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 17, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-LAWS- OF THE STATE OF- FLORIDA Sr.t. 12. It shall lie the duly of each Lieutenant Colone or Major upon what conditions ; and generally upon p all-!1,matters- relating-to his. At each m.jxter I IY. the roll shall be called, and all delinquents re

PVSSEI) AT THE ADJOUHXED SESSION. commanding a Battalion, to assist the Colonel of Regiment in department ; he shall be obeyed by all officers of his department, ported to the proper officer.

tia maintaining the militia organization thereof) and (enforcing the mili. which shall consist of the Division Quarter Master General!, the 1'I. Brigade Regimental, and Battalion orders shall l lie given in

[PI'BLiSIJEI( ) r.v AITHORITY.] orders and of patrol the Colonel laws within the same his ; he shall once a year, under the '"Brigade Quarter Master General, Regimental Quarter Masters, writing, a copy of which mu"t be kept by the proper; officer.A .'
assemble and shall exercise and }
atalon. Quarter Master's sergeants the arsenal.keepers and )jNiwder receivers :II. On tours of duty a private may be represented by an able '
instruct it in the
school of
CHAPTER 39.-[No. 1:!.] drill, assemble all his officers Battalion and, non-commissioned. ; on the day officers precedingsuch who shall, in addition to any other duties which may be required bodied ull"tituf ; tour of duty! : shall be limited to a period of sin +t
amiinstruct of I 111 by the commandants of their respective corps be months but tohinterr! corps may be made to serve for the'whole time
ACT to orijanire" the Militia of the State of Florida them in the tactics and the be
AN" mann-tiures to performed next charged)
til performance in their of the duties !
( respective corp) they stipulated un when mustered into service.
SECTION. Re it marled 1>y the Xcnale and 11mfirflf Jiejireventalirrs day; he shall I he responsible for the correct instruction and good order prescribed! fpr th" Quarter Master (;enPaJ A)HI. The mititia phall aid the authority on a written rcquiMtion .

of thr .SViVof Florida in denrral ..turm"clfi..nrd, That of his Battalion, and shal. when required b,) his Colonel or any Sr.i.: :!2. It shall h. the duty of the Judge Advocate General to of a civil officer, specifying ch"i object.IX. .

every able) l odicd free white male inhabitant of!' the' State betweenthe of'his superior officers, a til and complete return (the strength I attend! all Court' Martial apininftly; the Commallcr.in.Chit'f and If a sudden invasion or insurrection Lbal take place, or be :.
eighteen and t five who has resided in the of his Battalion, and of the public arms, equipments ordnance and shall in the of the made
ages' forty years same piosecnte name State, al persons may be or threatened, on an "'Iortion ofthe :tate, t commanding officer p'of
four week in tim of peace, and ton days in time of war hall" be from military his stores in its possession, and shall obey and execute all orders brought 1J'f'!(, MKl courts ; he shall, \ required by the Corn- the militia or any (tortum thereof adjacent thereto, shall be, and) Iio

enrolled and liable: to jierform militia duty, except clergymen and superior officers. ntau+!er.ln.( 'hief or any Majnr (;"llml. give his opinion in writing, is hereby authorized and enjoined, to order nut the militia under his
ferrymen, and such persons as arc exempted by the laws of I the United'States. Sic. 1:1. I shalle duty of each Captain or commanding officerof on any point of rn'iilia or patrol law ; he Ihallak.annually to the command to repel or suppress the same and troops thus ordered t into

a company l within his company the militia and patrol Comminder-in-C\ief; a lil re|Hurt of tho 1llll'r Hi\ision. Brigade service shall: be subject to and governed I the rules ali article- of ,
SEC. i!. The militia: shall lie divided into two divisions four laws of this State ; he shall assemble his company at least twice a anal 1 Regimental courts martial held i in each Division, Brigade war for the government of the United Stat)1, and shall be entitled) to ;;t

brigades, fourteen regiments, and twenty eight Imtalion". The year, and shall instruct, drill and ('lerc".' it in the school of the and l Regiment
militia west t of the Suwannee river shall compose the first division ; soldier: and company ; he lhal}be responsible for the correct instruction grade, for what ollence, and the amount of the fines imposed at said officer shall forthwith T'plr the same to Ii.com.nanding officer,

and the militia tact of the aid" river, shall compose the second divi- and good order of company ; he shall keep constantly in such t'Ollf; he snail l!' obeyed! 11' all officers of his department, and and to the Executive by express. '1

sibn. The militia nest of \paldlicoh, shall compose the first office in his company, the full number of non-commissioned officers by the Brigade! .iutln' Advocit.\s and Regimental Judge Adx'ocates.Sic. X. No officer, non-commissioned officer or private shall: be arrested y;

brigade. The militia oast tht. Apalaehicola and west of the required! by law under |penalty of twenty dollars ; he shall appointthe : :::}. Each I Brigade Judge .\dcatt.lln required shall at. I by.an civil princess while attending any muster court martial

Suwannee, Khali compose(the second.brigade. The militia residing Sergeants Corporals, Clerk, and )Musicians of his company, all tend all: courts martial appointed\ the Major General of the Dilision or while )active service, or when going to or returning therefrom;
in the counties of Cuium1ia. .Iahua. Levy Marion Benton, and they "hal lie removable ul 1m pleasure ; he shall make such. returns to which lie belongs, and! "IIaI attend ali'courts martial appointedby and any arrest or service of process or execution on the person at a

Hillsborongh. shall cotnpos'the thir brigade: and) those rt"i.lin. in and reports of his company as may be required by any of his superior the! l-rig.dier; : General of Brigade: to which he is attached, and such time, i is hereby clldaret false< imprisonment, except for troa'UI.

the counties ofu.m.: I>uval. St. Johns, Oran! St. Dadc. oflirer( : he slnll! report all the defaulters of his company for shall |Prosecute in the name of the.State all persons who may be felony or breach of p ace ; and all persons on such service a.

and Monroe, shall compose the fourth brigade. The first regiment the neglect of militia or patrol duty ; all non-commissioned otclrs. brought before: such Cf'trt"; he shall annually make to the Jud 1ll"at' ")named, except when on active service, shall pass all bridge>

shall he composed of thf militia in th counties of Iscambia 1 ; and I I for neglect of duty or disobedience of orders of parade, cause "\ (;('nlrl a full report of the number of Division, Brigade and ferries free of expense ; when on active service they hall pas,
Santa Rosa : the second, of Walton and Washington ; the third of them to "be court martiallcd for such 1C't.t duty ; if iliere should.l and Re'imcntal courts inartlu; held iu t. Brigade, the number of at the public expense. +

Franklin and Calhoun : the fourth; of Jak"tl: the fifth, of Gad,. I I be no defaulters: to any court martial eltai('. for the trial of defiul- persons tilt'tJ their rank, tor; what :'tires, and amount of fines imposed XI. Til) arms and various accoutrements kept by the militia and) y

den : the sixth, of !Leon and Wakulla ; the SI'\lllh. of tens in his Regiment or Battalion, he "hal report the sam- in writing a: court : he shall ism uiialr; ; charged with all military used, for militia duty, shall I be exempt from execution and, civil process.

the eighth of 'I"dj".1 and Hamilton ; tlt ninth. of (, JC'ff'rsol'l to, such court, and shall execute ant obey! all orders of his ,superior and patrol flll for which' execution pray issue in his Brigade ; he XII. Breaches of order iuuIJnlin\tion.: or disobedleii'-e In th.militia .

tenth, of Alarbna. Levy and Marion : eleventh! of officers. .I'al :luPI.l l al PMI.-W. :1 1 111,1"1'in his Brigade, whenever the laws on muster, shall be punished, arresting! and pulling tin ,
Hillsborough : the twelfth, of Duval) and Nassau : thttilirtt'llh. of SEC. 11. I shall be the duty of the first and second Lieutenants Brigadier; (;cllrtloh: .o suit he shall! be attached "haJ attend ; offender or offenders; under guard during)the time of such lu.kr. nand

St. Johns Orange, and St. l.uCt: and the t'Hrttc'nth. of Iad) I to assist the Captain of their company nrunluin to its military organ, he shall In obeyed by all Reginm: ,'ntal Judge .Advocates in Briga.Je.SI. by returning him or them to the next Regimental court IrtiJ.
and Monroe. izaiol. and to enforce the militia and patrol laws within the same 21. I shall he the lit!: ', HI! each: I R 'gim-utal Judge Advocateto and on conviction before: said court, shall pay a ti,1 not exceeding'

SEC. :J. The Governor; and Commander-in-Chief shall be entitled and to execute and! obey)all the orders of their superior officer attend ail courts martial! :tIip" ',int'u by the lOllan.nt,of the Regiment twenty-live dollars: at the discretion of the said court.XIl'l. .

to the following staff viz : One Adjutant and In
Generals with the rank ff otrc.Brigadier: General ; a Pay Master General ; militia officer, before they proceed to hold such election, shall State all persons who may !li brought before:; any such court ; he shallauuuali complaint mud-, and charges preferred ; oil.t any Fiekl or Staff ?I

with the rank of Colonel,who shall be appointed by the Governor duly sworn, that they will impartially hold and !'aithfully; conduct !: make to the Judge _Vdumaleof the Brigade to which he belong officer, detail a general court:. martial, for thu trial. of such officer, i

by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. I.oont such election, and thcare bC"lraIauthorizcd to administer such I .a mil report( of the number ul'eu frt. martial held in his Regiment with as little delay as practicable. ; tX11
: oath to one another, and they may swear am person offering to cute i the :: rank for what -. That the and! +
Quarter Master (tII'rl. one ureot General one Judge .\d\ :t( nutmit'r .1 pit rsons 11Ii'.i' their ofiencesandthe Cultucll of Regiments [Captains]] Companies i
as to his qualifications, and propound such questions as they amount of imposed at each court he shall be shall (' Regimental anJ courts ''
and eight .Aids-de-Cntnp. to rank as Colonels, who shall be appointed may ; specially n'l.Iletoil ..arr'J.: or company
afcd commissioned the Governor. deem necessary ; they shall keep a book in which the names of ail charged' with enforcing; the collection of militia and patrol fines for I mahial. for the trial of officers in their respective cournands. l '

SE( 4. There shall by be lo each ti\5ion. out Major General J persons \'o'.il' shall be recorded. anJ protidti; a box I for ;lit- reception which execution may i issue in his i Regiment, and he shall attend all X\'. _Any w'nuu or ,.'r-or: who shall by disorderly or rir t+a/4 t ay

with the.following stafl": 'iz : one division Adjutant General. with of It I.lus.! the. returns to be lad to the officer ordering the Regimental nri't<'rs of his l t.riU"lt.l.lItn'r} the attendance of I conduct, interrupt the militia. while on nrister, court martrtt} or other '.l+l. 4

the rank of Colonel one division Inspector! (I'ntral. with the rankof election as required by the general election law. C ntt'sttot elections the proper| Judge .ltlvcw'ate cannot l Is- conveniently procured, it shall dory shall be arrested by the proper ofiier anJ turned over t. the
Lieutenant Colonel : one division Quarter Master Genera! : three bl be determined under the same rules as are required I by j be lawfid for an>' officer ai;,;>omtiig a court martial, to detail a suitable I evil authority, to I be fined in a sum not exceeding twenty-five dollars:: a

Aid .dl'.Camp : one division Pay Ia.ttr. and one Judge! Advocate the (general election law, upon notice given to the officer orderingthe person to act: as Jufgudvncate J at such court, who shill trans- at the di..cretiul of the court. R '

with the rank of Lieutenant Colon-Is respectivelyho shall be appointed election. mil a copy of the proceeding-'- of such court to the proper J u.Jcd.. XVI. In the proceedings of all courts martial, the \OCf' of a majority .
bY. and receive their comuissions from the Major General. S.r. :. 10.; Resignations of militia officers shall be tendered in \ocate in who-e place he shall act. of the members shall be necessary: i Iii substantiate a sentence

SEC. 5. The Brigadiers respectively! shall be officered by one writing to the following;oflctrs. and if aCf''lttd. hal be letaincd l SKI. :'". I :alll the duty of the Paylicter( General; to receiveall of guilt, and they "hal awa'da |puai.hn; according to their estimation r'.
Brigadier General, with the following Staff; viz : one Adjutant Gen. on file in the depaitmeut officer ( lil it. : .\ .Major fines imposed: by any courts m irtial: appointed; by the Comm tnder. of the criminality ot the accused.XVII. 1. ; .

era!. Brigade Inspector, Brigade( Quarter Master, one Brigade PayMaster General:, hail resign to the Commandcr-m-Chief; a Brigadier General in-Chief.: and pay over the sumlo his order ; he shall annually maketo All persons against whom charges shall ha lrercrn'cJ. shall

Brigade Surgeon, two .lids-de-Camp, and one Judge Advocate or oiliccr of the Division StaJl": to the Major General of theDiu'sion the CUIIIl'r.in.Chie a till report[ 11 the amount' of money) have due notice thereof, either written: fr printed, setting fJrtu the ; 1 .
to which such resigning officer I iHMongs, or if be received I him, anti I tram whit whom. and the of witnesses if '
to rank as Majors, who appointed by, and receive tlll' no by source amount paid, to specific( :ccI"ation. names any are neceury rC
"halle Major General; then to the Commander-in-Chiel ; the Field i officers and the! amount rcm-untng in his hail.! : Iwhal also annually maketo ; all Field officers and their Staff shall have twenty days notice. )
their commissions Brigadier {
tenant: Colonel, one"ha1 Major, and the following; .StafKiz: : one AdjutanUone tlr be none, to the Major General or officer commanding the Diti-) by each Vi'i"i"n.I i Brigade and Regim"ntal Pay Master in the privates five days notice, except offences on l'I"ter. in camp, or other e
Quarter Master, one Regimental Judge .\d"oatt one PayMaster Eton to \\ hich they belong ; the company officers or Regimental) :tat: State, the amount nail: ] out !by, each, and the amount remaining in the duty, when the proper officer may arrest, anJ the commanding offi.
one with the rank; of Captain. one Assistant Sur. to the Colonel or commandant: of the Regiment.Si ) hands of cael: he shall be < harct with the payment of the militia cer detail a c 'ur martial forthwith for their trial.!
Sur'fon 17. When any vacancy,' in the commission of any officer of when in sl'n'ict of the State : he shall give bond with sureties XVIII. In all courts martial the officer highest in rank ant senior '
with the rank of First one Sergeant Major one
geon Quarter Master Serjeant, Iillulnant.one ) Major. The Regimental the line shall occur, the; officer hose duty it may he to ii it, shall payable to thu State of Forida. lor' the faithful performance of his in commission shall preside and the jun.,r shall he tho recorder, and

vStafT shall be appointed and those entitled to commissions shall receive forthwith i issue his order, placing the ot1Ct next in rank the corps duty in such sum as may 10 necessary by the Commander. I the proceedings 'shall be certified by the President and recorder, my M '
them. from the of the Regiment.: in which the vacancy may happen office '"acatld. until an in-Chief which bond shall 1,1 dppoitl.t in the office of the Adjutant j and transmitted by the Judge "\d\cate to the officer ordering the

SEC. 7. There Colone to each one Captain, one First officer shall be elected and commissioned to ti such vacancy ; ant General ; he shall be obeyed by all the officers of his department, court, which it approved, shall l he considered final, if the same shall
Lieutenant Second Lieutenant company four Sergeants four Corporals.two in the interim the officer so ordered to fill office, pro t'mpoT, which .hal consist of all Division, Brigade and Regimental Pay designate the punishment of casheri ''g ; but for fine only.the recorder
one shall have the same powers anJ be liable to the same penalties as if shall hand it to the proper collecting officer to collect the money.
and not I less than two privates : the
mU5ican' one cl'rk. musicians and clerk thirty shall he appointed by elected) tf. the unit office. Sec. 2 l. I atiulro!! \ the duty of each Division Pay Master, 10 receive XIX.[ 'l. presiding officer ff the courts martial shall IK sworn )bya
the non commander., of the :1(;. I1*. Each officer shal reside in his respective command, andon all the fines imposed by any court martial appointed by his Major member of the court.to perform; his duty to the best of his understanding ..t
Captain or company. elected the his removal his commission shall bo vacated : Pr. General, and to pay over the same to the order of the Commander- and to render his judgment without partiality, l favor or affection $
be qualified
General by
SEC. <' The
5. Majors .hal General the vided, That when the dividing line of an Regiments, Battalions, or in-Chief or such Major (;t'llrl : he "hal alnuall' make to the Pav ,,and a similar oath shall be administered; by the President to reach
of the divisions the Brigadiers by qualified )
e"trl ;Brigades the Colonels Lieutenant.Colonels company beat shall pass through any city, town or village, any per Master General and his Major C as oten as may be reqii'' ed of the other members; the President or recorder on swearingthe t'
of their
voters respective the ;voters of the several Regiments son holding a commission in either )Regiment, Battalion, or Company by such Major ieneral, a foil report of the amount of money receivedby witnesses, shall swear them to speak the truth, the whole truth,
and, and the Majors by and qualified of Companies the may reside within the limits of such city; town, or village, with. him, from what !source the amount paid, to whom, and the amount and nothing but the truth, and the President shall have power to issue

; Captains heats the Captains of by Com- out forfeiting his commission. remaining in his hands ; he shall also make report annually to the subKtnas| to compel the attendance of witnesses, and to serve
of the .
qualified voters their st'era1 non-commissioned company officers; by warrant, who SEC. 19. I shall be the duty of each clerk in any heat company P.t)Master General the amount of 0>prey received I by each Brigade such summons by such persons as he may appoint and[ designate, and
panics shall appoint dollars to do once in evry year, to take census of his company, and he is authorized and Regimental Pay Master in his Division the amount paid by each, said witnesses shal give their attendance or pay a fine of not more %
fine of ten on refusing so,
shall serve two years from or pay the to take the nar.e.I! of,every person resident within its limits and! and the amount remaining!in the hand. of each ; he shal be chargedwith than ten the discretion of the court martial.
unless they remove company. to inquire into the liability of such person to pertortn militia or patrol the payment of the militia of his Division the service XX. .\1 courts martial convened forthe trial of delinquents Ih.1 l
be the of each Major General to superintendand
SEC. 9. I"hal duty of his and enforce duty in such company)", and if any person shall fail or refuse to answer of the State ; he hall give bond! with sufficient securities in the | ena- be composed of the following ratio of commis ioned officers-;, til'
preserve military organization di'isiol. satisfactorily on oath (which oath he is hereby authorized to administer sum of one thousand dollars to the State: of Forida. t for the faithful trial of a Major General; Brigadier: Colonel, Lieutenant: Co'oiie! o- f
of this State he
the militia and ;
strictly within the same, patrol ) the necessary inquiries of such clerk respecting his liability to performance of his duties; which bond shall with the clerk Major, not less than five nor more than thirteen} commissioned officers ;
and returns of his division
shall from time to time, make such reports Commander-in-chief he to | crfomi such duty, such person shall be enrolled by the clerk, and of the court of the district in which he resides at the lime of his appointment fur the trial 1 of Governor's, Major General's, o Brigadier General's: ,t

a may be requird of him by and thf drill of each Regiment; of shall not afterwards he permitted to plead any exemption or disubili. as Iti\'i"iol Pay Master ; he shall be obeyed I)all Brig.ai' tatr not less than three nor more than bc\'n commissioned officers ; r
shall with his "taf attend a review for ty which existed at the time of such enrolment ; he shrill keep a.roll and Regimental l P.iy Masters l ol his Division.Sic. ) t trial of any other commissioned or Staff olcer. nut less than
di\ision at ) once in two years and shall be responsible[ all persons liable to perform ordinary militia dutyuid a roster of : ti7. I shall be tlH duty of (each Brigade Pay Master to receive three ; for the trial l of non-comtuisaiunud privates, three # ,
of his division ,
the correct instruction and good order : .hal all men liable to perform ordinary patrol duty in his company ; hl'hal. all fun's impost..1 I I by any court martial appointed; by the Brigadier commissioned olficers.
of such
and b responsible for the due execution inactions as may under the superintendence of the captain or commanding officer General; or officer[ commanding the Brigade to which he belongs l XXI. .\ company court of inquiry to consist of the Captain, first
all orders from theCofimander.in.Chief.
be required bv law and shall obey and execute company, make out and furnish all patrol warrants to the commandcrs and pay over the same to the order "fCfJmantler.in.Chief. the Majorieneral and second, LieufnanU, shall convene at the company muster ground

of patrols ; he shall make out and present to the commanding ( of the Division or Brigadier of the Brigade to which he belongs on the regular mutter day, of each company res|>fctively, who, after
General of eachBrigade
SEC. 10. I.1alIJ the duty of the Brigadier of his officer of his company, all the returns of the strength and equip ; he shall annually make to thu I livisiouiPayMasternfthe Division being sworn, shall hear the excuses of defaulters fur nonattendanceat

to superintend and preserve the military or organization menls of his company that shall be required ; he shall keep a bookin to which he IK.longs, and to the officer; commanding his Brigade, Brigade. Regimental, l Battalion. and Company musters. and ujion '
Brigade, and enforce strictly within the same, the militia and patrol. which he shall record all written orders received or issued by the as often as may bs required by such olc'r. a till report of the amountof good cause bhuwii, on the oath or affirmation of such defaulter or de'I
the Adjutant
laws of this State ; he shall annIal' malt. and transmit to commander: of the company,and he "hall. exempt from drill at Company ni< :iey received by l.il. fr >m wl t source the amount paid, to I tamers, ma.remit such fine or fines : I'rodlol, hoirerer, that in the '
of I
and hl.pectoreneral Ihitate by the first day fec''m. Battalion, Regimental and Brigade musters ; every cerk. for whom, and! the amount remaining his hands ; h<3 shall annually absence of cither of the officers: above named, the officer in com.
her, a full and complete report of the strength of his Brigade, in tle neglect of any duty required by law, or disobedience of oners, thal make to his Division Pay Master a full I report of the amount money maud of such company shall detail the orderly sergeant to fill such t i
and stores
public arms equipments, toks. ordnance military of be fined in the bum of five dollars. received of each Regimental Pay Master in his Brigade, the A'acancy.XXII. ,

possession : he !hal. with statf attend a and review shall and he drill SEC. lit). I shall 1,1 the duty of the Adjutant and Inspector General amount paid out,and the amount remaining!in the hands of each ; he The officers comp osing.such, court of inquiry may swear r ,
each Regiment Brigade t every)year responsible to attend once in four jeans the muster of each Regiment in the &halle cbargl1t with the paynvnt of the militia of his Brigade when each other, truly and impartially to hear and determine all excuse
s for the complete organization, correct instruction and good or. State, and the drill of the officers; of each the day Previous,and whenever il se'icl' the State ; he shall give bond and security to the brought before them for dcfwlt. and execution shall issue forthwith
del of his Brigade : he shall order, and be responsible for tl shall he shall deem it necessary he may instruct the officers of the State of Florida in the penal sum I of one thousand dollars, for the for the collection of all (>enalties not remitted by such court.

