The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, 1 L1\:., NOVEMBER 27, 1858. X.. ,NO. 48.

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; Sale of l,400,0f/!'. --of- -Land. ---- -- -- MESSAGEExccuTivn : time l prescribed by the act, and art. application'will bo f;;

JJrofrssiflnnl! (Curbs. pr frs ional l. ally Jusfofsa t ([drbs: cres GOVERNOR'S made to the present General' Assembly: for a charter to i

Judicial Sale of Land. i I
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build n road on said line. .
George Jair and I othcis, 1 -

MILES NASH & CO.. A N n ". I SUle! of Florida, The Florida Pa itrl att Company have completed tiro

DEALERS IN Lewis Curtis and Nathaniel, 1 11'esternJudieiaCir! .I : CHAMBER, )} !i grading on their road, jvhich: is one hundred .nQ\.l1ft.r.fo\ r r
Tl.uifton, Trustees of the [ suit, in Franklin co. Tallahassee November 22: 1'35e. f fitteeZs
DRUGS: PAIXTS, _:'1--- Apalachicola Land Com | In Chancery: I miles in length with the exception cf & small amount of |{

I) 1C LL'1S pany and olh!'i8. j1)URSUAXT :: Tellotd. : o"t/e Senate ;; trestle, which is in course of construction, antI have laid '
tot :??cree made by the lion. J.J. r
OILS I OF this city, hn intro,luced into bis practice therecent JL Pitney, stint I rn.
ULD infeinn their mends and the public, I and imjK>rtaut tlH': cry of the npp lies signed; nr.t'in'r, appointed by the said Court, will : the of it'aflrtI :
\yr I I In welcoming to seat government, .
cf the
don you daily running. |
i \ they hive i e>n hand a roe>d soitment oftuc sill! by public! Aution t on the first MONDAY in cars arc
', ,. IJ.ECTI.O: MAHNETir:: \Ult\r, I Jmiuary. D. Ib59! iu the city of Apalaehieoh, all I me pleasure to congratulate you upon! the favorable!
a i'l I + a* :u c ijeneralh:: he:rpt( ill their line of businetkt. great The entire grading on the Florida Atlantic and Gulf Jit
: '.ill I bro ..ouin.rre'Jarl\: Thch : Ly which mean, n current cf supplies.
} under which have
r!is hall t he r"I".m"Ilt' through tLc) tooth at the time of e\tr (.tn% t.rojj I L.1S1)COIPANY.1inrin the \l'cstern Judicial ; you Central Uoid, a diattnce!! of sixty-two miles, is completed,

'Fall:iha! 'sef, .1ja119th i I I 1853' 14. __ ,; ciii: ; a I loc.il AII'tolltetoilOll, so amide the axe of Circuit rf FIN i.I.1.! with the exception fr the Town : Through a kind Providence, the general health of our I and about fifteen miles of the iron laid and the work
lots in tl.e city; of Ap.>h!e lands! inch.de
('IILOJW I O1:1f OK ETHKJi. I the I '
Dr. Miles H. Nash' I every dtsciiption of S '! lie Las applied it in a number (Tea" with! itisuccr ,
fount in the fetal*-ll.e Sea Hoard offers! : good Fi OFrER loll!> I' O""SIO"AL toER\U': TO T1! cr-z!: s OF s. All agn: that they expeiu.nre: little orj .. 1'he Soil is of c".ry grade, property ofRrsccr I : and St. Marks: Road, twenty-one miles
TVLLIUISSEE AM>M'UUOt'NDISGCOUXTKT. j TAIN in tie, extraction. sections of our sister communities have been visited with
\ inducement: t.<> this eiipum. of) buyers. ill length is completed and in successful' operation, and
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with Dr. M Xasli.ujtueiiiateljeastof tie July > 1'i! I..UHl-f.'ini! of l\nlni of
J'nt-ri'fe. the
OFFICE ____ a ; part 77ie destructive floods and droughts, blighting prospect
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.. has declared a haing provided
arc F..H fi>r the deuce! of the ;
:if 19 1855. 20riKIHl'AL I of I the husbandman and disease and death have stalked abroad -
iv C'urt Chantrr.Tlie i f of the interest!; on their; bond?.
- iB.A.FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE; bml-.f! 1 StJamcebas: a front of twenty miles forms commonwealth
I } in their most unrelenting ;, our
XOTHE. I liD the Sea, aural] afiorJs: safe, lurVthy and p!,a.int.u The I'cnsacola and Georgia Railroad Company have

-'- >. "h..,.. re:'l-li'rco.: The l.land4af5t000rseean'I i has enjoyed a state of prosperity which should be satisfactory laid the iron from Tallahassee to Station Three a distance, ,

Brs. Robertson & :Bond Dog ],lanl., also fun part: of 1'1" prop -rtr." I I1 and which calls us to be devoutly thankful to
: A life: AKD aria KCXCDT FOB .\' rb.i"st iutxi.austslk; supply of the rr'!-t pine j upon of twenty-live mile, and! the grading will be completed to

[BA.VIXU f .nllt..1 J a c.. |f'trtnt"r..l.ip] m llir I jMnctic : -VVOR..1VIS: liinl'i, si.ilaljl-.,r :M.i'is: ,and :bp.ir:: and a general the Author of all Good for mercifully protecting us against I. Madison Court House by the lit of January ISoJJ.) From
t-rdeio i ". offer their IIt'n-it.1I1', -lie eat; !, liiiib t ..; bo-me-i is found 01. the, larks and! ill the ri ,
izt'!'is of r.ilaliv! -v and Eiirntuttiliiig rtHii.try. i\ CHILDREN AND ADULTS, INCLUDING. I t..nilfir the uunier;" rivers that firm afi outlet to I such visitations.I i Jlr.dison to Alligator, where it connects with the Florida

*. T" O.ne: over the Store lately OtcufiCl.I, Lj Ikl TAPE WORMS.i the ;through; MTbo Forbes Purchase," bes; 1I1..sFeb. pledge you, my Atlantic and Central Road i is nil under contract for .
ton t ;
.. RETAIL PRICE, 25 CTS.PIIU.&JID I vari.OrriJrt'. timber; such! as Live Oak CedirJur.ip : I .
28. '&" 9-tf I : JkD SOLD BT vas role prOprMorl, r, Riy. Cypress, .\.b, White Oak Hid 1 lIidiry.I I matters requiringotir mutual concurrencenutdoubtiugthat tho grading, and the contractors are prosecuting it vigorously
-- I I The city cf .1 l'a.t'li.\a! \ i ic IIn t the Day of the came l of legislation
confined l subjects
-E rXIfIiXr) :, I, B. A. Ann TAHXESTOCK Co., I f Pittsburnh PhiUf the Apalacl.icnla I'ivcr. Asa your action will bo to legitimate i to completion. The distance: from Tallahassee to '

WILL CONTIM'E THE B. A. FAIINESTOCK HULL i Co.,\n'.York C.ll.I I Cotton I'..rt. it i- thud in [point of irr.poitance on I influenced by disinterested patriotism to promote Madison Court House is fifty-six mikes find from Madis'orv
.fM. and rank- il.. TieAjnltcl !
tie Gulf. xi-o : next to bil"
DRUG & MEDICINE I BUSINESS 1 WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 51! CLIFF ST.I .i-i.l.i River, vitli is eoifl-jtace with the ; the! interests of our beloved State. I Alligator fifty miles, making the entire !length of this .

i Buy of respectable! defers: only Cli.ittalHNH.bie.. Flint and other strenni, extends into The State t has had cause of complaint, in times past, .
::z Ai TilE OLD tin:>;D, SIGN...: : ; end of the line 10-3 mjle*. .
P I Examine the Initials of the name to be lure yon get the the ititeiior fur orfixe bundled inile. Iud drams the I p
Jnly Genuiat B. A. FABIISTOCI'S VitjnrceilllAMKS tiucst C..tt. Tobnreo' and Lumber Districts in Ala that the consideration of i important measure was: postponed The bridge across (the Suwnimec river is under contract f*,

OF THE 11OI T.\J:, btma.! until near the close of the session, and if acted upon and in of construction.
lEI vV LIVELY: The Hay of Apaluchicol.i La! rccrntly Leiiin.v a course
Solo: Assets for Tallahassee.! Point of increastd inlrr ..t front the el .cofry by thee |I at all, they were characterized by the errors and defects incident Means have been organized to continue the road frOir.I

Clinton J Monroe tsTallaliassee.. .theers of the Unite-l :States engaged in tIe; Coast '! It is therefore
Corcer in' April 10, 1S5S. li-lj; : to hasty and inconsiderate legislation.
I ._ I Tallahassee to Quincy a distance of miles from
Jaguar; 19. 1 S5+i. S Surrey of a new Cluniul leading: : into if. Pl'dc,,.>rIJache. : twenty-two

-- CUU'\L \: OTICE.eee -- j ITIEUICALOTICE.: (.Cllie Count Survey, repo'fa from "twenty hoped that a mere allusion to the subject will prevent I Tallahassee. The grading, &c., from Apalachicola river
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feet ill thi ( innol low ;
-" one to twenty two water : at
I F. tide.:' which would l gitp about twenty,fito or twellt'l"I]I similar occurrences in the future. to i'ensacola is i under contract conditionally, leaving only '

A. rir.Li:;. . . . .J. C. BVTES.. I Dr. Wm. Shine : six feet at I high: tide. This rakes Apil.irhicoli, tilt i ibe : The Constitution makes it incumbent npon the Executive a from Quincy to the Apalachicola river about
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-t Port on I the main lard I on the Gulf of Mexico, i of the
Drs. Peeler & Bates, I OFFICE adjoining that d Pr: Gamble i Bdtun.t except Pcnuecrlaand: fully ('jaal t.i it /.aotlit-r; I to give the General Assembly information state twenty miles, to be provided for.

> :lt..1 l thtniM-lves) ill the practice t S, lbC8 IPlyJILOICAI '! creuuittanctlikely, to extreme :: Lurahlc influence of the government, nnd recommend to their consideration : The various lines of Road embrace about hundred
HAVING seven
i this: alc f the I\ Lc's' I'urchae M
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and I S::r.'rrv. re-peotfully offer --- on ApalarLiculi i : i I In r
their .r'ie.-- tn tho I'l.l-iic, ii: the tr,'atniont of all NOTIfU.Dr. Land.-t'l: "y EUIToU.1 tl.u cit, fr<'ii'ing on the coa.t j such measures as he may deem expedient. dischargeof miles! through the most fertile portions of the State and |v .

acu' is "..11!| .!- >-ii; .oiiic tli..t.,!.<(. lOr all <'l>:iracUrsOffice. ; -0- fir eighty milts, and extending into thl' interior about Ith | this duty I beg ]leave to invite your attention to the accompanying T''
... .li tar.c '. 1'h. 1 the Middle Circuit when completed will, (with the water facilities,) afford every -
\\ nl."'{'uah. ,f.//t': r.lIn Co., FJ i A. OFCOXTIXUEs BLAKE : same ( j e *n;g in i

.Tan9.._ 'SM, ; :-tf to fltr I lie FirfisMoiul Services f to arc rndor decree and aJn..li't! mt lit of sale, mid facility fur travel and a ready: means of transport for
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amount iu the aggregate: to tt one four
E, E. BERRY <-f Cci..troille. at.il a 1 d }:
< rli-K-'d: ]J'tsiJiucc l.n: ::< to Ceutrevtl0.tee 1
Auctioneer and CommissionMERCHANT. I at I.H rrsi i i Unep. : Givers The,OeLh.e1nee.all: well timbered SoprhoppITfw, flv thrnuh: : aid these' CrooVvJ lan'b.1 j The reports of the Comptroller of PnbIiccconllt:;, the of our Estate of which the most sanguine have no con- lj|

I ""Doc-- ?i>. 1857 S; -tf "" a:.-\ connect, bj title water through Crooked t' Treasurer the Register of Public Lands, the .Attorney ccptiyn. i

/funASsrr, Tla. S t."t.2*>. 1555. S9: I GWYNN & HILTON; with the) Day ef Apalaehiet.Ia, and with the Arul.uL-- I The Canal Cammissirncrs have } and h
--- icola River nnJ its tiibi'taii's.i ce>n??trntes &t this, I' General, and} the Secretary and Treasurer of the Board of : : organized ore making\ ?

Henry L: Rutgers, .A.1"torn.oys; : a 1; IJZtW, Lent advantages for pre,,-raring c",-<'ry ek!':rlfrfim: (If. Internal Improvement, are respectively referred to for all : preliminary arrangements: for the construction of a Canal rj
: FLA. ship Shutter, natal tores, anti a general lumber bui ino !
COMMISSION MERCHANT ; TALLAIIASEE-0-- ;s. unsurpassed n the United btate" TLt-sc ad- I matters severally relating to &eir ofliccs.TAXATION. to connect the waters of the St. Juhn.with Indian river.

TVLL\II\Sin: : I LV.T n.v." C\VV.NN: : : .\: it. i:. 1IIL.i'ON. t-ettagis: with the l.ici'ities'! nironled by so fine nil n. This i is perhaps one of the most important enterprises contemplated
her and tlie ready! access to the ma.rkttstt: t Cuba, New .
.._. A1'1\GaFociotcdthrtnarlre! t )trttr!: in tie the internal The Canal
1 Orleans! Tas.l. Mt\-: "' and l g"cthn ("ri 'a, t-1. >ulJtaake by Improvement system. -
ICKliAL :1.1\1"1"4 mi u. on Cotton or Tobacco of I,.\\', w ill give their joii.t attention the of '
: practice ; Apal::chicol.i the" Grit lumber nut ii America. | On this subject, I beg leave to refer to reports
JLJ r..a-i<;n.- I hitii, i gds in .t'\\' Y< rk. ; to all burins: >I fiilri'Strd I to llu-ni. They n i ill! attend I The .atc It rod. i D C'f; the Court of Chancery I it is thought, will drain large bodies valuable land;

Sept 4. ISIS: .A I 1-; 7" Sent -"pr.- tlie S.ipn'nc t" i:':. the I-. S. D.-trnt, Oouitnd: the i? ur ndiioinl: and without t) i"serve.TIE.KK the Comptroller of Public Accounts for the year ending I and render available some of the very best sugar l lands-in i

I Circuit; Ooim at 'i'al1nlf": 'e, till.I also the Circuit -- 'One third of tic purchase' money to be j jp. October :31st 1S50; referred to the last General Assembly, ;
T. W. BREVARD Jr. W'Lni1i..1.C. Jta.'i: trJ! the St tc. Valuable timber nud the fruits will
C"U:r* of rhon -<',n. : :.:.I in _-li. 'he* biLiive in one eat l wo-jcars.. iG ( tropical
HniniJtcn 'olulie''. Of'-eai tl.e C.l-I.tl"I 1.1 and those referred [' l'c\\'ith. It will be seen \b tIle Treas
..A.11orr1.oy; a"t yLA"cfw7, !I e TJL'n'To.Mar.! : tate! titUs t.. lic nai'e! by l} lifccifealicj the lass that! .
e October 31st >
'I'\I.L.\II.\SSIl: ; FLA. ; 3 for the ending ,
rarer report year
'11 6.16.!; >g:_ _._ 10-ly I last I jm mtnt i is Ida.I." I Peninsula Florida is capable, of supplying abundantly the

AJ'I..ilI-I- 1 S.:.u. 17 HOG JE & ''1'ER: ; Pirvms: d<. ning infornnti' n, a thcr nl t to the property at that dat' there was a much larger balance than usualin ; demand of the United States fur tropical fruits. T. ;

IflGJl .\. IOIILLT, .. or the title. t. ill npj'ly I., the fc>lo! iiig Solicitors i the Treasury, but the General Assembly will bear in of Internal
ATTORNEYS CouNSELLOUSnA ; in the cauGe-: In inaugurating a system Improvement on

Attorney at Law 1) P. HOLLAND, 1:.<]., Quiicy, I mind that the further disbursements of the present year, I large a scale perfection in all its parts could hardly
..A.T.JI.A.: ."VV", K J. FLOYD, E>n", Apabeliicola! ,
'r."LL\1I Fl.A. of T. J. .. and the sinking fund of five thousand dollars, a? provided i tTlie >
\ Ir: \ E formed t> partnership: in rte practice EPPES. Fsq I havo} been expected.

_January: 17. 1 ;7. :S-ly __ Mfiitnit Jaw, 'and''' >. th ill ircire.attend to any profiSMotial Lusi- opp Those c.rtutsity clesirons in tIe of Sale I.uying of:this; Land immense, will tract find!of a Land gi; o.l, ; for the redemption of State Bond, will probably l consume principle upon -which' it was organized is perhaps 1*

Yonge & McClellan D.I'. HO..1 1 E:. A. TERRY AMAKER.Miv iodud.itg thousands! <.f aor". The R.J .eeiver will give this balance. unobjectionable, and whilst good faith requires that no act j'.
.". 1 SEDWIN information In lii< to those who write orgo this: Statein
1. I : any power The ad valortin: system of taxation adopted by
a1 lutCLWPaiCTICE I which would the! of the Fuud
ja.-ttOXM3.GyS; ; : ; I II to Us ctilce: at Ap.-ilachicola. manifestly impair efficiency

IN ALL THE CWttTS OF WEn FLOB1DA.Otheeat I A. HART, i CHARLES: ELLIS, 1S55!; > is, in my opinion, the correct principle. Property I should be tolerated, it 13 ;nevertheless the part of wisdom )

M \KIVNNK.c. : I Attol.n.oy; : : nt Lnvv, I I'ccc'ivtr in the above cause. of description should be taxed in proportion 1 to the :
O.tob'23. 1858. 43-1U every I fur the legislature to correct such errors of detail as have jht
c. YONCE . .J. F. MCCLELLAN.March : Tallahassee Florida. I II given. No one is taxed on that which he does Sy!
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: 13. I ':'S._ 11-tf "\"\7 ILL practice in the Circuit Courts!! of the Mul- !
Land Sale and should be taxed that which he docs OWJT.
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I f T die District, and the Supreme Court of this .: clearly to define the powers and duties of the Trustees
:Beni. F. Young, State and the District Count of the Tiiite-d States,nt r f IIE underpinned: C"110i..itlllt'r"i sppointecl by a.A. The details of the law are no doubt imperfect, and could where doubts have arhcrr. r
Tallahassee. (1111"(1( over tl I e Store of ile< r*. decree ol Leon Circuit Court, tc sell the following I !
1tIf JI: 1f'l1 ':\ ] :ti '01jJ i O. d J. MesruihM-j lands I tin:; in Leon county, longmg; to the K+. be amended with advantage to the State and taxpayer.Doubts There exists a difference of opinion as to the powers confided -
IIr Fraklin T. Crom rtie, deceased to-wit TheS
ANTSOLICITOIt Jan.: .".(u, 1858. 4 tate : : exist to tile of Tax Assessors! to corrector .
IN EQUITY, -- S \ i of N E J, and the SV i of Section 15, Lot I as power to, and duties required of the Trustees of tho Inter.
PEELER'S No -I, in Fractional Section 22 tins! Island No. 5, nIl j adjust returns made, however well assured they may be
t "\"TILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit A. in Tuwnrhip 3, Ii.ii: ; 1. N tt E, containing SSO acres nal Improvement Fund in order to assure a proper application ;

ef Fluiida, and the Federal Court LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, more or Ices' will sell sail l.tpda: to the highest bidder that an undervaluation of property has been made. No of the Trust Fund," and' to this subject I invite ''

(OFHCE AT CAIXSVILIE ALACDCCOOTr..) TALLAHA, FLOKTT: I be fore the Court.t.uu"e. door in Tallaha ce, on doubt should exist on that point. I believe that a proper
rJ Jo'ERE..\ C E S I Mondiiy the sib diy of December next TrR\Ii-Olle: the consideration: of the Legislature.; : We have bat fairly
: ANT rTrO!'ITt .
valuation most
l.a1fe"h. end the lulancc on 12 mouths.ercdd, with generally placed upon property
Cirr. J. J. LITAS, ) THE DOOR OF THE FLOBIDMN Jot-RNAL onFICT. I made a beginning t j carry out the grand scheme of Inter ;
S 't."t. interest from day of sale, to be securedl )
Cs[. J. I). AIKE.X. 1. CJitrlrston. S. C. ""{"'\1 ILL Prnctice in the Circuit CosiKof Gad-den. 'I' l Iw-r mortgage on the land. owners, (and they are certainly the best judges of its value nal Improvements contemplated and authorized by the net-

}'&ASEI1 & Tuoll'ox.Dr. J TT Lcm, \Vi.I.ulla Jefl 'ison end Slacli-'wi, and RICH. SAUNDERS, J and to them requires that provision should be
.:.. JAMES: S. JONES. 7 ll1a.a *tt, Ha.Janr attend protnf tly te tl.e collection cf rotes and accounts I IL: B.HILTON, !f C om... ,) justice to provide for and encourage a liberal system of Internal 1 1Improvement
*.'S7. 23: rf sail Counti... made to compel all who, from ignorance or otherwise, are "
in any
November 6, IbiS. : iu tins State, and it is highly] proper that
F<_-b. _4. 1VS8. 9-1 fCopyist to evude the hrw to mate a trim return of their
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WILLIAM SCOTT, I' the rights. and dutios of all }parties operating under it !
R.. P1 QUINN, U. S. 4:5td"1 to the value thereof." It is equallyas
ATToriNSV f J iAT LA%:gIOXTICELLO. ; property should be clearly defined and well understood. It \vi.U noG
and Accountant : of fieri i to know that the revenue collected has been
FLA virtue cf a writ impcrtfnt
BY be denied that all the lines of Road within the Mate whicharc
July SOlS53. 30 t 1 jan I OFF!:_ HIS SEHl'IfES TO TUK Pl'll*.H : I Ii ofi'-/ <-. <.f U. S DIM. ::let C .uit at Tulla- properly expended, ?.s: to "aio :T: what amount has been col
basi-ce. v.herein. Panicle K Whi.I.I.'n! plaintift: and! in course of construction: dependent upon the Bonds
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i A..III1r.Ir S.1).L;; \V. \V Sti.ckLnd: are defendants, I bare le\- lected. The people never complain taxes when convinced 1
FLOYD & HOLLAND October SO, IFiS. 4 I ied d will; fi;:r sale at the Cturt-.IIe. : upon which this interest is guaranteed by the Trust Fundfor ,
___ ___ __ ___ upon a > expose that they are to the economical! administration -
Attorneys at Law. 1 elior! in the town of Montire-llo, on the first Mondayin necessary their farther progress.It .
James D. Galbraith, December next, b<.ht"'CD legal: hours of sale, the of government \
'.'7"ILT.practic.-in ill the Circuit Courts of Midtf'Pand !! : following proprrfy to.wit. The S W J of the S W 4 is made the duty of tho Trnstees to pay the interest ron
Ln.n.d su.J.-vcyor.:
West FI"I ida. IIItI in the" Supreme Court I :
of Section 21, Township 3, Rane 4, S J t E, coutain- INTERNAL mrkOVEMi:: T3.:
the State. Also: iu the Di"trietI.rl <>f the Uni i MAPS AND PLVTS OF FAKMS, Ac, executed I ir 40 acres more or lessAlo, line> sorrel mare i the bonds during the construction of the Roads indicated
cd: States in.the.tll'1 n District of Florula. marries'! g The General Assembly in 1S55; ; passed an act "To ?
'. mule, and R two Loree wagg un and gear. Levied upon provide in the 4th section of tbo act, should the companies fail
R.J. Office Fla. ( ul-l.o-l', in .
FLOYD ApahcLioda.: OfFICI oppontr buildiiig occupied .
sail and
If of the dcfendaiits,
I). P. HOLLAND Office '. Flo. I / Galb.ailli I as: tl c property one for and a liberal system of Internal Improvement and after their '
Quiuc) bV L"rr' : : to be sold to satisfy said l writ of fi. f.u. according to encourage to pay the same., completion should the nett
.! 1S.VV; : 61 __ __ : CI't! 11. l1): *. :i-IY: Marshal, this State *' and indicated in the fourth
sTiTLWOHTII 1 ___ -- I law. E.E. HLACK13UUN, U. S. in sec I earnings of the roads prove insufficient. The: 13th section tilf
WII.LUJI. Xonn.L.'r 6.1358.I3tdA N. I). Fla.
i I tion of said act the objects to be aided! under its provisionsfrom
JI provides, That if, on completion of any of the Rail} Roads &1
AUO'ilCaud( \ (Counsellor at Law. Isabella ; ; ( ouse, the Trust Fund and appointed the Governor Comp r
M'oVriCCLLO, FLORIDA. rfr kII II' Notice. I' indicated in section 4, the nett earnings should be less than
practice in the C.,urts of the Middle Cir ALBANY {OUR weeks after date. I shall! apply to the lion troller, Treasurer, Attorney General and Register of State six per cent. on the capital stock paid in, and bonded debt,

"TU.L and! Tin a,.o i and fxtwixles County. Ga I I Judge e>f Probate of Je-H>ron county, for an order Lands the Trustees of said Fund.
March :!:!. I ISlf. 12-ly above HOTEL in Albany, tic! prc!'cbt trrrn- I and eiterce for the sale' of) the following lands bebiiging of said company, first deducting ono per cent. per annum

-- -- ---- I TIlE $ of the Georgia and! Florida Railroad isDOW' I l to the Estate Nicholas O. Fennell), late of The grant of five: hundred thousand acres of land, madeto I paid in to the sinking fund, i(; shall be divided pro rata between
L\T\i & UALHllAIlTlATTORNTIS n for the reception of theTRAV1LING Paid county; deeensedto.eit : Loll Nit. 1, 2 and 4 of ,
Fn. op rrnuc. FractionalSection* No. 14: Also the Western of the this State by Congress!; in 1845 for internal improvement the stock account paid in and bonded debt and tuo
Liv Tn.Luns
AT Ii W 1 t.f the NV '. of Section No. 13, all! in Township and all the lands subject to overflow -
swamp Fund shall the
then -cloves in the practice Law. They tor is! determined to make it a more or less.: To be sold; to pay the debts of said granted by Congress in 1S50 to this State, togetherwith on account of interest from time to time as it may fair .
will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuitthe Supreme
FIRST CLASS HOTEL, I' Estate and! for distribution.! all the proceeds that have accrued, or may hereafter
Courts of the UnitedO.Ticcoppositcthc due.
Courts and the District
and hopes by strut attention to the cants of bin JULIA A FENNELL A'dmt'x.Nexember .
tHat"I!! at TnIl16a'see.' House.October Guest*, to merit patronage of the Pul lie. 6. 1658.; 45-4w accrue, to the State from the sale of said lands, constitutethe All tho lines of Road indicated in the 4th section hare

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L II. DURHAM. ProPli :tor. I Fund.
:!S. 1854 :_IT_ ___ ___ Albany, Ga. May 22: 1858. 21-ly ,' Internal Improvement filed with tho Trustees notices of acceptance of the.pro-j

Hanckel & Nowell --- I Notice.ALL Nearly ten million of acres have been patented to the visions of the act," upon the doing of which the Trust Fund '

I ,'erw.ns baying claims against the Estate of under the act of 1S50 and it is estimated that several -
A > DGencial tlu t t ___ tilt t t I are notified) to present them to undersigned administrator millions will yet accrue to the State in South or Peninsula companies at the rate of ten thousand dollars per mile,. _' '
I JOHN L- DEMILLY within the time prescribed by law, or .
Merchants Florida.] As soon as that portion of the State is surveyed
( "|"ITOULD respectfully inf..rm the public that be I they will be barred ; and all those indebted are requested pen being satisfied that the. party making application has

CHARLESTON: S. C. i > > has leased! the CITY HOTEL (k. n.M the I to make payment immediately. Admt'r.November the other selections will be made and reported- complied with the requirements of the act. It is consideredby i.
E. W. SOW ELL.ilEV Brown Hotel. ml will! take charge on ti. Jirst of I JAMES J. BARNES,
) and have theprovisions
C. F. IIANCKCI. .. ......... I May nest this untiring exertionsiill be u-eu to gin i C, 1858. 45-8w: Companies have been organized, accepted some, that the only duty imposed upon the Trustees i ito $'

r[, will! sell!! every efcriptl.! of 7V("/( /v or full sati,faction tall who, i1!' patronize him. I - -- --.:-: - --.---- ----- of the act, on the various lines of road indicatedin certify the interest upon tho bonds-of.the several companies '

-'lfrrlufH:(. an J will male: advances on all April n. isrs. 11 : of construction
eOlIi-nm'ntjl. I Notice.SIX the 4th section, and all are in course ex .as presented and when presented, upon tlie -filing of

G. K. CLARK months after date, I shall! preset my final ac cept that portion of the line from Tallahassee to Pensa the certificate and affidavits required by the provisions of
and vouchers to the lIon. Jud? of Probate
Apjilll.TAMBROTYPES I WATCH MAKER I of Jefferson conoty, as administrator of the Estate of cola, the greater portion of which is under contract Conditionally the act ; that.they are not anlhbri W or empowered to enquire -

R. Loeb, lat of said Clumt.d.. .- eLoeJ. and ask for a and that portion of the line from Amelia Island the
whether cation of Road
/..ND MELAINOTYPES, from said administration. or no;; proposed any isa
T..til1" IUILKY. "' An.c1.t: 'tt3wolcr, I E. E. BLACKBURN, Adinfr. I on the Atlantic- Tampa Bay in South Florida, with an good one, in reference to tho wants of the people and the

ROOM orrr Itarnard's. li ug' Sforr. '"{TOULD ihas.!
; M stand of J. C ILi'.l i. Co. *here he is with the extension and .
liooais have been thoroughly refitted anti taken the ;; point of divergence Tampa
whole ) or if the Roads are
THE superstructure, being construct t
now in excellent con.lition for the purpose prepared to repair Notice.SIX A has been organized to construct that
designed.; The Public are invited to eat!. Welches, Clocks and Jewelry first of this no- Bay. company ted in accordance with the specifications of the Act, and
months from the publication
Oct.31. 1657: 44 in a ortolan.like manner, and at the most reasonable ( ", tile undersigned executrix of the last Will portion of the line which lies between the point of divergence t have sufficient outlet to the ocean for,sea steamers tit their"terminii"as

