build a Rail Road S W J fS E i Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. tion. R. H. BERRY, I June 19. 1858. 25Notice.- m

_ See2lE4N W 1.Scc2Gl4ofN W 4 Sec 25.K I from some r->iut on the St. Johns riicr at or near Wi" 6, Town. 1, R.I. A. IL COLE, Sup't.May Feb. 13, 1858. Agent. : ---- -- -- :- -

: J of S E }. Sec 23, all iu TI, II 4, N aud W, con- Lake Haniey, to some point on Indian Rivtr. SWofSE } .. _- --1.--1858.- ___18_____ ------- -- .

t lining 400 acres. I September 18, 1S5S. C8-Cm North i of NEt 7, I YAL1JABLJCotton Pure Zinc White I SIX Months from tbe first publication this notice

ALSO iu Jackson Chattahoochce North 8, undersigned will exhibit his final affil
couuly. on river ------ -- --- -------- --
Plantation (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL ) and vouchers administrator of the Estate of John
: nbout six miles above its junction with the Hint, Plantation &c. for Sale. SEI I. as
1.055 acres of rich River bottom lands, in Sec S, 4. AU of Iast! i of S W J. of Sec. 8, Town. 1, Range I. W45OO Af'KES, in JEF.RRSOXCO., FLA.. '; have just received a fresh supply of this new W. Argyle, deceased late of Lena county to the

J, 10 and 15. in T 5, H 7. N and W. ] OFFER for sale my PLANTATION situated N and E. lying East. of Thomasville Road, ((70 acres TOGETHER r-it/i 1 nJ's ERE V\TE and beautiful White direSt from the manu Honoraltle Judge of Probate of said csuuty. and auk

These lands adjoin the lands of Caleb I3lood .on miles east from liniiibridge, containing CoO acres I' more or less.) OF IXCLVmxtt tARMING IJf- factory, and offer it t the public with) most to be l1i ll:1rgeJ.
tK West and Hugh Ruk on the NortlLROBERT ) of land), SOO under improvcnuiit. There are also upon The above lands lie in the immediate neighborhoodof lLHJ/KYT. CROPS STOCK, confidence as possessing qualities prfet B. C. LEWIS AJmt'r.

GAMBLE, JB. the prt-inic* a ) convenient frsmcd dwelling I Tallahassee, extending from the Thomasville to &( ., SALE. der a paint mel J"1irabt. viz : Its incomparable May 22.18GS._ __216mN ___
gln. ---- -----
Oct. 2, 1858. 40- !, Louse, a of water a gin house and the Meridian road and will be sold either in a body SUBSCRIBERS being anxious to effect a brilliancy of Color, from all poi.
Frcw. negro and other out buildings! suitable for I I or in separate tract, as may seem most agreeable t THE of their joint lrofWrty.lo ted a above, itic -ntttr injiiriiiy the health of the workmen or I

I plantation of the above description. Also, 800 bush purchasers. have concluded. to offer the same at private: sale.- inmates of newly painted apartments-its durability I SIX montl tom the first publication of thin notice,

Lands.TIlE I ale corn, catle. li >gs. 2 mules, 1 yoke of oxen and i TERMS :One-third cash, the balance on a credit The Estate contains about 4500 acres. which can b in the most exposed situations and its great superiority undersigned Executrix of the last Will and

subscriber offers for sale the tiact known as a cart "< a ancty "f house-hold and kitchen I of one two and three years, the purchaser to give divided.into 2 or 3 tracts ample size, Mcrdio to Wfritf hal in all the various uses to which testament f Daniel L. Houck tltrt'lltIed,1ate of Leon

\\hamaJa tract, l> 2J miles Enit of I furniture. At the s&me time 'i be offere fo hire, I notes with approved 1 security for the deferred ay.I the views of buyers. The lands are ecpal in vatue the latter has heretofore been applied. For ale by county, will present her final account to the Judge.

_ I Tallahassee and I containing SCO acres,of which about 6 negroeThe above property not pre iouly dis- ,I menU, together with a mortgage on the lands, and to I to similar land in tint State. Besides the lauds AMES & LIVELY. of Prolate o. said county, and ask to be discharged

4 500 arc cleared this plantation is admirably watered, j posed of wi b sold at I"bhc vrudue ou the first pav for title deeds I there are 118 s1ans aud) the usual quantity of mulel April 3, 1858. 14 SUSANNAH HOUCK Exfx.July3. .

end is one of the most desirable tracts in Middle j Monday] Jnnnnry 1R5'! place. Any <'r8 Persons desirous of purchasing will be shown the horses, hogs, cUle. eons, fodder, Ac. We \ proposalS -- .-- 1858. 27- m _ _
?'l)-rida. }'or particulars apply to Major ROBERT I wishing to p rcha"e t the aJx rc, can: obtain necessary lauds either by the unJersige or Mr. Lawrence, for the who'e property in gross, but .e will OVULES NASH &co. Notice.

GAIIDLF at Tallahaxt.ee. infitrmatitKi( by e
ALLAN MACFARLAN. rcsi,lent at the above plantation. JUMUS 1 TAYLOR Special Master. after viewing them. Te slaves would be sold wit, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. i SIX moutiafter the first publication of this rx-
Oct. MARY C. STAFFORD. Sert. 11, 1858. administrator of the Estateof
the
r 2,1858. 404tValuable or without the lands, might be agreed on ; received from New York bark R.H.Gam- I nridersigned
Decatur, 18, 1S53. 38-tf -- ---- JUST per B. Bradford deceased, will lila fiual
Serf cannot be given nntil the end of this Henry prevent
year a general assortment of articles in our line
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Plantation James D. Galbraith Oak & Hickory Spokes. gwing cotton crop cannot be secured till such as Oils of almost every kind. Burning Flubs, county account for and a apply discharge to the from Judge administration of Probate of of Leon said

; undersigned give notice to Carriage makers thai White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass of .
FOR SALE I'HE In the absence of the undersigned E. C. Cabell, I E.tate. EDWARD BRADFORD, AdU1t'r.I
Brushes Soda
best ,
Putty, Sparkling
Us d fec. that quality
IL xa. SixrxT-oy & they are now engaged in
I the of bringing their joint interest I and Carriage bv Machinery who will return from Europe on or before the firstDecember I Mustard, French Brandy(very best,) I June 5. 185f1.w. 23-Cm _ _
FOU purpose 'AND OF FARMS, Ac, executed Manufacturing Waggon Spokes communicated withat Oelat.18Lodon --- ----
n close, the undersigned offers for sale their I MAl IL.TS at Gov. Call's Steam Mill, at the Tallahassee next, and can then b < meJico:1 purposes. Spice Pepr. Lemon Syrup, Notice. '
Flnrtal'on, known at YERDCRA situated about nine nE'atel. ) Railroad and will Tallahasscee. I1oridA applications may be made I Peruvian Bark Buchu, t
OFFICE Oiurl-housc in Depot keep variety, Ink.
opposite occupied every of this
I first
building Messrs. Godden months after the publication no
to his brother IL I
miles East t>f Tallahsssee, and lying between the by Long IVnsacola k Georgia and St. Marks they on terms as an bet
I __Sept ii. ma.__ __ _____ t mak Persons disposed to purchase either the or merit Ute of Fletcher Whitaker deceased late of Lena
Railroads--withiu five miles of either road, and containing : :7-2 object to all to purchase from them. following lnd. to your
1 there about 500 of which POST laves, can examine them by cn1o on F. I hop patonage.ILE & CO. county, will present her final account to tbeJuJgeorPrllLatl'
?20 delivered
acres or *- lire is the scale of cash prices at the Factory .r.
and ask to be discharged
of said, .
Morris, the manager of this who trte county
Cleared. The lands in the March
are as good as any country I 29.1856
Buggy Spokes thousand..4. } cents e : SARAH WHITAKER. AJUlt'LSept.
per in them and wl further
the location and the water the best this COMMISSION I r MERCHANTS ch pleasure alJwio any
healthy
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sett. ... .. .5 information ge CABELL, 11.1855. 376mNotice. _ _
tide of tho mountains. Upon the premises i if a
*Sf Poytlras Slrort, Carriage nnd f bone TTaggon Spokes p'er. C. CABELL. BOOKBIIG.'I .

GOOD BRICK DWELLING. :NE' per thunnJ. .. .. .. ...5$ Sept 11, 1858. 37-3m l HE NOW .

three stories high, and containing thirteen large rooms. OBLEANS. Carnage bOre Waggon Spokes .. PREPARED WITH months after the first publication of thi IH
The out-lionses are of Brick and built in the most Received, SIX the undersigned administratrix of the Estateof
TO prtlet..6. Jut
will also sell with the REI'FR 4 o TOOLS,AND ffjjgfa Rhodes deceased late *.f Jef
substantial manner. We place Messrs. Thornm J P-rldls d Co, Tallahassee, Spks TN } sale by the undersigned a :TEA Rev.John Wesley >
Corn Fodder, CO head of stock cattle, the same number L R. Harris J Co.. Quincy, Fa 4" "seLt.1. o X fresh supply. DRUGS and CHEMICALS 6f FOR BOOA'SclSF BEND ING erson county, will present her final account and

of Logs, with a few blooded cattle of the Durham Deuliam. & Palmer, Mouticello, I 6 bOMe" I. thousaod.'I" which the follow ing o are a few- fvoucber to'tbe Judge of Probate of said county and
breed. 6" I I o getf.. ..8 I I in all iU brache and solicits the patronage of the ask for a discharge.LA.URINDA.
Ttnvs. One-third the balance credit of Beard cash ,
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on a Mr. Jam -s Filer, I As this is something new in Florida, we hope to 6 ;
Sulphur
Key I ,
10
J,2 and S years, the purchaser giving notes drawing McNaught & Ormond, Atlanta, Geo. be liberally patroui. ed. Cal and see specimens at Chinoidine otoine 10.1 Nit Silver, ," Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr. Monticcllo. Spt.4. 1858. :4-tlm ; -
Messr 15 Call the Church. He is a --- ----
cent.iotemt. with securities and ,
8 per two good Mr. Kuhn's Carriage Shop Tallahassee. opposite Epispa practical 1-----
with mortgage on the property. Persons wishing to J. N. McKinnon d Co. TbomSie, SCHNEIDER A CO. 12 a Cihoo Sullh 10 Ext Mcnesia, Binder, and fells sure he can do work as 1I I Notice
14, 1858. S3-ly 2" Elatmum,
f purchase, will plca&e appytoeitheroua. I August July 10, 1853. 28 25 25 t Morphia. Act, 12" Iron, well and as cheap as it CHARLES can be done elsewhere. i T S hereby given that tbe subscriber Widow of N.
Ct JL decftwed,
T.B.CIMIRES. of Jefferson
K FNDEISE' 0. Ftnnell. late county
a POWELL CIIAIRES. Always on Hand I 20 .o Piperine, 40 t e Quinn July 17,1858. 29-1y [ fJT copy: I will sir weeks alter date thereof apply to the Hoo.
NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. 5 a
Strychnine
0',1888. 40-3in t Yeratri Jadge of ProVxte of aid county. Ly petition lor dow
A LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES of Am15 Ibs. ,
4 -_ I .LLcortsioting j_ f T\HE tmdersignea begs leave to inform the citiJL 8Ibs.-'bpat, 50 .Chloroform. CHEAP GROCERIES j' er in the Eat te of my deceased buit n'I according fa
For Sale. zeus of and vincinity that he has 30" ) SUBSCRIBER and after tbe lit law. JULIA .\..FE."lNELL..w
TalahJe 10 Glycerine, (pure Otbr
I Baeo Sides, Pork, opened a crge shop in this place joining 2 lb Io Polh THE will confine himself o exclusively to t .lIoJ! Jrot'x of N.Fennell.. d c.
rpHEFARM and appurtenances, the residence of Shoulders I Flour, cu Hk Potab I' Sl'r.L 18, 1851S. :styI
I.. SO- AUCTION COMMISSION BUSINESS,
JL II Brokaw's Lircry Stables ---
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- J. McCauts and family. This tract of Land U Ham, .
i valuable cotton laud, 5CO acres-is healthy and d.. in the buildin formerly occupied by J. L. Groner SOO ozs. SULPJ QUININE i when his best talents will b used to promote the I -Notice----
siruble on many accounts. For terms eppl/ at this I and all other articles pertaining to the GROCERY where prepared to do all Kinds of work in his Warranted pure offer low for CASI I nterest of those eotlio property to his charge. I QIXM-jntlisarterths f rst piblication of this notice -

place or to Dr. DcOANTS, Honticello.Oct. business. KNIGHT d SHINE. line, at bei shortest notice and ou the most AMES & ; He now offers hi present STOCK1 reduced prices 1 O the undenlgocd will present Lia final account -
23 1858. 35 te
2. 1868.. 4 TER.lS. Auction and Commission Merchant. of Thomas II.'Ateritt,deceased lists of Leon county

.F Sale Notice such as carriage painting and tnmmio making new Seed Seed Seed]!, Sept..4.1853. 86 ,I and ask for A
buggies and wagons, and all repairing.The : discharge.JESSE AVERITT. EitV.Oct. .

