The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1856
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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BY JONES & DYKE- TALLAHASSEE, FLA. DECEMBER 10, 1857. ; t O. 51.Keport .

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I of the President & Directors i the remainder, SsOOO per mile, being tin estiinatr for the iron. Director* liable in an action of debt for the amount due and unpaid, I' the, I promptness with which they Have met nil demand* a.
or TIlE When, however, the iron rail imported is less than (00 Ibs. in weight with :20 per cent. Interest till paid! -( 2.! ) will be npprcchted.!, The I immense pusses sustained in pthePsactioM.
to the lineal ymd, a proportionate deduction( of j public aid is made. A nbsery'--t: : : net of th(' Legislatme rrqu'rcs that at least three of the country will not be forgotten,'and espittll' will com to'b* invested
I ilmnsatott nub.fifoiflra( .4 Vdil-oafc (To There must, therefore, be kept separate' and distinct the two 10- v ears' interest .=hal: be kept on hand. (! in Unit country nn'i: those securities where it has, np to thU
; source of the Company, that is the funds provided, by h1f'r the With these securities, iian!& and checks, the payment of the princij''d i f time, proved to be so enti+ely secure. We do not doubt tint w
} To tkcXclin" of SlodMdcrs held in Mnitircllo( 7J funds subscribed or otherwist and' interest of the bonds i-s placed beyond contingency. j t shall obtain on good terms illy. the money we want for the parcha,
r.lhal obii.inod for the jrradirg a"d (timber! : r.nd oilier! expenroc. And The bonds have a material Baltic! ;/1i'chi c.ltinot be withdrawn nor of iron and equipment+ *, and we know ibftt iron will be Sold at lavwrr.itt'S. '
on the {hr-o!. cf the ("'-n-p.-uy lh distinction i of the funds is carefully j SIIPJK nded, and afford( a belter security than ordinary State bonds, j .
rt'L' ockholdcrs Centlemcn J ''i s:'r'cd.'l'ilt' the payment of the interest and l principal of which, in times of financial > ,
B 1k'ing { it will be both interesting jusuuctivi-, llie Board j gioat and irndi.tg t ,- of ihe whole! nsfoni) is this! that ilii'Hculti''s. pecuniary: embarrassments and bank su=j en.sions, (he TILE FIRST 25 MILES OF rfCAD WILL BE rUOFITABLS.
of Directors) will premise this Report by a brief hUloiy of the origin 1 the State provides from a p ibiic fund ?]ncl'iliy sot apait: for; this puri ( Le :!.slitiiie inav be tempted to suspend or repudiate, leaving the 1 j 1 There is nothing therefore discouraging in the future. Indeed titi
( f the chnrtor under which \\v are nary acting, and a short exposi-- i I 1 1i pos<-. with the aid of a tint moiijjaire lien on tinmad.. ademiato. soi State bondholder without a remedy, which, in the case of the holder t regard. it fortunate that the crUU" has come so soon, satin !ed,1.i.
Jon of the *Florida $us'rn tf iltiilrfads.'' i runes to purchase, th" iron and equipment*, if the companies, of these Imi.d.will be +,''"nnrl: l !an the tiimmnrv j ovvers given to the the ;ieHSCns given, that it will( result m sst fortunately for tb. inUrett
r. r. u.: K. !' thrnnoh subscription and other resources, will bat prepare the road TinMei, or in t lesort tc the Cotnts. State cr Federal:, which are open of our Company. The oi.ly thing to be regretted is that tracklayirg .
m\STTl'crTH1" co. AS ro\>rrrKi> WITH 7 in: HAILSV.sTK.M for the ii on. This is both safe and liberal to him for this purpose, 1 on the road may I be temporarily delayed. But the section ci*
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01- rtORIDA.Phc For a better imdei-landing of the subject, it is necessary to examine road, 25 mile, soon to be completed, in consequence of its coaaeotion -.
IVnssrola & Georgia R. R, Company was oiigindlv char : p first into the character of the securities; r.'fcned to as the pub. J'KOGIvT.cs: OK TIIE KO.V.). I II ) with the road to St. Marks, cannot fail to bo profitable. Tb.
tered in IWiH, to connect the city' of Pens;!to!a tilth; Ue, il"oi jrr.jccted .- '' lie aid given by the State, and second into the means of the Company From Tallahassee to Alligator, the point of junction with the road j Tallahassee nnd I St. Marks roads, 21 miles in length, i3 i DOW, on'* Of
sys-loni: of railroads in dVorgia, and was a measure broughtforward" | subscribed or otherwise acquired, which may be relied on to part leading to Jacksonville and Fernandma, now in process of construction j the l test paving roads in the country. The business on this MCtlpn"
*iles. The estimated an-omit of excavation i t of our load will be much greater than is now done on the Tallahaa-
The htock 'was however, afterwards sub'erihed by citirns of the the load, Inn.Ssh cross lis, lay the track, and pay all! other expenses.Finsr I and embankment on the entire route is 1,851,320 cubic yards, I' see road. Most ol the present exports from New Port, nearly aa
diddle ponion lrf.the State, folio organized ermier this :u of incur. as to the sec uri lies 1 to be issued for iron and equipments.! and the estimated cost of culverts and trestles, exclusive of the Suwannee I great a? the exports from St. darks, will pass over oar road, and A
prattoa t11tb a 1t'W' to insure the passing of tl.e road t1oug11 the Thev are the firs! tnnrlftiye Coupon I'onrls of the Companv. limited bridge, is $'JO.nd/J! ; 5h. very large port.on of the good and produce which are now broaglMto
puddle and r st fertile and jnu"uc; ,:: of ti'! Staic. 'J'be point ; to %sJ.000() per inii-1, ila.i: i' cc ar- to inn. (hawing 7 JUT cent Cn) the 1 1st of December last, fire sections of a )nil." each had been i> Tallahassee in wagutis to be sent over the Tallahassee road wiilb
'lfiaetion? With the ttcrrgla agog., and cpccii$ V ijitl n'le lending 1 i annual interest, 1 pavable! semi( annually.: I'M (ho city of .New "ioik.) on ri'Cti'.ed from: the contra.'torp, at different 1 ionic on the line of read, <* transported over a part of our road. The travel to Sf: Marks i*
to the City (ll :1vaIn(1I, var 1111, Indi( :Itt'J :!i a : in 11aniltoil the lirst u.l1'I! < of Januaiy: and! July.! The 1 Hoard of Int r.d Improve- a'ld: the' whole amount: df grading done was IK50..1SJ cubic raids, !j merely! nominal, but on ibis section of our road it will probably ho!*
Countv east of the Alapaha livvr. Hut 1 bi>fi : ci..y final arrr.ngcmcnts 1 ment, (connoting +of th"! < i"\en"r.: : ( '!;mnJioii.: r, '1 ier.tAttorney: :Now; the grading is cnrnpleti-d) i.n 31 sections which! have been received I! more renumerative than the freight. Independent of the great local
eo made with nr (ieor ia neighbor*, and before the woiK I n| (General and Register of 1'iiblio; l Lsnds: ) guarantee. : on the lace of the front the conh actors: and 10 more art so nearly done as to travel to and horn Tallahassee, the seat of Government, and Madison;
Lad commenced the state of Florida, by the Act of January (;ith, i b'Vids that the Intern::! Inpt rat einent J nndili pay the intercut., (leave little donut that they will bo finKho.1 by the end 'hisnionth. !' Jefferson, and parts of Leon county, and Thomas and Lowndes coon-
15f>r>, and in pursuance of the requirement of the ConslitmJon! ; of the The value: of this gin.rat: t "
Statf, declared her railroad policy and cslahh.-.hrJ! a Witm of Internal Hoard; !its. to look lor i si rids: to :moi-r !1i.iS: i i'r;,;, res!. Done; on the.'Jlst nfOtobir,. i !) ,: it U in contemplation: to put on a iLily line of 4 horse post coacb*
Improvements.Ti.is Ti.i'Se iffn'irr'fs j for paviiutit! of interest are 7Vr.v' The require i from the terminus of nut rbad lo the Florida road, and to Thomas
M-fctem prmideil f 'ibic aid mer.t (from the od b\ the To be dt.no ,S3.00I ripe Facilities for travel will thus be afforded the
:r i> to two gie.-.f lines of railroad, Companv. i'npo! ; act under the h< a-, iest 1 p<>n- Georgia. to people
connecting the \llantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico-one from :illio.s.: to p-iy them! OIK- half the st. Johns river at Jacksonville to the waters of IVn&acola: Hay, months.; This tin- inc, dtiil'.g{ lh<- pcri-i.-l of ronslniction.? After 1 fished, rocs;' :! r.tb'y moic than; oat': 1.(11of ll!i work has ]bi ''n done, they will avail themselves.
with extension* at suitable points t" the .St. lark river or Crooked the road: > are comp'-led.:! jlu'r net:( !income) ; 4 :xc<- ti (1> per cent, the T>Vith i the force iiuw employed, it i l; estimated there will 1 ic>nun to This trill become the preferred rotate fc-r all the Northern trivet
river ?.t White Bluff nn Apalachicola Bay. in Middle Honda, and to ( ":inipaiiio.s; : are rerpiiiMi fo pay to th'.1 M"riH r.'s amount s'lllic'ent fome I h doj"; on the! 1st of January, h ss than 773,000() yards, of which It will! be cheaper, more expeditions amid rn'ore comfortHble. 'lb.
.*>!. Andrews Hay inVo>t Florida ; the oth"i hem Amdra!: !Island, t the! infi-iest on the bunded, (le'':t. !If f the net iv.Mi.e; is less th.Mi! 1 ,H'.bM; l is the tsfim.ito for Cuhin.bi-i Count time at (irecrnt irorn'1'idhhassee to Charleston is 61 hours. Stag? 1
on t'ue? Atlantic, near 11)" mouth of St. .Mary} < iiu; < lo the w-t'r yf ((5 i ?>!'r: eel; Tampa I bar in South Florida.( ( 4.) paid) In and '1 ern' '''fd 'l"-t." The divu'rnds' thus paid bv the comj.ii Si-t.miv; : : RSvvi.. 1 1011G3} ] yds."Will ting; the reduction for through tickets, which is not known, ii $27. 0.
The several railroad companies then orgr.oicr-,l or .r.lctrterrd. or .i'j to the InfeMT.l Imp'ovimpnt 130.i(1, constitute a lind: to pay l! be tlono by lit Jai.uarv: 1,07' .31': !) Through Florida lo Feinpnditia there will be 85 mtfes by railroad
such as miirht thereafter be chai.eret', any p"goon of! \vhofce toutesshmild the -.0:1.5 annual inlcie.si on the Intern: Impum-in'-m; 1'tntt5-; ("x ->' i ((25 miles en the I'en-acoia A Georgia Railroad and CO on the Flo-
conform: to these lines indicated by the Act. were iiithorizedto 11 I-J, l-'i.: ) i iIt Vo c-; mpl'! wading in( Suwr.m'ec Riv. 70 n.iles! 3' :3.127 rids road,) and 10 by st; ge. From Fernandina lo Cbarlef on T>V

coiibtnict purh parts of their road as were within said lines or i is confidently 1 brlifvcd that; the Peii<.icola (V '"lon-yia; II. I!. Hstimated cost of culverts A trestU to Alligat<>r,. JA.UO3> 50( i steamboat, 14 hours, fare 3. Allowing 4J miles an hour for stago
routes on giving tmlice to tIe'I'xustecs) of the Internal: improve:'incut Company will, fiom I the earnings of the nrf'.s! of jJ| ( it| i r ad.1. I i j j'wklone.) cost,. . . . . .. . l',17951 j jTo I route 5 hours for railroad, 14 hours for steamer,' and 3 hours And 20*
Fund of their fall acceptance of the provision of that Act, and were, p'-'ce funds in the hands-( of tle: Ii.aJ! of Internal Improvement to j minutes for transfer of pas-('nbers, the whole time, from Tallahaa-
to that extent, entitled to nil the aids conferred bv il?" Ac!-{*.. ;) ;.) iiM-ot the interest on ti"! bonds! i i-.sued for that par <-f the read?, withuiit j !;e (tone,. . :. -S112,7'J1] 01Th" see to Charleston, will be 49 hours, a saving of 12 hoars. ,Giving
The IVnsacola: A' ( eoiMa I R R. Co. were inert-Sure! cmitled to drawing on the other re.so-irces rif the Fund. AS the road progresses ; nocr-s-sary crrob-lL-s, iron, chairs and spikes have bcc-n pur- i 10'cts. per mile for singe, 5 cts. for rnilroad.at d $8 for steamer, the
the piivilcgt'S If; the Aei, s>o far as their lino of road lay upon a line the earnings will pir.porJi; :L:: -. increase till "Q mile* shall j! chafed for ."* mile, the fiogs and switches for -10 rni'e' one locomotive whole fare wiil be 824 25, a saving of 3.25. Considering that
1 from 1 IVisaco a to Jacksonville. And in order' to enable that (Com- haw been c.t f tae road ate in full there is no cli.irge for meals ort the steamer, and that half the mtjJi
!pane to connect with the Atlantic in Florida, without departing 1 fom made With the Aliai.iic: ; there is little! gu"stn' n that the road will! be { ojirsalion.Jvr will be saved by shorter time tnd lessl andtravel, the saving wih) bnt .
their proposed connection with more than Hii'icieiit! to th*> entire atnruint of inteieM. I IX least So. The route will be more comfortable from
( Georgia, at a point in Hamilton pav ( projrrcss has 1.v.1)C(1) so rapid j l as we hoi I>r-r'', bu1t isJ[rri ifv- fact that,
fi County cast of the at"pIlya. an amendment to th"ir charter was obtained ''''ond-The fitherrv.-boun.rs rf the Intt-inal I Impiovc-menl;! Fnd: ?, f! ink, and iei! autheriz:: n" a !I'r.-urh or extension lo Alligator! in Columbia j if the dividends fron: the road are I !not &nlck'it! ; to pav tin interest on i the ( ;all of Mexico, at .Mutks, and the waturs of the Atlantic tation will be but 85 miles, and the rest of the distance by steamer/
m Countv. and thence cr.idiioially upon a contiuuovs {lie in the dtr. the bonded debt, are Ocean :it Jacksonville and Feinandina no longer problematical. alToifling; an opportunity for travellers to sleep one night on the way,
.mina: of .lck.unvillr, uii: ; they should rt-icli te!; J'lnrnJa Ruilrui 1st. Tt.e; urarit. of .".00,000( ( ) acres of land n.a-'e! bv Copgrcss to the i! without loss of ;time.A .
I loading from Fenruidina ti' Ced.-r lie."r!' onU- condition StnU' (.f i'lorida, iJJ; of March, ] >-ir, f<>r parj.--.'.. of !iuwrnal 5m- T UI'! OF JoTrATI:( :G JIONDS 1eI1IOT ['O1TINrF, similar( mparison will hold rood as to Savannah. The coin

inpoicd tpon: lie (leoig'a C(9.i.nlt, ta'i! t.}' fib' Alapah: :* ?> that p'iv"iien' l lZJ. Thp fond; provided by the State is b< lievod to be sufficient to iron pli'Jiin{ of the North Eastern road, from Charleston to the Wilmington
t'ir shall not b in.-.de til ll'he! connection wih: the ror.d' 1 from FiMiiandinato All the 1-ind 1 : ? granted to the State J by art of Congress, xr ih and equip i 1 5hu toad: and had we been in Concl!ti(3:) (to avail ourselves j A: Manchester road, at Florence, will still more shorten the distance
Cedar Key i is fiit estrb'i>hed.4 Septe'ii'ii-r' IS'iO: comtniii-.iy; : calleJ! the Swamp Lar.d grant. of ids benefit"1 at an ealir; day, there is lillle doubt ti.nt ?!le: necessa-i and{ reduce the time and expense for all travel to points north
The I'ensacula: (.V: le'vgia K. It. C have therefore adopted the The R.-ui-ti r of i'-il.'jf L-jnds informs us that of the fornn r grant iv iron cmiM liave been olitaincd.! In the late and present crnbarrassssin j I nf Charleston, or travellers may, if they plrasr, take steamer to"
extension or branch lo Alligator, and thence to the Florida Ko.-d," il'Iia: aci.-.s t tlc h.-w be.- yi'ntScd to ihe Stat- of J'lorida, 1 175l, il "n' o'! tii" ir.or-tary:: affairs oft tl'e! whole country, the negotia- !! New York or Philadelphia.
as their chief line ::sjd object of their enlerpii- i to that rection of the a'rd. an i lil.OUO' .'>' : ,..= *-, be Jactedb Most of these lan., |< here i lion: r.f( all kind' of I'onJs is impracticable. P at there ?s nothing in ; \Vf. blntll this be nsau.ed of all the through travel lo and from*
Sirite, and being authoiized! commence work at any p.vfl; on tlii1 sslecte t 1 in l ISJT-S-'J nri: '.V), fr m the( entire 'I i'J pr. ;jiriat-, pnl.hc i, ti.'is! st-ite of( Iii logs to dish arten nor even to disc ourng "s. A Tallahassee: .
line, have commenced: at Tallahassee. r.nd art \vwLag! ea=twardly 1 domain in t the Stale. They r.n> ..I!I rf cr :i--w. vlntble.:: ; I .Many of ; more hedthy; t' ne will be restored and good securities will command ; I7ben: the icvvr" of Port Leon was in existence near St.: iMarki/
fr in t'jat point towards a jut c'.ion' with the Florida K"iad, in a line them tie: bi rt lauds iti the State, the ori 'ii.ii :ij pr:al- eit of a largeporti'Ci a ready market. Ours are of this character. One great j jrau'e the receipts 1 from pa cngers ,on the Tallahassee Railroad, in one
to Jacksoi.ville! on the St. Johns, so as to have the benefit of an out- of vvliih has been recently doubled bv iheTinsteo Others of the monetary pressure is ii: t1' e fact that more railroads i year, amounted to rr.orp than $13,000.
let at Feniandina on the Atlantic, and Jacksonville 0:1: the St. Johns : have bcn projected and commenced than the wants of the country With these facts, the Hoard; feel justified in saying that the recci -
r'ver. A Company, organized a? the Florida. Atl-uilie and Gulf the-ailip i:) : : demat'd. .Many of them are -nieio schemes!1 of sj't eulation. ?ManJ1 ts from this section of rod will considerably "exceed l '6se of
Central }L 1 K.; ( 'o., are, at the sani" tim, vnL'nir. and- the lineJits line of railrrad.u.v: of t tiie-e. !:rii; j r.> appraiM-'l 1 r1t< from ."' to (0dull.us ) rival roads have been built or arc being built through the same re- )! the Tallahassee Railroad ,
of the Internal Iinprov\in system, l.'oiii JacKonviJie! t ('.;';yard, an acre. Thir iral va'ae' cannot well be estimate,! till the gi'iri fii'a; to succcs.sful' operation of all. Many have been reck- !\ The negotiation of oar Internal Improvement Bonds may be
across the I'lorivla !toad, and contemplate a nirctii'g or junction I completion: of the rjiiimadTnder -. Ks.-jv. and some frar luli-nliy! conducted, This? has impaired tie i' somewhat deferred, but the progress of the work should not bo dela -
with the I'cuscola A: (.ieorjria head: at Alligator, fi.O; miles a et t of the g vmt of JS-j 1 : !), if: I i- "Mi'!'ated! { 14a!! iCe S.'aie. will, leccivy credit! and M>rii>uIv tliaiinished the resources of good schemes, are! i ;,-ed. We believe these bonds are abundantly sufficient for the
Jac.ksorille and I05njiles east 01'{ Tallaha.-.M-i'. J.oul.i! the Flnnd.'i, : ] .j,000.njrr.rc5( rf vh'ch l-J.OfiO.OOO+;) .i-ri-s hay i.-rn. selected, ?f roads that would otherwise be profitable investments to the purpose for which they are nuthori.-ed ro Ire used; but there is much,
Atlantic ar.d; Gulf Central II. 1L ( ''o. fail to build their road to AJIi- rjK1 r.fiyc- r. ,Jin'ed: "n.t.' 1 p.-jk-nK-d, to tl.c+ V f.t le. i -'toekhoMe'-s.' The credit of all ro ids, good and had, hs; su.Tered.; i for us to do to entitle us to issue and use them. The road ma 1
gator, the Pensacola A Georgia II. It. (:n. are authorised to cotjtinue ; In the interval b-tween (he grant to the State and thselections; The n suit will be that n.any p< liemes, plausibly presented to the be prepared to lay the iron, l before we can oNtain the Slate guaran
their road to the Florida load. The Pen. A- Gen. II.; I K. (:o. are of these lands l by the agenl.s appoint"id! for the pnrpov, the gutClui : pubii'-, and rnanv m-uls( coiitemplatcd and begun, must be r.bundi.ncd. tee. Let us go on as rapidly as possible with the grading. Th
therefore, at present, engagt-d ii: the building of 100 miles of road |i meat of the i'. S. disposed of ];,0.000();; ) aero, of which a large [part | Lit, thoe iiuiit-at l !by nature, and to be built to meet the I more wok we have done th" greater will be the credit of the Company
from Tallahassee! to Alligator.Frosi were sold for+ cash :.nd l the! est were coveied bv t'{ S. bnnnty lanrl t demand: ol agriculture, commerce and the traveling community, and the greater the f.icility for disposing of the bonds. If w.
Tallahassee to ist. Marks, and connecting with the IVinn- ; wanants. The title having vested ;ii ;!. State from the paWt,rof will be cnn: .-tru'ted( Such is the character of the road which wo j ago not willing to do what is required to entitle us to obtain the
cola A: Georgia R. R., the extension contemplated bv this Inten-al the act of Is.'jO. tlif amoin: t of ci-h sales' will be! paid; over i-7 j!: > are fngagcd, :i" t b'jiielmg.; Designed to connect the waters of the means to iron and equip the road, we must and deserve to remam'
Improvement system has already been built, under the :(id. of the Internal Stale. Rii-i l'++ilaltP: : a I'.IIc.f. 1 the Inteinal lmj.rovem(-nt Fund." (;iiilf and Albn ti--- by the most practicable r.'Ute, with lire best bar- for ever in our present position ol isolation.
Improvement Act, by a company styled Ti.! <- Talla.t-ee!: H. and the Sl.-ile:; will be C..ti'lrd: to flat -, with/ whieh to locate; other( hours at tilh- teiiiimu*, and thus nvoulMig the ?OLg) dangerous TRr..tSL rrR s EEPORT.
R. Co. Tl.'s (cxt'-nt'on is a first t class road, one of the best in the l-jn'is in lien of tlio-e c.iv.i.-d by lad: wamnJsor; ill-! I S. Rill i ijijy old expensive 1 1j route ar.riimi file Ca]>fS of Floiida) -passing through
l'nted Sl.-ilffe, and is in sued-s..ful rpvration, g"vv-:: ;ihr! .It.-t t outl-1 : to ill- State $ l.2;) Jin :acre for! the b-m fit of>| t the! fund. j 1 1Jt a country rich in aijrii'ul'.ural resource*, a large portion of which is j From th? report of the Treasurer, herewith eubmttte'd' fl ajipeartT
from the main line to the inlf.. the was : !until! some lime la-: lh.it! that the tf t.il receipts *
at port of St. Murks. < year any oftho.se 'ant?< v.ere without a mar'M; t, except at a cost destructive of the j>l intet's or
All the subscriptions to the IVnsacohi! A. Georgia 1 R. R. Co. having put in n.-irkit bv tiie Mate( since, which tin.e; the Regi.-lor reports I !! farmiM's. profit?, much ol it abour'dmg, in nava! stores, and primeval: ; In Cash and County Bond, A- from Juan, are .'. : $344 417 gg*
been made by panics more directly interested in forming a connection I monthly bales of more, than: .">())00() soles, and thinks that the amount, '' forests of! the bet characlar of luintor, spars and other valuable: i Expenditures. 250.W 22
with the Atlantic that have thus of sales cotltiatl": ; to incr.-ase. There be doubt timber which need the of iI I
Company far confined th'-ir can no thai this ship only means transportation to markot, Balance in the Trcasurv. .. .. .. .. > s2s"se'
operations to the construction of their line of road east of Tallahassee i will be the case-, as the confetinction of the roads frogre.eThe to m the the country through;; which the road rrfl! pass: teem with | I"nJi! of Leon County,. $ 9,3oO 00 Ia '
except so far tin to survey and locate their line west to J iisa- minimum pii'-e. of the hams one dollar and twenty-five cents an aero. | population: and wealth: -protected by the wisdom of our State Legjsj.iture j elf .lefferscin County,. 42'oOi> OO
cola Day. Necessity has? Comitc-Hed! ( Them to consult this ''oca* in- i The comji-ti.u!! of these roads will bring millioi/s! / of t'le.v lands into i from the possibility of successful competition and rivalry--in 'I of 3ladion . . : 40.800 00-$94,325 85The
ieiest. Hut this is far from be.ng the ftn oirvof' that Company. market, and the prc'Leeds of sale will greatly more than o.jual. the en the means and bciliiifs for economical construction perhaps unsurpasscd County Bounds have been hypothecated fo secn're iaymenf
The continuance and completion of their road to the noble Hay of tire cost of constructing all the nf'lrr--ids; ntemjilated to be built in -proposed to be buit! net for sfeCiiHtion? but to meet the of money borrowed to meet the cash demands agauisfthe Compuij.RKSOCP.CES .1 .'
Pensacola, where, independent of the advantages of its magnificent | the State. However this may bp, t/iftc cnwiot IP c.! doubt( that the i| dcm.m d9 cf the public, :arid for the wants and convenience! of those STATE3IEXT OF LIABILITIES ADD "
harbor) it will be brought into connection with the entire \Ves- Internal Improvement) Fund h arnjily sutlicient lo meet the infer- who have undertaken its construction, not to much with a view to j AX PROPZRTr.We .
fern system of railroads-itS4 fx'cnsTon to a line or lines of railroad j rv0:1: the bonded debt of the companies A mbst.jnent act of the ; the profitabl, (Mies of their stock in the company, as for the other I submit also a statement of heI'I tilt' )'t2.e".y;' resourCea and pro
to roach Mobile, Nev* Orli-an* and Vick-biirg, to be continued S Legislature rerjuin-h thie" vtrs'interest/ ; lo b-kept on hand.' n| benefits and biesaing its construction; will bring, but a road which c rt,} of the Company, on the 31st .0.' <,' prepared the Se creta
through Texas to the northern Provinces of Mexico, and to 'Miiu-et j{ The jirimijul of the l bond.is secured Jet(, by th" ro'piiiemcnt that fnjrn its location, and in the nature nf fhfngs; mail bs cr.e of the i ry and Treasurer .any a detailed statement of Iiabtlutea; ahotrill g
with the most practicable! if not the oat y practicahlc ifiie fo the- Pacific the? compai-v.; Fh."t::; [pay> to the Tin-tees of the Internal Impicvement mo.profiubl..' ;n flit? Cnion-the Pensacol.i: A: Georgia Ka'Iroad j jmu.sl each item of indebtedness and when due.' '
in almost direct True Fund at !least one: half of ,,;. ll and will be labor From these **.ptemi it arrears that the total 1' liabili
a opens to us a future I'-ajrn'iiceni! ts one pci ecu t-i ;< br i.d ;:r(\.unt, l iro on surely cunipUttd.Ve under none of | ties of the
fane}' can picture. ; every six n on!!j4. a.- a xinkina fitn-l, to bo inve.d l ;for the ulilmatej the dillicuUifs{ vh'ch' toost !eaJ to the abandonment of other rail- !i Due ttotkholder, ,
The barriers imposed by desert p'ahis. void of limber, and the j pymeh* of the bonds.-( S ;4"nd J'J.: ) The act pu-u-led that this '
snows and other obstacles, presented bv th* Kue v !Mountains, for [ jiiyirent: fhall l"e made IM-IOIX- any dividr>mls shall i he a lull ed. ($ } ::3\,1\ I lion totore capitalists have looked almost exclusively to the West =C 561-:69-0716U87 -
bid the ionitruclien of a railroad to the I Pacific OTny t-iopo.scd .so that 5rth" road l roali/es un :nnoint; to bit one ptr cent !per amtolth for railroad inrc Gnr .a. There l his: boon r. rprin'iiar.ce !I Tor iron and equipments,, ,, , ,, ,, ,, , 14
northern route at annum 0:1: the bonded' tie/! about! half t thv of th-j so.td investments in States. !
eo'-t the n.nkiii3
except an impracticable cost. Commerce demands ti t to blaveholding: They rniscnderstoml
paymerri ; ;' Balancc. . . . . .. . . ... . .. .
access to' th Pacific by a route, opf-n at all tinier, which will i to tl.e! .sinking /Jui/J w :.l{ be pl'uditl(1, ; fur which purpose HiC- mail the wiiikiiigA of our institutions. Experience has proved that 1' Say cash liabilities, .$168,685 $199,882 ffS
avoid, the Jncacu7aVT dangers and losses imposed by the necessity j pay will be more than .snflicienl.A no form of ( Jovennnent is so -tabe! as ours, that there is far Creator DonJ* 29,31800 95

