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: December 18, 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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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, FLA., DEOEMBER 18, 1858. :QL.rtJftB5ionnL X--TO.] 5!. '

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-pr (CI1tbS.iic1Aiuri. -------I profrssional tub gusto Qnrb&RECENT iior; 1,400,000 Acres of Land. IotrsE: : : P OCEEDINGS.0 presume the most importa 'question is.doesthe. conflict exist

from the of the cf ,
I to waters
point divergence Tampa Bay It
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= h Judicial Sale of Land.
TIte authority of the Florida Railroad Company to build tike.road j'"iI

: i George Garr and others, House, Monday, December 13, 1858.-Mr. Ingram, from the I from the point of divergence the waters of ,Tampa is claimed to

-A 1 D- O. -**. I State of Florida, Committee on Corporation, mad" the following report : be derived from the act to amend the act_ incorporating' the- said :
VBALJRS,; I ( I D ORTAOTDISCOVERY. Lwis; Curtis: ana Nathaniel}We.ternJudieia1Cir. The mmitte on Corporations to whom was recommitted bill I Company, approved 14th December, 1855. There is nothing inJhis :
Trustees of the
Thurston cuit in Franklin
DRUGS, PAINTS, -:0:0-: Apalathicola Land Com I In, Chancery.pauy co. to be entitled an act to incorporate a Compiny to construct a Railroad act that I can discover which conflicts with the bill referred to your I

DR. LEWIS and others. from a point on the Florida Railroad' in East Florida to Tampa Committee, unless it l! determined that all exclusive.rights and-bene .
MEDICINES) ti OILS I Bay nndt'r the style of the Florida Peninsula Railroad Cotfrpa- fits fc'f.the Internal the of said '-
/"VF this city, has introduced into his practice the PURSUANT to a decree made by the Hon. J.J. Improvement act are. by terms the. -
inform their riendft and the public \S recent and Irrpjrtant: discovery of the application rrndered in this cause, the undersigned ny for the purpose ascertaining the opinion of the Attorney Gen. first sectionuncqqdonahiy\ conferred on s-iid Company. I am, .-
WOULD 00 handagoot tJ] assortment oft uc of theELECTtO Receiver, appointed by the said Court will eral in reference to the constitutionality of said bill, beg leave to however inclined ic Ice opinion tbtt the real intent of the first sec

articles as are generally kept In their line of business MAGNETIC MACHINE, sell by public Auction on the first MONDAY in REPORT tion of the amended act was simply to grant to the Florida Railroad
A. D. 1859 in the of :
|id will be receiving regularly! fresh supplies. Theii by which! means a current electricity is passed January the Lands belonging to the said city APALACHICOLALAND &paachicula Company the privilege of building their road to the waters of it

erms shall: be reasonable! through the tooth at the time of extricting, prod COMPANY l linE io the Western Judicial That they have referred said bill to the Attorney General and TAmpt: Kay, and that if .they desired the exclusive privileges offered .:
Tallahassee,_April_9th_ 1853-_ 14. ciug a local Anesthesia, and so avoids the use of have obtained his in reference to the constitutionality there Jaw ,;
._ ._ __ Circuit of Florida with tha exception of the Town opinion in the Internal Improvement tli'jftrast conform to-the conditions -.
Dr. Miles H. Nash CHLOROFORM OR ETHER. lots in the city of Apalachicola. These lands include of, which opinion is herewith reported to the House together with and adopt the course which only secures them to other companies ..
He has applied it in a number of cases withenti every description of Soil Timber, and quality to be said bill. because to come under the Internal law is
orriKS HIS raoresKioMAL SERVICES TO THE nTtzENK 0. 'nec.',.. All agree that they experience little or found in the State-the Sea Board offers good Fish TILLMAX: INGRAM: Cfarman.! Improvement .
TALLAHASSEE SCIR0ITNDIGC0UNT&Y. Mix in the extraction. eries. TIle Soil is of every grade, property offers : come under its conditions as well as its benefits. In thi i.opinion I, ,

OFFICE with Dr. M. Nashimmediately l eastof the July 10. 1858.. 28-3m every inducement to this disciiption! of buyers. mayjbe mistaken, but I am disposed to believe it to be most in accordance .
e. ----- --- -------- -- These Lands form part of The Forbtt Pur,fate," .ATTO" FY GEXHUJLU' OPTICS, ) with the intention of the law. ,

May 19 1855.: 20MEDICAL 'I and are sold for distribution, by the decree of the TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 10, 1858. ] What, among other things; is required by the Internal, Improve '
---- ----- -- -- ------ B. A. F AHNESTOCK'SIVERMIFUGE Court of Chancery.Tlie Ho*. Mr. I.XORAV, ment set to prevent another road from being built laterally! The

NOTICE. Islaudof St.James has a front' of twenty miles Chair'n Committee on Corporations'; House of Represenlalires : most prominent requirement h the filing plat of the route in the
-0- nn the Sea, and affords safe bea'thy and pleasant
Drs. Robertson & Bond I Sea shore residences. The Islands of St. George and SIR-You communicate to me a resolution of the House of Representatives office of the Secretary of State. No plat of the route from the

A SAIl AND SDBI ftZMICT P01wcILM Dog Island, also form part of his property.An by which the Committee on Corporations are instructedto diverging po'nt! .to pedar Key to the waters Tampa Bay has beJ1.
HAVINW funned a co partnership in Ihr prnclic I almost inexhaustible supply of the forest pine obtain the opinion in writing of the Attorney General, whetherthe tiled, as required, in t the cfHce of the Secretary of State. Whil.t, '
profession offer their services t< she cit S"
izeus of Tallahassee and surrounding country.> M CHILDREN AND ADULTS, INCLUDING. timber, suitable fur Masts and Spam and a general bill to be entitled an art to construct a Railroad from a pointon therefore the Florida Railroad Corrpany, may be entitled to build

C3F:: Office over the Store l lately occupied by Bet TAPEWORMS. I timber of business the is found rivers on the that banks form and in the vicinity the FIorM! Ra'Iroad. in East Florida, to Tampa Bar, under the their road to the waters of Tampa Hay under authority of the
ton tt lIi gs. I BRAIL PBICK 25 CIS.rtETAKCD the Sea througb numerous" The Forbes Purchase au," besules: to a style of the Florida Peninsula Railroad Company," in any of its amended charter they are not, in my opinion, entitled to the benefit:

JFeb.J28.T87_9 tf __ AD lOUt IT TEl,oU profrtttfrt, variety of rare timber; such as Lire; Oak.Cedar Jumper provisions does or does not conflict with tho chartered rights or priv. of the restriction against the building of a lateral road, and hence I
Ash, White Oak nd of other conclude there is of the bill referred Commit
ET BARNARD: ) Jr. B. A. rAHNESTOCX Co.I PltUbarrh Pa., Bay Cypress, f Hickory.The ileges any company. no provision to your :
*a D f PhU.delphik Pa.,. city of Apalachicola i is on the Bay of the saiie Irrespective of Jhe Internal Improvement Act, have been able to lee which conflicts with the chartered rights of any other Company..
WILL CONTINUE Tin: B. A. FAUMESTOCK,HULL (Jo..New-YorkCl&J: name at the mouth of the Apalachicola River. Asa discover no conflict between the rights proposed to be granted by It may not be c nadere! ...amiss: for me to add, in view of what.
I) RUG & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,51 CLIFF ST. Cotton Port it is third in point of importance on those has been said in reference the Iftha! !
MEDICINE BUSINESS I the Gulf of Hfxix, and ranks next to Mobile. The the bill in question, and already granted to any corporation to se ton, that, in my opinion,,
t AT THE OLD STAXD, titaNor j I Buy of respectable dealers only I Apalachicola River, with its confluence with the heretofore chartered. Is there any conflict by virtue of any of the any other Company proposing or undertaking the construction of

,Examine the Initial of the name to be sure poe gel UM Chattahoochee, Flint, and other streams, extendi: ftto provisions of the Internal Improvement Law t To determine this the line from Tampa to the point of divergence to Cedar Key oq. :
i Only G.nU4 B. A. TmmaCK'u: TiiMirooill I the interior four fire hundred miles drams the Florida Railroad under the Internal
m I or and the queston! it becomes necessary to examine provisions bearing the Imprdtetneht laic, would
TUE MORTAR, LIVELY finest Cotton Tobacco fid Lumber Districts in Ala upon it, ascertain their meaning and learn what rights are intendedto not be entitled to the benefits of the law on such part of the line as
AMES & bam, Georgia and ,
be "in of construction under "
l be secured. charter.
may progress a previous
Sole Agents fur Tallahassee. Bay of palarhicola has recently tecome a
Corner of Clinton and Monroe t8Tallahassee. April 10,1858. 15lyBIEDICAL point of increased interest' from the discovery by: the The fourth section of the Internal! Improvement act, in prescribing I am, very respectfully, 6tc., i : -

-January- 19.1856. 3iIEDICAL ". officers of tile United States engaged in the Coast the improvements to be aided from the Internal Improvement Fund, v M D. PAPY;

NOTICE. INOTICK. Survey of a new Channel leading into it. Professor declares, a line from Amelia Island on the Atlantic, to the waters :aFLORIDA

-0- Bache, of the Coast Survey reports from "twenty- of Tampa Bay in South Florida, with an extension to Cedar Key : j:
A. rEELER..J. C. BATE. Dr. Win. F. Shlhfe; one to" twenty two feet water in this Channel at low in East Florida." as among them. RA rr.OAD.E.xaCUTIVI .
tide, which would about
--- -- give twenty-five or twentysix -
orrcaa HIS rROFESSIONAL 6EKV1C TO THE rcBLic.Drs. The fifth section declares That the several Railroads now or-
Drs. Peeler & Bates feet at high tide. This makes Apnlachicola the :
/ VFFICE adjoining that of Gamble & Betton. best Port on the main land on the Gulf of Mexico ganized or chartered by the Legislature, or that may hereafter be : DEPARTMENT, i f.

11.\ Medicine: associated and Sunrerr themselves, respectfully in the practice offer VMay 8, 1858. 19-ly except Pensacola and fully equal to it. Anothercircumstance chartered, any portion of whose routes as authorized by their different : Tallahassee; Dec. 10th, 1858. ] :
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their services to the Public in the treatment of all lUCDICAL NOTICE.Dr. likely to exercise a favorable influenceon charters and amendments thereto, shall be within the line of liny. JoHit B. GAL R'ITJfj

acute as well. cluonic di'easet of all characters -0- Lands Apalachicola surround, is this the sale of,the Forbes the Purchase routes laid down in section four, shall have the right and privilege of Speaker of the House of R prutnlaJir 8: ,.
-they city fronting on coast
Office, Wauleenah, Jefferson co.. Fla. A. BLAKE for eighty miles,and extending into the interior about constructing that part of the line embraced by their charter, on SIR-As soon as a copy of the resolution adopted by the Houw .
Jan. 9. 1858._ %-If the same distance. Those lying in the Middle Cir. notice to the Trustees of tho Internal Improvement Fund of of Representatives on the 7th inst. was communicated to me, I im. :
---- -- --------- /CONTINUES:: to offer Lia Professional Services to giving
R. H. BERRY V-7 the citizens of Ceiitrevili and adjoining neigh cuit are under decree and advertisement of sale, and their full acceptance of the provisions of this act, rfpeeifjing the mediately convened the Trustees of the Internal! Improvement Board 1
borhood. Peeidence changed to CeutrcvilU Office amount in,the Aggregate to about one million four in order that everything calculated to throw the least light the
Auctioneer and Commission hundred thoif!and ars. part of the route they propose to construct ; and upon[ life refusal upon t<<
at hi. residence. embraced in the Resolution should be
The OcUlocknee, Sopcboppy New and Crooked or negJti! of any Railroad Company now organized to accept, with- subjects promptly furnished.
Dec. ?8. 1657. 62-tf
MERCHANT.ALLAnAaaEF1aSept29.15. -_ Rivers all well timbered, fl'>w through these lands in six months from the passage: of this net, the provisions of the The report of Mr. John Bradford special! : Engineer appointed ;

: 39_ GWYNN & HILTON and connect, by tide water through Crooked River, same, any other company, duly authorized\! by law, may undertakethe by the Board of Trustees, to examine and report upon the manner ;!
with the Bay of Apalacdicola and with the Apalachicola of construction and condition of the Florida Railroad, is marked C.
-Henry- :L construction of such of the line as they desire to make
Rutgers part may
a1 Xw
.A.11orX1CYS; ; .
; River and its tributaries, concentrates at this construction under The letters uf Pres'dent Yulee sind chief Engineer Smith are respectively
COMMISSION TALLAHASSEE, FLA. point advantages for procuring every description of and which may not be in progress of a previouscharter" marked D. and E. and the Bradford
MERCHANT I' communication of Mr.
-0- ship timber, naval store a rd A g*,eral lumber busi Under the ordinary and well settled rules 6f construction,
TALLAHASSEE, TLA. D. W. GV'.ln.. B. HILTON ness unsurpassed in the United States. These ad. let us enquire intp the effect arid if..ettt! of this section. It cleat ly in relation thereto is marked F.

---- associated themselves together in the vantages, with the facilities afforded by so fine a harbor extended to all Railroads: organized at the date of its passage, any The Report of Mr. Alfred Sears civil! engineer i is marked G., and

LIBERAL advances made on Cotton or Tobacco HAVING: of Law, will give their joint attentionto and the ready access to the markets of Cuba, New of whose routes were uiiltin the line or routes laid down in the letter of Judge Forward as attorney corroborative of the point
d to his fn-nd lu New York. I all busin'M entrusted to them. They will attend Orleans, Texas, Mexico and South America, should. portion made in Mr. Sear's report as to the refusal of the contractors to set' '
the that of
of under
make the first lumber section four, the privilege constructing, acl"t part
mart in America.
1858. S6 Apalachicola
Sept.4. tir Sent. CflPy. the Court, the U. S. District Court, tnd theCircuit
Supreme (
tie with Mr. LeAngle or a certain of the line of Road which
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nnj also the Circuit The sale is under a Decree of the Court of Chan- the line embraced by their charter on giving ilotice to Trusteesof
T. W. BREVA.RJJ, yTALLAIIASSCE ", I Oouitovf .at \VaJ.lllU Tallahassee, JtflVrcon, .Ideoe. *ml cerv. is unconditional and without reserve.TMJ their full acceptance of the act, specifying the part of the route had been certified as constructed in accordance to the specifications t k .
.At1orX1CY; : a1; ........a, Hamilton Coimtif uir.ee at \.vun-notlse in d On* ,'>>,1 jot 1ha urk... manojr t< *- they prutaat-vw-cwnsttt.; 'V.. .--. .t. d nf rhfl net and urxm which Bonds had been guaranteed,.. .u marked '
paid in cash, the balance in one and ttto ,
ytafi in estimated "
II.u The of
FJ .\. I Tallahassee.: equal instalments, with eight cent. interest from to the benefits of the act, a notice, within six months from its passage cost the Florida Railroad, as furnished by f

April 4. 1S58. 17 _March_ 8.:18-: ._ }10-ly_ __ date ; titles to be ir-ade- by tSie per Receiver when the of their ncceptance, was required to Ins given to the Trus'ees. I Col. G. W. Call, Secretary and Treasurer, about the 1st of Novem- i
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HOGUE & AMAKER last payment is made. But the benefits of the act, in the event the companies then or- her 1857, sets forth the estimated cost, the amount of stock tho ...:
HUGH A. COULEY, .. I Persons desiring information, ether: as to the prop- ganized should decline to accept its provisions and should also decline amount of stock taken and the assessment. which Lad been made .
Law ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS erty or the titles, ,ill apply to the following Solicitors I said. stock, to that time, and is
Attorney at in the to build their toad on the lines of route laid down in section upon up perhaps a more thorough : it
TALLAHASSKK FLA. I AT LA" ''V', cause D. HOLLAND, Esq Quincy four, were intended to be enjoyed by any other Companies which I expose of the afT.wrs of that company than any which has been given \

HAVE formed a co-partnership in the practice of R. J. FLOYD, Esq, Apalachicola, might thereafter be authorized by law. We must not, however, to the public i is herewith communicated and marked I. The

ianu&rjrl'Z. 1857.- S-ly : and will attend to any professional busi- T. J. EPPES. Esq. overlook the restriction contained in this section, that the companies The Resolution requests "the President of the Board of Trustees to, U
bt-ss entrusted to their care. Those desirous of buying; L'ndVilI find K good furnish the evidence which the in his
--Yonge McClellandix thus to be "duly authorized by law" in undertakiug the con- upon suggestions message are
D. I' (
ROGUE--------- opportunity in the Sale of tins immense tract of Land,
based relative to the Floiida Railroad
I : 18 thousands of The Receiver will struction of such part of the line as they might desire to make, are Company, together with all
.A.11o1--X1CYS; ; a,1; X.aaAeTlce __Msyl.J858. _______ including acres. give certificates affidavits and evidence of : J
EDWIN any information in his power to those who write. or limited to such part as "may not be in progress of construction undera every character including: thi :
go to his office at Apalachicola.CHARLES. previous Charier." letters called for in Saturday's resolution .

Office at IAHI.\XX'. I _A11orn.cy; ; ; I.ILLVV I ELLIS, What are we to understand from this restriction! If there was The Resolution is so general in its character as to call forth an .

