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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 24, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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 1 SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That all property in the hands of the Comptroller of Public Accounts be, and he is hereby authorized eery, shall perform, under the direction or the--Court-- all --
the
I such garnishee or garnishees belonging to such defendant or and empowered to audit and allow all and reasonable dude
any which
PASSED AT THE ADJOURNED SESSION.tFCBLISI1 : a necessary according to the practice in Chancery,
defendants, at the time of serving any such process of garnishment, continet expenses, of the Circuit of this State, and Supreme SEC. 4. Be further enacted, That such appertain Master in to the "Ife.
shall be bound by such process. urt, as are not now provided for and authorized by the laws now in have i Chancery,
: BY AUTHORITY.] SEC. 10. Be it further enacted, That the Clerks of said! Courts shall fore : Prvrided, The same shall be properly authenticated, and approved shJ required power by law to, and administer to take and all oaths affidavits and affirmations and which
\ keep a docket of garnishments, wherein such cases shall be entered, by a Judge of the said Circuit Courts or the presiding Judgeof to issue subjM-nas for cerir' depositions
CUAFTKK 43.-[N o. 16.] and be called arid disposed of as other cases are. ihe Supreme Court. him and shall( witnesses ( is to betaken before
have the
same to the
AN ACT in relation to Garmsheet and Garnishee Process! and to repeal: all SEC. 11. Be i'further enacted, That the provisions of this act so SEC. 2. Be il further enacted, That in cases where no provision nesses, and to for power compel attendance of wit.
former acts in relation to Garnishment. far as the) are applicable/ shall apply to cases of suits commenced b) is made by the laws now in force in this State, for the allowance of I I Peace. punish contt'mlt as is given to Justices of the

SECTION 1. Be if enacted by the Senate and Howe of Represent attachment as well before as after judgment, had thereon : Prorided; necessary contingent expenses of the Circuit Courts and Supreme SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That all and i
sores! of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened.. That hoircvcr. That where judgment shall be rendered in such cases. Court, .for( the due administration and execution of the laws, tho necessary to the exercise of the duties of the subpena office of p process {
on all judgments, or decrees n lI clt'd. or hereafter to be tendered in against any garnishee or garnishees, on his or her confession, or after : i I Judges lithe. several Circuit Courts and the presiding Judge of the Chancery, be executed anj returned b the Sheriff a)Master in.
the sacral courts of law or equity in this Slate it shall be the duty trial I b)' jury, as herein before provided, !such judgment shall not Supreme Court, may allow and authoiize the payment of a reasonable of shal to whom the same }lie directed.. or an}Constable $
of the Clerks of said coutts. and where any judgment:: shall be re> be enforced until after judgment shall be rendered against the defendant account for the same, to be audited and allowed by the Comptroller SEC. 6. COUlI' enacted, That may said Master in s
/ dered by any Justice of the Peace, then it shall also be the duty n-j t or defendants, in the attachment suit ; and in no case shall of PuJlicccounts of this State, such as stationer wood, candles, for administering i Jurt1, issuing and taking affidavits ChancTy and depositions .,
such Justice, respectively, on the suggestion of the plaintiff or execution be issued! against any garnishee or garnishees for more and room rent, where actually necessary)', per bailiffs and servants and such like services proccss shall be allowed the fees
tiffs, iu judgment or decree, his, her or their agent or attorney that I than the amount of the judgment against said defendant or defendantsin of(the Court, not to exceed three haiiffs and one servant, to other officers for similar services ; and where no specific same fees a
anv person persons other than the defendant or defendants in said I said attachment. And if any plaintiff shall discontinue his suit by anyone Court: ; interpreters for the bedding or blankets for specified, the Court shall. make such allowance for the service i are
execution,arc indebted to the Raid defendant or defendants. or have I I attachment or he non-suited or have a verdict against him on the prisoners and) pay of guards, when actually necessary, expense of formed, as shall be just and reasonable ; and all such costs per. i),
.. any of the effects or property of such defendant or defendants in his, trial in said suit, then said judgment against said garnishee, shall become transporting prisoners, fur erecting gallows or pilr. taxed a a part of the costs in the case in which they La bal, b
her: or their hands, or possession, or control. to i issue a summons or null and void, and such garnishee may have execution for his Si;. 3. Be i further enacted That in all cases of allow crued. la J 'e ac. ,.
garnishment, directed to the Sheriff; Constable, or other proper costs to be taxed as in other cases against said plaintiff said attach. I ance for contingent' expenses of the said Courts the items chargedshall SEC. 7. Be i further enacted That the Court Mas. ii.
oicerof the district or county. in which said garnishee or garnishees meat suit.SEC. i be fully stated' and described, and the price or charges approvedby ten in Chancery, when appointed, to dispose of may require, real and B;
may reside, and commanding the said garnishee or garnishees appear 1'J. Be it further enacted, That where no property of the I the Judge all properly authenticated : Provided, That no county personal, and when appoint-d as and when property the is
: at the term oft he court to which said garnishment or summons is defendant can be found levy on, under any writ of attachment, said in which there is a Court House, shall be allowed to charge the otherwise provided b) law, to give receivers bond and in such same not
returnable, which .,lia.l1llt' the term next after the date of or after the, I wi it may be served by service of summons of garnishment, on an State an) rent for the same : Prorided, also, That nothing herein shall and with such penalty, for the payment over surety of all manner which ;
issuing of said garnishment or summons : Provided, there be ten days; person or persons ow wig the defendant, or having any moneys, goods), be so construed, as to allow the payment of an)jury in attendanceon may come to their hand and for the due performance moneys of their :
between the date or day of issuing!! said garnishment or summons, and I chattels, or effects, of said defendant in his or her hands, and such said Court.Passed as the Court may duties
the said first day of said next term of said court ; wid if there be not !service bha1 be sufficient to authorize the plaintiff to proceed in his [ ihe House of Representatives December 1", 1515. Passed. the Senate SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That such bond shrill be mail tf.
tendavs, then the said garnishment or summons fhall be made re. I suit against shell defendant, as if said writ of attachment had been December 2'1;, 1-1; Approved bv the Governor December 29, 1&45.- ] able to the State of Florida, and bal be for the benefit of all pay..
turnable to the first day of the term next thereafter of said court, and I levied on any property of said defendant ; but if said plaintiff shall affected or aggrieved by any act or mal.conduct of the persons
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state on oath in writing or in answer to interrogatories to be propounded I fail to obtain.judgment against any such garnishee.., then no judgmentshall [CHAPTER: 4rJ.-No. 21.] required to give such bond ; and suits may be and person jud ;
J to him her or them, (which oath the 15*d Clerks under the I be remitted against! such defendant in attachment, and if judg. AN :\'T in rd.tol to adru.ni-tering; Oaths ment given therein, a in the case of bonds of maintaiut'd or trustees' who
authority. of said courts. resjK-ctiiely! or said JuJiceof i the Peace are I meat shall have been rendered against him then the same shall becancelled. SECTION 1. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives are required l by law to tire bond. '-
hereby authorized to administer.) whether ha, she, or they, arc in.dfbted of! the Slate of- Florida in General Assembly convened, That SEC.: 9. Belt- further enacted, That whenever a of
to the said defendant or defendants, aya in! what sum or sums, I SEC. 13. Be further enacted, That if any garnishee shall enter i iI' Judges and Clt'lk the Supreme Court, Circuit Courts and Courtsof mater is made to a Master in Chancery, to examine rctrlct there'any
I report
and w ha goods, mosey chatties or effects oTjfoid. defendant or defendants his appearance upon the return of the summons ad reloldclJum. into I Chancery, Judges of Probate Justices of the Peace, and Notaries on, the party at whose instance, or for whose benefit the reference t
he t.h.c. or they hate in their hand oossession, or control, I' the court in which he may be sued, shall be entited Publics be. and they are hereby authorised and empwered. to is made, shall cause such matter to be presented to the Master for 4
or had at the time of the service upon him, lif, or them, of the said j; ance ti the next ensuingterm of said court. administer' Oath. *, in all cases, in which by law Oaths to hearing, within the time limited by the Court for such heating: ; and n '
summons or if he, she, or they' were indebt to !said defendant ordefendants I SE<\ 14.- Be it furthrr enacted That all laws or parts (laws be administered.SEC. if such par" shall omit so to do,the adverse party shall 'be at
,and in what sum' or sums, at the tirn% of the: service of said relating to garnishments, as well in suits by attachment and before : :. 2. Be it further tnacted. That all laws or parts of laws forthwith to cause proceedings to be had before the Master liberty at i
summons (and whether he, she! or they kno!of any other person or judgment, as after judgment rendered in such or other suits l he, and inconsistent with or repugnant to the provisions of this act, be and costs ofthe party procuring the reference. thl
persons, who ere indebted to said defendant defendants, or who the same are hereby repealed ; and garnishment process may issue the same is hereby repealed SEC. J. Be further enacted That upon ever-such reference
may have any of the effects of said defendant* defendants in their l judgment n'ndtn'd. whether any execution issued on said judg. [Pa>scd tl t s'n.te.tJhu 2", 1--1. Passed the House of Representatives i abal the duty of the Master, as soon as he after
can,
reasonably
r 1 113 b the Governor December 3
15.15.
hands The in eiPcutio/f his incut be rendered or not the shall first make \ !(ctull> Approved} ; ]
:) Provided plaintiff agent or attorney. : lrorild plaintiff same is brought before him, to assign a time and) place! for proceeding '1
before the' issuing of such summons or garnishment, shall be requiredto and file with the Clerk of the court or the Justice of the Peace, where CHAPTER 49.-[\0. 22. ] therein and to give due notice thereof to each of the par 1 s '
make affidavit and) file the same in the office of the Clerk or with I or by whom judgment has been rendered, the affidavit mentioned in ties, or their counsel ; and if either party foil to at the fr
AN ACT trarisferins the of St Lurie from the the Eastern shal appear
the Justice that he does not believe that the defendant has in his possession the first section of this act. Judicial. Circuit and county consolidating the counties of Suther Orange to St. Lucie; time and place appointed. the Master at h b c.:t} to i proceed i
visible property, upon which a levy can be made, sufficient to [Passed tIlt f 'Itt December! 3, IS1Passed tit H.u.e! ofR"rrf"cntatino. and for ether ruri'st t parts, or in his discretion to adjourn the examination and proceedings .
satisfy such judgment or execution. December l-i, b IJ. Approved t b\ the (inventor, c'mbt'r 1",_1"15.] SECTION 1. Br it enacted by the Senate and l/oUc Representatives to a future day, giving notice to the absent party or his counsel, '. '
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted That upon the return of any such of the State of! Florida in General Assembly o That of such adjournment '
summons if it shall appear| that !said summons or famishment has beenlawfully ClIlFTUK 41.-[No. 17.] from and after the passage of this .Art the county. of l'onrenet. shall SEC. 11. Be i further enacted, That if shall be the duty of the x
served or executed (and the service hercofbhall be in the AN ACT to 3'llI0f7t the Sale of tit. Ilquitv: of Redemption to Mortgaged be included within the limits and forma part of the Eastern Judicial Master, to proceed with all reasonable diligence, in every Mich reference '
manner noprm'idec" by law fur the servic of the summons ad reEpond fr '|>cr1and t .r other P"ITl'Oel. Circuit of this State, and that all laws inconsistent with the provisions and with the least practicable delay; and ei'her party shall '
ndum.) upon said garnishee or garnishees, and he, she, or SECTION 1. Be if enacted by the Senate and House of Represent of .this act, be and the same are hereby repealed.SEC. be at liberty to apply to the Court for an order to the Master to speed '
they shall fail to appear and discover on oath or affirmation, ashy this tires oj the State of Florida in General ..h.cmhc01' ned. That 2. Be it further That ) the counties of the proceedings, and to make his report, and to certify to the Court ,
act'is directed il shall bV [lawful for the Court, after solemnly calling from and; after the passage of this act, Equities of Redemption, or the Orange and St. : cnaCtrc, be consolidated, the reasons for any delay.
such garnishee! or :garnishees, to enter up a judgment 'b;) default legal right of Redemption in real and personil) property, shall be and that it shall Juct tht duty shal dtll sc'-erl Judges purses the Circuit Courtsof SEC. li. Be it further enacted. That the Master shall regulate j j ;
against such garnishee or garnishees, and thereupon a scirc facia subject to levy and talc, under locutions, upon judgments at common this State, to hold Courts for said counties at Mellonville, in the all the proceedings in every hearing, when not otherwise specially 1 ;
shall issue! against! such garnNhee or garnishees, returnable to thonext law or upon decrees in equity.SEc. County! of Orange, on the second Monday in July, and second Monday instructed by the Court and administer all oaths and of .J1 '
term thereafter of said court to show cause if any he, she or -. Pe it further enacted, That upon application made by the in October, in each and every year, and that the Jurisdiction of and generally to acts, and direct all other inquiries and. M: t'
they have, why final judgment should not be entered against him, her, party causing the levy or levies, (contemplated by the foregoing sec said Circuit Court, shall extend over both of said counties both in proceedings, in the matters before him, which may be necessary and u
them and such fcire returned executed and tion to be made, the courts respectively rendering such judgment, or to the justice and merits of the and
or ; upon facias being ) civil and criminal mater 8 fully and completely as if they composed proper case, the rights of the ,
such garnishee or garnishees. shall fail to appear and discover, as by granting such decree, shall cause mortgagor or mortgagors, one county. parties. ,
this is directed the shall confirm such and award rnortpagee or mortgagees and all other persons who said! mortgagoror SEC. 13. Be it further enacted That all
act court judgment, SEC. 3. Be it farther enacted That it shall be the duty of the affidavits depositions,
execution for the plaintiff's whole judgment and costs. mortgagor, mortgagee or mortgagees, or any or either of them Judge of Probate of said counties to order an election, to be heldat and documents, which have been previously made, read, or used in 4
SEC. 3. Be it further enacted That if upon the examination of shall state. upon oath to he interested in said mortgaged property, so the several) precincts in their respective counties on the first Monday the Cour upon any proceedings in any cause or matter, or when 1 t
any garnishee, it'shall appear to the court, that there is any of the levied upon, to come into court and answer upon oath, what amount in March next, f for a Clerk of the Circuit Court for said counties, by the COur may be used before the Master. t 17+
defendant or defendants' effects or property in the hands of any per. remains due and owing upon said mortgage, what amount has been which S"i Clerk when elected shall keep his othce at in SEC. 14. Be further enacted, That the evidence upon all exanimations .
Ion or persons who have not been summoned such court shall, upon paid, and to whom and when paid, that the value of said equity or said County of Orange ; and shall }hold his office until Melonvi4 first Monday shall be taken down in writing t the Master, or by some
motion of the pi n lit ill. award a summons or garnishment against *>uchperson legal l right of redemption may be ascertained before the same shallbe in October. 1917, and until his successor may be commissionedand other person, by his order, in his presence), and be filed with his .t: .
or persons baling any of the effects or property of the defen sold. according to law. rennrt.' 1 A ,
dant or defendants in his her or their custody, hands or possession SEC. 3. Be it further enacftd. That it shall be the duty of the qU31ifl.'d:. it further enacted, That all legal writs of any kind SEC. 15. Be it furth enacted, That in the reports made by the
or control who shall appear and answer, and be liable as other Sheriff, Constable, or other officer, to require> of the purchaser or purchasers whatsoever issued by said Clerk, shall have full force and virtue the Master to the no part of any state of f'cts clarges deposition *;
garnishees.SEC. of such equity or legal right of redemption in personal property throughout both said Counties of Orange and St. Lucie, and shall affidavit, examination or answer, on fe cause 1 '
4. Be it further enacted That svheneverthe plaintiff the as he may levy upon and sell, bound with two or more good he the duty ol the Sheriffs of each of said counties respectively i I to used before him shall be stated or recited ; but Mate of facts i
i execution shall a'lledge that any garnishee has not discovered the true and sufficient securities, forthe payment of a sum in double the amountof execute and return according to law, all such writs as may be issued charge, affidavit, deposition,examination or answer shall be idenli."r'
amount of debts duo from him to the defendant or defendants, or that the value ofthe jn-rsonal property so levied upon and sold, (which by said Clerk as may come to their hands relating to their respective fied, specified, and referred to so as to inform the Court which state ,
:gals and chattel*, money or effects belonging to the defendant or valuation it shall be the duty of the officer w selling to assess,) to the counties, provided it sllal1J the duty of the Sherif of Orange of acts charge, afda\it, deposition, examination or answer, were
defendants. is fir are in his or her jKissePMon, or were at the time of mortgagee or mortgagees his, her or their heirs ('xecutors adminis. County, to attend upon when sitting : provided also, used by the ,:
fcerv'ice of aid summons, the court shall direct without the 1 formality trutorA, or assigns, conditioned f for the delivcrv of said property on that if it should so happen from any cause there should not be a commissioned SEC. 16. Be it further enacted, That the Master, a soon as his
ol pleading, a jury to be empannelled unless a good cause be shown demand made "by the proper officer of the court' in which said judg. and qualified Sheriff St. Lucie County, that 'hen duringthe report is ready, shall return the same into the (lea k's office, and such
b) either party for a continuance, to enquire what is the true amount rnent or decree of foreclosure may be rendered, and that said property I emergency, the Sheriff of Orange County shall execute all report shall be filed by the Clerk, and the return thereof noted on the a+
due from defendants and what shall not bo removed beyond the limits of this State. all the duties of proC order book of the Court'
such gamUhee to the defendant or I !s, and perform required}' a Sheriff in St. Lucie
goods, moneys, chattels or effects are in his or her possession, belonging [Passed the House( of ofHepre'iontatiVM. December 5, t IvI.V- Passed! the Sen- County.SEC. SEC. 17. Be it further enacted, That the fees witnesses !before ,
in ate ccnitT. lei i, 1S13Approved b) tlieGovernor, Vccen.lr :::, 1510] I the Master, and for issuing for their attendance, be the g t
to the said defendant or defendants, or was due or were 5. Be it further enacted, That nothing herein contained process Ihal
his or her possession at the time of the service of said summons. If no constr.iecl( as to effect in any manner, an civil or crimin same as allowed in cases in the Circuit Courts, and ni mater p't
the finding of the jury shall be against slid garnishee: the court shall I AN ACT the CHAPTER form of 45.a -[:or. 19.Manual] of the Laws of this slaalljc. recognizances or other proceeding now)pending, in the I and services done by the Master, or which "hal accrue out Court, t 1 f
grant judgment in .tie} same manner as if the facts found by the jury I } prescribing State.Digest Circuit or other Courts, which have heretofore been held in St. on account of such reference, and for no fee is fixed by Jaw ? t
had been confessed "by him or her, on his or her examination, with SEC-TIOX 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and house of Rtprrs'na- Augustine, in the County of St. Johns for the Counties of St. the Court shall allow a reasonable compensation and all such fees f 1t
the cons thereon. If the jur find in favor of the garnishee, he or I tives of the Sate of Florida in General Assembly eonrened, That !I Johns, Orange and St. Luce. but the same shal be prosecuted in I and costs shall constitute a part of and b taxed with the costs oi' 's
she shall! recover costs against the plaintiff plaintiffs.: I a digest of the Laws of this State shall be formed and arranged : the same way in every respect as if this act not been passed. I such cause. }
SEC 5. Be it further enacted. That where said garnishee shall which shall include, substantially all Acts and Resolutions oftheTerritorial SEP. 6. Be i further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the I SKC. IS.. Be it further enacted, That the litster in ClIncfry.
confess his or her indebtedness to the said defendant or defendants, I Legislature heretofore passed, and which may be passedduring I late Clerk of County Court of Orange County, and all other person within their respective! counties shall have all powers
or that be or she has or had at the time of service of said summons the present and ensuing fall Session of the (;t'If'r31 AsternMy I or persons having in their possession or control, any of theI I on Masters in Chancer by the rules of practice prescribed by the h.{
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any goods, money, chattels or effects, in hiM or her hands belonging which are public and general, and excluding such as are privateor books, records or papers belonging to the said County of Orange, to Supreme nied States for the Chancery Courts of the
to said defendant or defendants, and the said plaintiff is satisfied ,local, and also such as have been repealed. turn over the same to tbp said Clerk when demanded and in case of United States now in force in this State. t'
with the statement! admission! confession or discovery, then the court SEe 2. Be it further enacted, That all useless ,verbiage or superfluous neg-lec so to do on demand, such person or persons shall be deemed [Paso the Senate, December 20, 1S4 >. 1"4s the House of Represent
shall award judgement against said garnishee, {lor the amount so con. matter and all that has a tendency to mystify and obscurethe guit.of a misdf'm..ano and upon conviction thereof shall b fined lves, 24-, 155. Approved b} the G\ere December 27, l .] ,
eased by him or her, and execution may issue for the same, against true meaning of any or section thereof shall be carefully a not less than five hundred dollars to be recovered any
CHAPTER No.
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said garnishee ; and if that be not sufficient to satisfy the plaintiffs omitted in the preparation of the aforesaid work and the same noted, Court havirg Jurisdiction over the same. -[ ] i
/ judgment against said defendant or defendants, then said execution I nnd the laws shall be arranged under appropriate heads-all relate SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That the Judge of Probate for the Ax ACT concerning Coroners.!
may be also levied on the goods chattels or effects( of said defendant I ing to any one subject under the same head-the whole to be ac. County. of tt. Lode (until otherwise provided by law,) shall SECTION 1. Be i enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
so admitted or confessed by said garnishee, to be in his or her hands companied with marginal notes and references, and a suitable index. all instruments of writing required to be registered of recon, of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened Thai '
or possession ; or lo have been in his or her hands or |>possessions at SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That to said digest shall he at. shall issue all licenses required to he issued in said county, in the the Bord of County Commissioners in each County of the State z
the time of the service of said summons which shall be sold in the cached, an appendix which shall contain the Constitution of the United I same manner, and to the same effect that the Territorial Clerk of shall, and are hereby empowered to appoint a fit and proper person,
same manner as under other execution ; and if said garnishee will States and the State of Florida ; the Statutes of frauds and perjuries said county, was accustomed in this behalf do previous to the State to be, and act as Coroner, within their respective Counties who !
not surrender provided be have the power to do so, the said goods passed in the 29th year of the reign ol Charles the 2nd ; also organization, and that all officers and persons having care or possession shall continue in office until the next General election, and thereafterthe
and chatties belonging to said defendant or defendants, and which he all English acts relating to Habeus Corpus. of any books, rtcors. seal, papers or other property which are Coroner shall be elected by the qualified voters of the said counties i
or the has confessed. in his or her hands or possession, at the time S.c 4. Be i further That the Governor 8hal appoint placed by the operation. this act, in the custody of the Judge of in the same manner and under the same rules and restrictions a 1
enace
of his or her examination, or at the time of the service of said summonsor some fit and proper Ton and arrange! a digest pursuance Probate in said county, shall turn over the same to said Judge upon are provided in the election of other county officers : Provided,
garnishment then execution may be levied on the propertyof of this act, who shal report the same to his Excellency the Governor his becoming qualified.Passed } That all Coroners heretofore elected shall hold their respective of. 11
said garnishee, for the whole amount of the! plaintiffs judgment who, after same has been examined by a committee ap. [ the ll shall December 16,151 t"i. Approved by the Governor,December 20, 1547..] SEC. 2. Be further That before the duties r
against said defendants or for so much of said judgment as pointed for that purpose shall approve or disapprove the same ; and ncled entering upon
theu be unpaid; and the officer shall proceed to sell the said properly I when the work shall be so performed and approved by the Governor, of his office it sbal be of each and every Coroner to I
CHAPTER No.
50 23.
as under other executions. Hut said garnishee shall have the rightto he shall pay out of the contingent fund, to the person appointed as -[ ] appointed or give bond and sufficient security in the sum f
release his property from such levy and sale, by surrendering' the aforesaid, a sum which he may deem an adequate compensation for AN ACT to amend An Act to establish a Tariff. of Fees," approved February of two thousand dolars payable to the State of Florida, to be approv. 1l 1
said property of the said defendant or defendants to the officer levying the work. Kith, Ib34.SECTION eu by the said County Commissioners, and shall also take 'g
said execution on the day and hour appointed for the sale of the SEC. 5. Be i further enacted, That three fit and proper persons 1. Be enarted by the Senate and House of Rttfta. the oath prescribed by the Constitution of this State to L taken by
property so levied on, or at any time previous to the day of sale. he appointed by the Governor to examine said work, and on tires of the State Florida in General Assembly l'or officers ;
SEC. G. Be it further enacted, That when any garnishee shall fhal favorable report he shall be authorized to contract for the printing Juries maybe paid under such rules and regulations a shall be prescribed SEC. 3. Be i further ented That every Coroner within his t
Lave any of the goods chattles or effects of the said defendant or de. of copies in convenient bound volumes, subject to the future disposition by the Hoard of County Commissioners of the respective county, shal be a the peace, and shall perform like i
fendants in his or her hands or |1)fIIC&8ion. and shall surrender the of the General Assembly. counties, and for that purpose al fines and forfeitures accruing in duties possess like powers in keeping the peace and in arresting. '
same, the Constable, Sheriff or other officer, shall receive said property ] the House of any of the counties ot' this shall be paid into the treasury of offenders against the laws of the State, and in preventing, quelling,
and shall proceed to sell the same as if it were levied 011 by tivea. said county : lro'itI'd. That such fines and forefeitures shall not ac. and suppressing affrays breaches of the peace, riots and insurrections
virtue of an execution.Sec. crue to any county may not make provision for the payment of which may come to his knowledge, which belong to, and are vestedin
7. Be it further enacted, That the garnishee or garnishees CHATTER 40.-[No. 19.] Jurors, nor shall any larger sura be so received by any county, than Sheriffs.
shall he allowed)" the court, reasonable satisfaction for his, or her, AN ACT concerning the Statutes of Great Hntain, of force in this State. may be sufficient to pay the Jurors of said county. SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That Coroners shall perform the
or their attendance out of the effects in his or her possession ; and ifthere SECTION 1. Be enacted by the Senate and House of [Passed the Senate. December 2o, 1S4S. Passed the House of Representa duties of Sheriff all cases where the Sherif is interested or other ,
should be no such effects in his or her J possession, then he or she Lice of Stale of i Florida in General Assembly Relresenta., tires, Dcttubr 20, 1 S4.. Approved bj the Governor, December 27, 1545.] wise incapacitated from serving ; and cases of a vacancy by
th death resignation or otherwise in the office of Sheriff the Coroner
hall be allowed reasonable satisfaction for his or her attendance his Excellency, the Governor, is hereby authorized to appoint some
shall the duties of
such
discharge office until Sheriff is
a
Against the plaintiff plaintifls. suitable person, to collect and arrange, under appropriate heads all CHAPTER 51.-[No. 24.] elected and appointed
law.
qualified
or ,
SEc 8. Be it further enacted That if any person or persons, the Statutes of Great Britain, of force in this State. ; and upon the AACT: regulating the appointment of Masters in Chancery, and defining SEC. 5. Be it further as enacted required That by all writs and .
other than the defendant or defendants shall claim the effects in the completion of said work, and its. approval by the Governor, after their duties.Sec'rtoN warrants commanding

