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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: February 14, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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.e- One ippeal A GOLUEN to Jod! aOO\e RULE, : -ri., fV.r the T. AriLtce.irections mn c tnt-nt. .f MM. P" ..,{. $

THE. F-L"O-RIDIAN tiot Gulen. bein )'rej!)arfd for the .stimJe
Supplicating for his love, ;\ o
:atcbc. can very cini\y badjj>lc|* a
Daily offer. Peace of mid dllre or tw(f.lhe n >rth or .uh 1

Makes thee happy,good and kind. eBY The garden is a primary &! t't on evry (I..

plantation. Much is !an.tll)' it ; and m-ieh
Daily sing one cheerful:: song, added) to the health and of the Itbortri.

From the boi'. fiery throng ; Wholesome, wril-cooked vegetables! are pre.

Daily do one noble deed, ferablt? to anything else during hot atJ.r.TIl .
S S.SIBLEY. SATURDAY w
Daily lOW one blessing's seed. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FEBRUAY-, 1810. rOL XVII..M(). JO. I garden iirist lie proportioned in cjtcrrt t.> e
_. I the nunilsnr I IKJ :
Daily mate one foe thy friend -- to supplied from: ir. For on. .

Daily trom thy surplus spend ; The question of sovereignty or title. I Fraser's river, about latitude 54 ; and, in I They claimed no such-right for their i own go- only rendered still more evident. Hut I found of bedsto s ime be size cultivated, instead exclusively of a! spot laid w hIm ft"in the! am-U Us :I

Daily when thc Rift w thine. Accoring.to international law sovereigntymay 1'1 Mr. Thompson, also an agent of that "en.nlnt but maintained that the whole i the roots thicker and the mid deeper of course nmp.s
I and hoe select! miece of | J .
I a guOI m no
Write one verse in strains divine. acquired by five means-by discovery Company, discovered the northern head wat. conntT'must be pen to settlement by any na just in proportion as my exigencies'increased, r what the grt. if un

kind ature'. face h)settlement, by contiguity, by treaty [Lor conqUest I ers of the Columbia about latitude 54 c and ; among the rest, by Great Britain. on the whole, nil my twitching, spurring and ten exposure. Shajn main j r.ihle. an .

Daily seek ; ,] and by prescription. There is one requisite I erected some huts on its banks. This it the Mr. GalUtin, in his answer, asserted the beating only acted upon my heast like so.nrmchfriction oblong square.; run one wal*. .
for new : road Ienglhwi e and !s-ici oth s ?
;
seek 'some grace ; as *
Daily however, which, as i is essential to I wholt amount of title bv dixcorery.. title derived ful Spain, as well as the separate I in machinery to diminish the motion. may
sufferer'! tear, thought and! enclose th:* vvttAa i.
Daily dry one every source of title ought to be mentioned : The claim to that title on the. part of the title founded on the discovery of Captain The only living objects that I saw for the next requisite; wl.r '
and ufTK'ient fen'e.
Daily one gritted other cheer. namely that the acts by which sovereignty is United States, depends (in part) on the discoveries Gray, and settlement h Mr. Astor, and the mile or two were a flock of wild turkies standing good En'l though
rich aJJ of !
Daily drink from sparkling ec acquired, must be the acts of a government, I by Gray, and by Lewis and Clarke. claim by contiguity, affirming): that the later on a log with the gobbler strutting before naturally, as very earlv! as, practicable a CIM'! inihe\"t.I.mtf winter! l .

Sweeter rapture: soar on high not of unauthorized individuals. [This it will The discovery by Gray is invalidated, by y was superior to that ( England, from the fact them ; a moment after a slight noise in the and lnur' ) turn it under, ;
be is doubtful and not concededby the rule law, before to of the disparity in the circumstances of vvrHxls immediately by flnirt't,
Then thy lite will know no night; seen, a point, ofnteratinn alwltt population to my right gave me an involuntarystart. good in thefurrovvonr :, .
And thy death be robed in lightWOMAN. either party to the tiegotiatiotis.I'irst -he being a private citizen. It is asserted ma:nituJe.. &c., of the adjoining | os- The business moved ant the sticks -thus plows plowing! it to .th. depth heIIi of lest' inches .
: as to discovery. What amount of exploralion that the claim to territory drained by a sessions of the two governments. cracked-Ro.imiate stopped and beganto .
the soil will ad nit
is necessary to title by discovery has river cannot be maintained by the discoverer The fJllaliol fir the premise that title I, prick up her eirs, and for the first time in or as deep as ofn turning
little of the subsoil if !
J\"o star in yonder t>kj that shines, not been decided. It is admitted, however, of the mouth of the river. And a third objection contiguity is affected by .the importance of ) many years perhaps a..umed a serious all Ui a in this rough state, p-a.*iMy: .

. Can light like woman's: eyes impart; that when once a title by discovery however is that Gray was not the di.covem..r of settlement in respect of which it is claimed, tude. I looked steadily and saw a cap moving i had.1'(0 i is of advantage. c'nn\< the siigtttfreezing I .

The earth hold's not in all its mine, imperfect, has been gained, by the agents of the Columbia. It was first seen by Heceta. is admitted : atil,I alto that Oregon will ulti- slowly from behind a tree, at less th:1: a i is needed for great plautinrr, a tmp.dressiimg:groan uf .

A gem so rich as woman's: heart : one nation, it is not superseded 1 hJ a subsequent I Lewis. and Clark were indeed public officers malrlv lIe peopVd' almost exclusively by the rifle shot. It was followed by just enough tr, : or rich give turning it[ un.L-r with \ ,
is like the music sweet ,but their of the of the United )Ir.G of I II m\lrt compost
Her voice though more accurate examination bJ discovery outh"r sources surplus population States as a man's face to give me a glimpse his a light plow! ; and ifat all clo-IJy, run the Lar-
Poured out from air harp alone; those of another. I of the Columbia could give no title to .territory alatil predictfJ; I I felt my hair lift from my head. Su.Menly : row over it. As more'correct awl

Like that, when storm more loudly! beat The title by mere discovery, however, is I watered by river, of which the lower por- negotiation: fir partition is now resum the cap dodged behind a large tree. I knew : lar directions can I IK-givenan'l) with l I'particu." -t Hi'ffl

It vields: a clearer, richer tone. not a permanent one. It requires to IK- perfected j I tion wasalready well known, and the northern ed. All that nov prudent Englishman orAmerican escape was impossible, and it l eing more >n, where each variety of v egtable f! rep.s'timl i i' .
b "The title Vat- sources was discovered by others. can wMt is that the honorable to receive a bullet Iieforr than behind -
And ,,"oman'slo\'e is a holy light, ) ltkm"n. says I controversy treated of.separately,that plan is hen,a.I' f>teil, "
brighter burns lor tal, "of navigators going on voyages of discovery .. The English claim is equally unfounded.) should he spte.1iI.and honorably settled. I determined to await the result whereI I in preference to giving a ninmthlcalertlir: ."
That brighter aye;
;
and fur nifhed wills a commission from The title of Spain by' discovery is undisturbed The obvious court. is to refer the whole was. In a moment or two the cap and face I II sweet and the ri":1: 'ot tre 5 S
dim its radiance bright ,
Years cannot !: their wn'r" has generally been resj>ected. and complete. [Did she perfect it by set. question to arbitration. America objects to appeared| again with the end ofthe rifle [Dinted Ila''c.o.Tht vegetahlesofgreat Tti i are ;
Nor even falsehood: quench it!!' ray ; i. are importance.! y
, provided it has l been soon followed by a real lleinent, or did any other power acquire title I arbitration on the ground that the right is on I nearly in my (direction." Fire away, nn cultivated: here in the same manner at io the I

But like the star of BethlehemOf possession. But the law of nations wiJnot in her stead by doing so We shah see.] i her side. To make tins objection plausible, boy," thought I, 'you must l he a great shot if middle states, and should !h planh-d as early as .

old. to Israel's: shepherd git era.It acknowledge the sovereignty of a over Lieut. Mears, as before stated, landed at she must also: believe that England is convinced : I you miss." The cold! sweat ran down mv March or April.! .
marshal's with its eteady flame, I Nootka Round in built huts and of her right. Her of international trembled. I a' '.
IT- and Ro-inatc
countries, those in which it has constructed ; ignorance breast l'J.kt.t' : from
except frmt't Turnips( are th2f .b "f Ji:! "toSo.t ..
!OWI )
The erring soul of man to hca"en.WlrJ small vessel. law-the glaring defer' of her statesmen however the ( .
and of which it makes a steadily, towards man as mv
I
I of three! tour "
teulemtlts S"pteinl T-;> or &
This was the first of white men to -m.iv" I iii'l'ice I th.- belief of her statesmen life; depended on dodging the bullet. I He beckoned \ ,: pa- j ,
:: use. attempt patch": at as ; 'af tim: Tftev :
fair- Title IJ and settlement fix themselves j in any" part of that rountrv. -may iil'uCf'! the belief that her claim to the I me with his hand to go on ; bit I shook rat. mttr'r as "
fall the titles woman: discovery subsequent II are usually sown hrd; ca"t.n.*,!
Dear woman: -htre can ever bear- ma)be lost. by the same rule. if the I TIIertdi"plat't the ensuing ear I by I whole of Oregon i i. valid ; but she cannot believe I rnv head with a sort of an expression which I fi,r the trouble drilling and! fi-uJiii"pa-' _
sent for that ; (that England knows it to Ic"alid. She intended to where I am wel .
Though all are holy words to me. settlement be abandoned.Conliguilai. ; arrn ( n by Spain purpose. say, aze away turnip patch is Ulst commonly cnridWJbv f
This act of caused a '! cannot deny that we believe it to be for few to th north or south make very"
With holy thoughts and things 'll extent of .the right, b} I summary Spain rupturewith honestly a paces penning the row on the p.t j iaten.W; for ii'
England, which was finally : b) ,i a matter (it controversy ; and if a fourth negoiiatioti little difference to me in the place vvh-re I
has been decided. It is the uljutt't
of
Yet one them ever brings contiguity, never it-but a piece newly cleared! ground i h better .
among exclude I the Nootka sound com'eltiol in 1'J(). Under should fail she i is hound by friendship l fall." The man repeated the gesture with: : ;
which nation
Such gushing feelings on its wings- right a (enjovs, to al producing sweer ro'! al.l l fewer weeds.Calibigf ::
Such of Love and Care- others from a teniton, the commUd: of that treaty the settlement was restored to'I Ii by lint lence, and, by regard to the welfare j drcadfjl., I may say, an infernal expression: on are produc abutiJantly in the 't., i .
memories England and the additional privileges] conferred -] of the whole! cilizlJ word, to allow it I his face and then pointed with his: finder to .,
it be within her j south and
Of Trust and Faith in dais: that were- though not actually occupation ifprnperly rni.mmagt'd, are thf f.t'or. ,
of other settlcmoiiU the to be settled! l I"\ arbitration. the other side of the road. I .
'
making on coast, some object on .
the j
Of and Jf r time to Cl'me- is essential to the convenience or to 11 I il'.t"ltal on a : : Tf\|I.. a.Iliest
Hope and Home- security of her real possessions. j t establishing fisheries, &c. The British I'1 1 Our readers have, perhaps, aright to a.k. 1-iokcd slowly round, expec'ing to recf.iH a on .' Ibnai.r.! stai>!e miatire. '
Truth-of oll.H.J
Of Chastity
An instance of its exercise is in the refusal eminent did not. however, take possession II | What, in rur opinion, the decNion of an honest bal from him or one of his murderous com- For early spring u-.r. make several sowingofs t
that I
That of all others, feel I again of the premises from which they were arbitrator would hlrtthilk we have I ions opposite to him ; hut ma\ jii'ige .
weal by England to allow an} other nation to colonize pal you from the i.iliiJb: of A'mgts' to first uf O:. i'
I love the best, in woe or ; and settlement effected until j supplied the premises, from which it ma Ininferred. of when I instead, finedeers
ejected
no was my surprise six
the Chatham inlands. She tisco\'ert ) I' !an : tober, of early York, sug'ir :omL v\.c. l>jriu$ jt
It ill not Sister-Lover-Bride; *
when Mr. Astor an American citizen. i I II nearly in a line with me and the!
she mU weather! !
those islands in 1774 ; hut, as never Itl very protect time ititig plants .
Tis dearer far than all beside! attempted to occupy them, her right by discovery !I patched an expedition. by sea and laud, We think that the 49h: pralclhould be I .kuing!! i lc'ipt: thr trpt. I saw the plot of, with pine cot boughs ornnmgnmoIialeam-es: : or with ,

In ell the chequered ways of life. has, by her own doctrine, long since i i which met near the mouth of the ColuI1ia. !' the I basN of I li 1 boundary ; wlIn f'achesthe I the I Ilmh'rs a f. :1.-" Well"sai'J I J. as alI stiff brush lair between the n-.vs and: cotertilwith :. t

Her hand in mine, I'll whisper 1t'fe.tThe expired. But,she maintains that their occupation ;i and erected on its south lank a frt which heI coast it should cease ; awl that from thence |I involuntary 1,11"t !.ltfd nov cheek, .ain', it :, corn stalks an.l other litJer. Punt out 1:
I named Astoria, to be centre of:: the boundary liotiM !!,' the sea leaving to us ; strange I make such; an extraordinary :
following "LiM. by James K Lowell \IIJ any other nation would be danger j inteude j II} I early: in Februarv. For siirnu uv% sow i.i : 4t
breathe the sentiment!}of ever*' lover ol Libcrfi and ous to her settlements in New Zealand, though I an extensive Ietwf'enmerica and the whole of Vancouver's inland! which possesses ass of myself! ? I put spurs to Rosinate.: and January, protecting as ahjve ; plant ouf vvliett! ,e

Independence We d0 not rememlx-r c-ver seemc many hundred miles off and on .that ground, I China. He remained in [possession until the 1 1I fletOltt: p.rts, ami the command of Unimportant had hardly got clear of the shot! of the honest large pnmigh. I'or inter use,".) Jniia'ieail !.
them surpassed: in boidnessofexpression or purity ol : I war broke out between Great Britain and i In which to the coast and to hunter, hfor I heard a rifle ball whistle bv \ ,
the other in let them st.nmi
claims to forts
though not occupying .IU'I, right or large April ; : .:
thought.We the United States, when Astoria was taken bya the south it is separated from the continent. me, which struck a fine h'ltkju.t about the instant ;- the beds all '
will speak out.'f' will be beard prevent their oc"upation }bothers.. I I in nursery summer, when! their k'
:
British force and the British standard ---- I heard the The deer made a
erec : report. will tall ,
with barbarous a stem the rains in 'i
crack Title by savage run uji ; during
Though all the earth's system treaty except the i ted. This is the only case in which any part | A Robber Story.Iu single leap and t l dead. .So much" says I set them out in rich
nations i is a title, as regard August, ground, i.iviiig
We will bate ord,
not a single \\ peri'c
to the but in to others, of Oregon has been occupied b} any persm.mmunder ; Mr. Lesim.Artist! Merchant! andtatcsman .for the ditfen'lct between an lmormest> Imu" I their long stems in so deep a.ju,t to leai e t'ieir ,' ;
Nor take letter buck.We parties tfat n'1tiol
a it mere evidence) claim.A I the authority the BritMi govermmuwut.Time J : Arc., Arc.. &c., the following story hunter and a highwayman !" It shows whstsu heads out of the ground. planted! out sioner

speak the truth, and what care w" title of that the treaty of Ghent restored tit possessions is detailed, as coming from the lips of the
For hissing and:for Corn, [ perfect course, implies valid title. I of the United States and the American sculptor hinwlf. Powers, who was born in must con es'suspicion 'as pretty natural under they will not head : and the roots boiti; plac' s

While some faint gleaming w e can sec party. ceding territory has a previous I flag was officially hoisted over them in 1 S I'. j Vermont, had found his way to the west at an the ciicum>taiices.: tolerably! ) deep in the rlnt'lafl") the plant .!

Of Freedom' coining morn. ] j: This again i is. the only case in which per-1 I early day and while trying his hand at sus. to stand the autumnal drought. PIinN: fuxu t

Prescription. The only case in which title j t son authorized by the government of )United -, taming life, by honest means, found himself The rifrhl kind of : Wife.A grown iu the Souh: will not head. '

Let liars fear let turn cow ard shrink by proscription can exist, i is that in \\hich the States has accupied any part of Oregon. :' abroad on horseback "upon a collecting tour New York editor say he had an intro.duction stti. .-A large mes-s of okra soup (oalkilj .

Let traitors away; lest of the world has for long series oft'ars. I I follows from this statement, that up to the j through the half-settled west ; and it is in the last week, to the heroine of the follow I j gumbo) should be served on every ; ',
Whatever have dared think
we to allowed a single nation to exclude all others year 1618, no civilized nation had acquired chapter of .that enventful ride, that he throws ing sketch : I I at least four dais in the week, Ibnatol\
That dare we also say.I from a territory to which she had no perfect_' .the sovereignty over of Oregon. in the following !
.i any par scene : Mr -, a m'-rchaut now residing in etable is in season. The pods are g the red
( r'r11w.t.s I title by occupation, contiguity, o treaty. Of| Spain failed to perfect her title by MMtlement.j hI must Il you a rcblier fctory. Many a Philadelphia, who formerly lived I in rather anextravagant I while! still tender enough to be cut with the :

--J ) .t; ::6'!.ll JI I .' .) g- such a claim, the United Mates endeavored to I The settlement made by British or American wild scene you know passes in these old woods. stile, was in the habit every Mon. i j thumb' nail : rut into tHIu eli.....I! ..,1 t-

From the.JUlany-- Argus.- -- lav the foundation by Procidont 1Innrl(".tier 1 oulrjccta Were uot oiliciul ctot of (lt..ir ra"|wx>- : During ali.lnur 4.(f ooliwcting ] lm
The Sovereignly of Oregon--The i larationof the 'Jd December, 1>:23-that the ; hive governments, and of no effect as to title. a log ''a\'cr too early to stop. for the night ; of money" for table, and other household expenses j meat. forms a rich mucilaginous. soap. I i is > V'4requiring

British ,'ieof the < iiehtioii. American continent was no longer to be considered ;i The resumption of Nootka sound by England, I I but it was nine mils to another house and the of tIle week. He never mentioned | planted about the first of March, in drill &&turt 1'

| as a subject of colonization by any [but the did not take possession] and of Astoria :'i road lay through a ( forest ; I should arrive I his Imsinfs"to his wife, and she deeming; him i t f'et; apart, leaving a plant every two ant a

In the present state of this important question European power. Had EurojK acquiescedin b} America, were indeed official acts : : long; after nightfall and not unlikely encounter of to his own j half or three feet, if the ground i is rich, which ,

it is the duty as well as the desire of every this declaration, instead ofprtt'stilg againstit but each of these posts have been abandoned. ; some danger and I thought I would lfcicntl.cap:1l.; never inquired. into attending them. About ten [ it should be. ,:
intelligent American citizen to obtain the full.est it would in time have given to the United; We consider the treaties I had of at .'
I now proceed to : Slob a large sum money in my after their : ]'ias.-Although the m. &t,
j cars marriage, through some slight dwalf rr\
information ofthe facts and prevailing opin. i States a prescriptive right to enforce it. in silver and I dismounted .
affecting Oregon. saddle-bags, principally as mismanagement, and the rascality of his confidential charton. .Vc., are grown in smith.I .
ions that bear upon it. It is one of the |x-cu- ,1 TIc application of_ the alxni principles to thf The Nootka Sound convention has already' the host took hold of the bags and clerk, Mr.- suddenly broke I ciclt quantity for plantation U"l' it is but rar. '! .

liar and inestimable: traits of our people, that facts ;Illl caJf. Title lit/ di.srortrq. been noticed ; also the treaty in which Astoria ;. i i seemed surprised at their weight, I replied I and his was mentioned, sympathizing" ", on I ly. They would form: an excellent and w. .. -
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they investigate for themselves all questions It has l been supposed that Drake caught; a was restored to the United States. In !I would carry them to my room as I wished to j Change f.1, and like all inch!matters, there all : some addition to tlC rations. The .cn w kr ..
affecting the rights or the interests of the country coast! in the loi0!(), but Eng. 1919. ceded the United .S'tates all her t fir immediate i 1
glimpse oftl year Spain to : take out something use., svmpathy; ended. The merchant kept the affair and common. cow. (a. luring mit'eav cbuf.. ( .
and are qualified in no mean degree land has very properly avoiding setting up any' claim to the Oregon territory. But it is asperled ) Two suspicion looking men were witnesses i a secret, and the first intimation 'the lady no oeuig' great- >nearerana. '1W'

render a re'asou" for the conclusions they claim on the strength of his discovery. that she had lost. by non-user, the rights 1 of all this an thev, stood by the corner of thehouse had of it, was by a paragraph in the Ledger. lasting al summer, ; indiltn"II!,'. In ,

corne to. This is one which comes especiJly'within The acual: discovery of .the coast is conceded she had acquired by discovery)', and had no | leaning on their rifles, and it was evii j I ." Shortly after dinner was over on the I i I inter ril'l| j eas trl; a fine \r.t; !. They .-

their province, and upon which they to Spain. Heceta:a Spanish commander claims to cede. [This i is .the substance of the I i dent that I was the subject of their com'era-I j day of the discovery the startling fact, :Mrs. : are planted at .inv: time fiom the first uf Feb. .

will ultimately pronounce an unerring judgment sent out by his government discovered the treaties. No particular advantage us to titleis i tion, which was raritt on ma suppressed :i requested her husband to remain in the man' to the !a.l of July, either among the

and if need be enforce it. mouth ofthe Columbia river in 177.. In the claimed under them for either party.] j ,'oicl with more one wink and shrug of!i parlor few moments, as the had something corn or alone in (drill three feet apar" leaving i(

A strong and clear sense of right is their charts pulJlishe in Mexico, after Heceta's return We have gone through three of If five the shoulder, which would not come with an :|; (to say l to 1 him She then left the room, hurried a plant at every t foot.Jleans. I j

first desire, and tbt only requisite to unite was named St.t Koque. On the sources of title-discorcry, settlement and treaty ill grace from an Italian bandit-there was no ,!: up stairs, and shortly afterwards returned with .-Kidney or snap beans) are planted: .; i '

them in a common and steady purpose. llth of June, 1792!-seventeen years after -and have shown that under no one of l lock on my door and that looked a little su.-|>i- ;i a splcndidlv bound Bible in her hand. Handing t tin succession dtringardl.: April and Ma}, I