C. C. YON'JE . . J. F. MiCLEU.AN. Tallahassee, Florida. October Receiver in the above cause. any company then chartered, "any portion! of whose routes was amount of matter requiring considerable time and labor in copying. ..
-March 13,-188.- -----11tfBeni ------- I : practice in the Circuit Courts of the Mid. I 23.1858. within the line or routes laid down in section four," they derivedthe which completed, is herewith submitted through you to the lions I
WILL -- ---
F. <{ District and the Supreme Court of this right to build their roads, not from the Internal Improvementact over which you preside. ,
Young, 'I State, and( the District Court of the United States,at Notice.ALL but from their charter. And so in all other cases. Copies of certificates of several of the Engineers of the Florida' f

@'TII JJ1ll) : IT A\ fu W] Tallahassee 0.. t J. W Office over the Store of Messrs. persons having claims against the Estate of The Internal Improvement act offered inducements to do that Railroad are herewith communicated, and several affidavits corroberativfl .
< Felkel, deceased late of Leon
county of the same marked A. These certificates show the I
ANIJsoLicrrou I Jan. SO, 1858. 4 are notified to present them to the undersigned administrator which thfir charters authorized, but did not require an acceptance '
15 EQrm.'VILL -- -- ---- within the time prescribed by law, or of its provisions as a condition to the exercise of the right confer- work of different kinds done on the Florida Railroad between the

"\ praetic in the Courts of the EII@terntt.1! A. J. PEELER'SrLAW they will be barred; and all those indebted are requested red )by the charter. To induce the construction of roads on the Fifty and Eighty mile stations subsequent to the 18th day of Au

\. t of Florida and the Federal Court I, & COLLECTION OFFICE to make payment fmmediatelv.JAME3 lines mentioned was the_ object. If the roads were built without an gust, 1857 ; when and where done and by whom and the prices paid. ,

(OFFICK: AT OAlSSrlLLK ALACBCA COtSTT.) J.. BARNEAdmtr.vember acceptance of the provisions of the act, the design was accomplished, for said work. The certificate of Engineer F. L. Pitney "that the-
: 6, 185!: 45-8w
REFERENCES: IT STAIRS IX THE SAME BCIIDIVO AND, OPrOSITt and there could be no reason to desire another company to build a Florida Ra'Iroad! Ca!rpany have graded coqtinuonJy! thirty rnjle of

CArT. .1. J. LTCAS, 1 THE DOOR OF TIlE FXOKIDUN JOtKNAL OFFFICE. part of the road already constructed or in "progress of construction their road (rclrd F Femanditia, addition to.tho Fifty, certified: Id

Cot. J. D. AIKEX: V Charleiton, S. C. ; Practice in the Circuit Courts of Gadeden, Notice.Six ," and for that pnrposd to obtain the aid provided from the Internal by me on the 5th of May i857, upo'n which said Fifty piles the iron

PRA..ER JAMES S. Tallafiatser
June. ft.'57. Jo.\cs 2.1WILLIA1I Flo. atteAd promptly to the collection of note and accounts and vouchers to the lion.Judge: of Probateof and unnecessary to carry out the object and design of the Legisla- to the following specifications, to wit,"die.,and also the affidavits of
in any of said Counties. Jefferson county, as administrator! of the Estate of President Yulee and tout; of the Directors of the Florida Ra IroadCoin'p
Feb. 27. 1858.\ 9-lf _ B. Loeb lat' of said county deceased, and ask for a ''are1 jof '
SCOTT, -- discharge from said administration. ence, ((1 f co'nclude) the provisions r restraining any company'j ,duly n.1..that the necessary quantity.indquality iron for laying'
ATTOlrlKISY: ATT !LAW t :::: t.Copyist. : QUXNN", E. E. BLACKBURN Adu.fr. authorized by law, in undertaking the construction of such part pt thirty two'miles of the track of said road in addition to the Fiftymiles.afrtady

MONTICELLO, FLA and Accountant, November 13, 1858. 4&-8m! the line as they might desire to make, to such parts as "may not be' laid,: baa been purchased and is understood and be : .

Jjly 30,1853. 30 tljan OFFR8 HIS SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC. in progress of construction under a previous charter." The Legisla. lieretf n < by me to be within the jurisdiction ,of the State,"&c.,ia markedfro'rpojxm

ture neither designed to place the improvements they had in view .
Notice.O the' ilai \ whe-t
FLOYD & "HOLLANDT"Attorneys October SO, 1858. 44 i I entirely at the will of the several companies by permitting them by Florida road was laid to the 02 mie'poiut .
IX months from the first publication of this no- non-action to postpone their accomplishment beyond the specified the above estimate was furnished. '
at Law. | Lice the.undersigned executrix of the last Will aid I in messag'e t lo the General Assembly!' "whether the report .::
James D. Galbraith time nor did they intend, it seems to me, to offer to injure such _say my .
practice in the Circuit Courts of Middle and testament of the late Henry Saxon, ceased,
i 6f Lieutenant whether the channel
WILL Berryman was incorrect, or
West Florida, and in the Supreme Court :T1 L :Xl d. Su.r'V'cyor. will present her final account and vouchers to the parts of the roads m should be in progress of construction under
a the State. Also in the District Court of the Uni AND PLATS OF FAftMS, tc, executed Judge of Probate of Leon county. and ask to be dis previous charters, on the lines laid down in section four and matte has shifted or partially filled up from.laDle cause, as is frequently;
cd States,in the Northern District of Florida. TVfAPS ITJwith neatne missed. ELIZABETH SAXON Ext'r. a useless expenditure.To the case is not ttempted to be demonstrated, but th'a ,facs( ..lqeUne; [.

R.J. FLOYD, Office Apalscbicola,Fla. OFFICE opposite Court-house, in building occupied November 13, 858. 46-6m make this point more apparent, I will give an illusttation. to the opinion tbo't not above: eight and! a half ( eto, ( water can

D. P.HOLLAND, Office Quincy, Flo.Dec. by Long
--.!2. 1855._81_ Sept. 11. 1858. 37-ly Miss Johnson, to accept the provisions of the Internal Improvement law two feet" The. eviden upon' which this statement was"

WILLIAM S. DILWORTII, RESPECTFULLY informs the LADIES of Tal- within six months from its passage, as was required. They still, made will be found in the letters of Captains Talbot and Bodfiih,"

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Isabella r ifjjffL Souse, that she baa a> few fashionable under their charter had the right to build the road, bat they would which are herewith aubntre1marked:! K. ( '
BONNETS hand which she will sell at
iKOrriUELLO on Since ip delivered I have received letter
FLORIDA. was a from'j
have derived no aid from.the Internal Improvement Fund. Let us my ssage
reasonable She is also to do all
\T/riLL practice in the Courts of the Middle Cir ALB AN Y ,.WGEORGIA._ kinds of MILLINERY prices. at short notice prepared and reasonable farther suppose that another company had been "duly authorized by Cep rn' Gardner, and I am.dally expecting a* cop pf thereport of

f'"f cuit,and Tuon.s and Lowndea County,Ga .T_-- terms; and solicits a liberal share of patronage. Orders law" to build the road from Amelia Island to Tampa Bay and that the fuVvey of the Harbor of Cedar Key made by Lfeotenant West-

March 22. 1855. 12-lv THE.above of the HOTEL in and Albany:Florida, the present Railroad term-is will be received at Mrs.A. F. MILLER'S, north of tbfe latter company had availed itself of the benefits of the Internal eott; of the.U. S. Navy during the past summer, all of which wilT
Georgia ,
LONG & GALDRAITII, bow open for the reception of the the Female, Academy.Noteniber6.1858. Improvement law. In such a case the latter company would derive Ito sdbmhted as son as received. _
ATTOBNEITS AT LAW, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. TRAVELING PUBLIC. ._-- the aid offered by the Internal Improvement law on all that part The letter of acceptance of D. L;Ynlee! daUl March 6th, 1855

//f A.LOS'G J.B.OALBRAITH hare associ The House rid Furniture ale new. Tb rrcprie- of the line as should not be in progress' of construction by the Flori- addressed to "hit Exc .lenj JaWs E.' Broom' ?; president of tb"

1i.. ted themselves in the practice of Law. They tot,is determined to mate it a da Railroad Company "under their previous charter," but when they Board Trustees; Ac." and the letter ofeore W CsU,* Secre".. -

will attend the Courts in the Middle Circuit the Supreme FIRST CLASS HOTEL, rjhllE SUBSCRIBER late cf BoinoCldgd Hotel, reached that part of the line "and r progress of construction" if tary of the fonts Railroad Company: ,dWf Ang'tnt 21st, 1859,
Courts and the District Courts of the United Georgia having permanently located in Tallahassee -
States at Tallahassee. and hopes by strict attention to the wants oms begs leave to inform the public that be has upon the line laid down in sectrott four, the aid to them under the accepting the provisions of the amendecfCbri, : 'WfCTed Deeeni,

Office opposite the Court House.October Guests, to merit patronage of the Public. opened aFirst Internal Improvement law would cease. There could be no good reason bee 14th, 1855, addressed to "H ie.l1encT. Govorno'rM8.: : P.

28. 1854. L. H. DURHAM Proprietor. to give the aid for so mtrcbr of the line as was already constructed ry" ae marked Land M. 'ii receIpt of Mpun.'initW and q m.
_--T_ _ Albany, Gx, May 22, 1858. 21-ly Class Restaurant, or in progress! of construction. The object of the law in such a ham, in whose hands the Bond of lie Florida Railroad Cbmp'anj

Hanckel & Nowell, on main Street next to Cot Berry Auction room, case would be accomplished- road or that part of it/ would already was placed (or suit, is marked 0. Th''above constitutes the .eri-.

FACTORS, CITY litre he will be alwayi: prepared:furnish Oysters bare txv n built occupied, and the aid offered ectirely un dence upon which the suggestions were made in m'i!th'eusods.
in toe shell by the gallon open to families or indi 22nd November relative to the Florida; Company called
"1ID- necessary. Why give aid to build a load where owi'is already built : Raifrpad ,
.J1WalOD JiWIl viduals. Having made permanent arrangement to
DEMiLLY forth by the House Rvsolation of this 7th inst'Coamrcrf .'.
General (Commission Merchants J, be supplied with Oysters, game in season, and all or in progress of construction t -
respectfully inform the public that he other articles usually found i in a well arranged aCd One of the inducements offered< by the LegTsIatdro to the several h unnWessarj, .
CHARLESTON, Sa WOULD the CITY HOTEL (known as the conducted eating bodM. will be enabled to furnish companies to build such parts of the !line as were within their "char* terj RespwlTullyC. / .. tMJ'S -
*. t. itAJrC u.. E. w. KOWELL. Brown Hotel.) and will take charge on the first of suppers it the shortest ofcUce and in the most im- tered was, that "after the routes indicated had been actually ; PERRt
-.S May next His untiring exertioM: will be used to gin prof ed style. Designing to devote my entire time rOllts.
..mien every description of Produce or full satisfaction to all wbtf fill patronize turn. and energy to this business, I trust that I will receivea surveyed and adopted;atnl a plat! therof; deposited in the office of -.

THEY and will make advance on all .April 24, 1853. 17 hare ot public patronage. the Secretary of State, it should notb be laSrful for any other Rail- (- :)'

) consignments.l Liquors can be obtained by the bottle, but win road to be built cut or constructed in any way or manner or by H { .
AJ1IiI: 11. 1858. 16-ly G.. K. C1JA'R1, under DO consideration be retailed. AUo frsi quality -. any authority whatsoever, rnnnfng fettrally}! within twenty five miles T'itJ..nw ; Fl&nu. June fct;185& .

AMBROTYPESAND segyr always on hand. ,' JAMES ROGERS. of the route so adopted" &.e., &e. .Board of.Trustee* of the Internal. Irtprovcmenl FtmcttGXTTLBXEH .

ATGH dY MAKER October SO 1858. 44 The plat being deposited. in the office of the Secretary of State, -Immediately ariel receiving year Instruction* I

MELAINOTYPES, ; ; all other roads within tylcn .five miles laterally are pr&h'rbited on- went to, Pernandina'wbere G. W.Cal/Esq) ., ose of the officers of

TAKEN BY BAILEY. .-rLc1.: J e'"gO"'e1er" )cs'! the companies have forfeited by non-user all right to the t.e'De1it the Florida Railroad Company.polflelplaeeda! hand-car. and'other

Rooms over Barnard Drug Store. WOULD respectfully,and: the public inform generally the Jcena,that of be Tal-baa j A Gift. with every Book, ot the Internal Improvement act. facilities at my disposal to promote'.,obj.cet my visit. .1f.Ja,'
Rooms hare been U "thoroughly refitted and taken the old stand of J. C. Hall A Co, where he is WORTh FBOX 25 CK3Vtt' f O $100. If the provisions of the bill referred to jour Committee "conflict made a careful examination of that part of thj,r Fli'rida Railroad on

THE* now in excellent condition for the purpose prepared t*repair UIor <* 85 oeIav. with; the chartered ,rights and privileges of any other corporation which the track ha* been, Uld;-I beg leave to* makV U (fellowta
new descriptive e PWctnbraeMaUrger
defitfoeA The Public are invited to talL Watches Clocks, Jevelfy 0 colleelfcM. | aM better variety offtaadsrd. that corporation must be the Florida.Railroad. Company' since thereis report: .. -. .

Oct. 81, 1857 44 Hbtorfcml. Bingraphleal. aaa lUseeOaneou none other that I am avfare:of claiming that the route. authorized My instructions were .as follows- : "To nff&ai d 1 rV
in a .00000m*n-Uke manner, and at the most reasonable BooU this that of any otb r book M to/esUMWnne w rw
White Lead. rates. Persons baying good Watches that, Jail to I la the eomtrr; atoo,contains greeter btCI.nsmes_ &laD by its charier b within: one oY. ;the lines laid dowrt in section tour. the manner in which the Florida Railroad has bee'o'oe *trn&e4'; .'
ran well from having been basUr- repaired, eon rely ever brton offered maUt4ft4 to-. Does the 'conflict exist In-my judgment, there is Done with respect whether rich construction been in
Linseed Bead3irsCaiaiogus.
PURE Extra and No. J. ground in Pure upon having them put right at Lit shop. ........... l J.'V: ABS a 00.. Publishers.I to that part of the line: _from' Amelia Island toward*Tampa,-to thepOUlt act to establish liberal of >-J-. .' -
just received, and for ale by warranted if well useti.' I .....1'Un01I'. f m Broadway.NiT Terk ChZy' a _system fa. n- 4
work .. .
AMESALIVBLY. CiT: Alt ;.:) I.Aagnat'I, 1E68.U : of divergence to. C Key'and thence to Cedar Key. But, I Satr.and t1 b e, difica'icws theretoi' / -
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iaid' 'loridIL -Railroad Compaojr bas failed t mJjy'I;1 the; road; shall bo,""in' all respects conformable the requirement outlays by the contractors amounted to m uc h The Future of the Democratic Party- I of.the reason,'nnd it !1.lY Iec that there will be

with'uld- aCI." I of the 6th sectionof, the act of the General :Assembly of Florida morE than the sum ..conjectured the& agent Florida. a strnf effort made from certain quarters to get _
r There be little doubt that a crisis is now ins out ?the the other. Crowds
It will 1 be proper to consider separately) the specifications contained the Oth day of January, 1855, entitled an act to provide When to that,outlay is added' the discounton can up A.r o one or of
approve in this the bonds it is doubtful real pending over the Democratic party of Florida leading Flbutel are here for the purposed, it i i.
1ft steU"n 0. of Tl)0 act to provide for nod encourage a liberal for.nnd ene.urage, liberal system of Internal Improvements if they'have
system of Internal: Improvements in this State, (or 'the:modification i I' State. i iced a reasonable profit on the w-ork.certai dangerous t its harmony and future well being: believed, of urging on tIe belligerent feeling and

of those specifications'and) to compare the work. as I found it, with I provides for any alterations in the details of construe' I ly not mort. But whether more or less, the and, in view of it, we deem i our duty to utter a some knowing ones thinks that Mr. Forsjtb, late
I Arice.7 of the the bond few words of warning, coupled with the tarni t Minister Mexico, ba some leaning that J t
those specifications or their modifications. might be authorized by law on the application l cost lo Company was $100.000 in t way.
1. Clearing.TIi -first specification, as, modified, requires thai i I Company land I-am satisfied it was not too much, and hope that that Which now .ppnr 1 threaten] g The gt body of onr Sntor and Representatives

*' The line of Koati for'sixty-five (feet from the centre shall be clearedof 'I Thus it will be seen that it was 'the intention of the Company to 'know that i was not in my power to do bet. may not only b averted, be bond of nni decidedly conservative in their ( lng

.standing timber." I found the clearing generally sixty feet secure by their contract, a road conforming in all regards to the requirements ter. I am respectfully, heretofore existing rendered more strong and enduring I upon these questions, and it is not believed tt a

wide each side of' the _centre line, but in places it varied from of the law. I Your obedient servant, war can b* gotten up under any ircumsrne at

fortjr-five to fifty-five feet, and one swamp, some five hundred (feet ol( !,+ The Oth section of the Internal Improvement act orders the specl D. L. YULEE, I It may be suited. as n truth, that, as a genera 1 I i present

the line, was only cleared thirty or forty feet from the centre. I did fcaton of construction, and these specifications furnish the rule for I Piest. Fla. R. R. thing, there 5 is more danger to the permanency 01 f r I 'Prat yes .

find it feet I modifications have been : party growing out of local or Stale issu I ,
in far
hot sixty-five nny place. Companies, except so as may unlnimit. X
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2. Grading.-The second specification, as modified, is in the fol.I I posed by the Company and assented to by the Trustees under tle ''r. { than is in question of a national chn I -

lowing words : "The grading shall be for a single track, except at provisions of the act of December 14th, 1855. 1 I acter. On matters of a Federal nature, there has I t 11'A.tnraGTOX. December 8th, 1838.j .

depots, turnouts and similar places, where it shall be wider if requited The only modification 4pich! this Company has proposed, and I' jlDtihian & Ut1I I rarely been occasion for the Democratic party i In j hu. Etrpiss--Yesterday, while in the house.

of _, Southern State, to divide-divisions, when of Representatives,the joint resolution to abrogated
by the State Engineer, with a roadbed twenty-two feet which has been assented to by the Ttustees, was a substituiion any .