White LeadrPURE rates. Persons having S001'' watches that fail to and! testament of the late Henry Saxon, deceased, with the extension known as the Bellamy Station or '
Pure Linseed run well from having been bmJly repaired, can rely will present her final: account and voucher to the required by some oC their charters\;;ar, re tiny ,
, Extra and No. 1. ground upon baring them put right at his sliop.O Judge of Probate of Leon county. and ask to be eismisTed. Waldo, and Tampa Bay, the Florida Railroad Company I
just received. for AMES"MC by,.t LIVELY. (::: T All work warranted if well used. J;:Q I. ELIZABETH SAXON, Ext'r. having failed to accept that portion of the line within the i' SEE. EXT: R r.- ,

I ril3, If58. 14 Jan. 16, 1858. :.-l y November_13, U5S. 4 C

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[' .dfEzfra.] House, e-ipK sf: the Cmiiti t:on aj.tl ceipfcs of the Acts .sa'h Jvi> : Governor'Ie Mise.! t f.: [ v p .i.f.lui \ a >Ti'>;;n.>. *: .
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Jovbiall'I: \ : re our -
_ ti.-.U of tho last session of tins Ger>cRii stmb'v, and a copy otThomp. ; -' ,,f .- .. .r .. 'i -- 1 -' f ir.. .
c un'i>, >on's Digt-s-t f .r <-:.cha of (Committees of this House. : : ag- -a ii, i .- ac <>- -if f i 'i < -i Yf < nlay f'- i .:. e't r p .! -. T--., ,
SMI-IK, Ani.ual J--su! of oov P rn, r il in 1 loth n. i. tl-: lii tI..' a ;"car l ii- .-i-.: -. Tin. .'L< -i
1 On iiu'ti I'IEIEflCK C BARBKIT, How cf the Gencrs tsme-nl-y on WiIass'Ltyt 1 a I teen r eit/<-n of Xarannah dtirirjr tl.f 'net ti Rvcnr
A t.r. A 11 A 5 s i: i: :
of I'nnWr..Ir. .
.' Alitrhua TILL1AN | a | last. lengthy it will be furad teemirui seal was f-r a tiwe trncutfd with the iiVann.'ih
.. Maria D. A. VOGI, ; Icgiam; uouiiiiauti Meaat& Junes & 1) Ice. Tlonglt the cI4eLd win 6"-w.t-ti. a- one if Its The vote w.tt- : ?.lXTUDAVt AOVIOTnEK 27. 1358.l j T.1th interest from its cpeninp to torla puUi and in prcate1h.ha i we tfce rh ri
Putnsm CALVIN CtLLI1 well a e.ireful I.cruit1. It '* as iiOChLflttt cfa high! toned, lw roral> ? geitleman.? YTili.
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For Jo A. DVKIir.. .M.-s-s. li.-irntt Bird Rretard, := : = : = : = -- -
: KN Spvaker, ,
Orange TKOMAS. 1IIG-zR'r, /- ilij J J. V-visCHAACK baa b .t-o j.polntc arat eminently practical in alt re-peels weighty in qualities c*heiid and heart to 'in! the fr pel ar.'!
nuiiton, Ba 4aX5' i., CampinII Chiiiti -, Church, ( l l\att. CufiVe, I DtiJson : j
Joi \\ < 0f1ssfi-lio-men.he the
a' hsi2 St'AKKE, to trctvt >titeer1'ona.; A4flmtnt. Ac., fJT the Fl..i i. t-f its nmndatior.'. and m.!mirol Ty eaklateil t-st.cns tajnycd friiniishipif
1 Jbtv.1rJ Jtluj S. t1EEgXA? ', \ !, I I'liuk, < :elti. Hefimaiis, Hughe, I limit I In e.Th Jt Jw**l, ttJ t.> jno ro-i i'U la tie name (f the sunny ., enlist ih attention, not only of lU Legilitnrc *- Uf circle mqnainHrwt she l siI dt r-Irympailiie
_ Lrry A. J. CLVATT gram, Keunn, Maloiit-\ Manning! MrCinry'! .McKinnon, McNeil!, I'ror8cOeA Ci,. thc nne. t S i'h! hU worthy Ltnily in their eal iJreareinent.
f the S-tal.
of the
bnt people C> .
.' Munn, IVacciek, Pop-, Richardson, Rult-it, obinson), SmihStarke,
HiUsborotigh ctutJv, J\MK (JETTD, I \NKaoa Land To fnet t.f the! agsrMion nf tbi4! important lit<-d.-( e-M ) nn' a lativ of Xiw Jer=ey. lr*
.4 Ve.zt\Vl.itLeKi and U illianx of I.eoaa-37. ; RIank.-A T rwt; < pr'ni'tl > ,
Manatee AKruir.ttn 1CNiILL, We refer retiMid t.. 1'loii-ia some twtt.ty years sti. whrir
V rTLLTIPII fnlril
hb Ii ana NTATE iT ITIK
Inng kre cs we heartily par
Monroe WALTER C. MALOXKY.So :Mesrs.. Joins x Dike \ t-re dccLied *!ulj iletted 1'iititers fur 5ow' an rlnruILaO >!, r.pNts, Lxct CTII-XS *t. Stat.jajwr; SUre Etetnptk r etmett. hen-. f.'r '*- -r.il year proprietor und rdltt of
the House. I tlt-ebrly to the pri-jed Tallialia-se J-'lvriJiaH. Il le
; there = ----1.ti. arty gnitif\in to
was n quorum present.The the ftinecdraeiit rf the General liintiasr Uw.lt his frn.U abroad to know tbjt he clu d a"Chri-
Ou motion of Mr. Williams! of Leon, the Mesiiier was instructed *
oath of office wa* administered, by Kdwnul M. \\ett., 1%]., ;. vii \v r.n 'i tKLr. the '
'eLhnaenI! of a Lunatic AMlnm and thin li'V in a happy and Irinfrphir.t death.
Justice of the Peace if .Messrs. McKinnon Evan Hroxon Munn 'o puir* aso ,tttionerv (lor the use of tin- members of the Honte.Oi COTTON J>'v. G.-To aae thu neik nrc6COl>ak .at
1 ,
*, increased around the Internal lu By .he fiutie in r.r ntl.tr iclemii! it will le **en
: motion the House until to-morrow 10 o'clock A. M. lie tjU..wing; ,ncc :-'rdary ? ; i;rJn.irj ii. ; Low throwing guard
adjourned ]
Kenan Williams Leon ,
Campbell, of Brevaid. Galhrai J h, ChrUlie, that Li* fnncrul will t>k>* pla : fr..iu hi- late n--i
Bird Cofleo Frink Gvlii 3cNii1! Midtlltn V ; tool MulJiiug ln.SBA prove iufcit Fcn.l.Tl Jwiee on Bryan street. this} irniMtjal IQoVKx-k.
Manning;, Ingram, Vigi, Clyatt. <, '
I-LiM (CoTrwx.ie Cr-t of these tucnr'i i ..:; e Esen ptit n) 9siraum.tls Dat'.y .Vr- A"or. 19fA.l' .

ntnl Maloney.On at IS to i>> rrnt 'as (stored by this pae-r lten introJaeed. at a ..L iumr had ticturrMio friends ic tl.t
motion, the House proceeded to the election of pcuker. HEIU A. cotis. Cvttot R.-iJtrt. city
Mr. Ingrain nonuuated .Mr. JOHN 1J. GALJUUITH of Lcou coanty. WEDNESDAY, November 2Ith! IS3S. f.TnieT fr'*ion, Ly Mr. Bellamy of Jeffi rsan. Tune who trill hear of Li* uLexl.rcte1{ death with deep

Mr. Barrett nominated Mr. IL II. SI.! DAVIDSON ofcounty. Fire l a* only served to st.-eRgtlien and towfirw cur im- rore f I Jf was a man of large Iwart. of geucroussVftztiiea

The Hitase in--t pursuant to adjoarament qsorani prrs at. A fare t ceurr .d on Timr-.liy hiiit, al) n.t '. presMons a* to iU exped'er.ey. If the llviae t ad- and irnsw.rrjnaflacbaaent: to frunj-.

The vole was : : proved.Th The. Journal of the i last two liiiys was read, amended and ap o'clock, ia an out-builJint? nearly a'J.) >:niBtj llicre the exemption of fifty acres rf hiut j from tale utu ; The bat epitaph that could be wiitUlv fr Wttl i iA" i-

_-I For Mr. ( .tLuR.tzrn-Mt'u. Bird, Rretard, RriiiTou, 'unidll, Iowii! members .areil. presented their eerbfieatw of i.lriK- of Mr. (.'. 11utelison.-tIe pn>p rty ofilr. exe.-ntion-roetnameiK!* i1'etf! cs a m< ai. of eneonrpE tlut ly the' *''"-"H* rIaw a (tlri

Chrit-tie, (:'lyalt, Cofiee, Evan*, Fiink, Gcttis Gillis, 1Icernx electit am! were duly aswsrt upp, l by C. II. Au-lln, J. P. : J. A. Edmonton. The satire prrtuiws wvr 1 ? all ela 'e
Hushey! Hunt, Ingrain, Kenun, Manning. MrCrary, MrKiiinou, Mc lit iiani'.ncnt ilinT of Win? cfeonrc41, but through is the peiiry of th law.) why tiny sot the MivExemptioQ < Th an.e.
From Xan'it Huia Jon I).
Neill, Muiin. Peacock, Poiii', Richardson. Kobhi in, Staike, \o"f, n>"afif- i Lniuti. the active exertions of the t-itiw-n* pre-t-ut, ftidctlliy be rrd cjioa the inn<> ground T Ta FlmriJtaM itEITKTJ Jearee..
O I'rtHi luii\ W. JOIIXSTOX.
\\ hiifield and \\ il'iams of I.e 'n-.-21K Xum'cr ci>nuiy- many ramlwr of the t.cneral A wuWy mho i not the policy vf ca-1. ; Ete-.i: and iU sot the I{ 3Isea. -If it bedffnml pr'.ertt..f..et

For Mr. IAMU O.Messrs.. Bartett, Broxson, Church, Irtii,, Notice was1 given of itifntio'.i ta intnntare the following Mill at were nti the !frontnl, the <1 riling-liou'c and kitt-hen elks t of each le the ftme As yif, wLeliere.. ao May 1 puMi-hed that a f.rtiwr Wa
I. Roberts and .Smith ti. ooitie future day, viz : savl the latter ho\r in 'atuSfttti tlus tan.Ie! nail LJ
mere < .vr, a \try rv.nthrrn state ha* 1laecJ? !-ne!> r.n er.actmer.t upon y-ar. .Miv.red S.SfO ftn Twleeo -

Blank -Messrs. I I\idscn, (olhrailh) ami Mnli < \ -3. By Mr. CampWl : : nei its statute Lock Let the day is not far di>t.tut, in from -IS art ol lan.1. soil to GM> H IVtayrr

Mr. Galbrahh was declared duU elected Speaker. A biii tit amend an act eiHitl-! an act to organize Liberty eoantv.Uv ----n-< our judgment, vhen the policy of Sfcrv* Exception at *3 rt'. roan.l, ami flint a tvuof least

On motion of Mr. !Ingiam, a Committee of three was sijiointcJ, I Mr. t-ttU; : The lwt tl announces that <
consisting (if f Messrs. Ingrain, Uird and Pope, to conduct tl.e Speaker 4 A l bill tu be entitled au act to iocorporaU- Florida I'enmaU I* M' Liodly eoa4 nted to deliver an iitldroat the *apitol j i The wtnLr Lnier.t of a Lanatie Ayltu as rceomnivtided iron.l portion of it. lie L now pir ttny over cotton

to the Chair. roid. in thi city, i'n Tin-' L y. to! 14ti! proximo, for by the iovtn.fr. will eonmivr.d itself ist time' gvttin an an arrrae. tmiull. peea..rr.sn.1 .

Oa being conducted to the Cbair, tLe Speaker aiUrrs'-ed the ; Dy Mi. Mi-.Vill : .- the tirnlH of the Mount Vtmoa .twaei.ti"a. to the kitntaitity of every eitixon. Has i-vim-n nff elraa ty tttrpillar by fret ofpttmU

House of Representatives ai follows: A biJ; to }be e.it'tu-d: ati act t>> ;pvij for ti! neapati *:i and settlement In sn;>*Nirt of n> ( 'ntiettTnl J-! a -uu>r therekruq.4. is, ': Tie ra estions respecting the Free DanLiag law >. r. tm the same Lim1 .f lanai lila pestle-
e>f that Hiitioii of tl e PeninsuU of S->uti! and East Horidii, .
( tfcntl tIi"-: will
ii> IP..III ::i nimunity to
(icnildficn House are = nf*>r.alK', hud wit!!. we trust, re>nh in such cteor gathered 2.ttt 1U. per aerr. and anA MMmn /
oflht of ncprcscntalirrs
: South of Tnwiiahip thirtv-one ((31
) I qualiCiil to advocate it. tnt.r4-o.! and interest an be
ri-lativc i ile tutijrht this
action aa. not -triaifeat a. to now ID sr ety at C tr I return you my sincere and] lieailfelt thanks for tLi is nark ol I lit Mr. Vo-t : r.mlirtu-e with the itautiful lirplay of i-loi1ueaoe
| deIkr .
dettr settlements
ftvtst in ncr. Large
confidence and and hall &how A bill be enti'c! l Mario No. 11) eapitaii-ts cnaing Bunking anww; ri-c embracingthinne
your v&trent, my gratitude by exerting lo an act to incorporate L-xlge tie! l Otleides whole
as tbtingni&e< r-? pntriotisinIHM Ur, will, at least the till Lt>14er. Xcon tan-1 for rends lee'.
protect -
p ta th! % utmost of limited Ja- (faa motion tit? Mr. crmnni tar threeva! -
myself my ability to discharge tLe litgrnm, a te nppoi-ited, iirompted Lint to the dK-lwRT*. of a noltlr dnty.Tlie .
few to little for f-'trtx .t :
ties of Speaker with e.'iii ieucy jninctualiiy and impartiality. 1 Lope consisting of >.kirs. ingr.ini, lUnett an1 1 IJrevard to contract IJt-neral trill bv ifr-.vtol we iLoIe ci' doul l, Tery partiality a Banking NIftutllF:.
and that each nitiiifer! will render that in the with tIt* i'littUria t'l iti > of! the Si> eapitaL Mib fort (enreery Well
_ _ expect n-e Hi) |f4)d: i or pri i present 344->: wh;! a large auiticue of I4.1iai anal '. ntlcin.a. in
perfonnanct <>f tIc' dutit'>, \. .iiloiithich! it \\ ill I- uitj; n-il Ic (tp <> Otioti luil.xni, a Com-tiittee of threewis! arpoiute; i ir -.w the flti'-h tir'ec'if yncrr.I confidence and BY TELEGRAPH.

p preserve that Jtnrmony ::ti'1 J rt-ijuliiity in our pioctt> 1iif'' *jluch ill .ti>i>ti.'g ol i' Mf.rs.. Davids >M, Clv.-iit .iml (iIis, ta draft ruas for : Ti'rtle XOGIV' prority, but it will! But i-tand a run in a ].anu-.

bo much jtroninU' tlu ':. i d
-- are a"niI.et1! I livn, i"itltiK'i.. to {xM-fttriu the hijihet-t ftiitction committee apjMtmteil to select a ('iaatits; for lu! present seii .t for *tuiplt--i.i( .rf'n liirtle 'OKJ: past np fir the market ib! stock* dept! d ii Lit office a* .

of govt'rtuk'ut-Ihe !*. ji4iti.v: IHIUXI. \Vc have k.en edited ai.tI i repotted: ihat tliev had e'ts4d the services of the Slev- F. A. him air-tight en HA. After .ln trial we [.roBotinee banking eapital during tie late crta
to exen-i-c tho gn-ati-st [Mver that OHO human hieing can exerci P r.iuh.Whicii. it efeileut. This way of preparing fisl l and kop- r *ii ioa. thert! would have 1 evn m-h "a glut that ftF

>e over <.thr:>-to niakr Laws fur them ; and it IHTOIJH-S us as ,.-jsrt| Wa r -et ivt-2 and the cwnttee! diehaatrgt.J. ing it jn t *4I4.tTa-l <>n>- T 4.t: ** ri-a.!y for eatins! ii the bill holder wonU hare eo'j.ItrI; Iiiinef fi rtuna'e

4 men lira! -wlortt-d to di i-hai-ge our dulk'< with a M'liou and eaniect On moii.tii of 'iVhitfi 'Id th* rule ttsasved, and lie allowed .* riirthing new nr.tb-r tbisun.." Hat the expertmoiit in securing fifty cent ia the 4a'I'r.: F.'rounwlves. IST1ACAKA.!

desire! to |ri.I ti.nn them vtcll, aii jtiMii tic-! c'titidtnee! that has to iiilnMiuc-e tiie fo liming resolution : i i' r.o longer is.-h-tt! i 5a ace ".. Any e| ; W -M.ould not hare rqrttti d )l-ad the ': Hjuss.tz, N.tr 17.-The I5ritih Mwil tt

been riIwKd in us. A'Arr'Tfiat wn-n! thi 1 1.MM* adjonrn, it do adjourn till Fii.iy etir run now, at nov tiiiif f the year and no fiwt- Governor re.-omuifi.Jed a rtpt! ut the nit el! t'ie Niniiira hasrriv..t with Livi-qN d te totl

In a young and growing St.-ito like o ir*, the r.ctiun of each LtCilalar -. : in xi, at 1 1 oVlm-'t ; tu IIDTOW l>eing the i.-iv si-t apart by his hrl.ow frru'e.1ti l ; :.ui_: I.e frt>in the. I rtny di< >, la.-t aesioD enlarjjini the tniiibv r anal' }* ription 'i Ctb iut. fcliak I-riia tiit fol.wing! 4-f th e

tt-lls v.ith |j.uu.t iful oflV-ct U| >M i. futii'-e dotii.v. Hoiidaiias E.ie .thi-nrv!! ih- Governor; to lie ol.eie I \ the! citiicui of the State resale iU apntit| sitlt iisfli-a'tt-] : Soup. The proof of bankable r-tu-k. I It 3tret.r -jvrl v

glorioun| jX'tisti (l g-eat naiutal rvt-omrr*! to tie Jevelopct!. ; a a d hV .if l 1'iater an.l Tliink-giviiig.: of the paddim? U .*ai J to be ;a the catiag-.-so that i ii 'n the su1j-t} of throw *.; iiu-r.>ad protection I
r wf the t C
w. 'a.t Ulr
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On the vur-doia ai.d jw U<'\ o''" lur lay deK| >nd in a great tneasaroluTgroutli Vi.ich rcs jtion xva.- adapted. i the -ktptiea! e.iu U'-t Th<- matt -r in the! aual wayAddr round the lnt.-nal Inipr' v ;*int Fund, there will sp ,
Melitse caused decline vt 1. but tL
in Wv.tifli and |M>wt-r. .tiwi the ha| i'iness iC Iwr peo.e.! Tlie eotti'iiKtecappointed toviit o-i !his J'xceilency the G Hrert orr.ud -, Mr. SL-itf at !'v.-y W.t.Col. not be, w e hope, nutch div:r-tity of opinion in the I I utw a l> laar-

$ Let ii*, (hi-n, g- itleiitiHi. a'j| n>;n-li the! tiiorhuruo! nf our dutk i with inform fiim oi the oijratiu t'ioii of th) <* (louse, reported that they .- Je.latnre. Whatever can 1-e Jom-t< ptvUv-t the j ket was itrrgabr.! A little tmx cvi>fnlrn:9 wn

I that high setife of honor, riicI impnili.-ility and .trit integrity and had jKTi..rntcd thci/duty ani 1 w *ie diaeiixrg'd.Tlie J. \r. !!JTZeliire Fund, without les t-r.iiJ! or in impairing sabstaurutIy exhibited, but theski4lrae <'flIPS -kTLe
With no on* of the new >rual,'rti -etciI lo tlie any way was as shore. ()(LkO ache, e.conl&tusw tstk tista,
justice which s4) eminently IncoimIJHII in our jH.-ili.tii, tliat eaeii foliovt injj motssage was rc'.riviJ frotuitis Mxcetlerry lit. Go tlw obligation w ithe tate. throna its Trusj j
|ire.ent (ivm-ru! AciUly hare w<> lrea more | sad extssriers $,ssaO. si-lea af Frwfar war.-
I member may carry away from thtse Ita'ls a clear eotibrieiiee and abalhfaction ernor and rt'i i : tee, ba. voluntarily e 1rut.t.l with the Railroad
that he ha. dotu 1aks aed to utvet than with the rtri.tlftuaii nirrtitim j ,OttO Lain'. peeuIntuqa and c1wtttrs taLiaI.o4
hi- let and when Insert
> ; year* bhall Lave Iet.-st. <*. (-unapaniso, it i- the duty ci f then: <-rul inihly
ssed and of .* oi'the Mr. Eruiu uimeii that hundred of the atiure-the Senflt<.r from Madbt.n, Taj lor and La- i tales. The Hock en ha.d Is 4.tMSG Lnks
I ] Iiy inany ti |elty eoiitestss day an* forgotten, M* copies rtwasge and aeciiiBpattying Le't to w IthItol.!. Vi'Iiil'we -i-j.w| .-< that, nn .n in |
h ref to acl wili and ativfaction d ba for tie' of t'u Himw iyftt<*. Afttr a n.r>t artlnous ettniruii B, in wLieh j which 8I9ii, are Amtritaa
we may r our : pride ami the records <*euiient4! printed ? u* ; vestigiition, it will !.e found that the r'tatc has
w.Il show thst we U. .TXIJ wt.1l!! of our rouuirv. Mr. Mahaastniood thai one thousand ropus be piinted.Wiiu litany aiiourafn: cirt-mjistnnef of a local r.ature \\ilh all ; Fair Orlmi .. ....... .

Ii :u:. ndnit-nt wits acce.te l and the motion as cntewkdadopted. he was cx en l>y a eliot maoriy; ovrraaiEPteinr j parted power control the Axi'cii of any r.lidJIing do. . .... ... ... ... .. .. .

The house then poret'ded t to the t-I etion of a ("Lief ( !Ii/k. ; candidate,( 'a1t. LnnprA'r) hitli! rto rotasidereal cit the Haw of road fpcciSeil in the ett of IMS, yet I Fair 1uLie. .. ..... .... .. .... .. .. .. .

.Mr. Ingiaiu iio.tiin.ited Mr. U to provide and all additional < ls that
I The vot was : settled hiscic'jenliaU nnd w.ns dnlv scorn in bv lion. ThouiaslJaltUU. its anexpertrd (5t.a tho>.> at a tli.-tsii) and deiNivoa any ntnr way ; Fair Upleu.is .. .. .. .... ........ .. ..

For HILTON-Mr. Speaker, Mesre.! liirivlt, Hi.d, Ilrevatd, I! iu- wa the ieev* of tie Jeiwacratie $cnatornleanJi4att t be funnd ne t ary in this n.-pe'*t. The reprwentatio.i h ......... .. .. .. .. .. .

son, I'rr.ijon, .iiiif.U-ll, C'l.ri-ti*'. Church, Clyatt, Coffef, l>avid ir<>iti>:y of t1 o f .v ralwuipnnle The ashier from MaiwlncettrO are uarara14c.-

Kr\\in, Hvans I'liuk ( -j > ; whceIwrs j of Know XotiiingiHu! in the WeCol --*, > _K> ani > .h.i.Unlng The I.uflkis hi the 14ak c-f
Kenan Maloni'y, Maiitng! Mclvittnon, .McNeil}. Mnnn, Peacock STANDING COMMITTEES OF 1T.ll: HOUSE.Cinuua Mvrii4.C. | raa> a very properafei'o.ir. ]. ar.! ass a measure i' EnvWrid! lL.i ikereesed ; sis1sM Money ta.tiaite1

Kich.ird&on Roberts Robinson Smith .Starke rc.ienable and .4 in !it'elfl! It i i- true it n'5"ht I I
Pope Vogt, ju f in which Ia
akusaild. inereasast L'readulr. -
-VfV'' on Jti'tiriartf. Oa Fisi'tncc an i Public Aen>nas. .!. ?KlJiMPH a pltht Cirmcr-a lvpc[ of the nccpt
J. Whitfield amiViIliai, s of Le ti-i>7. nrd that no additional pryxUniin f- > i ..corpor.tJlintj ..TIil Fri I'i& derlinise. ( .saoI. .
sm'jtsntal pHr.'in: yev'wir.ry i f our state; a is are Tj.It
] lank Mr. Mrrr-i. Mara*. GiriTlS, Messrs. COFFEE, thv!
F > ntmet t-ati.-rn tTu Stat ax. 1 muiircd that Lord Juizn Ett
rB attaceoloL.'rI
f f: s.ti': ini1.ti itat4e p r-ver
Mr. Hiltiin was (k-t-l.ir duly fleeted Chief Clerk. I l.Vli)1N. MICKLKR! the .-oDpi.iii. -. \at Wfhcp* ar.l! Id"! \ > tat n.oo ., Fr-
I-t, hi-ia-ttaa J iiaarts -; iii..1 uo.rior .leT'tua to iKri-y n* niii-r.
A CotntiitUee from the Senat r.tinoimred tint the SetwJ WILLIAMS of l on, Iai.CCl.iiiv.uu the .' but
< ora- or- oi t-:ipitai. --: alit < < 3- --t. t'.i.i acli u.I!! ,
The I'rtt.-aa CaLfiift L- !
ali in.r--.14 I "n ttr -tl Iii uitc. r -- hits poeii. **- noMOMUC peefetri
gnniztd and ready to procei-ii to ba-ines... ; ;.Aivii BTT.GILLIS. .' yiel-l I their r-uily aj- T.'. Thr iloi:i:; so onM inU
: .'. i:. .1 hi'jiy] < T>>f, the n 'i'iuto saika
Tlie House |iiucetivd to tie: l-rJi- of nn AatistMtt Cleib.Mi. disate at sil irt'-.s: ; :o us'. .11 t' r ati uj.-ct I EYCrnLI1ET Ii ts&ILK
.t'lifuf rir.'na'iv.'. We l.-.irn hit the ,ief-ntc'.1?
lo r.iuj itfunina'ed (ft. M. Quimi.M.r. .iltllo whLt thi-ir! I N.-v. 19.-TluTe na eaakaat
t > | iii-j-'cti', r.ftstt'uiI greet
CR { --/f./i. Oh MS?iti*. i ilr. Lan 'fur-i ttteu' to riser toe c.w tt> t troja
Did i>u nominated .ViJliaui TliomuiTLe -'. tcn.t to ert. te ie'rcnftt.n tie4 Iv 1. i.rd to i:. this city this fr-ri-noon in aunesquesa.| *f tiw a Jtrt'vn .
the! lm!:<>t-oox to tif *H-antf taut if ve hare *>,-nI -
vo'e was : :tLte3rs. KENAN. mik" i.li.', I Ii: n- cJi :!::i it ulut-h nil ;In>u5V. of tiw Meaiapu tiui iukts. Fusrku.JraJ
I ii'6 | Li of
vliaitee !
et-nvctTy >rtn" ? i ti'r tt.i. Me.
For Qgs-Mr. Sj jcake', Mvss' Bird, brerard, Uriiisnn, CainpIxll i MNfltLL.flAREtfl'. FRINK, kiintv. oftEe e-miraats surrnndaI the a-sire si jagic.Ilewe .
i* Hu iu'icfd. We sh-tll! .
? a'
) C'hritti (iatt, C'ofllv, Ian*, Fitnk, ietiii, Ileetinaae, I'PE. _- .---- < J.r .s I-iird h urrozutkd deananJiug their uot e>Jiat. traaq..rtsiiusor

4 llughey, Hunt, Ingiam, Kenan, Mal! ,ii *y. Manning, McCrary, 5IcKiniioii FKI.Xk. .MiKINSON, The Z
; McNi-ill, IVacock, r j e, Ilirhard n, Itolicrts llnbtnson, ; MiKlNNON. CHURCH.O .'th lior.-r- the C urral Av. -mlily rouvtnctliu tr \ 1st -iii-hed! upon, c-pi't-ialJ by the prefs, anlartat&.I.v Smith, tiw Drpmy Collector vf tW poet t terpa.d

:Starke'ogl, Whitlit-M and \Vili.tms! of I e in.-SO. : Agrifulttin ths Eledas.$5N. tii! rity, ue.'riiso to Inv.on Monday last, Lot and wish! wit lop. liut M the Hori'K'iu and ktnte.1 tint he was tenJent L* we.ld reach.

Tor THOMAS-Mes-rs. llanvtt Croxsin Church Dividiin Krin Kd uot or.m'.ze until Ttte ilay. t'n that lit- .
day l.i -rioiMabMnine! (men taking part iu iithv-roD that evening a-as to-t orrovnie ( 'atnrs
: anJ Smith. .. Ii.; COFFEi:, Messrs. POPE, Senate was organized by the .ctinn of Col John
\\ J any of the .:iicrvnient that bare arisen on the > definite and Ktti &ctory in.:rtirtk>w 6 ca

Mr. Quinn was declared dulv elctd! ( A.-iis'ant Cleik. | WHITFIELn, DAVIDSON, naliy-ottof Jtl'lr-<>naI'rviw- subjoet in ;!u-i salad <'tii>-r p- rton*> of the State, we Wu-.hiugtoti. The crowd Jij: r.ed ttttii tk* IilBtthiDg >.

Tlie I House prot ceded In th! el. -tiist of an F.Krvliitjg Cleik. T\XSf INGRAM, i den of liill-lotvupii was thttten hecretary Hid fo.-l that wo.in now the more freely orgv upoh thjt as: recatting dcnite this .aiag; *r to

Mr. ingrain nominated Mr. J. Iv. Iludsoi. HRINSOV, HROXSON, J.im* I. Wfs; -t.ti Jr., of th:> t-Uy: A.*i-tajif. The friend* of th- fr.t -nti rpri-v#, in the UeneralA'wembly matrow.AXLVv".

