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: February 19, 1859
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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UEi'OUT OF' TUB riSUUDOT; -- --- -- -- --------- .
AM O DIRECTORS OF THE l By; the with the Tallahassee : --- ---- -- -
arrangement II. II of .vhat has
Company' already been '
e.xpeneled to section 'lthe/ '
I--I { the and sufficient
beginning 1) good the
I'LXSACOLV; & GEORGIA( KAIL-HOAR] I the you were adv of another.>eel at your last meeting: there! is no necessity: contract with "e sr: Cutt#, GilmeT \; < ., :ld for furnishing cr"' Sties mn3 :advance on account seemityfor of the Company.repa3iner.t of tho money they
r purchase Locomotive, until0 shall hate made and laying tho track i is ,100000. In vain will for thin
much greater progress towards the completion of oir road. As has been stated the you hope construction of your rO:1t. without
Report of the
and Tren tic! loss of
;t.ror interest if
The Secretary Jour present you are unwilling
rxtronlinary rains in torn a
Tff tic iucLLvlJt r*-Uculhucn : of the road heavy in September seriously: damaged apart !IIWS our present indebtedness to be, .' cf 1'u/kt elcijf, and tacitfces! and to incur son.e responsibility You look for impossibilities
now operation, but did not inttrrupt the business stock,
The Board of Directors flf the Pcnsacola and Georgia flail I'oaJ mote than one d.iy. The damages have been tlietoughly! repaired, capital Add the above estimate 8200,05151 : four your !President ali DirC'cton if Jon expect them tu build
mill the road $IO, Company respectfully submit to lie f-tockholdcrs the following! re- is now i.i good condition.: easy speculate on may
j oit of the progrcs of the road and the condition of the affairs of Until the 1st of July, the receipts of the road were not equal to and wo have to bo provided for -- I be done, and to find I fault wih: those to whom you hate intrustc
llio Company: the amount of its 8300,051 51. the: management of your strains, if they fail to accomplish
running But from the great
experience of This does
l 1W n detaih/d/(i t-talcmetit ol the! affairs of tile Conijiaiiy ymsaranI tho last two months, the* net expenses.receipts, it is believed, will be suih'vientto not include of thu purchase Company.of iron and equipments and the ordinary good for us all, with means altogether inadequate, but those who

attention: h rfjurfcied: to the Reports: of (ho Chief Kti- enable1 us to rtlie-tethe Infernal! Improvement Fund from the pay The means expenses hating bee-u ami want to enjoy the 'benefit of a railroad must e pl'c to ra)for it. Ifparties
set for the
provided apart ( interested in extension
giOl't'r cud: the Seenlarv and Tieasurcr uncut of the payment I tl.) early completion our road
which arc hciewith uJluint't interest on our guaranteed: 10Illl.fter the 1st of January of Messrs. Cutt, Gilmer Co. for the work have E will
!. T1 \.j l piotracte-el alienee{ ) of the Picfr.idetil rcndeiiel! it impossible next The gross receipts', for the months of July, August.' Stp do, th'Te will be no addition\, to liabilities they contractedto make subscription?, or advance money', or loan their names; and
our except for lie Stock If credit! the work will
for him to intistigatethese rt-l orts closely, but thu known !ember, Octobe and Noven.ber, w ere 67,030: ; but a large |put of His and Internal Implement Bond to which they will be go on rapidly completion. But it" they are
of thc .llicers! : IltitcJ.1 It unwilling to gitcsuch aid, or to incur any risk or poisilih''t'.
accuracy e ail"rds that wasabioibed 1 the ourpresent
assurance their / by
f present reports extraordinary repairs| necessary the value of this work will be added to the of be '
: pct petty Company must
an nliati.e; and furnish accurate infoimation the thedanu e fiom the rains in I progress arrtst.J.
on most important heavy Setdenubcr before alluded to, : .; OCGO. ,
subjects} : clainJig:! the: attention of the Suwannee I
the! funehel debt nnd
completion] Bridge, of Gulf! l II. II.
At the Lite vyour lt*\UlIU1II1Ju.jn the grading of (53 Halesof briny' l.:rrgy iccvtuioii busiiivtf, and slIl.llII&ttl.illI.r tn its the will be Cllltrll h:1 fWI AHigator tn
road: Lad hewi under anel! I Company increased -SW.OUO.+ Excusive of this, Jacksonville, and that the cliicient% President of that road has .
put (rohtiacl on 13 of which the: iron had profiu. Considering that butJ5 miles of tho road. are in operation, there uiniiins to be for the I purrh.ii.cd
Leen laid and (he* road in operation.; The grading! was completed and that it has been completed but little over six months the 'I'Ij provided ordinary e-tponsfS ( tl Cem- 3,000 tons of rail.which "i iron the road for about 3
amountof and the above of
; amount 83C0.05-1 51 the
j [ any on of iiile -ieavit'g }but ahout'25
17addjtiotrd payment I/ib' supply' in order to,
on miles >
and! I ImeJtl' iie-ily! completed and ready for business is Mich a* to encourage the belief and even confidence which the con plcte)
Company will its stock in the
own Tallahassee K. I II.: the road to Alligator. This
the snjicrfctructuie, betide a (-,JtI iJl'laLJ'luantitJ of "oik doneon that its ext> nsiun will i!! eiisiue a remunerative return to the! stockIn Co.,23 miles of road in successful with the : gratifying fact makes i ttiaof manifest -
tI ( a good of that iron connection between tho Gulf
<-1acJ''l.II portions of the line. -hie'rs. 'pltOl. fUJ.ly o at St.
All the rolling stock,-Kl miles moro ready iron, and Marks, and the waters at JackseMitiile arid Fernan-
trestle woik, culieiU and drains! To its extension and "ftlot11tic
uric completed to section secure completion, it is that those for the track 1 .
necessary, hying : leaving to be the iron and (equipmentsfor diva! must soon be mI'',.
till.l Since that! proidet
tier the ir interested
has should ,
: it been laid on 11! additional make greater efforts mal present: sacrifices: than this extent of road which
miles than : 11133now bought for $000,000in TIlet'1.tor for building our mad! through West Florida i i3
including turnout 11lnI.l'ldu
,-mskirg :1J5 miles of road now iu oj.e-ra- they tl'C madeA present contribution to the cash. :
now in Europe, and has been there fur several month
tioii.Tlio Company of an amount equal lo one.fourth of the money which To represent this amount cf indebtedness, $XOOOO and, to make the endeavoring
say to negotiations to enable him
work of necessary to the
1 Las will out
grading be saved hi the carry *
steadily (progressed, and a complete-el transportation of crops! : to market and tho vaii- furnL-h the means of and have
raising paying we as by thostLtelt'ut contract The President this
for K miles cal fi oni Tallahassee, (with! the exception of 5 miles) ous articles of consumption, and the l'lhlI1cell:11110 of land :appears ; saw ge'iith.man in London, and the
con- given in this from the
all of which report Secretary and Tn'asUer : parties with whom he was negotiating. IIe thinks. it not at all improbable
were under the! roll
contract at last meeting, and on those tiguous to will ensure its early cunpletiou. We will not County Bonds and Cash hand .
on $j2UOO 00 that he make the desired
much woik has burn done 'llu amount of grading; to be done ii repeat our argument on this subject, made on a former occasion, Unpaid Sub. County and Inditidual! ( wi negotiations. Our Contractor
t estimated at .10J, 17 culic yaid. but again! ail!;; your attention: : to the appeals made in tho last annual Amount i.i hands of. lOSH neglecting impoitai.t matters, has gone to Europe entirely
\gent?, this
2,185 02 business. Ho is there
Since last mh coutiact report'ahici: the on at his own expense, and at the sacri
your tturg a was madeith 'I 1 1110111:15.\11'! Direetors had the honor of submitting to 102 Shares of Stork Tallahassee .
lerfon fur grading H.ctiol/\o i2!, 113, 0-1, G5, t'iG and 157. .\ contract By iffeie'Dee to the Report' t of the Secretary and Tre'-ihurer you., it will LeI Value of 25 miles toad H. R. Cc :102,000. 00 lice of other. important interest, wli-h! would not be, if!he had: not
completed costing reason to hope for success.
was preciously' made with the same party| for grading sections I seen that the total Li.viuLITICS or TIM: CoMrt\Y: are StffiS..JGS( ('.(> Cost of other work dune
OS and 69.Ir.. A. has grading .c. 100,5(52( 81 Tho question of our Georgia; connections is n matter to which.
completed the grading of sections &J; 03, Of which amount there is due stockholders for stock, $11:!,' 11 2 Depots ;
OS and 01), and the dealing on 01, 05; 00; and (a/. ant Building, .1,1tt: 89Equipiiuits ) wo may now give our &ul'ltion. Tee progress of our work i is such
On the tth! of Spikes, Instruments, &c. 39,100 77 (that little doubt can In' cntfrt.-iilUHl that wo shrill have
day: April IKiS the Board: n
_.. .,. 'If_____ ... .. ...., .. concluded a contract S2jj.0! ( !r) 1 -- connection with and t'rnamlinn before rair01ul
W1Ul .'H'tlUS: J I1lI1l'r0.. tor gCluing tho :SU miles of road From which deduct tho amount: of Funded Debt, $;:G,000: 00 Jncksol.io any now
west from the town of Alligator, at winch paint our road v 8S U,035 93 in progress in Georgia Cll constructed! to any part of the hue of
( connects -- Add value of work!
with! the Florida, Atlai.tic and Gulf Central! 1 K. II., covering the en Leaving to bo protided for, 1 51TherKorcnrv tone and to bo done, our ro.vl. The time is therefore approaching when we may fix ourpolicy
Cults & Co.
by 230,000 00 in this!
regard and determine the
tiro length of the line through the of Columbia upon points of connection.
county and extend' AMI KESOCUCCS of the Company applicable! to the Estimated Cost of unfinished woik J up to if stockholders still favor tho scheme of
pug 11 iuih-3 ;into the county .Madison: to the point at which the payment of this: debt are sec. 70; 100,00000 tl the connecting our road:

grading contract, Messrs.with 'J1IOIIIutlId'rson Cuts, Gilmer; V terminals.Co. contracted In addition to furnish to crossties the Amount. of JiflVrson)Iadison"County Bonds" on c. hanJB3lOOo.e Yla of 253,007 acres of land, 500,000 00 In the Georgia beginning system.of our enterprise the noUl of Directors were

for 30 miles: of toad, and to lay tIle track and finish off the! entire Cash 18,700 -- instmctlt to correspond with the President of the Savannah, Albany .
instance for t200- S:>2,00000 8lC99,035 U :ld It. IS. Co., with a view to mako !
the :
ready cars.: I5y the came contract they! arc to Iin ivid. Subscription (considered good) 5'291 00 To which add Infernal Imp. Bonds issued I, ments with that Company for a :t flctOfarange.
construct a Ii.tot class coteivd : us, connection
budge, to built conncctonitl
on stone icrs and Com "
|; : but sold
} 07,933; 00 not 8181,000Do. the citizens of
abutments OUT theSuwamu-e liter, also PJOO:! feet of first class: tl es. C In )Lauds of Oilicers! and aralll se:1.d regard great interest
Agents udadjusted, i 2,1S:00 : to bo is-ued t.ti comp.of and earnestly to dl' the
tit, to include a bridge OUT the Ocilla river and trestle ltOILt't extraordinary course cf the Sa
llickslutin Pond and probably' all other trestlcworkhich a over the be u 313 Due Casks for mules f sold! & in Mad. Co. coupons, J,15100 r : $-':OOOOBI,031t 0 \unalI, Albany and Gulf: Company, of which you were "d.isl. iu
may o Spikes, 2, 11)0 GO -- the J Report of the Directors Dec 1 I57 has
required in the! of MaJi.-oti. set bar to
cuiii.ijt They n
arc to
ao; payho' engiiHH.iing First Mortgage Honds Endorsed
on the! miircork.. 181,00000 82,; 0,035 93 the renewal of negotiations with that Com pan .
Tliis 1 i iUl eij-enses} ortaut contract will not demand the 1000 Shares, Tallahassee It. 11. Co. 100.")O 00 At the imitation of certain panics in the city of London, the President We presume that the policy of this Company, heretofore expressed -

Part: of our fcubtciiption to the capital stock of the expenditure of 'any 1110pJnlultM 1 j3(07 acres Land, valued! say 500,000 00Stk0lh1(0 was directed to proceed to England, in the month of Augustlast by the Directors and :ppr.elIIIJ the stockholders, is. unchanged.
Company. --- with the view of endeavoring to negotiate the Uonds of the Wo exclude Ihe
\\ not State of from
Georgia the
l to
+ agree'l to be made 6 ul access
aie 1 ; OOOO in stock! of the
6r 0OCO in the first t Inteuial Company, ; Company)', and to purchase the iron necessary to complete our road Gul, : may give our assent to a connection with our road in
pied tu be issut'dIJ.\: 'moatgngo the yitt section of lump the'rovcmcmt Infeinal llonds, author- To which add value of road completed. and cost of He sailed from New York on the 1st of September, and retutl.d to vicinity of Quincy, from the direction of Hainbridge, which has
JmIIOHCuttt work clone, Huilding, &c. 700,000 GO Tallahassee on the 17th insf. We : to that he been the
.\ cf Januaiy G, 1&:: &, for the tfuMaunee fridge and Equipments regret say was disappointed subject of some correspondence; and much comment in thonewspapers.
110,000 -- in making the desired! negotiations. Some of tho reasons Wo have heretofore i
acres of an qualityof the land which signified our willingness to permit
average to the
entitled under the pio\i;.ions of ihe Company arc 1,000,781 GO conducing! to his failure hate LCl'l alluded! to in tLis "POI t. But a connection, at a time, and on fair term, through tho
State (iOWWml..t: ,, for the 3li( miles giants of road from the Tederal and Small as tIle indebtedness! of the COlop..my is in ccmparion with for the peeuliar ditlieulties with which he Lid to contend, you aro county of Hamilton, lropr ofllIapaha.. Oa this. suIjec fri udlyo'crtures

contract. ciiihraccd in their its 1'.r.l resources:. .: and property) it seriously embarrasses our Opllatons referred to his letter addressed! to lion. D. W. Gtvyun, President ha't been, on sevl'rl made by olliccrj of the

I Uy: the execution of this contract, the construction of the entire hy the coin nr..I'GI, rcial disasters cwt(t TPruw'rr1 year, .1'011 U;li"l flork' lun.' pro l,21.au.! ., "iGI'Ur 1"1. Xl .l" ." m.t'ttcu tnlUUUk .... iMtv.4 Brunswick; .J'U. i-.._and iJ...Florida L.-.-. ..H H Company.. *-.-, *..v ". "jW btoC UOHi ;i. _.
line of our road from tho junction \\ith the load to St. MaiLs at been unable to dispose of the Internal Improtcrnent Bo.ids issued with the comtrucliol e-ftlrc road' ?, is .calculated to discourage tl.o the crude and hasty manner in which this jeport has been

Tallahassee! to a junction with! the! toad Gem Alligator to Jackbon- for the purposo of enabling the Company: to purchase iron and stockholders.. Hut our present failure I I'r no means justifies the apprehension He arrived in Tallahassee on 'JmrdJ evening, greatlr) preptrc.If1

vine awl F'I1J lIIdil\ was secured: I In view of the comparative equipments for the road However good their intrinsic value! theirLiarlel of future disappointment Tho difliculties of the times from a long journey, and was obliged to leave on Saturday !to cna.

small amount of our UIJ CI ij.tillll, and the! want of csi: resources take has not been established.; No ono can give a fair and have been such that not more than two or three Railroad Companiesin ble him to reach Madison in! time for this meeting. Ho has been able

this contract is a favorable, one to the COUlI1:1l1Jhilc it ii bclic\cd impartial examination to those! bonds without admitting: : the suficien-! the United States, for the last! eighteen mouths, hate been able to 16 give but a cursory examination! to the Reports of tho officers of

the contractors: will realise a good pro lit. cy of the security. But not being at present maikctabl.; *, they make negotiations for the purchase of iron, except for cash, or inelitiilual tho Company ant ho has teen unable to Imtcthe benefit of time

l>y the terms: of tho contract; the entire woik is to bo done S(1 to be regarded solely as. subjects for pcnnanc it i.ncs'.mmf, security deemed to be equivalent to cash, or for State Bomb counsel and suggestions of Mr. t who in Li j absence acted

l I'J the ht of January, lb((U. He contractors commenced operations and, notwithstanding tho unprecedented abundance of money, of established credit which hate only been taken at tho rate at as Prcudeat pro tern., and who i is:W)11 IOW oat of the state,
in )In)'. They hate completed the! trestle bridge acioss there is an equally unprecedented disinclination of capitalists! to put which they could be converted into cash at the brokers' Board in State. .

the Ocilla, -100 feet in length and some drains in :Madison\ and their money where they cannot at a moment realize the cash, should the city of New York. The few exceptions are companies in which It has been also im(>osViblo to ILtLin:1 meeting of the nO:1rl of

made much progress in the construction of the Suwanueo Britl;". they ever desire it. I is for this reason thai money is loaned on capitalists had become deeply involved en account of reads in pro. Directors until this: morning, and it is proper to state though

'lliey are pie :;resingidi: Lilt! :abutments. and much of the stone I cal in London at 1 $ i per cent, and in New York at :per cent. (per gV, 'ss, and who found it necessary to make further advances to con- this report has lieen submitted to a regular meeting of the Hoard,
. inquired] for the piers has: bean quarried; and with ft steam saw annum, when tocks of undoubted character, paying fiom ( to S tiuuc or complete he road, with a view to sate the amount of in. and approved, time inditidual members bate not I been able to give

mill which they have erected, they! are I progressing rapidly with t per cent, are much below par. Till greater confidence is rEtof'l. vestments preciously made. special examination to its details.
die \ e>od woiL. Tliey have graded 10 miles: of road, and arc now and the spirit of speculation begins to revive, our Bonds cannot bo The stagnation in the money market cannot long continue. Money All which is respectfully submitted.

vn ;iged on the heavy woik a few n.iles! wet: of tie! town of .\Ili- disposed of, except at a ruinous sacrifice. At present, the stagnation never was more abundant than at present, and capitalist t re F:. C. C.\BELI. PlSIDC T.
-:;ator.ona.ir progress, as was the case with other cwuL-actors, has of business e-qusls the plethora of moneyo' cannot, there- covering from the cflects of the late panic, will not be satisfied to :Madison\ C. H., December 20th, 1858.RESIGi3TIOli .

