The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 7, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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fbe pheasant may hover beneath the green bough Jo was a clever thick-lipped fellow, loved for evil-thinking that possibly it might Ixs lie Careful. greedily the attentions of a stranger or listens Frnc. He argnt. for I lie} following .

for the arm of the red man i powerlesb now; good fruit exceedingly, that is lo say, as wellas useful in the treatment of boys as well as men. "There !Is one other precept," said my un. with pleasure to the tongue of a flatterer, I year in Spain and Italy, in Flanders and (:era
Jfo more shall his vengeance the wronger pursue, ho did to lounge in an opening in summertime :My rooms were crowded betimes with )bright; cle, now that you are about to act for yourself her she had "better be careful," for thoughit many. Ho gave orders lo hit guard (for l lot f
for the war club M: missing, the tomahawk: too. in a soft sunny place, and smoke cigars, eyed throngs though-Old Swipes looked so that is of Vast: importance-one that tel may not be pleasant to be an old maid, it is had guards like a prnct) no longer to lowrf

Ye have level'd the forest and plough'd up the heath, and obstinate as an ass. Get him once start confounded sour, I suppose. should be engraven upon the tablets of your better than to throw away herself: upon a their arms in the presence. He never
Where the bones of his father lay luten'd beneath;:, ed to do a thing, and he would stick to it, like They would not have come, I }presume, hadit memory :-It is simply be careful' (Undo person unworthy. When a friend of mine left his arm chair during :tisit which the
Hi I ?tep is in sadness, where sea breezrs play, a mud turtle to a negro's toe, in spite "of kicksor not been that my nephew, a great favorite any circumstances! whatever that arc attend. neglects his business for the gaming table, Queen paid him at flue) ; and fur frol excusing ,
And he tigh on the zephyr-w o're pacing away! what not, till he had accomplished it. with them was spending; the summer wit] ed with the least degree of uncertainty, before though it be but once in a great while, I tel himself the pica of ins lie claimed
The other was a fiery dare devil who didn't mo ; for they obviously disliked me, and I don acting, you !should! pause and listen to the 'him bo careful" for many a man has it as the privilege of Death nloim 4
the deer stalk*in safety through' wild tangled brakes:; care so much for the melons as for the fun of know why they should do otherwise, (for I had silent admonition of this precept, be careful.. him'cI'anc family in that path When I see I could triumph over his amhition.I .
The light birch canoe is withdrawn from our lakes ;: getting them.I noticed them towards Thousands His physicians wishing to flatter tim
never or appeared themas by neglecting it, have had their; contention kindling between two linto
IB the far distant West he wanders alone made all needful preparations for the though they were worth noticing.I brightest hopes blasted, and deluged themselves friends, I say be careful"-extinguish it, forI I last, told him that his state wns entirely
For his quiver is btoken, the.last arrow gone." visit ; put in brads pretty thick, in the scant. went into my study,and soon such a whirl. ulih accumulated sorrows. Therefore'be have seen that hellish flame consume the i hopeless ; and that- God, seeing how necessary
ling along the wall whore they intended wind of fun raised. It rich careful } The world he was to France, would, no doubt, jx-rlonn a
tie lone, when the stranger shall *i is.it our strand< going as they was mu boy. was before me warmest love, and the purest friendship. Ex.
And uk for the Red Man who first tilled the land, over ; uncovered a large water vat that sic-their silvery laughter.I like an extended plain, over which: fancied I pericnce alone, however, wi teach a person miracle to preserve him. But Riclelcl seiit 4
TVn answer will echo, o'er mountain and bay- had been filled some time, from which in dry was well paid for what expense and trou. I Could skip, and tumble without fears nt'casu. the importance of it, after vessel may have for Chico, physician to the king, besought
Zm the home of our kindred we've all passed weather I was accustomed to water my garden ble I had been at in raising the largest, best ality or disaster.: My Chum wan one of those been compelled to weather many a driving him, not as a physician, but as I friend, to tell t
away !" ; dug a trench a foot deep or so, and placed melons by the rich ound of their hilarious careful l, calculating souls, always inaccessible i. storm, he may at last b induced to find, a him the truth. Chico, after some hesitation,
slender boards over it, which were slight. voices. It brought before me the sunny daysof ,'and had lost the friendship of many a he assuredly may, a gentler current and a told him plainly that, in twenty four Ious, he ,
T I M E ly covered with dirt, and just beyond them my youth and its loved associations. Glorious I good fellow which I enjoyed. True, he never ; smother sea, u'ouh! either be dead or"cure*!. H fsneaking
Oh, Time is a grave old man some little cords fastened tightly-some eight days I love to think of them. got reprimanded for those holiday sprees in out as you ought, replied the Cardinal j-
His form is bent with the weight ot years ; inches from the ground. I picked all the My melons were never disturbed again. which we indulged, but at the same time he We plead guilty to having read the follow "now I undertand you. He caused .
Years that are laden For ah do not ALL dread Time iI squashes about the size and shape of mel. Don't be harsh to boys. Treat them as consider the consequences of every thing, to our columns for tho benefit of the moral.- the future administration of public affairs,just :
The locks on his brow are thin and gray ons in their places. though they were going to be men, honest and while we rushed forward with a wild impetuosity Oh, that the children of pride and vanity would as if his own had been in question He nortl-
While his sharp, shrill voice doth seem to say They were right in supposing that it would true, presently. Meet fun with fun, and don't reckless of them all. Nothing ven. spare some useless superfluity, and practice mated a his successor Cardinal Mtizarin, t4'whose
A solemn old man is Time !" be dark ; but missed it a little in supposing( forget them when your nicest fruit is ripe.- ture nothing have," was my motto, and I court that charity which is twice blessed on earth, zeal and ability he bad already tried ; '
Old Swipes called would be ed the wildest and so pleasing in the eye of the Almighty. and the subdued monarch promised toconform .
Oh, Time is agay old man! as they me, Newspaper paragraphs, dogs,traps and frownsare and drollest: adventures in ac.
abed, though. The old loves fun half cordance with that TlIK YOl'.NU BRIDE. I in all things to the last wishes of tho expiring
\lf has his ivied marble halls. man as not so potent for preserving applesand principle. It is not strange '
Where the lizard sports and owlet calls well as they ; and a little sprinkling of gray the like, as kindness. then, that this maxim of my uncle was neglected Emma had wheeled the sofa in front of the minister. Then Richelieu, with as firm a
hairs has not altogether sobered him. I have ----- as soon as I left his root ire, and as Charles seated himself beside voice and as serene a countenance: (turned to.
Through the night-a weary time! the honor of being like Washington, in one FORCE OF IMAGINATION. T\vas a jolly day which made me one and her, ho was a happy fellow. Alas he had wards his religious duties. His confessor urg. : ,

A po\\"fTfullord ivies of and wide the domains.Where mildew.stains respect-I will laugh as heartily as any mor. The correspondent of a Medical Journal, twenty, and jolly set of fellows met me on as jet only drank the bubbles on the cup.- ing him to forgive all his enemies, he coldly
creep ; tal man, I believe I can roll in a perfect ccsta. who is a practising Physician, and of advanced he occasion at a country inn. My own 'intna[ looked lovely) for the glow of the warm replied,that he had never had any except thoseof
How they work for old Time !
gay cy ; but as the old negro said of our r.ountry's age, communicates the following anecdote master once," said I replenishing my glass coal fire had given a bloom to her usually I the State. He received without emotion
Ah, Time is a fierce oM man! Father, he did all his laughing inside,' so doI. : with Jamaica, and quaffing it with a peculiar pale cheek, which heightened the lustre of her I I the absolution and the sacrament of extreme

He breathes, and lo on the fairy brow One would think, Old Swipes' in the last In an early part of my practice, I was call. -rp.li"h-.,-.. ;.in.. ,_.nncitIA"..""......",,..,..il'."". .I.f'tl"" un'.v., ,"'....."l,,..... "\V..II o. !..! lark eye. But there came a shade thought I II unction. The Bishops who were assembled as.'"
The white dews of Eld are sprinkled flow, agonies, to see him in a fit or his silent laugh. ed into a neighboring t town to visit a patient. what do you intend in f future ?" asked one of, over Emma's brow, and her husband instar.ty around him, were edified by so much calmness ,
And he laughs doth fierce old Time ter. I expect I am somewhat unfortunate in It being about the middle of the day, the old my companions. The future indeed, that I I Iy marked it. It is strange how a husband and indifference. One only among them
The light hath passed from the brilliant; eye ; being permitted to have enjoyment of this gentleman of the house, (over CO years old,) can take care of itself! :! i is enough for me to sees clouds over his liege lady's brow. It Cospean, then Bishop Nantes,formed con t J
Mourners are tramping steadily b\ ; sort without hanging out the sign as others do, i invited me to stop and dine. While at dinner enjoy the present. Chance will provide i for vas the first that Charles ever saw there, and traryopinion. In truth," said he, on retiring h 1

List! 'tis the march of old Time for 1 am au old bachelor, and am disposed to he says, "I don't know as you like my din. me some place of occupation, for you knowI I it t excited his tenderest inquiries. Was she "that great serenity alarms me." ,{. ) ;,
Time i it old believe that if I had a little more India rub ner." Why, yes," said I, "I do ; I like it I indifferent about these matters. As the I unwell ? Did she wish for anythingEm.. -.\
Nor kindred friend a lonely loitr man hath: lie berly phiz I should have be<*n married some very well, it is very good." I guess," said hours began to move along rather heavily, a ma hesitated; she blushed and looked down. M.\LEBRAXCHE .. ; 5'
But like rock in nor ; forty times ere this ; I mean I should have he, you don't know what you are eating." comrade proposed! that we should try a hand Charles pressed to know what had cast such a The greatest mathematician of his day- ar'
Alone a a dreary sea, had so many opportunities or more-as it is,, Why, yes," said I, "I do ; it's some new I at whist, a game which my good uncle most shadow over her spirits. I fear you will dreampt one night that he 'Lad a leg of mutton q
all alone is
Ichabod Swipes, Esq., with a flourishing. corned beef. Ah,"said the old gentleman, conscientiously warned me against, and with think me very silly-but Mary French has grown to his nose. Some philosophers, who t
XVLcrever he lists he builds a home, business, and elegant establishment, and some I it's horse beef." I replied, "I don't believe 'I vhich to say the least of it, I was not very been sitting with me this afcron" "Xc called the following morning see him found : ;.
And there the lone wind is sure to come, ten thousand dollars ready money, never hada it." Jt is," said he "' I declare it is some cf. :alHuiar.; :; ; '' Be care'' '," whispered some ad. that, certaintly,"said smiling. Oh, him In the greatest disirrss ofrmu: <), being per .

And sing, and sing to old Time! drcided nibble in the pond matrimonial my old mar ." I t: was not much acquainted monitory spirit, but I immediatelyi'\ _! .:iincd, iiO ; hut you may recollect we began to keep I suaded he Had that terrible l Idg of mulfon appended f

PARTING OK THE WIDOW'S SON.BY What else could be the reason I cannot imagine with him at that time ; I looked at him, sup. "agreed," and the cards were brought in.- house at nearly the same time, only they scii: I to his proboscis. Every argument ofIns
MRS. L. M. SlGOtTRNEY.Yon for truly I am not a bad looking specimen (posing him to be joking, but could not discover It were needless to relate all the circumstances by Brent to New York for carpeting. Mary ; friends, ever) remedy of the faculty failed .
slender boy his bark hath launched of human nature.- But- a muscle of the face to alter or change I of that day-but it suffices to inform the reader would make me walk down to Brent's sJore to remove the hallucination 'flora the great a
On life' deceitful tide, Whist, Joe Don't you hear something V had just taken another piece on my plate, anda that I awoke from a state of inebriationthe this evening with her, and he has bought! two philosopher's mind ; and his case was given f j
His balmy years of childhood o'er. 1 think very probably they did ; for the mouthful of the second slice in my mouth ; next morning, with an aching head and -they are such loves."-Charles bit his lip up as hopeless. However, one day a young .
He goes without a guide words were hardly out of his mouth when and in fact it was horse meat sure enough- I an empty pocket. "Joe Tom Harry !" I Mary,"she continued, I sahi you were doinga surgeon was introduced to Malebranche, and i:
Amid the stir and strife of men, I there was a sound as of forcibly tearing fus could taste it as plainly as my olfactory none called out ; but there was no answer, save the first rate business, and she was sure you he told him that bis medical brethren, not ,)
His devious course to run, tian. would discover the /scent of an old horse. The muttering of the landlord. The"re, gone would never let that odious Wilton lay in the knowing a cure for his disease, had endeavor J.
The tempter and the snare to bide- '. Get off my coat tail," whispered one- more I chewed it, the more disagreeable i itatted. it sir !" The truth at length flashed upon me parlor, if you once saw that splendid Brussels ed to persuade him that Le had : nose like t
God bless the widow son. 'There goes one flap, as sure as Why I continued picking and tasting a lit. -they had administered an intoxicating ; rich and so cheap-only seventy-five those of his neighbor but that he acknowledged ;
get off, Ned.' And Ned was -and one tie sauce which I could swallow, but the meat, draught while we were at the card table) ) and dollars." the fact the presence of tho leg of J" 4
He turneth from the pleasant door leg of his breetches tooncarly, as I supposed; as the negro said, would no go. I at last gavea they cheated me out of my money. Half Now the odious Wilton" had been select mutton. If; however, Malebranche would 'i
And from the garden fair. for he wag ah.ing, and all the time was telling swallow, as I do with a dose of physic. J I bursting with rage, I demanded of the land. ed by Charles' mother and presented to them, submit to an operation, he would stake his lift i .
Where with his little spade wrought Jo he believed there were nails in the side of thought that I should have thrown the whole lord if he knew anything about these fellows. and the color deepened on his cheek, as his on his success. Malebranche joyfully ac. I
Beneath a mother's ewe- the walls, for something had scratched him contents of my stomach up at the table. I afterwards "The most arrant set of knaves in the universe animated bride continued, "Suppose we wall cepted the proposal,and the next day appeared i
lie bears his head like manhood high tremendously, and torn his breeches all to tasted a little sauce, but took care !" "That explains it deceitful wretch. down to Brent's and look at it; there are the enterprizing operator, accompanied by as. '
Yet tears their course will run, pieces. Jo sympathised with him, for he said not to put any more meat in my mouth, and es," I exclaimed, fumbling over the leaves of only two, and (ft seems a pity not to secure it." sistants, carrying knives, scalpels, saws, tena-
When on his strin,."- >ed he rests- half his coat was hanging up there some- kept time with the family. Glad was I when my pockbt book to see if there was not a remaining Emma," said Cbarles-gravely, "you are cula, lgaturs and all the paraphernalia of f U
God bless the widows son. dinner was over. It being cool weather, the the Malebranche secured
r where. sipence.Vel such a thing mistaken if lOU suppose my business wi jus. was "
Ye say he goeth forth alone old gentleman went to smoking and telling learns one ," said mine tify extravagance. It wi be useless lookat on tha operating stool, and, after employing 1
To dare the t.entfullield- The boys were more in earnest than ever, stories. At last he says, "I won't leave you host, in a tone that did not savor much of the carpet, as we one that will answer every imaginable instrument, the operator :
No, no! a spell is round him thrown, thinking that I had driven nails there on purpose in the dark about your dinner. I told you we commis eration. I'd thank you not to in. very well, and is perfectly new." skinned the good father's ne., and then
More firm than diamond shieldA to injure people and to tear their clothes. had horse meat for dinner, and so it was. I suit me,"said I, colO ing with a momentary in. Emma's vivacity fled, and she sat awkwardly squeezing it so han that the pain made him
mournful mother's fenent prayer The old close-fisted bloat begrudges a lit told you it was some of my old marc, and so it dignation. .And I'd thank you young man, to picking her nails. Charles felt embarrassed close his eyes. Victory !" cried the surgeon f \
So, till his life is done tie fruit." was, for I swopt her away for a steer, and settle your bill-it's {ortv.tive.-I was the -he drew out his watch and put it I have got !it off!" and band_ L"od! ,
Till time and toil, and changes are o'cr- They started on, hand in hand : for Ned be. that was some of the beef." I have c'ersince first time I had ever ortifction of being back-whistled, and finally spying a periodical there it was indeed, before the delighted pa. ,
God bless the widow's son. lieved he knew the way. They had gotten been glad the old gentleman put the joke up. dunned without the meanj satisfying the on Emma's table, began to read aloud tient's eyes the very moment he opened them .

__ _ _h___ __ __ beyond the trees a little, when something on me, for I never should otherwise hate demand. Ashamed and confused, I repairedto some beautiful l verses. His voice was well It[ is true the operator had brought the leg of .
!r'J 0 10 IL ffil .E (Q) (!JJ went swash swash into the water vat. known how far imagination: would have cur my uncle's once more, where my sorry ap. formed and he soon entered into the spirit of mutton undc his cloak ; but.Malebranche was f }4
Gosh," was the first exclamation I heard af. ried me. pearanco soon satisfied his quick perceptionwhat time writer and forgot his embarrassment ; radically cured. ,

From the American Protector. ter that, and coughing and sneezing as though TIlE BAREFOOT I'RINTHR: BOY. had befallen me. My tale was soon told, when looking into Emma's eyes, how was he
STEALING MELONS.I someone had the horsedi&temper-and then- Ariel and with an appearance of such real penitence surprised, instead of the glow of smpathetic A G.U.E"ER'S CLOEOF LlFIl! + 1
: under this
always took great pleasure in having a By-}by-thun-thunder 1 That water Pituburg short Morning of that he readily forgave me : not, however -II feeling he expected to meet, to see her head The Church of England Quarterly Ret icxv
caption, gives a history a distinguished
neat garden. I felt larger than common if I smells rather old. follows without a pretty sharp reproof and endeavoring bent in her hands ; evident displeasure on point a moral deduced from the life of a no.orious jI
Pennsylvania, :
succeeded in raising cucumbers and other vegetables Ned was a little disposed to cut dirt for Thirty said he, a barefooted to impress still more strongly the I Iprecept her brow,and a tear trickling slowly down her gambler, known in England! a*-.lii- ((1
earlier than any neighbors ; as if nature home, but the other's puppyto.a.rootalivencss boy floated years down ago the Su&quohanna river ; be careful" cheek. Icy of Bath," to all persons who are or may ha r
fa'vored me especially. I had the earliestand ,' was too much excited to listen to any on There are some things which can be resisted Charles was a sensible young ma.n-I wish induced to engage in this unlawful and dis- : *
an humble raft and arrived at l
best kind of fruits. But I was greatly such proposition. IlarrUl/Uig/ such as the gaming table, and the bottle there were more of them-and he reflected a honorable profession. Riley was both accomplished t{
I'enn. lie from the north and .
with Almost concluded to little time and came belong but who resist the of before lie said Emma love and and he for time lived
perplexed thieving boys. every They stop a ed to with all his ; can gentle sway moment my get gifted, a I
night in the season of fruit, my garden was listen for fear they had roused me by their little a large family handkerchief, he worldly goodsin I Cupid ? It will answer for the old bachelortotalkahout your bonnet and your cloak on,and walk with a lite of the mot gorgeous luxury and ex !
ti&ited,trees damaged, and rich flowers trampled floundering in the water-and be drained of a pocket sought and I insensible hearts ; but a )young me, if you please." Emma looked as i she I travagance. He was the companion of sovereigns 1 s J
obtained in cilice
down. I tried various ways to protect their extra moisture somewhat I thought I employment From a punting as I man never docs, except in jest,or when prcssng would like to pout a little longer, but Chares ; he squandered money with a profit "J
my grounds,-had watch dogs, but they were should }burst forth into a roar of laughter as I an apprentice. an apprentice then editor to a .I his suit upon some incorrigible fair one. said"como" with such serious gravity sion amounting to insanity, and won it by : ,
shot or poisoned-set traps, but they never listened to their whispered surprise-at the .journeyman barefooted to a reporter worked, his the. 1'he mind then is all ardor and imagination, countenance that Emma thought proper to ac. good fortune that seemed connected with the t
caught anything except now and then one of sudden revelation of a cistern of water there. obstacles printer which boy the way against I and forgetting the realities of life, he fancies cede ; and nothing doubting that it was to pur. supernatural. Nor was he free from gene 1
my own cats. As John Hobbs says, Never heard any thing about it before ; struggling poor only .A paradise awaits him in love. Accident once chase the carpet, took his arm with a smile of rous and daring sentiments. He, on one occation .
..Traps every one knows,are no safeguard to apples. how odd that we should both tumble into it so?" I know. The persevering follower in Franklin's ;throw mo into the company of a bcautful lady, triumph. They crossed several streets in the risked an entire colossal fortune on the 'I
Big dog seldom bite one, and guns never shoot. The old people must have fixed it on pur. footsteps began to realize the fruits of his 1 IN.ho for some hundreds of miles, was direction of Brent's, until they at last sto lazr.rd of the die against a Russian estate,the
The chivalrous schoolboy each obstacle grapples; pose to drown people in." patient toil and privation. The young aspirant i ng on the same route with myself. 1 journey before the door of a miserable tenement a laves on which he was desirous restoring
And'never desists till he pockets the fruit." They concluded they had not been heard, became printer to the State, and by frugal t oo old to give a high wrought picture of her back street. to freedom. Ho succeeded in hs o attempt, 1 1
( Finally I built a wall of solid mason work and shortly pushed on again for the melons. management was enabled to accomplish (:harms or excellencies ; but she was hand. Where in the world arc you taking me 1" and accomplished his desire Subsequently .

