The Floridian & journal

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The Floridian & journal
Alternate title:
Floridian and journal
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee Fla
Maxwell & Hilton
Creation Date:
March 5, 1859
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Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
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Ceased in 1865?
General Note:
General Note:
Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
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Supplements accompany some issues.

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Preceded by:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by:
Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
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Semi-weekly Floridian


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rofciannL anb pastes (Carts.HIUDICAL Change of Schedule. A. GALL1E "- i LAWS -OFFtORIDA.' ) I gal fees of the officers herein named, according to the tariff of fees
now established by law for similar services, !it shall! lie the duty of

-- -0W -- DEALER IX:: the said Sheriff to pay over the residue of the proceeds of such sale

-.-NOTICE.. \y\ \ CII 'rTT.R 859.-[No. 1 I.] into the Treasury of said county.
DRY GOODS )"ROW SEU. 10. B" further enacted, That it shall be the July ot the
Dr. Wm. F. Shine COMPANY.I .
AN (.CT to amend au act entitled an act to cstabli-h the ad valorem jotem Sheriff upon the payment of the purchase money to execute to th .
orrfE, nis: rif> r..sioxAi. rimers; TO HIE riTiic. s. niItii TTT I..IINl I. A :X: DGROCERIES of Taxation. purchaser a bill of sale sjccif'ng the h'rnof years for which said
: u. IN GEXmAL.
O}'FICE ndjoii ing! tlmt of Pr. Gamble .t: Baton. I I free negro is sold, which shall, in all courts ind places! ,.be evidenceof
V---- V SEctION 1. fie it enacted l by th", Senate and llotife of Rrircsenfalires -
Slay[ S. lib*. I )-Iy i ; November 13, 1868. 43 '
.. ---.- I The public are respectfully infoimcd that the j (I'the State of Florida in General Axvimbly ronrcned, That title to tho sen-ices of said free negro: in the same manner: and tc
I I 'i'iisiiisiagno1iaGa1ton: : i FRESH the niiitl section of said act be so nmemlod as to require the per. the same extent that a slave for life would! be held by deed for term
([arbs. ; \ SEEDS.I -
.. protisioltol( ; I AND son m.-ikrjg a return of taxable propvrty, to stale the number of of years.Passed.

.-.- slaves acres of land, head of horses, asses, mules, neat cattle, [ the house of Representatives January 12, 1S59. Pas ed the See

MILES NASH & CO. I crcwta of 18B8. swine, sha'p or other things proper to enumerate as well as the aggregiite ate January 14, 1859. Approved by the Governor January 13, 113 Z.J
"A \7 ILL IOBM New OiU-aus and the various Floii- vawo under each head of enumeration, and that the Tux
I \ \ ida Port*, :lO! '!r following :Schedule:
IIiLIu: : s i :N: I p ; : (GUM DROPS Assessor (if he shall have any doubt of tho correctness of any reJtfrn CHAPTER S l.-[No. 3)AN
| Leave: New Orlean on he 16th P2tHh.! ,
MUG) PAIXT :j Arrite at IVnsacola ou the 16th .(t :SOth.: so made, or any part thereof either as to number or value) I be re-
Leave PctFaei] on the fame ,):n 8. OF ALL FLAVORS (j iired to lay the same before the County Commissioners of the ACT to Jdit1 sal f 5t: the Jutes ef.t4li'rL't. and Tax tjllevfo.-jiii: tilt
1! jitJ..t .. uhcicin the nJlt: M-all ho tho .of said State in the Mile of lamli for tszs nn-1 establish more eeitiuuly the ta
MEDICINES; h OILS Ar u< lit tl. Sift or I t.j unity cane may occnr; djty
j Learf'pal:1ltl.I.!.\ <'u the same ilru s.Arme FOR COUGhS AM COLDS Commissioners, on the filing cf such !Information l before them! by idity of Tax Deeds.
\1 J'OIILD inform their iind.. and the public.Y at H: t. Marks on the ISth J. I st or :J. Ju t received at the Dr.uc STOCK cf <
the Tax .Assessor to appoint a Commission of three discreet persons SEC.: 1. Be it enacted ly the Senate and House vf Rcpreirnta-
? they h.iv- 011 hand air"od a !'''ittneiitof uc I Leave St. Masks un the fame < :\\(". EDWARD BARNARD IL
:article as'aie general! k< pt in th< ir IiIIeofhuMincFti.I .. I Arrive at CLir Ky ou the if'th & 2d or 3d.: Tnllahaxeo, December 18, 1853. 51CITY I to enquire into the cc'rfrctness of said return or returns, and tires of the. Stale cf Florida in General Assembly roiiroirrThai
will be receiving rPutu: U frf.h supplies. 1'Ju..ilb'nu" Leave Cedar Key ..II the s.uue tl.nsAiiive report to said Commissioners under oath or affirmation, and the valuation from and after the pnasage of this act, it shall be the duty of the
shall be reasonable.TiILi'iawe : at Manatee Tampa the 20th .1 l: 3d or 4th.. I made by said Commission! shall be deemed and taken as the several Clerks of the Circuit Courts of the several con iti' s of this

April Jth) 1' S"-;: 14. L ave )1lI1ntf'e.Tampa on Ihe fame Arrive nt Key \V Dr. Miles H. Nash 1! lysive Key WVt-t on UiC 12th and 2CIIi. I .4tWt JOHN L. DEMILLY I sion shall be added to the taxes assessed and collected! in each psr- Tax Deeds. V

| Anivc at d.ittr .t Tuicpa ou die 13lli) .t 2tth.I .. I I ticular case, if the return be found false, or paid from the State SEC. 2. Pe further enacted, That when, any laicfscr, t tenements
"'oH' AL1311" 'Tn inf.n-m the ttt
(It'FEn'' 11M rn\.I 'XI'''' \I)IM.<"OIXTEV.OFFICE I fA'an' ilaiiafoc J t 1'1111'1| the same tl\! 8.f > T hai leased respectfully thr- CITY HOTEL public(knowmu the he j: Tieasury, if found to be a fair and just return. shall hereafter be sod! for taxes by any Sfcritt'l'f Tax Collector i in

with Dr. M Na...h! ,immediately. (?a,U.f|le *f 1 Lta-e Anive: Cedar at Codar Key! Key the on the 14th .(. !!$th.. II Drown Hotel) and will take charge on the rh>t of j SEt. 2. lie. further enacted That every Tax Assessor in this this State, under and by virtue of existing laws, that it shall ho

.... Arrive at S:.. Mails ou on aine the'llth d I iv*it. 2'Jtli. I May[ next His untiring exeilkms will be used give ; State shall, before entering into the duties of his office, take an the duty of such Sheriff or Tax: Collector, within ten days after

Maj 19 1855. 20E !j j Lvate !it.; Mail* i.ullic. ( same t'ai. I full satisfaction to all who will patronize him. oath or affirmation faithfully to discharge all\\ the duties of hs? office, such sale, to file the deed, duly proven and executed together witlf!!

-- j AniTa i at ial.-ivlui.cla| on tin."Cth A Cl'tlu' April 24, 1603. -, -17 not to receive any of taxes except under oath, and in all cases when a copy of the notice of sail sale publNhed: by him as now requir.
HAKJU1M) Jr.I 1 Leave AjmLflii.oln .ti the !
\VII.L f'U n" t: Tin I I Arme at lViian 011 the 17th A 31st or 1st.LcJre undervalued, ho will report the same to the County Commissionersin duly poblfiheil? required by law, stating therein th? nlml"nd

Pcnwrola on the 17th or :Slst: or 2d.! COMMISSION MERCHANT, a separate list, and that before any tax Ijooks are received from place of publication of the newspaper here'n: (1:4 ssrn'e' was publi -
RUG & MEDICINE BUSINESS Arrive ot Now Oil. <" &IC3T JgZ j TU O..HA\'fSTIIX .MAOXOLIA will each wale No. 38 St., New Orleans. any tax Assessor by the said County Commissioners, it shall be their hed, and that he has otherwise duly complied with! the requirements -
AT Tilt
Leave New Oilcans on the Clli! .t 22d.! Uirius: : TO- the taxes on the regular list have been returned under oath! and that deed, notice and affidavit of the said Sh'fill'or Tax Collector, 3d

OF TIlE MOETAB, I Arrive at A|'ilirLi<"U.t on the 7th .1: 2Cd.: Ex.GoJamn E. Broouic, ) he. verily believes that the said property has been returned at its true the case:: may be, shall be recorded, by the Clerk of the Circuit

I Lea"J>:1t1c' Ni-w. at Ol.n! the 1(It 11 .t ?!5th.DANIKL .. A. It. & .,
Novts 0 ftIL the the within the limits of said in the aforead Hook of Records of Tax lee!L-.
Curnev of Clinton :ami Monroe tsTailauMrc. I II : LAUD, Agent.Xevpoit M. SpeWr, Es.), \ ewpor, a. parties making same county.
January ,1K56.; S ha.PeeothhcI John J. :Snelling:) Qnincy, Fla.Oen. SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That every Tax Assessor who shall SEC. 3. Be further t nCct'fd, That the cost of writing and rc'
-- IS. ms. si Wm. Bailey, Jcffer!" >ii county, Pa. fail to take or administer any of the oaths required by this act, or cording said deeds and of said affidavit and copy of notice shall!! be
R. H. BERRY, i.r V .. __ J. O Putnam, E q.. Madison 1la.Au the one to which this is an amendment, shall be fined in the sum added to the costs and taxes.

Auctioneer and Commission AMES & LIVELYrllOLEs.LE !;t ..tus Steele t.q.j. Cedar Key;, Fla.Daniel of fifty dollars, to be reccrercd by action of debt before any Justiceof SEC. 1. Be further enacted That the said; Died on domantl
Hell .
Hamilton .
MERCHANT.MIAVEE II \ ( ) \ -\\P J RETAIL' \ : Uemington Esq.I'Isq.. J (countv, r.Ed.Sdxu.rEso the Peace having jurisdiction of the same, one -Jialf of which fine shall be delivered to the purchaser or purchasers 1ttiJ taI sale,

FLuSrpt. '. I85. W [r ThomasMlle, co. hall go to the informer. and the said affidavit and copy of notice shall be filed -n the Clerks
-- ---1 )}: t).EIs ":;- Jack J. Marsh. E.q., Dunennnlle, Geo.Nov. SEC. 1. Be it further enacted, That suit may be instituted and office of the said county.

Henry L. Rutgers, 20, l5S. 47 judgment recovered upon the bond of any Tax Collector Tax As. SFC.: 5. Be it further enacted Thai such deed so recorded shall

.- COMMISSION MERCHANT oSt WOOD, EDDY & C6/S sessor or Sheriff acting as such, against the principal and suretiesin be considered prima fll.ic evidence of the fee simple! title in said\

one and the same action. purchaser or purchasers of, in and to said lands and tenements so

S TAI.L\IIVSSii; : :, 1LA. j > :J SINGLE NU3IBER LOTTERIES SEC.: 5. Be it further (enneled That whenever any person shall as aforesaid sold for taxes, to be rebutted }by further testimony of

-4'_' -- refuse to make his tax return to the Taxssessor of county the the Provided! hcreif
Q "i:' (t : BY TilE STATL OF GEOEGIA.: ) any party or parties claiming same : nothing
1 EKAL ndv.-nio ,in'':'- (m.ClJtt. n.. < r 'l'lIl.'o I' 'ia. .. -- I t in this State, it shall be tho duty of such Tax Assessor to report contained shall be so construed as to debar the parties entitled to the
.I nsigned' t<> hit In n !j"> iu NY !k. ( 'B '
Sept. 4. 1S5S. ;t. _'f'J' S.'tit'J'v., I S Capital 1 Prize $50,000, j such refusal to the Judge of Probate of the county, whose rhfht of redemption in said lands from redeeming the same upon the

ED\C\ -- duty it shall be to issue execution against tho party for a sum rot terms and within the timp. now prescrfl.DtI! b.? luvr.

T. W. BREVARD, Jr., 1 ,,,' TICKETS ONLY 10 DOLLARS less than an amount which he may deem will fully cover the amount SEC. 0. Be further enacted, That where lands or tenements of(

..A.t1orn.oy; : : Xtw, I LALILAIIJUSEEJ: f UA :,: of taxes due the State and County by the party refusing to make minors or persons beyond the seas: or ruder other' legal disability -
TALLAII1SSCU, FLA. his return. shall be sold for taxes aa: prescribed in this act, or under or by
J.1.\ .UK: now' reccivnj..t\. 'f( .utx-lt-s a\ \mare and fH!i-h supply} !, of A S the members of our Cini have, by way of pur- SEC. G. Be further enacted, That before any Tax Collector in virtue of the laws of this State, the said persons respectively! shall
Al'lil 4. It; FTJii'tii ever < kept by Diu.gisK ... A.
1'1.1'11.' :.... chae, become the owner grants charteredby this State shall!! have credit foranyinsolvenceor overcharge: he shall have the same right to redeem the same after the removal of their
J'II/'LLY.. the States cf Delaware, Kentucky, Missouri, and
.\. OKLiV){ : be to make oath that he has used all due diligence} to make disabilities and the terms and within the
and olhcrs. v ill'- find at fbi. establishment a part of those in Georgia under! the management:: of required respective upon same same
Attorney at Law, full Mipplx' of ecrv:thing npcdcil in "...r line and Oil Messrs. Gregory .t; Maury, of Wilmington Delaware. the taxes due on the same. time as now fixed and provided by law.
as liberal boos a* they, can bf had) in any Southern we laaTCl|decreed it expedient to change the nunio of SKU.: 7. Bf. it further enacted. That nc tax-payer: in making his SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, Tliat all laws or I'ltrtonaws Jn-
'TALI.II \&".::1', IL\. !Market Orders by Mail or otherwise promptly attended our firm, mi ini.Faftf Jamtart 1st, ISoa, to that of rjturne, oball Jc- u\.t tl.." amount .f ).io, 0...... Jebla .... oljU ..tiona cuuaiatiiit. lit.icv.iili Uo .&...1 tIn ....,no are lurvhy repealed. -
January: 17, 1S57. ::-y to and filled. with tLc same rrvctncs as if WOOD EDDY .1(t CO., who will hereafter have the from the amount of debts and! obligations due him, and that all book
of the Passed the Senate DeccniK'r 14, 1858. Parsed the House of P.tpr"tlenta-
-. l pt.Tsou.iny jiuidinsed by Customers. To Cash and management Sparta Academy Loiter and included [
prompt( time buyersve feel confident in saj in< we the others, a!I abuve n.mied.] accounts and other debts of every description shall be in live January 14, 1859. Approved by the Governor January 15ISS'9.j
John B. Whitehurst, can! give them entire satisfaction. Our STOCK com- In all tran
i.-e_ our business, with integrity nud promptness, and Ire value.
can assure tIle public that the patronage heretofore That all laws and of laws in le.l. .
:M VKIANNA, FI.7 ..\. Dru !I. I Paints, |'Putty, bestowed isvtll of transferredto SKC. 8. Be further enacted parts ,
MI us deserving being
Medicines I Oils, Buiuin 1 \ 1 ILL |>ra PIctl the Senate C 18i 9. Pa'scd the llouso of Representatives
T CalhouiiVa: I"I.intu.;; i and llolm vtiuuties. Pci fumerv, | Varnishes, Glass Ware, S. SWAX A CO. [ January :>>
and pay *|){'cial attciitiou to c lle<'tiu;;. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 15, 1S3S. January II 1, 1869. Approved the Governor January 15, Ibf).] SECTION:: 1: Be it enacted by thr Senate and House of Repreten
Fine Snaps I Window Gbs .
:-\urnbcr.- K5S. -t&-ly Fine: Tooth and Hair Manufactured Tobacco, WOOl-, El-- )!)--1'- 4-- CO.,-Managers- tales oj the State of! Florida in General Asirmlly conrtn'J, That

PJ|U'llOS, I'.i tout Medicines, the private property of the stockholders of any banking association
Benj. F. Young, I'ai/lt Ihushes. I Fine HnanSegar", Successors to S. SWAN k CO. CHAPTER 800.-[No. 2.] organized or to. be organized!? under tho act to which! this is r.n
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:"rJl1r't'.... ..!..! ':\J.... 1LWJ:( ) Suricallnstrnl11t'nb tuiicJ to Fluutation, :and Moliciiic Family Chests use., THE following Scheme will be drawn by Woo, AX ACT to permit Free Persons of African decent to select: their own amendment, shall continue liable for the debts of said Hank tan
AXItOLll'ITtlJ A Co., Managers of the Sparta Academy :Masters: and become Sl.ive amount equal to the amount of their respective! stocks, notwithstanding -
: IN I;( I"ln', -AL.1 ,';()- Lottciv, in each of their Single; Number Lotteries any transfer of the stock of such stockholders, for a period oftwelve
rCE WINKS Jk UKANIHtS: ::$ urninxii.. purpt"-. for February, 1859, at Augusta, Georgia, in public
in the Onurti of the Ilasteni Cir SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcpresenlaliifx months after said transfer.
: under be of CQmmi
D. 1L AMES, M. LIVELY.OctlC ( superintendence slQners.
"TIU'Irutle.iJ.&. aud the Federal Courts.mcK 1S58. 42 .... of the Stale of Florida in General! Assembly convened, Thatit SEC. !. Be further enacted That no Fuch transfer! shall: be valid
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rtf'tlf afert1aehiritn7 1853.:
( > AT uMXitiiLS AiAcnrA: COIATV.) ('las. 7 J>rtttr* Sfiliti-diii. Vuary 12, 185'). shall be lawful for any free person of African descent now in this or binding, nor shall the penod; of twelve months l-egin to,run until

n R P J.'J: KX ('J:.':;: da** 8 Jh-tnr* Saturday, Febnmry 1!U.' 1859.Cl'ts State or who may hereafter be within its limits, being over tIle age notice of the same is filed! in the Clerk's oflice of the county where

Cm. J. J. Lrc% ) B.A.FAHNESTOCK'SVERMIFUGE W Jrawt &itnrday,_February UC. hj; of fourteen years, to chooso his or her own master or mistress, and said Bank does business.

('-en.. J. I). AIKEX, }} Cbailftt*, S. C. OX TIlE PLAN OFSIXVLK: ..YU.I/1JJ.1S. become a slave upon the terms and conditions hereinafter named : SEC. 3. Be it further enacted That the guaranteed bonds of the
J }' ASE& & TIl\.lxr..os-, ) Provided said slave shall not he subject to sale by such master or several Railroad Companies of this State, the county, city or town

DK. JAMES S. Jon, TjfU&awr, Fla. 50,000 Tickets mistress, nor be taken in execution upon any judgment against tho bonds which have been or may hereafter be issued: under the provisions

June7.WILLIAM ---- -- I A tin AKD SHE KVEDV 101WPLM I' 5/185 PHIZES! property of such master or mistress and provided further that such of an act to provide for and encourage a liberal system of Internal '

SCOTT, IN CHILDREN ANT> ADC1J3, XI\IL: (lXE PRIZE TO EVF.KY NINE TICKEUTS master or mistress shall not be debarred from assigning to others Improvements, approved January 0, 1855, and the bonds
I INCLUDING their rights in the premises with the approbation and consent of issued or guaranteed by other States of ,the United States; shall bo
A 1 Onl Eif If rL-r 'Y, TAPE WORMS.BETAH -VSIFWEXT: Sf'llEML! the Circuit Court of the county in which all the parties reside. received by tin Comptroller! when properly presented and transferred

:: MO.VTICLLLO, FLA; PRICE, 25 CTS. I TO BE RtWX EACH SATLIID.U IS FEBRUARY SEC. 2. Be further enacted. That whenever any free person of to him by any banking company or association organized or
nu>Auii AID SOLD B v Till toll propritlori, 1 Prize of. 50OIO 1 rrizesof. ,:
?: 1500I"
Jjly30,1833. 30 tljan African descent as aforesaid desires to choose a master, such person; to be hereafter organized under the act of which this act i is an
B. A. FAUXE3TOCK: ft Co., PltUbnrirh., Pa., j I . 20.000 :;0" . 500 ,
"" ---- *I D f Philadelphia, Pa., 1" . llI, OO 100. 400 I may file a petition in the Circuit Court of tile county in which he amendment, and he is hereby authorized and required to issue and

V "FLOYD & HOLLAND, B. A. FAHXESTOCK:, HULL Co.,New-York City, I 1"' . 5,000 I 100 . SOO or she resides, setting forth his or her desire to choose a master, stat. I coun.crsign: for the use of such banking company or assocfatiun! the,

Attorneys at Law. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,51 CLIFF ST.:! I" . 4.000 100 . 150 ing therein the name of such master or mistress which |petition shall circulating notes provided for by tho second section of an. act to

"TX"ILL practice in the Circuit Court* of MMdleI : I Buy of respectable dealers only, t | I" 8,000) !j I 100 . 100 be signed by the Judge of Probate for and in his behalf and th<'t'e- authorize the business of banking approved January 8, 1N53, for

T andVest Horula. ami in the Snpirtnc O.>tirtfthc Examine the Initials of the name to be lure you get the'' Approximation Prut upon the Cleik of the Court shall after four weeks' notice posted the full amount specified upon the face of said bonds! stocks and

State. Abu ill the! Di-tiu-t t'ouit I of tlic Um I_Only-a....-"'-... JJ.---V A.F4Hiii.:Toat's T..inrco.'nlA.MF.S .!.... 4 Prizes: of$400 appro'jj.; to :;O.(OO I pi izc arc f 1,600 upon the Court House door issue a summons as well to the petitioner securities so filed and transferred.SEC. '

*d State: ,in the N-ntbern Ditrict of Floiid.i.U. 4 .. :::00" 20.000 1,200 as to the proposed master or mistress, citing them to appear 4. Be further enacted That all laws and parts of laws .in,

.J. FIVD, Office ApahcLicola, Fla. &; LIVELY, 4 0 250" 10.000" -1,000 before the Court at the term next succeeding said notice. any manner conflicting with tho provisions of this act, bo and tho
1). P. HOLLAND, On-oc Quiucy, fla.flc..1S5& Sole Agents! for Tallahassee.Afril 4" :!5" ,OOO" ZOO .
51 10, 1858.; 15-ly 4 200" 4,009" 800 SEC. 3. Be further enacted, That upon the appearance before same are hereby repealed.
-.-.- the thereof at Chambers of all the parties he. shall Dee Passed the House of
--- -- --- -- -- 4 150" 3.000" 600 Court or Judge [Passed the S'nte 23, 1858. ltepreicntat'ivesJanuary
\HI.LUJI IHLWORl'lI) SUi'EUlOIlBURNING: 4 100" l, OO" 400 I proceed to examine each separately and the Solicitor of the District 15, 185G. Approved by the Governor January 15, 183J.! ] .