A HOUSE and two Lots, numbered 42 nod undersigned U prepared t do t kind of FOR FALL PLANTING. Bricklaying & Plastering t S. 1858: 40-tm
: 46, inU Plan of the 'where- as well and in the latest style, can
*original City, wok b
- on the subscriber now The bouse ir.comfor- A PPLICJLT10N will be made to tbe bext LcgisXX done at the North. RUTABAGA, j Green Ga Drirobead THE UDERINE begs leave t iofe the ; Cod Liver Oil. .

for a rede with kitchen and latnre of the Htste Florida., for a chatter fora All those 'h have this 1dn3 of work to do, and I j 4. county ao the surroundingcountry ':! THRESH PU RE of the celebrated "Brands" FrI '

_ :tblyaituat good water. POSe810 flil. given'jmtnediately. Rail Road.from .Golf City" in the waters of to wish it done manner that will) not fail to give Ft Dutch Turnip. | that he w prepre t any kin of work I gicrun Clark Co,'&Ruhtoo.I .-. .

Price low for (aL Enquire of Ttre Ball, Eatlarbr of .p1aicJ through the eul satisfaction, wend d well L call on Jut received- and for isle br> in the above line 0 O.TAYLOR tet. I I For salts by AMES Jt LIVELY
I JOSEPH '
AilES
or the undersigned. ff the Georgia lne \U. KUHNS. : i LIVELY. Aprilis& 14
f'ej't2 1jS, :9 Tallahassee, August 7. 185232 July 10, 19581: 28 July 17, 1858. 2? Monticello. Str IS. 183$, 3C..3ii






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BY AUTHORITY.LAWS Fiom.Glenco, via 'Ilutchinson, For( t city I I Cullum's )Ii\J--; d Pleasant Ridgelo De !!j From Butler to Emporia, Kanus. cones Cantonment L'argli; and 1J: =1 to 1 Camas Stain, Ccqa:lie'Valley* to Empire

I Paynesville to Clear 1Vatcr.j j Knlb. i From Garr..eld, via (torso Creek tat L.imtr I rrand.z dj Tit;!. .1 City.From
| From Glencoe via, Camden, to \\'.-.t tertown. I From Benton to Vaughn's! station.From : to roe: Scott Kansas. From Taos vii Arraji Hondo, Rio: Colora : Salt Lske City via: Calmatlt Lai 0

OF THE UNITED STATES.Can 1! From EIiut.1..i:1 Granger, I'xbiiuge, ior- : Okolona: xii I Ho, s'on! 1'iltiboro', to : From Butler Moneka.: KnnsriS.Fro .lo, an I Cal.-b a, to Fort Massarb'jsetts. and Jackson, to Rosebunh.i .

i est city Lime Spring?, Chester Leroy, Six i Granada. [ -n Li'.fL- Piney via Wiight} and Ketch ,i Pious Albu'K'iqtie, xii CiboIeU! and Cavern :i PENNSYLVANIA.From .

-. CLXIL-An Act to tablih certain lV.tRoad ;, Milo Grove, Cedar Valley, Otrmto/'ltdl I From Granada, via Charleston, to Goff's | um'i Stare, to Dent Co:irt house. I to Fort Defiance.Fr Slraltonvillo, via KibK'" Store, i is "
Rock City.: Walnut Lake, to Blue Earth City. ; Landing. ,: J From Greenfield; vii I King's Point anl Daj I im ,\1l1qll'r'1JI.! ] via Pe.:lta. Manzano !t"snD county, tD Claringfon.:
From Lawrence, via Big sprints, to From Ch.iUield: I'leasait Groxe: High i i From 'anlon.; via Lndlow! HgLbomCot.I j xisbarg, l t Cart'nge.' I' to Fort St ntor. I. From Troy to Bo! :sbarg.

Bron-Roxille: Fremont. Alma to AsLIann.From Forest to AuMi.i.I ; rthatta, and Dccature. to Intirprise. i i From O rage City \: Toa, Castle Hock NEBRASKA! TERRITORY. From Ihrri olU'nc.Inant', I Sipe'n

Darlington via Yerdigiis Fa'U' Fall! I I.rom ;Minneapolis MI, Wayzala, Watertoxvn. MISSOURI.From V/eotphalin and! Marks to Vienna. From Brownsville, vii Xetnaha city Archer I Mill!, Warfordsbnrg, to 1IU1tcs.? Maryland.From .

Hirer. Indian t-itv, t Frtm Juafcernxvn t t Trncibo\vrsvir: .
:
ilac and i <
Laxvrentv, XIA D.ntr..puli40} Kandiyolii. Fraud Peter, on Second Creek, MountS and Pawnee city, to T.tbln! R jcTc.i .
Fax Agency, ami Oread, to Uniii'i},t'in. ( [From; Minneapolis to Hudson ou the wrest J citing, John B. Oooj-ers', in Osage county From N?03tIO'i:1 Fpnrlanvill, :Missouri Fr.nn NemaLi city: vii: .S.ilt-ro, Plymouth: ,: Fr-n Gap via Tuyersloxvn, New Mil!town

From Grasshopper fulls-, via Oaa\\ I.i,. and aide of }Miii'iesota! er. Alexander S. Rogers, in Galloxvay's prairie, i and Gillr.ip'a} Ferry, to the Grand Sabiae, 1!i anti! Pox.iim! : t t"> Taps ka, i i.1 (*YII>&.I*.) ond Slat, to Intercourse. .
Oikaloosa! to Lawrence. '!, From Clear Lake, via Clear Water and : t) Pay Down, in Marie county. Cherokee !Nation. From Oman, city t l-. Iowa city: ((1 ,xvsi.) I From liefonte, Center Furnace and Far.mcr's
From Sac and Fox Agency to PleasantCirore. j I Fair Havci to Forest City.f Frotii Jefferson iity to Emporia, Kansas.From 1 From Vienna In Tuseumbta. From Omaha: city. xi.i Cedar island Eighti : : I High School to Pino Grove Mill. ?.
From
rom Faribault: xiaSwaresry and Taro, tot 1 I'rom Steelvi'.le'! to 'entrevillp. Mile Grow Mount and Watervsl I Emleziton via Laxvrenceburr, to
t Grec-ntkl; 1, xii Horse creek and] Lamar i Pleasant e '
From Grasshopper fail.-* to Halloa. 2Ianknto. I' to Fort Scott J Kansas. From Bolivar: Pleasant: Hope and Fair lo Nebraska dt}.. I Bradys iullron \\ orks.

From CofachJqui. *b 1 Bclmontto I'lcasa&t i From Owatami) xia Clear Lake awl mace, From Jefferson City to Moneka, Kansas.: I! Grove: to 'lar ttid.J. !1 From l'btt's.nllil ii t;> Pacific city (Iowa.) ., From Bethany: via Dyberry Fall West
Lenaium, Ea: 't :Mount Pleasant to Pleasant
; to Maukato.j From Pond via Halt and Varona
Grove ; I From Uttlvf PiIWyi.l'ri !lt and Ketch. j I Creek From FonteneiU., tin Lexxii'oigh, to De
I'rom Leavenxvorth and Fort Leavenvrortb j Frornu tiJ, xia Geneva, Berlin Otisco i to Copp's Creek. (; Mount.Fium.
city : urn Store, to Dent Court house, in Deri Witt in i! Cirnmjj: cmmty.Fr "
via Kennekuk to Palmetto. j Wilton, and! losro to St. IVter.i I, county. From :Mars'ufieM' to Hartwell. Nebraska City via rId,":", Kingston Holler, x-ia Spares Store if!:: Uetnxvii. -

From St. Joseph MK>o iri, via 1 10' a Point, 'i From \Vabahaaia Dodge City to MedfiMtl. l From Greenfield), Dade county sin King's From Houston to IIowcII Court Iioose. j r"atrir:1.I111 Lime Sprhj; *, to :riarvaville, i.ii I North Washingtcn and Mr"tlahon, h ,
Emlenton.
Mount Roy, Hainlin Central city to Mary : and Ja From Howel! Court house to Pilot Hill I i Kansas I
Point Daviurohhroh, to Carthage er ( )
; Frog Bo ford xia
: Rninsburg ani
Chcnoys
; From Piiiictton via Granite City. Crow I Aikansas.
trifle. t') county. j From Rue Spring; to At hi-on, (Kanvis.) .
From Lcavcmvoi 'it'i Oska>>o&a, to I U'iu" ; From Cole f'ur.ipii Cliariton, to Botler. : vii! to DIJ It'i/l..
Fiom O+?r; I I Pro' .\iI.' via Em.Ws: aril l Mites
horn Little rails \ From I'.irtxvell Ozark owlJ. :
via (.ranito City. Hanot ta :
Lceompion. Westphalia) Marie; to Vienna. ia, and' BcdforJ, to ('hllrlton.lou-a.( )
('rom'HlI rt, MUs<.aii. \ia JSprit-g Hill, t ver and Citirlin!, to rortuna.Frofii From Pilot Knob in Iron eomt\: via j From Lamar to Nevada.' (turn Nebraska city via Quisicy, Red oak,_ tone Long Swamp, to .MrrtzTown.

Staalou, SliuiujinsuIK', (,rely. to ,.Voshocity. Lime Falls via Ilrulter.urg! to Chatles Carter's, in J Reynolds county to Don. .; Fro'n Nevada to Papinsvill?. t| Junction, to Wi itersett (lour.i.) ', From Cvnltntint. via Bniad .Tcp, New
Sunrise ('ilI '. I I From independence, via Hickman's Mil!, From Coxin 8iotrx lows.Frcm Grenada. D.iblin Mills and Fort Lrtlfctjn ti>
i i UiII! ton to
> <.v county. i : city :
From St. Joseph,* Misuari, via uothinaVinona I From Watub: I i: Benton comity, to St Joseph I Ifrom MarshlMd to St Luke. and Santa Fe to Fort Scott, Kansas. Monroe, Monroe county, vii Clvei I Burnt CIt';hr*. .