We are gratified in beingahle to lay before wards-Captain Gra}, of Boston, commander them has a title to any portion Oregon been cious ; for I could have sworn as I examined ', it to her Im"JauJ! l, she said : .George, I either in hills two amid I a half feet ;apart, or in '

them substantially a paper of high European of the merchant ship Columbia, entered the acquired by any civilized nation There re. the door carefully on the iusiJe when I retired '!! the after our marriage you gave me this rows three It.pt ap'trt. leaving a plant every :

authority, which will aid them in the endeavorat :: mouth of the river, and sailed up it fifteen main two of he jrrcscrijititm and contiguity. that a lock had been recently rmo\'t' book taJ, as a token of our love anti as a rirh I!: t four inches. Th litt:e white} hunch 1",1 sfiit

this time so prevalent and patriotic j i j miles ; and in virtue of being the first to en- I Prescription obviously does not apply to a | But never giving up to. inj fancy at an)period t fountain to look to in the day of t.roull(". Its !: from (he north in such quantities, can b. raised .

arriving at correct conclusions, and strength :i I ter and explore it, gave it the name of his ship country which was not discovered till the end I of my life. I hmal1emrsuaded! IJsdflhat it was j I pages have been precioti to rue ; anal as your : in the mouth as easily as anv other! sort.Lima '

pning the convictions of our country'k right. !: -Columbia-which it hag since l>orne.j .- of the last century. a groundless suspicion, and pulled off rnv brow looks sad to-'lay, I return it to you, !' Jleans, or Lult'r beans, are grown in 1

The following is a synopsis of an article in the i i j Captain Gray was a private citizen, and not :, There remains, therefore, only contiguity. clothes to go to bed. But I had not reasonedaway jI |j that you may glean tin it,some consolation' hi four feet; apart, first planting a stunt p Ie
July No. of the Edinburgh Rc'icIt is attributed connected with the of the United the fears compleatly not to be- : the lull first of leave three '
; government This claim is confined to England and my so as {Ij I in the hour of gloom." She then I left the ; plant \pri;
to the pen of Macaulay, a writer and i States. I' United States. Spain and Russia, the other I think myself the means of defence, iu case i room ;I Ii to fur plants ; or they are tried along the

reviewer of great celebrity, and a member of''! Before the discovery of Captain Gray,Lieut. contiguous states being out of the question, I of need. So I barricaded the door as well as |I III \ The merchant the book I II walks first forming a rough stakes or
the British Parliament. The facts, on the Meares, a British officer in command of a mer. through their treaties respectively with the could with the f few chairs and stools the opened carelessly I of canes for them to run on. They are easily
!
whole, are fairly stated-the deductions are cantilc expedition, under the Portuguese flag, two former. But no perfect title exists by t room contained. But contrary (lo all expec I I and a bank bill fell out. He picked it up,and 'I cultivated, procuring and planting the"stakes. '
He
I its face it 10 bill. '
at
his own. It goes over the whole ground, and I [and in no way connected with his o"ern- contiguity ; and an imperfect title, depending tationg( not a noise was made around the premises .' glanced was a of being the principal labor, and are very productive -
the book and another note
I ;
is a condensed history of the Oregon question i ment] sailed along the coast and searched for merely on geographical connection, is the and my testimony on this point oughtto the opened I again before, him. He 'I and nutritious.
up to the period of 18117, when negotiations the Columbia river, and actually entered its weakest of all titles-so wcnk that when ex be pretty)' conclusive, for if there had been same amount was opened j Tomatoes are in isptIS3 LIt'. Sow the seed j
and continued find
the first
were suspended. Yc have but one word to ,, mouth ; but mistaking, as all previous navigators pressed in words, it seems almost to disap. I think: I should have heard it. Hut I was it X at letwecn page,two till he to arrived i i in a bed that can be protected, early in Feb.

cay as to the justness of the views taken in I except Heceta, had done, its bar for a pear. This imperfect title, each nation, England not a little annoyed is I was preparing to start an at the book of every Revelations leaves, ,He 1 ruary. Plant out as soon as there i is no longer

reference to the British claim. Her people I continuous coast he inferred that no such riv-I and the United States, has to the por. in the morning to see those two men at the j I I ed-could business was and sai had\ danger of frost, in rows four feet apart, a (plant

art the best judges, jicrhaps, of their own ; er existed. le named the northern I II tion of Oregon joining its own frontier; thatis door, leaning on their rifles. One of them !i, a capitol of again$f)00) commence to begin 1 with I\ every two and a half feet. A few fet maybe I

rights-if they choose to disavow any title to I headland Cape Disapjiointment, the name it to say', England t tIl portion north the stepped up, and with what seemed to mean He the bell servant 1 sown about last of .\pri and again about

the Oregon tecritorj, so be it. We cannot still bears. While engaged in this expedition, 49/A parallel, and tl United States i tha affected manner, "Stranger," says he, .we I I Request rang mistress-a to appeared.to immediately I I last of May,to bear unti ; the earl' plantings -

imitate their magnanimity.There which was undertaken in 178s, Lieut. Meares I south. seem to he going the same way, suppose we : ," said your merchant.come me I! will cease to L'ar by August. '

is one point more to which we wish landed at Nootka sound, erected a hut and a I The great error of al parties has been the keep company as the gals say-for I kinderreckon I tie the with i I' O"io1 and SliO/J ought to be cultivated
lady ap.eared,
to call especial attention. It is one which has kind of building-ard, and built vessel, and importance attached Oregon.. But assuming DIY legs won't fall mich short behind Tht I between| ( entering room I I in considerable quantity. They are of ea"y

given; rise to much popular error-the overtures I traded along the coast. I II I it to be of any \'alu. [and the claims IJ) jour beast's-I .and this neighbor I've f'! in I I' something.Kate Kate where a tear dM and you a smile. all : culture and favorites with the!' (people. Hunch, ,..

that our government has at diflerenl I In 1791, Capt. Vancouver was despatchedby England and the United States equal,] II with( are going down about half-way to the I t his ?" procure I scallions may be di\ idl'l and set fut in nmt

times made for the purpose of effecting an the British Gorernment to .this coast, made Americans cannot be expected to remain *atibfied settlement and then we go otf the road for a "'money Tic the of household at any time from Sepfemi! to March. Onion

amicable settlement ofthe) question. Similar i search for the Columbia river, but failed in with an arrangement, which, professing hunt." I I for weekly the last saving ten "your the mod I f'd i is sown in drills! during .the fall or early : .

overtures have been made! on the part of the I finding it, as Lieutenant Meares had done, to give them equal rights, practically excludes I .I didn't know exactly what to do, as you cst expenses "E\'erJ week yearwas I ten oat of tin'twenty winter, and are drawn while young all

British Government. They have been taken and was only enlightened as to its wherca- II them, [alluding to the proposition of may well imagine. Hit I didn't hesitate reply.dollars which put into used as sealbioits-lm'aving enough of plant t(
our
with many as virtual admissions of defectivetitle. with Captain making the Columbia river the boundary and long ; neck or nothing," thought I ; and so vent g.lt ni occupy the ground where ;imn') will Imlb.:
I bouts
Bible! !
by fortunately meeting bank, that I the day of troubl
This is not claimed or even alluded loin Captain Gray information he cutting off the harbors above its mouth made I replied. "Oh, yrs, company)" shortens the \hel I S,1uu.ch.-Oftiiis! there are two sorts, with

the present article,jnor is it advanced by the I I Gray.entered the Upon, mouth of the river, and ascended I I in 1616.] In 1810, Mr. Gallatin renewed a road, we'll go o"to etiH r." The trlhoftJe save came us upon from U"t the, we wolf.:should" h\\'f something to many simb.varitit's-tisc sviimer: beau\ aii'I thenmmnuuing

the Great Vritain. It I made his in heiR, latter sentiment the force of squash. The former
negotiators on ptlrt of boat about one hundred .- proposition by government Ill'l ; ** wiprotuct tl.greatet .
it in a miesThi5 But why put it in the l Bible! Kate ?
smal
is not tenable. course, was subsequent to Captain to make the 49th laralclhe boundary, witha we went in company or not that time, depended 4 Because it is b-ink. and which number on the smallest space .)ground
[ a good : one
that the I the walkers and not the rider. -the latter, continue longer in I bear
has been made from the original on Ilwt'\'er.
upon
This synopsis Grab's exploration in 179' .] We come next slight moification. le will not ( break" the lade.m' .
and intel. be But there was no backing out so off we start- suddenly f'"lit ing. Plant toward the end of Marrh anJagain
article with much care, by an to the overland The} first who pen. 49th parallel adopted merely as a ; You Kate, cried the :
ligent correspondent and not a fact or idea ctrated the Rocky dilco\"ef' was sir Alexander basis: subject to deviation according to the accidents -I t-d-one of the said gentlemen with a should. lighted husband are an, clasping angel her to his heart.tt' about the middle of Apri; the hu.h

advanced bearing djrectiy! upon the subject} McKenzie, in 1793, then in thc&crcicc of of the country ; and further, that if rtcd rifle walked on either side. And so she is. Doe one doubt it ?- soils in hills three feet apart, leaving one plant

has been withheld or misrepresented, as ali Northwest Company. He discovered Fra-I that line should cross any navigable tributary Now," thinks I to myself .is my principal There are thousands) of any such angels: despite ilia hill ; the running squash in Ii"tn!

vill admit who bavei read the original. I tl"ser's, descended it for about 250 miles of the Columbia, the navigation of such tri.I chance. Go it, Rosinate !I" But neither of the railings of our miserable woman slandering feel apart, leaving two plants. The Kentucky

will be borne in mind that this is a argumentfrom struck off in a westerly direction, and reached I I bUlr and also the navigation ofthe Colum jerk, whip nor spur could urge her into an bachelors. cushavv, a large, stripped, crook-necked sort,

the British aide of the question.The the Pacific in latitude 52 20'. In August l be open to British subjects. The inconvenient gait for my companions. It wasa ---- can be kept, with a slight protection, all win
British negotiators, :Messrs. Huskisson and new road through what was called the Bech- ter. Ao supply of squash is dls aMt asa
that Dr. Franklin
boundary 1605 Lewis Clarke for !
o Oregon. an dupaLlIU. adhered to the Columbia as the flute, where the soil being thin and resting CnE.'p OR.UlTS.-\\t'n wholesome and favorite vegetable ; it will
bylll.C ofthe Untied Stales Addington in Paris hil daughter, Bache, wrote
bounded north was Irt.
The Oregon territory by pure Q'em1cn detached hard the roots formed kind moreovef people using young
and offered to America a upon a : clay pan, a prevent your
boundary
about latitude ol' feathers and thrcad-lact.
the Mountains in to him for n i
the parallel of 54 decrees 40 minutes east by Rocky the south line of web-work just beneath the surface, which lppJ.[ puirnpkin.whicit are unwholesome.As .
very
boundary on by a green
44 crossed them, discovered the southern peninsula, The doctor it in tlul l following! characteristic
the Rocky mountains south by the 42d paral- dras'nfrom Hood's inlet to Bulfinch harbor, the travelling had laid bare, and rendered dan. dl'cillt the squash becomes fit fur use, they must
lei, and west by the 1'acific. It is about 650 head waters of the Columbia, floating excellent harbors and the southern for rapid movement. Finally they note: you wear jour cambric be off for use, or the plants will soon
miles down its Itream for about 600 miles to its mouth giving gerous lef ruffles as I do, and take Cr' wi' to mend the picked
and contains about 360,000 squaremiles. of the straits of 1'uca ; and further, thata me-one to (he right and the other to the cease to }tar.Jluslartl .
coast in time lace and
S which they reached in November. Here they ; holes, they will come to be ; broadcast anti
lie ,
assuring e1h other did that I} which sown
along the north bank of the Columbia as they so they may
built huts and remained during the winter ;- strip feathers tny dear girl, may bo had in Ameri. in
Above the parallel of 48 degrees there are should be neutral, and unoccupied by either would rendezvous Hog-Hollow," which was tolerably thin the set-d eing Tlt smal
United States cock's
excellent harbors but down the whole and, in 1806, returned to the ca from every tal. November on a piece good
many ; oftbe tnibuta.ries nation. Neither proposal was accepted, and not put down in .the Geography I had studied. October or
coast o the Pacific, from that parallel to Port exploring in their course many is tlie the result was an indefinite prolongation of 'b Bandit-hollow," says I to myself you had After explaining the difierence between double "round. Mustard makes a wholesome and

San Frncs far within the Mexican fron- of the Columbia. This (only have ocra- convention of 1619, terminated at the op. better call it." I now applied the implementsof and triple time, a musical teacher, point I favorite dish all winter, and early in the spring.

tier, ther il no refuse except Bulfinch bar- sion in which the Rocky Mountains br-1 tion of either party, on twelve months' notice.. war upon my steed with increased activity, ing to the figures on the said-Can anyone boiled with ( piece pickled pork. Like

hon> and the Columbia.-.the former of whichcan crossed by persons acting in a public orders capacity.of the The poiiition taken by the British negotiators hoping I might gain upon the fellows, and defeat tell me what time it tat Five minutes I' turnips when sown for the same purpose' it

L.e tered only 3 y small vessel, and the In 1806, Mr. Fraser, under the was that no nation had acquired an ex their infernal plot, which this ruse deg to nine !" was the prompt and innocent requires no cultivation, if I the ground 1 tolerably -

**U Illnaeulbld for eight months of the Northwest Company. crossed Rocky) elusive right of soverignty over Oregon. rr or as we say in Yankeedom, sham, reply. clean.
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----r'-- Con 1 c slonnl. say, with propriety, his imputation upon honorable The following opinion was pronounced Ly Jc I).,H'Ih Jialtiitioi'e .7nir;'tra.iNATION'tl going and that thoso who were the which
every spring FLOUIDIAN. that flw, to same cause to and
TILE We select the from the of the Snato/ LTZFI.L, is published as se'tlirga
following point |
I reports o
IIVLNCIM. engaged in this alFair with the Crown, Wl'reI ( ) had attributed the remarks of the
the
practice of importance in Courts :
Til :Mr.\ Fairfield's bill from the Na\al' Committec 'but an advanced part who had re-crossed the ,- --' --- ----- ---- proceedings of Congress ; Senator from Indiana, (Mr. ltannegan-a somewhat
usual. "LET' tIM ALONE. IN SENATE, JANUARY 21 t, IS 10. ever-excited imagination He would ask him, did FEBRCART, lsp|j
of the Snat(4 Mr. Hannegan of Indiana mountains somewhat earlier than John D Edwards, )
he Mr, Allen) really believe that Senator could
.' ( any
------ -- INCREASE 0 N IV T.
oilcrrd some days ago, an amem1mutIro'iding The Crows had been driven into the neigh I -- -- TiE involving the and destiny r*. > On motion in vacation
possibly, on a question peace
boihood where the occurred which i is Saturday, February 14-, 18,16. Mr. II NNEGN having concluded Union Bank of Florida. }
( for the construction of ten war fight n -- - Mr. said he thanked his honorable of the'ountry.be influenced: by so low a motiveas
Itfamfr in adJilionl the ten proposed in the cal cd in parlance, the HIackfeet Country," I --The- Contested- Election- -Again.--- friend WESTCOT his views on the question : a selfish jealousy with regard to the share which This is an application to proceedings en 4n

the Sioux who out in force hu section of the country might have in the expenditure execution issued by the Union Bank against Fd-
original The was under discus -by were He thought he could follow him in the course he had
Lil fhhjec great I Our whit friends are hard to satisfy in regard to of the public money Let him tell the gentlemin wards, which has be en levied and a sale abcut tob
1 them. Thcvt visit I marked out for himself in those remarks, and take
in ) cnatc Ilannegm against stun tle 01\TUlsda'II. t tins matter. Mr Cahell v\3 certainly not very ( from Ohio that the thrust which he had thereunder
him for the leader. With the Senator from Ohio he mate
: spoke with! eaifiestncss in favor of pre. ol the country) likewise, when tIle ]Ilackfcct mvianinious to :Ir. Brockcnbrouh: whe>n he pro. could not agree. He could not follow that Senator struck at his own friends in the West ; and why so It is based on an affdavit, ard granted, mast le

|>iring at once for'hostdo' contingenciessindicatiicof .- are absent. that they should bargain between themielccs, The honorable Senator from Ohio said that he wanted I was a western measure, made so by the bill spci. by virtue of the act of 111, Mh mclien( which rrovidcs -
weel
the spirit and purposes of that \bont a fortnight before the fight, a small | of their at tins the two questions, v ix : the question of appiopniation f)ing the materials to be employed provisionhad that "the( Count before winch an execution i*
representatives
: of the Administration to which of the H'ac'fict'! attacked the horsguard to deprive the people for the defence of the seaboard,and the Oregon been introduced for the.ty purpose among returnable, or (he Judge in vacation may, on aph|
(1"'liol part party important crisis. Mr Cabell used lb. ful1ovingtingiiae others, of securing (the construction of these vessels ration and notice to the adverse party, fer good
question discussed together or rather, that the Oregon
,
fort F. A. C. ;
of
Mr. Ilannegan belong*, we quote some extract at a trading post I ; on that e>ca"ivl: question should bo settled lir-t. That was his for the western people and the western waters But ause, upon such terms as the Court may impede di.

from his pcech : the American Fur Company, killed one man .I that inasmuch as it is doubtful. candid explanation to the With equal can-. let him ask the honorable gentleman, 8 a friend of rect a stay of the name, and a suspension of proceedings

.11n, Senator fiom Missouri! opposes the named James Rqlcl, whose family is supposed which wil the propose two has received a majority ol the dor he (Mr. W) would tell Snate. that 1 his vote Oregon-as a friend of notice-as one desinous that the re-on, until the fir-ut term of the Court thereafter .
the country shonld assume an attitude of manly resoluteness until a decision can be Laden (the ."_
('ulir propo ition-i and amendment, a' a to Il St. Louis ; seriously! ,'nltlf the people; e>f riondi, (and I admit that it for any measure that would probably lead to war which will secure to it the right position .lct.s 1*,11, tt. sarre
that wounded another and succeeded in stealin doi/rtful.t although I believe that I )hue m\lf \Iull, not he given till he saw this piss both page
bil
nutter of cour"t.-it> gives as a reason in the further prosecution of this question with Great The affidavit states that Fewai!! !s Mimed the

there arc no signs of war ahe.ul-tli.it all! i. thirty, horses belonging to the post. rfein'r! that imjoritj further trouble,) vet I but propose(that to him hg to'e of houses defence of Congre-ss The honorable, and the county' p'.t rom in Indiana.1 state Britain-let him ask him whether lIe (Mr. Allen) verdict cf a jury n his favor, against the Bank, m

peace-all isqtiiel and s-ich will be the con. The Crows and HIackfeet, as may be I lie Ihi.people llu"(11 we go had urgeel all (the arguments in f ivor of this bi ne, wa.s prepared to go forward with the notice, which Leon Superior Court,at their- term,-, hut
he think. lead to war, in one hand, and in the that judgment was arrested, and
The Senator tells known, aio hitter enemies be advanced this mot I he may ina| feat to the
tinned state ol thing us I always assailing cess try or proper to e>n ion ; _
To wlmh Mr Grol'kln'lmh respomkd l other (the petty, Lilliputian provisien, of _three steam Supreme (curt, tie judgment e f the Court
that hi t for that lttrtlplan to which! each other, whenever they can get an opportunity would not reiterate them Inn'ply to the candid and five vessels V\BS that the wa reversed and the Miperi r
goes he-had ,
.\V.w it -ri3tmatttrlipasiv< dafter avowal (the Senator from Ohio, that he would not frigal'' !male pre- motion in arrrsi ( judgment(
'I he Govein'iient has: adhered for the last thirty to tio so, with deadly hostditv. Th dearly proved before the committee of this House vote for this till the notice had passed, pnraMon which gentleman from Ohinwlul make was iii rruled

years or more. And now, let me ask the l former are very fiiendlv to the whites; and the that he had such a majority as hwl been -shownnotwithstanding he would, hil equal candor Oregon,declare tint he desired \a" lie indeed willing to make thi.\a question, j To decide the present application, if will be mcessarv
hat the all the leehini'-al objections! that hadiKeiiruscd present to Great Britain the vast provision i c.f I to arrive at just nceptionof or tteele ignof
Senator from Missouri most respectfully \ later lirl'ctlJ opposite.IALTLM0RIJanuary the subject of the defence of the Atlantic and Gull .
it mitler of particular three frigates and five sloops No'! If there 'to I Legislature in the clause alln.J
-was a courtesy just d lo It
has been the result of that matured plan 1- coast \\ejirst\ settleel ; and he would never vote for 14
or particular friendliness, for the hear, throw open the American treasurv-not th. a recent statute, never before, that
generoiitv gentleman we are aware f.
01. o the notice (avowedly, it now was,to be a measure e>
Have jou :tenable.fortification on Jour sea ( now to come forward and offer this proposi. probably leading to war a) until that coast was placed public treasury alone, bu' the, private ceffers,' cf all bre ught to the notice of the Courts, and it is irrror-