of encountering the Gulf Stream and the hazard of the Capes of [,iiompl and jinii<-ion invr-j-lment: of on" half of one per rent., Security: fr jfe nm! property in the slave, than in the uon-slap+ehuld- I St.-ck... .... ... .. .. .. .. 1,87860---1199,8828$'
Florida. These considerations will lead inevitably to i7 ii' "on&truc- scud annuJilIy, will, in less than ;{I5 u-ar" r.i'i ]per cent. pl] r annum; I Ijirovirle !ing Si.-itt ?, that amid the convulsions which have sb akcn the f fotmdations !' The resources and property of the Company are the nnexpenoVd -
Lion of the Southern Pacific Raflroad, of which the Pensacola &z I I a fund to discharge all the t (>nJx. 01 Municipal ;otclntnet.t*. threaten the peace and endanger 1002 shares Tallahussec and uncalled Railroad fur subscriptions, $361,092 36

Georgia Railroad will be an extension. The pi\ienl( of the bonds is I thins &fciri-tl: even though the stDok- tlie! M r t curily of society, prostrated; colossal: loituiu's, and brought Instrument?, Mules Wngpoiis, ic.,block. ..,...... 100,20000 5,000
Itia, not proposed, in the limits of this paper, to present the aigiiment I holders leceivo. nothing on their investment. fclatvatiuii: nn-l I desolation to the doors of millions of laboring men, Equipments ou hand,.. .. . .. .. .. 15,660 00 00
to show that when the connection shall have been made with the .S'COJNl-I he bonds constitute by lair a first lion oi; the rond. the S.avciiolding States are in the enjoyment of ponce, prosperity, J Juid Value of 12 miles road, 18,000 per mile,. 216,000 00
Valley of the Mississippi river, the Pensacola & (Georgia R. II. Co.vill The Act di-clin that taid bonds shall be a first lieu or moifraire ; plenty 'I bat our principal LanKs preserve their credit and i Iron, chair?, spike, &c. for 13 miles,. . 77,657 00
Other work June on the road,.. .. .. ,
be the successful competitor for a very large paitof the im- upon the ro.d bed, iion l equipments, wurkiho'ps depots r.nd (ran- specie ::t their counter.* for their notes pu! in circulation, and that Value of land, 144S'jO acres, at $:>J, ,. 134,617 60 *
tnense trade and travel which} will r seek an outlet to the Atlantic fiom chisc," ( 'i and t h,) and that they rhall be aj.plitd to no other purpose i but for their complicity with Northern bai.Ics and New Yoik and i Among the resources of the 862,000 00-$1.272.226 3S
; the vast region which will be penetrated by railroads connecting than jurehi inn the. non rails, spikes, plates, cqni|'mt i.ts''-(( Sand New England muehants and brokers and factors, the credit of most i I guaranteed Internal Improvement Cofrtrpanj1 bonds sbo'tiM be considered the
with it. A glance at the map will show the great advantage of distance 10.) jte err they can IK issuerthe rund-hcd mnit b>', in all! ToFpecls | of our monii'd iiibtitutions Wool I not even have been shaken, and I us to ?ssae for the 23 miles of road which the law 'authorizes
which this route till possess over all others. The surveys t cor.>'lete, the c.o t of which, with depotwoiUshop' -:, I'hflt of II j but for the unnatural course of trade and cornmoice, niakni" the I amounting to 8222,000. now so nearly completed
show that no other road can be K cheaply constructed. The coun- j I way, and all otl.er espeiib'-s, must be provided for with other fond. South, and indeed the entire country, more or less, dependent on j Our cash liabilities, other than for
try through which it will pass is free from obstructions at all seasons I t (j 7 and 8.) Hul !the bomlholder has a Jiisl luoilgage on all-lluij .Vw York, the people of the slave States would, at this time, be 03, which have been incurred iron and equipments( arc 8168GS3 /
of the year. The harbor of Fernandina, which may be regarded as rendering his security peileci. i free from all pecunuiy ernbanassment. I hassce R.[ K. Co., of for purchase of Stock in Talbj-?
the t-astera terminus of this road, is one of the very best on the atlantic 'I he lien being created by litir, is not liable Jo defects whiih may i I Millions have been Jojt( by the mistaken, view which the capitalist camp equipage, &c.payment, salaries of Engineering1 officers ,,expensesinstruments/
l coast, south of Chesapeake Hay, certainly sufficient for all exist in the execution, ren id, Cwc., of ordinary moilgjige hood 15\- ; of the Northern States and of Europe have taken of tht-interest, pcnses, clnss-ties at the rate of about office and contingent ex-v
commercial purposes. the Act, the! ; enforcement of the lien is by State sei cn* and hale; fur Mid from their misunderstanding of us and our iiibtitutions. Whocan ( trestle work 8800 per mile, culverts ana
The local interest involved in the road are insignificant compared the benefit of the bondholders, without t judicial: intervention, without estimate the amount of mo icy they have !lost, forever, by investments houses, dec., and grubbing the cos? of clearing, right of* way, building station-
with the great objects to be attained by its construction. Tho extension d Jay, without possible avoidance, but prompt, certain r.nd efl'jctive.! I in Northern and Northwestern Railroads And with A considerable sum had grading sections 1, 2 and 3..
to be
of tbe road to Pensacola is therefore vastly more important ( ::1.{ ) ( I aide we may ask who of them hive: lost one dollar by a Southern I I ments, in anticipation oi the issue paid of in cash for iron arfd equip
than the line from Tallahassee to the Atlantic on which the Companj Additional secunty;: is given to the bonds by the fact that the Act Railroad company 1 Our roads have been more hontstly conducted Since the rendition of the Treasurer's"account Internal Improvement bonds.
is now at work, and will surely be built. Secures the construction o'first(: class roads--( (j ;) than many, and more economically administered tlinn any of the the Company have been reduced die cash liahflitiea of
The Company have now under consideration proposals fo build Forbids the construction of lateral compiling roads within 25 Eastern, Northern' and Northwestern Railroads. Not only have + inn ts. $20,000, chiefly for iron arid equip

and equip that portion of their line between the ApaJachicola 1 river miles--( *>() ;) our Railroad Companies promptly paid interest on their debts, and i The amount of our mdebfednessrs
an d Pensacola. Forbids the ibtni1 of bonds except as the road is made-( 8 ;) I met their engagemants to foreign creditors, but we do not know a I rations of the Company, and it ?s essential seriously that embarrasses the ope .
Requires the bonds to bo lecoided and the record certified on completed Southern road which does not divide annually a lend-- j should pay their subscriptions. Our stockholders
ISTER cAL UfTEOVEMEVr 1 O 1)s. each bond, BO that no over-i 4ue is possible( J U) ;) mate dividend to its Stockholders. Our road cannot prove an exception and it becomes the duty of nil who take cash subacri boos are tod small,
The public aid the Internal Act is ; for as has been intimated, nature and our later makers : an interest i'uthe welfare of
the contemplated by Improvement Makes the fake issue or diversion of the bonds cr funds by any give the road to do' aft ih their powr fo add to thg number
furnishing of securities sufficient to purchase the iron amt equip- us advantages which ira oflicr Company possess. I scribers. of oar sub
ofiicer of the Company a.f'eltrrgj10( ;) If the Directors had cash in hand tne
eat*. and is limited to 810.000 per mile. These securities by law Railroad Iron, like every thing else; has been greatly! reduced in structed at much less ; rod could b* COD-
ennot be Requires the President% and at leait two of the Directors, every nix and the demand be co&i/und wrthif more money it will be still
applied to other and indeed are not allowed price, must more reduced bv the stoppage cult
any to it We have '
purpose complete
. tow issued until the iron is imported into the State, and the road- months; to' report, under oalh, tire gross and net earnings of the of so many works. It will therefore cost us less. Tbe construe I at present available and Very large resources, but they are not
bed is finished and the cross-ties furnished, from the subscriptions or ( ;) don ot our road U one of the necessities of the commercial world, who will be we must appear, to the stockholders told'others
othe r resources of the stockholders. The whole substructure H not Exempts from taxation the roads, their fixtures, appurtenances, as well a* essential to the wants of the vast extent of agricultural and give us the so aid much benefited by the road to onion fci'ardtrd'now
?egtinred to bo completed, bat the bonds are issued upon every secof 1. &c., for 35 years after their completion( 18 ;) and timber country, through which it will pass. Our securities will we require. .
fion nt least 10 miles as the name is completed and the iron iih$2000 < bear the most rigid investigation, and are undoubtedly of the very COUJOT DOD*. -
Ported. mile of these requiring best character. There I will be capital seeking investment. The Our -
per public securities of 10,000 per ( ;) principal subscribers are the three Counties of Lt
'fie mile'}is reserved till the iron is in fact bid for each section of 10 And on failure to pay over to the Trustees the not receipts required i prejudices 'against southern securities will'pass awiy. The honest, I son and Madison, through which the road Isasems. In : ailtei ,
', thl9} gum nf 0XX( ) jx r milo being the rstirnate for equipment : by tho tew'ns of 1 Hie act, make the individn.nl property of all dip pconotnicnl and profitable: maue8 nrfn! of South/in railend*, and Ftar! .e!its called 5;:, these Countips BIT girl n to the Uomjdurra p a ,

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TT___ -- have extended iver a line of road 300 rniki in
pon Bonds, hearing 8 per cent interest from date, payable annual!tfhese because of their unwillingness to have the negroes sent out of thc To which nuy be added the unsold ca; ital: tock of the Company extent, and I (the engineering expenses are large, but small in propertlon -

bonds were received ns cash under the impression that they county. In consequence of a recently repotted decision on this Tie estimated cost of tills scctiou of the.road, with equipments $ I3S3 Si 2 to the amount of work done, less wo think than those of any

could bo readily disposed of. The security is of such undoubted subject the Board weie unwilling to risk the chances of a law suit depots, Ac.and, i*clenrinij.tretrtling and other road whoso reports we have seen. '

character that it was thought they would be eagerly sought ns ol by transferring the hands to another party to be carried out of th Grading cross'tics grubbing.?191,3 3 00 The first eleven sections have been comparatively costly. The

jects of investment. But in this we have been disappointed. Th county. Right of way, trucklnyinpr, depots nnd I turn amount of excavation and embankment is nearly equal to that of

Validity of the boijdsjiaxing been established by the judgment of the The Contractor in Jefferson was therefore disappointed in get out. engineering and eontiugonciert,. 18',5iO< > 00 the 35 sections in Columbia county, and has cost more, yet the cost

courts of the country, no onb questions the suflicieney of the sect ting the Company's hands which ho had engaged to complete hi' 7,000 tons of Iron nt $60( ,.. 42i 4-J.Of-O,i't i> IK 00KqniiiFiient !) of completing the first section of 13 miles now in operation is leu

thy; but few of our people have money for permanent investment, contract, and lost two months and a half in his own woik, by transferring rroy, chairs*,.and spikes 12otfn: > OoSuvvniniee tha-i $18000 per milo. The average cost of the rest of tho roa4

and those who have, \\ithholcl it, apparently hoping the necessilic( at (the request of the Company, his own force for that tim IJridge,. SO/mo( t (00- ?l>l93 y. will not exceed 813.000 per mile.! It may bo built nud fully equipped

of the Company will compel them to soil the bonds at a great dcpreciation. to section :3, In Leon county. Rtturce ,. . . .. . . . . .. .. *co72,4S8> 4. fair less Limo that amount, with cash in hand to pay fur labor and

In this state of things it becomes us to consider \\\hethc! Rut for this, the grading through the entire County would hay 1,122,3'Jt 'Jl rnaterinlj.

We can continue to receive the County bonds ns cash, except so fans been complele-d before the end of tho veal The heaviest Wuik ha K.vcc of recoiirccs. STATEMENT OK CO.VUITIOX.
been done and there will lemain the l t of January about ISO,. The above is a full rash es'imnte.Il BRIE
our contracts enable us 16'dispose of them at par. Is it jiiet ( ) on abundant for
'S those who pay cash to receive fiom others in payment of Hook bond 000 cubic yaids excavation and embankment,: t, which mav be executed is r\idont that the resources of the Company: are believed thai The present condition of the affairs of Company may bo thus
I Indeed it i< confidently
? Should this Ios in five or six months with a force equal to that now employed thiC' cmtrileti'ul) of tin' stated.
lit par, which we have to dispose of at a discount the entire cost of the road briefly
fall! on the Company or the Comities ? Would it not be better for By the first of January the grading will bo completed[ to the 25thi! its property in land is more than We vimto have thought it prudent! to es1t- The unexpended subscription is S3G3.5W.30, more than sufficient

the Counties to negotiate Iheir own bonds ? These are importan mile, which is all that i Is cxxenlinl to us, at this (time, inasmuch Ve from Tallahassee to Alligator.: real value if I not forced to pay tIps entire inuYbtedness) of the Company on the completion1

questions, which jthe Hoard of Directors with the Stockholders to have not iron to lay the track further. The iest of the grading ea) mate the lands at only 2.50() an ; crc'. Tlu-ir I of 25 mik-a of road, which will amount to 8359.391.07, including

decide at this general meeting, in which the Counties are fully rep be done by the time more iron can bo purchased, and delivered a.St. on flue market, is more than double this available-amount.! is that cot of iron and equipments.

resented. The Directors also desire to be informed of jour wishes Marks, certainly before the iron can be laid on the track. Hut the resources not being now necessary of the Total subscription, county and individual, 8-194000. Should it

in regard to the disposition of County bonds now on hand. prompt measures be taken to meet the present! engagements: with! all be 1'iiiil i/i cash, or its equivalent, the entire liabilities of the Company
MADISON COL'NT1.In it3 credit and to enable: uo to go on ouroperations
The iron contracted for by the late Engineer, Mr. Gnrnett, of which Company, to protect will be rxtingithhrtl, except the amount of 8161.387, for irorf

advised called in Juneva* at the county of Madison the work has progressed very salUfactorilv. without juterru ptia u1. and'equipments which Ins bren or will be provided for by the Internal -
at meeting bought ai
were your the Counties
you The total reliable suliMMiption! i is ; It) tOO-by)
than it has been t Bonds, leaving funds sufficient to go on wittf
unfortunate time, when the j pi ice was higher since Improvement[
and by the terms of the contract the Company was snbjectec Tho ft minted nmoui.t if excavation and embankmti.t in S3.)0,000, and by individuals: $1 1 l.OOQ. former piivato resolution subscriptionswer of the the work nnd' to complete! the road bed to Alligator, when the Stosk.
f'22-2'tj) yd- but i withdrawal under a
that i is. larger, by
New Yoik. and thenco St County holders will own
of to
to the expense shipment to Pone on :>lt"October. . 316,37"") Sioch holders, by death, removal and insolvency, we cannot rely on
Marks. This iron was bought to be paid for in rash on its[ nrriva the ot 1 moje than the above named: aunt tu ml 1. Von vvi 1 -, '. A /first elat- road in.utioii; L-r 25 miles.
in New Yoik. As no bonds! could be issued till its arrival at tin 20V(> "" the Treasurer's that a I.irge: pirt: of the .uhscm .lions The real led prppired and cross ties furnished for 80 additional
Novunbrr, and December,Rl lo.ist. 40oOO) by report very
Port of St. Marks to enable us to forit.it was to make Intimate of work in
pay necessary of Tallahassee.
is un ptitl. .\|>pivehtini; the dillicuity of gt'tting[ money during iiirs! east

other arrangements, which we were enabled to do through! the aid Leaving; to be done utlrr lt <-f January: 105i! ;>i (lie summer immihs, in an ag ieult oral conmi'inity like our, with. 200( miles healed vest of Tallahassee! to Pensacola.
of several of our stockholders who agreed to advance the money t to demands Stock in another good paving ready the Tallahns-'
In thU connection! it may !'< oWrvrd 1 that there has been 1 ; a remarkable out Innliing: icilities, the Boinl) of Directois: withhild oj: lOO'J sh.-trei of

the Company. The transaction was conducted through Mr.1 Jno. accuracy in the engineers estimates of quantities ol'eartl} the tdciilml.'! it-is fur a p-iyment: ol in-talnvnts; till the !middle of Oot'tbor see Railroad Coni ttiy.

