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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 31, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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months after d.aU.llIhall present to the lion. NOllce.THIRTY -

SIX ," ol Probate for Jefferson County, my final day after date, I will apply to the Hon
account and vouchers Administrator of rVncis of the Court ot Probate for the County
Cast, late of said County, deceased; and shall then' or Leon, "T.1 order to awn the real estate belonging
aprl for letters ol ell.w.i'n as such Administrator. IA N. to the late Eli B. Whiuker.deceased.
STEVENS lllUl>GEHS. BYS.S.SIBLEY.FLORID RICHARD WfHTAKCR. Adm'r.
Jefferson County, January. JO 1S1G. 25 Cm January :'I. HHG.. 24 4tSo
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COPIES !SOUTHERN" HARMONY, just HAS just received,direct from the manufaetur.,
; extra article of White
Lead
10 pure .
recei\ed and for sale bNov
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Ifs Gunney BaK". 21 bushels,
la, lvl5. 1I''A.. HAYWAUD. 31, 1846 VOL XYII-KO.. 3"yi, Fine Cifar by the );0,,.
.1 November 2% 1M3. 19
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LAWS OF THE STATE OF I in force: with -- ;;- the- ; -- .- -_ I _.
FLORIDA now repealed. conflicting this act, be, and same are hehy b<, and the same is hereby changed to that of Samuel D. Edward ; R o bt. J. Floyd No. of miles 400, SIO 00 ; per diem,-4 43divs.- -- a

and the said Samuel D., shall hereafter be known and acknowlcd"] ed
PASSED AT THC ADJOURNED SESSION 129 00-total, $169 00.
[Passed, the Home of Representatives December 23. 151!;. Passed the N-n. by the raid name of Samuel D. Edwards, to all intent and Robt.
ate, December pur. Myers, Xo. of miles 400, $.10 00 diem 29
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164 i.; Approved by the Governor, December27,1S45.::: pose, as though it had been originally his ; per days
PUBLISHED RY AUTHORITY. name. 81 00-total!, $121 00. 1..
[Passed tie House of Representatives, December 2, 1S45. Passed the Senate James Penn Xo.
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of
CHAPTER 57.-[No. 30.] Decemler 4,1'45.; ) the : miles 44G, $41 60 ; per diern, 43 days,
Approved by Governor December 5,1'45.]
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129 00-total, 8173 60.
AN ACT to amend an Act entitled. An Act to Organize the Office of
CHAPTER 54.-[Xo. 27.] Treasurer of the State cf Florida." CHAPTER 05. Xo. 33. J. II. Stone& Xo. of miles 250, $25 00 ; per diem 43 day sr
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"AN ACT to establish:, the Office el Register i of Public Lands for tie State SECTION 1. Re it 129 00-total, 8151 00.
: enacted ACT
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the
by Senate and House of Represent to chane! the same of the Escambia Manufacturing; ; Company A. K. Allison
Xo. of
of Florid miles 44, 81 40 diem 43 dar
tires of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened, That to reduce the value of the Shares thereof. ; per .
129 00 total 8133
SECTION 1. lie it enacted by the Smote and House of Repreretatives the accounts of the Treasurer shall be annually closed on the 31st SECTION ]. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent I. Jr. Xo.- 40. ,
Ferguson, of miles
44 84
40 diem
of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That I day October ; and all laws or parts of laws, conflicting with this lives cf the State of Florida in General Assembly ct'mtrned; That 129 00-total, 8133, 40. ; per 43 days. I t

there shall Iw established a Public) Land Office, for the State of act }be, and the same are hereby repealed. hereafl the came of the camhia Manufacturing Company, 8hallIc William Stafford Xo. of miles
23, 82 80 diem 43 d
Florida, to l be kept in tint of the room in the basement of the Capitol [Pa=ved the lions of Representatives December 26(j. 145.; Passed the Senate : the :\rcldlaIanufaeturing: l Cflmpany," and the capital stock 129 00-total, 8131 80.M. ; per
: in which office shall be deposited and preserved all the record, December: 2fi, IMS. Approved by the Co>"crnor. December 27, 1S45.] uf tilt said Company shall b" divided into shares of one hundred. : A. Gillett Xo. of miles
30, 83 00 diem 43 darn
surveys, plats, maps, field notes, patents and all other evidence touching dollars each, any thing in the original act of incorporation to the 129 00-total, 8132! 00. ; per ,

the title and description, of the public domain, and all lane, CHAPTER 53.-[No. 31.] contrary notwithstanding.) L. II. Branch No. of miles
23 S2 80 diem
43
days
granted by Congress to this! State, or which may hereafter be grant APT to carry into effect an Act entitll'dn Act to provide for the [Pw-ed the Housef Representatives; December 12, I* 15; Passed the s"n. 129 00 total 8131 ; per 'i
ed, for w hatever purpose the same may l Iff' gitcn. election of a Public Jail and Premises, in the County ol Monroe.SECTION ate, De:ember 2o,1Sli.; Approved by thlf.Governor, December, 1M5; ] F. R. Cotton No. of- 80.
miles
ld, 81 30 diem, 43 days
; ,
SEC. !. Jte it further enacted That there shall' he annually at I 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent 129 00 total per &
8130
CHAPTER 66. Xo. : 30.
pointed h). a joint vote of the General Assembly, a Register of }llIh.1] tires of the State of? Florida in General Assembly convened, That -[ 39.] B. G. Waring, No. of miles 50, 85 00 diem 43 *
AACT
to locate the Site ; per days,
lie LaiiiU, who[ shall continue in office until the adjournment of for I O.: O'Hnra, Henj.! Sawyer, and WHI. H. Wall, he appointed Commissioners County of Washington County. 129 00-total, 8134 00 fi

next General Assembl after his appointment, and shall hold his of I in lieu of the Judge of the County Court of Monroe connly SECTION 1." Hi- it enacted by the:Senate and House of Reprcscntatirct John Daffin, Xo. of miles diem.
: 43 days 8129 00. 'j
; per ,
flee in the basement of the Capitol : Provided, That the Governci; I and the District Attorney of the Southern District of Florida, npp'lI1ted ?f the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened, That II. 31. Brown diem da j
it shall be the duty of the Judge of Probates of Washington ... per,. ,_ 43 s12900total 8129 00., yj
may, from actuaIIIN'f' "it order removal! to some other secure, by the above recited act, and that said Commissioners have, County .. --J
1 ,,. er..1.., iu uiuci 'all t.t.UIJIIfo :
Within uuja v .r mia: act 813:1: 4U.
,
room. at the ..t'ltt..r Government, and mar fill any vacancy that inn\' o\erois; and hr ro<|nir<> occur in said office during the recess! of the General .\!" elIhh'; as incase ; authorized and directed by said act. be leld at the precincts in each Magistrates district in said county Robert C. IJUl'5t0.. of mils 76, $7 60 ; per diet', 43
of vacancies,.* of other appointments by the General Assembly'. I :;E(. 2. He it further enacted, That the Treasurer, Sheriff Col. fir Oil Commissioner to be elected by the qualified electors, in each 129 00-total, 136 60. 'c,I
district giving at least ten days notice thereof. The said election to< of miles diem 35 days: ? 1
\ John Coleman, Xo. 130: $13 00 ; per ,
oflicer
Set. 3. He it further enacted That the Register the Land (lf.! hector, or other or person, of said county, now or hereafter, laws of "
be and the made the election 3
conducted returns according : total
flee, elected or appointed ao: provided for in the second section of thin I I having or holding any ofthe funds appropriated }by the above recitedact 109 00- 8121 00. |

act, shall before he enters upon the duties of his office, give bond be:, and each of them i is hereby required to pay over the same to this Stite. Israel 31. Stuart, Xo. of miles tOO, 8' O 00 i ; 1 per diem, 5G days, 1,2
SEC He it enacted That the of Probates! shall jjiftW.
2. Judge
with good security to be approved by I the Governor of this; State, in J said Commissioners! their order or orders, to be applied and expended further 109 00-total, 8123: 00.
within fifteen: days after such election, and after canvas of the votes, B. Ross, Xo. of miles 272, 827 20 diem, 43 ds \\i'\
;
the sum of 20,000( ( dollars, conditioned for the f faithful discharge of as directed/ by said .act ; and so much of the above recited act as each districtof per $
the duties of !his office ; and shall lake the} oath of office prescribed hy I is inconsistent with the provisions hereof be, and the same i is hereby notify its writing each person chosen as commissioner in 129 00( -total, 8156 20. 5
his election. G. U. Ellis0., : of miles 290, 829 00 ; per diem, 33 dais, J %
the Constitution of thi., State! ; and shall have custody of all the repealed. r
shall
re.// SKC. 3. Be it further enacted That the said Commissioners 99 00-total, 123 00. f i
cords, surveys;, plats, maps, field) notes, patents and all other ',' [P.issi-d tin- Home of RepresentativesDecember 2'!">. 1'"I 15. Pa-wd the Senate elec. .
of their
within day,* after shall have been notified No. of miles diem, 33 days /:
they B. 31. Dell 200 830 00
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touchin the title and description of the 'public domain and all land December 27, 1"I 1',. Approved by the Governor, December 2H, Is 15: ] twenty ; per
tion, rrret, examine, consult and determine upon the most ('ligihlepace 114 00-total, 144 00. J *

granted to this State by Congress the or which be may hereafter be granted CHAPTER 59.-[No. 32.] ftrthe location of the county site, but if they shall not be able Michael Garrison! Xo. of mies! 590, $59 00 ; per diem, 4:days, |'t|
for whatever and shall
same given, '
purpose may recemfor then they shall select the most eligible OO-tota' 00. + ,
place
to fine 129 $189
any ]
AN ACT for the establishment of Ferries and Brid agree upon
his services a salary of lOUt) dollars annum, to be paid making; )provision ys.SECTION
per rjuar places, and immediately thereafter notify the Judge of Probates of; S. D. Fernandez, Xo. of miles 594, 850 40 ; per diem, 43: days, I'
terly out of any monies in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated 1. He it enacted by the Senate and Home of Represent the of Probate shall -
such selection or :selections! : whereupon Judge 129 90-total, 8179 40.
Sr.c. 4. Iti ii fifrthcr enacted, That the Register the Land Of tires ff! the Slate of Florida in General Assembly eonrened. Thai
within rt)' days order an election to he held at each precinct in A. J. Philips, Xo. of miles 450, $ J5 00 ; per fice shall be charged with the dUfof selecting, and securing the Hoard of County Commissioners, in the several counties of the least
tlll'l thereof at ten days
said county bv the qualified voters giving 9'J 00-total, 8144 00. t
various lands which have l been, or hereafter be granted to FJ State, be, and they are hereby vested! with the of establishing a
power
may of either of the said places _,
notice, for the confirmation or rejection E. 1). Tracey, Xo. of miles 410, $44 00 ; per diem, 43 days,
for the seat of Government "f Seminaries I Terries and Itndges; within the limits of their jurisdiction rehpective
r
by Congress; fixing ; selected by the said Commissioners, which election shall be conducted 129! 00-total, 8173 00. $ 4< )
of learning," for Internal Improvements or for other I I ly, and granting the privilege of keeping the same, at such places, dy
any puqtoseand ; law. <
nude to 43
and the returns according Thomas T. Xo. of miles 516, 851 60 ; perdiem, days,
in the execution of this duty, he shall have full power, and authority and to !such' persons! and on such condition as to the said Board of! SEC. 4. He if further maclcd, That if it shall appear after canvass Illli'lI:! 00-total, $133 60. 9-\l\

to contract with, and employ under him, such Agents, Surxcyors ; 1 County Commissioners; respectively may seem expedient, and not in. of the votes \by the Jude of Probates, that either of the places Bartolo Oliveros) Xo. of miles 5tn, 8t 60 ; per diem, 43 days, 11t jg.
or other suitable! persons, under such instructions term., anti 'msi'lt'llt with the Constitution; and laws of this State : and said have received a majority of all the votes given at said election, then 129 00-total, 8133 60. j ,7,
restrictions he may see fit to prescribe tor the public interest and I Hoard of County Commissioners are he rely empowed to extend thepnrilegesafresaid of the and it ..h ill be, and remain diem 43 "*:
he shall:l make proclamation same '\ B. Fail, Xo. of miles 350, 835 00 ; per days,
security, lSui jest nevertheless to the approval of the Governor.SEC. i ; J for a period of time not exceeding five years, at the site of said county for ten ) ears, and until otherwise directed by 129 00-total, $214! 00. ;*, fj
5. He it furl her enacted, That it shall be the duty of the Re. the discretion of the said Board of County Commissioners: extending shall of all '
law. But if nC/lher' said places receive a majority John Baldwin, Xo. of 1,760, 8176 00 ; per diem, 43 i. $
gister of Public Lands, to keep his office open from the hours of nine I the carne.5I the votes given at said election, then it shall be the duty of the Judgeof days 129 )mie"- 8305 00. %.;S1M}
of each for the information of the :". ','. Jlr it further enacted, That so much of law, passed;
to two, day, Sunday's excepted, any the said Commissioners and
I Probates to call to his assistance pro R. F. Brantley, No. of miles 00 ; per diem, 43 days, jj.f fJ
putlic:1Ull all who may be interested in the sale, purchase, owner bj the Legislative Council of Florida, conflicts with the provisionsof ceed to make a selection of the site having due regard to the various 129 1.400,810!} 00. as.
ship or : of the same. lie shall make and execute all this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed. of at least 00total,826 *
occupancy Provided The concurrence diem 43
interests of the County : J. A. GofT; Xo. fg!, 869 00 ; per days, ,
deed* and conveyances, and deliver the patents, for all sales and [P.w+ed the House ol Representatives, November 27, 1"1 1.:,. pa.;. transfers, and other of the domain that from ate, December 16,115. Approved b>' the Governor, December,2O,IS 13.;: ]
deposition public may and remain the site of said county for ten years, and until otherwise M. D. Papy for his services as Clerk of the House of Representatives .
time to time be ordered, and made by authority of law, and keep a law.
directed by 43 8253 00.
,
true and faithful record of the same. He shall proceed to select and CHAPTER GO.-[:No. 33.: ] [Pased the House Representatives December in, ISIS.>> Passed the Senate, 31. D.days I'spy, extra services, to wit : Enrolling, Engrossing, and

secure all lands granted bj Congress to this State, \\hichmay AN ACT relating; to the Commissioner of the Tallahassee Fund. December 20: lsl3. Approved by the Governor December 21, 1S45.; ] Recording Journal, 8200 00. I'e$ ,f<

hereafter be granted, as fast as he may he enabled to do so judicious.Iy SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of? Representatives Thomas F. King, for his services as Secretary of the Senate, 43 ;
in with the laws of the United; States and this State CHAPTER 67.-[Xo. 40.] )
conformity of the Slatr of Florida in General Assembly convened That days, 8253 00. 'l {
and shall the to be classed, and assigned to the respective!' AN ACT to an Act, passed by the General Assembly, on the .
cause same all acts of the Legislative! Council of the Territory of Florida, supplementary Thomas F. King, extra services, to wit : Enrolling, Engrossing
heads under which the several grants of donations are, or may be I creating the office of Commissioner of "the Tallahassee!! Fund," be, VCth Justices July of, the b l.j Peace; entitled and Constables., An Act to provide for the appointment or and Recording Senate Journal, 8200 00.

made, until the complements of each grant or donation, is and the }, and the duties in .
proper same are hereby repealed, appertaining or Brit enacted the Senate and House of Representa Edward Bolon, for his services as Sergeant-at-Arms n Messenger
made up and filled, taking: care to keep the several grants, or donations any wise belonging to said office, shall devolve upon and be perform. SECTION 1. Florida by in General Assembly convened, That for the Senate, 8172 00.

for"fixing the seat Government," "for Seminaries of Learn. ed by the Treasurer! this State, under the direction and supervision lives of the Slate of in district in in thi: William Blount, for his services as Sergeant.at.Arms for the HouseSamuel

ing," for Common Schools," fur Internal Improvements," or forcleat of the Governor.OFA whenever?ituc:, ,.. .L.a_vacancy o:__ <" Ju occurs.">' vA U.any.. ........-, ?? ...any'-.....county Its ..:.:...". ,.r 'r' ..,' .a I Y
any other puriMjM'b in separate books, accouote, And rcjn>ita, au ;. .:. /it ti .funnir rnuciiu, i hilt u Mian tie the duty of the such or district have neglected or refused<<1 to elect Justices of B. Foster, for his services as Doorkeeper, to the House of

the rights and interests of one, shall not he blended or mixed with the Treasurer of this State, and he is hereby} required to proceed forthwith the Peace county:that the Governor be, and he is hereby authorized, to fill Representatives 8129 00. ,

rights and interest of another, and each class of land shall pay the I I to close and settle up the affairs of said fund, so as to collect the the by appointment, by representation made to him. Rev. Samuel B. Foster, Chaplain of the House of Representatives !+:

expense of locating the same. I assets and liquidate the liabilities! thereof; and for that purpose he [Pawed same the Senate, December I'1.! IMS. Passed the House of: Representatives 850 00. t

SEC. 6. licit further enacted, That the Register Public Lands, I will place in suit notes or other obligations due the same, of whatever ( December: I1?15. Approved by the Governor, December 2-1, 1545.] P. A. Hapnr for his account of Stationery for General Assembly -

shall; in behalf of* this State, receive from the Treasury of the United I nature or kind as may be turned over to him, or come into his 813- .

States the five per cent, on sales of the public) lands, or any other I hands in any other way whatever. CHAPTER 68.-[Xo. 41.] Jonathan G. Padrick, for ".0 furnished the General Assembly ;

sums accruing from the General Government,to the Seminar, Common I Sir.: 3. He i! further enacted, That all [lands granted by Congress AN ACT makine appropriation for the payment of the Mileage and per Diem 830 00 ; do do for repairs of !ks &c., 87 50-total, 837 50. a, ."

School, or Internal' Improvement fund ; and shall pay the same I to the Territory of Florida, for the erection of Public Buildings of Franci J. I'alhcer, a member of this present General Assembly. A. M. )llwel for Wood furnished the General Assembly, a; '

into the Treasury of this State, keeping the same separate and distinct at Tallahassee, that have not been sold for that object shall be SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives $21 75.James.

under their respective proper heads. He shall hold all needful laid off in lots of from one to ten acres each by the !said Treasurer, of the State of Florida in General Assembly convened That B. Gamble, for articles furnished the General Assembly,

correspondence with the I'e'crallan offices of the United States in I in such manner as may be appointed by the Governor, and as soon I the following sum shall b! appropriated for the pay and mileage of 843 80.
,
this State, or with the General Land Office at Washington : and as a fair plat or survey of said lots, hall have been made and returned FranisJ.Pellicertowit :-For 556 miles travel, 855>> 60 ; per diem,, CONTINGENT EXPENSES. ., _

shall attend the public land sales in this State, and visit the said land to the Treasurer, he shall lay the same before the Governor, 29dae,8 7 00-total, 8142 60. E. Bolon, for hire of negro, &c. &c., $10 75 ; Wm. Blount, for S 2'1

offices whenever in his opinion, the interests of this State shall require for his approval, who may direct the Treasurer to advertise the said SK;. U. Brit further enacted, That the foregoing account be referred hire of negro, fcc. &c., 830 75 ; Francis Weinker, for chairs,dtc., *

it, and (band perform all: things needful and proper to advance lots for sale in some newspaper!' printed in Tallahassee, at least thirty to the'! Comptroller of Public Accounts, to be audited by him,, 817 50-total, 839 00. g

and promote the interests of the same, and when so engaged he shall das before the day of sale, and the said lots shall be sold at public who shall issue is warrant upon the Treasury. Contingent expenses!! for Executive Department, and State House sl

have his travelling expenses defrayed out of any monies in the Treasury auction for cash ; the Governor being, and he is hereby authorized [Passt-d the S>nat?, December 15, lM.i.>> Passed the House of Representatives Offices, and distributing Laws, &c. & '., 8342- 40. hl,

to approved by I the Governor, and audited by I the Comptrollerof to make one bid for the said lands or any part thereof, for the benefit I December 1:, 1&1V: Approved by the Governor, December 1G, 1543.] SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the account Joseph Cushy, ',,

Public Accounts, at other accounts: ire audited and paid, independently of the State. for printing done Senate, and Samuel S. Sibley, for printing r i
of his stated salary. I SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, That should, the proceeds arising CHAPTER 69.-Xo. 42.] done for the House of Representatives be, and they are hereby re. 0.

