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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 21, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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:ii: : 91rii : which shook-the dynasties- of he -worl hn .

----- HAPPY AT HOME*. mediately slier disoTer I'ninting.I .
brought requisition ai! the
BT MKi r OSGOOD.: PHPIIObTDIAN. I: .f
forts of tyrant*, who have
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md the idle go forth where they will I invariablya-cd
.-t tbs gay ,: -golt'u" ihl.uued power, to destroy if powr.
.- that of all :
of soft ple ure syren *
Is tearth file, cheering Influence; for \ell Jn throne!
seek them in Fashion's 511; mind saloon,
txtbem despots: know,tb:1 when the! mind is free, their
the heart cut of tune t
MeWy mocks: at ; is
at end.
ffhere i power an Who sith'mutastomio.hmrnemut :
light fromthelip: } !'of the maidfa car gaze
1\"heretM lasgbgushe __ the
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-- _- |i tpon progress of in-tini.:
I tions during the last two crnturies"I
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nile her heart,perchance,is with sTrow o'ctladcn ; BY S. S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 21 i, 1S4G YOLo XVII.'nNO.35. how pleading: to think, that they but f ;fj\\

.j wvere! ,'mid the garlands Joy only' should braid; ----,-" ,_ I in the walks uf literature.
its rattlt betrayed.Bo ,--" ,- -,- -
Slander,the snake, by Where the Press has been It Bo! let the idle for happiness roan, hands of the gentlemen, and the white vests From llu .J\'ew York True Sun. pleasurable act, when she put her hand upon Frl the PhilltidrlpKa Daily Cln'0id there time intellect? is free, there Inlr.mmlJ J ttv -

for m-I but asl!fc t'*be "happy M hcmc' and black! dreis coats, we noticed two farmers, NARROW ESCAPE. OF A YOUNG LADY FROM our hero's face, and feeling his huge whiskers, THE RISE AND PROGRESS OK PRINTING. ed sits secure. England, the first tuashle ihnw:

that word, tot caring about etiquette, making their way BEING nOT she was made aware of her mistake. In less When the glory of the Roman Empire had : in nail, its fetters, laO reajx-J a golden!
wet
u
At home: oh, how thrillingly stirred through the clouds of persons, (not so sweetto A: FACT.-:few month since, one of the time than it takes to tell of it, she gathered up i departed, the light of civilization, which had harvest in the purity! of her iiistituli.His, (htm'

,And by it what visions of beaut}.are them as the new mown hay,) witl their travelling agents for a large house in this city, the bed clothes and with an effort almost I spread its benign efFulgence l throughout her which none, save our own, are inure exalted! t

I ut not that Luxury curtiin my: room snufTcolored overcoats on their IJcks whose route brought him into the small town superhuman, she sprang into the middle of the : was extinguished. The torrent, which more liberal. Hit it was on!) in this iveMcrnwiJ

Vitb damask from India'* exquisite! loom, and their substantial hats on their rs.- of New Frankfort, Sot county, Indiana, as room, screaming "it's a man I it's I man1! horer an avalanche, rushing from the cold bar. that it has been fully: flee-arid hric.
lk
The, inn-light of heaven i is precious; to me, They). were either exempted from the rules, or was his usual put up" at the best inn Nelly !" Nelly of course partaking of SUi\"'" j I rca regions uf the North, swept away the gar. upon tl broad foundation of tn ?h and virtue,
free
And muslin will veil it if blazing too ; escnjH d the noti' e of the janitor However the town afforded. It S( happened that on alarm, rushed into her father's room followed: !I ners in which! were treasured tho harvest of lat'l heel reared institutions, which, with ll.i> i, :

The elegmt trifles of Fashion a.nd WealthI they shook his Excellency by the hand, and the afternoon fIn which the agent arrived at by 3uy, leaving our hero in pcrf.c fits of j: ages. Darkness enveloped the world a with growth of ages, will become more beautiful,

need not-I ask but for comfort and health after eyeing him to foot, turned their the inn, the landlord's daughter. Nelly, a l laughter, from which he has rtco\.cr"J to I It the shroud death. And as natural darkness more enJeriu;. .

\Cith these and my dear ones I care not to roam, admirinl eyes in another direction. blooming country lass of seventeen, on the in. t this day, a< he laughs immoderately every j' long continued destroys the faculty of lision, Thin, to the discovery of Printing, d.we -

for ob' I i m happy, most happy at home!" east room was the great prommade: utation of one (if the neighbors, Mrs. D.>1- tuna he see a pi toi:, or the occurrence comes in that gloom were swallowed up,not only the owe all!! that is venerable! in learning, 11 that

One bnght little room where the children r\z\' play, I, and there it was (light that day, if he had bear, tiling a couple of miles distant, had to his. remembrance. j inherent rights of man, but even the very ficu'.tres is useful in s'-iVnre, all that il purf Ltrfy : :
"
Cnfewful of spoiling the costly array; been precnt would have been outshone. gone to a quilting ; and on her leaiiiig Nelh'- father was up in a twinkling and a ; which enabled him to exercise and enjoy in reIgiCn. awl! that ;is sacred in the free poll :

TTbere be, too-our dearest of all on the earth, The larger of ladies appeared to be home she told her parent that if IIH was lot light 'bo':i rig obtained by the aid of a loco fi>co j them. of the uli\h' .

fa"find the sweet welcome he loves at his hearth; strangers but some of them will long be remembered I at home by 11 o'clock that night, she would! match, tIle whole ,1.iras explained to the j In the charnal house of i ignorance and su- --

The) fire blazing warmly-the sofa drawn; nigh; forthe peculiarity of dress and their slay with her friend Susey Dolbcar! until thenext girs11 uferwardl passed through the rom i porstition wen buried the political and men. QlOTIXG BKITISIl AUTHORITIES.

the star lamp light on the table close b} ; extreme beauty. We read, in the oldest print. I morning. Accordingly, as the hour was \ our ht'rl now had full! }P<>&S'!;MOII, tat energies of human nature. The divine British precedents to our courts are cousi.l.'I .

And in simple frames .hrin d, ed book, that Ahasuerus, who reigned from passed, Nelly's parents concluded that she with a light in hand, gathering up their personal j essence was debased, and instead of lifting ered s'andard authorities! for reference rn ;

A few fanny pictures,'olumes-the:: fh of the mind India even into Ethiopia, over a hundred and would stay all night with her friend Su-.ey. as clothing as they passed through-to ai- itself in adoration to time foundation of its origin 'I doubtful points of law. The late JuJge Daniels -

A few precious and there treasured: some rare of art; twenty scvrn proxince (who bani'hed his she had promised. So, without any hesitation, other room in the attic story of the houe- II it groi riled in the dust and exercised its of Virginia, used to tell with great glee

And here soften the heart gem wife Vashti,) gave commandment to his servants II the agent was put in possession of Nelv's!, :. where they retired, and soon l l asleep. faculties upon things earthly. The soul pen- how, when :0ting man on the circuit, he saved .

To kindle the surrounded fancy or should; I Let there be fair young virgins sought room, (her bed included) which adjoined that t. Susan Dulbear, fJf the two ciris h ,\-il'! Hiateil lot the light of pure and undefilcd rc- a cit'rt'5 life, solely because the opposite .
why why
roam
Thus richly home ?** for the Ling." From these, the most lovely in occupied by the old folks; and be, after look plJct the most conspicuous part in this afuir, j I but crawled amid the filth and cor'ltins ) counsf1 from British authorities. I .
Cli am I not happy-most. happy at all his domwn he selected one to share the I ing in vain for some instrument to f.i ten the nut wait for her breakfast but made her lgion. gloomy superstition. I occurred during the last war, when the En .,

The little ones wear} of books and ol play, throne of Shushan. Now, had this old mon.1 door, undressed himseh" taking care however, escape from the ho-ise as soon as the ila\'light I I was the region of darkness complete, lish squadron under Admiral Cockburn was

> ,tle: down on our bosoms-our Ellen and May, arch been here, he would have been borely I to place all the money (about S.'JOO: ,) which I dawned ; but Nelly, conscious of her "inno. and if :at times a heavenly ray fired the soul, ascending the Potomac river, burning and .

And softly the simple affectionate prayer, perplexed in the choice of a queen. A lady,, I lit had, belonging to his employer, in the cence, boldly rllt"our hero, face, to firat I it flickered dimly, and finally! expired amid the plundering the villages along its Lan!.!. A

Asceadi in the gladness of innocence there : i with Roman featuresh'te: skirt scarlet velvet I Ii pocket o his: pantaloons: and put them under tIll breakfast table' where she 1-arn-d uf the I thirk and m'-irki atmosphere. Though the purer nr man was arraigned fur the murder ofan

jid aow ere they leave u".swe
Ther hnsh. repeating their mem "good night !** much attention. Not far behind her was an against robbers, he put a loaded "revolver," fur a rolJI!,''r. Our h"ro, from the coniiction strength dragge.l! it from its: heavenward progress and the octv: chance for his escape was I slight! ,

needle, heiress it i is said with ready capped for service un-ler his pillow.After that fit instrument bIK and chained it time earth. ir.formulitv; in the fri'Iictmenf. Th prosecuting .
\ThJe! with m> my boo't (lr my rent ( ) a scarlet spotted Polka a pistol was lot a to to
Or ic converse with him, am contented again! ; Muslin dress. with her hair neatly rai td.- these arrangements were (ompl'I'I. ed in the dark in a country inn, has laid it Hit the darkness passes away, the gloom attorney, in reply to Mr. Darmiels'defeace} 1

And cry-"Can I ever be tempted In roam, Another wore a very rich turban, while! muslin with the strongest assurance of safety lie retired asid", with : resolution! that he will never subsides-Lo the Printing Press, the sun of of his client, quoted from British authorities,

While blessings like these make m, harr 'at home?" dress, on her head a wreath of urtifcial flowers little dreaming that he would 1 b(disturbed again carry it. lut trust hims-lf to the mercy I I man's redemption rises Before its startling showing clearly that the ground taken. by iho
that night. the of retire in dire dismav. latter was untenal, e. While he was q-ioting i
and a necklace of small cameo!. A dressof (should lie ever by chance met influence spirits night
THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS black velvet, enclosing a perfect beauty, The quilting party, at which Nelly wa a which\ 'by the ".". in the course of seven .. Tht pel is gone. Chain of tyranny and and speaking at intervals, bang bang !
I dare not whisper what I feel for thee did not break an. in the of his bang went the cannon from the British,: squad .
with white ruffled wristbands, and a small ruf. guest up unti cllsiJt'rhy past ht years travelling he has never yet are broken, man, majesty :originr.l -
Bat I will let the flowers upon whose leaves flit around the neck, and a black ostrich feather midnight, when to her disappoint- i done,) ant (hue Providence of IoI. nature rr
H tb'love its language written, plead my suit ; waiving from her head, excited much admi. uncut, she found many young ladies, who had his bondage, smites down his oppressor. tact seized hold of the strong. p.ilt of his opponents .

Then lisfenlo-ely lady: First, I send ration-it was decidedly one of the richest I come a much greater distance than she had. I A.ECDOT- WASHINGTON AND MOIlRIS. The mighty intellect freed from the trammels cause, turning it (complete! against ,

The rose of hundred leaves ambassador.:' A the i and who. owing to the lateness of the hour of i ignorance, tyranny and superstition, plumes him.
perceptible. residing the anecdotes related
hele. near capitol Among interesting! to '
said he
The smarrllts next-an emblem bright was the ; fhe was dressed in a blue were desirous of staying at Mrs. Dolbear's us most graphically and feelingly of Washington itself for a loftier and a noble flight,and a redeemed Gentlemen* : to the justices 0:time

ADd beauteous, of thyself; interpreter satin skirt and of whito hair till rorin Nelly, wjth true nohleiie\ of a disenthralled world, sing hallelujah' bench, the prosecuting attorney quotes on ihu.
o\'erhlr thule : I by Mr. CuMis, when in the city lately, solemn occasion British authorities: !
Of my own thoughts the cedar; then (or thee A from heart, foreborc to press her claim to her unnig to the rising deity. gentlemen
perfectly plain. lady an adjoining. was one on the landing of the General at there be
Can in this
The pure' white lily, tur m self the pinkKfd city with auburn hair, wore a blue inouslaine friend's hospitality fur the night, lest some of | Whitehall, when he was about to be sworn What boots it who were the irmctrwnnts of himself any one courtroom .
I of
u the sky at sunset ; mignionett those who lived further: ofTshouM have to the covery7 It was the ''.ind struggling except dt.td to furling patriotism
de laine and scarlet head dress and go
a was followed IU I President of the United tale's !he I at such moment to }listen i British I
For thee. for me the ba%.le3.r. the green fern ba houoewif. in a becoming calico I home. So she arranged with ust'. w'1m w..1'i j Glnrl was s'epping! on shore frl the vessel. I Ii w ith the demons, \ho laboured to destroy it authorities as when a British to shaking ,

For thee, the oak-geranium for mvself; and silver spectacles. I was lot uncommon i one of her most t intimate friends, that she should! i| he was ,\ officer, I III in its last, its china effort, begot this child of the walls of, this court house cannon In their arc
:Tbe: harebell! neil: another emblen. sweet married go home wit her for company, and that she adflrssld-I\ command heaven, which, like Hercules, even in its infancy veryfoundation 3
to sec single gentlemen gallanting with, Sir. to a '
I for
Oftiee,the currant tor myself; again: I ladies i whom they loaned f 1'r a brief hour.' : should stay at Nelh's all m:Jit. Under; this II guard of soldiers to tl escort you to your residence destroyed the serpent; whose sting was ? pause of (, gentlemen, < a reply.excited -

Tw Austrian rose, that breathe of thee such truth, Everybody I ami his wile.wert there. Judin i arrangement they> started tin direction of and also on other occasion -our death. To trace the origin and development jumped I this ole and tllf thus justices addressed highly the '
home, which thci' reached after walk I ) of the art would, at be a needless} at appeal, prosecuting
The jonquil whispering timidly for me. horn the; satin slippers the artificial and ; Nellj a \' desire." present *Look here Mr. A V
The tllrer dii'v and the jasmine wreathe* natural flowers, in the form of boquets and : of about an hour, bringing the time uuiu| to : -7" ''I ta -k. It N sufficient, that it arose at a time attorney : -, .
*' f exclaimed
j A had better strike bee line from this
guard -a guard jr in" a courthouse
I about 2 o'clock in the uiornin i Without when the mind was with desperate you :
Emblems ot thee and for myself, head the the ;; contending;
again ornaments, perfumes, various
in his and
stature ; with British
,
: the least noise they their I Washingfont raiSing quite( efforts to regain its lost estate. To trace its your autboriti, or IJ
en
tVhratbe swift hours to leave. II
are warning me sUlesof dress, the white du\.s. etc., the dealers making dr.ct.d the} guard of fifty soldiers.! commit Prisoner, can ,
overlooking jou you go
SOle the and science ,
literature arts
I send thee thyme to whisper thee the I the back door and I effects upon ,
cause
; in such had pJfected extensive salesprevious I UPJ '
"\S'b sir. I need I the British authorities betii
oog no guard. for no f adjourn court.
The orange bloom next, more truth of thee, to It.te. It must not be omitted I, Nelly leading the way, betook themselves up other than the of cal I upon pure religion, and upon the rights I !
the back stairs in the dark, to Nelly's room guard affection my country I of man, were a far more pleasing task. !
WLt.h the rich musk.rose to complete the wreath. that numb'er of the ladies "
large presented ofa o
with all
Whereupon, a significant wave I The struck
n I men prosecuting alort'was
until the middle of the fiOecnthcentury
Tbe:1,oh then, clustered with my hopes and fears, bare arms, and bare necks, as far as the ut. without having disturbed the oM folks, and of his hand, his gsnrd fell into the rear. Mr. i Literature,locked) within the cloistered cell heap at these e.rtrcjudidal proceeding, and r.
,
the least of in
i without suspicion finding an was
TWm from repeated pressures to my heart most verge of decency would permit. 'I go Custis this anecdote was frequently related resigned his office the next day.
says amid the of very J J
And with its close entwined remarked ,t truder. Awl l, a they had arranged between I or sported corruptions kingly "r
trembling beatings for 51 40, a lady to a gentleman on others, by John Carroll, who was
from the old folk's the lateness among Hence it was, that the mighty minds
themselves, to courts. ."
keep
I five the myrtle's green and polished leaves whose arm she leaned. So did I,* lie of then with the General, and heard the remarkof .ALL RIGHT, C.\rf.\IX l

Wita! the rose-hued chrysanthenum, With pride course replied, I while themselves tending of human events shed a light, Ly the
their conversation disrobing colored
I place thy wreath upon thy radiant brow, of the sentence W:1 lost ; hut from great and man, and one worthy the I '. captains of steamboats on the \ water
I retire carried in Theagent's oo vices of the and contracted and confined
And mine with the red tulip in its midst. his close attention to her. it is properly infrr- I to was on a whisper. affections of people ; this alone would satisfy foe are troubled occasionally with specimens of a .

luv. to deepest reverence at thy feet.PRESIDENTS able that he said, And I go fur sweet eigh- ear, from long habit and practice, possessed him, as it should all others,of the fact. by the bigotry of the otwrs. when It penetrated the Press |i freternity whose highest ambition is to trust ;
of the whispering the
nice properties hearing : not surrounding mas'
} to the awful sublimity float un lha
Two ladies, sharing be.
teen. a gentleman luck
--- anecdote related to Mr. Cutis far and '
and tread the floor awoke Another us by arose, its scintillations, striking deep
light of the words the
upon surface occasion, ,
li'JJJ OIt6AM.E!! : U them, pointed out Frank
tween a
: -. favorite with the fair Granger him from sleep, and supposing it to be occasioned was this : When Washington had marched I fired minds whose: power could not l he surpassed genius! On a certain trip from Memphis '
- great ; one remarked robbers he listened the conversation his army as far as Elk river, on his way to which had else, like the plant beneath the sponge.
by to ; the fortune of
LEVEL: : 0, how well he looks ?' Yea,' said upwards, was Captain o
his breath lest he should them Yorktown, Virginia, to attack Lord Cornwallis stone, without color, without fragrance j '
holding give grown G- to be inflicted with one of this sort. :
K Washington correspondent of tbeew the but his hair is now
gentleman graJ- of his awake. The themselves the sr"difr then long without their pay : The light thus received, caught trout mind lo I j
' notice being girls The boat being fairly under the clerk 1 1as
2.k Herald gives the following description of when 1 saw him last it was Let'sgo : way
black. their No
and fatigued, requested : mind until the whole mass was quickened.
little alarmed the lateness of greatly arrearo.Is ,
were a at usual, went his rounds to collect! the
Levee at the White House on the 19th inst : towards him, said the tide of little valueto paj-(
the hour and anxious that it : and as paper money was t longer did genius beg a precarious subsistance II j
being others addressed the
extremely and
The levee is and since in that direction. There stood the sage money, among
over, : having set es- "
enjoied desired it in silver. This
was of whose I III
them beneath the only
should he from their they I towers tha great
kept parents conversation of anecdote. "
a good night's rest, the occurrences at the President,the Great Decapitator, bending like :ely's with Washington at this and its I subject our ;
the I best method of an alarming difficulty object was to fetter its power. corrupt j *'
was wholly upon .Your fare if .
President's mansion the bhrine of andpaving II please fir S
on Wednesday night,seemto a true worshiper at beauty, tlef well that his soldiers should old haunts it lOU
from its
for knew
it from them etc. the crisis, virtues. Fleeing sought ; .
concealing ; agent AH all clerk attend tit .i
right, right,
us now as fairy dreams, although, in truth. his homajre. A sweet breathing of ; Il <
inflexible ; his caught a part of it-and a part too, excll.d as : have their pay, and 1 1et he was" ,extremely. i I amid the wilds of nature, the mountain _top, ," said Diddle. ,'
they were reality.As conversation was in neighborhoixl. Fi\ his imagination at the not anxious to reach Yorktown with his troops I Ius I and the caiernsof the earth, congenial spirits. I :$
i was tilt a A short time is The
litleI to
i elapse.
9 o'dock innumerable Horn that Mr. had : pcrniiJted
early as public minutes time a .
.. :
Granger Cvrnwallis
lest With it
said to Nelly, is much soon u possible; loN Nor did it seek in vain. joy was re.ccivcd.
startling. Susy collect: the
and private vehicles brought to the door fair and with her the I I 'I clerk again makes au attempt to
companion joined prmc- : with his which Washington did it fradi- I
later than we should have been ; to which i;, should escape ( No longer depend upon iiippences,' and again he fails.! :"
ladies The for- Heis of the Union who looked sleek.
accompanied by gentlemen. '
nadl. I Yes it i is but in with had so confidently hoped to capture. tion to bear to its glorious works. "
Nelly replied, we got ,, posterity right attend to it, was tL.oaly
tner were conducted into a dressing; room on er than before he obtained the public printing, out disturbing body so far, all's right, :1: In this dilemna he immediately called to him I II The Press while it diffused its genial influi. \1 Il '
;
any
the west end and sen-ants relieved the latter I for the occasion, and mixed in answer.
primed
was whom he related in confidence afforded the j
Morris the time
Robert to
means by
but be shall be discovered ence, at same
we must quick or we forth xvith the "t'
i!, Mr. Diddle was to
of their cloaks and hats which Theice President all himself reported
were hung on joyously. was to of
and with much feeling the particulars which it be transmitted to the unborn
will with might
and all .t
looks and laid upon tables. It looked as if : that is, without incumbrance, travellingwherever go wrong us. Tht the timeintellectby I captain as incorrigible! and the captain ap.
the and I' While it to
I convinced lobbers case, prospective consequences generations. gave an impetus
was now they were oath told
; and with
agent proached him, an emphatic ,
(1
the
old clo merchants of and of the
Chatham he
had
street taking a '
likes survey should it found impossible to raise the mo- its and concentra-
I I and in the dark a he was, he saw nothing IKS I i diffusing light, I him he must before he got to the next
opened an extensive mart for this and Parson Fisk, pay
blooming premises.
particular bright Morris who is known, increased
,
fore him but murder and robbery. lie :| ney. as wel ting its rais-it gave an brightnessto I he
grasped ashore must
I : or
occasion.: Captain Goddard, of the late of the who had buffered his whiskers go.
Auxiliary woo Jar
Joural his pistol mechanically and firmly, and i j was a financier, as well as a patriot and ;, those who should succeed. all attend to
Guard, and Mr. Woodward, the Mar- to to the handsome Al right right captain ; Il
Deputy very atenti\.e I the and its alone that beneath
roa cautiously it, be was prepared for his honest man, saw at once difficulty | Nor was it literature grew "
dial of the District, were the masters! of ceremonies wife of a cleik in one of the cocking :' and himself and heat who estimate the it, was provoking answer. .U
Depar-I he felt hand the probable ; bethinking its light can wood
directly a on consequences arrived the
; led.I times they at yard,
on the outer wall and from the highly ments, and her husband walked ,I asaiant passing along in the direction of I for a moment, lie said, Ah, I have it, I>ower of iho mind when quickened' into active and By Mr. Diddle giving his usual answer instead 4 if
creditable in which conducted II much her inferior in cothes "
manner not -
they lady appearance.The General I'll obtain the onward and
pillow, under which his pantaloons and money : mane) life ? its flights arc upwards ; of'the was politely handed down
them h'es, one would bardlj have suppo-ed two Chaplains to Congress-Tustan and were stowed; he held his breath, and put that: they were there to maintain peace andprwerve Millburn-the one looking through his gold thither Mr. immediately pursuedhis of and it was -
I himself in a position to reduce the liability of jet :Iorrs regions theory speculation they heave in a fresh supply. The engineer
order. and the other his almost
spectacles, training himself his and I Addressing himself to the Count: but the pioneer of the sciences. Need we closed and
on pistol, way. the ,
injuring discharging tinkles his bell, grate dor are
I I': was nearly 9 o'clock before the great sightless orbs-were there, not however to whose command the fleet was, he represented -'I of and
under the steam, lightning
11 to ensure its cflect upon its assailants, supposing -j point to discovery the gallant steamer is ready to take her de. .
mass of the visitors from the dress. officiate for in the East Room at that .
,
passing ,
fluids from the benefit of
and
that
prayer that it was aimed at a vital part ; the ( anticipated government controlled, for the use man, or I: But she had still more gallant i
ug rooms into the reception room, were in.\\ lime, would have been a unwelcome a the I forthe nf the not hav- the obvious usefulness of such inventions parture. :
hand continued to pass around the upper) pat! payment troops refer to i captain, who would not be harsh when it could
to the President and the ladies of of fashion would be in Church on a
tuce I display of the bed but did not seem to hit the particu. lug arrived in season, it became necessary to ; but may we not justly: claim for our be possibly avoided. Seeing Mr. Diddle
With his usual characteristic and systematic Sabbath. But it was an excellent school for I lar pillow. I pay them before reaching the battle ground, lever a portion of their glory? But how can I standing on the bank the very incarnation of 1m'

politeness, he had a smile, a bow, and instruction of human nature. Judge Shieldswas This gave the agent time for j! where success was certain for the combined we estimate the effect Printing has had upon I meekness and resignation, he again addressedhim
a pressure of the hand for one who wreathed in smiles all the evening ; as it refection forces therefore he the meek and I
and American times
every ap. I Shall I," thought he. .sited blood protecting j i French ; I' religion ? In gone by, -
pabe. Some were satisfied with looking I would have been impolite to intrude into the I this trifle of my employer's or shall I would take the liberty of asking him-as a humble received not their healing balm from II I .Stranger, may come aboard again if !