::been considerably. iinjHtlevl" b\. the unusually favorable 'H':1 llct of fore, make! the item of 81SIOO uf First Mortgage Bonds endorsed receitelj or :(por Cl'Ut for their 11101 3when favorable: oppoituni!
the late summer and fill, but there is little doubt that they will Cie- by the Trustees of Interal Improvement funJ"availaLI" for tics present of making investments in securities;of such undoubted

t cut their: contract and in a manner altogether! satisfactory to the tho payment of debts note pressing upon us. character as this Company is prepared to offer. Within the periodof OF :MR. ('MBELL. _

Com i>an r. 'i\. nn-il.lntlin Company to realize! .the private subscription,' now reduced tho past_ two !months, there has_ been : decided change for 11 To the SlocVioldcrs of Pen. and Gco. 11..1:. Co.: -
A special sub-tCMpti'tn! hating: been l made: tor the constructionof by payments to $5 ,S91. the Dirl'corsW" instructed l-y better, and from obserliol mm'.mionnauou o .iaineu ujr the 111- tLC _
,1 !!ranch road ti the town of Montictllo, the Ho.nd of Directorsput you at your last meeting, to institute suit against the delinquents.: sident a* he passed through New YOlk and the city of Richmond, GEATtEZticx : In my communication to die Hen. D. AX'. Gwynn

the work under contract, though;; the amount subscribed! was Suits hate been instituted in many cases, and judgments! recon/t'tl I on his relui from Europ he feels! much confidence that negotiations (referred to in tho report of the President and Dirl"cor) acting

somewhat: less than: the! estimated cost: of the dealing! grubbing, grad. Hut appeals hate been taken, to hate a final: settlei.K-nt: piin- I can, at no ti t:1t be effected for the purchase of all the President of your Company, during my absence from the State, IdedueL

lie and draining, which is $1 12,500.1 ( 'Hie deficiency! however, is cipleson which the judgments wero rendered by the Circuit Court. iron icqjiied for our road. desire to retire from the Presidency of
small, and will, we hope, be supplied' by the citizens of .Monticello. Until; this final adjudication, a largo amount of this subscription will very favorable exhibit of the affairs: of tho Company whichwe my your Company.
Tlio )length of this branch is neaily .1 miles '11", clearing is all remain unpaid. Hut it is hoped that the Supreme Court will, at its i are lOW enabled to make, tho vast excess of property and resources This communication is made part of t.t report and was expected

( () cubic yards cf excavation and ellll'll1 kmcnt. 30MX ,- session in January, settle the questions im'oh'et favorably to the over and above our present liabilities, and the amount necessary by me to bo read at this meeting ; but, to my disappointment, it has

(; ) cubic yards remained l to l I" done on the :JUst of October. Company. In that event, we shall probab'y soon realize the greater to complete the! road, the great extent of grading now completed not Lcen brought by tho Secretary, with other : from the office*

In replyto a communication from the citizens of Gadsden county, part of the unp:1it private subscription.Of and the fact that our land grants will soon be adjusted at Tallahawte. I am induced .take this step 1:1pr a pressing necessity .
.tho followir." resolution! was adopted by the Hoard of Directors, the itl'l 807,933!} due from counties," t'uero is due fiom making available one of tho most important resources uf the Company -
to give more to privato affairrj than is
on the -7lj! day of ;\pI ill hut : the county of Madison :(: OO, which from reasons well known to p ,-all placeur, Company in a position which it has never ire-l my compatible
licwlcctl. That: this Comjany<< will undertake to build tho road you is let now available. fore.occupied. The suspension of the operation of track-la)irig has with my sense of obligation: to iho Company so long n I continuo .

from tho Ocklocknw river tu or near tho town of Quincy for a Tho Commissioners of tho county of Madison addressed a communication been a great disappointment to the Directors as to you ; but this its President l

subscription of $100,000 from the citizens, or county of Gadsden, to the Hoard of Directors in tho month of June, requesting has only involved a loss of time. Our road may now, and n e hope No one in our community, 1 am sure, has tlkel a deerjer Interest
and will undertake to< build the road through Apalachicola river them to call a meeting of the stockholders of the Company to will be, in full operation by the spring of IbOO. 'lliis: confidence i is in tho welfare of the Company, and none could have devoted himself .

for a subscription tif :v 1.10,000, payable in such instalments as may take into consideration) tho question of the subscription of Madison based: upon reliable information, aud in accordance with the opinion more assiduously to the duties of my office, than I hare. I

bo called for I by the Directors as the work piogie'sscs, or in one, two, county. The DirecLora thought it inexpedient at that time to attempt of well informed parties in this country and Englanel. Negotiations have done this at a sacrifice of my private intcrc&U t an extent

and three years or longer, provided contracts at fair rates can be to convene the stockholders, and now respectfully refer the arc now (tending for the iron and equipments necessary to complete that cannot be known or appreciated.

made for the! work, lunt-able in such subscription, of the county or matter to this meeting for their intelligent consideration and action. tho road to the town of Alligator. Hating acted as President from tho commencement of our organization

citizens The statement of the affairs of tho Company shows that thu payment \Ve have now a most valuable property, with tlt prospect that I have had difficulties to contend with, 1 smell 1 portion of

On tho 3d of fpfombor, a committtx appointed! for this purpose of the whole of this subscription is highly important, if not its value will soon bo increased many fold. indebtedness is which only are known to the inditidual stockholders; but, disregarding

j repotted to the Board of Directors, that a subscription had essential, to enable. us to meet engagements a portion of which at comparatively small, and with the cordial co-operation and reasonably these difficulties, I have struggled again obstacles which
'been tnado of SUO/200. J1ie amount subscribed is less than was least wcro made on the faith of thU, particular subscription. active eflbrfs of those interested in the welfare of our Compu. would have discourage ono less interested and )less determined on

r'tJuin"II1Y I the resolution of the Board, and is payable in notes, but At your last meeting you instructed the Directors"to retain, if it can be easily arranged. To secure the payment of success than wa. greatest d1*cults bi cr inducting such an
with the h"ope that contractor will: be found willing to do the woik possible" Jour stock in tho Tallahassee K. II. Co. They have. not part of our liabilities, tho Bonds of tho Company have been l hypothecated enterprise as ours are always encountered in the beginning. These

for the subscription' the Hoard cau ed an advertisement to be made felt authorised to dispose of this stock without further instructions and may b sacrificed by forced sale, unless! provision can have been successfully overcome, and fe have twenty-five miles of

for tho conduction of the road-ed! from Tallahassee to the vicinity (rom you, so long as there was a possibility of realizing money from be made for the payment of the debts. I should bo our first ob road in successful operation, from Tallahassee toward Alligator,

of the town of Quincy' the proposals' to be made by the illth of the other sources. But there i is a present pressing necessity to payoff ject-to take measures to prevent this s3crifcl. Our creditors are our point of. junction with the Central road, which "iy" ns a

present montlu our indebtedness, and the Directors think it better to sell this, reasonable and liberal, but now : partial payment of connection with the Atlantic at our two most important ports, and
At the request of the subscribers! in Gadsden county, the Engineer valuable and important to our Company, than to sub"* our obligations to them. we have the residue grde or secured t be graded iu the course)
of the Company was directed to make further surveys, witha Iropert. sacrifice which would probably result from a forced That our road will bo completed by tho present or some other of the next twelve ., everything necessary to put the roadin

view to a slight deviuion from the line adopted, so as to cause sale of the Honds. Company, no man, with the exhibition of our progres and the state operation, except the procurement of iron.

the load! to pass a little: north of the town of Quincy. This:. survey For the reason hereinbefore stated, we have net been able t make ment of our affairs before him, can doubt. Wo are confident thatit We have a comparatively small debt to Le provided! for and the

has not been completed. Mr. Walter GW.'IIII>, tho agent appointed our valuable! land grants available to us. This vo coul not well can be done with our present means and resources, but its com assets and property of this Company to pay this debt and to complete -

| to select and appraise the lands granted to the Company do till the lands to which we aro entitled had bees st apart to us pletion will b dela.ed. unless active and vigorous efforts are made our road ate three times the amount. Bat, to maintain our

reports that: the amount of lands which the Company will obtain on by the proper authorities, nor till they had been tined and appraise by the others interested, to aid the Company in credit and ensure the early completion of the road, it ia necessary

the line from Tallahassee' to Alligator is :J( 3Q7; acres, which he so as to enable us !to know something of their value. \Vo raisiug money, for it is manifest that we cannot at this moment ne- that our )present indebtedness should be d'ischar'gedTo accomplish -

appraises at an average of about SC per acre. There is no doubt a few days we hope, have tho grant frog; tho Federal Guyennmcnt gotiate our 1st Moitgage Bonds at fai rates, nor purchase iron this, t is manifest from the exhibit made b the report of our

that on Uie completion of the! road: the Company will bo able to finally adjusted. It 0 will then be in our power to etcut wit them. We feel confident that difliculty will bo removed, officers, the resources of the Company axe aple! j the Stockholders .

realize a: uach lar-c I. amount. 'Hie precise number of acres cannot and issuo Bonds secured by mortgage or deed of trust on to laud', it is all important that the continuance of the road should wi L true t temaers You expect to enjoy

lie known till the final action of the Commissioner of Public Lands, or wo may make direct sale, a there can L now so question that not longer bo delay ed. the necessary to enLIo you t go oa wit your road to com.pletion .
on tho application of this Company to hate their lands set apartto tho title of the Company will bo indisputable. Indulging the hop While we cannot now purchase iron with our Honda alone, wo unless you arrange or discharge jour present liabilities. 1
them. In this there has been an unaccountable! delay, and that wo should bo able! to mako :favorable negotiation of tho can make a contract payable half in Bonds and half in Cash, and therefore most respectfully urge you to consider this jour first duty,

though the application of this Company was tho first made, the final nal Improvement Bonds of the Company, tho Directors thought it we can purchase with the Company's notes at eig''t' ten and twelvemonth preserve your good name and crt: unimpaired, aud there will b
adjustment has been withheld, though action has been taken on the advisable to keep our lands unincumbcred, and to offer them for possibly longer with individual personal endorsement One no difficulty in the future.I .
application of other Companies in this: State shade subsequent to sale, when the road should have progressed towards completion. of these plans -wo recommend t those who are more directly interested beg you to pardon these suggestions ana t Lo assured that

ours. But the iieidcut of this Company has been recently assured This i policy the Directors would now recommend, if other means in the extension of tho road. After laying the first 13 they are dictated purely b a feeling of deepest interest i the success

by the Commissioner that definite action will be taken in a few can bo devised of paying off our indebtedness. Wo think $50000 miles of road, our operations would have been dehyeed as now, but of your Company. .

days and that the lands tn which we are entitled for so much of the very lowest estimate which should be placed on the 25A0 for the intervention of gentlemen, chiefly in the county of Jefferson, In retiring (fOUl the active management of ,'ou road, t which I
the! r'jad as lies between Tallahassee .\ will bo set apartto acres which we have contiguous: t the line from : &I.! who were interested in the extension ot the road into their county. have devoted my best energies and to which I have given my whole

the Company. Tin's it is hoped will facilitate tho negotiations li"alor. By this estimate, their value, after satisfying the claim'cf They advanced the money necessary to purchase the iron and took time, I congratulate you ou the flattering exhibition of your affairs
necessary to enable us to complete! tho road. jFessrs. Cults, Gilmer &Co., is placed at even less than 82 ifcr such security for its repayment as the Company had to offer, whichwas which you are able to make to the world, and I take this occasion

In addition to the rolling stock on Ltndat the date of the last acre. We shall probably realize a much larger amount This nuo- then its'First Mortgage Bonds at a stipulated rate.Ve recommend to thank you for the confidence you kayo reposed in me, and for thakindness

annual Uepoit, Limo Director Iwe purchased wheels! and axles and her of acres is all the land! we shall b abe to secure contiguous $ taro :adoption of this expedient by those more directly interested and courtesy I have received from you. .
other iron-work for ei"ht cars, which are now bring constructed at this part of our road. By the terms Federal and Slate gran\ in the extension of the road into the county of Madio. With the assurance that I shall continue to feel tho same interest.ia .-

the Workshop! of the Tallahassee I I':. K. Company. 'l1le.'Q will we are entitled to claim over 450,000 acres, but the deficiency mutt confident that if one half the amount: of the cost of iron, the welfare of your Company,

soon be completed, when we shall J have on tho road 30 freight cart, be made up on other parts of the line which we are not now t I spikes can L placed in the hands ol the Directors for this (rps. 1 have the honor to h .* .
work Our that the excess of lands in West Fit if the endorsement of tha Company's Very rtvjjfcclfulljr, :. "
which will probably bo sufficient, for the business of the road when on. agent reports : or we can prour nots : >: -
it stall be con'pl<'tt'tl' to MadisonCourt !II QUSE'. They hare also had' ida is more than sufficient to mae vp the deficiency in tho Midt t work of track-la)ing will; soon be resumed.. Th benefits cf the Your ob't aerv't'Vk. ::$:

bui't'! an excelL>nt Baggage: and Mail Car, with comfortablo se slur District.. road will far- exceed the amount of liabiIty!;' thus incurred, and the tV.
of !lctn the if they da nut wWi to tako our BouuV held the. u !!,sAtsu C. II. D". 20lh, 1859. C.\BfL
;ai>J passenger": : and me now building n passenger car .}"t c hnltat cost..H** com. roadbed- ', in -adelitiou C pJe'l may a -; .
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x.illgteiouI Mat-viand. Jane- B. ,
Another Negro Sale. (If lesson the Clerks ut" j jand
I Revival of the "XVIIrnot Pro Uo.
!i-ibia & onrnat.I New; I"ll1 On Monday last, Col. Berry disused of another I most cxten of their and the Committee on V Henry Winter Davi. nil An.eriean; j I Tii.W.iliiugtoa. 4-rrl-wrusTerlt! ,.( the N. Y. V
t f 11.t le"c DaysMr. powers ; r.'w; fi.-John L. Mil-on, and Win. Smith, both j t Eviwi'1'.i Po*;, -'nl.mg: (If the lobby influence
Grow struck the true chord yesterday with lot of Negroes, at prices eaalng the highest fig j Enrolled tills in the Senate not being able to give !I II Dciiuicrat?. j! '\\'c-hiI-tII.: -: "It is understood that one steamship -

._ __._.-.r._ a._ _.___ regard to the (organization of 1e\9 Territories by ures paid for the name species of property at any I that accimle attention. to Bills which is so impor- 1 North C.uolittt'-Jol.n A. finor.! and I!! ct.rnIIIJ; aU l ne sulfuriC to fillY all the: expensesof
ghint? notice of an arnendraeLt in due time, : Vance loll American* nnd Alfnd: 31. ScaUs and an i>iT't hal who occupies ft high position in this
TALLAHASSEE : .Mo other point in the South. One boy aged brought tint for the Bill i i reported II) the Chairman of : ;
he will the covtrmmt. That vfikiHl l !live in this city in the
move M. Shaw Democrats
t Lll organizing Territory $ a man aged S5, a sort of blacksmith, was the Sen.te Committee enrolled though I Henry _
; as properly .
Arizona, affirming slavery has no light to 6:5' 1 South Cm'olilt.l.-Ii1l..kl' I_ Ronham, 't\ rim. \" mo t extr vagar.t stjl k lie keep open Louts,
SATCHDAY, FEUnrACr 19, 1859. diet therein. As several of the most conspicuous knocked doa$1505 ; Abeam aged 24, was sold such was clearly alJli tnkc. I| Boyce, Laurence M. Keitt.: John McQueen% and W. rides in Ioh I1i(5t5Carri5ge with lirfrie ,servants

V .-.- --_-:-------- -= .-= and det '*d of the Kansas Border Ruffians have a H.LO; J.itl ton. 20, at gl,205 ; Logan 25, at Tile Pill a* actually pal',11'iIll1'Iy provides for a :j Porcher Miles, all independent Dtmocrats. l.as Mspriv.it. l-oxat theth! :! .. Bttdlds all levee,

rMr..J.J. SrlIAArK ban bern .i.p. iutLgcnt gone to Arizona, on purpose to plant ,!u HIt therein I $1,305 ; Henry. 29 at 1.:2l; Joe, 19, at f 1-O; | Road from *-nie point on the Bay Apalachicola I; (.' l.imjelf. Hi at the Inst sesrtion of Con-
this amendiucnt will naturally provoke Joshu.i'Hill and Robert Trippe'mHi'nnc.. esfM'iises,
to receive Adrcrtlaenient Ac, for the j
Subscription 'lr.tw" We a-k that it lij lost Nancy, 23, at $1,13 ; Rebecca. 16. al $1,240. The j or St. Georjr Sound to a point of junction with j James ore estiraated: at about thousaoddollar. !
c to give In the ctlue of the rf i-tant. 0:1' may not I .Al..bIlW.-W. I:. W. Cobb J. I. M. CurrT.F. pres. twenty-five .
V Proprietors. 'tNtl.o for tb. .. r.lpa through any Republicans: : Vappenini'to L(cut of lot (mlralfo twenty-one, including two or three' i j the Tallahassee Railroad, or to a point or.e mile die : Dowdvll, (:'orc1 S. HousK-si.- Sy..ney Moire, LTi .*' He is not a 'rub' tnams. and his 6u2nry is tnly ,

.I'I- I their scats when the vote .hal be taken. I (')negroes one nearly blind and seven: or eightchildren I tant from the city of Tallahassee and south of the R. Shorter, James A :Stall'vorth all Democrat-, 1: >:J isitm JHT annum .

C2T, Mail r< Hice.--e Post ( flkc koj.encn i The Savannah Rrp'fjcfn. commenting on Mr. from 12 yt-i'.rs! old down to 6 month, and line of the Pensneola and Georgia Railroad. This ( and the cr-tir delegation from that St-Ue. 'lh- .oorr s-on.l -nt of the New York Daily Xtr
RiV."I 1 ] shamel:" intriguej
ll"ltri.-Fran P. Blair Republican. Samuel : lie open nit r* '-urnoiirtnut
Sunda's bf-twecn the "lur." of 12 I aud 1 P. iii.TLLAI1ASEE I Grow'sl.rcp.rJ revival cf the Wilaiot lrovis", j jWe the average IriCC.lti.1 was over f i iO. The term lathe provision of the first section of the Bill at en- Woodson.. American. :iiai''i-( .--cfa iK'blv'repreienlatiTeof

spyp j I were credit first of January 1860. with I rolled, and i i. entirely inconsistent i with the second KtltdJ.Hl1mphrt'Yar..hl111! and Wm. 1. Un1 I the proudest tJ European iiatU'ns, continue to ei-
LtRKLT.k regret to ee such a ir.ovctnert nt this day. j j 8 per cent intent. Anot >er negro was 6 Id for i( section which ,stricken out but Inch nevertheless 1 derwood, otli American cite comment in social circle Upon a recent occasion V

k TAI. t*n i.rrFeb.:. t?.t J9. I The whole country. is !irec1AI..disgusted' with the I j tl.-OO. ialfcali nl.J the l Iwilaace first January. at in the Bill i iI T..IIJI.u.-Fl.jX K. ZolliroftVr American. : : his mistress and a iCe juet at the same reception' -
S': negro agitation and it isM.) timt it was placed at i appears : Trxa*.-Guy; :. Biyan, )..lIIocr31.11 : What a comRU-ut upon f.ishionable life in
Tbe fur buiulivd l.al.
COTTON .. ? Oroin.r j !I S cell?. These'prt round pi ices,--:iudtfd quite have made thi explanation of the provisions I \Yas.idgton! ?"
I ret fu rev r. We hope fct I least. that the Soutlurn ( 10-1 .\ the Republican"members: of the n..n't'to it III : Citj
"I GooJ
Good Ordinary ; Mi.lUl.i.g ; MMdling 1 I
Middling 10 a WJt eta. Pull nurUUSIA f \ members will not lend thrir Kid to the puqwves of j i beyond the reach ofjcKir men. Advocates for tiereolemling of the Act, inauuch RS it is one of grealinijiortauce I the exception of tWtlve, votl in .n body a gain*ti ----- - ----- ---- -V

i 1. this tllack Republican fr.n Pennsylvania, by contesting I (.(the t trade in Wool" are increasing.An I and Wing an act of incorporation is not subject to j i the measure. The pas-a'c of the bill caused great H.tRKIItt, ::1

ILuD.baltalt hEIR A 1 tX>LE!.' rWto" lroL.r. I' his amendment. That question has' Already I investment in : ship load to be landed on the the iiual LegUlaive remedy for cases of error. It !j rejoicinz. A large l IHJIlyif strangers fnl I citizens On T bur*!In Y rreninj. the tutu: inst. bj the Kev. G, C. 9.Johnson. .
o been settled the i if Northern I serenaded the Senators
by Supreme c.urt.nd :| on Saturday night Oregon V Mr. Ell\\.\ln JOHNSON to M N IS.T .
of HUI ida would be Who'll take
coast profitable. is clear that tlue of the act that are
members ,'i continue the discourtesy ever fling : portion : and the friends i of the Oregon bill.i I HA1.K:, Jau3iter! uf tae late John W. lIal Ie, all of Leon
t I)!:. Josis, one of th
V i temporarily)' absent from the State and I.Unswiciate ,. South. why let them l.4 ..ati6e.I.RS the amendment .. out bythe Hou e are not Law.: There will probably were called out and they, responded in short -

i fully autorizc, to tract all business will I.e I nullity the moment it is passed, and can William and Mary College of Virginia was des.troyed U no: ditHculiv in *o amending the Act at the j I j Fpeecln, and the Vice President in his remark
I in no way arfcct the interests of ourpeole.| The took grounds in favor of the purchase of Ilrni5.
lire the of the 8th inst This strong j jj )
with the old aflVirs of by on
his the Morning
1 name coonwtcd Wihnot Provi has I been, pronounced unconstitutional next *< sion a* to t ake it 'ulire:1Jc"lJurn to thet Cuba.

office. and void by the highest judicial power in was the oldest collegiate I inttitution. except Har'ar. intrusion of the General A' /'IIIU '. j I 'I

-. the land, and Congress may continue to pus tlln University, iu the United States. I was fluttered I JNO. B. GALBRA1TII. !| LATE: AND l INTERESTING FROM! MEXICO. \ 1'O1T OF ST. MAIKS.'I

New Firm. 'lli doomsday. without keeping one negro out of in 1CU3 by King William: III and Queen Mary who /ea 'f1' (lht Jlout of JfprtetaHrtt. ;' New YORK Feb. 12.-The steamship T..cn"c'f'e i _VV_ __ _
In the ppropr'ute column will I.e fen the dvcrtisement tU!T.rriori"that would otherwise, i go I.d'- gave out of their private means nearly .2.noo> Fter j - I j has arrived r4'1II't'ra Cruz with dates firm that i ij ARRIVED,

V of a new bn"ii.cs 1.\1fin tl-ecilyof Why 10t, stop the trcanaLle folly at once. ling towards erecting the necessary building"- Important Law Keform. J JMK.SSRS. port to the 9th ill t. ? | XVUi 1 3. Steanur 3hijjmiohh,, --.. Irma. l.y

Fernandina. The rcriior member of that finn (Ex- We eufc.ti to surprise at such language a this )[a.li"n. Monroe Tier, I Em.mrIL4-lu[ the letter of the New York I News from the Capitol announces that Zualojja J Wctt. the left same slay *>T New (%kar.K ttlm.I .
proceeding from a journal (If attachment I'rtident J.ferl. 110 has alKlicated in f.ivor rf Jen. Miramon. The lat- j I took on lioanl almut 150 at IbIS
of the ci
Gov. Broome) l is K well known as a business mane unquestionable with Chief Justice Marshall and Gen. Scott, were I jeducated corrcsjiondcnt Savannah publican, pubXshcd the 2d anJlllllthliat..ly terror pt ; HI aI
t'r'as installed President on February t had on beard al-out 9> Iftdtun. 79 noftiile J ,
to institutions and OI
rights a,1 iu that of the lh will find :;
>( the first character, n to command for the new SuthC'f there. A large and \lu31.1e l1.rary. paper l inst. you re arrested all iwilitical prisoners lilxrj I j of the delegation.j .