George Anderson, who has been iinfoi Innately detained in New Yoil,k rokcnce! in the on with cur 11 1 1.800 ttcres of Ittnd, worth, at the low estimate of 82.50 an
work already: done, sons to( ijive great: coriectnvs) ; tiiiikiiig: i, it biTt to( borrow money to iro opera-
by illness, nnd who has not rendered an account to the Company hi'l I i'.st tinctcd I I thrtn to make.To : N.'JC.O.OOO.A .
of the estimates woik to be done.COLX I lions, and to meet engagements: you ; JUTC,
The estimated cot for the whole amount, 1000 tons, is about Ol,' iiu .t corxrv.Nothing enable: ns to comply( with these engagements it is i neceairy; nl will have: secured further valuable grants of land amounting

000, delivered ut St Matks. that! subscriptions s-hon'd novv bo paid.: ; Not only! should! this in all to more than l.tJOO.OOO( acres, of greater value than the entiri
has b"on dmse in Columbia County bevond :i careful leFunev your
STOCk IN TALL.\U4bELn It. R. CIMPA\V. be done! tml: each StocklmKb-r! should frel it to be his duty, to aj>- cost of constructing the road from Alligator to IVnsacola.Tlie .
and rexNod location:, of tin1 line of nnd. The qnantitx of excaatiiMi -

Among! the assets of the Company is the item of 100'J( shares of and embankment: : -llO.Slt 1 ynnK The soil is light and [peal to his n-'ighhois, and all iutciestt d in our gloat enterprise to p-mm-nt of yor subscriptions now duo in cash, with a mod*

stock in the Tallahassee II. K. Co. Unless money can bo loalizet sandy, ami! the work maybe mc'ro cheaj ly executed than on am aid us in) its CaiIu1iII tioul. The State has provided I a fund adequate! rate :addition, will put yo-i in condition to demand the guarantee(
ar (lie pnreha-e of iro:: ami equi| <
from some other source, it may become necessary to soil this stock.It other part ot"the line. of the Honda of our Company : necessary
would be a misfortune to do so, and the Board of Directors will home voi l. to t-.Ke care of our home debt, and thC liond! ( :LflI! State equipments ca.i bo purchased, to enrnjifelc the eastern section of luG

Hot dispose out except in the last resort. It is highly important for WT.STKK.N: sriivKV.: aid will do the it-st. road. That being done, its continuanco Yest Pensacola, will b.

u* to own the whole of the stock in that Company' while o-ir road The; survey of the line of our road fmrn the Apalachicola river tiIVnsacola ) 1'ending the! con-Kloration of the pn>pi>:ition to undertake the cmistrnction necessary consequ CtC(.

Is i in process of construction, anti if we had funds for this purpo.-e, recently I made, piesents t more favorable! results I t t linn waanticipated. of the load, an eaint: and m>in.rJ (deiie w.'is exprtSstd of Stockholders, and no ccrrrmunity even had such
had been frnitlesly Surely set
much no
that the! woik should! I bv commenced, i.nt so : -
we would earnestly recommend the purchase. In such case the ) The grading will be lighter than on any other part o to make (he little effort nd small ancrifles noe-
schemes inducements,
miles of road would of excavation a-id emit inkment wil Ii aid in i I:loiida, 0:1 the s-'jlijcct of I UailroaiU, so many strotrg
cost of operating the first 25 or 30() our be merely the entire loute. The amount : u such result* !
owned that of 1 ( ( cubic mile of had I I been!i Mi rc:<'-ted and 1 abandoned: I, that many; of 1 our citizens had essarv to accomplish great
nominal. The equipments now by Company with tilO not exceed an average l 1,000 yards j.c-r tav ex lilieral in the condition of our affafra.? and tin wants of the Company.
addition of what we ha\e, would sutlice for both mads and we edition) which, at 1 1 cents per cubicaid, will make the cust 4)I cmfidcniv in th" [>roe.iition of this, but were : prornisPaof Seeing with full confidence that subscriptions

would be saved the necessity- of constructing ,nt-w depots, i-hnps.} *.W., the eaitli work, exclusive of grubbing and clearing, less than $2,0GO what; tlu-v wotilil' do, if thfy could stt. a pnprct' of uettinira: road we address yon that the Counties of Leon jour, Jefferson and
ut of the State. The .,, '( ct is now before them.Tho .- will be all j>nm}>lly paid,
through pr j |
at Tallahassee, as \\vll as the cost of tran.-poitatioii fiom $t. \Iarksto per milo.An anp their unpaid subscriptions ia
ion. I It Madison will not hesitate: to give us
road for considerable di-tance i< actully:: 1:1: o1rat t only
Tallahassee. It has boon suggested that special subscriptions abundant supply of timber for cross-lies may be had imincdintily a certain and cash and that those of our citizens who have not subscribed, will
may be made to enable u*. to jmrchase the icsidue of the stock ol on) the load !mi or the greater: p-nt of the rni te. needs) th* fulfilment of' these proml-e.- ensure! forward, and, to the extent of their ability, aid us in ac-i
hero now COUP
that Company.Ve may: make it preferred slock, nnd enure: the The liver cros-ings are much more favorable than vas anticipated rapid progrtss. lint tlicie have a5 vt nit new in which nil have so deep an interest, and
d'.ree! ittrilmtable work
Tl.i-i- in : lishing a
theo,it fait lv cotmii'-ncetl i .1 great com|
pament of dividends. If arrnngcinent< can be made here is mi but tin the number of steams: to be rro-sed t tin; bridging' and was > essential to the development of the resources of
exists that all tht' no- vvhii-h is not only
question of propriety. Ifwoweio solo piopiietors we have no (ties'lintr I will i be ( XJPeiiIVC. Ixclnive] of the bridge over the Apalitchiiol.i : ; to tiny f-ict that a !r'nernl irUIrC.--tiul continued respectability the States of
Internal lmirovcmontjionds State but to her among
I ,
sah of the our
doubt the difficulties in regard to the St. Marks terminus, and the ; liver, fMinnted at $ I(H,000) the estimated;: cot ol bridge' ces-aiy: funds! may be pro 1 !ted K-y [

: interests of the town of New Port, could be satisfactory, adjusted and tiestk'S is 250,000! ( ()( in West Kloiida, ;and S.'M.OOO fiom Tallahassee authori/ed: to W Nsued by the! Act of Januniy. 1 1S.)5.'u the Confederac.

But this may not be practicable, and Innately our stock mav t to the Apalachicola; 'liver. Total budges and trestles,, have: shown that those Bonds cannot lt- n-ed for any puipoc whatsoever KYCEMKVT( WITH TUP. TALLAHASSEE RAILROAD COMPia*.
and indeed that
be Bold without the serious detriment to the interest of this Company 83s 1,000.'I'hue except [to p'irchae iion and eqnij !mtT.ts. teJ. All tht- funds Arrar/' "mont? h ivo Iroen mailf with tho Tallahassee Railroad'

which some suppose. One chief object for the purchase of aeon- distance from Apn'ach'fo'a liver to n junction witli! the Florida they rnii'i'.' Itr issiu-d till the be i io.ul 1-nl i-> :ompl the Stockholders.A Company to transport freight and passenger* over our road as far

trolling amount of this stock was to bring the Tallahassee: Road in. and Alibama: load i1.11 1 miles.A for tin- latter purpose mu: abat.doncd t provided in by of the promises as it .s completed. All the cotton and ether freight which may b.

to the Rail load system' of Florida, under the provisions of the re-survey }has: bom made: ( ol the line from I'nhlIhIa4e to a cheaper: location was the < v.t cnn.-tqiitnce loeat'on. lit.t tiie& f fdg- delivered at our Depots will be transported promptly to Tallahassee

: Act of Januarv 1655. This has been accomplished. The Act requiring point 1 mile onthvve-t of the Couit HI-IHC, in the town of Quincv, of aid from tboM wlio (ieired pre and iiterv j St. .Marks. Thi arrangement will save the expense of more than
ts or
ntkint-n who-e :
% ItS
it.1 redeemed ( s
the establishment of a uniform tarilf of rates'' among all bv which there has been a reduction( in tiMinuted! co-t o-i the es 1 have not by g' the Locomotive, till the road has further advanced, and defer [tha
lat All nint ebeiitfiti one
liishould see
Itevl. 'I 1 ut !
the Companies accojtting its provisions, protects us against any unjust first survey of 30 4t)2f4) rubitf yards or 5 12 tl'JO.) Tho qua-titity ol were C' rI-i: ; th of the I lload! Those! who necessity for erecting the building* at Tallahassee which would b*
nsult from ttauruetaaa! :; :
that and do doubt earth work to theOcklockone" is 1 Ki)10), ) cubic yards, and from the to undertook work road. We hate
or oppressive) charges by Company, as we not for it. I It i i- a fact that the men who indispensable to us, it we to our own
the extension of our load at an eaily day to Pensacola, our Gulf terminus OcLlockon-e (to Quincy 40.) I7.ri'' ruliic vard IVom (inincy to derive the Ijenetit ought' to pay be tt.hancid in value by purchased one Locomotive and 23 freight cars. No more r6lling
\ mt
'.vl.ich to
and is less river the! estimate from the first made is f>3180 ,- chiullv own tli" prt.[ { citv. >
at St. Marks is.but temporary, it important that Ap.ilachrcoj.i; : survey Th i is r.ot stock will be required for the present. .
lioad have contii!.sited I 1 l.t t.> its, ena-ti! tietitamu.< :;
we should retain control of the management of the Koad.'This > ardj, but there i< no doubt that this quantity: will bo much reduced this emiei.ni ntribatio'isfiom We submit an estimate of the cost of tho road in Leon, Jefferson
Suii'lv tl-v do not dt--iie to liy c '
is i an important subject on which the Hoard of Directors de- as has been done by survry uf the route to ( uiucv. right. Md who fur and Madison counties.
luakc tluta
.ll abl- to : ;ue
tire the Stockholders to indicate: the policy thtv wiih! to lie adop The subsciiption) of Leon County aff-uds an anij'le fund to grade others who'han-.re themv'f.eWe not, M) w a.. Also the form of a contract proposed to Bo made by L. L. Robinon -
U-'l -
less inten
ted. the Road to the OcUockonee liiver. i York for that of the line ot
J-UIP it Co. ot New constructing part
have l.irye diblfailii.. ilu"! tf-m I 1-t of! Jar.nary to secured ,
has been rnadx* for the continuance of tiie Road
No subscrijition road! between the Apalachicola river and a junction with tbt
iie saeiiticid
l Iomu'li{ wl.--ii our
: IAM GRANTS. uf Conucy n.ay
by hypothecation
doubt that
beyond the Ocklockonee River, but wo think there is no Florida and Alr&ama road wter Pensacola.MOXTICELLO .
hav othvr obllsrationsSfcurtd
:. Among the a sels M nlao the item of 83G'2,000, value of 1 1 iSOO the counties and individuals on the line will make subscription* by if our notes are not paid: at m.itmrty.a we
K. 11. Co.It .
acres of land at 850 an acre. The Act Congress, 18oO, made the time we shall be prepired to progress with the Road westward. by pothecatton UI of our a stock in the : ItR.IN'If.

; a donation to the State( of I'lnikla of time alternate sections of public The laud granted: to the Company HI West FJt.-rida are of vrrygretsfvalue. I t: was necessary to contract the. e obligations to enab!*' n> to go on The citizens of Monticello are anxious that a branch road shonUFbe
the Hi/ard of Directors
lands for 6 miles on cither siile of the line of our road, to aid in itsvonstrnction. 1'nnn the IVnsacola Bay to the Choctawhatchce River they with the road. They must by paid piomj.tly, ariL built to their town. The distance is about 3$ mile?. This branch

'Ihe benefits) of this Act by the provisions of the Internal will afford an almost} in .xhauMible supply of lumbcT and ship timbe 1 feel confident, that you will piovide' the iiean: Anticipating will doubtless l be beneficial to the main line, and so soon as the ambarrassments -
of cn.-h
and the reali/ation on our
.; Improvement. Act of this tnt > a.flurt.s to tin Companv. The which may l lnj very protitabl conveye-l by our Road tort dipping tin payment): of your tnh-ciipiions.} ; dttiirncnlal to of the Company are removed, we recommend that authority -

State has also granted ns the alternate sections of itS land. By port at Milton or IVnsacola.! From Choctawhatehie} to :\palachieo- County I'ondsve have, by n otiation in nr way be given fo the Board of Drreiitors to aril, so far as thej
will !Le thimfedvfj
stockholders} true to -
:: the provisions of the grants we are entitled to the land for t20 miles li river, the lands are -uperior quality fur agricultural purpo.1"*, the) Mit'-re of the Co.tipnny, If the ioa-1 can, those WhO will subsciibe to and are mainly interested in tho"t}

of road, so soon as it is located and for 20() miles! mora when the and are also rich in naral stores and lumber A map and description and iindfu! of: their pledge.-, co;.<.uctvd toiUpnsent branch line.WP .

first 20 miles shall be conducted, and so on for every section ol'20 of the lands: will bo prepared at an early day. In the meantime state of forwarclni"!*. and the difii'niies! undrr r"rtt to say that the protracted indisposition of our valued
miles of road built. On the completion therefore, of 20 miles, which the Hoard do not hesitate to express a derided trpinl'on that the value Niitwirhvtandfn'4 th ir vvnr.t: of exjseiienee, her.'d! ChH-f Euugiuieer, Mr. L. W. DuHois, has in a reat degree depriredns

is now nearly done, we shall lie entitled to land for Forty, Miles.- of the laId! 0:1: the completion of the load, will exceed the cot of which they Ial: ,o'd! troll the ab-ence of t a eouiptUist! Linctor* feel To! of l.is; asMstance: in the preparation of this repoit. From the

The agent of the Company, appointed to select, xamino and appraise its construclio'i. There is no doubt that we .shall obtain from our the Knyinet I : r ieprtnui.t tor l a to loiig made ajeilod.,-l tl'! : ie work which hs time 'af> his appointment to the period ot hi* confinement by illness,

the lands: repoits that, while ho has not cornpl-Med his woik, land grai.ts 4b)0()() acrts per ui3l for the entire Ihic, \Ve-t of Tallaluabee. that the |'r.>;;re-., which hibttn jii : !U will favoraly he w.i3 actively engaged in the discharge of fold! labor. It is hor4l 1
ti-ir irin -
he thinks there is no doubt we shall receive 3 '0,000() on the line between The I di.stancc: ij i about 2Ul: > miles. Tot.d fam! tU'JUi' ) acre been aeci: !ij> i-heil, with the! u. -anin cen.ui.urt road and believed that he will in a short lime be restored to health, and
of the
railmad., We bilkve the cost
: Tallahassee and Alligator, 105 miles. This will give us.'UWO Our [m > ;n< rfronrcf ft-r biiildiu \t nr.0 PIMI.MOO' i Itrtaat with anv other the! of to the active discharge of the duties of his office.
much urul--r
I It will be :
acres of land per mile, or 1 Ki.SOO acres for -10 miles, which at 82 50 *.;, .1.000,1 ti.i<, jln Mia will be u.u-uiaHv: Miiali.: average Respectfully submitted,

an acre will realize 202,000. per !mill- >::!.i H.1 0,11110.' l) anil ijoo.oi'ti I icr Lrj'lgtr Ajalachio"l.i Southern road-. ;ti.t; kta than: one half the' cot of Northern and! E. C. CABELL, President.
C'h ivktuvliittliie rivers---Leon, sub'iii.'iic> >,
Two dollars and fifty cents is the price of the Government reserved MH < Krck'to bofO \Veerui r \is.J'lariVuui.
?.i I.t' z. lands. But this is far too low an estimate to put on the value of \<\, MlV J'i'HI.tJUO. '>,6l"'l1, H>h'> ----- -- ,
this grant The average value of the lands will exceed S5 an acre Coi-t, I ls.-O'J [ tr mile. 3oTKA ,i l IaV eatinj |if"i :>-- of -li-i, .-xI.rr.l.r' a Jstvrwina Gen. B. for instituting the delightful

i on the completion of the Koad. But those nearest to Tallahassee journal.T I lion j.r' viou-ly n-vv-r to have Fli-ritlx! or CoL! N. for the very successful irhnnrr Jn wtUh

are not so valuable, and hence the low estimate of 2 50 per acre.- $1, ool* E) \\-e liuve: tow ti>relat* the most melancholy event it iras acecmj lished.
: The great body of our lands is i of great intrinsic value! and' are ( K.LA V I ;. of the ciarnptza-thte: death of the gallant, heroic, Vt'e hsve been requested to nr ounce that DrGRAT .

:: ftmong the best unappropriated lands in the State.: Nothing! but The work of track-In; ing has .- more !ovviy i than asanticipated. A L L A H A P S T. K : liut we for: too hiififtiioiu lUrkhil], in ecrnituiJil of] PHILLIPS, of Tennessee, will deliver in th.

their remoteness from market has prevented their settlement aunt ( Thoif au- always dith'cnluoi can-ing much delay: ;:t the ---. the! f.ei'n L'o.intv Volunti'trj. I* i is statcil in theJ't7fl.PlO.
next at early
Court Ilotjse Monday evening ,
cultivation. This ftorn the i of the hand-. The DFCl't1RZ it 19, 1 57.'r. th. of l lI'ahn en
difficulty will not exist on the completion of our beginning, ari'i'ig ohielly inetpeiience tij.it -\ l.ilo z.Ouli"g in : vicinity the life, character and
candle eulogy
Koad. \Ve feel confident an amount will be realized from their sale iiccefMt) for getting cross ties for the iist seven miles of our Road, Harnn"k.. tap: I'.vrkhill with niiu-toen Rie.'icr.'Rion light A upon Thi

sufficient to pay the entire cost of the Koad fully equipped, thus returning in the pine woods south of Tall.ihaet', rendered it impracticable to LI .t II.M..II: J1.t h nn IrnV'Ji'i *c>Ti v.l.kK had recently been public services of Gtn. George TTashington.
k bLk ,p4 Doctor has, hem favorably noticed as n Lecturer in
.f tb&
c41'1-o:1-: :
to the stockholders the amount of thtir subscriptions, and dNtiihute them in advance! : of the( trarS.-hyer.! I It was nece) .<..ry to i -rtC'! T5* t'u'I w.i* purue.l for scn.e JUtance,
.. ',. ,. \arv.et! tlu'.l. Cut- < be able tr
---:'o ,., : b y .V) t ? I' iui other portions of the State, and hopes to
leaving a fund with which to retire the entire bonded debt of the convev the tics with the it on, over the Road as it was completed, i'n4ut.1 't to ,' \\ }lit:u hfj iTiTK t a ponJ i-r otrotun, one of his nun the designated. IIT7ill .

Company, and the Stockholders will own one of the most valuable' thui cau-ing considerable delav. The I ties arc laid but liro feet Irom rrEII; A. COLT" Cottv* Kcttri.Thi _._ ut..ve.l otiethir.ir rul, wliic'.i VMH supjioseil to belIft ;give deliver'the sati-ttclion on lecture evening in Jlonticello on Wednelay -

Roads in the Union, costing them simply the interest on the amount centre to centre. 1'rom the end of section 7, thf} tien are distributed) Ini'tan A ttif eon.iaand npprouitueaI the iile same

of their subscriptions during its construction. along the side of! the Road, and I track laying wil! progress nsoie rap |1itii.i! ea1io'< of ii! <- n.\irn\5! llf\mrt\ nrA a !liteIiiilian of the vf nter, they rje 5\ .'.I a lire from the opi> > ito evening next, and hi Madison ea Friday

But the lands are not now available: for meeting our present liabilities idly. Fourteen mils have been laid, and by the lt I of January the N.'W' h*T<" *<;ain excluded rtiil'>*3 on our bank. One j>riv.it; iva wonnJc'l an l CA-t.{ 1'ark- evening thereafter.

and ought to be reserved from sale till tho completion of the Road will be open for business to Baie\V! Mill.*, l J milt's from the t.iMe, which 'hnulJ liiTe,: apptsr-'il[ in Ia.> vroik'i .-> I.iM kiU .I. The men returned the tire, when the .

Koad. Depot of the Tallahassee R. R. On( ) reaching that point the Road i-
will doubtless! IK gin to do a profitable biifine, < 1 In the meantime uuLviL.t: } !. j'' '-.tp" ; '' ti- our) n, xtIlitHroatl I &th.! first message was
fcKCTIO 1, 2 AND 3. the i.tn n.n Congres on Sth inst. It has been looked for with
established! 12 inile-s from Tallahassee! at nearest -
a depot has been --- IVi'iii IJc-ut. Shihef, of Capt. rarithiTs; company
.- At your last annual meeting you were advised of hue necessity practicable! point we.-t of Lake Iutav.tte, which will at ford' facilities ICepurl."e nho arrife-1 hero on the! last steamer from Tumps unusual interest and anxit utnd will receive *

p.t imposed on the Company to undertake the construction of the first to many of our citi/ciiH to gt their cro.s t-i niam het. % li.no in-vrJt-1 in tlii* iiie the itiir-ti-il ll j..irt h.io 'Jio painfal urance tvat the lamented clo e and general perusal. It ii" Very long which

1. three sections of your road, in consequence of the inability of ihe Several members of the Board of Directors parsed over 12 mile.. i-ftlio 1'rai.Itiat and l>ir
I Contractors to execute the work. So much time had been lost, that of the load in coming; to this ,meeting, and could not but rcimuk on ari.t; Ilulni.i1.V et-iiiincitii H tO tii diliuoii! minutes nfu-r the fatal woiinil was inflicted, and necessary to'be considered than from'any disposition -

it became necessary to have the work done in the most expeditious the unusual smoothness of the road: attiibutable to the excellent nttcntion "I. tlif j jail) lie a* a m-er.mf-nt cf Mirjn'inisittrt'st buried distinct, from the little ground, on the part of President to be prolix.-**
manner, in order to prevent the delay of tracklaving, thus entailing manner in which the track-layer, :'Ii. Jos. N. U'hitner, bir: < executed f.>r the rmny vjlu.iJ.le .* tati-tie au-1 alleievv in vas old Indian hctic which was burned doB In style i it: U strikingly unambitious; in statement

considerably increased expenditure beyond what would have been his work. \ $ tl.erein |>re 'nteil. Treating of grave tn.it- an Jiim v-ncciil hi remains from the Searching clear and candid in the expression opinion, it exhibit
if time could have been allowed. Tho cest of construction over to that frank and tranquil digriiy which has
required more tM'that of viili.ir inifx'rt.inet' to 4?v< ry Holiliiii *
(:oyItrLoN or TIlE I-OMPAXV: ox 'onTiri j 2."j MOn are j j- of the tTC., The intt'lijcnce of the /i >atl of
was largely increased by unusually long continued ruiu', v\ a> bi'jie it will le read Terr ir'-nf' r.illy in eye ha nt nothing to conceal, nothing to obtrude, nnd is perfectly

: aud.by the prevalence of measles among the hands at the most un- the completion of the load to the end of section 2.1, which, i.iir Matr, Jiinl 1 it t# ninny) ralntil! I j le kti .'|.' >-t >ii%> tl.orou.iily this chivalrou-J: and I eloved oung" .nan s familiar 'ith responsibility Xo preceding
and rret through
propitious season of the year. The price of provisions too wan -tl- with the exception of laving the track fur "i mile, will be done bv ca tt.t'l and !ta ij pf.i -.iat a !1. thrilling pn"utioi'3 ot sorrow J1i re life has been document of the kind ever presented moro marked

: most unprecedentedly high. These and other causes greatly increased the 1st of January, ; .- 4 --.- --- every In-art: in thi* community. evidences of an impurtubable spirit; oaj neither

, the road. The of the block debt will be. .$.*V.S'.il' <(>a7 INDIAN M'WM.Tlnni ac iricl d in the etrviee of hisState, and his memory .
. : the cost of cons'ructing these sections of The ititnl liabilities, pxduivc ? > I.1IIMHITA.>T--3LATI-ST: urged by excitement nor aw<;4 by apprehension.We -

!, whole number of cubic yards of excavation and embankment actually The iron and cipiiprieiit% aocoiiiit. .. ... 101,857 11T. htliokindro' of Col. Novei, of>t. Mirk. will be ehtriMivd by tlu>i-e xvhoappreciated him regret, owing to its great length that wa shall

: done is 265,400, which at the original contract price 14 cts. per *::19SIftIa t'a' \\c.uin ji.,s-o -i in>f lite lVnii.. ;ilar tat tlie I'Jthiust. for (the I'euijjii'.ty of lila lu.irt nnd the purity of his be unable to lay the Mi*& e eilifa' before our jejder -

L yard would cost 837,105.24. The actual cost is i jibout 343,500, 1 be j.aid in County B. )n-l .f 2;>.:"lti; oo i ., vhk-h, coiit.iiiis ill.- [i.utieiilari>f t\ <> lMtlnriciiitlv charaeur. and to supply so great an omission we shall endeavor
. most of which has been paid in cash. .. .. .. 'a-h., lOS.ihi; y3- ti fought l.itvkfiii the Voliniti'trs and Indiiin I \\\ h. ve bicn permitted irrad a pr'.rate to give A synopsis outs contents.