Attorney and Counsellor at Law : FLUID 5.00D prizes of 20 arc. .. .. .. .. 100,000 shall be present to represent the interest of the petitioner in his
-- and if such examination the Judge shall be of .
FLO1CIDA. TITAItItENTEI) FKES1I. Fur hale at the Drug: 5,485 Tiizes amouuting to .. .. .. .$320,000 I or her choice, upon '
)MOXTICELLO made choice of CHAPTER 877-[No. 10. V
1 V Store of L. UAKNAIIU.J. opiuion tha sad: petitioner has a judicious a masteror }
\ STILL practice iu the C.>ui Is of the Middle Cir 11TSKS WHOLE TICKETS *10. ; HAIA* .f3 ; QCARTEES $5J.: for which he take! testimony) he shall
utiaryl.j S59. ---- mistress, ( : purpose may Attachment Laws this'State
V 1 "uit.,.....lTUattand, Lowml Oounty.Oa ____._.__ ,. AN ACT to nmend section one, clause two, of the : of
;F' A cr..IrL.41ll.f'iHg(hepi. (If'.b"" .trill the of the petitioner, and enter a decree to that effect
March 2M85C.: I:!-I) -V PATCXT !WETALIC It tent foVny,....Uinnn o/receiTiuy it. _thio'o grant prayer : approved February 15, 1831.
-- -- --- -- .. ------ the recordS of the Court and from that time the petitioner
LOGLmUITJI: BUIftXLCASES -: :- shaH upon becotne the property and slave of the master or mistress so SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represcn' ..

Certificates is of the Packages risk will be sold at the follow chosen, and shall be in all respects the! same as though said petitioner faucet of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That
LAW T\LLIHAS.EI FLA. rates, wjiich: :
.TTOUN1'.tS:: AT :,
section of the attachment laws of this:
had been a slave to the masfer or m";stress so chosen, excepting clause two one State approved -
i A l'JL T. atcdlheinseUesiuthe A.LONTI J. B.ALP'RAITH practice of Law.Lave associi :; ;i.llosClrootl .Certificates a of Package": of 10 10Half Whole Tickets." ... ..!40 80 as hereinbefore provided.SEC. February 15, 1H3I, be so amended as to read that such writ

will attend tl.eCouits in the Middle; Circuit..t1.They.- Supreme M 10 Quarter 20 4. Be further enacted, That when any such petitioner as shall in no cas3 be issued unless the party applying for the same, or
Courts and the District Courts of the ailed 10_ Eighth aID 10 hereinbefore mentioned shall be a female hving children under his agent or attorney, shall first make oath in writing that thej

States: Tallahassee.. -( l'init'dI !t'St Patent,)- ordering Tickets or Certificates, enclose the fourteen years outgo, and shall ask 5 iii her (petition that her children amount of the debt or sum demanded is actually due, and, also that V

O/Hccoppositethe./ Court House. .\InTHnTXIt ISDEXTIU'CTIBLE.ASU money to our address fr)r the Tickets ordered, on receipt sba'll become the property and slaves of the samo person the party: from whom it i id due U actually removing or about to remove .

October.:23. 1854. ly l'I'Lof all I'izn1.'pt constantly on baud of which they will tickets be forward in by first mail chosen by her as her master or mistress, if the Jidge &hall. after examination out of the State, or resides beyond the limits? thereof or absconds
-- --- -- -- -- Purchasers have
-- ending
can figure they
T. J. AWLS Undertaker. any
conceals himself i Is his the
or removing beyond
BOOKBINDING.ypltE may des-jnate. as in this act provided, grant the prayer of petitioner as or property
November 20 Ih58. 47
"- V VV The List of Driwn Numbers and Prizes will be to herself, it shall also decree such children in like manner to be limits of the State', or secreting or fraudulently disposing of the
U.DERSTGNED: IS NOW FIRE INSURANCE sect! to purchasers immediately after the dia.'ing. the slaves of the same owner. same for the purpose of avoiding the payment of Lis just debts. V
J., 1'IIEIA ftlD: WiTh tir Purchasers will please write their signature SEC. 2. Be enacted That all laws of laws .
5. Be enacted That the Solicitorstall be entitledto further or parts eon-
and 'heir Post Office, and State.5gP .
plain give County
t.fC.lJ PENNbYLVANIA.JUSURK : Remember that every Prize is drawn and a fee of twenty dollars, to be taxed with the other costs againstthe flicting wHh: the true intent or meaning of this act, bo anJ the same V

FOil n o o A 1t1NI)14'\ (; payable iu full without deduction. T' master so chosen. are hereby repealed. ,
in all ita branches and solicits the of the against: loss by Fire on the! u ual. terms", tF All prizes of$1,000 and under paid i rue SEC. 6. Be itjurtker enacts, That infants or feme coverts maybe [Fased the Senate November 30, 1838. Passed tile House of Itepresemata3 S

citizen (Tallaba: see :snrrouuuiug patronage country. His Deecm er IS.F. 1S5S.II. FLAGG 51 .AgentTallala.'IlH'C' diauly after the drawing. -other prizes at't! chosen and selected as masters under this act, as though they lives December 31, 18\8.:\ Approved l hI' the Governor January 7:1! O.1' V
of .
: is the 5iick office time thirty days.NOTICE :
shop} Ill formerly oceupiitl by Dr. labored: under no dsablities.
(Call oppo&ile the lpisc! .ipal Chunk lie is a practical GWYNN & HILTON, TO COEBESrorvriEXTS:: SKC. 7. Be it further cnaclfd, That: upon complaint on oath
HinJ..rliIlJ. feels that h., do work Those who not mail
sure can as prefer sending money by ran
veil and u. L'-ll' a-< it can bo d :: FIXDElsEX.July TALLA1IASSEK, FLA." for Tickets, in sums of $10, and upwards (autO (oculus free negro within the county of which he is such Judge is of idle '
17, 16SS. ?:I ly I t2T Sent.' copy. -0- at our risk and expense, from any city rr town and dissolute habits it shaH be the duty of such Judge to order a :: ACT to amend an act to secore rt o payment of Magistrate sash other"
: : :.... D. "'. ( WYAA A It. B. JIILTO f, where they have an office. The money said order hearing of the facts on some particular daj, not less than five nor officers their Fees in criminal prosecutions not BOW provided for. '

Hanckel& !Nowell, HAVING associated themselves together in the must be eDvelor enclosed in the a "Government Poet cannotreceive OifiC'CtlamJ'l"d more than ten days, and he shall cau e notice of the time arid-place SECTION 1. Be it enacted ly tJie Senate and Jfovte of ,.Representatives
Express Company
FACTORS, all busints"' of cntiustcd Law, will to them give their llcy joint will attentionto attend them. to be servedupon said free negro at least,: five days befora the day of the Slate of Florida in General Astcmbly eontentd Thatif >

the Supreme Court, the U. S. District.. Court *ud the All communications strictly confidential set for hearing the complaint ; and if upon the said hearing he is any person or persons shall make complaint before any Justice of'the
AkDUcneral Circuit Court at Tallahawee. and alllO the Circuit Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to satisfied of the truth of aid complaint it shall be his duty to com Peace of this State that a crime or misdeto an t- ha been corn-'

Commission Merchants, CourUof GadsdenVnbulU, Jefferson Madison and WOOD. EDDY A CO. August*,Georgia. mit the said free negro to the common jail of his county, and the milted i in the State, and rf each person or persons be recognized by

CHARLESTON SC. I Hamilton Uountic-s. Office at the Court-bouse in or, WOOD, EDDY A CO.. Aa-inU, Georgia. Jailor thereof is hereby authorized and required to keep in said custody V the Justice of the Peaco to appear at the next tertat of the Circuit

Tallahassee.March $58. or, WOOD, EDDY & CO. Wilmington, Delt1r such free negro until tho day of sale hereinafter provided. Court to give his or their evidence as to sacberiroS of misdemeanor,
AV. 0\M.LL. 6. lMy
C. f. U1Xt..KL.
-- A list of the numbers that are drawn from I SEC. 8. Be further C1U1drd,That upon the finding of the Judge and on his or their failure to appear at the nest term,a(' the Circuit" V

'["11Ev *ill stll every description of 7VW or Miss )ohnson--; the wheel, with the amount of the Prize that each aforesaid, in accordance with the facts complained of, it shall be the Court to give'.sueh evidence, be or' they so faiiigalia1VbJiaIi1e! ,to',

-i.tfrclianJuf, und will make advances on all ) ESPECTFDLLY iufornn the LADIES ofTllabnsscc ODe entitled to, will bo publi"hf,1after every drawing duty of said Judge to issue aa order to the Sheriff of said county, said Justice of die Peace for"all costs occasioned,LI.JlII.o: ibeircomp1.aint ,
euo i.1mlt"s' \\< and vicinity that she has a few fashionable in the following papers: Augusta (Ceo.) Oonstitationaluet which order the said Sheriff is hereby authorized and required to : '-. : .'.: ". .....*
New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register V
will sell
ii BONNETS which the at
188. band
-.Ap.iL-. -- 15IyM reasonable prices She oo is also prepared to JoII Charleston Standard, Nubville Gazette, Atlanta In- execute commanding him to sell the said free negro for a term of, : SEC. 2. pe ilfifrtfer) enacted, That a judgment Ina,;' bobtt&'

'Cash-Aa.vances'-' -- !kinds uf MILLINERY at short. notice and reasonable te1Jige ff'. New York Weekly Day Boot,Savannah. years, to be adjudged by such Judge to the highest bidder at the by said Justice i for the same in said'Circuit Court ajd a :d t,.
terms: and soJkiu a liberal 8ha.rcf patronage. Orders Morning News, Ricbmoud Dispatch, New York Dispatch regular sheriff sale day thereafter, provided that fifteen days publication issued.thereon as mother. cases. % '
t ADK .in COTTON tLipd" tour }o'.if'luh in ) wilt K- received at Mrs. A. F. MILLU'., uotlh of Pauldmg {Mis}) Clarion, lad Little Rock, t shall be made of such,sale between tl>. order and day of s'o.SEC .. '[tPas'e.l ifie UooseWTlfpreMrnLitive December 18. 185S. Paid -
New: York. W. L. IWXDJrCO.; the Female Academy.Niyemtter (ArV,) True
1S57 I U. 1k further enacted, That after the payment of he Ie- ate Dv.ctnicr; 22: l58. 1-v the Uovtrnvr January J, J8 '
14. 46-ly \I'PrYc
Lloyd St]>t 'j, ISob 6), l!>i8. 4.:< '

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I Mr. (1A WFolr. 11tIle!! fiom tl.t State of, /Vow //.. J"':nriUe Sltmdnrd, },. 21.I !//. ,j iV'ww tfit Apult'cJi'teolit.AJrerliter. 23J 'IllI I home in the country: vlt.\ B? Kr. I'. A. Branch, on the 2>.h of February, at the

1 lonVtan & foimial.5ATUKDAV Florid.i.. that! ', leeii] l tetthe Wnr Dl I Supreme Court Jnelsei.LUir \ I ire-ht Florida. I Oh.And tin iu.' a the faru>eri* wood llresiJo, iwuse of the t>rul 's mart-*, Capt M10IIAFL O'J.EART,
; |,..rtment all 1 he nuw i iscue to the soldier : S I :: : of Urn WiU MtnlltLKN C. HUNV.EEFOED,
,l ) Ktand-ird-IH:.tR SIR : The time f..rled- V liave seen the proceedings of n meeting held ; Wl-tn the tire bRrus. bright rigiin.t

..-- -. I ITLI.AnA5SJi and The m t('t HAlKJiAX.the :cte. Ihe Chair Cur 1 ing a Chief Ju-tiec and two Associate Justices of : in (iffe Comity Al..., on the 2'Jth of January. :t On frosty Ili.i l't, Of New Port.

E : I utrtiiic it th no reat-oa 1 1 the Supreme Court is not far off, and in view of |i! 1 fc: ,in honor ot the success of the late Couiruis-t Where the jest, the song and the laugh life free,
.c\'ilil'n sionet of Alabama. We have also seen other notij I Oh the fJrlJlu'lIlloUlc is the liome f..r m*.
t [ ,
-- -- Mr." CRA I hope the gentleman villI the importance (.f this tribunal, it becomes the |I I j cesoithe kind, piocaimingthe nes that Florida ip t1ciu.

tIinnl s, 18 !. !I' \ .' \e tIlt point vf order. I; pie of the State to begin to look around and eon- 'i Leg'mture hi* so far stultified herself U'O pass i, Oh give DIP a ! in the rO\lIItr\' _- -_- _
Mr; '
:10. .: _-:-. hi. States ptlnJ "I 't>the uld] rather fri'fp, POKT OF ST. MARKS.JJarth .

HP" Mf. J. J. TAi'CH\ACi La. teen appointedapnt J (Mr. .\WOJD.: 1)11 It Dot ale for the Ktnte of The Jocieiary" is the highest most potent and : Stnte vott- themrelves out of Florida. When her bUlls and flowers
i Ik'thi.hole: matter se mto have been ; In the l.rijht 'prinT hours.
to receive Ac for the Fieridicn -
t'lIloecrlpllna i Florida.
.dnrlulu-uta i iiMpi.rtant dtpHrtmeiit ourislatepitirniiicnt ; it* lu-fordthe I.1III're; met. A commissioner was Her I ridal rirzin.1m fresh UartJ trees AiltiVr.I',
Jk Journal, tad to n recelpU of the I .I' g I
Proprietor. for the _Ole.( lb Dtm ]j] Slate.I Mr.. tTANTON. I i i. sr money)' paid by the pec-nliai oiganiziition ]xiwcrs nnd duties, arc touch to pro>eeJ to'Tallaiaussee anti insult the horor anti' And iniliHly floats on t'.u- perfn.J I r-. 1. lc.mrimr' t.mlst-st.i.IlnterhinsKey\Vcst,

as to bring it in din ct contact with the pntrtifitlerery iligniu- of the State of Florida, by logrolling I left for Net- rlear..
Mr. CRAWFORD. No sir the i U
I ; geniltiiiau amonj-t the members of her Legislature.! The niatUr I In Mat in sJiady n ok.j .
Post Office j is j jOB The Slate it. : Jny inttrcitt of every citizen of the State, nJhence summer a (-LEAKED.FeK : .
never 10\i,1
open ; ilfolmell 1:1 j sin- '
without Iroct.I
_ n NolTe -f -smmg( upon the two Houses a j And vice ly the side ('( a purling .
', between the hour of 12 M. a,11 P. J j t* 11\.b the worse. I the I m the importance of selecting the be,t men to | pie tiMrfftcr (if wt except time members fnun Jick- 'I I Where the violet grow. 2 1.Brig K. R mington. William! *, New York,
;; j claim are iu fu\orof indiiJull. the artu.lltit fill all offices. The Wc-stern counties I II11 bales cotton, 11 bl-K 3lei hides
i judicial Supreme Court though > son, IIo\m\ and other extreme: ) Or the pale swamp rose, syrup.
TALLAHASSEE 1IARKET.TALLiHzjeb.. i is certainly not for iu 'rd.r. a bill making ap distinct from all other courts, and though its jurisdiction knowing ,hut wo- the wi..lwtur their constituent Fuinting skk, *n the win' torching teanr, | FeU 2S. Sehr. WiM ligeron. O'Leurjr, Nest Or-

K, 1SS | J.rl.I'iationl the. expenses of the Army for If .Alalunu wished to acquire this portiOn of our Dips htir pale petal in the 'oolang br"IIIn I leiin. with lOKKjarn. 1 U>x tobacco SS lair.
week limited business bas been 1. I tmul year ending June 30, I860, and it is cot iu is solely appellate, yet it is the head of all State w\y did she not come in so as to have i I rrlspirit tnrpentire.: ; barreLs rosin [4tch, 10S

done COTOTbl.. week 1.111. nod Iblrl"' -. "fn bulet '; older to tack on to it old claim i vthcT e-ouit. and the head of the Judicial de-par.- made it an i i5se ut the last general elation in this I Oh, give me ft home in the country \iide, |! bam l.I oil

_ r at fie folio"ice prlC: S3 &t 9 eta. 70 at S ; ; Io9 .t*S : 2 ; Mr., CI,,\W} RD. The Department utk for this. i I ment of the government. Before the Magistrate(r I Ii I I State ? and tli.-n the voice of the peopled lu.lllllt'e In the/ gulden days of a f.inuer'* pride, i iI m IN PORT.
at 10 tre each tomeihtrg : !t. soJi!
Thf <
may be fl.obtained abe tade Iota, .rltt'. dul I IPn.Mr.) IIA\\' Mr.! these ] the Cirt-utJu'.ge: our rights and the emdsofJust'ave '!j I et'll heard Ilion this matter. Vu e have always un- I- When his Ionic are filled. a Bark II. IRnt er*. IMaco. loading
dc* or the week !M) from t to (1.irmln. troops I' derstood it tube nettled that the people were to }'WII time fields lieV tilled. V
luD-Sae : 1 i culled be defeated but if to the j jr \Viumh.Saumaals-m.. JcBi' >
,(re out byittue of the law ju-t read by i may so. we can appeal !I -
(,01 dictate to th S 1IEIE A COLES, Ufr. the honorable gmileuuu firm (Geoigia; [ : and have the below correctI I s-uwannee, ll.r-u.vr, Ji
CC/QI / plr.Crw. Supre Court errors ha,
Florida bevkon
1 ford. the people u the Legislature of seen [ And Miiiling at 11 inter, lie him on. Sel.r. F K 15.msiulfru'v. Jo
] .IJ- 1! ed ; Lut if the Supreme Court commit errors there fit to da Tee gentlemen will be marked by the -- -- .
.[ Nomination of Court Judge. i Mr. DEAN. I object t a' fuither d'.bate. i -
Supreme "! i is ordinarily no remedy. people, and if they have that patriotism which we ( HU M WA-JH1NGTHN. i
A corre pondent of the Jacksontille Standard The CIAlUfX. IHbate i is not in order. I beh.'vc the\have those who have advocated this I IniCJitire !
,l tl.e List letters
2-1'-TIle Sen.mteGeneral -
i i The question was taken the appeal ; end the I think.lhl'refort'l that the quilin'cation'and fitness j ,
(1 aims
Conver.i'n. to meet in Tallaha) I will much eloquence ,
r umOCn.h" see ,i i-iMon of the Cluir, ruling the amendment out of of men for Supreme Court Judges -lioul.1 be as wet lay down the shovel and the hue," ,o j, Appropriation bill.; To-day they Art Ji*- j | > EMAINING in the IV.TOrirL', Talaha! *e?,
the thirJ Monji in Jtsr.e, for the cf I may
on j order, wilt metaincJ.j .
lurpl t well considered before bringing thcmbcforc the '1 far a* polite are concerned. curMnij the Post Koute bilL : AV Florida, March 5. 159.

i nominating candidate! for the I>nch of tl. : j jCourt. !I resolution in .legnrd*_to the annexation of j country as candidates In order that thi important I Ii I Ij But the people! Alabama. not satisfied with i i louse has defeated the IVt Ofl ce .\I'rr"pli- A-H Andrew, Miss Mary Harrsod! ;
I The cl di for Jtielg take in Octobr Tll JidgeYelterton] hate lauded to the skies
place- T
: I Hor5d.i to Georgia by the GeorgiaLcgi'daturc subject be properly' considered, and harmonious i ij praising | ation bill by a tote of 81; to llt A itioliu tw rc- II Aveiitf.P. J-C 1C Joyner,
i of the present year. We publish tIe corr.iou. |I has AJolo of the Florida j I II the "lala,,' Col. Irwin and the eloquent" C. I IBrox I I W Anstii, W B Jonej.
passed consider will be made to
action be had in forvard -narrow.
nlcation the of the ]I| and betoiuc the ltgibii\ ii oft union I j may bringing a propertick !onfor, the able manner in which they advocated j O M Avcrv.J Miss Miry Jackson, 2L
frc.U Ikbr"llture.
1 lurrcsrn.lcut -Sa1.J'n : on the terms mentioned.. 0. i t, I suggest that a State Contcnton be held at'l'ullailmass.'t' interests Alabama, to the prejudice of I The Naval Intcstiguling Cviunrittee made their t V A I..ut. >r C II Jtirelan,

-Auguela. iflipattla.The J'iraynne. i on the third Monday in June next, for ; that Stnt, who-e Constitution they has e'nn'rn tosuppoit. I report to-day. I j jWA -s7 N Ibm ,, y\t\ S E Inyram.
i i We clip the alT. eay theSavannah Republican If tim ee gentlemen, without a bluh, can j'j h'D IVer- ,
J J F,rl. 25. The Senate 1iI:l the i j Tlvillc 'rel.
velitor of tl4k i Mr Atkinson i is now the purpo-c of nominating candidates for the Suprein I HI>GTO., > [ -
p"Hr] I A I Kpecimcii of numerous notices we have oilerveiPof | receive tleeeudulution*, we do not envy them their I I II Brow. 2Rtileti Lu"epj Lmi mani,
on A tint Scti'.livrn! Georgia with the \icy off lute in tl.e'New Orleans pree who seem profoundly <5 Couit of the State of Florida. II | short lired" popularity for the eople, the common bill raising the jji. Uige on 1 -tiers v.'-i.jIait.{ IrSi than T Harrow, William 1/oi.i-t,

f extending his trat els into nvri la. We hope to see I of the --- seiix; of the State, will teach I.h.lIIthlt neitln I half an ounce to t five ruts, and ulvlicliing the finnl.- M L Rrentlv, Pluhp IJnu.H,
I'' ignorant recent action of Florida I| Florida and Cuba. I "
ui in a few The is a forte the! re'lutions of (Jeneta nor Coffee County are the ing privilege.rlh J H Unit. Dr C 1C Lrutner. 2Mih..ney
MO among .IJ" Ditpatch Legislature on the subject of annexation. For We find uiuUrneath cot ."icili'Mi in the voters of Floiida. The time is to come when this Satrs Butler: M-J K
our busiues 1flCn. through, its col'umns II I I II t : Cnlnin I'ill \" resumed, nj IT..t.-5 i. liD *nder { ,
among a j tl irlfrlatiun. we would ttate that no proposi j Charleston Mercury of a recent date : : mater will be settled finl\lI). J W Brantlv, .Jminrs T McGill!