Jll'U&the largest degree of public confidence. from one, too, c confessedly standing \11..n] the (:1011 numbering 20.000"lul" had been collected, every I the following |'aragraplii : I ated by Gen. Roble. He dismissed all officer *>n- I j CLE.\KEI>.
--- .Georgia platform." I i is certainly desirable that : .. Some.rs since. our State Lrjrislature nnicndrd j caged in deposing Zuuloga and) suppressed (;(0. 'I a
of which was lost. The 168th anniversary I I' Felt 14. Bart Samuel Jcxley! Jr.. Ha&n. Yew
A Novel I be placed .al rest ( but ole |I the cod of practice by a provision allowing I} Rot.lt-sncw-1nj'-r. Miramon ordered a foreed loan ,
Edbllo.i negro Ajitntion" "rl'fr ; was to have been celebrated this l'x-1'rrsi-: I! !i York, with 1,12 halos eottoo. a i7 cane* tobacco,
day. : march
Is be nt the Court House ; if the t parties to nil civil actions to te.tifin their own | of one million JolIar ; and was preparing to hide. box
on .
.dveri..II. given can only l.ur.l.a"A reuoition of llo j 463 1 rnd/e., 2 UK rkjb*.
dent Tyler, one of the oldest living alumni, hal j (case. An effort has been made in the present Lg-j i 1Il1inlt'ra ('ruzith 5, Monday and Tuesday evening of n Several tilities by a tame acquiescence in nneon&titutioiisllegislation Bri: L-iL-range, Ivart-orn. New York, 82O bales
I x 'Cek sides President in the absence of )liram. fl.
i-lutlire to this law. but
been selected as the orator and :t. George Tuck j rejH-al so great an outcry j i i cotton, 1 !bale! and 2> fii.l. *.
gentlemen, who hAve en it elsewhere: pronounce rather than acquire peace at such a dis as pott for the occasion. j against the repeal arose from the bench the bar j brother of Miramon eomtnandin:: f r..s at Zaeate- ] IN POUT.

i interesting in the highest grucdnll.rice, we say. let agitation continue-responsibilitj and press, that it has been defeated in the Assembly i j Ira", has met witht're cl..r..t'n.. Degol.ido ,
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l'.r'r: <;-n. fisihy: Noyes, ready or. 17th E. Rem-
I i is the with 32fi reurganizidtroops. ,
--- fur the not rCht .\ Whig Contention in by an emphatic\. We ln.rrowe.1 I this rd.rUlfrom :V threatening eapitol ;
consequence 'i uj-on "lr/lula. j The of Mazntlnn, by tht'lll.er-dl" is jisi.t.-i._ \ lo.dimig_
Interior Ilallroatl. England where it has been in operation for eap'ure
Unlf the A in II (
South. fir Whig ,
et'iriiuunication Mr. Galbraith.Jami'tLior t1 tht.rvl't from IWlinl a. tIle llh.lloll let lic.MIOIJ ( H'Vt'fIIlC'aN with the sanction (If the highest legal i coi>tirme.l. The French Sill] English (NlJIl1an.l"rsi ,
The Kpeaker I Rlpticfi does, that, the Southein IUt11..r. will Friday the I lltli in-I., and nominated William 1 authorities. It has keen ascertained in our own i[ succeeded in enforcing their demands at Vera Cruz |

V column, cxjoses st.n.e .rn.: mistakes in j l.t (content the amendment of Mr. Grow: we truM. Goggin for Governor, WaitUII. Willej' for Lieut j I courts, that the rhorti-t and Most accurate method !! and hijrh, duties were'restored forthwith. It i is Mai i GRAND EXHIBITION OF

the net as enrolled, entitled .An Act to ncorp I that they will rrtitt it to the last: i-streniity, and. if I Governor and Walter Preston for Attorney. Gtne: j (It gittint; at the truth of a case, i is by an I-5ulmimla- j ted that two thirds! of the revenue have been *,-
rate the Gulf City Mh.th.kri"r l Railroad C rnj y. I I tion c.f'h. parties wlm arc the nnt fnsiiliar with |I curtto England: and France. Time United Slates > ILLUMINATED PAINTINGS.r
>J borne down by a that Time I.ot.rie'"i made a ii:
I flC".i iii.ijmity. they "i 101 n.tt "bit' 1 the fact : and lIT: i.uiny cu**'*, this is the only praci !> Consul promptly protested) atftinst such inl."lf..r.ncf' V j .
j dke the dutt Washington from their( he foreshadowed the ground he will and Juarez sevmed i.meli fiuburra-fc'td in ILL l..kr t the ('ourtVhouse
I'cufcacola and f.eorela If ail road.-Jlr. ('8bdl' City "c. I .11 tiee whieh will satIa man of acknowledged lion cortej ; \ \ placv on Monday
Ifeporl.W isidleto talk about the:UIlrv1le Court havingsettled N-w York address of the, 22d inst., namely, a coalition i vety from fraud and the intrignee of conspirators j jj quence ofit.r.mY.L J \ > and! Tut sdny llLilt !IVbrnary 21st anti 22J,

e publish the rel.flt of the President of the the question. The, decision of tl.e Supreme Court," of all the <>pjf Jtrusalem ;
I tke, leading IJIlII.tr..f -ur citv bar, who has awaveopp.ms..i \- | .\ ()If THE ISABEL FKuM HAVANA. Fwrty ihimutinna from the f Mil and New Testaments
PenMcola and (;Georgia lUilroad. 6ulnliul to the as the Iuannal.Vein; well remarks, .is unlv a legal and Soutli in the: Prrsiderilial campaign, to detVa*. i I II Mout.t Veutin' at Niifht Israelitc ; -
i the new "ystcm, .Tue out in its favor ; cr- sinjtLe: Rest
znevtingvfSixkhuldtre hdJ iu Madison on (the 2tKh I of the the Butts is for CIIAKLESTOS, Feb. 13.-The Meanr4.ip babel arj -I
interpretation constitution ilf. and if the Democracy. hoping a position or I I in m."t'lllk .in l tyn1iijticximessi.n efoliniomi"I I J Jj .' Sea ; Nonh's Ark : AnimalsEiitciing. Ten Paintings
from Havana and
rived this List
I at .rt : Key
protect tl.ui 'ts j An effort to introduce tin much noedi-J reform W<>t. She bring* datts from loth points cp t. the ,
best and I all unp-'rall! led in beautv of color! ansi -
cur readers the most reliable source for 'ft14e South if ,it f if cufion.
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high has been I
durcgarded .
I loth in-t.i
V authority Florida was made ill her laSt legislature i but I All
I For the Floridian & are lighted who visit these Go
Journal Painting" anj
obtaining a of the nlFuiri aud and defied : The 1 United States Mail Magnolia Ar-
VI ( knowledge pruspects what curcty i h theie that i Steam-hip
11.1 Ii. t:1.rr"'Ri-- attention I been called I was thwarted through the invett-raleJq4itnm of the j jj see.
: .11.1 My having
rived at West the 6th i inst. fron New Or-
the Nw after this on ,
; *rf Company. one, reading report decisior. of the Key
Supreme Court will not be ia like Dix-rs or eii at 7 Exhibition to half-
House Committee the coranjer.ee at
since the adjournment of the General: Assembly LI) I on Judiciary. t us luciathat ban*. ( o1. Rector, the Indian: Agc.r.t.II:1'4 snweeded -
be1.ve in tbo
lifbttsUte certain constructIon'fctr
to manner contemned and past 7. Adimssi4.ii 5u cents Children anti
fD tiamplcd under rot! Hut; the act im-orjiorati.ig the (inlf City aud Intuillrlailrt.aJ another attempt will be made with better sue1 in inducing the great. r |>ortioii.f ..lIIinol.-s 25 cents. Servants
< road. admitting that the Dred Scott decision has settled to assemble at Fort Mviiroh will l.
I 1 cess at the .i'Jn. Tile which they- ready
Company, jkisscd at the last session I tinitilXt I 1 approval February 19.> lbii S
the .lue.tionii i there pool reason the | to embark on oard tlie Magnolia[ .n the 12th iD!'.. I
::S We are iwehetItoZetjator I" 'riln. of Georgia South should any why Iwo cry material errors have been committed i the chatigi has won for it..clfill England, New York for New Orl""IIIThe slentiltr will towh! at Punt -

for a copy iT two speech on the Pacific naiI I permit Congress to pass uneons.itu- in the enrolling uf said act, and as il is a matter of I i isornc I and such .f the other \American 1 Ie' as have tried Rasoti: on her r return and take on board the Arkansas 1 State Bank of Florida

by him in April 1S5S anJ January ti.nall""s in contravention of the decisions:of the import(, 1 dctm it ]roper, in order to prevent j I I it is certainly much in itfavor.. Nor is it unworthy delagation: of friendly Indians, ri'imberinjrtwen-I ,
.oJ.*lOnrree CowL '" Before: the Di cd Scott decision was made I! of remark thaljn the IV, and all the :Scininoles,, may !,* collected at I
and fi-r Mr. SlidtU*. any trrufcfvti impression tint may arito race t.f.I\ reform Great 7.1 L 1; .I hA
C, 1859, to Senator Mallory re. Southern lueiubers resisted the Wilniot Proviso | time rendezvous al-out sixty in all.: I SSEE.c .
under DnJlnJt set forth the provisions of the tharhr us actually j Britain has of late years far out stripped the United
the of We alxo A son .f the I'nited SUtes f.m-ul Helm died '5- *
l"rh.n ocqui.-itivn CuL. rf I orrn-i: iSITOKKS
measures on the t.f their unconstitutionally r.ntDtxc. fjO1C.1IT
States.' *
oLVigaUons to the hulL L O'B. Dranrb, of the j passed.I near Havana on the 25th January, by s'-arKt f.A"-r. !
but now since the !
House fur ..f the f the Committee Supreme Court j Tlie. second section of the Act as it now ar'1 '8rst'tlr..n".J 1 EXCHANGE; OX NEW YORK AND
mopy report .
j declared the South was right thall we f 'd our j jarus I BY TELEGRAPH THE: WANDERER CASH i O NEW ORLEANS
on Foreign Relations (of which 1.1 j is Chairman) on and and as it originally passed the Senate, was I FOR SALE.
.l"ietl.&urr.. 1111(1 the legislative-epart I jineut S.viNn. -\h. 12. Tlie Grand Jury today V
i the acquisition of Cul*. i of tlie into the bands .(the aboIilioiiitscubtcnting ns follows: -0- (010111 trtn l"in. for piraey against t'im.?. Ciirrie.. and:' I w. WM.: BAILEY, PrcsiJcnt.
----- I government ( j I SKC '*. nt itfurtltff ("acl<- ourfelvcs with an advance det I I' ts/t?. 8
sl.ailniiiiiience the mid of
at In
71 ore Indian cone AVe.t. : point Bay now in jail.
cwo by judiciary that their acts ? ApaLichicoI (Ii St. George'; Sound. lands sit I
In our ttlc rapliic column raentioniiinaJe i olthe I :rt nutc upon ARRIVAL 6jht- TIlE ,
11.11..1 in Franklin County and known by and .; Negroes for sale at Auction
Of what
of number of Srminale : practical value to the South is the Vn.Jcl 111"11' ,
conlernpLited departure [ survey* ..f\I. A.S iliiain*. Ail To\\'n hip S, Range: 5. I ILYVTEAN NEWS
for their homes in the Wet! Since the date of that, J..i"I. if Congress subsequently, pasean S. find ".., with the ,privilege in said Company ..f : A ME BIO A. New Y.>CK, IVK IS.-Tl. corre-pt>n I -nt of the I FIRST MOM Y 7V .\UClf.

dispatch j the I;. S. Steamer; Magnolia arrived: at St. act i coutrHvtidion theretotuhl not such a cxttndiii r their 1'oIl.llro'1! Fjj.II j-oint on St. George's New York Herald j-ulAit-iiestled.-tsils. of the revolution 1'IE1D HANDS-TI.I.MS CA-IL

.Mark*. (Feb. 15.) with; CoL Rector on IOlrJ. andtome conflict effectually exclude slavery from the Sound to the Apaacl) ! .
of the hostile ritories is though the I'ioviitself had l>een Ttr-I' and to the city .Apaluchicola in said County Coltoii DI'clluetlSd.. 1 the capital vii the 14th (.r Jarscary. 1. 1 girl Eliza amid l ChiM. Itt veers.h .. V
fcventy InJi.ns'watrs in the most direct practicable route to said city. -- --.-,- rendered without firing a Run Tlie EmjwrorScloiique !. :. If. DERBY,
nounced II Feb. 1-11. Aincrira
constitutional ? Does the A 11 r AX. Mcamnhip arriv..III -
women. childred and a few negroes-remnants of Jiejubliean tficnre to (.Ili",!!, i'. fiailfilru County, or to Tullaha.- I was eomptlled to take refuge (I'NIt the! Feb. It), htit'. SFor
: t night with Liverpool dates to Saturday
the rurtc of Bowlegs and Sam Jones, and twenty lieve that slave owner would take their slaves.: j| see in Leon County. a* may determined upon I byI January : 1h. eXt-itcd liloh on Uuird of a steanur under ihe elsirge

(.( the Arkansas delegation-ninety in all. into the new tC'riurict to incur the ri-k and exI i I said Company to such |joint (Ill the Talluhasstei of the Fri rich Consul. Sale
i Railroad, Oefwccn. Marks and Tallahassee! toj I ,
.i pence of a lpr'nlec.t decision ns to wh.thcr t.C: |j such joint on the Pciisieola: : aud Georgia Hailroa.l.Lc'l COMMERCIAL) : V DESIRABLE place ft residence near

The Tournament. )) Scott decision or Mr. (:Jrow's law was to determinelluir \\"t't'n Tallahassee nnd (Juincy, as may, II'J' mutual Llfrrjinnl Cottnu _J/'JrLd.-III ('( Cotton f.T t'.e MARKETS. .' /A 'faIuilaeaos-! l -otCeujs itt l tmc 5511)1 .1
t ere rbt.I to FCC that the editor of the StHtintlCrecent ; rights!'' ft rc'C\llUlt uu.ll1l diuli"fI. I.e dtrnljll'dupon by week reachedlO.miu bales, of -which speculators I New: ORLEANS, }'ttb. 12, (via New Yolk.))"ales narke. whim view tf the -.11i101: atoutoso lii i
iitndi pyg ins reFpvr __-_____ __ _, J..J. 1 ,:, -. 1 .._ -. 3 Z ,,, I J.L i .ill y.l.V.I'ii."a t -'' _- *, snlx or VII ". itr s.ntJ. II.rmol to ;Ill'tir 'the itmIttifll' ,
V which is evidently alarmed at the Firth Judicial Circuit. panics or cither of them last ahuvc named. UevlineU/ f.t anU partlctilarTy, upianud. ihe cemits. Sales for'tfie week Sl/HWand'reeeipti, CititUt ill a eomfortabltf .IwrlCr- Containing
prcsa Mm-
the "Lawyer" in the l.rau.iua'u'" suggests the From an examination .fthe House Journal, J..nI I decline was can-n-ti in con>eijuenee of the increasingrevei | C3.1MH against 61),:,") last ) car. Increase in reeeipt mrns.twoc.f thutttia isi, firr-icw.| m-w kitchen.
from battle
consequences apprehended grand to I |>ts in the t'nite-l -:1:11e"au.l the heavy arriulsoffeotton utl.tNiO l.al..IIII.1 increase all I and MimrnMn.u.e .
lfI 22 lliere
name of Hon. G. W. Call for the jiorts ,A% i ii a capaci., cistern
of the 11, 1859 it will IK.- that Mr.
'come in this ou Tuesday next As Judgeship uary seen Ingram, vessel during the week. The Kites The stock i is
I i i (f" vieiuity ou I :3 I.II>0 bule intl.eyar.1, se ItT, a pump. Ac. The
i would not be very chivalrous fur both the Sentitiff Fifth Judicial Cirlil The same writer also recommends Chairman of Committee on Corj'orutions, to which Friday were C.'MiO 1II..CJf: \\hich exporters amid NEW YORK Feb. 1-1.-'nlt' eotton mark
1 i and floriJiuu to charge upon] him of the Crtcrnt *- T. A. '1kntll. Esq, fi Solicitor. Of this Bill had been referred, made a report recommending Fpcvnlittors took I.IHXI, 'bales and the market closeddull. heavy taday with sales of 1.2M( I lale Hour ad 1 acres of this wood laud affording abuiwianceff fuel
Mr. Call he 'Ihe -lockCJf cc.t1ollill Liverpool wu-iIOtI\J vanmngnitii wiles of 13.50O barrels. Wheat linn borne formitnreai be ha.l
brother has says- Indejiendcnt of his legal know 1- various amendments to the same, among with the place- -Ufelr the
particularly a our over t.e way I of which :65.'" ) were American.Sfittt wile 5 finn sales :$,o> bu heU of L. W. DulU The
I edge and high attainments, we honor him, for the I Iuutlinching which was the (.I I.\\I IIlIlt'u.l the second Lest of titles will
raise the thus Trlck.-Manchester alt
the lirst iOe5"ere
been glove nnfarorable.
i t proclaiming f Spirits Turpentine dull. Rosin firm at 81.": itavs.Je.. Apply at this ofEee.
t that h.con"iJer himself equal to the occasion, the defence and deep interest he I.a'er j section as follow: Strikeout all after the enacting and the trade closed dull. It was Lc.lieH.lIhat Rice quiet "|I Ftb It). 1>5V. 8For

I HoridiaH will merely look on and report the re'ult, manifested in the advance of the Florida Railroad, clause and insert the following: 'That the said for India roods fpiuncrs would accept easier I -- vI -

remarking, however, that the New Orleans lu.in and w e hope that he will now allow ns to reciprocate railroad shall be lcalt'tlllt H ne j-oint: ('n the Bay rates. I Tlie Wakullu Times Wednesday says: Tlicrej Sale.

I: has clearly mistaken the character of the contemplated I the favor by placing him on the Bencli."- of.Apnliicliicol.i or St. (;c.lrI.'.- !--i'iii..l to 10e dtterI GENERAL; NEWS. I Ij were about 150 negroes from this port, went onboard A HANDSOME ROCKAWAY that haa bccaia

tournay. Living in a city whose daily I Of Mr.[ Donell" He, too, like Mr. Graham is a I mined as hereinafter. proi.led, to I/if ritiif Tallafiaxsee j War rumors continued to circulate. Paris letter ;i j the steamer Macttlin, hound toLouUianx : use, but is as g/md as new.

nmusc'ments are iulerlarde-1 ,'itI passages between young lawyer but an older mal; and for talent ; J'roridul That the said railroad shall not i I speak of great actn iiy in warlike pr"llIlrlltiml"| and j I Almost every stcarmr .amriesotfn-gs-olrclIem-tyfor I -ALSO-,

"gallants" nrnied with flu shot, brass knuckles energy, application, and a thorough knowledge of be located or constructed in any way or manner in j i there was A very jjen rill impress-on that A moment- :I Texas or J.oui'illr.:1. Some few have retorneil A MTViccabl-. large DRAFT HORSE suitable for
the Criminal he has but few I iolation of the vested \ IllS ends had approached. The stocks and public I Ij l.tI.en0111.1 i if } a family. TO i;n approved purchaser the
and other like elegant missile, it is not perhaps Lws ('\11 of his age ; rights of any other corpo- J I j securities on tlie Bourse were Mill very o'II>itivo I V they coulV I teims still be made! acconimodutiiig. price and
v Inch is made manifest from his rotion, te.. | -------- Apply to
turpri-ing that lie should mistake a simple challenge I f.e having I"tl I and lluctuating. England was exerting herself to I I'. IX BKOKAW.

t E from the Knight of Leon" to a manly trial associated \ith ioiiie of the most inijiorlant criminal I The Bill with the report of the Committee on 1 ...lIre r ace. and it i is believed that her attitude 1'roin" Kanoa Klfuary 10,185. 8 [*SVt5t.Clpy. V

r of skill iu horsemanship for a serious proposal. to I cases occurring at the last term of Court-cases Coqxjrations having been placed among the orders j will determine th:
in a regular Crescent I iovoh ing the question of life and death. Mr. Graham I of the day, cnme up on its second reading January I'I I had forbidden immigrant recruiting on"the Eastern I l./i./"fir'lI-Rumcrr Broome & Thompson
engage moe'rn-f'hl.c.u coast of Africa nnd Ma. The
Lipi ar. ,
< I princess LAWRENCP, K. T., Jan. 2C. 185?.
cIty tnelte, in which broken heads, disfigured faces I am aware is a young man of much mind I 14, when Mr. Munn, Representative from Franklin Frederick William luid j iven birth to a son. The j' The ; or1acLIacI1zazt 1"La.
Territorial will ,
and puTictured bodies are cJ]>ectcd to be numbered I but his:judgment as jet is nut lutcentJ! matured County moved to amend the first amendment re i BritUh government ha l pivcn i out large contracts fIr the present formation of n fourth Legislature constitution provide for the -
j' for that office and the Committee follows '! for c niiuii and >owdcr. The China; mail eoni I rpIIE amlfrsignctl have firmed a
by the It will be a great relief to him to important ; i hardly Parted by : Strike out the gunj State of Kansas.There co-partnership
l 10r i firms the short, of Mr. .1 under the of
tea. Commissioner name ItROOME
I reasonable to that he can be words to Tallahss- in the County of Leon,' an) j supplies are several positions before the it THOMPSON,
supported assembly

learn we are cure, that. this i KO( the kind of suppose by !IIc"J: had sailed on the Minnesota vii India. I I' for the transaction of a
"amusement" in which the in the counties that f( any interest in the completionof insert in lieu thereof the following: To a point fir a Constitutional; Convention ; but the one
question ( GIMIAL
which to i is bill introduced i it i COMMISSION
s.-cms likely prevail a nusix&ssin
the Florida from South of the Ii of railroad from Pensacola
the fact that lie was lie to Judo EMIGRATION TO ARIZONA.
design to rairoI in the House W. Y. Robert. Lieutenant (; V V
(engage. by osrV the city of Fernnn.liii.-L
----- -. to violent and bitter in his:opposition to be toonforgotten. fcOiivillc and }'('I.ntnJina.lln. not more than true WASHINGTON, Feb. 10.-The Arizona Mexican end nor, und,-r the Topeka Constitution. It provides I'I'I j attention to the sale or shipment They of will cotton give and prompt