: The character of the excavation in the deep cut on section 3 was Total: County SuIascri'tioai I.IK-XJH inK-l uii.luucallol ,<. AV- r.grit. t f>.1. tlit* v\nt cat' ..j'. i-i r ir.aLility i from a gonlKman of Tampa, who says-" it will The Preaident after the Usual opening and ascription
for. .? 'r.Sri.'''J U''> b Kurnod that Ca.t. LVe\'s report of l&OAvarrior
: much more difficult than anticipated ; joint clay, much water, and tub iulc-1 amiunealUJ to give in this Uuc nil the p-ntifulurs of the toon < ; of thanks to Almighty God, at once proceds to
Total vaLe i-rjj'tiuii IIIH-\M i L3 all nnd if 1t43 than li'OO
: encounteied and would have entitled the Jan csnunon, capable
some quick sand were 93) ,W2 30 tw.a CflatiIflt'. consider the financial embarrassments of th. eons-

contractor to claim of the Company extra compensation. Owing: a1uIt.n, tLa:., to be s,1.I.. 2,5o'') yn- $.Vi.V.i2: 3Lwivinjon <> 'IIIe'i) ( aa; IaLe( ca'iuaaii': h il t ly la) of Uariiiir arms are found vhen they are got- try, iU causes, and the measures which he thinks
the of the soil and excessive rains shortly before the completion ttn. ij'tbch al fhinititr. Any< <. %ill much surprisen.v.
to di- y\tred Indian He that
of the work section 3 several land slides occurred involving hanJ. .. . . .. . . . ?ir;j,563IS Caautiii'; C'on '. Mevv.irt l Mt-vi-ns < ." It i I' the opinion if the roluntctr otlicen now Congress may legitimately adopt. says
on -"igns) en I the evtninc: of I th>' I''th' ult., l.Tkt! folowcd !- owing to the monetary derangements of the cor*-
much delay and increased But this was of no permanent An amount believed to be sufficient for (lie grading, grubbing and in the I Ii U: t'ypn tliat il i lias never Len explored. the
expense. before
fall wlun (ia.-v be
t the a.nn.' t.util ni.rlit enenuijod try a government loan may required
have occurred at tiesllo woik and dr.iin.s, and fumUhing cross-ties on [the --- -
detriment the slides certainly dealing,
as at nn old ti.-M, dieoovt-red l lay ('.11.1. Tone, in the close of the present session. The financial history
some future time, and the earth was required and used to perfect entire road to Alligator, provided! the whole piiv.ito' suli uription is An Agreeable Kxcumlon.
big (. A) toon "a the the high banks on either side of the deep cut. The chief increased paid, and! thu County subscriptions are mudu good to the Company 'vprcs On Thursday last,quite a concourse of ladies and years
ami nttido the difif'v of a followed ruinous contraction
trailers were sent atuit ry sion In business by
: cost, and embarrassment to the Company from the failure of the as cash, \vithout encroaching on the other resources of th<- C<)mpiny. gentleman fioiu JelTerson County and this Citywere
rieennd other uiticUs. I- much to
crib containing lur e quantities:; of The Federal Government cannot do provide
contractors, arise from the fact that the work had to bo paid for in Availing ourselves of the provisions of tho Act of January 55, present on board: of the new ves.clcfrlledthe Gen. h
? On the in in.5ii of tie! 2iith tlii-L>n.>uitid eontimicd against the recurrence of existing evils-
cash instead of Stock and County Bonds. we have issued.! 15 first moitga Itond.,, or $1 15,000, and secured Uailev," at St. Murk ; which we remarked upon of
of the Internal Fund its march f>illiv jug the -z.ii until they di.-c ov- must rely mainly on the patriotism and wisdom
the guarantee of the Trustees Improvement las-tweekas being so pleasing to the eye. They
JEFFERSON COUNTY CONTRACT. trOd Indian tou-the Indians! vvireconk'ngatthe the States which should afford a real specie basis
contemplated by the Act, for tho purchase of iron and equipments nu w ere there ot the solicitation of the highly esteemed ,

The gliding*l- in Jefferson county has been unexpectedly delayed. for the first 13 miles. The Bonds were issued at the rate of 0,000 time. Tho eoiiiMiind in.mhed up j to vithit) : nl out oiynrd gentUnnm for whom the v esselvn$ named, to dedi- for our circulation. He recommends the passage

.At the commencement of the year large force was at woik, tln.ugh a mile, or 889,000 for iron, drains and spikes, and 82,000 a mile, % dropped j 1'a.k*. and eliarjred: into the! village. tate in lit and appropriate[ form the noble craft to of a bankrupt law applicable to all the banking

not sufficient to complete it daring the year. But the Company, or 820,000! for equipments. So soon as the grading i ia completed and captured one old Indian, live Sjiav\s ind thirteen the uses of ccmmercv, and by ,piritous invocations institutions of the country.As .

.: from its inability to hire bands by the month or day, was obliged to to the end of section 25, lay 1st of January, we shall issue 63 pnpoosea. One warrior nnd u loy lout IS to incline old Neptune to throw the jpg.s of protec Great Britain and the Uniteil States under

hire for the entire year a force necessary to complete sections 1, 2, Bonds of 81000 for iron dec., for 12 miles, and when the iron has years of age were killed. Of the captive, dipt.Cuue lion over her, whose home is on the briny deep, stool the Clayton and Balwef Treaty In a sense directly

and H The Engineer of the Company estimated that these sections been laid, say let of March, 21 feuds for equipments, making a total took four Capt. Stevens four, aud Capt. Stew whose march 5* upon the mountain wave." And opposite, he says the wisest course Is to abrogate

would be completed, by the 15th of March or 1st of Apr.l.- issue of 8222,000 of Internal Improveioent Bowls sufficient to art one. Tha command then started on its return right cleverly wa* it done-we never taw a similar it by mutual consent and commence over.
in Jefleison for 25 miles.KESOimCES with the captives. On the 22d ult., it was tired our
Au arrangement was made with the contractor by pay for iron and equipments oeca ion paw off more handsomely. The collection With all other Governments except Spain
of the hands was to bo turned upon lay 20 or 23 warriors, but MJstaiued 110 injury could desire.It .
which the greater part Company's relations as peaceful as we
FOR AND E-iTI5I.VTKD COST OT COMPLETING KOAD TO of fruits and confectionary on the deck of the boat are
over to lum as soon a& the work on the first three sections was completed ALLIGATOR. from the t>Uota and it was found implile t" llovv was so bountiful as to pall upon the most epicurraaajipttitc is the Prerideni' purpose to send out a D**

which it was supposed would not be later than lit of April. them, as the command wa: worn out. They were with special instructions on the
which was but partially removed by the Minister Spain
;;. But these sections were nut finished till August, and to ennblo us to The present resources for continuing and completing tho equipping five days from kuce to hip ii> mud anal %uter. On delicious and stimulating wines, in time to enjoy questions pending between the two Government

: complete the grading in time for the track-laying it was necessary flue road to Alligator aro the 26th ult., the horses vt Cnr.t. Steven's and Stew the rich and bountiful dinner prepared under the and with the determination to hava them speedily

'. to employ the force of the contractor in Jrfff rson 2J months on let. Balance ns a*>ove After completing road to section 26, $163,588 432J. art's Corupnuiea were grazing in Dilly's garden, the and if possible.
for grading,. .. 28, 00 ifliucut dirtction of that acknowledged friend of amicably adjusted
Stock contractor*
The labor could not be obtained, and it was thought to paid to Indians came upon them nud killed thirty i-IL-- ben instructed
3. has
i section 3d., 1002 olmres) of tocV in Tallaliasacc) R. R. Co., .. .. 100,200 00 mankind, Col. A. II. "oyes. A connoisseur in all While our Minister to China ,
: better to cull offtbd force from Jefferson, rather than delay laying 4th. 880,000 acres of land flt $2.50 uu acre,. .. .. . 950,0) 00CtlLlluternal They lay in piles with their head* cut otF and their the arts and ceremonies that impart contentment to cccnpy neutral position ia regard to eiLitWg

.. 'down tho iron. And when the work was finished for which the Improvement bonds, (Iron account,). .. C03.7OO 00 bodies horribly mutilated. The number of Indians and eclat to such occasions, he, on thi?, excelled hostilities at Canto he will cordially etH>perstf

-. hands were hired, it was found necessary to transfer the larger por. 6th. (Equipment| account,).. 176,0i(0 00 engaged in this work was estimated to have been ef with the British and French MinW In all peC*
Indeed it vclvble lively
ton ort1'em to the track-lnyer, and to retain .nwnj other in the 7tl Ur uwiumt Bridge,.. 6U.OOO 00 about 100. The Indian warrior captured by Capt himtclf.discussion ns to ,whom was the n uot credit ioure ws die fill rac jirrwt setel.T treaty stJpalatloftsE.lr tItc

Company's service to got out crou-tios'keep the track in order, and $2.072,488 48 CIM-.O'* commnnd, committed suicide ntTantn Run,

to perform otlior w nt, :uiil l otliris were returned lo'tlu-ir otvuier.r .

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stanc1OU8 to commerce tiLlcli tlu nations of NOTICE-For Land and Negroes for Sale. SWAN & CO'S. Lotteries ftdEw I HAIiB-TIMES .7i >
;b. br1& bire ri"ht to crPr ct nil
cannot r* permitted to uitliliold. THE Subscriber offers for sale his ?_._ TILL be sold on the 16th day of next January, HEW Henfcttfi :*
mile North of tin Court- \ AND BRILLIANT SCHEME! FOR TUB affect the Banto trd Catwn iw
? of hia Honor Baker
T under deeree J.
Our difficulties with Nvwfiranada are iiis hoped, lemsc Leou LEATHE&&ADE **&!* &*** eJ-. _
county, Florida !!) the ;
containing 80W i in chancery! that fine, Plantation belniRi'irjto
in H fair train of ctttlrmciit in n manner just and acres more or lc5, with: all the iu-provemeht-....- the Estate of t Richard Harrison' dercavd lying Capital Pi'iz o FALL AKDTRA.DE.WINTER Let those who doobt Ul st '

brncrftbl* to both parties. o n. Tljis propei.ty i* un'jicumbe ed. nud for H reSdeuOT Si \Iflihiiii co-nity. Florida, on tic Au> illa River

The United Mate are nre deeply int< re led near the city U very desirable. To a pood | The Plant-it! n "contiina about I lotiU An-# of $6o,00 0 ; D. E. HULL'SVhefe

nation in iho i.f the puicba ei the term* will be made easy. Peisons j Land f f the best quality. with excellent qu irtr f.'r j tIII1Goods
tliim any other preservation wishing to purvhwe: will pea e call nnd examine J, about IfiO 1 Neijroe" Stable; tlcl n S'eain Engine for i irpIIE | \ They Can fa SSIJraEp u :-

freedom aud' security of all tin* communication the premiss for theiiifelves. The. laud i is haunmick, j pjiiinit't; und ,iuilliii Thep.ce! h he.il'hy' and < q'ulin fdlonin Sehdiie-vii;i; be ti-awn) by R. Svvtin I IIjotteiy t of erery description and arietT, T inlt UMEOCKAWAY8

ai-re the I'thnnof Cu.lral Annrica, including I and as good. a any near the citj. 0 fertility to any land in Midill-j I'loiula, and lies : C,'.. uuf .liu I','rt ;ahtiu-s A.caul cmv ;'Iit T lIE unler'isrnt'd! i ii'iw receiving his Stock of I times and the pocket* of fyre>Mitt

parr.nin. He rceomnH-ndo the jwiigrt>f jinact nutlioriziup Dec JOHN M. HILL. t' within a few ti.il. s of the Railnxid I now being built in eaeh of ti teir L"tteiiis |. r N'>veii.r! FALL AXJtwl 1'LVTL'fl ;ocD5; ) ;' __ _
10, 1N&7. 51-st i ftoni TahlulttBc-: the Fernaniliun.njid Ced.ir; Key ifh: w.int ti'-ithi-r in Quantity. Quality or ?Lyls. CAERIAGES
157, Au
) the Pr -id. nt inae vf n eos-JtV to em- at ii-ta. fienriria.? t:> which etv: tiny taiVcn. :
Raihoad, and has other advantagesnlj !%n.t wiJi.} moved tb"ir Pi otIke. for the 2 ,
land and naval forces of the t itmeipma Embracing Ladies
ploy] the country tocarry 0 : :| Adapted to the present styles .of.2.mi.
: : into effect thi> puar.iiitc" of neutrality ; amil 0 I Silk Robes a jiiille, Side: Stipe Delnin Robes, ]I tles ,lres-e--twu' can l.MI aecomnmod 3-
*) (\ HALF BIli S. Lochrine Heriinjjs, just landed j ((420)) four hundred and twenty acres of Land mMadiX'in v.5, i Fl.-uiieed! (llmllle ted on a fc'.at
s-imiiar for the
.::1'4'l recommend* logi-liition security \f and for pale pilee. $10 I half ban el county, on the Aucilla River. Svinlh t the To be D awn in the City of Fi uguta. Ga; in public, Uroe.mir I5.i.iiJureStripVs. Plush Baret ,

of snr other route aciv the l-thmu.-s in '.vhieh) wonuy McNAUUllT. OUMONDi CO. h ba-e line known a* the Gee Lund. Thi Land is all 0.14 .S,1n14d471, ,, IoPfttitI ZtL, 1S57. 0 Cunille Robe ; I-

acquire an inteu-st by tu-nty. D.c 19, 1857. f>: i in the trood-s iuJ ofn vers>up<.iior quality. | China Striped Olaee. Printed Merino Robes, I and undulating in motion s.sb1utttIf -

The president rcrd'Wi's the Ia\\k-f5 oxpcdti' -ALSOA CLASS GO;, 0 | S.itir. Plaiil Pwi'.t! He Loire. lelan! I So to gentle do away with the necmity of Cradle*

fttCI oul arrain-t. independent ll publics on this Salt Salt large quantity Corn, ILnI 1 Fod'i!<"-. tnck of Cut T be Drawn in the Citj of Augusta, 0i.: in public, AH Wool Dclains.MANTLES. '

t tie Wagons, I'lows; Plantation Tiuli, P lack'niithTcoh I All Sorts of Buggies ;. 0
continent. and commends tlie whole Millet; to the SACKS I ('77 ,), tItidZtj'eiIj'y I 12 Uh< 1&57. r
1 Liverpool Salt to arrive '
per Jc. and without 1'u-. .
K-iiofls ?attention of Congress, 1 1. liev iuc our duty __1 Schr. H.-nry Nutt.1kNAUOhlT.. Of EVEUT UVTERIAL AND TYLL.Embroidcr1cs Euifiriiwilh Tops Buggies 0
-ALPO- ami SULKIES amounting toj.tuzubugies. ,p
well national character ; OR51OX s ACO CLASS 07,
and interest a* a* our reOuir -

that wo adopt Filch moa>-ire as will be cffettual ;! Pec.) ]?, 1S57. M Tern" if? Sale About-For ten the Likely Land: Negri.4 eas". thin balance To be iJ.-j.rn in the City if. Auiju-ti, G.u in public j i 0> EVrUT KIND.I SADDtES/

in restraining 4ur citizens from committing i in equal payment, 1. 2. and 3 var. with in'eie; at On "czurilzij, Ie. t ati.o 1.t/! I ; Ynlrnccne, ltilt..io jui'l Honiton[ Luces. 1.ate for the ponderous Roj

: ,uch oY.traireJ. i GUNSMITil SHOP. S per cent, anil good u euiritv. For the Nc'gron \ BONNLT.-. F.KLTrf AND HI MM INC. lllllBONr1 ;. j! 0 pontiff enough, or small enough for a gent1yiiso -
j I ca-h ; for I the :M'lles t rid (4 th< r pei n d ptoperty, all j C'L \SSfS,
The I'rHdeul fay that the Kauris Constitutional T iHideiMirni'd would;: aNo call the :attention of th j horn illiput. -
sumo! ntulei, _'i i-n.ti. :ill I sums over 26 J eu-h, tLe I To lao drawn in the
not bound l hv the KanatNi braIs r 1 City tf Au-rmla, (Ia., in pubiie, Public ireliiM.ilIv! to hi- !arnv oral complete Stock uf '
Convention was "I Hl"i: und( r-iglol! ( l b c U-avc to infotni thcchizcnn othei pavablu in 1 j ear with interest. (
1 1 I j (hi Saturday, rcrmltr 2Ii/i>; ,' 18..7, (;lent- nnd VontliH' Fall and Winter Clothing, [ BEIDItES/ -
act tn Mihinil any other portion of th< ("on-titu 0 of this place an I suhouu.l'ii.j! Couutiy! that he I. M. I HARRISON I Aduit *. jDe i iav

the election of tin- people that \vhuhiclate l Ins: opened a iiundnT one 12, 1M7. f'-td* Tin PLAX OFXIXULE y ujjirnslt (;Sent? a-u! You'hs 1 !-'it ll I and Winter Of various cizes, s'ron enough to fv\d aft ?fl3IOT'.
tion to except 4.
1! G I'XSMITH 1:?'- SotitiiK-1. !a'I"uII! Jl---enjer, Th"ma villeWaichmpii. *: I1AN.l'S. ted A'abinn. or suffiaiently graceful toornanwnt
? to the JitIietiC institution of slavery. The SHOP Ii Hi KYIS AND SHOES.PLANTATION .
\ .
CLail"ion! Mt-ieiirv and Vjlnintinhu.urial. ; )() i'uizi :s the Secretary's room.
election will he Ifld under the legitimate uthoriy nnd that he i ir now picpan-d to do all Kind of \, oik !: will ) fnibh-h till 1 daof sale HIK! for i iwatd XKAKI.Y GOODS, I Iliriiss.. Martinrales! India Rubber aod

and if any portion of tlie inhabitant refine to voteR j l shi'turing lo ljI$ line ol lU4Iit-S in the hiest and nil ; bill to 'l.ifiice.. OSK: ni/i: ; TO ivirv: : xixi; : TIIKKIIT: ? : :[ KrrQeS Iif k.nJ and I Leather Belting, Calf Lining and Sheep Sklo.*. _
S every ; lLtgi'g Rope,
j wool killalilike iuanner. All work donu nt his !
far opportunity to do so haling been pi vci>ted, : \vzrIaiaei1. thopi I CiXIFitKXT i S(11E.tIL1 0 S il-ula Stiip.! s" ni.u.krls.Miilboioti : Trunks that can convey the pars- _

this will I'C tluir own > oluntary ar' and they lne ;i Z.Sj": Call and ffirc JiiiH; atria' t 3 To Hire |i TO DC DRAWN EACH -.VTVUIUV IS M>V f.MUKn: 1| St.ipes and Rivets and! black Shoes, |I1 pharnalia of the most extravagant of

will Vs rcspoiiMb'e for the 1 AFOFS'IUS: KROWN. I r I 'IIE Fiibsenbei wi"li.-* Iii lire o'lt foi the cninif' j t 1 Pri/e of.t.t. ( into ::; Pi jZL.s if <(.it>o \ l'h.iti.. Lin4i-y still Ki-ri Jc:1n4.: either sex. VALICESancJ Carpet 4

ne-qneiice 1 Simp jit Mr. W rn. KuhnV Caniaije: Simp, next to i- year, piivntely. nn intelligent Nu-ro Man, cal l| 1 LTiOOO( 5 /.I'suO iTeivv Ct.tlon naburciis, Vir :inn nil Wool Linseys, Ita?* of all sizes. and the most 'ap

The !'re5 i t u y that the rebellion in! Utah! P H KiokawV: livery Nnhlu". J l p.-ible ol f taking chaise,: of a Steam F.ngine, Rnd i totit 1 10.000 j 5 . 7ll0 j J J >--I blown aol bleach- Wool Hats, proval styles. .
ii.be liicwhich ha ever exi-tcd incur ih tlitt l Ii t-d il.'iiie-ti.v, Steel. Iron and :Xnil. Hemp nnd India Rubber Steam Packinir, Upper
which] i Tallahassee. Dee. 19!, 1 57. 51-Gm :', tI a 1 7.' ttf> j 5 GOO i i
Territoriesand )humanity requires that it *h< uld be .lls:1: :: : AVEIIITT.Dec. 1 C;,"'00 )\ 10 -. -. 500} i l.ruwn and bleucl.i-J Shee- Complete assortment of j jti Leather and Laciujj for carriages, (not for Ladlea.)

12! S57.Administrator's. r.n-'Jt 1 .rO( | 50 ;;? 1ardware.CARPETING[ ALSO -
dot's in rt eia nu.umr a- that it s-hall lie the too i 1 I
put More Prices than Blanks : '
1 1.500) > 100 "
iso and other kind ol
lat! In nrdc'i--> lo thi- itvtl', he i\s. be nere- .. Road Wgotis, Cotton'TiVaggons, *
0 0 Sale 5 1.000 2'JO( "
. lot
Far to raise f'u'.r additional regiments, of troop*. EIEJYTJLEJjYrKE7'.l PRIZE: j jKeiiro f Iirus.SF-s! Tlnee Ply" :m-l Ingrain Carpets, I WAGGONS.
( 0) Y virtue of an$ onier from th<* Cin-uit C uit of ._-l pJ1FOiattiuU I'rizes. i Parlor Ru2' :iinl I cW Matts.

