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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 21, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A TIIRILLING NARRATIVE. clet1.I person observed to his friend, who wa
James Morgan, a native of Maryland, married THE FLORIDIAN. learning to take snuff; that it was wrong lu ,
at an early age, and settled near Bryan's. teach ono's nose a bad habit, a a man gen*. ,
Station, in the wilds of Kentucky. Like most rally follows his! nose. ;
pioneers of the west, he had cut down the '
cane, built a cabin, deadened the timber, enclosed Establshing Hie Science.BT .

a field with a worm fence, and plantedsome __ n ___ ____ ___ KVZHPOINT. 1
The persecutions of tbe Mesmerists will

It was corn.on tho 7th of August 1783.: The BY S. S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1846. VOL. XVII-NO. 31. one day make a curious volume, for they will 's- t
.. be written, of course. The disciples of Gali. ,
bad descended a pleasant breeze
sun ; was -- --- leo! Jenner &c. have been .
Harvey, exactedn
playing leave of through fl.. _..the.-*.surrounding..J :.. .1.. .wood:.. Rrv., green;*. t'eTeart.__.cu ..iiii mood that had warmed I smilingly answered, that he was too happy to I THE ENGLISH COLONY NORTH OK TiE DAYS WITHOUT X WiTs AND NIGHTS \ITII- their struggles and suffering, and those of
t had seated* himself in the door of his cabin, and animated the bosom of tho sol entertain us without compensation fet CoLtMBiA.-Wo take the following statements OUT DAYS.-Dr. Baird is delivering an interesting Mesmer even more brightly will shine in mar- -
with his infant on his knee. His young and dier. The pale glimering of the moon occasionally honored by my sitting at his board, and my from an article in the Washington Union course of lectures Conn tyrology. Seriously the trials to which trav.elling .
wife had laid aside her spinning wheel threw a faint light upon the mangledbodies friends were equally welcome. After much on the Oregon question They should be of one of which the Times has the following Mesmerists are put to, are at times, hu. s
happy and was busily engaged in preparing the fru- of the dead, then a passing cloud enveloped urging I consented to receive his hospitality read by those who have yet to make up their notice : miliating and painful enough,albeit they atfoid > ,
meal. That afternoon he had accidentlyfound all in darkness, and gave additional gratuitously, since he insisted on it, but my minds on the propriety of giving the year's There is nothing. that strikes a stranger) infinite sport to unbelievers. 'fliesetravelling"I'rofcssors .
gal a bundle letters, which be had finished horror to the feeble cries of a few still lingering fnend I woul not consent that they should notice : more forcibly if he visits Sweden at the season ," or many of them, are charlatans "
reading to his wife before he had taken his in the last agonies of protracted death, at expense-oh, noThey must be On the lOlh of February, 1837, tho Hudson of the year when the days are longest, thus far : that they pretend to treat seien.ifically .
e in the door. It was a correspondencein rendered doubly appaling by tho hoarse growl allowed to pay for their splendid stppl'r.'Vei .- Kay Company applied to the British government than the absence of night. Dr. lb. had no phenomena, the real nature of which '
I.IC seat of the bear, the loud howl of the wolf the if I insisted, he irould take pay from for a new lease of their charter lottwenty.oue conception of it before his arrival. He arrived they are entirely ignorant of; and the study
which acknowledged and of
they an early
attachment for each other, and the ardent shrill and varied notes of the wild cat and -and he did. years. The application watmade in Stockholm, from Gottenburg, ,10 "f which, they are, neither by education, haI,. tit ,
>41i left evident traces of joy in the countenances perusal panther, feeding: on the dead and dyin .- Could I say two or three words to you in in a letter of that date, from J. 1'elly, Ksq., miles distant, in the morning, and in the or aim, at all fitted fur. They are clnrla- '1_ !j
; :Morgan. beheld the scene with heart rending private ?" asked the landlord, in a low voice O"C rnor of the company to Lord (;'lenelg,, noon went to sec some friends-had not taken Ian, in that their superficial knowledge of : 1 t
of both the little infant, too, seemedto 1 <
; sensations and looked forward in the he walked side towards the then time-and returned about is made available in the a t !'
apathy as by my coach, secretary of state t for the colonies. This notes of midnight ; mere effects, simply ,
of its parents'feelings, by his cheer.
partake of despair to his! own end. which was waiting. letter sets forth the grounds of the application.It it was as light as it is here half an hour before shape of exhibition ; and the succt"s of the s4 t' '
ful smiles While, playful thus humor, and infantile caress.the A large ferocious looking bear covered allover By all means." I replied ; and he led mea states al that the company have done to carry sun-dwvn. You could see distinctly. But all how being their first object, they may be t 1
agreeably employed
'I.tb es. ofa rifle heard another followed, in with blood, now approached him ; he little one side, into a dark part of the piaz. out ( purposes ol the British govenment. was quiet in the streets ; it seemed as if the suspected, perhaps, in some cases, of a little e i
was
rig report ; threw himself on the ground, silently commended za. After two or three hems to clear his It tells how they have driven tin Americansout inhabitants had gone away, or were dea.- .management." At the same time, the ,ul.ar -
succession. :Morgan to his feet .
M. quick sprang his soul to heaven, and in breathless throat, the landlord commenced : of the fur trade, and got it all fur; themselves No signs of life-stores were idea of general collusion, which prevail !'
nd his wife ran to the"Indians.door; and" they simultaneously anxiety awaited his fate. The satiated ani Whatever others may think of you, sir, I -how they occupy the whole country sun in June goes down at Stockholm a little among those who will not, themselves, cxper- I

,nip K excfeimed door barred and the mal slowly passed without noticing him.- think you an honest. mal." by twenty-two permanent c.talillll'nta! ,, before 10 o'clock. There is a.great iumi. invent, would bp ridiculous, if it were not pit. !. r.
,f I The was their immediately fears realized, Morgan raised his head-was about to offer "Sir, I feel very much obliged by the favorable (this was in 1837,) and many distinct hunting nation all night, a the sun passes able. t 1
_II.to next moment were by a thanks for his unexpected preservation, when estimate you have formed of me." parties-how they keep six armedessels, one earth towards the north pole, and the refrac Do Bonneville had been electrifying De- 7
attack of small
bold and spirited could a be party of In- the cry of a pack of wolves opened upon him, Yes, sir, let the opposition say what they of them a steamer, otf the coast-how they tion of its rays is such that you can read at troit by his! more than gatranic ellects upon : 'kr !
dians. The cabin not successfully and awakened him to a sense ofdan e-r. He please, I believe you a conscientious individual have I one place begun farming, and mean to midnight. Dr. B. read a letter in the forest he muscles of scores of his imprrssiblest"n / 4
def nded, and time was precious.for: an, placed his hands over his eyes ; fell on his -I do." export agricultural products-how the country near Stockholm, at midnight, without artificial in enormous sized Wolverine, trying the t 1'
cool,brave, and prompt soon decided. While t lace and in silent agony awaited his fate.- \Vel, sir, considering this is the first time is as fine farming ground as any in Vine- light.} There is a mountain at the head of thin"" himself found that he was quite; equal
he was in the act of concealing his wife under lIe now heard a rustling in the bushes ; steps we ever met, I must say. your liberality rica-and, t finally, how they confidently hope the Gulf of Bothnia, where on the 21st of June, 10 the in setting folks to sleep and ;'
:the floor, a mother's feeling overcame her approached ; a cold chill ran over him. Imagination is extraordinary ; 'but I thank you for lour good that" with care and protection, the British the sun does not go down at all. Travellersgo I' makin' on 'em cut up" afterwan and accordingly ;-
-she arose, seized her infant but was afr.1idtbat creative, busy imagination, was actively opinion. may not only be preserved in this up there to see it. A steamboat goes up in the furor discovery, off 1
-cm for its cries would betray her place! of concealment employed ; his limbs would in all probability though we have never met, I know country hick it has been so much tho wish from Stockholm for the purpose of carrying he went into the country to lecture and ,diffuse
ida. -gazed silently upon it-a momentary be torn from him, and be devoured alive. you well-we al know you for a most efficient of Russia and America to occupy, to the exclusion those who are curious to witness the phccnomeuon. the new light which had been dispensed to
'mlex struggle between discretion and affection I lie felt a touch ; theital spark. was officer, a deserving of the BiitUh subject, but Briti>!t in- It only occurs one night. The MIII him. His success was tremendous; town ant 1I
man.
took place. She once more presented her almost known in down the horizon see the village said there was .somethin in it,*' until '
extinguished-another touch more violent It is true, I am tolerably wel terest and British influence may be maintained goes to you can ,
the child to her agitated bosom, and again kissedit than the first, and he was turned o\'er.- the Western and Southern country, and as for a paramount on this interesting put: ..t the whole face of it, and in five minutes it beginsto his reputation, as in other ca'es, begat him } f
with impassioned tenderness. The infant, The cold sweat ran down in torrents-his my efficiency, I believe 1 do push ahead as coast of the Pacific." Thus far; -and it i i'er' is rise. enemies. The Woherine Mcsrneriser, after t .
alarmed at the profusion of tears that Ml upon hands were forced from his f'\ce-tho moon bard as a man conveniently can." \ t far-Governor: Polly's speaking to the At the North latitude 7;! =, the sun astonishing a "Hall" full, one evening, at tx
rtr. its cheek, looked up in its mother's face, passed from under a cloud-a faint ray beamed "That you do-all parties must acknowl. government: of the company's purpose; and does not go Cap \ weeks ; in Juneit some very promising town," or other, and ,- S3;
t teen threw its little arm around her neck and wept upon him-his eyes involuntarily opened, edge it. You have effected many improvements policy. would be about 25 = a'Jothe' horizon at which bade fair,shortly, to be "quite a place," f
. aloud. "In the name of (Heaven, Eliza, release The the there knowit returned to the tavern, to be arrested in the
.
s. and he beheld his wife ; who in a scarce audible in your department. But this is not all. On the first of February midnight. way |people 1
lid the child, or be lost," said the husband, voice exclaimed, "My: husband!-my Yes, I flatter myself that in the stage de. 1837, George Simpson, Ksq., agent of hheumpauy is midnight they see the sun begin to rise. barroom by a score of "first citizens," who '
in a soft, imploring tone as he forced the in- husband !" and fell on his bosom. partment I have mado some ingn oveinents." in AmericaiitesloGocrnor; Pelly !. The changes in those high latitudes, from had then and there congregated "jest to test

S. fant from his wife ; he hastily took up his gun, :Morgan now learned from his wife, that after "Your removals have met with general ap. on the same subject. He sa\s -the pOSt summer to winter, are so great that we can thl hnmbut any how!I"
knife, and hatchet, ran to the ladder that led of have no of them at all. In wintertime Perfesser," sail I one.- ,
the Indians entered the:: hou-, they found proval ill this par of llio Go.ntrro""RcmO'als KotMiioii tliat cuuutijr (Oilmen) 10 threat conception "Go +
to his chamber, and drew it up after. In a some spirits and drank freely ; an altercation ?-Oheb-I do travel a great Britain may become uu object of very great the sun disappears and is not seen for six u you take a little of the/uid/" aid ,
moment the door was burst and the savages it and shows its fact another and this evident hint in the '
open soon took place-one of them received a mortal deal. importance, and we are strcngtlienin: their: weeks. Then comes being an
from entered. stab, and fell ; his blood ran through the "Yes, you do, and to some purpose. Now claims to it by f forming the nucleus of a colony Afterwards, it remains for ten, fifteen, or twenty way of a joke, the "anti-humbugs" proceeded f
tfor By this time Morgan had secured his childin floor on her. Believing it to be the blood of I[ wanted to speak to you about our Postmaster through the establishment of farms and the minutes, and then descends.nd finally, to more serious! business. ,
'ride. we, a bag, and lashed, it to his back ; then her husband, she shrieked aloud and betrayedher lere." settlement of some of our reining officers awl it does not set at all,but makes almost a circle "Perfe ser," said the principal speaker, a
hueHurt throwing off some clapboards from the cabin's place of concealment.She Indeed Wellv hat of him'' servants I agricultures.I Thil too went to round the heavens. Dr. Baird was asked how giant of a fellow-before whose proportions,
roof he resolutely leaped to the ground. lIe was immediately taken and bound.- Are you not aware that he is a Whig ?" the government with the application of a new they managed in regard to hired persons, and even the huge Magnetizer looked small.-
was assailed by two Indians. As the first ap. The party after setting fire to the house, proceeded \o !-is he ? ease. To the British government such arguments what they considered a day ? He could not Perfesser," said he, biting off the end of a '7
proached he knocked him down with the butt to Bryan's station. On the day of battle Yes he is-and it is thought by the friendsof were altogether irresistible. But, say, but supposed they worked by the hour, plug," and turning it over in his jaws very .t l
ter1I.less.. end of his gun. The Other advanced with up. of the Blue Licks, a horse, with a saddle. the Administration here, that he ought to be it observed, into the new lease thus grant and twelve hours would be considered a day's eisurely, "a few on us, here,hey just concu.ded ;l
- lifted tomahawk ; Morgan let fall his gun and and bridle rushed by her, which she knew to he removed, and a good democrat appointed." ed in 1838, 'the government introduced a wholly work. Birds and animals take their accus.tomed to her you try an txpriment. appintin' "
closed in with him. The savage made a blow, be her husband's. During the action the prisoners .What is the office worth ?1 I new condition. Lord GlcnelgtulU; thcmjin rest at their usual hour. The Doctor ourselves a reg'lar commitee to
t.ud missed, but severed the cord that bound the in- were left ungarded-made their escape "About 8300 }(a r." his reply, that they may have their trade monopoly did not know how they learned the time, but report !" It s
iff. fant to his back, and it fell. The contest over and lay concealed beneath some bushes under .\ho would be a proper person for the as before, "but," he acids' "it will be indispensable they had, and go to rest whether the sun goes The professor begged to appoint a more
.S. the child now became warm and fierce, the hank of the river. After the Indians had office ? to introduce into the new charter down or not. The hens take to the trees about (roper place and hour, &c., or, according to '
and was carried on with knives o'nly. The returned from the pursuit, and left the battleground Why, I cou'dn't exactly say-but if-" such conditions as may enable her Majesty to 7 o'clock, p. m. and stay till the sun is the apprehensions! of the, cxowd," evinced ;
robust and athletic :Morgan got the asccnden- she, with some other persons who had Would you accept the appointment ? grant for the purpose of settlement and colonization well up in the morning, and the people get into the expected desire to maMf&acIean back
dency ; both were badly cut, and bled freely, escaped! with her, determined to make seach Must: willingly, if you should think me. any of the lands comprised in it." this habit of late rising too. The first morning out." 1 ,
Ifronirtfot but the stabs of the white man were better for their friends, and if on the field and living, worthy." And accordingly in the charter was inserteda Dr. Baird awoke in Stockholm, he was "Perfesser"resumed the "bigdog," "ef we

and deeper, and the savage soon sunk to the to save them, if possible, from the beasts of Well, Il tel you what you'd better do.- proviso reserving to the crown, in the largest surprised to see the sun shining into his room. or.dustand right, you call your Mesmerism a St ,
(Of'id"WI!'<- earth in death. :Morgan hastily took up his pre}'. After searching for some time, and almost Write on department-state the matteras terms a full right to establish colonies," and He looked at his watch and found it was only. 'remeejagent. \\ ,' which means I s'pose, that : ';
. and child and hurried off. despairing of success, she fortunately you've stated it to me, and perhaps". overn"them "and annex to other colonies 3 o'clock. ; anthe t next time hr \vnL*' .it a the'a. it .The t. Ihin disciple rr 1" of science referred to direr ;
was no in
defrti- The Indians in the house, busily engaged "If would ......w.uuiandam belonging lotue H-' .....i this in any 01 .K person
I discovered him. you just mAl. I 'Iun' streets. The people are not in the habit of cases about town, in which he had been !successful
If'.t.tlant'f.- in drinking and plundering( were not apprisedof Th party of Col. Logan found Morgan and would be sufficient." the land granted// What where these landsso I The Swedes in the cities to nothing of the "pulling I
are tlcth"op.ration
the contest in the yard, until one that had his wife, and restored them to their friends, .Dear sir.don't depend on any thing that granted ? The northwest America not I rising so soon. to the say which he had just concluded his :
rl, been knocked down gave signs of returninglife their infant and their homes. passes between usllere-here I am Sol Smith, under any civil government of the United not very industrious, owing probably I lecture with. C.
. called the of action.- but at Washington This is inch of Oregon,down climate. i
.pert. and them to scene a you may see by the way hil; States. every Yes," said the challenger you're deathon +
Morgan was discovered,immediately pursued, From the .S7. Loci JtereUlf. understand to latitude 42s.Summing \VEmsTER.-I'lnC
, Corti : you ANECDOTE OK DANIEL teeth, we know, but ken Mesmerism come ;
and a dog put upon his trail. Operated upon Postmaster General In Disguise Yes, I understand. Then I'll write on to all this up, we may see what kind Transcript copies from the London Sun a he over rheumatiz 1"
..daDtJ.ill by all the feelings of a husband and a father, BY SOL SMITH. the department." of a "temporary," is in the purpose of England i pleasant sketch of Daniel Webster, which Inflammatory re.mee.ji or chronic demanded the '3*
he moved with all the speed of a hunting stag, On my way north, in 1833, in company with Yes-write." and how she means to recede of herself concludes with the following amusing anecdote Professor. *
ff. and the Indians but the dog "Sir I shall depend on ofiiccrs. if let her alone. The governor, ,, IC
soon outstriped several gentlemen from New Orleans, it happened your good we of this remarkable man : Wa'll, stranger, we ain't much given todoctor's
-J.S. kept in close pursuit. Finding it impossible that the stage in which we were passengers ." says to the secretary, "take care of us, andprotect The distinguished man, just before Lafayette's bottle names but we reckon it's abut ;
to outrun or elude the cunning animal, trained I stopped for supper at a small village, "Sir, you ma-Oour supper was excellent us, and we wi secure the country for I, last visit to America, formed one in-a the wust kind."
to hunts of this kind, he halted and waited un. situated between the towns of Columbus and your attentions shall not be forgotten-farewell I hoes, and a very country it is More than fishing party in Massachusetts! Bay. He had The Mesmerizer was about to define the .
omtufor til it came within a few yards of him, fired, I Zancsvillc, on the Cumberland road, in the -write on to the department, by all this, you may control the" commerce of the been selected to deliver the welcoming speech difference between imflammatory attacks and s
ti and brought him to the ground. In a short State of Ohio. means." Pacific from it." I 1t's. adds the superintendent to the Frenchman on his approaching visit, and [' affections, when he was interrupted by
,.bermtildes time he reached the house of his brother, who ; There was a great gathering of militia captains The worthy aspirant to the I'ostmastership uimpsnn"and we are making a title during his occupation of hauling up codfish and the(a inquisitor, who rather allowed that as far s.a

,bertB resided near Bryan's station at Lexington, I lieutenants, ensigns, sergeants, and cor. of the village, accompanied me to the coach, for you every day, we have. got the" nucleus ol tautog, he was observed to be very abstract as tho locality of the disorder was tit
leviedC where he left the child, and the two brothers porals, with a considerable sprinkling of privates careful turned up the steps when I had en. I Iterd a regular colony there already, (in 137.)) ted. It ppeared afterwards that he must have had a preemption right to the hul concerne criter. t
, o1o A set out for the dwelling. As they approachedlight all of whom had been exhibiting their } then joined his fellow-citizens in the I h True," replies the government, "and you been studying that part of his speech In whichhe and that, furthermore it was jest expected of j
land?. broke upon his view-his step quickenedand patriotism during the day, by marching up and three loud cheers with which our departure shall have your charter ; but mark, we must afterwards addressed Lafayette, for a gen him that he should forthwith visit the case, and ,
1 hours his fears increased, and the most agoniz. down the road, shouldering, carrying arms, was honored.-Rerile. I reserve the full right to colonize throughout tleman who was fishing next him observed bid him take up his bed and walk, or he him
ring io,0e I ing apprehensions crowded upon his mind.- presenting arms, and charging bayonets, preparatory :\hSSISSIPPI.-Tbe remarkable increase the whole land granted you down e\ento 12 him pulling in his line, hand over hand, with self would be escorted out of town astride of '

.. .to- 1 Emerging from the canebrake, he beheld his to the intended hostile operations! against TiE of the batturc on the Mississippi river, ; degrees. _______ some difficulty, 8 if a large fish was hooked, a rail, with the accompanying ceremonies. '
house in flames, and almost burned to the the neighboring State Michigan: the where it commence making, is of course equal From the .Wwvisfippi Planter. yet without exhibiting any satisfaction on his This was : dilemma either horn of which, 4 rriC
ntl.an4riff. ground. "My wife !" said he,as he pressedone authorities of which, and those of the State of to the loss we see so frequently in the caving ; Cultivation of Broom-Corn. face f at having captured a prize. At lengththe promised a loss to his reputation, but the crowd ,
: hand to his forehead, and grasped the Ohio, were at open war-almost-about boun. banks. We have witnessed, in the course Why do not some of our farmers try the I fish was seen approaching the surface and were solemnly in earnest ; already triumph.
fence with the other, to support his tottering dary. through the like a his detection, they began to I look
v.s. of even ten remarkable changes, where cultivation of this article ? I is very product gleaming green water ing in 'olt
-- frame. lie gazed on the ruin and desolation For the purpose of amusement, it had been plantations have years been almost away, and enor- Live; saleable and valuaMe. The method of I lively bladder of Quicksilver ; still Webster's ish at him, and wise at each other, so
ofht before him, advanced a few steps and sank!! exhausted agreed that the stage driver should be inform. planting is to have the rows 'run oil' ii j to f face gave no smiling welcome ; but just as the Wolverine had nothing left for it, but to demand -
,e tod- to the earth. ed, confidentially, that it was Amos Kendall, covered 3 feet apart i, so that a horse may walk between fish came to the surface, he burst out with boldly I to see the patient !" We had ;
Capt.' J Morning came-the luminary of heaven Postmaster General of the United States, trav al of the banks of the Mississippi, op. them with the plough or harrow. The his 4 Venerable man the representative! of the better give the rest of the story as it was related ;
4 rose, and found him seated near the almost elling in disguise, and assuming the very common posite caving New Orleans, is familiar ; if the causes to each row should be from 18 inches two hemispheres, welcome to our shores,' and to a humorous friend of ours,by the disciple '
rbwrtWIU expiring embers. In his right hand he helda name of Smith, in order to discover abuses which operate to produce such a disaster feet apart, according to the quality of the soil. down flopped the monster cod' on the deck !" of Mesmer, himself.! 1

