The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: March 28, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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LABOR conduct-at one DJmea sportive an gay ;
ot another, dismal
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CARO14XE T OXE is October.

who at the anvil toil, The cletentli is
lift J" and cheerier
And strike the sounding blow, JTFIIE.FLORIDiAN. frigid and cold in unholitatJlt manner Her name;

VVTiere from the burning iron's bret i. November.The .

The paiks t fly, to and fro twelfth I* 1 miserable* and thrive I Jed

While answering to the hammer ring, I creature ; dressed in fun, and slipping at cv.

And fire'i intenler clow- : ; ery step. Her name is It' r.

Oh.while ye feel 'tis bard to toil ) ) ] 3G. ",

And sweat the long day thro'igh. -- .. .. ---- TiE WIND.
it i. harder still fly PH'I tA. ,
Kemember To have no work to do. You eat too much," says he. I A TALK wirti YOCKG :\hx.-Undcr: WAR SPEfULVnONSBY I h the powers,' said he, .1 was near afther A chilli once said to its father, as it f-I thoplay '

441 tell)) JeT I didn't," screamed I, I know this heading the :N. 1. Tribune has some THE KKNOWVEDBILLY GREr.'i. Iltin') it un this imrnin.' of tht- morning breeze through in wa.

Ho,ye who till the stubborn soil what's a'nuf and what's too much without I sound and logical remarks, a portion of which I I __. __ ring ringlets! Fatht.htT dues the wind

Whose hard hands guide the plough.Who a .kin' you, and if you don't leave off snick- we extract for the benefit of that class of our The early' history of Billy Vite wrapped in ; Precedence. Kentuckian claiming /'re- come from ', 1. 'lJ'

bend beneath the ucthers' sun. erin' I'll spile your face." readers, to whom they are particularly: direc. obscurity. He was once heard to say that he | cedence of a Count.-We were yesterday .From heaven,*' said the flitirer.Ii "
had faint recollection of
With burning cheek and brow- lIe cottoned right down and said he didn't ted. Read ; a his mother, but as j 4 shown a letter from a young gentleman And where does it go to ?" .

Ye deem the curse still clings to earth mean any hurt, and asked me if I hadn't bet. It is a common and most ruinous presumption to her name and condition he was entirely ig.." native of Kentucky, who is now in Rome- I goes back to heaven, again, my chiLl, '.

From olden time till nnw. ter take fcome gin. I told him I would. So that simple Industry! never leads to Competpnce norant. At a'eorJ early age, the name of the Eternal City-to his friends in this State. and again to the earth return. It i.s the breath .
bestowed .
Put while je feel 'tis hard to toil I took! a puny good horn and left the shop. and that wealth is nece'arily the Billy was !drab on and by gaiters a charitable individual I He gives a graphic description of his journ. of the Great Spirit benificence, from whom ,
: in a coat who
And labor all day through, "Artrr I got out." continued Cthan: *4I felt product of trade, and generally of (fraud or :gave I py from Pars thither, and recites one amusing tre receive all happiness joy. Changing .
p him for his horse. The
two cents holding
Remember it is harder still l helter 'tor a minit or so. !but I hadn't gone fur crime. The young mechanic or artisan;: Kays I incident; tr'el, which is worth transcribing.He .eanl are ordained to make the earth ,:

To have no work to do. afore the gripes took me agin', so I went into 44 0, it is no use for me to trto sav anything persons by whom Billy was brought; -no. I states that in the boat in which lie travelled happy and beautiful for u!, and then we ant

another shop and took some more gin ; then I out of my five or ten dollar:a week in the city draggtd M/>, were extremely fond of op': osites. I en the Rhone, from Lyons to Avingon, he breathed upon as is most conducive to our good. :
who plough the sta's blue field- and account of his being distinguished t.r!
Ho >e sot down on the State house Rteps and thereI or my ten or twenty dollars a month ((1Je. on I was half famished with cold, and nearly whole Have you not sometimpf wished it would be ;

Who ride the restle-s ware- I sot and sot, but didn't feel a darned mite bet sidt'b hoard) in the country, as the case maybe his very dirty fire, in the course oftill1 Whit-: starved with hunger. He tried bribe to the always summer '

Beneath: whose gallant vessel's keel ter. I begun to think I was :going to kick -nobody ever got rich in that wnNow became the apK'iKli\| of Hi '. The slli.tJin ; I cook, and entreaty with the captain-but Yes, father." .jt

There lies a yawning grave. the bucket, and then I thought of father and it is quite true that a colossal fortune was nev. which he moved at this interesting period j I neither availed him in obtaining a dinner. ** Then you must see that the Ruler of the ,t i !(

Around whose bark the wintry wind mother an' of old Spanker-that's father' er realized from the savings of simple! and was entirely to his liking: ; and }between the j After pacing the deck for some time mentally seasons knows better than \yourself what is .J

'Like fiends of fury rare- hos*-and when I thought that I should never I straight forward labor, and probably never four rag e.d sons of his neighbors several 1 calling anathemas on the heads of all French. best for you, a your own wishes incon- ':
and the usual wer
Oh while je feel 'tis hard to toil see Vin agin' I fairly blubbered. Hut then I will.-But it is a great mistake to suppose! thata mangey dogs complem-nt! of I men in general, and the surly boat.captain in sistent." i, 1:

And labor< long hour through.' happened to look up an' see a dozen boys prin- competence may not (by most! inn) !lit' realized pits, he managed to while awav his hour. in particular, whose passenger he was, he buried 44Yes, father; I see now."

Remember( it u harder !It ill nin' and larfin' at me, I tell yer what, it riz from naked down right labor or that delightful! manner.: But alas happi. down to the cabin for the.purpose of getting a The wind, my dear son-the far.roaming

To hate no work to do. J my dander-that had got down below ncro- men are not constantly doing this. All around I ness is not eternal, and ambition is sure to destroy I' s-par and puffing it, instead of blowing up the ipirit of the wide universe-is ever near un i

ho. all who, labor-all who strive! rite up again. I sprung at 'em like a wild Boston, Lowell, and almost every city' are the I innocence. Billy iieing requested by a captain. There, to his astonishment, and not and hovering over us. It kisses the sick man's

}e wield a loft} power; cat, hollcrin out that I'd I ''hal their tarnal the comfortable dwellings of mechanics neighbor to get sixpence worth to make of rum remark at thejrrnct'rv I without exciting his envy, bp found a tallow- temple: and the suffering invalid lifts up his :\

Do with .tour might do with your ctreneth- gizzirdsout, an' the way the little devils !scampered who commenced without a dollar, and never I .fi'r'which oppo..ite'entured he much I a fac'r 1 Russian Count-Count Orlof-discuss. eye in hope. It plays with the brathin of

Fill every golden hour; was a caution to nobody. Hut after the made a good bargain in their lives, but ham was applauded by a gentlemau inp : very fine dinner, the obsequious captain the; sinless infant, and weaves upon : i.
with red face who Bacchus-like
The glorious privilege TO ro 'citement of the race was over, I felt wus agin, bought a lot, built a house, and now live independently sat beer a very barrel. .This, individual ., Manning behind his chair, apparently honored dimpled cheek. It i II the essence of life and
on a predicted
Is man' most noble dower as I couldn't help groaniu'an' &creechin' as I thereon, on the savings often or that that 'cre would be somthin, if. with being permitted to act as his waiter. I breath, and you my boy, are inhaling it.-
boy "
Oh to your birthright and yourselves. went along. twenty jears of honest labor. Say: if you he could only pit a prpl'r trainin'." !I hI thought, said the young Kentuckian, I i I You know you did not makt it, yet you feel ;

To tour own souls be true! At last I thought I'd go to the theatre, but please that they ought to have received and Delicious moment Billy heard him I afore I there the laid the time and shall: and could speak a little broken |I without it would fall down and .
A weary, wretched life, is theirs got gripes jrot so strong that up still more in we praised for the first tiuiQ in his awl j that Englsh- you expire; I
t I had )behind ,I lilt t timIuhtyou had told me that not I then where does the wind from .
Vho have no work to do. to go a meetin' house and lay not contradict you; we are as strenuous ac you you come eon ?
_ _ too I by a man who dared to be familiar with so irish with dinner!" I 1
-t i down and holler. Arter a while I got up and can be in asserting that labor can be and I your passengers From heaven, father.
x SPEAK GENTLY went into a chop and cat a half dollar's wuth should be secured a fuller! reward. But do august a p-r:onag! as the keeper of the grocery I "j'ardanne, monsieur ; dis be not one ebery I .Yes, from heaven, and it comes to bless ',

Speak gentlj'-it is better fa of biled isters with four pickled cowcumbcrs, not cling to the fatal mistake that industry i > I The pleasurable excitement was soinlell'c hOly passenger : he be one gran' Russian the rarth. Were there no wind, my son,this f!

To rule by love than fear- and wound up w'ith a glass! of hrand.,'. Then I never prospered. I the that for he: spil.-d he hall'the rum whacked in crowing I Cuu n t.", . .. beautiful world woud! b a stagnant waste, .

Speak gentU'-let no hard words mar I went into the theatre and seed the plays, but 4Look buck over the career of nine-tenth 5tn'c got most I .And what! the 1 he he 7 said the I and yon arched sky, now so magnificently, a. '

The good we might do here' I felt M) tarnally that I couldn't see any fun in of the rich men among us., and you will find soundly! ; but whack and liJ, were familiar I.I tuckian, who was a.ardent as a Western Kcn'l,I domed by the rising sun, change to '
friends kicks.
Speak gently !-Love doth whisper low, 'em, fur I don't think the islets and the cow- they commenced life as poor men, and laid the mJllitlc '\en. Day after day Billy loitered: in the vicinity of ..
,: The vows that true hearts biud; cumbers did me any good. I sot down, laid I foundations of their fortunes:: by' saving: a portion j the and sometimes the owner employed Kentuckian : I'd like to know which you I Does the wind whisper, father ?" j jI

And gently Friendship's accents flow; down, an' stood up, but still it went on gripe, of the beauty proceeds of their daily toil. grocery arrand." This should rank higher 1"'laTlnnr I I "Yes, child ; you may learn to converse '. .
Afiec on'i land. gripe. I groaned all the time, and once in a Afterwards they were enabled to arCllmllatl'I'wltertJ to run a constantly !I4 monsieur," said the captain- with it, and it shall tell you of its errand to the i
voice is him in the of the ..
brought society man
while I was oblerged to screech kinder ea"y.Every more rapidly by the help of that they I Y 01 a -what ?-dat be title of one I earth. Pause wl'f the lonely airs are call- !
Speak gently to the little child stared at had but with little 4 with the red fi.ce, who stcml,1 to be part ofj nobleman Anglai! eh ing stilly music from leaf and bow in summer
body me an somebody called acquired, they began savings
Its love be sure to gain ; outturn him out !" once or tw ice. Hut at and could never have succeeded otherwise.We .- jf the fixtures of til shop, and who gradually as- j .Xu," said the r'I I evenlims, watch as the stars peep frtb. and }3

Teach it in accents soft and mild : last just as the niger; Orthello was going to are not holding up these men as models suiiied a sort jf paternal control liver Billy i is the till.of an sovereign the winds shall whisper to your hea. *
It may not long remain. and his at ir'S.' From his Lands, (JIl tiI.\! I .Ah," said the little French captain, shrugpinp I, ;
put the piller on his i wife's face to smother her (for imitation-we regard the ambition to heap} : ten.
SpeA gently to the young, for they there cum such a twinge; through me, that I up riches as gixnelling and despicable.! Hut 'i morning, Billy,received the first sup of 1.1:1 up his shoulJers and bowing down his i, Paes the wind howl, father ?" j
J face and the with which he ,
Will have enough to bt-ar- really thought I was bustin'tip.: an' I celled few men can be truly independent or greatly I i asc swaiiowlJ t i head-"ah, cxcusz, monsieur-pardonne. Ij I's's, boy, and then it tells the grandeur J

Pass through this life as best they may out, Oh dear oh scissors !.' so loud that the I useful' without some property, and no man can it proved that he hal: b!en, to the manner did not know you be one gran' nobleman : and might of the Omnipotence. If you have ,1

'Tis full of anxious care uld theatre rung agin. Such: a row you never innocently take upon himself! the repon! ..,il 11-1" born. Day by day' his pa< ion for it increas I but now I pet you dinner, tOll C suite:" and in learned to joy in its balmy breathing .you must '
I' t'd, until at last Billy, mounted on a keg, became due time the dinner was brought-to which, know the strength and glory of the wind. ''
seed : the nigger dropped the piller and Dcuteronomv ilies of a husband and father without striiing j I IFor great .
Speak gently to the aged one one of the chief ornaments: of the blOp.! with the addition ota bottle hock wonderful ? Even this ,
Is it in-
-or what you call her there-his to provide for those who have a right to expect sparkling I not my son as |
Grieve not the care-worn heart I he was the juvenile oracle of the I ..
wife,jumped off the bed and run, whS! every 1 of him a subsistence. The young man who i years the young Kentuckian did ample justice. leSs flint rivulet beneath us (upon which that danc-

The sands of life are nearly! run. body in the theatre was all up in a muss, some I sates nothing out of his weekly or monthly i, tillage, and he outstripped al of his companions he has ne\'r known so agreeble an I ing sun beam ha just alighted piercing thleafy ) *
Let such inpeace depart I ; for lie was inducted the mysteries of'| of the which the Americanname forest shade above rolls and miles l.
lathing, tome swearin'. The upshot of it was, earnings will rarely if ever save anything,: ; stance respect ) on on, ,!
Speak gently, kindly, to the poor. the perlice carried me out of the theatre und and he who cannot lay up something out of a the Work-Ilous", on account of ; peculiar inspires abroad, as that occasion afford- I leagues, and far away still swelling rising, 1

Let no harsh tones be heard ; told me to make russell scarce. moderate salary, will never have a salary out talent he had fur pip Stealing at early ape. ded him.-S. O. Delta. I deepening, until at last it plunges into the vast 'i i
of twelve But, gentle reader, we introduced
'. \Val I didn't it-el of which he Vain is the years. desert of water that rolls around the globe ; *Jt Jjj
They hate enough they taujt endure as any better, I went can sate anything he last RECEIPTS FOR MAKING.
to Billy as was night.
unkind word into shor.aclose an' called for of the clerk or journeyman that you I so can this gentle west wind, now so soft, rise .
Without an a by ( two glasses expectation Seated on the edge of the wharf opposite toSt. Comfxaition Cake.-One pound of flour, '
ot brandy : arter fewallerin' it, I went into the he may spend all he gets now, and begin tosave Mary's market he thus vent to the one of sugar, halt'a pound of butter, seven into a louder voice, start into a rap* and ter. ij
peak gentl to the .rring-know. I after he into business if he doe gave ror, and fright the land and lash the ocean 4 i
tavern. sot down by the winder and triedto : gets that flitted his mind hail'a pint of cream, and a gill of bran. I
vain thoughts through : eggs "
hate toiled
They may in ; with the tornado's wild and shrieking f
his chances of into anger
think I felt better, but 'twas no go ; that not save now ever getting .
Well, I've bin lookin at that 'ere old flat dv. "
Perchaiice unkindnr made so. "It is father .j
blessed old ingine was still wallow in' away business!' are precarious, and he will not be Tea Cake.-'Three of three wonderfu
I wots rapidly! goin' to pieces, and conwin.ced cups sugar 1
Oh, win them back, Im I "And son, and must be
again we
.} inside ; so I went out an' eat a quarter's! worthof likely to stay in after he gets in. that all things ain't- goin' on right. Ive eggs, one cup of milk, two cups of flour, a j'I my understand Ill

I- 3pr..W gt-ntlr!: 1110 who ge his life isters an'a piec of mince pi(. Then I noticed for some that sumethiii and I; small lump of pearl-ash, and make it not quiteas 1eso though we may not why
bend rein's stubborn will hack an' told the keeper I felt NEVER 1'ROCKASTINATEThe years I 8. Yes ; the wind now sporting with
To I went tavern now I know that there'll he h-II to andno stiff as a pound cake. !
pay the leaves around tear these rooted
When elements were in fall strife; I kinder sick, and thought I'd take sortie Caster following little story is not new, but it hot. When the Kanady brokeout Cake.-Five pounds of flour, one of may trees ;
j pitch war
Loa : from the firm earth drive them like feather
J Said to them Peace be still." tic, a mouthful! of cold meat, a strong glass of i il so touchingly! narrated, and conveys so excellent I jined the reg'lars, but the Kurnel ordered su quarters of a pound of lard, and ,
along the land dash the mountain '
whiskey punch, an'then} to bed. lie a moral that we cannot refrain from of cone
go got the of butter, one pint of ,
'lis little thing a concert for particular benefit, same quantity yeast
Speak gently a mOrin' my and whirl it into a cities, and ;
the hams which I took an' went to bed. publishing it. We remember that the tears one of mik the into \le prostrate c
I told that services eight eggs, quart ; sugar :
the heart's deep well : and was myluaLle was rol
Dropped in turn the course of the seas it not
44 tell what I into the first time read it. \on.
But vet rather poor night. came our eyes we the flour, and the rasins spice after the I
The good, the JC.Y.'I'hitl.. it t>u.\ bring. dispensed with. Then the poltroon bisinus derful !"
Sometimes I was awake groanin' and holler- *' 1 ou'll please not to forget to ask! the I first .
Eternity shall tell. about Wan Rainscller, up there by Albany, risinp.Svft .W onJerful, father .
in' wh'nl I'd better bin awake place for rn", sir, paid a pale, blue-eted boy, !
an was asleep in like streak of luck, but some fellers (;ilgcoard.-Fo! tea cups of flour,
I conic a
Then where does the wind fiom
--- -- he brushed the of the Man Leisure I come ,
1 ha-i sich coat at
.: powerful dreams. Sometimes as j swore that I wus an Inpun, I had to leave I three of cs, one cream one of butter :
:r.J r; lL.LANJZ! : I thought I was skinniif bear an' then by.soni" at his lodgings. j the tar agin, for tear all lynched. one table spoon full of ginger, and one I my son ? :
---- I lilin pettin' .From heaven, father !
-- 44 not1said :Mr. Inklin "I shall ,
-- ---- ----- 'twould all t'other Certainly ,
hocuvixjcus change I offered services to the Rogue glass of wine, and a nutmeg.
ETHAN SPIKE'S FIRST AND LAST VISIT To side to, an' the tarnal critter would be a fckin-> be going that way in a day or two" I! Thcl Islanders and pot my a bagoiiet wound in my hip Jmnblcs.-Three pounds of flour, two of MARRIAGE f}