\ Hiawatha, Carfcou, 'lItraJ""j". to I ] in -5tt:U'II- county. From C'Jc Camp xli Clinton, to Butler. FrotH Versaiilij: +. in Morgan: county viiI i ItnJ, Colunibu*. Bachanan, E.i 'non. costa i Fiom John P. KrigluuinV, via IVI .\tIJ.!!
j From :t. < loud, vb Ur.JUrsbu'g: and I :Mount Pleasant, Spring Garden, and Fair Bii'tgfj 1ot: and EuITub Mils, to Mount
3lar avak. .Kansas.I I From l'osllll'it Spartansvil'c! and Gil.str.ip'i ; i Bend, .F-jter.eJIe: Cu-ning: city, 3Iedail, I Ci! ,.ice.Frrrn.
From \\ \tl'\w."u h Missouri via llarri- .I Orunswifk, to 1'ortuna. I Ferry to the Grand; Sabine, in the Play to \'.'nna, in Mattes county. i mouth of d-Jier River: to MUgnolit, Iowa.
honville. From i'aiibu'jit in Rice count% to WUton.il 1 Cherokee nation. From \\ arren&lKirfjh! via Baiin Knob Lono i ?!r.,m Bolk-vu, ,i.t Fairxievr, toPlattior': i. Ganc."i.1! Germauia and E k Run,
to C.utf's in Potter },
Fron Manhatt.vi city l<> Uarybville.From : VVasfca rnunty. front A'i'JIUIto TuscumLia. Jack to Independence: From i B.-llevuv' t Junction city fc> coan- Camp SaluxU county.
From (; \ia Pins Creek P. O. Frum Marshall! Hazel Grore Browns I From Hariisonxi Ie, xia T-r.u ry,
i'lwood to Ca4| From Si. Joseph, Mi,-ouri, xii Plkjnuo. 1 to mJ t'wFrOI :\. From Bolivar, via Pleasant: Hope and FairCrovc vile, and Dnnksburg' to Knob Nestor. ', From Bellevue, via St. Mary's, to Pacific t it' \IfJlllppll.
Geary city, Donajihaii Monrovia Grasshopper : t J' l Ptocssier.! ri t SaKra. Ashland, and I to \1ul!fidd. From Appleton, in iirardeau county, via ;! City, (Iowa) :! 1'rofii n.. Siltslarg, in Indiana county, to Per

falls, to Topt-ka. :;merset to U ilton. i From Chester, IHiuoU: xia St.Inry' Landing I P"e:1ltontancel'i Store, to Cape Girar-; I 'l'rorn Bclovuevia! Ilazellnn, Elk Horn I ns\" From Bal l Iwin Butler

From t. Jo"-,jJ,, Mieuii vii Ute hx-ilc! i I Iiom Rwhvtng.ia: Sacramento, Wana- R- Mills, PL-a ant Valley, CrossRoads Jean city. I Fremont, Springxille, Franklin, Emerson I lo Adam's I'u't Otl Posl-Office in county,
via & 0-kaloos.i, to L-ixvrence. i mingo and Ric Lake to Owa'ona. I Mine La Motte, to Frederickstown.From From'Sturgeon Mexico.. Buchanan Columbus Monroe: Grand Island ce, Armstrcng.
Front Topeka, xia (Juiury: and Ea Zb city. From Caimon'b r\l1s. via Wastedo, Under, layette, xia Bunker Hill, to Sturgeon. I From Flora:la, i ii: Monroe( county, xii Santi I I city, 10 New Fort Kearney. | From Co.\I(?vm., in Butler: county, via
I\Vanarningo, Cherry G rush and tooeoJ'tu! Fe, to Mexico 1 : Andrian countI \. Church Hill&lm'p.. Alouih of Red Bank,
to Shi-11 Hock fall. j From Rmnsxx irk, via Elk Spring, Lacleidc, j From Bellevue to Larimee Cit '. I
Irom E'ltpoiia! to OotU-nwood lI1 i, montenil! I' Li iiets; Scott&ville, ilUI, Jackson Corners I From high li Mill!, in )Montgomery county, : From Omaha City, vi.t1i3SJur River to j to Reimer b'irg in Clarion county.
From ltaliaii Council Grove, :) Bu I I'romU"ti1! tn flue Earth City. Ufiionvilie; to Centrexille Iowa. on the North Missouri Railroad, via Price's I St. Joseph, Missouri. j From Fannettsburjr Carrick Furnace,
chanan. i From Minneapolis J vu Watortowu and From Somerset to Princtrto.i. Branch and Trixiol, in said county, Truxton From Dakotih City: via Galena [to Pacific I I in Franklin! county.

From Warsaw, :Missouri, vii Duller, to I instead, to ilrecLenridge.Fiom I From Macon City, xia Ia Platte, Kirks Lost Branch, and Louisville! in Lincoln county j City, on the Niohrarah River. I From Lancaster, via Millport and .I Ii

3Iontg.*mwy, Kansas. !I Mount l Vernon to \\'LitYatt r vibe, ( rc'ntllt. Inkerman, Lancaster, I.avi- ,I to Ashley, in Pike county. +. From Brownsville, via Nemaha Cily. Peru, i I man's From Mrll, 1-0 Straiburg.
Leirerling's the Meadvi Jo and!
From Ossaxvattomie, via Paris to Mont I rail J. nlI.) to OOII.fit-Id! low. From I.ibnyravia 1Iro kvmCe, Philadelphia i Winnebago, S'. Stephens Ynnclon and Hula on
gomery. !i i From Geneva, in rn-eiwrn county, to rrce- I l'rom Chillic-the via Trenton, MiJJlcbary I West Springfae'd, Novelty, and \ViUon to to St. Joseph, Missouri. :i Edinl' rg Rink Road, in Crawford county,
xii Waterf: and
Pellexille. tn
From Atehisoa to YermitJion city. barn City, in Fairb.iult c Hint}'. to Princiton.From: Kiiksvillp. [ From Fontciu-Ile. via Dc Suto, Calhoun Wadsburg
From Atchison tn D# F. c. !; From Srt-r.ii !River to I.oiig IV.iiri I Shclijyvil.lt, xia Ncxvaik, to '; ina. Fl'omIon rot.. city Mexico.. i and Cincinnati, to Magnolia: ((Iowa.) | Fr-im Mercer, via West Middle. %, tcYonugstown

From Atchison; tAmerica.. ; From Blue Earth Cily to sort Dodge in I From Huut,xilLxia Fort Henry, BrockinrWge From Bowling Green, via Harmony, to From Omah'l.ity., \i:1 Bt'I'erue, Pl.itt Ohio.
From Clnrion to Tian ta. _
Torn AtdiMm.'it Lancaster QSt'otab.Eoreb i Iowa. and Magee College, to Iilooniin! ton. I Spencrrsburg. month Rock: Bluffs, Kenosha, Wyoming, !
Ontario, end America, to Yarnnllionctty. I From Ne\v lTo! \b Tutllc's. Farm to I From J l'o uxilie, via Bi.or.I Oro', to Glas- Fiom \rnrcntllJ.olI: the North Missouri ; Nebraska City% Hoc City, to Brownsville. From Mercer to Brownsville.
Leaven w rl1!. Sow. Railroad; x i Truxton and Nineveh Ashley.. Fran Arclrer to Geneva; and Sha ti.i : From Andesrille. via Sandy Hill! to An

from Sl Joseph, Missouri and Jlhvood, From Lung Prairie t<> IJttlo ralu. From Cantor: via : Monticello! Newark, I From leiicks'on t to Ironton. i From Pi.ittsmiouti! via Rock Bluff and dcrsoiiburgh.Fn

via KeaJ. kuk. to (iraa I";"}'r fnI! <. I From Columbus to Can.briJw. j I i E>isia, Kirk.ilo.: Ninjxe'i. Greenville, Milan 'I From Wairensburg via Harribonxille, toMinneola ,j Kenosha, to Sidney, (loxva.) '. anti ShalJ's.tndessilievia Mill*, to Sandy Rosbarg Hill. Icke&bcrg.
From Kuufcujc'it? to rort Sc',lt. I From Clear l Sjiiinj, vii C'l.'arwatt-r, to Lir.lK-y, and Trenton to Gallatin.: (Kansas: ) j From Nebraska City, to Linden (Misj j
LOUISIANA.Front I j Forest City. I From Ijoxx; !li! to Rotkpoit.I .|I Fro'n St. Joseph, via El wood, Walhena I II souri.) 'i From Hollidaysburg to WilliAmsburg.

i I From Reilv i-igto MontorviHe.Fmin i! Fiom Orl"lrmi.1 \\.g Valley and Glain's '|I and Highland, in Doniphan county Mount I From Florence, via Golden Gate, (lo Fun j From Martinsbarg t.) KAlamazoo.
tea Road \ia M organza, Thi)on.CaUnrba I' I From Watcrford via Belldona to Walls-
j I
rails Brown
: Sionx to Fort Randall NebraskaTerritory. Ranch?, to Marysiillc.Fioni Roy, Podonia and l'Ivmouth. in coun lenele.! .

Oppress Pint Uru..1a"aUl', to SinuMSport.aid I FSlhnore, ,Graham, RusseTsliIrs !It.\. Ka'ls:1snlt MiJdlebur! in Richardson I From Florence, via Elk Horn City' P,.. I burg.From
From Veruoa via spa;to rinnicrhouse Titujville.
to
) From the month of James River via J lee to Pawnee city, in Nebraska. : .
Lamar: Station an J Amity, to Jlunnd.i! Iowa. I county mont North Bend Emerson Buchanan Columbus i
to RSttggnld.IVtu > itlePlatte.! to flat t Earth. Rocky Hill, Sandy Hill, to \\'akHldt.I. front Canton, \Memphis, Lancaster, From Li Grange: to Quincy, Illinois. I': and Nebraska Cenlie to New Foil I i ii From HuMleton, in Philadelphia, by tWB
t Hickory berry P.O. to Oakford, in Buck's county,
pi 1 Hills.J UnioivilK Si. John Piimctin From (el1pliil.1.: Uniontoxvu to Savannah I} j
From to Man&ileld! vii, Red Bethany, i Kearney.
BkfTaiul SUreveport Kindlon.From I. From EHioLi, via Granger, UxbiUgc, lor- Genny Court house, and Rochester to 7t.Joseph. I Davis cojiity' low.i. I! From ['lorenc'h Crescent City. Prmo- I j SOUTH[ CAROLINA.From .

Livonia, via Point Coupee. Court est City, Lime Springs Chester Lo Roy, Six I NKw'lHMi'SHlRE.From [ I sa, Lura, Haml n's Grove, Bear Grove 31 orrisbtirn Monk's Corner, via Cordcsville, Ha
.Milo Grove; Ce hoave, to Point C.IUt"'c Post Orl cc. Douglas Oss pcc, vii Oisipeo Conttee, WestOsipee Ii Iii | Boon to Cuinhoy,
Fro'Ji ( Aod 04'tl'r to Vcrtion.Fraia Rock City, Walnut Lake to Blue Earth: Mount Pleasant West Fork, and Middle Forkof .i to Tamworth i Des :,[oines, (Iowa.) on the Wando River.