Ioar? lfoulnvc; I an altogether misin- Latest f'ol Ilrazil :..1 the Hivcr tion to him ? In the very printe document which in a proper state of by the of this Oll countrymen procure the necessary means, tant to the interest cf litigants that it should be well
,.... deCncl passage
I naval and for the of underslexd.By .
r.r..1. A. ."A his competitor( had thought proper to hy before the bill, and the erection necessary fortifieitions military, prosecution a vigorous
I he had declared it out of his to Rive and, therefore, successful war He trusted, in conclusion the firmer law, where an executicn issued
The power
The difference between them which
.Are not those great mouths the Delaware brig Vrgjle, Coosey, at this port es- lou I a question
} that the would be withdrawn the
(Mr B.) notice of the grounds on which he propositions illegally on party's making affdav of that fart
should be mode
from decided// was one more important -
andChe>apeak, 'pei for the entrance of an terday Rio de Janeiro, whence she sail and that would !be act the bill it made the of the
) meant Jto meet him in contesting :'he elect ion; and in by the avowal or the Senator from Ohio, and in- they .Crmitt- on was duly rfficer to return hi-
who elk T I have the authority ed on the ISlh December and the Salda. in this for in the ordinary of legist.tticn. when it same to the ('ourt.-.frts
enemy may us brig the committee ront, as will as paper, ( duc of military and nasal men of the highest na, Stubbs, also from the same place, having he spoke not alone ot what took place in the committee I opinion, that this bill should be pissed at an early I' upon the calendar for examination( ; or if not withdrawn Much mischief ensued from such a [ roTsionas l>v

standing for saying, that an invading sailed on the 20th December, bring interesting room,) aft -r he (Mr[ IJ) had proved his (dav (that the earliest diy would be adopted. it the process (ifS execution, doigre-das the tin-
army maoritv.the proposition was then for the first time summation of the action of the Court ard the end of
Mr.
ULEE did not wish to the favorable
advices from see action -
that
could find no scriojs obstacle to I their entrance quarter. I wi be seen intimated !hy the p.'ntleman to lay the suhjec be- of the Senate on the jeopardi/ed by un- Late. News from Mexico. the suit, was liable to controlled by the d -fen.
any
into this city, save th&t alone which would be I 'from the annexed letters combined f.rl the pl"plAftr( much time had spent, necessary connexion of it with other measures, the The following extract from the New Orleans Commercial dantagainst whom) it was to act, and liy the dEter

presented b} the patriotic hearts and strong forces of the English and Trench had achieved after arlllm.'nt' b"l1 made before. the commit- result of which was as yet altogether problematicalHe Bulletin, we fear, indicates (that (the United It was against all principle that a ministerial officer

arm of our hastily 14Ulhlcd countrymen !- a victory over the Argentine troop, and cap. tee. it s.id, to save (the committee any further begged those gentleman who were disposed to I States ill speedily be involved in a war with Mexico [ should possess the powe of arresting the mandate ol
Tin's sir is the result of I hit h maimed plan." (lured t'.icibits: 1 at the mouth of the river Parana trlh1', le Ui refer this 'lutolinn back to I hI people, connect this with a question of w ir, to reserve the the Court, after final judgment The law in this (
to s' proptrlv ljl The ciJ:} of New Yak, aI I am infoiincd I Iy i At Rio de Jenciro the price of Four had improved reply wa, (that as the iomnnlte had already had and not to allow prll'nsitit'inlrl'reIth this Government; can vindil"tE its honor, and resent the of the Cturt, rtstore-d this important power tt

of her lies Phil : the trouble of the investigation, it was as well to tlm the( ( emrt.
one representatives, l'IPOSCt. little domestic measure I II pr<,t-.l"" against the insults the Government ot this weak and.
adeljihia and I>oton,; aie compaiativel quite, Rio PL J.vM.ino, 1'11 Dec l n, save the people the (trouble of a new cKclion, as it application of principle masterly i inattivitv"- i t i"tracte I The question then is has the party in this case aright
tl country have: so efle'red to our country and
and the IIOUM' the trouble repeatedly to the ol the
all was to save; the commilt'e to this( He did net tut;in to discuss the suspension execution under the
defenceless. An I not authorize Thl absorbing of the
we are I topic is the !
\t day hart been thus ,le. The of the rulers of Mexico alluded to' If ,
which
late of de-elding this iuICOiuhI.| presented question of"! ar or of notice. He left (that entirely pi oj insane Conduct I rovisioii a case were made out f'ji
at the pit-sent crisis i : lo take a.iv' *t.*ps for the ticinendoiis. engigement between the to tht in. for (the iHfHttrly" spirits 1.1| that b >dv'. But he did p<.Hits to a confirmation of the e>!'d ali true maxim which the Court, on motion, could qujsh theexecu-
bet'er' defence f tie! Sir I ask. \nglo allied forces at the river Plate could seo.then! that his could (lion, or rebel on bearing the the
(> country and "II not co'npetiti"-r desire t hat the tavor.thle alttntioti of t hue S'natt -that the n_ake nad those they would d,'- give motion, party
can we indeed be blind! to Ihl.1 feigns fall of some oi Ho as' batteries at the mouth of (the to have been parliculalJ gMnrous in this t that the I tvorable and hearty support of t the Dilate, GUll might IK entitled to a stay otthue. | r. c4.uuigt. The
If tl'e title as he alleged, so : stroy I'er the sake ef humanity, anti in view of ellect of this law in the if t the Ceurt
which now darken the horizonand liver Parana. The doubt initter fj< ( man was might be given to this meauire, not .is a war measure opinion Hte>
threatening less newspapers wi hurried to come .re to perform the duties which -n<.t as ole connected with the Ore iron measure the horrors (ot war, we hope that some satisfactory restore to the Courts a |K wer which lliey possessed
to which allusion 1 Ias: been so frequent! teem with the particulars of heowedto his itmuemutu, that -could! not find at Common Law but t which
proceedings ,
e> they were
COHI hut simply a it stood upon its own merits as a domestic atonement will yet I be (tf'd to this Government in deprived
nude, that to describe. them were almost an g on both bides. On (the part of the Eng. the time to tate to him ( Ir. B.) the grounds upon measure, connected with the interests and *e- time to relieve it from the necessity of making bv the act of l1t Any thing which would entitle

idle rrjH-tition '" lish and French the victory was complete indeed which he meant to meet tin issue, he asked him, i cuutv of the country Gentlemen were mistaken painful the party to Ins auilita ijuierelar which would be

Mr.J on to speak of the' ] ; not, however, without serious loss what had.he done since '10 had been here, that he when they supposed that t the bit I I pros idt.d 'for an ab- reprisals on our sister Republic and of chastising an available ground of motion, according fo Cemm -
as
1:1"nlt .
Wai now willing to ( Mte < f londa. of .lute of five or six millions The her, a" she so richly ilescrvcs : n Law principles, weuldoperate and avail him
regards iifu and rl'lttl appropriation
and
treat : \ England Trance property in the way of ship. her elected i ? I he fortified her uiidfr this statute If there favor
Hlre.ellt: \ Idl only imperative appropriation was fur an augmentation the reports which we pufih from Mexico wire a judgment in
were now making to their marine force.He .- P''hg. harbor ? I coasts Had he "I of IMwards the L'ank Hat he
( ( Ilr of the steam marine of the country, at an expense are accurate (and we have no dOlbt of the c<.rrectne against showing
imputed that increase, and the celerity 'ril English brig of war Dolphin alone re. regulated her land S stein ? What stup 'ndous work of one or two millions of dollars ; and although 's ol the main fact.) the United States havesuf- Court,en mot ioncould set offanl order a discharge e>fthejiidginentof

wilh which it was going on, to apprehensions ., 107 rourd shot in her hull and ringing had he done,that he should be willing to leave that ( it was not admissible< for him to advert to pro- ft'rll through their Minister the crosses,! and most the Bank against him.theCrurt would

entertained b\ those Powers of with the The State for several months of this important Congres eee-dings which took place in committee, he begged contemptuous; of insults Of ctJlr'e our Government su*|>end proceedingsas wnnld be against conscience
a rupture tIring engagement. Trench steam without whin he had been in such fIr (hue execution to !undersuch circumt-tances ILut
a Representative
l.uf to say to I the honorable chairman: of the a"alCormite' cannot hesitate a moment as to the course to pursued lroces
the United States. er, Fulon, 104 shot ; and a Trench vessel or a hum to come on here ? No ; these wireery in- in re!>Iv to so much as he had t towards I that infatuated nation Longer b forbearance : here is the verdict of a jury nerily, which in

Hut it is said," continued Air. lanlgan, at a ,'cs"e manned bj Ticnehmen, was; cenouo; movement*-movements which r-howed A alude to; that he ((1r. y,) for hi hOh! own with it would I a crime against the nfutatun law ereat, s no right, until it is'rifcneet info judgment

there is no cause of dilliculu-no prospect, completely The total loss of the allies ;"| irt ot the stine; ability bj hiucauls of vhich he ( Mr[ part at l<-ast, was governed in (hil advocacy of t Ibis ( and dignity ft( country and rcndtr it not Uhethtrin equity it may avail, is another

no of a difficulty', growing out of this amounts to about ISO( killed and wounded 15.) had drat min might be willing to abandon; a sat proved t. necessitv',. lIe had taken some pains to ex I and contumely ef every other people f.at or the verdict could not be pleaded at law by way of
Oregon question. If no difficult} {grows of it, while on the part of the enemy no correct belong to him (Mr 15.) but he (Mr n.! ) could not amine the naval statistics of the country for the last small There is no escaping the necessity,!(here"me set efl( nor in any ether manner The motion must,

Kn land will assume a ground,,which le'trI'clore statement has yet been made public. Report abandon the duties, \hit h lie owed to his constituents ten or tuseny( years, and to his utter astonishment ( of an immediate declaration e>f war against tht re fore, be overruled

/ in her huisory: she has assumed. Per. says that upwards of 800 men are missin .- here." he had jurid. h)tables:prepared form ofhcial reports, Mexico, unle the Government would forfeit (tE

hap I am indiciect in m\ mo\eIH'nt. But Certain it is, that in one fort not less than UoO Surely the people will think with us that the reasons that in a list ( all the vessels built for the na\y respert of other powers:, and the confidence. and regard Cor i e ipon Jtnet ef the J-'lot tJian.
stated IJ. full and within the last hnntvcars., and in another list of f its own citizens( A thore h chastisementimoierly VtASIJINGiON CITT
1 comprehend the past history of I'njrland.I .- bodies were found, and in another some 1.10 by :Ir. are ample justification February, lS4b
vessels built within the last the cost administered, with the
have read and studied it 'from childhood, and or 100, and what is still more strange, they for his refusal to give the people of Florida the al repairs: actual' amounted to tn'eai within a few hun. tion of several of their most important permanent seaports oecupa-, Duel i( suiting. Deoth The Oregon De6ate-

in no one instance bS due ever receded fiom swore all blacks. To account for this, it is unnecessary HborcT a new electionand to incur the dred thou> dolars ol a sum equal lo the original would probably teaeh our neightxirs better manners The Senate-litimvrs-.Mextco. I I Iu

of their interest" unattended e construction To his utter I and them their good behavior lesscertainly A eluel occurred on Monday at BladensLurg, between
a high positiem which she has assum d. This said that as fast as a white man fell, killed or responsibility leaving expenditure flt a- put on Nolhirg :
ma/emenf, he hid that, within threeyears after would answer thepurpose Mrdicate the Dr Ji hnsen and Jones, both of Perq'linnns
r
to (for tune before fount ( -
country w ill not reccele Ohio, wstlf IVnnpvlxania wounded, he was immediately carried ott'; : so long a as woul necessarily elapse
the vessel of the of character United "
completion a war, sum of States
County North Carolina which
western New YOk, Indiana, Michigan while the poor bhcks were kept at it and la the successful candidate. could reach Wa.shin.j- $::"i/KX) over the original cost has been expended for tie : resulted in

I Illinois Missojii i, Kentucky, Tennesseewill where (lucy fell. ) ton. Mr. B., his always. contended that either himself repai's-repairs rendtre necessary in consetquence The Orange Tree Insect. the death ef Johnson on the first fire Mr. Jones I

never surrender one jot nor title-nerer. Once or twice these miserable wretches attempted or Mr Cahill was elected, and that the state of the defective, although etrava-nt, manner in We copy from I the Southern Cultivator, the following vas immediately arrested by the authorities, and is

We hear from hOle daily nightly to (fee from the forts, but no sooner \3 entitled to the services of one or the other in which the vessel had been built, under the present receipt for the destruction of the OR\>GE now m jail The gentlemen were both strangers C
ant bad system at the public yards, or by the liability of
of the that did he National Cour.ciU He had the of the here, and carne on for (the purpose of fighting The
messages spirit stirs people. they attempt it, than Rosas' cavalry charg.ed di-cnion the materials to decav Now, the bill proposed two INSECT, which, if it proves as successful as represented -

Hut this morning the mail brought us intelligence on them, and compelled them to return to Commit(' in his favor on the evidence produced before points, addressing themselve-s to the economical propensities will be o the greatest importance to the cause ot quarrel is said to have originated in the suspicions

that the Misseiuricomeiiiiori had unanimously their guns at the point of (the lance. Ro if, and he had no desire to create an inttrngitim ( of gentlemen ; which were, he trusted, people of londa I is a verysimple remedy ', and of Jones that Johnson, in his practice as a r

adopted, as I was informed by ni) sas seemed to hive anticipated the flight of in the Representation of Florida, bj refusing a quite h as strong these as their vessels warlike should propensities be built by contract It prllllhat can be readily)' tested by every one. physician, had taken improper liberties with some t

friend.from A'issouri who usually sits ,here,, his men, and placed these cavalry there on (lecisioii of the Joue. This course is cvinsiveof: in order that the mechanics of the country, who, friends on the seacoast of Georgia and in Flo members e if the family of the former. It is also said

[Mr. Atchison,] the resolution dung our boon. purpose to keep them in check ; 'lor, on the true rtard for the interests of the people, and cer- help to sustain: the public defences, should have a Or, are doubtless aware that a specific against (hueucaly that Johnson ik-i.ied the accusation in his last me>-

clary at 34 40' now and forever. Indianais landing of some -430 m(1 from the vessels of ainly few will contend that the State will lose anything fair chance of entering into successful competition insect, that has wrought such devastation mont. There was little or no sympathy for those

of the same mind, I venture to say, and so is war they met with but very little opposition. by substituting one gentleman for the other, I for the execution of this department of the public among the tar-famed orange Jfof \ulslin4,1 concerned. The idea of men making long journey,
work, and in order that the cost mav be as reisomM has been discovered it been tried I
Uhio-and so-I like IMH te "jnoi il lieu of \Toiite\cido advices lo tho Kf tilt ._ aslirr ,. fur the purpose of enterin, infn mcvtal combat at the
iyc Rcpresnlati'e.The Bo..tori.l. .na ouil ikliUlsliit. | %%iII) ill tins (ouutry Or is theineriean insect the same
im friend from Kentucky, over way ; but We have news from Parana, stating the entire whigs, of course, will carp and gumbll in allow By such a system millions would be annually that infests orange trll in4ngland ? Mr Dwning termination of it, is certainly madness, and this is aggravated

such I gather from every account, is the state destruction ofihe principal batteries at the their disappointment-this is \pected. we see saved, instead of bein s'luandtre' under the present in his Fruits and Fruit Trees of Amtrica, page by the reflection, that both leave families

of feeling in that gallant JState. But will Temclero. The loss uftlue French and Eng ito good reason shy they should do so, when by the system, which actually gave a premium to slovenlyand !13. sa -The orange plantations of Florida have at home The laws of Maryland are severe on duellists

:, England recede so I Jar a even to accept the lish"amounted to about 150 killed and wound official returns, it i!fairly proved that 1r. Brocken- proposed lazy by execution the bill of to add the a work class Again vessels: It to was the attack suffered of\'Cry the scale severely insect within( t'oecui a few HtiptnJinn years, from) hichin the and the public seem to desire that the sumvr -

proposition of 490 her history teaches us ed. rough received a decided majority of the votes of the navy which could be put into service or not, just some ca.f has spread over whole plantations\ and >r will get the benefit of the law in its fullness

that she will not. I :J it would be an anomaly eople. The arguments of theeditor of the Sentinel, circumstances demanded. But he would not ask fora gradually (de-stroved all the trees. I is the same The Oregon debate still goes on It has now become

in English policy if she would so recede.Is .. SENATOR ARCHER ovPie.s.-In the debate his correspondent, and even Mr Cabell favorable consideration. of the hil, were it not that small, oval, brownish insect so common in our greenhouses exceedingly tiresome, a* the subject has been 1p 1I
there no ejfa dtiiculty with Alexiro in the Senate on the 15th inst. on the Resolutions Ilim'el the public necessity( called for proposed increase which adhere closely to the bark and underside -
Iro"pcct of fJen.; Cass to the in \ouldall have ben fairly answtredby the publicationof of the navy. The navy, it \\a true, was large of the leaves All efforts to subdue it in Florida entirely exhausted, and nothing new con be said about -
I. ? I or falsehood J in the statements put country a entire returns of the State, which we published 1 enough and costly enough ; but i did not consist of have been nearlv unavailing it. Some gentlemen have endeavored to excite
.
we hear of the contemptuous receptionof state defence, Mr. Senator Archer, of Va., in our last paper Why does not the Sentinel that material which the present necessities of the A specific, howtver, Mr. D. says, against this insect differences, on account of opposition lo the rash

( our minister I las hi succeeded in his (known to the whole (Ion and particularly to publish them ? The apparent disgust at the result, country required Located a he himself, was, immediately has:lately been dlSo\crt1 in England. It is the views of some members The ultra Oregon men
designs or intentions We know he has the New Orleans Picajunc, I, a on the Mexican gulf, and on a most important use of (the common Chantoinile It is stated thatmerely
know he cannot. not.We Report of his made at the )sesrion celehratct) and the epithets employed, Ixith by the editor and point, he had, for the last three or lour years, hanging up bunches of fresh chamomile herb will not brook opposition from any quarter, and

his candidate, are out! of pi ice. They had better felt bound (i) interest himself to the subjec of the in branches, destrosthiescated insects, and that hence some speeches abusive of southern members

".0 know-cvcry I.ll of us must know- occasion to deplore the calamities of a war ben left alone.. Vie shall wait the of defences of that great sea-a sea upon security cultivating the plants at the roots of (the trees, is anctfO'tuallreenti'e This is all wrong, and those who engage in it are
that it is utterly imjtfssible to adjust our difficulties with England would bring about, and to (I well appearance of which depended the safety of the whole rich val- to the attacks of this insect.- not friends to a
the promised of Mr. Cabell, ere we notice Oregon to the partv. or the eountrv
with Mexico while France and England also upon its horrors on the Atlantic coast.- crcuar lev of the MISSISSIPPI and a vast }portion of the leaves are much infested, we recommend -
I their Waxing the gentlemen either. South, approachable, as it was, from the the stem and branches to be well washed The consideration of the Navy increase resolutionshas
,
maintain eloquent repeated
,
,. present position towards "' the humblest individuals As to the injustice dine :fro C. by the democratic islands:of other nations. But what had been done with( an infusion of fresh chamomile in water, and been passed over, for ether business, in the Senate -
us. And if Mexico strikes a blow against us on tho farm would (to the defence of that While millions
sea the lobe
il'lre foliage well synnge-d with the Repeating On Ihi
in the House of after thevotewas same yesterday it was again passed
majority Representatives over
it wi be only because she knows she is backed sufler by the incursions of tho English. Tlicretrould upon millions had been expended north of the capes this emceor twice, will probably effectuallyrid on account -
be the taken and Mr. B. declared entitled to hiss of the Chesapeake, the seaboard south of that of the slight indisposition Senator Westcott, 5,
by them. We are acquainted with thedeclaration not a pig left, English would seizeit point the trees of the scaled insect.
at, Mr. Jacob of had been almost And whenhe w ho has the floor The Senate
Thompson Mississippi,in a spiritof is a most dignified
This alogctht'r
be nt
put forth by lui/ot. Do we imagine a plunder. it must confessed, lecll
I would be awful. Ducks and frankness which has Inin'rsaly characterized I spoke of that, was at any sectional Florida Methodist Conference.The body, worthy of imitation of the House. 5U
that France and England will decidedly chickens with
feeling viewsof
permitthe or sectional
any mere interest; second session of the Madam
lemocratic the whole Florida Conference of Rumor has let her
t United Stiteato annihilate Mexico They were ma to bo taxed by Mr. Van Hu- ( majority throughout prol'ein but mainly to call the attention of the country to the never-resting tongue (I
and proposed a resoluutiongisiui fr. Cabell the fact That of the tht M E. Church, South, commenced on Thursday run at random for some days She has bruited t,
; cannot. They will not. Thej. would be falseto ren, pigs were not intended for the English : op- simple part country was m quite abroad -

their own professions; the position palate, but for the home market"-and we ortuniy( of contesting the eat oIMr. B, in case it defenceless state I might have been otherwise last at Monticello-Bishop A>PREW presiding The Cabinet difficulties, and proposal resignations, 5

assume towards her if they do. But who they! can scarcely refrain from expressing the most should appear from an)evidence from the returns, But that they line had, gone upon on which improving there the had navy-yards been northof Rev Bishop ari\t1 in this city on Monday evening commencing with Buchanan, who, it is said, would

&hal that he elected has not been made expenJtdmilion last, and on Tuesday delivered a eloquent go on the Supreme Bench She has
profound indignation towards a Government was I a political evening very called Judge
: pretend to say ihat England! and are !, whilst the na-)ard of Pensacola, one of 'aic
t not holding Mexico in her present position. which would place national rights and national question If 80. it is on the whig side. The means of defence of that gulf, had r'cei\'e since and impressive discourse, in the Presbyterian WtKxlbury to the State Department-then she ha

Who is there that can penetrate their policy, honor in the scale against ducks, chickens, vh.gs to a man voted for Mr. Cabell Even MrMeGaughev its establishment, appropriations to onlyof Church whIch had been kindly offered by the Pastor declared that Mr Buchanan and Mr Pakenham had

: or divide the impenetrable which shrouds and pgs.:: Mr. Archer has properly warned a member If the Committee on Elec- $" upon ; By
their schemes None, sir none. There is the country on this subject, and wo think he tions, after having said that (Iurl was not evidence it appears that the money was tran from reports Conference will close on Monday evening, when the Mexico, and been guilty of divers other untruths,

one feature in English |policy, which her bitterest deserves therefor a title to be extracted from enough before the committee to satisfy the mind of that locality and expended in other parts f4'rre country Bishop will b obliged to leave for the Alabama Con- which I will not enumerate here

::. enemy must yield her greatest admira. the occasion, and to wear it hereafter proud any impartial mon. that eitherof the two gentlemen What was the condition of their fortificationsat ference, which convenes in Mobile on the 2th( inst. The formation( of the new Cabinet in Mexico, i> :5

tion. I is the secrecy)' with which her designs ly in the presence of tho people. Mr. Pig' vas elected," voted lor Mr Cabell mouth the of mouth the of Mississippi the gulf-river which After is, in fact,and the Bishop i Andrew met with the kindest reception by not regarded as favorable to peace. There is much .t;

t .. are ever cloaked, whilst she is preparing Archer aft associate for Mr. Win. C. Rives We have beforeshown that the Judges of Probate years of appeal:against the system of (the years War Department all cas"t and wile".e Florida. with the prayers' talk now about putting a Prince from Europe at the V