'wide, in cutting, with ditches on each side five feet wide, two and f I 12 feet, instead of 18 feet, fur the width of embankments at grade TALLAHASSEE : they have occurred,being almost invariably cause t the CI.ton and Bnlwer Treaty came up for actionv

half feet deep, and two feet wide at bottom, and twelve feet wide onembankment nc. by local or internal differences. And it i just A 1: A great deal of parliamentary obstacles were placed
at grade line, with slopes of one and a half feet base, The Gth section makes nine distinct specifications. Are their requirements SATCUDAY, DECEJintR. 18, 1858. this pint that danger threatens the Democracy of f i in its way and after Voting repeatedly in various

to one foot'rise ; and ii all fcavlions and embankments'they shall I fulfilled ? -.- _= --c:-- I would be useless to disguise what i; forms on different motions,it was finally referred

be so constructed as to pass f perfect drainage, and not permit an) I. The first specification requires the line of road to be cleared t&" Mrs J.J. VAxSCnAACK ha been appointed agent must be apparent to every intelligent observer, I to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the

standing water to come within three feet of the lower bide of ;' for sixty feet from the centre. t receive Subscriptions, Advertisement," .,for the Flor that 1 state of feeling prevails pregnant with future I L pion. This may be thought by some as only done
whole in substantial and workmanlike found the GO halt Journal, and give In Dam the strife and disaster. The which all love- i for tile of discussion to had
erns!.tic, and the performed a very The :agent reports that ha clearing generally t receipt tie o party we l'ur. permitting b
manner." The cuts are usually twenty feet wide at grade I wide on each. side of tho centre line." rroprletori for the ame.Z3T" whose principles are &ancient as free government f I..ly on its merit, but la afraid. it is equivalent

line, being in a few places twenty-one, but in no place twentytwofeet i He notices some slight exceptions where the clearing was less itself,is threatened with disruption.And for wIld? I to a defeat, a the friends:of the Resolution' were

wide, with ditches from four to five feet wide on top. The than GO feet, but at no so nanow as the limit assented to by Blank*.-\variety printed BLANKS on hand, las anything transpired in the past, or does ani., anxious to have it speedily acted on.
pint among which are JPKOB and STATS CiETmcATE; ,
depth and width at !ot@n of ditches cou1 not bo ascertained, as I the Trustees (which I is thirty feet,) on other parts of SCIIMONS AD BUPOfDUPCM, SlTBFOEtAS, EziCCTlONS, etc_ thing exist in the present, calling for the disseverment ; The President bold message has taken like the

the dopes of cuts were left so steep, spoi banks were allowedtoo j the system. of political ties and the breaking up of the I new of a new triumph by a flUorite General; his
near tho-o slopes so that the sand ha run in and nearly filled 2 The second specification requires .a read bed twenty feet wide, t5P We are requested to that there will Democratic party into favticn i with no objects in I plain and determined views on the Monroe Doctrine

the ditches in many of the cuts, particulatly on the first put of the I in cuttings and ditches 2 to 3J! feet in depth below grade, with -uch I I Service the Catholic "Church say on Sunday next,b at view worthy the struggles of those hose hopes are loudly responded to by the naton.1 yoke.-

Road. But I think the ditches sufficient to drain the cuts, which width as the State Engineer may direct, :tl IS feet wide on embankments I the usual a hour, by the Rt. llev. Bishop Vetol, centre alone in union .and harmony' Ha the l'mo I Congress it apparently determined to work fast

are nearly all sand, and ditches as deep as required in the second at the grad line, with slopes o one and a half feet baseto Catholic of Florida cratic party accomplished its miion> or is the from the evidence exhibited since their opening.

specification are entirely unnecessary, and, in fact, would be injurious I Ito I ono foot rise, and I all excavations and embankments, they shall Bishop I hazardous:experiment to be tried of departing from I Our Representative, the Hon George R Ia kins.I .

the toad-bed in such a dry, sandy part of the country as the line I I be constructed a to hive a perfect drainage! and not permit any --Dnval-----Senatorial--Question----- -- ancient landmarks for the gratification of the has been devoting his whole attention t the Mail

of that road passes through. The embankments appear to have I' standing water to come within three feet of the lower side of the The contest for the Senatorial Seat from Duval, I less and ambitious, who prefer that ruin shall ret pre< I Routes. The IT S. Mail Agent, I Whit Smith, it i

been built of the proper width and slope, with perhaps one or two cross-ties." vail where also on here the To the
between Col. Broward and PI. Baldwin, was deci! they cannot govern and control? on tame bu.inC day prop
exceptions, and they were ten instead of twelve feet wido on top. i The agent reports, .the ruts are usually keenly fet wide ntjgrado lied in the Senate on Wednesday last again tIle I is i: known that there are no dissensions more tl routes were submitted to Judge Hawkins and
Many of the banks are now less than twelve feet wide at grade, but line, being in a few places twenty-one. bitter ; Smith, for their
( en
right of either party to the seat The election has -nojhatreds more intense-than those which! propositions a t change, increased
of the width and have since i The and width of ditches he could not certain he
I tl.iuk they were originally proper depth as says, therefore been sent back to the people. spring up within ones own household The Democratic service, and general proposals for the action
tile rains blown off the winds, and earth has after much of time since made but he "thinks
been washed off by by so lap:e they were of of the
----- i party Sew York divided in 1848, and to They have recommended art
been taken from their slopes| for filling in" the track. From sown I' them sufficient to drain the cuts which are neatly all sand." The .vii. Vernon Address this day brethren of the same political-faith con incr Drprtm'nt serice Apalachicol* to Bainbridge

careless work, either while grading or track-laying, the centio line .The embankments ho states to l lie 12 feets wide at grade." There was a large collection of ladies l and gentlemen tinue the I six times ;
heart week
estranged through suspicions, per a mail six times
; a
and banks of tho (some two miles or The law specified 18 feet but 12 feet was adopted by the other eacl way
of the cuts on one tangents ; at the Capitol], on Thursday last, to hear GenCull's burnings and animosities engendered of the strife 'week from Tallahassee via i ,
moro in length) does not agree with: the centre lino of the track, so roads with the assent of the Trustees, and the same was adopted by in behalf of the Mt. Vernon Association Quincy t Ch"ttbo
ndJre. of that The desire to and dice, thus and
that the ends of cro-s-ties extend tu the side ditch on one side. In I this Company as !utl.itlt, and submitted to the Trustees by tho After prayer by the Rev. Mr. Branch, the down year. at the bottom of promote the unnatural to pull. greatly increased connecting Wa.1ngon your city by
men was a
contest s4nice ; aI" tri-weekly mail
several of the low banks the tops of slumps were left too near the certificate of the Engineer, which stated specifically theiilih: of distinguished orator was introduced to the audience I
and the result has been a breach that from Chattahoochee through the West to Pensaco1.1.
grade line, so that the superstructure rests on those stump, and embankments at grade to be I feet. This modification was regarded F. L. The address s\iJe -
: by Villepigue F. was happily that State, with her enot tons influence I this service and West Florida
great political increasing doing
in the
settled all around them, makes very rough places I as agreed to by the Trustees, an 1 the contractors were not conceived, delivered and received tUo
track. From what I could see and learn by inquiry, I think the I therefore required to widen them. citli eloquently the has become, there is too much reason to fear, I ample jntt( In the South and East, important

drainage of the< cuts and banks very good. The drainage of the cuts and banks the agent says he thinks ,very .ho great applause by to the numerous ltcners, permanently lOt to the Democracy. In 1838Ten I aJltiona service was recommended. Alan
third modified, I that all I' x responded liberally pecuniary requirements nessee was stricken from the Democratic column increased tervice for the Middle through to SaVannah -
as good.
3. Cross-ties.-Specification requires
of the Vernon Association of this I I
the cross-ties shall be delivered on tho lino of Road, and be of hard I 3. The third specification requires that the.}
yellow pine cypress, white, yellow, post, live or Spanish oak, white : yellow pine, lot less than nil,' feet long, with not less than Not the the least interesting of the feature of of the the State occasion within A very few years that she has taken her; I i citizens of the different counties Wow Tallahassee

or red cedar, and not less than eight feet long, with not less than nine inches lace and eight inches in thickness, and shal be well was presence l'uIis Semi position again in the ranks of the prty. Virginia j were reported on ivorably. The Department re

ci"ht inches face, and sen'l inches in thickness, and shall bo well and carefully bedded and laid within two Mid a half rom cen nary, nearly two hundred in number, of both sexes: ., is now threatened with a similar catastrophc. Ii | ceived} the proposed e changes and views of our Rep

and carefully bedded, and laid within two and a half feet from centreto tre to centre." marched. in precession through our streets, presenting that State, the Democratic party-the same party i! rentativp and the I.i Alent. and I am

centre." On the first three or four miles of the track front Fer- The agent imports, .that the tio, with the exception of perhupi one of the most animating and beautiful spectacles that withstood successfully the political tornado of that all increased service wi b published in the

nandina, three-fouiths of the ties are sawed, and are, perhaps 1 a little I half a dozen on each mile, are fully up to and over the required dimensions of the kind of Inch we have any recoleton. 1840 and that has never permitted the electors I' next Ictticg out for bid*.

less than the required dimensions, but not enough to make :male- and that taking them as a who'e, they are an excellent lot vote of the proud old Mother of States and of An additional monthly trip to Havana, from the
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rial difference in the stability of the track. Tho remainder of the of tie<8." The communication Statesmen" to b given to any other than a Democratic V,S. Mail Steamers now carrying the mail from New
"Jefferson which is
ties, with the exception of, perhaps, hslf a dozen on each mile, are I Ho excepts three or four miles on Amelia Island, where there being I published elsewhere in signed Floridian, Presidential candidate-has recently been I Oorleans to Key West via our port, will also ill
fully up tn, and over the required dimensions ; and taking tl'l a a i no tie timber, sawed ties had to bo mos'ly used, where he says attention. \Ve todays the w attract convulsed by a bilter canvass, through the press: advertised for. You can have no ides of the immense '

whole, they are an excellent ht 1 of ties. On some pacts the ; the sawed ties are perhaps a little I less than the required dimensions ; I apprehensionexpressed :.1 on the hustings, of the personal merits of one mass of labor performed in this revision for

curves, approaching Trai Ridge, the cross.ties are more than two t but not enough to make :material difference in the stability of the ,I the of by the our coresrnJent of an intention on man, and if the party be not irreconcilably divided !i enlarged service, the whole mail arrangements of

and a half feet apart, being frequently three feet from centre to ;t track." I part Lgi.Iture s legislate a to weaken in consequence, it will only be because the ralying :| Florida, unless you'witness this work going on .

centre. The cross-ties have not been well and carefully bedded," I The distance of the ties is allowed to be as required, oxcef t .upon public confidence in the value of the guarantee cry of former years, PRINCIPLE *, SOT MEX/ I I have done. Every effort has been made t in

but, on the contrary, have been very badly and carelessly bedded, : some parts of tho curves :approaching Trail RlgE." 'Jlis.s I given by the Internal Improvement Board on the has been allowed to take the place of a personal,! I cr\'ns our mail facilities. and I am happy to state,

as on examination I found many ties with no bearing on the roadbed ,, wel as what is said by (tho agent respecting the bedding of bonds of the several Railroad Companies operating and therefore dangerous wrangle. with success, and now that the election is over, I

except from one to two feet at each end, there being a Ion, explained and answered in the enclosed statement from Captain I under the act of 1855, will prove to b 'ilhoutfoun.l These effects! of internal discord elsewhere arc I hop that. this faithful service will not be called *

vacancy under mor than half the tie. In l many places the blowsof : Smith. I ion. There are loo many friends of our I cited to sliow the danger of permitting our 6lrif.sto ]

the hammer in driving the spikes have settled the tie from a half i But to exhibit the care with which these points were guarded in I Railroad enterprises in both Houses of the General I degenerate into a mere warfare of faction response I

1 to one and a half inches which would not havo been the case had 1 the contract, I give an extract from the contract under which the Assembly, it seems to us, to permit any action, To what extent personal feeling has entered into I when they hear of some great service performed.

the'lies been hedtd. The whole track has the appearance of ; i is executed, viz : even if such were desired, hostile to these great interest the differences i SOL
wel trck.laJing : existing among-u, we shall] not in-
Some of the rails and workmanlike tho ties to K The.inti'nation thrown i i
bavin-a been in a and hasty manner. I, track in a good manner, I out by"JdTeron"thtt quire. That such feeling does exit, to sump -
have been Ilent Let none are materially injured. The road is very ,:,' Ltt well and firmly embedded in the talth, two and one half feet from Middle .Florida, should such legislation be h highly probable, and it is from the length deg i WAIMH.NCTOX. December 10th, 1858.

rough, but roughness is not owing altogether to the manner of rentre to centre, and on : level with the grade given by the Engineer Lad, will seek a union with the Main Trunk from which this feeling be carried, and the certain i i Mesas. EDITORS-Since my last informing yon of

lying the track, as from the rapidity with which the work has pro- ,; of the Company. The iron rail to he neatly fttt.d on the cross- Savannah, or some point on the Georgia line, we con to flow may from it, that danger to the I the increased mail service for Florida, proposed for

grossed the company have been compele to lay the track on "green ,i tie to a gnigeof five feet. The hairs to be on tho cross-ties believe will be found to express the almost unanimous I future"qneneci harmony and of the by the lion. Ceo S. Hawkins and M. Whit Smith,

banks'vhich banks, too, are very sof and yielding material, so as to present a uniforn level surface of iron, and in no case hal desire of our people, should the contingency I success Democracy maybe I the C. S. Mail Agent, I hare obtained rtliallt information -
I inferred. To this
unerringly avert danger, ,
and have not taken the necessary pains to keep up" the tra( k. the ties he permitted lo swing by the spikes when the track is ready happen to which he refers. Middle Florida has the that the Department have approved of
considerations of and \
4. Water-trays and Ditches.-The requirements the fourth specification to be received. In lajing down the iron, it is to be so arranged as I ito gone too largely into the railroad work to stop II highest duty patriotism I all the suggestions and recommendations made by

arc a< follows : At all water-ways sufficient space "hal be : break join's as nearly equal as the length of iron wi prmit. the I now ; and if"State aid" is to be renJt.m ignoring,at.ltfn of ludlltTS all mere about personal WHICH i aaul ..nt1",__ pea .1.. J-r-1.1- f. -.1
left fair tho nnbstrotc picaag.of lvoi.e, ..H at.U rent"r i6. j i Iron rml 'v to, ovvivxl Of Inlttg "t"h i., such .... LJu- wdrth, either by diverting the upon which fecKag V servicw will be published at an early date. It only
security there
line of the Road where side ditches can bo cut that will carry off j gineer of the Company may direct, the joints of rail to be perfectly !, the bonds rest or by such legislation; in other respects due may a diversity of opinion. This much i remains with our own citizen, who apply for contracts
be constructed by, the Company." As true and level, the one with the other: rail." I to impartial justice and to> important interests
the surface water, they 8h:1 a will inevitably depreciate their \lul. the to make their proposals for these different
examination and ;inquiry (as it was 4. The fourth specification declares that at all bufli- which may b affected by a contrary Curs. Besides -
well as I was able to ascertain by waterways I Middle will be compelled to seek a Georgia con- route! in such manner as to meet the approval of
while Iwas I was compelled to depend to a : space shall be left for the unobstructed of water ; and there ia no occasion for personal reelng.I .- theDq
l passage
dry examining nection. could not in tint artmentriiaving
quite cent I SIll event go on with > II just regard to a fiiir eom'I
there sufficient left at the line of the road where side ditches be cut Questions of fact only present themselves, and
think can
the latter,) I was space points on her I
extent on road East and
great to pause where she would be pensation for the proposed service u exorbitant
for the free passage of water at all times, and sideditches will off the surface water, they shall be constructed by i these should be elucidated and passed upon with-
tha ruinous
all carry and descved
waterways I suicidical. A connection with our prices will meet: the rejection W the De
had been cut where It was found necessary: to carry oft' the i, the Company under the direction of the State Engineer. .sitter State would be the only. resource left. lout regard to the desires and hopes of partisans, ohe {.ailment Our State at tin time occupies high
water. The culverts (which are with one or two exceptionopen | Thegent reports that he thinks there was sufficient space left at way or the other. In no other spirit o\lgh the
Burfacc f
\Ve do not understand "J opposingthe position with the Government, and there seems to
wooden culverts) are well framed and of good timber but in j ill \\ater-\\ajs for the free passage of water at all times, and side I terln" a examination of these vexatious questions to be gone
recommendation of Gov. that be disposition on the of the officers of
of them there is want of attention shown in the foundation. i ditches have been cut where it was found necessary to carry off the I Perry provision into, and in no other way can a satisfactory result I every part
( be
many made for the appointment of a Director in the the Government to advance her interests wherever
them in in laying track, it seems that there was I surface water. be reade Bringing to the determination of these
or "
And in
putting board of Directors of the Railroad claiming consistent with her utiel. bOL.
not sufficient allowance made.for settling of banks, so that there i ida I 5. The filth specification provides "that in the crossing of all the benefit of the Internal companies mater therefore, 1 disposition of this kind, and .
Improvement law. a
considerable lise and rou h places in the track at every culer. i streams, the bridges shall be constructed according to plans npprovd I there will be every reason to expect that whatever
A nivaeure of that kind we Railroad and the LeartslAture. t
5. Bridges anf Trestle Work.-Fifth specification requires by the State Engin-er, and over all streams that are navigated, 'I do not think, however, regard that the as State judicous1e dangers may now threaten the peace and harmony EDITORS A day spent at the Capital Juring tMiaiiis.
"in tho crossing all streams the bridges shal le according i suitable drwas shall be jut in to admit the passage of boats or ves- can force of the Democracy of the State w'i not only be dispelled {
I it Company. The charter of cash the past v eek, satisfied me that there is a disposition
t to plans approved by the State Engineer, and over all I Eels; usually navigating the same." upon any pint but the r.inbo.of promise again appear in *
out the mode of Dierctors and among not 1 few o. the members of the
i appointing ,
streams that are navigable, suitable draws should bo put in to admitthe I Tie agent is not understood to deny that the plans of the bridges our political sky. That such be the end of all
General to tinker with
ta. legislation
mode cannot be altered without the Assembly past
passage of boats or vessels usually imigating the same, to be i were approved by the State Engineer, nor that suitable draws have I consent of the our differences, we arc sure, fervent wish of fctttfncd
the of Railroads, and I home
stockholders. Should these decline the on subject
decided by the State Engineer." Perhaps the letter of the Internal been put were the law required. proposition every man whose love for the Democratic party i is
there would ben end of : with a foreboding that a blow is impending over
the Still
Act has been carried out in the construe ion of Bridges G. The bixth specification provides that_the guage shall bo as greater than his love for strife. I
the measure i. so just and reasonable, and well interests of vital importance to Middle Florida, a<
that has been violated. .
and Trestle work, but I think the spirit act brmly five feet. uni.1 8 -
Section 31 of the above act authorizes the Company to issue Internal The agent reports that tho specification has been complied calculated to command the public approbation, we Affair In MCII4.. I well a* to other portion of the State. You knows ,

Improvement Bonds to the amount of one hundred thousand i I 7. Tho seventh specification provides I that the iron rail shall I cannot doubt for a moment but that it would be I we are to place any reliance in the latest intelligence I gentlemen, that when the Legislature met in 18:5:5.it ,

dollars ((8100,000)) .for the structure necessary to cross from tho weigh not less than sixty pounds per lineal yard and bo of the best accepted generally. \Ve observe In the proceedings from Mexico, the Zuluag Governmentmust found certain lines of road projected, and com-

west side of Nassau river to Amelia Iland." it,being doubtless intended I quality of iron, and well fastened to cross.ties with the best quality of the louse on Tuesday, that an amendmentto soon tumble t pieces. Thl arbitrary treatment i panics organized with a view tit building these
structure should this effect was made on that day to the bill lines. One of these roads was to run frtftn Pensaeola
A by the Legislature that good permanent of spikes and plates. pro inflicted upon capitalists and foreigners in
he put up.rle Trestle across Amelia Marsh is a very simple and The agent reports that this specification has been complied with. tiding for a Railroad from the waters of Tampa the way of pecuniary exactions will bring about I to some point o'n the Georgia line, attd Middle Flor'

the which it should have it .that the Bay to some point on the Florida Road, bnt we Ida had been in negotiation with Satannafi as to
cheap structurE and has not strength 8. Tho eighth specification provides equipment such a result Gen. Miramon, who is the leader of
Ming a bent of two piles every ten feet sawed off level I on top withA hall be of the first class, shall at all times be sufficient for the think the amendment objectionable in at least one the liberal party, it i stated will Zuloaga the point where we should touch our neighboring

fill jHnnd{ on their top, and two stringers pinned to those prompt transportation of all the passengers and freight ordinarily (c.ture It gives the Director to be appointed by Three Spanish vessels of War lite euceee arrived State. Legislature saw that if this toad was

caps cap immediately over the piles, and in the whole one and a quarter iffering." the Board Trustees an unqualified veto upon all Vera Cruz,and more are expected. a built, West and Middle Florida would be connected -

mile of Trestle, there is not (that I could find) a mortice and tenon The agent reports that this specification has been complied with. the acts of the other Directors. The latter clause France has given Mexico official notification of with Georgia but wauld be cut off from a rail

joint, or a brace of any kind and on that trestle is a three degree 9. The ninth specification provides that the grade on no portion of the amendment reads: "nor shl any act of the her intention to redress by force the wrongs of her road connection with East and South Florida and
the trestle work is of the (inverted W indicated this act shall exceed feet' said deemed val as an inducement wr us to abandon our first paten
curve. The remainder of A\ ) of> the routes by forty-five per Bard of Directors of company be citizens The British Sag is i also present, and the

pattern, and is very good, except that pinning the base sills Ho the nile, and no singe! curve shall exceed three degrees of curvature,orbe id unless concurred in by said Director." Such a only flag, says the Washington: States, of the four tion of going to the Georgia line, where, should

piles is two much used instead of mOl ticu and tenon joints. The > adopte unless approved of by the State Engineer." power a this, to be possessed by one man, and he nationajiaving the most interesting relations with have been joined by a road from Savannah, thus

bridges are of the Howe Truss pattern, and are well built but have agent reports[ that this specification has been complied with. not a Stockholder, is not demanded fey any consideration Mexico, represented on her coast, that of the making Savannah our Atlantic port, the State

not that appearance of permanency or durability Athich I think they Thus it appears by the agreement of the agent that the law has that can be teJ Besides, who would United States!o i offered us the privileges enumerated in what ia

t should have. They are built on pile piers and abutments, and are ben> entirely complied with. .I I subscribe for Stock Eugc Railroad, when the voice The statement going the rounds of the known as the Internal Improvement act We gave

neither covered nor painted. The Draw Bridge a Kingsleys' cut The only departure has been in the width of embankments specie of the Stockholders, through their Directors or oth that Great Britain and France design sending papers a up our original design and accepted the StaU'a

is very good, and has lately received f good tort of paintAs fed in the act of January Gth, 1855 the modification in which was erwiae, can bo t aside and rendered powerless by Naval force to the is I I proposition. We went farther; relying upon the
powerful Nicaraguan
Nassau river, I do not know on how with of Trustees authority of the act of llth De. ports of
the Road does not cross assent by one man T Nor Joes the interest which the State confirmed good faith oT the State, we rallied the people
much of the Road the Company used flat one hundred thousand ember, 1855, and is the same used on all other roads included in Fund have in the require such exti aor- says a Washington paper, by positive i I Leon,Jefferson and Madison, and they snoscribcd
may mater information. believed also that the
dollars ((8100,000)) of Bonds, but am confident that at the prices I the system. to be possessed by their I i fut j I liberallyin their capacity as counties. They agreed

paid for that kind of work all the Bridges and Trestle work on the The 'remarks made by the agent upon the details of some parts d1r prerogUv tees Issue no bond until rpr.the will of their be prepared whatever t land .force .for be.the.piggrotioa. : tolas?NaGI,"pledging their property security ._
first fifty miles of the Road could have been built for fifty thousanddollars o f the construction are considered and commented. upon by the Chief iron nttTC is within the State, and tben the iron, the road It a objects slgnifieent fact that Great may Britain his never t for the payment of the debt. They have graded