.bout my-garden- ;- but- that- did- not-answer.- I They presently perceived there was something plish, the object.l j nearest his heart-:the estal ;ome and intelligent rich too. aODurcntv-in inquired Emma, shrinking back. Charles be ran a brief course of dazzling splendor ; '
it was only by accident that I found out the unstable about the ground they were Jisnment 01 hiS mother in a notr.e above want tine, all that was'lovely and a paid quietly led her forward, and lifting a latch, he lived in palaces, continued to play,became i J
way to save one's fruit ; and noticing in the cautiously passing over. They whispered to -in the possession of every comfort she' could her every atention in my power, until the day I they stood in a little room, around the grate of unlucky, and found fortune, wealth and ft tends c t
the papers divers caution to young rogues.I each other what I could not distinctly hear- desire. His brothers next were his care,and arrived when we were to scpcrate. She al. which three small children were hovering desert him. At the once possessor of
think it worth while to publish somewhat of something about traps, and started to run to like Napoleon, he had a strong arm with luded to the circumstance casually, and I, closer, as the cold wind swept through the millions was lengb through the 4 Jt
my experience. get beyond this suspicious footing. Both were which to aid them ; an indomitable perscver.ance grasping her hand, told her fondly hoped I crevices in the decayed walls. An emaciated streets London, naked, famished and penny 1
t I have come to the conclusion that boys caught by the cords and headlong they went that nothing could obstruct. In a few should bo remembered, .I shall long rememer being whose shrunk features,sparkling eye and less ; and finally, he who had feasted emperors .
are u much influenced by malice as by love into a heap of briars and thistles and the like, years, they too, with his sisters, were hide- > your kindness and attention," was her ro- flushed cheek,spoke a deadly consumption,layon and fared sumptuously every day,died of
of good eating in such thieving. If they placed there for their especial accommodation. pendent of the world. The once barefooted ply. Now was the favorable juncture, and I a wretched low bed, the slight covering of absolute starvation in one of the miserable al. i
bow a man to be closefisted, they will printer was in possession of affluence, and eagerly improved it. "Wi you low me, which barely kept her from freezing ; while a leys of the great metropolis. i -
wrench open his fingers in some way. Such a getting up stairs," muttered one. surrounded by a young and affectionate fa. mdam-I ask the ot a correspon. spectral babe, whose black eye looked unnaturally : I
When I was a Freshman at: the University, "Nettles and thistles-.by Jemima Stotts mily.He denco with you by letter ?" .Indeed, ,sir, I large from its extreme thinness, wasendeavoring There are some benefits that may be so .
people about the College complained very how they prick !I" .did not stop here. He was the friendof am not in the habit of writing much," she an. to draw sustenance from its dying conferred as to become the very refinement of .
much of their fruit stolen the the friendless, tho patron of merit, the encourager wcrcd "but husband will be I ,
being stu. her.
by They determined to go on more cautiously. my happy, am mol! revenge ; and there are evils which vre had : .
deals, and only one man escaped-and he was How thick they are, Jo Come here.- industry. He row in honor and sure, to communicate with you." 5 Your "How are you to-day, Mrs. Wright 1" rather bear in sullen silencrt than to bo Ie. 'i
the only one who cent up a cart load of excellent There's more than a dozen fut ones right in office, at Harrisburg, and he who, hungry husband, madam ?" I exclaimed, dropping quietly inquired Charles. The woman feebly ieved from them at the expense of our pride : I
apple and distributed them among the here !" and weary, laid down his bundle on a pile of her hand in astonishment" Jour husband !" raised herself her arm. Is that you Mr. In the reign of Abdaliah the third, there

ollege boys. Down they sat in the midst of them, and wet paper, and asked to become a lmrimmtcr'sapprentice "'I pcrcicvc the mistake," said the lady, and West? oh, how glad I am you arc comebutyour was a great drought in Bagdad ; the Mohoni. 'f
I might have known, if I had thought of my seemed. to conclude that they had gotten pay was elected Senator in Congress after some apologies, explanations, and a mother I" .Has not been at home fora ncdan Doctors! issued a decree that the prav- .
own boyhood, that the way to manage boys is for their mishaps. That" man is Simon Cameron, of lcnnsylvaIRI&U hearty laugh, tho matter ended. I had the month ; and the lady who promised her to ers of tho faithful should be offered up fir rain; 1 I t

to treat them kindly. The)" have a natural Here, Joe, take Ibis muskmellon. Isn'tit nm. icart-achcsome, for a few days; but by a look after you in her absence, only informed the drought continued ; the Jews' were then 1 Si
cult of honor which forbids them to do him a lunker ? Slash into it !I" kind of moral exertion, in view of the seventh me to-day of your increased illness." Ihave permitted to ofier up their prayers with those t
*Q injury who shows a regard for them. It is CUl'iNlxc.-ln a parish in the county commandment I recovered. Meanwhile I been "she backon
ill replied sinking
I It cuts tremendous hard, Jim. Jim, it's a very of the true bele; the supplications of both
op compliment to a man that boy love to vex squash." ofSligo, a certain man stole a pig from hit need not hardly say the precept of my uncle her straw bed. Emma drew near ; she were ; famine stared them in t .
"<&. It is that he has not own parish priest. A short time after the recurred and the reflection that I the and the bed-clothes a t
a pretty sign any No it isn't," said the other. It's a new continually arranged pillow o'"erthe the face, those dogs, the Christians, were at
loW to of. priest held a station for the purpose of hearing have self tho mortification of feeble but her heart
lpeak kind, Old Swipe sent to Rhode Island for the might spared 1113 sufferer, was too full length informed also to pray. It so happened
'4 What do you ay,Jo shall we come the seed." confessions. Among other person, the man hat circumstance if I had been to speak. Charles observed i and felt satia. that torrents of rain soon followed. The
grab over them melons 1 It's who stole the pig camo to confess, when tho A word with in ,"cariu. fied. "Is that beautiful girl bride ? I 1
to.night going Well, the old chap got sucked in, that's you private des. your whole conclave, with the Mufti i at their head,
to be dark thunder. Old will be following dialogue took place! : of mine to "I heard married. "Yes and
as Swipe all." mate me one day- am pinched you were il my were now as indignant at the cessation of the
wiring like ten men before midnight." Here, let me gouge into this watermelon Man : I stole a pig, your reverence. most devilishly at the present,and a'cool thousand mother's absence she will see you do not suf they were before alarmed at its
should like the melon*'well enough, but -there goes a half dollar I've broke my Priest ; What" do you mean to do with it, will help mo out immediately; if you'l fer." Bless you, Charles West ; bless you drought a; some explanation was necessary -

*'e hay to get over that pesky! wall and," knife." I you vagabond. ? but lend me your name to the bank, I can pro. for a good son of a good mother; mar your to the people, and a holy conversation was
"Oh, phaw Jo I where II Man : I'll give it to you,your reverence. cure and will be much obliged to wife deserve You know that is
? know a place "If I did not know it was a watermelon, I it you. you. wishinga held ; the members of it came to this unan-
e*.y getting over. I know the way like should it was a pumpkin." Priest (in a great passion) : Do you wantto Oh yes," I responded, and down went my good deal for you-and very good to think of imous determination : That the of their
Shook. Come Jo will you go it ?" What say further they did, while I went to the make the receiver of fctolen goods 7"Man name on the paper. The same day my friend me," she said, looking at Emma, and you prophet was highly gratified at Go of
'.Aow I dislike extremely,; to bean eates"pp table and unmuzzled) the dog and led him into : And "sure, what will I do with it procured the money and decamped, leaving are just married!I" Charles saw that Emma the faithful ; thai they were as incense prayers and
"- r,and your reverence ? me the peculiar gratification of paying over could not speak, and ho hurried her home
usually convey myself elsewhere the I cannot ay. That they took sweet smelling savor into him, and that be re.
than garden Priest : *' Give it to the right owner, sir. the samo when due. And went the money promising to send the wood that
allow to be ( and flower s woman some fused.their that ho
my ear ( a highway or the onion bed pots revealed requests only might pro-
"'ordi long Bteps, Man : "I offered to him and ho would not because I did not the I be The
not intended for me. But the conver. in the morning. keep precept, night. moment Emma reached home, long the pleasure of listening to (their suppli.
po 10 intimately concerned my melon I that the boys, on the whole must take it, your reverence. careful." A few such circumstances a these she b'n into tears. "My dear Emma," cation : but that the prayers of those chris. I
blUQll hid taken Mine pains to raise, that I conclude thought that they had, paid dear for their Priest" : Then keep it, and my blessingwith impressed the important caution upon my said Charles, soothingly, I hop I have not ian InfideL were an abomination the Deity,

th quiet and listened to the whole plan of whistle for they had not tasted of a mellon, it. mind indelibly, and looking around I found given you to severe a It is sometimes amid granted their petitions the sooner,
that I was only person who might profit to look on the miseries of others ."
salutary rid of their
itIOUng acape.gnce.-IO that I might make clothe tom, were a* wet as to get importunities.
7" asksa
scratched faults
got What are another's to inn Be "
careful said I
it. to that
man we
""uat bothewome for them. by young may properly own hap
drowned rats, and pretty essentially.frightened celebrated philosopher. I am no vulture, observed apprecate" -L.
who I loved his dram Here
i is
l\edopropo.ed 1 morning to piness. a purse containing 975 '
to the ;
get over, wall they invitations to
IOIth Side the on *o the next morning sent feeding on carrion. Lei me seek only the wcll-" be careful, sir !" Go to the d-1," may spend it you please." It is a popular delusion to believe that an -
7 across to the great pear tree, and cut dir. the young people! in the village to a feast of good i iimothcrscvermnorea d be a bird of par was the abrupt reply. That man,, died aWhen you I is unnecessary a lo add that the odious editor is a public bellows, bound Co puffevery

*h'r-h' w re the summer m?lon.. ho' -j'it_ north and melon Joon* in the the coening-particularIJ principle of returning to good Ned adic:; fed on fresh fruits an J crystal \\'a oen." ttriiukaid. i )young lady bwallows Wilou.' kept' its place : but the :shivering: ,ling and every'Il,that wants to use him.





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A! -- flews. the rulers i in this country. We doubt with such I Ir a in the cases* They involve the questions, -

Fifm the tJnrtll Advil list r.HON. ,ihf pieothey) gut more pay than they did at The Lute Foreign f r force, whether we cannot blockade, instead of bin! renewa of a patent, under the act of 1 wh.tb
FLORIDIAN. 01 gurea
THE objeive the character !.
i ii to benefit of the
HWRKNCK gratifying u blockaded. assignee of the
ABBOTT STATKMKNT: AS the same: prices hen they did I lens work. And I oripnap
TO TUB PRICK Of LABOR IX Till: L'W'ELLFACTORIES. \ -- ---- ----- -- -- --- the l.te foreign news, brought by the Cambria It t I patent-whether an executor or administrator of ft,
raised -
now, a- the speed has been to nearly -- -"- -- -- --- would be a sad calamity to this nation, and to th e WASHINGTON CITY, February 22, IS 1C. patentee could procure such renewal-and whet**

Mr. L"rrnt lia< Miitt 'ii two !N-ttors to where it was under the two-loom system, they ULFT VI ALONE. world to have a war waging between Great Britai n I To the Editor of the Floridian: the sale of the patent right, for a particular Districtauthorises
Hon. of| Virginia, u >oti the make more than they did when they were March 7 I84G. United States and the news seem I In compliance with your request, it affords m e the vending of the product o moof
Utt' ; but because Saturday, and the ; ,as relut ture of such patent out of such district, and aal
tariff slavery & in is tosatisfy making change ; not they -- of such event, pleasure to communicate with you (concerning mat other where it i
'nl point Ih'I fir the same amount of work ------ ----- to remove afar,off the probabilities an len and things they at exist in Washing. DistJic may interfere with ti ,.
got more r present
Congress thit a protective tariff i is ne done but because pay they do much workat ((4T The letter in our paper of to-day, from ou we cannot but rejoice at its signs. While the hono ton City. a fits of of such manufacture by the patent"
more other
c(6r to the property of the labor of our I i he lowest Washington correspondent, over the signature of uf our free republic can b kept untari.hf by forbearing '. During the past week, the Senate has been busiengaged r or In the assignees.case from Mr.

country. The same old, often-refutetl arguments pay ever rrcti\e. JOHN TATLOR, / Caroline," \i b read with to the challenge for conflict with an,, on .the notice," and Messrs. Hannega' who Luiia.D Forty. frow
In of the mills plan of accept your daun right to use the
some operationswe Dix and Benton have The im S.e.
that hire l used! thotmml view of the doing at Colquitt, Dtia
been times
a interest eire* succinct other nation,such forbearance beourbest policyIt lpken. at his on the Esc umbra over, under
I \.j a
have; described has not been pursued. But of the subject, and the displayed i i.r i.
over are Again paraded: b before the pcop.Vthat al! may rest assured of this fact-in no mill Washington, and particularly thO which mot M honor and glory enough to b free, without anJof portance the manner in which it had been handled by s mane )y from New the Orleans original ptentf send most of his '

by fostering manufactures a home imrk- interest the people of this State-the industry of our those greedy enchantments which surround th debaters in the other branch of have pu t to anothPh all
; have the of week hands, the rates Conre. he has a
wages or ledges no right to do,
et i is protected against the coin- Senators and ,and the progress of the cf conquering warrior nation. The Senators to their trumps; the is that t parch8 of
createdlabr Representative history a lure
f for piece work, been increased from the lowest patent right was restricted to the of Esc
have come to the discussion of the questioafter a county
p> tililn ( pauper of Europe, &c. ; but amounts paid at time between 1640 and various matters particularly interesting to our pea we win in peace are fa more ennobling,and impart they most laborious and their : ,bia, in Florida. The counsel cf Mr. Forsyth

not a wor i is said in jU'tifcti'J of the tariff any ple. Our correspondent is a gentleman of acknowledged a surer glory, than any which may b gathered upo n consequently embody preparation such an amount of efor' the other hand, contending that the sale of the pr

\v&tein a actually (exists, giving manufac. 1846.Now, if the tariff of 1812 has been of ad. abilityand as we are promised a continuance (he field of battle. learning and subtle argument a is rare indeed her duct to -taae in the New patent Orleans there is no and infringement that the of thee rurht

turent four or fn- tirls as a pr cent. of his favors regularly, we shall b able, in additionto The remarks of Sir Robert Peel], and his old riva I or elsewhere. would different patent laws
In'at lo but by
vantage anybody manufacturing capitalists a construction,
with and to
intercourse Senators operate
on their capital as any in the we can't see it. Instead of being content the letter.of our other correspondent, to add interest Lord John Russell, (they for once concurring,) i il ative My has enabled me to your learn some things which Represent ma;y restraint of trade, and give a monopoly the tJ th

country can make or get, or tending to show with reaping all the advantages it gave to the columns of the Floridian, in keeping the British Parliament, in reference to the course o f interest your readers, and at the same tim do no t of a manufacture,when, in fat, they were 0 intn

that under a revenue tariff we should not have: them, by increasing the prices of their goods, ou reader, correctly advised all the matters particularly Mr. Packenham, in rejecting the offer of Mr. Polk,, appear in the public prints. As the former may no t of only the to machine.give the patentee the monopoly of t n

the same mitket: a greater price 'for labor, interesting them, occurring( at Washington. relative to Oregon without consulting with hi. have leisure to communicate generally throughou t
and the ihe in t frt
giving operatives prices paid They that the
monopoly of
Florida I will write such argue a product
the same I for that manufac: you concerning matte!a
everything except 1810, before the hard times of 1841 and 1842 Government, the Queens !speech, and the pacif;c Strange it may seem, without re not contemplated, except in cases where the .
turers' be than particularly. a ail
not more ten,
di\'id.nllt might cf the British generally, furnish stron e of or manufacture was, itself
that Mr. Lawrence speaks of when be says The Tariff and Its Effects. tone pre-w g felion.the duties of a Senator or Representative ar ,
instead of thirty per cent per annum. Butas they compelled to reduce the or evidence of an overruling desire to avoid 1 war with I onerous than those of a Delegate from a such a compositions, medicines,.tc.-and that, to
wee to those, letters only! un account wages The tariff presses in the South are publishing authorize the patenting of a product,
"hil The former have to take in th contra-dii-
f.flr this And the proposed action on the corn I Territory. part a
the demand that at least 33 country. .
of a tingle statement put forth, as to the price stop mil, they the letters of Abbott Lawrence, of Boston, the of .. transaction of the general national business, to sere e tinguished from the machine, or composition which
of the and blood of the laws is still more conciliatory. The hope an amicable it the article
per cent more sweat in New England committees to vote &c., of which duties produces must be new ia
paid fur labor in this city, we will dwell prince of manufacturing: (corporations on none a an dferl
no settlement of the difficulties, in view r its qualities from all articles used
t labor of this than demanded same
other of the letter. factory city, they and giving it as evidence that the present tariff present Delegate has perform; while they have, in addition pvr.
upn parts in 1810, shall be added to their profits. destruction of all these circumstances, may b conidere well dute imposed on the latter. pose before the patent was granted. They furtterf
the alihe
: must be sustained, at all to prevent that the plank manufactured from
Lwrtnct says having disposed oj cnten thi7i\
grounded. What is more cheering is the fact, that Hous Rpreentative.
I givo you an example(of the rate of Public Meeting in Columbia County. of the manufacturer, and the ruin and des would the Oregon quetion fa a notice is concerned' are not different from other planl.and tonguli
the of the
adjustment dispute and
titution of the operative in the mills and with business plank ; and per se, the
wages under low duties, and under the tariff numerous are progressing .rapidly a possibleThe gove
At and of the however that all do obstacle in the way of the contemplated improve abolitionist, Giddings, a few days since mad e patent or even indirectly within the
of In 1641 and 164-2, the depression a large respectable meeting factories. appears, people .
1"12. I monopolizing restraints of the law*
menu in both of their tarif ff violent attack item in the patent
countrif respective a on an
in all kinds of business became oppressive, citizens of Columbia county, held in the not think alike on this subject even in the immediate Indan o Yours, truly JOHN TAYLOR
bill for the of t
laws. would be the dawn of a new would payment arrears according
that many of the m.inufacturing establish- Court-House at Alligator on Saturday, the vicinity ot these manufacturing establishments, I er. I treaty!, to the who have gone West; al- Of Caroline."
allow action those laws,calculated t I Sminole
menu in New England! were closed, the 21st day of February, 1846: for the purposeof and that the statements of interested stockholders permanent on ledging that it w pay for the purchase of slaves
C of the Floridian.
operatives dismissed, the mechanical trades taking into consideration such measuresas are not always to be received and acknowledged as unfetter the labor of the two countries, to increas The fact was denied,and it was shown that Giddings t'pntnc
their and to unite more closely togethein had off, usual, .half cocked." Your Representative \V ASHIITJ Crrr, Feb. 25th, 1S46.
were s ill, and every resource for the laboring may be necessary to defeat the location of truths and farts. An extract, from the Lowell Advertiser gone a The Cambria and peaceful \
relieve their from this Mr. Brockenbrough, made a brief but IBr
the AredonJo Grant their lands the earnest effort to people I pi
m Jii seemed dried up. upon ,publilc in the midst. of the manufacturinginterest cogent speech on the occasion. He that -Anna celebrations la
** In the city of Lowell, where there are Col. John C. Pelot was called to the chair and penned by one who knows, which will !pies of burdensome taxation. The future which ridians had no love for the stale, that Fo e gress.