;rCl8.thought.. small stick with which he was tracing the in the transportation department. With had been at our levee, no human power could will take about a bushel of seed to the acre, l'P stars I went with 'em, mad as thunder,
name of Eliza on the ground, and his left hand many mysterious hints, and under strict chargeof have saved our city ; and it is a matter of sensible I in order to l he sure that the land be well stock NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE.-The N. Y. I[ tell you ; first at being thought a humbug, ,
lay on his favorite dog, that lay on his side, secrecy, John was made acquainted with speculation, whether in the caprices of ed. The best rule is to cast a teaspoonful of Morning News says-The enterprise of the and next that my individooal share of the American -
T. Ctr!. looking first on the ruins, and then on his the awful fact, that he was actually drivingthe sensible speculation, whether in the capricesof the seed in a hill. It should be hoed and plowed English newspapers is well known. The eagle should be compelled into a mea I
roaster, with evident signs of grief: Morganarose. important individual above named. The the great river, New Orleans, St. Louis three tunes-tone last time when it is threeor leading morning journal-the Times,the Her sure, by thunder I'd a gin 'em a fight, if it r
The two brothers now made search reins almost fell from his hands What?- and Vicksburg, by cut-offs made above them, four feet high. The number of stalks in ald, and others-send reporters over the con. hadn't ben for the science, which would a suffered -
and found some bones burned to ashes, which Mr. Kendle I Amos Kendle !" exclaimed"the may not be inland towns, the tendency of the a hill should be thinned to about eight, at the inent of Europe, and establish correspondentsat any how, 8 I jest said to myelf le h
Ch ales they carefully gathered, and silently consign.ed astonished driver-" it can't be possible ? river unfortunately being I to abandon them, hoeing. When the first frost appears on all prominent places on the face of the 'em bring on their rheumatiz! I lS if I i.' 1
to their mother earth, beneath the wide "It is possible," answered the gentleman who which is now their salvation frt, thcl is the time fur harvesting it. It should globe. We now find that they are about to could a Mesmerized a horse, and I determined
..J branches of a venerable oak, consecrated by wa enjoying an outside sea; and it 1 his An interesting and wonderful discovery was be cut down-leaving the stalks abut ten or reprint the proceedings of the American Con. whatever the rae. might be, I'd make it squeal, ,
(ent'I'dr the purest and holiest recollections. wish to be entirely private, in order to avoid not long since made in the vicinity of St. twelve inches loner and wel dried. The ;ress. The Boston Post makes the announce. by thunder 4 +
Several days after this Morgan was engaged the attentions that would otherwise be lavished Genevieve, below St. Louis, which we are seed is then scraped from it, by using two iron ment thus : Here he is," and in we all bundled into n
.b1 him." The driver promised the most moveable and alittlo The London ; Chronicle has senta round a bed, with me shut
in a desperate battle at the lower Blue upon not aware of having seen recorded. Therewas horizontal scrapers, one Morning a room, gathering
" A. Do' Licks. The Indians came off victors, and the inviolable secrecy, and proceeded to curry recently discovered near that town, and elevated, so that a handful of the brush may reporter to this country to report for that pa. in among 'em, and the cussed big onenlight. t
h, surviving whites returned across the Licking, down his horses. one mile from the river, inland, surrounded by pass between them. per the proceedings of Congrcs" ened heathen, that did the talking, drawingout i
110. Kitts pursued by the enemy for a distance of sixaadthirty We had not been long in the hotel, whereour a dense forest, a ruin, which upon examination The upper scraper i is then pressed down an almighty bowio knife at the same time.
Ir, a\1' miles. supper was being prepared: before it was proved to be the remains of a fort, and several with one hand, and the brush drawn through SERMON FOR OLD B.VCIIELOIM.-The Hartford "That's your man !" said he. Well, there slay
.orpe, James Morgan was amongst the last who plainly perceptible that something was goingon interesting relics of antiquity were found, with the other the seed being scraped) on": Mirror contains a lay sermon for the special a miserable looking critter, with his eyes +
('tiOD' jl acrossed the river, and was in the rear until ; curious glances were thrown into the barroom among which two pieces of brass cannon A common crop of broom corn is from six benefit of the bachelors, founded on the sot and mouth open-and bis ja\y got wider
the bill was descended. As boon ah he beheld where we were sitting-militia officers were taken from a well. Inquiry was started, to .seven hundred pounds per acie. It ,ellsfor following text : and wider, as he saw the crowd and the bow. '
rage Girl the Indians re-appear on the ridge, he flitted about or collected into groups-the traditions gathered up, and it was to the, surprise four or five cent per pound, sometimes fromsix "And they called Rebecca, and said unto ie knife, I tell you "That's the idea !" said 3, I
in tJ..1rcor felt and saw his wrongs, and recollected the landlord and his (amiJ began to spruce up ;;; of every one, discovered that this fort to eight cents. At six cents, the farmer h"r, Wilt thou go with this man ? .\n.she said, the old big Ingin.
n. the Uvely object of his affections. Ho urged in brief it was our secret had been was the remains of the one built by M. La would get for; "('\1 hundred pounds of the [ wi go."-Gciicsii xxx\.i i, 50. Rise up in that bed !" said I, and I tell ? ''r
WiD'"C. his horse and pressed to the front. While in confidently imparted to half the village. on the banks of tho Missis.\ii>pi, to defend brush 842- besides laity f or Iffy bushels ol those times, ceremony, formality, sighingand you what, 1 must a looked at him dreadful, for t
. ., .t.c.r.ARD.. the act of leaping from his saddle, he received The first demonstration that was made,, Sale and his companions from the Indians- seed, worth thiity-fivo cents per bushel, say sentiment were altogether unknown. up he jumped clean on eend, as if he'd 1 jest
trifle ball in his thigh, and fell. An In. consisted of an invitation to my friends and and also to answer for a trading-house. The $18 making in all $GO. Those who raise this Rebecca was a good girl, and jumped at the got :streak of galvanic.
--- dian him, seized him by the hair myself to accept the private parlor. This history of that fort so far as the retiring from article regard the seed alone as equal to a crop first goo offer. Get out ou this floor," said I, with a WUM
and applied sprang upon the scalping knife. At this moment being at once agreed to, the landlord ventured the bank of the river is concerned, will no of oats from the saute laud. It has been used '1 of the Norwich Aurora !says he look, and I wish I may b shot i out he did'ntcome
lIoD- Morgan cast his and recognizedthe to suggest that if not disagreeable to me,,I doubt be the history of many of the locations" for feeding horses, cattle and swine, and they could have picked out a better text to preach lookin' wild, I tel ye !
(( and which he knew td be his wife's. This pay their respects to me, and take m by tl the acknowledged increase of the batture on The product of tho sale of broom corn rais. viz : Jehu Gineral Jackson If he did'nt make a t
'DUV) : added renewed to his body, and in. hand the front of our city, it will be farther inland ed in the Connecticut valley alone, is put "Jacob kissed Rachel." straight shirt.ti for the door, may I never I
strength
; 6Jnn created his fury. He quickly threw his left "No objection in the world," said he, lei than La Salle's fort in the same length ol down at $100,000. I is an article always That is something suhitantil for bachelors I make pass.! After him I went, and 1
.---- arm round the Indian and with a deathlikegrasped the worthy citizens come in." time, or rather the land in front of it will in- commanding a sale; and we see no reason L to ponder over. The other text was for the after me they came, and prehaps there wasn'tthe i t''
Ad.Tucks.' his Then followed a scene of richest kind ol to some extent to meet the demandsof why some of our farmers do not raise it here. benefit of Rebecca altogether : orfullest stampede down three pir of sarI
- tf hugged him to his bosom,plunged described similar adventure crease and best soils kissed Rachel and he lifted hit!I that occurred in Michigan cut
knife into his fun-but Dickens has a the of the city.-New Orleant It is said that the climate our are "Jacob up ever
w sideband he expired in his arms. growth
reby girdtie Releasing himself and I pass on. Times.QUALIFICATIONS. favablo to its growth. B. voice and wept. old rheumatiz, through the oar-room ; out I
from the
o laid savage, Morgan was announced. "I was placed a How pathetic The fact is says the Aurora,, cut after him-over went the stove in the
e jQ1medi'd crawled! under a small oak, on an elevated Supper of the table the richest viands am FOR A LAWYER.-The St. ECLIPSES IN 1840.-In the year 1846- then< time and fashions make strange inrd 01 I rush after both on us ; I chased him round two t
zainlit pi .puece of ground a short:distance from him.- the head -set in profusion befonpreserved Louis Gazette tells a story of a mother taking will two Eclipses, both of tho Sun. The, human nature. Here was scouring -in the snow, at that then headed
fruit were 0 squares
,thin or tJajry. ta"f The scene of action shifted, and he remainedUndwcovercd feasted I and dunng the operation:I her youngest son to be made a lawyer of, as he first a partial Eclipse of the Sun, April 23, poor the country to look for a wife, and on I him off and chased him the hotel a-

4 ., and unscalped- an anxious spec.tabor us. We female -heads-or, rather, heads o f was 1 much better qualified for the pro fessior,, visible in all parts of the United States. Th, fine sunny day in the valley of Padanaramhe ,, gin, where he landed in *fine awed, beggedfor
, 1dm'redratKd. of the battle. numerous continually m at th<, than either of the elder ones. On being ques second an anular Eclipse of the Sun, October saw her at a distance, drawing water fron his life, and said-he'dgireup th
--- had It va now midnight;; The savage band females-were doors, popping the piazawaTfilled L done a to his especial qualifications, the old 19, invisible in the United States. a well, being barefooted, and wihot ceremo. I wish I may be shot if he pJ
- after taking all thee scalps they could find, and open all whil who amu.' rpled :- Why, you see, sr Is jus he ran towards her, and in language o 'Vel they were offerin' a reward for, in
fa l the battle-ground. Morgan was seated al with boys of off Chinese; cracker lay seven year old to day, and when he was onlj A great lie," says the poet Crabbe, "i i: ny the good book, kissed her, and lifted up hi Buffalo I made him drew himself-cured
t. in 1'etf foot of tbe oak ; i iti trunk supported hi e themselves firing "hum five he would lie like all natur; when he go like a great fish on dry land : it may fret sins< voice and "." We have no account tha of rheumatiz-run it right out of him ; delivered .

feed. The rugged and uneven ground up rocketsandsnouttng cabinet !I"I to be six, be was saucy and impudent as anj fling, and make u frightful bother, but it can. Rachel boxed wej his ears for his ludnea a i him up, pocketed the reward, and lab
wrrounded him covered the for Jackson-and! bit be and he vill take hurt You have only 1 to keep Mill t I, thunder'"-
was with I the bar, and de. critter could now lt',1 not you. these days of simplicity and innocence lished th science, bv illeT
*b* ; the once white and projecting rocks,, Supper over, we retired to The landlon thing he can lay hands on !" and i will die of it-(lf."
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egon qktiu', haxe led Congress to coradersenioi i sI I common, and a board of civilians and jurists :

the r'loudiau. 1 i I :.inavuc.ite; "i-cuit or other solid SUISIUCtf, The lute Nexlcnn News THE r l L 0 Ix I the necesMtj of a better State of defence for our ether me.by which the question Mr. might Buchanan be settled.to Mr,
has received two letters I fniIVnsacola ItlljIltN- U from
Mr. EDITOR:-I am more than nrnioll'4 III :I vliirh she cooM V"M >' well do. The pitiew : The Picayune -- extensive AtlanSc and Gulf coast. Hi-rid is the The eighth dated a February lete 4th, declining the last
inst. which -- Pakenham,
the 1st 10 -
dated "
direct the attention of lie j iMic in < "ru't:11 iv not old enough, howeier. to 11.'rltan.t on Arista.-go "LET US least protected of *iy portion, and most exposed to for abitralo Its ,acceptance mlh.nlrrob.t.

intI'Cflt.ing the I i oitancc fr (III jnni ion 'being kept up. confirm the reported rl'uIUlinl by of hojtile difficult be into an Jtlra.lrn.
and physician in particular, to an i.iij: > ---- ----- time asiaults of an enemy in COM .would constre

and instruct he !letter, coiUainril in I lilt' to bring about the end 1 hal in ,'itw. that e fan One of the letters has: it that .Arista has a ng. Saturday rchrm'rjr 121, INKt. When a Territory, x\e were oH'rloke and neglLt.td if nnt a diret to arbitrator arbitration to divide at all.

January: No. of the N. Y. Journal' of \leJidru'and artificial joint, ami (fiom reliving hl'rt' 'rh ular force of 4000 men at hU command, wlail S -- -- --- --- ; since wis' have awinud the title of a sonregn the tnritor _If all be the submitted President could submit;

Collateral! Sciences adJresscd ll',)) I f'K.t"l after bring able! to O tic tt and move the jaw would plotlahl.he increased by i Ctnt:"ted I'Election.UV "state, our rights are heard aid fpflt.re Ii."( the not believe is the territorial right of this ccuttry h

; r ur about three weeks it became evident that: he hal any chance o1"! success hit we >!'i.uM not again I bc dos of though under
the abroad in
antiljpaft'.t
John M. Carnochan to t'litn .I v dune ourelvesicredit at horne and J to be a proper subject arb'tr.aton
from 1'e
ifS the were begi The U. S. brig Porpoise sailed n. to allude to this subject-but, in con lunlnt there an exception
Journal,in relation to the ojMraii tor; illua.l. the efiorts c healing: process cOII'dl.t r'pre 'ntaliH'"to peak out our will, to feld: peculiar circumstances mrgh
fiom xxl.a'! i nin to produce,' oMfic union. To ."e l'in. sacola for Vera Cruz on the morning of tit: ( i'f the unfair and tisiogCnou' statements Wf 'Ir. a case in which there might b insuperable! objection.
of the lower ItU\t
bility jaw. Apart I and to demand for our citizens a fair, cf
: for Mr.( Sbdell. /\1I our rights will not discussion
chcs B. re-open
and i iiiihc iicirii! in r i tamer! the mouth in a lived and open pOiti.1 1st inst., with desp notice i inlheStntiiul I i sod he n'glect or refusjl of the I Mr. tb
United
new pecuUir: operation equal and just protection with time citizens of other the title the President still bheuslhat the
posed by Dr. C., tho lact 11\t the a'rist- f f, wou1 have hell more incon"I'nil'ltU'n I to I accounts would have it that that gentleni.wasq'iietly result d Iditor to publish the full returns of the vote of the siaica. 0. i--j, ...., a9 we h3'e been, we ne States ; the best title in the whole
I the
h:1 h *en, and I tear i is, a 111iaill : hadlhejiwtpenmncntlj approiimatei: : waiting, at Jalapa, ltc'plt.1 the State, returned to the office of t} the more. xxe hue f.tP righ to demand nun* ? ,bold. he think the two naticrs thtto, be
Mercury the indications then became cither to the different mo"c'Itntr in Mexico. Thl Pic'" of State have been to do !O. fa. Wilting to u., <. ju.il\<, wtitr..s tk. interposition -
cause of this fearful and hapless rK'f'nnty! j : (Istc "-rclaT con"traine manx of our neighbor who have hitherto been of any arbitrator.

enough elf itsfto! command this !letter to (*,'cn a portion of lh lower jiw entirely, so as I tn correspondent says: The r ilr. are full, with the exception of ont vorites. And w' have confidence in the honor an:

com ;aih'. I murli far, Mr. 1 I. l ltlr; Iii! :; insure I by loss of substance an artificial jlint, 44 No mention is nude of his having demi precinct, that of Charlotte's Harbour, which is justice of the General Government that it will forts h- Farts-Facts-Facl .

the time r 1,11' "ill m.lr.' fl\t.: thiulihci! n to a'lj'i! the j jaws in such a way us to pr '. tied his passports or otherwise deported bin. repotted to have given nine votes all for Brockc: ith give us our due share of that protection wh.lchas Mr. Brockenbrough, the Sentinel says, had thirty.acres .

Scinrt ctilighteiied! liiiiiMiiiM; : tntI anti( vent r fiiither) leformitafter. the formation uf self! so as to compromise the Miav: iter in mod brou li.Ve regret that \'P are compelled to cot nation they not only to us a an i,0 ; majority when the Committee reported. The
o great 01'1
a
ipate d4'.ire. when thi.,1.illil: W1'r.'l'r. I the callus and) at the sain? time, if JHsillh_'. for which hp is celebrated with the frtitr cludo thtt it shbtt an uiUMllinKncs-t in the part of lated but which will add equally to the de- Committee had before them all the returns of the
o resorted to people
pent *lul! l lee firced to Ilt'a its ,1.om.IIf'1 t in to leave an increase 1 space: between the Ih'c. in rc which ('al at unx tile lt Mr Lab. til's fru-inl-i IHt tho iui, .tioa on its merits and of the whole courtry. entire State, except twenty-tijc Suppose Mr. Ca- .

the just r.nl L mllailn! and! xvi'Jl mTitcd IM '. o.ir margins for the InC easy introluctionfood. of when every thing else has failed. and jdi: H'Sitiun to i tty l Itird! i 1} I'Ptm, Icclinicjui'bUs : fenCe protection------ bell had gotten them all, he was nevertheless, de.

orations of m:>ie rtioB and Ailful: era- 1; The condition II the patient not jl"ti. .\1 the vessels! of war at IVtmcola nrt ( Tina returns, whichctook! the troubie The Oregon Ciuestlon. feated. But the fact is, that out of these twenty. <

and tint t tin:* pnc'irv: of 1 Mexlh'iue <..n:t ni;; I l fun,: at that time another operation, whicfrom said to be preparing, and vxill MIOII be nlI tl to jirixtin- hum the .rrctar\s OTice! sere publisol The House of Representatives passed the Oreon ci ix, Mr B. received all but four. The cote thus I

1onrr !!ic' nd,'rlh"* emlll) irpuuch o! firni-: its nature: wllh have been tedious aMoolv sea.One in "'ir paper of tlc "Ih inst., ShhW COlculn.l) Resolutions on the 9th inst, bx a vote of 1 163 '051 i increases Mr B.'s majority : and yet the Sentinel argnus -
that .VrU'a is
lug .itlsject.s for the ait of Snr ;tr-. Tor the I I ( upon fulfiling the later of the I.ltrl says i Mexic f'prl.: I lint .\r. Rrod.rou1 trtncfit I tulfr majmty a f(1lowl: that on account of these remaining votes, Mr

honir uf pr.fesi'iit.i I \\illn\aloii.l! an:1: indication, and to await for the improved hlahl sented to be more hostile than any 4if l'if coin of She proll t>J the State'V! Revolted, That the President of the I'nited Stat C. should has e retained his seat.

parc lot,my whilst! this *!!| jing-: ieiion: "hl I I 'tin more mitnre age of the patient, :' i at. otlicer against the I'uited States and that I ht lia> not the Neiitmd published Ihtu instead ofLrU cause notice to be given lo' the ( eminent of Great A correspondent in the Sentinel,who writes with

the health 1 mar the ff tempting the rmition of an artificial Jon inl determined to attempt the re."hjlqtion (I and the memo Britain, that the convention between the United this than the Editor, con.
claim to sip; an: : ) this. \hug suit uruiiihli n; at abusing States of America and Great Britain in relation to more ingenuity on subject
1 much I for
the knows too
one member ff the hum in fuuih'. .\:: 1 by eZsectiott.Vith Iht'E views I allowed Tcxas.rista Il IKTH II t Conwr.-sH fur their action in the premises i : the Territory of the orth'\Ct Coast, wet of the that the House of Representatives judicially :
to '\'e tend
its and it. future I Ii-re !I'g lea1 I callus to form isturbedly, and in about !ix may make a n"ip hOlt it, and pretend I: What else could Con rrt** h.ne done with th<> edenci \ Stony or Rocky Mountains, of the sixth day of -u-! knew that there was a county in Florida called St. I
f.m he is not
so ;
4 through < ni'diuiif 3our tulumn! <, !10 tu'tr weeks the jaw became immovable in the ape some such object in xiexxbut Hin hdc.rl theme gust, 1S27 signed at London, shall be annulled. and Lucie, and no returns from this county being before '
the
amelioration Quixotic to his loot this side I twelve months after giving said notice. I
:. W. proximated position, with the a! as put met remirk, in5of Mr.Cabcl"pecrli abrogated should have
my unfl'la1ifl'tllrue The last Sent pea\ Resolved, That the notice herein is not.. the House of Representatives, they refused -
a result of the operation, of a slightly incre: <.alJ('. iniblisheil in f tie jnie paper : to interfere with the right containe of the seat to Mr. Brockenbrough. b. But if the (
it
files t
intende
been for the (Introdi From our regular fr papers woul
ed gained
SIR In the .* Met space having ) .\Ve it will hI carefnllreail jixl jM d'rNI proper authorities of the two contracting parti" of Representatives could rake knowledge of
:- \niir trn.htill II seem that it wis: knoxxn in the citx of lcxkl, hope > for amicable I loU:
of
Operatcnic"; \VIjnan: 1 i1'erve .hal lion lilJ. of Januiri that; (:en. _\\r. upon that the people maj understandherein (Iheir to renew or pursue negotiations an the existence of the (county cf St. Lucie why not, a
of which the sMh tlement ot the respecting Oreg<
crl This, then, is the statement a case as early as righ:.have been itnpiuncd, and the appointment of contro\'efY 1.1 01 take knowledge that there were not
.\o\i. insoit in HiUilion in tlio oii i iina1 arlice the of the immobility of t tlower the ista hid; declared against Parrdes. He win : nprMmtatixi-s: usurped hv.t. the uOrupulouI territory the same time,

on '.rtnutcrl\,) .M\I -.toni\a n.t(', in \liel !fjlf jaw"frequency in this countly, consequence reutiVel from the l'OllDtd, It\\'t'r ot party in fongreM. .rl.UJ are the at. The vote on their passage was a folloxxs : voles enough in that county to change lb result i.