; for their execution-so essential to the celerity who, during the late campaign, pronouncedMr. were the proper returning officers, and that by such arid as a mater of special fave>r, last year and best wishes of all for his future usefulness and head of the Mexican government, and Santa Anna

of her movements, and the overwhelming Polk, /JucA-River Colonel. Who w return, Mr. B. had a majority of the votes at the the small sum of $ 0/OO was consented to be appropriate prosperity. is said to be at the bottom of it. Whoever gets at

force of her blow when these designs are ma. William S. Archer?"- & end of thirty days. We have shown further, that by to commence works there ; but which, the head Mexico, should have his head injured
of
r
L lured for execution. Sir, I .intain that we all the votes on file in the office of the Secretary of applied for lapse that twelve; months the commencement, has not yet ben .)IiIu'aukie.-Tlie editor of the (W T.,) Gazette. a

should at once begin to put our country in a Texas is beginning to reap tho first fruits State, Mr. B. has a decided majority-and that the works being stil purpose delayed on some flimsy pretext.Without .- in speaking town of the influx of population at that thriving .Ippotnlment by the Pa e dent, ly and tnth the ad

I proper state of defence.'" of annexation. Every vessel arriving at Gal. votes of the whole State, with the exception of one navy-yard on the gulf I at which a says- rice and content of the Senate

"voston ;is thronged with migrants. Many of mall precinct, have been returned. \Ve cannot conceive lon -hoat may b repaired-without fortifications to .We gave up counting last fall-every boat bro't Dillon Jordon, to be colltctor'of the customs for
defend the of the in hundreds, the exact number andas
gulf with British islands no one can ;
Interesting Indian Intelligence.HfeTTLE these are come parpared to.settle at once a. therefore, why all this hueand crj is made by horderinl the mouth of that strait, at which have for describing! (the appearance of the tel on their e the>f Pensicola ihsf net,and inspector of he revenue for the pert

r HLU'Kf'CJT mong us ; many arc come to spy out the fruitfulness the whigs, now that the voice of the people has collected materials of war sufficient to last five arriva at this port-the crowding and jostling cf Mitchell removed, in the. State cf Honda, Vice Robert

IETWrFX THE AM) of the land, and to choose locations been heard and the individual by them elected hai years-with steamers plying (there havingcannon comers, impatient to escape? from a "place, in Walker Anderson
CHOW IM.ulAss.-A gentleman fiom fort F. ballast,nnd British naval which had standing-eager touch to be navy agent for the port of
Ir I previous to a final removal of their e fleet*.- xtii permitted to take his seat the OIClf as passengers,rally, they slept to a soil Ptnsacola, in the Stale of Florida
of Jackson
l't"JI'le'l rep- ,
a in place
|t> A. C., near the Tails nf iLe Missouri, and up. at any time, to take (ummal!, the condition of the on which they intended to plant their future fortunes Morton 4 4
>
The west seems to he tho great attraction and reserutative.C0NCJtS..4V0 i with whose commission has expired
wards of I undred mile distant national defencess in that important locality mightbe undoubting trust of quick timid abundant returns;
t. tweltJ.e\1 we may anticipate that in a very [little lime readily imagined They had no vessels in the the motley collection of furniture and household
from St. Louis, icccnll) an i n'd, has furnished not ice by t this morin mail,that which beds and bedsteads and MOBILE
that lovely portion of our country will enjoy navy ofthatdescniption wereadipted for efficient ttuti; bedding cotschairs FEB 2
I he Reveille with the.f following! infoimation : its former prosperity, and become what its our Senator, Mr. Westcott, had addresse.1 llhe Senate service in defence of the gulf What, then, tabl', and stools, pots and kettles, shovels and L VTER FROM MEXICO.-Important Intelligence
On the 17ih of last June hundred was ? The addition to the of ton ., lucre and there a fiddle, a flute and lile -We
some seven and its merit the on the subject of the Naval defences of the Atlantic wante navy steam ) a are indebted to t>ur friend MieUlleton, of the
I of
beauty resources garden ,'e"sl", by their light draught of water would this is all beyond our power lUrald ainl nbune
of the Crows fell upon a small party of and Gulf Coast. He assumed pacific side of the for the perusal of a letter frem
tho Jand.-Hraoria Planter.OKIC.IV tl. be suited for the shallow waters ol that sea, at .Neither can we follow the troops Irma (the. pier, Pensacola, written on Saturday last, from which
who had we
the Hackfcct, camped about seven- question ; but contending that. the first section of the the saints time con"trucel on- '. -ati---li.i,-rin....-.inlnu,. ant. ..._- and accompany them in their search fur a t 'ninorarv- learn that the t. States l.n T s ,i,<>rj i.1 ,u..t imn.l
I ; from the fort. and _in ndtnrironf. well that of the amendment of as would enable them to 1.I and hear the refusal at almost Jour{ at that
f'.f'o ----( ---- -- oi" Tiin CAP OK LIIIFKTV.-In formerages bi a as Mr liannegun pulsion speed hastily from sheler. every toreneive port from Vera Cruz bringing thi' important

the main bexl). The Crows kied'cnt}. old honorable became ought to be adopted as a peace measure, and I one position to another as trriergency required. Regarding t them,from the lapP!, bcc.u>e'ovtierowd .d. intelligtnce that Generalrista had declared aeamst
I
was
age ; caps this, then, I landlords, lie
and wounded a necessary measure, not with Paredes Ge.venincnt
the
of
one, UK many that much of the before the a and in laver reste ration
of hundred and children upward emblems of honor. Hy degrees it became that billhoul prevail reference to war, but a a proper and permanent (provision .Every public house-and the numlter in Mil- et Herrera-that throughout the country the
a women prisoners the badge of freedom, for none were question of (the notice was taken. He strenuously for the defence of a portion of the country waukie has been idrupled within a yearhasbetmi peopk were orgam/ing in oppewition to the present
I i and succeeded in capturing one Iluldrcd insisted that the nakednesj of now entirely defenceless he considered like a certain tenement we heard of in
deemed honorable who were not free and I the Gulf defences that the bill once e>nc \dmuustratu, assigning as a reason their dread of
and fiftj horses. Inh'Ict of their disastcrous : loudly called for the increase of steamers, and that was justly entitled to the favorable consideration of room of whieh four families, eighteen in number, war and blood shed,and regretting their having permitted
when slave became freeman he had
a a a cap the Senate. On the other which dwelt, and said they should have been
defeat 11:1'in ) cejinejed lo the grounds to he had very comfortable Pared to overthrow the Herrera Administration -
; \ of the HIackfeet given to him, which he was permitted to not to have them would b to leave the whole South- alluded-the economical and efficient system which if the occupants in one corner had not, the day ( Mr Jslfkll wjsstillat Jalapa,with brightening
:, main body they came up, wear in public. TIe or cap of 'rn coat exposed to the ravages of an enemy. Mr. the bill sought to introduce-it was entitled to consideration. before, taken boarders! prospecls

and though in less numbers' than the Crows, erty was simple in its Piiu, tho shape I.iJ.1 a W., took a much wider range in discussing the sub. One of the great principles on which its .Then for the stages in the winter sea!on. Broad Such is the brief and hasty account furnished by

1. attacked them in turn, and fought so desperately loaf bread at the base and in ject, which we have not room to notice at present. provi"ilJI were founde was,that the vessels should way in New York, Washington street, near the the Herald's correspondent, who wrote just as the
latter "Migar ending a be built by By that the cost of Marlborough in Boston, are hardly mail leaving, with
that the were compelled to retreat to We moor able con'rac. system con- more lively than was a promise to furnish full particulars
trust next to
I had COTlli" prefigines that freedom stands on b togivean interesting struction reuce one.hal. And the bill our own Water street, in the morning, when for one in another letter. From the nature of the
strongly which they
j: place they 'f'rtife. the broad IJLil of humanity, and runs up to a extract from his speech which we are informed was also provided for of the naval or two hours it.i i is thronged by wagons fled with intelligence we infer that the people of Mexico are

I wiccceded in reaching al plunder;, pyramid, the emblem of eternity, to show that ughlj,'creditable, and was listened. to with profound force, by constructing vessels of such material as men,women, dlldren, prouce. trunks, ,lion- not prepared to encounter a war with the United
1 though most of their j>ri* neis (escaped.'. The ttcntion were not liable to decay.. They would not be obliged dies and rifles States, and that that ill-fated country is on the eve
P HIackfeet were not strong enough lo dislodge it ought to last forever. I was simple, for to expend in continual repairsin the course of a 44 One may almost imagine lIe sees the limb of of another revolution.-..IJeertaer.Extent .

t from their position, and ultimately Liberty is in itself lie most shining ornament MEXICO:: .-Ills stated on authority of advices from few years, a sum equal to the original cost of con. Wisconsin Territory expand daily, nay ;
the Crows
of It of tho struction. The vessels proposed to be built would sinews acquiring new strength, and its muscles hardihood the
battle continued between man. Ia nono gilded trapping MexiCo, via. Pensacola, that another revolution has of Oregon Territory-On the east,
t ictired. 1"le \a- that maiks the livery of despotism. The broken out in Mexico, and that is not so Secure not become entirely useless in ten or fifteen years.- ,.giving promise that it will attain a giant (says the London Globe) it skirts 3IN) miles along
rious parties; each tiibe for quite four dajg. cap Prade He begged, then that the Senate would recur to the stature the Rocky Mountains the
of white tho native color of tho ; on south, 3uO miles
liberty was of the has
advantages
retaining recently question particularly before them-that the
actual number of ; the affair it & gentle along (the Snowy Mountains the
t The kiedn ; on west 7uO miles
undjed, showing that it should bo untaintedby The report of the murder of our Minister, man from Arkansas will withdraw his motion. He Population of Georgia.-According to the ensusI along the Pacific Ocean the
u difficult to obtain. acknow] gine. ; on north, 250 miles along -
was I faction or tyranny. is not confirmed. would prefer,likewise, that the motion to take it up Georgia, which has just been taken, the total the North American possessions cf Russia and
I edged a loss of eight ?r ten killed, and several Shdel a early as Tuesday next be withdrawn also, and that number of whites England This valley contains
three
now n 4.53,169against 373,100 utst hundred and
the bill
: Our informant states that the Hlack- MATTER Some HONORS TO GEN. a would be allowed to take its course. Butwhatever sixty thousand
> OF TASTE recent philosopher J.ClSON.-Dy proclamation course was taken the Senate he H, and blacks 3K..I56 against 2CS.512. The tc- square miles-capable, undoubtedly,
feet intend to revenge themselves upon their says that it docs not look well, for any dated Sept. 5, 1845, the Buenos Ayrean Govern against the bill by would tal of forming seven States aa large as New York, or
protest being population is 774,325ag'inst 611,702 the
us a war measure now Stales of
forty the
enemies tho enduing ipring. It appear ihat b dy'. daughter to walk the in December ment ordered its civil and military officers to wear or thrown into the trail da"e Oregon last dimensions Massachusetts.
street increase of Some
question. census-being 132,023 of the islands
an or
a number on the sufficient -
t the majority of the tribe were on the olhT in kd slippers( and so cruelly tight, the usual badge of mourning for one day (St. 10th) He his did not see the propriety of the reason advanced nearly equal to one-fourth the entire population( to form a State by themselves.coast are verY These large are-situated -

side the mountains, near the head waters that IH r checks turn to the color of .in testimony of their grief for the death and nf by friend from Ohio. Ho believed that he might, north of parallel 4 InIOU.J of the time
with all due deference to him, Mr Allen be Slate at that The most rapid advance
,,f(the Columbia, whiiher it j is their custom of 'hl. sped to the momu,4v of (Jen. Andrew Jackton n his ( ) per. miles in length and 50 in breadth, contains 12'JOO
milPI tf aUrib'ltl remark, and, indeed, he might in pi'1'ulstien hi*been in the Chcrrkee country miles
square -an a.ca larger (than Massachusetts and
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Queen Charlotte'*. or rather WashCt I' CI-BA.Acom.H-ndofthelanfl. of Cubato lak Intrtpul Jnci._ - "-
tUt. l 100 imU in length and 3d an effect let of March 1S4G f On a late occasion the Emperor TALLi11ASSEEiIIoLtsflE K. FOKTUNK i.-- LA X n LAND !
Bit Hand, tt.'. : ( Russia was reviewing his fleet, when two sailor o _. -. ._ _. _ I : 'f
On both thcs,
| ? contains 4Oi u iuareinih-* '- lmf/on. Raft of cluAlt.ca.k. /" Particularly excited his attention both hy the'pre -- -- -- ( direct from New York, Qf\ .WRF.Sofgooaj Land within three nuU ..f f
"*'* of Corrected \\'td.J n'. .
between tne parallels .bI
? tjllM12h the lie! arroba : ciMon with which they performed sevcra'l difficult ) by BUtK\VHK\T FLOUR CJVtown, about .
336 perel tent, acres which w cl.*rtdk i4 .
,
.i;fcTee! the *oi1, is said .1 ) h veil adapted tc Ale. hottlea. dozen. e1 Of :'::1' tnano-uvres, and bv the *anlitv and daring which -Br"rirsGo.henCANPLE.iMOUId- --. .-. :f CUKIIF.X1N for sale at a bargain application H to *Ie a.- t 1,

.n.Itnrt ThC Mraits and circumjacent aters a- A'plee. lahi. 3 ( 27' they displaced The Emperor was so much please ( of GRANITE CROCKF.Y WARF, Enquire at tin t.f.ce. t:, S .

,'IJdin: th of Ittinest. quhity. Coal, of good llrrels. emptY cacti O t-G4 that he immediately promoted one to be a captain. sipule piece or !etf Also some t'nujrv -.1"1.,. 20 3' )4 .
11. hf T *cins {.f Bnncl*'* have 'been found :. the other he Sperm .. I
; Barrel --- ,
I n. < t bbl. til 336 appointed lieutenant on the spot. The l \ilL WARE\ PnCHF.RS I ---------- -------------------- ---
an COFFEE-SI.
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< lferke. arroba. I 7 27' men, however, were Jttc*, and there is an ukase for. Domjno. : .. u.MI:. a

I SsC ATE.Mo Ikf.smok-. qtl. el; 3:11 bidding Jew 10 wear an epaulette The Admiral of nio.ilavanaGreen, l-li. 20INolirr. 1 fl(4 II rRrLs TIIOM\STON T.IMK. ..t .. .
: -
Ilcans arroba. 7 321lecrea.k the fleet whnstoixl( 10". knowin that they were Ivx.ceived ai.d lor sale by *
N February 2, l*>4 *. : Jews stated the difficulty his Lalruira, J'
to
D. I 5u :3 i Imperial Majesty Java I D. LAIUI.Nevvpt I
presented certain resolutions Beer. bottles. :; 01 336 "Pshaw !" cried the Lmncror, that does not signify : aft,'r date, I hall apply to the lion. 'rt. Janii.>r* *5 I. ts> l.;. v' it .
V\EQOl Iitcuit in the least thev. cO'1lo -OrJinar} to good }'air. _ ___ ,
of KUnda. a>kmg ihe aprmut 11' 4-lb. shall immediately embracethe Chace, Judge cf Probate in and for
: : 3:6 .
"a i' ol commissioner. O'i the: part of the 1'mCWttes Roardt wht. &cl. Pine. 1. (t. 2t) (0 24 Greek religion, cf course" \\hen this d.termination CO'1l0 .:.\ .'( JilTrrson, fur leave to ell tin-real es- lU..1 Jt'u"n'd :

I" art w lt h the' commissioner!tm the pat BrCks, lit. 12 (MJ 324 was communicated to the two joungmen. Kentucky l ; Maiiiiin, late of said omit, de AN I) for f>i>It' at the I birnix l'tiild.i; I bv J. r., i.,

Tfh; Mate en lieoreia. \Ulumaand! Honda, in Iutr. 'Ill. U (U 2.1 knowing that icmonstrance or refusal ould lie in BALE India estate I Ixin; and bcin! in the coun- tune ," U'xemi* tie r Enelivh eiair. tlM"!.
,, tallow vain, they requested the Emperors to ROPE-K'ntuckY.l'f'r Ih. AU interested will take 21 f...1| (; '
t : and marking Ihf h.llda line bet wecTi thesc14TWCSTCOTT U 0' 3'i permission pers-ins kegs .Mitn I'ntttr. .
rt-unc I Candles. sPrm. 27j rxhib.t till more of their maricruvres.as he had not Cra..s. t reol. HIlBERT C. I liriisr.I I I I till tine, aIriest TCIIn ham. '
u flAmtst. _
: Tw.'a .
s'aled! that \II had accidentally i ('heete. 'tmerican. ( 01 24 seen all thev could do. This being g'anled, they FUl'II- :. Fehruarv 7, 1'l. '."' It \'rn'r! January :1. 1M;. 2 iI IAItIilIlisrgtgor'u
: W'It'fn. Ilol. I
cended Per -
.:: :!. ,'. t" brine t.the senate this morning an able Coal (on. : j: 32i the topmast t emlirared and locked in eachother's New York. l\OIiC( I -- -
arm. they threw (mselves into lie and A (Iii4.,
Cocoa Caracrac sea a.
!rn:"-: ol Mr Joseph Branch.; tie Attorney General i1tl. I. W 2'75 : i' U Halt J1.srTd. ) after d.ite. I shall apply to the lloit
the if these boundaries, Cocoa. all itlier 2'4 disappeared fur "v er.-Engligh papn. |M'rsons tndtl.lt d to the .''.!. t j J 4tM IUvi i i..
01 Jefferson
'I n.fii. upon subject ( 'orn mt"al.I''r luihiel ; I fur ioimt fur litton ALL .
would lav it Senate on to- Cod l'ihi. 271 ct'as iJ.! 1 bt. if .ton coin.M w ill inakttn if.- .
hr "ef'r. fU :11 CRAIN--Cornbulshel. I Administrator of Jacob Carte, '
": till. with) other documents : ak a Mnularrttnn Cordtte. tarred. J 01 334 i Smith TLtian and Or"I"o"The great leader of 0." deceaSed. ehafe pavment. and all lho>e su h.. have claims t r itfrrandx .
: ,
the .
"'Tt'' Hi was to from the led- Cordae. :1nlb. ; : Irish people second onlv in influence to O'Cnnnf.ll. JOHN ss ill present tht'm I I'm st.ttl.'nei-t. t.UII.LMM a
t.hJtt I'fIUU' 31i f'sll-1\I.cl.'frl. No. FRF.FMAN:
I
made the 1.1'.r barrel
at last of the
Cotton meeting Association
N <
,urnmcnt it" assent to. and participation in, In 0 36 U .. 1. halt hJl. l'ahni.ry7. Ist'i; Cm JINotice. IIVtdiniiiistralor .
: of the '
k !
one noble _
most manly
displavs of eloquence .
the : \ tie bmti
ky Site tor.k C.dtr.lltles. i w I.j10r.lhl HUH
IItnlwlwd. a. sa .a
'' d. I.
-, r.J'U ad"Jho 1ieddaTh ever uttered in Conciliation Hall After treating on .Ir. Janmrv =II isih _>N
1tllnjnt e boundineand. to procure 1t of a. a. I. gi 'it'h' ____ __ 2nii_ S
ition to pav the cxp *n es, or at Uast: a lamO. 1.J 31' a variety topics conversant with the busu e!s of II ii 2. inurrel dati., plication) will be tnxU b> Sea Island Mlk roiloii
10 aj'f 'In, (he das, lie advanced to the Mligercnt atliude St'c'd.
.. tin) f"nsl11Ch vv ill an.\ beTh la WI qi present a. half ( izne l ti> t lie Juuh.' of Prnbatis gif l
J't l.t ; (' of Great Britain towardsmenca and enlv 2. sii'wcnlnr has on haul lbo.ltt T\\) JrN-I|
o o
|'
I ltrin In 7t34 fin Utteis of administration on the Tit
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!-. : 1"e f.h. (2 declared l that Irishmen had sanctioned and sustained I lernings 1. luarrt'l : ) BINHII.S: : tif superior s E:,X INLAND
'
t I Lfltd 1 states was detplv (lie I oII.ads. < 2 24 a' aa .4 half \inddtm, 1. te of aid ci 11111' d.'d.ELIAS .
; ca.1
intt'rut- ( 'ngland in her unjust wars and that such would note 1. ) SILK ( oriONsFID: : w huh hew ill -.Ii af | ptfbtisbel
tht line between Garcia and Honda loops. I'm311: ( 2' IlIlHs-nr \\1lIIJlJOX. Jr.
) I. lb.
i
fctririr .
J the case aiv' longer: Ihrn'l'wtillJr the Edinburgh 1"1' Tin cotton I'r'ltltK'ul1ol"t ytar l! i.f 4 Mipc
r ,\ I" ."I.rt011 so far forth a!relates to Lard llortt-sgeldivtra, e. It. tat Xli ieview. t" show that the claim of England wa. no Cr.rn. "I.i. J'! tw rum itialifv| and its ,* u.1 lg. 4' ,.ut | lieu Ib-i stt.l rottoiip fl

I .i).' a(n iit< .ascertainment of the ctent of her jni-. qt0. 12 o 3t4 better than that of the United States be declared in It't'r Sbiuit Sale 1 vf Miitulny in March.SlirriUN raeit to the btst land _Arv one wishing s-tT i I

,.;'ili., am] that the titles to lands ot those ol herrLLCa :1.CkffI. 3 .ti 27' tile name uf the Irish people, that if England shouldinatelv I. "H1. pc'r 11... must ajq.h Iv (hv. the first of Man h. 1:
hm lands of the United !. (ct'ppef 2' ,Nt 2"1Xailt.irQn. LE.4.I-B.tr. it,. Sale.
;
: \1 lurCh."e ql persist in wanton waste of blond andnasure 11'r JOHN C. PFLOT. is.
.:ate n.t' th tl"I'Uho line mat he setneu 7.1. :., 'for the barren waste of Oregon. th. Irish hEArth iR-l tarnt'ei. l'f.r If a writ of fieri facias, i" ti.-.l from Mineral Springs, January 21, I 'JH. 2" *t ;

