The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1859
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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H: EPOH'f'S< > OF TIN r: JOINT J ( ) cwuiiTTEKAtjwiafa ) I this reason- we cannot, with; any convenience' embody! it !1 the Florida Railroad: l Company could receive nothing un- 1 I injury to the Internal Improvement Frmd 1 Weare therefore
| in our report ; nor do" v-e expect to l heable to i insert all! the )I-Ikr the Internal Improvement Ac' they not having complied of the opinion i.i this connection that they should show that
A, lnri.\i"ir the muttcmo.int ','"f .. it!, !/:.e' defects in the Florida railroad! and the short-coinings of 1 wih the p.-ovisions of the same ; but it may be said 1 j such road is in all respects from Fern.-rrrdina to the eighty
j that Company thut the evidence, in our opinion, would j that! we arc not a judicial body and, therefore, wo should mile point, before the Trustees guarantee the interest on
FLORIDA RLtIL-ROAD COMPANY. j justify: Irs in making, but must C"iitent ourselves: in sctti.g: not take the same view of the matter that a tout t oflaw or I any more of their bonds. We further report that we find
forth the! greater wrongs.: i 1 equity i would l take. Now i if \\ e should not take the same that the first, second, third and fourth specifications of Mr.

HOL>K. J t\: 10)-Tho nK ',: \'in!;- "boon waived, :Mr. Williams I It j is our de-sign to commence the investigation of the view] of this subject that the courts of the country would John Bradford, reported to the (Jfrustccs in relation to the
fen .1 Joint Conimittif, mi,lL- tit! I idles ill g reports : !' subject by commencinsfat! Amelia Is/and/ that being the take, then the enquiry arises, what view or light arc we 1!' Florida Railroad, are all true, and that the defects thereinmentioned '
71jc Joint SoJ('( t 'uim'ttn-: : of tIC! Suuuun.l pt'jut of beginning; of the road. That which we believe to I to hold it in ? lithe courts of justice; should hold that th" do exist ; we also find that part of the Jover-
to invctlifxte "tl-e charges; contained in the (;t.Huappointed,eruors' Message j bo of very great importance in the investigation of this obtaining the guarantee of t the J; interest on a hundred t thousand j n 'r'l .Vessr'go! wherein it allege, that the Florida Kailroad
-again the Honda I:Ilailu.] Company together will all eir.Mitn matter i is the structure from the West side of .Xa::;sm: river I dollars of their bonds for building a structure from! Company made application, and the Trustees did certify
stance attriiilin the making! of the .sam, with full to scud l lf : acrwrt to Amelia Island. The 31&t section of the( "act i to the West side of the :Nassau river acroHto Amelia Island, and deliver to them bonds to the amcunt of two hundred
ir I jicrooii and) jajvrs, tIJ t-\ainjne witn..Hf-saiiJ take powers such other : provide for and encourage a liberal:[ system of Internal I which they never have built, to be a fraud on the Trustees; I| and forty twusnt dollars, which they received in advance
"rte's: m may I Iw nm' !'ary to twrtnm the real fa--ts: : of the ci o, Improvements1 authorizes bonds to be issued for building then we are of the opinion that the Legiflaturc will held I| of their true us by him stated, and we find that
'nn.1.icport the e,' .ft'nrc takcuand; ) to make full iincai,r tionin- I bridges across certain streams and one hundred thousand }l irt the same light. But it may be said l that although (the I an injury has occrued to the Internal Improvement Fundin
"totIlO depth ow:1tt'rat (War KVy-to obtain all the oMcncc? on i dollars t for "the structure necessary to Cross from the West Company lid evade the law in not building the structure : consequence thereof; in this, to-wit: That if they had not
-that mbjivt in the !poM-<*i ""."' Jjfrwilh HlIoihort\.tiUbc)" ] tt.timonauJ. rcnoit the fact l i j to designed; to afford aid to thin various roads for i Island, and notwithstanding they did not employ an engi- I Trustees would not have been compelled to have paid the
itli their OJtiaai!t, I j such constructions as might have to be built to cross cer- neer to survey: the route or make estimate* of the cost of I I interest on them, for so great a length of times; they now:
i taint large bodies .it.water ; and, as the crossing of large I the structure, and notwithstanding they did not inform I I have to ito, and we are of the opinion that the Trusteesshouldhold
ImpOUT : Itdi"t I v.ater" in the ;Slat eection namclI0111,1 requite I the Trustees that they had l departe.1 from' the requisitions the company responsible for 'the interest by theut.
: tier than the road-bed the law in this and doing made the road so unnecessarily to be paid, and this brings us to consider
TW they! hate .L..i 1111! a !rre expenditure! ordinary specific of re-.j; >eet, by so
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) niuiUi the interest which the In- miles and notwithstanding they obtained I of the port of Cedar Key, which is the last proposition that-
to than live
:r; dad w'a: 1". .1h1. ", A.jin: : ,: thuu! 'cjves:: of al:! ., :' um.re; provided p.xy: on more longer,
;....ofTea,,!, ,.11;. !fa thoy hewith: roport to the (:ever u" tl !U-4uu Asm1.'ly. ''ftJ'' allImitoor.: In. m iJ4" tJir opinion the RYtn, wont l 1' That the! :sim of one hundred thousand dollars,4 providedi ; structures to the west side of the Nassau: river, and, I the Act which defines the line of road. to he aided containsthe
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1: all. their hi; h! CXlmr.r'.Iati.n I, ": lf the (v.vrse d'Fi i.< TiclrJtncy dl. I,i for thc structure necessary! to cross from the Vies t side i thereby procured the guarantee of the interest on the: bonds! ; i I following clause, "and a line from Amelia Hand on
n.t, in ('ftI;;' attlti.n of X to Amelia Island meant structure la ,> the Marsh I, the Atlantic to the waters of Tampa Bay, in South Florida -
-:; : and ei.! 'niiii i'n.a; :in' i y lillr (lIft'rld l | :t -:ltl river :: a > yet they did IJuilc a structure across .mela ,
';;'!grovpnent Fuaclen conn, .-tinn uit'i tll' v.riu11s.'ni particuhtr gitri -,, on the ll't-st jtnk< of the Xass'iu ricer, )'u uiy j which, if :good+1 one, would anm'cl the purpose as i i ,\'ill an extension to Cedar Key in East Florida?
::1': .- rf Railroa.1: nvA; :In., it, ail! and' l.-n<-fit: url feel I that he his ring alinti. nf on that rlctr, there is no doubt. It might; though they had crossed to the West batik of the Nassau ( provides that the' seve'al railroad companies
.1 i( urged hiss ditto. *.. a (;,ithlIf! anti \iijilaiit officer, in t pointing to as well be donbtitl! whether the rtrnctllros 10 end at river: except that the road: i? more than live miles longer I now organized or chartered by the Legislature that
,1 lie roBftiiJ.,.rtsI l tn IK alatKS' of tfic svst.'m. ,I Amelia Island.: The structure tope built was one 'neccs- and that the Trustees were compelled to guarantee the interest may hereafter 'be chartered, any portion of whose routes
, 1."t' ..:tiM'er lit'! UiState ..j.;..!.)ni of the poli-y adopted. and inauti: lratr'4 ; tan':: tu crosswhatl.! I Not lands: but water-not a district on more than:fifty thousand dollars of their bonds i I I as authorised b! l/u'ir djfcrctit charters and amcn.lmenti
I'' :' in ""f't. law January Gth, 1R.*.), _nol whatever way 1N 1, of country beginning at Amelia Marsh[ : and running and. give more than thirty sections of the Internal Improvcment -- I J thereto, shal within the line or routes
.flmatcrlitvt ,
"ftted; r?.; twlfuthottler|,. j p.trt r-"I.piiivMh.tttio at ,J.miiajmjwri tilts miles into tin interior. It was to cross a linlij ofmtf'r 1> land: in consequence thereof, and this properly ; section (our ((4)) shall have the right and privilege of con-
) "!1.1 ..T1" ...ltl.fn.of% ? : g t of.t.!tV>vm*. %'r-l agile! net .MmtusIOai] ,. t niila of A'avswi i\i brings us to an extninatiol: of the structure to determine I 1 structing that part ff: the line embraced by their charier-"

:.! tu alit! "... ':ri j'l :"'.. v.' to ttiw1111stit.... ",'td1 or.ttii7!II... 'rntrtesof! tlicr.-.nx thh.ue 'r.,. i i'ur rlrrr !li'l'1I11111' /in llau rP'
'' Amelia Island from the main !land, the language would! j|I den co that the structure i: in all respects such a one as j ny claiming the right to receive the aid of tho Internal Improvement -

':t:1iTl: : tl!:. .. '1 '. .:. .. :.'! ', an..1 I alri>c at It ,jitimat"} have been diHcr..ut-the section would have read '* oiie ; Mrs Bradford. described in his report to the Trustees: consisting Fund, must the decision of such claim rest.
:'''j'r ,.d.i.. ,. .:' '.' : ". 1 ..;'!i rt\ ."--ti (.jtio-i: : 00111r Iinndrcd! thou:'.in 1 dollars 'tor a bridge h <:v : 1 b.ho! it-'''' .. .. .' r ','.:t\. :1-: maintain your tie! Itlt >'/'"' ,./' tIll uride of cxprc| =.- : and int.'y:t': v $'1.. ,' ; i ..x;. ..,":!. !'.f JMi Pi (,!I"U"" t tlieS.ctvanoee and other liters. Hut Nassau and Amelia '!i often feet in the direction of the track of the road, Island, and that no restriction or limitation i is imposed ir
.. ,,* a pet'-.trt. :1': t'r:. '.t :.';,.'. 0:1 the 1e j'art of tte 1aruc..J;! t. rivers come together and! turn a body: of Wlta-a sound I: or, in )[r. Bradford' language: in bents,of ten feet, with ; the aid section, or in any other part of.the law, such
1,. :brhrt'".rr:.! .. tI I the that tho road is to be built not, the harbor
irln. which bt-paratus ther c:> t bank of Xassnu river from their tops sawed oil'and a cap 1 laid thereon pinned to or as mayormaynot
C $i point o'. ;ii: \Nt"ttMI': 30& t'. tit"n -tuns nr't'a.f vw Amelia Island I so that, had that law authorized a bridge {| piles with a two inch pin, and this surmounted with two !! be of sufficient capacity for seagoing steamers. Thisis
first t!,1 ..'t."t sidt. of Xh-II n'er ,.. An: !!;ia i4LTL"t I across .Yiistta" 1'r/' oily, such bridge would not have i stringers pinned to the caps, not having a moiticc, tenon I no doubt true. It is a case of inadvertence or mistake
.I .'" uti4rag.ce; .i ."f \ ,:mr <'muraitUaro' of ot.iu'GJ, by.CU upon I touclie(1.1uelia 1 Island, as the shore of t that Island: does! not or brace in the whole structure, notwithstanding it contain I arising from a received opinion that uch harbor was sufficient -
.' t ikn :ui-l( hcrcwthit : IitltNniU..I I, that liic action of the! : form one of the banks of Nassau river, the Xoithcrn bank j j a three degree curve end i is of the heighth! of SO\'Cl I lt.rhapthe very fact that a very acute and distinguished
I' j".:: Ilailma,1 I t'Ur&: i'ly ":a. iI a"t"OI'ixnc"C i with th- .ur, and the i i.U of that river ending where Nassau and Amelia rivers comet feet from the mud to the iron rail: On this: tl.o train is to Jemhrr the old Board of thc Internal Improvement -

;; 11' +!;,:a1ed.:aolborixoii!! "be xrtCn.I"'J thecforword %'a" Ic'ri'illlltt':., nse.I lt 1 (t 'ct"cr. J Hence l the expression[ : ;I ed't'erm, the Westside : bo surmounted, which of if wi! average a heigh th of ; Fund had procured 1 charter, for a road running to
of the ,latnte this of Xa an rivor to Amelia Island." IIenoir the structure nine fi'et. making" in all a hcighth of sixteen feet from the j such place, may have had some weight in leading the Legislature -
s.ibjr.-t( follow"A
!.tnd+rl J thnntslnd dollar! 1ptttl; for the ,rr'+!'rrrx are a* 'o I authorize! and to be aided was one which: should nflad! top of the train. Tin:?, with the cars on, we i to tatt. for true what was n srtet with respect to
.' '\e west fide of: NVsau= : riv-r !" .ttI.il! Maml.! 1H"f"f'"al'" ) to f'rc.-.s.4 connect the! ll't*' side) of: u.vau river s'ith Ai/ie/i't !j have a !tructl'o of five feet in width rind sixteen t feet in I the harbor .' ( Key. Be this as may, if the Legislature -
't*. then-fore. ('1'1'/1.-;-'" :-aid amount: n'ul Mnmittec l>sl :. Idsto iio.,.iire ill this; t..IVrye''ron!. did aid ionlpaty your Irgiii i- ;; from the other Such being tie! plain terms of the law, it '! except the strength of the. piles that :are driven into the i t corporation not to amend the same, and if upon inquiry
: ""'plv MM! amount t tH the piq..Mf tic! a-t! The ctklencc.ultmif j remains to be inquired' whether (the one hundred thousand: mud} ; for tIe two i inch pin tlnt ::ocs through the cap into! i should be found that ('(,(Iar Key is not a place having a
., .-. :v-.1| -h. ">rtx: tficv' 4i}it.| s snot dollars of bonds which the Florida Kailroad Company has: : the top of pile is 1( 6nall! that it i is not worth taking harbor of sufficient depth of water, width of channel and
Ntfl"i.lj'r l t';, iao; nii"K ri7-ic-3!, that! it \\': ... the duty of procured the IJoard of Internal Impiovemetit' : to ;guaranty :' into the account: when we consider the strength of the I other necessary constituents to make it suitable for comrneice -
"nitar to* enter. into d<.taiU: as l-) tin C'otllparlti fttrvii;;dh have or have not been expended upon such a structure as: '. structure. .x oW it is evident that the greatest strain in I it certainly would be the duty of tho Legislature to
.1"litn ,>ii.l i l Vtrnoturnor whctln-r it ""L"the intention of I by law such bonds were to be applied to. To determine I j this structure i; at the foot of the piles, or at that point I repair the error that hud been committed and to prevent
.II' QI'( "'t"t1'hlrr" tu 1No In't:' aerax Na-eau rin'r-"tI h this, it U only iipooa'wfy t.> oMUiiin: : f''.o matt j, of tho route !' a-Iioro! tho j>ils outer. tho<; md), anl the< hifI". tho etir.c an expenditure of lands,mid! credit in aid of a work not
F .1 ,Leis RJJ mono jn'fj. .**ir'tin: : othf'rH';":c. anal I tk'l1)nging to auifilPrcn **- : of the Florida IJailioad: as filed by that Company, and to ture may be so much greater the strain tout. of the : calculated to benefit the State, but likely to embarrass
:: 11J,. tnt ii n u an..|. therefore! they ('Uu1illclltl'. r inn!4- !i C">mpaie it with a map: of the part !of, the State in which pile. Thus, if this structure is sixteen feet to the top of i other points more favored by nature and more suitableas
npTt!] u." o I' th I rte' a.1itl1: i if th "fi.ttlte a'lt"rIOfMInt contained Duval'and Nassau counties.; To such mapswe ': : the car?, n given power gives a strain at the foot' of the pile I seaports. Xo one it seems would hc-itate to strike
allocc.1 to hII"e'l l
': loptm: Iy '] the eykNded. | l, and if so, did said '! refer a* a part of this report, and any one, by inspection sixteen times greater than i' the structure was only one Cedar Key out of the -1th section, if it was clearly ascer="

.. )'W.int of cvpom i'I't'toot:1: : same.MI "a"l to dui i i- :le of bomh t.. merely, can see that: the Florida Railroad does not foot in heighth, and it is equally apparent that if these I tained that it i is:not a suitable place for the commerce which
MIV l ofore lh*;ir ]lo-,,'tl rij fist th* Ai/s'NC 1 i,' r at all, still less does ;t "cross: from the I i iir piles break where they enter the mud, the whole structure the State seeks to attract towards its ports. If Cedar Key
(Mmnittfo..t.lcr -jriK'f.; tiitl that thoughi. ( .tly i-pcaliiij: ; */ ,-/'/., if JT'*>ifHt rl 'f'I' (,> .AmriiiAt//." Thin being must fall, there being no other safeguard. It also appears II has not such a harbor as that commerce would need why
the raw, :vet :"u t'u-Ir "j.i.; ; ." no .....ilo.it: cltm:3"; n-; a )lain and iilairif/ .,-t fact, it follows (that no such btructurulia I that the piles Were driven without being hewn, but retain waste the money and lands held by the State in an enter
;- the Tnt-.t "'''.11.1 ; :i.l: / tl!, .v h..!H.n,, rand att.a"'hc.-. to tluailroa \ !been built as the 1 lau authorized!, and that the guaranty tho sap and bark upon them, and that they are sur- prise which speculators may deem promising of success,
<11 l '<>nipaiiy) in nun:s-t'on! tli'f'with. by lie, DU:1rlllf I Internal Improvement given GJI one I rOUulct with tide-water for a foot or more in hoi hth. but which would in the case put, be ruinous to all concerned
What' n. -.'I M..HITU] :,,'.- !hj: ...-l:1t: '.J l tgl the! Fund, liccau hundred thousand dollars of bonds upon the certificates of I| is well known by the experience of almost II As we have before us such facts as to the minds of manyare
..... a that aid cuntpinv] !promptly. tinI r rlt S UfMN, >, ujioti) which suit has l peen brought, and in the a-1- by the Florida Railroad: Company ; that the said ', and retains water, which, being mixed with the sap dar Key, containing a depth of water adequate to the purposes -
inn of which! if any Utnac. ha resutr'tl! !l. the Courts will give i certificates are tase: in point of fact wherein. they recite i j! sort was retained in the wood, causes a fermentation to of an extended commerce and as manytnembers of

that the bonds have been employed on a structure necessary | take place, and thereby brings on a rapid decay almost the General Assembly cannot but consider the matter as
j"telly id .:actwn, 1er 311.e of their it was InMnl hown of that ....,i.1 ('umPa a} al..;o, Ijy" re- 1 to cross:: from the West i side of Nassau\ river to Amelia I immediately, and it is equally a ccrtainct bj,m experience, one of serious: doubt and needing investigation, it would
low lljroctoi-s otFmslto ljtist"an.l to Island, and such, guaranty having been illegally obtained! I that the sea worm will attack destroy sap part of seem to be wise not to incur any loss or risk of Joss to the
; or daunat' th State. the I Internal I !
/ or Fund 1
." : istain in con; ';'1 dlr, lleoau.so in |x>int of('wt it v.as. ;*. \hon n that the iron on I by said Company, or if disposed of hy it to innocent purchasers to by every one who puts sap plank into his boat or ship, I investigated, and an opportunity had for a satisfactory de-
.''Ming for which said issueva: < made. ha; been actually laul- I the guaranty of the Uoard of Internal Improvement and as for the bark of the timber being a protection from cision of the question. .
."vat r p)lion thereof in the course of MX month* the'rcaft"rtill j should be withheld from an equivalent amount of I these worms, we know that on all part of our eoAst; many Certainly representative of the people would be- willing
i ;"" ','Jly! pro;rcs"iiipf until the entire portion was laid, and upon I. bonds, should said Florida Railroad Company be entitled wharfs arc erected upon pens built of round pine logs, to neglect the warning given in the message againstthe
!h' file cars are now daily) running; ; s11owtng that sail': l link.were to demand the same upon any other portion of their route. I which arc attacked by these worms and completely perforated loss of land and money which would result should a
i "h.lyan.1 I in px lfl l faith! applie l to the pUI'\) ():,('* of the law. I No amount of argument can convince any man of common in the course of a year or two ; hence these piles are road be built to Cedat Key, and that place })e nnsuits
l' : i< -onnesion 'however tone coinniitti-c cannot too+ "'Ton( ;'ly sense and common honesty that the words used in tho not only subject to a rapid decay in conseqnencs of the sap cd for Commerce. It becomes us to guard the public mean-
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; !I" '. their ooii'lemnation'} of the lo..e manner in which Mr. F. L. 31st section were designed to aid the Florida Kailroad being left upon them, but are also exposed to the attack of I I from loss and injury, if we have the power to do so. This
; '1>.' the" then acting State Kn,inc',>r, cave his certificate. Al- I Company in the construction of any work upon any part the sea worm, which in the course of three years will so I all will concede. Our attenti6n has been Called by the
.. ...'', in point Ol't. slight! if any, a''mal daimcjo]; : has resulted l I of their lino of Road I lying between Amelia Island and any completely perforate them at the place where the greatest Executive to a consideration of the subject, and evidencehas
g':? :, ;. tit, yet, your. coniniittce are :1.tlmmlt"I'l'el." fiom the nature of I point in the interior of the State, which is o'n the west of strain comes npon them, so that at the end of that time tho been laid before us. We must either decide upon the
I I ," i', '., that in .taiices ini?ht our fraught with Ntrious .lifticulty, Nassau liver, or that the words ** necessary to cross from I whole structure will be unfit for tho purpose for which it information we have, or we must direct investigation by
;':1'1 i 1 I.!, '-,' if such. looiatfs,to rice no other expression, were ]pt-e.l l withie. ,- (the west side of Nassau river to Amelia Island," arc to be was intended, and therefore useless; bat it may be said competent persons, or we must refuse either to decide or to