The vote was : RICHARDSON, (JETTIS.U.i other o35ee ia the ft.jte were filled as follows :- awl .Lewhere, a rvr-Iy aetjuietceacc ia

For Hroxo'v-Mr. SMMktr, Mo ,'s. Ilxnvtt, Bird liievaid l iiu- f'Icrt! E. M. West Ia8)SMtII1C.L IOVEiE2T.u55e1o5 .
| > I'rop&tilitw and (; t'ran.-cs. O.t reJeral Rcthoiis.MaAirs. { Earollinsr ; EngrooJntlerk, all eieastires eakolated to protect a eotamoa fandanil
I'roxson: < 'hri-ti.' Chuich. ColFee DaviJiwi I ,-Nov. ls>.-Tt* tate aewqpc. isiufs'rmauiI
non, C:1T111.fs.-h. t.'lyatt, | Hugh Blink : <.T> flntatArnusTLI'.ip! I'ittuaan ; thus the WtU-r protnot the pu? Ii welfare.-

Erwin, KV.IIJJ, Funk, <*etti*, Heermans. llughey. Hunt, Ingrarn, CHRISTIE, Messrs. BIRD.Ml' Ihinr.keepcr, -Mm V.1i ; Mfr
Kennn. Mnloney :Manning; McCrary, McKiimon, Mc.NeiJI, Munn.1eM NX, STARKEi tkting t* cr ct Cuba and 1'arto Itdiy. lasSo a
'" Land I
tr1M-d kmltful tae one or
( Lttion
ork. l Pupe, i'ichardion, 1o.i.irn! Clarke, Vogt, \\ hltiieid! &aid \ ILLlAMS.rE auul>ut. CLVATl. raefl.Its bj K-gi* : Fpain w to give up t elm t4a the paysacv4 of
tint II n< John IX Galhraith; ]> of Leon the other. '
the want of n
by a eoacilktory spirit
Williams of Ion- -UT. 31 ALOX EY, \RRETT, a rat equitateiti ta itprewct asnual reTUInc.
was Speaker, elected ChU- -- -
flhatik-lr. Kolierts 1.
1 t K-rk-E. XL (juian tseidaat. A fall Ikt of the TAMl'.X, 1'XA., NovtmVrSth. lSfl$. ( A LtrItE nriuu o CIILSIIEI'.
.Mr. Hudoon tleclareil electenl
was duly Enrolling Cl -ik.Tlie .
House proeeccled to the! flection ol f an Hngrofcsiitg CltjiL.Mr. Oi L'orj-onilionx. Cn Fcficofs amiINC.RAM Coikgr.Messis. ( t3 here fi the last
>r few week ti create comi.slJcra'uk *
Ingriin no-ninutcd George I" Iobiason. Messrs. WILLIAMS of Leon, i proceeding nt Tuesday, ;pnhhMieil i Another eel- appears !State ATtflI. on Thirty-fortJi ttre t, gisT. way
and zorateJ statements and
rnn.ors t-Xit ,
until of to day's paper. aa-J the aUdiii w i iw mass
Tlie VstO was : POPE, MALt.NEY, early this morning, ?
For 1tIaIo-Mr. .Sjir-aker, Messrs. IJarrctt, BIrd, I'rcvaid, ; WILLIAMS of Leon, MANNING, The |*e"i meat, and Jev ted much tim ia visiting and watoh-
Kriiibon. Ilroxson Cninphcll. Chii ta>, Church Clyalt Coflw Da- DAVIDSON. HEERMANS: : ( PiaTMjxHi O.-.lbniith.) arc gentlttuenwell
the bed-side of the and I Ae- S UBCEIVU).
lug by suffering dying, PL1'.TtIt1
Hl the I rluv.tic
4jimj to discharge duties of the
re -
S \idson, Ijfwin, Kvans. Frink, ( u-lti, HeemMus. Hoghey, Hunt, fn- McNElLL. McCRARY.On poniib
! gram, Kfiian, Maluney: Manning, McCrary, MrKmnon! McXrill '
Inli-raal On Enroled JSlus.! crccce to it in order that the pnbiic tnin-1 be The sa5 dtiDi tk
Jmpnnmnttt. i Doth have had experience a* members of preiiiuaLejiLitares I may at uncLanel piiee
Munn, IVarrck, IlirhanUou, Holterts. Uobm! on, fc'inilh, tar.e,
Yogi, Whitfield and Williams of Leon-"vJ.Mr. ; \ Mewrs. WHITFIELD. Meastri. ROBINSON, mid are thtro not uittuailiar with. currently icformed end rronron tatctuciit correete \v.k rcaili 16.5
Kobiiuon W.IS de.larad duly elected IliigrossinTIi ClCs.&i. I <.Erns, LEIGH, the Uul gorertiin'j deliberative lories.Ve l.The. 1 1.5.410 Lisle.! lh. mini*wetV hi t year. Th increase
\ cannot fjrbear disease music its appearance ala d the nt tUiUi>crt h 9.Ias'. and the stork ou Luftd ocd
vbJT expretsin ont gratification
I t j Ilotiso proteetl! I to ihe election ol a Doorkcrjw.Mr. : CAMPBILL: ,
f I I Ingram nomina til AVillinm llovcl.Mr. POPE, HUNT at the ejection of Mr. Hilton! a= Chief Clerk cf the Oetolnr lat, and ap to tide tlat**, Nov. 8th,) ve 0.1 iipboatd! 3ess, > tale'. Freights to Havre 1)

I DiiiJson tiominuted .S.iniuel; A. itudd. DAVIDSON RICIIA'RDSON.On Ilou e. Mr. II. is known to the readers of this have Lad about one hundred and twenty persona, j jnu cLw i'ctLAw: Nov. 19il .-."''ale* of Cotton today

>re cr !k-i, si/fc. and who Ii&d nr-.Iifril treatment, bait '. M'hWKng 11
Tlie vote was : i jonm.il as one vf it* edit.us in past yvat a til as 5.rr.n at nr.rfwnged prk-c

I FOK ROVVKLI.-Mr. Speaker, Messts. IinJ? !, Ilrevard, I'/iiuoi, Jlngraurd HUls. On Indian Jjfiirs.3lessrt.VO'I' '. editor of the Snvari.ah Georputu and of the Suvannb ard of this muni or ((2*>) T- .n'y-Sine have died, [ to Ilheer.t'. The .nleeduriragthe 1 we k rwchM--

Campbell, Chtistie, Clyatt, Coffee, I'vans, Frink, (letiis, Ilii-rmnnf, ( Messrs. Mi-XEILL, Journal and t'ourin -in all of which l"> itionif tawitI tViIdrta, > Adult toiiial*?, 5 Adult : Z a) itilea and -the itetipt 64,500. Tli: increase at

Hunt, Ingram, Kenan, Manning, McCrary, McKiimon, McNvill, ERWIN:; BUEVARU, f he made for hiniselt a tumc firaoncr the editorial! Maids, (wLitc.) 2 children, {w k>red.) From this ( this i-ort U I'a I,lx'4s' bales. The ezpnHs fur the week

Munn, 1'eacoek, Poj-e, I'ichaidson, Uobintoti) Staikc, Vogt, WLH- YON, WKIGINS( J craft achieved by few ia n life-time <>f feuiJUr'i statement yost will fee that the mortality is greatest rtaeh 2i,5 i I ales. The total fince 1't September

field and \Viiiiams of Ieosa.-2. MALONEY, BIS.-ELL, i IroJjcry. A gooI reader-3 reaJy writer-iiKth"j wit!, the chIldren sand fearfully { rep*>u-l iratt>> witli -Wa) telca. The stock is ? I against I

FOK 11 run-Messrs. Uarrett, Utoxson, C'.u !,, lavtdson) E.i.a NICKS. HEERMANS.! j ornal l and cncr'etic-1jivt1fieationi etarnlial to the the v Lite ovir :h* col!>.>rrd Iolntien.j You will i bak fit tie tame time lat year.

and Sla-Jith.---6. bUrious ufficJ' conferred Lim)-we canao* nh-a see that the deaths have nearly craged one ,
On motion tie! House ndjonmed until Friday 11 ocoi A. 51. upon LAN!) GP.ANTTOFLOIIIIA.
| ,
ia 6 '
BL.NK-heasr. Mfiloney and Koberib C, but thiaI the House fortunate ia securing LU ..rricts. every ca c

Mr. Kmvcll vai declared duly elected Door KeejHjr.Tlie ---- lie is the rt ht man io tho right place.Oa lIme great raaj-uity of the p ..pi- and two cr rorepliyeielsnn \VvwnNCiu3i Nov. ly.-The Sktrttarj elite Interior

House procc-fdrd to (the s-hsctiaa of a Sergeaul at-Amis. 1 [rmm the J'tcltonrlllt S'anJ'irJL] WtrdaesJay, the Governor' Message was n-aJ believe the cisease to be Yelliiw Fever I (jir prrf>Tnl ft a jrrnntof upward* two hun-

Mr. Ingram nominated Shcrrod 15. SheLee.Tlie \ Sumpler County, I'Ja.Edi'.vr in Lath boue sad was I isport ed from New Orleans. Yet there dre.1 saul -rty-tglil thi.usantl> ecrcsof land to Hri.li. -
,9ntillt Si ind ird aid in tW ccn-trBetM-n of the Feroatwiina
Jitel. < < : to
vote was : 1 Notice of the fut ere introJticlion efL.ias tras g!vu are-seme irtrlligvnt r-rm-ctt er.J one f>r t\u. ply si
FOK Siiriini:-Mr. Speaker, 3Tt sr. I5airett. Hiiil, IJrevard, Hiin- SIR:-Uv the number of your parT of October 2Mh I ice among the returns in the Sen.itc TueI. I Mrs. Ha of clan tLat elicve il to t.s Bilious Fevtr ia Its higheit and Ca-dat Key railroad.! It i is lli-vrJ tLat the.
on ly; we*
| th-a"Johns-ton i* reportt-d a* tiwtivl fiimi this county. I Miitc this to i y the let cf Jan.c .
son, ISroxson, Campbell, Chiutie, CLuich, Chatt, Cotfee, Iavid.-on, | comit lhi) n.Utako mid state fact*, ns fotlnws : i[ St. Jolunand ILiker Sur.iUr. In the Hor.-*Hrailar stage, and give local cart** credit fvr Its faj j railroud will te in full operation by

Erwin, Evans, Fiink, (jeti-i. Heentians, I llughey I I Hunt I Ingram, I Ttf. can "i Ut 'N Wiliiaia AV. >>U>iie, and Jolin \\". Johnston, tutu De-uocrat;, notice were {rivui on AVedn 8
Kenr.n, Maloney, .Mantling. MtCrary, MrKinnon, McNeill, Munn, ran fit>m thi c< inty-th .ye was rvully sand truly lao i.oniin.ition by Viepartiff of 1.ibertt-CatUs c-f inilsloreugh' For the last wfk the IVvcr ajp.ars t bloTvlyabitinir .*? Inland.
Peacock POJHKichanon! Ilol-crts Uobiiiion, Smith Starke Vogt >r t'io! trur.ty in the t-vial f Tin I I-y dhtratti> fr..ro each! rictintt. V.". \%\ I' ea
j Xeill Manatee, und Vcgt M&rion. ; l.i\inrr had but 2 deitlw! and but few new SivlNXAti, Ntr. 1?.-Tl return of buyers of long
and Williams! of I&'n-J7. 1 Sl.iiHha.l a rrtiisuerabl! majority of.len over J.'hii-ton in tli* com ty. The '
AVhitCoId | Ju.isje uf rrol-iitc without the" consent r.n.1 with nt any authority cf Law Mr. Eppw Franklin gave notice in the Senate cases ; mojt of thkick rer -ov .rin an.l we earn- .t.1.k| has pro.l9eed stain. 4kinai, but it ha* not reptluil -

Mr. iJhchee was declared duly! elected Senjeant-at-Ann*. threw away the returns from cry j rvcint-t but or.c. fit which Johnston ha.l oa 'a'aeaincs-ilty of his iiitfi.tion to introduce A bill cstlj' hope that v-,- tball not have to add another toour in Kale to any .rztei.t, the total transaction
The IIoif proceeded to the t !lection of a Messenger. this lone nitiioit bor.rJ of f.M.tin but 77 bttle. at the following particulars:
nnj lie
a l.irgf tnnjority- is : any lauvassvr", of I i iI changing lie ContlitiitioJi to ns to give the el**lien already ]loiij lift of death.V> care rot by
Mr. Ingram nominated 'jleorge V V. Flojd.Tho I Ji\e cauvn** Ts, funr have corlificj to the Si cr ;!ary of state. that I here was !19 aflc><*. ; 3.uatss.! ; and 18 bn'at2lc.! The
i no canvao.s of the returns for Urn county by the board of inurafrs.. It re- of Attorney Central, S rctiiry; of State, Cc-in.troI. whit name the ditna.- is called it has wrcrke the J Ml"at 18. were ofa gnid but little above gaul

r S Eotes : i quired two canva&scr* tcittt the JuJsr of 1'iobate t>> a inak, (itioriiui. or to ler ami Treasurer to the JHOI-IO. pence and ijni t and rendered de olute many happy itsina That at 2V!. was "cArtUur Ginned Floii.lastf
F\at IJ.OYD-Mt. S )eakir, Messrs. Harrett, Bird, IJrevard, Ilrin- i give a t.rtifiVate of tt! t-t e1iin. The Judge of 1'rol.ate atct1 for IiirnaelCtIiiut ---c----- home, in our city. It Las taken f.om our raid4 onlirary sta1le I but luueti JicoW t.3eXposOre

son, Hroxion, Campbell, Christie, Church, Clyatt, Coffee, Davidson, a quorum aol I dvclarv JoIinMou, (a rtlalkvii wf !hi*) elcttej. Johnson A Oe* ervcJ Tribute.It nancy who ccupic
Erwin, Evans, Frink, Gettis, Heermans, Hughey, Hunt, Ingram, I| tens no certificate ant <-an bgalljreceive none blon* las prortrcJeJ to iron if encouraging to know that the labors of editors and these I will mention among
Kenan, Maloney, Manuing, McCrary% 3IcKinnon, McNeill, .Munn, list the olti-tioa of Johnston, and as he thought Lccoul-J nit hare a f.iircontot and prSuttra are twcasiona'ly July appreciated. among the lion S. TUT lire the first tales of the season. The natt week.
Ilichanlson Smith Starkc before the JuJge i>f 1'n.b.ite it s-os contested Ivforc a\M G. Leigh, Ej, men. la his death t-ir citv end county have nstained may produt* nn-re tr.iuasaeiionauud prIces be sufficiently -
Peacock Roberts Robinson
Pope. Vogt, I The following extract fr.>m the report of the Cva\- "
GirVVf the CtsauatCourt.CoL etablislcii to furnish W ss
j qiluUtiOBi.
a that will long be grievously and >
Whitfield and Williams of Leon-37. t*. M. (J. tieary was the Attorney for Slonf, and James II. Jolm-on, j I IEsq. tnittec on Printing of the L 'gisi tiire of *Ai!coniin, ritin? freely and the board of our fccton will U
ft It and 1 much fear that his
Mr. Floyd was declared duly elected Messenger. : ., Johnston. 'ITie e idcnc* ehown) conclu nely that Mote -uas duly l pa\- them a n-fmhing compliment : mournfully place ;; wrI! filed as soon $3 the tnquirr will warrant its
On motion of Mr. Kennn, a Committee was appoinfotl consisting knct IrjrallyJectfJ.. anal that the Ju.lite of Trolute w-at farther than the law !- We not that und among us will ever remain vacant, fur such a noble Win? oSVrfl The rcttipt* of tu* week foot 167i

of Messrs. Kenan, Williams of Leon and Bird, to engage: ile) fceniccs allow -vl, and that there was no ccrtitifaie legalJy given bj the can racers to j t I propriitors are ar a class of fo printers little ue in thecoimnunity ncw pipcr- | heart is oidy found iu a thousand. As a husband, (i tags( Itich 5o bajp werereceised i by Gulf Road.
JoMii-ton.} Ilie etidtft.ce will lnt tent up a* rqureJ ly law to the s'fakrr of father frierd flerr and citizea lie !had but few j jHiperiors. -- --- --
cf a Chaplain for the present session. or tt the HOUM. Many of the! Democratic Jmrty fetl outraged by thse illegal an.l to but compensation for the labor and MTi i The writer intimate |i RAILK&D AT TWx-U aff rJ* us much jJ a-
The officers elect Edward M. Wel was long an aeqcaintance -
were duly sworn by
Esq., forcible cto'ng.i. If U.evill of the people of our county ii thus disregarded, | to anrounce the arrival at this place OB yesterday
vices But committee do believe sure
they perform. j
Justice of the Peace. I I our party I* dead in this toutity. The return thow the harm it, has already j j that no class of men perform jur more gratnitons ten i- t and looketl fton Lira as being as near ,- of Mr. I'htlou, contractor for ihe eXtension

On motion of Mr. Vogt, a Committee was appointed.consi tiiig of I II done i:'. Again, I fay Mr. Witor. Wro. \V. Slone i* a tree blot lkrnocrat.In .- i ii rca for all general and local intoret, or are more a perfect rain a* any one be ever knew. [ c-fib. florida liairoad! to Tampa Bay who bring*

I Messrs. Vogt, Whitfield and McNeill!, to wait upon the Senate and i justice to the mnjorlty of the voters in this coui.ty I ask voa tu publis'i actively and tffoctr.ally engaged iu- dIsseminating Ee'pectfnlly, with Lira a, force of hand and a large qnantity of
thU, 1 bays ttattd nothing but facts that can L>e prored, uri'l f.'r which I i toe.lssad wifl commence work.
that the I; information known the of the immediately
inform that body House is now organized and ready to proceed making resource QUIETUS.
\ pleiijre ciytelf.! Ax Cti Lisc DZMOCR-IT ,! country, and ini-itiag to action the entrgir* of our i ij j The road to Tampa la*, we leara. k-ti-n Waled
to business. P S. There are preral here that
I AND Isiioa .tD C.iNv.ssr.a. person for odIn south of the point of UJTCTgtnc
than end editor of \ 20 only
On motion of Mr. Barrett, a Committee was appointed, consisting N. B. AVill! tie l..,rUi .i Journal jmlliJi this? We ask it as an act cf j copl*, printers proprietors neither Masons nor Odd Fellows, that deserf* much oftbe Cedar Key branch vhich is Veil the
of Messrs. Barrett, Bird and Kenan, to net \\ his similar Conunittce, ; ju-'tac. JIASY MCCEATS. -- coninien.liV.cn for their kindness and attention to eastern Iwindary lowiichip eisl.t. rar.g tw* ty-

on the part of the Senate, to wait upon his Excellency, the Governor, The Cat/an- ---Telegraph-Mouolaoty.The --- i pig": Dr. Kandoipli! a civVbrated Spiritnaiist, hits the sick ;.c and him of the of the General ojxuly rccaavd. la a l v'tcre at L'rtc.i, on Sunday i it will pursue as direct a course for Tampa as
r inform oigjuiization Assembly.On Key TT eit Key of the (frvloanw front lUvana that the well as members of those honored associations. Fb'eontrat l
to Mr.
cppLcation last, lie fctuted i il us L\i\ candid oj'iulon, founded rature cf the country will Jn.iL
; motion of Mr. Daiidsott; the Rules of tao House i.f the l.utsetgion the Spanish Court fur j enn5sficii ttt run the *-miriive ckble fruni that city an experience of nine a* a medIum, that embraces forty miles whirls will tiUtvl to

t were adopted fir the government of this House: until other to Kay \Ve t, I ha* I been granted by her Catholic Majesty, aoli-ly upon the con.ditinsi npt-n pi ltu.1llsla was one-thir.l ytisTi iru rfure, one third! iu- Poa.cbody wys, crary Lour per.t in debt, i is a i the neighborhood oftilver l bprir.g. in Marion et-nn-

vise ordered. I that l-olh ends rt the cabl are to Le utder' jicbUti control ; anJ, if sanity, and one third dlabolisu. Mr. Randolph! de' year spent In slavery." If that i* to, we hare quit j ty. but we learn that negotiations are Mill peniS g

-- On motion of Mr. BrevnrJ, the Messenger.ns instructed to t'tlierwlthe application is to be coi>bi4ercd rejtctctLIf dares that insanity L> th j UaUdl Cite of trance mediums. a number of subscriber who delight to spend years between him and the company fut the remnimig
bo it v.il! work little alatcueut of .
ihi* true, no 5nltrtt in the line, on finish the road to Tsisp. .
110 miles to
received and call the -
He has accepted a to liccewarv
Cure (ruin the secretary of State, for the ue cf the members of the this ijtk of the UL314 in saery. : | flroui1iii Ilf.
Christian iiiinMrr. 1

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' > .< w -' "? -t.Prr. ., .,,,?. ,,, Eff FM! !! AMES & LIVELY, Go-Paiinership Notice. Atlantic Telegraph Cable. SWAN & CO/S lotteriesi

., :> .V, V, A !-.. .i lh.t. Ju.ip P.'rU-r. ul h., !
> ,3'. "* li r.. tinUl! 'K: 'X* d I. :1.. .ia> d-iv friar]! a ." 'i- S TiiTJiIPiIAN'
11. k ii i 1 fi j iiot. Inti'eTJ13ot. ( _l !:.c t'F ( ;
t t P.M.-/-. : S !, rI! : i.r..i'\. :.' .:.. lisifi -. .fPEATOEIUS *--- S 55

vf \eW Y
i- .1,0 Mat 4 tl IIP derlhjcd i Capital $50.000
*t it. and it Ui-xrJ; MAX.NEW
IB PASHIOIABI 1S I r the ti.sns.aetis 7% 0! Tlio (V'iUIIn1 Oil.! .Vr,' Jt.in' YE US & (f OR .

thai I* bus iiaint'J Hon. J. J. TayW. "f.Owtg o S >eW *> i? *S\\V> S T'-J--'l-: t Th Tailoring Itnimnf, i.ti.l W .L! I rwpectfally M-'lic-il a i 1ICKKTS ONL.Y10 DOLLARS i

rowrty. fc. rau vith him (.r Lieut Governor.W 'BOOT & SHOE M.IKEJIS.iSCItlBEKS ;- Cl ttitl.aLijt of llrfpatrnr.ag'1 for tLe new firm rectived
br the rccirlK-rs of it in fvmer time GCODS NEW GOODS.
Ui. for 'Ut it is S. Swan
pT worlli. It may or i f"Pir.; fiUovri.'S U me will be drawn by
not Lie true.Atlantic stay I rtin ; v.. U rt9sotfuIlr iifinn JOHN PUATOKIUS. j JL & Co., Managers be Sparta Academy Lot-

_lthe- )>tlJit: tlit) ty! biTe JM mtl i: t door to ASA K. CLAKKE. WATCRES & CLOCKS. j teiy. in each of tl.eir Single K amber Lotteries for

S tli B
A. Cull .\ltullr>nhn< aiiit r
UwiIlM* ),y thc ilvrrtimincitt in I a li'wral hare nt' jiutnuajre.Tallwlmww. RSEW GOODS. Clait 44 l>ra>t* oat tblwrJaf. Dtcanltr 5. T3*; -

lBinn.. iiuiting ,. !* for .unotlur I rc..v. 22. ((27.) 18SR. 4* rXDEKSIGXEl now rrceirJii? a large I Clan 4bwl>ra OH Saturday, Jkurmh..r I I. IMS.L7 .
pioj grading. l.ridjnntr. : TALLAHASSEE FLAt Cloth r, Jaimrrs. Vesting*, Clot/ting, and 1 and) wrll ftlfvt.-d Mock of
; 'lraws Jrceiw6.r I S I
furci>biiig t-Tfc* tit*. &<>.. that tie] 1'rcid4tt mid riSK'S PATENT aiLTA Lit'BUKTAL fN.vt. 4& o's So..srday.

Director. of the llain Truck" liar dvlmiiiiicd) (,. I S i HE now uccivirg n lar.ro. and fifj-b supply of (15'stanti Yvuihs furnishing Guotlt, Yiiichcs, (.'locLs, Jes-c'ry, fiilrrr and I'la'cJ >u* 47 Dravt on Saturday. l>*xmltr 23. 183H.OX .

i>U the road undti contract to the Aliapaha in OASES I -/"Y t-vcry \mi< ly of aita-lrs kept bv Dru gi .ts. or IVIIIY: 1)Jsclul"ruN.) Ware and Funcy Gvwh,
ILrcrsstr. i JLl NTIfis. rn YSJ('Li XS. eonaistiny of :

Ibis tnuenss.t on lluir ji.irt will! IH hailod with \ and othpix. ill nhvn\s fii.l! rf'Sfl}' StTiStillIEll' :510 flOW tP0vilt.,' at tbe
w :it tl.ii .-$i-tab'i-hm a Gouts f.r;" G.-d! and Si sir Hi ntsnz Pfit Lerrr
siitiffaetson l.y the frkid sif tin ttiit i,|, rj.rio.t.dh .-. full MIJ., |>!V < l'iv. r> 115i-) : ncrd-d HI our line and onli a iLl) S 1 A X b f.rrn.riv ictjpi 1 J.y JOMS PEA- S VatcLc. 50,000 Tickets !

a gratifying; ttrntH of thf.Ku-minuti.,! of j ; Its >-ral t-": :;- :! : v ,vi J-p !I..i! in any S Loris T o?' *. n lir..,-'- :.nl wi 'I 1 <. Irr'dJ I cfii (,f (;..,I'* tine niv> r An -lii>r a,. l -piie Watrlar*. 5,485 1'RIZKS ;

to the move glalli Wttard 1.is::cii .ill.. hI '. :1 P l.t .. (t.Ir'-; l.y :.;..;i .-r '4h.ra to. Insptl at- 11 I I () 11 l. tlc work tt. :i -j| 4-dv << m- S test l. ;..Vti.UK: iroa lor 111,. roi.i lo i-! All-' i :,-$ ; -.( !&x-swI J.jpij/s.l Li's'.I I'znl-) '-rMat.tlly i'ureLted Lv It Ca'ls nisil L1i ti II Ii UL ) I II1U LTog.int: a.'t.OJktt.1 }'i.ircit'iu. M..s'tir rint. Ca'n- I Af.lt..VIFI'EyT 8'JIEiIEI

already Un slirci 1. and fro:,, p.m ii.JioatUwodMlitiH feel e-mS-ltfit hi Lava t', ml ruvi tiolti l iet.ti fine UoRI ] 'S 1 1I
in lrm, AIR-TIGHT AJtn tita.ya-. nat E. pri'Dipt time liiyr-r*, v sating we FOK'MKNS'; ANJ ) VOUTIN', .on sin TI> RC CaIWN PAris .srRn.T is DECEMBER !
.i ,i. of thcircn bortj tlrftrt eiitire tatufactiun. Oar SI fC'II suit.r Fot ehiu-t. Onr.nl nn]l V.*.tiro.! Lvii si tIn ,? ]
can give convDrnr
..n.Mhat th* thuudorf liisliariot of all tizm lei* cnnrtnnflv on haul t..gi.th..r wt : : f'1 a. .itment u ..t r>;,iit t. Collars '! lrize of. .Sco.ooo) 10 Prizes f.500
lrls xnake ill \SUPPLY Cliattil.iincltitin*. laidji's' ti'e t.:: '! t'- r-i I A Jet i rurv-
IW Ml.tit .H-II.K-. <,f t.at! }Joust iIi55uIiriflg\ } S -a.. T. J. RAWLS, VndvrUker. _t- Cr.tratn. Tie*. Ol'.ve*. ('.,tt.t a.al >F-i- I lI-> '. Kf, Gold nivi Eian-elf: If Piii* an-1 K.r ltins. Guf I 2'XOOU 10 K'O

-.rt-aw t.i-fort th<- I.-M t..u..|, .i, ,,., j, rt11,3x for Ito Nu-.nLor (,, I5S. 4.; 5 *. Puiut. Putt?. >iColtoa:! at-.i MfiiTif,1: -'irts' l>r i uvu:*, i.-. Ti.tea lii: Gotil! Guard l, F-b and) RaV i> Fin i iO"M I . 10.000 I 10
.n..i Lvt._>.jru i ..t.V.. w*. .V... *. Mcdiciim i (KU. I3uruii Flci, y 1 . C.OOO; i 10 6CJ a
and (i&tsi nao'ttuner.t of tlae
Just Received C.trtrtk-al Die StuiTe, CamphitH -.i.-o- l'en. a 1 4.000: ; 0 .. 00 K
Gr.M and Coi-ii Xetkla |
: rfuicery, V.imishei. ; Glass Wnrr, A U.Ka'i'rtm: it of !b.e! !; an .--.]re.l Cl-.Ij. C.i.- 0Lt and Kiiwr ripeetil 1 . S.COO 60 Si
Truth and 1"I "> I'CIvV.'JIE: AT FLOUR l in <.,> J ba j Flu Soap I WisIouGLus., Mii-rs an.i Vr%tin *, wkH-h they are prepare*! ttmawufacture > eta Gold f.-'th rnd E.ir !'l'ob.. G.li! .cIid! Ielt .' '- . 1.500) ( IOU 175
Science -J 5ri5lT, G.-.lion; ) lltsttrr. in the Inst ]l f.ifbiuttabe RK-klr Si-als Lookot-s .1iarii! i'-AA a.:,! Silrrr 1o "
j flue 1'uutb anJ Iliirl ilsnnfaHnre-J TUioeeo, toowlrr an wwt ; . l.WiO | 225 Ito
acr; 3Vi IP 2HC 3. Prime oM .livi: : d tT.-e iscearoatl. I fl.uis-s P..to..t Madi.4UI.SI. fttjle, and at the shirt.et!: notice. Trrms rtas"iialdtf. TIvo.U.s.! ST!tcve DuttmM an l Kiii'X F-fi* < r27 ; S IJP". Potal'itV, Dili-us. A*. 'S A literal discount fc.r cat li.Tbe i ing* a.uiM>nd. Itu' y. hspal and j Arrivialion ,

F-ryd.. ly C.AJ MK<;lXXlW. Paiat Thmhes. ; Fine lUvana Sugars.Snrgkul lull t roiuus t CLr.r.S S Prtrl Sets PLitii and ClmseJ King, Uwes Ring*, i irtaia 4 J'riresafe1OOappro.t0 f 50,000 priz..sire1GCtj
: S < ln.eswv.-nIs, M.)ietne 'Liest., a ) -
;; I), 4.4t S and with sets. S 4
nndemi wd would pielfuly! rtrU'iei-t 1 1i!:* ..
PiPE i sotitesi la riaiitatiun and Family cae. 4 9 ln.o.5 0
former etiAtontt-ra t" riue Kirward at a* early a day SiLVER WARRs
4 ii ?? & )OO to
Cigars Tobacco &c.VLOT -At.O- a. posiu.ibio and settle up their old aretiit. Plain and 1 1reoJetI l Tublr t4jusuns &ad Fort.
4 uo. 4Ot'9 too
I\R. 1eMLl IN the R''n I Psio 'ji. S .1 fit.-- n.ivatm OK(; MIS, PrilE WINEA ut.tNIi1.tara.cssL psipens,. JS >!1N PKATORIt'S. -. 0 !X-itt 4 Ito : o w) 60I
D. II AMK-*. M. LIVKLY.tM. October 23, ISi4. HWEBEH -. Tot -
J.poctfnlk Ii. tI4 Citi1tf 'If T.sllaitatee _L iioT rlKuii;.' and sn.kiiz? TOBACCO.( S 103 IOO no,.