more than thirty large cotton mill, from six and S. Scarborough, Esq. appointed Sec'y. be found in another column in our paper of to-day, open our view, would b a glorious bright one. should not utter a word in favor of the appropriation I The news by the Cambria is regarded as hizh!.

to sixteen thousand spindles each, it was The Chairman briefly explained the object shows this conclusively, and exposes: some of the It is al-Kgratifying to nee what importance i is attached for them : but that it was due to truth to refute Gaddings' .. important, on account of its pacific character. Par.
about the character of the appropriation liament had been in session some days before the
and the I charge
by great
of the to our policy career
gravely considered I by the proprietor whetherthe meeting.On subtle statements of int.'reste men and wily poli far slavery was which he departure of the Cambria the opening addrtnof

mills should be SI'I'l)tl. I was conclude motion of John P. Saunders, Esq., ticians. We have not leisure this week to examinethe of Europe. Much as we may be ridiculed, much a I by reading 1 the a clause in concere treaty, used up poo di r Ihe.Queen, a well a an debates, uhibil a

k ed to reduce the wages ; this was done several Resolved, That : committee of three be subject thoroughly, but will probably do so in our power may be belittled, it is very evident tha Giddings most terribly. Mr. B. ha made a m eat peaceful feeling the Oregon question. Te ton

limes, until the reduction down the appointed by the Chair to draft resolutionsexpressive thinking men, and ',\is men, even of those wh I favorable impression on the House, and is destine d of the British Minister, in rejecting the
brought pro
our next paper. in with the to take a prominent and honorable stand in Congress. of 49, made by our Secretary of State
of the of would stand
about sense this our are impressed
wages from 82 lo SI 50 per week, exclusive meeting. way It is now believed that Congress will allow thre last, is not approved of at home and, it is
of board ; this operation took place Whereupon, the following gentlemen were The Ulails. grandeur our career. The powers that rule dread judicial districts in Florida, though the strong opposition he will receive instructions to renew that,blieve.

upon between ;,ooa anJ 8,000 females ; the appointed said committee, to wit : -John P. IN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE, Feb. 21. our progress, and would step out of Jhe way to chec k to it has hitherto delayed the report on the some similar proposition to our Government. mak.

mills run on ; no sales were made of goods; Saunders, James B Cooper, and Jacob Sum Mr. BROCKK.IBROUGH, on leave, oflentl the following it- What they have been accustomed to do throug bill, which will probably b made in a day or two. greatest excitement prevails in England in relation
tie resolution : I learn,too, from one of your Senators, that there to Sir Robert Peel's new trade policy. From the
merlin the moral
the South and West had neither nor Esq's, having retired for a short blood and carnage, they see us doing by
money Re.olced, That the Committee on the Post Office is some prospect of a bill being creating I character of the news, I hardly] anticipate a nationalf
credit ; and, finally, it was determined to holdout time, returned, and by their chairman, JohnP. and POt Roads b instructed! to inquire intothe expediency"of force of cur principles. The steady growth of out Bard of Commissioners, to pU. extent oj collision on this Oregon question, and if peace is

till Congress shoul! I act upon the tif Saunders, Esq reported the following pre. establishing atrimonthlymailbveteamboat greatness,without violent conquest, without sacrifice spoilations on your citizens, by taking test preserved it is more than probable that the twon

The bill passed, and of the mills were amble and resolutions, to wit : ,from Jacksonville, Florida, via. St. Augustine, of honor, and without infringing upon the rights 01 r many, &.C., though its opponents may succeed i powers will adopt revenue policies, reciprocal in

kept which \vo-jd cur! not have been theca WHEREAS, we, the citizens of Columbia New Smyrna, Indian river, Miami river and Key others, astonishes them. Such a thing is new in the inserting a cautionary declaration that such law r their advantages, and nearly approaching t free
rn.ing West,to and similar mail-route from Key shall in no wise commit Congress to pay for any oj t trade. Things are certainly tending that way and
e tie had Len rejected ; and now county, are informed that efforts are being I West, lavna.. Harbor, Tampa Bay, Cedar world; and they look upon the nation where i is t o these spilaton our commcia relations are becoming more closely,

the average wages paid at ,Lowell-taking made for the purpose of establishing and lo Keys, St. Marks river,and Apalachicola to Pensaco- b seen, with eager watchfulness.The I a aso infore that your applcation..witl interwoYn. the facilities ste navigation of

the same number of females for the same cating certain Spanish Grants within the limits I la ; and whether it would be most expedient to carry debate in the French Chamber shows the respect your Smina and bnw.yi probably the ocean. The time is not distant when acommet.cial .

wrvice-is 82 per week exclusive of board. of this county ; which, if located, wouldnot I such mail in public war steamers, or in the vessel truth of these remarks. While M. Thiers admires, be gante. ad very likely aditonal millenium will bin between the two countries.
of private contractors,susceptible of being converted tions Our Minister at had some with
Yet Mr. Walker saslaor has fallen. Where only deprive the county of its public into wa.steamer when reluire. our country and wishes to see us go on in progres. mae.difcutty.llearn.a to granting your application thedstinguishedM.Guizotinrelation controversy to the French t

arc the wages for ask, lower than buildings, the erection of which has subject. Mr. DOBBIN offered tolowin amendment, give greatness, unimpeded by France, the .'oreignMini3lr. payment expenses ot running manoeuvres in Texas, and I think the balance

they were in IS 12 Who' is to be benefitedby ed us to heavy and burthensomc taxes, thereby which was accepted by Mr. Brockenbrough a a modification Guizot equally our admirer thinks i il t your State boundary lines. The refusal of Georgi;a power" in the cntr'en, ains the Freh o

f the adoption of a Astern that gives up incurring great loss, inconvenience and : would be well to curb U!, by balancing our powe r to receive United States Commissioners, in case o f man. This idea o blace power" ti
Rejoiced also That the Committee on the Post disagreement between the two States,shuts the Gen- continent is very certainly. There
very thing, ant gives no reasonable promise damage to the county, as a body, but reducea Office and Post Roads, b instructe to inquire into in some way. He fears we may forget our true des dis-- not sabres enough in Europe to throw in the scale ae, '

of anything t" large number of her citizens at once from the expediency of ebblishin a I post-route between tiny, and seek to agandiz our territory, with b ofcou and turn the balance against the United States.

The object of putting such a statement before comparative independence to poverty ; turn Fayetteville, in Cumberland County, and Smithfield. view to have our way defiance of the rest proper for her to make herself a party aant Ours Li the governing influence on this continent,

Congress and the world is them and their families from comfortable in Johnston county, in the State of North Carolina. the world. He i is wrong but his view shows howe o w the express dissent of Georgia; and that payment and neither princes:or powers can stop the march o
to apparent And thus modified, the resolution was adopted. of the expenses would not only so operate, but freedom.
homes into
to need be mentioned. That it misrepresents a dependent looked abroad.It .
wholly Great i U made of the course of the PostMaster are upon would be a mere gratuity to Florida. I learn, how Washington's Anniversary was celebrated on Monday
the facts as they exist here, a few upon the sympathies and charity of their General in relation: to the mails in Florida i is impossible for us to quarrel with our old ale ever, that your Representatives do not despair o f in this city, by military paae. addresses,

plain truths will settle beyond all question.As more fortunate neighbors : ly, however much his jealously may provoke us.- getting the law. meetings, dinners, and various pleasant a
Just We trust our Senators and Representative will use noticed that Mr. Yulee, who is a patriotic The day and
Mr. Lawrence's efforts arc directed to the emerging from all the dangers and The French people, we believe, are not with the membr ways. was delightful, pU
their efforts to have the proper mail facilities afforded of the committee on and off quietly. A magnificent Anniversary Ball
task that it is the deprivations incident to a protracted with aYlfairs
showing interests of labor war toTexas. Thei
of Government in its course with regard
useful called for Saloon closed the
most of the Both
tri membrs. a report rsi' day.
have ha
the ruthless us. We have, or at least pretend to ,a : celebnton.
he principally regards a correct statement Savage, our county is rapidly' sympathies ae in our behalf; and the Minister him from Wa Navy Departments a to the Houses of Congress adjour oyr in respect to th
mail this from the North and West
of the preparing to take a prominent stand weekly to city of the defences of the Gulf I also
comparative prices paid for labor, among self talks like one who sees he has made a blunder state coast. am day.A
in connexion with the fact that Mr. Law. the other counties of our infant State. But To the East it is but one a week,and to various coun which cannot retracted,but which must made informed that strenuous efforts will be made by all young man was.tabe a few evenings since,in

renre is the manufacturer in the should these Grants be within her tie off the direct line, no mail at all. I is impi- b b your Representatives to have a Dry Dock at Pensacl one of our eating hou. one of a gong of row.
Whatever the
greatest offensive
efected little maybe
ble in a a poibe. elsewhere along the coast,and dies. It is feared the wound is guilty
her to receive oncea mortal Te
Union, and that some of our companies, besides limit prosperity at an end-her many in.tancl result of our difficulties with Great Britain, Franc Key West and the Mr. Westcott told persons are occupying rooms in and it

making semi-annual dividends of ten existence but a name-her now fertile fields month-and several instances have occurred in will never join her old hereditary enemy to help destroy me a day or two Tortug.had received memo is to b hoped, fo jutCfsk. that they jal.may serve

waste her cheerful and fire sides which communications have been four months on orials, praying for the erection of and an the trade ia
per cent arc making the great additions, recently a happy us. She may neutral, but certainly not our a sea wal gun apprenticeship Unce Sm at sho ,
made, being made increasing their entire deserted and dilapidated ruins : their way to the Seat of Go.ernmEnt, from the more b battery at St. Mak. which he present a. our Penitentiar.
enemy. he from
works Therefore resolved That tho location oC remote counties. This causes great injustice to our soon as procure the proper departments Snate engaged in discussing the Oregon
some cases 50 cent from surplus and bureaus the and plans debate. Dickinson, of New York, is speaking
profits, will be likely to set at rest the these Grants is a subject of vital importance people. The whole difficulty of the recent contested The Commissioners to settle the Boundary between He also stated to me that necessary he eliate memo to-day-he spoke also on yesterday. The notice,

question whether he is anxious for the capital to the county, and that her citizens as a body election was the result of bad mail facilities, or this State and the State of Georgia, will, we learn, rials in favor of fortifying suitable points for Saint with perhaps Mr. Milliard's discretionary clause,

invested in manufactures or the labor employ should take active and prompt measures to rather none at all. The expense to the government meet at Bainbridge, Ceo.,on Tuesday next, for the Andrews and Saint Joseph Bays and the city of Ap- will pass the Senate. In the House of Representatives
the mouth of the Suwannee, and they are hard at work, of the
resist the location of said Grants. in instance than double treble alchicol Tampa disposing moantains -
ed that : this was more or perhaps
by capital. Mr. Lawrence "and of entering into arrangement
says, purpose preliminary memorials should not neglected, of public and private business now before them.It .
, ,- now the average wages paid at Lowell Resolved, That, in fact, the calls of the ,what it would have cost to have scattered pro I for executing their respective trusts. The Commis. they are the data and authority for b a representative a is expected that the Tariff question will come op

taking.the sam number of f lenities for the Grants arc not to be found within the limitsof per mail rouU throughout State, and at the same sioners on the part of Georgia, are Jo LI. CRAWFORD, to act on.Pblic. in a few days, and then we will have another lout

same service-is two dollars per week, ex- this county-that there are Alligator towns time afforded the greatest convenience to our citizens Esq.,and Colonel COOPER. Those on the part of sentiment, which the course of the whig, debate.

elusive of board," whereas in 181 and in and Alligator creeks in other parts of the in their general business. Our country though Florida, as we have before stated, are Gov. WM. P. press respecting unfavorably Cuba has towards been attracted Mr. Yule's by that resolution We lately found the following cool announcement

u'' 1815 they were hi ought} dfJ\1 50 per State ; and, further, that this part of the country sparely settled in some sections, is rapidly filling up DUVAL and Gov. JKO. BRANCH. Wf sincerely trust resolution to the necessity that government should in a Derbyshire paper. It is related amongst the

week, exclusive. of taard. la the first place, was never surveyed, and was entirely unknown and we have the right to demand a fair proportion of this qUltio of boundary will b speedily settled 10 be wide awake a to the projects of England with! Guardians ordinary proceedings- the Chesterfield Board of
on the 25th of October last
then, about one.half of the between seven to the Spanish authorities at the time the benefits from the General Government. the satisfaction of all parties. reference to that valuable island. It is now found Saturday :-
dlri'e there is reason to believe, that her recent military "The clerk stated to the Board that a from
and ei hlthol,1ni girls employed) here work of making the said Grants, and that justice with the citizens of other States more favorably loca the silk person
and naval preparations were with a view of manufactory of Messrs- Bridget Jt Co.,
by the received no additionwhatever to ourselves and duty to our fellow citizens ted. In f.e we deserve more attention, a it is the Clrlal Navy. taking possession of Cuba mae under a cession Derby, had been to view the girls in the Union Poorhouse -

to their wages iiice 1811 and 1'12. require that we should prevent their location interest of the Government to sell and settle up the The following article from the pen of the veteran from Spain, or to secure the payment of some forty; : and on their being arranged before him, he

They get no more now than the lowest wages peacably if we can-forcibly if we must public lands, and they should afford every facilityfor NOAH, may have the effect to quiet the apprehension millions of dollars due this spring from the latter to expressed his satisfaction at their healthy appearance -

t paid during those year. They IP-c. since Resolved, That acting under the" wise principle this purpose.We ol some who think that in the event of a collision England.There are those who alledge that our Minister has and, which selected were 14 to of be delivered 10 at years the manufactory and towards
t' a yard of cloth was manufactured in Lowell, in peace prepare for war, we should should have a regular weekly mail from with Great Britain, we should be annihilated by; had a Rp Van Winkle doze on the subject for the in Derby, free of charge, in the curse of the

received lest wages than at this time, though immediately employ some suitable and com Charleston to Key West-and from Key West to her immense marine. I will b seen that this arti- last years,and that measures have been consummated ensuing week. Some older girls, of 13 or 14, were

are compelled to do all of petent person to examine into and which secure the possession of Cuba to Britain rejected as not being so suitable for his purpose.
they oue.thir more procure Penjacola, and at least a tri-weckly mail from Pen- cle docs not enumerate the large number of ships and
. : within the six months.In We would have
all the information the next our readers to mark the precision
work, and in many cases 10nhl( 1840 necessary to proper sacoU to St. Augustine. Likewise, if not a daily steamers that might easily be armed from our South such case, look out for the raising of the singlestar of the terms upon which this little bit of slavedeling

week hands" received frm 75 cents to $2 and full understanding of all the facts and mail from the North Tallahassee, we should be se- : ern coast. We are the advocates of peace, of a and stripes by the Creole Cubians,and for a revolution is transacted :-Fourteen girls, of the age of

per week, exclusive of board. They' now receive circumstances connected in any way what- cued in receiving one at (least three times a tccek honorable peace, but we would welcome war withal there, which will result in the planting of 10 years and upwards, to be delivered at Messrs-

from 5: cents to 81 50-making 25 ever with these Grants. We see it stated in the papery that the its attendant horrors, rather than abate one jot of another sprout of the tree of republican liberty in Bridget's manufactory, in Derby, free of charge
cent less now than in 1940 not. Resolved, That we appoint a committee Pen.aol that most beautiful part of creation; and finally for hat is to say, carriage paid!! Now, we dare say
per wages Post Master General intends to reduce the Western national honor :
of : its ulimalt peaceful annexation to our glorious hat many people will be incredulous, and hare
withstanding they do 33 per cent more work. consisting f.c, authorzed to employ such line from a tri-weekly to a weekly mail. Our citizens "In the last New York Times and Messenger grave doubts whether any thing so monstrous as that

r This is about the fair. average-2.3 per cent person to investigate the subject a aforesaid ; are very much interested in trade with New find an article on the adoption of a Commercial Navy Much interest has been excile in Washington by we have cited ever took place; and yet it is doubtless
less and and generally to devise other means in case of war, which is of considerable importance the to the the true. What it hare
wages, 33 per cent. more work. In any Orleans and the New Orleans mail come by the presentation Snate, on part of Mr. quite an interesting sight must
these few words, we dispose of Air. Law. which shall, to them, seem most proper for a an auxilliary and available force and one that can W ctcal. of a report of your Legislature,which has been to see these young animals, fed up. no doubt,
the accomplishment of the object in view. Western route. I would b doing gross injustice to be forthwith brought into active service. After seen the subject of a resolution of inquir.di- for the purpose, all ranged in proper order, so as hebe
; rence statement as far as about one.half of Florida, particularly the Middle and Western sections some introuclor remarks, Major Noah, who appears recting the Senate commite on ascertain shown to the best advantage to Messrs. Bridget's

' r the girls in tbt factories here come into ihe Whereupon Jacob Summerlin, James G. should this arrangement go into effect. hae studied the sbjec attentively, the expediency o encouraging the cultivation slave-driver. Alas! for the orphan poor of England

, account. The remaining |>ortion of these Cooper, George E. McCIellan, Silvester Bryant We regret the Office at Washing says: But to relieve the anxety ad misgiving o of tropical prouct the peninsula of Florida. -to be fed in an Union Poor house till 10 years of

or eight thousand girls are piece or and Wm. B. Ross, Esqrs., were appoin POt Department those who are really aame the disparity ty of our by donations of cultivators; which subject age-then to be delivered, carriage free, at a mano-
"job 5e.el handl." receive for the ted that Committee. ton could not be properly ad\'is as to the importance force, we take ocaion say, and shall demon- is looked on favorably.The factory, and afterwards,at the parish expense proba-

They same Resolved That the proceedings of this of the great Southern f"ll. or at least a large strate, that we have at this moment a powerful navyat position of the question of the notice ha been blur,consigned to the grave!JVottingham Journal.\
amount of' work performed the smallest thereof the command of government nearly ready, and totally within the last three four
pay portion coming by way of Florida. We cbange or days.
I that has ever been paid-the lowest price meeting be signed by the Chairman and Secretary believe that with which in six months, can be armed and equippe. The reei.e by the Cambria on Friday last has The Foot Race on Sunday. .This race "came

paid ia 1641 and 1812. For weaving the and published in the News of Jack proper encouragement, the time and at a moderate expense, sent to sea. alue entirely apprehension of its leading to jff" as advertised. The course was attended bv an
1 sonville and in the Floridian and Sentinelof by this route could b lessened from twelve to twen to the Commercial Navy of the United State a war. Te pacific tone not only of the English immense crowd of between five and six thousand

.' same coarse cotton, per piece, a they now Tallahassee., ty-four hours,and the safe and prompt transportation elegant and subtatia manner in which our first : press, the of the MiDltr. of arsons. The sport WM opened by the hurdle race