11' read so as to authorize the hundred thousand dollars to be I could any other work have been pnt upon this structure cause investigation to be had. .
t irJ point of in'luir:1" a< to the of (Cedar
\. !1. 'I' or. In regard to this the undersirne i.capacity<| of Committee Key expended in building a line of road arounuN. he head of tho which would have given it more strength and durability ? Those who are in favor of the latter course and who insist -
t.,. ,. the said l harbor was adopted) by to:1il l jour, talwin- the Nassau river to a point west of that stream; ,,To speak of I To this we answer that if tenons had been cut on the top that we shall take no action in the matter but permitthe
:a I r. I IK. tates CV>astSnney of the :,:ltnc a.. their company cnMc, an.l IMMII--; I cI'o.vJiufrom one side of a river to the other or opposite I of the piles nine inches in width and two in thickness, anda Board of Internal Improvement to continue to guaranty
.1 ': the contract made l for con trnctiiiir: .ai.l Hoa.lJtid&l, oonrfcepte I side would mean, if such reasoning prevailed, not wiat ev- mortice cut in the cap to fit down over it, drawn down the bonds of the Florida Railroad Company in aid of a road
4. : I ! 'MI' ; this,your coimnittee had antler consideration; the anienJt suppose, but directly tho reverse, and to speak of crossing square inches of wood at the top of each pile, which must right to such aid by having filed their acceptance of the
t- ic charter of saul company pa;;..trl l at the :t.lj4JlITl1'thl'>-5oii from one side of a river to the other side, would under such have broken before the structure could have fallen ; but it'i provisions of the Internal Improvement Law. In onr opinion .
,". ,.1 :;,. "Ij ijTnatins said l point or I place as the terminus on the Gulf interpretation of language mean to go around the head ofit. I is said that water would get about the tenon and destroy, the question whether such company has acquired such
.t... li.I I .'......1. and they incline to the opinion that such designation. ; Suppose a contractor had! agreed with the Florida Railroad I it ; to this, we answer, that unless the cap sill was morticed right, depends not upon the Internal Improvement Law
; i r. coupled with the previous: action of said company, willi"v Company to build a "structure necessary to cross entirely through, no water could. get to the tenon, and we alone, but upon that law and the charter of the company
'i, !" ..'!ties the question of right: toga; tin.re.vt from the west side of Nassau river to Amelia Island," for are further the opinion that if the cap sills had projected taken together. We have no doubt that if any company
;- > nbraec the principal, it'1I0t all the point submitted l to your I hundred thousand dollars would four feet and six inches the and brace let into
one any court or jury in beyond pile, a organized by law, any portion of whose route, at authorized
c.i : nun talc" ,'n and and for herewith their more submitted.full elucidation! they refer to tl;'c cic the State decide that such contractor was bound to build! I the cap six inches from,th ? end, and into the pile four by its charter is within the line leading to Cedar Key hassignfied

Lot :1.;..!.IM'tl'J,fruit the e\idence that the Florida! Ilailroud any and all of the bridges, culverts, and trestles, between feet below the cap sill, it would have added tenfold to the its accteptance of the Internal Improvement Law
h ., t > ;...atwl the spirit of the )Law, and) nHHigiii/iii-; in its companylot full t force Amelia Island: and a, point on the Florida Railroad situated strength of the structure, and this would have constitutedthose" in all its provisions, and has begun to build such road, thereis
1!.. :.nth. .,1 l the State in the sy.-tcm he has; izi i i urate; >l, we rooomti. on the west side of Xassau river ? It must also be remembered mortices, tenons and braces which Mr. Bradford no power in the Legislature to stop the further guarantyof
11 I '! ?... jiovsaore, :: of the follow in,:; resolution. and t..k to be(diseh.ir I that the Company have demanded and received looked for but could not find ; and it is moreover worthy the bonds of such company because of any ascertained
t. in tl., further! estimation of the imttcr: n-ft-trol l: the guaranty of bonds in the Sth section provided fur, upon remark, that the portion of the structure containing the defect in the harbor of Cedar Key, unless indeed the existence
1, i.; x,.1,.,!Jjy the Seualf uuJlouse (9! Iti'/trcsfHtatirff vf the Stt" -I every mile of their road, beginning at Amelia Island and I three degree curve, the lateral or side pressure on the structure of such defect should by the terms of its charter deprive -
C' I'',iti-t in Gintral .ts. ( !!fvitrcufil, That the Trustees of extending to tho {point claimed by it to be the west side is equal to one thirtieth of the propelling power of the such company of the right to build a road to Cedar
1111.,! aal Improvement Fund] l he and they are J hereby requested" tlu'I I, of Nassau Kiver, in tho Cist section meant. train, making, it absolutely necessary that great strength Key. .
1 l-'. i' mt'< (II.i interest upon the I bonds" of (the several Kailroad: conipaf The' 'facts: before the Committee, and the plain and obvious I should have been put to the structure at that l aco. So far as To determine whether the Legislature is so estopped we'
I .. ,' tiJ-: State who have accepted' the Act, approved January, meaning of the law shows a case of palpable! fraud the State it is concerned is of no value whatever. Hut it maybe must first ascertain whether the Florida Railroad Company.
) >. iIi. rtorida Hailroa 1 company' included for f the purchaso of practiced by the Florida Railroad Company upon the State, said that the Company gave the one hundred thousanddollars falls within the terms of the 4th section of the law,whether_
,:r ..u:i 1:11 .'lipment for the rcmaiiiler l of their said':: Ilocid: to Cedar and should not be allowed to pass unnoticed\, nor should of bonds and therefore they have done their whole such company is one, any portion of wl.ose route authorized .
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wh ti it ohallho. corr'H.-tly ccrtifuvl to (them that! the s-tid boil such Company be permitted to enjoy the fruits of their duty in the premises, let the work be well or badly done, or by its charter" is within the line from Amelia Island
.f ,',\ : !:I.,:..U ., re graded and cro :s-ti,>l in the manner: l'r..n.lt..lll. l the I iniquitous proceeding. whether! it itf, or is not of any utility to the State. To this we to Cedar Key. In other words, it must be
I C. in inojificaimv ascertained
1855 acconlance with such
' t .\t._.I.I\\'i-!. : liavclieon January: atrretl!, or under the amended I With respect to the mode and manner in which the Florida have already answered, that by the thirty-first section of the whether the Florida Railroad Company has by it cbarer
.. ....l I'. "' 14, 18.:>,). 0 upon 1 Actapprovciiitvip Kailroad Company has built their road, it is manifest' I Internal Improvement act, the Legislature only intendedto the right to build a road from Amelia Island to Key.
from the evidence that : work is first the several sums in that section mentioned to aid If the charter of
I"; T. J. KITES, Chm'n Joint C' m. I t.e not a class structure give by said company they posses such right;
, T. r. LAMAK:, and that many of the important provisions of the law the several companies in crossing large water courses, and without limit or restrictionas to the'cbaracter of the
:t C.: 1-:. 1IAW11S: 1 which were designed to secure the building a read iu every I not for the purpose of building tressel work in "marshes" bor and such company has complied with the prorisions
t W. J. KEITT, }f Ot Senate f.v'111- I respect first class, have not been attended to. No doubt or for any other work on the line of the road, and no company the Internal Improvement Law, then the State is committed;
,. J. W, .McQUKEXJ many of these deticiences may be repaired, and as it is too I can or should claim it for any such purpose, and we and cannot go back, let the harbor of Cedar Key be whatit
OEv WHITFIELP. ) I). lfoasc CtAn'V."of late to recall the guaranty given by the Hoard; of Internal further answer that the Florida Railroad Company is bund may. But, if by the terms of the charter of the Florida
i TILLMAX IXW1JAM; \ '- I Improvement upon the Bonds issued on the defective portions ,I by the law to build a first class road to constitute Railroad Company their right to build such road depends
I of the bead, all that can be done is to compel the must have utility, strength and durability. Now if this upon the existence of a harbor at Cedar Key having an
.. the undersigned, a part of the Joiut Select: Com'I'I said Florida railroad Company to comply with the law I structure ba neither utility, strength nor durability, who outlet sufficient for sea-going iteamers, then the Legislature -,
t ni UM tf' H horn was referred that portion of the which may be done by the Board of Internal Improvement can say that they have :first class road ? for it require a clearly have the right 'to inquire into tho 'capacity of
n< \ M\ -,--o:a; as to certain charges against the Florida! under the sanction and authority of an Act of the General frt class trestle to constitute n first class road, such harbor, and if it be found not to possess the requisite
Jv, Ih.uii c.'(stnPauy, beg: leavo to submit the followinglanwity I Assembly should tho Legislature see fit so to pro\'i e.- I failed in this, they should not have drawn the bonds pointed out in the charter of the Florida Railroad Company,
report, uot beiug able, without doing great Violeiac That this should be done there can be no doubt. Unless for the one hundred thousand dolar. or for the tel thousand the Legislature may take action and withhold the guaranty
j t. ".ijr' judgments, to come to the same conclusions I tho road is built in conformity with the law, tho safety of dollars a mie. which under the provi- of the Internal Improvement Fpnd. .
from UK v', idonco that tlio majority of the Committee passengers is: endangered: and its traffic cannot but be injuriously I' sions of tho of the Internal Improvement Act. The charter of, the Florida'Railroad Coot n ji gives Jt tqil,
came. 1 i in- videncc which has been brought before ns is I affected, and as a consequence, the interest of tho And Jit may further be remarked that if they have not built ,j jn the right to build a road which commcncCjin.}ns't
\ "v.MtiMH-oua, : and much of it, in our opinion, foreign 1 Internal Improvement fund will bo prejudiced.It frt class road why should they be permitted longer to j Florida on, some tributary of the Atlantic Ocean, within
TO !+v su'>!C' t which wo had under consideration, and for i is, therefuie, evident that in a court of law or equity, i funds from the Trustee which will work so great an the limit of the State cf Florida/ having. iflTcicnf-



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the ocean to admit of the passage: of sea steamers, and JAMES GETTIS, with the iron unlaid. It is further shown, that the track-la} ing was I ;the Joint Committee has been engaged for so many days cannot

shall rim through the Cistern and Southern portion of the A. W. NICHOLSON, I not delayed by reason of the deficiency in the work, and it w a matter omit to express their approbation of the course of his Excellency!
State ii the most direction 1SA\C of public notoriety, that in a few weeks after the issue of the the Governor in Inking the matters inquired into before .
t eligible to s' mo point, bay, \VELCI I tt '.
the that of the Road whero the Assembly. Respectfully submitted
bonds can running
: arm or tributary of the Gulf ot Mexico in South Florida C. were over part ,
I deficienc existed. It is also stated, that the contractors had done THOMPSON B. LAMAR,
south of the
Suwannee river, haying i sufficient outlet for N. B. I,6m not prepared to subscribe without qual.ifca- t' work ,
more a the late of the certificate than was to bringthe BAURETT.rile .
f "sea ;earners, to he determined by 1 competent cng:ncer I tion to all the maters of fact as expressed. I concur in oI ]toad m the condition required by the neesar Improvement undersigned, though !signing the majority report, de.irea to .;
with the approval of majority of the Directors of said I conclusions, but I am desirous to see the Florida Railroad his in the above ;
** 1 legal At't. That Act requires only a grade of forty-five feet t the mile, express concurrence for the reasons given therefor \
company. completed at the earliest day consistent with justice xvhereaa the Company had adopted a twenty feet grade, thereby necessitating I by the first signer hereof: GF.O1WJE; ( Will ITI EID. .0'
: Tnc power to construct the road limits the company to a I t to all interests involved. much greater amount .of work than the said Act re I -

fixed commencement. I must be within the limits of the C. GILLIS.Mr. quired. It is urged by Mr. Danc}' in his explanation, that he wa'ulhorizl'd. I J\: 11.-Mr. McQuten presented the following report : '

State of Florida, upon some tributary of the Atlantic under a liberal construction of the law, to make the cer I The undersigned, a memlier of the Joint Committee on the

O'ein, h-tying 1 sufficient outlet to admit the passage of Barrett, f,torn the same Committee, wade the following report : tifcffi :te. He urges, that the Road was in such condition as to fern- I i of the House to net with(! Senate Committee the subjects embraced par '1 o

pea tearfrs." It must terminate at :o-m: point, ha)'. arm The first subscriber to thi report, while concurring in the conclusions I sufficient security that the iron would b laid within six mouths : II in the Governor's Message, relative to the Florida l\f Railroad Company t

or tributary of the Gulf of Mexico, in South Floridasouthof of the report of the majority), feels desirous to give a more t we do not quote words.: but that is his The President ot'the r I -, touching its operations under the provisions of the act of Otfi /.

the Suwannee river, having a sufficient outlet for sea I full explanation of the reasons upon which they are based!, and has Road states under oath, that the stoppage in the track-laying was: I January, 1855, known as the Internal Improvement act, being: unable -

Heumeri.' But it i is specially provided, that before suchcunpany I I therefore joined with that member of the Joint Committee, whose 1, caused bv the suPCUSiUI of the mc.Us of the Company, produced by to agree entirely \ith the report of the majority of said Joint

begins to build the road, or fixes upon such pointo name is hereunto attached, to make the following : the fnau'cial difficulties at that time. (Committee, and ditienng fundamentally in some asks

termini, "a competent engineer, under the direction of I :, ) give: it as Ins opinion, that: the tru'k-IYI.: pro- Icato present this Minority Report : pLticulr.

the President and Directors, proceed to locate the REPORT : a Dressed with good I speed. It was ,omitted in the proper connection The undersigned agrees fUll with so much of the Repent of (homajority
shal 1 mention that )lr. Dancy states in Ins that he did not
to explanation J their
] terminus, and route of said Railroad to I : I as expresses COl'ictiol of tl. of the course
aster survey That of the matters laid; before them, the first subject that will be !I count the cross-ties but was led to believe, from the piles c.f, ties (of his 1:.xcelh'ucJ the Gonrnol in biinging IrlriltJ of tho

the South-western terminus, and fhal makE the proper estimates co'isideied, is in relation to the route pursued by the Florida Railroad : t h heaped along the line of Road, that a sufficient number had been : (General) Vssembly the matters referred to the Joint attntion Committee for
and the charts I
neee>s try diagratn \ hich shall in crossing to the west side of Nassau river. The 31st section delivered. I I Ii their investigationet \\lnle he I.ii satisfaction with this

be filed in the office of said company" This examinationatst I of die Internal Improvement Act, after authorizing the issuing of i j Now the questions which. naturally arise in the mind arc lll'sl i:I ,course, in \Mew of tit fact that it till expresses afford the people an opportunity :

be made by an Eng rer, who of course must be employed I bonds for bridges: across several rivers, provides, "alvl one hundred \ did Mr. Diney, mike :an llorn'c:and improper cl'rttiate .' WM : of investigating for themselves thev\orkings of the Intern Improvement

specially to make: such examination: \\iih a view to i thousand dollars for the structures necessary to cross from the westside t! there collusion, and an improper understanding between him and i, system, he would take tho liberty of dissenting respectfully

determine \\hethertherc is an outlet sufficient for sea-going I' of Nassau ncer to Amelia I/Cld;' dc. : "Provided that wild the Compiny: .And did his so certifying result in damage: to the :' from so much of hid Excellence's annual Message as speaks '

steamers, which examination involves a knowledge not bounds shall not iVIIfrlpt in payment for work done, and then only i( Trust Fund To the first, we unhesititingly answer, he llti To I of "the principle upon it was organised (a being) perhaps .

alone of tho mere depth of \\ater, in the channel, but its I as the work progresses upon the cerlijtcateof the State Engineer that :I' the sl.conc, we answer, we tlo not so IHlilThere is: l then I unobjectionable." If the people denied it objct mabl,to permit thu

breadth, its anchorage protection from gales, and knowledge j such 10rI.I/u been done, and that the amount of bonds issued is required slightest particle of evidence that our of the Company, :other I Legislature directly to "},Iedb e the Iith11 credit of the State to .
1 of the average draft of water of seagoing steamers. for the payment thcrejor" On the 1st June, 18", Mr. Brad- i' the two contrators who were directors, knew the state of that (pirt | raise funds in aid of any corporation," and prohibited them by the

An examination of the harbor made I by a-i Engineer for tided reports to the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, that of the road, unless it was: the acting ,agent and manager of the rood.We I Constitution in express terms from doing so, how dues the principle

other purposes, would not necessarily determine the e 'j "a.t the road docs not cross .Va ricer, I do not know on how.much 'i tan: understand, how the parties, feeling great anxiety abut I upon which the internal improvement So'sh'l is organized, Income \

points. This examination: is to be made under the uthe TOll the coinj>nny used that one hundred thousand dollars 'I the sucrece of the roal doing all in their power to promote its progress "unobjectionable" by reason of the Legislature of 1 18.13 having ereated -

vision of the Board of Directors, and must be super I ((x1U0,000)obmrds) but am rar7relrnt that at the prices paid for that and front the nature of the case, austolI'.1 to look alone to I a trust fund out of the entire public domain /of the. SIte andgiven
them. approved by I kind of fork, al the bmlIl* and trestle-work on the felts miles I I t their rights in the premises, could honestly arrive at the fnluslnI j power to five persons!, not as eitiLn", but functionaries of

Now if such i''! ofthl road hrl'l bell built for fifty thousand .r.vt(fOO u.r) I that they were entitled to the Ininds for their road, when it had. ar- i( ,the government, 6!/ virtue of their u, as. (Jorcrnur, .At.tornry .
examination made firilllositiu
no was at all, or being From this statement the questions have arisen, whither the Floni' i rived so"neir completion tint it afforded all the security to the tins-i I General, Complrolltr $.c. | succession to ,
made by an Engineer however carefully and fully, if the i da Railroad Company complied with the law in the location of their 1 tecs which .acompleted ruad, -berl would ha\1 furnished No doubt J j 'ege the faith of til State at lru\t,(bisttl } the of the k

Board of Directors of said company neither directed nor {I rood, and if not whether they were legally enited to have the m- I the contractors IHlic\Oe.J this when they called for bonds. That I i j proceed of the of this public domain, for upon the payment(rrl/i of the

approved such examination-if no action at all was taken I terest of :re- the thirty miles of road'I was in such condition, the result most imlub.tibl interest upon the IJonds issued b} these "corporations" raise funds

by such Board-it becomes a question \\ hetheraid Florida i j port Mr. Bradford st tLs that "!he trestle across Amelia Ifarsh is r } proves for all the probabilities: are, that the track would all l i 'in aiti" of thcmielccs : ,