.f the latest telegraphic intelligence i* generally i lion has ever been made to annex any portion of Mr. Editor Vnt siim* h.ivc been >ken of for I I Ve are glad however to know that there was one tttiiding that the Sm.ite would not TJvurn until M W Boyd," 31 J Mlillcr, II
I 1 1I in the lower House, it i is voted .,iu. !
obtained. I coaty who-e Representative, I J L Brjsn. liuekumieareef\fa
Florida to the State of Georgia. The annexation I the purchase of Cubi. Aould those millions suffice ( )
-- --- I : in excavate a ship canal across the peninsula hf I' !(.!._- out the will of his constiluuits ; jes Franklin The House reconsidered time vote rejecting the J PrnktReM, MiKlira: MHlvr,
I movement with
originated and the
LaWN of the lale Semlon. :| AI.Lama. rrojettj : Florida at some high point say between the 20th : nunty, the one most neglected of any county. Post Oflu-c l-ill. The appropriation till in up. [ J PKn, (i n tin.I .
j i Ia to add West Florida or that portion tying west j in tie State, through her VOling,talented and watt hj E J Karco It S *
The acts of the lalt fes iou of the General .t.-eera-iI I I ; and uOth degree's ,latitude If so, then Cut,., i iwould WAMiiNfcToy, l\b. 2i>.-In the Smati, to-day, Mr.I I Prrtet
: j of the Apaluclikola river, to the former ,'tlabamna no longer be th I'I'I I lily are row p.ti>ing through the pi'CM and will be i tIl. thisnsult of Alabama-knowing that? hU constitucntahad blidell said ni the! defective rules of tLe bcnate per- -W If Ccrnw Mi L Robert
I appointed a commissioner to to Tail- FloriJa would then befrom, its po-ition a barrierI I Ii I I *
completed; as son as lo'.iHt In the meantime I lala. and proceed I to eve-rv nation but our own; and backed by a con- I git en no instructions upon this matter lie i rnitted the miiioiity! U [,-vvnt a vote, I.e would, John Ca-oo, s-n w Scott.I .
(ee negotiate on the subject with! the Legislature did the cloak of the dictator to timepemsisle. I
rhall such of im- lot assume Jobsm C Crt ntmni J-hn
'we pcbli-h ( as arc public I tir.ent, wotildforcvir neutralize Cuba a3 n mtrategeti' I ratlur than Faeiifiire nppropiution till ansi i I C Scales,
1 of Florida at its recent "e.ion. and he discharged nit con*ci"H* from where he had received his MuLatl
proteating how- -\er, against lacing i heldresponsible point. Kurope: g-txe us Flol'j.I.1 aims 1-ouir-iumi, mmnli C..nway. Opt II V s'nell.
_ Jtht. 'I awaited fur the to out render it necewary ('ra mil of an extra session of ,
minion but infer from the lioctilo ultimatum when autim.rit3imu 1tnl'e jMak Jatncrs J Cotiriin lamiei l
I. ; Me rcjciitrd no we anmxedTexi v. Stat&ury.Mr .
for the with which |1'1'0 |
_ uumerO. ( : nil iistruet him upon (him ulj-et. Coagr and articuUrly os the tkiuite l.ialrmdjresj v C ('armssa
ceediiig, without I the tlighte of '. Tlu'n"e :eiecuirej| a nOItl"11'1''ti live from t'arotjms. Snnea&1)i'
they "',mnJ. There 1m been' thegrenteitconceir- ;' borne of the members considered j-roi-put buccis Mexico[ and the President now rrmsramsta n aimed \\ understand that it "u already a foregone I I.0 'rcs>.d an oj.iu-oa in favor of the"D of .1 tnvi4. 'i'-Mrs Harriet Tryout
abl cftrclc>-<>nefs here in withtheselawf. the lroloeiliulal of another northen contusion, that Florida hut.1IO l forced to re i Ple\ c''I.lciol I' c c-upatloii province, anal still Cuba by a test vi tc twelve: majority I.-i-t ni ht- .
indignity wllic the majoi-ity, an courtesy i i. ". But touch I : to all this Teiritory, that if the people would ; !- Jo.. W Eiwar i M. N.edm11cxm.enineare
n a
AJdltionsandoinisMon'of; words, which ae no reveal utt..r ('uLa.anJ En:lind
he aid lie vroulditlidiaw! the 1-ill, and it
not the i is-ue ii tlii it must l lriantiied he bring
start subject
to a bister Mate and the npe i SeaU-rn <
to very respectable gentle and France clutch us with the vengeance oft holy Superior CWt.)
in instances ob and in others the
some cure destroy I I
down them against their w iii. People of forward the next *,.toi.m uf t'onmss.lime P
C r.rrrll.E K R TIa'o'mon.
man who represented went through the furmiaofsass'ing tow, and well they may. Give us the Gulfand the
sense, arc common. The printer would make the 1.r. \Uullh of Via falU nt our feet. Wet Florida will you submit to this in-sult, to this army appropriation 1411 was j'n'Svdilh an 51 Fraie-igl.l \i*Iltnry William*,

; necessary corrections if he felt authorized so to do, a rCNlutio referring the question to the i!I Europe imam surveyed w ith a more philosophic eye assumption; of power by those whom you ainendnieiit of neaily one million JoIL" t>r f.>fliieation ; at-fl S tlcrt-rrt, \bms Hsraltcm"
\ ote cf the people] at the next election. Our inference than the whieh whan you invested with the brief 'rt'utea.1 2ILf IIr>iikf lt
but at he does nt. they must go out with all theirimperfections. j we wastes separate our Atlantic >
I flora the spirit manifested on the occasion \is, ; from our Pacific States ftlie views with comrln..1 j powifseT! No'! A* emble ye. from ,' ? JS" Persons e-nqnirir f'r any ft time above letters
ter mush. hurl bnck this insult by an oferwheliningmajor Tl.e House pad tli- office
: that there is not the slightest prospect oft popular i eeiie'V the project of a railroad connection annexation ticket i I poet apprppriatlcnbill will plea.? ear" thev" are Ivertfc-ed.
Indiana-c not nil Gone. endorsement of the Pacific, and England has even insinuated that she ty against in time! nine form as ft'I ort. d on yefcterday.' MiLES NSSII, t. 1.
\IILnml proposition. I might un'tc: her Atlantic and Pacific pe>sse-s5ons by -- -' -- The Protrident rent in his veto of the Agricultural Match 5. 1S5Ifi) H.-1W
editor of the who
Tlie RTuibii.lge Arytu, t.j'zt1izc1ako1a I
a The only tl'rituln question now pending be a railroad through Cnnadi-e\idently to withdraw Titinrri OF iti'APKCT.At j
bill. Tluru umuceeesftmh rfToit made
College vr iui \\TllEADY
when the steamer Magnolia touched t'Hel Georgia and Florida i the one of boundary our attention from other m..I M ofe>ontan, and a called meeting of Ccnlrc\1Ie I.o. gl'. No. IS, I' !

at that place with Col. Hector auj his emigrating 1 the line having never been definitely settled since confirm us in such nu under. anJing- well aware ly or.lei ,.f \\". M.. after hating attended the body to take up the tariff bill. Yftriou amendments to

txmiuoles on board !.}* that the Indians accompaliying I the ceteion of the latter by Spain. Both States I that the imtiicnec elitaneethe, uuinhabitaUo nature I j jol of.Drttfrn1ll5 Lee to the grave with the usualMaoiiie I the ippropri.ition bill \\ .re debated.MUKDIIR i I Sent Post Paid oa Receipt of the Pries !
Col. Rector the entire remnant of I the lI'ritorlnlln.l() Indian*, will makethat : honor., the following Preamble! and Resolutions -
,4 I haY entered upon the settlement with the most piecarious -thoroughfare for a century to conu 'I'Ia w .-unarimonsly I adojited.: BY A CONGRI>S.MAX.WJI uI

I Hilly tribe in }Florida ; but that SamJones' friendly and ILerallliri. their respective Mexico wecan nctcrab.oid; hence the coui|'irati\e WIItla\.lufiuite Wisdom has cal1..J from our I ,IIIMTOX, F .l h. 27.-Philip Il.irton Key, the I I NT.U': IIJ.l! STISTii: )

I tribe numbering ulrout/ fifty, only fifteen of I tures listing ) lesolutions"la'l indifference of Europe; to our acquisition mid-t our friend and brother AMOLEL-afti-r a I United States Attorney for the listriet CVlaralLa, '

whom might l>e termed warrior*, could not be in- subject, which be Central America, then, is the prize" hich'l l,n mutually is
ru"t acceptable. | \rasi-liot and killed todajin the street Marly
I theietor the of Asia and Man and Mason
Juccd to iu of the I on comiue-rce the! known among us a* n a
.4 cr.-.igratc (consequence nii'repreaei.tations I to these) Iseriasims, that our cotemporary of the p; .. the Ilxi-cntive ) Ilanid iekl. r MIIEsnroItinu .lev. t. .1 ..
; ry of tIle :and that is the price of Cuba. and who, though lie possessed foil les'possesscdaridliunv fronting Man-ou by > '" ) are t a popularp i-

of unprincipled white settlers whodeired aymte refers, without a proper understanding of I TIle tiewsof Ellrlpt'llnl..Ht'| \' lIre not new ; but I practiced virtue-s and tc/iereat, the tie that I' a of Congris from New York. The reported 1. IUMI of tie- mace mi.mpm.rt-muat I traue'iaec tif Rural

them t remain. The Aryut says; their ii.i[>ort.I I it i is here proj/>osed to def,-at it, nut by the seizure ound us together here has been severed by the asMgned for the this tn>-MiY aimmi I Rural Art : mica) f'r'.ni..I iu public taste.

I There twenty-five 1'ariur in the --_ -_ -- ---- e>f Cuba but l Iy the bloodiest one-ration of uniti! ruthless lundeif death and our Brother! we think! i ipa I caiue perpetration nmr- ,' ri.lirtlx-ui'; ,'ot.mii'scs' il, rtlxl Jlii.iii.-lin! time ft

'I'' in charge"of-Crt Col. Rector each of whom is company paid by I; loIUallpculaUoo.-Klow rsotliiii" OhI the Culf of Mexuo with the .\ilalltie. through our I >se
f the General Go\'.-riiment. H!an inducement for him I aUol". 1 own teritory. Such a projee -rf carried out, would the haven of rot : wife. Iiclujtrv. Ttev mare l.iriteil; to nil pclir>ii'.SCuntliornn

; If R emigrate five hunJr. dollars-the women and I The New York Time is.quoted by the Knowi I confer more LC'nditIn every portion of the conn Jie'iJrnl Int. That we a* Mae revere God and This affair has created great excitement in leading w f I ia's Northern infi r ? f itting fAilhfuIljr repreSriitcil -

I children arc |Ilid. each! ole 1'ln.lre ilIar.- i Nothing press as a moderate and conservative Republiean try than the partial scheme oft Pacific Railroad bow to his decree* with -mi-irc! reverence. tlicrvn. Tl* ri.", enrnpri- :
circles iu of the socialt3julhigi
: Tlmy get in tilt contitry)' Wt. t hn'nly.fvl thousand !, In the conditionofpartiesln I would on any one section. To the North such u 7iVj e2'/. Tliat w e dee|>ly sym'athize.ith the thiseity on account I.igh THE HOUSE :
dollars annually, to be among entire paper. speculating on i canal with the ]policy whiclh would follow its comaS niter and brother of the deceas. and recoinmeml @ >f the jartie*.
number, 'lucia i. about two thou 'an.J. They al.o a recent number, it says : plotion, would open a wide field for ninierce. them to meek con"lution from that source from I A Pocket! of liuraS Arclutecturc. or How

have their cabins built for them clothing and jirov's'.ons :- I In the Republican ranks there is even greater To the West, it would present New Orleans time whence their brother derived strength to en-lure LATE.VFHIOM MEXICO. to BaIl I IIc.i.srs. liiriis mmiii u'it trOat-UuiIJiujj*, w iis

furnished for one yea?, and are supplied I difference opinion in regard to a candidate. The first mart in the world. To the Sooth it tvould I the tOm tCTe of dieae.Rtsolttil NEW OCIEIN, Fvb. ThesteanishipTennewee many OiLjirnl Ib'sigias.
instinct of the offer shorn of ZJ. That the members of this ) I'lioc, in i'nicr covers 3!> ffufs ; io muslin, 50 els.
is Cuba her
with agricultural and blacksmith tool i I I party to nominate (;o\ Seward I importance to Europe and Lodge arrived e-n j-erterday from Vera: Cruz, which port
not only as the ablest and most conspicuous states i' to the Pacific States it would open through Texas Rear the usual badge of mourning tot the space of THE GARDEN :
We hate received letter from the she left the 22 1 inst.
: Theo. j man of the party: but a its best representative, the only reasonable route for n railroad connection thirty day on < | C...mpri-t- \ til f..r the
Biescll. dated Minmi. Dad Co.Feb. 14th in which and the man who has done the most to build it up. j j w ith the .Atlantic and a direct communication by lleitnlie'd It/i. That the Secretary send a copy of The latest intelligence from the operation of the 'etetaiae.! }Fruit, <>}n Flowi-r and CultiratiVu Omaniental t>t Kitcbcrt Tree

the writer fpcakt of the disposition of the Indians In this Slate thtfteling' /nifaror p/omi.t to !i> "Water in time. I* the canal practicable ? Would these [.roeveaJngs! to the bereaved (brothef and sister leaping faclionists in Mexico, rcpoits that (;emu n'i.l Sin I*. nn.J! ati -xp-i.ton: of the Iv nf VjreUI.V
i refrsing to emigrate. The letter WHS written I tearllnaninlm.. The principal obstacle ro'tl j the re-ulu warrant the undertaking* and cause a copy to be published in some aper. ilirrnion was at Ori7al, with! "/( ) men-*--he was Lfe ?ut Crowth.
te out of the and .t. C, F IU.VKE. i'haI'"m". '
I"" I fOre r.J Rector ..' ".*#ede,' i. i>ersua li"jr tl"l ...,. -I 0'6 di.line. ._.. _strongly J. -.o pronounced eO.Q .ot.hosI J.- There i* A mixture ofronwrvati-m and progrcssivc collecting forced loan in all sections; n>d I'lice. in |>ajx envtr, SO etc ; fti raubllii. 50 cIa

.: I ".rty emigrate ".lli" led ou the Magnolia. Mr. I I this.State list u\'Iter. and whose ruling rentiI fpirit in the above remarks the New Orleans On the let of February, the Lolge was called ted a new cabinet \ THE FARM :

Bil.) .. 'I meut is much stronger tLfn their number, both in Petit which the writer appears somewhat luJi- from refreshment to labor and l1It'tlt the residenceof It was rl'1.ort.llhllt there"( were 4/XH liberals, With Chapters ems A icnttnral CLemutrr.. Sf3 .

"I I :, "The Indians are here in considerable number, this,State and I'wherl. The great mass of tlmisparty crons in endeavoring reconcile. Thi struggle to I Brvtlur Fletcher and attended lila body to the I Zacute-ca, and a larger number Mornli.i.. MaiitirfS. DraiDinp, Irrigutii.n. FVniiv.,,>, Fanr Iionltnunt -
is intincibly opposed to GOT. Seward, and srnive and interred it -witim Masonic honor The
etc ilkemstretvmi.
perfectly fatuJI)'. The .Agent has been here and also, though possibly in a less to Governor I reconcile things that are irreconcilable produces a \v. if. on return appointed a committee who drafted The English and French squadrons at Vcra Cruz l'riee, in ci'trr. 0 eta in
muslin SO
Jegcl. I
found them S Jlt'rmill. not to emigrate that he I Ihagiven Chafe, ImisVtsterm (competitor. i a movej I bad argument as regards the di pcn ibility of Cuba following Preamble and Kesolutiems': had threatened to go on bowrd tlc steamship Ten- l'arcr 1).WESTI ; ets.

t up the tal perfectly hopel" sand -i ,j jJinel taint on their 1"111. of which the apparent object is but elicits suggestions .timat are extremely i Wirmre, it has phased the All wise di-po cr of nt?e-e, in cae they belieed there any fillibu ( j.VL1t.I!.S:
,tI' to bring? forward Senator Crittenden, but wimicimprobimily cventi to impose on us the painful duty of 'chronicling A Poe-ket Mm.nalf Cattle, He.rse ant I Sheep Hus
all his efforts to the Tullalinjsecs on the w worthy consideration and cultivation hereafter. tef3 on board of her. The Captain of the G. S.
( means something else, as the dominantsentiment the death of a Brother, (fondly endeared by bandry ; with Directions f. r the Breeding and management ;
j i( tern coast w ho lie thinks may he persuaded to go. I' of the is favorable. to Young It i is idle to talk about commanding the Gulf while sociality and the circumstance* that often convened I oliirlrh.>jM iitinmte to the-in they would not t.f Snine, I'mei.ttrsl5reoema. Rabbit. Dogs,

"There ho lately been a wreck near Jupiter of I America. Gov. pnr. a favorite Hi/A tlte,, tad Cuba remains in European hands; and when times I us together) C. C. FLETCIII.R who departed this life I board the Tennessee with impunity if he was etc.. the Tratm of the'ii Di
I I I a ship fitted out as a slater in New Orleans for the I tf he lired out of Xev England vould undoubted j writer admits that the Gulf commands Central on the 29th January, at half past 12 o'clock. We present. Bee s. Price, iti p.i per cot ers, ?U cents; iit muslin,

coast of Afiicn, at w hick the Indians were the principal t,t.o"l.rt.J for tie nomination. W I America, and that both, under our control, would w ould as a testimony of our regard offer the_follow- I The French and English morch.inU hive placedtheniselti" 50 cen j.TJu .
But A new RepublH-an movement is jnst bag resolutions : Monte-Tin 6VtriAr i77 Farm
an Dotntatie
w'reek ers, and they have re-ceive-d a benefit I nouneed, which may command attention is to I' cause the wealth of Asia to fall at our feet t. he effectuatly I Resulted, That we bow in humble submission to under the ptoteetion of the flag of the I .Iidam, -'

audi as they net-er before. have II.J. They now make CoI Fremont again the candidate, putting I overturns his theory in regard to waking Him w ho summoned ou" beloved brother home. i iI I'liitc-d Slate I Bound in one larghand"n e gilt velum! *, mar be

havean abundnnce of Ammunition ticket with him some I hive Southern j Florida an offset for Cuba. Hi remark Ihat we extend our heartfelt sympathies to his bereaved *
I pioviioN. liquor upon or I i iSouthwestern however I had f..r *1.50. Tr form*, of it -lf. a CovrtrrE 1188

I *. Ar., Ae. They appear to b. j-cneeably dis j I'' man, like Blair of Jis6uri. who has with respect to the inriucncc which a ship canal ''I family and relations, end invoke the grace ARRIVAL OF TilE ILLINOIS. I RT <>r Rran. ArrAiR. and *i4.i| have n place ra*-
olitical and of God them to sustain them in their
j AlitJ. j courage advantage 'Jf upon irreparable New YORK l'c1TIle Illinois has the husk shelf *
/ tle steamship ef'every resident the
;I !j posed, bring in a plenty clf game-are thterfIIIIII living in I slave State. As a general thing a candidate across Florida would have in fixing the route of I loss and bid them hope that although death arrived !I prepaid hv First Mail A'ldnss o csuntrv. Setit
II f > but that I who ha the Pacific Railroad Texas and the enhanced stole his around his the fromrinwlIll She brings $l,2oOOe, in -
wj'l.arcnlly friendly, ) they will never j been defeated once i not a favoritefor through I I icy clasp heart blighting FOWLEil WELTs
: a second run--unlcss he has future forever, that now lie sits beneath the embowering treasure. ,
"IIIgr lh'. : extraordinary abilities importance which it would confer upon New JT .t's'4 Hroadway, :;. Y.How .
--- I or |M>litica1 position. Fremont's large vote in Orleans, are eminently sensible. He might have canopy of the tree of life and enjoys the e.m- The Pnn.ima Slu? confirms the signing of the I
oi lie I 1856, however : supply the of pall of angels in IIl'oIt'tn'tl'ternsl mansion, from
place )
Pay Volunteer
may I Ouselcy Treaty and states tbut the Cass Yrissaritreaty Joon "
; TO po "PAID
I I tltS added also, that such work would powerfully \-\T: r.KT ion ir.
H"! 'j I When the bill in the House requisites. But at present the proclivity I which I'ourne no traveller returns where glory undimuieJ -
army uj au I'I ( .ist to render Island has not yet been acted on. !I -Take an Agcivy for our Publication*. The hernia
'j ''II I, party i is to nominate some representative man- | a< Ship harbor what it seems pours :ioith a sacred light and joj thr'"vughthe '
was nwoV on the I'Jth) ult. to introduce an I some onfh'se 1fl gives a guarantee for his opinions j destined inevitably to be in the course of time the one unfailing: day. A revolution is evidently approaching in are much thet e cmi he NO poiMf.rrr IXAS. EVERT

Amendment therein providing for the payment of and his ; and we 1:1' very little doubt I I great harbor fiT New Orleans and South-western | I:, "l..t. That the Master Wardens and Brethren All the port, with the exception of "ChiU.j' Fevitv particulars will address be gLad to obtain acme of them. For

the te'luntee-rs t'llC into the U. S. service by (Sen.Ilamey that,jnst a present(at all Jfr.'Sanrdtcottldcomr4K | as an expression of tlu-ir regret wear a budge Moe 1.11 J ,
I l the derided I i commerce. I j of mourning for thirty day FOWLER & WELLS,
and Col. Lewniis. The was not < fJt..f a majority the Re : cd..YArn .
lflr .ue. part AVhat changes a year o bring It was thrcnigh the New Orleans Delta, about Jlcf'rtd. That the above preamble and resolutions ,:. I N. 30H Broadway, X. Y.
the hair the p"ba1 may
( ruling amendment out of order .1 March 5. 1959. 10-4t
I L: epfut that is aJut can only be cujtturl1 They are quite as three years ago, that the idea .f making n Cuba be published in some paper and a copy of Nirtt YorK:, Feb. 25.-Sales of cotton totla5fJUO I ,, : _
the there
/ ground no c-xistinglaw applicable I In likely to lie in his *t him. game kent to his beloved wifeand a1..o" copy to
] to the We quote from the This is rather "o : out of Florida by running a ship canal across it, his brothersand sisters in Massachusetts bale's, at an advance of J cent. Middling Uplandsquoted I DE. WAGGONER ;
Ippr"lri.lti\n. proceedings an nnpremiwing position of ,
I !i the CoHyrfmional Globe I aflil was presented for the Southern pres*. Thewri- J. J. CANON Uialnniit..New II Jc Flour was buoyant sales 22, K0 bbl.
C'r Southern Omcctt1ii8t
: of
a rlprtld thC politic-inn the Richmond JI'JiiV/ j main
tcr's therefor has Wen ,
suggestion ,
t fl cn.\ I the ( I anticirut Wheat firm sales 42,000 lu,hel*. Cum hcnvjsales ,
IrolS "showing and Louisville JQ"rNnllcho1 the followerseftimese ;, ted and he does not it bit cndeav- I TALLHssEi; FLORIDA.
come I in hundred and ; i improve a by Orleans Market 13,000 bushels. Other uitie-les unchanged.

