The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 10, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SIX W. Tabor Judge of Probate for the County ofWllhittgton. I 5.,
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er November 3090( Fine 28,Cipn IMS. by the Box.19 BYS.S.SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE:, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY! 10, 1816 VOL XYJI..NU.25.i i serve L prof.s DfJLI.Y'S.innallj; where he 1: prepared to r.
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:. LAw OF THrSTATE OF FLORIDA SEC. 2. Be further, enacted, That said County Commissioners, annually, pris itge' JQnef ; such'license,-to be paid to the Commis. lion-- s-lal.he- liable- toa fine- -of-fir- *. hundred dollars. ,.to a< o .
or their successors in office, are hereby authorized to contract for sioncr issuiig "prosecuted
same, before theme is ranted. for as is
to other
; wih respect fines under
PASSED AT THE ADJOURNED SESSION the building of a and Court House in said and to SEC. 0. Be it this act. _
County, pledge be
Jai further enacted, That a Commissionershall entitled SEC. 15. Be it further enacted That the Commissioner '
the revenue of County, or s much thereof as may be necessary, to the following fees and emoluments, to wit : ten dolar for every appointed b this act, shall make or Commissioners ,
[PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] to defray the cf said vessel and ) quarterly returns to the
expenses buildings. 'ssuing: license therefur, and one dollar for every separate rrcasurer of the of all licenses an'( all
monies .
SEC. 3. Be it further enaced, saul: County Commissionersshall endorsement on the license of any vessel, and ten per cent. on the ceived by him Slate.0 I fines, penalties granted: and forfeitures T>-
CHAPTER 23.-[Xo. 1.] be authorized to make provision for the pecuniary aid of such net amount pxid into tae: Treasury of all privilege money collected !this act, and all lr prosecution\ instituted! and shall |the ua'hr: t

A V ACT to amend an act entitled "An Act to raise: a Revenue for the State poor and destitute persons in said County, as they may deem proper by him and ten per cent. on the nett amount received into the into the Treasury, on lhe> first:t .Monday of X-tober! pay, and for sam that; }yearly; k
of Fl)ridi,and d finiDg theduties of the Assessors and Collectors thereof. objects for their kindness and charity.SEC. Treasury) 'all the fines, penalties and forfeitures, after payment of pose he shall be entitled to receive the same.from thti Clerk l Sheriff t
SsCT(()i\ 1. Bs if enacted by the Senate and House of Reprcsenta- 4. Be it further enacted, That; the County of Santa Rosa be coats charges, prosecuted and received by him. or other officer. s ,; ,

tine gf h, S J.'e of Florida in General Assembly convened, That exempted from the operation of so much of the act entitled .An act Sic. 7. Be it further enacted, That: the District, Solicitors of this SEC. 16. Be it further enacted. That it shall not be lawful for 1'
,,; anJ aPer the test! day of January, in each and every year, a t St.f,'.CH1 ;ojj! SJ,'!h |P"*r-on< and property hereinafter mentioned, and inState Counties in this State to a ta of fifty per cent. on the Stats tax, and under the direction of the Commissioner: who ordered the same to bo ed, to becngaged in for the Kwsonlv.orin: provij.
1.:1. : ,' !'" :It"; *-SCJJ, collected and paid into the Treasury of this that all laws restricting the several Counties of the State ; in any instituted, or his successors in tutee, and shal receive the sum of destroying catcJngf.h t any of the rivers, harbors any," mannerwantonly '
i be *jii n 0 ,''i:i-itser and ut the same time, as is prescribed in the act to manner whatever on tho subject of taxation, beyond the restriction'sin !twenty-five dollars for his services in each every case where a on the coat of this violation of the true intent bays "r '
.,ira) : ; 1111" IS ;,:a amendment. the the Constitution, shall be hereafter inoperative and of no force in judgement or decree for penalty, or forfeiture sh:1c rcco\ered. and meaning of this sectl)Stal1)f f a misdemeanor, to be I pini: ,he.l .
3Ki:' 2. lie it further enacted, That all the Land in this State, County of Santa Rosa. pavable out! of: the proceeds of the same if ( and if not col. by indictment, upon conviction t thereof to be fini-d, in a sum not r
subject to taxation hall be classed into three classes or grades, viz : [Passed House of Representatives, December 17. 181o Passed Senate, December lected then the sum of ten dollars payable by the Stau, and the other less than two hundred, tor more than one thousand dollars, or i inprisoned .
Fir t, Second and Third rates ; and upon all first rate Land there 2-, 15450 Approved by the Governor December 20, Is45.. ] officers! of said Court shall have and receive out of the .irocetds if any, not ]less that three months, at the discretion the court.

shall be assessed and collected a tax of one cent for each and every such reasonable fees as are allowed them for similar services in other SEC. 17. Be it further enacted:That al laws o parts of laws, !
acre ; upon all econd rate Land, there shall be assessed and collect CHAPTER 32.-[Xo. 5.] suits in said Court, to be taxed by the Court, and if mid fine or for cOnfJctll with the pronsluhs of this act, and the same are hero
ed a tax ollhret".foliltlu of a r.cp' .,r each and every acre ; and up. AN" ACT to suspend so much of the 33rd Section of the Revenue Law as re- feiture is not collected, then to be paid by the State. And in all by repealed ttPassed
Land, there shall be assessed and collected ltc.to the< Cities of PensaroU and Tallahassee.. case of unsuccessful. defence in suit either in
of ,
third rate a tax or
all any prosecution [ the Senate, .
nn SECTION it enacted by the Senate and Repra-n. Dcceuber.1,1 1:4 Passed. the House of .,
of cent for each and acre. lolscof pcrsonam or in rem the fees and costs of the Solicitor and other of. Representatives.
the.-etRbths a every
nf in General That December 13, I t 15. by the Governor, December
Il'i III \pfl.vet 17, ls 7
p. Assembly cOT'lnpd ]
SEC. 3. Be further enacted, That upon each and every white from and S'nfpinTrln this act. the Cities of I'cnsacola and ricer shall be taxed and collected byjuJgement ar.d execution, or -- .

male] inhabitant, over the age of twenty-one years, there shall be as.sealed Tallahassee, be exempt from the operao'on of so much of the 33rd: attar hment: in said suit against Mch td'nd'nt: or respondent in ad.dition CHAPTER 35.-No. 8.] .
and! collected a tax: of fifty cents. to the penalty or recovered.,
: Section of an act entitled, An act to raise a Revenue for the State of f.feiturr ACT to e,tabli.fi rates of Dockage, Wharfage and Storage in the town of
SEC. 4. Be i' enacted, That upon all Saw. lilIs, used! injawin" Florida and defining the duties of the ] Collectors Sjr. 8. lie it further enacted That( oifrnces: against this act b; J Jacksonville. a
for market there shall be assessed and collected -sessors alt : andjnun t :?hH by fines declare J misdemeanors :.
lumber tax
a thereof ilth.iduli are : an
approved, July 21, 18 i5, as retric.Mhc se'crallncurpor.apd SECTION 1. Be i en'1rtrt by the Senate and Home of Kepresfnfaticct .
of twenty cents upon every hundred dollars value theieof.SEC. Towns in this State, to not nure than fifty cent on the* Shll prosecuted: h.indiclment in a:1 of the Circuit Courts of of the State of Florida in Generl Assemb'y concmed, That,
Be it enacted That each and Gold per State l for the ;, orate; committed and
5. upon every State tax. Vi.lrir"wr.il said was from and afior the passage of this act, the several owners or occupiers: !
Watch, there shall be assessed and collected a tax of fifty cents ; and SEC. 0:1: which the Cortnii.ssioier; pros"culinj. the sam shall be endorsed .
Be it
2. further enacted, That saic Corporations impose of Wharves in Jacksonville shall be allowed to charge, demard and
Silver Watch there shall be assessed and collected sllal as an! IK iii'licttnent In h- lisewi-iued I
each and every for prosecutor; : by aAV Solicitor -
upon taxes corporation purposes, all within limits 1 receive the several rates hereinafter mentioned, for the wharfage or ,
a tax twelve and a half cents : Provided, That this act shall of said Cities, upon the principles upon established property in)regard to State or CUflisimcr without arlicati:1: in writing and leave granted dockage of vessels tying at the Wharves for the landing of produce .
not apply to Watches of merchants and silversmiths, given in as taxation. by the Governor : And prosecutions aglintal: vessels, bx.t*, and other goods and for the shipping of the same, and] fur the sroragq
stock in trade. .smacks, or other craft, or their cargoes ,violations of the Law,
[Passed the Hons of 20, 1S1 Passed the thereof and no more ; that is to sa i
Sic. 6. Be further enacted, That upon every Slave, there shall neprce'ta'iDI'cfrIer : .shall be commenced: !by petition in the nature of an information or )
be assessed and collected a lax of fifty cents. Senate, December 22, lbl". Approved b)theGovcrner, December SI J. bl .] lhe to the Judge of the Circuit Commit aforesaid, which .shall set firth Rules of Dockage, Wharfage, '

SEC. 7. Be it further cnadcd, That upon all Pleasure Carriages, Cn\PTEU 33. Xo. cause of tIc! foifciture: of said which 511al be signed Anvils, three cents each ; anchors, five hundred, pounds nil under
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Barouches Buggies,Tilberrys, Stanhopes, Chairs,Sulkies,and StageCoaches by the Solicitor; or his Depity:: fir! I :me ; the truthstvlereof twelve hundred pound, twelve cents ; anchors, of twelve hundred t
AN!; ACT in rcUtion
to Taxes in Alarhua ',
there shall be assessed and collected a tax of twenty cents, County C\ nr.h.WHEKCAS : tie Commissioner prosecuting 'hal make: oath accortJnr pounds, eighteen cents ; and upwards of twelve hundred plundc
upon every hundred dollars value thereof. Under the pro'iiionsofan act of the Legislative Council lo :his. belief aid fete' the same with the //(1 of said (iwenty five cents ; butts and casks, two hundred gallons and upwards, r ,

SEC. 8. Be it further enacted That upon all unimproved Lots, of the Territory of Florida, entitled, "An Act to authorize tho and tlicreuporsaid Clerk shall issue a writ in the nature of an attachment twenty five cents ; barrels ale, apples, three cents ; barrels alchohol,

within the limits of any town, yule, or city in this State, there shall be County Court of A'achua' county, to raise a county ren'IU', approved sirrilar to the writ i issued upon a libel filed in admiralty, five cents ; barrels beef, beer, bread, bacon three cents ; barrels!
assessed and collected a lax of twenty cents upon every hundred dollars Marcia 11, 1813," the County Court assessed, and caused to he co'!. and a inomtim or notice Jo all concerned in said property to appear coffee, corn, cder. three cents ; barrels, empty one cent ; barrels ;

value thereof; and upon all improved Lots in any town, yule or cityin Iccted a county tax : And whereas mOl of the resident citizen of before said Curt within twenty days and answer said petition, wl.L'h: fish, flour, ; barrels gunpowder, one hundred jnrnds and
this State there shall be assessed and collected a tax of twenty said county, voluntarily paid the taxes required: of them, but II:. collection !. attachment: siall be served by the SherifTof the county or his Deputy upward, fh't cents ; barrels gunpowder under one hundred pounds

cents upon every hundred dollars value thereof including the improvements i has not been enforced of others, alt more particularly of nonresident by takingsaid property into his possession, and giving due noticeforthwith four cents ; barrels gin, five cents : barrels hams, herrings or indigo,
thereon! ; and: on e'crJVharf. rented out, or for which fees I citizens owning properly in county, on account of there ; of said monition by putting copies thereof against the three cents ; barrels lime, four cents ; barrels molasses, five cents ; '
are received for wharfage, twenty cents, upon every hundred dollars I being a failure in said act to make provisions l for the mode and manner masts of saic \"essc and) in three p ibiic; places! in his COl7) ; and if barrels nuts or onions, three cents ; barrels oil, five.cents ; barrels '' :]

value thereof: of said collection : Andhercas, the taxes roltch'du: aforesaid fl person fhl appear within twenty dais and file :; and potatoes, pitch, plaster paris, porter, pork, pimento, pepper three '
SEC 9. Be it further enacted, Thai upon all Public Weighers of have been in part paid into the treasury,If f tail county, a part crams in wriing with the said Clerk ; the aid petition shall be taken cents ; barrels rice !amt in half barrels, four cents ; barrels r'in. '3,
and other produce, all Public Inspectors, and al Pilots in this of which let remains in the hands of the collector, all of which taxes us confess! vl and llhL' aid Clerk shall within five days thereafter en- three cents ; barrels rum and other spirituous 1''IQrs. five cents ; bar.

Con there shall he assessed and collected a tax twenty cents, are unappropriated : And whereas, tin C.'ntr.tl Assembly! passedan ter a judgement or i.'ecr!' ,'e of condemnation: on tlu same against the rels salt, sugar, turpentine, tar, three cents ; vinegar, wine
upon Ste.every. hundred dollars of income derived from said office or act entitled, An Act to raise a ron'nul for; the State of Florida, property mentioned therein, and if said property" is unsold, shall' i issue and whiskey, five cents ; barrels, halves and half-quarter d casks of t4
offices. approved 21th! July, IS 4 ID, which said act prohibits the! collection of process of cvcution therein directing! slid ishcriffto make sale thereof liquors, three cents ; barrels, halves of provisions, ale, beer, cider, ; f
the balance of said taxes iu the jinyioition which they have been within tea thereafter and &c., two cents bolts bagging, duck, osnaburgs (
SEC. 10. Be i further enacted, That there shall be assessed and das at public auction, pay the proceedsof ; canvass or per
collected upon retailers of spirituous liquors, in quantities less than assessed :therefore, said sale! nto Court, to be distributed and paid: according to law piece,) two cents ; boxes dry goods, upwards four { c square, six ,
one quart, a ta of twenty dollars. SECTION 1. let enacted by the.rna'e and '(" ,!f Rrrreien'a- under directbn of the Court. And if an person shall appear and cents ; boxes dry goods! under f four t feet square, f four cents ; Imesaxes jr
SEC. 11. Be i'further enacted, That all keepers of Billiard Ta- tires of the nf Florida in General rlds'rfGhconrrnul, That make d* fence to said petition and file his )their answer thereto and candles, chocolate, cheese con1aI8. dates, figs glass of fitly: .

ties, keepers of Ten-pin Ales, and retailers of spirituous liquors, in \V. S. Olmstead, Treasurer, and L. I.. U'oinbsbyii, Tax Collector of c''.lil to the froperty libelled within! said twenty days, the said Solicitor feet, herring*. indigo, prunes, railins. segars tin plate two s? '
quantities less than one quart, shall obtain from the Sheriffs of the Alachua county, be, and they are hereby autiioiized: and required to shal wihui five days thereafter file his replication tll'relo. and cents ; boxes lemons and oranges, three cents ;.boxes sugar, five
respective Counties, yearly upon the payment to the Sheriff refund to the citizens of Alachua county} their taxes assessed and the cauEshal stand continued till the next term of s Cout, cents ; tobacco, three cents ; bales cotton, six anti one f fourth cents ; .j.

of the amount of their respective Jcrnsrs: tax, which said amount shall collected under the act aforesaid, the amount paid by each individual, when sum: shallJe tried unless postponed| I by order of the Court; bales bagging, canvass. carpettinir blankets and other dry goods, five Jf
a paid over by the to the Trcasuser of the State, at the after deducting a pro rata share of the expenses attending the collection : and for the trial an issues of fact in said cause the said Court cents ; bales dfer.skins fife cents ; bales hay ten cents ; bales ,

same b time the other Sherf the State are required by law to le I. and receipt thereof. shall direct a joy to )called and sworn without writ to try said issue empty bottles, five cents ; baskets, nests, two cents ; baskets: oil, win, k
paid ; and the said taes shall receive no other pay for i issuing said I Sue. 2. Be it fitrllifr enacted, That within sixty days after the and render verdict thereon, under the direction of the Court. cordial, &c., two cents ; bacon, per thousand pounds; thirty seven
licenses than i k Sherif collecting the other revenues of the State. i passage of this act, the said Treasurer and Colector shall give Provided, however that it "hal be lawful!: for the Commissioner dir and a half cents ; bark (tanner's) per cod, thirty st.cn and a half wr

12. Be il further enacted That if any person shall cither I public notice, at six or more of the mwst t public places within said ectiugsuch suit,or any persin interested,to apply to said Court cents ; bellows (house) two cents ; bellows (blacksmiths) six ecu's ; r

keep&E Milliard Table, Ten-piu Alley, or spirituous liquors i county, that within thirty days thrrcaftr. the taxes collected under after the filing of said petition, for an order fur the sale of such propertjr brick and tile, per thousand. thirty seven and a IlaIt cents ; bundles:
without a' obtaining the license provided retai the foregoing sec I the act aforesaid, will be refurle.I.! at : !: in said) county ; :hc o', reasonable cans being assigned, and tlm pi i ties in brooms, 1 band-boxes, collars, hames, pans. !CJ spades, shore! Ug
tion of fa act he she or they, shall be subject to be indicted and and upon failure to refund said taxes, as herein before provided, the interest >(In; heard, the said Court may dim the same to be trees, vines, v'ices, &c., three cents ; bags almonds, coffee,cooa.nuts s
tried for Ilis a misdemeanor, and conviction be subject to be fined I Treasurer or Collector aforesaid, so failing: shall I"J fined in a sum soil by the Sherif at such time and place as the said Co-irt may pepper, pimento, ginger,three cents ; bags grain, three cents ; bags .f
or imprisoned : the fine not to upon exceed two hundred dollars, and the not exceeding five bundled] dollars at the discretion of a jury, to bo designate ; proceeds to be paid into Court to abide the decree shot, one half cent ; ballast, per ton, twenty the rents ; fal.rope, per :i
nt not to exceed three months, at the discretion of the prosecuted I,)the Solicitor! of the Jitiict. of the Court. And it shall also be lawful for any master t or coil, three cents ; cultivators, six and one fourth cents ; corn-shellers,
Court. Sr. 3. le it furthrr enacted That the act of March 1 Ilih, 1913, owner, a ler answer and claim filed b. them to said petition, and by six and one fourth cents ; carnbooes. twenty f\.c cents ; cheese, per

SEC. 13. Be it further That all persons who have and al or parts of laws conflicting with the provisions of this giving bond for double the amount )value of the said property: to h'.mlrcd pounds in bulk, two c.nl; carriages of f four wheels! cao TjfW

taken out licenses which eacte they were by law permitted to may do, under act, hf and same are hereby repealed.Passed : b>* (timater by the said Sheriff and two n'peclaJ1 citizens called dollar ; carriages of two wheels: fifty cents ; chairs (.iting.! ) one > a

the Territorial laws for the period of twelve months, for the keepingof [ the Senate. Drrniiber 'JO, \l\ J;, Pas.f'd the H-.use of Rf,>iv;N.t.- by to his aid, with good, security approved by said heritT cent ; carboys vitriol, three cents ; common carriages, tTrt' cents ; j
Billiard Tables retailing of Spirituous Liquors, &c., and who I tires, December23. 1>4-.. Approved l"v the G"\IJr. D.-cceib.! r .1, 1-1" ] whiri! bond shall be made! pavable to (the Mate, and cordage, per coil, three cents ; cnnon' of six hundred! pounds!. and ,

may have complied with the provisions of said law prior to the pas. -- tin! payment fit the value of said. property (so estimated as aforesaid) under, twenty five cents ; cannons over six hundred pounds, f fity t cents; ;
sage of the Revenue law in July last, are not subject to the provisions CHPTER 31.- Xo. 7.] ant all costs awl charges to tin* :! -rifftir'; iho u>e of the State on the cables (chain,) per ton, twenty five cents ; coal, per ton, thiity sven

of said act of July, so fa as relates to the aborrciled articles, AN ACT for the protection, of the Fii 1 rir.!on the Coast: of 1'1oriJ.\ day judgement of condemnation i.('u'erltl. iu cas said property, or and a half cents ; crates crockery, onions, &c., ten cents ; cabbages '
until the expiration of the term for which they may have taken out SEe rJos 1. Be it enacted by the Senate QIIIQIo Representatives any part thereof sho.ild! b1? condemned by said Court as f forfeited, per hundred, twelve: and a half cents ; casks crockery, coffee eight
license. (f the State of Florida in General That then the Sheriff may release said vessel 1 and property \ said cents ; casks cheese, four cents ; casks porter, eight cents ; cattle, t ti i

SEC. 14. Be further enacted That upon all agencies of foreignInsurance from and after the passage of this act, and the appointment of Commissioners obligor! and upon said bonds being filed with said Clerk,and on failure bulls oxen, cows, twenty five cent ; demijohns liquor, two cents;
Companies i there shall be assessed and collected a of as hereinafter provided, so that the provisions herein to comply: with, the condition thereof said Clerk shill under the order demijohns empty, one cent ; furniture, tables! bureaus, &c.,six cents ; ;f !
twenty five dollars. ta can be complied with, it "hal not I be lawful for any ,vessel, boat, of th! ? Court. issue execution reciting the f facts aforesaid, to levy said fish, dry, per hundred pounds, two cents ; furnaces portable, two = i

15. Be it further enacted, That the duties required of the smack, or other craft, may not be Ionia fide owned by resident.; amount and costs agiin: t the goods and claulesluJh: and tenements, celts ; grain in bulk, barley, corn, peas, wheat, and other kinds, per "r 1
SEe of the different Counties, by the 23d section of the citizens of this State, to be employed in catching or taking any fishor and rights of property of the,sai I Ilhli uri hundred bushels,twenty five cents ; hams, each,one half cent ; hogsheads .