Railroad Company is "a company authorized by its char- I very simple ant cheap structure, and has not the strength it II/ul Live been laid ha.llt not been for the financial embarrassment of j \notherdrpartmentofthe Government; having (he power and

ter" to build the rod to Cedar Key within the meaning of : haie"itc.. These two statements taken together suggest the country at the (time. Now on the other hand, how was it with :I being charged with the duty of giving to the Constitution -

the 4th section of the Internal Improvement Law. To decide I ther inquiry.whether the trstll referred to i: in strength and excellence Mr. Dance: ? From the heaps of cross ties which be saw along the 1 causes the undersigned to intlrlretativn (as n meni-

this we must ascertain whether that clause in its charter what the law required, and whether the company hare not obtained line of road, he was led to believe that a sufficient '11ltitllad 1 !I her of the Legislature) any opinion on the ", cXlrlsshg"h\II'r ihe "hber- ;.

which makes provision for the examination of the bar bonds for building; strndlrl'," to cross to the west side of been delivered ; he knew that the trustees was scattered; he calculated I al system .internal improvements" to hive bl'lI organised.inconsonance '

bor of Cedar Key was only inserted for the protection of Xa.oU river to a ;;rater amount thin was ne.%csMrv. The evidence that before their:signatures could I be obtained, the ro id-bed would I with the 2nd Section of article 11 of the (Constitution,

the interests of the Stockholders in said company, and only I submitted upon these pilt may be "umnlt up as follows : l:t, I i be c"llllete.I, all! believing that the security required by law alI may not conflict in letter and spnit with th13tl! Section of, the! 13th if/
directory to the officers ol the or whether it I That to l'rS" to the west side of said river in a direct line, there I j re l, lie- may have honestly. believed, that under a }liberal I article thereof. But before pas-ing to subjects he will say l lI lI li
comp my was would intervene, besides the channel of said river marshes j of the law he authorized to make the olll'l 01
and the ,
inserted to guard the State from loss : I coutrwtion certIfcate. that he believes the people at large will not to see that what ty oI
cable and or injury, by impracti Amelia rin r" Maps were produced to exhibit the fact; also, that i Tins is Ins. : explanation, and. the UHlcrsignet believe it to be true.- 'I understood to be tweedle'dum, has ingeniously 1li! been trade to represent ,
undertakings designed as a condition precedent I from the nature of the the course which the said river As. Ir. (',n II very foreiMv says m statement, if the party( conc'r- t ,
to the vesting of tle'right to build the road to.any gh.enpoint I runs, the road!, in crossing swamps all creeks which constituteits I ed in making; theccrtificate' should have felt that the act was open I: wCl'fc.dl'l.matters more intimately! connected with the duties of the

on the Gulf. ,: head water, was carried as literally to its west side a.s if it had] to such a harsh con.truettun a his been mule; and had he been a joint committee, the undersigned state briefly the conclusions to r
It is our opinion that the provision referred to would ', bl'el located 1 directly across its main ) It appears further il I 1 person capable of wilfuly doing, an improper act, he could very easily i which he has come, after wil consideration theevidencc.

never have been inserted, but that the Legislature did not ': c\Oi.lell', that thc 1 length of the road a'asillcreuetil probably t\'e miles I have elnnged! of the certificate to within :day' ort +o I 1st. It appears that the:one hundred thousand: of Honda

desire to authorize a railroad to any port on the Gulf unless ; bv.: the eh:uige, of location. t II of the time when the bonds were issued. But while they: relieve authorised b} the act of the (,tin of January Ih55, to doll, issued

its harbor was sufficient for sea goi.ig steamer Stockholders i t Mr Bra lfurd stated to the comunittee: that he was with a part of r the parties of an} imputation upon the integrity of their intentions+, the erection of structures to cross from "Vmelii Island for to

could ane would protect themselves. It is unusual i Knirincers who exploied the bed I of the river, and found it to be ; the unlersigned'tecl I bound to nee that no company has a t.trl or the west side of Nassau river nl'ceSSlty, was: not exjKiided; in strict conformity

save where it designed as a precaution by the State acting I quicksand. On a subsequent <'-CuiiHmtiun! he sail, that on the legil: ri.ht to call for bonds,, ali no Engineer n warranted in nnkmg with tho letter of the h'v-but that the road was made to take
upon the policy of not aiding foolish or useless enter-[ line la.t run, thuvvulthot the* mirsli vva.two miles of the river twch'eI ; :certificate upon winch to bi: >e the i issue of bonds until the another direction from that contemplated in the act-which an
I l hundred feet, ; its from sixteen to feet. of the law with.As I gave
prizes. all depth twenty Now as toi specifications are litcrlt.e extension to the line of the Road some five miles or lherealxuts.- }

But whatever may be the doubt as to what was the I i the question, whether ti' rul. was the one wntemplte.1 bv the to the question ru.t Fund su"tUld: any injuryfrom I Tins I am rat, disposed now to make objection tn. I It might very welt
o I law, the com pam' the Hold was to west ide 'I the said certificate, it i only! necessary to say, that the owl!} that those who framed the bill ,
meaning of the clause referred to when the charter : : i occur, were advised that ich would
was of the \a,can river, and that crossing its ]head was equivalent to way by which it could bare: prod'uced anYllamat', : for the track I ,
\ be the direction of the road
be I and that the named intended
it sum
passed, was certainly to inferred the of was
at time the
crossing its main chaml'l The. undersigned 1 Ail great vvhethj j I ]living to hive been del ived beond. the six months by the untie I be ,
of the Internal t nb to applied as proposedetwhen the road vv:is about to bo .
passage Improvement law the Legislature j! er tin const law can l sustained. lint are of the I ished state of tin roadbed (On the contrary, the evidence I ,
I proves constructed, another: and better direction be .
de'ermined l
had this clause of the might on,
charter of the
Florida Railroad that the Trustees should l tike I t the tra k-luing outside of the l
opinion no steps to test the ini tat <: was uninterrupted causes with the
tilt compitible strictest of
mater and
in view, and relied on a faithful compliance with its provisions i- the courts. Taken in eon nee,t ion with the lace of the counted the State produced a tUhtl'; in the means to supply the necessary chair I honesty intention-; on this: point ,
am to give it as that the Trustee's should
to secure the property of tho State from being wasted j law is somewh \Oaul and the coinpinv: have shown :a reason: :good I I and spikts. It would have happened had the certificate been strictly I. | willing the tiny not,
j for cattle, impede of the construction of the road. "
on a road to Cedar Key, should the harbor be in'ufcientfor and sufficient, almost amounting to an absolute necessity, for thechange true, and hid the Company waited till every. thing was complete, as required 'I|I 2,!With regard to the trestle progress and other structure acr.suwlh 0
sea going steamers. Else, it is impossible in the location of their }Jtoid. I !> 1 lw,the amount unfinished track perhaps would have been I marsh ol
belc'cthat ) it appears from the evidence that the whole one hun 'n'l
whereas one Legislature had deemed the capacity of The obstacles intcrpv"e.J and the expense attendant upon attempting greater. damage which was the uitereapail on the bond, for i I thousand dollar in bonds wad given for the construction ot the }

the harbor so doubtful as to provide (for the sake of preventing to build < seCUr'structure :&crS' two miles of marsh, :a; the t\.1 unfinished miles was caused 'by circumstances independentof I and that Mr. Bradford's was nude cash funr., I

injury to the Stockholders of the road, as it is said,) quarter of a of river. with. : quicksand bottom, and a depth of control of (the Company. I is in evidence that the Company : basis, "hil,1 r tidily accounts e"tim\o for the! UJMXI l>etwciu: his or' p''it
for the examination to be made yet, that the j I water from !sixteen to twiintv feet and that too at an cSI"e.lpar of notified the Trtet'that they" were willing to adjust and pay I, and tbe cost to the Compiny. llrlrl'lfe !
Legislature neuLI
which passed the Internal Improvement law committed} the cot, would be so great as to justify nnv company in avoiding the damages. The Trustees have thought best, however, to let the \ hen it is remembered that an made, to the ,
it, much more whoso reference Courts award the unlikely! that the Trust Fund will \ %application was present
one means were In to the : davia"es: is I
the State Hid in I
to building the road to Cedar Key without' other limitl"t I I Generalssembly for authority to sell the bonds r!itj thr laft. i is-
points the is follows suffer the Court ill for such
e\Oiccn"1 as viz- Chief Engineer as probably provide an amount as
regard to the character of its harbor and without sued by authority of a Legislature, at less than their
any pre- Mr. there is little I both the of the suit and I the interest the par
work on
trm' ant \rt admit th\t or no tnMle wico\'cr expenses value will
cannon against loss uch ns how threatens to occur. Injustice '! tlmU o mile it not appear strange that Railroad 'bonds should have
U,1 jx'itions of the in
to the Legislature, which passed the Internal Imjvcment I deuce, tint the lust. head tit waters of l Stat: river is Ho".1 at the I thirty i. mile r\i- LnJ The most important matter connected! with the is the been sold or given in exchange for I lhor and materials for the road 11 1

law, we m .st suppose that when they author- I j point. The 1'rcsidt ot the Road states and Mr. Bradford, admits. that question raised by- the the Governor in his message whoeKulljecl at valuation less than par. But even giving tlC benefit of this admission 1I =

I, .zed a road to be built to Cedar Key by any company then I the latter did not include in his "timatc of the cost of the prie-t of withholding; g the further ;guarantee of interest:on the bonds pro. I to the Florida Railroad Company,4he weight of evidence

existing, whose charter empowered it to build such road I. structures, the Fc\.erlmar,1 embankments:\Inch is legitimate IICe.-\r\a par t I of the Company: on the ground that the port of Cedar Keys is insufficient touching this structure inclines me t to the,opinion that a better and! ,
they looked to the Florida Railroad i of the structures. 1'residcnt of the Road for coiiiiiure-ial I more substantial one might have been erected for the proper IU.C
Company, (I then the only statesn.ler oath that purposes. The tin.lersigned tlink it to late to I ket value of these
chartered company privileged under any circumstancE the company paid the whole amount of bonds: to the contractors- I raise that question. The State has recognized the right of the Company i bondThe structure as it now stands, s'curl.

to build such road) a the company to undertake such work, I The Chief Engineer states the actual cash cost t the contractors to to build a road to that place, in y"arums ways, and at ,.ariou' t! and by pins on top, and without braces or mortice and, tenon joints, tiny
J have been sixtyfivehousand dollar The tim .. Their charter fkrobibly will last as long as the piles which are diiun, into the
nnJ that they expected and meant such company should I undersigned see no cause amenlh.1 grouts them( the power spe< ilicillv", marsh
only undertake such road, when by the terms of its charter i I to doubt the statement of the Engineer, oranv re.n why the marsh and I the Interal Improvement Act, whuh creates the Tr"t Fund, I trill known endure,be subject, as they are, to the attack of the salt water
worm, to destructive
embankments: should not be included of expressly! design{ ites road I Cellar very t to submerged wood in a few
it had been ascertamrd that the as a part the nccessarvstructures. a to Keys as a proper impro\.llent
requisite pointed out herein I In this
Add to the amount named h\ the to be aided I by the said fund without 3 ear matter, although I think thittlie contractors hyc
did fact Engineer, as the cash or restriction i, j
to build in the road exist. They ga\their to charter that company the right I cost a reasonable profit to the contractors, and it is i clear that the It would indl'l.1 be a singular result if any a 1Ialit'atil with a law hid the best of the bargain, and tint the CO upriny \ill compell
provided ed '
authorized them t in a short time, to erect other and their .
to hole structures at
market value of the IxuuN was n"quired fur the work. Hence should work a forfeiture of a right to its The faith : 1 I b.tkr own
build, and of course the Legislature expected that before I l'cnett. U.I I unii'ed!' which must eat I into the the
J the undersigned conclude that :.is the bonds Were issued the character of the State is involved in this matter-the one should not expense tl.dy+ earnings t
they did begin to build to Cedar Key they would ascertainthe j certificate of the State Engineer, and the whole: amount of the upon bondswas be violated, nor the other injurc.I] the (General Assembly should l I i! road and postpone the period at + they otherwise might have i j
existence of that essential qualification, provided by I actually applied for the of the determine otherwise, it I ativn been enabled to fury the interest on the bonds, and thus at an earlier
payment necessary structures !holl.l provide ample coupe i>; for they i
their charter to be established as a condition precedent to I the.law strictly construed is atishcd. As to the objection ,i who have embarked their hopes and fortunes in the i i, day r\lil\.e the Trust Fund jet believing that in good faith>the bonds. 1

the vesting in said company of the right to construct the 1 against that part of the structures which.crosses Ameli: uglt, I There were other matters connected with the Construction enterprise.of the I like wire applied, I wonl alvise that this nutter also bo disposed of in "

road.We I undersigned concur in the opinion of Mr. Bra,Iford, that it is' upona road which the committee investigatetl. !It is clear from the evidence | manner first. s \
are therefore bound so to construe the Internal Im I cheap plan and of a simple construction, but they are not prepared p that tho Company have, in their gigot desire to advance rapidly with ,r 3. With.regard to "the' certificate of air Danes" Stale Engineer, rf
law in connection with the charter to it fur its their road, permitted of the work I as to the con'uiuouv grading of Unity miles of,road between that
provement of the company pronounce iu"utceut purposes, or not a+ durable as any some to be done i
claiming the right to build the road as to secure a I other wOOlen, For twojears, they believe it has been Tner? i: nothing before the Committee however, imperfectJ.-, m opin.I 10 false and in 80 miles station, it is not disputed that this certificate was
faithful fulfilment by the company of all the conditions ,r found Miflii itnt fir the bu"iue"'of the Ko: ; ,l If the principle is once I| ion of the undersigned, is sufficient to justify( either the General Assembly fact Hut it is attempted to b set up in his defence and
u that
of the
on which we may justly presume the Legislature intendedthe 7"admitted I that the Trustees ran requirefirst < 1 iss bridge; and. tic- | or the Trustees, to interfere to stop the road Company, that he consliluet himself a judge of the spirit 4
;, ties and judge of those actually built, they IS One great error which the have committed of the law, and fet himself to go t beyond the latter of the"
construction of the road, with the aid of the Internal' CH1 h:1.e required stone, Company was in al 1 in
Fund to take I or iron piles mil) piers or w ood'I covered w copper ; materials clear lowing two of their Directors to become contractors. This should same giving -> certificate of the existence of certain facts such
was The
the place. Legislaturemight h hc'vuud the Il'an' of any Florida company. Vo evidence, which ,I not have been done and it has l tiger the fruitful source of suspicions and as the continuous grading of 30 miles" of the road, because he had
safely rest interests ol the State learned
upon the safeguard h:i< been : before the the But with all their short. the have that the Trustees were a>>ont tosep I irate.or had separatedand
Ic..lucet to undersigned Company
cOllitel appears comings
provided in the charter of the Florida because he
Railroad Company i believed that the road would IK .
the Tru exhibited continuously
: Mlfll'lent warrant
tees to a deserve
un.ll.rake to recover any part of commendabe erergand some credit for the gmde"before
and we but do'our duty when we require that said or compciivation for the l onds i attended their the contractors would he in pussesi"l of the bonds ;
ti ,; any issued to build the aforesaid scrod,'- success efforts. I should bo remembered I f-
company suall not evade a compliance with the conditions i i turcs. As the increased that it is nally because he was by the contractors to this
length of the Road, : the greater a public as well as a private enterprise, and if finished, will l urt give: certifcatl.
imposed with the end to secure such protection. d j amount of bonds issued therefore it is sufficient to say mt, that no Raili 1- be productive of great benefit to the State. 1 confess that : point I went upon the ,

isIJ There are some provisions in an act of incorporation that i roidcompanv' would increase the length of its Hoa.l.1, without o\'c 1r- It occurs to the undersigned, that railroad affairs are looked ntfrom t prejudices unCl\oroJt. to the Company, in addition tt the prejudice _Xt
'are merely directory, intended only for the security of Stock i I j ruling necessity for so lom It i is well understood by R ul roid p a different stand.point than that occupied when the Internal 1 which I entertained against the system, and which the present investigation -

hol"rs. and the failure to comply with which docs not a p any- increase of length diminishes: the value of the Road 1, Improvement act was passed At that time, our public men and ,I has failed to remove so far as the system i is concerned', by a

i public, and will not allow of the interference of the for the first investment is greater, the cost of running .and of repairs our people felt that upon the construction of railroads depended the disclosing the fac that the contractors who urged upon the Engineerthe

# State. .:'But there are other provisions which are mandatory I is increased, and the profits not altered. In the ease of the Flori.l one!)prospect the State hal: of ever arming at that degree of wealth I reasons given to induce bun to give this certificate, were at the

I and obligatory, a VIolatIn of which may work a forfeitureof 1 Railroad, the tame principle obtains, for though; the iutl'r"t r and influence to which she is entitled by her peculiar position and j i time stockholders ali Directors in this comp my, well as contrac-
't the charter of incorporation, or in some cases, 'I'j bonds is guaranteed bj the Trust Full, the debt is hers, and before resources. Influenced by these views, the seventh General: Assemj tors f>r the work on the road. Justice requires that. I should hers
f \ent tho corporation from having a legal existence.mav. yIn pre the I the Trust Fund becomes liable for interest, her nett (earnings when bly enacted a Law which they fondly bllevCI would bind together J I I say, that the President of the Company on his oath states that htfI I

first class are such provisions as prohibit a bank from 1 j the Road is completed, 1m have to b apple.1 to the payment of the with iron bands. the different sections our State, which would de- |I the was not within the State at the time, and also that the Secretary of
t linterest, before the Stockholders { Company, under the same declares .that he had
solemnity no
i can any part of" the profit velope our resources, multiply our products, ,
king usurious interest railroad increase our population !
or a company from bankiit g. : It is clear, that it was not to the interest of that company to mciea.se and wealth and give us a more influeuti.il position in the Union. In i( knowledge 'to the contrary of the certificate.
In !
the latter class those
arc provisions which provide that I the length of its Road. their enthusiasm. on the subject, they knowing the limited amountof > It is incumbent, however, upon the GtneralssmJ)', if they I
the capital of a bank shall be a given sum of and, J The next make recommendation the with tho
money !subject to winch the attention of the Gencralssl'mhty capital in the State, made large of land to lines of railroad to in connection
that of the stock subscribed a given amount shill be paidto ; is rc"plctfuly! invited, is in relation to the certificate of Mr. F L p and made provision for other aid grants, and omitted, perhaps, some matter, not to lose sight of the fact, that the person who gave this ,

the commissioners in specie at the time of subscribin?. j Dancy, on the 18th August, 1837. He ( that on tin; necessary guards and restraints upon their The ctrifcatt was an officer of the State, hose duty it should have
In the case of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Corn- i i date, the Florida Railroad.was m a condition 'crift.issue bnd" for a of several counties, animated by the same operations.spirit, large people subscriptions bn to resist importunities which he had every opportunity, of know- .
the of the law of section of additional 'ute ing were the( fact. 1
pan, questions incorporations underwentex.unination thirty miles, having previously drwn fifty and \-olultuiv! themselves. Compimes organized l contrary to
and are fully discussed and decided by the I miles, and that the Road was constructed in accordance with thespecifications under the, law, owing tLxlc to our ]burned means and the financialembarrassments ;My own opinion is, that the Trust fund has received damage, by