the credit i-given to a c nteinn! : now prC- from the too lee ;l'neralolgin. of the army of the North, and ordered to tIe. tempts by the imrmidon of tll:sim power hrrp. Yeas-Messrs, John Qumcy Adams, Stephen Ad. Can it b pretended, that the House of Representatives

t I tiding medicine in tliiscitx. for litxin tirst ating treatmlnt (len. I Ilomulo Diaz d la Vga, the *[i<.:Umen and place men. to xarnnh over and. am-, Anderson, Arnold,Atkinson. Baker, Barring is so ignorant of statistic, as not to know there
in the "'etnn volvo .
tr: tl.aI the fehrillc diseases, endemic upon I. conceal from people the real extent and aggrai Bell, Bcnton Brings, James Black James A. Back, i-rt votes in St. Lucie ccunty 1
the tl th -3even
divided inisseter The not I
IUr"cc. uli'ctiol be of i itoret. I in. until the arrival a s-icccssor.: pajxspeak ." was;
and Southern States, univ: not dc'-oic ted nd'urc of thi\ltr Blaurhard, Bowlin -
Ud. Hrinkrhof. will the
prevails, we give
\\hiclihdsbcen' ttnm.J "Imiwhilt\ tilt if Ampudia were likely tn I lt Brodhead %% ignorance on this !subject
and mai affjrd some guidance: topeiatiie as (ln. We will u join the Sentinel iii'thisttish.and gosttnrtlur brouth, Bufngton1: that the county of St. J
without charge
I.oweriaw./ who mal. W John II, information
inhumin, Campbell <
.I should t fuel inc'iiH-il: lit al! <>\\ this tatc. procedures!, that may be attempted in his treated slccesor-tht the remains of ( :1ri."rtcl Sentrnar.at, .wd We tOO )hope the people will read tipeech Chapman: Chase Campbl.. Cobb, Colli. Lucie, by the official returns, gave the full numberof I '

of casa< somewhat an.ilogou of Mr Cabell,:111 his t"ltlkwis J>1lishol Constable Cullom, Culver, Cummins Cunningham, doubt not either of the contestants -
to
merit, and the mere matter jrioz its", p. !' the unfortun: nine "011.'e
faith Iilr
1 broken to
In to the train circumstances which \ho l take Djrragh. Jefferson Davis Delano, De MoDilhngham 1
I regard and since to Sf1t
unnoticed, although 1 am in ftct ('I'it:t,1 ciirary !before h.l.r Forid. : Dniel. could have informed the House and wV pre
the above reI is on recon Dobbin. Douglass DunlaFxlsall ,
means prisoners him.
clerk .romxle
suggested therapeutic which the \
I to lour statement, to the claim! ff h: in tnrtss, to people ne er Ellsworth, Erdman Fara sume they did ao, that the vote of St. Lucie was a
ords.
ing been the t firot to divide that muscle in t Ihi I sorted to, I "Lal add a few Many Afott years II Later from Texas Wl X\H'I them to read the communications ,vhich Ficklin Foster, Fri ,Garvin.Giddings.Gi1e8Go- very small one. The balance of the twentysixvotes

; affection, five cars agoete i not th) :it the ao. while a pupil of the celebrated .in I5y the arrival tf the steamship Goh'lslul, have aPlcafin the Sentinel, also Ihe Editorial year, Gordon, Graham since returned, came from a democratic" precinct I I
assisted him
and
had seen in his pnctice the FACTS and Hampton, Haralson, Harmanson Harper Henley, !
into
tho Let examine nct
: interest and of the ca-e I I has Galxtston dates to t (
importance tlerJ many of these ca'e of immobility of the jaw' the Picayune up sides to Hilliard, liege, Elias B. Holme., Hopkins, bug h, in Walton county.
operated on, to merit a detail uccotof forgetting that there are always tWI a qtie\ t Sentinel remarks:
appear succeeded to :) Ut ul.The Geo. S.Houston,Hungerford Washington Hun.J. The correspondent
he so as
the treatment adopted by m.* on that Ot'a.< in which al\'a's and mastic restort Galxeston News thinks that a pub tion, let them read what has appeared on the other Hunt, Chas J. In ersl Jenkins, Jas. II Johnsc, .If Mr Brockenbrouzh had proue evidence of JI
the
both
LIon. should be lo Capt. t Ihe suite. if they choose-l ut we are content if they Joseph Johnson, Johnson George W. Joni the whole vote cast, and upon shewing it had

In the ,ear Id JO, I was consulted! In I lll tion. In one case, however, which occnrr dinner given before Elot ,- rt-ad only the follow in ; on the Hide of Mr. Brokn- Seaborn Jones. Kenedy. Preston King. Lass rence, appeared he had the majority, there i8 no doubt hot
in his practice in IS3'J, that of a young lady man with the white hat Less is, that Mr. Cabell would without the slightest objection -
mother of about 13 'ears e t e,, brou h and the in s who to Lib LeS'rE. L'vin.LigonLumpkin.Macay
girl > tL: ,
a the majority
: from Louisiana, after putting into pay! the the country, as he suffered more in calse: Cong vote :JCcrad. McConn.nlC-] or even reluctance JieldE at once to the expressed -
\\hom examination, I found to be ful him his seat. We refer following sfate. until such evidencewas
'I upon ani-ct. of iho Mv.Ioxer. and of annexation than any one else. The effo i\f ) Crate.McDowell,:lc >. .H.nry. will ol the i
ed with a destruction of the lef
from the commissure the lips to, ion.lt'cr. himself and an assistant using down : record in the office of the Secretary', Certifi Iorsl-Moulon,Ni .Nori.,Owen Parih.I'a'nf. the effort to set all law, precedent and justice at defiance
.;_ tending iiu'taneouslv the two instruments applied I he- about that grtr mea ne are put a Phelps Polloek, Price Ramss ," *
.; \\ithin a line or two of the ascending bran the News in comparison with copies of all these returns with the exception of Perril Perry Pelt.Relic flitter Roberts, Root, Runk.
txiccn the jaws, the operation had to be allan. nothing by El. R.thbun. Rid, full view of the facts which we have fairlyset
of thc lower ja\v, and the anterior in irgin 0: least After Strniejer ott's. very, to the entire ( twentx siotes, entj-two of which were in favor RI'el Sawyer, Scammon, Schenck, Sc Lpr. a II
without the success.
q doned! the masscter thi- ) of Mr were btfnre the committ man. \ Leonard II Simms, Albert Smith. the people showing
,
in/ and '. Hrockenbrongh
mlsct.ccorpanJ tell
extensile loss } waJ; had given the impetus to tenotomy, Thomas Smith Robert Smith,Stanton,Starkweather, that Mr. Brockenbrongh leceived a fair majority of I
foUow.
ult. has the in
IU"t.W(1 of the 31st Washington :
of the lower proxed its utility: in reflecting upon this case: The Civilian I Stewart, St. John Strong. SJke8.Thoma. on. Jame all th' totes throughout the State, we shall see it !
hJ
a complete immobility jaw, last mentioned, it occurred to me, that in thote ins, which may be important to the mcrhantsof B"'mbror'.' L'abtll\ Rrotkenbrouvli, Cab!l.iamhi Thompson, Jacob Thompson, Thurtnan, Tibbati tbe correspondent is right in his conjecture, that
and lower ill : Columbia 22tm I'
15-a ,
which the were kept I ,
upper jaws Trumbo Vance "
free dixision If the adxetitious this city : ; Tilden. Toss na, \\ent\orlh. 'hea-: "
close contact ; m'uictioJ, anJ t"'PI the i itroJuction i in. instances, where a ( binds bad 44 Our commercial friends at New Orlea SJlta: Rnsa. :I 137 :1Chua, l'iO ; 1 ton. White Wick Williams, Woruf. I Mr Cabell would without the slightest objection, ,:

of oHJ! alimentary! nutcrias! I, in. fibres, and ligamcntous : that the tariff of! Walon, '0 blJ Bentol. .. 7S'ashingtonS3 Woodworth, Yet, Young, Yoot-tR3. or even reluctance, yield at once to the erpretted
about the liber do well to remember 13 t'O <:
proxed insufficient to bring woul -I-rion Nays- Ashmun, Bayly, Beding .
rendered Abbt. trill the
opk"I
articulation of
t thus prevented atc c x. tion of the articulation, the next indication :! is still in operation here, and may I I.Jf JaCktn, 3 21 Lt' P 10F'ratiklin. Milton Brown, G. Chapman, Augustus A. p .
conJtioi of thin, : Oran ,'. 20 J Mr. Cabell and his friend the Sentinel, think
: I .
ceedingly of month unless ll I' : Collamer Cranston, Crozier Dar-
imperl'cl. 'lai there not until the latter part next Chapman, Cooke, ,
Raving ,' years, the girl w.!; xxould be, provide W'l' an o'seous here in time to Calhoun, 37 21 Dunl b1 J"', nan.GarrettDavisDixcnDockeryEtlxi inH. Exxin we have unfairly stated the vote, le them refer to
is
articul U. S. Court organised Itst 97
emaciated to a very great degree, oxingdefective anch) losis tle temporo.mixillary : of its (Sm. John" 1" Foot, Gentry'Grinntl Hernck, Isaac E. Holme the record in the Scntary's ofcc. They will find j
I
the abrogatit
nutrition, resulting li'ul the tc.ut.\'I| tion, to dixide at a place tItclion the miseter the question as to" period I 19') 3j t.mtc.a4sAu. t 79 t ;11 John W. Ho ston. Edwad W Hubbard, SamutI ]D, our statement cort. We ask them to examine i
muscles of one or c'en at an earlier (1aJ' Hudson Hunter. Jos. Rln Dam
and Hubbard ,
and crude nature of the aliments which alo temporal all (; 271 Monroe, ill I) 64 t'nol. and publish the result, that the people may knew all i
and I had made II' mind From tin we lear that vas quiet on d.I"ccn 22 P King. Leake. Long Marsh Miller, fotle,', Pet -
; into the ctotnacli. .\!" of both, sides ; up ) .u< I..n. 31)' ) St. Lucie 7 2 the matter from official information.
could' be introduced Fuch the Young Flacco, the Lipan chiel 27. dleton, Rhett, Juliui Rockwell, John A Rockxvel abut I i
both she and bit&arcnt seemed read to su\. to put these operations!into practice a frontier from hunt Little River nd Wakula, 67 S) llilsborough,61 3 Sdon. A. D. Simms, Simpson, Truman Smith, C time misrepresentation was ended.

which would tend to .. I case happened to present itselfto me. In lY had come in a on : : 210 IS3 Stephens, Strohm, Beijamm .
jleiiate i iI Tbibeaux.
mit to any operation, and course of lectures on Surgical Anatomy and the San Gahriet He reports that section i as :ldi"on. : 133 1213 ;Ijt Thompson, Tomb Treway. Wuthrop The following communication has been sent us by
; condition
her icino' e
I distressing I delivered in the winter the I in the first tu, Operative Surgery, a gentleman from East Florida, for publication and
deformity, proposed place
of U. S. dragoons On the loch the consideration of the
these subject
views
mentioned atimade party
I
the of the and scnJIv. 1910, publicly smal Js'j I u35RECAPITULATION cae it purports to give the reasons for the formation of
remedy immobility jaw ; dissection of the of the lateral at Austin from an excursion forty v milesnortl'Fbrrr : up in the Senate on a series of resolutions, a "
wbih
a part : which the Editor of the News"animadverted
.
of I blaliacotion associationupon
to repair operation the ,! or>s ttj, .sultaucc..st'i.\ .a. -o* '.* *- -- -... C...the..r iKn .cinreipurpose been.hail killed been a rellr that Col.the\V. G. Coo, 'Jut '',I n..n.1a. --su.; uM had been l.reilu'ly offered. Mr. Allen of Ohi, a somewhat severely not long since we

ed of taking a (lap fiom the adjoining ) of demonstrating practicabidland fad by Indians Middle florida tl&:9 Itj35FUit addressed the Senate in favor If the notice in a speh
: ) it
leahh have no great objection to publishing particularlyas
of the foundation for it.
I of the section masscU there was no Florida, 1213 VA
rationality
and transplanting! it to the a1lo"t d.s [ uf an hour and forty minutes xxhich was listened I to
: paiLs, muscles in this afiection of im.mo1ityof the gentleman informs us that its insertion had (
and temporal with interest the crowd in the
great by large gall -
cheek. ;
troyed j jIt under certain OTTO OF ROm .-In a work publishe 2c 2037 been declined by the "Nexvs."
is in relation to the operation for reined the loxvcrjaxx', drcumc1amee.c. rif,, He was severe in his denunciations of the b
t ) In the same the case ( some time since, by Monsieur de Manes, ei. 2.:31: ALLIGATOR, E F., February 10, I54.
t ing the immobility of the lower jaw, that I It jear grasping power of Great Britain he insisted that Ihe a
titled toire Generate des Indes Ancicnn To the Editor of .Viws.
occurred in and i in tit .
detailed
wish to call your attention ; and a:. have my practice, 61 notice if given, was not cause for war, that Englar
"
t present the of Mr. Illeazar Parmly, DiFrancis et Motcrne, etc. we find the following account .\.1 JJran.lj Branch 21 I was with mingled feelings of surprise and regret -
e though the case und/r ciuiJei-ation, f-Uf i its presence other in this of the discovery of this very fragrant e\. dare not g t to war with this country on the subje that the patrons of your Journal in Columbia

difficulties, and the Jotul! ossification upon one ant practitioners now is said to have been in Lahore Ihat .2 of Oregon and concluded by asserting that the only! county read the closing phrase of the editorial paragraph \c
the subcutaneous section of the tract.:
side of the 1tlpj-miar: aiticulatioi I city, I I the of the essence of The above statement has never )et appeared i in: proper course to b pursued was to give toe notic which appeared in your paper of the 16th
in the I have above stated. chance to discovery ultimo the of
t masseter, manner commenting upon proceedings a
resulted only I in irneioralion: jet I clain Sultana of Emeror a Wing rint. And ? Because it would at and present a bold and determined front to Great; pub
therefore far I know the rose. The Begum or favorite why lic meeting held in this place on the 7th of January
I was as as MRS
in the operation yhich I then! performsto > the Shah-iehaun, seeking lo strengthe onCc and forever refute all their arguments ,iencealthc.ir rtain. last, and to which you gave publicity. That you il
hue generalized certaia surgical TO 6K.UKST Tin DIVISION OF THi: )ISETtR : Mr. Clayton of Delaware followed Mr. Allen ihould have in a vein of ironical and
irinc- his attaching him to herself by de. coinpUuit and show that the people' ton atoca indulge levity e
in the treatment fvr passion by .
r pIes, and to have b.-en the first, in this al\ I-p TF'IOR.'L MfLCLEs, I sensations conceived the idea of bath. ,hn thout the State had heat ,>' >ing the notice in a modified form and leavtnt ,poiatless' sarcam. designating" us as a body of I
of the lower in those cas ightful Irt' ful/IU/ quasi deputy and that we were "
ete.r immobility jaw
"herit.
the
other country, to divide entirely well mas> in which! the division of the other abnormal lug in a pool of rose water, and had the re. Let. tin-in examine this statement, ante noI optional with the President to give it or not, a : to e3ce arm the law in energy comptent

iiiuscle for that aliHtion ; a as to hat adhesions had proved iusutlicicnt, and where senior of her garden filled with it. Thi I ear complaints of their "right* b1'mg ;mpuntr: ircum,tances might justify. pfition. were remarks wholly gratuitous, illiberal

suggested the formation of an artificial joint anchi'losis at the of the sun acting upon this water, the es. fir" the apjKuntment of their Representative, usurp. 'Ihe question will not be decided for some time for. The language ot the resolutions
there not true rays
was a temporoI -
on tbe anch losud side as : justifiable pn which it contained concentrated r' \t\ an% one. let ; we are advised however, that the resolution for idopted upon that momentous occasion, we thought
I maxillary articulation, a doubtful diagnosi ence ilsefn >f sufficient clearness and perspicuity, to indicate
articul!
o
cedure, when the its teuutjturu.uut.i.illary normal ,the other, existed on that point: as well as the first 10 idle particles of oil which floated on sur But jxs. the Sentinel .the mymiou. of thi. Iivin;; the notice xxilJ pass, but that there is:no dar- *ith appropriate certainty the meaning of the results

lion remained in state, I into practice the diri ion of the massete, face of the basin. At first it was thought that "amI, poirer the spoilsmen and placemen attemp 'er; to be apprehended of war resulting therefrorr'pon )f our deliberations We thought surely that the

:. eidc. 1.d( his matter produced by fermentation l am to tarnish oter and Ionual from the people the real reflection we can see no necessity of such re- apient editor of the News, from his proximity tour j
endeavor
After i, the ligimentou, auJ muscle, and to suggest, ant to bring, \a > little village, would enabled properly to II t
: having ult from such action. There has been ap-
iJc of fetidity xtcnt and nature of a joint oc-
hat it corruption or ; aggravated outrage. !
was a sign
iJ1t' and atlhcsion! about, the formation an artificial joint, Ihi preciate the painful circumstances which impelled j j
almost cartilaginous ; > and t where. perfect anchylosis existed; on one side. but a!they tried to gather it in order to clear What outrage we would ask In it an "outrage1 upancy' of the territory for many years. In a pre is to a course ot conduct,predicated upon the noblest '

binding the jaw111''aJI' ) cfOd., al and where the joint of the other side remain- he basin, they perceived that it exhaled a deicious hat the voice of the people should be heard in tin "lous treaty a provision exists that either nation may: mpulses of the heart, and the purest dictates of tho- *

plying the screw.lexer ( muscles smell. This it was that gave the idea; lections fur representatives ? it "outrage" gionf: year notice of their desire: to discontinu mderstanding.
cf teeth Ihe I' ed natural and the corrc ponding retained I a Just where the laxr
after the remoul some ceased to throw its
:. jaws ; their normal functions. )>f extracting in future the csenct of roses hat those: voters at a distance from the Capitol, I his joint occupancy.. Why should war nlesariy; lucid over the rights and immunities incident protective to
I tenotom
par yielding the paxMul muscle a narrow and the ranit I The inference lo b.drawn from the result jy a process, corresponding with that which .hould hue a voice in the selection of rulers equal nsure J The notice does not prevent further nrgo >ur condition as a society, exposed to the nefarious
between
maseter ', of this case, which has induced me to men. nature had emploed." nth those situated more tonttot? Or is thi! jot ion. nfluences of profligate and designing;men, we pur-

i of thr jaw, and diiide.1 subcutaneoujly I Iron : these and the utrage in the fact, that the majority The subject, it is true is a very exciting one, anc ,>ose elevating the standaid self-protection against
within that muscle hoping that the lion to you particulars, expert Extract from an old Scotch Xewspapcr.EDi.tniKoii con"tilule he destructive and immoral actions of individuals
outwars andidate taken his seat the Sentinel's favorite. ha created a great sensation throughout the country,
diiision would l facilitate the meats pei formed in relation to the re-uniono Feb. over f ho are the very impersonations of the attributes of I]

ation of the fJre. I the ler.. i he shafts of the long bones, would lead us to 7, 1707. who received a minority of the votes of the people i? Yet we have confidence that the matter will b hon latan himself. 'Within a few weeks past, in the iml |l

joint. now applied screw relieve that mere fracture, or section, of tin! Copy of a painter's bill presented to the Then why the necessity of I vrisl" or conceal- rably arranged by the President and that no war wil mediate vicinity of this place, life has been assaileAmder
,
with but the
lever again, con for work done in our Church. the of darkness beta
icera"le 'estry nsue in canopy stores have
pwer. would have been well had the Sentinel consequence.
f jaw: still remained ,, I hecamealmost I inferior maxiat even accompanied by repeat. To filling up a chink in the Red Sea and rentl I roken open and rifled of their contents, our moral
would be insufficient to and his candidate listened a little to the advice oCIii"
ed and has been darkened
evident to me tuow, that the jo,nt, un ; the damages of Pharoah's host. tmosphcre by scenes of midnight
that fulfil! epairing real friends, and used little of his .varnish" THE LATE OREGON CORRESPONDENCE.The and that would
the side where tho iilceration! had mifinatv I >roduce an aitificial joint ; and to To a new pair of hands for Daniel in ihe a or evelry debauchery, reflect, it possile -

the : ,' his indication, the entire cxsection of a por oncealment, ere he attempted to occupy)' a seat folloxving synopsis of the correspondence be- disgrace upon the inmates of a brothel. And
existed, between gl'rwc ) I Jon's Den, and a new set of teeth for the et, after such occurrences, vx e are obnoxious to inmuations -
; temporal bone, and condile! of the jaw. ion of that bone, either towards the angle, 01 ioness. \hich it was well known he could not long retain,. veen the governments of the United States and in the columns of your Journal, entirely

was anchjlosed, or soldered I by osseous mat- :it some other locality, which the nature of To repairing Nebuchadnezzar's beard. nless Congress departed from their time honored Great Britain, will be found interesting and will t t war with the best motives that could have given

tcr, and that nothing short ffiacture or section he individual case might suggest: would be To cleaning the whale's varnishing and highly approved practice on such occasions, of kexvise give the true grounds of the refusal on the irection to the public mind,under circumstances to

of the bono would allow :hc aiticulatioiof l ecssr).. The latest, and one of the most onah's face and mending hely. arm. ix'ing the seat to the applicant, having the greatest pat of the United States, to submit the matter to ar- lies eculiarly, rather embarrassing than the Animadversions, and deserving of the those sympa-

