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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: January 1, 1859
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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BY JONES & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLA, JANUARY 1 ,S,1ij t J:21-! 1'a XI..NO. I. .


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u_-- ---- --- -------- --- ---- -- i IPiaOOEEDIIMQS.UEDNESDAY. (erred a bill)! to be entit: ed nn act explanatory: of an act to amend'nn .

if prl1friiionnl [nrti. I I I i rofr!icnal: nub pasinrssRECENT L orbs. I A. GALLIE, I, HOUSE I act to i incorporate the town of Jacksonville, having had the same'
-p-t i under consideration, have instructed mo to report the name back toI
= -' --- I IMiLES -- -- -- --- i : I: Decemler'.9th! ISoS. I I the (House, and recommend that said bill do (not pass, inasmuch ea'

a co. 1-- I f"iiWrISIOXS said bill have been into a bill -
NASH I ANni PRY GOO; ) I f i for objects} sought by incorporated _
't 9 The House met pursuant to adjournment quorum present.The ,! already favoraWy reported upon from said committee.

VC\Lldt51f i i IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. I .\\II Ui-v. Mr. Ur.iin-h otliciiteii as cbn i ain. j i I Respectfully submitted',

-.S, e&fe PA IMS, :' i GUOrl/UDS IS'E :..lfJ.i I On motion of Mr. Robinson, the reading of the journal ofyesferdav's 1!! W. C. MALONEY, Chairman.

.cferi \''DR. LC W I S i' proceedings was iH-penscd, with.! i Which was read and the bill placed among the orders of o. d..f'.'

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ru.i':, '. and the ptiUi leeent mil iuiih.itant! diM-iiVery of the apt''hta' A. GALLIC tome future (I.'J."Il : t the following report :
tiouofll.e. \ I Taxation and Re\enur. to r'bon wag referred
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1.1 I & giiinl: .l viitiiiftit flU8pi Jh'1 r. GOIIrri' : The Committee on
1 ,.at. tii t1 .-ii,' line .-f ttufiiieth ELEr*:o MAGNETIC MAC1I1SC I VARIETY CASH STORE ,.,' Lill to give to Tavlor l anJ Laf.nette counties cam, a Ile1)resetl- i the petition of the inhabitants of the county of Brevard, in relation
i n.1' 'I. f.ial. sap.pla.*. The j Ly irliich me:.'* a ctirr.nt ..f-l-cirieity ill! passel IS Li nvipi of a Lrjr and extiiwire a'soitiniut efDKT tative in the General :Ysstmbly.lv to l large herds of Cattle being driven from other! counties into'
+ I tLnrngh Ilie u4\\ at the time of extr ; I ,
erma rtjnj Jlmh GOO, HAKU WAUF, have ]had the under their consideration( and they
Tala. .4ZE 11.1h. ; cite a local) Amy thevia. and '0 avt-iiN the! oe of Mr. Campbell! : said count, same
:_, ,_ :__ ; CIlL'i\ur013f\ OK ETHER. tI i I KEAIJI hJlt.C".HI1lm.Low! WIRE, j A' l 1,111 to extend the jurisdiction of Justices of the PttCOC I tLf3Statr. : deem{ it unwise to legislate i upon such matteis.
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II. Nash I II
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,Arrlaa Cta P& .:tilEsrl'tlJ:nTl'-ESIJ 11r f-Ij.F.. Ail! r-" >. ih.it. tl.-y veritiKe\ litlle orl ll.kf AND SllOU ClTLrBV.i : M'I Hit-hard-on intro.lurtd, in arconlance "ill previous notice, abill i Which was read.On .
TiLl..t11A .l.","lIl'otc..T.OVFI ',is in t ti.! ...I ii t 'i.li.U I i a-R.OCEB.IES : to IK tntUlenl nn art to compel 1 Railroad Companies to (pay for i motion of air (Heennans: the consideration of naal: report was

:F. wi'1 ;. .,-.lf1..iICi Jit.l: l t'aloCtLeq. 141> 1C.- 1 !8-Tin stick killed their! roads. ti'stil .
.. f i KftAWU. I Yti Its. I 1.\Iou | I IWTtRClD K, : All rate! or other lies I upon respective postponed tomorrow.Me
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1 I'Kt: COH'I.IJ1 i KKY \\ Inch was pLtred l among the order H the day. Bi--el;! front a dt Committee, mad.i the following report
ratty I' t55.
-- -- -- r't-- ------- --- -- I B.A.lvjHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE A f,w bundled. bn-heN! Canada OATS. 15 1'aeUa.r-- I :1r. l Knaii pr.-e-ited i pe itii'i! of I. I U. barbs and two others, A ijorty of the ScLct Committee: whom was referred a bill-;
lka4. tu.i .t j.t..s.tJ J.ow by the 1'ackge. 1 Iw entitled n act to amend t1 act entitled act (trading with the Indians, beg leave respectfully
JJ En !tf'.i !. 1t's) I t' J; I :.' in; thai the bill t.i I: I to repeal nit to prevent
Noveiubtr I 13: II'0*. 4i) I
I Pan 12th
February
1- act I" incorjHirate the town of (Quincy, approved : ta
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Drs. Robertson & Bond 1 lf*;7, do not pass ; ; REPORT.
\\.IXI.f..I. .. ..: .i'" i '1'- I..Itf'I' A SA.' Asa BCEZ BCKEDT rodwcPLMS 1111i 1 1 11"11111' 1 ; Which was read, l\ll.1! on In..tinn of Mr. F entn, referred to the

I it* ir |r......!.4: ...ii'1( ,' '" \ii.-1-. he- .-,1'I i A Gift with every Bock i cnaimi'tee: tu whom was referred! tail 1 bill. i flat they have given to the consideration of tin- subject tee attention
''I t **_l<...Ufv in-i Mmin rr- .ta.1' \. IV C'UI.DIt; j l AXD ADULTS I.NCLUDIXd. !: Mr. Davidson t piesented the pMitimi of .\. U. Paul and 71 other I which its importance-demands mind submit to Assembly
.e.,,. ItM at..retea y .0l11.I Ie 1', I. t TAPS WORMS. ; VVOTIII: FKOM 'J'j ir\T: < '10 SIO,). that said bill do pass ; the following statement of facts :
1 j rilL' 'ii" of! (Illliut.I1d virinity, proving j
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RET t 0 1 K new --rriptterntnbyrn. < M l.i\ PRICE. 25 CIS.IOLD I' rnitenr.alarIIteeliun i and Ix-tu-r 'ari-i: .l i WhVl; ", on n:: of )(Ir. lJl'iLliitHl.:1:5 I{ ;
,I PUP.UID: A IT THI toll proprietor,, -tandard I1i.l..r".I., 1.I.'J'III.Io.: ....:. and( II..II""." ... rears trviHg to remove these Indians by force and by persuasion .
; named.
tiNAltil .. .. above
Ii. Iliuii that of AII.It.'r! t-( > i llu g -.1:11,11.11111"11 l "
)-:Jr. I, B. A. FUINEIOCK Co., IPtt! .bnrKh. 1'&.. I I in llu. ...iiinr\: : :,1.! .. <'-"..it.iiiiriiit< r in B. A. FAll*III.VEST..nCLI.D f I'luINdelph.a: Pt. ,'\'. l lf Mc,t'vri' Co.,New.York '. ,.
'i\rg Tun City Si-mi f"r It I .it.il.ju11. lowing repo.t :
i WHOLESALE a. .:\...". t r.v.\NS ro. r-.Mi,.n. rv I The Committee on the: Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill: to the task and disheartened of success withdrew! the troops; proclaim.
f Dtt ME BUSINESS? RUGGISTS,51 CLIFF ST.. l j. u. PI i:-.\. I GIT; r n>u.l"'a>. Nm York t II! I and inched! the In.I .
Buy of pecUbe! dealer only t I .\U.I.. !>.'.>. i'm-"i: J be entitled an act to authorize guardian, adniinUtraturs arid 1 eseeti- ed tile w.tr to be closed, ([.ui.iturely, perinp?,)
sisal - ---- wad *, and intesrntcs, of Jef- I ill 1: ins to friendly) negotiations. .
I Exam.ne: the mil!* of the name to be mire the Inrs to invest the money uf t< titors
II II I yon get Sale of 1,400.000 / crcs of Land. I oi said have had the The Indians, relying these overtures,han' for several months
I Only Genutne_ A FmxE-.T.iCK'i: T MirccitA. frron countv. in law railroad bunds county, : upon
OP TU "01(, ; Judicial Sale of Land, I same uider consideration and instruct mc to report, that in their past been coming into tEe frontier settlements, bringing with them

i >,|'.: A .\....Y. Gai ani others i opinion, the bill should, not pass. their peace-otleriugs of wild game, which !s a'l'! they have to exchange
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diut+tn sod caste i iC.rnerof i S. I hA-.-..Ia far TalLLawec.l.Vl : George I"+. State{ of Flo ::.6. i 1 And your commiitee, to whom was referred a resolution' to provide and humbly begging of the white men to accept of these tokens -

Jaanarv. I ,1 S5'3. I -April---10.-IS..R.- I I i o'\\i. Curli and ath.ni"l 1SeatrmuJuhcidCir-' !; i for th" payment; of ceitifieate i issued for inteiest due, on scrip issued evidences. of their reconciliation, and saying that for the. future .
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.- 1.. ,:- -- j '( sill c.'ti. O(1'I'1CE.--- -- I TLultn >tem> .f lie}etit ill Franklin! en. j under an' .".et to provide !for the payment! of Capt's.! Sparkman, (Par- their earnest desire is to be let alone ; that there is room enough

--ere.-- I Ai 1..1u-t.il'4.1a ]-4Li! Cow Iu CLaucerv.Pates j ktr's and other companies for service done in the year Ibl9, have I for all to Ih'C together in peace, but that they will not emigrate ; that

J Br F. Shine i and othrra und-r !idt ration and instruct me to report the I they will live and die in the! country ,"where C foil. has placed them
\ rr.ru: i. t: C.TL l'IUiT t. a decree l >nn ic l>r the ll.rti J. J. ,. 11tlllhe fame con bus!
-- I -'EC" Ima 1.t. 'Wfn.. '. UVHI 10 TilL 1'LELIO. I I. -I-'iul,. and I nndered in thi' cause, the u'ul'r. I i same Lark to the House, and recommend that It be rot-r'I'd to the i I that if the whites will not consent to this:, they will again hide,

:, I IDr Peeler & Bates, O FFI'L a.ij.. <.1 I 1V. (: I.IIle.Udton.. sirnd 11-e. irt.r, IIpr"int"ll.y the stud Court will Comn.itUe Finance and l'ulAict'countJ! I' will not fight any more.
HA VI MJ .t'Micuted tlnni.rlvc ill the f-raPtie i Nay 8. 1lvliLiI.tl. : fell by public Auction nn the fir-t MONDAY ia I And your committee: to whom was referred n bill ta be entitled The inhaitant of Dade county, where most of these Indians reside -

.f M.. liner :.,1 Sur' 'f'r\. repo -tf..llf ,ifTirtlt'lr I -- -:- -- .-- -- I Jllt1ItIY. A. 1 I. IN.9.' in I ii.,! rite .-\plllIi..h., all act to* !1t" :llile taw:, \Vill:! of Christian iSpillman! of the county of have responded 11 these friendly; overtures, and notwithstandingthe .
*.'f'i.inns t. I!lay Puli'ii*. ill the i IreattiHtit of nil ; : t'L'iUE. IW L-n.U M-ii-Hns! to ill.- "said AI'ALACllICOh.X I JHI 'I
acute at ....!! an eh.oil .h".III! ,.f nil tl.racUlS-r -- n- j LAXh COMPANY, l.im'iii the UVstrrn: JuduLl Santa Rosa, have had the same under consideration and beg leave stringent prohibitory law, there now exists a daily mutual interchange

O5e.. Waukeenah, J.-iTri* as! c..lla. Dr. A. C. F. BLAKE Circuit i-J, Fiiiti-it. with tl' csceptimi ..f tie! Town I to f"rHrt. that in their! opinion the bill! should not pass. I of fiiendly. ollic! .-s.
Jan. 9.lS'* 'JtfR7ff7BERBY lut" ill ILl city .f :1 plI.hi..I.1. 11..jll.I.1I1t1" iurlulcevery : JAMES; (Jirri'IS. Chairman. Your committee believe that this: state orthings should not be inter.rLptcd
-- - ,- r"10MIXULh) t-joli.r" I II,i" 1'1' fe-.i..1: Nrvirer to dciseiiption <>f S"'. 1 IIII'r. and quality tu t be I Whic was read and the bills and resolution placed among the for slight causes, but that on the contrary it should be encouraged
i iI the Cal iz'It-.1!)! i nl.Lt-arrl; ulj..ini Iwidl' (,'UIIJ in tin btat--tl* Js, a I l' tied t>n"n &H>\\ Fi.-h- : continue would be .
I L..tb..l. pjsiu.: .14-n j .;td 1 iuCfutii.vd: .:: Office; I I er'u'I he SniIS..f! '\.ry jrr.-.l.-. property I Auctioneer aud Commission I. lit I hS 1t'+!i.I"ll l .e. imlueein: t. this '!ii-cnpi*"ni. f InMer. i i AUo the following : in your committee to gay that (hey Iwl'eVe a lating'peaceis .
MERCHANT. .'---'f lIu-M'T 'Inl.f..1II part "f Thr /:,,'*.. 1'ttirli.';' I j '111( Committee 011 the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to be to be had with them, but they believe it wi last until the Indians

t at.t.HAl.'rFlaSept *!I. 1S5S.. S3___ I! .1)rtGif{ l ? & HILTON- I aihi are 114.1.1 1 fur iliftubutioii, by the decree of the !' entitled an act to provide for the payment of costs by Plain- are driven to hostilities by the impositions unprincipled \ men. '-

h Coin tlr CLntitrv.Tlic tilfl in certain case, have had the same inter consideration, and When that time coma, sufficient unto the day be the evil thereof."
Henry L. Rutgers .'tl,01-.1CYD tit Ta.zw Inland ">f St..J.imw La* a (r\lt..f twenty rcilcs
I bill should Our duty i U to a as long as possible.
I I i on the Sea, dial all: ''rile .a!Ii. ke:'thv nn-l l plvasant: iuitruct me to report, that i.i their opinion the not pass present preserve peace
i T1. UIVNM.K:, TI.A. referred .bill be entitledt We therefore recommend that the bill do >s.THEODORE.
COMMISSION MERCHANT Sea sli-'re resideiio"Tlie l 1-1 h.n.J"oiot George and And your Committee------l wa a to pa
r--- 1)., Kland. ai-! f-rui f his nr tin 1tIf"tllnl'ut 1.:1.5I I
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part prnvrty.An ;
1 ,V.L\I\Ssr.f! ; [''.\. I I>. (H'i1.I:. li. IIILTO.V.HAVINGi. I t ,r ... ISSELI
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ahn itiixlia-i.-t-!
<*l :! supply of t!: ''r"t pine
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: iniU-r, suitable! for M.u.; ;* :ui 1 Seara.lal; a trenrallinr
la.\. xiltancemule on 'ottnn or Tobacco I trf 'I'I R!' .ir attmiioii I t
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( I'II'II. l* fuu.l: ) ot i.: the I'ufks: uiid in thei
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; i I-_ .-* :.6 J- Sent <- T W BMVARlTjfrl"T.1LLAI1 Circuit Courj.t I .,.:.,1''i i--f.'. :.u :ilv> I li.e: C'n. ut; wl rare tiuiln i wh i* Live S'ak.CedsrJunsJwr .
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.\SsLT FLA.ApiilM. I t c. nt tl.e iii'nillj < f the Ap.UcT!.,;ic-> a I Kivt-r. AHa fan a. .
March 6. H{:: ; ',h' I .. ... '
C.Kt.m R it i i. thin I in ,p.itit < f in tau-- 'iiitlw //1111[
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iu (GII; .\. <'OULIV: I ROGUE & AMAKER, |"- lji '].. .I:. l>iv-.r, with hI coijfitucce nub thCliMttaluMK'i ,I!| let mo) .i
I Ii ATTOKNEVS ', r, Flint mwj "iL. r ktrfam. extra.L into
Attorney at Law Jc Clil.NSELLURS( I the i iuteiiiH four <-ri! >e Lul.tilt..III.iI..., .II-d drains tLe m.I .

i I ATLA'VV, : linebl Cotton. ToliRcro and LtiiuUr Districts iu Alilinnia '

I i'ALLIiIASSI.F, l 11.1. r"III'.11 .1 i ,T pittnci-hip ill ILe )practice ol : Omt<;i.i: and rioiil.i.lh I an t't) amend an act concerning Replevin, have had tho same -

s J HIMTV 17._IS57._ :1-1y I HAVE, and l a i'! nil.I nit! to all\' piuiersiuiial Lurianc'aeentrnste.l ; ]lay: of AI.nl..J.it-oh; : 1..15 ri-rciitly IM-VO'IIC! a under consideration, and instruct me to report that in their opinion \\lich( was read and the bill placed among! ;I the orders of tLo _
tollii t <..>M: I p""I..r! incieaf.-tl: itHfrfft IIOID the JI"CO"t'rIJy tlieotti.ers the bill should not 11. made the following : d:1J
Bardt report
: YongetIcClellan 1 ,.f lilt Unitiil ritatfs enjj.iztil in the Coati I I p-iss.
D. P IlOttu.t 1T.KRV: : AMAKCR.JI.iyl.lS5S .
1 I ; Survey of a new Clmnin-1, l.2iioi; ; into it. Profes.or ;, JAMES CETTIS, Chairman. The tI.c Committee, to whom was referred the petition of D.
.1 t .11or.n.cya n,1 La w. I ,15"EDWIN __ __ ;, H.icliif tIle Coast Surey.. rt'iorts (rUIn t'turrit, 'II Which was read and the bill placed among the orders of the day. C. Prescott and thirty-five other citizen- of Baldwin, praying that