]11.l'II"'St.t('own all the land.couth of O.n. lUl f r : i' ,eople should not be any party to the injustice'"In" !- Suihi-. office of the Circuit Court lor the -- .
Ih.1 t purchased, or o English or oil. llfm and whale. 10 27'Onioj. Notice.
tin :in- M \le qtl ( is a most remarkable speech coming from a ITp.r per title. 'Ililltllt Circuit of Florida. wherein !. .
*! grant before the. cession Florida, or dojjieJ I { ::11 Iressed ieer Skins Biter S. IJllnee.Joho (Ouden Jas
SMBI* gentleman of Smith O'Brian's well known firmness I ia. ii monthi after ilafe, I shall present my final ac
t. tla' latc. or orporahor'5.| or individual Paper, leuet 2 : :C', skins Nuc N. Rank in are plamtifTsand SIX
nJluence and great propertv This has produced a Sh1' I ILr1fDEn and v our he'rs to l be lia.n. Judge rf I rw t
"act.tl.tzi: of the lands adjitimng; the di"pute l'ptr.frrlin; :1iPCrk. great ensation Should Ireland he able! to preserven per thousind lect, I : I 'efendant.! I ha\e I"'iftllll..m. and lute in aid for the Ceuntv it Jefi-isnn, cud spills
not beenolltred for i ale. or even W. J- ., 335J'iitkeideii. MoLASSES I sile l-fore the Court House b1.i.f inflexible neutrality Fncland cannot will not coo per gallon, for a discbarse as dmlnsfratt rse 1 un nn >f tl.titatt ,
u yet bllu State Some ft m: 274I'otatcies \. lb. ....,. Monday, the 2d da of
.; .U" Cnif q. war for one sear Dublin corrrrpondincr f 11,1' ", IMT '> of Jamti Hall, latt t.l said! ct> rtt, v'ers.arej
,_i ,tsta I. bee'u settled upon by Foridians. claim- 2 : :. Tribune One A>D PAINTS-Swrm.; per gillon within lisial hours, the followm<-j de- VM i.run.JeirtrsonConnty.Januirvi 4' .7

JB.: .i "( 11111| right.under the Congress, lire. q1I 6 t :1santlin Linseed, -\It .ls4r.. 26 f-m CNE'

totcmt bame. land had been taf1 IVK.Osioii t'.U. I" ICI 271 A legacy', 'tahitI,. il is said, will exceed ;2fllhM), Whittr l.cad. ptr keg, ;.J, '!-, 3., 1J I 101, 10-2 antllo. to-

'I I uiJ "Id h* authorities tf Georgia a- her I Shin IN. M. : 7: ''JIIOh. las hem left (o Lord Brougham bv Miss Man Halertv a' isi.. .. appurtcinnces and improvements <;<>ODS.innr .

rr.'Ir.IJ f'.r the beneUt of lit State. It could suii boo. each. 7: ZIho.ks. cut of respect and admiration forhisuneualled 'ROVISIONCicon Hams 'nrlb., J I iiutad, h'rug end IH-IIIIC where tht' d. "ib.acnibers have just rtnned bj Enif I's'a

.. .1 that this state tlnnc-. occasioned I :, hhd. I ,xi 21S.ap. abilities public conduct, and principles" M Sitles. 1 .:<.s, m (lug' oripnal i'Ian ol the city ,H_ conic, from New York,

jTfii i "I i tuiioii and much litigation, and,also con- I hart qil. S C.' 3. SJioeild-T, ..!.,, lot No 2 of t-ec :3. T I \. t\\ V7. Cotton Hr>s<-. aisortt-d. :1.

ie."- d' '" lii juriMlictionof tilt courts ot i ht state : Sta\H N. 25 t. 24 The United States :31 aKn7inc. :Mess I IWf, |pel' Lalf bbl I 11" 7tM| acres im re or 1 less l't: piecu. PrinN, lat.st patUrits,

t' i;. --a and Florida" in criminal proM-ctition* fur Talow. liii. 7 !, S.\LTllf'rS.uk. as thi property ol said defendant,and I Also, a varittv of Fantv Irv dotxis,
ind Drmorratif Janiian. MG.
Kmcw for
in the Ji terntorTi \ 2 "ttTunut.a i } \ tist\ S oil ,writ of fieri (facias. ,
crlh., Which we I'IFtr tom el.) at ln.' lowest pritt-". &
,. .i.. prarticablt. remedy for the. evil, is (lie I ctnked. '1 234 TABLE OF (OTETS.I. SLC.\H-Vew O.-Ieanx. per Ib., A. A. FISH r:R, Sheriff L. 4. II (.C.KELM.IJW: ; &. 10 ,

.r. 1. J. hldf settlement of the dillt->td. .. C5FORT ECTIES The Reciprocil Influenc of the "hysical 1 &'i'l \\hitellaranna. January 3, l li.' j | ,si

WI:,u-' fl.ndaa. a territory', w.atcmlte] I 'I Sutar. box, : (Oie(' and of Free Political I Institiitioii. I fcwible Refined Loaf "ted Oat and Plougho,

h. .euiners: al'I.'mt-\ the I Rum, pipes tjtl, r,' I Segars, r itjtl II I. The GaUl ol North Xmerua its nomenclaure Lump, 'aw ilia, h.* LAD rouI SALC.

a!K. t'i! *>..t.. ot Gt-orzia pectnil\\ The coinin lo1as-f. hills Fre-e Tobacco, fl" :,.XICollet I ( habits haunts and seasons; with hints on t lie I "FAS, arcordirs to quality, I JOHN PARKIIILL AM desirous to s.'11 Plantation oi Lake Ji- .

i I *'. liwereithsareed.. and I lie effort filfol I loney I hhds :17 I science Woodcraft. By F'rank I'otl'stet.0011.. ] "OB %cco, according to quality, ,10. -'> 2t son. aueinmt nine uiil.-r.orth ol the ofv .,tlusste 'I at- :,

m ': hi .lrt' nin and marked t he line j The \\\oodcix I L'-tf with about 7'M acres if chart land This a
Tins Tariff is to take effect on the 1st of Mdrrhiictand : Collon Seed.
ia.: !" ').'r own interests and neand claims; :toi\Mi I HI Sundav < ,
the date
I the l
lay li'and t'\'rCIi juri-du iln uj* to tin line SIr e>n same vessels (onagt' duty. will ereimposed 1Proijietts ol the Legal Profession ill ;\merirao0. 10 bv Ii, : I ii.: -, first o.'nhty.of the above in the Sate and has | r,,iiKHl *. rrneh crtt n i.tj'

"fln" malt- htr At tin ..(.nt s>,'-"ion< of 11 upon the .loading utolassesIn \ The \hslen. By 1. S. S. AndrosM ID" bv l', '(.: rrl and for sale (.y t"'d'j and corn to the acre per hand as ant m tin mjlcrn '

tntvst; .Lcpslaturesol dt''rcia and Florida. calculating duty on imports one per cent Papers of ant ]Id b.-trnoutlll'riont'r. IMitid \\"HIIE1', I U H Br: ::RRY .V ('a country The Sa-t season. an experiment was io4 kin
the amount ot dutv must bead led called balnnza
"J".eL both tho e. State airewl to appoint coiuc. on hy Nathaniel I Haw throne.VII t';_, 2"Nofice._ I the culture of Siizar on the most iwhfltn nt of the .

..>>dlfr., and ascertain and run the hit aiio\\ .- Manufacture of Wool Silk, Cotton and Flax, RFMVRKS.-lotion cim s ill f< i hiwl, w hich IIIM! v ieldd (cia crops i-t Cottiun ml! tft*> .

l. r.u. proposed that a commissioner of the Unittd ITEMS FROM F'OREIGN PAPERS Ancient and Modern lave. no chaiui to not d', 1'rm rall datt.. I shall present to the Hon of! corn: e>fl of 2" acres, 3> liossheitds 'e-ear aJif .

'*'." :i.uld U the 1 umpire in cast. if a duarreen A series of the railway signals lor the night or incases VIII The Polish Revolution of 1"311. BvMijcrI The New York wicket remains ( robattfor Jffirr! in County, mv final I'txj pi'lons of Molasses was r4 with a urrrfcn "

i i" tweu the cc.mmi"ioltT. This (;eJrciad of 10;. planned I''o Mr. Thomas I'oisyth, .uermtcndtnt ( Touchman her, as Adi:nnitrator of I-r: tacit mill There is now 'Jo ares r.f rattx-.n c w. winh .

.:... I I' Riot understood that the objects to |> tit the locomotive department of the \mericainl-Jf. The Pa>t-Tlie Future id (oint\ iKeail ; and shail then will IK- %cry cle-irabe! to a ettler The cleared latcl ,

tie t.>jr; JraI'J,| of the United Mates in such . n the riznnfal j lat), anti IMS ;

r.. IhtoiiU 1 l Oatter in depute is as t< the cadw have lattiy been tried and are hichlv sjKiken} ofIVavcr Xl. Ntw 1 P>M>ksol the Month !'. nn
I .t t.Ttu7i- of th,' bournlan Till nited States |, were last week offered up in all the XII. Moiuhlv Littrarv liulletin Till 'I.tllahassiM. Ixtwttn tht J.inhh.ir% |II i I, 1 h ll.; ;>:, AiDa It is now- in fine heat aria! tilth. ant ices.

at, 1 1 1 'r.i claim to and at the mOld on the head |! churches ot Paris for the entire return tf the English : XII!. Index \olume XH ,cl.uk, "t each d.IN until Saturiliv p-tble f.f prtKhicmsr as much aa it did atwo firji i

.i .::,o. **; Mar- rner, raised bilr 1lirt.t. I'0I j,I nation to Ihe Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman .Tin Dt'mocratic Review is now ;published at '-tip) tom the purjtost o: rt"'.'ivinz turns JIailtiou3. cleared Persons de irin; such an estate, sra. nquesttd

:t ,> 1."- r immi"sioner under tlf treat Spain, laith" put annum, and each numltrr is illustrated with an ropertv t,f the( inh;iSit.mls! ol the (" : -:' sol rilFUN HXRMO.N. .)Ust to examine it. The terns e f sale will Is'

:,'r. 1.1: i i"rtears' aj. Georgia claims that the I( TIe King (If Bavaria has issued a decree, ordinijg {.xtra line boRn"it iii? |'ortr.uf.t'n;nv.tl trom Iaztier- .Ml persons tailinz to rn.lkentUtlloi by -d and tin sale bv' extremely lib ral S $i

tu.t. fLm!: ;twehe milts turthtr south at thettfj' t.tvpe-s. ol Anthonv Clark X Co of N. Y., the tiht I\C' louhle-taxe l accordins to lawIVrsons .. 1- 1 PA. \YWARD JOHN S ?IIKPRDJanuarv .
that in future all killed in duel ho havt'
,I aTw11wt stream 11 aHtoe to be the true r..mminf'ds'uC'ide.llhall pervins interred without, or w nluiotirtremony rtisfs in Ibis line ill this country. For tin' current owning 1'its in the eit v 21, IM;:. 27 .ItIVakitlla

M Ma x-rik' t'f To gentlemen well (Inowl tl the -if kind ..r. thus tar, portraits has e appeared; of F. P. Blair Mil pUast. give th. numtxrsi f th. ir .Munildii March nut. .

f 'j .n. 1 1.\ John Uranch and G.>\'. '. Duii. any 1S: j I", late Editor of the Globe ;, G('n Andre Jack- < ;.IO. W. HI TC'IILN[ Sheriff's .alo. CountyTAXCOLLECTOR'S

.. h.tH''n! requested, (a,Mr \V. said ill had At the Palace Court. on F'ridav ljs Mr. \u1."S.a Still, in his last elavs. Hon I ave Johnson. Post 1101'4lu Februarv 1 t. I lc&'.. 9) SALK.BY 1
two writs of lien l.wias. i..ut' (rim
br-i a': isti1 1C,' \trmr MwsiK\ ,) to act as comffli gentleman: residing at Bromlev in Kent keeping MX Gem'ral. Hon:John A. Dix. U. S. Senator, N. Y., \ .
: s .rtir, of the lat Su-w-rior Court virtue of the auth<,ritve.tt.d in me Ly law.
-, ,'" r f.>r the Sfite of Florida.: The dispute as horses, and po sessmg an estate which co ts him and I lion, Caleb 'lIo1IJin!, late Mmntt to China ; and ;
Al ( India I'i'tmit and (,..1..111. Middle IIi.I rid of .Fiorxla I have (lies da Itvitd and will e\jio-e to
(be committed upun
HI' i I. between Florida and .\14b.ma. waR < jC'I',( it. was ordered to to the common ortraits of the like' character will toll,iw .
UI..T 1-d. wh Mills J\IIt.ra and :Mill public sale, in front if (tht' C onrt House, in the
h' iiitd havt '' < n in tis-
davs mi r )1It
for fertv
.1. } i.f; f..i much consequence, as the LnittdMjt goal of ihe county for refusing to The back nunSers of the current year can be fur. TUT | .
p..r"t1 or < la1iu'iti-. allli| linnnd I). I lI"w'e tv aif Uakiilli, State ol Honda,
it' nt frIll, cui -i tin |l.
J. \I' debt for which had beet obtained :
-> .\ii'- .
OR\NC.IS; PIM: .\ I ndants. I have levied
i'4O"( .>s'ar\ for ob,iou.reason, it should be' against him >es in advance,) fIIalit.. forwarded at tin riak otthe On Ihrjiri! MmirJay in Aucntt nnt,
offci forsile. l ltore the Court louise I
BANASI PL::
..,ff ,.('!'a!"". I'a.deemed not onl proper but On Thursday night anti Friday m<'rning last, t lie I publishers bv mail post paid toO which oiler tor salt, wlioje-alt I [ n of Quincv. on Mondav. the 2d da lietwten (lie usu ii hours, the foIUmin {>teri nparnl ill
they
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: ..i".' that: til State should take rart in tide in the Thames rose higher than it has been C. G\RDINF.U: & Co., F ;, within I lenl hours the following of lands, viz-'
hate also receivt-d "woI.l1lot .
':.. *. '! ,'in''nt .1 thest. bou (Sarie', and but rea.-ona- known to do for the lad h'ent.fivcars., destroying I Februirv 7. Isjii' 1:1.; Nasiau-street N. Y hey a rtv to-\Mt Lot imber -, containing 471 uaeres.atud known .
gut a Mi >eri<>r tjuality The | :
I ". ". : -- t lat th., cet eral pncrnment should con- theproptity of parties residing on l oth mde- to hesitation very in[ is as line as the town of Q'uncv. known and ilea the River Surv. according to the e-rimnal iwtvty

ITJ,- it I'J tin pavnient of tlK!t..ar.e'lln"C.( :in enormous extent-several persons barely cscaj>- "i A it HIt- I> roMjht to this saying city Tilts Cigars plan >.f said town by numbers :tj. "s. made by Asa Hartfi id, Purveyor. Also. hits IMHO"b 4

T' < n- ,iut! ". torbE with document relativet cd with their lives In Jifit-rson Countv'. bv t lie HT.. LangIn iui|.ron Meitts th reon. l, ">2, >t, 'iii.>! TO, f;. 'it'. 70, 70,
ia"tili 11 suit purciiasers
T:... .'! i i>Tt pT'ne(b> Mr. W, ure reerrf tort A fire lately' commenced in a forest near Oia.k, I' Tlmrs.Jnv.i'.e !Vh. in..t.Ir.. I).XVII I) WILKINs, ,.f ; ALSO, 100 bottles CII FI'nA as the p' 'pertv of said defindant a*fM, ontainin-; each 3ui;O acres, and know aud

'-' I.mutt' 01 uiciu., and b. Uu" ia, and extended to a distance ol tilt, French PENRYLOR o1 1L\F: 1'31'.T Miss daughter '
t. ri.It.::, : thisCounMto o m de bv Asa Harttleld!, Snrvevt.rII tl e '
sberiff
leagues over a breadth of titteen Elevin villagesLroved H lsIi.; :.') C. WEsT
,'.muortinn with the .hm.', :lr. WIttti ..dotitt "t.'re attAC"nj In it! tours, ..d oiw w'nlu..J 1.. I Rev Richard Tavh r, <>f Jtflersoii! (.unty Florida February- : >;. js LI %.r. 1ii'i I:. 1) S_ above dtscriUd? lots of land situated. 1 lung and br- 7

1":1: -M in,, r'JlutJO which vra* agreed : In the ten others then' were burned I J'lmilU : I i Alto in Columbia Count on Thursdav evening, Note Lost thc'west side f

JralretI.. That he CV'wmittee o the Judiciary is"HI barns. 77,*"" ricks o| hay. HI.d an im- the ;th in*., by' the Rev S B. Foster Mr JOHN within the lat tin davs, fir as Forlxrs' I'urchaand lev ltd upon as lIt- pr Hsrtyof

I. ,.. 'J 1 '<- t. inquire into the tXI|*.heBf\ of prr: neb. quantity of wood tor (tie!. T""ht! .tilt- Miss JULIA AI.h :.\NT, allot LOST cl hand sizntd bv ../ MirriirSale.. the Apala< hicola Land Cem anv ,arwl w ill be s 4d iu4

I..r.. '" ::3t.t.:' the appointment of k commis catantsI.I."i horses, and t1I I bead of catUe were \JL.\l"K.: to 'avable to C. C. Moore, or beartr a wntnt' fieri farn jse0l from to satislv their state and C omity Tax for the ce irfyof

i'"li. th<. pal of the United States in the et- burned to death Columbia Countv lollars, due (11 the lirst of Januarv '" ,.tti"t'lIl t thug- late STincnor Court Wakiiila for th .v.ar 1ST.

t.pI. "I I the h"uldjT line* bwtt the Stales of An account in (lie. Cologne. Gazette states that thtdaughter -- lOinS are hereby caiitionedazaiiist I t (..,du:. Muldle District of 11Hndoi. \1IIJ Ml hiLL

I.! .'., : .:'4 Florida and the J Alabama andi of -Government couttriHoran Elirtf- O IIITUAIti.leparteul flute, as pavmctit will be toppexl. and ?,\v herein IAUIH'raid Gee are ilan.: <=!((T. and ff rjirv Tax Ct 1., Wakulla CJjnilarv .

I r V.. ._: ,' ot providing the payment of the exif berg, ho had I been chut up for years in a dark r4';. .7 nm

1' !'HIU said lines tca'itilv bread and wate-r. lat.Iv eii,- C. I i'ur lor sale, "t."h.re the Court( House
and ted em was ',:Jd ear of his a cat his fl solstice ill I Hirks Town I.l ;. !

covered in a nlt''t dreadful fctate it i! stated that tIe I Madison Countv Fla, the Bet ALIX( :\ \MI:RMOsT.LE I'ti.niary 11 I, 1..I.i.l ; :tiil'S" r .I! Qnncv on Monday lie, tolh.w-the 2d AIinuumf"drator".Ntice.
hours (
XEW ORLEA Januar; :3 unnatural author her being had taken 1'1t..t-sriun : l I'> l';. .thm legal pt rsons md bfe l to tl.' rstaft of J< 'm cawn- :
: $ fell her the efcath 01 l : : alter a painful and lumt rin ilHes of ) {','rtv ("-"it : ALL
of seine prrpcrtyhich to on i ILCT.IVIL: : }: : ) I DIRF.CT: ROM I' 'r*, dtx-eascd. late aif! Leon CMinty.are hrffb*
LiTER J'W.t TEX.IS. her mother I fifteen da\o. J. It. : ; l hy the name cl &.ni., about hen n< tilted tt> nake unnitxliale p-4\imnt i, the idersieiietl. -

!; M... arrival of the teamsbip Ner York In a ca=e. the either dav disposed cf f before tla I This man of G<.d had been for a number ot vtars PRIME .\ .if'C1 tin ; nr> n a property
t; '':.i:,ii-( late' last cvetiin. in >. luKir from C.IJ.1"I. J Lord Chief Baron it was decided that a pull,.r" or the kubje-ct of great Ix-dilv intirmity lie was IwrnHI _)o 000 .ach lit' ld tositi.1v aid writ of fa. faB state, will present (twin tim Mtlhleiit within tY .4

'**: i.. \v<. havrdate. from GaUt".ton to the 2'th.ta bidder up at an auction vitiated the *.al(., tho'tzh the Lenoir Countv, Nt.rth Carolina. Ik-cember I 14. ,I doz iKMtlesassortj \ : s > C: WEST, Sheriff time pu-sx-ru>e>d bv law or tin* notice will be |*Ie:.<\

; ira {oT'u. ('hriti to the 22d \\'e give all owner mzht employ a j person to buv in, and upon 17l.. Born aal'n Auinist 1">. I.:U-bapti/ed No- Ibs. saliih C'innami tt<- ,ikw.wt (havt rom for below tins ruling a plaintifl who had paid a deposit towards venberH.of the ame vear He wa.s huhly honored .' kt.sOLl\Fs.; : M \FNnFR<, Athn'rJenti.ir

TV ( urpus Chn!li Ga7etle of the 2"Jd inst. savsttf : the purchase of a bttr shop, recovered the and 1 resjN-cted in the: land of i a" nativitv prior 1. d..zl'l"\A JCLL Tax-Collernii'a Sale. 17. ]I-t'{ ,. 2" 2 nMV
.
an. happv to t" their absert friends that in action acnuist the auctioneer his t'lItt'rin the mlOl.t "hic" I..rurrt-d in I lv '
( cay amount an to I el!,nurv 1 It, I..j.! ;. ;::11rOI' the power ".h.t1111 me bv law I shall HOOKS .%e.rpol'N'.EXD's .
'">' ',I'tal health of the Uttii of tlistinclioti, and tilled tht-m ss.n'j
; camp \r' ItoJ. The Paris papers mention that. as it appears| certain he held Offices i I site. hiefain tht ..urt house .Ioer, 11I1 .. .
I
] TMi! iii hi'tor.ral !
retl tht n.mistrv ', arransed Bin
\ the tune h
aU the
.u- FAiro for credit 1 < eiit<
great encampments c Vari'ifleEt (>!a .
| that thequ..en e>f nzland: will come to IIaaua.listsailing ,'.. t.UlotJ, of Lecn
ier4.: \eu al in'ik.! in 2 v. Is. wt, a
trivinc
ache. "j arrangement cleaiilines. and gnod CCtI'1 \t'aT. 1 at the an I Hole! de Ville and the Galtried thoughts, and called into 'i vigorous extreme all Iheenergies 1'111-: I ItI; I MMiLty ill August nfil, suiRnmrs if t ( hrist. hv .\. I vman.ouatt 4
filter!ainme 1: '
*.. t t. ia 10\ Irab. comparison with that I Fetes will be opened with a splendid ball to be of his benevolent and cnlargtd spirit I His :\: 1.\1.' U I S. 1 I t propertv.; or M> mui'h (there aswil? i iii the I hi.r-e. l lr Lanlauar'.a 1 t'tiarts. II N .
-s < mduct-d by great will *a\'. ilKrtit '1 nit r'- liu it \ijM>ltoii. :"i \ s.,
.i ation coo( r" great credit not e-inly *..ip1 offered to her 1\Ia 1"Sf\. I removal to Florida III I'Jft. was ter, ( ihu on lt.'s llll..t..rthe sear 1st : .
I | :
: "', r,mmander and officers generally, but upon bodilv' indispohitK, being alflicttd withhemorrhat' > month, 5t 2\lJ.f" .Iul !\ I S 1*, 1 J, R J, N and Fl, adjoining 'I l.e (Chunhearer ('iuijafr'.a lat viurk.