1 get 9 j cents, immediately] preceding the time of the mail permanently secured. class of an packet ship have been built the debate in QUtn'8ph. all, between Seward and Fitzgerald,jumping 12 hurdles,

l of their being cut down in 1641 and 1842, Resolved, That this meeting now adjourn We copper bolted, an fatene heaiy coppered sition, sanctioned by Sir a ave Pers prop 31 feet high, in 300 yards. It was won easily by
trust Senators and
repeat we our
: they received for weaving: them 11$ cents per until the 2nd Saturday in March next. Represents -the durability timbrsIhe strength o admit American provisions bread stuffs, in most instances Seward, who, for swift running and graceful jumping -
i These the rates J. PELOT, Chairman.S. li.e in Congress will take the earliest opportunity their rigging-the beauty moel. and free of duty, and in all others at low duties, has probably no match in these or any other

t' '' piece. are url one corrr- SCARBOROUGH Secretary. to lay these matters before the proper departments admitted character of fast sailers, place nearly have had a mot favorable effect. The high compli- arts. After which the great fifteen mile race e1gin.
I n ation ; but the difference is that justice may be awarded us. upon an equality with our public armed ships of met paid to our Secretary of the Treasury, by the ; Jackson, Gildersleve, Desmond and Neville

1. some of the others. On another corporation CAROLINE. Caroline war. These vel. in the event of hOtiitie.are vot of Parliament ordering his free trade report to were the competitors-Jackson giving his competitors -

1 we are informed that for weaving the goods QUEEN --Queen con A Perfect Back Out. I at the Gverment. and ae al abut the b printe.shows that England wishes peace, and bOO yards in the start. We will net attempt a
sort of George II remarkable for : force the minute
was having same for her
that in but a frgae. Tae. deire commercial relations with us description of the affair-Jsckson passed
1610,16 cents per piece was paid, the largest feet of any female in the kingdom.One The Sentinel still refuses to publish the entire example, the port of New York se quota more cordial. Those wh ae the Jesmond and Neville and caught up to Gildersln
11 cents are now paid. Different price are which ono city alone can furnish of op n. on the seventh mile, and
election capableof i probably tending war, hung his quarter
morning, as her majesty was walking on returns--says they were not in evidence nsI l upon
L e paid according to the fineness of the goods the banks of I he river, near Richmond, attended before the House of Representatives doe not mounting thirty-six thirty-two guns each: will, it is believed, now vote for it a most probably for eight miles farther G. beating by about a step
manufactured. The reduction will probably Henry Clay, 1,300 Montezuma, ending to preserve peace, if followed up by proper It was strongly hinted that 'Jackson's rider held
from to It is by only one lady, venturing to far on the say they were not before the Committee perfect Patrick Henry, Yorkshire 1,0 negotiations. Mr. Calhoun,it is believed,with most him in," and pulled him to one and the other side ofthe

r average -; : |per cent. true sand, from which the water recently ebbed, begging of the question. He Jtnoiet Mr. Brocken- Queen of the West, 1.250 Fidelia, 1,0 of the moderate Whigs, will now vote for it ; and he course,without any apparent necessity. Whether

t the "job hand make more pr week than she sank up to her ancles, and, in endeavoring brough received the majority the votes nfthe people lioltinguer, 1,050 I Northumberland, 1,0 1,000 I. will certainly go for it, if amended by a resolution these hints were well founded we will not pretend
'' they did a portion of the in and Rosciu. Prince 1,000 suggesting that Great Britain should to to say but we did make up our mind to follow the
181 to extricate herself; lost one of her of the State for Representative knows Mr. 1,10 Albrt. b iDite
1642 ; but they are'obli g ed to do more galoches ; Siddon. l.tO John Skiddy 1,000 renew negotiations for the settlement ( dispute example of a tall, weather beaten Kentuckian on the
ry, work.- still make than did in at that insant the lady, observing a waterman B. is honestly entitled to his scat-he knows that Sheridan, 1,100 Stephen Whitney, 1,000 now existing, and for the promotion ol a commercial track, who, when bantered to bet, replied, Look

They less they rowing by, requested he would land, and recover his friend Mr. Cabell ha dune himseli no credit, in Garrick. 1,100 Waterloo, ; treaty by which aU the odious oppressions and exac- here, I've made an amazin heap of money by bettin
too 10
1640, though they, arc obliged to do nearly the Queen's slipper. Tho request was the estimation of the people, by contending against This class of frigates can be increased to forty-four Lions of the tariff may b go rid of, and Oregon to on races, but I got damnably chiseled once, and I

) a much more work tJan 1840 & the instantly complied with, and whilst the son of the expressed majority of the votes throughout the and if the armament is deemed 10 heavy can be re fifty four forty secured us ; and if Mexico can be I can't" afford to bet any thing since on a bone that
week hands We well induced to join in the convention the talks.
are. may a say here with evident marks of duce to thirty-two guns eah. The poop deck and California
old Thames was, astoniohment State. To say this was not in evidence before the
The the time made
peaceably acquired. the
that the average wages of the" between 7,000 cbins can be cleared, the bulwarks raised, and net. following is by
and here in the mills less than in his countenance examining its ex. (House of( Representatives, i it urai. if not untrue. ting for the hammocks fixed, quarters for What a glorious result, if it can be 600 yards being allowed in the first mile
8,000" gills
are traordinary size, turning to her Majesty, inquired We do not suppose that all before the the officer, accommodations mane with am- I wil place Polk, Calhoun and consummate- Miles, m. see. Total. Miles PI.see. Totals

I.' 81 50 per week, exclusive of br for re. if that was her slipper ? On being an. Committee on Elections were laid before the House. pIE room for storage of provisions can soon be ar- patriol.high on the list of the great statesmen America 1st. 4J50. 4.50 9th. 6.15 5215
gular work. The e wages of the cannon and small arms are all ha produced. 2d. 5.25 10.15 10th. 6.15 5S.30tlth.
I average swered in the he ; ready, dupli
replied, The Committee was appointed for the range
r *. between 7,000 and 8,000"factory girls here afrmatire. bluntly very purpose cle of sail are prepared and each frigate with The Supreme Court of the United States has been 3d. 5.27 15.42 6.40 65.1012th.
I "Then I am my reckoning, for I mis. of avoiding this unnecessary labor. The evidence of 400 for several 4th. 5.40 21.22 6.00 71.405th.
not come to ihree.fourlhv of Mr. Law. a complement men, making I handsome a days, engaged in hearing( the arguments
,'i ', tlatementof up 82 \veek. The took it for a child's cradle. was, however, brfirre the Committee, who reportedsuch appearance, and .efficient in force, I any vesselsof of.counsel in four different cases which are before iI, 6.08 27.3013th. 7.170 78.31
rence per to the result, that wU,. B. received the class in the world. ailing under the famous Woodworth for 6th. 6.16 35.46 14th. 7.03 85-30
{ were made to do the additional Typographical blunders are sometimes 1 majority b of the votes of the people/t of Stale.-lh Of sloop of war of twenty-four guns, and of from machine to aw, plane and tongue patent and groove, a 7th. 6.06 39.50 15th. 7.00 9X30

work required of diem, at a reduced detrimentally and strangely wrong, that lh 800 to gOO tons, we have the St. James, Gladiator, boards. All the cases were directed to 8th. 6.10 46.00
, i The House of Representatives had confidence in the Mediator, Switzerland, Quebec, Victoria, during this term, the b arge Total time of race, Ih.32m. 30s.
c price, in this manner: during the would seem if they were always ac Welling- a same points
year a no of their Committee, and thereat the ton, Hendrick Hudson,Toronto in each.
. report to GOT. Seward
gave Wqtminter, Waterloo of N. Y., Daniel Webster
i 1841 and 1642, :(under the that cidental. In announcement in. *
preleuce a puhlsher' majority candidate. Special pleadings are not worth Virginian, Rochester, Argo Rhone, Ville de Mr. Latrobe, of Baltimore Senator Johnson : At this part of the race a shower of rain camon
, the times were sub; u t compel it,) the sea of "The on the Hearth, a Fairy much in Congress-those who resort to web Lyon Alby. Silvia de Grasse. Louis Phillip, of Maryland, Senator of Reverdy Vermont, ex- which continued during the remainder of the
wages w 'from time to time reduced ; of Home-for 'sale at all the BookStores course Ich rlens,Sully, Burgundy,Emerald, Iowa Senator ( Phelp Mr. of time-the track was slippery. This will accountfor
r generally,(as in the case of Mr. and his friend Francis 1. He'derlno Sarle. the off in the time of the last three
i and after being got down to the lowest ," the following Iravestie appeared Cabl an.d. To these twenty-five elegant futlalhng New onthe side of great falling
r p5i. the: Sentinel,) come out at the ltte end of the horn. sloops of war, ten more can be added, if ne- Mr. Stevens, of appae Gilpin, of Pa., late Attorney miles. Had there been no rain,the feat would have
the Heat Tale of -
; ble pointa new system "The Critic on a Fiery
int.roucetbt sped [ they continue this course, they will harder ceuary. Philadelphia can furnish six General of the U. S., Mr. Schley, of Baltimore been accomplished beyond a doubt.-.eV O. Dtlt-
was lowered, and each girl required Rme-Cor sale at all the Boot Stores. I b frgte. BOlon. m,Newburyport thirty.sixgn Mr. Bibb ex-Secretary of the
IS minded Treasury
three looms instead of two a had always Exchange squeezed nexttime. A high ,Itraigh forward porl down east, will furnish twenty-four gun senator Westcott, who appeared on the other, an. Xoae-ology.-Amongst Europeans, the Italian
'(*<'f The ppr. course, is always the best any The people war. Baltimore, in gun-brigs and fast rank first for beauty of nose;the Dutch for excessive
eail The
be price, piece was lop case from New
. been ( per York has been
cusm. had board of of Florida do not lack intelligence, to discover the Ig can send out twenty. And without Mr. argued, and ugliness of that feature. The English now is apt to
A a
,, 4 reduce once more, tars think, the thrte. gentleman put on a par Westcott i* now concluding the argument i in the Jews sons
afer of the reference to other seaports tendering first class be thick and cartilaginous; that of the ,
of movements of those who ,
written iBJantice some Teasels The
which "I case. importance
h loom system was commenced. or the time. his land, on was give to the government, we can get ready for tea in of the case, .well what crooked. In France,almost every man of genius

l' The price, per piece, has not been raised ; this field to any one who ii really contented" haf attempted t defeat their expressed will in the :six months if the recruitingaervice is kept up briskly amount to the of principle inyolve a to the very has a well formed nose. Snort and flat noses
he election of Representative to Congress-and they l for seamen and marines large money a controversy censured Aristotle still rank low Jo the science
,1 but after the girls got adapted to the new sys. and when an applicant came, said, .Are a navy equal if not Rune- the number and reputation of the counsel so by ,
The general "I will notice it hereafter Mr. Cabell may well nor, to any that Great Britain can bring against and also the retained of physiognomy. Socrates, however, was a
reply 51- that
was the
U tf m, the speed wavfrom; lime to time, raised, you con t& without sacrificing other important interests We'do UI. Circuit Jude totally singular instance of a hideous nowe. Boerbare and
all differed their
trvrfo more aud am. rejoined th* "ntlemon, claim, in rtertncf to matter, Save me know opinions-Chief JusticeTaney hold- Gibbon feature.
iud the girl competed more ; Lot W strong we are as a entire view had one of the same disagreeable
(as they worked by what do von aant with mv field from ry friend: taking ihercscur-es M'th,rtrrlt. nua power ng contrary to those of Judges I.IcLaneory We Lave a friend who knows a man with *n aitifi 1**
J; work, sort eoneequenty i !people Ul< aniricKmlry-ha-i no little interest nse-and Know nobody else.


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furtketthe Richmond Rencontre.-Death ofJ shown ( ten. of mUIUSSEEHOLESUE\ PRICES CCRRE\T. Sale I/ Monday tn April 1846. lH jl Notice.ALL .

H Ple.a.l.-A rentlmiu aimed here e' January 23d, which states that the Madrid Gazelle indebted Ii, estate of lit' J. 1 0. >1
terd v, gites us the follow assert, that the Minister ofthe Interior had Corrected M eeviy by htarr, Lloyd A Flag 5leriJ. ole.By .persons, deceased, late tb County.nry are HOUSE AD STAIR G. .,
particulars of the deadly rcltrt. mentioned i n communication from the Political Chief rrti.P = __u \irltt a writ of lien facias. issued from I I hereby notified that Ln made with

our paper (X Saturday,between M{"!rs. Ritchie.and announcing that a bottle had been found foating Guipo. IItZTtR-GOShCD, -. 25 a J county of Leon Cltrk's, Middle office of the Circuit Court for the delay to S. S. SIBLLY payment, Agent a n further indulgence CHI- GERARD V1NGERHOETS 1 :

l'tlul.( in waterne.r Motrico, Spam containing paper CANDLES-Mould, 10 a l"c Elisha i B. Circuit of Forida. herein' can (Arxf doer Svulh f the t'nm J5.n*,)
informant states that a message w-absent to of the of which the Sperm Pirkmsisplantiff! i and Ad- b granted.WESLEY
Or content following words only a JUc MANNING I Adm'r.tebruy .
notice list lie
; ministrrajjr tit
frtcrne by Pleasant, that he would meet him on an could ciphered : Con-cc-St. Domingo 7 a V is defenAnt. I have levied upon and 2 32 GIVES his u prepared
the river, Richmond,armed No .Ship President We blocked Hat ana \IU expose for sle, before the Court Hlls door, in lUG. friends and the public
i land.in opposite are up in ice, and Green., t a lc the of with any articles *t CABlNFTFl;
arrangements as to the terms of the fight, it would we can't live much time. Kind friends Rio, 9 a lUc city TaJahao. on Monday the oth day of I AN ORDINANCETo it NITLRK. made in
April next, hp a styLe nM to be
,w ere made,nor were regular oecondj appoint-] will acquaint'e are dvmj hunger I-mruira, lie legal hours, the following described -
ppear a surpassed by workman in time
0 I S 1 propeity, t >-tvit rail a Rtltf r the city of Talahut for> any state.
rat friend S Java
attended am
but each were by fainting If if .
SH a a 15c and at price* corresponding with the
t witnesses the horrible and A isgrmf eful *ccne. Oapproaching The botleTa found by some fhermcn. and han t oTTOfk-Ordmart. to good Fair, 1 a 6Je Lt.o. 2.20, with of the improvements thereon, in the bear IMrtBE time*. Bureaus,Sofas, Tables cf varlon, kinds, Set. .
within some tkirtt yards of each other, dt to Alcalde o Motrico, a flW lcal\f from COTN UAGG1uNewYorllerJadIG a 21 th< jnal p'an the the citr of Fallaha-sec :t ordained by the Intendaot and Common tees. Wardrobes, Chain and every decupern(( and>
upon of said defendant and
commenced tiring with and Sebastian A of the a property Council of the city of Tallahassee, That an .
the partic* re\olnng copy paper has been communicate a I: tone sold to said writof fieri facias style of Furniture male |o order or repaired at hit
thirling pistols,advancing all the w hile Seralofthe to the British Minister India, 20 a 22c March 7,1 satisfy 33 to raise a Revenue for tIme City of Tallahassee shortest notice He i" also prepared to contract for

shots took eflect on the person of Plc'antl, Lndon Literary Gazette, in alluding to this E."LE OPF-Kenuckt.p,.r lb. : a 7 "Ii A. A f'lSlER. Sheriff for the year 1>))45, passed and approved on tht the buildm< ol houses and such other work a. i!

Ritchie wa not materially, if at all hume. After a
nrins the last shot, Mr. V it is thrtw In, .The probability is that the unfortunate steamer nAGGING TWINE, 2"n 37J of continued in full force and effect. this department will be such as to induce lh- edr iriwus -

empty pi.hJ at hi, antagonist, hitting; him in the went down nearly' where la!t seen,and.owint to theweight FLOL'ii-Western, per bbl 7 a 7J 1 HISTORY Puritanism.and Fruit by Tloma W. Coit bv, D Passed in Council, this 9th February, l4fiSIMON of building to sire him employ, while the quality -

mvMln, the two b nier'nt commenced operationswith of her machinery, is floating now, unbroken New York, S a SJ J Downing Tr.e America, A. TOWLE, Intendant i of his work, if it does not mrpatt, mil at It..ttqual
Holidat \V.
bowie knives dirks or swords., or (a and without fragments sent surface, at a sad I Halt nard, a 4J Kip: Life: of C.hri"tma Paul Jones in Rome, by J. Teste, THOMAS BAR-XAKD, Clerk. any work done in this city.

rcj orU differ a!to the character of the weapons usexto mid depth of ocean, as the strong currents of these Corn meal, per bushel, C2i. a 75 The Practical by Alexander SIidel! Mac February 2S, 15 IG. 3 JAN ""0 the citizens of T,Uaru ser, and mifrnnndim

the contest,\ |> rbp. ail these instruments of seas waft her hulk to and fro At some future time, GR UN-Corn,bushe 40 a 5) kn7.e.raamus Wilson on :Healthy Astronomer Skin, by Thos Dick, country he would return till cio't hearty thanks 'her

Plea ants was severely cut in placeone of %' iron and the latter sinks the last 'tt tige* of the I'ISH-Mackerel" No I. per barrel $13 a 13 Wiley and Putnam's ,No by ThO.Carlvle) Jlelatmg to the" Fare Fund" tt(hat he way continue to give satisfaction, m. enjoy

the wounds being in the aMomen, and so fe"frt u iVesident mat be met with on the atlantic. ttate.- J, hal bbl 7&1 a Citizen of Prague, by Library Howitt 2,, Poe's T ales l WHERE, Oa the 3lt day of December 1511 I f. heIr confidence and favi r. -

ti allow his entrails to protrude The meeting took This opinion i-t much strengthened I bv the following 1, tJr.] 4 a Lady of Milan,Newman's Mat Essay was passed and adopted by the I'ehmary,1ctff. 29 J1CA3aM
place on Wednesday morning, and Mr. PIaanls: notice trom the pacific ocean : 'On the 31th of December I 1, eighth bbl 2J a Fremont's Exploring on Icvel"pment. Inlrndant and Common Council: of the city of Tallahajser .
etpred on Thursday night or Fndat morning a part ofthe hulk i'f t the Huiiibr. or CleoPitra'b 2, birrel, 10 a 11 American Constitutions Mi-s Leslies, : appointing several 3 as Trustees ti. i AfflE JD ; E.FR.i.NCISCUS .
\Ve ire the above particulars a* thev were com Barge, wrecked some fifteen or lw 'ntt "en 2'half .. 6 a Past and Present, bv Carlyle! (o1'rv, take charge of and distribute pro fund of money in

rnunicated to us by thegentlem.n alluded to above azo, started up from its watery bed and tt a.he md their general correctness is undoubted, a the the hore Man of the oak timher" art in quite a 1, .' half bare 3i a 4 Baptist Harmony price*. it appears that a* yet n distribution of said fund
f.,rt> were (ommunicatf to him at Washington, .und 'state"* excij t so far as perforated lit.' the ship- Iln-Dry. per lb. a 8 Merclr'Cltrl's'istant." Buck's Theological has been made by said Trustees : And whereas, the

Richmond Pete"hlrith but little variation,. worm. 2 a 4c Shakspcare wit It fort engravings DictiCnan Intendatitand Common Council of said city are now

-plr Ritchie was at Washington on Thursday night Deerskins, s a lOc SCHOOL BOOKS & desirous lo relieve the said Trustees from Ihe duties

The Richmond papers (with thecxceptinn of the Oregon Safe.- Who is afraid?-Mr, Martin, of LARP, pcrlb., It) f I.'c rlrich'.- History U. States and.Questions to d imposed upon them by said ordinance,and to resume
fVm/iiVr, which briefly alludes to the fact,) are Tennessee, took the for on the CthVc quote the LrADBJr. per lb., 8.1 I( 's Common School I History, the control and disposal of said fund : Therefore,

silent rn the tubjtt. Baltimore Sun LrATiirn-Harness, per Ib "0 a Parker's Exercises on Composition, lie it ordained by the Intendant and Common