SEC. 7. He it further enacted, That the Register of Public Lands I from the aforesaid notes and lands be insufficient to pay off the debts AN: ACT making General appropriations Assembly to defray of the the State expenses of Florida of tbe commencing adjourned Session on- ferred to the Comptroller of Public Accounts, to b audited by him, 5''

shall make report annually to the Governor, at least ten days before due by the said Tallahassee Fund, the Treasurer is hereby I empowered the seventeenth of the first day of November! and ending on the 2yth day of December, under the existing contracts entered into with Printers, and issue 1

the meeting of the General Assembly, to be laid by him before them, I under the direction of the Governor, and in the manner to A. D. 1515, and for other purposes. his warrant upon the Treasury for whatever sums he may find JT

upon the several matters committed to his charge, the progress madein be prescribed by him, to sell for cash, so much of the eight sections SECTION 1. He it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprcsen- due to said Printer respectively ; and he shall likewise issue his $'

the selection of the lands! the condition and disposition thereof I of said land granted by Congress on the 3rd March, 18 4 5, as shall Natives of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That warrants upon the Treasury for the several sums specified in the first r,{

and the state of each of the funds under their separate proper heads!!; I be sufficient for this purpose and no more. the following sums shall!! be appropriated for the pay and mileage ol section of this act. j|

and shall report at other times to the Governor, whenever be may I SKC. 5. He if further enacted, That the Treasurer! shall receive the members of the General Assembly, as follows : SEC. 3. He it further enacted, That the sum of five thousand dollars f

think the public: interest may reqnire it to be done. lIe shall provide I fir his services aforesaid, and in full compensation therefor, one and Robert A. Mitchell, Xo. of miles 500, 850 00 ; per diem, 43 shall be set apart as a contingent fund, to be placed under the J,

maps or pints of all lands selected and secured, and append| theretoan I a half per centum upon all monies received, and one and a half per dais, l'J9 00-total, $179 00. control and direction of the Governor, who is hereby authorized to 5.

accurate description; of the quality, situation and location of the centum upon all monies paid out connected with the aforesaid Talla. D. G. McLean, Xo. of miles!! 300, 830 00 ; per diem, 43 days, issue his warrant or warrants upon the Treasury for the same, or any 1'*'1

same, and whatever else may affect the value of each tract or bodyof hassee Fund. : 129 00-total, 8159 00. part thereof.

land! selected and secured ; taking care to keep in separate books, SEC. 6. He it further enacted, That all acts or parts of acts conflicting I William A. Kr.i", Xo. of miles 400, 840 00 ; per diem, 43 [Pat the House of Representatives December 29,145. Passed the Sea- i

and maps or plats, the lands l belonging: to each separate fund ; which with this act, be and the same arc hereby repealed. days, 129-total, $169 00. ate, 2, li.a Approved by the Governor, December 29,1S45-] J

books and maps or plats, with the description thereof shall be kept [Pa..fd the House of Representative, Deceml 1, 1M1.: Passed the Sen. R. B. Hau"-hton: Xo. of miles 24, 82 40 ; I per diem, 43 days, $
and preserved in his office. ate, December! 3, I'sl-j.: Approved by the Governor, December 20: IS 15.] 129 00-total, 8131 40. CHAPTER 70.-[Xo. 43.]
enacted That the Register shall be sus- 00.J. AN ACT for the relief of William C. McCullum. T
SEC. 8. Jtr it furthrr James A. Berthelot, per diem, 43 days, 8129
pended from the discharge of the duties of his office I by the Governor CHAPTER 01.-[No. 34.] II. T. Lorimer, Xo. of miles 18, 81 80 ; per diem, 43 days, WHEREAS, I is satisfactorily shown to this General Assembly, i

whenever it shall be deemed necessary for the public interest. AN ACT to change the name of C. II. Cahonn, to that of Theodore C. Hearn. 129 00-total, 8130 80. that William McCullum, a citizen of Walton county, in this State, \ !

SEC. 9. lie it further enacted, That all acts or laws of this State, SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of! RejiresrnlatireoftJte William Bellamy Xo. of miles 70, $7 00 ; per diem, 43 days, of good character and deserving merit in the military service jj?i ,

or of the Territorial Government conflicting with any of the provi. Slate of Florida in General Assembly eonrened, That 129:.! 00-total, 8136 00. of the Ttrritor Florida, in a campaign against the Indians, in the

lions of this act, be, and the same are hereby repealed. the name of C. II. Cahoon, be, and the same is hereby changed, to I). IL Mays, No. of miles 130, 813 00 ; pir diem, 43 days, year by a disease contracted by him, by great exposure while
maintain himself
work
Puaecl the lions of Representatives December 22, l< 4r:;. Passed the that Theodore C. II earn.Pdjwcd 129 00-total, $142 00. in said service, has become unable to or or

Senate( December 24, I"I Approved' hy l the Governor, December 2,1515.: ] [ the Senate, Iecember 23: 145. Passed the House of Representatives T. M. White, No. of miles 160, 816 00 ; per diem, 43 days, walk without crutches ; and on the petition of the goo citizens of tjj!
-- December' P15. Approved by the Governorlccember 20, IS.15.] 129 00-total, $145 00. \\.alon county, and oth..r of high respectability, petitioned *{1
t CHAPTER .-[:No. 2.J] 00 diem 43 for relief this General Assembly deem it just and proPer -
Daniel Bell, Xo. of miles 200, $?0 ; per << days,
of i iRegiotcr G'J. No. 35.] that for the meritorious service rendered to the country by the I
AN ACT in addition to An Act entitled, An Act to establish the Office CHAPTER -[ 129 00-total, 8149 00.

.f of Public Land for tlw SUte of Florida." AN: ACT to allow the Honorable} David Levy to Chance his name to David Jesse Carter, Xo. of miles 280, 828 00 ; per
I SECTION 1. Be il enacted by the Senate and House of Rej>resentativet Levy Eulee. 129! 00-total, $157 00. dition, to grant him the exemption prayed for in said petition. ,

: of the Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That ,WHEREAS David Levy has memorialized this General Assembly. Gabriel Priest, Xo. of miles 412, $11 20 ; per
if it should so happen,that the General Assembly should fail to elect fetatingthat hill patronymic is Eulce, and that his father, priorto 129! 00-total, $170 20. of the of Florida in General Assembly con '

"Register of Public Lands," as prodded in the second section of his birth, 845 00 ; per diem, 43 days, said William C. 3IcCulIum! may s 1 os wars t
it shall and be lawful, and merchandize, in all the counties in this State as a free
amendment
this is may 00.
the act to which an desirous of resuming the said name of Eulee : 129 00-total, $174
he i is
and it is hereby made the duty of the Governor, to appoint said He it therefore enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives A. S. Goodbread, Xo. of miles 430, $-13 00 ; per diem, 43 of all ta or license for this privilege either' due to this State or assessed -
I continue in office until the adjournment of the convened by the Commissioners of any count!, or by any other authority :
Register, who shall tlte Stale of Florida in General Assembly dajs 129 00-total, 8172 00.
next General Assembly, unless sooner removed I b)' the Goernor.I'i.cd That the of name of David Levy be altered and changed to ])avidLevy William A. Forward, No. of miles 536, $55 60 ; per diem, 43 Provided, hoicever, That nothing in this act shall be so construed, a
the said William C. 3IcCuIlum form association
to
[ the Senate, December 27, 1'-45. P-,.ed the House! of.l Representatives Eulee this act, however, not to effect in any wise, any acts or days, 129 00-total, $184 60. to authorize an t
lecember:5,15t5.: : \l'l'ru\.1 bv the Gov. rnurJkceuiber2',1s4': .] made; under the name of David Lev)". William II. Wall, Xo. of miles 1400, 8140 00 ; per diem, 34 with any other person or persons, in pedling as aforesaid /
contracts enacted That this shall take effect from t
SEC. Be act
2. further ,
.
Dccemltfr 20, IS 15.: Parsed the ]louse of Representatives days, 102 00-total, 242 00. i
CHAPTER 56.-[No. :.!9.] [Passed, December the Senate 2U, lt.1.,. Approved by the Governor, December 2'', 1S15.] Joel Porter, Xo: of miles 160, $16 00 ; per diem, 43 days, and after its passage.December Passed the House of i
[Passed the Senate, 12,1S43. Representative
define the duties cl Surveyor total 00.
ACT to 129 00 $145
AN ,
the December
*, December 15, ISIS. Approved by Governor 17,1313.]
SECTION 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives CHAPTER 63.-[Xo. 30.] "'. \\'. J. Kelly, No. of miles 540, 854 ;:00 ; per diem, .13 days,

of the State of Florida in General Assembly! convened, That 129! 00-total, $183 00. RESOLUTIONS :
there shall be elected biennially, in each county in this State, a Coun. AN ACT to change the name of Susan Ann Vaughn. Neill McMillan, Xo. of miles 500, 850 00 ; per diem, 43 days,
make accurate surveys of all the Senate and House of Rejircxcnla- 129 00 total 8179 00. [No. 1.] Resolution extending the time of payments by Tax Collectors ito tbe
ty Surveyor, whose duty it shall be, to SUCTION 1. Be it enacted by ,
lands and Iota which he is called upon to surrey, by any person residing tires (1 tlU' State of Florida in General Assembly convened That Charles "'. Tweed, No. of miles 500, $50 00; per diem, 43dn's Resolved by the Senate and Treasury.House of Representatives of State t
t
in the county, or claiming or owning land in the same, or required from and after the passage! of this act, the name of Susan Ann 129 OO-total, $179 00. \f\ Florida in General Assembly convened, so much an act

to make by} order of the Circuit Court ; and who, for his said Vaughn he and is hereby changed to that of Susan Ann Edwards ; Augus Gillis, Xo. of miles 300, 830 00 ; per diem, 43 days, entitled, an act to raise R revenue for the Tnt of Florida, and defining .

services, shall be entitled to the fees as heretofore regulated or and the 'fiaid Susan Ann shall hereafter be known and acknowledged 129:.! 00-total, 8159 00. the duties of the Asesort and Collectors by

Uoluhed by the County Commissioners, whose duties it shall here by the said name of Susan Ann Edwards, to all intent and purpose A. M. Alexander, No. of miles 40, $4 00 ; per diem, 39 days, the Governor, on the 24lh day of July last, a requires thfreof apprve Shtrf

after be to attend to the same. is though it had been originally her name. 117 00-total, 8121 00. in the several counties in this State to pay into the Treasury,

SEC. 2. lie it further enacted, That the said Surveyor shall take [Passed the house of Representative, December 2, 1845. Passed the Senate, James M. Long, No. of miles 230, $23 00 ; per diem, 43 days, of the taxes collected in their respective counties as shall appear to 1
administer the same, faith.' the Governor. December 5,1 i 1645. 129 00-total, $152 00. of the for the
an oath before<< any officer authorized to December 4, 1545. Approved by be due after settlement with the Comptroller Treasury
idly to perform( the duties of his office, without favor or affection; Britton Barkley, No. of miles ISO, $18 00 ; per diem, 41 days, present year, on or before the first day of December next, shall b

and the Surveyor shall swear his chain hearers, and he shall make a CHAPTER 64.-No. 37.] 123 00-total, $141 00. suspended until the fourth Monday in January next, an that the I

plat of all or any land or lots he may survey, for the owner of the AN ACT to change the name of Samuel D. Smith. Wm. M. C. Neal, No. of miles 140, $14 00 ; per diem, 43 Sheriffs have .uoti the last named day, to settle 4ut and t

or false certificate or and House of.RRn'uenta.tiou days, 129 01)-total, $143 00. all due to this State.Adopted .
same ; and for irregular or unll.wfulsurvey, it enacted by the Senate pay over moneys
any Be
plat, the said Surveyor shall be liable to an action for damages, by SECTION 1. Florida in General Assembly convened, Thatfroraand John Britt, Jr., No. of miles 180, $18 00 ; per diem, 32 days, [ by Senate, November 27, 1 S Adopted by Hou.of JUpraMOtt.
State .
of the of 00 total] $114 00. "15. Gov tract November 25,
any of the parties. after the passage of this act, the name of Samuel D. Smith 06 tires, November 21, Approved t.t

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I I -- ; line New FLOBIDIAK ler gm.andwas with the Gin the arrival of (lie ship Oscar Capt. IVilhard.
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nd--t the contemplated steam het'.vctn THE it communicating 1o\S.
Commis-iomr, &c tion on saidriver, Tarrlinta at Charleston
of and the ,
[No.2.] Resolutions: -clothe \p;>oinlmen! a that is likely to become one ofgreat( C,,1. ha* avtd a portion of his cotton SI'tt. at lalachicob. ,
Orleans and Cedar port --
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Beit resolved bill" Seni'e an of : to the commercial world ; and whereas, vessels sufler on which is of (the Sea bland silLS duiptioncon..ider- we aE ( possession

Slate of Florida in clrl Assembly. conrrnid, 'I'hat his Excel importance inconvenience, and are wrecked from the want of a Lighthouse --- "LET-- ca- ALONE.- --- --- ed a very superior article,which he has fur sale, at avery 12th of December, through the Advertiser, and
of Honda be. and he is .authorzl.d to I great fen : -- -- ----- Courier. The news is very important.
lency the Governor hereby) j at s.tuation: on said Keys :therefore, Saturday, January 31, INifi. low price. See Advertncinent. Mrruyand
act and confer with person to conspicuous The Ministry of Sir Peel have resigned, and
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on.o and .\lalm.to act as I by Jou. remarks in the last Commercial ,Advertiser. has been Premier
be appointed hj the Governor la I Sla'e of Ftorida ; General Assembly CtlvnCI, That our Sl'.atOt( U Our Legislature mona the various duties required The tinder Lord John RU.ol appointed The

G; mtni!sioners to run ami inaik: a 'bound! ir\' line Ix-lween the States I and / in Congress be, and they are hereby requested!, of the General Assembly at its late Session have entirely disappointed the happy illusion refusal of thp Duke of Wellington to carry out the

of (;corgillall, anti Flonda, in conformity with .the Treat) ol f Representative necessity an I of havin" wa the apportionment of the Representatives. And which we have rested, in supposing a great Mer repeal ol' the corn law, it is said. Lad led to thu
: the absolute propriety its
And hi, to urge upon Congress such a apportionment as (they did make has net cat-
been
1 Kinof : ndinould have immediately
between the Si titei awl I the Spain.: ofstid chant's result.It .
179, United suitable on one ivevs. St. Old M
a Light House erected at a position parallel in a civilized country John
Kxccllcncy! the (;ewrrr. be further anthori/fd lo .famh<11 said Be further :rr ol'/, That a cop; of the foregoing preambL- and Johns" !) lorra/it fit Johns!? The Banner led \pabdiluJ, 0 the reception of our paper. is further believed, that the chance in the Min

Commissioner on the piit of TloiiJi, with such askance as may resolution be duly authenticated, and forwarded: to each of oui said County The very wurwry of the democracy of the to award I" a rote oj thanh, for having indicated to istry will lead to a favorable result irs reference lo

state has been one Representative and one them a distinguished counsellor from "bor thevould y .
"lie the
in his opinion! iiecftr. alowo Oregon nrgti3tion4.Ctton
Governor be, and lie Representatives in Congress.Adopted third of a & Madison, Hamilton and been of an adrerte to the
he have sure opinion
That
further rrWrreJ! ofloruJ. ,. has somewhat impiovtd in
ol Reprerntatives and Senator ad pril.
Il i f bj Senate, Deceiabor W, ISt; Adopted by lCut \Vakul1a hne their Representative
of the
i ii .;. uthoii7in! and required to a-k the GC\tltnt, December 23, IslJ. ,\pprn"cc bj the (oeror. 24- L IJ.] The Middle Hondas. have adopted Sir Robert Peel' constitutionality of the law relieving them The following are some of the speculations of the

throyli'its projnr authorities! send a Commissioner on the part of notion, that political morality is matter or geography oneiottsduty of appointing tit arbiters between press,in reference to our position with Great Britain :

with the Commissioners of Georgia, the Pensacola Dry Dock. that the laws of right depend upon latitude and the provided by the recent -
the United Stales, to conf.-r ant [No 10.] Preamble and Resolution respecting! ; alto thl'msehe" planters a! The Richmond JFhigsayo .
Honda, in ninnm? and! marking ail line, and to act of the United States have long delayed and longitude and that in Florida they are law cf the State, giving the appointment o f last arrival i of
.\tahara. all WHLRR\S The Government gethr sniptndtd infaror of the ., (.ld"'. We dn .The news by the an imprant.
and
*'hi :h may occur 11ttWlt'l.l.thtm, the Gulf of Mexico, for the wei to the Governor instead of the city decisive character.
as umpire disj-rrrrmiMit building a Navy Yard on not wish to be uu1nhl'as :isrribma; an dereliction public l.er though by no means Jere
that our in1) and Koiie| ciitalhc in Congress, I, :! to en. and proper' of of war in case of need, and whereas to the Members train this ronrty( i> )the contrary council, composed prmcijnlly of interested mer change of Ministry ccrs not by any moan insure a

doa\or to obtain an appropriation from Congress to pay the same.rAdvpldln refitting Pensacola repairing havingkng wscl, after repeated surveys of the whole (the Journals exhibit :united eF,rt on (their chants. repeal, or even a moifration. of the Corn Lawi, .
without the Parliament, must be
taxed for the next ten as
are present contitute.
HOMC .I t Itepre-M-nU'ives. 1h'tl1.r! 17. Ml. Adopted I the for such a and par.V.. years We we have been in this; and
been selected as point pjrpose say disappointed such but
1"1.1 I IN'j coast, proper ( Alachua and Marion are a populous averse to a measure; we are conrrmt.m
S'nt. ) 2', ,,,:. .\II'rIHo by o\'rn.r. U.mLfrl. ] whcieas, the interest tot of Florida alone, but of the whole com.merce as(either Madison or Hamilton they should hare not the less- in the approbatory remarks: we anticipated our opinion, hastily expressed a few days sine e.that

of the Gulf of Mexico, depend in case of war, 01 the facility' been allowed a Senator each,and St. Johns houli in the Advertiser. In reply. to our artice. thc the movements on the subject will have the effect
[ "5.] R with which vessels of war maj be repaired Reprcenttivt. tditor speaks of cant, "clap-trap, "slang,
tJie Slat rturJn1cwsl of England, and time will thus be af-
VWmblhe Sen-2'e and House of Represents of .antic( Senator and one Representative, but it seems we are government .
7 and circuitouo'uJa e to ( .' stuff" the blue I l.ilU l of Je' .
the rsey
eonrcned, That immediate applici making long to have nothintr If an office i asked for an Eater tomfoolery forded for an adjustment of the Oregon dispute.
of Plortlf in General Assembly and ) pout, when by having: a DO' Dock, and other essential' means at in in. we are told the East il:too,'altd" i Abolitionists" "Locofocos," t John I Hancck"an The New York Courier remarks:
Senators Ilrprcscntatae
lion be made to Congress (through.mlr viz P'nacola'y Yard, vessels may bo ? on the. station for ears, The above extract is from the St. Augustine Her the Merchants" We cannot comprehend what all Upon tha relations of Great Britain with thU i

for the pa!>a' e of a law or l. \xsith the flowln m-irh provisions of tho : and in case of necessity could be built at that point as well ai any aid We observe likewise in the same paper a com these epithets have to do with the matter If the country the change of 1linistry. 8 far 8 it has any i
1. (;ivii.g authority to the StVeto relinquish { cn. certain: to the Gulf effect, miM be injurious. Ministry was not :
other thereby giving a more easyand security inumcation, a* we coming from (the memo Advertiser means to refer "cant, "clap-tnps,
N. and W. presume
5 R. I 1 )
T. discreet
(being ,but eminenthyprudent and It i
tlrp west and the South: therefore only pacific
tkc town \palu'hiCota" of the Great
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and to the commerce stuff applicable to
breath the and
is worth retaining. this nm be done in whole, half coast \ hers from that county, which same spin "slang tomfoolery" as has always been taunted by its opponents with timidity 1

as not lands selected in lieu : While we sincerely regret that 0 old Democratic St hit article, we leave him to indulge in this vein of anda disregard of the national honor, for haying -
or quarter sections, and other thereor resolved the Senate and House of Representatives tf llcSfac the checked the of its predecessors,
all of the Be i by Johns," 0 the Banner County, is so meagerly represented humor much he pleases. But what has headlong career
; the State to select or any part That in order to a a i moderation to
I
Chins for
more
2. althoit\ and having
General "
for the of of Florida in Assembly col'cnct! and would fain have given it another blue hills of Jersey," or John Hancock, to do especially given .
lands granted for Seminaries of Learning support for the its reckless system of interference in the at.lr5 of
acola
make the Navy Yard at Pen an clJclent purposes the branch, if it had been with the ? We merely that there
In. nember suggested
I'ublic St hook" fir thing the Scit of (Government, and .tor in Rprn'nlli'c mater other nation. The incoming Cabinet we apprehend -
in biudies cotifoimmg to of the legal sub. set forth in the foregoing preamble, our Representative I Corgress: ,'ithin our gill, we must take exceptions( to the gen were distinguished jurists in the South, perfectly will at all eventsnot be more discreet and pacific -
teinal Improvement any be and our ', be, and are hereby 'trch..I, to u of law, than that which has out of office"
lands and offered at requested, Senators .e. eral tenor of the articles in the Herald We exceeiin.lY competent to decide on the constitutionality a just gone
fi\Uion! ill which the public are surveyed public built Petmcola Navlard : >
fohivea Drv Dock at or near
tI'pr : referred them tone The
StCtlon of the North. and Tnbunemy*:
,fnh ic' lo BOO any "xcitem.t npnnthe \\f\\\\ those
.
3. Authoiizin and requiring' patents to 1t issued! to this State for ; that copies of titus preamble and f'olutiul, duly c-rtily/ al divisions'tc in the State. We should be one!people, : once a a resident 'Mobile, \hOe celebrity, in .The change of Ministry will work no change in
and be b the Secretary of State, he forwarded b him to each of said Sen. Lord John
these land* as IUIII ac their M-lrction approval shal complete } ) united as a threat whole, and no sectional qnebtio tome retpects\\i equaltothat of the superannuated the British policy respecting Oregon,
sell and ators, and to said Representative.. bring thoroughly committed! predecessor to
( the Slate to
4. living to 'lthorilJ as may expedient,
I should be suffiredto. divide us. old! gentleman to whom they applied. We did this,a of the British in that
after the of selection and sale to invest the [Adopted by Senate, November 1't, hl ll. Acnpl.lly\ House of Rip-e-tcn- the maintenance pretensions
deflating expenses pro t tines November), 1S S4.- Approved by '.'mor, NovemberMjlsll t .] In reference to the law passed at the late session wedeemed the change of venue from our own Judges quarter .\1 we hope horn it is a clear and obvious

coeds koasto secure the objects of (the grant. -- of the Legislature, for the apportionment of representatives rtectec somewhat either on the character of our reason for renewing the n 'Jtiatiol. 8 far a. any