ra.co, K IN ALL THE OifCTS Or VEST FLO Hit A.Oilice I A. HART' one to twrnty two feet water in thi Ch.umel' at li'wti Mr. Vogt, from the Committee on Engrossed Bills, made the following the dividing line between the counties of Duval and Nassau may be
j >I..'' M likli woul.l' give about twenty.five or twcutynx I established leave
:It M VKIANNV.O. .A.11orncy zit LLtw, report : more definitely beg toREI10RT
.1' I i fret at l.iI, tiJe. Tin mal.1'.1111':0.1 l.i the
I'OXI;C . .J. I'. SIcCLELl AN. Tallahassee Florida. ;I beat Puit on she main lap,( .n the Gulf of )Mexico r The Committee on Engrossed Bill report the followings bill as
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dial hI.1ss.I ____II-if_______ \ 1 T ILL |.ntetic in 'he, Circuit t.urts .f the Middle I except l'ensamlaend fully tqnnl to it. Another correctly engrossed, viz :
j \1 Ui.triet, km.! il.e >
Benj. F. Young, i I Suite and the Uictm-i (.'..urt I f the Tnrfd: States,atTalljhnwe. 1'lIu'Lic..la.|, ; i it this tale ef the Furlx'S I'urclu : Court of the State of Florida authority to issue writs of [Habeas nt>ctl. with the subject, and knowing as j'onr Committee do the
''I \oI may' I")!.'.. o,'r tl.e More of ilestrs Ijiiul?-tlicy funouid Ilie city. front m? on the c .a"t t! & and which the
JJI'Ji2/15l"Y? ) / Jill? tAw I G. d J. 3l,1 rn.ki-. i fir n lity mil.-*. anti -\enJiii: : into the interior a'' "Ut Corpus, 1' ; many: t oO.enncs :annoyances to petitioners have
ASDWLiriTiHl ii Jan. 30, l 1S58. 4X" I the same distance. llnwe I lying in the Middle Cir- A bill to lie entitled an act giving certain powers to executors( I IJ cl subjected, ClI J but r'co.nmerll that! the grievances complained
__ ruit air under dime tn.IIIIv.ni..lIlt.llt flf 11.11".81)l admit'i.-tr.ttors and guardians: ; of by them be remedied bjthe e hLhhrtt.f a definite and
; I IX EQUITY i -- .
; | PEELER amount iu the mrpr-1 to .>i tne million (.'ur I I A bill to be entitled! an act for the relief of Calvin XoMes, of Levy line between the counties: of Duval and Nassau, to pr.l"n'nt
TII.L > the C..urts..f the Cattern Cir j 4
\\ I"'II' r ii! liunilrt-d tu''uaitd, acres.lliv accom.
T ? ecu u! F;,.ri la, a-id I the Federal Uiiurt. I county ; I plish which desirable object your Commitlcj :
LAW & LECTION Th O.\I1aI". S"I..t..ppy. New 'n! "n.lard \f1h recOnmc.
( .T CAINSVlLLf, ALACHCA fOCStr.) i i iOTICK Ot'FICEaT REFERENCES: T : J FLOE:(( \. I and "'" !''cli: \ ii l le water lbroijli CruuLeil Itn-er. : two Ferries across the ijuvvannec liver and one across the the boundary line between Duval and Nassau counties.
OFFICE rr Cart .. J. ', I Pl1.I.il".1 ApJ I San'a Fee river. Respectfully submitted: ,
THE DOOlt OF TUtrL"C'I'IAN' lolK.NAL I>F FKE. I i kola Kiver and its tnl.uuii. coiK.-eiitrate at this D. _\. VOCT.; Chairman.
<-) J. D. AICEX } Ckailctton, S. CFLAar.t.t1'aovt'ei F C. Chairman
*TILL ri.ci 1, tit C.r.; uit l". rl.rlld..kn.I..II. I ,.uit advnntagt-a fur ]pre curios entry tI..ril'ti.n of i J-\RHETT.
):. ) 11 w'akuttJcn: ..".... wad y.idis-m.! !i and ; P|slip| | I I"L..r.:11 rt>re.. and) a :rti -r.il iuni'HT' bii-i I Which was read and the billslaced! nl1l.n.th.. ( orders of the day.Mr. JOIX C. S.\JTI
Pt. JAI'-. S. Jo"." 2'.itla'iasfff. lla.WILLIAM attend! pioinj tly l to tl-, .::1.t .1:. n 1,,1'1 i t. tSUld I1C. i I n.*', u\IurpaOl,1! in taw Tuned 1l11''. Hivttad- ; Iii;,'rtn, from tho Commit: on Corporations, made the for.I mrD.

-lrat-d'bi.- sx -- coui.ls in ni\ ,.1't s.o.lIl't < i:Mi., -. II JUKt.iir. '. with tU- //-ct.isici!: S niHirii.: l I.yo fi.a. Ii.irT I !swing report : Which was read and the bill placed among orders or the lay:

SCOTT _1-V1_>. :-7.- i l">"t8.__ n_ !Vf 1. and, the ready ate s to the inarkt.tsi ol i Cui:. New i.! The Committee Ito Corporations, to whom vas referral an alt The following message was received from t the Senate :
B.. 1% :. I{ Orleans, Texas. M< XKO and oulh America. should for the of Fcrmr.diaa auk Lava I
QUI JN" charter City
i to
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ATT0flf J V i/-\r LAW, I maL.c.\pal lelm-ol.! he tir"t luinU-r mail iu America. provding I SENATE CHAMBER )lI

MON'TICKLLO FLA Copyist and Accountant, The sale i is under a 1'ei-ree of the Court of Cliun- I: REPORT: I TALLAHASSEE Dec. 28, 18 8. J
j corv, i i. unconditional and wiliiout ie>trte.j :
JOHN B.
1.Iv 60,153. :to t 1 j jan i orf/.f ins s..ni'irhs! TilE .C..ELf t j 1'.rx*--One third i>f the pui.bt HKHICJ. to be IO: G.\BRUTJ %
__ oiFire OVH. ant tiout 1 u. .\. MUM-,jr. rli.ln cast the. La1.,lIce in true and two dears. inequal '1 hat they have h'\l1che same under consideration and recommendthat I .S'raAer: of the llaiixe of Rrprcirnfaltres : .
FLOYD & HOLLAND Oct..]Mr CO. 11:.S. 4 } luln1t.ul.! with eight, l per et'nt. ir.lercH from the charter be granted without amendment. SIK : The Senate l-s this lay' adopted the IIous. amendment toeI .
date tltlt to be static by tie Receiver wjlvii I the House hill entitled,! act : :,
to
-- ----- -- ; te TILL L1 an incorporate a to construct
Attorneys at Law. I 1 INC(;:RAM.I Chairman. company -

.''Ll. .r -Ii... i,, the! Circuit C.nnt of MiIdleT James D. Galbraith i: last l'erw"a'11t mad d...is irin mJ.I.inl:''rOlIlIj'n. either; ns t.If pr'p.crty Which was read and the bill placed among; the orders of the day. a raihoad from a point on the Florid Railroad; in last PUMTampa .-

T i \\ ,-5.1 FJ.in.iiiir.1 11:1 the Supreme Court XJP a XI. CL fur \7" O y O 37 I or the title, will apply) to the lullovun-j jH'j.-i: : :\No the foll.nvinij* : I Bay, under the style of l

f the State. Al*. iu U.e Di I..tnct Court (f the Uui MAPS AND PLATS OF FARMS, U, executed I tor in the cau.- : The Committee on Corporations, (to whom wan referred a bill entitled Company, Viz :
i ed it&l".II' lI,.- >.Ml linn Ui-tiicl, ol Flonda. i I II n.-atn+!. I D. P. HOLLAND E-" ( ]r>fU "\'. I an act to amend the Charter of Incorporation of the Town I Strike out, in the third line of th .
It J. PLOVl, Offlc AltalacLseula Fla. OFFICE 1'1""t.| C .nit-h'i:>,'. ;'n building occupied t J. FLOVI. Erq, ApaUliK-la, i Jacksonville had the under I vords, viz : Within. five miles of the
I 1. HOLLAND., OllkQuiocT.. Fla. by Lony .t ialbraith.j I T. J. iprry.: I'b y I of having same consideration beg I leaveto I Very real *
_Her 2?, 1855. 81Allows Sept II. I Ib58. 37-ly Those de.ir uA <>f buying Kind will find n good
-- -, -- --- I opportunity iu the Sale of this innneii tract of
u'J( .l-nll. S. DILU'Olftj--- Land I REPORT
inclu'l.nij; thniujudit of acres. The Keceirer will; give : I :

[ and i Counsellor f at Law, Isabella [$fjL?| House, I uuv information III i.k jxiwtr to those who write or I I That in their opinion the fitst Section of said bill, which provide Which was read and the bill nrdI .'0-,
I Lit oiiive alaehii.ita.CIIAItLl'.S.
to ut
M'OXI j gu Al| Also tho
IOELLO. FLORIDA. ALBANY| GEORGIA.rplIC 1 ELLiS, I I for an extension! of the corporate limit of bald Town, should bestricken following :
STILL pr.ti fl... iu the Courts '>f the Middle Cir inasmuch it
out
Receiver in the aboTc cause.October I as appears by a remonstrance in the hands
'rcli..it.* I'iau.a.e. and L.""lee County,GaV abore HOTEL in Albany, the present terni- ,j I 23. 1S58. 43-1 ItI of Jour committee" that nearly, if not quite all, the residents and TA
issr 12lvToVn. lIon. JOHN B. GAIBHAITH
: Inus of the G.nrgia coil Florida Railrvad, is -- -- I property-holders which the hill proposes to incorporate into the ,
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I ;. & GALBItllTII, now open for the rocrption, of the RESTAURANT! I, Town I are opposed to being so placed, and there appears to be no Speaker of the House of Reprcscnlatttes : ,_ .

.4TTR'r "aATl..tw'I'.tiLILSSREFLA.A. TRAVELING PUBLIC. i r IIIESUBSCIIIBERlate of Bainbridge Hotel, expression by way of petition to show that other than the corporate SIn : 'ilio Senate has tliU day passed the following bills and re-...- \

A I Lo.t) J. n.OALUllAlTH baveassoei The House and Furniture ale new. Tho rn'prie- I Georgia, hating permanently located I in lalluj t authorities of Jacksonville desire an extrusion of tho boundaries of lution, viz:

.*!. tlr.[ II.- iiM-Uesmthe practice Law. They tor is determined to make it a i j !i.i-.:ee, bees II'ato inf>rru the public that be Las I said Town. By striking out the first Section of the bill! your coma Senate bill to be entitled! an act to declare O'XeaTs Spring,>mWashington ,

will itumd tU (',''urt in the Middle Circuit,the Supreme FIRST CLASS HOTEL, opened aFirst mi'itee would recommend that tho bill do Pt"q. I county, navigable; -

State at C.urt Fli.nter.Otficeipp\! an-l} the. District Court of the United and hopes by rtiict attention to the wants of his I! Class Restaurant, i TILLMAN INGRAM, Ch'm. I Senate bill to bo entitled an act to authorize.Wlliam Canestablish -

Guet, to merit patmnnsje of the Public. I Which read and the bill the I a ferry across the Suwannee t river -
? : was placed orders of the
.sit.-tie Auction among day.
Court House. L. H. DUIUI.A I. on mail Street next to Col. Berry' nltm.
M-l! .. "r S. ) SS4.h_ IT Gs.. May 22. 1S53. 21-ly Propietor.Albany. I \I.(r. he will be alwaja prepared to furnish Oy"terj I! )1 r. Maloney, from the Committee on Commerce and Navigation, i House bill to be entitled an act for tho relief' of Colun.

----- ------- I j in the shell, by the gallon open to families or in.ii-, made the following report : Alexander;
Hal kel & Nowell, !I vi.luali. Having made permanent arran:emenu to I 'Hie Committee on Commerce and Navigation, to whom was referred I House resolution for the relief of the set

FACTORS, I I.,. CITY HOTEL. Ii." be supplied; with Opter", game in season, and all a bill to be entitled an act in relation to Quarantine for the Respectfully
e// lilt j other articles usually found ia a well arranged and I I J.
-A1'I- -- 'I I I conducted eaticg boum. will be enabled tu furnish I town of Jacksonville, having had the same under consideration have I

General (Commission Merchants JOHN L. DEMILLY, j flufwrlt the shortest notice and ID the nioet improved instructed me to submit an additional section to said bill asanj
'-I OULD refprrtfiillv itif'-rtn the public that I.e style. Deaigiiiuj to devote my entire time j amendment to come in he.twcen.seclion. $ 2 and 3, and wit. such Which was read and the Senatethe
CHARLESTON SC- : has leased) the CITY HOTEL (known as the and energy to tl,is business, I trust that I will receive j amendment to recommend the of the bill. day, and [House bills and resol
C. r. Brown hotel) and will tale charge on the first of share ot 1 passage
IIANCKEL. E. W. NOVELL.rHEY u public patronage. Also the following :
I Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. That in this
nothing act contained
11 May next Hi* untiring exertions mill Le used togiv Liquors can be obtained by the bottle, but will
r Rill all every description ('f Produce or full fati-faction to all who will pjUoune biai. I under nu consideration be retailed Also first qual- I shall be so construed as to prevent steamers or other water craft, ,
-*, -/in I'i, mine. nnJ will iuak advances on all April .'4, 1653. 17 I I itv tegar always on hand. JAMES ROGERS. bound to a point or points beyond tho corporate limits of Jackscm

.ooignmentii.Ap --- | October SO, 1853. 44 ripe, from passing up the St. Johns river to the point of destination I lion. Joun B. Gtnifirrff,
.illi.> 1t68. 15-ly G. K. CLARK; __L- __ __ I' I'rornIeJ, That in so doing, they shall not come to within the waters -; Speaker of the House of A.

AMBROTYPESAND : Miss Johnson, :| of said 1 Corporation, nor land any person, or persons, goods or I SIR: The Senate has this day t' .

WATCH MAKER T) ESPECTFULLY inform the LADIES flf Tat- !! merchandise, United, States Mails excepted, within ten miles cither I House bill to bo entitled an act 1.

MELAINOTYPES, Iii Iahaf se' alai| vicinity that she has a few f.l'h- i 1 j above or below said! city, and pro idtd fi'rlll, that said steamer or ,, Suwanneo river;

.. TAKEN BV All.F\. .A.n.c1 J'cvcrclcr, I, i.o llJle BONNETS 0.1 Land, which the will ttlal\ o her water craft, i-i passing through the,waters of said Corporationshall House bill to be entitled an at to

R OO.TI j orrr llarnartfs Drug Store. "t TT"OULD r respectful! Inform the ciJzen* ofTalf )- I. reasonable ',tires. She b al"o prepared and reasonable to do all I be, and tiey: are hereby required{ to be confined to the moat I build a toll bridge acr> '
MILLIN'EHY at short notice
IIERnnmlht'-beean V hbawre. and the public generally that he bas kinds ef 1 of Orders southerly channel of tie waters of said corporation. on said liveryHous ;
'F refitted and taken the old stand of JJ O. Hall A Co, a here his I terms; mid solicit a liberal share patronage. I "
jTl. are now ill "xn.llent: condition for the purpose prepared to repair : : '1'IlIloe received at Airs. A.iluiia's, north of Respectfully submitted, '
nTh Thel Public are invited to call. f: the Female Academy. W. C. MALONEY, tabli
31. 1S57 44 IT'alcfies, Clods: ;, and Jcirclry November *, 1858. 45 Ch ainnan. U

-- in a mpiVrnan like manner, a4! at ilie meet reasonable t \Vhichv1Ui read, and the bill and amendments placed the to '
Whit Lead. rate Persous baring g". \f atcba'Jaat: fail to I t c- 1 orders! of the day. among i...
p LRL Extra .. run well from having beni baJlj repaired, eaa rel/ R gars.,x : .'
""IX<>-1-1 ground i inPureLttseedELY. '. k.I a .
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Ul I.Iusi rt 'd''eJ. and fur ute 1.y I upon having them put right at lit fcbcp. r CU1 _r ".- t ft, Also "following : t ,
il Alol & (&- All work warranted if veil used L, J Q '.r .000' tkDO OB131". The Committee en Co.i.mnco at.A Navigation, to. whom w; re- f
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1 fl .jse bill to be entitled! an act for the Charter) of a bridge across expenses of selection, management and sale, are hereby IRREVOCABLY I I I triguers seeking personal pn.tt rjider the specious I mentl \die ChJIty'l ut

ft t<. "uwannee river at the lower Suwannw Springs ; vested in five Trustees." i jlJJrihinn & 1outiiaJ.T lrcet of patriotism. rote, with! wli el it lies been a.,

J;()use bill to be enti led an act to authunzc Louisa A. Summer- The 16th section of said act makes it the duty of said Trustees .As the power is gr.at. so also, i is the reK-n ibil- I be bought. Ind to HClrt tie! t a
u make mch for the ,.,__ _____,.,.,, _,_ ___ r-- ity. and the more criminal the abn.f the trust the! Company th t nil the Inttri
.. '. minor, Af Loon county, to assume the management ot her own arrangements drainage of the swamp and over- ;
i:.. ,f.rc: and contract and be"contractedVith ; floMfd lands as i.i their judgment may be most advantageous to the A L L A II A 5 i Ii: I: : 1 self assumed but ratified by the approval and coun- I Bonds, the 1 lfc i.Ii l se-I) jrcronl

Senato bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the Gulf City and Internal Improvement Fund and the statement. and cultivation of I -. ,- j tcnancc of those.who cniol their names on the subscription Stock be pbcil in handoof Trust

Interior R.iilioaJ! Company ; the land." $5tTUl5DtY, JAMJAUY 1, 1859.fff j I li-:t. A IICTI!spnper nhotiM not be regardedi I ditional indue sent that Ue I>ir,

Senate 'bill to be entitled an act to incorporate: a bank in the city Since the Trustees and not the members of the General Assembly :SIL-=---:; --=-= -==-=--=--=--:- :=:c --- --= !i in this light of a commercial venture, a mere money i I ized to pay.nii brno* fcr rn atj-
for I VASSCHAACK has been appointed t gent making rpecuktion. Tiie sale of merchandize will i endofn"ut. they *xr ej
\>f Fernandiua ; are, responsible a proper application' of the land and other : Mr. J. J. tnl
: Senate bill to be entitled x an act to amend an act entitled: an actS property of the fund to the purposes named in the act, vour committee to reeeUs Subscriptions, AdYertlncmenU Ac., for the Flortdvtn of the I always prove more profitable} in a pecuniary point :! A Cmanit ot three (eons ear

. 3k.w.-: to i-itabliih common schools and to repeal certain acts in relation think that they should be left uninfluenced by legislative resolutions t Journal for the and to. pre receipts in the aaii' ![ of view and there i is.probably no human occupationin j, pointed to 48 *.- out the above.r.

thereto, approved lit January 1853. ia the language of the, law, to make such arrangements for Proprietors same.ty which the investment of the same capital, energy. j A Resolution was adopted rcqo

i Very resjioctfully. the drainage of the M\anip and overflowed lands" along the Suannee : Blank*.-A variety printed BLANKS on hand, I and labor of body and brain, will not yield larger i Commissioners|v aHMnt] | suet. n

J. E. BOWDEN \\ and Choctaxvhatchie risers as in their judgment may bo II among which are JCEOI and STATEfniifn C mriCATES return for the in\estmtut I' that no one shI t his allowed flier. .