execution of such inspections as may l Ito required by law. of Regiment, provided there be ) superior| officer present who may faithful p performance of his duties, which bond shal be depositt with X.Nrlll. All officers detailed on courts martial, shall give their attendance

obey and execute all orders from the Commander.in.Chief or any think proper to assume the direction of the dril; he shall keep a the clerk of the CCr of the cibtric in which tim or pay a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars, unless they !

superior officer military bureau at Talahasl in which he : keep a true record"of of his appointment as Brigade Pay Master; he shall L(obeyed by satisfy the officer ordering the same, that cause beyond his or their
SEC. 11. I shall be the duty of each Colonel commanding of a Regiment hispatrol the number and Division, Brigade and Regiment in all the Regimental Pay Masters. of his Brig de. control, prevented their attendance ; which cause shall be mado

to superintend and preser\e the military organization the State ; he shal procure a record annually of a return of the SEC.JM.. It shall be the duty of each Regimental Paymaster to known tu the officer ordering the same in time to detail another

Regiment and t'nGrct strictly) within the same the militia and strength, arms equipments of the militia, the names, ranks and receive all fines imposed by any court martial appointed by the Col. officer. r
law State ; be shall detail regimental or company courts dates of commissions of all the field officers ; he shall record.all military or officer commanding th. Regiment to which he belongs, and SI... 3il. I shal be the duty of the Governor and Commander-
martial to meet at his regimental muster ground, or at sumo other orders received by him, and generally all matters which relateto one fines imjK scd either by law or by any officer of the Regiment, in.Chief to an election in the sc\erallivisions lrigdes and i

convenient place or places within his command, whenever necessary, his office or the militia, and which in his opinion may be neccs- and pay over the same to the order of the Comrnander-in-Chicf or Regiments, on the first Monday of April, 1
t try all defaulters in militia or patrol duty, and all officers (below sary to exhibit the true strength, character and condition of the military Major iercral of the Division, or Brigadier of the Brigade, or Colonel and Regimental officers of the militia cf the State ; thirty days notice

the grade of field officers) and non-commissioned. ofcer.for neglect force of the State ; he shall once a year visit and inspect the or officer commanding the Regiment to which he belongs ; he fur which shall be given in al the new Capers in the State, and

of duty or disobedience orders in his regiment ; thal once in. arsenals and magazines in this State, and report to the Comman er.in.Chieflhcir shall annually make to tie Brigade Paymaster of the Brigade, and special notice sha1 be set up by the inspectors appointed to hold said

each year, order out his Regiment and shall (Iri. exer'ts', and instruct condition, the number, kind and condition of arms and to the officer commanding the Regiment to which he belongs, or as elections, for space of twenty days in tlf or more public places +

it in thp school of the Battalion, and on the two days preceding equipments 1 I and public stores in each, the number and descriptions often as may be required! by such officer, a fI report of the amountof iu said election di.tric; the ellcion 10 conducted in the same '

each dri. or on fmc convenient days previous order andassemble of public arms and equipments distributed to the militia each year, monies received by him, fiorn what source, the amount paid, to manner and under the same rules as are prescribed in the present
all hi. (' and noncommissioned officers, and shall the po-ition and( conditionjof such distributions; and to enable whom paid and the amount remaining in his hands ; he shall he election laws for civil officers, and the returns shall[ be made t forthwith .

exercise and in"truc them in such rnana-uvres as he intends to beperformed all him to perform this duty, the Quarter Master General, and other offi charged with the payment of the militia of the Regiment to which to the Governor and Cornmander-in.Chief; the order shall

at his )Regimental drill ; he shall once in every year order having charge of these departments, shall, when required make he Ieongshln in the service of the State ; he shall give bond specify the |persons to hold such elections:, who shall perform that duty I
out and attend a renew and drill of each Battalion of his Regiment; con nMHjrts'to him of the different matters committed to their charge ; the State of Florida in the sum of five hundred I or pay a tine of filly dollars t fur such neglect ; all white men al ove

every Colonel shall be responsible for the complete organization., flI shall distribute all orders from the Commander-in-Chief: to the dollars, for the fJithJitlpfrtitrlal{(of his duty which bond shall heI I the age of eighteen and under forty vo years, liable: to perform mili. '
correct instruction, and good order of his Regiment ; he shall perform several and obey all orders from him furnish blank forms of lodged with the clerk of the Circuit Court in the county in whichhe tia duty, slal be entitled to vote, and the jH'rsv'ti having the greatestnumber
such inspections a tIu.l be required of him bylaw ; he shallat different returns that may be required and explain the principles on resides at the time of !his ap|>ointment as )tf imen'-" Paymaster.SEC. \'otcs shal be declared d.cttJ

least once in every year, at such time as .h.LI be required by the which they should be made ; ho shall mako : return of the militia, w. The Division, Brigade, and Regimental Paymasters, and SKC. 33. .\1 officers dCtt t undtr this act hall.ulj their '
Brigadier General!, make out and transmit a flI and completereturn with their arms, accoutrements and ammunition, to the President of all other Staff officers, shall attend all parade when the Chief to offices during good behaviour, and shall be required serve Iwo

of the strength of his Regiment and of public arms, the United States, on'or before the first day of January: in each year ; whose Stall"they respectively are attached, sh.1 attend ; the Paymasters years or pay a tine of five hundred dolar each, unless they should bo
equipments, ordnance and military stores in its possession; and he he l he charged with the marshalling and inspection| of troops shall he allowed to retain twenty per rent of all monies collected promoted or remote from the )i'i, !, Brigades or Regiment.
make such and returns respecting his regiment, as may the&hal in relation to all military allure, and when in the by them respectively ; they are specially charged with the SEC. 3 t. Any Regiment which shall refuse or neglect to organize,
hl at any time required reports by any of his superior officers; he shall enforce field correspondence with I all general details of service of every description : he collection of militia and patrol fines. under the thirJ. (colll section of this Act, for the space of three
the collection of all fines imposed in his Regiment,and Ibal obey shall be obeyed by all officers of his dtlartmcnt which shall consist SEC. 30. The Physicians and Surgeon General are charged with months from the day election, the Brigadier General of the Brigadeto

Lad execute all orders from any of his superior officers. Colonel of the Division Adjutant (Genera I, } Inspector Generals, the government of hospitals and regulating the duties of the Surgeons which the samc'am attached, shall appoint the several officers
immediately after bis election on the first Monday of April afierk General, the Adjutants and Sergeant Majorsof and Assistant Surgeons, and by whom he shall be obeyed. necessary, who shall he obliged to serve under Oho same penalties
the .
ing received his commission from the Governor, shall su1 divide Regiments Inspectors, Orderly Sergeants and Clerks of
ku\Regiment into two by a line leaving the pottion of bLaH in addition to any other duties which may required by the I. livery commissioned officer before he enters upon the duties, of until others are elected to fllhcir places. .Any company

mica a. nearly equal on Utalons} as may be ; and he shall commu.Xicate commandants of the respective corps to which they arc attached, he his office, shall take an oath or affirmation, to support the constitution which sill refuse to organize, whln required so to do by the field '
the same to the Lieutenant Colonel and Major, and shall as'gnto with the performance (in their respective corps) of the duties of this State and that of the United States, and faithfully and to the officers }Regiment, for the space of three months, the Colonelofthe

'; each his in writing ; and it shal be the duty of the charged for the Adjutants and Inspector| General. best of his abilities, execute the duties
Lieutenant Batalo Major to subdivide respective Battalions prescribed SEC. ai. It shall be the duty of the Quarter, Master General to which oath or affirmation, shall he written on the back of the commission for one year" or unti others. are elected, >to. fill place, _under______.. 1
into companies, leaving: an equal number of men in each as near I and inspect at least once a year, the arsenals nna maga- signed by the officer and attested by the person administering same penalties as though they hail been duly elected shall ny the be company to;
superintend required
in each Pntcidcd, Aourrcr, that no officer thus appointed
and sfc.ket'pinr the
hold elections same.
> to for the transportation I
u may be, and appoint iwo responsible men zincs of the State ; to provide
first and second and ammunition of the State he II. The drill exercise herewith presented shall be adopted by themilitia appear in uniform.
of ;
beat for the offices Captain
set ofT equipage
mpmy a of the tents, arms, camp of holding the election
SEC. 33. shall be the duty
notice for and and of this State. persons
lieutenants of said at least ten days with the tranRjwrtmg troops I
companies, giving shall IMS charged quartering notice thereof at three
, shall have least end of military stores III. Tho uniform of the field officers shall be the same as that the various company districts, to give ten days
the said the transporting
fo holding same { inspectors a their provisions, keeping
the of the of the United Status. The of the most public places in said district.
notice of their appointment. Provided, That when the mtltlatwo materials of kind, opening roads and building repair. adopted by regulations army stuff shall
each county and every he shall make annual returns uniform of the company officers shall consist of a blue coat and Sue. 36. All[ military commissions, except ofcer
counties to constitute one for military ; t
are required Riment inn bridgcs purposes from the and be countersigned by Adjutant
be required the and kinds of arms, sword.IV. emanate Go'eror.
shall into Battalions, not and General of nom ir .
b organi separate shl l the Adjutant Inpector In of musket, or shot and Inspector General.
Regimental, and equipment a
attend and military stores equipments belonging 1 rite
the foUO.iDilYollce.
to ordnance of this .
t go beyond it own county ammunition, SLC. 37. From and after he l passage \c
01 Battalion musters,but shall be renewed separately at each of theirTepectise to the State, and the number and kind delivered out, to whom, and shall be indispensable. -

county tkcs.

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--- ---- -- : ---- -- -- each member into service shall be forever deprivedof SEe 13- Be it further enacted, That if the person who shaft
of the so to
the refusing
.u.es an I rto 'JttliO1S shall lit observed' in tilling: vacancies oi the 1 :lol- perform their d'ties r""il'ctl'cly agreeably to reguliliuns (
have caused the be erected has
named officers army of the Tinted becoming a member of any volunteer company. building to : an estate in fee /or life,
lowing : senior President i. SEC. 71. Any officer of volunteer company who shall makea or any less estate' either in law or in equity, or if the land on whicb
SEC. 50.
1st. When !shall take place in the ollice: of Majorfieneral or warrants i"su'c by any otrpr. o any
any vacancy of deceive officer the building is erected. at the lima of the contract for
of. ordered detailed in of this false return his with the intention to any building or for
it shall !1,0 the duty i.f tin- Governor; to order an election in any courts + or pursuance company
such Division, to fill such vacancy. act, for the collection of any fine or penalty imposed by th's act, shall whose duty it may be to inspect such company, or shall knowingly furnishing materials therefor, i is mortgaged or under any other liens
2-1. IVheneverany shall take place! in the office of Brigadier hue the force effect c.fan execution in law.: make any false representation to such officer concerning the or incumbrance, by contract or statute' the person who procures the

General, it shall! vacancy In this duh of the Major (leneral[ of the Divi- SEC. 51. ant right of appeal upon good talt slowlIlal} number of men in his company, or their uniform arms or equipments I work to be done, shall nevertheless be considered as the owner to
shall martial be cashiered and forever the extent of his right and interest in the land, and the lien before
lion to which .such Brigade thaU bs attachJ, to order an election to be allowed to any person against whom any fine may imposed by on conviction. by a court
fill :any company or battalion: court martial, to the next Keginent.il: court deprived of becoming a member of any, volunteer! company. provided for by this act shall bind his whole estateand interest there

3J.ichacancy.Whenever any sin1.! take place! in the oticp of Colo martial, upon' entering into I'nd l and security for the eventual pay. SEC. 72. I shall bo the duty of each Major comimnding, a Battalion in, and the credilo may cause thc right of redemption or whatever

nel, it .hall be the duty! of vacancy the Brigiiior General to an election meat of said fine : lrridf'd. the same should nut be rlmi'eJ. of Arlileryor Cavalry not forming 1 part of any organized re- other right or estate the owner }had in the land to t,sold and appliedto
to fill Snc, j!. The! cav dry! ( State shall consist of volunteers in giment of cavalry, to order courts martial which shall meet at Fefl"t the discharge of his debts according to the provisions of this act.

4ii.: tudl"aC:1cr.When-ver'any take pi ice in he om( !' of any the territorial limits of each Division of infantry, who, "hallothem.. once in every six month", at some convenient place within the limits SEt 14. Be further enacted. That ship chandlers, storekeepers
Li i--itenitt Colonel, i it,! !'ll vacancy In' shal' duty of the Colonel! of the Regiment selves in constant readiness to march 'lo any point ,, of such Battalion, and shaliry all non-commissioned officers, musicians and all dealers, mechanics and workmen shall have a len on any

iti which such \ happen, loonier an election to I be held! suppress ins:irrcction, or repel intoa.iul; and U(company: shall consist and privates of for their default of any duty rev ship ,vessel steamboat or other water craft, fur all stores, provisions,
at the twrlprtcilct\'actrmH'the Battalion in which such vacancy may of more than one Captain, two Lieutenants, on* Cornet, four quired by law ; and he shall report promptly to the commanding of rigging or other materials, or labor or services of any kind whateverfurnished
LapjMMi} to fill such vacancy. Sergeants, four Corloralo one Sadler! one Farrier, one Trumpeter, i 'ricer of the Brigade to which such Battalion/ i is attached, every officer or rendered to o for the use of any such ship or vessel l. or
.r lh. \lu'f anv vacancy: hall take! place in the office of Major, ,I and not less privates.SEC. thereof who "hal disobey or not perform the duty required by law. steamboat, or other water craft, and which lien shal have a preferance -
shill! !I" t'i'" cutv! ;of the Colonel l. or. in his absence of the Lieutenant 53. No comoany; of cavalry! shall be received or recognizedas SEC. 73. The officer authorized to order a court martial shall also overall others : Provided, however, that right of lien is to
of 1r1! !Regiment. in which Mich vacancy miy happen to a company, unless such; company): ai its first i iispeclion shal consistof have: power appoint supernumeraries' well as members of such cease if not enforced witLin thirty days after the same accrued.SEC. .
C"UII' an pectjI! in.like mofr. which! said election shall, be heM at least: one captain: two lieutenants, one cornet, sergeants, court, and the former shall supply the vacancies occasioned by the 15. Be it fur therenacled'fhat in al cases the managers or
aiJ: c.m.wof.1! u'i !l.Tthe superi'iVudiiice! of three person?, to be ip.poiivd four; corporals, and thirty two privates!in full! iirifbrm.: and each member absence, inability n incompetencyof the latter, but such court shall overseers of plantations shall have a on a part of the crop
by ihoflicror officers! ing aid! election, and it -hall: !! Ue fully C''lillwt with a "'.I.I..IriI(., Inl'r. n artil!;al's and spurs, not be composed of supernumeraries below the rank required b)lawto which they did aid and assist in cultivating to maturity, sufficient to
lie (!'u'\ ".,ftlecnp't! rhiten-lintsthosTppohited. atierbeingqualifieJrto | and '. a ser ( : hu.(; the uniform- to constitute! it. I secure their salary, wages or compensation for the lime they have
0-:1; "t11.'jiVUai te-v .i.!.,'., A. 'I.. air i tim:s and pi ices as be submitted! to, and :IPrhy, the Major iereral t r oflicer nun.tnanditigthe SEC-. 71. Captains of volunteer all militia companies shall rev rendered service in preparing and cultivating said crops, and such
may ba dlr& c! 'J, ai; I k-'ep! them open tin i it! !*,.ir o'( lock. I*. M., then ( Division whih stch company miy belong ; amid if at putt tothe r ilcnta Paymaster and, pay over to the ofccr authorized lien shall have preference over all others ; and if any fen r or t
the vwes shall' be ouritej ali! \ a orrtitictle. : 11J.? out, stating the num.b any subsequent inspection, any company of cavalry "hal not contain to receive save: all monies collected from respectivecompanies manager of a plantation shall object to the removal of the crop from
,'r iT votes receive 1 ;by ,eah p ?r!oii. an 11! same shall; be f forward-: one captain two lieutenants Ole cornet, lour: sergeui's. fJ corpora: l Ir! tho attendance of privates at company and other the plantation before his wages are pai.I, then three disinlerese
id to thoflier ordering the election, wiil: ten days thereafter : and twenty privates fully equipped and 1'1110 as above, and shall musters, or for failure! or neglect to perform any duties requin by I planters residing in the neighborhood bal b chosen by parties
anl it shall be his duty: to consoli late the return and forward a ceiti- not recruit to the nil her of thirty-two privates Wil.il si it monthsaf- law which have not been remitted by the courts martial authorized disagreeing to reserve such portion of crop as may l necessaryto
niiMt'igthi person elected to th" Ksecutive'who shall i issue ter notice to fill up its ranks, given to the comnrander of such com remit the sanv. secure the amount due tor the overseers wages should the

a 1 c.at' .nisi on : I'r.tridal. aJirayi, that should it at anytime happen pang then such company: shall: be dissolved, and the commi iOn of SEC. 75. The Adjutant and Inspector General shall receive a sal. parties be unable to agree upon three disinterested planters then it
that ;thi! .;oies of Colonel. Lieutenant Colonel! and Major, in an the utCPf vacated. ar)of five hundred dollars per annum, to be paid quarter early at I shal be lawful f r either party to call in a magistrate residing near
He.Zirm ut.'Slo't:,I be w 1rint. then and in such case it hat be Ill) rc. 51. Whenever there "llal I be but one Company of Cavalry Treasury of the Sla''( I I plantation who shall set a part such portion of the crop a be may
fti'.v ."'... H"'q i er General to order an election: to 1, within the limits of 3nInftt" Brigade, the Brigadier (C"tral.; or SEC. 70. Al commissioned officers whose commissions are of the deem sufficient to secure said overseers wages ; such award, arbitrament .s
conducted in like m'nntr : Jrorillt. nixes that twenty' days notice,', officer commanding Brigade; shall attach such Company: to one same date take rank according to the number of their Divisions, or allotment shall be final, and the planters or magistrate,
by be given lime: and place of holding of the Regiments of Infantry of his Brig isle, and, such Comptny hall; Brigades, Regiments, Battalions and Companies respectively ; but (as the case may be) are hereby authorized and empowered to
aterlisement. bbl he subject' to, and obey" the orders of the officer coiiiriririting !,.ch in al cases the oldest commission shall take rank. the said oversees in possession of said share or portion of the p

SEC.( :nS. Where any vacancy: shall' take. place in Captain*. first or Regiment of Infantry.SE ': [l P."..'1 the S.'n te. December K, t.J: Passed House of lUprnentatires, Provided however, nothing herein shall foe construed as prohibiting
second Lieutenants, in any corn,atly, it ,!hall !I.e the duty of the commanding : <\ 55. \\ICue'cr there hall be more than one, and .ess thr.n December., 1"1!t5. Approvtd by the Governor, December 27, 1">43.] an appeal therefrom by either party}to the Circuit Court, which said
officer of silJ compiny Ibithwith; to give notice of the same four companies Cavalry! within the limits of any Brit;rile, suchcompanies appeal shall be taken up in the manner as appeals from the
to the officer in commnd of the Iinalion.! who "t:1 : in a shall 1,1 organized by the officer comm! 'indiugMrh; (Brigade CHAPTER .40.-[No. 13.] Justice Court.
reasonable lime 'hlr.atit'r. two tit! anI 1 proper p 'rOOC. fp.inl. siid into a Battalion of Cavalry attached) to such Ut.ul. tirl) shall AC1 fur !(curl: Lln' to Mechanics, Overseers and others.SH.TIOV SEC. 16. Be it further enacted, That every mechanic or work.