atendants and by the crowd were forced I bevy of ladies, of which he was the life, we mit it to be stolen, and bear the brunt of ptr.I' tried friend of the cause of Frec-dom-fi'r an the fountain of light, but from the polluted you "
t of march for another scene. can only judge of the agreeableness of his conversation accommodation for the and that he tradition and priest craft. But the you paj your passage.
te would be present streams
I just ( they ) suspicions against "All right, captain, all right ; thankee !
chandeliers were lighted with the best by the happy effect it continually pro. self."a This was well-it was noble-for, himself would! be responsible for the amount I art has spread its manna not only to the poor I I.just home." Im f

eamphine, and the glass drop flashed forth I duced. Mrs. Hamilton, the. oldest lady in the had he fired, endless \rould have been his remorse required, &c. This was done with so much and humble in Christain lauds, but where.ethe a

J pristine colors and hues.- room, was plainly dressed in black satin, anda though the act would have been legaly address and at the same time with so much I habitations of humanity have arisen, it I'I LAW OF PERIODIC A LS.

Two large pier mirrors seemed to increase theSiziabers high crowned muslin cap. She was accompanied I | justifiable. But imagine his surprise, I truth and confdenct that it produced the do-1 I has diffused the blessings of a Re eemer's 1 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice 1

: and besides were very cur'enient not by a young man, but one her ju when he heard a soft sweet voice, which ap. sired ttftct. |I love, and enabled him more justly, than did :,I to the contrary, are considered as wishing

?,the moro modest of the throng were re- nior. As the looked at the carpet, she point. I not to be more than two feet from him, I The Count readily and cry politely proffered ,I the Isrealitc of old, when enjoying his nation. : to continue tlieir: subscription.

lt to gaze beauty in the face, they viewed ed to the figure-the American eagle, withoutstretched peared, Sue, I can't find my night-cap." The I the requisite sum of silier :.ind prutI'dinl i all festival, to sing out, .with joy we draw I 2. If subscribers order the disrcntinuanc9 I

I in the angle of the reflaction.There I wings-and made a remark which say truth now flashed upon him. He had been himself his iron chest, took it out crowns water from the well of salvation," and every I of their periodicals, tbr publisher may continue .

sto the President. Near his per- excited admiration. Corcoran, the Baring of put in NeJlj'b bed during her absence, and dune up in parcels, and delivered it lo .Mr. nhere the heathen, turning from his idols, I to send them till all arrearages are paid

".a lady, dressed in a rich white satindr5 I the Administration, looked as bright a a dol. thc night-cap for which she &searching in Morris ; who thereupon proceeded '.s itl a light seeks tho unknown, the ever living God. and subscribers are responsible! for all the cm-

trimmed with blonde lace, becomingly Ur. We did not see Secretary Walker, he the dark, had been removed I by her mother. heart to the American camp, and tl the unless Nor has its influence upon the political destinies ,luers sent.

11gb in the neck ; head dress- scarlet velvet. might have been there PerhaPs, he was covered The pistol dropped from his hand as instinctively joy Washington and his brave but suf. ( of the work been less remarkable. 3. If tul, crier neglect or refute to lake I

T rL.igL turban, trimmed with pearls j and silterUce up for the night jn tariff documents. it had been grasped beirf. and it appeared fering army. The army, it is well known Whist the Roman and Greek !boasted of their their periodicals the office to which they

; on each side of her temples were There were no foreign ministers in court costumes a that there was a bit for him. in. proved successful, and perhaps, this ciicum- I freedom, and fertilised their fields with their I are directed, they are held re&onsibe} till

Pfldant raven curls. Mrs. Secrear"Walker I. and but four or five officers of our army stead of robbery and murder after his hard stance contributed in a great measure to that blood of heroes contending against usurpation, they have settled! their bills,and oidcicJ'lhetndiscontinued.

tore a richly plaid silk, up.- in uniform. Members of both Houses of Congress day's So, with as little noise as possible I result. 1 I they thought not of the thousands, who, in the .

!*. Secretary Mason, dark silk dress, rich I I -Judges of the Supreme Courtheadsof tra(1 himself to-ward that parl of the There were $Iwo or three anecdotes ot Robert .i heart of their imperial city, and in the midst 4. If ut'erihl'r remove to other place ,

tcTV hair braided. Mrs.J. Knox Walker, bureaul-fcer of the Navy, clerks, me bed usually denominated the .hack side," Morris, told by Mr. Custis, which showed I of the civilization of Athens, groaned in the without informing the puhfshcrs and their

ttf'handsome high striped .bilk, free from ex- etc., a large number of strangers, where he lay quietly awaiting the result. that he was one of the most important men, if deepest and mot abject slavery. periodicals! are sent to formtr direction, +

t triming. no head dress, save a while ja. of both sexps crowded the rooms until eleven SIS was soon disrobed and ready for bed ; not next to Washington hilef in the happy And when these nations passed away, and they are held responsible. a

P* on ea side, and hair braided. Mrs. o'clock. They bad seen and been seen-had but in in she accidentally put her results of the revolution ; ever less cultivated ones took their place the con. 5. The courts have decided that refusing to

Jkaer! Macomb is in second mourning.- heard and been heard-and now hat the time band gelling the agent's head. Why Nelly!I" esteemed him as such. In this connection, dition of mankind was no better, though amid take a newspaper periodical from the office,

Te'l pared to be the ladies in attendance, separation had come, bas and private carriages she exclaimed upon thereV somebody in the bed, Mr. Custis related most touching! the visit the rude tribes appeared some gleaming of or removing and leaving it uncalled for, until

& of the honors. There were were at the door, convey those who sure as I'm alive." Our hero (for such he Washington to the jail in Walnut street, freedom. I was the brute cn'ation-for how arrearages are paid, is jmrna facia evidence

J* en who occupied the *ofa during the even. could afr the luxury, to their homes. By I ought as by this time to be called) was almost Philadelphia, (where Mr. Morris was afterwards could man, ignorant of his high destiny)", and of intentional fraud.

j'ag< &embellishments to the picture. Music twelve lights were extinguished, and silence convulsed with laughter. It's only little confined for debt,) on his arrival in that of those ennobling sentiments, which learning .

hat i iu chrl drowned the incessant hum of and darkness for the night permitted to Sis replied Nelly, she always sleeps with city. The interview was indiscribably affecting and religion alone inspired, feel the glow. The British Government some timesince.

e J, BO audib e i in the intervals. It I remain undisturbed. ," This answer satisfied Sue, and Nelly, and so also was a visit subsequent1) ing throbs of patriotism, or the noble sentiments annexed to their colony at the Cape orGo

*Pj* red,from the hundreds of smiling faces, -- '- me.without the least fear, got into bed too. The paul by Mr. Guslis to_Mr. Ionr : of equal rights! of hu freedom. ? If( Hope, a territory on the South-cast C08!halt
and than
l J the rich costumes,there was uo such thing I I A friend of the Boston Times looks at the two girl were soon ,snugly ensconced" un. M. was near his death. But what renderedthese at times, maddened by despair, he rose up, and Africa, known a Natal moro

.orrow, and that poverty was but a name.ple thermometer lo see when he is warm at the der the which had been made the sea I last anecdotes more interesting on this struck down his oppressor it was only I the as large as the whole ofOregon. I appears

of every size, from:Went worth down- barometer to see when it storms, at the clock quil, with, (as they snpposed) "little occasion, was the fact. that they were addressed effect of wild impulse-but wht'l the lght of from some letters published in the Cape Town.
I son the in that
that remote
ira'!ter profesion from the judge to the cord- to nee when he is hungry, at the almanac to Sis" on the back side, Susy Dollxar in the I to a group gentlemen, one of whom was (truth and religion sought, like the rays the Gazette English agents in select

:; -every age, from seventy to four- I, sec how old he is, at the moon to see when it middle and Nelly on the front hide, but, in the venerable son Robert Morris, and a res. sun, the stall of the slave, and the palace of the region are actively employed their

Dd the of all cnditioDs. The clerks un. is high tide. He is a scientific man, and does truth, little Sis"having been taken into bee ident of ou city. great and-the when couch it visited affluence alike, his the soul bed began of poverty to. ing there.more One territory of these to annex letters to also possession stale that
--- -- --- -
government had In ladies thing by rule. with her and ma, as absent. Natal"
convoy every pa SfJya is at
h toe a those leaning on the arms of their n Susy Dolbear was as a girl as The number of militia enrolled and subject expand within him, to think that he possessed colon planting progressing rapidly '

tLi' or officer All were '1ev.i What writing such a thunderingbig Indiana cn boast of and a proof of this to draft in the United States is, according to unalienable rights. Rising aloft in the majes. -Journal.
Iprior are a life his
you of his born nature he burst assundcr all the actions of man'a marriage
Of
new ,
One tenth of
fact that she could the Register, 1,659,710. ty
.i bare done De Toque. hand for Pat ?" we ha'e the not Army
an wo aeroD. his bonds, and stood erect and free-hence does least concern other people ; jet of
force of the would
actual military
little
display of the dafr l without having first 6 the country)
g t l republican see grandmother's rnritin' goto given meddled
6 Why you ray of were those mighty revolution of feeling. all actions of his life it i i. most with
'I iOn the she turned lo this 00,000.
contrast.to whil ki4d.d *- a loud letter tn h*r. Sis" a kiss-so over perform ;i't an army




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-- '- -' which be bas failed Feces
>o.iD tnlT ieztojtMoercosxa
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our section aH which will tend speedily the development St useful..SwhcTba, covered bo with ,ban* tJlt -
[COM M\-ICA T ] From Texas. THE T Co.,
FLORIDIAN. of the fruitfulness and profitablene of and confusion. Coder the operation, therefore cf STAT o, T,5Co .
GESEEAL'S OFFICE
StR\ETOR ; NEW OELEAAS. March }. | Feb. 7th. )
arant
"n
which these militia law Do military I
&. ._ March 6tk 186. S H,. the .i -- I our soil. The experience and capital present of title S.aLEY-1)eu SirPreullli J I
gtlie l'cnubipI&m. Capt. Winlt. : = LoU attain more than the distinction B
tlfrt'f"reDCe to anxiously awaiting ... S
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I settlers with them will only strengthen I frtB ar,
tAr Cittftit Ctltmlia C. .1Elt'S ALOXE. bring when backed useful Tetu ir
To of **tf. which arited at thi port yesterday, bor which is a barren one, not by pleasure to tf &fUcWs
-._--- ----- of and dttinterntrtt judge for the I apprize you the f r.t of .1Ie
good this view ol the subject, the public I"
The undersigned has seen with extreme from Gal.eslo we hut received o'ir fiVs of -- --- I service. Under lion of t the new Government Ifirk"1which
Saturday, 71 arch 91, 1846.I St. Marks" be pardoned for questioning. to some extent I co the
Corton shipped at mind
the proceedings of a Texan from which mike the may period a ran
regret, meeting porpor we up I I quo was fcimed i. w.0-*
-- di, tedi 01 on the
-- mtere' > s feeling
to hare been held the Court (blow! plpf of --- I the rersQnaJ I of our Stale Legislature. Gen. *
ring bv
at BorWv1
\ou. news :-
I I The Militia TLaur.Vc I Ii We tender our Senators Westcolt.Vulee. part of those w bv w army! aspire l)commwsioo,with imouslv chosen< President

House in Alligator on the.2lt ult, wit a The people of Corpus Cbruti hue great {i \ i intite attention to the communication frcmwur Cameron Turney and Breeze .ndrt'Sir1l.. Brocken- U little prospect ef being able to do any thing for 1 I and Cot Cramp elected Speaker protein of rfrt tbT, SIIIi';

view to prevent the es the objections to the movement the to the .: of the House for advancement of the militia. Representative. On the B ,
and Woodward ; 1.0
I o army ct r."pondciit ST. on the Militia Lav* brlutb.lbmpton Comm "nu should be made more bon- I l'lhlhe el tin. "
from their duties Captatn't
St:1te performing legitimate Rio and hue far were examined and it ref*
they even gone soas :i dis- public documents The speeches in Ihe I appeared tbit *
cut truth
I Gr Fhe irenar'kS ate p'Mral just, and poiat interesting enable in law fir in ,they are m I responj r,*.
viz that I Pinkr.ey Henderson
; of !surveing two prirate claims to the of the United: States iii forth watte4 G "*
qifsikm right tiDCtl* SULneofthtvr% objectionable I latumi>f the Cingres oa the Oregon Question, has brought sibl coromisioM known to the militia, in t.m ofpeace. t his competitcr Dr Miller verfw "*

under the solemn decrees of the Supreme he territory between thtrir village andthe riv. !I 1 I law W trust lbu"e3kCiteJ much talent] ; such of them as we have had the time They drill they teach they discipline and I votes. Gen. Darnell received, by a Ba nrvrf *'*
pre-ent
Court of the United States the of the ( jublicattention recruit for and in thus a
to hers er besides which they have been guilty of, whilst qualify the duty, qualifying ; i&ajonh
of
; : such alterations and amendments by the to peruse are splendid specimens eloquence, themselves 'I votes the official returns over bis Jrf
dec'd ,1 inuCt the recruit, they become practical act oppo
Mea granted, as it certain other unpardonable in civilized : Morton, (known in Texas *
Aeono's 3P outrages, a others abound in which hare rarely as old sorrel .
documents in nest Lccflature, pears frm my conirminit}, and which arc thus dcKrib |I The 'tncturetre intend ( two mimlwr been equalled in any preceding Congress When I of lore of military( life,by devoting themevr] ,to the l of five counties gisirrg.rrrela majority of eoo !?*
(and by which I mart ) within ed in the Christi Gazette. e The I (1 I not returned, con-sqoently) Gen. Darnell
U
1I'a
L gtere Corpus con in the of the modification ol Ihe tariff shall be dutie of an appointment which j jg laborious, yet
but we hair taken the liberty publishn.e them subject be bas
acceptraltbotjgb Un
the limits of County Spanish C and all this labcr and I proclaimed 4ohrfL!!
your templatcd removal of bas humble ; alter this practical
i iI
th eratt before that anticipate a rich treat I Lieut Governor toe
trop : on c mci'tiicationCapitol J I ur ly body we by Legf atare.
Governmenthen that pertained / on their part. for the discharge of the Hes
qualification
Sovereignty fever which .I Io .
a (poetic itt J Jarid valuable! infomatK-n, this vita'.t .i.i I, feel willing to intrude himself l
< well as much upon the
to I most earnestly! I as duties of a higher grade of commission, how ofteni upon t
Foria ecui.eh' ({ iielnes'tnl cur*. Eleven cases of4 the State ; in which bad )fr.
and reflect Square.V I i .* interesting question.Ceerr.y.n.frne. i it, under the operation cf such a law as curt, that I Cabell puy .
requestoa( one to pause this iisea i in day' GoJ same course,in relation to the
an:1 e xie and full bosomed contested
cputa1ius -- --- the white fingered sprig of wealth I seat
U \\ !' tirj Mfral hate Vunlriou a C.
e'er vou" to tlueatmngsput j jforth" 'm : th jcrntKmen : j I fr's. it would have been
resort J
ctrci.c help us. af t'te y4-jdjai. ; or hiuh life, w ho ha ever stout aloof from such low I more creditable iT
in jour rro.cemb, under the wise J 'i hc, have the lirt drummer in : 1 (eU,1ted to' :iil'r a <'erie' d I.tnrr", 0: 1: j commission as captains, and who diUinrd! to have (*n. RusV.ard U'ellmslcn of|fce we fastts
I lurj" nSjc--t the te'tt1 withaiu-w fix I Iia \Vsnixr.ToCITT, March llth. \l;. I Anna sinifirantlv 9f vied Olden Fan bave
I. ,
for tanned
principle' in peace prepare war' by i and the Swiss bell ringers'* at ; ai'I his fair features by exposure during drill tr the ben .
preventing .their locatians peaceably if we tll' : tht In.a" l .-.t b""ltf in JnI .'OW.!.. Little else i 4 t.lked of here but the Oregon con. hours, on foot to a burning sun, has steped forward %. Senate cf the Unite S al. n. '.
atrcs and are doing several pla\s with (f.r Reek -it, Hn
I ton Vj
can, forcibly if we must" In mating thIs J 'na!. great : the Tapit" I /IJKJ.!,. I tuf..nt hI "PaHI t'e tto'..r'e ,oem balanced bet\,ceo peace and war, circumstance when field commissions ol family wealth were or vacant other, and extraneous by the I fore these Sam-jarm.'o Hereof,,w-atttnisg will snortly 12; I tW, ,.

becomes solemn |! -nercu-l!* afii'rd1 the it iintxl t,' each m turn remm4 to prevail I write now under I their to Ibe Bi
pal to you it my duty to I Efforts are making; -.h.esto to sink f t* public i* oi influence. has defeated the well grounded claim of way treat Metropolis. Our Stabfe

you that: I am bound by my official Artesian \\r\ls\ and it is contiJenth believed m.1e these ;vCb.h .n rn.un.nt t>> our I taJ JHJ.-.IU; inrtiience! anJ willw* tli.t/ there u now his competitor who has borne so long the humble I I aUol will been come districted off and the Cengrewionar tlact

station and instruction: !. to have these decrees -', that. tvill succeed. j{ a dehchtfal prornena'.e! loits citi:.'ns, little probability tfnf, The position taken by commission of captain and who La so well merited I host of on the 2olb March next aDd 1Ici.