hands or possession of any garnishee, and shall make affidavit that having been first submitted to the examination of three skilful and 1.lr it enacted by the Smatl and House of Representatives be served and by the requiring Coroner the or arrest other of the Sheriff to of any the county shall be
the said her the court shall iramediately the bar he the said Governor shall contract person "hor same may
effects of ,
: are bonafide or property experienced members of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That legally directed ; and such SherifTshall committed to the Jail of
and without the formality of pleading direct a jury to bee t for the publication of such a number of volumes, not exceeding. the Judges the Circuit Courts, in their respective Circuits, may the county of which he is Sheriff bjr the b Coroner ; and such Coroner
apannelled, to enquire in the right of such property, between such three thousand, subject to the future disposition of the General Assem.bly appoint us many Masters in Chancery, a such Judges may find necessary during the continuance of the imprisonment of such ; shall
dahna.nt and the plaintiff; unless good cause be shown to the contra. ; and may i issue his warrant upon the Treasury, in favor of said. who shall receive the appointment in writing from the Judge have the custody of such Jail,and of the provisions Sberit, shall
*7; and if the finding of the jury shall be against such claimant,the compiler, for such sum a he may deem reasonable and just. making the same, which shall be recorded on the minutes of the discharge the duties of Sheriff until such Sheriff is legally discharged
Plaintiff. shall recover costs; and if I be jury find in favor of suchdahnant [Passed the Snal December 22, 18J-V Passed! the House of neprewnta- Court, and shall continue in office until removed by the Court. out of such custcdv.
he, she or they shall recover costs against the plaintiff tives. Approved by the Goyt'rnor.Dermbr 27, I 1645- ] SEC. 2. Be i further enacted That every person appointed Mas SEC. 6. Be it further enacted That : Coroner as soon as he
and if such claim bo interposed after a levy on said property, anbdatitis d af- 47.-No. 20.] ter in Chanctr' the oaths required of officers by the con. shall b notified of the dead body of any every person supposed to have
made as aforesaid, then said Sheriff or other officer makingaid CHAPTER of this State, before he sbal proceed to discharge come his death by violence or casualty, found or within his
levy, shall return said execution with his levy thereon, and said AN ACT to authorize and empower the Comptroller of the Circuit Public Court Accounts and Supreme, to any of the duties of his said office ; and fuch oaths shall be enteredat county, shall make out his waupftt t. directed to a Constable of the
affidavit of said claimant! to the clerks office from which said execu. audit and allow Florida.the Contingent Expend full length on the order book of the Court, by which such district if there be one, if not, t tSanj other Constable of the county,
ton issued, or to_the justice of the peace who may issue said execu. Court of enacted the Senate and House of Master is appointed. requiring him forthwith to summon a jury of good and lawful m
tioti dap. and such proceeding shall be had thereon as in other case of SECTION 1..Mate Be i by in General Astrmbly RUt.ti" Stc. 8. Br it further enacted That every such Master in Chan. of said district, no less than fifteen in all. so thtt twelve may bR.
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RoadCommissioners.
of the proponed
present, to appear before such Coroner- at th lime anal place expressed cable, of such proposed route, which return, so made, shall be filedin may be fined by a justice of tbe peace at the instance dent government, and that, too,on the*011,the rightful property(1 the ille t

in bis warrant, and to enquire upon ,"if'of the body (na. the office of the President of the Board County Commissioners.SEC. enacted That it shall be the duty of each Their silence seemed to indicate their acquiescence in the scheme-they could
SEC. Beit
mng:: therein the person if kno\vn, there lying dead) how, and in 4. Be it further enacted, That when any settlement or 1. further roads aforesaid to road see no want of wisdom in tht\ first suggestion,which if it had been into t
and of the put
Overseer up carie
what manner, and by whom, he or she came to his or her deitb. neighborhood Road shall be de whom shall be taken to establish the same, as are directed signs or painted on ,
Constable same
Src. 7. Be it further enacted That to measures the
every roads within his fk, we should have been compelled to purchase pr'illge at
and fork of such public ( any price
; forthwith in the of Roads and said settlement or at every conspicuous
such warrant shall be delivered or directed, shall execute case public ; neighborhood trees This
the of the soil have coarse would hm
the same, and shall repair to the place the dead body is at the ]Road' shall be made of such width as the Commissioners may road division, and said O.ereer shal also! cause to b erected mileposts possessors may demade.and of the forever
of durable material along and such overseer shall receive broken and distroyed the integrity, indivisibility great North Am
roads
direct. '
with his'proceed.
time mentioned and make return of the warrant,
Ings thereon to the Coroner who granted the samp. SEC. 5. Be it further enacted, That each and every Commissioner for each sign so put up and for tho mile posts which he may rican continent. The idea i-wholly irreconcilable to the feeling and pride o

SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That every Constable' failing to appointed to view or mark out any public Road or highway in erect, a reasonable compensation to be determined by the Road Com- true hearted AmericanoThey
execute such warrant, or to return the same as aturcdaidahall( flJr.itnnd I I in this State, shall, as a full compensation for his.services, li' exempt missioners ; and the Overseers are hereby authorized to commute then hal no anathemas to hurl against Mr. Webster, for this most
I labor for and teams other implements suggestion-not they-the proposition come from one of their
the sum of five dollars and every person summoned as a from working on public Roads, on his or their respective Road personal waggons or necessary un-America
pay ; for the of roads and for at the rate of one own kith" and was doubtless in their opinion if cot politic, least it
or WMvery
bridges,
juror aforesaid who shall fail to app'ear, without baring a reasonable! divisions, so many days as he or they were aciiially engaged in viewing repair money a
Icn\p shall forfeit any sum not exceeding ten dollars ; which fines I and !laying out said Road. dollar per day, for every days labor which shall be expended by the wise.
when the Road laid laid Overseer on the roads and bridges by hiring other laborers. The vial of their wrath,were carefully bottled up and reserved to
shall be recovered by action of debt, in the name of the State: of SEC. 6. Be it further enactrd, That so out, b pure
Florida, before any Justice of ti:.o Peace in the proper district: and shall pass through tho improved lands of any person or persons who SE(-. 18. Be it further enacted, That when any person shall upon the head of some Democrat, who should have hid the hardihood ad n.
shall! be applied to the use of the county in which recovered. I shall object to, consider themselves aggrieved by the same, it shall h' realer make any fence or cut any tree, or make any other obstruc- discretion to propose some plan for the extension c the area cf freedom"
SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That! the Coroner shall admhiis. be the duty of the President of the Hoard of County Commissioners, or across any public road, unless removed within one day, without first consulting and obtaining their consent for it.
ter an oath or affirmation to twelve of the Jurors who shall} appear, to i issue his writ ad quo damnum. directed to the Sherif Coroner, or such person shall for every such offence pay a fine not exceeding We are almost provoked to smile,when comparing the heterogeneous man of
to the foreman first in the following manner : "You d- solemnly Constable, (as the case may be,) ordering him a jury of twenty dollars to be recovered by a warrant before a Justice of the whig inconsistencies, as developed in their Journals-but we will not do if,
swrar or affirm (as the case may: be,) that )JU will diligently enquire twelve hueholdcf in said county, n'lr to proceed to the ground Peace to be applied as hereinafter to be directed ; and it shall be the because the matter, ,we believe too vitally affects! the future interests, and perhaps -
and true presentment make, how, and in what manner, and by through which said objection 1h: en mule to the passage of said duty of the Overseers of thus rOc* forthwith to cause the said obstruc- the lives to of the people of our loved State. Time will prove who
whom. .. 13., who here lies dead, came to his death, and you will Road, and upon actual view, upon oath! to enquire and certify to lions to bo removed. possessed the greater amount of wisdom, our Democratic Senator or his trtducers. .
deliver (n me, the Coroner: of this county, a true inquest thereof according said County Commissioners what damages if any, and how much, SEC. 19. Be it further enacted, That road duty which hereafter .
to such evidence as shall be laid before you, and accordingto in their opinion, accrued to the owner or owners of such ground, by may be required of the citizens of this State, shal not exceed four
the bestof your knowledge, so help your GK! the passage of the Road through the sanK, and the Sheriff, or other working days at one time, or eight days in the year : Provided however Supreme Court--State of Florida.
Src. 10. Be it further enaded. That the other jurors shall swearor officer, shall return the inquisition by him so made, signed by al the That if at any time there b trees or other obstructions blown MONDAY January 19, 1946.
of the the across public road; in this from excessive rain, some bridgeor Horn and Savill, Exrs. of Joab Horn, David
afiiro. (as the ca'-e may: be) in the following form: "Such oath! jury, to the next meeting County Commissioners any applant vs.. Garf.
(or :.fijrm 1Iion.) as your foreman has now taken before you on his same was taken, and it shall be the duty of the said County Commissioners causeway he washed away, the Overseer of said road, be author. man appellee-From Superior Court, \Va101 Cont\ The argument .
{,art, rou and each of you, will keep and! observe on your respectiveparts to order the damages so assessed to be paid out of the county ized and he is hereby required as soon as may be expedient, to cal in this cause was opened by A. L. olwar Esq., for appellants .
so help: your God." treasury, if the road be a public road, but if a settlement! or neighbor- out a sufficient number of the road hands most convenient, and proceed ,and continued by T. II. Hagner, Esq., appellee.
Si.C. 11. Be it further enacted, That the jurors being sworn, boo 1 Road, by the person applying for the same : Provided, nevertheless to remove or repair the said obstructions ; and he shall at the
lac Coroner: shall give .than a charge upon their oaths, to declare of when it shall appear to the County Commissioners that the next general road working, exempt the said hands a many days a TUESDAY, January 20.
the :!'nth; of the person whether he or she died of felony, or mts. damages so assessed transcend the utility! of that part of said Road, they were actually engaged in making said repair or removing saidobstructions. Horn and 8i, Exrs. Joab Horn, appellants, vs. David Gart-
chance or accident ; anJ if of felony! who were the principals, and the County Commissioners shall order the same to hp altered in such man, appellee. Argument continued by T. II. Hagner, Esq., for
who were accessories, with what instrument he or she was struck or manner, as. to do such person the least possible injury, unless the t I SKC., 20. Be further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the appellee.
wounded, and so of all prevailing ciicumstanceshich may come by person so complaining or objecting, shall agree to accept such compensation President of the Board of County Commissioners, (or he sbal causeit
presumption! ; and if by mischance; or accident, whether by the act as shall be deemed by the said County Commissiont'rsjultand I to be done,) to notify the Road Commissioners of appoint. ,\rEDESDA\JanuarI21.
of man, or whether bv hurt, fall: stroke, drowning, or otherwise ; reasonable : And proricdd, also, Tint nothing shall be allowed ment, and of the number and extent of their district. Horn and Savill, Exrs. of Joab Horn, appellants t*. David Gart.
al! if of the to when said their unim. I SEC. 21. Be further enacted, That all fines which -.hal be collected man, appellee. Argument concluded by S. W. Carmack
=o, to enquire: of tlr- persons! who, any, were present, any person or persons Road passes through i Esq., for
friends of the body his or her: relatives and neighbors, whether he I proved lauds : And provided, further., That if no objection i is made: pursuant the foregoing sections of this act shall appropriated appellants, and cause submitted.
or she was killed in the same place! where the body was found ; and I and sufficient reason shown to the said County Commissioners, during by the Commissioners to the exclusive improvement of the roads, Miller and CroAn, appellants, vs. Frederick and Louis Hoc, appelw
if elsewhere by whom the body was brought thence, and of all other the said term of which the rur of said Commissioners shall have highways and bridges O within the said road district in which said fines lees From Super r Court, Leon County:

circumstances reliting to said death ; and if be or she died of his or been made, why the proposed Ru:.d, designated as aforesai-J, shall shall have been incurred. Groom, appellaiLr*.. Swan, Exr. of John Oliver, appellee-From
her own felony, then to enquire the manner, m'anOl. or instrument, not be allowed and established, the said County Commissioners shall I SEC. 22. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of all Superior Court Levi County :
and of all! other circumstances concerning such death. declare the said Road, so designated, to be a public Road and highway Overseers of roads in this State, to require of each individual at the T. Ceatty, appellant, vs. Thomas Ross, appellee-From Jefferson
SEC. 12. Be if further enacted, That the Jury being charged and so to remain until altered authority: of law. time he notifies said individual to work on the road in their respcc- Circuit Court : 0
shall stand together. and Proclamation thai:. be made: for any person I SEC. 7. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the County live road districts, or whoever docs notify them to make out a written Archer, Assignee ofVVands. plaintiffin! error, vs. Admrs. of Sam
who ran give evidence, to draw near, and they shall be heard. Commissioners, in each county: at their first meeting, after the pH.sage list of all the !hands under his or her control, both of bond and uel II. Duval, defend n in error-From Leon Circuit Cour:
SF.C. 13. Be further enacted. That every Coroner i is further of this act, and annually th'reafcr. to lay off the Roads in their free, who are subject to mark on said road, specifying the name and Taylor, appellant, \Baker, appellee-From St. John's Superior
empowered to send his warrant for witnesses, to be served b) a Constable several counties into road districts, co\eniont length, and appoint age of each baud so returned, which list shall be sworn to if deemed Court : '
commanding them to come !before him to be examined, and three fit and proper persons in each road district, one of whom shall necessary, and subscribed, before the Overseer or person summoning, T. Ueatty, appellanyw. Grant Scurry, appellee-From Jefferson
to declare their knowledge concerning the matter: in question ; such : be a Justice of the Peace, as Commissioners of Roads and ridges, or sOle Justice of the Peace. Circuit Court:
Coroner shall administer! an oath or affirmation to them in the following who shall take an oath before some Justice of the Peace, faithfully to SEC. 23. Be it further enacted, That in case any person or persons T. L. Bettors, Trustle, &c., appellant, r*. Willis and Moseley! ap.
form : .* You --olemnly swear, (or affirm) that the evidence discharge their duties as such : lroriJt. hoirerer, That should the shall refuse to work out and hand over to the Overseer or person pellees-From Leon b periorCourt : .
yon shall hive to the inquest' concerning the death of A. B., here County Commissioners of any count fLi to make such appointments, sent to warn in hands list of his or her hands as provided for in T. Lane BeltonlTrustee, kc., appellant, vs. Union Bankappel.
lying dead, shall be the truth the whole truth and nothing but the at the time above directed, they shall, as soon thereafter as practicable the foregoing section, it shall be the duty of the Overseer to make lee-from Leon Sup Jor Cor These causes were continued till
truth, so help you God." proceed to do the same. out as correct a list of the hands belonging to such delinquent or delinquents the next term of the <\urt.
tC.: 14. ll if further enacted, That the evidence of such witness :IX. 9. Be- i furtller'elac/lt shal be the duty of the an the nature of the case will admit of which list shall be Stephen D. Fernandez Plaintiff in error, r*. R. K. Call, GOT.
be il writing subscribed by him or her, and if it relate to Road Commissioner to lay off That.t um their respective district. deemed to be correct, unless! the delinquent party or parties shall &c., for use of Turner, defendant in error-from Duval Superior
the trial of any person concerned in the death, the Coroner shall *, divisions, of convenient length, and apportion the pro\e by competent witne;" 'S that the list mad out by the Overseeris Court. This cause was continued till next term, and aI3.s fa.
Ic.
bind; ""lib uiin<*$' or witnesses In recognizances in a reasonable! sums hands liable to work: on the same, and appoint a fit and proper j>ersoiias i: i incorrect.SEC. awarded. .
for their personal appearance at the next Circuit Cout, to be holden! Overseer to woik on each of haH l Road divisions: and furnish 21.! Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of ILl
within the sam county, there to give evidence accordingly, and comt t said Overseer with a list of all the hands liable! to work on his divisionof Overseers of roads to return all such lists to the Commissioners of THURSDAY. Jan. 22nd.
mit to the common jail of said county! any witness or witnesses refusing the Road. I roads in their respective di>trictsit the time they make their returns Willis and Moselet, appellants, vs. John S. Shephard,
appUee
to enter in'o such recognizances ; and he "hal return to the ji I SEC. 9. Br it further enacted, That all able! bodied free white 3: heretofore provided in this act. from Leon Superior Qourt. This caUiea on motion
same Court, such inquisition, written evidence, recognizances by I mules, between time age of eighteen and forty-li-e years residents of Sic.: 25. Be it further enacted That it shall! be the duty of the by his counse Messrs. Long and Walker, Esqrs., applee
him taken. 'j any county of this State for twenty days, and all able bodied male Commissioner in each road district in this State, to keep a book in costs appellants.
Snc. 15. Be i further ciaccd., That th- Jury having viewed the slaves, free negroes and lice mulatoes. between the ne of sixteen which they shall correctly enter all the lists handed over to them by Union Bank, appellant, vs.. G. J. Floyd's adm'r. appellee-from
body, heard the c\'idenct. an-1 made all the cnquir.withil their' and fly years, residents as aforesaid, shall be liable; and subject to the O\"creers and also all their own proceedings while acting as aBoard Franklin! Superior Court. This cause was remanded to the Circuit
power, shall draw up. and deliver to the Coroner, their verdict upon on the public Roads and highways in such counties : Provided, of Commissioners, which shall be handed to their successors. Court of Franklin county, for further action.
the death under c.nsHnati.l in writing under their hands and seals. however, That all regularlicensed and ordained Ministers of the Gospel :cc. 26. Be it fur/Ie cnactec That all Jaws and parts of laws in Mauley! and Wife, plaintiffs! in error, vs. Union Bank, defendant
SEC. 16. Be it further enacted, That it shall also be the duty of !, Teacher of Seminaries Learning, Put-: tcrs. Millers, Ferrymen relation to public roa:1 highways in force at and before the pas. in error-from Leon Superior Court. Argument concluded by J.
the ('oron-'r to require the Jury empanncllrd to examine and make Light House Keepers, Pilots and their crews, shall be exempt sage:. of this act, the same are hereby repealed. T. Archer, Esq. for plaintiffs in error, and case submitted.'
a rpI1r signed all sealed h the said Jurors and said Coroner, I from working on public Roads: in this State. [Paised House of Representatives. December IS45. Passed Senate, December
\Ucl shall be returned with th,)verdict of said Jury, giving a minute Sue. 10. Be it further enacted. That all Road Commissioners :-', Ibli. Approved )the Governor, December 21, t51.;] FRIDAY, Januar 23.

particular disco miption of the person deceased, together with the and Overseers so'appointed, Mull!( serve for two years, and until L_____ Howse and HoIIoman, plaintit in error, vs. Mills Jusn, et. al'
name of the said deceased, j' the same can be ascertained, and the other are appointed, and they shall be exempt from any other Roador THE FLOMD'IAN.j defendants in error- Superior Court. writ of
amount of money, property, or ohr'ahl !les found will the dead militia duty, for the time being, and shall receive no other compensation error in this case was dismissed, on motion of C. H. DuPont, Esq.,in
body of said deceased ; which; amount of money or ( property, if for their ben ices; and every Overseer so appointed, who behalf! of defendants in error.
)no person entitled to take charge of the came, !hallJe placed in shall refuse or nrglcci tu Jo LU duty, as directed in this act, shal forfeit "LET ti ALONE. Abner M. R. Sessions, for use, &c., appellant, vs. John Stephens,
the hands of the Treasurer of the county in which body may for every such offence, not less than twenty.frc be TALLA1I.s!SEE, ATURIJ.1.. JANUARY 21, 1810. appellee-From Jefferson Circuit Court. This cause was continuedtill
be found, and by him paid over to the person or persons authorized! recovered by warrant, before a Justice of next term.Edward .
to receive the same, if an)such person shall call therefor. SEC. 11. Be il further enacted, That the luc of warning or sum Senator Vulcc and Ills Cuba Resolution. C. Pittman, appelant,1. Henry Doggett, appelee
SEC. 17. Be it further enacted. That it shall be the duty of the moning hands to do Road duty, shall be by giving at least three days The Sentin..has attempted to reply to our article in relation to Senator Yu- From Jackson Circuit Cour. Judgment reversed by ,
Treasurer, if the money aforesaid should not be called frwihin two previous notice, (either I by the Overseer himself or some person lee's course on this subject. I was kind in the editor to say that our article venire de novo awarded.
J"ear from the time of receiving the same, to loan it out at an inter whom he may appoint, who may, by sen'in from working .was penned in another latitude. To this charge we plead guilty, if he Manley and Wife,and Moseley,appellants vs. Union Bank: ,
est of not less than eight per cent per annum, to be applied to common for the time) in person or in writing, left at the proper person's means by the expression that our remarks were penned in a latitude whence -From Leon Superior Court. Case opened by J. T. apples, ,
schools: ,(CU\1.; be divided among the townships of said county. place of residence, to all free male persons, as well as to the.owneror truth and justice emanate; but, if he means to insinuate that they were suggested for appellants! and argued by T. II. Hagner, Esq., for appellee, and
SEC. 19. further enacted That it shall be the duty of such overseer of la'"eR liable to meet at such times and places as he at Washington or by Mr. Yulee, we distinctly deny that such was the cause continued for further hearing.lpreme .
Coroner to publish in some public newspaper printed in or nearest to may appoint, and with such tools as he may direct. tact. They were made entirely from a sense of duty and rfb'rt for Mr. Yulee,
ouch county, the description and name of the deceased, if the same SEC. 1.. Be it further enactet That if any free person summoned and the credit of the State when we saw those opposed to him from political Court of the United States.
can be ascertained, and the amount of money property, or other valuables as heretofore prescribed, slall il to attend, or send a substitute, with principles unnecessarily. abusing him and our own people under the cover of FRIDAY, January 9, 1946.
found in his possession, in cases in which no person entitled the proper tools, or fail faithfully to perform hU duty, or if an}owneror his Cube resolution ; and we very much regret to see that the Sentinel has solar No. 109.-Thomas Brown: plaintiff in error, vs. Union Bank of
thereto shall claim the same. overseer of any slave, shall f fail to send the same to work, in pur. forgotten itself a? to join in this disreputable slam; and detraction. We will Florida. The motion to dismiss this writ of error was argued by
SEC. 19. Be it further enacted, That if any Coroner shall refuseor suancc to the summons, each! person, overseer, or owner, shall, for follow the kind example of the Sentinel, and .not stop to find fault with theianguii Messrs. Thompson, and C. Cox, in support of the motion, and by
fail to pay into the hands of the Treasurer of any county, tilemO:1l'Y each day's default, pay not exceeding two dollars, nor less than one : !e" he employs lie altche. high value to the criticisms of "two neural Messrs. Brockenborough h and Eaton in opposition thereto.No. .
: or other property which come into his hands asaforesaid.it dollar, at the discretion of the Road Commi'sioncl to be recoveredby presses of high character ;" and to evince our respect for, and confidencein 153.-E. B. Bradford, plaintif in error, vs. RobrV..
ehatl/e and is hereby made the duty of said Treasurer to sue for warrant, before a Justice of the Peace, said defaulter paying all this high authority, we will give an extract from one ol them, showing that Williams. The motion to \ judgement entered caw
CQl ct the sang in his own name, before any Court having compclent costs ; and all and any part of his property, of an)kind whatsoever, the rumor to which w I referred,a indicating the state of the political horizon was supported by Mr. "restcot and opposed by Messrs. Thompson,
jurisdiction within the county. I is hereby made liable for the same. that should place our statesmen on the qui rice, was not so ridiculous" ws he I and C. Cox.
SEC. i0.! Be it fur'hcr enacted That upon all inquisition found SEC. 13. Be ;furl r enacted, That the several Road Commis. would hate; his whig friends believe. We quote from the Picayune which
before any Coroner of the death of any person felony or misfortune sioners for each district, or a majority of them, shall meet at the place the Sentinel considers a very neutral print merely suggesting, that one of its MONDAY, January 12, 1846.
of another, such Coroner shal speedily inform one or more of of holding Justices Courts, in theirtistrict8. on the second Monday in editors,A. C. Bullett, !].. but a short time since, was editor of one of the No. 109.-Thomas Brown r*. Union Bank of Florida. In error -
the Justices of the Peace of same county thereof to the intentthat Apri, and on the second Monday in every month thereafter, and most decided whig papers in New Orleans-the Bee; and that although to the court of appeals for the Territor of Florida.Mr. .
the killing, or being in any way instrumental in such with Justice of the Peace form Board of Road a Justice McLean delivered
person conjunction a to a editor may endeavor to do so, it is a unreasonable to expect a veteran politician opinion of the court, dismiu-
death may be apprehended, examined, and secured in order for trial. Commissioners, to hear and determine all matters in relation to tho to become a neutral, a for the Ethiopean to change his skin or the ing the writ of error, with costs.
SEC. 21. Be it further enacted, That in every case where the Roads, and determine on the cases of delinquencies of the overseers Leopard to change his spots.
Coroner thal.Jc. absent from the county, or unable to attend, it shall or the hands ; and in al cases in which a fine or fines shall be imposed From Ix SENVTE, WEDNESDAY, January 14, 1846.
be lawful aay Justice of the Peace of the proper county to hold by them, the Justice of the Peace, or any Justice applied the"tw Orleans Picayune. The following petitions and memorials were presented and appropriately -
an inquest over any dead body ; which justice shall proceed in all to by them, shall have full power to issue executions, for the purpose "In regard to tho rumor about Montspensier and the Mexican throne, referred :
. respects as Coroner arc directed to do by the foregoing pro"isions of enforcing the collection thereof returnable to the next sitting of tho it has come to our knowledge that letters of an official character have By Mr. Westcott : The petition of Edward Bolon, praying compensation .
f and shall in all cases be governed hj the like provisions and subjectto Commissioners, and place in the hands of the SherifTor any been received in this city which more than hint that some such schemeis for his trouble and expense in keeping in confinement .
the like penalties. Constable of the county, for collection ; and it is hereby made tho afoot. It i is not to be imagined that Great Britain would aid in charged with the violation of the laws of the United States.persons
SEC. 22. Be i further enacted, That all acts and pasts of acts duty of the Sheriffs or Constables, of the Justices districts of this raising one of Louis Phippe's sons to an American throne for no. By Mr. Yulee! : The memorial of John JaCkson and 49 other
r herctofor passed by the Governor and Legislative Council of the State, to obey and proceed in the same, un.le the same rules which thing, and hence it that she is to receive Cuba as citizens of Manitee, Florida, praying the establishment of a mail
- Territory of Florida, inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be govern executions issuing from Justices courts, paying over tho amount her portion of the spoils. I is intimated, also, that the joint efforts route.
and the same are hereby repealed. collected by them to the Commissioner at their next regular sitting ; of England and France:;to prevent the annexation of Texas to the Also, a letter from the Commissioners of the Courts of St. John,
and if the said Sheriff Constables! or either of shall United States, were made alter much deliberation, and upon an un. Florida! relative to the of the
[Pane House cf Representatives December 23, IMS. Fussed Senate. De or any or them, use present courthouse by the Circuit
umbr Ia45. Approved by the Governor, December 2y, 1S45.] refuse or neglect to pay over the same as above required, or make derstanding between those powers that the acquisition of territory by and County Courts of Florida.
t the United States was to cease with the absorption of Texas into the
returns of their actings on said executions, without reasonable excuse,
CHAPTER 53.-[No. 20.] to be judged of by the Justice of the )Peace, they shall bo liable to be Union. The events of the day are not of a nature to dissipate these THE QUESTION UNDER DEBATE.-The question which chiefly
idle dits. The
ruled therefor, for contempt, or the Justice of the Peace shall have rumors a on marriace of a Prince of France with occupies the attention, just now, not only of but
AN ACT Road and Highways. the Infanta, and his establishment upon a throne in Mexico: Congres we are
concerning power to issue executions immediately against the Sheriff Con. seems a sorry to see of certain State Legislatures also, is ,
t SECTION I. Br i> enacted bu the Senate and House of Representstives stables or their securities* for the amount for which he may be in dc- ready way to prevent the alienation of California from Mexican sov.PeigntJ of the Press generally and of many of tho People,a we very naurl
of the State of P/"ric in General Assembly convened. That fault as they may consider most for the public good : Prowled, how.crcr and implicate the Orleans dynasty in the stability of thc new above, to avoid the monotony of the word Oregon," descrih frequent a
. nil the !Roads: in the fe'eral counties in this State, that have been ,That should the Commissioners fail to meet at the times above power, whilst the acquisition of a throne for the Infanta, is compeu- rl'p'titon of which must be rather annoyin to our readers
a laid cut according to law, .hr.l! be, and they are hereby respectively directed, they shall, as soon thereafter as practicable, proceed to do sation for the loss of Cuba to tho Spanish monarchj. These tumors, question came up yesterday in the Senate, the motion of
, declared to be Public Roads ; and the Judge of Probate and County the same. in ordinary times, would scarcely attract ; but as it Mr. Allen, with a view to fixing a time for its discussion upon which 3
Mr.
Commissioners while: fitting ;ior count purposes hall hne full SEC. 11. Be it further That whenever time! said RoadCommissioners seems to be certain that some 10'.emcnt of a decisive character is in Allen moved it should he postponed and made the order of, the
l power and authority, on application, to order the laying out of any I or any of tlaflc Ihal omit, neglect or refuse to comply contemplation in Europe( in regard to the future destiny of America, Tuesday, the 2ahi of this month. A motion of 3f r. Wesfcoff day, hmy.for
I Public Road or Roads, throughout th.-ir county, when the same shallbe with au of the duties required them by this act, they shall they arrest inquiry and awaken suspicion at once. We apprehend ever, to postpone it to the 10th of February, was decided in the uffir. I
I by them deemed flccsca., and to disnntinup such Public Roads, foifeit and ) a sum not less than fifty dol\l: each upon complaintmade that the coming year will "be n memorable! one )good or evil to the I mative by a vote of 32 to 18 ; a vote which in.
liberties of this continent. certainly argues an
t as now are or shall found useless, burdensome, and inconvenient I by any person or persons I living in county, to the County disposition, on the par of the- Senatp'n ?,.c.pitate. the ..
; and to alter the Roads, now or hereafter to be established CommisioncR, who shall order the same prosl'cull't before any Will the Sentinel receive the criticisms of this neutral print of high char Mr. Westcott did not indeed place'hU motion y"' queston.on that

a often as occasion shall require. Court having competenfjurisdiclion: the said shal have: power acter," as gospel,and transfer them to its columns, and reject the information ground ; but l reference to the yeas and nays on distinctly question will '
I SEC. 2. Be. it further enacted, That the width of all Public by rule of ten days nolitfti: of said complaint being given to said Road which it conveys to the public, a from an official character ?" show that the delay was against the wishes of those who have here.
Roads shall be thirty C'c; and the Overseer ofthe Roads shall have Commissioner in default, to enforce the collection of said fine at the In regard to the denunciations from our "especial colleague," the Pensa- tofore been forward m pressing the matter upon the Senate.
authority to appropriate any stone:. or woo most convenient and cost of the del ulcr. and at the cost of the infoimcr should il appear cola lemOrat, we know nothing of the reasons or motives which may hare This rote of thC Senate, however, we presumE indicates no more ,
adjacent thereto, to the building or repairing the same : Provided, to the Court information is frivolous, malicious or groundless.SEC. prompted them ; but of this we are sure, that they are not liable to the same than a determination to act on the subject with deliberation, in
That no wmtol or unnecessary, trespass shall be committed upon the I 15. Be i further enacted, That i shal be the duty of the charge which Isys so well against the whig press viz : political spleen. As manner worthy! of the dignity of that body 8
private of any citizen. Orpft'er of the I'eral Roads to return a on oath of all the defaulters we expected, the Gazette has had a ting at Senator Yulec, which about a The apprehension, which we yesterday founded upon the tone of
SEC. IrCprrj. i further enacted, That whenever a petition shall, }J and the list returned as aforesaid shall, in the absence of the rabid a its colleagues of the same ttripe. We can seA tome justification in the debate in the House of Representatives, i is certainly)y in some de.
presented Board of County Cmmi"lione. signed by twelve Overseer, be deemed sufficient evidence. I'rocidcd1'he Overseer the course of our" especial colleague,"in the fact,that he cannot possibly feel gree qualified bY "*** action of the Senate, i in 10 far tbs
l 'or more householders, county, praying for the may hear excuses during the first five days after the default, and said the absorbing anxiety and fear of the dreadful havoc to which &peculiar ipeeies delay of a month before acting cannot but b favorable to calm a consideration -
establishment of a nei h1orho or settlement Road, from a certain excuses in writing sworn to by the defaulter, with the said list shall of our property would be exposed,in the event of the occupation of Cuba by and wise decision.
place therein specified, signers i to the said petition shall be be given to one of the Road Commissioner of their respective dis. Great Britain. He is securely sheltered by almost impregnable defences. As We embrace the opportunity to say that, in our yesterday's. refer
residents in the neighborhood of tho Road prayed for in the petition, tricts at least: ten days before their regular sittings after a road work many things come to r'33ofvhieh the oldest inhabitant" never dreamed ence to this subject, our only purpose was to guard our reader from
it be the duty of the Board of County Commissioners, thereupon, ing, and five days before the sitting of the Commissioners shall either he may have imagined that Havana might bedcemed by some National Executive relying too much upon our own speculations on the probabilities of a
ifthf ahl petition shall appear reasonable, to appoint not less than three himself: or by home person duly authorized by him give notice to an appropriate and convenient location for a grand naval depot for the Gulf, peaceful or a hostle termination of tbo debated question, and our M.
Commissioners, : two of whom shall have power to act ; which those who may be defauler and whose written excuse appear not being, aj it is, .a halfway house" between it and the Atlantic. It may bc, pressed confidence in the former result, which they might suppose
any have
been te
said Comini, "ioners, shall bo househ"lera residents in said county; to IJeaJd, requiring to appear before said Commisioner too,that the editors of these .neuta prints" may have seen in their mind'seye based upon the facts known to us and not tt them. W.
cause under oath if they have, why they should not be ,that Havana, American Hill think that there will be peace betwen wand
and tbo said Commissioners shal respectively take an oath before any a an seaport, would possibly rival the Crescent old England, but
any Justice ofthe pac for lid county, to view and mark out tbo fined; and the person appointed to give such notice shall I be rXlmptfrom City. Seeing this, and knowing a they do, that any argument against acquisition in we the do debate not feel t the same confidence of it since the disclosures made
proposed Road, tbe nearest and most practicable route, and to road duty a many days as he may actually be employed in warning would only strengthen the determination and enlighten the public all sti going on in the House of RfprSenlativu. 'fhafallntellrgencer.
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she greatest ease and convenience of the inhabitants, and a lull hands and giving notice to defaulters.SEC. to the importance of the acquisition they resorted to the more efficient meant we to .- .

