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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 25, 1858
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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professional <(nri>!. Vrors9ionol( onb posinrss (Curbs.R A. GALLIE, PALATK.-, FU., August 5tb, 1854..

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E C E N TIMPORTANTDISCOVERY. WEDNESDAY, December 2ai, 18T S. To Ills Excellency, 'r.
'NASH
MILES & co" DRY GOODS PROVISION8
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I The House met pursuant to adjournment quorum pre*nt.
DEALERS 1\ ; I A DGROCERIES The Rev. )Ir. Branch officiated as chaplain. SIR: In obedience to "Resolution o.3orthe General Assemblycf

DRUGS, FAINTS, I --0- : IN GEYERilL. On motion of Mr. Erwin, the reading of the journal yesterday this State, :approved 14th of January, 1853," I have examined

DR. M: M' i sOF was dis enecdith.. I I0(1 hive now the honoMD irpcrf'apon the practicability of draining -

MEfJICINEs-lli OILS this) city has introduced into Lu practice the I NoTernber- 13,1858 .- -46.- .- Notice was given of intention to introduce the following bills at I the submerged land, in rear cf St. Lurie Sound commonly
receul nud important dbtovir) of theappuci some future day, m : I known as the Main S:ivanna. in said. County of St. Lnrtt." Tb-
GALLIE'S
iuform their riemlo and tile public A
WOULD. ;ivc ou ImnJ a ,j otl assortment ofiue : hon of the I By )[r. Starke : I delay in imfenig this examination has arisen pal tl! from the want

articles us are generally Lcpt :in their line of buinrfk4uJ : ELLCTTO MAGNETIC MACHINE, VARIETY CASH STORE A hill to be entitled an act to amend an art entitled an act to pre. j>f the necessary instruments$, and after tbtir receipt in September

will be reeeirns re t erm sliall be reasonableTlUha through the tooth at the time (.f extr cting prod' DUT GOODS lIuD WARE. 185(;. thus engaged.Tho '

:sep. April 'nh 1,83:1' 14 ._ i dug local CIU.OR010RM Anesthesia, and so OJi aroid L'JIILK the UKC c.r. :I ItEDYJE CLOTUING, HOLLOW WAR, By Mr.f Gilli!! : :t. Luciu Savanna, or "Main Savanna h S'. I"JC ie county"

Dr. Miles H. Nash i Hvrs AND CAPS, Qittvs WARE A bill to be uituled an act requiring Justices of the P:ace to give ii a long, narrow pond or savanna, I Ijing nearly parallel St Lc.
lie has imiulx foists nithintifiicc
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applied in n
onus HIS raor.IocLkvIcI.Mr0 TiitcimrMj or I IT. <'F*. All ajrte that tlicexjurniiPc little or Boors AND SUf. CC.'TLEIlT.GR.OCEB..XES, bonds. tie sound, and separatid from it by A ridge of sand, which Dmler-

.\LT.AHV-.S>St AXDSl/BROI?MJINCCOLNTKT.OFFICE I FAIN in the extraction. 'I By Mr. BiSSl.t : I laid I at intervals by a si,til or coquina rock. Tbe horizontal dr-t.ance
10 185S. 28SmIB. A lull bo entitjLd for laws heretofore 1 from (the t eastern margin of tho Savanna to bet margin of St. Loci-'"
with Dr. M. Xa Ii,immed:utcljr t'l6toftbe i July __ ___ I PRANDIES, I W(::E.?, I ALES, I PORTER *CiDEr, to an net repealing passed I
'&''. i PURE SCOTCH WHISKEY, prohibiting intercourseutli the- Indians.J5y Sound at place known as C.pf. DivV: is 550 (rive hundred 1 and

May 19 1855 CO .. I A.PAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE j A few hundred Inisluli I Cinada: 0.\ 15 Packages Mr. Maloney : I fifty) feet, with! an el'vition: at tbt behest point of the i interreningtidge
-. '- ':- -- I5ot and Slioee-s.ild low by the Puck:ycJ I A )bill to be entitled; an act authorize: the Judges of the Circuit of 3.1; feet and1 mche At this point a cut twelve[ ((12)) IcP.

MEDIC.t14Drs. AOTICU. ember 13, 1<*53. 46 Courts in I'm'! State to appoint Solicitors in crtatn cases. I wide &t bottom ami siJe lopes I} horizontal to 1 vertical', will require -
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I ) The' speaker bid before the house! memoruls from Cl'l bill citizens i I an excavation of J l,000(4-leven( thousand) cubic.ards. ofrarib,

Robertson & Bond A BATs An text tnreDT roa I I IVVOR..1I.IS 1 -1 1 1 I ot Al.icliu-i and Marion, Counties, asking the formation of anew I and as tho bed of he itvannis i 15 fet 3 inches (fifteen three)

HAlr rmffl' a cu partnf'T''hip ill tlm prnctic I I county ; I higher than the w nter K'vrl of St. Luck Sound), there can be no dou'tt' ,.
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I A Gift with Book '
ortVr their II'rvit'iI to lie) cit I
a izen of t'allaUajsei pruft.&fi..n.auJ .urn.ui.itg!' ""'lIIfr\. IV CnODRBV AND ADULTS CLUDING. every I Winch! on motion of Mr. Ingraii, Mere referred to die Solert! cornmittee ot the practicahility of draining elF the water from the savanna.

QF: O:lice over the store I Uclj oteujk.I;I I .v 1 Utt I TAPE WORMS. ,I : V.OITH FROM 2"i CENTS TO $100. I appointed 'cbtflrd.IY i to consider similar memoiials from citizens I who$e greatest depth does not exceed) five feet. The rock tpokeii
ton A Hiv I o t II now IKrlptivc 1 catalogue of 6H octarn png'ii of Aim-hi! i and CoIIiOll.iCuuntiel! I of as underlying the find will be no obstacle, as it Ii 8 too deep to
RETAIL PRICE 25 CIS. e,41t-elioa and bttttr f
.mhru.'Mlalar/"r i>
Feb. 28. 57 9 tf -_-" rkETAUD AKO SOLD IT TWI tolt propriftorl, ?Innilard. IliKtorual. Itlngraphiral an,I MI,"unity llantHius I '.!"he following; tills were introduced in pursuance of previous I interfere to any extent witb the excavation. The dimensions of tho.

E7BAKNAKI H) Jr. ; B. A. FAH.NESTOCK Co..1 PltUbor h, Pa., 'I I Rook the country than that; al<>f.any"contatnogreater other book wllli Inducements g rgtablixhinfutin iI.ace.r I notice : cut proposed. is deemed I ample, ns the fl.iw of walcr at fir.t will be so

i A ir D f FhiUcldph, Pa, before olT>'r
WILL ( 0\TIM: Tilt: I i B. A. FAUNESTOCK.ITCLL Co,New-York City,.1 i iI Sen. "Cur. ETANR a nuloijuep l EV.\\S A CO, Publishers I A bill to l Ic entitled an act to amend an act entitUd an act to incorporate Tins savanna is the receptacle of much of the nater from the.aa- .

DRUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS WHOLESALE DRUCGISTS,51 CLIFF ST i. rtESTOX. J f 677 Broadway, New Y..rt City.Augu..t the Town of.( ttil1c.r, approved February 12, 1837. vannas and swamps Ijmg to the westward.which in wvt seasons.,

J2T": *T TaE OLI STAND, 51GX JZ 1 1d.h I Boy of rep ctabl dealer only I I __ __7.,_1j.u____Cni-32_ ___ I By Mr. Galbraith : o'el flow the slight elevations between them and run into this where
,I Examine the initial of the name to be lure yon get the I II Sale of 1,400,000 f cre- of Land. A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the consolidation of the the waters continue to accumulate, until they obtnin a sufficient
Only Gcnut4 B. A. FIBK JTOCT'I Vrtmrcctll I t tAMES i I
) -- i Judicial Sale of Land. Statutes and the compil:ttion of a code of laws for tins State ; height for it to oveiflow in its torn, and then the waters are disch .

OF THE j MOITAIk v Ll\r.L\. I Which were placed among the orders ofth da\. :irged into the head of St. Lade to the South and the St. Seha.4ti .

Sole l Agents fur Tallahassee.ApullO. ; George Gnl and others 1) The rue' having been waived, Mr. Williams introduced abill to bo (inn river to the North. '1'hi* savanna is about ((18)) eighteen mils

Curneror Clinton in J M mroe stte tt",Tallal1auee..J 1858 islyITIEDICAL ;, Lewis Curtis i-a.and XaUiant ,J I WcstcruJuljeial State of Florid Cir: -, entitled an act to authorize Louisa ,V. Summeihn of Leon County, to long, bj an average width of (fl) one.ba'f: mile. It is believed that

-AIIU:1rJ-- _.19. 1856 3 --- AOTICK.' !' TLuiftcii. Trn'tepH rf the ([ nut, in Franklin coApibthicohi ,assume the management of her own estate, and contract and be contracted from i to j ur(the land now covered! by water, as also that occasionally .

JICDIC.LOT.CI;. -c--. Latd Coin j In Cbnc'rJ. with ; fcubmerg, would: bo very productive if properly drained and

-ee_ patty and otLira. j \\'lueli: Wxis read and tho bill placed' among the orders of the diy. that the whole of it would, from the gmial climate in which it lies,
Dr. Wm. F. Shine.
A._.F.LJ-R..J._ C'_._fl.TIs.._u I I)UUSUANT to a decree n.a.le by the. Hon. J. J.Fillle Mr. McXti'l introduced the following Resolution : yield sugar cane and all tlo tropical fruits in perfection. Another
i OFfCBI IIU IBOJEtt-IONAL SFCMOJ TO THE fLBLlC. | \. anti rrndtred in this eaue. the undernuned Be it revolced, Tint the Governor be quested to furnish this great advantage of draining this savanna, in my opinion, is, the effect
Peeler & Bates
Drs. that of L'rs Gamble JL Uetton. Hl' it'f.'r. by the sail I C.'urr, will
I OFFICE adj. imng : IIe.1I Amtic.n appointed, tie 5rat MONDAY i House with a copy of (the opinion of the Attorney (:Jenernl in relation a new outlet would have in taking off the waters which fall in tbe, 3 .
a,*>ciiUe I tlismsfUe in the |''raetee : 8, 1808 10-ly i iJILDICAff. by public on inJ '
nAVIxG ai 1 S.lr!er\'. ptftfully ClfT'r( .I -- -'- .- --- -- -- :iiiiiary. A. D 1859 ill the <'ily it palaelnco! all I to the character of Ilnlroad Botu'iS'! whether they are State back country, which are now damned up and prevented from flow r
their servicet<> the I 1'ilms: i ill i ilw I
acute as Wf'lIu cli:omr
) auLeeitah, JeftVrwm oo., Ha.I I Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE, i lots Circuit in the of Florida city of A with pal ichic"the exception!:. These if lands the include Town I slate at whose instance such opinion was given. back of or to ti-! westward of Indian liver and St. Lucia Sound i,

t _JW9J85S ._ _. 2-tf __ i /"IONTINUES to nffcr Lw l'rc.fle i"lIaI8t'rvi.t's to | every description of Soil. Tnnlxr. and quality to be Which was read.Mr. without a single break in the whole of this distance of any consequ .

R H. BERRY v> the citizens of Cuitnville and adjoinin iii
Auctioneer and Commission, ,I Lorhood Residence changed to CeutreTil'e' Office 1 I eric The boil is of every prai'e! property offersevery I' report1: or sound. The waters consequently, i b wet season, continue to aCFcumulate 6-
at I I.is residence
DeC.L)6Z7. 52-tf inducement to this .Iiseiipi.si i>f buyeir Tho Committee on Engrossed Bills, report the following! bills until nt'\-Iy the wholo back country becomes submerged 9
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MERCHANT. i iI These Lands form part of The Forlt Purrfw,
-- and resolution as correctly engrossed, viz : and as they gradually subside by evaporation and filtration
and are sold for distribution by the decree of the I leavp.
AtUffAS"EF. FIt,. t'It, 2''. I 1S55. "9 ----- GW"YNr & HILTON, i i.A.11orn.eya Court of ChnJ) '-'. A bill to be entitled an act to empower John W. O'Neal of Madison the country covered to A great extent witb ponds, savannas ami i iswamI's. I

Henry L Rutgers, : a1 T..nw, : The Island of St.James hns a front of twenty miles county, to assume the management of his own estate ; Now by making this new outlet, and. gradually connect. ; \

T\LLAH *!!FK, KLAD on the Sea, and affirda cafe, hei'lhy ml, pleacant A bill to L9 entitled an act for the r.-liefol S. B. Todd ; ing the various savannas and ponds in a direction East and West, I r-
COMMISSION I MERCHANT -0- Sea MK>re residence The hlanlt!; of St George and A bill to be entitled an act to authorize John II. Baker to build atoll the effect it will have in drying that whole country will bo immense.; rfj
Dog island, also form of his
T.\L( .\IL\s-\I.e.: : F".c ,\. W. GVYIA.. 1C B JIII/IO.-V. All almost inexhaustible! part supply property.of the .' !t pine budge across \\ithlacoothee river, at or near Bellville on said It is only in this way it can ever be drained with any advantage,

: nACl afffxntcd tlwmf't'lvell together in the timber1, suitable fi>rMalH: ,nn l bpir and a freneriltinibtr river ; and at a reasonable expense. Tho country i U 10 nl'ltrlylenl North ,:
LIBERAL aVfl11tP4 mule 01: C< tton or Tv\u'o< i of Law Vo ill give theirjoiut sttPOli..n business is found on the barka nn.l-in tlm vicinity \ bill to be entitled an act to provide for issuing scire farina on and South, with n sji iglt, descent, the Estwrd.with. tho exceptionof
I n rcrs
.. an to forfeited II tH% eand above mentioned
I ridge that eat East and West-.
recognizances ; any
1.-.8..6 Z*> ***"t r"PT, Supreme Court the U. S. Dii-trict Court : I Circuit Court at TalUh! i?*.-e, Bid I aUo tl.e Circuit I variety of rare tmil'er; eu'h is Live Out CejarJu-B a A bill it) be entitled an act to allow Solicitors foes in certain cases ; would draw to itself the waters from both North and South, and : .I I

lps. T. W. BREYARD Jr., Cuut.cCe.lalcn.! WaLtilla< J..tTl-r..f/.. M nt J.B-VV, -- n>uinTTcr Rv at O -.kr .A.t1orn.oy 1 allahau ft. city pal is im iy cattle the State of ; a water into the St. LucieSounH :
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TALLllUbLi: FLU nime at the mouth) "f the .tp'tIticiicola llivt-r.: Asa Resolution build the mouthof such flow of -,.
I I March) 6, 1858. 10-ly asking Congress to a Lighthouse at may cause a water goaward as may ha"e a ben-
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Cotton IV'rt it is third in r mt (f imrM> itan e on -
?4. ISV$. 17 __ Manatie river.. South Florida. I eficial effect on the bar' at the outlet(to the oC. 'l\n.
April __ HOGUE & AMAKER I the Gulf. f Mrxi!!. and ranks n .xt to ilubil. TheApaladncoh
----- HIGH .\:(COIILLV, Itiver, \iith its cotflu.-we viih the D. A. VOGT, Chairman. I I Believing in tIle practicability' of drti..ing.this! savanna, and deeming -

I ATTORNEYS & CUUINSELLiu.s 1 1.A. I InAVE Chattibo.hee Flint and oilier ,streams extends into Which was read, and the bil's and resolution placed among the : it both necessary and proper for ',109 development! of the_capit 1

Attorney at Law, T TJw, tie. inteiior four or five hundred nile and drams thecoand orders of the dn,. bilitifs of the country and that it.carl be acconipjiahed [for thpamoun'I

Ttttttit.tv. FL.\ i fonneil;i eo-pnrtnervlnp' in the practice of I bnn&&t4Tt.iflt. '.,:.Lumber Districts m All Mr. Christie, from the Committee on Propositions and Grievances, i appropriated by the General Assembly, deducting the expenses of .

S57.. :-1 an J will attend to any professional buei I The of Ba increased jnii't4 : l%,1 as recently become a made the following report : : the preliminary survey arid examination ( have the honor to request j
JanlntrY1." _. y ---- -. entrusted to tliLir care \ point The Committee and Grievances to whom that the amount for this .
-'- --- ---- I ness officers tf the United States iftjliscovery by! the I on Propositions was: re- appropriated improvement may be transmitted ]
r Yonge & McClellan, I). T 1l0GUlA., PERRY AMAKEItMy1.1S58. i Surveyor a new Channel leading intCfiuUie Coast firrcd the petition nf Gabriel kipper and Lawson Daniel, securities to 111 e, or placed lit 1113 disposal without unnecessary delay ;- '

.8-1.1orn.oys: : a"t 3: cLw. : 18 ._ I Biche of the Coast burvey reports from "f "low'' 'on thv bond of John .\. Tabor, given as Tax Assessor and Collec- that I nny have the work executed at the earliest practicable ,mo, .