: Secretary the Senate. most advantageous to the Internal Improvement Fund, and the settlement @Anno*lID aMI'O' D II<'DCM, ScsroKSAS Ex&cnioi.s, Ac.S The commencement of a new' year and a \volume The Direetor were alv> rquif

: ; '.: U'hieliwas; read anil. the House bills ordered to be enrolled' and and cultivation of the land." ----- ---- -- ------- I seems an appropriate time to indulge in a little lTort to pay cf, the present inj

the Senate bin's placed among the ordeig of the day. Respectfully submitted. %: Rev. JOJlY E.; DiBosE will preach, by 1 request I conversation with our rea.nl in regard to our C"mrIY.ln\1 fr thU purpwie to I

; I! Also the' following!l : \ GEO. WHITFIELD, Chairman. in the Methodist Church on Sunday morning I prospects. The advertising patronage of our paper the Tallitha-aee" }JKailroad Comp.in

L' S SENATE CHAMBER, Dec. 28, 1858. Which was read, and the resolutions placed among; the orders of' lust., at 104 o'clock Atsociation., before the Tallahassee Young has become so large that we have concluded to enlarge Bond, and) othtl securities! of tl lie I
Men's Christian
ft lion. JOHN: R tiALBIlAITII the day. There will be a regular meeting of the ASM>cia- its dimensions, & eoon as suitable arrangements William Baity F I:: m.tUurn

: 1 Speaker.of House of Rrpresentaliccs : The rule having been waived, on motion of Mr. Barrett, Mr. tion on :Monday evening next, at 7 o'clock in the I can be made to that t'fect I may be well son. E. C. CabiC. (trcn1.it.
-. ,.. Smith uas added to the Committee on Finance and Public Accounts.A Presbyterian Church when an Essay will be delivered to state also, that after the first of January, no ad Edward lou"t'ut,WI. P. Mosely.[
5t5;: 81RThe Senate has refused to concur in the following amend- bill to be entitled an act to compel( railroad companies to pay by Bro. A. M. HOBBT. The public are re- vtrtiaing contract expiring on tint day will b* renewed. | kins. were elected members of the .
S menta made by the Houne of Representatives to the Senate resolution for all cattle or other live stock lulled upon their respective roads, fnectfullj invited to attend. I. We have determined abandon i tors.i .
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i
I providing for the copying of the I laws of the present General Assembly Was read the first time and ordered for second HUGH ARCHER, &mta.y.U. t aJt"g..t
to- Joe
f viz: a rending on er the contract system. I not pay, and i i i Ja.T. Archer *appointed the
morrow. therefore unjust. To provide a alnot imposition I of the
% Strike out the word Governor in the 4th line resolution S. District Court. company.
of the
S The rule hating been waived, on motion of Mr. Bird, Mr. Wig and )loss, we intend to adopt tin cash tyttm *n The melting adjourned to
Mcintosh mecvhassce
and insert "Secretary ofb'tate"ind, in the Gth line strike "James gins was added to the Committee on Federal Relations.A We are requested to my that Judge
in this the second
subscriptions. bought on
Experience deary
t t t D. Weetcott," and insert some competent person," and strike out bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Calvin Nobles, of Levy has adjourned the U. S. Court to the second Monday particular, has taught that tin credit will Wednesday I in
all} after the word Asst>mtIJ" in the 8th line, and insert provided: county (the luth) of the present month. not do. us system -

that the compensation for the same do not exceed one hundred dol. Was read the third lime and its which .the -_- Party and Individual I3lassius.
put ,
upon passage upon
asked for There are a large number of James on our list I : .
i i lars. vote was : The Secretary of War has Congress EDITOlo."l.oker'n

S Very rejpectfully, Yeas-Messrs. Barrett, Bissell Brevard Campbell, Christie, I nearly four hundred thousand dollars! to pay the with which \e hare become amiliar from their ,I I hare been amaz*] at display i>f a

. ,'. I S J. E. BOWDEN, Churcb, Clyatt, Coffee Erwin, Evans, Frink, Gettis, Gillis, Ileer- Florida Volunteer, called into service by General them long continuance, and although we have not met and individual whkh! hate l'cl1 .
face to face their
Secretary of Senate. mans Hughey, Hunt, Kt>(Jan, Maloney, Manning, Nicks, Richard, hlarney and Col. Loomis, during the years 1857 yet words of cheer and distinguished citi/ai of our State, .
their kind i
of usin
' Which was read. lon, Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Whitfield, Wiggins Williams vf I and 1858.> rememhrJcel regularly furnishing t. the Capital to vindicate the Cora
On motion of Mr. Williams of Leon, the House voted to persist Leon, Williams of Escambia and Yon-29. -_--- : "material aid" in prompt!: paying their subscriptions he is President from grave allegn
I I We hare Wen handed the Grand Jury Presentment have endeared then to us by the strong the character of almost!
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<.' in its amendment to said resolution. Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bird, Davidson, Ingram, :McNeill I ty every jeut1
:.. ( On motion of Mr. Maloney, a Committee of three, consisting of and Vogt-G. of AUchua County for publication ; but ties of friendship. The many xpres.-ions! of con J therewith These dL-pl.ivs ... ,

' Messrs. Moloney, W Williams of Leon and Wiggins, wa appointed to So the bill passed-title as stated. from the crowded state of our columns! we are silence from our p.ntronll.etoIIRle ui to renewed I different source The Lditur vt 'I!

:.. confer with a similar Committee to be appointed by the JSt-nate. to Ordered that the same be certified *o the Senate.A compelled to omit all of the Presentment except I efforts to meet their continue*-patronngo. I IWe I giving publicity the fir-t l'ubl i

:: consider the disagreement between the two Houses in reference to bill to be entitled. an act giving certain powers to executors, thnt portion relating to the Division of the County, hare a word to say to mother class of our I i iI the petty warfare," rising above 1

;: said resolution. administrators and guardians, which i is as follows: I 1IbltiLtnlo are in realit;, a heaett burden up I the partisan utter tfce following r

The rule having been waived, the follow ing bills were introduced Was read the third time and put upon its passage upon which the Our County is in a prosperous con.Jition, and we on uWe refer to those who read our paper !'. respondent :
S without previous notice: rote was: I commend) our citizen to us 1?! their influence in inain- I receive it, but neglect to pa: their subscriptionswhen 'e intrllhe communication below< .

,:. By Mr. Barrett : Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Barrett, Bird Bissell, Brevard, Brox. taining the integrity of Alnchua nndieiJtd, being due, and such pronshtenr their inten, jtions j distinguished.ourceron, whmctitct

1'1' :; A bill to be entitled an act to amend the several acts in relation bon, Campbell, Christie, Church, Clyatt, Coffee, Davidson, Erwin, assured tutdtliil that stt' ,.the\ JiI..j"i"JI of our county would be a may be, pursue court ) redital1"and the Ixouse approval"it either of our accords judgement.with our tj Olme *

:,. to the business of banking. Evans, Frink, Gettis, Gilli*, Heermans, Hughey, Hunt, Ingram, All of which! we re-pt-ctfully il>mit. one for which they cannrt offer : reasonable dissent from it m tola and will
;-. By Mr. Bird : Kenan, Maloney, Manning, McKinnon, McNeill\ Nicks, Richardson, (Signed) P. B. II. DUDLEY, Fort-man. excuse. In no case should a Hiblt>htr be kept' out I II engage in no petty warfare against

: "'!. A bill to be entitled an act in relation to Evidence ; Roberts, Robinson, Smith, Starke, Vogt, Whitfield, Wiggins, Williams Ordered that a certified copy be published in of his money over one yeai We )labor fur the :. any other public nun, without better
the Hcridian and Journal.Digued in"tructionnd amusement dour readers and up<', than ihat furnished by our con
Which were placed among the orders of the day. of Escambia and Yon-37. I expect -
I B. A. PUTNAM, Judge, JLc. h..ii admitted that Mr.' Yulee't
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4 Senate bill to be entitled an act _to consolidate the offices of Nays-None. a satisfactory acknowledgment: from delinquent States: Senator "
I -- ---- is at 'ashingtO Cit
Sheriff and of Tax Assessor and Collector and Clerk of the Circuit So the bill passed-title as stated. I Tallaha and Quincy Ilallroad.N.thing I subscribers by prompt-miUanct'1 of amounts lahauce,but at the ule tune. there

Court in the county of Wakulla, Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate.A due. / son for his presence here, and itut ta
I : has given us M> much pleasure lately as!
Was read the second and ordered for third bill be entitled the that hu I i is, i. n it unknown to >>ur corr
S time a reading on to. to an art to confer upon the Justices of the Su- that the I During year : jut commenced, we,
obtained last
the information on Thursday was summoned here to toes
S morrow. preme Court of the State of Florida authority to i-sue writs of Habeas .llal make every effort to reider tin pa per the Florida Railroad respond
entire: road between this City and Quincy has been ILe. against with *
Preamble and resolution in relation to Isaac Welch and others, Corpus, &c., under fur construe tion. I come visitor in every family circle i may enter- he is inccted. and the necessity fit
Was read the second time, and, on motion of :Mr. Barrett, the Was read the third time and put upon its passage, upon which die placed The contract lt''IN. U. A. Shine P. W. I It will continue be the strenuous. advocate II I was to u:a sufficient mrtivc for .iel!
rule waived, the bill read a third timeby its title and put upon its vote was : contractors arc Democratic principles tie active promoter of j ance. He is not the only Senator a
White, I). I* Kenan,and Mnj. Robert Gamble: ,gen- I post,and if he wa, it is conceded by
passage, upon which the vote was: Yeas-Mr.: Speaker, Messrs. Barrett, Bird, Bissell, Broxson, the great domestic If our State. I I I'I
Intcrt'sls
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Barrett, Bird, Brevard, Broxson, Campbell, Chtistie, Coffee, Davidson, Erwin, Evans, Frink, Gettis, tlctncn well known to this community, and whose I' May sickness and) sorrow, ly a kind providence that is paramount emergencies to, may and arise overrides in which put

S :. Campbell, Cluislie, Church, Clvatt, Coffee, Davidson, Erwin, Frink, Gillis, Heermans, Hughey, Hunt, Ingram, Kenan, :\lalon.1\Ian. characters: : are a sufficient guarantee: for the speedyand 'I be ktpt from entering with p jour border, and cac in question, itiikea us as one of

Gettis, Gillis, Heermans, Hughey, Hunt, Manning, McKinnon, !Mc\ nincr. :McKinnon\ McNeill, Nicks Richardson. Roberts. Robinson. faithful prosecution of the.. .work.. I permit us in closing to exp-esa to you our best I II II The Railroad. Company of which I
N ill Nicks Robinson Smith Starke Smith Starke Whitfield Williams of Escambia and i Yon : and in wtik-h olhcri are largely iatei
Uoberts :33.:
Vogt
Vogt, Wiggins, I I wi'hes! that the new which has I Ij
I Williams of Escambia and Yon-. 30. l"aJS-None. t 3f: -' We have been requested by Mr. 1' B. nroI year just begun, put upon its trial before. the General
j will be in every sense of the word, a happy one. : Vuleeis here for the e ol
Nays-Messrs. Bissell, Evans and Maloney3.\ So the bill passed-title as stated. I. kaw to state that he is not a cnndidnte for City I I personal 1lr reputation and purl rit
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I So the resoluton passed-title as stated Ordered that the siimc be certified to the Senate.A Councilman and cannot serve if elected. He re- I MeetIng of Hie Stockholder. ( I'ciiMaco- pr:ie over which he presides. J thu

Ordered that the same be certified to the Senate. bill to be entitled an act to amend an act to incorporate the epcctfully requests the omission of his name on the la &fieorsria IL. R. Co., at CTadUoii tC.hl C. II. I i ant sufficient r n'Ol for his temporal
.. 7 Senate resolution for the relief of William Bassett, town of Jacksonville, various ticket that have been published. Dec. 2011i, 1858. 'I I Washington! and his presence here,

"S_ t Was read the second time, and on motion of :Mr. Davidson referred Was read the second time. .------ AVe are indebted. to a gvnleman l : present at the : ficult>. to imagine however a shun ease iu a period wbi.h,abeitutytor
del1. cue
to the Committee on Claims. :Mr.\ Gillis moved the following amendment to said bill! : Death oftieu. Gad meeting for the following sunmary of the proceed- > justified under any circumstanc..
Senate bill to be entitled act in addition to and of Sr.c. Be it enacted That in this in The Charleston papers announce the death of
S an amendatory further nothing act, or any ings of the stockholders at thdr late session: [ fcucb language at this it woc&
I the several acts concerning pleading and practice in civil and crimi. act to which this is an amendment, shall be so construed as to prevent this tiuguihnd i-i e than, warrior and diplomatist. The meeting wa.i orgnnizid. by the election of | have: restrained from any furUtap,
, j nat steamboat, ; sail vessel from and He w as for several years a citizen of Florida w)here I
I cases.Was steamship or passing re-
any .
Wm. P. Moselcy( Chairman aid F. II. Flagg Seeretarv. the "i etty ".drC.u. but Know N
read a second time, and on motion referred to the Judiciary passing the said city on the St. Johns river : 1'rorided, That when he has many friends who will hear of his! death I from Columbia i County, dNregardii 1
S Committee.The sa-d; rity thall or establish quarantine regulations then the with dilution.
may any .. j The annual report of the I'x.anl Directors w3 i iI rebuke of the of his party e
organ
following Senate resolutions were read the second time and said boats, ships and vessels may be required to pass by on the said --cI
read K C. Cabcll. President lion in the House while
by ,
I Our Justice, in another column I pr
ordered (or a third reading on to.morrow : river as far from said city *s the safety of navigation will allow to correspondent Wel
I I From this it that the entire road t ti solicitude for the claims
speaks plainly of the Know Nothing assaults: report appears "Military *
; Resolution in relation to an examination of the 'books, &c., of the said boats, ships or vessels ; and the said city may require that any very
: made 5Ir.[ Yulee in both branches of the LegI i is under contract to the town |
Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, such boat, ship or vessel bhall not stop, delay or land passengers or upon I
:- And joint resolution as to the! report of the joint committee of the freight within the limits of said city or at any point or place within I islature. The re:,olntionsalludod to were certainly !point it connects wi.1 the Jaclsonville road which 'I to bt'eus of his"absence from Was

&'" \ Senate ant'' House of Representatives, as to the Governor's Message, twenty miles thereof. conc .i\ed in political and personal opposition, is all gndeu; 15 mile fDDIr, and iron bought \r presence bete." The resolution: W
It;: &c. Which; amendment was lost which should nc\erbt allowed to influence the and mostly in the Mate, to complete 20 miles more, I I upon the table by a Jir"ct"te.. DHou

"p- ", The following bills were read the second time and ordered to be Ordered that the bill be engrossed for a third_reading on 'lo-mor- minds of Lgislator. who are conservators of justice leaving but 25 mile! .f .that. nad to be ironed.-. I' _..e the.. Know,, Nothing Senator
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MCCall.
.. engrossed for a third readiug to-morrow: in the consideration of uiatters involving nm. Exoent rul abts.I 2; .: I. e'--'r, I. '' I -- : .u wauace
I row. ... .... ... .. .. ot the most valuable interests of the State. How the whole oC the Pensacola and Georgia Road from ( display in this Senate, but without c
A bill to be entitled an act to amend the charter of th. .. ..if,. nr 'lb. ...1. k. -.o; i ." : ..1, M. u t .u : uiniucedithout
,,S ,?.L S previous notice : ever objectionable Mr. Yulee may be to personal Tallahassee to Alligator, 100 mils An efficient I object by a Multitude of \rord .-3

$S S t Tampa 4 Wl; ; to he entitled an act to incorporate the city of Atseena.Otie ; A bill to be entitled an act concerning agencies of Banks of other and political enemies, (and all men have such,) force is at \voik on the unfni"hc work, to ensure \ with IHl'Oglt ia the other end

L I ..nu a bill to be entitled an act amend an act approved December States located in this State ; who occupy scats in either branch of the Legislature its completion in the course tie next 12 mouths! \the effort o Mr. McCall i is a lit.

:: 20, I85G, entitled an act to prevent slaves hiring their own time ; Which was placed among tho orders of the day. he is entitled upon every principle of justice and contract made for crostif and track-laying. I sent i 11r fur the inspection of the

.' A bill to be entitled an act to req iire Justices of the Peace to give On motion of Mr. Maloney, Senate resolution to provide for the to an impartial and candid hearing and any Twenty-five miles of the road is in operation and i "WwniAS.: Tim private interest- t

:;.:;1', bonds payment of certificates issued for interest due on scrip issued underan attempt made to prejudic the public mind one doing a fair business.!! i the rid L Yulec appears of the afiaii to W of UK tlnmd

:>::, Was read the second time. act to provide for the payment of CapU Sparkman, Parker's and way: or the other i tam in the highest degree reprchcnIblc. The indebtedness of the Comany] is a little over manageineut, than i* cuuninttiit with one

r ,.::: Mr. Evan moved to amend said bill so as to excludgo Washing. other volunteer companies for services rendered in the year 1849, The difficulties connected with ihe Fla. Rail $ OOOoO. The assets arc, county bond,on hand vote his.entire time and attention

;"h-;. ton County from the operation thereof; approved January 7, 1853, was referred to the Committee on Finance road, which brought him here, ore now the subject and unpaid subscription, $172/00.; cne-la1 intt're&t j I (.Cthe State wIdth bal honored .
6_ Which amendment lost. and Public Accounts. parliamentary investigation, and there:can be, it iu the Tallahassee Railroad teSt. Mark; 25 miles in the United Sute Senate ;

Mr. Slatke. moved to amend said said bill so as to exclude the Senate bill to be entitled an act to legalize the will of Christian seems to us, no well founded objection to hU: personal of road: in operation with a superabundance of | OR nt/o,6 Rtpl"tn"tir.1 it rttolrtd of the Slat by the of tit Sn

I Counties of Yolus-ia! and Washington from the operation thereof; Spill-nan of Santa Rosa county, presence that he may vindicate and protect rolling Mock for present purjoses ; 46 miles more I al ..lUtJtconl'tHe. That"iMrid I

Which amendment was lost." Was read the second time and ordered for a third] reading on to I the interests of a public work which i is in progressof graded and the balance ((33)) under contract, to be qu Ih.J resign to the Governors

.. ;-_ On motion of Mr. Williams of Leon, the bill was referred to a select morrow.A development under his chief direction. To withhold paid for in )lands,; 2 0WO acres of land nnappro- :j s"A in the I..nlt of the United St
S committee of 'live. bill to be entitled an act explanatory of an act to amend an act I a concession of this right under any circumstances priated ; $SlOO0 Internal luproTcment bonds on I'' Assembly I})till said cat more w.t
This 5 is of the
:. The Speaker announced the following gentlemen! as members of to incorporate the town of Jacksonville, would dotroy the equipoise in the scales hand and authority to i issue $1.00 per mile of Internal a 1bti,1 copy reMpears '

.55S.. said committee, to-wit: Messrs.I Maloney! Davidson, Williams, Gil. Was, on motion of Mr. Barrett, read a second time by its title. justice and reflect dishonor upon those whose Improvement bonds for purchase of iron and on the printed journal of the i
Mr. Barrett moved that said bill be laid on the table ; I Upon this rt'slutiul the nuthor I
lis and Evans. .
:- province it i is to look after the public interests equipments.The
bill be entitled amend Which motion was carried and the bill laid on the table. ptlun/inrj speeches, hivh. a* yon -
'v On motion of :Mr. Kennn, the to an act to through a fair and impartial medium. bridge across the Suwannee rij>> !
bill be entitled act to provide for the of Vlditors are generally .cou d andathing'
the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Compa. Senate to an payment -4 :
an act to incorporate We desire to see the allegations against the Florida contract and much made \ lie followed th
hack its second and recommitted to the costs by Plaintiffs in certain cases, prog(1 : "a by
on reading,
nv, was placed tion, to be paid for bud. *f j
Company thoroughly investigated .
Railnjld Sumter, a man of ability, but who
Was read the second time and ordered for a third reading on to-
-\ Committee on Corpoiations. The most cannot doubt j I
with unmlrictfd latitude of prosecution and de- skeptical now itmt St. evidenced
for bad
' :' Resolution pro\ll rg for the adjournment of the General Assembly morrow.A Marks will connected railroad company, as I by
fence, that the public obtain a knowledge of b by through
may:
the nale of the Columbia Senator.
.5 bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act con-
next
the 11th January
,
: on day lahassee, with the Atlantic ni Jacksonville and
all the facts which will serve to allay the public Tal-I The the resolution remaii
Replevin f.te o
Was reatllhe second time. cerning nendina.
. Mr. Coffee moved flat the rule be waived, and the resolution put Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third cxeitement and remove obstructions in the way of After the two members referred to
The President's referred
to Committee
wn
report a
of of Railroads.
early completion oar
reading on to-morrow. an system their hearts' content the Senate f
upon Which its third motion reading was lost. A bill to be entitled an act to repeal an act approved January 5, The present Legislature have labored effectively consisting of Gen.JJJy Thompson, Judge I' indefinitely postponed the matter.
McGchce Kev. R. J. Mav Ir. D. a
with the Indians and faithfully thus far promote the welfafS of Eppes, Now, Messrs. Editors, is there not
Ordered that the resolution be engrossed for a third reading on ISj3, entitled an act to prevent trading t .
: andS.
Lawrence Tooke Smith
to-morrow. Was read the second time. our State and we trust that nothing will be done Walker, Carraway puUive) to the feeling of every Lone