' M may be, tho prejudice of any person ; and it shall be the duty 16. Be it furhr enacted That the Road Commissionersshall (more efficient aj the motive need not be avowed,) of counteracting it by The latest -
said Commissioners, to proceed 41 soon a may be convenient, to lay be liable! to t County Commissioners for the keeping in goo deavoring to throw the utmost amount of ridicule upon any attempt ton'romoU as being much accounts easier. from New York, represents tho money market
out said Road, and make return tberMr under their hand, to the order the several public roads in their district, and shall he as that object. But to the big whig press and the little whig press, Wt cannot e.tate-so the New Capital i. seeking an in\"estment in real
Count Commissioner, at the ne.t meetng of their Bard (o county by this act prescribed for non attendance to this duty, and Overseersof ascribe any such honorable justification.Why The sy York paper of the Jut dates
'nroa Y M, acting thtreon the diiftnce 6ld o r'u, ntJ M practt.M I Reads hall be responsible for the like default in their duties, and j did thy permit their mighty thundtri tof\Mp, when Daniel W.btlt Mfll&f.account was looked from for Europ 24th.of the reception of the- President's


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eanf- fl.irt of t&3 cauntsfloser of .be General Mr Allen, tf Ohio, introduced in the Senate, some I "The cf -- :-:----: :-::- == ==..._.
I ccr l .re assembled are convinced that Stale Tfftrn Lot
Tax-Collector aIc.B Apnlarblr ln Laud
OTice.We resolutions do Company*
Land the
recatiri
<; Euroj Mn interfere n I I administration does not intend to prosecute the
b%'e never read a d-c.iin.rjt emanating fn.mthit \mericjt Cofltrocrjs TLes* rest-lutions will betaken 'I v'ar agaiint Tt-\.is, thus setting at defiance the will vi-tue of the power vested in me bv hw, T ghal AT AUCTION. ALL person* are hereby war.ied i*:t to tr j-tu.
i ol the liaIson and that with expose for sale, before the Court Hou edoor, in r to make use of. ir c-mt-it waste itt tn or-
rn ent with el much satisfaction and pro- up to-morrow Much the greatest assurance the citv, ot obedience to an act of theGeieral Assembly lawful
D* > bus has Tallal IN
private nt-n a see, County of Lecii, mnncr, on the lands tf the
in the face of the whole .palacLiitoli
i j>eople, it is actually treating relation to the CoinTiii.ioner of the Tallahassee
CJ.1C. lbs Vl rt>j* of iuJ!3 Sutl! *. bcj On the Land Company which fcave
that (torn pen commcnctd and fast net been
innumerable Monday nut die.posed
a' propo ttion!, with the government of the United States for the in August Fund, and tor other purposes. I will sell at public of regularly -
if? cKnrl demanstrates what scns never before to co cnngcverj legitimate subject, have been presentid '! sale (.1 Texas, and J or aught we know the Califor the following prop *ity, or as much thereof as will auction, on Saturday, the 31st day of January, t"4G.in here'ofore.by us. or our rornpetert agent ir efenU

'*r b' thought of. that the Governmert has du- for the coa id-ration of Con res. thai tl,o, and that therefore it behooves the Armv has the State Tat due on the same for this scar 1 < I > front of mv office, in the Capitul to the lushestbiddir. enforced u th- penal of the law wll b- strictly
have and the to The S E i, \ \V i, and \V J N W .hS3tThfl3, against Sit 6fct.der,.
peonle depose an administration which for cas'i with the reservation of bid
! llu h *da '1 ad'ea''urou onccr. The chan-e in the one by I Ap/Iicatirn
perform to P name of Senatur Lv all med | SE4.E4.SU | maY be made
to has little 1.Ei.NF.JandSWlofN E 4.s frrrun'-lieeieses > t
tie so regard for the national honor, i.c i.c the Governor fur the benefit of the State, the following otherwise
of the domain Those w ho b* \our Ltfsislature tr;. T3.112 E for the u: ds.eed rf
the firit s'ttler upon public was, on motion ij Saatiritstectt.noticed : J. NV 4. S1TR3.all N tnwn lots, situate, trims; and being ta the cite of said lands ptititns rr tiof
well furmshsJ hoj!e can form \\ t'ie' Journal I'arrdes a:mou'ices hu intentions ill the uiid fl.situated in the north-east part ol the countv, Iyin and being tn the erifu* cf 1% ,.
their ow n
: at ea;" n in of the Senate, and clowing Tallahassee, viz: Lots Nus. I, 3, 5. C, 7, H, 10. 12. kulh, Leon, Cadsden ,nd I
t jdii of the privation! an 1 peril* aiwas attendant the name entered, as chanjrd.di the roliof Senators I paragraphs of Isis proHunciauiiento, which I shall near Matto\Mainmsto and the purporting to b-long to Hampton 14, 1C, 17, !<*, It, 20. 21, 21. 23. 27. ? oo make no for Sou'liern Lifi Insurance and Trust > agcrt.
apology
extractinglter( reviewing making lots of about five
twn emotion. It i lithe nanif- advantage ofbith The Committee of Uectior-j ha\e made a report, the history tf the cotintrv Since. the declaration ol Tompanv. ing in the twenty-one South East quarter, of Section acres one carhly.. Township Xr JAMES E L .TT'STK. m the vicinity ef Ou.ucv. -

: the Government permanently tiNed inhabits in the contested case from your State. The report its iiidpendince and contracting its present disastrous TlieL'l.SL 4..S13= S landNE 4cfN E. one Range one. South and West Lots No*. 2. JOSF' 141. 'ItlU.U,

!* of our large cities, to encourage their surplus gives the seat to Mr Krockenbrouzh. This report ro untirn and prospects with the proposition ad V I. N \V 4. S ojv 4, s \V 4. S |l' ; N \V 4md 4, <;. 7, s, in, 12, 11 I and 1", making nine lots con Trutttes ef the LEWIS.laasthicea CURTIs,
it ought to the civilized N W 4 cf SV 4. S 19, all in T 2, R 2. V and E LsiztJ CoISollre. .
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of the
nation
edn. uncultivated Aili ha. been occuj auiorg taming about ten acres each situate in the South
liz the v ordered ,
P wl tK>n to *es< homes > > to be printed, and will hardly ho earth, he prxreed ->i'uited. Ivinjr and !>eing about fifteen mile nort'ieist West of Si-china Town Range January JO, IS 16
quarter one, lnp one.

fwdandrataient, ith comparative! trilling labor, Mr Brockenbronsh will get the ceat. Those ephemeral dictatorship which have heretofore ( store nr 11 the crfvsooW Like purpcrtins; to belon.'t (quarters of Section six. 'I'ownship! o-u. Ranee one, .

nneenc'< for themselves) and those Oregon continues the most imnortant matter befoTt served on h to ketp ul gotten wealth upon their estate of' Theorhilns Hv man.TlieE4.NtE4aidSES2z. South and Easf.la.d out in thirl v-two lots, of abcut 'pirr dnlv p"mI-er'--.sj 'carte cC ti's f:
of buttaay acquire !110114-, have no illusicn for me On this print, XIV J.NE4. frve acres each I Trustees of .J Ar lach cola Laid Crrv's.a, *
wbo ooae after them : tiro* *nunci. _. tin va'ue oftn ConjuresIn the llou., the debate is goin; lay own onan well known and they hate IK'en 't'T3UtNari F H v.SE4. S 2 : W i of The above lots compn J? some oft"( mo f desirable is trenar.d to sail or rtt such )jsjrJior,, Br,! ?rrJs 4

It. G weimeit l"ei.. and r.'iIing the city authorities on liAvh, and has lost much tf its Interc-st It will proved m n thin .one during toy arduous career \V i. S 30, T 3, R 3. V and E, situated n-.r Man restdentes for private families in TaMihavseenr of lad vMthin Me Fi.r >es Tnrr? at.'. a. hate net bwnrr

r.ho of a' imrarwtax fo- tie 1 rapport of their pauper pruHibl:. be continued for some tin'. IB tic Sen. The tam, o* avarice and corruption has never fallen j morton. purporting to hi long to Lewi Conm-r and its v icintv The plan of said lots can be seen at gi;brlv disr'osed rf 1- &d I." f nt-n" Pf.sonil .
upon mv character Mv ambition ekvut, d I. j Ihr South*'rn Lit.' Insunnce and Trust ('omp-irt, interview, rr>tv Is mu' vith sl.e srtscribcr ,
tnsde s i frmu tl -want < influx ,ite. thev ."*m unwilli to enter u n tu! Icecus. is more mv oflice *t any time All the creditors of the Tallahassee t
population and 1 d Th. I: I S" L: 4. s > U J S \V S to N \\ or in r'ighborbord cf
iu- i' 'spise pol lical intrigues and hold in f-pil| 4, : 4. I- und are requeued to attend said! silt Omrcv, or If fVr r ,v ha
a V* CAT never otor i" the .par M!% powUUdMi | m.,n ill i u tnoiielit- a tn ithr, am'' tL.- d..ate'! has, I si n't r.l't the corrupt flatteries which are usually s 1',. T 1 R I s HI d E S 17, T 1. R 1. N' and E LEVJAMTN I5YRP. directed to bin, tl'r. ugl! tie Ptsr Odcn, at that!

*-Si. where a coaifaraf demand for I.UK alwavseu on the rant'on ot S.outor We"t< .It, l. t 'i p<<-'tt onr<1 bestowed upon those in power, 1 aspire in exchange except UK E i. S E; J of nd section: also E i, N Stale Treasurer I-lace and Taliahs '

:> The aew Suts, and especially Honda, ot- until the 111th< of Tcbnian In th< iliJIItinJe, the to K m'-'e brilliant and lasting plory. These are ilot U 4 S -. T P. 1 V md \\ F i, N \\ 4. s q. T Tallahassee, January 1. fsjr 24INotin JAMES E. rETTJTR.: .fr if
th. hvpocritical declaration- of zEibition- -, R t N and IV., nn'r5 not known v'tTrwf'nnfthr 4ratactwo LanJ S
; an Co
fidtitn'n t* mmir. raWe lor almost an unliuutJ PIAOII of afljjrj na be %rr\ snuck tL npi f. Tl c n.a.ii j .M.- th<- fi'll'-un! 1 -. Jamiarv .
.> -'-king to hide Isis real objects from Ihepublit\ i low. i t iwn lts : !iit t No :2-H, in the 10. 1M6 25 iv

trader of \2ru-nlfU! settlor LaaJ- can be ? enate will probabh frt-rvc |j't'e. find \< urti and I sh k'l no sooner enter the city of Met c< than ongi al id-in oi (the cis- of Talaia!
: id here fv almost the asking, those which have Senakire 15 vsith those who aepccmato. iMi id..red I will r nvokr an asscr-hlv dulv elected I bv all the I lot Ni. 1 ';.l! 11 the r.'rb aiditun to tlit city rf Tallihasiet. !- Ioicc.
1. voters tn the states and clothed with unlimited alsn'lof Ni. Tn the south, half of the S\TIRI\Y, the list day of Januarv ir.st, FX min h. after date the urtd--rsic-ned'wfll
rot b *i offered at public sale eaa be settled on. and rs-'--company that tin ma m .1 1 S. ashatn- authority 20 anil 2'J, in the South East quarter of Ss S srgy!
countv tiuarter( of sad
for the it remodillin. the .' citvAl to the Honorable J E B'
1. nvs Jndze of
ifwrrf awlat th* law of 1431. with tuthepay ed ti It is b l evedthatlhpneMs ear' ;iUrin' purpi.se v' rn- tion one, Township one South, Rang oie, Wet orre.
preemption rwi
< th litiU
: lEiriorini( tit h.tinit to the Probate, of Leon
bent according to the w ill if the neoi.l.. Ml rlases ; Apihchcfli will be connfv. frr let"rsofd smi',ion tnm
: : eatof the purchase ionfor them until souls. miH>rtant dispatches from < ur Minist r at of inciefv-theclerrv the militatv, the Lngis- : T.aod f nnpinv,** hing in the tountv of sold hv public auction bv R T Hircht-tt assignee the eatateofF. trait. deresd t

tiie* ace co ( 2lTrd, and those which hate been procltioed Londo, and it i-* not miprohal. that the vullbeofa tracy. the learned prod sions, commerce indvistrvami Ieon. l OTit>d -d North bv (the line of d-marcntion, Court ot Terms.T. G cash I'adnck, bv virtue of an crdtr ef F \MFNKFR. ) "

iculturewill l he in this assrmbU Uest bv the OJtluckn River, South bv (lie reunly j jrf G VIXGFRHOrr: JAJanmry ..
.ig represtntrd .
credit cf twelve raonlL chararter Mr M'I.ine '
can b*secured on pacific will do all in hiptiwer Januarv n [! ] IS IB 2tjTKE
t. a;id from tht' moment it meets all jmvver will cea' eto IVakulia, .nt! E.stl.v( I the St Markc'Rtver. aid: --_ 10. 115. 2*> ***
coder that Imtr. and then they cot but fl 2Vt per to prevent a war. and no nuin c 'ntd es rt a exist, except .u<'has inav manate from if. Hip i ipv known as part of f orb s* Purchase** qis ) ,is1. ls_ p 's'i5) i -I 't ,
State the I; abundant influence tlu (' i A A. FISHER. I IShf tJ.r.tJJ 4.r3 .5 .IJ 4r-Ja.rJ-ll' ,i.d ill.j.FR.1CISCIJS : TttisI 'i'axcs : J'-1G. i
icrIn DO in won can c a happier at
finely of the nece* arie of hf be obtained tor co The Senate is now lull The new Suato-9 arcall dutv, I hlull I'her retire to private life or I si.sll | and rj--q/ Tax-Cot. L C THE undersigned. havi::gleen spps'mnteil.tssess-r
j a>k the nnnlece of narclun to the frontier to eni.u.itir January 0-1, 1S4'>, 07 cmJtut the R 've.,n f r the Cru: tv tf L .oi, fr r tfc
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of labor in our State. Th" Democrats, and th- stanc1 in .hi Sca.te '
smut an ontlj es va-ietj parties ,
( thit' usuqir-ioi our territory and the enemies present yearcrsr gisee ni.tice f h : 1.e wil! t'te'.d
of ear pmda-iioa* to cfiVrs inducements, whicl rm thirt\>etnocra*' to twrnu-fiiur \\'hiz Tins is a of our indep-ndence and pro pentv ." Received at the llowire plaes. for fie )'a? ;ose of receiviu?

be found no where cUe z corn, tobacco, cotton nco, suffeient majority fur all useful purports Herrera't. administrttiori has been overthrown not for sale at the Phonix Building bv J. R For a list of taxable oroj rtv ol the inMbit nu: .

eJTar, and all the tr j >ical and other fruit* are prow The Senaters and Rej'rcM'utatirrsfK'ia Texas will bv the peoide but bv the army-the Fame i refonan AN'D 2" IK xes npenor English dairy Checw. I At' ard's Blocker Store X K. .wls onV edi.esdjy. 2lat JiVy.
Miccosookie.
TLrrJa..C2d d, 4"
hand vvliuhleva' J Intn to and which alan ;
power 21 kegb- -l .oslien Riitttr "
with twcees within our borders probably Leliert before the TcnffMll be acted on. elevated ard overthrew, Santa Anm Indeed there *. Uri fmt dn. '1 vtms< .1 Hams, ('entrerihje'r..tl'niy. Fritlav 22J do! U

Let the "cities' full," send oat tltwr nrn among and thru totes are calculated < n, as Icing for a repeal j M no peojdn m Mexico in which wou < the term | January : 1, t-.t-: J7Yiktii i'tlsntiinrtn,. Sstreh.v. 2-Ph rodo
of the Ijw. The I George Yuu-i' Moritlav 2<>thI da ; .5
u.nd ? omen aaJ children too and we mil present j inhahitant eotistof| hut twoclis es, 1 urojnan-i WIEKER ,
p and their descoH.mis. the litter a ivili7rd etn I I ert I r.id-M.Tueadav. ,i'h
give taeffl a beartwelc ,aie. There H elbcw) TOOUI ; rac ( aEtiyTAX.COLI.EcToR'S > this mellud to inform the public thai ht 2 For: mbury, W'tt.'sslg CthCotrt do
(iZ'- Our &ckiKin led, cicnts an due the lion J. DWrsTcoTT plovesd in agiiculturstiii' mechanic, art*, in wl ichtliev ,, ; F
far tnoa aad*,to the indu,tu'ou and pru-lent.n*. w ill cxcii.1 ik.c The former are, almost all of them, b VLE.Bx removed his Cabinet \\archonse to thi .5 r'lvise! in TiHar-as. TtuedarttbIi. !
p and Hon I). L rtrc. tor various building formerlv Starr i. to. door dav.3i th -
public occupied by next > and Satura.iv
reutare the ass jrance that in a little tide tbc\ will < it her mihiarv nen it politicians, the nu.itarv mm virtue ol the authority vest -d in rre bv law list Janu.ir *1'
ducuncrt n-ctive1 bv la-t t II Peck Tin Manufactory in the rear ot which It J.inPjrylfll'14. '
nail
fee! no d*. re to return to the fe.tenag urlita" great I v prcpo:nitrating_there being, as it is said.onictliing I hav< this dav lcvi<-d nj'on, and will expose to intends to earn en the l.tisirugs ot a CAUINLT 2iGo.IVli.'TCIjN.! 4,
like twenty thousind officers or about ;public sate, in front of the Court H"u e, in the cou'tv > TIlE PATENT G..LV.Nr RINGS
cf citi MAKERUNDERTAKEiaridUPIJOLSTERLR and ,
thecverrophted From thi Pcnsa'ota lartle. oneollicer fr every four or five soldiers The fndiain t 'if V.ak.ulli, ctate of Florida I ,
feels well prepared tv execute orJcr Litter 1itd CM-lie's ?I I'1izie.
( in
.. any ; ciH'Iic
slaves, not nomnalh true but reallv .
God Ciile the are it is ,
country, Kcoliittoii int lII'ljtP. On Hirers' Mmdry tn August tiext of Ihi' .bvt' brandies ol ln, bu .