'*., 'ii,trv whose cause It..y have come I.ef' to I In dun;me for tie- foundation. ot the railway of the lungs Alt luuinghi he was restored from this For passact t.nh 011'1.1.\|.| J. R n ; I to C ,l. R. \V. Williams, owner i."t tY1)iiittat'. bv harles' Ltvtr. .
'.I" (over the Cuckmere miser) in tin parish ol l.ri.d1-j disease, lie suffered much(from an astuathic alltction( rtbruarv I I. I 1-1 t... :.<; : The chahtn ol liurit-tu. trim the IttJu* til l lI .

.\ train ot thirtv} wagons left he-e on the "thM ton, a bras coin ol the Emperor: | Mavimiaritis' Yet IU long as he was abie to stand upon /loii'v : 4. s ,H, N E 4 of N I: 4, S 2t. N )' \zesIio. Thuouiiu Id tr the raua'ic, by IleotiehStiUiii 54

I M' ,*t,'at.d with military stores for the detarbI I cules vat found in a fine state (.f prrv'rv ation. 011' walls, 1 he ceased not to preach Jesuit 11 was not : otiC. !I. To.' R J, N and F', W A, S W 4, % \isioiiarv.bv svluli, .4
.
around the head of the l.rnpcror it read I 1. M-r*
the obverse
e 1 ',I 0 S. troops) at San \ntonin Our last advi- unusual for his auditory to lie creatlv distressed on r.onths alter d(.ito, I will .. N W 4. S |i9T .>.1. 3.1'and F.; S Otlv' a F iddKr.ant'the .uttwrsDaughte'm.hiy* J
I IMPC MAXIMIANVS I AV(;., and it hasoneof tht litwu'lfarr hIiis itt, The White P-.v. bv Mrs. S C Hall.
\ SIX
f.et.1t.II'.s. and hi. Zt'alur ( *
health SW
.** 'lie troops in good i account (Jf t his great vt-iichrr to the Hoi. Judge ( swN w .Iclf .1.S1I.T.RI
t bv' \cherman ill his
.azette also states : .\\e have just been fiTfr most rare rever.es, (enumeratitl of fcoiils On all occasions the burden of his ('oUIII anti appU' (lor letters (. : i of N Jl.. S 21T 2, R :. N and E, The Foster Brother, edited bv Leigh limit .
I work or Roman Coin,) uamelv PAX A\Gf.G I eif salvation lit d.lighted ('in I : north- Kmzhts tat tht Seat, 'three Nights m a Lifetime,
the letter from much the fifteen mile
"ith | a our conversation was plan administrator ol' the estate t.f James and IH'iii about 4
Irilof Peace standing, with the lettersS I LesN
I around tht ficnrcof unmerited The. Jesuits edited bv C F: .
Oe L". nsul J. p. l.s-j, esjK-cially to dwell( upon sovertiirnand deceased ". '. en the mail leadins to Burnev's
( Satr.l. P., in the held and ill MLXXI in the eaerguc.The I Gcxl's I tit said counts. b.. The White Slave.Saps of F <'rida, Book rf la v#
il lid .
er:...11 of this place in which lie savs, that : grace, and reganhd no eme as ('lIt to grace SILtS Miccosot kie Like purporting to -

-iniid! i, the only lilaci' Wt have herd of that magnificent bridge, buill by tht city (If Mart unltss the) abounded in the work of the Lord. His Febrnarv II, 1M'u'.. :i''t I ; Thfoihilus 1 I 'mall. Forms, American Almanac fir IMi., .\lbums.O0H

ro P "II"unf in favor of Pa redes.. Our place, I It'iUt.o''er the Necker has just bttn (ouse-cratetl to II social virtues wen extrcmelv rare. lie possesstdIhetiualificatioii E 4 and S 1J., S -!*'; N W .1. N E 4. Pont, 4.e '

\ *., Ii btrongly; '. in favor of supporting Ih."rnn"f' tie public service, bv a nov 1 1 ceremonv of inauguration combining the christian with thi Tax Collector's N and F : E &. S E 4. S 2.; W i of SCHOOL BOOKS.

They wish for and hope the re- which de-trves recording.! A: l'nlC'c..ion (Ifeighty t companion HO highly', that lie endeared himself to all ) :f, R :1, N and E., situated near Man- Mora's New Gee>sraj>Iiy Parley's N w Nalis.aICet'r.,1au

',.! wii:i tx. of ishort duration pac. this informa- ; wagons was driv('n across, laddi with provisions \, ho knew him saints and sinner*. To him is awarded BY virtue of the jx.wir vested in : to l elong to Ixvvi Conner anti \nthon's Il< iptr, Horace.Cic .r 4.r. J

:,-i eurv reliance ma fire-si o'ud and turf were afterwards, distributed great usefulness in the ministrv, yet his \\'ose 1 fir sale I..f"re the Court .' Insurance and Tru-t C"ompanv Bullion's nnjlisli and I,itin Gramn.ars, A
I
,.. \icantrade I1Je."T there are gratuitously amongst the poor strong forte was I OCioiIl'iou. converse He brought MadiMin Countv I lorida, on the 4, S ''; W J, S W !. s 1". N W 4, Latin Reader Latin Tutrrs,

I 1 continuelli\el.* a the settle- those with whom he was wont to associate, pious rir\t M"n I J I S and E ; S 17, T I R 1. N and E, FmersonV ni(beet ics, three !iart.

t.eti!&la.t Ja.l' miles on the Rio Grande, I Lady Noel Bvron, with her characteristic henevo- thoughts and reflection, to feel that he breathed the the following propertv or so much I i, S F: 4 ol said section; also E |, N Eclectic Readersthreepirts, Arpell Strits.Comstock's .

-c alar Ilr.m a" MonterCt. have visited this lenC't'. and kindly' feeling tnward.thl'I IH.ptn>r, hastaus-Iu'adl very atmosphere
during the week They little ed Itt pis to lie bought and one to given him hut were thoroughly convinced that he was 'a'iz : \., owne-rs not known &e. Just received and for sale by 4
past h"'e i
.tet>ijrt had reached Arista at that n"wl of the poor familie upon her estates with a VieW iliad to the world. His miuistrv was directed &cli"n 21. T II. R 11/'). S.i anl\ :: 4S'W> i, N W 4, S ID, S W 4. January 17, l> lr\ 2-. P A. hl.'YVAflI). .
Monterey
of enabling them to meet the loss occasioned by the and he iHloni lo John Hopkins Gen. -
'. at MataiiMiros, had war against chiefly} to the colored population possessed purl'trlin to adjoining tht lands lielonging to
11"eII. m.favor of decaf Pan-t-a force of 11-1' disease in the JIOI ito crop. a strong hold upon their conhdt nee and aflection N iv 4, s :n, N 4. s :<'!. s F. 4. s 2 .. a10mlt live rules southeast of Tal-! Tix Collector's Notice. IT

.:fdered b, the forner to march tin A country woman seeing in a music shop window Few men go down to (Ihe chaml ers c,1 death amid S 4, S 20, punwrtim to beloni to not know. \VKthis dav' levied nj on the followint lube I f

't r irpose ejuellme the revolt Bv an arnutrioniing Wanted a" wile," stepped into the nhup and said- so great lamentation and none ,possibly possessed of taxes blO .195. : W 4. of s s. in T 1. R 1. N and W, .1 tracts of land : The nrrth we t halt of the r.erlli

'I&!. from Mier, we learti that Gen. Aris Ye're wantin' axvife, aw tee, an' coy davyter 80 large a share ol ardent affection generous friendship vl of S E 4, and S W 4 and the ,. Jackson, purperting to belong to east quarter, and tl.c iiorth cast half ef iLe' north .

:" itlihit. whole force was still at Monterey. and ry'; wantin' a husband ; *ae mebby ye can r iiyelh fa.1 I and Inch regard But death hiasdnehiis work. 'iirpirtin.' to b luII,; to Thomas 1 II. ; ; : ,ei. west
of was elonMG mited" The shopkeeper taken aback by ho and by it a chasm has been created in our community &'44. ( N \\ i. :i'id\V ol N F. 4. ,fS", m iLinira' three, containing cop hn tdrrd ail sixty a< rcttof
Mejia's
: _tit tl. report treathery popping cf theouei.tion"was for sometime I that cannot lie filleel Not emlv dots a roved Tie H 4 of the S F. 4, and rE 4 ,I W, l tat) acres near Lake Jackson, land name or les aiul to U. sold Klore the t'<>iirt

,*- j\esion New of the 27th says : I rupt at a loss a for an answer but at lencth:: ex plaint that and disC"ollsolate"if.. and two sons.feel and mourn tIlt N \\i\\ purportlu to belong to ( ..long to F. Carlir. I House doer in the town of Quint'v ,on the Prst 1hie,. .iu

"*' I reported the arrived in the j it was not a partner for J life h. wanted but a |.urchascr their loss but a whole community feel it as one 'us-taxes NI. cents >, s W .5. S2 i ; F.: ;. S E 4, S 1'. all div in July| |> U5, lair the C ounty taxes tine Gad. tMCountv
by
'..* cr> ('iiicinnatti, (from passengers Corpus Chrish.) that for a piece of music truly irreparable hit last illness was full of intert liin;e ".lovviiship I I. S and F., and E, containing tin. 3<;-100 arres. for thevttrs Is 13. l*> lt and lvl*> ardr< .ts,

Ta determination I .st. The will of God was his will although lie dosired long to Samutl I Hadlev-taxes Eo' ni t and t .i-ig I""II( ft- irittn miles north( tht prot ertv uf Alalccm Gilchrist.JAMI .

.1**" : :nt had capre'e.cd the Rio Grande a of the te Sir W Burnt has invented a process for iniprepnated lo depart and be with (Itri..t. which is far b< tler THOM\S L \ -..', ;purport ing to belong to the es :s A. MiMIlLAN.Quincv .

f.fcro immedlately) to' in case wood with metal which islound 10 answer exceedingly I ( Notwithstanding he lingered amid severe pain sMiF and rf i-Jfieio I Hump'irtvs! Te. 0 lsl::>. -I Co Tj\CoIU l eg

ol f HcrreraO well the wood liecorninK a" hard and ap- fir a succession of days, on the shores of mortalitv, Kbnury II.I 1S4" :JIJ ; I \ ing.t town l.it ls- 'x-t No 22 ii in the: -

t Tr >rmn Christ i Gu.tte.I\: "It .now rent parentlj u durable as metal Muriate ol zinc is tht I tilt equilibrium of hit mind! was at no time disturbed 'Ihe ci'y 11 t Tallaliassi'e, anil part it .l

*** **ru:n that Gen J. P. Henderson I elected material l used and un (lit' sony verge eternilv,, vva- inlh..ex-I COURT or I t the n, rtb( tiMition t.1 the "ilY e.f 1 al- :,

J( WMT 01 Texas and hut little doubt remains that 'necommittet' of the Nati.wuncmperance S.lC'itv ('- ercise ejf his most matured menial 'ilJr. "O Xr.CTOR J\dniinistratorsaiid : lot No 34*', in (the south half of the :


"ftttyvnt wav ii, recoanK'tiding the imployment clf! luissiona- eel arc the dead that die in the Lord from lit nceforlh libel on or before the first Monday: i, ( .mr.uring to he lone to the Apa-

) Ties, atnt.nc [iersons rnploved on nilroads wh st. : ).t"alIaith tin Spirit that they may rest from and ever) }ear The undtrsipied ('omuipan'.** lying in the ceniity of

1.i. )e i" a joint clock comparj was formed I!' oJlice would IK to reclaim the intt1I1I'eraftawl to their labors, and their works do( follow the m." I..r tirui'of (hi.' Court ol Probate on North hv (Ihe lin:' of demarcation, j i

[ t('urpue| of .tabh"luU% a Londin, lail> jour- i I enlorct, at suitable timet, the advantages 01" abstinence A FRIEND an ever month at which terms all .- River South by thcctuntv

.&& Tuai j.mrnal wet named .The Timeii" On I trout intoxicating UvcrazesA -- dower or distribution( of estates East bv the, St. Marks River and I

"nt ap|"'aratice i wan a imal. din -looking ou damsel near Plymouth, who attempted -OC:>---Divine service will be resumed on Sunday determined. The accounts of E of ForUs Purc":.-."
;**: forced it in. y ip Guardians which be .\. A. l'hsllClt
b I" possessed declared she L\e. at the Irators aol may
{ I without to poison borsch was mst. the Rev THOMAS
success the 15th by
f0*", coon attracted public attention, and pradl to attempt self-destruction in consequence aboul four IJc acted en, and all issues made up Shift and rz-oj1il'i., Tax-Col'. C. VIIANCISCIJS W'IENICRr
l impelled Lake Bradford.
l Teaued in size, inf uencc. Thev,1 Enon Baptist Church near trial will !be disposed of. The is 10. 27 Cm
the
lower attains of
: of her ardent affection for two young \KES this met lit d inform the public tl.at lie
; U> kt ll'e time, di\ ided into twenty could be miles from Tallahassee attend at his office on Saturday of
rrenl it
neither whom ,
t.1 J his Cabinet Warehouse
neighborhood appears has removed to the
.
: .. '
of which sixteen belong to Mr. John her love .. .- -- .1 week for the transaction ol such \ (.) BY J. u. FORTUNE,
.
induced to reciprocate building formerly occupied by Starr & Co., next dooito j
Wi f F1' political opinions. of the journal are MASTOION COTTON SEE>, A*. done at Chan hers. Office hour,
commissioned Behnes the Orleans Sugar Peek's Tin Manufactory in the rear ol which he
'fmetmd of the of the Lord Morpeth has just Cuba and for sale by J. P. M Of which all interested j
b to majority \"e on part received direct from 2, Mackerel busmen A
No. the f
the CABINETKERUNDKRTAKFRand
to execute a butt 01 l Gay, post JUST intends to carry on e> a
and Mr. Walter twos eminent culjitor of Mcndagus'fine .
; thus a jKjhMeBse-s lobe t FORTUNE small quantity macit ice' fine Butttr: UPHOLSTERER
s 4 lo Eton College 1'lact'tllmljn j M \
the ""tire his voice alone controls for prcscntat ion SEED warranted lobe J \MCSE
i property TOBACCO gen-
and CUBA ( Ketchup, execute orders either
( ** the journal the busts of distinguished divines stateeinen, Juiigc of Probate for feels well prepared to Any in
0 lime Brandy Clurrus. tif the above branches ol his hu>me sHe .
It TU. i* of course excellent property pcx'u in that college. 2 KEGS OLIVES February 14, l- 4i.. :M Dried Apples is jrovuitd with the best materials for the

"tid thal.Mr. Walter gave hit daughter a her It iV aid that the Pope', in fulfillment of promises And will receive in a few weeks, direct from Cox & McPherson's Ceugh S rupo manufacture ef new articles of Cabinet }'urnilnre-, $

,iti QD. the profits of the first column. of made to the (1db-rent Powers, intend to create MX Richard Abbev. Yazoo !Miss, 2't bushels of MASTODON Administrutoi's ..i. 21 such as Secretaries. Bureaus, Tables, BetUteads,

af'af1i44 b >n the frl page of the journal-a cardinals woof whom will be rtnch, two Austrian COTTON SEED warranted to b- (the real SIX month alter date, I will Chairs, &-c., i-C, in the neatest and me t perfect

a .,, U3e. I never grants credit to any one, one Sicilian and one SpanishA article Call noon if you wish to be supplit"d.FelJnu.ry Judge of Probates for Leon Just ne el"ed. htyle. He will also repair any description of furni-
.
taie ne 11"t the phrase. a ready money wulatdy summoned to a cot- 12, 1t.J" 3UNotice. ers of dismission as administrator E. a fresh supply of new and

tiIartd J Eery notice of a death or a marriage u Weard;doctor Teasdale. anti found a boy pa- Joshua[ Sills, late of haul County ( Prints. Moiislam d'LamsCashmrres, tuieHe would return( his grateful thank*lo the citizens
i-e* e** announcement not l being at Harwood in SOLOMON Plaid liberal he has al-
""" 'Inl' a-c Put nut tongue" :' Alpaca. }F'ancv Gingham, of Tallahassee for the patronage
"ejri t od,! thanne\en shillinps and lit'nl in need or lusllen C'N. your" weeks after dale I shall apply to the lion. February ?. I l"lfi. *. nt furniture Calico Brown Linen,Ta. measly receivedand respectfully solicit a continuance
"i1lcncc.
t The lueof the* doclor. The lad stared like a gawvisun. FOUR of Leon County for an order to
r 'au. said the medical roan let Ute of Probate ITlnslodoii Cotton and Striped I.in* sand Kerseys, of their Cavort as he pleeUr himself lo give satisfaction -
Jfy ti1riercad p t of view is 312fO- Mv Jood boy." repeated the said the sell the real estate of Robert Humphries, late of said ,' ,' '" fine lined and bo'intl rus
"Tnl.orb JC 3/X)0. The annual profit lICe }Our toniue." T.lk EngliihdOCtoI.she cried, county. deceased Of which all interested will take Vore ale in small quantities by ) fine Mal ;Mill Quilts, \c., iV.r price and Duality of his weirk.Januarv .
'll her son EDWARD 1I : (
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to t*
turning L
aout ..C1.'Iof yhicl Mr. mother; and then I'.llkpf.The nouca K T. mRCII1- TT. Adui'r Newport 1-15. 2' 1'M1' 25
"l out thy TI (
l. i iI'e atiti, rrlion. JJVI-: "r rrfl..Je U Hoppen thy gobbl f. and push February 11. is I". 3" It see. Jiuuary ,
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Sew York Cily- SALES
Side Take Notice.AN WILLIAM H. WARD LEWIS & AMES, ,

ry 1UIDS. SIDES warranted e'luallo any in nurke-t, 1 extra price "il be paid for Hides! stretched 1 JAMES J. BIRGE Salcr-Jfodny); in Jllrch-
Indian fashion ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, DE.\LFn : A1thDflISi next.
/ landed from Scbr. Maria from New Orleans a :d I pegs, by EH3K0HAHE 'j ,

for lal\l\ E. W. DORSEY, May 10._I IS 15.__ __ _--J2_ __ M. L. BAKER.Circuit City of U ashliutcn I). C. Irug! Medicines. paints Oils, \S taken the above store between the CITY SIierifFs ale.

Nov. IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton U. !lhldh of Tluriela. announces that he will attend Toilet Articles Pfrfnraery, if., Window Glass: !, 1i. HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE:, where ho BY virtue of a writ of lien facias i suedfro,
RESPECTFULLY
- Tax-(! l lo.iotic... i CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY. ( ( of Clam!before the several .PAINTERS' BRUSIII.S AND COLORS, will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCH Clerk's office of the Cirenit Court forti!