.t court. One of the judges who dissented, held that a failure I of the law, and the cro o-ties delivered along the line of the year 1837, the roul. have progressed slowly. I having guaranteed the interest upon the Honds which issued previous }-

by a subscriber to the stock to pay therefor in specie rendered of the road. I is alledgcd, that the certificate was contrary to the There is not yet much perceptible' benefit ; t e enthusiasm has to the time when they were required by law to have been issued, \

his subscription void. So decided then Circuit facts in the case, and that the Compantrew bonds in advance of abated, the people feel the taxes to be burdensome, the control of and that the Trustees should ascertain the damage and obtain indemnification
lllzel their I legal I the railroad for the same ; and in this connexion I would recom .
Judge, from whose decision the was taken, and rillti companies O-er the I intls vexatious and the habitual 1
so argued very ably Judge DuPont, who was counsel for The law which provides for the issuing of bonds by thearion jealousy of the people of corporate influence is revived, and they mend to the Trustees, as a protection :gBintlikt practice! to ap-
the Railroad companies: the following : that n have become as critical before point a competent Engineer who can as well for skill
appellee. The doctrine contended for by Anderson precrib" conditions .il o I severely as they were indulgent ; but
Judge line
was admitted by the majority ol the court to i I i the completion of the grading of twenty miles continuously, and 1 every the day i3 not far distant, in all probability, when the people, influenced examinations i of his duty as for integrity of character, to make frequent
apply to ten miles of the several roads
the in acco danl'e with {certain specifications, and, by more enlarged and just views, will attribute de in construction and report then-
case of a subscription to the stock of n corporationabout ![ the crovs-ties for the delivered the ficiencies in the temporary condition at stated times. And before this I would
line of
I same along the road both construction, not only in the Florida, but in all the leaving subject
to be formed, and that a failure to comply with the be certified and I other roads suggest that the interest of the that the several Rail
t approved by an Engineer acting in behalf of the more to a want of means than to intention to disregard requires
terms prescribed for payment of ten per cent, in specie State, the Company may issue"bonds, with the interest guaranteed the requirements of the Internal Improvement any law. roads receiving, or hereafter to receive, the benefit of the internal

made tho subscription void, and there being no valid subscription i bv the Trust Fund, to the amount of i>8,OOU per mile Before, howc.er I Whit the undersigned think that every precaution in fu i improvement act, should b required to comply with the recommen ;

there was no valid stock and no Stockholder the company can obtain the guarantee, the President and four tur tlken by the Trustees to secure the sboul a good I lotions of the Governor in receiving a Director on the behalf of the ;

and consequently no organized corporation. The reasonson of the Directors of the Road are required to state under oath, that I road by the Flordl as wel as all the other Railroad Companies State

which such legal decisions rest are that the provisions the iron for the said scion of Road is within the jurisdiction of the crating undlr improvement act, yet they are of opinion op- : With} regard to the quantity of water at Cedar Keys, the testimony

violated were inserted through public policy to guard the State, and paid for, or to b)paid for by the bonds, or their proceed that no steps should be taken by them that woul embarrass or de : is exceedingly conflicting, and still each m ght be truthful-

public and the State from loss and injury. They arc required also give a bond with appro\"e security that I lay the progress of any work. Until the are completed there Some seasons of the year, owing to the prevailing winds, it Is well

Such in our opinion was the purpose which influenced the the iron shall be laid on the said section of rDI six month must continue to t Iw a drain upon the income of the Trust Fund to meet I' known to all on the coast (including myself) that the fall of the '
The tide
1 Legislature to insert the 2d and Sections: of the Act first semi-annual instalment of interest on the bonds: is also the interest upon the bonds,and it is therefore manifestly oldie highest is scarcely perceptible ; while during the winter season, while

incorporating the Florida Railroad Company, and it is our quire to be paid in advance by the Company to the Trustees. The importance to the continued solvency ol this Fund that the Mate I i northers prevail, the water is almost entirely driven out and the rise

t duty to give effect to the provisions of those If for 8Ie which object of all these requirements that part of the Road.1 should put forth every, legitimate and safe means to hasten their at such times is, in its turn, scarcely nee P t i.lr. But with regard
Sections the bonds arc issued, in an operative condition before the completion! soon possible, to the end that the drain in to the right of the Florida Railroad Company to carry their Roadto
they a
were designed to secure the interests of the a shapo'
And Trust Fund
public becomes th
the liable for interest. I of interest miy 's and the Fund 1 be in I Keys, in my opinion, }it does not depend open the quantity
bo a
f Stt they cannot evaded, and are obligatory on the With regard to the section of I place thereby of water in its harbor. Char
Florida thirty miles for which the bonds to aid such other objects of usefulness public the Legislature It is true by the terms of the original
Railroad as

Company. were issued, all these conditions were complied with. The EnI I in its wisdom shall see proper to specify.beneft the roads i ter of this company, they were required to carry their road to some '
consideration of the foregoing premises, and in order surer made the certificate, the President and Director made the shall prove success, it is clear that the value of the Fund point on the Gulf of Mexico, having sufficient outlet for sea Steamirs. -

that the fund in hands of the Trustees be secured from loss necessary affidavit that the iron was within .te.Stt. gave bonds:to vastly augmented by their construction ; but if failures, wi b But by the 4th Section of the Internal Improvement act; a.

we suggest that the Trustees should not guarantee the i interest a large. amount to lay the iron on the road I SIX months and paid I sootier this shall be known the better. Whether a however line of Road "from Amelia Wand, on the Atlantic, to the waters of

on any more Bonds of the Florida Railroad}( Cempany, in ad}ancc the semi-annual interest. The evidence submitt to tho I or failures, can only be : by their completion.success,IV6 ttev Tampa Bay in South Florida, trith on extension to Cedar Key in Easter

until all real matters of controversy now existing between Committee is sufficient to establish the fact that "' was on the event may be, therefore, it is evident that consideration of Florida." is specifically designated as an object of "proper improvement
the every
them shall be adjusted and settled. road-bed, and cro-xs-ties delivered after the date of the cerif.cter public and private interest forbids toe interposition of obstacles that to be aided fiom the internal improvement fund," and by the

All of which are respectfully suhmitt-d, tie: were delivered after the track laying was com may interrupt and hinder their amendment of their Charter at a subsequent day, the original terms

ft. WILLIAMS, the menced.said It also i is !in evidence that something over five Miles of In concluding their remarks 0 It"EU: this subject, the undersigned, wen modified in this particular, and "Cedar Key" by name was
sCCton Real w a.left at the of while substituted for the the Gulf such outlet f-r
I 0 expiration months regretting tie; apparent necessity Lr the :nvestigation in whichimputations. point or points on having
sea Sfamers. In my opinion, if the leather of Cedar Key eon-

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-taint even less wator than) it does or instcnJwl ;"=: C1:art r -ppn.vtd D. 11, 1805, niut .till keep the ro of terror extend.JoMr ."1. STRAW GOODS : SPARTA ACADEMY : Change of Schedule.
did it contain molten lend I read, theact ineur1ear'ttiIIt the hlori'la Hull-: ] taut for the NiL of appriiranren only, : .t we i-hall: I ICilp1itIPrize5OOO
\vtter or liquid --f' ---
"l.at cit. etYmieto tie! Indian Agent t'( the Gem ralGoverniiit FOR THE SPRING TRADE OF I L ( ) TJT EK i Y .
there ntitl recic road Company. iaJpaot-l the btli day of January. '
lire, their right to go to 'lit and thtrtby damage our reputation \ 'h \'

>tato lIid i in going there cflhnot now )lie con I A. I).. 18i3, I is hereby nitiidealo that the sa'.dcompHiij : ond our piK-ket" 1GS92 i -

troverted either I by the GeO'r:11sS III1J, or I tl.llllh' power to c'OUtruc the railroad \ Tlii1 Latmgiinge may appear strange and uncalled Ifr !I GEORGE IV. Jf JEH1AL READ : I ( ,! COMPANY. a

the Trustees. from Aintli.i 1 Iclanu ('" the Atl..til to the to persons accn-'tomed to collider the acfiiniu- -- -. --
I 1 l..tiol of monry a.the ehitf end of their exirtenrc, I Importers, Manufactures t Wholesale Deal' TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS If. S. MAIL LINE..
wat, Il.i inoUthi with r "Tsnijii
For tlioso! reasons, I ofH-r the follow! P'; > ) n..ri.l. if any such are luri ; lot I take th occasion to ers, 50 Warren and 120 Chamber Streets, --' --- -
.iou to ('t.ln in 11-tJt H 1 undrr theproviion reiubr thank. (. hose I
Resolution : Key .ri.I to Almight iltl \ using AViP 1 orA-.-Factory 3S8, 300 and 392, NOTI'I'I'O Till: I'l'KLIC Tb- p-il, \lie are rcspctfully i informed that the
..f an act to fir and tna-a.urage I -re-tine I 6"1 to be called] that my mind
ResoJrrd by the Ornate and Ilou\t i>//'f/)- I I.n..i.t 1 ia. Loan. '.x..t.n lioiu its worship in the ta-flhlle| ] I Rroatlirny, AlbanY., A3 the members of nor firm have by way of purchase WlE.MSIIPSMagnclDGalveston!

rrscatttirrs cftfif Sl,rfe of n"rt

  • AtsfmUy conrenrpr.>\rd tlo Cth .I..) ,, A. I).. I li.Ii. r worship! :) in the "IIII'"'of Eternal: Truth n<'t I I11I..1. nAVE the tr.ide. that they h.,ve now in et<-re. _a I by the States cf Delaware, Kentucky tift ollri. nllli l 1 ,

    ) of this State, in I"j.>.,!Iill liy !Uw create 16 i5.,:' I a ith hand nround wbo'e |K>rUUl r..et'; complete and mnginticent nrtment of. goods in part of those iii Georgia under the management of ?

    futi'l out of tIe iiittTiial iiiitirorfincntlands : 1 We are not loarut-J in the juirkj of the I.w. and I II as tletpler s"utinvl, Liberty Justice amid lIizt'\\ their line, of heir own imp.rtatifw; manufacture and :aIessrt. Gregory t Manry. Wilmington.. Delaware.we \TILL I leave New Oileaiia and the various Flori-
    a trust add liaTe deemed it expedient to chance the name of "
    tll what would I'e the l lerol] effect oily. selection to which they will constantly during I ida Port, as r following Schedule
    Liuls cannot :
    autitheTefroul l lliJ
    an.! swamp awl owrllowtil] I r.lr. h.1 the season: everything new and de!iraUe, as it appears our firm, on and after January 1st, Ho9. to that of
    ( l 1..U net "n reioeal.lv"st in certain 1 of such an an amendment ai this: but the commoh I --. -. ---- --- --- besides (he introduction original styles 01 WOOD. EDDY i- CO., who will hereafter hare the Leave New Orleans the 15fh A 59th.

    Trustees said l.inds Mild! nil tin) funds arising ; sense construction of it \.8 plain. it seenis to tie, Wanted their own desijn. management of the Sputa Academy Lottery, and I Leave Arrive Penmenl at Pensacola on the t'i tatae tie! Ifttf.d.ns.& 80th.
    the others above named.
    to l he applietl tn certain purj>o"i'snnnifd 4 that no court in the world could he-it*te n inonioiitI I II I I 000 OF Leon enmity BONDS for which They and would extensive also stock call attention of to their very superior tia'l!l transactions as we hare endeavored to conductour i a Arnte at AiuLtch.cola; .r the 17lh it Slat or ht.I .

    lit *si llllct l : and xxhcrtMS)) until the Judicial I in its determination. It i* very cle.T, at lean to Ui Qi the highest maiket pike' will be paid. business witb integrity and promptness and we I Leave Apn'arLicola 4>n thy "RIt dll\..

    t Department of tiiU .Stato, shall date I that if the amended charter give to the Company a I II Apply at t hit Oflice. S Q can assure (lit public that the patronage heretofore I Arrive r.t St. Marks on the Uih it let or 24.
    Hats and I
    : January 15. 1\5'J. 3 Caps : Leave SL Marks on the .
    annie dny
    113Si'tlupnn! the competviicy of the (;Jente*' in the tirt in- bestowed on ua is well deaening of being transferredto "
    -- -- ---- Cedar
    Arrive at Key on the Pith i Sj .
    Adapted to all wal.ts..11 section*, and all tastes. I cur successors. Very respectfully i or Sd.
    Assembly to make filCh art, no power upon Ian l. they are (lttll..J to that t-iht--.o that Notice.JI0YTIC Besides the old standard styles manufactured expressly I S. SWAN
    the |>art of this (;leneral Assembly) i< recognized i; if I.their original: charter, they could] not for the Southern market they have all the New Augusta, Oa, Dec. Ifi. t 5S. a Arrive at Iallii!?" .' Tampa ,aseth: .: 3J or 4th.
    contiol have Cc'hir bocaifee of ; }/ IA) 1SKAXCH ROAD. I Lease Manatee .Tampa on the same .
    compatihlf with good faith, In gone Key a require York hionable stales and many others th.it they i : !

    the action of tho said Trustees or to impair i' nient in the harbor which could not be met, and by AN instalment of forty dollars per share is railed now prtsent fur the first tins.anal whkh cannot but n-oD-ii)!J i- (CO., ;Managers, ,, Arrive at Key West o3 the 21gt dfc 4th or 5th. ,..

    the under! said act, but that 1 I an amendment to their charter .this > for payable mi the tot February 185i, from I meet the desires merchants throughout the coun- Successors to S. sW.co.. Leave Key West on the lift1!* and 56th.
    rights acquiied requirement 1 Arrive M.uiutee .t
    1 at
    I the rub! it>er* to the Branch Ilo.id{ to ; Tampa an; the ISth it 27tt.
    I.' all action theieon nui>l J.e co-ifiiKHl to mere i ''a withdrawn, a legal right was conferred which Messrs. DtsiiAMi: : PALMER are try.STll.,1 U' lEA 1'8. ri HE following Sclxme-- -will- -be drawn- tVooo Leave Manatee it Tampa on the verne date.I .
    MOliliCt'1I0'-1 by
    t ftdiJce, as coniiti fron the* |K'ojilt! through I the Courts will unhesitatingly re jv-ct and enforce. the same and to iw certificates (. In this the will JEDDT & Co., Managers, of the Sparta Academy Anise at Cedar Key on the Hl'i i 23th.Leaie .
    department among leading styles Cedar Key "> the _
    I n same a1sys.
    their rej>re!ent.itives; j 11,1 -Mlution] reported by the majority of the I By order. F. U. FLAGO. Sec'y be found line of Lotteiy. in each wf their Single! Number Lotteries I .
    our uuequaled Arrive at Si. Marks on the 15lh A Z2lu
    Pen. & iso Railroad Co.
    2. Therefore; rasolced, Tliat the Trustees 1 Committee (see Mr. Ejifn's rt|>ort) was concurred 341Sl'ot Palm Leaf Maracaibo, for Januiry 1859 at Augusta. Georgia, in public Leave St. Maiks on the same days. .
    of the Iut'r Improvement! I'mid be and they in by the Satiate, ('1 Wcdiitxlar. ]tact 1. by a tote of copy Canada Straw Curacoa ,under (he superintendence of Commissioners. Arrife at Apal.-uhicelu on the 16th it 20th.:
    Grenada Sell Clan 1 Itrntn Sat lit...", January J. 18S9.
    Are JI(fl'h'j"l'l.l to continue to guarantee nine to the enatcw llald; Ventilating Leave Apalarhieolt on the same lavc..
    : were !
    tix."olg Chin 2 I> Saturday, Jamfnry 8, 185'. I
    Sale of Mules. I rav
    bee 11)1 Canton Leghorn Aru'e at Ptwarola t>n tlir 17lf L Slat
    and 1st.Leave .
    the bonds i jsutt1 to I II or
    the interest
    upon win of Duvnl anJ ): t>f JIU.hOI..th ofwhom C'lar 8 I>rav bahtrday: January 15. 1859. t "*
    Luton. Panama l'sr.saa'a! on the ;iTth : .
    be sold before the Court-house door in or "iUt or : .
    i issued by the several Railroad Companies oft "TILL I el.u.l Jtratf Saturday, January 22. 1859.Clat .
    I ,however,express*] I J.dJ."Inion again't city Tallahassee at public auction. on Puzzle Braid Fay.l.8eopetts Arrive at New bile.iti on the iMh .f 1st or "itTlte .

    this State, upon their full complilIcctac.- 1 the Ilw'r or duty of the Tni"' to ril the Ibe fact Monday in February FIVE MULES belonging I Everett 5 Dram Saturday, January 29, 1858. : OALVLSrON I MAGNOLIA Will each inaks
    after wit 'hall tho requisites contained in i question t>f the capacity of Cedar Key as a harbor to the Estate of H. B. Bradford deceased.Tei .- English Dunstable, 0A THE PLAX OFSIXULE NUMBERS. an extra tn'p to ApahaSSiiSi1amnonthIy :
    entitled I Togther with Fancy BiaiiN, of all the different i Leave New Orleans the 61'r .
    the act appiou-d GIll of January, I 1SV>, lus made know 01 day ..r[ sale. -- a.!) t.: 2. d.
    and toted the resolution] the
    an act to provide t for and encourage a j flgaidft on groundthat EDWARD BRADFORD Admt'r. I shapes colors and quahtir, in great variety. 50,000 Tickets ; Arrive at Apalaihteol.t on the ith A fd.
    it "aI1r.l.tur. Leave Apal.irhicola! on the 9th A 2-lth. .
    naT I i January: 15. 16SP. L.\1)IES' AM MISSKS
    I Intl'I
    Iibei.il! nvtetn" of iiiproveitielmts.1k''ectfuhI | 11.tr".luti.1 was made the epochal order in the I 5,510 IMUZKS Anile at New Oilean .n the ll'th A 25th

    v Mibmittwlv. BOXXETS, BLOOMERS, FLATS, 4c. V.\ IEI4 LADD
    e f.T Thuribiy., After cOI"i.lfral.l.debute in i NEAULYONE 1'KIZE TO ETKKV MNE TICKEKTS, Agenf.Newport .
    r. M!.\Lo\r.v. Drees Bonnets, of Silk, Lace and Crape. or 1 1 I -
    that I lKly. in wb'uh M Malmiey, \Wliitfielilud ri fur Fla
    I..r" HK cautioned
    public are against trading a I
    -- .
    --- the latest Parisian Styles with Straw 1 Bonnets GXIFIL'hXT SCHEME! I December 18 ISStt
    Hrl.ur.1 euj1.ortc.h] i and M..-r<. \Viir rin#, Get tie -L note of hand! tigned by the subscriber, pa\able I of the most recent Foreign and Domestic manufuciuie.By 61

    and \William of Leon it* adoption, it was I to Julia A. Rhodes or order for |500. dated several important additions to their Millinery TO BE DRAWN EACH 8ATCEDAT IS JANUARY! A-a. E'N -'--
    Jloribian & .ouriia1. .11..1 j the lUth of March 1&55. pn\able one day alter ahout.1 intend 1 l'rize of .$50.fKi) 10 Prizes of. .. .*900 I o Y .
    : l of Dr. of ) department they to make that a prominent I
    : finally.di-j l.1 .r on 1..1 .ii l'aqe| l.li. I with S per cent interest until paid, as the feature m their business for the future. I 1" 20.000 { 10 8uO i -

    !'D.J ;; on the table! the tooter taking said note has been fettled. Bloomers and Flats trimmed and I untrimmed asplendid 1" 10,000 t 19 1 700 Bank of Columbus Ga. .