Raton Rouge lo Henry I I.*. !Bi tint-It's City.From Grand River, to Fain'iew.I From .Marlow. giSt Lempster to LenIs From DK Solo to Pymoa, (Iowa.) From Charleston to Curtis', on Johns It-
SUne, pari&h of .1.ceusion.: ChatfieM, via Pleasant! Grove, High Fiom: liockport to Lewis, Iowa. ter. II From Plittsmoulh, xia Cedar Creek, South land.From

From I'ainco'jrtvilL- to Itayou Pierre, Part Forest to Austin. I I't out Oregon, via Forest City to White From Manchester, via | Bend and Parallel City, to Long Island. King's Tree lo Potati Fen, on Black

and IJdld Hirer, tu the Parish of Assunijui; From Minneapolis, \r:1}I.'lt.'l, Watertou-n, Cloud, Kansas. Milf'rd, East Wilson and Bi"orJmi..rst'l| From Niobrarah! to Sioux City, lowi. River. "
MAINU I Winstead, Byron: and Cedar City to Kandi- From St. Joseph, via El woo J, Wathena, Ipsuich. I From Dt'ctur."iL Asliton: Belt i.INP, to From Spartanbnrgh C. II. via Crawford-

yolii.j Troy and Bennett's to Kennekuck Kansa From Salisbury to V Vst Salisbury. Dennison, Crawford county, Iowa viI! and ReMville, to Greenville C. II.
From I'li'ljtnrater Mar hill Lf t'.er: j From Minneapolis to Hudson, on tho crests From Paikxille I From
via Ridgeley lid Plaitvburjrh NEW YOm From St. Stephens to Ar: er. Unionville, via Krlton 'Mount Joy
"C," and Maple throve, to fnri F:1ir idll. of .Minnt'Eota River. to Stewartsville. I From Dakotah City, x ia Sargent's Bluffs: and Skull Shoals, to Gowdysville.:
From llrkl!ffoid, via Sato, la\ton! Sin' 12,1- i i From Clear L-iLe, via Clearwaterand! Fairy Front Weston, via Camden Point to Ess-: From Maiden Bridge to Rider's Mill. I to Foil D-s Moines, (Iowa.) Frrm Charleston to New Orleans, by the '

ish, flatJwir, -'d.g.;, Dt'nll. ,.., and FryfbjrgCo }I I haven, to Forest City. ton. From D'ITls'ille.'i.t South Dansville and From Bellexue! t.> Fort lies Moinos: (Iowa.) way of Fernandin and Cedar Key, the route
Lovcl! From Faiibault, via Swanzey and lasco: to From St. Joseph} via Belmont and Lrpirto, Stephen's Mills: ; to Horne-;\iIl! '. I From Omadi via Logan, St. John, Addison to go into operation {if the service, can bo per
From lvii fi"Kl, \.1 Jerusalem Mid St. t- ManLato. Charleston From Union via Vestal and Ferry Creek, j jbraralr.
t j to Ivansas. I Punci, Concord: aud fct. James, to Nio formed in sixty hours.
tan J BOO, to Elltij'I.n: .*. From On-atunnn, via Clear Lake, lascu to From al*tOIl alt Rochester! and I Fairview r to LiftI- Meadows! (Pennsylvania..) i: From CU l.n C. II. daily to Spaitanborg.
Froui Fast MtlJiu lun, via Clifton, aid Mackato.: to DOS Moines., From Brooklyn, via Third Avenue and i From NiobrRraTj to Fort RandalL I TENNESSEE
Olw Mariaville.: From Autiiia Geneva, Berlin, Otisco, From Missouri B 'y RU'g, to Fort Hamilton. I i
xia and Plaits
,
City From
Liberty "Jrt 1;:1nf4tU'i: \ the mouth ol f Blue: t
Frotu Uradibrd to Dovrr.MARYLAND.. I Winton, losco, to St. IVters.MiriHGAN.: bur, 'u, toStexvaitsxille. From Cameron via Swale, Tllhft Sculls!! j Earth! River, lo tho nuiuth: of Little Mcdicico I From Vernon via Dunnington (o Bof itld. ,
From via.SM4I1d
: (From via I Hill and Hedgesx-'iile, to Woodhull. i Wajresboror to Lin-
Liberty, Hayncvfile acid Mira!!io! Knoll River. I
rw From Sincl.ar xllle, via Ellington!: to Falj jcurer j tie n.
From Paliixtnt to Forert. I From Corunn.1i.i :'hiawassotown, Fremont I to G.tllati.i.: I I From Niobrrrah, via the Poacn Reserve, i ito From Wajnesboro, via Smiths Fork and

F,0 II L.ikc;tiilo to nishtp' Head.FroTi I AnliimConn.i\, I owkrtil! '. 1 froth 'iinuri! City viahaa'reailletoCanr. I. From H'jrsch'.Miis S.iliivscvi'tleto Chimney Rc{-k. Haotutgh to Corinth Mississippi.From .
Snow Hill to Dc.ri -kbOAl'a Crost i I'loni Ltv):..l Post Oifice:! in )ll.f'f'"t1 conn. fid.I.; I I OHIO. Nashville, via Saddle Tree, to Lef.ber's .
tload ty tlie! northern terminus of route nnmliertuvlvc ? from Parkvil'c! xii: Plaltbn bb, Galktb, 1 Cay u la.From I .
Fork.
Ooneso Centre b Sectlsburg. i From McArlhar: : Vinton county, via Lau
From Snow Hill via Xeu-tonm,to Princess thousand l HX hundred and seven, to I Trenton, Milan Memphis, to Burlington, I From Granxillo Chestnut
Mound.
loxva. From Grahnnsvillo; Sullivan county, via rtl Grove, to South Bloornhigulle, in Hocking I to
glue Stuvea Post Office, in Grand Traverse From Greenwood valley to Eminence. II I Clajville and Debruce, to Patlvsulta, Sullivan county. j I From Manchester via lIi1lsLoro' and Hind.
MASSACHUSETTS. county. From Powhatan Point via Captina Ring'sMills [ ":111'8 Hill to IV ham.
: county.
From NicLletille! in Sat inaw counl'b From Oharleston to St. Jcmi s Bayou.
From Tauiiton, vb Ilayuliam, to FridgeFrotu Drodie and lade, to DajJtii, ia Jinton From Appleton, via Pocahontaa and Vancle's NORTH CAROLINA.From Armstrong's ills, Bealhvil.'e: Pitcher Elliville.From Union Depot, via Bloanlsrille, to t

tinstet Store, to Cape Girardau City. I Newborn Adams' Creek. to Malnga. j II
:
county. I From Wavcrly, via Allison and Iron 1 From Kuoxville to Wallace's( Cross Roads.
\Voon socket I
lieilinham to rails I From rrr d ick town to Railroad
Fro.T JJroi ;Llya to Nap>!1oI. 1 Perryvile. I From Atlantic and North Caiolini:
i
Spring, to Bninbridgi. From Majnardville to Loy's Cross Roads.
flhode 18Iand.f't'OI
bLtlJeuxille to Wrenthain.MINNESOTA. 1 From Lspcer, in J..afk"'r..o mty, \ia Mara- From; Pri! C3 on, via Cainsville, Harrison i to Adams* Creek. From Nt-Isonvi'le.' lIitcb ock's M'lN! i! From; Knoxville, via ,*Ioor '. Bert''anddgriff's .
Watcrtown, and Frenioat in Tuscolee Citp and Coysville to Albiny.From I From Newbern.lo Bay River. Ilocksviiie and MeJilI, to Nexv Lexington. | and Racoon: Valley lo Alayneniville.
Platt'!! City, xia Farley! to Leaven From Leechvllle in Beaufort to
,
to Vassar, in M i county I
I'I'b.m. ), 5 e 011;t- I From WalhffiHlin-r, via Yankee Ridge From MajnafdviKe: via Lost Creek to
From Minneapolis, xia r.rf I'nwnod. Cocato .\Junnillch Mottxilla and Union, worth City, Kansas. .I Head of Pungo. 1 Pcst-OJilce, in Ces'iocton county, Jones'I i Speedville.; :: f
From Rockjwrt via Rich Mounnt Vcr-
Portsmouth.
roret city and Irving to Breckinridj to I'ift -on. From Beaufort: lo i j Corners, Dewitt's Ridge, Drake's Valley to From Jackson, via Mount Pinson, Monte-
From FOrt Britts, via Clue Earth city, to I From St. John's, in Clinton county, aLa non, Nebra".ki. From BraMleboro to William F. Levxis', }i L udounvdle, in Ashland county. | zuoia. to Purdy. .

Albert Lea.From i Keystone, (;jrcenbash StcU'., North Star, to From Chillicotlie! vii Springhill LixingstonJamosport or Prospect ill, in Edgecornb county. I j From Newark to Millwood. : From Rock Inland, via John L Gret somV
Houston: city, via Yucatan, and ; La Fayette. Crittcnden, and Pleasant Ridge From Movly Hall ii; Lenoir county, to j
I From Colton in Henry county via lea: Store, Thomas Fancher's Mills! to Cokerill
Highland> to Preston. I From -, via MathertiVi, Montieello! to Bethany. It Jericho, Wayno county. I \\ est Barre, to Wauseon, in Fulton county. I From the mouth of Sandy! T.a: Euchantp,
Fioin i'latt-burgh via Platte River, ArnoIiUx'll. From Moscly lI ll'ia Hookertoa to I
From Daeotab city via Judson ( Yystal to Albania [iabe! county. From McConnellsville, via Woll Creek to Conjersville.
Lake city to Blue Earth city. I I From llhic.1, \ia Ia l'A 'l1tf", tl' St. Charles.: .', Benning, De Kalb and Rushvllle, I Greenville. I Ring! old, Wise's Roads and Bishopville, t: From Dverbbitrgh, via Chesnut Blafl" (o'
From Albert Lea, via Bristol, Iowa, Mason I From Ithica \i., Alhta a.ud fc'!. lxuu, to to Atchiason, Kansas. j' From :lhul.l't, in Wayne county to BullHead I to 1 rtmbl:. : Brownsville. 1

city, to Cerro (;ode, loxva. Midland City. Promo Richfield via Cameron, Alto! Vista j I' in Green county. From Belpre, via Dunham, Veto, Vincent: From Ellijoy, via Knob creek, and Grut'i ,
From Albert Lea, via Blue Earth city, ,I from St. JouaV, via Lana, ( .ntn .'. Cor- and Pattecifrburg, to Beth.inj I Flow Midway, via Sandy Ridge to Fulton. I Bar'oxv! Watoilown and Waterford to Bev- I Cttt k, lo S.-vierville.
; East Essex: Brook From H.irri-ioiiville, xia Paris, Stanton: j j From Columbia Gun Neck.
rairiban't countyto Winnobago 'it ly. nc-rs. Maple Rapids Spring erly. : From McMinnville. via pyres, In Wrre
From Travel dt'5iou, via Head of to Itbi t.From I Ohio i city to Sac Im'ia and Fox Lewis Agency.Hetterbrand's i iI j From Lsachbnrg, Jolmson: county! to Ral I From Ridge Post-Olfice, in Coshoclon i county and Sergeant's, in Bledsoe count/, loPuexillc. t
II From Elk )
Swan Lake Ld: yette, roil n J ely, to Sioux Jackson to Piil.-t&Li. eigh. via Clark's Mills to Hlooml t"r.J. .
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From Marquette, I by the most direct line .o I Peter L. Th'unpson's, and Lewis Rogers', to From Xiyo'lIO1! : the I line of the Blue county From Marii Stine Post-Office to Minster. I From Franklin via Hart's Cross Roads.