FLOUIBA.OfliLf EDWIN A. HART, one to twenty two feet water in tiiiChannel. at cmrn141 county of Washington, have had the same under consid- menr. There were other points exr mined by me, but jheir.cosl so j, 1'
1.or VEST five
riirru-E i\ M.L THE t 'n tide," which would ibou: twenty .r twenty ""
at MKI VNN: V. II .A.11orn.cy n1 ILW, I fix feet at high tide give 1'bis mikes A(p"lacllcul thebeat 'trug me t to fer exceeded the cost of the'above named pont; without any ndvan-,

Tallahassee Florida. Port on the main land on the Gulf of Mexico --Q'LPOllT I tages to counterbalance tho extra cost, that I have had no hesitation j jI
. F. MrCLFLUS
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C. C. VV.E in the Circuit, C<,urts of the lli.l- except Peimeoh and fully tquil to it, Another That in their opinion the pra.y' ... I I in adopting the above as the moat suitable This leport sir, has M

_March--13- _ISIS_ _n _11-tf_ __ I' "A T 7, ILL dFe practice District and tbe Sapreme Court of this eircuu, ,stance likely is this to ex<'ru of"e the r. ivorable Forbes Purchase influence granted. '""" should not beJOS. been delayed in consequence of indisposition ffnce my return from if '
,f the United Stat.,at on Apalachicola jale ? CllIISiib--. I the sooth. I remain sir 1
Court
Beni. F. Young, State, and the Diti itl ( LauJj tl.cy surround the city fronting ou the C3fi!-t very respectfully, ,
': -n, I TalUhas-ee. C2T Office over the Store of Mrs i iG. for .ighty miles and e-x'tnding into the Ulterior about Which! was read. """ --,L Your obedient servant 1r ,

f..i11J.1 J. ["iaL'X: k'i c..J VJ AN USOLIUTOU Jan SO, Ifa58 4 under decree and advuti men! of sile, and ----
_._ __ -. .-- -- I cuit are : -"---.__ State Engineer and Gcologitk:
l.N lLIT'VIU \-. I amount in tie aggregate to aboi.t one million four members of the Select Comrnittoe, to whom was *""* :
() A. J. PEELER'S : undersigned Which was read. ..
hundred thousand 1 acres
.Ithe l"st..ro Cir Savanna in Bre- I
Courts Main
the the
practice! in New anJ Crooked referred the resolution relative to draining Mr. Urir.son presented the foUo\fth ...
Ocklocknce, _
The Sopchoppy
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uf Florid; a!id the t e l'ral CaurU.orflCK LAW &. COLLECTION OFFICE, I into. the object of the
Riven, all writ timbered fl,w through tbre lands :' vard eowily> haYing m ida diligent inquiry The Select Committee ta whom was re can '
( AT GUNSVIL1F, AU&CnV'AGAIT COtTt.) TALLAHAgs-E, 1LOKID\ tide water through Crooked River, failed find such information a& will justify us in '
and connect, by resolution, have to act for the benefit of those counties and towns W
I: ; r.E'CB3 : OFFICE CF STAIRS IX THE lAME at'iunso AND OPPOSlTt with! the Bay of Apalachicola and with the Apalaeb- of said resolution.We I t
the
Railn
recommending adoption scribed or hereafter subscribe for: stock In any % Lworks
.1. J. Li-can. ) THE DOOR OF THE FLOBII>IAN A Jol'RNAL Cl>FICE icola River anti its tributaries, concentrates at this' should be accomplishedby may ,
the work if done at all, .
believe that ibis have had the:
internil State _
in I same an
CU!.. J. 1>. Aii..;:. UAtilerlon.S. C. I \TILL Practice in the Circuit Cc.1rt1l"r GdKlen point advjjutag for procuring every desenplion of look to and rely I improvement *
raAhFR L lf "'MI-SOX. JVn. "i' IxjonA :,Jtflereon tn.t Madisin, aid hip timber, naval torec and a general lumber bu!l In organized company who are willing to upon tier consideration! and instruct'mo' to report tho ;following amend) \ .
JAMKSJunv S. Josts Tiilahatsee, Ha. attend promptly to tIle collection (f rvtrs and uc.counts ness, unsurpassed in the United tn.tes. These ad- the acquisition of the recltihned hands as a. compensation for their n:ent, viz : at the end of tile 2d section add", Provided that, said "J-,

*.'ft7, ,21WILLIAM ___._ i I in any of said Counties vauti .>, iMth tie facilities afTirdnl i bj 'o floe a bar expenditures, and until such company can be organized the State Railroad tax receipts shall not be redeemed until the principal ofsaid
Kb 27. 1S58 9-Jf b nnd the ready access to the markets of f Cut.a.New the ,
------- r should can well afford to do without proposed improvement. Railroad Bonds and the interest thereon accruing shall Live
--- ami bvulh America,
SCOTT, DEI.. M. QUINN: make Orleans Aptliehicola, Texas, Mexico the firct lumber mail in America. And furthermore, we believe! it impolitic and unwise, In view of been paid and discharged,"and Avith this amendment. they recommendthat

ATTOJ1MS7 AY LA"MMOXTICCLLO JI and Accountant The pale u under a Decree of the Court of Chau- the present condition of the finances of the State, to make such an the bill do pass. -

t'LASO Copyist eery is unconditional and without revert p.'rta.s appiopriation. and therefore recommend that said resolution do not C. BRINSO.V, Chairman.

:. tlj-j OffhS IllS SERViCES TO TIlE 1'UBLIC61FICE -"One third (.r the |'>uichine money to be .. the the orders of the -a
J)17 $O.l85. pas! Which was read anti bill placed among day.
__ _. I OYFR THE fcTORE OF R. A. UI\Ejr paid in ci h, the balance in one and two years in THOS. HUGHEY, '
instalm*'Dti", with eight l'tf j cent interest from The following message was received from,the Senate : ,
h FLOYD & HOLLAND, I Ir --October-- ,-50.- -1858- -- -4t-- -- _.---' -- equal date; titles to be made by the Receiver when the As M MANNING B1SSELL., SENATE ChaMBER, Dec. 21, 1858.: .
THEODORE
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Attorneys at Law. D. Galbraith I last payment is made" lIon. JOhN B. O.\iBR\rnr, -
Middlean James : Persons dewing information, either aa to the property J. M. F. ERWIN,

(\p '%V ILL.1 practice West n.tri.la in the, and Circuit in the Courts Supreme of Court I j Xj Xl SiJLrxroy II or the title, "illapply to the following Solici. Which was read, and (he accompanying resolution placed among Speaker of Hou.ic Reprcientattces; ? '.
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f Uie St:tte. AM! m the District Court or the Uui 1 MAI'S AND PLATS OF FArms. :0. executed tors m the cause the orders of tho day SIR : The 1 Senate has this day passed the following bills ami resolution .

ed States, in the \ rthni Ii"trict of Florida. I neitne II D. P. HOLLAND, Eeq Quiacv, Mr. Heermaiufrom the same committee made the following minority vu : : .-
K. J.I FLOYD OtHce ApabcLic-.Ia. Fla. OFFICE opposite C..urt-bouee, in building occupied It.J, FLOYD Fcq, Apall1'hi'la'I A bill to be entitled nn actta, provide fur the payrnentof'Catit- IIbles'
U P. HOLLAND, Office (Zujue,. Fla. t by Loii-r d Galbraith. T. J. LPPE3.; Esq report : _
I 'I will find Rood whom referredthe fees for summoning Juries of Inquest and attendance .the
J 1SS5-5 51 Sept 11 1M8 S7-ly I Those desirous of buying Land a Minority report of the Select Committee to was
e -- -- -----.--- ID the bale of this immense tract of Land, Savanna in the of Bre same .
--- f lf' ------ I opportunity resolution for drawing the Main county ;
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\ thousands of acres The Receiver will give be entitled entitled relative '
including A bill to nn net to repeal an act an act

Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1 Isabella I." 1-1House, I. go any to information bis, office at ID Apalachicola.his power to those who write or vard.The undersigned, one of the Committee to vvhonvwas referredtheabove to Depositions taken under commission, approved January ,lltb' .,' i' .

OSHCELLX, FLORIDA. ALBANY .GEORGIA. CHARLES ELLIS; resolution, begs leave to present the following minorityPEPORT 1855 and- for other purposes; J
praet-io in the Courts of the MiJ.ll Cir I'I Receiver in the above cause An act to incorporate the city of Lake City Florida; j
\yiyiLL al1.1 1 fill and Lovndes CountyU& I I 431HRESTATTEANT I : the Will of Christian Spillman Sant.1R61 f'1t
.' n. aU,ve HOTEL ill Albany, tbe present term i October 231858. Ail act to legalize "
March !'. 1S56. 1:-h' TilE nud Florida Railroad is I -- - -- die and County ; ; [
of the Georgia The' have evidently misconcieved object purposes : '
LONG & liiLURAITU, Dow ope n for tbC reception of the of the minority resolution. They recommend that the work should bo A bill to be entitled ar Act fi>r the protectfoq Public Property t j'::

c ATTORcEb' AT \\, T.L"t.'S:. FLA.I TRAVELING PUBLIC. rplIE SUBSCRIBER late of Bainbridge Hot*!, !accomplished by-an organized company. Now the fact i h the nature Resolution asking of the Governor information concerning the

I p r A. I/J\r(; to J. n G\LBR.iniba ea loci I The House aod Furniture ate new. Tbe Tr-pneUr I _L Georgia, havrog permanently located in Tallu-he has ol the resolntion does not- call for such a recommendation, and Pensacola & Georgia Railroad; ".'. .t' '." '.ji
i' { that
l'&. ited them, lvf-inlbjlprnl."iceorLaw. They is determined to make it a hassee begs leave to inform the public in the next place, the majority report suggests nothing practicable. House bill to be entitled an explanatory of an to ijrgmke Ume :

a will attend the Court in the Middle Circuittl bupreme FIRST CLASS hOTEL, I opened aFirst will organize and do the proposed work without County Volosia! approved Dec. 29th. 1854. _J. -,
C,>iirts ind the District Courts of the Uuited and strict attention to the wauts of his Class Restaurant What company .--
hopes by \ I The land, propose.! to be drained belongs to Very respectfully, -
8tat."" at Tattahasaee. merit of the Public.L. anv_ compensation .
Office opp-,.it*the Court Houseg"bcr Guests to patrontge H DURHAM Pr prietor. on main Street, next to Col Berry'* Auction room, the State,wholly. The majority report ia entirely off the hack in j ', J. a Q D 'j'. ,!e. -
1854. ly i! where he will be always prepared to furuiib Oysters ill required from the State treasury. The necessary 8ecretarfcjftha Senate.Which 4i
___._ ____ .&lbanyGa., May !2. 1858. 21lyCrrYTEL. to families- individual supposing any thing ,
in the shell by the gallon open read and the House bill '
t I .of three thousand dollars bat already been was ijjiflirK5i4 passed(Hcv Senate

Hanckel & Nowell, be supplied* Having lib Oysters made permanent game iu season arrangements, cod all to < made out appropriation of the foods arising out of ihese verMnds'the overflowed ,ordered' to be enrolled and' the Senafcfbms' resolofiofx'*'" tiaceeC- -

FACTORS, ail'0 other articles usually found in a.well arranged and and swamp land*, (sa the resolution of 14lh January 1853.) among,tho orders of the day., a :. ).-\" -.:. -

-AXD I conducted eating Louse. will be enabled to (furnish Tbe report of the State Engineer which I haveread demonstrates ..' ., '
JOHN L. DEMHLY i the shortest notice and in the most improved ORDERS. OF' THE( 'DJY. ; -
it derived from the
Mercliauls suppers and the value to be proposed I .
General (Commission both the practicability .. I t-
'XTOULD rwpeetfully inform the public that he style., Designing to devote my entire time .
CHARLESTON, 8 c. f V has leased the CITY HOTEL (known ft* the and energy to this business, I trust that I will receive work. ((See tho'rtiport.) It should not be forgotten, nor shall it be .. 'bill be entitled Cor-t1'i eon.IiYdoof '
to
A totjiitidee
firtt of ,i land to be .dralued WAS granted by Congressto anae -
and will take the proposed
E, W. OWaLLa Brown hotel) charge on a share. ot public patronage. that the very .
c. r. 1U1I'CJiCL.- ,. May neit. Hw untiring *xeftioH will be used to gin Liquors can be obtained by too bottle, but witt this State upon the express condition that thts Slate would drain Statutes and the compilation of. a. Code. of.La V/or ,tithrStattC<. '
rpjJy will arti every dwcnpUoa faction to all who "ill patronize lt m. under no consideration retailed- ,Also first quality them or cause Ito be done., State honor .ta'e pride, 'and State Was read tLe first toner : : '. :vOn "U

,re' .1. Verc1l.a.Jiu. an 1 will make ftdvance oa all April 24, 1858. 11 tegar always on bud.JAM ROGERS.. interest, imperiously require that as a State we should.not. prove recreant motion of Mr. Ingram,'the? rule w4s traweci and' !'iiJa r 3l rk A

OD.l m..nll.Aptil -- -- October SO, 1858 44 lathe trust which _Congress reposed in tie. Bat rye are fold,! ,second tine-by its title fcbd'ordered-to-be printed an j Vfef&f&Uo iho r

U. 1 gSB. IS-ly : It CLARKNATH'MAKER, : iijoiiiisn in Ibr language of L the Committee i on tnt.ernalln.pnn uenti" \o Committee on the Jodiuiarjp _, ', -& 1l''Y ".

AmBROTYPESAND -I .I whom 'UiisfresolaUoB ;was firtf referred,'that by ibe:Acf of 1855 ,William L.-'WtIGam*(presented] his. crlZcaie.of.e';.cttotr a*Jteo. #

T>ESPECTrULLT iofOl'llle be' LADIES otYa. these lands were jrrevocably ',vested in tbeTiesteest_ tIn reseutatwe Iothe.ftL-AIsMi4lsl3r Es + ..' -" :

MELAINOTYPEg, Slahassee and TiciaUy.that wluch,the,has.h a will left ell fnnionable at- tern! Improvement Font! Admit that the L gi tQ.'inake_ 'eeim the oath 04' offieJ ff oni;F..C.'BarrcttN6fafSenate 4 J" l.-.. .
Je--gve1er BONNETS eu hand ,
J T.\Jt&'I BlLCY_ A.n.d. inform the etizens,of Tal- reasonable pric**. She, i is also prepared to ck all .irreroeabl Uwa binding upon all future Legislature and generations bill to bo entitled, aryie4 to impnmrtnjer. ,' : "

Roomi orrr Barnard"_ t_Drug.',Store.rptlE .'' I WOULD rMipectfully.*od the public generally.that b* has kioda of MILLINERY at tiborl.DO and reasonable (which I deny,) then the.Legislature before'the passe of.the OddawaHa riVer <*.l'J" !; fe .* f>-n -_-.. ,/ -
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Rooms hare Wn Uio ujUlj refitted &n
,are now in excellent cooliUou fur, U>9. purpose :,prepared to repair denjQL be received at Mrs,... 1Mmuz's.eiorth, of ta,drdo-fhd, :Alain SaannLThat: there m.t.y.be 'no.o}isapprehe -'. TQteiraa: .. .I--. nfeiK .w& ; ,< ; hlf, ?* *2r<_..: -: "<

desi)!L The PoUio are iavited 44 tp eall.,: rVa/rAr: C/ocl, onl1 Jnutry\ the November Femak,Academy., : ISsi, 46.. ;( a"on;r;again'repe&s that not ond centsas1ed.rom'rreasu._ -. Yea -Mr._ Sjjeaker,"' eMn.BarreU', ct.afJ ?lI' .
Oct. 1857
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; ia a .orkman-ltk manner, sod at the most reasonable ...ijof tii rSumodotiJs,work. ; therefore, 7ecomtIth. ,- th.j5Jgfi5eiGp&$3Ja' ; H Uj5u.:1..lJaot, PeaaokS1ti; Starp4rogtazx .,r J
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fateo.t Person ha Y Dg0',1' Watches that fail to 'it o f .
White Lead : $
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Oil..jatt f eoei red aad for'.aU by Bpoo b vi work if ul. ,000 cDOUOALtAUOBBV.Norembir J. S. I1EEUMANS. c bell, Christie,;Goffeev ion n"jn, T3I1 i ;
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J' c"-, L Committeo other section 'in tho State this canal! They will gel,BO rich present of moire antique of the entcrprCie by every legitimate and safe
referred the fifthly,
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to ;
MeKtnnon Nfcks 1 motion
McNefll Richardieti the second time and
Mann WAS read
"fi ngr Pope, on boxes mean" the that this drain
i christmas no :
dresses, jewelled no t 'eo
Robinson; and be done at a profit to the State, to the benefitof or rg may ..
Williams of Rcambls-24.
the
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speedily a* the Food I.
placed
bonbon kind reader, gladden W a condition -
pfJe b
r JKSO tBe biU was lost. A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate its citizens and at a nominal expenditure, '
_ which will be at date returned but one hearth ; replenish ,but one table, dry the t object o MttulntM. In view of
12 1837 an early an
February ,
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. the Town of Quincy, approved difficulties in the the
further
motion Mr. ', the House took win- hundred fold into the treasury of the State. ten upon ODe pallid cheek, and your Christmas the way arratiaf
//On of Williams a recess for five Was read the first time. of road the
waived and said till From these and other \iewg the minorityof will pas far more pleasantly. progrew aoy one o ground "unte. <
rule
jutes to arrange tho Hall for the reception of the Senate. On, motion of Mr. Davidson, the was chartered
to
:t After the recess the Hooso resumed its session-a quorum pro read a second time by its title and referred to a Select Committeeoffive and do your committee recommend that the bill S State" _Officer a i iI j right sey,nothing there muy well exist a privilege difference lad of opinion vested 1 1as

sent consisting of Messrs. Davidson, Kenan, Bird, Coffee pass.
"'ery respectfully, I I By reference to the house proceedings published J A to the safely 01 Jgitre action, which difference
On motion, a Committee, consisting of Messrs. Vogt, Bird and Campbell.A I
_ Manning was appointed inform the Senate that the House was bill to bo entitled an act for the relief of Dr. S. B. Todd, D. A. VOGT. !! ,to-dity, i will be seen that T. \". Brevard Sr., and van L entertained without regard t the D0 %

ready tog1nto the election of ,Comptroller of Public Accounts, Was read the second time. I i I C H. Austin, Esq&ere severally reelecte on 1 I' ti-e inducing It.one way or the other. As already

Tresurerand, Clerk,of the Supreme Court; On motion of Mr. Ingram, the bill was read a third time by its ''I Wednesday t the offices which they have filled j raid, truth i I. what we all want, and this can h. ( I

r Which ,Committee, after performing their duty, asked to bo dis I title and put upon its passage, upon which the vote was : Jkriitan l : &t $iwriwl.TALLAHASSEE with 1 much satisfaction for the last few'yean. j best pursued in the absence of pawion or prejudice (

Yeas-Mr. Messrs. Barrett, Bird, Bissell, Brevard. Bnn- ; The office of Clerk of the Supreme Court wa : either '\ .
charged. Speaker, ._ __ ___ ___SSS__ __
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The Senate then entered the Hall. when the President, by invitation son, Broxson, Campbell Christie, Clyatt, Coffee, Davidson, Erwin, r r J r- r !! fled at the same time by the election of our young A 5 :
recent of the tlonda
_ of the Speaker, took the chair. Evans Frink, Gettis, Gillis. ileennans. Hughey Hunt, Ingram Koj I j : :. friend, Anderson J. Peeler, Esq. We congratulate I nun r Ptitintular an
the
The ,joint meeting proceeded to the election of Comptroller of nan, Maloney, Manning, McKinnon, McNeill. Munn, Nicks, Rich-t .S- ,:: him upon his succes flounces and transfer of that paper k-Wm

Public Accounts. ardson, Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Starke, Vogt and Williams of j jEscambii SATURDAY. DECDDER 25, 1858. i i Appropos of the office:of Comptroller ant Treasurer : IL Spencer a y unr gentleman of cnterprize and

Mr. Vbgt nominated Theodore W. Brevard, Sr. -35. j jNaj I 3 --== ,-'--:_= the salaries! of each of these officer ought to promise who had been connected with tLe office for S

Mr.J.J. V .been I duties of several ye... Mr.. Tiirman who conducted the paper
The vote was : -Mr. Peacock-I. r uCIIAC I. appointed agent be increased. It i well known that the
Subscriptions, AdtertiMmenU,Ac. the flori- I with spirit and ability retires from the editorial
stated. & .fu talents of
For BKEVABD-Senate, 16. So the bill J.'lssed-title as Comptroller and Treasurer require a

House-Mr. Speaker Messrs. Barrett, Bird, Bissell Brevard, Brin. Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. chan Proprietor t ,Journal for the, tad came.f& &.give receipt IB the earns of the high order and the mOt unbending integrity and I chair with-our best wishes fur his success in

son,' Bfoxson, Campbell, Christie, Clyatt, Coffee, Davidson, Erwin, On motion, the House adjourned until tomorrow, 10 o'clock, the State should be willing to pay such salaries a* life. _

I Evans, 'Frink, Gettis Gillis, Heermans, Hughey, (Hunt, Ingram, Ke A. M. B ranks.-A variety prlhled BLANKS on hand, will command officer of this character. To withhold The Joint Select Committee- v-
of the hoasr of
two
nan, Maloney, Manning! McKinnon, McNeill, Munn, Nicks, Pea -0- S among which are Joint aid STaTS Wrriiw CzrnncATES, compensation commensurate to the duties and.responsibilities .