PORTLAND. iiiu' me."Then. "1)id you ask for the place (forme teserdayr( of butter, eight with a little
tor devoted patriotism. C'uss Yin, I say sugar, one eggs Dow Jr., thus discourseth : Marriage is ,
Portland is the all darndes place I ever agin, I'd dream that 1 was rolliu' said the pale boy on the f following nay, with Here iY I am in Orleans-a soger w ho !hact fought, caraway seed, and a little milk if the eggs like a silk purse-most agreeable to bear .

teed. I was down there in '33, to see; a little logs with the boys an' j<'st as I'd be a t>houtI a quivering lip as he performed the same i I bled and died, and yit my widder ain't got no are not 5utlcleut.SIft when there is plenty of money)" in it, notwithstanding ;

about my goin' to the Legislatoor, and such arum I I in' out-now then hen she goes !-everything office. I 'muneration from (;O't'rnmnt little pans.-One and a half that with it people generally purchase ;

time as I had, you never heerd tell on. would get reversed: agin-I was a log. No," was the"answer. 4> I was busy ;-1 Texas was a thritin' place afore th(1 pounds of butter rubbed into two pounds of as much misery as happiness. Gold .t,t

DiJ I ever tell you about the ice cream scrape an' the boys were prying me up with their I but I will to-day. { reg'lars camped at Corpus! Christ! ; hut thereis flour ; add oi.e wine glass of wine, one of rosewater may obtain a fine house, splendid furniture

Ihrd ? handspikes. Then I'd wake up an' screech I 44 Heaten help my poor mother, murmured .: no chance there for a feller now. The fact I two of yeast, nutmeg, cinnamon, and and a bushel of worldly I respect ; but it can ,

We ans-vered in the negative, and lie re- an' roar-tlwn off to sleep agin-to dream I thc |poor boy, and gazed listlessly on the I!' is Texas i is goin' ahetl too fast t. and civil iz4tiun currants. I never buy a thimble-full,of(pure conjugal love, t

lumed- that Spanker had runaway" with me, or that cent Mr. Inklin laid in his hand. will bust his tiller I.llrp !onp. Think how.that .''/singr ('uke.-Five pggs half a pound of which like a ray of sunshine, lights up the

Wall, I'd been down thar, two or three father was whopping me, or sortie other pla 44 The boy went home. I He run to the him- country i is propresin'; At Corpus Christi, !! and a quarter of a pound of flour. hotel, as well as the palace of the prince.

days, pokin about in every hole an' tho't I'd guy thing, till luorniii'. gry children with the loaf'of bread he had I three months ago, I was totin' off a kff far Cakr.-Three eggs, nine !spoons I It Marriage is like a mouse trap-it is easy .

seed every thing thar was to be seed. But 44 When I got up I hadn't any appetite for earned by' brushing the gentlemen' coat at the j whiskey to hate it inspected, when the guard t full of butter, three of sugar, and three enough to get into it, but difficult to get out. ,\

one day towards sun down I was going by a breakfast, and the tavern keeper told me thatif hotel. They shouted with joy', and his mother | cotch me, and swore I was pom' to steal it full of flour.Shrewsbury. hand.1 When a couple of biped mice once enter the :

shop in middle street that looked wonderful I was goin' to carry on, ncreamin' and held out her emaciated hand for a portion, Me steal !-Me !Redickerlous idea Cake.-One pound of matrimonial cage, they nibble away at the ;

sack there was all manner candy an' pep. groaning as I had the ni;\ht afore, my room while a sickly smile" flitted across! ..her face. j they flopped me, and set me adrift, and I\t,11 cum three quarters of a pound of sugar, quarters crumbs in comfort, unconcerned ; but when i
an' what nuls at the was better than I Mother, dear, said the boy, Mr. Inklin i i of pound of butter, four ono nut.
perminU nn'jessamints my company. here to Orleans and how was I treated I a eggs the cheese is all gone, they grow uneasy, am Ii
windows. An' then there war signs with *41 hain't," said! .\1 r. Spike, in conclusion, thinks he can get me the place and I shall j appeals to justice and jto.teriiy as to how F meg, one glass of brandy. wish themselves out. There is no 1

gold letters into them, hangin' round the door, 441 hain't bin to Portland since, but if II liveto have three meals a day-only I think mother, I( Got tuk up the t first week, accused of larceny, Clare Cake.-Three pounds of flour, one for them however; they mutually agreed to i

tellm' how they sold Soda, Mead, an' Ice be as old Methusalem; I shall never for three meals! and it won't take me threeminutes merely 'cause I l borrowed a pig of lead, when of butter, one of supar, three eggs, two spoons- enter and each alike must suffer the conse

Cream thar. I says to myself, I have heern get that all fired ice cream." to run home and share them with j the owner was'nt in. Sent to the WorkHouse full of cloves-mil it with molasses. quenccs. Marriage is like a rose tree in full i
a good deal about this 'ere ice cream, an' now you. I' -pot head deprived of its nateral Wonders. T\,'o pounds of flour, three bearing. How attractive are its flower !J

111 be darned if I won't see what they'remade THE PIRATE A:\D TilE on-Thc follow. The morning came, and the pale boy's i I kivering ; and my if war breaks out agin, and quarters of a pound of sugar, hal pound of is their fragrance while moistened

oil So I puts my hind into my pockti iug interesting fact is related by Audubon in I-voice: trembling with eagerness as he asked I'm sent on to the Northern frontier, won't I butter, nine eggs,a little mace roe water. with the morning dews of love but the bright i
his Ornithological Biography. In speaking of :Mr. Inklin if he had applied for the place. of soft breador
an'"alk d in kinder careless an' says to ketch cold ? Oh no, of courso not I won'tIla"c If read Pudin/-One pound leaves fall after a season their perfume soon
the Zanaida dove, he : A man who was "Not said the :Man of Leisure 44 but of milk
says yet, biscuit ran
quart shed and the thorns alone -
a chap standing behind the counter- the Tyl r eripj, and give it to the whole ceases to L re- !
once a pirate: assured me that several times there is time enough. a seive or cullender; add seven ,
"Do) you keep any ice creams here ? : oh no through eggs main. Marriage is about the same thing gen J
"Yes, sirsays he, how much you'llhive" while at certain wells dug in the burning, shelly The cent that morning was wet with tears. WtII is three quarters of a pounl of sugar,one quarter erally over and over, enjoyed but little differently .

I sands of a well known key", which must be Another morning arrited. republics mirigrateflul-thmat's onecmnfort of a pound of butter, nutmeg, cinnamon, al different times. It is like a leg of

here nameless, the soft and melancholy cry of It is thoughtless in the boy to be so late," I I : and ifthere'n any (lisa about Oregon, one gill of rose water, one pound of raisins, served cold I
I considered a minit on't, says. I-a piut, I'll show '(' that I kin forpit and fitr h'e. But mutton on Sunday ; up on Monday ;
al ir." t the doves awoke in his breast feelings which I. said Mr. Ink in. Not a soul here to brush kum 0 walor will half a pint of milk ; bake three quarters of an ditto, with pickles on Tuesday ; hashed up on E
must soon, or
The feller's face swelled out, an' he !I had long slumbered, melted his heart to repen- my coat." I war Buny's Haires my that's exploE.There's hour, middling hot oven. Wednesday; and then mutton again for the
young a speck
I -
and caused him to linger at the ina The child at length, his (face swollen i
tauce spot came I
liked but of the week. Some before has
to have laughed right out, arter a herey eson that must lend to difficulty : France THE TWELVE SISTERS. rest one, me,
iile he I state of mind which he only who comparesthe j with weeping. compared marriage: to a candle placedin
asked- truly
each other like but
und love pisen, .
said the Upland I The following condensed account of Uicken's
him with the
within ,
wretchedness happi- 441 to disappoint ,
."Did a pint, sir 1"I am sorry i i" too old for Victoria ariddon't window on a !ummerrl night, attracting
you say I feel. He "but the in :Mr. II Lewis Phillips humorous description of the twelve months
innocence of Leisure place
former can truly Man ,
new insects from direction. The flies
don'tretail I !
'Sartin I
p'rhaps every
you her for nothin'. There'll bea
( says help along of the under the character of the twelve
left the without increased 's taken jesteiday. I year
said he never place C- store was up that out butt their heads the
so I don't mind takin' a quart. hUt between 'em 'fore long, and then lookout of are against pane
of associated as he was, altho'I The stopped brushing, and )burst afresh daughters, may L amusing to many our
fears futurity boy in while those that in
Wall, don't you think the feller snorted j; for squills : England ain't paid h.r rentreg'larly readers.- to get are are butting
believe force with a band of the most into tears.u I don't care now. said he,
by >> ,
right out. Tell jerthai, it made me feel in and her old landlord most furiously to get out.
j I Oregon, The first is cold, stern, and unrelenting.-
desperate villains! that ever annoyed the nave sobbing, we may as weJlstaf'e.Io.hl"r: is dear friends the other band .
tort 0' pison, an' I gave him a look that made j I Kon ress, has given her notice to quit-to Her is My ou marriage
'him look sober in about a minit, an' when Ilinched igation of the Florida coast. So deeply moved dead." and I wish I the name January. is like the meeting of two streams-a
move out bag baggage. was The second is diminutive in size, andis
I wu he by notes of any bird, and 'spe. The Man of Leisure was shocked, and lie very of rivulets that after
my fist and looked so at him, (here constable that had to serve the writ on her worse than January, and alwaysas couple bubbling along

Spike favored us with a most diabolical cially by them of a dove, the only soothing of horror gave the boy a dollar. I'd ketch her by the nape of the neck, and I'd frequently bad. Her name is February. separately among rocks, weeds and flowers,
horns about the bound he ever heard during his -- --- over mill-dams and precipices at length Unite
his ,
e.preuion) he hauled in -but there's my walor ain risin' above biiinheat i iI The third is spiteful in disposition, boisterous .
quickest, an' handed me a pint of the stuff a* that through these plaintive notes and THE IPT.ATI0X.-'illion, in the Plan. 1 must choke it off, fur I'm Teard that ; in and passionate in the extreme. and flow on together, or rather mingle into

perhte as could be. Wai-1: tasted a mouth- them alone, he was induced to escape from his ters Banner, says : "That when Martin'spainting I watchman heerd me holler, and if I could only : Her temper is March. one in calmness, brightness and beauty, to the

ful of it, and found it as coos, ai the north bide I. vessel' abandon his turbulent companions and. of the temptation of Adam and Eu hussel that d-----d man eJ bull-dog out from : The name fourth is as capricious and wayward as day of everlasting rest. Marriage is like theevergreen
his absence. After exhibited in :New Orleans, which -
(Bethel I'd half a mind to return to a family deploring was being retire for the pine, that its freshness
hill in January. i under the wharf yonder, infant all with smiles then preserves
pit it out but then I seed the confection. paying a parting tUit to these wells, aud represented our maternal ancestor-the most Il I an ; now ninny and looks greener still when the snow has fallen !.
just ; i.i-rht.i absorbed in Her name is April.
which riz listening once more to the cooing of the Za- liontitiful created beinis-in the act of pre. tear. around it, and other trees have bed their
chap grinning behind the door, j II the action to the word, Bill The fifth is a bright and laughing in, .
serpent Suiting crept
Adam the
he his soul in forbidden fruit to ,
I I'llnot naida dove, poured out suppli. senting the verdure. Marriage, in short, is the sunshineof
my spunk. Gall smash it; all, thinks with from under the wharf where Mara'his patron God, whose hours of mirth are seldom invaded, and
let that think I'm cation for mercy, and once more become what looking intently glaring eyes I life ; beneath its genial influence spring up
white litered
monkey cultivation of flow
his slumbers. whose iSthe sweet
said be the noblest work of God.' branches of the Tree of Knowledge, no doubt guarded pleasure
fr id-I'll eat the darned stuff if it freezes one has to among the Her name is May. lie best affections, and the noblest virtues of .
honest man. His escape was effected each night the exhibition room was crowded man, which in the sterility selfish celibacy
m y inerds. I tell what. I'd rather skin. serious and sedate she
FORT EBIE. : The sixth is more o
yer SEIGE -Many anecdotes
silence OK
and but and the utmost prevailed
amidst difficulties dangers ; no danger with spectators, TiE would have laid dormant useless. It is
lied a bear or whipped a wild cat, but I went told of U hair breadth in shady where she reads
been delights
with the of of this mas. have 'sclpes"and groves
be contemplation
It. I seemed to compared danger : in the absorbing the source of virtuous pleasure in youth, and
eat the whole in about a minit. with this meditates at her leisure. Her name is
violation of human and divine of art. On one of these occa. strange accidents connected memorable or If
44 living in the terly creation the balm of old age. J'O don't believe it,
Wall, in about a quarter of an hour" I laws and now he lives in peace in the midst sions two Kentuckians, who occupied seats in seigc. The Albany Argus says, that June.The get married and try i it."
jutto feel kinder gripy about here, contin. ; friend" the of the audience, were overheard to at the time of rocket firing by the enemy, seventh i h hot, fiery and voluptuous;

ued l Ethan, pointing to the lower part of his of his hold rear the following colloquy : one shot entered a tent, struck off the head of seeking in vain to quench her thirst of pleasure.Her A lady, a few evenings ago,after having for

stomach! w an' kept on fe Jin' no better fast. and the head of the name is July. read Mr .
A THIS DHEBS.-An f'lchangf'paper, un. 441 John, it was a tarnation unfortunate i an officer person shaving some time attentively Shelly's nor.
"I at last it seemed-as though I'd got a steam der tbe head good advice," advises young thing say for us that the old fellow ate that red him. A lieutenant had just arisen in his bedto The eighth is a maiden, whoso looks be. el, entitled 'The Last Man,' threw down tho

eagiae saw in' shingles in me. I sot down on to wrap themselves up in their virtue." I' pour some water from a pitcher, and whenhe speak that mellowness which is also to be book, and emphatically exclaimed-'Tbe last

*,the! and bent myself up like a nut-cracker:: A men cotemporary well says :-" Many of them apple." Unfortunate Well, may be so ; but how replaced his head the pillow wasn't therea found in the fruits that hang over her bwer man Bless me if such a thing were t bap.

d grin an' bear it ; but I couldn't set still- would freeze to death next winter if they had in the could he help it T Daru my but. shot carried it away. The preservation or in the harvests the gathering pen, what would become the tcomen !"-

twisted and squirmed about like an angle no other covering." tons if I wouldn't a' swallowed the bloody of the Irish subaltern's was truly mar- she loves to superintend. Her name i Au. Uncle Sam. _o_ -
*onn on a hook, till at last the chap as 'gin if that 'ere vellous he had bis uniform coat hanging
made bones on't, gal ;
no lef
snake gust.The; named Caorcb.He .
dis- married
B the of the Georgia Journal has ninth is staid and in An editor has a girl
cream, who had been lookin' on snick. The editor asked in the tent, and returning, it was without matronly deportment
a' me. o
stirs' sa's to me, ccvered a beautiful and illustrative metaphor.He had any tails. The Hibernian brought forth the combining the remains of the passions says ha has nnjoyed more bppa since in

Mutesay* b*. what ails yer I" asks an editorial opponent whether he can Seeking a Wife.-A diver for pearls often forlorn skirt, and flourished i.before his com. of youth with the discretion and reserve of mature he Joined the Church, than

"Ails. !I" "that darned stuff bottom of a frying-pan without smut of his for Her name September all hU life bf,"
: of me says ere bite the finds a shark in his way. paniou as a proof lucky fCal*:- years. i
your'n is freezin up my daylights," says I. ting His nose.