[ \dopt-d; hv House nf R-prcs-nt! .iti\es i D,'eem'>cr 1 2, Ivl". ..Od"pt-' Son [No. 11.] Resolutions relative to the accounts of t lie bhrn IF and Jailor of Mon- in the State Jr i"latlr,', many difficulties Judges,or a disposition to gain advice from those interruption has really taken place. If the two
ate Docetii1! !<*, 1'1'a. ; by the Governor December 20, lsl"] roe t londa. Cabinets will not undertake to daub over the differences -
\Ir''L- lolnt. occurred The first proposition was made in the with whom they were better acquainted, and more with the untempered mortar of a Tariff bargain -

[No 1 ] Preamble and Re*.lutinn in relation to procevdmcs by SolicitorUestcrn <,r lkm/'ct by the Senate and House Repre! senlatirrs of ihe State House by Mr. Alexander of Leon and Wikull.a follows assimilated> in disposition. Well, every one to his we hope they will be successful in settling the

Circuit to against fie! bt. .\I.rearll Chipola Rail (ll in General Assembly convened, That this General As- : taste, for which there is no accounting As to the dispute"
'. b astit\to sernblv, concurring in the representations and views set forth in the The New York Sun says:
Iliad Company.WHKKHIS That from and after the passage ol this act, basis blue hills of Jersey, we love and revere them a

the Governor; and Legislative Council ot the Territory report of the Committee on Claims, touching the ft\'crl accounts of of representation in the Hous of Representatives of much as we do the character of John I Hancock; and in .The consequence of this measure is of vast im

Edwin V. Page Sheriff and George Stafford, Special Jaibr, of General of the State of r portance. any of our readers so far disregarded our
the Assembly I
of Florida, did in the year 1KJJ. pass an act entitled, An act to rico thai reference to the history of the Hevoll'ion. we arewell and

incorporate a company to be called the St. .Vndrcvvsand Chipola Monroe county, against the Terntoi\ of Florida, accompanying he two thousand federal population of to each ; satisfied that the character of the Jersey Blue belief America in permanent to apprehend peace tear between, we think England they will
and until the next Apportionment representation a
Canal Cumpinv: ," a11Ltra in the jeai I&37, the Governor: and their joint petition referred lo said Committee, are of the opinicn that l he made, as provided in the Constitution, the several who figured (conspicuously during that period, were now dismiss their doubts To the poor of England,

Legislative Council aforesaid, did pass another act entitled, an act s-yd accounts arc correct, just and true, and ought to be audited and Couatit"shal be entite to the following Reprosent.iices not the less admired by John Hancock, or any of the Ireland, and Sotlad.this advent of the Whigs is a
of the United States. Walton! blessing is J le sJo the farmers of the
to amend an art cntitVd! an to incorporate a Company' to be paid at the Treasury ( viz : Santa R"3 1. sages of the Revolution John Hancock, it is true. : .
ac of these and of th'o \ 1, Jackson 2, Calhoun 1. Franklin 1. United States It ensures the pacification of Ireland,
I
Resohed. That a resolutions I. hington
called the St. Andrews :IH Chipola Canal Company', in which further, copy 3, 3, Wakulla> 1, Jefferson 2, Madison was a merchant. He must have been a patriotic foreshadows the downfall of the French Ministry under -
Gaddtn
last said ac the name aol I style! of said Company, was changed to I report of said be transmitted(( bj the Secretary of this I. Hamilton Ln, Columbia I. Levy 1, Alachua I, merchant ; but it was perhaps to the management (f Guizot, ancleado us to look for a speedy termination -

that of St. Andrews and Chipola Canal and Rail Road Com State, along with said accounts, to the Treasury Department of the I Marion 1, Renton 1, final 1, Nassau, 1, M. Johns 1, Samuel Adam,and Gen Warren, that he was induce cf the war in South .America. It is,

pan," and whereas, it i ii believed that the said incoiporated company I United States, and that a like copy be furnished by him to our Senators I ()r.tuu.e I, St. Lucie 1, Ihllborough 1, Dade. 1, Mon to lake so active a part in this glorious enterpnze in fact the dawn of a brighter era for the British
I Empire, %ud for all nations having intimate relation
has failed to do and the matters and (things I Icon'ained and Representative Congress, with the request that, in case rue 1. kicked .
entirely in
perform ",\ui(1 until the next apportionment nf Senators But why is all this tempest a tea pot, ship with that great power
said accounts shall not be audited and paid at the United States Treasury -
in the said acts of incorporation afortail. and have ceas. 30 provided tor in the Constitution, there shall be up about Apalachicola' What interest have the I The Journal of Commerce !ays-

t'd for a long lime to u--e their aid ( *, ( it ii believed they will use their exertions to obtain the passage of an act of sixteen Senatorial DistneU in t his
that the public interest woul 1,1 greatly advanced bj direct. Congress directing the same to be done. bo as follows: the counties of Ilscambia and & honest, and efficient men, are appointed thc effect this chance will have upon our relations with

in:; and adopting Koine mod* to procure the frfcturl and dissolutionof [\doptpi] bv' I HouvMif Representative*., Julv 22, ISI'i, Adopted by Donate, P ISA ,hal compose the First Di-tnct ; the countiesof of their I Great Britain, it is not easy to say ; but it will probably
Julv' 'I, l n. bv' the Governor, December 23, tsJ3. \\ and Wa.-.hinton! shall compose the sVcontDistrict weighing of cotton part eommi'gions or favorable. A nw Minister to Washingtonmay
the said chaiteicd in the of aforesaid b
act
pnv ileges< incorporation \lproH. the of Jackson shall composed the who send
; county perquisite ? And are not the planters appointed, in which case,some of the em-
Therefore be il re\olrtd bi/ the Stii'ilc and Hotsc of Represents. [No. 12.] Preamble and Resolutions in relation. to tl. Everglades of f HondaWIU.KKIS Third Dictnct ; the counties:of Calhoun and Frank. their cotton to market somewhat interested, and barras-ments in the way of the adjustment of the
tires of the Sliifc of Florida in General Assembly That Ini shall compost the ourth District ; the county of Oregon question will be .
rom'clrt There vast and tensive region, commonly I termed Fifth the would it not give better satisfaction to both parties, remofe.
a the
,
i1 Gadtden shall coun-
compos ; thinks will have "
the Solicitor ot the; district, be, and 1 he is hereby instructedto Iitric The measure a
institute \t"l'r forthwith the St. Andrews and Chi- the Everglades, in the Southern section of this State, embracing no tv, Qf Leon. shall compose the ; the to have the cotton weighed by disinterested persons? !cdati-c JrtIJ. upon the Oregon question and tendto
proc'-eding against
inconsiderable portion of its entire peninsula, which has been hitheito county of Wakulla. shah compose the Seventh Dn Or is it that the law would have been nti.farory, if I a renewal of the negotiation.The .
pola Canal and Hail Road Company', for non n"e of its trict /,the of Jefferson shall the
county compose New-York remarks follows
franclis.sand ;
valueless in of being covered bya a Whig Governor, Express as :
regarded wholly
for other causes, and chit: he -ndeivor to enforce in as consequence Eighth: Distric; the county of Madison shall com passed J'i% gl/aluuanc "We confess that, Americans we hear of this
liv. water at Mated periods of the and the supposed impracticability District the of Hamilton so as to have secured and fees of off ctowhigs' a.
year county
Court of hi* district, a forfeiture of all the privileges and franchises POSthe ; change of Ministry with deep anxiety, if not with
in its acts of of draining it : And whereas, recent information, derived from shall compose the ""enth District ; thecounty of Columbia We will wager three jack straws, that alarm The accession of the Palmcrston Ministryto
conferedon : incorporation.
saie compiii the most respectable sources, has induced the belief which is daily shall compo the Eleventh District ; the politics is at the bottcmof all the fuss and fume,and power, is. if it has not changed its character, a

[ Adopted by Uuuso (.1 t HClr| rMnf.at'!,', DfCMnlKT '.}.;, 1.5.dupl'l 'h\ strengthening, that these opinions are without foundation, and, on the counties: of Alachua and Marion shall compose the excessive dignity of the resolutions of the merchants belligerent Ministry,and a Ministry far less disposed,
Senate, UecciuUr. I. Appr id lithe (;u%trner, Dt-ctmber 'J7, l S I I.]] Twelfth District ; the counties of Duv aland Nassau and with far less to make amicable treaties
contrary, that at a comparatively small expense, the aforesaid regioncan shal compose Thirteenth District ; the counties meeting,and the remarks of the Advertiser,and that with the United States]lwer than the Peel and Aberdeen

[No. 5.] Resolution respecting the) securing of the Treasurer's Office.Resolred be entirety reclaimed, thus opening to tho habitation of man an Q Levy, Kllhborou! and Benton shal compose the time will shortly prove the law to be a popular one Ministry It will be recollected that Lord Palmer-

immense and hitherto unexplored domain, perhaps not surpassed in Fourteenth District ; the St. Johns With all parties, a soon as the effects cf a little disappointment ,- ston and 5!. Thiers came within a inch of involving -
and house
tfic Senate of the State
by of Representatives and St. Lucie t the Fifteenth and France in and that Lord Pal-
Orange
and natural other the And !hal compose England a war,
advantage .
by on globe subsides.AIcamlturnI
:
fertility every any
in General That the Treasurer is and Dade shall
of Florida Assembly rnlncd, District ; the counties Monroe merton denounced the Ashburton Treaty as a"capi
i is less the interest of tho General Government
than
authorized, and is hereby instructed, to put such additional securities whtrta!, i no compose the Sixteenth District ; and each SenatorialDistrict tulation" It is true, that this Ministry will
of Florida with its donation of unlocatcd land Society, ver
to his office as in his judgment he may deem necessary.Adopted last to adopt some shall elect one Senator. have enough to just now to take care of itself,
early and efficient measures to test the accuracy of these representations It :, January 30, 19IC. but it is true nevertheless,no Whig Ministry in England
blouse of ,December 16 This could not the was T.'LL.UUSU
Representative 1S43. pass
[ bv Adopted bv Sen..1. bil l.egi1turc.
.. : .. .. .!,. .. ,! nflVrfi, -_ .__ Ck ., 1.'. II can afford to be, or dare to be, as liberal in
fl.d-.i'nh.r 1ft IdJ1 Annrn\c'1 liv ll))<> GtiVirnnr IWroK' i" 1:1 .l ;n f C e.htitnll 0.1 : .U 4k. ITlaar '
treating with a is a Tory Administration -
-- lie u inerejorc resoitea by ftc denote and House oj Heprescnta therefor, which the House would not adopt. A com '. Republic a

[No. 0.1 Preanatileand Resolutions:relating to decisions of the Supreme Court fives of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That ourSenators mittee of conference of the two HOlie was appointed Secretary.The Constitution was read and adopted. Sixteen Republican, because tendencies Whigs in and England are are therefore suspected, often of
of the United States. in be instructed and
Congress our Representative requested, wlichs.id committee reported an entire new bill, members joined the Society, by subscribing to forced to b unjust in order to get rid of the suspicion
WnrflEA S Tit attention of Congress Las Loon called by the to bring this important subject to the attention of Congress at the which was attain disagreed to. then being near thE ."
I Constitution and fee of dollar.
Legislatures ( several States, to the necessity and importance earliest day, and earnestly press upon its consideration the propriety the close of (the session, and the. Legislature umvil paying a one .This change of Ministry (continues abe same
and forthwith The Society was further organized, b the appointment ) must have so engrossed the public mind,that
of a distribution thc te\.trl States of the printed Reports of policy of appointing competent Engineers to examine } paper
without
among ling to an apportionment
adjourn passing of the officers the Oregon cannot have been
following : question seriously con
Judicial tribunal in the Union the and the aforesaid region.
the Court of
highest Supreme survey
bill, the was which passed in Cabinet,so that the steamer will bring us
rn'ntlw intro'Jctc Col. B. F. WhitnerPresident Col John siderc
the United States, in a manner similar! to that in which the Laws Resolved, That, immediately! upon their passage and approval, his and was by the Governor.As ; rJrkhi, of the opening of negotiations ; only the.
Thomas and John S. Vice Presidents -
I, and Resolves of the National Iegisaturt! are distributed ; and whereat Excellency the Governor bo requested to transmit to tho persons before arpro'ec remarked we were not in favor of the Reynolds, Sheppard, rumblings of the British press. Nevertheless, we

the Legislature believe a distribution of said \ to the Commissioner of the General Land Office, and I Ito ; F H Flag Recording Secretary and Trea- await her news with great anxiety Never was foreign
Reports preset law ; and of all the propositions, mo"t approved Col. R. W. Williams Secre news more important than that will be."
surer ; Corresponding
would be of great public utility :therefore, the President of the United States, certified copies of the forego I. the bill introduced by Mr. Alexander, we

RcsoJred by the Senate and Home of Rfpresenlativcs of the Slate ing preamble and resolution and lo communicate with the latter offi. think the mo-t equitable and just. The Constitution tary.The The democrats of the Mississippi Legislature have

of Florida in (;,'neral Assembly convened., That in the opinion of ccr, and furnish him with all the information in his possession in reference I that the be made during Constitution Po\'ice for a meeting of the nominated Gen Henry S. Foote as United States

this Legislature it is the duty of Congress to provide for tho purchase to a sujec of deep interest to the General Government as 15and requires that apportionment apportionment, according to the population Society,on the first Saturday in every month. Senator for six years, from the -1th March, 147, and

and distribution of said Reports of the decisions of the Supreme well a to our own. the We doubt not this Society will re'JI in great Joseph W. Chalmers to serve out the unexpired
of the several counties, according to
Court, in such manner as shall be best calculate to subserve the [Adopted by Senate, Docemb<'r 2, '10. Adopted by House of Representatives the United States good to the agricultural interests of Florida. We term of the Hon. R. J. Walker.
of
basis under the Constitution ,
public interest, and as wi furnish at least copies for tho officers of December-, 1SI J. '\lprove by the Governor, December 10, 1S15] expect to see large accessions to the Society immediately -

the State and its giving however one Representative to each county,. and its beneficial influence will extend far The .Mastodon Cotton Seed, is a new and very

Resolved, That the Senators from this State in the Congress of the [No 13.] Preamble and Resolution ain Congress to paj arrears due theLcgiIatiure and increasing the number of representatives on a ant wide. We learn that Solon Robinson, Esq, valuable seed recently discovered. We publish a
Council of the of FloridaWIIKKEAS .
United State be instructed, and! the Representative requested, to territory uniform ratio of population. now on an agricultural tour through Georgia, is expected notice of its superior qualities in another column.See .-
The appropriation by Congress to defray the The great question before the Legislature, appeared qdrei-t iseni .
use their influence to ihe passage of a law providing for the expensesof here very soon, and doubtless will give much en!
procure the twenty third Session of the Legislative Council of the Territory to be whether the population should once or
the future
b interest to of the his
accomplishment of the design recommended in the foregoing resolution. meetings Society, by
of Florida, was insufficient for that purpose, the members and twice counted-or rather whether territory should b superior information,acquired by years of close application Correspondence of the Flondian.

AzdZ.e if furtJirr rc&olnd That his Hxcellcncy the Gm'ernr be ofiiccrs only having received pay for fifty days, whereas they served frt rtresttl, and secondly f presentation according to the subject of agriculture. WASHINGTON CITT, January 21, IS46.

to forward a of tho foregoing preamble and resolutionsto sixtyfive days ; and whereas the compensation allowed by Congressto to population I was decided and very properly Contested Election Congrttsional mineral.The .

requested thc presiding officers cop of both, of the 29th Congress. and to the Chief Clerks of tho two Houses of the Legislative Council, too,that population only should be represento.gi'in We have hitherto thought that the paramount dutyof lengthened and protracted debate on Oregon,

each of our Senators and Rt'prcseutatin'l"USt.s in Congress. was very inadequate to the sers-icesperfomied by ; and ; a required by the Constitution, one Representative the press, was to elevate public morals, to expo has been at last interrupted in the House, by the

whereas there are other claims authorized by the Legislative Council to each county. The next considerationwas vice and consideration of the contested election from
[. by Repre-scntativcsDec 12, l.l:>. Adopted by Senate encourage virtue-to induce the young and your
\te'lte IOI" for the mpnt whereof no appropriation has been made by the number fixed for the On this State. The Committee
pa) Jet to ratio. ambitious on Elections hare reported
.Approved by the Go\ror. December 20, 1S15] a to aspire; and above all to teach men that
-- Congress, and whereas all such claims ought to be paid by Congress. subject there was various opinions!, the number was although the attainment of high preferment would favorably to Mr. Brockenbrough, and their report

i [No. 7.] Preamble' and Resolution, in relation to the Armed Occupation Law. Therefore, finally fixed at 1450. and the apportionment was not exempt them from fair criticism,yet that it was will be adopted by the House. The report of the

WHEREAS, Many of the good citizens of this State have located Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the made in accordance thereto I has a we before remarked highly meritorious in the gifo to seek to win the Committee would have been acted on last week, but

on public lands, in accordance with the provisions of the act of Con. Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened, That our Senator I operated to the prejudice of St. Johns Couny i confidence of the community thus securing an immunity for the absence of Mr. Cabell from the city.- Mr.

gress of 4th August, 1642- generally known as the Armed Occupation and Representative in Congress, bo requested to use their best en. I : from the petty slang-of every graceless wit- Hamlin, of Maine, the Chairman of the Committee,

Dill: And whereas, said settlers have, up to the present time, dcavors to procure an appropriation by Congress, sufficient to pay i But we ask bow has it effected the several districts I ling. This seems not to the view of the Editor presented to the House, the data on which the report

4 fully complt with all the requisitions of aid act : And whereas, all the arrears due the to members, officers and chaplains of the Legislative ? Who are benefittcd-who are injured ? We of the Albany Courier, if b we are to judge him bya was based; which was, I doubt not, perfectly
Council of Florida three
aIM granting of baid land to said settlers would greatly enhancethe Territory including dollars per will enquire I silly remark made in his last satisfactory to the House. Mr. Brockenbrough willet
J paper in regard to
value of the other public lands in that fertile and interesting portion diem, extra compensation to the Secretary of the Senate, and Chief First, what is the population of the West, Middle our article relative to Senator Yulee. We ; the seat.
Clerk of the House of for their cannot get
of our Slate, as well to create a considerable source of rc'cnuc Representatives, services at the ses- East and South ? The proceedings in Congress, foi the week ,
a our consent to insert it in our columns..e past
and all due under the head of
of
': .for the State, inasmuch as the same would then be subject totalation. and lion 1845, arrears miscellaneous The population of the West is 1,71. and the the Editor intended his remarks as a sulPo- so have not been of a very interesting character. In

Therefore, contingent c pnses. present law gives them six Senators nine Representatives. the fate of Hudibras his he Senate, Mr. Hannegan has offered an amendment
is
eminently whose
Resolicd That of ihe and own ;
foregoing preamble resolution .
Be Resolved, That our Senators in Congress be instructed, and to the report from the Naval Committee,
i
gun. providing
our Representative requested, to endeavor to obtain the of a bo transmitted to our Senators and Representative in Congress. The population of the Middle is' law for the construction of ten
passage Home of December 11, IRI'i( ,57ancthe .When aimed more steam war
[Adopted by Representatives Adopted by at duck or plo'er.new ,
the settlement! laud under the said gives them six Senators and fifteen vessels
term on public .to be
law, modifying December the Representatives. built from the proceeds of the
Senate, 22, 1840. Approved bj Governor, December 24., 1915] wide the mark and kicked the public
act Congress, so as to allow patents or grants therefor to be" issued The population of the East .11,&'>.J,and tlc law owner over. ands This make twenty war vessels now proposed;

:" immediately to all such settlers as have complied with (he terms of [No I 4.] Preamble and Resolutions relative to Militia Service. kc.'IIF.RESS gives them six Senators and thirtec Representatives Here we leave him to mend his: manners, and im- it certainly smells of gunpowder. In the House,a few

settlement of said law iij) to the present time. \% The Governor of the Territory of Florida, in the year The population of the South is 167S, and the law >rov'e his taste a best he may. more speeches have been made on Oregon. This debate -