II* reeonuK-nd-) ettal'li-huunt of a torritdial li nuiiitv. '.ve will *cll 11t t pilblle aui'ti 'U 4 PISM: (,f4lIi1 appiu'jy. to ifiO.OOo prize urei.r.fio 1 AH of the above niMitioiie.i am ticks, will! refold SEWIXG MACHINES

fiovcmm-j.l) for Aiez. i.u and commend.- the wur h b-toie, the '"''iiil -lt'us& d.u'r in Mitianni l : on the Ht I I.l.umaiv 4 .. ;r.i'o' .' -j; %) o i "ii) upon a1"! oo
fri'-ndly rouaidorati-'iiof "onjro: -the fi.ljeet; : of ; l .'is, the lin.k belon:. iu to the } -tate of j jliviu -i 200 io.cot' ? > tj n Ii i it i tIle Citv. SON, of New Y--rk. .

the Pacific Railroad: without fn.ally eommiUiiig i Capital Prize 850,000 0 M. I HiJ'iIi-l! (h ft-afcil 'Jlie tlaet n.i-i-: >t "f t 4 125 7,000 6011 ;, I). C. WI La'OX. Call anil examine them..1 0

about t''i' 'I tr'ru. an i.4 irale t < Cry I l.t i.j Ii ;aCori ami I Cottun 4 100 '' r,Qf) -sou 1 0-t. 17.'sr 7. 42} i b::

him elf to any jiaiticulae route. | ANDERSON & SON'S Tein.One( h ilf t-.i-li. [lie lul.iiiC'- a rrtdit i iof 1 75; 8.500) 4' S.,0 -.-.-_ i lalhihatsee November 21,185T. 41 ::0'r '-

Ite Jir\t: call fpeei.il attention to the reeommendstioiurf !I L c W Nib :E B Et ; 0 1-J: iioiitlio.! vriih int.I. .- 1 t li"in 'l.tte. the pi.rtiuer! : 4 60 V 1,560 20"j I to Teachers

the Secretary f the Navy in favor i,f the giving< i >wu.il! S'i-uiitv fii the p'.r'-h isiinoti y. j 5.000 {..rues of 2i, ai< . . . . lOO.ot'ii Important \ HealthBitters.
orc T1! )LtV.iNA 'L.% ()I 1cLI: Nt1flI '
Jl i it
Jruelioi .>f ten MV.all cteaiTi! of ]li iht drauirl : :\ \\ lIl'XN.ii. Aiimt'x.1 \ \ \\i\\ I) t-.. tl.- en-Mnjj > eai ii MALK iaf rl O from Dyspepsia Debility
0M. H! M.I.. Adnt'r. | 5.4'JO) Piizs, auiountinc, I. tir th'si.'fermj; en.-
: tr. .JSji 7 FI.MAl.II'l: 1 l I.'fill.II.: ( : t-chiiii-.f: the ,;
The ln>idekt :io nTor.to ir.any iJ.fr sul jrftsf JASPER COBNIYACADEKY LOTTERYLY 1 IrU'.e i he ilih or deranged state of the Stomach,
Der. 12! l 1S:7: : ul.4Pen. I
nst ioi.nl jim kFtflCC, I 1-ut the forgoing tniLrnivs i WHOLE TICKET ?!l0 ; HAT-VEV ?5 ; QL-rrKi-, ; } r.UoGloULU( I ; ACADEMY.H'r. ( .tc., Ic. these Hitters are recommended bj the

the l aJng: feature- the iiicsa. Al'TiHiKlTY OF Till- yj'ATK: : of ffJ.O. 0 & Geo E. It, ok i'le l-itt'i; [ti.e C-.utj..'v S.'tef: Heniaado Co. t! t.i'-ultv, HA a certain cure.BUTLER For sale by iDENHAM,

j i-i. \ \; M- Tin: f.rYrrruv. I Fin ) Tl f i! irv fi>,- the Mile Dejnit'netit i i- ti igIt ,
('L..1.S Filraw ; st Jani.trv. iss
| Ti.e Numbei* fn-m 1 tr. SO.t'On, l.'i'i'rt' 1 t'oil' ;t ti -. un i foi the Fitnalv I Depxirtmnr live :' H. 1857. 4
Mn. ns. ETTr.-W1h1 you aunounec the llow- | ( J.A'.* 6'6', Draw- ] ;,th January: 1S5>, e.ir.jn-r-idini'i r1 S V S
l.uii In-d di.ll.irHatif.ietorv ttst i ref
with tho-c Numl-eis" on the Tnfc( ts piintt.il iTt'tI) zn j
on M
inz jI"ket for election or. the 1-1 Monday in-Tr.n- } In public at M.-u-dii.! G.i.. under the vv 41111 fiipirof <> sltp, of pip1 j r, ;a!r' encircled with fiimll I tin tuU-s p.iiat 1 et.te's will 1 i.e r'fjiuied: of aj' iIieatit. The exerci-i FLORIDA RAH EOAD:
TiTyte3. MAN voicns. i,itwndtqiee: E. C. liulklev and Jo-t-jih Wattutiau, BY a-i onhrf th" > it \ IMIctors' f tie IVti- s.nil I plaou.tl in onwlnel.. >t'' of eteh I D'-paitmeiit i : i will be coinlncteil m i I I in I the same < ).M nail after this date, the train on this Road,
B\ivil.i: at.'l G-; "i .'i.i ll.iili": :i.l ( .i',piny.n it.srt.iniit ->- I j.It
1 'Ihefn-t !'' -i-iiilarlv Hull; :i ii.r; and LI some extent jointly. In the Male the
]\>r J/iry<..r.UAYlIi ol twen'v five ,, calicl for frem8ul : >- pi.z.-: printed an! eficireled. j will run regularly according to following
.i turn i-
\ e I. ar'- plaec I i in :ii"th'-r vvli.'el. 1 I) [ irtnielit, it vali IK-IeiUite.|: | nat the Teachtr! be j ScLeiii.'e.: ;, viz
P.n. ]hUE.; Tickets $10 Halve 5 Quarter 2 50. 0 >>'-iiljci-, pavablo on I tin fr <: <'!.iv of .'..nitinryMxt. Miuletitn fir
; ; ". 1 hwht-i-l- an- then tijvoivnl. and a nntub-'r: is e.u.: -t ett.-iit to pr p::re jtiHii--ion into L.-ave Fernaiidini every day. Sundays exce$ted. .,atIi
I' H ri.ACjd Secrethrv.
J ), ('UftfltjlI1t(,I, I t drawn f-oin: the v. life1 "I Numbers ami; : at! the arue t'l.ile'. ; .ili<{ the Female Def I i ;iirtnitnt tl.at the I IT : Meridian arrive at Trail Ridge, fbcty-t wo mile.*,
Prizes Pavlle Without Diuiuction.Oaly Dec. 's- 0mTAX'C'OLLECTOE'S'
A. SHIM DAVID n nnx, j 12, i lime a I'nzi-; diawn fnmj Iii.- nthti- wiiel. The:| --ai'L.-r l Ii.- coiupetent to give in-tructiimt m all j everv day. at R p. m. ., .- .

r. H. BROKAW 1H05. j. 1 (' TP r' r- V r r- r' r :, Number and Pnze ilrawn mt; :ne "pfHeii ami e\hi: P.iMiifl.t-i.i-ce i ary to con.p! -te nn f| Leave Trail lii.k'e every day, ft*. 4 a. m, ar-rice atFen.amiini
lIttKiN. I ?,000( ( NuinlKTc I 5.'O<' Prizes !
: ) t' 4t tJ t 4? iteil to te aiidn: : alit! n ri-lertil bv rut. Coti.iuisMoiiei ; E.V(; /;:hltCCATlOX, 1itnd 1 at > a.m.
(;EO. >;. HiiH: E. I). (CLA1IK
; the Pii iue beii-ir | la-ert arut.-i (!I.>, riiiinl'cr Coiineeiinuvith Steamer* nt FernantHna for Cbar-
S 6' // L' J/ /;: : ;i1o to ive Mu-i'-al m-fruction ur-on the Piano. I II
r. T. I'jnnci: :, s. ? KMCHT. 1 I I i* lr-raMe: albo that; tinFe:,.:ile ttacl't-r: be
1 Piize of. . . . . .?.Iin.,00 : drawn :. nipa 0
ze Jvie mi I w-in and! Trail Ridtj for Taltahax-ee! and all point
I 1 !>! to ::iiHtrtiefii-ii i i.i th<- >rtia'ient.il, IjiMiiclit-s.
NOTICE. : A)>; -< "'t.'ii'l'n J'li-f*.-Tlf I It two pre-H-risr and in in L'a.t: Fun Ia. lEO W. CALL, .
iiallv! I !
; t- taught > : Au.tj'.s.;
BY TELEGRAPH i 1 . .. . . . .('IJiJ( ) Pie t two-neeeeijtiij Number"
.. to !im-<- ilra.Mtt'thfitt : ; rhl; rceeivt..1! niitil lie 2.1th ) Socrf FlTiJa R. 1C. Coni1iany.
( tsry ]
r Appiie.tti.it.- >e
I 1 j "PAX I'AYr.n; :: XM! ) !ca-f < ';n." f.i rw aid at c.ne:> Dej j
J 7 J'nzes will be entitlul t.. tl-.' i> Appro\ir>tii1 : tn'jir n -xt, when the Trusties will make I j jti.'H Nov. 14. 15..7. 46
1 II 1i j 0 Mi I PAY ip: Iii tli' } (.- IS'.T; '.1. !ii<- Levy ifq' 1 a c : <.e
ti"ii Pri'e- I l. if '
"i exnnijtle : Tick. I No. Ii-j."ii I -
i iie i bv I.ivv i" nf n-'i'iMiiont, will be I and imnntt uii.tehy; (bertiiftti hotifv the pit rti -<* of
lcuiiiptios> In TNcw York. 1 < < 1-1 < a n- juit inf ,
Xrw Yor.K, Dee. 1 !.-Ai lher n.iMini; of the |I 2 3"J* i "i i I.-r fioi: tl.<- Tna-unr, Bill* of hsiel.l di.iff.I1'it.tti.i"114t; .OO'i I'uze. tlu.ue will (riclvels;Ich lie 'iii'inbered:, ul ti' 1 t'ieir' iIetii>n. It i ilifini>'! > that the SCHOOL ijo in Heir & ColesHAYR \; -I.\
: +
| 2 2.-.0 . 5 0i l> inlpa< aie <.uii I nt in oidii.ary ''rai.. > tr.msactiuiib t-op-rationeuly ISZIS. 01 tty the for th tloiit bushmeN o
: I No. opened season
Il'liek't !
bank I'refid nt5 waIKM last cnine. and tli.-ydetenaiiied I IOU. i rro .iraws the f-25 nun Pttliire / l wiil be leetivi-tl vear
i ,10 ** 200 . 2/i"0 II i iI Tiekna iiii-i IK red 5 1 S.1t), ,',:> '. f-;. will ea"h .;hmj;, Storage nnilSe.IlingCotton.and wit
to consist of Se-SH'ii* nt Five M mh-, i
each. Ail
resume t-peeie j.tViIieiIts to-day. 100 I al ti we notice ih.it) I will eomiijeiiee the Ases-- ; two !
i l ]100 . ] O.'iU I : be entitled lo ::00, and fco en aceoril;;,t t t. llieab"ve -ike libna! .idvcnccs on Cotton consigned to thelei
The will be I n.ent 'or 1 the tii.-t ilav of next. 1atil''f' ; > tlr.t.10111:11! the P. O., at Peurreville. HtTtuiuioj
re'Aumption geueral i -ISO Appioxidations. . . 7.SPO > on J.inu.iry -e.
ir..00l': Piizef $s,5u. .. . . 127f.OOI 1 '- i :n-1 a' [li.) tiuird\\ Ding) St-ne, in Tall.i- Trip 5,000( l'iie< of S-0, will bedctrnnine-! br the j j c..unty. r:1tmi: l.'t. T. MAYO. l'reu.iieut. ;J Ji September 26. 1857. !iBijging
htsflt all t t'inBrilAULK i Or rt'JiT if tin uiilfrti'jnel 'J'fU'ttet
Bnukn' II eiu in Ins; Specie) I'ajruenli. 0 figure i-f tin Xiunb-r I that lir.iws th-- i.s(7, () ;
NEW YoKh, lK-e.I 1-Tlie l.-n.ki ii this city, u1 |. luiiuu Pie'! p'jiourtir; tok . ... I I I I: I>i:VIM: r, T.ir l Coii-cif-. 1 I'rze. F >r i-xatnp-: j if f t liIitIi her ilrnvvwt! ; th" :. II. n .To-iN; l liANr.,, 1v.: Sxi,' M. D. : and Eojre.t'XXY .

0r l'r.t- t :uI- % imit Nv. I. tLti, :dI tit, 'I'i' kets. 01 1411$. !' if. WAI.r F I H I. Fnrui\t.n>v. Esq ,
in Albany, re-uied;: p yr'ie ]-ir.ei-t-- toay. Note. of torn j ISankta! at F. LTXE. f. J. JkMiv L i Cloth and Sea Island Bagj111
.n jvr.k wiieic ;iu No. unit- ui 1, will be HJitltrl t > :i(t'. It"tl Capt. >q. (
NEW Ilvr.v! CONX, D.-c. 1.-Tie) banks n i1 L2s j CL < < on New Yoikiemitt.-.l fir jiZ* > SELECT ..' No en i s with N'. :L tln'n ail th- Tickys wlire ;t iee.5. .57. I I Ken'u'-ky! Bale Rope and Twine,

city re uuj<- l tt.-d.iv. i Ati'! )" ?'* oidcrs '(II tickets <'r CtitilicaUs of Iiseki.; the Xu' t-n-ls in 2 will be o.ilJMeJ: tiu ? 'o, ui 1 A ;;tj< d Mipi.lv, and for sale byMcNAIJftT
il IF.: L'NDiii-I'.MD I : : \ l-au- 1 infonf, t1e so oato
B'-LIOX. Dec. 1 Tlic lanksin this city l.are |' ges of Tickets to <-i-ir<-i-:> of Tal ah i--. an 1 i-.nu; _, that he pipjtsfi ->- < The Original Extra Quality | Nov. 14 185. 46
ANIErSON tc OX. .lfantrr. Newpoit. ,
Jerlifi.-itng of Package Tiil!i
I ( be suli! at tin1 followi i !
determined S I I h I f :
to resume on Mond exL open a c o Ct i tiejtttlCi.Yi --- -
y Maeriii or :iiia!:, Ga. I 1 ratis.! whic.n i= th.- iik : 1 j CORN STARCH.
: of i,-out I'. H/is!: Inn o-n-i !leraMe cxpe
Later Dec. IT:*, I .)7. 51 I! uerci i'i taf-iiin: ;_ iu tbi e.tv._ I h >]>e, liv mil it 1:1: zealand ; Certificates, of P.iekof 10 Whole Tsek-1 .?Si 1 ) RKPAiiU: r: : [> u pre-ly f-r l1im'tlzi.r.! :Ic- Cream. Portable Forge. .
from Nicaragua.r. tiimnutted euei v to ruent I I a shate I t i.f 1 pililie I i ipitt S. lit Ililf! 40i I C.tk.It 41I7I C u.tari! l'it'-. '; -\TORTICIXCJ Machine, L'orin Machine
?':r ., Iev. 12.-A telegraphic di'patclifrctn ]L Notice to Contractors.ENOIVLLE'S (. iire. Ti" ji-! ati>l ctr'v.. ,Il be taken with i J JpM In i t ( > :;irter -Jo & : i-Cei-ed'f.e 'ibv" AMLS iL L1YELY. -i'l Straw Cutters, Meat Cutter. .,

the lLl17.ci; viiiiuiiethe nnivalcf the steamship t lt.te eIIttli- t.tl tt tiv 'itrgt; lutli in i-e-it d t 1 10 Eiditli 10 0 O.-t. 1, Iso7. 42V Corn SLelltr, self abutting pile Uintjfs. Latches.

rmpirc, City, from Havana OfruE. 1'rx. ic--> atid ui'i.alr. t In ordering: Ticket* 'r (-rtifi-atp. >n"'oe the Ac.. Ac. BUTLER i DEXHAM.Nov. .
j Tallahassee, Dc:. 17th. lhf.7. f fOEALEI t to oir ad !Ii ies>* for the Ticket- offered \ ,
m-.m-y on NTORE XC1V 14. 1857. 16
Tlic ieanT-htp Mar of the YOst triTi fornird A ; roiiipf-te! a lAd I liuratgh: r.ti f-iluc.ition t v.-ill; b* 0 i reeeij't GOODS.W .
loXew ) PfOPOS\LS will be received at tlis giceli as can bo obiuint-J at iiu:y otfii-r institution: In i of which tl.ey will l.i-forwarded t l-j fTi'timil. 0

York ti-5i,0riri( in Fpecic.Tlie ; L ofi'uc ur.Iil the tiiirt, Monday in J.umiry, next for the State, -ui'l :t NKin as $tl Ic j ationatre vxili wanar.t I| I'trchianel'I ean have ticketen.ling1 in ai-v fijji're they I Il VE & DANNHEIMER; For Sale.rpEN

news from Ca'if-j-nia; by tiiis n>- .ii.n1 i is ito !! the cleaiin jjrublniijr. and grasliii. and 1 f.r furni.-h- abl* and enniP'tOit a3-i-i.ii.t-> will be piocuted. In I ma' du-sitiate. .

intcrerting.Gen. jug en a-net on t the Ijiaueh Riiiln! ad to M.mti.-ill". e-'ir.: <."ti'Hi v. lib tlit S nO'ii.. .1 cli-s 1BOOKKEEPING' l i The} Li-t nf Driwn Ni'mber and Pt us will be ] MEKCHAHT TAILORS MULES twenty one Horse Carts, (lire* W-
a diatanev, 'f ali .ut '>$ rnihs. J Ill i I.' r.ie i-ixiir | f r j scfit to pun-ha-'eis ;immci'iittclv, alter t the ilrani-i j jI guJli anJ Harness a lot of Wheel barrowi, and -

Win. Walker, T.ithhiiXictragu.in ersifcrants 0 J payimnti,: I be iiiaiie] < I itln-i I in C
landed one hundred niid fifty men nt I'uLta An.na5in : Comity }).>nJ(* 01 St nk. <-i -l-e in a combinatior: of r i ij will 1>" tenrnticud/ ain\\ th'} >i-e | df'irr'ii" ofmbia"ii i I p!' tin. and gi-: <- belt: Po-t f'fToun'y nr'i! ''t'ate. I| nriftr-MAjtn I CLOTIILM; mxjitsuch as Shoyela, Scrapers ke, tc. '

< the 25th November. j tL "JnT; R'-ni"iibi r th.it everv I'. ize :< ir.ni :.iJ Apply to R. W. WHITK.

The ,0 01)io.) e. 19. 1S57.: 5iI enter tiu.>"ii tin- iliti'-: of the Count, iiiiy }lo.iit. j jua} '' iii full vvrli'>!:f d-diicti'ii. 1 Agent for the P t O. R. R. Co.
hion tard ofvhi -ii FURN.3HING GOODS
fteainsliip ? on < vcr
---- 0_ Cli -i!'- flI'i! Iliuher I I JS.-ai elieof laii'ii.-ii: per :0rA I I j pti/i$ of ? I 1.0-0( a'l.i i ur.li-r p"l irr.nicihatelv ov.28, 1857. 48
Gen. Walker and the oi.ip-iiit; the Unil.dfctateR I I -- -G
pai..d I Notice.i TirmofFivc .iitI..t-2."i 00Piimurv aflrr th- lr.ttvii.g-otltr pri/t-9: at the t.'uJ [

rioopof war Suratopa under n full I.iad <>f ; D'-I) [ aitmei.t, . . . . . 15 1 0""I' time: of thiitv dav. i; rT"Iin PUn-rillliKRS are now opening, at j* AMBROTYPESAND -
fleam at full speed, j.nd no iuterfermcc with her i A LL persons* bavii.; chums ngaiiitt: the estate ol r The exeiei-i < of tie St ioi. will: commence on All eoiit.iuri.catior'! "trk'tly d.-nfifh-ntial. '! I the Stoie in xt to Messrs. (t. A. J. Mf ;iu- |f* ,

j -r TiefceSs or Ceititieates to niss. :i well .!i'ct".l I Stock of Fall and Winter JJtiod MELAINOTYPES,
fm&iace to the wharf was attempted. i ale null tie J to pi sent them to (the admtnixtiati,, I inform iti-Hi l I.e obtained ; (; -uitibl'-! TAKEN BV BAILEY.
Any mjnired can by nj>- j jplie.uion S. SWAN V CC)., .1Il/t (,' -*, >r
Gen. Walker wnt fiftp of his men up the river pioperly authcntite.ft.'d, withiu (the- time pie-erihed !t" Ih" e'ib-cn!>ii at hn i ie-i ienee or jit I the I IMoteot ;VXXTLEMk ROOK* otcr Hani'inTs Dmg Start.
IVi rt"m'luiL ;
by Jaw, or they will be incd and those indebtedare ?T" 'a' near Moii'gi'i.ierv? Ala., r ; WEAR,
The Fashion, at last accounts, was at Ajhwa11], ( rcqui'eti-d to make piivmi lit;HiilLeiJiaU\v. | t Col P. II.lIiUUK 1 Atlan'a.i.I '; i.. C.HI have t!htr: I'lileis fdh d. anti ->ave *<>,u-i-j! ; in Porn of Fi.nh and I En lMi Cloth Cast -- .-

receiving coaL U. bAUNDURS, fcUL and Ei-ofiiciu A.Ia/r. !'> D. P. CLAVT< N. time, by a |.|re--mj: >. >w.m &: Co.. at uih'-r: of those t tJ"3T" Niinerc.iiid! e'tin..r- :tf the latent style and' best qnaliv TIIE Rooms have been thoroughly! refitted. and
D-'c. f 1S57. in excellent condition
I for
Comni< dore Hiram Paulding, the command* r-in- I Iti. ] -, i% lii'hz timi-y! ..prepared to make up tr> order in purpose

chief of the home squadron, attempted to feje the 0 Griffin: 1 :: A li-t of the niuniier- that are drawn fjoin !, workman like ii'itl la-hi'ji.ab'e' manner, and on KFA- descneil.Oct. The Public are invited to call
Female College 1 the wheel wirh the amount of tlie I Prize tint j TtRMAIo 31. 1857. 44
Fashion but I eaeh i-oXABU. a <;o.l sortnu-nt of
after exarainntion of her Madison
Circuit Court
ia1r -
entitled! to. will be after
01 e 0> published every drawFtituti'tialiiit. j
Lund rIIII.S |Muii.n| ; I 1NST11 I"TI( .N 'itu.-itol in Giif1 EEAD70IADE CLOTHING, Cong'ressWater.
they were nil correct. Cannon II. Miipp. Aiiniiuistralor ofL'aimou i1 u fal *ri : (( ., .
fin, (;t.rgTt.; MiM.e! fifty iiiiict ali"ethe ; 1.71 c'.nsi-tin of Fine I\ek I!!' and: Cohiied Cloth Frock -
The British and AUK rieaii quadrois'have sailed H. .Stiipp, dec'd. : t Xt-w (>il h-nm' I)eit.t.! Mobile! U'-i'ioii-r. j
Coinp't FRESH !
1.l-tioi andVe t tui Uaihoad. Thi Seh-tul h.i i J'li.i'rt.' l"ute.C.,45iInere.: l i iino's Coats, lilack and \ supply,just receive* and for >ae by
Cli 'il.- Stjuiil.ini :;a-I.tile ( I.izcttc, Ai.in! In !
for.the San Juan river.It *, a .L _
m.mv u(lva'itafe" vvhih (uiiLlit to M-<--TI-IIK ml il t- j Colored RaL'laiii and! ()vet Coats, Black niul AMES A LIVELY
Reddin C. Shipp, Clarissa Win tcli'ci! o< r. Xr>\ V ik Wi-iklv D.iv) Rs..k. 'iiv.innah Fancy
i ii reported that the difficulties between Cost the c'it.iuI-Iati'i! u-f lhe vho have i.iu!; hlirto, eii dftolll D' e ktii an.I Coisi.rimie> Pants. Fi urtil Crrenadmeuiul Sept. 10, 1S57. 38 _
\Viih.ini Mr/M.in N4.01t.5,. l Uii-liiiio'i 1 l >i-iilch Xew
rate, Smith and MoUey, In | Vorxpat Ii
Chancery home to Ineiill'Mteil.. (iilHIl1; i lieiifthp '
i most } iik .tz-l Casin.ei
Rica > Ytts.
and Nicaragua have been tscttled without a h s wife and their I)e.iiLiiti 0 -h. ;a D,I Pa'iI.hn.jMN! !! ( ) C''Larain.! .LlIeV : c FULTON FOUNDRY
pla aiit, inortl, tItl i L-altlv oiti<-s ill the South.
retort to :Uiitton Nov. 14 1.-C.7.: 4 ; --ALSO ,
arm an-1
? iilg Elizal-tth hi-s I -Iym
The next Ti-nn will I I I rorurm nee M"ti-iv.] .1.I.iuunryllth i __ _ _
wife, and then Descendants, Dej 1 1SS1-. :and .'XIII) th" liiit t Thir-hv: in July.I'.ill Butteranci Buckwheat.IEtt A coo.1 -ortment of b'acfc and fancy silk cravats rL11zacteo, 1a.rffl .