from agency.hake City, via Mazej.pa, Fie island, I the Wiiconsin State line, on tho Menomom'r the 'land; Sabine: Cherokee Second Nation. I H.lgl' Railroad, through the valleys of Cheve I' From Youngstown to Mercer in Mercer I ) .JII1tr: HardUon's Mil', Beard's Stoto ,,
From Herman, xii: Creek Mount and Peyote to .
or Hanging dog, Murphey.
I River about five miles fiom itl mouth. I I
UauterriIle, I to Wa=iojali. county Pennsylvania.From and Berlin', to Le\v sburg.
Sterling, Delhi, Gallaway's Prairie to Paydor. From Thorn's Creek Post Office via Doug-
l'romt'w Ulm. via Soda Spring, Oasis, J i Fro it Little 1 inverse, via Mackinaw City, Saxannah Whilcville Lancaster, via Rnyalton, South From Franklin via Barren *y Charlotte.(
From I. Guilford laFord and Green; Harbor, to Dobsen.
Mountain Pas to Jledary. I: to Duncan. I ) I Bloomfield, Genoa, Harrisburgb, Cali.1>rnii, I Ito nom Huntingdon via Paris and BojcU-
Bedford .
and Sweet Home to loxx'a.From From Madison in tol3rtin's
llandrean tit Summit From Appleton, via Shawano L. AncVsP. Rockingh.ini county, in .Madison villa to '. '
From lilrdary: yin : ), .tlh ndale Centrehill London coont! t Mayfield, Kentucky. I. -
\ Smithton ) Lime Kiln in Stokes
,Pity Sbax falls! city, Emiceji, to Sioux city t I O., Houghton's Clifton Eagle River, Eagle West Point to county. I From Gilead xii New Westfitld and From Lexington via Mifflin to Jackson.
and Marysxille.From From [.eakec !lei via Martin Growan's, .
Iowa. Harbor, to Copj/>er Harbor. Osage Pike to McComb. From Patf",YL mansfield, and nwiborocgh e
St Joseph's via Iowa Point .l1iteCk.ud. to parse Pasture: in .
Groganville, Henry r
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From Mcdary to fort Ibnl air, Nebraska Fiom Midland City Albany.. Mount YamHn.and Central From I'ow hatan PoInt.'i\ Kanlz'g's, to U 1nCir1;.Jon.
Roy, City.Katr
Territon-. I Front Pcwarno..ia Maple P. 0., to Putt county. Lantiz's Gates' Yard and Bealhville, to Malaga From Silrertop, via Darnt-. LRcd.l; to
ea3. I'rcm Jefferson to John inAshe
EldriJge, esqr, t
I"r'W11r Luke cify to Rochesfiy.I | Corppromise.From .
land.From From Bethany via Eagleville, to Decatur t
From La Crescent, cia Loretta Ridgway, I. Pexx'amo to )lan hN ton. loxva.From county.From Thomasville via Eden, Nance's From Portsmouth to Locust Grot Knozrille, via Bearer .RWg, Del
From Chessanning to St. Charles. City- From River Styx to GUI Id ford. Robcrtaville Oli",,' Crooked Fork
I arnxTwine, 1Va toka, WayLnnl, Wyattsxile Paikville, via Barry, to Plattsbargh. Mills, Salem Church Tasseter'n Mills! New Rej ,
"Warren Neoca*, Saratoga, CliatlielJ, and From Jntonagon, via Roc.ltml, Adventure.Slgonquin River Fri I.' Carrollton via Fiant y's Grove Jiill- IIi"pe Institute, Barney's Mills to Troy. From Wadawortb to Guilford. 'j Morgan: C ,|I> Sza..FMJ. and GUdes. to
Houghton I Clifton, Eagle Jarteadwn.!
Marion! ltochester.From OREGON TERRITORY.
to Phtts :
vide! and Knoxille to urgh. From Jackson Newborn; ;
Caledonia, via Sheldon, Yucatan and Eagle Harbor, to Copper Haibor.MISSISSIPPI. From Parkxille, via Fairmount Smithxille From Franklinsville, via Richland Creek, 1 From Salem, along the military road to i j From Pikevill via Pink Ridge unit Blyres-

Dedham to Ru.l ford.Fioai Carpenter's Store, and Platlsburgh, to Gala Stone Lick. Astoria. i villa, to Je IiDDyjJlo. : '

Rochester, xia Marion ChatfieM, IJ.'artut'fs' From Kosciusko, via Centre Plattsburgh line From v Walkersville via Stewart's Store From Rosfrburg. via Coqoillo Valley to From Athens, via Sane and Moor's Store,

Grove, and Preston, to Cariniona. I Xoxapater Coopxrood, F :un's Springs, and From Marysville to Bedford, Iowa. t D. D. A. Belk's,. and Jackson Stognins, to Empire City, at Coose Bay. f fo Solpber Springs .
From St. Peters, xia Nexv Ulm, fort Htllge'l Gholson to Shuqua'ak.! Fron: Bethany to Nine Eagles Pe..siut! Hill, (South Carolina.) From Salem to Titaruook( Bay. From Spring creek, in Madison county,' r

!y, Sioux Agency, to Pajutazee. From Granada, xu Duck Hill, Statthnd, Fio.n LeLinon to HarlxvclL I From Kinston, Lenoir county, to' Rich From Salem via Fort Yrmhill, to Grand ;j via Lecompton and Jane to Crucifer T
From Looneyvflle I Houston, YU Jreensboro', Bankston, Wilcox, New Prosy From Dou;Slas Court house to Howell I lands: Onflow connt). .. Round Reservation Agency. "' ;, From''Sparta, up the Calf Killer via Jo'hrl 4
Dt'adham Nexvburv, Senora ta Eli! (.ta.I and Louisxille. to Macon. Court house. I From Waynesville Hayxvood county via From Salem to Franklin Butte, in Lynn I\ II Caririehael'e, James BobananV:. '. the p-
I rom ChatfieU via High Forest Mndison, poet From CarrJlton to SMon.Fioin From Hartxvoil: to Douglas Court house. Chattahoocho Creek to Dandridge, Jefferson county. 1 O on the Walton Road. : ..r.*t '. .j .

Geneva, Fretborn, to "'il p'ho, city.F' Shuqualak, via Gholson; Cofladeliah From Buffalo, xia St. Luke, to MarshfieldFroii I' county Tennessee. From Lafayette via McMinvilJe, Muddy, From! Murfreesboro,to Las Casc ,'HJlfeC ; ,
!' .):". ::I.n-I.apee, via St. Yalealine, Rock.f.Hd Philadelphia Laurel hill,'EJinburg and Carthage rremont, via Wheatland to Lamar. NEW MEXICO [TERRITORY.] Wilhelmiaa, to Grand Round Reservation. t and Auburn, to Libtrl/. ?F.. "* ,* ;

.r.Ioaticello, to CIl'nrIt
a From Rroxvnsvil!*, via La Crescent, Eagle I From to Kosciusko, Long Creek, Allen, 1 roar Herman, via Francis Peters', [ount'I''I Reto, in the county of Rio Ariba- to San From Jacksonville ..U Macianeta, to I. and-LUlla' Rock in Arlia .u. 4. :.. ."

Riau;. Drcs blek. Dakota, Richmond, Line. Williams' Ferry to Taylor's Depot. Sterling, John B. Cooper's, in Osage ( Antonio (Los Corejos)in the county of Taos. Frederick Westgate, Jackson county. TEXAS.

ilif. Homer, to Winona. From Lauderdale station, on tho Mobile Alexander S. Rogers'.in Galloway's Prairie, From Fort Union, via. Gandaupti! Santa Fiona Rosebargh, in Douglat- county,-via Front Jasper to Sam Augult Dt'. Q-I., t f

rrom_ Winncbago city via Falrmount, to } and Ohio railroad, xia Kcmper'a Springs,, to Pav Dow in Mark" county., II7 Gertrud, San: Antojiio, Agua Ncgra, Rb- Lookiog-Glass Prairie, Ten Mile] Prairie, Fran Gilmer in Upsbor eoanty: la :Si : '.. if.
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p'ie) c ng*, Biiijht Stir P O, in 11o1kigi Fiom TsoRi.cr.* to Kexvauee.Fron :: York to Livcip >ol, and! back, three hundred ted : Provided, That no compensation: shall coafened by the act approved January six- I from Jamaica to New York, fo And the that rate the of
i coaty Kf waunee to Slurg Bay.j Gid forty six thousand five hundred dollars : bo allow! i"J for any sen ice performed under I teenth, eighteen hundred and fifty seven, on the sick reanming (in bc.ud
in
I V am Petfrsbnah, on Lake Soda, in liar j From Green Div to fchawnaw. anJ it ii hereby provided that there bo paid this act to any officer \\hos3 salary is established officers restored, or transferred, to the act vocr j Presideit causa suitabia testimonials to be

- : risou coon r, to Marshall, along the railioa-i. From Inneau, via Oak Gove, and Loxvell's to the 1'ost Oilicc- Department out of said ap- by law.Approved reserved list under that act. j, !hike manner presented to (be medical cfI>erF.in .

t From Alt >, in Cherokee county, to county 1 to RecsexilK' J probation such sums as may bo required to Juno 11 1, 1838.CHIP. Approved, March 10, 1SG9.Xo. the Kiilish erxicd, in j.ttendiitc rpxvHrdi lo at the the

t site of Angelina county, or Jonesrille. j From New London, in N'oith! Royallou, { p-ocure the transportation of the mails from hospital, t-itl! appropiiate
IL From Ln.1nport, via TruitN Store, Millurd's. denvburg and Scandinavia, to P.oxer. I New York to Liverpool, and back, on such I CLXVL-An Art in relation to Court, and [ 4.] A resolution to authorize eeitein Officers | muses and other attendants there, viLiUt occaj -
time holding of the Tciro thereof, ia the several And lien engaged in the search for Sir Join [ Ld by the officers' ar.d'ccxv; of the "SusAj.pioxed. -
tako them !
and Unena Vista, to Nacogdoches.FrosrPa.is. Lin, I the Collins line fail to
From Rock in Rich'and county, via dajs 3 may ji j Territories ia the United State?. I I'miiirn. to receive rrtain Medals presented to *
: in Lamar county to Mount Boar creek. Ironton Lavalle Sum- i from New York.i Britain. (1uehrauriai.
t Sandusky thin l.y the Government of Great
Bo it enacted the Senate and House o' I 1I,1539.
\; Pleasant in Titus county. mil, to Maugh's Mill in Juneau county. i For tiansjiortilion, r>f the maPs fiom Nexv I Representatives cf by the United States of Amer- Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatix'es May
9 From Caris-a to Athens. Front Oconto to Shaxvamxv. J Yoik ' of ihe United Sta'es of America
ica in assembled That the of Re lutkm to tcthcriz (
j Coi.gi ess judge [Xf 11.1] A IL.e.ntsry
From Ciockett, via Stt-H'u Landing, toCentreville. From La Crosse via ] ville Sheldon j Havana and Clngre, and back, two hundred
>roxvn j jI i the Supreme Court of each Territory cf the in Congress assembled? Thit the officers and! o< the Treasury to aniltattl scttT* the Ac ttunt*
I Dedham, Precton, Cnrimonirt, Forcstiillt, I and sixty one thousand dollars. United States authorized to hold men engaged' in the several expeditions which 1-5' the ot.traeti-r for the Krrction of tie Uaitrd
are
From Hiilsboro, via Buchanan and Weaiheiford Spring Valley, Frankfort, Austin, Sumner, For transportation of the mails from Pan a- j r court xxithm their respective hereby district-MI the lava bee fitted out i-i the United Slates for State, Marine llosnital at Siu l'nr.tisvw, Clifrr-r-
to Fort Belknap. Alb,'it Lea in .Minnesota. ma to California and Oregon, and back, three |
to VVjHiiebigo. j I the of Sir John Franklin and hi*
count'cs wherein the laxx-s of said Territo- recovery
From Fort Sullivan, via Cameron, to Bet- Sic. 2. And be it further enacted, That |J. hundred and twenty eight thousand three ,1 lies, courts have,been by or bi? established, companions, bIl cuthorized to scccept the Itt-solved by the Senate and! house of Rep-
ten I the Poe>tinnster Genernl be authorized lo make hundred and fifty dollars may ihcJuh icct-ntl* transmitted to (this I re$ mtaix-es! ot"t'.io Unju-d States of America
for the of and! all government
I From Cunningham, via Leesburgh, to Lex- 1 such arrniTgemtnU for the transmission of tho ]i For transportation of the mails between :, matters( purpose anti causes hearing, those determining in xvhich: the for presentation to them, by the government in ( Icngrefs ass -mUtd, That the Sccutary
ington. great through mails l between Portland and !I San Francisco, California, and Olympia, ; United States is except Provided That thoI of (;Ireat Britain. of the: Treasury In, a id he is hereby, author-

From Seguin, via Post Oak Sutherland! New Orleans, us will insure the most speedy I Ij j Washington Territory one hui.divd and twenty thereof a shall party be: the, Tcrrito- : Approxid, March 10, lt>53. i'.pd ?nd directed to settle and adjust the ar-
Spiings, Chisem's Crossings, to Helena. j and! certain connection, including in the route two thousand: five hundred dollars. I| expenses paid by : coni Cf the ctjntraftor for the erection of
.' the in xvhich said
l'romRetten to Gatesville. j for one of the daily! mail, as many of the ,1 For traii portaiioti of the mails on Pujret's i' ry, or be by held and counties the United St.tles shall courts! inno [No. 5.] -Jii resolution pfting the Distribu- the Vnited States Marine hospital at San
From CVntroville t:> Magrolia. seaboard commercial cities ns may bo consistent Sound, twenty two thousand four bundled | may be therexx illi. tim vf certain 1'ublio Docniarita. i' Frai tcisco, (.Caiifon, and to pay to said con.