act to v hick this is an amendment, as far as regards notice and at. turtle, or for any person or persons not b\mafide resident citizens Src.: 0. Br it further rlllcLl, That the Commissioners and their liquors, molasses oi' &c.,eighty gallons: and upwards,ten cents;
tendance for the collection of taxes, are hereby imposed upon the of this State, to catch or take any fish or turtle on the coast, or in any respective agents shall, in all cases be good witnesses in any suits (hogsheads,sixty-gallons upwards,eight cents; hog beads suarone
assessors of taxes, for the assessment of the same. of the seas, haJI rivers, creeks or harbors or adjacent to any of the and prosecutions, informations libels or indictments under, this act ; thousand pounds and over, twelve and one half cents ; hogsheads sugar

SEC. 16. Be it further enacted. That any thing in the act to which i-landsor keys of this State, with intent to carry the same.out of thisState.or and that tlc testimony of witnesses in pr.q'cltionin rent, may betaken I under one thousand pounds, eight cents ; hogsheads coffee, seven
this is ati conflicting with this act, be and the same is to any market in the State, without first having obtained a ma voce in court, on the trial or upon notice by deposition, hundred pounds and over, ten cents ; hogsheads coffee, under seven
lereby repealed.Passed license, in the manner hereinafter directed ; and if any such person under the orders of the Court, whenever reasonable cause is shown hundred pounds, eight cents ; hogsheads dry goods twelve and one !t

[ House of Representatives, December 19, 1 S 15. Senate, Dc. or persons shall so catch or take an fish or turtle, as aforesaid, with. therefor ; and when a witness resides out of the said District, acorn- half cents ; hampers bottles, six cents ; hampers potatoes, two cents;
Pa'sf out such license, shall ) to sell dispose mission issue as in suits. horses, mules, jackasses, ,Vc.. thirty seven and one halt'cents; iron,
cember 23, 18j. by the Governor: December 27, Ib45.] or carry, or attempt carry or or may ch'j
Appro'e of any such fish or turtle, for the purpo of being carie,1 out of SKC. 1. lir it further enacted, That any party, defendant or bar and pig per ton, twenty five cens: ; iron, h"Jow..are and other lover

CHAPTER 29.! -[No. 2.] this State, or to any market in the State, or shall! receive into his or claimant, a prosecution in rrm, by-irtuc of this act, shall be en- castings, each under forty pounds weight one ; i on i
her Loan tilled to the Court of the State from the final forty pounds weight, bunJrtd pounds three cents ; iron !
AN ACT to suspend so much of the 33d section of the Revenue Law restricts possession, or on his or h'rf' with intent to carry the to appeal per
the City of St. Augustine to the assessment cf not more than fifty a percent same out of this State, or to any market sc State, any fish or tur- judgment of said Circuit Court, at any time before the proceeds of grates, sto'e5c.., six cents ; iron pots,kettles and ovens, with co\"en w
on the State Ta. tie so caught or taken without such license, every person so offendingshall the said, condemned property shall have been paid into the State dogs per pair, wagon boxes per set, to be considered as one piece,
SECTION 1. Be i enacted by the Senate and House of Representalines be liable to a fine of one thousand dollars, to the use of the Treasury, on entering into bonds with security, to be approved by the one cent ; jugs, j jars and other clay and stoneware, ont half cent ;
of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That State, for each and every such oflencc, on conviction thereof in an Clerk of the Circuit Court in said District, conditioned to pay all additional jugs pickles grapes raisins, &C., one cent ; kegs nails, tobacco,
from and after the passage of this act, the City of St. Augustine be ex. of the Circuit Courts in this State ; and the said vessel, boat, smack), costs which may accrue in said court of appeal, should the three cents ; kegs, fifty pounds and under, two cents ; over fifty
erupted from the operation of so much of the 33d section of an act, or other craft, her tackle, apparel, furniture and cargo, shall be forfeited decree of the court below) be affirmed ; and the said Supreme Court pounds, three cents ; kegs liquor' twenty gallons and under, two i
entitled, 61 An Act to raise a Revenue for the State of Florida, and to the State. shall tax all reasonable! costs including: counsel foe,against the party cent; kegs powder, per twenty f.c pounds, six cents ; kegs bis. ,,
defining the duties of the Assessors and Collectors thereof"; appro. SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Governor of the State of appealing! in an unsucccssiid I appeal. cuit, crackers, lard, paints, Scc, one ; kegs shot, lead, tec., per '
July, 1945, a restricts the incorporated State Florida by and with the advice and consent of the General Assembly SKC.: 11. Be it further enacted., That in any suit arising under hundred pounds, one cent ; lumber, timber, boards and other sawed .t
i t per Cent. on the State Tax. of the State of Florida, shall appoint, at such places as may be this act, the general i issue may be plead and this ac may be givenin lumber, per thousand superficial feet, thirty seven and a half cents ; '

SEe fifty 2. Be it further enacted, That the taxes levied within the necessary, one or more Commissioners for the protection of the Fish. evidence thereun.I'r, and no suit or prosecution or indictment shall mahogany, per thousand superficial feet, forty cents ; pipe and hog '
corporate limits of said city, shall be equal and uniform. cries of Florida, who shall be authorized to countersign and issue Ii. bi discontinl'll by reason of the death, resignation, or removal of heads staves, per thousand, thirty cents ; barrel states; per _

[Passed the House of Representatives. December 22. ISH. Passed Senate, censer granted by the Governor, and (lo direct prosecutions in the any Commissioner, but the fam shall be prosecuted to final judg. twenty cents ; heading, for I pipes and hogsheads, fifty cents ; heading, + f
December December 27, 1613 J name and] on behalf of the State, for offences against this act, as i is ment, by the Solicitor, under the direction of his successor ; and if for barrels, twenty five cents ; shingles, twelve and one half cents ;
26, 1S43. by the Gov crnor. ]
Approved hereinafter directed, and to receive the net nma'iit: of fines penalties it should so happen, that iu any case IIn meaning and intention of I reeds and hoops, per thousand twenty five cents ; laths, per thousand, n
CHAPTER 30. \o. 3.] and forfeitures rcco\.ere- for the State, and who shall receive this act cannot bo carried out bjr the r\i'irss |>ioT!,ion3 herein% it twelve and one half cents ; litflitvvoixJ], cedar posts 81JI other logs,
AN ACT -[ of from the : therefor the fees and emoluments hcrcinaficr allowed.!! Such Commissioners shall and may be 1l1JI1: fur the Judge of the Circuit Court to supplythe each one half cent ; nests tubs, three cents ; onions per one hundred I
exempting the Corporation of t.e City Apalachicola defect order.SKI' or strings, twelve and one half cents thousand, s
operation of the 3d ration of an act approved July 24th 1S45 entitled, to emain in office for two earl, subject, nevertheless! to by ropes ; oranges per
.An Act to raise a revenue for the State cf florid, and defining the be removed by the Governor for defalcation, neglect of duty or mal : 12. let f irthrr(enacted., That if the master, or person haring twelve and one half cents ; pipes liquor, one hundred gallons anJ 1
duties of the Assessor and Collectors thereof." and shall also give horI in die sum of two thousanJ] dollars, charge nis.cl found, in the waters of Florida having fish upwards, twelve and one half cents ; pipes liquor, of sixty gallons and

SECTION 1. Be i enacted by the Sl'nae and House. /epretenla. with practice security, to IJe approved by the Judge of Probates! a the County or turtle on ], .flhe( kind usually caught in said waters, anJ upwards eight cents; pipes liquor,halves,under sixty gallonssix cents; I
tm of th State of Florida in General Assembly eonrcnr o where said Commissioner resides, paatle to the State of I'lorJ.and shall not produce to tle' ( 'uOmisiioler or his agent demalJintbe pipes liquor, quarters, under forty gallons, five cents ; pipes liquor,
the Corporation of the City or Apalachicola be, and it is hereby ex. conditioned for the faithful performance of the duties of JII', a license foc(', according to the provisions of this act, eighths, under) twenty gallons, three cents ; ploughs and cultivators,
empted from the operation of&much f the act to raise a revenue for face, and which shall be in the office of the State Comptroller, such vessel, and every person on board thereof, shall bo deemed six and one fourth cents ; pine-apples, per hundred, six cents ; po. t'
r the State of Florida, passed 24th July, 1045- a restricts Corporations and prosecuted, when necessary ted by order of the Gov'crnor. prima, facie to have ,'iulatt.c the several provisions of this act, and taoes, per hundred bushels, twenty f.e cents ; paper, bundle of two
in the assessment of taxes, to fifty per centum upon the State tax : SJ:( 3. Be it further That the Governor of (11:5 State shall be liable to seilrn ) reams (printing) two cents ; paper, wrapping, one roam, large size,
PrOd, That nothing in this act shall be so construed, as to au. shall be authorized to rnartct any vessel, boat, smack, or craft, to be: SEC. 13. Beit further enacted, That each Commissioner appointed two cents ; paper, wrapping small, per ream one cent ; paper, writing ; ;
torize or empower the Mayor and City Council of Apalachicola, to in said lcensc, upon the application of master or owner by virtue of this act, may appoint one or more deputies or agents, j.er ream, one cent ; quarter,ks, under 1 forty gallons and over
the employed which appointments must bo in waiting, and signed the Commissioner tventy, cents ; salt in bulk, per hundred bushelstt entyfive cents I
levy or any ta except upon principles established by the thereof and which license, unless forfeited, as !hereinafter specified i by foe ;
imps regard to State taxation. shall remain in force one from the time of .issuing the same, and ,and in cases of necessity, the Commissioners or their deputies sal, in hags, per bushel, one half cent ; stones, ballast and paving, per
SEC. 2. Be further enacted That all laws and parts of laws, and shall extend year throughout the State ; and the Governor may call persons to their aid ; and it shall bo lawful for such Com- ton, twenty five ct'ntl; stones, mi, large, each twenty five cents ;
i the provisions of this act, be, and the same are here. no longer for this, and place with each of the oml m.slon. missioners, or their deputies or agents, and persons called to their stones, mill,small,each twelve a halfcenls; stones grim. ,each two
conflicting sign
repealed. hhal and, tako his i purpose therefor and for which said Commissioner I aid, to enter on board any vessel suspected of being liable to forfeiture, cents ; stones, quern, six cents ; stones, marble, per ton, fifty cents ; !
Pr. receipt to and seize the same, and take it within the reach of the process of Iho sheep, each, six and ono fourth cents ; softs, each, twelve and ono
Paused House of De- he deem ,
(Passed Senate. December 13, 1945. Representatives shall blank licenses may necessary)
account, a many a afoiesaid.Sue. court, and detain the same until process can be served thereon ; and half cents ; settees, each, ten cents ; stills, two hundred gallons andover
timber the Governor December 24,1645.] Commissioner ?
20,1S45. Approved by be filled and issued said
up by the licenses a issued by virtue if any person shall obstruct, or molest, or hinder such Commissioner, twenty five cents ; stills, underjtwo[ hundred gallons, twelve anda
CHATTER 31.-No. 4.] : : 4. Be further enacted That of the vessel licens. or deputy, or agent, or person called to their aid, in the execution of half cents; sugar boiers small size, six and one fourth cents ; sugar .
of this act, shall contain a particular description and their duty, they shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor, and be liable to a boilers, large and a half cents; tobacco, in hogs
AS ACT to authorize the County of Santa Rosa to raise, by taxation, a sum ed, and a specification of the names of the Owners, lasters heads tobacco ''
exceeding cents in and boxes throe tierces
fine not exceeding one thousand or imprisonment not twenty ; kegs cents ;
oScient for the of Court House and Jail to make forD and dolar
building a provisions residence on any
of said vessel and their ,
aid of indigent persons residing within the County, and to ex- or on change of one year, at (the discretion of jury. i goods, sixty gallons and under, eight cents ; tierces goods, forty gal. ;.
pcunia County from the operation of s much of the act approved July 24. of the owners of said vessel or any portion tlert'of shall bo forth SEC. 11. Be it further enacted, That if any vessel frequentingsaid Ions and under"f\o cents ; tierces rice anJ halves, four cent ; trunks
*D.IS4 .enttlf"An Act to raise a Revenue for the State of Florida and the Master or any of tho Company thereof t e fisheries, and the persons on board of which bhall trade, or in- goos, ctnts 1 empty, three cents ; tea chest: fifty pounds t
vessel is em.plojcd
Defining the dUlie( Or thereof," as restricts said County to one-lialf with reported to a Commissioner before said again there.on manner traffic with the Indians on the coast of Florida, or furnish upwards, five cents ; tea chests, under tty pounds, three cents ; u
t d State tax in providing revenue for County purposes. in said Fisheries, and a certificate of the same any tea chests under horse
shall be them with food, liquor, arms or ammunition, or employ any such twenty pounds, two cents wagons, large two ,
SECTION:1. Be i enacted by the Senate and House of Represcnta.Tlfti and signed by him, and on failure thereof said license thereof Indian as a fisherman or mariner, or in curing said fish on board said tOy cents ; wagons, small one horse, twenty five cents ; wheelb&r. '
> State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That forfeited and void, and said vessel and on board vessel, or on shore, or shall take them on board said ,'essel..the said rows, each six and one fourth cents ; every other article in proper I
J Commissioner of the County of Santa Rosa be and arc be liable to all the penalties and forfeitures by this act created.ball vessel shall bo forfeited, and tho person BO trading or trafcmg with tion to the foregoing rates ; goods lying on wharf more than two '

t authorized to levy a capitation ta upon all persons in said SKC. 5. Be i Vessel further enacted, That said of Commissioners three hundred dollars such Indians, or furnishing them with food, liquor, arms or ammUII. nights after two working days!, to be subject to storage rates ; storage t
I licensed the um
I1ho are entitled to vote therein. exact from every so

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en cotton, per week, for the first and last week, ten cents ; and for come a candidate for any of the foregoing offices 81ml possess the aforesaid, on Monday the day of eighteen hundred and Stc.: 1. Be it further rlrcc That if at any tiuithe ctfTc, ,'

each intervening. week, five cents ; rice, per week: sii cents ; tobacc same qualification as that prescribed for a voter, 're he shal bo do hereby certify that the following is a true return of the Judge of Probates in an)County in this Slate shall 1 be vacant, it of

per hothead, twenty cents ; every other article, the same as its eligible to that office. And no person who shall hereafter con. votes given at said election at said precinct. The whole number of in such case be the duty of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in such:

xvha.fage ; dockage ofvesseltIer I day, under ono hundred tons em. victed of bribery, purjur, or other infamous crime, shall be. entitledto votes given for the office of is totes ; and tint of these county, and he is hereby required (to perform all the dude enjoined.

plorrd, fi'iy! cents ; under one hundred tons, when idle, one dollar ; the right of suffrage. totes A. B. received votes, and C. 1) received totes ; in this art upon the Judge otl Probates.Sit. .

dockage of vessels, !per da;', over one hundred tons, cmploed, seventy. SEC. 4. Be i further enacted, That the fact of a person sailing and that the whole number of totes given for the office of is ( 5. 7'c it {further e nac'c d, 't'hat every such election fll l 11

fire cents ; when idle, one dollar and fifty cents on board of or belonging to any vessel or steamboat, hailing Horn votes, and that of these E. f. received totes and G. IL, re. conducted, and the returns I thereofmtde, as near as play be, arroni.

[Passed the House of Kepr.-aenUtives December, I ,-I5. P"*"* the Senate any place the State, shall not of itself make such person f residentof ceited totes ; and that the whole number of totes given for the ing to the provisions contained m this act, in cues of a general elec

December 15, 1M'*. Approved by the Governor December 19, Isla.] such place ; nor shall the temporary absence of any person from office of is totes, and that of these I. J. received totes, tion.

his place of abode intending to continue his residence there, be sufficient and K. L. received totes and so on, enumerating the whole S'tc.: f. lie it furlfar enacted, That tth"n any officer !hIIJ' p.lected .

CHAPTER 30.-[No. 0.] of it"elf to abate or discontinue such residence. number of totes given for each office and the number of totes given to fill a vacancy in any ccti'f office of a pirticular trt

AN ACT to provide for theI'pointment, of "chert;
Produce and Inspectors of Wad!, Lumber and Tobacco m and fur the ARTICLE THIRD. S ;c. 3. Be it further enacted, That the poll book or list of totes ration only (, regular term limited to the office, and until his successor .

County of Franklin. LMTIOV riitciMrrs.SK shal then be certified after the following form which certificate hal *hal be elected and qtnlified.Stc. .

SLCTIOX: 1. lie it enacted bif the Senate and House convened'of Rrprtsr'I'da.hat \ 1. Be i r enacted That it shall be the duty of the signed by the inspectors and clerk : The undersigned, in"p.'ctOn : llr it further tllatlrc That every person circled to fill a
tires of the State of Florida in General Assembly and clerks do the above be in take his office i bond if
of County Commissioners in each at its first annual hereby cerlil to a correct list of totes vacancy any county olce, give required -
the GOT. Boar county
from and after the of this act, it shall be lawful for b 1 law and the of
passage meeting, or as soon thereafter as com'enientl.may be, to fix and designate received at the in the county of on the da; ; upon tlute his office wltbl free
and for the
ernorof this State tn appoint and cnmrnissi4)n, in countyof after the of hu sion.ITICJJ .
Produce by order in writing, the several precincts or plans in their of 18 at an election held for Governor, for Representative das receipt comli
Franklin such 11'eighers" of Cotton and other Injectors to for Senator for and for
Congress, Assemblymen
lor the respective counties at \vuich i elections shall he held ; and t) increase, county
of Tobacco, Wood and Lumber, as he may deem necessary dimmish or alter such precincts from time to time The poll book and one of the certificates, after being enclosed, sealed .\ TENTH.
as public contcn-
public good : Procided, That in no case shall he appoint more than ience mareqllire.. and endorsed election returns, shall within five das after such election CONTESTING ILHTIO .

six Weighers of Cotton and other Produce, and two Inspectors ofWood SEC. 2. le U further That until such precincts are he coO'cllo the Judge of Probate's Office by one of the inspectors S'tr.: 1. Bi ilfurlhf'r enacted, That if any randidite, of the
Lumber and Tobacco each. enarfec f( to be determined by lot, if cannot and! tiled proPrcounty
the designated by thj Board County Commissioners, it be the they agree or district i contest the election ofaus' 'lsschublvman, he shallgive
be lawful for
SEC. 2. Bc it further enacted, That it shall not sl"1 therein the other shall be b the clerk 'of election .
certificate the
afore- dut; of the Judge of Probates to designate such precincts and iffrmn ; notice in writing to the permwbo.t> election! he
of the ; then'of
Council of the City' of Apalachicola, to nuke any that fi the of Monroe and Dade contests
City : >r counties Orange .
any cause the Hoar of County Commissioners aryl Judge of or Ila writen notice thereof, at the 'house where' such .
sail: appointments. Probates shall tail, to nate such the inspectors be allowed ten das to convey said poll book and certificate last resided within ten lass after person
( precincts, then elections tlicatnais by ih Jud of
duties of the of e
enacted. That the Weighers shal ,;
SLC. :J. Be it
further tothe of Probates's Office.
and Ioh\c. be held at the places at which the election next preceding had Probates expressing la such notice; the |toints on winch the
of \\ ood Lumber Lt'en
Cotton and other Produce, Inspectors enacted That the of electionfor
held. Sic. 6. Be it furl far returns every will be and the of the l
name .f
Judge ( Probates
co, and their charges shall lIe regulated and prescribed under the Governor, shall be sealed up and transmitted to the seat of Government lithe Circuit contl'stee Court who attend the or Clerk
taking of the pawl
management and control of the Board of County Commissioners, in ARTICLE FOli RTiI. directed to the Speaker of the House of Repi sentatitc*. where and when, wil depositions will be taken. depositions,

and for said count) SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That if any inspector of the election Ste.: i 2. Be it furlfar enact/d. That the
party whose election
SEC. 4. Be it further enacted. That it shall not be lawful for an)" APPOINTMENT Ot INSPECTORS. who is
whom the lot fall to certificate
on may or may agree conteysaid contested also take before: either
depositions of
person other than a regularly appointed Weigh<<: Master, to weighany Sic. 1. Be it further enacted, That the Judge of Probates of and poll book to the Judge of Probates' Office, and file the same reasonable may notice to the adverse said of'er. upon

Cotton or other Produce offered for sale In this count;", and an;" each county shall at least ten das previous to any general election therein, shall neglect or refuse so to do, without just cause, he shall SEC. 3. Be it enacted That part;
1 person so offending shall II 1:0 conviction thereof 1 be liable to indict. appoint for each precinct three discreet persons hating the forfeit to the county) fifty dollars, recoverable before any Justice of Clerk, who mat bo further called upon no, tn (!o. >any*h:ill Judge M.IIO Probates, or
siibpenas to
me lit b; the Grand Jury of t said county, and! ] fined in a sum not less qualifications of electors, to act as inspectors at such tl"'ction ; and the Peace in said count the attendance fr! ant witness residing within 'his compel
all .d imprisoned for a shall cause notice of such and of the ) county to give
than one dollar per bale for cotton weigh or appointment. time and place of
and mentioned i
the tune such
less thai month at thediscieitui. holding such election and ot the officers he t6timJJ at pi ice : i i sub;)'na ; and) if
term of not more than six months nor one to elected, to l he postedup ARTICLE': uIvtN'rlr. the of such
..f.1.. j..n., i rack and every ht i.'IIl' so com iiittcd. Pro- at the several. precincts, in his county, within the time aforesaid.JSLI Jet *:. try., lacompe atl'lIuICf witness b; attach.