The rr.tb)Irr)' of Florida .. wile distasttfoni the city of Tallahassee or to a point Central American Emigration Association which I that on the first Monday in March next the (1'I'Si i produce, and will make liberal advances r>n consign ether

have been holding an .. j.urnt meeting here '\.4 have.nothing to say against any of the gen"tlemcn junction on the Tallahassee Railroad between SL has been incorporated according to law, in the State tion of shall framing submitted u State Constitution to direct and If government : ments fr sale Imt-reur f r shipment to their frieud in
e a vote.
a majority -
during this week. Miuc Ministers, with Ruling here spoken of. With Cult Call and Baker Marks amid Tallahassee. Also amend the second of New York is now chartering vessels to touch at vote For a Constitution," then, on the first ; Sncannnlt, Vh
KlJers ( of the have been in both of whom have been mentioned amendment] reported by the Committee as follows Savannah and New Orleans take will
row some curc.cf. attendance. in connection .. : to up emigrants I Tuesday in June, fifty-two delegates to a Constitutional I IVy negotiate in the princlp.il markets of the
In addition to the usual variety of business I with the same office, and with Mr. Graham, we arc I i strike out the words to the city of Tallahassee," for Arizona unJer the direction of (C'II. C. F. Ilen- Convention are to W dected. I II United States, the PSiti of Komi issued by the State

there have kn0 lu\j'l of special interest j personally acquainted. ThlAe all gentlemen of i and insert in lieu thcrof the following: AnJ ningsen. lion. Mike Walsh, of New York, is one I The convention is to meet on the firt-t Tue,dav inV : -by the several illroad Companies_by the counties -
I Jjiy.; probably at Lawrence. The Constitution i ist or meororut.-l twn. and other
before the Ir bytery. The one, the reception a high order of talent and well qualified to discharge from thence to a point south of the :line tof railroa (.( the prominent members ; also, seviral :Georgian, ) be submitted in October. If adopted on thelirst ties, and will| receive n't-} execute orders god f.,r investment securi

of Rev. J. E. DuBs from the Prebb)tery of Ihe duties of the respective positions t from Pcnsacola to Jacksonville and Fcrnandina an,1 1 Texians and LmiiManians of note. Tuesday in December, State Officers under it I iTS the same. They will attend to the purchase

Cherokee, in order to )his forttwl acceptance of the which their friends propose to eleate them. But not more than one mile distant from the city if Offices are to lx (opened! New York on the 10th are elected.A I or sale IfREAL

cal to the pastoral charge of the church in this city. we wish to protest against carrying squabbles grow- Tallahassee, or to a point junction on the TuILxhassee and fhortly after in the principal southern cities. registry law has passed the lower Holts, and I lisTATK IX THIS CITV
the ,
probably go through Council. Five or six i i
Tlie installation cervices' 'i take place on Sabbath ing out of our Railroad affairs into Judicial or other IailruntlJel"cc'n St. Marks and TulLhasscc. I counties willl.e organized in the! gold r it'n. j or in any town or c..untv iu the J/;, .' Eattmt or

mornin (to-morrow) at the usual hour. Rev. t14lons We have no idea of making war upon .'' TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS; REWARD. A joint resolution haspren passed inemorialiinng lIlV1AOffl Itnrt, of Fl riL,. lVr.i hariBgsucl

}: Hamilton 'i preach the sermon. }ct. W. W'I corporations, when they keep -itt1 due bounds, I Which amendments were adopted and on lIIe.I I IoXTGolE&Au.,Feb. 11.-Tlie Adams' Express Congress to annex to Kansas a |>ortion of Smthern property f..r sale, will do well ti> furnish them j.Iats,

Crane will deliver the charge to the congregation, much less of (,favoring the policy of corporations, i ion of Mr. Munn, amendments of the committee i Company has increased the reward, for the stolen Nebraska making the Platte river the boundary.We with accurate iliscript'ona of quality. location improvements -
of have rumors from Southern Kansas of(further price termite le, with the of
Xe, D. McNeill Turner will preside, propound whatever kind attempting; to ride, booted. and as above amended were concurred in and the bill pi.1 forty thousand dollars, to the sum (If ten thousand troubles,caused by attempts to make arrest*.-(Correspondent t person who will show the property on application name some

the constitutional questions and deliver the charge spoil, ed, over everything and every body. On the upon its pasaage&c" dollars. Boston Journal. We will attend tr> the settlem.-nt f clana against

Pastor. other hai.il hold It will thus be that the entire second I the Fcdtnal or State Governments SIr
to the w( :man to L unfit for Judicial seen sectilu ----- services or

The other eU of unusual inii.orlnnce was that I position who is open mouthed in the expression of |I of the Act as now enrolled was xtficlot out ly t\e\ LATEST NEWS FROM HAYTI.CiiAELnbTOX Nut Lo'C'nood arid the Do:. V eubhlitute In addition durinjr to their the recent Ci-mmi-Mon Imliun War.
it cf Ker. Henry Cherry, late of 11I(11Init. now of opinion upon a particular question or questions! 'I H
j Jackson nc'hlglu110 had been chargewith I which may come before him for legal adjudication, having been obtained fur the Hill on the first quciti arrived at this J port, from Kingston Jamaica, with John Wcntworth'o dad fetched home a durned.wulhl I S-rot-K of Cooixt of Messrs. ELLIS i THOMPSON
flea-i)itten, old f .
dishonesty duplicity and defamation of character. j and who is 11 1 up as possessing peculiar merit If. I n of passKge, tl.e vote was reeonsidered !d I dates from that island to the 26th January. 5o- for nuthing oc. raagny but tu swaller! up gray whatorter foximmiun lined;the"d to which they will make iare addition at au early,

The l'ia:1 conducted according to the Book of I'1 ChaSe he thus clmil hm-el in advance. The the Bill placed again amongst the orders of the c.1lj.I : I j l.xpae having abuutted his position as Emperor ofI bowels ove. u* brats. Well, I n:1turnlltuek a distaste iLy. They will keep constantly oo haul an extensivo -

Discipline. The accused having failed. to appear. pooplewant Judges. who are Railroad men oranti- Th* Bill was again taken up on the game day."Mr. .- I Inol"ti.- had arr'ncd nt Kingston, on a British ship, to him, an hcd a sorter hankcrin'arter hurtin : and well assoited Stock of

and having made no provision for a defence againstthe I Railroad men jxr te, ".il prejudices or partialities 'I Davidson moved that the rule be waived 10 I I and placed himscif under the protection of the his back feelins wer turned.and discunifertin Thi sorter ov him eventillle l big dad's Dry Goods, Hat, Hoots d; Shoes} Clothing! !
kept skeer
a al-
charge which had been tabled against him, the 6,exacting as to pervert their minds and render enable him to move the following amendment to the |! British flag. lore afire his eves, and a orful yell ready; to i Saddlery and Harness, ( Groceries, (Liquors

receipt of which he IUd acknowK-dgi-d... Rev. D. I i iJIcNeill them unfit to hold the scales justice. What they I amendment offered by Mr. Munn to-wit: Insert the fust moshun he seed me make. So he larnt part'out excepted,) Provisions, Plantation

Turner of this city, volunteered to act ns j jcounsel I want is honest men upon the Bench, who ".j administer I or the town of Quiney, in Gadsden county," aftertime I ARRIVAL OF TilE MOSES TAYLOR tn swaller things as he run, and alleys kept his laigs Utensil. Doors, Windows
Such the law without I i word Tallahassee which motion loxt. well onder himself, fur he never knowd how and other Mate
for him. was strength uf the testimony prejudice toe wav or the ; was < New YORK, Fel 11.-The Steamship Moses[ Taylor I soon JIui.'Jing

that, although counsel tnt his ingenuityto other and they will frown upon all efforts to dep-irt The Bill as amended by the House was then passe. I has arrived firm AlIl'inwallit" the California teyune he must the want reach tu use ove em a flyin in totin rock.his lIe infurnal knowd e.-icus the rials, Furniture, Iron,

the utmost to mitigate its force. Presbytery from this only safe rule in Ih* selection of their Judicial The two following sections added to the bill by mail, and one trillion three hundred thousand dollars !- whiz ove a rock in moshun well and he never Ilardxvare and Cutlery, Castings, nnd a great

i found the accused guilty on all the counts in the servants. AVe cannot think thai cither of the the House are entirely left out in the enrolled Bill : in treiisure. stopped tn see who flung hit, but jist I let his head variety of other articles.

j V indictment, and Ae'orJilgl.sentenced him to deposition gentlemen spoken of in connection with the Judgeship :1'. 1 S. BeitfurtJiertnarttd, That said Companyshall TJThe settlers ill one of the valleys of California fly open In gin a howl room tn cum, and sot his I All of which they will Hell at Wholesale or Retail
have the of laigs a gwine the his nose happened tube for CASH, Country Produce,
privilege extending their road way a or good commercial
from the lni tJ the Gospel.Wr. : I J or solieitorship of the new Circuit, sympathi from its terminus on the waters of the Bay of Apalachicola killed forty InJans on New Year's day for killing pintin. 1Ie'" shy roun every rock he seed in the c.-prancc. at price* that will compare (farrorab.'y ac-

; I Cherry is the gentleman who, after havinglived I sea with the spirit evinced by the correspondent{ of or St. George'sSound, hereafter to l>e. fixed stock and comnittiog other depredations.Chili road, for he looked on hit as a calamity tn cum IlfI I with those of any city in the South. We invite merchants -

for several ;years on the benefactions of the AV**, aud earnestly hope that all the friends of and selected in the manner before provided, to the was in a disturbed state. The provinceswere ter him sum .1'1,. I tell voa Georgy, that runnin I| aril all other purcha.ers to examine our stock.

Soutiicin Christians, and then hating run away I the great internal improvement enterprises in the river of Apalachicola, in Franklin county or to the under martial w, and it is probable the nextnews am tb greatest invensfiun f.n yea'rth when ned I JAMBS E. BROOME,
I city of Apalachicola, by the most direct and practicable from that country will announce the overthrowof keerfully. Whar'd I a been by thi time ef I hadh't D.V.
creditors TIIOMPS'JX.February
from his represented by the Rochester and elsewhere will set their faces .
Est sternly route to said city. the GoverUiicnt or the butchery: of the mob.- relyed ontu these yere laigs t D'ye see em ? Don't I I
onocrat a the \ictitu of peNuton, driven" : against allowing these questions to become mixed Skc. 19. BeitfurttiertHactid, That the powers President Camilla was threatened with death. they mind you ore a par ove eumpsmsses made to 1'J, 1853. 8-1 jDISSOLUTIOX _ _

from the Sou'h on account of his political opinions! : up with Judicial election We believe that nine out and privileges herein conferred upon the said Gulf divide a mile inter quarters ? They'll d>>. V OF

Mr. C has. we are informed, been applied to that often of all our people will rejoi.-e to see every : City and Interior Railroad Company are to be used CONGRESSIONAL.WASUINGTOX Well one day, I tuck a pigs bladder: r.i onto the

V he would publish a refutation of this slander, but projected Railroad i the State prosecuted to completion I ana enjoyed subject to tIle following exception; If Feb. 12.-In the Senate ton)'. the I size ove a duck aig an filled hit with powder and : CoPartnership.rpHE .
corked hit with
the amendment to the charter of the Pensaeola and up a piece ove spunk rolled hit
lie has, to this time refused to reply. The abolitionists but jealousy of corporate influence i is certain I Georgia; Railroad Company [.asscd at this cession of resolution million eontining dollars the expenses of the governmentto I up in a thin skulp of meat and sot the spunk afire I Copartnership in the practice of Medicine

V are welcome to him. We want no such to be aroused if the bed of Pi'ocnutes i to be I the General Assembly become a law and be accepted fifty taken was debated, but 110 actionwas and flung !hit out; ]he swalk-red !hit at one yerk and JL heretofore exUtws between Dr,. ROBERTSON
men among u*. paraded and every individual hacked to pieces"hoI I by said Comuany within six months from the I and six on bills The private. calendar was resumed II I sot in Iu gittin away fur doin hit. I hcarn a nose" I & BOND, i is this day dissolved bj mutual cot-tent.
-_ passage of this act said Gulf City and Interior Railroad I were passed.In I like bustin sumthin. and his tail lit atop or my hat Fur the present, accounts da* the firm will he settled
does not happen to with the house, the bill resumed. ,
NDI1D T.iLAL-ThC Washington States defends bespatter praise everything Company shall not commence the construction,'' was His h'AdVcr way down tie hill and bed tuck a ; by tither. WM. F. ROBERTSON,

the character.and conduct of Gen. Lamar, Ministerto I connected with the management of tIde that or the of their road under this act before the expiration o 1 I I Hon.eloquent A. II.speech Stephens in favor, of of Georgia the bill, made Other an able and deth bolt enter a roof. Ilis for laigs were fifty | JOHN S. BOND.

other undertaking. twelve months after the passage thereof stales speeches I feet up the road a makin runnin moshun, an his I January 26, 1859. 7lwNotice.
maintaining that he has I I were made for and against iU : The bill is I
Nicaragua given gene. passage. hine straddil tile
-. with the consent and agreement of the said Pens ones a over fence. Eit tu dog.
the it
I' ral satisfaction to the governments to which he is I DECAY.ABOLITIONISM. The New York DailyXeic cola and Georgia Railroad Company. same as caine from the Senate. The House hisself. a. a dog I never seed him again. Well
parsed the bill by eleven 1 .
accredited a well as t his own, notwithstanding is of opinion that, fairly gauging the opposition The amendments proposed by the House we I WAMIOOTOX, Feb. 14.-Messrs.majority.Lane and Smith dad, darn his onsanctified soul, flung five or six
V hundred onder shut with the dried skin ofen I| QJIX week- after the date of Urn notice, I ap-
the difficult and discouraging position he Ils.:1 .- of the North, not more than five percent can, concurred in by the Senate and thus became a par the new Senator from Oregon were sworn in and bull's tail, and gin my me the remainder next with a IO plj to the Hon. J. Wajles Baker Judge of tbI .
: .. The States" is inclined to believe that the simple at the present time, be estimated as ALlitonist- of the act of incorporation and should of cour took their teats ia the Senate to day. a waggin whip what he borrowed from a feller I Middle Circuit of Florida f..r an order to fell tie

manner and primitive habit of the old Texan pioneer prepared to ("UoW in the wake of the dangerous havy been enrolled in the act while he war a wateriD his horses; the wagoner hinds belonging to the Estate of Allen! G. Johnson,

are his chief ilg. in tbe eyes of those who doctrines laid dowDby Seward in Rochester Upon an investigation into the causes of these SOUTHERN VOTE AGAINST OREGON BILL got sorry fur me, and hollered tu me tn turn my deceased, ia Florida and Georgia, raid sale V* be had
his speech, or hardy enough to profess irreconcilable ei WASHISGTOX, Fe 14.-The following Southern beggin and sqnalin inter fust-rate runnin which I for distribution among tbe heir ef Mid d &aed.NATII. .
teem to regard rough, backwoods style a hardly hostility against the condition under which black rors, I find that they have probably arisen trot Representatives voted On Saturday against the Ore-. imejutly did and the last lick missed me about, ten P. MARION, Ez-cntor.

accordant with the dignity his ofec."V labor is carried on at the & the hurry and confusion attending the winding uj gun bill : feet-/'zc It-"-. Hamilton co, February 12, 1859. 7-6wj'l



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Swamp and Overflowed i I Commissioner's Arrive at Wacabootie by 12 m; 6638 From Fort Taylor, by Cedar Tree to Feet I From 15rA June to 15th otol r.I I There will) aIs be way bill' prepared by post-

Leave Waenhootie Thurs. and Saturday at 1 p m.; Dade 23 miles and back, once a week. I Leave Baiobridge Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday makers, or other agents of the department accompany -
K 1)S. j i FIRST MOXDAYLMARCH JV/JA"7': II Arrive at Uiean"py by 5 p ra.Tids Leave Fort Taylor Saturday at 1 pm ; I at 2 pm ; the mails, spcc.fying the number and destination

)Y viitiic: of a decree of tinl'uit>nl Stat.-s District for an additional trip per week will j* con- Arrive at Fort Dade by 8 p m ; : Arrive at Apalachi-ola! Wednesday] and Friday by4pm of the several has. Oa the principal sU"ermiteR.

: >, n.t ti("n 1I1.ll1ftrr tbilale.) the I ) Court, Niitb.e'ii, PMiirt ..f Floiida, i ii: a d<>i cd. Leave Fort Dade Saturday at & a in ; I and Monday bv Hum ; likewise receipt; will be required mid way
.RKSOLVF.I, Suini nnd O"edl"\H.1 jhnJ. 1loiipi'p cause in Challcer"llcrdn Margaret Kerr is Complainant | 6513 From Orange Spring, by M.'irioti's Hills: Arrive at Foit Taylor by 12 ru. Lease ApaUchicola Monday, Wednesday and Fri- : bilk forwarded ; the Utter lo be examined by the
miles .
to 28 and back .
and Uklnnl SlitritTtxI ex-officio Micauopy a week. 6539 From to Picrcculle 10 milea and daa at several p. tma .ter.!, to insure regularity the delivery
uixl outride K.TunJerx
t 0 the Intel mil Ini]>n>\''ttil I I. Leave Orange Springs t1u. nod W-d. .: Augusta .
it 9 a m 'fnsjil:
of tU-Kailrc.ad U.it*, thalllxOSK I ; IKH.LAU per udniinititrator. dcl.-iiis' lion of Pittiick Kci r.deceased I Arrive ; back once a week. Arrive at Bainbridgf nest days by 7 p tn. btiCS.
ht 5
ensb and ( .eI.rjeel f aid laud uiibiu, the lUillond H DefcDdant. I will ..frtq- (<>i sale fur caih. ef.-re the Micauopy by p in ; ., Leave Augusta Thursday at Cam; I Bids to run by different schedules will be con- 4. No par will! l.c mule: for trirs not performed
] and
: ; Leave Micanopy Tuesday Thursday at 7 and for
a ra tacit
e ; of such oruisaions not
h. Court IK-UFC door in the firnt I Arrive at 'Pierceville by 9 a m Illiolt'rt'd. satisfactorily explained
TRllahaFFec on Monday ;
Jim, -Judl I TWO IK)1.1-MIS : I
Tins refolutiouiM.t' *to into (nict.till the 1.1 &"C ca d.iy.f in March: next, the following dcsciibcd Und belongiiitj i Arrive at Orange Springs by 3 p in.i Leave Pierceville Then Jny at 10 a m ; I Bids are invited! to embrace Faceville between I. three tines the pay of the trip may be de
p.i frt Bid to extern! \\uofibooiie will lie coosiJered. I.
March next notice tl.envf to itt once in1)- i to the Estate of said IViick Ke'r, dccca-ed > iz: i Arrive Augusta by I p in.654Q ; Baiobndge and Chaltahoochee. Fee arrivals g'> fir behind time as to break

.'ii-!>ed I y tit.,t"\:1.unsnThe b TIle Ji of theN VT \. the W i of the N E f and j I' ton.CAll 31 miles From and Orange back owe Springs, a week.by lola to Fleming- From Homasassa, by Crystal River Black Proposals to commence at Bellevue omitting Bainbi connexion with fourth depending mails and not scf5 evnivd.
:tbse i i a ttu- copy of : r4t'i i n.Iop'wl: UK, W { of the NV h nil in Section 1, Town-hip 2.Itane !. Leave Oransre Spring Monday at 8 a m Dirt and Wekeiva, to Long Poud!, 72 miles: aud back I iilge will lo considered. [See note to route N--. t is one forfeiture of the c 'mp-'n@ltjnn ftc the trip
6. S t Jalld: the W of the S W J, Section ; 6564.] | subject to Deduction will aW be or-
1. tbe l'rd ,.1 1 I ii.Us"f tIflIs.tiiaI In.pruwe < j Anive II once a week.
at Fleuoington '
nitiit;, TviJ of tit Slide cf 1 l Jurjbs.! I tic Ill" IVbruIM :6, Tuwusbip 1. Kange 6. S A E. Leave Flcmiiigton Tuesday pm at 8;a m ; Leave llomasaspa Tuesday at 6 a m ; 6563 Frrm Long Cane fcy Aspen Grove to | tiered: f.-r in a the grade contract of rvrfwriuauce For iukrmr u thatspeetfied
1>. 1'APY. S t JOHN II. PvIIODLrf, Cora. Arrive Pond 6 Abe Spring, 22 miles and back once a week. j I repeated delinquentsI
!. .ccy. I I Arrive at 5 at Long next day by p ra; I i
j,, i Orange Springs by p m. I of the kind herein specified enlarged
i"Vljna.ry. S-ttIs Leave Long Cane Monday at 5 a m penalties, pro.porti.ued -
Isr.a. ;
Bids for additional week will be Leave Long Pond Sunday nt 6 a ra ; j
__ an trip per con- Arrive Abe to the nature thereof, and tic importanceof
at Spring by 12 m
rtillIft. I Arrive at lU-masaasanext ;
Inif .r 1ne'.il, 1"1..1. sidered. day by 6 p m. t
r4l. 1. I the mail! be made.
Leave Abe at 1 I may
: Notice. | Spring Monday m
: ; tln> notice jiiired. I ell |Illhc't:U1tIOI' j C515 From Ocala by Camp hard and Jlomata- 6541 From Cedar Key to New Orleans, (I.)403 Arrive at Long Cane by 8 p ; I 5. Fur leaving behind or throwing the mail, orI
'., tlr tact til i-xid re .lution ,tbraccaiily the of the Jefferson Sonth.1 to Port 76 miles and hack, twice week. miles and back daily in steamer pm. I
the ; pHESTOCKHOhnERS sa Bay a : 6564 From Mariana by Bellcvne, to iinbrid.je; any portion t>f tnen. fr the ndmi- "ion of passenger,
Si Kud Ovull.iwed liud. obtained under .1 nights Munuf.ictui; (>>iipiny will takenotice Leave Ocala Sunday and Wednesday] at 5 a m ; Leave Cedar Key daily at C a m ; or for being concerned in or
11\i (Oa,) 4U mile and back three times n week. j setting up running an
Act !5o. CtKI lot the Int.raIIUJ.rt\.m""t 1:1.1.. i! that the Annual Meeting .f the Company fr Arme at flay! Port next days by 11 : tn ; Arrive at New Orleans next day by 9 a m ; I! Leave Mariana Monday, Wednesday and Friday at | express cor.vej jug intelligence in advance of the mail
obtained. 1 under the Act e.f I" I-IIC latter aie ubjert I the election ..f five Tmstoes will take place at their Leave hay Poit Monday and Thursday at 2 p in ; Leave New Orleans, daily nt 1 pm; 7 a m quarters pay may Jw dedticted.

tv calc by iUft.llhntl.U-retofore. I Offi at the Factory* on the la-t Saturday Fcbruanr. Arrive at Ocala next days by 6 pm. Arrive at Cedar Key next day by 6 p m. j; Arrive; at Bainbridge by C m I'I'a 6. Fine will be itui"!"'! unless the! delinquency!