; ; N eight i nine, Executive Departments ( Go"ernnlnt. and ENGLISH CLOTHS CASSIMERS[ VST.I : county of Leonl\lIddl( Circuit of norida.'h
HAVE this (I.V ( upon lots < To SPRING TERM 1S1G.Chiistian Apolhrcnric (.lassVarct Ac. AND
I and ten and Me Neil's ', containingfcixteen claims alain..t the lnit(1 States( for Lands: )1.1Y. (; i.c He would! respectfully solicit a continuance Abram Dupont plaintiff, and Frederick llocisje.
dt'en. survey Bless ) claims before C l HE i above constantly on hand, and for sale at thelowest ft'rt.ant.1 have levied and will ,
hundred act(*of linslying between to the settlement Iulic Accounts, to r of the patronag. of his Florida friends believing upon txpry*f ,
I.iutl Rivcrprnt Hocky Comfort nwre and to b. nld es > Petition to foreclose amortgage. Comll."iun'r"lHI.r, Indian or other Treaties, market prices. In- will cnabkd! to give them the most entire before the Court House door, in the- cit, of T il !

before the Court lion-Lor, in the town of(Juincy, William. R. Perry.'. ) t( Pre-emption and other Land Claims. and to the satisfaction.( 1,3S-iC, on
rI'1HE; : defendant and all ns interested he.h in the Army .i.co, in a great variety ol f articles for family March
to Pensions tnrl the 2tl
the first in July l llti, for the jH-rs art procuring ol L.ut Patents., 1 Monday, day of next
C'" Monday: County bundrcl ;. by notified i: that the petition' in the above case and X.n. or business connected therewith, to the ne, Pickles, Olives, ((per!, lc.lli. Vrlirtlo, Aprilji,JM5.__3J ____ ,_.
f the
I4\e dm- t aI.ItnC''Inh' < r eighteen > hoursthc described
I.ami fortt-fivelSI5Jand) cosM.by year the claimant: was this d.iy fileil in'the Hire of tin.lt.rk of the obtaining of Patents fr scientific or useful Inventions Currant Jelly, Olive Citron .. ", New, Kxtciiiive and Spl iidid within legal following ptoptrtr
Circuit < fur JefTerson ) Circuit Rose and Peach Waters Sperm Candles, &c.AV to-wit : ,
"ourt
Cnunt., t and! lu all other business of public natuie requiring I ASSUTMK OKTil
piirrhAfti the of the Apdachic.'li -
of .
ForWV ", property The 1t:'hot.e."tate of the said Frederick Hoc
I'l"rid., .n.1 arc hereby required to file their (-e-bjec- an I ORTMENT OF ra
Land ( \1(1 Ui O'flJ1] 1.YiJj J@ 2zV. land in the
Couipanv. the following lot of city
"fTil-
described
(lions, if any they ; Said tnortgare Claims against attended, to,
han'cc'rdl1 promptly ;
t.lw
A. MCMILLAN, iu.li\idu.t A11DIfl SI Bulj cribetw receiving assortment -
\r the : are now a line Iaha scc. together with the improvements thtrect
; i is following property, : a certain titles investigated, I mIa,
'Q.ti'U,e. 2-1. Co Tax CollectorSURGEON .I of CLOTHS ..' S SIM KRS', Si. VEST- Lot No. 11;.. situated the corner of
:--..-- --- tract "T parct-l of lying and in the County Information given free of charge. All letters to Crowill of Hi to-wit : on J.(
1.11 {int INGS which they are prepared to manufacture in ferson and Adams streets, in the original plan[ "fthe
of Jeflersoii. and Monticelloon
the of
lu" bo November, IS 15. 19ITOOfH
iI adjoining post-raid.
.To
SJ.lS _.' ___ the most fashionable manner Also,a large stipplyolREiDY citY of Tallahassee.
the Slilh. and fronting i the ro.id leading Pal RE1aF.sCs :

DENTIST mer's :.lill. riea-'ii jug eighty two (".!) feot front lloti. A. S. WHITE, U. S. &eiiatc.a' MADE\ (fLOTHlXC, Levied upon as the property of caul eiefendantag

at J L. DEMILLY'S, Inlla two hiKxlred! ('!UI I) feet Smtli from aid r.ad. and! E. .\. II V.XMTiKN, (made up b) ourselves,) in the latest style,consisting tube sold tosati-fvsaid writ of flora facia.
\s t ken Ta'1I" ACHE I I.Dn A. A. FISHER, Sheriff.
r adjoining CI.ri'ial I PJes-j on the We-st and known ns ALEX. Hncow, a..a in of

lvngigixl.! IH f.,nn'l. there at all tit(' unless professioiial- Ih lot ,>ii which S.!rnnel C. Crf lived in the Jear .\: F'S : .I r..c. Frock, Dress and part Hu.Int"" C'oaU : JalllaryJI.191r 23 ByJ. W. SHERWOODD.S.KaJf .

111. Dated 27tb (\III'r.l"! .. D. U. .\ ----
November !l's. 'FJ:r.. 1" :m )1CXTS !.'SPKNCKR.: : .\ TC11"O.\', *\ LACOUNTS VF(;ETAHLK: TOOTH-ACHE! I Black and Colored Cloth Frock and Dress Coats. first Monday March next.SlierifPs .
:
\ r \ L }HAML3M] Solicitois for Petitioner. .. (. J. HARPIV, of Illinois. a Chin and immediate curt" in all Cloaksariti Overcoat Tweed, Saxa Gotha Sale.
l.wemher '" 1Q11 .11 -1 ltn however giving relict in a \" fewinitumutts and Heaver Bus.; Coats X Surtouts.
I A. DOILM I rase* ; -ry
!e'r.
AND ('OMMLS1N ) : S TTiY virtue of a writ If fieri facins, issued from lie
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r.\CTOI .New-Orleans, I.a.IRCI.XT Notice. Vir.1As (:tlEt't, of Kentucky. and that too without any injury to theTt'elhi IMaln and Fancy Vcst W CU rk's office of the Circuit Court for the cona.ty .

months after date, I shall apply to the n.tral. 4' JOHN PKTTiTof Inihiana.a. nr (:um". It possesses the piopcrty of enlivening Black and figured Satin Silk, Cashmere, Valencia, of Leon Middle Circuit of Iloridj, whe>rem I Istx
1 the Gums when in morbid and of restoring -
SIX a ,
C. SAMPI.K, "talt. .
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RJ.Rrc..: Juilge (If Prolulr for Jellorson County for S and! vigorous action and Silk ( d W. Mitchell is .plainti ffand William I' DuvaTtta? !!
( 15. a healthy
(' V WU.UI.M ttLt. County, (.f ,11mi".i"ndminl.lut"r ol SUTI. PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. are defendants, I have levied upon anti will espca
I J.frotn I. tpr Jol < with full directions.For .
J. A. WRI :>- Price rents per phial
;IIT for sale before the Court House door in the '
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cTallahassee
J KiRK'tv. I J ., Walker, late of aid countv, .101
iMC\ }I. T.lah.;!, .I'ra",1 J. B. BownN.of Missjuri.[, sale in Tallahassee! by LF.WIAMK:", solernte ALSO .\ VERY LARCK .\. "unT"I:>T OK
DIMFL Lkt'Ll. Ej.| Newport.DeremHer WALKER.December .. onMonday
J: : .1. :M llruiirs \ ; SAMLF.I. Pu.LIaios. Monticello; J. L.
3" Cotton X. Linen Shirt, Cotti.n, Nett Merino,
i., ) 27th, I"n. the 2d: March
ha."I :- found in day of neat,
---- --- HENRY DONa'Iicon"in. SM sILwoonZuIne: \ ant m iy bo on enquiry) a' Collars, J.Ijimbs-wotil Canton

X i:us it :c, III the Circuit Court of the Middle Circuit April 12, I" !'. ::1 almost all the towns and illatre.in the* Stjfe. Stocks and made Flannel and w ithin! It.g..llourl, the follow in;described property,

.01 of Florida.IN ---- -- Junt t II. IS45. l I" I m It
Jean Undershirts and
Cravats, O.\\ :
_ A T T 0 N K Y A T L.W I Ia r""XCiR Y. 'Prosa all thll !ate!livid fast that which I!?ood.' -- - Gloves, Drawers Two lots of land,being Nos. 9 anIIO. in theei.fcfjof .

(lulncy, Florida. HAMILTON COUNTY. Iland'chiefs silk, "amlIalf I I I Hose, land granted to I. G. Searcy and Robert I>. liana
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WILL attend the Justice.; Court of Middle. of (Florida. ,l"dtn, John F. Smith i 1 l 1 1Dlt brie, &c.Suprnders. lI..t'4..nll'ap., by the United States adjoining city of TalUh
Circuit Court
v, the r'. > Bill fur Divorce. I BootsandShoes 4.C.Cury Me on the .rlIth"f'.t.. crr.tningeach: nine acres ar4
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and the C.mrt- tl.!adjacent C.Uhte,of Georgia.Novttu'.ur Sarah. Smith ) _1 HULL'S COUC.H LOZENGES are now ra ninp-hundredths together with all I theimprnv.. jren*
!. L3i.j 1> tf the requisite to a Grntleman's: Wardrobe of fine dv and aU! nter
: iia.pCarifl; to utisf.Ction of the Judge by ) tiupercetling every other preparation; in therecn consisting a tiling

_ _ (SJSiiitiiiel-- -ci'j'> --- L the affidavit < f the complainant's Solicitor that. tlxrehef'ol!coughs '-olds, nat tuna. vs liixipin; cough, cin be found at their establishment on the most reasonable houses and conveniencesf..r the accoinmod ition c,

y>. ..v/o"C', defendant is a n ,'oll.lalls: terms. Our stock will In replenished h by thearrn'al family formerly ccupied by William P. Duvkii

J --" residing in the State. of Georgia: It M ordered. THESE IIJS. enviable .l to .,almost every vessel from New York during residence.levied. .
bii-licil an e leading consumption aUI
---I That th aid defendant do and aid l :\ I-T i.hrl' the nt.\\ goods purchad by Mr.STILLMAN. the of said defendant
COMMISSION MERCHANT :s appear answer and .,re d.ni s71ersadiiL'; all other preparations 0' 5CJ- Price 'i'l rents per I o\, i\itli ful directions. season by ufx n as property
No.I. I'ront Ix-vo, hil"! fur months!, or the same !Il l he Taken medii-ine. in inn th diseases which :hey arerl..III..I".1 For sale in Tallahas.by( LKttlS AMEs'.sole who will remain North during the and to be sold to satisfy said writ of fiN; facu-

NEv.o11I.F..N.. I.a confessed; FrurMttf, That due publication be 1'1 Tfii-v ,an-n. oommendetl fl I by thertfult'f } Aent, in (O.uim 2> ("> J. L. \LLWOOI 0 ) ; in wintir for that purpo-e. \.c flitter ourselves bv A. A. FISHER, Sheriff.

\TILL :1h'IJ tn m'C. SELLINX RECE1V- made .f this order in Nome ncwspitcr: | printetl in this a-, I.-t iatliartKand. ; aperient medicine; inHM" :1.nlrdlo. t b> SAMI'i'.L PEI: LUSTOX. .nt md.> s'lrh an arrangement, and toof lung EXCLUSIVELY January 31, ISL. !i"Salefirsl __ )

\V iNt: .i i'I FORWARI)1NJ, with pruinptnessnn Circuit once a week for four months succes ive'lv.. I Inline, the general voice of the con.iiiuiiitygi generally in thr stores thro'i liout State. FOR CASH, we shall enabled to sell cheaper
Dated 21th Oct. brr. IM" than other establishment in the 'itv. All Monday in March next,
: any
.i \e (them tfr'i fed l preference, and from their de HULLS '
d.'atr lit .
iu'want of clothing -cffiilly lies itt a rill's Sale.
\S lie
Judge. per-ions are res: S
1 U 1 1101IO.GI.
0. t is ;ii
: 1b'r 1' r I M. U' uu::, C.mplainalt' ciitl .alPcal| to rail and examine and nidge for themselves. virtue of a writ of furl facets issued froa
-- S.li'it.r
---- --- M.
--- ---- The following [ I
r. .aac merchant
TIlma' BY
.\ true Ir"1 l"L \UK & STILLMAN of the late C.urH',
NEW BOOKS & c.ri copy lil minu'(! ,at TallaJtiiSprinus, Alabama: [ Jt. 1 1Ilue the Clerk's ofKco Superior
J. S. .' { Clelk.XO'emht'r.I.li. )1"nr.1 street, next door to Starr A. Klagg.NoViu.Ur the county of Leon Jliddle District of 1 fllJrll
>
Co.
IAHOX. TALL.APKI.A SPRIX I;", Talladeca ,
.IHI su!>s.-rilx-r lia- jut | l>ng.Mrta.L :; 1-15. 15 If and Gibr.e
r'\.IH..I..r 1 | i 17 1 I. wherein Silas F. Kurney is plaintiff :
-m ", .August Ii. !.!.. J
infallible It
UKtra .juo Sanijis a. .! assort- -- \1,1.1" ;proved in m.rt than I "MM rasi --- -- Houck is defendant have levied nprn and will ci.
inei.t of the lull-twin IttkSUIIUIL :l.-s: This i is tocertiiy tld I hate. been afllicti-d with '" that 1OO.OOO i-luldren die annuallynon door,
\ NEW GOODS. M'CANTS & SrECER for sale. before the Court House U It.
BOOK JieI hea
Of \ variety uid hiT.-. lurni-'rly 01 generally UJ" F. 1..OY has .ju iireceived pt-r Caskitand (o.lin'nl"Ir the 1..1' ijjht, or nine years, during I ton particular t. Ita.rrl i- -ivinj;>tOI'I, anil! administer ATTORNEYS AT LAW. city of Tallahassee-

isod in *'.'I".I., t", I.tI'r! I' Ill) many new works onlLANK ( New "".r1. which I, tune I had. I t.1'I. ;< well a,1 1 rl'olt. about a sale and etfi-i tuul wi 0.rmtfestr'n ing me.icme! ., before "1"! 7"ILL in the Courts of the Middle DU- Monday, the 2d day of March next,

Ge uiln. Gr.tur.rtlllt i( &c., kc Il*. Pie"v< Tucker Ci.'pt.T & C v. Bagging, I sixty l*>\es of 1.d\ith'.Pils.: ,h\he .,, of Peter's I the little ,ut5r'rar.- hurr..t. to i prematureurave. f\ hid practice and the Court of Appeals and in th. within legal hours the following described proper,

; HOOKS ?: S.'a I Island Pills, and a l'll.r! \ of CIIIiiol'" Nothing. will !iH' lIre f-ffectu.il than t". ,,t
lower Counties of Georgia. Otfice at Monticello :
Of every size and ,' il'ln.annl-of good 5 Rales-Gunny; Cloth, and liraudreth's, 111", all ot'which Je these LozcMiF.:*. which are a< pleasant to the taste Fla. St'pt.21.1"1I. JJ. One sorrel horse,three Cows and Calves,foumc.,

lid..nJ at bt1l1. law prices thot IMMIC need rnirtha'st 100 Coils Rope little wr n') rdi..f :t lat, I was recommended to I as CANDY : children will cry for them and eat them 1 Hogs[ and one hundred bushels Corn more or Its

tie\\here. I:Ca
PAPER.Foolscap Kere s, for I never had bl' fit al.k ,o the :sick headache A fre-h wupplv jut received and for ale in this AT LAW to be sold to slli"fai..) writ of fieri (ac'as.

and letter. l'llt'u. from $JVi t,i 7 .V> I B.Il Negro ilau1d., alit r I rommeiiced taking I the Pils. (now about six j I city by U'IH: Sole Agents.AUo A. A. FISHER Sheril

j.cr ream. .\ new arlice -ry thin letter paper :Barrels I 11.lr, months) and I candidly, confess, tll.t I have derived for ,..,It. in Quincy' by J. I. SMALLWOOD, and QCINCY FLORID January .11 IS 102S By K. SAC.IPE, D.idle .!
to suit the new postage of French and Ameri- 5', Kegs Nails, more real benefit from the u.' ot SI'It'. Pills, I by SAMUEL: pt'II.ESTOIonticcllo. "ilL1'1\ractiC'e in the several Courts of the Mid

ci't tz'uuf.tur. Ciii; Wrapping, (Slutting EuvelOpc SiriiliaIe! Hows, Anvils&e.O.:nabnrss.Sieftings! than from all the other Mrdiciuts thu I "June 11. 1l"l'> Om \ V tIle and Apalachicola Districts i and in the adjoining first Monday in March neat.Sheriff's .

tissue, Copying, Note ;1lrl l IJiilct Shirtings.! l.inea, J.\a. Rio Laguira I'oHtV, have ever taken, and! I wouM earnestly recommend --- --- ----- Counties of Georgia.hibruuary Sal.
t'\lcr" Ont
sf.Vr1oNElY.ill.1le1ia1tJ. SjMTn; Candles.Vinter, Strained Oil, Xe.OctoiHr them T.) ALL, us IM-JIIL: in my opinion tinmedi! ( I Silt Sl( : I. I I" ,15. 2> rowlyAITTIO.NEER
ri facias issued
Lml of two writs cl fit fr.i
WI iht's. \\ ..tlicrteel J, 1-4-V cine in u-x lor all lingering, complaints.. 11. SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, - BYirtue
1.-l.u.. Pil. '1 00 1- vri office of tie late Superior Cenrt:
,, ( .. (khl Pens, withcae>t ar- 1a,101(' me "" much m,l, that I ", Iol 1 1J11 Turks Island do. ill" \,to .L.Sl C 1. fg Ja3: 3r

iiiVuractuteil: c1"l. of all kimis, IUackRfd. c i <;, .A ic %i : l i.e without t them, fur the dolar a bo\ ; For sale by W. F. LLOYD. AND% mUSISSIOXMERfHlM.CORNER ( ( \ the County Abram(If Leon, Middle and GrUwoId District of kCnI Flora,

Klnt an.l Copy lag I ."I. 151 ck. Fancy and No- 000 l'IIINCI I'I.: CIG.R[ "of the follow-" and I cann Inl r6 ing choice brandsJiisto having such a valuable MONROE AND CLINTON STREETS: ,] I !iintilN, and James R. Nicks is defendant, I Inlevied
tiriil Waters, Uoxi-s, Ink 1cinf..O"d ---- --- ---
S.n.1
".alil'0' Siald Jf'P.1
: Suit, and Del the lilt 1 ribul is conferring favor Administrator's Notice. T.\I.I.\I'\-i-il-I- 11.\. upon,and will expo f'r sale.before the Cost
l'"uhtt IV,Xi-s. \\ ler (.1; -, Sh t t.'ups. Pen Racks ('It.mtia. Vapor ( a very great
]1'l, ll.M-tfc, Rulers: Re'l 'r.!'{ Indii Ilblr.! JackS = 5,<*":I la\,11 I JI'galia. on the public, a> it is a I II.inIf the utmost importance QIX months after date the undersigned Administrator IVE1V I1OOECS.llfEBSTER'S House door in the city of Tallshas'eeon

.l.I'\.I\i.'u. C ird Hacks, Bill Files, 1..ICiI1. %,feaT' Primavera, that every f.unil.shnuld, have a supply of Dr.Spencer's i_) of all and singular the lands and tenements M) iduy, th* 2d day of March nez!.
Encvclopedia
J.lt 'r Stamps &s. J,'.n IJ Imperials, titus valuable. Pil.constantly nn hand. goi ls and chattels, rights} and credits! which \. 'I DOMESTIC ECONOMY" ; an within legal hours,the following described prop m,
"'1 subjects are
1'*,i >;j \ M. THOMAS.f3 tml'ra-II. ti -wit
MISCELLANEOUS ISOOK Tulilaua. : were of David Willis, dccea-fd!, will present hi< accounts > :
A ret \'ari.tY "1 (\n.I!., Novel Stn.l. H i.u''tiu' Tr.111"H. ::: "rir\ ?'."> cents per Icwith! full directions. and vouchers to the l1..n Judge of Probate roost immediately connected with houM.keting.( asEdifices Two hundred and fifty bushels Corn, more ork

srd Work,with-most splendid: os,) ant o Bibles, Jut r'cie: for sale bv' For sale in TalahI..f: by LKWI & AME", soleAgent ; l I..r Leon County, for a final settlement of hi. accounts Furniture, 5itrvantFood, Fermented Li- and twenty bales Cotton.

Pravcr Ann
.1I. lTTLtR\'. 1, 1 hi 5. 15 SI\LLWOP, ( inncy an'! mtv; be found on enquiry .>j engravings. to be sold to satUt'v said w rits cf fieri facias.

Rodger*, Cr'fke" \ '* Knives; Pen, in almost all the towns and villages in the State. September 13, 1-15. s limItahuhicola ; i A. A. FISHER Sheriff
and Ladies Miuia- Cash Advances.J. June Ii-. I t"li.! -17 fun --------- TIlt."anlldin; Jew, complete in 2 'orpriee January .11, IS M. SS C> K. SAVNVIRSD. S.
t.lru'li.I. !
1.\k< 11lilI..k : :2i cti.Tht .
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1uin' H.Ltr" is"r ( It. FOUTUNCIS Elements of Morality, including Polity by Sale.first Monday in March UtI/
GOODS LL warned
FANCY .y.Tortoise persons are hereby not to>> tre-pa-s,
Win. Wbt-well M. D. _> soPs.The .
Shell. Pisirl and Silk Velvet Card Case, prepared to advance .n COTTON consigned to nor to make use of, or clrnmita.l( in any unlawful ; I .siicrlff's Sale.
Journal (,f the Texian: Expedition! against
from !1 5J to Sl'Jeji-h, Ladies: and Gentlemen Silk Messrs. FRANKLIN &HENDERSON, New Orleans manner: on the lands of the Apalachic; Mier bv (;, Tho J. Green. virtue cf three writs of fieri facia, issued f frihue
'n
Parse "Hair BnH"t'" '.Tooth Hruslies.' Nail. and! Comb ,- Land Company which have not (In-en r regularly Durbin'si Observations the East, 2 vol's. I BY Clerk's olEce of the late Superior Ccnrt t(:

P-ruslies C...Id Silver d-j., Gold; Thimbles! OetoVr( 25. 1M5 of ,, "
IVneiU. 14- posed by u or our competent agent or agents Narrative Mission to Bokhara, bv the Rev.Joteph the county of Leon Middle District of Ho-
Silver S ipnk.r Buckles'.1 he l be'.t'juality of Ner-dles, --- -- -- heretofore, as the |eiialty of the law will be strictly Wolf, D. D.L. I. D. "hf'reiKirl t't M. Moore[ Angus Jolnson and Wi

Ivory an-1 !JlulFalo'lIor. I ;! Drc"ill' Combs, In\'lol| 11. '"('P:_. J-r'- I I I enforced against all offenders. Choice arc plaintitls, and Ephraim Dassa.in' a

M_.. 1lcrdlnnt. f1l'rwle.
tains Purc'isiion Cap-, Enilish aid Fr .Powder, I il I H I. '\ (' ] \; A t tir.d to tin; |11,1;. for the cure (>f (':; iald |101 lor the undisposed of portions or tracts Daughter,by Mary low itt. chants, I have levied upon.and will expose f.r satek
.ri STORE I of said lands lying and being in the counties "
frculit.d of Wa- Fiddler,
llas.. Game n. ". Gun: Tickets, Labels Therrnoracter [ ..r. tarr.Flag, wl'frt his best Fevers \\,( \, .( have been u. kulla Leon Gadsden
i and
Franklin. and known ashue" The Merchants 1)au4.ter. The I-'ri.ht The Ex-
,, Playin: Visiting, Priiiting and Dr. may t I..- commanded in the above line. invariably the most decided! and unequivocalsatisfaction. I -
Busby's .11''n ( Forbes Puirhae"tonmirdilv auth' ri7cd agent, pedant.ho' Miss Ellen Pickering; Amauryby: Alex. On Monday the 2d day of March next,
Car U, Ciia !iu'i'i: Razor Strol- I Hones Guitar and March -.', l"I"i. 35ON Tht testimony exists: onln' side :
Violin> Sirinjs; New Music for, Piano aid Guitar, &e. ----- -' throughout this vail ('ouulrv-rom the Lo ; CABIN Mr. JAMKS E. LETT-Nrn in the vicinitv of Quincv.JOSEUfDELAFlELD Dumas: Ag.ithonu. by Mr*. Gore ; Three Nights in 1 within I.-gall.our3. the following described proper|

ron SALE. of the wilds the :liktune, Gr..of.H1amt'TheOnh Daughter to-wit :
with of other ..HxJs \f'r 10 CITY of t lie I
a great : 1.U.'CF
teariety g t.o numerous GOOD TERMS, A VALUABLE TRACT LEWIS CURTIS, Mansfield Park The and Butler Correspondence One
mention. OF milhinnaire-Iliare are thousands of to the ; Hoyt I hundred bushels Corn,more or less, five Cia|
ttOOK BINDING PINE LAND of yrtO aCt', 35o' cleared, commanding unrivalled eificacy of this invaluable: medicine.(! Trustees of the .Ipalachitvta Land Co. .'., &'. and Calves, one Colt, and twenty Hogs. ;