tided, That nothing; herein shall preterit an; person! or persons 2. Be it further enacted, That (" 'rr.r Judge of Probates C'.VNt',\!x HJIIM.K PRORATES. men
her their who Sf:c. 1. Be it 'I'hat on the lUth day after clec- 81'. 1. Tic i!furt far enacted. That tIle ofnc'r taking such depositiou -
from weighing; his or or own or produce. hal wilfully neglect, or refuse to apooint inspectors, or give further cllrtul any
Sec. 5. llr it Jurlhtr enacted, That 1 said eighers ot Cotton and tte: notice as required in the preceding s --ction, and every person tion, it shall be the duty l' the Judge ot Probates to go to the CourtHouse shall reduce tire same to writing ; either party may examine
other Produce, and Inspectors! ol \\cod l.unherand Tobacco, shall ]uintedan insjiector b; any Judge of Probates who shall without jut t or place of hoUm Corium"sioners' Courts in the county, and or cross-examine any tn-the witness, and rellir his answers to he taken

hoMiheir! said offices for the term of two tears, unless sooner re. cause, ncglec refuse to attend and perlonn the duties of take to his as.isluw', any two Justices ot the Peace of the county, or down, if pertinent points in ; the officer taking the deposition .
'llJiret respectable: iiilubitants of the county, the qualifications !!hal certify the line, and l transmit it to the Speaker of tho
moved b; the Governor.lpjsedthe him, to the county ten dollars, recote-able any any having -

HOUVM Kipresenlatitcs f"t'II.oer! 10, IM%. Passed the Vntte Justice of-the in the count;.. of voters and shall proceed IIIJlic.to cantasand count the IIou-c of" Representatives.SEC. .
., enacted That
Be it )
further ancan'idate of the
December 2.',1',15.: Aj\ j'rutod b\ tht.'GO\t.'rlIH. Deccr.ber.-J.15.: ] Sir. 3. Be it further enacttd That if from an; *ause, the Judge( votes given for. the SP\'f'rall\'rson' otce, as shown I b; the proper
of Probates shall fill to appoint such inspectors, or i: the inspectors returns filed in his office, and if he shall fail or e to exhibit all of district contest t the 1 election of a I)prson to t the >.'ntt he: shall give

the file: in his ofiicc he shall forfeit the dollars notice thereof writing; to the person whose election he contests or
returns to
CHAPTER 37.-[No. 10.] so appointed, or an of them, do not ennead or refuse to perform the on filly
leave written notice thereof at the house where the
) last
AN ACT to Apportion the Representation, of the State of Honda duties of inspectors, the electors attending at an; pi cmct and be imprisoned nut exceeding thirty days. l person resi.
may ap. ded' within twent-five das afler the i hv-the Secretary of
That the shall then mate and Carla
SFCTION 1. Be enacted by the Scna'c and hence (!f Represent point so many inspectors, not exceeding three, as i.iaj be necessary Sc.: : lIe it further uwc'fd, ) State, expressing in such notice the points on which the same will
that the elections
certificate similar b
to hold such election. sign a to signed ; inspectors ,
tires the State Florida General roomed Tlut
of of in Asictnb'y of the
bo} contested and the Judge of Probates
name or Clerk of the
the ra'tioof population upon which shall "e made the apporlionmert SEC. 4. Be it further enacted That the Insp ckr and Clerks, containilJ, in words and figures, written at full length, the whole Circuit Court who attend at the faking! of the deposition and

of representatives, ,,1J.'lIlIe fourteen hundred and filiy, according;. before entering upon the discharge ol their duties, severally of totes i\'cl in such county for each officer, the jnmes of when and wi be taken which ,
take the oath_''I mal the persons for whom such totes for such office were given, and the where slch d'lo.iti'J wi ; contest shall
the constitutional basis ; and the several counties in ibis! Mate hal following ,
be entitled Jo the follow; lug Representatives vie : INcambia: one affirm) that I will to the best of my abilities, discharg' the duties) of number of totes so given to each person ; which certificate shall be
lion h 11 and the te- tim' I taken' in the
recorded the of book be b him for : > Probites case
Santa Rosa Walton Jackson three Cal- the office to which I hate been appointed and and I; Judge in : to kept ;
one, one, Washington one, preserve, pro'ect: of\sserlJhnnn ; but the oibcert iking the deposition shall
that and then filed his oflice. cer-
I hour Franklin four Leon lonr \VakuIla Jtf.fei defend the Constitution of this Mate and, of the I;rind purpose, in
one, one, Gacen one, St Ial'sn; tif} the sinie, and transmit it to the President of the Senate.
'. such of Probates shall
Si lie That
;c it Judge
oii three, Madison two, Hamilton one, Columbia two, Ijjtal two, which oath nn;' be administered b; an authorizes] officer or if there flrtl'r f/ctt.cl o'. 7/c it enacted That no tettnnon shall be
) make deliver chosen at such elec- :1( Jurtfar takenat
out to
Alachu*, one, Marion one, Levy one, Benton one, IIiIKboro i. h one, be no such person! in attendance) one the inspectors shall administer thereupon every person the instance of either arty after the third! Monday of the
Nassau. one, Oran e one, St. Lucie one, )Dade one, M. Johns one, i such oath to the other inspectors and clerks, and ore of the inspectors tion to the oflice of '\ss"I"lyman, or to any county office, a certificate of the Gencral.cmh-. session

Monroe one J'rc uh"/, That if am which the census so sworn, shall admmisti such oath to the jispector: not setting forth; in w.r.l U:annul figures, writel at full length, the whole
CUUltIidI Stc..7. Brig far enacted. That the election
numb.' of\11.s gi i\1 for; .urh odice.) all the number totes given : furl of any person to
returns! hue lot been received, lla'l t : upon said returns, sworn.SEC..i. the (lice }: Circuit Clerk Tax .\
to the !, evidence to such of his election. (' ofh"rir .es"or and Collector, County .
additional member ratio herein established Hi it enact'd That the hate P.OI 'cl.I. person
to an such further full
upon inspectors 1JI also t ( ioler, CooIH>r, or Count >urteor, contested
to administer all that Si: :. I. lie it furtherciOehl, That he hal within two days ) massy b
county shall hate such additional member allowed. And] until the power oaths may be n conductingan
the Circuit Court of the the
election. ulccssar. after the canvass of the \'otl'm his county, as aforesaid, make out a hdir county, on petition any person
of for in the
next apportionment .senators as provided Constitution
certified copy' of f the certificate, signed i b; himself and assistants, claiming to be duly elct'.1 to such office ; the person contesting
there shall be Senatorial Di-tncts this State which
nineteen in
:. !hal showing the result of the election in Ins cOlnlalJ inclose, seal and such election shall set forth in his petition the particular ground* on
be follows The count of l.scambia, shall the ARTICLE 1 HTIL
as :
compose deposit the( same m the nearest po>t oflice, on the mo t direct route to which he intends to rll\to est:iblish his right to such office, and h'l
district the count v of Santa Rosa, shall the second district M\"NNFK OF COMJUTINO FLErTiONS.
compose ; the scat f (Government; directed) to the Secretary' of State, endorsed serve a copy of such petition upon the adverse part, at least t ten days
the count; of U niton, haI compose the thud) district ; the county of Src. 1. Bt it further enacted, That the poll of e'erv election "Election( I Returns." before; prc'senting such petition to the Court.

Jackson, shall fourth district ; the counties of Washington shall be opened at nine o'clock in the morning, or as soon thereafter
compose Sfr. 5. Be tt far That for the counties of Monroe J:(. *. it Jurlfar tnacted. That the Court in
and Calhoun, compose the filth ; the of as practicable, and shall be closed at five o'clock in the afternoon. furt elarted : /I shal proceed a
.hal } suinnar way, to heir and determine the i issue and
Orange and Dade, the Judge of Probates shall not be to ; m to
Franklin, shall compose the sixth district]i ; the county of CJadsden; SLC. 2. Be it further entered, 'I hat the electors tote by required
ballot and !al canvass the totes, as provided in the first section of this article, until give judgment upon the rights of tire partie
shall the set enth district the of Leon shall each offering to tote deliver ballot
compose ; county compose person us or
slll the twelfth day after the election. Stc.: 'J. lie it further inttc/td, That if: by the judgment of the
the eighth district ; the count of the paper ticket to one of the inspectors at board, which ballot shall
; \akulshal compose Stc. G. Be it further naclrd, That whenever (there shall be a tie, Court, the petitioner is entitled to such office, and the adverse
contain the of
ninth district ; the count of Jcfi'ersun, compose the tenth district name or names the or persons fir whom the party
person number of totes Ibran. two candidates hating '. has been commissioned, or has entered the duties thereot'juJ .
or an more
; the count of Madison, shall the eleventh district the voter intends to tote, and also the office to which etch so equal given ; ; lInt
compose ; person the highest number of totes, (other than those duly elected) for the of ouster shall be pronounced against such oartv .','1 '"
county of Hamilton, shall compose the twelfth district ; the county of named is intended b; him to }be chosen ; but no containa :
halolsllal office ofsscmhIJmanl Circuit Clerk, Sheriff, Tax .Vssessor and Collector presentation of a certified cop of such lament te
Columbia: shall he thirteenth district the number of of than
compose ; county of Ju- greater names persons thtre ar persons to be shall
revoke such
val, shall compose lie fourteenth district! ; the counties of Alachuaand chosen at the election to fill such office, except for cointy olbcers, in County Commi"lioncr. Coroner, or County Surveyor, it !hal commission, and commission I
be the duty of the Judge of Probates without delay, to appoint inspectors judgment ot tho Court entitled to the oflice. Costson
Marion, shall compose the fifteenth district ; the county of Nassau which case the ballot ma; contain the name or names of such personor
at the several precincts in his count, and the day fur the such proceeding, in the discretion of the Court.
shall compose the sixteenth district ; the counties of St. Johns, persons as are intended to be chotcn to fill each office in the
of election of to fill such 8.: 10. Be it cnacled. That either
a new a person oce. ( jilrt/le part
Orange and St. I.ud. shall compose the seventeenth district the county, and no more. holing
; 7. Be further cnaittd. That the to stibpenas to compel the attendance of witnesses I
it for such
;( day appointed
counties of Levy, Hillsborough[ and Benton shall compose the Stc. 3. Be it further enacted., That on the outer side of each
election shall not be less than than fifteen and a commission be issued, and depositions ta
new ten nor more days pray
eighteenth district ; I Ihe counties of Monroe and Dade, shall composethe billot when foldeJ, shall appear, written or printed, the name of the
Senatorial office to which the after the official canvass by the Judge of Probates, as aforesaid ; and neras in actions at law.
nineteenth district; and each district shall elect one person or persons named therein is intended to be
chosen follows the Judge of Probates shall cause notices of the time and place of
Senator. as :-Go\'eror, Hepn'sfntati1'c to Congress, Senator,
Assemblrninor holding such new election, to be posted up at the several precincts, at ARTICLE \ ENTH.
{Passed the house of representatives' Pet-ftTibor 21, II 15. Pasco the Senate County. three d, before such election.
December: 2', IblS. Approved bj the GOH'rnr. December 2'J, 1S15,] SEC. 4. Bp it further enacted, That where a Governor, Representative least is PENALTIES. ion MOLVTIM; TiE J'ROnI OF i
SFC.: 8. Be it further cnacltd, That such new election shall be
to Congress, Senator, Assemblyman and county officers \XI GENERAL: : pRotiMoNs.Ste. .

[CHAPTER 3*.-: 11.] are to be elected, the inspectors, or either one of them, shall provide conduced, the totes canvassed, and the returns made in al respects, 1. Be it further That if an person shall guilty
as near as mat be, according to the provisions ol this rwr/ec b
a box at tho of the for )
AN ACT relative to election in this State. expense county, each officer to be elected ; ol wilful and corrupt false swearing, or afrming. when interrogatedas

ARTICLE FIRST. one to be entitled the Governor's box, one the Representative's box, ARTICLE EIGHTH. to 'Ins qualifications as voter, or whtn hi.t.stmonmay be required

one the Selator's box, one the \sscrublyman's box, and one the in an; contested election, or

SECI: 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Representatives County box. ('VtS \ stCRET\R\. ST,VTF.Stc. cure another person to swear or hal wiflIy, as aforesaid corruptly, he shall pro
flsc ,
of the Plate of Florida in General Issembly convened, That Six. 5. Be it furtJur enacted That an opening shall I e made in conviction
1. lie it further enacted, That on the fort; -filth da; after airy on sutler the pains and s perjury.
on the first Monday of October, eighteen hundred and fort-six, and the lid of each box, not larger than shall be sufficient for a sing'eclosed general election for Representative to Congress or Senators or SEC. ti. Be it further enacted, That if any officer on whom any

annuaJ.thertafcr! there shall be held at each election precinct in ballot to be inserted therein at one time, through which each sooner if official returns shall have been received from all the Judges dut; is enjoined in this Chapter, shall bo guilt;' of any wilful neglectof 1

county Stale, an election for Representatives to the ballot received, proper to be placed in such box, shall be inserted. of Probates, the Secretary of State, Comptroller and Treasurer, or dut;, ofany corrupt conduct in the pXfcution of the same, anJ; bethereof

General Assembly.SEc. SEC. G. Be it further enacted., That at the time of opening the any two of thorn, shall meet at the Secretar's office, and open the convicted, he shall be punished by' a fine not exceeJin< five
2. Be it furl far enacted, That there bo held on the polls, each box shall be publicly b of the hundred r
sllal opened ; one inspectors, returns received from the several Judges of Probates, and cast up and dollars.

first Monday in October 1H4G and every two years thereafter, an and exposed, so that it ma; be seen that there are no ballots therein; arrange the totes given fir the office of Representative to Congress, SE( :3. Be if further enacted, That if an shall by
election for Senators at each election: in each in each box shall ; person bribery,
precinct county then be closed, and shall not be until
opened shown other
again or Senators, as by such returns. menace, or corrupt means or dc'icl whatsoeter, either' directly
every Senatorial Distr.ct; represented b; Senators of the first class the polls are closed Ste.: 1!. Be it further enacted That they shall make and sign a 1 or indirectly! attempt to influence any elector! of this State, in -
and there (hall bo held on the first Monday in October 1817, and SLC. 7. Be it further enacted, That when the shahhhave certificate ,ml that b of his ballot giv-
inspectors si :ir to signed ; inspectors elections, contain. ing tote or or to doter him liom git-ing the sane, or disturb
"erJ two ;eats thereafter an election Senators in each county received the ballot of an)voter, one of them, without opening ing in words and figures written at l full length, the whole number or hinder him in the tree exercise of the right of suffrage at

in every Senatorial District t represented by Senators of the second the same, or permitting i to opened or examined, shall deposit it totes given in the State for the office of Representative to Congress, election within this State, held pursuant to this act, and thereof any

class. in the box corresponding in title with the endorsement on the ballot. the names of the persons for whom such totes were given, and the be conticted', such person so offending and convicted shal fined
SEC. 3. Be U fur!l cr enacted, That on the first Monda; in October, SEC. R. Be it further enacted, That the clerk of the election bal e
number of totes gen to each ; the whole number of totes given in not exceeding fire hundred! dollars.SLC .

eighteen hundred and f furl-seten, and every two Jean thereafter, shall keep a poll book or list of voters, which' shall contain as many each Senatorial district for the office of Senator, the names of the '. 4. Be it furlfar enac'ed, That if any officer or other s
there shall be held at each election precinct in each cot:niy in this columns as there are boxes kept each column headed with the title for whom! such shall person
persons totes were given, and the number of totes call out or order an;' of tho militia of-his State, to
State, an election for one Shed; one Circuit Clerk, one Tax-As on one of the l bows and the of each elector appearor exercise
shall be
toting, given each which certificate shall be recorded the
tl ; by Secretary on any thy during election to he held b; tirtue of thi act J
sessor and Tax-Collector, four Count.Commissioner one County written b; the clerk in the column of his pol list, and the figure 1 in his office. except in cases of invasion! or insurrection, or except in obedience to,

surveyor, and one Coroner, for each county. shall bo placed opposite each voters name the several columns of Stc. 3. Be enacted That
: it furlfar the Secretary of State shall some civil magistrate, to suppress riots or enforce the law he
SEC. 4. Br it further enacted, That on the first Monday in OCt the officers toted for, and the form of the poll book shall be thus : rnrneliately! cause such certificate to be published[ in one or more forfeit the sum of one hundred dollars to the county in which, shal

tube eighteen hundred and fort-six, and every two years thereafter, List ol. Voters I Keprestntjtixu I Senate I sf tnbhiiun I Count> I (;OHrll.r, newspapers printed in the State, for the information of the public. fence is committed.Ste. of
there shall be held each election I 1.\ I
at in each in this | to Conjrn-ss | I
county Stc.: 4. Be it further enacted, That the Secretary of State shall ;. lie it (further enacdd, That every person who shall fraudulently "
State, an election for Representative to Congress. SLC. 0. Be it further enaclid, That an; a make, and transmit to the chosen I the -
Senator of
-Iersol -ihimscf sign person as in each or deceitfully change tote any elector, by which such
S/-C. 5. Be U further enacted That the first Monda in .
on October
; qualified voter challenge, and it shall district certificate
s may a containing the whole number of totes given in elector shall be pretented from toting for such as he intended shall
eighteen hundred and lort-eight, and everyfuur years there. spector to challenge every person of'ring to tote whom he shall his Senatorial district, and the number given to the person elected, forfeit fitly dollars to the county in winch the election is held. ,
after, there shall be held at each election precinct in each in know not to be and shall be the
county or suspect duly qualliet as a voter, it as evidence of his election. SE G. Btilfurlfar enacted, That if
this State, an election for Governor.Stc. < any ,person shall, at the same
duty of the inspectors to examine person as may bo challengedupon Stc. .">. Be it further enacted, That when any person shall hate election tote more than once for the same candidate f for the
G. Be it further enacted, That when a Circuit Court is his oath affirmation to be adimnisteied of them I same of
or elected
by one been to ounce of Representative to Congress, the Goter, flee, or for diftrent candidates for the same olhce. shall
held in a lor more than one all the or vote twice
county county, qualified electorsof touching his qualifications as an elector, and determine upon the nor shall make out, sign and cause to be sealed with the seal of the on the same day, he shall, on conviction, bo
each county for which such Court is held, shall otc in such election adjudged ; of a
of his tote.Sic. guil
legality State, and transmitted to such person, a certificate of his election. misdemeanor, 'md be fined not exceeding dollars
for Clerk. 10. Be it further That the inspectors shall SEC G. Be fifty) imprison-
Olelee possess it furlfar cfaced, That when a tie shall occur, or an not exceeding tlm'l month

full authority to maintain regularity and outer, and to enforce obedience equal number of '"I'S be given for any two or more candidates ha,. tt Ste. 7. tint Jurtfar (' Tint if an-
ARTICLE SECOND.QVALIrllATIOX (( person, on day, or
their lawful commands the election and the
during ,
( the
during ing highest number of totes for the office of Representative to at an} time hl\t'l'l the commencement of election
any for
OF tOTFRS.Sir. canvass and counting the totes after closing the polls. Congress or Senator, it shal be the duty of the Governor to i issue Iris in t tins chapter and the close of\f the canvas t thereof the provided

1. Be tl furlfur enacted, '1 hit every fieo uhitr nude por- :.:c. 11 Be it further (enacted., That if .in; person shall refuseto prcaluation, giving of such fict, and appointing day, not hal without the authority ofaw: frautufl'/tly! destroy I.an;inspectors oflFiebal!
the lawful commands of the b .
non of the age of l enJ-one tears and upwards all who shall boat I I obey inspectors) or ; disorderly conduct less ilccr.l. nor more than 1(11)days after the issuing of such given, and received at such election, or lake, away or abstract
in their and disturb
the tnnr of offering to tote, a citizen of the United States ; and presence bal interrupt their proceedings, proclaim) a f'W elec tion.Si li'ol any ballot box an of the ballots sogiveinorreceived.or put in.

who shall hate tended, ard had his habitation, umii, Illl and they ma) b; an order in writing, commit the person so offending to Il: 7. licit further enacted, That if such tie occur in any election to "ucl ballot box an.Lallt'} unauthorized by. the lawful penmssiot.