-eight,/ lam instructed by on.the Committee gentlemen willing to form an IU"neeitb |i oring to bring it forward as a project for converting I NKW- OKLE\: Feb. 19. NEw YORK Feb. 26.-Sales of cotton to day, 2000 OFFICE and ICeidet (at preent.) at Mr. O. C.

\ s aiid Menus to offer it ; the friends of Seward Will they fraternize with :i 1 FloriJa into A full equivalent for CulL, Both street with the Baptist Church.
I 1'm. FLOUR-Our last semi-weekly report closed upon bale The market fil'lIl.I'iritll of Turpentine March*. 1859 It)
9, after line one hundred and the adm rers .>f n""k This hitter to fair demand for the ,
: tWfnly'ight negro-wor- t arc nccesary our geographical symmetery and a Floir sales of the first j firm at 4i to 41i"nl.*. Rosin Eteady, with sales
: For the ,payment of the .n.l. I..h..tH' shippe-r was one of the founders of the Know Nothing to our national saf.-ty and well-being. three days (.f the week summing up about 9000 barrels i I
j of 2.1IIInrr'I> *, at *1 72} to 1 73. i iM Dwelling House for Sale.
into the General
riCe by Harney and Col. party and has conSequently, strong claims I at a range of $5 25 (it 5 37| for !superfine ith !
*. in the .all 18S7-5S w'hich shall he in full the a --0" ij some''! los! at $5 4o ('" *.> 50 f1 t bl. for che ice I "riL :. Feb. 26.-Sales of cotton today 2.(1) j 'PUB SUBSCRIBER offer ft-r sale ont

ftifnclion )payment for the services of Mid upon fraternity) A any other member. Who j j IM>I\N' IIo Titt12: o'clock X., Saturday, J'.. I I19tWe brand5, 50 for fancy f ie r (< f G 50 l for extra brand bale Middling 10J cent Sales during the week ; terms easy to a pnnhier. his home ami '

1 J: n,1untetr during the years aforesaid, fU3.Go. will refuse to recognize his claims? I ISritTMa I Mop the press to announce the arrival I The market since has exhibited no particular change, 'I and lots in Bel-Air. ArrJy to the undersigned.rr '
14,1/00 labs receipts during: the same time j j194'jOO
of John I> who I
(i brings us
of is unpleasant and we have noticed further sales the .
Tla amount money necessary) fe>r the pur- I Ito during past t W. K. Beaid JOHN BEARD. S
I. pnjincthcolunteers, culled into. sertice I.I in IIOJ"TILuLAn instance has e>ccurred | intelligence that lie was ordered by the Indians three Jays of 7600 bbls. mostly at $5 25 @ 8 5 ;nor og-iinst22SOu bales last j"111'. The increased j March 5. 185fr. 10tfNotice.

I, the State of FloriJa. in New York, say the Savannah 'I leAt'e their country where he was engaged in ; good choice St. loniHup'tl1nl'. $5 37J f* 5 50 receipts at this port are J' aGOO bole. The stock I I -- -

Mr. 8TA "OY. I rise to a question e/f s.rJer.- in whieh a Bank has had t suffer for Republican. I 8urH In'illg. On tile morning of the 91h. n negro I for fancy an.l G (ft *6 50 and $t*> 75 for Indiana, is 163. (c. j jNtw t .
It perfectly clear tIt there mu't be rule ( man charge of Mr. Jackson's team tram met hy 1 St. Ixinis ansi Tennessee extra with! one or two lot .
il OItLE.t.. .
adopted in the committee! in regard to the Ire of in a ,mal matter. A merchant keeping aceoant j Indian, and, by words and unmistakable sins!*, e>f nnbranded at f i 75 "|J bbl. The tran' ctions 25 -Sales of cotton to-day 4 LL having demands against the estate

the several State to rci"l.nrt eipense Cnim' with the American Exchange Bank, deposited two | ordered to loave in two days. On the loth Mr. : include some 2800) "LI:. yesterday of which 50O superfine 22,000 bale, Middling 10J a 11 cent I'rie *lIre I Jof Peitjiinui persons Manning deceased, late of Len

I f Chair has already dldJt that the claim ret up for notes for collectie When they became due the i' Jackson in "OInplnJith time rest of hi* part-, in lots at 5 Ja), 200 fune>at f3 70 2i".2 extra : stitfer but quotations are unchanged. The sales of county, are required tn present them, properly aoth -

Texas was not iu. ordtru an amendment to this maker did not take them up and they were 1 i, dises'verej seven hid or ight behind w srnors'-on approaching I Inlr at $.' 25, and 250 choice extra at 6 75 @ *7 00 the week reach 55,5000 bales, and the receipts were i[ .nfirnfe<*. to tfce; administrator within the time prescribes
pro them
they tree*, and to all : I
bill Massachusetts and Maine and other States, I appearance 'p barrel bales la by law, '.r will he Nirred and all tho
te'te't. 'l'e: I j-crson tii-ositirig .11'1 sued the cndorser *, nude arrrnngiment for n fight. Mr. J. I 43,500 against 59,0 O -t year. The excessin they ; *
have claims of a similar character. I trust the I'OiKT1msrmmarkct; ham Ixen very dull throuch- !I indcl ted are to make
question of order wil.f settled now he refusing to pay because notice of protestwas deemed it prudent to comply with their request{ I out the1.1., and round lot hive been off.eingmst I receipts; at this point is ::aUl, ) bales] ; and the reqi.ested- A. M. MANNING payment immediately.AdmY.

The (irlmst.ncf ofe tte bc-ing so tC'fnil.IY'-1 sent through the mail Time court held that and cm the hum, aliandoned his work and,started : lower prices without buyer, a l large portion tit the increase at all ports is OS3,5'X) Lal.-. TIme stock on March 5, 1St. 10-8w ;
f..r the old
to t't the e-e-onimeiielatie of the ( :! thescrtlccof notices of thi"l'lucl' At station, on Fi h Eating i receipts going into store. One or two lots of heavy hand and on shipboard is 526,000.
through the mail .
Ways and Means, JOe not entitle it to be I e taken I protest Creek, he saw many women ADd children.Tlih I Mess have been gold at $2O p bM. and dealers have
was not sufficient to the endorser. hal the substance oi Mr. Jackson's Sevtxxtn, Feb. 25.-SEA ISLAND*. We hate '! Notice.
out of the (operation of the rule*, that arc I charge The p"r- : out rtate- rexliiced the retail rate to *19 50 *f> bbl. -

to all the (other applicable. I I1fr. son holding the notes then sued the Bank, and recovered ; ment which may: be relied upon as authentic. I \COX-In our last semi,weekly report we noticed to report rather a dull week HI long staple eotto.ns. I i LL persons having claim against the Estate of

CRAWFORD. I understand the point of ordor not only the face of tl"m. but aLso com- TIll Indians he aippsmsesto be those 1110"l ited sales of about 450 packages, mo-tlv at 8} ct*. I There has been a fair demand for the bettergrades. 2\. Amos Lee deceased as creditor, legatee, or

to be, that there i Is no existing law I CoL Rector but woulnot agree to emigrate. for Shoulder. 10 @ 19}". for Ribbed Sidles, \\ \ & distributee are hereby notified and required to presrnt -
Intorzn' polled the Bank to the costs and his but the inability of holders and buyers to on !
J the payment of this moiier. I pay eoun"l"fee From their conduct we may infer that they are 12c. for Gear Sides and 12Je115 for Sugar Cured agree their j
Mr. :l."OX. It i."a private claim in favorS So mueh for serving protest through the not so peaceably Ji*po",1 as our Send II. A. C. Hams. We h.ire since heard of 5 Executor of thu last Will and testament of

oft_ t th*_same ns the case of Texas I mail i would havo us believe.-Tampa Peninsular. sold, mostly on private terms but including it ins on last week's price, and the latter asking a email deceased wittin two year from this date.other

:Mr.: CIA"TOI:1. I want the Chair to undertrfaiid -- - I --'-- few lots ribbed Sides at lOlc., some clear Sides at decline. The sales foot 411 lags at the following j wise they will ha barred; snei all those indebted are

the point t.rJlr ; because, if I do not misnndcrstand I| Sad Accident : 115 Poverty and Itlelie. 111?., and about 100 tierces Sugar Cured Hams at particulars ; 3 at 18, 22 at 19. 171 I\t 2l'. 2.1 at 20J ; requested to nak payment hnmediitelr.

the mater. we are autlorilt.J to offer i! On Monday morning! last, the Rev. Thomas Col It is trimly] said that no man can tell whether he I j 12Jc '|* i H ; also, yesterday 70 ea!ks ribbed Sides, 87 at 21. 36 at 22. 6 at 22}, 29 at 23, 19 at 24, 3 at i' JAMES LEEEx'tr.
this amendment I in tlot.*, at 10. 100 also, in two lot at ind 26 and 12 at 22 @ 29 cents. We renew our March 5 ISSfe.
uulllt ground tlllt ; of 1795 I bra found lying near the Albany toad, a few is rich or poor I by turning to his ledger. It i is the 101( quotations IC.mRAILROAD
authorized the Secretary- War to into servicesuch heart 8 clear Sides at 12c.I i It. of l lust week with the remark, that while I
fr taU i miles:north Bainbridge, in a state of ion I that mikes a man rich. lie is rich or poor i
volunteers as i.ntrht be to in- I itli his left i.ity. what helm A holders are firm at the prices given it H extremely
a necessary repel j \ arm t1.ktl just blow the I according to ma.i today, for instance I NOTICE.rrjt
\agion, e>r to prevent insurrection on the part of i I and his body othlr"'i i!badly .td. Time cause j may have but ten five, or two and a half : )i 6i\CLrt-i_-The worthy guardian as w.1aa difficult to mimake sales at them : .

.1 InJian tries and it i i. under that law that we in. of the accident "3 the running away of the horse, I dollars in his pocket; but to-morrow he may have the community was much alarmed last Sunday For Roller Ginned Florida and Maims-

.l it that this anuuJmer.t is in order. I have the I throwing him frcmi ltl buggy pile of logs fifty thousand dollar*, or its half or quftrt r. How evening, at the disappearance of a little, weak- Inferior to Comumon..n (u5 19 |

INW before me, and will read it. if the Chair his any | by the road idc. Up the upn" our going to i* this (treat change to be rought T the reader miy I minded school girl, about 13 or 14 ycansofage, Good Common to Fair .. .. . .20 (<5 21Good. atttntiin of Consignees < ( good by the a

ii doubt on Lie wind in regard to it. press, on yesterday no<-.u. lie had show n no signs ask. Under ordinary circumstances we would : unnii-d Julia Filj aw. It was feared, che had I .. .... .. . .... .. .. .. .22 @ 23 JL Tah.mtaas'ee! A PniM.Ia & Georgia Railroads
4j The CHAIRMAN. The Chair H under the impression I, of consciousness, and his recovery is extremely answer by demanding with the question K fee; but oil ,off and was lost as she suddenly disappeared I I Fine to Extra Fine ... r. .. .25 @ 3
1 that the amendment is of the same elm rue- '. doubtful we will answer It without price on this e>eca,ion. I from her sister, when taking a walk.] It has beenmsseerthtns'ci '! For McCarthy Ginned Florida*, te.- ( Rule 9, if Jie'aheg-eao.' it Pen. J: Geo. K. R. Co.

I Inferior. .. .. . .. . .. .
trr a that offered by the gent m.n from Texas Mr. COLUR is at present, a resident of Waknlla I 'n.I''n. five or two and a hjilf dollars to Woon, II since that she was taken IS @ 19 of ,
by in goods
one rash
away Freights ire payable delivery
[Mr. p.ryan,} and is in the nature of a claim ; and Forda. but""A formerly a citizen of Cow- I EDDY A Co., Wilmington Delaware, or Augusta, Ga. George HV<(er, and cairied to Georgia, where it j Common. . . ... .. .. . .20 @ 21 and storage will be on on article Ipofj over,
a lherefe out of oi'der. tUDtJ. Georgia, where Il i* well known. and you insure your chances drawing the great is rt'portoJ they were married on Monday Fair. . .. . . .. .. .. .. .22 (<$ 23 1 after the following

.4 Mr. CHA WFOnn. I mu't appeal from the de about sixty years of age.-BainbriJye leis ; prize or its proportion. You cannot indeed to Her extreme youth together with her Good, with staple and clean. . .21 (<$ 2& i To periods; 3 day*.
Argus a CcntigneYs in Tallahassee.
1 tiion of the Chair; and I desire to refer the Chair JJarrh 2, day, '(whether you are rich or poor, by turning is such us t) make the act amount to ] morning'l Extra fine. *. -. .. . . .. 2ft @ 28CUAW. within 6 miles of a depot C -

: t the haw of 1795, which dedarea that, whenever i On lot Friday night as the T.Uahls stagecoach I to roar ledger, but by a fortunate turn in the wheelof ity, on the part of Wilder. Her fortune XTOY, Feb. 26.-Florida*, from 18 a 26c. a a a a 9 H

the United Statea shall b innde.or shall be in leaving; this place the bon took fright fortune, under the mangement of Wooi, WIlT A about $25.l(X> doubtless was the cause of this I for very Common to Good ; Main, Sontees and 14 u orrr 12 14 wi
b imminent danger of Inui,1 fn'l any* foreign nation I and runaway breaking up the stag considerably ; Co.. you may turn _p tomorrow a fifty thousand graceful outrage. Much indication exits in Good Common Island 24 a 28; Middling Fine SO a i This rule will be strictly adhered to. and parties
f! or Indian tribe, it shall W lawfulfor the Pros dollar prize. !1 i"l 35 ; and Fin to very Fine, at SS a 45, and upward
but doiuif n CutLer damage. Rev. Joeepha Anderson I, community against I1'& The whole affair sending for goexls are requested to comply therewith
l ident of the United call '
States to such
fo militia or of Quiucy, we leant, wasin the stage.-7Ji id. -- ----- shameful.--Qtinry Republic Ftb. 26. or the goods cannot be delivered.

:.k volunteers from the Stt or Status nt convenient <. >. !! How TO STAI sen BLOOD.-Take the fine Just of tea "1 --- -- I 1 Notice IJOUSTOUN. Sup't.

t the place ganger, a* may, in judgment, benecessary 3T Te Supreme Court of the State fs now In : or the scrapings of the inside of tanned leather '! Snoomo or me Rrv. Prrra E. GBEES.-It may : *.*SeiitineI and Quiocy paper copy.

: to repel such invasion, and shall issue his sesdon this city. Chef Justice BALTZLU. and and bind it close upon the wopnd, and blood will 1 bo remembered that, some month ago the Rev. I A LL those h.Jqbteel to the undersigned are reque February 2*. 1859. 9

:i itt orders for that lulo to such officer or officer of Associate Justice and PUUJ on theBencli. I soon cease to flow. These articles are at all time i Peter E. Green of the Mississippi Conference of ted to come forward and pay their accounts

,0iri- .- a militia a* he _' and under proper. It was tit pumi Of the members of the Ber from other i I accessible and easy to be obtained. Afterthebiood 1 the Methodist E. Church, was shot by a man named I forthwith, as we are compelled to get our hard earn Feather Brushes & Busters.A

.nee ohbI1A called. this law that the vol counties in attendance, we notice Hon M. P. Papy baa ceased to flow, laudanum may be advantage | Fisher near Yicksbtirg for receiving Fisher's ings in after waiting so long. We iuform our patrons i .

un were out. Attorney General of the State, and Messrs. Call of ously] applied to wound. Due regard to these lnttrnctions ; wife as a member of the church of which Green I at the same time, that we will work for them FINE UPPLT OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS

The CHAIRMAN. Will the gentleman from I Nassau, Gillis, of Putnam, Fairbnk.of St John, : will ave agitation of mind arid rannin was the pastor Fisher has been tried found guilJ i J in future for the CASH, sod nothing hot the CASH. t I .fjmt received and fr. sale! by

4 4 Georgia state in who.* land theaej claims noW Smith Columbia, Roger and Brahani, :I for the surgeon, who would probably make no better tr, and sentenced to the penitentiary for seven I I PROTZ, RTJPP A CO. MYERS & GORMAN,

are I of Putnam.-Ja

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An Ordinance J Broome & Thompson, t Commissioner's Sale, j Tallahassee & Pen & Geo. ;' WILLIAM I POST & MEL,

T tfif rai i1tc** a*'l.rv""e 5" ff ei for nnnnfiHjf tht1.1 tm. of lite Tallthatxct jit*l Jay of for Ajtnl' Fcrnandna.: F a. 1'IR'J'.3IIAYI4MAIWII "JXT, RAIL-ROADS.\ ) j i T ; COMMISSION MERCHANTS

iouanj AiWr and vii lie of a Iecre of the United Slates Dis; { ,
t* tltc yar o"t tight I BY :1AI.rFM.TtRP.R Uf' ( ; : : J1 "' )>di"t Slrrtl.K .
flllE unilersigncdhavsf.irmeel a Court District of in \
co-partnership FI.ida. :
fly .1 under the name of BROOME ThOMPSON cause m Chancery wi erein Margaret Kerr is Com j i r"o- U'VKE, \\ : NE'VV C B-LE.A.NS.
-Jcno\. Rf it artfalxrd ly the fvtetidant and d I .
" for the triu:sactiun of phimant. and W"hrll Saunders, Sheriff and ex.officio 1 DE.H.F.R IN l'L\l\ -- --
J t-J Commit ('UII"I' nf (fif ( ity (>f TaUahmttt : .
ndmini-trator (dehorns non of Patrick Kerr..Jereal i \ "RR. r KK K TOJIf
bait .111111 be I1ed and collcctea the following : --0---
"iRt the fi'cal the 1st'69 I GE.YEIUCOJItrsSl0..BtSJN} SS is Defending. I .,I offer f. sale for ca.t,. lf-> t Ix-. for year ecllnu1f'Dti'1g on ; I MOV. ? : ;; ). TallRI'U8te. FI*.
Court Imwe door of Schedule .
in tlw of Tatlaliassee. the
: city Fftnnrd'mi. 111t'Y" ih ,'ive prompt in on first JI.nJjin \ Change J. .t I Morris it. C'u., Quincr, o.
< 1! attention to the of eottou and other I Marco nu.t. the following land 1I DIU : ;
or shipment (described j .1SrI.F. "
1 Upon all merchants vending .IOd', wares and pie Icoll1\1 -- ; He.IIul'amer.! WerUicallo "
I i
and : I to the E-l itu sifs&I Pa'mk Kerr KH! States
ing ,
produce |
on consignments VIZ' "
tax of five cents on Imn "J"lneO dlOflo ordetcd B.or. .i Pen'iar-! S-1tarks. **
merchandize. a Unity every <
lIE di'ly m -r-
for sale fir their friends The E i of N Vf j. (the \V i of the N K T Department : il1; and durabii'y, at rdu *
shipment inSarannih i.II,1
stock trade the ilr.t { t lie Mi Jiiee )K'!!
dred dll r! in'ie of the in on I \'i.e .tWi.'tn Tnlla"I1" nllll WnIer'a Mill. "r, )"yWnt. '*
..11i1.:1: u-xt *M n..rlF the ranie can I lie jwctrtnii l','.;/"r'fdl. N. Yorh or L'crrpo-jl. the W } of ( ,' N \V J.theV ill in S..tion 1. T..wn"hii., 2.. (Iii: m ri.ii ou and afier the an-t sit January i ilsj I I Out l } Mt."ia. iiai...iit :>. 01 n.r..I, ".i"a Get,.
Range 5. S i E, antI i>-f the b W J, SuriSG Rocfiiicr.Ornamental t J V.
; I 1 '. fol'owt' M.KiiiHiiit Cs. Tlomasrire *"
ed. '
. > will the of the > as : .
They negotiate m principal mnhtl 1 5 S E.
; Tuwn-hip Hi'i" and Tin C. factm AI--J
I and mcrchandue >t II,
ail vnJrt of 1t'o4.wares per : It-68.
-Vinn| United States, the sale of Bunda i iseued by the State JOHN II. RIIODF Com. On the I'm. 4' Geo. Railroad : Pa'tert 33-ly -
Zinc Ix
who! ,
Itmtiant tr..Jtn. Ciintiutice Pipe
(other bufit linn t.. aft(.t rtl-c t'.rtt day) of Af-rliiext.a I -by. or the sc\cral Railroad towns Corpmiu-J.y, and other t."aecuri-counties January. :!. 159. 6-tJs i Leave Tallahassee daily at..4 P. M. oi every varuty: done ut : A.VARIETY'CASH. G 1L 'S-- -- -

tax of tuntv-live ties and orders Notice.
investment iicl
a1ue of their .t<*V ill trade. t.. "be tftimated end AS 'il rtrr'e : Lei-e Walker's Mill daily! "at. . .SAM 1. ]1 i City I STORE
in will attend to the I ,
aeit5ttl forthwith upoii tlitir eiHunienciii!! liusint**. sale cfIUAL. :me They purcha SIX feels after date, the undersigned will apply I Arr'ue at Tallahassee by.t' A. M.Coniccthg Are re"pcttfuly! rnitetl: IS in n-evipi of a Urgejrnl e\ttiiMte:

5_Vprai nil IKH. 4.Itold! lurM:ur..iiicUiilnii guM and or I: thc-tide of Probate, of Leon county fur l ..tters at Walker's Mill with: Port Ce>nch *s via ,, chasing i-loewlere.: assortment ef
ulvcr I'late lUll instruments. aid up' n all LSTATI: ix THIS CITY, of nclmuitetr.itic.n ou the Estate of J. I. L Green Mctiticello to Albany evt ry evening cf the week rx f:-r N B All artic'e! : RI Gotitsi HAlt:) Was,

f ) cuts hundred decoded Lite of.\i,1 I county. ELCY GlEEN. best! und \'. ; 1:1: :.\ >iUiit Ct.<>niiN 6. HUL;'W W.UE.
writ*. a tax u ( tlli'\'c on cttry or in any town rr coantv in the MulUr, Eili-n or eeptiur Sun-In: end twice i a wet* coiiMectin.viih

.,: dollar m ,alu thtreif. .SoKrr.fixrirta nf / Ivi'tJ
4l'jioa alliiiipii'fd or unimproved town lota ,property for sale ,'i do "..1 to furnish them plats, JackomilIe.I I O;lo'ocr'- ', 153. : Ikxrr-j sat SIKIFS, CrriFRr

lax cf lhi'1).Si\'e ce-uU on every hundred dollars with accurate .'i'"C quality! location im R. A. Shine, Jr., I On (tile TallalitiMr Railrottl : G-E.O CEB.IES'

*,iJuctWre.ft protemcnts. piicv. Jt, with tie! name (,(son.e now receiving and ttill eontaiitlyket-p ai )hind ,
*_Up"i all Uvt* wne.I or employ! eti ill the eity.t person wh will "lmw (the propcrt) on application. IS and sell cheap for cash, a l.u'gc stock of GROCERIES Leave Tall.dn.sce' daily (except Sunday) HI1.Ul lI.1. I IVlLS, I \LL-\ I P"IITIt 4 Crvl.a.