& In all its branches Blanks R iled and Bound order a healthy situation in tile 1licr.o"lil settlement Centrally cures the ChilU ant Fever the fir.t day I, January 10, h I'i. Just received bv- Biig Ann Eliza.anti f.r jlebv" Levied iijxin a* the property if Mid iV'er: >diil|

of anv .. or'st tlI'repIIreJcld Iio.ksre-boud! ( 10; miles from h.l'( I I. a !'Nld l and does not sicken tlt!IOI3Ct or produce any disagreeable S'oiicc. P. A. 11.\I Y\\\ElY.Tallahiacce. and to be sold to satUit" said! writs of lien facia
lL
& s'ipply of Provisions. Stock. Applv sensation in sy-Ilm. Obstinate easesof l, duly' autln.rized agrntof the Dec. IS, 1-15. 21-tf A. A. FISHER. Sheriff
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c H. 15. WARE, CHILLS and : when other TillutllJ..r..knhl. January 31, 116." K. SAT. D. S.
2Ey DERS
preparations
ALSO for sile Frets
a t1O.I
FJ\n.
Cowing price Lan!
Apalachicola Company, (OWH33THA13Annuals]: j ['U
September lI.V 'J On the a
I' .\. HAYWARD. -- -2' "premises.SIX have faib d, ha\'t yielded at once I. a f-w doses olHull's f is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts

o\'rhr 15, 1MV I J7E.A97 N o t I(5'. : Pills without any' disposition of a r..tlr.The f{ of land within the Forbes Purchase, as have not been for 1SIG. Sale firsl Monday in March neiL

after ( I accounts require 1t pulling-it is unworthy of them. regularly disposed by said Land (oflulatuv. Personal Sheriff's, Sale.
1'\Url. ll. ,halpf..nt my I HE Leaflets of Memory, Nature's Gems
The Medical
ETQCTOJS.] Faculty are now prescribing them with I' interviews l.e bad with the sub-criber T \"irtueof ( from9\\
.mt ollht'rs apply II.Hon. Judge "fI're- I may at blue Opal Friendships Offering BY a writ of lien facias issued
"1 oate for JelU-rson' County for letters of dlimi."nas ; lne1amll- '' not only in CII.c and J-'ertr, or in the wighborh'xxl 1 of Quincy or letters mav l II Rose of Sharon j"IIf"irnnllal.! Clerk's utfiee of the late Superior Court fort 0!

t \'TU.t\1 )1 JWC:lt.I'XBnllGlS"illratice part- Ilxecutorof th.c"late'lf David. Hart, late of said consider them the most types, grades ald harmless character, and the directed to him through the Post Offices, at that The May Flower Forgt Me Not La.iMILum.! county of Leon Middle District of Florida"httl I

tier-hip. TIvuI thU c'UltIS the Middle Count' ', ct'.aS.t.J.U most ; s.lft ant that yet place and Tallahassee.JAMES. Moss Rose, Cllri..tian'nnn i The .Amulet Isaac Mitchell is plaintiff!, and Francis Hilv

Di.trir f'I.ai Jack. ion and Frariklin conn :" I I.\RT. Executor. be administered('rl'1, anll.rolpt in Febrifuge can possibly K.: ::':. ,1c.rnt The Jewel The Hyacinth, and Eveline B. Holden, Administrators of KulxrtM:
remediate
tie!i, in \p.bdlol; District. The cminty (.f f Otbr I. il5.| Om Fevers this 11.t management dim of of the Tn,..',,.of the .1p pe-culiar lions for '
Thomas tl country. } January lO, I"II.. 23 ly and will for sale before the l CoI
of upon ,
(: Tht Appeals Florida, 1.\n' XOTIC'C. Use accompanyach lw>\. Price Dollar. Wiakipeare's! Gems, Fairy Land expose
and the District anj Circuit Ca.uts of the House door, in the cit% of Tallahassee MonAl f
United For s.11 in Tallahassee, by LEWIS & AMES stilegents THE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS English and American Praver Books Bibles! and on
,
States at Tallahaanee.AVM. \ in Miscellanies, in splendid bint.II: Sec., &C' I the second day cf March next, within legal hoe1]
Quiuiev ,J.L.SMALLWOOD i )
; W \ 1] r : ; ; ii And
.. fontiCtlo. eristic's Klngiiclic Fluid. the
R F"'DE CE: -- : SAMUEL Prr.LF.Moand IK found Toy Books for ct.aldrl'n.I II. Toys of almost following described property, to-wit :

1 1. BROCKENBROUe- .Ta1la1iasee.: ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, generally at all the stores throughout may the State.enquiry Tills remarkable discovery has received the ini- every description suitable for present for children I Lots No. 353, 251, 235, 25 hins ard being?

AUGUSTUS I I':. 'LXWELt. (lullr '. Florida. Jnp_. ii.. 1.1 ,to approbation of the Medical Profession of (lot Christmas and New Year. For sale bvDec. the North addition to the city of Tailaliaa.ce.L'-
: : U : r.n Creat; Britain and has now been : long before ) Ctther with the improvements thereon.Lev .
April UMJ5.' 'ILL attend the s-veral Court <.f Middle!! Florida sufficiently lf.I--I. 21 I A. HAYWARD.On .
\\ HOW the :\mt'ri( an public to give a fair lest of its ied upon as the property of said defendantsf
TO
Soticr. and of Decatur Countv. Georgia.January GET HEALTH.rpHOUSANDSof
3. I power auiulcifleaty. The Patent Galvanic Rings have Consignment. to be sold to Sdti-lv said writ of fieri fucia

: SIX months after d.te, the undcrsigticd will pre- I 1".II. 4- pcrs..n' continue to cure themJL (been found to answer all the purposes for which the | CASK Sugar cured Hams, Sugar, Tea, Rice, A. A. FISHER, SheriC

I. ,:t hi, a-cixjr.ts and vouchers to the Judge of E. II\U\AnD, Jr., selves of Cold*. Coughs., leada.hes. RheumaticAllections ordinary Galvanic Battery c-r Electric and Magnetic 1 L Candles Soap, )Mackarei Loaf Sugar. Flour, January 21. I l'lG. 27 By A. J. Ft.ntatD.S

Probate \\a1ulL Cou'ity, Adminis'rator on 'the "INFORMS his friends.and Small I'ox, 1I'a.I( ", ,, (, Influenza Machines are u<#>d, but are without any of the injurious Cheese, Crackers, Vinegar. Mustard,
of ) and for letters tilt publi and the ot I of the Pepper NEV BOOKS, Ac.TUST .
estate r """, aiuIul ly ofdiiiiiisMun J. hut .{ l.dlcahun. Ixnly thoeks which the applications
S (hat he has tLl'l the store on t the roro I" accompany bv Spice.Ginger,Nutmeg, Dried.\ppleimt.I\'achl'i.:
from the of the blood Ix-ing out "' order received Eri<* Narrative oftiJ >
said simply ,
.hl( nor of Monroe and! Two Hundred I\K by perseverinh these instruments, and in many other respects are Maccaroni Butter and Onions, for sale by per Sampson
\ : JOHN I'. using JJranilrfth' l"rsttable L'tiiceriatW and Expedition to the. Rocky Mountains and to Off
certain in
safe
lCXGERFORH. street, neatly 1 oppv"itc| the Court HOUM. more accomplishing the desired! l'C't'mloer 1-1, IS-I:. R. II. BERRY.
In right of In wife long of derangement in 21. and North California in i
: lun'rltrd. when mav be (found a central so a* any symptoms any organ object. gun ls-13 and I, by Capt
December irt: l;,.i:,. 2'J ;m geuiuirieIRIG AND MEDICINES.: a.rtmt'ntof remain. UI'I. by adopting( this course, which The Galvanic Rings !have been used with perfectsuccess Family Flour. C. Fremont,price 374 cU.

--- ---- Every attention eslIcrieuice. has t.>rnvi'l ow'orlin.f -- -- --- -- cases Rheumatism,acute chronic
or
to of
and Planters BARRELS FAMILY
lr. J XO C; GAMBLE Jr. paid urtt'f Physicians irere1vaesitirn her have in 'few days FLOUR received by Esq., Illustrated edition of the Proere*.
o All good Duality, low fur eath. many a In-en applying to the head, face or limbs, Gout: Tic Dolo- *J\J Schoomr Maria, from New Orleans Pilgrim's
rn consignment
1 OFFERS: his Professional sen i ices to the citizen* articwaranlf ha a sUPIly of SHERMAN' restored to health,who, but fee hrandrelh'II'I'ls.( had reus. Toothache, Bronchitis Vertigo, Nervous or and for sale by E. W. DORSEY Tapper's Pro\crbial Philosophy,a book of thouji3

; _!and its vicinity.Nov. WORM COUGH, CAMPHOR! and CATHARTIC been sick for months. The '.ue ( ( Sick Headache Indigestion, Paralvsis Palsev, Epilepsy Nov. :2'!. I IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. and arguments oricinally treated",

t I'. l'lt.:; 17 tf LOZENGES valuable articles, and the most i is beyond price. Fits Cramp Palpitation u f the lI'art. AK| >- Illustrated edition ot Vicar cf Wakefield,
agreeable WHEN THE BODY IS SUBJECT TO MANY Dante' Poetical Works, translated II. T Or?.
JIauis.
form of administering, medicines.SHERMAN'S plex). Stillness of Joints Lumbago Spinal Complaints Family by

t ---h] o'llflEN: : ] POOR MAN'S the c'en/t. it requires mulifine. Neuralgia, General Debility, Deficiency of ') HHDS.! FAMILY HAMS, small sizes, and a superior The Philosophy of MysUry, by Deftly,

ATTORNEY AND CoUNSELLoV.vr LAW, cheapest and l best plaster ever PLASERS. ( changes from very hot, to chiyallwr., Nervous Energy, and all Nervous Disorders. Theirestraortiinary } article,for sale at private sale bvE. Holmes'life ot Mozart,

,r. Jas-pr. Hamilton ('OUltlorida.. for Rheumatism Pains in the Back.of.r(Side,and Weakness are unfavorable to health ; and it is a ( unifrsal\ c-tFect upon the system must be witnessed :. W. DORSEY Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,
admitted, that heat and moisture( are \ agents to be believed and certain Nov. 22. Parker's aids to English composition,
November22. Jr'43. 1> &<", as a pr r ntir for IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. '
in disease, a'hllhat constant dry the Chant-es ant I ;, v. I.. (ior5
DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN ALL11EALING producing :11 c01.tant preceding complaints they are equally to be re
I :iie.-TWO FINE I: BUGGIES, Also C wet weather are to its S Burdett, Rural
commended. The Galvanic in Exfra Flour. Economy, by Bouisiqghault,
lit I I l: BALSAM inalulble article for Colds, h.tt fa\'oraht gneu. Rings arc every way Family
e. with. Huncss, for Cash, at X"rtllr Coughs, Asthma, Blet-ding at the Lungs, Consum1Iio ,- tion ; it does not ss we cal it : it nay perfectly harrnkv, and are sold at prices to be within Kf\ BARRELS: KXTR.F.nIlL\ FJ.on.jl1.t Book of the Colonies, by John Frost, ,,*

_ prices.Novemlxr and its kindred diseases. containing ague : it may be bilious fever; it may be yellow fever reach of all. Cristie's Magnetic Fluid is used in ,-/v7 landed from Schr. Mar: from New Orleans Book of Good Examples, by John Frost. '
CL \RK & STILLMAN. Pamphlets; ; it may be dy.sentary ; it bo rheumatism i it The book of Christmas Thomas K. hlerst .
( in may ; connection with the Rings, to render their efficient the above Flour was selected by of the- by !
bill high in-
; I. I i'i ; I I.f 15 ctrlifcalt' |pt'ro tarlinl. re-s be bronchitis it he cholic it I one city Elmer
: ; ; be Wyllis, edited J.
clients, be had iny may may constipation action certain and to direct the Galvanic influence spoctors, and warranted to be to of by Cotter.
--- - -- -- --- -- --- \llahlc can equal the
f, DI' IltillS Pulmonary :iui, l'lin u iy aI- ; of the bowels; it may be iltommaton of to particular )parts which are affected. Northern brands. Received on consignment any and fV-r The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heires*, !
Bal ab\t.
I for CooFa C''i.htfimai.. Croup T.I.has.t'c.\ January 10, 1"1'i;. 25 tf t I be stomach ; it may be a nervous aft'liol; but still I A supply of the above invaluable articles just received sale at piivate sale by E. W. nOR lY. Miss Pickering,
Brolchiut.I it is di.-ca, and a disease by ( Brandreth Ascanio the Af*
a and"for
,
curahlt sale by BARNARD, Jr., for or Sculptor's Apprentice by
I I .C4flll. Injlufttta, ,.,n"',, -- -- ---- --- Agent Nov. 22. IS Corner \onrucan.1 Clinton sts.
V f/;' J'ains in ilir J"a Taxes Taxes IS 16.I hlls Lau" they remove all impurities from ri-tieat his Drug and Medicine Store Monroe st., --- --- mas. Love and Mesmerism, by Horace Smith,
("' I' o diUSplin HE: undersigned Isceti appointed A-"ess h,1xlyv can in any manner feed the (Ih"I' Tallahassee. Pamphlets respecting the above cane Whiskey. The illustrated histo'y of Palestine,In Juo. K&"
Jllooil hail <>i
cf Connntp
I Jjiclly rogressof the ; no matter how called; thus had The Manuel of Matrimony, by L'acbtlor.
inaLdy a
> on application
cf Breathing, of the I IvVvtnur the County of Leon for the gr.itis. BARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKEY
t t.c present year, hereby' pvcs i notice that he will at torn, these pills are not only the mot proper medicine, January ii II. l |It. 2i Cm _)'j landed from Schr. Maria, from New Orleans just Mysteries of the Backwoods, by T. JJ. Thorpe,**
article hai l long la-en held in high estima. nit the only medicine that need or ought tobe _. thor of Tom Owen .
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THIS at the following, lor the f It.rly and! for sale at sale
purpose e> receiving private at a sinaI! advance to close
I lor tc! ('ire discas.-s of the brei a of ol thc the invoice. E. W.
lungs, arnl I of.: red the public as a list f.I.le 111.bilanll; TO THOSE: WHOSE: OCCUPATIONS TENDS DORSEY NeedIe-s c-i k,
tt remedy) .At : X Roads .n Wedn trial by all ub are thus amich.d.1'.rtltlla 1lul.cf't TO PRODUCE OR AGGRAVATE; DISEASES.This sts.ADVANCES Field. Xich &
i, \inz : I Iorc. Miccosookie, Thursday, dCfiitrcille .. vouchers, and make application[ to t the Judgeof Fleming: Bigelow, The Oranc
V din-cti.ms acoml.nJ each bottle of theJu.icnl. Heard'l %, Friday, 21t do clo... of itidividualare! numerous. They are Probate of Leon County for letters of dismissionas of Venice, The West Point Cadet,

11 ice V Maiiniiiglon Academy Saturday, 21th :3 doGe ho.
; Sl T.lbl..t' Florida, byLEWIS <,rge Youig's Monday 2'Uh; do era, workmen in feather stores,j ( (CuUni, Irint-I lick, deceased, of said Countv. -SKW YOItK AXI> MVR IU-oi.. Ejst, Clark's Csrsar, Playfair's Euclid,

k AMES, Druggists.December F<-rt Braden.Tiu-s'day 27h do "bite It ad manufacturers. ,are all mere or less JOHN l1'RlC1dm'r. TARE & FLAGG: will make C.SIIDX Noye's Penmanship. New Music, Paper for V

t 1' r.-ISII.-I 20-. -_ Fort Stansbury'edues -- *
method to disease! For sale
only occasional by P. HAYWAK&
; ; '\'. Carmack, Samuel B. Court I House:in Tallahassee, Thursday 20th,Fri TI'l prevent. 11 New Yl'rkr Liverpool. A.
.llu'l I.Ithrl' of medicine vvliicn 21, j46.
a circula- .J.r. Heir, January 27
and Saturdav 3Ut ab.tract Tallahassee, November I. 1--15.
day.rinth, 15
HaKe-r January.
i;
unc.'n) all deleterious expel them the
i i 5 by ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
) 10. Is j.; 2 :0. W. HUTCH!INS.
I ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS .\T LAW, January ( l"o. Tonics in any form are injurious. a they Notice. Notice.SIX .
-------- in the
continue to
practice and
Superior
I fonned in the put oil the evil day to make it more The WILL months after date I shall tie H>*
a of Notice.S to
HAVE partnership practice ftal CourtsofieffcrsonCounty, and in the months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. apply
Pills:
of Brandreth's will insure SIX .
of
Use Probate
and willlfe their joint attention to bu IX months after date the undersigned will apply Superior Courts of the Middle District and the County of Probate of Jefferson County, for lettersof for JcfTerson County for letWof
g-Hens: confided! tf thtir care in the Middle Circuit In the Honc.rahle James K. Judge of hey lake all impure later out of the blood, and of Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict.Residence dismission as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth dismission as Administrator of Edmund Gray,I'of
i is
and in the Couatit* of Jackson and Franklin of lt l'i olute.of Lion county for letter I *Jome. from the body for not these valuable( strengthened! by their at Monticello Jefferson County. .-11buinf' Jones,late of said County, deceased. said County, deceased.
do
!: not force, but GEORGE
I 0 Western Circuit. H. STCPHK.N-S will continue opration. PIl" W. STANDLET.
:.UfCFL the e-tafeof F. Brant entrusted with him, will be promptly attended RICHARD TAYLOR.
r t. to reside at Quiney.. SAMUEL W. l.UMACI wlx Itf.F. rn. ) :with !he nature?. and arc not opposed but harmonize to. Jefferson County Dec. 20 is 15. 22 Cm Jefferson County, January 10, 154G. 23 60tdiniuisirator'

and J. WAYLE "IUR at Tallahassee. the Admr *. March !1. 1II.. 33
\IEHIOES, S' A fresh supply just received and (or sale bv Notice.
: of his time at ---------
Ir firm a |Iul ApaLu-hicola -
r and wil wil atend spnd to a'i) communications directed to -Janmry- ---JO I -I"Ii. : rm LEWIS i., A:II. DrWists middle Circuit or Florida. M. D. PAPY, THE having obtained letters of--"

I I 4,V..it :. *-_- For Sale. Sole Tallahassee.Also LEON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. m lli.Wf on the estate of Matthew Tuck*

; ;nlb 2' 19::. 2 A WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the I by M. Ti!. [cn'oh. Madison C. If.; Holmes Taylor & Ritch. Plaintijfft, 1t Practice in all the Courts in the Middle deceased, late of Washington County, hereby p"J

1 Aotire-. treat approved English edition!, of standard &Ieter. Mineral prinl', East Florida; ROF!& >*. >In Assumpsit. WILL' Office on the first floor of the Cap. notice to all persons who are indebted to the**

rnaalhs aflef date, I "i apply to the Probate( works consisting of about one thousand ,'ol'JDc. Trezunt. Lancaster I ; G. L. Brown Newnans.ville Thomas Smith,Defendant. ) ito!, South wing, room formerly occupied by the estate to come forward and settle the same imm"ately
SIX For particulars, apply to and B. Wilson, GareyV Ferry, East Florida; ; and all persons having demands against
c of Gadsilcn: fur a discharge;.from .Quincy Mount Vernon. IS HEREBY GIVEN. (that, immediately Secretary of the Territory. estate within t1
JOS F. ; NOTICE are requested to then
4 of the last ill of Robert November 1SJ5. 17 present
exccutorsliip Davidson BYTIE\OOD. the expiration of four weeks from 15,
the *
my ) October IMS-IS 12 2m U
from the or
L. W. January 10, 1SI II> 25 Ocilla, Jeft'rlo County. years Sth day of December 1545
; d.oeu. SPR.1 date hereof a commission w ill issue from the Clerk's notice will be
in bar of final
; January ?. [17] {M-J. 2-J ; Notice. R. H. BERRY &, CO. office of Leon Circuit Court to take the deposition Nolire.SIX plead HENRY O'NEAL recover/Ado'rJanuarys. -
i of Jones B. months after date I shall
Fordham witness in behalf ,
uNotice. a of said present my accounts
SIX months after date I jhal apply to the Hon. THE undersigned i have this day forme a Co-part plaintiffs residing in the city of Niw York : said vouchers to the lion JucUe of Probate for IS 15. 21 2tn...-

SIX months after d.tl. I shall! apply to the Judge of Probate in and J.f.t"or County for under the alxive the trans deposition to be taken as soon as may be after the Jefferson County, and then apply fur letters of cii, Cash Advances.
Probate f.-r J..ilcro.i County for letters ofdismission letters aif dismission : o Moore mission of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.R.
-
a a Iufulur issuing of said commission in the city of l'.w'ork., mission Administrator of the several estates of F. LLOYD will make liberal Cash aJV3'
a admir.traii! of German High, late of late of said count, dcrca".- H. BERRY to be used in said case. George Ritchie.Geor e Smith, Silas Krupp and John V\T. on Cotton shipped to his friendi i *

r4 aid CU'ty. d'-cc |3d. JULIUS HIGH. HARDY MOORE.Je.1Vif D. P. HOGUE. M. I). PAPY, .\cklt'ALEX.XDEH JERN1GAN. York Orleans

1 j>n.rr' HomilyJtfi'iirj l'' I II3. 25 f.m :Co-intr, J n'1"y 17, Isje. 2"3 #n KorMnrrlO.39S4! '*. 19 ff January 31. IC,16. C< 4t Att'y. (If PPrfs. December 6. ISIS.' .lil< rom October or New 4,1M5. II


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