(-550,000.) I Engineer of the road. i I their road nearly to the Suwannee rift,baveJron
bed, graded and cross-tied by the money the relinquished particle of the Territory which
As well as I was able to ascertain, the requirements of the sixth, They are not material to the only point to bo regarded, to Stockholders, with the fixtures and franchise o of the the claimed Central I America under her Mosquito I ed t\'retrty-ftTe miles and are no* endeavoring to

sl'entb. eighth and ninth specifications, &c., have been complied I'j' wit: The substantial conformity of the propr tne-requirements of corporation,become once t secure the proteetoral/i she yet.holds to the Bay Islands I buy iron to complete it More than thi ; Leon

with.I the law, and are not therefore necessary to be noticed in this letter.It principal of the a morgge BOugh, then, o County haa agreed to pay $30,000 to build the road
was instructed by you also to examine whether or not the I is not unlikely that a road which has been rapidly constructednd &I afforded I West to the Oclockonee River, where hk to be met
in Tiew of the ample security thus to the { iris late excellent reasserts
The President Message
Iron has been laid on the last section of thirty miles, and if not laid immediately put in use, would b found to require much additional the Fond voice in in ( by Gadsden'and carried t. Qnincy, and steps arc
i interests of the State, give a the Monroe doctrine emphatic terms and
how much remains to b lail. and if laid, when the same was com work to repair and perfect track. t t h now being taken to put this end under contract.
the without clothing that voice with des tie afme'd interference
Directory -
pleted." With this I s. 1 statement of "Detailed account of Such deficiencies are being daily discovered upon this as upon all will doubtless remonstrate aginb And I say, gentlemen, that all this baa been done

Track bil of Florida Railroad," famished to me by Mr. Koerner, ther new roads, and are being rapidly remedied. It is the hope potic power. Such a prerogative j not only uncalled of Great Britain a insulting viola with the distinct understanding that the contract -

r the Engineer of the Florida Ra'lroad, and I was informed by and expectation of this Company, that after a short time more of for and erorina, but would unquestionably tion of the Clayton Bulwer Treaty.. with the Stale was finality; in other words, that
deter men, in our judgment, from o e.i
him and hy Geo. W. Call, Esq., tat no track had been laid on the work upon track repairs the road will b suspassed few, i if any. prudent Correspondence. when we closed with the offer voluntarily made
t Florida Railroad since March It will be seen from Mr.Koerner's in the Union. b putting their money into a enterprise, the_ general Wsiahlnet the Legislature parted with all right to medJIff
last section of mile for direction of which they could not control, and thus \VjkSHnroTos, Dec. 7th, 1858.
the .
-j statement, that on thirty : The only other topic of remark in the' report which (, deem it with ui except to see that we performed our partof
UieebarUr And in
bonds there miles defeat the design of altogether. fully under ; a quorum of
which the Company has received are twenty-four, to notice, is that which relates to the "structure Congress I DOW way the agreement. Had it been otherwise; had it
and lour thousand and seventy-four{(4.074)) feet laid, leaving five (5)) to roper cross from West side of Nassau River to Amelia Island.necessary this connection we may remark1, that, i similar both Houses was found t b present yesterday upon been claimed that the State reserved the power to
hundred and six feet ((5} miles noarlyto) power is attempted in the fond the calling of the Roll, and ia the louse
.miles and twelve ((1200)) 1 that the design of the Trustees was to obtain a t beloge o fn 1 ehaagfe tire contract I ran BO riak ia asserting that
presume rep the Director or Directors whom it proposed : absent The Messagewas
,be )laid. facts and nothing more; whether the letter or spirit of l t very few' were Predet. the Middle and West never would have given up
which is most respectfully bmit appoint the Boards of the Railroad Companies read in both houses before the adjournment on
of ttl for the consideration i bAn to
with matter intention would
1\1 was or was not complied was a their original -they gone
O. BRADFORD. D ODe of them hesitate a the fisrt' wkich regarded be unprecedea.
And decision of others. noW orguhe .h"ul admission day, I t the Georgia line Instead, aa their charter authorized
refusal the
t The two points of fact, to which the agent adverts, relate to theform a t. ted ia tke history 0 oUr .tinl tgis1toDTi. them to do; and I may aa well add here, aa
I into their
of such "one conn-
; any man power" the leuteie a decidedHBj>rov m
( ]) and cost of the structure .1 say t they win yet do, If there Is to be any Infringing of
a Oi RAILROAD Co., / As' regards*the form it is perhaps sufficient' to say _that the struoires -snlb ---- 'upon former Uecsage ia O pnge strong one, and our right by the Leginlatnre.

0 July 27 18. ,\ { 'were made under the direction of Gen. Alexander McRae, Jend&lot Recent Election ''Te decided demoiutfaUoa against yetthere If the State, rpwH t -agreement; if sha

To the Trustees ( t4t Internal Improvement Fud tlie Slate o ho, as.Engineer and President of Railroads, has had the experiiiee The Journal of Commerce 6gnr ,up in table "though ia D muttering complaining In certain'it legislate*in tueb a "Y" to slow that she claims

i of a long life in actual connection with roads; but to the letter absolute and relative Jir by the.Dwnoeratie some .a the rfeit to U amending the Jaw at be* pleasure

GF l'orJ TLEXEX--Since, my arivl here, 1 hare seen'the copy of Mr.. : of Ccpt Smith., I refer the Trustees upon this a party in the late il the different States, quarters: which it,U thought, may ripen into open then the sooner the Middle abandons her road East .

Bradford's repot t, which caused, to b transmitted ttfthis office. As regards the cost, the agent c pint when if betud compared with.the.last PiesidentUl election; even hostility. Hale, bowet. could D let it made pasawitbost OUladi the' better. Savannah will jump at a"

{ 1; The examination ,va ordered, I presume, for the purs of learn- been so obliging a to apply' venture., ofce.of! the Company, he la the free State the Def have gained light ; a kick, and on the motion t print' connection with us, Entol the. AlUpabaw;aad

.:. jag if the construction of this road. conformed< to tli* ,requirements. ofagreeable j j could have had the .et data he desird ; although it was ,a ly upon the Republican, and :upon the aggregate a rte sarcastic speech against it. At present work rather thah be working under a system that baa

'*w- '* : "-'.-la.Jtis'ullogeiher t.V which it did Dot belong to him to enquire Idare opposition vote immensely. Jt make the total opposition appears to be a disposition t goto H3 permanemcy(for it baa nona.unlcsa the Slate
,L lo the Com a il'ttliat''saich. enquiry, .. mater* fcay. the officers of the Company would vote (Republican and American) at the and endeavor,to get the legitimate bat of th le let U alone) we bad betUrgo tak to our "
: agrees
uld.be made, if the Trustees at all donlteri.forif the construe.lion The actual cost' to the Company 'a he would have tame ira Presidential position vote election at the ,recent ia 1858 elections, 1,547,616, ,! ,tlop; session through. ,before the time for adjournment first dCl'.'.$ut J Jrani you.'gsaCemeo,to loot a

iWfuad does sot conform to the lavr;their. own, expectation l' $100.000), that being; :the sum *gred, apanja the and tal decrease of opposition vote*, 295,670 ; increase come Ifttl mrflwrVtbii: roattWif LcgiaUti 1Dg spoa t &

ivodld bcT, $ 'lilted. which was.actually! '(paid i in the"bonds,of the 'i of Democratic.votes.a*, calculated, 10, )6) Democratic The Centtral .American question, and Mrtican'affair : the ,ubj.et.a. *. Y.heard ,sow. geaUeme*>dekf,

Tie cvutriict made for tie work provides, lu,i its' fist l AIilti! that It,appears by tbe statement o .Capt.,Soalb 1 a4, ,_,1a pnJ. &aa cash I relative gain since 1W6..IO.66& *,it i thought,JJ'occupy.much u"tlc.time I '. J

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the State had a right: -to do. It will not be denied I Kev. Thomas! Mu"', of'this! place, who is informed I :1&EVSIIcrcwta -C PAINTING I I ITIlE Atlantic Telegraph Cable. AMES& LIVELYt '

that the Suie I ha* entered into a contract with the that it ii infallible. ILlS i at lea it worth a trial! < Gl\UDEN'\ 8EI DS. WHOLESALE *"> RETAEDEAtKBS
Take one qiart of pnre SchWain Schrapp*. onegifl undersigned is now prepared to do all kinds : o .
Railroad Companies; that on her fart she off.rtrtafl i i of frtlt Turpentine, JI.t." it (JIIIfrcom the work in his line such as- A fie-cc iliAc Atlantic Telegraph Cable I

(: : pririlege* and ) eI1y pledged' certain tree; mil. well and let it Maud 24 houM nnd add ,: of 1858. Gui CAY BK StrX JIT TUE STORf OKMIEIIS IX'TiLLABiSSEEfl
I House and Painting
'lnnd with the proceed of their sale, \l">n C'"rtainI lUlU pint of clear lic.neno.1 t-hnke will. Take Sign Carnage J"

conditions. These conditions were accepted I one Uble-Mioonr.il three tiuns n chiy, and a cure Is GUM DROPS, i ding, Graining, Glazing 4'(. & GORMAN. j

j 'rfain.-CulT.brrt J!.ji- lie will also hand MIXED PAINTS of I '
keep on
in law and in -0---
t thai was a contract formed binding I OF ALL FLAVORS
all colors which Iw will tell cheap for cash. Shop V
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equity. And 1< there a Lawyer to be found fit to { lU.\URlnn- -- -- --- -- ---- three doors north of tie Preibytenan Church.G. NEW GOODS-NEW GOODS.WAGBE8CLOK8J. ,i

)plead Ix-f.ne a J(',Ii. ,.f the IVnce, who >uil ay i! 16th FOR COUGHS A.\D COLDS A. BALL. .
On the InMsnt, at the residence of the bride') father : t-
pair tht agrf't'm..nt'Vllat! ha* the State a right county, Georgia Mba SAKAH ADELINE daughter ofHer. i EDWARD BARNARD JB.Tallahassee. Silver Ware and Fancy Goods. S .
GEOU.E C. S.JOHNHOV,of Leon ila.Iu December 18, J'8)8. 51 A. GALLIE T Jewelry, I :
J cwantv
Jo ,liobtle a contract wlivii the has refused mch a 1 __ ,__ u __ _ EC

..fht'r cituen If I note _______ I..\LER IN -G- :
privilege ton.y give my jaud j Seed Oats. THE UNDERSIGNED are nowreceiving alarge |

mortgag" mj property to secure the payment Memorlam.Vhero I well selected stoek of ,
0 A A BUSHELS Seed Oats.
of thc note and then ruu the Irol'rty off or cell it "\ the wcaty are at rest:' I J\J\ Just received and for sale by DRY GOODS PROVISIONS Watches, Clods, Jewelry Sfcer and Plated now reeeivirg a large and fresh supply of

to another, it i ill called fiaud. has the btate the Departed this life on the inoruinn of the 10th inr., I O. d J. MEGlN ISS. Ware and Fancy Goods, I. ARE. variety of article kept by.DnC&ict*. t.4

right to diteit the land* lie hat pledged to any I. (orals "entrance"' (letc hf>|ic-.--ns he did) "into that December 18, 1853. 51-6t --\J' D- consisting of V PLASTERS, PHYSICIANS, x .. :
rt'totlhurt'nllinctht..tllell'lpreofG..J.JOU ------- -- ---- -
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other purj* thau tint f|>eeitied in her contract P.I'I' GROCERIES IN ORNERAL dents fine G'ofd and Silver butting Patent Lever end others wilt ajway fiod.-t.lbil establishment a
K. SA V.\GE.II: t'Ct aloof 29 \cais A nativeof
For New York !
with the Railroad Companies! If she has, then the I\bta. Gi.-he returned last September to this I November 15, 1853. 46VARIETY W I\tebI. V. full supply of every thing! needed ia our line and on

can do what) h.T )la\scull tuiudlhig if done l by a >i (his home fur the most part: since hm manhood) to?e. k rl'uF. BRIO SU\VANNEE. IIo ii.;R. will $f& ------ Gents fine silver Anchor and Lepins Anchor yr.tchu." n* liberal term as they can be had in any Southern
with despatch for the above porLFor '- I A.:GllLfE'S----; Ladies fine Gold and Hunting Market. Orders by Mail or oUttri ,promptly.t-!
citizen. Once tnoiT, if 1 '-nt.r i<:to a jroiitract with I a grave for his bodysu\A-roundel Rtquirtent in V r Dial ** -U withthe.tame; correctness i it
For if his "fiuh'* "'* freight or passage apply to Captain on board or V open tended to filled tM
a nodir, the law allow me tu 'oml'dllim to comply pace he answered jL'' Who was'grievrtai hall <, 0'gTievou-ly to MeNAUGHT i OR Q 'D. i CASH STORE Elegant sets of Florentine Mosaic paintiDsr Cameo personally frurefaaed by Customer .To. Cask and V
with the agreement, but it foibids me to intrrjH.ilate I what..ur friend lIufl'dcd during the last par twelve, ran months say, December 18, 1858. 51 Newport. Fla. I IS in receipt of a large and extensive assortment fDaT Lava, Coral and Gold stone, GenIi fine Gold and prompt tim byyer, we feel confident its Mvirtg v.
Silver Fob chains. Guard and Vest chains Ladies entire satisfaction. Oar STOCK
the contract, by adding to or taking from it. from h.* incurable mlll.rtJ'-"tl..t horrible of j j"all I GooS V HARD Wxar, Cbatalain chains I.iJies fine Gold Coral ct Jet Bracelets | can give tbera comprises -
<_.nn the State do more than i i" Allowed to any (,f discawu-fuagai licemnlodet-thu worst form I i Cabbage Hill, RE.tfrr MADB CLOTHISW, HOLLOW WARE, Gol.l and En;uneled Pins and Ear Kinijs, Gent j I. .

her c..it 1f'nh.11 man (riuilinVd: to Itold a s.-.t in 'of cancer the cerm \\hich.\\as In his system |. BULBOUS FL o U"Ell R o o T s. Ilvrs A\D CAPS, Qtu rs WAEE, Bosom Pins Gold Guard. Fob and Badge Keys, Fine j f Drugs, Oil PaiaU, Barain Piltf, -'Fluid w \ V
Medicines ,
'before his birth, and probably InnJed down by of Fine *
the legislature vill My that the can, or who will Hi rrc' f'lIilOl'S for (lIrralionll!" (I cjaote from .1 I HAVE received from Germany direct BOOTS AND SHOES V CLILEILIciw -. Gold Gold and Pens Silver and Cases Spt'f'taelGoM, a large assortment and Coral Neckla fces f j Chemicals I I Dye Stuff, I V Caraphine V

vontttid that the tan dirert the laiitl fl'Ollllh pur- Utter of tilt (li_tin uis',,'
po _e tpecifie-1 in the law of 1855? If tht-u the Slate him for many weeks previous! to his return to Tal- I etc. etc., nil of which I will sell ntre URA.MIIM | WINE-, |ILE.'I | PORTER aCinuta Buckles, Seals, Lockets Charms, Gold nod Silver Y t' tP'WiocJoW" GUs. ".

tan do neither of these two nets, has. the not part..Jwith lihu"'C11.1.] when it is remembered that his prices. Now i ill the best seaon for planting out- PURE SCOTCH WHISKEY. Thimbles Sleeve Buttons and Stnda Tine Gold Fine; Too'th and Hair Manufactured Tobacco, V

s.illiTin; tate not brrn more phjbica'than mental I I nm ready notf fur laying out ground in every way and Pins with Diamond Ruby Opal and Brushes, Patent Medicine,
Kings V
olllI\J\\.r j to L'gi-ltte further upon the tub thall'c not rejoice that hi- has been delivered from I and etjle ADOLF SCIIOLZ. A few Boots hundred and SIoes-soIJ bushels Canada low OATS the Package.15 Packages Peaflffets, Plain end Chased Rings Misses Rings, PaioLBrubu. Fine.Havana. Segan .

ject, except tu throw uch salutary guards around them-uktn his appeal(('fnt-nls and foes forgiven,") i December 18, 1858. 51ItSheriff's November 13, 1858. 46 by plaiu and with fella. V Surgical Instruments,. t Medioina ,Chest, *,

the fund se cxpeilem- m I Court ot" Chancery where none fail of justice, and { Sale
? Ingrcewhh you in your COIllIUt'nh on did SYRUP & PORKBARIIELS Plain and Threaded Table Spoons and Fork, -AISO- V -.. .
1 none "lwl'l'l'ku he ) ofllllr( ;
the very creelVnt! Mesage of Co,. Perry, that no \Vho\\illiiotnowbe } I II | MONDAY in FEBRUARY XEXT. Desert. i PURE WINES A BkANfflE-tor MIDICIMAL purpose V

.>oe .lnHil. oljjvrt to thtM.guir.K They ought tobe I "To his kind -I I) virtce of a writ of fieri facia, issued from Tea D.: 4AMES, M. LIVELY.'
virtuvacry ,
_l_) the Clcik'a office of Leon Circuit Court wherein Sugar Spoons, Mustard and Salt Spoon I Oct. 16 18 8. 42Nathaniel
nude Pcnaltie should be annexed to a violail.iu ._ .
t T. his fauL: a l.ttle; bhii'I" jIVr j -AfI do. Butter dcx and
Knives Cake
Ladles Pie V V
Aj-lilrj J. lipping, Gu.ircliio.: te., u Plaintiff and Soup ------ V V -
ofitw luTerwil Imprmtirenl Act. and every virlrcf curtly ho hiH- II ,heart naurahvwftrm) I Ias Ie3r: 7E3 S.A.LT. Fwiit knive.
I H Aicher.O. S. Duirou>hs and Willmm M. Maxwell, Hamlen/
proper proteitjon :hell III the fuuJ; but if the the liulI'iI Ii jit. nnd' ch.uiU' bit hIi an its hilt- j I are Defendant*, I have levied upon and will expose -jLIINTi good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS Silver Napkin Rings Silver Card Case*. Porte I .. .V V .