[Ad., t(1 by House Representatives December 10, ISI: Adopted( by Senate 1839, wag authorized by an act of the Legislative Cuuncl, to raisea givt them one Senator and two Representative! re growing wearisome, and very little attentions

t December 13, ISl. .\pprJt by the G'rnr ( I1'! IS 15.] force consisting of several companies of Militia, protection To recapitulate, the Writ, East and South with a The Editor. of the Sentinel has:in his last paper, paid to it. The members who have spoken, orwho

ol the frontier, which companies were mustered into the service for a population of 31,101, has thirteen Senators and tw en- made the amende honorable. With him we repeat, do not intend to speak, do not spend much of

[No. 6.] Precmblr lluu and et H.-srluiion Key liijraync relative-, Cape the Florida.establishment of a Light. period of six months ; and whereas, the Government of the UnitedStates y-four Represent ati\ we are content to leave the whole subjlc matter of heir time listening to the speakers It w ill probably

Several ,have; elapsed since the abandonment of assumed tho payment of those troops subsequent to their being The Middle with a population of 22,567, hag six Senator Yulee's resolution, to the arbitrament of be continued some days, after the F lorida contest is

WIIFUEAB, years muttered into the Tcrritorialscrvice, and before the expiration of tho Senators and fifteen Representatives: six Senators to time. Brother Clisby has a peculiarly happy way disposed of

the Light House at Key Biscayne, Cape Florida : And whereas, the period for which they were mustered, were received and musteredinto thirteen Senators, fifteen Representatives to twentv- of his own in getting jut of a controversy: we knew On Monday the remains nf the late Hon. William a
is al-
'& whole line of coast, in winch d Cap to florida the navigation comprehended vessels, boundto a the service of the United State" for payment, and turned over to four Representatives. We ask, in all good feeling, heretofore, that, free from the influence of partizan Taylor.a Representative from Virginia,received the

ways been consid.rlr as And the command of a United States officer ; and whereas, eleven men, why the different sections are so much disposed to fdag. his heart was in the right place. usual respect in the House. The funeral services
the (Julf of Mexico whereas the
: esfahlishmnt
and Horn any point on commanded by Allen G. Johnson, were rejected by the mustering find fault. with and cavil at the Middle ? Had the The quibble in the Sentinelas to the right of Scn- were performed by the chaplains
the
of the Light at Cape Florida, or some other point in that in presence of
officers of the United States ; and whereas, said men did perform Middle more than her share Rather has she her atom Yulee, to spell his< name with an E, or Y, is he President, the Cabinet.but h Houses of
not only to the convenience of masters of vessel Congress,
vicinity, is necessary service in defeMicc of the frontier, for a period of two months and fifteen fair and equitable representation of votes in the State fully a sensible a the question propounded to the he Supreme Judges, and a large number of
of life and of which citizens.
the navigation of > ,
*, but also to safety pro| crtj and in of their being rejected by said Legislature Why so much at Wakulla redoubtable Samuel Weller, who was bv
been often demonstrated \lay the frequent occurrences of das, consequence muster.jog cavailing &ke a gentleman On Monday last, James Hoban, Esq, the United
have of the United States have received ? We notoriously particular in fcuch"
lid J ,it. Therefore,. ofliccr not any pay for county admit compared with Gadsden or important States District Attorney for this District, died ia
recks along s co said services and whereas said services and Leon, Wakulla has than her matters, whether he spelled his
; were necessary, more share : but the name with a V, or his city The deceased
was
I house the a very distinguished
the Sena'e
Bf it J (!, by General an eonvtnfJ nf Rlprr-rcnatils, That our Senatorsbe of said men were received by the mustering officer of lie Territorial Middle has not and it is in bad taste for the other a W, replied that depncl entirely on the taste member of the bar, a profound lawyer,and most elouent -

Sr! of l"orid1 A.f5emb1 in Congress to Government, raised for tho protection of the frontier :-thercfore, sections, unduly represented to grumble before the and fancy of the speller. adv ocate. He was appointed to office by Mr.

instructed, ate our HI'lr"8tutnti\ requested, urgethe Be it resolved by Senate and House of Representatives of counties of Leon or Gadsden do.
la fandhad
of the the Light at Florida, or lh th 'oik, in July performed the duties with
necessity Cap Stale of Florida in Assembly Tint our The apportionment bill could been 3 New Books
conrnltl Senator more fairly
h..e
Genera ability He had been ill
other in that vicinity, and to uo their to pro- singular only a few days.
seine pint I'st and Congress be requested to lay the matter be- made;but having been made in a spirit of compromise The Life of Franklin by Jared
Icprcsentati\'o Sparks :author of The arrival of the Liberty, a packet ship, has furnishcd
euro the : bro their best exertions to obtain an all will the Life of -
Congress, use appropriationto we hope parties accede to its provisions, Washington and other
important works late and
December 4 very important English
,
JIou ur t"l AdoplM by news. The
f Adopted by : ljlrtntti the said claims of said and that from sectional been laid
pay men. apart feelings, a united on our table for
examination.
Senate. Djceio'jer V, I1- Appron..1( by the Gotenur. IX-cemlx-r, 12 t .J:] a : I is avery late Brituh Ministry had resigned on the Corn Law
Be ilfutUrrlot'd, That a copy of the foregoing preamble and people we may move forward towards our advancing valuable work, and should find a place in every question, and a new one had been formed, under

TNo. 91 Preamble a'id Resolution asking of Consrcsi the erection of a Light be forwarded to our Senators andRepresentative greatness; a a State, in peace and harmony.We well selected library. The Agent of the work, Mr. Lord John Russell. Sir Robert Peel goes out tf povv-

House Cedar Kf *. in Congress. Sprague, is now in Tallahassee, and is prepared to Cr ; it is said, however.that retirement will
\
exceedingly learn that the only
regret Gin
of five and counties of [Adopted by House of Representatives,December 23, 1845. Adopted by Sente House of furnish the volumes in superior
Iradc be
The chief largo populous very binding at a temporary, and that his
WHEUEAB. principles will
Col Jno. C. Pelot few !
( December, 1S15 by the Governor, December, 1645] was a days since consumed reasonable eventually
the State of Florida, as well a. a eon\id'raMe portion of Southern Approve hy fire, together with the large portion of his cotton price. The typographical execution of prevail.. We are all on tiptoe, waiting anxiously
transacted on the banks of the Sinvannee river ; and in Athens the 14th the work is highly creditable to the publishers. We for thjnevvs by the
Georgia u : fKr The Georgia Annual Conference met on crop, nearly ready for market. The loss must beery steamer.which is daily expected

: whereas, the Cedar Kej s are situate at tha mouth and entrance of instant, Bishop Andrew presiding, and adjourned on the 22d, after a i onsiderable to Col. Pelot, and is an entire one, trust the Agent will receive many orders from The Liberty brought no news about the Oregon neotiation. -

river and are the depot Cor 81 the trade and communication up there could have been our citizens. I is accompanied by a very volumin ; .
no insurance.
The
Savannah fire
G. J.
sid Knowles sent to
J. a we
session Revs. ,
is eightdas. index, which refers to all the
trade
greatly increasing 01" diary, historicaland There
and dog il ; IUd ,'heu.as ; ant lear was communicated from the friction of the rot. are many opinions here, aa lo the probable
"iuru, in conifqwnce of the late imprmrmenis in stcanniga- Piert Athens, and E. H. Myers, Female College, Macon. political writings of this great man. course of the Scua'e on (Ihe resolution to give notice*



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that the ultra Oregon nen in the llou en member. The readiness and experienced parliamentary business information :-- (rrcte-\ely by "'. 11.=Lho3d. House 'errant, Ladies Maid and Seamstress.OV J JUST Expedition received to per the Brig Simpson, Narrative of the SIX rrcr:th* after d..te.1 hall present my Heal ac-
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and
notice that Senators incline Reeky to Oregon
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by
Capt. bate ,
Mr lalhoun'* \i.'w u f the Oregon. question, and) I several times taken Senators and;uditor b% surprise CTER-oshen._ 2! a :i the Court House, in Tallahassee,, a ser Fremont price 37J ct". fir a in! Ire f er the (Ctnnt il Jrfrtsor, ar.dn'., I
He eJis-barge
.iVa-'kMr. Calhounyy. ill prevail) in the Senate. I really' i* apparently a man of great energt', decision of ) 16 q 17e rant GIRl.,about twenty years of age. of pooel char. The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot Warburton. estate of James aw Xdrrinistrattr I.?, lenif sin of tl *

that the peaceful eewnsels) of Southern member character and !shrewdness and must 1 bp\'aluablt CoFFEE-St.Sperm 3 0 40 actor and altogether a Valuable enant Terms Lq. Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim <. Prvgres l'ali|| late fc( raid t'f .tnfy, eTejmd.
bare acquisition to the Democratic sideoJ the Chamber. : Domingo. a 9 CASH UM.. 111Th)!).
be adopted and our ed from In the house. font Hanna Green ARCHER, Auct Tupper'lI Pros erbial! Philooopht; ,a book(tllt.ught- Jdf'r.n ('i'unit Janmry 11 t' '
tnv (country!prescry or five -speeches were made on II a !Ae January 31', Isjf. oj It and arguments onginallv treated, .Ii. 2; im
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which will pmbablv j 1 a Illustrated edition e.ficar. of Wakefield.
I tit qftion. IO i NLY C OOflS
warWhile I 'rile. the ground it coycre-d with !e\trl dl'ldt : n.'OkCll.ruIh. the Lainuira 1 a lIe Adtnini trntor' NOI' f"Ce l ante's Poetical Woiktranslated I lit II. T. Cary snhsrnV! e
rs
,lei *h hells Contestant. is to make the next speech thou-on. He Java. 1 a ls'CorroncOrdinary persons indebted to the estats-nfiohin Hayis, The Philosophy of Mystery, by iVi.dy, jnilF batejuet rrcriTctl. by Frig re-
of ><"*'. and the merrily tinzling will followed 1 ALL JL ce>nic. fn i.. New \.1 Ii.
M to good }'air
: aSol'! !, accordiru J
Ilht. ----- :to custom : q lie r late rf lon rountv. will make immediate Holmes life ot" Mozart, 2.'t> do/. Ci ttr Mi
We all ; l1A00150-New n 9. Mnrle.I -
sapremr Court of tire Uuitctl states.DECEMBER are agog here for the next news from Euro]*-, COTON York.l"ryarl. l n 21 payment ; and all those who have claims or demands :\ '. Rub) School Sermons, !I-ll Ii(.is rriiil. lifts' ,
Quid !( are pnckin? their eir corresusindeiuis K J a still Parker's patterns,
them for aid to
I : ) present settlement to English competition Alsa\ '
TERM 145 variftt r.f } .
:: areuibbin their ; (\ Prflr -".
: |lCns.statesmen trenutling with anx- India 20 14 : UILLIVM N. HAMS 'lunces and Chanues, <>r Lilt as it I..hy Charl W lurh -(
tre'
}IO D4J.muar'12, 184G iuu-:eXCilfnlnt. tin M> who (like the good old DALE I PE-KenluckJ. rer 11 61 a 7 Administritor de bonu non Rural f'onomh" IM,nssinthaull". we e> r .-ur s-k at Ih..I""fOCf l j ricea.L .

Plff in Frror rt. i Iror to Court lady lrolhe'ing to her hu-iband tliat the cow wouldeat Gras, ,,, a 121 January :1I"-l*.. .h> 2m* Book of the Colonies, by*Je.hn Foist J.iuuart 3. ISIo i II 21 GKLFNEFJtG: A. CO.

t.r JraJfr.. : ("lnme<,) > Appeals of I lind-stone. art predating blood and PIAGGINGTWINt. ; a : Book of Good Examples l hy John "rot. -

\11UUA.l Eror. Territory Fla. thunder upn !hrlh-bt' the Ilibcruu i, Fa.otmu-Wesfern. pr bLI $71 a Midellt' Circuit of Florida. The l hook of Christrms. bv Thomas K. llertej, : tici''. --
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1ew a bi LEoN: COUNTY CIRCUIT COl RT. Flmor WvHis. edited t by J. G Cewper
Mr Justice } on lh* day dfli"f1.d the folio Prom the Barrel r nrM:. after 'au'. I will ajjlv fo the. Pr.l.afe-
hlu' A'ew Oileani 4 a 41 The SIX
Delta, January 1C Hal Tat lor & l. tC'h. Plaintiff I l'lif.t.lIlJ..hollld, The Squire, The heiress, by I
of the Court the motion argued FROM Corn meal. per a } .M.ss Pickcrir, !' of GaeMen ( (' Jnt1'. f<,r a fli-clwrsr trim
opinion
TEXAS. : .
ing tp1 *
a GRAtom r. Mn Assumpsi my execntvrshipol tin lest will of Robert }
? a former day. by Mr J J \YEITCOT. Jr.. for The Steamship New York. Capt. Phillip armed ,bl he. -' a !, Thomas Smith Defendant } Ascanio or the Sculptor's Apprentice !I\ A. Dumi deceased L.V. BAIT Dtmdson
O.ts. 73 Love
SI
a : and Mesmerism l h\ Horace 4
plaintif error. and by :I L A. THOMPSON and C. last .ctening ,!.; hours from Gal1 ton. Ue have: FUH-hckerc. Xo. I, per barrel. IJ a J3 NrOTICE N HEREBY GIVEN that, immtdiah'l 1 he illustrated histtvy e.f I laINlti"f'; ,h Smith Jim Kitto, Jjniurt 1.liJI; |.,. 2'3 t ra I.

lei for defendant in error receitedbj her.Oaltaston papers 10 the 1th.) Houston "I, hal bbl 71 a the expiration of four works from ttw The Manuel e.f :Matrimony l a Haehtlor -- .
papers to the Mil. and Corpus to .c elite I hereof, a commission yy ill from flue (le.rki.Hice iotacc.
A writ of error hating been lowed in this case papers I, .Jr. 4 a issue Mtsteriesof' the Backwoods, I bt T. B Thorpe.au -
been filed the the 7th m.. t. 1, & eighth III 2. a of Leon Circuit Court to take thf'del'.iti)11 thor of Tom Owen SIX rrmntl n after hte. I shall apply to the Jud. r

anJ the record not having by plaintiff The arrivals from Texas are now "o rejulir and 2. hard, 10 a .t t Jones B ordhaTi, a witness in behalf. SJKplaintilis A Winter Gilt for Ladies l beng; instructions. ill -- .f rolute l for Jelersori': (', iintv, for Irtlersnf

within the 43 rule a motion &made by the coun ;", Iniju.-iit and it h ','in. lel'on4 an integral portion 2. ., half Ii a 1 re-siding ill the city. of New ork : saiil < \.t'tJlt'-wurk. .ljnujs.jn as :uhllllJiclrat"r! <.Ni.rrrian Ilirl .late e.f

of the defendant on presenting a statement of ot the Union but little is left to chronicle bt lerring 1, bard. fl a 7 ,>I>osition to. tu taken as "HID as may IM aft'r f lie Fleming Field Nich lligs4outTiue) Orange Girl saidC,'tintvch-eeis.d. JFLItX HIGH. ) ,

el below, regularly certified to docket ant of the arritaU 1. hal horrel. :U a 4 ("suing of sa d commission, in tlu city of New 'oil k. of \eiuce The Ue- t Point Cadet. JetVrson ('nuntv.: Janmrv in. 1V4;. .>-, (;p, ,

the ;ludpwn1 amarrhThe horses stolen from a settlementa HIDES-Drt.perlb. 7 a to be Used i>i slid ease Love and Murder Durbin's Observations -.----------------------
the
anJ dismiss tbecaUkC. which the Court or.lere to b few miles below Rastrop about two months since, Green, 2 aIc t M I). PArT, East, C'lark's Casar PIn fair's Euclid. in K20 ICcuard. ,

dorr And now a motion is made to set aside that were latch brought to Tornj's Tradinz houstbv aparty DeerSkins, S a lOc12c January :11 1l'i;; 2"1 4t Alrof I'rlTs. Note 's Penmanship. New Music, Pnporfor Win- TN-\WAY from the subscribers on Saler. f

orJeT. the ground that the Clerk who certified the of Camanches They, were immediately* r*- LARD per lb., .10 a dow Curtain House Pajier and Borders. &.c.. *.c. .IX eht nuht l I'st TWOnrmmf'n. 'I. .'
cojnil l bt some persons lltUSt'. The LEAP .Bar Sea Island Silk Cotton Sf'f'd.THr. .E PII I r.X nrlJITl
acted without authon'y The certificate attheTrading per lb., 8 a For sale by 1'. A. HA1 WARD. FFR. whie)h we were mM i icg
judgment t ainanchcadmittttl that they boeii stolen front L'A TiER-Hares. per Ib 30 a sulsrnlMr has on hand about TWO JGX- January 21. 1-.'. _>7 front ,'IIh! Carr.lim to this state. Said ne.

objected to i.I the proper form u signed by R T. the Colorado. \\-hel they were reproached for ,io Sole, 2; a JL DRED BtSllrLs: e.f superior SEA IsLANI croci were arrrf about 2'.t- SCars--.- -0':0..1--.,.. r..tnnl..w....,... .".......
of the Court of of latinj the treatt, they that they had made a LAN FOR SALC.1 ci..rl.t about .> fet in height", f
Rn-hett Clerk Appeal. Florida dene Upper, per side jlj a 41 SILK COTTONSEED. which he will'ell at $1 pe I one "> tlrm having a

authenticated by. the seal of that treat' with the people Colorado ; and said Dressed Deer Sin!, 7!c a 51 i bushel The cotton produecel last year is of a stipe- .\: desirous to sell my Plantation on Lake- .!- lotvnward l. >k when >[>...f'n to. The were kersey is ?
the I .
ail cur. For onlt made a treat with the cl..tS! .Ulil!
I the s were much
on sm'kr.f!
people Me and al seed ut fre.m *cttirg bt
Ibs mile
Sheep a 1i nor quality its yield out 1W "olllln son. atj nine north of the cit> of Tallahassee cairp
admitted into the I nion as a State the 3d Bra7 was i LUMBER per thousand feet, $14 a I: I per acre to the best land. Any one within; se-n! y,itli a!>out 7fl.> acres of cleared lam' Till tires in tran-Ilintr- and I no el..uM on their wav: back to .

cf last but provision wa made under the 17lh The majority of Gen Jam P. J"Jr.on. for ; MOLASSES, per glon. 2a 2; must apply bv the first of March farm I believe w admitted to be "11f' if the Hunt South Carolina \\ e will give g"O itt their appi-.. s

article in the Constitution for the continuance of the Got ernor of the State, is very large OIK ton NAILS, per lb., rA. a ; -. JOHN C. PELOT fertile. in the State and has produced a" much ce.tto.ianel hcnsiona.Midelivert to iu at the Gilhard (plantation

ami officers of the until supcrxc.lcjuneler for Telegraph Gen. claims The the election of Lit ut. Governor. OILS A:D PAINTSppj.. per plon. < 14 a J 1 Mineral Springs, January 21, 1S-IO 25 2t corn to the acre pt('r hand a.s any in the Southern on \ri"CO'ol.le Like, .'r rl ln (or either' :. -

outu Teniter' D.nndl Corpus Chnsl( the 1.1 of the lalf. 't think the Clerk that it ha"lont in favor of Col Albert C. Horton! White Led, per keg, pure 3J a 1.11'11 in the culture Sirar, on the most ihiIfertnt e.l the KINDFR

ba'l; pos'-e'-sion of the record* of the Court ofItrats. Ajw Christi A the( of the 2d Dra. iMtns tell Corpus "I'- No. I. : n 1 1 HO XRniI-s THOM LlME. ..ist re- lard, which' Iud wished ten crops of cotti,n and onre.f Jefirson-.Ci.unit. Januart |". isio. o', .He ___
7th -
hal a lega! ri:ht. under it,sanction. to certify Lit-ut Steel on l instant, bt under the command of Pnot ISIONS-Bacon. Hams, j>er Ib, II I a 121* \J\J celtie: al.d for sale by corn: off of i'i aUNt Ji) hocrsheads 11 Sugar and Adiniiistrntnrs> ]> nfirr.A .
accompali. Li.ut Grat, ol the Sides IOn r). LADDNevy ) !lStt< gi'Ions'! of Molasses wa made wIth a ttonelen