*iial. rtivt. I lute tot tt pirp.4 ifiiVftl For f.il. I y G. .t .T M EC! 11S3. If.. l>-'iS. 4? : ; (.;() ) )'.-c: : SuFflr Rpxm1) Thostard and Salt Spnoi : 5,000 1rzis .9 !0 .. . .. .. ,
<'I ,t t'i. Ilt :til asti.j lelIii itt.Ii i IiiikL.liat Ni.t-ntr-r 1 4; Soup I ..rPioKnivis,Cake Jw. littler d*. mJ --

occupation in li'( f. cMEHGHAFT Silver Napkin Ri.ts. Surer Cavil' Cases. POrt, !
041 l>r IitUIi. l.t> J-'iniw t\Mj! C> me t-> 11wflatit.r Bui1diii iLterias.
o 1l4l : nJ Iin,. ,4s44iIt .n. <;. t.ivE-rrI: :, TAILORS rjuiiuirs and Tweezrr. Silver Cups and Ouldits.! I : uee.& TtruvsI(): lIts.va Qeatrrsis tI.
flI1tbJl.IlN LIMK.! f ATF: Iti.cip .1! Musi.-al Iu>t.u.r; at tli' Fr'nule '
;uv. :i. I8e. 4S Snt c,>; v. _I 1ct.a.alc t ps.ont. Ioir.lilitol I'LATKD'AKR : ,- A t'I.Lwt'L.4l: .t.eis' 1..j.&a. sflt. Lot/tn.. aiia.
S AM: > I ;:AI.T.IN
( bbnrib Vn ini.i. .n.I l Atlanta.
-: 1!; M.J oiIi.ge. Lyi ia P., iiutifjl pattrnrt of Silver hated Castora, Cake a..: & .ia .*4 IPsI s.SuS 'reesri.q.1. ,,, 3
i r <;.-..nji.. ; Ixt's h avi- to infirtu th<* CITI/ISS ot} 7; /: j i1)-i.1 :': r i.t>nil MifiEWTLEKEKS'
John \Vhitehurst A itiwiii' srtWf of 1 p'n-ij; Staple. flask. t ts. Canute Mc'ri \ WaiterFiiip -!. -'o-
S Tallalia"lliat ii<- has jH-iniiiieutly: l.wnt.-d himself
A rtn.tr.I! .111 '5 l Lsit. K. t.* l.4ss. kc. !>. R Gtrn, ;.in<- !'.> -, )Pu S< .ierIlaaksSLot t Certificntrs of Piiila jrt wiu Lc sold at tie followritewIsLuijtLugk I
ATTORNEY AND CO'JNSHLLOR AT LAW iu tillS CITT. at an Instructor < t' tin-
For .*1t- !Ly i: .!. M Es. I N N IM. ? FURNISHING GOODS) Poin-hw. Cap... VaL mi-1 V.'i.-e Cartri.lgi-.. j :
ILItLtNi.t.. Jill ;', iiri: Ole.' of tO' '.! !. JIt. !' TaMc and IV.'M-n nitli S
Raises &
xi.S. K CrTLtity- "
1 tI1 r v 1 : 1 7- TALLAHAiEE FLA.H'lIC Crrt.1.-it; t.1 I'aCks of 10 WLnTe ''kiefs. .$ I
... I.i. l.th li.ia/.. ) (.C1s wttkont Fork A N&ctesdtttlnu.s PurketCutlery.
R4)t it'iFt Sn kt rias- Rodap-ra
ZTl ILL }'?a'ie j in tin I ; Cuviut Curls cf Jaefcoi, -- 10 iuf 40
? *, OtliMUit. Wuidiiit tou Aiid( lloluiteuetiiKD, For Sale.i t&lont <(fci vine ci'ire! ist'jrtiwn tAb *KT wb may IVL" i>. A XV.ut iiUoLjits Raxorsi ii 10 Q. rt-r "- :t D
him. !!. be fowl 1 ibe St'1li'ilrl< !: :- : IM.W rwiviii:. at } ('l.fl.I tJt.of!*, t't IlarLur (;utdti.i''romn'a ..
imttmtizv at r
City SIS >f
and ivciiil "I' Bay "
f y | attfiiiKu to < -tii.ij. i : .i ILcv t..rr W4"Iaisi, Lt-r 1 their t.ec n.-xt t- ;:. H l Ii. rr'e Aorti.i RR. 10 t'J- lilt 10

4#%t1t1twr t ;. ioi*. 4i-ly 1 Vliikl! 1J.-I :.?: 1-V.ii'i.jf n.fi'\ \ ,-rs .4 Hultrt.J JEffEftE.Vs'K : ,w. a w-Il Mm d St, k f FALL A WiN-_ / : Ta o.krint Tickets cr C rtiicNte.focu( thiw

- !{ ,i..411 stt'i drt'lliv !si Vt-f\ ,. .]. -t :... fi'-; E. DtRto.t J .! .f.\V\ P.AS.IT. TLli (;(10LS, soitoel.) f.r (G.itar, Vioii! Fir1'. -i.I"-nrine Areorleons, sniawy onr us.Iv.es ir t.Le Tirkct <>r ',r .i!. uu *v-

11i)2ALMTECL.Dr. 4'r 1.Lai.J.! t t". I : :- i. I .- ti I -g.t'v .it >ux* ; 2. ,' Itunj-is, iO.: C'-ipt nt winch) :ty will 1w! f.r-var.Iv l by firft uiiil
1>. < Vll'OS, T J. PlKKIN ( t'yLh.vfi'YKAI:,
N.-V : ., i -:. '. 47--: >> I 1 ii; I' < -. v::. HdVAH TaLk Mats, lUrkiriiiitixxt Boardx. Walkmp CJH>T Purc'm.-> rtir. Law tK-tt-t.* e ttaSng in figure tl.--y
Wm. J. Carroll .lon> S. MAII.I.., D. ii. MASTILL.F. tciu.otttg in pat ..f Fr.'iii! :i'id I ftori-li! tfl.tha. Can > Ib'io.e IMK Jupumwd W .Itt.: Fra'ker Diistew, ri.T: it'-'tr'i-: !.'. any

H. KIA-.U, rLn.r'-; < and) \ e.-tin, ui! the lit't >tyl< an l bttt jial- P B I'hm.i fn-tt l for CLiiJr! : Tackir .
mt Fijvg '
..-. ., i : ,1 1war l: U Hathaniel Hamkn. x** Tie Ijft << ltrswn NutL* aixl 1'rizea w: -
RAVIXt ( l-1 j-jirr llaviti ktmwn Ir.fossor GIAXXiiTTE ft* M n> it>, trlikLy I! art- ito1..roI In make up to .rdt-r iia Wfunicrr A f.. A.\ tLc
'.-iHii-i !I.t- |.r"! .::! p-.r\i.- t > it.c COMMISSION MEC and Rr- sent to |7Os.-iiaosrs uunifiluitrty after tlrnwitii;.
M t\T; him Iil.e arid tuttlot.Siu!
i 'innutid irkm.tn
inanni-r. ins
i'C.' ruiy < o-'ilully ri- as a Ti-itlty "i// "1 I'tm-bi.s-re will! j.5ra, write t.O'r5iuaIu! ; .
(tti&i$* i't' tl.v ui'-mi'tiiivr coimtrv. Oliicv; at Is:* ( ;"eutUfiia'i an.i an n-'imli>lir 3 4 Urr 5 Paintings
No. < I'oNilriib M N ljjiaiis.TO hut 'fC"p awl irive'Wir Pt iHBre. Stntj.C5f .
tI;-: Mcr in fri .. I nvii; .,: .-i..uXa -. o> u S plain Coumy ani
S E. Ih-BOSE. CLOTRING.S for !. 1. M iYR: :$ ';'I'lAX. *
.". lt27.. 4"as READY-MADE sa ; v Uf ii.n,li r that etrry Prize u ilraTvn nJpnyalV j.
RIFIq' (M. 2S. 1658.; 4H eoo istin of Pin' Hla.-k and ('o.WCiI l Cloth Fnx-k N. P..-.-A l;tI).-iIl: -.:wti.,ii fur CA-IL i is foIl tsitto.nt iliilnetii'ti.J3J" .

-- S S (% ii, Fancy Cu-ti.ro l>u>in ss C..i.. Rlnrlf ami ), !). : Al! 1.riz.- .f :$1IMK ai]I uider. paid imno-

Overseer Wanted I'\(5.0.< ;MV.H. A.James 1.io.E. Bro.'e, Taflahassoe. ha.A.I.X..v.i..F.ee1. Tail ]Millinery, (pVN ? t.'olnri-d Kiitfians anil) Ovei CoutBhi'k aifl Fancy Tallahassee & Pen. & Geo. dtaiolv afU-r ti! <- ilrauir.g-otl .r prizes at tLe usiL.l

: 'cz 2atxIi aa9. liwtk1 aol 1 ("as.um-rc Panti, Fi u5xuxreI Grenjdiur tine..ftLrty 1xi.

y i. i t. it. i" ;olni : M. SH'IW-. I: .,, )i -v-o1ewt, I1a. .'// : ;/. .1. XKRXERKAl', S BOil FaKt-v fUlk und Ci--imrre V.-*ts. JL\IL-IO\DS.\ I : \ ) All o.snisv.tikati'r., *tii -tly CJnfitl.htiut.A S

_,'"!,.. q.ii ."i '! $ .'. Wil I t t ; t ,. ,....r Ji-lui J.,&LseIsing.hoito-v; Fa.G MccMh! :.* I'-' >.t vr urn KM:. v.vpoiite tlt: --A L SO .ltr! M Onli-M fir Tk-ketn or Ci tificaUs ft.

liit-nt. j, 2 w.- .!:. L' ",4} tri-Jliut-ljl .':->;.. .It. ;..nO .n. Wu>. nuiU-v, J-ff. ro':i :in'eftt of A C"ol a. .ir'iiiMit ofl'Iacic! mid CUM-V silk cravati S. SWAN A: CO., Augusta, Va. .

f! PutMiii, E-ij.. M.. I*>1-I-AKS UKWAUP will IMt ve At4-l-o' ct1*. Ki O..tar Ky.. Ha.i collar fxAit. uln\f Je Atiau'a, (is., can lave llu-ir frJrra tilled, and sup
j wbitiii ao- of!; te < ..1r to tI! c Luilic: <>f TailaIsnitte : i iTltr of Schedule. &
Change S. Swan Cu
_"J lot itzt A\DY Daniel IWI1. K H nalton Fa.Ja time, by aildrfjMfj : at either ofthosscities. ,.
dfUrrry n > i-trtiiKl 8cribfr* are new Uituirri awl) not entirely .

wfco ranuwav 'r.sis iny j 1aual! ii >u a Sow w TL4s&aM-ilIe. Go. -
blL'ee. liti i Ii. nUti..fa all WhO may favor OX mid fcfi.r S..lviiiaIii.! : i I .- nii.tb October. !S3t. ( : Tidcls fty: stile ly ll. 31. WEST,

.tFt4s IIUi a J: v a s.wid fatrmiriiivcr.. fiddler, -]lJ.. Muisli. Faq.. 1)uncsi.Ik.
IJ0.4 Ius.&r, M$1 i |-lfiiu> >>< tnici ouK. He waeii -. S Niw.t, 1e5" 47 J. WKCKK.L. : : S as! 'olion S : lIyA'lt of the nnmVr* that aro drawn from

.- a f-w 'I! -Slice uv .1 r <;t \ (':i5V *-!liustsitsj rrur. tfliCRhlWI:. lit., .-f Iialnbn.ic Hotel, !lt \ N IIE13E1. LravoSta'i'i' 3.Va5Ui! ilill . S ..t. M. the whet ). with tho iimouut of tie Prize tat acior.e

rjM-w! i,.. MSI- si ifLMHKKT iu TI.F.U. To Sell or Hentii I C.1 .1 .. ::., !.; i-i_- jiriuant'iitlyxMte I in Talist-! ; Arri t-at 'i'Uhi: ft-. '.' -DA.) M.L. ctitivI l 1.'. a ill Ic piill-lir l .tft r every druw-! 4

Lake .n. nesubcr I -:. ,Ji-t.-v, 5 U-- !'jnit" rfrm: tin1 {'iiblie that IK; Las o.-t. if. ls-5S. : so T:11.I.I.: .... 9 0 A. XLArrm itug. m tkt* t'tlowincr j-nrK-r Augcsla ((iou ) Coo
:: !?.1.;{j nor u UH.I. tn.r .r I.ai1. S
iS'.ilark 11.15 M.
*. A. Now Oilesus D.-lta Mobile
.25 ii f-riM{ lFirst 5;rri'r rstyrc'S stnt.nalit.; I>gi.tef, S
know in J.IF..n-on c..uitv.c..nIt'ninabont rAith. LtrarSt.. M.irk-. .1ti P. M. Oliur! t"li Statn'artl, Na.-l.\iie! C.i/ttie, Alttn'a Irt-
Attention the World 0 vor I1 i oI.t of rau.lj.! l.n 1. 4. iTI.i-: !! \ii" fits huntmav Class Restaurant ; Airv.- T.iush, :p P. 31.
: ;i.----------------- t !!:i ieui&-ur. Nr* York W tsoek.) lx> IO1I.O4I! icii l 'l < wuhl.-
.o >
u riai
} Tai.i-.t--.c: I'. M.
L.-OTV- Si
.. > y -.lirL-tiuiw-Kl Xrw
FOIJEWAUN" i-in- a-aiU't ; .ai, ? Ifeprktch, York Di-
{ aM : njt. J I.v aiiin' t il.i* r '. : ._; n 1.t .It! y.r-vt. ui-\f ti> C.'!. 1 'rr-i Acii itn'tn,
I vwi i iMwii-4i uf i i. ( tl.! iuiin >: S 1 \VALKF.i:. Artnf.renib. 1.4it. l.i- \ i ii! \awa\r fr-jMie-i :.. i-iii--lj Oyster* llAPGOOB. Arrir.- at \VjSk. : s Hi'Mati.'ii: : : ::. 5 :: > P. JJC | ati.: Pact. 2: (J.iss ) Clarifii, add Little lock, ;

ANMtEVV J & lDI:1.: nbo. uiwi.r U.,1- ,.f.1.Froe : CO. lr.5X -J7 iti tut* slid'. *>\ t!. \\-C. ;\ 4> ..ji--;> ii> fjmiii.-s or in iixi'lmh. amvtii', wtih I'.-: C ':.; !> d.i iy! tt> M.'i.fietlfo! .p 1ru; l m'rat. S

U.ason. ha* fr4uul.Ifl' wiu !Ii '! nuit <>f I if.! :: ; iiia'; !>.- 3nrauszi. ut arraHsmMTi's aud tve-: \v-fh to ":!.!:- -ti. .tit'r.! ;i'i; !
b4h ea.l. ,4 rii.j. ;'iiU U.i- Ic&; ili! i> N4.iu
aii2 Sisitlor i jo aimut :, Wt 10 ..! 1-' ; -!, lii jU. mil! S i..I-r :t'f-li": 0 -t.l!!_ :.'oeoi! iii; a vII trssi.r'l an1nm 1'.i'ti fl." r. -i-i1. iir n:% ir.'o ii t-l Carefully Mrk-t Fridar ant! I.I..t % Wftr! Sin; < fin] 'lt'lt..ly; ; ITaryiancl5tateLotterjes.

drk.n1.l. ii.tt. qui.; u. ziul -eI t ci- s1ls.IR: s'. ( In. t.I] .uj.._' l'i',: -. ', !Ii Ii, .it !lel t.. luruUhUj.p i 1.1 i siL'K .: !'/ L!. ..r: WINTER UOODS, vitb Pt Coicli t.> Xt-vr P.T; ..:ii.rriva! .,f. sin: I wLu-h Ii Iiteri

Torso fr.i-! ; ,. I. Mtis.rv ; 1,. ,ril tin' .i'' rist a.i:i .' ari-J in tle; mos-t im- *M.rai-iii i..t.r1, ..tustI! ut-l: I -vlr.( rctnnulrt-f.rtf (15 1 ) :ttIr. ';" Ttain : vi'fi! tlS' Kno '.( It. I2\N A Co. S

*1.i Ii!it Ii 1.. I i s eZ.il i ii'.ii t! i ia IUtii.1 Din fioo mm. j rovfti ylf. !J. -Li; >'nif > tl--voti- my entire titrtjn 1LS : Mail >teamr. ia tlc-l's) N."v OtI!< un<, Krv Wtt an 1 < E ; Mdjwgerf, .

r a ":?sei r, .. : :,fta wu 1:10: unIt; anisiaat.deirtis OP ilaryluts.i! State Lotteries, present the fulloTKI
| .
r 1pr : -i sk Irons a thjri1. .' :li ji.itrn.t.. S .. frani SI. larLz'.n the 1ttL and t :Is Spfl Ild Si'lu-niW
jj iiili I'laiti Curd Siik,
c iS. A. 1II o fl I!. L ttIjl L: i.i.Tr.iiii.ll.y the U.ttle. List miM: ?, ; : 4.1 CVVf% iu utb. Sht't.M! tlntv -< full on Snn.J.-ir-- For AUGUST 1858.
!p..rM.-vi -- n -.ii.-: i l'.ut.?<- s-n: ,
I .; -i .: :,1ieti vl ii- ;liM stwi. the train siR l> ruu :.s *; rdaJulc to counert with
I S ttiiIi # .. J't t. ;: 5j.4L.; iiir u > < .si..o.i! .ii <*> it tui' -ii. Ai first tuMl 1, I5rk ? tls.fetry!! u1uality.! [
i. 5 1l? S C in i Ulli. ( Steamer'.
IwuJ. AMKS lit JOEK.3.
ityM- ruv.ji.u I'i&i.! aii-j) Murffiline iik. To-y cttt..n 1.' Li-waite otor&Irii
..: Lt : .- .i 1 iU i ii S N.ivoaIjtr l lsc 4 ; & E. iior Torx
i S( p- c i u. r- w > v o.ie "Ortol.r t'i. 1 ;IB. 4 'Islets its < where tatraordintr'ilarg.
.. an-l me4 iti' aol l bias lIft! t Worsted Goods : Fr &
4i1 .1r 4't ii- tu a :< r < s SorH-rHitcndent. ..
Capitals are tiVre>! for a sun.)! not of Ticket:
ia atreie I %'r *:m '-a-i'X' a-rl f'* tlsc"< '4 <-f ll l oeiVjliXA4I A. GALLIE'LVAUI1TV HBW"GOODS! CaI.msrs. anti Doliuius Il"lt-. a Iaizr : t S :".iI jts.'l. Wabsulla 'iin.e. Maditon 3lcssengersud -all f stint sire switklkTbi -<. S :

iii (lit- ..! !. tti.j i tinMa ,. ..
part : fmrtit-vSrh CASH STORE Y,riant v. tuin&! lt.sbltc! OII'V till! (crLi.l.'ept. Lurv1.un]l Lotttrri have 'ICD in existenr fur
I f-l it b o-.Ji.n \\T arc now rpwivirsj a lanro ami carefa'ly iwt .. .. .
mOMFratorurty.. my l-ity, *< oi mvpart. ii a .lisdia kWt > 25. ttA. li
both Iopit ant M IS Iu ts.ecip' 01 2 !arre; ai.-l extc.ivo asc.rLment afLa t !.-rtr.l :St.l of (1 iUOCKUlKS. antI Fail an-i Forty Years. They are drawn by a Slate Officer,
u* an inau T.a ? ?n. totnmomit
Black Dore aitl Challius
v* andean] l< relict) on. If draw a Piiz, will
\ e'iil alvl mid you you
Viotei1)It' JOUD.S. rr.rin'4
Li* c1 arartr tpuWir print. H J.- tii Goo a, hi.taL W.tas. > t-rery Groceries.JUST
W5IC(1 l ia tl.u mark >t. ; Ps.plinsao'Ul.rLioes, pet your niotiev. The whole country is flooded wi'hliasnsa
; CaM-11 W powrrot Att .tmy* fi-r' tie rolk'-tiuti ,fnoncv Ui-abY iiil't Cu>Tt!:>:. l1ts.a.r.V.&stc, quality usually < :'Ii.I coLe.. ) Coluucrs ass.! Delain., !IlErniVIXt Tnt F'tr.LOWING : Lottery concc-rns. I ewre i>f tlMsui.in .
luiii Iii 1,. <'u<- !i.t :'.-i i term c.ffrrvi.-, < cuocr.uics; : &.-. S Is
Hvr ANP C'n-s, Qf: ts* Wisr. Scott Plajils. Order tile JlarjlanJ State l tterie,.
Cot L E. hlst1'tit*. ..f M-mti.ll.! ,. FI.IViliiin: T. Ctujti-. lliai.. 1 .lava Coffr' j Atfl4et $ au ) llouta1.a ii*. S ('fLAi' ff5t!:: 'l"J! 'I: ( ,j17Y. S

Cat| tit-r. "f %V&ikvea1i. ha.. ai.d t i.iysI:, &zs.I Boon AND SiioM. CciLcar. I'.ti,o.- ., On ckcd GranniatcJ A Figttrol IK Inins at all priet*. ; S MICMIlfLNT MIIC.XCMarylani

BO fc Bht. nnUclimtlj mn'l .I! !>y < <*.. i tn.iy f 0033352.2132 Curriit-: Bn wn Snar, O LASTS* I;>.tra Fliir.Bew| V.'beat.) ] State Lottery.

feet In* J'*isrn*. S.iulSi.i.Ui-i ie ah..t.t :;i ;o.r. of VlXr | AllS I P TF.BC iFK.ITIE iai'tji: Barmi Si.e! clew and Sundries : j JL ll.nint Vrn n, CLASS 1I

ratLot liunspc1 z4io.sldero&co.ts4vt.aLily knuck- Tricl Applt-, ; ribtwd, }:nth, ; Crapes, :'B.fliiK-t, Delt, twl Tiiro- Gveben Cutttr, ,
Liieed.as.Ieili aissq : : SCOTCHVHIKKY.: Citn *e, i; Sugar Cared Ham., Clock Silk VVlrct. ; ruLer PiUmuM. i Puwdcr, Sii-.t and Cap, Tt4ra t In Kjlinr.rc atur.Iaj, August list, ISfiS.IS .

JOhN A.SToremb A few httlidrc.! l.a,hvl* l'.r.a! OATS. 15 l'si-1iits: En li U Dairy Cbeetc, ; Pork, Lard, &e, .. Ru.nM.; Rl'k cuTJ Silt Fringw, J JYvlrtt lUk Ptitarii.Pn bras 0 RilMt in vacb rat-Luge of 2d Ticket, '

;. 1is. 4 Florida. Botit tint SI' M -S'lil low l I."> t.t :: e.X.ixvntl'cr G l :;. K.*. 41; i ; I Mackotl in U t- 1 raIse of ... ........ 10.0.0. 1 a.oo.,
t'etber with ( uitt. Pale Stop in Itf. A flns Tnmmm-s. 'Ta; --ll Helton. I .... .. .. ... II.fi.t, I LOS'I
Notice to S qr. Silt & XVorsie-l <;alo<4H. lifk A roTd Dress Battens, Cau-Iy. Nuts and )'ICLLIIs, S ............ fot.I I 20o)
PreEmptor.T Tax Collector's Sale.'ILL -.tI'r, French Eacnie au ]l li. iL' Vosrr Notsoss.Cuuttt Sp rn, and A.Itinmantirw Candle., SIluridt I ........ ... at.i aurrica..r.. .. t.iJ.SI.

> ilirq.etion fr-mi tie) (''.., :tt-loto ir of tli Get I-- M-iil; A frtiall but coiup'ftc a4>nm ;ite'ut of grit'l Liqm.re, : S g liuLl, a ........... auw., 2* ...... fiSI
17 \ \ t.r >t.tr. ( .tt% and l ir..a> ... ... ... ." 'r .... .
) oral Littol .f 'j.... ii.it in- jm! <-i>v t'i\ -i, host S \ tjix.-s. I Ir !-:>>. I'ff rf tIw C..:,rt Iome di-nr. ratMir.Vitif4, ISrantiie.. Gins, (lIuQMHi an I Skirts AViae and CWr Vinegar, .. ......... r.'t.'I ii 400 4. SI

t tin co, ,susiwrsI) ...ci .o.i .4 Inn I vitli'ii) ti; in tic- .-it\ of Taii.lii': ( o. w tin, 1-iral l-tur ii., PLiiiy.! ) 3Z.4Kd1abal* \Vh *key, Ci'ltt, Lutuknt IV.r- Hoops : Suor U ttlcs and niaddrCitiuti I .. ......... ',5.I ius; jisu tI

anti fiflwii milituii! ii the Fi iri.t 1 Uiiiirtl., tl.< M' ti tm* i.Iow-! tor ail! Jewries Smrkliii; Alo. ..tia.. Crown Pt.tstliM. ;O.*.ent .* Skirt. cut! Currant., Smp and a.rrk .... . rn.s.6.05., ts at ,..,.,.. n SI

Klorula. A'Uiit.r.1 (i.:lf <*, ti'r I Kiiroml.! aril I tt.tr ms laiw!*, luni* witimi tin- <--niil\ of( I,. .>r:. t.. wit -DRY fXHiDS laxtttko.I; Stn-1 Skirts, jCrmUi ilauiusoral Slirts, V..LDCl&CO.Oet.Ul. j 1 -.-.. .. .. to.s) 1.lti nsI

.wan.lii! A < r''i.rit Ktili.-iii -til.r.. ::r.r, i-tor-! Th.- S V. *' .,i' :N K: 4, .,f N-rtion :j3. 'I i .,wn.-li,> 1. li_ Ki-rfti-v*. Ostmbtti N",fif.-ri.-ia i'luins.Vuol an to .'lui'-Mi:!. -. sti. uu us ju.J Pti ii MHi wlm $tt6l'rZss..am000hSna to..ieusi.ooo
pr cutrj. S 1. X A We --tit.iIiijt,51! aero mui<* ur It"n- Blanket, itThsi tie L%inee, Camlir Mantles and Cloaks :
tare m-tt-.l! ,111vn -.-<.(i>nr ..f Inu'l 'itliiti thir rV .* kiK L. C. S raiktt. *10. 15.1... t:,. ( Uai'tt" If.t': FightS. $I.2L
Jiam. I) > -n. E.MILLY.
CasLttsert-s. Silk"l; ATwc .l, liiiii PIiwli Talma! .( '..l..r.l! Cfc! ,
or flftrru ihiitllaiit- i,f thf *|NV<- c vti'i i >ti, Ast,, Certificate ul 1'arkazr OC2 Wh,At*.JlW.OO
l Kentucky >Antique sir do. it.! ,. 2fi llalrr.. 79.f
lao lht-ir nairirf. utiiier ti.-)
< <-54r.- t<> wrure -- *
JH< tiugs. Auitncnn & Trvut &Print IJ.iuil. --. ..ZtjOnrV >nt il iIantks _i. 1 liujrui, Lot, S'-rrws ar.d Curp iittr* Tool, .Io ,tt. t.; ( n.nvci. ... .. ... .. 59,0di.
enqitiufi met of itb Svit file S AN tssLLEr -ot1MrNT or ,
riiitiTi tliirtr \
.tt-rlsrat.Hy taVWMiit ifrotn ;>\ ? OM 1G. 1S5S. 42 5r
tkr Jut -of thw Ihrficr. Mill t.trttv* up amiouk SIX ti!ts and Shoe, ... Laces and Embroideries : HAVANA PLAN.
.. of Richard It. (.Vc! (7 tr..Iine G. C1 1 ,
within twels- mouths the S
p.tvment tsnedate. -ALO '- i iJ ,
Valoncierose Colurs auJ M..u.uuu.g Cull' & Slcrt-a, New Hats ___ ___
---S ;
1h. whit t ,. s10tt1vsinslt Lerealtor IateJitioranscounty. Floii.la. dva!>e'l, I aiailn < t.' JIL-S.-H an 1 Chil Ir.-n Si! and Duots, ka- Iriif'i '
( m nt final sg-c.ut.ts with the s.iiJ Estates to Slctvci. ,l T" AW.K: It i. .w ..|M-tii :: l>y PStet Thi* i* f/.e oMntvJe nf 1)ro.-ioq-Prke. tn ruV'hetl
1 tIe ije | u.y
: tU ikcaratury ai4 L'iH'l and .
nf trtr qualit
rcquel r ;; Collars !,lcr\t- EuuII-ls! an.l Freiieb Ru.lionuton .,- '
; J DEXX'lS ami Ticktt ia Prize .
W. I.. : CO. anolher-L'very
mtliai uwia' "T1*prew-ribed by law. lie lion. Court of Prolate ol ssid county,. and l a.k .1 i i: tJtf'lVH
tbe "
fwre 9' Cidkisff and Ccn's Jrr Gdods.Pants liriti.lrlir.-s
tAMBAWMaster's the Said eiNirt for a (ii.. h* rz.- iitNU my a'nsiu.tra.! Oct 16. ISiS. 4':.' S OHt.reitr .
MarnciUe White aol l colored
t rliip .brvf, a.ror.iutg to law. ASA MAY. i iiS. -Ckitit, Doe Skin, Csimcre ao.l TweeiU, DiniityUneu S \T\Bii is mu wrrnorr AST Bna'cTW

-- 1 \OVCIM1 i), I 47-4'in C at*- .U>. d',. .1". do.V 1L.u.>!It. W. L. Dennis & Co., Maryland State Lottery.