company, to 0:1: :;" ail! ,'h'ci'J.: who shall hold tt! polls at thei be subject to, and obey, the orders of the officer commanding such 1. HP it enacted by the Senate and House of Reprexen- man who shall do an) or repairs upon any arict or property
bual muster grouse 1 I. fr xiiel: i,'ven..l. M., till f-"-jr, P. M., afi"r, having Biade, tatirt.t of the Stair of Florida in General Assembly convened That sent or delivered to J m.ndec or repaired shall} a lien on the
given ten days no1 ice at two oftl.es initxtjmblicpace! ii: said SEC. 5G. Whenever there shal be four or more Companies/ of .\rli.U; Buit' and Mechanics and those who furnish materialsfor I same, for the amount of his or her bill for the work and materialsfurnished
company district ; and OM the arne evening the minagcrs shall c.v.int Cavalry within the limits of anv Infantry Biigidu: such Companies f buildings: 1 under contract with the proprietor thereof and all sub. l ; and if the same he not paid .fur and taken away within
over the votes and d-'clare the p"r"on .Iclrtl. in a certificate direct- shall I be organized by the officer c"rlulli"l such Brig l" into a contractors shall have a lien for such material furnished ; and for i three months after' such article or property has been repaired ; i
ed to the officer or.lerin! :the sam, who !hill forward, a ccitificate Regiment of Cavalry), which Regiment of Cavalry shall have: the- work and labor done on houses and other edifices by them hereafter shall IJe lawful for such mechanic or workman to give the Sheriffof

naming the person elected! !,to :the Colonel "fihe Regiment, who shall number and corresponding rank of the Brigade in which it i is r.titc. forward said returns the 1 Executive within ten days, who shall i""ul and the olcerF thereof "hal take! rank of all officers of birniUr grade borer and Slh.contrncto for his own work furni'hed. sion of such article or property so repaired together with the amount
a commission thereon. .\nt thai all officers commissioned; under and date. commission any Regiment higher in iinmhe*, but no SEC. !. lie i furllicr enacted, That it shall be the duty of every of his bill for such repairs and it shall thereupon be the duty of the

this Act stall hold! the sate during good !(Iu'inur. and "hal not bepennittiJto Regiment shall consist of more t"al eight ('millianti's. person except a !uh-coltractor. who wishes! to avail himself of the Sheriff to proceed to advertise and sell such article in the same man.
resign in I lei, thin t\vo year, they rem )ve from :EC. 57. Whenever there "hal be two Regiments of cavalry in a benefits of this act, to file with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the ner that property taken under execution is adreri.e all sold, and
the regimai or cmnlaur" dart -ict. Division, such Regiments; !'h.tl 0 oni7t'cl"lhl\ officer commanding county in which the building to be charged with the lien i is situated, after paying the costs l of such ahoeri'en. 1 shall pay such
Sec. :m. Where any person th'is appointed to hold elections in the such Division, into a Brigade cavalry which Brigade of .a". ali within six( months after the materials shal have been furnished mechanic or workman his or her bill for such mending or r.pair
Compiny District i shall fail; or refine to do so, he o they so ollt-n'Jing! airy "hallHke the number and corresponding rank of such Division, o tho work and labor prform'd. a just true account of the de. or materials furnished, if the proceeds of the sale shal. sufficient
"bal 1 b.* fined in a "oin not (t ce* ofthe .,t Hli-rer (.rfrin. aid election anJ :\ fue shall he collectelby and date of cOlnni".iol any Brigade higher in number.SE ; and he ,hal verify the said, account by his own oath or that over to the owner of such article or arlict5 or his or legal re.
; th" roper ( (. 5S. J Each Battalion or squadron' of cavalry shall consist of of some other person, and shall also file at the same time a correct preservatives; but if such residue is nO for within thirty days

Sec. .lit.! Th re "11,1!:l i I.e at lead two Company inu"'ers, one Battalion not Icss: than two, or more than "four companies' and it hall be; the description of the property to be charged with said lien. after the sale, by the owner, or ome pNn authorized to receive the
: muter. and m' Regimental muMer, in each and every year, duty" of the C"lolH1 or officer comminding a Regiment tf cavalry Sfr.: 3. lie it film/urcvavial. Tint every sub-contractor' wishingto same it shall be the duly of the SheriT pay the residue over to
M? f.lasvs-.A! C mpiuim.teron the first Sitordir! in IVIiruary, to arrange time c< mpanies of hit Regiment into Battalions. a< equal. avail himself of the. benefits of th>s act shall give notice in writing the School (uUlissioner of his County : Provided, however that
and on the first atuidiv, in October.. The Battalion master shall as practicable.SEC. to the owner or proprietor or his agent, of his intention to if the owner or some person authorized by him shall make a demandon
take p'ICt! daring; the mon'h! of April, upon the oil-.r of the Colonel 5J. Whenever there shall be but one I..ir'.n.. of cavalryin .furnish materials for, or perform labor on the building, and the probable the said School Commissioners fur the said residue, within one
or the oflic,commanding Regiment. And the Regimental; n) any Division, such Regiment shall be atadwd alr t form: a pant value thereof: and if afterwards (the proprietor or his agentnot year from the time they shall have received it, he or she shall bE en-
ten !'h.1 tike place during the month of XI"I'mh'r. under the order of the Brigade in which su<:-h Regiment i is rait"1 and shal he subject objecting) rniterials are furnished,or labor cone, the sub-contrac. titled to the same.

0! BrigidierGeneral, continuing' said musters! during the monthof to. and obey the orders ofthe oliVer romurinu'ing/ "lch Brigade. tor shall reule with the contractor therefor, and having made the settlement [Pa *the Senate, December 21, Is4'! Passed the Hmse of Representative
December, when itlicient time is not allowed during Novemberto :..C. CO. Them shall be to each Brigade, Regiment, B.tlliol and in writing-, the same signed by the contractor and certified. December, lbl". :Approved by the Gu\-ulr. December 2V, 15-5]
pass through the Brigade.JSEC. Company of Cavalry, the number and grade officers: and non-com- :I by him to be just, shall be presented .the owner or proprietor, or his

.41. I shill be the duty often Brigade Inspector' to attend at mi"'i., lIJ officers, wh.> shall rcpcci'cip i imu: the duties 'hereto agent, and left with him ; and within 'ten days from the time the ma. CHAPTER -41.-[No. 14.- ]

the tim? anal jilaces (1..inalfJ. to muster, and inspect the troops of fore prescribed.SEC. teriaU shall have been furnished, or the labor performed thesuhcontractor A:ACT to amend an act entitled, .An act to Organize the Circuit Court.
each lt.iat'lit. and O ike r'lur thereof: without delay, to the Brigadier t Elections t for officers in the cavalry ,llal h be ordered advertised shall file with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the of the State of Florida."

General ; arid it shall he. the deity' of the Colonels, Lieutenant and conducted, the same ,eligibility o to the same quali- County in which the building i is situated. a ofthe settlement be. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Representatives
Colonel and! Majors, to convene the commissioned and non-rommi float ions in the voters r"Juir'c, al appointments! made, and the per- tween him and the contractor, which shal b cop.. lien on the building of Florida in General Assembly convened 1louSti' m and alter

sinned o'licTs, on Thur.lays anti Fridays before each Regimentalmuster sons ltct'c or appointed to ol ce. commissioned in the same manner for which the materials were or on which the labor was the first day of January, (A. D., 1S4G,) eighteen and forty
to be ii ill 'J anti taught the tactics. as in tll infUtf'; no persons in the artillery or infantry shall be el-: performed, and the sub-contractor "hal at the same time file a cor- six, the times and places for holding- the hundrt Courts for the

SEC. -4'!. When' ann"im"ntal nrisrer shall he ordered, thecommitvlmj Bible to oOc', or entitled to vote for any officer in the cavalry, nor rect description of the property to (cared with the lien. Western Circuit, shall be as hereinafter to wit : The
oilker of the sain."hal give tw.ntJdaJ! notice. That "hal any person in the artillery be eligible to office, or entitled to SEC. 4. Itc it further rntirtnl, Tiat of settlement Spring Term shall be held at Apalachicola pcjfec of Franklin .
wh.n nnv Btiialiori rnuster "hal ., ordered, it shall b" the duty of vote! in any Brigade of Infantry' ; and no person in any organized,l made as aforesaid.shall be a justification 'to the ernplover in with. on the second Monday in April ; at the Court county House, for the
the officer ordering the same tl ghe ten d-i\s notice. That "il"1 Regiment, Battalion! or in any Cornpinv of Cavalry, shall 'eliyiMr! Iraviiii;; from the contractor lh- amount appearinRthereby: to be due county of Calhoun, on the fourth Monday in ; at Marianna, for
any Company muster sltllt! : cml.f'd. it shall. !h' the duty of the to ollice, o entitled to vote for any officer in any Regiment, Battalion to the sub-contractor until he issatified that the same has been paid ; the county of Jackson, on the first ) "prl May; at Roache's

officer( ordering the' sun, to give five da\V notice, except the regular Squadron+ or' CUp:1): of. Infantry: or .Artillery.SEC. the employer shall become the debtor the sub-contractor' for the for the county of Washington, Iondaj Monday in May
misteringspoointe] art: by this act : 1'roruled. Jf-rthcru. That any G:. % Battalion or Squadron of cavalry hal amount, and may use it ts a set off; or plead its payment in bar of lulf for the county of Walton, on tbir fourth Monday in;
ot those officers may older out the militia! their command, at be reduced below two companies it shall be dissolved), and the commission an action therefor by the contractor.SEC. May ; at Milton, for the county of Santa Rosa, on the first Monday

a minute's warning i'i cases of invasion or insurrection.SEC. of Lieutenant Cllont or Major thereof} : shall be ,'acahc: ; 5. licit further enacted, That all payments made by the in June ; at Pensacola, for the county of Escambia, on the second
-43. It shall be the duty of the Adjutant of each Regiment to whenever any Regiment cavalry shall be reduced below f our companies proprietor or owner of a building/ before he is served with notice of Monday in June. The Fall Term shall be held at Pensacola the
keep a book, in which the mines of all the Captains and Lieutenantsshall it shall be dissolved and the commissions of the Colonel and the filing of a settlement shall I be ,valid and he shall only be liable 'to second Monday in October ; at Milton, on the fourth in
be registered l for each. Company; the eldest Company shall be Staff! officers thereof shall IJ"eateJ ; whenever either of the Reg.iments the sub-contractor fur; the amount due from him to the contractor at October ; at Cucheeanna" on the first Monday in November
known a Compiny A., the second as Company B. ; and he shall composing a Brigade of cavalry shall \be dissolved then the the time of the service of such notice ; and no owner or proprietor Roache's on the second Monday in November at ;
make 'his n.tlr in du* time, agreeably to form, and report such cfrmi"sifl d the Brigadier (general and of officers of.the Staff shall of any building shall by virtue of thing contained in this act be on the But ay in November' ; at the Court House; Jlarianna Calhouncoumity.
Captains ax fail make their returns in due time. be vacated.AEr. bound to pay the value of an. materials,
tl any or subject to any on the Monday in December :. atoalachiotJL! nn
SEC. 41. The returns: strength and equipments ill be made I by 0:3.: Each Colon] of cavalry! shall attend a muter and instruct suit therefor before the expiration of the time for which credit for second Monday frt December.SEC. --c--------, -- .IIl

Captains of Companies respectively, agreeably' to form, in the days each company of his Regiment at least once in two vears and such work and materials may have been agreed upon between the 2. Be it further enacted, That if it should so arise that from
after: the Company muster on the first Saturday of 1 February, of etery.year each Lieutenant Colonel and Major of cavalry shall attend a muster owner and contractor, if such; contract for credit shall have been the of infectious' disease ,
prevalence or contagious the
ai.d J they shill transmit them to the Adjutant: frhwith. who and instruct each company of their respective Battalions, at least made before the sub-contractor shall have furnished any materials orperformed deem it unsafe to hold his terms at the times Judge the should I
shall within di\n after the of the once in work. required by provisions
ten receipt same: returns: C'Cf'ear. any of.this
act, it shall and be lawful for him
agreeably! to .form and forh\\ith: transmit the same to the Assistant SEC. G i. There shall not be more than ono volunteer artillery' company SE<-. H. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the Court to such day and time, as may the circumstances. of the to adjourn the
Adjutant' General, who shall within ten days after the ro.1 to each Regiment of infantry and it "hal be attached to the, Clerk to make an abstract of all liens filed in his office under this quire. case may rev
ceipt thereof) m ike his return agreeably: to form, anJ transmit it to same Regiment in which it i is raised, and company shall consist act in a book to be kept by him for that the name
containing SEC. 3. Be it further enacted That much of the
the Brigadier Gen 'T.il who shall, if lie approves s the saui'1, counter- I of one captain, two lieutenants, four sergeants four corporals of the person laying or imposing the lien and of him against whom, this is an amendment conflicts, 5 act to which
as with the
sig'i it, an j within ton dabs. transmit it to the Adjutant, and Inspector and at least thirty-two privates ; and any company thai shall not consist or upon whose contract it is imposed, the amount of said lien, and a to the times of the provisions of this act, relating -
Ge'lral. who shall, 0: or before' ; the fifteenth day of October, am 11.! of the number of officers, non-commissioned officers and privatesaforesaid description of the property to 'be charged, for which the Clerk shall cuit, be, and the holding is terms of Court in the Western Cir
gain ate th a fri;a.ic! r's n'an. agreeably! to lorin 'furnished, and ; in l full uliform. and shall not recruit to that number within receive the same fees as in other ca"es.J hereby repealed.
transmit it to the Adjutant General of the United States.! shall six months! ,after notice to_ the_commander thereof to fill up its! rank Sor- -. 7.- lip i lrlJr *pnn/. .....r, 'r'i .. ...t.______ __.____ _Ln SEC. -4. Be it further enacted, That all writs, process, and other
I A 1111 **iii'Siv\.i all jr ol/il ollililwish business, made be
likewise he the duty.of the Captains: ..f Companies to nuke: a like then it shall be dissolved, and the commissions of its officers bhal ) I to proceed against any property upon which he lCc have a courts or to heretofore made, returnable to the nell term of said
return tothe Brigade' Inspector, on the.1.1)' of Regimental mu!ter. vacated. lien by virtue of the act, he may commence his suit in shal ordinary respectively, as established, shall b returnable to
the first
SEC. 4.". Iran)' flho Brio; rdo Staffer. Field officers, shall refuseto SEa G: There may be to each Regiment of infantry, two volun I f form, and shall have judgement against the original debtor for the term thereof be held under this act; and recognizancestaken
carry into Hied any ot th.' duties assigned them, they' shall be fined companies of light infantry or riflemen, or one of each if prac. amount that shall be found due to him, and shall have the liberty of or to and every other matter now depending, or
in a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars, or be ca.hitr..J. at thp ticable, shall be raised in, and attached to, each Battalion ; and when taking his execution against such a proportional of the which may hereafter depending in said courts, which are or may
discretion lithe Court Martial; and if any Captain Lieutenant, or ever any such company now in existence in any Regiment havingmore charged with the lien, as his demand bears to the part whole amount property of be undetermined, shall have da. h disposed of and determined in
other commissioned: officer, shall refuse or neglect to execute any of than two such companies shall be. dissolved, no new company liens that are charged upon the said under this which sid courts respectively, at hereby established ; and no recognizance .
property (
the duti he shall fine raised therein, nor shall such be raised in ; suit, or other matter, shall be dismissed, discontinued, or '
assigned hjn p: a not exceeding one hundred shall any company any proportional part shall be decided y the Court) and also against
e dollar, or tie cashiered, at )discretion of a Court Martial ; Regiment having two or more such companies ; such companies shall other property of the defendant; but if a part of the cannot fail, by reason of the alteration in the time of holding said courts. ;
: and if any non convni sioned officer refuse or neglect to perform the consist of one captain, two leutenants. four sergeants, four corporals, be separated trom the residue and sold without damage property to the whole [Passed the Senate, December 1, IS 15. Passed the House of Representa
4 duties assigned him in this act, he shall pay 1 fine of not more than and at least thirty.two privates, ur ful unitmu. and such uniform slal tben the whou? may be sold subject to all other incumbranc.es under, tives, December 1545. Approved by the Governor December 1 lS- .]

twenty dollars! ,at the discretion of a Court Martial ; and ifany private be submitted to, and approved by, con.mander of the Regiment 'thiR act ; but no execution. shall issue against the property charged
I shall refuse or neglect to attend a Company muster, he shall be fined to which such company belongs ; whenever any such company shall with such lien, unless the defendant shall have owned or ssessed CHAPTER 42.-[No. 15.]
t in tlu IUI of three dollars: ; fur failing to attend a Battalion muster, reduce below tho number of officers, non-commissioned oflicers and the property at the time of the commencement of said suit,p or unlessa AN ACT relating to the duties of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Calhoun
he shall, I In fined in the sum of five dollars ; and for failing to attend privates in full uniform, above required' and shall not recruit to such rare facial shall first have issued and been served the owneror Count!.

a Regimental muster in the < ,1 of seven dollars. number within six months after notice to its commander to fill up its possessor of such property, requiring him to appear and upon show cause SECTION 1. Be i enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives .
SEC. 46. The Adjutant of each regiment shall collect all fines assessed ranks, it shall then be dissolved, and the commissions of its officers \hy a judgement should not be entered up and execution had against of the State of Florid in General Assembly convened, ..
in regimental courts martial, on an order from the president vacated. such property from and after the passage act, it shall and may be Tat

of such colitis, containing a particular account of the amount of all OEC. GO. No\olunteer company of Light Infantry or Riflemen shall SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That in all cases under this act it the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Calhoun county, to keep the
. fines, how and where incurred, and the lams of persons againstwhom consist of more than one Captain t four Lieutenants four Sergeants lour shall be. lawful plaintiff proceed by scire facial againstthe anl other Books and Papers belonging to his office, at Recor
t the same are assessed; and shall give bonds with sufficient Corporals| furMu.icianrandsixty privates ; each noncommissionedofficer original debtor and against all and nemon or own. house, except when the Circuit Court of said county shall ow in
j security to Culonel that. they wil Idithfuily pay over all fines collect musician and private ofa volunteer' company shall he furnished ing or possessing the property against which every he wishes persons to proceed, session.Passed. b

r by them to ()paymaster their respective regiments, taking by the commanding officer thereof with a clrtilicate of member but judgement to be rendered on the scire facial shall authorizethe [ the Sn.te. Dtlmbr 20, 1*15. Pawed the House of Representa
f duplicate n-ceipt therefor, one of which receipts he shall transmit to ship, and it shall be evidence of exemption fro'n militia d.ity In the issuing of any execution except the charged with said tires, IS! Approved by the Governor, December. 24.1>45.]
f the Brigadier General ; arid the Vdjutants are authorized and are beat compiny in which he shall reside ; but no such certificate shall lien or such part thereof a the Court shall property direct.

f hereby required, under I lh" penalty of twenty dollars, to cal on every be given, nor such exemption allowed in the beat company,until such SEC. 9. Be i further enacted That the service of a scire facial Louis PHILLIPE AND OREGON.-The New York
delinquent named in .aM: warrant, or in a schedule or lilt to the war. person alledging his membership) of volunteer company, shall he shall be in the same manner as that of a summons those gives the following of Morning Sews,
except Royal
upon history
rant U'Itx"1 and,. to demand p.. anent for said I fine or fines, and on uniformed and equipped according to law ; and any officer who shall defendant who cannot be found in the county. where the proceedingsare A copy of the late scrap French work of 11,:de
( refusal 1 to make pu\meit| for said fine or fines, on demand thereof the knowingly give a 'false certificate membership shall bo court irur- had, and arc not residents of such county, and upon such defen. of Oregon. strongly l hostile to the American Mofras on the subject
, Adjutant having the atoiesaid.; warrant shall Iroef.1 to collect said baled convicted and cashiered, and shall fore"e be deprived of be. duets the service shall be by affixing a of the Louis side of the question was
copy facias presented by to the
fine or fines, and I shall I, entitled to such (; as are receive by coming a member of any volunteer company.SEC. the door of the building upon which the lien is charged.cre. weeks upon an autograph Phillippe King of Sweden, accompaniedwith
Sheriff on executions, besides ten per centum on the amount c l. 67. No beat. company shall foe reduced by the raising ofany at least before the return of the said scire facias. .orix was read of course,leUtr with the strongly natural recommending!it to his perusal. It
lected. volunteer! company below the aggregate of forty-live men, including SEC. 10. Be consequence ofprtjudice imbibed I
I' enacted That
further no lien bind any building against the American side of the
SEC. 47. That the of each shall col. officers, Iln.commissioned officers and musicians Provided that for shal caS. Fortunatoly the King of
Orderly Sergeant company : a longer time than twelve months after -- said____ buitinr 0 U_ Swed n. Oscar mentioned ibe niri>nn.tsn/>a tn this II.>n danV
lect all fines asc sd in company courts martial on an order fiom nothing herein contained shall affect any volunteer company already finished, by virtue of this act, unless suit shall have been brought' Lay, our Charge at Stockholm who
of such of the raised, wi as to prevent the same from retaining' and thereon gave him Greenhow'a excellent
l the president courts, containing a (particular account keeping up the in the manner provided by law.: book to read by of
J amount wf all fines, how ard 1\\lieic incurred and tho names of per. present number enrolled in and belonging to said company. SEC. 11. Be it further enacted, That within five days after the de. to interest himself way so in this Vastly obliging in Louis Phillippe,
whom assessed and give bond with SEC. G8. No member of any volunteer leave it mand of subcontractor zealously q'uestion. We wonder if he
sons agiiiut they arc ; .I.al company shal any who may have filed his lien by virtue of has made similar to all the
sufficient security to their Captain, that they) faithfully pay overall unless he Ihal Lave given at least six months notice, writing of this act, shall be satisfied either by the principal contractor or the arbitrator" he would presents have made and sovereigns of Europe I A pret-
fines collected by them to the paymaster their regiment, takinghis such to the commander there"f and shal forthwith enroll ownerof the property, such sub-contractor file in the office of bably made of his fellow monarch 1" pretty arbitrators he has pro
duplicate f'ceillthpnror, one which receipts he shall transmittothe himself in the beat company in or become a mem. the Clerk in which the lien is filed, a release of the M. Galliardet
same the Editor of the JV. York Courier
Colonel of his/egluivMil ; and h" is hereby bound under the ber of some other volunteer and produce a certificate there under a penalty of one hundred dollars to be recovered Des El alt
companj by action of Unit who has returned from
the col'ections! and is of from the commander of unless he have debt Europe, speaking of French opin
ama penalty of Adjutant, to mike to col. Ihal accepted in the name of the owner of the affected the lien
property by ,and ions, and the book which so tickled the King of the French
arid shall fur his services the an office inconsistent with tho of whenever debt says :
receive membership which
led in the same manner; same company.SEC. any is a lien upon an building, shall be paid Recently the opinions of the French
compensation as is allowed to the Adjutants of regiments : Pro. G9. Whenever any volunteer company shall be dissolved, to any crtditor other than a subcontractor )shall enter satisfactionon American claim were strongly against the
ho recer', That or Orderly Sergeant may em. each member thereof shal forthwith enroll himself in the beat com. the margin of the record of said lien, and if creditor refuseor later information,has owing to a work published by M. De Mofras ; but
"i tlelutnnt any changed public in
legal officer fines, without extra fees, said pany in which he or shall become a member of soma other neglect to enter such satisfaction within ten after opinion favor of the Ameri.
P any days the and this of
pay. cans, change opionion is "
fur the faithful I volunteer ; and every that shall neglect or refuse ment and he shall operating in England.
Adjutantor Orderly Sergeaut being responsible per. company person so request, forfeit the amount of the lien which he
formanc of said duty. to do, shall be fined in the sum of fire dolars and made default for claimed ; to be recovered by action of debt in the name and for the
SEC. 43- All moneys paid into the hands of Regimental Paymas each muster of tho beat company that ,bal occur after such dissolution use of the owner of the building. Cost of War.-The New York Tribune states that the entire ex.

ten laU rem.il there as a military fund for the variouilegimelts and before his enrollment. SEC. 12. Be i furth enacted That the land upon which any penditures of our government, during the 50 years of its existence,
..,.:i f" inrirvuf--- the IVId officers of each imfnt agree SEC. 70. Officers, non-commissioned officers and privates of volunteer .building. shall be a convenient erases around I has been under one thousand millions of dollars, of which near seven
dispoe of---0 the same for the purpose of purchasing; colors, arms, and I companies, shall perform the same duties and be liable to the ono same, noi- exceeding five- hundred- square feet clear of the build I hundred millions have been paid directly for the coal of war. A

other military accoutrements and musical inHruneoU for the Rrgi. same fines and penalties a other. officers, non-commissioned officers ing shall also be subject to the liens which may be created by virtue strong admonition this to the preservation of peace.
went, distributing the same a. equally as justice may require, among I and privates of the militia. And if any such company shall be called of this act, if the said land shall have been at the time of
into service by the Commander.rn-Chief of this State, and shall the said building. the erecting
of the There
he companies. property person who shall have cawed is no wealth like that which comes by honert-labor ami
E Sec. .49. AU-'Ticefi. n 5' ale.is II ly! mertianed 'n this art bl I refuse to 2-0 a a whole! companY it Ah.lll b. foithvvith disnl\er. and I Ihe same to he ere cted. t warrantable industry.