<. 00 oti4 by the on ner wr owner ibwot) tax We 'i to the settlementfclaiinii against such as at" .. .. .. .. .. . .10 *.. M IB..ISF.:1 PURE SCOTCH Wm.KJ.Y.:
( I' aten.
.f tidily live eeutll on rvrry lianJied, dollar wluethireof. the reJ(' or Governments for. services or UHCIMI I Mecs Poik, I Mess Beet : Aniye lit St. Mikshy. . .. ...II.25 A. M |t A few hundred ln!liels C-mdi OATS, 15 raekngei

t-ub-litute during the recent. Indian War. Flour, |I Lard, |I Hums, I Leave -L Maik. daily (except Sunday) : DAMASKS ; | Be*ts IInl Shoes-s..lJ 1 low !b the .

6-L;n.m all 1 l HH.n' eu n:>gf,an I upon all Wv In a>].liti"n to their} Commission Department, the (Plain aud Sugar Cured.) at. . . . ". .. 2.1S P.M. : ;OSI'IERS of Noienilx-r IS 1*53. 4,' Packo1ge.i

awl maltk$ .J,* '!' l1"' tlfJ. a tax "f tlunJ C'e CMlt i cndor*;gned have puichased the entire Syrup. I Yankee Bians I Sugar of all kinds, I C.ff
.HI every Ijmiilrtil dollars aloe thereof. And nil other articles usually needed by faiuliesan1 Connecting with :' *t Coach to New Port on nriival 'I see that the articles tiny AGE'NO-Y.
; \"mil all .\'IC'I'm Sale' a tax of one-half pert STOCK (f GOIS ( ( 11fsrs ELLIS f the : the bill name of the firm. : --- .

.-t>*. cp"0 the erw. nnt"i.otf fal..*. to which they "i make l hrsc additions at an early A lot of lush Potatoes and Onions for planting Train; and with the hue of Mail Steamers between \ KKHAUDsOX, I Bank of Columbus Ga.
?-t'pui all K.nks or Bank Ac ifii*-*. bujinc or day 'I hey st keep *.*
"riling i-Xlbanse, tln.-n i>|>"ii any place beyond the I, and will assorted Stock of be sold )hose.Jaiiuiry I points on the Gulf arivin? at St. Marts,on their wav I cs a guarantee. of the I I,. .Allies: ('cMl.IJI.. II. \or>G. Pre.<,

ImiiUot tm* State, a isa"((.ne cut upOO"\cry hun- Goods Boots & Shoes 22. 1859 4 to West the 18th and lit Cndofeneli Ginsl.I I
Dry Clothing, Ky on or I ('ash
liundieJdlUr I I l.ts. . ____ I This caution is ,!( ( Capital' $100,000 00.
tIred dollars ill lotlllt *u loiylt niJ every Harness Groceries Li. month and arriving at St. :Marks on tl.t'irYoy to
l J, for and daring the ear lit xlpreceJmZ FullfJ all ( A Card I large quantities of I ----a -
lu a .% Hmt*o w> j New Origins on tilt 15th and 29th of each month. I
the ditc at xxhich the tsiuta of FueL tjuor exc-itfd| <) Provisions, I'l.inta- \Shene\erthcsediiyseome ou undiy the Traits prepared season. after 1 PIIE 'd.>ve A-eney tiill jit .HL tune be mpf.'foj

tax haS! Le in&' YoiF at C'l.trt'lt sate f ;;

y-Uj" n all Asrci ei.* .-f [iwurance ( .ni.ltnuieF.a and other ltiildin! <* Mate- E. L. T. HLAKE.Rrgistrr HOrSTOUX, I )less of the ijary thus ( Al t.,. on Ckl.iinbu and A I'-iIU di conu--
the ninomit f Ucowwi'f'KHi consumer and the tel I at cur-ctrf rates. Gold Coin tjr LUrtxe .
Ct111. a.
ttxof IWO ir ujifHi grote li.iN I tlFnilfll Stales Land
ron.lanhuL 1'rtitl.
trilurt,1 Ojflcr, Sup'f.Jllnulry .
recu\r l fur and during the year nut 4' will not readily abandon (lip Uir ) over the, Store "f T Ifc F.tta".
1.reeediiu! the date of a!- -riunt I: and ('iiion! Castings, and :grc.itaiiit TtLLA1ICSSFF, JI..\., 1 1. 1859. 1 | while lureha"'fI can l lie E q- >I. 1' .;I.LI"g..u'.

nil \\Lite SlaJeiiiliabiUvrto! U-twcrnthe \' > of tidier article-: his services to act AGE for SCHEDULE OF TRAINS worthless' character. TallalnxtcH'.Dee. 4 I$.'..'. 40
lii-l'l; Hi (; as >T persons
.Zf* "f t arotyt5ic wul ..ixtTcara. 1'011 tax atone ,. All of which they will sell at \lioletule or Retail OFFERS to enter land in the Slate Laud Office, J. BULLOCKE: A I ___ _.

.s.-.nar. I.o C_\SH. C"unJry l'r.sluce. or good commercial a<-- I and will attend to any bu-mess, in any of the State OX TilE : i "HOGUE & AMAKER7ATTOKXKYS

I|_.t(nti all Fr Col-red Male..UtTreen U>. ep'aiiees, at pints I"at will omiptre farvorab'y! Offices at the Capitol. Charges reasonable and in FLORIDA RAIL ROAD. : Srpt 18, 1838.
hself ten d jtlji wilL thi"-ee of ; in Ue South. We invite ; & ( :
- a.f.St! ,..v ..<>i>u.i tit. 'can.a any merchant proportion to the time and labor bestow ed. I COUNSELLORSHAVE )
Cul.itod .1:1:11. t&twci the : and purcha .rs to examine our stock. P. B. D 1- I
l-( all I-"rrc &1 CIr Maps of Townships WEST or SLWANNEE RIVFE, II
aS cot tra5-tssu. 1\IoJ tiotC'tr.- l>-. tax "f five dltars J \ 'IIS: IJKOOMK; ( I funn'shcd at from two to five dollars each in advance. R i I .A.T TjLW.

ll. \V. THOMI'S. I Januitv 22, 1859, ._ 4 lJVERY: .A.N'D' .1 I : f..rm'l.1 ic.paitmi-l I.:'. :ii i il).e rr..tfi"e of
'FEnXA-N t
:4Iat, loul.lid el.IAb'tl h .1. ---- LEAVES eA DAILY :111.1 I will nil .
1 -C'rou eVtc% Febniat)' l. Ifs.1 8-Iv TALI.AIIA it : .11 |'M'ir-' i< ial busi
.itbn tM e rpi ra' Inta"t f this city, a bx (If (our _._ I A. J. PEELER'S nei s rnfrj"ted t. t'n! ir i.ire.
dibr' I and Overflowed ( ) i=:'f .1 'l LIE I D. P.HOC-ir 1 .. ..\. 1TRP.\: AMAKEIL
SEC 2. lie it f.rlJrr oni'itnJ.; Tint lice FLaIl I e Swamp I LAW & COLLECTION OFFICE, ON arrival of Steamers from Charleston and 9ti ;- .,-.. 1 form : May I 1. liR"! "3 -

levied ud colWt
l-l'I" all :"11... .( "Iiritoua j or vnj m t Ixjnorsantrtw LAKDS. I 1A7ILL, Practice m the Circuit Courtof Oadsden. Trader's Hill mid Crntrevillc, Oa ; at Baldwin ith j ar'c; Buck. btiibh, at M r e>a<'A L. A o TI( i:.

in !<*. Uiaii.'te qlsdrt a tax of voebuudrt'ddtilliiTL T T Leon. \chullft, Jefferson and Madi*>n, and I Stare for Tallahassee ; a* Tail Bridge with Stage i prepared to ((
"I ) ESOL\ED. That :,(.m and after this) date the and with fer
for Middleburg; at Starke Stapes He also has attached '
attend to the collection of notes aDd i I
t :!_ '.- .!:1 UUUarJ aUca and flu-a lint Alleys, l\ |-ricc. of.tie Swamp and! Oieiflowed I lands be I counts in prompt any of said Counties. uc ninsrille, Oaiiisvill, Micanopy, Flcciington ew'l sinith bhop. where lie ,' fir. Wm. J. Carroll,
t tl l. ,'eircnt Fund oul iJe .
"l I'm; ,MV\.. t-Ltika1ly]I *. calW, used lonpi t Iinpru, t3f Office in the Capitol opposite the door of the Ooala. t PI.IIIPhlit.nork.. Horse .)
L e.- en 1 (; ) '
tvrtb4ars&nb.! r>t the J Kailicad! l.m.tdull; le ONE DOLLAR per Attorney" Oetural office LEAVE Starke e'aily.(Sundays cxepte l ) on arrival tin* beat manner I 7A'hN I'Pllllrtn"I -t tll..1 lnear J..luire BaJ'
t.x of tweutj !. m.1 I the li within the Railroad very 1 L I...\'s. t "Iert his rut-'<>.nil Mrvios t. llieiti7 .
etc <'- ; price< ""i.lllnll oi Stages, and connecting at F..rnun.lina'itl*. I |'
3 I hay or cait, used for Lire a tax Fcb 27,1858. 0-1 f patth.November
jwo fverj. limits fl.1 t TWO DOLLARS acre cash -.--- -. Steamers for Savannah and Charleston, oa Monday, { 1S53. I i is .if the fnrr..vndiu: coil'jtrc'ftes; at Lf*
of c-igU dulars.4Upli! rcM .n ( to into effect till the first day and Fi rui.IC'IIt.- in fuiit .f heWitt a 'd.jit! re.
pi 3FL. au: Tucsdav, Wednesday id.iy.
two or for or .J Lore wnymn TIi cD'INNCopyist : I
ettsy inxt, toil notIce to bet dice A. H. COLU Nve.iltr 1' 'JT. -AS. 4-.s-n-n:
Cf Sup't.May i
tire, tax of ten dollars tudt tlrf pub I Carriages
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',' by thera! sman. and Accountant J. 1858. 18 j
5_Ujxw vwy luck: or public cairLia: used l fur I I EDWIN A. HART,"l.'dollars f xivpt Lads atul carriages ., The, above is a true copy of a r'j.luliot adoptedby -- -- i! For Sale by
lnn tax
.a ptaLtlee.6.Epou the l Hoard oi 1'rust.e of the Internal Improve jnient (OFFK J/rs smncEf TO THE PUBLIC. .iI-DIC.AN0'I'ICi. I .A.'t' n1 i.aztw.
ta livery j
befcwijrios I'ubl.e Fund of the Slate of Flouda the 7th ut-bru-I .-. 0---- I
on (
Stable tax of OFUCE AT THE C\PfTOL. I "rrlIF.
dollar evcrv" public Livery a fifty 'I arj1S5J.. JL D. PAPY, Sec y. I October CO. 1858. 44AUCTION Dr. J. H M, Gardner, 4-.3 S-_ Tallahassee, Florida..

i cvtr\' I lawirr and) Fedl ir vending goods. I -BLgcics. i I "\ \ ,* H.I. practite in IW tVcuii ,'n rts (of Le Mi.I-
7-I'pon In if the rfcolution) I FAVING located at "LLOYD." offers l.i11'&o. (..r*,1e on the most .: .
ware .t.l inmhaudize. except for theiuidinjcfcliaitd purMniice f..r.guinl hereygwe I I- IT iil< l 1'triei. and r>:p MIJ rt';ne Court..( this
ant! atlas..a tax ..f "ne l.un.lre l d. liars. the notice f111n cOn particular attention L >ESICINXI SEKMCES to the Citizens of the place November 18 ISM. Slnt(. 1..1 1 tIC: Di-tnct t'.urt ..f tW* tdtrdtetesst:

9_Upon a'.l v tidtr! o f l.fttery Ti .ket>, a tax of lathe fact iL-'t -:i.J icsulution embraces only the o tIle 1st MONDAY ill )M-irch 1859 will be sold and the surrounding country I Liverv and TallihasM-e, v' Oih'-. v\< r tl:', bjore of Mcwe.
stid Otriilijired l nJs obtained the ON Oct 9, 1S58 41PLANTERS' I
S under .
"auii G. A J.11.!., .
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1 a* .J. re: .I. all Litis f f lilUard t4blo orUwln Act 1S50 not Internal Improvement lamUoljtaired I Sam a c(od blackeim h. dc. ; Ellen a likely girl; 9'IIE lIuJ Jan, "(i, 1"I

; I' toll|I.i" al1..\..,all keepers| ..f\rrj dia) .-r uu.l..r the Act of .811-the latter are tubject Uabiiil a likely \. Terms :li.R.H HOTEL ct-si.v x'-et& L liCe, i -

eart or tWo or |."lr IH.. wa f oii, orlncL. t-r puU tt> ak bj, itistl'liu-nts as IIrlc..r(. BERRY Auct i5F-@ii chased the E. C. Cabell

.. b.c tArs as afr"said-ull keepers ..( D. S. \ Salesman. January 29, IS;'.'. 5 \\ilhiin 11. Nc : HiPi in' r-

rturup-|IV TV *:.1.1.> *, Ira*.UTS Mt-i 1.elltra .venders t.f F.Uimy I!. 185'J. JjI Tallahassee Fla. ifJ. : good will of th, l'1\Ii\ I .L..ttEL'1:1cl:7 n1.. :xjiv-t-: ,

lottery tit k.t'. Joll utfler prtialty! rf !!..ulle the tax Tlc fjl ",inj; pep-rs "i give tie .Llt DENTISTRY.I I ; pnpir.d t tearr.. (.n the 1 I I,1'I.: : .\.
fcur insertunis and <-tnd th< ir \- :\ to the .
iur.A-o< f.&ilu''. iNfe th -ir *e"erl arocatiuiiallnij *, > : r SUBSCRIBER would pertfuh! n.fir-n 1 :tii.l 1 promises the prbiic .
<- i* tu"n,-s as af.rc!ai I, niy l loe jnira-d, j towit : The ldI5e.Ja Gazette. Milton 1lix; ilamnna 1'111 frit'II.J and the public !<,i.illy, that (the I III Ii.: lire on I Jan' S, I-.r'I. .

and uj". the> pa\ii. i>t .f the tair letied as afure J ; Tallahassee ; Independent above 'el1.L.nown HOTEL \\nlbe opened on the : '
raid..4>laui ll" IIC.> .1., faun the lutendant tat Press; Tampa and IViiinsular! ; IL.rae Campnmoi ; and second day of August next. He mutts the at'cu i Sep. C, 183C I FIRE IliSUR.llNCE.-
Republican Standard at Jacksonville.

t-liall o"t l>e I.MKfr| a.h.rttr r' bid than one jear. Facilities for their Accommodation. I NEW 0
.-On all i4x "'. other than Circuses e 1uC'"tri allexhiUtHm. For Sale, I HIRTFORD) MRF: 1\ mnE fflJlr.ur:
It belog >n the immediate vicinity of the mot desiiable r ..
and all [ JIE undcrtiznea be
a tax of lie: dolai! on urersesr DESIRABLE of residence near i
_V j biirfncsi portion of the city, presents JL Pllti.M.n.SLAM CJ: VOMPAXY
tax of ten doll.ti shall be zens Tallahassee ,
iti convenient
<- "t a 4 Taillahsee. to the Sena JiMiQiinruo. I
l r,Hd AI"f oIl..1.. f..r a"h exhiljituui A license to within <'lew of the C"pit.l; alJ'llo.lf!t'll'Bl.' DR. T. J. CUR LEE SUPERIOR lxi)rrciiss' opened a carriage shop in OF !iALTIoIDe.N.: .

authorize .!.KI n.1A1 Ili nt I loe obtained fioia tie !nh1l..IoI.I mile south, tm the road to Bel.Air. The buililing -%A7OULD return his grateful aclno\vht!<;emenUf to the lra>'cler uf bir"incs* or pleasure and is unpur.1 Brokan's I \ggrrrttr. Capital, $1 0.000,000 00.

.-..llOh..i'I..1 l Iv ihe Treasurer, aI"y coiit-Ut in a comfortable .lwellitg omtai-iinjf :snug I i to the citizens of Southern GeOrgiii, and Mid pissed in all its appointments for the M. P :
I ELLIS <-ur.j .
.f donUe the tax Lit-i tin a"!-'!ms. twit of 11"0 vnh a kitchen die Hnd-East for the wry liberal patronage in the building formerly I! TaIJal.IIN.'f' Ajr
n1 DC'
fire-places. .
all ititiemiit ti stilt i*"I 1.1, all t.r.
ware or *iwic-Litsjiz. l lr Pate in hit cit\'. there shall in tl lit' yard, willi pump Ac The premises com i will cmiinne the prictiee (.f I He above profcs GOOD LI VLVG.Oz hue at the ehoiteet lo ( -

I.. le"foola..d c.uWt! a tax of i' Iiutslrc.1! d-llar .. |liij_e *.tn. 11 I acres: of ground unle lena three I sum in ih,>-<' i.. ..ti i,n' .f c.untn.. ii'i.I has made such ( HIS TERMS are MODERATE. I I .oTI, :.

and a lxtie sit to. ell till\ firft I* oblaiicd fr..tu acre of f this WiXbil laixl atlc-rding abundance of fuel I arraiii! .Min'iit!' with niani/i' tunr of n..ntalInllri.- .lJ I ._ .I 0-----

the lutetKlant a" llf.orf'tJ oj. uiri.-r a penatm! case Some furniture t'an be had \ith the race-lntt'ly) ala Ntirlh. its t ii eujb': him tu put up n i.L setts of C. HOWARD 1'ISIIEK. : such as carriage painting .1. Dr. T. Willis.HA

..f Cttluo- an tA ,1..1 J a double 1ix t. I* impmeil.S residence! tf J.. W, Dul\.is The best cf titles will I teeth, in any of the popular n.odrs, at from fftu to July. :31, 1S5R. ttfCoPartnership; _. I busies and wagons and j Hayward .
'. S. />'. :t fxftJirr t r
-idrtit DayM-inH jMiJ. U'f' Dentigt _. them to be as DURABLE:, BeauTiFuL and North. I .
tLw ciy.: and *veimm r -- guarantees done at the i. tine read offeis his P ufe -w nlrouti'hiig "etaires to tLe 'urYonge -
this CoT
f'nlk'lllU the have
: pur.,& I.ia prc>f< .i>i .i* cit\. hall' In" a tax of t itt illars. and obtain a ForSale. Thoee in need of his service, cin. by drop[>mir a Partnership, under the name, style and firm uf wish ft drbe !n a manner ; i4. IJ'S' .

1 Iicctiit-'(4 the 1r.\., nit ; .n I vIIC", dlure or re- ( 'V HANDSOME I KOCKA_ WAY that has Len inZT I note to him at either Mont cello or Madieon, }Fla. PRATORIUS & CLARKE sati-faction, wet 11 do! ;.

fu-ul 1 m> t ii d.,iJitll pay d.,ulJ the tax aLive a'.e-ed. V. use, but is as good as ew.. I 1IltIle work done, and time to test it before pay for the trantion of the Clothing and JferfJtant7atlortny II & McClellan

SEC 4. Iff fttllirr vrJ-HMol. lluit all Ordinances -ALSO.- I tug for itr bu.iHI'.a, and would respectfully solicit a I July 10. S5S. .