Leg'ulature gtx-s (further the \\hobi *y ura i il deMnntJal a (Ii4fOMtiu3[ in:cnnous 1\1 lIu..il.la:1 M.ul g'nlchfs for sale, within legal hours bcfnre the Court house .!_ for sale here. AL"O-coarse or fine Key West Mona and TweeZers, Silver Cups and Goblets. COMMISSION MERCHANT, :

one thaw; the hunlredaof thousands vrchiue nil infancy. And hi* mcn'nl eii'lowmen to i, \\treof j door l in the city of T"llaha! !'ce. on the first Mondayin SALT. at LADD'S Newport, Fla. PLATED WARE : No. 38 I'oydrasStNew Orleans." V j
n<) uuai: c-nler. A 111'1.' > ri>!ti*-nton, a terule I
| [ ;' I
the 7th, 1S59 the described Nov. 20 185S. 47
) Febiunry, following Plated Castors Cake V
( Beautiful of Silver ,
expended iu Middle I Florida Mill be tncaMirably fancy, a ready, elocution-uho tan say is hay. 'lie" j I patterns g V .
-- -- ------- ------
j propertytowit : Ix>U 2tt and 31. iu S E $, Section Basket Candle Sticks and Waiters.
'I.\.t. Oily sare-1 connection with Georgia might not have hen ntnlrr the iiiffiipnci" of a better j FISK'S PATENT DIETALIC REFERS TOExGor. -
or ( by a ;
1, Township 1, Range 1. S & Y, contiin II Fine D. B. Gun, Game Ba!, Poe dcr Flicks Shot i
I Ic.iITain
and the ruV! of Lindtr fitf? Hut let nil H.
while! the Ilu-t and South will be left to frtrugle i-tir, a IHK acres more or le<*. Levied upon as the property of Pouches Cups Wads and Wire Cartridge*. .James E. JfJroome, :j
V TaHahastee FU.
on a* l est they can. Oa the other hand, prudent whatever| they Hint i'iahafe his earthly'Iwvn hopis 1.1 tin mil.I arf basis'ratioi:8: saul clufrndaiits noel l to be sold to fatisfy the said I BURIAL CASES' FINS Ct'TLrRT-TAbI6 and De err Kuim, with >L Gen. R. A. -hili". f -j
"' ir were ,
wut of fitii facias to law I A. R Koyt". Fq l
according II without Forks Rodgers tt Wtt Cnliolme Pocket : .
and HIM liegi-hiliou cnnui t but roult pro-i, n,. C'iiti I'IihutI, ; l-ul bcln "c. iii he did, from the | R.SAUNDERS. ShcrilT '.' > I Cutlery P..eshurers t ojttnholmes> Razors it Scissors. It )1. Spencer ESVq. r Ntwrort.V na

pmouly to the State. Indeed I r.-mnot eec the iiccwlty timeofhis coinrri-ioti, anJ sthlr.u'lly :citcd, that i John J. Fl.u j
( -Ida
Dcceaibcr 18, 1853. 5. Fine China Oc"a1sl'aper Mache Goods.Muiical SIJ1Iiog. Quincy .:, i
fur any Legislation at nil inn I rill; the Ins ainict"oii,. thoueh" they w.'nn-d (and were)Revere, I( 1Roseiroful\ ; i Gen. \Vm. Bailey Jefferson county, flu,. .f
were in mercy '"nt. AiiiiRiVuiecatiuiare.- ] Inxtrvmenls : *
.1. 0 Fin.
ii;!!itofthe Slate tu revise her [0.t action. No 1 11, I Change of Schedule.C Putnam. Fq. Macliwn .
Guithrl. Violins riures. Tambourines Accordeon, Augustus Stoele. Esq. Cedar\ keys, Flo.

question has aiifen vailing f.r Rich Legislation, -( Finished Latest l'rlfCnl-\1) Banjos, Ac. I'' Daniel Bell. 1'11.\ Himilton enmity, Fix .,1

and tilt te gone into, it will U.a &cau-el: and dottruetive STATE < \ Table Mats Backgammon Board Walking Canes F'J. ltenuvtightn,. Lsq.. l :
\ \ Thom nm o Oci,.
Waiters Feather Dusters,
-I" House Bells, Japauued Ed.
esertion of I rute po\\rr on the part of I SUPPLY of all sizes kept const utlv on hand I Sf'IXUe. F.fq. J 3-

the General AmwtnlJy. Some may think that the C 0 M 1* A X Y A by T. J. RAWL Undertaker. Paint Boxes China Setts,for Children Fishing Tackle Jack J. Marslw liq Duuinnville, Geo
'J4! Perfumery. ic, Ac. V Nov. 20. 1858. 47 -
Cedar Key termini of the Florida Railroad raises I November 20, ISCS. 47 I -ALSO-- :
tin- (1"4"&tll1" but this b not tit. The charter declared S or 4 Stereoscopes with beantiful Paintings, I ---By-'EXPRESS jFroxn.
II Er.E.I hab
en to ex
xaoanej I -V ----- Fall 'V V .
rights .f that company is all that i* really ii>- i..t. by ltc: 'olntion of the Srnatr, in the Hx itveitihi Millinery. IdR I for ale by MYERS A GORMAN.
The pubhi.are re' -etfullj informed that the N. B.-A liberal deduction for C\sn. I : To-vrr York I' j
\lyel-the abstract right of the Hate to add toUT v onafori.il i-.ti-kt i conixed| of the County
.4' of 11'rd.,' onlor election be luld in STEAMSHIPS Sept. 2;, 188. 39 Colored Raglan Cloaks .j
1'iivul. .in to MISS II. A. MERSEREAU, IDlES
take fi> ci the r..l\"i ions of the law of t18j5 has I Black Circular M
6uid l>l, ri.-t, at the le r.illvtabli: b<'d j'r en.
uotltinj to do with the matter. .\81 have alroadyeai I I [ Black Buoibnsino. .
thereof, in the manner pr -ri!!ed bj bon Monday I Ppisxipal church a faslnonabU assortment of I II 14
ills but a FALL & WINTER MILLINERY and White Silk Roaches.Ladies '
: I :
ll.1ift.1l1 intelligent member of the Leprl.turrlo : iYiiiMite .raid County is directed observe the I leave New Oilcans, and the various; Flori I V
of tlii order and made ntinntof "TILL \\hich she cffers CHEAP to the Ladies of Tallahassee I J.-:1. colored KiI Gloves ,
)V at the U-n'- in this light they can fettle it in r"luir'nlt'nt. I Ports as p'r following Sciiudule : and I .e I Linen Trimmings(n stvlej
: mid election to the Secretary of Mate, as the law vicinity. q. :. .. \Y.
tire Rtiucte Jirrtt.\ I iave New Orleans on the 15th A 29th.Arrive Oct. 30, 185S. 41-tf I French Lace Circular Veils,

nut 1tWN.! Cditorv. t !I..YO trefp.ised longerv j In testimony whcn-of, I ln\e hereunto ni my at Pensacnla on the ICtltt 3Utll. V Change of Schedule. I < Peleri1c's, .

bind and caued l I.e a'Tid the seal Leave Peiicaeola on tl'e tajne dajs. Paris HtuJin. -V t .1
v Houted than I at first intindeiLMy to : great ProposalsARE
] your fpae 1 I Arrive at Arnlaehieo'a: ou the l7lh A 3ht 1st. I ----0------ The above ArticTes Tare been thi day received .
of the Mat of n..ri.t.a. I>oncat the
[u e.] *
lJ j>ol 2y will however be found in the interest I tol in the city TulUhafee, this 10th clay LcII"epa1achleola MI tire Mme ilavs.Airive ;invited for constructing a line; .l"t'gnr" ON and after Saturday the ninth October anti for sal* at D. c. WILSO'Y'tSonmber !

which the j-wple of my County f.tl in the tvltleuieut | of L.cemlit-r A. D., 183*. I. at St Marks on the 18th A 1st or 2cL Savannah Ga via Stvannab pod Oo'f Train will to net daily (Sundays 1858'1' 6, 18t& 45 -'

..f tW juetion. They feel that it i ila critical fly the Governor: M S. PEUP.Y, LUTe 5t? Marks on the -ame da}*. Railroad to IVx>torto\i n, thence rio Way nesville, Jet- as follows: -- -- -
I fersonton and Kin '. to Callahan Station the Leae Stitfon .f. Walker's Hill .. 8 A. .
(*oi crnor of Ilcrida.Attett Arrive at Cedar Key on the 19th .t 2d and that this of all vthtr is time for .
jK-rioJ A cnlare1 I P. J. ViiuTicrr.Sccrctnrv. Leave Cedar Key on the same days. Fermmdin.i Hailroa.l, and I thence on the railroad to Arrive Tallahassee .. .. .. 94f? A. M. ; 1

S*.tr rf n-lik* vi ,'. in our tulcr] and in V :- of State. I I Arrive at Manatee tL Tampa the 20tb & 3d or 4th. Fernandini-the distance by railroad, about eighty Leave THlaIm! sce. 9 M A. M.A I .. WILSON ofT-r' tile entire STOCK of FAN_ .V Vi

the<'<> e tio.i I deeply share. One wratth of theIaztr.latice DcecmUr 18. 18Zit. 51-tdoj Leave Minntee A Tampa on (the same chtys miles, mud\ the eanie bv ordinary highway ; ao.. frum rm eat St. Marks .. ... .11.15 A. M. STLHS at Cst for Cash. Consisting of-.

1 pen tan throw the' "holc ryctcm into I j *.* Jacksoiml!lfI'papers copy till I ihyvufelcetion. Arrive Key West on the 21st A 4th or :th. t\ii.nilin.i to Cedar Keys, along the line of the rail- LeaveStMarks. .. .. .. ilff P.M. I Robes a tin lIe, | Bayadier Stripw. ,1

: j Lave Key West on tIll 12th :an 1 26th.Ariire road now in course of construction-distance about ArriveatTallabas'ee-------------- I'r. 44 Laise I Plaid and .trp il Silk. V ;.
..Iil.. and rentier the Mired guarantee on the: 1 at Manatee A Tampa on the 13th A 27th. 155 n/ilec. Leave Tallahassee .... 3.5(1( P. 31. C Volant.. I: V

Unilroid land not ttortb the ,pnjicr onvhici! iti FIRE INSURANCE Leave Manatee A Turn pa on the slime clivs.Anive Thee |>ol's to be ycltow pffj of cypre!. not l less Arrive at Walker' Mill. Station 3.. 5.30 P. M. I' November 6. 185$. 43

i* *'riU< i STATE FIRE AXD XiRINE% IWRWrC [0., !i iI at Cedar Key on the 14th A 28th.V than 5 nor more tl.p.u 7 inches diameter at small end Connecting with Post Coaches daily to Houticello -- n ,

JE1TEHSOX.Fn Le.ne Cedir Key on the same days and to be cut erjnnre across at nme end ; to be peeled and twice a week to jliu. Alligator Baldwin and flJ FreSh Buckwheat .1:
I lgXXSYJX.\\L\: Arrive at Si. Marks on the. 15th & 29th. and well t/rmred, charred at the base, and to be Jacksonville.iarrivmg at Monticello on Monday and ,

-oo. '___-- TNSURC: ng inst Io!s by Fne on the n'uil termsJL Leave St Maiks on the same days. placed 6u yards apart and sunk in the ground leiet Fridays and departing Wedncsdajs and Saturdays; I FRESH[ .CITRON, | Fresh Currant j B j

i the Florida Sentinel. Dee. 11. F, II FLAOG AgentTallahafce. Arrive at .palachicrla on the 10th A 30th. 3 feet. The insulators to be of the Letfr rta pattern. with Post Coach to New Port.n arrival of and which P1CCVUl at V P :

December 18. l5it. 51 Lcive: Apnlachicola on the same day. Tlie wire to be of the best quality of galvanized l returns before departure of Train; with the line of j I D. C. WILSO .
The- betncen !his Excellency (the : _- __ _____ I' Norember 6, 1858. 45 I
Anive at lVn'acola on the 17th A 31st or 1st iron No. 9. All the materials to be approved by the Mail Steamers between New Orleans Key West and |

( ernor. and the Florida llailroad.ll Potatoes Onions &c. I Leave I'ensaoola on the 17th or Sift or 2d.Arr et1r-rit.f..ndtnt of the Company and the work to be Cuba and intermediate joints on the Gulf vurrising -

,.,. O. Ij. Vii'of, ui-in htarrtitl in this <-it\,. .. p _, __ i ..at Xgw Orleans: mi the Ifith JL L.L.eOJ PCVCti met V! nnJer V VVTb. the 8Ujflgituiilfftfl4jjfltj5ftLaiLee1efl. .VV' 1n.isr1tte1uttt .nd nor t't'o. Cigars,-"ba.cco&Ci; i
i'tu .t.o..oJ-- ---I .
Lll-n' "
n.efA'VESl'tD" f7yjV' uiTI eacirmateI month. Should these dates full on '
J'Jre'*ei wu iia'iicamn to me rreeldeviL I- every Suninys.the .
a mv rnivn'inj Oiii"ns : V .
1 5. nn extra tiip to AIila(1&iOOiatflOutLly! : .- line fo be trimmed out whenever necessary tram will be as schedule to Connect with ALOTurfineIlftY.N\CIGARS. VV .
| run
nil : iraLrrof iLe! House of Just received frc.n1i5"tjri3riik, and for sale bvtJ per .1 TOBACCO. .- .4
of the Senile a Kj V Leave New Oilcans on the 6th i t 22d. by, ash at the expense of the contractor under the Steamers. ] .
,: J. MECINNISS.jeeniber For sale by G,& I
?t -<>n ntive. : Arrive at Ap.ilachicoli on (Ihe 7th
To the If tn I'iftiJrnt of the Stnxtt and Staler ; IS. 185S 5l4tjice Leave Apiluhieola on the Oth t 24tk be placed ns staked out bynitl Agent. A Superintendent. I ItT November M, 858.! 47-8t V .)

of the Iltute ," /\'e.tc'/ntilt'If. fur guhiiniitioatattie V Anive at New Orleans on the 10th A 25th. Proposals, accompanied by responsible security directed Sentinel Wakulla Times Madison Messenger Ctt'S
llsdttt ore witch they ictpert f preside ; Qontractors.OFFICE DANIEL LADD, Agcnf.Newport to the undersigned, must be sent to the office Dd juincy Republic copy till forf iJ.Sept. & Lotteries I
: of Hesters. Mora Brothers, Navarro & Co, No. 54 Exchange 1858. 39
: Fla. 25 :
; place before the 10th of December next; and __ ____ n __ _____ TKItMPHANT1!
(.lc>Ti-t\E! Ilavlnj read in tin- Annual ; '*- December 18, 1858. 51
interviews can be bad at the same place betweenthe
OF TIIJB BEK.a OEO. 11. It. Co. ) -
-------- -- --- --- --- --
Iioi..it.ble J.xfit'l die KxCuUHve Groceries.JUST
oJIIr..J tu by _
VV -
Sage jour hours of 12 and 4 o'clock.CHAS. -4 .
/olIr Maie. r..f<.Tii>cta to the Florida ''tail- : ULJMAV. Nov. 23d 1858. f Sale jjdstponed until 1st .Monday January- V
4dLlCh beixiiiced I C EA LED PIONS4t8 will received until. De- ?
r. Land & Sale. December 49-tf
I for York. 4.1858.
.L your .-.\& to aFir.tlv', that the Flomlj Kail.r I O eember 2-lth 18J8"; at this IIffic'c for Oraiiu.gTresiling I Negroes CHEAP FOR rASII OR COTTON. --- -- 1 .

full 'on(, rnntiih; the tpccific n<|air.- and laying the track and finishing off the work in I th, uht1er igned Commissioners will sell to the T>ANTS' ExtrA Flour (new Wheat) -

i-uii't ..f the Urn1 of the State ; an1'. MI'onilly, thdt reid'ne-68 for the trains from Tallahassee to (Joiner, higbtst bidder before the Court-hou door in Tallahassee DOLLARS REWARD will be gire0fts JL Mount Vernon, ** THE allowing Scbctoe will be drawn by SW'KV' .

the Comp: h.1I.cr.. l I.y any of hll otTiccn or a- I (r for any portion of the work. Kula must specify I on Monday the 5th day of December next .D for the delivery of my servant SANDY, ? Goshen Butter. Co., Maoagen.of the Sparta Academy..Lofteiy :" :

ort'I1tt. dine l IT itidirrrtlj, autl or.7ctyr! tn.iwm:ly what piopoition of the payments for work will be the following lands and negroes, belonging to the who ranawav from my plantation a few weeks Ji. Powder. Shot and Caps, in each of their Single .Number Lottenet for_

v'rl\itlc'f.Ul: }'"i. ..lion of the i .int,or let'-}clr the recriicd in Stock in Leon county Bonds,and in note I Estate or Datul Felkel deceased, to-wit: The N | since. He l Is about 27 years of age. low stature Rock Potash DEC Bia, 185, at A L1gu.tl. Georgia i i.public,.o- V""V

Ii&.,in an}- ill..taucr..r re>|K.xt uh T:oe,er ; anl.< in I of citizens of Oadsdni comity. AU things else being 'I of the S W J. of Section 80, in Township 2, Range strong and active, a good carriage driver fiddler Brown Lonf and Crushed Sugar, tier the superintetiJtnc*of Commissioners, V

oiJ rthjt no .!.. il-t bay "J.i"t upon the euiijut, I invite equal, bid for the largest proportion of Sicck, in 2, N d E ; and the N E 4 of the S E J,ofSeetion2S. aud daqccr, end pretends to be rettg'ous. lie was tfo. I Mackerel in i bbls.- Class 44 Irawa

a ,'iriJ (iKjui y of llio G.octal Atml ly upon I part payment, will be preferred.I in Township 2, Range 1, N & Ein Leon county,containing seen a few day since! near GOT. Call's plantation Candy Nuts and Pickles. V Clan 45 Draw on Saturday December S, IMS.: V

every |1..uL 'o'Ub'C.J'ILh the action .the Company I* \ UUDOI3. Chief Engineer.D.cembr4. 120 acres more or less ; and 1 negro woman. here he has a wife. ROBERT BUTLER. Sperm and Adamantine Candles, Clau on Saturday, December. 1848." V