rcrraaVe?
i' ,, a"i-
** nevertheless Thee d uiot mix with the cothercla, 'TiltIc is" ver K-"vet t e : ) ,
Min raid tLt- tiwn \ seteral Virv important c'n! ijcs hare rfentlv socially and political only in nami Ue ne. between tlieusi'il inure, the foil w :11,1 j ie-es tr is provided with tit best materials' fu the J_ ve-al ao;'rohaMon of the V-d'rjJ Prnle. ,ien fGreit

-z TVe would Jwtll upou tlr able paper were it not taken place in Mcxif, liaiu_ 11 .r. or ix dan in; therelor'. IK vv conipleltlv an. adm tiutration nustor parcels of Utid-, v iz : manufacture of new articles of Cabinet I urn lure, Britmba. and H* n< w bn sifIr'ient's Icrc te.fere .

of .l ctinz h it ujKin our relations v\i'ti (It.a' e.untr' I |.TOp( tto nec* sitv IK di'11 MI!.'ut u; inthi arms an' L .w- Lot ni inVr s, cortaimrg 474 acres, and known a' such a* S--cretaries, Pureaui, TaHf-f, Bedstead the \n.enc iii f utile t" give a for the difLrolty in
>oaxpargra give you a brief account ot them, nhich rai.nut tail little prospect titer' n of the c vil power retting the the Iliver Surv vf according to the rruinal survey Chair, 4sC. A.C, ins the nearest and most pf. ctstvle I owerande5iiaev Tie Paten* Gaiva .eR' srave -
deferring tpec>al comiaendation, and particularly readtr well the midebvsa llartfu-ld ( lao lot He will also repair any descrirtion of fjrr :- ben found iil the fpr which the -
to interest jour is a* public pentr- upper; hand lltrn-ra saw th:- il and wis v sit j Sjrr vor- ( r.um- tiar.swrr purr ses

as this course tnu; it appear innduous, where the alhVo to.S. down t.lera Crur, .Mr Un.. himself tb Work ti Correct it. II It Was gradua'h! II i j jginizing ter42,43. 14, .I1,5i! VJ,00, Cl, .!, f* C TO, 70, tutoHe or.-t'iar'i' Galvanic Bitferv, ir f fftr."ans! M enetc V

whole i* so well worth a careful pcrtmlAt Parrot, oar 5Kian Serret-iry of Lej Mcn, vho militia a> a preparation step tudislaitding i t.i1, SI ro'it:'inmc each V/J acres, mil 1 known and would retn-i hf g-iteful thanLs! to (lit- Citi7ersof Machines are u's'tt.t tu are withwit ant tf the in* ,

au rdent friend to the r 'bta of the SU'es bore di pafhes t .r 'he Minister Tpon our arrival the srnin tlsc destruction of n lii-l I le knovv n., j jonlv descrilKtl bv s.ud ntii ibcrs a rt r line to the oricmal Tallaha'see fir he liberal | atr.>iiage I.t iii! al' j'irinns.sliocLs which accompan) the a).p ica'tons by j f

-acrricie.
and tr the hacLTroodman aid as citizen, of new ter) hid tsreesil.-d l u s-nt' ten 4s IK had been this, in ;part, thtv-crushed! 1_iru. II LH aJi.uiii-trd; | ah.-v d'-'n-rit.ed lots of land situated, Iv ing and being of their favors, an he pledges! I ir-sel' to give sati*. mme fife and CTtam it *cv. irt'La1 ing lit dei.red ,

State, ve tender Judza Shuldi our uncere thank- uoiinditl tvi' d Mno't> rition of ro i *t In thai.tlioMU. tun ti-a.. i:idisi| <-sod to treat with Us, what have we i in the county ol \\akula! on (the west side ef faction to all who may mi-c In a. their order both in .-biect. a '

far hw rai'terl report : and w* venture to assure h i im > lIt Veu Crti, uad had prun*ga 11 rticn of ss hat i' krrn price and < ualitv of his wo'kJvmrv The Gali in c Pi"-s have b'< n r .d *> ti rert/ t

that wSen the looelv rr.icrant and settler shall learn uat < tb<- eapitil.1 luut. Kcniudv ot tin M 1 Iv on the ground of opposition to the supposed paifie as Forbes 1'iirchaand l.'ved: r oii a' tl i. rrooertv 10. ISfr( 05 *success all cascant I Ibeumasmarm..te .y ciitbiiir.applv .

Mary IM C.bW1iaIlied Isis vvith a \iv ol l that be ba *a true a friend in high autltor.t. one back In* des,'>atel.ea 'ov tl,. got-risisitnt. A.tn Air taint, and u Parides Jiiniaclt (being strong eno-t ( sitisft *h< ir Stale nnd ('i 'n tv T a\ for the ceuitv( Jtotirc.O mix". To.thacle, Pr rsC.sil-. \ ert.kj.Vr
who art ned ferli d-jep evmpath lur his suOerins, Shd 11 had btcn some dain the capital, he nay to put down opposition) to be the man, alter all, tUx.it of akulla for (the .v e-ir 1' 1 *. l\ months after date, I will apj; ly to the ProbateS Sick Headache, lnd' r< ttion, Paralrsis, Pfclcfv, Epi-

aid kn*w* his deserts, but hat the course and honv fernalh r'tifi.'sh. hth<' Mexican: sr"vrrrnent. that w t'l u Ie: tin at it nil, having ni.de -\HIJ\H- HAIL. Judge of Gadsden C .untv. for a dischar" from !1-ost, Fits Cramp, Palj ita'M n f the H -ar', Af rplev. >.. .

.- to peal out n hu behalf, he too will cff-r him it could i ot rec i\<' lain. in th capacitv in \vlu( b, lie every cOirt) which i grrat and m.ignaiiimeupei j.1< j *Sill! at:d i r KJTHW Tt Col aKiilla CoJ mv cxt-rttorahip of the loat will of Robert I.ss idson, 5-tifness ot Joints Lumbago, Spinal Ctt
:
came, wliu li v\j thjt ol t itiotf trtrai'rtlntfirtj awl should dot. previ" t c !Mision with a peighbour o< .it:tiarv i2.1( j1 II. _>7 i jn deceased L W. SPRATT plaints, Neura1tiu, General Ivbilitv, Ie'il.i.r.l'r cf 's

tt hocaaze and listing gratitude. Let JjJ.-e irK >. Minmler l\enijleitfiary pi vt: i rr-cnt i <.t ('('nfidvrmr nl.- i'r 'ttt n"hi! Mid r< iurrc>, dist"it Leciitxica us i January 0, [(17] l-lti. 2j CmSIX .rvui.s Lrerg and a" N'rrvous riso'dt" Tlfir j,

ere II watchi; over and ,crunul *upiard! itself bottiid l hi the | rorriso it bad in:idi. u- farther tf tenjMinai ; Mn>ild we not Uke a -ta.td 825 ICr nrtl--PorKrl Itonh I.o 5t.IO extra' rdinarv i '.H-f upcr the svsf-T must V1 wiJI ;-fr S

:.i& laiportaat triKtroicsutted t<. bu care,which ol receiving a 57.eC5-I 1 mniM >r. ehr.cd l \\iti the of so'nt ki'.dot titlier wit!-out tart lur consulting | T on En lav the 1('th insf. in lalla'tai--. in Nnlic 1 I re' ed to be believed, and as a certain rrerfKttrr far
negotiation of the Texns diffinltv, to receive the tle'.nco--1e.t she a construction months af ci date, I shall applv to the Judgf the preceding cnmj.luats thev are equ hy to be recommended -
put Wrong uj on our I the ii'iied I art 1II Citv'lfjf
TIH ti
hi, had the gsid se.ps' to see was not alone to m on as a tr Shrp ID
umal nini ter reid"xit !-'nt from roe friendly rower forbearance JIt <-l. tr tbereali.!,. a mall leather IOI.1T I f Fri hate fur Jeferson County, for letters of The Galvanic Ring are in evr'vvy %

i"titr :Se intereft and avarice at the General GOTera1 tn another, ad tl iM receptK n ot this Idttvr, w-.>nld im- I strikes mebiu( lofern vo|>mi< n with great diffjdencr I ItSOK.( nitiI.I worn, K.ii'ainn,.: < ne huiHiud and! flf'v dismission as administrator of No-ni hinds. late of ptret-tly l.arrli'5, a-' .re sU at | roc-s fo lie wiik.in .' ,.
.S
iby holding up the pubhc laodi but in pro- ply a state of parifii and tiiendl' intercourse hich isa tin ..Mill' nti's at Wachiriglun art luucltm five di-liars m in >m v f 1'> rf winch was in bill oft i ,aid Countv, deceased JT'LILS! H'GII.Jelf. reach of al'!. Cri-.1 e Magwf' FI"1'1 ;* r 'd 'n

p.-ji. r .r toe f&M fee ha jwrfortaed a nobler and d' es not exHt. Ti'! rnv( trrimrttt lnmvor, did tiot n- crn jKtent than mv elf tr con ,- t. a right con- the Pai k if fit ( rgi tow Ii, S. C. and w>dry pin r* r.fiio "rson ( < un'v Januar 1O, l>4i,. 2 > Cm infection wnJi! tl-e RIM?*, to rer-'c' thr e>ie-l i4 l
require that Mr it'll 'i i'tiId VMI! il--aw tr '11 the elusion in tin .-s) that heiiiz already Iii action certain. and to direct the Galvanic irfluen"et q-
!onorable task that cf to and of prmt jxactall. I -rvn-. toaii' j <-rn lu'-nt, th'- owner \ls irn,- I
73-r" doing lustier countrv-or the t-ontrar it r-av.' (sins jw mi 'ion irftin .' n' .'n>,. n ut 1 .'xis. we iii.u'dvrrv .juntlv not sipi' d tr. n -\ .J.'in Pram_ dated unrrw tune n I K'JO JCcuard. > particular parts whicl.) arearected fr-.

fern; proper encoarajeiaeat, and aeknowledpng : t Ja'aua' a | i las ii.' 1 lt;lt- i. MI i. >HIIK> '.i\t\ Unite < ur trout| Wftvvurdto tl.e Rio del Norti (as I ''I Jati i ir\ 1'-> !14. I I- "' i'u ".i tlii- first ot Jaimarx, j jIs ) 'tN'.WAY fn n tJ atib.srribers on SatnrV A sapplv! of the above invaluable articles jus' received ,

the cabiuatial rewards due the gallant wootaman mile frla \ira Cru/-'li< ... to aw.tit th: farth- r take it lor gidiittd that iso one will dispute that tii' I I i ;paxai t> I F.i-rrir..i 1 .ui.u.ters, inc note sign a, (L.\ mjit l.,st. Two negro men, STEPHEN and f->r sile bv E. PAR\ARDJr.. Airent for (

fi: hi- exidl t4lzi..for their uaouUpitcd iiistru. n- <>l lu I> }. \ r irn-lit i S.e', *t ilt( <. --t it,. is and ught to lie r'ir rrojier iKiundary ) a-id prdcg .- \t.\ J. I). E. llouck due Jmiuafv 1, IMf, parable t. and! JFPITER, which we were moving I I Cn tieat his Drug and Medicine Store, Mrnroe ft., : P

privationi of things whc" thi / ; ". -rry" siiI.dntdtheatov. ci <- to c-stabludi tun in small pests along that th undersigned : j.nd one note signed bv Allen F.-l-1 I _, ,,,,_,.'rom South Carolina to this State Said ne- Tallahassee Pamphlets, rcspccticg the abcve, cut 1

and t
Let the policy jested in this report b carried pa'ch to thr government b\ that ve*..'l. In the me. n this purpos*"-tlier l It t the- Psalter rest tf.rowing I' tin undersigned. j ji I dar Client f let M heizlit one of them harms a lo, IN u J5; 2m

oet sad we arc are dial soon the tvilderiaess asddesirt time. thfcowntrv was on thee' o! a ret lntioti upon Mexico rt-seinst.iihity; ol casting the first i Ml persons are here'iv! cautioned net fo trade f iii I vvnvvard 1 liittk 1 wl en iji.] ken to They wore kers vcl Tax f'ollrfni iotIcc. '

place rvih biiaiizn ni the rote.Ve which broke Hit the iwxt dtx after the M .ManfiMl stone Or if for good rtasot, gr >v.n g ut ot the'' said otes. as pavn< nt tliereon h w been stopped (I t1s s, and! wtri nu-h sm-jkcd from setting bv camp T IIAI'E this day levied unon lots N'os eight, -tre, '
It w ill be rect>llectrd. that f ten 'ral "'arv'l.1 s state of the Oregon ur"tion (and of which the I The above reward will be paid for the rfturn of''I fires tn trav ..Hing, and no doubt! on their way back to j I I i and ten -nd eleven. McNeil's crntainng i:
survey,
\ cbecrf* **J-jnfc oil tbat is said of JuJ cSueidj iininaiidlt umsioii O' tl S.C .Annv eaAiai ttc ctbiiK at \\ .si thi- b-st ,
a the We will
: uij'toii
are judges) govtrnmeni (tile ocket IKM k an in the (olijwinj article iron the New OrJCDSE .Vrn. 01 tit ieerii ," ai'ltati! .-tn-u iii the D -|>artrncul 1 hii mid desire a n >re speedy settltnirnt four I the hltridili) Office. KJanuirv SACNDLRS. [ herisiun arid deliver* tt us at the Gilliard plantation, I (weep Little River and R ckv C more trf< rf.or and to hold ''

leans Jerauan : of San. Loui I'<.tosi-the lK|>drti.ieiit adjoin- Mexican uiiucultier ttian this plan )'rr ruses. let I". 14. 2>> -It on the Micros -o'tie L ke, or #.1 10 for either before the Court lloue door in the town o. Quincy, 4on
ins Tamault| the first Monday
in Julv, 1M5 frlf
S. SHIELD*-T+t Polite Landt -We notice is t>itu Uel, wbcla i arm \\a dt-tiiKf1 to the' liiod.l! Nortf aiwi bv taking p< a taxes due Gds 'en Count for theve gLteen hundrel -
ran* articles the rounds of the newpapers socuud ment that might bt mad hv OtsnArtstJ of Mexir... Chihuahua Coalaula. 1 '
zoiip i.ny mos Departments ew months after date, I shall present m> final ac Jrfitr on Countv. January 10, I4'I' 2" 4tAdtaltsiatratot"s t and fortv-5veIM and c-** ,.Hv thecla ni' sf
huhlv eoni1unntarv to the enece' which this vlio cnnnsaa.d..d i on the Northern Iroi.tier | Neat Leo and lmiuiiizs| bring the etienv ttirm > SIX and vouchers to the Hon Juduc of Pro Fo-bes Purchase the of the lici.- '
realign na; intu ed tato tae General Land OJkeTaese If nid_ bv t'u toin' t tl.e -in1! 1. J tie done then !Nohice. j jALL proper'v Ap
wo nm r < L rre-poadc'ite, *- it t ti : ninft vrn M> bate in ard for the duntv ol Jefcrson, ai d apph cola Land
compliments ar> it's Tv.'d. We bite e. odjrrmind which has |'i--ed bt'vietii <>fu. !'ore-de, iid tin readilyaa we could wish. let us march at onceupoiiM for a discharge es \dtrnnistratr Lotus non of the persons indebted to the estate of John Sastn. Coirpinv JAMES A. M'MILLAN.

f T eiving thit this branch of the Treasure Minister ot Uar. and vu.KI II-L-l t.-'vn t.iillihed ii:i xico. In either <'l which event', the pop-run estate if Jumt'a i Fall, late i-i said c< untv, d<*rea -dWM w. dt< fn.ed, la'i of Leon Ci on?'. are 1 err' v Q'lii.cv, Dec O"l 24 Co Tax C. llcter R
Departme was never ra ire efiienlU! orgiutzedThsirvevs tin Vera ('rur j'jjK-r hut troops, as well as thost <4 t s jmdron of sloops anti brigs at i rrnciit in the H "" !. r.EDD. nntitirc! ti, make linn.edute payment to the mid i >

are bwn: ra'idlc rwisi! xl on ; d.fcrti' \risU, %Vs r* iiieuiiiu..s aniKHia to enn.mc'ne.11w ot Mexico sho'i'd l I.e ,u rs<-d,-dl'v a less hiavv stiij.a| Jt-ffersonfonn'v Januirv 17, jsl'i 2t> ( m t -ignrd and Jl j ersnn hiring claims against said E. ItiIE.tID. Jr.,

arvets carre-tci, aid d-'rn.i i a! 'rting titles anda4jncinzclaitzeon war ii i.n, Ttxas : to eiubl him to do wiurh.lM- iiai with g
which lir e amounts ot monenJ > | >rtun
dependt'd. t->t the war ft which tnanv C.UZII- \\inl i-d 'tactt him. uiititi oat luetit or <.'\Ia-r. .tlth nrTl : WITNESS. rnrnth after date. I hall anplv to the 1'cn { in bar of their recovervLI ---:::3'ncr ot Monroe artd Two 1'jj.ilj d Fttt '4
115CC sufferei ally! are row promftv! nade U I'uri-d l tuudjl tin SIX :U Ib M \UNDFRS, \d-n'r
gr <
    consider the apn.untment if JuJg" Shield- peculiar hurl i4ji. in th<- five luilhon loan alit hssirised !l.v ('onjfr -- - :ci- ROOKs at. letttrs ol dismission as Executor of John Moore, January 17,1 16.16. 0' Om3oticr. T where vb I.>urd a g. neral assertmecto 1 '

    Iv hanp-, tr'>!n the circumstance that lie come* from ?s<. Th arms crowing tired ot tfu statsot i)- late of said countv d I. easiil T -iTuine DM C.vM MEDICINES 1:very tttrntion ( ,
    a new State ; from one which, like Ixwisiana, i- activity to '.Jsob list kr"verniiw.nt hIlt retluod it, I.a- cireri iv %d j < r l.ng v.in sn, ftarra i'.tif tin- 1IM.D1 MOOR paid to orders of Thvsicians amid Itanters.

    deeply interested in a liberal |re-cmption law and turall# liecauie di.atbted.. The cppition hrs-*-< j I;xx| -Jiti n t tin H t-l.I :M in,tains and 't. On- J,'flirstih Countv January !7, In-hi. V6 Cm FOER weeks after date. I shall apply to the lIon. All articles war.anted giod.itv. hv.fncoaL..

    in graduation and reduction tht price of the puS- Unned this ttnar* of disall.-rlion into a 11 inn'. Tin goti. anti N -rth f ahif'rii; in 1s4 and J, bv C ;ipt J of Probate of JefTpr on County for leave lie ta- of tIF1iM..N'S i4j

    lic lvihs'o % to offer e.erv man home on the *oil, in *st hctnetit aiid bitter denunciations were, ev<-rdai \ ( i< in >u | riii' : < tsTh 'EW tiOODS. tosell the real estate of William P. K'ipatrick. late UORM ( OLc'il.'c'xJIPHOR and CATHARTIC ,

    ad iniu-c the thott an lof emigrants who land at Itunclnnl arun-t the administration, cliarpt fec.nl and the I ri *s, t.v Elicit UarburtonIjx subcniber'louse pi>t received by Fr'g PC- of said County. deceased : aid real estate lying ar-d LOZh.NGFS. valuable articles. sod tl.e nstst agreeable

    cnr wharves to '
    past vrr have kn-wn a r< n'Tiis-i.*ner of the General tion a id even treason, in tntertjininj the des'gn ot! Tupic''t.I>rovtrl'ialI hil ofhvalK>okofthenxitsand t iit.ti I II fist-, as rrtt-d, w.Il take due notice thereof SlIERM.N'S rooit MAN iLAsrcns the '

    Lind OJi", who his sleculiv in charge the upwvi n- .pe nnu mgotiation with the T'nitwJ States for arirumeiits oriLinallv treated, I'li pit, .res Prtiits.lattst t ittcrns, U M. D. M() FLFY, Adn'r cheapest and best ibis'CT ever c ertd te> the pr.fcLc!