consummated I am t.oundby ray oath. J "I they ATER FROM _\nTI .-The bill :fur .1\'- The tiNt levltwr will So dflii, T l ,vi TI...!, :itScrn Senator is .'
I am bound under heavy' penalty faithfully the United States the e enmi ntx!. il'h i'ht. b., Mr Put-a r"I l : aixl their influence seems now to be extent!. many in I tare were never before beard of. Gem. ,
I livering to public prop1 their militia system and have guarded again**, and N .
to perform ray' duty My I deputy is in like ;1 city named in the Joint Reutions! passed :a.1i>pfcd citiTen cf our infill ?arr. Irrtn Viicinu.1 j i in;. **t niter* l"ol',uilt and I Ia( >wood have given naI is one which !f trut to see Curded arainst i by saSsequent -I Lewis.formerly of .tlzbaznaaad with w bom I nrl

manner bound by oath and heavy : Mr [I authoritv far bvliein nlty'cnde the Senate itbout opposition and was profij 1. bnnzwith. hl: a huh re'uau'n a a captain's commitJ J plt : in 'JIj he Wat A r2nt-JiA. ..l.. .r_ .,_ .lit
bond to oat instruction ceottenan ohcur tld ty a and that 19- will be the sion9 the medium through which the nightr eoia- -- .ut "1IIt
carry ray anJhowe'cr j abh acted en in the Lower House MondnJon !ripe i compromiM. | States Congress,and beaten by the democracy

trd. hocvr unfortunate: however which day the election of 0 Comptrol- 1>e >xlioi? I boun-hry a, r "II'n; audi is the general belief here mission are to be reached. Subject the aspiration' Statt. Gen Jas C. Meginson, also. H solm'ua.ofn i
j I I of all to this test,and my word for it, the militia will
much to regretted (and with no disinterested ]; let., Audi'or and Treasurer was ordered to be t. the perpettit; t'f ct fiot..rD'rt ':, 'r,!.I/ .\ very di>tn ui<*ie l we.tern Senator Mr. Hanneiin. be better officered", better drilled, and better crzanized. -,I dadate suffrage for of the his fellow citizens ; in '33 be was inT,

person more deeply felt than mjself.) I ; hekJ. i ii I a"-uCaI'ers "J it' r.r.'m..t'its !!. IIt t is firm in the! belief that we will get the] Tern- A man having no particular love for military era by the Lr
must do my duty to my country my Survey-1 i The election: of I". S. Senator took V.V. ho;'e ,bt the riti/er d TalIahJt. '. will t'ry tip to .JI'). life, and yet seeking the distortion: of military title., Gen Ballot too, who rt in cf t!3 e r 3fobi hd> District w
f J will hesitate before he th humble a qwiefB
time to W
or rUt perform his duty, unless the arm cf| >ho\v b\ a'teodj'wt. their the I Th. Oregon debate proeres-mg in the Senate some stoops or on hit political p
I place 0: the 20th. Only on'* lrU.inga' th.1. arprvcution \ is and laborious commission of a captain, where he aspiratsans by the denomtt ji

lawless power i* arrayed aiD an innocent had, the reiult : Gen. Ru k received '0 vote*. U e2ort of thi ,.tn cMUieraaa, who has Lmdlcon' )lr Evans of Mime sji.ke on terday, he is hinegociation must necessarily] exert himself cr fail to commend I I i A: bara, is very solicit'.' to serve w. This tnsrf

man: in open .violation! of ribt secured by I Gen.; Horizon and the following was 69, and 'ntt-d to rite this l lectnre i sit ef the ccdent! I and compromise, Johnson of Md., ispeakmc himself to the favorable attention cf the militia of I effects Geraeralshasesecy of a anauona B>rt4enaD rv 4 ,mm4 tW]
Bank
sad
solemn treaty-the decrees afores:1J. an the 4 were k teringOtS.: Expresses were imj tnpro'eiaen'alre laws of law of South Carolina has contributed to tieni
I our common that country. in .hl event ]j mediateh u'* paches to them with their coin.t 1..1 *}UUt. Ueho":"elhat! this "(r.in not N:! are o--.th whis. In the Hou",they are debiting the render the militia what it is-mainly a pride to the State t of public lands among be <5Tafe President Poi ',

mast power which is ever t uiii! doubtless the! yrrninero .' uini-beJ. I river and harbor bill and it be dull tariff is p r ee *ly the tbint ; and indeed
apralo iol aJ tbewi repair to t! f.th"an of prorvrand proves to very and honor to the nation. It is the erection cf a and they se
the rabid
ready and hold supremacy all that of her 1',. :'' city, of! de:3Y.I : : aJeu., .:e L.s:at.< trim the 'ubit. i runic, for a large number e f the members are in the'v'lute school, in which military m!n are prepared for military ,mere than the original watchful cember*4 they of :tere s;of tbtp .

responsible nay b actor The canTtdates ior the Lower house ot: ----- listening tt a the Oregon tkbate.I commissions, and through which they have to Democrts axe creatures Texiaos bate itWh4s.J4 Lttle
in this violation and in making !I /1 of graduating school This rendersCaptamscommission faitk.
appeal pass aj a sort
Conir<' from the Western Florida (Cottoii I noticed in and depend if.
I Congressional lion.; Healy's portraits the Rotunda you may icon act cue orl tte ahtt
exonerate myself from all honorable and popular and secures -
I
responsibility
I hope in God. that ibis .. DMrict arc CuV.! G. Co.I.te Collector -: We trio ftr the'Ci M) aitivle (Ptthe la-t _\\ an excellent portrait of your worthy Senator Mr. in this, the school of the soldier the best mil I will the receive l/ Ovetes in tltj. tmrict. Inaddrtxt

ver exist urder the tar of necessity Florida and will that ne- :j j ,) Relar count) Cot S. Udliams Ga!. U .ichicola C'ttr--ial l 1.h ertir to our eolumn-*, 1! Yiilee. The Senators from Florida afe held in the itary talent ol the country and improves" and qualifies I majors to ill aforementioned the field a quack we Tkfiar Lave setera cr I.e].,aadlai Geww

milJer counsels "il! bear sway and ni officer -:j J vebton county : PilUbun, Brazoria Icr the p rpo-e of tniVm) .a few ccmmtrt upvn it. hi :he
be permitted to } his i cont). Gen. J. M. Lwi5 Montgomery county and that our c&tize.s tna> have proof of the illiberal ; inir, has won for them the public "teeir.Gen. I have noticed above particularly the Company I i f Florida major, (new General), 1lI mat Jefienqi
execute
peaceably :
duty. premisng: that when } and the U ; Gen.; Meg2in on, ; Gen. Tho J. pitit which characterizes theorzaa of the mer- John P. Van Ness, who died on Saturday, Muster feature in our present militia law I proj i i i I Grrene He narrates in a very pathetic tn.urJtr,"
in
surveyed I raffermzs Mexico as also in Texas
Green and
countHon. R. M. .
Will1
ibis i iuoraa- chat* our sister Clty. It will seen that the was buried on yesterday ; he was a vicalthysoddis. poe now to point out other defects, incongruities ,j t Fortifications, prenan
Navy-yards
adjudicated in Dry Docks
survey a remedyexists ; 0 b ,Light BOOM
ofe lamson Wasbinjton is also! : and omissions, which not only mar the beauty and
,
in the courts all legal county, spoken Circular XVr. L: i. u' art that Cotton "co- tinguished citizen, formerly M f. C. from New York, I Mod-Machine Sea;; Boats and Splie-driversrfi
fo against of. c harmony ofthe whole but render it exceedingly difficult I
I! tainz frota St 'lax'h* afientards Mayvr of this City and President of the l.n ut'D'e(which is very ccnsiJetabie i IB Wasam
injuries, that i* to Upland off I' to of it. A de-1 di
some
or pref"rrf interpret portions
any person great I
persons
may t The Hon. J. will them all
Justice I frr the
establish if located and Hemphill, as Cbie I f i which latter l:rq l.on that shipped at Apalachicola Dank of Metropolis, he was a particular friend of feet in the law is its Court Martial feature Upoa a '' procure benefit of t&cdv
erroneously) to ( cf the State this
people
Aboer S. and ; is indeed
Lipscomb Hon. Wheeler as beas"i
those tribunals I would most i f, I, mol O14t4. The _\dverti et ini-t i that (kn. Jackson.i judicious plan of company drill and an efficient i wantfol period io the
earneStly recommend hive been and 1 court martial with and mode tf very btstcry of Texas': aj
confrmf as ; .the who : I'i i done in either house with the a sure expeditious j if the dear
them to resort app'ntM ( ) are Oct prepared to see St. Marl Nothing Tariff I people entertained as exalted epuMatrf
Associate collecting fines assessed,depend the ,access of military
.
Your friend and fellow citizen.ROBERT Texas.. "' Julgts Cout oj I Corun takinz a ranV bib they are not entitled to I I The papers are full of the disasters,occasioned by organization and drill. Guard these two petals :, him as Le appear to of iLc r, -- __u '- .
-Ualrtston March 3. j !; I doubt of his election but J
BUTLER.Sunty&r XClS I -u the balk of the crop hippd from ikat pert is the late severe storms showing a great I loss cf life well and defects in other points may not be fatal the ciI ; amamoY'r "*

Gin'ral They are about commencing the erection of i notc>rouilv I of a era I rmGo pr'ninett ai
a Lyceum Gaheston. defect, well that the
as as an incongruity escaped
a Low \ : :* Whv tins There are som ut.tion' afliat amt the elected b large .
a H.
fddln. nnjerKruiu attempt to ; "rc rest'Tation maj nty
i
doubt of the
A letTer from Austin, of 2-Jd Feb., notice no Legislature. Company
Later from Jlexico. I ed in the Civilian puLJh.1 uidmalu the <}ua'.t!' > l.( the Cotton &l.p[,td at *f. ::, rf Santa Anna in Mexico, they are not generally Court's Martial have proved abortions in every instance plain matter of facfh says : I' who foozht and bied. abdc ,
NEW I MarV*,which 11 i all in thiSta'e '_ credited thouzh many believe the dictator that has core urder my observation Tb T I fU
DIE"nS: March 7. .The mass of the Legislature i It rltr 'roe U freedom of dear cenceetion : a
dispsed' Should soreess crown this siiicidal effort, who 1 I will! return to AIexi -o. were abolished l in South Carolina in 1-12-3-anJrgimental
n tofu Ii aflert bcrrrr tbe
The French bark Anax, Captain Pompar- lo refund no duties paid before the I courts" martials YJ *titutt'. To this I at people passi
<5er from it"h: certainty the people Df Fl"n I Ii lion Romulus M. Saunders, former M. C., frcmj and bis oc-bililT ; it the genuine II
ras, arrived here yesterdasfrom Cruz nor to relinquish any incurred on goods in Ii central court. Ie be convened once or twice a year,

i having sailed on the .J ult.-two Yer or three I I store before that date from whatever country i da, with wL-:in the iditi.nought to feel a conmuni i ii j I II Cartlma and I late]! appointed U. S. Minister to thrice in S. Cit was made the dutv of captain' to I I terfeit The citizens cf H
i tv of inttret and I Spain i is now lie succeeds return their defaulters, which defaulters had the
mpathj houldraih in thiscity. the talented
TII.'Y rej -
days Jater than the ft. bnj La"'rencl they miy have come, unless perhaps I they a arv eV tbe birth ef Washington

brought. The news i is not if i we !II be cancelled reshipment conformably with may j'Jice that tV 1ro''jctonq cf our infant Stat, nut!, Washington Irving, who has been recalled at his nght, i if to they make preferred oath to not their to excue attendcoort before personally their captain !rUl],_ TIre elerarjon and ml a 1

mayjuJg from the im imprnr j we : former laws under which they were imported j i i comroandmz an increased interest among the aza> own re j-a the k.*r.w t-. .. unt tm,

hate received. The prominent feature in the ; Theare also, far I have ascertained. ;[' civ* dealer of the \.rth, We \ ouid aV, wh., are I' Senator Col juitt, cave the Editor u( the Times of by the corporal whose duty it was to be there, to crcwded was an iraposicx arcc&d the lC'fU.JI she multitude tls
a a l"1 feet .
news of the open canvassing of the e'tion I i well inclined to give relief to any collectors :, the bo:5t jude* of C /tt'>n, ,u to color staple fibre, this City a severe rebuke for tolerating an infamous make return to the court cf the perfection of serviceon j I U ness tie surrender cf ccr aii-tal Lfsery"srandard Pole to were witj

of who i i &.c editors and shippersor the keen factor and the U article in his paper; the author of the article in defaulters A copy' of the fines a* esoed, and against : eld veteran Tex.a
erecting a constitutional monarch in Mex- I may he laid liable! to suit fur doing their i ', question whom, was posted up by the President at the raaay ScWiew; heroes of"

ico. This is the common theme of con\r. I duty to their own government. prucee.dings i keener and more sigaCioui manufacturers, who alw ]. I whoever be may be, came in for a share cf hard door of the court room,on their adjournment copy I I!I Rerclcticn. who, beneath its H>: I battled in defence
Ration at Vera Cruz, and in a late number of I of the Legislature have a yet taken no ay* give tone to the market,and upon whose judgments thumps was sent to the officer ordering the court ; and one to their the cf banian liberrr. As they catf
I all the in lhn the regimental Parties bad thus eyes upon descending fiag, which Lad vvictonocsJv
the Memorial JIttiorico tpentions article depend for pay-aaster. a notice
the su ** of El positive on revenue or other matters. waved
s&or hap For Uit 7 rw ". ot their fi.aes. They had Ihirt; days allowed] in triumph ; they cealdttot it
?
Sigh A7JT is an earnest article written to 'I d Morse are running for Tn.a.I !''icces : for appeal to the colonel, who, if he disapproved of fain from shedding a patriotic tear. But wbei tW

show that monarchies are no more exempt urer, and the former wi probably win.- While we are gratified to see such testimony in I The Florida Ittilitia.I the decision of the court remanded it man before' "Star spangled banner" was displayed IB the trees

from r'oIutionaryditurbnces! than republics. Shaw will probabh no competitor for the I I favor of the St. Marks Cotton we will sti gest to I I notice by the Proclamation of his Excellency, them at their next session,with his views,and their'I, and tbe national air of Hail Cclcmbia struck apjsy
I that with little :I Governor Moseley] that the election of next decisicn was final. Execution issued gave place] to that sadness,which before prcvadedtkcoonfenances
The question his. comptrollcrship. ft is let known who w ill our planters a more care and attention all Militarcfficers was at el
frm general no : in i the and in and snd- of, and above the rank of Field, is to take the expiration cf thirty days, against all who had Old TniU1S.D" OH Sg&'
and be baling
from that of Slate. preatmng crop who bad ascended
e of Secretary the
tor i i the failed "or liberty pole at Ibis ane
fcialh' Spin.he place on first Monday in April. As I have to take appeal whose grourds of appeal
ct has taken hold i JOHN !J'I in; to market a still higher credit may be obtained I heard but little! said about these important yet appoint. j I I were not sustained by the Colonel, and placed the song oat in a clear and distinct tone, .The 9ar a,
and the R.\XOU'II : Premiums for the best and handlE II gled! Banner in triumph shall O'e th laid,
seriously, probability of a revolution packed cotton meats The public mind has not been moved I hands of a competent ctficer for collection and the ware
I founded upon the desire obtaining a strong. One or two characteristic anecdotes of Ran- I hate been offered and paid b% the Merchants of A pahchicola I the subject : candidates for these highly! responsible on] ,|| Colonel having one copy of fines and the Pay-mas- the free and the heme of the brare which 4*

er and more stable Government was the town dolpb, hitherto unphihe. at I believe, will and 'et the St Marks cotton is preferred. I commissions have not yet save in one or two instances i t
close this arice. are j perfectly au. I' I made themselves known Why is it that officer to discharge his duty, there being two tc

talk.Mr. thentic. Remarks on the JIarkct. I in all our civil elections however barren of hoaor checks upon him. The result in Carolina, under
For tkf Flondia .
Slidell wa still at Jalaps, awaiting in. of the Cotton,-We ha\e had a& active narket since',U or profit they may be, multitudes of candidates present this court-martial feature was, that the regimental J(

structioas from Washington. Upon receiving J' During one 1 suspensions of specie j jj I Tue., with an upward tendency in prict'i.11 I I themselves, and the public mind is lashed into treasury was always full, and delinquents ultimately I Jno. D.Edwards T..The talon Baal WTbrMb

I his orders a short interval would elapse before j j( payment in hisdav, Mr. R. was on a visit to : parties hu idmfoted a disposition to '>p-rate, but fury on the occasion And no"lw. when the citizen scarce Fine should be Q laid ato equalize then. In tbe consideration of thu case,'t seems Jar_

receiving the definite action the Mexican | .New York, on busleu. He had occasion I Ii the balk cf the trnji(Mion have beet on foreign I i iI I soldier is called on by every high consideration 10 I I and force all classes of persons liable to the performI U parties are brought into view : the Bank the credit

; Government } o to present a check for a large amount for I aecoVant. In the present tate of the narket, it is : organize arm. eqUIp and di!mline himself for thi > I ance of militia dutv. tinon the field cf I I nf lYf Rank fV... T,mfrrr a; nrtlrf the Rinl.uiMr

; but we pruume that the next i at the Merchants' Bank of that piyment : difficult to ene correct >|uotalions, but majority ot ;i: ultimate defence and assertion of his right", public point is not attained in cur present law. The poor Edwards who occupies the several relation i

4i arrival 'i inform us either of Mr. Slidell's I city, for ( the sale, f'Jr' tK, !lbt diy or two hate bven at full 1 and private there is such a .!e<*pv indifference man. I man who is unable to pay a fine and do justiceo I stockholder debtor and mortgager to this Bask

i reception or of his return to the United States. which he refused to accept any thing but spe- j *e ouhanct'Ve '("nit 'notations altogether[ I I ifettd' I Is it that the Militia, under the feeble and his family, and who has, in lime of war, no prcperty The Bank, is spoken of in the opinion of the Jdpt

An intelligent b the ci-, which the tellers of ihe bank a obstinately Extra' fro-n UruM. .V. f..o"is's Circular c( the I'I I temporising policy pursued here since the fir.t atteinft to defend, is obliged to do duty under the present as the .. agent" of Mr. Edwards a stockholder. !
t Anax *
I there passenger > thinks I refused to gite. Randolph disdained': 2t 1 lh Febnirv : I at its organization, has fallen into discredit. I Ia" ; but the rich, who have much at take in the event the tiustee" cf the bondholder. The relatnss
is
I scarcely a chance of war between the to }bandy with either clerks '! It will be *..n l tv reference lo our ttble of quotations -i'I and i< nrt now deemed. worthy to stimulate the am. of war, and the protection :and safety of which t I principal and agent totally irreconcilable witi &

two countries : that Mexico when it comes to ; WJro or princ. abo\e, I ho: we hate gittn M-Marate grade of, bition or military pride of the many gallant spirit i will depend in a great measure upon the efficiencyof : dealir.cs] authorized by the charter between this W

I the pinch, will receive our Minister with the !i pals on which in his way ; prices for r U>RIDCOTTO""," as we in"! it difficult -I:1 that are in our midst Has the war clouds of V>TI- the Dilitia,can afford to pay a fine,and w ill do it, j{ and its Stockholders] : The money borrowed by uI >

I Lest possible. j i thinking, amounted to swindling, but with. I to cla, them either with Upland, cr robI..1 I| oils |11J1t'nt. which have late* darkened our political in many instances, in preference to submitting to the I Bank was to be loaned, secured by morrgacci t t

:I grace Falmoutb { drew, and ha a hand-bill issued at the neII i it and Xew Orle n-*-the> brine preferred particular iIt '|U hurizou failed to iwakei in the public mind of Flori fati ies of drill, and thus qualify inc themselves like j* interest charred and deducted &c, Bat kdtfcI
St.
; Te larJ and Porpoit, ofthe ; printing which in two hours l whn comme frrrn Sr. MARa,, to the fnrmer, i ida an anxious solicitude to admonish it of the ne the poor for the assertion of their rights on the j Bank obtained this money as the agent of the stock-

.. ; S. Gulf Ijing at Vera I J t the whole was posted II nd not brmeme much u the latter,except in isolated 'i ce*'iU of speedy and energetic preparation. ; or is it field. To reach this end. it ba been found necessary -1 holders] to pay. it over would han been its caly: if.

Cruz when the \nax left there on the 23d.- j' over" city, stating that- cases of firw crops We hall in fjtvre coi. that the ardent aspirants for military distinction,hue in other States, to specify a fine for default ; to demand a receipt for the payment its only ngk

As we bate before mentioned the I j I I John Randolph, of Roanoke, being on a !I'I tinue to quote th,'m *epiratly, and endeavor to obtain I| examined the laws of Florida under which the organization which was equal alike upon the rich and the poor, j! TbeB5flkmUStberCUdedSzB5flkabOd7ctpotate .

-I of large force when appearance I II visit to New York, will address his fellow-citi- !j for Florid ('ott.a its proper station in the Cotton : is to be effected, and finding them entirely but to add to this fine a certain per cent on their j,I ,an artificial person just what it really is: )b
1 a unexpected, alarmed 'I 1 inadequate the ends State tax This equalizes the thing and
I I zens the banking and family. contemplated have Dreferrei brought into i Edward as tbe debtor ,tockholctrrand mcrtftffd
the citizens of V ra Cruz a little. When upon currency question 1! to defer their claims and their lines, and subject to drill and instruction '
:
I The repress many the Bank Their
no I from the of the Merchants operat'jrs in Florida Cotton in this market *rkntmltd aspirations. rights and liabilities caustk
:- I t the Anax came out, she saw \esl, supposed : steps Bank, at six : ,e their ir l -btdaes to the gentlemen aboe rather than make the failure in organizing that must I who had before stood aloof moan the discharge c"f tried by the law of agency,

I; to be a American frigate, going into Vera:: o'clock this evening. I j named, for lhir efforts in endeatonn lo re- ( occur undtr the present law I am inclined to the such duties The operation of this principle i! salutary First then can a stockholder beccroe tile deal

'. Cruz. Can it have. been the Ran which I I A crowd began to gather more than an !I''mote the tan .:tima<-t from t wir favnritetapL.t opinion that to .the latter cause may be attribute and practical :: by contract of the Bank in whicb he i is a stockbcUa'!