,in which he Slate, a* a |party to the Internal jutvroTcmert > 1858. 49-tf Charlotte. aged about 60 years, one boy Toney 300abont. Lake Jackson, November 27, 1858. 47-4t_ Burning Fluid, class 48 Draws on Saturday, Dtetmler IS. 1888. V ,
47 Draw
Triut have --- -- about -- -- -- --- -- '- -- Wine and Cider Vinegar, on Saturday, D<_b" 25. 1858.
may any int -r rt. 18 yenr ore girl Hally. aged 16 years, :

I hate; the huuor to l be. Executors'Sale.: one woman Miner, aged about 21 years, and her infant Land for Sale. Snnff; B ttles and Bladders, OA'THE PLAN .rSI oL :ifUXS V, :
V Citron and Currant soil Starclu
Your "-necfu'! servant : child. The negroes to be sold for cash; the Land Soup
'. I TAJ"ILL l! wU on Tttes"ay, the 21st day of Dai ;)PFER for sale the' following valuable tract of W. L. DENNIS .t CO.
.P (iMjjiu-!) ;I i. VULIR, one-half caji.'nrtd the balance on 12 months credit I V
T ecitber irt_ the I'JantatiottofJnhin White" la-*!, E i of Sec35Tl R 1., Nand W about V
at Ocf1lC- 1858. 42 50,000 Tickets !
J I'rt'siuul, ot the FJj. It ItMr r with 8 per cent, interest to be cured by mortgage ,
head, decfase l. op Lake Jackson, in Jjeon countyiFioiid.i I on the moth E. B. HILTON. 1 140 "re5. This land adpiia the Tallahassee Depoton -

Call Jut Senator froQIlIuall, on the Mu.c I within the legal IH.ure.f. sale all the person RICIL SAUNDEUS, \ Corn a.I tb:North. H rd-Waie. 5,485. PRIZ'ESw '

Jay ititro.lucvd! the f.Hu\ in? motioD : al i 1..1 n-h- blc yrOpeiCv at. aid.. plart; consisting of November C, 1858. 45-tcb Az.wi-LotsNoa.2.6and7ofSee8.1 2, R I, SEAKLT 03 K BUK; TO jiflTjUjTh" -' V

Mr.Can ,uiottJ, tiiut a Committtf fire on the V l.ouhod! and kitchen fdrnlturei; plantation tools of 0:::7" The Lands advertised above were Fold N and W, containing 275 acres. This land lies on rl'-uEA.CE: OHA1N8, Pilfer Steel Hoe. Axes V
,, ciesenptUm, blacksmith bole wacn, carts, I th. East bank of the Ocklocknee JL Hinges; Lock, Screws and Carpenter Tools XAEjFJC'j'8Jj7JV
pail of the' S'nil* be appointed., tn tt with a mnitarCommittee ( ery -
hut the aale.of
at the time appointed, the Negroes for ale by W. L. DENNIS & ".
on the |uit .the 5 iI!usf,as a Jo>ulComniittve !. ilc ; coru and fodder 24 or 22 Itorcca and tiiule. a Ap >-E i ofN E } ofSec 9tt, T 1, R 2, N and -0ellS TO BE MAWK urn J'TVEDAT IS DECTCM'fiER!1. V
is the first in Lloyd 42NewKats
tuck of cattle and .fattened postponed to Monday '
*, hags ready _
t-.M.li :le the (-hiar1 ci e niamed in the large ; E, containing 80 acres. Prize of...150.001) 10 eeof. 0o'
I fur king, and all other article to andusually January 1859.HEAD | -
Fxirida IlaitroadOnirnany necessary
GOIlf'ru'f"1I.'Ii. arajq5t111 poi ,
->ajj ALSO in Gad'H'en the S E and 1" ... 20.000 10" V- '
I kept on Plantations, too numerous to mention I II county J 4 of_S ...? 8041 -
tj:tu.ih all cvcu i..tancev attending I sold under the authority ol the testator's Will. W i of See 35, T 2, R 3, N aud W, containing 240 .n. 10.000 10" ...; Wd. .
the m:>Liu of the same with full |o\virs to send for credit 12 QUARTERS FOR'CHEAP acr .. LARGE lot now opening by rw 1 Of .:. 5.003 10" ..,Vv- 600 ,
TERM All 30 mouths
:- sums over ,
laK..>rn ti examine witne'e tuid take W. L. DENNIS &
IK-rnouj *j< | | CO. 1" ...
such' otlif be to asetriaiu the with interest from date, and approved security, and Auo in Madison county S W J, Sec 20, and NW 42 4,000S.OOO 60" ....V 100. -
.Io-I's as may nrccagary $ijk GOODIOarriages. 0e116,1858. 1 ...
leal farm of the case avid the .cvid Ilea taken for all sums.f$30 or under cash. & } and W i of N E 4 of See 29. ,Also' E | of S : 60" ... II" V
report ...:. UOO! "
T. M. BERRIES, Esecutoi I E1nfecS0andWofSZef S<* 20, in all 100 ... .116" V
lLhi.! Gcucnl ]
L \\ .! nvtti.Mwas; Aaaeub1y.a..t.: C. C. WEST. I of 560 ares, all in T 4, R 4, S and E, W. L. Dennis & Co., 10" ..V. 1,000 } 825 ..: 100 .

llic I'ret-hlent aj.{xtn.ttsl a* *i-ch committee on J, U. WHITCIICAD 1 Jno. WhUehead AIM in Jseksoa county oo ChipoU River, S W 1, ITA Vt in Store, a lot of Suit Flour Segara Rice Apprvriitatio* Prutt. _.. V, V

the part of the S.-".tf,Mi-stars.Et'pt'II| Lauiar, 'liawcn, T W. TVEELEY, tlectased. h I I iMNE Eoamclktd leather Top Buggie from {110JL1 Sec 2i. E i N W i, Sec 26, E i of N W j See 25, Coffee, which we offer low for cash. cottonor 4 Prizes of$400 Ippmo*c. to 50,000 prize are'tlicoo. -

Kent and McQuetn. December. h8& bo-t to $15; Without Top*-from 180 to *100. E i of S E i. See 23, all in T 4, R 4, Naiad W. con- Country Produce. 4 300" 200W U. ,fyf. V 4
__ ___ ___ ___ _
_ __ -
n forI Lloyd Sept %5, 1858. S3 4 %5010.000 e
from $180.
$125 to V
The Committee on the of the house consifctfMer ; Rockaways persona V t. u>ing 40Q acre* 1400', : 4
part have \am! the finest largest 4" 2Y! .ooo" '
Notice.IT The undersigned 01) and V V toe" ,
.ALSO in Jackson i
', William of Inntn Whit field .' V county, on Chattahooehee river, 20d "
Ingram, etotk of VEUICLES and HARNESS ever offered Cash AdvanceslIADE 4 V 4JOQ9 .e. :
aboat fix miles above its gOOj "I
OUR junction with the
Mcck after date I hall apply to the Hon. Flint '
Grttiv and Malony. Prudenco Mould to dic- fur sale i iu the Southern country whichthey 4 J 150" 1.000" V
8I t
em I 1,055 seres of rich Rivet bottom lands in Sec on COTTON to Friends in 8QO '
JiK e'of Probate of J ff<-reon county for an order 3, 4.. shipped our tOO'l. '
tate the pro)>rM.t) ofiht t>u_pciikiou of public opinion l iiitd J 'ciic of Couit. for the sale of Ui i Persons within; ;*U purchaee.will be supplied withCHABW 5.000 prize of 20 are................lOOooor fl
on lie qufstioii! until the Joiot-Coti.n-.itiee orinvotijatioti Jcsc'.uLc.llanJ. bfI86S, 39 '. V.',
; rtpoit th' fict iu the ease ta the corral .I Gale, late of saM county dcceaeeJ tivwit: The d W the V&tst and Hugh Rusk on the North. -- Fuses -
REYNOLDS 6,510 to
t CO, amounting. .............. ;OooG ;
I ntthe S, W 1ofSectku4TowveiLip 2. 1taii.o 4 W. L. Dennis & Co. t
A"auitt1y : / No. 8>Hecting st, S. Institute '
-6 ujs< tU-.X WI Midtkc N KJ'of,tiK H i of SeeIK.II I opposite WHI Ticirr10; HALVI |5 ; Qcunu $!I.
mbscnbr offer for iftle' the lands Store
: Ca. in Oinabni'gs Blanket
Charleston So. belonging Kersey. .
HAVE i .
.\tCtllfA. I)*.. II.-Hie ,;eau (-rVa lin..t"III'u lTo\vikLip 1, lUnge :i. and 13.1-3 aCres lying :I December 11, S58.. 60-4 to the Estate of the late Col.John G. Ham blo.in the Shectin8 and Shirting. For sale cheap. fSSr A CIR(r. -Il AmclttgOUplanqfQ' LeVtHtt.f.icOZ :
on the E of the S E of the E of
65 Section
arriv cd at Xew York fi } J J 1, It. .. 4
om 'lcaragua.. She reached I coority of Jefferson consisting of M70 acres known Lloyd. S pt. U..1868. 3* .It'CcJ Township 1. S ll S A E
Range ,
ban Juan.ou the Ith nit. I containing 1S3.1 .A..GrEN'OY.Bank : .Vt'n.ikeenah, lying within seven mile of the Fensaeola V -0 :- V
The Sarnnnih Jmucs'ow and lii.iu.ii Val acres ru.-re or less ; to be sold to pay th klnps .
for tributJon. B. W. EDWARDS. :For salel of Packages will U ioU it tie loDo'w'
<\"OUIIUJ L.x>j-Mird. were in port. Nothing. been Also a tract of 240 acres, lying within three miles V WBicS riik'
rates is the
heard of the llerm.nin.Mcarpgua I Sheriff and officio Administrator. Columbus Ga. AILS, Hollow-ware and Iron, by : V .
of said Railroad and one of 8t> acres, at the head of N 4 *
December 11, 1858. 60-4 w V V W.L DENNIS A COt Certificates o'r. kllg. of 10 Whole Ticket 180!
refused to allow her pastugtrft to V D. ADAMS CAfth., \VM. n''YOOC, Pre t. navigation on the Waeis\ river; being in all !Imae'fs a V
Innd. aHeging that: 1llibusters. which be will sell at 10 Llojd Sept. 25, 1853. 39 lOHmlf %;.
they re Cash Capital, .' .V $400,009 00. ; f pet1 acre, one third .. ?
Notice.FOUR --- -- 10 -
The steamer Catharine Maria AV-as eent to Grenadi I cub.balance in one and two years. .,. tO :
V -0--' 'V .
tcr obtaitf p rrois'ion to !and, if the Jlcrnunn ar- w ..ks after date, I shall apply to the Hoa ROBERT GAMBLE, Ja, Ext'r. ,For sale 10 Eighth M JO. .4' t VIii

nred of Prolate Jefferaon comfy for an order I THE above Agency will at ALL limes supplied Nor! W. 1858. 47-tf V aid Willow-ware-a d CroekerT.. by ordering Ticket or Ctrtifieate, CAeUtelb;T }
TUc W .! boarded I Exchange on New York at current rates; WOOD to ocr adll/ei for (the Ticket V V
iingon wa by British officers and decree for the sale of the following lands be. W.L.DENNIS&CO mossy ordered, iojreceipt -
and rvquired to frhor her paMenger Jibl and information j laogiojj to the Estate of Charles W. I) Witt, lata of Abe, on Columbus and A'ppTwbieobt.; Bills discounted lands.THE Lloyd" Sept. 29,1858. 39 of which they will be forwarded jbj rptmstf;

whether munitions of war Mere: on board. isjJouuty deceased, to-wit: The S Ii J of the S W at current rat J.' Gold Coin for Bale. subscriber offer for sale the beet known Purchasers e.a bare ticket ending ioo'Egn.tb.y
bid not iuslht raisin the hatchet. sudJcn- Section; Office, (up stairs) over the SCore of T/L Bettoo, as designat :
Left may .
on ; J 22, Township RanareS aW tLe W X W /Aii t V .
; iTO tract lying 2* miles East of sale I t
lv The Unit of lh. Le'p rd went ;o the mouth I } of' the S W } of Section 1, and the E f of the S E Hsq M. P. ELLIS, Agent.. Tallahassee, and cjnUiBi'ug 960 acre,of which oaf ror The L)*( of Drtwn Nimbers ao4 FTIZM w'a.be V

of t ti! !, t.uioiado to iuterrapt 250 then, whom, it f 4 of Section 2, in Township 2, flange 3. all S <& E; Tallahassee Dee. 4, 1858.: 49 600'are cleared l thIs plantation i* admirably watered, TD.OOTS Shoes and Saddler < sent to porcbueji jmmrduleljr( mft* tb_ drtwiar. .

\> a< reported| had l> landed from the! \Vunliiogtoi containing 200 acres more or less; to be sold to pay and tk e of tIM zfflttt desirable tract in Middle JL> W;z. DEN1S .t CO: tSr Porchaaers wilJ pleasvwrU "their awwSn

on the lrevioull night.VTwncT debts of said Estate. John B. Whitehurst, FIor cJ&- For part ular, apjplj to Major RoskaT Lloyd. Sept.25, 81S8., 1iU plain and gin their Pw t Q$ee.CWJDI% AD a .
JAMES W. D WITT, Adnfr. GAXBTE. 2t or BemeeMser that jyerj.jgdrsw aM

('nn-rcealonal. December 11. 1858. 50-4 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. TaL'ahasJCLfiAN ACFARLAN. _' V For sale !t- psyab1ebmulIvithout.d.dn.tj V ;. .. ;

W, Dec. IS.-Tha' tUndino; committees MARIANNA, FLA.WILL No,. 20, 18tS. 4'141 V OPE Bagging sad*fwine. tf All prias. o(U,OO aDd under ptid J 4I; C

of the Senitc were fleeted today.Mr.. Clingman .e&-C-B3J C practice to the Circhit.Coort* of Jackson, 'l. R W.L. DENNIS A CO. diately after the.drMriBtrthtf- pri s t the' a.

introduced 1 n resolution strongly fsronng the abro- V ,Of, .THE ,Washington and Holmes counties Notice.V Llbyi.8epL25f8s(: 8 tune of thirty dayf> .
'ti.'n of the Cliyton Bulwer treaty, and he made V and pay special attention to collecting1. V V All eominankajtloM ifrtetlooofidettUal,; *.
II the rJews. Mr. Gwin D4RTL1 wlw may have ,NEG EJ V Address Orders fer Ticket .r CertifiwUt t. V
--peira exprc->inj sam Farmers' & Exchance Bank, November, 188.V 48-ly ForAFJSI5 .
.. title a speech in favor( the IVdflc Railway bill V.L U4VBOYS to hk.during th.e %jmight V $. SWAN. & CO,Air '. / .

In the iloute five Watronj case was up. The doiiU OF CHIRLKSTOY. MEDICAL _NOTICE, 'fiuj it to their! adraotag to.addr the >t of Harana Seean and Tobacco. ." IF 1' ;nJ4 DeUonI, V

.- this will terminate tomorrow '-' subscriber at Tallafiataee. : ., V W.VL.DENNIS 4 CO. .rj. ." '/ Vtim.by
on question "probably .&
SIGHT EXCHANGE ON N. Y. it lOOBSRT CJta &MIl'Qld. SUed., aDd: :
V iJ. GAMBIA: ; Jr.eeii:4 Lloyd. Sept5, 135&VV 89
Dr. Wm. .L Carroll V V .4 V aIdreuiag &wan&VfQ
; '
1858. 49-4 .
A resolution adopted tling for Information FOR SALE.A. eltieL r 4.
m n ard! to r.ritisli outrage lathe GolC TTA'flNO pen&aneotly settled near Esqmr Bees- GoldPens. V
Int use excitement prevaU. in relation to the *. Dee 1658. 49 AgeoLTallaliasce ,,171 ley'*. Under baa profeasiooal services; ia thfceitisen --i.'SaIeot,1e i eL EVEEY KISD,;.'1rith.) and without ba.od1es.1 T e6.f ,all"ft J f Wi" ,

"ling of the tramer WosLingtoa by the British.MatUrslooV of surroaoding eouotrv. Office at IM T Y McDOUOALL &VROBB'. Jt A"t '4 "t .""..- i1 '
> older ol,UM Jiulgt ot Probate :
sqtraHy. The government dit-patches FIRE INSURANCE. residence ia front of D Witt>old *t r& Coootj.VV November 1858: 45 V V ...A -. DUllW9ra .. .
: .
JLf f'
the .
tnd r igned Kxcoulrix of, the the
Iat4 Henrc
November be.I/ thtLt'aJIIoa
27 UJ8. 49tmJustBeceived
in rilaliou to the boarding of the fteamer\\ashlng'oii .- 1.eDtj .Fas-at.s ICbs
have not been but regarding : 0 Saxini; dt'ceased.will.. a at. public celeryto,thi. .. ''Build t. ..m i .
jet tiirulged; 'er t. .j
highest dder before the _
: Cowt-hoos Kate.THOMASTON"LJ
door in th
th. UTF RDJill IXSUSA5CEPKCBA7JL COPY1( VV, !. rialL V JoLI, e '
ue\v pax| rtj ort* as correct persons ia high V city of TaUahasMe, CIOhe.rst Monday .ia V mg ,.penA ) 0.: '< ..1. ,
,. January. .tl1.N..Oilt&l .
It-nil |'o,itions consider our rcUlious with Great .L\SURAXCE. COMPANY TD tJCKWHEAT.PLOUR ia '@ J bogs., ma, tU ibliowipg! ,NEGROES be1oan to aatd :. _' V Etta D 1.- j
lintaiu d.Hu\-iiB
in an exceedingly critical e ld tion' V F1iAlTr1tD,4oNc: ; : _D'SupeTtor1 Go heo ButterVV V VV V Estate ih*: Gmrr-.g d,aboat 10; hIiiiacii-.s V Blind aoMtoUer && ,. UflgeOeer5Vyr; :.tir :. ::1;
--- 1 Trim*old Jara Coffee 'lI.c &rODI, *oj. ?118; .Taged about and V & VV [ V V :-'it i. ;' :
28. .
Cure Capj1aIE- 00. fg A.aopen9fSartiele: of Blind -
for Consumption. -lggr.'g 100,000,000 Stae e
V '
-k. J '
i Irish Petaloe*. ". V ter tbre children. Term mad know. on the dar V V '. A ef' : 53afiBtiSEf *
VFu f" door I.Oeb
The following recipe for:tha cure of t silo MEGINJUSS: oral 'jt .. : .KDobe.1t..tio ( 0''T :i_ .t
.t :EPS.AteuL by O.'cI J: ." ELIZABETH SAXON, Exfr. .' -.L. f ,
a, tlfl. Cold?, Ac, was lutnded.ca. fe>r l Coo&Ump"l T a&iH.'D. ,1 t.&i" Nov.2tIU8,. 47-Ct Dcvembcr; 188. V ory G..r.1fEOISNlSS'oT ( ) .?.t: "' : 'ft' !.