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P. D CrafT, W m W Holmw, John If Marsh, J JChM This moBstro-if j c( pica* pnts errt \
C. conth hybrid of a a=d Sttan baa
Cons;less. Hasina had itsiacf

rioriila Contested Election.LETTLR mo'iitMii ttS-Mi I had risen U frjA, and when THE FL01UDLVN.; The Oregon question, which has s !long .:-ccUj> tdths \\ mC. Gray. ,Fergtwn Milton Actinz M d.nActmsc | grace, and mint tocn be uxxfted' to its

and most calculated to embarra had Cta V.'. Iarsho.BoatcanR0beTt by the irrevocafc'ejekrcir! ni rf
w hoiU u:3ltpeCt41J, attention of Congress at the latest date, Master Mate- ,
IROMCOL w Ii &) T') th" chain of ar ni-nt ft"an Dixon down with 't ma tKo all that 5ilesrtc.a cf
'- tr iiie In our ucat
> "I.T CLOXC net been determined in the Senate Ieji liti<*n whh u, ere frttj, to
S S. sULLY. Newman torrent)
I Hill
i iitha unr'.er-Gustunns
fur the tlrt tune : ;
the risalt, asw *
our .eiiaIZ paper we trust we shall b< able togiv Gtu. T. Lezier. liJe ard lood> baei cf'heeoT&in, Buraevv

1bt r or :rnrrttivr,. upon a Miiijcrl ;jHTinml to ons' self, and in t Satitrdiy, I'ich QS, IJf>. < learn the question was to be take:i a* soon a* the Sail Carpenttr maker--Wm. M LeihitcaupemnuimersriesGunntr plebisitum et Lace lea.haec 'guie." a,

!'L Jlint.V ..iMv J b* the other !--mido Ch CojS Why shcu'd man looter enact laws
IItGItna'L Ftfruty 2'I. r' J bite 3sended, i'.hch would be in a day or two
Cot. S S. SlBLtT, when it't'x \ much tit in* allo! :t- 1 h >ur to re ;ia C.taio SpErcn.-Ve li3e nt ro<:m Tne house had been engaged fvr a suck past, in C'rpenter-Jcsse C. Merrisun.PaaeezcrsPa'ed on false principles unwise, asd arid from no puree<

I.IiJ&r: f tLc J kriIii Tdla.' thoughts} Inn the A Mid'n JI K U'airwton, to a'ltain unoatoral ITl ff
it. r.nd m* proper .ech enf r" wbieh
ply to tti we,rk f r Mr C \LHOV NS sp iiicuiii man matter cf interest, cne of is give the force c( uw toif
DEVR I tncl !e lor pub'ication! a j>i.dper !td'n Sinai H. Llii tt andrchdll. Uarina. ,
.ir. : I'M
di-cii- '
.f )
Illecti: 'Hie eu'j ct ( !)o-is: t't it w ill be fi.und n as c'ami. the defei ce and protection of the Gulf cont Thra The I'u.rpoa as \jx-cted djily (rein Vera Cr J J. i* t> enf'rc the perMe'.a, evact ,
read to the Committee ot Mi If he had
m-rit. and
it hal
ho etr made, iio learn will and Florida cones ii for a She bring iuuaethio new in relatien to the amprisoritnent gri'idizectent plutder ardjtt *crop'.
bill ,
(Oftflhitt" pint's! only! repoiU and etifcnce. Iwtn elected an J I luehrated, **u mat { c u in-, .-. ,, ei Saiia'vLctIers." i we ps- may ni C or Cenaut at Matamm'moe. about whieh nature in her holust tfibrts to tnti

Mr. CaVl! 1aiI 1 his piper !kire the HOUMJ from t'! tectv with which he held! to a naked \rt. ,nratnce t'u* w4 the puSluation &(4cr. share. Coiieiuently you have doubtless heard. The U. S. Steuia FrizateMia.isippi tina between coral prcpnef ard j jseice tLelawk,., j
his F'ondi. under this head The Tariff, vc are advised, will be reduced ttll in when ph wilL sail one tf ra'n' ifHa ve and guilty pa ioci
I did not. lie published in iv.i'i jiittha* he neter wotiVl'iiteconsensed :1 eral4 antl iu. us Ktterj, is port, no
and wro'd the we riced oct antIcipate war, whateern3y knows ours. )e:. not see that the rloodI til to keg at spric,
k t
Publish: mme. He anjrt if tvoi'd the dact "T of a pr.fes4icna ge"tLnnnf
t if totals. suppose lit are pf cust s-cn ebb, leatia* its drift ard its

Heu e IIT Ifiiins ihit the rvople paie lh* be u.ire4.IIaIe' and unj i-t. I He could nt cur c.ty, ard were wru'en to a ttuJeirf *t law inCuthbert be the result of the Oregon qutatien.Advcriisiuig. /' (coamncauc.eTEP.] S." *-] and hitered by the ',urer waters UITnwash tf Hess

'. '1 1I hHou.c -re its eouanirattt to the writer for ,. Ut-mocrarj rau.t amA will alet] to the iciaii'1bu
4 1 trt n pre hate dn? it witlio-j; tii ac pect to the people lc.'rkiJwbjbii applitd Col. William tlnilcy.
He ban scold the people says of the legall'rofrt.ion pkb
thy nit anti] claimant of anJ dun-gird: of duty anti no on could, undr his opinion on the various departments It has often occurred ti us that the few J u'isavtd / It will be seen, in an announcement in the the splendid forest, which sm .
I *h jace.! Kirs 'udi an absjidit 21Tht1 which b- would acIvie Lna tocoa- .uiul was erj en tie"*
tuurp '..chirtU'ntTic"', proje ti b* busme and \rofc gcn'leai, BAILFY of \;and bis heretofore bitted a> Lott ne
hercditar*. J'londian that Cu \\ILIHM "
;vaco! or |1uwer, l':? liine rijul. '* ili tiUifrrtew (Laim to try to :naLe tine ht, IH Jies. How we ji>t held then is immaterial bad ecunoin*-borJ mz clus-ly on the penny a'lstwrracy on the ctL r, as j lark, f rsiW **

,,r ether ail)* tnrt riffht or comnn &ion. alts at s a niall jn>i! .& fir another cirnp.situ-a sonhlhuine. The onrabertlu week i* < =iewhat 'ltnthY, VVIMJ afld pound (ue.1isi" policv. We intend not by Jefferson county, his been called upon by his .:r%es for its idle and luxuries bui t e:ecaot|iad

denounce rio{>-ckct-J oriicers as Mur rt.Hi .-. \\ hen l Iu4aess pernits. I mi* ., i' the 'iiture o;.e* w.'. i' 'j Z
Law and ,, !
J ma. |pr'ne Hj.jhfjfn,
'U rprote>- this. t ;rns civc rn am t 'u with oth.r cen-.* ill the farce, cust. that we have a-.y reasoa to do s3 i.it intend it era! of the First Divi ion of Florid Miht.a.Vi codes cf (trchm ahtits. harhur ttiitliiain t5iflt
i-h-it tM h" III* ------
joritr. Ii I ,-zrr. for ditme ri pat.ionnmtake ht *- pitted 1 i 1. two tn >iith .>f "Tn tos'ritr's'" I.ccluic :il thtnae ;; -- tsereiy as tcrataitousaJvice toall! interested Ml ob- \ h his usual willmgne to serte his coun- and i'ti'iuit: u* fai'iIsce4s. arc 5 ttenLmmtis

a convuis-un a Cojiririiiti 'I Fhe I'c >ple! Vote*. its context and rcmirentarm te
uch ki. chin-and reckons the peop'e vJ..aiIst \\ we *ere sjrati-u, 1 n itb ti'.. lecture drln ereJ ervens well know that tho-e .hu dj not neglect trY, when called upon b) Ida fellow! citizens rommin seoe Tsve and rigid
% as i2 attention 4fiftfJrftt.
I shojlJ like alsu. to reci tutu-ir Gr5,
With the reverSe rul" pre- \ Mr Pri. last CtiIni;, %c vvu'.J bae b to I this gre.t secret of traie. alwavs reap aa advantage times he has tieldrd !ha. t-.n v. rnacu ar iJ tia, ptcie. .
5$ netbnijr. the dreadful cibr.ini: '- ihieat n *J in the canta bvucl or the exigency ot the ,
b re ent on NV\v rreaAli iu town and couutrvre diruuiq ar n of 'lead foreign
hate r.-ch bjt for iie limiUd nun f i aj> ; ,
wh-m o & norew, oarfI.ts ,-
_ rail*. Tho'e uwrp th-p ;) -< lo the settler on th pub'iC land> and pre. the ocean- \\ htl.i* apathy i the part ol our 1 muns miometl where they may ,btaiu what they to their request. \t an cary period of his than aer.e.

ti&t elected. from Mr. i'.*lk. I thi:itt was siid the V. it Cturt. say, in relation r.. t
emjitioti-* af- this crt des wantsin life Col. was found among ture-
-uch liter jr> treats as was want inclines, too, means Bailey
Mr. t'abell i delighted. lecam *om- piInical citizens, in pronoun "1v 'I the l Leeelproecvuas wd the .
they svui nut U- ahht! t.J to "cit a nil. I (rs'jd'it ,f
fuend tvted a23in t in_* right. He bie the of the 1'reM- rdtxi on l 1.t erenim Apart from the ml rmalionwbich the public mind, which doubtless tvk-uld net oth- most in pursuit of the Indian savage, who d'rertin; baa atientiosa cat*: eauire ,

thuiVl tiot be. lie solemn!t .'ated iti the tru-t you .ftU t.ie22i that all received, thae who at tend,d trust hive erwwe wriest tremsel e*. Who has nU seen the committed depredations upon the wLit(* sette. th i il
i Comrmi-ibn.rs
awl the
dent ptirt Import the ireatnl the if anad fr- apt licaf n n to our ins'itu'icni and t'e
> winch been ia contributing to perfec. exciteincnt o* appearance rracriteur ,
Hou**, "und r all the ie'p..niIiIiti. s subject ab -.>a '. I tm't t'ie ctters! are satisfied doubly gritmed kind annti merits, on the southern frontier of G *orjia.- Cfjrfs. The special allotment, of the -af,.
tV of,\ lovli A.r anion our
t.apitolmare. liement
lhat he hidinfwnnuionand ta4dul iii ttr
aturh 1 1't bun as a gentleman lion ol the itnprowerneitt and the several diMnvt ,.I
a Ubor
lit tbistmv*. that th'*) ht J i.o'bi:j.tufeir. On one occasion, and! while a Major in the i I whthae
lieted that there were ot1:er Other towns aod cities have confiibntedot and ptrft cousins in the countrv Hv *o< n they 'bt ifiKi m Utttraib Ur I'j'l! are aJwc

return* to com* in, in his fttor, which would I shall also ind! K. M u,, iuof to the all li 'bt uilieliod'that IFtt! about imIICKHI thoaas djll.i O .core the locati. n cf the will bcein to dike preparations to buy the strictest Georgia Militia, Co!. Bailey, with a party of :ot xhcuy un ncwn to tb mre r dir-'. C-ts

''upijd tlwrn surel* rue ciii7er is wti*<*l, arid inda.try of cvtrv kind hastened of band of i i Southern and %Vesterrz States. CtT y
linn cotir irr>alatye the niajonu" in Vat f tr tnent twrs : c'mmc r | twenty-four men, in jnirs'st a
more the witne bill and 'lu white witnsej, in so,re of tKeir Urrer cities I Lt..e mi'ate

mine ; an J tint I could not and dired mldn and negr.i will' *h
it. H" wa alX Nut ki.vin all :. rts ut.ng to the C t. fr.>m this circninstanceV evervdrscriptienare put up tu fatten the butter republican Slate, owms to tie far zfarer rn"-hc
; witne', mi eter existed. Mat now. time lost t tin to the inhabitants ot that state, follow! ing them
ihe'&t&te <" po>tir.e demil could not trast that tv sn< i.je nj *utureco r ofcvnipUint is | aeked, and iu fine terry thin; of a marketable I with which j ntie LS adn ini t rtd near C nand
precw the intent cwaip; h me It rs! mJu'! enceof the and of the fct. Man'sfur to the t.;Ul absence of Use
through bogs swamps more irtifxul
be ivcn. I could on'v dcnv! knowledge! of their wt ot hberaht* to so wot thy an ob- chapter rotten toeether, to barter urgvxxijtobe relations known we
IniMi'li. och
such returns : and a1* wh'*re, anJ what tote rat "\ jurs. truly, he.. j.et-an4 that when thr nel *ture u aaaoun.ed, bo izht of the a
MA! irea' TLimtH unanswered Where WM. n. r.uuciviMiKuicifr.'Eflrafl tey mi at I.r'ist boy all tht ttekett. if tb<} dint thu-, learn, too the nim'i of gentleman who are and at day light in the moaning attacked and professional labors wholly within tie cbaz,,

? Can Mr. CaVll >how a majority candidates for piMi1 ratrcnaz.-t then whertabcutii the law court, or Ccraraon Plea,, whilst the
are the* cbovst! to attewi in prr*>nT 1 routed them, with the kss jof not a single mann
If JiM, what injiisti' c his Seen done him : and from t'tr tltmdtan Saturda ,J\\.ttvitr al fhti known to these unacquainted The adTantjjof tcr u st-en 'n.> en the arena cf ctarcerj

dine the laS, .- -Jiv we pU'di4i a letter frcm Mr B i<-KtxiBROCCU of his part). t j-y, n olten toe trct lice what injustice ha* h n't people ad'.rti.iot i* more clearly e\ernphtied, induce the and 'eemncd '
.. F:. .. ..i 1 nakt's razr'.a thw we.t iuA of the contrsted eketion.- well with as crave barrister
5-jrae the Our too
i s'ihjet citizens are acqlalnted
Members were jj nn

in; that Lmi2'it' iuve totes 'nnah to arid irch 1..i'xei5ut.1:r .t a IT'*tic coire U e rsctiaz had room.t'lc 1 t be* ?clioaretirr m ny We will hereafter insert Ji: sUteraeiit lief re the the fitttre content* of a new'aper,; ard si lien the* the mod of warfare carried on by the 'eminole numerous and pressing cases at CTTC ,maw. jjjth 3

f C .rnmittee, in reph t. Mr ccix, which aovmpanied :* time when the miiis of the hw ut2n
tarn the tcae. Where arc they !So tnntn. *. n.. 1 1. 'e 'hepuMic toe njerturc \\ haven s* -n arf'cle wished, cr the name cia rcfeiaional Indian, to require us to describe the

ber cou! lot* an* nl* m*, 'in1es mide to be. ,> id...tl:-. ': .. .i itd 5: i di t-fl I. A\atl himeU this letter 1 ii f**t le rivt ec it. It we man wh"-* services they n-<'1, their calls are almost the decrees of equity c-1, are prcnounced (rem the Tens
b those who them rude *
temple justice
f .. ot t'i* oicers. .4 the elects:im atia.4 alt v\ho not detTumc! danger incurred pursue same m oar newer ,
Live ** ( e :i -zt.-ee hive not alreadv are
t iid mi.jarrtr
!wre that Mr. C. rr might a : invariably first upon the advertiser. They know vthe-e the relations of citizens are so few a4 nope .
A ..* *:.take his raf ui ier a c< r- the dense and with
d ttU.
T. make ho.e > t j r',ntmie un** i*ni-d, b. the severil article we through swamps morases and the tenure of direct
of the p*" pU. : niera.ber iii t t.i< ti i : fn i in 1 tneir a:,v ce V rnll well that those 'ho ae its advantages are the property so ard com
l Laid vCC3.jn to pub.isb, there cer- which Florida and the lower of it would seed to me, at least fur
% 'te a tifl.tr o! fe *ratulation. li b
rou-t sattam th-ni by hinj a t aontr_ of that j. i r w.tT i! b i ude, it he g 4t4 th" certificate tair'* can ben' f'irher: doubt! and ieifanr% af *r Man* who beer for cash in town, will pass torc! abound. After the commencement of hostilHies '- to with require elfpO3Mon but a reaonai grcd le share of t&cjjpud .._,

lire eopl t>r Li:n*< h if not. if t3mbers evt a a : Y.e' ,r -tct4.tohave anew tlrcttonOn this Utter and statem. nt are read Th > rice more .hnse have rot and unieldinzererr' to enable setse,n.m.a n.dustrj .
j .t. *k ttd. Ther w M Iu.- folly as well provided, propneTcrs with the Seminole Indian, Cc!. Bailey, ere ef fin
c Ii.i : r i
were tussled the 1.rbit.. not that he wa; WLidi r .. tlrc't4ithe ffv> IS bound to dennd full* than we have h'ftre een, a history of the n hole 4v<.rttsed, and purchase cf bunt who has, because their Jefferson sing address aoJ social habits to place himself tif

efccted, b"it that ia'mIers were impre' ed b> h -i!. If is die to the people. We have niattr front begiiu.ing to end and the course p'ir- they have predetermined to d<* so before le-vins residing in county, was ever waof fortune, ard no litt'e factiti, repetition_

.... before ct\mranttee uf the ready to his rifle, and liy to the rescue I, hf %ever. feel it my mpra'iTedwTto rem:D. VI
fcifitltii; an crroneoui l Ieief which might rettrft lu.i <- i. L Mr wnl e'rn arty dtfhonjnble .itd b.. Mr. C IBCU. tr the of the merchant and the grasp
h jrn*: the have name that -"J--h narrow views and ignoble irj, so a most
frofii too eav cred'ility in them or too coors Houir, prtent a in.H* s julr per ifia tt*, regardle article ociattd in their ran*!. Our city may have i and deuce of our unfortunate citizens, who purely mercenary and stln>h, will require a lam

wf hi belief b\ him. but Lttttr'ii Mr llrticgtt *t1Jd7Uflf1itn (lout cf the IPut< to b,k on to the seat ire
s cf whoUcia
ainc'.t a ertiions ** peo; lost annie trade fr' n the partial neglect of this pr lined on our frontier It is needle to recount compunction* cf conscience -
tt not the \Ie "> erp r. \nJ 'tire return have I,f laS of FtLrnaty which lie had bv ace dent bttn placed in. l"tn distance desiring and a compooodir' f -.eifrespect and aae

- -J ronclu* reh hown nn election, thit error '4.c. .' .t W4.1 habd *oa m% n.c .1 { l >nJUit possible objection, however technical, was made and tab. costr El. Persons living at a the many servIces he has rendered tuto decency, with the popular i I cf .ei-aersndi ,. I
.d \ u V.1. fi(.d what JQiif article, and in lo 'ktnz over the paper-,
-:w-i r. i i 'A iiicj > y c rUia : our country during this protracted war, as mnrri.
res n9 no c'i-><* of joy 1) any one. A majinU jid The turned down adhered t > tu the last It we coild 1ier4ufe urehes : beardless h
j rt-i b : & irf< paze not seeing them ed'.ertised. take it i<,r cranted they Th American rr sttr H too apt b

of the Huu* eidentk thought that it The artide j it<>d yuit of hu tron! dt- t to be had fteie, (hey wit! then 20 to other t they are remembered with the liveliest sratitud think he has accomplished all that is trite e**ntult5