French writers Itl umber of votes, of all technicalities inIhl itration re-
the other side to p'aTho: hopeless am lUtinguished upon Operative regardless
I To a new skirt for Jacob's garment.To tote from the theatre of civil commotion. But the

t desperate condition of my young patient induced surgery, in speaking on this subject, says, a sheet anchor, jury mast, and a longboat Inismcw The first is a letter from Mr. Buchanan to theresident i stidioua editor of the New,. suspended upon the
the
and before resorting xhere this affection ** est due a une rentable In regard to the letters, circulars &.C., in which submitting others. nuns of a dilemna," in his of January the
f to paper
mo ; for Noah's Ark. second i is letter
preservcrc[ The a from the same to Mr. Me-
S Jimton llv tcmjxtral muscle to ink}lose, alors, Tart ne pent autre chose quc the Sentinel ems to pride himself, we have but a )th, stated that the Law is able to provide for our
: to the nf To giving a blush to the cheeks of Eve, on Le, our Minister to England dated Dec. 13th, inructmg icurity." We controvert the a.ssertion..nd to
coronoid one loieaux aliments, par 1'extrac lising remark to make. Good old JOB during his him to make the
wards its insertion at the process as;a pratiqler resenting an apple to Adam. inquiry touching meaning rtify our position we will instance the case of
"
I dernier resort, as was my intention, I again ap ion d'unc on plusieurs! dents. So far, then, To painting a new city in the lane of No. trouble and difficulties',when traduced by pretended ofhe warlike is preparations letter making in that country. hn N. Smith, alias Wm. A. Powell,who e.w > -

the leverandtluejaw ( us authors have heretofore written, therapu. of ( lends, is said to have exclaimed Ol. that mine third a dated January 3d, from Mr. ircerated in the Duxal county jail. This notorious
I gave To the garden IcLane Mr. Buchanan
plied \3)oppOile cleaning afer to informing him that hehad
hue been abandoned dividual[ in the darkness of the night concealed
a on the inner fide of the l tic m"als m's lemy would unite a book! We think Mr. Brockibrough an interview with Lord who assured

I. the groove original \ICI'rliol had produced. Thi! vas an anch)10sis, on one or both sides, at the ( xpuTsion.To making a bridle for I the Samaritan's has his enemies just where good old JOB him that the war preparations Abrden.England had no id m self attempted upon one the of assassination the roads leading of one of to our this citizens place

having been done the articulation of the righ cniKro-inavilary| articulation. louse, and mending one of his legs. wi.he his placed. The reason i: obvious; JOB was Terence to American a flairs-believes Lord Aberen Ic indicted -evtral severe wounds with his bowie

,\s I hare already mentioned, the mere fact x\iseand old Mr. Cab and his : i sincere-still thinks it possible that hostili- nfe, and fractured of
side being perfect, the mo-ith could be openet To a new handle to Moses asktand a : intelligent man l ties in which England would one the arms of the nnfortuite -
putting come-
,- an inch and a half and the pttient: was KC of priority would not have induced me to touch,, fitting hull.rushes. lends it is true, have not written a book but they to> deal may powerful blows against the b prepare individual in txxo places. Circumstances es-
State. blished
} !pleased at the no-c sensation of putting lieu at this time, upon this subject ; yet I consider To adding more fuel to the fire of Nebuch- hne written to much for their own good, and in so and would be likely to do 8 at the commencement. I irpetrated conviction the diabolical in the deed.minds of Cut all.it that was Smith ascer-

I tongue out and the idea of having i lie dcta'la. themselves of the above case, from dnezzar's furnace. doin have asume positions they cannot maintain In the fourh. dated Dec. 27th, from Mr Paken-. I' med that it brought before a Court of commitment

I sight of of which she had no preiious re it; complexity, and the surgical principles Received payment, I). Z. before the people of Florida. We have no objection is sham to to the refer former the, instructed hy' e would, by one of his own clan, prove an alibi;

colecion. that she called for a looking-glass, rought! into play during its treatment of some ----- tht).hlul continue to write, while they adhere to'' hon government. prop'sovereign. or power Oregon for ques-arbiation id thus avoid one cf the plainest provisions of oar
riminal Law.
itcrest, and likely to have a bearing upon WAK !-The intelligent Washington cor. and The wider view
t in appearance, was Pry n.l. a th.ir present notions argument. with a to a equitable division of the the
Many cases analagous to one which I have just
.
but a fracture unitj'es like an incuion of nalogous cases, which, from the frequent ocurrcncu spondent of the Baltimore Patriot says :- the are circulated, the leas consideration will the rritory, and the preservation of peace between thetwo ted. transpired in the bosom of our community in

god and Air (he moment the re-union ol in the country of Immobility of the That there are 1500 applicants for the evils, beafow- upon them. countres. ''ite of the most stringent exertions on the part of 4
The fifth dated
parts of. 3d, from Mr
January is Buchanan
fixed in .ower Jaw, are not unlikely to be offered toIbe ace ofbcers to prevent their recurrence. Frequent
I the jaws in their position, parsed ni> in the two mounted regiments hat( to> Mr. Pakenham, declining arbitration. The Bnth
ce. -
Fences of a minor character,not within the
the probable renuli. JJy the action attention of hur eon. has decided to Mr. of CJre. assumes that hu coming
f. mind a laE ress rise Back, The letter from our Correspondent at proposition England a title to aporton irview of the criminal jurisprudence of our State

I. of the masseter, temporal, and J pterjgoid mus. I hat e honor to be, Sir, oulh Carolina, who is on the tied this week. We learn from other Washington bow.ever of.Oregon, and thus takes for granted tbevr it riolative of the most salutary principles of soot

1 del of the sound side, and their antagonists. Your obedint servant, littee, he is astonished at the number of sources question in dispute; and to accept it, would v.were daily committed before our eyes.
says that the Oregon question engrosses a great the United States from her claim since
JOHN MUUKAV CAKNOCII pressing But now sir. the organization of Asso-
i the patient could now It'.C tlC ja w, and even York J) 0/A 1845. pplications which are pouring in from meri. portion of the time of the Snat". This when dispos- to the whoe! before the arbitrator. This, even iftherc ation, vice has disappeared like mist before our the

immediately after the operation lad power JYr/r. (( )irious and capable men, for the most part, forthe 1 of will leave both Houses of free to at.tend were no other, would be a sufficient reason prning sun. That painful excitement of public
Congress
; ( enough masticate. I therefore gave: her ---- ---- offices in these two regiments. Ho as. e for decliningbesides, he thinks that any attempt torefer ind, which threw a constant gloom over out social

; an anodyne t and applied a loose bandage, and MOUNT HKILI.1 1 Tho latest advices from inca mo that good and competent officers could to the various important business now maturing the question to a third power, would only i.wolve itures. has partially subsided, and a healthy reacn -
I Committees. The session will be it in new difficulties. He still cherishes
of in present a busy > has taken place. No blood has been
Mount Heci shed
J ftudy this Borne- state that the eruption found sufficient for an of live ; DOvs
her upon be
left to ald Ictlaud readily bope that the
I. refecl army controversy be amicably settled.
one, and will result in the adoption of numerous may have been violated; no fertines outraged,in the
iolence. The lava
what complicated CI( Before my nell( continued with great jndred thousand men One would b aptto for the benefit of the ,. The sixth is f.om Mr. Pakeriham I to Mr. Buchanan, :complement of this desirable purpose.

; xisit, the following morning, the successful attempt ins fiom the Koulh.wegt crater in a large think that this did not look much as our easures Stat dated. January 3d, stating that he wi send the an.swer Those wAo participated in the meeting of the 7lh.t .

of the formation of an artificial joint on ream, and had already covered a space of countrymen feared to encounter We notice that the resolution submitted by our to Mr. Polk, transmitted \ by Mr. Bucha- lovers of good order,sobriety,and morality;those

where tic articula.! miles, and heaped up a mass in a plaint war Snator, Mr. Yulee, directing the Secretary of the nan. to the British Minister in London. attires ol society which have heretofore shed a
the femur, cOlo.ftmorl thre The seventh it from the to the ,
same same
TIMBER. In Hon. NUJ to report in relation to the fortifications neces- date oral lustre upon the citirena of Columbia, which
lion become hvlosed, first |1uerfbrmed [ the foot of the mountain, thirty or forty cu. TIEE TO CUT a paper by Jauary 16th, i ir which he argues the question mId not suffer
bd No farm had been de. Pickering to the Agricul.ral .ayat Key West Florida, were on the 9th inst. red arbitration and the President's in comparison with any other county
: ; J by Barton, oi PhilAdelphiit occurred tome bill in height. yet Timothy presented controverting objec. the State. They regard the laws M being of paf-
I and I made up my mind to apply ihn rood by the lava, but the ashes which hadillen society of Massachusetts in May lasted ad adopted. We are gratified to know that our tion. to arbitration-declaring that England lie, icunt importance, and consequences which find no

the iowerjutw. After ihe first inflammatory into the meadows had already exercis- years, whereas those cut in Febra' las. nators and Representative, are truly competent todo rght in Oregon, incompatible He with the exclusive iterative in their enforcement will meet with their
1: principle 2 of the United whether tbe
;
effects but though exposed >justice to their constituents ID the Halls of Con. Sat. uk ompt attention.
symptoms had subsided,I orrlered a ed most t penilcious upon eicially 1'A States i. to submit to
Tf A farmer in that State cut that they receive all due attention (rein their Unie And now, Mr. Editor of the Newt, (with all pro-
; wedgo-thaped piece of wood to be kept several the cows. In some district manyave rcumstances. abircb gre abitio their cam of title to tke whole territory r deference to pre-eminent character moral
uneasiness felt for well-sweep, in May and peeled the tociatei, and the measures proposed by them Corthe on if neither should be your u
Much at
hour at a lime between the jaws, to pre. peri.hrd. u a Oreo tat risor.) permit us remark that, though you be aa

I' f lent them (torn closing, and rtquestP the pa. Ibe duration.of the erupion ai the lava, bark off; it lasted 17 years ; but birch felled interest and benefit of their fellow citizens, aedIlly should make a complete just division the of the whole territory, the arhiitor be-- :otic editorial plant from the healthful moral at*

fre, in the winter season, ane left with I the hark and promptly considered. wphere of New 'York, d* Dot suppose that wemy
.; tjnttO into a -'ion the mu.d, .suuot hen it irceixt aJ\'f ap. I hvefn the two poweri, in accordance with the valuethc.rre"pectireelaims. of

-id" during pu Ik, intfrraU .ui l its remoial, and rro1rlll1 nearer the ciilmalwl: lan-U. tachrd does not last more than a year. The rumor of xxar. and the excitement of the Or. nf He! also mentions a mixed u4nimiisalug' woods fellows"betrueen are right dottheads and xvron"or /incapable RerUeW







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\ ii,tU plea) (, lnt>'In ndicullnz the mcr I the English beating In mid his pamphlet where: TIIK LATE Drer. XPAR BL.'DF. !8TRG.- la)1JlIlli W.c:1 1t I 1o tin'.- -LAM- -- -L\D-- --- !--- -

*" four : oc iation. you are casLin reflectioi he to down the '
aof English na* ai
propl.t. pu ) The lolloping of im. after dale I shall apply to flue It..n. > '
** chauctN of individuals manv of "'hom; ing energy of( his character: they are appre- particulars occurrences c.' ; FOl'Rweel 4 e>f piwd Land, within tire' mite* tt
] associated with .f the I, i iPrlilntflntsl hension mediately the duel) between Mi Prc.h.ale of Leon County for an order '0 QoCUrS
F J.rcj3ic* pro dy ome that if occasion oflVr be will get t. a party <>llowinj: sell the real estate of rwbt'rl I lumpiiruti.. late of .,dI twenty arre ed whieli n tit-am'" :.

I the nr>l" of our infant Stat to Wtal 111 pretensions England bas agrtt Jones and Hr. Johnson are given b) a corrc1pondent !!. I dt'cra"j. Of which all inieresttd will tol.ke I.>r sale at a bargain it applicant if m.de snxi.hixjutrr' .- 0
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county
:: nu 'y ensconced by some fin that France shall hae additional pos.uesioiwhich of the Richmond and k' I at thin nlfkeKebruarx .
( smf Kmrmrer, arc > notice R. T. UmClIldrn'r.? .
"* ,the Empire State, they were doing batte] ( Encland will seize m case ot war) in U j 7. lK4 >. 2O 3vrCRnrLSllIoMXSTOV i;
presumed to be I IVbriwry :,4. ''Hi. :j11 4t
correct !
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establishment of West India
iS tk cific France alo After the parties concerned thc late I f.:. iJ'1tO I LllTI E.
!( jiie and< P'T'-rtJ wt'chthtyektopci 1: ekinc to unprote her Trad Foirrt'xn

:Mtf I through the agency' of our recently foro .lh.Chma The war in Algiers i.a subject e,.ub- tal duel were taken to Upper Marlborough, lot J. n 100 I LIMC, just re. pi;

disrontc Marsh !Bucroid io mu '!b (11.nlM the request of the magistrates, who had refue H.. *> ju-f rereid direct from \"\' Y"rk. ceived ar d for sale by. ,

:*,! contemplate with feelings of indi natioi'j7xeniHis for not, with his pow-trful fl.rCe. being:slate dlo- 1 to take bail n Judge of the Superior Co:n t fMUH"siiH t: r i* tr. li.iMii .;ptirch-sotl tin tntuM. I-I IRI-Stl 1,1't'KUilt I :.\I rLOl R. I). LADDNewi f i ,

; ;, !spirit of 71/11 meanness that ha4 p r4 and d strothese (fh'inl dctachmtnts but they stock ot vat!,11,'r\ if \. m..M"rnsnn now If- DRIED Cl'RRFVls ptort. January 'U f' 'ir. C. 4t t.
of the dec:
J jriifd jour editorial criticisms at the eXlln| i iCS will not afford him the opK| >rtuiut\ of! doms so.- Slate re-examined thu case, and lets for safe all article. u-MialU kept in I that line ti:.; A fin assortimntot (;rt.'tNI'l: nt.>CKPU AR1Ar .

and refinement of Jet-ling Having a InH fl.e\ cal fall buck on he sond. of t Ht dcssnl w here ded that, as killing in a duel was not a capital (:umnrhc S.lIMh, California s''<),Ht.. ale by thai sis:li) piece ur .t>U.1"1., son Ju'f KrcciK .

..:in o CUT midst. we hid a right to export : dil I the French cannot follow theiu.. offence, according to the laws of MdrjIabC, Spanish tin SliaftrxMai d.1 >. hiau'ilul P :MiL U'XRE 1TlClfER'<. I Ha'rNotice. A \"I fur 6aet: tin Ihunix I uilJinpb; J. R. For

course of conduct in our part : and it AMi .- I the parties under arrest were entitled lol Ie HC Columbia t'i i II d. I.l srJPI I.. 11. tune, J"a box?* si1a F nun h:i lirh dairy CI.ee e,
little smcular when we recollect that \o\\ Naval Power-.\jnerlcan and l ulhll.! Boys do. j Ladudo. Ft'brntr i. 1"1';. 29 21 kegs Jjt Gi.:!fn Putt,', .
within the t utts of the State The milted to bail ; which was tendered and accepted --- ------ -- --- hue I tireS dritd .. h l'alnJa .
t1f tnl' editor viable land forces "T rii"i nH .-trer- LU.K'Ii, !:.r.u I Ii. Iiiij'.ry Sulks amiV 'on Har- re H "
meat contumely. "ponthlljnton unimportant when ith and they wore discharged. The sin : 'uurv :'l. 't't. ilAdministrator's -
the dI
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hal th" proper atnel. contraste" I.I't new hf all di"rtr ti n<. Trunks, (rrpet H.:". V:3Ial' -
of public feelmps. and that ton. power of the Lnitt !Wi \ V genus ere discharged w ithout bail on the tirst \\lll'of 1t.1l1 l '1iuirs. h Harness Lca'hcr.l! "|' L'ller. 1"OIT. weeks aOlf d.\te. I shall apply to the tI'n.I ; _

1 eornmitfrd no (wet act of popula the bulwark Ilr geatne, and jet it a|>|-ear examination ]I"\. majribtrates, as there was uo Calf Svins: India Ru!.l>-r Cloth. and all l kinds
t; t. Such was not our intention as emphatic. to be. like our own, 1( tf .ti\ in nuinenriis'rength I lau to hold them. ->addkry h.ird xy .in'. TIlt'I aln xi. artu IIM will! be 'oM I if Jtfltrson? fur It'avt- to sell th > rralrtatr .- All |"r..ns mete!.ttnl lo the estate of John lIni", '. :

c.q d in the preamble and resolutions- and power than in war of lcl.-'I I. a! The second of the "T'iin at ('ril"'('" to-"ii'the times. Also, t> ( 1INI: TOP it Joseph Manning late ol aid rtunfy.. tlct '-:. i. : id. ot I.ron (.itr.xvill make imim.. .

;';ecornon trt pIecaitt in vour bot eJittnal of the will be seen b) the fullming slit, in(nt tr(>i:: tlU t combatant Will arrested without surlicieii ;(;\ .\N'D lhshSIe.: I I 'asttl : araid real estate I ly in? and Iwins ill the con abate LMvnKtit* ; and all the hi. hue chins or
.rPspe'-tinc the sanctity of the law ," ie. a. New Ylr\ Sun :- authority; for there was no alBdant on which] D I: 'WI.I.? |y ..1 I Jl"tr..r..n.11| |xrson-i p:ttrt''tui will t..l..e n.al.ds. as 1II'.t: "..t tiitfn I hot IIt"ttlt'm'nt. to .

tc the member* of (.u Association, ia an se s of v.tr carr\ in;o'r ..'aiiuin .. to base \\arrantunderuhich he was taken N. I I. 1 "i'.111 III: ,f ail k.ets! clwlt' at -h..rt n"tir.Fe ", due notice thereof lqmnT: ? ('. III Tit" r. UILLIM. IIAnSdininiitrlor !'t

"Ir talt It IS a s od medicine 'nit not IdlP commission in 1'14. .... And after his while affidavit "irti 'rx .i' : 1 1'. :"I I 41 I jJe !'ersonCo. February 7, l ISII'i. CJ 4t Adin'rSIX .\ Je banit non ;1.
l tb< healthy: condition of emr community P.uildine in 1-14 "!I discharge, an am -- ---- --- olice. J"'IIJ'r-! 'tsI'' 2s 2m.
A Ol CLUMRI t. Ill ordmarx in 1"14. !:. new warrant were being prepared (art which i"14lC 1.I.en'lI 0\ .1.\;. -
CTIZE mouths! ann date I shall ap .l\\ to the I.n.! ;; .Sea Island Silk Cotton S 'pd.--
t) arrest bun again, hit made his L ('ajlt'- : n.\* r:T,.;uni. per I'nj Ijreh !r..in N r'oik \\ ,
\ AR1 Uc t.f l'roiaiu! I..r Jt Peru county fur I lI'Ut'r" llL ut14rribcr his hard abotit TWO HI V- t.i
/ jflcthodnt Conference Total ll1l"ll. !"I Last night (iho Jd instant) the partita reuiined : aid 'hu"\o'r h linn irom \0'\\ Or!. an ot duinissmn is the :\Imlill'otro&t..r t.f Jacob "arlt'r. I hUFf PrsiIFI'! on of suusrier SJA ISLAND .. :
pco'id annual of tin Englitali \i-asIa\ 0 war cam ins Tbe ? Confercpct( in and l out ol "er' ice i. lr4 j, 5 Vllluildini to Elizabeth cit', North ('arolin, when par, \\.11. I lra: iih I 11'"lr.1 aI,1 c.>ni4.lot,. .a.-ariaea Lute il said c'-IlIlIh. dctia-ed. 'h 11 K ('orro( f ( JN SRI:?). winch If will tell at -I 'If '. .
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t'thwfist Episcopal Church, South, closed at ,, in l4i, (il i they, reside, and the; corpse of lr) John'oi of Iron, MM ih.1 \. II.. iribriun JOHN" RFFM\\ a..lwl.l Hit ci>!ion l.r"dunt11.l.t. teSt i- i.I a -"|>rn !

on Monday e\ening"iast, after a Coin id ships \.c in !(lir in IMS. 1.;:: was ut the same time taken to his frieuds"'I'hae ? !I. i-l,;. ::1 I I.Iu J_'tr.'oaaei_COM_ _tft' r an :I' II-; i.m 90 r uhuaLit!, iff/tilt. _i Idd. out !-.t5) II*.. u'.td cotton 'r '
\Ianuccllo ..
\\ ar .te4uuiers in tu 1M5, 4;, Notice.I I hi.n acre to tie btst landn\ ant xxi Kn I1J *., .Iij
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of four da\k. \\ e hate been polileli War fl MUier m l4.i. .o'i'; recclm'! J. I mast, aj plx by tie Gr-t of MarrhJOHN'_ ; :
trssion ) :building Baltimore Sun speaking oi (hot flic t Ij H. I'ortui. I :'\,'r date 31'1.li".ai'.11; | w ill U made !. C PHOT: :

"is d with the following list (f appoint[ American It'a.tU :and. i.c.llnr, lor lionw tntrchant.'it.I" :1 the recent correspondence (;ommumcated b'',' 1 I I III I I I In. t..tr.1..I.r..II. .ui J I Hani.jial':: ... t.1 i ::.111- Siyyetks) : to t'l' Jlle if l'ri.utrs! c 1' Mineral Sjinncs January : i. I"4R. 2. 'tSIN ;> J