4wnalhvilc. Fla.. 5Ur. f 1". 4'-3V 'osto- iii! Plain. S.-., cli, Satin anti Silk,
) Fall: Winter Clothing V l. in Store, :i lot of Salf. FL-ur, Setrs, Rice EXTAIl CLASS 9.Toletlr
I rifitr'l irt --MvritMK*. Last.1a' Wool l, >ilk Cotton. UA .
Land for .Sale. \ > S ami Coffee, which we tilf.-r !. r fur ea,h. cottimr
Sale lash UIMHWI Sltirta, Culieo and Cottwi Shirts. ?V HATS. CAPS, e-:5: Country Produee. ii in Baltimore, ML,Saturaay, A 1l4S
fur calf t'.e' t.il..wing valuable! tract of *- 4 Prize Ticket
rvT-TKR Pure Flax, MarM> and Linen Slut Dowxni, Ji KOOTS A.ND SHOES. 2D.1 Ci I 40,600 I
2:;, lR. HO
FIRS JJO.V/M 1- ia J.I.VIM US', 1S3 Ar 1 *! '- ';. --' '. ot SOC 33. TIKI. X an.1 W, about !' Cravat*-Plain, black and fancy Silk. -Stapic and Plantation Goods : Ll..yil. S'pt. \Ve T\6cl l call particular attention to the folloirint;

| > Y viitwof a 4hti10 l itt CJian.*crr n. Loon Cir S 14".rrTto ]1..l: i .djoir.-tlic TalULa'M-e IVpH Jt.tT 4- ( ':IIS'. r.lu.kct. ll'nnt*. Cash Advances pIciKJiil ehrce, a package of 1C whole tickets

I J etsit ('unr(. in a r-rtaincnu-o, vt&icjn) Mr.ttlw.rM on tin North.S A oo.l l asy-irtmont of getitlemens'& toy*',last atyles.l j Plantation 1erseys. ,tiiirlatns, \l ADE t>n COT! OX thirj. d to om Friends iii SS C'jstJiij only b0-ar.l rry other ticket hIeing
n i
..*cl M c. r >lainaii-. aol T. Lau IJt lon and 1 Au .-L John tis diawiil.e! 1'nze irLcther odd
If. llix,. t ai<- .!.-i.i'aitt-! I will fitS ale, Capital or
lh ExINe X and W, *'mtairing 273 c-re.. i... ; All ul whioli we < Jufu:- s..l.ut pic! :o aria -' An| CT.Kcks, LIoid. Sept.) 23. 1S5*. ;5V .
t <- ltislHbid.Jrr br casli. bof.o U. -Ciinrl l ,u-e tho Ka t b.uik >f tbe tvli'ikn** river. i -iiii thtt dtjfK-t.- il arnl sauJy conclrion of die Uhi Dt-nir.., TiJs SatineO t l-u- eviii.1W

i dot* *Jauuurt in iiic,i-it\t>i.a<.( la.4.&lI4M txituin f. wti llj.- Ir1t 4av Mutniar Mvria AnvK 4 of S E J < f S c *, T 1, R 2, >* *-ns* *(uou.It.n< Crp. -iK-rtfully.. S "0ktaw } trtJSt.. j tuvkjr Jvaiw.Plakli. "W" L. Dennis & Co, I L'rlof.JGtu0)S rtLNbIo scurMr.4 Appxiruto.oI SI
t.: r" neat Uiisovs
YRE. *l riztl itr Lt'avi E, eoiitaiiiinf 80 arres. JiiNAUiJJlT, OUMO.ND A (0.111.wrtwt )4dawk : in St.r. O.-nibnrc": Kcr'ey hknlc-U ......._..Ii..aP) 4 .___ soo
Ffcu O-t. 2. I v8. 40 ] Marilir.sih a Wiutte an.J Re.) flume!., HAVE 1 ........ .. ti'o., 4 .. 64)I
:h.- u< rth 'l.i..u! ; : of tlsdetsrTa:1aL.5. A UK. in Gadl ,.oaat.. the S E J aird E f of S l (}lsis'w (lingltata liatsrint ami Lope, : f-i-riH": and M.irtiwr-,ormi0vb p. I IL a .5 -. 14I

( : -. W i .,f S<-.- S3, T 2. K 3, X acu V.', H. :;-j .... ...... tJ0() 4 ----. aiI

IIU ;H Ma i iAUM jtR.eteived .......... ie.HuI
AlU.ilEH. i
: : :ss Chancry.o'em1ier7 Fiaimebv II.l.rv's.! ...
lork ] For sale ; .... .. I.st8 .IO
1s. 4 S hi MadUon e-mnty, S W J. Sec 20, and X niit trig SAMIS'fr'.tss '- per I>D'U ami ili'ie li>nitM ti WaadWu4NE4i4See9 Abi.E4oS _L. attasn&r (s AL\ ESTO.V from A Otlesias.Eusit ii .. .. Isectin. I illdrilwar TVTAILS, Hollow-ware tu i Iron, ). . ....ao
i *V 4t h 14i.( Kcc 20. in all SiS\ \\. 1 DEXXIS d C Land aio.BY EIotSt-c3tsand gneeLoat, Knrfiu; v !-iTirk ''Iron. .St. .! rt'i.J Jail*. 1 .... .... .. inn sI
; MO acr', all b T 4, K 4. S and E. ;,*U* Buttvr. j jXm Extra Re-Linde g"T.UibUtl L. f. \UL ONS Lki\d.Srp :5. 1SS S9: t- .... ...... IIN) ) Sa
Tirluc of ..U.M.f his un. J. Wa Vs P.a-
a > .... ... .. 2"Ofs ..Ia
ALM ii Jjoa (c.'untv on Oi'ipfJa Wrcr S \V J-, in litt Skte awl .
lsc-ierc .l 3BY
| I 18. 1S53.
pt. For sale !
Ju E Vi' Soc''u. E of X W S. eJ6..
See4. iJJ i der.-i ,
Cbevec S S
IjiKi Dinry : ?o 0 '* It are .200,000TTbMe
idss a iu tiie of aol Wife versus "
car.ee Tli.in.pn E of S E J, See 2;;, ail iu T 4, U 4, X :..ndV, eon Citn.i ami Currant.S.s ar cured llama, EXPRESS \A7OOD and Wiilu-ar-vare asxl Crkery, lyV. TKkrU 410, Ihitci f.% Quarter |2.V')
AnaL Hitpkitos. Adsusitrator tlf t>"MH *wEotale i f ibt- S > > \ L. DEXXIS A CO.
t ioiti 4S) actcs litra Floor H-iirRnnj Rope.CAUUKLLd
V ., !L tin unutreisiisl llant ( A Manager OtrliBcatrs of fafkae 1 Whole, ber.peri.ons *
tif Zsi h irL: it!; .1. i.i> -
i Iccw Ll. d. So.t.t 18fS. 'J
vi 1 ,". jJ-lic to tbt'! Iih 'at bi.l.ltr f r > A LSU i'i Jaekwn coumly. on Ctfltlalwotbee *nvcr. lj : M.tXWELL.NovitruLer :L2'cm ),> _55F' f au.h Input U.e onr. will bi seat lie. ... .....?,|SOK
n r ;it p .if di llalrm. ito.
t'auI,. t tl>. iir; -t M'H i.ty iu Jaiinry:! ncxl. before j about MX mi-! above i:< jnws'.iun ilh Site Flint. T5 1t1)l'i Circular lLtgbt. -' For sale .(!... .50.* 1* <{iiait-nv low. 40 20do.
IaOfdaui.r | 1,055 aefts of nrfa It'Trr b.tiitt l '' -f itltI.oie *
(1 C.t -. in
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: : < >i :' riy < i ipWOLIKF.LY
Hire T >OOTS Sboca usiol Sadjtrv.
9 1u and 13. iu T 5, K 7, X and \V. Wanted to Black P-imb.: !!' .
!.- riU-i 1 U-ViiiMfT to f..i : ( at .. Oro de llLin J.I) \V" 1.. DENNIS A CO. : rl1e 3L.nogera have been compelled from the nu-
a.4 $ th- lxM'. tn-trit E ct S Wi. : Tlw- laudc adjoin Ito btmls of Ca'e'i Dlnod on NFASUOP-OYS, fr..ia 12 to 14
yii. :u 1 .iy r. : s
1858. 30 comphiltute mad to thc-m. of nnfat1tfuhet!
] White SikLaJit llOUdC*. IJoyd. Sept. 25. __ ; memos
rfSeU..- .'. in YOWI.I2} of Uaaee ?. X C8 100.rrr A. liOi'KINS JNEIiTGiMtiLE JR. 55. t -if: -* For sale !
usat tktg HI ; J/iiW'ii Trimmings (new stile) filling ..f oraLursto resume the corretpoixletiee bn-

Ad.iiiniktiutoi <2t< buiJa ns.Taflalsansea. i AW a. '.rae of 24'1 acres, Iji.i rnitlim three mile Virginia Tobacco FrencL Lice Circular Veil*. ) OPE, Baging and Ta in,. i it u1515 arid in their own name. S

ov 57, is-fi. 4 .'l..aid [Uailraad and ocie of SO acre*, at tW bead ,fnari ; IVIeiinsV, J \V. L DENNIS A CO. i iLb C2f" Order TiekfU from the Manager oolr.

I atiun on tbe \Vae.&r river; bxjrb all SCO*) ") rrP.OX ES of JIULLTXS' TOBACCO. jVt P.iri Maliii.11r .yd. Sept. 23, 185S. ill! > __ Address all letters to 11. FRANCE t C13jhimbrf /,

Ifotics.JrV aer $ : wUcb beslil sell at f 10 r CT acre, oat tLird IL U V.I rec.-jwd and fori iby! | al >ve Articles have Lcea this ]** rcccistl Md. -

>tTK w ckc af.or date, I ssal! !! p1 ly tb tie Uoo. .e.iljLeiaac.nnteauititWOotra. t tKOUEIIT R. A. SlUN'E.Jn, Agent. nml for a.le at 1.'. \VILSO.V3.: For sale March f.. 1858. Ifr-ly 5

Tbomiw J. Clw't.JuJge of ll*C. urt of Probate GAMBLE, JE Eitr.avO. November 1C. IRr.S. 4G S Nt.y mhcr6. T oS. 45 t FINE lot of Havana tegsira; and Tobacco.

s4J.fforsoa coaiity. f.-r ai 'rutT r.uJ ti -
J tlw *ale
U flt.oks. his ofsstJ p-untv.
wit: tV E: 4 .f ibe S W i.tlic W j nftba S W i, TMIE: sal'fiibrr, offer* fjr ailt. the ttact known as Inlia ee and \icinity; that l.. ha a fo
nn Monday, the Cth day of Dee mb r.

slip 3, f flog S, N ii i- E.enutainin 21W acres mere 1 TalUUassee. and! co'it iimc960aere of ahsch! al ct i iiOO rtasoa-ible piic-es. She :* M-o [ spared to dj all 6, 1S5S. 45 _[ hoOKS, ioclu.Iitut all thtt reccist t j I IpubieatLnus. ie.M.trt; the bighsat bidder. Ufire lbs Court boco

orlesst.be K 1J to pa v Wrf* f nuj E-.t.sso. arcclmircd. tli! i jiljiititijut-i adutirvtly wtt.-r cl, kiads uf MILL1XEUY at fliort noticeund reantiabe! j both Enlolt: and Amen door in the cit) ofTallahanee. to-wit: Lot No*, (ft

If A5CY 1>. HUOOKS. \Ti.U-sr anJ AJt'x.of and ie U..,. i5 the iKiot doriiable: Irrc!* in Middle terms: antl solkiu n liberal shire of patronage. O.der .-- can bor.iul in evtry rar-.y of tjle. Gift Books and! I aril 7)) six arid sereI. quarter of Section (1 8) efgJtwn. .

aul Jaiac* U. Hrtx- dceet. rioridj. For particulir. apply to SLjor float will be recei* ed at ils. A. F. iliLttaV, uoitb of Annual in Snjrf-rb biiwlm nn-1) a large ut>pr! of inTowiiilip I 2. Ranj 1,. N A W'. near like

November 27, 1 SI S. 4S-i'v GASTBLI-. it Tiil'alb.e tic Female AeademT. Bibles awl l-rayer M. LOUGALLSt IIOLSV.uvember Jackson, in Ltou enonty ; ouuUinini i'j..cjet nor >

--- ce.ALLAX.VACFARLAX.: Xorembcrji. 1858. __ 45 55 -__ A Gift with every Book, _\ C, 1853. :45 .___ j '.r lout. TIESS-One-half ra-l lind the baane! on

SYRUP & POSEPLEXlYgw Xuv.C... ISiS. 47-tf S S I 12 ajuii'.lii credit with 8 per cent interest
For Sale WOHT:: > ROM 25: 4ETM 10 100.Ol'R I Stationery.
ft. B. hILTON. )
lI3 ARIIELSO37 1 fez Cash.C subscriber oiTVrs for sa'c his EXOIXE, situ new dfwriptjve ratMnjrne if 61 ncIay.u pay l lS .RICH. SAUNDERS Cctn&
Silks at : THE S3 horse -r iaIarK at Ct-ntreviile. It is a paw nvonihpr 6. I88. 45-4].
en.l Mi! :.ncoaB variety of Letter. Note Le al Bill
1 T\ \ [. rifT9l.H cu1iu Srecs nf FAK- Mill attached. A\ Mandar.! Hwtrtri'al. Ch-gniphirfti cry Cap. Cap j -
Ergtne. vitb'asiTp-ii.> G-i4 x>b* Itan that tif any MJ.T! book rf'.nj csUHUhmi-nt and Folio Poet. Indies Bath gilt and uogiit and Commercial -
iCV SllJIi Oi .t f. Cash. C nii.zot |
at >: ; : 51tI15 and in.uf Knento thane
;vczt 1 EL crezlar ao sn-I all the flt't0t8 tT pu. In tlie cmmtry; abn eonuinn crt-aler X.'t., Uu, whit and assorted colors, Gold Pens.1 .
Wiurranc'l to toiLteriOr boFt otftreO. tn-tittdfrt* to any itttirt every j i. 0
Kobe* a Quille, i F ayadinv Stripe*. lie& It I. of IlnUeyt tit ske sm] !
JSYiUPani PORK RAIRELS ftJ l- Taut, Srn-1 t'tr a Ca.tbae. *;yle and 'iz *. Enrel >pcs to suit.cDOt'OALL. j T "VEKY K15D, with atxIwitbmttbaodX4.
t .4 Lii e. l'hU nJ s4rpJ to EDnC; in the Southerus enonIrT. CO.. TuUUJier
LSO0O5C Tiinc/ no a- w. rra>s. f F.VAXS i i UOBP.Y. 111 n-wire.1. MrIOUOAJ4i
44 Volant J IL C. WILL'IAMS.OA.lt Bn 1 New Tort ttt..t.igtu.1 *
?. SS t. M. FiT..N. f >a ay
S A LT, at LA PD'S, X.wrxct, Its.Xor.il. S vL9. ;. i-.z tLia-.32 %ve'tbr ti, It&tf. 13 t NorriIcr 6, la1s. 4 __ ,
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the Floridian & Journal :, NEW GOODS I 4 HOURS Lands for Sale. WILLIAM\ I P. SLUSSER Tallahassee Real Estate
_ I. published! every SATURDAY, by : -AT THE- Andrew S. Oar and, others, 1 Sttef Flotir TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.MAMKACTCUER FOI SA LKIN
i Middle Circuit, |p.nl'lInee *facf ne f.I (le IJ.n. J. VTjiIe
_ T.YMC3 S. JONES .V CHAR K. DYKE j ASHJ STflftE \ -1 Lewis Curti k X.1t'1 Tliurslon, )V ca Leon County. : or COVPEBTIS: SIIKI.T: : r.ul..r. Judge of the Middle Circuit of Florida'in

/ Trustees of ( Apalachk-ula | In Chancery. luox WAKK, WHOLESALE AM> RETAIL : ChIIICtry t-itting. w ii1IJ e H>ld <.n tie first M<-may!
_ At Two DOLLIRS in ah'l.u e.
per annum TALLAHASSEE; l C Land Company and others. J : DKAI.KR ix Pi.4ix, FAM-Y AM JAPANNEIWABK. ) {the sixth day of December next at the Court-house
in Tallahassee, Tow Leer Nou 118. North addition '
i 1 .
TERMS ADVERTISING. PURSUANT to Decree rendered in Ida cause,
-0- MILTON A CIAT'.IOOCIEI', JL the rub_cribi-r 1 of Tjillnh>"e'; being the lot on which the }lhodu
will sell the
| auction at
One of 12 lines .'r itz,. first insertion, $I 00Profession'an a LATEST STYLES by pIneec : Stove Ilrad-Qnarlorf I'r..tt'ltallt Church i* situated.
square .
ench nt 60 rOt S. Mail I Line nut ti tie* herein specifird. :11 the IHIH'S! behHiginjr I SPLENDID of C. kinff. Parlor
.bsequ U. to saiit l .Tit J'rr- \ assortment TERMS :One-third cash, the balance on a credit
1 Business Card inserted at?I IlIl per j FALL AND WINTER ," anti Coi'.p.iny fmbraet.J l'dJ -A and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness of OIKJ. two and three jents. the purchaser giving
rlit't. lying in the orunhes! of Lean, Wiiktilla. .
an.- omi-Wo1.1y ; 1 Gadaden and Liberty viz the the and durability at reduced price. nr.tf with sppr vtsl security fbr the deferred pay-
: lying in -
Advert sements not marked with the number ofinsertions -- o- Lcnre .Iil10. and Friday's at 10 first two named -umies ) be l.n.l fit TALLAIHSsrr Out boor Work.Rocifinjr. flier?.. together wi'h a mortgage on the property and

accordingly.J will. be continued until forbid and charged SILKS A \I) IELAIYS'. (' [( a. n.1'uflays <.n (the .evenMi <((71h) day wi of D.!('ember. and)those Orrpmpnlal Front Head Guttering. Copper to ray for title detds.JfNIt'S '

and Salitr.day's l lying i the lat two, sold at QIINCT, on the and Tin Conducting Pipes. Sheet Lead SheeJZine. L TAYLOR, Sreeial Master. ?
Certificates of publication or legal or estate Poplins and MM ). (lothnnd (('lushing. /seres Chatlahoochrr Tuesday's i I : "ile ><:''*. 37
notices will not be giveu uutil the advertising fee i ispaid. Yal">ritias and Challip*. Domestics nn"l Piiiit", after the arrival of the Steamer f rum I j fuuiteenlh (llth) d.iy m\. Lead Pipes. Pat? lt Cistern Pumps. hop work LL1- -
Th -,e land, comprising about a million of acre, of dine at short notice.
ItitLuoe and I ercry variety Insolvent
Trimmings Liuseys and Flannel. TallaJias- : Estate Notice
and the
_ 1 Embioideries Rlank'ets Ajxilaehieola Stage from I j extend from (the St. Marks to the Apnlachicoli Hire ,
d In5icry. and K *, and Coiuilry :?lcr(-Iinnts
rsey City STATE 01rI.OIUlM. )
Flu. atd aa. .
Cloaks and Mautiils.!! Hats and sre, Bainbritl s; tlu-y exhibit every variety oftimber iDIenou'
"BLACKSMITHINGI! BOOTH Caps Ix rOOD Ttt'O-JIOKSE to this I.htuel indu.iini.C course live fak.eyprt'n. Are respectfully invited to give me a call befoie purchasing JEFFERSON: COrXTW. )
IUCA. cedar is l t the tlscwhere.J"f ) W. EDWARDS. Sheriff and Administrato
A.YI SlOES rf T1IS is now in first-rate The'tule an ; idaple >> growth ;
-o- Carpets and Oil CI.lbs. lion nnd Nail,. A srok LIJ been renewed with new and ( of grain. Cotton-long and chort staple, tobacco, end : ? N. R. All articles mnnukctuod frem tbe \ery .>. tate of John B Scott lateofJeftercni

'TOTWE! is hereby given thatIMSS Cornices and Cuitaiu!, Paints and Oils. able Hocks. Drivers are careful ash er(lu.1 mr.r.I accommodating. I slgar.cll. Tha waters abt.und in -h. and the for beet material and warranted durable. No otb art5 cimnty( ileeeaseii has filed iti the Prtv

1" the UKImSG Ik"l- Jardwart and Cutlery, 'Rawing and Rope Te. liberal allowance of b.igjnge! allowed I est with ni.-iU-r'als for thivbuilding| and nival ftofe ]141 xi ill be offered for sal?. bite ,'ftu-e of Jefferson county a written smrgeslxmthat

will be continued heretofore Ciockfiy nUI G IJs,w'are, S .It and Fish. to each passenger. TERMSOnethird of the, purch.i'e money to October '.'0, ISZ3.WlnesSyrups; 42 1 I'e bh.-vi-s the E,t. te of Jvl.n B. Scott to botin"olt"f'l

at tbe OLD STASD of D. C. WILSO*, in the j ; L paid in caJi, the balance in Ole and two years, l :

name, style aud firm of ;UJCRJUJ8'/FRUIT.A .1. 0 ENTS in 4-rjual instalments with ight per ('lt. intert't ic. Theri-fure. notice i ill gino to all persons having

;P general asnoitment of the ai"r.articles now cain At Milton, J*.. A. CHAFFIX, frol, t,of purchase ; titles to be made bv the Re- Otard Brandy, Sparlcl.ng C Jcr, claim a-jainst ail| Estate, t a appear and file tbe

{ H. B. Fitts &Co. in:; into Store 8n.) offering at Geneva, Ala. W. I.. Ctivtr when all (the pim-hnse. money !b piiJ. OLD. Port Old Port Juice same 1\itb the: Judge! of Pn.bate of said county. no
: :Ios&o. will .itive and without or before r the 24th day of January next whets there
The sale be
CASH PIIICES J. W. | jx- reserve.
Campbtlton, Madeira, ] indy Chieriieu i ,
Grateful for the patroi.age heretofore extended! them, 10 I\l I SKIH JOHN I Receiver, Ac. > "ill l-e a pro-rata cli trillJti'n of (lie funds b.lot,gtng
: j .they ar" now better prepaicd I, aud determined U : YOU C.\5I OU ITS nQUIVAI.ENIS : ran"a I). COL.VX. Tallahassee, August 23, 35jf i I Sherry, Gelatine Preserved: j; to sail! E.tate. amongst the creditors thereof. at
| Quinces,
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which time the 'lIi.1 B. W. Edwaul will
1 SPARE :SO PANS cor.vntv i'ioaucc, Passengers taken through with ccilainty, j i ;The following; pipers are requested
secuiify, and with ('iiflfit.oio. I the I.'reg'mg once a week until the 7th day of D,- Yeast Powder, Taraarinila, 1 x
1 on their pnrt to accommi dcta aU who may favor i : D. FIShIER, Prot.'r. and Coi.V. i ceml>er next aol end bills tn the Receiver :-Montgomery : Spani b Olives, Spices, .

: tliwoi) with their patronage, t : rnhttJcii1c: Izer.EOR.iE June 12. 185S. 21IfPLANTERS' Adverti an I Ci>nfe
-SUCH AS ( i: \V. SCOTT. Times tt Sentinal ; M.in Telegraph: ; Augusta Constitutionali Worce!tershire y!ue>, Salad Oil, :-gm -

Horse Shoeing, Ironing; and Repairing Sept. 18, I*.:*. 3b HOTEL3Tallahassee t ; .iv.innih Georgian and Republican[ I Ensrli'h Mustard, Caper, PiantatiQnfor,
CL.i'ltoii and Coot icr Journal
Merci-ry: ; Claret,
Carriages and Bug ft ; :;ITU.TED ID Columbia wuntv. State of Florida
RICHARDSONiri.xii ; Raleigh Standard ; Rickmotd Enquirer; Tnll.iha AMES A LIVELY.Jar.ua l..
j gics, Plantation work of 1.\ IJ o >see Sentinel : Newpoit Tunes J-iiney Republic 5 lSG.S twenty four miV, South of Alli-ator.: It rousi*.*

i I Fl ft' Culumbia Smith CarolinL-n, .1tl New York _IJ :_ ____ __ _._ __ of Con I i.t.dred a. res .rfil.tI \1"rI1 I Clay Land.There .-
dncri'itian, \ t ;
etrry LINENS are all tire scary Holdings the place! ;a great
JIilllrol1S and repair* same, Ironing'a\ \I DAMASKS' DIAP.ms; & YJ'IIE n :crIr.ulr poftfuly! ii.f..rmL Jotrnal; Commerce. Livervand Sale Stable. many other improvement- been made and a put

gone owL Carls, \: ( :ONSl MERS of HI
ADd iu fact every other disciiption of woik made of -. ceiroul ot obtaining:the itrnmue poesi. .hould : ';.vc wvllLnswn [HOTEL \iiilbe opened l the : ON T11I I ( .1 ice that lie lies the Land for man and ben-t. (;Ut1 title will! be

lien and Steel nil of which, we WARRANT, aDd pledge! fee lie t.e articles they IUca'l are sealed \rlih secun-] day of .\u"ii-t next. lie invites tile atten : RAIL ROAD. chased the> Livery Stable:purq (.f_(_ given. There i i" also Tract of ,.d Hamirock adjoining -
notice. full name of the firm : lion of the its 1 the same wild can be ,'nyon.
ourtelres to execute at the shortest public to William II. Newsom, in Taluhnr.f! ,together with the p"rdlll.f'll.
H. B. FITTS & CO. .': ltCl.I'S, os .OW4N.; Facilities for their Accommodation.It "ttLy'- good will of (the rstablicrT.iei.! anti Plat ito i i'l now wishing to retttr in this County. wouKI! do writ t<>
Feb.2'1 H' 8-ly as a the I "i'c me a call. as 1 will p.ve: a bargain in my pac! ..
guarantee oul.be* arid durability of the b.in in the immediate vicinity of the must desirable -,- prepared to carry on the business in all its I.ralt.'he.,
;information be
Goods.: Any ( can given, by addressing Ole at
and the with uccomnnxiatioinin
promises public good
United States Mail Line This Ct'.1'o0 is rendered necessary as UIHIJOSS poitiou of the city. proseuU LEAVES FE R X A X DJXA DAILY, his Hue on reasonable term Tu lhnngg..e.l'.O. Columbia counts East }lniii.C. .
elti"l' SUPERIORto 11. W. COLLIS5June
lar .
i ; quantities of inferior Linens are IYIJ'CRJ/R\1S I (SUNDAYS EA'ChPTED.) r.rCH.r.D SAUNDERS.
prepared, la8\1 after F.a.OI and sealed with the the traveler of business.or pleasure, and M un ur- Sep. (.. 1806 SO 19. hiatt. 55j .
arrival: of Sttamers from Charlcfton srd: CRvann.di --- ---
NEW ORLEANS: TO KEY WEST i: name of Jielnrl/"m. by Iri'h Houses, who, regardless passed in all its appointments fur the enjoyment of I! ON connecting at Calluhnn. with Stage for j Notice."V :

0 -\XD- consumer of tl.and injury manufacturers inflicted alike on the Anu-ii.-aii EASE AND COMFORT o t 1F LUXURY OF | Trader's Hill and Ctr-.treviihe: (!a. ; at n..M"in with FULTON"FOUNDRY, I, "V i ii hereby given tint six months after
of the ;
INTERMEDIA'IE FROIUDA POUTS I readily te abandon, ) business.genuine' Goods> GOOD LIYIXG.Kr : Stale for Tallahassee ; at Tiail Bridge 'with Stage li d.ite, application will! !>- made by tho snb criI .
wilot (.tIt.ihule. Ta11ahnssoc F1a.r"HE .
1 I" I for Middleburg and at Starke with Stages fer Newnanville ,
I to the Hon. Judg< of P"ltt" ssf Leon ctiuntv,
j Lilt purchasers ( U- i.nposed on with of < HIS TERMS arc MODERATE. !
Uo 3 co ( iaiiis\ill, Micanopv, Flemington, 'ad
STEAJEISAJIEL woilhe! characttr. I UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform tic 1 f>r a final itt.h\rg as administrator and admmi

J., !BULLOCKE J. B. I HOWARD:: FISIIEIl.July Oiala.LEAVE! .l_ public that they Lave oti.itfd *b-mselves in !' Iratrix of the Estate of John Tatnm, cl.'ea-e.l
>OK J Agents.
30 31, 18C8. 31-tf Starke I'aily! (Sundays excepted ) on arrival |I I business, under the name and) stile of JOHN R. LLOYD. AdmtV.
.. CI.uel t, New Yoik cl Stages, and connecting at Feruandina with
-' --- --- -- PHOEBE 11. LLOYD, AdmtVMay
I 18, 1858.
I TilE SOUTHERN i Spl : ) i Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, ou Monday, j Cardy, Baya & (0", 29. I SOS. 2-:-6m

"s SELECT SCHOOL. .- fEliTfSTRY. Tuesday, Wednesday and Ft ithay. for lie purpose of following (the trade Touiiuirs and -- -

Steamshipg Company i SUBSCRIBER beirs leave to inform the c-it- DR. I A. II. COLE:, Srpt.May Machinists, and are prepared to execute all kind!* of Notice.SIX .
TIE \fILL continue in future, the 1, 1S5S. 18 \ I
,ifTnllahjui-e ) vicinitv, tint th pr8e work appertaining: to this buinei Steam Engines month after date shall present my final no
OF XUW OKLEAX3 1fIS .aU : exer '
r ticc of DENTISTRY in -
'iC of his SCHOOL ill be resumed South, fnrni.-hed to order and warranted to give aatisfiction.Sugar and vouchers to the Him. Judge of Probate -
taVeu the wail contract for al>ove ports, on MONDAY, Georgia and Middle und East I VVLUAULI: i
HAVING the 4th day of OCTOBER :. lurhla Mi'iN and I Castings of all kind n'ade w ith Jefferi'ti eonnty a* ninit-trator exotEcH
) two first da Sea Steamers rcgulailytwice I The- studies will embrace lex the 'I He h.H bad several years practical experience in the I Cotton Plantation neatness and dispatch. Plan and estimates furnished of thrt Estate of rb!ha Wade. late of aid cmintr.deceased -
luth, inert ins in the Spanish Hole on the : Ancient Lan a tn Mathematics.: Xatuial .,detces thule I' of all kinds of Machinery and EII inl'er1nc. They : and aI-I. for a li'cli.trge from sail
15th aaJ *9th, and leaving the same: evening.. j dents "i i!|! ce piepared to enter' nl.1 EnglishT! :. lll- '' sections cotJn'ry. His;Worlc! }hi:of the nist> beautiful or.1.1OO" A!'It EX. inJEMERSOyfO., FI..I. \: lire also sole agents for Hoard ct Sons Steam Ein.iussfor 'I tion.)1.( ANDREWS, late sheriff ami;

THE STEAMER SP11A 1" : had considerable exiienee in e.ll'g the Hating and! durable character: and eatUfactiou i is guaran- : TOGETHER KH> 118 .s'A.I I I'ES 11111:1.I I Ginning Cotton; Grinding and Sawing, and llar- administrator 'x v-y.*

'will leave New Pot in the morning! aud St. Marks hopes by zeal and close teaching slLrbr tte.11 every instance. OX J.'t ('j.l 'Hlfffi J-ARJI/Mf IJf- rUon's Grit Mills for steam or horse power.JOSEPh .' June 5. 18i. 23-fmi
the arrival of the Cars from Tallahassee, I (enersry attention U tho All communicatjou! ernt to MonUcello Via. iiill i I'LEMbSTH: if ioi''T'v''', j CARDY -
terminus on If the sch-H I ,
JtIU > -room, t olfair a share of .
taking mail. pass"-ng
from the Stcauur,and returning in season for the af cation can be obtained at this lc at will permit ; "nESUrSCRIBER3U-ing anxious to effect a I IJ. JOHN CARDY. months after date. I hall prefect my final

tem'l train. intituli"l in the Stato. 8(101 a any other j j .. ,Iin'ivn of their joint l'roperty.localed as above, j May 30, ':i. 22-ly and voucher to the lion. Judge of Probate

The travelling public can now rest aspired that this i To Gentlemen in the tide isls ol in: i i: REXCS : have concluded to offer the same at private sate.- I of Leon count. a* administrator of the Estate(
desired and aUttnpted 1 communication residing country, > \ of Richard Regan, late of said county deceased J, Vmg futpiently (iffy,s more than ordinary; ljcer.ients, as the, subsciittT t GOT. M. S. PtKRr. Florida. The E.tate contains about OO acre, which can bediiided .zETNAINSURANCE an
to and from the above ports is in ucb hande a designs pa)iug'the I 1-tosi.JLSewtaii. ) I IHox. I, ir.lu 2 or 3 tracts of ample size, according to I for a dicharge from said administration.

to.vairaut permanency and euceess.I : the speedy and thorough advancement of thioe P. E. LOVE, [TI.mI\.a: ? r j the iews of 1.Il1}erst The lands are equal in value I CONPANY E. (I. GRISSETT, Admfr.