    Mition that the ] ". ELIZA A. BRUCE. 1 6.000 I 10 GOO ,
    i I the | re"uti.n. et 'n '
    i of all the different biaid-t IJ.D.tJtI
    : i 3Jolh'J. assortment ,shapes, Cash., n.lI. 1'1)\4: ;, ('rest.
    TALZ.AIIASSEE 15 1850. 34wAMUSEMENTS 1" 4.000 60 Stan
    i ;
    January ,
    couM liav influence the
    no binding etc.ARTIFICIAL.
    colors !
    Tru.tle Cash !
    3.000 : to $100,000 00.
    --- --- ---- --- -- -- I 1" : SOO
    -- --- : a.their dutic are already cleaily! dt-tinod by the 1- FLOWERS, SPRIGS RUCHES 1" 1,500 2 Its 175 I. ---0----
    11/\ *.tTEnDtJ.I.U.iLI', .159.- -- = i i law creating the Tru.t The motion to lay on the &t.., &c., \c. 10" 1.000 225 100Approximation : rPIIE above Agency will at Uf. t'mei l loe 3nppl".dL

    : taLeS eanied by n Cute of 2p'I.* to 13 navs, LAST SIGHT POSITIVELY UMBRELLAS AXD PARASOLS. 1',:(*. :. with Exchange .n New York. M current rates;

    trMr.J.J.. 'C'WIUI'K haIiee mpflifltP4Uflt.. far theTori- | neveral] ti>tinthrtf..>r (iiit-htiJitii! ;: the mo.r,) whowuuld 4 Prizes of$400 appro'g. to ?30.000 prize are$1.600 Also, vii Ol'iml! and Apalachio.l.t. Bills: dl-coun-.
    lo rxcelve 1.b ITIIII"n.rtelO.Ac OK THK: Most of the above goods arc new and fresh stock, t ted at currtht r,tts. (;<.1'| Ci.in for tale.Oflice .
    JiH riMt n.i 10 give receipt In lh<- name of the ba\ gone for the solution] had the question manufactured and selected under their 4 300" 20000 1. uO
    ; tin* Jt carefully personal I (up stairs) over the Store of .1' L. Boston,
    rrojirictorn fir the .am*. : !La-n txkeu directly on lU | 22 S" 5001. 900
    j I While regretting the di-jin-hion lhl.of the resolution lacihtie nnd advantages they are in a position to 4 1'nl1l\lI11.'C'. Pec 4. 1958. 49'
    THE CAPITOL 200" 4.009" POO
    4 .
    ------ -
    offer unusual inducements to first class buyers and -
    Y1f Illankw. uri..ty "rl.rinl'd BI.VXK .n tianI. by the we will n.-t withlmM] thecs- I 160" 3'OQ" 600 -
    4i ant :TTKVirrw I.CItTU.h.'Tr... lou I which] vocation they will introduce new S ongg.I rf' 'C'lrunYl'lIlicit an examination from all who visit 4" : .LYLa <
    JiKh are B..K OX a'
    among i pievHotivf our rHtitimtion that course of the I 4 100" 1.500" BOO)
    I'II."K"'I\. .rI-IIt'LM. SI..C"... a.TTI"55 &c. tie Refrains, Builesques Dances dc.: lc. this city.
    :I Governor in rtft-rrini-; the m.itttr tl the GeneralAsttuuly ; For particular fee small bills of the .Ia}. First All approved orders will command their prompt prizes of 20 are.100,000 0. Tile

    I line not oiiIteen fi-rmally approved but I Night of the side splitting afterpiece of the Daguerean and faithful attention and be shipped ithout delay, -- Farmers' & Bank
    +Tff We an- rim.'-'..l to MV that the) H.-v. Mr. i Gallery or taking pictures under difficulties. per instrucl ions. 5,510 I Prizes amounting to.$3 OlOO Exchange
    that tlie .f
    large of the invetigating -
    Wi-': *>f \ iriiaa. will pnai-h in tii1 I apti
    e u8Woi ) commit tee,a shown by tluirsevenl rt1.urt", at '4. Tickets-50 cents. Children and Servants stock with prices attached, sent by ina-'l on applica __ -- ; EXCHANGE ON
    t'LsreL at the botir on Sunday lo'morrow nlieve the! I' E ROCLAK .nh'nitHa tJrjJ fully all *picion I'lurpric. C. A. ScI.ACGlJLIgE'ot. tin '
    company llllllel.f l/t is-mt ta any (11'4 dtmroKt rtittvinj it _h..1 \ AND C'lAILESTON
    aMOnIin. of intentional] \ duin conilu"ion January 15. 1859. 3-lw January 1. 1859. 1-3w
    --.--- ---- \ : : tll ., -?.:o:- I FOR S.\. -
    --- - -
    I ---- -- --- --- -- ---
    : \\. an* |'leaM-.l to 0I':. as s \itor to our ; iu the |.rrraiM'4 are etititl.il to the nwre weight I Certificates (It Packages will be sold at the follow A. DE.1A.n
    DENTISTRY.DR. Agent-
    ( the fact that: s<.\. of them went the 3.OSO- fates which is the risk :
    MirUnnxiljoiiriiinriit "
    Editor uf tW Tallahassee Dec.
    city. K. i. Judh t.P., the) 'r4 upon I I Io3.! 4'1 I
    ,,dfr4. : couMitittf. with strong I'r.udi..thl. uthtr wav.I I A :.io-'r m:!iit\m.K AV.OKTMCXT OF Certificates ot Package of 10 Whole Titled .?to -

    _. I *. S. We -taini-J our 3-t-stcr.Lty with a. aa 10 Half .4tJ FIRE INSURANCE.
    -- papi-r SEEDS i
    GARDEN .
    : 10 Quarter 20'
    . .\ or HIP I.egh.tatiire. '; the hope that Mime coiu-riHiii] ><- ixould] han L..I .- --
    twh tI'mo. .j f ib' L'Mji-l.ittiro a.ljoiira toUy 1 offered in the house upon "M..1 coud I bt ueonlial : Warrauli-d Jrowlh of 18;8! ." 10 Eighth 01. .19 : TItRTfORD!) FIRE; rcurE COPINT'!
    i tl. In ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the
    t U nwt asuin oil th. 4lli M.n.Uy in November i iinU-n t>1 all tides. I is an unprofitable I 'l"tlCSE SEED are pn t'ml'.1 fn.m a cold climate money to our address Cur the Tickets ordered. on receipt PIHUMX LbURCi\ : COJIl'.1.,

    wst. Tbr N---i' now tnkrii i i. 1& indication t teft in in wbub I L and will con-equentfluuu) i h the better in a I be forwarded first OF
    $ r tn.ug e*" every) at-jnct it may b\it-wi.l!, I of which they will by mail IJ.\JTFOIn. roXX.

    wf tW orees ity aunual ...)"*. i ..t pregnant with di>acter to all the internal] iniI warmer*- Call one like early"ure.t or.send your order, that you may T. J. CUll LEE Purchaser can hare tickets ending in any figure they : Aggriagale fapiial, $100,000,000 cU.

    ----- I r/roretiuiit intirebta of the Miite. lime people are get the varieties desired. AMES A LIVELY. 'TO1JLD return his grateful acknowledgements may d"iinte.! 3!. P. ELLIS, Agent.
    Tli \'. S. Dlwlrlct Court, IT the citizen of Southern and Middle The List of Dr"numbt'rs and Prizes will be
    to Georgia Tallahassee Dcc.
    4. 1853.
    ] l mxion in this cit : ole and East Flon,la, for the very liberal patronage sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing.J3U i _ ___
    CecIItaeoh'Ol ill on Muoliye -- -- --- -- -
    ) i well of the tate who \011 take the iuitiative received from them during 'ie past five or MX jears. Purchasers will please write their signature PATENT JlET.LICBUlI1

    blt-Ja.It : Into-4i j'r.ilinW e notice among towards an ailica..lt adjustment of the rpIIE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully call He will continue the practice of the above profession pi.un. and give 'heir Post Office founly' nail! State.

    the snei.1&rr. ..f the lour Irotti other untU-s in .t- I' the wLolc matter. attention' of the public to their advertisementsfound ill tho-e fifctions of country, and has made such J2T": Remember that c try Prize is drawn and L CASES
    in tn-d.i\'s in whi<-h (they} offer their entire
    tr.Iaave OIl Ito] Court. Col. P"w.| of M.iJi"m, C. 1. ---- paper arrangements with manufactr-ers, of IVntal il.itennl payable in full without deduction.J3f ,
    STOCK C" TIt being close their
    at 'T. object to I I -
    FUe at Montki4I... i..l .1. M. IUkr.n.l i.en. ). Wi I| !'"; Florida Volunteer*. i bu-'inees. presents rare opportunity( nil who wish ,, North as to enable him to put up in.tHtti of t! All prize of 1,000 nn-l under paid immediately
    teeth in of the modis at from to after the Jr'Iwino-otbcr prizes at the
    popular jiffy:
    *_dl..c Am i It. I'. H.Un.| | .f y-iir.rv. J. F. !! Information to supply them"elve81\'ilh ch> and desirable Good*. any :
    r*V r. fromVa"hin;ton It ads us to Lope I' ap ont hundffd dollars less than is usually charged. for I time of thirty dllJS.XO'fJCl \i 1 '
    ? The whole Stock has been regularly replenished tRwelcO(1
    ll (,..tlau. Eat W \I.I.r..I..f. Mjiriaawt.Ve ( that the necessary .]|4Ulioii ,'i soon be made I to the present time, and thev feel confident instating up the same in the South ; (he means what! he $.is.) and ; TO ('ORRE ro-\Dr \TS _

    \ o%<- .a mpiiiojy! to Jud.f .ieIiu4i, whi.-U i( to me.t the elasnis of the H..rida \.1Ittr" Tie I that iu no srrted stock of like amount will be found guarantees them to be as DIRARLE nE trmiL and Those who prefer not sending money by mail can

    lx-n. .1 but noteMii HCKVICEABLE as COM b. put up Nurlh or Botith. lie Ad'WIII /> whereby -( Finished; ; latest I'ateiitj--
    tVmiH t.\ nuhloJoug : c. \l"e were I i following communication f'ol the Seirctary) "f *o few old or bp worn g Those ill tied of his wi v-ice. r u. by dropping a for 1 ickeU. in 01! *lu and be sent II
    .e wilt it- .1 ]libation until .... f,irtli 13.G. pay troops note to him al either Mont cello or Madison, Fhu, at ri-k and from city town
    |>NM IUM juan article .kicb.J1.] ."l in\\AMiper ; service l.y Gen. Ilarney nn.l 1 Col. Loonmis, wus 8. 18.10. 2-tf have the work done, and time to test it before paying where us our they have an expense office. The any and rr order -\ SUPPLY of all sizes kp constantly on hand
    j -- -
    -- --- -- -- -- -- money
    .die tVtk .rt Jt.nibM.. It vai Utcd that! Jud*. |I r.re1 on the 23rd ult.! )iiivtiwn of Ju.lge HawI 1859.GOODS fur it.tlf" must be enclosed in "Government Po..t Office I. V- by T. J. RAWLS, Undertake-
    : November 20. 1858. 47.
    The best references given if
    Mdatuali Ij.l Dta.le n .]'iiiitniBt f H- a FtrrUI{ I kin, to the cooiniittee of Ways and Means: of the stamped envelop.or the Express Company cannot
    December 2 1858. 6!
    AT COST them. i
    .. of June receive
    tcr M* Coon intlaCity.ab..utth Iloune:
    j ------- ---- --
    A II commnnications strictly confidential -FRESll-OAR-DEN
    .&. taikd to I1JftI t.. thc in x>iir<-nKiicr of|.rMl WAR n SEEDS.GroVV'"th
    j Va.\IT\FST. < 23. 1858. I TTfE are now offering our entire STOCK Kt COST Greensboro Female Col. Address Orders far or Ccrtific.\tcb to .
    Lit. .iso 1. Ircu ".h" m.H'h uen- \Ve are I, SIB: I transmit. Ii-rewilh. a eommunicatiou from .
    T T for CASH or its equivelant consisting of the WOOD EDDY .t CO, Auguata, <.rgia.or .
    the I'a General] from which GREENSBORO GEO. or 1O5O.
    yrnaster it will be ,
    tliat the
    tw I Ivsrn per
    w pbaeJ uual of
    variety WOOD EDDY A CO., .
    in..m.tr eein-d that Atlanta Georgia.or
    *.hkh t'uit )4it'tIklIt WMH !Iuw.I| I.emu of f.ur I huii.lre.1 I and tlurteintlMtitsaml Div Gi >iU, Hardware T l 'HE Second Team of Scholastic year will! open
    r..CI.. .0 EDDY A CO. Del.
    : MX hUb.1r.dolLars (lli.r.iNi') will be WOOD Wilmington, GUM DROPS '
    Silk first in
    re Goods. Tinware .L on the MONDAY January 1859. and aI
    "u il I'3iIt1i> tOld i$>t. n* li. ie'lo"f u*. t.r..r I quired r.tJ M3iuetit ,.f the Florid Volunteer* Fancy Goods. Woodware and Crockery close ou the last Wedne day in June with the Annual :3f A list of the number that are c.lra"n from ,

    tjwcUl l<...f bit Court T.lki a kee .l the !I vailed ilto r i.-.l.y i.-txrnl Hartley and Colonel] Boots and I Shoo. Hat minI l Caps. commencement exercises. the wheel] with the amount of the Prize that each OI11\.I.JL FLAVORS

    that wfcrrvJ t.>. j Lonuiin. and bate the l.oM.r to request the cnl'l!)' Clothing anil Hollow'ware. After the summer vacation of four weeks, the first ore is entitled to, will be published after every drawing j ,

    r I maid fa.rtt action th.n-t.n of the House of IJ 'p- BUTLER A DENIIAM. term Scholastic] year will begin and end on the in the following paper: Augusta ((0,0)) Connitutionaliitt. FOR COl'GIIS .. "!) COLDS !

    . ; lteort <>f Ilif' Joint I Coituiilllrr. .Cnt1i\; January 8. 1859. 2-tf tbiid Wednesday in December. New Orleans Delta Mobile Register I Just received at the DRIC STORK: cf
    I Verjre jct fully. r ol.'t. serv't I Charleston Standard. Nashville Gazette, Atlan'a Intelligencer
    (! mali,ution Las able anti hirmomous Ftc- JR.
    To the <*.. of other we -- --- ---- ----- --- This An I EDWARD BAUNARD.
    ) .I..i..1 I..tt. |Iull.t t. JOBS B. see. of War. I Nt'Yc.rk Wet-lly Day Hook Savannah:
    'WYl. I LTT and commends itself most fully to the public. : Tallahassee December 18. 185S. 51
    4ay the at d. J.Hnt Cotuiuittex .. lion. JAMF ) .. the Hou Bargains Bargains Richmond New York Dis-
    r.r tt. LOuR:j : >e of : Rev. HOMER HENDEE, A. )I. President.Uev. Morning News Dispatch, I, __ _____

    1 tlu *e,_]<(MH. .l to iasrr-tigat .- the charr.iipliD I C"I..ekb ti\. : HERE is an opportunity to invest your money. R. A. HOLSTON, A. I. Professor and I Pastor patdi Paulding (Miss) Clarion and Little Rock, Nathaniel Hamleii

    OM I"i; riJA Kulr>M-l. MibntitteJ. with t.ei get its full value ; we are selling every Presbyterian: Church. (Ark.) True Democrat. : ,

    : I'ATMtttEit (.. ttu'.O.'FtE Oet. 2C, 1858. thing-from a pack of Pins to a Silk, Dress lit coat, Mis C. A. HAXSELT., First Instructress and Teach I Nov. 14. 1857. 46-ly I
    -r- 4e.ee. U the General .\Wy.m MolkLiy (act.- SIB COMMISSION MERCHANT
    I bale the ,
    3 :
    that --
    to report alimesthe I Calicoes by piece-at 7. 8 and 9 cent It is only of --- -- -- -- '-

    The tnnmnittee ,a.ci>Hi] te>l of f
    I Nina wf wli-tu concur in cxpri4ii2 llie.(>]iiui.in that i \ olunteer*. called into "er iee .f the United BUTLER & DE HAM. I Music. 'I

    tito*<'"tu| ant. bate | in the 1857 nd 1S5H, it i f*
    C.1'n"II"'I"i. years ---- --- - -- -- ---
    FunJ. live rf die (.MUlliu. ,.ign m | bi.hHtge of French Drawing and Psiutimig.C Ex Gov. James E. Broomne,
    \ t from that the of *
    .1..1 j arlaile tlll mini -413.G>Oi NOTlCC. Tallahassee.Flat.
    Lecturer the
    Professor -, Popular on I GeD. U. A.Slaane.A. .
    fnMkl and aJvi the ilhl uJia] wf l nd I f
    be 1.
    < e < "> i ,'mll. required to appropriated! CongriM
    Experimental Sciences. It Noyes. Eaq t
    ty the Ti'uiftec. until the toaltvr is di'ci.l.-d I by a : for. their iymeiit.| Hayward ; order .f the Board of Trustee Newport. FIII .
    II hate the honor to be, Dr. T. Willis. Dy by H. lii. t1.-taecr.. }tq.. { ..
    ..inr.'blition. but U tuemtier (Mr. (iillii<) I very respectfully,, your the S\nod Georgia. D. 110 WELL, -0-- John .f., Siifllmg, (!Juincy, Fl.u(7m.
    obedient *
    s1s4itia bin M iutuiv by Myi ing that be do s notenscer I I BIINJ!'r\3ut.: F. Paj master General HA\ Xn located in Jefferson county' one hal January 8, 1859. 2-4w. _. See. & Treas. of Schedule4 I .Vni. nail y. -fFVrMm county, Fla.
    LARXEI. I mile to the rear of Mrs. rad"" on bt. Augustine ----- --- J. O Putnvn Madfson Fla.
    .witbuut io all the matters of Hon. JOHN B. of War. E&1.
    .lfc.t.. I FL"\o : lacy road otters his Professional services to the surroun BLACKSMITIDNGTH -- Angugu3 8t..ele" }"i], Cedar Keys, Fla.

    CttU aa ur- are I the"legal cone Tlie pay fr the talc troops called. out by Governor .ling c.auntry.Jamiumary THE Department having ordered a daily mall scr. I>antI Belt EK j.. imiltoii county, Fla.Ed. .

    !.. -. I" l. "..I in the retnaikableCefit ] 1 Brome is being pres ed with vigor by ourdelegation. '. U59 2 B undersigned has lefumed work< between Tallahassee and AVaKer'a Mill. 1. Ilemimrton.: Kcq.. )tThomastlle.Ceo.
    of "ie.kf on si J<". A* lrca.J V11.t --- town and hM opened a Shvp in the Train will run on and after the first of January, E-l.SfiturF' ,

    1.1.nine .;the CVutniittee I"tl in relieving II A letter from In.lje HI\kin. states E. C. Cabell the. Mme building with Mr. Kuhn's Car{ IS&f, aJ follows: J:1-k Marsh.. Ezq Duncanville, GfO.I .