: lramei a a*jilM President Polk had that :1II" dn ... 1 Mae>i-iu 'iiuiitb. for letters of ntin-itratioii 1 un tl ".f
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the sear : <' in afl.wt in ]"!. upon s : -
B-ntsfor present \\ar. > (e I tlof"d.
tlntel : small 1 I..t i'rune Lan! estate ef Flias'Whiddon. late ef dud nmrtv i iH uiIce. t
I District-Reuben II. Lucky, P. E. Thc Oregon correspondence came upon tin Small a-isorlmtn ol eboice Hran lies and Uii :.IAS \\Jlll1l0) Jr1el.rairy r r1.
Qttiiuy T.tal 11;.. : months after date, I shall pnsrnt m% heal K* !
in t-; stock market as a clap of thunder-and tin 4 bbN silvern; .r 'li>iiona'n! \l.i.lu'\! .vlebruar ? 7, I-4i. 2i liwj'1I'tfponrdSr I.j.I ..
Wm. W. It. tie and vfMK'hers tr the Hon JutLe "f FroHttc -
war of 11 1 I, tht State Nan
Qtancy G'rifn.Albn : Unitr passage of the notice bill in the House, lIya *' .M?I. h1i.:1::i ililsha :.
avid fair thr ( tl JeHrs aid
Geo. U. \'a almost the same in pouer resiurres that "t I Mtunlfiif ill ..IIarrls.SlicritI's. in iintT ;(flv
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Prat.B1lJ i!at prt-sont upland has Mtraintrs i:(,%% and w,. tote of three to one, has rendered adoption I'otitoe. I fur lisrhartri as .\dniirii"frati Jr Itutm rum t f tl etriUte -.l
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ohn SlaJt'. hate lone, or almost none, that (nly has sIl) we rna) say, certain in the Senate.. .Slatt nIc.'J of Jar.e-s Full, I late ct said ct iirfr. dettnstdUM f
the ad\ .ltln t'ST received: 1>\ J. R. IR11.'NE, 2 table l 1.traellow ) Y yirtll of a Writ if Iin fj>-ia.. I"ill.l fr"!> D1TD a
J. Dea\our antaie ol us. But in \\arwt' ca 'turcd- and city loans have retrograded several J
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62 Lrttish national %CSaal pei \ lii.hah'otatoessu.l.cted for Uo irar;et. I) tlieCltrk's ot'u rot tin Circuit Court fir tl' J.frr..nf'e m!'y .J:'-'lu. I't';. jn 'p
%, till I
GaJ, n-James Harris George Aruou.WaAuJ1aCSley 1'tlO merchant \easels satiafjctonh cent since our last report, with large sales. lebtnar\ 'fl!J. l I' I :. :r County l.t 1 LeN Middle C irciut ot }londa, M htreiiliaiu -- --
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counted There was but little disposition m.Lniti'otctl Uojierate - \\' : Han.I't'tt r-\. Dnrve.,, J<.lin Ouc. rii, J.,. 'CGOO1J '
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W. in Isirt or TO 1-ltlXT.Uoi.
Adams. tle.lro<-tI. rtjn' at the Board visit.idu.. but at ndu R I'l'iner and 1 sate N. Ranktu are plai niFs, aiHinry .' TCIHI I! : lIb-.cribcr havejiist rtceivkc! ty irnj J\-

Spring Cm I: Misiwn-[To 1 he supplied.] 31 -* uatit'lhl l \t-! .ilt lust At SeA ill ecu ced rates." Type pnnwtry i,' /rillrr"ITi>,'ii i,z 1t3vtliena", I IM,i:d defendant! 1 lia\i. l ts i-d) ii;/'.. and _fi.itmu'. fri.rn New y. rk.

juenceol the rHIIH I I 1: .u'!!*,.II'KI ::1... e opt.ned a new T pe I I'c ur sill f'XMN'| for sale be.for, flue Court House dw'r. I ''x"tr7 Co'tinl"!.s'.. ..*sort>''.
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Laic Jaciton-[To be Fuppliul.] "50 .. tnechant' elscapturfd by \tnc- Jl dis intiieiitxol N.\\ \ l>lkwllr.' linear 1 in thee city t>f T f.iiUha.eoii Monday the :d day <.1 I'' I 1.-*i fiec"; "rill'bfe..1 patternlo *. I

Dz.ctrici-P. P. Smith, P. C. ricans and! rtcaiit'iit-d 2: ,H21.veci TALLAHASSEE VIIOLE ALE PlilCLS V( I RBLM. re.tt Iv. to "uj'\'\\ "rd,'r. t. aii\ i \ti'nt. l f..r an\ kin; .1 1., February nexl. as al lieu le:al hours, the foltiass inc dicr '- I \I variety til fancy. IJr.G. osirl,.

1aawsrr .- JII'I' lam\ I.\ ;H, I.IK ['.i15 r. Cdoot.H.; .'; -, ':r.. .Ix-d rojt'rtt..yyit : .eb vx e iffcr: Ion ..1.! at the b.wt.,l rnce*. .-

-C. L. T. lake. : : ,. Grand total of -*--lPIn Corrected UetVlj' h>' tarr, I las. Kill SfI; ,.,1'111:11 l | : ,1!" ( "Tup.',111.! StllL... Cla.-.., hutS No :U :t.:. :f7, J*, :), HM.? |teas ud I I. ti.- I I'l. I.. & II RFLMTB1.; X tO

Icon-John J. Richaid that war our merchant t<'nace was gUlls.little inert -- -- --- -- and t\ir\ aitiei.. IK..e-sm ...r. I'nntin. Of.'c' iMli- ss lila t appurtenances ind IInpru\'e'1'It.| T. 1 I. 1.. i: I

than half it* present M7e, \it we sun oil .!." Jr..nR-Go, 2*, aU lb- r\ |I'C'. filch art last in new m> (iJ-! *. fr"mon thereat all Mtuated, I ly n:jj and being w hcrr tKe! di ---- -- -- -- -- -- 5a
G. Clulds. "I'fl\ '
lt 17c resides, the ori-MiiM z'1 liii ot tl::.- cit' LA> DiAM I'on SALe.
TimaJ/c-Shor leers which with 42 national tl. tf CA'fDLEIt-Mould, a cut a r' 1It.t..f iriatri\e. vxilb dt-ep c'.tiietir-' It"ud.lllt n..w in
.jfoniccZ/a-Gideon \. Mallet.Madam ; lured Jlrj ol theuictme>-tl't-s" war, caj- Sperm. t* a -lOc warranted t'llM' urpa-sexl b% "11.it. ',* n ill i h, -c.d! tl Tallahx-ei'-*lso. lit No .. t,f st',' 'l'(. TlN.i 1 ::1 \ I desirous to eil mx I lantati on l.tI.eo Jitf1.

Should another war with Con :.-*l tIe city ot TaU,.- a

-John L. Jerry. linni'iliatelv, it would be impo'Jihlf'to Lrplaiid come upon Ui IfavimnaGreeua, 9 a !.lf l'r.se.s lurni'lwd steal al,, SIt'.II1 Jn. -Mini upon arf tin prop"r'y t>f .aiddi t II ndan'urti 1 a"*', with ab ut i'" acres tf rlraird latd: TLilann .

Hamilton-H. .\. GrirHtiTroupcdle suitable Na\ to meet the force hich our jiita jmpan onist a Rio, J. tt l 'cLaguira ;inf'21. of the io-l aj;1'l'rt'H'tlp.ltlt'tnl. IH. s..11 to sltisvnd|. writ .. Ii.'n faciasDertmhtr I l 'lieye. is pi'Tiit'ed tu, b* orient' the n net
rot I" a lie Ct.UiHr4itlol| Hollers last lair I'riltters *?iu. A. .*.. .rlslll. shrift". fertile in the state and has prodiK--1! a" mocha cwttm
(( now engaged in a war in Eurj5.[ as toll"tS in
-John H. Bryan. 1"12-'14) could direct against our coast. Ihc commercial Java It. IVrone's :\ IIIt.'Ch i III-I -n-taiitn in atttndalx t 1"1 j .ur! Cotton 'rd. and corn I.. tl e acre ]HT bind a.s an% in the Viuii,rru

Warrior .Vmion-Thomas Ta\lor. marine_our fine packet ships aiit sjilni'j -Ordinary to g." rlipjjcrs concerted into lie' would be > 1H(;CINO-%ew Yotkpet \\rd I'; a JlKentuck ol X"UIal't'r"iI.; will hiS! l'!!rii. ti ncaiinuclttigie 200Son IH:I.N. first ipiality, utile .tvH' ", Iii the culture ut 1 Su-jaron the mo-t mditftrtnt c.1 the 2
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I Mission-[To be supplied.] m.ill source of ill olltlisn! acainstthu \ 14 a l" ,'- their tiiM I un iiint t" hi,n jn i. th' rtfi'i\nl and for sale byR land, which had idd..d Itn crops of cotton and (*-
power iK.rations '
.Vtrnonm//f ins.-J. "-. \AI br'Jgh, P. H.eirnansrdlc commerce ot the cnt 1JI'c could s<'nd out India i(' a rI.LI aln'\' .i iv n,oiil'i! *' i i.ertl i'i ill t heir |Iauilsr.. sod ..lIll II. Kr:KR.V.. ( 0. i of corn: off of 2a arre fl h sli"ads! i.f s .ar and

protal h one tli .u4and ol ||ne lo.-l tuililii: 'C.tU, Ropf;-Kentuck% .1.rr Ib .;! a 1 their pa ers t" ni'aiti! !MZ il I" (lit. >. Jann-r. 11. i-l 1 I'; 1* _- I;H>" pa'lonsot M ilii'ss xxas m." .. is ilk a wottlenUiih '.

-Thus. W. Cooper. and with the aid ol small ngiiu-s and |I'r..p..Ut'I"[ ,""uQf Grx, 9 a Ui: OU.RrInn; "t. N. Y -- --- Nolue. : Tl.en' !, u,.\\ :t-'acrt-sol' rao .u r jie. whiehxxill .

Columbia-G. C. Clark. I them would |'rubabhf\ lujfrrior to aiiol thejigliOi HANGING TWINF, J" aht.oriaemtcrn 371\ IV'iniar* 'il t I. !M.:. :.1 t ;.ui OIinonths I after II ate. I shall |'.rent to the h Ilull. : l>e xerx d."iraMe tt a settler The clfared lirid

[ war 'teainfp> that are now in constant comDiinication \ per bhl t"i '* a J Ju J leo' n: l'rl''Salt' I. r Jt.1'r"'JII County, Intill.l I has been cultivated tn tr Iri-riZ'-ntal j Ian, and l,asstisfitinitl
Santa Fee Mission-Francis A. Johnson. with our shore.as merchant pa .. Halt lUrr.i 4 aIi sale m-mdl..iall'iti.-l.x 1 I \MI I :L 1 I. \II"Wj'urt.llr }. I fine hast arid tilth and
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.Vram Mission-Ilobt. Ilourcn.Bcnton FOR : .I! G."t.l..tt of said! C.tmty. dt<- -.- : and shall theap' vat ion is now in u ca-
Ct rn meal, ;eT buaijel IautAIsCnrnbushue1 /I mID:! ) I.siN \RS). lalltha-( 'h _\ palm-. hf producing a* much ss It did when hrstrltand
SAM : :y fur letters u: dnmision assu rtininistrateiJr"i
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Mission-John C. Le) last saihns brig hope 40 a 50 sec Jtniur. > ::!, I'sJ"*. !. snnss: : fRI1)ERS.; I I Ptrsins de-s:rin: such ai t'"btc', aft'r.-
1I0w..e. captain Shaw at New Orleans from lia\ana, 75 it. The terms ot sale will be
$ tn
Hdkbortmgh Mission-J. W. Mills.Oranpc left thee jn the J th ult she left the former jM>rt ( ISM-Mackenl Oats N tt. I.-IWI' baa r..I. $1:1 a a 13 ".\!'<)I)O\ SUTTON a.t.i.I.r.: : r-on t'o nt\ January fI'>. i I.'l.,,_ _j aim_ I.I e\trcmelv quextrd liberal examine i' 1

Mission John Penny.. only twehe dais before, with a rarco tof flour but it .. .. a. .' balt bbl. ";i tI ct-ittd! (Iii eel In in tuba and loril<. 1.J.. Southern Ilarinoii !; JOHN S. sHFPARD.Januan tk

West-S. P.-Richardson. icing impossible to di-jfose el it t-a\e: at a Iean. I 1. .. r. Ia JeST!"ORTlNL-a Miull iuanitcl| lellt1Ju. 1 ? (} (
Key acritice it wasall brought back I. eiphtb bl.l 24 n fine C TI\I! I)1\TO MI: :!1), worrant.tl f. b,. gen I .J\\J received "ad liar ole t by.

St. Mary't Dist.- Alexander Martin, P. E. Below we give a letter from tin. correspond ot 'a J, .' barrel lu a 11 nine. \.y 1 1-.1"1-? I 17 P\. 11.\\ \\ .\RD. I CotiattyTAXCOLLECTOR'S
tile I'lcatunt who Iii IK well l inaU ,
appears tsitiit ii ----- -- ---- -
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.4 .4., hall Ii; a : KIt.S oI.ln- ---- ---- SLE.R .
St. that pertain to tla atlair and! rnt'r <'rit: if .... ,: : (Ir"lII M/mlay ill Marth tint.ittii 4iI
Jlarg6Grham. I1t't"riras. 1, barrel Ij i o 7 _\lidiil It'rc.IIII a !1.\\ \\ k- .r i aSii1cfirl \ yirtne if tlt. autliori'x yt.ttd in me by law
\' Santa Anna.and his 'J>'CulatwlI" arid ruin I I. half Iwwl 'tj aI Richard .\tta.s -- > Shrrilf's Snip.y I
and will
JabMrile-Jtlhu I heave this diy lexi"d uion exprwe to .
ion Mexican politics are said to be th""e of one II'DJt-I r\ lb. 7 a S TOO COT:10:N SIIU.l :l warranted 10 !tic tin reuarti : I
Low. ptt froi front ot the Court llim. in the
Nassau-James N. M. "Lo speaks not idh. and without one fjnnddtion \ i f tvyo yyr Not ti..tI''l-wvt s net public sale in e, county -
Grten, 2 aIe <'It', Call rfo< n, it %"u wi..h|I to be >lIl'l'hccI.| ; B Florida
for what he I'a\s : the "It'rW 4 olfu'e of Ihe latt 'vrj nor Com t Uakulla, Slate 01 ,
BedelL F. Stewart. Deer Skins S a lOc i 'tt>rii2.rv, 11.I fs3.! :."
f"ori.i.
Rrn"rl'lahlon H \\ANA Jan. ;". Is4 1-"I'II.f"CMll1h ufiadsdcn. Midd'! ttmtu. ct next
iDiar 100 -- - -- -- (hJ thfftr Muulay in August .
12c --- -
Hdmcsrtlle To be supplied.] Pic-I bait jj-t time, per hope 111)\1-:. to .Asr.perlb.. Vcst India fault and CIK:.*. and to me directed h..n'lIlhll.. Jud-on and? Mill I
"
.1;.MI-Uar. her Ib, S aaATHLuhlartucss XCo arid Edmund I). How( between the u.ml 1 ho.r, tkr! fi>!luw;ag ritv.(! o
drop \o\i a I lew hne 1 learn from an unimp.ch.- Judson are plaintiff
Warcxlorousn-J. W. Carlton. ble that Santa \nna is nukinc | per lb. 30 a rT"1HI: undersisrntd hare |ust rere u ed from ChUol..1 and Day id! U. llolloman are d..f ndant'. I IhayeleyienH Parcels of land- xiz :
source tarPt1aratuutoaturn Sole) 2; a X % ot Iruit eoii-istin.. ofoRANf Lot number '.. containing .I"-I acresand known '
tiuintitv tht ( Hou-
sale beiore urt
; far
D. Rus"ell. to Mexico lie lea here on >n. ar:d wI1l1l11? 1 < i < .
Irrin-A. anticipate > uu Upper, pr side &li a 1 16$ >, PINE \PPI.F>. door ill the t wn of Quince on Monday tl.e :AJtLif \ the Rican uryi y acct,rdin<; to the tiiwunal sm'l" .
tht. th .h
10th month the Bnti (
Clynn Mission-J. Carravva>. \eraCruz or ol This next will howeier, in steamerr much Dressed I>ttr Skins 75c a $lj nA\"J\ .\SXn PLANTAINS, March, Hl I ;. within Ii,, al h irthe fulioyxirdc'srnbec' male by .\! H.trtfitld.) Sun e'.r. <. jBhlptj number ,
L. White Jr. : depend a Sheep Skin. SOc a 1tsiBen which they oiler for sale wholesale and retail to yxitI'nwn : 12. 43. 44. r.1. "> >. :.1. W fi 1, 62 Bfc "0. 7'',

St. Augwfinu-D. upon his all nee, to arrne j I.t'r steamer e>n the "th ; tier thouiand feet, :11 a !*> They have aLso received a small lot of CIGAK, lots property III the tOWII of (l'IIII\' known and de- .0. "1. containing each 3;i<> acres. flHlKrwn' and 4 a

The next Conference to be held at Quincj hut that he returns there, and that erv short h about too :iIoL\ ''t.!. I er gallon, 2J a NAILS nf very superior ijualit The Fruit th.y haven. tinjuishtd\ a Ian ot said toxxn by nutrition.0. .i deseribtd by said! niimberd aceerdine oriemalsuryev .0
relv There other Jilt |'
ou may upon are on X Ib, GJ a 7 hesitation in saying, is as fine as any e,er befit motl" 10a Ihrtfii"Id. urtevor. All fie 'I
the General per and '.'I. xxith the im,>rovenKl.ts: tlitretm .
to
appointed hot j tum that I fir what tl worth It ..udthat
Delegates give eare is The Cicari will be sold III alx, de.cnhi.d lots nf and situate. hill and hi t
OIL" A>D I'INTS-"sjx'rm. tr gallon, tU a 1J IIP wht, to this city Levied! as tile |l'r(l'l'rl e>t jid dcftidaid! VP :
Conference of the M. K. Church, South, to j \1.1. is much sell the exasperated at the doun of a afterlie lewTailors L.n-pe-d. 14 a 1J ';|Ujnttti- "it I. rrl,:_r.. and to bv sold upon to Wtt"l.otld| writs ft tit ri tariis ill? in the n unty of \\akn'la' on the west side ot
to country ta
\a. R. H. Lucke foreign jxwirs White I.e.td. |KT keg, pure, 3i a ,ALSO lunottteSCIIlJVDAlI: <,iVRF 15. C. \VF.'r.t.:1.nft: \\aktiIURixer, hems a p" rtion I"f What is kn<>xnas "
held at Petersburg : tincefso; much blood and treasure to achieve t
b .i'4" >o. 1,3 a : & D\MON. 11 l.1'i I.y J-wr HIF. D s oibtV Purcha"', and lex led upon as the .rtperty
Janmn
and .Alexander! Martin. dependence His return to Mexico ill l he marked '{on-IO ,IJacon Hams, \r lb., 11 a 12* Ft'iruarv! 1 It, I 1-1.. :tIVote > : of the Apalachict Lard C< m any and wall ** soJd "1
h y an entire chancre in Ins pola(\ The nited .. ---- -- ------ March arid Court Tax icr the "
ill th. State
Sites} 9 a 9iUcf -- --- .".tit' fir"! Mjnday Mil.Sheriff's tie siti-fy ir county
informed that handsome sum if her Minister! i 1. of the n'ht
\\ c are a \ tales, stamp villecame '.. t4
l.osl.rO Wakutla f the 153
'cr' \Ihi |H.r half bbL Eo a Q Sale. of "r .year

was receed for Missionary purposes-oerf .fidui 1chaf'6-fnr money lie will adju.tthe LTherSack; :, 2 a 24OAP Texan boundan. and cede Calif.rnia. fieri facio.issitd frau
of
defending if writ ;
virtue a aknlla ('o.
Tax Cd
Slift and ,
7crnAKsew I
being collected.Our .im- -ll tll hi-- ('ou-itrmen upon the plea) that this ; pcr lb.. a n<.te c! hand 11IUd b% Hevtkiah Jerkins amaTa'le B the Cl..rk' office of the late Superior Court fr officio
fmA
tfl lb. iuiar22. [. !] 1M'> :27
1 hOC
lot a
Orleans fur -fi\'t'
tier to c. C. AI.x>re. nr Searer: !'\eiit
\ja-- the utah method It It te prescrxe the iuttffritof > for thect unty of ( uede1cnl1uddle District of I'Ioridiavid _. :,: _
Me\ I the Republic to resist the insidious attacks ot I'oriCT White Ibnnna. 12| a U lollars due on the first ot Jinnar\> 4". AIII"'r. directed where Lamer and C ee are plain
>
naval force road*' to concentrate upon; Double Kenned Loaf, Ifi a I"" berrbcantioiifdacairi.t tra iin>; r air tfo ah',1' to me .\cln, Itt 1st nl I 01'S Nsa h ice.
I l'l Cabinets UI'11 lier litxrtie and to jri.ervi MiiKar.' I titK, and John .A. By rd is defendant 1 have lex inIIH .
tc,. I" a few \\ttk.s..ho\}trial ide ao.uml. btli.r- Lump a will 'IM .tl't'f'"I. and ,te,>- taken tri'tain .I. persons indebted flee estate r>f John ca.n-
(rom return t. tl hI' Sj jm>h \"ke. which thc\ lint. pavment and ill ot tar sale Injure the C ourt Hous<
a er '
the
II, yy
> .
e" { is t follows. accordins to : "FAS. arcordinstn jualil\ 7V 0 &1. rf'nt'w.1! ot the -ami. Dated I e'!!niarI I II.I. ders. d..ccad. late of IA'un untx rel, 'r..t.Y
Ihat. a \I( mdjthe d
uobU threw oil and their of :
tor tain a the ttwn
'.n position iron.: door III I.lUIlIf"un
I' '
H- : 'TOB.\o.a"cordintOluaht 10 a .) C. ( "nolir.. I notllit.tlln make iiuuied j-virn-nt It. lL! uwkrmid ; I
the Gulf under Cvm Canntr'gCommand I tilt. nati >iis <.' this earth a> an indqxndcM rw 'r i -i ;. It.If Mirch. l-lr" xx :tl h.in 1 Ial; h"nr;. the; tolloxx- claims azxirst ;d II1 Ii I-
t t" Id'I
: all
> Squadron in Leaf 4 0 V* Pi.! I t, 1-1 I T 4f I ; and persons us n
J.a..dthlU..t either .ide with the tun'i n u.rx ill; clt"'I'riho d "r"l't'rl to-wit :
I I : p'J\\c'ro \ViMow Gu*"--*' bin. 2 0 4 --- -- --- ,.-.f;itt. will present th. m -tttlcmtrf "it*>;ptuni t>.
with Santa \liiia Jf I 11. rhexi thai) latter. Uotli- Ixx bx the name ol Sam. a1.I'lI"H'nt'
GUM SKI 1 III; A tiugro .
No will b httd
10 h> ''. 21 l S J ii's-r IM:( 1:1r\> I PilII i i ROM ii.uN-\ i\\\ |1i u.rrtr d bx lava 'it this notice pl
tile from takinir therein il .
huM *- f
can x s '
32 2l\ IIIt" prtttnt rti t ai: .
; oi r.lmotL. IMt\' 1 Ii, if'a 0VIHKFT in ;ir f their recicery.'a
5ooJ' ,'a John AdamI. 22, [tncdictn] .1J.*. II. lurmer nothing can resist the 'rilo that .Santa Yl a "Ii; j. ic. I'OUT\, hcretifirt. lex ie-d upon as the pr,;,'r'x' i.f !ud drfendint J.uns >j. '-:mRS.cr. r.