cock, Pope, Richardson, Roberts Robinson Smith, Star kE., Vogt, REPORTS MADE TUESDAY DEC. 21. ilIIO'4>ItlfOXDlXDCMSC_ .rOE1A.Ex: CTTIO n, AC. is niggardly and mistaken economy.We the General of the Assembly Florida!il Railroad still engaged in the investigation -.
Wbitfield Williams of Escambia and Williams of Leon39. difficulties. A report
are glad to see, in this connection, that a move
L Total 55. The Committee on the Judiciary, Jo whom was referred a bill to "Wood (or the ii looked for sometime during the coming or
of
.lllo. has been made to do least act justice.
he entitled an act making copies of the Spar.l-h Archives Evidencein a (71 at the furthered tubsequent week. What the
Blank-Senate--i. Dr. J. IL offer fuel to
Randolph That is to increase the of the
certain have had the sane under consideration, and instructme gtuitully. motl MIr. Comp nature of I hat w' will be,of ia not known
cases, port course
The ,President declared Theodore. Brevard, Sr., duly elected those who need it from his el ner towo- troller's Clerk from to The ;
that in their the bill should not rDg .51 fSO. but it is ; it ia
of Public Accounts. to report, opinion pass. as a public matter expected that the
Comptroller Such usual in of
not these
a gift i day money- that office should qualified to do the of
_ The joint meeting proceeded to the election of Treasurer. And they have also had a bill entitled an act in relation to collections making, when wood i i. selling at $2 CO per cord.- the Comptroller, who L sometimes necessarily buine absent papers and document which may come into the
in Justices Courts in the of Santa Rosa, and instruct me i of the
I Mr.'jogt nominated Charles H, Austin. county See the notice in another column. from sickness or other cause, and we happento possession committee will be placed before
the amendment viz:
The to report following the people.
vote was:
title of the I know that the incumbent of the Comp
For tsTIN-Senate. 17. Strfck out the words county of Santa Rosa, in the present .w- -
bill and in thereof Insert the words State of Florida," and A mi.-k appeared in the manner in which the troller's office has been add a portion Ticket for
House-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Barrett, Bird, Bissell, Brevard place I I compnto City Council
of the 10th indo to the
Message relating of his small to the State
Brinson Broxson Campbell, Christie, Clyatt Coffee, Davidson in the seventh line of the first section, strike out the words county Go\crnor'l salary lum alJ.e We have been handed the following ticket for
Rosa and instead thereof the word State of Florida," Florida Railroad Compny. wa printed in the 'S in order obtain and Telai.the services of such a Intendant and Council with
Santa ,
Erwin, Evans, }Frink Gettis, Gillis, Heermans, Hughey, Hunt, of t 1 City a request to pub-
Kenan Maloney Manning McKinnon .McNeill Munn ninl wiih these amendments they recommend that the bill do r l*S. extra copies I IIY House andin. the FloriJiait I Clerk as was absolutely required by the responsibilities lists the Mm. We do so, requesting in return that
Ingram ,
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; Committee also to whom referred a bill entitled an of Just The :Message had been and Increasing duties of the |llition Xo of of the '.
. Nicks, Peacock, Pope, Richardson, Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Starke And your was StlrJa. the name on- Floridian' editor, wherever
Vogt, Whitfield, Williams of Escambia and Williams of Leon-39. act lo allow Solicitors fees in certain cases, have had the same nndcr i previously printed tOrrtcfJ., in the Journal and person fit for the place would accept it fur $:O&), it occurs, be "scratched" or stricken out.

Total 50 consideration, and instruct me to report, that in their opinion the in handling the type (orm" on which the when nearly twice that amount could be readily Me i'.VJoxw A DIKE-By inserting in your -
should extra copies were plinted off, a ''lldtll'or two obtained a book.keeper in almost "%/ laen-an- following paper
bill the
The President declared Charles H. Austin duly elected Treasurerof pass. a ticket for the coming; .1hlnieiJAId'ction. (
of the State. And your Committee to whom was referred a bill to be entitledan .emptied in" wrung, the effect of which was tile establishment in the citv."We I you will much oblige

->5nt meeting proceeded to the election of Clerk of the Supreme act to authorize actions at law to be instituted upon all notes and to transpose several paragraphs of the eSge- ---___ __S--- I 7 MAXi VOTERS.For .

Court. contracts executed by mirned women, have had the sime under I The accIdent was as vexatious to the Printers as it legret to see that the Fernandina JTeict,in its Inieudaitt:

Mr. Vogt nominated Anderson J. Peeler. consideration, and instruct me to report, that in their opinion the could possibly b to any ore else, a no printer able comments on the Governor's Message,manifestsa I FRANCIS II. FUGG. "

Mr. Erwin nominated Edwin A. Hart. bill should not pass. wishes to sec his work marred by such blunder.. spirit of resentment at the suggestions!respecting I for CoHMtilmeH: S

The YlteVas: JAMES GETTIS Chairman. I It was such I mistake, however, 8 will sometimes changes in the Internal Improvement act and par I II P. B. BROKAW, D. S. WALKER S

For PEELEH-Senale, 12. I Which was read, and the bills placed among the orders of the day. : occur, especially in the hurry incident to a prc!s of ticularly regarding the management of the Florida IVFi DYKE. I S. W. MYERS.

House-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bird Bissell. Brevard, Brinson, Mr. (;illi, from the same committee, made the following minority i work. I Railroad, which, while perhaps natural in that I (GEt;. II. DAMON MEG1NXISS, J.I' A.T. PEARCE EDMONSOFurlitfenJaf .
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Campbell, Christie, Clyatt, Coffee, Evans, Frink, Gettis, Gillis, I' report : ; Green Peas.. sheet cannot tend to heal! existing difficulties I -.---- --

Heennanr Hughey, Ingram, Kenan Maloney, Manning, McKinnon, The undersigned dissents from the above report for the reason that. : We are under obligations fur a mesa of delicious I seems to us, on the contrary, tbnt a feeling of conciliation I :

I McXcill, Nicks Peacock, Pope, Richardson Robinson, Starke, Vogt, in his opinion the bill under consideration is well calculated to remedy Green; Pees from the garden of Mr. Asa B. Clarke. and \deposition to throw oil upon tie I II DAVID P. I1OGUE.

Whitfield and Williams of Leon-30.( Total 42. I n necessity now existing for judicial redress in favor of and I II .. -. troubled waters would b preferable to the oppo- for Countilmtn:
against married women As the Legislature has departed from the I Ii I '
HART Senate 5. I Slave
For Exemption. site course, especially as the indulgence of warm p. B. BROKAW, GEO. DAMOX, 1.
House-:Messrs. Barrett, Broxson, Davidson, Erwin, Hunt, Rob i piinciples of the common law by extending to married women new. I II I We publish in another column an interesting de I feelings either way will nut only complicate affairs P. T. PEARCE. R. A ShINE

crts Sniith and Williams of Escambia-8. Total 13. I and additional privileges and rights in acquiring and holding property i fence of the policy of Slave Exemption,taken from but render their impartial adjustment problematical GEO. X HEIR I E. M. WEST.JAMES .

Blank Mr. Munn-1. therefore, new remedies commensurate with these new and addi. the Charleston Jfeicury of Nor. 18, l87. I is from 'I if not impossible. Those who engage in the F II. FLAGO. KIRKSEY.

The Prebident declared Anderson J. Peeler duly elected Clerk of I tional rights and privileges should be afforded as contemplated by I the pen of \V II. BI!.C.E-tq, of this county andi investigation of grave matter under the influence ----MANY VOTER
the bill. As the law exists at the present time, in the opinion of the "
the Court. i A Floridian?
Supreme appropriately signed of excitement be Minded
I ( I are very apt to in fur IlItr.ula1tt: S 4S
undersigned, it is to resort in almost every instance to an __ -
and necessary I -
The joint meeting adjourned the Senate returned to their : judgment and are therefore in danger of being led DAVID P. IIOCUR
chamber. I expensive redress in the courts of chancery to enfoice the contracts Georgia MUI.1 Institute

Senate bill to be entitled an act to change the namo of the countysite of married women, it is therefore recommended that the bill do pass. I I The }litr. .hol A Marietta, Georgia, has: a,tray by their fcclD **. I will certainly give us For Co nrimcn :
be instrumental
C. jlLLIS, of Judiciary Committee. more pleasure to in smoothing iifftreuces ] j'. B. mWK.w.I JOhN d OtGALL.fiE
achieved character for in instruction
of Columbia from Lake
Alligator to thoroughness
county City, I
than in fomenting strife by impeaching the !. DAMOX. P. T. }PEARCE
Was read a third time and its which the Which was read. and consequent usefulness, that it has been '
put upon passage, upon (JW: ) X. HEm }, II. }'LtUG.O1tMAN11UTLEII .
motive of those who happen to differ with
%oc was : Mr. Whitfield from the Committee on Internal Improvements, made a State Institution. No School of its kind may usI J:. A. SHIXE.
The matters connected with the construction of
- Yeas--Mr.: Speaker, Messrs. Barrett, Bird Bissell, Brevard Brin. made the following report : stands higher in public tinmtion. In another I -- S

son, Broxson, Campbell, Clyatt, Coffee, Davidson, Erwin Evans, The Committee on Internal Improvements to whom was recommitted column will! be found the usual notice of its second the Florida"road were J legitimate subjects for ref r. ] fur use floriJian and Jtvrnal.
the bill be entitled act to improve the naxigation of the ence to the General Assembly. Had this reference
to an
_ Gettis, Gillis, Heermans, Hughey, Ingram Maloney, Manning, Mc. Ocklawaha river I term, which commence on the 2t\lh February cmisuing. I been withheld by the Governor, evil disposed MESSRS. Et>rrous: lICe accounts of great fanning
Kinnon McNcill .Munn Nicks Peacock Richardson Roberts persons
,. Pope, in Washington county published in
your paper
have had
might occasion to allege that the
Robinson Smith Starke and Williams of Escambia I
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REPORT : which arc IS follows: 15.800) of Tobacco to 12
I Nays-Messrs. Christie, Frink and Hunt-3. On the 17th inst., at the solicitation d suppression was through partiality or other motive.
Frida. acres J land, 1,<>00 Ibs. Cotton per acre, (short
. Besides, if the charges, as they are called, shall I
title stated. the Railroad
So the bill of Tallahassee ,
passed- as
That they have again had the subject under consideration I cOlrteuslrniJent to be without foundation, then f staple. I suppose.) lIe then ray that there i is aplenty
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. Hou-toun, the members of the Legislature took prove no injury S
forth in their former ,
the views Cot
that they see no reason to change set will have resulted but, if ben done of the tame kind of land that can I W bought J
: Resolution allowing no contestant to receive the 1 ride the entire road from St. Marks ; wrong 1.1 ,
a to
any pay except still that it is at this time topassthe over
I report, but are of opinion inexpedient tIle tate authorities would have been faithltss in I for six or eight dollars per acre. How U the health I"
; entitled his
one to seat AValkcr'a Mill, near Montieello. We are informed
bill. Two objections which Jour committee deemed insuper- in those (What neighbor! Is it
regions )
their to wink at it. We in favor say
Was read the second time and motion of Mr. Davidson referredto duty arc giving
on of the bill. that the run was an agreeable one, the members I
submitted in their former
able, were report to.tbo passage is that the have often hard of
to all the Railroad under the good, or place to ,
the Committee Finance and Public Accounts.A Companies working
on I One was, that it was deemed inexpedient to make an appropriationof expre.ing themselves highly pleased. make fortune in *
Where two
I a man can a
Internal act the to which year.vansIdie
bill be entitled authorize Alexander Improvement rights theyare
to an act to Grissman to when State ail the fundsat "-- -
time the I
amount at a requires
so large an
the third r Or. is bonnet
neighbor an
entitled law and when doubt ,
establish a Ferry across the is u wan nee river, The Executive Ball. clearly by even I
demands her
: her disposal to meet the just and urgent upon treas His Excellency Governor ,.with that spiritof exists would be them the I man, anxious to sell and hates to tell?
Was read tbe second time and ordered to be engrossed foj a third lands lie sold reimburse I Perry ready to yield benefit of
i The other was, that the proposed to to I
I AX EAST FLOR1DIAX.
ury. for which he is remarkable, it but those who seek I
reading on to morrow.A the State are not subject to the control of the Legislature. These liberality gate n ; equity must do equity.The -

bill to be entitled an act to provide for recording the marks i, objections committee are of opinion do still exist. Your com.I i, ball reception nod banquet, nt the City Hotel, on I Railroad Companies have not b.en a* par. f from the Charltitim S Merrry. yornnber IOtA, 1837. S

and brands of Cattle shipped from the State of Florida I n.ittee therefore1.gjeave your to offer this as a affirmance of their for. Thursday evening of last week. TIll animated I ticular in the observance of the law D the public Exemption of one slave from Execution.The .

Was read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for''a third r'< mer report. All oMihich is respectfully submitted, n&teiubl.ige unusually large and brilliant, seemed ; expected and demanded. Look, for instance, at the question recently raised and prevented to

ji-ading on to-morrow. ::0"-,:, ; i I, I'EO. WHITFIELD, Chairman. i delighted with the gay fifli\ities of the e'eling- r'tur of their gross receipt, which the act of 1835' the Southern States in relation to the exemption s

A bill to be entitled an act for the relief and proction ofjiersons S Which was read, and the bill placed among the order of the day., I To u!e the the language of our single friend of the I requires them to make every sis months. The of limited amount" of property in slaves from "ez-

engaged :in the Log and Lumber business in this State, Mr. Vogt, from the same Committee, made the following rninoiity I Kcntinel, who i. never 'o felicitous in the exereiso Florida Railroad. Company have sent up but two of ecution consideration.and Nile, u worthy of the mo t serious

Was read the third time and put upon its passage, Ujion which the 1 report: I of his pen as when writing of the graces.nt these statements, while the Pensacola and Georgia The profos'tion: i i. a novel one, but of vast importance -

rote was: The undersigned' one of the Committee on Internal Improvement achievements of woman, the occasion-presented Railroad Company have omitted altogether to comply when considered with reference to its influence -

Yeas-Messrs. Barrett, Campbell, C ilIis, Heermnns, Hunt, Kenan, to whom was referred a bill to be entitled an act to improvethe I, .grace and female lovehinca.'urftind" beauty suchas with the law in this respect It may be said anon he general condition and security of

Whitfield and William of Escambia-8. navigation of the Ocklawaha r river dissents from the report of had but cehJornLtt. *As-mLe In that Legislative that these statements are but mere forms until the the Sonth. Xo thinking man, at this which.1:11,tin view
in
with indifference ,
Nays-Mr. Speaker Messrs. Bud Brevard, Brinson Broxson the Chairman and begs leave to present the following minorityREPORT I Hii lm,-*>ro were matrons *lth, their fair- roads are completed. Suppose such i the ease any manner, promise any to suggestion strengthen the inns may and

Christie, Ctyatt Coffee, DavuKin, Erwii: Evan, Frink, Gettis- 1 h..dd'.tlghters. and young men in the May morn still it i is a requirement of law that even these forms clierUh and sustain the spirit of Southern men.-

Hughey, Ingram, Manning McKinnon, Munn, Nicks Peacock I : S 'r of youth, full of hop and ripe for adventures ingallantry I ala1! be observed. A failure to regard them is embarrassing The subject is well calculated to stimulate inquiry

Pope, Richardson, Roberts, Robinson, Smitb/jStarke and Williams ,. ladies and dicu ion among our citizen generally.
to have ; were mugnifi- to the of the rod*, and gives to
valid reasonallo-c''Joc"on I "De frienc.
The undersigned can see no or I But in the first place, no man can form a jnat
i..eon-27. I the proceeds the lands granted by L* "" of the Internal I I cently uttireJ, and beauty unadorned, graveSenators their opponents, who are ever ready to seize upon and proper estimate of the influence of any practical
bill lost.
said
So was I Improvement Fund for the landaW '" P08.0 of clearing out, deepen I parliamentary orators and numerous dignified I the smallest circumstance, the opportunity for measure, without some acquaintance with and

Senate bill to be entitled an act defining the indecent exposure of I and straightening the chan* l of said mer, with a view to drain- bachelor, all bowing and Broiling-and of I charging that these corporations consider themselves knowledge 0(. the nature and dupohition of his fel
tho |person at or near any chartered Ferry, &c., a misdemeanor, and inn their bows and their low-nun the springs or fountains Iiuimn tie-
I lied the graceful
in" the lands cof tiTrf't V' "r'l> to > purposes contemplated I curs wcce very above and beyond the reach oftb. law. tiom'S

punishing the same, !'. b.t't\.bfff** Ia not died, that under the provisions of the smile were very gracious? It is idle, then, to say (which the .Y,1 does not The volume of nature nay GouxviTtf, i i. the
Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which the "Trustees have th and such I The of all the delicacies that I
ff r! yttic ] right. are required to make arrangements banquet consisting allege) however,) that the observance or nonobservance book of knowledge,and he becomes most wise who
vote wa : < fordrainage as to them may seem proper, and to do all other I could be obtained, was rich and andi makes the moet jndwiou xlrction. Utopian
a1Jundat of the Jaw for investigation
not
Yeas-Messrs. Barrett Bird Davidson Erwin and I1ca" i a proper subject dream wIlt not ayaH in the eommon cvery-day
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in their be most to the served in a manner highly the
,, things as judgment may advantageous early up .
& n roxson, I i and inquirySuet) a position would be .
Let therefore, little
Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Kisscll, Brevi *? :)? '. .... settlement and cultivation of the overflowed and lands-- I host of the City Hotel concern of life 9'f inquire a
Christie eJi 'F.nn G f.tl3* 'li18* swamp popular uateaaUe. Nor does it follow that the advocate into this character of man which it the only true
Coff
Campbell, Clyatt, it is of them The music and other the Ball
to
Hnnt -y. Manning, MeKjnnon, Me- nay, required by express enactment encourage appi'tmeDl ID for iaqnirj are hostile either to tbe system itself ort foundation of all nffman theori/ In the language
Hughey, Ingram Keju- Roberts. Robl" actual settlement and cultivation of these very lands. The opinien Room were most dirtc- of Mr. CALBOC. ia his (Treat work on Government
n ucelent a"idl
n. use the particular road whose acts are
? r being examined
NeHi Peacock, P* ,'Escambia and Williams of Sm'J.&tark'. is entertained by those who are the best acquainted with the facts, tion of Messr Duesberry and Titus.A while mati i* created for the social state, and i I.,
"V ifielLW( This position would be equally
ito accordinsif (formed L feel what affect other
that the proposed improvement of the river will drain and reclaim at so as J
5.bIWU lost. untenable A the other. Truth i what we all seek, well a* vhat aTetshimelf, he I U at the Mm
; .)iOrdered that the same be certified to the Senate. the lowest calculation, three hundred thousand ((300,000)) acres of very Merry ClirHtmavawA and truth can injure no interest, unless indeed that time so eon.'til ot d a* to feel more intensely what

I J y *a Senate bill to be entitled! an niaking-copies of the Spanish Archives rich lands, and the identical lands in part contemplated to drained merry Christmas to sal a kind greeting for interest relies en or for success. Prejudice, affects him directly than what affect him indirectly 5