Ii ju acres of ratoon c.ne, whichwih 1\ LL.1 persons intkbted fo the estate' r f John Stein.h"rc .
aside the above Hut in protection a part ol traders, which left there the--asesh l late e>f Ix m ( "n"tt. pre "huu'rehyriitutiuI
be ado In-
fet on ele
sal cannot ground 1C5" Bt'e j>.er half bbl S- a !i ten "iral>Ie to a settl r. The clearer! lar.d

eiuideration of a change of government in the Ter- or two tires uousl :requisition had been made *I ALT, Sck. 2 a 24 Su/c jr.'ft ..Manilati. March next.MienlPs ha. 1.,'C'n e ullivate-tl! e n the horizontal plan and 'h: s d! t.and tuuakitflcuhiate all JI3 ivnieiit_ I., the wrttt.
10 Gen. Tatlor for pr i 1I1 persons Living rlauas a.ai".t ., ,l
a 10 the tradi.r i
o eaehmtut. protect SOAP ) ; '.Iotill.d but little
< comparatively from cultivation
I
a 'C' injury -
ntan'. aiid the consequent embarrassment and arranist. a b.xlt ofCamachcs"Ileh vertiyiuu.I install Ilr ale. It tossin fine heat f..tllt.( will pre-sH-nf tli.m It''tll''mf'nt within lfn
Staaa-New lb., Sj el is ( and I filth, and is ra-
doubt m regard to thi. writ (f error ; and also in for th 'm about !1le. uc from this pl.ce.- White Orlealspr 121 a 1'.1, B Y virtue of a writ of fit-ri facias, issiud from pahi.of producing as much as it did when first time prr rriltil' bt law rr this) notice ill be plmU S
the t lerk; office of the Circuit in !'nr of thins .a
Lieut Steels1usd orders in s Court for the r.v'isrsr.1.vis
bring the
,.<._..L....filn that u__ the .nl-iintiflfin error in seven days_ I. Camanclws.as Double Refined Loaf. 10 a cleared Persons desiring such an estate, are requested -
prii >ners. the t m ant tt.it nutlestedthtc Ir.dlr: counts of Leon Middle Circuit of Inrid i, "lutI-in to exami'ie it. The of sale \. s.rnr:1ltn": .
terms
afi.erthe abtnedismissal! midc this motion, and ask- On the I day, the 7th, Corpus Christi was Lump aTrAS .\l>ram Dupont is plaint| lIT, and Fred. ink Ho is elffendant lib ,. willlK' J iniarv 17, l: ti*. y, niFOlR j
I.mt according to qualitt 7V a ?I I extremely r t
_
_
_
ed leave to fiie the record the Court will set aside visited bt a small! harts of Indians of the T'uukewa ; according to 10 50 I hive levied upon, and will exj'('-" fir sale. JOHN; S. I1FPARD -
tribe-21 warriors and 17 Th frdi. TOB.'CCO. quality, a before the Court House door in the cit) of TalHlia X 01 i if'f'. .".
former order and permit the record now to be juatts' (:1. Leaf 4 a JV January 21 I. 1' Iii. 27 ftAY
tit the bankol the M. Marks, and brought w ith them WINDOW GLU- h- 10 4 >aee, onMonday wee\s! slier 'at... I shall 3J.ty; to the H,,..
that the of the de- a
condition at
tiled on the option a few I bear acd buck skins for traffic Ol al the $ ,, the 2d day of March next akulla f'oiintyTVXCOLLECTOH'S: i1 Pni'Mte el Je-fT retun County for leave .

fomiant in error the plaintiff shall submit the case on specimens of sat acre life, .jts the editor oi II! (,a7- nE \RKS. within 1 legal hour,the fu11uiug d_ eri.t'd property, ; SVLE. to sell tie real! estate uf Uillun B Ki.patrtck.late- -
ette. it has been fortune those Tonkfa of sitl! ('fiui't tj dicea.-e : Bait! rt al estate It
printed arguments at the present term our to so- COTTON comes in and prices hate Alight h.it : mi; t.n.t
frey. irtue of lie
t atJl1.oril"esl..d] in
me bv law, leiiz in Je'fi.r-in Cou'aforesaid.
are the most InprtpIJsl.in 'j In- disciples of La- It )lowi grades and The least hold, estate e.f the sad Frederick HOT BY All persons in- :
on -
hereupon the fo'lowmg: rule wa entered : improved we in have this el. lu..t it-ti ; and I
: tat Gaul and it [>on, will expose to ft Tf T< ttill! takt- (e'm notice flit-reef.
er would be inclined *
spurzhenn togitethese quote *4 a i1Tlue N.nt York market remains firm, thelollowin desciilwd lot of land mtl.eritt f Tallahastc. '
e> >ul>hc sali', in trout lllh. ( .
made House
of the ourt the
consideration motion on a pre'i.lul in couuJ 5'M D MOSI ,
LFV. \
'rn'r.Bt .
"prairie beauties" a wide berth Among but little dOlc. a tin v an 'lu.urlt expecting the nretlier with the imj'rotem,-nt* thereon, t e f '\'a.ulb. Stat of :
of the lerm to wit. Friday, the 9th inst., their prenulogical bumbs, the most ) Honda T J. Ilr'IR. Ins iK-itor. (at ?
oa\ present jirumincnt areacquiieilireiaraa European| new pe steamer.111L1010US Ou-ut it : l.ot No. l';s>, situated e>n th<' corner e>f Jefferson fe
\\'estcott, to recmd and vacate the judgment and ].hilo-r.itictntts; plundering tuii and Adams streets I ., in the original .plan of the' On the fir.il Monday ill A tgu.ct next.ctweon Januarv lfi. I'll V 4t tq! I
ty'r --- ------- -
on the 26th ult. dismissing the writ of error first and"eating i tou afterwards' NOT ICC. eitt (.1 f Tallalnssec 1 the tisuil hours, the follotvinjj pie-cis lr "Noliee.SIX .
tIr The Army'Thctf' was is' ha\'t opened at Corpus Levied the of laid and of lar.d"iz
with cost*. and of tie arguments counsel Christi on the ni.'lit <.1 l tinth i mutant 1 lie The preachers of the i'1uruthu 1 ; onference. and )local upon a< property .1'fend.mt. parcels : m.infhs otter| date I shall itilt ff. lie 'tn.. i
thclup : tlu to l>e sold tosjtii-it. said writ e>f tien faciasA Let number cmtaininc.f'j I acresand knrwn as e.t Prolnte fir JefTersi ('
well in of the play was to bo the .Thr U lie," and the tarce .The preachers who attend (onlennce for Ordination exmtv frr letttM \
on hail as support as against &iJ motion A. IISIILR, SrriffJirum | flue IJiver Sury<'y', according to the original of ihu-stqj.si ,
Loin of Ix ." on their ari\.o at Montidlo itt call at surtey a* \dmnistratrr_ l dnuind Crab Lute
nr'si. x
ordered a ter 11. !tq !l. '- I;t J. W. I). Sbakjirt maul.to! \sa Hartlii Id &
It is now here and adjudged by this dence, near the Academt. from whienruthe% will be 'IfJtwlnll. San'eor.100., lots niiffi eif slid C'putilv (iefeamlGLORGF.
Touching matters in Mexico i the editor .
(.ourt.that the said judgment oftLe 26th be and has of the directed to I their 'homes during the ('onfercnce The her 12, 33, tl, "I 1 "... 51, f'O:il;I. e !, f", Vj, 70, 7Sij >'. ; : W ST\NHLFY.
ul. Corpus letter from ; March
Chn.t Gazet. On : a gentleman Monday '1 tics!. "1 containing It : ,
>Ii{ and! known
el( andde.erihed
: acres, Jt'ffers- C January *
the came t.hereby rescinded and annulled upon the at Matamorxs, ot the date of Decrrnber Jlth, oxaminilion.preachers of the set meet< ral. classes and c >immttee-s> ol SliiTiIP Sale. bj said numl'rs eording to the ori.ilai n < unty. l H>, Islut. 0 c>mAoliee. cduumjtijstraio'a

iavment oleohti. bv the plamtifTin error And it is which sass- \il 01 'r..tItIeliu.., t"l stirs cy made AsiHartfliM I Surveyor All t the %
| of fieri faciin is.iied the .
rpTY 'irtlll' of writ from
Gen .\ri.t.rests tost'. perhaps what commence examinatIn. lolf'f'I( to commence ; a a
further now here ordered by the COr. that the .. att< nds (,,.o. '. 'jli.t.. In this of the cout succe on THIR'D.I', the I 12th eif rebruirtp Clerk's office' .11 f the Circuit Court lor the eouitt in Imye in scrilje-el the lots of land situateel. It' ing and) beig rip HF ",'iscrilK-r h;iving o?>Uin(-d letters of Adfi. $

jUintjT in error hate lca\e to file his record and tr ', tt.t' projtlc furor( r f jicaer part, an 1 I should P. sMnii.'p: n of Leon, Middle C ircuit e,f Florida wherein Isaac the' cnnnfy; Yv-akiillj, tin ta"e..t side d nilnisration| *>n the e>ta'r? e>f Matthew Tucker, '
AViVnlli s
of ort with )Monticello January 2, ll'l "iITInstodou W litdlf'III"l'lainttlr.| : and William P. Dntal (.t al I River bein: a jHirtion nl what known ileond late of V.ashingteui Comfy, hereby irises ji
docket hi* case, upon the condition that the came judg< in lo\"r a treat fluUnited States- I a. Forl>es' Purcha-e. and ,levied a.s the $
defend I hive levied and will upon property Iiitiee to all!! whuo
but eon.5hcrahlexeutemet are int, upon exf'ose p4 rsons are ii.cJil.teel to the saith 1
a has l
shall a the option of the defendant in (error h submitted the new front 1t1 j'rtxluced bv Cotton e'f'd, for sale l I..f..re the Court' House door in flue cit t.t f.f Apalachicola Land Com-ait and w ill be soL selateto come rward and settle the' same immediately -;
Cfnerallarf( toIti..fv their State and County Tax for the)
on printed arguments at the term Tallahassee, onMonday CtUnty'if anei all persons hay it g t'emands! against said
present Dif. at Cor .on the nmrmnjof theTdinstant. FOR sale in small 1 ijuantitie-s bt DAM1IL L\II U akulla fir the tear IS 15. .1 1 -
}wlllf1 M Haines.a nati't of Philadelphia, : er LDU ARD IIAIlNAIII Tallahassee the 2d day of Jfarczue.mJ, AHIJMI hALL estate are ree.ues'et; ) |0 present then witluin two
of the United States. years. fr< m the s-th eliv el December.
in the 23d of his Januart Jl IM's or this -
upremtlur Ttrm 1S11.JAtAR1. t tar ae. l&-'i- :: within! )le-jal hours, the follow ing described property Shfl and 'atlJirio Tax C..I 1., akulla Co. notice will be plccd in tier of final ree-eivery u
IJrttl January 2-!, 'l IM' a
o-"It : [ ] J7 tin
Sugar; Seed Oat aud I'loujhs, illNRI'NE1L. A.ldr p'
3, lbl' MASTODON COTTON.-(I rom the .\'atrhe: Frtt Two lots of land, being Nos 'stud 10, in the eighth January :t. i'ts. 21 2m ''

Thomas Brown, plaintiffin error r*. the Lnion TiaJcr 1st inst.)-This article MHIIIS JOHN
Bank of Florida defendant in error-error to the make quite a revolution in cottongrowingVlul<' PARKILJ.hnuary l hy the United States adjoining the city of Tallahassee months after date, I shall apply to the lIon. For Sale. ,4

-. the of The it .a' ea>ilt- cultivated as that raised from the or- :, I Ir. 2'. on the south WNIt,contain me each nine acres and ::e of Probate and f>r JeHerson (ounty for A WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of flue t, t

Court \ppeaI of Territory Fond. dinart r-ed and t a Ids a much to flue' acre, rc<]uiriiigu -- Sea Island Seed. nine.hundredlhs,together with all the improvements letters e>f dismission as Executes of John Moore, most approved English: editions of standard '

UK.tion .dismiss the "rit of error in Has case being 'j more care or alnlon. the fineness length, soltutss Colon thereon ce nsistinp of a fine dwelling and all other late of said countr- deceased works ee>nsi-tmg e if about tine thousand volumes.

argued Mr L. .\. Thompson and Mr. C. Cox, and strength' of the staple, make it a competitor :\J\J nrSIEI.S. first quality of the above seed houses and conveniences for the accommodation of a H\RDV MOORE. Fe
for defendant in error and Mr. Brockenbruugh, and with the Sea 0 Island The lowest sale th.t has. just and R for II salt BERRY\ & CO. I! family formerly ccupied bt' William P. Duval as a JefTerson County January *7, l" lit. 2f Cm JOs I'. BYTHFWOOD, I

IK'en made of it hasbwn at I 10 cents, while hid it o residence. January in, is,jr. 05 ((cilIa. Jeflersoii C .unty. 3
Air. Eaton, ft plaintiff in error, Januart 11 I. 1 10. 2Sf $2.1 ICcward-f'oekel Book Lost.OsTT .
been handled with more' care and ginned helter, it Levied upon as the property of said defendants

Mr. Justice Mcteandeltveredthefvllowing opin. would hate commanded a 'higher price( even in the and to be sold satisfy" said writ of fieri facias I en I'riolathe l<.th intt., in Tallahassee, ir JUST Kicii\Ei: > K. j. u. FOR-JUM:, J[ :

i"n of the Court : New Orleans market, where tide is little competition >ale fir.
A m.tic is made to dismiss this writ of error,be. for an article of tin kild. .Sheriff's Sale. JalltlaTY 31 I. 1"1' 2S e.' tl.en-an""I. a niall leather PO(kFTIOOK 1 [! Bam Is No 1 Mackerel, ,,
.-
\Ve are informed\' Mr At.hev who first much '''fII. r< nfainins one hundred! soul fi/'v
causethe of the Court below procured virtiiL of two writs of fieri f facias, issued from in I <> Kt' hue Putter,
judgment wa-.ot.fna the 1t of this,valuable cotton, that his whole BV the Clerk's office of the late "superior Court kalrjirst Mintday March tuxt, five (1(11-irs in rrnnet <.-t3! rl ythich ytas in hills "I;.1he 5 dolonutta ketchup, I -*

and tbereha* l een no iT.ieuf citation crop of tht paif season. 20u bales or more is of this for the'rouat\: .fuuIden. Middle District of Florida, Sheriff's Sale. ( Bank < f d;.'ur.r'Iwn. S. C.. used sundry papers of; 2 el l..z. rarely Cherries' j

The motion is granted. The judgment below re. kind for which heexj>ects obtain at least IIi renth and to me dire .ted!, wh<'ri'in Mills Jud"on and MillJuds BY virtue ff a writ of fieri facias issued from n. sc-rvjr-; > al'y ;)er..n l ?sid,' tie ,\\n'r. Also one 2 turrets Drieelpples.; i
We hate been i to take the Cleik's office of the late Court for ote signed bt (;0'- John Branch cSateel! some-lime in
following '
Superior
the judgment of an inferior Court, and re- jfrmitte extracts n i Cn art ( and Edmund U. Hovtseand 1 iW t ox \ McPherson Ccugh Syiup.Jinmry .
nan I"e.Jed the cause to that Court, with instructions to from Kfttrs f"0 that "Ilt,1 commercial David' W 1I.inlifs.ar.defendants, I hate let ted the countt of Leon Middle District ef Florida, J a"l'I\T' 1 h1t I for c-'iVi, due on the first of January: ; 3, ll' 21

IOISI. Hock, \\'atf JL o Co..01 New Orleans adIresu.-sh l upon and will oiler fur 5.1", before the Cexirt I fou"t herein Silas F homey is plaintiff and Gabriel "fi, 1 pat abie to Fi>hn u Ssoiiultri; one note sijriieeit i ..

award a ttnirr facia* de store ; it yya therefore not to a gentleman of this ricinitt'. who ral<..lonl' twinIt door, in the town of Qumct. Mondit the 2ddit' HOIK is defendint, I hate let led upon, and will expose h J. n. r. llnuck, due Jannan I. lSl' pa v able to -OIuce ..

a boa judgment! on which only a writ of error can or thirty bales frum' Mr. A'!! etV !C-l.l to of March, I"IO, within legal 01 hO\rs. the following f.r sale, before the Court House door, in the flue iineK'rsigne-el : and erne note si/ned ht _Allen Ftl- O'-X' mmitl:s after eli'e I lie cndr'grad sviUappi .

l its 'alue. TheM; Utters together with the sales described property, to-wit : city of Tallahassee ks-il date not rerollected, for 5I(>. t.'jval. ![Ie also toflue 0 to the 11..n< ral>le J.im s F. B ,w me. dodge v(

ieUnt of error dismissed with csts. that. h.\'t J.'I made, fully establish the character ot Town lots in the town e.f Qmnct, known and elestinguished JIItrlay,111e 2d Jay of March next, : undersign 1 i.'tauc.'t1.enccuinty.f. r lt-tter3ofdismi'icnlren, j. 4
All hereSt
the :1..t..I. cotton in a plin of said town bt numbers "'i.; "' persons are ranliow'l not to trade for the estate of F 1 rant, licensee! '
within legal hours, the follow d'ICrihc.j propcrlt. said notes 'nt tliereon, liis .
ste
as nit >een >pped
vf the .NEW ORLE* ''S, October ;Pi.' IS 15. and 'I. the improtements thrn-on pat \\1F\KFR, ) '
Cvrrttpundtiicr l 'mln JlfJlr'r. I .If this Mastodon does net and Wltl aflue of said .-"itOne : I The a'M>'' reward! will l e paid for the r turn "f l G ; -- ott a- g.
r. property d'ffn.hnt" VIM.LRHOFTsj
upon
\\ACHINOTOV C ITT, Jan. 21, b. ton de1.rinralc \ sorrel Hor-" three f ow. and Calves, fourteen the piwkef hook and contents Word l I. left
ton would "pick it quite clear of trash and pin it ttith and to be sold to satisfy "aid writs of neri lacias mir Jarmry tO.1-I'| .. j- tnTaxc 'I
I' I Hogs, and hnmlreel bushels Corn gore or le!s. the, 1 Floridian '
Office. K.
e.ne at A'
T.-da, a i D Ik\'lI"I"'" a..lh"l'rol't'rl I ; e>f slid df.fpudalli. and January 17, lir 20 It 1'axr : 15-16. ItT
n of their formal: of the ,
spite{ prohibition subject this command ,(1) cents 31, 1MO 2> lit' JMr huNg I D. S ,
until the 10th of I'ebruarv nett Tb"deba'e "prunsui .The ample of Mastodon \ sent down would to be sold to satisl.: sjul writ of lien fa- '.'. ilL: undersigned haying bee-i appointed Aces-sec's sol

on a bill alprnlriJtn:fleemitlioncof dollars for : bring lure om crrtainlt f- and'OI prcihabfj cents Kale first Monday in March next.SlicnfPs A. A. FIShIER ShenfT NEW BOOKS, ste.rJ1OIVNSEXD.S the lift 11 ue |. r the ( euntv of Leon fe r tl e i

the ron.tr f1 team ships of war for the Some t ht ..means a!good was sold here ,2','w datsago January :'Jl.l 1..1': 2Bv K. S.qrscrns, I D. S. Bible, arranged in )hislorical/ and present 'ear. hcrtbv j.i esiirtire that he ss ill atteiiu 4' 4

protection of the :Atlantic and Gulf coasts which fur H>. Sincer>\i sfiit the seed we see already Sale. _L chrone.logical order in 2 tols e>ct.. at the It 1U VMII i>la<-ester tic gurpsv e>f recemrsr 5,# I

wa called up b\ Mr. Fairfield of Maine, til Chaertv' el the inhabitants: 4 44 j

ruin of Cotumitter on \a\'a
firs!. second aid third time wbfn. on the question] of tou .ei run the saw gin with broad L.atM. twice I for thocountt of (;3I| .Middle District' .ol 1'1'ri.la 1 virtue of two writs of fieri facias, issued from Thier's life Napolei.n, f Nos., Beard's sfoie, Micce-oekie, Thursday, 22d diCentre '

1' fMsaze. Mr Sexier ot Jrkalu'moved its jK tpoitmi the width of those ,ou now run, and gin slowly. Rut and to me directed w herein Lamer and (.e-e are plain- BY t the Clerks of!.re-of the late Superior Court fur The Chamhearer. ( .>oper's last stork 'y ille Acarleiiij, irid.uy, 23d do

'lit until the llnh' of tin das fiedf cm handle it, or do what tou mat, that ('otnon i. tills and John A. Byrd is defendant I h.Hc. levied theCountt of Leon'Middle. District of noridol. Donoghue. by' Charles Lever, Manning' Siturdat J-ltli elo ..

"consideration of the notice" question Mr. bound to your other aotton double in frtee" upon and will oiler fur sale before the Court House I "hf'n.in Abram DiijKnit and S. Griswold &. Co. are The challenge: of Barlttta from the Italian of Geetuc \ i Hiiz's, Mondat 2bth do

Farrn fld then sueiested the pror-rietv of making it bat door in the town ejf Qumct, on Monda), the Al plaintiffs, and James It Nick is defen-lant I have \7eglio. Thee.bold or the Fanatic, bj Hrnrich tort Braden, Tiiisil.iv J7'h elor 4

tnspecial( order of Tue da%' net.! Mr.Yulee (Levy) day of March !.JO, within I legal hours the lollowing levied ujH.n.aiul! w ill e !'Jtie for sale, before the Court Stilling The Visionary by Chiller, i rt Stan-burr Wtsiiuesilay,2th d'' -

delcnded the bill as a mta"url neee sar* e,f n if .'fra.vat Talboiton.-We lear bt an ntroc ofa described property, to-w it : House door ill the city of Tallahassee c n Only) -a f idillerand the Authors Daughter} b)' Mart Court Henise. in Tallahassee, ThursdayTuth.Fri 4

war was to be apprehended deprecated its con- ) % in this city from T.U lon. Geo, A negro boy by the name of San about tttentttcais How itt. The White It..,'. h\ Mrs S C. Hall day,;MMh, and a'lirilav olst January i

Ufotion with the question of i'ine the notice to that an affrat orur. in that place on Thursdat of age.Heretofore. Monday, the 2d day of March next, The IWter Brotheredited h, Leigh Hunt, i January lu, i.-.4''it. a:> GKO. W"HUTCH INS.