D.. St. Marj', :.and <>4S.eimer : :ana wilt rai'- for lih! 2 6"1 and 12U'S\1(. formed on tht subject belie\'" that t ht. people ollexiro HEm! 20,000 :t'.odl. B_ C. V'LST, sVnfTJanuary -
Mississippi. 1--
Bri Porpoise 12 carronadc I\ : will be content that their: couutrv. share tit corJ'ox. conies in slowly and pricetenlin.; I I- d.z. bttles a".rlr'd S\\ :\H\TS.: :U. l9.hli. -'- J5yJ\wr- Hi> r.. 1) s. !\Iw HOOKS, A(. .

Do Somer*. 10 du. (.t(- 411 ( ".cr ownwards, and we ij'iotetrtlues 3 a .>4 1. *' <.work ..") Ib* S|'ani-h f in tain"n (illK Ol. \1"1:. -- -- --S-- I nI"u'tVNSF.Nf'S Bible, arranged in historical and
Tax-Coleclor' :"fO.
10 (to. er> w.ltC'lcC"e fo tlf' bi: with events in this Y market niaams flat.CoParlncrshlp.. 2 kegs uLI1! :_. Male _1_ chrontilojiical order in 2 vols oct, .I
her w ar.52 9Ts attd 61'814 istrat.fed countrv, ngtiatit with inttre- 10 the rl.l- I'> dozen G.\l"\ JI'U.Y.: BY y'mine of the power seated in me bv fo&w.I "ha;. utrtnng9 of Christ, by A. 14.-.na. 4i

DJT.uutnc. *5J h-d Statesourstruh] AnirtASPLCOF I"ct>ruarx' I .1. !fsfa! ; :.11 ''(,' for ",1.. before the Court House door II ViMialtontreHorse.Dr Lardner'lecturesIt N"cTnier .. e .

1 States 52 I IIEunl'nil) nrd. Ilavillj I ha- day aiuw ia,4 lI..n. the ritv ot' TiiU..ha""I'f', count) ot k'lII.On ** life of Napoleon, % Nos., ,. f

The wholo o' the aJxne f.irce. vh >n conriutu-d, \VAR-Iieut Urn Smith nr Cam- rI" .then together under (the' firm ol S'| .\R. For Havana. the firvt Mtnday ill August next, The I hambearer, Coopers last work j.

vould prent 204- l\n5. and about24'POUfficcrs.eea- I I L.riU and Miislapiaaii; I'illebrown.of the L. S. Tsa\) LLOYD and LAdG. will mtinue I to mircnnlileuMiicss : fjsf.milinz packet hoonrt the f'iMtiwinc! |'roper tv. or *n much thcreot a.sxiliiytht Oltonnithue l Charles Lever

nen and maiD true hither mi Sunday from I'ensart; for the purIlOIte at the Store 'lormi'rly occupied| by U. F. Till.\\T.\I'," R S. Hiilibint! Ma- State POA due on 11,esaine lor the .ear ": : The challenge cf Barletta from the Italian nf '- a

.Vapaforce on the H V,f toatt of ..WrrtroNo I of recruiting sailors for that dull Mjuadron hOW 1.I,%tI. where tiny will be pleaded to see their l.r- ltr, will Ua\e about! the lol'i of tathinonth P[ W i. N U 4, S I". T z, R ., N and F-. adjomintland : Azcjjlio. t.ltl.ltI or tie, Fanatic, by HenxichStillnc
Guns 1'ei( sic/la A drat of seamen Kit this citv \fsterinurniuc Tlie A isionarv. by Srhiller,
at mer customers M. STVRR SI. Maiksandpalailucola.- -. Inionjii'ig to ('al.l R. \V. Williams owner aol
Frigate Savannah, :.* 1 ,da.\ for the Mjuadron %v. F. (LLOtD Fur onl\ apt 1\ to J R r'OR I INF:. Onh a Fiddlerandthe AuthorDaurhter.by Marc

Sloop of war Portsmouth, 22 I \Ve presume thurnay be considered in sinCe sort lebruary 10, 1 11';. :41 F. H. rLAC.t.Notice. .. Februar 1'tHalp* I II. I 1M<*>. ::1" Phirnix Uinldinj. "'The JSF. 4. S 13. N F. 4 of \ F 4. S -M t.X Hi.witt. The White Boy br JIrs S C Hall .
Do. Len;, 22 a con'irmation ot the rumor that the government is --- \\' The Foster Brother, edited by Leigh Hunt,
I -- -- --- -- | of N U i. S 24. T I 2. R i. N and h.V A, s 4,. .
f) Warren, 21J bout to deal more ftuinmarih with the Mexicans ::ol rf'. s 1-. N U 4 of N U 4, s i l. T i. R J. N and E; S Knights ot the Seal Three Night* in a Lifetime. .
.
)o. Cyane. 2iFricate I. It' is said that important despatche-s" acre recuilleeived ) A LL person indebted ti the estate of \ilexrL nl111I1" IV JlIi N W 4. S Ill! \ U 4 ot isV 4.S ll, T2. R Tit' Jtsuit edited Hr C. F Lester ,
there at \ra101aIll lfIIl from Mexn, i.d that the f tiatiret his alter date. 1 "llIprt'"c.1I1 T be White Mae, Maps of Florida Book of Law
Constitution ) I IDu. deci aetl J. will N R.iNandE, .
of Jctlcr"on? '
ordere Brooks, late County SIX urlur t. the' I IOT! Jnd'e il I'r"?bate .r( :1 1 fNand E; Sjof 14S21T2: ,
sessions v Almanac for 1* 46 Albums Gold
several F.rm.meriC'au ,
had held U.J..IUUIIcret
there conerniiij -
comic
nortl.-
on ( way rn.kl' immediate paxmrnt to tht subscril and .1'I dismission ntuatitl} King and hems about fifteen mile
tatters asdmini
Conge and fir
-.tU Cotint, apply ,'.
th) The of the &
matter Pens
-
: 'm upshot we sUI'pose. nt the road leading to Burnex a S
tiosc claims haul must
having against estate, presi late rust of Tallahassee, on
Jineo Smlmnn.
*U 'rat >r ef the estate of SCHOOL BOOKS.'Morw's .
hat determined .
Total, is. that our government to ttie Item for |.axment to the Adnuniatrat xxillun the ttore or to AIiccoMKikie Lake purporting to belong -

The complement of each sloop of war. otlicers I the Mexican difficulties aa bpe-t-dilj as fiotisible, time i required by law or they, will be barred ol recox e- 0' said county tlC'f'I..t.J. siL\S i D I.UX.: tu f.tate of The-eiphiliia II)man. New Geography, P-irley New National

ewiien and marines, is 215 frigates 400 Comniod9reSlot and this reinforcemetit of the Gulf squadron is pre rv.. SMITH SIMKINS( Shenfl. ,l-l IIi< :tu tim The E J. N L'4andSE4iS2S; NW4.'u K 4Ot ci.graj by. Anthon's Hi nier. llrraceC'iccroi.c. .
baa now the command of the Pacific suadroatut .aralor} to that end and ex-ojfino ..'ltIminlJitratur.Jeff..rlilOn I ebruary 14, ; >, T 3. R2NandFF iSF4. S **; W i ol &lolh..n's English and Latin Grammars, a

it is generally belie\ed that CommndoreSokt. \Ve hope it mal bf' no All justifiable forbearance County ebruarx ji?I. isii :Jl tinZotIc. W |. S 3<>, 1 3. R 3, N and E., situated near Alar. -- Latin Reader, Latin Tutors, 4
in the Centre*,will succeed him. Il OM now been uited in this matter, and it would be alamfettlation Tax ollcrlor'ft Sale. unpton purpiirting to belong to Lew III Conner and FnicrMinrithnietics, three parts.

ccordine to these facts the force that we can ot cxcesmu weakness to permit the >. \ Irfu,' of tbe power 'l'olt'tllll tn.b\ law I shall he Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company. Felt tic Ri adrrs, three parts, Areells Serie. i

brine to bear upon Mexico in a few weeks will IK- I cu'an'ralld tricks ol the Mexican authorities months after date I shall pre ent m> 'linal ac- B\expose fur Kale, IK'loretin !ourt House door in The E 4. S E 4, S 9; W i. S \V 4. S 10; N IV 4, Cornstock's Philosophy, Grcenlcafs Arithmetic* -

1 follow : 101l1l'r to dela)' what is rleailv due from them to this SIX and vouchers to the I Ion.. Judge of I'rohate, \ad ioti Countv f londa! on the S 15, T 1. H 1, Sand F. S17.T t. R l.NandE., Li-. Just received and for sale br

CUM i the Gulf, guns 204 men 2-(
1 on the West coast, do. 244- do 2240- decifiion on the matter now an dispute until it callbe for a discharge Administrator of the estate olte the following property (.r SK much thereof as will w J.SI.T2.RJ.1\audW ; Jt. N W 4.S9.T

Arm on the RioGrtnde. .401 I ascertained what the result may be of our Oregon ].hen \\'IIQIf.latc of said county
Total. :* jgotiatiorn with England If these produce hos SOLOMON IJefTtMon \1.-\TJlER. viz: i S \V 4, H \\ Fthis day levied upon the following lots cr

naal force of Mexico i iserj' tnflinc and is tilitiell. Mexico will be uuprarticablt and as analh County. Feb 9'I I I. l 1'li l *M I ;mlustodoii Section 21. T I II I. R |I". S 4 and N I 1.: 4 uf Srt :{ i, S in, S and E. adjuinin the lands belon:inp to GeoI [ tracts of land : The ncrth west half of the northat '
Te of Great Uritain fOr thee of our commerce John lli -td\es tI'). ard fire miles south .at f T. north half cf the north 8j
>nt holler aid) : injun ---- -- in-porting to belonif to >pkm- T.I \\ t"q'T.] .about i e> quirter, and the east
I. '
stte, eompruing the ,Wfnran"aty. recently at and the harrossmeiit of Texas: The best waj is toLrillJ ) A. Petit (ull Colton Kee d. N \V4, sTi, N 6. stS: I F: 4..S 2s.N \y 45 -'>, 1..hasJt'f''III..r not knoyx nTbt ScsI ijiurter, Sretion* twenty-one. Township these 1

anchor at I'tra Cruz them to terms forthwith, and perhaps save the [I 1ST RhCLIMD direct Iroin NeOrleins b\ S i, S 2t'I. puroi.rliii.! to' lelons tDatid s J'lIt.tau" .-.- IJ ..f \ U I. i.t s s. in T I.R I I. N and W, xinje three, cortaining one hundred ard sixty ares

Guad lou4>c. 0 larjre puns movanceol fighting tin greatest Furoptan |(,\\cr .J I J. R. FORTE:, per Sl-hoolwr" St.n and iloiiu:. situ II: l. .'"dTw. near Like Jatk..>n, |urptrti c 1-. Ulonj to if Hud rrore or le-'s arid tc bo sold before the Ceuuyt

S Montezuma, do. I alld lh< most imbecile .-\trlt'flC'UIt th. saint time. :10 l a t.u-lieU of Mastodon Colton Seas>. din-rt In m R \V i of s h: 4. and? S \\ 4 and I hi W ;. ..I l. V I: 4. '.harle*. \\ illiim!on- louse door. ira the town of QUIIKon the first Mon-

Erug Me.icauo. 1 0 earronadesDo. Till", we lane no doubt. is the purpose ol Mr h'Otkindicated ..Dl-. *., FJI'I'| aooalle*'. Mi!s. lirportin to IK-I.IIII I. I lioina- Kat.dall-taxes *} The N n 4 eit S W 4, *> -." ; E i. S I.: 4. S '!'. all hi I iy in July. IM'.. for the County taxes due Gotlsden .5

Vera Cruzana. do. I a. ill this reinforcement c.f the Gull s'III.ldron. _' )0 bushels Petit Gull (ottoii S--,!. a srii-iine ntlllo. Ii. i. T I J R J, N and E, containing: 1.M :mm-1Is.i at re- '..untv eat the years ]s4:I, IM4 and Is4 and rests,

Ttmjt.a. "i.1 > .-.Wulnlr Uet aid t>//< ;,11I. 1 .. februan 21.I l-l I '>. :n l lMC The F i of tin S I: 4. nail N E 4 ul' 111S I: 4 amiie ituated (Xing and [icing ab,ut fourteen units north It. |lanuPents' ot Mo.lcem ( Gilehn

D. u.la. f I --- --- --- -- -- N \V J I. purp.rtni2 lob..lon; tn <; .re I.: Denis ash l ul fallali iNstf' ptirM| .ilini! I lo belong to the t'- I JAAif-S: Mr Mill. AX.

S. gl"! .tNA A DIE ( .-.V latter from Just Received -taxen sit cent*. ate ol R.,bert IIiimphreXKMso. i iluliuri Ier. 2ti. 1 .43 24 (2o. Tax Collector
SCITA .
D. Lbrad. 1 Ions gun I York Herald dated Jan. : BRIG EMILINE IU J. H. Fon.IT\I:. Ran.i' s, Tlmll.t.il'? ; I I. S all.II? I:. l'"qH.rlinz| | to in thefolloxxinzteiwn lots : 'j,t No 2-.il in the I j a '

cliii bt Guerrero fofiu. do lIavan-a to the New .. lone to S"lrl1l b do llh. says I k") PIFCIIS fine furniture alu ) I I. \MHRDShf ; ) 1111[ No- Ii I in thee north addition to the city t'f 1'-1) 'J

{D Q'llretl1. d., TlieonU notability here at present Jour Ii" Crash, : and ur OfficiO T. (j..Ml .ha. te, alsi lot No 7l Ij tli the south half of ticounty I

J DniQn., d.. who his time atIii" Jirasi! bo'mil Ibirkets, i'imr\1 \ 1 I I. I ISli Ii. ::1" bin ijuarlpr 'If said city 1
D iMlana. ito | 11M 1 friend Santa Anna, passes 1 ht.! l extra S|>tni. Oil.1.Loaf. ------ Alsii the lands p.ir|(ortmtrlo bt-l long lo the Apaarhicola .

D Victoiia defended b\' the C anile of | residence, about three miles from the cut t), Powdered! said (nisln su a.sI (HTItT OF PItOltATi Ltnd (onipinv." I hinc in the cum.t d.con.
city of Vera Crux is Our -. I 21 I. tSI'l ;. ::11[l denarcation.
sport .bniarj line of
the
r Juan de t'Iloa,and two II.teriC at each ext rem. tnplojed! daily in cock.figlaiiig. _____ XI'P'I1) .'adnuiiui.tratorsandaiardians. will ( bounded North bx'
fly of the tw" The Cattle since the bomwomeut men, high and low rich and poor crowd to L.tipit ---- -- LAV1OTiCE.Phil. E take iu4ice that their annual accounts' unist be \Vest by' the OcU.
by the rrendl. ten greatly stren;thenetl (he has one in his garden)-for it is. saidiat : undersigned ha e united in the j hirsetare ol, lilt.d on or hfore the first Monday in April of each ; .f Ea--t" I orbtV by the IHirchase st. ,
,
Iy the introduction of Paixhmn guns from Enpland from some cause known only to the imtia- L Law The} will attend the ncteral louils tllLaw and e\m far The undersi:nt d will hold a regu- nown as part t A. A. n IItR.:

'ranee wid the United Sat ., together with a largest led he IOSPS four out of fixe bets. He IK such and Equitj in the Middle Circuit of Florida, lar term til '!be Court of Probitr on the first Monday Shtr and tx-ofliew 1 ax-Ct I L. C.
battery all fordowf'r WIEK1ft
of A wtter minth at which terms applications I'UANCIfeCLSI
(powder .1(1.. > &..C. them the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the in i I every lvlo 1 27 UniisTrHEciivlD
doubt and January 151.
old fox that he is no leading will I It heard and 4'
recently
wily of estates
been distribution
iae north .ide Castle has a Circuit Also, the District CV,urt ol the or AKI'.sihismethid: to inform tlnr public that he
a 'cutern --
Seeded. which would in Ihe hand Europeans or on and will fleece them ail yrt. He has in Uoited States to be held at allaha-we, and the Su- ternuned The accounts ol -\ccutorx, Adminis- : : BY j. R. rouTiT.vLT has rOth ,' ed las Cabinet \\ ri-house to the

:rICI. b no easy conqnent I has mer two aining 220 cocks. Should he not go back Cour! of the State of londa ators and Gmrdians, which may be caveated will tuildinsr former! occupied bv Starr i. Co.,iiexf dow a
tidte40 11rt'rne hf. acted and all issues made and docketed fortrial I HUD New Oilcans < ujr3r. the oi which h
his beloved as he calls it, hewill TIiOM\S R\M\IL, on, up i, Peck&i Tin Mannfactory, in rear *
At Ttmpico lonte. there are no fortihc soon to creuniry, THOMAS 1 H? HU.NFR.Attornej will IH disposed. The 'rsipned will also 1 L 2 Barn'U No Mackerel.. utends to carrv r-n the business of a CABINET I IlA

tOts nutking..JPPso.ching an base some fine sport. and Counsellor at Law.Tallahace. IItteud at his office on Saturday ul each and etryeeU r. Kegs fine Putter. Ktlt,UND.RTAKF.Rated UFIIOLS'TRER: ,and .

wo News from Vera Cruz is looked for with teliruary 21. 1Sl. Jl \ for the transaction ol such business as may be 5 do7 Tomatta Ketchup. e -Is well prepartHl to exeeute any orders in either

Ft The Newt much anxiety. Every one here anticipate c sip at Chambers Office hours, from in. A. M. to 2 doz. Brandy Cherries if the abuxe branches of his buMliess. 4

y S. Revolution"lette"in of ante stirring- charac- movement towards a return to Spanish -One li dr d JDolIars flowzsrdT 1. P. 1Of"hichill interested will plcast' take 2 barrels Dried Apples. lie is proyidtd with the best materials fur the .
t a
ittwlhit me tice. 1 do? Cox & McPhcrson'* Ci ugh 5 r1Ip.] of articles of Cabinet Fnrnifure.iueh .
k who utole from ) nanufacture new
of.tcb m
be the gentleman
MV it will accepted unr )
f* h received in that city by a numbr avernmcnt, and that FOR in the 10th District ol Houston a JulES F. RROOMF January 3, J j.1Ij. 24 as St-cretaries Bureau. Tables, FeoVwids,

reuge who h taken refuge in with coun-all d e guarantee of England and Trance, the }blood bay GELDING fiveyeara old. a lilUf' Judie of Probate for Lcoa CountvKebnian --- Chairs, lie.. Vc. in th* neatest and most p rftctityle '
uPn return to Europe share and :3aJ Just Ileceived of fnrniHe -
for her 3tAdminietrutot'
uwlw1 t theirtaet'5 I'tak'ing California dmhed.faceil, and shows the Janus blood by form 14, IM-l He will also repair any description
r *. dpath. a b prepare to join of Spain sisteri J. R. FORTIJNE. fresh unpult I of new and _
walk and
close alliance taking the Queen Mother marks He baa a fine lofty a very Bx
latter
j the thanks to the eiti7eif
FR early
Notice fashionable Prints Mouslam d'Lams.Cashmeres would return his grateful
and Louis is creating exjr Due de Montpensier, and the ort hack ; hw legs are perfectly black fine hoof I '
England Phillippe
-e the he hi aleadv
bride to and changeable Alpaca. Fancy rtaidnmtrham, for the liberal patronage -
a flack Tallahassee
his hind the hock I will to the Jlunnr..hlt' >
** assailH to turn leg out an tnunths afterdate, apply
ot $ France and the are of Mexico as ant and inclines
journals balance LinenTa. solicit a continuance
al the SIX eaiitiful tyle of furniture Calico Dross and reapectlnhly
e"e received
and honor .lng he walk I am crrlam he was stolen b)' Itwhile Judge of Probates for L*,'n county for letler" .
I :; (o surrendering the inUresU dependent kingdom. Thus does the aristoc. joint u and I willpite IOO, for him and thee of di..mi"on as administrator of the nlJQAhna le Diaper Plaid and Stnj etl Liniucys and Kerseys, if their favor a. he pledges lumswlf to guse *ati -
o-f Phil- '
Louis
TRuce to the la.nd. of the Engliab. march of libral man ernttemen's fine lined and bound ruwett5rocan teaR who give him Ihur wnl -r* bt>lii IDncf
the horsealonc. Sills, late of said County de eawdSOLOMOV e int case roctn>n may
c I P"Isbe to hare his dynasty sustained in power racy of Europe think to top glorious UnIon. horse'. or1flfoT 7.. LWUK I SlI.tN \dinr\ aNDecembtr ., fine Ma", iilus Qlfilt &c.. .\(. > and ,1tiahitv of hi* ,x crk. I '