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of'quite a sensitive" nesting of the Merchant over tu the resident I:. n.\U1\A.i..U, ....

Princes of our sister city. palachicola The pro. Rtsolrrd. That the Azent for Gadsden be directed AT AUCTION. THE undersigned hax ing Feen appointed :\sses", t TNFORMS hi. friends and the -
= .. to settle the R'xenue 1 r the ('Iuntnf Leon it.r tl be .Mic
1ET t ALO4E.niiirJflY. ce dincs may be all right and proper enough as far with and rect'ixelrotn he person or persons IN obedience to ai act ol the G.merai! A'IIII! !v. i', present hereby' notice that he will -L (hat Fn hu taken the tti TV tn f h* c"r-
year d
formerly acting as Tru Jtc fir Commissioner bit relation the gixc ncr of Jlonroe
to Coimussioner ol ;he Tallalus it. and Two I'jndr! .
as we know think, at tin It.h, Iws'rccM
= ; especially do we so, since we that :all th. bond mmpla'e* fur tin purpose ol re-ceiviBp.
I'ounty moneys &c., belonging Fund j 'lot I }
an >'her purposes, I will!! ll'llat uSlicaiictn nearly oppote the Court lies-
17 1.6. .
.J..u.r observe that the intelliznt Senator from Franklin to the sVminarx Furd which he have reeeiv.d a list 11 laxb: ,iropf-tx of t inhabitants: stherenrea .
may SaturJax( the he
I ; n, on :ilst d ix of J.UlutrI" lit, At t-unI a 1':.raofgnuiu. a"r'TM'r.t
= ----- county was present and we know that he is fully and that, on failure to obtain such settlement the in front of my dhce, in the Capitol to the'hihe! Plocker X R .ads \\ednesdix. Jlsf J.i'c'v.heard' .. IJRtesNh' MCIIICINIS.! Fvrr .

rioriiln Ufpvi.PiIsnhIve.Mr able to give a good account cf his stexvardship We I"ldIt>nt call cii the Solicitor of the Middle Circuit bidder for t.ah. with the reservation (.f one bid! In store. Miccosot.kie. Thursday. 22d dCentnxillt > j aid to ordtr* of PS: sician-. ft T d I'lii-frr a.t'reton

H OILI. Chwman: ofthe Commute on Dec xMll take this to t.rucet'd'aanit such person as a public the Governor lor the benefit of the Matt, the loUn,:. Mmninsr'on' '\r-idfmxt Frtdiy 23d do \11 rules xxarr.nltti K>,.*1 'iaiily.. Irtrfur rath'eha ,
occasion of S.IIIf.J211 h
to him that hu time defaulter. do
who had the subicrt; of the Florida election und sax in; tow i lots, situate, lying and uunzritlu' titx ifrallaha.dee (;,' I .list rtveixtd a lr.- I ly of tlF.I.M.\X's
tun, wasesclusivelx devoted to the maturing and passing D L. \hite submitted a statement of his collections \u: Lets Nos : k irze \('U'IZ'I.I"IIov.. x"th d t WORM COUGh \MPHOR and "
r ported en the "th instant. that 1. t, ri. t>.1. 10, i !.I r.rl, raVn: VHI: FlTlC
Tnrsrlav. 2"'h
tn.drat1'n. laws by' the Senate of which he was one of the most and expanses, as agent for the years is 14 and 11. IIi.; t 1", 1-, 1 it., 'J ', Ji, 2i. 2'i. '"r7. >, 3', and 3JmakinztxM F' do !(/..N ta"alu.1I.le|: articltM sail| th, rat *t agreeable C
H BmoCKEtBRorGH was entitled to the 1Ij., which were examined: and npprcv.d andj plae-- ,tx-nnel Lila 'I ort Stan:4hun''Crl"dd"- 2-th do form of admimsteuu hdn.
WiLliAM useful and indu-tnous members Cut did like : ifat>outtjxe aTtstach. Ixmi 1 me ( *
CARIIXCTOI CABELL. we not ed in the Pre-ident's hand; to be entered in the Court House in Tailabas.w-e. ft,ursdiy, 2 th, Fri- SHIRMAVs Pool .'
occu'>ied b x E ; in tli' "mth Fat jtnrterof Section one TII\\"n. I ; MA. :; IL\STFF1 rte.
,.z t no one feature of the merchants' viz that d! ix T 3'tth, a'ld Satnrdix., JinnirxJanuarx ; .
irtetine, : acruuft's ol' tin Hoard.! cheapest ,
ship out. Rate one. South and \\est Lot N".. ', anti is-it ( hs tr eve r oft ml to t be r&vlir

('n:11nr Lr\')' awl use U Iiiff Press.To directing a committee to procure the opinion of Onl' f'J. That eachzenf ill atit1!'<,ri/ed to r'\>:f 4, e>, 7, s, U, li, 14 .Tid I'l, making mine( lots con 10, ilo.; .:> f.FM U hhL'TCIIINS.JUs.r fir R'l :t';iitisci, P:in" in th: H.ck. s.tir,aud W
with the Chancellor for the present xearsuch ol the Semnan La id- under taming about ten lie -s &c.Altec. .
htte, who are familiar unvarxinp Tent in regard to the constitutionality I acres (etch situ etc in ( Soii'h
U\ his as he at .lair taking IUCII\CD: BY J. R. rouiTMi: DR l lIIF nf.fT
ot this State ol the law of which care can, a price ( rit- Vest juartir. ol Vc:ion one, Ttvn"hip one. Range OVt.om\x. r-r ALL-
rat'ltltb which the whig press they complain. Are jou sure ten leases, according t\ the form furnished him b\ one, Sm'Ji andtM. All tht en'ire Sons!h Utst I I IIHD. New Orleans u2ir. .\LI.\.I I :.\1.-\ 1.n uesehuebkstgfi-gi ..

nxe pursued this) eentlt'man.since his fir.t entrance gentlemen that a bias azainst our adopted homes, the hoard.) and that \I.f' prtvmt all tr.-sT.a",wa-t.r ... quarters of| S"IJnn "Tc".n.hil'| nm Rang.' ons .'. 1 2 I Barrd. No. I Mackerel, l:"'i_':,s. :\,fma!, iilt-cdmg at lie Lori--. '"..",: i'-

1.1.. ) ublic lllt.it w u noruncTiiected that the press does not too plainly show its horns, in thus passing <> intrust n. and all use or cupancx "f s;ud Iands. r ith and Fact.1..IJ out in tbutv-txxu lots, ot about t.. kt,;i fine Puller two ..1d IH kindred} i iso 'vs. I>,IB,.ll*!f. t'fIfttaea-

the .ane kidneY should have joined their allies over the distinguished jurists of our own State and except when rented .t a fair price ; and that} lie report tn.. acres tach :. doz. Toiiiatta Kttrliup, ins r'inVafes tn n. p.'r. n. in high ". ndtnx, rosi
01 to th PreMltnt a list of Ie< sws a description The, .iS xi. lot romin ;f ne of th TheiSt de i- ii dilL Prandx! Chtrries, fH-ctmz its valuat.le elVrls. can fie toad gratis t. af.
here in this unworthy laV of love The meal seekn: forngn counsel Where was jour right. (.f t i he Ian 1-1('a-.d, and the prices on or before the raMi! rest.1.'nres 1 f..r private f-imilu-s in Ta.lahi-! 2 lnrMsDrud; Apples, phme H shot. 1.

press have the riEht to cans aaa the character and Carinack Rronson and others who I.axe acknoxxledg'd liNt da\ .t l :\prilNP or its nrir.Jt Tht plan of said lt can IM seen al 1 d,17 (o\ x MrPherst n'lI C"u b Strap T Tallahassee. January 1 11'.1- '. 25 tf

of Mr..LEXT. a. their in any abilities a* Jurists and Judges : II x''u s'u.htdesfinszuessed :\ \\'HLRCAfl. It appears to the} Hoard that bx m' .air' it an\' 1nP.11 thee eretitc.r., "f the Fal) Jaiiiar\ 3. l-l i. m
(/"att rt'lrentati\'e. the art pissed at the last ol the Ltcisutunentitle bh..at.,. 1.UTU'l;
session Fu.ad reuttd!
rc t attend: 1'tI .tlc.
itnx epithets please theireet advice why tu t hove ,lied to J. GBirnex -
or use may apj
n n" : !. .In art to eitajlish the offirr of Ii sntriiff I3F:\..\\l I N I.VRD.; I rJ'a X cicOa's \ 0'ie.'.

fa". which max congenial to.their habits ant at once and you would have been sure of an I'ublie Land* fur lice bltttf of }/oT ftl.* it is flu. Mate TrtasurvrTallah \\Fthisda.;. Itxic upon lit Nos eishf. nine. ?J "v'c MfV':: ;

t. ,.#, but wt utterly deny the right to say nothing opinion adverse to the constitutionality., and iiihumanitx intent n ..ft.e Legislature, that tut monexs b Ion_. I f-f. J tntnn 1. 7 Q.;'. i>4Aofn I I and ten and (1t.Vf'k Neil s surxet. rontainmrsixtten .\TTORXCY0 COt'NELLOih vT LA'.V.Quhcj .

the opnety of non-res
.of future st lections ofS'minary- :. ;- r. tn-ec II Little Rixer and R.ckx Tom'!..rt. and to be Id "
cf a S\>xerei;State, with t h- sm"l weapons of sar- \\ as a dutm-ruislit-d! trlug in Mobile, and usa a candidate tht rtti re. s.t 1.1: or LOT s. s< \' ILL ultt"it! (lees r, ral Ci'urts ,f T.I;ddle Ftfl
b here I the Court I lloine cheer, in fie tll" n ol Q'nncx ,
1."II're 9 has home jistificat for elector in favor of J. Q. Adams in Hi lrnl reel a I f..1- D,'cjtur (uunl". Gee 'ii.
cistic xenom TIll 1SJ4 > That at prtsfit it is ,,ePseeeefi! to Y, the SUtrf t\ efJanttr. j'st. 0 i the first Mondix in J.il. l I" l'". fir the CounM11tHilu Januarv: : he .
: "
I : f>>f rainx a time and uf has the truthful cli" Is not this recommendation enough in his fax or with plact at interest am j!orl I .f I hit. li.ulin I hcaciel I and UTPOTl1:1H iithimtl. I:ist iArtfutvtion : .(.., C, eli !len (ountx f.r tht xeir eighteen( hundrtnt 2 I _
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cMitfe of thi centlctnan fade the .. called jade iou, gentlemen Let by' gones he bx rones Thisis that the Prf'sltI'nt t IM t'ith in/td to held the kinnsubject -. I one, lirtvnshi' nile Steiit he. r"IIp'e;. a,
junce" in his public adjr':"e -x hich we know a little raatKrCotresHHtdrnrt. ( to shall the atone dirirthilrttd puriioe.. in such III.1t1J'r as tlirioxernor will be sold bv I'''>! :(' .uct'on bK. '1. Idrcb tt, assuiut 01 FerleePurchea'e, tht prutiertx of the ."P] It hem- .- 'r JaJ. ."! .1.0._._..." .. -
Land -
to.a Company. 3
01 J. C. I adrict, I lj',. > .rtut of an order ol
have r.ntrbutt to permanently Jemocraticize this ( That extracts tr >m the niiuiti l h.. ]I'lllo- Court. Tennis cisfe. JIr.J"IiLI.: \ (rooM AX Cut IIUTLL-orricr.oxcr. ci.i.EMiiRG'.

J Co laolTturpEMMN.V STOnE, NL.XR lllli C\HTOU )
.:nrrilou cntici m of the press in other sections olle C Rerfer to-Gox Pra.it h. T-bah-ss. Florida.

Lnion. we bate no lies.taicx in dtclaring our 7'o-rnorraw---.tfun,unrnta-Ceugi f68 and. Oregon, A ll'st 0'- l..t'u"I'S T'ref l. C. .\. harris Baltimore

both to the nJit and policy which Ilit Tarf S23 nt'ward--Pof'lif" Hook Lost.1O ;: ix months alter (dete I shall present 10 thee Hun in the Post Office U Tall.IX UlS'l'. 4'C Coo McClelland l'hilaJe-Jpl .

:tltton" a To-morroxx, the anniversary of the memorablt. 1 on f"r..Ia\ th 1' th met in T.lI.1h.I"'r' in .-.J Jul! nt I'l'tbateffor Jc-IVrson Cou-itx, nix fit,! on (lie :jht day ot DrtL tnl.er, l.' p -

ciited the course ot tur Senator the r..m occupied as a I Blrtlf'r 'hop in tin ( 'it\ a('('o\ntand uchers Iii A'ltojnislyiitnr of i'r.tu-is .\ Hizierfx Jackson JUICE OF DENTAL OITR:X'HO.N&

The re.iutian lor the acquisition ol I Cuba he ccr- victory at NVxx Orleans \ ill not l e suffered to pas Hold or reahtiiits. a "mtll leather P )(LIT (ta>t. lat. o: sal (lI"lh., d,'teas' d ; und shall thee Alston Col R W Hard My 1 John Tot pl uinz teeth with gold each it ijM ,it#;

taril!> b"d a right to ofler tor the consideration of theSe without notice and the f'pnill; will be ctkbrattdbv BOOK much worn containing erie hundri and hftxfixt ap,.Ix furl.-tttrof d .ionasir-h Vlmmistrat( 'rsi .\n'lorson \Viley! i hlalem; Miss II: u .\ C. siLver: a

certunlx a splendid ball at which the great ones of the d 'liarin monet !'> of whll'h \v is ill hills of;, I:XFNs: !IWI'aat. Mis'in Thus Hall l 14. J .5 .eparatinn bx tiling 'a &} .
He to
expected itthr
aU nnH car land will he present Mr Polk will also be visited the Rink of Georgetown S C.. and! sundry paper (.tniserxice J<.f5'r!on <'( nt\ J.i 'nar1',. 1* 1*. .fi m \iirh'rson J G Jlldkinl7..lcLar aL extracting t. -'b. urnrored Forceps) 1 t
u;rh that grave an tlnlf. body. unless with bx to any per*,n I ts..id<. t I ee'txmr \I." otit -- ---- -- --- .\ndr,'ws Dr T S 2 J irdan lint I> 5. .. \'-\ teeth ftr 'hidrt'ft.tII: .
a large number of the admirers .f Jack-on The
the i Vuie.ccncr (,t a rn J"ri'*' of its n1thr. It isIiniwn t note signed i hGox J.>lin Rrinrh. dated s.mt tirw in I'.f' !salt .\rn',IJ <;refnupXrerett Joim Lawrence .' setting b it irmcomiptiblcteeth t/r |'irot. S 00 .

".1 that this mater haibeen rept-atttilx spoken 'residential[ mansionxa.s so thronged on the first, Jan'urx I"-. for &-11. du. on the first ut JaniianlMri AHLL iet".i \II""eIlatll""I" Lihrarx .1 (hital Col JesseRoxct Ires C V L C .. H .. ii .. .. plate. 1" 9 ;!.

that large numbers could not get in. While the I paxaMe tn phriam; Saunders : om' n'>t. s-i!mdIn fLOSS d i:. U Jones Ormand FT",m;nati,in arf* 2Ih'1' :jra'is I, tt
of dt'iublf. and certain tc take place, p|>rjv" i.hsh edosee ccl( a 8 President was receiving his numerous visitors, srmt J D I I'. I H.uck.dut' January J. 1 1..11\1. pj abU tithe "rks. c "',si-tir|: ol a',.ut owe thousand volumes lion Ker 2 Junes l ILchard. O:erat.":fx-r. rranttd or no charge nd. i
f ooner or later bv lie WIMlt and bt-st of die meti of nnd<.r,i:ni.d : acid m noff .iicd bMl.'n !V.-l-l For 1\ Hnrlock M'ss Honda L J. rn;n' 1, l 1,1';. jj
boys hr -J off some t'erped'es. and created uite particulars, 'I..I: t
the South : that the lamet:ted JACK.SON, at an earl I | an kill date not r..e..l1t't"led. 'lot fItP! Ps" aIde also to Jo s. I I'. Bell DtnitlIt Lone' Miss Jane H .
excitement ; the report the arched rooms. soundng the undcrsi.ned RYTIIF.\\"oOD. .M.th E J Lea John Cuiitizilssistie... Sal.o ,:ul'r je't'is'eit J 1
period of hi'ad mi u tration. Lad authorized a distin- Januarx In, It I'i. _:, O"IIl.a.! Jdl..r"11 I ( <" like a pistol some thought an attempt' bad All p 'r.,mare hierebv! cautioned n"t to trade fur Botl.Wm LonjVraV r thlI.n'I': ,'. .-

IIiI1 citizen o our oxxnstate, tf visit thai i,]1- I been made on Mr Polk's life, though of courke no said notes, as pa\field thereon 1.ib "'n stopmtl! :: 01 it.tt. I Rungs! U m .\ 2 Lamb Isaac N l.VI>FK md hx xirfn da I irne in Claarfrr. .'-

and with a netr chtaimnp correct information as The alcove\ reward will !I", paid fur the r. turn cftlie Heatfx' Drf Lclilb Francis reiHW .:i th 'Tt'i Nov nKer. !I.H. m a cer- ,
such had been hendtd. 1 IX monthsafti t diti, the und ed will Ix :
thing rsi
even appr Allpa-sed : a'i.tI : { f B .rl.r M
t,'its su.1. re nirces. defence, &c. The More Cas- pocket hnok and contents Word met b" left Josej tarn case |lou U. pthdm. in Ihe ut.en. r Court tf I I
off xx ell. There never x"as belort so great a croxxd at (hi.- I')"ridian Office K. S.UNlIIlS.: .J tn tu! 'm<'rable James r H t,im*, Jri 'i 01: the one band and aduati df.tn .at til. Private f 'n 'oun\.t.r letters of dismission from
( at the Executive mansion. Janiiarx 17. l h ir,. 2;; 4tAdiiiliiixti R.'a 'knTbtsi' Mr,! llnb't 3 l.arfvlfn. be-c-e Jalit GtrHt ( ,'oi1elainssta
;r;':" ('.the rther woW lock the Gulf ol Mex- thee t'elo&te j hrant"dt! f(',isedI I. I ..ne Maj John JlcLlv* XBr"wlI John M I. U. D-x idn d,. ( ndant : the umeeles4s.e'd 1:
The corner stone ofthe \ \!lur.glollfonutrlent isto ':iloi's % nl('_'. I I'1 I: : ) C 2 Minor Henry .n.t
Rurjrwan leidiug
; a2ui IXKIrWHT. Comnitssion inte-l thernn,
.r't' azreJn-thui
pro "; jppi I
be laid an (liii dt .on theannixcrsarx oHm birll. \ LL persons indtbted to the estate nt John Siun (;. \: .. J Slit l.rovvn J U 3 1\It'i Madam
11., : e im-nen romnerce of the creat MISSIS- WILL iA rose S-I
\ deceased lunnrx .i. 2' >mt'JOU I utUr Col S II Marion( John L :.
Congress!! has granted ground for a site. Time ill riot : (dtrs late 01 Leon C untv afi lit n t \
'. i foat* the pr.)dace of the great prainery funds thlli notified to make iinuiediati' J'\| <-ut to the iinderi2T I barry J.& Murat Mrs CjtL;ir.e D Dt.fore the Curt Ib U-f' shot 11. theTewn.Qj
than work
enough to More commence but
......U ; ed all Icwsad.I } t.t'r'm \c'Call( Thus M, th-cci.uhthav cl
> ; and persjns having claims against sud I Ie \rate rv iii nd'y trbru.ry urxt the ,i

.x :' I, : ,wnilat the effeminate government of for the honor of the country I hope it will be >ta'e. will present them tor settlement within tin ) -\: \\\Y Irom tie Bail Thee P \bs DorterMtK I eht.!; wing described! proiertx to wit :

completed and remain a grand testimonial of a ha1011 time prtocntx d t bv law, or tin iiotiet wiii tf pk-ad I V .';.etiTatiie. on cl1l.oInl..r'4E I P"'11. n"t R .-anM L.)N Numbers three and lour xxitn tie imprrxc- j :5;
1 '
c.rPeh able tu protect it against the 's remembrance \Va-hington. IL bar ol their n-c.\'rv "'han.,'iexs' ) |clpcf| near Rut I :Mil JuhnJlctapl \xrn II 2fcirket int?its thereto situatt I Ixmz ttil f-mjr in trw Trwn 1.