D. S. WALK Kit, Salomaii.February insu, being the 2Ctli dayf the month.! A full C516 From Silver Spring to Ocala, 7 miles and 6542 From Cedar Key to Key West, 500 miles Leave Bainbridge, Monday p, Wednesday; and Fri.dayatll I be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certificates -
1?. IS.'ip. ; attendance is particularly requested. Hy order of l iacktaicea week. and back twice a week, in steamers. ; I of pwtniastcrs or the Affidavits of other ei edible
rrfulluwilig give the ubovef the )I nrol. W. DESlIA r, Agent. Leave Silver and V .J. at S Bidders will schedule of p m ;
papr. "i | I Spring Monday ( p m ; I propose a departures and Arrive at Mariana next days by 10 a m. person, for fin'ling to arrive in contract time; for
inseilVii and send to the salesman.towit Montk' .llo. F-l. 6. 1859. fi-4t Airive Ocala )
4 arrivals.Proposals
> ur t.Nr ( -u.iry by p m ; neglecting to take llw mail from or deliver it into
I I invited f three additional trips a
Proposals '
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: The I'titfacola Gazette: Miio 1'hniiix : :fi-!. I Leave Ocala Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a m ; I to cml race Tampa will be considered. I week from the Hth Octolwr to the 15th June to jK st office ; for buffering it to be wet, injuted destroyed .

loliim ,t ; tiuut Ma sec ; In01xisbitIase andIvepubliccn : :; Notice. Arrive at Silver Spring by 11 a re.i 6513; From Alligator by Shoaltown, Oldtotrn t cmw'ct duly nt B-Uevue with steamboat service robbed c>r lost :: and for refusing after demand -

; Tampa IV uimular; Il.nne Campjiiiioii! ; j OIX roouflis after slate, the undersigned will preI i 6517 Fiom Silver Spring by 'ariton. Orange j New Boston fcQu. n. Sikcuville, Clay Landing. J thenCe to .\paa! bcol.! ,, ai invited m note to route to ...m.e.the. asciI us frequently aa the contractor
elititsn.Itrd! at Jalfol"i. I eont their final account and vouchers to the lIon. Springs, and Morrison's Mills, to Bellamy Station j I Fajettcvllle; AtsenaOtic, nod Homa'a, to Bay: I No. 6562. I runs or is conerued in running a coach car,
i Judge c>f Probate, of Leon county and a.k to be dill 52 miles and back three times a week. j 11'.rt. 310 miles aud back. twice a month. : or steamboat a roM?.
Dwelling for Sale { inUsed fiom the turther lmiuililration of the Estate ; Leave Silver Spring Monday, Wednesday and t Alligator on the 12th and 26th of each I| 65-5 From )Mariana bv Orange: Hill V>rnon. 7. The tVstmastrr General ny annul the contract -
Dou< It sviUe. Knox II III. Ifu..ht'panna.1:1'1'13.. East
ft the I cf Ixivei Grfeu. deceased late of aid county. I FriiayatGarn ; I month at 6 a m, or on arrival of road from Jaek.onville f'r repea.ed f..ilur to run agreeably to contract -
'Mil !, well rt"i.rl. Liver and Austinville.to Milton 110 ir.ilis and back
L 11\1 on the COO f..ot -:: JOHN DUGUAK.( Admfr.j :, Arrive at Bellamy Station by 8 p ir. ; I ; ; for violating t : the Post Office law, or disobey
eubeiimtr. utd 1 Ie-, ELCY CJKEEN, Admfx. Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday Thursday :j Arrive at Atscna-Otic on the 14th and 28th, and at I tIrt'e times a week. big the instructions of the department'; for refusing
.ITercJ .trc is 44W i | Leave Marian Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday I
t '. \, LU. : I January 29. 11\:9. 6-Cm Saturday at 4 a in ; Bay Portkon the 18th and 2d ; i to discharge a carrierwhen required by tte depart- .
Lock !
low. TLc t 10"1. I Arrive at Siher Spiing by fi Leave Port the 8th and 2.1 1 of each at 11 a en.Arrive "us '
I p rn. I Bay on month; mcnt to di *o : for running an express aforesaid
i .1! the t ;
a large tatin' .1iuiur-.t.. the cdv.A 1..1. < "IC Notice.SIX Bids to commence tt Ocala and run by Silver Arrive at Alligator on the 25th nnd 11 I tli by 9 p in. i at Milton next Thursday Saturday end or *>r transporting persons packages conveying
comfortabudwi.iu!: iu Spring ic. will be considered. I Proposals to extend Clear Water Harbor, and Monday by 5 a tn ; tniilahle matter out of the mail.
to thecity l.-r the education: :, Wi-c-ks after date! tbe undersigned i will Milton and at 'jl'm
i-Unter rCm..vil? apply I Sunday Tuesday Friday
f.518 From Charleston. (S. C,) Femandina, also for weekly service, will l-e considered. S. The Postmaster General may order aa increase
..f children will fii'd it a desirable re-idencc. the Judge of Probate, of Leon county. for : ;
(Fla,) Jacksonville, Mandarin, Magnolia Mills, MidI service rout al1o'inth..r for
6544 From Suwannce m a by a .rv rat
Alligator by Slioah to ;
IL 11. BKHUY.: Acent.TKRMS tea of administration: on the Estate of J. I. L Green Ariive Marianna next Tuesday, Thursday and
_PrK-1 fC. se-Iifew4.. tb. UibiM-e 1 d''<"J.ltite ('feai4l county. ELCY KEEN.j j I dleburg Picoiata, and Orange Mills, to tflatka, 300 Blount's Ferry, 32 miles and h back once a week. : Sunday by 5 p m. increase e>n the contract par. He may change schedule -
miles and
back once a week. f and arrivals all .
1,2 and :yeai credit, 8 11t ilt'rcrt. with n: 3rt- j _January 29. 1P59. __ 6-Cw_ __ I Leave Charleston Tuesday at 3 p rn; Arrive Leave Alligator at Bloiint'Friday. Ferry at by 5 6pm a n> ; ; I 6565 From Mariana by Eeonfina.to St. Andrew's i :departures lu snake them conform in to connexions cases and with particularly

gage Jacksonville by 12 m ; Arrive at Alligator: by 6 M. I Leave Mariana Thursday at tf a in ; time I* not abriditvd. He may also I order an
I S now ree iving end will eoii.-tautly keep on hand Leave Jacksonville! Wednesday at 12 m ; Arrive at St Andrew's"Buy next day by 5pm ; I increase of .peed, allowing! w iCon this restrictions of
Notice.C and fctll cheap for cabb a huge ttoek of GKOCl'H1KH. i Arrive at Pilatka next day by 6 a rn ; 6545 From. Alligatoi, bj Huntsville. White Leave St. Andrew's B.iy Tuesday at 6 a iu; I the law a pro rat-i increase of pay: for the additional
such as Lcatc Pilatka Thursday at S a in ; Siring!, Ja per,Jennings and Lellvillu, to Madison, I II A rrive at Mariana next day by S p m.15'nls j jr I stix-k orcnrrur*. if all11C' contractor however
llis ivitke. may.
: IX wetks after tbe' first 1 publicaliwi' f' Pro Ilacon, I Me Poik, j Mess Beef. I' Arrive at Jacksonville next dar by S a m ; I j J miles and back, once a week. r to commence at Orange Hill omitting in (the ca'e i-f increase of speed rcliiqtrsh thecontract
the ut ire,1:1: r.pp'.y! to i admiuijTratWu tI&eJudget4bate vuthe Hour I| Lard. |I Hams, i Leave Jacksonville Friday at 4 a m ; Leave Alligator Wednesday at 7 a in ; anna will be con-i-Jeed. Projiosals fur *. -'(13ri'l by giving prompt notice to the department

Ltate.f Mury 1 I Syrep. I Yai-kce l r:-;Ilis, j Susrar .f all kinds. | Coffee I 1 next day by 10 a m. Leave MadUon Friday at 7am ; : &5t"7 From Mariana to Crowell IS miles effect. The l'oetnster General may also curtail or

And .11 ether ortic!.s usually needed by families C51S\I" From Magnolia Mills to Chesuwiskia, 10 Arrive at Alligator addi'i'maf next day by 5 p enBih ba'-k ..nc.a week. discontinue the the service in whole or in pnrt. at pro

FeLs-va.yI.. 7-w- --- _.--- I aud oa rlallta ul: '!! miles and back. once a week. for an trip per week will be con- I Leave Mariana Tuesday at I l p m ; I rata decrease of pay. albw jug one month's extra com
i J eretl.Gj.jr..
- -- A l* t of Irish Potatoes and Onions for planting.-! Leave Magnolia Mills Saturday: at 1 p m ; I Arrive at Crowell by 5pm pen ation on the amount dispensed with whenever

Notice. Also no baud, qtiar.tity) of Dry beds, which will Arrive at Chesuwiska by 4 p m ; From Alligator, by Durham, Palestine andDlustee Leave Crowt Tiicfdav at 8 a m; III Li* ('l'illi.lfUle pul>Iic bttn..ti require the change,

IX niouLs date, the undersigned will present beaaldlow Leave Cbesuw a Saturday at 9 a m ; to New River 43 niles and back once a Arrive at Mariana by 1! m. I or in case Le d.ire" tn s-jjiersi-de it by a different
S after Jad.eP1 Jjmuary *J, 18;!. 4 Arrive at Magnolia Mills! by 12 m. veek.Leave. Bid to extend to Challh..cchr.itij trhrcet.tvsen grade of Irnll -. .
tLe *
liis final account und vouchers to _. __ __ ___ __ _.___ I port..t
:uf aud apply f a fiual discharge ; C520 From Geoige's Lake to Magnolia Mill, IS Alligator Friday at 6 a m ; !. ice, will be "'jIl iJer..d. 9. Payinentt will be nindo by collections from or
Piobate 1.coei4y. A Card j I miles and back once a week. Arrive at New 1 River next' day by 12 m ; draft other' ;i ise
from the aibuiiii-arttioti .W Lle F.ttc e.f Martha .- 656 nomhr tna to Camp! ltcn! 13 miles e'l |I'.tm.st..r.r! after the expiration -
Leave George's Lake Saturday at 5 a m Lcute New River Salutday nt 1 pin ; ol each Mar
lute of Leon unty. 11a ---0-- I ; and back. twi>e a week. 'lu.\lter-ry February, Augustand
1.Triplett Jtcut.J TOIPLfiTT.February Afire at Magnolia Mills by 12 mLeave ; Arrive at Alligator next day l-y C l p m. November. .
;i ) H. E. L. T. I I5LAKK; : I I Leave Mariana Tucsd.iv end TbareJ.ij at 1 p in ;
"e Magnolia Mills at 1 547 From Newnansville, by Sugar Grove Piovidence TInt distance
12 1S.V.; 7-4Jm Saturday p m ; Arrive at 10. are given according Jo tlo best
t Campbellton 7pm
Register of liar Untied Stales Land OJIcc, I Arrive at George's Lake by 8 I'm.6St and Kllisville: ., Alligator, 27 miles and back ''I'II Leave Campbellton Tuesday t-y and Thersdiiy' at 6 I informality; hut !.'> increased pay will Iwj allowed
iu ; i c: OT i e I'. I 1 From St Augustine to Picoiata, IS miles I twice a week. should they Ie creator than advertised if Le points
J ,\ ; TALLAHASSEE, 1'1.". : a m; I
-- j jOFFERS and back four limes week. Leave Newnansville Wednesday and Friday at 6 Arrive at Mariana by 12 1.1 to bo npplird I lie correetly statnt. Jli lJfr must

J. T.\YLOH..J. S. DO.ND. his services to act as ACEST for persons |I Leave St. Augustine Tuesday Wednesday Thursday I am ; Bids for tri-weekly service will ito considered. I ;.funl1 thfMxtlr"* r>n thlii ],;,.t. anti also in referenceIf
n to enter land in the State Land Officeand I and Saturday at 8 a in ; Arrive at Alligator by 5 p m ; j! I I the w,-i,l.t of the mail the condition) ot roads bills',
Drs. Taylor & Bond, will attend to any business, iu any of the State i I Arrive at Picoiata by 1pm; Leave Alligator Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a m ; 6560 From Campljclltt-n to Geneva (Ala.,) :31. HtrcuuiS, .\c, IH| all lull bridges, fmii-s. or obstructior.s -
Offices at the Capitol. Charges rea 'onal-lo, and iu i Leave Picoiata Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday j, Arrive at Newnansville by 6 p m : miles and 1 bacit, once a veek.Icave I of""V kin.lly which expense may be incurred.
I- SEtsn'iakd! in the Iratj.c.f Iticnp. I IJ. projortion to the time and labor l-stowed. and Saturday at 6 p rn ; i Bid for tri weekly sen lee w ill IHJ con jJ.'re.l j Campbellton Weil.iead.ij tt G a in; N"cTatin f.>r additional jwiy bared on such ground,

lire at the <-i.u MANH .I Maps of Townships WEST OF SI WAXMCK Rirtc, i ifuruielrt'd I Arrive at St. Augustine by 11 p m. G548 From Ne'nan,ville, by St. Louis, to New : Arrive Geneva by 6 p m ; can l>c iisidorvd ; nor for ann! d mistakes or tni -
'1.Jlila! -. <*. Kel-'uary 1 J. "S.9 6 at from two to five dollars each iu adtance. j jJanuaiy I Bids to run by a diliereut schedule will be considered. River 22 miles and iackonce a week. j Leave Geneva: Tuesday Cam; I apprehcnsion fi! to the do:ree of service ; nor for

-- 22, 1R59. 4 Leave Newnaii'Tillc Saturday at C a m; I Arrive at Csrnpbvllton\ by 6 p m.Eid bridges d,- lr., .1" ferries discontinued. r ether obstruction
JH: & i C522 From Pilutka .\rriveat New I'hcrby 12 ns j for au additional trip ]per vctk v ill Uj con I
j by Orange Springs, Orange ; iitcn-a-inj! i.iaiM-e.! tccurring during the
CQ-PAETNERSHIP. : ADVERTISEMENTITIsn. Lake. Cottage and Smiterville, to Ocala 54 miles Leave New River Saturday at I p m ; sidered. contract t--nr. Offices Ublihed after tlili adverti.
'- I II and back, twice a week. I Airive; at Xewnaiwvilli-by 7 p in. 6570 From Geneva, (Ala..) by Cane Brake anti j rf.t H i illl'uffi. nnd also duriiur the contract term

r IK FJii'i i i. :..tuf..4 ex,!lmg i umler th\ ratneOARDY. ; PROPOSALS for CO.\Vii"IXC: : the MAILS Leave I'lll1tkal'If.lay and WcdatsJay at 1 a rj ; 1.1.1: From Nfwii.iiw illi. by Tustsniggce.Smt, i iFW Almiraiit *_ and ftd 1 1Uis n.\\.t C0 is this : Ariive at Ocala by 4 pin. I ycQueen. Sikesiillo. Clay Landing, nnd LKIIIJ i I once week.. : not irK-rtfim-d.

.ay. .olr i I \'."J''JP.l Ctn..eii4.JO. I OX EMITS IN TIIE STATE OFFLORIDA I Leave Ocala TllennJ Thursday at 9 a m ; Pond to .A t l'nOlio', 111 .nilrs and lack ouce a < Leave Geneva Thursday at C a m ; I 11. A lid ceted! after the last dar and Lour
F.PH CADDY. : : Arrive at Pilatka by" 12 uight. I I wetk. Arnve at \u"tinitlo nest, day by 6pm ; Diuied. or \ulh
WILLIAM IUYA I Bids; for an additional trip j cr week will be considered. Leave Newnansville Wednesday at 7 a m ; | Leave AI1fho"il Saturday at 6 a in; I a certificate as the suflicw-ncy of such guaranty catv

JOHN CMDY.C I: Anive at AUcu.vOtie next Saturday by 8 a m ; J Arrive at Geneva next day bv G p in. I Hot l>4t c.D>idered in con.pftitioiiith a ti'gular ItO
Ju! HI::,. "ram Jill! I si, 1S5D! lo June mh, IStW. I 6->23 From Pilatka to Bellamy Station ;0 miles Ix-avo At.ena-Oiie Saturday at 11 a ni ; j 6571 From Milton by Coon Hill Nathnnsville. posal reasonable in Kinoiint.

----0-- nnd lack once a week. 'I Arrive at Newnansville: next Tuesday by 8 p | (Ala.,) and Fort Crawford to Sparta 75 it.iles :U J j 12. I'.iJiUr sl.oul.1 fi,". ,prop .*e for sen ic* s'rictlyncci'rdhig '

NOTICE. I Leave Pilatka Monday[ at S a m; I Bids for an additional: trip per week will be Con- j back once week.. I to the ail vert Lie-mint, mid thfn if they the .
Pour Otrirs DtrRTMrxr OF TilE U. S, ) Ariive nt Station 7 I fidered. Leave Milton Thursday at 6 a m : site for difTi-nnt service and! i if the
of CARDY BA YA I Bellamy by p m; I triMfuttlti.1I ; ':"-
r pHE lwin** /U tr Wnbhington Dectmlx-r 13, 185S. J f Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday at 4 a m ; ; 6550 From Little River by Samuel Barber's and Arrive Sparta text ;day by 6pm far l>il! I* tlt.IItWtt offered for the advrrtWd scr-

_I_ J CO.. will U euntinu; ? I PROPOSALS 'i1Iloc received at the Contact Arrive at Pilatka by 6 p rn. I. William Johnson's to Sboaltown 22 miles and back Leave Sparta Saturday: at t; a m ; I rk' tie other projwu-itictis may be eoihsnVred.IS. .

josiirii: l JOHN CAiinvvhw .1. Oflice of this Department until 3 p. in, of Saturday I Bills fur srmi-weekly and also for tri weekly trips once a week. Arrive at Milton next Monday by G p m. I There should i he but '-ne route bid for a proposal. -

\ scttfc all oot an J luvom.ts of th lat.firm : April 2. 1B50; for conveying the mails of the, I will be considered. Leave Little River Thursday at lOa R1 ; 6572; From Pero-acola to Milton, SO mile and I CooiM>>idUed IT tMintiiiiathxt! bidj ("{'roI'1ng
\i JitsEi'H \', United States for four years, commencing July 1, I 6524 From l'il\th.lv Welaka, Fort Gates Lake Arrive at Shoaltown! by 7 p m ; back six times week. one sum f JOHN C'ACUY. tili'. and eiMiing: Juu0; t, 180., m the State of George, Volud i.1. Hawkinsville. and Enterprise, toMellomille. Leave Shoaltown Friday at 5 a m ; I Lca'vc l'ensaeola daily except Wednesday, at I 2 I Uw and mllltlt !lit rob"kvre! >).