Je bad E'jch votec, he shou' 1 line produced me to C .I. >ibie*. iu c.asequefice of nuuori uh;<-bare sire to vre the u jf 1" f'.r their gotd Ji.,ie,and because ar.; n had the particular! bv those around whose professional *kill-all, too, that is reallj teedialto
thr Dialed tj You li.d no knowledge of the markets to buy, whose merchants have sagacity tf wealth and
the a:funmeRt ephemeral
or accountfr! them an 1 no rhed cntirehiipo they ilso d sir'-d hi* servK* Sis efforts w. old I homes he has oolten thrown the shield! of his repvutiun -
srtirn 1.f I FjI.vCt.l .ittf it atipestfed! 'on inquired to advertise Our Eerchaat, we know, arc when he shall have so far ccmcutted to iwm-
his aruneit; to how that I mu l proven it and tae tiraiue" ri.- ,.rodMc i ,. a very difi.rt.nt iruprt sion uen our tnirjilUi b lds command of these '
ft m re-pwfirj ntion" eaterpmin.;-bavc large a-se.rttaer.ts of g'sds sel* r- protertioii. His mansion wasalwata open asa try, and at tongre sense'**
negative, *iz : that he hid no more. .Time J. Thi wv. te first e'wer.cain 1 hid with thw ben the motive, would there nU hse trbial foi terms and wor ty} technicalities which attach tg the
ted with care and judgment and are jri of for those who
Las proved the decision correct He Lid no ?ou aLi3t the vtmnaiion ot Mr Cvu w' re not been in ore vulhnzncs to \ kid, **Len it was tuade I place refuge were driven .':neLess pleadings cf the common law, rtc&ncr iHI'lUe
t.1 h' "t-er1 he4td the r-imurg, rid bfurr the Article their pu hteresi and general accorrracciti 'i. The and dect-iors orohs and roli to
j> the .f tb iutcs from their fire-sides b* the ruthless saa"e. so as u prrit -
more. that eniJ'rit* e-jplf*
_ ai.To1.; Jj i\. .j ct the ec.t nal. a an* 5) aparent! i rrrfejional tilttt uf Tallahassee ii not inferier tj O parties litizact. -- coMenetere tn litttuj" He
:Mr. C. si\s I wa> afraid t<> .fO L.:tyre the to i Ur fr cuic..ci. in were ajaii-T hitu ? Had this t ten time motive,tiiere With thee recollection, (and we advert to
roe r* i t, w
Iop'e. I He in"au I did iiit, at hu p'eatire: .if>w -!. "'.( :il n .i"-tin2 to clatia Jotir I&t andtr wuud luvebtt:i l"-s lunce up'm r ietty .oliec- the merchant any dinr himself injury b* them not in disparagement of the manly virtues : ; statutes, its cases and precedents Ttbutmenti,

le.canvalt, after proinj him Leaten. To the v*<. tion of Ortoher, a-. ?oi aeirtd, ia r iejuenct ti>cs. A manly stand would have. ea taV .n. i* pecuniar renhcaiir rs a"d rejoinder,, cr even iU tenor u4

:tbaudon th" trust, to ask a douMe election to 'ft'ie iilS I' stl 4t had r.* n.to *K p\ J, Cut vse n etl not *ay more now It u probable not advertising freely S-> also! I* tie j rtfessionaiccritleEun of the other candidates, who. hate also tracks, '.uid its and quillets, mil sorely prejudwt

an l di inc ined I. pu* *oerse1f to trouM and expense who fails to inform the public that he is served their well and eadanjer if net wholly defeat has suit Ties
_ _ t th s some tri tai to deserve, it"col insure, it tit inttr arid the fditorul insis** m tif. this whole matter will b* j'.ly discu ,ed hereafter. and to attend O their country on many a fought who look to law to adjust balance* and c-oplete
at prepared
defeat. .V c ud.dAtin such case, \oud: asur lerent c Ut' i. fit:jo'urdut\. V.hotv r may be the candidates next fall, there always field) coupled with the fact that Col. Bailey j contract, and reconcile the civil and ccEomal

I <*ly d. sere letat! as would! one who held. V J J. DV., JaTu.s istcry little doubt l.nlthev will bring this contented call*. This useful and profitable custom prevails in his long been a resident among u?-that heis differences of social rr.anboth its his jural and cats-

: as lone as pr ible. another'b place, and tried [ %Vt.- unnece' ar}. IVf-ti the tnoincut election the notice 6f the people. The vulraz.' all rtoun-hing ronmunttes Try it, zentlemen and lectic relations, will do well to remember the exper
to identified with the best interests of
we think vo>i will son have abundant cau+rto re- our inftnl indent of the Rialto, whilst they recal t' mind tit
to rotafii it l by eicludm? the votes of{ the p* oI I I.nw that I wis elected, I knew mj committed Mr Cab >ll will! b* the sjbiect cf
upon fact that tbe commercial nimni Vrne.cou.T4ectk
that did so, ira the increased trade to and State-can we fail to elect him to that
Each uould l be alike 'iisre pcctful and dull and iloterm-ned it. I to you j
1e. i fo p'ircu came much L A u.di2Ti tion. Outrage i&dted I* it averted b* her council at Hooen Stockjobbing

I rejrardless of tacred rights and duties. A 'iasLint'ri, ani 1 exhibit ctidMicc of thepeople' laoM. tIan ie deserved, to be ejected from a eat in prosperity of our little city Let each one d> the position, unsought for bj him, and for which I based upon credits and legal allegation, have slake

_ _ tiroposition to run ajrain is always safe to th v.,tes, no'hing more, awl 1 obtained any to which lie had not been elected This U-sthecan to honestly promote his own individual his many merits so eminent!) qualif him. Incase their origin in ware, revn'sions!' and revolutions.
Congress, intere-t and the time contribute his mite to These are the fans tt which feed and status
ant I ef.pcialv! alter holding NVIiu th'-re! ? at line once
Defeated! teat. was wronged : J
I part, f act we wish the people to keep in mind-there isno the of war, we are assured, b* the evidences | the turbid reservoirs (rem which these troubled wjrentlow
We think that
_ _ until of < cli n. Mr. Cabell con. the general prospent
place pure tTALi..I % 'ZE li'. l,1t. eeeti'ni, but that Mr Bro kerbroush received of his pat conduct, that our citizen soldiers It is truly cheering to pbilactaropvto nda
thit this tae to all will be *> manifest that ia t future it will
lends his f-perh, proposition was and tendencirs which
in Mv I.AIt CaocKCNERorcii I vettoIhecoert. democracy Christianity en
the number of votes The returns show itUliv
made at honv. I deiiv it. He tries to suv houu tcd4k to ,ce *oi, but fii.tlin&u esied ill Urger be neglected b* nore Ltltry it. will have occasion to rejoice that they had in time greatly contract if not wbotiy dry up the

t tin the allegation, LV rcf rence to remarks I' the ant rtni:. iMe CAW .( Sn.ith ard Iti I could .then, should he not have the seat, and hold it' I chosen W ILLIASI BULLY as their leader and bitter streams uf public and private warfare Bed

_ _ < Read bis letter aid when it his statement disturb the smooth cf virtu. l .
,I uhich lie rnaf' ln.t were not told to me. Yndit not S; K ij \ i. mrttJ tv till yiA, tot ncI we publish Con cp i I trhet I > *r l .trd his and full back civilization, and are alike great calamities.
QCrtTFD esurir pri j*> < in rr% tn z'nne. They expLain c early course,
_ _ and VVSHINOTON March !* !Ilt .
I <- <,rial I did not authorize a notice hOld onto JfLiilQO. I'hy'l Icctc inaffV'Iayitfiii City, \ Beth Firive birth to artificial necessities, batch itn.'iand

t not s"re. 'I'!li onl* editoril { rcinein- Expirtrtalt. a,y St / Jitfti yuu tiMf tututtl juitifv it. D> the pe >pl*care w little to hive their MrRCHLP,r\ \ ir mia.u sneaking to-davin the'Setate \ t.a.tM',4 LI.ITTER-No. 1. discord, f>n* cr put to death the apostles d

$ tier is copied h' lo'*. aol so i* Mr. \\ es'cott'sleUer of t i i I tI.UC| ill! vvitl. their behalf Or will th >v applaud the man who rALL.eitAs'EE, March 12, I t3.My potnngent but unnatural wants upon tbe papered -
_ and l h" is the only person I remotnljeilo ( r UK u \* arree u thill ant s.eaker, and the. crowds that have thronged the
I ; hare Sh'r rkvif. tamoritv dear sam'h birth lines cf a elnsh and diabolical natinrtTh .
n-a clunjr f.l yrte.tVeil
< b tiiatel> t > scat nj on a
I have heard mention th! fcn!jf ct. I hcirc] la hast. xuui, ter triu u.illeru-s some davs have disappeared Mr A our kind letter ct the 3)'th Januar\ has never present legalized but disgraceful systen o(

4 i t,f nothing bat a ..curriics.o1.nothing corn {, t 'LOd,> I. c. e.u.r.: \\ tee i* not popular as a [politician with either party, and been 'uholU out of mind hut time and lei nre- sfock-zarnblin:. with its errart-vjrme liti? tiTC-

I fag from Mr. C. Mr. U'.N !letU r fhons tlK P S. < N u .. th i- ii t ;> ,ii t..1 i* |mii.,! e
than authorized [It v*. r.j, it is surelv A pour consolation hive taken its rise m the English revciut.mtf ,
rath'-r aimed at, that BTRRIEN
editorial t attracti'.c.eterday., oGe
; was Conmiiriionersd iated b* the Mate ef &jtor nc very
_ _ t frequ<>t rorr plaint< .fvant 'f ni'tae m time lo pr< The ; p to otter 'ou a formal apology bv wa> of ptepyUum and froia that time, so full cf destiny's in.v tait
by, roe. I thought the "surmi r" absurd.I .- pare 1inIt.! It o j* iad to *ii' \\ that l.,- had mv gia and this Stite, 11 l> 'ermine and settle the boon. ..rgia. tnai a ywxl p
j And so it turned out to lx, until m* tloctir. notice i>l < unt >t, in 1rio, i uc/n ai I hl Iu* n<*tic d. rv bet.vee-n the two States, Lave taet. consulted fc l>le speaker, and v cn p.deh.-d in his mincer HHargiiM forthcoming. I have to avail mseIj of a and commercial penalties the Gothic spirit ffcrao -

ira; rigorously rroed before the committee.* ot claim AH 1 it sh \> ti.at I hJ iu {Circd hi i.'ns ive-rlv two weeks, md a* Ur d* we can l Learn. Lave ,iits seem alvvavs lugi/-allv arranged tie few stray moments ot leisure, to otter xou the following < ra -j-that only but sure repesitor ot indiv dnl

F'- I Mr. C. say-, *'it ni'wl! knom Florida and hat J nt '.t44'd <\> ftn' aritwt-r viol I n.% ur- V.e have t betE stands very fair with hi* patv On I( rHlav Ci- crude hap-hazard thouht>. liberty abiding with man and surviving alt solar-
hi b niftrreUtr rtmtto nodeaiute ceetessun. i*> After the <>f CLittv tn the iient storms and reynisions-has been slowly but
\rnea- t' .d : i, <- riav < ll tie "<.To.] announcinsi opinion ]
.1 ; that he eipre 'd ati .mwilip! n<" to acc *p1 distinctly lufvrmt-d as tu the dnlieuln, but hujto >, horN *j
las cotnm5c ion, and that h<- dmirfl In rrfer llttnatter t TUB SEVEN Yi.sxt WK.-Tin- seven tearV ot.taiu the con.-!>f ndrnc IM time fur our M\ couM ret within reach ciLia voice. Vo one heard bin legal profeion \\nuld adise\o'i to devote your and holier destiny. Till now its tendencies us-

: I bisk to tlr j>n>plf." Why\ refer 1 il 1 war ri<;ed from 17VJ to IToJ, and neairI* all who vra- nr t more and rn< reinpre*'e'lvtitlihisgrea chief attention icwing, as I d'o, the main object perceived. have neither been seen KC* felt, but M'
paper. ol the law to be the perpetuation of human being manifest, they are cruelly d-atocnced and -
back T If not cure, irhy claim tht raf II the ', nl itt iiird It u a recit mi,t ike to uppcsc CALHOINS wrongs
: Iltirop weie it. Il
powers cnjra i \Se pre'ime hnve* r that the Honda Lommissiorur and ins chief aim the sanction of legislative errors, f'lllv feared by the Pne,thoed o'f Power

iure, what was to be re. rred back-ind what originated m a cli ( 'itb 1 tvu I Kughnd and l will agree to nothing hoit of the line ntSy < tire is grne cut.or his i'.tulanity decay eel. His mental I should urge *oa to*;ive your closest attention to That f rofiund erudition and even transcendent ti!-

: right had he to ref*r b. tk a ettltd thing TN I France relating to the! Canadas the tiencroiehed the treaty I etwwu the United tt-te arid Spain lamp l>urn* brightly vet, and there arethcu aridswh special leadings, quibbling and cornering:' If eros should have, at all times collated in thedefewt

PT > hen did he si desire hen sure of hifJcct&n \ on a tract ot countrt claimed lathe since ratified bv tin United Mate, a* well as In <> may yet hail his name with vi< tor*. never et has been, as I humbh think, the high aim of innocence and justice, heretofore and now,usa
when ninr Hu Inendse'il i tong if Law to secure and protect human rights, (with at the pa1!my d\s of the toga and star and garter ud
or sure of Emizli4! h Ihe wilderness uiuultivated I h<* inc M.ration h* the Senate committee into
I : the State of deor u, aid *< .;uif 5d in bv all partie least rare exceptions,) or to shed the light of truth this, too, from no tess! noble motives than the lflof '

pay he would not accept the commission and uninhibited, except b* savages : and tint { t t.ir man *esrs. and never disputed bv the two for the charges ol corruption made bv the Timeturnec and ju-tice on the much abused jtenr of human truth, and under th- divine impul 3 cf a sense of

-' t without the totes, became he would not con war has (ItttIl been called a lrife about MI iner New Jiht lu", hosse&r, we learn been di9- out a* Mr U I TCOTT predicted, and it ems tome legislation I most sinccrelv belie*e it to be, as it duty,is but little to be wondered at That all this

t t fcWer it honorabl" \tier receim?, he wait. I mint acits ot MIO** '1'he mi' rit s which il covered and Georgia claim a luxe amount cf tern the Senate wculd have better consulted its own dig now present its dark records, unwrrth* the high talent,learning and vigilance should have selettrf.
rank, cia science-an Insult to humanitj-the too, this field fcr their exhibition, u not more nrrarkable -
das lxfor' he it. This i h great
.1 ed fconip accepted occasioned in the interior of Ilurope hite mtv, had it | nrsued the course pointed out b*
d! nned bv ih
liu tixiil and
tory south ol the true > protocol of fraud, and the antithesis cf hn>tunit> than the fact that no fiscal enterprise, v
-t notorious ; and hi* fp "*ch and his lottcr (fj been s< Idom eiualied| and at length, the Treaty To this, we tru' >t I U rid* never will asneVc I Snatir. Ilt-e investigating committees have never and it is now, even at this *er> |'oint of time, becoming vast 'schemes of j>ecnlaticn, DO heartless plans af

_ .-.....- herewith pubiilicdof 1'th Votcmb, hous Grand fti-jmor united the European Minister \ are rn t, perhapi. as nut ,e.jjuuttd with tL, I reunited in any good in either house, and the the greatest object of the age to correct and plunder, nor yet any conspiracy nor cohIoiiplunder h

6 it. W'liy wait Tor official returns of tmss. at his commit to hold a conP-rence, and attei h. hit have lvjvg ronsid r. suit of this has been ridiculous The Times is amend this whole black code of errors, w hich chirrs cr oppress the weak and i mrant people
InolFicial evidence of the subject a-i %\c mi e r.t \> no better merit than to hare come down to us from have ever jet failed te enlist the aJvccacy of taleott
votes highest them the abhorrence lie felt entitled credit
to at hardly to for
great place place
: 1115 Mating any giving
ire-1 the q'icstinn a< wttlwl nhtfjll < ti the line fi- time out cf meniorv, with the world-mists and cinders and learning The counsel'cr at the Rialt Lad k*
character gate them to me. When the returns the blood) war thu raging between so many ed bv th* Treatv. This lire M strictly d fined to be to rumor, fal.e and unfounded, ajam,t the Senators of chaoa And law will alwa>sbe conspiracy I vaSt concefticns of trade, and his neb and g'owirj

__ came in U was a. matter of arithmetic Chnsti n itions, ollcred his mediation for ci.| about me mile north ot F1.icolt's Mound on the tMarv of its own party to defraud and plunder, of the most bare-faced kind, metaphor to sustain and illn"trate then, under the