T i'aow I bnwrn, much less to repel any U\\"IS: il SUXOCR's Adm'r. I Ie e 1 1'II i ,:' April. list .i1. I: Tho Moor" Get. T u: Qainr: ill said C.unt of Gadsden. and .'\xLi-eh ,.
There mthin d in :
ta.'k-a..d 'bat ti. flare Cuba in the hand i ; ling Congress now. Oregon January 17, 1 S Iii.| 2('. 2m \t irriM-.xu : L \\ r. h.- suns FJAIuND and I III I E N- Rail Mr. Si-nn 2 J'f'. rmick Mrs RIlereW th" ttndait'I III'W reside. 'tI-n. one Irfef 1 U&t it

,:.-nx, ttie ctiuld be eFectuallx b seems to hide all other) que-tions ; it i. the great I R\'. and hi-dan.: it< rs SIlL I \, urd thiui I LUCY i Bar'nrx ionmn McLt'm<,re John contain i,r ont- and t 3'r.f more Ir J"\ M. situate audI 4.

-u1 ohdn qu -lion uf this Consnt.s. In the House tlf Kepreentatixes 1liCC. and! \.!.l.Z.Tim lorn, rlx hI 1 rice d to the estUi I Ii..i-: Ri bert Wr.itk Giovanni I Ixing in Sf tn'n *ma Tewn.hip txvo Jb pe three :

.-" swirjM- .I tt, pr.t'tt a it would b they have Is-en speaking on this ijuestuu'orsoujedaxs months after date I hall present my final a i Max and th"ir d'*sTiition, is as I. lloDevi \ : i I.lucksome Wm 2 Marvin \\ m North arid West, in the cArHintv ati nsaid and tdMf ..

'I i<' retreat btinnd thrxxalisof the M"ro Ruin SIX and vouches to tin Hi.n. Ju.l Uc nt I'ro- is aim mt :>:ior cam \"itr.t.. ralh. lishtcomplerti Riwtxxriht Da-en 'oIOtJrt' Mrs L' u *a in said 'sN'umh f tie t hr.e and four -vedtsprrtxd.U iI

'f. which rarely fails to have some mall cintiliiti and well probablx be at it for sometime bate in and for the C<.nntoJ J..ft! 'rs,in, and apj; 'K .d. mtt.ih:t'nt. cnmn,nnicatix.. and I I Ipltasinj ( r tortes %ilhs Murat! C.l \cLille .\I ">. one hundred and ten tt.> I'.I 11 f ".;th er d of \ k

>i. ol l truth for its saxinc has proclaimed that longer There is nu loner any' question about for a discharge as \drmiistnt de lonn HPH ecf| tht I i unttuante he i* itiout ;c toot I; t r inrlitsin Hat on C Vincent Iur..towl.am lilt Nucber l.irtx-txxi with the imj ., v> ri.M-th.reori t1

our title ; the discussion now i*, shall xxe gas e notice estate ol James Hall, lAte ol aid coiintv dereaswl !izl>tLDMONP Mali,.r Jonathan NItreeti ,-HOiti! l Ixircarr1 b'ino In th. Tiwn of Q.irxy t-r'1

th- \aai2 Qun! o Spain i* to raarr* a ('r.fe of the and take possession or, shall we compromise I \tM. LL: )DJ. tea likely fe'loxx. shout, ..f(, 'ears I.f are ard John :.rIDf'flt Jes U in and: C nntx "I (;deiil., Iht f,.lit sting rccru .4.1

evni-nnz ('o"tul.. tier a.*ter. the Infanta } .!firaonCou'iu', January 1", i i4- !';. 2. fm Ices a d ixx n lick xx hen iniken to. bright rnmlclexini.: R.irco John A 2dl \r s ..UVII."IZ : SanS! agtd ab. lit \\.irty yeses ; cilia. Caged .

is to W e fen to tn..1 of Louis Philippe" -that a need not assure you that a large majority are in and alxwt :i t+f\ >; unite in lit izhtHCNR n a_etLA Nicks JanvwROhurRicy .'..tt! nineteen : Ln v_ aged ah nt th rtt Jew*.

tarot ofgiving the required notice without dela\ l\olie.'. I I \ is alMiut 1:1::I xears >.it1, hut xx 'I:1 grown and C 0 ant! b.r f, or children : F'ttf. ar d abwit rty-ite '

'Sjaaishand FocUsh fleet comhi u-d. u. to rnt the In the Senate, the debate assumes graxer aspect months after date, I han apph to the If on. .! ut. light title .1t"I., and a smart m't'ilicet.t box' C.u.m tn JohnCunningham ye;rs: y.r'g. seed ahf u! rty-eight ; N.'lla, t.r-an .eHi

a'lt couple their thruwcm .Vfj-tco. and that the I, SIX of Probate in and! for Jt'Ktrson CounH "jr SIILis ,ibt,ut ?':< xnars old slim built yellow Dr CGrr kane Daniel aged shoe hn .fiH : Jint SLTT! ;b(''r forlv-':.t; "'l
because of the leo handle the. Mraihoun t
giants \ fcdbjtct
; *enrh enxoxxxhr at Havana! xrith tfaret' fr: .t..,. litters ol f dismission a- Fxtcut ol John Moore, c 'm!pit.\Inn and sullen look ; her child (atmxi-. George F Moore 2 P Sam a!. rth<'utt. rt::-et-ht.Dlctx 1 mire dalnnfrrtj ,.,:
t course crested ijuite a sensation \ hide iflout 2 .Iri. and Light Paal Samuel KParsaBd Lu da. aged aV ut twe-fx ve'.rs Rirfcl I.
t<' be in the rifi/ii/y. to welf,'me th tn ti. II" l.te of slid county dt-easd. ; xeprs i mplectfd Crosman S.llathlPl N 3 years : : : t l
1 .b not jtt decreased Sum inset dishonorable pt.li- HARDY MOORCJel 41.('CT is a'MiUT 1:i xears {.ld. black and Ktoiit built ls..n Mrs Eliza Maj John aged Ji.,ut twcnry-eizht xear, : Ctt.l d .b.tit Ij '

aesfthe Mn County, January 1", bll... #> t m i* si.\\ motiotie.1 and stoof"s t Iittl.. m xvalkincLi7.z nark John I) 2 P. Tviancr, J.hn S 2 fifty years : F nn.ac.d about nmetv ye-sri: l.ctsey. ,

have thatibe abiurpticn of Texas. bx the \ is rather ad,.lir-itt. child about .r> .xears old ('on'x:ix JaTesfroxxell Pink'l..n Mile-sR 3d' about fitteeti tears : hut ..tilta. two :411;. iil

- t *d States L'e, "a.tu limit the acquisition of teirito. the DriUih Minister Mr aihoun is a ceutlema, JNoCiCf.SIX bri.'iit ct.mj!Iff ted and cry sen.il.leA I>n .t l"rt.We Lincoln one RiMil Wasjon.two cart,.one Uu zrv. one Sulktj. Jt

I *xbo e *ocietx' is courted bx diictmcimhed jxr-ons ..f. rtxxrdot One Hundred anti Filly Dollars for ('level***! Mrs s-is.m Tender I: one Corn Mill. _': head of ho. s mere or 1 Lv.-s. 10 Lead :1r.r
and that Great Hritam u.itild months after date, I will apply to the Prohafe
rr bv us- .dnR. as every class lie 110 abe.us|.it'ton-n"tetr,'n lialt tt e of (,adl!" n Count* for a dischirze from the linlzmtnt of the al,,xe N. sroes in anx Jail. arieS n.alllll r Mrs Mary njQ "' cattle n,t're sir less, termini utensil, rotinc fA
che ala axs drtes the linns *%ayf \iz : the Island of ; notice thereof 11 tht' subscriber : or Tint Hundred t tits U m Quail Samuel 1 '.l"&l_h axes, ltoe>. Xc, and bvusebt-ld, arid kiUhrnlurniturt .
bt tIe isillci Robertdet t.
imputation I fear that Mr &lb..un'ill : in -\ecutorshipol thee last l B.1\1don.
Cua This r jmor baring, aid : s1ppcaa- lUillin if delixered bi" pi mtati"n. will! IN' i""II : D R ( .:._
bin ecn .as-d. L. UJanuarx 'I'n.IT..
minority on thin) out.tiiin, arid) that rather tttuiwiloxxi I IIr in prnpnrtiOf' fir all rnal js nux In taktnaixl 0.001' Wm J 3 Robert Griffin 2 TI:RM-5 OF S\LE I.usllnsl ettae tu he svlJ fH '
tie. reached senator L i.t dune 's, I I' l4C. lfi tim .
wrong [
Jvbe b 1 prexail It i* prohibit. that Allen ] il..alt xxith according to this ad\t'rti'm"\l1. I I Itavl" n \\ Hitter Je'epte C cash : for tin real estate j cash, a'.d the ether J f.arab'tinU -

t r want ot wi4in ehtaeJ b, '"in. in thus Neeki xxill be adopted : these f'ro"I&.r giving r..hlwn''j I : in: nOOli" etc. Thrt is (fo .< "'.i.'' n IK'lit xt. That the almxejr Ne. Ihn'.d Mr Iteen_ Joseph n tontl (rem the dx ,.f sue with Inrel J

a! injii'ryitto th" rnodition of t bC mate- den County. FlorIda. 1 hun ,.j.j11": ni" Rtwhlt ('aH.ine A interest, and tt, be curd by .wrtIn the Itopetty .
contemplated an the treaty and then taking |I"rstit ; N Lilite r.I"If historical and
in J.\ \RRCTT l"wIltt Mrs thank Hewlett D.l".1 .
\ thisinjuirxould d.htle haxt brou,;}.\. tIt.ht TOW\'I'oU' 2 ,i
a'l vole oct, J Jfrctt'! Nlan!. near Danen Ga 1)II F.1\\ ted Jt.bi.HIf'D, Jehuat Is\ \C RDece'ulK Il\nms_ ) I" .
the r,(baahO. of European eabii.cts-.and *mti .t ('hrist i U\ \ Lj\min, 'mtJ. n_
action that England mav adopt would |reler to rmzs : January 10. IMj 2'i 2f : Ilcy \\-m Itl'OSOItSI. j
of ;.la-mr the administration on its jruard and ot di- y.uatt eli 'ht') thee.... Ir Lardn'-'r'.lt"CturetJ.ll X< sTun F.lmn\llJOft LIJdlo\y L 2 Robertson John MFve'r.n r *, H''t, 22-tt sS.ilr .
have this matter adjusted peaccfulh, and so would -rs' lit. of X'Ii''olt.I :'i' \ f., TIlE PATLNT GALVANiC RINGS -
rectins 'fiMblic attention to this point Ue regret ; : Wm X nhur.r'an t .
tvi*' th'.'rev lution bas been witlxiraxxn AVe believe a larg tmj'iritx of the fiexijile : hut if xxe are to base Thee tejeete.ircm (''' '''.- last work And Ciistic't : lu;nrlic riiiid.T I 1:1.1 X RAa.ddl liz 'of ol Z:< nlIV ;stflfi'.

war, let Ui be prepared for it. John Q'uncyd.un UDiiioirhut. bv Charles Leer 'tIlls remarkable tll"r"h'ry hxrecrixcd tf,e ini- Eli;. J.".,'. ( C S pur"nmr. af.ot bv \ irtoe ot a', order and decree of
)J Lr" has o'ilx out txhal "e know to The rlullenee (If Darlttta from tIe Italian olI Hi Jms F. 1: Jtidze "f "
b n f
ate is an out and out Orejron man : goes for the! notice xersil .approhatn el I' the Medical I rofes-ion 1)f ', Edward Joe -t N-UIM nt'mant ro< ire, e Crvutfyt
i *'>. rb; : d.*.'.e nfh him to > aU atd even' )':\zecho. Theit'ld set the Fanatic by Henruh aid his Utn Mill 'nth Iinjbt-l I. haw John G 2e.lsy rn.rt (.f Letii. (unfx Curnimade ,n the 2"tbday 5
/ Great Lntiin n'1W i u
and is unwilling for Victoria to have foot of th' territurx t111m The \isionarv, b\ ScLiller of June 1" lxre xx ill > to ut.jC' sale, at
the ; Smith PI' cxi te | auction -
rt. : '>s i wr tr 'ird mit rt t" of '.il cor I.'n tht :\inrii4Dpublit' t cc uixt a fair test of it" : Mary 2
'. The old man a..lo1l1"L-d. every bodx ; hi. Oily a F iddler.an,ithe .\utl>or Dju !itcT. l III Mary and! Iht Patent (..11'1" Rm< haxbtt : 'n..Iut"II"s; :\mmd.1: Stubbhetie'ld Thomas 2 for cache, before the Court hleuse. in tliecif cfralUbasste
.' iud '!h.id the hi ii'T ol hi" countrx is ;po-.M r < tu a x .1lIr ;> -
1' s. I Ilowitt. The \\hitt Hie bfr.. S C Itch Mondax the IHh d.n tt' Ja'u
health IS fleet o..d.! 'n Ii til d ii> aiisxxt all tht ptirpox; for xxhu h the I Fknd Nicholas SpC't'rs Mrs 1 M.ied deli arr.
'r i max n.4 noswssas much foreij eelebrity a The I.oM(.r 1II-.llwr.c-JlIc-d b\ Leigh Hunt. b"i" all tlen.lt, title and mtrrtM of I.obtrt t
Electric and MagneticMachiini Jo". 2 SkwC'r IJr L SI
It ascertained that tl in b ill. irdinarx dalxanic flattery or
ere is a majority
ot'ifr S'-i. at.r., but ,do know, that for business Knuhts ol tlie v.al Tim'\I Nizht. in a IjlHiint, : are ', but art xvilhout anx of the in I I !ti'ht.rlpl'n4't Smith \1 Li UellftrJ. d-cl'at\'d. in the following- described hal
houses in favor of repealing the prexnt TanlT. and The Jesuits edited t.I. i: Ltst,'r, estateir :
i .usl SenIle \\-arrf S
quihzthcstienofthe] most kind.Le will proxe ,I'JrI"U' *)iork'* v. !lIch ar .n".u.| x Iht ap1Lratieen.1 InI |
valuable' member of the u.ed toxxhich Honda Iiaeievattrd soon as the question can be brought up I leg:tim.te- The \\hit4 Slave, :Matiiiol Flee l 'la, (Vxik of Law I th. v. ii.i struneomets. soil ill 1II"tntllt'r rrrN: arIi. <- ? hesere J..hn L 3 Stl'lt \tiliieannI.eirteaniksj I4tsnutoberelfl'! !'i,of. >j and f' in the crixtnal; 4

bodv Iy. the Tariff will be reduced unless ,pt-rha) lit Form, American .\ltua iac fur J4;, AlSuo. (euid .",.. mafr :jlul, ffTtlllll etc aer'euimhi.heenm. tIlt, llllSITI-J :t'miie.ecin Tt"'tLHI plan of the ntx nt Pallaha-. and it nurr.Ftr2*
turn, and compare f\onblJ vxith an wsrn.her Pens & ;; ; "' -- p = --p--- I G Simms David in the north :idditu .I .;01 "Ifand a five acre Jet
) ( i t
should be such dtlferent
indirationsofwar ksto
oftb.t budv. |rompt a SCHOOL: KOOKS.Morsi I Tl.e (;,,\.ni Rite nave !*" ti mood xxith pl"rf.'t t Gatift James Smith Hamlm oldj..will| s a tra{t nt (land cailtd the PanIratt,

ctiurst If the )resent threatening a-i.-t '. I aixxit a mile and a hall In m ad city : au.'. ,:.t uu-
New (;, a.I1Pari" New N"tjnnal runm.'r" Daniel Smith JIrs E
We reft to see the print in this city coo- 8 <> ; SUM, ss m all c.,!- 11 ltwumat''m. acute r irilronit I
\bij should pjs-.a-.xnx'. the fate <.1 thee T. }!' is scaled G.r".hv., \Tilliinisll.tii I I r. I Hot I .ice. teresa,A.cUillionn I lxuut< the head f.ct. nr lmib. ( ccut. Tie D.iit (tr.-rlx Mr &-t.r!tram Henry dixia-dmttrt ol R U.l.iird tn a trac d laid
trbitinto |'
this unliolx work d {. in ap;
0 "IdlO. it* Fon:"." ami I. lla i (.r."III11ltli. 'u\. To",thache. Prnc ides, \ertis. Nervous t'rSeek ( ;atiihil,' Miss Julia 2 S.isage John; P 2 in Leon C"i1..t kn-xvn as the King Tru.t. described I

mot sarcastic \ Cea**', aentlegaera-Tou gTsaW -upreme ('ourl-"Mate of FlorIda Latin R'a.<' r. I. itin tutors, headache, Indi2tti,11. Jara.l',Ii.. PaUex, F'piItp <.jx Itev John L 2 kinner CartmSulstan a.Strtii 5. Township I. Range J. South and Fat,

a file Ue know nothinz of Mr Ltr'" object in Fnitrson'. ,\fll hUlf.t W". runs' partsIj x Fits, Cr wp. Palpitation f the Heartpo t;adsjen ('ul James Daniel (excepting tie t a-t hall ol the nt rtl, cast quarter cfsud

Judges T. Dorcus. RiLTzru. and HA. KIM>. R. .i. tutor \ .UK Sen. (". titrmanx leaner: 2 Srven Mrs John sectM n.> containi-u V;I. acre-s. Cenxexances
introducing the \\ are l tie a 'rs p irts :urt pU\x Stitlrns* of Joints Lun'iaz Spinal riplaints. -
teiutit. ( 1.fsfbow. MOM January 12, 1VIS O < "C'nl.
Comstock Philo<"iph\ ;" ';iPrithnwti ; Ne'iragia! r..n..ran\ -bllit\ Dtti teiicx of
f xer. tnat tieorilx dlr t attention made known lalf'
iJtcI.1- public John I). Edwards, r., Tbe t'nmn Bank on errrrtoLec.il .( Jut received and for salt lat Nt.rx "I" I'nt'rzx. and all Nt-rx"us ninrJ'r. Th ir .n Mi-s Clement T at

t', the ..I.Jt We are Kurt* that it must come to Ctiurt Tlecargumenet this January 17. I-1C '.If; P. A. 11\\\.\1D.Xoli.t e\traordmarv fi-ct upon! the ,\>tem mu-.t lie wit- (;raham XrchilnM Tooke Mrs Anna CHRLF sSTFI.FY., 7 Admr, **.
Superior in c.uewas j. l'JlL AY SMITH!
this H end-that11 attempts at turo.can influence ( '-,' to be belieieel and as a ftruin/vwn/irr f,.r (ninble ..Ir" Le'itia Tnzel Dr Itr-linand j.
T. H 1-: fir Union N'vereiepr 1 t. -.J'. f" 2m
continued by Hagn, Geiheerease: rtrnmore Tine Ezekiel 2Thompson :
aid lon.zation must sooner or lattr entirelxcva the prttetlin! t' mipl.unt* tht x artejjillx to be recomnn -
Bank. alld concluded by A. 1:. Maxwell, Esj for Ldxx 'ndfd. Tin Galxanic Hinge are ill exerx \a\ (;r'-..tt J S )Irs II Eliza
e cnt this continent, and free republican |,nncip moiithf after dat.', I shall apph to the Jij SIX hirmlcs, aid are sold nt xxith ,
ard>. Prolnti IIIr Jt'lf'r" (' '11I1f..r tildismission perlectlx |prirto H
1" and institu'ions .resail-and the frooner the in reach t/f all t ris'ie's Masnetic Fluid is tee. d in ask P.Wf.runt ,maC M lIE undersigned have this day formed a C -rllrt.
Thomas U. White, v.. John G Camp argued and as administrator of Norman Hisrh.late ol T
better the ha;"pinf. of mankind Anx m.'en.ul itn'tection with the Hinge, to render their efficient ; ThosG Tal.nt IVies H n"rs..ip.lnd'r the shove nape, fur the transmission
lu S
submitted : J, T. Archer Esq for \\hile sac,! ('ount* H-fas.-d JI LIT HlfilL ,'rtain. .ijdtodinct ,Oalxonic influence Gt'mmx Prad'yGt Thomas Riehard 1.1' a G L-N FRA L. Cu D1JSlOX 1 1>L SI 1 N ESS.R .
which has for this shall : ;i 't none
Ms object rtul. "t Jeiftrson ( on nt\ January 1 111. I Jsfi 'J-I fin
Manley' and Wile, r*. The Union Bank on error tu pirtit. 'ulir "' ,r's ,-h1a ;re ft. tl"t rar.l Mrs Tanner Jisep'1Tdomrkms H. KERRY.I .
"ft hai. xxith pleasure; we are not so fearlul as I Gux Mrs \nn John P. 1IOGLE. !if
tn Leon Superior Court This ('ace was opened bx K2O lt(*uar fc,ni" ot a culiu,11 with Great Britain; we are an we: ix.- l and torsjle bx I:. 1ARN\RD! ,\ "n'l\r 'I H Thomas Martin November 10 [rQ 1&4'. lf tf ;
) J. T. Archer, ESIJ for Manlev andf<, arid continued > \\V AY from tht. subscribers S turL
IlnrUrt! V
as that goxtrnmnt for war. "hich it it dues (ri,tit.. at hi* I>'iu .1..1! M! '1,"'me Sfi n', :Monrr .t., Capt r. f ; .'
pr..ac until Tuesday for further hearing. -EJ da nuhi' list 1O negro men STE-I I lallahaistt Punphlets respt-ctm. tIe aboxe can I llnnij.hrexs Julin'oJil Jonathan 2 ._-. I.
c"me w ill no war Great Britain has i Eralld J which =
IJI'liEht wt Welt' S 'II'h
b (cmmOI tooting t Hawkins Geo 3
Ti'F"PAV, Januarx 11, IS 1CManley !t. head: on apnl! .ition, rrati,
busin- enough at home, and well .tie knoxx it, rn South( arolma to this State Said "- I '; :Ji: 2m h HambellJihnlUrton \\atson LiMlebmy MR *. I'EEY
and Wife, r* Union Bank The argumentin aji-d ..I"'IIIt..r.. ,'adl. Janu.tryllPhl !
xxtn mpl\nn MexanJerH Ward B II
without enzazmcinalruitJessvrarwith this country I I : ""TTorLD respectfully anmunce to the ladies rfi
fir the this cause was continued by J. T. Archer F.suntrx hat I
uioii; which arerhtireU'dcptndent food'
tlC for Manley and Wife, and T. II. Hagner Esj.for. doxxnxxard look at lien t.p ken tu Tht xxon kept'x xvariifd hot to I I Hxnts W S 2 eetldan \\ inWard she is prepared to make up LA 01 E..' DRESSES and r

and means of empl<,xmetit jot their hundreds of clothes and sere- much stn'.ketl from -ettm by campfire LL persons aihierdey trespass, Hiintt'r Capt NTHizlehurst Goo T II.\IUTS. in the newest and most approved Union Bank \ of ,
commit casts.
nor to maki use or in anx un-
th nisands of starxinsop<'raises: \\t tru t that fear in traxt'llmg, and n" \,"ht tin their x\ax lurk to (Iiclans! rl ; George lllcox Rellbinhite the shrrtest notice. and flatitr herself, frtm I h,. long fI i.ezt.ertence .
< .
WEPSESDAY Januar 14, l"A \ last"uI minuet eli thepalachiiola
Carolina Xt' will < 'I for tht C
South \
give ir apj! rthension I ll.im-.in Richard 2 \ Mrs Rebecca C 2 drts-niakins that she the
in can
cl satisfy
in this regard will not j'retent Longrms nhich have not betn rtpularlx dii.-
4m5er Manlev and Wife, v*. Union Bank Arzument and delivery to u>, at tin Milliard plantation land Company Hall John A Wolf Ct-nrad! most fa"dif\ui tj.-.tc
a id the Adtniui-tration from du' and -e'i l of bx us, '.r our comptttnt act>nt tir asent*
doing >
thI continued by T. II. Hagner and M A. Lone. Flsjr'sfor on the Miccosi>okie Lake, or Hi f >r eitheer.IANIEL } p htrttolore, as this ptmltx of the law will bi stnctlxtnf Hoott Henry Cralltvn JOl'J.h] she will also cue her, attention to .Villmrry in