Jan. 29. 1 59.I I }'LOltID.00 tLc ruatce and by the schedules herein I 125 mile and back once a wutk. Arrive at Little River by 2 p as. in from 1st Oct. to 1st April. and at. I J p m residue I I t. TInt roti.ethe oice.i the yearly pay ll"c

Tal,. t 8S _ i Epeeifil.lI. Leave Pilutka Monday at Cam: 6551 From }Madison by Hambiinr. Clifton. Groo- of year; name and re-'idctM'o "f the bidder, (\that i'-i, his usual

the Cii-i-nlt ( ..f Inm l'&, Slate j ticions announced by April 25,1859. Arrive at Mcllomille by 10 p m ; vcrsville (Ga..) mid Boston to Thomasville i Arrive at Milton 4 hours after; I post ofiW ail.lrt-vi.! ) anil. thoso (.f each mLA >erufa
/ of 'fr JfiU/r! t'irmit.J c. : (Bidders will examine carefully the form nod] in Leave Melhmvillo Wednesday at 6 a m ; miles and back three times a week.Tnvfi : Lave Milton duily, except Wednesday, at C a m; firm, w lr- a company otf.-rs, houtd 1 li,* distinctly
rllri.I. utructiuins annexed and a1.>o the laua |'fffiicJ tn She At tit f at I'ilalkd bjr 0 r MadUon Monday Wednesday and Friday I Arrive at Pvncaeola ly 11 a m. I stated ; also the riJ.>.K' of conveyance, if a higher luodIbati <
ttxe|li DTarae.yt.i at\ I parmjUct copy t-f this advertisement, to be found at Bids for an additional trip per week will be considered at Galli; 6373 From I'etHKiwlo t_ Wuiimglvu, ii ,..!coO and I lHxovb.'ivk b* Mill-Ode.!L The wi.rd with slut

friend J.nt T*\". jn. j i the prin r"1 |1s1atfl1-e5.) i iy | Arrive at Thomasville by 9pm; i back daily. o-lriitjr, ccrtaiiitr. and scoiirily,'* iiu>crtrd to indicate
\ l. CScMteery.Tbom t *.il '...W Fcinandiua to Charleston (S. C..) ItO 6525 From Welaka to Pilatka 55 miles and back, i Leave Tbomasville Monday, Wednesday and Friday Leave Pcnsacula daily at Si a ni the motle of conveyance, will coi titote a sSrrjjj

> K. ItH. ard. Ev.ctatvr, |i :j jJ.fltbr' mile: and t'c.V.! in *t >amers. six tiiacs U week, or once a week. at 10 p n> ; Arrive at Warrington by CJ 1 nil; When n star bid U intended, no specific courejttncawujt
Ac, J nie C. Turner j daily if wit-mint-e* FO nai. j jLeave I I.ea'c't'laka Saturday at 8 a m; Arrive Madison: next Java by 1pm.f532 Leave Wnrrington daily at 7 a m ; bo naiiifd. But iti rate two mo a ". J j jT'M'OX Ftruandia* J-l'l/' except Sunday (or daily,) ;, Arrive at Pilutka by C p m ; I From Waukeenali \iy Finholloway Econ-I Arrive at Pensacc-la 10 a m. are nanieil at tIe saute comprnsution, the highest or

eatLefI4'tIIrv cvtkt3ec bat Ja.'a C. Tur i at Sara; i Leave Pilatka Fiid.iy 8 a ra ; | phenia, (local.) Sprint Warrior and Cook's Hammock 6574 From Peusuco'a! by BluLt-Iy, (Ata,) to Mo I bvi-t for the service will be taken.

".t.f the"DeftiKlantj in tlie abe stated t Arrive at Clmkelon Iv ? p ra ; I Arrive at U'elaka by 6 p m. j to Clay Landing 109 miles and back once a bile. 74 f miles and buck daily.Leave 15. Liddcrs are requested to toe m fir as practicable

suit, rewdc 1.01 1 tbe luuits i wf tl e State of Fl. nda. Leave: Charleston daily csc."t. Sunday,(or daily.) j 6526 From Fort G'ate*. by Lake Charles: and SilI I week. Pensncola daily: at 12 m; lie printed founof |nioposal fuini-licd by tha
tut within 'Iiri:" i f t\us\ State of (;C rsia ; it IK at 9.30 am I i vcr Spring, to Oeala, 35 miles and lack,once a week. I Leave Waukeenah Monday at 6 a ni; I Arrive at Mobile next day by 6 a in: fpnitni"iit. to write out in full the suns of their bids,
a.jutm. 11 iT'Uind. deere* l, that said James C. : Arrive *t FtYnatxlina: Ly 9.SO p nf. I Ifi5 Leave Foil' Gates Monday at 'J t m ; Arrive at Clay Landing next Wednesday by 6 p m; Leave Mobile daily at 7 u m ; and to retain ct>pi '9 ol' them.
Tunier 14aJ..awwer t r demur tu the Hill of Complaint : e From FernatMlina I by lUrt' final: Calla- | Airive at Ocala I by 7pm ; Leave Clay Landing Thursday at 6 a m ; i Arrive at PeiifticoLi next day l-y 24 a m. Altered 'jld-< should nut lx ,submitted ; nor sTionlil

file in thi can-c by the Crct Monday in JU: ban, Rildwin Trail Ridge! Starke &'"i Waldo, to Leave Ocala Tuesday at t 2 n m Arrive \Vaukeeuah next Saturday by 6 p m. I 6575 From New OrleaLs, (La.) by P nt ae..Iii. I lila nut'* *nrmilled be it iihlrawn. JTo withdrawal

next, C1l tbs Pill 'illl.tak { Bids: for will: and Hull to Madison, 411 miles and and 1 Manatee, to Key West, 1.WO miles and back
This order I* puUitlntl in mite newspaper if connecting routes so run. semi-weekly service be considered. Moscley And rcccited L fore the last day for receiving prc poeals.
.' in .the City of T.I.ha.e. for the space of threcU"IU" Leave Fernandma dAily, except Sunday (or .!- j C527 From Adamsville, by Palmyra Lake Harris, back once a week twice month iu fiat cLi", side-wheel sea sieauiersof .

next. b (., .i.t Monday in June. ly,) oo naive c-f noithtrn mail-ear at 10 p in ; Lake Gritfiu and Mossy Grove, to 110\\"illuille. 45 Leave Waukcen-tb Saturday at G am. not less than 400 tons, custom-hou-w meaurenieiit. I I-lieh bid tuu.-t be guarantied by two reepoudLIepeioits.
Joe arxl ordered"at <'hamlx. .thi"81t January.: Arrive at Gainesville nert days I Ly 4 a m ; j Ethics! nn.l! back oiioe' a wN.k.i. Arrive at Madison by :: p m ; Leave New Oilcans i-u the 15th und 29lh uf each .

18.VJ. J. VAYLES RAKKO. JI.I, -;( Leave Gainesville daily -x<'ept Sunday, (or daily !: ..a' \d.tms'iI1t Friday at 3 pin ; I Leave Madison Friday at 6 a m ; int-nth.; > ", .. > ., 'M' I (iCTil rat gnarantWs.-snn'4- -i.e a.1.ii4ltrJ-_ -The- tAd
A true copy-Attctt :. C. A. I5HYAN, Cl'k. ; ,)at 8 p m ; t! Anive at H.iukifiFulIc next day I.)' G pm ; Arrive Waiikcenali by 8 p in. arrive ni ivey n est on me r.u ana t>in ; and guaranty hould be .iga.J plainly itli tl.o full
February 5. lb3V 6- 3mWaukeenah Arrive at Fcrnandini next diys by 2 a rn. Leave UrwlinHillt Thursday at f a in ; I 6554 From M<*ely: Hall to Fiuholloway, 20 miles I Leave KeyVe.t ou the l-Lli and 26th of each I name of cads |"cr
_._ __- __ __ i 6303 From Callahan. bv Na'.au C. H.. I'i!:'* > Arrive at Adamsville next day by 12 m. I and back. once a week. month; The department receives the riirht lo reject any LM
) ; Ferry and Outre Village, (:3.,) to Trader1 Hill | 6528 From Enterprise to New Smyrna, 30 ini'es' Leave Moscly Hall Monday at 5 a m ; I Arrive at New Orleans! on the 22d nod 6th. which may be ,Wmed extrrtvgant.aril also t* di-regard
Academy, 3 to miles and bLCk.'Ice: a week. and back once a week. I' Arrive at Finholloway by 12 m; Bids for an additional trip per month will be eoiisidered I I (he bids of failing; roiitraetotit mel l bidders.

.1EFFEJ.sov )"\' J.7IIi. Leave Callahan Tuesday and Saturday at 12 eiLt, !'i Leave Enterprise Wednesday at C a m; ,I Leave Finholloway Monday at 1 p m ; ; also] bids to extend the route to Havana: I 16. Tl.e bid should be euulcd. cuperscribid "MailProfNiBaK
( or oa an i'al ..f mail from FernaiMliria ; Arrive at New Smyrna by 6 p m ; Arrive at Moscly Hall bv 8 p m. I Cuba. State of .-," addrewed Second As-'
r 'IITRLTV'- \.KEr AII ACADE1 I Arrive at Trader's Hill next da:s by 12 m ; 'I Leave New Smyrna Tue.-Jay at 6 a in ; 6555 From Walker's Mill to Waukeeuah 6 miles eistant Postmaster General, CouCract < nTict," nvl sent
MY hate Hed Ih.i ''I"ict <-f Mr. Si EI. Hill Tues. and : Arrive and buck twice week.. FORM OF PROPOSAL. GUARANTY. AND! waif l
t I. ave Trader's : at 11am ; at Enterprise br C p rn. by not by or to nn nrnt : an postmasters will
I'ASOO. A. 15, a a cxpci Kiicod Tea.-b) r, ne | 'iiicipal f,r th' p. I C.'iOl From I
ant %er. and a ibh to call. the attention of IlffUt bark, ouce a week. I Picrceville: and Spring Hill, to Buy Putt, 121 milts 6pmrri'e at WmkceMIII.y 7J p m ; 'I'1'"I. r. 17. Tne contract. are to executed and relumed

and (;ul,Jjal!tn the bih! (lontl..naI! nranttgee! :1 Lo ve Len isville Tuesday at 8 a m ; !j nnd back once a week. Leave Waukeenah Wednesday and I Saturday at The understjjued -, whose pot office address to the department by or before the lit Jay of AMffust.
\\luch win be affril by ibis Imtltld.u.. the in- t'allahan lo Bidders will schedule and but the service must be
j An ;v* at by a ia ; iJjrutf propose departures 4pm; is -, of -. State of.1'1'01"ones lt59 ; ci-miuerx-ed-
tru.li.ll 4.1 v.Hithof botli sex Tuesnlay p in ; ( J p to the mails cf the United States, front July I July preceilinor on day
A"'mi. }cti will l be diided i.ito tJircoierm : Arrive at Iwisville by 4pm. Bids to commence at Pierctvillc will be considered j 5556; From St. Marks, by Hodson's Distillery, to 1 1859 carry June 30 1S63. No. between thai date, whether the conUacts be execoted'or not.
I to on -.
as (.,1"w. CiOi Frorn .'ack"11.IIe.. by Rildwin JJavbcr's, ;| 6530 From Mellonville to OrUiudo 2CJ miles and I Tallahassee, 21} miles and back six times a week, and -, agreeably:r..tlle to tie ndver- I I No proposition to trailer will be ccnai-kfed until the
First from January I? to April: ,' Ncwbcrgh.; AI...; it r. Little !Iiirir. Helena Spring j back once a week. or daily connecting routes eo run. I ti'emcnt of the Postmaster General dated December contracts are xecutcd ami re -.-iv .| jvt the department

Second term {ruin April :23 to July 29. Grove, Colaml". 2..ben. San.ly Ford. Moutieello. j Leave Mellonville Tuesday at I p m ; .j Leave St Marks daily, except Sunday, (or daily,) 13, 1858 and by the fI:low ing movie of cOIIVt"yal.ct''IZ I : and then no transfer will IK" allowed nrdess
Third term Irvin.tfIIt 26 t' Pecrrubcr 23. Walker's Mill. Uailt\v' -111.[ and) Chairca. to Talla-I i Arrive at Orlando by V p m ; at 2.15 p m ; \ : -, for the annual sum of >(->llar gras] and sntTicicr.t reasons thereby are given to b.
A Utorovgb exminatin of all the classes will b haescc 191 miles and Ijac*. -"ix times week or daily I Leave Orlando Tuesday at 5 a in ; Arrive at Tallahassee by :.:0 p m ; i I determined by the depai tment. In all'cases the retiring
ma.Jc at the! ( "e (. every tum.I.TI. if connecting ror.tcM: so .m:. Arrive at Mellonville by 12 m. Leave Tallahassee daily, except Sunday (or Tlii,projxutal i* n
OF 1 !R't'IO: ; ; Leave Jaeksonvillc daily exctr't Sunday, (or daily. I Bids to extend. by Fort Gatlia Sochrum and IchcptickeMssa. doily.) at 10am ; I Ji1tane11te nude, the rriy/tt t f the tunil t<> be j'! sure tie* on the new contract
.) at 1.30 am; i to Tampa, will be considered Arrive at St. Marks by 11.25 a 01. eni-rtfJ anJ till otlifr particular in rrfert see (I therotilenxjuerfiff I' 18. Postmas'crs at office on or near railroads, but
Course . .. .? C term. I
Arrive at Tallahassee next days by '..) am ; 6531 From New Smyrna ta Indian River 120 6557 From St. Marks to Newport, 4 miles and ,cJRd. ,ilio, 'ftu' rarriul examination mote than eighty rods from a station, will, immediately
fir .
Academic 10
C'lr'p" ( -t year) 0 I rnl. six times week.. nf the lair. and iitntrurtioH attachf to i/i' adnrtite- I March next their
Academic Course after first). 1 3 00 jxr term.Classical I earc Tallaliassce daily, except Sunday, \vr ;'ai- !i miles and back twice a month. back I after the 81st of report exact -
.( 1C tX) term.Each 1 iat4prn) : 1 Leave New Smyrna on Ole let and 3d Thursday Leave St. Marks daily except Sunday, at 11.45a net, and tiibjiet to all the condition; therein distance from the nearest station, and how they are

Co to those in per Course6OOpcrtrm. Arrive at Jacksonville next days by 12 ni ht.I' :f each month ; m ; laittrd. 1.-1 othcrnioe supplied with (the mail, to enable the Postmaster

? Language. \cndlie :I 65',C From Trail Ridge to Middloburg, 15 miles j I Arrive at Indian River in C days ; Arrive at Newport at 0.45 p m ; Dated (Signed ) General to direct a mail mesenger supply
Indian River the 2J and 4th Wednesday Leave Newport daily except Sunday, at 1 ; frcm the lit of July next
Tax ami l'11t1 to to ccnU lerm.IViard and back three times week.. i :aV? ou pm GiM'tmty. I I
Academy jxr
: Leave Trail Ridge Tuesday Thursday and Saturday of each month ; Arrive at St. Marks by 2 p m. I 0. Section eighteen of an act of Congress approved
families from f S 00 to IX) The ftCllmll State of .
R1on'h. 10 piivate tO [ at 2 a m, or on arrival of mail from Feruandiua ; :j Arrive a; Nev-Smyrna in 6 days 6553 From Tallahassee to Miceocukic, 22 miles undertake undersigned.if the at -bid fr, -tie, I March 3.1845, pr .
branchrs. inrtruction Arrive at Middleburg by C a in ; :, 6532 From Or.'ando (by the south side of Lake and back twice a week. that foregoing carrying jiortio"of tlie mail shill be let a 1 iu every case to the _ _
Ia addition
the Kngli-li Postmaster
mail No. be the
to curf/mmy on route adopted by I
will be pivou in limk kw'ping the bi hcr Leave Middleburg Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-I Apopka) to Ad.ini vi''f.:! 65 miles and back once a |! Leave Tallahassee! Monday anti Friday at 7am ; I General the bidder shall, prior l I.' thu hit day of lowest bidder tendering Mufficient guaranties for faithful
Arrive at Miccosnkie by 1 p m ; performance without other reference to the mode
14U.ctnati4.a. aud' in Gret-V. French and Span .layat.4pm ; w I.lin. I August required or
i A fur admission should be made to Arrive at 1'1 ail Ridge by S p m. Leave Orlando Wednesu.iv itt 12 m ; Leave Miccosukie: Tuesday and Saturday at 7 a ni; I to the service with of sufli trnnsm-rlation than may be oeee.ary to pro-
contract perform proposed gnutland
h Pllcti.n" JOHN A. F.DWARDS, C507 Frora New Kivir to frail Jtile, 13 miles i Arrive at Adamsville next day Lf 0 p m ; j Arrive at Tallahassee by 1 p m. sufficient sureties tide for the due celerity certainty and security of
Irildral Bids for tri-weekly service will be consideretL655'J I ucli transportation." I'nler this law a new descrip-
Sec'v Hoard of Tru -lee'. i and back once a week. Leave Adamsville Friday at jam ;
IS 5-Srn I Leave New River Saturday at 1 p m ; I Anive at Orlando next clay by 1 p m. Front Tallahassee, by Jackson's Bluff and 77iU; xr Jo vn'lfrtttin'liny dixtiiittly tht,b:1.lli.u. lion of bids laSS been recivetL They d>> not specify

Jamat. 29.. ;! -- Arrive at Trail Ridge by 5 p m ; Bid to run on the north ride of Lake Apopkrf willbe Blue Creek to Kidleysville 8u miles and back once and liiibilitie axxuuitd hy ijiwrantor* under the 27 t/t I a mode of conveyance, but engage to'take the entire
G. Leave Trail Ridge Saturday at S a m; I considered. I I a week. action ofthtart o/C'unqea. of July *, )8$11. findayftcinrf I mail each trip with celerity certainty aud security
( Troup MaxweU, M. D. Arrive at New River by 12 m. 6533 From Tampa by Alafia, to Icbepucka'S3, j Leave Tallahajsee Wednesday at 9 am; to abide l>y tht paluliH therein protiJrJ. uing the term of the law. These bids are styled,

OFFICK vV HHrtlDCNCi: CITY hOTEL, I 6508 From Starke. by Cadiz and Tirnmons, to 37 miles and back once a week. Arrive at Jackson Bluff by 6 p m ; Dated (Signed by two guarantors.) from the manner in which they are designated oa the
I Jackson's Bluff Thursday at 7 a m books of the department. / / bitU. and tl> will
Pilatka 66 miles and back once a week. .1 Leave Tampa Tuesday at t p m ; Jxve ; y
T"lallassu. Fla. I Leave Starke Friday at 7 am ; Arrive at Ichepuckesaaa next day by 5 p m ; Arrive at Ridleysville by 3pm; Certiji'ate.The be cixistrticd as providing for the e
January CO, 859. .> i Arrive I'IIatka.newt day by 7 p tn ; Leave Ichepuckceatsa Monday at 5 p m ; Leave 'leys\ille' Thursday at 4 p m ; undersigned, postmnter t nt -, Stile t-f entire mail, hmrerrr Itryf. and tebiterrr my It tht
-- -- I Leave Pilatka Wednesday at 5 a m ; Arrive at Tampa next day Vy 4 p m. Arrive at Ja"bl'n'a Bluff next day by 12 in; _. certifies. Laura iiis OATH OK OHICK.: that lIe mode Hfcrttary to future itt rtlrrify, nrtoitty and

Lime Lime Arrive at Starke next day by 5 p m. I' Bids for twice a week scrvict will be considered. Leave Jackson's Bluff Tuesday at 8am ; is acquainted with the alxive guarantor, antI knows scrs'rib.' '
i P.id for semi-weekly and also for tri-weckly trips, Proposals are invited to run)after passing Alafia Arrive at Tallahassf by 6 p in them to be men of property and able to make good When this lowest grade of service is le'iered to be

600; nARREI. 'f FRESH BURST TE.lIt. i and to run by a quicker schedule will be considered. 1[ to Fort Meade omitting Iehep cke8al'a. 6560 From Tallahassee by Bcubadcn and Shell their guaranty. RiiMiiient, the lowest bid will bo accepted in prefer

: superior quality. 'rOI I 6509 From Starke, by New River to Providence I| 6534 From Tampa b) Senlnolc to Manatee, 40 j Point to Sopchoppy,45 rnUca and back,once a week. Dated (. ineJ.) I CISCO til a ttvr or specific bid.
sale by JOHN }1 H.:01'. | 86 miles and back once a week. j miles and back, once a week. ,I Leave Tallahassee Friday at I p m ; INSTRUCTIONS When the lowest bM i* not a Ur bvl.ait-1 specifies'

Jau\ar 29.. 1859. 5-4t- ( Leave Starke Monday at 7 a m ; Leave Tampa Monday at 7 am; I Arrive at Sopchoppy next day by 6 pm. either NO mode oran inade]-*lf. mod. of conveyance,
-- I Arrive at Providence by 6 p m ; j Arrive at Manatee next day bv 4 p m; Leave Sopchoppy Thursday at 5 a m ; Containing; tvpditiwf to t* inrofptirnled in the contracts it will not be excepted,but be set aside f>r a specific

A. J. PEELER'S, !i Leave Providence Tuesday ut 6 a ra ; Leave Manatee Wednesday ai 7 a m ; ( Arrive at Tallahassee next day by 11 a m. tothetj-ltfl thedfj"rtmentm.jydttmpropr. I bid proposing the necessary service.
Arrive at Starke by 5 p m. Arrive at Tampa next day by 4 p m. j 8561 From Juiney. by Mount 'Pleasant to Cbsttahoochec I 1. Seven minutes arc allowed) to each intermediateoffice When the bid docs not specify a mode of conveyance
LAW & COLLECTION bids for semi-weekly and also for tri-weekly trips, Bids are invited to run by &. I'j 21 miles and back three times a week. | when not otherwise specified!, for assorting the also when ii pn.p..wto carry <<*.rdir-g to"
TAL.I:1'. n.nItn.\: will be considered. I, Proposals for more frequent tiips will be consid- ; Leave Quincy Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday : mails ; but on railroad aral steamboat routes thereis the advertisement," hut with<*it arch *;>reificatt<.n. it

"\TILL Practice in tin- CirCuit C4urtofa4kn : 6510 From Gainesville, by Slicanopy, Flemirg- ered ; also separate bids for wtukly service from { at Sam : I to be no more delay than is sufficient for au exchange I will be considered aa a proposal for horseback service.