The bill to be entitled an act to authorize W. Rogers to establish Mr. :McNeill\ moved( that said bill be laid on the table ; of a partizan or personal character to detract from B. Tomas, E"lr. I manifestations of party and Sndivit

the Ft. Johns River, Which motion was lost. the merit thereof. Tliis Committee reported to the meeting the next That which i ii every man-c
Ferry on e'Rr0
a
.
',k. Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a Mr. Starke offered the following amendment to the bill : ---- -- .- day concurring in the opinion that the assets of assailed in the person of Mr. Yulcc,i
" Amend after the word "effect" the words "or The Floridian and Journal the Company were ample for the completion of the
third time on to--i i::-.:' A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act providing new modes the settlement of white persons within the Indian reserve." We present our readers to-day with the first number road. They recommended a wile of the ComranysJand character the occasion f.r exhibitiot

-:.b, of investing tile School Fund, Also amend by adding at the conclusion of the bill the following of another volume of the tloridian Journal, .-*, and that the Directors.use all I impotent fpitc. TIle i people of Fl

, S ,. Was red:;' the second time, and on motion of 1\1 Maloney: was words : Provided, that no Indian shall he deprived of the habitationof a paper which has been a weekly visitor to some of the Company to pay off their indebtedness. end of the Stale to the other, wi

,;; f refered to the committee on Schools and Colleges. fields of which he may be in possession. of it subscribers during the whole series of years They recommend that the assent of the Company ay defence tf that c1.racer; bet

." On motion of Mr. :McNeill\ Mr. Davidson was added to the Committee Pending which, Mr. Erwin moved that this House adjourn until since its commencement in 1832. The paper has be given, on fair terms, to a connection with a road the allegation were made again

'ai!i:; ; on Schools and Colleges. to-morrow morning 10 o'clock, whereupon the Yeas and Nays were always enjoyed a goodly share of popular favor from Georg" East of the Alapaha, and to a road Railroad, ytt was he indirectly ins

Preamble and resolution calling upon the Attorney General for called for by Messrs Ingram and Barrett, upon which the vote was : and the proprietors tender their thanks to the large from \ of Quincy to the Georgia line in and it wa right and proper and ei

\ iiis opinion in relation; to State, and County Taxes on certain; lands Yeas-Messrs. Brevard, Campbell, Erwin, Evans, Hunt, Vogt, circle of its friends for the kindness they have the direction of Bainbridge, with a view to a connection should respond personally Had hi

Bt:_ ..' claimed- as not belonmnj* to the State, Williams of Escambia-7.. .. .. .. manifested heretofore in extending its circulation, with the Southwestern Railroad. ; but thatif self, lila enrmi* would hai rf ionic
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Was read the second time, and ordered to be engrossed for a ISays--31r. speaker, Messrs. IJarrett, bird, roxsn, Christie Ool- RDo it will b their endeavor t dt'serv their sup- the Main Trunk ;. built tl. lower surveyed as proof of ijuilt, while his presence I

I third reading on to-morrow. fee, Davidson, Frink, Gillis, Heermans, Hughey, Ingram, Kenan, port and encouragement during the present year. route, I Florida should never consent to a M already Mi 5wn, to inspire them

ttX The rule having been waived.: ". Wi :ins introduced a bill to be Maloney, McKinnon, McNeill, Nicks, Richardson, Roberts, Robinson The tloridian d Journal will, a it always) has connection with Georgia at any jioint" There and increa. .ing bitterness. The Ir

entitled an act. to amend the act establishing the ad valorem system Smith, Starke, Whitfield, Wiggins and Yon-25. done, continue to speak out firmly its opinions were other lel important rt'comnlendaton8'he sonal defence is allowed to the mc

- of taxation. So the motion was lost without fear or favor, and it will be our endeavorto Committee's report was concurred in by the while the' Mine step is construed

___ On motion of Mr. Wiggins, the rule was waived, and the bill read Mr. Frink moved that this House adjourn until to-morrow morning make a first class journal, one worthy the continued meeting.A offence in Mr. Yulee. Such is the i
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:: n first and second lime by its title, and referred to the Committee on at fifty minutes past: 0) o'clock patronage of its friends. letter was received from Mr. C.bell, tendering malice. -

; Taxation and Revenue. Which motion was adopted, and the House adjourned until fifty We feel that journalism Is e especially important I his resignation a President of the Company.On Hut, Messrs. Editor, these moved

I' The rule having been waived, :Mr.\ Whitfield, from the Committee minutes past nine o'clock to-morrow morning. in this country where, in a great measure it controls motion of GeL Pope, the thanks of the Company be dismtstcd with this brief noti
t
on Internal Improvements, made the following repoit : and guides public opinion instead of echoing w ere tendered to Mr. Cabell for the efficient a part of the scheme to divide LIe I

The Committee on Internal Improvements, to whom was referred it; for the aWe editor under out institutions has a manner in which he had conducted the affairs of ty of thu State and are "apged on
- : a"' Resolution relttive to the improvement of the Suwannee River," :Mr.\ Barrett, from the same Committee, made the following dissenting potency and a privilege elsewhere denied even in the Company.The intriguing whose n tnr.
.wirepuler.
.nd also a Resolution asking aid to improve the Navigation of the report : Great Britain, where as large license of speech is taxable property of the County of Madison of cunning *nd hypocrisy. I Lu
tawhatchie River The undersigned being compelled lo differ in opinion from the France in times was the reduced the formation
allowed a here. fst. baring been materially by this subject which hall be givensoon.
views expressed in the majority report of the Special Committee, chosen realm of journalism, but, the influence Taylor and Lafayette counties, it was resolved, Sufficient for the to
REPORT : appointed to take under consideration a bill to be entitled, &c., the of select committee, tlat!: present .
of her present despotic government liberty on the recommendation a fortunate difficulty connected witi
for the of the Acts and Resolutions
An act to
provide publication
of unlicensed printing has been abridged and con subscription Madison b reduced to a amount Railroad hat been seized upon by
her of said resolutions should of the General Assembly in the several newspapers in the State, i
i ; pass.v fined within the limit to which a rigid censorship proportionate t the present taxable property of the Democracy as a means of foment
entitled to great consideration ; but begs leave to submit the following report : I must restrict it In Europe, the press brt'athe an the county )leaving the Company to look to Taylor rendering division certain. The ii
That the in the are more than I
objections urged majority report
Fund under
the
protement existing I I atmosphere of prejudice and of caste. It is radical and Lafayette for the residue of her subscription, however, of* more favorable char*?
Bill the effect
counterbalanced by the fact, that should the ,
S administration of the fund pass
c the proper management of it, untrammcKedsbing would necessarily be to diffuse more generally among the people of !, when it would b free-it I licentious when it provided Madison will pay up the amount to which is reason to. hope that Democrat can
would independent; for, in a society which the subscription was reduced. extraneous question with.
r' an
the State a correct idea of the nature and operation of- our laws. b upon
doctrine in favor of the privileged I Several discussed for completing the th,
teaches a plans were that difference to interfere with
committee have
which of the
The practically
the Internal Improvement act single ground upon a majority
I few, it is the idlest of talk to ad1'ol the rolL One was, that the) counties surrender their lations. The Governor has di.ebarf l rf
i
.entioncd in it beyond the control of thought proper to report adversely to the bill, viz : 'that thereby the ,
the without the same time intisting stock to a company of individuals on condition that. the. whole matter lo the C
the legislators of that day that S'ale would be put to large; expense, becomes w&ak.hfn it i i. considered equality many a I referring
4 i by ; the abolition of those fundamental principles I the Road te completed and put ia two and the in that) bod;
have on lily,
.ould be adopted, nnd all said lands txarrymg that to become good citizens, men must ample opportunities oprto Dfmont I
r. out of that system, the fund to inform themselves of the nature and operations of our "hO existence constitutes the absurdity.But I I years; while this. proposition met vih Dlh favor !!' constitnents t determine It S".J11

r .cighhorliood improvements or compara. Statutes. And the vari.'usauodifications through which they are continually here, everything conspires to give the press 1 I the county representatives did not feel authorized ; dance witli. >stic. ad 5pJjghtefltd p

*" *, It was also thought that capitalist, passing. How nviny: men are there in the State, who notwithstanding I and its conductors their true position and t make I to vote for it I was elated that a company could j ting upon tLU principh'J the d rHul .

S S*ees, would feel assured I good intenfens, are led to the violation of Laws the former the medium of the wants and wishes of : and would b formed immediately who would give ;, t fcture harmony and es trc .

a f them would be I I, through ignorance of their existence! t Appreciations are daily the many. and not the few. The editor should Lethe I l the rropr guarantee for the early completion of coo ions hope of oDr enemi '

: *:vert them : male: by the General Assembly, which are not properly considered faithful representative of no class or clique but I the rod. I ISS

n(, and many of them to fay the least of doubtful propriety. To of a constituency as numerous a his readers-of a I, A resolution was adopted instructing the Board 'Fllbaa&er JoTflea'A"SIGJOJ

$: 'uarv, the expenditure. recommended here the objections are of such a nature j district .wide a the area of his country. I of Director t offer every inducement in lljjfa pow ( er 23nf"t'H

; !lie;. as not materially in the opinion of- the undersigned to affect should be at once his privilege and pride to represent I I er to our own citizens, interested in the Intension tha" ., \ tie ID WaluDg

all the expediency of the law. things ci they arc, net to be made the ready of the road, to make advances of money to be ap the.fe arnl c I u

---LAs-- KesrefjUK'.rr; !cc'. F C BARRETT. i ":": .t ef attc's f';!! !'tct place, c!"! ruit! te the f.J"c" ei.'re ;""'. 01 t

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some time and bad terernl inIndiana Capilal Prize} $.50,000 C O M P A X Y. I

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I1tt at Iiis, camp from as ninny as -- TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS U. S. IlIILIXE.. as- -

fig likeljwarrions the! oldest, I I 0' l
|>III'ions the "Old Man" Ixinga Change of Schedule. I NOTiri: TO TIII ITHLIC! D H. 1' J.J OUR LEE The are respectfully- -informed that the! \ I .

l all that lie o.uld gutlicr in fre- --0- .A S the members of our firm Ion'.. by way of pur- I "A Y OULD return his giNlelul ..icknowUclgementJT public o
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i* with tlutn, lie !. ronvincfdat -TX chase become the owuerof the grants chartered T to lht 'lliut of Southern Georgia auJ Mid STEAMSHIPS ,

I fifty of them and probably I: THE Department having ordered a daily mail aer- by the States cf Delaware Kentucky, Missouri aud I dIe and East }'Io iJa. for the very liberal patronage I AND o r ''
between '
>n as hi* informants after the
:) g to make an liinile:
S, lotlitionof naints\ th.*,' lx-eum IIl'L: 9. a* follows: we have' deemed ;it expedient to chance! the name of I sits ni those m-ctions of country, and has mAce such I leave New Orleans and lie various: Flor.-: l

. vcJ. Tln-y. wire w"('H" dresf...d.or : On the Pen. 5f (;eo. Railroad : our fiim. OK and after January Itt 1859: to that of arrangements: with Inln f\cturt of Dent t T ida Ports, a p-r following Schedule: I L ',j. :

and in cvtfy ajseeuud to I Leave: Tallahaocee WOOD. EDDY It: CO, who! will hereafter have: the als. North a* to enable put up FULL sett of ,
daily at..4 M. the A 29th
p. I Leave New Orleans 15th.
- on
eh the comforts of Iif'. They Arrive at Walker'. Mill by..5 30 P. M. management of the Sparta: Academy Lottery, and Uelh, in any of the poptlar mo.el. at from fifty to Arrive at PonsacoU. on the 16th 80th.I ARE now receiving a Jn"and.fr,sb supply of _-.
" Ireir and children! others above named. lunrfrei dollars less than i fort I J I variety ofartic1e by Dru.giaU.
:. equnws were Leave Walker' Mill daily at..8. A. M. the as out usually charged Leave Pcnracola on the tame da}*. ey ry kept
line\ fypret*. hence they "ere III all transactions hare endeavored to conductour in the South I.e what he s,) and p LA XTERS. pnrsiciA. !
Arrive Tallahassee by .. .. .9.80' A. 51. we Mime ; ( mean sa) I Arrive at Aptilachicola oq the 17lh If 31st or ht.I I ..
. It dibloxJgod.or business! with intccrity and promptness! and we them t to be BE.ttrnriL and .
guarantee will at tLw ectabbalainent
Connecting atValkeis Mill with Post Coaches viaMotititeil 8 PRABLE Leave Apaldle.la on the same days. t. ant o't",1 alway fin a
-- .- 111 I ) ., to Albany every evening of the week!: excepting can assure the public that the patronage heretofore sr.RTK-EABLE as can be put up North or :South I Arrive at St M.rk on the 18th A 1st or 2J. :. supply .f every thing N to oar line and one* _
\ bestowed well of beiiigtransfeiredto in need of his by "
the Florida Conferencefor and twice week withCoacbe on us is deserving Tlmse service, can, droppiuC Anole Leave St. on Fame day. tie liberal term o4 they can be had in any Southern '

1829. I *Sunday running to Madison a Alligator connecting Baldwin and our Successors. Very respectfully, CO. to him nt either 1'nLcellu or Madison, J'la .Arrive lt Mark.. Key u tLc l9th A ?d or 3J. I Market Order by Mail: or otherwise promptly attended .
S. SWAN: have the work done, sod tune to it before
I paying Cited
test anti with if
to jl- correcting
cam as
Jackioui ill0. I Leave Cedar Key on the same day I
-S. P. Richardson, P. E: Augusta Ga.. Dec. 15. 1858. for it.t i ustomers. T. Cai'h and _
Man.ee the SOth 4th. by .
Arrive at Tampa or pt-rsonally
I lurha"e
I A. HrAnoh.w On the Tallahassee. b'st if J J .
Railroad ----- --- The references given
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desired in <
'rcn. V. C. CaLnon lrOOD JJJ) 1- ,, ('0., Managers, Leave Mmiatee & Tampa on the same dajs. prt'iiit-tiifle Invert we fe "f.tt "yin j we
*up f & 25, 1858. 5PREE
Leave Tallahassee daily (except Sunday) Arrive at Key West on the 21t & -hIS or 5th. 1 can give lienS entire Slti fIClivD ( STOCK ompi YI

I I'NTownviul II at. .. . .. . .. . .10 A.M.Ariive Successors to S. SWAN & CO. FUEL Key West on the 12th and 26th. ises- t-I.I .

I at 1 St.: Mark by. . .. .. 11.25 A. M. ----- -- -- lan Atiy at Manatee A Tampa on the 13th L 27U I Drugs. FSIcts, I'Putty. ".

r 'a. \Anderson I Leave 1.. Mark daily (except Sunday) TilE following Scheme will be drawn by WOOD, FOR THE MILLION Manatee
Pratt. at. . . .. . . .. .. 2.15 P.M. A Co., Managers of the Sparta: Acade. Lave at Cedar Key ou the Uth A: 23tli.LcjTe I Dye Stuff. Cmnphine.
..Towtrs L MtCoc.k. 'I Anivc. at Tallahassee at. .. .. . 3.30 1' 51. my Lotteiy in each *f their Single Number Lotteries IN the "clejriug" of J. II. Randolph, 4 i miles N.. Cedar Key on the lame d.ivs. Ciemiea Perfumery, Varnishes. I Glass Ware. t
W.oftown. I
M cK Connecting with Pof Coach t<* New Port on arrival for January. 1859, at Augusta Georgia, in pub. I Arrive at St Mark on the 15th 2?tb. I Window Glaa*. It.
Fine
Tvdings.O. 25. 1858. 52 Soapa.
lie, under I the superintendence of Commissioners. Delembr
of.: and which returns before the di-paiture of the Lease St. Marks on same day*. add flair Tlauufftetured Tobacco.P.iteot (
Tooth .
WFgg.vnrtr. I Ffoi I l
\\: Train; and with the line of Mail\ :Steamers: U>tnc(.nNew Class 1 Draw SuturJny, January 1. 1859. Sale iws'poncd until 1st Monday in January. Arrive at palacbicrln on the ICth d SOth. I Brushes, Medicines. .
I Oilennp. West and ClaIM :2 })ralr6 Saturday, January 8. 1859. >
Cuba. and the
Key intermediate Leave
t day
: on same
C I31i: .. Apalachic-ola t Fine
Paint Brushes.Surgical .
-a W'K>.3Wrry.< P E. .jxiints on the Gulf arriving at St. Marks,on their way Clan 'A Jiratr tialitrJay, January 1 15. 1859. Tax Collector's Sale. Anive at Pensacola on the 17th A Slat or let I Jayaol Srs ,h

arid II uJlUell. to KVy Wrkt ou the 18th and l.-t and !n.1 of each I ('Lau 4 Jr4" Saturel,, ., January :'i'l.! 1859. Leave Pensacola on the 11th or 31st or 2d.AMve Instrmf'nf. Mei in ChC. Jt
Class 5 Draws 29\ 1808.;:; be sold for State. County and Railroad suited to Plantation and Family use. .
.I 0. 15. 'tllndle',.. I month aud arriving; St. Marks on their way toct.w Kalunlny January >"TIL for 1858. before the Court.bouse door, at New Orleans t>n the JjSth A let or 2J. U -
l : Uileans the 15th and S'.Uh of .ich month.Whenever laell TU GALVESTON MAGNOLIA wiileach. make ALSO .
..-J4 G. CliilJ.. W. A. iHall.. OX THE PLAN SINGLE NUMBER in the city of legal hours, on d 'if
in-W. J. Du il. A. \\". llarri. these day come (lU Sunday the Train Monday the 1'1IaLlss"e.iom day r neat the follcXvmg an extra tiip ApalachicolaorontLly'. PUKE tfIXE3 i. BEASDIES-for fctDici:*!. purposes I
will! run ou that tar to connect.iUUAUD : D'CeJI Leave New Orleans the Gth A Zd.I I
v.-T. C Column. I 50,000 Tickets lands l lying within the county of Leon tit-wit: on D. II AMES M. LIVELY.Oct. lI
HOUSTOUN; Arrive at the 7th A 23d. t
-W. P. O'Kane Apalachioola on : 19. 1853. 42
The S W i of N E i, of Section 33, Towuship 1. R.
: I'. M-'rl.",1., Presl. 5,510 PKIXES1 Leave Apalarhicola on the 9th A 24th. ---- -- -
-
c.1" Sup't.I 1, N t W, containing 40 acres more or less. Own
1 J ron..., January 1. I lb;;3. 1 NEARLY ONE PKIZE DEMILLY I Ariive at New Orleans on the 10th A: 25th. I r
t I TO EVERY NINE TICKEUTS!IJfAGfIFICEXT do name nut L. C. ,
Ino\l.
u n_ __ ___ DANIEL LADD, Agent. AfTG
Uatb.t. Tax Collector.
47-5w
Nov. 20,
: he sup1.leJ The sJIthIIE: 1:58. I Tng under tc Jo all kind
Annual Fin.
. F. Laiacr. Meetings Q3 The abovo sale is postponed to tho Newport, work iu hi* line, such as-
TO BE DIUEACU SATT&nAT IX JANUARY I December 18. 1858. 61 -
Griilio.Awnt ,F' THE STOCKHOLDERS: { of the I ..i"n Bank first Monday in January next. 'I '
O House and ': Gu i
1 Prize of. 50.000' ( i 10 Prizes of. .?900 Sign Carriage Painting :
AnM-man 1m! :. Sseicty. of Florida will I be hell\ Ht itS .oilic- iu FallalMHKee --, ----- -