I tan, hour before the appointed time enlarging j ; they are u..rf that tank prejudice and nn- i the luVewarmnes that exists In reference to thu An incongruitv! in our present law', presents itself I i If the charter means whit it says, this question abe
wa reported a bound thither from Rio at our : matter In reviewing the prevent military law ( in the 21st rule of the 31st section, It is there i I I
f rapidly and amply, that before the hour ad. thing else I his hercti fore kept them from taking the I o pro. answered affirmatively] Then Mr EdwarA
last accounts I lo Florid (which was the result of much vided that a Company court of inquiry shall I
and
stand that they entitled color care Ia. consist the Bank
dress arc t< ot staple, bo- were competent to contract and be tst
: r The Anax, we should mention( brought I it had armed, the officers of the bank I dy, fibre, handling. arid all other essentials! of good hon on the part of the Committee which reported it,) of the Captain, etc., shall convene at each company : tract ed with bet wee a tkeic Ives; and the stock BOB

r 865,000 in look lie alarm, and finding out his lodging J[ cotton Th.1 no Wtter t.i'inrc cf thi. fact it roust occur to any man, at all acquainted with the muster, shall hear excuses for non-attendance at bn"gade :i is a valid promise.
ppccie,antlweDt.for pas engers. j I sent of the clerks th. details of military science that there is an utter in. regimental, battalion and musters, !
that h U.l
: The place one with the amountin I t S'MJ < ; Florida Cottons were, in I company Secondly, how are we to regard Ibis stcck no t 4 Mexican steamer Guadalupe left Vera I pold,-which Randolph received with a''I 11re.shi"rl4'd frrm New Orleans] and sold fo | completeness in it ; the absence occasionally] of a and for good cause shown may remit such fine or separate and independent prcmne,or as an adnao

:. l Cruz on the 22 ult. for Tampico, with 600 sardonic smile and the ; Manufacturers New Orleans: Cotton. They only link, winch entirely destroys the force, strength and fines. Here is provision made for the remission by U'! upon the stock mortraee, or a! an advance npoa At
apt quotation Char- ,k ., beauty, of what would otherwise be perfect and a Company court-martial, of fines imposed for non. '
troops on } I a that Florida C tion !i.OO II I on its merits com stock or shares -' Whether the cne or the otb<,*
: I taciam, imenit uil." He left ; But they not *? pl le. It is not in the spirit of captious fault-find] attendance at brigade musters. I have looked in :
The British steamer Tetiot touched at Vera auram rel j I are prepared to see < Marks] Cottons Bank would undoubtedly] hue its election to eafcra
New York in one of the which I j take rank which thet I mz, that I shall att.mpt to demonstrate some of the vain throughout the law for the recognition of
: Cruz the 16th stages, at the a are not entitled to-as the any j the security or to prrceed upon tile contract A
,; on and proceeded on to Tam. I I I bulk ot the I error of our present law, but under the influence such muster a* a brigade muster. It is
; J. period anticipated day light, and as he : crop Chipped Irom that |port is notoriousj of certainly not j promise it */If. This petition needs no anremeat
The same the British \a, I II i i a hopo that I be able to created by this law, and if '
pico. day, frigate known in that the j I I of a grade ra in! fr tn (;ond Ordinary to Low my sazzrst some amend it was it would certainly Third,having proceeded on t be contract orprcBOi
hardly notice I
; U which had been I Ijing at Vera Cniz, for sometime city, parsed I Middling The "f'llrIn4 apKii| Iroin Apalaclucola} i, ments that will commend themselves to the favora be a novel thing to.eeaCompanycourtmartial.un.der ] itself to j judgment and executina, can the Bank si

t J sailed for Halifax. I off for a mere hoax on the public. are mainly from Gf_nur.d i .\Ubami. and are pro I ble opinion of the next Legislature, and induce such the shade of some spreading oak. formally revoking -< the mortgaged property-tbe *

i' f The After leaving tbe Merchants' Bank, he called I duced more thin one half probably from the Utter. II I action on the subject, as may bring the objects of the decisions of a court of much higher grade itself I cannot find a reason property tc- the mortgage
barkEngeniaIlriscoe, for New York, and organization. within_ the reseh of than itw>]( Rut th. rut, to which hare lust ]. ; contrary.U
at the Mechanics' Rank to transact some will not .u a whole suffer in romr n on with' competent officer_ we IU I we rerard the stork at a rim adnlW'i AH tft* aK
It"i ana aiur. n ater VT iitii, arcanm, for luls port, business there I any short staple cotton grown i.lht; Uiuted Slate: t The nth section provides as follows : It shall be luded, can neither be interpreted rcr construed *r> : mortgage, it is the same as a "! I
r, were J lying at Yer Cruz. Both money involving a discount ofa II j Ihe duty of each captain of a company to enforce as to make sense of itself, without doing violence lo instalments if mortgage pavablt

:i' lo tail on the 1st iost. were announced few dollars. Randolph, witb his peculiar We can hard!) e\cue the editors of the Advertiser ; within his company the militia and patrol laws o( its phraseology. .. May remit such fine** seems to i the Bank may; sell we the regard mortgaged it a. a separate debf*>

'- 4 notions on such subjects, though these (or their lUiberMiij in Ihe (are- of ri'h lestim.- the State. He shall be r.potUihor refer to fines imposed by some preceding clause: but den its property rrco
own It i-
: Don Angel Trias the Governor of the fel a mortgage. does not object"against
State ,
i I had l been stolen out of pocket. lIe said n> as given aboveIt should be the object cl editors the eorrretnttruftion" and good order of hi, com there is no antecedent no court-martial even previously -' self and the debtor cannot object.I .
Cbihuhoa, bas resigned his office after I Ml this is riht-it or subsequently with
I- organized
pany. is a just sufficient
o nothing however, to the door of' at least to eite due credit to the productions of responsibility ,I Fourth, But the State 19 > surety and u in &*
f having refused adherence to the of Pa. unti getting I imposed l on the captain and i if he voluntarily seeks clearness to enable the detailing officer or the court, Who
1 t rede*. power entrance, where effigy of a huge arm : their own Slate, and unl.-w the) have decided pre(. the commission, and assumes this obligation, he to arrive at a distinct knowledge of their duties_- I call ger for the represents assistance of the the Stale Court? *Dews It the S**

I Robberi still swung, with as huge a bammer, he asked'I ence for some other, they \\ill generally do 'o.Vc should feel responsible as a man and an omcer to acquit This feature co essential to success, is therefcre j Then no individual call seems
; continue can the Court to W
d. very frequent in what that 1 I himself honorably and a failure to do shouldmtolte clearly a jumble and require*revision.. Without ( upon
no
P meant. The badge of our in li- are well satisfied tint nhcnthe plantations/ here re the State, while the Stale itself la silent and oot
: Mexico. One occurred ihe I
p on 9ih tilt, direct. his military reputation Now let us look ferring to numerous other defects and incongruities '
( tution, sir ; you know this is the ) !I shall have LcnTr. frrctl Irr.m the -eeis and tra,halwavi fora moment into the I3th which would] be tedious U the field. The foreign creditors are in the same*
pU ly opposite the National Palace, three thou- fechaniC'II same section and seethe and which has no doubt I
I nation. When
1'.1:: I sand dollar in specie being .stolen. The Bank, was tbe explanation of lelr. abou-dinr on newly clearH! land, and our amplitude of the mean.' afforded him for earning grown out of the fact that the military committee ofj| their they deserve call upon the Court and prest* U
right *
they lobe
** You had l better take it down, and planters are more aitnme lo the picking and parkinp successfully the duties assigned him. Heshal] the Legislature in availing themselves cf articles I considered not
15 f streets are patrolled by the J but there prevent the payment of this stock nole. but tor*
assemble his from
military I i at least tirtee other State laws this
a currier's knife company a and on subject rejected
was the difference year some
trol
tnfaror of of
reply. processes our cotton application the
Randolph's j when
I 1 is no efficient police. I I I shall instruct drill," Ax &c. Now, it it not the sections; and adopted others which either explainedor money paid
I will be much Fifth, A stockholder *
.. So strained are the means of the new GotT Dl'ASTFBS greater andmnrearrue"t. Arid when U height of absurdity to talk about a captain's reapon.sibility. provided for the execution of thoe rejected I Bank may have claims apiast
GALES. and these
J BTiE L'TF -We our excellent .\enrtilfuril S. in Mexico are
; eminent that the clerks of the dif.lercnt ; under the law
would call the of sett-ofls *
attention of awl
to be
our the it willin U bv law the right to meet and his lallo the of in considered
introdiwinzthen instruct success
rrf organization instances
reaenlo rro", so harril pupils, but most
t Departments hare touched their disasters under } I two 01 in whole The law i is j'ustcd. Perhaps a stockholder might have a rena*
; no pay II reported our .- and I pieces dats a year Where is the silent on the subject of contested et'C.
,- profitable optriting elsewhere! then believe
we 1 in a ease like the '
since the new order of thing. The Secretary I It bas never fallen to our lot to much captain who could in two pieces of days, six months tions. Au election is now ordered for two Majors present, to control or supennM"
t i of the Treasury from a distress. antI. recor 1 : that the cotton "shipped albrh"ill rank.as ,(! between, even qualify his company, to "f ntt com.pany. General,four Brigadiers Generaland field oftcers for I the application of the money which be bas Isi4"
I suturing-me gales ol tn< 14th it ou.ht. with that from Mobile Net Orleans ." with in the State But it is difficult lo see on whet grrcnd *jtf ftment
.1: illness is his or necessary promptness and precision, if every Regiment and it will be .
temporary urged to attention and 15th somewhat
give and
2d and ctold be
,
inst. the
r Felrar have a sudden attack was made him ? He remarkable] if in the prevented by debtor
3 The Advertiser admits that Florida Cotton has been on ( is not to be election of forty-eight
U :. to this needy class, if be would prevent great ben &"er. Among the large sold to manufacturers as New Orleans] COli Then found.) much less to instruct them in the school of field officers limul neously.tht're shall be no protest Can It may be alleged tie stock note U net really *
*
distress. on. the seal$
stipulations
a man deny of his
the soldier and own
And entered. In
er of arrivals on and Sunday company. so with the Colineland case of such protest there is no mode
,
A new parr, El Doletin Mililar, assures but have Saturday and gentlemen, you must seek some other mode than that Major. They are likewise made responsible] for minted. out. nor power invented in any one to remedy sign manual i
-
the public that Gen. D. Alvarez has dia.t. scarcely any From the Buter these some very which you ha- r already adopted to prevent Florida the complete organuatum, cornel uutrvetion, tc., the eril. The consequence will be, that one or about I send these discussion.as so many hints, as the Joke f"*talk*

of the no severely. ".sll. Cotton from taking the high rank to which it i. entitled of their commands; and they have to receive, at the the other party may be denied rights clearly theirs inviting
anything belonging to expedition ne hare not beard of the worst effects hands of their violence A LOOKER 0&Mm.
p let of If the Cotton shipped at St. Marks" is captains, on these annual occasions a or may be resorted to to sustain an imagined
:. Caifornia bad been chare against the tremendous storms which hare buffetedour as raw,ignorant and nninstructed militia,not acquainted right,in the absence any legal provision. I might
: the editors only] Low and Messrs EIJAS LXTT. *
Middling,
him. do say with -Tbis gentleman at *
even military ,
Sh & happen in coasts for the last six From the phrases or technicalities lame, too, another omission which U nnmilitary:
I.t Mexico number of vessels that week. full Wright k Lewis say that it it preferred to that (Up- much 1 less the lessons taught in the school of the The[ law provides for a certain uniform but it leaves- one the Professors in Woodward College of Ibiso1?' I

Gen. ben an. nf: larulO thinned Analachicola. we respectfully. ask soldier and company. And vet they have to drill it optional with the officer whether he uniforms in and brother of the U. S. Senator Talee.from T '
Ampudia c.s no appear to hue water and and ( great quantities i them in the higher and more complicated one, ten,or da. bas also had his name chanted bv the Lef**
abndoned evolutions
moved further than Cclaja, o his march to I of wrcked stua spars, masts, &that have our cotemporary furnish us a term bv which we of the battalion] and are responsible (or any failure to high twenty command yean simply Many are for the the person distinction whoaspire I tune ol Ohio to Yule, and will hereafter be thus*" I Isignaled.

: I tbe of the Some scandalous any designate the grade of their cotton. The that be made. It would .
may of title and
army Norh fer there loss appear equally reason. unless the law compels them to uniform I
ha great
fJ I ports had been about him, but ben pl as ben truth is that Middle Florida is well adapted both by able to take the school boy, who had not reached a in a certain length of time, they will resignafter acquiring -I There are some interesting circumstances

1L contradicts them. lr. prpry.r. Cor.En' oil and climate, to successfully rival any of her elder knowledge of his alphabet and place him under a the title, and no officer can secure the respect -I nected with this change wbicn it may not topropnate i1'P
paper *
I 4. classical teacher, to to mention at this We ti*
1e n the 6th:ul.! Gen. Paredes reviewed the _ I sisters in this important and lucrative branch of make the teacher responsible recite a lesson for the in failure.Caesar, and A about and obedience his person of the his badge command of unless he carne .. I I from the Richmond (Virginia)time.Enquirer.ptbet The p***

L troop* of the apitol, and there was a brilliant A collection ol people in farlanc lately Agriculture We are sure that when the happy a. field ofticer carries with him the pride of his .ration Without dwelling further military the superioriy. ugly ( I father of Mr. Ellis Leyy and Senator Le

I jthaig gbi on;tbo occasion. la returning to brt the collector in passed daptation of our soil to the culture cf Tobacco and and he ban a right to expect, that the cap ajna urea which mar our military law upon, which for the ea. I name was Ynlee. was the First Councillor! of

: tewr* ut &* evening, several accidents bapnened. following resolution : "i. long staple Cotton is ful'jr known and the rich reward flies below and, him who made are the school masters of the compa. lost part M excellent I will conclude by requesting I Emperor Morocco of those day,. The son efjJJ ,
are in his toP
responsible for the Emperor |
; .4 One U ooor fellow was run over 11-idrd.. that il ihnnninnnftht- rnnat' which will flow intQ the coffer 0'( the enter. I tion and drill of the recruitwill send up correct to him instruc .the guessing"attention that of military men to these points, and I j life and authority engaged which conspiracy it became against the duty *

Us. trampled by the canl'l.-P o an ing that any man who would undertake to col-i >rismg and industrious planter, will place this por- higher field of exercise. recruits instructed on in this the ran be attained under no efficient the organization of and drill I ancestor of Mr. Vulee to check and pvoisa; s" ,

led the Stale tax for be benefit of Europeanor tion Florida in an unrivalled attitude. elementary principles. upon the proper understanding operation thepipsentw SCOTT I so doing be was compelled to throw the [* *' |

Among Ibf last inventions in are AmricanJkgambler brokers and These things are already beginning tn become of which depends their successful discharge of I prison. Shortly afterward,and while tb.tatt- :
Loo spec
.. alrwiir IJas." to that gd\&n w i going ult"ouM hrle : tunihin' and hut if tr known. The last four months hare added manj \:1!. wise this higher every and evolution more complex which he daM attempts duties will. other Glass may be beautifully! fretted with Epsom alt I went in confinement from the,prison the old tc Emperor the tbron d>ed.Hn ana"f1**

'IL :h.ar. cir ,itirt .' I/ arr. '11.1-: l rc,i'i-n'I,V9r'n h'Y! !, n-t acme'teahib 'rt in abortion hi, prH- ill be humbled an-J mortified result dissolved white hof.in hot water, and applied with a brush I were to cast his father's friend and adviser iS rB **'"

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th' i f JuiTsMte.As. th s'r.r. L-h ng>ny writing whatever: without- its ii-p; : -- -- ----- -
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f*a. 1 n's ..i was the only law known in Morocco inTh nously lubmitfe u. the (censorship of the police NEW SPRING I !: GOODS .J. II. SCALES PHOCLi AT.OP------- .
) their lives ft reedJTflv This
were "
to sire
T : the family judgement
was
on bv
6. .
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'CIQ f somewhere beyond the authority of the new the supreme Court of the apltal. .conftmf rd'. I J. R. FORTUNK SURGEON DENTIST .acE l

are rJkeror and chance favored them with an escape to being unable or Unwilling tjonh\; TS now ,
the ( receiving brig and
pay ls per daily VJfOULD (
rL
ctda -
Republi those
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the father of Info desiring his stervicestra call
IQe Senatoryi1leethefl
rbraltar' Soon aner'ld. amounting together to 275O dollars about pecting brig Peconic \
nx ( G'.KJO) per ork.alarge '
immediakly1' ,
_. to the Danish IslandfStThomas" tran the and fom 1ew a his engagements) HI the Latwi
,) well selected
a young ( overnment issued an execution,and havmg aiwortrnent STA oblige hm
I leave
iD.t. thence to Cuba, and, I seized PLE FA1CYNI to in a few dava.
from changing his DRY
library, ordered it to b sold auctionon GOD ,suitable for Spring Suin Mach 14,15fG. .
Bf. hI. aflTI to .y.toa\m11 ternfom the ene- i the 2nd inst. The first lot put Up was a a trarsta mer tra te, confuting in part of the following : 31

or his famifv,.entered.into commtrca business lion into the Danish language of Maximes de Larocbefoucauld Fancy Prints Patis ShU Robe-, To the friends of Insune.
tie born in that came with hisParent worth 1C shillings White Linen Drill Drench lh
loi, I -a centimes) Directors
of
(6 the Lunatic 1
Virginia
D.pe. THE Asylum,
of but
fcboutthe time cession ofjrida before
. I to this country any one could bid fcr it, a person in the Brown" h 'Catin stripe Winiamsburgould
to the t'nited Stares. He is, perhaps, the room cried cut .I will 3iX) nx Figured inform the public of the I IllE
GeL e Bansly ((; Southern States s
that
U Senate.LCinthlnati. franca g' dvlanjUJ raduate obs, by a recent law of the Legis-i ] ( entire
1 in the S. and Cottonades
man immediately overto of
I HY
<*. t ,ongtt the t.he a\.tln- ; lature.they are empowered to receive ins me patients, TiE GOVERNOR.IY .tok 01'fr.
TimesFir -
Daily eer f\l amount in bank notes. The little volume York Mixtures, MUslin paying board, from for sad all
ofTljs. was 'WI'I other States This i is the oldest IY virtue of the provisions of an act of the General *. size
hand over to the purchaser, and fine and costs Gambroon Nankin, Institution ( nrnanctiq !
I Blonde of
T Fancy, and Herna- the kind in the
'4* the bein Union having been Assembly of this entitled, An act ".
f CoL J-iia. more than satisfied, the sale was topped, Colln" mi Scarf, founded by the Colonial Government in I;Ui ; and toorg'anizetheMilitia ot( Sate. of norma." Spanish I

h ST ANWiEWk' BAT 5th March, 1"-G. amidst former general applause of the company. The per London Drilling, ,Rich Satin stripe; Barege is,from its location, bt adapted for Southerners,be- proved December 2. 1 tbt WILLIAM D MO*ap.K. tolumbl
'o suffer a few to of this act is a merchant of Copenhagen, Light Plaid Gingham, ) Scarf. from ( .ISI. H. slii. | Ladies;
0. Mr Editor. WilloU lint al'pea named ingreme piercing cold the North,and LEY, Governor of hereby PROCLAIM do.
o
'i"f ID our paper few numbers only' of whichI Falkenbjerg who was immeiliatelyaflerwards FlarlstonCout i Fancy Dress C pe#, enervating heat of the Suth. Its curative that an ftJrida. on the Pint C oa.,-h, Barouch, Buggy. Sulky :n Wa ,) n>

have had the pleasure of seeing since I have been unanimously elected a member of the society for the ;'Rich French work collars, capJCfUy$ i: of the highest : nine out of ten in Elet.oni, L hed Division, Monday Pew of all descriptions Thinks. Carpet Ban Va.,
tlt
Brigadeand
OM t beautiful sheet of water, and of which I will Freedom of the Press and had his: diploma sent to Irish Lihr-ns, fancy' Silk Points, canes recover, i reeeived within the first six Regimental rtzt Officers al the Militia of the State (1_. %Vluipus and Spnrs. Harness l 'atherToirLe.th.

I (rv to"if ge .% a meagre description? 1. have been him in a silver gilt box I Damask Linen Napkins, ;Shade fringe Polk cord, of the disee. It is easy of access, a steamtt month. follow s : &i .r, Calf Skins. India Rubber Coth. and all kind of S

le o aiufterer from(Asthma for the last Unify ''eaf and Jnereate Towels :Egyptian lht!. stop at a wharf not fa from the -5)lum The modern For one Major ( mn'alof the first Division o( .Saddlery hardware. The 10""aridf win I sold
t of London I., C. hkf at suit (tie '
the sea-board much Rfo1y.- correspondentof (emb. super) Sleeve girdles, treatment, upon the rrinn one }
would have resorted to sooner, non-restraint system, is in the State of composed of that part of the Top
the
hands but Boston Tra\'ler, in describing the opening of I Cambrics and Jaconctts, "Ladies' whIle and colored I successful] operation The Forid m'GCT AXD IL\Jt '
IoL1SISu4a but for a large family upon niy : hatinggot Parliament, apartments!admit of cla.fication -- State West of \ River For one Jltajurieneral :
clear of that charge I was enabled, as a la.t rei I i I Grass- CloIIL :( liA'; :rln. "' of patients_ according to their state of mind. ( of the .UOlld Division of the State of Florida D. -E. -nirr- i_
then almost "Tll Queen w< re a calm and smilins countenance, Irihandthread F-dgmss, Gents' do also complete division of the : N. C Repairing of all kinds done at 'hrrt .
of
tlC fcort, to coins here, ti prolong a insupportable and 13ne cllt societv composed of that part of the State East of the notrce
ef home walked "ill her u-ual grace and dicnify( No Cambric and Muslin (edgI '< rich Bonnet Ribbons The tare is excellent, and the Fe binary 21 I. 1" Irt. 31 41 :;
oet life for I had nearly as much as I"oS | could ,. '.: ps bar -. |Per week Suwannee River, and known a East and South Flo ___: _..._. __
; able tobeasand had even suffered greatly ulkr the Illl' tl IMITthat she! was alain in most I ings and insrling) We have neat b. d-rooms, a lurnuhed The

I treatment of the best I>physicians, without being bet- 'inttrotiiu silu.it.on.' ind- d. it i. expected that lack {Fancy Caps with curtainscarpetsofa, (entre-tahlfnU"mn.. rida.For one Brigadier General for the first Brigade Upper 1\n..u'c fprlnKS f
EAST
lytateh. tcred, but rather grew worse I have be-en here a in lcs 11.n three month.there will be an addition Gimpem Inserting, JRHi Fancy Pamsolettrs, mirrors, books and a piano: airy verandahs for sum- composed of the Militia west of the Ap.lachic.I.! FLORIDA. h

tlect. I Little over ffeel months;, and after very' constant!* to her. happv tanulv Printf Paris Lawns, A largs assorlml'ut of tracT retreat ; an extensive encourf for evening For one Brigadier General of the second subscriber fakes this netW( of in .

dmcL1.rn1eI bathing in drinking its waters, and breathing Sulphide Muslin, French litmus, rambles, a carriage for morning evening rides the Militia east of the Apalachicola lrig.de. jtTIfE: his friends and (the publi-th5t 'J