istesse. of death, and El BO doubt the, has entere 1 idea emanating from jour Perry, "I.bruar 17. ls.lh. :11It February' 7, l 1510 :' tlII-; 11. t r 15. 21 January |". -! 2.> '
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.- --- -- Sew York City-So. 151 Broad"" LEON SHERIFFS
SALES
- Take Notice. WILLIAM H. WARD LEWIS & AMES .=
Side*. 1 JAMES J. BIRGEummcIAN'
extra will be paid lor Hides tretche i it Monday in March next.Sheriff' .
warranted mark<< I'rif AEcrCity ; DKALKRS IN Stde fir
rj 1111 n'* IDE: "'1\1110; any in AN after the Indian fashioiibyMay ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL wiLi m
with ,
/ Schr. Malta from =New Orleans, a'id necs Oil, dale.
iand..1 tr"m Drugs, Medicines, I.alo.
M L. BAKBR.Citciiit
C.
for sate by K. W. DOR"FY. 10. I HO. : :: of Washington D. Window Gins 1.: between the CIT virtue of a writ of tied faia. iawjthe
- T> ESPECTFULLY announces that lie ".il atteiuJ.X Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &c., HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE. wher.h" B r
Nov. 22. IS (Vrner ot Monri, and :' Middle of rioritln.CIRCUIT Clerk's office of the Circuit Court
-- -.- to the prosecution of Claims before -.evcraExecutive AND will hand a choice selection of FRENCr
r.tiTERU' COLIU.poChtcnrlcs' kep on Circuit of Florida Z
COURT JEFFERSON COUNTY. IRUIUt. of Leon, Middle wk
Tax: Collrlor's >otlcr. Q' ol the and' CASSIMERS VEST- county
Departments &c. AND ENGLISH CLOTHS ,
G\frnmeul. Ware,
1.\\-J thai dav levied IwIs, loU N.H. eight.i nine. To SPRING TERM, 1S40.-' claim a:;aint the United States fe>r -). .\ Class INGS &c He would respectfully solicit a continuance Abram Dupont i'llintit.and Frederick Hoe it b.fendant .
the and
I and for sale at
tet; .nd e-leven. McNeil'* irvev, containing Chri.li:1: Bless, ) to the settlement Public Accounts, to claims before THE above constantly on hand, of the patronage of his Florida friend,ble- ,1 have upn. wi ePro-

sixteen hundred .4crci of I mi!, m.rt ur !1-'. I Iv ing In- N. > PC it ion tofvrccloseamortgae. CommiAsioners. .under Indian tir other Treaties. market prices. ing he will be enabled to give them the entir. before the Court luu: in
twccn Little Rivt-r and R bifore the Court lloiiw I door, in tl e town<>l Quinev. E defendant Perr.rl"J and all persons. interested i are hire of ala Patents, to Pensions in ant Arm} ALSO.,iiv tore a great ariety 01 articles Vermicella'for farnil; : April S. I J13. 37 Monday, the 2 day of March next,

on the lirlt t :1",1",' in Julv. l 1"1 l i. (kr t the! Countvta'u's ] notified. thallhe in the above cat and Navy, or business conntch.llh.n.wilh. to tin. use. Pickles, Oli.ts. Capers, Macaroni, '_ within legal hours the following described propat
!
due (:aI" Countv for; the veir eighteen hll-- was this d.lilCI in the Iell\n the Clerk of IheCircuic obtaining of Paf'nb for scientific( (u-etvil In\en' Currant Jelly. Ol'e Oil, Citron Prunes Almonds. New, Extensive and Spl ndd to-wit: '

drel and furIy.feISIt! ) .u.1 mot*.In' the claimant' Court for Jefferson dmntv. Middle Circuit I lions ali (0 all other business of 1 public( nhlt re Rose and Peach ,, Sperm Candles, &c.AN ASaOBTXEXT OP* The leasehold estate of the sid Freerik Hoc 4

nf F'orb'4* liir.-h*e. the projn: 'm of the .\piUchicol t I'i i >ndj., and are lurtbv' r"Jlirto tile their oliject juiring an Agent. AK'OKrMENT or .l O U ) LO. ,irih Hniof: land ej
Lad Compinv'. ion--, it an v' they have,according to law. Said mortfae Claims against individual. promptly I oucndt.d to, GAiEIT] smmm Til 1 subscriber are now receivrugainu'&i th folowinl ether with the improvements them,,
J \\IIS :"I.I.\X. is on'1 the follow inn property .Io.\ 'il : a ((rlain titlelln\'etilatti. Xc. of CLOTHS, CJSSLWERS,&. VEST to-wit: Lot No-16$, situated on the corner jfferson : -

Q-III.CV Dec *!,ll'M. U.._ .I..Ior.a ._ tract cr pjic.lot Un
iISURGEON" :1 t
Q .l 9 on 11. Ii, fronting the ro..adilj R Et'R: t: CF" : READY MADE CLOTHRC! Levied upon as the property of said defenta

DENTIST! ltr'" Mill, measuring rtshty. '0 ( front. :\. S. WHITE, U. S Sonalc.E. to sold to satisfy said writ of fieri .
1f" b
the latest consistingin
two hundred ('J}KI I) fel South from Maul. road, amadjoinim I:. .\. I\::>KAN:<< (made up by ourselves) in style, A. A. FISHER, Serif ;
taken roon it J. L. 1)KM: ILL VS. and ma;' Christian 1on the West ant known as; Al.FX.: n'RIOW. [IM' TOOTH AGHEDR. part of January 31,1346. 23 ByJ. W. SHER. 1

[HAS fo' I 1 th 'ro at all times uK"' professionalIv : the ltoii;:. which "m\1 Craft. ii'. -in the yealJll. .. JirsSsstpm.i:, Frock, Dress and Business Coats : -

eosriird. I falCI 27th Novmbcr. I".1.McC.NTS .*> I-). R. .TfiI(1.5. VEGETABLETOOTH-AC1II Black and Colored Cloth. Frock and Dress Co.b, Hale first Monday in March next.
IV 'i r\" tin SPKNCER: : Gotha
N.\ m'.r & I.. :\siii.Y, ] I..COUNTS Cloaks and Overcoats Twee-el, Saa Sheriff Sale.
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------ ---- Solicitors fi'r Petitioner. .. J. J. IURWX. ,.j Illinois. ELtXI a certal and immediate cure al and Beaver Bus. Coats ASurtouts..
NACJ1ANJEL] } JAL3N severe giving rebel in a very ffw TTl Y virtue of a writ of fieri tac3t.iued I faJ& .
1)eri-tnbcr.! Ii. in :20 I Im_. 5. .\. DOl'.L.I.I"IRfJ".f"'. C.ISt' hl\c'r Veal !
tb Plain and Fancy office of the for tlAc) .
without to e \ Clerk's _
tint (
FACTOll AND I COMMISSION M URCI.\T. -- -- ---- --- \ ; Kentucky.Jon ( minutes ali too. any injury .
Ncw-Orle.iii", [<.. iVolirr.SIX .\ | lndian.i. Teeth or GumIt, possesses the property of enli Black and figured Satin Silk, Cashmere Valencia, ty of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida.whertinlsuc
month after dtf. I tull appl>.' to th. linn S. C. S P'.TTT.,MFI.J.,.. veiling the Gum when in a morbid state,and of restoring and Silk Velvet. W. Mitchell is plaintf.and William P. Duvalettf

Rrt'tu.n' : "Me Inkf l (f Irtal.I for Jeflirson County for .. C. II. SMITH. a healthy and vigorous action. PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.ALSO are defendants upon, a will expo*

('(1 Wn.t.ii<< II u;.E>., J<>ll."..on (".,.uttv. I.er. ..( dl- ao Administrator ol J"c J. .\. \\'RI.HT. Ct Price .V) cenN per phial with ful directions OK for sale before the Court House the eitjTallahassee

J VMI:" KIRKIJ.Y. F.S |J.. T>llahd BowJs.
DVMFI. I.M>U, E"n Newport.December J'SI WALKER. J. :M, Hi-c.ius: Agents ; S\\itn. 'tFLJSOS.; Monticello; J. LSM Cotton &Linen Shirts, Cotton, NelL, Merino 2d day of March next,
l"I: '?'1 3mATTORXKV Decemln-r 27th 101|: J-. .. HFNRV Done.t. Wisconsin. .'Lr."OD.(itiincv.and may be found on enquiry vslmno.t Collars, Lmb-wol. Canton th described
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within hours. the following propem,
and the State. and legal
villages
all the in
tons
In (lie Circuit Con rlnfthc Middle Circuit April l li, !I"Il.'rrom : Stocks, madt
Jii:! juIiE. June 11, HI.). '17 tim JeansL'ndershirtsandGloves to-wit :
of Florida. ___ Cravats, Two lots of land,being No*.9 and 10,in the eighth
.\ T LAW IN CIUNCEIII. 'aall things and hold fast that which U good.' Drawers.llantPchiefs I. G. and Robert D. Hamj
of land granted to Searcy
camHalf Hose,
Uulnry, florlda.WILL IN HAMILTON Ol'TY.Jolm lOZENGESlDK. silk, the United adjoining the city of TallW
ICOUGK Hats and Caps, by Slatt.
aMe.ul the jn-lici'*' Courts if (;.tUd.i F. Smith ir brie &c. Boots and Shoes, Lc. see on the south west containing each rune acres imj

\'. th. Circuit Court of :lul.t.lorul.l. 8. V Hill AT Divorce. Suspenders nine-hundredths,together with all the improvement
and the Court' in lie lj.ecent CIUI.' .cur.3t. Sarah inith. i _J HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES are now rapidly Every rtqniiite to a Gentleman's Wardrobecan thereon consisting of a fine dwelling and ill other ')

November .i1.! I-IV. 1- If IT appe rinsj to tli. "iti'.factin! of the Judce. b; superceding every other preparation in found at their establishment on the most reasonable houses and conveniences for the accommodation of\ '

3Siutinol i con.COMISSION. the aff.davit. of the romplamant's Solicitor tha the relief ol coughs,.old", asthma, whooping cough, bp terms. Our stock will be replenished by the family formerly occupied by William P. Duval .
-- '-- the defendant is a n.n-r"id..nt of the State of Fin nghtne-ssof chest, and all pulmonary complaint New York during 1
been vessel from
PILLS, h.rtHr they ba'f f..lly arrival of almost every r idtTce.
: U 9 ndare.idinc in the State of Georjjia : It i* ordered, Tll'F have es-tabli-he-d, an celebrity leading to consumption and death the by new goods purchased by Mr. upon a the property of sId defendants I
That the said defendant do and answer aid tniaht tf- Price 2 cents per Box. with directionsFor Sl.'on. Lvit said writ of fieri fads
I I MERCHANT appear and arc daily II preparations t f : fll STILLMAN, who remain North during the sold to satisfy
.. ii "ihil four months) or the same thall b takei medicine, in curing.uJ.rcc-in:1, they arrecoxnmenltSh. sale in Tallahassee by' LEWIS AMES, sot winter for that "i We flatter ourele bi b A. .A. FISHER, Sheriff
N"4, Front l.\ ffr confessed : That dllf publication I .1"a"t"liIi.h in Quincy, by J. L. S% ; in puro. 29
NV.oI1LENS.I.'i Pori.tl. 10 They are rt.nm ;. .
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.inciui f. IHYI rCE1'- Circuit once a week for four Infllh5 succes.iyclv.Dated glntral in thestoresthrouighout the State in the Al'persons Sale Monday in March next,
WILL; uI I : l vviih i>roinpliie.. 21th I Inline, the ge-neral \i ii." of I the conmvinitirivethem I hi le ) er than any other establishment city. first
\ << Uctotwr l I" :.
Ji. i the decided preference andlroin their .1, hULL SHave in want of clothing are respectfully invitee: Sherlf'l Sale.
and dcp&tcIi.NvetI.Lkr 111)1 < DOIT.LXS) Judge. ci ion here is to call and examine and judge for themselves. virtue f facias issued !
1-11 I I I I' II aplla1
-- .-- ---- )(O0nir, (Complainant Sclfl"r. !The follow ing io frm Ir. I Uaac. M. Th.mas., merchant CLARK &STILLMAN, BY the Clfrk's office of the late Superior
--- BOOKS &c. A.true
NEW J S. M Imo:, Clerk. T.'LJ.\lt.\ SPRINGS, Talla riMlKsib-rnber liis jtMt t te e&e.ip.r 1nI M.tI X.\tnhc.r I I': l-l'i. 17 Alabama.: August 17, lMv' ) proveel in more than IJ) cases infalible. I Iis I Houck is defendant, I have leied upon, and wi e-
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mora ano S.lni.un; a Ur .* and I "i l<: ,! assortment -- ------- -- This i is to certify\ Ih.11 I have been alllicted wit!, cstiiiiatid>( that OO.OOO children annualh M'CANTS & SPENCER, pose for sale, before the Court Hou door, i tEa

ot the udlovuns articles: NEW GOODS. -id headache. ely' | ) and) liver complaint :n.t from the ctlecN ol worms alone. Parents cannot ( city of Tallahassee,on
lllsia.
SCHOOL ivl IOOK; form 'rly 01 \'T F. LLOYD has just 1 received per Casket arlt co-tivene-ss lor the \.1 (i ht or nine years, dunn] tie particular to nb.en'f symptoms and admmisteia A'I1'ORNEYS A 1' LAW Monday, the 'Zd day of March next,
Of e\fr varittv her. tf.ah; I T 1'econic fr>>m Niv York which tune I had. t.kcl. as well us I recollect, ahon afe. and effectual\ \Irn-dclro'I mdicin. be- "\ / in the Courts Middle Di*- described
used in school toother with t.n 'ItW \olku ili' PilU, twelve boxisof Pi. hurried to and in th within legal hours,the following property,
I'm Piece Tucker Cooper & Cu. h'I"Iof }ietks ( f"Tt 111! little r"r"ft a prcmatun V V trict and the Court of Appeals,
(; ( r4p1t.traflInr. Arithmetic. Xc Xc.I'.LANK 7.;. Sea 0 NUnd. n.ging. ter's Pills and a iiumtx ot boxes of Chauipi n'! eras e. Nothing will be lound more (ctFe-ctual thai lower Counties of Georgia. Office at lonticelo' to-wit : and Calves fourtew
Cows ,
HOOKSOf Hales (!unny' Cloth)., and Brandreth's Iil., all of which afford m. bn these. LOZENCF. which are as pleasant to the tasti Fla Sept. 21.1M1. One sorrel Horse,three IM
every tire an-1 de Sriptn.| u 41 ranted of an lit! :CoiN Rope, little or no n'lil- .\bOt. I was nec'mnrnncld) to as Cnt : children "il cry for them and eat then Hogs, and one hundred bushels Corp.said mfr ,
of
materialan1 at .uh. 10\ prices that. none nerd purchase 1:C".ej Hus"t't Broarf. try Dr. pelcf'r's't'lca lc Pills .'Sf WELL Iil"fe.r with avidityA J. L. Tompkins. Levied upon a the said property writ of fieri defeDtD

clsm here. 4. Kersev-" '- I never had but one aftck of theirk) headacl.i fresh h supplv; |ii-t rlfivd and for sale in this; ATTOUNBY AT L.W to be sold to satisfy A. A. facu !.
I'\IEH. alter I commenced taking the Pills (now about six: LEWIS AMES. Sole FSHER.
I Bale Blanket4.2'i city by \"rll FLORIDA.WILL
Negro & D.
d vur fr"l*-Vijerream. c. i : QtICY. January 31, 1'5. 29 By S. lJ.', S
Fo P.llr Barrels Hour, months) and Icandidly confersthat I have: deiivetmore Alio lIr ale in (Juincy by I S I\LLWOO. and in the several Courts of the Mid
.\ atlicle of "er>' tlun Ktttr "''Iwr practice
nv Pill
real benefit fr..n' tl'e use ot SpmCtr's \MUEL PUELESTON( ,
r. Keirs NaiU.Sinit by Monticelo. adjoining
Districts and in the
in next.
and
1'rciirli and Monday March
to !lit the new i>->Mir: law, of \ldi- !hs Ik llovv Anv iN,&.C.,O than from all the other :Medicines and Pills tint I June I 11 I, l -r>. -10 : Apalachicola Sale frs
; nahurci.Sl\t.IIs of '
Counties
Cj, 'Ui'lin flint t*i lu\'I- Georgia. s Sale.
can m1'lf..I"rt. : J"Hi. have ever all I \.mld earnestly r
Shirljnzs t.kcn.
Lmsevs Cutler
and I5ill :1.1 Laguira ctrwn 1, 1M5. 2* powly facias issued iron
Cttti. Note t Pajicrs."SIATIONKKY. February virtue of two writs ot fieri ,
Tissue, Salt Salt
ci>e, them being in
sperm CandleWinter Strained Oil. ttc.October TO ALL. as my opinion hll m.l- BY
tl
: I.ml cine in use lor all lmgeriiitr The SACKS LIVERPOOl SALT Clerk's office of the late Superior Court for
4, (
Iil. E. W. mV9
P n. OilloirHVnsht'Vnidlc'.all ot1ierStc' --- 1.1; have me so much good, olllinl nut 400 -" IsI"11 Im the County of Leon, Middle District of for
dO\t
Pens Silver IVm. (J ld I IVn<, with ease, h.' best ar- CIG A ItS. willing to be without them for.five dollars a box ; )For sale by tn. F LLOYD. AUCTIONEER AND ) MERCHANT, wherein Abram Dupont and S. Griswold &. Co a

tide manufactured (l"l", of all kind-, llljck.. n.o.] Oft Anil PRINCIPE CIGAR'S of the follow- and I cannot but feel very grateful to Dr. 0-tober I. I I" 15. II CORNER MONROE CLINTON STREETS,) plaintiffs, and James R. Nicks is defendant I tin
K1, 1.fleS and No' Ien"t __ __ ____ .__ before the Court
Blue an.1 Oip\i.i4 lnW, HoCk. UUUU ing choice brands for having prepare--noli! a valuable ( u FI.A. upon,and will expose for sale,
?'..olin.'a", .t.1 l 1.Inl Stand-!'*. Administrator's Notice. _TAILAJASSEF. in the city of Tallahassee,on
trial \\afcu. Ji-to SanCon,tantu, ami D..l..r the distribution i.n of it is conferring a veiy great favo HoW ,
Pounc. '., U'jiter Cnjw, S!h t CupPen (Urki, ..Mi' Havana Re jlia.r .. on the public, as it is a thint; of the uttnn-t unpor- SIX m.lth.alter elate, the underiirned Adminis- NEW BOOKS.WEBSTER'S Monday the 2d day of March next,

Pen Holders H iK-r-i. R -l IV.v. I nl., Rul-ivr.! 10(1 ,''M"I" Pnmavtra, lance'that
S.nd. Folders Card ttwk 1JU: *, Ixad" I'o'ncil.. JIU"> .. ImiHrialH -, truly ,all..1lt. Pi'N'! constantly' on hand.ISAAC rwlt', goods all) chattels, rights and credit, "I.ict! comprising such !subjects as anIiost to-wit :

letter Stamps &e.MCE1.T.. ..'nci' Tulipana.Ii :1 THOMAS. were of David \Villis, dectaeedwill present accounts immediately connected with housekeeping, a Two hundred and fifty bushels Corn more orlai

\N1tT : CO'JK ,. HKI, Trabuco-. fjrj- Price2"i c< nts per Box, ful tirlon". and Huche. tn thc lion Judge of Probat Edifices, Furniture, Servants, Fo. Fermented Liquors and twenty bales Cotton.Levied .
A creat \'ant" .-\ for Leon County, for a final settlement' of hu arcounts Dress, Carriages, &, &.C.. by Thos. upon 1 the property of said defendant
3r.) Work."ith:, nvwt ; U n : jort mnt of libl! <. bv"P.. .\. IA YW.\HD. .\ ; S.\Mfii. PInt'TOS.: Monticello; J. I. : and \ill then a-k to b discharged) from hiaid 1 Webster and Mrs. Parkes with nearly 1,000 cognac- to be sold to satisfy said writs of fieri faca

Prayer- Books, \iuuul-i. Xr. Nitmesniter. I, 1"1-V 15 S\tAi.LweiOD. Quincy and may be found on cnquir) < Adinmi-tration JO.B'WILLIS A. A. Sfnf.

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t.i1mliriKiue Pn, -
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( .: \ Cash Advances June II. (IM5. 47 rm -- 6H cts.The .
Pocket, Pruning, H'atl ()ek ai.J.Li
Knives H zor>. ISi.r" .c. J. H. I'OKTUNn are warned not to vol's. frs.
-. 0. ALL persons hereby trespass 1 Wm. Whewell, M. D. ; 2 Sale.
FAGOODS.. &r.Trtoi LB'VEGETABLE to make u of, or commit waste in any unlawful of the Texian Expedition agains
I. Pe4rl\ an.t Silk V,h.Card Case.I IS prepared to advance on COTTON ronsiirneel tMo (the lands of the The Journal T)Y virtue of three writs of fieri facias,issued from
Apalachicol
< Sill! ,rn. FRANKLIN 4. HEOJ.RoO New OrI.an manner on Mier bv Gen. Thos. J. Green. ID the Clerk's office of the late Superior Court for
La'lie- and : FEVER .
to AN&AOUE
have dimpee.ed
from $1 r e.ch rentl.mcn's *. Land Company which not been regularly Durbin's l Observations the East, 2 vol's.Narrative .
ru!>hes, Tmith, lrll: )I.s. .il ( ..FEVfi.RPILiS e>f by us, or our competent agent or agent of Mission to by the Rev. the county of Lon. Middle District of Fora
lUfe.1 2i. 111 14 a
Gold PonrnSiUer d. Gold Tllimblf) )I"Icr ---- heretofore, as the penalty of the law will be strictl, Wolf, D. D. ; L. L. Bkhaa.. wherein Kidder 11. More,Angus Johnson ad WI
Dawkios and
Silver Suspender Buckles,the l 1,1 '|iulitof Needles,1 ., enforced against all offendersApplication Jo-eph Choice are plaintiffs, and Ephraim
Lros-nu 1oAJCmmm NEW NEVOLS, &c- Ephraim Dawkins and John H. Shehee are
Ivory II< rn C.mIH. EI..ope f may be made for purchases.Ifa"fi 01 def-
Motto ana"l.uf'lo;1.1 \ilers, PJIJH.T llatinzs, :1\ Ictionccr COllision Merchant. ARE now superceine every other medicine (.f oth.rwise. for!the undisposed of portions or tract! Author' Daughter.by Mary Howitt. dant.I have lev ied upn.and wi expose for ,
(Jrecn 'rn for Window Curtains the of an Only Fiddler, Court ,in city of Tallahassee,
I'Uia and Fiurtl: pax| lIAy occupm to ( or cure Chi. of said) lands lying and being in the counties of \\a.
Purcmiion Caps Cnzli3h and French Pe"dtr., STORF.m Starr& Flacg, where) his. best..ervjcs--! Fevers WhtrcH'r they have Ion used hat klla. Leon Gadselen! and Franklin, and \ a The Merchants Daughe.The Fright, The Ex On the 2d day of March next
Flask Game HJZ, (; Ticket- Lth.s.! Thermoinelers the most decided and une juivoejatifaction. Purchase authorized .by Miss ; Amaury.by Alex. .lody
*, UI mat \' in the above line. invariably given h. "lrb to our duly agent. pectant described
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Plain, Visiting, Printilao.IDr.. Itath" March orrandEl t-l. :1 t-:, The testimony exists on every aid. Mr E.: BETTNER, in the vicinity of Quinc' Dumas; Agathonia. by Mrs. Gore ; Three Nights ii L within legal hours,following property
\ Cyrils! CImann.&i.s Ir Stroj-s., ll Violin Strings, New .II"ic lor Pian a.id GUbr. &..cnith FOR SALE, the '\fslfr wilds to the CITY PALACL of lil LEWIS CURTIS, Mansfield Park ; Te ) and Butler Correspondence .. One hundred bushels Corn,more or less, five Cows

a treat vcarietv of other troods too nuraOI'! O N GOOD TERMS, A VALCAJlLETR.CT 01' millionaire-there are thousands of witnesses to th Trnvtfrs of Jlpalathicola Land Co. &.C., & and Calves, one Colt and twenty Hog
tomcntmu. PINE LAND of i";o acres. 3Vjcleared.commandin unrivalled efficacy of this invaluable medicine. 1 January 1 10.<> IM'-. Just receivedby Bug Ann Eliza,and for sale bv I.eie upon 1 the property defendants,
P.OOK) : niNDI.NT. ;:a healthy siluaton. in the Miccosookie i.t- generally cures the Chills and Fever the first day P. A. hAYWARD: ad b sold to satisfv said writs of lien faciaL

In its hrand.e1laiks Ruletl and Round to or U.r.nl. |l/miles -( A 1.0. a goo' and dues not sicken the stomach or produce any diazreeablt NoTicc. Talaha; Dec. 13. 115. 21-tf "A. A. FSHE.Sheriff.