: who was elected-simple! addition. They fectimig a g nernl peiee. The oiler ol the Mohammedan Kivtr thence a direct line to the The House of Repre-entativesix cngagcdm voting 40 long M all contracts shall be placed upon the shmj mo-t plausible and impc ini pretests. Ibe stock.ramb'tr -
chimed and h1d the s junction of legal allegation long too of \\ all street too. hiss his and Is
came. Mr. ( f-till sear, peace maker was not accepted, but on the aniaeielinert, to the River and harbor bill, the looting : yea so learning
_ of did he of the Chttalnioclu.tr) und Flint P.ivr.eJuve as it shall continue to be sanctioned and practisedby logic The prc el ter will always prate most learnedlv -
i and now complains injustice. Why rejectc I with pride and t-corn, and hostilities di-wus.ion ofwhfhha* occupied them during the
never considered it an open <|>uslion, buns so pe i those who may claim to be the elite of society, and preach fluently and withfiotsfervor, flu

., wait* If tho-fl missing votes had been for were continued until poverty brought peace. lively and definitely t sid by tnatveiruat mcerely I Pa.t WC tk. learned and genteel-rattern i>f all the better decencies creed, whilst the mean dreamy enthusiast may boat

: him, did he mean then to propose to run again Tins war is represented b) historians as one ol that the be thus} settled If 1 uirileriaid that a duel was fought this morning of life, and such bright and steadfast pillars to the support of the meT tmibigeneset>fnii I he have consented quotum may iis of the Church, as to visit all the rogueries the practical tact of tk
would to
If for him, run the mnr.t fru r isfiil tint Ilngland was ever en. near this city, in Virginia, between a Doctor and a major vapor a special plead-r.
) had itf Or those totes again ripened| how ever, we I.ave no fears i f 1 I've, o with death, and the minor peccadillos with cropped beautiful and euphoneous figures of the rhetorical
ain it I proposed One hundred of
a;; gazed m. ships war wern gentleman t.I I deorgetown The affair it is said re- f
tint he would territory to Florida as we are assured upon go.t au.thority ears, cowhided backs, nails anti pillcry Fine fun and the compact and well-constructed syllogism <
tweeted then
_ me, was it propose* taken from the enem) or destroyed, and nearly that the true -jrce of the st. ?.Iar's River Mi lei! in the death of the latter this, for jour county and police ct.nrt,. anti General the wily logician These are all alike pervr v*

:' to run again Is there merit in that Hut sixt) _iiiilltoiis of dollars in prize money ;- will l he found nile.-t noith of Hlicott Mound TD-m ht it i* currently reported that a Com mod Sessions! for}our Lawyer Lacks Chanccll. Gripes of human genius and can therefore prove ndr.i V

I no offer, or intimation of ofior, was made. di. but thc'C glono'is Mitce ss crst the nation manv s > citv, at head oboe ci the Burcaus and capc.grace bailiffs'! to the menU of their respestive subjects. But ieiVIv
rc in our present
Mr. C. waited. Her Again 1 can't help thinking that law as it n now is it strange that lights of the law, as well Mother
}htnnn b and
lect indirect to me. ii50,000 ', 8000,000 00H( -.
$, cr iiig ,
; Arrival of the Iliheralu. in the Navy Department, ha committed sui-
S. alminiitered b) its Courts of Common I'lei-, is an luminaries, should have sprung imp and gleamed
4 im? to Congress upon a commission. The The ui. hter ol the opponents[ and allies of *3 DAYS L\11R: ROM KLROPRihf rif. I hope the report maj be unfuundc-d. incubus upon the bod* politic-a burthen and draw- thrf u
I votes of the people cinn, showing cleclion. ( rent Britain in thu( dreidiu! ontekt, was lit- llaldiiiore Sun, of the 21st mno.I., receivi-d bvunj e-terd,iv being Saint Patrick's day, was celrbra- b.ick upon the labor and income of
He objtcted ; he raised innumerable tie le'jk* than '-tJttfltP) men. and oppre!- i\e much longer to be endured b* whose missien it was to redeem man from the i$
I technical objection* to rule them out.Vho, 'reced'-ited andexlrairdinary evres.u i,direct from ted in this city a* usual, by an oration and a dinner an enlightened and Christian people,and I very can tanglement of his own self.invented meshes,ar4 tke
;' afraid of the tote of the pcor-le ? 1iIJJIItCICStIII. Halifax, their nl M ot t nsliih papers to the Ith inst.bv Mr Rubin on, nt New \ork, was th > crator. The didly confess myself gratified at seeing that the existing thraldom of specious forms rind cunningly dcv
_ I was of Dade lon. Ne".> fiotn Vera Cruz down to the J3d ult.t the steamer IJibf-rrna l Jne distance from Hali- dinner was first rate tendencies, with their unbounded probable reer fiction The time has been when wise jurist****
: .:;: Are not the totes Hil'sborongh, faa to Baltimore bcin on.thoie.ind ami fifty mite \\c arc enj. yin met beautiful weather at ions, are eo decidedly setting in opposition to learned chancellrr re.*c-nd and sought, bv a rw*
the of ,
lit <
_______ I roc,and Nassau,entitled to re'pect and weight* was recfitfil list ni at Department all its rich tnibutaries-stock-inarnbliie.' credit ..n.cul.tion >. ces of rigid induction, to educe legal pniscaptdfrom

I Must extremes jteld;] to the centre T Let the Siat" .Mniontc bud I resigned the office of was made in the alnicnt incredible short *pacc cf .-*- ('erre'oiirIenre of the flornitnn rl id hoc onne tnti*." }'ortwo';erv judicial problems but in this cur day these wbo

_____ ___ di&Iant counties look to it. Shall accident miniver, 1 f war, and Tonul hid lepn appointed eiglty.foiir hours Ihc new is both imjnitint and PENs "1st March obvious reasons, the prospects of the legal profession fill the throfged ranks of this profession, are tcwMtlT

_ and his Lucaslnnan, the editor interesting The pilot boat Rumer had not arrivedprevious ecna..e, 191.). are growing more and more ghoin ins the United content to grog in the wake cf the Roman fcrua.
_ t'rip them of political potter, give it to Micceft&Ji. to the depjrtuie if l (In stcanntr Cotton lf \H SIR There u little or nothing interesting States And first, the inevitable tendency of Democracy and English star-chanber. and to yield porWi
others nearer the seat of government of the new io>aliot journal at Mexico, (thoTiemp hereexcept thearnvalot the U S-rngate Raritan, to devclopc the individual character of man, and ready assent to forms and precedents jaJicw

; But he claims merit for proposing a re-can- .) 1 l.ul be<* compelled by public indignation since the I Ilth haJ dfcline-d t'h (1 l a pcuiiv Market 43 days from Rio de Janorio.she is here for vv ater and and to place the member ot society more on an equality decisions and chancery decree, well toouffc *

: __________ in committee, in the face of the totes of to tl) trout the city, 1m liie: being in firm provisions,prior to her joining the the squadron in the before the law. The second M the palpable their time and place, but ill-suited to the pres.

: vats hu defeat after danger, and hu paper h;td l been pronounced Louis Philippe is said to bo in favor of referring ( ulf off Vera Cruiz She reports the Bristol Steam. discouragement which it throws in the way of cre for no other reason than because they are exped
the showing every posfeib'e
M peop the roaltsl had taken the Oregon dispute to the arbitration of three English er Eyclips, as having been ordered to Englinh for titS and speculation The individual already sees and necessary to secure to them a legal rnc'rcP!'
r r: ) o1ection j had been made to returns, and seditious bi ice paity and three American gc-ntkrneii-thu, carrying reinforcement of vessels and troops, the prevailir.g that i* is worse then idle to prate of liberty and equality and to attract and enlist popular veneration throM*

I my election was proted-merit in giving the open ground in favor of monarchy, lha Mexican out the idea of Mr Winthrop, of Mas
I trouble of a contest, (after those returns had people hae become much better inclined The American Minister Mr Me Lane, is confirm find more trouble and difficulty in subduing (he Argentines own foolish contract, sustained by legal coenanu .

p $ in for which he waited,) and proposing towards the United &tale. Upon the whole, to his hwi** by severe indisposition He was unable than they anticipated, the latter it seems and backed by the most odiuiu cf tyrannies, m tba

I ( como ofiairs with Mexico were a more to attend her Majesty levee on the 11th but wa. are a determined people and need only guns and ammunition form of court official, taxes, precedents and decree Late from St. Domingo.SsTJie .
: l a new canvass to one who must begin by our assuming represented by Mr Ganea-voort Melville, his Secretary to hid defiance to the arbitrary course of }f error,whilst he is exposed to the merciless raillery *
V tibandoning his dutie.4-merit in asking me to hopeful aspect.- neon. of Legation. England and I'rance. ? of an impertinent loose-jaw : ship Henry, Capt Noye arrived at this P01 to
j this nhf from Havana She crmpellw
*eat when he could not, and oughtjiot'longer A vote has been taken in the House of Commons The officer and crew of the Raritan are all well ; The tendencies ol democracy will still further curtail ning was
resign my into Port Paix for water the tat lintThe -
., p to hold it, that he might Late a COLOR or A l'LOCGII.-A quaint writer inan on Sir Robert PeelS great measure, showing a clear he following is a list of her officers, viz and restrict litigation and narrow the limits of put Haytien on three P**"
was assembling in
agricultural exchange BUS, that the qua!. majority of 97 in its laor Captain Frances H Gregory legislation, by restraining inordinate accumulations army 3 1 *
When his divisions each of which march the <
: second trial to gel it legitimately. much depends on the color A great battle ha* hocn fought at the East,between Lieutenants-Burrett Shepard, Alx Gibson, Jos. capital and sudden transfers of property-m the was on
was declined in committee, was it) of a crop very and Nativ in which the former suffered C. Walsh, Fw'd T Shubrick first its minute and taut
L:. proposition Ihe English place,by more general distribution rtAzua.
; in the Two of thee divisions be ccncontntea
the House of the plough used. bright plough .f 4000.and the latter about 3J0 Surgeon-Jonathan M. Foltr. of real and were to
lucre merit in making it again in a loss i nearly ,- estate, lastly, by iU unrestricted and wooM
calculated to thing to produce a good crop. What a singti. ) -one of the most bloody battle on record Acting Master-Wilaon R. McKinnev, litThiion of political franchise* and social privileges President Pierrot in person,
not until after a d.'fceu&siorii' confuse the hand with sand for IfarV hether not we 1st Lieut Marine-William Lang but monopolies'anki march to retake the city of ST. Domingo.
are by
lar fccourgmg plough by Preparation or more especially repudiating
make members believe The third division would for Port-au-Plltl*
nnd Professor Math's move
: the subject, do be scoured and to have war, great preparations are being made for &e-Ew'd C. \\ard. > and hierarchies, in the form of Church estabishments -
won't t must got
_, ": that there were more totes to conic in in his K) men the Assistant Surgeon-.-1 hoa. ;,I. Potter, John T. with their hellish ijndromes Fxrclesias-- by way of St Jago.
the I The force of the would annoUflt'Ots
fAtor -made when he well knew it was impossible bright by being repeatedly run "through militia are to b* in readme for immediate training; tartnn flesh Court The darkest page in English history, entire army

td without inconsistency with w>il This is a useful discovery. tbe ordnance corps are to receive an accession of I,, Fass'd Mid'n-Wm. H HudsonCapt' is that which hut half reveals the iniquities of her :$) men.Bonapants.
accept, marines 2.503 and the land Clerk-John S. Gregory Ecclesiastical Courts The black
i./) men; the royal men record of these Helen 1*
declarations that I had a majority remarkable case longevity is reportedin Pursers Clerk-Mathew W house, at Lonjwood, St '
uniform A Aylwin
'. my of the line 6.000 The increase of the form one of the moat ponderous tome of bar adjudications table a0
regiments barn the he died in ,
now a room is a
of totes, and when I must, by acceptance, the North Carolina papers, in the death of airy will be abost 1,000 nen. Midshipmen-Alex. W Habertham, Thorn Ronv stained and contaminated a* thev are with where the imperial laid in state.may no* *

et her prove melf insincere or derelict in Wrn. Pnden, of Blid n County, who) attained Free trail* prinnpl *r. b'ff>ninz pnpnln in I \Vilk. Rich'd.r. !J.. D nar4H Price,Ly-ne Henry, David C. Hunter Coleman, The, ,every degre of turpitude, fraud, xrortion and plun found a micbine for corpt grinding corn._Rifvbltrtt *
Jas > which
r hypocrisy
can invent
duty fo nu con titt>ents n.ade only at the last 123 tcarf ratVP or p'rjur* nz'n 1rge,.


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Corrctpondtnteof; ; ; tlie JVrtUu4 l1Ublif< Mr Slidell ----ii-=:_ -
; cu- Minister, ia still at Jalapaivi'l M A lilt I C1) LUU'Sof I'MOCLAMATIOft
\\ A HiNCT\r M2rt'b 12. Mr r.rtt.and I am fain to believe that there <"> Mflido,. Cotton bred, ,-.

The Senate resumed th? con i<1'Tati t of (Lie t sr. i'- in '.rob b.uty, IB fact poc ibility that the t< rr.( h. jscof n the David 22d instant Robinson., bv James Wi'.iu. Est.] at the A FEW copies Pamphlet Laws of Florid, lateSession 'he! insmahqsnjtksby( DANIW. LAPD.
wil1 Mr ALIRID A. JOHNSON. f.r sale L
i eabl< toe.o anything with this GocriinientI by Newport, cc EDWARD BARNARD, Talhha-
14 ron quest I 11, truth to 7.iasSAitAhi 1. LEWIS all ot Leon Co. Marrh2lIsa;. p i hAYWARD.'lIitahiijslratoi's *'*
I have Iteaiii _
rciKvrted bv those
14p. NCioin having th" (fl-n>r. 'uic Ilia' I iuu itbca it we.l coi Janu.azs31ISLS. _'>

concerned' in the neiotntiou relative t.- tin xersant with cur diplomatic relations, that Mr Swill \olirc.
U IS I T U A K Aduss$5511rilor's Mile.ON .
'i.I .
soon b in Vera Cruz his 1
Or it tvouM < to n,
title ?
that part of the controversy II. would tl.e-n This Rejtublic-then. is ni mistake abeut it-isshtken I IW, rtvt-nih i iDt.eoria, V I iLLlAMVII. SIX months Jud after date, I shall apply to the Hon MOXD.\Y, the sixth des of April near, I wit!
eof Probate ol Leon County for Utters (ret
confine himself to the quci.lionof notice. Alter rcviewins to its spry centre The Monitor, rex cited Lq., aged aSout 44 vears. He was a highly ret>ectMt ot dismission sal.at )lofltiCclloJrffer.gn C'cents.
!Item the of MC'MCO c.ti/en.; 1.ir vears wirth on trie estate ol Charles A Nelson, all that plantation of land, suoate, lyitr and bejiin ;-
the various ground* assumed liv former city vesterday crfiies- out siroiin g many a ) member of late of said County
he it t his opinion that it was no f vnr of Sata Anno, and U '!'tempo, tlie paper the l>apti'i Church, and died in (lie iui assurance off deceased< JefJersnii Ci nnty aforenid, krmwn as the t-hrta-;
speaker*, five ?
J\Mi P.EFIT1ILT.OT.Survisin'
snstaintd the ith and hope |J. Hi-lit A (ion ti William B Killpatrick". late rf nM C .
loirer a as tawhether thisdispu'e would by Governmentequal),: es strong in u-1 I in UK i n lT,
___ ____ __ Administrator. I deceased, r. nt-nningeurht hnpf5rt aid sMrl5-f}
vor o'! nu>rimrf.if. That I | >(
It > r..d ta are loukii.gauaiouslybr -
tea3 to peace or wr. aop now a questionot many March 21 :I' !1-7.; :Ti
mI acres, less
E more or : said land to be
II E-ll
tii ad 111 T GO\ NOR.BY sold to"-y (hr.
'4 tune only. So I.nas the prt b bilitv t fa peaceful e.t ol a pnn t tioia Europe ai>d fsreisn j For C'liailrvloi:. debts nt *ad dectdai.

termination cf iieffuliatu-n shomd nrvail), the I'i'ericntiua is as plain _s the sun at! noon day but f.nVbrKn.rr > "C\V HOOKS. virtue of the provisions at l an act ol the Gener.il -
ilecre--ed Alter furtherremark it the sar.e time the r.iasoo'ar than hare a AsM-mblv ot (( Nate entitlui '- An MOSTLEY. .Adafl,
for the notice scion sic act
i received
Feees> y J Trim. Mister JUST per Brig Republic, Ingersoll's History Jerers
of I havms most nuity.. February .S, lS4k S3 Sit
*, he argued that it w a ne-eswy: that this loyalty fastened up< n then, vould preler to liv < I "I I 1 l''r en.raged, will sill witides- 5p of the late War, 1t v.,1 Calhoun's Life and to or ;ani7e the Militia ol the State of Florid,** approved .
UU essIth In close j evtn under the stars and ." cargo Deu-ctnber 'fi, 1M5. I. WILLIAM I). MOi E- --
nlmver y shottk" l w' *j> brought a --.--- pitch! for tht- .t'j've port For Irctjhtr Speeclus AIill system l..iic, > OIICt'.
be able to o'etlleu difhculucs The Mexican Government is endeavcrire to raise ( LEY, Governor of Vharitta. ala. heiebv PROCLAIM(
cth.Twise we hould n* or i'sage, > John Marten, bv Mrs SherwiKxJ, OI\ months alter date, we shall present ear a*. I
with Mexico f. r that |vser wa watching the wind. off the tutton ) el-nats. The new law respccti j ; tM- \\rr.irr a. ORM\V, Aild: sports ol Europe: Asia and Africa, by Col that an IHe-etion vill l t>e held on the First .\fnn4aytn O count cnrrent and vouche to the lIen. Judc

the course of this question a'nl it war hut:Id connhe -, ( *> the importation of rotten is general, but a 7.iitli > is i ,. 3.; :it Newport, FaKuiiiay Napier, Letters and Speeches; of Olive' Cromwell, by .1ni.' ntft, for all the Division, BnsaIk-, and of Probj'e f icr JrFerw.n Count*, anal I hen apply fa t

would avail hcrelt fl'"the dvantaces of her -re- penrif must be obtains. from the Governnvrt nrst. .-. Thomas Carlyk, at 7"> cents, lb-ciincntal Oli.cers of the Militia of Use Mate, ft le'ters of du'rnisien as executor anal tte Dirixf

crayhieat position H le thought hat S-tutor*I themnitres and tinport! duty pa'd when the j-ermit to lIliTertas.rraitei.Ij in Jm!. Adventures of Gilbert Gurney, follow s : Joseph! M White, l tile rf Mid ('eesst, iteceas dTHEOPH1LU.N .