: evidence in certain cases,T by the provisions of the act of 23th September, 1850, and which our acquaintances! We are gratifiedto upon i through other; or, to expres it differently he Sis
that the of said lands whether from sale newppp1 our to extend that i true, may pervert judgments of men and succeed so constituted tint Iii, direct*r individual affee
proceeds or kindly
(
Was read the third time and its which the expresses i power
put upon passage, upon in inflicting a but tions than his .rrmpntheUe social Sfeelings
temporary injury an appeal are stronger
direct in kind shall be far to friend, and Thereare
vote appropriation applied exclusively as as greeting our reading patron facontrover
and
: 1le
was Her fa a clear
the fall in the reversal
to of
cannot
to the of said I lands by means of levies and but few of them that shaft but people securing
Yeas-None. ':,- necessary, purpose we pee bodily, philo ophial exposition of the nature and character S
Nays-Mr. Speaker Messrs. Barrett, Bird, Bissell, Brevard Brin. drains." The removal of rafts of timber which now obstruct the thanks t the In'ge of mechanical invention, we any unjust judgment which their representatives of man. given in that concise and comprehensive S
of the would of these lands may pronounce. Those who fancy that the people style peculiar to the Great Carolinian. ,
Christie Coffee Davidson Erwin Evans free passage water act as a drainage can address and exchange gratnlations
son, Cnnnpbell Clyatt, ,
While be admiUed that the interest of
CBB be permanently carried and induced to it must
and thereby bring them into market, and tho State would be remunerated with them around their firesides away
Frink, Get s. Gillis, Heermans, Hnghey, Hunt, Ingram, Keuan, sipping BOg"o the slaveholders and non-laveholdert of the South'
from the sale of tho lands and the taxes to be raised thereon persist in a course contrary t right, mistake their
a Manning, McNeill, Peacock, Pope Richardson, Roberts, Robinson, puffing their fragrant cigars. are to intimately connected and mutually depenlent. --
Smith, Starke, Vogt, Whitfield, Williams of Escimbia and Williamsof when they pass by sale into private hands. Again. it should not be A "Merry Christmas!' Blessings O the day, temper. The people are honest, and only waist t .. .as to produce very nearly an identity of iaterert _
Leou34. forgotten that the Constitution of this State requires of the Legislature and long may it bju held in honored observance fIn be informed of the truth, to call forth a verdict consistent and feeling with regard to the bUlttntlolof!
therewith. do not themselves slavery-it is certain from that constitution
to navigable streams. This is stream They concern very
improve river a navigable
So the bill was lost. this age of cold utit.nism, the freshness of our above described that the institution would!
Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. worthy of a liberal aid. About one.sixth of the counties of the perceptions is s quickly blunted by the rough with the strifes sad aspiration of the busy and of he man strengthened and fortified by Its general diffusion -

e A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to pro,iJe for the State have a deep interest in the navigation of this river. The condition world, that it is well to have seasons to bustling actors in the pursuit fur promotion ; and. among all classes of our population.It

employment of a Clerk in the office of the Comptroller of this State, of these lands, the navigation of this river, the constitution the celebration of kindly feeling,when se men apr though they may for a time be swayed by what is is undeniable that self-interest i I. the ruling
and tho requirement of the law demand that this bill should pass. women termed a "sensation," the sober second thoughtwill patsion oth human mind-the great moral lever
approved January 8, 1852 I I can forget the cares life for a mt-ment, and f Is and
_ i WitS read a second time, and, on motion of Mr. Bird, referred to S In conclusion, we further present a brief and succint synopsis of enter with zest into the o sporU and diversions of bring them right in the end troJJ by which. If man..everywhere propose, therefore regulated to enlist con the

a Select Committee consisting of Messrs. Bird, Gettis, Pope, Wil. the views influencing the mind of the minority of your Committee in childhood. Christmas makes Us children agAIn The-course it Gor. Per fa laying the matters sympathies and secure the co-operation of our fellowman .

hams of Leon and Erwin. making this their report : S It is associated in our minds with the : of in question before Ute General Assembly will be we iiiu!t make our Intents Ai. Interest.

Senate ,bill entitled an act amendatory of the existing acts as to 1st The improvement contemplated Is hi accordance with tb section of the llth article of the Constitution of this State which prod exs a strange picture of
I garnishment in this State, tence ;'it around family fireside the lit was right and appropriate in itself; but i doe not the disposition of Providence in this regard
Was read a third time and referred to the Committee on the 1 J. makes it the duty of the General Assembly of this State, as soon as tie gther, haired rosy cheeked girls and .u that all who endorse bit action thus fir are materially modified or revenedL The prlneple
practicable, to ascertain by law proper objects of improvement in .\ itself ha. without doubt been very properly Implanted -
diciary. > who ban the and the thereby committed to extent of his views.
relation to roads, canals and navigable II rea 1M." ThM improvementis boys loee u ia anrscry \ J in onr bosoms for wiN ana nvolrat
Senate bill to be entitled an act to authorize actions at law to be school room, and In their innocent, capricious merriment Difference of opinion do exist a* t these. We S

\ Instituted upon all notes and. contracts executed by married women, also DOW practicable, and hence imperative, by th terms of the it give us the Inestimable privilege of re- might specify, for instance, the
Came up on ita third reading when, the rule having been waived Constitution,sinee, without hnprov ment and against all obstacles, javinatin thankful for, right of the Florida Railroad Company to continuethe ofi individual caanot, by say human law.1.'
now run into Lake Griffin and to the heart of Samter ; -ht i something t b that the various .
barges other word
S on motion of Mr. Gillis, it was recommitted to tho Committee on the up reader. further of their enterprise in the direction pr* ervdd equal; or. in
good
county, 35 miles South of Ocala. pre capacities and disposition of men will forever
jS Judiciary. The rites of jollity and gooi with Cedar Key. Many think that it i now too difference in their moral
also e irreconcilable
that
2d. Your Committee deem the 1st section ef the same fellowship produce
:1 .\ bill to be entitled an act to establish a ferry across the Suivnn.jce which Christina late to interfere in this ] Besides, do and intellectu.laad condition U.deuNr
have
was s
of the Constitution fulfilled t
article ((11th) hereby and that an enhancement afu'rtiDe river, in instance is interference in aJ should oper'tt.t'quaJ1YlDdprop
of the value of and the reclamation-of large goes itO dTsuse I Unit State one t luiN aiar I political tyotem
a portion a "e.ily. condition and
read the second time by its title aud ordered to be engrossed declined all other sad thus forever teal the fate rtioo..Uyoa every
hs sad
additional portion in this instance, estimated at the lowest amount at CJLms wore me'. festal in.nG circumstance of me. Law ron!t be made,upon the
for A UiiWs, ding oil to.morrow. establisha 300,000 acres, will in this case fulfil the intent,end spirit of this, ea on, until ia aianj portion o th knditUre.gnpd of the Ford well .all the other road, since t supposition at 1eaat. that allan equal ana to be \
be entitled ad authorize H. E. Osteen to
A bill to an clause, which i provides- the safety, security and appropriation of d only as a hovy day in the church, not a*a each one of them II teekiig a terminus, either on generally affected by them.
Ferry across the Sf-Johns.river, the due in the GaIter $ Atlantic, where UM same objection Political equality i ia a far different thing from
fall dyin
the proceeds. It is also to the extent in strict accordance with holy n some Ue
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third cmmmtt. is found urged against Cedar Key. There moral; mUll, chad or physical equality. The one'11IOUJd -
1 the 16tb section of, the Internal Improvement act, which provides part t the iniuence puritanfeth'ngt and preju tt a/tray be preserved; the other never eon
reading to-morrow. thai the Trustees shall make such arrangements for the drainageof dice more, we f ar.t the hard,money getting i but H feat of water, at low tide, on the ha. I be
entitled the School Fund in the
in relation
-I\ bill to be an act to
A the swamp or overflowed land as in their judgment may be most spirit of the country and age. a spirit that crushes Johs bar-the Atlantic toun.ol CoL SaaderMO'I For'important end, and a* a mean of *tr ngtn--

,, County of St. Johns, advantageous to the Internal Improvement Fond and settlement out everything like sentiment, and reduces thewBcHe road- .d Hhoagfer there may b ten or enin!and fortifying thelnstitutionofalVeiJ. t1 U

I Wad the second time ind ordered to engrossed for a thirdrwuing and coltiration of the land." social to a calculating ofpeetutMj. eleven feet o the bar at Marks, ttftl the channel expedient, wise, and prudent, in our humble opinion
S
economy calculated
\ on itomorrow.A snr to adtpt that policy which U best 1
S 3d. No of the Constitution of this State of act valuation. There too much work narrow in seine place and *crooked of
bill to be entitled an act relative ,to-. the offices of SWiff andY >principle or an i i s to protect, extend and diffuse this species prop
the of S S to provide for and encourage a liberal system of Internal Improve and too little play in AmeriaUo-great a struggle mothers, that the terminus Any be aid with equal erty. Tb. more gf"nlaod widely diffa***! it u.
Clerk In Holmes .
Circuit County third ments in this State," is infringed by the propose* bilL The present for riches and too little regard r-thl. beauties and propriety t h no-better adapted r. the ige the stronger H mart U; and the more table andpermanentrth .
E Was read the second time add ordered to be engrossed for a slaree! to oar
of "liberal is both T life and tli and egrterof has either Key pI"OPrt11D greater
bill as part a system" contempktw are elegancies of we r, decay of Cram anmen.
to-morrow. interest in U and affection fot1t.
reading on otherwise is contradiction in terms and violbthr of the intent this bet All individuality or Jacksonville, -a difference -
the gue a b t df"JtaI" With'reference to iLl Influence the boaloeae"ttao.eUoN'U.t
A bill to be entitled an act for the charter of a Bridge across auba e. spec
Suwannee river, at,the lower Sowannee Springs, expresttd io the preamble to said act, as is patent on the very face of ebre r i. disappearing before the reign in the depth (water on the her, 10 eowtry,I cannot pre ei"e 5 that

S Was read the second, time and ordered to be ,engrossed for a third of said act. S of the almighty dollar., Bat ,1 the conservative .tfiWU, .,bUM .danger o bsiaiag ruin vpooUM -exetapfcW prinefpUU jwtly obnoxious to

reading to-morrow. 4t! This biD will be productive of. the follbwinjr benefits t List, find CUM f regret la'the etD a'customs J.1 II by armting the VorV. Considerably others any serious should ofcjcttioaa.be Why emUrraMeJ the merchant by the

it,will enhance tbr revenue of the State; secondty.is ,will enhance wk4.h lest a harm the circle a over BrHtionr La hoes already materially title t
: A bill to, be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an.act conung t .gave i o d fact that lab ftt hold*a Udefcswi bU *
<, the value of the, overflowed and swamp lan%hv and add value and :LaL t*toil, let turn console himself fey net guaranteed oa the bonds of U>. faifavs, OMikre,- Iem _. Jt occurs to m* thai
Replevin epD
: : ,Vftritad the.second time, and on motion referred to the Commit stsbHily weft as availibility to,the eecurkies'ofthe&te-} thirdly, lag that io tome respects or 'Christmas U better the principal o f f'lu oof only 'b my eoaSdtw* w
'Jndiciftry; ; S : it will.Ktdoce emigration and a.eonswjaent' increase;of'the property S than that of the "good old lime" the I interest 'on which win eonffnae.t the by the frettM every *Ur* "teUia--.1JnJe r,

tee oWj16 of' the S and taxable'assets of the Stat ; (onrthlyit' ,will greatly add to the '"Merry 'ChriMnW then, all AJlthere a Income th*' lea" povtrlee to ewefoaeeewes3db.: .toII" to Mis-
; A Im.to be entitled an act to confer upon Justices Supreme i :. 0 rnd.a I .p&a1 vpea.bkL toLasafhtcTeoperetlan&
Court 0%the State1 -of Florid* authority issue writs of'Habeas prosperity. and development of a Urge hitherto: .neg ted portion are some within tbebonndsofouretr
Corp,: to. .-. eC ths Stairvand on I ? espaMo. of fUveloptneU,, second to no ,who will yen BjtM iJ sntair.frrj c e-the 'oer. the inUrtH of th;State t Lasten the uniplek'nS i lot ouuiHndt art! pofley/w !kta than hnmanli -' S
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1 ty ride should citizen oppose of errry theide firiiitr of for*inj tl.i>j>.ii:)i: t'ttufl an un'ortu-rfl4Iaproener.t j I Georgia Mii DENTISTRY. Change- of Schedule. & Pen. & Geo. I', AWES & LIVELY:, .

<-f Iii"condition.: (; l RETAIL.I .
i WHOLESALE N')' j
1'he 'I'H RAIL-ROADS :
uiue argument*, contra, which an ned in I' .been made a UTE = -0-- ;

this! ca (. initht w Ith .equal or grcntir force te ;I i Hoard Trustees app 'iiife4j l : \ %\ I L" i iTLLLIHASSEEFLAa

applied to another subject trendy Iegi late.1 l uj/on. I I GO\tmor. have recently! I j 1 .

both in thi and other St4tt!'. and tinherfalJy pop- It I Iular 1 the following 'flicer: I' I COMPANY.

to wit: securing to manned women in'J' .(.a.- i Ct. A. V. BSUUBV, Schedule.
of
jhl rights to all properly to which they tua\ have of Mathematics and Natuial t I U. S. MAIL LINE. Change
become! (tntitled either I before I I i
or afiU-r ol.lrr.a-- THOMAS McCo O
rue (.11t of the Letp.-Liti're ill t\is Capt. I J. CUB LEE I l and after Saturday the ninth October. 1858.
cat* 1 i.i >.bd.! d'b and Pr.\f..", EII Tbe public are respectfully informed that the O
oufly. to protect worucn fiom t.e connijut"f Her. JwiV.. t na lila cratelul icLnow lodgements tbe Traiu wilt De rCn daily (Sunday excepted) t

the prodigality i .Dd rtfckl sii
in the other the object \\otild I.' of a fur inert- -.-.'- I Mr V. II. )IA\Ct. (.(. for the very liberal patronage AN1MagnoliaGa1v Leave Station Si;',l lkcr'. Mill... 8 A.M.

eral andeornprrlK-n-nc eh lrndl'I.-to profctt "!I\i! r. I : during the pant f five-orix years. ston. Arrive at Tallahassee ...... ... .. 949A.M. -

sustain an institution w'nch! has become M. in!'r :Cllpr JL S. C.3P. ASi the practice of the above prfes Leave Tallahassee........ ... 950A.M. ED\C

woveniitli tlieMructure, of rout tj-, as to I be III.., mati,' I of country and has made such %TILL leave New Orleans and the various Florhl Arrive at St.Mark*... ... ...11.15A.M. I

luloly c-v-enlinl to tin jiro jxTity nod.II >j>ine s <''t t Clpt| S. Z. Hi'rr. A wist ant .' manurm-furers of Dental Materi- 'r y Ports a* p"r following Schedule: Leave St Mirks .... .... ... .. !.15 P.M. 1 ,

the Stutbern. PI'I.I.. The bitur prejudice, of the u-s and Natural I'bi1oopliy.Dr. I enable him to put up rctt setts of Leave New Orleans on the 13th A 29th. Arrive at Tallahauee. .. .. ... 3 40 P. M. fr h of
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4 1ane.nd supply
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civiliztd ; orld are ngltin..t l tI*; th. iuo"t powerful A. nL. SurKe4. ] the popular modes at from fifty to Arrive at ns.ieolA on the 16th A 20th. I Leave Tallahassee} ... .. . .. 3.50 P. M. ARE now rirmirs a
) cations on the jrlolx- are jealous of the W'illr.1Ih The( tic C term of the Ices than ii usually charged for Leave Pensaeola on tbe same daj a. .. Arrive at Walker's'Mill. Station 3... 6.SO P. M. : variety articles kept by Dru.gittl.PU.7ERS.
,'(. and of the Nxillmu > South; (he means what be and PHYSICIAyS .
power btate of this )
j j vll ccMiimence on the 20th 4 : sacs. Arrive at Apalachicolaon the 17 th & Slat or 1st. Connecting with PoftCoaches daily to Mooticello
Confederacy and. Mind lo their true intmets. are |I ill tin.f for f to be as 1 Desist BEJUTIFIL and and others, will always find at tt-is establishment A
the .
v : Leave Apalachicola same dav] and twice a wee's! to Madiwuv Alligator Baldwin and
in the nPlh."ut.
joined of fanatic! -rue,ntjiiiiift the,peculiarItttUtieu i II. 1 111 the Bonrd. i can be put up North or South. Arrive at SC. M'arks on the TSth i 1st or 2d. Jacksonville, arriving at Mondcella ort Mondays ancV Msupply of every thing needed it our line and on

d our own section Hypocritical and : 1>iiiuir the I prffut }far. of lila semce. can, by dropping a Leave St. Marks on the sam days. Fridays and departing Wednesdays and Saturdays;' IIi l bcir l terms aether tan be Iliad in any Southern
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bale
and signiii! men of th ojKr.ited_ apon the i< irance |j fcteu ..tet..J.1.llmlle and either Mont cello or Madison, }'Ia. Arrive at C..d..r Key.oa'tBe: 19tb credulity ma or the Frre aod tame to test it before
M a t'. un on8. pay- to and filled with tt'e-sarris (torrectoeM as 'if
I II Leave Cedar the before of Train with the line of
til it has become with them a cardinal | |1ai1t"' o I' Key on same days.Arnvf' returns departure ; '
faith or eoUiiiu ..Iutto (;od artiileof I acc niu.MUti4in nd at Manatee & '.Tampa the 20tb .t 3d or 4th. Mail Steami-rs between New Orleans Key West and personally purchased by Customers. To Cash and
nud 'litini.iinty" to i tlau hate references given i if desired. Leave Manatee t the and intermediate the Gul I time buyers we feel confident in saying wo
radicate and exterminate the j tbtj telltfurc Tampa on same day* Cuba points on ( arriving | prompt
institution I I 1858. 6S
from the fate of the earth. Percned and .It-larery laded !i' T E I It! _ Arrive at Key West on the 21st t 4th or 5th. lit and departing from SL Marlon the 15th and 29:1a: j can give them entire ..t flltion. Our STOCC. com
Leave Key West on the 12th and 2Cth. of month. Should these dates fall OD SuniaYI. I prises '
they certainly are, liut. on tlmt' account eteu the Bard ijition ul. : FREE FUEJ every
Illore dangerous. TIle fanatic t Anive at Manatee t Tampa on the 13th t 27tb. the train will be run as per schedule to connect with j I Taints, Pnfty,
ot all ilinrgis. >T one
Jeat open to the power of r"nmn, and loas-t crealurvu it> $112 Iiuiitute l 6uI.ilt.advane. THE MILLION Leave Manatee
to the; control and euiilaiice; of an i-idight.-ntd subject A $5 per I of J. H. Randolph i n.ilesN. Arrive at Cedar Key on tbe Hth rioli..m. If we are not aroused put IIt't..I'I', Leave Cedar Key on tbe same days Pres J fcuperinterxltnt. I Perfumery Varnishes.Druijs. War,
to iu a
HHJily 1 A paid :
prop I' \ Arrive at St. Mark* the 15lb JL 29th. Walnlla Time Madkson '! '
arpre..illiioll of our p."ilion-if we continue re- No other s w-ill be 1868. 52 on TgT Sentinel. Mrrssenjjer Fine Soap Window Olas
garalt-Hs of the nifrnilicunt circumstances whicl. ur- ces reinlrrt-d d\.adets.Coj.ieg Leave St.Mark on the same days. nd Quii.cy Republic copy till forbid. 'I Fine Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco

e& rouud u*. \e shall ere long and when 4-f thr Regulation until 1st Monday in JunUQT!'. Arrive at Apal.ichicrla] the 16th & 30th. Sept. 25. 1868. 39PAINTING Broil hf'fI. Patent Medicines, ;
peiliHps
too I Lea. ____ ___ __ __ ___ I
find the
I late ourm-lrea -- u.
Apalacbicola on days.
disuriued and overw helmed, Institute may I' bad by same Paint Brushes Fine Havana *.
t_ and beyond tin po''er of *ucc.Wul res.:!tanee. I I dent. "rr1) Collector's Sale. Artive at Pensacola on the 17th & 31st or 1st. Surgical Instruments Medu.esti.T