place of permanent abode in Honda, for two years next precedingthe jail for period not exceeding five t'as. for Representative to Congress, the se\rl Judges of Prohatesthru of inspectors, shal hl dec'm"d guilt of a ni'sdemeanor, and j

election at which he shall offer to tote, and who Jhal hate at Sre. TJ. Be it further enacted, That SUel order "IH.IIJC executed llut the State, shall appoint inspectors, and give notice thereof shall fur each offence, c.1 conviction thereof: 1 be punished h fine not-
I b; any sheriff'or constable, or if none Il present, I b an; person and ol the time b the Governor for the five ;
such (lime, and for six months immediate ly preceding time, had ) appointed ; holding same exceeding hundred dollars, or b imprisonment not exceeding six

his habitation domici. home, and place of permanent abode in the deputed by such inspectors in writing. at the \l'rlprecilcts in his county. months, or In boih.Si. ) .i

county in \bih may offer to tote, and who "hal 1 be enrolled in 8.:(:. H. /irthereuactr'd, That if such tie occur in any election ;.;. d.: lie it furl/n'rrnjc'rd. That it shall I be lttsfd for a majon-
ARTICLE SIXTH. I fur: Senator, I he several Judges of Probates in the Senatorial dis. the = -
Militia IhfrC'of(unless b; law exempted frm setting in the mill ty injectors of any election hold in pursuance' of this chapter,

tlC,) shall dC'If'tl a ( qualified elector at all elections under this ,\c ('ANVASS, BY l fr.: TORS. (net, in which, such tie arose, shall appoint inspectors to hold suchelection to execute aU! the duties and trusts required. to bo executed ... the

and none others, except in elections! by general ticket in the State or SJTJO 1. Be it further enacted, That us soon as the poll of an and give notice thereof, in like manner. inspectors of any such election.. ;

district prescribed by law, in which cases tho elector must hate beena election shall have been finally closed, the canvass and count of the ;:('. J. Bi itJurthrrnwrled, Thai the terms of office of the eve- ,

resident of the Slate two years next preceding the election, and totes shall commence, and "hal be public, and shall bo completed .VRTICLE NINTH. ral county officers;, (except those elected J to fill vacancies) elected hj 1 a

six months in the election district in which he offers to tote ; providdrd before an adjournment b;" inspectors. SPECIAL ELECTIONS: TO FILL \ ,VC.NCIKS.Stc. (the people ol (the several counties at the general election, shallcoramenceon -

that no soldier, seaman or marine, in the regular! army or nat; SEC. 2. Be it furl far enacted, That each box being opened, the : 1. lit it further enacted. That when a vacancy shal occur in the day of election, and shall continue until their succea- 1:

of the United States, unless he be a qualified elector of the State ballots contained therein shall bo taken out and counted ; and if two the office of Representative to Congress, or in the office an; Sen. SOlS are elected and qualified.Stc. i

previous to his cn'uttuent! as such soldier, seaman, or marine, in the or more ballots shall he found folded together, they shall he bedestroed. ator, the Governor: shall issue his proclamation giving notice of that '. 10. Be it f further cllecd, That this chapter shall take effect t

regular army or navyy of Ihe United States, or of the marine service, SEC. 3. Be it further enacted That no ballot properly! endorsed, fact, and appointing 1 day for B special election to fill such ,'acancJ. as a law", from and after Us passage and approval ; and all law, or

shall be considered :resident of the State in consequence of being found in a box different from that designated by its endorsement, shal SEC. U. Be it further enacted, That if such vacancy occur in the puts of law, now inn f tree on the subject of cltctIIB, be and the .j-

stationed within the same.SFr. be rejected, but shall be counted in the same manner as if in office of Representative to Congress or Senator, the several Judgesof same are hereby rC'peaIe.1, excepting such laws a> relate to the election

2. Be i further enacted That. when any person shall claim the box designated by such endorsement. Probates throughout the State shall perform, in like manner, The Justices of Peace.Pa :

a right to vote on ground of his ling? a naturalized citizen, it SEC. 4. Be i further enacted, That the cant"ass being completed, same duties as is required in the case of a tie. [ wl Hou( "'> of Representativesleeem(, 21 rentte.De-

shall be the duty of the inspectors of the elections to require his certificate duplicate result shall be drawn up by tho inspectorsor SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That when a vacancy shall occur c:mbtr at, IM;. ,\pj rovtd l hJ the l.ottruor; LVcuulur I. lsPass| ?>, "1 ,l5! ]

of naturalization to be exhibited or a certified copy of the clerk, containing words and figures written at full length, the whole in the oflice of any AssmlIJman, or of any Sheriff!, or Circuit Clerk :

came. nut no free white male inhabitant who was an inhabitant of I number of votes given for each office at such election, the names of or Tax Assessor and Collector, or Coroner, or o'

East Florida on the (tenth of July, eighteen hundred and twenly-one, !, the persons for whom such totes for such office were given, and tho any County Commissioner, and the Board of County County Commissioners Surveyor, Best Jolt of tlC Ntaw. Tin Mexican Society for uniting the

or of West Florida on the seventeenth; of July, eighteen hundred number of totes so given to each person ; which certificates shall be bo thereby left without a quorum, the Judge of Probates shall North American Republics met in-the city' of Mexico' last month,

and twnt.ne, shall be required to produce or exhibit any proof or signed by the inspectors and clerk) and shall be after the following point a day for a special election to fill such vacancy, and shall also ape and passed (tho following resolution :

certificate naturalization! in order to entitle him to tote at tny elec form : appoint inspectors to hold such election at the

tion. County of ) SS. YVe the subscribers, inspectors and clerk post up notices at thin several 8c'erl precincts, and Rr\olrrt That the! annexation of the United' States of ormCrca

Src. 3. Be it further enacted, That every person who shin he. Precinct of $ w,- an election held at the precinct and county before such eection.thereof precincts, at least three clays .\ to the United States of Mexico, j U ( he the great national

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We commence I January in, iv j.,. I' rt ot: I I'h. nvsiciaiis "ud.I. I iaiitei :\ J ( Judk, 7..uh.r.ala l't.1t'lcr lies),
and Resolutions pa sed at the late session of I .a serious eviltahb 1 = --- -- .- ._ \.I I a' tic'} :s w ;irran1' d gin! ',-iahlj /me for r.*AHe \!Mitt VI' Or TS n' Jtll'd.m I lti.i.: VmnId :\d'l,it..I'.f'" :. i ,-,. v : t ::
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the State been acquitted on a trial: lor .tntlt'zzll.tnt'nt ef the I UOK ,I. 101:Gil. CAMPHOR, .nd ('\TtI.\JTI -\Yt-rl.-tt Ctel! Jc.u.e lees (' .1. I. C
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cf political interest mtli ';irr 1 nt; this stau S.ud () : t and! best '. .. t. I .j., ,.._
being New Yt'ar'IIU.lY. the l're id"nt's tiecn"s ( Ip..t pUs'trr ever tCrnlfi t tbt P'I:! : (' i ( f.mi"1 Leet.; 3ttewithi ,- J.f ::1. II
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thronged titters "
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we cannot After a month cf d..tlit's. anti wen mudl >iii..k il ttin j HELIGH 1 .' t l;... me
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set ere- by \iol.alllO'
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hall publish anetrateitotek.Waat hrs in (rat; cihiny, :,nl no doubt! 1 their bark [UU'I Asthma ,
ins "pring weather and our streets arc crowded with way toNxith !. Plet-dins at flue LMHJH. ( ontump- Mflurmucy '
arolina U. will( LU .' s>-J*> tor their < -
of corarn-U ui to omit an editorial (n fashion and l eiuty aprreheiisiemand t i Pjmptilt" r."lalll' S J fI.mrll TIM' 0ii.uetsun
room d-li\r> to u. at tin .illunl | lantatioti.on 1115 c.'rtiticatet Irom I'r"">rw in luirli tr* idini:. res.K.Ttinit TIM.h"I" Itmb't t I

the subject of Oregon. and the probability of war the Mi< t.3, ,,KK L ILl (it I"| |f..r 'it||tier., [ ; valua'ilt! ttS.tts, can be had rotib .al'I I novc.Iaj Julia \Ii-Ih \ X .

Ue refer to our \\ahmcton corrc i>onJct.t thiswetk \\'c publish the following communication, n \ \ 1Jr. TI"\SO. (pl?% III& a. above. Jr'wn .'ieldi. C 2 Minim henry t

of the probable poMliotj of thine JOHN KiM I nrR. T.iilahasiariiujr I 10, ]l"I'i.| .', ft I Brftwo J W 3 Mtt'Irl.J..l'Ioim
for a statement I I uLich we have rpc"i\od froma highly rct'ec*. JetTtrs n <"'IIM\| .1.in ut I I"I 1M ;. fl. Cutld Cob S II IMiun John L

this* subject at Wahaton Account ol the reception I able' !source em'wKhinjj' as it tiur;, ;the :?JJli- --- --- ---- A |>ali< IIK ol.i I.aiitl ('oni {>aii} i FLurry J.u :IurittIr, ( .uibau ins' J'
the Mei2e in England are aus- [;:.::8J. E-.r .fiZ:! .JU E
of hatrhn"m
Irt'.idtnt'l of \. I.L per-tons are I'h.ln"rll.(1 ...t to In'i|'as"V -". frCall Thmi1Lu1bTYio .
isbelievcd however that it will t undue a gt'lItJt'manwl ..ic'ju.iinU \\ith
iou lv lookt'Ir.. I I nor to uiaUt us 'i :, i'r (.ninii it wast in i't\ UtlI. jn l\I.\ Doctor

produce no luting excitement lucre will IM norar the subject : lawful manmr .ci tin Itids tl t tlu .\:.. l U dI"I.; !i iI i it.iifrD4it n 11'K, an M

satined ol that-at I least about ; : : j I Land Coin "III' ss huh li ha' .' not 'M.t.ti r.giijarjv: tinbv *- foIl Maj Julia Michael Win hiIuirkt.t '
we are On'gol. Mu. EIHTtlR111 \iew of the disturbed I ". ,. ,'. 01 I Tbt18t...
,, 144u u*, tlr < tir c..mpdt'ial a.,'nt ..r .. -cut. I 'rt- (;iu T

Fia" REPPn TATlvE.-XO report lias vet state oJ euir political 1 rel itioiis. the IIH IIP) pres t -, AI Iff'r'I..I,>r". as tin |H:mt\! >l the law ul U. .'rictl\ Hall 'dm Stt.tn ::2 Ic'mlld. Mo. ti1... wh.urts'r' I

Mire ill (;irt.it Britain arising from the I >.1 1 Ion...d a-Taiiist sib ol:tud'>. 1 1t'.lictflon" St.lln..n 1\1 t, frI' r. J.,1 III ,. ,.
e itraorJman
,4. made in Con res relative to the contend seat '
bet ; I rail road :\ ItO lot nuUi. fur ]'uru'hu'' s.I.1 .tst" orth 1lakt.: :obe.tV \I-ir1. G.; 'a .muittkatn' .

I between Me*.5:1. Cabtll" and Krockenbroucb. Rir {rculations there, and I < ,'r,' use, !"r tin II'HioiJX'M-d! (It p<,rti.iii .r !Ir"'I! I rm 2 MarTin Will .1 '.
the d
ort' itate tnit the Committee on Elections will re- deficient grain crop in that: couutn and I of sal I Unti- l 1\ inn ansi haing in counties of V.akolta n.atwriht D..MJD Moor,. Mr.. bsaj.Hirtoun q .1..uI'; :, .' : .., .1 ..

J in other part of Europe it is dil-: '. e.jd-Klt; sits I'rank! known Willis Mural ('uldule;
portin faorof Mr Ca' *ll, by a tote of five to four. exctedmpU rui > ciscs 'IIni; :nT.KeS in. Sue as "n'h.t" ,. ,, -, T -
ficult obtain I : the" FurtI'urch. to dnlatitboria.d H.-o! r unc.nt 'lurat Madam
to data which our aent.Mr .
the ,
week will bring the result upon 'future .. fI.t: I' I" : ,, I ." I. ,! I. _
Vest presume ofthe 1I11 uni.t!lund t I. ml rin, I 1111'11'1"' I Oat I.f' Jxiius I:. iItrr> rR, in tin \irinit\ of QHIII<*>. It.hT Jonathan N I ,
course cotton markets ts.itla aI"'I"I n ,
be ) 01'i t '" h : .0.
may predicated. ( .
rcmowil his i ,,IHIKT \\ .ir. (h.nn t. thbuildincli < JtrSII'1i mI.O\"HLU, (toward John Nnrment'Jum W : .
Supreme ('our-tatf of Florida. i i. In the absence ofMich unusual I,it.e : It ss .1' ,pL.i; i ui! III tie Li ; ..; :\1. o rut I'n
iiifhuMire-s. "cC'lI'iull11tr] & ( 0.. ne\t dlMr LFU'ls (TIITIS. I r'ft'n JO'ln' A 2dl W S

Th nunrenie Court for the State of Florida, the invariable Jaw ol, bupplj and demand tu Terk ManuUctnn. in th.' r.:ir ol w huh h I Tnn>tfff vj Vit .Ijialarfitcvla Luul Co. Iagrth: .\ Nicks len lii I I""tr"r,' ."...,' it'"!\.111111:... fren A.; I..hf"Yj". .(,..'It.\\1'I 'I I'' .., ,I. ..:Ut'M f

at the Supreme Court Room at the Capiol. in \\ouldexercihe its lecitimite influence and intend to carr in the bti-uw. .I T (' \ !r"'l-r January I:), l4t'j.; C (a I. -*
nrt .
; : Sat \ mme'i I" '1.\\ I I. I. ", t ..
1 Ia"t. Judaea T. il the product of the United MAKER rXmRTA KI-r and I I'HOI/JTI:KEIt-nd ----- -- ('amlemnant John (Tljsev Racy TI,.. .
thi.cty.! CU <,1I.\ n"IIZII.wd t4t.iitM did nut I hu4 .I.li..HI. :ltl.r.I '1Ia" u "' ''t' '1t
\'llp"'l'artd to e\ "<'utt' siy orders in ( ilb,'r A 0114;4>. ('ulltlin IJam Dr C G or k-.ne Daiusrlre'Mre
resen'. exceed 300,000() ) bales in 1' of li iii': mlii' H..t'.r I ; I It'. Lr.'tiimt..n! : .1'.j'/ : ( :
1 ( above
( -40
iuzla ,
D f it < brancLe
) I
of Ins t he.cl. (;
uii-1 ; >d! iluh! 2 l' .
auth..ri/nj .
rpjin rs-zn ajr 'n( flf the (iii ('I..t.I;', it .\:... 11"101111: I"'''ni i' : 0 0 5. 'l
i., v' JuJze Hawkins of the Western Cir- would be reasonable to He is pnnu'eil with the l materials ('rosinami S"I41tid N Paul I .
( TUfdl anticipate some irnprorement cot? for the JL TrialarhicoU Land Company, Samuel C 3 ".01 I 11I'' ; tl.. 1' c.-s. ., : 11.. I'r..r "- i! 'f.

rait arrived and the Court was oUI7f.: There I in prices abroad, on the present manufacture of new articles of Cabinet I urnitire, .i- |.rearet! to -cil 1 or rent such portions, and lrjtt ( uu.en Mrs ltiza P.ar'MJi.s .f..j John 1:1..1..1: : ,3ii'l.t : ... t'eu'.n: t' .

such as Secrelan ot. Ilureain. Tables IIf'd! t '..,I.. of lan I within tin Fur!." Tun basr .lla1101 hiu.ut lurk .TotnD 2 Ptnsianrc Jubn S l IFr
bi" been no selection of Chief Justice, there boneet (quotations taking it for granted, that foreign hairs i.. ../I'l'I \ : I', > '. (? 1'.1. .
&c., Xc, in the( neatest and t ..rl Ttst E'unaa: % Jams l'illk'nn r.lilnn
no | ( rul.rl dispttitd bind l..ifirt ( P. .
omptnt r Clt I .I I tn' 1'lik. I '
$ !
would lie
\ a vacancv in the Jud. >hip cnptioii ot Hinutue 4 'rIM..iI Duet I', blt. Linctintb | .
: s.in.ii inttrv IM had
M w m.t' w :tie thtin1!'-< ri"'r al ..!( ,r':'i." itt ti't ii. JuJi-e Carmack nol harms accepted and qualifij I season ; a reasonable presumption wh-n} we tlr i in (lie iifi:htw rli'.,(1 l ot Ijuinrt" or 1..1"'r\,s ,' .nlaDd l\.J. Sq.tD f tol.det ft': IIfhtadhu Uth .\,f.. l 1' ..Ii 'SI; .."uN .; ,: .

Jude I.ugla hI acting; Chief Justice in the consider the improvements m machine and IF would return his rnt,-fnl thanks to tbi citizens dir.-<.ted to him through (lit IW Odnes at that r Th. Marj Q I mui'-n' bv..tHtltlll I i.'II!: : '' '' "' ; I I II

tntertm the extension of manufactures, in countries "I TalUha-see for the liberal! "afrnna't" be has ai- lint. and Tall! ae.JAMEST... I lilt' Writ (ti'sjt 5..nuw,1 t t.a.-",arMar.aw-, 1:" r .l:: .: '
reads received and rt pcrttalt! .s.I icit a rontutuanrtl D Il :
i: PFTT\FR. .'/ ,/
IKkii .
hitherto > On Tuesday the Docket was called over. number passne in that branch of indusfr l their taoras he lnl:.' bilnii ? I."m J .Jwrt 'iniffusDuit -
} s to 3
|' uiti ati cftlit Truifof ft' .Ipalarlttrola Lund CJjniuo .. J .. :
J ; r 'iKler* tl" I:.i.ti.:ti >n i.! I' -
ing twenty.e cases, several of which have l Ill Mexico, pain and I Itah', are comparatneK faction tll all who mav cm him their .irdi'i- both in in, l 1"11 t ;. _:> l\. D\ Kitter J".t'IIJ C I lie I' .iftlfltelit Vl tbf '.rIII,1! Ilimf'rv .. '. I'
transferred to the United State Court for trial, new customers, tit purchasers, and Prussia is price r and quahtt of (his work -- -- --- ------ .---- [l"'al Mr (ha,. J..si ;I'll 1)Insal J I I w'lttt!Ii, w'IIh\"f"fI lie *c.'>.. .j I .. .' ,. I :

extending her in that January !to. lsIti. _-, Sale 'l'u'sla/, 13Jaluary., 1, 1G. Muse n..rid.i R.and..11 .'athari.It'\ J .,ht.lli"lI.) "ittwut jdditmn : ., : .
when or nlzt"d. Three cases hue been argued before operations vaLeav.'. msmm.nt (Ira ai..Ls a ," I m.." ....1 I f ,c[ I < am' i i ;_ .

the Court MZ : ing out ot \'icthe circumstances, pecuniary)' Taxes .:u.I L.XC4'nlor's Sale. Dav is :dni"ji.b ''Joshuai : : ; : I if.

Frederick. R Gotten aipellanUrs! Robert W William l- and political before referred to, it might there I und!,'ricne J having been appointede WILL IK fM on Tin'*d.n. (he I:tlh JdnUIt'', al I : P.av WBIItotVrtttm tcOIllUli..im.u .".. ":::; :imt;.i* I: cer. <. ..

*, Trustee, appellee argued and submitted Jan. Jute be assumed that if the} production of cotton i TilT tin Ilex inn fr fh h ,. ('owitol. LeonOrttxprp or late residence if (ren. Eh B W In aker, Edmonton Ludknr L 2 John J jJI I in < '!>.im'<">') .

in the nited Mates this A does imf !I ; 'ntxiar. I.t'rf"'y :",. n.i ic. I 1.1; be will atu nd deceised aMit ei.'lit mil's north east 1.f'1 Tull.has- Everett \Vm N Kobursteance I : hR: 01.1r.: 5 .: (TI. (f a I Jv, r',' in Has" r's.ruh .
uarv' S 1J'*. ear I j titt, aid: wifhin tin half iii'a mil if im rt-'ui.h.rve.| Ele M XI J.uda U'l .. !
Ilaz M
l at the loildvMiii: places l for ll' I r. 114, tn "I'
Tnlrjlfl..t .'
Noah Thompson appellant, r.. R \\ Williams go beyond t,30U.OOO bales, some improve? a l 11.1 t of taxable ;propj\ ot tht. inhabitantS> r..IIll all tin |1'\f'nJlilt.I.' proi!..rtlielonjrin! t.i: tl. t.s'jteot I.Ins Joseph C C S .. ; tilt ui.!.'. J.I\; t.I'' II'' tl be s.m-ri.ir r' t .

appellee argued and submitted January S.IS.16. I me nt in prices abroad, might be CII''C.tl. I5u- I \t Hlocker* X Koads on \\Veiliit-Mijt.: Jan i.. tht aid Iii (Uhitttkir i on-.stinir .)f tdtsardJjao i\ Sel1le't n.-rnant tUM !... f fi'' n' t .; )r.!lifidiu :tr U' Ii i iI'' > I .