' this excellent salt air, am, 1 humbly trust, a well )1 A It KI I.; J. Plaid Swiss Muslin, Fine straw Bonnets, a reading room furnished with books and newjyapers comp Suwannee For one Brigadier General taken a lease of the above establishment .
Besides there have been Ombre Eagle F.se ; and moreoter various mean of of composed of the Militia of for a term of years and will be prepan-d to ac-
myself, last amulmfnt.- the
the
nan .t"trl per Ondned.n at Methodist EC tb thinlriade.
Joo tons here (o affection of the lungs, and al hate either hurch u. this citv.hv e\.tlir.the Rev. ". E !.. T Blake. Mr Plain Swiss and Book do. Florence A Chaplain rtidt in the building and preaches tn (ountiM CClumbia,Alalhua L"y. M.rion. Ben- omniodate all who may favor him with their con,. _
I i Ombre Balzanncs the All regards the mineral
: Sabbath
Neapolitan patients every Letters of i pany. qualities of the
should and ,
For
Q I rot well, or so much able to I. hAThAWAY to Miss FRANCES inqurrv ton Hillsboroush one % < Generalof water '"
p mende. a ) Gf.ORGI A'I Padded Rut land be directed to Dr JOHN M. G.\LT, Phv-u' it Carmot be surpassed by any watering place in t .
ore Leave for their homes and that St all ofthiie cit Prmte" \ I lan and (the fowrth Brigade, composed of the Militia of the :
. Ultt Andrew is the healthiest place ever st saw l'. I would f 1OHmS On the IJth bthe n_ Strip Moarning ;Rich Lace. Superintendent( of the- -Faviem. ._.-. _ts h'._I i.m, .,,* ir.ii...;.;........". .. counties of Nassau, Duval, SI John., Ofuige, St. Ame'ic.. The Springs will be opened hv the fir t if
H.T
therefore recommend to all who are with irt Lang, Mr. I {Sa'n Victoria cmli" burg, Virginia Lode, Dade and Monroe I thy ol l\f.ty- Charges moderate,and everv'attentionwill If'I
suffering .
\ t,. Miss MEL1NDA Broche March (14 I-K be paid to the'omfurl of! all wh
ASIGTO'IhERS Patterns 34
mourning English lO.vTax For Colonel IDa Inn him
Lieutenant
tiD affections of the lungs, to give; this baa trial before fure (' one one Colone and one I )
County.In with their
t 'Paris 5
Lholb lace tnm'd cimpanv.
Major, for each Regiment,
they grow co weak that they cannotstand the change I as foltw 'it,
e.Iy t hnit Church, Little Rock, Arkansas, Ash The above selected bv Collcrtor's Sale. For the first }FRANCIS A. HUSON, Prorrieter..
ol location This bay it the mOt beautiful sound or on were a gentleman ol d<*ei- 1 RegrmeHt,com posed of the Militia of
b.c. inlet of water known on our suiith-weatern sea-board "'tlnMa February">. l 1"1'':, hv the Rev. James dod taste, and he rests assured that those who will BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I sIa1 cambia and Santa Rosa counties March 7.. _1-10. : __ -. 3T 3m 4

, & It abounds with the finest fish and oy.ters Young Capt WILLiUl SCor'KICIIlf, U. I call and examine, cannot do (>therwi (than awardhim expose for sale, before the Court lou:dor, in For the second Regiment, composed of the Militiaof For Sale. f '
'frac ptrhap *?_ A.. to Mrs REBECCA that credit Madison County Florida on the Walton and Washington counties TWO HORSE
c( in the known world. The wo>xls are fle\ I \11r Talaha- A JERSEY WAGON, with double
I trio ort"e game of every kind Common to the I is ccc. Florida. He has also just received from New Orleans: First Mmtlay il September, 1640, Fn the third Regiment, compe of the Militiaof harnesj. complete Also, fM

jij the bt range fo cattl-e and hogs I have ever seen ------- -- I Rich emLr'd Canton Crapo Shawls, worth f 10' the following property, rr !" much thereof as "i Franklin and Calhoun A light TWO HORSE ROAD W.\GOX.'ilh gear I

r a.oenl The country around IS'erv poor pine land, but on (niT u A R v. figured Linen Cambric lor dresses, pay the State tax due on the same for the year 1 ., For the fourth Regiment, composed cf the Militia top and feed trou h. Apply t) 1*I

the creeks, rivers, bayous bays, there are rich Dc'pate this life, of Pulmonary Consumption, in I H Paris Lawns, viz: of Jackson county.For February 2'3. 1HC. 3y 3t II. ARCHER. ..

hammocks in aundanc (a or hundre of settlers. Gad den Florida the '_>2d Embroidered Robs, The E J of the S P. 4, and N E 4 of this S F. 4 and the fill h Rgiment.composed of the Militia of i'
Count on day of February
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'1 lYe who can easy and li\nl. Now, Black Thread "!worth $*', the N W I, purporting to belong to George 1:Itennis I Gadsden county.. Co-Partnership. j
he without casting a a single reflection upon any one, I -, Mrs M VRY< WOOD, contort of Mr. Uz Wood, Long Silk O K Mitts ( \stvle.) -taxes mj f cents For the sixth i Regiment, composed of the Militia T undersigned, having this day associated themselves .C-

p.w do believe it is the best poor man's country I ever in the :.I''lh year of her age All of which he offers on the most reasonable,terms. Range 'i, Township I, S and r purportin to be- of Leon and W.kul.counties. together under the farm of STARR. 't .

.iTh invite all March 21 I'UG lone to Samuel Hadlev-taxes $ For the Vnth ,composed of the Mihtia LLOYD and .F'LAGG will continue the .
11. IW and I or any one to come and try its In noticing the death of this lady, we can only :5SPRING UC. mercantile
above rare excellencies, and they will be plea.ed. ThOMAS \NGFORD, of Jefferson countv. business at the Store formerly occupied by W. .'.
'ore.tr that
it would be evil in to dtsire her -I
ditQ The hamok produce in abundance, corn, cotton, say us stay any & SUMMER GOODS. I %ff and er offici T. C., M C. For the eighth Regiment, compo of the Militiaof Lloyd, where they will be pleased to we their (ormel .
and I longer in this vale ol affliction She had been wasting February 14. 1S45. 3, Om Madison and Hamilton countie.For cudte-mers. M.
'
tobco, rice, peas, potatoes, ever* thing that take in the STARR.
I under limrcringd-sease! formorethan THE suhscribr pleasure informing the ninth Regiment, composed of the Militia \V LLOYD.
n4l WIl grow on a vine in this climate, does well.- one year: and the y! t
TalahaSe surroundingcountry POCKET BOOK LOST. Columbia_ countv.tor February 15, 1S4;. 31 "'. H. 1.. GG.
also such the
v Fruit a ctange, fig. peach, plumb dunn which period her faith was sincerely' fixed that just rteeivrd bv the last arrivals the tenth Regiment, ths Militm .

fiersonw pomgranale and grape, grow finely', and so would upon the promise of her Divine Redeemer, that He 'from New York, a splendid assortment of LOST in Tallahassee }'nudayevenin. the I 17th of A'achua, Levy and compoiN cO'Jtit. STAIR ILOYI> & 1'l.AC.C.

,his many ol the tropical fruits, if they were tried. Here would nevJr leave or forsake her. was this promise Fallionablf Fancy' and Staple Dry Gotds And t, a smal sized red morocco POCKETBOOK For the eleventh Regiment composed ot the Mi- now receiving, per Brig Fmeline frcm New '
the markets that I ARK
oil are most convenient exist on they be constantly from New York with soinewhat The book if
strap
as litiaof Bentonand
that wi rtcei'in wor. Hilloborouzh counties. ork, and Schooner Home from New Orleans,
and caused her
lo. our southern coasts Uith a good breeze, it is sUtainellr, to hear with and Orleans the first houses in theabove in bank bills, of the
selectedby denomination
tw ( (ontain:1 of For the twelfth Regiment,composed of the Militia Rio, Laguira and Java Cofiee, loaf and crushed Su-
, iHi but one d.'I sal to Apalachicola one to Pensaeola. patienr<' the affliction that at last wore away her plw'is, with the greatest care and, attention, Ills and 5's : one note tin Maj. Je*-.e ('IJ, for lil1!. of Du'a and NafeaU Bounties. g.r. Wine. Brandy Flour, and complete assortment "3

1O. one and a to Mobile, and two to New Orleans. earthly existence Early' in life, (this amiable lady particularly fo:this market) all seasonable: goods in elated about the tint day of "Dbt and due on thirteenth. Regiment of the Militia of Iron, Steel, Nails. &c 4 a
\,here all necessary supplies can t he procured at \ery above line, which low for cash at the first of February one note bv Wt'slt' compoe.
d herself] in coenuitvith her God, and Iat thpofer suned y of St John?, Orange and February 21.1x49. 31 ;
V'. low prices, at all times Sloops and schooners are gave away their store in Ta1ha te or Kle as administrate on the estate of Jas C. Evan Fo the fourteenth, Regimentcom Militia t

TandL. often heie, an a they pass to and tro, they buy' was rei'e by baptism into His church From &II GREENBERG &CO for S'-IO, past due. credited with is::*},.date. not re:- of Dade and Monroe counties. { Just received by J. R. Fortune,

iio5. a red or in exchange al and even thing that that period, she ever remained a ,firm and devoted March 21, 1 MO 3: colecte. one note on William Evans, for p253, And I do order that all election be held at the 1 HHD extra sugar cur.d Hams,small! size for family .

: snare-< corn pork lobCo. member of the Baptist Church ; ailll'r life corresponded ---- date aout the- loih- p- of- -Mjrrli.- ---7 11'"., n.nndl.-, '-"- .- ....> H..>. precincts the several counties, at which the cene- use, I .

melon gcs, I the i CLOTHING iCI-i'- G: m.d; containing other papers of Sri,. value. to ral elections on the first Monday of Octob-l.t, Small lot prime Lord 1
\\ithlierprofe-sion by producing ( fruit
"he vessels sail directly up to A LARGE assortment of SPRING and SUMMER any' but the o\vncr All persons are cautioned I from were ordere to be held, and by the Inspectors appointed Small assortment choice Brandies and Wines I '

sings. and cive you the t best ot i of that charitv which is 10to all the children of CLOTHING : Also. BOOTS SHOES, l'\TS. trading fur anv of the above rotf', a, the undersigned manage such erections; and if such In- .I bbk superior Monongahela \\ hiskey j ,,

i spare. Cattle keep in good God. I w !the privilege of lb writer of this to &c-, just rl'cih' and for sal.' l 11 will apply' for a renewal of the same. sj>ectors for any cau e fail or refuse to act, then by Febriiary2i.lsw. 31

,I. Good beef ha.been kile di- j visit this afflicted child of Cod; a snort time before L. &II. GREENBERG A CO. liberal reward il be paid for the pocket w.k such Inspectors a.s the voters present at such pre- I -_- ---- -
since the middle of February March 21 I 1" C. 3. contents One
on application at this Olce.ROlEIT cinc's mav select \nd I do further order that the Hundred Dollars llewnnJ.I ,
her and I forget the
never smile of
condition without feeding 1en departure slu.l EVANS returns of said election shaH be made the
Administrator'. IVotire. by Inspectors I the (r ntleman who stole from '
pigs; and she ha not eaten joy that at times would light up her countenance March 14, I<:40' li thereof forthwith after the election,and FOR my j
I directly : in the 10th District/ of Houston.blood m
months after date I the It
irhole winter, and both herself, / when speaking of the inli 'ritaitce which was re- SIX of Probate, of sal apple to lon. I to the Governor and Commandl-in-Chle of the I __! _:c1tI_ bay GELDING five IetI" old, a little *
order I these thine County for $10 Jgesvard.jc .
lent say in Heaven for her, through the free gift and of Jude on the estate ol Charles A. Nelson Militia of this SUte. that I dishtd-faced, and shows the Janus blood by lorui '3
ten, who are without land to merry ser-e. of her Saviour late of said County deceased STRAYED: or stolen from the su! scriber (the Inspectors of the nri'Jui precincts shall set up, and other marks. He ha.a fine lofty walk and a very 4

.-l'or-there u yet something lar ; lh February, a dark brown twenty days: before the election, in three or more short buck ; his leg are perfectly black fine hoof 111
-,1 I have descnl>ed_ Here, my She said for some time the Mrujsrle had been with JAMES. A. CERTIELOT.Iiin FILLY, nearly three year old, hardl. ) brio places m their election diiric. notice of the and incline to turn his hind leis out in (the hock

1s. ...._, ...-__ _____u -o health, sure and alm<.st her at the thought of partinc with her (companion March 21, l'-h'i. 3\ Administralfr.Cm dle-wise The above reward \iU be paid for the publiC holding the election hereby ordere. joint u he walks. I am certainhe- was stolen by a (

vbs uninterrupted health- eas has not been and her sit i children, as they all chin? like tendrils > delivery of said filly to the subscriber in Tallahassee, Given under rnv hand at (the city eee, white man, and I will give fill for him and the
3 wit- known,or seldom if ever known to generate here.- Leon this 20th of :
Land for Sale. County A. A. FISHER day FebrarslS4. horse, or $SI"! for the horse alone. j.
we Then here, right here, a man may' live out all his around hef heart but that she had prayed for resignation March i, li 10 33 W I). MOSELEY, Gov of Fla, Z. LAilARPerry. i

/ tb days in good health, the greatest bon the great Creator I to the divine will, and that, now on the veryverge BY ,virtue of an order and decree of the lion T. I and Com in Chief of the Militia.thertf. February 17, 1 4C. 31 4t e :
1 has his creature man, in natural Chace, Judge of Probate lor Jefferson County', Sole let in 1S4G. 2s, ls4G. 32 ,
I btowe upon| of the grave,she had received deliverance, and Monday April, Fehruar .t 1 j
life the drawbacks to the comforts of directed to \I a' Commissioners, we will offer at ORDINANCE ,
c amonl could leave them in the hands of that God who had Sheriff's Sale. (a' I
public sale, at the Court in the town of Monticello NOTICE.FORECLOSURE .
a
1 the country, if such they may h called, are sandfiies lou To milt a Revenue for the city of ,
,t n.'t- horseflies, and some Thc taken care of her in life and who was now abut to on Monday, the April, the tract of land BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias, from OF MORTGAGE: K THE SOCTH- TalaLasseefu

musulto, wolves, and Oand rtltnake.t a panther, give her an everlasting habitation, where sickness lately owned by Jeremiah Bentley,deceased,consisting the Clerk' office of the Circuit Court for the CIRCUIT .FLORIDA the year 1513.BC if

ear. annoy ba.a n "' but an old citizen lies in of the following parrels, VIZ : East i of 1 W 4, County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein heirs of John H. Sawyer, deceased, will :t ordained by the Intendant and Common -f
-omer. reach her The church militant has TIE
pjcy 'il camp: as happy', almost, as if he was in an earthI should no rmre and E J of S W 4. Sec :;s.., T 3, R 1. N and .; W J Thomas Brown i is plaintif and Jacques M. HUin'! notice that I intend to institute proceedings Council of the city of Tallahassee, That an or<-

dtbeSpas I Eden, for he feels neither disease or pain I am I lost one of its devoted members: but our loss i! her N WIS3O.T3, R 4, N and E.; anilE i NEI.S Adm'r. are have levied upon, and ,forthwith, in the Circuit Court for the Suther dinance to raise a Revenae tor the city ot Tallahassee -

) Irom the up-countrv where the emicratns tide t gam May Him that temper tlU wind to the shorn I 2'i' T i R :1 t. N and E., containing' in all Three Hunj : will expose for sale, before the Court House door, Circuit of Florida, to foreclose the mortgage for the year 1>*4:. panted and approved on the
I dred and Acres Terms of sale On credit in the city of Tallahassee,on Monday the 6th day of John first of March l4: be and the
meat. seems to flow to the Cherokee, somewhere else or lamb, nude: and protect the children in (tie path of j Twenty : a upon certain real_estate of H. Swyer.deceased, day same is hereby ,
to Texas, where are fevers, agues,pleurisies coushs.co'd I until the first day of Deceml next, except so Apri next, within legal hours,the following descri in the city of Key Wet, situated corner of continued in full force and effect. .

.ndof *, asthmas, d and all the engine of piety : may they follow the mother'l foosteps, and J I muCh as mav' b necessary to pay the costs of Court b property, to-wit : Duval and Front streets, and known a part of lot Parsed in Council this 9th February 1S4 *>.

death, in 'sppia at work. consumptionnot whilst she cannot return to comfort her companionand charges..f ommisi\nerf and advertisingJNO No. 271, in the North addlln. and Lt No2o number three in square number seven, according to SIMON TOWLE; Intendant. 1

exrepted
stop and think cal .' and ffl..w they do F. I'. the city of Taaha"le. MALLORY February 2,, IS 1 10. 32
they go I
March 21,1Si.$ ( Comm nonu.. Levied upon property ofaid defendant, and BvS. R MALLORY, his Attorney
start to move towards the sea-board for on the sea ( PRESBYTERY OF FLORIDA will hold 3 I AN ORDINANCli 't L
to sold to satisfy said writ <
j board is found health, wealth and intelligence TiE b feri f.tla. 1e.t, March 7, Is4o. Ti ejwlm 3.
its net stated Providence BOOKS. A. A. Sheriff "
meeting, I'riuir in FSHER. Relating the Fire Fund.
three, hut the of three is health, NE'
rMc. thet greatest tht. I Notice.
. good health, sure health Well, then, come to St the Presbyterian Church of Madison, commencing TUTT received per Brig R"Plblic Ineersoll's His March 7, 1"IO. 33 By I). s. \TIIEII.AS. On the 31st day December, M4. l )

four Anrewt Ba,. in Washmeton county, State of Fl"r. I Thursday, April .M, at o'clock, p.l The meeting of the late War, 1st vol, Calboun's Life andSpcelles Note Lost. SIX month afterdate, I shall present to the Hon l ( was passed and adopted by the ,: a
of Probate Jefferson
ditcr thf outh.wet extreme of \Vest Florida, one MiU'1 svstem ot Logic, e Ion County. my final Intendant and Common Council the city of'Tallatmasee -
will !he the Moderator
,
opened a sermon by
, and hundred and twenty miles from Florida "itl John Marten, I Mrs within the last ten days, or thereabouts, a aCcount and voucher a* Executor of Thom L. appointing se't"ra'H person u Trustees M a

nsefk and three hundred from Tal.hao.f Georgia : andI and di'inf service will be continuance daily' till the Wild Sports ff)Furjl} Sherwo, Africa, by Col LOS I ot( hand signed by' Hezekiah Jerkins, and Woods, late of ;i county, deed, and shall then take charge of and distribute the fund of money in t' .

, .- would hint to those who if'if. this subject Monday f.llowing J. PHELPS, rapier,Letters and Sppehcsf Oliver Cromwell by payable to C. C. Moore or bearer, for scventj-five apply for I letters dismission a such Executor.BENJAMIN their hands, known as the Fire Fund : And whereas $ a '

. that they would relieve me very muCh by' pavine the Quincy, March 'I, I 14Clerk; of PresbvteryS3 Carlyle, at 7"i cents dollars, due on the first of January, I.t. All j>rare MANNING it appear that is yet no distribution of said fund I

ftostaee on th.it letters, as I do not feel myself able Adventures ot Gilbert Gurnev, sams hereby caut ionr against trading Jeflerson County, March 7, b33- Cm has teen made by said Trustees : And whereas, the

lul (n do It. ( At the request of iiununus friends, Major Sketches from life bv Bulwer, note as payment 'illJ stop|>ed, and steps t.t1 to Cotton Seed Intendant and Common Council of said city are now i
Old Saint Paul, AmswortL, obtain a renewal same Dated February 14, lUslodol desirous to relieve the said Trustees
With all doe re I am, sir, JOhN G. CAMP has consented to a candidate from the duties :
taktw 'ft. cta servant, b Theatrical Apprenticeships aid: Anwdotes, by IHJO C. C. MOORE. FOR sale in small quantities by DANIEL LADD. imposed upon them by said ordinance,and to resume .
ot for Major General of the First Division, Honda 14, l4tj. 3o 41* or EDWARD BARNARD, Tallahassee -
HERMON MERCER Sol Smith, Philanthropy or my Mother's Ruble February the control and disposal of said fund : Therefore,
1 Militia Important business renders his absence for The CousinsForecastle, b% Alar> S B Dona, 2NEW BOOKS Ac. January U, 1S43. 2SAdministrator's Be it ordained by tftc Ititendeatt and Common S

tfek Reautiful Extract.-The European correspondentof I a few weeks absolutely nece tary. Considering the The Cricket on the Hearth, bv Charles Dickens, W. Sale. Council of the rUg o} Tallahassee, That the said

xi.a. the Newark Advertiser, writing from Stratabure, I office one of Ionu rather than profit, neither to besought The Step Motherbj James,Donoghueby Lever, HISTORY' of Puritanism and Fruit Trees, by Thoma.of America Colt, bv, D..\. N MONDAY,the sixth day of April next, I will ordinance, parsed and approved 31st diy of December i'
Carlvle .
The Elves Francis
Thomas O
by 1MI, appointing Eppes, I> C Wilson,
after describing the monument of .Marshal Sue in for or declined, he will Ii.ost cheerfully serve, A.I\enturt of a French Gentleman, J. Downing, Christmas Holidays. in Rome by W. J. offer for sale, at Monticelo. Jefferson County, J. B Bull, H. L. Rutgers, J. B. Gamble and J. W. 4
the '
It.Mr. order church of Louis of S.Thomas makes ntutf by Pialf by I should his fellow citIzen.confer their sjfiraces upon Seige of Vienna, Joan of Ar t taiborne, Kip Life of Paul Jones, by Alexander Slide11"c- al that plantation of lying; and ling Argvle, Trustees of the Fire Fund, so called, and '1
th.following : The Practical Astronomer Jeficr on County aforesaid, known as the plantation
tOlb kenzie, by .
Snowden, Bachelor, Butterflv Bihlf No &_r., and Dic providing for its distributionprorata, among the '
ul Nations who embalm their and indurable Erasmus Wilmn on Healthy Skin, of William B. Killpatnck, late of said County
good men
. great hnn.'e with a great varietv ol new !o\'EI., Talesc., sufferers by the fire in said city be and the same is .
marble in effect perpetuate their lives upon The lite( of Fn'eriC Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle, deceased, containing eight hundredand sixty 75-lOiJ
Bibles for
: authorized to announce A. K ALLION Fine Family Quarto %-each. hereby repealed
earth ; and cause their iltltIIC'to be felt, in a considerable c art Splendid Books of Common Praver in Velvet and Wilt and Putnam's library No 2, Poe's Tales, acres, more or less: said land to b sold to pay the lie further ordained That the Treasurer of the I I
for General of the
il degree, as if they -to exist among !> a,a Cal.ldate Brigadier S Turkey Morocco, with clasp Shakspeare; in I solhiollin's Citizenof Prague, bv' Mary Hu.'it debt of said decedant.WM city of Tallahassee be and he is hereby authorized .; t'

.l meu Their lips of stone, with the aid of such. a cond Brigade, Florida Militia, at the election on the Ancient History, Ilvtnn Lady of Milan, New man's Essay on elopement. I D. MOSELEY Adm'r. and required to demand and receive the said lund .f. 7

,sst share only of imagination as a view of them must 1st :Monday in AprilCIAH.I Books Wats'ald Hippn Fremont'n Exploring Expedition, Masonic Chart, Jefferson County February 25, 1"-40. 3 ts now in the hands of said Trustees ; and in case of
always mlpire. will forever read sermons on the true American Constitutions, Mi!s Lclie
Cookery
SCHOOL BOOKS c.Bennett's ) their refusal or neglect to deliver up the same, to I
e uses of lre. and speak in thunder tones of the sublimity r&- : H. DUJ'OVT is a Candidate for Past and Prppent, Carlyle, Notice. institute the to enforce

ate a martyr's. sacrifice to truth-a patriot's Major General], Florida Militia,First Div'ision, at the Gummeres Book-keeping' Toss, Frosts' S American ellm I Books.'\cr, Splendid! family. Bibles at'very low prices.Clerk's SIX months after elate, we shall present our ac the recovery thereof necessary legal proceedings .
I Survey inir ns > current and vouchers to the Hon
devotion to And who fail of | Assistant, Baptist ,
country can being Hamony.Mercer'l Judt Passedin Co'sncihtliis 13th February, 1S4 .
election the first Mondav in next Grammar day >
I April Murray's Abridged of Probate for Jefferson and then 'F
'U'a made better by' coming within the influence of such Clu.tfr. Buck's Theological Dictionary County} SIMON TOWLE, Intendant. i
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these, whose lives.and it be, whose I I Pinnock's History ol England, with forty ensrravings letters of dismission as executor and executrix: of
deal.preachers. haveinliued a into, their ssoidsaliathcs may which (ri- Wr are althoriz.f to announce C,1 WILLIAM Forter's fine-hand Copy Books, Smith'd Grammais, Shakipcare SCHOOL( BOOKS, .Vc Joseph M. White, late of said County, deceased Teste, 2S THOM IS 10. BARNARD 32 Clerk .