L 1.ld. Mr. Allen assailed the hill and declared! last, between toung men ol tlje\ nainet ol Cham levied upon as the property| of said defendant yy it hin legal hours, the folluwingdescribed property, knights ot the Seal 1 hree Nizht< in a Lifetime, !

tit would not support it. unless the .notice" I Lnan,1 Ceily in the course of which Cult cut and to be sold to satislt said writ of fi. fa. twit : The Jesuits, edited by C. E Lester LA OTI'E.

ta tirt passed Mr J. M Clayton avowed has intention bu ncarlt in two with bowie knife. Chambers H. C.: VEST, Sheriff Two hundred and (iffy bushels Corn, more or less, The White Slate, Maps of Florida Book of Law

to support the bill even if war was not a* be : -about a minute Ccih was imiuwduatelyarrested January 31. 1'46. 2. By JAM tII 1111(1, I). S. and twenty bales d.tte.n I'eirms American Almanac) for 1*-!';, Alb'inw, Gold 1 W .1

( impending, and expre ied his surprise andlmITone. A ttro' guard was plteed Levied upon a/ the property cf aid defendant, and 'ens, &.c.
ATTORNEY ND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
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pp ition should be made to it, after the admi around consequence >f an apprehension Slate TuCollector's Sale. to be sold to satisfy said writs of fieri facias.A. SChOOL BOOKS. ,
that an attempt would le made by Cell1 friend to virtue of the vested me by law I shall A. Sheriff duiury, Florida.
SIOD of Mr Allen and others in favor of the notice, B1 power in ITs-IIER Morse's New Geography, Parlet's New National

that it would probably' produce ,'a. He spoke forcitii rescue him. Ceilv was confined last summer for 0 expose for sale, before the Court house door, in January 31, 1SJO 2
\ upon their remarks, which he conceited a palpable dais, in consequence of hating made an attempt on the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon Bullions English and Latin Grammars, T T rids, ami of Decatur County Georgia.

admiw-ion that war must prow out of the no .Sl-its.the life of his uncle with a lie knife.-Evening On the first Monday tn August next, Sale first Monday ill March next.Sheriff's Latin Reader, Latin Tutors January 3. MI". ti4i

tice 1 lannngan next made a \trf ha j>py speech Sale. Fmer.on's Arithmetics, three parts -
:1 the following propertv or BO much thereat as will :. IS A lift AUD, Jr.,
ID which he commented with Eclectic AngelU SVnes
the bill
f"fr in SrEAatiRs.-The N. Y. Journal of Commerce pay' the State Tax: due on the same for the year 1S45: \'irtl1 of three writs of lien facias, issued from Readersthrceparts, his friends and the
.the the I'resi- By Comstock's Greenileal's it ritlumet ics INFORMS public
feat > wars Philosophy ,
den-y Hicitv upon out in Congress windy." He expressed fo his sats that at a meeting of the Cabinet at Washington, W 4, N W 4S lsT2lt'2, V and E., adjoining the Clerk's e.the'e eif the late Supene.r Court for kc. Just received and for sale by -L hat lit lisa taken the More on the corner 4
(vied a few data ago, it to make proposals fortiiobuilding lands belonging to Col R. W Williams i owner not the ce.unty of( IA''", Middle District of Florida of Monroe ami Two Hundred Foot
determination to support the proposition a necest \1 art January 17, IMt; 2'Ii; P. A. \YWARD.
but a of ten llf-a\ seU. on the following I known.TlueEISE. wherein Kidder M Moore, Angus Johnson and Wm.Cluojee streets, nearly opposite( the Court house
ue-ure in time of peace, more unprat\ plan to be built bj individuals, and 4,513, N F: 4ofN 1'.4, S 21, NI are lamtits.! and Fphraim: Dawkms and where befi.unda g.'neralasuortmcnt

"(tor I there was any danger. of w. "- used for Theelc commtrcial ; I hf goternnient to 1 of N W 4, S 2J, T 2, R .', Nand E, W 4, S W 4, Fphraim Diwkins and John II. fehehee are defendants. Tax Collector' "Notice.Ill I e>t genuine DHU.S nay AND MLD1C1NE.S. Every attention

kit r"plf. and alude'the masterly! mactivitt in advance a portion of t lurpos f\r which it ttill han SiSNW4ofNW4S1ttT2.1t3Natu(1L: S I have If'.it..lupon.and will exposefor s tie, before :\\ this day' )levied upon the follow! lots or |. paid to order of Physicians and Plantei.

\ of Mr C.lh"u., whifh condpmnP a lien on the vessels and in case of ne-ed, to tat W 4 of N W 4, S loN W 4 of S U 4, S I. T2, R the Court House door, in the city' of lalbha-ssee, of land: The n"irtii we-t hall f e.t the noith All articles yvarranted geicd anality. lov far ra ADelias .

'rotii; language Mr. Calhoun '"In.l, in a them entirely for government use on relunding the 3. N and 1S J of N E J. S 21, T 2, K "J, N soil F, On Mondtty, the 2d day of March next, ..1' quirter and the mrth I east hilt of t the northwest I jnst re-ceneit a supply of MILKMAN'SNORM.

rtniark in defence of that p<>lic; I. con- whole cost,or such portion may l.Tl; the te-9- situated )hing. and being i about t fifteen mil's northeast qTiirter Soetiou t ss tv-one. Tow shij' t tires,. IOU.II, C UiriiOR and CVHIAKTICLOXrNiL
ai :
cel"l would preserte [K>a.e, if peace could pre also to the mails while. in merchant of Tallahassee, on the road )leading to Burnt'}'s within legal hour-, the following described property Ktnge three. containing tune hundnel an : : > articles aid the sun st acne-
"ned limoraMy; and be further declare l. that if tel, carry Store to the Miccosookie Lake purporting to be- to." it; :1 of t land!, more or le ss, and In IK ",)I lllef l re the Court i j
or aIde N rm oh l aili-iirunterin,: m,- **r,.c,iuld not honorably! b aoi t-,_h: a for un'ii'l1atr1 .r"lcc. lone to estate of Theophilua II It man. Onehundred bushels Corn more or lcs4 fit e Cost I House eliM'r, in the tOWI1 "I' (Jmnct .on the first :I..nI'I MIHtM\N'S OUR MANs PL\srER>. IheIleaHllt 1

u .prep&rms tnecountrj i jr n. lie was opi The Ji.. N E 4 and S E 4, S 23; N W 4. N T 4, and)'Calteii, one Colt and twenty Hogs I (1.iy in Judy, IN f'}, for the 'eiuntt taxes due (.1IIilll'l1l( anell L.cst L tir tiered tu Ike ruhliclor

""r1 i I", ru.hia Iw dlesilt and wantonly into war, Oil ITU A It S 30.T 3.R2.Nandl':6.SJ..S2'', WI fW levied upon as the property of said ('elefendants County; for thejears ISIS, Is it anti I'sIS and costs Rluumatisii!| l'ain| yer the lack VAcaklso.DR

&. [ ;ueted that.with 1)ruleneepeare could be pre- life in this city on Tuesday the 27lh 4, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and II, situated near Man- and to be bold to satisfy aid writs of hen facias .he properlof Malcom Iilrhribt ntsc, &c. ;, ui Sxte.and -

'ned. and our rights and honor be U.intine lie Dtlarlthis to belong to Lewis Conner and A. A. F1SHLR Sheriff. JAMES A. MCMILLAN,
V nin ton, purporting FOHIIRS; OLOS.
SI'JJOWL. aged ; \ f.NIAN.er ALL-
-I n<< pn'rue to vote for the bill it was to lx u.st., 1r> IUCIAJL )un.I the Southern Lifo Insurance and Trust Companv January 31 I, hili. 2By K. SAL MTHS, I). S. Quin-y, Dec 21, 1"I5 :4 Co. Tax Collector.rpAKES iLtI5S'uMrun '
IIE.\LlN ir.u-atuzubearticktt! ( ; ls.Coiuhs
: solely as a war Mr. Han!i ?.ran the death of this Lady, we are led to view the W S l 10 N U 4 .
.rt Dc."ure I The E 1. S E: 4, S o ; W *, S 4. ; ----- -- --- --- A tlin-.a, 1 leedin< it the Lungs, t' -
'gp<. li I.>r ole would tote fur it purclv a.< a PCMI'*- uncertainty of human life. I was but a few short SlST1.R 1. Sand K ; Sl7TlRi.NsIudE., Salr.firsl..1Iomla1 in March nextMimtT : cLN-'T 'Y. jrjjFRAICISCES and its kiiHln-d tu.'s-asc't. l'-smn.hiets| ci rsnHiptiou ritaining .

t. "'* :an-. aid then \\t'ltrol cf Florida, and et- I months since she removed from the State of Alabama except the E I. S E 4 of said aecti'jnt also, L i.1\ s Sale. certificates
"*.','th.r: on Iwth sides that oftbeSeuiteChanih'r, tco, would itoex'laimed u- from the society of two affectionate daughters, W 4, S 17, T 2, R 1. N and W ; E 4. N 4, S Y, T tirtueof a strut of fieri facias i !iml from the I pectin; it,valuable" ft'ects! ran be bad gratis, by a]>- I

1''t'h. they 1',1'1 2. K I. Nand \\.,ow ners not know n. BY the late ..tboteTallahasiee .
Curt for the
Clerk's oflice of' Stipene plting as
her tutu
. etc '* *. Mr Ssrier asain urt'Ml! it- to pass the remainder of her days in rearing W N U 4. S I", S W 4.
j.
rOJd The E 4, N K 4Sli, ol Leon, Middle District of Florida wherein January m, rsl',. 1 rfA
i:. MpDncmeal wntii the dav. t ted iur the con ideratUe grand children in this place; a'id' during her short S 10 S and F-, adjoining the lands belonging to Gee.T .. county Isaac W Mitchell is {1-lainliff and Fram:is Holden II

V' .: queltn.1 of gus in,; the notice, lull o:i tin sta\ she had ..&eae he rself, bt her ainu'de' traits, INard Isui'r.,about five miles south east of lallahassee and FvelmeB. 11 Men Adirinistrators If 1 Robert B I Notice.

and that it might justly bj r .d.a* i re-. ol l.arunt christian, friend, to man who now mourn owner not knrwn Copeland, de','eas:d, are defendants I hate levied MEETING of the Mi kheWer* *>f the Union
l-riac \ and was n anti W
the Oregon W of S8, in T I. 1.1'\ ,
of N J.
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drth theirsociett. The i and will for sale before the CourtHouse Bank of Floriu.i. will be lush at flue Bankinlku.ue
of with heartfelt sorrow', her speedj rtmo'.1 from be- upon, expe.se
the to to
contingency long
tu1.e. measure bearing on MI acres, near Lake Jackson, purporting door, in the city' of Tallahassee, on Monda), m the city ol l TalkihasM-e, on IKt first ilon-

1 et there is a pleasing; reflection arising in Charles Williamson.The the second day of March next, within legal hours, I ,jay in F I>ruar_<(T fe r the ttecti*'u of I>ir rtftrsIIY .
4r tcoU! in reply ilr Allen's remarks, the mind that they mourn not as those who hate no E t of N W .anlW 4 of N fc .4. of S .1, in the follow me inscribed properly! to-wit : WIEi\KIU! L. KLTt.I.E5C.C.aahirr.

taattiIs u; .(Mr .\.'.) support of this bill depended hope, but with a blessed asssurance that there re- T I. R I :Nand w. 1GO acres near Lake J010"' I Lots No 2V,, 2rl I, 2:', 2V5, ling and be ing in I this rnelhe d to inform the public that he Jjiinarv 3, I'-t. 21 -
t tl giten to the Oregon notice, be.loll tn F. of Tallahassee JL has removed his (attinet Warehouse* -
the together
Ki1 Jr'i: the North addition to city to the
U14 that "upp for the maineth rest for the | of God [ ; S II.S: r.J.S27.all ,
never consent to Tote a Jt-Ile tf S %V 4. ; with the i impreivements therein Uildmsformerly o.eupn-eibv sfirr& C'o, next d'>or Duiilteuu's'ala Picture
"t K* until the Southern Atlantic and Gulf seaboard Mrs at a age, l became a sub R N allil K. containing 1JO 3u-10O acres in
SIJO'L. \ery e.ry ill T 1 '. I> tieel upon as I the proper!veil said defendants and 'to Peek' Tin Manutactny, the rear ot which he
:Qf. and the naval force f.rot' dcd for I this of God's sating and ha continued a firm uuituatesL I ing and being about fourteen mile-s north to be still to batisft sa.d writ ef fieri tieiis. intends to curry e.n the business of a C.-\I1I\FT .

*.*.l"<*" i. dsfence WM elioDo by an act 'jec and consistent gace.> the Laptist Church fir eist: of Tallahassee, purporting; to Ulong. to the estate A. A. HsHFR. Shrriff M.\KF.H.U\Ur.P.1'\KElland ITPJlUI 'FRFR: : :all.11 :>.PI-:( IH IA.inlrris the citizens of TsliahJ -

-l ,'u4 both Houiit of Congress and been it be aid. bhe of Robert Humphrejs Sanitary 21. t I'flfl.l -T7 Bv .\. J. FISIICR. I). S. tels we-ll prepanil let e\e>'ute' ant trUer,. in either I KF .* eaifi vi<-initv, that be has rvcrtvfd apparitus -
'gaett liven! in the
by While lie complimented) upwards of forty years },, maj), Also, the follossing town lets : 1.010.2'20 of the abme liranches of I his bu.mess. lor taking hut --i'.rtures. ai.d wilt be atie tea
theceuraet Hr Hantiegan the question, in Isreal During her long and protracted of the city of Tallahassee, and part of with the best 1
sad ti on Oregon was a mother I l.rijinall'lan; Just IlecclvcdAN He is l'roirl.'tl mitcruls for the lun.i>h them m tt.rf latest and iiuust improved ty laol
,,t Ujjf defence of the Bouthtrn seaboard, he illness, she gate to her friends every.assurance U No 17 t in the north addition to the citv of Tallahassee R manufacture ,.f now articles (.f CAinct rurnilurl', tin -rt. n.>oni-t Mr DeniiiltVDecem.MrJ' !
sale the Phoenix l J. Fortune
the south half of the D for a I.uildmp 10) -
1 that of Mr. Allen, at e alculated to jeoliesthcprcperdecaiun )- that her was clear, and tnat her soul also lot No 70 in 20 t boxes superior En likh dairy Chevse such as Secretaries, B'ireaus Tables, H( t">. iiBY _
way !
,
; of both questions. He becwld county' quarter of said citjMse.thr Chairs &.C.. i-c., in the neatest: anti inr-rt purfcettle.
that Jesus who has said .I will to belong to the Apalachicola 2.1 kegs l>est Goshen Butter .Iitt Rccei'st
; Ie follow )fr. Hannegan, as a leader, was tta- upon lands arporltnjr lie will also repair r any description cf fanutuie. ,
t1
fine Hains.
on the question, but nut the Senator leave you, or forsake you." With Christian Land Company" lying! in the count) of 100 dried tendon I J R OI.TI Nr., a fresh, .tupTc tTPCTT andhi.mjMi

lam Oh 10. never hc bore her disease until Leon, bounded North by the line of demarcation, January 2.1.1"46. 27 I Ie would return hu g-ateful thanks to the citizens Prints, MutLjind'LsineCalums-res.
i
Tl'UtIIOI was then taken on the motion to patience and resignation, to the inher. West hv the Ocklockny Rifer, South by the ccunty of Tallahassee for the liberal patri.nagthue', his already Bla-k and cliamreal.le Alpaca. i-at'ci Had .irgham.,

a d itJ:until the lOlh of F&Jjruar>'-Oregon daf- the messenger of death nmmone.her of Wakulla.and East by the St. Mark." River, and Ca .li Advances. I rf."C(\'.and rf''ectfullv solicit a continuanceof beautiful at;!I.' ol turnitnrc( Calico, hrown Linen.Ta.We

1't. .The Senate ironw-diatelt afterwards prepared for all ol God' dear children To known u part of rorbe Purcha WF. LLOYD will make liberal Cath advances their f.1Vou. all he pledges himself to give satisfaction Diaper, Plaid and Striped Linae y* and Kerseys,

dod I the special order for Tuesday next. itac and relatives le me say that, although A. A. FtSHF.1 Cotton shipped to his friends in New i to all who may' give hi n.their ciders both in one case eer.tlemen's fine lined and bound nuettBrexcana

\ MAffb' ll>e chwrina of the Committee on her children cheer them they Shff and ex-offino Tar-Col L. C. York or New Orleans. price and q.ulity of hu work. ; aUo. fine Mai saiks Quilts, ic, A.C- -
comfort or
1.1' t TbU ended another preliminary de. .he cannot return to January 24. 1 .r1. 27 6m October 4, IS n. 11 I January Id, 151'I. 2.5 December 13, IS-fl. *p
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Side LEON"SHERfFFS"SALES, I WILL MH.- W A-RD. ifw1c-AMES, O1X months after date, I shall apply to the Hon- CIRCUIT COURT OF Florida.

ry HUD'S. SIDES, warranted eul to an) in market. AND GENERAL AGENT, O orable Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for To SPBIWG TEaM, 1S4S.
/ landed trumCbr.. Maria, In'llIt'w Orkansnd -- Letter of dismiwion a Administrator ol Joel
for sale bv E. W. DORSEY, SaeMoiai. February, 1846. City of Washington D. C. Drugs, :Medicines: [ Paints Oils, late of said county!, deceased. Christian Bless, }

Nov. 2i. I* Corner cf Monroe and Cliiiton stt. Sheriff' >*ale.BY T) ESPECTFULLY announces that he ,.i attend Toilet Articles, Perfomery, if., Window Glass, Wake JESSE WALKER. t$. f Petition to foreclose a mortngt'
.1\ to the of Claims before severalExecutive William R. }
-. -- issued from prosecution 23-Gm
facias Pel.
rsfk ColTc'lor'soucc.. virtue of a wnt of fieri December 27th.
Departments of the Government, and PAINTERS' BRCSHE AND COLORS, 1515. and all interested
the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the THE prlm. art
I HAVE this day l-vu-d 1n\ l its N'os. eiiilit, nine i Count* ol Leon, Circuit of Florida, xxhtrein claim against the United States for Lands or Money, Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac. In the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit notified that the in the tbov h

ant ten and .ttvtn. McNeil's survey, containing Miller Iidnl and IA'us Hoc is .defendant, I to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims before abc constantly on hand, and for saleat the of Florida.Il was this day filed in the office of the Clerk of c.th,
hu-.tH.ivd lim', inf. between J..lt i"rl.mtt. Commi. ioners und Indian Treaties, I TiE Circuit Court for Jefferson
nixU-en "trl"( s 1fr.tr 1t'.I ly I have levied for Jle. bfuure "r or other ut prices. ClIAXCEKT. County. Middle Circuit
upon j \
Little Rinrand R.xkx Coiiilcrt.and t.I Iv j.ld the Court Houted.K.r. inthf"it city expose of Tallahassee! on : to lYe-emption and other I.and Claims, and to the Florida, and are hereby required to file their obj c:

h"*f.'re the Court III'I-(- door, in the tl"\ u t>l Qmriex' Mondax. the '. di"f l February: next, wit bin I legal i i j I procuring of Land Patents, to Pensions in the Army : Au. store a great variety of articles for familyuse IN HAMILTON COUNTY. lions,i if any they have.accordlnJ to law. Said mortgage .

nn the >r.t II'IJo in Julv 1..1. for thl ( 'Wlt'. hl.ar...the d.'sciibt-d property, toit : 'I and Navy, or bu"inl'1 connected therewith, to theobt.eining Pickles, Olives, Capers Macaroni, Vennicella, John F. Smith, it i is on the foIowmi proprly. to-wit: a certain

taxes d'U' Cds l It'l( ."atiiy for t h.e >v.tr eighteen liundrel The Eiiuty: 1.1.in of .::.<-in:;>ion ot the said: Louis HOT, of Patents fur scientific or uselul Inventions -I Currant Jelly: Olive Oil, Citron, Prunes', Almonds, $. > Bill for Divorce. tract or parcel I, b in the COID
and (,'rt.fheh&I )land > the .:Uiiiu.l: and loall other business natuie retiring I Sarah Smith. ) of J and the of
: (.t".I iii and to lots No. 7 and No. O'J, North a public I Rose and Peach Waters, Sperm CaJIt. & f.r"on. adjoining Monticello
dtfIt.ut.
ORrMENT?
Land Conitanv. I unt,n a* of sit defendant, ando Claims against individuals promptly attended to, AV the affidavit of the complainant's Solicitor that measuring eighty txxo(62) feet front,

JAMES A. MCMILLAN.QiiiKy be .c>ld to s. ti..tht'lr''pt'ry facias. tides InH lilalt'l. &.C. QA3BBEITGrowtli cmmI the defendant is a non-resident of the State of Florida I two hundred (2 O) feet South from said road, and
Dw.J.M h l-j. :M C., Tax Collector.SURGEON A. .\. FIShER( Sheriff. .. given free of charge.! All Idlt.r to residing in the State of Georgia: // i* ordered adjoining Christian Bless on the Wst and known _

------ TV J.V.. SIIERWOOP, U. S. be.post-paid. November S, IS 15. 1'J! Tat the said defendant do appear and answer said he lot fn which Samuel C. Craft lived in the ynr

: J January 3. 1<- 21Safe REFERENCES : _____ bi within four months, or the same shall be taken 13-14. Dated 27th November, 1S45.McCANTS .