RchardThitaker,apl'el lant,"s. Charles Morrison, this cannot be done. \rc cannot discard from .: Ilords'stort, Micii) o<(kie. I liurs.ljv 'Jd d.; I II"r.HI.In,., ( urn. I iald.r. ..ittl,.. II"I .,. Hus.. F *:hay John t* 2 i I *> l.len, \\ft\\. .i J.'!.. fl'rxlll. t.um't; .II .' "' .1 ..

our consideration, the circumstance alluded (..ntn.v ill. Atadenn }ridat 'J:;d'd" holt I and Knhfii Furinturt. one Cd rr 1iC., u.(1 H irirtsis t n1t'v MAT Smith I' P 2 I JJUH M \\ lJ.\il-K.t d.1t 'iH!!t. i.: (1'.: Ut :

appellee argued and submitted January' 9, St6. In just Manninztnn! "s:turdav'. nib' tI.l > two Ua o'.s, and I I'lantoltillll uttiisila <{ e'. Sr.description. .'. II'rf'Sl i watt'I:Miss i .\Jn4tltdA Siubbt'bt.od! : Thomas i oinii'i.;"n .r- alit( u.td then in, 1
John I). the Lnion to. forming an opinion uj on the subject Ivd!
The fourth case Edwards Getlrf"l' Viiuf". Mtiuud; .tithi Nicholas Sjoet"r; : Mrs M }
dOl i hiLL LXNtfSn TOR filLf; :.
heard v e-tcrdav we must gne due tight to the extraordmar tort tredeuu 1 Ti:R M*.-.("ash on all s tms nndt tvr,.t>tiloar|! : rlt.vd ioU 2 Slia.vDrLSVlctchtnr ..10i
Bank w as partly on ue da\ '-!h do
>' influence we have mentioned I'ort Stalht.ur't..liJI4.d a credit of HX months will I Iw I"t"n fill all -iiniovtilwttit \IoetUO S..tli 1'1 L i P,',.r.. th( C'l.rl ll.".,. .. iii i,. ti. T ," < :- 1 -

Agricultural ocietj must 'take each : we I Court H.u.e. ill Tallahis\', '.ih do \. dolor*, the |.'irrli.i.s 'r gin iiis s.\ti,ta< I"n I'aiunst Miss Amiailuu lIIitil W..trt'a S"limwcrti .: .1 :.Iti.t" tl.: '..,.,f' .' .' .: i .'ciu: .n'. ... .., t e .u.t

teparatelv : trace, if we can, ,1..I"th. and Thiir'div.a h.Fr bond and swturitv% adore dt-'ivcrv' if th, artld.! > pi.rchasf Johutu L 3 ..l., t"irbaiikJ 111..1111 ; : .1 flsu': ;' -'d. t ;pr ..:'. 'C. i.iu : : ;
The follow of for, the its and Sjturdav :.Ut JanuarvJ .
; proceedings a meeting separate independent effect and then ..
1 I. purpose of forming an Agricultural Society in this it is possible, a combination of the effect of I, nuarv J 111.1'11;. 23 OHO (V. 1n..CIJIXS.'otkc. \ls>. if vit I'rf'riml J U rented, will rw rtntttl 1.'r G Ssmms bald I I nut tt1 <'r.on. st'it. ... I I' ,i- .. 'j! 'HIi: tl. l. us iiot .. :

J Dllitnct.ih'w that our citizens are awake to the im.ortan'e the \various influences exercised, will lead tisI I, the rntwins.ye-.Ir. flue pUntatinn b*'ioiMiini; to the "afT James Smith lIantlin I '{'iiitc< inJM! ( "IIII l 1'u'i, ,. .s..1! .' \ '.i ::1 .s

Societv the conclusions i tate. c" :rM* iiis? of about :JM acres of < It.and iind, IIIWIWI'IQD Du S..b Mrs kt : I 'h. d''l'tItilt n w ii's tm .. ,. "i 1', .. ': .1 .u| I IcixiOiin Z.
of the The .
subject meets on to within the bmnxK wi-s-k. ,
of prtilence.I Ii'ltln ilti'r datt I sh.ill '
the lion .
appl* to ,. .
emit HIM order for !I'i' "I I IUit
4io.lGnseeand in m.ikiiii a crop.RtCIIU. t ;r. .I1r soo.-'rstr.am II. iw o:: : : '' : .'
22d .. lien ill* hoped,ttat're"ill be a s erv I Fir t then the disturbed 1 JuJzt' ol I'ruhdh..f .!' m-t pen- > state of our political I >n untv leave WHlT.\KEU, '' !
ell the '
eral attendance of all interested : relations must be looked to ; that is. the I to real estate Ui'liarn! II. Kuuatriok, late J.inuarv 4. 1'1': 1 _tIIIID t,1Nt John I. 2 S1..lruter Cart jut "r'h "I! VV. -t. ill th <"UI\ .,n ,..*,.i.; ." .iliiifi "' .. .l1)
of said
probable effect ofthis on cotton. It ith C..mh', d..a..td! : said real enlatt Iwiiu; awl - -- -- -----.- -- '- - t ;aflMkn; (:ut J. StJ1. 1J.1ludf aiu i.\m.lo..r..Ur.I., l 1\: '. ..t ,. ilM t"1

Public .Tie-finis. (; Britain war w i being ill Jefferxon ( "u'iU aforesaid All\ I itersons intiTes'ed JUST JtrCII\'I UY J. I B.. FOITUNE, ri,. Eleanor 2 SbeieIr4 Jehnretu l.5,. Ci i C 1.tlIIIn d arid.I. t I. n '. f ..' the -. t :v. I' tIf; 4ft'
>.1 a meeting of Planters and (otler of Middle' reat is threatened prices must tend will tak fin. n.tit.e there"fU .. f I'r.. .
f; iliodwv Shade 1) 1tithiu lot \iiiu : .rt .5 Iii lot I: "rr"f"r" *

Florida assembled at the Court i louse of Leon count upward abroad, because difficulties and risks i!'I t \. \\t \i!xLLLdm I I ii.Baa-el-Nnv Ori\-'.:UH. 1 Matk Sujar,rtl, ; Miss ("I IrIf'ftt. T tll1..i"II", I:' '\1'_ ."d':11I} nO i T ,.1- : .' I.-Is J ,..

on the Mb uist, it wasfriolrrd. will offer! in transportation. I In I the I'nited.. January 1 M), H-l.; IX: T. j"J. HI:IK, his Solicitor h Kre tim Put: 't'r, ';ram \n"ihlald' T'lOke Mrs Anna ill *.tI "ii':tx .' < ;ae%>*i'-i. .u'. :
itt .
That it is expedient to form an Agricultural States, the very opj o-ite will he the e.ff.ct- ( *. d"/. lol.atta Ke.tehnrm, S..tmble 4rs Lsntitia Tuizul Dr FerdimaaaajG&Uereaae It.a\s. \t/ ; Si,,I' i._' i'! atn t r ; \ 5t.-. : I. .
!i t C" : 1.1" ,:. ; '. I \ '. .;
t "
Tuae a"'I.t"t1IIoI'I.I'
Seriuiuetjra Ezekiel '
i 2
will PrattcU 'I lit
decline. z. *
For rnt2
Prices abroad trill Salf.A ,
Middle prices lie ,.. ..
Sjetetv to be called the floridaArieutural Grt"Mlt.tt S is.t lit r l..>tr 'hit-frti : htet't J u'>, t
barrels l ri..d l A ph ,. l'kwmapaon IliAf ;
| !
maintained because the MippUill be inide.quate WELL seluc'tdhuseelawoi.! Librir' or tie .. d --1 'Sit N. 'i '
: Society 1 tI.2. 'i\ iv )1'1':1": *'':''- C..u.11rup.. ;r en 'hn Tau1 So.lil I : r'i C t t rtv I : .1 I .
to the demand under such circumstances.Next I irottt approved; njhsh iitiotis. ot otmnlanworks. '. i; 1\\k B W "fhufI3I to M I? :iifed a'l' ..'' nl" -' re : Jit .>:.1 Of '!! I I. .1' -. _' ; : t.I .
BETippoinungM Ja :t >
T. R.
The uteetaag was organized by calling :: i;rv : 21 1 .
nwtiiiR of about one thousand ulninc< t S c .' 'i' i.'rt> I 1 I" : '. Ii.J ,,ft .
.. Secre- the mune\ pressure in ( ;'real Hntritj. i 1 -- - --- --- ;runt Thins r. TalIprt Wro IIGrntny JHI a! : '' -i-mg' : .A. : r.It..rl"I r.r r.
STARR, : or particulirs ar j.h to .I
T.m.i 2..0I- Brushy: Th'IIQiIi fbard t vtai : I. "' : ,' -"! :w "' tr- : K ". t
is a striking feature in the commerce of the JO,. F. DVTHEW >OD, I : ard Mrs Tatituet JOIJt.hI a-je ,,}I. :u:; ;:\ "' ; i. ;tm : .;- t -2' : t4hi' .: : :

two countnesthii ear. It arises from undue i Jonnarv 1 \ l* n ;. kllla. Jeflrrvw (' '. AT AUCTION. I .,.; I'
.. Randolph that the chair |! _. (':itOl f'JJ .\on TI.ml'-ill', Jolt"I '. :r. : f .i 11"'S ;I!' "? I. < v -s i '-' trj:

cpeculat.ons in railroad fehares ; but as the I\ oifdienct' at .a"1 t ,.' tL.1 GUIral .\,. m.,i\ ia, I I I II 1.hJbW Mr'inIteirlart i le.i ;?! nt tf"I'n '. ,'r.: I tier r' nit *. t* ,.. .. ..
draft Constitution for the
bubble has already burst it is to be hoped!'i Olict.. ]_ itt jtion to fin ('.'uumlii'.u'ii'r i '.1 t lie Iiliahjtft ., C.iyit V I .m.it' K."q i U'.t::."I ri. v\. iii -. ti-i C. vt i :;1'I:

that :' I X mouths after date the un
oaen ere nominated by the ascapital again seeks lislegitmiate: chat O lo the Honorabb Jan-, F. ii oomc. Jutbre ol am'lion, (.n :''rr.I'' the,. ::At tiivtt Jauuarin *', !- !I'T; I t i I II::1i"M i.. S : W ..u//\.I.\ r' : -_, : 'r.. ,. ,. .: r. .

nels, this will\\ |he mmseasurahirelieved.. ; I'u i pttt.:. ol Ix.flcoiiutv.i i I..It'r"I ,:. .i'I, ,. I I. .. \
i r t dlou..Jt'il 'rum tr,.tit ... i:A' o3 IT, th! < 'i'l; ', t (t'.t' bijh, 'i !1urnbelb! JOhD.tban LitlehesrjI : :,1"1If): : : 'j'

.\t thi point oi our rellctions, h..wter, th.deficieuicv >- hue .'statl. .nl i f- Hrltlll. il"i I ... s-d. lndtlirfur ash, with the reservation of one hid 1 1 v .:I Horton _\l" aI1l1l'r Wr.i 11 11 I I ,, / .,'. 'i !

Dr 1.pb.Col. Parkhill.n F. IF\KIK, > TIJn'' ii'' -M.*:. .. ,..1. "C I, ,. : td
in lireal stuffs desenex attention : the Governor tor the btn-bt ot the State the follow frtuleuqnb horace" 2 W at"V P 1 > l : 1 r

Esq, Col. \Vhit4wr. 2d S. I I because it \ ould i t.. WNCEKllUirTM; Sdmr i inc town I-It., Mtnate, I king and being in tin. cit> olI : Uioi W S :: t'eddan W. ; tt-ti Z t"'r lIeu: "' e t..I' ,' : .' ,-, .. .i ,: t.,. t.-i!;. ,' tI

: IIoi,ton, Esq., Maj llaj- \ counteract, to some extent, : J.UUI.&I1' Ii), I 1-1;. : tm 'I a,Uhaisec, cur: Lots \os. J. :i, i. 'iT; 7, H.11), 1,, hunter Cap' N f Ward G'a T :bit in I 1- III II tj- tr. III !I' .. >I f ate: v .: ;, \
tE I the adiantag wllich trade would desire from ----. ---- -- 11 I, It.;, t7, I',, 1:', -">, 21.: 2.:, i 1. t7, 2-, :ItJ and .:., : I!t.7Jehuri'lt (ri-oJ'c V iII"1 R'uhin IJltl'". -t. : 1.1; ti .',' ,." ,..t .' n:.i I. s r'' ;attn- tie t! I ;1<,

j' the withdrew capital 'from thei i"iollarl, A 41 tic... makinrtwe f>..ne lots, of about five aCre, tar !liT 1 l.: T.rri.n! RI'h.arJ 2 tflileMrsflnbccg., C lIftq l.err' 'if.
>MM the proceedings this meetin !I rail wad schemes m which it was absorbed, s;* I V niniitbdf'r dnti, shall present to the Hwn ito I'I (lie South I-istiuarttrof| Sects.'n on,. T"wnitlilp John A \\"If ("urad 1St. R 1'i\J.n.: .. ) I ..,. r..r. iuttt'n'N .

: )hf' ccaed by the Chairman and Secretary, and and in its crnpJ; 2oiuent in active, le itniaiepurposes O Judc, fit Probtle lor jHitron (Counts. Uiv final) i ii.u ', llaiut 1 ut, Souih and \ttst Ivt-NIK. J, 'I lii. ten tf..nr C \\ .illhtIJ! Joseph 1. } lll.., ';.

published l ta the city papers I' Its a cmint and \"udlers as diuiu.iarator of ,5r.p'is i : a. I;. 7, ., 1(', 1-, 11 1 aiul i:i, making nitric 1 it:. ci.n- I Ht\'ll Th.. December 1*>. l..j.j: -' -' f
,. is _
It t was re- led that this meeting now adjourn to operation easy to I be freen, : dast, Ut ot f taut C.Mills d...<.a*..d : and Till theta tdiuiu." about ten at 109 t.Id.: si:11.1,1 Hi the .->>ini ii. !'er-oiu'. C4i.i'i; n r the ;r>,>ve will 11 .: a 5:1.: !,alc bY 1'ul 1.' Ilir.I dtI :

I and must beob\iousto all. Specie: ('IIY! can : apphforl t..n"J 01 di>utssi..iiass'i .h .\dmiIl tr tl.r. i 1 \Vst ,i artcr.i.1' Section < 111. T".hiJ'; "'I R.ui_,' IJ.art" :1(1\'lh.1. M N.\''1.1'1..
inePt the 23d inst. in .
on at boon this pUrr to re- "u: s" :i. .III.I\\r.II.l i t .i''" Tiiri .uti. u" t f
pay for; purchases if bread stufis abroad : such 1 'Hnx: : HlutJGfns. : onNjuth aid Uf
cen e report of said committee i I i purchases must be made b) Great Britain the Jtfleroon lt;. .Zi ,m | *. o. Section H\, .1 I "wnslup "'1\.', Kmtit.'. .1.: : ;C-;' .I.::1.i t :: '.i:i>;'.\ ."l .:.1.1.l I ... I: h.e t: -.r.,I/: -' !I" T i:1: .
IJ tlurlv-t hit!:. .t.'tl! IK. W. T. &'iil.1N
Siguedby __ __ Stmth and 11 .
picfcent seasons ; and transportation ol f s eci" u I ,.1 1 3-i'i .. 1 1- ; ', .. will! : "I' ".' :r' *' :'t' '.

T. R. J5CTTON, Ch'roM abroad 'lor this must i meitablead! : iIit. I ti*'t' acres each .. I i' 0 : :' : d ti I. d L C i i'Vi' ti < i ti BH4 in- n i': s f b
purpose, ) ; The .e Iota comprise s *v "f t'ii. m'wt ]lt.- j '
STARR, Secrttaf). to a contraction ot awl I this S1Judic after d. I 1..11"101",1\ th lIuII. rabbi resitleares' fir t'ri"t 1.aJ"lii. io Tshlahi.es-c; (autosurATciTS HOI t;L.-OirtCCOt f:R4 K*:\BIJI4.. .1..,j it-- --C .5'i-d-i \ l C e 1 .:'n' C'1 J ., t: i' ,
hailer eurrencx "I 1 I'robali lor JetJer*,m (mnf v hr letters t- ,,.. I t I ,. t. ., : .rii-'I I : -I i 'I. I \ C
las or its *triniT!* Tht plan ot. saul lots "'an I bt ..l.a itl t | rront %t: *a THF (' 'PtTOL) ?
We learn that Cov. Duvall andGQ\nruw. hare to a tnone pn's"ure.rlaat w oul J be the : "I! ili-rusi.iii a.s \iiminitrutor ol EJulIIut Gras iat<. VXn.:: i.l t. it t"*.it il, n. I Ii CC i \\ .n_ l-. i tI : i '1t.Lte.
.' R)* .:fi. it aliV tiliit. .Ml the cre lit> rs < t the iaij j rtf.r .-(;.\. }Vrmrh T.l.Ia.o.: lhieniJa.I .
been extent of tuch a caun>,t. of .I 1 saitl ( Ulilt.\ d.1 l .., 5 il : tJ
C pressure course.
appointed by \v Mvseley. CommissjoncT enhe I I"i.. t 1 UBil :.et'e r.' jiKsftti |t, dtlt'rid aid sU I h )'r..t". ('. A. HirrisPRU B..itllltt.kll.llmd. .'.. ,
i (;1:011W.: : STA\IJU\: C, C ,' '. u, \\V. tn J
I i
'be determined but looking at in ,the leantf4vcrahie L ts ,111 rs in .n :
part Florida to settle the boundary Ime between ; it JIL.NJXMIN J'RfJ.I (;t.", : ')L oMklphi.. '
| J.fi..r"I'f (ountv J"in'nn j I", I I-- !Jj : :11I -np : '' C'' I. uti! i :-UL t r _Ju
thi State and the State: .f Ceorei I point of vies (and in this light we j I Stall lrtos urir. I .
I -'- : : : n t C, 'i I .' ,itii! ,! .. : s. t
Hopewell Dor*f" ', ESJJ., has! etn appointed Seere. think it proper to repaid it,) we maathrin. [ tiOO! ICiai4l. ;, Ta'iihassrt! January 1 1'I! F 4 frr\ \L OPFR \TIOXS.lor I (''- :r 'I .' 'I'. P.r-i l ,

ta's' and Enzineer to the comtnjjon. : that an) advantages likely to arrrue from the i I O \ \\.\ Y tr"u. the o'lt""ral".r" i -- --'- -It'u.ii'it.a .. plunging tttth.. with. k<,id. each tolr! \ ,. !* .

I rS& T-\ 4. s:In'r, "* -1' ,'' ,t I 't V. '.' ., t.ie' J
Ct .1
cessation, or rath reiplosion (if f the rail road h 1'la1ltall..n.; in 1 irntts ( i .- *.\ Y Iron in* Ilatitatn Ii !1-> n.i1: me I
latt'E / RANU *'parjtmir f lIy filing, ; I ' 'lr I ,. f Ci' '-'r 'i d
I lial in \ s ) |1-1.,1..1.| ) mar fijriuui. 5) ICC a. tI
Mexico -Important adtice Leenrecel\'di at ; schemes and the comi'.etjtit'rut restoration of '|' i ( lallaha' on tbt "fh ot St ,"- "
.. (lt. I IO'llot i April I last. atitl.ilv ot _. t:1tra'f lu-'th (tiiiipr.m'ti f f'orce-I,) 1 I. a- : -' I. b.i.e I I. i;' I .1..1.I

Washington from our new Minister to 'Mrsiro Mr ,;( capital[ to its just purjx es will I b. fulK counj ".zra'. \ Il' l I.\ \'Y. It" ,".1:1|'Ml\l .nd HI:;N : }' temlwr a with iitirr bov PI I, had, tern and d.,i rU intil i" 1:1'in-: j jLI *. tir-.f "-
i.lI. ptaktd I
Slidell The present I'r)4IItt'Ctt i *re indicative of a i j terbalance-d)' t the specie d mand 'fur t the pjri : land: his daU4ht 'rs SI Lt.\ (and /a11'1)I ) I.f(T' nt <..[I'lc uiitttaiK, a not a d iitaik i!t tbt I.r. I lii ..: t\ i h.netting bet incorruptible" Itftii. oil |1js'tit ;t <' ,.t'ti, '. i: 'p a<*r s, 4 ns. r' .'-M

favorable settlement of all d.flicnltie, and a '' l. j i chase of pi OMSIOIIS abroad.! I I and \1.17.7.\\ 'liuv lorimrlv Moiii'til to the. ht"I,' l"'nltIig dowi b..,wi-en tli..'.vt !.r. ws, about '. J Ir. t -- % S pIe, I 1" iKxdnvtMtioit : il, 1M| 'n i )pr a- I s tur'h.r jwriw itaCi te t tliiatK Os

tie succesiftl n"st>riation on the part of our Gatern-: Let us now recapitulate. In case threat. htIH', and t>i.ir |f*.ription is as It 11..ws : j"l I 'I 1 .nelieliiuli, and IM.tAteli n 2', and '<. *t'ars i id. i> ierat arranttd and ad wv, {rrati*. kn *Si. a: -, I' ,

ment for the CalitoniaCoitetpondtncr. !1, cited war, cotton will look up ill England, aril 1 II i I I D\\ %- is about V" tw '>'t >tjr old. ratiitr Ii:lit. I 11.. \\..isires ed and carried to tail III 'rh.mt lilt. ou | | IOILS'<. 1 I" ,. _>j.r uo ebonure l lJanmrv tutasle. I

'I'II'/'d.j Hilt'Hi.;"IIt. rhIlIIPII'II'al"I and i il p|,." The .:.liorl.tlitl; Selteitilici. and niatlt 1 hu. t "IH ::i'
|I decline ill the nited .Slates. \ssjming; that I in_ couiiitOi.&iiet bt is about! *> feet t. oi *> iitii"in \ Nou'nis! T i: I-
vftht t'lorulianWASHINGTON 1 ; > on'h, 1 .tli ,T !1'.lh ol ?;e.iiriihtt.r.; \\ hiihi in Jail tNone. iTTORF :

It-c ".. i I we derive no advantage from the cessation ofI I,ei:ht i |I.t. ,t .1..1 i bt t.1 loii-l to Mr? I Hoat: I b, amid luau "niti r *t
31 E3ERRCo.
CITy !-aOrton rail road and that lu: > likelv fellow, about '.*, ol R. H, .
speculations, there willlJt. I MQ\r is a scars age. been siipptrsti! to ha" been arretetl \lliatorand : W. W::
Debate, .''. Calhoitn pontnm-Texas I then look has a d'iw II hunk when SIM.k<'n in. bright coluplexiou mule Lit \\'liil.tlwrt' heciliiti lin,'lt 'MHK hum1. ruIiiC it 1 I use' I Ii. e4 ix i.rne'd a Cu-past- :' .
no war we must entirely to the esit
.\ :\ AM) (01 \ :
; 'rLl.OR \T
Cuba-,Matter* tn Cungre 1! Jat\demand arid of the r".1 and about 5 fett C inches in lici l.t I Join and "la ,..1 that ii.' Inlmmtd ii. ('.,,1.1 MmalTbt LAW J ner-'iii'. uautl.'r! Hit .ei's .' iCi"m I.-r Id $tjb..