T leona"ul'. Jeflcrfon ami Madi-ion: :lj : ton, Ocala Lour "'amr. Pine Level Adamsville.Sumpterville Tampa Old Tampa Bay. j Arrive at Chattabooccce by 1 p w ; of the mail bag 20 A modification of a bid n any of its essential
attend promptly tht collection cf note* and acseiuta i Monroe's Ferry. Pierceville, and Fort 1 6535 From Key West to Miami 175 miles aud ) Leave Chattabooehec Monday, Wednesday and 2. On railroad and' steamboat line*. and other terms U taatamount to a new bid; and caunot be received

in any of .id Coautic : Taylor. t<> Tampa 165 miles and back, three timesa back once a mouth. Friday at 12 m; routes where the mode of conveyance admits of it, so as to interfere with a regular competition' ,
t3f Office in the ".'rif.1 oppoeite the door c-f the I week. Leave Key West on the 8th of each month Arrive Quincy by 5 p m. the special agents of departments, also post-office after the last hour net f for reeeitin liJds. Mating a

Attorney's General .- Leave Gainesville Tuesday Thursday and Satur- Arrive at Miami by the ISlb ; Proposals for three additional trips per week willbe blacks mnil bags, locks and key,are to be conveyed new bid with guaranty and certificate- theonly

Feb. 27,1858. 9tfCopyist i day on arrival of mail from f"emaudioa-say at 5 I Leave Miami on Ole 19th of each month ; considered. without extra charge. way to modify a previous bid.
--- i On railroad and steamboat lines the route 21. Postmasters are to be careful net certify It*,
- aiu ; Arrive at Key West by the 24th. Bids to end at Mount Pleasant omitting Chatta- 8. ugents I
:EL. : QUNN i Arrive at Tampa next days by II pm ; i Bids for semi-moothly and also for weekly ser-ice lioocbee, are invited. of the department are to be conveyed without charge sufficiency guarantors sureties wit oct knowing
and Accountant I Leave Tampa Monday Wednesday anti Friday at will be considered if suitable schedules be proposed. I 6562 From Bainbridge, (Ga.) by Chattahowchce, and for their exclusive use, while travelling iiUh the that they are persons of sufficient r spon.i>*ility ;.aix J _ _
lam ; 6536 From Clear Water Harbor to Tuipa60miles (Fla,) Ocheese, Long Cane Ridleysville and Rickoe' mails a comm iious car or apartment in the centre I all bidders, guarantors, and sureties are distinctly notified

OFFKS HIS SEKVICEH To 1/1 PUBLIC. Arrive at Gainesville next days by 7 p in. and back once week. I Bluff, to Apalachicola. 206 miles and back six lime of a ear, properly lighted warmed, and famished: that ou a failure to enter into or per >rni the
,- I 6511 From Gainesville, by Fort Clark, to New- Bidders will propose a schedule of departures aid a week from 15th October to 15th June of each and adapted to the convenient separation and due Contracts ftc the service ?rol.osed for.iii the aewptej
OFFICB AT THE 'rITO nansville 23 miles and back three times a week. arri"111. year and three times a week the residue in first security vf the mails, is to be provided by tbe con bid, their legal liabilities millil1 etkiced. against

October :SO. 1858. 44AUCTION. Leave Gainesville Tuesday Thursday and Saturday ProK>8als for twice a week service will be cons/fl-/ class steamboats with the privilege of using two- tractor under tbe direction of the department. them.
--- -- -. -- -- --- on arrival of mail from Fcrnandina-say at bam I ered. I horse coaches from Bainbridge to Chattaboochee Railroad and kteamboat companies are required to 22.; Present eonlra/-lor, svalpsrwus Inowa at the

; | 6537 From Bay Port to Clear Water Harbor *t) when the river is too low for navigation. take tbe mail from and deliver tt'ioto the post offices !partmfnt mutt, eqouVy! witli others, procure jruaraator -

I Arrive at Newnansville by 11 a m; miles and back twice a month.' .j i at the commencement aud end:Jbeir routes,and to ? aral i rertificativof their suSiciency substantially
ON the Ut MONDAY in March 1 859, will L sold Leave Ncwuansville Tuesday, Thursday and Sat- 'I'j( Leave Bay Port on the 2d and 18th of each moot ; I From Sib of October to 15lA June. and from all office not more than.:eighty; rods from in the fornisu a,!**** pr -'iibed. The certificate of

l.f're the Court bonne J', an old woman; noisy at I p m ; j Arrive at Clear Water Haibor on tbe 3d aud 1M; I Leave Bainbridge daily except Sunday 2pm; a station or landing. Proposals may be submitted sufficiency must br signed by a postmaster by a
n), good bUickeiuiih. Ac. llllcti: a likely girl; I I for the of all other ride service-that is judge of a cojirt o* rccoid. NO other certificate will
: : ; l. A i rive at Gainesville by 7 p m. : Leave Clear Water Harbor on the 3d and Arrive at Apalachicola next days by 4 'p m:
GaL it1 a lik'lLov." Terms fa b. t 65IS From Mkauopy to Wacabootk, 12 miles! j each month ; Leave ApaUthieola daily except Monday, at Cpus fur offices over eighty ds from a station or laodin adgntrrd. A A 0 ON, V. CP.O WIJ,
R. II. BEKRY, Auct. j.I I Receipts will be required fror mail baa conveyed PMlimuttr GtxertL. '
j and back twice a week. Arrive at Bay Port on the 4th and 20th. ; *
J&nutij 23, IKJ* 3 1 Lea Micanopy Tbur and Saturday at t a m j Bids for weekly trips will be .u iJt'red. ULh/f/ Aritv at Baiobridge neal days by. 9 p m. id charge of peiiona employed l-y mailn.d companie.. I January?, 1853. 4-12w .'. -- : ,.

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------ : --I EiDY : & ECHEDULE OF TRAINS WILLIAM P. SLUSSER i Insolvent Estate Notice.

The Floridian & Journal !, WOOD, & CO.'S Tallahassee & Pen. Geo. OS THE FLORIDA., I I STATE OF FLOID.JEFFERSO
MAMJFACTruEE CF CorrrK/fis:AND: SHEET j IES W. DtWITT, adLuustMtcr f tie Etat.-

At Two DOILAM per annum in advance. .- p;. e _Q ix:: PLAIN, F.:1:: JAPAS>EDWAKE. I d .cca,ed, Las Sled in tLe I'rQeste ole: of Jefferson
(county, :written sugge!tk>o lIst the Estate -
Prize OOOO .
TERMS OF ADVERTISING.On Capital $ -0-- LEAVES FERNANDJXA DAILY, of ("harle W. Do Wit to bii iasol!>ent; TLera-

- .. equare.. of each 12 lines or less first insertion** $I 00 CO TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS Change of Schedule. (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,) A SPLENDID Stove assortment Dlend-Cocking tiaUcr, Parlor*: I against fore, notice said Foliate is given, to, appear& and prevent file the having tame claim with

lublleftnt Business Cards inserted at!1 0 ------ -o-- arrival of Steamers from Charleston and Savannah XA. and Wood Store, trimmed with neatucs t Sand the Judge of Probate cf sanicounty
annum.Professional and per NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC THE Department. having; ordered a daily mail cr- ON connecting at CallaUn: with Stage for : durability, at reduced prices. 53. l1th day of ilav next, "lltn'tbee will be I prr.t

Advertisements not marl d with the mimber of A S the members chcr firm bare by way of pur. between Tallahassee aud Walker's Mill, Trader's Hill and Ccntreviilx, Ga. ; at Baldwin with Out Door Work. I of the funds belonging to saij EstateS

insertions will be continued until foibid. and charged -.1-x chase become the ownerof thi! grants charteredby the Train will run on and after the first of January Stage for Tallahassee ; at Tail Bridge with Stage Ornamental Front Heads :amongst the creditors thereof, at which time the said
accordingly. I the States cf Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, and 185)9, as follows: for Middleburg: ; and at Starke with Stages fee New- und Conducting Guttering, Cop I James W. DeWitt nil! apply for his final discharge

Certificates of publication of legal: or estate I'' part of those in Georgia, under the management of On the Pen. Sf Ceo. Railroad : nansville, Gainsvill, Micauopy Flemington, anti per Zinc, Tn Pipes, Patent Cistern Pipes.Pumps.Sbee Shop work fiorn tie administration TI10S.: J. CHASE of said Estate. of .
not'uvs will Dot be given until the advertising fee is Messrs. G regory &: Maury of Wilmington. Delaware.we Ooala. I Judge Pr.t
done short notice.
_ / of variety at
I have deemed it expedient to change tLc name of Leave Tallahassee! daily at..4 P. M. LEAVE Starke daily (Sundays excepted,) on arrival every Not'Pffibr U. IS58 46-6rn

paid. .__ our firm on and 1 after January 1st, 1S5', to that of Arrive at Walker's Mill by .. 5.30 1'. 3!. 01 Stages and connecting at Feruaiidiua with City ami CotiiHry&ITlercIinnts I Notice.SIX 'a
---'" n have the Leave Walkers Mill daily nt..8 A. M. Savannah and Charleston on Monday, .
WOOD EDDY A CO.. who will hereafter Steamers for ,
Arrive Tallahassee .. .. 9.30 A. M. Are respectfully. io"ite to give me :call: befoie per months after the first of this
HOTEL. I management of the :Sparta:; Academy] Lottery and by Tuesday \Vednesday and }iday. J publication DO
CITY .... chasing :
1' a.ii ; ____ '1 the others, xs above named. Connecting at Walkers Mill with Post; Coaches via A. IL COLE, Sup't. N. B. All articles manufactncd from the the undesigned atlmiistrat( x cf the Ei-
I II In all transactions! we have cndtavwed to conductour Moiiticelb to Albany every evening of the week ex- May I, 1158. 18 and warranted durable. very t tate of Flitcher Whitaker, (: late of Leon
material No other
best :
JOHN DEMILLY, busiuesa with integrity! nod promptness, and we cepthig Sunday and twice a week connecting with Irt county, will present her fiua! ( to the Judge of aProbate

""{ rOULD. respectfully inform the public that lie can assure the public that the patronage heretofore Coaches running to Madison, Alligator Baldwin and IEDIC.LOTICE.. lewill be offered for sle. of si county and j.k to l)discharge!
October 18
1'' V Las leased the CITY HOTEL (known u the bt.'htvwed on us is well desen ing of being transferred j Jacksou\ille. -0-- ._ n__ __ __ : __ __ __ ____ SAUA1IVI1ITAKEK, Admfx.Sept. .
Brown Hotel.) and will take charge oil the first of to our Very respectfully. 11.1858. 3.-611
On the TtillaJiassce Railroad
May next. his untiring exertions will be u!\ed to give S. SWAN d: CO. : Dr. J. H. M. Gardner, Livery and Sale Stable. ---Notice.

I full ati_iaction to all who will patronize him. Augusta Ga.., Dec. 15, 1S58. Leave Tallahassee! daily (except Sunday) offers his Puo- ,
24, 185S. 11 ---- ----- -- at. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10 A. :!or. nAVING ocatedat LLOYD, THE undersigned gins uo- months aftr the first publication! of this no
April :
------ WOOD, J-JJJ) r 4' CO Managers, Arrive at St Marks by. .. .. .. 00 11.25 A. M. ."'. SFBVKES to the Citizens c-f the placa that lw Las pur )SIX the undersigned administratrix of the Estate
Nathaniel Hamlen Leave St. Marks daily (cxccrt Sunday) and the surrouiding country. :e 5 chased the Livery Stable ofj_ of Rev. John We'!*y II(ff'). deceased, late of Jefersoii .

Successors to S. sW.co.. at. ., .. .. .. .. .. :. 2.15 P. 31. Oct 0, 1853 41 William II. Newsom,in TaJahassee.togetbe wJb the county, will present her final account and

COMMISSION MERCHANT' ------ Arrive at Tallahassee at. . .. .. 3.30: P. M. good will of the establishment hi is now vouchers: to the Judge Probate: of sad county, and .
r following Scheme will be drawn Ly"O pIIE
prepared to in all its branches, I for
No. 33 i'oydras St., New OIIcan0 .J_ ECPT J; Co., Manager, of the Spaita Academy Connecting with Po&t Coach to New Port on arrival carryon the :discharge.
and the with accommodationsin

I Lotteiy fur in each cf their Single Number Lotteries of Train and; and which with returns the line before of Mail the Steamers departure between of the LIVERY IIi II SALE STABLES, his promises line ou reasonable public term?.good i Mlntic4'1t',LAumXD.1" -. : _RIODELtx.!:tEE! J
February, 1859at Augusta, Georgia: iupub-
TOExCoT..James-: E. Broome, ) Taljaliage, K lic,under (he superintendence of Cumniin.ioucrs.(1asS : New point Oilcans on:tie,Gulf Key: arriving West and at Culja.St. )lal1..on and intermediate their way I TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Sep. 6,1836 RICHARD 36 SAUNDERS. Notice.S ,

Gen. U. A. fc-bine, r rA. 6 Dram KfitnrJity, February 5, 1S59.C7 ; to Ky West on the 18th Coil lit or 2nd of each Proprietor would in- Montis aft, the first.piblicatioti if ttl notice

_I B. Noye. Eeq, ) .... }'l a. M 7 /Mrtfaturtliti, February 12: 1859. month, and arriving at St Marks on thfir way to '.1C..i"I'Il form his friends and the MILES NASH &CO. the undersigntd wi'.l: present Lw : Account -
.HwllO. __ he has rebuilt his_ _
ILLSpeneerE* f (lax I/Slum Saturday, February 19), 1859. New Oikans on the Ith:) and 20th of each mouth. I that Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, &c. aud vouchers as aJm:uistratvr f'C the Estate. -
John J. Snelling. Quincy, Flo.Gen. doss 'J JJratcs SvturJaif", Felruary 20, 1S59. Whenever these days: come ou :Sunday: the Train arge Brick Stables, at the old stand! and is now of Thomas H. veritt, decea ed, late of Leon cx-uuty,
Wm. Bailey Jeflersou county Fla. will run ou that t'ay to cuti.ctEDWARD I prepared to :accommodate his frien.b and customers JUST received from New Yerk per bark It II.Gam and ask fur a discharge.
J. O Putuain, K:&.).. Jladi d<.n Fla. OX THE PL.IX OFXIXVLE LUMBERS. IIOUSTOUX: lie also has attached to hn Stables, a good) Blacksmith a general assortment of articles our lint. JESSE: AVERITT, Fxt'r.

I. Augustus' Steele, E q, Cedar Keys. Fla.Daniel Shop,uhere lie will have have done all ki"Ir, uch, as Oila.of almost every kind, During Fluff, Oct. 2, ISS. 40-flm .
L Bell Es!1., Hamilton county, Fla.Ed. 60,000 Tickets 1'rcsf. 4' Sup'I.Jauuary Plantation work Horse shoeing;,and Curiagework in White Lead, Zinc and other paints, U'indow Gloss o C ----- _ _ _

Ueniitijftoii Kwj.. N'lJOnatil; '. GCO 1, 1859.; 1PLANTERS' the very best manner: and with piomptness and dis best quality Putty, Brushes, Potash, Soda, Sparkling Notice.SIX .
i 5,485 ----- ----
: Kl.: SeixuiEwj ) patch.November. Gelallt Mustard, French Brandy best
Ludo (very ,) I Months after date I shall! present my final
_ f; Jack J. }Marsh tUq, Duncanville Gto.Nov. NEAELT ONE riMZE TO EVEUY NINE TKKEKT9TO : HOTEL 1853. 44 for purposes, Spices, Pepper. Lemon Syrup. .ifld vouchers to the lion. Judge"of I'ro
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20. 1858. 47 .- -- -- -- U.VIFICE.V7' .W.'l/hJ/R! Inks,Quinine Peruvian Bark. Fluid Extrc Buchute bate Jvfferoo county, as adniiititor of the Estate
------ i Carriages, Buggies, and Harness, < .ito., aud a general assortment uf Popular Paten of A NN BAlLET,latej;*f said county,deceased,
A7GALLIE 'tl> BE I.A"C< EACH sATUiDAr ix FEBRUARY Medicines. We
keep none but the best and
very aad a- for a discharge from said admiuUtration.J.VME3 .
1 Prizetf. .150,000 I Prises of. .:$1500 liIi; Tallahassee, Fla. rrmTIlE : For Sale by P. B. Brokaw. hope to merit your I f. AdmtV.

li\LKH: IN 1" 20.000 60" . 500 patrvDngl.ILE ASH. CO. CARTER
I : has just received & Get 30, 1858. -
1" 10,000 100 . 400 SYDSCltIr.Elt"ouIJ respectfully infoiii rrIIrSuLscaiLcr March 2?, 1S56 -__ __'
DRY (GOODS PROVISIONS\ 1 5,000 10() .eo :300 fiiends and tltu pirblic !generally, that !the of Carriage; --- Notice.
and Harness which he
above well-known HOTEL will be opened on tie i Buggies! ; offais
I 4,000 100" . 150 Just Received !
for sale the most reasonable terms. Months after date I shall final
1" . 3,000: 100 . loo1j.jroxaeatoa second day of Auguc-t next. He invites the att on SIX present my
A N nGROCERIES tiou of the public to its November 18, 1654.; 46 TERbiig SAMPSON from New York and and ouchers l the Honorable Judge
------ per
I'nzcs. -L of Probate Jefferson couniy, as administratrix of
steamer GALVESTON from New
IN GENERAL. Facilities for their Accommodation.It Orleans: l
4 Prizes: : .f J100 n al'I pro'jr. to ?50OOO I'rzure: ?1,600 NEW CARRIAGE SHOP. Fresh the Estate" of Jes.Uru.UIII, late of said county,
in the immediate of the Buckwheat Superfine do. and ask
being desirable for from
November 13,1&5S. 4FIIESIIGAIIBEN ________ _____on __n_ __ ___ 4 .. 300"50" 20.000 1 10,000 1,200 buiiuess portiou of the city, presents 1hhl- undersigned bogs leave to inform the citizens Goshen Butter, I Extra Re-boiled Syrup, wtration. REBECCA 1 GclANTUAM,
4 1,000 1 AJ'x
N. 1 Mackerel in Ribbed Sides and Shoul-
Tallahassee and viuciuity, that he has kit I Oct. 30. 185S.
LYDUCEJIE.1'Slo H61Notice.
4" 225 ;
.OOO" S IIOO" >0
\ SEEDS.Gro opened a carriage shop in this place joining English Diary ,
|] 4 4.QOe" 00 the traveler of business or pleasure, and u unsir- Citron and Currants, Sugar cured Hams, .

4"-I. HiO"100" :1.,000"00" GCO 400 passed in all its appointments for the cnjojiuenl of Brokaw's Livery Stables, Plants'. Extra Flour, Bugging and Rope.IRELL OIX mouths after date, I, as administrator of tho .

1h.; of DL85O. ,OOO plizesof" 20 are 00 ..00 .. 00 ... .100.0CO EASE AND COMtORT & THE LUXURY OF In the building formerly occupied by J. L. Groner 6, 1S58. CA 45Bilfor MAXWELL O Estate* vf Richaid B.CVle. and Caroline O. Cole,
-- -- GOOD LIVING. where he is prepared to do all Kind of work iu Lis NovemLr latetf Jcl $ county, Ito Ida, deceased, I .bl

GUM DROPS 5,485 I'lizcs amounting to. ". .. .. .320,000 Hoc, at the shortest notice and on the most. Divorce present u-y final. :at'CounL with the said t
(OJIllS TERMS arc MODERATE. ..tj the Him. Court of 'rbnte o: said county, and ask
; ; Nepsey : Hamilton Circuit Court. the said CUt for a Irvin my administra
C. HOWARD riSIIEU. dibarb
i 011'l.LL FLAVORS such as carriage: pniuting and trimming; making new M. t. torship the reef, MAY.
.t CIC"l.U .lunriH!!ttejZs* elM. J.oti'erlei trill 31, 1858.; 31-tf ASA
55.he W lH'Y(11..41..;,'_.':l"li-1/ it. !::1:0:0 July busies and wagons, and all kinds. of repairing. Josiah William Fall Term, 1853. November 20. 1858. 47-Cm

FOR cOCGJLVJ} COLDS : :- POST & MEL The undersigned ia prepared to do this kind of IT appearing to the Court from the return cf the Notice.

Jut received at the Duo STORE tf Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow work as well and in the latest style as it cad be Sherif.that Josiah Wiham. the Def udant, is

EDWARD BAUNAHD. JE. rates" which is the riok: COMMISSION MERCHANTS done at the North. not found in county of Hamilton. I is ALL persona indebted to the administrator of the
Tttllabassce December 18, lb5S.: 51 All those ho have this kind of work to do, and therefore ordered that said Josiah Williams, appearat Guile.Godbold. are hereby requested to call

-- --- -- -- ------ ---- Certificates.. (oj Package.. of 10 10 Half Whole Tickets." ... .?80 Cl I'ojdras Street<< wish it done in a manner that will not fail to give the Clelk'lfce. (on rule day,) fist Monday iu immediately aoJ settle a the office of
.40 satisfaction. wccld do well to call March next there to anfvver said A. P. A
N'E'VV' C>:B..LEAN'S. thcl as m -
& "
10 Quarter onWM. .
: .. .. 20 _._---- KUIINS. default thereof, the same will be taken pro confto, October! 23, 1859. 43
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS 10 Eighth 10 July 10, 1855. 28RICHARDSON'S d-f. I is further ordered, that a copy of this order --- H ---- -

I Iu ordering: Tickets or Certificates, enclose the REFER TO --- ---- be published in one of the public Gazettes <>f this Notice.SIX .'