t From St. Mary's, via Rcfugio. to Goliad. I with the greatest ili>jutch. dollars. i case chargeable June 14 1JS. 8.Cm" ; Resolved by the Senate and Housa of Rep tract or, out of any ni ney in the treasury not
From Magnolia to Centrevillc. Approved, June, 1S38.CHAP. Scr. 2. And bo it further enacted, That i Approved, > j recitatives of the United Slates of Ameiic.t i, othe. "wise ap po: :iat(-d, the amount that maybe
From Fort Davis lo P esidio dl Norte. !, there be p-iid to the Post Oilicc Derailment, '. in Congress assembled, That the words so fo urn! to be justly due to him under the
- From Marshall via Gilmer Quitman and of the of ihre hundred and ( LXVIL-.tn A t making _trIrnhiniati.irstar I between Eaid contractor and
CLXIIf.-An Act to supply Delirien< its in out appropriation j the crvic >t the Potfic<) ? Ju- many, in th"! third section of the joint resolution conti acts r.nte
1 f ireenville, to Dalla the 'iI.l.r.Slriatiosstr| | the ( urrent nt.d Contingent forty rix thousand five hundred dollars giant- ring th I'icalcai- eii !ii"4 the thhtu-tli!l't.nrtlnent of June, of the twenty eighth January, eighteen the pi i'per of the "overmnent in referv'ice to
t From some point in Texas to San Diego fiilfilliit Expi-nmuf
.| in California. Trills, for the ycar S-tipulrttif.n ending Juu thirtieth, eighteen | March, eighteen hundred and fifty seven, "for jtianspoitalion j Be it nacted by the! Senate and! House of of certain documents, be, amid the A11[ )rorrf l, May 19, 1859.
From Tyler, via Athens, Corsicance and huudred and iifty-eight. of the miis! from New Yoik Representatives of the [United States of Arner- same arc hereby, stricken out ; and the xvords
} Dresden, to Waco. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of to Liverpool, and back," the sam of sixteen ica in Congress assembled! That the folloxv- I two hundred! and fifty be, and the! same are [No. 11: ] Joint Resolution for paving tW Ceimi-

I From Columbus to Gen Valdtnaui's.p Representatives of the United States of America tlioiis-md seven Inculnd and! fifty seven dollats i ing sumj be, and the same are hereby,appro- heivby, inscitrd in their place ; and fmther, pen** ISbn.>f the of House>tc >gr.ipl t'f tlej tr re-employed. ntatit CikRes t>y CeiatEJtttte -


VERMONT. in Congress assembled! Tliat the f.i.lioxxing : and seventy cents, lot fivi outward trips i priated for the hcmce of the Post-(tilice? Department I (that the words at tha end of the section, by
axvd! the Senate and II' eof
_ _ 9 From Cabot, via Walden, East Hardxxicke turns !h>-, and they nre hereby, appropriated from New Yo.k; to Liverpool, toxxit: on lourleinth I for the year ending the thii tieth of him,*' be and the same are hereby stiicken 1 by u IIop-
of the L nitett!
resent: itives Stales of AUK rica
and Grcensborro', to Barlon. out of any money in the tr"asury not j jothcrxvUe February and flcvrnlh April, eighteen June, eighteen hundred and fifty ni-ih! out of out : and the words to him, by the repre- assemble That
in Co the
From Barton, via.Iat Craftsbury, to N. Appropriated; for the pmposo of hundred and fifty sevm, and thirteenth Feb. ,' any nntneys! in the treasury arising from the j sentatixo in Congress from each congres- i ress Secretary
of the Treasury be, and! ho U !licn-eimv, author-
( rftbury.t paying deficiencies in the i.ppiopmtiona for i nury, (lii'tet-titli March and tenth April, eighteen revenues of the said department, in conformity 1 sional cistrict, and by the delegate from each
Fiom Rcadiboro', Vermont, via; Monroe, he curient and contingent expenses of tht> i imdred and fifty eight, when the Collins !- to the act of the second July, eighteen bun- Territory in the United $tatt-s," be and! are *1 ized an d directed to allow and pay,out of any

p to Honda, in Massachusetts Indian Department, m d ftdfihhit.,,' treatsstip. lino failed! to perform ser lee ; and that i dred and thiity six : hereby inserved.Approved money in the tron urr tof otherwise appropiiated -

f From Cas'.Mon, via Iiubba dto.i, to Sud- ulations xvitb various Indian tribes : the lot ther-aura of (ihiily five thousand dollars, i For transportnjion of the maiU, (inland,) March 20, 1859. !, the conupensa thin of itemittgro.hera( |
emjloy! cd by the comir.itfec-3 of the 1 loose ufHeprcc
; barv.f For restoring and mair.taining, by pp.ice- or so muci! thereof as tory b3 neces try, bo i iptM 1 ten millions one hundred and forty thousand
f From Hancock, in AddUon county, via I, aisle< n en ure, litendly relations xvith the In- to the Post O'Hce Di>ptrtnient, out ol live Inndred and*twenty dollars. [NV .',.] A Uti-olutTon antLori Lieutciont- entativcs, ES audileil untkr the diree'tiers

p 1 Granville, to Warren in Washington county. {I dim tribes in Ortgon Tenn-TV, o.- so much the appropriation! nf>resaiw >rd of Honor from of aid House.Arp .
VIRGINIV.[ I'.i t nast. r ( -mral to tIme her llajtfty the Queen Spain. fjvcJ, May xl. 1SJ3.X .
thereof ns may be neces *ry for expenditure < procure transportation three hundred and tx\ci.tj five thousand j
I J I'rrni Oaklind lo Homeland. I dnri 2 the v i-.ir en .ing; thirl.i-lh! if Junv, cigfi- of (hi* mails from New \oik to Liverpool tiollrrs. I. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives ., "

b' Fr'--ni Heaver Darn Dep it, ia OLilesburg! tech hundnd and fifty (.i4ht, two bundled and back, i>n the twenty fourth April!, For ship, steamboat, and way letters,tenly of the Uirlel I States cf America [ to. pa 13 .)thj Ji/mt E.\rH.a ltesouti..tr oftie ruakic several A'.rcj-ntstiers lnvvstiatiu.f
W ood!, sntl HippoV, to TLornIQrgi.Fiom the eighth and tuenty second M.y, and tho! in Congre-s assenibleil, That the assent of y
p Vpple; t and sixty tour lliou>ad: do'lar j th .u-and dollars.I Coin: otteis ot the IIa>i e of Rfr>r. enUtiT i.
r Nortlt River Millto Slonesvil'e, in For pivnuiit lo such Cherokees as were filtii and i.in.'Uvntli Juiif, eighteen humlred j For wrapping paper, fifty five thousand Congress be and the sonic is hereby given, lies alrexl l ihc Sennto and Hon of
l.y c
Hampshire countx omitted in the census taken by D.' W. Siler.t and fitly eiyhl, tf the Collins Iii3: bho ild fail j dol'ars J i tcr ulloxv Lieutenant AVillt.im X. Jtfiers, of liVpre rntatix of the Lulled Slates ot"America
-
Fr 'm Gieenvillo to Mount Airy, in Sarrycnuntt t but vxho xx en inch tiled and paid under the to pt norm trvie on those tays.! I IS For t-'iieo fitiT.ituie in the Fost offices, five tie navy rf the United Siste, to accept a assembled Tliat the of
I Noith Carolina. I act of July, ighu-en hundred and f..t'ygit, :r. 3. ?\nd IK it further enacted That i j thousand dulhr j jI i sword of honor present jd to him, through the ';. twelve Ill thousand Congress dollars ,, and the sutn iiucreb

From Manniogton, via Eugenias Wilson'*, I the tamo per capita allowance that was paid the follow ing Fii'na be, and the s-ima are j I For advertiiing, eighty five thoasand dolj j! Department ol Siatc, 1-3" her Majesty the : i, arprupri-iteil oat r cf e same in
: to West Union. | the other Indian. tin i.-r t'iit: I'istrihtiiion. provided hereby appropriated, for (the service of the lars. J'-cen of Spain, as nn acknoxxletigment of the f otLerv any moneys

From Kottet man's, in Hardy county, via the CommWifner of lu-'iin' Affair Post Ofiu'e) D"parttuent lor ihf year ending : For mill bag", sixty five thousand dollars. j!; the very cfliLiont assistance xvhich Lc gave, ', the tr iurv not of >ie of the approprlttcii several inxcstipatii for
ivnwat
Mi.'loxv's! **cUlcmeat. Sivedlin Hill. Brake's I thrill bo fatis-fun! they ought to IK included i ij tin? thiitieth of Jun, cigltvn !hundred and For; blanks attn j>ater for the same, one i with the x-cstl under his command, to the p eomrriitfeea cxpelrse-s anti of the -

Run, Oak Hat, uar Grove, and Palo Alto, j ill faid per capit.i distribution, three tiinu.i"d ; fifty nia, out of any money in tie treasury 1 hundred and twenty five thousand dollars. Spanish schooner Catagetiera, ii: the waters .. Com 'cltt rg ll Hon, of Judiciary
e oi r e Rcprescnfatix'e,
1i- to McDowell, in Highland county. two hundred and seventy tight d >!lirs and arising fro-n: the revenues of said: l department, For mail locks, keys and ttaicps, fifteen of the Parana, on the twenty mth, txrcnty and t' ':ut the Shall be .KUd to the
From Rnvcllxille, via Sprin vale, James I tidily two cents. ,n conformity In the act of tov: second of July j thousand! dollars. seventh and twenty e'gLlh of October, etgli- cellar itftn saute ofjhc n fund of tmi-said
Tally's Foid, on the Noacncky! River, drisl.allV For contingencies of the Indian depirlm j ighteeti hnndred and thiity six : For mail depredations: and special agents, teen hundred and fifty rive. i Ionia rou contingent

II on Slate creek. Evnn X Uoad?, to or so much thereof a-> may \he lequiied for > For transpoi taliun of the mails from New scn-tity thousand (Io'J&rs.Fo Approved, April 7, 1S5S. Ap i roxed. Way d l lt-l5.r.
?
ParrotlIIIE'! < oxncmiituie o'liii-ig the year ending June York, by S.iuth.tnijiloi: or Cove?, lo Havre, j! .% clerks ia the otiices of postmaster,
Iinn Belten. via fiorliy's. Iwc Miller'sb two 1 undred and ilurly thousand dollars.!! [Xo. fl] A Resolution providing fur the rajmentcf
thirtii-tli. eishtrc'i Irmdrcvl and fifty cil.t I light hundred and thousand dollars. '
j fifty
certain Kxpenses of lioMin the United State [I"I] A Cr tlte Adjustmtnt of L>idilittie -
\ salom Postlcxx-ii6 and Benjamin John- twenty fie thousind doll:irs. i iI For tnin.pnrtatiou of the mails between i For postage stamps and stamped envelopes Court in the Territory cf Utab.I xx-ktn the Republic of I'arnijuuy.