Th.. S'tste was enza?
Dated discussion on the Oregon -the debate I And in considering this we must not ( tl..ul. IiuIut l comple\iondind a smart inti ilietnt i\\ : prelu.tiding said chase TuD1 delivering| him to im "'TiLI. atttntl the ...','ral ( .,uiN of Middle Fl. R. h II. PERRY.

question sight of the contracted demand fiJr manufactured SILLS IS about 2i: Mar* old lim built, ellowcomplexionjand or place in Jail in either ol tin idomiti| <.on itu.s. \ .. and ot V 'l'a'.r CUlI/ll\. GeorgiaJanuar r I). P. HOWE

arose on some resolution offered by Senator Han- cottons likely! to ensue in Great Britain l hiilltn look ; her child (nbo\is i IH\S L. 1-OUI.LL :i. ,IM.;. .1 \o\rnUr i. ['i:'} 1-1 ) lt tl 4

n z. in which n r"ciaticn on the subject is declared about i Mars old, and light c and other countries where there is scarcityofprovisions. I :
a Lucy IH ..tbontrt\ \tars old, blark and stout built Admiuiiiismialor's 'statics'. I i2-
to be at an end ; and a compromise declared The Si\aiiiaa! Getriian will plta.se Cop* four I I

!tt:4r4rr: In the ,eof the dtbatl\lr.: Calhoun Belgium is one of these, and is slow motioned and sti,>ps- a little III walking. times and forward bill to 11m of[r.b ... i iXC" ; QIV Months alter daft, I hall |,r(!uit n.* at'C''Ulb '
; cour
; I has been hitherto a large customer to England, LIZZA l. rat lit r a dt IK'alt child, about ri .%ears old, I lO and 'nuC'ht'r"T( and niak, a.[>li''atioli to tht. iustc I ,hhis. IrIixV

offered a set ot resolutions, in which ne;ociation and for yarns, &c. There will, therefore, be in bright complect and vtrv'.*ncnsit.le OOJS.i i.l Probiteof Leon Count* lor letttrsot dismiss "TT7"t">l LD respetttiill -M i t>itne* to tbeMwc nf

ettlemeut by. compromise was sucR,-sted. TIe di.- A reward of One Hundi England and elsewhere, a decreased demandfor of th ,liE sutmsCTLIa'T4! ."*e just received b} Brio Pe- I T mwwiry
the lodgment ab Nigroe i
< in
lIn 'il!ed Senator from South "u1na. about WIOM: manufactured goods. I I notice thereof to the subsrnlxr e Ttr an IliinJnil|sail and 1 conic, frurn New \ vlk.I : lick, dtctast-d ,.' said Curt site i# | rt pared lo make uo L MHI.S'lIXbHSin flRE4n d
; or
.has 2t1f) lott,.n Hott', assorted JOHN MIRltR.do.'r. then.w.tbe 4 aml nast apm'vused stka, at
n7. ,
course there been great an\i tt Las thus early Dollars ifdeliverexloii & I I
To offset this diminished call for plantation, willl.ej.I\'u I
cotton \:') pieces Print*. bate.t palttrn. Jaiuarv_ 1, 1l'; _> I t;m I shiirten4 notu. mil nVttt is herself. (n.m >MT loneeiptrieirt II
: ____ I
declared himself favor a and amicabcadjustment : or in profM( >rtion fur as inanv at runty ,tic l taken and
compromise i manufactures there is reason to think of I' I Gtcult tir-s-makin., that she rn >
I every Also, a % anetv atic* rv in
dealt with according to this ad '<-rti'.n<-rilThere ; II MVv I:I.L. "I T Uaha..,*. will
of this difficulty I understand that be there will he a deficiency in the raw material tolw.In I Inch ss e (,(lJ iCr fir.ale at.ft!lip Itmest |.riccL A1GUSTCS: most fastittiow I.t'teuttillntnrke
l> good at< n 'e that lie altoH' Ncirrtics eat fir lIlt di>rin! mv at.-tiire '
will be sustained in Ins posiUon bt a majority of the m the nited; States equal to :00,000() bales, are in Gad-dt.ii "ountv I It.rida. I : II GRLE.NPUW: \ co. \\':. II. lUiKKCMJIWlGHrecpti.lH : She cuil shin rus ICr ittiii.fl (II !th.ar n -

Southern Senators,and bj the fctratt 1\1 r. Calhoun compared with last )'ear. I bee no reason, r J\('i Oi:: I).\RRETT.I.arritt I _Jin ut* ", lSl1t. :l __ It. Is.!'.. Cl I II fjio run To tin- ,UIIH Mtt\\ her R priceH-oh! ni'eui'hiek n 3i u.il.:n isiuauus'ss* street( i

course has created quite an inipri here and it therefore the whoU, for decline in : Island near Daricn da; the I.isn'b! ('here )bT
upon any Januar 10. 1M- 2'. JtTHEPATKNTGALVMt I 4tdunilni.lraoi'' O oli(('. I ih'I opit.| :

u generally belieted that war will not occur. Mr cotton from present prices in Liverpool, even ----- --- --- -- -- -- -- ,I liE tnbsrrilH.r hot i'I' "hlallh'flldl..r" t.fJ- 11110". ipr:>., ; ,ul iba t. \o* 'ml r-j_. l l.x [%

Hainegan is a young Senator a tine speaker and if the political relations of the two countries : KIV.s, i M numeration on Hit' i stall of Matth u.w Tinker, / landed Iroin Schr. Mane (rim New Orleans and j' Dr. hull". l'uhsainsiu.ry: '

"iU support hu with I On the ; deceaselaft! \\"a..laillI"1I .omit* lurtbv I ..r sue hv I:. V. D 1R'F.Iov :\ [ .
propositions great strength remain undisturbed. contrary, some And Cristie's ITlHKiirlic Fluid. cuts /Vr Cotmtf. ('i'' i.'a. .jshgL.fl', ( rcmC.p. RfCaf1V,
!I'. C ol Monroe iiid Clinton 1 1C
hIs notice I.i all 'rsoiis \\lio art n.dtbidto lie said :2t. rn r L t<
'iews are concurred in by General Cass aad oth improvement is likely to ensue, for the reason, remarkable distoir has receict] (the uni- I pt forward ami siitlu. tin t __ Jt7.uuipis..f'ou:4. I'7r'nt'. 1feer'- ,
t-ftate to comt satat ii.iuit.diatelv
\VesternS\nators. Mr Calhouu's roftoeitions that those who are timid and apprehensive, THIS approbation ot (Medital) Profession if I and llot 1.01. in ikminJs : >"tl(.('. era'.,' or J'tnn in 54. ,,e5. j'i.'tstIt
; .l1l'r"'f ,: u :aliist itdstiute
still probabU' pre\ail in the Senate, as they' will rt'-- vnll fcufler their means lo seek useful investment Great Rritain, and has now bet.n Mithrientl hung before ( are retjuettt to jrftit Ihe1| within twovear '1" VihvM alter d-te I will apply to the lion j;: ,,,,,, ( e0.uaaJ4lesa, IiaeaNt aI

e fen.e the entire \\'hig \.te and some Ikm'If'ratit' cannot i idle l in England I (American fublic! to give a fur test of iN *, (run' t lie set h d 1of. I D.-ci'mU'r. IM"), i,r thisnot.te Jill Ije: of the I'onrl ol Probnttfor the Toiintv I of Bnaiktitg. iff ire. t
remain ,
(capital i>ower andethcao! 1 hi Pit; 'nt (;.h-a.ir Iin: lose ; ; will be plead in I'.ir ol tuul r"CI'H'r*. I I.f Iw), f..r11 )1't1'J tie sell I) tin real estate l..n'iiu: 11tS .rl.l. >ham. !ICii, 'N.n (M id in barb rstira

''0. unless in the 'face ol great risk) it) wnicn l t-eii found to iUl..W.t all tb purMisis| for which the HI:NR\! o.\i:.XL, .\dll'r.I to thf late f.iii. lull: \\hita\tr.i.ettis4tl: j ti nt IC rtii. i-i.ii' .'1 ills, .i<, 4 of tinbrtW ad

Capt TodJ formerly in the Texas Arm, ba trade generally, will be Mimulated to some "1- ordinary Galvanic Hatter* or lutrii: and ;Ma:ntticMarlnnts Jamnrv :1.! ls. |1-i. ,1: _>ni R:t'II.\1U) Ulin .\KH{, Ailra'r I Inni. ai-tl '* tf.ritll 'In mib .r i> '% rent.y 4>t*r-

been sc-nt, bearer of despatches, to the new Stat. : lent when pending questions upon which are used, but are without an .f the in- I ----. -- _- -- January 1, t.I'! .. -M! -It rug a (nil I b* ill who a f ihtu : trlirtedI ,

be carries with | lurious Wi 'cA which accompany the applications; \lit TaxIII Colldo."s'olic('. rtK-ular tl-r IC'iis ertemn1 j nr_v cache btttk oft fee
him the act of admission and tie the issue of or are once
hangs war and other '
peace these ini-trument. in many n-peels an \ult.t.. nieiht'itu I ru ui iC'uit'.
:\'F. this d.1. ted iiH n bits NITS. eiuht. i t
acts extending our Re enue and idiciary MsUmM definitively betted. ()this there is a reasonable more safe and certain ID accomplishing the dtsindobtect I I ] <1 ten and d'H'n.k|Nul'o: : surve*-. contanins nine; I 4 MFETINu ,.t l (lie .'tmKlioId of tic! I'nion S.ltl in 'I.mtl.ih. ss t-. I r'J.l.bvLI :

'cr the State At as early' a day a* possible, the I'rol'ect. sixteen Inn id red acres i.l Un!, mort or less |hlll'Y bt.- ,j'V Raflk ol I lorida. will lit lulj at II.. Hiuklii: :U ix A. .\\IES Drumnutists.ji. .

State of Texas will be represented in our National) On the other hand, cotton, in the United The Galvanic Rinir have h >in used with 'erfertsuCce" tween Little River and Rl"k, Contort and to Ite."I.1 I House, in t the cit' ol 1'all. ii. -' ''. on the nrst tome- qi.r 'n, i' t.,. sjiI
in all cases ol Uheumatism acute fir chronn, I mar! in .bruarv. ,It.r (the t-let II..M ol Iltr.t.t'r.t
Council before the Court I HotHe dfxir, the ton ol
Quiucv ,
by two Vnator and two Representatms States, is in a very dangerous position, having at plyinz to the IlI'acl.l face. or limbs, Gout. Tic Doloreux. :, on the firs-t *.!.?nda* in Job l"lri.fur the Count [' HL. M' l It.His: 'a"IIO'r.; aSS sat'I %V. 'u.1 IIU c k. .lltllli'I Ik.Nti"iu

Senator Levy has withdrkwn his Cuba resolution ; reached 1 to I cents per Ib. in tho large TiHtbacbe, P.ienc iiti-.. Vertigo !('rvoUi or taxe-s die Gad-ideti ('"".IY fur the sear ishteeii hundred Januirv_ 1 t, I-t':.. ___j | _.__ (ihit'Ii : > Hiikr,

it Was din at the iU/ge1llictD of his political friends markets, over the Liverpool rates. It has Sick. HtKUrhe, Indif8ti.m. Paralvttt, Paltej', FpileiwvIit : and firtti.fiseI.h'and. ( ) (- ",h*' the claimant I):iu4.110:111 I.iclu..c. ArrutIlNEas .\\i> CttNSFJ.LiR' .\r LAW.

10 the Senate who reached that of a specula- doubttd the eedi< ncy' of the position bj means Stiflneds of Joints, Lumbago, Spinal Comitlaints H\\h loinitti j |uantirsiiip| ) in Ihe practice
ar.tUure at this time. At nome more fa*or able gin.I1ent live demand 'based on an apprehended difficulty Neuralgia, mural Dtbilitv Deficiencv of cola Laid Compa.ii J.nn1111.1. } ? ..\:
Mr That difficulty set- all Nervous Disorders Their I IlsPLCTITLLY informs( theiiti&iM of TalUi I since' ctrtttKl.Hl t > th. r cirr tn the Viddle Circuit,
Great Britain. arid
Lt\y will, probably the Nervous Enerc I ]
renew J'rltpo.litlilU. Quiucv, Dec. 2t'! l tul"L. 24 Fax .Hector *
the Ciu-aii" J.uckeiein and Trantlin the
inevitable prices I evtraordmar efltrl upon the pvsttn must he wit- i 1 X. )ua'.ee anl lciadv. that be ha r< ci'i\ttl a;'jurjtu an in rj ot
tied the i ; <
consequence Uestern Cjueutt. S\MCEI. U. T>crnK% will contiiuit -
scd lie bilievetl and tie a rertaunpreretulit'e for for taking these picture, and will be abi,' ti
and to
The holiday presented either branch of Congre-s must go down on Ibis side of the water ; n'' cfniplainlslhe*. art ("|\nlly to be recommended I Tax COnt.('tor'4 :Otise.T lur:iisb them ill tI.t. litest and mont improved !tIeof to reside at Q'ino Ssaru'a.i \\\ TMIAIACIC

"<>a doing raucb business_-the) Senate has been oc- if a war is threatened, I apprehend it n perfectly : the preceding. The Galvanic Ring are in t''r'a hAVE this day \let icil upon the fiulusvutiz: !lots or the urt Rooms at Mr Deuilh I and J. iV,tYL'C B.vwi-n at T'alfohjs-. Oe *f the

espied in (siking about Oregon in Executive ) clear, for the reason before stateel \iz : I, perfectly harnalt.tloc. and are sold at pn<- to l Ite wit ii. X tracts of land: Thj north we-t half of the northeast I December 2.t. I 1M:. 22 firm will *t>?iid a pirt of ht. time at \,>sUrl>irIa,
session, H'nd nod I north cast I hill of tine north ant) will attend t" aiv coinrjwnipattoiw drscfesl ta
and in tran.actin- the difficult and danger transportation that in reach of all CriMie Magnetic is in qmrter: n'l"tll I I
other miscellaneous business a- } I with the Rings to render their ifhcient I wesl r.mrter Scrti,n twenl '...Ie. lownilnp three, Just Itcrnxccl.BV that plare

ThOti>g which 5 I noticed representing by Senator Le- the same result will be experienced. connection certain and to direct the Galvanic influenceto Rmie; three containing one hundred anti! sixty. arr.s J R FORTl'NE. a. "resb ipt'lv of new and Ieciumhier l 2;I. (tC'1S. 5*>
a, of tie action of jour State Legislature. in rela. -- particular tarts which' are affected. t if land more or less and to bt, sold before the ('oiirtHoinoeloor I i Prints \IoutUin trLlln 4.Ca..htflofrt'lf? oIIss'. -
lit, (<> reclaiming the K" - jVotice. A I&upply of the ah>ve mvibiable articles just re in the town of Q'nnc\.oi the first M,>n- i.lark Jtidcha:izeal.I .\l'aca| I'ancv Plaul insbam, mouths after date, I s':all aj.plj lo the Hon
t'II by ; also some resolu- the ., reived and f'r sal* bj F.. IIAIlNAItDJr., .Agent for : bv m July. l"l'), for the Coanf> t.l'L'3 dun Ga.lsdoiCount beautiful: .t1 1.' of fjrmture Calico hross'uu; Lintii.Td- SIX Jtate (rf Proruttv for Je4k r-*n Cowtv. lor

JII' Sell"tor %%'ctcot't. r.tat ing to your Territoriih SIX! month after date, I shall CoUnlfor apply to letters Jude of Cristie. at his I'ruc; and MedicmStore, Monroe 111..1 / fur Ih y'ars l>'n, 1> I1 and IMS and costs, I: bl> Diaper; Plaid and MripeJ .rnvs aiul Lrr**}s. Letter s-f di r is i t4mimtlritwr of J*tl

'I1i The House of Re, res natives has beent7r7n Probate for Jefl rson late of Tallahassee Pamphlets respecting the above cmb : the 1e'peity of MalcomGilchris'. I o'u cif jei tkn n*" fine lined a;>d l(ointl r is.ttUnpins \VaIke! bate of BAK! county, (1t5C.sSd.l

; eat a chcu"-lon about the dwmusion as administrator of Norman 111gb. application grati-. i \ME-S:, A. MCMILLAN ; stsm'm. tine Mats tiles hiiics S-C &c.I JESSE' WALKER.DstcniesbuVthlcIS .

j Bmr Supermtendant of saidCounty. decead JULIUS IUGIf. I had on 25 (1'li:1r, Df-r 23.1(' 15. 24 To Tax ll-cto' D cenriber 13,1"1:1 I 23- R -d froHl': 25 6m I J1,uHyln.lcl I
o" t .. dat' '% MtJ.!i\'f' Jeffersorwitr.. January 10. 1Z



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t -- J 0 i ; .lli'l 9 LEON SHERIFFS SALES WILLIAM H. WARD LEWIS & AMES, I ItT F. ILOYD Cash: will Advances.make liberal

DENTIST -- --, -- ---- -.--------- ----- -- A1I.oRNly .\ \NDCLNFR\L\GEN1', DKILCR3 IVDrups I > V a on Cotton shipped to his '

HSURGEON L nE\III.1.Y' a:id,may VV J/j/i.lay, -rk IT New Orlcin

; tir.w, It"l'r'>rcs ional htrlrs :!t. n ;. :C1'r''LLY announces that he will attend Toilet Irtielr*, Perfumery, &t., Window GlassPUNTEns : October I I. 1M'I 11lu I

y ('n f 1111.. tf a fi,'ri frciis, i4t.I (rum 1 t to the proseiutiun i if t Claims before the s:veralFxteufive lust Circuit Court of the
J Bvirtj \rit. .. BRUSIIFS .ANt COLORS,
NovemberI.i.I5 17 3mNJVTMAMJEL : ;* )' .' Circuit Court fur the partmcnts of the Government and cult of Florida.Iv.
( clams ain-t the United states for La.nd..orIon(\', 1\Iorh'al'ic (Has"i \\'tiie, 'c.Tli .
Con n(tv of Leon, MiJ.!U? Cuc'i ttf I Fida. wherein
HAML1W.ND L. J'lhl Miller i isplaintitr. aad Look Ioc 'Mfcldant.I to the sitiletntnt of Public .\ccount to claims before f;abo,( corstantlv! on hand, and for.sale at the
have levied and will ,jU 1 before Corr.mi-'sioHrs under Indian or other Treaties, lowest market I'riC"u. :
F..Cr r. COMMI 5.0N; .MST.CH.NT.. uj>on, txpofor ] ,
the t o'irt I 1"I.c dlr. in the fit; )' ef Tilljhassee.on to Pre-emption and other I.md: CHims, and to the John F. Smith ir

Ncu-Orlcan-, I.a. Menlv, the 2.1 div February next, within! Ic1 oc'inng of Jyjnd l'atemts, to Pensions HI t the Army ALSO n store a great vanity of article for family *. S Hill for Divorce. i -

uA'M.t'ie! f HOWIII u crilx-d :roptrt,to-wit : anti Navv.or hnsillf' ctnmcled therewith, to the use, Pickles, C Olives Capers, Mactrutu, \'f''mir'lla. Sarah smith J

RrRICy, : COUAt Th; E iMtv of I K J. nytio'i ot in.'.itl 1 1.\'Ii: Hoc !>t.iniiLr of 1 atints li.r scientific or useful Inventions Cumrt Jellv Oiive Oil, ifron. Prune-, Almond. IT arpcnrin lu the satisfaction of I

Cut XViLiiiM II ULE" Jeffvon !. JL ta"t. in and to .1.1 N... and Ni:, t":, North and nail other bu-i:icss of a public natuie re Rose and Peach Waters, Sperm I' .lies, &c. the alhdivit of compliment's; "

J.nIE" Kzn.t. E1., T411a5e.tim.t. ; V\e,t of the city of FItio.4eC.L : 'Iuirio! HI .g'-nt. (.. thu defendant is a n-resident of the
IlID.. 11", :t'wjort.n 3m n.d. u,'on as the property I <.I.Sio.l .ftndart.and Chims 3_..ISt individuals promptly attended to, nimiaresimiing in the State of Georgia: / i ( ,

o ltr r. I"p. ta be Sjld to atiafy sud: wri' ef '111 t.I'la-. titles invi-sn;attd. &'. OA&DEX7 SK3SD3, Fh.'t the said rll.f..nd.Ult do appear and (
Inlormation giv 'n tree of charge All letters to bill within four months the
1t IH I:. A. A. FIShIER Sheltf G..owth of IS 15. or lame
.01: J. \ 'siiLRweon: D S. be post-paid November ". IS 15 II! for confess; riorulrd. That due 1
ATTORN KY .VT L.W' January 3, IS )24 RE1ERECI9 : -. ---- -- -- made of this order in some newspaper
(luliicr. riorlda. ) lion _\. S. WHITL, L' *?. Senate. 83HISAltI). Circuit onre il week for four months