-\c-. :\i. K..uu,'Jy.r P. K.e (4i Monday the ecvei.ln: <1.&\. of Ft-l-iuary next. 1"1" 20.000 10,000 10"10 _. .700 800 In tl Circuit Court of Jtjfcrson county, Fla. Georgia Military Institute. : ding, Graininf Glazing{ 4c. :_ i

Mcnd.-n. I tG. LNciLI H, CII -h. ; Administratrix GEORGIA MILITARY INSTITUTE hav- He will also keep on !n.. MIXED ISTS. -
1" 5.000 10 600 June Windham ,)) rpHE :1 o
Stewart, I January 1. 1S.' : I Windham deceased been made a STATE INSTITUTION: the New all (1"r8. which l<* will heap for catli. Shopthree !
1" 4.000 50 500 lf Benjamin -
-D.: Robert*. Board of Trustees his north of the Church. 3
I ----- --- appointed by the i doors Presbyterian
II III IIor. 1" 3.000 50 SOO t F.celency.
".. ,IL Miss.Thonu-J.' Kart. STRAW GOODS; 1" -- 1.500"I\ 100 175 ,. Bill for Relief. Governor, have recently re-vrgauize-l electing (j. A. BALL, I
I Ir.
' I. R Darmtt.j. *.. !j FOR THE SPRING TRADE OF 10" 1.000 | :225!:! 100 /,leo.Windham and distributees aud the of Other Benjamin the Col.following A. V. BtCMBr officers,: Superintendent and Professor Tallabasee Dee. 11, 1853. 60StCigai's :

I j. IItndt.r.on. t tI Approximation Pnz<*. of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy.
1.QS Windham deceased. Tobacco &c.
*. C. 2 4 Pnze of$-100 uppro'g.> $50.000 are J 1.600 ,
Cdllifr. P. lI..lmrll, .. prize Capt. THOMAS R. MCCOaNLLL, Commandant of Cades ,
J. 1C. Clover GEORGE H. JEJIIAL 4 300" 20000 1.200 A LL persona interested in the Estate. of Benjamin
I 1.1.I 4- READ aud Professor of Engineering. '
J.Windman, deceased late ot the of Jef-- A LOToftnelavanaCAr
L F. SiiCiL.i 4 :!50" 10.000 1,200 county Rev. Joii.v W. Chaplain and Professor of
Imiwrlcr, Manufactures. Jf Wholesale Dealers and State of Florida, notified D\KiB. .L:1.: : TOD.\CO.
. I i ,,\. Mytrs, 4 225" :>.000" 900 feison! are hcieby to .

: Cilr.1 j: 50 Warren and IrJO! Chamber Streets, 4 200" 4.009" 600 AI8\\'er. plead to, or demur to the bill of Ctrpliiut EDgl"h. Lt..rature. :( : Professor of FiendS and Histo- November tale b. 1858. 6.47-8t t J :EGSNISS.

;. r..ll'\'fit..r. Ncir York.-Factory UbS, :y.)0) and 3i)2): 4 0 150" 3.000" 61JO in the above stated case, on (before the frst 1..n

1. W.hliD, Kroadu-ay Albany N. Y.: 4" 1 00" t.riOO. tOO day in April. A. D., lb5'J, or the bill will rJCapt.. R. S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics. .
I C"3I. Silks at Cost for Cash.
DatKJ. 5.000 prizes of 20 are .. .. .. . 100.000 a ctnfus1 : .

W. Mills', P. E. HAVE the pleasure of announcing; to their friend I ,, This order be published for the space S. Z. Rrrr, Assistant Professor of Mathematics C. WILSON offers his entire SrrXx of F .

. K. Tiirnir.iSliain the trade that they hjpe now in More a 5,510 Prizes amounting to.{320,000: of three months next, before the said first Monday in Cart Natural Philosophy.Dr. 1)4 CY SILR3 at Cost fur Consisting AN-
\\11tan. Complete and magnificent! "rtrutnt of good in April, 1859, in some published at the C.eb -
I WHOLE TICKETS! ?IO; HALVE ?5 ; QCARTEKS $2$i. I newspaper A. CONSELL ;
Surgeon. Quille.
a
their line, of their Bnvaiiiere
own importation, manufacture and city of Tallahassee. Robl Stripl.

lt.e.urpJit'ri'.lrr the 20th of February. atwhch u
commence ou Volante.ovember .
11, the season, evcrvtilin new and deeirable. a* it opjHf.Ts. It tnt to any out Jt+truut ff'retiring il. .3 1858. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge.A 181t. | .
time for admission will examined I ;
r. )I..eo.-\;:. besides the" introduction of original; sUlc-ii cftheir -:0-:: true copy from the Minutes by the applica-itu Academic Board. bi 6, 1853. 4Sheris

\. Cat-ruth, own d..in.: Certificate of Package will be sold at the follow JOHN WEST, Clerb. During the addit'onal buldings have I -
Ja1.n They would also call attention to th'ir"erv .. I December 25. 1853. :> present year Sale
; superior rate! which is the risk: 2-30 been erected nod ample and excellent scientific ,
and extensive stock of -- -- -- -
Ap
1Wi11i me. I Certificates oi Package of 10 Whole Ticket: $80 puratus puichased.thus rendering the tucilities for 1st ] NEXT.
.. .. For New York !
A. M-C*fk. J. Caraway tOJ" m 10 Half 40 and instruction of Cadet
greater
accommoJllivl virtue of a writ of fieri facia, issued from
Hats
I'iIritne and ..
I Caps 10 Quarter 50 rpIIEimiGSUWANNEE[ HOSVEK will tfg- than they bate heietofore been. B the Clerk' office of Leon Circuit wherein
L h1'l"-' 0 0 10 10 _!_ sail with despatch for the above port-, iS Court
all Eighth Sr
to
Adapted wants, all I"etiullti. and all IMt,-!"- TERMS: Ashley J. Tipping. GuarJi is and
-.J. >L X. Ix Plainlif
-J. J. IirLaral2..LViggiit.we.M3i i I B..&.i.l...,. the old rtan jard Mjles manufactured expreMily In ordering Tickets. or Cei tificates. enclose the For freight or passage McNAUGHT applv to Capbln board, or Board, tuition, fuel, washing ghl'. and all other II. Archer O. S. Burroughs and n.c ,

. .. % for the Southern market they luve all the New money to our address! for the Ticket ordered on reCeipt to December 1858\ t ORMOND. Institute charges fur one session of fire mouths, are Defendants, I have levied upon and will expose
yolk f.ishiotiable : and othc-is of which will he forwarded first mail 18. __ 51__Newport, Fla. within hour before
W. ( c\Itc.'r. P. II atyks many to it they they by : $112 50 paid in advauce. for vale legal the Court housedoor
I now present for the first tim, and which but Purchasers: can have tickets ending in figure in the of Tallahassee the first
P. mil fl.1hatof'alae, cannot any they FIRE INSURANCE A medical fee of *5 per acnum ij required to be city o Monday
; I nifet the desire: of merchants throughout< the coun mav Jo!.l tlale. paid in advance.No in (the 7th.) February 1859 tbe tillowirig iT"sdi(

-U lie upplicJ,J. O.lliAnW.tJup. try. The List of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will b* STATE FIRE AND 3I.1RI.\E l.\URAM'E CO. other charges will be made fur medical services property, to-wit: LOts 28 and SI, ift S E }.

. C. J-rJ.in. STKAW HATS sent In pure-havers immediately( after the, drawing., I PENNSYLVANIA. rendered to Cadets.C'pies tit/u 1, Township 1, flange 1. 8.t: W. containing *

I 4-I* J K. Cl1c". I In this depnrtmtiit.: among the leading (>t\Ics f ill' :T Purchasers W ill jicase write their signatur; I of the Regulations and Catalogues of the acres more or le-w. Levied upon n!the pr-or-
I plain. and give 'Jioir Post Office, County; and! against loss by Fire on the u ual: terms.F. said defendants and to cold to '
J Af.. {arson. be fuuu Slate.// II. *
Rememlx-r that
Kt-nncdr I l'alin I MaracaiV. E2? every Prize I:* FLAGCJ Agent. writ of fieri fras see ;1'''
.
in full without deduction. Tallahassee December 18, 1858. 61 .
.ft. :\Ii'i-w.: E.IWYd. I C.inad.i Straw, I Coracoa payable Younjj men from other State&.will as heretofore, j

. !-.-W. J. Iavi... Ortnda :Sell Ventilating: rAll: ? ..rilt'l'.f 1,000 and under paid imraedialtly I Potatoes Onions; -&c-- I be nJmitt..c as Cadets. c

Ii-.J.i T. 'toeltonI I Canton. II I Leghorn. after the drawing-other, prizes at the usual; is located at eec of '' S ,., ..
:. I ; time of thirty d.iys.NOTirn DL.planting Potatoes ; and Maett ivy"i- _. '
healthful I.
, A. Or"ii.J. I Luton. i Panama: I '0 highest most I i .rT" "
-. Ilenuningway. i iiinan PuzzleBraid, Payal.8eo ). : TO roTHlKM'OADKXTS 5 Onion A. N. sZfrt of Trustees.December -
; rON I I3 AI I ELSAND
Just received from New Yoik. and for sale 6
by
: .t.ott... i| Everett.English : Those who prefer not ndinij:: money by mail can ; j J5 T9t '
tra: n.f'r.l l to Tmnf* A. n..t J. MEU1NNISS.DeeemWr .
.' ee ; !' Djnstable; J une Iht Ailatnn l.J-/r" t'auij-any, whereby money i : -r-----.: i
I !;i.. Denni- Lvne t., \!\al..m.-I T. tll'r wlib I Fancy Bi'aul*. of all the diffret.tehiapes f.'r 1 Ticket in sums oi( f I 10, and upward! can be sent .I 18. tR!R. Sl-6t __' ._ -
\ -o-
treaty and T. X. ths..liwrloeitc4.| i, ,". ('olnu. and jaahtjc, in us at our ri-k and expense: from any city or town .' ey 'VVo1; SA
, ual: Co'ufcrrnco to UI I..1J at MiTVfoiif '! grIst variety.LADIES' where they have an office. The money and order I HEAD QUARTERS UR Bank of Columbus, Ga.D. JLLNTY g,1 SYUUP aud'

AMI .MI.SMS'HONETS : must be enclosed in a "Goveinment Poet Office ADAMS, Catili., 'M.II. YOU, ProM. __1. for sale AI.SO-coarse i>r fine K-

. ------ j HLOUMEKS, VLATS, j-c. stamped' envelopor the Eiprcts; Company cannot I CHEAP t1 & GOODriages. Cash Capital!. $ 00. :SALT at LADD'S NewporNov.

isan sr.trryztT Dyers Bonnets, of Silk, Lac. and) Cr.ipe. (,1 S* 1 receive tlwl:!. OOOO 2C. 183S. 47
.
....<>. hntiti ,thf Rmfijit* and the Uti>t Paii!>i.itj Stales with. Straw Ioiuitt! All communications strictly confidential. '
I Address! Ordet fr Tickets Certificate to [ ci S4 rf HE above Agency will at AU times l>e supplied -FISi'SIiTEX1;A1RTALICBURIAL
farlltt Ytar: enJiny Dee. :21: 18.)$. j *.f iheimn-treoeiil F irtigu ami D.>nui.>tio lIIaUlIr1 urt!. or is with on New Yoik, at current rates -.t
several WOOD. EDDY A CO.. Auguta.Oeflrgia.I' IN E Enamelled leather Top Buggies from $110 Exchange ;
By important additions to their I
DR. Millinery FI Also, wii Columbus and Apalacbicula. Bills discounted CAS:
li the f..no\\'in j ,1'I'lrlm..nl, they intend to make that a prominent or, WOOD EDDY & CO.. Atlanta Rrcnrgii.or 1 (lo f 125 ; Without Tops from $SO to $100. at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. : i
paid accounts: Rock.iwajs for 4 from f 125 to 1160.The .
feature in their business I
for the! future. WOOD EDDY & CO Del.tJT" persons Office stairs the Store of T. Betton
,
.due Teachers at Fl.iUa! < WiU.ungion! (up ) over 1
: uuderoigned have on hand the finest and large -
B'oomers and
nrtilnte... .. . .. SIC 63 j' FLU trimmed) and untrimmed, a A list of tbe number '!eecat are drawnfiom t stock of VEHICLES ami HARNESS ever offered Eq.. M. P. ELLIS, Agent : :
rfo Officers In- spicudid assortment of all tie different braid*,shape! the with the amoriait'of Dec. 4, 188. 49 :: ; : o.
p.ii'l to j Co ore:. ctc.AItTIFICIAL. wheel the Prize that each I for Bale iu the Iouther: country which they _Talaha8cc. :
..lant. Clerk AfwM-sors ore in entitled tocPhl'te pubbubed after drawing !
j jl ::_: every warrant, ali the lowest prices. B. Whitehurst
Ili1 1.tt..IMII1.. .. .. 'I:39 ()I) FLOWERS, SPRIGS i in the foJitCwing papers': Augnata' (Geo.; ) ContitutiopsMiMt. j'j Persons wishing.il..llt purchase will be supplied with John '
;
.. Intrli.liiiit.31 'ANI I &l', &.... &c-. RUCHES'// New Orleans Delta. Mobile. Register \ CHARTS Containing our t variety of Vehicle by adJiea ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, -(Roscicood Finished Latest Pa
.ilt1..lIlr&n..r] IrieJ LtforeBlCoJant's Chxffeiton t:1t.nclltlljI.h.ille:
Gazette Allan'a In-
REYNOLDS & CO. .
UMBRELLAS AND sing AIR-HOOT AND 1D :
.. 5TI CIBU
: Court.. .. 15500 I illigeoeer. New York Weekly Day Book Savannah No. 89 Meeting st opposite S. C. J\UAl I.
cry to street C .ntmt" r. Mo t of the above pond, are new and l fich ; MtningNewt, Richmond Dip.itcb. New York Di.. I Charlellon Insttute., TT7"ILL practice in the Circiut Courts of Jackson, A SUPPLY of all sizes kept constantly

1 1858.. ._. ... .. l': O fK> I carefully ntifictured.!. and ncltcte l und r- I patch, Paulding (Miss ) Clarion and Little Rock, December 11, 1<58. BO-4 T T Calhoun. Washington and Holmes ('Outtiel. by T.J. RAWLS, Unties
U'toMrect Contractor forIO7 C. nil supervision,: and .h,e'tJnn.n.1 by t ,,'a!. (Ark..) True Democrat. -- -- and pay special ate tio to collecting. NO\Rbr 20. 1858. 47

I( ,.. ... . ... 1T 8 34 ed l I.KihlKmid: adv.iuitsge-s they are \ fition to Nov. 1-1. 1857. 45-ly 1--- Notice NoVDbcr 27, 1858. 48-ly -

njIcr ca1 IIIIIC!! f.rtrrrtc' 141 tO offer Ullu"nnl!.imliiecmenth.:!' ti I fict'!, nIlJl'r" and 1 -.- _ IX months after dale the un.ler"igned.lun 'ing ItlCIflCAL- NOTICE. ||3 Fall Millinery

fair* to I'ul..lie.I1 .. .01 44rontinjcnt rEf.ttt't'Hull solicit an in4in-it ....m all siio aieitr'ri5 --- <<=: I S administrator of the Estate of James S. Lion, I I

:;.ret due on State Loan 261'f < :; city OF T H KFarmers' late of Leon county deceased, present his. account MISS A.

dvcrti.inir... . . "iooJiljr All) aprroved orb" ..mmBn.] their prompt' I and vouchers to the )OII. Judge'i of Probate for Dr. Wm. J. Carroll, receiving I.( .IEISEREAl, { the

Treasurer on 11t.-' I and fa;thfulrVJ K., tw eLipped wilhoLt de-lay & Exchange Bank I eaid CUnty. and ask for a discharge from said administratio'n. permanently settled near Beas- IS Episcopal church a fashionable! assortment of
'V 1tTe-a. Lt! i....;. \- \\'., 1,4,00, 00 \ D. e. WILSON HAVING Esquire .
... OF CHARLESTON. l his professional l services thecitizens FALL & WINTER MILLINERY.
'a.iicsfr Tax>. 1-inl" Dining; bet of article <>'mpo!inff our Dec 25, 1858. 62-6m Surviving Adt'r.: tendes
and Lt enM c..llf"'tni, __ __ of surrounding country. Office at his which she offers crfEAP to the of Tallahasseeand
: ift 0-: k es attached sent by mail on applica- EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK, NEW L'die
.1 i to pampers.. . ., SIGHT .\ S, AND CHARLESTON, Notice. residence in front of DeWitta old store 1icnily.

*:dos cf tnn /inpiiFwoal ,j- 1. 1839.I l-3w .; No\e"lbr 27,1858. 48-3m : .
FOR SALE. --- ---- Ot 4.-t
__ __ months after date the undersignetT, adminie-
Aeakiaiv.. ,- -- --- SIX -- -. -- --
Sale until 1st in
,_SIIMIteJ: .. . SLI'KKIORBURNING A. DENJIAM. Agent.Tid1siha'e of the Estate of James H. Loon, late of postponed .Monday January

':h- 1':11':; 4I FLUID Dee. 1&5S. 4'J vorchers Leon county to the dte..d.Hon.. wi pr of -ent Probate hs for account said county and- Land & Negroes for Sale. FilES!! GARDEN SFJDS.crc .