PJIsn'er luxins: slave servants must Ire to I desiring to ; commercial pursuits pii- I HON. \\:. S. J l ,I to similar lands: in that Slit?. Resides the lands! I June 2t. 1S58. 2J-fim*
pi1 el. -- -- '
Scaring theta at the Custom ll 'use, !jt(".re goij.g <'H .i.c being thcapor in rates than any sdtool in t I HJT! V.-. r. fILWORT.lA"ITos, )\ Moolwlla, Fl.U : there are 11$ slaves anti tio usual quantity of mulc, I OF llAR1'l'jJiiJ.I_ I i; Notice.SIX .

;I tcard I. pLcc. laciiiiueliou( wiih the school! a class for J. horees, hogs, cattle corn, foddi-r :. We invite proposal I +
'1 5 Also: look after your Bjjrgage youreelf. ROOK-KEEPL\K lo:_ E. C. Pope kGlu. [f Ma.laon.Ua.1 for the wllll'e property in gross, but \\8 nill i I Incorporated illl 1S19.Charter Prrpdual.0 !. months after the frst publication of this I).
to sell the 13nd in such sele.-t ., the undersigned administrator of the Estate
IVrfuithcr paiticul 're Apj iy ( WHIT SMITH. Fix i parcels n- buyers may I
will be and I a thorough practical course of I >EX. [ Al.igator, of John BurgdortT de'Cast.'J.Ja! !? of Leon county -
DANIEL Asen!. Cpent't Apt il 25! '57. 17 after a tiewin llain. TIle slaves would He sold withor ) i CA \I'I'I.\Lt-SltOOOOOO. :[
I.\DO. I etu-lr pur ueJ. Students in this branch i iberemiiedd.iily will h t final aecuar.f to the Judge cf Pro-
New Pott Fit. July 28 \ "i I ithout the lands, n" mi:ht be agreed on ; but present
1.1857. I to write out business l.'Jsl'KE AOUXSTJ.OSS AX I> \\f.\GKRT FIRE, bite of Leon county and ask to be discharged.
; trl1.cU.t5 P. B. BitOKAW'S. po i.>n cannot l lie given until the end of this )t'ar. I
Valuable Plantation t mid by this me.-ls hathl' nre opp\rhmih of be: ns tl.o imn*'"!? 'Clltull iron cannot be secured till ONTEKMS ASDCONSIiTENT AIAt'TEITO TIlE THE, HZ\ID LLWUI | JOHN D. REICHERT, AdmtV.

i coming intimately :arqu..iuted \ : (i tluit tirll Mar 2t. 188. 22-6m
SA ER.! p i
I cratiou as well as tLiorv of tliii ----- ---
pur ; in>iK rlajit
th In the absence of the undersigned, E. C. Calwll,
61b \ It C. LEWIS? :
J : on the ir io: their j"iiit interest jt- ; I Agent, -N tic-e
.[ purp..e f : j TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. : who will let urn from Europe on or before the PrstDivvmbor .
ta under-ijfiud! offi-rs t< r sale their ;, For Tallah.isfee and ricinitr.I .
tf ; 'rrR" s : -"w-v- ( Pronnetorwould in- next. an.I can then be communicated with OIX Months after the first publication of this itIJ
c Plantation kn.>"n :i-s \ kIDI1A. oituau-d aliuut uiuclilies ", "rJ"IF I A u JT ui I;. 11\7. __ __33_
and the I i Ancient Language Itllk and I lumber t Enst f
ih.isst-p '
I J, Tall: and ,St. Mark lying* d-blt1etD TdahnsseKiiiroad | Lllehcs r.-ISh, including Hx.Jc ;: pubir. that II.I.al rebuilt his to bis brother II. C. Cab.ll. Hq. or Messrs. GbddenA. i The Original Extra QualityCORN : lI( Antonio B>l"!o. ilecrd..fd, late of Leon comity(

I Phrla! Georgia five miles of tither ro3d l, and ( Vetping. per tessiou of :months . It r arge Brick Stableat the old stand, anti i! now A I'p"rsw, ol uichtnond V.i.i will present Iiifinal account and Toucher to (ll.o
t *-"i1i' there abunt-t'O' of which con-are i I Primary Brauohrs. Iu I prepared) to accommodate his (friends and customers i I PersiiRs dipi'.exl to purchase, eithei tl.e lands rrklftve I STARCH. Judge of Probate t>f said county an I'e dincharged. -

tilaiug2 PATACIE He also has attached to hi* Stables, Blacksmith *. ran cxiriiin them by calling on 31r. G. F. K. A. SHINE AdiuuCr.I .
-ieart". Tie, lands are a* s d as any in the coon HAL IS. AlttAVlC. i Shop< le willhare have done 1 good all kioiNofPlantation Morrr I tVe manager *f this estate, who will take )REP.\RED expressly f"t Pudding. Ice Cream I June 13. 1!5?. 256mNotice.
the location and the water the best this D.KCLATON.i I J Cake. Dance Custard (Pit' .
I try healthy Mange, ; l\irigee,
I hire hoeing.arid Carriage work in {'ensure Li t-howing them, and wiil; qivei any further -- --- -- - -
Bije of the "o'1Itaill. Upon the premises is a Any inrt1m\t"n! requin-d can I* obtained I.T 1 work. 1! information in his er. E. C. C.\BELL :'. Rt'reived fresh by AMES & LIYELY.Get. .
1 ap: the best manner and with promptness and $ post i .
pViitioii fr the snVrnU-r j very
GOOD BRICK DUT.LLIXV, at bisre-ijecce or at ci II. C. CABELL. ; 1. Ib)7. 42 i
ol Col. R. II. BLEBT. : patch. nontl from the tir- l publication this '".
tl.ree eto!let-high and corltininJ tlui teen large rooms. | t.rl Sept.. 1SOS. rc i j jI tExecutors' Novembers_ 1853.: __ 44 i Sept. 11, IC*. :i7-3.n: ; -- ------ S SIX uitdvr'igned Executrix of the List Will an; outhouses .T built in the mot u Florida Reports.I
The ore 1l1. I, testament f Dmit-II. llouck, ileceased. lde..C Leon
substantial maniw-r. U'e alf! sell wlh the place Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, MEUir.\L x01'll'E.Dr. :. I J county, w il: present her dual account tu the JudgnI
in .
Corn. F.dder 60 lu-ad (.stock cattle the Mm number I Sale. For Sale by P. B. nroka oJ-- C'OMPLF.'IIE 6 humrs.McDOUOALL I of Probate 0 said county, and ask tn l loe disehargrd.SUSANNAH .
cf hogs, with a few bWed' c'Ue of the: Durham I i "\A ILL be sold! in T.illalnvsec, the first Monday j I i J. H. M. Gardner, !, __Sept. 0_, 16a. ..Gi A HOBBY. I HOUCK, Exfx.

bleed T T III December( nut dueposeul| ofsfHiner at private t I ; :Tl nr SuLscriht ba' j'Jft rceeivda ; July! :. IP38. ?76mNotice. .
TEHVS.-One.third la"1 the b.d.inee 0'A credit of sale I the valuI.Io PLANTATION, i '.c 1rJ1 supply fC Varria,''! i rTAVING. located -LLOYD.." offer? his Pro- i S -- -

... 1. 2 aod :y.ars. the pmchaser giving notes drawing | owned h bv Ju-Ige: Joim! \Whit! pad!. U u Mtualcd f.iimi-rlv on -C Buggie'. :\d H.11tE:. wLdl he olre: 1 L FF... IO'i''L SERVKII to (the Citizens of the place Blacksmith and d .

8 It"ilt."t w itb two B'1Ni !tC\1tit' and six from l'allahins.c'e I fors'jle on the most reasonable terms.Novenbsr tnd the surrounding country. [ niontl-s after the first of this
pr | L'11 Jatk''I. .nI.! and con- Horte Sftoeiay Jt lIJbli //
1 mortcaire on propeily. Pt"onl or ..."i.liiugtoI i \ iitsut 15( C> acreS. (ail lumnoc! land) in a Lullctateofcultiiation. > 18. 1354. 4C !I _Oct 9. 1SOS __ 41____ ___ __ __ __ I IIIE SUBSCRIBER bezs leave to inform the the undersigned administrator of the Estate
I purchase, will please apply t.> either! The impr.\cnifntscon sting"C i of Henry B. Bradford, deceased w ill present hit fin.\1i
Valuable Lands j : 1 citizens Tallahassee and vicinity that HENRY
f.D CHAIKES. dwelling hou Overseer I h Just Received i ,. and of Probate of Le.
a >e. ,iu-r, Cal-inS fop 100 uegrfes i S H1CK6 still on theBLtClSJIITlI acci.t. ( apply to the Judge n

t C. rOWEl J CILmFS.Oct. gin house f Maid
*. IS5S. 4l>-3ni Jcr. Tor further i [IN AdmtV.
I or plth'clrs. D.IIIcl I fre. i supply of DRUGS aol CHEMICALS of BUSINESSin E.Ute. EDWARD BRADFORD
--- ---- J. It. i I rf. ,! of the Hon. J. : Ju'ie .
\ 5. 1858. : -6m
Ga.I pursuance WajJrsBakir
WHIEHFAD. lt.rz.Yi "crpC J which the MWing are a few- all its various. branches, and is to execateI .
Land & for Sale. I I'| Judge of the Middle Circuit; of llmid., in I prepared I --- -- -- ---
: Negroes ;
(1. I 10 oz3 Btlx-eritio, 5 oz:. lod. Ammonia, I nil orders with neatness and dispatch. His work Notice.

i IN pursuance of a decree of Leon Cm'uit Court reu,01, 1/ j.,C.,.:WI':'il. i'!I Chancery; the fisth eittii-g: day will rf l he D.'rpml..r sold on IfXt.tie first at the Monday Court, j j|I 10 Santonine, 6 Sulphur, I win be warranted to be equal to that of any other months after the first publication of this no-

the undersigned Commissionei i s wi sell to the [IT WITEIE.\D., I 11'1 bin f in Tallahassc, the (lowing land", belonging to |! 15 Chinokiine. 10" Nit Silver, Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee J SIX... the undersigned administratrix of the E..

I ? hiRliwt bidder before the Court. 'door in Tallahassee Sept 25, 1 58. :30-tds I XIrLEY I| the Estate of Hen-y B \!( ?d. (contain- j: 12 Cinchona Sulph, 10 Ext Menesia, satisfaction in every JOB. { tate of Fletcher Whilaker.) deceased, late of Leon

on M- nday. the 5th day of December next, I __ __ :: big eleven hundred,and ten prel more cccla or less) comprising 1 25 Mnrphia" 2" Elatenum HORSE SHOEING. Repairing and Ironing i county will present her dual account to the Judge of

: the following lands and negroes belonging to the POST & MEL I some of the most valuable cotton( lauds in i' 5" Act 12" Cit Iron, 0( I all Vehicles plantation work, and all other I l'robatl'l.rsaiJ, county, sal ask to be discharged.I .
Estate of FelM, ,1tltI.c.l. to-wit : The N \ i I i 20 Piper-ne, 40 ex Qninice: branches appertaining to his business
D.rle to-wit : I I SARAH WHITAKER. Adutfx
Len county p
of the S J. SO in Township ?, Range II d fi Stryhnine 5 Veratri.i, will receive careful and prompt atten
2, N E ; and the Sl.Ctio N E 4oftheSt.ofSecion25; COMMISSION MERCHANTS I INE" !I South | of SV } Sec. 21 l, Town: 2, R. 1, N and. I: i j 8 lb". rhospate of Am- 1s U*. Sulph! Ether, i tion. R. II. BERRY, Sept.- 11. t"5S. 37-6iii S

::I in Township t 2, Range I, N t E,in Leon. county.containing 61 Poydr.'is Sfrccl/ SWIofSE I |j monia, 60 Chloroform I Feb. 13. 1S5S. Agent. | Notice.

: Charlotte 120 acrE about more 60 or less ; one and boy 1 neero Toney.nged woman ORLE.NS. I SWIofSE Wi"J 0 GTon.Jn.l !I 10 2 Ibs.casks I.xl.Rock Potash Potash., 30" Glycerine, (pure) I -- --Pure------ --Zinc-White- ---- -- j L':IX months after the first publication (>f this n0 "

I aged }'carl. Noithf f N E .. the administratrix of the Estate
> i 7, tk-e. ( undersigned
lout 18 year ore girl Sully aged about and I I her years infant Rr.rr.R TOM I I North i ?, A L S O I I (GROUND in prepared LINSEED OIL ) I i of R, v. John Wesley Rhodes deceased late of Jefrrson -

nnt man. liIIY. aged about 21 years re Thomas J Perkins & Co Tallahassee Fb. I SE ,. M CAll SOD ozs. SULPH QUININE county, will present her final account and.
be sold for cash the land r I I
dill to
negroes months; R. Co., ', .. of East } of S W I, of Sec. 8. Town. 1. Range 1, Warranted and which we oTr/ low for CASH. "TE have just reetived a fresh supply of this new I (vouchers to this Judge of Probate of said county soil
one-hialfenali, and the balance on 12 I Inris. Quincy) I I I pure
credit acd beautiful White, dire-t from the
N ami E East of Thomasville Road I manu- uk f., di! .
Monlicello, lying (10 acres AMES & LIVELY.I I r a Jtr1 f'
witb the 8 lanJ.per'cent interest R. B ,HILTON to lie secured by)l tnorgge!. Beard Drnham, St)Iarkl I|I more or less.) July 31, :e5S. 31 I factory. and offer it to the public with most perfect LAURINDA. RHODES, Admfx.-
on C('DI'. Mr. James c Filor West, The above lands lie in fl.e immediate neighborhood confidence, as possessing all the qualities which render )f.otir.n", S.r.t 4. IJ-r't' 36O1

onmtf. 6, 1S58.RICH. SAUNDERS 45-tds f I Me.!srs. J McNaupht N. Mi Kuinou& Ornu-nd it t Co,, Key Thomasvi'Itf Atlanta, ,Oeo.. I'I I I ofTJlahnqsee.(tLf:1'ri.In r'II.extending and will!from be sold the Thnmasrilt a body to I Seed Seed Seed /t I brilliancy a paint of C most"tr>r,,frredam derirablr from% :all Its fxttnonon im-cmjKirahle* ijvalititt ----Notice. -- -

-- --- : ,
--- --- ----- -- I", health of the
Angus) 14, S. ; I or -prale tract, may seem most agreeable lt i -Hfver injuriuy norkmen frI Monti after the first publication of this no
U. S. Sale.By It h 33-ly_ --_ .-- I purchaser a : FOR FALL PLANTING.pUTABAOA I I inmates of newly painted apartment-its durability SIX ', uodersigntd will prevent his final account -

I \ of Marshals. i issued from the I I TERMS :-One third cash, the balance on a credit Green Glazed Drumhead ;II I in the most exposed situation, and its great superiority and vouchers as administrator of the Estate

I i 'irtnt. office Tallahassee, hi the United SlatsDi Hillsborough Militar j I of' one, two three )"aso (the purchaser to give \ Red ic. to }\7iitr\ Iita'l'm all t various uses to which 01 TLorna IL Averitf. deceased, lute of Leon countand /.
ant Top Turnip I Cabbage, latter been !
the has heretofore For sale
tnd for the Northern District of Floiida. notes with security for the deferred applied. by acL for a discharge.
I j pav- Flat Dutch Turnip,
Curt McLean and Bulkier are jON menU, prro.p a the lands and to A3Iis! ,!t LIVELY. 1 JESSE AYERITT, Ext'r.
wherein mortgage ,
plaintif" I t.tcthtr
4 and Joel A. Vri-eton. is defendant. I have up. I JANUARY twelfth 1859 a MILITARY iACADEMY i I pay for title deeds. o I Jast received and for sale by April, 1S58. IINASH Oct. 2. 1858. 40-6ni

and will for sale at outcry the will le opened at Hillsboroujjh, N. Persons desirous of pnrchain'r be shown the AMES A LIVELY. I ------ ---- -- -- --- -- -----

on highest bidder expose the first Monday public in December t next, C.under the conduct of Capt. C. C. TLW now Superintendent I I: lands either by the undersigned wi Mr. Lawrence, I July 17, 1S59.Fffasthr's. 29 MILES &. CD I Notice.SIX .

t : between the hours(I often and two o'clk, before the I of the Mate Military Academy at Coliinihii the overseer on the premi!es. -- ---- in Jlontiu after date. I hall present my final
Dealers Medicines
Montieello Jefferson i S. C. The discipline and course of studies JU L. I Sale. Drugs, &c. i voucher to the Hon. of Probate
j Court-house door i in the town of I IS Special Master. ; ( ( and Judge
to-wit All of I w id uri-iniilate, to those, of the South Carolina and TAYLOR New Yerk bark R.H.(Gam- administrator of the Estate -
the following : Sept I per Jefferson county as
;I Cat Section 14 S' dlriblaod.hip 1, Range 4, I Virginia, State Military Institutions. There will be --- 1.- -- 3 J3Y virtue of a decree of Leon Circuit Court in ;: JUSTreceintlCrom( of articles in oar line, : (if ANN BAILEY late .r said county.deceased,

S & E, containing oCStion 9CO acres 1 more or less. Levied i.: but one vacation :in the ct.Fc.r : I Oak & -----------1 I1 Chancery, in a certain cause, wherein Jane R* ': such as Oils of almost every kind Burning Fluic, aad ale for & ib.chargsfpsisaaiil administration.JAMLS .
Wilson and others are complainants, and John Me- .
: the property of laU Joel A. T. Weston, and particular*, atre1 the undersigned at ] White Lead, Zinc and other paints Window Glass of i K. CARTER AdiitV.
to upon a cold to satisfy said writ of fi. fa. according to bia. S. C.unti January lt after that date C.umI I F HE undersigned) give notice Carriage inakeis, I Dou lII. Executor of toe lad Will and testament of I best quality, Putty, Brushes, Potash.Soda Sparkling I Oct. SO. 1S53. 44- m

b. E. BLACKBURN, U. S. Marshal borough, X C. C. TEW. : 1'18Ittrs,4r. that they are now engaged in William Wilson, deceased,and others are defendants, 'I Gelatiun,London Mustard French Brandy(very best,) - -- --- --- ---- -
I Oct. 9. !. 41-10w "n and Carriage Spokes bv Machinery I I will expose fur sale before the Court-house door in ,, for medicinal Spices, Notice.

November 1858. 45------ i iSherifs at Gov. Call's Steam Mill! at the Talla- 1 the city Tallahassee, on the first Monday of December j I Inks,Quinine.purposes Peruvian, Bark Fluid Pepper: Extract I..emonSyrup Uuchu,, '! Months after data, I shall present my final

Insolvent Estate Notice. Sale I has.ee Railroad Depot and will keep every variety, I next. the folio ing real Estate belonging to I &.ic, and a general assortment of Popular Patent : SIX .vouchers lo the Honorable Judgeof
: said William Wilson
of seasoned aol) Hickory, constantly on band, the Estate o( deceased viz: i I Medicines. We but the best and administratrix uC
0:11 keep none Probate Jefferson as
very county
STATE OF FLORIDA )l 1st XEA'T. I which sell such terms as to make it an I Part of Lot No. 161 in the original plan of the city i to merit I late of raid'
of Jesse GraMtham, co-Jbty.
o hope the Estate
JEFFERSON COUNTY f BY \irtce of two writs of fieri (facias issued (rom I'' object theyi al purchase from them. The following of Tallahassee, fronting 44 feet t on Monroe street. and i I' your patronage.MILES NASH A CO. deceased, and ask for a discharge from. aid admin

__ YE W. DEWIT. administrator of the Estate Cici k'6 oftice of Leon Ciicuit .ut, wherein is the of each prices delivered at the Factory I running back 70 feet on Pensacola street, with a March 29, 1656 18 t istration. REBECCA GRANTHAM Admfx.OctSO .

J ( late of JefTi-rson county, Kidder M. Moore is plaintiff and William Ot'raI I thousand..4 building thereon known as the Exchan"e.Part ------ -- ----- 44-6m
_ '
De\ Buggy Spokes per I J cents e plan 1358.
eh: of Lot No. 161 in the origintl of the city
__ deceased, has filed in Probate office (If Jefferson ny and Elizabeth M. Germany are defendants. a .. sett .. .. .5 M Tallahassee with thereon bounded .' BOOKBINDING.1PIIE .
I a building I
I Estate levied and will fur tale ithin l
I conntv, n written suggestion that he believes the upon cp'! 1'gl Carriage and 1 horse Waggon Spokes I north by the house or store of Frederick Towle (now Notice.ALL .
Charles W. De Witt t b insolvent ; Tee hours, in front of the boise doer in the I per thousand . .. ... .51" & Gorman. and south the UNDERSIGNED IS NOW
lore Myers by Excbaige.
fore notice is given to persons having eDlms T.lahaFtC.on the first Monday! in D tmbr next, : Carnage and 1 horse Wrgg n Spokes I Lot No. 286 fronting 90 feet on Clinton s'reet and JL PREPARED WITH persons indebted to the Estate of Spotswood

gainst; said Estate, to appear aid file the eaine following described pr.prty. to." negro sett. .. .. ... .. .. .6 extending back 170 feet on Dural street to a lot .I TOOLS AND /ysflfe MATERIALSFOR Knight deceased, late of Leon county are
tbe Judge of Probate of said county (n (before the man named L1\.i! aged Lrle a I 4 pr Spokes requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned
up tbousao.61" owned Richard in the of
W.g by Hayward, orig'nal! plan BooK&iJxzir
14th day of May next, 'bt there will be a pro rate the p"lptlty &. defendants and b IcJ L 4" It .. .. the Tallahassee. I RINJI.YGI\ administrator ; and those ba.ingctaiDis againstsaid
distribution of the funds belonging to sail Estate, eatisly said writs of fieri arias according 111. 6 bore" thousand.7 t" Lots No. 113 I and 116 in the north addition of the in art its'branches, and solicits the patronage of the Estate, are requested to present them duly authenticated -
amongst the crf'llitur thereof, at which time the said SAUNDERS. Sheriff, I 6" 0sett..8 of Tallahassee. citizens Tallahassee and surrounding country. His ( within the tilDe prescribed by law,or(this
for his final JOHN Deputy Sheriff. city he in bar of their It is
James W. DeWitt will apply discharge ; notice will plead recovery.
from the administration of said E. 1 SO, 18580 As this illmf'tl.iDt new in iid..e hope t Also the following described land in Leon county, I Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by i, especially desired that those holding obligations of
F.tte 4-tJI. be Call Call the Church. lIe is a
of Probate. I -- - -- liberally atrlize. a'I Florida vii: the S E 1 oftbe N Vf 10 Sec :31, I opposite Episcopal practical : whether
THOS. J. endorser already
Judge the deceased on
CHASE : Mr. Kuhn's Tallahassee. Binder and f."lsllure that he do work as paper
November IS 1858. I Sale. I Carriage Sb in Town 3. Rarge 3, N 46m Eecutor'g SCHNEIDER c CO. Sec 31, Town 3. Range 3, N A E; the E i of the N I well and as cheap aa it can be done elsewhere. i, or.running maturity L.IL KNIGHT AdmtV.

IN order of tb lon J. Wayleslinker July 10, 158. 28"NEW'CARRIAGE I E i and the S W J of the N E 4 of Sec M, Town, CHARLES FINDEI3EN. :,
Tax Notice. Judge of the Circuit the Middle I I Oct. OJ, 1858. 41-8-
__ Colector's '! ---- I Range 2, N & E; the S' Ef of Sec 3G, Town 3, July'Il8. :-ly [ t3T Sentcopy.. -- -
Circuit of Florida the
nudenigned Executor of the
"TTT1LL be house door in the I SHOP. Rsuge2N&E; tbeEjoftheS W J of See 3&. ------ ------- t

a \t town Montieello,on the first Monday of Fel last Will and Testament Thomas Henry \eritt Town 3, Range 2, N & E, and the E J of the N W 4of CHEAP GROCERIES f ,: Notice.A '

rusTy IIXt the following land to-wit : the N \J of deceased, ,'iBel the following: real Estate at I 9"UE uJtrlgne begs leave t inform the citizens See 1.Town 2, Range 2, Jf J fc E. containing five I t LL persons indebted to the administrator of the

tbe S Section 6, Township 2. Range 4,
: )Isned: upon a the property of L. Lipscomb and sold door in Talh Mte. on the Crst Monday in pened a emae shop this place IDgBrokaw's TERMS-One-half cash and th! remainder in 12 will confine himself exclusively to the immediately aad settle at the office of

to satisfy the State and County and Railroad Deeembr oet towit : The N E J and the E A of months from the date of sale with interest at the ..fUCTIOV.t COMMISSION BUSINESS, \ A. P. AMAKER.

Also at the tame place and time, the S W J of tUt&1 24.- in Town. 1, Range 2, N and E; I Livery Stables, rate of 8 per cent per annnnV firm date, to be secured I' when his best talent will,: be used to promote the ; October 23, 1858. 43
and the W of the N W of See. in
| I 19, Township in the : J. L. Groner
W building occupied the Sbld.
W *. the S W .1| of S J. Section 19, formerly by a mortgage on premises nterest of those entrusting property to his charge. S
Range 4, N t E. Levied opon as the property 1, Range 3, N.an E. containing 320 acres more or wKere Leis prepared to do all Kinds of work i his HUGH ARCHER. Master in Chancery. I lIe now offers his present STOCK at reduced pri1 1 Cod Liver Oil. .