:t goes directly to the heart. I n.ILta a candidate for Major General of the Electic Readers, SmiltY'! Arithmetics, Goodnch's History U. States and Questions to do, THEOPHILUS REA TY, February ,

) It I only in the long shadows of the*' ancient First Division Florida Militia, *t the election on tilt Olney's Geography\ &l\tla Parley's" Common School History, ELLEN A. MASTODON COTTON SEED, A*. :
r I Noyes Pen mans Zenophon's Anal sis, Jefferson County, 2S. 1S4G. 32 Om
jl cathedrals, that one cal conceive the world to b Ii i i first Monday in April. Greek Tetamenls, Fiske's Greek! Grammar, Parker's Exercises. on Composition, February J lIST received direct from Cuba and for sale by J.
old. Nature herself exhibits few no Algebra, Lengendre,
or
growing Duie' Ia'iC' BRAS.CH O'B BRANCH R. FORTUNE, a small of
Amsworth'3 Latin Dictionarv, Latour's Piano Instructor JOSEPH quantity Mendagni'fine
mark of or decay If, by convulsion, the I \"J authorized to JAMES Day's Algebra I Latin Dictionary.Leverett'a L
age any I tzt. are announce Capt BRANCH CUBA TOBACCO SEED, warranted to be
Superior Gold Pens, J. & L. genuine
Pike'l ArithmetiC
current of a river is up it presently finds ,j janothet & Latin Lexicon, ir"ley'" Tacitus, .
damme SCOTT candidate for Brigade General of the
e I as a &c., for sale by p. A. \Y\\AlU Latin Lesions ATTORNEYS AND AT LAW,
outlet If or flood lay' mmar, COUSELLOR
t devastating fame I Second Brigade Florida Militia, at the election on March 21. 1 .r. .V> L\ZaC'1 2 KEGS OLIVES if
the forest in ashes.oreerwhelm with ruin, Ilmar's Phra es, Envelopes for Letters. TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA. And will receive in a few weeks, direct from

UJ' new oaks an pines spring up in tie places of the the_ first_Monday in AI'ril ____ __ Wett India Fruits, Vc. Ierroratel.per_ Coral Necklaces and Amulets, THEIR connection with the Southern Life Insu- Richard Abbey, Yaoo. Mm., 25 bushels of MASTODON .
old, and champaign laughs in sunshine -- n --- & Jut per Brig Emeline, and for &. Trust ceased
again tie FORTUNE has jut received j per schooner receive Company having entirely COTTON SEED, warranted to be the real
lva with rain and flower, ms green and gay as ever.- Laws of Florida. JR from Havana, sle bv P A. 1:WARD they wi hereafter give their attention exclusively article. Call soon, if yon wish to be supplied.

But with the works of ma it I* not so Every thing 1 A FEW copies Pamphlet Laws of Florida, late 13 M aborted ;Cocoannts, February 2S, IMG. :32 to profession. Februtrv 1.1, itiF!. SO 7

aii which belongs to him" smells of mortality", Even ..tt Sesion, for sale by Cigr, /Fresh Cuba Tobacco Seed, They will attend the Supreme Court of (the State, 4i H

I.I' the shadows of the Pyramids grow' I !from century Mard.21,1"p.. A. hAYWARD. Oranges, Orgrt S\rnp, Southern Harmony. and each of the Courts lor the Middle Circuit. Just ReceIvedA

to and when they fall, they fall never to of corn SOUTHERN HARMONY, March 7, 1846. 33
Pine Apples {Every variety Swect- : just
centur. 150 ND for sale at the Phanix Building by J. R. 1 or-
I'f These stately} churches, bear of and sale
for
GOODS.lljCES received bv
ril again. mark HJEW Banannas, I Meal. tune, 20 boxes superior Enalish dairy Cheese, )
. the rain, bal. tempests and violence of man, 9 OO rich style Prinh. Muslins, Gmg- March 21. 1'4.( M Nor 15, 1M1 17 P: A. IIAYWARD :otec.ALL 21 kegs best Goshen Batter,
have on their brave towers from age to age hams. Muslin Ginghams indebted to the estate of .
DaepE H.1.ine. Received on Consignment b)' J. II. Fortune. person Wiley liH fine dried veni ca Ham. ,
it.it When I hare been loitering Shisssl.s} Gloves, o. ,late of Jetleraon deceased
&afl. ad Clat State Tax Collector's Sale. County will January 23, IbIfi. 27
In these deep lotit'Jde and awful cells, Mitts, Hosiery', a superior a8rtment Lcel and 5 hOlDS. New Orleans Sugar a fine article make immediate payment to the su ; and -
virtue of the vested in me by law, I cribr
I.a Where heavenly-pensive contemplation"dwells, Embroidered Muslin Trimmings, and a variety of 10 hhds Shoulders, BY shall for power sale, before the Court House those having claims against said estate UU.t present JUST RECEDED DIRECT FROM HAVANA BY I
, Where ever-musing melancholy' reigns. articles too numerous to mention. Just received 2 Ham exp them for payment to the Administrator within the
) I imagine that I hear the retreating footsteps of past and for sale by 15 W>1*. Prime Pork, door in the Jasper, County of Hamilton, on time required b law.or they will be barred of recove- J. 1C. FORTUNE,

ages echoing through their lone-drawn aisles L &II GREENBERG &CO. 10 MesH TIlt first Monday in Stltmlxr neat. rv.. ) SMITh SIMKINS, Sheriff 20,000) PRIME CIGARS boxes of 1')X

But perishable .they may be, yet they are more March 21 1"-i. 3 40 Fine St. Louis Flour. the property, or vull and ex-efficte Administrator each,

. lasting than the men "ho erected them or the mansgenerations March 21, 1840- 3: pay folo"in and County) taxes due on the(same a for Jefferson. County, February t 1"4-*>. 31 tm 12 dcz. bottles as.wrled SWFETMF'ATS.
of Lands, in Jefferson County. Stle
who have, after another, trod their Sale 20 Ibs. Spanish Cinnzmon CHCtCLATFi
ont and by virtue of order and decree Just Received by J. It. Ifurtule. the year 1S43. : Mastodon A. Petit GnU Cotton Seed. OLIVES
sculptured The ashes of who .pursuance Pl 2 kezs
pavements th.H E of the N
1j IN The S E: 4 ot Sec 33, and the i K 4 of
first caused incense to ascend ar.d envelops with Us (the lion Judge of Probat- and for the County BBLS. PRIME LARD W RECEIVED direct from New Orleans by 12 dozen GAf\ JELLY
2 and the i ion 34 and the of
sect t
Sec 33 entire
JUS C !
the arch of Jefferson, I will to public sale, at auction ke> St Star and Home Ftbrnarvll, lt4i. 3ti .
cloudy canopy fluted column, expose = I" FORTI'NE, per ,
10int an and the E 4 of the S W 4 of 2G. all of 2. Shonfr t
before (the Court House door in Mon- bbU Yellow Trials Potatr>CH. :: Se
fur -
-
within the ::P) Mastodon direct from R
have vaults of (
since Ch. bushels
lon re peace R 12, N and E. The N F 4 of S and the N jof83auitltlieNE4c't Cton Sd. :
1 I walk softly along, for I tread upon the tiCclo.n TUCAY. the 2lrt day of April next all lbrdI2iI isn; :: ---- t S I, .I'I. I K 12Narid E., puriiorting Abbey, Esq, Yaroo Valley, iC. For Havana.THE 1

very tombs of the o and noble d.N and look interest of Joseph Manning, late NOlh'4 to belong to the estate of Hector W. Braden 200 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, a gennmc ar fast-eailm packet Schooner

round through the calheralllrllt. moreobscure I of ssidcounty.deceasd, in and tothe following ALso the W 4 of theS. E 4 of S 7, T 1. R 14, I fide February 21, I.r. 31 ;
lands and being in the county Jef weeks after date, the undersigned wil appi) i% 1 ANTAF R. S. Hubbard, Master
where lying
bv' these pious ehalations. on places rib wit o SIX the Judge of Probate for Leon County fur letters N and E.. purporting to belong to the estate ofWashington Lust Notice. will leave, about the 15th of each
( to
breathed with of :
and feelings awe
the fQ( .to I of administration the estate of John Dunham. month St Marks and Apalachicola.-
The S i of the N W 4 of Sc o Judie. indebted to the estate of ,
burst J
a if their spirits might suddenly upon my \\- :. Z late of said county, deceased Alsothe SE1 of S 31, T 1, n 13, purporting to ALL persons Henry For passage nnlv, apply to J. R. FORTUNE, .
The S W 4 of 29. deceased late of Leon
sacred shrines
these "
iion. Though nurtured from S County are
fa EDWARD BRADFORD to the estate of Benjamin Thanix
belong
14, 1b4 30 Fuilditig.
Chare. February j
in different faith I do not m TheS W 4 of 4 of Sec 29. hereby notified that payment must be made withoutdelay'tn
a diM RICH. 11. BRADFORD. Also, Sections 25 and 31. in T 1, N and
n IMtrCte, and am not ashamed to feel my ( the A part W of the S E 4 of S 2-J, being 2O acres, in March 14, 1S4<5. 31 6wAdluluslrator' purporting to telong to the estate of Thomas Li\E S. S. SHiLEY, Agent, as no further indulgence MreriflT's Sale.
N of the
swell with better emotions when it is thus surrendered corner same, can b
The of the N E4ofSecI ingston. grantedWESLEY virtue of a writ of fieri facias. issued from '
i MANNING
to the strong influences of the place and hour. The F W 4 of Sec Notice. Also, the W i of (the N E 4 of S 33, 146.. 32 Adm'r. BY the Clerks office of the late Superior Court for

:1. all in T 3 ol months afterdate, the undluigewimake The F 1 the SW4 of S 33, February 2S of Leon, Middle District of Florida,
al Copenhagen The N W 4 of the E 4 of Sec 32, SIX o the County
Singular correspondent | final return and The i the N E 4ofS33: ,
Sfu.-.J ehibit Wills Judson is plaintiff and Pat Kerr'.
wherein
R 5, N and Sale 1st
1S4C.SlicritT'fl .
writes to that when, three months ago F. administrator the estate Monday in April
whore Also, i of No. C, of fractional Sec. 15, in T 2, b.tf for Leon County & on TheWiof theSE4ofS33. Ex'rsaie defendants, I have Itvied upon, and will
the King of Prussia was about to come of Nand E. of Roderick Mclnnis, deceased, and ask for a discharge I TheNE4ofthseSE4ofS33. Aalc. for sale, before the Court House door, in (he
from the-steamer that brought him into port; a spark R4, ROBERT C. Adm'r. a such administrator. Tlie S W 4 o/ the S W 4 of S 27, al in T2. R 13.N virtue of a writ ol fieri facia.-, issued from expose of Tallahassee, on

from the chimney of the vessel set fire to the royal HUR.. JOHN MANNING Adm'r. and E. Also, the E i of the N 4, and (heW BY(the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the city 6tk
March 21 the April ecu ,
of
day
Jefferson County
standard of Prussiahoistedon the boat in which the 18t. March I 14, 1846. 31 6m i of the N E 4 of S 5,T 1. R 13, Nand E..purporting county of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida wherein Monday. described

King was,and entirely consumed the flag. From this Administrator Sale. ---- to belong to the estate of Hardy Bryant. Elwha B. Perkins is plaintif and R. C. Allen's Ad- within legal hour*,the folUwiog propertyto

insignificant accidett, the Copenhagen journal theFaedreisea4d LIME. the N W4ofS20theW Jof the N E j or S have wit :
U
roinUtrrator( levied
virtue of an order of the Hon. Jud e of Probate All upon, and interest and estate of Patrick( Km,
the Ctry. published an account BY for Leon County, I wi. on Monday: the 7IFTY BARRELS THOMASTON LIME, in 20,the N E J ot the S W4 of S 20, the S W l of the wi expose for sole, before he Court Host door, in The right,and title lot IB Tdluhisosee,W

predicting the fall irf monarchy of Prus.u 20th day of April proximo l before the Cur .U order for sale by E. BARNARD, lo. SW4of S 17. the E i of the S W 4ofSh'T, the S city of Talahasa.e.) on Monday the 6th day of deceased, in Monroe to a street ground, running back Wert 160

& ,and indulging in light reflections upon the relig House door, in the citv of Tallahassee. the Mach 14. It6. 3* 4t W4oftheS E 4 of S17.aH in T lRangelitN April next within.lejjal 1 hours, the following described feet front no of lots of Wo. 114 and HI, in the
portions
iO and political opinions of King Frederick Will and purporting to belonz to Edmund B. Vast to-wit : being
of Robert Humphries, deceased, ty.
crest of the estate E. propel of the eity of Tallaba.se
The Danish Government this article Gold Pen* S oftheS W l of S iT i R 13 N K. original plan
i. seeing in following land,to wit : i Lot No. 22.th the improvements thereon, in of laid defendant,and
his of Prussia, prosecuted the in the per Brig Emehne, 2 dozen Wood- to belong In the estate of Wm. J. Mill. of Tallahassee. Levied npoa w the property
a upon majesty N W 4 of S W 4, S J F.&n( S E4S21inT JUS retel\d. purporting the original plan city be sold to satisfy said writ of Seri facias.A .
editor. Gjoedward.who was sentenced to imprisonment RI N and E. Sold. to satisfy the demands against No. 1 Gold Pens, the best article manu MILTON J. BRYAN Levied u the property nf said derendnt.and to A. FISHER. SJwnnBy .

for six months, and to pay a fine of 2000 nx J etate.. R RHf7. Adm'r. factured. For. sale by St. anl rr Ittf Tn Cot 1 Co. to I te sold) urn 'fy said writ of lien fliu. A. J. FI M". D. c- .

dollars banco, (about 5000 francs) and al the costs; sid Mardi "I.l l4', T : Febnnrv 2', JsM 3: r. A JI\VW February *-. 'f Im March3ll'*. .V* A A FISHER, Sheriff Jrbiav'-2eSlSt. 33
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Tux Collctor > O2fCC.I Tnkc otice. V/ULlAM H. WARD Or **< I >Y virtue of- the pi'-wer rested in at by has

\VEth: diy Iec&J w'*a lots N. eisht, cine. \ N'r wvc will be paid for Hide strctci.vd t ; A> D STAIK BCILDIXG. JAMES KBBJRGE[ X> eipo-e for safe, b-fr* the Coiart He ,I
\ ; AT \\VAND GENERAL AC UN T, ,
.t ATTORNEY
e'ievtm cSur uizirteenhnidrcdacreicf lItk4 pcg.afttrtheInthanfashoo.bv ,
I awl tenf>d f IJeY. the city ot Tallahassee, cosattf Lea-,
U-vL more ir *..Uin* Wtvrca I M.v 1". ISiS 12_ LJL lKFI: ; C It j- of %%a'.blegton 1). C. GERARD VINGERHOETS. ,
above tore, between the CITY On thcjirtt in
the
M'mday
S ta\n
LttlRirer tod Rcki Cwfflf srt. kwl u he sold liddlc Circuit of Florida. I r) PECTFLLLi *r.n urces that he wnl) af'eaJ .Vfft door South cf the L'nivn Eank H HOTEL and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he Augutt
House dKr. .a t-e \u -..f1* r-y J- i the following property, or iroch
to
befre the Ccwrt V of Clanbefore the theiecf
jca j t iRCUT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUN 1Y. tj li. J j'-se.u:: a s *era choice selection of FRENCH aspa'
the first Mji y u JuLy' l-4v. r tn* <-" "-ty I 'Executive L)>epartc.ents ef the Government, and GIVES notice that he u prepared to will keep on hand CASSIMERS VESTINGS I the State Tax due on the aase l'T th.year

t1e, die Gi4 Cci* oT '-- '%2 (.Lbtee'L -. i To SrkIiu 1ia3 c.aiiss a.tfl the Uiutet! States ft r Lands cr kziev.t his frierd aid the public .cNI) ENGLISH CLOTHS, schcit ,continnance -- I f W i. N W 4. S 1 s. T 2, R .N and ., -1543.; .

deL .fy'C'< *'"''>.! -ufy the cjuri-'i C h i**. i I>l ies,. _> the svtiicnc&t of Public Accounts, to claarus bef.re with any articles ct CABINET FURNITURC 4.C He would of respectfully his Hi rda friend a blievmg lands bclctgitg to Ce!. R. W Waihar.,,

of Forbes' PurcbaJ tlu pr,>irt of the ApUciuccU 1.1 Pt'it.: Coumiiencrs uiv.r ludiin cr other Treat.to <. made ip in a style not tu be cf the patronage known.
Lafld tViliaz Z P.-rr. surpassed by any w I'kmaa in the Mate, l he will be enabled to ir.ve them the test entire
Cop&3Y- TbeEi.SE.LSi3.XE1c1NE1eNW4S2lT2R2
1re.eeq-ton; and othei Lacd Ciau.a..and ta ti.ipr.euni ; u x
slzs -'. MI.L.N. t! rf''HE fetdant aad all per* it-teres'ed a-e htrcJ. : tA! Land FaTert to l'en.ua 11 the Arc.-. and at prices rrespondiae ssith thlitres -* satisfaction. i Nir.wW4cfNW4SlfrNW4efSWJ.SlT V SW

Q tii.c', Dec t'5 21 Co Tai Collator I IioUN br notified thi tsi -etiU.Ki ia the at' ve ca** : and Navy;, or busineeoviected therewith, to t11cbt2init.c Bureaus, Scfas, Table of various kinds, Set- April 5, 1*>I5. 3_< -- _____ is 15..N W 4of NWJ.S 1V.T2.R 3NVndP. l c

:! % i w4 this; djy 5L>1 in the oSlce c: the Cltrk cl the j| cl Patents for scientific or useful Invtr.I .- 1 tetr V.. arcrobfs, Chans ar.d every desciiptiou aid itriifclve and frplnddArORT3IEVr -
Cirrr.t <*ourt fcr fierson Couitr, Md He! Circuit. s'-le. Furniture male to order cr repaired at the 3.NzndE
; SloNE4Sz.T2.
tica ard toall other bines <-f a pJ>iic natuii re OF R2.Ni
ATTORNEY; VT LAW : file their I J saoftst n>-tice. He i* also rrpared to contract for
11 urfvia. ar.d are hereby rewired to cbjectioas.it ; qu.rinz an Arent. situated. J hying and beir K about tltrtn cult!
QzfbrC). IIorlda.T7"iLL a.iy they Laeaiccrdingto1aw. Si.d inert- j; Claims aialiut inLudazls .rooptly attended :. tr.no .Jm tl Heu-.e, and such other work as ucenirallv .LcrT5LTmz MD.'T'IIICsubscribers east cf Tallahassee, on the road IrruLsg to esS

\ ateiJ: iu; j.3,41L, C'jnt, cJ j 1 taze uu the following property, to-wit : a certain { tjtiS invest.rattd. 4.e. { done by b--use carpenters His prices in are new receivinr une a*'c.t- i Store cr to the Micc",ot>kte Lake, to men

\ > CO-IT tbr Cirj.f C-rt ol Middle flat 1*, tract tr pjrcil cf land. lv .r.g and bets:; in the County Intura'.o>i. given free uf cLaijt. All letters to 1 t'.is defzrtment w all be such as to induce lbs 'e desi- J. moot of CLOTHS, C.INJ.ItERSa& VEST loor to estate of TLcepliIes hlyman.jurptrtit* to b..

iii tb; Cr : tbJ jjji ra: Coaines 4f Grgt. j (4 Jeffrr oa. a.nd adjoining the V--A a o! Ma-iticello be ri n, ol building to civeh.m employ while the quality INGS which they are prepared to maaulacture in I TheELN

;, U Iti. {
( St.ritL CVii. tThe r'i lliil, nj-a>Jnnz eizbty tw-i ( -) lett front..ijouiirsCLnstui : : \. WilliE U. S. Seatc. t7t'd"* / ar.% work done in this city. SIDE CLOTnnR, %%- I, S 30, T 3. R 3, N and Laitnated near; Maa-

'. t Lur.drt-u ((2 ') fe t 'okJ0) frt n !, I .. E: .lLtNcLG.t, o the citizen cf Tai'.jhasHee, ansi urr >udincceuttry nineton, purportin? to belong to Lew.t -
; ; -! for ffdle by ourselves,) in thebatest style,euniitritin CeaEer
he wculd return his ino-t hearty thanks ( up aod
..
) I/ the and ki
17iV
va r\r tslite
-s Ai.ix. DAL.Qw, the Southern Life Insurarce arid Tryst
MMi SSl ? MERCHANT lot i-n wrhi'-h Samoe' C. Craft LTI in tte ytrail4i .. 3.flLaSLtpLE. tho patrcnjre he ha hereti f' re revived, and trusts part cfFrock. i ThcEjSES o. W J. SWI.SIO-CocMrrr
C 0 Dated iTtl. N..venibr. ISI5. thai U i ac.. rtiiue to srive ,.s-t.5jction, pr.d enjoy Dress and llu.Iness Coats : NW1'
:\ I''i' I ie' D. IL ATCHIO\, SI5T1R I. SardE ; S I7.T T. R l. > ,,,,
s.
-r I .%ccTs &. SPXCEI:. .. tbetr crnno .n--e a C. A i 4 cf oid
except ,
HIT. ectcr
v r. u o R i. \ N /. > : t\y\ r 4 v
Vehrur ly ,
; -
> !
.LL > &' -' \* .. *!: N .. XrMl 1-citurs; f.r Petit.oacr..Volirt J_ J. HARDIX. cf Illiuoi : Cloaks and Overcoats. Tweed, Says Gotha W 4, S 17, T 2. R 1. N aid W; E j. V W 4 s > V
Dc.ui.vr i' ;. : .Ini .. and Beaver Bus Coats & Sartonts 2 R I N and IV.
S. A. DoccusVILUS the 1s--ds
adjointng
I' \ 1\ a..i k-fev \$ > >'b : >* : ic'UcLFJIANCISC1S -.; TjT/r2 fi>
ta4 4e. ; *. ..' \ GaEo, of Keatarky. Plain and Fancy Aeslr, I Geo. T. vard, Esq'r.,about five nii s"eb.t* tf

iT 1x t'p, slttr d.&e. I aLsil 3pi. tf 1100. JOHN Pnrrr.cf lndhaa. Eia:k and firured Satin. Silk, Cashmere, VaUncu. i Tallahassee owner net known

t ;::, oribh'! JuJze of roHate f .- Jefers C unty. for .4 S. C. A>:K.E.C and Silk Velvet. ) The E i cf N W4ofSinTj.Rl.1 .N ,,,,} ;

NEW BOOKS &,c. Lt.'u A disrli-4ta a. Adciini5trtr ct 4' B. > Tii. rANTS OF EVERY DE.->CRlPTIuNAJ.SO j OaTe. near Lake JaeksoepurporIST. t. ti frtt

'j'LCsi..nbcr .' J.a 'Z Lrp :.qt.- .' Waik-r, lat<- o! said tOJ iti. Jeceascd. ..J.tai'iti., 1 Charles IVilijamsen.I .