'I. Ordinance c>iiflictm, with the trumtcutam TIle best' rf'erences! given desired. continuation of the patronage for the new firm received .A.1.torn.cys: n"t La"'t7V'
!r.arlll..f ; ->f th, Ordinance. toe and the came me I A .t'nltlatl.. large DRAFT HORSE suitable fora December, 1653 5! by the members of it in former times. I I ,
approved purr..lfer. the price an OlttTS Olr
t berel.- .'qwuded.l'assed -- -- --- -- I WEST FLOLIOA.OlH
will made
term toP
I the C..i:mil cud aii] >ruve.l this fifteenth thy ( L rnmodatmp. IX BLOKAW.February Apply 1859.GOODS AA B CLARKE. -;. PIIC ': .\T IINs\; 'l. \ .\ 'ii 'I tRZ.NX.t.
; October 14, ((23)) 1853. 43 Jl. tice I
of lltDr. l.t'I. HI. IBS' 3 [Stntcopy ;; / C. C YONI';E. Pen .1. F. Si. M.CI1.UAX ManannaJatiii
I). 1'. HOOrfX lutendiut m.ACK:
AT COST 'ay S, lbi>\'. l
i AttfCI.LEI lIiT for Sale !
!fi. I851 I. 4t- I Dwelling -- have done all kinds of '

.1fSiLlJ( ) ( \ (-l.. -- rT" II E well JIm n rciiil.teof the T T A/"E T for are C now offeiing its our entire STOCK at of COST the, Clothe, Cassimcrs Veslings, Clothing, and -.\ I Ellis, Orlopp & Co.,
JL *"n or eq'inelint consisting
j eubfCiiUr. II. "0 fat Gen's' and Goo: _.
1 usual I of Yuuths'furnishing *, ir IIO..E ; WltOJ.l\L: : IJf\LIIC" IX
street is n"\v ofered for sale-Urms Ic- ;: : I
Drv flood. Hardware, Of EVERY DESCUII'TION. ((() and will u'c
) in tie practice of Medici I t( The 11"U1 cot.t.nns 5 room i t jili I ( I HARDWARE, FL\E: LITLERY.GI'Mi .
bilk (loo.!*, 'J nwllrC'. \3 <7 done with di !
lwreMf.'roA ,' tiii5UtwceiiDiTdij nOUEHT.OX a large ba'cirtent .liin-rie-'n. and n one of tie -- -4ws- -
I G..! Woo l\\'are and I PISTOLS, t1''.
Fancy '* Crockery 4r.
SUBSCRIBERS nceivin at the
BOND, il tLiVi .h n.utual citisent.- corafottable\ d\eli:1: a the tie iiC'tiitF I.he. ,< firm \rill be settled A planttr nwivinj ti the city for the education I Boots and* and Caps, STAND formerly occupied by Join PlaI I January I. 1S53. No. 217 l'enrl-Street. New York.
b>' sittt 1"'Hf't r. W)1 IIOT: KRTSOX, ehildien,\vil fifj"l it 1 elf"irI.II retidrnte. Cltthing.ind Hollow ware.BUTLEIl d. DENIIAM.Janmy : TOKIIS, a large aud well select stock of i ROBERT EL 1.1:1.. .

S. lOD. Ii.: II. P.ERIIT.; \ ent. MAX ,\. 0)(1.01'.Ie..

J null h;. lFt', .-t1. TERM: ?-Pnee ?35C* ell!11,1;e!-l. the balance 8. 1" 59. 2-tf __ __ _- _____ FAIUMRCLOTI1GFOK undersigned has, THOJ1S I I'. ELLIS.

; 2 and :years credit, 8 cent interest, with mortgasc I Til" Jimiwy 2J: I"i5tf. 4
Negroes for sale at Auction. J cu |l't'PrtY.k'ttruary| Seed, Seed, Seed MENS' AND YOUTHS', the same town bu.lding: antI has,ith t CG-I. ._._

l.1S59.. 7 c-r::
'HIST MO*'DA-Y L\ .1IAUCI. : FOR FALL PLANTING. together with a full ortment of Shirt", Collar I riare Shop, opposite Ole

H.XHT. eA ihf Ct>ttrt nf IA-OII viol Mate ) UTABAGA, Green Glazed Drumhead Cravats, Tie Gln\es. Cotton and Merino 4 Hose, of Black smi'I Ullg will OK Til KFarmers' ,

,11"IFLn Sarah, 1< j t'srs.. J. I II IJ CirrI/i nf FIvriJii, Slidillc Circuit.(J. Flat 1 V Dutch Red Top Turnip( Turnip, I Cabbage, Ac. bilk, Gotten and Merino Undershirt) Drav-er, 4*. I who despatch.have pafronued lIe can refer him & Exchange Bank

girl Klnu and Child. 1't yetrs.R L'O---- i
D. Tuiwr. hid of his k.
Ii. BERRY. AnctV.IVL JOltlll by next Just received and for sale hvAMEs WOI OF
fnend JLua Ts.\1 br, I A fine assortment of blaek end colored l Cloth, CUE- January 3, It:58. tlHRLESTON.
19. ISJtt. I : 1 Clianccry.Ti JL LIVELY. einurs an
tt. and James C. 'i4urnerDvftndiiile. j 185811A style and at the shortest notice. Terms reason I FOR SALE.A. .
Dealers in
: able. A liberal disconnt for c.ifh.PRATORIUS.

!} t satisfactory evidence that James C. Tur lOST UESIUIKLE ASSORTMfc-\T OK received from :
name !!
Tullahasgee. DeC 15S.
rF1I| UPON Tilt undersigned would respectfully request his J JUST 49
and Me of ll..\ A CO. ii this one of the Defendants in the above stated a general ---- -
CAIWY. d forme customers t. forward at i -- -'
HIT d* -,eJ l lv. con;tnf. I suit, resides IHM'ond the limits of the State of Florida as early a day such as Oils of almost I
: as possible and settle their old accounts. James D.
JOSEPH CARDY, but within the limits of the State of Georgia ; it is I Warranted Growth of 1858 up JOHN PRATORIUS. White Lead Zinc and Galbraith,

adjudged ordered and raid James C. !, best quality. Putty Dru Lrid.: S-u.r'V'
WILIAMIAY\ October 23, 1858 43 eyor ;
I 1 nrner plead answer d'lur to the Bill of Com i ihESE SEED are procured from a cold climate Gelatins,London Mustard ( ) "' '
J0JS I ---- -- -- AND PLATS 0:
--- ----
JL soil will flourish the better FAIiMS dc, executed
Jxnuaryl851. 6 : plaint fileJ m tint cause by the first Monday in June consequently in a ES' GOODS-:XKW: GOODS. for medicinal purpoees( MAI'S neatue
I next el>c this Bi wi be'taken j>ro ewVM*. Pro j warmer one like oun Inks,Quinine, PtriiTiau
Csf:; Call eajy or send orders, that PpjKwite CwtUho-lrt, fn building eccp-
NOTICE.PIStIL pablishod m some newspaper I your you may ti WEBER &
DANNHEI2IER pied bvjny\ & CalbrathSept ; .
City! of Tallahcfse-e for the space of threemouths get the varieties dired. AMES Jt LIVELYJanuary Medicines. We keep I
: 1..ill-'tfle late firm ( CARD\'. U.\L\ .xt b fOre enid. first Monday June. 8, 1859. 2 to merit 11. 1858 37-1,
n" < in I MERCHANT TAILORS hope your __ __ _
1 : -- - -
J t CO Will CoiitniUfd bvJOSITII n
I Done all ,.rJ.'re.llt Chambers tin 8'st January -- ---- I


I A hut cops -.\ttost : C. A. BRYAN, Cl'k. r-.1CADE CLOTHIXGGENTLEMENS' : -
nb ftill settle all note and AI'1,1 of the late firm. CONPANY MELAINOTYPES
JOSEPH: C.IWY. lei.ruirv b. 1:;:'. 6SmWankeenah I !; AND I Just ,
JOHN ----- lIAR TFORD.Ineorporattd I FURNISHING G900S I brig SAMPSON

T.U.lhf. Jan :tt, I t 9. 6-3m Academy, TALLAHASSEE FLA., PER : \ Rooms aver- Barnard's---Drvg- Store.

: \ i JEFFERSON COUNTY, FLORIDA.pHETRlSTEESofWAUKEENAH I in h9.-Charter PerpetHal.I I Fresh Bucltvlieat. TilF. Rooms have been thoroughly refitted anti

'JDJ \- .O"ICr. ACADE TIlE SUBSCRIBERS are now receiving I Oo hcn Butttr I .rniv in ejc-ellfn condition for the purnosa

J. 1;. 'l'.YIAJl.J.( S. no D. I MY have secured the services, of Mr. SAIII ELPA CASH CAPITAL, Store next to R. II. FALL' IItJi\ I No. I Mnckerel in kits, *signed. The Public are incited to call.Oct. .
.. : I ,-$1,000,000. Room a tlrselected Stock of A W I 31, 1857 44
English Diary
-<.. A. H.a Graduate of Harvard College, and
Drs. Taylor & Bond, an ex|>ori lcd Teacher as principal for the present :I INsfuK AOIXt LOSS AND DAMAGE BT FIUE Citron and Cbt'C'et"j -:0--: -
WEAR Plants' Extra
W. L.
s.etieiaed the of Medicine. I :p'r. and wish to call the attention of Parents ONTKKM8 ADAJTFIITO TIlE |HAZARD Bond &
in .
UAYE practice Of and Guardians to the high educational advantages I AM CONSISTENT WITH TIlE LAWS consisting in part of French and English Clots, Costmeres I -
at the OLD bT4M of Dr OK COMF1SATlON.II. : November 6, 185S. in Store, Oeuaburg, Kerjey, ClankeU
TaJI. will be afforded by this Institution for the instruction end \ estiogs of the latest style and best quality HAVE
'lallaLaa.c, .'tIruuyl. 859. ( ofouths of both sexes. C. LEWIS, Agent which they) are prepared to make up to order ina bheitiiujs and S Luting*.
Lloyd. Sept. 15, 59 .
On Hie Acailemie yeai will b divided into three For Taltahasse and vicinity. workman-li.ce and fashionable manner and OB RCAsoNA'ii : Peter

Consignmentvf terms as follows: August 15. 1857. S3 TEEMS. Also a good assortment of '

-\ DHLS Plants Extra" and "Super-rS V) '. First term from January 17 t April 15. READY.MADE CLOTHING 1 Rln Isabella House; '
)U mrfrfV front 25 Notice.SIX ; ,
I" 'Lmm. I Second term April July 29. consisting of Fine Black and Colored Clot Frock I SHEET AND :
Sides Third term from Sept.26 December 23. weeks after the date of this ALBANY.WM GEORGIA.'
1L. t notice, I will ap Coats Fancy Cassimer Business Coats, Black and '
SOOO Shoulder. A thorough tJamil2llo of the classes will b to the Hon. J. Wayles Baker Judge of the Colored Raglans and Over Coats, Black and Fancy I'I A PRIME I .
500 o Stag SLays lit Su sf Cured made nt the ( term. JfiiKCe Circuit of Florida for order sell I II I I --
.. e08 every an to the Doeskin and Cassimere Pants Figured Grenadine I extensively used above HOTEL inr Albany, the term
I ATERV preset
llama. KVTKI OK IXITRl.l'IO> : lands belonging ta the Estate of Allen G. Johnson, an,I finer Silk and Cassimere Vrsts. II I Wm. J<-'lii8 and I THE, of the Georgia and Florida Railroad i i.
10 U.1. OhircraVbitl.ey.. deceased, in Florida anti said sale to be had .
Georgia, A L S O The Shred with I .
-TI-UMIR CAMIR Primary Course . .. .? 6 50 per term.Academic I cr n for the reception otheTJAYELIXG
for distribution the heirs clash! deceased.
11" Course, (first year). 10 0 per tenn. among A 5 od assortment cf black and folnt'lliilk cravats Packages fur Fairly Lese i PUBLIC.
2G l8. 9 C"I.ler.ftL Academic Course (alter first). 13 per term. and tin, shirts merino, s.Lk: and cottou under shirts, I,I cipal Grocers and "- : *
0 Hamilton co, February 12. 1859. 7 6w '
---- -- -- -- -- --- Classical Cune. ..... 1ft per term. I collar* oci3: gloves, &. I IThesubscnbers 'I States. The House an.] }Furniture,. ne.. 'T1e I 'phe.
State Bank of Florida Each )IOlem Language t those in Acadmie CourseS Notice. are new beginners and not entirely I|, 11 or i is determined to make it a .

6 00 per termAcademj uuincwn to the community and they pledge I t --January 1, 1S59. I FIRST CLASS HOTEL, '

TALLAHASSEE.K Tax and Furl 25 to 50 cents per term. i weeks after the first publication of this notice. themsilves to give satisfaction to all who may favor i 1 ( .fc
SIX Iard- hopes 'lltrict attention to the --want of tit
; Board'ia private families from JS 00 t f 10 0 per I : undersigned will apply to the Judge of Probate them rub their patronage. I
to merit patronage of the PubTe.L. .
niou'h. of Leon for letters of administration J. WEllER I CUAIN-\ !
O )0 addition to the customary E lid branches. instructite the Estate of Mary M. Felkel.deceased, late of raid L. DANNHEIMER.Get JL Hinges, Locks 'I IbnnvGA, May 22. 1858. 5I-Proprietor

EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK AND will be given in Book kepin. the hLber I county. WADE 0. FELKEL. B; 1858. 42 ; for ale by _. _y _____

f NEW ORLEANS FOR MathematKs. and in l.tin. nuh and tpan- I Februa., 12, 1859. 16wNotice. =- Lloyd,Oct. 16. 1858. SYRUP & PORK
: S.ALEnl i should be. made '
Applications fo adnusnoo to ---- --- -- --
\ BAILEY, Presi lent the Principal or to A. EDWARDS NUce.QIX ;,
i !
W. JOIN Bargains j B
PETTES. Cashier.
It Se'y Br of Trustees.I months after Jate, the undersigned will pre-
February-- 19. 1869. 8 January 29. 1869. (..Ix months after date, the undersigned will pre- Li a.n: their final account and vouchers to the lIon. I HERE iii an : ,
: --- O sent his final account and vouchers to the Jude Judgi of Probate, of Leon county, and ask to te dis get it. full -AND- ;

G. Troup Maxwell, M. D. New of Probate of Leon county and apply for a final discharge mis d from the luctbcr administration of the Estateof thing-from a puck of O37 WOESt S'4XlTJ

OFFICI v : Hat I It from the administration the Estate of Martha Ixret Green deceased late of saul conetv.i I Calicoes by Ii..ce-tt j '. )
HlSIDlXCE CIT1'10TEL, I I7'lahas'N. 1 I A H.G E lot DOW RBJ i I'.TripI!U. deceased. late of Leon .. Fla. i JOHN DUGOAR. A'dmfr. neeeuary to favor us with} | pLESTT for sale good SYRUP and PORK BARBEL%
here. .
lo.J W. 1 BON'D I CO. j& (Signed) THOMAS H. TRIPLETT. : ELCYCuItEENAJmt'z.Jacuar i selves.) LT.d ALSO-eoars or fiM x.T'w..1

.inu\ 5! I Oct ie, I& s ts February I!. 18577.rn I : ., ?<> 1S59 J> (n January 8, JS 5i !: Not "0, ISi LADIK. 1wd r\t' tflrl. T1a.

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--- -- There will also be waybill*"* prfpared byma.ters -post- ,
I I 6523 From Ft-rt Taylor, by Cedar Tree, to Fert From 15/A June to 15/A October. j,I of the to ac- .-
The ; Insolvent Estate Notice. Arrive at Waeahootie by 12 m; I or other agents deportment
Floridian & JournalIs {!1 Leave. \Mallotif'1.1. and Saturday at 1 p m Dade, 2:-nilcs and back once a week. Leave: Bainbridge Tuesday, Thursday and :"turI I company the mail, apecifyng the onmbrr and des-

I published every SATURDAY, by STATE OF FLORIDA, )' I Arrive at Micanopy by p m. Lea /ort Taylor Saturday at 1 pm ; I day at 2pm ; tiuition of the several>:s. On the principal stage
JEITEKSOX: COUNTY. i ij } for an additional trip I per week nill be coi- -Arrive at Fort Dade by 8 p m ; Arrive at Apalachicola Wednesday and Friday by routes, likewise, rtctipt ".iII.. required and way
AMES s. JONTS & CIIAS. r. DYKE, ; W. DEWITlJmilistrtor of tie Estate j I Dds Leave Fort Dade Saturday at I I m ; 4pm, Monday by 11 am; I hIlt forwarded ; the Litter to be examined by the

At Two DOLLAR* annmn. i advance. I f JAMES: Wit. county ;i. iJllell rS1 From Orange Springs, by MorisD's Mill, Arrive at Fort TAylor by 12 ra. Leave Apalachicola Monday, Wednesday and Fri- j several postmaster, to inure regularity the delivery

f per deceased, bus fle1 in the Probate office of Jefferson to Micanopy 2{? miles and back twice a weik. 6539 From Augusta Picrceville, 10 mile and daa at 6 pm ; of mail bags.

-TERMS Or ADVERTISING. tlltJ. I" r.rction that he believes the Estate Leave. Orange Springs Alon. and Wed. at 9 h ami; I back, once a week Arrive at Baiiibridge next days by 7 p m. I 4. Xo pay will be made for (ri; s not performed

Charles W. HeWIt to b h olvcnt ; Therefore Arrive at Micanopy by & p m ; i Leave. August Thursday at 6am; I Bids to run by different !chtJuit! will be con- I and for each of such omiM uis not satisfactorily ex

toe quareof 12 Imei or !II'' first i insertion, $1 CO notio is Riven all person having claims l>ave Micanopy Tuesday and Thursday at 7 a in ; I',, Arrive at ,' by 9 a m ; ', f-idered. I' plained three times the paT: the trip may be de-

each sillifequent 50 against said Ertate. to appear and file the tame ith 1: Ani\c at Orange Springs by 3 p in. Leave I'iereevihleTbursdayat 10 a m ; I Bids are invited to embrace .'aceit between 'ducted. For arrivals so fj behind time as to break

Professional 1 aud Uuemess Cards inserted at 10 per the Judge of Probate of rnid count r n or before the Bit< to extend to Wacahooiie will be e.niI'rell! Ari'e ft Augusta by 1 pm.tS4O !: Bainbndge and Cbattahooehce. J connexion with depending mails end not sufficiently .

annnm.Advtrt'semeuts. 14111 day of Mav next, when there will be a prorate 6.M4 Fiom Orange Springs, by lola, Fleming- Fiom Homasassa: by Crystal River Black Proposals to c'mmene at Bellevue, omitting Bainbridge I V excused, one fourth of the compensation for the trip -'
not marked with the number of tnbuhon of the funds 1 to fcaid Estate .- I conoidered. [See note to route o.6C.J D. luetioo will also be
w forfeiture
longiug ton 31 miles and back once a xvvek.Ixave Dirt, and Wekeiva, to Long Pond, 7 mites! and baekPrre 'i1 i is subject to or
L insertions w ill be continued until forbid, and charged ame' the creditors -., tt time tie Mid | Orange Springe Monday at 8 a m; a week : | ] "! dered for a grade of performance inferior to that V

; Record-" ly.J James W. DeWitt will apply for his final' discharge Arrive. nt Flemington by 5pm ; / Leave lloinaa. Tuesday at Cam ; j' 6563 Fr m Long Cnf by Aspen Grove, to I specified in ihe contract. t' 'r repeated! drlinqucucesj
Certificates of publication of legal or'wtio.e estate i from the administration ,.f eaid i ii 22 miles and back, once week
Eetate. Leave Flemin Tuesday at 8 a m Pond \0 Spring, I I of the kind herein specified enlarged p pro-
_ ron ; I Arrive at Long day by 6 m
net p ;
be uotil the fee i i.Ili.J is '
'il.ut given advertising i THUS. J. CHASE Judge of Pr l.att. Art ive at Orange Springs by 5pm. leave Long Pond Sunday at GRi; j i Long Cane Monday at I a m ; i j portioned to the nature thereof! and the importanceof

_ _ _ November- 13-, 1S58.- -C-Gm -- ---- i i Bids for an additional trip per week will L con Arrive Homasassa next day by ft p m. 'j 1 I Arrive at Abe Spring by 12 m ; the mail may be ma Je. l
--- sidered. a Leave Abe Spring Monday at 1 p m ; 5. For leaving behind or throwing the mails! or "
Bill for Divorce.Ncpney Notice.: 6515 From Ocala, by Camp bard and llisats'53- 6541 From Cedar Key to New Orleans, (La.)-405 I i j Arrive at Long Cane by 8 p ra. any portion of them for the admission of passengers, '