l>r. TTI'Lane' Vcrmlfus* Tlla j fondant: ) Tiini ill ei-tI.it'-Ii'( -e thu- li-t* Moinliiv in Au- ntidtieiiirt I *. ireririL\ and cotton u'uler chills, B UNDERSIGNED beg leave tp inform thq

AoTiJZ MtDICAL Wmt. i TT appealing to lh intta/action/ of ilie C..nrt b fTU"!, and I end on I the Ia-t '1 ll liiji-.il.iv t i'I| NmeMiKer.Tfr A1.\ llI.J [ Collar", sioek?. n.Ii'v. ... vie. public the they have nssochited themselves
-. kmall irtrinsie | JL ailidavit filed in thi that ; furl her tCl1hti -fi-r to he 4 ll.t: l I,! .-_. 1l : k n hict: TinuUetiber buiness. ruder the name and style of
no evidence of the value of ttiis eijse. non- otnd: Defeudants P'1 i< I (o ( nlvjyue,. 0 are new l.ernners and not fnlirely -

great Vermifuge when ei en phyticmnj. *lio ore ge the .-ntittimmtv. and! they peil! etliemsilve (I'ardj, Daya & Co. ,
that the said Reddin C. Shi U.K. MOlUo\V( I: l're i.!Lut.Dec. ] 0 f'0; t4 (;u-1't, 1'.utt, r_ ,
prejudiced against patent medicines, voluntarily come forward p re-ides in tlie( Sfiteol to ji-.e s .t'-factiuii to ul! who may lavur
*nd tcHtlfy to Iu triumphant euccei", in c-spe'Iing 0 f Gsmjria.; the .nS
worm Kcad the following: j of North Carolina and hat the leciduirv of the caul Fur sahu by' IL. IL. BFRLtY.N J. WKIIRIJ.L. Machiui.sts, andr.rs prepared to execute all kinds of
'veiib-r, l.1S7. 17 work app-rtainrrj to this business. Steam Engines
KAEEISON m E. Wiell.j Co. Ky., April 2. 1549.MESSES. William nod Mol-ey .Smith and I their fjeoeeiid.inN,, DANMICi.MCR.Sept. furmhetl fj order and
; warranted to sutic&ctioo.
and Iiiitttrr and Ehabfth Kin '. give
FLEMING Bko-1 am a praiJicing phiciuii, re- and tlrvir I'CPC.II -. .
daits uA! ts4! fl IE Sub! cuber} will! Inv.-: at Mr I ). (" \Vi i lit! lnLadies- :; ;. 3Vtf Sugar Mill-i and Casting of nil kioda.irmde with
: aie i :)' -.vi to but that
Complainant r-j-'t
tiding pcrm'on'nlly in tlm plaee. In the jear l43 wlunn) : acroiding s ,
Stopin tln '. In ii fT d iv, lot ..r > : ] ne itness and dispatch. Plans and estimates Urauh
to the [1itC. a
resident of the State (Mfehouri, J became nith bf-tjil'iiiualit'ii: ean obtiin t thevie
acquainted iiKe (if of them lty.:: aii'l two ki.iiN'l:, .1.l .i nil. tin- 1 ( Dress Goods.TATIIS of all!! kinds of Machinery and Engiue ring. ThT
the atij are living c-f the .
superior v irtue c.f In. M'Jjinc's ) in e-niiv
Vermifuge prepared byyou. i South Western States. ci_ .IT.a finhiiv-v irrin. i-ilti.t .itiv.l l h/1-! f ,r:t MHII, !ittP P i ii are also side agents for Hoard t Sons Steam Engine*
At some more leisure moin.'iit, I *ill send the I1 Fall and! W.-iK-r: 5tIe3 of and
you rciltof $ ft ftj. n w beau f-jr (tinnin
i It is 0:1 motion 01 de:'ed. that tae D fenian] < i of xeai-.an.i' thy WHH I I F.: M I ? rll: : ('AT, 1 it--v! A ? Cutton. Grinding and Sawing, and HtrrLion's -
an experiment I 'hade Tulli ono vial, in e\p 11n up <- 9 aintJ trodu-ed h'-'e f'otn Hie :''" l-.Hi.- -f v-r in-i ''Ti Mile stupe i and I r.ivi dei j Ir..be cf Silk, Grist Mills! for steam or horse
wards t9tiO worms. J_. CAETEK, M. i. 0 p 'iittei ii iweil from tli- lit" -< rntu JOsEPH CARDY.
: the fcaid bill s'lall] be taktn -pi -o tinfif.ei nth I
It i i' fur ( ties ic.
twrurcie. mill be careful to a k lorlH.M'LAXE'S E pni-ronie just ucf I ui\ bv
tier oidefed. lLat NoTeitib, I have; little d'-ulit vro'ild n.akr i t'U t-lj- I WILLIAM BAYA.
f )
thiioplcr '
CELEBUATEI VEKMIFrOE, manufactured : a ep be jiubliliedweekly I | llODv.KHS.) CCOTT .t PUOLE.Sept. .
byFz.Eur f..r four niotih- the Tallaha-ce! Fioiiiant | i or wintei p.istmt. to inxtliii.: I : ] evei fur- I It i i' o.ved m JOHN CARDT.
Baob. cT J'ttttlrtrOJi, ra. AH other rmifupeo In conIri I. I in ''i-, : nftc-r the wheit 19. I:07. Z* May SO. '37. 22
d Jour'inl. Dne and RideiedalChainbeis.tinii l'thtJav in :a : H> piling: !< trironuhili. -ly.

SOD are worthlew. Dr. 31'Lane'e genuine Vennilupe Uo ,Deeembei, A D., lfcf 7 -,\ ft HpjH-ar": to \\if verv h.i'ilv. Bi.dnioie : ; / ; -
tug celebrated Liver! IMIs, can no >be had at all Boots & Shoes. NEW
rtei.ctiblo J. WA i'LES BAKKIi, Jud-s. fi ide( than iiiir nri.all grain 1 ant jiwith. ; (1 t7' ;$ i. BOOKS,
drug stores. Jfone genuine icitJivtit tltt signature of I it for winter &
am eowin BMW
Dee. 19, 1857. 514mChristmas grazing ittFtuuO prvV-9 T) KCHlVLVfJ f-om theOambTeaf JUST
[46] rLtfu iti. 0 of Hye: aui!! atrt }pui'iraded it will be much belter. I :-& | -1 Mi'K* ft.-ck of IX'OTS ,t SHOES RECEIVED _

J. W. DAliNKY (ett*. t.fe.C- VHrieiv arid &iesetipti.iulALkKIss NEW BOOKS & {
Fruit I) f. t'ttf Ames & NOVELS
For Charleston. Lively, ) ; SCOTT d POOLE. DORE-A Stroller in Europe ;.

JUST RECEIVED 1'EIi "XAMI'SUX.:" &2W11OLK : 0 TT\\rRlH| ,iee. lVe.1. the loln-wiii' /.o eil'id c. eli Sept. 10. lr,7. :S3 EL GRINGO-Travel* m Mexico ;

THEE Sebr.JIEX'RrXUTT 235! tonsburL 9 (' Boxes ILiiKinr! Keep Your Boors Shut I IMANY 0 I I Feb-cted I a '.itni.nt of liUrSUES.l vvliieh art --- DR. KANE'S Arctic Expedition ;

tlien will loid fur Charle6t shout.! :. 20 Half otl.-reil for ":.lie! 0:1 >< ii--i-.n.ible ti in.s as can be if- | Mantillas Cloaks &c. MEMOIR of S. S, Prentiss. Speeches. tea.
uffici of the severe cohU whleh eaii"e: FevetS, folded in Southern M'liK't ; _
! ut freight offer. For freight enjaaeniebU au- SO Quarter lift) t, vi/: | THE AyS.of my life-A novel the
ply to aicNAUOHT, OIU10ND & CO. 4 Boxes Citron, ', and the th.iietinl; ill- that flc-li iiheii i Paint liu.-hts! get it.nil from I 0 m t" 0('it"us 00, j ji r ,p \LM .S. lined and unlined, author of Margaret and Zaidea bj I-

Dec. 19,1657. 51 1 Bbl. Cut rant. to. are caused by) tbe want of (Ji.iy's IMaehablc) i do, ilo ilo CoppfrUitind fro-n No. 1 to C, L tl > vith Hoods, ISABEL-A novel; ;

Door KpiingA. l-'oi wile byIUTLTH I White Wash IJni'lie of nil grades aol sizes, Printed 1'!u-li do ARTISTS WIFE
-ALSO- ; A t PEXIIAM. I! -
i Window( ln Horre ioj CMo-lks, _

Notice.It Walnuts, Almond*, Nov. 11, 1857.1"0 j yho ilo in pans au.1 with tp knots, Z'l-iave Wr.ip|>er', by.Simms ; Lx. Brazil Nuts Filbeitg. Sea P.oot Hfth lirti hcs Mono and Cloth Cloaks '
LL persons Larin inandsa against the estate ct j II 4 HOBBT.
.;i*. Davii B. Hart, decensed, late of Jefferson For sale by R. H.! KERRY.Dec. I j do il. Velvet doi Rkh Velvet d. JuIj45T.- 4rf *

county, arc notified tr present them to the undersigned 12 1857. 50 i I lore Hair [--'le h do curved and p'ain' Sable Hhek and P it.'.vn Sable Fur Setts, -

*dminiitnOors, witblo: the time preM-ribed by law or __ J '1.11-7 ih. I Hair and Nail Uiu-hes, in gi eat vaiiety, Chil'lrru's Fur Tippets and Cloaks.BUTLEii I) -A LARGE lot just reJ -

they will be barred ; and all indebted ale requestedf WM. E. ANDERSON PEN & GEO. R R. Co 0 Inf.int'ilo ilo Oct. & DENHAM. _)_ .L3..Iti ceired by
nake payment immediately. lioiste do Flesh Oloves, 5 17. 1857. 42 0 McDOtJGALL fe HOBBT..
rl HE ROAD I ein '. Wire bound Stencil Brushes. March 21. 'ft. .
STIRINGR.IIART. ) .Attr1ao3 t I.aw > now eomj> te some Thirleen, | 0 12Corn.
THEOPHIMJS HART f AdZfltiL AN nSOLICJI JL ililci*, the Comjuny will receive Cottoif or nhcr r j do 1 do marking: do STRAYED. _
freight at Station where of I.ii>n bound! Roof doIlandN I the
10,1857.. Bl-8w one, an Agetif 1in Conijiany rJ"ROM Sub'ciiher about the 10th .
__ JQUI7'1MAU1AA ; N located (to neeipt for any freight b onicht L Scr ib ilfPiionan a Miwll BLACK HOUSE, liar I I"tkn I ._
FLA."ORACTICES there for trant-p t tti-in to TJliihe: or SL Matka.Theie nnd Lacierin r do ing n few white spots on the back caused iuU ) CORN for sale hr L

:fiioe, Bice.OA -O- will be I two tiips i of I the Train | er week, Guilder lip5! and! CJraiiifn ComTiJl, bv the Caddie.; When last henrd! frnm, wits on the March2l'ST. HOPKINS k MEGINNIM 0

TIERCES'RICE. 20 half tierew do. in'the Courts of Jackson Wmhii (Tuesdays and Fiiilaj -) leaving: the Depot) at Talhilm Camol's Hair mid! Hidgers ITIeii'lcra, Meridian road, about four miles from Tallahassee. A ___ 13 .

**\J for male to arrive per Henry Nutt front Char JL ton mid JYauklin-in the SUJM erne Court at Ma- re tit 2J (oVIiM-k and nriivinu'i nt Station No. 1 do do IViK-il., 0 liberal reward will be paid for his delivery in Tallali.i Don t Read

ton. McNA UGHT, ORMOND 4 t CO. nianna. and in the Ui.ileJ SlaU-a Dietiict Cuuit atApalachicvla. P. tt: G. R. R.. nt 3} o dock, I'. M., tutu leaving Station Shaving l hirultes-Ui'lger: Buffalo( and Rristle, *e or for information which may leaJ to his re Thison -! -

Dec. 19,1857. 61 1, nt 4 o'clock, and anivnig at the TnllahaEaeeDejiot. Hut do c"v''y-' H. ARCHEIL DOST I 11T7Ebave I
1ErE1Vc1 : nt f o'clock* Together with a large lot of Paints and Painters Materials. Nov. 28, 1857. 48 received
just from New Orleans
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. lion. J. WaylcUaker.. Titllahasse, yjiroiir/fi ..1'rtiq1dWfe7I Klnfinn JV'o. 1, (f'liairti,) 0 0 '1 Schr. Wm. IL P ttii, and New Tork, -.Pt lr,
Nov. 14. 1857. 47
I H.? L. Rutgers. Agent S. W. K. Bank, ami St. jfirh-R-On Cotton 75 cents per Rile. Nathaniel Hamlen Bark K. 11. Gamble, a large and well selected

T N pursuance of an order of the Hon. J. Wayles Hon. J. J. Finley. Mari nn.i On other flood* 80( eeiil per tOO |Knm'ls' Winter STOCK OF GROCERILS.
-* &ler Middle lletirttn /iXll(1/il.'tS'e nnl Slalirnt iVui.\ 1 On Cotton j Supplies. COMMISSION MERCHANT
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Isaac Widgeon, Ag't. Ii. Columbus, Mar ianna. ,

Circuit of Florida, the undersigned Executor of the Dec. 12. I85. 606mIOOKAT 25 cent per Hale. On ollur omU 12J cents per rn STOCK i H now complete and open for in No. 3S roydras St., New Orleans. -ALSO-_% ..r -

last Will and Tortmnent Thomas Henry Adrift, 0 A change equal Jo 5 renti per mile, will h.j made OUR and computes as uuul, a good selection Wines. Brandies, Syrups. Cigars, 4e. : ,/'

owsMwwl. will scfl the following real estate at public to pat cnger* to nod frum tin terminus of tint road of Refers to frov. James E. Brnome Tallahassee The Subscribe. are determined after this 4tt.* -
outcry to the Ligbe Kdjer. before the Court-house THIS 100 pouruli. F. H. FLAOO, Sect'y. Groceries, Hardware. Hollow-ware, Tin-ware, Sad George 1C. Walker, Eq., abandon the system seHIng good on a CKSDTtJ

***at TallabaMee, o Monday the lit day of Feb pHE underlined, lpliol) '. turrr nod WnX Nov. 28, 1657. 48 dlery, Crockery. Glass-ware Cooking and Piirlor Gen. Wm. Bailey, Jefferson county, For? Ca.ilior Country Product .

ywal.towitTheNEtandtbe E i of the lra a HI aker. notifies tb- citizens ofTalU'batsre'aud Stoves, Dry Goods Iron and Steel. Fur T. J. Linun, Fa-q.. we will at any time be happy to serve

S Ei, of Section n.in Township 1, Runfre 2, Nand the eurrouvdia? coui.try, that he u still Negroes to Hire niture. Hat and Caps. Bix>ts ttnd Shoes, and J. G Putnam. Ej-q. Madison with good of every deeeripticn at a suahl oureaaay,ad-nnc., .

.*Odt1Wfot1ieN W Jof Section 19,in TOWDap engaged io hi* old pccujiation at his residence, bad Yankee Notions of all sorts. 1)aniet BfU E.-q.. Harailtoo above New York and New Orleans

1, Eane*S, N and E, cootalninz 820 acre more of the Post Office, and would be pleased to ieeiv rl-'o HIKE for the year 1858-scveu nun aud All which we-offer for sale, and respectfully solicit Augustus Steele. .Euqi.'Levj; doubt it, come and trj'usat J. B.prieeav QambW .yrt /

w less. all lying and being in the County of Leon business calls from those disposed to help' him nloug JL two women' ;, Good fitld Ilnndx. Three of an inspection of same by our friends and the public. J. J. Snellinp. Esq.: :. Uadsdcn'' Stand Corner Monroe and JrTcnon8tre, t 'I

*nd But. of Florid, JESSE AVERITP, Ext'r.L.L daring Ll. e bird tine*<. DAY ID LAKCH1 which may be had from this date. I... GIBB05. McNAUOHT, ORMOND A CO. E. Uemiojton, Bsq., Thomaayille, Oe u.9.t. u. thtohc&W' &iMui' :, ,,

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pnilkbtd T.ry SATURDAY, by AHB SUE ST4BIES nnilE underlined begs leave to inform the citi
JOHN PBATOKIOUS JL rens of Tallahav and vineinity. that ho has TV/TANUFACTURER of Copper nsd Stet Iron

lAMES 8. JONES & CHAS. E. DYKE, TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. opened a carriace shop in this p'ace joining IVJL Ware and dealer in all kind of Plain and Fan

At Two DotUiu per Annum, In advance.t MERCHANT TAILOR, 1 45? rPHK Proprietor would in- Brokaw's Stables cy Tin Wares. takes pleamre in informing tie etizrP A.f|> -S
??t7:;..-i:!!: form his fnVntl. nnd the I Livery t'fTi.lIahasse and tie grounding c' Tiry, that bo w LIVER

; .rn.i5 OP ADVTIRTISINO. Dealer In Ready Made Clothing andGentlemen's r c7 pulu.ie. that be ba: rebuilt his_ _ in tie building formerly occupied by J. L Groner, now prepared to wail on nil tl last *W> to patr-a zp _PILLS,

1.irgt. Hrick Sl: l>hf, nt the old btand, and i is now where hMs prepared! to do nil I sinus of work in bus him in bis line business. He also teiitH-rs bisihnnks
onesqnare1121inaottdusht1aeertIts" fl 00 Furnishing Goods i pieparod t to acr"tntl"cl.iti' lIb friends and customers line, at the shortest notice and on the most to his friends, and the public eenernlly f"T the vcr\ 'Dwo ufthe Prepajjo... ojI

each subsequent 50ProfeMonlaud ---5- j I lie 1 ; lio has a t.%cbi-d (I'. hi" Stables a srood ttlaek- REASONABLE TERMS, liberal patronage with which lie hans brrrtofrn1etu

Business Cards inserted at$10 per / am! note rceeirin! my Fall! and Winter sup I I Miiiih Sl.op. wb,'re it- \\illli.ive 1 I.au t. dune all kind of favnied, and be hopes that a continuation e'fthe euic I They are not

; : 5; annum.Adrert'senaeoU. ply of Cloths Cassimercs I Vcs'iiigs, t-r., Piai.talii: : n voi ik. I louse -1 ot iu'tr. anal Ciri inge work in I such a* c.irri.i-re painting nod triinm>?i<* j making new will be granted bim. recommended
oj of ,
not rtarVed with the number of j buggies and wagons,and all kiiiita repaui ung. Ilavj 1 nil
full i
l tin- \eiv 1-et iiKiiincr I :ind with pi6uiptn:*& aid this lie will con Untlv keep onhandn "npplyf
!Insertions will be continued until forbid, and charged j ; pioturfd a fii>t r.ite 1 in cstablithii- of his as Universal
S Every Color Stile and Quality ,1 pttt.b. ports of Ware usually kept nn
aeo.rdinglj.J3T N.'V( uuiler 1 si.: 44I Carriage Painter tnnJ Trimmer, lint- of businc?!". A full assortment, Sheet Iit-n, Cure-alls but

t:. Certificates of publication of le, .il or cstnte which I am prepared to make in the w.' do j Sheet Lead Lend Pipes; Sheet Zinc. Cistern Piin.r. *. simply for
b until the v-ertising fee i ispaii. i up Carriages. Buggies and Harness fr. m New York, the undersigned M prepared to ;
will not
: notice given fashionable short c//rr 1 tbia kinl of work .T well and in the latest eljle, as it and a great many otter artu-len too numerous to n-en1 i what their
style on ? 1 name
_____ 'I I For Sale by P. II. Brokaw. j ci.i: he d >ns at tis! North. tion. pur.

AND REASONABLE TERMS i v-S' fT'V? xrl is'ilisciil'crh.is jct.t received avery All th"o who hate this kind of wortc 4 to do, and [ TO BUILDERS.

BLACKSMITHINGI ALSOA --- 1 9 '5 > S 1 lu: rc supply uf' Ciiiiia'ps.i !, vL-h it done in a manner that will not fail to give | Tin Roofing Glittering, Copper and Tin Conduct? ports.