    .tr that every effort w-ill IKS put forth to procure an rise ShO|>, opposite the Exchange: where all kinds *)n fie 1'en: Jr Ueo. Railroad : I Nov. 20. 1858. 47
    t'<.,11.1 of .u clwr e of fraud. Tu.y.xCM appropriation to meet that claim. A.t"torn.cy La VV', of Black'eliTilhrnvf will be d"lIt with neatness and -----.---- -- -.---- --

    | the opuion )Uie Iaou.Ie] <.I..in. for the I TALLAIIASSEC, FLA. dtf. piitcl He can refer with contidenoc to those Leave 7al?!*>aJ3ce dalv? tt. . .4 P. M.Anive I -
    -- Walker's Mill . Notice.ALL
    at by 530) P. M. .
    I heretofore f
    him the characterof
    who have >
    vUnetvre n eMMiry t. crone fnitn the Weal chic i of OF S w JONES, SRMINOU CititF. TlieTampaVm"i January 8, 859. 2 patronized < r Walk r's Mill .t..8 A. M. I late
    nUTI A TiE : ._ his work. FRANCIS PAYNE. Leave daily persons indebted to the Estate of the
    N iaaau r"f to Amelia IklnnJ were I le timatelyjTJieJ I W4.r of the lt ir.st., fays Mr. Kil- -- ---- ---- January 8. 1858. 2-tf Arrive at Tallsliaisee by. .. .. .\.:) A. JL I Jones of I- on county, decea 'd. are

    anJ actually ez en>lei) for the fara '. lucy & McClellanrtt Wal&er3 Mil with notified to forward and celtic without
    ] : burn who arrived ut that place] the pr! iou.. I Yonge --------- Connecting Past Coaches via hereby e. me

    loorpover espren the deei-led! <>|>ini<>n that I Monticello to Albany every eventn* of the week excepting delay: and all persons having tlairos] against said
    Jay Mate that the eeUbrated Seminole In.lill A."t"torrieya T.aitW Notice.V7ILL
    Trustee not to withhold lionil ( I ; Sunday and twice a week connecting with Estate, are requested to present them to the undersigned -
    &rt luthflizel milt !;I Cli'uf, S.im Jones. is dead and that Tiger Tail has PKACTICK 19 ALL ISlE CotRTS OF WEST FLORIDA.' be sold on the 15th January lost, at the Coaches ginning to Madison; AlFgator, EftUwTj' and within the time preset ibcd by law, else this

    Florida I jroa.l Comjviny on the
    Insuffieirney (.r water Hi Ot-dar KejSe en vf the the Saint Augustine road, about two milts east of HART, Admt'r.
    at heat cArr..1 out his r"lh'l. to deposit lilt, iMines C. YOXGE. 1'.u..I. F. McCLKLLAN; Marianne I Ihe TallakdSfCC Haiti-bail !
    ('onaatteein the report of the Chairman. Ju ge in the lanaI of h 1 fiithers, from which no bribe or January 8. 1S59. 2 Say 1$ Mules. A quantity of Sweet Potatoes. I Leave Tallahassee I t daily (except Sundaj: M.I -- --

    1rI.r.: Lamar and "en. WhitriclJ, c.f that I I persecutionjtli- fire and sword could swerve him. .- -- 50 head of Hogs at. .. . .. .. .. . ?10 A. BY EXPRESS

    IUmlor. Mr.I Jiarr .tt. submitted a t-eparat re- He told the government agent when] approached h- I Bel-Air Academy I IJr. 45 of fins, Cattle, A quantity of Sweet Po- Arrive at St. Marks by. .. ..11.25 A. M. I .

    ron Mr. Mahoney alto gave Im riews in a a few month since on the sul of removal, 2.000 bushels Corn. tatoe Seed Leave M. Mark daily (except Sunday) 'riii N"c York !

    rate but of there in tc I ISAAC AILD, I'RI.NCII-AI, 10,000 pounds Fodder A lot of Plantation Tools] At. .. . .. .. .. .. 2.15 1'. )!. I Colored KaK\an\ Cloaks,
    report retorts IEla.\ ,
    \ "'ll ap' \ that "waggon 10.1 of mon,) would be no inducement exercises of this SCHOOL will be resumed A
    1 general cnlu..n" We ali'h to get of the Indian, but I rl"'lIE MONDAY tile 17th January. I KOBERF GAMBLE JR., Exfr. with Post Coach to New Port on arrival Black B.mbacine. .

    The report t.y Mr Epr** (1)erabodie* the eon i who can fail to a.lmirethic] wntiment'Ueniark January- ." 2-3t January *, 1859. 2-tds of. and which returns beft>re the departure of tbe I II Oro de Rhine

    eluswcs from the viJenee that portion of -- --- I :. :. -- --. -------- -- Train; and with the line of Mail t@am..t' between )I aol White Silk Rouchtr

    t tle "m.u W
    *f4. ot the *bole controversy ant are aMy ami Of DaJf coHHtit.. in tlit JJmue vf Jttprtxrutatirr points on the Gulf arriving at St. Marlson their wayto ; Linen Trinlllifn 4. (new stile) .
    J"'tlr.I 8rA. 185':I. OH the lull It rtj-cal lair t"jirtrtMt THE STOCKHOLDERS of the Union Bank persons indebted to A. R. COMBS & co., Kay Weat ou tbe 18th and lit and 2nd of efcch French Lace Circular T eir..
    etateJ their author. The of tt O
    lky l.y rv| raJinij. irit/t tfif Ixjiant, tn rtjJy to Mr. of Florida will lit held at its office, in Tallahaswe i R. C. WILLIAMS are requested to come month, and arriving at St. Marks on their way to PtleninrVj j

    Mrr [inter, 15urrtt an WbilfieM recites tnoref \ljflittf\ of Jllrton on I"daj. the seventh day of Femuary next' forward and settle immediately or they will be sued New Orleans on the 15th and 29tb of each month. I Paris Mujlin a-

    tit* eriJeeee than t-illier- of the other. inJ will I fhalll.h for the honor of the State of Flori- C. G. ENGLISH Ca lI. by the first Mondjy in February next. Whenever these day come ou Sunday the Train I The above Articles .have been tl.i day received

    January I. 1859. 1Negr'oes R. C. WILLIAMS. will run on that t'ay to connect and for sale] at D. C.'WILSON'S."
    W fotonJ Hvulurly! inh1fio; f<'r that rai1 us I dt : Mich connvh ns these have prevailed I
    ---- January 8, 1838. 2-w KDWAKD IIOUSTOUX.Prest. I Novnnbr, 1868. 45 *
    with thi* IIa the __ __ .
    ircfl a" fo tl general strength pervading the entire i \ml.I\ gentleman
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    \1.nl I highly .r.I. fully considered the nature for Sale.I 5f Sup't. I -
    d.lm1 I ot Inn own proposititilitripwd of the sophistry January 11819. 1BLACKSMITHING Seed Oats.
    Mr. Mahoney taca e>cea rr I in uliieh Vi{ ha* clothed it, if I rightly! timidem stand pursuance an Chancery of a Decree in Chancery in a case .

    L. -iuaitiuu to the tvUole] .y.tcin" but iusi-t him. it amounts to thi_that w(-hall wait and do for the count of Leon the undei signed. will sell win pursuance rein John A. Craig is complainant and Ni- I .J\J\J OAA BUSHELS Juatreceivedeaxl Seed Oat.. : ;. ..
    at Auction before the Court bou door in I fur.aleby"tm-
    cpoo *J her in T .it t tong .* it remain the lawrflWlaaJ. I notiiing-reuse to do an act jut in itself called fair public rah F. Rowles Executrix tc.. of John J. Rowles, a A j. 5E0INI83.
    hthe neceVitie of the country, can first Tallahassee on the first MomUy in February next. I rpflE SUBSCRIBER give no-
    is dif.n.lant the
    unti1 undersigned
    deceased Special
    Hi .icwi throughout will IKS found the following Negro slavesf the E tab- of John It JL his December 18, 1858. 51-et
    af -rtam the 'i and pleasure Ilih and Master will .lIl..forl l the Court.house door In Tail ties that he baa opened I .
    t.he etl etvl ele ry! exj.re e.i mighty diiinitary. he In.liang'nt of the United) Stromen, llt'l.'eacetl. to-wit : George, Funny Sam, Pe lalia-*
    Hw Mimirity). ren rt i ta a able ji-iper. IutCr.t : Mali'* povernment, h this A |*,#5tioii worthy of tar Laura Wake% and. Adeline, and her ijf.int child public auction, for Ca.-h. the following real estate connection with his LIVCBT STABLE*, where be will I HardWare.. .
    the of the of free and independ.int Eliza. Tt M-i-One half cash aid the balance in 12 have dune all kind of Plantation and work.
    dignity Legislature a Carriage
    otaeb inarreJ in II wit Lot No. hundr and in '
    i (Iu7)))
    our ju.lginent. l.y an important: I to' : one seven CHAINS, PUtifer. Ste-1 Ho**. Ait*.
    months with notes 8 cent interest with TRACE
    Mate For shame on such Ifgiflntion a, bearing per the North Addition of the of Tallahassee, tosatisfy ALSO .
    onilfcion in the! riution ofa wi.l from the inter City Locks Screw and Ca'rper.ten' Tool,
    I believe in the two good securities. B. F. BYRD '
    thi .
    i Nty. *]>|>oaliiig to StipreineBelaig said decree.
    for tale W.
    DENNIS 4 CO.
    hAl iWrrou'II.-t a"I. Th 1'.t c.t.the .or-1 ,: to ( h'cii our minJi and then in aetimigaccording Administrator de U>uis uon. lUCII.P.UCNIH.T.-. Master. HORSE SHOEING in the very best manner by .
    ] Special Oct. 16 1858.
    Lloyd. 4
    .inicture" In the that is within and January 8, 1859. 2-5w () and will use every endeavor to have work
    Miigular tn>te of the plural I I to tile light us leaving January 8, 1859. 2-3wNotice. '
    done with and to snit customer.
    the to Him. and I high a ----iT -
    niimVr 14 the lav has it The ordiof the tUlute consequences h.1 to -
    j re-.|>ect f.1 the intelligence of the majority of the Notice.SIX II P. B. BROKAW. .L1 wEats. .
    hundred thoustnJ d"llar .
    are, .tlt for the .truc- i member of ] to January 1,1859. 1 br
    thisLegislature suppose that they Months after the first publication of this no ARGE lot now opening
    (urea nece< to cross front the weSt aide of Xa JI.
    siry sMQ btlieve other"i Ise. iI w. r DE."lsls-b co.
    the undersigned administrator] of the Estate persons Laving claim agaInst the Estate of

    river. Je The omission wa doubtlr! aecilenttl But suppose we wait a the gentleman propose I of Leonora P. Crenshaw. deceased,late of Loots county ALL P. Hollad, deceased, whether as creditors Peter Cooper's Oct. 16. 1858. 42 .' '_

    lot it teike* quite a material,! JiIT'rtnc.in The dignitary to whom he allude has not conde .will present lila i final account and voucher to the ,legatee or dwtnl.'..tee, are required to present .

    the Rtmng: of the law. There i*, m.-'r. in the f'el.le to shied upon us the light when of his will presence do I' Hon. Judge of Probate of said county and ask to be their demand, in due form to the undersigned Executrix REFINED I Cash Advances

    i last-it is uncertain I. f di-missed. J. C. CRENSUAW, AdmtV. of the lat Will and testament of..id deceased
    "'t. argument of the report touching the right I'\ again if ever-and. if ever lie should come ag.l. January 1859. !-m ,-within two year from this date, otherwise SHEET AND SHRED ISIXGLASS, MADE on COTTON ttiuped'liour PnWs'fa

    "f the Flori.li Kiilr.iiJ Oompiny tl build to Cedar will it make any Jitrene to him whether the relations they will b- barrel; tod all those indebted tie requested A PRIVE ARTICLE. York. W.L. ESS13 A CO.
    thitt he then rind established are Lloyd. S-ept.5,1858. 19
    Key a total ignoring of the of 'i legal to make .nt immed.klr.
    charter Notice.SIX pavra
    tint alun.l. or illegal? I not a.II tryt that this Legislature LETltlA O. HOliADAY, Ett'LJanuary "7"ERT extensively] osed for Blanc Maoge. Table

    Cotn'aant'tlhLji arneanlol l charter ives them I will consult 11 own dignity and its ownconvictions months after date I shall present my final S,185 1r' S-8w > aol Wine Jellies. and for Jellifying Preserves. sUt't"IUURBU1UiI1iG

    tho rlrlit. without regard to the ilepth of water. toga of right in the decision that it i now aad voucher to the Hon.Judge of Probate __ ___ The Shred with directions for doing i ia put in small

    t< (.Ja K... The original charter of the I i i called upon t Jefferson county. a* administrator of tbe Estate W. L. Dennis & Co. Packages for Family Use, and is sold by all the principal PLTJID .'.
    C. Will you \ .your frontier settler now living of Hartwell Watkin late of Mad county de- Grocers and Druggi.U throughout United
    *Di evi.taiui.l
    a floating terminus tLe Gulf :i! amoiit the ImV.an* notoriously tnga .etl in tlie open ci a.ed, and ask for a dWhante from aid administration. HAVE ID Store. Osnaburga.. Keney, Blankets State. PETER COOPER. WARRENTED FRESH. Ice ul.e as the tTh Q

    hut use Legiahitu.autocquenty] intervened and I I violation of law. .you may go on. viuUte tL'o law ; WM. W. IIHR AdmtV. Sheeting and bhirtiag*. For sale cheap. 11 Burling Slip New Yt rk. I K. BARNARD.January .

    flcd i fij>rct tir.rthe terminus; at Cedar Key wf will "'mat i but we cannot repeal it We I January 8, 1869. 2-m Ll-yd Sept 15.. 39 January I, 18). l-3rn 1, 1359. 1


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    The Ploridian & Journal I I- NEW:: GOODSr rTROUGHIN I 48- HOURS -- SCHEDULE OF TRAINS ; WJLLIAMP.SLUSSEII, i Insolvent Estate Notice. I l I

    O Till: "
    .:' AeJery S.\Ti'\'. ".v -.\ i UKSASH :- ; : TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. STATE OF FLORIDA.
    FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. ,1EFFERiisN cor.vn. )
    \ :). ... .-. JONES i\: (11.\:0. II | YKK i:, .ST3BE.Y : : : 'i ,- MAMTAI'TflSFR .CoPPEHTl\. ) SlIl.rT: ]> W. EDWARDS: ; ShrifT and .\,lmnitr3t".J. ; :

    : : '.: ) -. ., r.. .\ "'-J .. IRONYAISL', I I fX (oftic'o of tU Twister.f John KSrrtf, Lit* f
    t2r m"Z Yuou.u.:1
    \ t .
    1 lTAI.
    .. T\ ). "' wnt .. in I"rall. /. 'l'ILL.lILt.'sIE. _. ..-.( -;. a" :J -- ,'-') ; : _, { L:;" ;, DEALER ix PLUN, TAX .\u J.vrx- :ED of J.fT.,',*..uI-:. .muts-. '('(:'ed, tias filed in tie Pn
    hate r< > > f f Jeffer*"!! .rI'l.ty..1 mitten fuzrrestion I-
    !3iMs OK AI>*.:::1.: fI.t,, ;. L.\TES ;. .i 'Vl.ts: I OR MILTOS' ('IIA'I'TAflOOClUU. LIAYKS:: : FKUXANDIXA! V.Hr\ ; \.\::. 1:at he ;.lieve* the IVtut, vfjvkxi B. Sr'eotl, to U

    ,":. o _ t'ehuIw.T'.i.! .. FALL U j WT1LJ t 1J s. 1il.Liile ; SPLENDID assortment Parlor sand notice is sixen to all person* I l.ninirclitr.
    : '..1 t-- 11111:11 Uu-siaci '.11 :. .i'.1. d nt 1'1 pa tL 'k OX arrival of Sliiiu : f:''m ('har."t..n an I S.i- _4_ Weed Stove, trimJI.1 ofC""kint."'llhnetuu i,r ir.,t wi i.1 I Estate. to appear ami file tin-

    '...'1. .. Scri-'cck1y ; 1nnII., connetiiij alCalblal will Sl.e fur and : : nt reduced : same with, tilt Judge! tf l'r.liate .>f said count,. 0:1 "
    :;.I: e et'I4to U't ,.Ulc t -. .il- ::1.* n'itriber i : :, !x. IJl;; :, .11... :' at 10 idcrV Hill :h.IC.II'VI!!-. (;.<. : at Baldwin: with durability "r liefore thellh, ( d 1.mr"'J/i/I" Our DoorVoiK.
    ir..n.: *Ill be Jtl.\ue.l.1ntl1f." .ncdciu xpaid. ,< p.ft. :11I..rn.I .. : 0"' .ll'l"llln 1 110'I/S flr'fS Maire f.r Tallaha-see ; at Tiad ihilge StageIT "ill Le a pro-rata ,!i i"l tiibntion! of the fund bel<*.ginctn
    1':1. o't1eicU.. OS.1..t Midillfburg and at Sharks uith Stases fvr Ne Roofinir. Ornamental Front Heads
    ; Guttering.
    :1'y. \ di-.tL.s! ,.oi.I 1)41111.4. i I >-tI.i : l1.i.1| T>fat (rcl tHe creditors thereof at
    : "Vrtinc.itf* of publn-stion o" Wiril "r 't.twill li-.U...1 Trl( lil': .Lie'In", :1.1 uu.111 11:1111.ill.. Ctialtahfiochrr 'rl( ra'.all Sjlitrdiiy'jt 'nn.ville. (;". \'ilh. Mieanopy, llcmngtt! and"Ooala. per and Tin Conducting Pipes Sheet Lead Sheet wliiili tim the aid B:W. Edwsid will apply for .J'

    'utk'viI imt Le given. uiiti'! the) t'lveitism' ;; fee I* EI.I..Id..i,.. ISILlketa aol K.rtcY' alterAc arri-n! of I .S'I'tn.crfroiz : t Zinc, Lead Pipes, Patent Cistern Pumps. Shop work In* final ili'diarg-t:i fioi'. lh,' t.[mini-tr.it ton i>f snulEMatc. ,
    .t 1..il.r. LEAVE Starke daily.Siun'iay( excepted ) on arrival of clone ehoit notice.Cil .
    Cloaks ald }llllia I lUaU nuLl Cap', t Ajiriliirliicou'tiiiil II... ..S'iv: from Tallahassee ot Stage and connec'tin at Feruaudina will every variety at : THOMAS. ( .

    I ItOOTN AM SHOES ; Fla., and ISainl/ridyr, Ga. : : > and Iflorelimits Jii.le,; rf Probate
    j Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, on Monday Connt..J July 17. h;.-. C'J r.in
    t BLACKSMITHING Carpets and Oil Cloth,, I jlion and Nail, I LY GOOD TWO-HORSE HACK! ; Tuesday, Wednesday and Fiiday., ; Are respectfully invited togiva me a .:1 befoie per -
    Cornices and Cuttains, I Paint all Oil, rITIIS LINE i ia now intirst-rateortlcr. The whole I A. H. COL '., 51p t. chasing elsewhere. Insolvent Estate Notice.
    -0- Hardware Bayginfr and JL 1. 1358. 18 N. B. All articles manufactucd from tie ;
    ant Cutlery I| Rfp" Stock has l>een r"It'wll. with new and comfor- May I JS3": very
    'She and Firh.I -- -- --- -- material avl P.irranted durable. No other STATE OF FI.oIUO.JlH'Ir. .\. )
    i is hereby" given that i Ciockciy s'ware able llatk*. The Drivers are careful gi.ler and aci best ast5

    :. NrOTICE .MK.MITIIINO I-nil- i GROCERIES FRUIT. i eonimodatintr.( A liberal! allowance of bagg-ijjo, allowed IEDC.\L NOTICi:. I lew'ill be offered fr sale. os COl'X'.Y: v
    A."f October t0! 1855. 42 W. DEWITT. a-ln.mutrator! .f tb E.tite
    [n..s"i1I continued a< Leiclofoie :' assortment of the article to each. passenger. -I-- : JAMES *
    < .general Iwve now com
    at the iLl> T.I.Y D of D. C. WILPOX, in thotiflrue I __ W. Do Witt. late: ot Jf&TM niiirtv.
    into and
    ttyle and fiim <
    At Milton ,nr.tr. .1 written s'segestii"u ta.it he helirt_ ltoe Estate '.
    LOn7ST C..1.PRiOE'S JAS. A.Cmrnv, LLOYD, offers Iii PRO- Otard parkltrigCi.Ier.
    H. B. Fitts <&5 -Co. II Oi: ITS KQCIVALEXTS: : ) One\a. AI.i.' W. D. MONROE. nAVINOlocatetl.it ito the Citizens.of the;place I 0).1 Port, Hl.1 Pert Juw.)111ld t'lltnrt: U". IMVttl (.) !., it*.Kent. "Ike,. .':.
    Campbelton, .T. W. and the CIterIka f.re>, n..ti""> i< EM en fa all! per .*. Laving claim 1
    SIT' surrounding country. :1, Hr..n.ly
    Oraleful for till heretofore xtndtHl CO IT* 'nr .
    patronage i them l.nODICC. Mariano[ \ NituloLs, Oct 9. 1853 41 Sardille! paintaid r'tnte to appear and file the time with
    tliy ar. now letter rrepaieil I. and d.t.r.nintd to -OKUEORUC- \ i Slu'rry IL. ,
    f brfcre
    i 1: ChaUahuocu.( I). COLVV. ---- -- -- ---- Sparkling Ochllllt". l'rutnJ Qalaces. i Judge 1 Probate' t f &bl county f n et Liar

    SPARE xo (IPAIASrn I Bakab1c IcL3Or. Passengers can b* taken through with certainty, Just Received I 1I.svoritig Extracts, Pear,. Hili dav d f Mat r.'\t. wr..n there will be a rt.rali
    I W. SCO'lT. !; secunty and with comfoitOEO. I Yesit I'O'\\'r3.! Tam:1fIlJl.L, :, ttit>utin of th' ,' fund* iel-nin i ? to aiil, Efat.

    tlieif pait to accorntiKKlttc all "Lo may favor I Sept 18, 1858. 33 D. FI lFR Propr. and Con'r. TN STORE and f..r sale! bv the nndersigncil i a SpaiuiT. Olives. Iic, ,'', .mmi7*' :tin creditor, tht-rc. f. at wli'cfi: |:1- the sail IJ
    them with their patronage --- --- :I June 12. 1858. J. fresh supply of DRL'Gaol, CIEIC.\L..f I C'mt'h. Pi..lJe". m>-. W. IVWitt nill:! :>;'ppv for lii* final ii! ..lwTg"
    which? the few from (it'miiii-'tr.-nion! f d hi l rt.iteUK .
    SUCH AS j NEW GO-OD-S. following are : -- : ""Jrt'f''It'rsllire11'e.. 8alaJ lit.