Reo\, we pie particulars as we find in the Sole 2" I Daties Algebra", Davie Lengendre, Council nf the city of Tallahassee, That the said
pa .He was for the motion, and dt hrr that he did UpprPr9idr, a 4i Day's Algebra, Amsvtorth's i Latin Dictionary ordinance, passed and approved :31st diy of Decem 'IElKCnT.Ki 4
tr. not for the British 1 .
Te lhtt Patriot of Thursday afternoon his care constituents nor h's"So far 'e ', 7" a glj Levcrett's Latin Lexicon, Kingnlev'a T her, H4J, appointing Francis Eppf. D. C Wilson :" this meth( d to inform the public that he
'. "Jt II said that Mr R fired eight times and as were concerned, he' was sure that I SheepSkins, .Vte a t Latin Lessons, French Grammar.CitUI, J. n P.ull.H. L. Rutgers. B Gamble and J. W, removed his Cabinet Warehouse lo the
Mr Pleasant four times. without effect The if war should come they would he ready He aid LUMBER thousand feet tt r'izac'l \ 'It 'ru.lef of the Fire Fund, called
par- that during the whole debate per $11 I I a l: lmar's Envelopes for Letters so and building formerly fxnpicd by Starr & Co.,rcxf d tie' then eloed. and Mr. P rereitedasttrre wound gentlemen had failed MOL.* 'SFS, per gallon, 2'! a 21NMLS Perforated Paper Coral Necklaces and providing for its distribution, pro rala among time Peck's Tin Manufactcrj in the rear ol which I.
arrow the abdomen with a bowie kmtl. and Mr. R. convince hall him of one thing. tiz : that in the con per lb., Ci a 7 &.C., &c Just received per Emeline.AmuJtt and for suferr by the fire in s.it city, he and the ame is intends to rarer on the busies of a CABINF/T* r

i slight wound with a word (.ne. tNt we had got whipp. It was said that in Ten- OIL Pamrs'ra.-Sperm, per galon. $U a Il} sale by p rii HAYWARD repealed MAKER,C:D RTAKERand UPHOLSTfJlER,arid
In' another paragraph in the same paper, it is stat. nets e thtY n ). but he wculd tell them Lil..ee 1J a li ebruart 2b, )"11. 1J Be it further ordained, That the Treasurer of be well prepared to execute any orders in eitherof j.ft'Cl j.

f that "thtJ were stationed JuO yard apart with! that if war should come, the poople of Tennessee: While Lad. keg, pure, 3j a city of Tallahassee be and he is hereby authorizedand the above branches of his business.

pistols, short sword and swords canes to fire aprroaching would get Gen. Jackson's cocked hat and coat, and 44 pr No. 1,1 t Southern Harmony. required to demand and receive the aid fund lie ill provided with the best mat rials fur the a
and they pleased was hang thorn on a pole This would be enough to PROVISIONS Bacon Hans lb.. now in the hands said ; and in case of 'i
ai Peiunt' per 11 a 12 n Trustee manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture.
not quite but i is expected not to cause fifty thousand brave men to rally around the .< Sides, {' HARMONY, justrecfi'c their refusal or neIet to deliver up the same, to :1
IiI such
Jit I'e. pole. He was therefore for a J\J and for sale bt institute the as crctaries. Bureaus: Table. r>d,terds.
re"-eived across the face from to ear- preparation to defend Shoulders necessary legal proceedings to enforce 7
S ti Chairs
kc. Xc. in the neatest and 1
the honor and of the I Nov 17 PA. the thereof meet perfect .
glory He
no dangerous All tle'woiindinflicted at close country. wound up Mess Beef, per b.I hhl, S'S a 0 ILYWrD. recovery sty I Ie. lie will also repair any de cri tion cf furni
bt saving that the crass on the Ion hill Passed in Co'mcil'hl" I 11th dav
green of of
qu.ter. Ritchie came to Uashinglon list eteuingi SALT, per Sack, 2 a 21 February, 1-'4. tuie.
at his father's Oregon would :(n't for and that the berries .I State "'nx CollertoiN hair.. SIMON Intendant if
Jpar SOAP, 6 ( 7c TO\VLF He would return Li* grateful thanks t lo theriti/er
The Sun of Friday moring, ,(a similar stateruent.justlv on the mountain tops srrvt as buckshot in the : -." prb. Orleans: per Ib, S that if this of thnncontre hands of freemen to repel the cnemtIlereturred BY February 2-, 'J 15
remarking version White Hatanna, 12J a 13 expose for sale, before the (out Housedoor :2 receivedandrcspechfullv I elicit a continuance
.correct, it mav without fear of contradiction thanks tothe Chairman Mr. Tibbdtts Double Refined Loaf 10 t 17c in the town of Jasper, ( wuntt of Hail on,on I For sale. of their favors a, he pieiize., himself to tin satisfaction ||
be deemed the most murderous and blood for hating citen him the floor, after laboring for it .
Lump aTE Tier TWO HOR.,E with to all who may give him their order both in
afliir that e.tr occurred among civilized men:' for Jour weeks and promised that if ever he himself *. according to qualify, "VnSliTOB t fr.ol Monday'in Srpfcmbcr licit, A harness, cnmplfte.1"JEREY.GO, : double< price and quality of his work.1January

:Washington (correspondent of the Sun, thus re- should be placed in the chair, ho would give it to t.cco. according to quality( 10 af' the follow ) 01 so much thereof as will A light TWO HORSE ROAD WAGONwith to, 1<<4C. 23
hte the occurrence : Mr. T. a 'Itetle' allner. Mr. M., it is aid, was Leaf, a I'* pat the State and County taxes due on the same forth top and trough. Aprlv- to : gear, i

Much sensation ha been produced here bth onre a preacher If !o, this wi account for thesingularity i WIDGL.US Shy 10. $'. a 4lObvl2 tear Ifel'i.: February fee 2S b Ii. 32t H. ARCHER. .! Wrn W mflEO 1 $1I
intelligence of the Richmond duel or trasj sdv'. _Mi. of hi.manner, for evidently considers 240 ZICtby TIle S E i of S>-c :11, and the F J of the N E 4 of r -

Ritchie is here lie has a slight wound on his face. ce-ture as tin letter part of oratory." 11, 3J ( Sec 11,and theentire section 31, and the W '1 of Sot Co-Pnrtncrship. r0s. f

colored by a patch. which In received from his adtersariesswordcaiie WHISKFY, 33 a( 30RKM :, and the E i of the S W 4 of Sec 2j. all of T 2, 4
Mr. Ritchie had two lair oduelling r Pacifit R1hoat.-Our friend v the Courier has, Ri2NaudE. The NE4ofS2xmrmdtheN jotS Tlirunder'if1 haincthidaya3QiatE them- i

pistols, one ret oh er. and a bowie knife in a fit of il.humor, run against our hobby and near- \RKS. :, and theN i: J of S..1'I.Tl, R 12, N and E.l.tir. LLOYD and FLAGG, will continue the mercantile\RR, Ifa !
I It thrown ,
The shots did take Mr. rC..ant.rlelt : lelo. He has arpardttlv just to belong 'o the of Hector W.
pistols not porting r.den.
(ft. COTTON in slowly, III.inf' at the Store I
and formerly W .
his wound from the ., knife Mr heard that .there is a A. lYIutnw "nmt'\here c"me we thiol must AN, the N W 4 of the S t 4 of S 7, T 1, R 14, ; occupied by F

Pleasants gave the invitation to Mr R bt letter at the north, wlio is amusing himself with a protect continue to do so, as most of the rrnp has been sent Nand f.., purporting to belong to the estate o. Llntd customers, where they wil be pleaded M to see their former .-1 :t t J

lo meet ,him on W,.lnedav morning within four: of constructing a railroad from the Mississippi to forward. We notice a sli h improvement since W hinlol Dunham %v. STARR.F LLOYD _' et"S" .
tards of a certain: point They met on the to\lath L the Pacific Oeanh bless his un.ophistieate our last in the higher trades, no change in inferior ; S EJ of SilT 1. R 1 Ii, purporting to I February I', 1"ji. :Tl F H FLAGG. 3
soul I Mr ,'
the Canal):' 'hitnt'* amU'mEutl "ilce l 11- and ordinary, and '. belong to the estate of Benjamin Chaircs THE subscriber having purchased the entire ,t
we extremes
u The Baltimore American thus notice-- the affair, come serious ; and the iuetion no longer is, shal I quote a fij The I Also, Sections 2" and 33. in T 1. R 12, N and I:., !STARR I.LOiI) A. FL.AGG of xiddlery cf \Vm, Mi-mson now offers '.

received also from a correspondent at Washington :: the r.ilra be made, hit what points shall ill New York market ii active, and has fully recoven-d purporting to Lelongtolhe estate of Thomas Litingston '- \receiving, per Brig Emeline from New for sale all articles usually kept in that limo.\'iz: j

.The mail will bring you the particulars of a: 1tJlini. u. railroa to the Pacific," sats ht. the 4 it lost on the arrival of the( CambriaOHITUAR1. ARE and Shont Home from. New Orleans, Cumanche Saddles California Saddle, 5t

rough and tumble fight on the James rtter. op| {itt what a ,:! Why, for twenty tears to :Also, the W i of tht\ E 4 of S 33, I Rio, Laguira anti loaf and Su Spanish do. I Shaftoe do. .

. Richmond, %yesterday morning, before the departure, come there woul not be travellers upon it in sut- The f* of ,the S W 4 of S 33, car, \\ine. Brandy Hour, and complete cru"he assortmentof Columbia do. Plain do. ,

of the cars for the east. The partieto it "ere Mr cient pay the cost of procuring The F i of the N E 4 of S :, Iron, Steel, Nails, 15ojs do | Ladies do. I"
John H Pleasants late of the Richmond Wbij. and L (beeiieinsThis is a knockdown argument, and Died at Key Wet on the 17th t Februrv r. F. The 4 of f the S E 4 of S 31, 21. 15-G. &c.Ffbrnat. 31 I Coach, Earouch, Euegi, Sulky and Wag. Ibr- .J {

Mr. Thos Ritchie jr..son of the editor of our ]pour railroad was very nearly demolished bt it, BR.VNTLY, Solicitor of the Southern Circuit, and The N E 4 of the S E 4 of S 3,1, ness of all descriptions Trunks Carpet -: \ .-

The parties went to the field bt' agreement, armed and we hail almost made up our minds to mount late Representative from Monroe Count The S W 4 of the S U 4 of S 27, al in T 2, flIt),. .ud received by J. R. Fortune, Ii!es.Whips and Spwrs. Harness Leal her.Top Leatht[ 1

with several pistols each and with swords TI.ltok "om.' other horse, when harlt11 nl to cast our itesoter N and E. Also, the E i of the N 4, and the 1 I extra sugar cured Hams,small size for fam er, Calf Skins. India Rubber Cloth arid all kind of t
their distance and commenced firing,-the one a map, it olurl t possibly the cost of the N E 4 of S5T I. R J 13. \ and IIIIID. Saddlery hard ware. The above articles will he soM '

frig lout and the other six shots each nearing thc: of luel might l>e paid bv the business of the road in L MARINE LIST-PORT OF ST. M4RKS. ing to belong to the estate of hardy F'liurprt. Small Ut. lot prime Lard at princes to suit the times Also, ineHNETOP fJ

they The parties soon came in close: ihilmarinerand we submit the subject to the consideration -_. -- --- -- -_ ._ Also, the N \4 of S 20), the \V "of the N E 4 of S Small assortment choice Brandies anj Wines, BGGGY AND HARNESS. 14\ t
contact ac-one fre. pistol shots taking effect upon: of the Courier : i 20, the N E 4 ol the S W 4 of S 2U. the S U 4 of theSWofS17.thieEofthsSW4ofS17theS 4 bbk sueri'mr| Monongdhela Whisket. D. H HLLL .

Mr. P. The swords were now used Mr. Plea.mts The I'nited States midway between the pnnn. i .11WIVRl. February 21, Iblj. 31 N P. Repairing cf all kinds done at short notice ; I
struck a blow which injured Mr. Ritchie slightly, : pal nations:of Europe and olu To reach the Rarquc Mallonv, Capt. IJ.bbidge 1 days from W 4 of the S E 4 of S 17, all in T 1, Range 1.f, Nand Febnmary2t,154C( 31 4t J.

is said, and which probabtt[ true as he wa in the a Asiatic kingdoms at prCnt. for ant purpose of com. Nctt York, in ballast to Master E: purporting to belong to Edmund B. \ ass. Irish Potatoes.TUSTreccivedbv f fp ft

rotunda of the Capitol il this morning during the session .: merce, from the Atlantic ports of America or Eu- Schr Eufiula. Tat hot, from Apalachicola to Jenkins S E i of the S W 4 of S lT 1, R 13, N and E.. J. R. FORTUNE, 20 bbls. t h- s (

of the House Mr Ritchie inflicted a heavy. rrpc the totace must be made around either Cape Pcttes purporting to belong to the estate of Wm J. Mills. J yellow Irish Potatoes, selected for the lrge. ,. Y.

blow with a small sword, which a deep ah I God Hop Cape| Horn,occupy ing each w at' about k MILTON J. BRYAN, February 21, I4C. 11 HAS . i I ; tOl. l .
mae Eng Chaslma, Hiccms, from St Tliomajotrrn .
upon the abdomen of his Hi friend! i i\ a railroad to the Pacific would shorten Sliff and ex officio Tax Col. H. Co. ..::. .
antaonist .
the time to between Canton -- --.- Note Lost. -
: seventy days and -- -- 2S
--- 1&1G. 32 Cm
that h -- February
think be will not recover ad it is probable few -- -- -- - A fine a .
may not from the character of his wound Mr York, eighty-five dais between Canton and BRANCH O'B LOST within the last ten days, or thereabouts, a fur sale >

Ritchie came to the city last night and is now the pool'e think that the simple announcement of L BRANCH Notice. of' hand signed by Hc/ekiah Jerkins, and beautlfu ,. t- : s.
tto ld sucsest to our friends of the Courier I payable to C. C. Moore, or bearer for I
of his father Mr Pleasant-, it is aid, wa.S J. & L,. RRAltCH scventjfi .
ret to leave the scene of this blo strife, in his the means of supply)in-r" fuel for the cins." The ATTORNEYS AND COLNSLLLORS AT LAW SIX months current after and date, we 5ba1 the present our a. dollars, due on the first of Januar. 1S47 All perSons LiFebru ; f
commerce of the greater portion of the world Judgeof cautioned
own The immediate cause of this fight, it passing lon. are hereby against trading for the abovenote -. .. "
turiae. over the road, which it must necessarily do, mightrthr TALLAHASsEE, ILORIDA Probate for Jefferson County, and forletters payment will be stopped and taken to No. :
Richmond a
was a card in the Hnquirtr, pronouncing "
1 sid more than pay fur fuel -.v: O connection with the Southern Life of dismmion a executor and executrix of I obtain a renewal of the same Dated step 14,.
1 la. .
Pleaxants .a rank coward? Th hch t THEIR, Insu Joseph M White late of said Count, deceased ISIC. lebru look place in the presence of several of the friends S TEMPERANCE" & Tiu,t Company having entirely ceased THEOPHILUS BRATTY, C. C. MOORE j :. rfl .
Pdr a will February *
they hereafter II, 10
of each par'y Mr. Plcasants is fifty-fit years i f assemblage of beauty and fashion creeted the to their give their attention exclusively ELLEN A. BEATTY 1'11. Madison county, lor ieiu-i M _..._..t.ee <"tt t.

age, and .Mr Ritchie not half a old. first appearance in Charleston of the renowned au They. will profession attend the Court of the Jefferson County February 2S, 116. 32 Om Notce.ALL estate of Elias hiddon, late of said county, dec'd it
Supreme State
thor of Peter conversations with! little indebted to the W1IIDDON.
and of
NEW ORLEANS FED 22. Parlt's each of the Court for the Middle Circuit. person ltate Wiley
February 7, IsilrT.
boys and girls and'the novelty of the occasion March, 1M U? PROCLAMATION rok.late of Jefferson County deceased, will : 29 6wIoticf. _
Highly Important from Yucatan.-\Vehate jus 1 brought together a very cheerful crowd of this into- make immediate payment to the and *

received two letters trum '.,dde 4th Feb. renting little class of auditors Doubtless many weriastonishied ,\dmili5rtor'1 Sale. those having against said e5tate.lust subribr present .
mary, which were handt to a passenger kep t when instead of seeing an old man with them for pat to the Administrator within the SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac

them till They are both from credible C his cane, the lion S. G. Goodrich, the ,'eritLle ON MONDAY, the sixth das of .\inlnc\tI wi time re-juircd by law,or they wi be barred of recot ery and voucher to the Hon.Judge o'fFrobate.
sources, and our readers may rely upon the informs Peter Parley came forward, erert and of cuddle aireMr offer for sale, at Monticello Jefkrson ( in and for the County of Jefferson, and then apply

honthey give. The following is an extract from Goodrich address, >at g the Courier'a on the al Hut plantation of land, sitnate, lying and l being and ef-offlcio,/ : Sherif lrao. for a discharge as Administrator of the estate of I

them : prilril'ls) and action ol the temperance reform.-; in Jefferson County aforesaid, known as the PlantatiOn Jefferson Counly ebruary 21, 1S4Q. 31 tm Stephen Woolf late of said county deceased

.Ue are all here perfectly convinced that the annexation manner was graceful hissttle manly and lucid, uf William R. Kiilpatrick, late f.f said Count) SOLOMON E. MATHER .

of Texas is one of those events Inch rartl:fC and his illustrations forcible, with just enough ofhumor deceased, containing eight hundred and sixty Tt-)IIH> Mastodon A. Petit Gull Cotton Seed. Jefferson County Feb 21, i M*, 31 <>n

occur,.and which tend to make happy an unforturati. to |,roducc good nature. He stated that he I acre, more or less: said land to be sold to pay the JUS RECEIVED direct from New Orleans by

nation Happy, tery happy arc the 1 : hal been interested in the cause ten 'cas; that he debts of'said decedant FORTINE, per Schooners Star and Home, ftoticc. .

ting sccuied a solid and true protection from thI e believed the temperance association was dt'stinc to I WM D. MO:ELr Y, Adm'r THE GOVERNOR. 3 bushels of Mastodon Cotton Se direct from R FOURTf't'ls after date, 1 snail apply IP the Hen

:mted States, and lilratf themselves from the le and regulate society was given, even now, I Jefferson County February 2S. ZSIt.. 33 tl BY Abbey Esq, Yazoo Vallet', nf Leon County for an order In ..

unworthy and imbile government of Mexico- in Various ways, which I careful observer could I T,y virtue of1 tIle provision of a act of the Gen 2Q<: bushels Petit. Gulf Cotton S.a genuine ai- sell the real estate of Robert Humphries, late of aid

lucatanrieeds now same protection The Vu- di.ccn.. its tone to fashionable life. In detcribin,, $1O Reward 13 era! Assembly of this State, entite.U An aci 1 : ;!:mr1- 21, 11S. 31 county, deceased. Of which all interested will take t

catecos are anxious to get it from the United State, the trculndo agency of alCohol, he said the inditidual OTR AYED or stolen from the sulwcnbe to organize the Militia of the ," approved notice. R. T KIRCHLTT Adm'r.

and we hate deterine to send a committee ti) who allowed himself the use of it, or ever ,O on the 2"ith February, a dark brow December 27, H4.S, I, WILLIAM D. MOSELEYGovernor .- Just Received February 14,1 MI. 30 4t '