WiIIiam Hamilton Circuit SIX: months after the first publication of this no- <' ea. to Bay I',rt, 76 miles and back, twice wtk.. mile and back, daily, in ateamers.LeaveCedarKeydailyat5am. |I 6564 Frcm Iai'naIy Bellevue, to Bainbridge i or for being concerned in setting np or running an '.',

re. t. Curt the nuderfiigned administratrix of the EsI I Leave Oeali Sunday and Wednesday at 5 i m ; ; V (Ga.,) 40 miles : bak, times a week. : express conveyim mtllije-iee: ) III advance of the mail '
r tate of Fletcher deceaed late of Ixoneounty Arrive at New Orleans next day by 9 a in ; i Leave Mas man Wed'icsday and Friday at iKvlucttd. .
Josiah William*. ) Fal Term, IS8.IT WI.itake Arrive r.t Hay Port next days by ll'a in ; Leave New Orleans daily at 2 Monday a quarters pay may be
precut 1-er: to the Judge of Leave and pm ; 7am ; Fine will be imposed niiltss the delinquency
the C. from 'i flaIIC"ult Bay Pott Monday Thursday at 2 p m; I 6. .
to Mil the of
appearing return Arrive at Cedar Key next day by C m.
) that Johiah Williamthe Def.udunf t.eShelif Probate, suid(nntv. an,I : ) b lli"rulrgld i ,Arrive at Ocalft next days by 6 pm. p (I Arrive at Bainbridge by G p m; : be promptly and satisfaofor explained by certiti- ;
6542 From to Key West 500 miles i '
Key -
SAILI I I \ITAKEP.Jrtx. Fnin Silver Spring to Ocala, miles and j Leave Bainbridge, Monday, Wednesday and Friday rates pcotmasfers orthepfluilaaitsefotlserem.dibbepersona. .
Dot found in the county (If Hamilton. Iti is Clt and bask, twice a fk, in stea-ners. |' I i V
therefore de.e1 that said Jodnh Williams, Sept 11.1858.,___ j-GI ._ ;. ice a week ; Bidders will a schedule of departures and at 11 p m ; for failing to arrive iu contract time; for .: '.
{ appear i Leave Spring Monday and V cd. &t 2 propose [; Arrive at Mariana nut days by 10 a m. i;I to take th mail' ( or deliver it into a
: at the Clcik's office, ((01 mule day.) first Monday inMarch In he C'irciiit Court i>/ Jrffcrscn Fla Sil1cr p m I arnvali. | neglecting! rum V
county! Arrive at Ocala by 4 m | Proposals are invited for three additional trip per I fir suffering it to be wet, injured, fieitrwyed. .
then and there said bill p ; pestfijee : .
next, to answer to embrace will be considered. I I654J
a in Jsn Windham, Administratrix )) Ocala and at 9 Proposals Tampa i week the 16th October to the 15th June, to aud for after demand .
ftn I lust refusing,
thereof the be taken LaTe Tuesday Tliur8tlay a m ; I, robbed. *'r :
.dau1 PIIwi pro confers" of Windham dcciased I From Alligator, by Shoaltowu, Oldtown, with steamboat service I
Benjamiu : connect at Bellevue
is further copy e-f this order 'e at Silver Spring by I a Ji.C517 New Boston, Sikesville, Clay: duly to convey the mail ** frequently the eosmtractor
McQueen Landing
4 published I in one
L ooce a week until eatd hist iu tlisSttf .: vs. }JBill for Relief. Springs, nut lorrSln'l Mill, k Bellamy Station, 6562 or stoamboaton a ronte.
I Monday Port 310 miles and back, twice montlu
A true & < Allen Windham, cud the other :miles In.1 Ltk. copy tu' Leave Alligator on the 12th and 2Gth of each
C i. WAYLES BAKER heirs and digit ibutee* of Benjamin Leave. Silver Spring Monday, Wednesday and : Douglassville, Knox Hill ifu-bceanna! Alaq'ia. East tract for repe-aleil failure to run agreeably to con
Jcdre. ; Windham motth at 6 a or on arrival of mail from Jacksonville
December ?3, 1 853. 62 i deceased.ALL Friday at 6 a O; 0 'i River and Milton 140 miles and back, I traet ; for violating the Pu' t Ortlce II&or disobeying

-- -. -- -- -. I persons interested in the Estate of Benjamin 'II Arri\e. Bellamy Station by 8 p ir ; Arrive; at Atsena.Otie on the 14Ui and 28(1) and three times a week. the m,trueti 'i of the'"drpnitment ; fur refusing
: CONSUMPTION lAX OLD INDIAN DOC deceased, late. of the county of Jcffeison. .. Leave Bellamy Station Tuesday, Thursday and I Bay Port :Jon the 18th and 2d ; a I Leave Mariana Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday i t<> dcluri7e! earri'r wiser required by the department .

I TOlt INCAS BRANT, whilesMiMionary nnd State of 'II.Ia are heiebv notified to Saturday nt- a m; Leas Bay Port on the 1 t-th and 2d of each month at I am.Arrve to do so ; fT rjimii: an fiprrM ns aforesaid ;

CURED. among the Indians of answer, plead lo, or demur to the bill of Clplint Arie Silver Spring by 6 p m. Arrive at Alligator the 25ih and 11th by 9 ; j jProposals I at Milton next Thursday, Saturday and 'I'IIonday or for tran"pt>rtiijj jiersotjs "r package conveying .
the Rocky Mountains, discovered iu the above stated case, on e>r Lf.'r the lnt Bids to commence at Ocal.i and run by Silver to extend to Clear Water Harbor pm. by 5 a m ; '' miilabte initUr out of the mail.

a KAKE 1> r'OTC" toke day m Aptil. A. D., Ifr53, or Lil \nl taken Spring. .Ac, will be considered. also for will considered. ant c I cSUIPIO: a certl| cure for Con-umption, a cu..sso. 518 Fn-m Charleston, (S. C..) by Fernandina, weekly lenc( b m : "j service on a route by alb>w iu: therefor a pro rata 1
j Bronchitis, Atttbma, Liver Com- 1'1'" This order be published for the pace I("Ia.) J3ck.>uie Mandarin, Magnolia Mill, Mid. 1 From Alligator, by Suwannee Shoals, to j Arrive at Marinnna next Tuesday, ami increase on the contract pay. lie may changesehedcles -

CU JiEIJ. plint Nervous Afiection.Cough of months next, before the said first Monday in I Ipril (ltburg. Ild Orange Mills, to filatka, :
h "e Having now made Iii.CXSUlrIOX 185?, in some newspaper publishi" at the back' once t week. Lave Alligator Friday at I a m ; 65C6 }' Im. by St. Andrew'sBay I' ticuhrly to make them coiforri to connexions withrailroi'ls

(' fortune an<' rttr from business, ( Tallii'taev. ; U'e Charleston Tuesday at 3 p m ; Ari'e at mounts Ferry by 6pm ; 75 miles and hack, once a without increase of pay provided the running I
be 'ill "<, tll prescription iiwl I I, IX-nc ami ordered at ,1'1.:18.: this 14th Deccni1 1 'e at day by 9 a m, and at J.a\.e ]mOUDt Ferry Saturday at 6 a m; Mariana Thursday at 6 a'e'J; time be not abrilged. lie may also order an
CURED direction fr preparing: the modi- : btr. 1858. J. AVAVLES 1.\KEr.Jule. i I Jacksonville by 12 m.; Ari'e nt Alligator by 6pm. Lan Arive at St Andrew's nAY day by f p m ; I increase of speed, allowing within tins restrictions of
tine free Iuire to all who de- A true copy from the Minutes i Leave Jcksol lIlt Wednesday at 12 m ; 6545 From Alligatoi, by Iluntsville. White Leave St. Andrew's Bay Tuesday at 6 :m; the I nv, 1\ pro ill
ip eire it, ala wi send lto his ageait J i JOHN WEST, Cleik. Arrirejit. I'ilalk next day by 6 a m; Springs, Jasper, Jennings, aud Bcllville, to iladi.-ton, Arrive at Maii.ina next day by 8 stock or earners, if:1011c contractor may, however ,
CONSUMPTIONCURED. enclosing ttamps ((6 cent,) to Dcee mber 2S.. 1 S:S. 52SimmNotice. I Leave }'lath Thursdiy at 8 a m ; 70 miles and back, once a week. Bids to commence at Orange Hill pIn,omitting Mnri- In the Cf <>f mcrca.e of speed. rehrqni.-! the :{

pay the r.tur Itltcr, with a doscrption ; ------- Arrive at Jacksonville neat day by 3 a m ; Leave Alligator Wednesday at 7 a m; anna will be considered. Proposals for *emi-weekly contract by giving prompt notice to the department "

I : of their symptoms. The j I i iI Leave Jacksonville Friday at 4 a m ; Arrive at Madison next day by I pi; service are that he |Tcrtrs il"mso to carrying the order into I

Old Doctor Im* rum esi l more than IX Months after late, I shah present my final i Arrive nt I'ernandraa: by 7 a m, and at Charlestonnext Leave Madison Friday at 7 a m ; j inite.1 Crone!! 13 n/ilcs and frtHct. The IWtma-tcr G.-ucral nosy aLso! curtail or .
S 6567 From Mariana to
300 eaiif* ( "t'/.;"" alone, I I :((111 aud vouehcrs to the Hon. Judge of Pro-| day by 10 a m.C519 Arrive at Alligator next day by 5 p m discontinue the the service, in wh.!coi in part at pro V
_, CXSUn'IO:anj |iope, a,,, nilce pU'Ie] ?;j, l lttc! county, as administiator of the E- t From Magnolia Mills to CLesuwibkia, 10miles Bids for an additional trip per week will be considered. back Leave, once a week at 1 nuts dtcrea of |My, allowing one month's extra compensation -

CURED. avail vpsnmtuni- tateof ANN .\ Ylate *f said county.deceased, j i and back, once a week. pm; on the :1111"U"tliI.I| with whenever .
Arrive 5
h', al tIle 11Ito"i-he; to elm ail and a-k f>r I di
i- ti.c.j:wnl Ko A I c f.ire lie dies.- J AM ES F. CARTER, Adrnfr. I Arrive a Chesuwiska by 4 pi; Olustee, to New liiver, 43 wiles and back, once I Arrive at Maiiaua\ Tuesday by 12 m. ; or in case he deirf3 to supersede it by a different

CSStIPTIX!* all letter toDANIEL OsTtI(, 1S5S. 4J-6m | Leave OLesuwisk Saturday at 9 a m ; I I with grade of traii'-poit.ition. .
week Bids to extend to tri.werklyservice r
_ ADEE.CURED. i ----- Arrive Dlia Mils bv m. Alligator Friday at 6 a m ; Chatahuoclel '.t. Pavm ut* will be mad bv collections (mona or

Box ::;1 P. 0..New Y,>, I'' NoticeS I 6520 From Geoige's L"k to Magnolia Mills, 18 Arrive at New River next day by 12 m ; : wil be eOlliJIHJ I draft emi ]M..tnia,t4r<. or otli.-rvx i is.-, after the expiration

Who i is his sold ng 'nt 1 IX Montissafterdate, I shall present my final I miles and back, once .week Leave Xew River Saturday at 1 p O; : 656S From Mariana to Campbcllton, IS miles of earls cpiarter-say'iu February, May, August
January 1. H\59. -ly i and Lel'e George's Lake at 5 a m ; and back, twice a week.
account touchers to the Honorable Judge Arrive at Alligator next day by C p m. and! .
- of Probate of Jefferson county, as administratrix of Arrive at Magnolia Mills by 12 m ; 6547 From Xewnansvillc, by Sugar Grove, Piov- Leave Mariana Tuesday and Thursday)at 1pm ; TIle dutanees are given accordmi to the best : .

: Bill for Divorce. the Estate of Jcb'te Graxthani, late of raid 1 coim y, Leave Magnolia Mills Saturday at 1 p m ; idencc, and Ellis ville,to Alligator, 37 miles and back, Arrive at Campbell by 7 p m ; information ; but 110 iiiere;. csl l pay will I lie allowed

Adeline Gol.l.y 1 I hamilton Circuit : deceased, and ask for :discharge i from said admiuistrau I,, Arrive at George'i Lake by 8 p m. twice a week Leave Campbvlltou Tuesday and Thursday at 6 should they be greater than aihtrlined, if the points .'

I re. 5- Court i i. UhCLCCA GKAXTHAM, Admfx. I 65J1 From St. Augustine to Picolata, 18 mites Leave. Xewnansville Wednesday and Friday at 6 : am; to be 'ur )!.'il t.e correetly statrtL l>Uert, tuitttittfvntt T -

; A. C.K.I-by. ) Fall Term. 1S58.ITapjwaiinij Oct 30185.. 41-6na I and buck, four times a week. I a m ; Arrive a Mariana by 12 m. tlif, f>flrr on Ihi;*J"'"'. ansi also in reference

.WUn <. the CUt from the return of the I, _- i Leave St. Augustine Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday Are at Alligator by'5 p m ; I Bids for tri-weekly service will be considered to the we-ight of the mail; ilic mlith'n of< road Lids, I .

.1 thatV.. UooUby, the Defendant, istiot Notice. i I and Saturday at 8 a m ; Alligator Tuesday and Thursday at 6 a m ; 6569 Frrnn Campbellton to Geneva, (.\J.:1) stream, le:, ansi all t"lI.hli&eo, ferries, or ol...tructinui -

:to llcrif f'ltind in thr of Hamilton. It is : ALL indebted to the administrator of the :\I Arrive at' licl,1a by 1 p m; Arrive at Xewnansville by 5 p in ; !,I miles and back, once a week. of any kind by which eij"ine may be incurred. ,:

therefore (endrred that aid Wr.A,. (Jookby, appear : rnwls Godlx'ld. nre hereby requested to call I i Leave Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Bids:for weekly service will be considered. Leave Campbcllton Wednesdiy at 6 a in; No claim fur additional pay Ui eil oti such ground,

at the ClciV's (>friecoi 'i."r"l! : nor fur allui* d niNUkes or mu.apprehcngioii 1
March then cud tlwrf to auswir ta IK i i.1erdut A A. P. A 1 Arrive at St Augustine by 11 pm. River, 22 milt a vvw k. Leave Geneva at Tuesday 6 I in; a* to the I,- ree of service ; nor for .

nut hereof tb. Fame will he taken LI pro rrmfaaa i October "3. 185*, 13 IKER !I Bids to run by a different schedule will b consid Leave. Xcwnausville Saturday at 6 a m; Arrive at Campbellte by.6 p m. bridjea deitroyt, f"rri"4, ,1"tIllUt.r.! or other e>batruetions ':

It i is further ordered l that i>f this - I re. Arrive at New River by 12 in ; Bid for an additional trip per week will b C.n mereain distonce. ,ceurring during the
I copy I
.'rJlr.i>ublii-lied in one of the public G.neUe of I ADVERTISEMENT I From Orange Springs, Orange Leave Xew River Saturday at 1 p ra ; (ide.e contraet tertr. Orlioe ibli-hed after this ndvertxement .

( State
March. A true ci-pv .lc.J .- IXnTXG twice a week. 6549- From Xewnansville, by Tustenuggee,Santa ,, (Fla.,) to Austmvelle, 70 miles and back, i! are to be vi.ited ithoiit extra |-.iy, if the distance be
PROPOSALS for (lie MAILS Leave Pilatka Monday and Wednesday at I a m ; Fee McQueen Sikesville, Clay nod incrra.uc
WAYLES BAKER Judge. fOSrErSG II'' Ldiug Long once :'week.Leave tint
I Dceeml ::.188. t't'i OS EOITIS THE STATE OFFLORIDA -ArriventOcala by pm ; Pond, to Atsena-OUe, 111 miles once a Geneva Thursday at 6 I m ; 11. A bid received after tilt hst day and hour
i -- I Leave Ocala Tuesday and Thursday at 9 a m ; week. I Arrive at Autinville next day by 6 p m ; I nunetl. or without ihf unarnty required by law and -:

Notice.SIX j ( Arrive at Pilatka by 12 night Lave Xewnansville Wednesday at 7 am ; Leave Austtnville Saturday nt Cam; a certificate as the t.tliei.'iic of such guaranty, ean- :

mouth after date, I, as almilistra1. of I I sidered.Bids for an additional trip per week will b con Ari1e at Atsena-Otie next Saturday by 8 a m; Arrive at Geneva nest day by 6 p m. not be conxidered in competition with a regular I1f'O"I

.. ,.f Richard B. Cole ld C.toline te, i Pro1 July 1st, H jU, to June : oti", 1 (3.; Leave Atsena-Otie Saturday at I a m; 6571 From Milton, by Con Hill, Natll'nfif |heal reasonable in nin >tint .
late of Jttfirrnou county,., FI.IIL deceased, I and 6:23 From Pilatka to Bellamy Station, 50 miles Arrive at Xewnansville next Tuesday by S pm (Ala.) and Fort Craw ford, to Sparta, nll I:. Bidders should first propose for service strictly
"bl ---o--
present iLy liuil baid I once a week. Bids for au additional trip per week will b con Lack, once a wcek according to the advertisement nnd then, if they de-
auut, Poet tt.t'ICE DEPARTMENT OF U. S ) Leave Pilatka Mouday at 5 :m; sidered. ,c"I''f.f'r thtftrtnt service ansi if the f' .-,
the Hon. of Probate of aid county and ark TIE Leave Iilon TnrsLy at 6 a m ; sire ; t rcynInr -
theaid curt curt a discharge; Ironi my admini'tra-I Washington, December 13, 1858. J J"IPROPOSALS f Arrive at Bellamy Station by p m ; 6550 From Little River, by Samuel Barber's and Arrive at Sparta I'x day by 6 p m ; bid be the lowest offered for the advertised service l

lorKhip iliereof, aeeordmg to law. ASA MAY.Novemlier will be received at the Gout aet Arrive Leave Bellamy L'tio Tuesday at -a m; I, William Johnson's,to Shoaltown, 22 miles and back. Leave. Sparta Saturday at 6 1 m; the other pr"fK"'it"lt1." may be IMIIj Icred. t 1

2<'. 18:.S 47-6m I JOffice of this Department until 3 p. in. of Saturday at Pilatka by 6 pm. once a week.Leave Arrive at next Monday by 6 p m. 13. Tli'-reslM'tild be bi)t one route bid for li proposal. r r
-- April 2, 186'J, fir convening the mails of the Bills for semi-weekly aud also for tri weekly trips Little River Thursday at lOa 1; 6572 From Pto8acla to Milton, 30 miles toe! Consolidated: or combinatHKi bids (" prn1sssin V t

Notice.SIX United Mates for four years, commencing July 1, will be considered. Arrive at Shoaltowu by 7 m 5 back, six times a week. one sum for two or nitre rutrslire forbidden by .

aft"r the rir.-t puMication of tlut 1859. and ending June r,0, 1863, m the State of i 65S4 From Iilatk by Webb, Fort Gate, Lake Leave Shoaltown Friday a I I a m; Leave Pen acola daily. except Wednesday, at 12 law aud cannot be cou"iitcretl.! :

_ : ml"llJ. the II.lcliglfII lmili.trfrix.f the .F.tat n lLenl.", en the routes md bJ the tclitdules herein: George Melloovillr, Volu :, kin5'i. and Enterprise, to Arrive at Little lve by 2 p ra. m from 1st Oct. to 1st A J.i and at li p m residue 14. The rtnite! the service, the yearly pay, ll.e r'i
125 miles
I and once a week. 6551 From llamburir Grooversville. J and residence fai\ bidder that i I .
: *f Rev.JohnVefey! Rhode dccra ed, late FpC&tleifl. Leave Pilatka by Clifton. of year; name e> ( i" his usual "
Cnol oMIIity, wil present b..r t"nJ:, account nndfrciUvlteTS : Dcei-ioi. announced by April 25,1859. : Arrive Mellonville Monday 10 6am; (GaS) and Boston, to Thoiuasville, 46 { Arrive nt Milton I hour after; post ofFice address! )) nnd tli_ ufeiuh mn>Ix-r of a '

to 11.e Judge of Probate of taid county. anJt (ISiddiMS will examine carefully the for and in I Leave Mellouvillc at by p m ; miles and back, three times a week. Lenc Milton daily, except Wednesday, at C a m; firm where a company otf-r, should be ili-tmctly .
f aekfor.sdiMhsare. etructious annexed, aud nbo the laws prefixed to the | Wednesday a 6 I m ; Leave Madison Monday, Wednesday and Friday II j Arrive at l'en'aeohi by 11 a m. stated ; alas the mode conveyance, if a higher mode '
t I Arrive Pilatka
J.H'm Admfx. pamphlet copy of this adveitisciueiit, to be found at ,j a by p ra.Bids at Cam ; .I 6573 From Peusaeola to Warriugton, 9 mite! and than rtrbick be intended. The word with slue .
Mmitieflo.I 4. 1 p.I mIDr.G-m : the pi URJpal post-office; ) sidered.for au additional trip per week will be con Arrive at Thomasville by 9 p m; back, daily. erleiity. certainty, and feci.rity," inserted to indicate
._ s1 __
6501 From Fcrnandiua: to Charleston. (S. C.1 Rfttiiilos Leave TLomagville Monday, Wednesday Rod Leave l\nacula: daily at 3} a m; the iiiotle of convey:ane, will constitute a star .* f
'' 6525 From Welaka 'r-I
to Pilatka. 25 miles and back.
Notice. and luck, in steamers, six times ;week, or ', V V if dayatlQpra ; V Arrive nt Warnngton by 611 m ; Whe-n a star bid H intended, no rpe-rific conveyancemu't
Month after the first p ibbeation of (hi* |I dully if correcting routes so rnnI men Leave a rwek.H'elala I Arrive at Madison next days by 1 p m. Leave Warriugton daily at 7 a m ; be immexL But in case tiro modes of conveyanceare (

SIX the undeibigntd \;il 1)rH'It his final 110 account ., Fernandinn daily, except Sunday, (or dail v,) I Arrive at Pilatka Saturday 6 at 8 a M ; 6552 From Waukeenah, by mhollovray, Econ- Arrive at Pcnsae-ola 10 a m. named at the tame compcnsatioo, the highest vf

nnd vouchers as (I( the EctateI I at 2 a m; Leave Pilatka Fi by 11; phenia, (local) Spring Warrior and Cook'a Hammock 6574 From Pencncola, by Blakely, (Ala.) to Mobile1. Lest for the service will be taken.