:" _
.N c.n han-i
54 and ask for a discharge from said administration. of decree of Leon Circuit
AHHEXTEO FRESH. For tale at the DrugStore Auction Sale IN pursuance I Court ; v ii1 cf iBa/ -
D. C. WILSON, Admfr.December (the undersigned Commissioners will sell :
q"C r %I" ..1 E.; BARNARD.I itertof valuable C..Honl
.501; 4,301) improved l
OF 25. 1858. 52-Gm highest bidder before the Court-bouse door in Tallahassee
I January 1. 1P59 1 l u.l.'in Jefferson county, }., with Mules, GUM DROPS "-
the 5th of December
on Monday day
.. I -- -------- next .
I-1.! fI.lfl I tl.. (,, -- -- ---- C.Ule. Corn }.JJt'r. Plantation Implements. Ac. ; Notice.WILL .
lands
.jiirees : the
following belonging to the
Sale. Also IIS hktly This ant negroes OFALLFLA'ORS .
:In<:e'' frum .u 1.441 05 TaxColleptor's family Negroes. property, be sold before the Court home door at Estate of David I, ceceo'cl, to-wit : The N \
,, heretofore sale, for the _
1': "' ': .11..1. I 168 00 I he sold! for State. Countv. !nd Railroad of !diiiMoii 1 private of the purpose I Jasper on the first Ion.ay in February next. of the S W J. of Set'tiol 3. Township 2, Range ,
\TrJLL effecting a interest of
? _.,; 1.26S' 43 I! for 1858. within l-eil; hours on the first the ,, be ". at jint the the lands.belonging to the of Wm. Stephen, I 2, N .t E ; and the N E i the SEt,of Section 25. FOR COUGHS .AND COLDS !
ou .
--" fy 1RJS.: 2,618 04 I! Monday February next the following:: lands lyingwi'bintheity ; premise uIJ'r.iglt.*. 'i .1 o'clock, on TllUIiS- I late of Hamilton county deceased. Terms made in Township 2, Range 1, N &E.in Leon county containing Jut received at the DReG STOCK cf "

h i'i e Fluiida |I of l.e"ti. to.wit: The N WJ of {DAY. the eomm"dng.t 13th January, 1853.\ known ou day of lalt'. 120 acres more or l..s.; and 1 neg woman EDWARD BARNARD.

J Iittit. 87 SO Section 32iV::! J of N K Jf Section :; .Townllu!, The pnerty| consists of 4jOi: > acres of 118 JAMES H. STEPHENS, Admfr. I Charlotte, ac about 60 years one Toney aged TalahIf2 December 18, 1858. SI .

"- I )'ed liv Inten- 1. Range 2. N & E. Containing 51 I K O acres ir.ore. or ice. Negroes, 3t Mule and Hoisesa stock L'nl.Cattle December 25 1858. 52. ______ about t S year', ore girl Sally aged about 1 C }'car __ __ _
lit 'ourt,. iSO( 00\ I Lot \o 51 l. S of county quarter. City of TnllaLa Hogs and Miecp, Plantation Implements of all kinds --- ----- '--0- one woman liey. nged about 21 y..an. and her in- Seed Oats.

t I-' 364 CM) Notice.S1X fint child., to be sold for cash
...oe. L C.DEM ILLY. Tax Collector.December 6.(HX() } II.11 of Corn, a large lot of Fodder, Hay, negroes ; the land
25, 1853. S---t 'I months on-hiilfcali, and the balance on 12 months credit, BUSHELS Seed Oat,. '
date
:: i'? Peas, Potutoe Ac.Tlie af..r I shell present my final ac )00 ;
, *6,507 38 --- -- and vrith 8 per cent interest to be secured by mortgage Just received and for sale By e ,
in : .unt Hon.
lands lie one body j in the county of Jefferson to the Judge Of Pro '
I I brought down . il.79 S; iIAS. Peter Cooper'sRKKIN 26 miles East. of Tallahassee, and from one to bate of Jftt'r'ol county a* admillistrao.f the EI *. on the land. R. B. HILTON. I IFiCH. l r Oml.' G. & J. fEOI NISS:- : 5 -
December
HUTCHINSON Treautrtr.December : :' ) three miles of the )'111. <(;eo. It R. {.. now in I i tate of Wilam Bellamy, late of said county)', de- SAUNDERS, f 18, 18:8. -
-tJs -- -- ----
31. 185A. operation. There are two settlements I ceased: Bik for a discharge: from said admiuistra- NovmIe 6, 1853. 4 -

t I SHEET AND SHRED ISINGLASS, or plantation, but the lands improve may b 1 1 tion. SMITH SIMK1NS: Admfr.i (Uy'I'be Lands advertised above were sol HardW.S

i A PRIME ARTICLE. into three or four tract*. with a fair proportion of I i December 25, 1858. 52-6m at the time appointed, but the sale of the I RACE CHAINS. Planter Ste l Hoe. Aie.', !

1 ---.J>-- .- -- -__ __ .1 ;7"ERV extensively used l for Blanc Mature, Table cleired land on each, very little; of which bas beeninjured I I Hamlen "rocs postponed to the first Monday in. Jw hinges( Locks, Screws and Carpenters' Tool,
Nathaniel
t Prcember, JOHN CKOMARTIE andngcaton I \ and Wine J lIi,,". and for Jellifying 1 Preserves.! by cultivation. The plantations! are in good I j I I January, 1859.STATE! for tale by W. L.DENNIS&CO.Lloyd .

%oj daughter of the Kev.James I. TIle Shred with directions for using, is put in small urJition'f'r immediate cultivation-ta* SeM) are I j COMMISSION MERCHANT, ) :"Oct 16, 1858. 42NewHats
of Pneximonla T all under good f.nce. the cabins are numerous and ---- -- --
.4he son >pholdMt > Package: for Family Vtf.! and is sold by all the prin
ny.ipcl.tmii ( .rnatic Spaoms f John, ripal Iroceis and Druggist throughout the United all in good "| air. and mostly new; gin houses n wand j No. 38 Pojdras St., New Orleans. OF FLORIDA."VVniEUEAS !

- I tircntj dav.-Ida, aged three mouths I States. PETER COOI' R. commodious! ; good stables, corn house., Ac., j '
;
daIihtcr *l S o'clock and 20 rrlnuUvftsi New York. and a comfortable cottage JWt'lng. with kitchen KEKKRS: TOExCov.Jame- I LARGE lot now opening by .
C i 17 Burling Slip
W. D N IS & co.'Wt .
c |to minutro, P. M. I January 1, 1858. and other out-bouse on .1.1 r.luDtton j :
1-3m )
,
__. E Brome 42
situations and the -
ci ie4ang.tii.( band in band, I OLlTlNDIAN The are remarkably healthy, Gen R. A. [r Tallahassee F. vacancy bias been declared to ex -

I5 [tb**>*e"C inf'nt band; 'I CONSUMPTION TOR.C3T UXCAS AN BRANT, while DOC. l.inda in Middle are well Florida.watered and as productive' IUI any !'1, A. n Noye*, Esq. 1 t .. _. TT i-to by Resolution of the Sl'lste.in the Sixteenth I' : Dennis & Cd: j.
a.John
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It. .
lb. cer ide in time to come, Esq r e\\'prt. Senatorial composed of the Countyof
CURED. Miw.inary the Indians of likely family Iislrc. .
,
The are Negroes
among! Negroes originally Spncf'r. '
'- 0 our Dual borne. B. I the Rocky Mountain,. I.htt'OYerl'JI' them .I J nincy, Fla. Duval I lereby an election
_ _ p. tARE PLANT that to from YirJiuia. plantation Among Llack-smith.are plantation car Gen. Wm. Bailey Jefferson county ?1a.J. l>i>trict, at the legally established! precincts I HAVE C-ftt.! which we offer low fo cash,cotton

- ::sUfPTIO tlf' a certain cure for COIl-umplion.proves pentrl cook and a good f.m-I G Putnam Esq Madison Fla. I thereof, in the manner prescribed by lw. on Monday or Country 1

ARRIED, Bronchiti Anthma Liver Com- sly TERMS SALE.buo-Ir\Dts Tlie lands will he sold for Augustus Steele Esq, Cedar Keys Fla. the 3d.titf of January, A. D. Judge Lloyd, Sept 25. 1859. S9
: h sit, by Rev_ Pjlrinns Landrum CUR ED. or one I Daniel Bell, E.-q.. Hamilton of 1'robfrte ofanid Connty'U directed to the i
plaint.Nervous AfT..et : cbs..rv -
I OCll.Coughs!, fourth cash and the balance in three annual instill county J'la .
( T. ( of Florida, and Mill MARY L.I. requirement of (lila order and made returns ofsaid I
j. Colds tc. Hn, made ItI l Materials '
inj now his went, with interest from date of sale, with approved :I E. ( Thomasvlle. Oct. I Building ;
election to the of the law
I aeon. furtnie.i and retired from busioe! security,or title till last Ed.Seixu.Eq: f Secretary) Stte. a .
CO N SUMPTIOY payment
I rerH. Jack J. MAr h. Duueanville Qeo.Nov. diri-cts. I "HOMASTOY LIME, ss
be will; semi tho prescription ,nJCURED made. The Negroes for cash aud the ; Esq !
direction for is ; 20, 1868. 47Fresh In testimony whereof, I have hereunto et my JL_ Hydraulic Plaster .
preparing' the medi-
I terms to made Cement
ri hable on known
rSMITHING I tine\ free vfrhargt to all who desire ]dav* "of sale.property b on i : 1 hand and caused to be affixed the get seal blind aol Sbuter Hinge \\v -.

it, and will send to bi* agent I For further particulars, addr.'!s% the nderigned, Buckheat SB [EL 5.] of the State of Florida. Done at Capitol 'superior article o< Blind Staple. ._
fllC :SUBSCRIBER iivcsno. in the Tallahassee, this 16th A ui door Locks Bolt ia
city dayof ,
I
CONSUMPTION enclosing two tamp ((6 cents) to E. C. who is DOW Florida 7 RESH Fresh Currant.w"3 variety \
alec 1 that be Ia l opened hi.LflSMIT1i Calell in1'al.ba"t. CIJOY. J
A. D. 1838. .
For tale O.&J.MEGINNISS.November
pay the return letter with a d<*- 1:. C. Ha. 1. uKD. Decel.ber by ,
English at
: M10P again C.\BELL Tllahae : Piclili.
ill the Governor M. S. PERRY
CURED. rption of their symptoms. Tbe IL C. By : 20, 1858. .4'-t
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LIVERT STABLES where be will "a I C. .
$i Governor of
WILOX'S. -- -
J Old Doctor h"* cured more than '. 3t-52 ford
( 25. November 6 135G.
id of PUnUUon and Carnage work. Ie 18.8. i 45 '
v Attest :-F. L
alone. Advances
3000 faft of Coiimmption --- ---- Y'UEMGl"E : '
t. | ALSOJIOEIN'O CONSUMPTION: anti hopes all\ afflicted ptople will Bill for Divorce Secretary State Cah .
51 avail themoelves of this opportuniCURED. ; Bill for Divorce. I December IS. 1858. 51-tde COT01 shippd to OUT Friends in t
MADE
beet
[ 10 the -ery manner Adeline Hftmikoff '
Circuit Court. .
Goolsby J CO.
the| Doctor wishes to do all Ncp ey Hamilton Circuit \.L DEIU3.
as
endeavor to have work ty. I Wiiams
\use every I M. CurL -
I i BY EXPRESS Lloyd !S. 1833.
h before be diu.I *
the [ a
gOod Sept
ein f.
'illl ?
C i disjiAtcli l t ant l to suit customer William A. Gvolsby l } Fall ,
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CONSUMPTION Address aUIf'lIl'r8 "emIUs i Josiah Wniiams. ) Fall Term I --
P. B. BROKAW. I 188. IF'roajcx GNToxKT York j

- I. 1I DANIEL ADEE. IT appearing: thatV.to th. CmI. return t f the i TT apPuiDg to the Court from the return of the I, T ADIESColoied Raglan Cloakt, t\[ ,Gold Pen. .
CURED.I S531 1'.0.. New York, i Sht'rlf.l Golby. the is JL ., .
: IftbdaL. Joeuth Williams, the i is JU Black Circular ;
51ND, ot
found in Df.udant. "idl
1 Who i ia his sold not to county of Hamiltn i* I to be found in EVERY will.a 1t..jlt
agent not the of
NSURANCE.IXSfRlME I therefore raid Wm. A. county to I i i" Black Bombazine. ,. i I }cOUGALL" .
ordtre. tht Guolsby.appearat therefore ordered
I Janu.ryl,1859. 111'il that said Josiah Williams, Orode Rhine. lStS.
I appear ( November 1.
the rule first
!
((00 day)
in ..
--- Monday
the Clerk'
at ( rule I !
ofc. day.) Monday in anJ Whito Silk
o
March l next theu and there to said bill in I tnt r"ucbe -------
I ; I fol1P.tcr.I : : il Negroes for Sale. thereot, tft same will ans..r he taken & i March next there to bill a in ;! Ladies eclorvri Kid GI,, j otI .
1 default pro conj'euo default thereof, the came will taken !: ,
I V'E COMPANY WOMAN. 24 of who is a good It is further ordered that of I b proeonfe.ifo. Linen Trmmingl. (new style) j J"
\ JL4 ONE years age d' a copy this I df. It is further order*1. that copy of this I I French t we.k' (ruin date, the .. "(H .
ol. I
Pp/-
and h"ee servant also order in of the Gazettes Lce Vei. | .lelf
washer one
amtr NI. ; b published public oftliis be in .. SIX .
pub'.iched of
the !
I J"FORD.CO I I one public Gazettes of this Pelerine't, || the Probate cf thrift-_ -
her two children one five furs, the other about six once a week until said in I j Crt Jtfea
: I 3 Stte. firstMonday ; Slate, once a week until said firs! & !
. I it.I $100,000,000 00. Monday in March. Paris Mwtin, ten upon Utaof JoluL.
Ac. aminiti
months of to true
II I age. Apply .0 copy A true !
P. ELLIS, Agent D. a WILSON. J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge Cry J. i TflB It* Articles ban tee thn diy leceived I Tator,1te Jeferl o Ctt. "
88M \ .\ IUCHIRbXtAY1fhheCernt'er ) '-' s
- ( c 49 j December 25. 165S. 6i I December ::, 18::. 5S : Diceraler tS, J: 1LE Ja.e. j j'I,, and Xo\rmlr6.fo Ne a 1S58. 45 C. WILON' |i ;; 15S. -e .


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TUB JTionEaii & JdurnafIs NEW GOODS I TOUGH HOURS I SCHEDULE OF ;RANSFLORIA I WILLIAM P. SLUSSER, Insolvent Estate Notioe- I

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STATE OF .
pnUUUd ev ry SATURDAY, by ?-AT 11IK- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. FIOR1DA.
,IJEFFERSON
RAIL ROAD.
TAMES s. JONES & CHAS. E.: DYKE, CASH STaRE I -- 1..MASVKACTCKEK OF COPPEK.TIX AND SHEET i AV. E WnDS.COUNTIf. sUilf

i -, r I JRO.X \Y WHOLESALE RETAIL i r JLJ 8 ex ofacio. of tIe lIn.t1, .i;"'raf
At Two DOLLAU per annntn, i in advance. t AJ I ARE, XD : Estate cf Joln}: V c "
IN TALLAHASSEE DEALER PLAIN FANCY JAr>MSI> I j Jefferson County. deceased has r..tt *
is
AM filed ;
-0.- I __).- ; : I bate ffice! of JefiVr. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. : WAKE. OuDtl. a written
LATEST STYLES FOR I MlLTO.niATTAIIOOCIIEF, LEAVES FEItXAXDIXA DAILY, i !hat Le believes ttt !tat .r JuLn scg.tc
Om square of 12 Ene.or Ie *.firat insertion $1 00 i SUNDAYS ) Stove Hrail-Qnnrtcr? I insolvent t B. t"'t to t,
each subsequent 60 FALL AND I U. S. Mail Line ( EXCr.PTEl. I A SPLENDID Parlor Therefore notice U
WINTERI and Savannah sortment Cooking. 4t, I given to
arrival of Steamer from Charleston I ,
Professional J ( '
Business Cards '
an ieuerted at ?I 0 per ON for 1 and Wood Stovi. trimmed with neatues claims gainst ail, Estate to .pplj' lat'-c .
with Stige .
at Callahan J
t *
annum. connecting with tile lb. .
-0--- same ofProt.tei" .
Judge
Advert SC-"cck1y ; Trader's Hill and CintreV-)!! ; at Baldwin with durability at reduced prices. I ;;
*emcnt* not marked xritb the number of SILKS AND DELAIXS: or before the 24th e..tu
Leaves Tuesday's and l-'r May's at 10 Stage Tallahassee at Tiail Bridge with Stage Out Door Work. day JaDuary n.xt. II
insertion will be cautioned until forbid and cliurged Poplins and MeValentias Cloths and I .1iltol for ; "ill be a pro-rut. di.lribbtioo aLentLci
Clothing.
accordingly.J3r"Cerlificat. snd Chalhea Domestic and Print a. 1. fur Middleburg; and al< Starke with Stages fer New- Roofing.Ornamental Front Heads, Guttering.Cop I to said Estate, U} ,r the funds lot4rc ;"

; i of publication of legal or estate Ribbons anti Trimmings, Lin.eys and Flannels, t Lcarei ChatlahoocJtee Tuesday's and Saturday' nn""ie. OaihviI4.! Micauopy Fleinington and per aud Tin Conducting Pps. Sheet Lead, Sheet which time the sajd A.the'Creditor, ,! tte,!.. a J

noUvi will But be given until the advertUing fee i i. Embroideries & Hosiery Blanket and Kerseys : after the arriral of tie Steamer fromApalaciirola Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Pump Shop work his final dIICLar,. from the ..fm! viii; a'-plv '
paid. Cloaks LEAVE Stark I'aily. (Sundays rxeepJed ) or arrival of variety done at short notice. Eatate. tli..tr.tHob, .,(..
and Mantillas Hats and every t'tiJ
Caps I and the Stage from Tallahassee 01 Stages, 'f.nnEtino at Frnmiidina: with THOMAS J. CU.-\'I

HOOTS AXD SHOES Fla., and Hainlridge, Ga., Nteamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday, I City and Country merchants July a r, 1858. Judge .f Frt4.:. .

BLACKSMITHING Carpet and Oil Cloths lion and Nail, I AV GOOD Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiidav.. Are!respectfully invited to give me I cl befoie purchasing 19-am .-

j I' Cornice and Curtains, Paints and Oil, nnniS LINE i is TWO-lOISl J.1CJ wn..leStock A. II. COL'Sup't.: I elsewhere. Insolvent ISTATEOFFLIRIEt t
-0- Hardware and Cutlery, FWiriiiif and Rope, j JL has Wen tr"t-rllte Hd.r.new ant cjmfjr- May 1, ISiS. IS ; : N. R All articles manufjctned from the very Estate Notice.
i Crocket and Glas d .(and Kish ; rl'n"'e.J, ------- t and warranted durable. No other -
jOTICE lierehy given that y ware. | I able Hack. The 't'r. are cartful sitter and ac- -5---- 'I arc ,. -
.1.i the BLACCSUITHINO DU NOTICE. le will be offered for sale. I JEFFERSON. COUNtY t .
lCESI GROCERIES AXD FRUIT.A coniinc>datnz.! A liberal allownuce of b. rill \lie continued heretofore I October 20, 1355. 42 TAMES. :
sq 1w't2-p
lowed .
(.1 at the OLD STAND oil). C. WILSON iu "the general assortment ing into Store.of the nnJlff''ri alove articles, at now cam j I \each patfenger.At = I Dr. J. HnfGardner I ---- ------ ------ I II tI ofClarl... W. Dewitt aJnunu.lr"tnr late of Jtfusnn Clf tt. [.ht. '

, name, style aud firm of I : AGENTS: I Wines, Syrups, &c. ; deecaed.Laa filed in the P".ba't hffi, .f o"utt.
LOWEST (
I CASH PRICES I Milton Jill A. Cuavei ING located at "LLOYD." offers hi* PRO- OardBrady. fcparklmgCider co'inty II written 5O'mStiot, that h" ."Ii..J..tT":1I

H. B. Fitts & Co. I FOR CASH OU ITS JQCI\AUSTS Geneva Ala. W. D. }loxloJ nAV IXA SLRVICES to the Citizens of the place OLD Olc Port Juice, tate If Charles W. leVit t.) Ic lnwl-t rLe r.