    !o t 't4 tae public lid, to onpnse everv plan to the aisle sat T'-xa-s, New Mei.'i. and Califonia : and Illiistratetl dtsoi, not \ irar of \Vakeicld.haute's < Alo a vanetv < l I- antlii l (,oodsTueh Bv T J. HEIR, his Solicitor tor Rlieuniatisn, Pains in the Eack, S Je.aad Weak.np I

    brn; them int-< market to procure appropriation"o't'i after the arrival of Mr Mid.. 11, it allec that this Poetical \\ork-. translated bv II T Cars \\ we offer ttr sac at the lovvc-st Dri"esL January 1'\ lMf(>. C' 4t t_ A.r.

    m bt the Stat. n which thpv In,, and e-en the S utleman cam amoii tlici.i err.p..s.'red to oP'_r a The Plalosoi < f Mstervl.j lkcnd 4. II GRl CEN BEIG .V, COJanuar Also, DR. FOLGFR'S OLOSAON'I. cALL- .
    j a : ''Uim* of the aluals'ttlerhaic been disregard corrupt bribe of l'.t.i six milli"us of dollars. asth*- H' Inns' lit.' of M( ( 7art, *i, i'.i :. -1 l'ohice. hEALING TtALSMauinvi.iuaiearticle fur Cddi. '
    vb i-vVrn-ti the rouster to the most tnn Arnolds Ku.'hv Srh w-1 Sermons, month alter date 1 shall apply to the Hon
    ig put i> prir of tti :ir dishoni and tr -a oii. Tliem attacks SIX (Cough Asthma, Plekdinc at the Lungs Ccrstnip-
    IT'-it ennsTu-tioa on th nre-emptirn iws. to embirriss ftiliw! garb other in fjnirk fiierewon. and wr IarkerB an-, to I:ntush u rrmpe.situ, NI:\%* ROOKS Ac. of Probate for Jefferson Countv for letters ion aid its kindred d scuss. F'amy.blers. containing

    the claim of thfet'ler.' and even to d<'ter him written with warmth atid zbilitv 1 lie fuliomn: hances ai.d <'haiszt-s.I sr Lilt as it M, bT Charles l Iille? arranged l in historical and of dismission as Administrator of Edmund Gray, late certificates from persons in hirh s'andirg, respecting 4"

    fr'iuiLauU.I rpOIV'.SENl'S JL rhn.nolngical erdir, in vols oct., of said County, deceased rs valuable efiects, can be had gratis, by applv 1

    3 OCUUOO tr tre.ipaIc. you an idea id ;he tons of th onto itioii | re-s>,cetn > *,k of the C's. Hi. s. bv J. lit) I rot, ( lirist. bv A. Lavman GEORGE W STANDLEY.Jell'ersun me as aboveTallahassee .

    .. Preii.le-nt Pt.tk rec.grjze.s nosvich principle rally, which, fs Mhev ea is the tout ol the s'.fr.A.l< I'fHik: ti Coed rjn.p's In John Frost, Sufunngsol lie I horse.IiiL miner lectures, I I N"os County, January 10, 1* to. 25 6mAdiiiinisirntorfk January 10, 1545 23 tf iji
    llei th. friend of (Ii,: -,"ttier- lie be1ie'.t. that G Mca Mexican people: Thr IK ok of ( hri rn>as, bv Thorns K llervey, 5luatt liii I .
    r
    >e the the 191! for Ino use He is f'r bringi'u No The sale Texas shall not tie coiiiumraat. j "TimorVvllis, edited l bv J G toop, Thier's lilt ot Na1iiilecii' l ,' > Nos., INotice. LAW M1TICE.i .
    ( last work
    down the price within lini reach of t every man, and *d, tieithtr imd'-r the |ir -t \t oh l t-dlins (Uivitidancsh The qmct llusSand, Tie S
    liehascomm.tted the adnLni trationof the Land Offkce ll tin |M>rtidi MH Yankrr extend its.r riiacit\| Miss IVk< ring.As The 0 Dom clallengt:htit-, (bv ot hirles Marietta: (rum, tht, Italian ol THE tration on the estate of Matthew Tucker, a Wo W= 3Z '

    to an able and |.jtri >ti cituen e ho entertaining I to o U. n..' les- rich at d |lteC1u4.- "ain>, <,r tbe Scnintor's Apprentice, br A. Iu b the I deceased late of ahingtrn Countv hereby gives 3-
    1) Aregli rl.t Ul or anatic, by Hennch ATTORNEY AND COLNSILLOR: AT LAW.
    the same libral and jisi l iiews. will carry them out Let them keep their iul.tzn'ns bribe >f Lve or MX ma, Love and Mismerwm, h I Horace Smith, bv Scl.iller.Onlv notice bi all persons wb are indeb.ed to the said
    bif instru'-ions the' n'zisters" d lie valiant Mi The illustrated List .' v of Palestinebv ,Jno Kitto Stilling 'lii"I'ii.flary, 1 immediattlv Qnlncy, I'ljrlda.
    JD to millions of < liars, a* ( a:i Arm Dau I estate to come rward and settle the same, -
    I iltrandtht Authors liter. bv
    does not deal in surli (pprobrious transactions with Tin Maniac 1 of :V .trimonv bv a Karficlor, a Mary and all persons having demands azamst said 1TILL, attend the several Courts of Middle Florida
    H.nvitt. The Uhite !ItiLi: bv Mrs S C Hall,
    the cneuies of its. xiuntrv and is resolved t i, diftiui Mvstene-fcof the hackwcxjds, bv 1. H Thorpe, author estate are requested to present then within two 1 1 and of Decatur Co_ ity, Cecrgia.
    Projrcss of -Late Government.Mt Tu! I'ii-n'r htrfter. edited I I.v Leigh Hunt.
    to the isle rf the last veteran the intcgritv ol tlit ol Tern Owtn, vears. from lie sth day of December IMS, or this January 3. IMP 24Tho
    ney i* said to be the SIKPW of w a. It mav beus territory and the natu nal I Lou ii.** \ Winter Gut for Ladies being instructions, ini Knights ol (tie Sea:. Three. Nights m a Lifetime, notice will be plead in bar of final recoverv | .
    The J -s'iifs, euitbv! t I. Lester,
    ,
    J. ff. Ilnr.
    nell applied lto *ht G head, l.rt/ke out into opeii; r.-wUi'.is! .11.il ttv .Kti ios Iiiisisg Field, Nich Pigelon, The Orange Girl t. 14%. 2J 2m ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L \W.IT -
    We ire gratified to learn that the tate lor t IKpas' 'Ihe \Veht E >rms, American \lmanaclor lSh' Albums Gold
    ofeiiict Print Cadet
    a- soon as the arrival ot Mr Slidell| vv.ii taadt kn AMI TILL continue to practice in the Superior and
    due the Trea UTT of the State of Honda Lovt and Murder I>iirbin' (servations the Pens, kc Itotirc. |
    jear at the head quarters ot Gen I Part-d.'a, who forthwith in SCHOOL BOOKS. 1 ? County Courts of Jefferson County, and :a the I
    are rapid) cumin; in. Last week \M noticed that issued his "pronunciamieiitu," or manifesto against East Ch'k's ta'sar, 1'lav fair's EuclidMove's SIX month after date, I shall present to the lion I Superior Courtof the Middle Distnct,and the Ccuntv -
    New Music Morse's New Geograpliv Parley's New National of Probate for Jefferson County final ,
    Penmanship for V. mv
    Paper m-
    'Ihii I j
    the Sheriff of Jefferson in all the State taies the pov eminent j ron'jnciair.tnto w ai reechoed of Columbia in the Extern Dfstrict
    paid hv th< fo-tification( and garrisoned towns as dow Ciirttins, llou.e Papr and P orders, ie. A.C Geographv Anthon's I Homer, Horace, Cicero, Sic account and vouchers as Administrator of 1'r ncisGa.st. Residence at Monticcllo, Jefferson County. All

    due Irom that Count_ During the past weeks the soon as received-the tram having lieen well lud lorsah bj PA. UAARI). 1'iillion English and Latin Grammars, late of said Countv, deceased, and shall then b'isii.e s entrusted with him, will be promptly attended I

    Sheriff* of the Countios \Vakulls.., Leon, Gadsden, antI tln- match no oonor apphiil than the exIlloelohi| Januarv 21, !1"4_ _27 '5 Latin IleaiUr, Latin Titer,, applv for letters of dismission as nh Admim to I

    Hin-lton, TranVlin. Jv.ks and I>utI, h4VC b'o't took place aimost siynuhtaiieotis1]v.all over I he eniiii- ..Sc firt Mwfai/ March next Emorsou's Arit'iinrtics! three part*. STEVENS BRIDGERS March 0 t, 151-I. 35HHDS .
    F.ck.eir Renders. three Angell Scries, Jefferson Januarv '%.
    of Mexico theverv 'at rf the parts Countv. 10, 1>>4 25 6m
    een s.
    ad made! trv Thecitv --
    fjri\nl their amount d IK respectively. Parede !MirirlP*. Sale.B1 Comstock's Phi ho-soi.liy, GfetnlenPsnthmetics, ideos.
    ivernment tl rowing wide its gate* ai soon a' -
    their settlements with the Comptroller ant TnavjTer sounded IJH f r"t b'i Je in its sPI..MS vallevnotwithstanding virtue of a writ if fieri fa< las, issued from the Vp Just ri-feived and for sale bvJamiarr I'or Sale.t I SIDES,jrarrantedc-i al to art in. market,

    We are inform J that the dues frora ... *rra! H. rr< ra h.d taken a'l tic pr -cautioui. C lerk'n oflkc ol lie Isle Superior Court for the-i 17. IM4 C'i P A \\W\RD WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the / landed from Scar Maria, from V,.w Crleara. and

    ether < ouritieill be in oa M it da\, It i' prt4tplcjaueto in Ins powtt for the .'i fnrt of tins lut sir,..s'.- I count of Ix-on Middlt District of I I-honda 1 wherein c1_ most approved English editions of standard for sale hv i: Iv. D4'RSEY) ,

    make the lItIpi l c notice, and the r.on was hold of his party I Indeed, lie lisd isis aiths..rit so Isaac \V. Mitclull i, I'iuinllfi aiid Irancis llolden Tax Collector'; Nofiec.T I works, consisting of about ore thousand volumes.I ; Nov 22 18 Corner pf Monroe and Clinton sip.
    arhitraiU asjt., give ,pist cnuse of ofien'to the citiien. and Evelini RI I H 1 lers, \dliiiiustrator of Robert L LiAVEthis day levied upon the following lots or j 'or particulars, apply to
    we hear of nogruio'ilinp atnon cJi titueii. in ie- "!7in7 upon tl I,.. ;public niinev without WTIrinfoflaw (',iC lari-1. deTcan, art clidaiits( I have livied trait of land Tin noilh wc t half of 5 the berth JOS E P.YTHEWOOD Aclmiui !raloi's !Notice.

    gird to the atnouit of taxes a'e3d. All a|>t a suspend i i lit- Jilxitv of th<- pre s, upon, and will expo-i fir salt ix'fore the Court eat qmrtcr( and tie north ea't bill of the northwest January Ii), is-IC.: 25 Ocilla, Jeflerscn Countv. SIX months after date, I iSaJl present i-v iccco"ti

    willing to contribute their share in beann? t. 'iurtheot 1.-wing forceil rontributio, and inal(-tieating and MoUst d xir. in III <-itv of allahaasee, on Mundavtbe quirtcr, Section twentv-one.. Township three. voucher, i.d make application to the Ju.'ge!

    cf State Government rendering u A- u Oi< Arresting mun of tin principal indivi JmU. Among st-euiot itt of March it\t, within legal! hours, Range rbree, containing on" hundred and sixty acres JUST RECEIVED BY J. R. FORTUNE, of Probate cf I.eon County for letter rf ditr.issicnas (5

    ..thrsIhe Archlush) was forced to fake r<-lugt- inTa t the f-blowing described (in'perty to.wit of Und. more or le's, and to be so d before the t ourt II1ID. New Orleans Sugar, Admnutrator on tne estate cf Bartholomew Es.
    a free and inae|>enJ %nt pt'ole.CerrejonJetiCe uhava, ai l\litsiile tf.Ifl ni'.4 If tr (the citv. Lot t ; No 2t I, ::2il.l J'n, 2:if;. l hing Biidlxinpin House door, in the 'own of Qumcv; on the first Mon- 1 I 2 Barrel No 1 Mackerel lick, deceased, cf paid C uotv.

    The news ol (tie rev 'lut ion rs.nlt..1 \'era Cruon the North addition ti the city of Tallahassee, togf day in July, InlM, lor the Coiiutv taxes due Gdilsden 6 Kegs fine Butter( JOHN MYRICK. Adui'r.

    of Ihe Flm t.han. the morn:ngof t''! e rM .1 t D.-remHer ad in a few (flier with tin' improvements thereon County forthev
    J-slO hour* th -reatter we were astounded bv th reports Levied upon[ as the property ol said defendant*, and (lie procrty of Malcom Gilc'in-it 2 doz Brandy Cherries,
    WASHINGTON CITT January 14. hcrtv be sold! to satisfy said writ of lien facia*. 1sshI('('.
    of the heavy g Jin of tin Castle as they gave a to JAMES A. McMILLAX, 2 barrels Dried Af pies,
    Our.Mexican .1Jfatrt Conpr -}*rnato Yulre, ret.ouse to the grito of their companion* of Potosi A. A. FISHER, Sheriff Quincx.Dec. 2J, ISlo 21 Co Tax Collector 1 doz Cox 4. AlcPherson's Cough Syrup A MEETING of the Stockholders of tie Union
    Floridahcon.. The fl. el- followed the example of the ( as Januarv 24, IvlO 11 Uv A. J. Fi.iirR, I). S. 1 1546. 24 Bank of Florida, will be hel 1 a! the Barking
    Collated election from January
    with House, in the city of Tallahassee en the first Mon-
    t1e, and asaluti- Iron the Steamer M Our relations with Mexico! seen to lute und. r- LAID FOR SALE. Not Ice. for the election of Director
    the Englnh flag at her fore and the Spanish al her 820 Reward. Jay in February,
    of AM desirous to sell Plantation on Lake Jackfon indebted to the estate of JOHN IV. HY L RUTGERS Cashier.
    thinking more my persons
    t'e not any al oto adhere to
    rie a change. t ere mizen, announced its determination I ALL ANA WAY from Plantation, M miles
    north of the 'if Tallaliassce deceased late of Leon my
    mile
    Crur about nine citv CountvFlor R January 3. IMP 24
    Mr Shdeh l In the of Vera occurred ,
    city
    supposed the promireiamicnto -t of Tallahassee the
    5th of
    trojUc in that quarter we east on Sep.
    heard of This with a.bou "On acres of cleared land Tins ida, will pleise call and make parment.or I shall
    vou procure a recoacilia ion, aud get California asa the only resistance we have I. farm I believe, is admitted to be one cf the most be compelled to proceed against them a* bv law directed tember, a negro boy, TOM, very dark complexion. Daucrt't'aia Picture
    garriioned two thousand troopsone un- *
    city is by with forehead and intt-lh
    peaked
    understand (the Mc\icau! want fertile the Stal< and has produced a* much cotton F. R COTTEN. a
    bonus
    but we their head, in
    now dred of (lila number, with a Colonel at countenance, a noted mark in the forehead ex 'Q. A. IMnfMTYRST
    gent
    hand the Southern Executor
    to S-bt The news that Mr Slidell has not been stood fast by thf government, took up their arm and and corn to the acre JM r as any in between theeebro'cs-s about 5
    us. down feet M J
    Thf la-t season an experiment was madein November 15, 191'. 17 2m tending ) ESPECTFULLY informs the citirens of Talla
    has caused a sensation, marched out of their barrack*, firing a wllev as they countrv inches high, and between .25 and 30 old
    10
    received by Mexico, quite the indifftrent of the or years | \
    the culture ol Sugar on most hassee and vici' .tf, that he has received apparatus
    who remained and killing
    tho a
    and the general opinion is, that Great Bnrain i' at t passed upon soldiers"e They then formed in cap the land, which had yielded ten crops of cotton and one iiw G3O3DS.STARR He was arrested and carried to jail m Thomasville on t for taking these pictures, and wilt be able to
    and two cf and made his
    j sin ft" of 29 acres, 2f> hogsheads of Sugar and the 10th or llth September, escape furnish them the latest and rvst improved style
    of r in
    the this strengthened should corn:
    and is
    bottom of consider what they their
    it opinion public iouare to course &. ELAGG arc now receiving Tllll the 15th or 16th ol September While in Jail,
    '( Molasses was made with a wooden on of the Rooms at Mr Demilly'a.
    Elliott I finding themselves oem their it rurele 1V* ga'lonsof of tiplf and Tniiry Dry Mr. Roach and art
    when I understand that the notorious Capt "ursue.-130t 10 J of ratoon which he stated he belonged to had since
    There i now acres ene, December 20, IMS. 22
    i* probably in Mexico I know not what will be against the popular current, they continued their mill will be desirable to a Miller 1 he clean land Goods. Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, been supposed to have been arrested m Alligator,and
    rv
    to say were permitted to do so, vf Wooden Ware, Iron, Groceries, Provisions. &c
    Nothing march, and *t range the horizontal and has made his escape. While there he called himself Just flecclxeal.
    the course of our Government in this matter unmolested into the open country has been cultivated on but little plan from, cultivation which they w ill sell low for CASH OR COTTON John, and stated that he belonged to Col Murat J R. FORTUNE a fresh swonly r' new erd
    QY
    will ba done until more it certainly known it Paredes m now mUlCt of the capital l and of who the sustained. It comparatIvelY is now in fine heat and injury tilth and is capable November 1, IMS l.r Cvr The above reward will be given to any person apprehending Jj fuhionahle Prints, Mcxislain! d'Lairs.Casrircres.

    uexpected that Mr Slidtll'will immediately return eruntrr The administration of Gen. Hrrrera. of producing a< much as it did when grat said slave Tern,on delivering him to me, Clack and chan-eabl Alpaca. Fancy Fl.d Girham,
    succeeded Santa Anna, having continued just one Cash Advances.r in Jail in either of the adjoining counties of furniture Calico Brown Linen Table
    to the United States, and that our army will occupji arrival of MrSlidell cleared J'eiMns desiring such an estite, are requested or Dlaced bein'ifnl style ,
    the
    year '-To show you how much to examine it. The terms of ale will be \\ E LLOYD will make liberal Caih advances CHAS. L, POWELL Ditper Plaid and Smp*J Lin.sv. and Kersey,
    the Rio
    : : Grande I
    i Tos.tioa on crisis
    had to do with bringing things to a liberal t v on Cotton shipped to his friends in New January 3, 1846. 34 tf onecatn certlemeirti fine lined a-idhonrd rbc ettBrocan -

    i rcij rry little of interest doing in Congress extract the following paragraph from the manifestoof extremely JOHN. SHEPARD.Jiruarr York or New Orleans The Sivannah Georgian will pl M. copy fair : al o. fine Mat saile* Qn
    tow ; tnoch buiinecn ha been commenced is t lath the garTi onof Tampico announcing tW ..dhemnn 24, ltS 2? 4t Ortooer 4, 14 U time*. avid forward bill to this otes. 1. 1S43. II

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    2Jo iSURGEON: (tJ lli!! 9 o- LEON- IER FF'S SALES.Sale 1 WILLIAM H. WARD ----lfw s--UMES--- WF.: LLOYD will make liberal Cath advances CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTy

    ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT DEALERS IN Cotton to his friends in New To SPRING TIRM, 1945.
    DENTIST shipp
    Sale Monday, 2d February, 184U. City Washington D. C. Drug,Medicines, Paints, Oils, York or New Christian Bless, )
    taken rooms at J. L. DE III.LY'S. and may October 4,1845. 11 vs. > Petition to foreclose a _
    he will attend mortgu
    T ESPECTFULLY that Claw
    HAS ShcrI '* 8ale.Y ) announces Toilet Article, 4e., Window ,
    found there at all times unless professional-: JlV to the prosecution of Claims before the !even1Exeutn'e Pefumer In the Circuit Court of the Middle CIr William R. Perry.J
    y enl1:1:: ed. virtue (f a writ of lien facias, issued from of the Government, and PAINER" AND COLOR, cult of Florida. defendant and all persons interested are here
    November 15, 1I5. 17 3m the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the claims against Departments the United States for Lands or Money, Apothecaries Glass Ware Ac IN CHANCIBT. THE notified that the petition in the above cu

    Countv of Leon Middle Circuit of Forida. wherein to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims be- above hand and for sale at the was this day filed in the office of the Clerk of the
    A TNELALN] ) ) : ], John Miller i is plaintiff, and Louis Ho i, I fore Commissioners under Indian or other Treaties, THE market constantly on IN HAMILTON COUNTY. Circuit Court for Jefferson County Middle Cirt.
    I have levied and will for sale,before prices.
    FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. upon expose of Tallahassee to Pre-emption and other Land Claims,and to the John F. Smith, ir Forida. and are hereby required to file obje.
    the Court House door, in the city ,on
    New-Orleans, La. Monday, the 2d day of next, within procuring of Land Patents, to Pensions in the Army ALSO in store a great variety of articles for family ,. > Bill for Divorce. any they have,according to law. Said mortgage
    hours the February ,to.wit Il"gl and N"v or business connected therewith to the use, Pickles Olives, Capers, Macaroni Vermicella Sarah Smith. ) is on the following property, to-wit: a certain
    REFERENCE t The. following of Redemption de.ribe property the said Hoc obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful Inventions ; Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Citron Prunes Almonds, TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Judge by tract or parcel of land,lying and being in the County

    Col. WIIA.IA.M BAlLET Jefferson County, defendant Epuity, in and to lots No. 7 and No.Luis. NorthWest and to all other business of a public nature re Rose and Peach Waters, Sperm Candles, 4.C. JL the affidavit of the complainant's Solicitor that of Jefferson, and adjoining the town of Monticello

    J.un. KIRKSKY Ea 1", Tallahassee. of the city of Tallahassee. quiring an Agent. AN ASSORTMENT OF the defendant is a non-resident of the State of Florida on the South, and fronting the roa leading to Pal-
    DANIEL LAPP, Esq., Newport. Levied Addition the of defendant,and Claims against individuals promptly attended to, ,residing in the State of Georgia: It is ordered, mer's Mill, measuring eighty ((82) feet front,
    December 0, 1S45. 20 3m to be sold upon to I said property writ of fieri sid facias. titles investigated, Jtc. eAmDJXmm] That the said defendant do appear and answer tad two hundred ((200) feet South from raid road, and
    satisfy A. A. Information given free of charge. All letters to bi within four months, or the same shall be adjoining Christian Bless on the West,and known as

    JOHN UHSItlNC.: J. W. nSIER. Shuif.fv be post-paid. November, J 815. 19 confessed; Provided, That due publication b I the lot on which Samuel C. Craft J"e in the yea
    I
    WOD. made of this order in some printed in Dated 27th November. .
    ATTORNEY AT LAW 3, IS40. 21$ REFERENCES : newspaper 1344. 195.McCANTS
    January Hon. A. S. WHITE, U. S. Snate 8350: REW ARn. Circuit once a week for four months successively.Dated ; SPENCER.Solicitors .

    Quiucy, Florida. E.: A.HANNEGAN, PHOCJLAMATION. 24th October 1845.THOMAS. (or Petitioner.
    attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden Sale postponed till Monday,Vitf February. Aiex. BARROW, A DOUGLAS, Judge.M. December 6. 1345 2m

    WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida She rUTs Sale. JAMI.S SEMPLE, O'BRIEN, Complainant's Solicitor. -

    aad: the Courts in the adjacent Couatics of Georgia. >V virtue of a writ of fieri issued from theCkrk's D. R. ArcnibON A true copy from the minutes. NEW GOODS.WF. .

    November 22, IS 15. 19 tfC:1 B office of the facas. for t lie countyof C. ASHLY, J. S. MARION, Clerk. LLOYD has just received per Casktt and

    ::: Sentinel cop). Leon. Middle Circuit of Florida,wherein William J. J. HARPIN, of Illinois- November 15, 1545. 1 4m from New York,

    I P. Watson is plaint! .and Albertson i is defendant S. A. DOUGLAS, Pieces Tucker, Cooper t Co. DaRin
    f REWARD 10
    : olic c. 82OO
    Administrator's I have levied upon, and will expose (or 8ale, WILLIS GREEN, of Kentucky. Sea Island .

    A LL persons indebted to the estate of Jesse.Good.iV before the Court House door, in the city of Tallahassee JOHN PETTIT,of Indiana. PROCLAMATION 5 Bales Gunny Cloth,

    mm, late of Jefferson County, deceased. will on Monday, 5th day of January next within S. C. SAMPLE, 10 Coil Rope,
    mike immediate payment to the subscriber: ; and legal l hours the following described p'ropt'rty.to-w it: C. B. SMITH, Cases Russet BroaD

    those having claims against said estate must present Lot No. 1 Ii. situated, lying\ and being in the original J. WRIGHT, 4 Kerseys
    STATE OF GEORGIA
    them for payment to the Administrator within th. plan of the city of Tallahassee.Levied J. B. BOWLIN of Missouri.: : 1 Bale Negro Blankets,

    time required by law or they will be bared of recov upon as the property of said (defendant and J. M. HUGHES t By George W. Crawford, Governor of laid State. 25 Barrels Flour

    ery.* SMITH SIMK1NS: : to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias. t HENRY DODGE of Wisconsin. TTAVING received information that a murder was 50 Kegs Nails,

    Sheriff and ex officio Administrator. Nov. 2S, 1S45. .A. A FISHER, Sherif April l'', 1S13. 33 -- Jfl committed on the first day of August in tie SmitlisBellows,Anvi.,&,Oanaburgs.Sheetings: .
    Jefferson., Fla., NOT 22, 1S15.: IS 2rnCOMMISSION fJCj-: The above sale has been pstpone ---- things----and- hold- fast--that- which- -la- ood.' County of Lowndes.upon the body of Samuel Maul- Shining, Linseys, and Laguin Cc.fu,

    day the 2d day of February nft ol-rvaU den, by DAVID W. KING: ,who! .Ie from justice BY WM.: D. MOSELEY, Sperm Candles Winter Strained Lamp Oil, "c

    STo !&! 22.LBE25J9: I have t thought proper to issue t hlj.1) proclamation Governor of the State of Florida. October 4, 1S-I5. 11CIGARS.
    Sale postponed till Monday 2J February.Sheriff' offering a reward of ONE: HUNDRED DOLLARS to

    MERCHANT Sale. _I any person or persons 'ho. may apprehend and deliver WHEREAS I DEUSO has been certified white to me that. PRINCIPECIGATtSoth.ollow-.
    a man, imprisoned
    Levee said fugitive fromjustice to the SherilF Jailorof
    Front 000
    No. 4. BY virtue of a writ of fieri arias,heretofore issued Lowndes County. in the Jail of the County of Escambia, in the 26, ing choice brands-
    NEW-ORLEANS: L 1&. the Clerk's office of the Court Florida accusation of having
    Superior for And I do,moreover,charge and all officers, Western Circuit of on an Justo Sanz, Constant, and Del Vapor
    \T7ILL attend to BUYING;, SELLING: RECF.IVV : -- the County of Ln. Middle District of Florida.hcreiuThomas .. rf'IIESE PILLS, whertver they have been fairly civil and military, to be vigilant in require endeavoring to feloniously murdered DANIEL WILLIAMS in S/Xtt Havana Regalia

    \ ING: and FORWARDING, with promptness \. is plintif.and Bcnjjnin JL trie. have established an enviable celebrity, apprehend the said King, i in order that he be this State,escaped from said Jail on the night of the 5,000) .0 Pimav n,
    and despatch. G. Waring i is defcn-lanf, I le'io upoi l. and and superceding all other preparations of tried for the offence with which he stands may 7th of September, 1845, and is now a fugitive from 10.000 Imperials.
    November <*. 1S45. 16) will expose for sale before the Court House door, in medicine, in curing those diseases for which they are I GIVEN under my hand and the:charge.great sal justice and supposed to be lurking in swamps in the 10,0 Tulipana..

    the city ol Tallahassee on the first Monday in Jan recommended. They! are recommt nded by thefac. I of the State at the Capitol,in Milled Western District. 10,000 Trabucos.
    Notice.I << uary next, ithin legal hours, the following described silly as the best cathartic all) aperient medicine in *" *. this 15th day of A. D.-, I do hereby by authority of law, offer the above Just received and for sale byP.
    week after date, I nhall: apply to the Hon. property negro slaves, to-wit : use. In tine, the general oice of the communitygive 'I vie.1 GEORGE Sptember.. reward of Two Hundred Dollars, for his apprehension A. HAYVTARD.
    SIX '! K. Broome Judge c>f Probate for Leon S.m. Dido l.i77a. June and Jack. them the decided preference, and from their decision By the Governor; : and delivery to the Jailor of the County of Es November 1,1845. 15

    C..uity. for letters of Administration, on the estate Levied upon as the property of said defendant,and there is no appeal. N. C. BARNETT, Secretary of St4c.DESCRIPTION. cambia in the city of Pensacola. And all officersand
    ed. to be sold to satisfy" said writ of lien tacia. The folu\ill is from Mr. Isaac M. Thomas, merchant citizens are hereby required to aid in his arrest, M'CANTS & SPENCER.A''TOUNEYS ,

    WILLIAM; T. FLRRILL- U"'. 13, IS 15. 21 A. A FISHER, Sheriff. Talallc:;a Springs, Alabama. : according to law. AT LAW.

    December 6, tlfl.: 20 Cw 5tJ- The above sale has been postponed until the LLAVEGA SPRING", Talladega Co., ) The said King is about twenty-three years of aee, Given under my hand and the great sea of said
    frt Monday in February, Dxt.Sherif's Alabama. Auu'u t 17,1-1. 3 thin visage, swarthy complexion blue eves, dark Stateat the Capitol, in the Talla- \\flLL practice in the Courts of the Middle Di.
    this 5th day of Octeber, A D.15.a5. VV and Court of and in th*
    trict the Appeals
    NEW BOOKS &,C. This is to certify that I have betn with hair has a down look and is about six feet high.In .EAL.] buse.
    and of the independence of the United lower Office at
    Counties of
    Salo. sick headache, dyspepsia, and liver complaint and addition to the Governor's reward we will Georgia. Monhclo
    subscriber has just received per Brigs Meta- costiveness for the last eight or nine years, during pay States the 70th year, and of Florida the 1st Fla. Spt. 21. 1&-.
    TilE Y virtue of a writ of lien facias, from the $250 DOLLARSfor
    and assortment
    anc Sampson a large splendid 1 which time I had taken ao well I recollect, about year.
    of the following articles: Clerks office of the Circuit Court for tll'connt sixty boxes of Beckwith's a twelve boxes of Peter's the delivery of David W. King to any one of us, W. D. MOSELEY J. L. Tonipkin
    of Leon Middle Circuit of Forida. Pils. the Sheriff Jailor of Lowndes County. Governor of Florida. ATTORNEY AT LAW
    SCHOOL BOOKS ) Pills, and a number (" es of Champion'sand or or
    or every variety mid here f:>rmlrly1 generallyused upon lately dl"f'off"rCh'slre. a certain Brandreth's Pills, all of which atford me but ABRAHAM IULDE' Tallahassee,October 10, 1S45.- I QUINCY. FLORIDA.T .
    cause pending, wherein the Receivers of the
    in schools toset'ter with many new works on Southern Life Insurance and Trust little or no relief. At last, I was recommended to JAMES N. B. The said John Henderson is. about five feet "I7ILL practice in the several Courts of the Mid-

    Gso5raphy, Grammar, Arithmetic&.C., &.C. and Adam Gramhlin and Company others, are try Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills:, AND WELL I DID* THOMAS J. DENMARK, seven inches high,short buil,short,roundface.li/b V Y die and Apalachicola Districts,and in the adjoining
    are
    BLANK: BOOKS (omplinants., have levied and:will for for I never had but one attack of the sick headache MALICHI GROOYER.JOII hair, fair complexion, burt. Counties of Georgia.

    Of e"er'size' an-1 description, warranted of gnod 3 3mtemlaV.d sale, before the Court House upon door, in the expose city of after I comml"nce taking the Pills (now about six LEE abut 160 pounds, age about 36 )years, a German. by February 11545. 2 eowly _
    J. S. GROOVER. wife at -
    has
    I confer that I derived ,and a residing YelRiver.
    at suh l Grooversville, Ga., Oct. 1.1, [25] 146m 15,15.
    1S45. October
    ,
    ch.s: : eschre.: : On the first Monday in February next, rtal benefit from the use ot Spencer's Pills 1 SIBLEY & FERGUSON.
    PAPER. within lezal l hours, the following described than from all the other Medicines and Pills thit I /CHARLES S. SIBLEY & ISAAC FERGUSON,
    property Cash Advances.
    Foolscap: and Letter Papers, from $2 50 to $7 50( to wit: have ever taken and I wou1 earnestly recommendthem O Jr., having associated themselves in the practiceof

    per ream. A new article of v, ry thin letter (paper .The north east quarter of the south west quarter TO ALL, as being my opinion the bet medicine J. R. FORTUNE law will attend the several courts of the Middle
    to S1it tie new po5ta law, of French and Americn northwest quarter of the south vest in use for all linerinl complaints. The Pills MTOOTIiAGHEDR. I District of Florida, the courts of Jackson county in
    mnufa-ture C.ipVrapin! Rlottins, Envelope half of he north west quarter west(astqlarl'r.of the north" have lone me so good, that I would not feel IS prepared to advance on COTTON consigned to the A Apalachicola District,and of Decatur county,,

    Tissue, Copyiiz: Note and Billet Papers. east quarter, al(,section 2.t. township two north willing to be without them for five dollars a box : Messrs. FRANKLIN. &HENDERSON, New Or Georgia.
    and I cannot but feel to Dr. LACOUNTS VEGETABLE TOOTH-ACHE
    grateful leans.
    STATIONERY.Perns : : range one ; containing in two hundred andforty very Spencer (JO-Office Quincy, Florida.Oct. .
    ( al. for having such a valuable medicine, and ELIXIR a certain and immediate cure in all October 25. 1'45 14
    -GillottV,Wright's;:; %Vi nd1ei!! and other Steel (2"(() acres, more or :; together with all pu'pare l4,1S44.-12
    Pens. Silver Pens, G.ild Pen", with case, the best article and singular, the buildings, improvements, rights, the is conferring a very great favor cases, however severe giving relief in a very few NEW BOOKS. t
    on the public as it is a thing of the utmost impor- minutes, and that, too, without any injury to the
    rainufactured Q-ull of all kink Black H'd. privileges, and whatsoever 131. JSLlBiUlHlJSsJa.
    appurtenances
    iht.rtie. tance that family should} have of Dr.Spencer's Teeth or Gums. It the of enlivening DOMESTIC ECONOMY an Encyclopedia ,
    supply possesses property IITEBSTER'S
    ;
    Blue ail Copun.* I Inks, R truly valuable Pills constantly on hand. the Gums when in a morbid ,state and of restoring V V comprising such subjects, a are Auctioneer & Commission
    :>> Wafers Scaling: Wax Sand Bo\e% Ink Stands. J'viLo upon a the property of said defendants,
    Pounrc Boxes Wafer Cu;)*. Sh t Tups. Pen R.icks and to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias, issued ISAAC M. THOMAS- a healthy and vigorous action. most immediately connected with housekeeping, a in Hayw ard's Building recently occupied
    Price 2-: cents with full directions. UJ'Price: 50 cent phial with full directions.For Furniture Servants Fermented Liquors STORE
    Box : ,
    : per per Edifices,
    India Black under and virtue of said Fo his best services
    Pin HoM J-i. Rulcr-i. Red Tan-, : Rubber bv 0 Starr ,
    where
    : dtt. I'or in Tallahassee by LEWIS & AMES sole sale in Tallahassee by LEWIS &. AMES sole Dress, Carriages, &c.. by Thos. le3rs. &Fag
    Sand Folders, Card Racks, Bill Files, Lead Pencils, A. county.December'27 sae & be above line.
    AFISHER.SherifofLeon may
    kc. Agent: SAMUEL: PEULMTOX, Monticello; J. L. Agents; SAMUEL. PUELESTO.V Monticello; J. L. Webster,and Mrs. Parkes with nearly IXJ engrav- March 22, 1635. 35
    Letter Stamps, : 23li. SMALLWOOD, Quincy and may be found on enquiry SMALLWOOD,Quincy,and may b found on enquiry in -
    MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.A in almost all the towns and villages in the State. almost all the towns and villages in the State. ings.The Wandering Jew complete in 2 vol's., price IS. W.AUCTIONEER m
    She riff's Sale.B .
    creat variety of new nook'l.0.tJ, and SUnd-: June 1.t. 1545. 47 6m June 14. 1345. 47 6m 621 cts. I< r1
    ard Works,with a most splendid assortment of Bibles! y virtue of a writ of fieri facia*. from the The Elements of Morality, including Polity, by AND MERnj T,

    Prayer Books, Annuals, &c.CU'TLERV.. ClcrVs office of the Circuit Court for the Wm. Whewell, M. D. ; 2 vol's. CORNER MONROE AND : ,]
    county of Leon Middle Circuit of F1.rida. issued I COUGH LOZENGESDR. The Journal of the Texian Expedition against TALLAhASSEE FLA.

    H)ders, CroOke.ostelh.lm's Knives; Pen upon a certain decree, pronounced in a certain cause Mier, by Gen. Thos. J. Green.