.A.T LA."VV' money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt Messrs... Thomas J Perkins J t Ca, Tallahassee Fla. State once a week until said first Monday iu March. mouths after date I nl present my final aa- .
I of which they will be forwarded by first mail I. R. Harris .t Co., Q'. incy, A true copy, tic. iunt and vouchers to of Pr-
formed a co pailntrthip in tLe practice of Purchasers hare tickets : in Denham & Palmer Monticello IItIII: : LJ: N ENS 1Judge .
HAVrE can ending any figure: they .. J. AYLES BAKER, Judge. bate Jefferson( county, as : (f the Estate
nod will atU-ud tu may profieeiocal busi- I I cay designate.The t..anl.t: Dtnham St. )Marks DAMASKS DIAPERS ic.CONSUMERS December 25, 1858. of William Bellamy, late of raid county, deceased
ness entrusted to tbtir care. List of Driwn Numbers! and Piizca will be :Mr. James Filer Key West ; -- : and usk fur diachai e from said administration. : -
D. P. HOGUE,. .\. PERRY AMAKER. sent. to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Meters. McNaught; Ormond, Atlanta Geo. / of RicuARtgos's Linens, and those BLACK-SMITHING 1 SMITH Admfr.

May I. ISC 8. ISt1CJ)1CAL C2T": Purchasers will please write their signature .. J. N. MdCiunou!
--- --- IVOTICI plain and give their Post Office County and State.2F" August 14, 1858. 33-ly that the articles: they purck3S: are sealed with fpIIE towu, aud has opened a Shop in ------ -- --

Remember that every Prize u drawn and .the full name of the firm the same building with Mr. Kuhu's Carriage Notice.SIX

payable in full without deduction. A. GALLIE'S EIC1IAKD--ON, SOX3:: A OWDEN opposite the Exchange, where all kindsof -
Dr. Wm. J. Carroll J3? All prizes of 1,000 and under' paid immediately Shut. will be done with neatness and months.after .ht. I skill present my final ao-
after the drawing; -other prizes at the usual:: VARIETY CASH STORE as guarantee of the soundness and durability of the despatch. He can refer with! confidence to those "" and vouchers to the HOI Judge"f l'robateofJefferson

HAVING permanently settled near Esquire Beas- time of thii ty days.NOTICE IS in receipt of:a large and extensive assortment ef Goods. who have patronized him heretofore fur the character county a uJmfuLtratrix cf the Estate
This caution is essentially of Jesse Grantham, late of said
the as
hu professional services to rendered necessary county d.'CcaeJ.lmJ
Day GOODS, ham WAB.E, of inferior and defective Linens PAYNE ask for a discharge from said administration.
t-itireus of the eurrouu 8 1858. 2-tf .
_li t rtiidcbce in front of Do Witt's old atoic.November Those who prefer not sending money by mail, can READY MADE CLOTUINC, HOLLOW WARE prepared season after season and sealed with the -January----, REBECCA GltMil. Admfx.

I I. 27, 1fo.68.IS31D use tie Adamt Exprt C<.AIIJ(1HI, whereby money HATS Lao CAPS, Qcr.xsVsac: name of JiitfifrJxou, by Irish Houses, who regardless Ii tice-- December 25, 1858.; .
----. - for ickcts, in sums of!10, ami upwards, cwbdseut .. of the injury thus inflicted alike: on the Anwimn
EDWIN A. HART u-- at mr lift cud ', fium city rr town F.o-reOue.*, Oc..ri< &r, months after .
vijmue any consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods date the undersigned; adminis Notice.
n1 T.jztw where they have an ofllce. The money and order G-B. C> OEB.IES will not readily abandon a business go profitable SIX of the! Estate of James II. Lunn late ofLeon -

i; .A.11ornoy; ; ; must be ('nc1ol'el" in a "OOVl'l ument. Post Oflu-o nnA. DIE ,1| WINLS:, | ALES, | PORTER CIDEB: while purchasers can be imposed ou with Good. eta county deceased, will present his account and SIX months after dte. I shall present my final: ac-
) Tallahassee Florida. stamped eot'c!<'P"-, "T the Express Company cauuut worthless diameter.: vouchers to the Hon. Judge! of Probate for said county and the Hou. Judge of Probate

receive them. PURE SCOTCH WHISKEY J. BUILOOKE A J. B. LOCKE, Agent, and ask for a discharge from said atlmiobtration Jvtfersou county, a adimui"traU>r of tLe Estate of I
"TILL practice in the Circuit Courts of the Mid- All commnbicitiona strictly confidential. A few hundred bushels: Canada OATS, 15 Packages 36 Church St., New York. D. C. WILSON, Adnifr. IL Loub, latj,of Mid count, deceased, and ask for adischarge

District, and l the Supreme Court of this Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to BooU and Shoe.-sulJ low by the Package.. Sept. 18, 1858. SS-ly December 25, 1858. 52-Cm: from said administration.i .,
November 13, Ib53.; 46( nnHr
and the District Court of the United atTallahassee. -
State WOOD EDDY & CO.. Augusta.Georgia.! L L .l\ 1.lluar.
Office over the Store of Messrs.U. ----- -- --- !\ovembe 13, 1853. 46-Cm
C1T: or, WOOD EDDY A CO., Atlanta, Georgia.or : SYRUP & PORKPl3AliRELS J859.GOODS .
30, 1858. 4 WOOD EDDY A CO.. Wilmington Del In the Circuit Court of Jefferson county lisa

---- --- .----- f: A list (If the Olmbtthat are drawn from ) @ Jane Windham, Administratrix.1)
E. C. Cabell the wheel with the amount of the Prize that each iAN --- of Bcnjamiu
"V\7"E are now offering our entire STOCK at COST Wind
one is entitled to, will be published after every drawing D ceased
.A.11orncy; ; : n1; X..ct-vcr. in the following papers! : Augusta (Ceo) Connitutionaliist :E.oy VV'a3t S.A.LT. usual T for CASH of or iL equivelant, consisting of the \ Bill for Rollef.

TALLAHASSEK FL.\. : New Orleans Delta Mobile Register variety Allen Winlhar. and the o dCj 4
Dry Hardware
Charleston Standard.! Xathville Gazette Atlanta Intelligencer. "OLENTY good SYRUP and PORK BARRELS heirs and distributees of {) .
January 8, 1853. 2 New York Weekly Day Book Savannah 1. for sale htrc. ALSO-coarse or fine Key W list Silk God., Tinware, jamb Wiudham, deceased.A .

-- ------ ---- -- ------- Morning News., Richmond Dispatch New York Dispatch T. J. CUR LEE SALT at LADD'S Newport Fla. Fancy Got Shoes, Woodwaro Hats and and Crockery, LL persons: interested in the Estate cf BenjaminVindn.au

Paulding (Mis) Clarion nod Little r..ock.Alk. Nov. 20, 1858. 47 Bts ant Caps JL\.
FIRE return his grateful acknowledgements Clothing and Uollowware.' .eell.! Lie of the county of J
( .,) Tine Democrat. WOULD citizens of Southern Georgia, and Middle Peter BUTLER J!t fei son, anti State cf f'lorJa are l.utby notified to I

1URTFORD FIRE !IXSURAXCEuaixix CO11PAY. _Nov..:.14... 1357. __.46-1L-.____ and East Florida, for the very liberal patronage Cooper'sKKFINED January 8, 1859.! 2-tf DEUA :answer, plead to, or demur to the bill of Complaint,
received from them during the past five or six years. : in the above stated case, oiror before the first M.n-

IXHURAXCEOK : C0.111'.1..S Y. Isabella f.;; House, lIe will continue the practice of the above profession Seed, Seed, Seed day m April A. D.It59. or' the bill will be takenas
in those sections of country, and baa made such ,
IIAETFUUP, CUXN.ssrrsalc ALBANY G E 0 R G IA. arrangements with manufacturers of Dental: Materials A PRIME ARTICLE. FOR FALL PLANTING.T This order be published for the paco

( Capital', $100,000,000 00. ..- :North as to enable him to put up FULL !'enof! UTABAGA, Green Glazed Drumhead of three DOltl next, before the said! first Monday in

it!. P. ELLIS, Ageut. above HOTEL in Albany-, the-- present lenn- teeth, in any of the popular modes. at front Jiflif to T 7"ERY extensively used fur Blanc Mange, TableT JA, Red Top Turnip, I Cabbage: dc. April. some newspaper published at the
rpIIE and Wine Jellies and for
S58. 43t : Jmnihtd dollars less than charged'for Jellifjing ee.
Tallahassee Dec., JL one 13 usually! Flat Dutch Turnip, citY TIIiu>
inns c'fthie Georgia: and Florida Railroad, is The Shred, with directions; for ujing,is put in small at this 14th December
-- __ _ _--..._- .-. ..._ -. ------ I of the the same: in the South: h = : : :: : = now vp o for the reception I JlEU11tU' ackages fur Family Use,and is !sold by all the pnt AYLES BAKER Judge.A ; .
ifuuuaL iuTJUI;. guarantees them to be :as pen\CLE, .
TKAVELIXG !>U LIC. y.nnCEAIILE as can be put up North or South. States.cipal Grocers and Druggist. PETER throughout: COOPER the United, July 17, 1S53. 29 A E d LVELY. .true copy from the Mlutes JOHI WEST Clerk.

Those iu need of bit can, by dropping a
The House and Furuiture Tho rcprie- wmee
alt raw.
Dr. T. Hayward Willis. tor i is determined to make it aFIRST note to him at. either Mout'ccllo; or }Madison Fla, 17 Bulling Slip New: York. December 25, 1853. 2-3m
January 1. 1859.;! l-3ra Bargains
have the work done and time to test it before paying Bargain
Jiflfersou half CLASS HOTEL -----Notice.
located in county, one ,
for it.
I- HAVING the rear of Mrs. Bradeu'.on bt Augustine and hopes by strict attention to the wants of his :tT The best references given if desired. rpIIE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully call HERE is get an its opportunity full value ; we iUfst are selling your money everything SIX months from the first publication of this D
road otfers his Profv&eiorul services to the surrouudin Guests to merit of the Public.L. December 25 1858. JL attention of the public to their adveitisements the of last
patronage 52 -from a pack of Pins to a Silk Dress at coat, undersigned executrix the Wi
( country.Janjury II. DURHAM I. Proprietor. found in to-day's paper. in which they offer their entire Calicoes by piece-at ', 8 and 9 cent,. It is only and testament of tbe late Henry Saxon ,
8, 1S-5: ?. 2 Go, 22 H53. J.. Gr 2S 3XT O "S" STOCK at CUI>T. The object being to close their tier final
Albany, : May : 21-ly necessary to favor us with a call,and judge for your wi present acUt and vouchers to '
---- -- -------- -- business to all who wishto
- --- -0- prestnis a rare opportunity selves. BUTLER A DENUAM. Judge of Probate of county, and ask to be dip
BLACK-SMITHING! themselves with and!desirable Goods.
Yonge & McClellan, Bank Columbus Ga. supply cheap January 8, 1859. !-tfJS5Ba anilc. ELIZABETH SAXON, Ext'r.
", The whole Stock has been regularly replenielied up 1858.
.a.'t La.'C"t7'p hIESUflSC1lDEltgivesuo. to the time, and feel confident iu statingthat 1 4660
.A11orncys; they : ----
; present ; -
f*.T JL lice that lie lias opened his ADAIUS, Casb., :'1. II. YOUNG, I'rest
t_ in no asserted stock of like amount will be found Bill for Divorce.Adeline
raxcncc: m aLt THE: curate 0.t'EtiT FLORIDXOFFICE -g3 nLACKSM TTH SHOP again -\7' Cash Capita), $100,000 00. so few old or shop worn goods. .
AT PK.NSACOLA AM> MHIA\XA.: : connection with his Lit-Eiir STABLL.S, uhcie he will 1 -o--- BUTLER d DENIIAM. A MOST T OK Uooldby, 1 Hamilton Circuit Court.vs. .
Lave: done all kinds of Plantation: and Carriage: work. }} I
C. C. YO GE. l'el&.J. t'. Mcd.CLX.AX: Mananna '"T lIE Agency will at ALL limes be supplied -.January_8!.1859.. _____2:!f__ FRESH GARDEN SES A. Gwlsby, } Fall
-ALSO- WiIn TermlS53.
January. 165V.: 2 JL with Exchange on New York, at current rate; institute. Warranted Growth of to the frm retur of the
-- ----- --- ------- -- --- HORSE SHOEING in the very best manner; AM! on Columbus and Apalachicola. Bills dit
Ellis Orlopp & Co. O and till! use every etidci\tr to have work tcd at current rates. Gold Coin for sale. HTMIESE SEED arc procured from a cold lmat cot Sherif tat ) in A It of Hamilton. ia

done wilL disp teen made STATB IXSTITCTIOX, the New Golby. appear
I. WJIOLDSVLE iJKALEUS IX B. BROKAW. EMJ, M. P. ELLIS Agent warmer one like ours. at the Clerk's rule
(on day,) Monday
Board Trustees his
January 1 18: 9. IBLACKSHITHING Tallahassee Dcc.4 1853. 49 appointed by Excellency, the [2f Call early or send your order that you may March next ofce. there to frt. bill aa ia-
HARDWARE YJ: CUTLERY Governor have recently re-organize it by fleeting the varieties auwead
get AM.E3 i LIVELY.
dcsireJ default th. sunie'
: the following officers: tere. wl1 blw pro elJ
GUNS New Hats January 8, 2
PISTOLSJ'c. 4c., Col. A. V. BRCSIBT, Superintendent and l Professorof lease, .1 further onlere that a copy of this

No.217 Pearl-Street New York. -0- E lot BOW opening by [1S Mathematics and Natural\ Philosophy. CONSUMPTION &T AN OLD INDIAN DOG order be published! in publio Gazettes of

ROBERT ELLI! NOTICE it hereby" given that &:t4 LARa W.L.BODOO.Oet.16,1858. II/ C pt. THOMAS R. McCcNXtiL, Commandant of Cadets T01C, UNCAS BRANT, while a his State, once a week until said first Monday ia

MAX A. ORLOPP. Ja. Y & : BfrJ- 42 aud Professor of Engineering.; CURED. Missionary among the Indians of March. A true copy, dc.: -

THOMAS I). ELLIS. I _ !trEss! will be continued as heretofore "' ---- Ilev. Jon W. Beam, Chaplain and Professor ofEnglish the Rocky Iouolil\, discovered J. AYLES BAKER, Judge.

January 22. lSMt. 4 at the OLD STAXD of D. C. WiLSON, in the NEW GOODS-NC\V GOODS. Literature.Mr. a HARE TtLat proves to December 2: 1858. 52
_ I uu \ -------- -
-' n"me. style and firm e-f II V. IL MAXGST Professor of French and Histo bUiii iiu fc a certain cure for Consumption,

-]I'Ecrr' :::: WEBER & DANNHEJMEE, ry. -.. __. Bronchitis, .stma. Liver ComLUKfcU. Notre.SIX .
H. B. .
& Co.
Capt R. S. CAMP, Assistant Professor of Mathe. plaint, Aetio.Coughs months after surviving

01TilE Grateful: for the patronage heretofore tztindcd them MERCHANT TAILORS, matics.Capt. Cold, &c I nng now Id., his administratr of James S. o

Fanners' & Exchange Bank they are now better prepared, and di l r."nineJ to AXO: DCAL OS IX S. Z. Ri rr. Assistant Professor of Mathematics fc>rnn'5 rete from business, late Len county dcccus, will present his account -
and Natural Philosophy.Dr. COSS\PIO.he will send td prescription and and vouchers to the lon Judge of Probate for

CHARLESTO.N.. SPARE A'O [PAIXSon READ -JI.JDE CLOTHING A. COXXELI: Surgeon.The CURED. directo for preparing the medi- said county, and ask for a .from said ad

EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK NEW their part to accommodvte all who may favor A ND second term of the present Academic year: cinefree ofthargt to all who desire ministration. D.C. WILN

SIGHT \ AND CHARLESTON them: with their patronage GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS will commence 01 the 20th of February, 1859. at it, and wi send to b aent Dec. 25. 1858. 6-,1 Sn"iro
for admission will be CONSUMPTION
wh'cb time applicants examined enclosing stamps ((8
j. FOR SALE. SUCH AS TALLAHASSEE. .. by the Actflemic Busts! .pay th return letter, cent de- Notice.

A. DENUAM Agent Horse Shoeing, Ironing and Re.O SUnsCRI ERS are stow receiving During the pieaent year, additional buildings have CURED. scrption of their symptoms. The months after date,.1 shall present my final

Tallahassee Dec. 1853. 49\ pairing Carriages and Bug / TIlE Store next. to P. U. Berry's atJi been erected aid ample and excellent scientific Apparatus Old Doctor h cured more than SIX and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Po
fjetery thus the facilities for 000 alone
\the taut
\ ) gic, l'lanfation work cif 11 1toom, a well selected Siockof( FALL &: I accommodation purchflied aud, instruction rendering of Cadets COXSU PI and all, afflicted Consumption will, biite,Jefferson county. Es.administrator of the E
D. Galbraith greater hope ,people
James tate of Hartwcll
TER GOODS, suitable forGEATLE.VZyS' late of said ,
description, than they hAn heretofore been.TERMS. avail themselves of this opportunit
CURED. ceased, and ask a anro from said administra
X.iLIacI Su.r"'O"'oyor.lIAI'S ..Ui1lIrons and repairing same, Ironing \\Ya- WEAR, : M the Doctor wishes t do all tion. dsd WM. W.HEIR, Admt'r.

I AND PLATS OF FARMS dc: executed and Carls confiding in part of French and English Cloths,Caaimeres the good he can before dies.-. 8
gems Board tuition,fuel, washing, lights! and all other January 1859. !-8m
CONSUMPTION Address all letters
and \ of die latest and beet .
neatness. and iu fact every other description of work made of estings style quality Institute charges, for one session; of fire months t.DANIE
OFFICE opposite l1rt.bouse., iu building occupied which they are prepared make up to order ina ADEE,
4t Iron and Steel,all or..hkh we WARRANT: and pledge $112 50 paid in advance.A Notice.ALL
workman-like and fashionable and REASONABLE CURED. .
by Long t Galbraith. ourselves to exeeule'tt the shortest notice.U. manner, on medical fee of {5 per annum required to be Bx York
Sept JK 1858. S7-ly_ B. FITTS -t: CO. Tu)(!. Also a good assortment of paid in ad rnce. i Who i his sold agent persons indebted la the Estate of ah late

Feb.27. U88. C-ly EEADY-MADE CLOTHING, No other charges wi L made for medical services Jannarr 1.1859. 1-ly Lmuel Jones, of L on county, de are

AMBROTYPESAND JETNAINSUKANCE consisting; of Fine Black and Colored Cloth Frock rendered to Notice.ALL ntie t ce.me A
Coal(s.Fancy Cassimere Business Coats, Black and Copies of the Jgu1atin and Catalogues of the delay a al persona Loving claims at W
claims the Estate of
MELAINOTYPES CONPANY Colored Raglans! and Over Coats, Black and Fancy Institute may b to the Superinten persons having against Estate, requested t present them to !
J. IppJig : P. Ilolladay deceased, whether credi. law else this
BAILEY. Doeskin and Cassimere Pants Figured Grenadine,[. a lie within the time by ,
t. TAN BY' OF HARTFORD. and Fancy Silk) and Cassimere Vests. ;i: dentYoung men from .other States will a heretofore, tore,legatees or distributees, are required t present. tc will b plead in b- of their covery. .
heir demands in due form to the Executrix
Rooms over Barnard's Drug Store.rpnC II -ALSO- be admitted Cadets undersigned JlN Admtr.January .
a of the last Will and testament of said deceased
---- Incorporated in 1SW.-Charter frrpeln:1l0 : of black and silk cravaU The Institute is located nt Marietta, one of the 81859. ; -
Rooms have been thoroughly refitted and A good assortment fancy within two years from this date, otherwise .
and healthful in \the State.A. .
t JL are now iu excellent condition fur the purpose -- and ties, shirts merino, silk and cotton under ehirtc highest mot points they will to barred; and all those ale
>signed. The Public are invited to call. CASH C4\PJ'I'AL-J,000)000.l collars socks, gloves, &c. N.SIMPSON, Sec'y,Board of Trustees.December quested to make payment indebte. ro Notice.OIXMonthaaflerthc .

Oct.31. 1857 4t The subscribers are new beginners and not entirely 25,185S. 629tHrd.Ware. 0. HOLLADAY. Exfx. of no
LITI publication
AOAIXSTLOSS AND PAMAOE BT FlEE, unknown to the community and they pl dg 2-8w l
ON TKEMS ADAPTED() THK ILtZAIWA.ND January O lice, the undersi"nesfadmursLstrator of Ett.
W. L. Bond & Co. W>SI: TENT WITH TUX LAWS themselves to give satisfaction to all who may favo of Leonora P. Creesbawdeeeasedlate of te c
( Gash Advances
0) CONI'ENSATION.B. them with their
patronage. Stel Hoes, Axes, ty,will present his final and voucher to tie
-.. HAVE m Store, Omaburg. Kersey", Blankets C. LEWIS Agent, WEBER, TRACE Locks, Screws and Carpenters Took, ADE on COTTON shipped to our Friend in Hon.Judge t f Probate aunt&d county ao uk to te

!, :Sheetings, and SL.rting. Fertile: cheap.Jlm : For TallahaEse and riciuity.iU5t 1... DA JlEIl\IEI\ :. for rale by W. L. BOND J CO. : New York. W. L. BOND CO.. dismissed. J.C.CRE SlA\V. \dt r. -
t t, d., Sfpt. 15.. S3 I 15, 1657. S3: f Owl 16, lESS- 42 Lloyd, 0<*. 16, 1S3S. -42 I Lolt. Sept 25, lS5S. S3M January l S, 1SF. ; ?- 1i