_I : r C ? l.v"- *:*- e44 autt- jr>$E WALKER '. J. D. BowuA.ut Musoun.J A AEBV LAEGESSOETME>T OI I TheNWIofSW1S2s ; ES E 4. SST.allm

et C ( art ci ,. I i D cm'r J"ti li i. *' omj ,. M HI'I.HI. Cotton Linen Shirts, I Cotton Nett, Merino, T 2 R .>, N aid E. containing 120 *>5rKM.> .
.
? 2H4)JL L..IK'; HLMII D.nx.*. W .. Collar. Lainbs-woe-1, Canton situated, lyirz and being about (irteB .ies! northeast

Of ve-y .-ari ty a-J Here, laruiirfly oi eeeia I j In the Circuit Court of the ?Ild
GI 13ooU, t>rei ler u.ta nvaay ietv tTkjE1 cult Florida. Cravats, I i Jeans Undershirts and tate of Robert Hompbreys.

Gsoz' ?&' rasixw. ArjueK.&c i.-. J IT CH\NCER 'Prove aU thugs and bold fast that which ;oud.' WIE.MiCU Gloves, I Drawers, f Also, the(elbowing town lots: Lot No 20 r tk*

BLANK ii. OKS j IN HAMILTON LOUNTY TIKE ? thi* metd to lit. rci tut |'ubhe that he Hand'chiefs, silk, air.Hilf' Hose, S criminal plan of the city cf Tallahassee, are? part ei <

Of tTp.Ze and desctip'sji, wafrantrd of vdntteritl .. jobnF.Sr.th, ir J- r.os reciovtrd hs Cabinet Warehouse to the brie, i&.c. | Hats and Caps, i lot No 1TI m the north addition to the otv ef T l-

al at su-h Irr prices thst a. nt aped par- *. > Bil.: fcr Divorce. ',- _,i. -; iv.rcieriy occuj-ied by Starr i. Co., r.ett docir Su penders, j Eoot,acd Shoes, i.c. j hhas *e, also lot No 7* in the soeth half ef thcou"ty ,

chit e'dhtrc. Sarah Sniitr. J s.j ..--> Tin Nsnufactr in tie rear cl which h* Eurjr rtqnisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobe I' quarter of said city
PAPEK. FT ajypesnuc ij the sa'.sfaction -f tr.v J u > h: VEGETABLE ,- .* to carry e.n the busirr of a CABINET Also the lard purr-c-rtirc belcrefc the "Aptlchicfla -

F..iap **id loiter PJ T*' fr>o ?! 5 To S7 *>, L the affid-iv.t the c..- pl ini.>t'*>< lititor that : 1 \.KER. UNDERT.KER and I'PIIOLSTERER,and can be found at their tablihment on the most reasonable Lard Ccmpa2y." lying m the ctnEty cf

.er r* 3i. A cew article *i r> this letter paper |( th defe'int ti a onn.ti.det cf tK" Sta'e .f r ir PILLs tS ervrv tie hay ieen Iu' '<. -.- wel: prepared to execute any orders in either j terms. Our stock will bt replenished the Leon, bounded North by the line of dec-arcafioa.

to but tfl; new posUje liw. .A Fretx-h aa C. Wri.piiu, Blottiaj, Envelyt. That the uJ defendant do appear aol ai '.'er sue ring the season, by new goods purchased by MrT1LLM cf Wakulla, an.1 East bv the St Marks River
Ei3fi tare, a.d *TI. dank jt:i... .,1: .: j-. '.- r (.r> j.irjt. .-:. c H. is provided with the best materials for the |I sad
<:opviaz, N-fce aal B.llet PJKTTTONFJIY b.l! trithin fo-'r n> vni'.s. r r tl.e sirae shall he taken I < AN, viho will remain North dunn; the known as part cf Fcrbes' Purchas-**
Tata Articles Cabinet
:medicine id ca'ing! tiiose t,: < 1 for coafes* d. ProruM, That due pubiicat be winter frr that We flatter rrslves.. .
: "n recommend 1i-e' are rfCummead by thefi- ''su-h as .tretanes, Lureau, Tables, Eed.-teads, purpose by A A. FISHFR.
Ic-ifl 4e..wr; *, \v.Pca aw See1 1 made '>f tl i* crdvr 11 on e t>r *parr printed in this itlty as the best thariic and airiest ziedicii.e i Chairs, i.c. ..tcin the neatest and rr.C'St perfect soch an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY Shff. and tx-tffiev Tai-Col L. C

', Stlrer P*= C'W Il %-.tb .i. t beet x.. j Circuit' ace a week fur lour ooa'hs sitcces velyI u**: In tine, the ra..iv v .ice of the CJflUfljt% tvle. He will .ii*<.' repair snv d'scrifticn of furciHe FOR CA>H, we shall be enabled to sell cheaper January, lS4. i7 Cn
Ieav'T'e& Ji-tV 4). Liek, Red. I IHteU Jith <>cT'jber. i41i than other e-stabhshinert ia the cifv. All
irtv- hem the deed irefcren-c, .-.J ir..n t.c.r d"- any
BI iea1 Cr*; } F.cycd Notiml i Trf.>MS DilUGL \ Juu/ c ..-n there is no sp"t U.Tht wcod! retain h.scrateful thanks to the citiztrsi per ons in wart of cl.jthing are respectfully invitee Tax Collector Notice.I .
Ia Sans M '/ xic>. mplainait's S'Ajiir. ant ureefr>rth*> ,elve. HAVE this
WiJtrs- itn ; & i j to call and examine m day levied upon the fdTiwirr lets
fuliwsrttu i- ir i.. M. I jac M TL. c as, vie;- Talltba-e for the h!>er-l ( tn>i.are he has al- cr
? inee Kitei. Wd..; ': IJ', t tu: Pt ai': .- : A true rr v frota the minute. ch3.2at \RKtSTILLMAN, tracts cf land: The Berth west half cf the ncrtb
: Taiit-c4 riis, AI4oma : read received,aid pc-ctfullv solicit a continuarcci
j. Rater*. H-i J. In-li Ru jer, K .cki J. S. MARION, Ckik. TALLjM.taA ; hunch Monroe street, next doer to Sin;; A. F1a.tg. i east quarter ar.d the north east half cf the pflrth
TaliaJeca
SPE.IM.S favors bek.d.res to sat'S-
Co., ) uf their i eive
Si2. Iii;, Cazd n* 4 Fuy. Lead Pe&eiU., j t! November 1 15. .-i'. 17 4nCIGARS. V.jb'Laa, Auj'Jst .7. ll' j j j| factiein to all who nav eive hini their orders bcth in Nov mr>er 1. I.-45. 15 tf westqmrter, Section twenty-one, Township tir e.

JjStletA SaLQ4. & I This is to eei.: : th-t I have been a2ict w.th price and quality ef his v crk Range three containiae one hundred ted SITTV Kin

JIlaCELLXEOUi BO1M5. sick heaiiche. dy'epsia. rd lirer complaint andCo5)TCflt5i Jarnry T lS-i'- M'CANTS & SPENCER j of land, mere cr less,and to b* sold before the Court
ffr *: art' cf Noire1 aiJ Staid.a .. 9 ( n A(1 PRINCIPE C1G.IRS cf the followinz -. for the last ei ht .r nine duna i house doer, in the town of Qnmcy. the first Men-
years :
;
U'oVSu.Wt1 *3s ipler.'i.d; i *>rtin n* of BtU i.Ynrti --U'JUJ choice brand?- which tioe I had takti, as wtll aj 1 recollect, ab J-JT i LEWIS & AMES. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. j day in July, 1545, for the County tax** due Gadsdea

B< OCl* ABai': i- 1 'J j-'c *3-u, C a-itantia, and IM Vapor sixty box.s of Deck i h's !M.s, twehe boxes of Ffter's ,i T l "ILL practice in the Courts cf the Middle Die.- 1 I County for the years 1543. 1 M4 and 15-45 andean.

CVITRY .*>, i j Havana.. Renha.j. Pill#, aid a s.-h .f boxes ot Champir-i/s PClLKKa I.N \ i tnct and the Court cf Appeaia.{ and in th 1 th- property of Mslccn Gil'hnst

.tJd'r3. Crrc", V/3 t 3octe. Fgaui.; !LtiiD.o ai La4.ta .3i&a. .'."> !haeruls.Jiut little or DO relief \tli-t, I was reconcended tt. Fla Sept ;1,1S44BOOKS. cNE' I Qtiincy, De r. 29, l45 24 Co- Tax CollectorAdministralor's

tie } i.ves, Razor'. 'i* I F, 5J T3ft.fli try Dr Spencer's Vztta")!* Pill,, itp WILL I DII* ToilM %irlitlti, Ptrfoinfr)"' if, Window Glau, I 1 _
FANCY GO ) Notice.
ID-J.S 1. f*Jr I nover had bit o'ie a'tacl. < f the ick heada'-J! FVINJEB BRISHC ANO coioastpoiheearics' ,
tott&. i, Per ar4 'silk Vei vtCard CaL j received and f .r saie brP after I commenced tskin? the Pills (nrw about six <;iass M'nrc, c.r1'lI.aise Tl-EBSTER'S DOMESTIC ECONOMY: an En- j SIX nr-nths after date, I will apply to the Honor-

'i t. i J era, L tie id Get1.met', S.JKoitn datae4. A. \YIVARD months,) and I Candidly "onfethat I have derived \ f cyclopedia, cemprisinz such -ibjects as are 1 Judge of Probates f>r Leon county for Utferj -
flair Hri.es Bru % il tad C tn'j Nweost.er !, < r cir.atauIt on hand, and 1-.; sole at the im'inediately connected with ,
: *s, : i mere real benefit ti'ii the uv. cf Speocer's Pi.i- most houiekeepice as I of d: nissicn as adnnistrater cf the estate oi

Ii.ashee, C .! Pea=.l-, S.1vr do.. CoLd Thjmbi* than fri all the otJer! Medi'tiics and Pills th<* I i -L Ir.iest market \nets. Edifices, Fcrmtu're, Servants, Food, ermetted Liquors Joshua Sills, late of said Ccanrv. derr'ased.

Slier &jiidt Buii.ti- i bt quhty of Needles::1 rash Advances.II have ever taken, JT! I would earnestly reccnmend '! JJre s, Carria s, Health, &c&c by Ths SOLOMON SILLS. Adn'r

3, )r: Il'n* 1 .e.ji:: Cosab. Ei eid6, them TO ALL. as *>eiis in the best ir.eti. _\L.in ture asrreat S art -*.. ; arfKi- for famuIuse. Webster, aid Mr*. Prkes with nearly I,C'Yi enrravin Febraarv 7, 154- 29 '!n*
4.,.' V.'if rPd, J.T IIiri-i2" B-2-r,, J. It. IQTLC i cite in use for ali In.rorirE my opinion The ?i4i Pves. < iives, Caper Micaroni, Vermiceila. s.
complaints *
2lii.4 a d i F;i ic d irn pvri fvr IViuijw Cir JTC ia rMc < i t 11 ali jnce on COTTON Con4ir.ed to11ANKL1N j have don rae e-a m'ih g od, that I won d n ut feel ( urrai.t Jelly, Oii.e Oil, Citron, Prunes, Alncnds, The Wandenr Jew, rriap'.eie in 2vcrs-frice : Ev BOOKS AC.rpOWNSEND'S .
tJ4I, PUF"." Can, JH'I and French Pobder. *.'. 1 F i. 1ILNDERSON. NeW Or- R willing to bv i1i.--t th *ai t-jt live dollars a box 1 arranged in ki 'oncai and,
} u't;, Gin L'& ThtrnaI I ?nd I cann< t but feel ery grateful to Dr Sn'-if I AV ORrMENT OF The Elements of Morality, including Polity, by {I J. chroEolcgical crder in 2 vcl,. cct,

rulers, Plijia V.tt.; ;'. Pmunz a1 Dr i iCag1t. OrIo'er 2. I ,rhavmz pr.-;.jrf-l such a valuable medicine, and f_ : Wn Whewell, M D. ; 2 vVl's. Sne-nrs ef Christ, by A Layman

CTr.T,!BV>'s Krt"r S rc"'. !!'j-'. G utar an 2 the di,trib ition r.f it isnfTntig a 'ery great liver The Journal ff the Temn Expeditioc azainstMie Yc-uatt cii the HcrseDt Lardner'lecture*.11 NjtTbier'i

io1ii ?5trs'; New Mac| lor Piae > a.d jutar. ix on the public, as -t is a thing of the utrao importance Growth of 1HI5.N r, bv Gen The*. J. Green. j life cf Nipclecn, 5 N -> ,

with asrsit reirt y cf ',thr gwlj t',o ounier wtaaea'io. ; .\\HflionceriVCoininission .Merchant, that erer. farnilv ,*n uld have a supply cl Dr.pencer'ftrjH v-mtwr .-. !' > i Durbin" Observations the Eas, 2 voi's I Tie Chair bearerCcpcr's list wrk..

I"tse Pills! rcn.tan'ly hand!. Narrative a Mission to Bokhara, by the Rev Dcn-chce, by Ciwles Lever,
O luRE fiuildinz on
ia 1lynarfa
;
,
BOOK JJI.VDIX! Jla r ce-ntiy occupied ,
I'SA' C M 5 Jcoeph Wolf, D D L L D j The challerce cf Earletta frcn the
THOM\ Italian
cf
': Me,., 'arr & : whritii5 besi-ervicet
bria-rli'J Biif k. Raled and Boa-id ,
t
ell r- I
iti .1 b xrnin mdci m the above !Iiri. (VJ- Price _'> !i i r },'' with full directions NEW NEVOLS, icAuth"rs D'Azesuo, Tbeobcld cr the Fanatic, b-v HernchtiJlinz
ait 'd D'pi re4.d L'J
dzr etaiy rtied, I March ii. \<* l'. <5 I lot salt in Tj.hi. s -.- >_ L vvn i. AMFS. i(>leII Dauzhter, by Miry H-witt The Visicnary, by Schiller,

.Aer.t' : Staiu; i. PL121.i'Tu%. rt(1l., : .1. L i iSai Only a Fiddler, Onh a Fiddlerard the Anthers DanshtT. Irv Mary
.?* for ilc Pest Cio.
CV/jt/ig price
a \0tlC. j sLL'TOOl -- -I .e : 'tid '.n The"Merchants Dai-hter, The Fnzht, The Expectant Hewitt, The White Bet. by Mr S C. Hall.
P. li.\YWARD.Cwrenbet _
A I--ui L U Ot NT'S
OIX fi't VEGETABLE TOOTH-ACHE
v.r: date I shall
present r y arrounts aIm t a.. iwn an t inaji-g in tP. St'i- | by Miss mlen Pickennz, Amiury.by Alex The Footer Erctter,edited by Leigh Hncf,
: !5. !S4. 17 O and .jacher' and ELlXlR a certain and immediate all
v apply to the Hon. Jude Pr cure in
< Ju'ift. Kmh cf the SealThree
i-i- 4 srn I LHir.v.: Asathonia, bv Mr. Gore Three Nizhts inahfetirn s Nigbt' ia a L.feti2e.
oate for JeSers iCiintv for cases >.owev'r severe rid ;. renel tew
letters of dismiision II ; in a very Tbe'Jesuits
edited C Lester
Groves of The Dauzhter by E
Only ,
Blarney
L' 7 : :: I IVEGrTABLI ,
-. as Executor of t'.e e.tate cf David Hart, late ef.aid minutrt. ana that to'>. itliout anv injury to the Mansfield! Park The Hoyi and Eutler Ccrrespcndence The White Slave, Maps cf Hcnda, Reek cf Law
WILLIAM u. BR-.K.KUXCROUGH i. AUGUSTCS County, deceased. i Teeth r iiums It f/sseTr tie pioperty ol enlivning Jtc Vc. Fcrc American Almanac 143, AH-Jtss Geld
,
t > ) F4 \\ A'CLL will practice iu parl- JAMES M HART, Evecut r the Guu.s wlun in a morbid state, and of re- Pens &c
Just received En Ann Eliza, and for sale bvP ,
fters1Th -y w.l auu.d the criu..ues of the Middle OctoV ;, 145._11_OmI.UV ; TCVLR AND AGUt; slotug a healthy aid, vigorous action by ?- A. HAY WARD." SCHOOL, BOOKS.
L>IITI t o! r'i-MTidt. Jaciooa al mVlm coun AND ANTl FEVERPILliS. (:3-: Price *< tents per phi*,. with foil fiireeti'>ns.
.NOTIf C. *1- -> Ta.lahas h. LEWIS Tallaha 'e. Dec. 13, I'-13. 21-tf Msrse's New Geo -aghy. Parley's Ne* Naticctl
ti'es, i t: .pLh&c.z Dirct. TLeco.awy olii r sate m & \MES. sole

: Thoti 4err.l. The Coat cfApj.eais d F1't.da. Atrents : SAMI EL PtELrsro Monticeilo: J LSM Gecgraphy, Acthcn's Hocer, Horace Cicerc, &c.Eulliens .

& the D.vrJ aid Ctiit C''rt'. of the L"uit J : W; W *LLWOOD, Qum< v. and tnav tao found on enquirv mi.r rrr. English arid Latin Grammars,

i'Ht! a' T1abassee. noUNEY AND COUNSELI.tiR A T LAW, RH i.'s t rcedir.e every ether medicine olTO. ;. f.i an the towns and tillages in the State Latin Reader, Latin Toter,.

t.:r.-d tr th. 1.ubi.- fsithe ire of Chills and June 14, 115 4""m Annuals for 1816.rpHE Ecerscn's Arithmetic, three parts

W.M H WCKERU.iTsee.: n-lthesev"Clulncy, florida.U'lLLaJ t. I'everi Whf-r..vi' n \ ) jv.ien u-cd they have Leaflets cf Memory, Nature's Gems, Eclectic Readers,three parts, Angells Series.

AUGL'Sl F MX V.KLL: Couitsf >i..lck F i.,. j in v n ''l. e1* n If L r.t '1&-"d- and urw uivreaiI X The Opal, Friendships Offenr.e, CcEistock's Philcsophy, GreenleaTs Anthcietjo

Ar-r.1 1..l n! 31 < aid of Dtcatur County GeorjriaJ I tisiac'ion 1 t. t.-tix-( ;!: < \ 'i every side COUGH: LOZENGESDK. R'e of Sharon, Boudoir Annual &.C. Just received and fcc sale by
*
.-- -------- .u r. ,. l-l 21K. January 17, 1545. 2C P A. HAYWARD.
olirr. thrr.uzhrut tvi. \-it r jiii'r\ -?ir< ni the Loo C **i\ j The May Flrwer. Fortret Me Net. Ladies Albun.