Wabinton. 8 I propose to the Government o f wine alone, u lsht to a steed more wild and reckless _ FILLY, nearly three years old hardly! of Florida, do heteby PROCLAIM PER BRIO EMILINE Br J. R. FORTUNE, I
Unite States, t protect u.and give us. aid, inC than that Mazeppa, which blindly rushes on I dle.wl1. The above reward will be paid for lt- that a Election wi b held on the Pit .Joa.1 furniture Calico MASTODON COTTON 8ECD. A.C.JUST
should once mere attempt to oppose and on to destruction delivery of said filly to the subscriber in Tallahassee thf, in Jtpril unit, the Division, nrilade, am 12 PIECE fne received direct from Cuba and for sale by J.
u*-(or we are now to spill our last drop Crsb, FORTUNE small of '
deterine Leon County A. A. HSHLR Regimental Officers of the Militia of State, a a quantity Mendagu
of blood in defence our l and independence Thief Catcher.-An exchange paper i'f a description March, 181G 33 follow: Brass" bound Buckets fine CUB TOBACCO SEED, warranted to be gen
and would rather die in the battle, or on the scaffold of the contrivance which Banker Rothchild,. For one Major Genet! of the first Division of f 1 bbl extra Sperm Oil, nine.

than submit again to the Mexican Got ernment, of London, has upon the door of his vault to prevent The Upper Suivaimce Springs the State of Forida. composed of that part of the Powdered and Cruhf ugrsFebruary 2 KLGS OLIVES

I.y which we have not been treated a brother, bu t incursions of thie\c to his pile." I is a wonderful EAST FLORIDA State""et of t. annee Riv'er. For one Major 21,1846 And will receive in a few weeks, direct from

worse than .tve. piece of mechanism and we suppose if the fat Gmra of second Division; of the State of Flo* LAW Richard Abbev Yazoo. Miss, 25 bushels of MASTODON
.Our "\'n with the fite stars is now r of its existence 'generally known his money bas | subscriber takes (this. Inthnt Of in. composed of that part of the State. East of th. NOTICE. COTTON SEED, warranted to be the real
waiving aU over the Ilnilll and we hue n.or would b perfectly 1 safe If a person attempts .THE his friends and the public that Suwannee River and known as East and South Honda THE undersigned have united in the practice of i article. Call soon, if Von wish to be supplied.

to keep it up a long as w, ,' art arm to oeftn : J ourselves with and never to allow the Mexican flac iron bmpr arm i! thrust nut from the door, for a term of years, and w ill b prepared to ac- For one flriaviier General for the first Brigade, Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida

I to show its colors again in our free and independent t clenches the offender and holds him motionless in commodatc all who may favor him with their company (composed of the Militia wEt of the Apalachicfla and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the Just Received

nation Yucatan will not, and cannot agree wit!I : its iron embrace, while at the same instant a bell is As regards the'minera qualities ol the water For one Brigadier Gctnf of the second Brigade, Western Circuit Also, the District Court of the A ND for sale at the Phanix Huildmcby J. R. For-

the Government of Mexico, because a man of o 1 stuck in a room overhead occupied by a watchman1giving it cannot b by any watering place in comported of the eat of the Apalachicola and United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Supreme tune, 2O boxes superior English dairy Cheese,
I America Springs will be by the firs the Suvt Court of the State of Florida 21 kegs best Goshen Butter,
morals and honorable sentiments cannot, nor 'i him notice that his presence required below opnt.d wet of annee For one Brigadier
fever agree with a rogue and scoundrel Should the watchman not get down. to the assistance day of Mat Charges moderate, attentionwill of the third Brigade, composed of the Genea THOMAS RANDALL, 100 fine dried venison Hain 33

.. Mexico does not deserve to hold in its possession I and release the wretch held by the iron arm be paid to the comfort of all who may favor. him counties of Columbia Alachua, Levy, Marion, Ben THOMAS II 1IAGNER, January 24, 184G. 27 ,

such a State as thi-and if we can only obtain protection in 15 minutes time, Ihen a blunderbuss is discharges I with their company. ton and Hillshorough. For one Brigadier Generalof Attorneys and Counsellors at LwTat.IlaS Notice.S .

and aid from the United Ste.we will consider into the body of the trespasser Thus he is mercifully FRANCIS A. IUSOS, Proprietor. the fourth Brigade,cmpose of the Militia of I he February 21, 1816. 31
March ', 1S4G;. :31 3m of -tine months after date, I shall apply to the Hon
counties .
ourselves happy, and free tyrannical allowed fifteen minutes grace to reflect upon Nacsm. Dval. Orange St. Hundred Dollars Reward,
r Judge of Probate for Jefferson
proceedings of that the enormity of his offence We are told that a few Lode, Dade and county for letters
G\emmpnt. 'Ihe gentleman who stole from
Notice. my of dnmission the Admibistrator Jacob
I of
Our people are enter into tears since a man was caught bv the iron nippers For one Colonel one Lieutenant Colonel and one "\FOR in the 10th District of Houston as Carter,

j ments with the United Stat<*s,which will b arranpe. and the watchman came to his relief only two mm- SIX months after dte. I shall present to the Hon Major, for each Regiment, a follows : _blood bay GELDING, five years old, a little late of said county,deceased. JOHN .
J advantage to them There is no contrary feeling. utE before the blunderbuss" would have been discharged of Jeferson Count.v. my final For the first Regiment compoe of t the Militia of dished-faced, and shows the Janus blood form FREEMAN
vouchers Esrambia and Santa Rosa by Jefferson Cottnty. February 7.1 45 6m 29
and of Thomas
account as L.
f there are no divisions of parties-we are joined, Exeutor ( and other marks He has a fine lofty walk and
f and our wish and determination is ore throughout _ _ Woods, late of said county, deceased, and shall then For \he second Regiment, compo of the Militia short hack his legs are black. fine a hoof very, Itotice. 8
f and .What'll take. *" waiter in Rose's apply for letters dismis-mon a.such Executor of Walton and Washington ; perfectly ,
want a
wer born to free, we iY
'n country nit
b 'a and inclines his hind
\ to turn legs out in the hock months after date, I shall apply' to the Judge
t' to be free and independent Restaurat to a gentleman went in there t take BENJAMIN MANNING Fur the third Regiment composed of the Militiaof SIX
joint he I am certain he was stolen Probate for Jefferson for
known whois Jefferson March 7 18'';. 33 f.mNOTICE. Franklin and Calhoun comities a waks. by a County, letters of
f At Vera Cruz they hait approved of our determination Ins mid-day meal-a gentleman, b it County, white man. I will give $lm for him and dismission as administrator of Ncrman Highlate of
t t in separating from the Mexican Republic, inveterately opposed to joint occupation," and For the fourth Regiment, composed of the Militia horse, or #I 10 for the horse alone tie said County, decea d. JULIUS HIGH.
f but we must now wait until April next, when the gO for the whole of Oregon or notie- ol Jackson county Z. Jefferson '

: Chambers wi meet at Mexico and we hope that bt taks-. sir ?" the waiter ake again; for What'l'ou FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE:: IN THE SOUTHCIRCLIT For the fifth Regiment,composed of the Militia of Perr February 17, IHfi. 31 4 LJd\IAR County, January 10. IS.ti. 4S Sm

'I that time may have entered into some aran; that his customer was ab.rlJ m other reflections or I'LORIDA. I Gad den count t. ) JUJ5T RECELVEDIIRECTFROMIIAVANABI'

Jpnt with the United States Government" than those of "beef- -rare," or .'tewt'ta- heirs of John II deceased, will For the sixth R.liment. composed of the Militia TO PRINTERS. J. R.
also have before us several printed circulars, ten and chops." Gut anything at. all to please THE notice that I "w.er. of Leon. and Wakulla counties Type }'UHf Prtntcrt
.int pros-s-d-
For the seventh Regiment.composed of the Militia 1' P'lliiK JPotthu"l.T OHinn IRIMK CIGARS m boxcsof Inn
which confirm the sentiments and opinions .von sir he added, in an accommodating toie the
Court fur
t1'rCl. ings, forthwith in CiCUit the H E:subscribers have }Frun UUUU
m the above extracts.-Delta. ..PehaM have," said the advocate of .all Suthtf of Jefferson county. open new Type each,
you Circuit of Honda, to foreclose the mortgage For the eighth Regiment of Ihe Militia dry in the city lit l where they are 12 doz bottlrs snorted SWEETMEATS
hat other inposed few ,
.but I don't
Llt Jrom Terat.-By the arrival l last evening, Oregon" policy cut" pn.I I upon certain real.estate of John H. Saw ter.deceased, of Madison and Hamilton I ready to supply orders to any extent, for any kind of 20 lb< Spanish Cmn CllCl
than mrn CLATF.
satisfied with less coU.tit.
ofUI steamship Alabama, Capt Windle, we hateGjiveston 1le take; I .b l not b :10 in the city of Key West, situated at the corner of For the ninth Regiment, composed of the Militia job or fancy Tyro Ink, Paper, Case, Gaites. Brass 2 kegs OLIVES.
dates up to the 19th inst 40" Duvil and Front lrNtl, and known part of lot Rule, Steel do, Sticks"Chases
a 'I Columbia 12 dorenGAUVA JELLY
.Ah'! the obliging waiter, but ( county ( ComJII' :
learn that the revenue laws and r u.lon beg .three in number
i Verbally we pardm"s.d 1 number according to and article Off.ce
here ain't in the marketA'! O square IVel For the tenth Regiment, composed of the Militiaf every necessary Febniary 14, IM6 50
f the United State went into erti.n *t A. G. Bwman'. plan of Maid jty. Alachua, Lcty arid Marion counties. The Type which are cast in new moulds, from an 3

;, ton on the 17th instant the Texan laws in the Delta CHARL MALLORY For the eleventh Rtgiment.( of the Mi entire new set of matrixes, with deep counters, are For IIu\nna.

nutter ending the day prtt >us. The Alabama. wasfirst ny S. R his Allornet I:.:_ -F D, ...... __.i th.I: ......_.compoS to be unsurpassed by any, and sold
.4sacftvl.mlila.-This plant is a production of the .'u..m. 'v.u u.u." warantf "i b
the under the Unitc.ltites ..iU. fast-sailing packet Schooner
vessel entered Texas March eow4mB1
in Key Weft lS.6. 3 suit the times. THE
; eastern part of stem is from one to two For the twelfth lu giment,composed of the Militia V R. S. Hubbard. MASter -
J laws. Printing Presses furnish], and also .
Steam Engines
The public iho'Yltem i. abut to b elbllsb.il and ahialffeet in heighth, the leaves resemble thoseof I Sale 1st Monday 1846. of For Duval the and thirteenth Nassau counties,composed of the Militia of the most approved patterns will leave, about the ISlh of each .:
.4 the Indian bet.rO", and when ripe it proucea i.pi Regiment Rollers month, St,Marin and Ap I ch cola--
learn auspict.N. Composition cast for Printers
Gah..ton,as we of St. Johns, and St. Lucie.
cauliflower-like of a light straw Snlr. Orange For only, apply to J. R. FORTUNE
( Y. Te Sheriff's pa.age ,
Tribune, Boston Atlas, and New England papers the root congeals into Fo the fourteenth Regiment.composed of Militiaof A mechmist constantly in attendance. to repair
milky juice ner of fieri facias issued and do work" February 14, Ib4o 30 Pbccnix Building s
generally. will please notice ] well-known of which each Y urtueof( a writ Dade and Monroe count *. pre light
The $",M Bell Ringers have been highly ucces.'a but gum the, themselves plant, yield abut the Clerk' office of the Circuit Court for the And I do order that said election be held at the Editors of Newlpar", who wil buy three times Kberiff's Male. IB
< at Galveston forth the warmest a pound ; plants of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida wherein as much type j
drawing enc. the natives County precincts in the several at which the general lo> may give the
are prized as a high by {ounte virtue of writ of fieri facia issued I
oiurn* irotn the pretw. They had given three conrts young the tern dehcl or ( the head Thomas Brown is plaintif and Jacques M. lu in'sAdm' tlcf turns. on the f.t of October last, above six months insertion in their papers,and send a from
roast the Clerk' office of the late
who stew or Court for
( to full fcomse ,and wee about leaving fo Housw clarified bl. r its .. arc deffDdan", have levied upon and be and by the Inspectors appoiiae4 their papers containing it to the subscribers.COCKROFT Superior
with t Leon
and leaves way were'cr.r the CountY of Middle District nf Florida,
w ben the Alabama will for dale, before the Court House door, elections OVEREND, N. Y
failed and rank than when in "xi>e o i manage such ; and if such In. & Cnn it
more wherein Mills Judson Kerr
and Pat
even stronger is plaintiff, '
fmel those io the city of Tallahassee Monday the flth day of pectors for any cause fail or refuse to act, then bystiib February 21, IMS' 31 6m
of a and none but Ex'rs. sic defendant, I have levied and will
T S.LouisReporttr wys that at 2JO Mor- drj. efButia acultom April next within legal hour, the following descried Inspectors w the voters present at such preinclt open .
*< offensive fllnslodou Cottou for tale, before the Court House door, in the
to it can
mostly young men, have a the MiMi- it properly to-wit. : may elct And I do farther order, that the .ed.
*fli on their way to Clfoni They are to form Am. Lot No. 274, in the North addition and Lot, No. returns of.said election shall be made by the Inspec. FOR sale in small quantities bv DANIEL LADD. city of Tallahassee, on a
j* c..guard of f the Monom TtY Carpet JFIaVt1i1.M has invented Bigelow a loom ingenious for weaving 23, in the North Welt addition. lying and being in ton thereof forthwith after the election and directly 0 EDWARD BARNARD Talaba. Monday, the 6th day of April next, I .
lava le early for the erican artisan, which is already power in use by the he city of Tallaha'see. to the Governor and Cooimander-in-Chief of the ee. January 31, 1843. within legal hours,the following described property,

F* rj subsistence fo those w 1.o are to follow ingrain carpets, 50 looms motion Levied Upon a the property of saul defendant ando Militia of (this State And I do further order, that to wit :
Lowell who hate tot in JUST RECEIVED BY J. The title,interest and estate of Patrick Kerr,
Company bo sold to satisfy aid writ of fieri facias the of the various shall set up. R. FORTUNE, right
in this branch of Inspectors plinc.
P 'ZJossts.We are pl < t that justice and expended nearly SNWJOO of the finest man- A. A. FISHER Sherif twenty days before the election in three o more HHD New Orleans Sugar. deceased, in and to& lot ground in Tallahassee,30 1 !

whkh hu 1 long lumbered, Pci'e done to the facture. The carpets produced are machine March 7, I'W1. 33 By W. FISH**, S. public place in their election district, notice of the 1 2 Barrel No. 1 Mackerel l. feet front on Monroe street, running back West 160,
0 the late Commodore Paul Jones A. bill quality. Mr. Bigelow has aha completed a time of holding the election hereby fine Butter, being portions of lot of No. 174 and 171, IB the

b intouc l in Conjrres to pay his bill for (or the manufacture of Brussels capetlngwhich hu Gold Pens. Given under my hand at Ihe city ordere.. f Keg Ketchup original plan of th. city of Tallahassee.
He hu a & : the of said defendant and
PStionip2id ubru audited the close of the war every prospect of .uc. all invent lUST received, per Brig Emeline 2 dozen Woo.ward' this 20th day' of February 184(1.( doz. Brandy Cherries Levied upon as properly ,
of the sold said writ of then fecm.
be toMtufr
machine for the manufacture .qul J ailicle %v. D MOSELEY. Gor of Fla. to
this No. I Gold Pens, the best manu. 2 barrels Dried Apples, A Sheriff.By .
country A FISHER
tlT Kint of Prussia has recently purchased the a species of work seldom attempted"fiVr in 't .Ctn/" f tired For sale by and Com in Chief of the Militia th.reo. 1 doz Cox &M.rherson'fc Cough "\'rlr.Jilllily.I"jf : A. J. FISIIKB, O. S.

.. ,:.mp! .lr.n.tnt.with which Mat tin Luther u'.d $o -dminhats. grcm It IS said England that he for the ha patent received an l'..rua < ." .".t' ;" PA J.\Y\AJW. J'S, '1 tr, >, l sIC 3 21 I Febiuary 2*. 14*. 3'2

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: Sew York Cltf-So. 151 Broadway. State Tax- .ltectof. Sale.
NEW <:ooi>s. Take olicc.AN Sea Island Cotton Seed.
: WILLIAM H. WARD I "D Y virtue o(the power rested in me b,law,J I,k
jr "IIT.ih1cfib'Th h. --jiut (e---iTed by Iii; I\- rttrapn'c will I. paid for Hides stretched 'OO BUSIEL fntlilyoftb abve seed, JAMES J. BIRGE JD expose for sale before the Court House<
B with the Indian fashion AND GENERAL AGENT, -.i.
(I(. (rum New 1..rk.:1l" pen.after by LAW just rin- fo
.TOR"EAT a HIEIECJIHEAHS? ffAEMlE the city of Tallahassee, county of Leoo
Mar I"1. 42 M. l. BAKT.U..Tliddlc H. & ,
<)d'i*. Cntton Ho,*.i& -ftcd, 10. 5 __ City of Washington D. C.
Print- la'- : :31. IMfi, 7s taten the above store, between the CITY On iKcjirtl Monday in August ear
IVlpiccr* pattern.Al -*, January .
Circuit ofFlorifln. T> ESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend HAS and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he
11" a variety .( Faix"> Dry Goi-ls.! XX of before the severalEzecetsie the following property,or so much thereat ss "ill
t"t selection of FRENCH
Clams LEWIS & will hand choice
JFJ'nnsox AMES kep on a
Which we offrr f<'r fair at theloueM l ;prices.I. Departments ( Government, and pay the State Tax doe on the same for the Tear iat

.. & II GREENBERG: 3. CO. Srni.iio TERM, 1S10.Chti claims a aiiut the United States for Lands or MontY.to l AND ENGLISH CLOTHS CASSIMERS solicit continuance VEST-. W I.NV I, S 13.T 2, R 2. N and E.adjoaaar

JIiIjt' __". t"l. 11 >tian rt Bless, )> Petition to foreclose a moi tzase.Willijfi the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims before Drugs. Medicines DILEI, Paint: Oils, I\GS.l..c of the patronage He would of respectfully his Florida friends a believing lands IcDown belonging to Col. R. W. Williams owner!*!
Indian other Treaties,
Tax Collclor Nonce.II R Ptrry. ) to Pre-emption CuinciiJMoncrs and und-r other .Claims or and to the Toilet Articles, Prrfumcr If., Window Glass, he will be enabled to give them the most entire The E I, S E 4.S 13, N E 4 o( N E 4. S 04 S
It.\\ ,:thi. diy It.ve.Iw.nI..t4. N,w. crizl.t. niati '. defendant and all interested arc here- Lnl satisfaction.
I ( THE (persons proC'irini ol Land Patents, 1'lioll in the Army AND COLORS, iof NW4.S24.T2.R2, E. \vS18NWI0fNWISl9T2.R .i.SWJ.
tei arid el-ven, ["\t1.1ICTey., .hining notili. that the |petition in tH. shore Uo and :. busirieasconnectvd to PU=TER' 1RtJF1 April j'.ii.: 37 3. N and
tl. EW4 -
\teen hmdn-dacn'sof l lid. l.-> I h ill bet vyor tht'r."ith. Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac.rriHE S
i more f.r is : na thi4 in the of th Clerk of the .
; f- oOI bunting of .fur scientific or useful Intentions New Extensive and Splu chI of NW 4S19NW 4ofSW4S19Tj3.N
-c. eq Little River and K'xVy C,nil'rtt.and.!.; t. t-M! Circuit Court JeflH'n County, Middle Circuit, and .Iate..lhc buil" of a public nature reUiriniaii above constantly on hand, and for sole at the ASSORTMENT OF and E; S4of N E 4.S24.T?. R2.N aad'I K
b f.re th: (Virt IffJIl'-l'or. in tSe t.rn .f Qnncv. FioriJj, and are hereby required to file their! objecti.n Acent.Claims J. lowest market prices. situated lying and being about fifteen mild