There teem to IW,in Mime minds a *-ttle.l (pjto- '! Youu mei] hut" other sold for State. County and Railroad Leave Pensacola on the 17th or 31st or 2d. HE undersigned id now prepared to do all kind? suited to Plantation and Family us*.
.. iitioi and Arrive at New Orleans the 18th d 1st 2J. T i
on or (
repugnance to reform. in wl"tt-\.t'r I j be "KcIinrttediMladets.I 1858, before the Court house door in Hue .
$ epartment) business I TLe GALVESTON & MAGNOLIA will each makean of work his such a*- > -ALSO-- .
it k DIfI I ; located ;
nmy Kupsjesied. I liMtirutr Tallahassee within legal hours
fculties and emlarrasueit n I on extra tip to Apalacbicola monthly : Gui!. I PUCE TTIXE3 Bi DKS-fW vmcnfA pwposss.D.
ore apprehended and i j highest and nto- healthful .day of December next the follow- House Sign and Carriage Painting j t
notliiig can be safe Leave New Orleans on the 6th t 22d.. H AMES M. LIVELY.
< ;
or t'xl..li..ut'J.idl has not N. N.SiUPSON! within the of Leon. to-wit. ding Graining, Glazing, 4e .
teen ested by Uige and Mirationcd ''A. : I county Arrive at Apalachioola on the 7th & 23d.Lca.ve < i Oct.l 1,18S3. 42
liy a Ions 21 1853. E i, of Section 3S R.
I Township 1. He will also hand MIXED PAINTS of i
bl'.e of thaiOur .palarhieolft] on the 9th A 24th. keep on -
piti >ii \-> one of and .
pr.'ut ( 40 l less. Owni
Itll\'e rrfpMn-iMI'fj, and we line: entrusted I acre more nf Ariive at New Orleans on tbe loth & 25th. all colors which he will sell cheap for ear". SLop I NathanielCOMMISSION tioje
to ui ;; Auction i L. C. D 31 ILLY. '
I three doors north of thu Church.
t he>iurk of I DANIEL LADD Presbyterian
(prl..e"ing our ItH..i,1 1111(1 l jxilit- 47-5 Tax Collector. Agent.
lcd iutititiouh.iriulcaSfiviii] (i. A. HALL. MERCHANT
the undue Fla.
.\tl.litioll'"lIltidslII, assiultsof f\l" 4,300 acre ->f \ : I ( \' sale is postponed to the NtTport, Tallahassee Dec. '
II I. 1838. 50-5t
I December Xo. 38 St New Orleans?
Th th.ir.c'rr \J Uu.Jin Jtlfe -n CtUtt( 3 j 18, rS58. 61_ Povdras ,
tof the time i in ----- -'------
diiuai :
I told January next. C
an.J l teMe! "tutiott. 'll.tre it a ] unfcla :j (.', te.! Corn r( -.,'r. ; ; '! -----AG.EfN 0.2"6 Sheriff's Sale i -0ItEFEU
folinij in I the
4 Northern ml i, US ]bkfli_ faniilv, N TO- .
-d
\ .
rapidly ttndlii 1 I
and Ij Ex .
pulilll'I1.111..1: our | Bank of Oov.James E. Brooms ) ,_.
prrjHWshould I I. Columbus Ga.
trace .lvi I. |I."e eifetimg' a .;'i h i-i'I f ( : IT'shassee. 6..
on r uellr the for State County, and Railroad virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from OeD.R.A.Shine.
iuiitnjjn4
] iok as.d the will j D. ADAMS C..Ii. WI?!. IT. TOCNC Pre. BY
uLdtr4itcti. be '
U.lUL..qllt'lit.oluillll; I S 1 | 1S58. within legal Louis on the first Clerk's office of Leon Circuit Court wherein A. B. Noyes. &oq. 1IL.

Can any r,.fl.-tine tnmi doubt the fatt ? 11.i,i-e-,. 171In..lling ut I J, : ry next the following lands lying Cash Capilal $100,000 00. Ashley J Tipping'. Guardian dc. is Plaintiff and I M. Spt'IJe..r. Kotq. I tl N ewpo.J,11" .t. F1a.

The liwt; | .au!:lle oljiHtion.: at f.rr-1 "ic\\ : the 13'h Jaiitiarj, I of Leon to-wit: The N W } of -o- II. Archer.O. S. Burroughs and William M.}Maxwell I J. Snellinir, Qulncy Fla.Oen. -

vhich liavtacn trgt.I] to the ".)'mpi..u") priini' li e j'r 'peit\' (I>i"t ot' : I j i of NEt.(Section 32.Townhii| above Agency will at ALL times be supplied ate Defendant, I have levied upon and will exposefor Wm. Bailt-y Jefferson county Fet

lily l !i. Litfj-oLtiol. ':a its .one-M.k-d' Anti I..rlnl! N bl.t t .l.lt.o anj I t E, containing 2l>0 Lrr.8 more or THE Exchange on New York at current rates; sale. within legal bourn, before the Court LoUIe 0.; O I Putnam En.. Madison Jla

nlture"-"di 'rinl-...1 ill; in faorf a orum lli_- ai.d. ;!1"1'] t'latitatloti! : L DEMILLY. Tax C"Ietor.: Also ou Columbus and ApalnrbicoLi. Bills: discounted door m the city of Tallahassee on the first Monday j Augustus Steele Erq Cedar Ke j*. Fla.

c2a'W. ,' anavare ..f the (cHurn| whi .h ii
atl4 ,ies t" paitwl I Irin.1"I iI",., and jUtll Iy' M.. in thr 1. *, it. j I Office (up stairs) over the Store .f T. L. Betton to-wit: Lots 26 and 31, in S E J. Secj j FshRemiugtnnEsq. ) TLolD&l\'m
land Gear.
]lie i Lod\
mind- (s.i.tl.rrn: nun. We June at) ttft n nod 1.1 one Court ofJeJferson county, Fla. Esq, M. P. ELLIS Agent. titan 1, Township 1, Range 1. S A W, containing 11 t F.d.Seixut' F.f. r .

i mrmfly iT.' '*:eoJ ajcaiurt. p: rti.il Iej-latjtsi! stint three: Ij mil l.t: of TII h, Administratrix.1| Tallahassee Dec. 4, 858. 49 acres more or less. Levied trpon.as the property of It Jack J.)Marsh &.; Duncan' ', Oeo. -

(it fcf the i.-drr.il: (;.o'crllln"It.
p \' rc thnut nfnturiii!! .'J.ilal; ] ..fll. 1'ree titi": .. tpeiallon ere now 1 John B7WMtehursti writ of fieri i facias according to lawR.SAUNDERS. .
1 to the flagrant inj'iry of the South i 1..It or plantations but the i i I BY EXPRESS ; .
Sheriff
that we artv- blurt( fur 5. Bill for Keliet ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW :
*r readv, lit cot:nuon with. the iut. or tracts, de'l December 18, 1S5S. 5i-tds '!
ni j<>!'tt- of ""r f, I- and the aT'rom. KTox Y rk .10
locitizen t. indeinn <-Ie.red land on '. h. >'ei\ ] A1AKIANNA. FLA. ----- -- :
jiartial"' j in the !Mation any uf thing} "tu.viltd or injured by c-ultietnb.uti. 1 he of TITILL ('ulore-tRiv'Lin Cloaks
the .i>untr\. eoiuhtion for deceased. practfcf T3 the Cirtiat Courts cf Jackson. .eIL.I I LADIES Black Cim1 r"BI.k
But "e cotiteiiA that tlivifc i I. wilt/ inul.dide T T Calhoun Washington and Holmes coutitiea s
l>et*eon the di-triiuinatjol and a ditTortnce nil under good f,'nte, the calli interested in the Estate of Benjamin and special attention to OK THE I Bombazin.
ilutAnceulld..r disruiwi protit-liou HI the all m good reKiir| and mostly ; deceased, kite ol the county of J.( pay collecting. > Gro de Rhine. I '.
ar.d
n that of November 1858"
Tariff to f.xsUrcaj.f'aT a d bnild "pfiicturir a Tro'eilne! i|t and coiiiiiiodioiiM, good of Florida, are htteby netified to 48-ly Farmers' Exchance Bdnk and White Silk Rouches: ;

Northern Aliolttion States Ih in, the '! and a comfortable cottage or demur to tbe bill of Complaint yiEP1RLOT1CE.Dr. Ladles colored Kid Glove.
: ihscaM! >
to tax no one for the profit (;f adtantageof we |1'f1'1"e j'|J and other I.t-lloust on cu>h d cate. oO or before the first Mitt OF CHARLESTON. Linen Trimmings (new style)

rlghlK, vt another pVrost-/ hi* TIle situation are ,' D, f85W, or ths bill will Be taken Wm. Carroll SIGHT EXCHANGE ON N. Y. French Lace Circular Veils
lands are well und ** ** ,
It Caora not at all of the hM-I'e\1' 1 of 'al're. P leriDe' -
'rp.h.nt Pro- in Middle order be published for the FOR SALE.A. Paris Muslin. : .. i
tectivc'ariff-t, fn-ni the rrv niatrFwf( tict, tlmt Florida space permanently settled near Esquire Beaaley's -
who aU j The Negroes are next, bcfuie the said first Monday in :HA : The above Articles have been (.. dav received
are bfXffit'1 conic willu( the qliere of iU i"., likely tenders his professional cervices b the DENUA Agent.TullaUssecDcc. .
fluenIt i i. projxned to ru titute a from Virginia. some newspaper published at the citizens'of the surrounding country. Office at his I : If 58. 49 and I for sale at D. C. WILSON'S..
\ t indcfcafilile title to one tolllnfn fi-.i permaneivtand of all nth I penterf a good plantation I nsidcoce in front of DeWitt old store. I ----- ------ -- --- -- ---- -. i Nov ember 6, 1853. 45 .
_( of t ily l cook and house at CIIAUBERS this 1-1 th Decern- ------ -
er 'I-.it November 27 1853. SYRUP
8nant. 48-3tn
property-- ti|'ercCjing1ie\ "home- & PORK .
tend" ,,1 FRMS or SALE.- J. WAYLEd BAKER, Judge. I I
I.ld.
\ principle, Silks at Cost
Cl8ulIl1'rntilig for C s1I.
e 8. implement of husluiiidrt..., 'j.-----on Uh1.uuli', ous-has :, fourth <.Uh. and the balance : the MinuteJoix_ Sale poitporeJ: until 1st Monday in Jdnua.y1 .BAI REL-S .

.I become quite |K>jmlnr of lite ycattt in '' of the i' "' lb. with interest; front ] WEST, Clerk. D WILSON offers bis tntira' Stoat of FAN..
State. Litany pAcd security,or title re I8 ". 62-3m Land & Negroes for Sale. A t itc37. C 1 SILKS at Coe for Cnh. Cumiatiooe.

The idea *cems to accord "Hit every f.-linirof I I i ixl I.. The Negioes will be ; ------ - pursuance of a decree of Leon Circuit Court, w ojst' A.L.r. Robes a Quille Bayadiere StrjpiS. :

humanity inasmuch u* it mnJ atrord 1t\fi\ 'the I| day l -ri<'1uILI-fsale.4 property. on terms New York IN undersigned Commissioners will sell to the 1JLELlt- STllTJP ami PeRK BARREI.s ii Lai iae, I Plaid and trod. Silk.

riht of renter*'in.;, f.r protection an-1 highest bidder before the Court-house door in Tallahassee for a Volante.
retrjrd. a j For Hosjitu, | __L sale here. ALSO--'ci ane or fine Key West I
1. mlio lice rttrctI rdl'nI'J 11:111: in int, trbfr lartitulars, 1 m.J on Monday the 6th day of December Nc'vember6,1858. 45@D
'icciiidl. -y. I. in \ for the above -. <'JJS next SALT at LADD'S Newport Fla.] '
. F: C. apply Ui Captain on board,or 20, 185! 47BURIAL
\ With; I.yal attachment in all the \lei-ttitiitie< of .n ,: C.U McXAUGIIT d Olt OXD. Estate of David FelkJ ,deceased U-wit: The N | I Fresh Buckwheat

1 e\'t'lIlfullif.. Many of tie (''II rime* ,hint tnoi.y. !icoald i e. .II. l .\ tI 1858. 51 Ne\1'p"rt. Fla. of the_S W J. of_Section 50 in Tofn-1-ip 2. flange ---FISK'Srj iT- I tL r.- '7>Rj3H! CITRON | Fresh Currant, I.:
Lfr not puixha' < .>r r.tie from ] ; 2 N & E and the W K of S C
mr *rr\ke. 11. J .- -: ; I the J,of Section 25. [ i 1? iiglish Piccabb"
at
--- :
-; .I\.lIr..I'r..I..t i. iii-oiiior..-<]t-.l in ilc"r..I'nti.. |I OF FLORIDA. in TownOi'p 2. fargo 1, N
lliuu it i* admitted) to IiI.I I.\ ">!!,.j-niinaUt'j>jti-ii..-. oes i 120 acres more or It'' ; and 1 ic.ro ,woman 'November 6, 1853. 43
it. 6".f p. 1')00.I' Clinrlotte. aged about 50 year, one boy i'utiey aged

It i a.k..1-! Why s'uoiild *I.5th) ,.r X;/".) ot ONE \: 24.) eats l I'' -. ,i. about 18 yc.ir ore girl ally aged about )16 years

-1.*-e J"t'I .-rty. !1I..i tee prvt
\ >]h.r |..c.l." ?" ID the firSt j,Lic. \,'.. "onJ! tt.o ciiWreuot \five >.ur II i iuit : a latamy hat bctn el...1ar..1 to ex t child. The negroes to be sold for cash; the haul .

V I..nt! that teertea" xary in tnlt,.<' m.1 |.ticefr.'t.i u nih.of t a.jc. Apply t<* j i ,-4>:uiii'ii .>f the t-rnate, in the .vix :I one-lulf cash, and the balance on 12 month* Credit ,\' LOT of fine Havana CIO AILS .

.;% small Mini to the extrttijpr. :'.-. g.:"-cr. TLe .i Di-ccmbrr : !| Dirliict. (out)(>i.c
'"jr<.t i* to induce c try man lio ." nor pioj''113 I 25 1S58 rI 2 {{, I c.r.1c'r all election to be hdd iu I I on h the land. R. B. HILTON. i 1 November by fLit J MEGINNI39.
t1.it J.inJ-atIlJ ---- -- I Conic. I AIB-T1GUT ASD I5PESTRUCT1B1.E.A 20.1858. 47-St
the
( eje5aly! tin- ta f rnxleraiciKian I J legally stiibli-heJ precinct RICH. SAUNDERS f I
*. the Uitl-ele that ,"".itrt'-1<, ihVitl tl.iir | Bill for lnll..r prtscribal by ll\'. on Mon- November 6. 1858. 45-tds SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly on hand

Jilr.allJ..J l ITTIIM in tu! f a t-Ute, j I Itt '.f J..nul'ry. A. I). InS!'. TlieJud (OJ-: The Lands advertised above were sold by T. J. R A\VLS Uud rlaker. SWAN & CO.'S Lotteries"TIlIUMPHANTl'
"lilii! "niint IP t-Li-i tr-'ii IIIHI "5\. ly 1ealh ; A iiliue Goolbj: : : .) CVuinVUuincttd to observe the November 20, 1858. 47

;'- II. ecni log! to t a girt .l.l It-grec as |>o%!>il:le. unity ta. }[ thin (ordtr n..\ liutle rctUI'II of at the lime appointed but the sale of the Negroes !

r of intend and fctlinc. and 1 eo"te<]Ui.in nni'y! of k ntini'tit I WIIII'a A. G M.I-.by, ) Fall the Secretary of 't.h. n" the ]law is postponed to the first .Monday in Fall Millinery. & .

and actio-i. It <'(T<-r* im adrantae: to cue lIT "t>earing to the C uit fi p January, 1859. -- -
ah
Miii or elect uf toil mote thaiiotlur*, ft other: titan! i :l rtf; that W. A. whcroof I have hereunto set my i I Capital J Prize $50,000 f
r
t'at uliich would caused to be alHx-d the MISS II. ... MERSEREAU, ..
!
ac-iiic to the N>iith<::rner in let 1 I- i i tiut t (! hound m the I great seal : -boposals _
'
in:juul principltf over ll.e i i.ltortI.t and prejudiced j tliertfttrderd., lIst said [ ] 4if Florida. lX>ne at the c.lpi-I "T"S receiving at the MW BfiiurNO, opposite the TICKETS
fjuntic wliOM \ I ) Till.ilm-M.] invite for coibrnc JL church fashionable of ONLY 10 DOLLARS !
this assortment
tilting itfiilti.te i is in aiK'thtr atrms at the l.rik'a (eu rule ) city loth ARE a tiDe of telegraph Episcopal a ..
i.her.-. 15i.', It. the 'jticli. vh, tol",") pioj-eily ('i March u.xt, then.nee.aud there 'o l A. D, 1808. Savannah Ga. via SavaoM.lt and Ou'f FALL & WINTER MILLINERY, --- ---- -
fa "U' el. tec''d I M. Railroad to Doctortown,thence via rpnE following SelK-me will be drawn S.Swan
j aid incourageti butte tl":an default \. n-oi tb. s.uoe \ : S. I'ERIY.Governor Waynearinr,I.f j which she offers CIIEAP to the Ladies of Tallahassee Jt by
'
any vthtr "I| e: < } uf I;ijrotx-rlv, we would ann, r ill ;' ff-f, de. l ;. further of Flori Ia fersonton and King's Firry to Callalian Station on the and UiitY. Co. Managers the Sparta Academy Lotteiy '

p the t-t't't.nt1Ial"| and rltujHi:, I.etause it i Ic *ff"int I j nJer be | .1.i I,,],rj ;il ice of : ViLLcricrt, Feraaodma Railroad and thence on tbe railroad to Oct. 30. fbaa. 44-tf I io each ef U.eir Single Number Lotteries for
this 'Ipt.] ia of property mole tl..11III) olJier. tluit : rl.11 State week until Secretary of State. Fenunilim-the distance by railroad about eighty DUEXBEK. 1858, at Augusta Georgia in public nuder -
i.-a -- -- --
tbeli-CjUJiCeI .u..1 luiliit\' ; not onlof the X"'rllcrn I I :an'h. Aii i ..-c< tc- 1858. 51-tde miles, ind the same bv ordinary highway ; aUo.fromPtrnandma I }the supuiDtend nceIC"mmisaK'Orl'l. .