    Pocket, Prunim Huntinz, Dsk and Ladies Miniature ; in chmf'ry.ltely. pending in said. court wherein COUGH LOZENGES are now ra- Durbin's Observations in the F.st. 2 vol's. FOR SALE,
    Knives Razors, Scissorsc.. B.rt. i.c., is complainant, and JUL.S evervtother in Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara,. by the Rev. GOOD TERMS, A VALUABLE TRACT OF
    aup ON
    Edward Loockerman. and others, are defendant. I preparation Wolf D. D. L. L. D. \ LAND of 960 350 cleared
    FANCY GOODS, &c. have levied and for sale. the relief of coughs colds,asthma,whooping cough, Joseph ; : acres, commanding
    upon wil expose &c. a healthy situation the Miccosookie set
    NEW
    Tortoise Shel Purl and Silk Velvet Card Ca'N. Court Hou from SI 5) l within described to the for the of Chills and Price 25 cents per Box, with ( directions. Only Fiddler, .
    Pursss, lUir llrtishe .Tcoth Brushes, :Nail and Comb l legal hours, the following pro- public cure ul H. B.
    Bruhel. Gold Pencil.. Silver d.)., Gold Thimbles, per v, 1n'5. to wit: Fevers. Wherever they have been used they have For sale in Tallahassee by LEWIS. AMES, sole The Merchant Daughter, The Fright, The Expectant 20, lS45. 9 WAR.Sptember .
    Silver R'lspender Buckles the best quality of Needles! Maria Peeey and Mary.Levied invariably)' given the most decided and unequivocal Agents; in Quincy, by J. SMALLWOOD; in ,by Miss Ellen Pickering; Amaury.by Alex. O prem 1

    Ivory and Buffalo. Horn Dressing Combs, Enfeop's. upon as the property). of said d.endilnts. satisfaction. The testimony exists on every side Monticello, by SAMUEL PEULESTON, and may Dumas; Agathonia by Mrs. Gore ; Three Nights ina Notice.
    Motto Seals and Wafers Paper laniins. Bord.r. and to be sold to sitisfy said writ of fieri facias, issued throughout this vast cOntrfrom the LOG CABIN be found generally in the stores throughout the State. lifetime. Groves of Blarney, The Only Daughter, months after date, I shall my accounts

    Plain and Figur.nl Green pipers ( Curtains under and by said decree. of the western wilds: to the CITY PALACE of the HULL'S Mansfield Park ; Te Hoy't and Butler Correspondence SIX vouchers and apply to the present Hon. Judge of

    Purcussion Caps English and French Po\\dtr. A. A. FISHER Sheriff of Leon county.December millionaire-there are thousands of witnesses to the &.C., &. Date for Jefferson County for letters of dismission Pro

    nab, Game Bass, Cun Tickets, Label, Thermometer 27, 1S45.- 23idaSliertIr'a unrivalled efficacy of Ibis invaluable medicine. I Just received, by Bug Ann Eliza and for sale by Executor of the estate of David Hart, late of laid
    Playing, Visiting, Printing and Dr. Busby's generally cures the Chil'and Fever the first day, WORM LOZENGES I P. A. HAYWARD. a County,
    and does not sicken disagreeable Tallahasse. Dec. 13, 1S45. 21-tf deceased.JAMES
    C.Js. Chipman's Razor" Strops! lont's. Guitar and Sale. st.ma'h or produce any HART Executor.
    Violin Strings, New :Music! for ; Guitar &,c. tirtue' of a writ of fieri facias, issued from sensation in the system. Obstinate casesof ; Have proved in more than 1500 cases infallible. It October 4, 1945. 11 6m
    with a creit veariety of other goods too numerous BY Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the CHILLS and FEVER when other lrpparlion' is c-stiniated that 1OO.OOO children die annually o1r\ [ 1

    5. to mention. county (If I.on. Middle Circuit of Florida: wherein have failed, have jicldcd at cure to a from the effects of' worms alone. Parl"nt cannot be Notice.
    rOOK BINDING John B. Tailor i.* plaintiff, and II. T. Copeland'd Hull's Pills without any disposition of a return. too particular to observe symptoms, and administera Annuals for 1846.- THERE came to my plantation on the St. Mark's
    In all its branches .Haled and Bound 1(order administrators arc defendants I have levied upon They require no jiithing-it is unworthy of them. safe and effectual worm-etroyinl medicine, be- THE Leaflets of Memory, Nature's Gems, at a place known a the 'Natural Bridge,*

    of any size or stvle required,old Books re-bound and will expos$ for sale at public outcry, for cash, The Medical Faculty are now prescribing them with fore the little sufters a prematuregrave. Opal, Friendships Offering, on the 22d of April last, a negro man, some twenty
    &.C. before the Court House door,at Tallahassee. } Inp'umplcd'llcr,'!'. not only in Chills ant Fettr, !< be found more effectual than Rose of :Sharon Boudoir Annual years of age,badly dressed, has a large scar upon his
    ALSO, for sale a Copying Presf, price Pio.P. I On .Monday, the teeond (fa.I of February next but in feversof all t>pes, trades and character, and there LuGF.which are as pleasant to the tasteas The May Flower, Forget Me Not Ladies lbum, right cheek, is rather slothful and stupid speaks the

    A. HAYWARD. within I legal hours, the following described property consider them the must safe and harmless yet the : chilren will cry for them and eat them Moss Rose, Christian's Annual, The Amulet, India language and seems to know very little of
    November 15. I*'S. 17 to wit : mo>t (t'rtl and prompt .Frbrfugf( that can possibly with avidity.A The Jewel The Hyacinth, plantation labor ; said boy i is stoutly built, some five

    Betty negro woman aged 50 years ; Arthur, a be administered in the remediate management of fresh supply just received and for sale in this Scenes in the life of our Savior, fee four inches high, calls his name John, and

    Commissioners Sale under Decree boy,aged 12 "(a!. Also, Lots No. 5*. in the old Fe\er peculiar tothis country. Fll1 directions for city by LEWIS & AMES Sole Agents, Khakspeare's Gems, Fairy Land, says that he was bro and raised among the Indians.So .
    in C'haiircry. plan of the city Tallahassee, and 90, north addition accompany each box. Price Dola. Also"for sale in Quincy by J. L SMALLWOOD, and English and American Prayer Books, Bibles and soon a the negro came upon my premises and
    and by virtue of a Decree in Chancery, ,'with the improvements thereon. Levied uponas "For sale in Tallahassee b) LEWIS& MI. sole by SAMUEL PUELESTON, Monticello. 1i elanit. in splendid bindings, &c., &.c. related the above story,I made known the fact to the
    UNDER on the 27th November, 1S44, in a cer the property of said defendants to satisfy said writ Agents; inQuin'y.JISMALLWOOV; Monticello, June 14, 145. 46 Cm for children. Also, Toys of almost Justice of the Peace in my neighborhood. No commitment

    tin case lately |pending in the Superior Court of of fieri (a ia' SAMUF.L : :, may hI on enquiry every description suitable for presents for children having ben made for his apprehension and
    Salt Suit !
    Middle District of Florida, for the County of A. A. FISHER Sf'rif generally at all the stores throughout the State. for Christmas and New Year. For sale by delivery to jail negro has ever since and is still

    Gadiden, between James Gibson ComplainantandJohn By W. FISHER, June 14, 1S45. 47 6m LXJ200 A f\\\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT Dec. 13, 1945.- 21 P. A. HAYWARD.On at my place,and any person who has lost a boy of the
    M. W. Davidson defendant ; the undesigned December 26. 1 S 15. 23tdsSheriff's Turks Island do. above description, can prove and identify the same

    Commissioners appointed therein HOW TO GET HEALTH. For sale by W. F. LLOYD. Consignment. according to law, and will pay all the expenses in
    October 4, ISIS. 11
    WILL EXPOSE FOR SALE, Sale. fTMIOUSANDS of continue to cure themJL I CASK Sugar cured Hams, ,Tea, Rice, cured by me, can get him at any time.C. .
    virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias i issued from persons Administrator's Notice. J. Candles, Soap,Mackarel, Sugr Sugar, Flour, E. COOPER.
    Before the Court House door ii. the Town of Quincy BY selves of Colds, Coughs, Headaches, RheumaticAffections July 2G. 1
    the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for 15-5 6m
    the
    ,on Monday the second day of February next, the Small Pox Measles Costiveness, Influenza QIX months after date the Administrator Cheese, Crackers, Vinegar, Mustard. Pepper,
    fullowinz described property, to wit : County of Leon Middle Circuit of Forita.wherein and the host of those indications of the body ) ) of all and !inb'lr.undtri/ne and tenements Spice,Ginper.Nutmegs,Dried Apples and Peaches, New York City-Xo. ISi Broadway.

    Lots Numbers: three and four with the improvement Thompson and Hazier are plaintiffs George of the blood being out of order simply by persrveringly goods and chate-It. rights and credits, which Buter and Onions, for sale by
    is have and will JAMES J. BIRGE
    thereon, situate l lyins and being in the Town Young for C.fendant.1 the Court House upon in expose the using Braudrtlrtabl Universal Pills, were of David deceasedwill present his accounts December 1845.. 21 R. H. BERRY. ,
    ( door
    of Q uncy in sid County of Gadsden, and on which so long as any symptoms of derangement in any or. and vouchers to the lion Judge of Probatefor AIL]
    of : the 2nd of Feb.
    the defendant now resides. Also, one jot of land City Talaha'.onIonday day gan remain. Olten, by adopting this course, which Lon County for a final settlement of his ac Family Flour. containing one and i acres more or less, situate and ruary nex. 1 hour. the following desciibcd experience has proved according to Nature, it being ( ; and will then ask to be discharged from his 50 BARREL FAMILY FLOU.received by HAS ta\ and FRANKLIN store, between HOUSE the CITY
    Ivinz in Section six Township!) two Range three 'propcrtv.towit: merely assisting her, have many in a few day been said Administration. JOAB WILLIS- Maia,from on consignment where hu
    Lot No. 5, sea29r.. 2, R. 1. N. and W., con Shooner Oleas. will keep on hand a choice selection of
    North and West, in the county aforesaid arid adjoining restored heahthwh'but for Brandreth's Pillshad September 13, 1S45. 8 CmIn sale by E. FRElCI
    said lots three and four above described.Also tiling one bundre and twenty-five a'res. also been sick for months. The value of this medicineis Nov. 22. 18 Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. AND ENGLISH CLOTHS ,
    UDt.rl
    one : and ten feet of the south end of E. i, Sec. 3 t. 2, R. 1, N. and W., beyond price. Jefferson CArui Court. INGS, &c. He would respectfully solicit a continuance -

    lot "hundrf fortytwo,with the improvements thereon containingeighty and acres. WHEN BODY IS SUBJECT TO MANY STATE: OF FLORIDA-JEFFERSON COUNTY. Family Hams. of the patronage of his Florida friends, believing -
    TiE
    situate lying and being in the Town of Quincyin Levied upon a the property of slid defendant,and changes, it requires ineilirine. Daniel T. ; ssumpsit by atachmt'nt, IIHDS. FAMILY HAMS, small sizes, and a superior he will b enabled to give them the most entire
    S fieri Lingo, 2 satisfaction.
    to be sold to said writ of fads j : '
    ; said County of G dden.> Also the following negro satisfy Sudden changes from very hot, chilly weather F al T rm. & article,for sale private sale by
    lives, viz: Sandy aged about thirty j('as; Coll in, A.J. W.A. FISHER, SJ.eif. S. are unfavorable to health; and it is a fact. universal) Injamin"... Waten. }J for $10 81. a E. W. DORSEY, April 5, 1S45. 37

    aged al out nineteen; Lucy, ae about thirty years, Tallahassee By aJmiUe.that heat and moisture are \ Damages $" Nov. 22. IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. New, Extensive and Splendid
    and her four children Hft), l about forty-five 2De., 1515. 23-td. producing diea.and that constant dry and constant THE and all others interested are hereby
    I' year; Mong, aged about forty-eight; Nella, a man wet weather are both favorable to its genera. of the institution of the above suit by Extra Family Flour. ASSORTMENT OF

    about fifty-five; Jim, are-l abut forty-eight; M. 'O 0 tion; it does nut signift what we call it: it may beagiac attachment, and required to appear and plead to the EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,just ae, aged about forty-eight; Dilcey,aged about forty ATTORNEYAND, COUNSELLOR AT LAW : it may be bilious fever; it may be yellow fever declaration therein filed, according to law.RICHARD 50 BARRE Schr. Maria, from New Orleans subscribers are now fine,

    !far; Linda aged about twenty years. ; Rachel, .ul-r. Hamilton County, Florida ; it may be dnlaf'; it mayberheumatisro; it II. SHACKLEFORD.1ontitt10. the above Flour was selected by one of the city inspectors THE of CLOTHS, receiving a VEST-a* ort-
    azed about tw nt.i 'e4r; Cat aged about November 22, 1645. IS may be ; may b cholic; it nay be constipation October 10, 1945. Att'y. for Pl'trT. and warranted to be equal to any of the they are C.SSLERf,1 in
    about ) ; of the bowels; may be inflammation of ', 1S45.' 13 3m Northern IlGS"hich mautacare
    fifty
    years; nAn) aged tuncty yearn Betsey ( brad. Received on consignment,and for manner. Also of
    aged about fntnus; four mules, two horst.oue Caution.IflRE.SPAS.SERS the stomach; it may be a nervous affection; but still : sale at piivate by E. DORSEY, abe ,a large supply

    Road \V on. (art.onc Buggy, one Sulkey, on Lot NO i. Section NO. 31$, it is a disease, and a disease: curable by the Brandreth'li THEREBY give notice, a the law enacts, to all Nov. 22. IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. READY MADE CLOThING,

    one Corn Mill 25 head hogs more or I less, I I head JL Township No. I, South of Range No. 11 East, because they remove all impurities from the legatees and persons entitled to distribution (made up by ourselves,)in the latest style consisting
    utensil of all that in manner feed the further of the estate of JOHN W. deceased
    of cattle more c.r I less, farming consisting body, c.1 any COTEN. Whiskey. in of
    are notified that they will be dealt with rigidly part
    S ploughs, axesbocs. &c.. and l.uhold. and kitchen hereby progress of the malady ; no matter how called; thus t late of Leon. County. teir BARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKEY
    at law. PAUL McCORMICK.Dec. just Frock, Dress and Business
    Coat
    the claims and demands will barred at the 50 I
    these pills are not only most proper m.dicinr. b expiration
    furniture. landed from Maria from New
    27lh.I_ l'13.___23 t the medicine that need of two from this unless exhibited to Shr. Orleans, Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and
    TERMS O" SALE, personal estate to be sold (or = but generally only or ought to years me and for sale at private sle at a advance to close Ds Coat.
    cash; for the real estate i cash,and the other i pay. Sale.-TWO FINE HCGGnS. be used. within the same.. F. R. COTTEN, the invoice. I mal. DORSEY, Cloak Overcoats Tweed, Sa
    abe in 12 months from the day of sale with legal kFor ith Harness, for Cash, at Norther TO THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TENDS Executor. Nov. 22. IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. Beaver Bus. Coats. ,.
    (, and tolsecurc by mortgage on the pronerlv. TO PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE. DISEASES.This .- November 15, IS 15.: 17AdminIstrator's Plain and Fancy Veitr,

    CLARK &STILLMAN. class of individuals ar( numerous. They are ADVANCES ON COTTON Black and figured Satin SilK, Cashmere, Valencia.
    ISAAC R. HARRIS ? November 1. 1545. IS those who work in an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers .Notice. and Silk Velvet.
    HUDSON MUSE, Jt-ommrs. workmen in feather stores,stone culEu.haker<, ALL persons indebted to the estate of Eldred Sim. TO NEW YORK AND LIVE RPOL.
    15. 1".4.: 22-Ids.3LAW Dr. Hull's I"ti I in o nary Ilalsaui, white Int manufacturers,are all more or less subject late of Jefferson County, deceased, will & FLAGG will make CASH ADVAN PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

    J1embr For (Cough, Colds, .f"lmal Croup, Bronehitut, to ( 'according to their strength of constitution. make immediate payment to the subscriber; and those STARR on Cotton consigned to their in ALSO-A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF -

    5 K0EM1B. H 7m.ping-Cougi, Influenza, Hoarseness, The only method to prevent disease,i is the occasionaluse huin.cain against said estate, must present them New York or Liverpool. friend Colon A. Linen Shirts Cotton, Kelt, Merino,
    1!. BROCKENBROUGH &AUGUS Sonnet o Pain in the chest Spitting of a medicine which abstracts from the circulation to the Administrator within the timerequirtd Tallahassee, November 1, lS- 15 Collars, Lambs-wool, Canton
    l'Tn.LI F MAXWELL, "i practice in partnerhip. of Blood, COnumplin. Difficulty all deleterious humors, and expels them by the by law, or they will be barred of recovery. : Stocks, and made Flannel and
    will attend c.unti.of the Middle of Breathing, trc. SfC. bowels. Tonics in any form are injurious, a they JOSEPH F. BYTHEWOOD, Adm'r. Notice. Cravats, Jeans Undershirts

    District of Florida. Jackeon and Franklin coun article has long been held in high estima only put off the evil day to make it more fatal. The Jefferson Co., Fla., Nv. 22. 1845 152m months after date I apply to the Hon. Gloves, Dawer.,
    shal
    tie in the Apalachicola District. The county of THIS for the cure ofdiseasesof the breast and UE of randreh's Pills will insure health, because SIX ud e of Probate of County for letters Hand'chiefs, silk, cam Hal Ho

    Thomas, Georgia. The Court Appeals of ncrdl. lungs and is offered to the public as a remedy desering they tke al impure matters out of the blood, and .cjJUQQ of dl.mlslon Executor of the estate of Elizabeth bric, &c. and Capt.Suspnder. ,
    and Circuit Courts of the United thus afflicted. the body not weakened but strengthened by theiroperation Jones late said
    and the District S a trial by all who are MRS. FEENY of County, deceased. BtladSho.&c
    for these valuable Pills do not force, but
    Tallahassee. each bottle of the
    States at Particular directions
    Risrr'rCI: accompany they Msist nature, and are not opposed but harmonize respectfully announce to the ladies of RICHAR TAYLOR. Every requisite to a Geltrman'. Wardrobe
    : Price 50 WOULD Jefferson County, 6m
    II. BROCKESnRO i TalahusH.AUGUSUS mfidne.Tallahassee cent.Sld by with her. and the surrounding country that D. 2 ca, be found a their on the mot reasonable
    \)1. LEWIS A fresh supply just received and for sale by she is prepared to make up LADIES' DRESSES and terms. Our stock wi be replenished by the

    Arrill0, E. JX\ELl tf December 6, &AM& Druggists. LEWIS &, AMES, Druggists, HABTS. in the newest and most approved styles, at M. D. PAPY, arrival of almost every from New York, daring -
    18 15-: Sole Agents (or Tallahassee. shortCt notice, and flatters herself,from her long m m ASS the season, by new goods purehu by Mr.

    ]!EotIer.I. Samuel W.Cnnnaok, Samuel B. Stephens Also by M.M. McntohMailnC. II.; Holmes I, experience in dress-making, that she can satisfy the Practice in all the Courts in the STILLMAN, who will remain during the
    and J. Wnyles Baker &. most fastidious tale. WILL 1hdd. winter for that purpose. We flatter ourselves
    & Dexter ;
    F.t ROt by
    date, the Undersignrd will Minerl t. Office
    utter the
    months pring on first floor of
    pre- She will also give her attention -
    to
    ,. L. Brown, Newnansrille.and Millinery in te such an and by
    ; SIX- hi, accounts and Touchers to the Judge of ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Trezvant, Lancaster East Florida- allitt oranchet.tnd her prices shall in all instancesconform itol, South wing, room formerly occupied the LY FOR arrangement CASH, we shall be selling ECLUSV. .
    B. Wilson, Carey' Ferry
    Probate of Wakulla County, a Administrator on the formed a partnership in the practice of ; to the times. Residence on Monroe street Secretary of the Territory. than other enable
    -Monnt Vernon. er
    C. Robertson, and apply for letters of HAVE -, Quincy; November 15. 1S45. any the city. All
    tate of M L" and will give their joint attention to business S 12 2rn opposite the Episcopal Church. 1 persons in want of clothing are
    October 11.184 respectfully
    from the said estate.JOHN their in the Middle Circuit ioYitt
    emission to care, Tallahassee, November, 1845. 18 to call and examine and Judge for themselves.
    P. HUNGERFORD and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the NoUee.SIX .
    In right of his wife, M- A. Hungerford. Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STjrFHr.vs will continue R. H. BERRY & Co. Notice months after date,I shall present my Monroe CLARK & SLLMAN.

    Deeeniberl3,1S4S23 6m to reside at Quincy. RAMUIJU. CARMACK undersigned have this day formed a Co-part- SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pobate account or November 1.street., next 15 door to S'F.

    and J. WA.YLES BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the TiE under the above name for the transmission Judge Probate for Jefferson County, for Jefferson County and then apply for leter dis 18 tf

    Dr. JNO. G. GAMBLE, Jr., firm wi.spend a .part of his time at ApalahioJ. of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINE Letters of dismission a Administrator of Joel mission a Administrator of the estates of 73 Take Notice.

    Professional' to the citizens and attend to any K* I. Walker, late of aid county, deceased. George RitchieGeorge Smith Silas Knapp and John A N extra.pnec will for Hides stretched
    "icf
    b pad
    JESSE
    D. HOGTJE..VpTtmbw ALEXANDER
    OFFERS that place. WALKER Ackley. .r1. with after the
    JERIGAN. fashion
    !"" and its TJciratjK Pcsmher3'i'4' 1MM[ ] IMS 19 tf Peeeinh'r ''tr. lt5. Deeerrib.r 6, 1845. 30 May 10,peg.. by
    t !". ISO 1 t j f M. L BASER.






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