11.lua.IL Ayes itt, late of Lean couuty, I Arrive at Chai lesion by :p m ; I Arrive at Welaka iday at m; to Landing, 109 miles and back, once a I 74 i miles aud back, daily. 15. Bidder are re'|uetcd ti) mite a* far as practicable .
&nj for a discharge.. .ceeaEed I Leave Chai Icttou daily, except Sunday (or daily.) i iat by 6 p in. week. Leave Pensacola daily at 12 m; the printed form of proposal| furnished by the
l Ii 6526 Fort Lake
I Gate Charles aDd
AVEKITT. Exfr. 9.30 a in : ) j by Sir Leave Waukeenah Mouday at 6 a 0; Arrive at Mobile next day by 6 a m department to write out in full the turn vf their bid,
JJSJ to Ocala 35 miles and back .
if Oct 2, i83. 40-61 j I Arrive *t Fcrnsndina by 9.50 p m. I Ij ,(Leave Spring Fort Gates, once a Arrive at Clay Landing next Wednesday by I p m; Leave Mobile daily at 7 I 0; and to retain copies of them.
-- ------ j G5"J From Fernandina, by Hart's. fond Callai Ocala Monday at 9am) ; Leave Clay Landing hursday at 6 a m ; Arrive at Pcnwicola next day by 2&1 ro. Altered bids should Lot lie tulmitted nor should

; ; Notice. i i lianI,
1| Gamc-ule! 10 miles and lack, six limes :'week,or I I j Tuesday at 2 n m; 6553 From Waukeenah. by Beasley/Fort Hamil- (Fla.) Apalallico1 St Atsecna OtieTampa of a bidder or guarantor will be allowed unless dated V
SIX month after date I hall t>rcent my finish l ao I Bids .
and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Pro- Leave; Feniandma daily, except Sunday, (or dui- I fur semiweekly strv ice 'will L considered.C527 back, once a week twice a mouth, in first class, side-wheel sea steamersof .

tale vf J.lf.'r"1<.unty, a* administrator ,'f the Es-. ,, 11)01) anal S .fulrther mail-say at I 10 p in ; From Adimsville, by Lake Harris, Leave Waukeennh Saturday at 6 a ru ; not less than 400 tons, custom-house measurement. Each: bid nm-t be guarantied by two responsible V
;i late c>f William Ikllamy, late. of raideouuty.deeated ;I' An ive at Gainesville next day by 4am; Lake Griffin, nod Mossy Grove, to I""kiusnle, 4: Arrive at Madison by I pin ; Leave New Orleans on the 15th and 29th of each periwns.ici.eral. S

1 < and stik fur a ,li )II."!'(ions said ndisiinistra- Leave Gainesville daily except Sunday, (or dai.I I miles and back, once 1 week. Leave Madison Friday at 6 a m ; month ; ( guaranties ennrxit be admitted. The Hh 1
Leave Adameville
tiw. SllTI SIMKIXS Ad.ufr.. iy.a8) pin Friday at 3 p m ; .\ri1 at Waukeenah by 8 p m. Arrive at Kev West on the !2J and 6th ; and guaranty gloutd be nyucl plainly with tie full 25. 1" : Gmf ; Arrive :\Fcrnandina next by 2 am I Leave Arrive Hawkmsville at Ilawkinsulle next day by I p m; 6 )Mosely lal to Finhollowny, 20 miles Leave Key \West ou the 12th and 26th of each name of caeh person.

6503 From Ca'l.dinu by Xassau C. IL. King'a i Thursday at S I m ; and back, once a moth; The department resei ve the right to reicct any bid

f t! Notice. i iSIX ;, Ferry and Ontre Village, (Oa..) to Trader's Hill, I j jI 6528 Arrive From at Adamsville next day New by 12 m. mites Leave Mosely Hall Monday at I a ra ; Arrive at New Orleans on the 22d and Cth. which may be deemed xtravagant, and also to disre-
I ,: inrtiith after date, I pr ont final aeI I 35 mike and back twice a wetk :V and back, Enterprise. Sumyrna, : Arrive at Fiuholloway by 12 m; Bids for an additional trip per month wi be considered gird the bids of failing contractors and tsishderc.I V
my once a
iunt nuJ'ndcrl. to fhtl ..Judge of Probate I I j jc Leave Callalian Tuesday Saturday at 12 ci.1) 1 j I I Leave \ed. at 6 Leave Fiuholloway Monday at 1 p m 5 I ; also, bids t extend the route la'ana 6. The bid should be waled, superscribed "Mail
udminictratnx of the or on arrival of mail fron Fernandina; J j Enterprise Wednesday a ra; Arrive at Mosely Hall bv 8 p t Cube.I Proposal. State ef-.-," addressed Second As- V
f JelTiTs O'unty.IK; ofenid & I Arrive at Trader's Hill next dims by 12 m ; Smyrna by 6 pi; 6555 FromValker's Mill t Waukeenah, 6 miles eis
at-k*Jesse fora G.mtIII: ,from late. raid ndminiPt coiaity ration.KF.BKCCA d'ascl. ,: I II Leave Trader's Hill 'Tuc. and "Sat at 11am ; I I Leave Arrive New at Smyrna Tuesday aWG a m ; aud back, twice a week. I FORM OF 1'ROPOSAL.GUARNTY, AND bv t/inil, not by or to a i azcnt ; amid postmasters w i',1
I : G R: NTII.'sM, Admntx.m Arrive at Callaba't by 11 p m, or time for Clr. I 6529 From Elttrrh'e Mellonville by,by p Apopka m. Lake, Hardi Leave Walker's Mill Wednesday and Saturday at CERTIFICATE. net encli-we proposal-(or letters of any kind) in their V
I I 6501 From Lcwisviile to Call.ili.iu S audback 6pm returns.
m December 25. 1N08. wits Lake, Adamsv!!! Snmterville Monroe" ; quarterly
< ,
: I once a week. 1 1I I Ferry, Arrive at Waukeenah by llpm; 17. Tue contract ar, to be" executed and returned
---- --- --- -- Proposal,
I and
Lcwisville Tuesday 8 a m ; I Picrccville. Spring Hill, t Bay Port, 121 mid Leave Waukeenah Wednesday and Saturday at to thin department by or before the Itt Jay of Ass-
Notice.SIX Lan | and back week.Bidders The whose offr-e addressis
once a undersigned,-, pot
I j I rive at Callahan by 10 am ; 1 1 4pm; f/NA1. 1850 ; but the service mutt be commenced on

Hj months after , I hall present my,final ac Leave Callahan Tuesday atC p m ; j!, will propose a schedule of departures and I. Arrive at Walker's )liI by 5J& p I -to county the mails of -of the,United State of States-from.proposes July the lit July preceding, or on the mail day next after

t .tll :UJ"uc'rl to the lion. Jude of Pre>bate> ,' Airive at \ by 4 p m.f I Ij |I ar.inls 5556 From St. ., by Hodson's Distillery to carry that date, whether the cent-acts bo executed or not.
.f Jdrcr. ol cuuuty ns adniinit.tiaU-r of the Estate of 'j C505 Frol Jacksonville, by Baldwin, BaiberV, !i i iI Bids t From commence at Pierce-ville will L cnsiJere Tallahassee, 21} miles and back, six times a week, 1, 1859, to June and :0, 18G3, on route Xo. -advertisement between Xo proposition to traner will be considered until the
0530 to the
R IxK-b hat of naiel count!'. decca', and ask for a ; New burgh. Alligator Little Ricer, Helena, Spiinj j Meloovill to Orlando, 261} or daily if connecting routes f o run. -, agreeably contracts are executed and received at the department

.char"e from said administration.II I (10,1 Colmibu Madison, Sandy Ford, Monticello, |j, once \tcl. Leave. St Maiks daily, except Sunday, (or daily,) of the Postmaster General, dated December ; and then no transfer will be allowed unless .
| ) and the mode of V
e at 1 13,1858, by following
E. BLACKBUUX Admt'r. j i : .'" Mill. : Mill, and "Chaire*, to Tuesday p m ; at2.lSpm ; conveyance good and sufiicu reasons therefor are given, to be
Tallaj j Arrive at Orlando for the annual of
cTcrnbar! 13, ISS. 466mNotice. | liaseec: I'.U! 1lley" six limes a week, or ; )' Orlando by {pm; Arrive at Tallahassee by 3.30 p m; viz : -, sum Jolan determined by the denjrti lent. In all cases the retiring

j I ly if connecting routes bo run. j!i i Lv at Mellonville Tuesday at 12 5 a. m; Leave Tallahassee daily,.except Sunday, (or TJtit jiropsxal i* maile vllli full InotrMyt of tfieJixtntire contrnclor will bi rr<]uirc
Leave Jacksonville daily, eClpt Sunday, (or dai- : Arie by m.Bids daily,) at 10 am ; of I/it route, the tti"J nf the mail to Le eurete! ; on the new cemtracL
to extend, Fort Gatlin Sochrnm and Icbcpuckcsassa. '
ly.) at I.30 in; by Arrive at St Marks by 11.25 a m. tarried, and all ollitr parttcnlurt in rtfrrrnre to the IS. Postmasters At (.flicks on or near railroads, but
; f v 'JIX months from the fust publication of this' no I Arrive at J Talldin! ec next days by 9.CO R ; J| to Tampa, will be considered C557 St Marks to Newport miles andback route and terrier,and, ulJW, after careful exuminatit t mote than eighty rod from a station will, immediately
|O tie-e, the Miidrsigno l cxe-cutrix of the List 0 i I 6531 From New Indian River 120 V
b 'l I Leave Tallahassee daily, except Sunday, (or diiiif, Smyrna 1 six times a week of the lam and inalriTtioni attached to tfie adrerti'tnient after the 31st of March next, report their exnet
of the late! .Sax eUcea and back twice
:r il.I lertameiit her Henry aiwl vouchers"n, to the, ':, iyat4) pi; min New 1 month and Leave St daily, except Sunday at 11.45 and tufiject to all the condition tfieretH co'.- distance from the nearest station, and how they ara
"'i present tnnllicult Arrive at Jacksonville next d\1 by 12 uighL65u6 : Smyrna :TLcrsday am ; taineii otherwise supplied with the mail, in enable the Post -
and ask l disnn of each month
vf t
'e I'Lti 'IIty. > >e : From Trail Ridge to 15 ;'!, ; Arrive at Newport at 0.45 p m ; Dated master General to d rec* a mail messenger supply
Middleburg (Signed )
ed. Exfr.Xovcmbrr mils Arrive at Indian River in 6 .
I I ." EI.I7AHETIXOX, I and back, three tiDes wick. days ; Leave Newport daily, except Sunday, at 1 pm ; from the M of July next
Indian River the 2d 4th
13 and
-m. __ 1.ICTrli Ridge! Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday I of L.e month on Wednesday Arrive at St. Marks by 2pm. Gnnarnty. I 9. Section eighteen of in act of Congress approved
r a m. or on arrival of mail from Fcrnandiua ; (leh ; 6553 :From Tallahassee to lieeo.ukie,22 miles The undersigned residing at -,State of-, March 3, 1845, ]1w -vid.oa that contracts for the transport V
: ; Notice. j I Arrive Middleburg by 6 1 m ; Arrive at New Smyrna in 6 days and back, twice a week. undertake that, if the foregoing bid for carrying the ion of the mad shi'd; b<: let ** in every case to tht

:: I'' IX months after (elate the undersigned surviving j jadminiMrator Leave Middleburg a Tuesday,Thursday and Satur. 6532 From Adamsville Orlando (by the south side of Lk Lave Tallahassee Monday and Yiday at 7am ; mail on Mute No. be accepted by the Postmaster lowest bidder tendering sufficient guarautles for faith
to miles and back
S 1 ,.f the Estate of James H Linn, I j day at 4 p m ; Apopka) 55 a Arive at Miccosnkie by 1 p m ; General the bidder shall, prior to the Itt day of ful performance. with 'ot ther reference to the mod V

late of couuty eleccased, will present I j Arrive at Trail Ridge by S p m. week.Leave Orlando Leave Miccosukie Tuesday and Saturday at 'a m; August 1859, enter into the required obligation, or of such tr.nisporta'jon thai may be necessary to pro-
Lu I I
count 'ouchtt to the Hon Judge of Probate f'r i 6507 From New River to Trail Ridge, 13 mile Arrive Adarasrille Wednesday at 12 m ; Arrive at TalallaMe by 1 p m. contract to perform the service proposed, with good tide for the due celerity, certainty, and security ofsucli

said county, aud ask for a discharge from said I! and back once a week. I I Leave Adamsv at illc next day by 6 p m; Did for service wil b Cidere and sufficient sureties.Tltn transportation. Under this law a new description -
atIlini"lr3tiul. at 7
I Leave New River Friday a m; Tallahas of bids has been receiveiL They do not
D.C. WILSON, Saturday at 1 p m ; Arrive at Orlando 1 FroQ ant tre Jit undtrftandixy di'tiftly tit, ofillftativnt; specify
i l'25, 1851 ?--6m Sur1itingtt Arrive at Trail Ridge by I I m ; to run the north day ado by of Lake p m Apopla will Blue 1 Ridleyaviile, 80 miles and back, once and liabilitie a,*'>led guarantors under the 27th a mode of convey aoce, but engage to take the entire
Leave Trail llid, e aturday a S I m ; Bid o a week. section of the aft f Congre /July 2, 1831al,1 mail each trip with celerity, certainty, and security
Notice. Arrive at New River by 12 b enidereJ to Leave Tallahassee Wednesday at 9 a m; oyreeiny abide by the ptnaltic therein provided. ingthe term of th* law. These bide are styled,
6503 From Starke. by Cadiz and Timmons, to Tapa by A.fa Ichcpuckaaasa, Are at Jackso', Bof by 6 p m ; from the manner in wjiich they arc designated on the
:37 miles and Dated
: SIX months after elate, I shah present my final j I Pilatka, 66 miles and back, once a week. once a wet. Lae Jackson's Thursday at 'a m; (Signed by guarantors) hooks of the department," star bitl*,"and they will
I I and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate j I Lea\e Starke Friday at 7 am; LaTe Tampa Tweaday Gp m ; at Ridleyivillc by 3 p m; Certificate. be construed as prowling for the conveyance of the

: of ou couuty, as administrator of the Et>- Arrive at Pdatka next day by 7 p m; Leave at Ichepuckcsassa next day by I p m ; Leave Ridleysville Thursday at 4 p m ; The Undersigned, postmaster at -, State of I entire mail, Jtmrftrr tjryf, and ithattrtr may It the

tate of Hart well Walkins, late of said county deceased I Leave Pdatkn Wednesday at Sam ; Ilhepuckc at veal aSa Monday 4 at I p m ; Arrive at Jackson' Bluf next day by 12 m; -, certifies CNDEB. ins OATH or oreicc that he moih Hfcrttary to tnttire it* "tel rity, certainty soul

nod ask for a discharge from lid administration Arrive at Starke next day by I in. Are twice Tampa week service day by will p m. Leave Jackoo's Tuesday at 8 a m ; is acquainted with the above guarantors, and knows tfMrity.* V

WM. W. HF.I.llfr.. Bids for !semi-weekly nod also I trir sand invited a after b o idotJ Amve by I pm. them to be men of property and able to make good When the lowest grade of service is believed to I*

I January 8, 1S59.6m I to run by a quicker schedule, will b considered.. Proposals Fort Meade are, omitting t run, pl Alfa 6560 From Talaba by Benhiden and Shell their guaranty.Dated sufficient, the lowest bid will be accepted in preference
---- --- 6509 From Starke, by New River Providence t Ichepuckesassa. Point to Sopehoppy, and back,once I week to a 't'tr or rrxx-ifie bid.
t mlt (Signed.)
From b Seminole
: t Notice.- I 36 miles and back, once a 'eek.I 6534 Tampa, to Manatee, 40 Leave Tallahassee Friday at 1 p m 5 When the lowest bid is not a star bid and specifies
miles and back week.
Leave Starke Monday at 'a m; once a Arrive at Sopchoppy next day by 6 p m; INSTRUCTIONS, either no mode or an i.4>&/iui/e mode of conveyance,

1 SIX Months 1 after the publication of this no Arrive at Providence by 6 p m ; Leave Tampa Monday at 7 am; Leave Sopchoppy Thursday at I a m ; Containing condition to be incorporated in tAt extract I U will not be excepti-dbut be set aside for a specifier
Arrive at Manatee next
the undersigned administrator of the Elt' Leave Providence Tuesday at 6 I m ; day by 4 p r; Arrive at Tallahassee next day by 11 a m. to the erttnt tht dtparlmentmay pro)'''. bd proposing the nssary service.
,1 of J.oor P. Crens>haw, deceased,late of Leou cun.Iy Arrive nt SUrke bv 5 p m. Leave Manatee Wedneay.t 7 a m; eMI From Quincy, by Mount Pleasant, to Chat- 1. Seven minute are allowed to each intermediateoffice When the bid doe-i not specify m mode of convey-

'-1 ;' ,' prvsent his final account and vouchert to the DJs for lemi-w ek'y and also for tri-wetkly trips, Bids Arrive at Tamp dy 4 p m 'tahoochee, 21 miles and bck c times a week. when not otherwise specified for assorting the asses also when it proposes to carry according to

': I Hon Judge of Probate of caid county y and ask to bedismissed. b C'fiJereJ.I are run' by Pines will to considered Leave. Qniney Thursday and Saturday) mails ; but on railroad and tleanoboat routes there the advertisement," hut without such specification,it
Proposals more
w J. CvCKEXSIIAW, Adltr.I I From Gainesville, by Micanopy, Flcmiiig- also fo bids for service from It8amJ is to be no more delay than is sufficient fur an ex will be considered n a proposal for horseback service
: January 8, 1S59. :-1 i: too, Ocala Lon Swamp. Pine Level.. Adamaville.Sumptervillo ; Old separate weekly Arrive at Chaitaboocee by 1 p m ; change of the mail bags. 20 A modification of a bid in any of its essential

t _' -- -- ---- I!' Monroe's Ferry.. Pierceville. and For I Tamp Fiom Tamp Bay. to Miami 175 miles and Leave Chattahoochee Monday Wednesday and 2. On railroad and steamboat lines, and other terms is tantamount to A new bid. and cannot be received -
: ,
IJ rpHE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully call j Taylor to Tampa, 165 miles and back three times 6:35 Friday at 1 m; routes where the mode of conveyance admits of it, so as to jutes fere with a regular eomp1.1'011.

JL attention of the public to their advertisements j,I a week once a mot the 8th of each mouth Arie at Quincy by 5 p m. I be special agents of the departments, also post-office after the last hour let for receiving bids. Makiug anew

1191 foatrd in to-day's p'pr in which they offer their entire j i LC.e Gainesville Tuesday,Thursday and Satnrr Arrive J.av Key at by on the V Proposals for three additional tip per week will blanks mail bags,locks, and keys,are to be conveyed bid with guaranty and certificate is the only

STOCK at The object being to clone their day, on arrival of mail from Ferlmdinn-tay at S Leave Mi the 19th 1t; month b cidered without extra charge. way to modify a pomona bid.

fI1 business, presents a rare opportunity t all whot '' I m ; Arrive at Key on West by the ac. ; 1 ed at Mount Pleasant, omitting Chatta- 3. On railroad and steamboat lines the rente agentsof 21. Postmasters Ira to be careful not to certify the

'-L to supply themselves dcsirble Go. : Are at Tampa next days by 11 pm : Bids for semi-monthly and also.for service hoochee, are invited. I i the department are to be conveyed without charge sufficiency of guarantors or snreties without knowing
The whole Stock has been regularly replenished up i!Int Lan Tampa Monday eduesday and Friday at considered if suitable schedules weekly 6562 From Bainbridge, (Ga.) by Chattaho.bee, and for their exclusive use, while travelling with the that they are persons of sufficient responsibility ; and

to the present time, and they feel confident ih stating i 1 laa ; 'i b From Clear, Water Harbor b prceed (Fla,) Oceee Long CaoeRidleyavifleand Ribe mails, a commodious car. or apartment in the centre all bidders, guarantor, and sureties are distinctly notified -

ru that in n asserted stock of like amount. ,, be found I Arrive at Gainesville next days by 'p in. '; miles and back,once a week. t Tluua, lO Blu t 206 mre and bock, I tme I of a ear, properly lighted,warmed, and furnished, I j that on a failure to enter into or perform the

if o few old or shop worn roods. '-. I I C511 From Gaiueeille, by Fort Clark, to New- | Bidders a schedule and from loth ( t 15th June eeh I I and adapted to the convenient separation and due contracts for the e."ric? proposed for in the accepted V

ifif BUTLR d DENIIAM. j I I1t nansville, 23 miles and back, three times a 'eek arrivr LJ.Proposals. \i propose S deprnn year, and three a week the residue, in first I security e>f the mails is to be provided by the contractor bids, their legal liabilities will be enforced against

1t January 8.1859. :tL -: :;' Leave Gainesville Tuesday Thursday and {I I for twice a week service trill sooth class steamboat, with the privilege of using two- under the direction of the department. them.
------ \ I day on arm-ivalofamami ,frum Fernandina-say at I ', b horse coaches from t CbattObecben Railroad and steamboat companies are required to 22. Present eouf-actors, and persons known at tie

Notice l- j!, ere the river too low take the mail from and deliver into mount, xjoally with others,
: \ I am, I! G53' From Bay Tort to Clear Water Ilarbir, 6 i fo nuigO it the post officesat department procure guarantors
'I Arrive at NeW n ville by a m ; ( the commencement and end of their routes,and to and certificates: of their sufficiency substantially
1 months after date, the undersigned, droinisj j 1 miles back, h'ic a month. Fro/I SIb October to June. V
SIX and Sat- an o 1.5t. in the forms aboie The certificate of
Leave Newnahsrille and offices prescribed.
Tuesday from all not than
I q' of the Estate of Janie II. Luna, late of Thursday on the 2d and 18th of each nr-olli more eighty! rods from
nt 1 Bll'ort Leave Bainbridge daily, except Sundayat 2pm; station sufficiency must bit signed by & postmait Leon will his and'I, urday p m ; Arrive Water the 3d and 19th a or landing. PropoMls may be submitted
; vouchers dee8f lIoc.Judge of present Probate fIl arnunt&id county Arrive at Gainesville by 'p m. Clear Water Habr on o the 3d and lth! of; Arrive at Apalachicola next days by 4 p m; for the performance of all other side service-that is judge of a court of record. No other eertificat* will '

m and th a diahlugf flow mid administration.'s' [ 6512 From Mieanopy to W\'ahotCf mile ecb La\e ; Leave ApalachicoU daily, except Monday at 6 for offices over eighty rods from a station or landing. b e admitted. AARON V. BROWN
and back, tw ice"* week. / p ni; Receipts will be required for mail PotbtHitlrr Getifrtl.
+ D. C. WILSON, Adwtr.iA j i Arrive at Bay Port on the 4th and 20tlu bags conveyed
p Micunopy)Tbuu. and Saturday at 8 a la Lid for weekly I tiipa will b kiitva a ButJize nU. days by 9 p u. j in charge of person employed by railroad companies. January 22, IS..S. 4-12w 4

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