L.e&T whole duty in reference to the all exciting sub- TIH\SOV, lIonel! Thol off th tranches.and her prices shall in all instsuresconfi
Union "nk. and J. T. Archer ES.J for ManU') JOHN KINDFR .rcfd against all of'.lmii.r.4AhilmliCatiouhee .
Jult 'before them. The whole country will nax In made 'fi r piin-liast-s leases trothtrvxise Persons calling for the above will please say rm to the times Residence on Mcrroe street.
and Wife. Jefferson (Conntv, Januarx IM" l-li. .''. 41* thex are adxtrtistdJanuarx M! NASh P. M the Episcopal Church
.utain them \\ e are sure that the time is not du- fir tie II nil I"I|",s(d of primus or (nets opposite
Tutn 'nAi January PIe 1S40.Manlex t, 1.-1. 24 :%tAdttsitiiseralor's Tall.iha-sie. .Novtmber W. 14V I*
I l 'he. counties nr'a
eel laid lands lxn>. in -
taat whenthe wisdom and Wife,v*. Union Bank Argument lulls Is-n iid-kn md Franklin and known a.
| 'r.t of the course roptwd bx Mr Levy \\Etlus day levied upon lo.loxxms lots t'r > oliro.SI Ui r. IInIP l'tuhiuiteiiary I!a KnniVr ,
and continued for further hearing flee F'orlM-s Iurchase tit eitcr duly thori7ttl ajt'ntMr .
,ili; be ackbuxxled bx the country We always pended, cause kc Mun- I tracts of land : The noith we-l halt ol the north I JAML E. I LTTNFR. in the vl'imh of QumcvJ ix m mtbs alter date I shall | n-sent my tcci.unl: / ( tsfhi, CoW, .?'//*,/* : 6Y< iKr nrlittutor

an roe.dm'r.' Georze Buchanan on appeal from (;a.li' west ijnirler, SeCt ion tvxeitx -ue. Tovxnship t lireItanige .., l.ivstRrlS: of Profiatt t.f Leon Countx for l letters rf demission :-'ornrss J'ains tn tft rltttt, *pittingMl

ttiibj tritf t>r politic that might emanate from ab50 den Superior Court. Tins cause was dismissed, at three, containing ont' hu idnd and .ivty arts Trustees of fete ijitiliittiicola Land Co. as A.dminMratt tin thee state of ISarthulorotw Ea J3/ssi, Cvn nfn>i>tum, Injjirvllyof

r.t, hence we repeat that we art nut aktoriikhtUat the of appellant of land more or less, and to IH sold before the Court January 11', 1l'i- lick dt-ct'ased. of said ( cost
** &' attack uo our SVnator, whtne service to I Housed Mir, ill the tow nut (!'IIIJY. on the fir>\\-n-- JOItXI' UCK. Adm'r f jfllll arti"If lees hang been held in high esima

7'* '. ar.rrriMiii he cure ol th ttisescf the lrea* and

I l'lf'tch appeal from Gadsden Sol| ?rj"r Court This case ; for Ihexears l.n. INJI ;11011"1.1! and met. TPIIF I I tmdt>ri' rn.-d. dolt vithori/ed() agent of the lime, and is off red to the | i.biic as a retrtetly deei'-

I .a. opened bx Samuel Carmack for Stewart, when the pr"l't'rt 1 of )1..k..11I (,!:1 l: iinistJA.IIS L Trustees tl \palactitola! Lanl (tmpanx.l INolit ... x mitt a trial bx all who art' thus aflictrd,

'followed by Charles I II I Dupont and T. II I. lIa1"lr' /- :A. :!kIfI.LX.Quillt'y.llt't. ispnpautl ti. .elltrrtnt si 'b p<.rli.ns and tract rinimm I I I clays after dateI I xxil: apply to the I 1cm.Jtul.n I'jrticulir directions accompanx each btttle of the
1 .. *...'. Journal. Was Tat '
rn continot-d until 2 '. I"I __ 4 Cci eteiit,4. ot land xxitl.in the F .rbt.* ramctea.a- haxt' fleet Ut, A ol the (txirt nl l"r"b.Jt fir the Countx medicine I rice 50 cents

nudf I. .,..frat.<-- MI'1 iK-xlax la"ts. II.. *. ft'r Ireyton. and I'all..e Not .. I regttla'lx i1ispr.tl. of hx jid .l'lIl 1 Comjmi* Per I of I.con. for .an u.I"f! to n. I I. tli h ,. n'al estate btlupginziii Sol,I in Tallahx-sre FI rida, bv

: .5, .1.cr It mailed bx .., R II t"'moriow lot furthest )bearincI ii I '-Ins. inter; iex\x max \r bad with the "IIMI"riber at the late Con Kn II U hitakrr tircfaedRU LEWIS kMES, Dmez,.

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U 11 j W ft.. fhrn. said will i.".1. dflI.i' I..otn'I"l.a' .rf J. W.. < .tint* tll' U... .I' III I" I '
Th.... lre.tien Jr Art.lI : dirts.t.si) t. ,..". tin 'n :Ii lice. I'.et O..tir.. at that l-l' .1 4tA
CI "C ,. K.Ho t t.ti... \ f S4ewirt cc t.. .llttie rral estate of UilltaNt II Ki.fwmrfc. Ulr I 1.. Ctsa'aaanek. smsiztsrl C.sifilu -

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Middle Circuit ofFlortdiu
Cash Advances.T" .


II SURGEON DENTIST ATTOlNEY I.\W ANt (;IXElt\I.\IT: : % IH\uns IN \V on Cotton shipped to his friends in New To SPUING TERM, 1940.

*"T\S taken r..nn at J. L I IH\IIU.\"S.1 and,maL \' S1ifr Won.lui/. "Id TtbrtKiry:;: 1-Ii.'H'rll" ;. City of ashlneton I). C. Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oil. York or New Orleans I;. H Christian Bless }

I l bcf,,'nJtlun. at ;ill tutu., iiiiL' s professional & &ali'. j) 1'.Si'ICTFt'announcesthit hi. will attmd Toilet ;\Irtifles Perfumerr.} ., Window Class, October 1. I" 1'.'. > Petition to foreclose aiaort P.

J engajedNo 'Ir'".' il f ant oh l lien linai""nol 1 fr<'m \ tu th,. |"rl se.eiitioii ol Cl.il' Ittur.. tin' "ivtralreeutiv. Ill the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit William R. Perry )
.cmher I;,. : 1 JM' .. .. l >i |.; m"lt. 1 th.. Government. andlaiina4aiii P.liTERI' BltL5atEf AND eoljORS, of Florida. lIE' defendant and all persons interested art.
t' I l. I 17 "inJ UK ( I. .!i "f t th .' Court for .h.' T
__ _n _____ Coiiul\ .r.a.ii. Mid.lit ('limit. (11'1.i ol I'lindj, here in "ttlu. I nit.-.! St.i.* I flr Juul"r: M,niv', ,\ Iiolhecaric"lass AVaie, Ac. Iv CHA-VCERV by notified that the petition in the abo.. tilt

-- \ In I 1le: actileintlit of Public !he. and fur sale at thelivc.t was this i diy filed in the cilice of Ihe Clerk of tht
NAJNLJMJLJN] ) J John MilUr i. ,Itintill, and I>mi* I 1.1 ti (h'fevut.tnt. \C'CIUlt. ..1ir T I: ah"'e tonintlv on hind: HAMILTON COUNTY >

FACTOR AND COMMISSION nJ\Cll.\) T. I have Levied njm!.. and will e\po'e I l< r ,.ile, Scion loic L'IIII..'III'r.umKr I In.li.1 or it. her 1'rt lii.to 1 msrktt |prict. IN Circuit Court for Jetferson County Middle Circuit

the C..urt hIou" d<..r, in tin. cjt* it Tallalia-H-o. ..intlea1a ('re.canIt i''n md tit .r Land (luin"; :. ail t,. the John F'. Smith ir I lorida, and are hereby required i to file their objee.
\\cti-Orleans I.,. (>' I-ind Patuits tu PtiKions in I th :\rm\' .'. I Bill for Divorce lions, if they hate.accordmt: to laSaid
% I ho :'ddi) ., I ilinu'X' i.t, \\ it 11114 l.'gal I rif'iruu \ .\t.!o, in store a nat % tirielt ol articles' family any mort-

1"lro. th' l;.llow i!i d..-<.nlMxl j>r.i>*.rt\t<>-\M! : alI 1 Nnj.ir: lulifineut c >nnccle I l tlrrt ilh.! '" (i.eubt.iiritig use, l'irL.I.,,. OIl'. ell, t'ap.'rs, Micaroniertnntlla., Sarah Smith I page M on the ("llorinrro rty. to-wit: a certaia

RtttRtMC. :. Tin i': nti f 1L.Lt1Ihi.P1: ithe said 1'li. I U'xd .. i l it! PatinN for srirntifir or it*.ful InmtiotH Currant Jtllv. Olive Oil, ('itron' Pruiu-s, Mtnonds, 1' appearing to the sitisfaction of the Judge oJ tract or parcel I of land 1 ly tug and being in the County
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_ .. UnifM 1 U"M\1 : '. .1 Ii rter*)ii. "imiilJMH .\ ...fiidadt.in .and to 14.14, N. 7 a'id N<.. .i North .'iul toall other l tnuira-ss. i.f apuMic! nature reijiliril.l. Rose and Pt;ich Waters, Sperm Candle, 4.c the allidmt of the complunant's Solicitor that of Jtllrson and adjoining the town of Montie,11o

KliiKTt ..lj | lalldia, <*. V\iM aiMilH. <.! the rilv <.1 ralljli.t---c. : !.. :\gint. AN AI"OR rlUNT OF the defendant is a non-resident of the State of F lorida on the South and fronting the road leading to ,Pj.mer's .

Jh''I. 1.-,1'1' I: X. "I.... Levied ujxm'f as. tin pr..jHftv i.1 I.. and ('IJ I. .igiind:; uuliviJuab |Ir.rr'II>' attended! lo, residing in the State of Georgia : // w ordered. Mill measuring eighty two ('rJ) feet front,
Dor emVr f;, I I'n. !" :tm .Ii..l.f..lmt. titit. unvn.tsst.tl &e.iiuoiaoahiusu AJ DJFJ1 mDgJC.I'o'lh That the said defendant do and said hundred feet South from said
lo I t lat --IU\I- -; -;. I'I .\. .\. I'IMU I I1:K!, MirnirP {,i"1 f free of charge .\1 letters to of IN is.NottinberC bill within, four months, or the lame than be take adjoining Christian Bless on the West and known M

.Ol: IK- for confessed I'rotultil, That due publication! the lot which Samuel C. Craft lived the
.\ J. W. VHHIV\OOI: I P *. |IIl'I'.I.t -<. t'u1383a I:' I ; hf'1 on in JUt
.\ TTO X i\ VT I. .VV made of this order in in this 27th Not ember. itUi.McCANTS .
I J.niiarv I. 'I- 1 l';. RnELflF.CE" : - ---- tOme newspaper printed H11 Dated

( t.ivicy. Flm'lda. -- lIio. A. S. \\\HITF *'. S Seiual. iI'ilt1). Circuit once a wetk for four months succesaitel). & SPENCFR

-. 'T4LL a'te.il (h.' J.i-ti.i.' <....utc (...dlnC. Slle JLcpoilcd iclirliatif.Slaerit1" .. I 1.: .\. 1U> (u.: .1:, A PKOCJLA7IATIOX.STXFL Dated .Mth October, 1"h.T11OM.S:. Solicitors for Petitioner

\ V '."iitv, !h.. < in''ut e.r Jidlk. 11..i.1.. til.1"I"I 't ALEX. &.\RiUW. DOUGL\, Judge DocemherE'1lS 20 Inn _
.1 Sa h'. JAM < > ** M O'CRU'oUll'lainant's Solicitor.
ami the (Court in i)ht' .lljo"'I' ( "antio" 11 I.F.
Novell'! .! '. I" !**. I- ti.liuiinsti u'f""I; T) Y ,'irti e of : writ .t In'ri I.I'IS. is.-.tuil fr<,III the ... I). K. : 1LIIIM, A true copy from the minutesj'S NEWG000S.I'IIT .

) Ct"k'! tnHn',' f t h. su,"<'rior ('iort. f..r I hi eeuully {'. .\MO-J. MARION, ClerkNotitnber .
ittj'14I .
S& r k. .
J' c"'i'' ,' LLOYD has just received jK-r Ca t n4Pecon
-- - .-- ---- ft l..,.. Mid.ll<' ('ireu'h< ii I londt. w In r,'in \111.11 J. J. I ll I .ni'i\. . 17 t .ImPROCLAMATION I 'c from New V "rk,

: M' I'. \'.' oudaintifl| md Kin) uthi l! a'- ** S .\. l Iot'ii.i',
.\ :I '(PhiC. ; \It .1 i..I..f'f. .. If$' l'iecett Pucker. Cooper & Cw. B,
lant, I luvi' |l..VHHH| i \; lou' )sail, \VlLI.I!<:K.:F\, ef K.t.l"., 8200 JUII) : i{lIli.
1.1'1"1. i t,the t.t.t."I I ". 4 .. 1 : ali1 l"'t .. 7 > Sta Island
A "I.j ht".re. tlu Court ll li'i... .I.>or, in ny it lalU'ia-- JOH I I'tTTiT ill I laiuiiina. I 5 Pales
inn, 11 '' .! J ( it 'iiTttt, d : .. Gunny Cloth .
.lf.r..1 .n..I..1 .
mAe nn-n ti.t. I.. l.> Ihi: anditici' o', on M .ndi\ !:.tl, d.1..1. Januirv. nest vsitlunliTl s ( SMIPI, UK) ('01 U HOIK: '.l .
: 1..t .uh..rl. Ii ir".thi-f; ..1! -cri'uil l ; C. I It "" .
) > ropeitvto : rtTii
hivi' ci.niiis .' isot .iii I .t.tr. t ; I. | .. I 15 Cases Kui"f t Bro an*.
: ; 1'1. I'r'I' IA* \ 'II u ';. 1 l Hlid! tin on- I \ V:
hil 111 .1 r. "
hen I..r vi'itit I"i t i; >r v ithri ll h. :it..1 : I.il' Ht.1 I K-rseys.
t pa
I..IIII.Ildt.. siiiul plan of the eiT .. .t.I I I' I:." ,IN, "t I Ml".'Mlf i OF (.I'o1a.\: : I
time rc ju.ri-d t .r I :i" v "I i >. l"lr.1 f i.'t., .lI.ln..N. I Hale Negro MankeU.2't : .
ti!. b.IIW. SI''I' l I Np.IKINNS'i I \trdtipon ai the I1rMrIy f, > .lfiuLirit, said I ... .1.f M I. t.su.. Hi}' (iforjrr W. (rawfcnl! dournor; of said Mate Parrels !lour,
fn itic fl to 44ti.fv. ,ud writ i I Inn 1aesS4. I fit I 'H\ I I.., I .1 I \,-" "," .\ S
lrilf ;.ii" fjr vt't t" \iiiiinu 'r.ll.rJefers..llt. .1 rtJ Kegs i\ail ,
\ . 1 I J'. | r..r'I\'I..IIOI..rm.ltIOII hit a murder was
.. |I'l.| \ 1 IMII:K, shinir \1: -
I I .. N.'v '!. I IN )1.-:.. i I' l III. 'Itv I Smiths IIellow, .\nvil ,&c.,O naLurg..Shf'ttaDp.Slurtuu .
.1 "ii iirst
f of1I1II..t.. in tit.
:3I hi' atxiM.d l4' ln .n | u:itil M
.- .. .lav. the day of f l\-Imi! 1.11"1.,1 '1'niv jail tiling*, anil hold ta.t (hut tthkli i. 1..1.' I niintv% .I I Lowndes.iip* ii t tin lt.wty nt :!, Lm_vi, Java Rio and La uira Cofiet,
:irv m
: -. _' : :. ., -. o & ,1"11.10\I .\ VI I> tV KI I NI I;, \th hit.; t!.' BY'' \. I) MOSKLCY, Sperm Candh.e. Winter strained Lamp Oil, &...