LAHUE AND Wr.LL SKLlX'Ti* STOCK OF 4 i i-Z *2i Il.i c-!:" and ILifius wlJsh be offers satisfaction, wci 11 do well to call onWM. : Pipes Ac, nil of w hich be promises to do in the most i I The VERMIFUGE

; for -ti1e on t tbe m M len'o; aule telin: ?. KUHNS.Mav | work-man-like manner and style, nnd thebeft flu for
tPHE firm of BUOKAW AJL READY-MADE CLOTHING November 1 It. 18."i4. 46 2.57 IS tt'ilal, on sbortc-st notice and'moot reasonable terms

FITTS having >ccu dissol-, S { liming been encaged for (ih last eiabt year* in expelling Worms from
undersigned notiSes his I Consisting of every g-rrsent suitable for winter TV eai, MILES NASH & CO. '
: ved. the Piano Fortes. business at this place he thinks it unneccwry torecomrnend -
that he bos 1 such as Cloaks.Talmas Vats. Vests. Pant, tic, ie., the human
eld customers and the public generally further to the public as regard has
; himself
0 II" made arrangements with' D. C. Wileon. by which I 'j which will be disposed of at low pnee ?. I Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. __ S \\7"E lire prepared to fnniish Piano his any Mechanic but at the same time lie i system,
him under tie Also. z. large lot of Plain ami F.iftry itt.' t Collars 1 ; I Fortffl, of thfe best quality, j capabilities ns a also
by cry been
take the shop formerly occupied TUSTircfiied fjom Xi-w Yoik perhaik it. II. Oanfl : t I assures nil that favor him with a call, good work and administered
Uudertbirte. Crav.it Soel. tt--. Ac.
Hosiery! : tin-most I liberal terms.i .
We ffpneral of aiticles in I li-ie i upon
ria: f S S a r.-soitrnent t i I mir I cheap prices. |
H B Fitts & Co. ,' Tho-e oxrniuterests pivin call. all the above ( satisfactory
by ? me a !.s ni- to quality or price. '
; U'lute Lead. Znf: and' otluT paiii's.Vindnw (ila.-s of a* White it Singer, he wi 1 be found at his stand car '
Mid is n.w prepared to execute all work dont HItbeirliae S ticks have been selectedH great fare and with agjwci.il I l ( :uli. 1Ii lv. flu uut -. I't'ta-ii. "'.!a. fpat kln Every] Instruments be warranted. ,' ncr of 200 foot street where be will be plad to wnil j results to various
iew to ) this x..rkvt. animah
v theiratJaptatit'H: to MILES NASH i CO.
business, viz: (;t1itu'i': .. Loininii '.lusta-.i.: Fn-nrh I randy (trrj lP-'t.) on nil his friend THOMAS WHITE.

Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re- ; Octobei IS, lb.50. lv-4'2 | f..r ina'.ieirual i! purpoet1?. ;pii'o.-s. Popper. Lemon Syi-up, i FebiuaryC:;. IS5C. 8 Dec. 1,1855. 48WILLIAM subject to Worms.

and fr\ : Inks, Q
O pairing Carriages Buggies THROUGH IN 48 HOURS j I work $ P. SLUSSEB The LIVER
Plantation of $ PILLS for
I 3fcahictics.; V2 k i p i-ne but (lie viry best and 4 LARGE SUPPLY of India Rubber Belling, of ,

every discriplion, i hope to uiciii "A our j.Lrviiage.: : i ./V. two, three ninl! foui ply. warranted fully equal rL11za.a1Eeo: '1tt. the of
same Ironing IVagons .
and -
Mill irons repairing to Leather, and 7o ptr cent &-hieaper ; in fact conoidereil Coi'i'KH.TlX SiIllOX
March 2'J 185'J 13 3I.\tATtflR (>K : AM
and Carts, ; by thaos i 'whiut !:ave t tiied i them, superior to Leather i all
f work made of All sues, from 4 to 11 inches wiJe, con.tantly DERANGEMENTS
antI !u fact etery ertliet dftcription on hand bv 1)). LAID : : i\ I'LVIN, FVMV AND JAIAVMI
which and pledge A. B. CLAIIKE
Inn and Steel ill of wt WAnaUT SICK
N."ttpor\0ct. ] R. 1850.( 42 HEAD.
eomlves to execute at the shortest notice. i Milton rind Ch tt hoOc-he, ,

11. B. FITTS. now rcceivinp: his F.ill and! WiLtcr Steel of Town Property for Sale.r Stove HftRd-Qunrtrr? ACHE &C.Purchascrs.
1 : [J' S. Mail Line Is ,
Tab.I4I8. lj Goods, suitable: for *, A SPLF.NDID assortment Cot-kiriff, Parlor !
r underpinned offers at private s.ile! the followS / wiu! ii'aiuesii .
3 JTJL and Wood Stove*, trimmod will
Notice. ; emj-Toc1y ;. S S log de-oribed property, known as the Jrain Lots, 3- and durability, :nt redi.eed priec.. please
viz : Lots Xo*. 3. ?5. 27. :So.i) 48. 140.) 141 142. 143,
f f IJIE nadcrMgned has made nrrai-ements ith H Leaves Jlition Tuesday's ami Friday', a! I 10Leaves S oi'M-i'tinu in j p-iit: uf Fioiith :and: i Lncli !i Clc'l' :, Ci: !'.i 141. L'2fi. 227. 235 2;:'. ,2IO. 241. 212. 24211 l I 24.), Onl Door Woik.p be particular to ask for

JL K: Fills to take cbnof l bs Bir.ckfni'b Sb-p ( '(-1oe1i-, !i"Ki'i..| Visliii s of ;dl!] colnr.*, a nil nt" (iip 1 e>tijuilily. : 21 is. -J-K.! ;. -...j'J.'> _>:,:!. 251. 2.'if257.f 25s. 2GI, all ( unr. Ortrirne'i.i Fc'nI l1"aaJ Cop

and hand, and solicits for the new firm the patu.n- ( h'i'ahor'r*- 'J'p.i!7/y\- an / Xn'urtide's S \\ h'i.h' !Itt. i- pi.-p-u.-d t.> ,inaiiuf irturc l Ic i orJcr on '- in the oir :inal j plan ol the city of Tallahassee. p<-r and Tin .ndtr-lir.z Pipm. Sheet I.f-ad. Sheet} Dr. C. McLane's Celebrated ...
:l Lc !iio; reii>'>n..l>!turn* aiul l in the iii- -t .
age .fhis old customer. ". C. 1LSOX. after the/ ; eurictd af th( Slrtiitrr i'ntiiApaltiehirohi ALSO Zin. Lend Pipes! Patent Ci-.fern Pump Shopxicik

Feb. 14,1657. -iv _ S a ml the Sta tg f froiii Tullnhas-! FASHIONABLE LIANNEH, Lota No". 1 '_'. 2, 1 1. f>, 11*, 7, in 3. Cmic'y: jr. i of every v.iicty il-ne nt sbort) notice., : ( VERMIFUGE and'LIVER

1'll. and BilJruIGa.. T --tb-r with a :< !iu-u-aI< a-- -iltnont, of C5iy nn l Cotiiiiry Jlrrr.lianm
see, -\ r. .s oft S PILLS

DENTISTRY.tfl4 IX GOOI> TWO-JIOllSi: HACK; HEADY-MADE CLOTHING, < N.> 1. 12. n. 15, 1C, 22, 25, C?, 40, 48, Clft'iin Are re f"elilly invited; togMe n.e a call Lefoie fur prepared by

:: J. CUR LEE. t'uif' will .'oi-;;> .i. f.vi-iaMy v iili any, t-M-k '.1 ClothliilT the .South J (J', ;r-y rpartrr. chiaing.. .-lewhirr.c. .

TILL continue in future, the piacg r | 'HIS Li.;..> iii'.w in lii-t; iu:.- riiJer.i Tl-c \> I.o'i : fVi t \ l! I ..5SS. .: 1 I', 'In-. fl\. 0 '!i -'"'-. pfJ The: a'lovo! ,::-*.' i'l( pr >pity forn; rlv hdfl'I X. JJ. All art'eVsiranuf.icfiird'fiOai? the very | 6.

"t"V f hoe of DENTISTIV. ii Snitlifl : I ?tk I In- been -newcd.. ". :'h iit-w an.l eoat..rju5.l : llie iJlax; :. ( ;Juv. P.rowti. F'-r fnrthtr iii'mrrfitiiin and t'nnwl.'Vh -", Lest material ani! warranted; duiaMe. Xo other attt '. c )

lc Hacks. The Drivers me cuielul.: eobci ai.d J'diA'C.i" .-.:. 1 lje\t-r Frok aid Hu in I J.w ill he. offered f'n6tl. .
Georgia and ili Idle and Last F1uid: : .ccnminftdatinj. :: .oic > <-rs ; will 1 Ita. libi ral apply to A. Perry Arnalter, I'l'-q v

He lias had several years piactical exptrienoc iu the A hbeial :.5 jv.ahi1 ; cf bnjr a f1 a- C.vitIJlark -. Att'iiicv at Lav.-, Tall-ihr.Wf. () tab'rfl, 1S5. 42 SOLE PROPRIETORS PittSburgh

profession the last three of which has been in thM lowed to euh pr.SiCnger nnd ,'rI'rt- s C.. MANT-nXO.; S -

sections conntry. Hi* work i is of tbe most beautiful l Szu i''ud. Until tolii, the alx.\ jiroj--nv wil! be fur n-nt. Wines, Syrups, Vc.OT.D Pa. and take
aud satisfaction laz15t l V iil.ick; a.i-1! Fai.cy Doo.-lvii and Cisinuie no
and durable character is guaranteed AGENTS : : A. P'EP.KV; A1IAKER.IVi.nn.iy Ctard ia'S'ly! Sparkling Ci-lt-r,

in every instance. At Milt'-i. JIF. A. Cii FTT IT,, l s rr.; 7f( 1 Port, fM Port JuicuvMadeiia. Other as there are various
communications sr.tto Monticello Fla, will BP.Jp.n Iii\ IJsrith .i, S.itin i and Cloth Vests > ,
All Oti>evi, Al; ., W. I). IO'IWE, Krwidy Cla-riic ,
TI4CIT i attention as soon a* pii *wai vngagcnieol swill Can pbeltt-n, J. W. J>MITH. j jMananni Knnrv AS IniV V P-.lk ci yet(!:o., .C.i> itmn'. >.1.b'and CaLnu do Dr. ? ? LEWIS Si! rrv, Sardii.es.Sprtrklin other pfeparations now

permit. W.Nrij"is: Ge'i'tir.e Prtctrved Quiiee
Chittah.Mfhoe IX Poi .i v.P.'isenifis U. iits. ShawlIio I ) -n Rohf. Fine .Snirts, hilk, ( 1 I IV5!: .t: ic-- :'. h.'s niiJs and! pat Fla\i.rhir; Extract, IYiat before the
Co:t i :tii1 .t-i iiu liiI.jC'ztitt : I ', ; ;..t hii inow iii < .s..i.t public purporting -
REFRr.Ncfs : tin be taken through \utu certainty, i | o .4t> I.E Por-Jer". Tamarinds.SpaiJsh ,
xn-J with CoxiafrL lLitt'1! ; Jituui' JJ :tw.-i '. -'--- : :_ ? .ili i th. l-itf-t i iin.i-u\ cn.-ii!_" in I).1t4.' ;
: iff .
FJoji Ja.HOM. scouiitv. j ; : : ; OIr Sj be
S COT. 31. P. Prunr to
S OE'J.U. FISIIEK. -- A L.S'O try. l .t.: 'I \\if oxtnv-ii'/ T. HJ! wi'ho':? pr..i P'-IH* Ct-rn 'tart-t,. Pitkle*, Vermifuge

J. L. SEWAKD, ) Thimnsvlle. *J HHox. I'n I niJ I IMMT paii by tl.'- :r.i f i f .1 Joe d r.p, Iii'atirti. vhirli enrj-t.' S'lLe Sal.id Oil
Cvt Ware.,1.r.
pi5"toi: rtotor. ,
3 P. E. LOVE, f A pcncini: actin-..t '.f i'.nj \ im.l p.i.iok Si'ic' smdSr and Liver Pills. All
in \ nii 81 Iet.l fro :iu.L i i\tui. t' the
; : >> > j.iitH
7.7. ,
? I'.Mf C'a-er
Hoc. kV. S. DILWOETH, ) MoDticeJj0 Yla. i in Stif:t i 7i.i '.' ?nd Ciin.U-. ('"iLi-. c.-Ioro.l. and xintil f'.lly tiMiibcd. 2d, The immil .it( i'irrirr> c' Er.giih 31u..tartl, ,
I jhv. W. h. HAMILTON, j jHoX. white Ki'l and bilk Gl-.w-. ]Juk j'nd Lisle Thicaddi. ClarM, I' eoa. I others in
To a 1Vmpr.iry S--t. n Gt-rt.a F'T.'o.iti, :}\ c i !IP AMKS.IL1VELY.Jnnuaiy comparison
J. C. jJCvillLE, t S Boarding House and ; .. Ltdi'-s Gu.nk-ts; im.r| Liiifn,, C.m.bii.nnd ,
; Matln-on. r VI7 -. VTCIIv'.ti! c uprort, and! r.o"1! till t>"5 (lum.1ai fully .
B. C. Port Silk II ludk'-ri hiof--. I'.i.i-Mi itinl P-it.cv (' -tt., Li-lp a. l r f
COL. : ) n with
HOTEL KEEPERS. picpaiud !t.>.- ft ;.einir: >"iit Set ; t rr.n intrt! -d on Dr. McLANE's Arc-
; GLX. M. WJIIT SMITH. Ai'igator, 11*. Tbien-l, and Muiiuo i I I'-f-c' .t-% /-c. GALL AND ,
S that b.-autif_:1! j lan ci31tI: c'-:1ti"<:fG:: rs.i which ire :
.5 April 25, "57. 17SINGER'S '1'l1E .ff r .r nTe. cn ev BUY. CS> much w-iin ai.d a.'lulled, fi-r n.uf.strtn t1-. andI.1 Livery and Sale Stable.rlP worthless.

_1 teiiin. a commo Ji-'U-Brick B'lil linij i in fmifij j jtbv () iS. S f rlf-!'caii'im -. r
J"'in J J; I'dlcT-inieJ! trive nost1i.r-
SEWING ViiUg'' of Mvr.tKv-lX. ] Fl.i, .72 f-ot !l.v 4" iitJL M- 7
May SI I >5- 22 M i tic<>. tbat b.1 1 purr The GENUINE McLane's
11 laii* bo i'Jo3 tLi in tic! For Sale *
ifvmis, ae sill.v;, ; :::
W el.a'ed tbe Liv r\ _
And w s lnil! f-ra H tl.. i A VAUVSU. PI.\NT\I".S i.LK<.: Cwiry, FL."ILL .\. JNotiee.SfX \\-iii:n.i I H! Ncw-.n inTuii.ih..p-e,a -. -.torcth! will LI the Vermifuge and Liver
To aviv one dc-iring to kp a IItel or pii\a!
Boar JiLg House, tlis! pi lae "H-i* pcculi.ir inl.tcircnts -<- \ \ be .""!.l at ( ir--iV'-a'ir, tbit pl.-intaiimi Mj'iit! s :ifl'-r d.iic*. I llu- uiuue'inQtl.! a-buii:!* :/ 'id wid <.I! t ti.f < -t.tbli-'in.f i.r. nr.'l ths't bv is now

at tl.is lime. The I'cracia siiil Gii i i-t known athf '' L''irx. J'lrrr," f'i ini<-ilv I .r "f th" f-':,it- of Mr.ry A. J.v.fui. de! .i .-d.i piej.and to carry on rl-e bu-iiiesi in all its brant; be-, Pills can now be had at

Rail Rca.l j>ari within f-iur milean, 1 isntn ;icoTipkte'J i- owned by Co!. I Daviii ]'>:mtitv.: and; m w I bv Uryaii, S late '-f Lri'ii eoupfy. -,\ ihJ |ir
;i} to tl.i-* p<*iit; ((pr'ilnhly by XI:.rdi i.i-it.) ;a Cr-Hm Si.fiic t<-D u lVI I,", r. f 7lhb"-MV. The '- \ : to the JInnor.iM" Ju l 1g' of Probate ut.r raid iu hi* Hue C'u r u*'>idjliteim 1ldHAPD-. SSUNDES.Scp..1 : ail respectable Drug

biaiich: will e.-i.-Ci) tbi< j j'laee aiid the! M-iin ro.i'!, | plantation coi.t.iin'i\ <- Ili'ii-hi-I; jrrs'f fount!"v, iinJ ;r.sk to I b o'l11OM.5s ili-d-M _'.- }. I .-. "

thus :jratJv iri<*i<.:i ing! thC jiu- '-tit aui'-i.nt: ot'H! :tvi l. j jg'io'i Lei I, tu.j iiiitM pait: ..f x.L i.- i jtial to any l.i.'di'i : j J. PKI.'KIXS', AdmtV..Iiil (> e; Stores.

'1 h-i e i ;iT a t this t'a : i. deniuiI f.r : iV.itii.: Tb ..reu0 ".'sit, (fv-r-'vc t-r fvrtei"n: bun \ 25. 1 O7 "0-Oin

arding I Iiue, 'Alitre ehi din set-t to ti.t- 4S'hl j died ..ir<"' of ct"-"- !.. -MM I the i inain lertjn.-ly timUied. Notice* FLEMING BRO'S,

fi('lA ;Lr.-u-I nj:, : ,nii d4.. :.wJ ;uny I i inCiUiiiii-,' :i ltT.- ijum.tity of very supi-iioflaii'I, S For Sale, I Miiths after date the uuuJcried alrnin-tra- 60 WOOD ST. PITTSBURGH PA.

one of clrir.iete* iid cxp< niiie in t.e! ljt-i'ie' e'aii1'l l :jeM to I'lear 'Jiie iii'i'>\fi ri.s ;anv.iy jr.rt.d a, SIX cf th*' cstnUof C.nil-s! t-ib'cy, deceused! ,

d iubt''s cbt .fii Use brst VVar fiorn ."> t., 'JO! earI'bjartliru. d'.v !ltu'; : ho'i=i-.ji "-I fparitrfur :dniut one hui.ilredr.fl () ';OEYRis'i 'I'.1 of Ziizt1 L1ni- late of G.i'l-; <-n rfniiity, v\i'l pr*'5ir.t In rtinal court Sole Proprietor

; r"0. U"011 f. uieit-". The: I !:.rutti'a: \\iil 1 bt LIMIT i- of r f'iilitv.| ; ; nijil will c"ni1 .f I'robit of raid and ask tbe
tS 1 (the Judge ?
e.iniy. SCOVILi UFA
: HAVING been appointed Specal Airent turtLe The "cbsviibfr would only ad'I in eciiLlu-inn, that ia-r OIKthud elshJ. the L.ul.uic.-, <>rie :a'nl two jeixvitli : -. p-ne J-umaMy wi irhi Thon.ati'n Lime, or with J Janv d.r!; < lara-l., MARY I). G. < DLEY, Adnifx.Jr.ne No. IllCharter St.Xw Orltan,
the above the uudersitraed u now prepared Iitert-zl.: from .1 lite .f-ae.! '1 h- ritl.ir l 1.- Ili55 i'ir flier .
in jviint of fficial, ipf-ral iii-l reli ii-Ts advantage plaiitationiill : r plasti I or ;anv < purpos-e furwlinh
20, 7 7. 25 Cm
; to furuish them to order. t getict! with full in- tl.i- place peih-pt i it n-ifi'jd to wi? of the Villages | be tsh.vn to iiiiy one diiin {t.> purcha-e.; bv :Mr.Hm I I Lin-i- i u-fil. \V<- < I b.iili-ii eiimpari.-). An fiencrs! Wholesale agent fur th* Southern State, C

structione for their use. One Machine is equal to S of the South. For further u-nlieulari; *. j'l.* to :>n. the iiitn,:OK. .[fff..T.n CO., whom all orders mutt be addressed.
or 10 good Seatutresses. and all kind of Sewio< can aj j ( ul! tie 'J'ttlJiiijame.I Notice.SIX Sold by Ames j E E. BLACKUUKX MoutiMlo, Ila.Oct. | app % to iitiJir-ijiied iu i I 12 mihs S. ]E of 1ouiticl1o.o.t. j
be done. One or two of those 3IadiD? can 1 be:;; seen \V. CALL. :t, 4'-tf' at Co., Tallahnse% Fla. ; J. S. M. Dais a
3, 1S..7. 4u- ;-n I tlis a'ter date tic! nl.'r.iCil administra
at any time by calling on the on'Ieripd art hh> residence *" | July "5, jcy 7. C/j-tf moi Qtiir.r-v ; Gardner t Mills, Newport ; TV. T. Cirpatrr
rtnstitct""ii3lht( will
Gazette devoted S.- Aii u-ta : ]iiion'c publi-h of the cslate JurneV.; Strange, .!ee.-ns..l. & Cis Watikeenah ; Mws-elj & Pope. MadioPalnur <>
in Taliabastee. Singer's -
I paper once a week for three mouths and send bill to adver- j Notice ttp of (Gires-r.t his t.rul ae"unt t Bro, ilcntieello. S. PtTsten. MuntirrlU?
I to StA* iug, will be furnithed to any one on application <
ti-er. Orange Hill Land : O IX '.i.nthi after tat '. the nn'I"r-irip'l tu the Jju'! e.f Probate of said: county and a-'i to be
grsti, where the Prices of th dilfr -iit siget i < adruit.iS W. K.-irs
be seen. P. P. LEWIS. i-OK .SAJ.JjrPHE tialor -f t the INtntc: of Jn.n Ingram.i deeo.-iM-d, discharged therc from. Marmr.na ; Nicholson t Zei ler, BaiobriJge. Oft
In fhs Circuit Court of Jr4trcoi .
8.1857, 22 County.Smi'.b Lite of! O'.i.l-.U-ti! c >ijuty. uvi ill piuvut his f nal aeuutto T. S. SHEPAI1D, Adif.JIliySL I). P. Dkkinsw, Palubndge ; E. Seixas,Thom, snUlG.
Simkina, Trustee, Ac. "jr :.5 ui'i i'-.n ->il j ueii oMi! id t.Ter ( tC ,f Jo' ( th.' Ju'l f of Pioba'c) nf s.i'd 2 >iintv. and tck to 1&37. :27 f-n S

'; i In Chancery. 5 1fiiK&
In Chancery. : The heirs of AUam 3I<'tt, f Bill for ith'f. I 'llx' bf-t 1-iinl; ( ui.l i h } i'-id 2! bales Cotton tS /> In right .f his Wife.Xov. Notice.S" .