Ju.tices* cf HcdidnCouitv B.:! A.IIANaIxAN: .. J\ 1'ftOCLtMATJOX.S'I'ATE : Dated -Mth October II5.ThOMAS.
"TT iLL a'tend ihj< Courts Sale ;w\'fcncd till .)Llth2d.k"c1ruary.. .4 \L"'t. .
hJAniosv DOUGL
\ V of MidilFloriJi, \
Circuit Court
the Iirtiir's \Mt-SSkMPIL M. O'BRIEN, Complainant *">< licitor.A .
ai t in Curt' i adjjiceat Cou iti's cf Grorji
r't)4.! 13 tf I)Y ,virtue of a writ if fieri facizi, il.uil fn m the .4 I). I It A TCJlI O .. true copy from tie r

CHr Scatil.i l ) I";.'rk'ol1e<.f tlit uf erior Court, !"the c..jntjt C. \"UL\'. 4' J. S. M \

:, ..,:|ty. t. 14.'ua. MiJ,!lie Circuit II f I l1.ridd 1 ., \II n.in \VihIiani '* J. J. II.\nni-*, of Illincw November 15, IS1'>. 17Do

A .l.fiini"tt.aloiS "Suin.e.ttec I I'. UaNoti i.pllnti t,and I!hl\j ha .\\Pnrts i ia:dl'c'n-: S. A. Dot'ens, '
.f 82 00 itiu.ntniPROCLAMATION
J..t. I h.t le\'ielupCI. ardill ixjw-c frr sale, IVIILISCRPa.aif: henlul"kv..
LL : to ;fatc C ( J.'S1'' G l1 -
\ p.'r.omt* 1:1.\tC.t w.ll '>':crt the Court Hoitsi d heir, in tin city of a' JOHN PtTTiT.of Indiana. !
Cojit Tal1.la-
1\ : '
e ) d.cUcl.
( : on Mtinla*'. 5th dtv c,f Jinujr> nest, '* S.C. svpik.:, "
the I'ncnVr' and S'c' .
ntVe imrJitte |>aunt t.> ; .
treat h jurs.thefillo\\in herIbed l C. .J. -'Mirii
( h'rOPertY.to.wit: ,
qiJ .-sentth'nforpi |
lirf hivi.n claun.aninst -state npm4 pi ; ..
;riant ti th- \ i.aI 1 plan of the city of IdlUJ: .sv. J. U. .""\. S. of Missouri 01 C.tOROMD
lime r"lurcJ: 1>* 1iv. or thev! w ill b bared of recover : ; .
SMUIIsJMKlNS, Ix\i. / ib h .' H'I to satisfy aid writ ShriiTtd; fxcfirto. .\ 1in.tut'rJ ; ll >. _\. A I FIShIER I Sh"rif.! A.ril: I 12. N-t. nINf, recenyd mitt'irmati.n thiS a murder was
yT> nCo.,1 ,, No*'. .!, I IM J. H 2mv
rs on the. first da\ ,I .\u
: F&l fi' The abe sale has Ieen |"'oet1'onch until Mon I u-it, in tie
J<:'.thc Jddi>' of tibnurt n..\t. !I "1'iov'aall things and hold fast that which Is good.' <:ountv ot Lowndi-t, UK II the boil> of Samuel Maul-
: a iC3MMISSION a din, b"\I\\lIX V. KING, who Stat Ited from justice, BY \\ ). D.1 0 S E J

Sale I have thought 'rnpi.r ii i--.ui titus.ijm% proclatmtion, (;Ol'rrnol' of tht State of
1osfprlttti Itmmry.lcIP mthamnu a nward 'd! OM3 IIUNI)1ICD I>OI LKS to .

Ni.1.-o I.'nut Lt\'e. &'ate.p : I' _J tn> i>" r.on or |Iersir,4 \'h. max apprehend and dt- \V\"-THERF.It JOHN HENDI has:USON.a been certified white

y of of lien hn'r unit ll"'I Mtu,' tn'nxijutice to the Sberifr Jailor
NEiV.IILIANS.( Z./I virtue a writ focus litretiA iss'lc.1' cool in the Jail of tb. County of .'
I) from the CI.-rk' oflfi.' of Low ndts (wint.
e (.f the Court for 1
liVVING, l IIFCHV. West rn Circuit of Florida, on an "
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\"TLy,.t"a. IOtRUNG i :1LG., proniptnc. the County (t I.n. Middle District if I loridawhereinl .. I 5 : t'I LLS. s' twr, v .rtheI I h.a>', t,(.... Hi I: And I do,morioverchant' and r rcijuire all officers, ing feloniously murdered I).\NIt L

and ,h .h. d an i. .'. i".1.1.i l ,', 'I'hnh.! civil and milit trv, tj be vi;tI..r.IIII rndetvorin to this State,escaped from said l Jail on the
the aid Kin that
| apprthuid lit artier h. be
N.>v<...nVr 19._. H' i, dtfinldnt I hut lexiediipot I. ai.d nd ti. .'.d I h I I i r'"I i :11: "I tin'r |'r,',!! '1'01'11'1. 11 I tried fir the oflt'net \\ith which he stands charged. 7th cit t September< 1:, and is now a
will t1pt! fr Mle, before tin t otirt lloiisi door in 111l'dH'in, ill t'tiring tI.c' di-.";\sis lor" wl!nh tie\! ait (il VEX undoi inhind and the justice, and supposed to he lurking in s v

: Ic\a: tliecid ol Tal.ha"occ. c:the fir-t :f.a idav ilt J.m. r.ocol1.IIIC'II.I.t.'Iw l I v art nc"n.tiundtd by tIWJlll'- c.f tin Mutt at the in great seal Uestern District.
I"N.\\\ .i'rorn' the i'j'riber in Jefl nary neat. Jlllntr., the following de .. Capitol MilleiUeL -
cnb ,
: rally a> tIe be t i h.lrt.t' anti apcifnt IitdKilii ill L \' thin 1 Ir>Ih .!day of Stj"Umber, \. D, I c.lo heroIn, by authority if law offer
fr4q' I V *.>:l"Ant i ".ro niiti n.mt)1 <,- l proi.t. negro clau: l't( -wit : 11.e I In Inn'; tht /, .'in'ral \oiri o: the ('..m aumlvuc Isj:,. GlORl.EU; CRAU1ORDD reward of Two Hundred D >Ilars, for

r.LUsd n mm i. :dtMt U vear. ot. 5> I ,, Liua.-; Jute .and J.c'L.L"'ic.r : :; them the dec i.lt"d! I'ldl'rl"n."lid from tl.* d- the CoverncrIN : sirn and delivery tithe Jailer of the
isabnit 1 it l't h. st''iit b'ill. oi. ttp">n asthi. I.rol''rl d .A.i.dant and
It 11. ci!ion tht r,' isn" atiH.il; C. of cambia in the city of Pensacf And
1URNL1T tatu.
t..t oui in fro:itt a:11 'n* <1 kht: cims'i'. in oaeve 1 to ., .I to iti i.I\' said writ of lien fad ia'; I The t f4.ll"wilJC' is n mull Mr I".oart 1'hum. raer- Secretary and citizens are hereby refiired to aid

Th" above r"ni cl tw. tivt d.l..will I D..C H, Ibl'.. 21 I \. ,. f FImR.||[ Sluritr. : chant,tat lallade vj'rinf.s, ,Mahiirt : DESCRIPTION'! according to law.

be pi.I U.r li 'r e.': postponed until tl! 'TALL\VU. 'SPRIM.S, TalLdeiia Co., ) The sail King i. aUxit t"t.'nt-tllr. {!years of ace, Given under inv hand and the great

V.ILLlM KS.I'oY! hr .t Md-td in February, J LtSlicrifTN : 'Mabama.U;U-t 5 17, !I".I: J thin visage, swarth)' cornpUiori; blue c;os. dank Stateat the Capitol, in the
Ie..c1r $. t I 2) Tinis t.) c rt..v th:it have' beet afflidC'd with hassce. this ;.th day of October (
hair, line a dossri lo< K. aural is about Ick beau!li,'hi. and l liver SEAL.and of the Independence of
JustHIID" Salr.B dvrpsi.i: I wn11.l..illl and In addition to the .ovtrnor's reward we will
Hf'Ct'i'il costnen-ss for the list i.ht i.r niiie pars, during par States the 70th year, and of f'l
TJ Y virtue of a writ o: fun facia*, from the f'23O nO'.L\llS
D\COV IDflS I which time I I Lad taken well I vear.
6 C'rrL'xo'ute! xs1 as ritjilcct about .
SOL'NDCllO.rCllXMS.: couniff 9 Leon Middle of the' Circuit Court lor the 1 si\t i: > lK\(' ol 1 IVtlvWilh's Pill, tv\ihfbo\ejt,I f I'ettr's fur theeleltvtrv; of Dtvid W Kin? to any one, of us, V. P. \ro ...
4 1 Harr, li nJur. ( i-cuit uf Jorid.! isut' the bheritl Jailor .1't I. h. (' (
PilN, and a ntiniU tl( biis ol Champion's or or c own s otu tvABR Inrtrnor of
d .
11 lul do d.i. aion, a Tree .I 5 I f"r.d.1JI'1 !'rnnol'lc in a certaineauv and Hran.lreth'4 I I'IU"! ;11: "\\hnli: stunt(; me but .\II\M MAt-LDI':N, Tallah3; p(,Or.tr.\'r 10. \".\.>.

lrt fiC5 I !;ing. ltdpndl wherein: the R-ciiver< if the little or no rpli.f. .\t 1.I..t. I I:1." rect'nnent'td to J.\ :\:Sf.RomFR1i ; N U!. The said John Henderson is

100 Coils flq.e. "S.tl.dl lilt and Inslrme ard Trot Conipiny: are try I>r. \>en':tr-\... ..tablt' 1 hills, ts0'crLt.. I in" !< >\h .\. .5. IJE\I.\HK. -f v en inches Inch short build! short
Gnmblm! and .tlwr
6 UJM Twine, dcfendaiIc.'lml.l.inant.I have levied ( are fur I lit \'r had but .lit attack clf t he silk IU.ilCl.td.e I M M H' 5 i'l' ( fn"on.n|: hair fair complexion but much sun
and will ,
Boxes, verv' s'neriir Tbacc", sale, l hore. the Court Ilou ur.m door in the\IK' 'C Ijr of after I t"'I:inn'nce-d I.ikins tht Pills (nov :\>"ut .i\ J'tllN' I IJ l-i-:. ah dit 1 fiO pounds, ace alxinf t<, sears, a
2 Boxes a>s.Ttcd Tobacco. Tahiahasace >e city months.) and I rjruiidh c'nit.-s, Sinai I luvt ...' iveil s < .li: (iv I'Piv birth, and has a wife residing at \ellow

Oct. n. ii:: u J. R.toiler. IOrTU r. fin t'ip, \Tonlay in ] more fl'alllf.o'tit li"m'tlf' use ot pt"n'r' PiIU. <; "'I..' ,.i'; < ; O., t I., i[ : j 1- I t <*t:i October 11, lair.. 12

: within frs .tblll.1'/ than tn>m all thc' otltr Mmii! <'inos and Pill t th it I IImcivtr ------ ----I -
lejral -, the lt Cash Ad\atir
1010ing sribe,1 pnr taken and I w..uld iarnej>tltxoniii.'rul :
A LLpsr;"n* inl'b'ci in the estate of JOHN W. I I .rly.to wit: I
.The them 10 .'LL.ti IK'inz in tiny opinion the l best mc.li- !
Jt\. CO PI EN", Teased, Late of Leon north past quarter oftJle,o"thH.t ijuirttr. I J. H. I'ORTUNC
County..or- north : cub in D.C I.in all lm_,-rinjr inpliints Pie PiIU ( TOOTH ACHEDK I
I west juirter if tin uuth ra.t 'jnirtr, %C3t t th 1f
idl mil cll ai nike : COTTON"
or advance
., pIcs" |I..ymcnt. lUiftlie north has e done me-o tiiiu h m.M\\I. that I w.ildiiot f It d 1 1wilhnir FS prepared to on
bjcoTnaJ'e-J! to proceed a;;\int them as bv Uw di- II f vvi-xt quarter. ""II.f! of thnrrt'i I to be without th.-m t.r five d"Iir- a tit x : I I Messrs FRANKLIN & : .

rcte. F. U GOTTEN. east '; prttr.:1.f !e in all .
containing [
E'mecotcr.ovonber f,' t"t : two 1"l.1r(1 for having pr'j':ire el l t''h a valuable nudicint, and I I::LI X I H. a rtain arid) ummisfiutte( i ure in allis October !$. 145 14EV
:' 15. 1s23. 17 2mXDIIte. m (:!") acres, imrr or !, .; t".c.ther with) all .. .. .
the di.triLatICo of it onlt fav -. howt .. r s.'\' reui'I f
I I and Mn. ular. the building, i imn1romnrrit. right'l .. is rnng \'r\L"rc'jt ron en ; uivins, i in avirytew COOKS.ycrrcsTFR's .
Ilb.rlis. privik-je, and "PI'url'nanrt's whatinvcrthereunto time pu'ilic! ;f it i" a S thins '.. the uln)st ini|'t r- .1111111.1. iiul that. ii ". \\itn.-ut mImi) 1 Jury to the
i btloji! tance that i'\ rv f unity. should have a sq'pjv' (.f I |Dr.1s'ncen's 'luih, i.rt t 11111I.; (1I1"j ;>!.(',s'.-, t ihf. propi'rt} "f enliv DOMF.STIC : : :
weeks after ditj, I shah a;>;pl lv' to the Hun I inj, .r in any vi.e I .
:1'p SIX valuable Pill 'niii t the (; whtn rhul and of evclopediA, comprising such
Levied j truly consfantlv, 1 and U'iis in a m/ >tatt, re ;
s I:. Lroome, Judzc of Pr IatC for Leinm upon as the |prop'rly of t si.1 d"f.nJlls.and .
IJ IS.C1. THOMsfjrj I'tirinj jt htalthv and \'I.ur"ll. .tt'l(i'ri. mo t immediately connected with
CGt1ty, fc r lrtku of .vdnnnistr.\lion 0 the Vat to fte sold I') satisfy ":.ilvnt "f facia-, li- I
( : lier Price ',>' ( with {C- Prue ill;i tits with till directions F.ditices, Furniture, Servants. Food
sued undtr aid t r'nls prr Cox ful directions pt r ,phial I
of John M\>odv Oti i,J < "u'Y.: d, f.f-d. tl irl'll.fsaid .
.ltcf T.I H t:RRiLLNEW : : .\. .\:HsIIFR.MKrilTofleonccuiitvDeci ( Fr sale in lallah-"w>f: |t" LEWIS &, _\ 1 n. sole Fir salt in l'allaiiatte'e' t 1)\ I.E'I'fIou:,, sole I tju.r9, Ure-s, Carriages, Health i.c, Xc
\.IIUI I : S"U'tr. ,\ztats Snun.l'nu.iCs.Ior.tirello J. L I Webster, and Mrs Parkes with nearly ,
Dem.er lI-I .. mber 2", 1s !; 23-ld' ,( : : P.TI.Jrofnti'c'l1o i : J. L. : ; .1I
\ o.f ALLwoon. ( urney, and may be four l on enquiry \LIWOOP,'inn' and 1 m:ibt f"uwl..n en'juirv in in us.

BOOKS & c.ri Shacrilr's Sale. in almo't all the towns and tilings in .heSfate. aim.st all the t"wus and *illaes mile State I The Wandering Jew complete in 2 .1 :
June Jim 1-.:. ; 62 i cLsThe .
II. l>l"i .17 hn 14, > 4/ tOm .
'HC sa'j cnbcr hu just rcccivot per Hn s MetaL B y ,virtue ff a writ of fieri facia (rein theCurVa -- -- ----- -------- Elements Morality, including

mara ;n.; Sa.'npsoi a 14 and sfl ndid assortment olhce of the Cinuit Court for the Ad\aiircs. ; \\m Whmessell, M D ; 2 'II'..

of the foil.
upon a certain. decree, pronounced in a certain cauSe IHIIF suHsrribers prepared to nake liUral ad Micr bv (.en. Thos J. Gre.nDirbin's .

every variety CI0.14.BOOKSor u. htrt. ftrmr1y N grnraIly< ,in Ciiawrrv%, lately, fending in said court, wherein |I 1. *;l1Ir.., in ('h:trlit >n funds, on ronsi.j i jeiit* .I t Observations the Fat 2 \,
John \'. Hart, Trustee .Vr toil tf tr-Mrin".nds New Y,rkJ HILLS COU.H LOXLN.h.s arc now rapidh "
tiseJ in "Cuooti tj ether witn manv' new work, 13 complinult. ant 5 ;, m Narrative of a Miisu to Hokhara, by .
Geojraphj! Crauunar, \riihmetie..c., &.c. ( IMwaid K-ckirman. and otlur, < lhnls, I II' 'IHN IJE"Lf & CONevvprrf siii. > 'rre-dmg| e\'rv other prep-jratn in Joseph Wolf D. I). L. L. I).
lua'e: l Ic'\'il' upon and wille\.po for *i!., l'.f.'re tla) t-f.Lnr 1 c'. J fts I ] I HTi S 13 1nIFevtrs I I"lit relief (f ,lU I II., ,' itds. asthma. ixiimrung .)

I5L\NK HOOKS Court Ilous-.or, in the cite. ..f i --- 'uhtntss 01 i time ,'I,f-.it and all |'nlmnn.irv "nl,, ..Ih'l NEW XI"OLS..C.. m'I
Of every size and d'sfription, wuranted "f go' Oi the fist .Mumlatf in f'ttfitntry Tlah.I''t.nt. 1| i -I ,ulin; f. 1'"n..un.I"I..n" [ airS Id. athjr Xuthor's Daughter} Mirv Ilowitt

ctitetial,&nd at such low price* tha.* ncne need pur within leai hour-i, the f.)lluwi..5 i ie iribuJ I ': Prir '>:> 'Otmt- pin I I': \. with mill .hrt"'tion-, Only a Fiddler, "
tbaae ese'": [' 'rt*.. sJa\\", to witJ.eorze : 'I j t f. rale in lall.ihissei. bv VMSMI I: :- hit The Merchants Drazhtcr, The Fright

P\PFR. ; Charlotte, Maria, P.tri\ and Marv f ; \:. its; in QIIIIHV.. b) j. SMMIUOOD : >n pt-ctintb Mitt Ellen Pickermcj; Am..ur

Foolscap anJ LcltT. Papers, from S3 Vt to $7 :' Ltvird. upon as tin |'roxit\] .5 cud (Ie{ larit-. \1"11111'111.! 11S \\11"1':1.: PMIIsIuN' : .In.r mat \ Dunas; .\ ..1thlnia.oy 1 Gore ; Three

pr Teat: :,. A n?\article of v.rv' thin letter paper and to be .old to <5iti.f\ said "f fun facia, h- l) it" iimil i jt''it rallv in tht. stores II.r"'ld..ut the StateHULL'S alifitime. Groves of marneThe Only

to Si t tbe new postage law, of ronch and \me-ri- tucd under and bv said l der wri. I j Man.field Park ; The Hovt. and : :

crj ini "Jfa\ture. Cal. \\rappiu?. Jolilq. Envelope A. .\. I IMILR.Shcnffwf Leon coynfv.. I pondence, &",, &c.

Tjsjjj.. Coim;. Note :anJ Papers. Dtcf'mht 27, l"I*>. 21-tds I A.ln: now ocupc'r'tIIlt'r otll medicine Of- Ju-.t received, by Bur Ann Fliza,and (

\TIONT.KY ----- ., lu II. mtuitii tr ii i.i.,,v. for (''I"It ...1.1W .1i .tI i WORM S LOZENGES I P. .\. H.\
Pens-Gillrtt ,.\r :1t'"IIJl.'* ind (thi'r Stte Suet-hr's Sale. i : ll'r.\r-I: t th;..v |h.t1"l enn-tHl th I:t havt: Tallahasse. Dec 13. IM".

Pens filter Pens, Gcjd cs the article invariablv _.i\','n th 1..1: t d"ndl"and i 1 unr'\.olf'ai,'; : I ll h\"r' .
Ies. 1't Y I'rfl\'c"lan more thm I'M* IIi
virtue rf a writ of fun facus, iusl from | a-rs lIlf"I JLl.
tni tula-turod. (!ilof all kind-,. Back. <*d, f J& Iht. ( lerk's ,.nV of the Circuit Court A'r the j. 'dll'"rlin. ;, Tim. ti-i. I ..1'1"I..t; "n rv', I iv. -..nitlhr i .Clllla'clhai I lOiOl 'h !.!r.n .h.! armnallv DJJ1JSJhJ.l ; G(. '
Blue ail Cop il: IILi. Plck. I..nc No- <.! !IHUT tl'I".t..-i < ',nttrv-tr"i' I tin I Lot C' \in.' fr. tin 1 ,'f1." .f-- ;
c: :itv ol( I.n. Mi,lllc Circuit of wherein : m "I l vv 'rm d.I' Pcr 'nfs i 11111"11! '
tarulafers. ,..lin; Ua\\;, .nd noxco. Ink Stand. John'C B. T.ulr u plaintiff, and Fonda.. wlandadminittr : <>f tht w< stt rn wi i'.ls; I., I 11;. C'TV I'ki.tt <.r't tin. ', 1-, ." i .1I1..1I1tr: III 1Ij'T\ ., -is mpl.''o1l.<. ml .lmllll..I'r Annuals for IS 16.