Starling Gamer, and to be sold to satisfy taxes due I less State all of lying florida.TERISne. being in the county of Leon and line, at the shortest notice and OB the moL Oct. 30 1858: 44 ces to close R. IL BERRY. 4'K A PURE of the celebrated -Brands" IT

on"it. JAMES D. MORRIS. thousand of the REASONABLE TERMSsuch ,- ----- I Auction and Cummwi.a-Merchant. S FRESH Clark& Co.
Tax Assessor 13, &U58.Collector for 46 JeLer 0.Ha. t money of sale, .ulAI balance purcI", as carriage painting and trimming; making new Notice.rpHE Scpt.4.l8SS. Sfi __ __ Foral by AMES .LIVELY :.

o"embr and :years, with 8 per cent. interest buggies and wagons, and all tnds: of r piri. Jii. I Aprils. 1856. 14For __
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Notice."VTOTICE I JESSE .VERI ExlV. I' Te undersigned i is prepre to do of Bricklaying & Plastering.
Oct., J8:8 4Cigas. wok as well and in ( style, .it can be Atfriual Meeting of the Stockholders of the Sale !
UNDERSIGNED leave inform theC
M hereby given that aprlicat wil\ --. done at the North. I Pens&eola A Georgia Railroad Company will THE begs to LIKELY NEGRO BOY. 20 oil II-

_L\ mad to the next General Assembly! tJ All those wh hare ths kind of work to do, and be held in the Town of Madison on Monday the 20th Jefferson county and tie surrounding I A be seen at the City Hotel year Apply to IL Cii.
that he U'ttrf do kind of work may
to ,
State of Floods fur I Charter lo build I Rail .. wish it done a that wi not fail to give December next. By order, country pared any Iutgen.oF to S.S. K"i bt Eq"I r
orburiness reasonable .
I' I in the above line on trims.JOSEPHO.TAYLon.
from some point on the S. Johns river. at or near OOO CIARu recaveii. satisfaction, wcdd d well 1 ul ooWM F. H. fLAGG SecV.October 0 JFSSSF.CA'RT.Tailaha.ee. ; .

: ]jxle Harury, to Fume j IHut on Indian Hirer.fctpUiulir U 1IoUGALL d UOBBY. : KUn 3. 30, t8 8. 44 ';rt. 1, 13'. IG ." '

'. -.- 18, 1&; 38- Xo"ombt- 6', 1.&;?. - July 10, 1S5S. 25 I Jfy- Senliriel. an4 Madison Mcwcnger. copy. Jfonliccllp, Sept 1 ,15< S -:m \Q

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GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. j to examine the Florida Railroad certified that the I some lu-s. though not cquul to that usually: .lltfc'red on fail -Soith Carolina are charged to his guardian ; and that tho

-0- i I. ny was in condition to receive bonds on thiity :t ; ure of the Banks working under the old system as it has I amount paid by his guardian ont of his: privatefund's, bo

Continued from First k j miles, having previously drawn for fifty miles, ,i; prevailed !throughout! the United Stat( The last session refunded to him out of the State Treasury.

Page.) : eighty miles in all, and that the road was c'ln : of the Legislature, by an amendment of the above njiirj-d lr.r AlO:..
wise to supervise the action of the which have i .
the of the Act. companies i accordance with the specifications of the act as to ;I act, ventured on the hazardous experiment of sovinj? to (im m! I'r :. .!fli..;"to, &t.\h'I":: .t of ti--"* c"iHl.ti, cf cur School

aci-optcd provisions i clearing, ditches, Ac., and that the cress ties were j! county, city, town and certain Railroad Bonds thy stunk j i and Seminar Funds I unite attention to tho '
tour reportof
If this is the proper interpretation of the law ; if the State I ed along the line of the t road, of good heart timber, i bankable quality: as that possessed under the original act by :!t! the lion. 1) S. "Wnlkor cx-oHicio Superintendent of

hits set apart ten or twelve million acres of land to aid in rate of one fir every two and a half feet. The I United States and State stocks. To strengthen however, j jj j jI I his that
Pnblic Instruction.: It will: be s-een from report
construction of certain lines of Load
the upon conditions and: four of the: Directors made oath that the iron j I these securities, (of whatever class,) a section was added providing i I I the cnvuint fmt'J! !'c't to tiistrih! ni.ta only gives about !0
which are rapidly 1 absorbing and will probably l absorb the the last section of thirty ,miles for which I that "the the ockholders I in I '
bonds vI' !
private property &
; ; any i j
I I i cents to each child entitled! t<' the benefits of the fuml.; !
v hole fund, and the Trustees arc powerless, save to execute plied t for, was within the limits of the State, paid such banking association shall be liable to the, full amount I i! This tins
amount cannot bo employed as to accomplish
the bonds when presented and as presented, the sooner the to be paid for with the proceeds of the bonds, and of all the liabilities of the said Bank of any nature anti tIl'I I i iscription I
is corrected the better otherwise abolish the Board great end desired by the f.-unuers of onr system, and yetI
error or sident i it
executed bond with '
a according tic of stock
security, conditioned pjo rata, to amount, owned
t.r Trustees, and at least Faye the seventeen hundred dollars: iron should be laid It I am not prepared t,) suggest t any changes.:
upon the l last section of thirty t by each stockholder.! This clause would: doubtless cstab- i
mcmbers'intle It Is believed! that the system i is : good! one, and that:, ;
vsiiicb: arc annually being paid to some of its upon which: bonds had been guaranteed. llish I public confidence but for the danger that on the ani i i I
1 with nfm-fent! funds i it t'. fut
I ? :'> c;;rry f"I t tr.ost ticce*
shape of salaries. I entertain very different views of Trustees certified and delivered unto the Florida |j nounccmcnt of a Bank failure: ; i it would luI'.jsr.il 1 that :Jl ;, nei..I
rc<::if. niijrht bo tbt'l therefure i irvfte i the attcur -
the powers and duties of the Trustees, nr.d will act IIJKJ i i Company bonds to the amount of two hundred t : :' tho solvent anti: reliable stockholders) bad disposed "r their! I t ttf
I rf tie tie! d
) Legislature to t bubjcwtT'r.i earnestly Iiopa
tIll in in the absence of further I legislation upon the suhj\'rt. I thousand I dollars. It '.a3 suggj,ted to thy; Hoard | stock to men of &!I'au Foreseeing a failure, on its eve, the }
By the' second section of the act this fund is vestal in tees time that sojrso E proper meswnre may I I.:3 adopted! by which, the. "
some fter the bonds hud been delivered: I great body of original stockholders! might to escape. liability, ;
School! Foad be increased and the cud of educa
r\\> T'u8tc', with express power to sell and convey the I I Florida Railroad] Company, that application fur I even give a consideration to persons wholly irresponsible ': ting the! youth may of our Stare be su.i1 t!.bgreat -

i.u ds, and to receive, invest, manage and control the pro 1 been made by the Co.npany in advance of its legal ; j i to accept their stock. 'I 11 his section fchculd therefore he j

l'.ti The paramount object of this trust is to assure that a largo amount of work had been done \. j I amended so a;* to fix t liability; not only' on :il!! stockholders: .\G ::el'L'Ha:

.. proper application of the Fund t. the\ uses and purpo'j'orlt I fifty and eighty nile points; cabsequiMit to the date I who are such at the time of a Hank failure: or scspt u.i'm ; It. ;i3 t-) 1:9 regretted that so Httlo 'Lis been done by the .

\: atid: expressed in the act. In order to enable J j certificate ol the Engineer; and that it was not (:' I I but upon all who bid been stockholder within 'iwt-lvo Stale to tn-ou.-age her R3riewtnral! interests. XooccttpsI :-

;',.c Trustees to execute and carry the Trusts herein reposedin until the latter part of November or the first of D c : months next preceding su"h failure or suspensian. With s i ij I i-? more a tfilllJl" r.,,>n o r.tie, arid although almost every, ,,

them, certain powers arc expressly confided by the pro- i I! 1857. (from three to four n.onths! :) whereupon the j i this amendment embo i'd in a "",:.ion pr,jM-riy wordctl.! 'i oll.rr: 'a'? i f.; In EI'! .etrise dept Lent cp( ,>n r.;rricuharc, its

\isiois; of the ac*. an'+! wh'le: these expressed provisions of Tru:I.;s, by a resolution! instructed l the Secretary \ there willl'prhap3"1 little to object t.o the General Banking! I II Ij iinjKirfance has l>cej o. rlooJ.! The farmers of our conn- ,

-L-ne to provxlc! fur this protection of the Fund against the j' Board to notify the Engineer who! gave tb? j j Law of the State. Tho deposited stocks (which the Comptroller try bear the chief burdens of government, and have tight

nii'ure: :: of the several Railroad Companies to refund to the the fct3'erc not in accordance with his j! is hound under(} tr ovcr3 p.!najty never to receive at j jj tn tmsnd! S'iiuc tf itsq ceial brurjiis. I would recommendthe

'Ti-.istecs:l the amount of interet': paid: by them out of the ]! that an explanation, : was de-ired. Th..j: inf j I a higher price than their mnkl't'niuC') and the private appointment of a emnptrfent U'ol l i ie: and Chemist to

i'rutl i : ; ujnm the Bonds (If tile several Cottum '..", alter the ;1 ..!Ige.' '.vi.ii: ti:: IVnestecs on the 12th} of February j ji property of the stockholders! in tho Dank bcia:; bath li.i.Ie! % fiako a cetilopeal curve, i-i' the Setae? : atd a clitmici! *?,analrj -

I,i 'nipli'rioti (If their r-"idc\ provuic-1! the sett c-arp:! ) of tlc: i iiit.ad i. aad i. i.i :!! t j."..-c:sion t:*' tao: ; President of the llo t i j for the redemption of thn bill-., it is not probiibta that the bill sisoftti': ; soils, the nature: of the suIls, the beot means f.r ,

arc sufficient after their completion ; yet !!)JC':\: ,::'\' r(:;:ct to y,:y thu' tio explanation ha3 ever been of i ii holder will ever sofa loa; 1 om a bank suspension, and their; improvement, and a :ener.,1 r.rllu.iu.tut"CittJ tut?

..expressed power given which adequately protect the i iU.u i The -conii clartise of the Co Act incorporating a !;I what is ts'ler, i! f* Iiy no means pn liable that a Lank will /i philosophy of ajrricnlturc. .i4 I

t ::: against frauus: misrepresentation, lidsc ctriiucaUs iavl !i to construct a railroad: across the Peninsula ol! i ever sysjiuf, fur tl,: reason that with such rrsfxinsibililiesGanging Nature has indeed !ben mast bt,anU
: the like. It i is & question, therefore, \vheji.:rrr :litJ:, tle! der the iianK- anti style of the Florida Railroad over them it is not likely: that its stockholders vrill) ; of her gifts upon m?, and vro should! i.;.,i I.nm r the! talent bat

Trustees may fur these, or any other purposes, exercise :I! .3 ..$ *r V tl iu...... : everffnd it to their iutercct to suspend. | improve it by every means in ..nr )uty c*r. :\. r':1\-ct fertile -

discretionary powers, or powers not expressly I Pet firth! in I t 1| toi'E': \. 2. 7c il further cxac'jC'1; That ihe said: n How far co.-porate powers may in safety ho granted is j( suit and genial climate, |roltcing in great nntlauce' )

the act. I think they may, and ought t-. a.:e1e''\ *.' -:::'h '' sh?!!! cormrK-iice in East Florida upon .home tributary problcmalicul. Corr-orato powers and privileges arc sometimes 'j the ClOt valuable agricaltnni! staples in the wi.rW. Let,

dowers whenever in their judgment the piv iecili-i; cf il.s i i Atlantic ('{f"n. v, !Ithin the limits of the ate of essential to the successful prosecution cf enterprizes, k. as nr>ve in the matter, and should! we :Tail to accomplish f T

;"ill\l. agam-l fraud of any character demands it. 'ill is a ;I having a Kufliri K! outlet to the ocean to admit of tl i j both of a public l and private nature, and when feasible and all we desire, wo will ut lesucc'nnj'Iiah; sametun: A*.
: sife oiVoa t'tean: r.s. anJ snail run the j
. 'll1
uf the General Assembly, and v.il! I trust find: [ snnc p'.I-j::;*, !...vi.mor trtbutnry cl'tlso!: Gulf of \rt" j j eviK The tendency of ail corporate pov ers i is to centralize '. \V.h. ihe exception perhaps of one: or tau volunteer: com.: ?|

such solution as may best subserve the objects of the Trust t i South Fioritl.i, south of the Suwannee !Rivr: having j I and concentrate power and influence, as do all monopolies, pnnies, there i is no organize*! militia in this Sat: There *1,
and the speedy consummation of the sygteci it b intenJed dent ontlft for rca steamer, to be determined by a 'i and grind out tribute from the hard earnings of the people
\ sire no "official rcturJ s" to the Adjutant General,and in the .
j, tent engineer with the approval of a majority time t )
[ for the benefit of a privileged few, which is at war with the
t) promote. j tors of m mid Company." i' (,';'nt oi'a call being ma.e! is i ;. sudden! energency. upon thetniii.i
I am clearly *.f opinion that the Trust FuT'd> ehoulJ: be J pirit an! genius of our government mid people, although '( ,
i: This Act was p;-.-c'I in IS33, and the R.:ad) v. as to i iI : ; ;to r 'ni-l l invasion, suppress insurrection, and enforce, .
represented by ut least one Director in as i extensively practiced. :
every company
'I been built! i if built at all, by private subscription the execution of the laws, the State would be literally with-} |j
noon as notice i is given by said company of its acceptance ,j ; Some of the corporators have }b"come so boLt as to com- .
I oat men and uithont anr.s.: I will take the earliest .
| Legislature thought it important that there shonld occa- .csion
of piovisions of the act. AJ soon as the notice of ac- j pars Ihn c r. orate infiucuce in tbb State to the c- of t
[ "sufficient outlet! to the ocean for sea steamers as I to get quota of arms which the Satei! entitled
stance is filed with the Trustees, the fund is pledged) i furl Juggernaut,' and an attempt has been made to cover over ,
c1 Iinterest by the above clai la !' front the ficncral Government, and have them in
:?? lS5i the Trust Fund was poMted
the abuse of with the Lroad elastic
the thousand} Jollar mile and i corporate privileges .
-: upon ten j per to aid: in the construction W several lines of Road, the j the armor). \Vhntcvcr oid.-c..ions may have ben crgcditi
Director whose it should i folds! of;. political: mica Iae. Th- growing power of corj.crate r i1
<:?!!i iilJ! be it-presented by a duty j jV times to strict .
ida J Kail road among the: number, upon conditionsit' past military organization in this State, litconsequnecr
induence in this sate is for serious consideration
a subject
t'l e\A!!iiny all contracts relating! ti> the: eon:trtmcticn of i the oft!,e !; fnMS of the Ac.
j gave State or Trust Fund direct interest as rai popalati-n they!
and should! be well looked tile
people, they
time! road, the manner of cititruclio-ai.d l.crcl' general : holder, which! should make it of greaterimp rlance i! fa?I in my jo:Igmanmt to apply at present. Our country IIIH;
6ij I"\ !ion, ': in order to assure a proper application I I j jof content to bow the trilling neck to the yoke of unscrupulous: doubled itt popnlaliou within i fstt
I terminii of the road should be at points: when there i ;: years, large districts
tle: fund," and report to the Trustees all failures: to con- i j, ".um icnt Outtct: to the ocean for sea telmenr. as ( : monnpchets.! j of country which were recently the favored; haunts of the In- .1 !

s'nict the road in strict conformity to the .specifications} of i 1 t U.UIc .un.cr. tIhu s&r the abcdrs of ?
I j by the c'.arlcr. I will! pass over the objection \\- 'ik it I: ( now industry, wraith, nnd intclli-

tl.e: not. This could, not be objected to !ty a-iy company i j t|i urged by many, that the road as located floes j it is the dnty of every community to make j'roris 'm for t ;once. And besides the lath election in the non-shivtnoMuig1 't

,'.i-:,'.-cd to deal fciirly, and no company should) be allowed I', through the, extern I and 1 southern pIrtro'n of the cta I: the support t comfort and protection of that class o: .its I' P- States: forbodc no good tons of the South. However utipIeaVant .

t I deal! otlitiwle.: The Director should be scbject to renin.u i':I the mcsl eligible direction and cone directly to .utti''hll) by atHictiou, are rendered incapable to provide it may be to contemplate the picture, however much s

: by the Vrustees dnihig the adjoursmrsS: of the i{I portantcjue-stinn, what can,,!iutrs: a suiaclc-ni; outlet fop 1 ;- then;\'\'-. v iKiy be disinctincd t' ,give seriots! refleciLon to the }largely v {

I..;-:-lature, fwd the Tru.te rs should! havo the power to Jill i j ocean f for sea stpumers and does Cedar Key possess I Ij t Our sister States have bone forward in this work of hn- increasing strength! anilinflnrnee! of! tho abolition clement 'f,!

ad'aeac: i ,', subject tj the approval of the Legislature at j outlet f It is duo to time Florida Railroad Company i!i inanity! ii a manner highly mmendable} to them, aod' which hour darkens th? political horizon, he would be n -

/.< lust *:=V.M.: Trills the Hili eeclbn of the act pro- ', the Trust Fund that lliis: question should Lc solved. ;|: 1 have proviUe'l-f: the care, maintenance end treatment of false sentinel, who, under the present aspect! of afiairs, .

vi!,. --Th: it f.,'r all payment made Vy tIn! Trustees: of the j!! dar Key does possess a !JfiiCj ;f.! ctiilet! to the ocean their lunatics: ad inane j crsons in a manner suited to ': uould cry peace t xvoald! rvspectfully recomincml,! a thorough

Ll: {.-! 11,1 l Iir.ptovein.5ut Fund ::n accountf i;.:crest fur any I If I ,steamers the Florida Railroad: Company should 1m\'H'f; their unf.rtnnaiu condition, and that i& worthy of emulation : organization: of the Militia! of this State.

f r..ii-oad:] con spany, agreeably u he provisions of this act, i I full hen
t Fail Trustees hall d'jn +nd and receive from sd railroad have the terms of the charter bf en complied with, and show that a Ltiuuiic+i Asylum i is much needed in our State ; t' .
cf the : stock which: stock I noticed. a parugrt-i! .;:in; the rounds of tLa
company: equal amounts capital >i h it proper that the Trustees should continue to : the number of our people now in Asylums of other Staten
Internal Fund to all the :I : k!! newspaper?, to the effect that certified lists had been issued
ihal! entitle the Improvement: the interest on the bonds of the Florida Railroad t demonstrates this: fact.
t Comp \ i
"" I I by the Commissioner! of the General Land '
rights, privileges end advantages of private stockholders, j jwl These! questions are not propounded in a captious j ji The General Assembly, at its late session i took a step in Office, fir the
j lands
along the line oi the Florida
t ::ieli means, that the Trust Fund can iover be reprc- J i i but with view to r"Iiume of the Trustees of the this direction, but I think stopped rhort of what might Atlantic & Gulf
| Railroad
stmtt: -d until; the Trustees shall have purchased a sufficient ; which have been vlercJ the have been done, even then. An act approved December ': being a portion of the land enuring .o this State

'.!IIC-.l11t of stuck, by llie payment of i.fei't on ilelfOndxfiflit I reliable':? : by the many statements 1 1i j 27th, 1S&G, provides! that lunatics and insane persons hfal\ :; conditionally' : under the Act of Ctuigrcss of May 17ih, 185C, '
to unfitness of the
i j apparently source.: as i i J addressed a letter to-the !head of that
? Department in whichI
roan})all! to ?:(<:t one f tmf th>'ir h tun > }' of Cedar K for commercial sufficient
on a r rand
y purpose :; contended that the cf lands
; 15,'fure which, however, a few ini'ivKhipis' make: bogus I j jr i placed in Asylums of other States, and that the Stateof : grant by the United l States to
to warrant the investment of the Fund in the this} State, to aid in the co ruction of certain '
r subscription for a Urge sum, organize a company, locate 'ti I Florida shall pay for the maintenance: of such as .tic des- railroads,
stock 1 of said company. jj j was an entirety, "subject to the of the
i the road unwisely, snaj I he, not to say improperly, let out til ute: of the pecuniary ability to maintain themselves ; but disposal Legislature m,
I rkilled! such and do ii i "
j am in things, not profess to thereof for the : aforesaid, and that his t
I the contracts at a high figure and construct a }portion of it, :j this is not her only! expense. She mu:t also pay the cost purpose deparimentcould ;
what would be considered a sufficient outlet to the II act recognise third parties to whom i
perhaps, very Imj erfectly. All this is or nimty be done bej j I! of tran8oitation} to and from such Asylums. The attention no assignment
'I for ei ftcamrrs, but do know ti j had been made! by the State.! /
lore( the Trust Fund can l bo represented in the Board cf j j of the General Assembly, it appears, was cr.ilcd to ;
consi vessels drawing less than trn feet wafer By an act of the Legislature dated December
Directors. Take, for example the Florida Railroad! Com- i I this subject at an earlier date than that mentioned above, J m 27ih, 1856
i !. sea-boats. A vessel) drawing ten feet water would the Stale of Florida : the lands her m'
pan .. A few individuals subscribe! million of r!'Jurs! of ,'! by an act approved January Sth, 1853, directed that ,j accepted granted: to upon
require 12i feet water on the bar "to admit of : % m the terms conditions and restrictions in the .
tock 1 locate the road! awl let t! William Crawford then in the of imposed Congressional I
capital : organi/e a company, i| a prisoner common jail ,
j press and egrets? ; and the question is again p? :, ; act of May 17th, 18315, and by the second section '
out, the contracts. The 31st section! of the act authorizes | j Ilornando County, blot who had 1 been adjudged a IUlJ:tic !i
Cedar Key that water on the bar ? j of said: net disposed of that portion of( it to which the Ala-
th?.issuing of*'one hundred thousand dollars for the structure | by the Circuit Court fur that County, be removed from i ij
1 Lient. licrrymans; report in 18o5, gives ten feet i imam and Florida Railroad Company entitled and have
necessary to cross from the West fide i of Nassau' I| j jail: and placed in an asylum of some neighboring: :: } !
bar at ordinary low water, with a mean rise aui-fall I received. The Legislature has as made further dis-
river to Amelia IUn] : lrotid<>d, That said: bonds shall t trot J I By direction: of said act, the Judge of ln,batc of yet po
m fret. Admitting the correctness of the report of Lieut. j pO"Ition: of the lands enuring to the State under the act of
for work done aid! then I i County appointed a guardian fur said Crawford
in :
issue except payment only! upon
j man r.t Jhe! time it was made, it is contended that that Congress, May 17th. 1t S5'J. I have requested the Commissioner .
<'* the Marl: pr'>jrct*<.f, upon the certificate of thaw State ;, be found. devolved the duty carrying out thc_ irovisiuns of,
of water cannot now : of the General! Land Office, to adjust the to tho
Engineer: that such woik has been done, and: that the j jatn '' act, and tho guardian removed the said lunatic from | grant
\Vhcther the report of Lie'ut. Berryman: was ineorr state, and] that lists be made out in' the name of the State
"uiit of bonds bsned is.rcquired therefor.:' The company i 1 prison and placed him in time Lunatic Asylum of South i ij 4J
whether the channel has shifted filled
or partially up and forwarded to me that I lay the matter before the
made the certificate? required by the law through I j But in; order to secure the admission of *aid In- ] may
some cause as is frequently the case, is not Legislature for disposition as provided for in the Cd section' .
the! State Engineer, and drew the bonds. In this conncc- I | the guardian was required to enter into personal j
be demonstrated but the facts incline to the
opinion of the act of Congress of May 17th, 1850;, making the grant. .
I 1 with resident security for his maintenance in the
ti'-n; lire John Bradford, an Engineer of character, intelligence i- ,
above 8J feet water can now be had at medium low i As soon as the lists are received, I will communicate the factto
and strict integrity, who had been ordered by the i! Asylum, at the'rate of two hundred and fifty dollars per ,
I with a mean rise and fall of about two feet. the Legislature, and hope that such action will te had .
Trustees to examine and report upon the manner of construction |p ,,.r. Tlio} estate of Crt wm'aid has long since been ex- I
I ns to insure et an equitable distribution of the lands amonj
: and condition of the Florida Railroad remarks i CIIAETEB3. hansted, and his guardian i is liable to pay the entire exj j i tt
; ':
the several lines of rortd that
( are entitled to benefit. t tESEMCTIOS
in his report to the Trustees, '* that, as tho road docs not I The Legislature( Florida :hi 1S52, following: the from I Lis private funds. A considerable amount has .

cross Xassan river, I do not know on how much of tho :. of several of the older States, enacted what is usually : advanced by the guardian, and there rotnain* at this : s.

road the company used the one hundred thousand dollars I as a general or Free Ranking Law. By that law the several hundred dollars due and unpaid, j jI The question of exempting one cr more slaves from cxecution -'

of bonds, but an: confident, that, at the price, paid t for that I troller of Public Accounts is required, on receiving a am advised that there are at the present timo several l :< attachment, or other legal t process, in favor of any K

kind of work, all the bridges and trestle work on the first j jilfty I fer of a portion of the public stocks of the several :no persons in tho State, who will probably ba sent off :! citizen or person residing in this State capable of holding i

road could have been built fur thousand I in other States as as the slaves, who be the owner or who hereafter become
miles of the fifty i (including Florida) or of the United State?, from any asylums soon requisite judicial may may

dollars." : or association: of persons desirous of engaging in the 'I I ; arc had. Some of these persons have estates II III the owner of a slave or slaves, was made before the 5
He further says : "The trestle across Amelia marsh i is a ness ol Banking, to furnish- such person or I I to the expenses of their maintenance, but others late General Assembly and a bill introduced for that purpose- fIt

verysimple and cheap structure, and has not the strength" persons circulating notes in the similitude of Bank I destitute and must be chargeable l to the State. It i is was not expected that the General Assembly would at

which it should have, it being a bent of two piles e\ery I i! the denomination of fives ten, twenties, fifties and t I to tho State and to humanity that some more I crma- 'I j once give its approval) of a measure of such importance and '

ton feet, sawed off level on top, with a cap-sill;imlJ on j drcds, equal in amount to the stock transferred to him. provision should} be made Jor this unfortunate class j involving so many doubts as to its propriety and justice. .

i and to thk end I have consulted some Much thought, however, has since then been bestowed( upon
their!! top and two stringers pinned to those caps immediately stocks thus deposited are to constitute in the hands I persons, expe- ;

over the piles, and in the wi,. le one and a quarter j I Comptroller: a Trust fund for the redemption of the mechanics, and have been advised that a building i ii i, that question by many of our intelligent and experienced ,

1'1;le of trestle there is not, that I could find, a mortice or I circulation in the event of the suspension or failure of i suitable dimensions for the accommocation of 35 or 49 citizens, and I think that an unqualified decision has been,

t .iw joint, or a brace of any kind, and on that trestle is a : Bank organized in accordance with the provisions- : may be erected and completed: in the mo; t desira- ,: }had in favor of such a law. The principal objection urged

t t'TOG': d eg:lev curve" 1 Act. And the law as originally passed : manner fur about ($2: ,000)) twenty thousand dollars, 'i, agrtinst such a measure i is, that it will operate to dcfraod'

-t lime seventh t-cction provides" That after any Rail road I security whicli the bill holder could look, but ![ that it may be so constructed as to admit of enlarge- creditors ; but this objection is answered by providing for,

c. :nj any shall have graded twenty miles of n-ul-bcd: con- :I posited r stock |i I by the erection of other buildings as may be necesI I:i the prospective operation of the law, so that it may exempt

t'nu.jusly: and furnished the cross-ties agreeably to the spe.I I The theory was, that in the case of a refusal or I I, .' or desired. I therefore, earnestly recommend that I slaves against levy and sale for; debts contracted after its

"ifications of this act, and shall give notice to the State I I of the Bank to redeem its bills, the Comptroller i j; initiatory i steps be at once taken, by the passage of an : Passageonl};leavinbgthem linbls to I Isvy and sale, ns ibo law

Kngincer: it shall be his duty to examine personally said : sale of the deposited stocks in his hands, raise a fund 1. ?t providing for the erection of a building which may :m j now stands, for all debts contracted before tho passage of

.-cotiun: of twenty miles, and if, after full examination, ha j jhall cient to redeem,them which, if properly managed, \I the nucleus of a well appointed asylum, adequate to !; the act. 1 think the time has arrived when our people

.- approve the construction of said twenty miles, then i i ij secured to the stockholders in the Bank, from the ;, wants and comfort of this class of the afflicted of our should be a unit in sentiment touching the institution cf slavery -

i is shall be his duty to certify the same to the Trustees of i source of its legitimate Banking operation, and the ,|., State ; that it be provided in such act that! stick luna- !!' not only as to its expediency, but as to its morality.nnd .
th-j! Internal Improvement Fund ; and on the completion ; of the interest as it accrued on the deposited stocks. or insane persons as have estates adequate to their whatever may facilitate the attainment of liiis end. I'

the! grading and furnishing} of the cross-ties of each additional I theory has been demonstrated in those States i i be charged therewith at such rate as the t j think ought to be encouraged by the Legiahiture. Not unlit .

ten miles continuously, the State Engineer shall system has been tried, with an important limitation, Assembly may think just and right, and that the I within the last quarter of a century had the institution of

_ also examine the same, and if constructed in accordance : ever, that the very state of things (n. financial crisis be charged with the maintenance of such ouly as arc I slavery been mad to abide the tests of morality laid down I !

w.th; the provisions of this act, shall cert fy the same to the'ansiees i ample) most likely to cause a suspen-ion of the titutc. And I also recommend that provision be made in the precepts of the Bible, and until driven tVtbe mvesti= y

.' : of the Internal Improvement Fund." presses the value of the securities provided for the law for the relief of William Crawford', whose estate !I gation, southern men were not disposed to go.Into, it. But" .

f'tre cxpv-n" in the I a-\uin. : of I nfter hnving "been tiolentlyassailcdumll \\.\moti\"e.l'piety'.