IJAIC.NAICO of ti.e we>-fer.i'.N !< t-' '' < (1T5 PII.VCE rf the Mos Rose. Christian s \rncai. The Amulet,
month alter date, tLe udersisd -will j r< Jr., HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES EW BOOKS Ac.
are nrv rapidlv ,
SIX j' tii.ii'4uiir'-tiere: a.i th< u,ands of witn ses to the The Jewel The Hyacinth.
nod yuct.ei, t' the Jude* tt l *:
) i acout. hi- friends and the
rublic other
I INFORM unnvalud eiLcarJ this! invaluab.e medicine It supercedme every preparation tn Scenes in the life of cur avior.hakspeare's JUST received per Brig Sampsca, Narrative cf Jh.
Pr'e ri 'VAtitt4 t o ir.tT. u Adrn.rati on thlor 4- his t ken fie t*' r<* on the cur the rtut oi tr.ijehs.r.nds. asMinia. whfopin crii h. to the Mcuniaicj
; 'generally the hill I'd Rocky and t Ore.
cure : Fever the first thy, Gems, Fairy Land. :
.itate f M C. R .t<;i{ '>rt, ted 32lb letter CliCi'ici i .-r Mrre aid Two H ndred Foot I tizhtne fOf the chest tandall
j and de ret sicken the *t: mach cr produce any d srf -' pulmonary complaint Enzlish and American Prayer Bocks, Bibles and gun and Ncrth Calttcrnia in 1S43 acd 4, by Capt. J.
( Iroia tfte ud *! <* S t nt'arh o'prif> the C'urt H-jnsf j lading to arid death l
1 are.abc nvati.in in thr.y'teri.. (*etinate con-nuiptiiin Miscellanies, splendid bindmzs, lc, &c.T.y C. Fremont, price 3'i ct,.
J HIV P HUXGERFORD I '
I2J v b-- ('.i.flt i a ntral Pr-re > -,- -,...jr
-- c rrtrnent 'fjT < :it. \. with full dire.-fioni The Crescent and the Crrss
Eliot
CHILLS Warburtcn
and FFXLft by
when other
POCKS for chiltren. Also. of almost ,
In rizut 'I h'f A iff, M. A. HoneerfTd r 1iIt (.' AND MKDICINE: <. rreparatirn F.r-d.. Toys
Every ttx.ntion iu T'ahas-e. Vn LHU- AME .
sole Esq.. Illustrated edition cf the
,; ha'; fajd! have viePted at oiiA to a few d'-crs ofHull's I catty de.cnptir>n suitable for presents for children Pilerim's Progress,
3. I-l. 2i Cm -J to ofj'- of and A-- >,
r
Phy Plaiteis J L
pai ciar. in V"i x \LLWOOD. Tapper's Proverbial
I in Philosophy"a
| Pills, with'Xit anv fis1r..itien| ef a re'urn tcr Christmas and New Year Fcrs- !ebv book of ticugbts
Ail articles w jrr A fed gc.cd ualitv lotcff-r h.He M.nn.! 10. 'i s'iPTL PEI LESTON.
and and
lr. JXO. GAMBLE Jr.. ea 1 They repute no p nlin.r-it is unwr>rt) v cf thTi ma Dec. n, isr 21 P HAYWARP. arguments cnginally treated,
: hw jus*. r<--i< erl a ipplof; MiFRMAN'SWORM : The Med-ol Farc-ii'y a- .,?..sr.. v rb.-L' th -in ss nh oe Ii ut.t kren,:raj .v in thestore )hr 'ijh'jf tb- 'ta't. Illustrated edition cf Vicar of Wakefield,
rFIRsh Prif* sional Senices tothec ierscf 01:GH CAMPHOR
p
aid CATHARTIC Dante' Poetical Work
unexampled 'iccr-< t only n C-4i11.un'I Per(' IILLL SORM On Consignment.i *, translated by H. T- City
1 ail hi ar.d
e its vicinity LOZENGES vaiua5e! aitie-s! and the most a ree-i The of
Philosophy
bu Mystery, by
j in f.-versof ail typt-ii, stradf and charater, n s scorisid.r r1I i CASK Suear cured Tea Dendy,
Nor t. m3 17 tfTo able form of administering medicines. 1 Hams.Suzar. Rice, Holmes* life ot Mczart
I tltrather -. tjfe ars 1 hjru<2r s yctti. I L ( audio, Mackarel Loaf Suzar Flour ,
SHUCIAN'S IVjoR MAN'S PLSTERs, the *LOZENGESHie Soap, Arnold Rugby School Sermons
; % 3 cheapest ati'l bt | las'-r ever cfii-re-d to the public most certain and n ir.j.t P.s't.ije that can j.'cibly ( hei.se. Crackers, Vineeir, Mu-tard, Pepper Parker's aids to English ,Jticr

ATTORNEY AND COtJNEl.tJR'AT LAW. tor Rheumatism, i'ainin the Hack, Side,*nd be administered in the reiiediat management Jf Syice,Ginger,Nutmegs,Dried Apples and Peaches, Chances and cccpc ,
&c. flakI|I Fevers j-cculiar to this country. Full directions lorti pr.iciI l in ruore than iSoleases infallible. It Maccaroni, Butter and Onions, for sale bv Changes, cr Life as it Is,by Charles
Ilamlltoii Florida ness, |
Ja1r. County, Burdett Rural
] 'e -companv each box. Price One Dollar. I- estimated that 1OO.OOO children d-e annually Economy, by Boussinehaolt,
Novels txr 2!, l'.lj. l' Also. DR. FOLGER'S OLOONIAN ALL- December n. 1M5. 21 R. H EERRY Bock of Colonies
er For sale! I the bj John Frost
in Tallahassee! by LEWI, i, AME,, sole from the e"erls ot worms alone Parents cannot be ,
HF.L1NG DAI
d % 1'or *ai; -.-Tivo MM; iiLGGiL*, XM.ininv.lujblcartirleforColcL., :% CLt inQumcy.J. L MALLWOOD: mMont.crllr,, too particular to ob erempionis, and admini teraf Book of Good Examples, by John Frcs .
iib ![ iur Cash it Northern Gvu.h.. Attl rij, Meedinz! at the Lungs, Con ompfif S.s.irvt. P1FLCSTOv "Notice. The book cf Christmas, by Thomas K
an>Lto, and nay fe found on enrjiurvnrraiiv a T.d effectual worm-de>tro>inc medicine, be- Herver.
r. aid it' kinlr-r! ds.s-i. Paiphl,, containing 4t all ti- su-ri-* tl.ron.1. ut tht tate.Jui.e tor the little ,ut>rtrs are harried to a premature SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hen Elmer Wylhs, edited by J. G. Crepe,

CLARK A. rLLM\N: certijcale irr in persons in high h standir.s. rs.ctin 14, 1-l-5. 47 rn .rate. Nothing will be found more elFettual than of Probate cf Jefferson County, frr letters The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heiress, by

4 ruvnt er 1. 1 4 ,. 15 2 it* 5 aUa>/; elX-cU, can be Lad gratis, by ap- these Loztf.. which are ai pleasant to the taste cf dismission as Executor of the estate cf Elizabeth Miss Pickering,

i.sr.z a; HOW TO GET HEALTH. 1 a< (.. Ii-i : children will cry for them and eat then Jones, late cf slid County, deceased. Ascamo, or the Sculptor's Apprentice, bf A. Dumas
Dr. Hull's Pulmonary Rastiii, Tel1ahas. .lanwr.; 10, ISFL if with avidity. RICHARD TAYLOR Love and Mesrnen,by Horace Smith,

Fin Coti Jt'. Cold .1,1.1 rne,. Croup, fronetiiluf, I rniIOl AND"* >A |;trns roi.rmue to cure thetnj Jefferson The illustrated hi to' cf Palestine '
.\olicc. i iMX j vlves of Cold". tou/hs. Headaches Rheumatic 1 A fre-li ipply just recent d and for sale la this County, Dec. 20, 15-45. 02 6m y ,by Jno. Kitto,
1iyi ninths d.te
atrr the ur.d a ly : Ccsttvtness. Inf
in Lle cites | | uenza -
Saicnttt Paint !
Spitting cf the
c-f Mysteries Backwocels
O to the Honrrabl Janes i A No for ale in Q'Jincy bv J. L SMALLWOOD. and bv T. B. Thorpe. ,ta-
: E Bocmc, J'id.'eolPiobale.cf and the host oi thf-ie indications of the b M. D. PAPY
of EIu*.!. Con.auntpliGn, LhffictJlyof / <-dy by \MUEL PUELESTON. Monticello. thor of Torn Owen,
Lon cointy, for letferscfdi mirion frcrn of the blood bem.r 4e. A Winter
ErcalMng, ffc. Gift for L&dies
June 1-1. 1-40. 4ti being instructions
Cm ra
: the |
e-.tateof F. Urant decei MF n.mz Bian'irftfi'f ffettalitf L'nirtrtnl Fill, I Iso Needle-work
TpHI5 'rtu ie Lai lonz listen held iu high estim wuNKIn.I. : ) Ions as r-l d-> ------ IT TILL Practice in all the Courts the Middle ,
any svmptom ranymcnt THE PATENT in
in
GALVANIC
or- RINGS
j;
Ji. ticn torthe ire of di ra Mof the breast ar.J Aun'r .'. any Fleming Field, Nich Bigelow, The Orange Girl
(
C VINGERHOET-5, 5 san remain. O'ten.! by adopting this rourse. which '! VF Circuit. Office en the first floor ef the Capitol
.d i*olfered ta the paUic a remedy d-* erin And Cristic's ?IaRiiclic Filth of Venice, The West Point Cadet,
lung, v .
t Januiry 10, 25 1rerisnre has South
t nrovtd arcc rdn? lo Xaturr-. it h..r. I wing, room formerly occupied by the
? a trial bv all who a-e thus atfitcted. nplIIS remarkable discovery ha. received the Love and Murder, Durbin's Obserraticas in the
merely a -,istmg leE r, have !na nv in a few days lxen amJL Secretary of the Territory.
Particular directions each If tile cf the I'or J alr.AXVELL East, Clark's Caesar, Plavfairt Euclid,
cereal
accotnpaiy approbation of the Medical Profession
ol November
restored to health,w ho. but foi Krandreth's Pi'lls.fcad j 15, 1545. 17
medici- Pri'-* 00 cents selectc-d Mis.cllan-o's Library cf ih- ben sick for months. Thc vlue of this medicine Great Lritain and has ii'w been sutlciently long before Noye's Penmanship. New Music, Paper; Win

r SId in Tallihos e. Florida, by sj>pred Enzlish) editions of standard is beyond the Amencan public to pive a fair test of its dow Curtains, House Paper and Borders, ie, SLC.
price. Notice.SIX .
: LEWIS & A'MCS, Dru.rits. tvrk. consistin; of about one thcusjn soi'irrics.! UHENTHE; I500Y IS sCniICT; TO MANY power and elf.cacy. The Patent Galvanic Rings have For sale by P A. HAYWARD.

: fleerntr6.1l. __20 ____ For i) rucuir! api>!y to thting'*, tt requires ,,i#ditine. been found to answer all the purposes for which the months after date, I shall present my accounts Januarv24,1536. 27

i Samuel IV. earmark, Samuel II. Meptiriis Joe. F. RYTHE'.VOOD.January Sudden chanef (rot., very hot, to chilly '.sesthii. ordinary Galvanic Batters or Electric and Magnetic vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate for' -

and J. Witylr* linker, ll' IsJO i:5: Ocilla, JeferM-! County.. ,re unfavorable to hea'th and it is a f.t universal Machines are used but are without any of the injurious Jefferson County, and then apply for letters of dis- Notice.SIX .
_I mission as Administrator of the several estates of months alter date I
ihvrkt which the shall apply to the Hon
admitted that heat bv
and inmiture I I Iin accompany applications
t ATTORNEYS AND NSELLORS! VT LW, police. prod-JemsrW-, and that contart are powerful dry andcoitant agents these in-truments, and in many other respects aremore George Ritchie,George Smith, Silas Krupp and John of Probate for Jefferson County for letters

I HAVE: for'ned a iwtnerslifp in the rrartice of QIX months after date, I stull apply to the lion w.l weather are both favorable to its trintration mfe and eertatn in acccmphshing the desired Ackley ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. dismission Administrator of Edmund Gray lt.
r aid will g.vc th ir j j-.ini attention to !bis.ness ..Sjcct December 6, IS 15. 20 Cm of said County, deceased.
I 1 hid;e of Probate in ar.1 l for Jefferson County fur it does not -ieTiifs i what we call it : it mav be
: c' Inters of be bill n with
ijismisijon a Kxetit of John Moore, ague: it may us f ocr ; it may be yellow fever perfect
-, aid in fie Co-iitie* ot licks .n. and Franklin of the Ute ff si4 o.Uiitv, d eased. ; it may be Hysntarv it may be rheumatism it succeSs m a1 cases of Rheumatism,acute or chronic, Wakulln CountyTAX.COLLECTOR'S JetTerscn County, January 10, IS-IC. 25 Cm

; I Western Cir int. oitii. B.
L g to re i-le at Q i.ncy. SAMITL %V. CHMCK Jeff r on C 'int>. J --1 W U. Krn" 1'pttiha.'e! (lPif the Srk 1 Ti authority in me by law,
aad J. vri.t ti\Aftf. Tnrlirf-cf inn Par* Ticia T1 Tm_ BY Type Foundry Sf Printer FumitJuns irii rari.
the stomach it tx anervo<
; may rction l-ut still
; I have this day levied
Ii firm will s, en J a part t.z hk time at -i1ii-jjt! have
I disean and disPAW"
it is a a curable bv the 1'randrtth Apopley. public sale, in front of the Court House opened a new Type FemnJi -
ai wijt attsnJ tai... OTT/I .icatiow dirccti-d to months after date, I )lnll prevnt to the lion Pills, b'-cau'wr tcv: ninove all impuiiltos from tie Stitlneol Joints, Lumbago, Spinal Complaint of Wakulla, State cf Florida m the county dry in the city rl New York, where they are

; : s that place : of Probate (.,r J' n.-rw.n County my fin* b<.dy, all that can m anv manner ford the further *, Neurdlcia, (Jentrrtl; Debility, Dtficiencv clNtrvu ready to supply orders to any extent, fcr any kicd of

t. I fleeeti.her2ti.i.( 22Apalurliir.olu :-r&uit aid vo'U'heis as Adinmutrjtor "of Fr nri progress .,f the maLdv no rmttrr how tailed: thus Entrirv and all Nervous Disorders Their On the first Monday in August next, job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper Cases, Galleys Bras

': I.ancl ( OIlIl) III) <*a..t, late tjf said Cointv, df-ceaw'd; and hall then these pill are n-.1 -tiIy tt! e ino-t proper medicine, extra'rdmarv efltct upon the sy"tem must be vritrtised between the usual hours, the following: pieces o Rule, Steel column do, Composing Sticks, Chasei.

,-s.2v 1. forltlr of dioii*,ionas such Administratrr but en.Tally the only trii-dicine that need or ought( f tit be believed, and as a certainprttentitr for parcels of lands, viz : and every article necessary for a Printing Office.
I 1 LL persons ar l.ertl y wanicJ not it lr *; <>, STEVENS fRt{ DOERS. be used. the preceding complaints they are equally to be re Lot number S. containing 474 acres,and know The Type, which ire cast in new moulds, from in
JTl. to 0ijVc u;t of, rr ebrronit waste in an'
I S f nor unlawful Jef rs in Count r, Januarv 10, 1816. 25 Om TO THO! WIIOxF <)Crp\lION C TENDS commended. The Galvanic Rings are in eserv say the River Survey, according to the original entire nw set of matrixes, with deep counters
nnincr, nn thi !la*;<1, of the Apalarhtc'la surrey ir
i Land (Vnopany wh. *h havi not beni rczuljily *i s- : otice. TO PRODUCE Oil AGt.RVTE; ; DISE.\ ?E Tiiis cla of ir.divJii'N! nunnrous. They Macnctic Fluid is usid in 42 43 44 51 52. 53 at to suit the time
are CO. 61, 62, C 60 70 79 prices
,
,
$- posed A by us, cr -
present m> accounts King, tw render their
tho who work u.heis1tti efficient Presses
< Printing furnish
o in an
SIX atmosphere. Print so, 61, containing each SCO) acre, and known and and also Steam Engines
a the p*..ally ol tl.< law will t b *tr4'1l'
ich
the Hon.
ro' to Judre of Probjle action certain and to direct the
rs ol Galvanic
workmen ffsitr-f influence
I all 'ffen1rriApplica1I.fl ers, in *'rre strin riMrrrs.Hak,r.. described by said numbers according to the original of the most approved patterns.
-- I enforced against Leon County and anpl* for letters of dismiMon to particular which affected.
a< white kad rnanulzcturer. !ire all inorf ..r !lees suhirrttorfisr parts are made by Asa Hartfield. All Composition Rollers cast for Printers
.tirvey Surveyer
the
n mvii. ior p irciias, U-**< i rr iiminitrat'.r! of the of Jarns cf the
late Simmon A ahove
late suisily invaluable
articles
i accordmsr to thir | A mecMmst
e rrmth con-titution. I ITlic just received above described lots of land situated constantly in attendance
F nrrli d cf lying and being to
otberwi fir ti. v fu.tsof repair
; p.rtic.ns or ol slid count. ilr<-'<-J. only method t-s prevent dia. the .. ami for( a-die b> BARNARD, Jr, Agent for and do
H .rraj.njiie in the county of Wakulla, the presses light wcrk.
aid b the on west side cf
i U.nds io in counties of Wakolh
&id 1 lyme
s SILA I>. Cri his
.. at and
AI.LFN 'ti< Drug Medicine
rf nrrlir-ine which V,-tris t. Store, Monroe St. Editors
a frrii
t Lon, G-wM *nd Franklin, and| know as. >i th rirr,14. I the Wakulla River being ape rtion of what is known cf Newspaper, who will buy three times
14 l"-6 :Vt
iebriiary MiJYotirr. ti'jri ill di-lftt-riIiiS) humor, and rxpl them by the Pamphlets, respecting the above, can as Forbe1 Purchase and levied as the as much type M their bills amount to, the
the** Fr>rbes rarrhjis*. to otir d'tly 'ithru.dI nl.Mr be had upon property may give
.
bowels Tonics in anv form are injurious| a. thv on pl'cation; gratis of the Apalachicola Land Com and above six months' insertion in their and send
J Mr E. Brrr>ri mfhe vicinit) of Q'lin'-v. ; January JO lS4ft. 25 any, will be sold papers,
t_ JOSEPH DKLAFlrLD only put of) the evil day to make it more fatl The 2m to satisfy their State and County Tax bribe county their papers containing it to the subscribers.

_ LiWIS: CURTIS SIX montFs' after. date, I shall apply to the Hon. ii'e of Rrandreth Pils will insure health, because Adiiiinislrator's Notice of Wakulla for the year 1545. COCKROFT &. OVEREND, 6S Ann sC X. Y.
,
of rr !bt for JePrr
!' < for letters
on county he\ take all matters out of the
Trutl'fi of ltf .4/iplachirvIa Land Co impure blood, and months after date I shall AHIJAII HALL February 21, IMS. 31 6m
of dij-nis-oon the Admiri present ,
r a< tratr>r rf Jacr Carter, the body i' not weakened hut lnsthened SIX my accounts
their Shff and
1" l Jfi. bv voucher and make rx officio Tax Col., Wakulla Co.
Ja-uiry late of *ai>l mnt\ ,d -< < as - I. operation for these Tahuble Pills!! do not LAW
force, but of Probate of Leon County for letters of January 22, [24] IS-J6. 27 Cm NOTICE.
JOHN dismission
Aolicc. FREEMAN hey assist nature, and are not opposed, but harmonf
--I Jtt'i-Twin Couatv, February 7, J 11i. f.m '_" with her as Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew Es- npHE undersigned have united in the practice of
uAdtrwKned. dlv nutlonarert of the lick Administrator's Notice. JL Law. They will attend
q1HF deceased, of said Count vJOHN. the several Courts ol
t Trustees of the ArI rhicola Land Company, A'ollcr. A fresh supply LEWIS|j.i.t receir&. AMES and for sale bv MYRICK, Adm'r ALL persons indebted lo the estate of John Saun- Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida

is prepared to tell cr tnt such j ortion* and tracts month after date, I shall apply t the Juds ole fr, DrnrRi-fj. J !
Tallahassee.Alo
Agents >r .
within the Forl-es Piirrhasc, as have not beenrezulalj SIX notified to make immediate Western Circuit Also the District
j ,: Of ian L; dispewed of by said Lind Company Per as dmni trator of Norrcin Ilich.late of by ZO. M. Mcintosh, Madison C. H; Holmes Adtninistratorf Aolice. ; and all persons having claims against said United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Sirreme

I jonal interviews miy be had with the subscriber atp l said County, derrasrd. Jl'LIUS HIGH.!! k Dexter, Mineral Jpnnzs, East Honda; Ross* ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Havis, estate, will present them for settlement within the Court of the State of Fiond

)) I or in the nfJzhborh of Qiiincy, or letters may he ieff.'rnn Conifv Jantnrr 10. I'4tI. 'i'. <5rnTlios. Prezvant. Lancaster C. II G. L. Brown Newnans- ,late of Leon county will make imroedute time prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead THOMAS RANDALL
r & directed to him. through tho Test Offices, at that vile, and B Wilson, Garcy' Perry, East Florida ; payment ; and all those who have claims or demands in bar of their recovery. THOMAS H. HAGNER,

I olac. ud TJ.lltUWrC. Jrff. Heir, Quincy ; -Mount Vernon. will present them f'.r settlement, to LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Adm'r. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.

: ; JAMES C. BETTN'ER, JKentof ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Odoberll,1S-l.S 12 2m WILLIAM N HAVIS. JafKiarv 17, 18-16. 26 2m Tallahassee, February 21, 15-16. 31

Ii Ac Truttett of ths.ip&lachicola Lead CoJinavr Administrator bonu
t non.
- it: ; 10. 1S44. 25 ly WILL continue Courtsol to practice JTer in the Superior and R. H. BERRY &, Co. January 31, IS iO. 35 off Notice.SIX Notice.
on County, and in the months after
i j Sea Island Cotton Seed. Superior Court*of the Middle District,and the Connfycf THE undersigned have this day formed a Co-part IVoIlco.OIX and vouchers date I shall present my final ac SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac
to the
under the above for Hon. Judge of Pro and vouchers to the Hon.
Columbia the Eastern Dfrtrict. name, the tran Judge of Probate
fttst qntl.ty.of the months after date, I will bate in and for the
BUSHELS aboviui
apply to the Probate County of
JePerson. and and for the
miwion of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS apply in County of Jefferson and then apply
Residence at ,
MontiMK
Jefferson Ccuntr.
All O J'ifLe of Gadsden for
rccwre*! and f''r sale by County, for discharge from a discharge as Administrator de
bonu
R. II non of the for a discharge as Administrator of the of
frisine5 entrusted with hin BERRY estate
4 H.. H FERKT A r
_ ; r- .Ianfl17 :lt. November 1 ln.IM] 1 ll5 1 it dec.sscd.! LV.. SPRTT t.itg. lt'DTs. SOLOMON'EMATHERS
JariiarTl7l10 2'> 'm Jffors.n !>nntr, Jan'mry 17, I'-p. 26 JetVr
m on County, Feb 21. lSI. 31 6mtn