n 'w bern to doubt oar title to the v.hoU of let mi lb A pretty rw d duty you OMMITTCDt! ,. the. Jail of Leon Count Sketches from tile bv Bulvver, For ov .Major General of the jirtt Dtv ision of t BEMTY.: 4

Oregon. At all event it bad been ably jucstiotted will ST. and such ;pn tection to the grower as in any .( ( ./ Florida, on Sdurdaj the 21st of March,, Old Saint Paul, bv Ainsvinrth, the State of Florida, comp.sed ol that part of the ELLEN A. BHATTYsuii S
4't that floor. other land Would make (the rich but here I Ithervivt'he I State VTi-st ol the Suwannee Kiver For onr.Waforfirntril I
parties Tliea'ncal
i pon iti'., a negro man. aced about Hrt >car, who Ap;renticeships[ and Anerdot, by County, February V*'. l"4>* Xt *nn
The but twn winch crowers cf cotton are protected, uul Sol Sr-uth of tlie nrrond Division of the State of Florida
were reason* .rste.Tlie .
4 themselves to his mind tn lav-or of civ-ing tinnotice.. I the creater price the-y) obtain, the le** thev raiexico Lintnn, nt Jefier 'o County, 11'irida The owner (',,u-tins, l-ora.a-.astle Yarn, by Mary S B I>>na. C'.npoHid of that part of the State East of thus helm BRA.NTH.J. I.. o'a. aaLscn 4

One was that it mifiit tob* settled to tint it might M in the hinds of Americans, would he the to com IVnvard piove pr.>;>crt\ ard take nreputed The Cricket on the I Hearth, bv Charles Dickens, Siiwautcc River, and known as East and South Ir lorids. A 1,. flIt..iJI ,

n't b allowed to run into the u-\t Presidential cr mit-v Nit watt Itli- but could berautd {I atrording For ,z.e ]>na elertnn. I hiU ether was, he was ri< lined ts think a in tn j rfielimi to law The Wves, bv Thorns Carlyle.A 5i

U that L.igland did not intend to make her final mwer.ent ( on her soil, and V aan cannot name at article, J. W. SlIFJmoOD Jail Iv tntures of a French Gentleman, of the Militia vve-st of the Apalaclucola. rLoniDrpllEIR \. i

until after this C< n.zrss shali linvens-n.- either in the tropic or fruid zones, that is not prorluc -' March 2S, IS in. :at; r Set.re ad 1 Vienna, J an of Arc, Claiborne, For one Husaiur Htntrul of the second Brigade, e.'niwctuun with the Southern iAk| man.I 5j

lit For these two obiection*. the notice ought to 1epotponed d in Me\u o. At the same time hr lulls and --- Snowden. Bach- lor. MutterfU, BiMe N. -. Kc md rtunrKit-eJ of the Militia east of the Apalachicola and r-iiMi &. Tnist: < inpany bavins entirely re *ed.

He could iiot vote for tw reflation of mountain* are readv to feerst vvith the richest miii-I I IT3SW GGCD0 with a gnat varu-tv 't t new No-.eN. Tales, &r., west of theSuwannee. For one igadifr General I they v> ill herealter .ivi their Mention cxdwivriy

the committee on foreufn relation, neither could be eral ol the world. All that is wanted to render it Fine t :uuily (Juarli. Hihlts, fur s.r_ each ot the third Bi igade, aauripaotel of the Militia of the j I- to (ha-jr prt fessnD. j
4.'S erfect radise th 1 OHO ruiris 1 rich style Prints, Mntlias.Gn t- counties of Columbia, Machua, Levy Marion, I'rii- 'I lswill| attend the SuprrtnCourt of tinStale. I
vole lor the How-e notice resolutions to both of a j p is simple pr(i' is' ol otK-ning Splendid Biks a,| < omnion I'raver in i elvet and .
.V/w I barns, Bareste", llalzannes. Mu-.lia Gnu-, ton aid IlilUboroiuh I'or Gtntialof ami each of the Courts the Middle
0 which he briefly stated his objection. her V"Tlliern s tes to AinTiPars, and sirmr them Turkev Morocf, with eau'c. sJdaUsjjcarem I IoI >ne UriquJur for Circuit

He wa opposed to lh first, becau-e- the left it th? sjme rtmilojjosthe" have at h< me. lie-! Me\i-1| 1 lanis, hawli.,. Scarf, t ij e* aid Collars, Gloves.Mitt Rollm's Ancient I hitori1itt'fa1ij hiiuije.n| Hvuin the Icurth Brigade t'tii1ra..cJ) of the- Militia! of the Mare h 7, IM: ,. 3.1 4;
0if : : -, Uosu a < nor assortment ot La'i-s . stip ,
dmibt'ul' whether we did rt intend to adtien* to can a.men, as a tiasi', will e-|ual tlu-se of [ llin'iri idfr d Mu,lui 1 rimminiis. and ;i vaintv ol Lone, Dade and Monroe IOiC('. I S
and in tim-
tYi* cam ground* taken tt the tornraenccnieiit of the j j twintfie years a rae< of men would SCHOOL HOOKS, Ar. 3
rrertid her1 entirely diferent the itlir..i too numeron t<.> tnciition Just rtti\td For one Col mil, one Lieutc'iant Colonel, and on >rn indebted to the
won, when the rueetKui preeiile! a dificmtta | trom pre eiit | Bennett's Fr .XntTi ALL p estate ef Wilev
down trodden and Ion a .IL Ii.! an Sptak.'r, Major, for each Regiment, as h.llow : oks, 1 late of JeFerjon will tI.toskt .
tha half <
I r.ct Am! lie was opp) ed to the IlntMe resolu- Irjitrot hanlZ. naked and hall Gummeres Survey inif TownV Books County deceasl,
i I L i. U GREFAT.lIRu & Oj Spelling I er the first R.' im "ntcomj>o>edol the Militia of imnxdiatr '
tior-, because they w.-re equivocal Thc nic tion ted, a'otind the towns and citK' -f< od onlv for the Murray's Grammar psymcnt to the s'ubscritatg and _! a
Marcia Jl } l :tI : Abridged Esratnbia and Santa Rosa .
,..f fl"tlt or not. wa- ibordmate to that of whether prisons or the ranks of a oiiser.tbh paid army. But > Pinnock's History of Enzland, eonnties those having claims against said estate, rou.t present "

the dis"Jte; could be bonorabh willed without a re. this is all talk j Silc ol Eaiid'. in Jrfi>MM ii <' >niitj. Forter's fino-hand Copv B.'oks, Sm it li's Gr immais, For the second Regiment. ronii>os d o.; the Militu! them for ;amen' to the Administrator within the :
\VaitJn and \\ asliini .
r ort, to armslie \\as in farr of compromise II* I start in a day or ttvo OD a flying trip to Orizava, i I X pursuiwce and bv vir'ui ot an order and lertp l Illectic Readers, Smiley'.. Arithmetics, ton tinrie re juirrdby law-r they will b barred >f recov*. .4

did not pretend, hov\ ver. (hat an\ comprtmi-e tht ] Cordova end some ot the towns and citio. in that J of the lion Judge of I'robito in and for the (''. ,,- ()luiey' Geosrrjpliv &. \lias, l'tr the third Uieunent, cenniM.>ed of the Militia F'. SMITH S1MKINS. sheriF.nmi .

7d ccniW be ra&de, would b the beft for thi countrx j jer l out-of-the way region, but you shall bear from uwagile. t\ ,)f Jefferson, I will expos to public sale at aii'- Nan,.s Penrnin-lns; .. Ze'ioj,bun'snalysi', cf Fran\liii and Calhoun counties. tf-cfiirio AinitnistratorJcfierson ,
I1 r the fourth Regnnent. sed of the Militia '
tht he was coin* for the \er\ best, kit for the t ion. (for cash, before th Court house d >or, in ltd.i I ,- Greek Testament-I ik's Gre k Grammar. comi __ C'otm'v, Februarv .1 1S4 >. 31 t tin I ,
S \<"\ be*' under all the cireumstancea I Vonts&s'OSNOPOLITE.. I I ticello. on Tuesday, the til-t dn of April next, ail Ainsworlh'i Litin Di< tiomrv. I. t Mir's l'i.ins> Intn For Jackson the filth Regimen, >06e- l of the Militia of 11tatiiloii A. IVtii Gull Coftui.d.. 3t
lie ne\t t aa iew | right, Joseph ctor. Pike'snthmtM-, Sunerioriiold Pens, & -., "
} Fran rcrto llifo.-Capf. McNeir. of tin bark ( aat4ao.efunt 1'' >T RECEIVED: dreet: from New OrU-in by :
r ituitie.n of Oren relatilj ci'n. iuertd with J of said countY, deceased, in anil to the following: du'TiUd &c.. for site bv 1'. A. HAYWARD.
j Amos *Vttit, t'rricedvecterda morning (rem Manel, For the siMii R.mi..cnt, composed ol the Miiituof it J. !lb! 1 OKTI .sa:. prr ho'n.rs star sod H me. ,
rard to Knzland. It would I'tcty near to ot". | < land*, Ivinj and being in the eonnty ef Jef- March -il I-IM. 3,
Porto Rico, rqtorts that when Lc left the i-landon | T.een aril Wakulla counties. ''a' h'ishk I of M .sta ih..iu! CittuiZest). direct Irexa R
wh-1-' to ring land it would be the most distant of hr | for -repaid, toit
on, a
the >1h ult. American prod'ice was dull and brwisht liaslia I's-itH.. Frihie sor.uith R< m.c&t,<.< !iiposvdt>ftbeMilitiaot .\WwvL9'j i iZi-o \ .Uev. Miss '
c-e-' New Zalant! not exeepted llettext de!- The ? i .f: the X W j of Sec 1 -, ( t4t ( s
j 1.-w prices M<'las cnbd the znigbty effect that woald restdt from a The S W 4 of See \>p. T I ORT1 NF: huts |'ust rec ivrd |>er rehoonerAntau -
there werebut about 15.O< 0 callors left the m in ,
Jf "niM'frh mactints :' the true meamnz of which ke'. owinitotleheavv which || Tfie S W 4 of N H 4 of Sec >o.A (I from Havana, Ma Sison and Har.ulton countics.Frr _

was. a correct anprecia'ioti 01'eauea and ell eti.. and it difficult wa- to bring it to market rains rendered part of the S E 4 of Sec 2i, beius 5 1i1 acrm. in 1,1 M Cigars, assorted ,Coroannts. the ninth Regiment, run.pa.s.d of the Militia ----i------

a ic watching' cornine e' c' tHe the NVT corner of the same, Dualities, Fresh Cuba Totu< co SW 'liiuihia
and de- ot ( rouiiH. A LL indebted to tie estate of J
Sugar is.re arming (reek, prices were rersors Henry to '
then went into an eloquent .,.ition of the TheF.toftheN C4ofSec3l Oran -s, OrpH Syniu,
eTp liniiiu The it is >Mid is large. lat the tenth Re&tment. composed the Militia JLGasktns.. deeeas, late of I.ev County, are
eflect of a war with Dizlind H said that (Irencm crop The N \V 4 .t Ve 32 Pine Apnle Errrr VarIety ol vweiBananna '
and Marion
of .Laciua, counties. notitud that
Levy I nade
The of coff.-e light ItwasRfarct in tht hereby pavir.ent nu t s'ithe-iit s
would be t I Rezitnent. the Mi- sS. SIBLEV
market and t>rmisht huh $-& quintal or ccmpusrd ot delay Asent, as no further isadul- '
which would tn'ue betwt- n the most pi\erful ni- 'rcety per S. NandAhe. Hj March SI, 1-'-1C,. :e,
tot fair litiaol nentonand H INborou! h counties. gence can !>*' granted. ,'4

a, tion nl tlw world and our own, which wa the most immit\tmti quality.\ I mm a mi* ]j I IT1LLAII1SSEE ., j of lot No. C. ol fractional Sec l':>, in T ->. ( l4TlliN( ( lA'i'llG For the (wellthi llt-.tirnent, conalsosed of the Militia WE>LEY MANNING, Adnv'r 1

.: pioictne nati jn. If we should con.ine ourselves| to If IiI J.Nan.ir of Ius-al and N;ITI countitj. Fibruarv .'-, 1 IO. 3J --
the -J'nh degree, not one ol our citizens \\ould be cut nOLtSALE I'KIfLS LIRRLM. !1 ROHERT C. lITTiT, Adm'rJtf.rson A LARGE: s-rtment if M'RIM and SUMMER For tIe ihuti-eiiih Ikiruntnt, se-J of the Militia .
cT( from us, a none Lad settled north of that Ml Coni.tv March 21.1 1-1 te ""> tsale. CLOTHING : Also. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS! ol .St Johns, Orange and ->t. Lucie. Stile 1st Monday in April, 1S46.Bi ;
f salt l tn
received ami
would be protected. Hrwas opposed to war, n it tccUj bj tarr, I.lo\d '. I'laes; &c., just r For the f. rt trth Keuimer.t, coinpost-d of Miiil.a
Adiiihaiiala'lor's.t '
unt ot butf'Tthu Union L i H. GREEVBERt: &. CO. ShseiitPs ale. .
> Orep n Suppo* at of Dade aid tlnrc ronntiesA"
t") *! virtii" of an crdi of thtH n. Judi- <>f I r Marci! 21 1. l'I4. the en<3 of a tta jear's duasirfrj. war %.e should rlttdcor ; ) o :; '} I d order that -nd election be held at the a ,

,les in a situation tr> dictate peae ," what CANpLaMoud. i'5 a F7cSIs.rni. .1) bate for Lwri County I will, on Monday tb ttfrth % OliCc. precincts in the several counties, at which the>tricrjl the ( lerk's thee ef the Circuit Ci urt for the '. .

should we earn bf it a1Ve should not only hate a :,M U 4tJc day ol April, proximo sell before the CourtHouse elections! on he fir vveiKs aller date, the under-allied will .
door, in thecitv of Tallahassee, tlie entire interest .iplv Elisha B. Perkins is plaiuurl, sod II C. Allen's A4rninisirratiT
war with Lnzland, but a wr with Meeo. and COFEE.StI.uainzo.. 7 a UlIsviia -
an bv (held
O ordered to and bv the Insnectors
to the JuiLi ot Probate Lot Leon C'ouiitv (for letters were ap-
Indian war into the barjunVV Green, U aRu of (lie eState el Hubert Humphries, dc-fustd, I is defendant, 1 has,. I Isitd wport, ad .
to uiaanare such elections and il such In-
kliould have and tOe itt the following 1.UKto! wit ul adniiKutration en the estati ol John Judge, I pointed ; will expose for sale, beftre- the Court house SHOT. ini
to U
ni untjm ,
navies a
< serera ar- tail -
s"t"r5 tue act. then
caus or
NV4o1 S U 4,52o L'fS E !lS7ii'f late of said count deceasedLDW. ariy r< by i the of Tallaha.-k-.ee tl lie rih
,; riie5 about seven in all. at diflerertnotitMt'Xi'"an Laruir_, Jij lie city on Monday tty ef
tooperatc s-ich the \\fter- t utu L
as > ei
Inspectors re
ildters winder Fisli'li oficeri -11 19eCoiaticOrdiars 2, H 2, N and E. Sold to .satiMv the demands ajrainst ; \RD Ell.\DF iRD, > prej j April next, within Ugal hours, the foikwiugdexn-
w< proxied a HUH. II. BRADFORDMarch j cinc's may select And I lo Juriher onler, that the
and disciplined would be hard to beat. Instead lair 5 6cCorrere said estate. II .I. BIRCHF/IT Adni'rMarch bt-d propeity, to-wit :
to good a I returns t f said < lectin shall be made by the Iri -j i !
14, is. |i.; :-t; I f.wOIX pc
1'3 is Lot No. 23i with the
ot t te8 the agsressors we niicht be the a edlit BISAaGIte-New 18 21 irrprovrn.ents tbtrem.in
rre* 't'erkperytrd, a J trs thereof fi>it'iv\ith' afn r tin: cteetian, and directly .
next expatiated on the enormous expense of a Kat.tk U aliii4ia AyliiiIssialtttoi'., : (bte-(' t I I the Gover>. r and C' ni"i mder-in-Chitt ol the the original plan ef the city ef Tallahassee. I.

war, aadthe untold zr.zfliins that otilI te needed NEW SPRING GOODS Levied upon as tl be pn party of aid ale fesdsat.ast s-
U a months after data-, tin siudtrsiinuil will to akt Militia this state And I do t further order, that

to conduct it.laij BALI: rE-R.In.ky, per lb. 5 a 7 O his hnal rtttirn arid exhib.f, to the Jud e e>f Pro- the In*;) "tois of the various precincts shall set up to IM sold to satislv. said writ of fieri facias.March7.JI.4. .
; A. A. 1'ISHER. ShertfT.KOTICK. '
Grass, U et l2RAOGTTeGTWIWZ I H. 1')11tNLt hate for L' "n ( ,.nnty administrator on the tstitcof twenty Ujs lietonthe
Picayvnt P.rra-ThtrJ CJifutn 2S 3ll'LOL'siWestdru t T n' rt-eeisiia. jact trat taia.I dsi4 tI Roderi k M'-Innis. doces.-d. and a-k for a du- pnblic TIaras n their election district, notice of the .

l 1 1 J peeling per brie 1'econic trom New York, a liieej charge as mi h alrnc.i"traior. time of holding the election hereby ordered. IORFLosi OF MORTGAGE. ha tnt Ser it. ,
NEW ORLEANS, Saturday March 14-11, A. M. Ness a, Given under hand at the of Tallahaseee.th .
Yuck, j a.id well selected assortment ol FAN( Y AND ST\- JOHN MANNING, Adm'rMarch inv city ImcriT or FLOPIPVT '

highly Important Intelligence from the \rmjof -. a. Ij4llfltwTel, 4 a 1} 1'LE DRY GOOD;, suitable l or the! Spring and Suin- I I, l f. 31 CmF ( -.'('th djv of Ft-bruarv Ps-I';. 'HE hens of John II Sawyer, deceased, will J1.