\' I lux.; :Ifji n lif ;pro";, .'i' tni..,iu. I HIM. m\ Samll..111111'1| the state flomlaT"THFRFS OctilHr4, 1" '">._U .
Cow of of _
CD M MIS S IOU MERCHANT S.ITe ti 3Tvlr 2'l run -
I'ibrimry.taicrlfl .
p1'f f(1 :. !/ ,.!. rm'ircwirdot oNF. HI':NIMFD:

\.. I. I tr.qd I 1..v.... '! ""ak.I l_ tIlt uir'on ..r I' 'rsoiis, who in.iv' apprtlund and l d Ie. It has been certified to me that CIGAItS.ins .
VV J'III11I:NDFU SON( tithe .. CIG.\R. .fth. f"II"T>
) a mm, irn[ noned ( U.11PRINCIIE 5
\ I: \- OKI I. I E .\ \ :. t.n It 1 I \ ,'irUK- of I writ ol lt. "I I
\ TILL attend to HI '\ IV:. P.I UMJ. KJU HIV- fr..n' tin "I..r 4Ifl: < i ol llu' s ipt m'r I .nrt tpI i illu Ufstirn Circuit of (!.,rida. "n an vomtion "f haying Ju"to SATi/. Conttantia, and Del Vapt.r
.\ I I il >, m irenner,riiart'). anti I
( officers
\V '.unt\ i.ii. :tli.l.tIidrirt! if lion.11. re"jmredll .
1Ni; inJ I'ORWKUIU with promptii. sand | PILTdH.. r tin' liv (I..n lair v IH fi.lolli..I) mnriUreil 1:\: -. WILI JAMS' in $,!*II' Havana Krcalia,
l'"I'SE !
unlit vigilant
_ d*sj patdl. \\ herein i'haifl.ti' J. J..hl..1 !|"laintiir. jut I IV-iij,i- ,I I ha -' .',,-1 ..1 t nit !.!,rll' ivil I md irt ill endiati rme 'u tlm Stite escaped fn in .aid Jail on the nitM of the ",tfl t .. PrirnaTtra
.11I1 l
the Kl"-
tiinf!. i. .I..t.! Ijtit. I liuvi al'prcilt'l/Il il.1 n1'r hat In be
N"'II'r s*. \I- hi. ,14i h.inl"I"I.] antiill I ml .Ire : r ti 1 !' .,II.lh :,f | may 7th ol Sc1tttinber i 1..1" I;>, and w now' a fugitive fr"m Injun Inipi'rials,
I .rsile, I h.t.r tli ( ] 1 tried 1'01 I he .1I'n't.; with' which lit stalul'i charged
< !
",'\\ a.l.l \. ., hI"; -<.. on th.. dr-t. Moml.iv. "J.Situ-inihfcitvof n.uI ll i ," PI'' S : ". :. ', tl f, .\ .'' (a\I:: tindti inlun.I ;uxl the great teal |u-tire, diid .>u|'posed to 1 lie lurkmir in swamps in tineVeteri |n.mm Pulipana.
: I Iii 1, e..1.i.,;, "I"i I \ !.\ t I'',. ( i. % hitriit.I |ltlisf I Tnbncos; ,
) .\X \1V .\\' Ir.in the .II..il..r inc J"'r.!; nan n<.'\Itlli li rd hunr-. lh. f.llo\\iiu! dcx.iil 11.1 n I ., I I. .' II i ''I : ',' .: 11.,1 t tusi 1: : it .. *. of the. Mjte. at 'hit (ilitittil. ira Millt.ule.I. tin hertbvn\ authority, of hw, ofTi.r tie aln' >\' Just rtieived and fur sale ( :
V "" ( .untt. a n. .r,' w"m in u.ii::<'d M.\. l lid .ItieflY. IM-STTO .!tav.i, t. \\it : ., 1.0; :1. tilli this ltha di\ "I'\ S'I't| timber .\. I).. bvP
1 In tint': 11! ( .'" i. i r d I v "i i..1 t I th. : reward of rwoHundrid I) illars, for his ai[ prehnsion .\. 11.\YW.\RO
GI.ORM.V.: : C
n L. !!\ Sal.i.11... is """lt I 9 v.ars 01 .nl.. Didn, Lu/a.. .Suite and ..1uk.i. : "' .1.11. ,". o'.I..II.r..r.. ( .... .e..I_i....."II".I.hI' ..I.r..; ._,_ -_ tlmGoternirN 1M'' !VU I OKI). an 1I1'liHn' to the Sailor of the Count of K*- N. \.'.inr ll'ih. l *>
: '
"vu-d Uv
( z is al..ut t Iir1s. t-l.ill Inull oii<' up.Hi.i-.tlu ,'r"I..rty.r.] ud Ktli 1: fr.nl. and Itus A tduht liKnni-h in "'H' to !lii. ..Id I.i iti"lvaid. of In'ri (a.ia4. C. BKM-TTStcr.fan' if State
1'1 : : \111 TIn I I..llijiing i-tr"in Mr I.f JJ. Tin'm citizens are hereby rt"flnin-d to aid in his arrest. M'CANTS & SPENCER
eve I'T-aVn! ',' r<'vt.irdl Iw.'lh.t "e dollars will l)4. 1. |a'.i| ,. '| .\. .\ I : haulat 1' I"wr.
allailiLi .
FISIIn.lh..ril i : Stritnr.u. Alatiunz.Taa.a.iwe ; : acc rdm to law.Given
be paid 1,1 h'r d,'liv ,'rv_ t.> nu, n<. ir tlte .\,1'lla .l 1- : I 1lu.' ilxive xdi1 l.a-i'Min m-WI\II'TIOX.: ATTOHXKYS A '[ LAW .
: : p i-tpirtwu until the : .\ S]'HIM.l l fiiMltira Co., ) itnitlurmy hand and the meat seal of said
feron I" \ IIJ.IS1 The said f King is aft! ut tW'I'h.thrl' teirs .f .
itt kE1"V.1)ttniI.t
i: ainthin
.\ !til M Jold.y l in il.plarv. tn.at.1ut'aitI'.i .\I.ham., '. ;\iuii"t4"" |sjj. J Stateat the (apitol, in the city cf Talla- "1"! 711.L practice in the Courts of th* Middle DisV -
isii' swirtht C"'III'I.io"1
( .
: I>, I 11.I ,' | vi dark .
Tin is tort-tilv lint I h.I..I"1 at'liifid will!, basset, this ilh day of O.tther.D.I l-sJ". V trict and the Court of Appeals and in th*
hair has 0.10\\ 1 I."k. ml! .I..t!
-- -- a II ;" is MIn t huh [!Ei
Jtt\t iCci'ei\'in; : Lle.H tuck 11..aaht.. d |i.1.ia. and liv tr complaint andcostivenes.s III addition lu tin. Go; ., rn',r's r..w.ud1 will -Janij of the Independence of the Unitec lower Counties of Georgia once; at Monticello1

IIIIDS BAn.x. h1)E. y virtue ila writ .. ti,'n fji'n fr.'m tin- ,lor the 1 :!.' <.r IIIIH "'.-ri. dnrin.wla f'a! States the 70th year, and of Florid the Iscar Fla. Vpt 21. l --41 V
6 ('WK'- itli-e I nl < h. time I ;:- will I I re aSoul .\' .
SOI NDl ll"'n r : ('ireiuit "" urt ti r the 111:11".1. .lc'.t.
.lt lUrn U 1.\1=. roiintv "t I."n. Mtddli. 'in'nit Iloridj, i J JiiH sit 'lH>\,'itt| tk\\ltll's 1'11", tWilvi. I.f 1. fir the .td\"t.ry; if I DitilU'. Kin to any .ne of in, W MOSELFY, J. L. Tompkins.

.10. lull d l,t.11.ur.d.,. | >ii a di..r... ilf.r.i'!."ir.'. j r.no'inr. ..l in a riTtamI4U
1uS' I'..... I.t.ZZiIEZ.1'h <*.. lattlv ,jvi'iidu>2, win'r.'in I In. I 1.i': 'tu il tin- fid Pnndrith's: Pil. al i.f h "ill.:'id t u.. but .\If.\\1 MM'IDES: TdhhaiseeOctober 10, isr:,. QtlNCT, FLORIDA

S (....1'.n"I" '. nith.in Late Insurance 411,! '1 rust (' .nipomv are little or no ruIn. I wa.s re(.mint-ni'i.d t<. j.ais: tltoonn.(: : N. 15 The said John Henderson is about five (t.t'l 1Tl1.L practice in the several Courts of thoMid.

U4<*< Tw UK:, c".ri|'Umanls, and .\dari firnnhhn an,1 I .th r<, are try Ih- Snnr| 'rs\i.:..jbh.! 1'.1., .%'WIL.I mi1I THOM\sJ. DFVM\RK seven inches hush short build,"'hurt roiundface,light t die and Apalachicola Districts, and in th. adjoining -

t Rc mi.KTi. Tulnoc del*'mljnU: I a".' levied HJ""ii ;m.l" ill fir "r I toner had hit "in .. 111.: M... hi..id.icl.e ;.\i.i"< 1 l'IGKOO\FR' : hair, fair complexion, but much sun burnt, wcurh Counties of Georgia.

!. I .i'ry artd(4t. -4:11.: ', I liefori the Court HowJ.n, in the e''p.J city il aitirl I eot RIKiil tdknu:the Pills, (now a!...' si\i JOHN II:F. ahllllt IWi ;'ounds, ate; about 3r*> ears, a German b. : February 1. I" 15 2S eowly

Il' I u T.. Talluhast. *-.., I tnunths.) soul l.aluh.11 (.ll..". that I I..iv.' d.ivt.t! J. S GROOXFRrr. ; : birth and hi a wife residing at ellow River

: ___ R ronn'x. hi thr fiiff .:IM./AM in r.I.r.I.I nrf InU' r.' il! l>*'n* 'r.m'II"I n. .1 f'Z..i.'r'' Pill. : .*.vrr till... (.a Ot t I, [ >] I-1, I I ,,nD Oetflnr II ISf. 12 SIBLEY & FERGUSON.

oli, within. I...ral luiur-, tlu) :" I,:ill,iwnu.J.' TiVd'I'r.I.r .'- thin fr.m all .other M.ilu' ( ;;,'i, CafiJhdvUIiC s. ,
A J.L in.144.'I t.. th.. .f( Jun to 'v I: h.n'c"'t'r I..ki n, .jul I "..II.I..arl.'I' rl..IIlld I Vy Jr., having associated themselves in the practic.of .
-!_ co p..t. d.- |. late The north east quarter of ilioaorthot tl.cl TO .'ti.. as I..in&in II'' 'ijMnion tin IM-I in. I
*> as nt r.t..11: t'uuflt n. rld !!Iantir ol' J. R. FORTUNE law, will attend the several courts of the Middl
_ *. will, pl-'ie call ami make jMvnunt, QI north w'<"t ij'nrUnf, the .,uth ;:i ijnarti r, wet rile.in. list l..r ill 1 1h lil'ri'il tin ipl imU, Tin I 1'I,:: I [MTOOTHACHER I Di-tnct of Florida the courts of Jackson county I
alll half IK! .rJh .iv. d .!..- me nut i u., h '. that' I 'ild ,. < prepared idvance on COTTON convened t 0
be CnillJ,ellf.l l<. .pro-exd o:MUt tlw) b I., .. in we. quarter, wt'1 half ol f the north :'"o' w. not I I. : I > the Aralachicola District and of Decatur
tLto. It ( i 'rri-'V., <.:i>t ijiiarttr, al if
I\ecuturN"ovem :' one <':' mtaimnt in two .l"rtl.ril an.J I C inn."i hit in.1 I tin irrit..tul to lr :;j""I'1 I. \(01 XT'S \'-(;:' \PLF TOOTH-.\CII1I leant
il. .
: .f I". ii">. I 17 '*in I i.rt' < .4)) arr.-, rn< r.' or I...; -.thfr with all hi.r I. Ir"I.I..I"'lh; 1 a viln.iili I tneiliiiii! ., .1t' :I.I\IR I a ..-Otfice Quincy, florida.Oct.
._ ,
_____ the 14, I-I.-It!
;1.f ainolar. he boil ltn's, inns'r''tne'tLta.; night, nfriin: v, rvriatt. fit non i ..sis, hivttv i .iv','r. ;iv ,11)4! rilul I in a very few -
::o'ic'c.SIX lilMtties, privilegvs, ant rfppurt; *'nancis hiat94a: 'v .'.rlher tin public, as it a tlun:t,1 tIl otto. -t iml..r.| tiunutianil that t"". nit:: ,ut all\ injurj to the I\E\V I800KS.WKP.STFR .

weeks after diie, I s'ull appK% to the Il.n. .,unto hd.in| i'r in aiiv. ".i. '\linin line.. Id;it <.vi'rv f.llh.i. h;i\'. a -"p.I.\[ | | ., |Ir.SI..ncc.r's 1 l-t't th or (.mm. I It I l"toI.| .....- ttn |'r"|'erlv' 11 tnli. 'S DOMESTIC ECONOMY ; an Eti rn: AlBCUEI12B]

_ __ ( I:. Ir'KHSI.'. J'le..- 14 ..''alf l..' Le'' L "itoul..n| a* lh. |'rotv. i.f iJrr'. !.'fendanN: tniiv! ,.IUill i'it's: nsti'itlv. on hIUI! Minute tie, (,ums v\ln n in a inorl.i 1 state, and of rt. comprising !u 'h subjects as are Auctioneer\ & Commission Merchant

Countt, 'ur 1<.tttr!i'tdiiiuii atisfv said wit if fn'ri tauas., i<- .\.\( )1 ( ,t.'ruuiz a In':illhv!! tn I vuor<.us d.it n. m ist immi diati'1> connected with homt.keeping, as

of John M. mli. Ute eii mid i">U"iv d..t.'U.llnfT. sm-d uudi :.t'livntu" 4'I !;,i.1] .U-<-r.v. ,' {: Price 2".cents |Hr B i\, ,' fiI ulirectuon., {;:>- Pnre .It ; "nt- |1"1' phi.il 'Jthl.all.( (..lions. Edifices, Furniture, &r\"antil. "Foil Fermented Liquors STORE in Hayward's Building, recently occupied

\\ H.I.UILLDecemVr :! .\:l'Nl IiI. : ,' .fIxoncoimt\'. de in Tallahissee h> LFWI .\ii... "1 1" For ..Ik in Tallah'I"'c' .t.\\ i- & ,\MIC ;!, attle! Dress, Carria't'.lI..alth. &.c.. \.c, '> rims "rl. Starr iFlasr2, where his bet ieuiu

.;. I t*. :w ).'.'n IN'r .>7, Isj;i. 21-tds: ,\
---- ---- vi.I.WOOP, und! .t' enquiry/ 111 i March 2'>, lil't. Jjm" _

NEW BOOKS, &,c. !ieri1l"s !ah'. in almost all the towns and tliag.a in tl.i State .inn.>st an I lit townsanJ \ viliaLt in the State utiZs.The Wandering Jew, complete in 2 nl', price ] 'W\o DCm m

r1i1L ln> ji-' n-ctivixl 'Dri: M .ta virtue' if I June j 11. Is13 .p <:m I Jur..I.t I, *f'.a.3| .I i:m ';2J rtiTht 9
F 11110fI'r ;JMT s < a writ i In ri f.nrjt.: from the
J. BY .1 -- Elements Morality, including Polity, by UCTIONEER A>D COMMISSION MEBCHAXT,
inora an. 'stin) ''in a I.r. and -j'I. ndid a .soit turlvs. ol'ir. it the (.mint C.nrt tar the -

ment ol the till '''': iti' UsM : count' .i ol I..n. Middle ( (ml if 1 H. rili, i.,ui-d I Alliances.rpIIF COMH \\ \\hewtll.M. D ; .Mol's. CORNER MONROE AND CLINTON STREETS,l

IK MiL r.iMlkSOf I ; upon a ct .un .Wni., |,r"" J
Mu-rhv den Thos Green.
evert. varntv u-..,I In'r,', I irm"lh <'i cetwrallvti in cutnuc.rv, lat.,' |1"'I.lil:in ,:id; c"urf, whti.in L v .m' t -. in < fiat it-at in fund.. r n nmuit-l

_ _ >cd in .'to M.ls l.i ttlur wttti n.a: (\worlvsonGeographv J.hn \'. I Hart Iriisti-, Xr., n r.) int. ; (OTTIX) to rlu'l trnmi. in N,'w \ irk :; HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES are now raPidly Iurbm'Observations: in the East, 2 vol'Narrative FOR SALE,
II1.Ia 10 of Mi-Hion bv the Rev.
Grammar .\rillun.'lie, &c., Xc Kdnard LO.K Lerinan i l I <,th< r". .n' -, I I J' HN DFNH\M &(TI. suptrcedin tttr) other piration in a to Hokhara ON GOOD TERMS, A VALUABLE TRACT OF

I.LXNK 11'.1.\! upon and! \\ille\posct ".>r sale >1'I"f' I tin' Newport. (Irtlat-i -,, [i>] j -ij Lb ':,n tin. relict of roughs, colds, thma, whooping cough. JoephVolf, D. D L L. D PINE LAND itX acres 350 cleared commanding -

Of evert' sire and d''. .rlltiln.It'UK' of good I (. I 1lou.d..r, in tin titv ..f |aiaha.ts:. .>... o. tightness of the chest t. and! all pulmonary coin{.laint NEW NE\OLS, &c. a healthy situation. in the Miccosooki set

_ miterial 1.jnl at I jcb low 'ricea \VUatf none .. On t'te firt .Jfniilai/!/ in } '" Wiry nril, ttadin to consumption) and dtath Author Daughter, by Mary 1(owitt. tlement 10 miles from Tallahassee Also, a good

:else w litre. I'l'ur.ch v\ilhm l le.11 hours, the fri'jI' .1""cnl. o j 03: Price 2.> cents per Box with full ,dirtttions Only a Fiddler "S" supply of Provisions and Stock. Applvto

P.XPFR.Foolscap |*'rtt', "lu.", towitice : Irl' Forsilem Fallaha-site by LEWIS & AMES sole The Merchants Dauzhter, The Fright The Expectant II B. WARE

and Let It r P'J.., fr'mii '."1 to t" ( Chad"lt. Mariaz\ ;\ and Mir\ 1_' I I :\ct lit. : m Quinct, bj J I. \LIUOOD ; ill hfi"" Ellen Pickering ; Amaurj.bv Alex. September 20, 11'( Q On the premises

per ream. \ nir\t article v.rv thou. l I.41.'r | tMr. L<"v ntl upon a-4 tli. (,ropiitv; 11 ni.1 1 .11'111111"! i :\lnll'wdlu. bv .\MI FL PEI'LESTON and may Duims: .\e\thonia bv Mrs. Gore ; Three Nights in

_ to suit the new. posti e .1 of l-reneb and .\ and t., t h.u- solJ toitifs.iid writ if .Inn I 1.< 11.-, ii" ot found .jtnirallj in Hit( ,tort throMalu tin StattH aliUtiuie Groves of'Blarney, The Only Daughter) Notice.
\ I
can manulai' .ttire, : Urappiiic/ I.lotting, loivel- Co UIM|<'and l h.v .ai.ttl.'n.. Mansfield Park ; The llo/t and Butler Torres SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts
ope Tissu" C"i vi CII.N ite u.1 i lnlt! Pajurs. .\. .\. I l llI I II.ritot Icon r"tint v. n.1 I L' SORM pond, nee, &r., &.C. vouchers and apply to the lion Judaic of Pro-

sI'.tTIONIRY.: !). eem'K! r :tl'.l.I I;.. :n-Id is AM: n iw niperre.lnt..r, j ether m"I'met Just received, bBn.. ii* Ann Eliza, and for sale bv oate for Jefleron County, for letters of dismissionas

Pens .' t.'r .1"t ., 'I ii. f>, .ur. ( "I' !f. .un'I [ XOZENGESlite I P A. 11.\YWARD: Executor of the estate of David Hart late of said
i..t..I.i:1' ., n'I.I. and .ahcr StN,1Pel" lu'nll > I i 1' tVtr .. -
.. Silr.BY :1.p I. ",'d I n. 11.\ I Tallahasse Dec 11. hI >. 21-tf County, deceased
sih .
r lli best ,
< .a* ,
I't. ar I
wih ": ,' tl .j.4 .
uttute I 11.1.I n t .IId ,: JAMES M HART
\ Executor
11 li'ri farm 11\
writ I
tide ), < all kinds, lla! < k, HtdJHuonul I a <.1 iaeu.tJ) fitis 'I" ( "provcil mrre thin I 1'.01.. infallible ,
ca-es It
t'I1. .t i I. ', I i .
In' lirWsiiIui t 1".1 i \1- i \ .frlJ5JJ1] A October I, lr 11
( opvi.ix .. I lack. i-ajict and Nitarial of tic ( ireui.t ( oiirt f rllicnntv I -.11 'I/ I i it1 1' : : ,, -it mmatif ll I !bat' 100,000 hildren du annuallt G1J[ fmIVotice.
<- ..I I.ion. Mi idle I inuit I iIirIt3, !,r' n ',"nt I I1!!;> -! ''.:,:r. I 11' 1:: I.... j'I \ mtt'ii '. ...
U'alus, v tlmz Wax, San - |!OM.s. Water.Cups, SJ t ('upsPen Racks. J.lui I 1.! T.I i\l I!r is. |.Ialtil 1?, anitl I II I. T.I C."t.lal.; .-. it I w '"I"f'.0!f. I" I tl I.. (1" P\I\I .. .1 t'l 1 < i I.,.. p trlii uhr t.inb-irvt svmptornand adininidri Aiiiiuals for 1HIG. l1ERl .
l.llll.trat'oa an .!( < ?, -. I ,. inlhi'nuiri--tiiri' are tin.u-iinds! of witnis hi (ho- T came to uny lantation on the St Mark'sRiver
:ue ., rTlIIE
Pen Hoi 1 Vs. H'il>T4. Red 1 ai* India Ku'.Vr Ll.irk iip n i aid lrictuil worm-deMrovin' medicine Ut. Leaflets \f'mory.l'alnre'IIGt'Ol ,
Sand Fold. Card .n.1 1 will.I I \|I",M lt.r-.ile.jt | imt<-rv', fjrcash) Ilri"I..l f'I.I. .f I this valns'ilt' nnslii iii.- h I :: Ihe little : JL The at a place known as the 'Natural Bridge
Kick t.
JM1 Fikii, Ixad IVittiU. 1.a.li( I 'n sntji rers ire hirruil to Opal Friendships Oflinnsj,
r. U t tin run h lie. ( hill'! 11' tin prematuretruce. on the 22d of April last, a
.n Court I Iut'i..i' L..n..r.llv .1" vi r ti-st d \ negro man, some twenty
T.U"la".h', .
Letter StaLip, M. tl'.a X"thillill be "oUI,1 1 Rise of Sharon Hi udoirnnual.!.
(JI .Mutiny' tht ncfond tie!, f.f 1'iftiunrtiiftt, .n.1 .s.runt iiLt'n.1 t Hi. r 4.t.irirrnihli .at !h or |I.r.4uiue alY d.-.- I tl.isi) IOZIM.IS. vvhnh more than The May Mower, Forget Me Not Ladies Album tears of age, badlt dressed, has a large scar upon ha
MlSCT.LLXEoIX KOilKS within' : leual hours the. .lluuin d<' "n"ati.. in th,, s\ .1cm.. O'._.ill.tt.. "nsis in as [leasatit to the taste Moss right cheek, is rather slothful and stupid, speaks UM
: ( hildnu Rose Chri-tian's The-
w will Annual Amulet
\ great 1ari'tv nf n.'w' I!...k., \ ikU and SUnJard lt.'rt.t. '.sit : ; rtlll'r.j if HILLS I I and II I M R. tin oth. )I'r"I'or'lft.usIM tMit : cry for them and eat tht'mvtitli The Indian language and seems to know very little ol