$ Grateful for the patronage heretofore extended therr. I COUNTRY I'KODUCR, Campbelton, J. 'v. S lru. aol l the surrounding country.Oct Madeira Brandy Chcriick, fort w>iW! u KHn i t.? all!| p.l.atin, ;; eo!, ;-r;,(
Mariana 9, 135S 41 Sherry, Sardines I, again said Estate. tv> spar and fit? '
they better and determined I \X/'HOa tle ,
ant now to
I ,
prepaied -OR- I.'
tb's bI
Chattnh ned Judge or Pruh.te "f said r" :: J
SPARE NO PUSS II DBrtxalacixToloGEORGE IL1OX' I Passengers' e1 be taken through wIth ccttainty, Just Received Flavoring Extracts Pears, I 14th day olMay n>xt. "Len tL. '.ill be a n",. :i s
I
{ \V.Sept18. sLO'I1'. sccuiily, and with conifi.it. I Yeast Powders, Tamarinds,. I| dl..lnbullt' of the lunds hvLstgin[ to ra:,
en their part to ocrommodcU all who inajr favor 18S3. 33 .1 GEO. D. FISHER, Plop'r.lluJ ConV. IN STORE and f.>r cale I,"T the tin lersijrned. a Spanish OtVI. Spices, I II amongst the creditor, thereof' at ubir! "iJ E"a'. -
'Ut t 'Ilj
them with their patronage ----- June 12 18SV 21tiPLANTERS' firth supply of DRUGS anti ClEMI.\L of Corn Pickles. James W. DoWitt wl, arply} f'r Iii" Sinai :

SUCH AS Maryland State Lotteries. 1------ ---- -- -- -- which the follow ii.g are a few- I Worcestershire Sauce, Salad Oil, i from the administration or ui,1 't..te. "'h..rs'

10 ois Bebecrine. 5 czs. Ammonia, Mustard THO J. Cll.E. JUtl'e!
Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Repairing -u- HOTEL 10. English Capers November I 1 :iI. ri t'f Prelate: .
10 S.intonme 6 I Claret ,
Sulphur
A R- FRANCE & Co., Managers, t. Cocoa --
and
O Carriages Bug 15 CI.in"ilill., 10" Nit AMES LIVELY. C .
Sil..r. Tax
Plantation work j F the Maryland State Lotteries, present Ole following i llectofs-Notice
gics, of O 12 Cinchona Snlph 10 Ext : Jaauaty 5, 1556.I ..
Splendid St-hcmes f ; Tallahassee Fla. 25 t 2" Elafenun: ITT ILL 1. sod before tle Court ,
Morphia
etery description, ;! r I --- ---- \ t 1"11" l..r M 't" .
For AUGUST 1858. 25" t Act. J 2 Cit town('I)IlIfll.ll't-l1o.-' 'the first "
lull Irons and repairing same, Ironing \""a. lIE; SUBSCRIBER would respectfully iiif-.rm Iron. and Sale Stable. the lIot.jy F..I.
T 20 Piperine, JO t ex Quinine I ruarII..It., 'folloning l.nd. to"\it:"thTW ,
gnus and Carts They caution purchaser Tickets .o beware of bis friends and the public generally, that iheabove I 1 Strychnine 5 Wratria, m1'11E undersigned gives i notice the S W i. Section 6. Township ;. r.ant. s '

and in fact every other diseription of work mad of ordei lug Tickets iu Lotteries where extraordinary "'tI-ln""n HOTEL will be opened on tie: 8 Ibs. Phopate of Am15 lL.Sulph Ether, that he has pur- levied upon as the property of L. Lii 1Ct'01b.',:.j, f.' .
and all of which aud second day ( August next. He invites the atteution I lfc. Qt. .
Iron Steel we. WAasAxr. pledge I Stable to> "tmfy t .vl Ci.outy ana !
50 the I
large Capitals are offered fur a mull cost of Ticket I Chlorlfvro. Livery of. 1\11,1| ti",
.rselves to execute at the shortest notice.U. of the puLic'to itsFacilities Tallahassee. with the : Also at the UIU place and time, tLe j: TV
-all such are swindles.Th 10 Ibs. lod. Potash, 30" Glycerine, (pure) \\illiain H. New om. iu together J.f-J,t'
B. PITTS 4 CO. 1 Maryland Lt'tteriesbays been in existence for for their Accommodation.It 2 c1.d Rock Ivta I good will of the establishment and that he is now W tL. 5 W .1 ors W seeto; 19. Tuwnsttp

-Feb.27.-- un. 9-ly _ I Forty Years. They are drawn by a State Officer being in the immediate vicinity of J.e mOt desirable h.A IS0- prepared to carry on the blintSln all its branches I II Range 4. N & E. Levied upon as the properly if ,

I and ran be idled on. If you draw a Prize you will I Ig..t business portion of the city. prs.ll SOD o=s. QUININE and promises the public! with good accommodationsin Starling Garaer aud to be n.ld t,> ,',tkfv taxet"'"' '" .

Co-Partnership Notice. I your Illune!. The whole country i it fl.>oued ,'i'b SUPERIOR iN UCEMEA I his line ou relsonlLle tlml", I on.if. JAMES D. MORRIS!
I' / Warranted and which we offer for CASH. SAUXDERS.Sep. Tax Assessor t Culleetur for
"1VTE. the lcr8igned.. have this day f rmed Co- Boeua Lottery concerns. Beware of them. pure I I.IC1IARD I II Jrffrrsonce. Ta
I Order ia tile State Lotteries. to the traveler of business or pleasure: and is unsurpassed AMES & 6. I II November 13. ls-58._ _._ 45
v Y Partnership under tbe name. style iiid firm -f 27": Maryland LIVELY I 18:6:6 __ __
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in all its appointmellts for the cnjojnuriil of -- -- 1
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PRATORIUS & CLARKE, MAGMF1CL3IT SCHEME.MaryJani :. I \ I Notice.TICE
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EASE AND COMFORT A THE LUXURY --- -
I
(or tbe transaction of she Clothing; and Merchant State Lottery. GOOD LIVING.. 0' P.B.BIOKAW'S.L1YERYANfI i FULTON FOUNDRY, ) ia hereby given that spplfration *m b. .

Tailoring butinta, and would reiiectfuIy( solicit a CLASS N, I : : F1a. i\ maff' to tln- next General .o\i t'n.bly Cr he .!
untinuatim of the patronage f'r the new dm received (Kr: HIS TERMS arc SHETALLAHASSEE Tn,1.1.nhnssce, State or 11..aitla for a Charter 10 build a flail :
bv. the oiciubers of it in former timei. To b. drawn ID Baltimore Saturday, Angu.l list, 15M. TEl flALEJ ri-IE UNDERSIGNED beg leave to inform the I from some "iut of the St. Jules 1W''r. lit P..J i r

JOHN PRATORIL'S It Drawn Ballot. each Package of 26 Ticket, I C. HOWARD FSI I FLORIDA. JL public that they have associated themselves in Lake Hamf'Y to enrnn point un lu..lulI Rjy.r ur lea, ,
I Grand I'riz.tI'...... OOOO I Pr I
ASA B. CLARKE. .... eor..u.OOO JulvSl.1858. __ 31-tf ___ would m- busiu8, uuder the name and style of teptesniwrl8.1855. : 7 1
1 Prize. or IO.\iOO 1. ..... J.ooo n JlhIE Proprietor :_ ___ :'n----
.
October 14, ((23)) 1858. 43 1 ......... 1\.000\ 1" ..... 2.00* I form hits friends and the & (' --- _
I'ardy Paya 0.
1 .. .......... noa j 1. ... 2.1)00 POST &MELCOMMISSION ._ _a public, that he has rebuilt his_ _-_-_ :. Notice. '

NEW COODS. 1 1 .............. 6,0011 3,000' YO"20 Prizes or..... ...t.u I arge Brick Stables, at the old stand, and i i- now for lie purpose of following the trade of Founders andMachinist. i| SIX mont from the first publication of tfci n tK" a 4

1 ..........6.0oll 2G" ..... :51I MERCHANTS prepared to accommodate his (friends! and customer I ,. and are prepared to execute all kinds of j widcrfigneil Executrix of the Li't Will anl I -

Cloths, Caisimert, Vest ings, Clothing and .0 .......... n.ioiu( 143 .... .1 Cl l'u'c..f Strr, I He also has attached to hi. Stables, a good Blacksmith work apiH-rtaimng to this bit-mess. Steam Engines testament f Daniel L. II<>uk.. ,1 U va)>. 1 ........ .... .
.0011 66 < furnished to order and warranted to give satisfaction I will: her sinai ..
Shop. he willhnve have done all kind*ofPlantation county present .tint t. the .
Gents' and roullts'fumishing Goods, 1 ........ .OIlO 66" _... :iriw ,'llrt I' JII"i, >
I .thiu .6 ** I ORLEAN ; "'01 k. ,nud Carriagework in Sugar Mills and Castings of all kill!trade with j of Prolate o. said county, and!1.,10 t" le 'Bstlianr.aSUSANNAH
: .
: OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 1 :::::::::::: Soy: 4.tg .: :::::: SM: i I II the very best m.tnuer lore und with promptness and dispatch. I. neatness a-hl dispatrh. Plans ao estimates furni"het [ HOITK. [xt.1. ,

I 1 ....... 6.0"0HO ,... 11,76 | III'I: TO of all kinds of Mifhinery: Engineering. They July 2, 1S5S. 27-f.m

rpHE SUBSCRIBERS--are now-receiving at the aosls I'rizu...........amouutlng 10............'COl.t I Messrs. Thomas J Perkins J Co, Tallahassee, fla. November, 185.1. 44 I are 11so sole agents f.'r I'arJ il Sons Steam Enginesfor | __ __ --- -- .

JL OLD STAND formerly occupied by JOHN PSATOEIUS. Tickles 110. halves $!. Quarter J.J.50, L'gblh: ,.5.CertiOcate I 'I I. R. lan is & Co., Quiucv" - -- _. - -- --- Ginninc C..tlm. and Sawing sad liar ,[ Notice.
ot Package of 26 Whole.............U5 .t'n I a )" Palmer, and Harness I rUon's Gust Mills fur horse I I
steamer
a large and wel lected t-tock tif f th;. .'
dw. du. 2Gtunrt.ra............. E9..VI nOnllal. St : I For Sale by I'. B. IJrokaw.rI"MIL JOEII CAIWr.WILJAM .>O tire! the uudemfgiw-d. admiu .irains or the L,
FALL & WINTER' CLOTHING G do. da 26Llitli: ......... 1J.75 Mr. James Filor, Rev Weet i I5AYA; I tute of Fletcher WLilaker.. dvceasej. late of IrB

Ml'ur. McXatight & Ornmul, Atlanta Go... t. .n Subsciil>er Lr.s just received I JOIX county will present her final ace n.iit t. die Jud c u'
HAVANA PLAN. J. N. Kinllol.Co. TLo.ashl =; / JL very large supply of Carriage.l3uggiri' ?, May Si i), *37. : -lyINSUBANCE 1 PioLute, of said coautv. and ask t>> l. .ftisr"rui
FOIl MEN'S' AND YOITTIIS' August 14, 185R. 33- ------ -. -- -- - i SARAH
: I and Ilarnen, wli.h he orfvis WHITAKER. Admn. I ,
-.5.- __ __
together with a full ..">itirent ot S'.iiU' Colic, Tlc i. the vUtnttJe for sale on the most reasonable term". iE N K Sept. 11. Igi*>. :S7-6 ( I
s Ih'atNlIJ.-Pr in
Cravatr, lies, Gl',ves. Cult-Mi anti Merino | if out I Not'ember 18, 1854. 40 j -- -- -- .
\Y1ietl and 71.ictf Atlantic Cable.
in
another.
< -h'tery fritt II Telegraph I ---Notice
bilk, Cotton awl ileiiuo UnJcis-hirU Drawer. l1os"1 Drairn CONPANY i .
oitt.riizis
: CARRIAGE SHOP. i months afier-tlie; fir* of
publication tlm
:
-\L"OA. n"
I' T..LBIJI FCLU WITBOI any DiorcnoM. I .1 piece nf the Atlantic! Telegraph Cable I NEW OJ HARTFORD. .SIX_ the uixIvrslgne-J: administratrix t,f tk. Ejtit.
fine of Mack and colored r leave to inform the t-iti- | I .
rtment CoIS. bogs
asiu> CI..th. "
Maryland State Lottery. CA THE STORE I i of Kev.Juhn Wesley! Rhodes. de M [ e Jet f frr .
imers awl Vetius.II ( they me prrpaietl to ; __ :.I'T __ JL zens of Tatlalta-tace and viiicunty. that he has I Incorporated in 1 hl9.-Charter Perpetnal.CAill ou w til! present her Cnul ,
county
mariuf.ictuie to order in the best and nn.t fathiouable EXTAR CLASS {. M y .E It KOJIJIAA. I opened. a carriage, sl.on in this place' joining -0- fvvuchiT! to the Judge of Probate of Mid arvouiit fUi.'j' ,and an i

stile" and at the t-lxrtteft notice. Teimj reasonkbl To be drawn ia Baltimore M4.,Saturday Aug. 25th,!Si3.2U II I Brokaw's Livery Stables, CAPITAL,,-SI,000,000. ask for A discharge. < v
A liberal ducount for t"uh.pltoTOHIUS I 165 Prize I 40,000 Tickets !! I! LAURIXDA M. RHODES, Admfx.Montirello -
A CLARKE "-e would call! particular attention to the following NEW GOODS-NEW GOODS. I in the building formerly! (occupied by J. L Groner 1NStr.E AGAI TJ.O"? AM> DAMAGE RT FIRE. s..pt.4. Ih58. S5BmNotice.
"ndersigned wouM ref-prttlully request hi* where Iuds prepared to do all duds, of work in Lis UXTFRMS ADAPTED() Tit: IAZ'RD. ------- .--
splendid bchence. a package of 16 whole tickets
AND CONsls.I ri'.NT: W
ners t. c.me forward at as early a day ATCHES.J LCLOCKS. line, at the thoilept notice and on the most : I .
costing ouly 5 80-ai l every other ticket being I OF CU.MlJhNS.VnoXU.
,1"' up! their nlil aci'mnt watrauted to Uiaw $10, determiued by the Lumber I I A80"tJLJ 1'RR.lS.lucb C. LKWIS, Agent, SIX Moutlu{ after.th first ;piblioaliof tht. DA
JOHN' PRATURIUS. Jewelry Stiver; H and Goids.rpIIE I
October sa, lov .. drawing the Capital Prize whether odd ore are, Fancy 8 carriage painting and trimming : making new For Tallahas&e and viciuity. Ihe uD.lcra.gnul will present his finul .e-
\"t'0. -------0 awl and all kind of :, Count and vouchers fit admipintrator .f tIe Eatst.ot : i.
--GOJD I: tv Gtst) busies! wagons repairing.The .I August 15. 18.17. Sa
& &
__ ___ _
: ____ ___
frtExmn CCUEME.Pzeot I UNDERSIGNED: are now receiving large undersigned H prepared to d> this kind of |i Thomas II. veritt. deceased, late ef Leon Ci>nnl!

WEBER & DANNHEIMER, I 1 1 ..............111.1100.,. 4 AI. Qxlmal.o&o.ttlloI JL and "'el selected stock of work as well and iu the latest style, a it cau be \ Florida Reports. and ask for a dls hlll:'.

MERCHANT TAILORS I 1 1 : ::::::::::.2.u"O nooo: : : :::: 1 1tl 0 I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry Silrcr and Plated dune at those the North.who hive: this kiad of work to do, and I II COMPLETE luG volume : O"t. 2. 11158. -. JESSE 40-611I VERITT. Fifr.Notice. .
.
...... and Goods I Al I -- -- -- -----
1 2.sM) 4 U'ar Fancy .
60 I I j I wi it done in manner that will not fail to give lcDOUOALL.IOnny.
AXD DCALEai: IN 1 ...... IQ l consisting of 1 I Sept 5, 1857. j
I ........ 1.ou,1 8 I lati.facion. wet Id do! \"el to call en .
READ Y-3IADE CLOT1USG 1 ...... :") O I I Gent fine Hold and Silver Hunting Patent Lever I WM. KCHN3. ----- -- --- --- -- -- ---- AfunlL after.J.ile. I shall present tny final \

A ? UGENTlEMENSI t .. ....... toofaI .. O Watches, J"1110' 1858. 23 ';: Blacksmith |SIX and vouchers to the. ll.-n Juf l r .,f Prn-

.......... ... 4001. I I Gents fine silver Alt.3.-r.anJ I1innVafchee, I bate JeflTerwn roiintv. as adminiftiatvr i-fthe R.tateof I
FURNISHING 1 Jfortte ; /
GOODS 4'H.f I .. 60 Khotiny i&
1 ..... .. soot l Ladies fine Gold and IlunluT .Ajuchor RICHARDSON'SDAMASKS : ANN BAlLEY:l.ite .haIJC''lIlih.d"cr l,
-
: TALLAHASSEEFLA. -1 ........ 2o048 M t
100 ........ IQO are ... .........., 10.0110 Elegant! sets of Florentine Mosaic Paintiujrs. : JL citizens Tallalia-wee and vicinity F. CARTEL Ad-otr.
fPHE SUBSClUBt'usTre'now receivinj, 211.000" ........ 10 are.. .. ..........ooavu I eo, Lava, C-ral mid Gold ton.. Gents fine () \1'au<(l : LNENS I HICKS will carry on the Oct. 30. 1S58 41fiiiiNotice. f
JL their Store next to R. II. Berry's Aiu-ti atJi Whole Tick. $10, Halves t Quarlera t.M Silver Fob dUillt'. Guard Vest chains DAMASKS, DIAPERS; &c. -- -- -_ .. -- --. -- -.

Room a well selected Stock( FALL 4 TER GOODS. suitable f"rClE.XTLJ.lIE.XS wish 10 '.' the only. will be sent fllr.... ....... t tI .
I I do. do. 10 H.I.... .11\..........tso..4) let*. Gold and Enameled Pins and Ear Rings Gents j ____ desirous o>4jta""nn l'IB' fff>"tl"e Jiroo1/', should i in all its various branches and is prepared to execute i SIX Montksaflerdtite. I shnll prerent mv. final
M lltARt tI In. do. 164..rt..r.. ito........ .. 20do. I D./l1 Pins, Gold Guard. Fob and B-idgelleys. Fine j I see that the articles .."-Vy purchase arc sealed with I all consisting in part of French und English Cloths, Caimeres do. 15 Eighths, du.......... 10 I I O'lld Pens mill Cages, a large assortment of FineGl1l I the full name of the firra._ will be warranted to be equal to any other I of Probate Jefferson, county, as administratrix urI

itnd Vesting of the latest style and best quality I The- Managers-hive-boon---- I II II .and Silver tlwctncltt Gold and Coral Neckla I ICK rICIUrD80X, SONS o e3YIpEN. I Blacksmith here or elsewhere and will guarantee I the Estate of Jesse Orautham. lat "if raid CMtiu'v.'
from the
which they are prepaied to make up \n order in I coniilaiiit made compelled numerous I Gold ruotl all lich, Gold Slides, Belt as 1 guarantee of Ibo soundness aud dur>.4uh y of the satisfaction in overy JOB.D !. dcvtased and auk for a di-char t roiu .mi iiltuiu-
a workman like and IIhilOl.3l.l.! manner and on RFASONABLE | to them of unf.iilhfuloe-s; I I Bii'-Lles!. Stal*, Lockets. .. Gold and Silver (Jood HORSE SHOEING, Repairing and Ironing utraiRMi. REBECCA GRAM 11A.M I, Admix.