    4 [ -PLANTERS'' 10 oze. flebeerine. 5 oz.IOJ Ammonia, I Engliothu Mustartl, f'ar't'I'-, N;:J. l"II..n: : .I.\l' of Pr. tVft.X .
    Horse SJiitfinp, Ironing and Repairing HOTEL I 'l'n.I.'r 1't.: 1:.>!$. tti-Aiii
    10 I Santonint. I llphur. Claret. Cocoa, -
    Carriage and Hug (( .)\ I CHEAGOODS. I 15 ChinoiJio, 10 I Nit Silser.I i AMES A LIVELY. Tax Collector's Notice."IT71LL .

    ) gir.'t, Plantation work of s> K .1.1| ,
    2" before th.Court bone iU"r in lr
    Talahassee, 25 1lrpbia. 1--- -- -- ----- ---
    t't'rf.'I.1nrfplOIl. 12 EItttum.Cit V town of)[olllle, I\!....) the firf M.'lhl.i ,>( IVh.ni.ir :'i
    Mill Irons ami rrj>airin; atnr, IroningVa. ,, -0--- I THE ) rt.pdfuly-1 25". Act, 40 I Irutu. ex Quinine : Livervand Sale Stable. \ next. the (ollnum: land to'wit : tl lie X W f i>f ;:

    gont and Carts, TAM now receiving my large and carefully edt-c. friends and the public generally, 21 5; Iiperint' 5 Y 9"IIE underMgned give notice the S W ?. Section T..w".I.lp! 2. Range -. S ,t K.I .
    di of STOCKS of FALL and WINTER GOODS above well-known will be opened on the Strdmint. t'rtrla. I I"'\i..il ii n! tlio i>f I. Iiocnih) antI set It
    ik HOTEl
    nn l in fatvery other 'oiiption w" made of 8 Ib*. Am- 15 Ibs. Huljih Ether, _I that he has pnr- tip"| propt-rty |
    Iron lint Steel l. all of which we ARRANT,and pledt : embracing every quality and atle.SILKS second day of Au nixt. He invites the attention moni.Pliospate, 50 Chlor.f.>rm. chimed tin* Livery Stable ofj_ t-t .t\: tIe Sttp ami I County ami IwTiroi-l! 1 tas"

    OHrselres to execute at the I."rtt'st! ixitu-e. 1 : of the public to its 10 lb. lixL O" Glycerine, (pure) I William H. Ne\ om, in TallabM*e".together: with the A1-1 .> at the ame phre? nn.l time, tlie S \V J ,.f lite VV

    11. B. FITTS & CO. ;i Silk Robes a Laizo, |Striped| dL.ir. f Facilities for their Accommodation.It 2 casks Rok POW11 good will of the t-stalthilin-cnt, anti SIsaL he is now \ A. lie N \V I If S W J, Section 19. Ti \ .Wp I.
    Feb.27. 1P5S. 9-ly __ ] Volante. i Pl.iid A Plain Cold! Silks, being in the immediate vicinity of the most desirable .\ L S O | pieparcd to carry on the badness in all it* brancho. HJII:*' 4. N .t I 1..1, l npn as the property ,f
    I' business of the and the with! nccommodation Starting CSamer, antI t.> be "-M to !ati-r tase in*
    ) "a Quille, i i Double Skirt portion cty. presentsSUI'ERIOR SOO 023. SULlUt QUIiVIXEWarranted promi!es pcbl'c good
    it. JAMES MORRIS. .
    Co-Partnership Notice. FIouno, ,Bl'k Silks of every quality, UCEMEXTfi i in his Hue on reasonable term In'
    I I" and which we offer low for CASH. KICIIARD SAUNDERS. 'I :iAi'.e'?or .t C.lf cti-r fur Ji-iH r*'n en., Yl .
    Fiorina and Marceilins Silks.i pure
    % \7E, the undersigned have tliHby firmed a CoI i to the traveler of business or pleasure and !is unsurpassed AMES & LIVELY. I 3J( Nr.vin.lxr I:. lt33. .Irt ,

    I Parlneri-hip under) the name, style nnd firm vf i' Worsted Goods : in ail its appointments for the enjoyment of July 31, 1858. 31 St'p.G.1336- --- 'O
    PRATORIUS & CLARKE, Caehiutre and Delain Robes a L1r". EASE AND COMFORT e\THE LUXURY OF -- --. ----- .
    I' FULTON FOUNDRY m"nl-1I1f't'r} ilw lir-t ; tor Lie I'I
    f piiMVitmn
    for the tnmwtion of the t'l<>tn"y an tJaUoriii'i GOOD LillYG.O P.B.BLOKAW'S.LIVERY .
    l i" ;"'**. and would) re'j'ect hilly soliott a I doublo) Skill, Ta11ahassco F1n. I __ .>. the m>d!,'r..i icned ailn! .uiMratrix of thus E<-
    continuation of tin- patronage f>r the, new firm received lilac: k Barege and Challic:, : HIS TERMS are MODERATE. Q AND SUE 'STABLES tate (.f Hitili.r Whitak'r. .!.....:..|. I:1t. ft Lew rI
    by the ,mciiiber of it in forim time Poplins and Meiinoe, ,, rnilE UNDERSIOXED Wg leave to inform tILe. C'hlllt"i1Il.'I.t her final umsnt l.. tl'4JlteL.
    JOHN PKATOKIUS. Solid colored C'LIlcre and D"lan! FISHER.July TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. _L public that they have, n.ilh..1 themaeltrsinbusin l'n.I.t. ..rlJ.jIt."ml...r..1 utdt t. he tii.earzeiL!

    A>.V B. CLAKKE. Scotch Plaids, 31 t. 1858. 31ti'POST __ ___ Proprietor; woul.l in- (s5, under the name and style of S.\tt A11 I V, 111 IT A K EP. AdrntV

    October 14 1838. 43 Alpaai's null B.llba"int'l. THE lends and the "-i'1 I. liS. ::.-1;."
    ((23)) & MEL a rlli.fl Cardy, Raja & Co., -
    Figured DC lams at all prices. -public has rebuilt his_ _ I Notice.
    Sundries arge Brick Stables, at the old stand, and is now for the purpose of following the trade of Pound rs and
    i\J EW GOODS.iny : COMMISSION MERCHANTS I, prepared to accommodate his frimds and customers Machine, and are prepared to execute all kinds f"f SIX mlnll.s'ttr! the fir-t public.\tH ..( tti- rt,>

    ,. I i Engli-'liCrapes I Bonnet, Bi-lt, an l Tiim- : til I'ojtlra Street, He also has attached to his Stables, a Backj j I work appertaining to this biiMiie. Steam Enginesfurni'hnl ('\. the nixl.Hgrt.d I :Iniiustratri; of tie F f.it.-
    ('acxizer. rt'
    Gent and Y","'.\'-fur/tnliing Goods, I RibL.n ni'k d cur.J Silk I..tngcs. :E" ORLEAS. Plantation "',k, IIore shoeing ,and Carriage work in :I Sugar Mi'ls and Ca-tin<;s of all kin.l-i rrado with "*1'1\ county will: pn'-ert h. r fmacronnt\ ic's-I?

    OF I KVKRY DisCKIlTION.: La11e5 C G"nt Kid lilo\es Cn"IIL't11'rimminl. the very best manner and with prompt net 3 and !- :- neatness and dipnth. Plans and estimates furnUl I.1 l lof fvomlxr tn tile Judge ,.f l'n>l>:it.- <>f akl c.>nr.fr, n I Ia
    i' \ ,"Ta sell Button, I F K K I T OMf patch. I i all kinds of Machinery and En int'.rlTI.ey: I- "k for a ,li5.11:""".

    "liE :StflC1tIItEIS.4 rectnin at the I hd.wns. IJl'V .cord Dress Button, I IIrehelu jrsIhoma* J Perkins d Co, Tallahassee Fla.. November 1853. 44 are also sole agents for Hoard A Sons Steam Engines I.AUIXD.\: .! .". Admfx.ifontieello .

    .L OLD STAND I fmmerly arHiiow occupied by JOIM PItA |. Eugejjie and I:R.Y.\ JEE NOTIONS. I. R. Harris .t Co., Qniney. I, : for imnin:; Cotton.; Orinding and Sawing and -Harri.'JI" I S-i-t. I. 1"'tItlM
    Corsets. I Denham ifc Palmer, }, I Grit Mills fur steam ,
    1"nlt'.l. I Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, c>r lJor"e powi
    and 'eltll'.teeteItock of
    1"011'*, a lan;c Notice. a-
    B.-ard i *.
    { Hoops Skirts: : Mr. James Pelllul..' 81 Key Irk t. I For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. I WILLIAM 1 BAYA, Months after the rirt ptblieation of tla
    Irl\JJl\ &, \\\'JNrrI ClOTlIlNH[ ( Crown Bu'tles. [iC"ronllli..r Skill*, Me frs. MtNaiiirht A Ormond Atlanta, G'n. Subscriber just JOHN CXRDY. SIX(>, the under i!.ntd nil! pirent his firial af-
    :, Ext: <'n>ic>n Steel Skirts, iCruvelli Ilalin.rid J. N' )Kiiinon Co Thumasxille ,t-k: .fJ'MIE rtCei\'t.11 ,
    lirls .
    le1ilds : ct -t- larrrs supply of Carriages, May 30, :> 22-ly count anti tmuhrrs at ai'rnini-'lrator! .f th* Estate -
    Ciuxiili: | and Mises. H, lf 5K. 4. .
    FUn MKNS' AXI YOUTHS', August S.Vly Buggies. anll I ILirr.e, which he offers ol Thom.iII.. Averitt decra-'ed late of Lewncoutity .
    t**,.tll'r a it!. a fall n-fortiiu-iit of Shirts, Collar*, Mantles and Cloaks : -- --- I forsale on the most reasonable term jETNAINSURANCE anti l ask ft>r a tii.tharg-.

    ('-J.1"at'. Tie, OI ve*, Gitton and Meimn I Ho,e, I Plush T.1mas. 'Col..rel Cl-mk ---A. GALI'S, "\'lllberIS.tS54. 46 JESSH A V ERIrI'. Frfr.O.f. .

    Si'V, CotU and! Merino Un lei>hii U, Drawer, .'. | Moir Antique and Velvet Black nnd col'J Raglan I CONPANY *. lS. 4'J-:1 1 ---

    i !Mantle, 'P1'\r W"utCI Mantles : NEW CARRIAGE SHOP.
    -IL!O- OF HARTFORD.Inrorporatrd Notice.SIX
    Talmas, j IS iu n-ceipt of a large .and extensive assortment of j jDurGoons .
    _ A fine assortment of black and colored Cloth Cissimer : CI..tl Laces and Embroideries I Hun WARK r-I IIE undcmiriien Ix-ifs leave to i inform the citi- -+- Montis after: dite. I fh/ ill present mr final
    aii'l Vi-Min *, which they me prepared 1 to : L zens of Tallahace. and viru-iuitv. that he has ,I in b9.!! -Charttr Ptrprtnal.CA.II ."" an.l oiuh.i*) to the Il.a Ji*!, ff Pn.
    manufacture: : to order in the best awl tnobl f.ttliiona- Valenciennc Collars and Moui iiing Culls A.Sleeves, II REVDT M DK CIOTHINC, lltLIoWV.tar, opened a carriage sh"p in this place' joining -- 1-atc .>f J lrrr-'"n .untv. a* adn,ini<-hah.r..1 the C.tateof .-.

    Uestjlo, and at the -llol 1,4 notice.. Term reasonoW Sl.c1"".. I{Emb'd JIn AND CAr. ( 'eexsVsue. Brokaw's Stables I CAPITA L-S t I ,000,000. ANN BAILEY'late I : rfsasieiirttvkremseiI.sati .
    PRAtOEUJS&CLAIIKE.The I Huuitul" "I I Iln.i.l.rt' in the building foruierly occupied J. L. Oroner IX t'Infl.IXST LOt4AN1> T..\\.\r.r nr rrnr Ivri i P. C.\J TElt. AdutV.Ocf. .
    undersigned would rI'Fpt''I"lly! request 'bi. I Marseilles .' l.loreJ Dimity I G c C E :I E S where he is prepared to do all Kind! of work iu his TtIMs AIPTEI lvlT'ftl:1t.; ,' ; : >, an. 1S.-S 4l-6m
    I | Baud ItRANDir WINE, | ALPS PORTER CIDKE hoe at the iiliortett notice and the most I AM (tNiiTENT : -
    former ou toiter to come forward at as early a day LintI : I J | I I I' on OF t'uMj .::.\TIo J.u. .
    as possible! and settle up their old account. PUKE SCOTCH I KL I EASOyAltLE TERMS, Notice.SIX .
    Fall & Winter Clothing c. LIWIS: A!(/',
    JOHN PKATORIUS.October A few hundred bushels Canada OATS, 15 Packages I Months after date, I shall prernt my final
    I I such a* painting trimming; making new For Tallahaase! : nnd '
    !:. 1853. 43r4v Bixits and! Shoe sold low thc ciriiage vic'riitr. nitdoucheis Hmiorablo .
    *- by (' ti> Jmfgf ..
    i HATS. CAPS. *fflj i Package. I buesies 11.1 wagon, and all kinds of repiintf.: A-iii;t 15. 1857. :;n : .
    --- -- ---- __ .
    13, 1S5S. 46 I Pr lutef Jetrtr.'i adiiiinietratiit .r
    I. < r< ns
    - nnty.
    | BOOTS AND :SHOES. E o\.t'lbr The undersigned i ja prepared' to do this kind of -
    ( OlJsn' GOOI) .
    I1 Estate ..f.JL'. : .
    the Craxthafit. lute f niit
    i> i Ci> .
    -- -- ---- !
    1 I --------------1 work well and in the latest style, as it ca.i be Florida ReportsCO .
    and Plantation Goods 8
    Stapi : iWeavtd, and r.-k f..r n dl-cfiartrir! from said admiii-,
    WEBER & DANNHEIMER, Atlantic Telegraph Cable. done at the North. I1'L1'T : in ,.lun i-.tra'i.M KEiP.CCA: : IRANI II.nl.dmr1..
    6 i (
    ,, Blankets, :Print?, : I tlni-e nlio h.uc this kiml of work to do, and l' .
    w MERCHANT TAILORS Kerscj", !jCin::lami. : .1 fad }MiDiU'CALL llor.DY. Oit r.f> is.-*. 4ir.niNotice. _
    Pllltatll ; : ".i.h it done in a man-ier that wi not to give __
    AIon E.t.LiR'' INIUAJ Oeorsjii t jPlantation Russets, j .A. piece of lie .Alliinlic Trlcgrnph Cable I satisfaction. wr M do well to cal I Sept 5, 1 8.:'. :>; -
    onVM. ---
    1"U i\a"; Apron Check. CAN BE tEES AT TiE STORE OKMYERS KUI1NS. : -
    ) 1"-Jl..tJJl' ('I.01'UI.YG BluiDcnmm, Tweed, Satinets, et Ken- I. I July 10 1858. 23 I i I Pure Zinc White, I O IX month aftrr .l.ilc. I I. .1* a.Imii.T-trat- .>f tIe

    .\ N IGENTLEMENS' Clioektaw Stripes, tuck Jeans, & -- I O Ertite. .>f Rithaid! IL c...te! apes ) I GORjI.AN.1 (GROUND i/i prewired LL\tiEED!, ) ltvll
    Mol.awk Lin 'ev liite tJrtTerat.s! C".itjr K'oii.Ia. dfCfitnI. I
    MailU-rongh .Plaid.:,.Vlnte and nt111alod., ----n- I "I have just n-ctived a fte'h l supply <.f tlti- new present n_y fiifd 1I"'IIt": ,'ilh tli'? s..I| Ct tr* l..
    TALLAHASSEE OlA (;iin NEW GOODS-NEW GOODS. \TE the HOII. C',iiit of Pndiiite tid c.'III.I anti ask
    --- Brown nud) Ble.x Canton Wood Ware, I factorr., mid offer it to the public itith nio'-t p 'rfutconfidence the faiii c"uit for a di'thar, i* irons la'Y aitwiiitrat
    rPJIE SUI!>CKIliERS are m w reet'ivinr. : Flannel, I IlfillwVare, W A TCHES CLOCKS DAMASKS, DIAPERS; & as po*.e ing all theqnabti wliu-Ii render I ih!reof, nirording to law. ASA SLAY

    L their Stie next to R. II. I HI-'" .\udi.IItji I P-ro'u oral Blae n'> 'cti(. Crockery I /"CONSUMERS of HARN-U.N'S Linens. and those a paint mnxt J,' iU'iz I It* inormparubl: X..n.I" 2('. I 53. 17 -f.mNotice. .

    a TLxmi, a well flrtrd Sloikot F\LI..t \ L SILOCLIUg. I Ha"I\lrt. Jewelry, Kilrcr Ware and Fancy (;os.0 \J de-.ir"is of obtaining the !,"H'c" jrlt, should 1 brilliancy of (.ItI'.I''uf from all }*,;*,>nt>m tjnal -

    1UU GOODS suitable f>r i Be)Tc {I I run Steel and Nail*. -- --- see that the articles they purchase arc sealed with I itif-Hfrrr tnjnfnuj Ifif litulth t.f the uorLmen, or .
    (:'K\Tfj.VJ\'f- M'KA.', I D. C. XVILSOX.Sept. '"pJIE UNDERSK.XE1); are now receiving alarge I the full name of the firm, : inmates of newiy punted If'artlllt'nt-ill durability : ,\ LL pr(n* in-lrbte i In th ar"il..bar"! tic

    emiHifftinj in part .-f French and En li"h C1"tllI. Ca.. I 18, 185S. 33 and well selected stoik ofUilde. II'I.\X, !)XS & OWI>KV, in the most expo-u-d situation, and its great fujKri- +-t late Cave (;,.\1..1,1. are I.! rtl.v! r.qtu.skdtocalt

    imeresnnd \ t-atinga! of the Ith''ll't t leaii.l beet qiuil- I __ __ ___- I Clocks Silver and Plated I as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the I ority to'lilte\\ 1.in all the various: Ufe to which imnivtiiatrlv! a-.d! nettle at ,the fifrirtof
    Jetrclry, Good the I latter has herttofure been : For sale A. P. AMAKER.
    itshje1 they are prepared mike up t<. order in !i Bill for Divorce. applied. byA.MKS 1
    11'arc emil ..J'ahCGotHis October ::. 1S5S. .1|(3
    'ntrofkttinn like and f.ishiouaMi* manner and m JttAaXAKLK This caution is.rfn..reJ: scnfially necessary as : & LIVELY.Apiil -
    : (: 1 hln Circuit Court. concitting of large quantities of inferior and defective Linens are I
    T.'uIIs.1.!-<>, a md -n-mtiili-lit of \Jdin4 ol>hy. lam I 3, ISoS. 11 :
    I i "' I Gent fine Gold and Silver: Hi-nting PaJeut Lever prepared, reason after season anti sealed with the -- Notice.VLL &
    READY-MADE CLOTHING, I, William A. (;...iIn! ', ) Fall Term 18:$. I \\"atth.*, name of Hit.tiirJsou, by Irish houses, who regardless i MILES NASH &, COT .' persoii ltiiva.g di-ui8ii nb.st t the I>tite 1
    conii.titij; of Fine Black and Ctloied Cli>th Frock to the Court from the of tIle i i Of'tit* fine silver Anchor. and I of the injury thu* inflicted alike on the Aineri<*anj I L V.. Strphrn lute ..f Jt:r.'r-40'1I( .
    Oo.U, Fancy, Ca"cimere: Bu-ii
    Colored Kaplans and Over Conl*. Black and Fancy tHit tn, be found in the com.ty of Hc..lut. isi i open Dial | will not readily abandon a business FO p'p'cititable, received from New Y tlrk per bai' k R.II.(Oanif I Iy aUe.-t.-d. tf"... iii-Mtid are nipie-U-d! t. lii.it:

    a Doo>kin and <'a.fiiin'if Pant. .Figuievl Grenadine i thenfoie (ordercil. that raid Wm. A. Jiolsby.Hamiton appearI I .I Elegant.sets of Florentine Ilil' r J.intil ;*. Cam. ,I I a Iip lurcm..f can be imposed on with Good.of 1 'I' JUST a general cortm'nt of article in our line, i piMneiitwithoutdrI.lv.M .

    enJ Fa MOT. Silk in.1 l Ca".imcre \ csts. i I at the.Cleik' office, (on rule day.) flint Monday in eo. 1110. C.ral ard ( ,10 stone. (Jents fine Gold and, I such as Oils "f almost every kit,.). Burning FluiiU ', 1.\W\r.I-T( A XXIar..tAot.r.