- 'tini' to New Mar.in&viJJ.'. I For indemnity to G oigo V*. StiJlain, a Charleston Havana fifty tho 'amldollafS.! one hundred thousand dollars. I> Resolved by the Senate and House of Rcp- Re jolved I by the Senate and House ol Rep
From Wdliesburg! vii Otter Hill, Medon, 1 Creek Indhii. for pinpeity i MoVn from him For transportation of the mails across iho! For miscellaneous! items, one hundred and i rcs'-ntalives' of the United Stales of America resent ilives nt" the United fctitrs of Auuiica

-. 'renr's Store, and Thomas Gicgorv's toilten. aiid injured by a citi/cn( of UK." United States, Isthmus! of Parania, one h-indred thousand eighty thou-and dollars. j I in Congress assembled, That the expenses of in Co ngresj aset'fjjhled, Tliat for the purpose

I one hundred and txventy five dollars. tt&'iIrs. | SKIi 2. And be it further enacted, That if j holding the Unit-d States Courts in the Territory of! niij listing the! dilfcit'nces between the Uni-
j
- From California to Smi'hxilV.! I For g- feral mcidoi.tal expenses of the Indian SKC.1.. And be it further enacted. That the revenues of the Post Office Department | of Utah, daring the continuance of the till tit itcs and thts republic of Paraguay, inconne

Fmni I'pshur C II, up French cr-ek, via | seixice in the Ternlory of Washington, it sh ill not bw be lawful for the Postmaster shall: be insufficient to meet the appropriations ; present disturbances therein, be paid out of rcn ss ith! ii! o attack, on the United

Wa'.kVix'nie, nnd Jacksonville, Benjamin W I or fco much thereof may [be] required during General to make any steamship other new of thi* act, then the sum of three millions five j I the Ja 'iciary fund, under the limitation con- States learner Water Witch, and with other

Hrtvr.io-ind's Store, in Braxton county, to the sear ending June thirtieth, eighteen contract for carrying the mails on the sea hundred: thousand dollars, or so much thereof 'i taine 1 in tho existing laws in respect to fees: ; mattel s referrcrt to in the -.nnu$: I message of

-----.---- ca'mcr; C II.! l bundled and fifty eight, mlcen thousand tie!- .. for a !lo-giT period than two years, nor for as may be necessary, be nnd the same i; Piovidfd: That, on tho restoration ol peace !tb 0 Pr Jriilei.f; l.e be, air-I l i is hereby, antfiorieJ -
From JeifeYsniml! ., Tazexvell county, to I.'ITJ. ; any other compensation than the sea and in> herebp appropriated, to bo paid out of I t. sr.cS
j j ji any j ia said Territory, the expenses of said courts, ) adopt measures acid{ use such
-. I McDoxxell C II. i Senecas of> New York.-Fiir interest, in and postages on t1 I o mails sr transpoitel.Stc. ruony ii the treasury not otherxxUa nppropriated when exercHing jurisdiction! under the Ten force s t ia hu jsdgni-nt, may be tieeessary

0 From Lebanon, Rns ell county, via Sand. < lieu of invpt LVk, lo Buchanan C II. j dollars, &t five [>er centum per act of twenty the Postmaster General be, and he i is hereby the Post Oiiico) Department for the year tories. salkf.ii :tioa I y thefjox-ernment cf Paraguay.Apj .

From Nexvbern Pal-iski c nnly, via Francis seventh June, eighteen Luiuind and forty six authorised lo cause the maib to be transportod 0'idinjj' the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred Approve.I, May -I, 15jS.j roved, Jun C, ISGb.Xo. .
Allison! ?, t'. Grahim's! new furnance. three thousand dull.tr !; IK ixveen the Uniicd States and any foreign alit! fifty eine.Appro'red .

- From ("raham's! new furnace, Jackson For i>ayni 'it of the difT'reuce! in titiari 1 port or ports by eU'am&hip, allotS! ing and paying Juno 11, l'-.SK j j ( R.] A Rcluti to extend the operation of ( IS ] A neKuatiou; to cojrect an Errvrln actr
Ferr}'. of the age-st for the fti-ins an i Seniino'e' In- j therefor out of any money iJ: the trc.T-ury | j tli-Act., aj rovd January blitetitb. eighteen (ala .. Vet f prureij May eleventh. tigttteeo bsa*
From Macks Meadows Dopot to Graham's 1 dian far the Omaha a2tI4y, for the Kicka : not otht rxx i-o apptopriatvd if by an American EESOIJJTIO&S. LnndreJ tin] C.'ty 'ev 'n, entitled "An Act to Srel cad fifty eight.
From Abingdon, via Tcrl's; creek nnd Byrd the Nfoiho! agency, It'txreen the ratea as age, ar.d if by a foreign vtssiI, the sea postar?t -- Loieiency of the Xavy." rts-n' tlnr s of the United States of America

Lilley's in the Poor Valley, to Whitley I'ol- i, fixed previous to the art of ll.iid March, t-i-4h- oily, on tire maiii so conveyed : Provided, [No. 1.1 "Jcint Art Act ie.oIuti.tis to roqulat to compensatioit ameud the Act cntitit.ii of- Resolved by the Senate anti Hoa oof Hoprcscntatives in Co r-jres* ts-eiftbleit, That an error ii; the

lonV. te"n bundled and filly seven, nnd the rateaiithoriztx' t Thit the preference shall always be given ta j' Meui'.xi-i of C.ltir,.,*," approved August sist !j othe United States of America act r.jptoved May eleventh, tighleen liuu-
From HoKfon P
county, via Hiraci FuUrtn' to Estillville j eighteen l.utnbed and fif'y seven, to the thir-i di'partiiig from the same port fjr tne same I Ij Resolved by the Senate and House of ihe act entitled An act to ani -R.I an act err- large lie Detroit and tjgiii.ixv | land districts
Scolt county. { lifth June, iMghtt-en l.unrt.ed and fifty eigiit, j distinction, within three lava of each other. Repiesentativesof ihe Jiited States of A'licr- 1 titter! 'an act to promote tho < lliciency of thy in ih > State of Michigan," bu corrected, by

From Graham's new furnace, via Francis three thou-und im.r> !iundre l ai.d niiivtv ono j< Approved, June 1 i, 1S.>8' j i ica 11 Congress assembled, Thai the comi j i navy/ hauling the 'toratioii of officers in I extcn din;; file urn Is of that portion of tire
Allison's up the vallev of Reed Uland River. 1 dollars and sixty i ;ight 'c fits. i pensation pllo\x-l to mrnibcrs of Congress .' certain case, ba extended to tire sixteenth I Chel tng.i district xxLich has: been attached

to the Hillsville and Floyd C II Turnpike. 1 For compcr.s'ttioa of etite cit nt in the In- i CHAP cz..xv.tt in authorize the Lean of u |i by aa act entitled Vn Act to regulate the I day of April, eighteen hundred: and fift.y-r.hie : to th 5 DeTuit district, to the line diviJing
From Ganby Biidge in Fa; ette county, via dian office, emploxcd to cn.tble! the Secretary I t uia not exceoJin-v Twenty Mil'.ions of DolUr. j ji i conipenjation of Members of Congress,'' approved 1 Provided, Tint the time xxithin which examinations ran fes two and three west, instead of onto

I Big Sycamore, and Marshall, Clay C H, to of the Interior l o cairy out t'.o regul tions i Be it enacted by the Senate and! House of August sixteenth, eighteen hundred by courts of inquiry may bo made, an J two west, the In.mmier being the line intei -

Nevxton, Roane conntv.WASHINGTON I prescribed ti give effect to she seventh sec- Representative of the United States of Amer-i| and filly six, bo paid in 'he follo vin" man- |; as provided by the first section of said act, jded by tha ili-pnrtaient as ftnn xveslerrt
TERRITORY. i lion of the art of third Match, eighteen bundred ica in Congress assembled, That the Prescient ncr, to xx it : 0:1 the first day of (tho first session I shall not b3: extended except as to any case be undaro of the addition Li the Detroit distn -

From Olympia, via Miami, William's near and fifty five, granting bounty lands toI of the United States be, nnd hereby is. authorized of each Congress, or as soon thereafter pending and uadertcnnlned before any court : ct.

t mouth of Black Ricer, Scammin's, lee, (grey's I Indians, (nut teen bundr Ilirs.; I at any time within twelve months from as he may be in attendance and apply, each of inquiry under the act of the sixteenth Jan Approved, June 2, 1838.

harbor,) Oystciville, Pacific City, Chinook, For compensation of two -\tra cleiks employed the passage of this, net, to borrow, on the senator, representative and delegate shall receive uary, eighteen hundred and fifty seven, at the
credit of the United States a turn not exceeding thereof and also the [* fo. 17.] Joint R* oiution authorizing ArMngeIiirnt -
; to Astoria. { to carry out the treaty with the Chick his mileage, as now provided by law. expiration ; excepting, ,
From Wil- i twenty millions of dollars, or so much nnd all his the case of officer who was absent from the and bit.poarl of I'ublic Building- in the city
Astoria, via Job Lamly Fort asaxvs in the aJjus'ment of their claims, txvo compensate Iro.n beginning any of Thiladelphia.! .
- lopa.lo William's, near mouth of Black River. thousand eight hundred dollars. tilt reof as, in his opinion, the exigencies of the of his term, to bo computed al the rate of country at the limo of the passage tf siid act
J Ilcsulvt-d the Senate and House of
From Oysterville via Bruceport Foil, Willopa I j For defraying the of tIle several I j public service may require ; to be applied to j' two hundred and fifty dallars per month, and and had not returned previous to the sixteenth by Rep
expenses t sscntatiies of the United States of America
Roundtree'g Prairito Bersefoit Praiiie. Inkpadu tab's band: and tho payment of appropriations made by law, ;i during the session compensation at the same : January, eighteen hundred and filly eight.
expeditions i the
against assembled That
j Congress Secretary
in addition to the received, or xvhichJ And such officer shall ba entitled all i
From Oakland to Hood's Canil. and of the I money rate. And on the first day of the second or any to
J in the search
random, n-covory j jfenial c if the Treasury, thf Postnnster General be,
be received into the from other
J treasury the conferred said
may privileges by act
session lu shall tccci'O his provided
From via Chand
Olympia PraiiicTeni.idquit subsequent ,
>ers any
taken sai I band in ciglitftn decide
captives
by authorized
iid lo
j [thy] are hereby,
sources ; "jx Med. That no Etipa'atioa or i he applies for the benefit thereof at time
Coal allowed Ir.xr and all
Praiiie. to Bank. } niilc-ago by any
_ ( hundred nnd filly seven, the sum of as noxv compct.sation *hither the custom house at Philadelphia
contract shr.ll bo mail.- to prevent the United | withi'i! sixty days after l.U relurn.
-i From Steilacoom to Camp xxhic'n has heLl the ad-
Montgomery.Froji twenty thousand! dollars or *o much thereof j jns acci daring shall remain in its esent location, or vvhethrr -
Colville via Antoine Plantes States from rui.nburing any sum borrowed Approved, May 11, lSiS.Nr. p
toCocur the aforesaid and
may be: ncccafarv ; t'.o amounts to be as- jounanent, at rate during public converiicnco antI interests require
under the of this not at tine nf-
authority (
l'Alene Mission. certained and paid on satisfactory proof any 211 1 session competibation al the same rate. tint the lot ationi of the custom house boihangt
1 r
ter (ItO eTirntinn of fiitcei! from t'iolizit [ ?] A Resolution to extend for a fr.rtherTcrm
From Gamble Si.bAc. [ years
to Sec. 2. And bo it further resrih'cd That
utidor the direction cf the of the and
Secretary
i d thfe
- i of i ii the Provision of the Joint Ucs-olution approved lo ground building purchasd -
day January tteat.Svc.
From Bcrlingham Bay to Fort Colxille.WISCONSIN. Interior. so mutli! of saiil act, approved August fixteenth -
j And ba it further enacted That March tenh, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, I of U.ij Dank of Pennsylvania, by authority
4 Sec. 2. And bo it further enacted Tint stock shall- be is-ned for the amount FO, Lor- eighteen hundred and fifty six, as con- in Relation to certain Dropped and Retired Oiliccrs I ol tho law of the second of* August, ighteeu %. 4I

From Monroe City, in Grten county, via none of the money hen in appropriated to the j| rowed, bearing interest not exceeding five ;I diets xxith this joint resolution, and! postpones of the Navy.I I hundred and fifty four, for the purposes of a

Cadi/, \Vinsoxv, Steph?n to Wam-n. in Jo Davis county, Illinois. and Washington shall be paid, i-ntd the claim per xx-ilh per for the semi-annual interest at 1 close of each "session be, and the same is of the United States of America the present custom house ; and also, to decide -

From JonrFville to Monroe. which they are intended to satisfy shall have j tached coupons to the ceitificatcs of stock thus created, I! hereby, rep -aled. in Congress assembled. That the time limited whether it U best to sell the building anti

From Stevens* Point, via Neilsville, in been audited nnd stated bv a commissioner 1 amid the Secretary of the Treasury bp and Approved, December 23, 18.T. i by the joint resolution approved March tenth, I lot of giound now used for the purposes ol