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hndpatriofhzn i rut'him''lt denounced,some of the minds l j r about vidt'l-t: that the forco then employed I : ,
expiring, is form of
I experience ;:.9 i P.wn rhn : ey n>.v unsuitable: f r lighting tenze i tlc pir.tiarchia thurrj: in ous cvi; Zf'f1 j 7n i

of the south boldly} took up the subject, und in a masterly should} not be increased.:' Indians in the cr: rla.ks of Honda! and that whatever: I.t t '' C'tl'ti.; niz('.{ lanf ; and as a moral ritltt l.brni-.ntv., rr ,|

yet truthful manner demonstrated from the sacred \vritin<:.s, I; The companies' having been mustered in i irreguhitly, i; credit: n.ay attach to the partial iemo\al) of the Indians, beloigs ;'. philanthropy uni.e in commending i: ; but as n quft.jrn i,:

that slavery, ns it exiSts in the southern: States, is mnrclly (that is us stun as organized,) their terms of serviceronld : ] !i,rl'- :lJin'ntlJ to the skill, enduranceand! indomita- !!1: policy or expediency, I think it would prove injurious to the

I right, and ought t" be perpetuated. Thc spirit of investiqa- j of eourau expire irre nU'J.! ] In conformity t', the order ., ble courage of the volunteer corps of this State.: ;, best interests of the South. '

- I tion thus Htvjikened resulted in a radical revolution of sen- ; of the Secietary of War, (\.. Loomis, the Commandant The r."t of tho Legislature passed i in 1S52, forbidding the :r The time may com, and there are already signs of its

timent in the southern mind upon the morality of the institution from: i I whites to trade with the Indians under heavy penalties ;|i advent when the nation that took the lead in the fanatical{

and thousands became its zealous advocates: who had | was at the rinu ;a wisi:: ? ',,\ >lnll. but I w'nH l suggest that ;, crusade: against African servitude, will! sound a truce nr.J

previously ent'rtaincd'riolrs conscientious which furnished, but t to the course as 1JllfJir.I .- her ,*. The .her ions Ilur '
scruples :i promptly objected i! under exNtiitg cirotinstances! tlu-tame: might; be repealed ;: reverse con 0 nap o p('. v. 10 j.renow

rendered them lukewarm towards the institution, if not nej. :| contended that we were willing to furnish the men and ( : her rr:,tcaa* .inxil.arle-t.: will joyfully follow in ti,., ;it.

atively oppost-d to it. This spirit of inxoligalion ought to i:i do the fighting upon fair and honorable terms. That if ten in-I 5 1 ; treat "the meteor: ilajr cf Di -!and{," and then cur K ,.ip,

be encouraged and 1 think that the passage of a law securing !:!i companies were needed we should. organize and present a 1; remnant of Indians i to remain within her borders upon any (brethren of /V
t t every person in the possession of at least one slave free :.,: Regiment ; if live, a Battalion, that the path of a-nliition! terms. .J.f w of the Indians have ben in recently at For ;| will gladly again t folimv the! example of their pun:?

from molestation would tend! material! to that end. It !i I and distinction should buopen to our 'facers and soldiers. : Myers, and expressed an unwillingness ti remove, and .' mother and become only too anxious tn engage once nj',rrin

would inspire every man with an ambition to own at least !' Col. Loom! like a gallant: foldicr, acknowledged! : ] the] <;1 \t'cro'cry desirou* to trade, and said that they had.} plenty i what t they. now style. t the "horrid' but luc ulhe Innjl, inhuman

ttne slave, and I am clearly of opinion that the result: of sucha justice of the demand by making a requisition: n-on mo : of money and -nted clothes. They are represented to ba : fir:,'.

law would be to make hundreds of our citizens actual: ;,, trim Battalion of five f companion. I imtncdiatcly bet about ,' in :tJ7nnt cf clothing; the chief article of. dress being ,' Let the southern States then "bide their time ;" let tLria

Ia.\'t owners who,without some such encouragement, would i i i'! to orjranize tho Battalion, and had proceeded so far as to I j; composed of old} erocus sack which they had picked np.- ": cOlti::ue faithful} to their cmp't vigilint to IIi -ir cove

probably never own a slave. I cannot too strongly coin ; isuean order) to the Captains eumposing the Battalion to '! If tho Talaha! .>ees and others, who will visit the whites : nar.ts and reserved rights, united and prompt in their .J,\

mend your attention to this important sub'ct.J' rendezvous at Ocala oil a certain day! when I was advisedby should bo permitted to trade and mingle with the settlers, foocami that Pioviu'encehich! has hitherto he! >srd diem

hTATi UlCBT.By Col.! Loomis not to raise the Battalion, IJr to disbandit they might in time exercise a wholesome influence over I! will shape their ('n .,alltl conduct them to their high tle. 'Pv.

if raised," as he would not need any more troop than ,,; Sam Jones and Ins party, who arc still hostile and refuse [ Without! tIC: slave] trade question, tin- Southern:a..-;

reference to tho report of the Comptroller of Pnblic'! were then] in the field. This movement gas induced! by j to listen to any overtures of peace, or in relation to their '|: have enough practicable! subjects of legislative! ct'nt ,-

Accounts, it will be seen that a settlement] of debt dttu by I j the announcement that Col. Hector, Indian Agent, would i removal. j ver&y which may well engage the attention of our S. tii!..

the State to the School and Seminary Funds, was made on !I attempt the peaceable removal of the Indians, aided by a I i; I hare been appealed to l h_r citizens of high character in j i era members of Congl ''. Prominent am mg them an-

the 1st llf January lt>o;, I by the St-ttc'j 1 paying that debt, ;i large delegation of the Seminole Indians who ]had previou"y '! South Florida urging the State to move in the matter and 'r: the tariff taxes iaiposed ami Cijllc tti.! from the co.sunicr ;.-

principal and interest, in bonds authorized tu be issued tu i j emigrated 11'est.. Upon the irrival of Ctl} (rector, ': compel f the Indians still in the State to emigrate to their i cf manufactured articles! for the benefit: of t'uiK. '

provide fur the same. A settlement] of the debt due by j hostilities were suspended. Tim ho>tile} Indians demandedthat homes in the West ; that the frontier settlements were still! i .:-cfjctcrer3; also the law granting h >tir.tios to :!,tc

i., !tilt.State to the Internal Improvement Fund was also nude j i iui the troops fchotild) be removed from their midst or that > insecure, :11111'onld ever be subject to their cruel midnight .I .:.i-!I-.hrie3 anti mackerel fisheries, tvstrici<>ns mi forign -

the same manner. J! they would not attempt to negi".tiate. This point was conceded : attacks as long as they were permitted to remain. As tle : I.>i huitt'c5ob anti on their umploymeut in thitransp&itatii.n '

There has been received into the Treasury, as shown by ] and the troops I removed accordingly.I j I Indiana were quiet and no immediate- danger apprehendedby : of gixnli and p rxhte+'. inr.nen: expenditures :l-

tbcTreasuier's report, on account of Indian Ilo&tiliiies of j Col. Rector EiccccdeJ in i inducing, the chief, Billy Bowlegs j the citizens I preferred to submit the subject to tho '; for internal improvements {for tfeelcx eti.t.ih :

JS19 the sum of:3 tOSlOin} amount suflicient to }liqui- j and about one hundred and sixty Indians, the greater j Legislature fur its action the meeting of which was near at u!e9, when thy revenue collected is nut en"a }li tl' -.:1Y

P date the] principal of the scrip i issued under the act of January j part of his tribe, including thirtJeiglltt'arrillr*, to emi- !' hand, rather than muin the matter by the exercise of extraordinary for the collection, enormous appropriations firr pul.li>liiimaj !:

7tb, 1S53. Also the sum of 50.250 from the Rile oft j grate to the West ; leaving Sam ..Tncs1111 his trios, past powers unwarranted perhaps by the exigenciesof : .s, books! and jtictitref, and for the[ transmits-.n!! d'

State bonds, which sum was disbursed in payment of forage i! of Billy's tribe, and the Tallahasseenumbering. according the case. Bc-sidcsit had been announced that Col. Rector ; those by mail to every nook in the C'nun. TLese are all;

and &uL.itclIcCccunnts contracted on account of the i it to the best infoniiiition, f forty warriors, or more thin half : under authority of the General Government, would r.t- evils of snfjc cnt msgnitudc already. excite the alarm of
late Indian disturbances.
ot the acknowledged_ Indian! force, and they the most des- .I Ii tempt their peaceable removal and did not want any in- 'every thinking! men. They: show the strong tendenev., ;">
Thc debt of the otate exclusive of thc
present ( amount penile spirits of" the band Hereupon Col. L"omi issued terfem'enec. I thonirlit it fair under the circumstances to much dreaded l I bv some of the trainers of tha Constitnttur.
1 due fur the] suppression of Indian Hostilities of 1 55-G, r
t ) i his proclamation declaring the war closed, and} wrote tll1! .n- i! allow him the opportunity to make the effort in his own : of cent- !:7.it ion of power in the rederal Government, h:
be feiiinmed follows f tu-uit
may upS : i ing me for the service which I had: rendered him in bring- 1 way. and in the event of a failure i it would not be char cg a- tho gradual undermining of die whole fabric by mean* r>f
Bond outstanding of the State of Florida .I-l3OOO 1 j
I ing about so desirable result. '1 lie opinion that I then j bio to State interference. : money Impro}'erly drawn from the people and corruptly:
on scrip, : ir uOO I
I j entertained of that "termination of the eminule] war," as ; Should Col. Hector fail to make the effort, or should the ; expended to build up the fortunes <.f inlluetuial} clas.ci: II.-
Balance due account Indian Hostilities of
;'expressed in a letter to Col. Loomis in reply to his enclosing effort prove a failure, would recommend to the Legislature .: individuals, who receive tbowagp:3 of their iniquity;"no
1350, estimated it .?: OOU
his proclamation, has undergone no change, and I in- ;i to provide for the removal of the Indian: from the limits of in 'tariff taxes, some in offices of profit ail others in appointiaents -
Of this sum, $143,000 i is bearing interest at the rate of 7
| s ert it as expressive of my prc=l'nt'icws on that subject : !1 the State forthwith. In my opinion, justice, humanity and : lf both honor and ,rout. Faultfinding './
l per centum per annum, and only] about 01,000 is the ultimate
good policy require it. It cannot be denied that ihe frontier j one 1'iillic' functionary xvith others in a different .il'l .!. i
debt of tjie State-the balance being a bones Jidc Ii CMXTTIIK DKIV.RTMKNT: Mny 2ilh, I& 9.
t c settlements arc iu'ecuro and subject to the murderous attacks nier.t i is m-t desirable! : nevorJheliss, wh I ,>n tluro i evident
debt due by the General Gut eminent.LINC. Sit-Your ruti.muuif.Mtioii; firi: > ii<; your jmicl.injttion of 'IKCth '
I ja>t., det! -larinu the FlmiJrlr cl.ivit), is recvivcil.VhIst I II : of the savage creatures, sad that ncithrr: life nor property 1 necessity for it, i: i is an obvion duty. AVhen the IVdiT!

ZOL: .\ \ I congratulate you on tip pniti.il sicci& xvhich hats crowned roar! vii :' is secure whilst they are permi'ted to remain. t j Ct.is titutit wa submitted to the several States i 1-4 rati"; ;

I to make known I fort to rctiutvc the Incli.ms from this Stati, rppjrc-t that I am corn- d cutiun was opposed by of the wise c.r{ tl'.,
am pleased to you, that a basis has I i| The Indians that were rrmovi out West some years ago : many patriot!!
I 11"1Itlo liia-r with von r.3 fo the grimy nf the !
been tho Governors of and ( duhntxling troops f been beneiittcd in and day, on the ground that it did not Ruf.Ickntly l t tl-! ,
agreed upon by Georgia Florida | and declaring the oar closed! alien it i is 1 LH.IWII tl:; t ot.tf half and :' li'ive greatly( every respect, are per- pir.r>
(subject to the ratification of the Legislatures i of} their I! they the must dftenitinti1: hair r,*:"uid t\'IIIrar"! ;i! fcctly Slti fi'I1. It is highly gratifying' to know that several States from the uurpation' of the General Gu 'rnm':":t, .

respective Statc*) fur the final settlement] the boundary In m:, ii'iinhlc: judgmentif(\ pnswic of t1.! ( Indians known to i of the Indians who were rude savages, in the fullest acceptance and that tho! States would be left powerless ro cheric :<.

lino between the States of Georgia nnd Florida.! This subject ;i hasp rt."!.:inetlL1 s.5 eiect lu\Ih' retard Tit scttlfijH'iit! nfth.* IJt'nn-: of the term, when capture I i in! the first war and sent gressi"ns on their reserved rights. TIiL oltjeetion wo :nl.tby
sula, am! render the live aril! pts-j.i-ity of oar ciiizri.s as insecure,as ,
of boundary engaged the ntt'jntioii of the United | though Billy and) his ti ito had trot IKVII rimoveJ. I t-tiJcs, Pom! West returned with Col. R ectir recently, civilized and the :arguments of other men, equally patriotic contended

States when Florida was a Spanish province nnd has ever | the well known character cf the! Indians, it is evulr.t! that if permit- ,: christianized. Some of them are rc.respectable planters, own that] the State governments, ever watchful w. :mill
(..] io remain, :\ tlu-y shoul.l, fi cat pnu'cntlnl: n .>lives, M.' tOml) give the alarm whenever anr should be made i.r!
been a fruitful sunrce of disputation between the States oft { negroes and stock of every kind, dressvcll, anil what is ;. attempt ;
lao&!riiitiet for a tint, another war, coding a LravyutInj of taunt- rand
Georgia and Florida until the present period.: Several {jeihaps raluablv li'o, \\iil! l lie the coiiMquencc. ; nbovo all oti! er considerations have experienced and stand the I'V.'en.l authorities to transcend their prescribed I limits;

efforts to adjust the] boundary line ]having proved unsuccessful Now uuuiJ seem the mot nrojstious; time to xirtualljr!! tos o tLe! j i forth boldly acknowledging the gracious influence of the re- m: Acting: in accordance with' this theory, which is sanctioned

the State of Florida length instituted snit in the war 1 ly n"HO\injj the last Ii.diati: : am 11.tat(. 'ITjeir ta&ti.t'ssfshnve \vnlcJ) Religion of our Saviour. Humanity demand there- :[1 by general n age, I, as a co-ordinate member of the general -

Bupreme Com of the United States against the State of In-pn found and tLcir lodges .1 n-t\ |I\'ft\'i..ioIiA\ G druJd!. TL >v fore their: ; removal, as in their present savage hostile state : government "tlf J Florida: io but discharge an unpK-a-
\1. rout
.naMUn iolSy |1/JrslJt"f.J far a time, are worn with l';.tsjjre :lair
t G-orgia which suit was suspended with theie\ if possible i <:is.iiitfO[ !'Y ihe icwitio-i rf a poilion of tiuir uanio.ra :'tl t faiuii-s! f it i i.i impossible ever to offer them the means of salvation j<,I sant but high duty in designating nnne nt' the dangerous

I to edict nn amicable adjustment upon t terms alike an J :1:: i is l tllj! -.icutly l-lif\ed! ti.t! a \'i owl1t (:eamparjn t.otild end j ii ;1 i or t.) instruct ihem in the! arts of civilization. i I, abortti> of the Gi-neriil; Government that ought to be

equitable and honorable to .both. parties. The basis of set renoting t.c! last li.dinii fi urn the 8at I tros-t tLat you Vkiil not |j That they will have ultimately to (be removed by force is i;,'' checked, befi>rc precedent, supported by memer, shall hay.>
&tiaid: : the troops under: yo'.r command, without at l lv att prutctitig '
tlement. as agreed upon, will, in my opinion, fully accoin- i die frontier securely, should you persist in your detnniiutioi cct tu ,[i! not questioned by those who are best prepared to form n I I; fijplatcii; the C":,!tttaton.L.irne .

plibh the desired object and meets with my cordial approbation. 1 : carry on en ofTfUbirevarLre.i I'' correct judgment on the subieef, awl now above all! times : "ii} desiring that your utliberr.tiuns Lucy be underlie

It Hfiotds me, in this connection, great pleasureto t \-t'rJ fE-fl'tett".tn.\", would teem to be the most propitious. In the late campaign : (! guiJanes of a limul! Providence: and that your uctii+ri

state, that both Gov. Johnson and (0\'. Brown %have .j i C:=. (;. I cove, 51. 5. PERRY I I i!: volunteers have found their fa *ncsses and disI! star rud'>ur.'l to the! Laptiirce! ** of the people and} inter''M

I evinced throughout the whole correspondence a most CUl l1 WldilTg fit parlnrei cf PjriJ.:. i! I'f,5rd' them, destroyed their lodges and provisions; and reilaccd 1 i of tlio State,

praiseworthy readiness to adjust this vexed question of j I : them to very great cntremilic", ; and they are tlispiriicd 1| I au, your fellow izc::,

boundary between the States of Georgia and Florida: ;j j However contemptible the number of the Indians may i|, by their losses in killed, captured and by desertion, !1 1i .. S. PEKIIY.JOTJKXAL .

I terms of strict equity. The basis of settlement, as agreed ':j seem, and whatever may be the j jeers at Florida by certain j'j i and would yield. more readily now than if permitted to -- .- .
Congressmen and other at the protracted state of hostili-
upon by the Governors of Georgia and Florida, subject to i : recover from tLeir present straightened condition by a ten- j
i tics with such an enemy: he has proven: sufficiently po\vor- ;;
their] respective Legislature*, was : "To adopt the terminal : j: /
ftsl to the kill the alicsi jcnefiifs and] defeat .;iI
lmj/lf of to
points of the present recognized line as the true terminal ,: j j I my | Of the house of H'rr( l'nttlivl"s <-f the General Assembly .T
| and defy the best disciplined troops of the United States | Florida! the ninth -ession thereof lullt.I"t! the )
at began lIi.J| : ,
the line
p'liutsof boundary to .be Vesnrveyed, corrected i; urging upon your immediate attention the importance of iI i
for twenty-three years, the greater portion of which time '! ia the city of 'i'als't-e! : in the State" ol 1 loiiu'.i.: on 3Iondav: tl.iJv.ciJvsecond : -
1 and marked : Provided, it i is shown by either party that : been in formidable efforts I! providing for the payment cf a debt the Slate owes to many '! cl.'v: '.Novt-filjer, ill the year of our Lord: ore
having spent { to cither '
i the }present line i is incorrect subject to the ratification of ,i { conqntr j ot her citizens who have heroically sufi e r.d privation anJ thousand( eight L ai;::!'C'd and f fifl.r-t'rht;
him force of effect hip] removal I II
t the respective Legislatures of Georgia and Florida | by arm, or b) strategy or | hardships to sustain its credit and defend its borders. Im- : On which day, biiig that lixcvl l hy l tie! Constitution of the Stair
I I diplomacy. The Indians commence..! o:en hostilities in I i iI of Florida for the r'c."Nil1t .>f llitf (:'enerfcl AspniMy, the IIna L i.f .
Tin Legislature of Georgia i ratified the action of Gov. ,J I IS33, and continued them for seven years, at a cost of I!I pressed with the justice and importance of this subject I, by Ileprwentathes was cailvti to order f,y (Ill;:li .\. Cwtlej! C!,'ik r f
Johnson, late Executive of that State, in relation to the i virtue! of "an act to provide for the payment of the debts ,i the louse of Kepr'icntatln's: of the jet (;Jcncrsl ArH-ml.h_ who ;
much valuable life and millions of to the
boundary lino between tho States of Georgia and the !I many money ;,| of the Slate;" approved December 27th, 1830,appointed :Ir. j proceeded to call the roll I.y conntiostcn the follenino i members -

1 State of Florida] by the adoption of the following rc5olu {i treasuryDnriug this seven years war, every great captain i i i Joan: W. Pearson agent to negotiate a loan for the State I appeared, i>reseaed ttir! certificates flf election amid \\'t.'ft' sere-
t of the age, (at difTerent intervals) backed by the flowcr j'' rally sworn Ly C. II. .Aasiiw Justice of time Peace, tiz: I
dons, on the 20th day of December, 1S57 : j, for two hundred and thirty thousand dollars. i
of the regular army, with large and frequent drafts oft: Frost Jackjvii county, Jna1.. I F. InwlX,
t Pearson when last heard from had succeeded '
Mr. in
not Jon W. Itluu\
1 volunteers the best in the world
gallant ( soldiery )
atten.pted ;
DAHV CAt>E.ih : I I'VDUrI I raising the funds. The period limited for the negotiation : lit u. C. ltnnixsnx,
to conquer or remove this contemptible enemy ; butI u Galis'7asd COUIlts. R. II. 31. DAylusos,
= I the loan the of his and Liberty
of terms
1 by appointment -
in the timUfrof ct-Dtmem- ptnJiug in isle Supreme CurL the in drawn ] accompanying .I' 1' J. 31. RirnRii
I I efforts resulted a battle, or suspension of hosI YuLuHa rou11?, ,
of the United State between the State of IWr ida and the Mate of Gc-.rgia : instructions, expires this day, and the result must soon ., G1I' U'mriirtD .
f tilties claimed and the Indians i rsoe ,
I rightfully so as a victory by -
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tonchiug the Lncmlary lice of t'se' two States, we deem it of riach: iuijor ;; be known and will be immediately communicated to the i i J&r.f&u', foveae had Taylvr I.l'CI\. Curst,
I Cine that this rrc.trlletl.III.1 l e sj'ens clitijn, lioii fhoul-1 cease; and \\Junaf, : who refused to submit or remove. A truce was i Legislature. l.')f. H. I'opr
with a jew to the Kttlnnrnl the question, a negotiation has I been progressing ; kept up by the contestants from lSi'2 to 18u5, with the: ex- i Ji CjJm.tz4 c-cmrlr. SnI'lu Itonssr<,
i between tl.c bite Ilxecinhfs of the rfurt-miJ States, the result of I IThesubject C'I'Rt.BCt50
ception cf a outbreaks 5 on the part cf the Indian In KE-OPEM.NG ur THE STLAVE TRADE. :,
which was an agreement "to uooj-t the tirnihi.il poii.U of the jirei'Ciit nvog j 1'onnT: ). D. PEACOCK.TMOJI .
1S33 active hostilities were actually renewed by the Indians of the renewal of the Slave Trade
| having ,j .
sized line n* the true tinninul point' of the lounclnry lii.c! to l l.e resurveyed, I Sasarr f. .' II. HI-NT,
correct<-d and marked: Provide! it l Ii shown l II y tither paity that the present | and in so formidable a manner as to indncu my pre- become a matter of discussion in States holding this species j f D'ut-ct FKLUKBICX C. UAERETT

line is iiKt'rrett;** the agreement aforesaid ling made Pulsed' to the ratification i 1 dcccssor to make an appeal to the patriotism of our citizen of property, it seems to me incumbent 0:1: my position as j JOHN (j. SmiTH,

of the, Logulat urea of the two State"Irt. i I soldiery to rally to the rescue of our people on the frontier, : well as an act of courtesy to those similarly situated, that I Pufnau "., CALAIS (;JiLLi-,
Revolved else Senate and Home lltt Mr.le rfGenrgia THOMAS HUCUEY,
by of 7iVpieniiMlrt f-f Orange
in General Artinbly met. That we do )herel.t, r.:.i\! ii.: aoiivn ci' ll.* ;j who were being stricken down by the stealthy murderous ; I should at least express my opinion in regard to the policy Yolusia Joiix V\. StARKV,
late Executive of this State 1 in accepting the proposition of the Governor of i! attacks of the Indians and scenes of cruelty enacted known l I and expediency of such a measure. i j i Brew,, Jots S. IlKtHMA

Florida to adopt the, terminal point; of the present recognized line na the true :t only in a warfare with savages, and to 1 prevent if possible In the first place, the advocates of the measure proposed Sir.: \\ILLIA.H W. SLO.NK presented an informal certitlcate. wflection
terminal) poii.tsof the l"'iin<1nr line, and will r.gnrJ. nJI'l't And net the I ( ns 4prespntatI\e: from Sumtcr countr.On .
1 upon I the abandonment of that of State
interesting portion our I II
1 I arc met at the thrcshhold by laws and treaties that must be mction of Mr. BUEETTIr.. WIIITIICLD Was called to the
present line AS run and renized between those |"oh't; as the ftottled boundary I
Ilf the two Stateor will so rte 'gnize and adopt any other line between l i i to the Indians. I repealed and annulled before our peopie could, consistently ;!| Cliair.

those point which may Le owfrtaiiud and lal.lNi.d' on a resurvey ti j i Tic appeal 1 as was expected, responded: : to most with inditiduil security or public faith: embark in such an ,; 'Ilwre bfiiig no qconiai prererf: on motion the House adjourned

and marking of the boundary, provided iid lioundary> i i. made i: promptly] and the] requisite number of companies gallantly] i. enterprise. That the nations with which the United States I| tn.til to morrou II cock _\. M.
1'y virtue of law und by the joilt fiction of the States aforesaid, i,
i 1 marched to the rescue. But t for the prompt, continuous, I have subsisting treaties for the suppression of the Slave i j .
2d. Be it further rt olrtd. That should it be deemed essential or iinj ortnntl 'I
>y cither Mate to hiive, the boundary line between the tt'nuillll1tiuh of the I 1 and efficient service of the] State troops during the years Trade, would agree to annul them, no one who is at all informed I i

t present ini'guizfd boundary re urve\ed and re-rnarVed, the (;O\.rUl'r of t i J SS and 1S5G, South Florida would ]have been depopulated. on the subject, can for a gioment believe. But grant iI j Tt.ISDSO'f'mLer: 23J 1858.

this State I ii Lereby anthniized to npj-o'nt! a to.npettut son cvor, to join .i.j Too much praise cannot be awarded to the gallant: volnn- I that the powers of Europe, who arc parties 'o these treaties, [: Hie: House met piirsiKiut to adjouniment.
each surveyor on the part of Florida, to run ort anti mark diMinctly TIt roll being called Fiy counties, lie following members appeared -
i I teas fur the prompt manner in which they responded to : would consent to their abrogaton:! there would remain still i J iI
the other terminal l.crein indicated
each a line from one to point to be and took their scatsiz:
Inown as the line and wtllfd boundary between the t".u Stale 1 the Miriejor the call of their country, and periled their lives in the cause I a mightier obstacle at Lome. I du not alludu exclusively to ': Frosi Iiullwzcounly, SKILL J. 3IcKi>>ox.CLAKK .

on the Imrt of Georgia to be pnid such compensation as may be dvtcituircd humanity, and it is ]humiliating to know that by rank I the fanatical sentiment of non la"choJdingtates; this an | Washington county, SlIAR'LE E\\ ,

on by the present or any future -gil.itorc. injustice, not one dollar of the hard earnings of 'this arduous I united south might disregard or defy ; but unhappily for us Holmes CEOXSO>,
3d. And It it further retolrtd. That the Governor of this State shall BO Jadson" JUAC C. Roazcsoz.
service had been paid them. The presence of the volunteers i we arc not united. On the contrary, in all of the Southern Joim W. McC'KARV,
eon a* the same shall have l passed both branches of the present General
.\ :' nbly, trunsniit a cirtified copy to the Governor of F1 ri.:1.. enabled the citizens to make a stand in defence of States, there arc large masses decidedly opposed, from motives Jous 31. F. EBWI>, .
I their }lives and property: and to retain every inch of ground of policy, to the re-opening of the Slave Trade. u RosEHr D. :3Ir."c,
would respectfully recommend] that the General Assembly .
Gathdcn and count-a R. H. M. D.tv tuso:,
then occupied, and to carry the war into the enemy's country. Impressed with these views, I would! deprecate the agitation I Liberty
concur in the settlement of the boundary line on ,\RCIIIB\LD
True it accom-lisbed sacrifice. of exciting in its nature, and so fraught I 1
at subject so
: was a heavy I a D L. hcxar.
j the basis as airreed upon by the Governors of Georgia and %
;, South Florida has been for several years virtually a military with mischief to that portion of the confederacy which has .. Leon county, ResEaT C. W'ltLIAMJoil" !,
Florida and ratified by the Legislature of Georgia; and B. ( ,
The ploughshare of the husbandman has been sympathies. I entertain no feeling of sickly I tALCKAITH
camp. m) strongest
that suitable provisions be made to have the boundary i T. ';. BSEVAKD,
converted into the sword. this subject-far from it. My whole 1
sentimentality upon i JOSEPH B. CmUSTff
line re-surveyed, corrected and marked b} a joint commission -
1 m life has been in slave States, and an experience of t .. \Vakulia T. J.'I.. IticmAKDSU
'.-t of the States of Georgia and Florid] Agricultural pursuits if not wholly abandoned, have of spent up- comer, ,
nccessitv received but ]little] attention, and every branch of i wards of forty years, added to a close observation of the I Jfficrson Gr.OUGE'J1ITTlELD
INDIAN AFFAIRS.AVhen i. industrial pursuit has been paralyzed. The burden of (! general treatment of slaves in the southern States, cnfirms I D.\:IEL' B. BraD,

I entered upon the duties of min}' office, I found the war, both physically and pecuniarily, has been borne j I I me in the opinion, that had we the ability to import and t Madison, fafaiKttc and Tcylv, Lrcirs A. Cm acU. r

that the StAte had in the field in the United States service, by that people ; I1c1rlyal1 who were able, were underarms, continue in servitude all the negroes of Africa, they .would I \'. II.Corrr.s l'01-E, _f'. "
C. C.
1 a Regiment, under the command of Cot Rogers, and ten i and the] greater portion of the capital of the country has: be most unquestionably benefited. No people on earth are Hamilton county, JODY "2111'. .t

t, independent Companies. Tho Secretary of War anthorizcd been absorbed HI furnishing and relieving the pressing more degraded than the African negroes, under the absolute] ., Columbia K. :31. D. PI COU.

,C/ol.}. Loomis to make a requisition upon the Governor wants of the troops without having been re-imbursed. sway of their chiefs. In their native country they are the STEPSKSFranUin ROBCKTSpC

of-Florida for such troops as he might deem proper to Comparisons are unpleasant null not introduced hero withtodiparage subjects of slavery in its most cruel and unmitigated forms, I II I'.lIA r.al"'p

E "u"J'1. the vacancies of those whose tvrnu of soviets were the slew I the merits of the regular'I1icr ; but I without any of the ameliorating influences which charac- SEE 'SECOND PAGE! .


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