P.UH.t r"e.U.ter Cups; sh t Cups Pen Ricks. ,, :(tors are cl.ed.nti. I have | million:nre-tin r ar' 11""I i-.:I'', ,.f witn* ,:t I li Hi : .: ,:. .111; I 1..1; dll.o1 i v\"rm.d""rr"\,, mt'111"1Itc'. 11. TIll leaflets of Memory, Nature's '

P.a Hall!J,, lJiters i-l: fane. mba Ri'.ber! Bhck will expose for sile, at public.outcry It\c.d, rrah' tiponand [ I irinvjll (;"'('. (it| tlms iiiv;iluibU! riedirim.. 111 i.r.. : It lii'l sill: ,.r,'ran' burnt' to. jremitnn' ( Opal FriemNhips Ollering,

$"31. fcll 1 h. Card Raks n.l flee! Lead Pencil*. IK fore the Court 1 11"'b" d<*.r.at Talhhas-.ee, ''t genirallvinnu' lh" Chili and I\vrrtle first div; "I'I tnvi. X..thin111 lie-fumd more .tr..tcul than Paean t.f Sharon ndoirnnuil..

Letter Setups, k c. On .lf'in'la the *ce nd day of. I and! d.K-S not sicken the s'orach' ; tir produce allY c.li these LO/EM.:'. whu an" as pleasant to the taste The May Flower F'.rt t M-I Not,

MlSCRLLNIOUS BOOKS ,in l I.'tal.. hours tie fullowi i j'HJlfF..J.wil .&cfbed 'ro- I I :ijrrf" '.ihle stnsjtion ill the *\-,!em (*' slin"ite asesf as CANer children will cry fir then and eat them Moss Ro e., Christ inn: 's \nniai, The

A treat variety' of new Book Novels and ''tandrJ ptrtv.to mtBtttj.atugro: ; | <. f'I HILLS I I and I I-'I\'EI: wht n ttl It'r, !urcp-rrsti.mis with avidity. The Je\H'I. The II'.acmntb i

Works, w ith a not !->l"nl.d,asitnicrit of UiLM woman ar:, sears ; \rthur, a !j 11,01\1' allotS have 'il'I.I..1) l at onr. to I-'\% doses iii f \ fresh supply .just| receivtd and ft,r sale in this Vents in the lift ot our savior

Prajcr Books, .\\nnujs i.c Ixy.asrrd' 12 v 'ari.. Alx., No V, in tinol.I I I Hull' .ls PiN!I without any' c.lj"'IIf.ilwn of a rl"UTtI- ntby .i\\: Is .V AMES, Sole Acentsls.l Khakpeares Gems I-airv Land

CL'TLF.RY.fl'vlers. plan of the dly cTil.ta"o- t./, north udlition j 1 In.v r"j'uir| no j i'uTinq-it is unwtrlhv if (itn.Iti ,\I 'rstlfinQninrv bv J. I I. SM.\LLOOD, and Fnclish: and! American Prayer Books,

Crook \\ost. ,' .with the illrm'emtnts therHI. Ltvied upon I ( M..liral I acnltv art now f re!cribm: thi n with s.\\lnr.I: 1'.Ir.F.'T\X.I: Monticello Miscellanies in splendid bindings; i.c, &

., nholn's { : Pen., as HIt property ot Said. to satisfy said writ : uhO\aml'l..1| l iiuc('ss, not onlv in Chill anti Ii ceo, June l.t. l-ifi I 4o lim Toy Books for chilolrt'n.i'l., Toys
Pruninz tinz. DeA and Lsdicj c.fcld.nL.
P.1e. Il Miniature O jf fieri C.CI:1.: I bit ill fevers uf all t: (MS, cride] and d'lrar.-tc'r. and every description ntible for presents

KI1c. Razors. Scurs. 'ict .\. A. e'n'itler thorn the Inmost ..If. :antiS lnrmifs vet tit sail Salt lor Christmis and New Aear }'(ir sale

.\NCGOOD .ieTortorsc By W 1 1rP.Shfrif. mo-t certain and pr..tnft. FiL.tfi'.rI'lhat can p..si.ly I 4 fliI S.\('KS LI\'ERI'OOL ,\LT, Dec 11. isn 21 P. A. H.\\

; <*!1u'l. Pe rl and Silk V.-Ivet T rd Cases, 1nlb1" I:;; h b" a lmmi-f tf'rf',1 in tie rtiiicdiate minagtincnt cf ZFUj j") Turks I Nland .1.! ,

fromI 5 P learh, LiJie; anJGe..tl..mei*,I *?il : tc" IVvers peculiar Par Hair Bm-hes. lru! li-s Nail ami H.,' aTfnnpnnv each lsi. Price Orn Dollar "
*?J. To.th ; Salc.I l.er 4, IM- 11
hcl.irs 1 C.\ Sugar cured Hams Su 1 Fcr salt in 1allahaut b I.. &, AMI .legtnts
: (J ld Pencils, sivtr( du, (;nld Tl.imblts.Silver } EVTIS :'
I) Y \'irtu.of a writ *>t I ien 1'.cia'i issued from ,\ inQnmrv.J. LSMn.wriop i\ inMonticf 1. Candles, Soap, Mat.karel. Loaf su!ar,
S -n.hr ; : ,
a ? Bi-klctheH-tniuutv tf Xcdl. ) cffce I\oti<:oro I. Jsc'rcby"
f the givenALLhN
II.t < Circuit Court for tie Cheese Crackersmegir, Mu-tard,
Ivory anl !! I H lorO Drfssinr (">n'i' EnH.I"i"| ; ", t1'rk'o SOIUFL Pi ri.f''io\, and may lie foiinl on enquiry
: Countv ( I.-n. Middle Circntol F'Ioni.lahicrcir, : I M'RK; and JOHN MIXFLL.or his s'pice.GmeerNutmegsDried .\' ::
MjJto VV' "I 1 Waf llan i B.irlrs generally at all time stones throtizht tie State
a ,
,: Th.mj'I and I lU.:nir are |"linlls. jnl C.nr; ;e June 1 II. 1M',. 47 rm Ic'al r"l'r"'I'nraflan.1( all others whom it Maccarom Butter and Onions, for sale
aid FIun.l] Rre! \Vim.d.w Cur. .
Ihi < n ;"'Spl' fir.' \ >un u d.I"nl.mt.1 ha\i' l<.' upon and \\il I Pur-tission I ayiTulis't I a xl I n :mel I'o\.l'r, ,|..t"r K,1 le, before the Court H'.USdxr.. in t Iu clay: tilt din) |,etilion,i I in the 'It'rk.j office IIf the Cir-

Ilasks meter, I'Uvnii G. (li! \nH;',. 1:1: :Tu'lc'l. L:!Is. (I'l} of Taih 1 tlia..., on Moi la> the 2nd (lay of IVI b- H 0 VI TOG E HEALTH t'tut (t,urt (tin tl1( Mid lie Circuit (if florida, for Jtfft Family Flour. I
and Dr Busbv .
17; Iriatil. iujrncvt. vMthin l.a5 hours, lit lollomng dcsiiitxd 'rs< n ''in fv [I'ta) in a petition or division ol the \RRFLS FAMIL\ i
CarJ-f.. Clnmn'. Rlwr Strops.. !101., Guitar: and propiriv.to wit : 'TMIOI;s,.\\Sof| I ,pt rsons ontmueto cur,. tint in- llovMnjd. ,'icrilx'd 'ar&'i h of land to-wit : The E.u.1 50 FLOUR

Violin Slriii s, New M'IMC fi r Pi.rn a.\ G'JtI. &r Lot. No 5;, 1( 2t.,T. 2, R. 1N. and V/, containing _L siUfstit totila; I tooths, 1I"id..cf.'Ii. Khtuuiaticfkrtion halt cof thc' South East: tinrtt( of section thirty ; the siznment Vhot and>ner for Maria sale bv, from New E. W. '
with a rat *eanHy, of other moods numerous ..\ SlII.lIl'o'It'.IIa'| C, I Inllu I ,
to one hundred! an 1 tw.'nty.fi\'e( acres also -, tivtnt-s southVt.t tjuartcr of Suet ion h"-ntl-nlnt' ; the 1'\0\.2"2. IS Corner Monroe and
to mcton. ll.e. K i, S. i h.: 4, S.T 1.'I. T. 2, R. 1. V. and \V., en/a, and the h..st t.5 I thov. IlId..II..n" of tht is shy. South IVist: ijiurtir tl s.iion( twenty nine, and

LOOK: BINDING containingeightv armS) 3-1 1'djjrresLev of the 1lc"\I"'III\ : c.11. .a'i "rd,'r. 'mylv h}' |I'C na vtr- the U ..s| half o|' the' So'lIlhr.t juartt of ,-". Family Hams.I'HDS .
In all its brinches, Unks. HulN ,1 Buund lo rrdr ied ; milv iiiin Juaiulntfi"i t'tuftn'jff I'metufit//., .
upon a the proper!} o f s nd and thin h\l'ul.\.c.iI.JI. all in Fownshtp 1 hrti i if ltanme
dfendanl. FAMILY sizes
ofanv .ie or .tyle I Books HAMS, small
&c. re-bound, to be sold to sat-lv. std writ of fieri ( (:.. so 1'jn.I at anvinpt" IIIH t.f th rati;,'int'lit in tnv, nrpM I'our, Noith and Ea't containing lour huiuJred and _9 penor article for sale at private sale bE.

A. A I FISIH.: Slunir fl.main. Oittn, bad<'},tin; lila e''urse, wlnehtpenenec tightly i arm es, rm re or hess, all rof slid! lands lying and %V.

ALSO fur tile a Copying Pies, price IOP fly J. W. ). I). S. has proved aeeordin to Nature, it bt'in., bt'm.j in J..II'r'4l1n; ('ountv ; and that I will nt jve the Nov.22. IS Corner of Monroe and
AnD. Tallahassee, 2'r lcr, jsl". 21-Id* menl> ossistuu her have ini.iv n a ft w ..\S tits'ii lion Juice in sud: (ountv on he t went;-sect>nddiv ,
November IS. 14IS 17 I I restored to health who. but l Ii,i ltrammilreti's! Pills had! liming tIm,' f..urth1..nd.1 in December_ ._ next.. for the - -- Flour.
m" n' --- -- IatrnFamlly
been birk for nionths 'Ih value vf this tmdicintis 'ointment tit Commissioners
GQCf. i is 1 b' onolpricf'. 'IIIOs. JUT". IIFIR 50
I'\GGare landed from Schr, Maria from !'\
STARR& their Full \MH:N TilE: BODY ISSLIUItT TO MANY Sulicitt for Petitioner

of '.I'i'l and I'aiiry. I> ; ? GOOB3.rR cfiangn, it rttjinirs mnlirinc Monticello'Ia.., Sept[ 20, isr. o 3mchuh"'oll'atol"ti the above lour was selected by one of

CrOOd, Rot ami Shoes! I Hardware, CrockervVooden ) rrm\B G2fJcm to Tallahassee! Sudden thanks i from Sony hot, tot hilly weather -- --- --- ---- -- spactors, and warranted to be equal to

\ \r.'. Ir'l. (,r'J'ric- 1rojion &.c., resnoctlnllv mft rm hi.-friends al.d. citi- are unfavorable to health ; and it is a fart uni\'cr"aU\ .\ Notice. Northern brands Received on '
whuhtl. ".-II low f..rl ,\.Shl|| OR LOTION that heat and tnnit 1 sale at pi iv ate sale by E. W !
7eas gene rallv that I I. ha taken the lattly IKcuptifl -- admitted ore lrc' powerful at;< nts months after tlite, iho un,l lr.i ntddniinis.
NovewVr! I I. I"I?. 1i <"vThos. ,: "I.r' diea. rind that SIX Nov to IS Corner of Monrocand
\ in constant and
bv Messrs. Bn.'c-ti. Pirnard,(' the rntrop- producing dry constant ._ .'r of all and! !in ubr. the lands and tene-
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lloir p"itt I .!u. II. K. S< v\ard! &, t'o., where tit i is now I wet weather' both favorable to iU p"IH'r.l' nunts, K..ndi and clnttrN, rights and credits, whit'hwtretf WhKkry.
'f. tion ; it dimes lift sigflmt\i %hat we call it : it Inlay btasue David U illis uhecearaedwili .
('pt'nini; an (entire ne vv st .k "f (; ( and wouldichapij present lu! accounts
it be bilious fc..n.r, il bevrllow ft
to wait on his S public ptncrall : maY' m.uy and voiichrrs to the I linn Jutlge ol Prr.lute 50
.Lcrnlinuetu prwtice in the Supcrit r aril] )'. frifI't anc vtr; it ma> be tUsintarv ; it m iv !I". rhi'umjtisii; it for Leon (COllnl\. for a fins! seltl,'ment of Iii,. accounts landed from Schr Maria, from New

Cuusty ( tiiirtcol J..I i.r..n (.Uty. and in the h Hissti> ton"i"t., in part of BTwn anti Lleachttl, m Courtxol the and the County i "fthe bowtU it ma bt i sill apuiiat ion of the in\"oi'C' E. V.
Superior :lldlc.li.rrict. Shilling I hi-etii.z.. Drilling. Jeans Osnaburg, plain ; ) jaid .\dministration JOIJ WILLIs.
of C,.luml.lam th..I'r Ufirict.! and (ann Print', Mourning Calico plain and fancy the stomach ; it may IM a tu rvoiisaflt'*'lion : hut stillit Seiitmie'r n, I"I I:'. f !;mIn Nov 22. IS Corner of Monroe and
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Jtl Cuiintv .hi-ease amid etis'uusi' f'lIrallc.I\S Hrandrtth __
Resilenccat hilildlo. 'rson M ll] furniture Cilirot. (,mnehimshso.hixi tie I.ainesljiacca ill a II. ;
busititrssentru-tted with 11m. will be promptly attendedto :\ Cahumnere. f'atnbnc. I.awls. | Pills, becaiiHi thtv rtinovt all I u.i|';uutits from! t hiiIOhVt JrHrrson Circuit Court. ADVANCES ON COTTOTO

> Rii'ia and Kirds E vt' lama.iITahlc'lia"pr. .. 111. all hisS ran in allY li,,anni r fit| S th. Sun hier S'lri:01: FLOHlf\-JnFFn..oll COUIITT.J NEW YORKM II\'

March *. M 14. IS ";. and To vels, Jaroni Iial'r. Mu-un' \ Fd: h- |.rti;rc-ss i,f time mal.dv ; no hunt 1. r hit\\ c'.lI..I 1 ; t hints AsMimpsit bv attachment
\ ) T LmKo. & FL\GG will make CASH
--- ----- thtst ills in nit onlv (IIII' Ir..t tuetliciht .nlC' 1
ns. and Inrti.n. Lies, Ctirdttl 1 Siirt., Red, Whitt. | prllp"r| Fan, 'rmsr I ,. STXRR
LeW iTtJ.( but -rallv t lie onl me-dicine that n,'(tl ou ht toinosr r on Cotton consigned to their
j'e-I'ow! art Varlet Manruls, Kentuck Jeans, MI. KI nt ) c'r ; ;: I \lhdivitlor ?llKt 8MMM'tlffi .
Hcnj.mml I Uaters t New York or Liverpool
\T7ILLI.\M 1 H C\KIJn! ; :I.3.AUGLS tenor Sat illdl. Ktrs vs, l.illl"Y. Blankets ImSrilas I It lI.r.1.TO J j hlainages, $ '.-'O lH,.
Tallahassee, Novemlwr. I. Isl5. 15
wnosr; (
\ V TL'S i 1. \ :I ., \ in pa.1- TI.rracl. Sewing Silk etc, etc OICITMIONS; ITNDS : 'ndant and all others intcrestetl arc hereby
aerelmipT1ts vvihatttiHl! *he cimiilin ofthe Mid -.U.I1f- TO IRDDICT.) Oil M.K1I;( : |IIISt-'SI'S-)| |: .I iiotilutl of the institution of the above suit by Iotire.SIX .

die Dii'rit of i lornU.. Jack urn and franklin coon Men and Boys R'issttt Pro: ans GtHtlemon's fine Tins class <.f individuals, are numerms They art attit htm nt, and rt"iniind to appear and plead! to the
DiVrict I Ladies and Mortirco those- who work in an iinht allhv atinos|>}hert'. Printers dtcliratton, I therein tiled arconiinz months after date, I shall apply to
tit-*, in \pab.l.ol 1 he ccuntvtf 1 homas. rr.ia. Tllf Appeals of IIt'rida, ladies lt
and the District an4 Circuit Cc of the United *. Broom Pailsc., &". and a fine 3"urll.nt white Itad manufacturers, are all more fir I h MS subject Monfiielli October I 10. 1SI' \tfy lor Pl'tfT. of dismission as Executor of the estate of

Slate at Tcllahasieev art (,f RDURF, CROCKERY and GROC1 Rills. to tlisease according to t Stein at rungS th of cor!t it lit ion. Ottibcr Is, lsj'I ,. 13 3m Jones,late of said County, deceased
The only metht l 5 prevent dist'ase.istheotcasional RICHARD T.\
nrii>r'\cr* October 2\ 1S11 II
WM. II flROCK1ItflOUtHTaI1hasee. ii"e r>f a medicine which abstnrts from I ho circulation I :n\' give notice, as the law "II..C"tl.( to all Jeffirson County, Dec 20, 1545. 22
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AUGUSTUS E. MX\EI.l. !M. 0' 3 l 3 T-J all dt.It It'ri.us hmmimneirs and eaha-l.!. tin'in l 1\- I the !, Iq at"c'', ami persons rnlitltd to disInmilinn. ---

1S453J tfr bowels Fonn s in anv form an injnriou", .LS t Ihtv I of I the state of JOHN I \V COHEN': ,.. M. D. PAPY

April"*i -?- *"- _- "*- -- -' i .. n .- ATTORNEY AM!I COUNSELLOR AT LAW, only put nfl the t'v'il tlav to make it more dial 1'hi' cu'ss"i 1 lilt ol l.foti ('iiunty. 1 FlnriI.l. that their ,
olLce. Jaoper. Hamilton County, Florida. use of HrandrHh' I I'il 1 I!" will I I inmiri' lit alth I i IH-C.IIISI. lanns ami! mantis will belnrrrdat the expiration m ffi j1 &.

November 22.1'1t5. IS they. take all impure matters out of the I 1.1"I.lln,1| | of two scars from t this date, unless exhilntid to me : Practice all the Courts in
SIX months liter d.tr, the undulincd"i pre I the b'xly is not wt'.ikt' 'd but hlrdicllxiifd i by t their within tho same 1-. R COTIILV WILL Olhce on the first floor o
hi. a-counts and \'oud.trl till /e of for them viluahlt. Pills do not (
Cuullou.ITRI.CP.SSERS (operation trr, lint ExecutorNovimhtr : itol, South winfr. room formetly (
Probate rf Wnkulla! Ce>unty. a Adminis'rator on the assist nature, and arc not "I'I'CIlt.tI.lntt harnmn.
en J.ot No I. Section No. :U. they I l'i, l hti':. 17AiliiiliilMtiutorN Secretary of I he Territory.
estate of M C. Robertson and apply for letters of
tri> with li November 15, 1345 17
I South of No. '-- '
Range II
dumission from the fc:ud estate I. East : fr.',hmippl> |iu"t l rrciivMlund! fir lIalt' lay IVotlco.ALL .
notified that will be dealt with
P. are hereby rigidly
JOiN llXGFRFORf.In law. PAUL LFWIS.V AMI.S, |ItruuggiqI. ',. pi'r"oti.4 indehlc l In Iho estate of Lldred Sim. Notice.SIX .

right 13 1915. ( 1 lunlcforJ. Dec at 27th. 1S15 .fcCOH'IflCK.1I?3 ;'t Sole Agents fair 'is I .lahansrr.A i.. I;tin of Jt'fhrson Count> ili'c,'ascd, vvillniakeiuiintilutepaintnt I months after date, 1 shall present my

December -. ____ __ mo, 1111\1.1\1.1 McIntimh.MsdiiM.nr: :. I Jr.| ; ||,,iMJL 5 lolhemihscnber; and Ihi' e vouchers to the lion Judge of

JNO. G. GAMBLE ; Snlo.-TWO FINE BUGGIKS: ; : Dextrr Mineral Spring, 1.a,1 l |loruU; R.. & luvini rl.inns a..nn-tt HIM! estate, must $prenent th.,nir Jefltmon County and then apply for

Dr. Jr., kFor Harness, for Cash, Norlhirn Treza ant, Ltifawtrr C. I II ;
his Pro..i"nal. Semc 1 to the Cjt17.eTti ville *nd .II. Wilson f:lrf"Y'. I .rrrv, ,l':.i lomU, : '|iuriil by law. or Ihev will In barrul! .f I George; Ritehie George Smith Silas Krupp
&. & smmty -.Q'imcv.; --, M 'int Vi-rn"nOrffb'r I HYniF.U'OOD rc'cuvl'rY'1 Ackley ALEXANDER
Kor IS 1Z. enc 1 tf > ''ml'er I, Iltl'l. 15 11. II J\ n tm Jrfler."n l"tt.. I 11 U N'ov 77, ISI& H December fl, ISIS *'o ( .

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