Matte IIC tin* t'tll.f..J.-r.lI'Y. lut tt the most powerful !I iy J. IV papers copy till day 4,f election. to Cedar Key., along the line of the railroad FRESH GARDEN 8EED I I JLut 41 Draft on Xalurtluy Detmltr 8,. 18fi.

natiniuof -'Jrol.e.] are mainh ni.ihint s.intl\ Deermbri .'& 1858. --------- now in course of construction-distance about Vim 43 traits on Saturday, Jetfinbtr18C*.
I It directetL It i i. lotaiice of the f.t. tint tli- fine INSURANCE 155 miles. cr_ Dram
---- c-rcwt3. of 1858. 4ff on XalvrJay, Jtetmber-\9t 1858.
owner daily thitatrned with thepitr and ceo The poles to be yellow pine or cypress, not less Ctyu 41 J0" "
w OM Saturday, Dttanltr
/
'. I. geanee of the fanatic of the Free Mate*-.-already II Bill for AM JURISE LNSURA.\CE CO., than 5 nor more than 1 inches diameter at mall end .J--_ 25 5CVTIIZPL44N .. 1838..
'
,t't wielding a power and influence it'rf-Sbti"l.t in the Nepsvy Wiliuuis E\NSYL Y.\\L\. and to be cut square across at same end ; to be peeled GUM DROPS, OFSJNQLK NUMBERS.

t huinttrataon of our Gov .nm"'lt.; It is l-t-e.iuse .. )tJ.uh .ud."ell trimmed charred at the base and to be
of the continued r loss by Fire 01 fie: nsnil terms. placed CO yards and sunk In the least OF ALL FLAVORS
apgreit>nn the right of sLice apart ground
*
50,000 Ticket !
.
o\'nen-the North denying u* the restitution of r I WI1AI.l \ Fall F. H. }FLAGG Agent 3 feet The insulators to be of the Lerferti pattern. *

\ our piopcrty upon the impudent and nrrogmt as- IT apx[ .anng t" uii! Curt ( IS. 1868. 51 Tbe wire to be of the best quality of galvanizediron FOR COUGHS AND COLDS 5,4SRIZf81. .. ,
--- --- -
nutnplion that Me 'liaie Sh..lil that: J \.h :: i No.9. All the materials to be approved by theSuperintendent T
no right to hold the Afiiean I I Jut received at tbe DoXo STOrE cf SKTStLT Orfe fEIZB
in not to found :' the Onions &c. of TO XT2BT NWHE TICKXSTSjfloyiFicEyr
t) liondngc. It i i. bcatisitIe: Southern StntPf, i c- lie Company and the work to be EDWARD BARNARD. Ja.

without lare labor \vould l.e re-Jncid to a condition I therefore trf'ertil! 11'.1 i ,jJ. JO'l otllltC Potatoes, performed under the supervision of an Agent of theirelection. Tallahassee December IS, 185! 51 scijuBJfst -
( : at the flice, r .
of destitution and wn"te pilhnir to the 'heart Clerk'l 'I lule ) .
,I of March next tb..1 M., The line to be trimmed out TO as DAWX BACH ajtvaoiT i* DECXHBXR| ,
I every enlightened 1 t:11I'i'I aIl p.itiiot, I ant ie to from Ne* Toifi and for sale by wnenerer necessary SeedOats.
, AVe aek it a*a nititatirtof protection and d.aul tlineof, tbe *", will n. of J. MEOINNIS3. by sal at the expense of the contractor under the 1 Prix of ..$30,000 10 Ptiae.ogOtY'
I enconragement .
to thiroe in iiiodciate rircumotaiicen--the : I i U further ordi I I. that 185S. 51-6t directions of the Supervising Agent and the poles to )OO BC3HELS Seed'Ont I .... 20,000 10 .... 800''

lione and sinew of the land-\'ho, l>y la I.or, industry I be publklted) in ()5f the|, ----- -- be placed] as slaked out 'by said Agent.Proposals V Just received and for sale by I .... 10.000 1 10 .... 70 T60t

and fcotunny m.ifj>ee'

in interet-t as well as f ml.athy.II'ilh the preatpliiuiple A true copy Lc.. to the undersigned must be sent to the i-flice I December 18_, IS:!.._ 51-fit I .... 4.000X.OOO 50 .... (00SOfr-
which lie* at the foundation of Southern I J- W -0- of Messrs. Morn Brothers, Navafro & Co, No. 5 i Exchange ---- ---- -- --- SO *

wxiety, 1111.1., ..-nf iit'al' to Ih- liappincss! pro-jxritj December 25, 18( &?. FIRE 1 LWB1JCE C01IPA5T. place before the Oth of December next; and .Hard-Ware. 1.500 lot .ltft>
and of interview can be Lad at tbe' same betweenthe 10 .. 1.000 225. '
projfreM the Soutluin p.-ople. We ick it. COMPANY piece rpRACECHAINS! Planters Ste.1 Hoe. Axe. ,_ ,, 100
because iip.n the I.rl.tt of slave labor are builtup ftAETFOED CO3S. hours of 12 aDd 4 o'clock.C1IAS. Hinges Locks, Screws and Carpenters' Tools 4jnprexinnsjoi. Prw*. ..- 4
the Notce. V/AtDEN.
conhltierelfWcr| preatncg-t of the lie ; ix after Sup'LNew for fale by W.. L. DENNIS .tJ.. 4 Prizes of$400 appvo'f.( t&0.000.lriseareloQw
put lie, anti ltecacae n..tha ( $100,000,000 00. York. December 41858. 49-t f
the dow nfall of -
I thi intitntionwould I J OJrinibtrltJr.r, tbe E@u Lloyd:OcL 16, 1S5S. 4 4 $ >d- SO.000 11209
ej4t. with \tut. and (starvation M. P. ELLIS 4 33Q -. ..
IItei"l Agent 101060
I :: ruillion of 'late 4if 1..n coutHj clex-eahril land for Sale. 1toq
the civilized n'I.00t'l : ( !Jr'n throughout count 'Ul vouclitta to the Hn, .4,1858. 49 New Eats 4 225 0,700 900
OFFER for sale] the valuable U 0&
w..tJ following tracts of 4 200
4,009 .
raid and for I 800
We believe : n<
reflection, w ill opp n-c the me:isure for the 4 otiparatiTel liuilhali.u.D.c.25, 1858. 52-6 140 acres. This laud adjoins tbe Tallahassee Depot W.L.DENNIS & CO. 4 100 1,500 .. ,
) trUi.il 01 J'cton. thi.t it uiigIt l anal le sonic \ on the 1i'orth.Aa.soLots Oct. 16. 185 42 of 20 .. w
men to defraud I ---- -- -- & GOOD --.-- 6,000 prizes are .......... .....100,000
the 'r.liturt.. No human tffoitsenncVante l Nos. S. 6 and 7, of Sec 8. T 2. R 1,

I Duhonevt and world f eonvion mid tJ..ad.'rr.- 35 N and W. containing 275 at res. This land lies ou Wi ]L Dennis & Co., 5,510 Prizes amounting to.............. 000

tile, find m<*an unprincipled ot defrauding men and will imjHMiinzon through(al I I tJ IX lunntlm after date tbe I the East bank of the Ocklocknee river IIA V I. in Store' a lot of Salt Fl.i'&. Rice WHOIK TICKETS $10; HALVES |3 ; $ ",,

unwary. Objection, of greater or will; | O Ir.ror of ilicEtntc of ; leather from Aao-E I of N E i of Sec 2 $110
Iflt Buggies
f rer t-re to tilcaruicof ,.igl | l Leon. couuiy. will Top E, containing 80 acre*. or Country Prod'uce.Lh.yiJSepL trA CUttfftAK* **vtgtli4pla* &w.c a
any J.n.rl IIJ practienl I .1"'clsd Top ftnn f 80 to $100. ,acst to say ass ittirmf rfrtetUiat *
t iml'ort.n| Men( l>eCt>ine \.M.) old laws and I : v.-mlicrs UIge of 4 persona from $125 to f 160. ALSO in Gadsden county.the S E J and E | of S 25, 18mJ. 37 -ntC0--r- Uff/ -

custom, ,a well a to old vice, and they are not L Ij j ty and ask for :discharge I ed have on hand the finest and lar W i of See 35, T J, R 3, N and \V, containing 210 Certificates- ., -
, abandoned but with 1 struggle. D. C. and HARNESS ever of- Cash AdvancedMADE of Paciagies'wia WsoW at tie tuOaw
acres.ALSO rates, which. U tkonsk .
We ? I December
t 25. 1858. ; .
J. within t-hoiJd. however t I t contract cur iJta, tbe Southern country which they in Madison county S W J. See 20. and N oo COTTON shipped to om FnVu'd fa : .s

4 but the limited cotopars of our personal deal I sell at the lowest prices. W i and W 1 of N E J of See 29' Also E } of 3 York. W.L.. DENM3
'i\ ings that;Mf in a spirit of true philanthiopy.and and with i I to purchase will be supplied with E i of See 30. and W } cf S E j of See 3(7 in all Liovd Sept tS, !$. 39 4 i- 10 4lf- 4*#

the sacrificing zetl hi tlluIJ .ulrncttriz. our variety of Vehicle by addres. 560 acre, all in T 4, R 4, Salk) & JftQuart4T *0ia

citizen* of this Republ c. overlook all minor: j \T/lLLbe sold before tbe l REYNOLDS consi&rattitiswtleh ,
% may with Ja!|>er. on the first st S. C. Institute. ordvring TkksU
and eOllfe th"Jgrt'l I opposite $ec24B4NWS.c6E4ofNW4 See 25, etCtceie.e.sla M4 .
development of a the lands to the KIND with
.belonging Charleston So. Ca. E i of 8 E J, Se S3,All kt T 4, R 4, N aDd W, eon- aod.witbotJthaodl..jud money to ens addresrfof tli.>
A FLORIDIAN.MARKETS. late (.f lamit.n county 1858. 804wNotice. lining 400 acres. JrldUGALL A ftOBBT. eeipt of wnicb they will forwarded by nsna
kuow tale. November I, ISJi 45ingMateria Purchswent eaalrT*tickets ending

JAMES H Auo in Jackson county on Cbattaboocbee flYer, may oVstgnate., a 'lwauyft1grstee1-"* ..

MOBUF. n. 17.Sale of to-day. () December 25. 1 1 I about six mile above ita junction with the Flint Tbo List 6'Drain1qttinben r "and .P1i-* "
ftales. Ctt. f.O after date I ahall apply to the Ben toss fterea of neb River bottom lauds ia See J, 4, ]& cot to tbV
Middling!1@ 11| cent The sales during of Jefferson euurtty fur an or 9,10 .nd 18.la T 5, B 7.Nand W. rpHOMASTON LIMB pnrthaaer.imetod1aely Purchasers after dm n ff3T '
the week wiHpIecs. write -
-I I 8.60.and the rweipU 82,600, against Notce.SIX Court for the asIa of the CoUowint These land adjoin the laud of Caleb Blood on _L Hydraulic Cement Plaster plain, and grve 'lieir Post Q&et,rojnif ihcfrsioMMM ai4r$4tt R7T7VT -:

29.0 bale last year. The inerras at ptkrt I I.J9. la mol after g to the Estate of Samuel the West and Hugh flask on the North.RODERT Blind and Shutter Hioge. tJT R m mber that vttry Trunf y diwfls.
u
(OO. and the stock II9.tiC4ubales. aD vonchers to tbe county deceased to-wit : The 8 W GAMBLE Ja. A superior article of Blind Staples, payabIeiofuilwgboutd.duetIoe .

MoBna, Dec. 18.-Sales of cotton td-dy, 3. bate of JE'fere county as i (Section 6. Townahip 2. Range 4; The subscriber offer for sale tbo land belonging A variety vf door Locks Knobs.Bolt*.4& gAll prize. ( OOaedttKlen jadlamtdiaUly C?
O tat (( Bellamy, I the N Riot the S E 4 of See. For sal* by J.MEOINNISS. -
Wiim of the after
bales. \ to the Estate late CoL John O.Gamble the the 4ra :iig-oth r prises ai thi taaj
Middling I I.'f'nt. for : f 1, Binge 3. and 13-.I-S mere November : s
a lying
.k 20,1168.
eua a of Jefferson of 1770 47-8t timeof
; NEW county confuting a ere*, know thirty day t **
OUE. Dee. cf Cciton to-d SMITH : SEt of the S" E of Section
n.-SIC ; J 1. All
y Wa euAh.I within miltS ef
a* I lying seven the Penaeola eo uasidoatioositnetlj eiiuUe.4s1
The 4.000 bale, with a (1ul market Middling 11 J.- I December 25. 185 8. j I ) 3. all S stMrl new effect to be told the debts and Uit Sales to
C n of the *eek *; pay tract ef 240 within
a acres lying three mile S. SWAN
J1.5< ] and : B. W. EDWARDS. BUCKWHEAT'FLOUR is i @ i bags &VO4j.
07,500 ,
bE.
5ale, receipts against 67,000 Nofi.Q I .f aid Railroad] and one of do acre*, at UM bead of '
J!year: incre -e i il aod ex-officio AdmJDJtraCor. ir resiJing $ tv.Xr.a
flit all 7.0 bIe a IX months after date I navigation oa the WaciMt river; being u all 2090 Prime old Java Coffee, llacearoni
ports 6J2.500 balE' 1858.504w 4t1n'aunba'! their rdr
pt./lr.f I .
1 3 t Wl/KX( ) bales la t Tle stok jeiilrt and vouchers to ,lie acres; whtcb t wilt veil at flO per acre, ouetUni' Irish Potatoes Ooioos ie. ttme.by aseuig'5.8sneWes. *
year. cab balance in one aiuftvo
NE I Ocifti:, Diet ?8-Sslea of cot toil txiay of Jefferson couutj as admin ; Notice. yekr For sale by O.t. J..MEOISNISS. __ _
bale] of Jesse Orautbain., of sai ROBERT GAMBLED Ja, ExtV XVY. !O. 1858. 47t' .it.- ; % g-
.OOI *, I cc.it deilioe. ,
The .. (KT Tfcirtor
market is
a un NOT. .,,lc b
settled. ask for a diedianre front stud after date I shall apply to the Hoa 20V1858. 47-tf ? : f/v 5 1

NEW YOCK, Dec. !S._ aIes 1 of cotton REBECCA of J.ftVrwr ootinty. fir ao or .Ii I Tallahassee Fla. it i .- ; -
bale, with a dull market to-day J, O December *f. 1888. 62- the tale of the followi-g lands bet- .Lands'T'HE ,25 RE\VnD. i[ C?" A list'of th.Juj r'/liUt *ran. J -'

of Cbarlea W. DeWttt. late of auberiber 1 UM wbeef with,tint -
offer for .Ie! the rlaetknmrd. I gmovot iTfTHw j'riz.itsA'j .
I .
-.itfTW S V J of IK* 8 W 1 tbe j\'eA w/A/4i tract King ?} miles East of r .2- for DUI&RSEWARD the will be given OD L. ;is entitled I
OBITUARY. 1, Ran fe A; al-- t" W TaIIahase. and conUtntn WO acreX fit which abt dehIery.tisyseryaet SANDY,, } th :
41 SIX weeks from date the E who raoaway frvra my p&ntation a./ weeks .
Section .ndi.eEfftheS
title life 1; 600 araelmred. this plantation i liiar Wr "
Df'pute S\ymber. 18 S. the Probate Court of/ Wat rtJ. IIOU. lie w about 11
near low
2t
ycersof 4e
E statues
S it aiwl is
3.afl .
the Township 2, R&g.u! ; 0f-tbe moat d" Metniet.ia Cb4r
Lauderdale Middle
Mis, MAST ten of adannistratkHi bp*'II. strong. d active a- good carriage driver
'tk rring ) W.un I more or le*.' ta be told to pay Florida. For Ppl1 t. 'fiJJIu
4
in TAJ lor, lute of Jeffei (1jor' Bouu and dancer and
her 78th year. was a member th)fet I SOB < ,I . G&JIu& at Tallahauee. .. pretend to b. reiig'oos, :1 *-
3 i -4tit pac-opa! t Ctiureh for Si or 4 I! JAMES W. DWnT, AdmtV.Dcom'cr.tl ALL.ui)! rARLAN seca f.wdqs ,.bee near Goi
-!t1 December 25, IfRS. 52- ; where be Lu "if .. nIJTLF.R.
50-w "t :1) 185 .
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The Floridian .& Journal NEW GOODS- THROUGH IN 48 HOURS ECHELU1E&1 TRAINS WILLIAM P. SLUS8El Ins ln.t lI.uRID.Jt'FFER50 Fstate.. Notice..

.. ON T .KFLORA V. STTF. ot
Is published every SATURDAY by i-AT THEcs1 CCUNT' r .

TAMES s. JONES & en AS. E. DYKE '',- RAIL ROA.&e AXUFACTrREtt OF CoPrER.TlX AND SlIKTTIROX w.iD.\; 1f rs. Sheriff rr.1 /.t'lsjiittrato: !
+ SiGRE
WARE, 'VnOLEMLr D KKTAIL B *.
At Two DoLLAms per annum.ln adrance. IN TALLAHASSEE! DKALER ix PL.IN, I"A>CV>AXO J\TAX FD U- of-e.o cfJefferei-n county! deresaed l bas filed in the ProIha't -
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f6 t'omt'I'riftm "cgcetj,'

<. TERMS OF ADVERTISING.O LATEST-0---STYLES I OR MILTON & CIIATTAHOOCHEC. LEAVES FERNANDINA DAILY, i W.-nr. KIler" the* Etst ""f J,-ln B. Scottr to 1:1insol1'f'Ot
I
.square of IS linea,or lea..first insertion, $1 00 (SUNDAYS EXC} PTEnJ) { Stove Is'adQnartcrA ? U : I
-C- w, r each .obs qoent (0FrofsaatooaJaod FALL AND WINTERi U. S. Mail Line and Sa SPLENDID assortment Cooking, parlor ; rfrr., D\ft>e i* given to .ill pt'nl'flI Lacing
r BUMBMS Cards inserted at$10 per I ON arrival of Steamer from Charleston II and Wood Stoves, trimmed with neatness I chill" s'aest said Estate, to appear and Lie! the
connecting at Callahan with Stage for ,' 'ith the Judge of Prolate said
vannh. i>l
county onre
annom. sail
-0-- SeD11.-- y and durability,at reduced prices. ,
I Trader' Hill and Ccntreviil-. at Baldwin with :. the 24tl
: day January mb
Adrert'strneots suit there
marked with the Dumber of SILKS AND DELAINS t ct n
insertions will be eootioued until forbid and charged and Merinoes Cloths and Leaves Milton Tuesday's and Friday's at 10 Stage for Talabe' at Tiail Bridge with Stagefor Out 100""ol'k.. .fll be a pro-rata distribution of"the funds! helm! ginjfto

accordingly.Cy Poplins Valentias and Challie,, Domestics and Clothing.Prints o'clc cl', a. m. ; ai I SUrke with Stages fer New Roofinp. Frnl *. Guttering. Cop' said LIst,. nmorgvt the creditors thereof at
and nansville, tiaiusvill Flemington, and and Tin ., Sheet Lead which time tbe said B. W. ,,
Certificate of publication of legal or estate Ribbon and Trimmings Linseys and Flannels, I Leaves Chaltahoochce Tuesday's Satur Micanopy per Conducting Pip' Ed nolMMi will not be given until tbe adrertisine fee is Embroideries A Hosiery Blankets and Kerseys, day's after the arriral oflhf Steamer from Ooal: Zinc, Lead Pipes Patent Cistern l>umps. Shop work 'I bit fii;l discharge from the adminL-tratinn uf raid

paid. Cloak. and Mantilla, Hats and Caps I Apalachicola and the Stage from Tallahassee nvl LEAVE ot Stages Starke and('Aiily connecting(Sundays at Fcroandina exaepled ) on with ar I of ercry variety done at abort notice. / J Estata. THOMAS Judge J.CUACE.of Probate

BOOTS AND SHOES, I Fla., and Bainbridge, Ga., I SIt'amer fo SaTanoah and Charleston, on Monday, City and Country)Iflcrc-hants Juy 17. IS S.'m .