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Tie. Floridian & Journal NEW GOODSe'AS THROUGH IN 48 HOTJBS! SCHEDULE OF TRAINS WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, !t'I Insolvent Estate) Notice.


: f AMES S. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE S'ORE MANUFACTURER\ or CorpBnTiN AND SHEET I B W.. Sheriff and Adroiaistratq
1R0'l'V ARE. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL, S ez officio, of the Estate. of John B.Scott late
At Two DoLLAa* per annum,in advance. IN .eae. & JAPANNED : of Jefferson cnty. deceased, has filed in the Pm
TALLAHASSEE! DEALER IN PLAIN, FANCY AND I bate office Jefferson county a written suggestionthat

TERMS OF ADVERTISING.One -0- LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY WARE. : be be1n.the Estate of John B. Scott,
square<< of I 2 lines,or less first insertion |1 00 (SUNDAYS EXCf.PTED,) Stove Ilrad-Qnnrlcrf I| inolnnt ;
M each subsequent 50 FALL AND WINTER. U. S. Mail Line \ SPLENDID assortment Cooking.. Parlor I Teref"re. notice is given to all persons having
arrival of Steamer front Charleston and Sa-
said Estate, t. file
Professional and OJf Iht
Buaiaeu Card inserted at 110 per J.- and Wood) Stoves,trimtottd with neatness. I claim insl 'ppar.au
Vahmih, at Callahan with for
connecting Stage
Tooum.Advert'tsmVut. -0- I same with the Judge of nor
SeD11.eek1.y and at reducedpires.Out
Tr.dftillnnd Ccntrevillx:! ,Ga.; at Baldwin with before the 84th day January when there
: & not marked with the number ofiosertis SILKS AND DELAINS next
Legits Milton Tuetdatft and Frularfs al 10 I SUe for TalUhassee Tiail with Door Work.
at Bridge Stage distribution
; will bs of th
will be R
continued until forbid and fant
charged 5iic! Meriooea Cloths
Poplina and Clothing. blong
accordingly. o'clock, a. m. for Middleburg; and at Stirke with Stages fer New- Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads,Gnlterinf Copper I to Eatai. the er dltln .

Gf Certificate of publication of legal or estate Va1enLiaa Ribbons and ahd TrimmiDg.Challies. Linlt"Domestics and aDd F1aDnell Prints. Leaves ChattahoocJtee Tuesday's and Satyr. I nansrill(7 (Gainsrill, MicanopyFlemington, and and Tin Conducting Pipes,Sheet Lead Sheet i li time the .mongt.Ewards will $>"

notwfts will not be given until tbe advertising fee ispaid. Embroideries A H".iefJ, Blankets and Kerae1", day's after the arriral of the Steamer from Ooala.LEAVE Starke Zinc,Lead Pipes Patent Cistern notice.umps. Shop work ,I his final discharge from app Id
daily.(Sundays excepted.) on ar- of variety done at.hort. Estate. THOMAS J.
Clocks sad Mautillss. Hats and Cape Tallahassee every clutE
Apalachicolaand Stage from rival 01 Stamen; and connecting! at Fernandina with : .
BOOT AND SHOES Fla. and Bainbridge Ga. Steamers for Savannah and Charleston City and Country merchants Jut Pbt.
on Monday 1 July 17. 1853. 2>- BLACKSMITHING! Carpets and Oil Cloths, Iron and Nails, IN GOOD TWO-UORSE HACK Tuesday, Wednesday and Ft iday. Are respectfully invited to give me a call be rot e pur -

Cornices and Curtolus Paints and Oils. LINE is now in first-rate order. The wnole A. IL COL:, Sop't. chasing elsewhere. ; Insolvent Estate Notice.t
-0- Hardware And Cutlery, Barging and Rope. TillS has been renewed with new and corn for- May 1. 1858. 18MEDICAL fy N.B. All articles m.innfactacd from the very .

is hereby gen that Crochety and Glass-ware ::blt aDd Fish, able Hucli. The Drivers are cartful, sober sod accommodating. best material and warranted durable. No other art, STATE OF FLORIDA )l

:&NOTICE Dt.l-" GROCERIES AND FRUIT.A A liberal allowance of baggage allowed !- NOTICE. l I.will be offered for sale. JEFFERSON' COUNTY f"T
[ continued as hereto- October 20,1851. 42Liverr : AMES. administrator of lit EslaSs
to each --()-- DEWIT.
assortment of the above articles
fore at tbe OLD STAXD of D. C. WILSON, in the general now cmiog passenger. -- -- --.- .-- -- !' f) of Charles late Jefferson county;
into and Df. J. H. M.
name, style and! firm of Store offering at AGENTS: Gardner, Wines, Syrups, &r. deceased,has filed in the Probate office of Jeffersort

LOWEST CASH PRICES! .X* Milton JAS. A. CKA'I, TTAVING located LLOYD," offers his Pao- OtardBrandy. Sparkling dtr, I county a written suggestion that he believes the Estate .

:li:. B. Fitts &ICo. FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTS : Genera, Ak, W. D. MONBOE, -LJFE93IONAL SiRvicM to the Citizens of the place OLD Port, Old Port Juice, t of Charles W. DeW.t t b insolvent; Therefore -

Braleful for the patronage heretofore extended them, COUNTRY PRODUCE Campbelton, J. W.SMITH and the surrounding country. Madeira, Brandy Cherries. I notice is given to persons having elamnq
they are BOW better prepared and determined to Mariana, W. NICHOLS Oct 9, 1858 41 Sherry, sardines. against said Estate, to appr and file the same wit
Cbaltaboochoe D. Counx.PaaeengtrB Sparkling Gelatine. Preserved Quinces, |t the Judge of Probate county f n o before the.

SPARE NO PAINS :13.uEaP31oGEORGE Paper.. tan b. taken through with certainty Just Received Flavoring Extracts It Fears. 14th day of MAT next, when there will be I pro rata

W. scoriSept.18 setuiiry!:\ and with comfort. Yeast Powders Tam.riDd.. distribution of the funds belonging to said Estate
ton their part to accommodate all who m.f furor 1858. >3 GEO.D. FISHER, Prop'r.IIDd Con'r.June TN STORE, and for sale by the undersigned a : Spanish Olives, Spices. I amongst the creditors thereof,a which tim.te said
.4ICU with their patronage, 12. 1858: 24tfPLANTERS' JL fresh supply of DRUGS and CHEMICALS of Corn Starch Pickles. James W. DeWitt will apply for hi. fl w'hrg

SUCH AS Maryland State Lotteries. which the following are a few- Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, from the administration of said .

and 10 oZ!. Beboerioc 6 ozs.lod. Ammonia, English Mustard, Capers psq TBOS.J. CHASE Judge of Probate.
Re- u
Shoeing, Ironing HOTEL ..
R. FRANCE & Co. 10 Santonine a U Sulphur, Claret, Cocoa November 1.1868. 464m
f\l !
and Manager ,
OHorle Carriages Bug ,
15 Chinotdltl, 10" }tit Silver, AMES. LIVELY. I T Collector's
*, Plantation work of \ y (\Y the Maryland State Lottene., present the fol- 12 .. Cin bona Sulpb, 10 Ext Mcneala, January 5. 1856. I Notice.
every description, V/ lowing Splendid Schemes m. Tallahassee, Fla. 25 It Morphia"' 2" Elatenum, i TT7ILL be told before the Court b.door in the

For 1858. 25 to .. Act, 12.t Cit Iron, I \ town of Monticello,on the of Feh-
Hill Irons dud repairing same, Ironing Wagons AUGUST and Sale Stable.
SUBSCRIBER would inform .
THE respectfully 20 Piperine 40 :' ex QuinineS i rr bUt the folown Und.to-wit: the N W } of
and Carts, friends and the public generally that the to % 4, S'
They caution of Tickets to beware of Strychnine, 6 eratrJ! H E undersigned gives notice See TowtwKip I. IUag A K,
and in fact every other discription of work made of ordering Tickets purchasers in Lotteries where above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the 8 lbs. Pliospate of Am- 15 Ibs. Sulph Ether JL that he has purchased I laned upon as the property of L.Lipscomb and sold

Iron and Steel. all of which we WARRANT,and pled.. large Capitals are offered for a small cost extraordinary of Ticketsall second day of August next. He invites the attention moou, 50 M Chlorofc>rm. ___ the Livery Stable of_ t> satisfy the State and County and Railroad tUM
,nrselres to execute at the shortest notice. such are swindles. of the public to its 10 Ibs. lod. Potash 30" Glycerine (pure) William H.Newsom,in Tallahassee together with the .II at the same place and time the S W J of the N

U. B. FITTS & CO. Tbe Maryland Lotteries have been in existence for Facilities for their Accommodation.It 2 casks Rock Potash. good will of the establishment and that he is now J, th. :VT 4 of S W J,Section 19, Township 1.

Feb.27. IliS. 9-ly Forty Years. They are drawn by a State Officer being in the immediate vicinity of the most desirable -ALSO- prepared to carry on the business in all its branehe, Range 4, t E. Levied open as the properly of
business of the and promises the public with good accommodationsin Starling Gamer,and to be sold to satisfy taxes due
and can be relied on. If you draw a Prise you will portion city presents SOO ozs. SULPH QUININE
Co-Partnership: Notice JAMES D.MORRIS.Tax .
get The whole country is flooded with SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTSto his line on reasonable terms. I
your inouey.
Warranted and which offer low for CASH. Assessor A Collector for Jefferson Fla.
"\t the undersigned, lave this day formed a Co- Bogus Lottery concerns. Beware of them. .
the traveler of business or pleasure: and is unsurpassed AMES & LIVELY. 36 November U. 1858.
"f Order in the 4
Partnership under the name, .tlund firm ef t2f Maryland State Lotteries. -
in all its appointments for the enjoyment of July n, :868. 31
: .
for the transaction of the Clothing and Merthatit : State Lottery. GOOD Li.YJAYG. P. B. Brl OKA W'S. is hereby given that application will be

Tailoring butinett, and would re'pectfu1l111OIicit. a Tallah.assee F1a. J\ to the next General Assembly of the
continuation of the patronage for the new firm received 05- HIS TERMS are MODERATE. LIVERY 1KB IlL STABLES State for a Charter 1 lo build a Rai Road
To be drawn to Baltimore on Saturday tilt ISM. UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the
by the members of it in former times. Augnit THE from some point on the St. Johns near
JOHN PRATORIUS, It Drawn Ballots each Package of S.Ticket, C. HOWARD FISHER. TALLAllASSEEFLotttDA. that they have associated themselves Lake Harfaev, to some point on rYer.Rive.

ASA B. CLARKE. 1 Grand Prize of..140,000 1 PrIze o$2,00Q July 31, 1868. 81-tf I''HE would in- business,under the name and style of Septemller 8. 1858.
| Prize of ........... 10,000 1.. ...... 2.000 Proprietor S83mNotice.
October l4(8)( ) 1868. 43 JL form his friends and the
I 10,000 1 fardy Baya &; Co.
1 :::::::::::: 8,051: I : :::::: == DENTISTRY.DR. .public,that tie has rebuilt hi.__ .

I ............ 5,000 to Prizes of.... 1,3. Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now for ale purpose of following the trade Founders and month. after date, I present final
NEW COODS. 1 ............ 5,000 to" ...... T. J.'CUR LEE, arge SIX bl my
accommodate his friends aDd customers Machinists,and are prepared to execute all kinds of and vouchers to Hi / of Probate
1 ............ 5,000 !O. ...... :5)i continue, in future,the prepared to >n. Judge -
Cloths Ca8.imerttltlngl andGents' 1 ............ 6,))00 148 U ...... 480 WILL prae-_ lIe also has attached to his Stables,a good Blacksmith work appertaining to this business. Steam Engines of Leon county as administrator of the Estateof
Clothing ............ .... of DENTISTRY, in South ; and
1 5,000 tI4. 100 Shop.where he willhave have done all kinds of furnished to order warranted to gin satisfaction. Regan, late of said deceased, and
and Youths'furnishing Goods, 1 ............ 5,000 tI4" _.... 6U Georgia and Middle and East Florida.He Ricbar county
Mills and of all kinds trade with
Plantation Hone and work in Sugar Castings ask from said administration.E.G.GRISSETT .
1 ............ 5,0(10 e6" .... ao has had several practical experience in the work shoeing Carriage a discharge
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 1 ............ 6.000 ,1M ..'.... SoI years the very best manner and with promptness and dis- neatness and dispatch. Plans and estimates furnished AdmtV.
--_ _J ,., a ............ 5,0001 ,40 a ...... 11,11 profession the last three of which has been In tboe:! pntch. of all kinds of Machinery and Engineering. Theyare June 26. 1858.

rpIIE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving at the. 80,816 Prizes..........amounting- to.........".".tlioLOOQ sections and durable country.character His work and satisfaction is of the meat beautiful November IS, 1853. 44 also sole agents for Hoard t Sons Steam Enginesfor Notice.OIX ._- .

JL OLD STAND formerly occupied by JOHX PBAToaics Tickles IIO.lIaIret' ,Qoarter|UO,JICblh: ;i.s. in instance.! is guaranteed ------ Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing and Har .
and well selected stock rachge! of2SWlucilea.$114.00 every Carriages Buggies and Harness rison's Grist Mills fur stedta or horse after the first of this
a large power. Moths publication no
do. do. 26 llalres............... ,'..COdo. All communications sent( to Monticello.! Fla.. will JOSEPH t SIX
Jl do. Quarter*............... ".M receive attention as soon 'as previous engagements For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. CARDY I the undersigned administrator nr the Estate.
Fi\LL\ & \\VINTER COTI1IFOR do. do tll Eibthl................ lS .U will permit. WILLIAM BAYA, I of Antonio D.lo del. late of Leon county,
.- ,,___ v' "'" PrHE Subscriber has just received a JOHN CARDY. will present acunt and vouchers to the
HAVANA PLAN. _I_ vety large: supply of Carriage!, May 30,'57.' 22-ly I Judge of Probate of said county anti ask to be dis

MENS' AND YOUTHS', REFER > CEI : Buggies.. and Harness,which he offers charged. : R.A.SHINE, AdmtV.

together with A full amortmeiit of Shirts, Collars, 0 GOT. M. S. Parry, Florida. for sale on the meet reasonable. terms. AETNAINSURANCE I June 19. 1MB. 25SinNotice._ _
This i* the old node of DrIlJIJ ft.r-Prize. in OH --
Cravats,Ties, Glares. Cotton and Merino } Hose, Hox.J. L.SEWAHO, )l November 18, 1854. 46
,bilk: ) Cotton and Merino Undershirt, Drawers, &e.AL Wheel and Tltlett in aRolller.-A'ftTJ Prin tt Ho*. P. E. Lots J Thomasville, Ga. I I CONPANYOF i .

OA Drains out. Ho*. W. S. DlLWORTH, ) NEW CAR AGESHO( ?. | SIX montl.s from the first publication of this notice, .
paa PATAILI IX PVLL WITIIOII'f AST: oii'ecnoa. R T. W. E. HAMILToN, 3 r Monticello. F1 a. | undersigned begs leave to inform the citi. I undersigned Executrix of the last Wi and
black and colored
fine aunrtment of Cloth, Ca. Maryland State Lottery. Ho*.J. C.MCOHSB )l'l ,,. of Tallahassee and "vincioity that he Las : I testament t f Daniel L.buck deceased, o
imers and Vesting, which they are prepared to. COL. B. C. Pore, [r :1 d.i5Ot1. a. pened a carriage shop in this place joiningBrokaw's thcorpofated in 1S19.:' "_Charter Perpetual. i county will! present her final account t the Judge/

manufacture to order in the best nnd meet fashionable EXTAR CLASS 9, M. WHIT SMrfn. Alligator,Fla. --0-- of Probate o. said county, and ask to discharged.

style, and at the shortest notice. Terms reason To be drawn in Baltimore,deL,Saturday, Aug. SSIa,18tS. April 25, '67. 17 Livery Stables, CASH CAPITAL,-81,000,000. I SUSANNAH HOUCK, Ext'x.

able. A liberal discount for caluPRATORIUS 20.1 Prizes I 40,000 Tickets 1 II 1 in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner July 3, 1858. 27-6ni
& CLARKE.The call New Books. where he is prepared to do all Kinds: of work in his INSURE AGAINST LOSS AND DAMAGE!BY FIRS I ---- -
\Ve would particular attention to the following
undersigned would repAtfully request his ON TERMS ADAPTED THE HAZARD "Notlce.--
line at tbe shortest notice and on the most
scheme of 16 whole tickets AND CONSISTENT WITH TilE LAWSOs'
f former customers to come forward at as early a day splendid a package [ receiving a large stock of Nrw
montl-s after tbe first of this '
Now COMPENSATION publication no.
costing only f 80-and every other ticket being all the REASONABLE TERMS, SIX
as possible and settle up their old account including recent !_
',the ndmiuistrator of tbe Estateof
warranted draw determined tae B. C. LEWIS undersigned
to $10
JOHN by cumber both and Ameri ? Agent "
PRATORIUS. publications English such as carriage painting and trimming; making new Henry B. Bradford, will present hi.final
October !3. 1858. .43 drawing the Capital Prize, whether odd or can, bound in every variety of style. Gift Book and buggies and wagons and all kind of repairing.The For Tallahasse and vicinity. I account and a .ply! dt8Ue.of Probate of

.NEW ODS-NCU' GOODS.- even. Annuals in Superb binding' and a large supply of undersigned i iA prepared to do this kind of August 15. 1857. 33 county for a itiwliarjtf t( JudIe nclniinwt ration of L

II smxbib pttrRa.I Bibles and Prayers. McDOUQALL rrizeof..8.: 4 ApPf9x1mat'JI t .....2OO November 6, 1868. done at the North. The Original Extra QualityCORN I
WEBER & DANNHEIMER .. 4J5 JUDe 5. 1858836m
: 1 .......... 10.000" .... 100 _
I 1 .......... :1.000" aI .... 6G All those who have this kind of work to de, and .. STARCH. i ---- -
MERCHANT TAILORS, .. .....--_ .. M Statinnery.1TUST wUhjt done in amanner that will: not..il to .in I Notice. -s
.......... H .. .
t.ooo.4 it : for Ice
satisfaction, wcrla do well to call IJKEPARKU expressly Paddings. Cream.
ASD DEALERS: W received 500 Reams of month. ofter the first publication of this iwr
1 ....... .. 1,0001I Paper including evfj onWM. JL I SIX
KUHNS. Cakes, Bance Custards. Pies.
Mange Porriges,
1, 8 aI .. eo variety of Letter. Note, Bill : the ondereignei! administratrix of the
READY-MADE CLOTHING : :::::::::: :: ery Cap Legal Cap July 10, 1858. 28 Ac.: Received fresh by AMES A: LIVELY. tate of Fletcher Whilaker. late of E
and Folio Post Ladies Bath and
and Commercial
.. gilt ungilt -
AND 1 a ........,. aoo 8 ....to OelIIS6. 42 teecle.
1 a .......... 400 If Not., blue, white and assorted colors, every Cod Liver Oil. county will present her tnal acount. t the Judge of
GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS 1 .. .......... 400 8I .. .... 10 style and size. Envelopes to suitMcDOUGALL A PURE of the celebrated Brands"" H I -- lYobate, of said county ask to b discbar
.......... too FRESH Florida SARAH ,
TALLAHASSEE. 1 : .......... too 8 a .. :59 A HOBBY. Clark \ Adrty
-, 100 a .......... 100 are .................. 10,000 November 6, 1868. 45 For sale by AMES A: LIVELY!: /COMPLETE in 6 volumes.J .** I SeptTI_lel858. _37- m_ -
THE SUBSCRIBERS are now recciring, toOOO" .......... 10 are................,200-000 1856. 14
Store next to R. H. Berry's A uet at11 Whole Tickets $10 Halves 15,Quarters $2.90A POST & MEL Aprils ------ McDOUGALL 4: HOBBY. I Notice.
Room a well selected Stock: of FALL A Manager Certificates of Packages 18 Wholes, where Sspt.6,1857. 36Blacksmith I I IX months after the tnt publication of this nO
TER GOODS, suitable forQESTLEMKNS persons wish to par the only, will be sent t<>r.fSO COMMISSION Tax Collector's Sale. I ties, the undersigned of the Estateof
; WEAR do. do. Ullaltes, do.. 40 be sold for State. County and Railroad and Rev.John Wesley Rhodes late of Jcr-
dl do. K Quark Aa.. 20 WILL deceaset
consisting in part of French and English Cloths, Cas- do.) do. 16 Eighths, do....,.,. 10 i G4 Poydrns Street for 1858 before the Court.house door, Horse Shoeing Etlablithment. ersoo county, wi present account and '
.imeres and Vestings of the latest*tj Ie aDd best qual. N"E'VV O E..a..NS. in tbe city of Tallahassee within legal hours on tHE SUBSCRIBER fvoUhe to Judge of Probate of said county-au
; leave
ity which they. are prepared, to make up to order ina The Managers have been compelled from the numerous I 4 ?Monday the 20th day of December next, the following JL | begs to inform tho ask fur a discharge.LAURINDA.
citizens Tallahaseee and
workman like and hshioLable manner, and on REAOKABLX complaints made to them of unfaithfulness REFER TO lauds, lying/ within the county of Leon to-wit; vicinity that HENRY M. RHODES, Admfx.Monticello. ) .