'.i the first M I.I, in Jly. 1.! >. lor the CVrmty ".i il I an*' they base,.accurdn; to law. Said mort- '] individuals promptly attended to, OLDT.HI LOY:]JM, &GrpHE of Tallahassee on the road leading to northeast

lat d'j- (;ai Is ln t*<*nty f;. the \'eighteen i hun- oC i* on the following property to-"it : a certunIr.l.t : titleintettigaUd z.n' A.C. ALSO, in tore ;great varietY of articles (o family subscribers are now receiving floe ass*:- Store or to the Miecosookie Lake,purporting Barney's to be.
drl I ad f(rtr-fivet4| t'jfcnilronU.hy the cliiinaitsof i "f land the Count Macaroni Yermicella, JL mentof CLOTHS, C.ISSLIfERS&VES7-
or ('ac"l ,liingandbemzin ) lulortnati free tf letters to use, Pickles, Olives, Capn. long to estate Theophilns Hyman.
JI.ndn.; .% the property of the .\1' .he 1.i- (1 Itf.rln. and adjoining the town of Monticelhon >t.I'.iJ. gilen chre.1 Currant Jell', Glue Prunes, Almonds, INGS which they are prepared to manufacture in The E I. X E4" dSE4S23NW4.NEl

.'<>!. Lat-I Cuinpvat. 11.Sull., and frontinsr the road leading to Pal- b po nrriiilcE' : Ry e and Peach Waters, Sperm Caolt, &r. the most fashionable manner. Also large supply S3'5T3R2.NandF.Et.SE4,529Wj ,
J\MES, \.' MrMILLKN.Qii'iev. .. inor ;IliIK measuring eight i t\\oC":2) feit front lton.> A. S. WHITE, U. S. Scnato.E. .*V ASSORTMENT OF RE1DT MADE CLOThING, W J, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E.,situated Bear Mac-
l>v. ? '. t-ifi 21 ( "' Tax Cll"-l" r.SURGEON two hu.dr.J( 'P>) feet South' from slid road, and .
A. HA.t.xroA.v, 3A3BBJEIT made by ourselves)in the latest style,consisting nington purporting to belong to Lewis Conner and
.and kn .. up
Cbrstian: the Wet
adjoining me. on I ammI )
ale : I; JJ1.: : -LI'RIOW., in part of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company
the I't.'n which Samnel l C. Craft lived in the year JAMI.S SEMPLE, Growth
I II1. '7th NovemVr, 1 I"|;. ; .. Frock, Dress and Business Coats : TheEfSE.IS9WjSW1SJONr1.
D. R. .0 November. IS45
DENTIST, Hatt ATCHI-O.V, ., _. \ ____ S15.T1.R I, SandE ; SI7.TJ.RI.N'DCU
lC.Xl k IFXCFR. C. AIL1. Black and Colored Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats the E i, S E 4 of said section also E i.iW
taVcn room at J. L JH': l1..Y':. and may .. except ;
s.licitor1 P..titontr.n .4 J. J. of Illioois. Cloaks and Overcoat Tweed Saxa Gotha
f-ft 111 there at all time*, unless profession lai- .'.. 4m 1.\UHX. iSI7.T2.RI."iandW; Ek.N W1.S9.T
-rm >
and Beaver Bus.Coats Surtonts.
.J S.A. DtCL. !, & J, R 1, N W.owners not known.
ly '"I ztd.N'cmbr .. (If TOOTH ACHE j]
I li, iqis. IT :imiIA'flLfl.L Notice. 'ILLI GRIE=, Kentucky. Plain and Fancy '-elh. TheEI.NEJS9WINWIS1OSW4.
SIX rrcMill'ifter dtt I shall apply' to the Hon JOHN PCTTIT( Indiana. Black and figured Satin Silk Cashmere Valencia, S 10, S and E., adjoining the lands belonging to Geo.

] HAMLIM) *!!!.' JuJi-of Probate for JetTcrsun County, for ... S. C. SIMPLE and Silk Velvet. T. Ward &(r..about five miles southeast cf Tallahassee -
I.t'r.: <-f di.mi'ii.ii a-. Administrator ol Joel C. B. SMITH DR. ,owner not known.
.4 a certain and immediate in all PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Xeu-Orlfatis I.a. Walktr, late of said count. dereaa'd. .. J. A. WRH.HT, cure TheEJof W '.of Sg-.in TJ, R I.: aDd W, .
cases, hoeer relief in few
Missotri. a
J. It. of giving
JESSE W.I.Kr.n10tII'Or BowL very ALSO-A VERY L.BGESORnlE T OK SO acres near Lake Jackson purporting to belong to
? th. 23-m J. M IICGHES. minute, and that, too, "ith.olt any injury to the
Charles Williamson.
RFIERNCFI : l"l. --------- 'I Teeth (Gams.. It the of enlivening Cotton Linen Shirts Cotton Nett Merino r- ,
hENRY DOIN.K, \\'I-on possesses property .
i.rul The N W 4 of S W 4, S 26 E |. S ElS27ahi'in
< "I 1 \\'n.Llu( BULLY.: Jeller! -n Couatj, Collars, Lambs-wool. Canton ;
Iii itic Circuit Court of the Middle Cir- !i2, !M3.. 3, the Gums when in a morbid and of restoring '
\ J \,... KIt :Y. Ksf., Tallh; v.-e, a healthy igorous action.O stte.. Stocks and made Flannel and T 2 R 2, N and E, containing 120 36-10O acres.
cult of Florida. ---- --
an situated and about fourteen mikv northeast
Pfcir.L LJLPD, Ei, Newport. Ix CH \ CERY. 'Proi' aU things hold fast that which Is tood.' (: Price 5*) Cfnt:per phial with ful directions.For Cravats JeaJUU'ndenhirtundGlot'es lying being .
1eeeraber Il. 2 J 3m IN HAMILTON COUNTY.JohnF. arc sale a Tallahassee:. by LEWD .hu sole Drawers, of Tallahassee, purporting to belong to the n.late
Hand'chiefc, silk, um1I lf Hose of Robert HamphrVys.Also
PuiuLF.sro.v, J.
JOHN ELtSlLlC, Smith, i ; L the following town lot: Lot No.220 in the
bric.l..c. \ Hats and
r,. > Bill (VDi"crC. ,Quincy and my b foun enquiry in Cap, the Tallahassee and
of of cf
original plan city part
ATTORXEV AT LAW the tons and Suspenders, BootsandShoes ic.
Sarah mith. J villages State.
lot No. 174 in the north addition to the city cf Tallahassee .
(lulll Y. Florida.WILL IT appearms t') the satisfaction of the Judge I bj IPi.- --47- Gm Evrry requisite to a GeBtlema&'i Wardrobecan also lot No. 76 in the south half of the
attend the Justices' CwrN f>( Gaobdea the affi-lj\it of the complainant'Solicitor that "
,"', the Circuit Court Middle Florid. the df'" daiit. i I. non-roid of the State of H'.- be found at their establishment on the most reasonable county quarter of said city. .
: terms. Our stock will be replenished the Also the lands purporting belong to the Apa-
aril th' I'o"Irt. th" adjicent Omnties of GNovraber evrrza. / i orJernl.Tliat I LOZENGESl by
in rids re1'iing in the State of Gcorffia: / I "
Uirj JL arrival of almost every vessel from New York during lachicola Land Company, lying in the county of
2 ;, l4i ? the aid do arid aid
df.f.nd.nt appear an.S.tr North the line of
and | the season by new goods purchased by Mr. Leon bounded by demarcation
Srnnnri eop '_ fi within four month!, or the same .1al L taken the River South the
COUGH LOZENGES are now ra- STILLMAN, who will remain North during the West by Ocklockny by ccu&ty

..- .. 'tr-; i.:' : for (nff ed: Pr. That due puMication in this bemadeoIthisord.rinsiimi.newspaperprinted rec- superceding every Ither preparation in winter for that purpose. We flatter ourselves, by of Wakulla and East by the St. Marks Riser and

l titty ai the beit cathartic and anent| medicine inu couzhs,cord.asthma,whooping cough, such an arrangement and by selling EXCLUSIVELY known as part of Forbes Purchase."
No. 4. .ruat LPKX, Datt1 lti October, 1-13. ei*C the:;: !h*.ie.&tcd preference., and from their decision leading to consumption( and death than any other establishment in the city. All Shff. and ex-officio Tax-Col. L C.

NF.W.ORLE.N.I.i :?.!. TIOfS! frLJt.l.e. there. is no al'I'\ \ (' 1 /<:.*. Prira! 9.:cmts per Bo\ with (ul directions. persons in want of clothing are respectfully invited January 24,1S46. 27 6m

\\riLL attend to LTYINU, SELLING RECEIVF O'CRIa C..mpliranf. !s.licih.r minute ThE follcwinnz is from fr. Isaac M. Thomas, mer For sale in Tallahas.-ee" b, LEV/IS AMES, se!e to call and examine and judge for themselves.
Tax Collector's
F .; rid FORWARDING, with promptness c'-pv J.'S. chat,at T-llade Sprin r", AlabamaTtLLSDE : .-ent.: 11 Quincy by J. L. S I\LLWOD. inMonticello CLARK & STILLMAN

ad despatch. fRIClrk. ;* SpRi>f;., lalladesa Co.. ) b.* \MUEL PElLETOX. may I Monroe street, next door to Starr Ac. Flag; T)Y virtue of the power vetted in me by b".I shall
XQ..u.-r S.S. 1-.. :r- -Noember----13-, 10-I l' 1 -m _u. Alabama. ,_ .\urut 17, l.I: J b found gem'raly in the storts 'Jgb"ut the State.hULL'S November I. S45. 15 If X) expose for sale,before the Court House door m
Madison County Honda,on the
This is
---- to crrtily that I hate been afflicted will

NEW BOOKS &,C.j'jcntKr C..An sick headache. *1I'sia. and liter complaint androtjvcness M'CANTS & SPENCER First Monday in September, 1848,
.)( Afli'PRINCIPE CIGARScflhcfollow- fur the or the following or so much thereof as will
nine property
rtjlE IIAJ ja.t rect-ne-f|xrri 8r1g4 M.ta.I years during
m' a-ic Si if" "". 4 l ria:.d ej'l.-:.II.j .44r1.taezit _u'Ju'j mz choice brand*- which! time I had taken a well as I recollect, about [PMG)t1 I ATTORNEYS AT LAW. pay the State tax due on the same for the year 1S45,

ri tat I'jiloAiij rti- ...: Ju.to, S anz, CuDstantta: and Del \.11 .i\t'I\t'of Ueckwith's Pill, twehe boxes of Pettr'st IX7ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Di,- viz:

'IH't'lL BOOKS i'r' I/'an Recalia.. Pill, and a nlnlbr of boxes of Champion'sand Hive proved in more than 1500 cases infallible. V V trict and the Court of Appeals and in th, Section 21. T II. RIO. Sled N E 4of See*,

01r.. 1rie', i-l 'Ii 1t', furmrlj 01 f'f..ul :
UbeI I .; I ,.j., t.t".r 'Ith ina.y .n"" "crkron I'V/J Imperial] little or no relief. lt. I was recommended to from the effects of worms alone. Parents annual, Sept. 21, II. 9 N W4S33NjS32SES2NW4S29.S .

Ge.ni'h}.';ra.m-, .Arithmetic,Xc, .t. I U.'J'") Trabuco Tulipana.1M try- Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, *-D WELL I DID* to particular to observe mptoms, and administer J. L.. Tompkins. i, S 29, purporting to belong to David S. hnn-
LANK UII'K"Qf for I never. hid but one attack of the sick headache a safe and effectual( before taxes 810 49'/
'orm-etroin -
every .IA' awl deo ri| tion, "nunt.l .1 oN J Juit received and f-.r. alc byP.. after I cOlmn'nct ta'-.inz the Pills, (now about six the little sufferers are medicne.premature ATTORNEY AT LAW W i of S E i, and S W land (heW IONE4.

."Cnul.a",1 3' TJ:!) I'j.v price* tht ujue is'd jajy.rtaette Nut ember I, IS 23. A.ii II Y\\RD. month,) and I candidly confess, that I havederhed grave. :othinl will b fOmJ hurne more effectual than QLinCY, FLORIDA. purporting to belong to Thomas Randall-taxes f3
Ii.1C. more real /.n"lit lr" : the use ol Spencer's Pills, these ., 54}.
\ :< r are a.s pleasant to the tate "IT TILL practice in the several Courts of the Mid
PAPER.: Cash Advaiices.J. than from t other Medicines and Pills that I a CANnY : children will cry for them and eat them V V die and Apalachicola Districts,and in the adjoining TheEjoftbeSElandNEloftbeSEiand
Jt.-ap a..1ftfr I'ar, fr'.m rl V> to jTiicl :", ha\ccv taken and) I wimid earnestly rtcornrnendthen \ilh avidity. Counties of Georgia. the N W 4, purporting to belong to George E. Dennis

I-tr rI'I. .\ ne" .1).1r.> thin' letter 1'101 R. FORTU.VnfTej TO LL. a> b'-mz H roy opinion" the best me. A fre-Oi supply just received and for sale in this February 1. ISI.5. 2S eowlyNEW -taxes ")cents.
V. witLe fjW p.i4tiz* law.'t Kreiwh avl .\".ri- cine in u"(fur al lini"-rinx complaints.' The Pillsha city by LEWIS A.MRS, Sole Agents, Range S,Township I. S and E, purporting to belong *

4. &itih.tiP. ('41i""r ,.I.wr. Bj'Umt. lnt'o''I- 1" are
t. "i'i O,pvi i .!. \te not Billd I'ape". )(.., "J.\-KIX; IEXIR AV. New Or. \\Mllin to 'IK without for flue dollars a box ; by PUELESTON, Monticello. 11 TEBSTER'S DOMESTIC ECONOMY; an Encyclopedia THOMAS LANGFORD,
I Ir lal and I cannot but grateful Dr. Shff. and T. C. M. C.
'SFVIIO.VF.RY.( feelry to Spencer 1 -4. 40 t't" comprising such subjects as are ex offifio ,
s-'7iit'ii!! ,Wright's! Windl l"'< and other Slit 1 1Sl -(ktn'-e.-r-- 2'- .. 11-*. J fur having prepiri-d such a valuable medicine) and : (0-- most immediately connected with housekeeping, as February 11, 1SI'*. 3O 6m

'. h*r Pens CfAa Pe"*, with rase, th- be't ar. the tribution of it i is conferring! a very great f\or Adm'nISCrlor'' Notice. Edifices Furniture, Servants, Food Fermented Li-

tIde luivilYrtured.
m"1! aid (' 'i'; M.*2 ln'-, Rid, I'.lack Fa icy and No .Auctioneer\ & Merdianl.SFOKE thaI every family should have a supply of Dr. >r of all :and tenements Webster and Mrs. Parkes with nearly 1/(>,-) engrav I HAVE this day levied upon the following lot. or

lanai Wafers, vaiinz Wax. Said HoxOO4, Ink Staml*. SJIlcer'5 trul\ valuable Pills constantly!*' on hand. goods and chattels, rights and credits, which tracts of land: The north west half of the aorth

l'o'irie K-i\>*i. Water Cujx, Sh} t CU". Pen Racks, in Hay. .tarr ward's it Flag Building, where, rectntly his boit' occupied itf- I ISAAC M THOMAS. were of David Willis, deceased,will present his accounts ings.The Wandering Jew, complete in 2 01'1., price east quarter, and the north east half of the northwest
p..i ll,4J-r..I.l1'r.l R-.l Capo. India RibfKr, Black may b<- in.the above line.Slr'h crt 53* Price 'J:ci'nt* |111 Box, with ful directions.For and vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate 62 i cts. quarter. Section twenty-one. Township three

Siil.FoMr..C.rd J RfkB.il FiieI>.*J PenctU.Ixittrr r.mm3rdt, :3':, cue: H Tallaha by LEWIS Mrs, sole for Leon County, for a final settlement of his account The Elements of Morality including Polity, by Range three, containing one hundred and sixty acres
Staaips, issi. '- : \ents : S,MfKL In.L.Ts. Monticello; J. L. ; and will then ask to b discharged from hu : Wm. Whew ell. M. D. ; -.' vol'.. of land more or less and to be sold before the Court

M1SCELI.NEOfS: RI"K<. FOR SALE SMALLWOOP. Quincv, may be found on fn'Juil' said Administration. JOAB The Journal of the Texian Expedition against House door in the town Quincy.on the first Monday .

.\ ;rea' varity of ae'-v H)ik*, Nol a1"' .tatid.ard (; TERMS, A VALUABLE TRACT OF in almost at the towns arid tillages in the September 13, 1"1.5. S WILLS Mier by Gen. Thos. J. Green. in July, 1646, for the County taxes doe Gadiden

'Work. A.tint root! -.l[ .i"rJid u -jrtjr.t ;.i of B'J-S, ON' 001 T\Nt)ff Mfj acre. 3Vi cleared commanding June. 1. *>I I5. -17 CmVEGtTABLt Durbin's: Observations the East 2 vol's. County for the years 1843. SH and 1S45 and costs.

In.r. J.ntll'nl.' .. k'-. a healthy situationIB ia the Miccotiookic jettlcmcrit -- -- Apalachicola Land Company. Narrative of a Mission to Bokhara bv the Rev. the property of Malcom Gilchrist.

crrLF.RV. 10 rile from a good l lpplv ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass Jo-eph Wolf D. D.; L. L. D. JAMES A. MCMILLAN

R4'i', Craae.4. V.iten1Itn., Ki1-4: Pen, "' of Provisions and Stok.ppl Talaha.ll R.HIILL' S to make use. of, or commit waste in ant unlawful NEW NEVOLS, &c. Quincy De 29, 1545. 24 Co. Tax Collector.Administrator's .

JPt."z, Illtin:; U. 31a Lviea :!ahii- II. B. WAKE, manner, on the lands of the ApalachicolaLand
: FEVCa AND AGUt Author's Daughter by Mary Howitt. Notice.
t'JU : e.1.1-r-. ,.' !. & September, 1 1".0. 'j On the pr.-niises. Company which han not been reeularly disposed
.S. 'NCV (;)'U.. &e.t j AND ANTI FEVERARE It ( of by u'!, or olr competent atntr scents Only a Fiddler, SIX months after date, I will apply to the Honor
t T.rt,".. Such. I' .: ..1 ;,li ('H/I t.... Notice. t heretofore, as the penalty of the law will be strictly The Merchants Daughter, The Fri ht. The Expectant Judge of Probates for Leon county for letter *

from I :, I., II ach, L'iii.and
rur..lur P.riheT.Ab Er'Hht :alan Comb H.uchen ad apply Judge Pro- Applications may be mae for purchases leases or Duma; Agathonia by Mrs. Gore ; Three Nights in Joshua Sills, late of said County deceased.
Hr'ut. .::1 Peil4. S1ber d'J.. (; Date for Jefferson County for letters of di-imission now fupcrceding other medicine of otherwise i for the undi posed of portions or tracts lifetime, Groves of Blarney, The Only Daughter SOLOMON SILLS. Adm'r.

t Si"er i4'ezil.r Bi1eit&e best'fulit ."f Needles. a* Executor of the estate of David Hart, late of said Fevers- to the public for the cure of Chills and of said lands 1 lyinir and being in the counties of Wa Mansfield Park ; The Hot and Butler Correspondence February 7, 1846. 29 6m

"y vet liilai'. II'ri Irnin(_omh. En"'lopu:. County, d Wherever they have been used they have kulla, Leon, Gadsden and Franklin and known &c., A.C.

N'tt,. ;.!' I.1 tvf-. f'jOr lIar.n Hurd"r. ed.J.UIE M. HART, Executor.rtoHer satisfaction.invariably given the mOt decided and unequivocal the" "orb Prha to our duly authorize agent a, Just eit'ed.by Bug Ann Etiza.andfoualeb\ NEW BOOKS, Ac
Plain aid Figured Ore 1 r'Ilr for,\Viudow Cur. I. I : fimLAW testimony exists on every side Mr. JA3U EER, in the Quiocy.. P. A. HAYWARD.: I IT rjiOWNSEND'S Bible arranged in historical and
taint, P'irc'iio'i C.j. 1:1i-h and French I.\.d.r, 1 throughout this:nit country-from the L CABI ; JOSEPH Jlahas5. Dec 13, IS13. 21-tf J. chronological order in 2 vols. oct..

a Fla.V<. (;a!'B; \! kt<, LtU-U, Tt'frm'- NOTICE.ATTORNEY : of the wttr wilds to the City of themillionaire LEWIS DEL.U'fED. Sufferings of Christ, by A. Layman

i tntftt Ibinz14itilt, I'riiitmz and lr. R'i4i's unmalled -there are thousands of witnesses to the Tulu. of the /at/ClRS.(Lnd Co. O}]R ibGE r : Youatt on the Horse Dr.LardDer'llectur ,11 Nc.