TEHMS. AUo, a toed -lrt"l'nt of I on the.part orders nf tl..file, who have the, been attending to the. Thin.bIll. Sleeve Buttons and Studs, Fine Gold This caution is rendered essentially necessary -'tL I ( ),) all Vehicle, plantation w ork, and all oth- :, Oct. SO. "5 '. 44-fin
tiling to
resume correspondence buin I
READY-MADE CLOTHING. and in their iriug'i and Pins, with Diamond, Rui'y. Opal and large quantities of inferior and defective Linens are : __, e branches appertaining to his.business -

consisting vf Fine Black and Coloit-d CMk Frock n C35: Order Tickets.wn name.from the Munae-er* only. I I Pearl Sets, Plain and Chased Riugs Misses Rings prepared. Reason lifer season and sealed with the j w will receive careful and prompt attention. ---Notice.--'

Coats Fancy Ca,simere Buines Coats lack and I Address all Ictieis to K FRANCE J Cx.Bulliniuir I: plaiu and with re'.U.SILVER: name .t 1ie/.el' (, by Irish Houses, who r.gardi i U. H. BERRY, SIX months after date I I I, as ad Tiini Irlt"r..f the
-3:
Oolored Raglans and Ovei Coat. Black and Fancy Md. I WARE : less of the injury tlminflicted alike on the American Feb A eDt tatd of RichArd B.Cole ant i (\ir..Ime G O.I*. .'

Doetkin and Cassimeie Pant, Figured Grenadine March 6. 1858. 10-1, I Plain and Threaded. Table Spoons. and Forks consumer Ino I the lilmracturlrs."fthe g"uuineOcods I -- 'RfJelfer'MHi"* ( county Florida. looet"1I.'I. I .1AII!
and Fancy Silk and Cassimere Vrtts. Dcseit j I will not readily ub.uid a bulCs so profitable Pui Zijir-wlutt;? "- .tt u.y final l accounts with th said I jtstes IsN.tri.

-AL80- I' Tel .. uhile purchasers can be imposed on with Goods of a Court of Piobate of said!, ro.uutJ. sot" a.kI

A good assortment of black and fancy silk cravats NEWJSOIODSTCHEAPlOODS. I Sugar Spoons, Mustard and Salt. worthless! tharactt'r. I (_GlOV.Vl in pr LL\SEED OIL') | jsd.'I "oUJ t for a t'lschargH' ironi ni\_ aJnunwtracording -

cud ties, shirts merino silk and Cotton under shirts; Soup Ladles. Pie Knives,Cake ..SI"ons. do, and I J. BULLOCKE A J. B. LOCKE. Agents \\TE bavejust reeuveirSJ-St fe tokj- of Jt; Dew "J J wi.1.j'tJ'l'of.. tw law. ,.L..SA .

collars socks, gloves, Silvtr Napkin, Rings. Silver Card Cases. PorteMoi.01t.s S.pl 18, 1658. 88-ly ( nd it to the Its .
The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely : ; "eory. ( offer publicllRin cVftav t v. :
and Twnzers SiUer I ---------------- ""* .
and Goblets.PIA'I'EI ,
unknown to the community. and they pledge i Cups confJl'uct as possessing aILh/"ua i .r J
themselves to give itisfnctiun to all who may favor ) WARE : New Books. .tr paiiit 1.t : .IO",** "!0 .iBB A LL persons indoLted to the administrator of that
of fotor. Jam .. laU Cave Godln Id are hereby requested local!
frit frmn lB
them with their Jrl.U} al7poiset.1ti.itjexae'er .
Bountiful tj
patronage.J. of Silver Plated Cake !
ru-
Castors
AM receiving large and selected pall .lvOW rcccning; a large stock of NEW the mediately nkd settle! at tbe office if
it.jurn.ff
now my earefu'lv tL workmenT>
WE P-R. I I HI"k.t!. Caudle Scrks: :ltd Wai ten. i 1> liOOKS inclu.hnsi. all the leH c '
recent MAKER.
1 STOCKS of FALL mid WINTER GOODS. of A. P.
newly 1'in
I mfut. painted
L. DAXNHEIMER. Fine D. Gi.ns Game PaL IV 'derFiaaksShot ril durability
both and Amen t_
n English aptt
and piiblicntioiK. the moot ed or 23, 185S. 43
embracing every quality style.SILKS _ .
Pouches. CjpVad.t iinil Wire Cartridges.FI fp ul n.
Oct. 16. 1858. 42 I bound in of ( > -
__ II can every variety Ule. only to \\ /
uses to !
CtTtikl Tabl and Deerl inf1.-oV
: -
NEW-GOODS.: KuiVt., 'ilb.f .\111111" in Superb binding an.) 1I"g l I the latter has hertU(. app ; For wilcl For Sale'
Silk Robes Laire dLoir.Pluid without Forks Rodgers: Wuttwiholmrs I ills and IJOUli V.
a Striped I lk Pnyers. hDOVGALLd AMES & LIVELY ibt-r otters f* ale Lia ENGINE situ
"\TTE are now receiving ft lnnre and carefu'Iy ae- I. .t Volante 1 A. Plaio Cord Silks I[ Cutlery. RmliTtisit W C I"Iolmes Razors d November 6, 180S. I 3. 1853 14 XMILESi THE 8 ,tresilieIt w a S5 horse power .'

VV lected Stock GROCERIES and Fall and I .1 0 a Qoille. Double Skirt !! "tile China.Goods, Paper Mach Goods. --April- Engine, with Ii superior Grist Mill[ attacked AI!* J Ja

Winter DRY GOODS embracing every style and M Flounced ;Ol'k Silksof.every quality I i Musical Instruments : -S-tationer---: : NASH & CO. ----- circular Saw am* all the necessary tUftingaiKlj.liea f

quality usually wanted in th'w market.GROCERIES Floriua cud Marceiline Silks. Guitars, Vio'ins: Flutes Tambourine, Accordeons, It Ii Ir Bentl'xy' make and warranted t.. bw ,

&c. Worsted Goods : I Banjos, Je f JUST variety (.f Letter. Note, C.ip Legal Cap Bill Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c.I I inferior to no Engine ia the Southern eomitry. Terms

Onion, Rio and Java Coffee, Cashmere and Detain Robes a Laiie.Volante. I Table Mats Backgammon Board. Walking Canes, I and Folio Plt Ladies Bath gilt and ungilt sod Commercial i JUST received from New York per bark R.II.Gam- e"R. C. WILLIAMS.

Potatoes Cracked Grauuiated J 0 0 't 0 House IklK Japimned Waiters, Feather Dusters, I Sut. llu., white and assorted colors, every I a general assortment of art.in line Get 23. 186S. 45 __ __-
our --
Currants I Brown Sugar, .. iloubl Skirt, Pumt. BIX. China: .Setts,for Children, Fishi.ig Tackle I rtyle and size. Envelopes to 8uitMcDOUGALL such! as Oils of almost every kind, Burning Fluiu, I Land- -Sale.- I
Ac.
Ilni on, Bacon SiJes clear and Bl.ick Bareges sod Challies I Perfumery. ce A HOBBY. White Lead Zinc and other paints. Window Glass of I
Dried Apples, ribbed. Poplin aiid Moriii-, -ALSO-- I November 6, 1858. 45 I best quality, Putty. Bru bes. Potash,Soda Sparkling 13 Y virtue of a Jeto'ee of VU H.. J. w..IH Bav -

Citron tc. Sugar Cured 1Iaml.Ii.h Solid colored Cashmeres and Drains, I 3 or 4 Slareoscopes s. with beautiful Painting, Gelatmn.London Mustard French Brandy ( bet, I ker. Judge of the' MJdol Circuit cf Flotu! ,
Dairy Cheese, I' Pork, Lar, N. B.-A liberal deduction for CASU.tr' Jut Syrup, I Arvah Hopkins. AdminwUrtBrik boms non (If.the
!
Goshcu Butter. Alpac.i'a and Bombasines, I Ink.Quinine. Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract Buchu
25, 1858 39 brig SAll'0 from New York and per Ac., and Estate of ZacLariah Jel kin ; & ,* together with Colgate Pale Saop in hf. i qr. Boxes I Figured Detains at all prices. PER TOS from New Orleans: edicl Ac. We a general assortment of Popular Patent I wi.l offtr at putdiesale ,1Jgh.t bidder 'r
es. keep none but the best and
...
-AL* Sundries : Notice.FOUR very '.-f"
Fresh Bu k\bcnt Saperfinw do. I hope to merit your I CASH on the first Monday in JanoaTV tlut.

A small complcf4ftortrnent of pv>d Liqnors. English Crapes, Bonnet Belt and Trimming I. week after date I shall apply to the Hon Goshen utl'r. I Extra Re-boiled Syrup patronage.MILES NASH
embracing. Wines Bra! 'ef, Gins (Holland and Black Silk Velvet Piblx.. 'of Probate of Jefferson county fur an order N. I Mackerel in kitts, Ribbed Sides ADd Shoulders March 29, 1856 18 I following elCrtbelllallJ bebrnigin1u paid F.lJllf.,

Philipy.) Monongahala key. Cider London Porter .. Ribbon*. Bl k & cc.l'd Silk Fringes, I aid deciee of Court, for the sale of the following English Diary Cheese, I I and lying in the county of Leeo. toLetSeetPtn36inTwnsLip2ofi.it; B.I s.ti If Eo

and .Tuflt-iAsi Sparkling A\. A.I*, &c. Ladies 4 Gents Kid Gloves, Crochet I described lands belonging to the Estate of Samue Citro and Curanls I Sugar cure Hams, BOOKBINDING.l'rUE I i IlOPKIS3 tt :

-DRY GOODS Velvet Tnmmiu-fs, ,Ta!4eIl utons. Gale. late of Mid county deceased, to-wit : Plant Flour igging Rpc. I ; containing 80 38-100 icres. A. bowl .
Osnaburg Georgia Plain Wool and mixed Silk A Worsted Eialoota.1'!ark A Crd !Buttons, I 4 nf the S W 4 of Section 6. Township 2; Range 4 ; CARRELL MAXWELL. UNDERSIGNED IS NOW I AdninistraeartIe son.I
Kerseys French and R. B.. YANKEE NOTIONS. November 6, 1858. 45 E P A It E D WITH I T Tallahassee No,. !iI8'55I .-IS ___ __
Uosej, Blanket, Ac. Mu. de L tne*. Cam- Eugenic aUo the N W i and SIte X E J of the S E j of Section I -
brie,. Cashmeres Silk. :. Tweed and Corset. ( 1, Township I. Rtnge 3. an.I11-3 acres lying I ----- ----- -- -- -- I TOOLS AND jFffftfT MATERIALSFOR 1-
Notice
Kentucky Jean*. Edging and Ioaer- Hoops Skirts : on the E i of the S E J of the } Section I, Cod Liver Oil. I 1I.

f tings American .t French Prints.AS Coronation Skirts, I Town"Mp I. Range 3, nil! S d E. containing 133.1 3
-' ASS.OBTMIST OF II Crown Bustle acre mOre or lei; to be to pay the debts and FRESH Clark EXCELLKICT Ext.lnsill St. el Skirts, Ciuvelli Balmoral S1irla. : for distribution. B. W. EH WARDS. I six weeks after date .Jfply to the I1u.Liutige '
sale by A LIVELY citizens of Tallahassee and snrronndiog country. lb will hereof
t I Gents Boot and Shoes, Cru\.eli Child and Misses. Sheriff end ez.o.Tcm Administrator.December Aprils, 1856. 14 E/ Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr.v: of Probate of said County If] petition for I>'W-

,!; and Children- AL8O.Missc Shoes- and Boots,'Ii I Mantes and Cloaks : 11. If58. 50-4w I Call opposite the Episcopal Church. lIe is a practical I er k the Estate of herodfICpaaed *tnaband scwding Adu.I .
-CinjARirJEWs&LIAMS,
Binder and feels that he do work to
,
(Colored Cloaks. Tobacco. rare can as
and T.III. Virginia I -
kind Plls
oftvtry quality. Antique and Velvet and curd Raglans, Notice.FOL'R well and as cheap as it ran be unite elaevbere.CHARLES December 4. 1851:1. 4f w
and Gents Drest Good Back BOXES MULLINS' TOBACCO I .
Clothing Muiitlrs. Worsted Mantles jutI FINDEISEN.
I Zephyr weeks after date. I shall apply to the 0 0
Pjnt*-CK>th, Doe Skin Cassimere and Tweeds, Cloth Talmas | I e (.r Prolate Jefferson county, fo lon I received and fo gjle. by July 17,1S58._ 29-ly [ t17 Sect ll- NoticeI

C, atf- do. do. do. do. Laces and Embroideries : der and decree for the sale of tbe folio wi i g lands bt- R. A. SHl'NE,Ja. Agent I LL persons havioj demands ']inat '*" latat.I .
i November IS. 1858. 46 CHEAP GROCERIES !
Vest*- dpl:1io. Scotch. Satin and Silk Valencienue Collar and Mourning Coir A Sleeve, I lo.i
Coc.1erahirts-f"Doe.; I.mb Wool Silk &Cotton Slt'c'tt. EmL'J" .. : said county. d.'lutJ to'it: T.e S 1 J of the S WIi I THE SUBSCRIBER oo and after the lit October I ty deceased are requ&te to reixltjb01." 'Pf;

Linen Bon>m Shirts Calico and Cotton Shirt*, M"ll 4 Slee'tt. English anti Frt Em. of scti"f : I. ; al-o the W Notice.SIX _. will l confine hImself exclusively to the 1 lv attested ; those indebted are ret ted t9 nuke

Pure Flax. Marseille and Linen Shirt Booout, ClllUI .. brid..ri. j i cf f J Section, I, and the E 4 oC the S Ei months after dite. I shall! present my final ac I payment without del_!. ':.

Oravat*-Pkiin-Uack and fancy Silk. 1"ltll" White and colored Dimity i I 4 of Section 2, in Township 2, Range 3. nil S d I E; : and vouoherj to the lion. Judge of Probate AUCTION COMMISSION BUSINESS I MARGARET ANNR AJaittToSeUorEdllt.

HATS & CAPS. briel Btw.ds. I containing 2oo acres more or less ; to L sold p.iy I (.JetTeraou C'un ,county as administrator of the Estate of when his best talents will be used to promote the I December 4. 1868. 49-8 ', -
( Ln..u j debts of said Estate. I B. latj of said uterest of those entrusting property to his charj\\t. --
A good ascnrtment vf gentlemen* & boys'lat styles. c"ullh. aDd ask for a
SADDLERY CUTLERY 4- .c. Fall & Winter Clothing JAlE W. D WIT. Admtr.I discharge Lb. from said decea. He DOW offer its present STOCK at reduced prices I .
close.
R.lI.
AU vf which wooffet for ale at price lo eorre HATS. December.ll.. 5 ___ I E. E. BLACKBURN, Admfr. t, to Auction and Commission BERRY.Merchant.Sept. I TilE "BARBOUR IlILL" tract. .c well

pond with the deficient and andy condition of the L- .. \ CAP. .. I Notice. NonmLr 13- -ISid.- ---46----r.i- 4,1331. i in Jefferson county,con/ I ng .bcrut balD-UOI'
I BOOT Ii acres or valuable land e'1 fiDe
Cotton Crop. RefpectTjllj C IX months after date, I shall final l I (originally9 "Tf
acO Notice.OIX se"d: I'
Plantation Goods present ; reKnaWeterms
and my
WcNAUOHT, ORMOND & CO. i Stapl : mock) may be'porchawd or rent f,00
count alJ vouchers to tlm lloa Judge of Probate I Seed Seed !
Fla ( 1658. 40 by apph to the nndersig .
Prints ing
IX
Newport Blankets. of Jefferson county, .adminis-tratrix of the Estate months from tbe first publication: of this n I .1' _CII. AeDLI
-- plllDbtlO ICerseys, Oogt 1m.. ;' of Jesse Granthani late of coullt,. and tine, tbe undersigned executrix of the List Wi FOR FALL PLANTING. D.. W;
d'as
--Master's Sal, I Georgia 1 1.btin RU5et I ask fur a discharge from nit aud testament of the late Henry Saxon, d 'I T)i UTABAGA Green Glazed Drumhead I I -yeverober 20.1858. 4] -. .

FIRST MONDAY in JANUARY, 1859.BYirtnoof Louisistsa n Apron Cfk1 | REBECCA GRANTUAM, Admt'T. will present her final account sod voucher to the JLX Red Top Turnip I Cabbage, &e. SalrNegA*'
Blue Denn..e. TweA Salinet. d K.nChk.w December 25. 1858. .12-fitn Judire of Probate of Leon county and uk to be di- Hat Dutch Turnip, I'I
a decree in Chancery in Leon Cir Julli, mis. u ELIZABETH SAXON Exfr. T>Y order of the Judge of Pr
in a certain came wherein Matthew Strip Lansey; 825 REWARD. November 13. 1S58. j Just received and for sale byI JLJ the undersigned Kxeeutri

-, Moeely i* complainant sad T. LaDe Rattan and Whit and Red Flannel!., I be 46mNotice. i I AMES & LIVELY. SnOOt deceased will sell at
DOLLARS REWARD will I
; given
John F. Uigg are deCt'Ottanll..1 will expose for sale Marlbrolgh Bagging sod Rope, I)jfO July 17. 1853. 29i highest, bidder before the C.eityofTsllahasseeaathefir.
llag.. j ,_ for the delivery of servant SANDY I
Plaid"j uy .
to I lh. highest bidder for cub before the Court house aDd J3lea Wood Ware, I j

; door in the city of TaLlabasses. on the first Monday Brwn Fiatmela, Hollow Ware, I i sioce.also raiiaway He is about from my 27 plantation of a f..week "PARTIES who may have NEOTtOE i For Sale 1859. tke following J'EOR<

IB January, 186. 'a certain negro man slave MATTUB -: -Bro'u mOt DOmftie'crkr. strong and active, a good years age driver attu1e fiddler JL and BOYS to hire during the cnsaing M&"l j A LIKELY NEGRO BOY. 20 years old. H. Estate via: Oivrr-aed[ alI )

.- :*. Also the following real e Ute, to-wit: Lot I a a tl Sheting. ,Har"lr nod and pretend to carriage be religou He was might find it to their advantage to ad I JLmay be seen at the City Hotel Apply to IL I ,boyaged IB; SjkttT--a worn I
., N 87 and 88 iu the north addition .f the cityfTJiaIiassee and aii.. dalMer. subscriber her three children. Tnn
Of. 88. Bed 1kk lr St4 : seen feW days ;ince near GOT. Call's plantation !, at TallahMste.ROBERT L. Rutgers,IT to S. S. Knight Esqs. '
: GAMBLF Jr. of sale. ELIZA
I D. WILSON. where ho has wife. ROBERT JESSE CARTER. _
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