C .ni cv *l, perbuwhel, 62i aloChbihibe 73 w. D. MOTLEY. GOV of Fia, L t"-
that 1 intend
Oeeupatloi : j ncr trade, consist ins in part of the following : please notice > institute p "C ed- i

40 a i iU fancy Print, i'anis Shade Robo, LIMr- aid Coin in Chief of the Militia thereot. ings, forthw ith, Ira the Circuit Court fur the .Swihem i ,-

Th< steamship Galve-tton ( spt. Wright arrived Oat, 75 a$1 Whit Linen Dri.l: ,I reiich Barfge-s, :FTBARIICL TIIOMASTON LIME, in good February 2-, 11';. 31 Circuit of honda, to foreclose the mortcape I held ls

at thn port at an early hour this mormnz She left FISH-Madterd, Xo. 1. jier Uarrel $13 a 13 Briwu '- order, fir sa't'! b> E BARNARD, Jr. upon certain real estate of John H. Sawyer,deceased
the bav of Aransaa the Ith. and the Galveston 'satinstripe
on city ol '4 1 M hajibbi7 To the frit'mis oT lie Insane.
ijrured Eansly :Graduated Robes.Cotlonadex March 14, 4'.. .I 4t in the city of Key West, situated at the corner of 4'
at noon, on the llth ins Her news is irnportaut. a' 1a
1. ,T. ;Lama THE Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, Duval and Front streets, and known as part ef let -

'a .a l eihthbbI. 24 a \ork Mixture., \Wt Musliu Gold Pens.TUST \ would intorm the public of the number three in s-juare number seven, acconfinj to 3

The ,main body of Gen. Tvl.r ,, army )l.ad marched a' .4 a, barrel, 10 a 11 Cameroon Nankin, ,Fancy, Blonde and Herna- received, |er Brig Cmeliue, 2 dozen Woodward's Southern States that by a recent law ef the Legis A G Bowman's plan of said cityCHARLES.
toward and
Brazos St. Jago. the last regiment, with n 2-'b.-4t1 Ga
laturethey are empowered r'-icive insnie patients, MALLORY j
Cotton mi Scarf, No. 1 Gold Pens, the best article manu
Gen Taylor 51,41 his >laft were to leave on the 12th Ilcrruig. I, barrel Oi a 7 London Drilling! Rich Satin sU.]>e Barege factured. For sale bv pavins Ixtard, (rum oilier Stati-s This is the oldest By S. R MALLORY. his Attorney. '
inst that
There were runiuf. a large force ol Mexican a' *4 1, liilf barrel, 3i a 4 the kind n the Union fcavinc been Kev West March 4m"
Light Plaid Ginghair; < Scarfs, February 28.1S40.' 32 P. A. HAYWARD Institution ot 7. l4'i 33 eov : .
had been concentrated the advance of "
tv> oppusc HIDE*-Dry, fr Ib. a a' Fai.ry founded by the Colonial Government in 1'7h' and '
Larista.n ])
Gen Tax lor', force, and lh<2,e produce] considerable ress Capes, The Upper mramiee Springs,
S aIc '
Green -
Cout Rich French work collars, $ IOTR Reward, is, from its location, best adapted for Southerners, being -
excitement The United Suite troop- were in the Deer ti.ua, o l icLABP removed from the cold of the Northand EAST FLORIDA. Ir
Irish I.iner.8, fancy Silk PoinU, Ai ED or stolen from the ,uh.
hizheot spirits The follow in expectation. ciders of Lave a. cvaflict been with uedb the fKTlb., ItI a U cLr Damask Linen Napkins, 'shaded fringe Pelka cord, 1.ri, on the 2'th February a dark brown from the ClitiS sting heat ot the South Its curative 1 HE subscriber takes this method of inJL 4

enemy.the ; i > AJ>-n r, |icr Ib., fe aLEarnr.aa.Harness. Towels, ,Igptian Mats, FILLY, nearly three sears old, irdly bn- calacat% is ot the hichest a'rdt-r : nine out ol ten forming his friends and the public, that =

General: per Ib 3Soh (> t j Ca'esTes'G'er. it ri-ecusedwithun the first six month* he has taken lease of the above establishment
L. C. hkf (ecr.b. super.) iSleeve and waist girdles, dle-vvise The above reward will be paid f'it the a
"IIi.A.i> Q.u ASTERS ARMY orOaccpATios, ) -, 2* a Cambrics and Jaccne-ttf, ?Ladiea* white and colored ddiverv ol slid filly to the subscriber in Tallahassee, I of the disease It is ra-i ol- acccs-. as steamers daily for a term of years, and will be prepared to ac-

Corpus Cnnsti, March s, tis. Jis tTpper, per id $11 a 4 iiJrened Gras Cloth, '.. kid Gloves, Leon County A. A. FIMIEK stop at a whart not tar from the \sylutn. The n.od"rn I lor.imixlate all who may favor him with their cmpa a

the army is about rnarchine to tLe): troi.tn on Doer Skins, 75c u 14 Irish and thnad lehninaa. Gents' do Marcia 7, Nl.' 31 <- treatment, Upti tLe Itufl-rtetitXtt sy tenx, is m I ny As rejjsrd- the mineral qualities ol the water

a delicate x-rvicc, the C&mraanih&g General vrishe Sheep Skins, SOe a 1 Cambric and Muslin (edz- ri ps rich Bonnet Rib- successful operation. Theapartments admit ol elassiti it cannot be surpassed bv any watering place toAme'ica i

it distinctly ui ler tood. thatuu |N i oa, not property i.t-Mill-Ii per thouiand lest, $14 a 11&IOLAMU ins* and inserlincs.) buns NoahLtist, <*ation of patients according to their state of uuud, The Springs will be opened by the first

attached to it, will be permitted to accoca] any tht. per gallon, t? a 23NAII Black Inminine Lace, 'I aucy Caps and also a complete division of the classes of society. etay! ot Mav. Charges moderate and every atttntwnw

troops establish thetns.-he*, itt tlit.r vi luity.either I *, per Ib., Ga 7 Gim|
on the route or on the loo Grange, ou any pretene.Lateser. olLaAN0pms-SpefTnpeTgaIlon, =1 1 a 1 J Printed Paris Lawns, A large ortuent cl ot hand -i md by lUzikuh Jerkius, ard We hive neat b d-rorms, a parlor tastefully furnish with their ctmpnnv.

It may s3eman godioadoalaueleaeiIertse Linseed, U a li { N S Sulphide Muslin, French Flowers.i pavablc to C C.. Mm.re, or hearer, for ssvcntv-fivr ed with curtains, carpet, sofa, centre-tableottomans. FRANCIS A. 11USO.V, Proprietor.

and annoyance tohe informed that rigid me isures White Lead, per Lep, ncre, 3J a i I Plaid Swiss Muslin, I in- straw Rounds, dollars, due OH tin drit of Jauuarv !SI' AH j Per- I mirrors, hawk and a pianoarv verandahs for summer March, 1S46 J 33 3m i

will be taken to enforce this r
is deemed necessary fur the mtere'ot* ol the public Porsvo'ee-itaron llaim, per Ib., 11 o 10* j. Plain Jwussand Book do. iortnce I A* paviiui.t will t? stoKd.a| [ id sic-h-s\ taken to rambles; a carnase for morning and evenins rides Police.! .

kerne c-. By direction of the General. Sides. fc aIl Ombr> Bal/ann, -Nea .olitjn obtain a renewal ol the .aunc. Dated Ft-bruarv 14, a reading room lurnished with books and newspapers SIX inontlif alter date, I shall present to the Ike 1

rt. W. S. LLi.Vx As t. AUj'l. t.en.* .4 SIIQ1IISICTS. Si a U Print.d P.ifMeil] lUitland 1M'. C. C. MOORE. ; and moreover various means of amusement of Probate for Jefferson County my final

!!hi.tv_ QCAKTERS \RUIOI OCCCP.vnox, } 4esa Ikef, yr 111 ti81., S a U Satin Stripe Mourning /Rich I. ice Februar> II, 1'1. ______4t' A Chaplain resides in the building and preaches t is account and vouchers as Executor of TbiDiac L

< rpus Chrisu, Tc\a, March fe, ls4 >. J 1ALT, peyS.ck. 2 a 24 Balzarines, |SVn Vicloriat nib" : iu- UOOKs, Ac.HISTORY the patients every Sabbath Letters i inquiry should Winds, late of said c<-unty, deceased, and shall then ,

Orders .\ ). 30.-The- Army ol Occupation being oAPtleTlb.. -6 a 7c Broche figured ,English Patterns be directed to Ir JOHN M GALT, Physician and applv fur letters of dismission as such Executor. 'is

about to take petition en the eit birik. ol the Rio 5rGR-Iew Orleans, ia-r Ib., S| i 10< Muslin, mourning Paris lacetriui'dThe a. of Puritanism l Ia v Thomas W Cuit, 1). Superintendent of the Eastern Asylum, Williams BENJAMIN MANNING -

Grande, under the orders of the Executive of the White hlacanna. 121 a ft and Fruit Trees of :\men-a, b\ A. burs, Virginia JeiKrson County, March 7, IS-I'S. 33 Cia :
al'ov were lected by a pentkniaii ol deciel J. Downing. Christmas II liduvs in Rome, bv W J. *
tmed States, the Geit'-t.a. ninia&iint oleetos it Double Reined L uf. IG a 17cHCMARK March 14, "I eo.vK
hi 11 : d tate, and he rest assured that) those who wili Kip, Lift of Paul Jtmti, \U-\aiidt-r Slidtli Mac- STARR, LLOYD A. PLACG 1 ,
prop r to etpres cope that the utov er>ie&t w
prove beneficial to all concerived, arid that nothing -. call! and examine, cannot do otherwise th.uiavvaiJ kenzie, The Practical \atr( nomer, by Tht,. Ditk, Tax Collorlor's Sale. now receiving, per Brig Emelme from New

tnav be wanting on hisftatl to insure M< ewairablc a COTTON We are IB receipt of Livcrpotl account him that credit. Erasmus WiN sri on healthy Skin. v irtue of the power vested in me by law I shall ARE and Schooner Horn* from New Orleans, I
He has also just receive-d from New Orleans : The hie of Frederic Sihiller, by Th",. CarhleVilev BY .
result, he strictly cojoiiu upon liu coiucund the for sale, before the Court House door, in Rio, Lasuira and Java Cof ee, loaf arid ensued Sugar
4lh inst cotton new unfav orable. The accounts Rich crnbr'd Canton Shawls aseitb1IJ'
to Crapo Library \
\ and Putnam's <> 2, Poe's Tales. Flour and
Wine assortment
for tin Brandy, complete
most scrupulous revraid ncl't ol all persons Madison County Florida, on the ,
New York m t sufticicntly to i figured Linen Catiibrie lor dresses, Citizen Prague. bMarv floss itt, Na'ils.
who may be found 111 the |eaceliil | ursMit of their from are > Firfl in 1S4G of Iron, Steel. i.c. l
respective avocations, residing on both banks (>f the show that effect on that market, but feai it will can- Pan Lawns, Lady of Milan, Newman's Kssav on Devilopcim. Monday Sci> }'ebruary2l.Ps4G. 31 I l
a. Fnbr.iiired It'{ ,!lta--.. Frtinont's Exploring Ex: |>edition, Ma-iomc Chart, the Itillowiiijj projwrty, or so much thereof as will
Grande- No whut-
ever Rio will interfere person-any, under laanmr any, prtciic wall the civil i a decline of i a \ ct. .. Black Thiead Mantillts-worth ?t i. American Constitutions, Mirs Leslie Cookery, pay the State lax due on the same for the year Is45, Just received by J. R. Fortune, $

tl lie but Long Silk O K. Mills, (new stile ) Past and Present, Carlvle, VIZ : 1 HHD. extra sugar cored Ham,. small size fer family
and religious dt.ges ol people, vu.
nglit priv. All which heofers on the most reasonable terms. SPlendid family Bibles verv low 1 he E i of the S E 4, and N E 4 of the S E 4 and I
< prices, use,
the utmost b tii Whatever be TlH! I'RE ?CYTF.RY OF LORIDA wil bold a
respect to may tt-!:
pay '
March Jl I'iI.SPRING ,. ". ) Clerk's Assistant the N W .1'| purporting to belong to George E. Dcniiis -
Baptist Harmony, Small lot Lard,
t-tatd 1'rovuU.iice in prime
required for the use of the army will U purchased illicit riwtini, ptrnuttiiii j
I Mercer's Cluster, Buck's 'I hcolo ical Dictionary, -taxes so cents Small assortment of choice Brandies and Wines
bk the departments at th<- highest market j jprice. the 1'reVivtcrian Church of Madnon, cominencmir 4
proper and E belong
Rmze S, Township 1, S purporting to -
The General commanding is happy to fay Thur'dav Aj ril 'il, at 7 o'clock, I'. Al The meet- \J & SUMMER GOODS. Shakspeare with forty cnirravinjs. to Sainuel Hadlev-taxes 52 a). 4 bbls superior Monongahela Whikey. 4.

that he Las entire couSdeuce lu the patriotuia and jog will be oneiu'd with a sermon bv, the Moderator, 1 ""HE aubscritms take pIa.asure in inlorciing the SCHOOL BOOKS, XcGoodm THOMAS LANGFORD, I February 21, S-t' __ ___31MASTODON
1J h's Historv 1T States and di
elis<-ibline of the arniy under his command, end feels and dmne s-nice will be continuance daily till the j JL citizens ol Tallahassee, and the Mirroimding I' School Questions to shfT and tr fffino T. C., M C. COTTON SEED, &c.

assumed that hi orders, as above ex re sed, i'eill!! be i j jtnctli Mondav foil-wine J. I'llCU'S, country that they have just re-ce-iv.-el by the last arrivals Parley's ommon History, Februarv 1-I. 1SI. 3*> Cm
Quincv, Marrh l'I.. Clerk of Presbvierv.i Parkers K\ercis on Composition, JUST received direct from Cuba and fur sale by J
elserved."Z. Irotu NVw York, a splendid -nltiiie-nt *>fi Davieslzebra.. Davies Len endre, FORTUNE, a small quantity cf Alend eiiV I

TAYLOR, Vcarereaiuestnd to annojnceIf. MILTON j jI i Fasliionabli, Fancy and Staple, Dry Good And I iHv's Aleebra. Amsworth's Latin DictionaryLevcrett's POCKET BOOK LOST. fane CUBA TOBACCO SEED, warranted t-i be gent.
'a Brig. Gen'l F S A. Cornu.anduag. i f : |
lluy will bt constantly l lioiu New York
recnving Latin Lexicon, tinz-dev's 'lacitus i ,
The ab.' hat been publishe-d lu tie I J. Me BRIDE as candidate for Colonel of (the Sixth Tallahasseeon Friday the 13th uine -
proclamation ve and New Orleans (sele-ctedby the first housis in the in evening
Latin Lessons. vizar's French Grammar, 1OST 2 KEGS OLIVES.
Militia at the election on Mon-
Spanish loazua e.aud zs..uoai u llic itihabilaata ol the Regiment, Florida (. small sized led morocco POCKETROOK
hove places, with the greatest care and attention, a
It.lmar's Kren* h Phrases, Envelopes l"r Letters And will receive in a few week?, direct from
li- Grande. day the Cth; April with the somewhat The book '
j particularly fothis market) all seasonable food in Perforated Paper Coral Necklaces and Amulets, strap vvorn. Richard Abbev Ya7fo, Miss, 25 bushels of MASTODON -
The first Brigade, under the cocmsnd of Rrevet | the above line, whieh they oliir low for cash, at contained J-4 > in bank lulls of the denomination of
f Just received Knielme and for
COLSiBLID. Will be pleased to the fo & c., A-C per Bria; COTTON SEED, warranted to be the real
: pive
R.'igadier Gen. W. J. \\orth, composed of the IJal-i Y you their store in Tallahassee or Monticello.L. sale he P. A. HAYWARD. 151s and Vs ; one note on Maj Jesse foe, for La.4as, article Call soon, if wish to be supplied. I
l Lieut. CoL Thos I, lowing plac ia .' IShope tio feelings dated about the first of December and due you
& w-n of Artillery, coumacded by a jour paper S* H. GRECNBERfl; I* CO February 2>, Is 10. '<-' day on February 14, 14'. SO
Child: the cilith Itein.eut sif lafabtr), CuRl ''of ddicacy will ;prevent you from rra'ilying us in March 21 l'l. ''"> (the first ol KUuary one note tinned by Lesley

raanded by I .
this resrn ct ours, Son I liens Harmony.r Just ReceivedA
on the mornibg of the IHh for their dt ti- j Land for Nalr.BY itt 5J1' past due, credited v>ithb5U, date not recollected -

lUtlCD. 1 COPIES OITHFRV HARMONY, just one note on William Evans, for !?2 >.5, ND for sale at the Phormx Building by J. R. For-
lion TJ.
j I sjThe iriendaof f ol. S. S SI L LEY will support virtue of an order and decree of th<
Lieut f'.2.1 ..7S I n-ctivid and l it sale bv the 10th ot March lN4" demand tune, CO boxes Enaluh dairy Cheese,
The 2d I>riade. coniaande-d by C loiiel f theSixth Kesiment, Florida Mi- Chace, Judge of Probate lor JefKr-in C..tnty, dated about payable on : upenor
him for < *> P"A
17 I!.\YRDSlale
M'iiilosh uodt-r I Nielii, !l'1i.! and other of value to 24 kegs best Geshen L'ntter,
ol the jtii rcirrctd ot Inlantry lit m, at the ens-i in? elect ion for Militia oflirers We directed to HS as Comnnssioiie-rt, ve will ofler at ; containing papers no

Major T Brown stru< k their t' iits on the inornin? the interest he has retofoie. lakrn to organize public kale, at the Court House, in the toxv.i ol Monticello any but the owner Ml persons are cautioned from lt>0 tine ned venison Ibm

of the iWh, and took up their line r>f march for the hope his Recinient, under the Temtoiial regime will in- '' on Memdav the auih ..\pril, the tract of land Tax. C'ollcrtoi' SaltS, tr..ding for any of> the above notes, as the under January 24,1<> 1( 27JUST

Rio Grande di sea tb- p-H.pie of Leon and Wakulla Counties to lately owned by Jeremiah Be-ntleydweasi-d 1, consist- Y virtue of the power vested in me bv law, I signed will apply Icr a renewal ot the same.