: Card, CJiapnia. l.r $ ro.Il'ii.ea j Guitar and o Wo WEEKffio efeaof this,invaluable medicine. It January I l-"J. .p Thiers life of Napoleon 5 Not,

p \ ,,11 S ri-i ., N..w M04ir f'-r Piano aid Guitar,i.c. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW and generally ChilL and Fever the frt da*'., Annuals for 1816. The Chainbearer. Cooper' last work.
does not sicken ,
I a creit y eartet! of otlir) yjodi t'J numerous < or produce any ei Notice. ODonoehue by Charles Lever
Leaflets of Memory, Nature's Gems,
Quincy, a sensation in the
I to mention. Florid. of rate sjctem. Obstinate POOK BINDING attend the eeral Courts of Middle Ho- 'and FEVER when other preparations
'\TU. Apalachicola Land Company Rose of Sharon, Boudoir Annual I[-\zt glio. Theobold or the Fanatic bY Ileuich
I In all it* 1>r4- -J-s Blaik. IlsI.iI l and Bund. to order ., and of Decatur County, Gc ria. hut,faile have yielde at once to a few doses of is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts The May Flower Forget Me Nut. Ladies Album tilling, The Visionary by Schiller -

'1 of*.%! size or stkre'sircdcAd .JJ"He.Lund. January 3. l"l'.. 21 any disposition of a return. I of land within the Forbes Purcha.scas have not been Moss Rose Christian's Annual,The Amulet, Onl v a Fiddler,and the.\uthonDaud1t r.bl Marl

t v E. UAIt.\AICD, Jr., The They Medical require"'no pufn-it i is unworthy of them regularly dl"IO'd of by said Land Company. Personal The Jewel, The Hyacinth, How it t. The White Boy by Mrs. S- C. Hall.

i ALSO fir. sale a Copying Ftrt, price 1 10.P are now prescribing them withunexampled I DII be had with the 5ubribr athr Scenes in the life of our Savior, The Foster Brother edited by Leigh Hunt
A. HAVWARD.NovemSxr TNFORMS his friends the pubic ( jnicces*. not only in Chilli and Fnfr. j< in the nl i of 1 of the Seal
an hborho Quincy, or ( Knights ,Three Night-Tin
may a Lifetime.
lrs ak'peare' Gems Fairy Land
t he taken the on but in fevers of all types and character, androni'aial.r b
13. IH 17 hal ( ade directed
J : ( them the .to h.i.m., through the Post Offices, at F.nvli"h and Am ri.n Privee Ron._ na..l. .n.t. The"Jesuits, edited by C. E. Le-.fM--
Monroe and To Hundred Foot I rnot afe and harmless *et the -'- -
LAWNbI1. the Court House I certain and / 1 piace anu j allanassee. Miscellanies, in splendid bindings,-i;., Ac.: The White Slave, Maps of Florida :Book of Law
opposite Vftri/iigetliat
neaily rOt prompt can possibly
i ) I be JAMES E. BETTNER, .gent Toy Books for children. Also Toys of almost Forms. American Almanac for 1&46, Albums, Gold
found a general assortment in the remediate of
acminitfrc management the
I BROCKENBROUGH 4. AUGUS lay of Tni.sfersofthe.lpaiachicoia Land Co. Pens, &.C.
WILLIAM \XWELL, will practice o in part (i AND )fmcI-Js. Every at. te"erl peculiar this country. Full directions for January 10, l ur. 2- ly every description suitable for presents for children SCHOOL BOOKS.
: for Christmas and New Year.
orders of Planters.I use accompany ch box. Price One Dollar. For sale by
will attend the J'blsician .
of the
; I rllr nership.isrirt They of l-'londa. Jack counties and Franklin coun Mid. good quality, lav for ea"h. For sale in Tallahassee. by. LEWIS & AMFF, sole THE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS, Dec. 13, 1S45. 21 P. A. HAYWARD.On Morse's New Geography, Parley's New National ,

,. .J, lies, in the ApalachicolaDistrict.! Thecour.tvo' I ( a supply of SHERMAN'S Agents; in Qlinr,J.L.SI LWOD; in Monticello, And Cristlc's magnetic Fluid. Geography. Anthon's Homer Horace Cicero fcc.Bullion's .

Thorns, Georgia. The Court of of FI.ida. COtmf. CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC SAMUEL PIJJ.LF.BTO.N., and may be found on enquiry I nplllS remarkable discovery has r the aniL Consignment. English and Latin Grammars
t t aol the District and Circuit Co Arlc'.h Ihe United : :, articles, arid the most agreeI I generally at allh stores throughout the State. vet-sal 1 approbation of the ei.e of -I CASK Sugar cured Hams Sugar.Tea. Rice 'c Latin Reader Latin Tutors

States at Tallahassee.VM. \t able form adminih.riha medicines.SHERMAN'S June II, ..: 47 Cm ("Jreat: Britalnandhasno Meieallrofeion before I Candles Soap Mackar l. Loaf Sugar Flour Emerson's Arithmetics three parts
S- 1 P : POOR PLASTERS, the the American bn 10n2 : Cheese, Crackers Vinl'gar.l\fu.hrd. Pepper Eclectic Readers,three parts Angells Series
R public fair
give its
a test
? ., \ If. RR<> -::JIC.C, ) ,;: .T.U.l.a.o.} cheapest and best Plaster city offered. to the public! HOW T"fG-E-t--H-'EALff( power and lor Rheumatism, Pains in the Back Side and \Veakne .tca &.. Just received and for sale
,I AUGUSTUS t:. MAXWELL.April THOUSANDS j been found anl\t all the purposes for which the Butter and Onions for sale by by
4 I a. l'i4-V U If .s, 'c.AIJ. .,Coulh., Headaches,Rheumatic ordinary Galvanic Battery or Electric and Magnetic December 13. 15-15. 21 R. H. BERRY. January 17. 1846. 26 P. A. HAYWARD.

t DR. "O GIR'S OLOSAONIAN, or ALL- Affections, Small Pox, Measles, COti\nt. Influenza Machines are used, hut are without of the in. NEW BOOKS, aCe
I any
oUcr.I hEALING I in*aluable article for Colds,
DAL.M. and the of those indications jurious shocks which
of the
month alter the under irnrd will the hOt the body accompany applications by Notice. TUST received Brig Sampson. Narrative of th.
at per
dat. ( pre Coughs. Lungs, Consumption of the blood bcinz of these instruments
-t.ma. in
SIX out and
; hi. ar-connt.and .'*-lrr. to tie Judge! of and disease Pamphlets contain order simply by perseverinjtly many other respects are SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Ore-

: Probate Wakulla County, at A
J estate of M C. lln'j.-rMoa and apply for letters of its aluable effects, Can be had gratis, by applying remain.3.any Often nvmj.tor.ia d.nn"erent in any organ object. dismission as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth C. Fremont price 37J cts-
diqrnisiun. from the said estate.F u e.Tabha by adopting this course, which The Galvanic Rings have been used with perfect Jones late of said County deceased. The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot Warburtoa.1
b experience has prnn.acording to Nature it being success in all cases of Rheumatism,acute or chronic Illustrated edition of the
F JOHN P. 10, isis;. 25 RICHARD TAYLOR. Esq., Pilgrim' Prscrns,
: In right of his wife,nt-GERrORD.. ... Hungerford.reinher f. January t merely assisting her, have many in a few days beenrestored applying to the head, face or limbs Gout, Tic Dolo- Jefferson County Dec. 20,1S4522 6m Topper's Proverbial Philosophy a book of thoughts ,

'13, 1SI-V t 23 CmDr. Notice. to helh.,,ho.h'Jt for Brandreth's Pill.shadbeen reux. Toothache, Bronchitis, Vertigo, Nervous or and argument. originally treated.
sick The value of this medicine Sick Headache, Indigestion, S
Paralysis Palsey, Epi- Illustrated edition ol Vicar of Wakefield
S JXO. G. GAMBLE, Jr., SIX months the Honorable after date James the undersigned E. Broome.will lodge apply ofPrbafe. is beyond price. lepsy, Fits, Cramp Palpitation
r OFFERS his Profe Debility, Deficiency of Holmes' life ol Mourt.Arnold's
aiul its liciiiity.No the c.tate of. Brant:deceased. ,
Sudden from Nervous Practice in all the Courts in the Middle
changes hot, chilly weather, Energy, and all Nervous Disorders. Theirextraordinary
very WILL
'. IS13. 17 If Rugby School Sermons
IS. F.
% WIENKF. I Admr.". are unfavorable to health; ard it is a fact uniernlyadmite. effect upon the system must be wit Office on the first floor of the Capitol Parker's aids to English
\1GERHoS.. that heat and moisture to and South wing room formerly occupied by the composition
!1yi. ""M &VI n i J ) PATTORNEY January 10, IS 11.' 2 Ir producing and that are aent nEs b blined. a a certainprcventive for Secretary of the Territory. I Chances and Changes,or Life as it Is,by Charles 1
) COUNSELLOITAT LAW diao. con!tant dry constant complaints they are equally to be re- Burdett Rural Economy by Boussingbault
A:1 weather commended. November 15, !& 17
both favorable The
are to its Galvanic
For generation Rings are in Book of the
Sale. every way Colonies, John
i .a.pr. Hamilton County, Florida. ; it does; not signify what we call it: it be perfectly harmless, and are sold at prices to be within Book of Good I
. ', N 22. ''4$. I WELL selected Miscellaneous Library of the ) mlJ Examples by John Frost
A Ire: it may b fever; it may be fever reach of all. Cristie's Magnetic Fluid is used in Notice.SIX The book of Christmas Thomas I

"or Sale.-TWO FINE BUGGIES, mOt appro'o. English, oition. of Htandardworks ; it may dsntay it may be rheumatism; it connection with the Rings, to render their efficient months after date,I shall present my accounts Elinor Wyllis edited by J. G. K. Hervey :
with Harness for Cash at ''' abut ( volumes. beebolic it be action certain, and to direct the Galvanic by Cooper ,!
: kl 1 rohtt may b ; may constipation influence *ouch r to the Hoa. Jixlg ol Probate for The quiet Husb&nd. The
For Squire. The Heiraw Y
.. particulars apply of the bowels; it may be inflammation of to particular part. which are affected. Jefferson County, and then apply for letters of dis Miss Pickering >f

I CLARK. &STILLMAN. J0. F. BYTH.WOOD.Januay the stomach it may be a n r"o.affection; bnt stillit A supply of the above invaluable articles just received mission as Administrator of the several estates of Ascanio, or the Sculptor's Apprentice A. Dumas.

"I f oy m"I. 1"1;. I: lo, ISIO. 2: Ocilla, Jeflerson County. is a disease,and a disease curable by the BrandrethPill and for sale by E. BARNARD, Agent for George Ritchie.George Smith, Silas Krupp and John Love and Mesmerism by Horace Smith by I

I ; Notice.SIX because they remove all impurities from the Cri.lie.at his Drug and Medicine Store, Monroe st., Ackley. ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. The illustrated histo-y of Palestineby Jno.Kitto '
.. Dr. I.I-I..h.( nury Ualnaiu body, all that can in any manner feed the further Tallahassee. Pamphlets, respecting the above,can December 6, 18-Cl. 20 Cm The Manuel cf Matrimony by I

'. for ./ *, Croup, Bronehitur, m"ntlt, after date, I shall apply to the Hon. progress of the mal.dy ; no matter how called; thus be had, on application, gratis. Mysteries of the Backwoods a T.Bachelor I

: tnnxtping'CovKH, /jlnza Hvarttneti, I < p.f Probate in and for Jefferson County for these pills are not only the most proper meicne. January 10. J*-Iii. 25 2m Wakulla CountyTAX.COLLECTOR'S of Tom Owen, by B. Thorpe author -

Kvirnni "I'aim '/fit I ing I letters l lof of dismission a Executor of John but generally the only medicine that need A Winter Gift for I
.on. Administrator' Ladies instruction
Blood, lon'"nIion. Difficulty I Iof late l lp of said count*, I be "!d. Notice. SALE. Nf'edl being in

: $ tfc.rsflHIS deceased.HARDY MORF. TO THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TENDS SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts virtue of the authority vested in me by law, -work. \'
Fleming Field. Nich
I 'C article has long been held in high e timar Jefferson County January L7, lS1.- TO PRODUCE OR.AGGRAVATE DISEASES vouchers and make application to the Judgeof BY I have this day levied upon and will expose to of Venice, The West Point Bigelow.Cadet,The Orange Girl I

JL lion lor the c'le u.II5Ea4ed l of the breast and ----- inis class 0 individuals are numerous. They are I. Probate of Leon County for letters of dismissionas public sale in front of the Court House in the county Love and \
Notice.QIX those who work in Administrator on the ebUte of Bartholomew Es- Murder Durbin's Observation* in th. I
lungs, and i*ottered to t he public a a rent dy deserving an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers of Wakulla State ol Florida East. Clark's Cesar '
fair' :
r i a trial by all who at thus afflicted. months after date, to the Hon.Judceof workmen in feather ettires,tone cutters,bakers lif'k. deceased of said Counly.JOH&. On ,

directions aecunipanyeach bottle of the is) Probate for IlhaJlrnt my final white lead manufacturer,are all more or less !subject .. ... MYRICK Adm'r.Thos. thcjirsl Monday in August nat j Noye's Penmanship._ New M.uicaperfor Win- i
Iarticul. to disease to their Ja.luary :5. 1".Hi. 2-1 fm- between the usual hours the QOW Curtains House raper and Borders, ic.. ic.For I
il, i Price SO cents. account and) vouchers a Administrator of FrncisGa according tfrcngth of constitution.The following pieces o
roicint. sale P.
by A. HAYWARD. :
S.14 Tallahassee, "frid by t, late of said County, dtea and shall then only method to prevent disease,is the occasional .Ie" Heir. parcels of lands viz: January 2-1. 1846. 27 S I
t LEWIS:4, AMES, Dru "i apply for If-Ues of di.mi tion Ilurh Administrator. use of a medicine which abstracts from the circulation ATTORNEY Lot number 8,containing 471 acres,and known

I. i' .j2.mr! 4;. Ifl.I WI STEVENS: RIDE all deleterious humors, and (pl them by thebowels. AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW- the River Survey according to the original survey Notice.S ,
: : : : I Tonics in form continue to practice in the Superior and made by Asa Hartfield
I JefTerwon( County January 10, IS46. : fm any are injurious a thev WILL Surveyor. lot DUmber :
feucnttellV. Cartnuck,Sau.ue B.Slc- only put off the evil day to make it more The Courts Jefferson County and in the 42, 43, 41. 51, 52. 53, 60, 61, 62, (8, 69, 70, 79, IX month. alter date 1 shall apply to the Hon.

us and J. Wnyles Oakrr, Notice. use of Brandreth's Pills will insure fatal, Superior Courts of the Middle District,and the County SO. 81. containing each 360 acres, and known and Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for letter
. .I. take all impure matters out of the bau of Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict. described by said numbers dismission as Administrator Edmund Grav, lat.
AND AT LAW according to the
OR months after date I shall apply to the Hon. ad original
. I. ATomnyS cotS.L the of SIX of Probate for Jefferson county for lettersof body is not weakened hut strengthened by their Residence at Monticello Jefferson County. All survey made by Asa Hartfield Surveyor. All the of said County, deceased.
, HAVK their( practice mision the Administrator of Jacob Carter operation, for these valuable Pills do not force, but business Entrusted with him, will be promptly attended above described loU of land situated, lying and be GEORGE W. STANDLEY.
f. and will five joint attention to bu- ,
a assist nature and to. ing in the Jefferson County January 10, 1846. 25 6m
not of
they arc but
opposed, harmonize county Wakulla on the west side of
, C' sineis confided to their cart, in the Middle Circuit, late of si.1 county,deceased.JOhN with her. March 9, 1844. 33 the Wakulla River
being portion of what is
and in thri (.' of Jackson aid: Franklin of theIr FREEMAN. known Administrator's Notice
r .un
e SAMCtut: B. STSPirlsI: will continue Jefferson' County. February 1, IS 1C. Cm 2 A fresh supply just received and (or kale by Ifotlce. as Forbes' Purchase,and levied upon as the property
\\"utf Ciruit. LEWIS AMES of the Apalachicola Land subscriber having obtained letter of Ad.
W. ('ARMACK & Dr months Company will be sold THE
; to reside at QuinejKAMCM* Notice. Sole Agents for Tallahassee. SIX after date I shall present my final ac. to satisfy their State and County Tax for the on the estate of Matthew Tucker
,:, ad J. WATLR* BAXER at Tallahaiee. One of the and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate of county deceased,late of
Wakulla for Washington County
firm will spend a part of his time at ApalachicoU.and SIX' month. after date, I shall apply to the Judge Also, by M. M.lfcntOh.Madison C. H.; Holmes in and for Ihe County of Jefferson and apply the year 18-1: notice to all persona who are indebted, hereby to the gives said
communications directed Probate for Jeflerson County, for letters of & Dexter East Florida; Rossi.Trezvant. for AHIJAH HALL.
: will attend to any to a discharge aa Administrator de bonu non of the Shff. estate to come forward and settle the immediately
i administrator of Norman High late Lancaster C. H.; G. L. Brown Newnans- of and ex officio Tax Col., Wakulla Co. sam
that place dismission' of estate James Hal], late of said deceased and all
t isri. County.. JULIUS HIGH. yule, and B. Wilson, Gary'.Ferry, East Florida; January 22, [24] 1846. 27 6m ; persona having demands against said
lbr 2(1. sid deel. WM. BUDD. estate are requested to present then within two
D Jefferson County, January 10, lS4. 31, 6m (k-toberllt1.S, Quincy; 12,Mount Vernon. Jefferson County January, IS46V 26 6m Administrator Notice. year., from the 8th day of December 1845, or this

Notice. -5----Notice. 2 Administrator' Notice. persona indebted to the estate of John Saun- notice will be plead in bar of final recovery. (
weeks after date (:bll apply to the Hon. ALL HENRY O'NEAL AdxoY:
R. H. BERRY & deceased late of Leon
t'' FOUR J. Ch.e Judae of Probale in and (or SIX months" after dale I will Present my account Co. ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Havis notified to make immediate County arc hereby January 3. 1835. 24 2m
touchers to the lion. Judge of Probate of have this ,late of Leon will payment to the under :
the county of Jeflerson, for jeare to thereat es- THE undersigned day forme a Co-part County make imme signed and all
I and for letters of under the above hate payment and all those who have ; persons having claims against said N.llce.I .
of Manning, late of said de.rff Leon County apply dismission a or the transmission ; claims or demands -
tate them
pp county will
:? Joseph the of James Simmons GENERAL COMMISSION will them for estate present settlement within the I months after date I will the Probai
said real estate lying and in the coun administrator of estate late of a BUSINESS.R present settlement to time SIX apply to p
U, : bit prescribed by law, or .this notice will be plead of -
dea5d. H. WILLIAM N. Gadsden for from -r
30 ; r, nAH pet-wins tike Of saM county, BERRY HAVIS in bar of their County a discharge
( 1t.'PT C .'wi, SIL \> f ALLI.f; f. HOT.fF..V. : Administrator If bnm nan recovery. c y executonhip of the last will of Robert Davidson -
; I
-.! .otjC theye *. January TJ I ISI o. '>., LEWIS SAUNDERS, Adm'r. deceased. .
Jil i /f Ce t. 'Vur -'. *:10 Z' It .'|r. L. 7,3 W. SPRATT.Januar gm