_ \VorkMthaiA<.t -./.I..udl.1..ru.1 o Ijl,.. 15..tl v negro wrrnin, : ..1 Vi ,.-ars : Arthur, a 1 i hate tailed hay. vnld.dHull's ."t '.' !'II d f.Vt lt ttiu. .I| \ Irt-li ai itltty. jilt riitivdl Scenes Jewel in the The life hyacinth of our Savior plantation labor said but is stoutly built, some five
Prater Bx k:, .\lm.II. .( 'Icrt.air.-d It ".'ari.lo.I..t.> ; V, in tin .1.1'( I I'ill.. .thII' anv di,!Mxiitin if a rl'lllrrt.- ,'nvbt' i.FMSA.MI.S: antI f'.r sale in this )ht.k"l't'afl"| Gems, Fairy Land, Feet four inches high, calls his name John, .,ind
plan <4' the Tht'Y rc'i'nre no |nihiu' -it nnwirtht c.f Illc .Iegl'nl". says that he was born and raised the Indian
.cr'rinv.Roder ( cfTal ha" -* n*. t"nrrth. a.1!- flit M.ilical w I .\Uof.r.ili. in Quinct II.v J. L SI.\LI.WOOD. anti En lish and Ameru'an Prayer Books Bibles and among
1 acultt
", .*> s, mm, viiin me n .'reim. l.eviMl ;ir now |'resrriSin thorn e. t.l'l Mis So soon as the said negro) came upon my premises ud
( :. \\u.t..l..lul'" Kli1.1.. IllrOVf-n'nt. ujion bv S.\\IIal.: I'I LLF:sTON Montic.llo < illames, splendid bindings, &c., ttclov .
Pocket Hunting, k L tlitpr.il.crty to satisfy said writ uni'\;unj'leil siicci ss, n<.t only ill (MIa,>l !- related the abov story, I made known the fact to (be
"rulill. ;. ale LU' dcfcllJmto. (but Juni 11.I l t. l'j li, :10: Books for children Also, Toss of almost
lure Knivts, n..I..r.. Ses..r... X<'. i>f fieri faria.4. m. fetirsof all ttin-s, trades and character authetioder i t''er.v de.crintion suitable for nr l nts- for rhitilrrn Jnitiru of the Peace in my nei.'h1wtrhno.t Nn cern.
I IK'in UK most Mi.' and harmless tin mitment having been made for
A A. I IMII:II. til I his apprehension and
) SaUSaU for Christmas
ic New Year.
f.XCGOODS., Ry: IIMH.K: ,11'rilf. >. most certain' aII.r"IlII"| | I /,; 'r rtle" tint can :,"idv! r or sale bj delivery to jul said iegro has ever since and is till
\ I ( SV( ks Die 18'. 'I4I5. 21 P .
lit \ IIV\W\RD
Tortoise Slu 11. Pearl and I.JVEHPOOl.LT.
Card f ailnunisti red 1 in tin ,
\.hc ase*. Ieeemtk'r 2. !Ili.* 2VtdShciiflS imiliati m;111141 ment if; L.IiJj to at my place, and any person w ho has lost a boy of the
from $l 5> to $I lUeach La.lies l\ tNi Turks Island dn.
.andGetitleuieo'* Silk ---- "vtrs (K-ruIiar to his cnuntrt'. Full dini lions frru above description, can prove and identify the sam

Purses, lair Hru>h<.-, I ix.tli Pruhe: :.i and <"'tnl Silt. >i. arcoinjianv i'.'b Inc., I'ri.Onc I) illar. Fir salt b> W F. LLOYD. Oil Consignment. according to law and will pat all the in*

Brushes, Pencils. Silver d.. f:. Thurible. ,'irll.-uf a ,writ <.f I ',..n 1 ". i.ut] from Fir silt in 'illalu..,. i' f bv J..WI X .\ at is: silt.1 Orl.,ber .1.I I l-l'Ii. ll Ie\SK Sugar cured Hams, Sugar, Tea Rice, cnrred bv me, can get him at any time expenses
Silver \ I'u-ia.
Sispcnder B.j.kll...I It L"t'iuli'y X.'dles. office ..f tin. Circuit : Montin,11 I., andles. Soap, Maikarel( !, Lo. f Sugar, Flour C }COOPER
IvorY and Huilalii Horn Drf .he'I'rl' Court for (Un. S \!'.. PIH,.,STON, 11.1 I I'I'.III1..n t Notice Is lien'by ji%'en Cheese
I ; tint Crackers Jul 2C
( Is-IS
En"Iic. ( iuJy, ) IA.m. Midlle. Cm'nit (.I 11"ri.ld. i n'juirv Vinegar, Mu-stard, Pej per, > i Cm ..
Motto ,
Seal a'1 I Waf'rs. Paper lLan.inz; I.er..il at all I the BURR __
( generally .tor. tlinmjn ut (th lit Mad' aol 1 JOhN MI/LLL.or his SpiceGinier
1 lisoi and Ili rnr are .lanital's and (. roLLFN ,Xutrnf'Js.lJrie.I.\ppll"land Peaches,
Plain and ikurol (;r. for \\iudi\v (' | e.rge June 1 I'I l *. New York nty->o. 151
p : ,ptpirs, ur i 'have Ii -i 17 i;?, | nstntative*, and all others' whom it Maccaroni Butter and Onions, for sale by Broadway.
lain. lur..i.1 r..;p., EI.i"1! aii'l I'r,'nch P.w d'f."I.lt.1 !viod! upon and "il 4"\- inlay 'ullc'rn. I that I, John J. Mi'Millan, have his December 11,1M": .
Masks tnt.4.| niile.: Ltfjre tin' Court I HOU-H door the -" ( > 21 R. II BERRY JAMES J. BIRGE
am. J 12', <; In tickets l.ail4, lliermometers Ir in 10W tt.t ij fill II mv' pa it ion in the ( lerk's ithjrt' of II f' ,
Itv ot 'r..ual.a4.e.- tin'lid I I TO GET e iruit -
Plavin/. \ i-lliu I'mil and Or I..l. daV of Fib HEALTH. L '
: 1114 I'iiht'? < "urt for the Mid.11. ( ir.'uit .f I Flori.ld. fur Jeflersi iIBrAN' AitL
roar_ nevt, will.il lt'al hourf, the \ disrnbcil Family Flour.

( Call Violin,, String Chapma'iS*, N.. Ra/or.jl4C i Mro's for:Pia, 1'11.i .ld".(Guitar. &and., '.j.rtto wit : fulJ\'ilg rnilOl S.\NI>s..1 I prsons i .nliinu,i lo <'un. thitiJL fiill.vmmig n (mint} pray ing a partition "r.division of the 50 BARRELS FAMILY FLOUR received by HAS ta'ten the abote store, between the CITY,
\ c dtstribetlparetliof .
with a great ,'nri"ly uf other d*; rluta.ainrn.-roos Lot No :5. *.'. -'.., 'I'. 2, IL I I. \. a'.1V.1 ., containing -<.h.. .f t ul.I U. < oil.hs, I l a.l.MllC's. Hllt'lIIa.II hall'of the. South I-ast land, to wit : The Ea..t Schooner Maria from New Orleans, on consignment and FRANKLIN HOUSE, where he

to men!ion. ontO hm'fc.ant IWl h'i\c arres, also .\ll-ctKins; Small P.i\. tiaatut. I',,tivf-iies
BOOK PIND1NC Hie r:. I I. S. 1:4, S ;.11, 'I'. _>, R. I. X and W, t.III..a"'I tin IKK ,1 I I lit.-' indiiati. of I lit !I. uk| South Fat: quarter ol of Secimi twenty .nine ; the Nov 2-2 1 ls Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts AND ENGLISH CLOTHS, \SSIMERS, VEST-

In all its bnnHiiii! containing' .i and! :I.a HrJaensIxviitlnp i,f lie blood IHIII out ol .r.I'r. nnplv bv qiartir Sl'r'i"l1'II'Y nine, and INGS, .c He would respectfully solicit
Ihl1h. ltoted! so.t II der ofany size or !I)t juired.old l!
& re.1Jul.I. to be sol Iu oa'i.tv' said writ of hen facias. t'> lon{ a* allY t.. tJll't'IU"; ol and lust,m lownship Three nf nan e 9 FAMILY hAMS small size, and a superior he will be. enabled to give them the most entire

ALSO for sale a (''r tng Ii-"s. price .10. A. A. I FISIUn.: SI'frit' : retnai Old'n, I In j.l.. >'| tin' t i if cull rs-. whithtxpintnct ti !ht'> acres, more or less tontaininj all four hundred anti article, for sale at private sale by itisfaction

P. A. imuRD Dy J. W SI ILK ) S. ha? |I.\t.d di rding In Nat Ut C, it IK'MIL, IH in Jttltrson of'said lands lying and E. W. UOlt. EY. April 5, 1S15 37

November I*. I IM' i. 17 Tallahassee. 2r; lec.1 I S I',. :J-td merely a.o.isllrI In'r, hut iiiauv III attw tins tutu I Iton.ing Ju lire in stud County' ; arid that I will move the Nov. 22. IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts New
rc..t..red In hieaLi f.. ilit.., lull I. l Irol'klrl'll 1.'a I'lll I )1".1! ( ountj on the tvtent>-second day, F.xtcnsi\e and Splendid ,

a iTP'7) e \ IM.i.ii 'k Ii.r I.I.I'! 'Ins., IK.) value ,,-f tin; nudicint; i : UinR .hut fourth Mondav in December next for (hi' Exlrn Family Flour. AftSORTME OFOLOTH3MQ ,
I NEW STORE. IK.nd aj'pi inttntnt ol Comniis.uuursfllOs .
I 1'1. \(.(. art t."w r,' their Full is price' JrI-T. 50 \RRFLS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, just L'J
S ol Stiile a'd I.. landed from Vhr Maria from Xt'Orleans.. ,
) y I> Solicitor for T HE
S Goods LKK,t and "sli,M'', I llar4tsarr.,.(:r.du.ry. TTJPT .: (jIiQIJ'] ttODa. chnngfit it requirti. intilitntrSuliKn Monticello Fla, 5.1it. 20, 1"-. Petitioner he above lour was selected bv one of the city miipactors subscribers are now receiving a fane aauortJL -
Irom '. > 'J :;Jm tnt of CLOTHS
\\'ar'. lr.n Gr: M-I ric'.. I'r.\i"iorl", Xc, TR. I OR) '1 1':1:, hatingrttiirnvd changis err liot chilly wi';ithi r, and warranted to be equal to allY of the j, which C.iSSL\fEJtf, St VESTNGs -

which they will! .11 1 I..,,I f.r \slOR! I )J "'UrI'ON.I "uld rtsp! .,tlully inii.rni Ins fm T.lala. citiensgenerallt art unlavorablt health and it ill a fact univi'rsallv Adlllhll lrUor's otlce.h Northern brands Received on consignment. and lor tine most fashionable they are prepared to manufacture in
admitted that licit and
Not ". '. / 'that hi has taken inmshireare powirlnl ,ik< nNin sale at i ate sale b E. W martneioem lance vopplrf
ember I I. I'| | t a\ the II.r.' lately oc- h mi'nths after d..tt'.1I11'I under-ugned pi > DOFtshY,
----- -. -- .. ...llit' 1'.riZ4& producingdistisi'. arid tin c'.n..I.l1It ,!rv :11,1..11. SIX \dminis Nov. 22 Isj Corner If Monroe RE1DY MADE
; upi I's"r. Barard.on the or ot all and smguhr, lie lands < and Clinton !ts.Wlalstkey. ClOTflhC,
TIio ( weather both 'I and! tenem
Ji'E. ) 'fl'r"lr"Jsi' slant se t an lavurab't! (I. its /ituri -
H..i. R Swa.1 &, ti.., win) re nts, giMuls and chat IrIs, riltl"l (made bt ourselves the
alhll'n-.li'i. up .) in latest
tim d f hid
ATTORNFNIXOLNSIIIOK: \T J.\W.XTILLco.tlUtlu entire ) ; it MS iii t i.4 nitv vvl it wt cull it : it inivlnurn \ style, consistio;
ning stock nf
.pe GOODS and wen' il David \\iIli- di ..
It.w will
I in of
woul it IM Inli fun it |hretcnt hi- part
: nut ins h..H.. ac-
u'r ; nut I.vi f f.1' I.'
I I the ji luj p) to wait on Ins friends and the \\ (.un'' dint voiiclurs n\RRFLS RFCIIFIFU UIIISKFA
prurli. il S"llri..r ant! Ifullie gtnerally to tin H I "n Judge .f 50 just
\ ; it ma) IK dvsLlitart. : it in;it IM rluuniatisiii; 'i it < Probate Frock, Dress and Business Coats
(L.MirtM E'out' ; fir Lun t landed from s*'hr. Maria from New :
County J'I'rS.1 a,111 the ount) 'lor a linal settlement of hu Orleans,
Superior Court ol the' I.I.J'I.I' .triet0 a 11 the ConnIt His stock nirisisK, in [iirt. i,f Prow and' Plciched IIM i ) IM' bronchitis of the IM; ,it wtls m ir. IM eliot In In,i it nut IM .nstipition ; and! will then ask ti bt disi'hirg"d from his accounts and for sale at private sale at a small adv ance to clos Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats.

of t'uluuibiain lliel .. rich. Shirting. SJI'.til:. Dulling I) Jeans, Osrnburgs: [plail ; it nu> inlhinination of 4iid \dnunistration. JO\I! WI LLIS. he invoice. JW.. DORSF.Y: Cloaks and Ot erco.its, Tweed, Saxa Gotha
the sloinvh IM
it ;
Residence at t1.ustir&4li, J""I'r., CV.unlv and fanny Priut, M.iurliiug C'aluo, pliin and lane) it dist ; and IIM)dix.j lurti usaf'irtioii ; I lint still _S.'|.tunbtr 18, iM'i. s rml Nov. .}2. IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. and Beaver Bus Coats ur touts.
I Al is a : c. a isc c'ur..IoI..Iv! tht Braiidn _
busineentru.ted l with him, ,\ill be vrzxIi.1l, fur.ill.e CalicrMGinghams. M"ulil tie Lames, ; Plain and I'ancjcstf
U-caiiic ,
Pills rt111".11
they ill1l'lI'i.it.oj fmm llu 'i Jrfli-rson
Al I ( a.hn.-ru-. Circuit
dod to. | aci i. Cambric, Conrt
[ l.awn".D.ula.Jrrahe |I..dv," all I that cm in i any inuiiur ,It-oil] tin. Iii ri hier1nu.nts STATE ADVANCES: ON COTTONTO Black and figured Satin, Silt. Cashmere, Valencia,
March 9, 13I : Iial..r.| Russia and Birds I've } OF F LORID.\-JKt t FRMJN CotSTV.
1'1. Iiapt.r. Li.n. .f the Ind.d> no m.itkr how and Silk Wlvet
-- Napkin 1 'ow'I". Jaconet, Muslin! | ; iill.il I ; t thusthes NKUOUK AM> l.l\ C UI>OISTARR .
all SiSI Fxlg- <. pills ar. not IInl> I II.. ..., prop*'r iiuiliruii Danit..IT. Lingo, I\s..utnl'oi. by aU..c1uDelli. PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
LA and Insertion Lire ( & FL\CG
.rded will
lOJ Rtd mike .
W1 inl 1irb. !, White, but tin oidv ainedoin that h 1-.111 Tenon I' I 1. C \S1I .ADAN"
lllI'ra1y IIt't'Cl
or oui.1 t 'to r
TILLIM II. (!(:I"XIonI.\: : S 'tllovt .1.1! Si'arl. t I l'l.nl..ls. KI'I"I" 'ky Jc.al", su be ustd :; \", } .fIidavitforn.htyj J. on Cotton consigned to their Irunds in ALSO -\ \FRY URGE ASSOKTME'VT OT
I.tmnj.nnun I .
r. a cr" .
V V TUS f_ \\U'J:I I.'ri"r Satuu':, Ki'rsi'th. J.ili.t Umbrtlas g Vw York or Livtrj ool.
L., I | ((I prtnertlup B.lkd. 10 IHOSI I : UHOSI OCUPVTIONS TF\DS Iamnaget $2'0 no A. Line Shirts Colton, Nett, Merino,
They_will. .. .!Le IrI I.d( tin Mid 11..1.I Sewing Silk.clc.. etc TO PIIODI'Cl! OK A.GRVTF1; ; lSI-\SES.- rPIIEdt (endant and all others iut'rt''Cl' are hereby' Tallahassee, Novembtr I. l"-l*>. lrItotJcc. Collars, Lambs-wool. Canton

die Uisirici 01 r oriu I. jar.on 31.Itr..I.1. CIHIH Mi-n -At.sO-. This chats of itxhvidu.il.-4 are Imm'rou" 'flu; art JL notified of (the institution of the above suit b} Stocks. and made Flannel and

a lies, in the .pal| d"Cvl. Hi.tnc. TIcII'1 ol t I al,1! n.Hls"cl I Brogins, Cc'ltell'I'J fine those w ho work in an nnhialthy atmosphere 1'rint-y I, attachment, and required to appear and plead lo Ihe Cravats, Jeans Undershirts and

; Thomas, Georgia. 1lieC jrt of.\\l'I".l| e,1 1 FJiridj, ladies".I., L.li.' and Morocco Slq ptru a,1 1 1ks. t'ri. workmen in Iiathrr stones, stone cutters.Io.lk'r", declaration therein tiled! according 'to law. SIX months after date I shall apply to the lion. Gloves, Drawers,

I and the District and Cucuit, Co ol the Liuttd ?. n.alin.. and! Shines, MII-' !Sh...and taiurs "bite' had niianuif.uturers are all tnort i)r less mibjeclto RirilXRDH. \CKLLFORD. t of Probate of Jefferson County fur letters I Hand'chiefs, silk, cambric Half Hose

States at TalUhasAeeWM llats. "' ", Pails & &(. and a line .tssdrlrnent dise-isc according to itluirstrtngth of constitution. Mont irlo. October 10, I ISI'I Att'y. for Pl'tlT nf dismission as Fxecutor of the estate of Elizabeth &..CSuspenders. lists and Caps,

J 4I.: ; ftg I\UDUARF h (ROCKbRY and cWCERF' The method ,' October l., t't-13. 13 inn Jones, late of said County, deceased
!I'f"cr OcloUr .'"). ISI'i: II only topr tent disiasi iot the occasional --- -- BootsandShoes, i.c.Ctitton .
H ItlUCK1NIiUl'.wn.'l'.dlaliasne.: of medicine whu h abstracts" Ironi RICHARD TAILOR
use a the circuli
4 AUGU'TVS.: .AX\ll.l.: -- -. --- -- lion all delttirious humr,rs, and expels than bv the IHFRFBYgive notice, :w the law enacts, to all Jefferson County Dec 20, Is4' 22 fm Eury requisite to a Ccntleman's Wardrobe

April W. 1S45.. I JfSIX 5VL) O'lS&iJSM n bowels Tonic in any I f..rm in injurious, as 'tliev >. and I persons entitled! to dis can be found at their establishment on the most rca-

ATTonXFYXU COINSrrLOH I AT LAW, oil!) |i'iut ofT the et il dIY: to make it more fit al. The tribution, late, of of the Leon estate' <.f JOHN W. CO PTF N, eleceased M. D. PAPY enable terms Our stock, will be replenished by the

I NuU.c'. Ja > ItamlKoii use {,f Prindnth'a Pills: will insure health, beeausithi County Florida that their arrival of almost every vessel from New York, da-
| er. Florida.NoveliilKT claims and demands
County, will IH
4 months alter' dite l the .fl.l.r"ilt.l tvill |'re- 22 IM. .\' take all impure( matters out of the blood. and of two from this elate barred at the expiration, @m..ns Ei19 ring the season, by new goods purchased by Mr
llCantloii. years
I low arcixinU aid ,'ouc.ell'" the Judge *,l ., > 'he'I/OIly l ill not wt'akeOt..IIoIII strtnglfuned by their within the same. exhibited to me WILL Practice in all the Courts in the ?Middle STILLMAN, who will remain North during the

Probate( Wnkulla.(. 'Ulty. a.> : ( & ', on the operation, for these taluable PilUdo not force, but } R. COTTI1.Executor.. Office on the first floor of the Cap- winter for that purpose. AVe flatter ourselves, by

estate o( M. C. Hib rt"I. ail apply fur Ittltr of they assist nature, and arc not opposed but harmon. November 15. 1815 Ilo!, South wing. room formerly occupied by the such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY
ditmiMion from the lid ,i.tate..JOIIN 'TIU"P.\sslns: nit Lot No I I. S'lion No. tl I. iZt with hri 17AdmInistrator's Secretary of the Terpif \- FOR CASH, we shall be enabled to sell cheapr

I'.. IHJNGFRFORI). \ J. South of Range No II 1:11. A fresh supplt put received and for sale bv November n: ISJ5: .u 17 than any other establishment in the city. All

In right <.f .i. wife, M. .\. JJovigerord.December are hereby notifie-d that. they will be dealt with, LEWIS & AMES, Drutrgsts, Notice. persons in want of clothing are respectfully invited
13, l-sl:. 23 m I iy, at I.w. } .\VL McCORMICK Sole Agents for Tallahassee.Also ALL persons indebted to the estate of Eldrcd Sim- Notice.SIX to call and examine and tude* for themselve
_Pt'-27th.) 1M"_ __ _._____ 23-it l by M M Mclntosh, Madison <. H.; holmes make immediate, of Jefferson County, deceased will months afterdate, I shall present accounts CLARK & STILLMAN
the my
Dr. JXO. ( ;. CAAIuLlS, Jr. For Sale.-T\VO FINE BUGGIES. & Dtxter Mineral Springs, FAS! Florid! ; ROSS&. having: claims against payment said subscriber; and'thoee I vouchers to the lIon. Judge cf Probate for Monroe street, next door to Starr & Flagg

ilh Harness, for Cash at Treztant Lancaster C. II. ; G. L Brovtn Newnans- for m'nt to the ('State. must prestut them eiTirson County, and then apply for letters of dis- November 1, lS43IS tf
his Norlher 1'3) Administrator
'r'P.ional' Jv'rt icen l,I he r'i7"u.; Wilson Gut '. within the |time mission M Administrator -
OFFERS l.r..! yule, and B > Fcrry East Florida. re-imred ht' law of tho several estates of
Slid il ; er they will be
barred IVotice.
\ Take
.. ic.r.tfy. ef George Ritchie
( .Mount rt'cOVf'rJOSIrH George
STILLM\V --------, mint, --- WHICH Smith Sila
Nor IS. 1M1 17 t ".., ril, it""IM 1-. rl.\HI J > & Off.In I 11. l-l. I? !'m Jeff Co BVTHFUOOD.. "tim'r .ckley AI.I-'UNDER JhRNIGAN: John A N extra price will be paid for Hides stretched
so" Fla N!v 1 ', is |t'- ,j.. .11\ Dcieinbti r., IM 1-' :HJ ( JL\. with pe s. after Ihe Indian fashion, by

im May 10,131$ Iff ML. BAKLRJJ' -