Clark rounlj', to Eau Claire, in Eau Claire to bo tent to the sail Trrritoiies by the Seciclary i hereby is, authoii cd, with the consent of> the I ji lightecn hundred and fifty eight, entitled a tire United States court, anti establish courtrooms
ol the Interior and tho I [X< 2.] J-irt Resolution maVin an Apfropria- tl
Joint Resolution define
proved and
county. by to c\toud j-j in th* building of tire present custom
i President, to cause certificates of s tock to l ho j lion for Ilic payiiifnt: of Expenses Inxeptii.at-
li om Montello! via Ilfirrisvillc, to WcstfitlJ said secretary. The said! commissioner shall : prepared, which shall be signed l by the Register ing Coajniittcei <>f the House of Reprcseutativcs. authority of the President, under the act r.p- I hous', and [that] they bo farther authorized ..
in Marquette county. Iw appointed a? soon ns may be practicable proved January si zteonlh, eighteen hundred add to so : the building
] anti sealed with the seal of the Treasury | Resolved by the Senate and House ol Repreicntatives empowered arrango
From Tr.-o Rivers to Bnvly's Haibor. by the Secretary of the Interior, to receive a j I Department, for the amount so borrowed in o'l the United States of America and fifty-seven, entitled An act to amend an f.r said offices and purposes[ ];is may, in their

From Prairio du Chien, via Cassville, to compensation ol eight K lins a diy and his favor of the parties !lending tho snme, or their in Congress assembled, That the sum of i act entitled An Act to promote tho efficiency | judgnx nt, best promote the public conveni-

Dunlieth, Illinois. actua. trax-tlHr- exp' nse3 whilSt engaged in assigns ; 1'roxided! that no certificate shall ba thirty five thousand dollars be, and the same j of the navy, in respect to dropped and retired ecc : Provided, TLat th expenses incident
From Ln Crrsse, via Mount Pi-gab. Dorttt lb feenicc herein prescribed. And it shnll ;, issued for a less sum thai; one thousand dollars is I I.e eby appropriated, oat of any monies in naval officers,' be, and hereby is extended I to such change and arrangement oldie buil-
to Mill Haven. be the duty of the sniJ commissioner to exj : i the tn asury not otherwise appropriated, for l to the first day of January, eighteen hundred j dings shall pot exceed the sitar already appropti.ited -

From New LUben, vi.i Malerv's Hotel, j amine the vouche's, and lo take testimony, ,) SEC. 3. And be It furtler enacted, That i the piymcr.t of expenses of the several investigating and fifty trio et, \.\ lieu of t.5x months, as prodded (for any or all of such purposes.;
Jackson's Steam Mill, Tomsli, Greenfield, if ticCf ary, i ii i regard to the rlaurs or ncconiiU i j bcfor. awarding said loan, the Secretary of j' committees cf the house of Representative j tlierein.j and any adv'ilixial sum that may bw received

Lafayette, Angelo, Sparta, Bargor Salem, xxiii.-h may i b-i presented agai-ist the j i the Treasury s'.iall cause to he inset ted in txvo t during tire present session, and j Approved, May 11, 1S59.i for the b.iilJiig rind ground herein authorized
R'pby' Onala.'ka, to La Crose. 1 government, nnd! to report tho re ult of \Li'ninvptigntipns > to be sodAttd provd. fuilher. Tliat shoal I Iit
I : ofth- p'l'-!! newspapers of the city of Wash- that the 5am,? shin!! be added to the miscellaneous -
-- From New Lisbon, via Nccidsh lo Grand and his opinion thneupon, to I II i i.'igton: and in one or more public! nexvspapsrs item cf the contingent fund of said i [ 10.1 \ Resolution athoritinjr uitaU ae- be deemed U-et to sell the aid court building -
the of the Interior xvho shall j( knovjedgrnents to be DiaJiS by the Frew-dent to
RapMs.: I Secretary pay and lot ground tha President of the
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: other cities of the United State I Hou -
ill public notice e.I the rriim, .l Aacal Authotitka ftt Jamaica, f.,r the
From V aubeck, via flu nnvlk! Mcromir.ee fiinli claims, if h- approves them so fir as :! tli.i ted States cause the same to bo RoM!
i that scilo I proposals for such loan villie' I Approved, February 19, ISoS. j l I-1 J'.ef exU:ndd to the Offief and Crew of the may
to Vanceburg. the appropriations herein made shall be suili- Vinited States ehaanall," disabled after iltie publju iotico.
I received until a cirtiin !.iy to bo specified j Ship 5us by ;
From Platleville, via Srnelser's Grove.Jamcstoxxr dent for the purposp.SEC. ; in Such notice not lest than thirty days front [No. 3.] A Resolution to eateni anti d fiLC tLc !l I Yellow Fcer.i I A1.roved| [ June 3, 1938Vo.
I and fairplay.! to dubuque, (loxva.) 3. And bt it further enacted. That j its first in -rtion in a Wa hiigt: .>n nexvFpnpi'r ; Authority of the 1'rcsiilcnt under the Act ap ,i I Resolved by the Satiate and House of Representatives
i: i From Dunlieth, (Illinois,) via Potosi i, Watciloo in executing process in the Indian country, and such notice shall state the amount of the pro\e the marshal be authorized to employ n | tit'iy-seven, entitled "An Act to ancnJ Aa Act I M. F. Maury toaercpi a GoM Moist awarded to
Cnsville Bunker Hill Bcaufd
Charlotte, posse in Congress assembled That the President
i loan, at w'.ist periods the shall bo paid,
money ?ntitletl! 'An Act to Promote Efficiency of the. I Lint by Use iTropercr of Austria.
Pat h Grove, to Prairie du Chien. comitata, not exceeding three persons in any if by instalments, and .it that places. Such JLivy,'" in respect to dropped and retired Nays J be, and ho is hereby authorized and requested :
From Prescott, via Point Douglas, to Has- of the States resyeclively to assist in executing sealed proposals shall bo opened on the day OCicera. I to cause suitable acknowledgments to bo Resolved by the senate and lions of Representatives -

tings; Minnesota. process by arresting and bringing in j appointed in the notice, in the presence of Resolved by the! Senate and House of R' ,p- made on the part of this Government to Admiral !- : From Maiden Rock, via El Paso, and prisoners from the Indian country, and to al- i erich persons as may choose to attend, and entalix-fs of the United States of Ame1..icain Sir Hoxrston Stewart, of her iJritannit in Congress assembled! That Commander M.
iLtmrnondville, to Falls of St. Croix.FrLn low them three dollars pr diem in lieu of all j the proposals decided on by the Secretary of Congress assembled. That in case w J.ere Majesty's Navy, and the officers under his F. Maary//nhe United States na'vy.be, and

: Tempel'eau, vii Caledonia, New expanses and services the Treasury, who shall accept the most favor- the records of tho courts of enquiry apj xint- command, fur their prompt and! efficient aid!, he is hereby,"authorized In accept the grrat
Armsterdatn, tt La Crosse. SKC. -L And be it fuilher enacted, That able proposals offered by responsible bidders ed under tho act of January sixteenth, eighteen and generous ho pttality, extended to the disabled I gold medal of the arts and sciences recently

From Mineral Point, via Argyle, to Monric. the superintendent and gents within the superintend for said stock. And the said Secretary shall hundred and fifty seven, may re'jJer it officers and crew of the United States presented to tim by his Majesty the Empe-

[enjcy] of Texas shall be hereafserappointed report to Congress, at the commencement of adxisable, in the opinion of the Presi dent of ship "Susquehannah." on her late arrival at rcr of Austifo.ApproxedfcJune.
From Mineral Point via Dodgeville, Iltlena in the same inahncr as other superintendents Port Royal ir the Island of Jamaica with 5, IS3S.Xo. .
the next session, the amount of money bor the United States, to restore to the a live or > ;
Spiing Green, Honey creek, Wcstfirld, and agents, appointed .and con rowed under this act, and of \xhotri, and on reserved list of the navy, or to Iran1 tier from the yellow fever on board ; on which occa
to Reedsburg. firmed. what terms, it shall have been obtained; with furlough to leave of absence on the latter list, aba, besides placing the naval hospital, with [ 2Z.] A Reaolntivn authorizing the Ssentary

i; From Mangh's Mills, via Wonnexvoc and Approved, June 14, 1858. an abstract or brief statement of all the proposals i any officer who may hive been d topped or an adequate corp of medical officers, nur e$, 4-f eipclitli.War ei to;eipcurl'iteea hundred the Appropriation and fifty six,mad upon July ucu

HilUborough, to Vinga. submitted for the same, distinguishing I retired by the operation of tho ac f of Febru- and attendants, at their service, eighty five Channel of the St. ilary's River as be may select
I From Oshkosh to Shiocton. CHAI CLXW-A.U act making appropriations for between thosa and I hundr of the sick ''officers and crew of the -
those J
the Transportation of the Uuited Suits Mail by accepted rejected, cry twenty eight, eighteen and fifty Ssusquahannah" Re&olvetl by the Senate and House of Rpresrntitives -
: From Vinxjue, via Blommirgdrl?, Master- Ocean Staamers and ctherwi, during the Fiscal with a detailed statement of the expense of i five, entitled "An Act to Prom-jto the Efii- xxeie safely tim! promptly conveyed of the United States of America
son and Whitcstoxvn, to Mount Tiber. Year ending the! thirtIeth cf Jane, eighteen hundred making scott loans: Provided, That no stock cieucy of the Navy" he shall I .ave authority, on shore with the aid of the boats of tha in That tie appropriation -
From Radax City t'> Reedshnrg. and fifty nine liiish; squadron and the lives of the CongressaseniaTerI.
shall bo disposed of at less than its par value i any existing law to the contrary notuith- greater of ? 1858 made for the improvemeiit -
From Manston, via Wonnewoe and Hills Be it enacted by the Sennte and House of SEC 4. And bo it further enactsdThatthe standiug, nithin! six mouths from the pajsag1) portion of ihenv thereby probably! caved. And July.t'f eight.bt. River, h the .Stataof

boro, to Viroqun. Representatives of the United States of Ainerica faith of tae United Stiles is hereby pledged j of this resolution, to nomin Ito, and, by and that tIre President be further requested to Slicht Mary's in excavating
Erom Litcbfield, via Mount Ki.istton, Dryforv01J it Congress assembled, Thai the following for the dua payment of the interest and the j with the advice an I consent of the, Senate to : cause a gold medal, with app'opriatedevices, such -'ai may from le exre.ided the evidence which to 5 5

} Rij..l"y P'caLnias, Xe\v Hill&bo sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated redemption of the principal of said slock. I appoint such officer to tuj Active or reserved ( lo be presented, on behalf of this government, : obtain channel the as, tf War thall dmi
ro*, Ji.meslov\n, School Creek station. lo be paid oat of any money in SEC. And be it farther enacted, That, to list, andoCicers so noinisa t id and confirmed | to Assistant Surgeon Frederick A. Rose, of may ; SecreUrjr

From ShebcygDn, via Sheboygan Falls, | the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for defray the expense of engraving and printing shall occupy poshi'ins ou tho aCtive and reserved .;i the British navy, who volunteered, with the heaL
Wheat Vnlley, Onion Ricer, Cascade, Scott, the year ending the thiitie h ol Jane,eighteen certificates of such stock, and other expenses lists, respectively, according to rank | permission of bis commanding officer, to join Approve, June 9, 1&S.

Epltftnxille ood B iton, to West Bend. hundred and filly; nine: fl incident to tho execution of this act, the sum and seniority, xxhjn dropped or retired as the "Su&qaebannah," and, at imminent per-

t JVxn Gievu Bay to Sturgeon flay For transportation III the mails freni New of five thousand dollars is hereby apprpprii- aforesaid, and be tnU ie-l to a'l the benefits tonal risk, devoted himself, on the vo age Tr.H liu< fill* cut the coluon.


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