Mathers etil.. rififni'i! thle i i- no better T<.!MC''O hiin] hi Floiida. I- S 7 1857. 43ttnNotice. cto Live1yTALLAHASSEE
.. Abraham K. Allison. ) Augustu3 j IX months after date the undersigned executor
'Ihire -_'. "<' ii 1 the ,
srf > ncibb ; Ir.iet. sime 500 f
tt."Willam TT appcirinj to the siti-faeti of tl.i* Couit. that of the estate of Thomas Reynold, dect-a-'ed, Late FLORIDA,
whHi in cclhne been -S
.e t latdv
no l'arjn- I
; : '
II. Gunn and John G. Smith. In Gads- I J AujT'irtus XIathers, one of Iho Def.tidrttiti* in the j.u 'I of Leon comity, will present his final accounts arid .
The land. bii
AdiniusbtraU.rs! deboms non of the den Circi.it j n!>ove entitled Cause reii-s leyo-id th<- limits of lit :iu av. m.ii.ly.: is >ken), :iifordn> nr- ln\in dei'innds, Ij I voucher to the Hon.Jude Probate of said county j Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
'l this
I i ; >| 'iidi'l.' frer s'oi-c, :jf'iinir water fT> jM-rson Ka-wt: Tvtate f S
Estate of Cornelius Court Mid I Mi idle Circuit, to wit : m th I Littii Cl-cnit: // r'j ; S\LL and ask to be di-ehnrced.! !
English, dec'd. I ons ht.t A tu'u'.5 l>ay, and ah<-alhv! a anv S A :flu> I Jl.uh-y.I 1 ite t of Ji-fU-rsi-u county, di-ceas j : DRUGS AND MEDICIHZS.
T mid Joseph English,Jotiah Enjzlii-b, die Circuit j ordtrcd. That ail Augustus 31a1 bet s :ipp -tr and an'pwer place on thi* gh! ;? Uefrrenei* particular; "to Cnpt. < d. arc notified! to |iro-.-iit tin-m to the tiri1rr.in'tl JESSE AVERI7T, Executor.
Thomas ofFloiida.Joshua tbe bill filed in this eaue a'n or bifore (tbe liitMnday I Sept. 12,1857. 37-Cm Perfumery, Dyestuffs, Surgical Instruments,
English, Lacy English, N. > and''m.. Davis, of Gad-d emiiity. Ju-t rmiieaiil ndiniiiistuttor, u withTi the t'mo pri--ci ibeil by law or
Srices, Snuff, Windows Glass Paints
.i English, Elizabeth Ei.glisb. in February next. .th Twi-c C'.mpi&in.nt'rbill I $.c. D. P. AYEKETT.: tiiy will iie birrcd; : and Indebted: are requested j ,
taki-n'as .,iJ i-ftii- OileYasbcs. Putty Manufactured Tobtcw
Jane S. Johuson will lw confes-ed jij.viM: Notice.SIX ,
Nancy English. to make immediately. .
Xolll&7.1 -10-Ow; [tienl juivincnt j
oipyU and Glass Ware Patent
Ix-uiwi Lastinger,und her husband, dan's : Pivvid d. That thi-> a'I (1 -r be j.r.bli-lx .4 oix-e JAMES F.'CARTER Admt'r.Ns Medicines,
William Lasliger.IT a week for the hpace if two months pie-e iiif g the -. 21 1S3. 47-8w Months after (date shall present my final ac- Fine Soaps, Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Briodta
Sale"Fi ,
Rule Day in Februi.rv: next in w.me ie\\si! >:ij' r pi.b- S, Marshal's i and voucherP, to the Hon. Jud e of Pro- and Hair Brushes, forifedicinal.purp****

appearing to the satu-fattion of the Court by libheJ] in the City of TaI.dia! S -sr Mo.\n v iv JANTAUY XL.\T. b.ite, Jeffer.'on county, as administrator '";'th the Paint Brushes, Fancy Articles.
affidavit, uiude aud filed! in this cause, that Joseph Siotice ; Will annexed of the Estate of Mary Saltonstall. late Garden Seeds, ?j3e
this 2't1i N Havani.Scgars.They .
and ordcu-d at CHAVHE..S, ; v .m-
Done Vii tte of a wiit of fii-ii I fa' ia*, itii..I fioin the
Euglieh au J Louisa Lastinger. sod her I ueband, a B of nit! deceased! and ask for from received,
J. WAYLES BAKEU, Judje. county a discharge hiyve rr ently a Laigi and Frtttiuppfy
ber, 1857, Cletk's oflice of the United! btau-s C'ouit, for the '
1 ? hfronv, irivrn. tbat the si.b eriber '
William Latiiuger, dcf-ndiuto iu the Bi 1 fil d iu the 49-2m 1J : ; "iVido;r of said admin: -tration. <(fe?ery variety of ri.ccst! niuaiy kept by
Dec 5. 1857. Xoi them District of Fl'inJah J. Conkhn A ,
above stated cause, reside beyond jnrii-ijiction of Stf-pbm Liijhtsey late of Jcf! r.-in county, d l- ', JOSHUA TAYLOR. Admt'r, Ac.X drugsisls. Planters and! Fhyalcians will always finTat
S Ibis Court, and beyond the limits ol the State of C'>.. arc plaitilnfc, nml John Fieen.fm, i defrndant, c>-a-<-d, will, six weeks after, lute H-rcuf apply to the j .v 7. 1 37. 45-Cni this etablibbment a full supply everything needed
IRON WORKS I have levied upon aii'-l will expo for sue, within lion. .juJ.* of Prohatef .iid
Florida but within the United States. It is therefore WAKTILLA county by ptIti.'nf and on the most liberal temns-
ordered That said defendants. Joseph En lith, !eg.d hours, in irjnt of the Cout t-houe door, in (the r dIwa-r in the K tate ot her deceaeeil husband, according Orders from the f
S Island Cotton Gins. Country andsatiefie
S $ Louisa Lastinger, and her husband, Wi'linm' Lastinger :Ttfoxrcr DPoarfc JF ln. town i'f Moiiticello, J&fft-rstiut County, P'lorida, on the I to law. Sea ton enar.tnteed, with regard prompljofiljed feo.tn pritfcs and
first Moml.iy! iu January nest the follow decrib -d i .TANK LIGIITSEY.; Widow andAdmt'x t BALLS IMPROVED qualit
and demur said of PATENT e
appear to answer, plead or to Physician's prescription
This Establisbment is Now Under Full Blast. property, to-wil: the X fi I of yecti'/n '.' cf
Bill ou or before the first Monday in March next, Stephn LiijhUey, deceased. ISLAND COiTUS tf/A" *>r sale by Also. Eppmc's compound .Fluid ExrriH of Bucha
_. I, ltui.e :S, S'.uth and Enbt, containing 151 aTe'.-*
? 28. 157. 4o-tiw; Tuilabasse
ov. deliverable New-
(1658,) otherwise the complainant's Bill fball be taken the subscribers- at cr Jan S. 18516*
S: as confessed againot them. Provided That a the death of Mr. Pond, Mr. GEO. S. KIXG L(-%ied (''U as theptopeity of said Defcudai.t, and to i port. Fnce ?125. --- S.-

copy of thin order be publitbed io a Newspaper printed SINCE charge; all communications, therefore be i old to satisfy H.iid wiit acconlinu' to law. I Plantation Negroes &c [ These GirrSbavetriven great satisfaction S to all CfrcnlafSaws.TTTELCII
tc.. t-bouhl be addressed to him. E.'E. I5LACKI3UUX, U. S. Marbhlal.Nov. | .
in Tallabflbbee. Fl!< iidn, once a week for f :' Months preceding the said Rule Day in March. A. All work coining under the bead of this business 21, 1W7. 47-tds | l-OR SALH IN FLORIDA ; 3ICAUG11T & oRMomj I & GRIFFITHS, and HOE
.-t D, 1858. Ordered at Chamber thin 31t day of October will be promptly, mecbauically and neatly executed I S rr"IIK SURSCRIIiMli offers for sale his wehknown j Newport. Asgsst 3,1857. 32 T Ciicular' Saws, from 42 to 64 inches size, eon-.

-- 1857. J. WAYLV.S BAKER, at as iii'jdcfatc u charge as pri<*c of labor, ic, will To the Ladies of Tallahassee -JL Phmt.Uii'ii. "C.m: ale L.i; o."l\iig l5 : on lie south stnntTy fur sale at a co miWon ou manuraclnrcr'rf

S Judge cf Middle Cucuit.NOT. just if v.Tb"i9. -ide of Lake .Lick-nil, six uiilos Jioin' Tallah: sste, i Notice. prices, by D. LApt

.7, 1B7. 4.4lnNotice. EslablibliRienl i is not ktpt up for the put pue C'' utiti'.i'ig{ I'-fio HI-II molt-I or I.s. 7.'i' of which are Newport, December 20. 183G. 51OF

of making money, (-'rauge to f-ay.) as dear liihtexperic.liee MKS. ErA I through ki.i.Ine.-aof! ubole- in a flue t.tte o.'Ciihiviitinii. (-I JoO' recent y cl'-ued) t .A LL pelsoii-s having demanJs against the Estate T

has ifemoulr tel to me, il cannot be (done : and I fihi'.iubl<* e iai>li-lii.t'iiN in Chtilest"ti : the b.ilitu'c! cxceileiit! v.d land, well tm.bcrcd and J.of, Ijorcnzn F. Lewis, late of Gadsdoi: ; county, niiUl id

in (1aia region at this branch of buiiit-s-Lut for the t :md I Mr! XI. A. I IIo\vl.ind of M,-'<-oii, ha* ln-en t naMed \LU!! w\tf-i: ed. iecca. ed, arc hereby notified( to present the same to

Month after date. I shall an executrix of the benefit of the uufoiluuate, who happen io have Engines i to rejilaee tif w. ll pih-cted stnek of I ou.uitts. The impiovemint: aio i a cowfi'it..bleand well built the iiiidoi-iirned. uithin the time prescribed bylaw A- SUPERIOR QUALITY,just reeeired a.d

SIX and such like, ton-pair. ]JlA! lV .'. '.. will, b she l"-t or they will be barred : ami all indebted are salt or AilES A LIVELY.Janunry .
Benjonnn Johnson, late of Jeftereon >> I.-, on bo'rI
county, Florida deceased render my final accounts The I'tlcrnR.:1te: /', M'tflilmfv. /". ./*. civ Icing ttth.-t; liar. i'i iliu :iv. fi! :do < neopii1 cot tiin-: (ten 1uu-e upn iht looms.el'!' fmMu-d, and! ;ih.ili :I ted to make payment iinmediittelv., 31, 185?. 6

and apply to the Honorable Thomas J. Cbace. Judge Jsurijt, i't Oi'-lir, ti'i'l fjijifti C: i"/i'i- 1 :ieil tij".U a u iii'i-iit ui'g fioin :N .v "< rk I toSUIM : I l\v .Ke feet wiilo. )I'l'siilts, p.intm-s. il<> l-ts, (II Cs- I JAMES JL MIT1I. Sh'fT. and

5'. f Probate of thf Court of Probate .f aul county, Jobs fin lie Tnrtntl (h>t KithUtaltifxi : J h. Her Mud cf Inriry: {'-oil.will I lieTieieil lag u ii'Oin': i''e ; the kitchen i and I l.iutidiy I !>re attached I t : Ex t'fflcioAdnut'r._ Insolvent Estate Notice.

S Sort discharge from further administration >the said ml JltKfKit-'fi.. << ) un-1!) op'-in-1 for iinpeelion) by Fnl.iy I; i'iyl, to lao dwelling; t ly !a C"\i-ied \va y ; a large nnd tubc Qui.icy, NOT. 28, 1S57. 4SSuvNotice. State of Florida, )

etUte SARAH A. JOHNSON. Shafting, Pulled, Plumber Ikxi1?, Hangings for -\\ ha-ti 'lie will \tit Ii pb-.i-uie wait upon her cutorcr. .t at 1:1:il 1 tjin I li'iifi', :a irii-> mill and I coiton set c tv, Jefferson county. J J"Vy

: Montieello. NOT. 7.1857. 45-6m Shaftings. Spur Gearing. Water and Seam PI'IK- September 20, 1 lZl. :', J. othe
5 Jmmistralor. cattle
Stop Cooks, Gauge Cocks, Grate Bars, Plow Jietii.gs, PLANTATION FOR"SALE.. table) dii.s the jfin and I gi n it mill-I ; a sugar null, | OIX Months after date, I shall as executor of the I i f Joseph W.Clayton, l tc Jefferson county,
Saw Mill and ( Ver&'I' bntisi*, nc:;!io cabiiij: cri'.i., "t.'iblos.eania, u ohoue
Notice. Srgar Rollers, Circular and Upright O Ktute of Charles T. J. Singeton! late of JeffVr-
I deceased, has bled in the Probate office ofJeffenaa
Save tc_ Miiilby j I Mid i I w oik-shop i all I of the b. .tst rue t tre I
Grist Mill Ciicularand saulou icr fTt-rs for s.-ile lt I
Gearing, Upright rable itnd val
'I : a -: ; son, c limy, Florida, deceased, render my final accounts county, n written suggestion that lie believes she estate -
SIX Months after date, we the undersigned ad le coi.stitutingone and apply I t Io the Hon. Judge of Piobate, of Joseph W. Clayton, to be insolvent.

of the Estate of John Smith, deceased In Fact, Ilete I if the Place for all that Want ria., Oou-istin) of ll'OO( ( art of binl ; 40U ofwliiiL of the ni''-i de ii.tbb: an 1 bi.,i iniprovfl places in | said court y, fc>r a discharge from further admitiists a- Thereupon notice is given to all havieg'claims

late .f Gadedcn co ntv. w ill pieseut our final Woik in this Line Done up Right and wit" Dispatch. I finin I cultivation and I under good I fence, the thin Bietion. 'I \\v pl.ict: is well suppMcdithwell ti'-n of said csJnif. < im-t said estate to and persons file the tame
a >
recount and vouchers to the HOD. Judge 01 Probate, hall dozen Engine* and viii lug w.xti ioi .Cillcut quality bc.'idis a large ; appear
: Having home a mjbtlfcoiitaiilly I b.danee; well woodo, and! wateied by 9 piini branebc4, CHARLES SIXGELTON otsaid
with the of Probate before
Judge county, on or
aaid and ask to be dischiirceiLTHOMAS I .1 the Establishment to be elected cistern m'ur I the I eii! iiii-. 1 lu h hike, i f which a I beautiful
county ruut'iig, cau*< the improvemeiits me good, n good house, I Qualified Ext'r.Nov the 5th day of March next, when there will be a
R SMITh J AUml. ." the same cause mu t keep it up. Therefore, jou can iK'gro houses, f]in house, sci av. and other out uuildiiiIi I view I is obt.iini'd fr'iiii tin- dwelling, afford* :abundance '; 28, 1857. 48-Gm rata distribution of the funds belonging to said

S JOHN SMITH, f always rely on having woik done at the { and tbu locution i is favorably Mfmited forb ultb. (-f tili at nil ti..ie<, aid: wild fowls in tltj winter estate pro amongst the creditors thereof; at which time

Qoiocy, NOT. 21,1857. 47Notice. m WAKULLA IRON WORKS. and Any f-ee pfisdiHuidling fur tbeinfrkes. to |.uichase, uill please call stock months, fuf th-;besides raisiug in of wl excellent>ieU this pa place tuie i s f peeuliaily.r silai: o i iadar Plantation Goods & j charge the said from Wro.the J. adcninutra'ioa Clayton, will apply ot said for estate.his final d

But Here Comes the Next Important Tiring. more'l'I-Id-One-hiahf-interest p.iVdble cadi the aiuiual balance ft.i in two or The Ud.above from its convenience to town, railroad, 'i GROCERIES. j THOMAS J. CH ACE, Judge of Probat

-. the first Monday in January, will be sold before years i KXllLYCLAinC: i i Kxtr'x. Pehoola, goatt *toeiet\ to.: ; anil fiiiiithe cs -leiice! of ] I LA NKETS. Kerseys, Lmseys, Flannels, O.-na- I Sept. 5. 1857. 36-4m
:. th. Court-boose door io Quincy, the following : PAY PAY MouitietlhoSept. 10, 1S57. 8S the hinds ;and Ioealit> is a valuable investment. _) bergs !beetiugs, Sh'rtiugs, Kussetta and Plan Cod
; : negroes, yiz: Charles a man about fifty years oldS You will send fc) New York Philadelphia and Baltimore ; Peisoua within}; to ;purchu'-e; would do well to look j tntion Improvements, also a large Stock of GKOCKU1ES Oil.

and China his wife about forty years old. belonging and hare work done, without for a moment Notes Lost at the prcmi tp. which vill be shown by Mr. D. K | just being reeeivetl per Gamble and Kerning RESH A PURE of the celebrated -Brands" H

; the tbe Estate of John Smith, late Gadsden coon dreaming of credit, but here at home, where there are Mason, in my absence. ton. 1IOUGK1SS, SCOTF .t POOLB. Ir. giman Clark .t Co, A Rushton's.

tj, deceased Sail negroes to be sold for a division. no Banks or Banking facilities, or surplus capital, >ou LOST or nwdaid. T1JULH Ni( KSone duted in 4 A L S 0 Sept. 10, 1857. 33 For sale by AMES LIVELY

S THOMAS SMITH, ) A .1 a', want 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit and then require 1 16ft7, S tr #i 105. payable t> J. Call.uv.ny ; April 5, 1856. U:
: ,. JOHN H. SMITH.UUII J one to ride from 50 to 500( miles for pay, and probably or beiirer, about the 25tli December. I ISoS.arid si.ued 1'or sale, about CO( NEGROES-piimc and accli- Notice.SIX -S_ _

ii KOT. 21,1857. 47tdsNotice. from 10 to 25 cent of by Margari't C.illaway-oiienott; given in 1856, payaLle muted ; r.l.ni, the coin and fodder of the growingcrop
ultimately expend per
the hoise( mules cattle, and the montTls after iMe, the undersigned will | India Rubber Packing.NIMA .
amount in collecting! Is-this rigbl! Is this cucour- to J. M. C.tllaway >>r bearer, m ned bv JV 15.Callaway > heep hiog H ; pre .
I oiHehoId and! kitchen furuituic the and their aeeomUs and roucbeis to the Honor-
aging Home Industry I If so, can you surprised nuiount nut lecollecled-one foiul note i \vu.ona | [ Rubber Packing, of all thicknesses, from I
: able of Probate fr.r the
of Gadsden and
c.ntrt, bhick >niith and tooland nil the Judge county I
in August.; 1657, fit 135, .-igitttl: bv 'I.l \V. : earpcutcr'a LADD
that it does not thrive t given j ask for linal tettlenicnt arid diseb'arsje .1 1 6 to i inch, constantly on hand at D.
A LL persona having demands ngainst the estateof Arrangements must be made for payment before Irevai( ti. Jr., and >r, payable; to J. M.' 0.x I la way or implement* husbandry, belongHig to the plantation.A minUtration a of the estate of Cornelius E from the ad- S Newport. Oct. IS. 1850. 42
fj'eiit' bargain will be given to glisb, late of |
Jt\. in this bearer about the Itt of I'Vhru.iry, 185S- thea'tt.i J au approved purchaser -
Major Surles, late of Jefferson county deceased delivery of work, through some House place, said tleciM- ed. to law. I IJOHN1 -
for the whole of which bo county according
S will take notice that they must present them St Marks, or Tallahassee-tbat is far enough fioniborne. bearing interest f fioin date. 'Ibe pdblie id cautioned property, any may G. SI5T1TH ) Estate Notice
treated for tit sale until the firft in Insolvent
private : >
tntdinc for of the above notes, in de btnis
fo the undersigned duly authenticated within the time ngaiii-t any payiitfiit4iiisbei GUNNAllm nr- norf. i
Janunry next, when if not hold nil the land WM. IL
prescribed by law, or this notice will be pi end iu bar You may be good but wo cannot run after our >nfct'.ppcd. J. XL CALLAVAY.J j %bihl be oflcicd on the, premises,at jmblic except July 4, 1S57. 276mSheriff's STATE OF FLORIDA, )

of tbeir recovery ; and all persons indebted to said hard earnings in this Department. Besides, when ) .5.1857._ 49-4w ___ A. outcry.CiEq. CUOOM. JEFFERSON COUNTY, J
state hereby notified to make immediate Labor is credited out, parties bard to m.tke themselves JTI
: are pay- try Sept. 26, 1857. 30-tds Sale TOHN D. REICHERT. administrator of the c Ultl
4* S meat thereof to the undersigned. believe it is not half done, because they owe Administrator Sale ; of Charles BorgdorCr. late of Jefferson county,

55 BEBECOA SURLES, Admt'r. for it. TN pursuance of ao order of the II.'n. J. WH} les IkI I Shoes Shoes Shoes Fiast MONDAY IN JANUARY NKXT.BY deceas d. has fifetl iu the Probate office of Jeffersm1
:Her. M, MM. 47-8w DANIEL LADD. virtue of a writ of fieri (edna issued from the written ogetjaathat bo believes tbe estate -
.1 ker. Jud.'e of the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit ; county, a
b- S -- New For July 11, 1857. 28 ; of Florida, the underpinned adiitiuiutrator of the 1 "lIE aUlJSCRIDKR residing nt Mobtitello, Flor- ClerkV oSce of the Circuit Court of IA.-WM county of Charles Burgd >ri to b* insolvent. Tlwreup-
4. Notice I_ ida. has on bane a largo and geneial assortment wherein Hdr & Rust are Plaintiffs and Beniiet
; Estate of John W. Townsend, dfCeiiced, will sell to on notice is hereby given 61 all persoma bavtngelann
date will TaHahassee Sash and Blind the highest bidder, before the Court house door inTidlahHStee. of Negro Shoes, say four Tuonfcand Pairs, made of Bradley U Defendant, I have levied upon* and will apaint said estate to appear and file tbe Mme with
,'VEB ui3trind slxp>ooths after pre-
excellent material, manufactured at homo by White for sale in front of the
the tth next expose Court-house door,in THhilmssee !- the Jndge of Probate, of caJJ county on or btfcr
X-s on Monday day January ,
of Lean
: .DttaHoa.Jpdgeof ,Probtt County, &oTcIL--. Mechanics which he is telling to Planters and Merchants on the 4lh day ot 1858 within le trill be -
tMrfinalaeooooUc/ths emtitet Alfred M. Gatlin, the following lands of snid estate, to-wit : The B E iofSectiou January, the third day of May nut wbeu Ibw a f*
(;.e.u.daAd; ask for a 41ebargitroa "Ibe administrttk BE undersigned adopts this method of informing 6. and the S E 4 of the S W J of Section nt the very low price tf f 1.30 ct*. per pair. gal hours, the following described property, towitone rata distribution-he ftinde belonging to said state
S T recommenced the above North iu Send your onler as soon as prflcticable. A sample bay Mare, about 8 year old, one Saddle and Bridle. The crediton tbeiwt; atwbicli tiinarfi* w
-S cf said estate. the public, that he ha* 6. in Township 2, Ktinge 2, and East, the amongst
: S; SLRAH'L.BETFON.EZtrL business fn Jlw city of Tallabawee, and would be County of Leon and State of Florida, containing 200acres of the Shoes may be been nt the store of James Kirk- Levied upon asjhe properfy of said Delendaut, and John DlReicbert will apply fur Lk fioaT dwebarg
at t Nephew iu Tallahassee. to bo od! to satisfy said writ
sey law.
according to
TURBtfTT JLHETTON ExtV.i plea 4rto flecva the patronage of kis friends. Shop moje or 1(-ts. from the adminwtra of wid estate.
E.r; 1lrACKBl7RN. KICHAKD SAWDERS Phi ?: J. CH ASE.Judga cf Ffota*:
i 4'4fUswlfe. at tko Rail ,! ,.: LITTLETON M. WHITE, Admfr.Dec. THOMAS .
t Montlcclh', Sep{ n, 18St 81 Sot i 23, ISot.; 4itdr -t.t-4'n
Mar '- 6, 16T.: 19 M Ot:1,13.

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