    -ALSO- March luxt. then and.there to anseer 1'li.ll.il su ill : ih..r F.b chain:. Gumllllld.t chain. Lndus fine J. BULLOCK: J. 1) LOCKE Agent. lute Lead.me und other paint. U mdow! iU'i> ..f December. !--s, I IV '**

    A good aortment of black ant fancy filk cravat I default theieor, Ui- same: will Jw tnk.n je-i c')'.- Chatalniii chain*. lali..line Gold C"rl..1 Jet Brace- :;f', Church St., New Yoik. !II.t quality Puttv Bru>lie!, Pota-h SIM la, Spurkhinji -

    and ties. shiit*, icieiiiHi, Jk and cottotl tinder shirts, Jifl*), J.... It is further ordered that a copy of this I let. Cull and E""lde.llils l and Ear Rin):, C.ttits, Sept 18, 1858. S3-ly i I Oel.it.i.,London Mustard[ French Brandy (very liet,) To Sell or Rent.

    cull.ir*, focks, t,!h.ec.,
    eub ciibers arc new beginners and not entirely this State once a "edo until aid first Monday in (ti>ld IVns and Cases. : large assortment of Fine New Books."J i I Ink.Quinine, Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extract liurliu, I I rpHEHARBOUR known in .rr..rSoIIl ??9
    unknown t>> the community, and t1ey |iltdgethemclve March. A true .le.- i i Gold; and Silver S|*'f t.icle*. Gold: and Coral Necklaces I le ,Cc.n,1 a general a*,rtnent of Popular Patent '. couiity.Ci ntainiftg'about ; -
    copy of valuable! land oii lieL.ina
    to ;;ive 8jtifaclioii to all tvlio may favor : J. WAYLES BAKER, Judge. I', Gold IWli ali Ear Picks, Gold Slides, Belt OW recening a large stock of New Medicine*. .We keep none but the very best and ,. acre mock) I ( .iill"Uy'rrl rented reascnableI -
    them with their patronage. December 25. 1859. 52 I Buckles g.al: Lr
    \VIIRK) I i : __.__ .__ ____ i Thimble. Buttons and Studs. Fine Gold both English a.I Amen {I patronage.MILES NASH A CO. I term by appjmg! to the xs-lr'inoI.| .
    D.S.WALKER Aeist.Nuscnbcr
    Ifc DVNMIUIMUR.IS58. NEW GOO)3S.7"I I j Kings and Pins, with Diamond Rutty Opal and can, Imiind in everyaricty oft)1( March 29, 1856 IS i '
    rt, 1S53. J"
    i IVarlSet*, Plain and Chased Ring, Misses: Ring, I Annuals:in SuMTb| binding. and a large !I --- --- I -- --

    __ OeL_ 16._._ u _._ 42 "\\ are now receiving a large and carefully B- I plain and \iith ce't. Bitile anti Prayers McDOL GALL A HOll\I, BOOKBINDING.rr 1 Notice.

    COSSUIl'nox :11AX OLD INDIAN DOC I I 1..It Stock GROCERIES and Fall audt SILVER WARE November 6, Ih58. 45 __ _
    j months after date I rlull final 3
    i present aai -
    Winter GOODS. stile and my
    'UI(. FXCAS ERA N'T. while t embracing every I ', JL SIX
    a and Table and Fork
    CURED. Mi ,!.> the Indian of quality usually wanted in this mnrket.tHtOCEIES P1in Thrt'adcl Spn. SYRUP PORK I II i and vouchers to the Him. Judge of Probate -
    _ niry among J Desert
    TOOLS AND MATERIALS | Jefferon a* administrator ef the Estate -
    I county
    the Rocky I""ti",, discovered &('. Tea B ARIIELS i iAH Sffljfx j i I of William Bellamy, late of raid! county deceased

    \.1 RARE PLANT tint proves to Onion, and Java Coffees, I.nr Spoon. Mustard and Salt Spoons. '! FOR HOOK OOCJT If IX1> IXV anti ask for a discharge from ai.1! atimirnatra-! t
    c stTIl'IO jw :certain cure for C u-uniption, Potato, Cracked Granulated & Soup LidlcB. Pie KuivesCake duo Butter do., and I
    I tion. SMITH S I M K INS, Adiufr.
    I in all iU branches. and solicits the of tile
    Li\iT Cc patronage
    H..nclili..thr i : >m- Currants, Brown Sugar, Fruit knivef.
    CURED.CU11PD. I Iy 'os" citizens Tallahassee December 25, lft:1Il
    plaint X"n'u" Alr.'tiou".Couglua. liaison. Bacon SiJe, clear and Silver Napkin Rings, Silver Card Cases. Porte SALT. ( surrounding country. His -
    (%.1t. .-t'. 11.1.1114: now made liisCOXSUMITIONtfolla"a'hlln Dried Apples j ribbed I Monaies Silver Cups and GobKts.PLATED JLESTY good SYRUP .and I Shop is in the Brick office formerly occupied by Dr. Notice.SIX
    _L for sale here. ALSO West .
    -coarse or foe Key Call, opposite the Episcopal Church. He H a prac-
    > ire'1 from usioc. Citron Ac Cured I
    the! tOLl Sugar Hams WARE : SALT, at LADD'S Newport, Fla. tical Binder, and feels sure that he can do work as mnth-1l1fter d.t'e, I 'lull present my finilae-
    directions,1.1 ":fr preparing prnplJQ the mcdi- Go Enlishi hen Dairy,i Cht c. I Pork, Lard Ac. Beautiful patterns of Silver !Iate Castor, Cake Nov. 20, 1853. 47 I well and as cheap as it can be done elsew"",. I t_ and vouchers to the II,". Jud e,.f ProbtUa
    But'r Baskets. Candle Sticks and ---- --- ------ CHARLES FINDEIsES. Jcfferon counta8 administratrix of the Estate

    (ine/rtr it. and<>f rltm-yf send 10 to all his. \iLo desire t.getit! >r with Colgitos Pale Saop in lit J qr. Boxes Fine D. B. Gun, Game Bag, Powder Fak Shotroue I July 17,1S58. 29-ly [ J2f Sent. copy. of Jesse Grantham, late .,said county df'.a.-e.l.an.1!

    wi agclt -. CA he. Capa, Wads anti Wire Cnrri.I ( Stationer.JUST I -- --- --- -- -- ask lor a diecliare fnun aid adii.uiMtratinn.
    rSSUIl'fIX enclosing ftmp'| (6 !) \ FINE CITLERT-Table and with & ev- :I I KEBECCA (1t.XTU.Y.llmt'x.
    1 but orlrnent of D"crl KliYt't-, incudin. CHEAP GROCERIES !
    retu'n a deCURED. compKte I
    pay Il't.r. 'il .an,1 of Note
    tC \\iucT Bra i. (Jin g l.i'llor.Cllo..il without Forks Rodgers their The ,
    ivrptuniof t-Jllltul" : IJ ( Woatenholmes Razors i and Folio L'ditl lh gilt and ungilt anti Commercial rI MIE SUBSCRIBER on and after the lit October I
    UodzfrsA it Scissors.
    Old I IX>ctor his rUt'.1 thILIcONSIThII'TION j I'hihpy.) Xlommp.ihala Whi" .-( Cider London Porfr I Cutery. Note,.blue, white and assorted colors, :I _*L next will confine bimselt exclusively to the : Sheriff's Sale
    China Good Pa Goods.
    > Mache every
    :(>70A* ncSlXL."S.I I ,
    '" I Musical Instruments : I Isl MOMA Y-n FEHKl'AKY XEST.of
    : !al atide1 pwp' wi j -DRY GOOnS 3IDOlGALL HOBBY.. I when his best talents wiI! be ued to promote tIe
    fMTt'PIt- atail tht'll.d"t's..f thisopporlunij I: Kerseys, OMiaburgs, Pliins. Wool and mixed I Guitars, Violins, Flute*. Tambourines, Accordeon, I November 6, lS5. nlttt"Et..f those entrusting pn-perty to his charge. -Ii-:) Y vitee a wr'trffiori! faeia. i..n'I from
    as the loctor "ilt to do all | l.illStHu.l.h., Iu tie Lames, CainI Banjos Ac. ---- -- - -------- I lie now offers Lie present STOCK at reduced prices _I ) ll? Cleik's oftic of Ij-oti Cir,'uit ."". wherein

    tilt PIKH! lie c-in II.fo' he dic- I ( Caslmiercs Silk*. .t. Tweeds! audI Table Mats, Backgammon Board Walking Cane, i Received to close. R. 11. BERRY I Ashley J. I'ii; pities luardian. .c., u PlaiutitXan

    CSSUI'TISJJf'u Illet\.u to i I Kentucky Jeans Edgings ali Inscr- I house Bells:, Japanned Waiters, Feather Duslt't. U Jut I I Auction and Commission Merchant I:. H. Arrl r. O :. Burroiub*" : ADEE. |; lings Amencau French Paint Ioxes! China Setts,for Children, Fishing Tackle PER brig from New York and per 1.133 I. 3G ate Defendant levied1 npoo and will u'l"ofItt
    CURE! Box 3331 P. O New Yoik, d Irilb.I Perfumery, Ac ttc. GALVESTON from New Orleans Sipt.; .
    I : ___ / f"r iale within legal hours. btMre the Court L ue
    Whr i3 his Bold! agcut. At EXCELLENT ASsORTMENT OKUents : -AL0- Fresh Superfine do. door in the city of T.dahre.! on the first Monday

    Jannary1ti9. 1-ly I Bunttu.ndShucs, ; 3 or 4 Stereoscope, with beautiful Painting*, ( BlcmLcat, I Extra Re-boiled Syrup Seed, Seed, Seed I ;in (the 7th.) February. 1859 the Mlowing described

    ; ; Iia.t I'ffl -AL.O- for sale by MYERS d GORMAN. I No. I Mackerel in kitts, Ribbed Sides and Shoulders FOR FALL PLANTING. propi-ity to-wit: Lots 2ft an.1 31. in S E }, Section
    ,. 7/1 the Circuit Court of! Jtjftrson county, ._Mi*aca and Children Shoes and Bootrifrrrry ./ t N. B.-A liberal deduction fwr C.* u.Sept. English Diary Cheew, 1, Township 1, Range I. S it W. containing 11

    Jan WiivJham. A.lminitmt.1.1r I hind and qHiUtiit. ._25. 15S. S3 Citrol and Currautj Sugar cured Ham*. \) UTABAGA, I Green Glazed Drumhead acres more or les*. Levied upon as the property of
    < J 'nmia \n.tLal de- !! Clothing ami Gents Drcsi 6'cxv/.t. .- - ------- Plants' Flour, Bagging and R.p. 1 L Red Top Turnip |I Cabbage tc. j said defendants and to be sold to satisfy the said

    Bill for Divorce. CA Ht ELL Flat Dutch Turnip writ of fieri facia according to law.
    : 1 Doe Skin and Tweeds af 1LXWELL .
    I p.nb-Cl.th. Ca.irtr. ,
    Just received and for nYe .
    November 6, 1.<5S. 45 by 1t.A USDERS..8I1eliIT.
    Allen Wil.H.am.\ all the other J Di fJr ntI f I C"'atP- do. do. ski do. Nepey Williams i i Hamilton Circuit CurL -- -.-- --- AMES A LIVELY. I DcceaiberlS. 1858. 51-td C
    I Ve't ts- do Plain. Scotch. Satin and Silk. ra. } Cod Liver Oil. -- -
    tiibutct'S f 17, 1S5S. !9
    iieir nmI (> ne'll July
    ts---T-Itrii-oeo. Lamb Wool Silk A Josiah Williamt. ) Fall Term. .
    Cotton : 18:8.IT --- ------ | Notice.
    di _ _ joltn'nJh.11:1. L I IJiKn IVn>om Shirt..Calico and Cotton Shirt, appearing to the Court from the rtur of the FRFSI Clark& it Ruabton's. Trnn< For Sale I
    p ntlmm.: deccaHiS 1ltc ot the county (.f Jee Cruat-rlain, black and fancy Silk.JUTS Dml. : not to be found in the county of Himilton. istherefore I For sale by A IE J A LIKELY NEGRO BOY, 20 years old. II. |I the Probate Court Jefferson county for ietI -

    fe.M%. and Slate of ttJa are heitby rmtifiod II CAPS. ordered! that said Jonah; appear I I -Aprils.--i- IMfi. 1 ____ way be seen at the City Hotel Apply to 1L I|I tire of admmi'tration upon the Estate of John L.

    an-" f. p'ea 1 Ie>or' I.\r the bill of Complaint cV\ I at the Clerk' office, (on rule day)Wiiam.Monday in Virginia Tobacco. L. Rutgers,t/r to S. S. Knight .q3. i iJLSSE i Taylor Ute Jefferson connty deceased.
    A d assnrtmcntofgentleniens& boys'last style i TAYLOR.
    the first M[ RICHARD K.
    in the J )"e tate l case on (Ilf.re 'n March then and tli"ro to anoer said ( in CARTER. \
    day in April A. D., 1859. or til '11 be taken SAHbl.KKV. Cl'TLLliY. df.4'c( I nt'xt thereof, the same will lx taken pro.il COHJ'a(*ro, '' /'X/'x BOXES MULLINS' TOD.CCO. just I Tallahassee, Sept. 4, 1858. 36 t! December 25, 1853. 5:- w ___
    as confessed.J'it j All of which we offn( for sale! at puces to corrc dcfaul. is further rd.re.l. that a of this order :JLJ;: \_/ received and for rale. by I! -. !

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    of three months next, before the caid first Io.a' Cotton Crop. Itetpcctfully.MrNAUOHT :;; State, ooee a week until sail fist Monday in March.: I November 13. 1S53. BBLS. planting Potatoes I O" DOLLARS REWARD will be tfimm

    #\p..it 1859. in come newspaper puLli I ORMOND d CO. i i I A true copy, ole I 20 & Onions. I! Z.O lor the delivery of my servant SANDY,7who ': r

    T.llila'e. N"wfort Fla._Oct.-2. 1858. 40 __ i I J. W A YLE BAKER Judge. Notice.SIX Just received from New York and for sale by' !| ntoaway from ray plantation a few week.;
    DOle :lll "I.J.reJ at Ciuns'us, this 14th J I December 25, 1$5 ( months after date, I shall present my final ac- I 0 ct J. MEUINNIS:3. I iwe.: He is about 27 year of age. low statue

    ber. ISif. J. W A YLE BAKER,. Dlfru.j Notice. I I - :--- -: --.- ----- euuL and vouchers to the Hon. Ju Jire of Probate DeeermVr 18. 1858. 5l-6t I strong and acli e, a good carriage driver fiddler.

    A true copy from the I Notice.SIX of cuuta'administrator of the Estate of | I j anti dancer an I pretend* tu be rtli;<.IU. lie WMI
    I IX months after Jate. the undersigned, ramming J.terol Cash. I
    Q II Silks at Cost for
    JOHN WET. L I R. IAb, lat.of said n.ult deceased, anti ask for a i I! seen a few days tuc near GUY. Call's pUniatWj
    ) administrator of the Estate of James S. Linn
    Dt'eembr 25. 18S.2-3m _ I of deceased I will his II months after dat. the undersigned, admii8 discharge from said admmistratioo. ; DC. WILSON offer his entire STOCK of I'AKI I where be has a .if ROBERT BUTLER
    late account I
    Lo county present of the E.ta James H. Lnnn lte v E F.BLACKBURN Admt'r. j SILKS at Cost for Ca b. Consisting Lake Jackson NovemUr 27, 1859. 47-4t
    fax Collector's-Sai to the Hon. Judge of Probate for
    I tud \ud1r I his I
    Leon county, will present & November 13. mI -
    tfeu"l. Robes
    I Quille
    said and ask for a discharge from said adminibtratU'n. a i Bayadiere Stripes.
    ---- --- '
    for said
    county of Probate
    \TriLL be sold for St-atm. County smd RaHroa I j D.C. WILSON, I vouchers and ask to for lon.discharge Judge from said adminisirati..n.county 1S58.Notice.. | .L*t. I Plaid and itrpd Silk. Notice.ILLbe .

    )I V THXCH f'-r 1858. within legal hours on the! first Dec. 25? 1358. 52-Gm Suniiogdt'r.. : : I Volante j be old btt-re the Courthouse dour at
    I I
    D. C.
    .___ months from the first of
    lands I \lLOS.AJmfDembr publication no November 6. 1858. 45 \
    the lying tI I
    in Ftbrua.y next SIX Y
    Jlondiy following 25. 1838.? .62-Cm the undersigned ( Will i I Jasper on the first Monday[ in February text
    within of I. >n, to-wit: The N W J (.f I *, tXctrix Js t .
    Fresh Buckwheat i lards tie Estate
    the comity anti testament of the late Henry Saxon, j the belonging to if Wm. Stt1Len4.late
    ( Sec-lion S W i of X 3 K J of Section S2.Township | Gold Pens.EVERY d.ceasd. Cigars.CIGARS I of Haicilton deccase Term rtad-J
    J county,
    : T7 flESh I FrcsU Currant.j I will present her final account and vouchers to the
    1. Ilinpe N .t1:containing 200 acres more or less. L1 Piccalili 'I Leon ask be CIGARS-juet receivel.tU I known on day of tale.I .
    S of Talla- I English at KIND, with and without handle just I Judge of Probate of cunty. and to dis
    Lot No. 51 I
    I quarter. I' ,
    county Tax Collector. D. C. WILOS'S.Xo J. HOBBY. missed. ELIZABETH SAXON, Ext'r. McDOUGALL L. C. DEMILLY. McDUGALLd
    I Il.ccwwr
    4, Lasscc. :: 1558. 52-tds I rU r 6. 185*. 45 ; November 6, 1S58. ,5 November 13, IS:! 4S-6ra November 1858 45 ; Dccemlcr 25, 185S. 55


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