DENTISTS I. Hon. A. S. WHITE:, U S. Senat confessed; Prodded, That due publication b &. SPENCER.Solicitors .
E.: A. made of this order in some in
W, newspaper printed for Petitioner.
H\ ten rooms at J. L. !DEMILLV'S. aid max: jtostponed till Monday, 'Ztl February.Y. 1\ =JG'I.IX. \", 1 TOOTH ACHE I IDr.I.Co Circuit once a week for four month successively.Dated December 6. ISIS 4m

b.* (..i iJ there at .1 titae., miles, profl."iula-: Slierifi's Sale. JAMES :r1IPI.! 2-lth- October, I"": 2

"y c-n< JZd.. )Y virtue of a writ of fieri fa.ias. ijued. Item the D. R. ATCHI-OX, TJOIAS DOUGLAS. Judge. NEW GOODS.
Nuv"mVr I Ii. 1.1. 17 m ] C. M. O'BRio, Solicitor.
: ) Clerk's lflii'I| t.e Superior' Court for the county \LY. XTS VEC.Frr \RLE TOOTH-ACHE Complainant's LLOYD
has received and
;
: just
-- --- Circuit l herein William J. J. H V.RPIX, of Illinoi A true copy from the minute WF. per Cake
i> and imrnediute all
certain
Ic'on. 'itlt F/.ri.I. \ a cure in
: from New Vcrk
'
j' } ] I'I A. DOC(;L*", J. S. Clerk. ,
nn ispUintitr.andRheutha S however relief few MARI:
} lfLjN" \.t Alb.rtmi..lcl'l.clalt. cases severe : giving in a very IOU Pieces Tucker, &. Co.
FACTOR l A COMMISSION .: I have I h'xied upon ali! "ill expose fur sale, WILLIS GREEN, of Kentucky. mllh', and that too, without any injury to Ihe November 15, 1645.- 17 -m 75 Sea Island Cooper Ragginr.

-Orleans, I>a."Ft'fK K-fore: the ( .urt I House c.tir. in (Ibecity i of Tallahassee JOHV l'errTT.of Indiana. Teeth or Gums. It posses-- the property of enlivening REWARDSPROCLAMATIONI S Bale Gunny Cloth,
8200
: on Monday. Sth day January 'n'd.. xvithin S C. SAMPLE, .c the Gums when in a morbid state, and of restoring 1K Coils Rope

.:"CE : lezal l'uuir.thef1lowinzdu--'eritued p-roprt ,to."it: B. SMITH, a healthy and vigorous action. 15 Case Russet Brogans 1

C..l WILJ.IOI B\ii.sv.JcrtVrsnn County, Lot No. I"',. situated l hip and being in the original J. A. WRHHT er-: Price 50 cents per phial with ful directions. 4 Kerseys,

JlM':. KISKM.V: I Ks: |.. T.Uahaiu.: plan cf the city of Tallahassee.Levied o J. B BOVVI.IX of Misouri For sale in Tallahassee by LEI! A MLS. sole 1 Bale Negro Blankts,

DAMFL. Ll4) Evj., "\I'\rt upon as the ,properly of said defendant, andoltosold .4 J lirciirs, Agents : SAMITKI. PfELKsrox, Monticello; J. L. 25 Barrels Fou

reein'i -r ('. I l1i. '.ri 3m ([ to !satisfy ;aidxxrit of fieri facias. HENRY DODGE, of Wi>coDsin. SM ALLWOOD,Quincy, and may be found on enquiry in 50 Kegs .,

Nov. 2'<. 1S45. A. A F'ISIIERShenitE April I 12, 145. 3' almost all the towns and villages in the State. Smiths Bellows,Anvila&c.,Oanaburg*. leeetiieg) j

: IU I;. >- Tht above sale has bceu postponed until Monday -- -- --- June I-1.l,15. -17 Gm Shirtinzs, Linsers, Java, Rio and :
.OI JI
'i'ros a alt things and hold fast that which $ Lira Coef
the .Id of t -xt. I ---
ATTORNEY AT LAW d.iy FeSniary n o. I Sperm Candles. Winter Strained L Oi. a..

(LuIiicj, Iflurifta. Sale pmfponct till [01'la.1, fZd FtZiruary.ebcriW'a I[COUGH LOZENGES J BY WM. D. MOSELEY, October 4. 1515.1 11CIGARS. .

a'tend tinJiutice.' Courts f C.dden ,
WJLL :\ (Ih. Circuit, C"'lrl. Middle Florida !a Ie. I 1TI"1- Governor of the State of Fl.r.. PRINCIPE CIGARS of ib.fcikw-
hI. COUGH;
aa-1 th* C'Uri* i'i Ih. ijaoent <,' tff : I) from the Clr 's the Court for ) superceding every preparation in WHEREAS white ,
P !I. I 1' : ttp.f Superior the relief of a man imprisoned Justo Sanz, Constantia, and Del Vapor
$ St.-uttii, 1 copy.liCi OKCounty of lAn. Mi.tle District of Florida : t PILLS win-rev they hay< I beets fairly tightness i of the coughs chlt., alt a.thma. whooping cough, in the Jail of the County of Eacambia, in the S/>OO Hanna Regalia.
-- \\herein Thomas J. Jfhn.on i and Henjanin have aMi.h "I pulmonary complaints Western Circuit of on an accusation of having
-- -- -- --- !pbillil. f.> an envuMe celebrity Forida. ,(Of" Primarera,
leading to consumption and death.
# G. n' i is dof.'n Idiit, I and WILLIAMS, in
> .rl 1) and daily all other ot feloniously .
arc Imperials,
L5 huperccding
:"VcarvnvTissloN preparations 10JII
'j Price
cents Box, with directions.
:
J \11(''P'Jl for !tie, before the Coujt I llon.e .1.Ir. in nw.IIII, in curiti!:I Those diseases f*. e hu'l f they are { in Tallahassee: per by LEWIS ful. AMES, sole: this State, .capf from said Jail on the night of the 10,0f Tulipana.
MERCHANT till ci'\ ol! TallahatiM-e. .the first'Monday in Jan- recommendetl. Thc a r.' Tointnndfd by thearttfty .. 7th of Sptembr. IS 15, and is now a fugitive from lO.CxiO Trabucos.
I try' 1lt. within li-iril hours the following.; described a* the l twit cathartic a| c-netit net-theme inu : Agents; in (!ulcy. by J. SMALLWOOD; in justice, !UPpot to b lurking in swamps in the Just received and rO sale br
NO. t. Front Lex-, .no ((1 : and '
property, nrsrro slave-', tu-wit : I :Iolticelo. S.IEL lFl-LESTOX may Western
Nr.w.oIu.i: X N S l n. tJ.mi, Dido, June and Jack.Levied genealy! in th. throughout the Stat iA
.
Liz1. I h'r the and from their decision I do hereby, authority of law, offer the abovereward November I.1S45. 15M'CANTS
:.t ii-l WVIXK! "r.LLNt! KECr.IV: upon as the propertyof slid defendant, and : there i is d.i.i.llrcrence.'. HULL of Two liuo.lrl Dollars, for his apprehension

WILL<; anJ FORWARDING' 'with prwmj-tne*' to br sold to uti.C"\ taut l writ of fieri lari. .*. The:following: 10 i i.s I tn.m I Mr. Isxir-. M. Thomas, merchant ; and delivery Jailor of the County of Ea-. & SPENCER.ATTORXEYS
D.-C. l 1-jl' i.'l I A. A FISHER, Sheriff. cambia in the of Pensacola. And all officers ,
aa l despatch.NoveinWr" ; at Talladeua! : city
Irilgi.o"r. r WORM S: LOZENGES: j 1 1I
*, ISJ.V I 15 5>- Thea? ove sale has. been until the I ; : !. Tala'\a') Co., ) and citizens are hereby required to aid in his arrest, AT LAW.
PQ.tlont.
__ _
.0-- 1ir.t M'''tidjin. Febru.irv, n.-\t. "\I.b.lma. Au > ?!-.>. J according to law. \\/"ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle DisVV -
NEW BOOKS &c. Tliis: i is to certify that I haw. ,been afflicted with I Have pr"Nlm more than 150U cases infallible. It Given under my hand and the great seal of said trict and the Court of Appeals, and in (ha

..aIe.I sick h.I.dll. dy>jx psia and liver Complaint androitixetiess is estimated that 1OO.OOO children die! annuallyfrom State,at the Capitol, in the city of Tallaha lower Counties of Georgia. Office at Montk.U*

'!'Jr !:b"erlb'r has pt r'.II.r ing; :1ft. Y virtue ofa heri"writ of. fieri facias the for the lat tight ..T nine "an. during the effects ot worms aloneParents cannot be ee, this 5th day of Octcber, A D. 1S45, Sept.2l,1544. &
from Fa.
mor.an: Sti.p'.in| a. Ur" e AIJ splendid e particular to observe and administer L EAL-Jand of the independence of the
which time I had as I bout too symptoms
nwnt of ,:, arti< :ies: n.k.t! ollicc of the Circuit fo the : t.ken. a1 recolt. Unite J. L.
thcl.I.\\ (out safe and effectual xxorm-de the 70th and of Tompkln
; county of Leon, Middle; Circuit of i issuedujM I :sixty l l.oces of J4erkn 1110. h\.h I."c'!of Pe a !troy jrig medicine before States year, Florida 1t
r"r. JOKOf : dccrecolf'ireeloMire, Forila. certain I ter's Pills, and a number < >xes of Champion's the little sufferers are hurried to a premature year. ATTORNEY AT LAW

every virirtv .t.J -, formerly newxxorkson M generallMSA \ C4ii'.:c;l I"t.h' pendinz, Ir.no'llc..d of the al.1 lrandrlh's: Pills, all of which afford me but rae. Iothinl"i be found more effectual than W. D. MOSELEY. QVINCY, ,LRJ .
in h'lul together with many 0; \ or no last, I was recommended to these are pleasant to the tate Governor of Florida.
ir South -iii Life In-tirance and Tru- Company are hUll rtli.f.t a \\7ILL practice in the several Court* of the MidV .
Geography Xc. I CANDY children will for them and eat them Tallahassee, October 10, JQ55.
:
"r.lno.r.rlhm.lc. try Dr. Spencer's Vecetable Pills, I nina 3 cry V .
.complainants and Adam ? and others, are Ar"ELL die ad Apalachicola and in the adjoining
BLANK BOOKS dt-fend.ints I have: levied rr.1 and will for for I never had but one attack of the sick Iladad.eafer with avidity.A N. B. The said John Henderson is about 'five feet Counties of Distrit.

Of every ./" and d.-sctiption, xxarranted (f go.x sale before the Court House uj>on in the(expose city of I commenced takinz the Pills, (now about! six fresh supply; jIot rtcei.d and for sale in this seven inches high, short build,short round facelight February 1. 1545.Georgia.

}/II ri.l.lnJ at "uci low prices that fOP I1d purcliast Ted liaau.ee, d'Xr m'llh.,) and I candidly confe-s, that I have derived city by LEWIS & AMES, Sole Agents, hair, fair complexion but much sun burnt. weight 2 eowly

elsew here. On the first Monday in February "ext, more real Ix-nefit fr. I the use ol Spencer's Pills, Also Set sale in Quincy by J. L SMALLWOOD, andby abut 100 pounds, age about 3 sears, a German by SIBLEY & FERGUSON.
SAMFF.L I PUELESTON Monticello. and has wife residing at Yellow River.
dun ,
vxiihin fr"l all the other Medicines and Pills tint I a
P.PEr. Ital the .
h"lrs, : (described S. SIBLEY t ISAAC FERGUSOJf.
Foolscap *".l Letter Papers, from S"2 """ to f 7 5''i) rlrl '.tl\it: ful.\\: fro- have ever taken, and I WOII earnestly recommend Jill II, IMS. --10 tm* October It. IS 15. 12 CHARLE associated themselves in the practice

|er ream. A new article of v try thin letter psjelo .Till north east cjutrtrr of lhe""'Jth west 'uul.r. them TO AM., as being my opinion the best Im.tl' Knit Salt Cash Advances. of law, will attend the several courts of th. Midfit
suit the n.-w p.itaz* I.w. of French .and Atm-ri- north cine in use for all lin complaint The
of the seuuitfi
w..t ijuarter cast \t"t I'rill 111. District of Florida, the courts of Jackson covcty
can mll'lf..t'.r. Cap Wrapping. )ll'-tliinr: Envel the fort h west 11 'jlut'r. I.1'1(me so mucji thai I would! not 100 .SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT,
north
hal If quarter xMt t I 1'Ko. >UO Island do. J. R. FORTUNE Apalachicola District, and of Decatur coaatj.
c-],e. Tissue, Copvinj, Note .1.0 Billet I.tp'r*. ea of section '21, be without Hltm for five dnIar a box ; I Turks
quarter tfr.vn-hip two north Georgia.
"STATIOXERY.pens al and I but feel For sale by W. F. LLOYD. prepared to advance on COTTON consigned to
range one fa.t ; containing in all, two hundred- and (anne very grateful Spencer : October, IMS. IS Messrs. FRANKLIN HENDERSON, New Or (iCj-Office Quincy Florida.
-CJillotl"-. \Vright', Wuidl'*s and! otlier Ste?! forty ('iln I) aeremore or !<-< .; together with all for having prepared such a valuable medicne.3n,1 I & Oct. 11,

Pens, Silver Pens (;.t Pens, with i't. ill* beSt ar and singular the buildings;., improvements, rijjht", the distribution of it is conferring very great I Administrator's oOcc.Q leans.October 25.145 M 15t12E.AJCImm
tide of all kinds. Black. vxhit on the Phltlitas it i is a thing of the utmost importance .
,
m'nlf.tturN. Q.ul. HP. lih.rti.s. privileges [ >ever I
"
IX months after date the .
oll.rluancl" undersigned Administrator
and No that every family should have supply of Dr. -
there
and .
Blue Copviiu 1larF"I(! unto iM-lonzini, t>r in NEW BOOKS.yyEBSTER'S
any ,
_,
',..iluis Wax Sand Ink Stand, Spencer's truly valuable Pills constantly on hand. l of all and the lands and tenements \ MercIiMt
lariat B..H. Levied the id I ingJlar.
js
\\.1(1. upon property of s. t.f.ndanti. good and I and credits which DOMESTIC ECONOMY; an F.-
l'o'le n..e.. Water. Cups, Sh I Cuw; Pen 1tek.. and to be sold t( satisfy said xxrit of lien .fncias, issued ISAAC M. THOMAS. of David that deceasedwill: V Y cyclopedia, comprising such subjects are in Hayward's Building,'recently occupied
were ,
I India : ))- Price 2 cents Box with full directions. present hit accounts a STORE
Pen I ] > RiltrRe Tai.; RuI.Wr. under and bv virtue of said decree.A. : per
Black connected xxith .
lold" and to the Hon Judge of Probatefor most immediately housekeeping, a r' Starr& Flag*,where his best ievvicii
Card Bill File. Lead : For sale in Tallahassee by LEwis k AMES, sole 'olhc.t
.
R.ks. \ 11S1 lEE, Leon .
.II.r" l.ncilo. county.December27 Food Liquors
Furniture Servants
hc'riflf AgentS'.MUT.L; Monticello : J. L. Lon County, for a final settlement of hi.. ac- Edifices. Fermente may be commanded in the above line-
Jitter &.c. l13.I PttLJOS.
Stamps 23-tds
SMAtLwoon. Quincy and may be found on enquiry ( ; and will then ask to be discharged from his Dress, Cari.Eslealth, .e., & by March 22. 1445. 33KCTMEER

ISCIt.\XIt( BOOKS. in almost the towns and villages in the State. Administration.. JOAI5 WILLIS. Webster and nearly W engrav-
iL w.
.'crt variety i of n.-w Booka Novels and Standard : Sheriff's Sale. June al. 47 6m September 13, J.I; S Cm incs. ,
Works, with a uiost "pl/ndic assortment of Bili. BYxirtue of a writ of fin f.riai. from the -; The Wandering Jew complete in 2 vol's., price A5D COHMISSIOX MEiCHIST,

Praver Books, .\.I ials. .c. (.Ife" of the Circuit Court for the W C2| cts. .
county of Leon Circuit of Florida issued .: The Elements of }Morality including Polity, by CORNER MONROE .AND CLINTON STREETS,]

Rodgers, Cr"lkc'nJFR\P.. Knives; Pen, upon a certain .frt. pronounced in a certain cause MRS. PEEXY Wm. Whewell, M. D. ; "vol's. TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ;

Pocket Pruning, (( and Ladies Minia in chancery lately pending; in said court, wherein ; : respectfully announce to the ladies of The Journal of the Texian Expedition against FOB SALE, I ION
lunlinr.l.k. John V. Hart, Trustee, ic., is and! Mier, bv Gen. Thos. J. Green.Durbn' .
lure Knives, n.l/ln. Sl..r" [t.JXCY Edward 1.0ockerm:1: and.others,compIlant. I and the surrounding country that Observations the East, 2 GOOD TERMS, A VALUABLE TRACT OF f
GOODS, S.c. d.endant" to make up LADIRS' DRESSES and yoll. LAND 960 acres, 350 cleared,
commanding
for Narrative of Mission to Bokhara
hut Ic\'it upon andvillcpose saIl, the a ,
Tortoise S1ut. IVarl and Silk Velvet Card Cis?s. ( our? Hou.e duor, in the city of -the newest and most aPlro'e!styles, at Joreph Wolf D. D.; L. L. D. Rv. a healthy situation, in the Miccosocki eel.

from 61 :1 ( ( 'each La-lies:and Gentlemen's Silk fin thf Jirnt _'[/mlf.I in February Talahaie., I notice and flatters hat lone NEW NEVOLS, &..c.Author's tlement 16 miles from Tallahassee. Also a good
Puue..I.a lru! .he4T".tli Rruhe'i, Nail. and Com!, within legal hours, the de. pro- A dress-making, that she can satisfy the supply of Provisions Stock. Apply to

ru. Ilarll., Silver d.,., G.lo! Thimlc',. |>crtv, SA\!, to xx it : following "rbt I "" taste. Daughter,by Mary Howitt. H. B. WARE,
Silver S-npetidt, 1.leI<. t lie b-st'jualityof X-l( George, Charlotte, Maria Pczz" and I give her attention to Millinery in Only a Fiddler, September 20.1S459 On the premise*
Ivory and I IIIr Dressing Combs, Ktudopi Levied 1 upon as the c.i'Si,1:dt-fi-ndants Mary. ", her prices shall in all instance The Merchants Daughter, The Fright, The Expectant -
Jht.l. t.
: Irp"rl| ; times. Residence on Monroe street, by Miss Ellen Pickering Amaury,by
; -Iex. :
Wal ) ofce.
1"10 s.a .a.( ri. Pajwr: Ilnlin4. Borders and to be sold to rit of fitri facias, is-
\
Plain Fi unl (Ireen Cur under and hFi.1 dt-cree. of Episcopal Church. Dumas; Agathonia by Mrs. Gore ; Three Nights in SIX months after date I shall present my accwwf*

lai'is. IIrI..j"l a"le C.I : :1"lc'r. French Powder. !ut A. l\'. IISIIERSlieritFuf Leon county. millionaire-there are thousands of witness to the I Tal.haqse, November.!, '15. 13 alifetimeGroves of Blarney, The Only Daughter, vouchers and apply to the Hon. Judge of Pro-

FIa.V", "! T.r".t., L-ahes| Thermrnciers Decrmlxr. IS-.!.',. ti.'Mds unrivalled efficacy of this invaluable medicine. Itgenerally i Land Company. Mansfield Park ; Te Hoxt and Butler Correspondence Date for Jefferson County, for leter
AIaluchicola &c.. & Executor of the of Hart late
Vhili'IZ. Printing and Dr. UI"'NC"I.I. the and Fever the I a estate of said
., Chajmal'11.\nz. Ra/or Stroj-s, UnIP", Guitar anViolin Sheriff's Sale. and docs not cures sicken th.Chili. or produce first day.disagreeable ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass, Just received, bv Bug Ann Eliza, and for sale l bv County, dece3se. .
any to make use of or commit waste in unlawful P. A. HAYWARD. .
it HART
New for any Encutor.Ot
a..d
., String- r\.it Ian. G'Iitar.lr. of writ of fieri sensation in the Obstinate J.1IE f ,
; BY \ a f.eias. issued from snter. tases manner on the lands of the Tallahase. Dec. 13. 145. 21-tfAnnuals
with of other 6m
a trreat veari.-ty numeroutu of CHILLS and! FEVER when other ''palachicolaLand { -.1845 1
aos Clerk's ofliceof the Circuit Court for theeatinty I reparationshave Company which have not been .. ---

men?inn. BJXDIXrc of Leon )Ii/U.Circuit of Florida whereinJohn failed have yielded at once to a few doses ofhl'il' poM-d of by us, or our competent agent regularly or agents cN]Fi 1] [: No I Ice..