BLACKSMITHING! Carpets and Oil Cloths Iron and Nails, l.V GOOD TWO-HORSE 1JACK! I Tuesday Wednesday and Fiiday. Arc respectfully invited to give me a call befuie-p" _. ___ 'U __ __ _

Cornices and Curtains Paints and Oils, .I Aprils LINE i i. now in first-rate order. The wnole A IL COL- Sup't chasing_ elsewhere. ffg Insolvent Estate Notice.
-0- Hardware and and May 1, l88. 1811EDICAL N.B. All articles raanufactnrd from :1tr1
Cutlery Bagging Rope, t JL Stock has been renewed with new and comfor- ? th U
STATE
NOTICE is !hereby given that Crockety and Olsss-varc. Salt aud Fish able Hack The Drivers are careful, sober and ac -- --------- ---- -- best material and warranted durable. No otter arc OF FLOIUOA. JJEFFEKfcOX

r !U1TBINO BCSIINKSS -, GROCERIES AND FRUIT.A I commodatinsr. A liberal allowance of baggage allowed NOTICE. la will be offered for sale. I : COUNTY. )
_ will be continued bereto- to each -- October 201855. 4! "I AMES Vf. PEVriTT: administratorofthe Estate
of the above articles
assortment passenger.
Tore at the OLD STAND of D. C. WILSO-C, in the I general now veining 0.Dr. - -- -J of Charles W. DeWitt, late Jefferson county.tiecea .
I name, style and firm of into Store, and offering at AGENTS: J. H. M. Gardner, ,nurs, Syrups' &r. e'I. has filed in the Pr >ba'e office of Jefleraod

LOWEST CASH PRICES! At Milton JAS. A. Cmmx TTAVING located at "LLOYD." offers his PnoJL.L Otaril Brandy. Spaking! Cj.ler. U I county a written susvrttioii that he believe the E*.

H. B. Fitts & Co. FOR CASH OR ITS EQUIVALENTS : I Geneva Ala, W. D. MONB.OE rrsMONAL SERVICES to the Citizens of the place OLD Port ou\rcrt\ Juice. tate of Charles W. DeWitt to be insolvent; Therefore

Oratdul for the patronage heretofore extended them COUATICY PRODUCE, : Campbelton J. W. SMITH end the surrounding country.Oct Madeira, Bra Ty (henuics. notice i* given to all persons baring claims
1853 against said Estate to and file the tame with
Mariana W. NICHOLS 9. 41 Sherry Sar :ues. appear
better
they
are now prepared and rmineJ to -on- Cbattahoorhec. D. COL ".N.Paa --- Sparkling Gelatine Pre 'rfed Quince the Judge of Probate ft said county re the

SPARE XO PUNS I I3an.kab e Paper. engers can be taken through ith certainty, Received Flavoring Extracts l'ears, 14th day of May next when there will be a pro rata

GEORGE. SCOTT. security, and with comfort. Jut Yeast Powder Tar IrinJ. distribution of the funds belonging to said Estate
on 1h ir part to nccommodcte alli Lo tnty favor Sept 18, 1858. 33 OEO. D. FISHER Prop'r. and Con'r. IN .. cnle by the undersigned, a Spanish Olives Spis, among the creditors thereof at which time the aid

tbvoi with their patronage June 12. 1858. 21tfPLANTERS' fresh supply of DRUGS and CHEMICALS of Corn Starch, I'icl 4.Worceatershire : James W. DeTVitt will apply for his final discharge

SUCH AS State Lotteries. -- - -- -- which the following are a few- 1auce. Sal I Od, from the administration of said Estate.

Maryland 10 ozs Bebeerine. 5 Ammonia, Miutard ro, : THOS. J. CHASE. Judge cf Probate.
English Ca1
Horse Shoeing Ironing and Re. -0- I HOTEL OZ.Iu. November 13.1858.IS8m
10 Santonuie, 6 ,
Cm I
Sulphur Claret a.Al
) pairing Carriages and Buggies u\l R. FEA'ica&Co., Managers I I Chinoidioe. 10" Nit Silver, I S&LIVELY.Januaty Tax Collectors Notice. U

\ /J Plantation icorl of \ Jj OF the Maryland State Lotteries, present the following ; 11 Cinchona Sulph 10 Ext Mcn !iiI \, 5. lSC.Livery :
f description Splendid! Schemes M. Tallahassee Fla. rrmtTHE 25 2. ----- 1 ""TILL be sold before the Court liotise door iu the
every Morphi" EIltt'num. ------- --- --
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and For AUGUST 1858. I :5" 12" Cit Iron r town of Mnnticello en the first Monday of Febnnry .
11111 Irons .
repairing same, Ironing Wagons and Sal Stable.HvndersigneI
SUBSCRIBER would inform
respectfully :!O Piperine, 40 M ex Quinine next the following land to-wit: tie N W J of
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and Carts, friends and the public generally, that tbe W Section 6 4 S t F
caution Tickets to beware of I 6 5 Veratria, ins II< the S |, Township 2. Range ,
and iu fact every other discription of work made of They purcbavi above well-known HOTEL will be opened on the Stl'chnine. laricd: as the property o f L Lip,mb.and sold
ordetiog Tickets in Lotteries where extraordinary 8 Ib8 Phospate Am. 15 Sulph! Ether lice. that be has pur. i upon
Iron and Steel all of which we WAiKAtT, and pledge large Capitals are offered for email cost of Ticket s I second day August next. lIe invites the attention moutia, 60 Ib Chloroform. Ifr g lgr chased the Livery Stable t fLL lL. t,) SAtis'y the State aid County and Jtailnud taxe
oorselres to execute at the shortest notice. I of the to its and tbe S IV of the N
public the time J
oJ the Also at same place
I -all such are swindles. 10 Ib lOl Potash 30" Glycerine, (pure) William H. Newsom.in Tallahussn,toetbtrwitb
11. B. FITTS & CO. !i Tbe Maryland Lotteries bar been in existence for Facilities for their Accommodation.It 2 Rock Potash.l II good will of Ihe establishment ar-I 1 that Le is now W J. the N \VI I of S W i. Section 15, Township 1.

J ?et>.27, 1868._ --ly-_ j j Forty Years. They are drawn by A State Officer being in the immediate vicinity of the most desirable A L S O prepared to carry on the business m all its tranche. Range 4, N & E. Letted upon n*snti/v tba/picperty of

and can be relied on. If you draw a Prize rou will business portion of the city presents SOO ozs. SULPll I and promises the pcblic with good accommodations i[ Starling Gamer and to be sold to taxes due

Co-Partnership Notice. j: fet your money. The whole country ia floofed wi'h SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS QUININE l in his Hue ou reasonable term !!i iKICIIARDSAUSOr.RS. 00 it. JAMES D.fttTiILIS.
Beware of them. Warranted pure and which we oflVr low for CASE!. I, "Tnx Aseor t Collector for Jri/ron co, Fla.
Bogus Lottery
"V\7"E. tbe undersigned hare this day farmed a Coj j concerns.
to the traveler! of business or pleasure and is unsurpassed AMES & LIVELY. November 13. 158. 46
V in the State Lotteries.MAQMUCCST Sfi .
1 Partnership under the name, style Mid firm t'f tj1Order Maryland Sep.6.18 _ U -
in all its appointments for the enjoyment of -- --
31 858. -
July 31 --- -- -- -
I Notice.
PRATORIUS & CLARKE, SUIEME.
EASE AND COMFORT THE LUXURY OF
.. .. for the transaction of the Clothing and Merchant Maryland State Lottery. d P. B. BitOKAW'S. FULTON FOUNDRY, : "V JTICE U hereby given that ippltcation will 1.

Tailoring bmineu, and would reppectfully solicit a I CLASS N I GOOD LIVING. Ta ahasaoo F a. made to th. next Gn ral/A/ >senibty cf the
continuation of tlm patronage for the new firm re XT HIS TERMS are lUODERl TE. LIVERY AND SALE 11. of FloiHa fur a Charter lo/bndd a Rail ll: n\
tcired by the m JlJ btor. of it in former times. Tub* drama in Baltimore on S.turday.'agust 21 it, ISM. J STIBIES rpHE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the. some point rn the Ft Joins river at or War

JOHN PRATORIUS 12 Drawn Ballon in each Pack g<9 of 26 Ticket, C. 10W.\HD : T -LLAIASSEE. FLORIDA. JL public that they hare associated tLemselres in Harner to some p>iLt on Indian Hirer.Peptemlxr .

k ASA B. CLARKE. t 1 Grand l'rlzo or I'rizo...or-----......$0,0011 lO.o'o I"1 I'rize or...........f2.00I 2,000 July 31. 1S58.=____ I-f_._ _ 1"IE Proprietor would in- business under the name and style of -.-' 18._1858._. _5S-3nr ___

October 14. ((23)) 188.43 1 ...... .... tI.nno 1" ..... 2,00' bis friends and the Cardy nay & Co. j' Notice.SIX
1 ..... ... :1.0.11 1. .... 2.000 JOST&MEL, I public, that he baa rebuilt his._ j' .
1 .......... :1,4100 211l'riz..s or.... t.J, trade 1 month from the Ert of tLis ,
for the of following the (F l1ltllHI'and m tice.
Brick at the old stand is publication
NEW COODS. I t ........ IIM', 2U" ... .. COMMISSION arge Stabltl. ane now purpose ,
1 .'"....... :1.(100 211" .... .. 3) I MERCHANTS prepared to accommodate his frit'cdl customerslie I Machinists,and are prepared to execute all kinds of undersigned& Executrix uf the last Will| afilt"|
Cloths Cassimers, Vf si ings, Clothing andGents' 1 .. ........ 6,1100 1-:1" .... 400 Gl I'oydras Street, also has attached to his Stables a good Blacksmith I work appertaining to this bu!ine!!. Steam Emjne: I tv tnment' f Da*,icl L. II>uk, decease,Ute uf von
till, I 1 ......... :.HOII Gt .... 1110 I where furnished to order and warranted: t) give ati'faction. I nnry. will present her 5nil al'l'l'unt to the JutTge
Shop be have have done all kind,of
and Goods ....... Gel" .... w wi
1 3.10)0
,,: ( Youths'furnishing I 1 ......... .OtI\J 66" -.' .. S W) I, OBE.NS. Plantation work shoeing ,and Carriage woik in I Sugar Mills and Castings of a'l kinds male with of Probate 0 aid county. and ask to be Kthj .d.'I
OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOX.I I 1 .. ...... i.IMIII 4.1'J ..... SI) -- the beat manner and with promptness and di,. neatness and dispatch. 1'lansandestimates I furnishedof j SUSANN.UI IJOUCK, :'.
-- .-. -- -- t .......... :1.001I j.HO .... 11..68(1s161.rizf1l..moanting I REFER TO patch.very all kinds of Machinery and Engineering.; They 'I.I .Julf 3.. ).r>3. 276mI
:t SUBSCRIBERS are now recemn; at the 1&$001.000 t Messrs. Thomas J Perkins ii.Co, Tallahassee, Flu.. Novembers, 1853. 44 Are also sole agents for heard it S.ns Steam Engines -- -

i TI'HE STAND formerly occupied by JOHX PKAToairs. Ticktu $10 Halve t\ Quarter |J0, Eighth (1 l.23. I. R. Harris it Co., Quinoy!, 'I --- -- -- --- ---- for Ginning Cotton Grinding and Sawing, and Har I Notice.SIX .
a large and) well selected stock of ('.rtill aLt ot Pa<-V.ge i(26N hol.- ...........(154.00 I Dcnham .Palmer, JJontioHo, Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, rison's Griat Mills fir steam or horse powir..TOSEI'll months after the first p.Micitmn If ibis no.
do. do.! 26 Haltrs............. 7 .tO Beard t Denham St. Mark*. I .
............ < CABbY, tli-niMlt-i-sifTje-l aJnuiiistratiis uf theE
do. do. 26
FALL WINTER\ GLOHN6\ do. do 26 Eighths Quarters........... 89.50 19.75 Mr. James Filor Key Wt'lf. For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. WILLIAM BAYA, tate <>f n..tcler Whi.akf. tl tic.a:>e\l, late <>f Leo)
::1Gl I Messr McNaught d Ormc.n Atlanta, Ceo.i1 Subscriber just received a JOHN CARDY. U county, will present her filial account to the Judge of

HAVANA PLAN. J. N. )l d Thomasillc, -- TIE large supply of Carriage, May 30, 67. -?-ly Probate, fail county, an I ask t.. be dtcharge
FOR MENS' AND YOUTHS' 14 1858. .
August S -- SARAh WIIITAKER. Admt'x.Sept. .
33-ly --- ---
!
and Harness which
I Buggies, he offers 1
--- .
KI togejht-r with a full af"ortment of Shirts! Collars, -------- --- --- f sale the most reasonable terms.November E'i'NAINSURANd'E 11. t)5.'t.6'1':
77i
; tiLe oJ mode
i of -arnllg.-Przea in Nil < o - -
Craratii. Ties Gloves. Cotton and Merino i Hose, I Wheel and Titktlt in I17wtll .-Ecery Prize uJtrairn I Atlantic Telegraph Cable. 18, 1854. 46. : Notice.SIX
} ilk, Cotton aud Merino Undei shirt*. Drawer;, tic. CONPANY .
I o'lt. --- o-- NEW I m"nth aHrr the first puWiot <-f iLls nt
.11 1 1Ol -ALSO- t KIZEII rAT.LBLL: 1:01 nu. 'ITBotT .iay KDVCTlvlf. the CARIAGE.SHOP. I OF ILIR TFORD.
A piece of A1anticTelcgrui1e Cube r I'HE the umlvr'igned adutiuiittratris i>f the K:*ati .
A fine assortment of black and colored Cloth. C.isrimers j ; : citi I ..
Maryland State Lottery. CAN BE ( AT THE STOLE OK I JL Zeus of Tallahassee and vincimtr, that he -+ I >f Rer.Ji.l.n W ulq Khodcs. decnnl late f J frrson
and Veetinga, which they are prepared to
ia Charter willrssiiit h.r fiiul ixlfrouchcrs
Incorporated IS19.- rUflrlnll.0 nxiutr aefount
in this
manufacture to order iu the best and moat EXTAR CLASS 9, MYERS & GOR IAN.0 opened a carriage shop place joining to the Judge of ProUtte vf said county, inu

Ol LIe stjle, and at the shortest notice. Terms r..thiona.'I'I To be drawn\ Baltimore Md.,Saturday, Aug. SSth, 1S53. roka w's Livery Stables, CASH CAPITA.,SIOOOOOO. U ask fur a discharge.

.bl A liberal discount for cash.PRATORIUS. A CJ 20( .165 Prize t 40,000 Ticketa I -- in the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groncr LALRIXDA RHODE*. AJwTx.Afontirello .

\Ve would call particular attention to the following NEW GOODS-NEW GOODS. where he is prepared to do all Kinds of work in his INSURE AGAINST IX SH AND DAM.VOE nr r:BE, I ,. Sopt. 4. 1S18. 3-r.rnI
i The undersigned would rep -ctfully request his ONTHtM AI>AI'rF.I' TO Tilt ll.ZAir', -- -
former customers to come forward at liS early a day I splendid wLence, a {package of 1CvMe tickets II Hue at the shortest notice and on the most AM> CONSISTENT WITH Tin:1.\\\ Notice.
est as possible and settle their did account. I costing only fbO-aiul every other ticket being WATCHES. CLO1K8. REASONABLE TERMS, OF l'O ':,!.TIOX.n. I
up
rllA.TORIUS.I I warranted to draw $10, dvteniaued by the r.umber i C. Li\VIS Arn SIX M.-niL after the fir-t p[ iUicati t.o c.r thi* JIB-
r JOHN drawing the Capital Prize, whether odj or j Jeicclry, Surer Uart and Fancy Goods. such as carriage painting and (trimming; making new and !jI I: ., tie cndf .igiitd will present LL final IIC'
October 23. 1858. 43 and nnd all kinds For T.illah.ii'se ricinity. ,. ..
even. busies wagons of repairing.The c <:nt ui>d Touchers a* admiuitrat f the Estate
J ar -viriv'coon; I:\\ GOOns. I SPLEXDID 0.CfllIE.I j I UNDERSIGNED----0ffl -are nuw--receiving a large undersigned i' prepared to do this kind of I -August--- 15._1S.VI._ S3_ ._ ; .-f llionM H. veritt. deceased late of Leon county,/

-- work as in the latest style, as it be and ask fur
Prizetlr..iJ5OOO 4 .roximat'nt9..t200 JL and well selected stock of well\utl cad { Florida a dialLarge.JESSE
0'J WEBER & DANNHEIMER, 1 ...... 111.1100 4 ... 100 done at Reports. AVCRITT. Fxt'r.Oil. .
/ 1 .. ....... .. :,O" ... .'.0 I Wnlchrs, CVV/, Jcicclry fiilrcr and Pld'.edVttre Al those who hare this kind of work to do, and I /COMPLETE in 6 rolumes.J e. 1833. 40CniNotice.
MERCHANT TAILORS ...... ...
4
1
2,110I 60 \ Fancy Goods done in --
1 ,t'oi) < 60 wt a manner that wi not fail to give \ McDOUGAlLAKODDY.S
ASH DIALEtS IX I : :::::::::: i eo. I ('onst: tiu of I. satisfaction, "ti M do well to on 5, 1857. 3C -

5i READ Y-3fADC CLOTI1IXG I 1 .M ...... 1.'5jf s M Gent fine Gold Siirer: Patci Lever WM. KUHX3. - L IX Months aft i'rdatc. 1 dull present my fInal
..... .. hinting
A'iD 1 1 ...... 8 ... .0t 'I Watches, nol July 10. 1853. 23RICHADSON'S t 'zD1acksmith and ch >O account snail viiticLets to tile ll,n.Judgf nf I'rcv
rot ........ 1.1101 Genls fine ,ih' Anchor antI bate of Jtir'r.a iuntv n* adininistuator! <>f the I>>
GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, 1 ** ....... S ... 60 I Ladi-s fine Gold(aiwl l.pineV.tdlc Anchor !p horse Shoeiity I.ttaUtxIiMtnt.J tate of ANN BAILEY'.Lite: sfsaij] Coiintr.dccoasM.
Hunting
II 1 ....... .. I SUBSCRIBER leave to ,inform the < k fur
TALLAHASSEEFLA. i U .. rplIE begs anti a a .h.durll" front sail wlntitiistrution.
VtT 1 fc ... .... ( Dial
Sleft 50 open JL .
I citizens Tallahaooee uad that hENRY
i vicinity | JAMES F. CARTER Ad-nt'r.
- 100 I
leo are 10.000 Elegant sets of Florentine Mosaic Paintiue C meo :B jJ
I. *TIIE JL SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving 8 ','00 :::::::: :: 10 are ::::::::::::::::::.:uorwwhere; I Lava, Cord and Gold stone, Cents fine GuM and DIAPER *cf I HICKS will carry on theBLACKSMITH Oct. SO. 1858 41fimNotice.