: Tu)( Also, a good assortment of on the part of those who have been attending to tile Messrs. Thomas J Perkins & Co., Tallahassee, Fla. The S W J of N E 4. of Section 33, Township 1. R. HICKd will carry on the S'pt.4. I<-58. Sft-fim

READY-MADE CLOTHING filling of orders, to resume the correspondence business i. I. R. Harris A; Co., Quincy, 1. N & W,containing 40 acres more or lesa. Own.er' BLACKSMITH BUSINESSin Notice.
and in tbeir name not known. L. C. DEMILLY,
4 consisting of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock own name. Denbam & (Palmer, :Montkelle, all its various' branches, and is prepared to execute
I t
t3T" Order Tickets from the Managers only. Nov. 20, 1858. 4'7-5w Tat Collector. Months alter the first publication t> this no-
Coals,Fancy Cassimere Business Coats Black and U Beard Address all letters to R. FRANCE t CBaltimore the undersigned will his final account
Colored Raglans/ and Orel Coats, Black and Fancy i < ,j Md. Mr. James Filor Key West, MMessrs. :For Sale. will be warranted to be equal to that of any other and vouchers As administrator present of the Estateof

Doeskin and Cassiraere Pants,. Figured Grenadineand i March 6, 1858. 10-ly McNaught McKinnoti& Ormond Atlanta, Geo." YOUNG and likely negro WOMAN with her Blacksmith here or elsewhere, and will guarantee Thomas H.A tril.deceased,late of Leon county,
Fancy Silk and Caesimere Vests. I J. N. A Co, Thomasville, A satisfaction: in JOB.
child. The above woman is only 18 years of and ask for a
-AL80- August 14, 1S58. 33lyHilisborough age.strong and healthy in every respect, and< a first.rate HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ting discharge.JESSE AVERITT, ExtV.Oct. .

A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats NEWJIOODS.CHEAPJOOJJS.. field band. For further particulars apply at 0 all Vehicles, plantation work, and ill ether 2.1858. 40-6m

and ties,shirts, merino, s.lk: and cotton under shirts, MilitaryACADEMY. Wot. O. 1858. 47-5w THIS OFFICE. branches appertaining to his business'will -
collars, socks gloves, Ac. -- receive careful and prompt atten .
The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely -Cigars. tion. R.H.BERRY Months present my final

unknown to the community and they pledge / kN JANUARY twelfth 1859 a MILITARY CIGARS-just received. Feb. 1*. 1858. Agent. and vouchers t tbe lion.Judge of Pro.

themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favor I I V ACADEMY will be opened at Hillsborough] N. 5QOO McDOUGALL A HOBBY. bate Jefferron county, as admii.tratr of the Estate .

them with their palrenage.J. C., under tbe conduct of Capt C.C.Txw. now Superintendent November 0 ,1858 45 Pure Zinc White, of ANN BAILEY,late cunt <
WEBER, AM now receiving my large and carefully selected of the State Military Academy at Colombia and ak for a discharge from said adminiatrationJAMES .
L. DANNHEIMER.Oct. STOCKS of FALL and WINTER GOODS, 8. C. Tbe discipline and course of studies Just Received: ( i prepared OIL) F. CARTER AdmtV.

16. 1858. 42 embracing every
: Virginia State: Military Institutions. There will be PER GALVESTON from New Orleans; and beautiful WbUe direct from the manufactory ,
SEW GOODS.WE but one vacation in the year. : ,and offer it with most perfect .
Silk Robes a Laiae, Striped d'Loir. II For particulars address! the undersigned at Columbia Fresh Buckwheat, Superfine do. confidence, as possessing all the which Month after date I shall present my final
are now receiving a large and carefully selected qaJtie render
a Volante Plaid A Plain Cord Silks Gosbeh Butter Extra Re-boiled
S Stock GROCERIES, and Fall and .. l : S.C.. until January 1st, after that date at Hills- Syrup. a paint most detiralle, viz I. and vouchers to the Honorable JoJg
a Quille Double Skirt I N. C. C. TEW. No. 1 Mackerel in kitts, Ribbed Sides and Shoulders administratrix of
borough brilliancy of Color,frreJam from of Probate Jefferson as
Winter DRGOODS, embracing every. style and M M Flounced Bfk Silks of every wanted in this mlU'krt.GROCERIES. Ett
; quality usually FloriDa and Marceiline Silk. Citron and Currants, Sugar cured Ham, ijxTi"J from said adnrinutralioo. -
inmates of apartment*-its and ask for a discharge
&c. Worsted Goods : Plantation Plant Extra Flour Bagging and Rope. in the most efposed situations, and its durability superiority REBECCA GRANTHAM, AdtL

Onions, Rio and Java Coffees Cashmere and Detain Robes a Lr u. FOR SALE! CA RELLA MAXWELL to Whitt Lead in all t.h various uses to which Oct. 80. 1868. 44m

Potatoes, Cracked Granulated t .. U Vola te. tbe.purpose of bringing tbeir joint interest November 6, 1858. 46 the latter h heretofore applied. For sale by
* Currants Bacon Brown Sugar clear and I' U Id .e double Skirt, FOR a close, tbe undersigned offer for .. their -Virginia Tobacco. AMES & LIVELY. .
t Ralmo Sides Black Bareges and Cballies Plantation, known as VxanuaA, situated about nine April a, 18118. U month after Jt.L s adminhtratof of tn*
Dried Apples, ribbed c BOXES:: HULLINS' TOBACCO Caroline G.Cole
and Meriooe and jutrectlYtd'and.ror Cole and
Poplins miles East of Tallahassee lying between the 0 0
Citron, Ac. Sugar Cured Hams, Solid colored Cashmeres: and D lains, Pensacela English Dairy Cheese, Pork, Lard dec, R. A.SHINE Ja I
Agent.November present ota with the
Scotch Plaids t
'Railroads--within five miles of either road, and containing ly.fl. Ett
Gosheo Butter, 13. 1868. 4ft Dealers in Medicines &c. i Probate of. said
Alpaca's aDd Bombasines, 920 acres,or there abvuts-500 of which are Drags, the Bo county an.
together with Colgate Pale Saop in ht & qr. Boxes Figured Delaios at all price cleared. The lands are as good as any in the country Notice.rpHE TU&T received from New Yerk per bark R.H.Oamfj -I the said court for a discharge from my aini.t.

-4UOA Sundries: the location healthy and the water the best this bin, a general aMortmefti of articles iu our line, thp thereof according to law.

small but eouplcte assortment of good Liquors, English Crapes Bonnet, Belt end Trim- side of the mountains. Upon the premises k >-. ., mi. Sft J such as Oil.of almost every kind Burning FDia 20. 1838. 476mNotice.
Holland cod Whitr Lead,Sue and other Window
Wines GOOD
Black Silk Velvet, ning Ribbon, Annual Meeting of the Stockholder* of ti>.. .
beat Ftiity.Bnwiw Potash,Soda,
Pbilipy.) Monongahala Whiskey Cider London Porter .J i U Ribbons, Blk: & col'd Silk Fringes three stories high and containing thirteen large rottms.Tbe JL PensaeoU A Gearrfa Railroad Company will quality Mustard, p.rUIngGelatio.Lodon I A LLperaocatodA.dtotbaaJ1DiOML1510104' the
and JeOrie Sparkling Ale, Ac.,Ac. Kid out-bouses of Brick and built in the most Frel Brandy(very be) jUu C. .. Godbold. hereby related to
Ladies a Gents lores, Crochet are be held in the Town of Madison, on Monday,the 20th medicinal Lemon v are climmet'l
-DRY GOODS- substantial We will also sell with the poea. Pepper ad settle A lie office of .
Velvet Trimminn. TINeD BoLtOOl.Silk. manner. place, December next. By order, Ink*,Quinine, Bark Fluid Extract Btrfho a
Kerseys O.nabnrgsGeorgia Plains.Wool and mixed A Worsted 0.10001. BFk col'd Dress Button, Corn Fodder, 50 head of stock cattle, the same number F.Il.FLAGG.. Se 'y. Ac.Ac, and a general assortment of Popular DtMein A.P. AHAKEK.October .

Liosevt, Blankets, Ac. Mns de Lames Oam- French ugeuie and R. R. YJUCKKK NOTIOM. of hogs, with a few blooded cattle of the Durham October 30,1858. 44 We keep none but the very P and 21,185J. 4> .
heirs Cashmeres, Silks Ac. Tweeds and Corset., breed. Sentinel and Madison Messenger copy. -
your patronage. For S1e.mHEsvbeeriberoffersfoTsaleLisLW1NE
Kentucky Jeans Edgings and InsetS Txans.-One third eash, the balance on a creditor hop .
Hoops Skirts : MILES NASH,A CO.
tings, American A French Prints.AN 1, t and S years, the purchaser giving notes drawing fb Sell or Rent. March 18BOOX situ
Crown Bustle, Coronation Skirt. 8 per cent.inUrsst. with two good securities and "B ARBOUR..HILL" tract of Land, well .15 JL at CentreviH*. ILls a 15 bone power
xzcEtunrr: ASSORTMENT or al
Extension;Steel. Skirts. Crnvelli Balmoral Skirts with mortgage on the property. Persons wishing to THE in Jefferson county,Containing about 720 superior Grist Hill attached. Al
Gents Boots and Shoes Crutch. *- Child and Misses. purchase. will please apply to either of u.. acre valuable land, (originally very fine ham BIIG.THE NOW' a w ao all the necessary shafting a potties.

PI) Misses and Chiiaren Shoes- and Boot,'I! Mantles And Cloaks : Y.B.CHARES. mock.) may be purchased or rented on reasonable ,PARED WITH It M.orJet.y.! mk and warranted .b
a POWELL CHAIRES. inferior
term by applying to I he undersigned.D.S. to I
Cloak St e.
Flash Talma .
ofever3fkiA6AfIsaJIy. OeL,1858. 4 -*m WALKER TOOLS AND ,jfflsM. MATERIALS .
Agent easy.
Moir and .Velvet Blade and cord .
Antique ,
: and Dress Goods.
Clotting! Gents November 47llaster's Jl. 1851.
Mantles Zephyr Worsted Mantles 410mRICITAIthSON'S 20. 1858. FOR 1300KW BINDING Oct 4 -
,Punts.. :Cloth, Doe Skin, Oaseimere and Tweed, -
Cloth Talma*. I Sale. Sale.
fn the
all and soficiu the of

:'Ve Coats.ts- do.do. do.Plain. Scotch.do. Satin and do.Silk. Laces and Embroideries : : EJ: LJNENS: TYx*virttJB of a decree in Chancery in Leon Circuit cJtbeos bh TaU and surrormdingconotry.patronage His D T virtue of Ld ethic Hon.J. Waylee' BaD .'

1JtMIenbirtt-1l_riooe; Lambs' Wool Silk A: Cotton, YalencienM Collar and Mourning Coif a Sleeves, DAMASKS, DIAPERS Ac. JD Court in a certain cause wherein John Martini Shop,it u t fonnerly oeeopiad by Dr. ._ ker. Judge of the Middle Circuit of Florida

Lfoen Bosom Shirt;CaHco and Cotton Shirts, Slee..... Emb'd" .e CONSUMERS of RiauaDaort JwN. and those i complainant and William Kuhn and Sophia, hv CalC opposite the Episcopal Cbvrdl Be i i a p rendered in the cause Thompson and Wife versus

Pure Flax:Marseilles and Linen Shirt Bosoms., Maltese Collar. A..Sleeves.. English and Freueh Embroideries \J desirous of obtaining the otintiiu good, shouldsee wife, are defendants I will expose for sale to the" deal Binder, and feel sure that be can do Anrah Hopkios, i d boob non of tbe

,Crarats-Plain, black and fancy Silk. Booiton... that the articles they purchase are sealed with highest bidder for cash: before the Court-boose doot well and u cheap .it can b done elsewhere Estate of Zachanah de the undersigned

HATS CAPS. Marseille e White and colored Dimity the full name of tbe firm, in the city Tallahassee, on Saturday the 1st day of CHARE wiI ole a phi sale t t hib& bidder fcr
f Linen U U Band the real with the July 17, beforeUte
BICnABDSON fOXS OWDtS, January: 1859, following Estate I-I/ n cop.CnAPGR a i
,A good assortment of gentfemeos'A boys'la.t.tylee. : & Winter u a guarantee of the aouadnese and durability of the improvement thereon: Lot No. X91, in the orIginal S ConrVbrase door m the ct.y.Tallahassee the
SADDLERY. CUTLERY *&, tc. fall Clothing Good& plan of the city of Tallahassee. following described land to said Estate.andlyinintb.eountyofLeoe.t.witEOfSW,

e All of which we off* for sale at prices to eorre HATS CAPS : This caution is rendered essentially nimesafy aa COUNCIL A.BRYAN. Special Mastef, AA. and after the lit Ob

'' ;epond ...iUfM deficient and sandy conditicn of till I' '- BOOTS AND SHOES. .. : large quantise ef inferior and defective Lkws are 'Deeember" IUI.41 .JL next,will confine bimaelf exclusively to t !.of Section It. in Township t of Range t, N A: E

\ Oottoo- Crop. Respectfully, and Plantation doods : prepared season after season and sealed with the A vcrjojf t coxm&siosr BUSUtES. oootaining 80 J8-100 acres. A. HOPKINS.AdminictritOr .
)McSAUGHT ORMOND ..00. Stapi de booia noo.
\ of RUh rdto Irish House ,
MUM + *, by who 'regardless when beet win be used to promote the
yewport. Fla. Oct. t. I U8. 40Master's Blanket, Print, of tae inJbry thus inflicted alike on the American hereby given,that the sub.csiberWlJow of John h W.Dt entrusting property to Tallahassee, Nor.27, 1838. 48 _

Sale Plantation Kerseys.. Oingram. consumer"and the manufacturer*of the geaoiae F. William, late of Jefferson county deceased, He no o offers present STOCK at h e.
\ Georgia Plantation Roaaeta, will not readily abandon a boaineae so piofitaUe.while will,alz week after date hereof apply to the HOB.JodgK ee.tocloee. h R.H.BERRY, r

YIRST MONDAY i* JANUARY 185a Louisiana Apron Check, purchaser*caa lie imposed OIl witi Gooda. of a Probate of aM eonntT by petition for DWer Auction and Commission Merchant. weeks I otc.EUR apcfy to the Ho.
Ttrtoeof m'decretU tAaeerr M Leon Cir BlneDoninM, T"eedDetI, A Ken- worthier character. to the Estate of br deceased hoaband. according oftbeCoortofProbaUxtf

&t B: ansI Court iD a.ee.\eretoo Msttbevu Cboektaw StripetockJ.1oaD1, ..' .I.BULLOCKS J.B..LOCKZ, Agenta. to la*. CATHARINE WILLIAM Adfx.: Ep..1I. I Jefferson J. eB.Jodg order and ocourt.

){aelt is PomplalnaBt, aJT. Lane Betton and Mot.awk"M Plaid LltIIe While.,?and Bed -. $8CbnrebBt.. New.:York DeeembeTlIM&49lv, 1, S edSeed Seed k* the sale Oy.l. d. V -S
& John F. HitK -t*deteodaeta, I will expos for sale Marlborough 4 and SepLlS. 1858. 'v W-Iy: Hotioe.LLperson JameeRBrooka late of b I, deceased to-
to the highest< hMrfcr for cask before the.Court how GJug"'OiaPaDt. Baggfei Rope FOR FALL PLANTING. witth.Eloftb.S'W1tb.WiofthISWl.sndth.W ,

door la the city Tallahassee,on the first Monday Brown. and Elsa Canton Hollow Wood Wan..F1aoDe1.t. Wan. For:Sale A ; *having dematidl against the Estate Green Glared Dramhead -of tbe W 4 of section M. in Township -
of8amuel late Jefferson P -
W.&tph.na county
in 'January, 1659. eert&io.ftftT'O i2sJThPP I moreor
A eootainioT t4Oscrea
Also the following real estate, ."it:' Lots '>>ro'o and Blue, Domestic Crockery! A LIKELY NEGRO..BOY, tO "jean &de!. H- deceased,are request e 4 to render them in properly I j .Cab" fesa t.,ofRange lo be sold*, aid; Estate.HAJfCY .

,Nos.: 86.87 wd 88 in the. ,north addition of the city U M 8bee1iar. Hardware may be seen at lie City HoteL Apply tolL I attested; those indebted are requested to make D.t par d 0 aod Adfx.
T.n.JIa-.e. Bed. Tick. boo, 8ttel and Kaik.v L.B4It .rs.i.f to 8:8.Knight,Eaoe. payment.withoat delay.. .1u rnd ami for etU br deeeased.y .
of laid JaaesR.Brook.,
HUGH ARCHER. Master in Chancery.Isiembe27 D. C. WILSON. JESSE CARTER. MARGARET ANNEAR, Admt'r. *
l56$. $-4 w
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