In its nom\( m.lk.Ruled and Bound to or- ? B. Taylor i is. plaintiff, and H. T. Copeland'administrators 1114. without any disposition of a return. heretofore as the penalty cf the law will b strictly;:. T HERE came to ray plantation on the St. Mtrl'i
'
al are I have levied They require no puffing-it i is of them. for 18.16.TiE .
der six l le Books d.f nd.nls. uP'1 unworthy enforced against all ofTenders.Applications River at a place know the 'Natural Bridge,*
me or ,
&.C. any required .1.1 re-bund. ant will expose for sale at public outcry, for ca.he The Medical) Faculty are now prescribing them with may be made for purchases, lease or I' Leaflets of Memory, Nature's Gems, on the 22d of April 11a, negro man, some twenty

ALSO for sale a Copying Frr**, price .*IO. before the Court House doorat Tallahassee. < unexampled! !IICtS., not only in Chill and Fever, otherwise, for the undispcsrd of portions or tract Opal, Friendships Offering, years o age.ba drese. has a large scar upon his
.
I'. .\. HAYWARD. On Monday, thf urtoiid day of Ftbruary next. hit in feveresof ;1 txpes, r.ult.and character, andon.id'r of said lands:lying and being in the counties of Wa- Rose of Sharon, Boudoir Annual right cheek rther and stupid, tie

November IS. 17Coiiiiiib.sioiacm' within 1 I. nal. hours, the following described prperty ( them most safe and! harmless jet thc knlla Leon, Gadcn and Franklin, and known a The May Flower, Foreet Me Not, Ladies Album, Indian language and seems to know spak cfplantation .

1.11 to wit : most certain and prompt Febrifuge that\ can possibly t tee Forbes Purchase,"to our duly authorized agent, Moss Rose, tian's"Annuai". The Amulet, labor ; said boy is stoutly vr, some five

.' Salt- under Uecre IJetu.anrgro woman aged JV> years ; .\rlhlr. a be administered in the remediate management ol Mr. JAMES E BETSER. in the vicinity of Quincy The The Hyacinth, feet four inches high, his name John
in Cliuurcry. boy, ;uredears.I | Al i-io, Lots No. sei i in the oM Ff peculiar to this country. Full directions (o JOSEPH DELAFIELD, Je life of our says that he was cll the w
Svior.hakspeare's ad
plan of tlc city Tallahassee and W. north add use accompany each !I",X. Price One Dollar. LEWIS Stnt So the br rais among llda
CURTIS. Gems, Fairy soon a
and by viitue. (,f a Decree in Chancery. thin, flee For sale in Tallahassee LEWIS & AMES : sid negro upon my !a
UNDER thevJTth \ improvements tltrI. I.vitup"n by o !sole Trtulrei of the .'paladl cola Land Co. English and American Prayer Books and related the above story I made known the ( to
oa o\'li'r. ISII, in a certain as the property of eaid def to satisfy said nit Agents; in Quincy J. I..Sais z.i.woop; in Mont icdl/, lble ac
10 1 46. Justice
case lately ptndinz in the lp.rior Court of of fieri faciaa. ndat. SAMUEL PUELE"TO>, and may be found on enquiry January Miscellanies in splendid bindings, &c., &c of the Peace in my neighborho. JS e commitment -
Toy Books for children.bo., almost having been and
the Middle District ot l.rid., fur of A. A. FISHER. generally at all the stores throughout the State. mae
Shtrif Notice. description suitable for for children delivery to jail said has still
every since and is
ever
C
adden, belwec-n presents iegro
Jame. G.b.on June
II 1S-I5.
( plinant.andJola fly W. FISHER! 47 Gm
}I. W. Davidson defendant ; the uudesigncd DecimVr 2'i. 1"15. ,23-tds THE undersigned, duly authomed agent of the for Christmas and New Year. For sale by at my place and any person who has lost a boy of ti. j

Commissioners therein, of thee ApalchiCot Land Company Dec. J3, 1545.. 21 P. A. HAYWARD. above description can prove and identify the MIS

WILL .pl"intc FOR .SALE I Sale. HOW TO GET HEALTH. i is prepared .el or rfnt sueh portions and tat according to law, and will pay all the expenses in*
RX/OSJ Shel'Ufs ol land xxitbin Forbes On Consignment. curred him
( rurrhMt. as have not n by me, can get at any time
Before. the Court Hou.se door ii. the T"" of Quincy BY virtue of a vent of Fieri Facias, i issued from THOUSANDS of,persons Coughs continue Headaches to cure Rheumatic I them regularly ti.pos'd of by said Land. Company.! Per 1 CASK Sugar cured Hams,SugarTea, Rice, C. COOPER-

,on M.inday thesi'coudday of February next, thlollowingde.scrilH tle Clerk's oflire of the Circuit Court for the Affections, Col. Measles ponal \ may be had with the subscriber Candle Soap.Mackarel, Loaf Sugar, Flour, July 26. 18-15 I 6m .
t .l to wit County of Leon, Middle! Circuit of Florida where : ,, COti'er"*, Infh or in I the of Cheese Crackers Mustard
properly : ncinhborhood Quincy, or Vinegar, Pepper,
and the host those n letf may
enza, of indications of the b
Lots Nnm'xrs thre and lour with the improve.7nenta Thompson; all I Ilazner are plaintiff, and Georg body directed to him, through the Post Offices, at SpiceGingerNutenegsDriedApplesand Peaches, New York fit j-\o. 15J Broadway.
of
the
blood
of order
being out
th.rc'on. situate lyinz and Wins in the T mi Young i.defendant. I have levied upon and will e'' simply by perscvcr place and Tallahassee. Maccaroni, Butter and Onions, for sale by- JAMES J. BIRGE

(.Q'lincy in slid t..II'. ..f (IadJen, and on xxlncl pose for sal., before the-Court House door, in the ingly using BrandretH't I'egttable rnir nfl Pills. JAMES E. BETTNER, Agentefthe December 13, IS.15. 21 R. H. BERRY. ,
the ;ie ]l.t of I.trid City of Tallaba..se ",r.n Monday the 2nd day of Feruary so long a* any symptoms of derangement in any organ TrIUI nf the.Ipalachicola Land Co. urmmcamrAN AHV KL
: *
I remain. Often, which V*Jrr
; one -nd J less situate and next, within I legal hours, the following des by adopting this course, 10 ISt'3. Family Flour. J
urre.s more or January 25
coti,1 ly ta' the above
has experience proved according to Nature, it
i wit being
CI ibedrtuperfy, to HAS
| :
Iving in six [
two Range three
N'tiof Kf\: BARRELS FAMILY FLOUR
received
and
1O\\hil Lot No. 2:1.: T. 2, R. I N. and W. merely assisting her, have many in a few days bee by FRANKLIN HOUSE. where twill
North ,
and in
and 1. containing J\J
THE
\\'at. tl ( adjoining .hundred and restored to health,who,but for Brandreth's Pills,had PATENT rAL\'ANI RINGS, Schooner Maria, from New Orleans, on consignment keep on hand a choice selection ef FRENCH
I said <*i* I 'aldlr' above described one twenty-five acres also I and for sale by E. W. DORSEY AND ENGLISH CLOTHS _
been sick for months. The value And Irlnirnetlc Fluid. PACSTTUITBC vvsrT.
of this medicine
.' The E. J. S. I I. S -c. 30, t. 2 R. 1 N. and W Crisle's -
Also one hund/ed and ten feet of the of; : ----- IS CorreerofMonroeand Clinton sts- INGS &c. He
ulith0 is beyond price. would solicit contino-
.ov.21. respectfully
remarkable a
lot Number flrl .twl. withthe containing eighty and! : acres. THIS discovery has received the jni-
improvements thrt- ,;ice! as the } WHEN THE BODY IS SUBJECT TO MAN1chanKn approbation of the Medical ance of the patronage of his Florida frit'ndr. belitv.
of defendant Profession of Family
; on, situate I Ivinj and beinj; in the Town of Quincy I. upon| property lid ,and Iams. he
to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri il requires niedic ce. Great Britain, and has now been before ing will be enabled to give them the most entire
inuiid County of Gadsdcn. Als.it t he follow ing ; fara. sufcitntllong HHDS. FAMILY HAMS, small sizes, and a superior satisfaction.
laves viz about A. A. Sudden changes; from very hot, chilly weather, the American public to a its 2
1 : Sandy, aged thirty year; 'ulin, ttst article, for sale at private sale byE
;. aged about nineteen ; I .icy, about t thirty years, Ry J. W. SUIRWOOD. D. S. are unfavorable to health ; and it is a fact universally! power and efficacy. The Patent Galvanic Rings have W. DORSEY, April, 1S45. 37
and her four agl about Tallahassee, 2 ., I H I.'.. admitted, I that heat and moisture are powerful agent been found to answer all the for which the Nov. New
c.itr.t; Itchy, aged fort-f't (1)' 23ld. in disease purposes 22. 18 Corner of and Clinton .". Extensive and Splendid
that
producing ,
and Galvanic
constant dry constant
ordinary Electric and
>ear; Mong 'lorty-eigh ; man ano HatCY. or Magnetic
all1 Nla. wet \eat her are both favorable to its genera. Machines are used, are without of the injurious ASSORTMENT OF
about fifty-five ; Jim age 1 about forty-eight; O'D 0 any Extra Family Flour.

sr ac axed about forty-eight; li lecy. atdlhott fori) ATORXJYXD COUNSELLOR g AT LAW, ague tion ;: it it does may not be bilious signify fever what;we it may call it be: yellow it may fever be- these thoclit which and accompany in the other applications by 50 BARRELS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, jast :rM, L0TO.M, &
Linda Hged about! intrumenl. respects are
) ; twenty years; many landed from Schr. Maria
ea. laCIlI. Hamilton Florida. it be it from New Orleans subscribers are now receiving fine assort
dysentary be a
about twenty-eight i ('atv .a"ltr. County) ; may ; may rheumatism; i it more safe and certain in the desired THE
years ; aged accompl.hing the above Flour selected
abott
was of the
by one inspectors of
a:1 1ov'mLr 22, 1 1M.Y I'CUllon. may he bronchitis; it may becholic; it may be constipation object. city CLOTHS, CJSSLMERS VEST I
audabuuit
1iftyeara'annv ninety Betuuev, .
tArs; and warranted to be equal to of the INGS. which
in
of the bowelg they
it be any are prepared to maaulactur
I aged fiftfcnears; four niulrs, two horses, .; may inflammation o ef The Galvanic Rings, have been used with perfect
Northern brands.
Received
Si abut' the stomach ; it may be a nervous affection ; but still success in all cases of Rheumatism, on consignmentand for the most fashionable manner. Also a large supplol
acute
chronic
one / ,two carls one Buggy, one Sulkey or sale at sale
E. W.
private by
one Corn Mill,.2-:bead of bogs more or I less, 10 head 'rRF5 pASSFRS on Lot No I. Section No. 31 I, it is a diea and a disease curable by the Brandretl applying to the head face or limbs, Gout Tic Doloreux. Nov. 22. IS Corner of Monroe and DORSEY Clinton READY MADE CLOTH G
sts.Whiskey.
(if rattle more or less. farming ntenil consisting of I I. South 'Range No. 1 Eas Pills,' because they remove all impurities from the Toothache Brtnchitis. Vertigo, Nervous or (made up by ourselves,) in the latest style cons Dr
i plough, axes, hI. Jcc.. and household, and kitchen are hereby} notified that they \ill be dc'lt ri id.1 body, all that can in any manner feed the fort her Sick Headache, Indigestion, Paralysis' Palaey Epilepsy in part of
furniture. l.v at law. PAUL McCORMICK. progress of the mal.dy ; no matter how called; thus Fits, Cramp, Palpitation i f the Heart, Apoplexy.
I 27th, l-l"i. these pills are not only the most medicine, : Stiffness of Joints, 50 BARRELS RECTIFIE WHISKEY, just Frock, Dress aDd Basinets Coat. :
f TERMS OF SALE personal r'tafe to he ..ld forCish 1( 23-3t proper Lumbago, Spinal Corn.plainti landed from
I ; for the real tate i the other ) -- --- ------- ----- --- but generally the only medicine that need or ought to Neuralgia, General Debilty. Deficiency ol Shr. Maia. rom New Orleans, Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Cost
;ct.a'.1 payable and for sale at
T"or Salc.-TWO FINC BUCCIEs be used. private at a small advance to close
in 12 months from the dy r If sale with legal I Nervous Energy, and all N""o\8 Din Their Cloaks and Overcoats, Tweed, Saxa Goths
t. the invoice.
interest, and tobesecurcd by mortgage on the i' u'tn l"rc"*, for Cash, at Northerprices. TO THOSE! WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TENDS extraordinary effect upon the system be witnessed E.V.. DORSEY, and Beaver Bus. Coats& Surtouts.
-
itopetty. : Nov.2l. 19 of Monroe
TO and
PRODUCE) OR AGGRAVATE DISEASES. Corner Clinton sts.
to b belt.vtd, and ns a certainpr vnj'r for Plain and Fancy Vest*,
CLARK STILLMAN.November This class of individual
ISAAC R. !lARRt & are numerous. They are the complaints they are equally to be re.rnmmpTulpf .
(
11UDSON M J Comm I. IC''l'i. 15 those \ho work in an unhealthy atmMnh.rp. Print.ers ; ]. The Galvanic Ring.are in .>vrv u.ow ADVANCES ON COTTOM Black and figured Satin, Silk Cashmere. Valsncit.
ISI. 5 -- --- --- workmen in - and Silk Velvet.
feather
15. ISI., 22-Ids.1T7ILLIAM I> IIiilTM stores,stone cutters,bakers, perfectly harmless, and are sold at prices'i lo be I TO NEW YORK AND LIVE RPOL.
Jembr r. Ilaltam ii
I'uliiioiinry white l lead. manufacturers,arc all more or less gubjec reach of .11. Cristie's Magnetic Fluid is PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.

LAW jJ' lHDJ J. Far Caught, CoMa, ./1lhtaf, Croup Rroneliituf, to dil.aJt according to their strength of constitution connection I with the Rings. to render their efficient STARR &FLAGG wilt make CASH AD VAN. ALSO- A VERY LARGE OF
( ( iniotipinff-Covgfi, Influenza, lle> ness, The t-1)method to prevent disease, i!the occasiona action certain, and to the Galvanic influence on Cotton consigned to their friends in ASSORTMENT
VTl'S; II. !( : ; WJI.o! AUfit'S Xatrnriii vr l'uin in thr chest, ." use o which abstracts from the circulation to particular dirtc are affected. New York or Liverpool. Cotton A. Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett. Merino.

i F. MAXWELL. wIII'rI"IC; in p. rtnerfbip. Jibes, "ilint all deleterious humors, and expels them bv the A pai the above invaluable Tallahassee, November I, lS45.. I: Collars, Lambs-wool Canton
Tl'gx') xxili attend the 'did.| .i COUlllplio1.Jfntly !supply articles just received -
.u.li.. Stocks
,
and
Tonics in form and made Flannel
of
howel. any are injurious, as they and for Kale by E. BARNARD, Jr.. for
I die District! ; <. J1 ion aorl Fra'iUlin cotin fTTlHIS article has long been held in high eslima- put off the evil day to make it more fatal The Eristic, at his Drug and Medicine Store, Monroe Agent it. Notice. Cravats Jeans Undershirt and
ties; in 'I he ,
\pald.c3l fi'nrt. oninU. .f listof Brandreth's will insure months after date I Gloves, Drawers
JL lion the ofdiseaseanf the Tallahassee. apply to the Hon. ,
cure breast Iis helth Pamphlets, the above SIX shaI
lo
,
I 'hor.rrlla.and 1',1 Circiit.1,1 Cri [ |M-aU of Fl rida lungs, and is olJi-rcd: to the public ai a remedy ant- hey take all impure out of the blood and b had. on application, gratis.respecting can e of Probate of on County, for letters Hand'chiefs, silk, cam- Half Hose,
'it. of the United .
v ing a trial by all who are thus atilicted. the body is not weakened but strengthened by their January 10,15 J6. 2.' 2m of dismission a Executor of the estate of Elizabeth brie, &c.Suspenders Hats and Caps,

States at T.I.huct.R Particular. directions accompany each bottle of theneedicine. oJration. for these valuable Pills do not force but Jones,late of said County deceased. Boots and Shoes. JLO.

W\f. IF. flflOCKEXBROT'tt'Ta1la1aee.AuIJST1Js I F"Irr'C7: : Price ,0< cents. with nature, and are not. opposed but harmon- Administrator's Notice. RICHARD TAYLOR. Every requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobe
Jefferson
E. fXWII., .. Sold! in Tallahunsce, Florida, by ize A fresh her.supply just received and. for sale StX months after dale, I shall present my accounts County, Df. 20,1S45.- 22 Cm can be found at their establishment on the most reasonable -

LEWIS & Druggists.. by vouchers, and make to the terms. Our stock
April 10,1845. If AME application Judge will be replenished the
LEWIS AMES by
-- -- December. 4 fi, 1SI-V. !' .Sole&Agents for, Druggists Tallahassee., of Probate of Leon County for letters of dismiSiona M.-- -D.- PAPVW ., arrival of almost er rv vessel fees V. v...i, Jn.
--- ---- -- ,
3foticr.' ----- Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew ring the season, ri'ew
Ea- by
m goods Mr-
Samuel. Carnulck, Samuel B. Slc- Also by M.M-Mclntosh, Madison C. II.; Holmes lick, deceased of said County. -r!' v m m Mhd fcrisWttJfc*W9 STILLMAN, who will remain purchased by
SIX months alter d.ltf. the uI9derifuir4 will r're- phens and J. Wnylc* Baker, & Dexter Mineral Springs, East. Florida; ROBS& JOHN MYRICK, Adm'r. ILL Practice in all the Court in the Middle winter for that North during the
hi" accounts and vcucl! er* to the JudKf o/ 'rezvant Lancaster C. II. G. L. Brown Circuit. Office the purpose. We flatter ourselves, by
ATTORNEYS AND Newnansyule on of the
COUNSELLORS .
AT LAW ; January 3, Itt4#% 24 6m lor Cap such an arrangement, and
I'robateofWakuulla County \dmini"'rtnr on the itol, South by selling EXCLUSIVE
end R. Wilson CareyV East Florida wing. room formerly occupied by the
Ferry
tate of M. C. R/brto., and apply for letters of HAVE formed a partnership in the practice of Quincy; Mount Vernon. ; Thos. Jeff. heir Secretary of the Territory. LY FOR CASH, we shall be enabled to sell ehesper -
and will their than
di from "lid .t"I.JOlN Lw. give joint allnho lo business November any other establishment in the city. AU
dismiwion October 11. IMS 12 2m 15,1845. 17
tll ATTORNEY AND
P. HUNGERFORI! to their care, in the Middle Circuit, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. persons in want of clothing are respectfully invite

In wit M. A. and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the WILL continue to practice in the Superior and e.SIX to call and examine and judge for themselves.
rib lungrfor. H. BERRY &
R. Co.
December 23 Western Circuit. S\MVCU. B. STEPHENS will con Courts of Jefferson County and in the CLARK &. STILLMAN,
: fm tinue to reside at Quincy. SAMVKL W. CARMACK undersigned have this day( a Co-part Superior Court of the Middle District,and the County months after date, IlhaI present my account Monroe street, next door to Starr *. Flagr.
orme the
THE to
Dr. JXO. G. GAMBLE Jr. and J. WAT LEU BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the under the above the trans- of the Eastern Dfstrict. Jefferson voher lon. Judge of Pobate November 1. 1SI. 15 tf
firm will spend a part of his time at Ap IachicoV! mission of a GENERAL COMMISSION1 BUSINESS. Residence at Monticelo. Jefferson County. All County, and apply for leters dis

OFFERS hit Professional. Srrvicrc to the Cili7en. and will attend to any communications -differed to R H. BERRY business enrulte will be promptly atten- I mission as Administrator of the 'Iveral estate of Take Notice.

I and its vicinity. that place. P. HOGUE. : de to. George Rtchie, Smith, Silas Krup and John A N extra priec will be paid for Hides stretched

:", I", If3. 1 tf Tccen.bt 20, Il 22 .o'tmbr 1", t r'f ] I W. >! tf Mach 9, mi. 1 Ackley.December 6, l15.ALEXANDER 20? JERNIGAN. .11. with 10 pegs, after the India fashion by

tm May 145. 43 M. L. BAKBR

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