Chi-' their Store next to R. II. Berry's atjil'I TCliole: TUkeU 110 n.hes l |0, Quarters |2.SO Silver Fob chains Guard and Vest chains Ladies fine I CONSUMERS of RicH-1'8' Li****. and those r BUSINESS -- -

Ha' Room, a well selected Stock( FALL A Manapcn'Ct'nin..alt'll ParLagi 6 Wholes I Chatalnin chain. Ladies fine Gold Coral i Jet Bracelets \J desirous of r.U-"nS the genuine goods, should f .
TER GOODS suitable forGESTLEME.VS' Person wish tu pay the only, wilt be cent f ur........1100 Gold and Enameled. Pius anti Ear GentsBosom that -rUcles they purchase are scaled withIII i in all its various branches, andis prepared to execute I Month after date I shall present mr Lash
Rings,
PoUt dX do. 16IIides. do......... see I SIX
I 40 I t.- I
all orders ;
WEAR, Pin Gold! *+u of the firm, with neatness and ilii'jtaUli.. His work and vouchers to the Honorable Jo-lg
d.) do. 16QnarUT, d<)... .. .. JO Guard Fob and Badge Keys, Fine j ,
I' COD i.ling in pnrl of French and English Cloths Cat do. do. 16 Eights, Jo... ...... 10 ,I Gold Pens and Clles. a large aSIOrtmeltI* f f I KICIIAKIfeOX, SONS & OWDEN, will be warranted to be equal to that f>f any other of Probate Jeflerfrou county, a. adaiiniofratni .f

0. eimercs and % etings of the latent st>Ie and b?,t qual. Gold anti Silver Spectacle. Gold and (V-f 1l a i as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of tbeI Blacksmith here or elsewhere and wi:1! gm-raiitee ,U the IVtiite ofjesae GrjMlham late vf ,aid county _ _
is ity which they are prepared to make up to order in The Managers Lire been compelled from the numerous cc,. Gold r.Hthand Ear Pie>'* Slides, .IJ1 I I Good satisfaction in every JOB. deceased, and ask for n eliO'IIlrlC' froni .ai tl l ailmin-

a workman like and fashionable manner and on REAOSABLE complaint made to them of unfaithfulness! Buckles. Seals Locketoanns, Gold and I This caution is rendered essentially as HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironing iatraiun. REBECCA GRAN1IIAM, Adra'x.

In I : T 1U11L AI.OO a g>N-d nsgottau-ut of on the part of those ho have bren attending to the Thimbles Sl t.. Buttons and Studs, Fine Gold large quantities of inferior anti detective necessary Linen are n) all Vehicle, plantation work, and all other ,1 Oct. :O. 1S5. 416N ,_ .
filling of ol'f'eNl.' to the bu.i. -n'rt- I'ir'h branches to Lie business ---- -- -
READY-MADE CLOTHING i resume correspondence Hill > Diamod Ruby, Opal and prepared wason after season and sealed with the appertaining
\ nrssand in their own name. Plain and Misses will receive careful and atteu ti e.
Ring, prompt
consisting nf Fine Black and Colored Cl.fk Frock i Stt. Chl Rngl name of Rithardfon, by Irish Houses, who regardless
Tot? Coat. Far.cy Ca!*imrrc Buninees Coats, Black und J2T" Order Ticket from the 3linazerf oh A**Uj-'; plain eet?. of the injury thus inflicted alike on the American tion. R. H. BERRY. U SIX months after date. I. .i. administrator of the

1 Colored RatrUnt and Ovn Coats, Black and Fancy I Address all letters to li. FR *Baltimore** Md. SILVER WARE : consumer nnd the manufacturers of the geouaie; Goods F.b. 13, 18Mt Agent. I tatea vf Richard R.Cole anti Caroline O. Coif.

Dotskin aud Cswirncrc Pants Figured Grenadine 10-ly Plain aud Tllreadc Table Sp.on< and Forks, will not readily abandun a business 1 profitable, -- Zinc White -- late J.Ird"'oD county Florida dcccasol. I shall _ _
March
1'..: and Far T Silk'! and Ca-,iinerVtc.. 1 6,185" _.____._____h Desert while purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a Pure ,. i! present u.y final recounts with the sail Estates tit
"I a Tes"Sugar worthless character.J. i I the Hon. Court of Probate of Mid county end ak

Hi* --ALSO- *. I NEW GOODS.IIEAPGUUIIS.. Spoons Mustard and Salt BULLOCKE t J. B. LOCKE Agents. (GROUND in prepared L1XSERD OIL ) the said c*, irt for a iJi chan?" from my a A good asfeirtmeut of black and eilk
fancy
Spn ASA MAT
Nf! and tie. shirts merino silk and cotton -tKter shirts ---0- Soup Ladles. Pie KnivesCake do., and 36 Church St., New York. I "TE hare just rcccired a fresh supply of thif new dwreo cording to 'hw.47-Cm :

collars, nocks fclove &e fruit loire*. Sept. 18, 18\8. 38-ly and beAutiful White dire-t from the manu -November 20.1853. -- _

S The snlcriUra<-* +w f beginners and not entirely Silver Napkin Rings, Silver Card Cases Pore -- ---- -- ----- --- factory IIn.1 offer it to the puMic with mOlt perfect : Nite.LL ; .

J niAnP ****o the community aud they pledge Monaies and Tweters. Silver Cup and Guletl Valuable PlantationFOR confidence as possessing all the fnailies! which render I indebted to tbe administrator of the
7; 11MP41fl elrc. to give tisfaction w nil who may favor J a paint most desirable, viz: Its incomparable \ persons
: -'them with their patronage. I Beautiful PLATED : SALE brilliancy of Color,frtedmn from aU}\pvitorom ytialities I XX late Care OoJboM. are b Castors, Caken.kt't. of
bi9' J. WEBER, I AM now receiving my large and carefully selrc- PI"te -nevtr itijuri-ny tit health of tbe workmen or I immediately sad settle at tbe office
I Candle Sticks und the of bringing their joint interest P. AMAKER.
ted STOCKS of FALL and Waitr IpOR purpose inmates of A.
WINTER
ote -_ L. DA NJlEIIER.OcL I GOODS D. 1 Guns, Game Bag', "*der Flasks, Shot a close, the undersigned offers for sale their newly painted apartmt'nts-ils durability I Oct.ber3lSIS. 43
embracing every quality and tyle.SILKS in the most exposed situations and its great nperi- I ___
16. 1858. 42 Pouches C"pi. Wads and Wire Cartridges.FINE Planttion. known as YEBDURA, situated about nine -- '
V I : CCTLLILT-Table and Desert Kuire. with it mi..s ; i>f Tallahassee_ nnd lying between the ority to White Lead in all the various uses to which For Sale.:
1'VGOODS----- the latter has heretofore been For sale
X applied. by
I Silk Robes Litix, {'Striped d'L-ir. without Turks Rodgers on."riol. WE are now receiviig a lar o mid carefully .elect I I Volnnte, [Plaid A Plain CoFd Silks Rodders & Woatenholmea Razors A SiSs fire '. o road and containing AMES & LIVELY. TilE at Centreville. It is 1U horse power

tt'tl l Stock o f G GROCERIES and Fall and t I. a Quill., Double Skirt Fine China Goods, Paper MacLe Go. : 920 acres, or there abuuts-500 of which are April 3, 1853. 14 U Engine with a superior Grist Mill attached Altt. U

Whiter DRY GOODS embracing every style and I" Flounce I, l'k Silks of erery quality. ,.luC"ulInstrmrts: cleared. The lands are a good a any in the coon "MILES -NASH- -- &. co' --' t I a circular Saw and all the necessary "llIniog.nd ptuhen. :-
raIIIltt wanted in this markeLGROCERIES. the location the water the best this ,
quality usually Flubs and Marceiline Silks. Guitars, Accordeons, try bealtl.anJ I It is of Bentley't make anti warranted to be

fLAs &c. Worsted Goods : Violnl.. Futel.Banjos Tambrinef.&e side of the mountins the premises is a Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. I inferior to no Engine in tbe Southern country. Terms

Orlj"n", I Rio ami Java Coffees I Mats Boards Canes GOOD BRICK DWELLING, I R.C. WILL AIlS. -
easy.
Walking ,
I T.bl. Backgammon
Cashmere and Delain Robes Laise.I' received from New Yank bark R.II.Gam-
{ Potatoes. Cmckcd Granulated A a Volante, HoBe Bell. Japanned iters. Feather Dusters, three stories high and containing thirteen lar rooms. JUST a general assortment of per articles in our line, Oct. 23. 853. 43 _
--------
Currant, Brown Su Paint Boxes, China Setts for Children Tackle The out booses of and built t
2si I ar. C 0 double Skiit Fishing are Bnc1. mo such as Oils of almost! kind Burning FluifVhite LandSare
.
lUioo Bacon also sell with the every
SUes clear nnd Perfumery, Ac..Ac. substantial manr. place, _
Blnck are 1'II aivl Challie \ Lead Zinc and other Window Gla.s of
Dried Applra, ribbed. -ALSO- Corn, Fodder, 50 head of stock cattle,the same Dumber paints virtue of a decree cf bi. Hon. J. Wayle Ba
np! Citron. A&. Sugar Cured Hams, Poplin and Merinoe, 3 or Stereoscopes with beautiful Painting, of hogs, with a few blooded cattle of the Durham beat quality Putty.Brushes Potash Soda.Sparkling BY Judge of the Middle Circuit of Florida
b ihd colored Casljneres and Dtlaii.s 4 GelatlDe.London Mustard French Brandy best,)
' English Dairy Cheese, I' Pork, Lard Ao, I Scotch Plaids (ursula by MYERS A GORMAN.N. breed. medicinal (very I I rendered in the cause Thompson and Wife versus
Spices,
WI Goshen Butter, B. A liberal deduction for CA H. Tuxs-Oc third cash, the balance o a credit of purpwj Pepper. Ixfnon Syrup t Arrah Hopkins, Administrator de bonia non of the
and I Inks,Quipincfcif'.ty Bark Fluid Extract Buchn
Bombasines >n
together with Colgate Pale Slop iu hf. A qr. Boxes I Iu.so Alllllcn'a Detains at all prices. Sept.25.l858. 39 j 1, :ea"the purchaser giving notes drawing &a. i(., and a general assortment of Popolar Patent I Estate of Zaehariah Jel kins deceased,the bidder undersigned IT
. 8 per cent. with two good securities and U wi.I offer at public sale to the highest
Medicines. We but the best and
I Sundries : Notice.ALl. with mortgage on the property. Persona wishing to keep none rerjr CASH on the first Monday in January next, before

Se"mi A small but complete assortment of gnotll..iqnure.! I Engli..b Crapes, Belt and Trim. baring claims against the Estate of purchase, will please apply to either of us.T.B.CHA1RES. hope to merit your patronage.MILES NASTI A CO. tbe Court-home door in the city of Tallabaasee the _ _
persons J N.C.'..
embraeinfr. Wines. Bmrulit, Gas, (Holland and lowing described ., b.1ungiog to
W. Philipy.) Monongabala Whiskey Cider, London Porter i, Black u Silk.. \'elnt._ a Rilslx.na IBonnet cord Ilibbun Silk Felkl deceased d. late of Leon cnunty. C. CHA1RES., j March 29, 1S:C 18'. and lying in the county of Leon,.lo-wit:"Z E | taw I
Fringes. notified them to the administrator PWEL -- --- -- -
;ia- and JeQiHfs Sparkling Ale;Ac,:. Ladit'JI"0 Dte Kid Gloves. are within&present the time prescribed undersigned by law, or Oct 2. 1868. ,o3m --BOOKBINDING.'f j i. or Section 1 6, in Township oC F.sngs.HOPKINS.! N A E,

80 38-100 acres. A. _
-DR Y GOODS- Velvet TriRlmin, TatleU Button containing
Sit they will b bare; and all those indebted are re UNDERSIGNED !i AdminisL ator de boni Don
Kerseys, Osnaburgs.Georgia Plains. Wool and mixdJjuaeys Silk it Worsted fl1onnBl'k: eol'd Dress Buttons. quested to payment immediately.JAMES New Books. IS NOW

tic-. Blankets Ac Mus de Lames, Cambric French Eugenic and R. RIY..L"'SJE NOTIONS. I mak J. BARNES, Admt'r. "" OW receiving a large stock of Nxw JL PREPARED WITH Tallahassee. Nor. 37. 1838., 48---

*. Cashmeres Silks. &!. Tweeds aDd Corsets I I November 6. 1858. 48-8w 1> BOOKS, including all the recent TOOLS AND ,Jflfij) MAT EIAISFO i Slaster's Sale.

a Kentucky Jeans Edgings and Inserting Hoops Skirts: -- --- --- publications,both English and Ameri a'decree in Leon Circuit _
{ gc5E2r BIJ.DI.Va J virtue Chancery
I Notice.SIX R BOOK .
*, American A French Print.a.AJ Crown nUIt1e8. Coronation Skirts can, boD in every variety of -t.le I BY ,in a certain cause. wherein Jobo Martinis

VIr t. xxceLtrar AssoBTUxxr or Extension Steel Skirts Cnl'lelli Balrn.ral Skirts months sifter date, I tlrall present my final ac- Superb binding aol a large in all iU branches. and solicits the patronige of the i complainant and William Kuhns and Sophia, bra

ffttl GenIi Bunts and Shoe, CruvelIi ClailJa and Yiuee. and voucher t the Uoo. Jude of Probate Bibles and Prayers. McDOUGALL citizeus Tallahassee and surrounding country. His U wife are defendant, I will expo for sale to tbehighevt ,
'4 1101.10 'Ii Jefferson county a administrator of tbe Estate of November ft, 1858. 4Sttonery. Shop i is iu the Buck office formerly occupied by Dr.. bidder fur ntb.before the Court-bon door

1- tW Misses and Children Shoes and Boots :Mantles and Cloaks : B. Lo b, lat of lid county deceased, and ask for a Call opposite the Episcopal Church. Il. ia'a practical I" in tbe city Tallabafsee, on lit day of _ _

r ,I .-.. oftvrry Und arid quality. Plush Tahriss. iCotored Cloaks discharge from said adminitatio. Binder, and ferla sure that be can do work. as I I January. 1859. the following Saturda1the ,with the

:* Clothing and Gents Dress Goods. Moir Antique and Velvet1 anti cot'J Raglans, E E Adult'r. JUST including er- well and as cheap aa it can be done FINDEISEN.elseirbere.CHARLES I I I improvement thrreonr Lot N. Z91, in the original _

er., Msntlesi Zeph.r Worsted Mantles November 13, 1858 46-6m variety Letter. Legal Cap Bill I plan of the city of Tallahdwe
P-iuU- Cloth Doe Skiu CiSsimere and -- ---- Not Cap 1858. [ '
Tweeds Cloth July.E. E.l.Pl: I
ftij' 1 I T.Im. I and Folio Pt Ladies and Commercial IU COUNCIL A.DRY AN'. Spcdil Mastc Ac.
C'ats- do.do.; do. do. Laces and Embroideries Notice. .a _ _
: white and
Verta do. Plain. Scotch Satin and Silk Not .ir colors every CHEAP GROCERIES I -

. Uodershirts- .ooes Lambs Wool Silk A Cvtton y alenel'D 4t'' -eena-, '. ''Ml rniog CU'IE. .Sleeves OIX montlis from the first publication of this no style a si Envelopes to luit I H----T--: -- _
Linen Boown Shirts, Calico and Cotton Shirts Sleeyt Emb'd .M O tice, the undersigned executrix of the last Will McDOUGAL& HOBBY THE SUBSCRIBER on and after thel.t October!''
Maltese Collars A Sleeves English aol French Bin.Ilcoituti and of November 6. 1858. will confine birnftuEzclnaicely to the
: Pure Flax Marseille and Linen Shirt Bosoms testament the late Henry, Saxon, dvct. I TS hereby grreo,that tb.eutjscn'bcrWidow cf JobaJL
-
Crarats-Plain, black and fancy Silk. LroideriH will present her final account and voub f AUCTION COXJflSSlOA' B l/81NESSape. Williams, late of Jffer-w :omty, dee a* d.wJU .
Marseilles ." White and colored Dimitl Judge of Probate of Leon and ask to be dis- Just: Received ; the.1I
HATS 4. CAPS. aaJ3? Linen a Banda. eoonty. when his best talent will be used to promote the aiz week after date bere t *4>ply.V

A food asanrtmeot enlleoit ia'A bo.laat.t Jea. missed. ELIZABETH SAXON Ext'r. flERbrigSAMPSON from New York and 'per nterest of tboe entrusting property to its ebarj Judzn of Probate cf ail eonoU bj peUlsnfu'D"- _
,
SADDLERY. CUTLERY Jx, tt., Fall & Winter Clothing November 18, IS58.; 4C- m JL steamer GALVESTON from New Orleans: He now offers his present STOCK at reduced pri- cnn tb. Estate CATHARINE of her deceased WILLIAMS.Mband.a AdS's.Deeeunber4l8S eordinfc.

Fresh do. ces to close. R. H. 1"Eft.R Y. to law.
:
Superfine
AU vf wbicb we offut for sale at price IG'eorre Notice.DARTIEd Bukwbet I $. 45-4w
.uond with the deficient and sandy eooditiou of the V.* HATS CAPS GOb BnUo. Era Re-boiled j I Auction and Commission Merchant -__ _
GO Crop.. Rpectfully, i '5.- JBOOTSAUD,SHOES. JL who may bare NEOROE MEN No. 1 Mackerel in kilts, Sides and Shut' 3p -1.1811. 16 -

)McNAUGHT ORMOSD A CO. ', Stapi and Plantation Goods and BOYS tohire4iiringtheeosoicgyer: > English DI C den; i Ii otice.
: might find it to advantage to address thesubscriber Estate
Fla tbe Citron Sugar cured Hams | Seed Seed Seed ona baring demands ,r.io ltb
: Newport,. Oct. J, 1858. 40 j Blanket .. per
Print
> ,
at ALL
Tulkhaiste.ROBCRT Planta' Extra Floor, Bagging and Rope. W. Stephen, late oT JeS.r oii eoo4-
: : ;TM Sale 'ti' Plantation Kersej Gingrama. GAMBLE, Jr. CA RELi & } WEL I FOR FALL PLANTING. ty deceased, are reqoe te4 to render them a propw
L Georgia : Plantation Russet, teembr 4,1858. < -4 wSae' S..1858. 4ft I' iadcUed r UJ to make
oYmbr UTABAGA [ Green taxed Drumhead -I. Ij attested; those are qw _
(i' "FIRST MOXDA Y JANUARY 1859.Tirtoe Lsuiiaoi Apron Checks ,
w 1-
*
-- ; tc. WIthout delay. ,
I: .:: By of a decree in: Chancery in Lean Cir Blue Demit-. Tweed*.Jeans Satinet, & Kt'nCbockt.1. of Negroes. coa( Liver oil. Flat Red Dutch Top Turnip Turnip., j|f Cabbage I payment U )4UOARETANNEAZAJI15 '!
Stripe,
Court in a c ita oCll wherein SLitthew melt of Probate of ] fl : I Deumber 4. IUS. 49"w'ToSell .
e. Leon
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., 400r In the city TMUliqstee,oo the first Monday Flannel Hollow- Ware, I city Tallahassee,oo UM first, Monday Jauaz7 -: For'Sale _4 T known w J ff' ..ty,fII..t.ainiDf abort IfO

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HUGH ARCHER, ) I Ageut.18IB. .
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