4 dr al any sJ.e or >tv Ic l re-i'iired,old Hooks re-l'oun<3, supplv of Provisions Stock. Applv to sensation in I hl'\ 1ft Obstinate ease THE undir-iirne-el), duly authorized acentof' th -- January 31, 1546.- 2S By 1DER', D. S

&.C. H I H.: WARE, of CHILLS and )FEVER when other preparation (>1 the Apalachicola Land Company CMr tI1j rJI ;
ALSO, for sale a 'Pyi'ig Pre*, price "10. "I"lllr| _00, l''. o _On the lrernises. laHfail.I, have- 'yielded at once to a few doesHull's <' is rr'lauto "el!) or rent such portions antlracl, Sale frs.10.dy in March next.

P. .\. II YW.\RD. Notice. I Pills, without ;.my disposition( of a r.tIrn.- ot Ih.hollIes Purchase, a La\(not bfr Annuals for 1816. Sale.

:o\mbr l.'i. I. monthafter d.te. I shall m) account They require ho putling-it is unworthy e>f therr re-gtilarly disposed] of by said) Land Company. (. THE Leaflets of Memory, Nature's Gems, T)Y virtue of a writ of fieri faca.issued from tit
SIX voucher and apply )present Judge of Pro The Medical Faculty_ are prescribing th.1 wit son.il ilter\I\\may be hal with the subscriber a Opal Friendships Offering, X) Clerk's office of the late Court for the

W 11 m. mte for Jeflirson County', II"Ilu'lun. of dismissioi Ine1anp1SICCt., not only in Chill and Frrrt or in the ncighborhoexi ( Quincy, or letters may b Rose of Sharon Boudoir Annual county of Leon, Middle District of Florida,wbereia
jrrade-s and character, reeled)i to him through the Post Offices, at tha The Flower, Me Not Ladies Album
Forget
in IVJK-S May Hold
HROCKINIJROUGII! : & lG1S as Executor of the estate of David Hart, late (,hail Ilt ft'vC alI Isaac W. Mitchell is plaintiff, and Francis
T'Tn.l.l:111\X\\ ., will practice I pan- Count, deceo-sed. f"n.ilc them the mostafe and haml.s \et thm place and Tallahas-ee MoI Rose, Christians Annual The Amulet- and Eveline B. Holden Administrators of Robert B

nership. They F. will attend 'he coullie of the Mid JAMES: HART, Executor.OrtoVr ussiblbe : JAMES E. BETTNER, ,1Kentoflhf The Jewel, The Hyacinth, Copeland, deceased, are d.endat. I have lit

die District of Florid. Jark on and Franklin conn .I, IMV I :1 Cmi.vn 1 admini"tfrC in the rc-me-eliate management c Trtulert of the Jipatachteola Land Co. Scenes in the life of our S\ior. upon, and will expose (or bfore the CoU

ties, in the Apal-ichicola District. 1 he county (I I I''eu peculiar this country. Full directions to January 10, 110. 2; ly Shaksneare's Gems Fairy house door, in the city of Talaa.on \1'
of of Fl ndj \OTitc.ATTORNEY : each l boy. Price One Dollar. English and American Prayer Books, Bibles anc '
Thomas The Court Appeal! < ,(accompany the second day of March legal
and the District Georgia. and Circuit Cauls of the Unitetf -. For sale in Tallahasseeby Li:wist AMI:*, ..1], TiE lAT.: T GALVANIC RINGS. fidlanit. in splendid bindings, &c, &c. the following described property net. to-wit : 1
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at W Agents; inO.umcyJ. L.SM\LLWOODinMonticellr And Clinic's ITIngnctic Fluid. Toy Books for children. Also, Toys of almos' Lots No. 213, 234, 255, 2O. him and being to
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State Talaha PUI.I-H> and be found on en< has received the uni_ description suitable for for childrei
R JOIDESC: AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, S\MUH. TON may pnr, T'IlIS remarkable discovery every presents the North addition to the city of ,'aUaue.to
aAtGUSC generally' at all the stor.s throughout the Slate. versal approbation of the Medical Profession o for Christmas and New Yea For sale by with the
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BuI'alal1 gether improvements thertn.
BRIKE ., CXulncy()', Florida. June ii t, IM'i. .17 trI Great Britain, and has now been sufficiently long be Dec. 13, 1S45.- 21 P. A. HAYWARD.On Levied upon the property of sid defendants,and
1:11nLl. attend: the several Courts of Middle Fin I- "- the to give fair test of it 1
American
WILL fore public a to be sold to satisfy. said writ of lien
; --- ---- and of Decatur County. GeorgiaJamiarv HOW TOGET HEALfH. power and ellit at v. The Patent Galvanic Rings havi. Consignment."I A, A faca.

oUCt' _:'I. IS40;. 21 'T HOUSANDS of persons continue to cure (IheinJ. been f"'Illo answer all the purposes for which theordmat. CASK Sugar cured Hams,Sugar,Tea, Rice, January 21. vlfl. 27 By A. J. FI Serit.. .S._
-I- months alt.'r .1 ito, the tindrri>itnrdill (pre of Colds, Headaches, Rheumatic Galvanic Battery, or Electric and Magnetic 1 Candles, Soap.Mackarel, Loaf Sugar, Flour, "
SIX and voucheis to the Judge ol E. BAItXAKD, Jr., H.h'f1 (mllh. used but without of the injurious Crackers Mustard, NEW HOOK, Ac.
lu accounts AtFections' Small Pox, Mea-le., (stiveness, Influenza Machines are are any Cheese. Vinegar, : Pepper,
- Probate\VaknlU' C..unt\, *Aiiminittrator on the roRtS his friends and the public and the host of those* indieatnmji of the lady shocks which accompany the applications by Spice,Ginger,Nutmegs,Die\ppleand Peaches received per Brig Sampson, Narrative uth.

_ _ estate of M. C. n.lJrton-l and alI} for Idf.r oldi he has taken the store on the curS of the blood being out of rder, simply by perstver- these instruments, and in many other respects are Maccaroni, Butter and for sale by JIS to the Rocky Mountains and t<$*re-
.ini sion from the oaids'atc. Monroe arid Two Hundred Foot ingly u.ing Krandrtth' VrsftnbJt I'niemal lhlli, more safe and certain in accomplishing the desired December 13, 1S4.5. 21 R. H. BERRY. gon and North California in 1S43 and 4, by Capt. J-

_ _ _. JOHN P. JUXGIRFOW: neaily opposite the Court House, of in or- object. C. Fremont price 37j cts.
so long a* any smptflo derangement any
In ri1at ol hi" wife Jun"rfrl i Day be found a general assortment gan remain. Often, by adopting this) course, which The Galvanic Rings have been used with perfect Family Flour. The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot Warburton,

: Vf-em1c 13. lsl">. :3 AND lFDCINES. Every at experience has proved according to Nature, it being success in all cases of Rheumatism,acute or chronic 50 BARRE FAMILY FLOU.received by Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Progress.Tupper'sProverbialPhiloeopby .
-- ----- -- of al1 Planter. to the head face limbs Gout Tic Doloreu from book of
merely assisting her have many in a few days been applying or Maia. Olans. on con ,a thoughts'
iii- __ Dr.OFFERS. JXO. G. GAMBLE, Jr., good quality low for cash. restored to health,,ho,but for Brandr.lh'l Pills,had \. Toothache, Bronchitis. Vertigo, Nervous or signment and for sale by E. and arguments originally treated
of SHERMAN'S
hi. Prcicssional 'n'icct tothc clli7.nl a supply sick for months. The value this medicineis Sick Headache Indigestion, Paralysis, Palsey Epilepsy Nov. 22. I 1S Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield,
and its vicinitv.. CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC ben c Fits, Cramp Palpitation price. Ap
I ______ Nor I". 1313. 17 tfRfl. LOZENGES, valuable articles, and the. most agreeable WHEN beyond THE BODY IS SUBJECT TO MANY plexy', Stiffness of Joint. Lumbago Spinal Family Iams The Philosophy Mystery, by Vend
I --- -- form of administering medicinesSHERMAN'S changes, it requires tnedtrtnr. plaints, Neuralgia, Debilty. Deficiency of 2 HHDS. FAMILY HAMS small sizes, and a superior Holmes' life of Mourt.Arold's ,

O'SaiSN J : POOR MAN'S PLASER. the Sudden changes from very hot, (chilly "nth.r. Nervous Energy, and all ( Their article,for sale at private sale byE Rugby School Sermons,

-l_t A TTOR EV:1 CtUSII.LOl.AT LAW, cheapest and best ;plaster ever ofen.l are unfavorable to health ; and it is a fact universally extraordinary effect upon the system must b wit- W. DORSEY, Parker's aids t English
lor Rheumatism Pains in the Back Sidt. and Weakness nessed to believed and certain for Nov. 22. 19 Corner of and Clinton comption. Charles
a preventive
Janpr. llimlltou County, Florida. admitted,that heat and moisture arc powerful agentsin b a 11. Chances and Changes or ,by
- _ 2 2. 1'.45. 1' &c.Als. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN ALLHEALING producing di"ea', and that constant dry and constant the preceding complaints they are equally to be re- Burdett. Rura Economy, by Boussinghault.
o"mb : DR. or wet weather are both favorable to its generation commended. The Galvanic Rings are in every way Extra Family Flour. Book Colonies by John Frost,

For Suh-T\\'O" FINE BUGGIES Northern nALS.\I.an invaluable article for Colds, ; it does not signify what we call it : it may be perfectly harmless, anel are sold at prices to be within BARREL EXTRA FAMILY FLOU just Book of Good Examples, by John Frost,
for Cash at 50
llarnes3, COIhs. Asthma, Bleeding at the Lungs, Consumption reach of all. Cristie' Fluid is used in Schr. from
ague: it may be bilious fever; i may be yellow fever Mantic Maria Orlean. The book of Christmas, by Thomas K. Hervey
I a _ PriCM- CLXRK i- ST1LLMAN.NpvemberJ I and its kindred diseases. Pamphlets, containing ; it may be dysentary ; it may rheumatism; it connection with the Ungs. rend.r their efficient the above Flour was selected by one of the city in- Elinor Wjllis, edited by J. G. Cooper,
certificates from persons in high standing, respecting be bronchitis; it may hecholic; it may be constipation action certain, and dirtd the Galvanic influence Iators. and warranted to be equal to any of the The quiet Husband The Squire, The Heiress,by
',_t"I_ '._ ': its valuable ft-I., can be had gratis by applvmg may of the bowels; it may b inflammation of to particular parts which are affected. Northern brands. Retivr on consignment,and for Miss Pickering \

-: '. nrTllHUN; I'iilin nary Bal.al, as above 10 25 tf the stomach; it maybear.ervnussttection; but stillit A supply of the above invaluable articles just rernveel sale at piivate sale E. W. DORSEY, Ascanio, or the Sculptor's Apprentice,by A. Dumas -

h Cold, (Croup Rroncliitut, Tallahassee. January 1.11i ----- i a disease, a disao curable by the Brandreth and for sale by i:. BARNARD Jr., Agent for Nov. 2. 19 Corner of Monroe and Clinton 1t$. Love and Mesmerism.by by Horwre Smih.
Cou -----
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________ __ __ for I I 7wuping. .1.t"na'nzn, Taxes Taxcfr 1S4G. Pills, bcal.they remove all impuntic from the C'ntieal( his Drug and Medicine Store, Monroe st., The illustrated histoiy of l'lctide.! Kitto,
I CO'"f"t" d.ul.Jonr.tnI.Spilling Asiessni body'all ran main manner feed (the further Tallahassee. Pamphlets, respecting the ab.t. can Whiskey. The Manuel of Matrimony,by .Bachelor,
: havinglioen
Son'n appointed
L of Contuntplion Difficulty 'I''IIE J. of nnd\rsinr I..r the County of Leon for (bel1rsent progress e.f the mal-dy) : .mailer helcal.d ; thus I"! bail: on applcalion.( gratis. K\ BARRELS RECTIFIED WHISKEY, just Mvsteries( of the Backwoods, by '.B. Thorpe..I'
Jilvxt. Uenlp l< 25 2m Schr. Maria, from New Orleans:
I of Ilitullitiig, &ff. herehv Rives n-.tice that he will attenuat these pills are not only the most proper m.fi'inf January J\J landed from thor of Tom Owen jf
I cr. but generally the only, t.-liilf: that need) e>r ought to -- and for sale at private sale at a small anne to close A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions i
in lii )h tnnaJL the following places lor the of
f fflHIS article hn lung ben Iirld ; purpose receivinga Administrator's Notice. the invoice. E.. W. N
tie
ion iVirtlicruu-| tfi .e-.ft the .n-j.t aldl.ml. li-t ot taxable proper!)of the inhabitant: "S'tt OCCUPATIONS TENDS I months alter date, I shall present my account Nov. 22. 19 Corner of Monroe and Clinton !b. eeUe-work.Fleming Field Nich Bigelow, The Orange Girl
and is c.the I'uli(as a remedv. descrt At m'Kkf'f X Re.ad. \\flnNd..v. 2ht JanvRearde TIO F WIOSI DISEASES SIX i vouchers, and make to .
_ _ ofcro Thursday, 22d del TO PRODCCJ AGGH.TJ t"t application Judge of: Venice The West Point Cadtt.
p trial by a'c IIi' alHictedParticular Store( li.c.tkie. of Leon for of dismission in the
a
ini; do This ( intivid".I" are nln'roll. They are County Ilet ADVANCES ON COTTON Love and Murder Durbin's Observations
each bottlr of Centreville Academv, Friday, (1.i" .
directions accompany) 11u 3 thewe in an atrnospJere. Printers ;, Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew Es- East Clark's Car, Plavfair's Euclid
_ I.. I Price &J eciit.p Mamiinzton Saturday, 21h- doGeorge unhl.alhy '. TO NEW YOKK AND IIVE RPOI.
rllicne. th do1lirt workmen in fItit "t.n'", stone cm tern,bakers lirk. deceased, of said County. Noye's Penmanship. New Music, Paper for Window
2< (
& Talhhss'eeI1t'rida, by YnunC'I. Monday .> white ad manufacturers,are all more or lens subject JOHN MYRICK, Adm'r.J &. FLAGG will make CASH ADVAN House Paper and Border &c., Ac.
_ I LEWIS &A M11S, Dnlltijl.D..mbr Ir.I4I. Tuesday%! 27!h do do to disease aCcordinl to their strength of constitu(ion. .',IIar) .'i, IMG. 21 rmThos. STARR on Cotton consigned to their friends in Curtan!) by P. A. HAYWARD.January .

________ ". ISIV '-_ Fort tan"hlr"' .dnes.laysZh The e.nly method to L.retemst di'a.is(tee occasional -- New York or Liverpool. 2-. 15J6. 27
in Thur-Mlay,2'.tlhFri
Court I!
I..f. Talaai. circulation Jeff. Heir, Tallahassee, November 11915. I "
which abstracts from the
p W.Cur.u Sauiiir ID. S l.- use of a medicine : -
. _ Salnic. d.\coll.: Slt'lrd3) Janla) all deleterious humors and expels them by the ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. N oUce.SIX .
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and J. Waylr* Bakrr, 1U. ISI'i. > Gf)}. W. HlrrCHINS.IVolice. Notice.
____ pht.C J"lllat) : ---- bowels. Tonics in any form are injurious, a they continue to practice in the Superior and months alter date, I shall apply to the Hon.
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____ S ATTORNEYS .AND CnrNM'.LLORS: AT I\ -- only put off the evil day to make it more fatal The WILL Courto Jefferson County and in the SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. of Probate for Jefferson Cou >ty (or letters

r formed! a partnership in tie! pr4; -ticeof will use of Brandreth's Pills will insure heath. superior Courts Middle Dilric.and the Coun- Id e of Probate of Jefferson County for letters of dismission as Administrator of. Edmund Gray,late
. ____ H\VE their attention to bu- Ol.\I months after d.tf. the tmd'riJnf apply out of and of dismission Executor of the estate of Elizabeth deceased.
_______ I, : and will give joint Judge of they take all impure matters thf Iy ofColumbiain the Eastern. Dfstrict. a of said County,
I .ineMConQdedto their r.re. in tlf Middle Circuit O to the Ilol.rle James oomt. the body is not weakened but strengthened by their Residence at Monticello, Jefferson County. All lones,late of said Count" deceased. GEORGE W. SANDLE.
________ and in the Counties of Jarkson >no Franklin of the Pr"hall. of I oon county"deceased.for letters dismission from operation for these valuable Pills do not force but msiness entrusted with him, will be promptly atten- RICHARD TAYLOR. Jefferson Cgji January 10,

I. Western Circuit. Sa.v&m. U. STKPiir.will con- the .,1 ate of F. Brant, they assist nature and are not opposed,but harmonize led to. Jefferson County Drc. 20, 18. 2 6m

m.. tinue to rc-ide at and J. WATLM BAK R at Tallahdrtec. One of till V1NC.ERHOCTS: 5 A fresh supply just received and for sale by -' M. D. PAPY HE subscriber having obtained letters of Ad-
f.m ,
firm will _pend a )ort of Iii. time \lil.hicol January to, l'lii._25 __ LEWIS &AMES Druggists, middle Circuit of Florida. : ministration on the estate of Matthew Tucker,

I;. t q and \11 attend to any (onlyunicitions For Sale. Sole Agents for Tallahassee.Also LEON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT. f @m m r IWj leceased, late of Washington County, hereby fives

that pCI.lJfbr WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the by M. M. Mcintosh, Madison C. H.; Holmes Fay'lor &Bitch, Flainhffitt. ,\ WILL Practice in all the Courts in the AfiddU totice to all persons who are indebted to the said

20. ln.__j._2? A rrot approved English editions nf standard k( Dexter, Mineral Springs Eat. Florida; ROSTrezvant !&. >In Assumpsit.Diomas Office on the first floor of the Cap- state to come forward and settle the same immedi-
h'. workk. consisting of about one thousand volumes. Lancaster C. II.; G. L. Brown Newnansvilleand [ Smith Defendant. ] lol. South wing. room formerly occupied by the ely; and all persona having demands against said

months after d loUc". apply to the Probate For particulars apply to B. Wilson, Garry' Ferry, East Florida ; IS HEREBY GVEN.that, immediately secretary of the Territory. state are requested to present them within two
SIX e of Gadlen C 'inty. for a.discharge; from JOS. I.'. BYTHEWOOD. -.Quincy ; ,Mount V rnon. NOTICE the expiration week from the November 15, 1845. 1 ears, from the 8th day of December, 1843 or thilotice

ex ,to( hil' of the l ia'.t will of Robert D'id."n, January 10, If 4'*>. 25 Ocilla, Jefferson County. Ctobr 11. IMS 12 2m late hereof, a commission will issue from the Clerk' vp ill be plead in bar of final recovery.
ny ( l". W. PRATT. --- ---- >(lice of Leon. Circuit Court to take the depositionf Notce.SIX HENRY O'NEAL, Adm'r.January .
df'W. 9. [17] ',. *; fm Notice. R. H. BERRY &, Co. > Jones B. Fordham a witness in behalf of said months after date present my accounts 3.1845. 24 2ro __

-January '- months after (date I shall apply to the Hon. underifjr hue this day a Co-part laintifls, residing in the city of New York: said vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate for Cash Advances'
: -Nolcf!. SIX of Probate in and for Jefferson County for I THE under the above hale.forme the transmission leposition to be taken &soon a may be after the fefferson County, and then apply for letters of dis-
L. month* after date, I chall apply In the Judge of dismission, as Executor: of John Moore, I GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINBH.Iv. skuing of said commission in the city of New York minion .Administrator of the Jnra estates of W.; F. LLOYD will make liberal Cash advances
(.; SIX Probate for Jefr on County, fo letters of ItIff county -"ufd.. or II. BERRY, to be used in said case. leorce Ritchie,George Smith, Krupp and Johntckley. on Cotton shipped to sis friends in New

1 '-: dUmiwion a dmini.tr.l..r of Norm llilI! late of late 1 tf nit HARDY MOORE) I I). p. HOGUE.NovrmbcrlO.215r. M. I). PAPY ALEXANDER JERNIGAN.Ifcem'r fork or New Orleans. i

I : ,,,4 C unlv. deceased. JI'LU'S flif1I. JeflVn-on County., Junuary I", JS1 Jwwrv 1", IS40.' ?
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