The 3<1 Brigade, cornnaoded by ('.>1. W. Whistler, re-elect him to that j 1a0.t. !I nip (ii l the follow parcels, viz : East J e-l N W LI shall eose tar sale before the Court Housed "A liberal reward will be paid for the pocket bock RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA FY

romposcd: of the "id H' nnent of Infan'rv eommanded M.NY ( inzr.NM SOl.fILR' I and h F. i of S W 4, Set 30, T :'I, R .1, N and E, W J *>r, in the town Jasptr, County of hamilton and contents, on application at this Othce.ROBERT j. K. FOKTTUM:,

by Lieut. ( ol. E 1- Hitcbf ock, and the 4th Infantry fl-2Nand V. and E N EVANS.
| N W 4S30T3, A R4S tcinltfr CfCrC RIME CIGARS boxt- of 10u
The next \ \ \
rommanded by Lietit Col .1. Giriaml, were _, of \MESW wifl 2"i, T .1, R 3, N and E, cortainin, in all Three Hunclred fret JFonilay itt Srj> March 14, 1S40. 31 4t ,

to take final leave of their r\A\ Corpus Christ rncarapmenf siipnrt him for the oTire of Lieutenant Colonel o | and Twenty Acres Terms of pale : On a crcd- the) following; property or yr. snitch thereof a.s will 12 doz. bottles as-' rted SUI:LTMEATS.yj .

oa Wednesday the llth inst to join thee the Sixth I'e runent, Fiondi Militia, at the election it until the first day of DeccmlK-r next, except so pay the State and County taxes duo on the same for Cu-rarliicr&lup. Ibs. Spanish Cinnamon CHOCOLATE.

main army. l| or. Mondai. Oth April. fl much as may be necessary to pay the costs of Court, the year 1"15 : npllEundersigntd, having this day associated! t tliemJ 2 kesrs OLIVES,
The steamer Cincimali, ind almost every- thir charges of Commissioners and advertising lite S E 4 ol Ser XI, and the E i of the N E 4 of selves together under the firm of STARR, 12 dozen GALVA JELLY

else. i is said to be chartered for the us' of the armv i iThenquadron l (tWr are reaUf'stf'd to announce THOMAS II., JNO. 1ST. PARTRIDGE, Se c 33, and the entire section 34, and the W i of Sec LLOYD and FLAGG, will Continue the mercantile February 14, It'd'!. so

of transports arr lolt-ave on the 2th i| prRNlTFT > a candidate for the office of Major of F. P. MILLER, :<;, and the E i ol the S W 4 of Sec 20, all ol T 2.R business at the Store formerly occupied by W F.

Inst., under convoy of the U. S cutter Woodhwrv.Capt I' the Sixth Kefriment. *t the election on Monday the March 21, MO. 3'j U CommuMonr 1Z. N and 11 The N E 4 of S 2. and the N i of Llovd, where they will be pleased to see their for For Ilavsina.fastsailmz .

Foster, and the uteamer Mor.nmuh.Gen flth jit.ximo s ;3;, Mid llu- N I E 4 ot S 4, T I R 12, N and E.pait. mer customers M sTARR,
Matamor' KcceUed on Consignment by J. II. Kortunr, the ot Hector \V. Brad .> packet
Gen u said to have returned to ---- -- -- ------ porting to belong to estate n W. F' LLOYD. "
P'th. I ANTAF R S Hobbard Mas,
nn the 5d inut The Mexican troops /Ai' tide ti.e Ie.1.the request of numerous friends, Major se IIIIDS New Orleans Sugar, a fine article, Also, the N W 4 of the S K 4 of S 7, T 1 R 14, February 15. 1M1. 31 F. H I-LAGG. ;
of each
Rio Grande-if any-arc said to be under the com- j I JOHN G. CAMP Las consented lo be a candidate O 10 hlids Shoulders, N and E., purporting to belong to the estate of ter, will leave, about and the 15th

rnand of Garcia Canales and SovcrieoIt wa reported i i for Major General of the First Division, Honda Hanv Washington Dunham month, St Mark Apalachicola i
2 in A 1l6.
aSailc 1st Monday riltfeheriir
] For onlv to ,
in Gals ton that Gen. Taylor had made a j> Militia. Important businc renders his nbeence for 1ft bbl*. Prune Pork, Also, the S E 4 of S 31, T 1, R 13, purporting to passage 141S46., apply 30 PhouibrrilT'

rerusiticn for more troops but the report v.aa 1 a few weeks absolutely necesaar. Considering the Id M Mess belong to the estate of Benjamin Chaire Mtlr.BY February \ Itusldiag.

doubted I office one of honor rather than profit, neither to be 40 Fine St. Louis Flour. Also, Sections 2i and 3.'), in T 1, R 12, N and E., virtue of a writ of lien facias, issued from

Corpus Christi Las Leon lilerally abandone The I i sousht for or declined, he will most cheerfully iierve, March 21.1 Mft. 35 purporting to t elong to the estate of Thomas Livingslon. the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the > Sale.B .

hangers on of the are leaving for the East a* |I should his fellow citizens confer their suffrages upon County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued (rem
sirmy I>ollnt ICc\vard
fast as poinMe The 'te-peet so strictly enjoined j him- One Hundred > Also, the W i of the N EjofS33, Thomas Brown is plaintiff and Jacques M. Hugin'i the Clerks office of the late Superior Ccnrt fcr
for the rights of private will meet with ? FOR the gentleman who stole from my TheE 4cuftheSW4ofSit3, Adra'rs are defendant, I have levied upon sand the County of Leon, Middle District of Honda,

V universal approbation. property I iO-Weare authorized tu announce A. K ALLI- in the 10th District of Houston, ai The F. { of the N E4ofS33, will expose for sale, before the Court House door, wherein Mills Judson is plamtifi, and Pat Keu's

__ I SON as a Candidate for Brigadier General of the Secorid i_ j_ blood bay GELDING, five years old, a little The W J of the S E 4 of S33TheNEoftheSE4of ira the city of Tallahassee, on Monday, the Cth day of I=:a'ra. sit defendants, I have levied upon, and will r

From the A" (I. Pieayunt, 141k wit \| Brigade florida Militia, at the election on the elisi) d-faced, and show the Janus blood by form S 33, April next, within legal hours, the following described expose for sale before the Court Reuse door m lie

Mexico Ajraln. '11st Monday ia April.CI1ARLES and other marks He ban a fine lofty wslk and a very The S W 4 of the S W 4 of S 27, all in T 2, R13, property, to-wit : city of Tallahassee en

hort back ; his legs are perfectly black, fine hoof, N and E. Also the E i of the X W 4, and the W Lot Wo. 274, in the North addition, and Lot No Monday, the 6th day of April next,

By way of iwacola we have received the follow-| KV 1!. DUPON1 is a Candidate for and inclined to turn his hind legs out in the hock i of the N E 4 ef S 5, T 1. R 13, JN and E., purport 23, in the North We-t addition, lying and being in within legal hours, the follt-wmg described property
lag letter, written by an American gentleman, for a [ General, Florida Militia, First Diviiion, at the I he stolen
Major joint aa he walks. am certain wan by a ing to belong: to the estate of Hardy Bryant. the city of Tallaha-see towit :

Wt time iojournulg tat Vera Cruz to a fne-nd inthucounfry. election on the first Monday in April next.f white( man, and I will give fclOU for lain and the Also. the N W4of S 20, the W ioftheNE4ofS2f Levied upon as the property of said defendant, and The right,title, interest and estate of Patrick kerr,

It u no later than the new we have Pre- Col. WILLIAM horse, or ?IO for the horse alone ). the N E 4 ol the S W 4 of S 20, the S W 4 of the to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri tacias. deceased, in and to a lot of ground in TalUhawte,30
ly received direct from Vera Cruz, but throws 5U K reauthorizedtoannounce General of the Z LAMAR. SW4ofS17theEofheSWofSF7theSWlofthesE,4ofSl7ahlinTlRangellN A A. FIShER Sheriff feet front on Monroe street, running back Went 160.

additional light upon the question now agitated in \ILEY as a candidate for Major election the Perrv. February l'7,146.< 31 4t March 7, IS-Pb 33 By W. FIUHER, D. S. being portion* of lots of No. 174 and 171, IB the
relation to converting Mexico into a monarchy The First Division Honda Militia, at the on of the ef Talhabassee.
| and purporting; to belong to Edmund B. Vass.SE4eftheSW4ofSlTIR13Nand. original plan city
le ter, w* think, wilt! be found interesting, and is first Monday in April _ For Sale. } .. Just Received by J. H. 1'ortuae, Levied tiponM the property of said defendant, and
dated TWO ,
Capt JAMES A Also purporting to belong to the estate of Wm J. Mills ') BBLS PRIME LARD, t:, be ,ol rn satisfy rod writ ngGershCIM; '
authorized to announce complete.
Vrm+ Lira, February, l64. ftv Wi are MILTON J. BRYAN A. 'A. FlSHEK.'Sn tra.
in hi'J aa hour boat ii to lire the wh&rfcr the SCOTT ts candidate! for Brigadier Gcseral the A light TWO HORSE ROAD WAGON, with geat 'keg* B A. .1. I'naxn.T t
shff. and fr officio Tax Col H Co 10 bbls yellow Irish Prtat s
.1.etian] '
iet.s.iol!, and( t>jlt tire j will ijetote to givinp you a Second Brigad Florida Militn. at tisa nit -op and feed troujb App'r! oVbri Febr'isrt 10i'> "** 'r March I'F sits rs'hiesaIy2', f'.I' 32
t'i'wt ,Vttch in April r 2S .4" t
nf matter tn*! th'n; m hw 'ser Re 'th'firit MArdsv


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.l ._ --:-: lft- ___ __ w- ----- -- I Sew York City-So. 151 Broadway. State Tax-Collector* Bale.T > -
: Cj I m I:
Take Not ice. iIAr.
Collcior Notice. Y virtue of the
Tax ) power vested in me by law, I .h.n
T HAVE this day levied n'ofl l'Jts :bo,. eicht. nine, I \ N extra price ,will .paid for Hides stretched' GENERAL AGENT. IIOUSE .'1\D STAIR .ItUILDIN: JAMES J. BIRGE 13 expose for sale, before the Ccurt House door
t\ LV AND m
with > alter the Indian fashion, by ATTORNEY AT '
1 and ten aad tleven, Mc irs aurvey, containing f mmmCOJBIAIT i1tLDl the city of Tallahassee county ef Leon,

uteen hundred acre of land more or le *, I lying between I Ma>Y'. i I"I i5. __42__ M. L.. BAKF.K._ City of >Va.hIuglou D. C. : GERARD VINGERHOETS, taken the above store between the CITY On tM first Monday in August nett

Little River and RuckyCocitort, audio t.; JtJ.j Jlddlc Circuit of I'lurila. >TI.t: : !! I LLY announces that he will attend t.e.rt door South vf Me UHWX Bank.) HAS and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he ,

before the Court Hou s door, in I'l* town Quincy' 11).. to the prosecution ol Claims before the several selection of FRENCH the follow ing property so much thereof as will
CJKCUT COURT OF JITFERSON COUNTV. notice that he u prepared to will keep on hand a choice
the State Tax due the
I4ofor the Coa'it ol t the Government, and GIVES pay on same for thaycar
the first Monday m July ) cUtl\C IVpaitinent VEST-
his friends and the CLOTHS CASSIMERS
CI To S.nH TLRH, 1S4<3.ChiHinn United States for Lands Money. public AND ENGLISH W i.W 1. S IS. T 2. R 2.l" and E. .djobui"
he .
Utei du'. Gadln. t Cv'inty for t y ear eighteen .' I claim* ,.:&III..t the I with articles cf CABINET FURNITURE INGSc He would respectfully solicit a continuance -
anl the claimants Ble 8, ) u-ttlfiiH-nt ot l'llblicC'count*. t.' claims: be- any lands belonging to Col. R. W. Williams
dre and rc'I'13)) costs.by the : believing oner not
forty) :, made up in a style not to besurpawed of the patronage of his Florida friends, -
cf Forbes' Purchase, the property ol" the ApsUchicol rs > Petition to foreclose a moi tgage. Cominu'u>nrrsUfuKr JnJi.HI Clr .tl..r Tr. iti-- entire known.
workman in the State enabled to then the most
he will
Land Company William B Perry.. ) I.u Pre-em; IWO and .tlwr Land CUimai. l t" tile. j J' and at prices by any corresponding with the satisfaction. give The E i, S E 1Sl3.NF. I ofNE1SslofNWJS24T2.R2.NandE.Wl.5W4

JAMES .t. MCMILLAN.Qiihcy. 'I 'MIE dsfcndaa't and all persons interested are here- '( :i't! Land Patents to Pen-ion m the Army tunes. Bureaui Tables various kind, Settees 37 .

Dec. ??. 1S45.. -.il to Tax Collector_ J. by nc titied that the petition in the above caewaj I a-id Navj..r b-isinesconnected: therewith. to tl..- Wardrobes,,Sofas Chaiis, ai.d description and AprilS_ iSj5._ n S IS. N W lot K W 4. S 1V.T 2. R 3.Na.ndE; S

JOHN KKSMIHC: :- --- this d.flt" in the CJct of the CUrk of the obtaining vt Patents lor HOientitic or useful Inveniotw style cf Furniture male to order every or repaired at the Ac\v, Extensive and Spin tl>dASSORTMENT W4of XV j. S 19. S W l lot S W 4,519. T2 R

Circuit ( Jerson\ County, Middle Circuit I .airl to all other buiiii sof A public natute re shortest notice. He is also prepared! to contract for OFOLOTy 3NandESIofNE1.S24T2R2NEsituated .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.Qulccy Florida, and arc hereby required to file their objec- j < uirinc an Afcut. I is i C lying and being about fifteen miles north
the other work
| : building of Houses, and such as LQTHJNQ]
: Florida. I;-,:11. if anv they has e,according tol I.'.,. Said. mortt'd Claim* against individual promptly
tttend the Justices,* C.."irt of Gad-Jen : e is on tie follow ifl.; proper to-v\it : a certain titles -otlj.lhd. 4.c. this department will be such as to induce thuscdcsirious THE (f CLOTHS, c.1SSLfERS'a'T- Store or to the Miccosookie Lake, purporting to b,.
WILL the Circuit Cuurt ot Middle Florida. tract or parc.l of J.fel I lung and IK ing in the Countyct Information ijiven free cf charge. All Utters: lobe long to estate of Throphilns Ilvman.
: of buikltn t"> _'nt.laim! employ white the 'Iualit INGS which! they are prepared to manufacture in
of iciterlon! and the Monticello The E I. N
Counties ot
C.uih the adjoining town
*oi the in adj.nce-U Grr I. .. post-paid. of his work, if it does suet turpass. ds ill at least the most fashionable manner. Also, a large supply ol' ElandSEjS23NwJ.NE1*
November 2', l5i3.:: Is tit n the Suth. and trontinz the road leading; to Pal Jll.TERE.NCES : cuaIany work done in thi.'tC'it S36.T3.R2. .'; .J.SE4.S 29; W tot

,- Sentinel <"opj'. __. mer's ; Jil. nic-v-unng tizhty too ( *,) led tront.two It! 'M :\ '*. WIIITF, U. S. Senate. """o the citizen of Tallal..issre! and! s'irroundini BEADY MADE CLOTHING, W J, S 30( T 3, R 3, N and E., situated near Maanington -
._ ---- : 'J I) feet South hum ,aid road aiiJidjoir.ing E. A.HANM.OA.V purporting to belong to Lewis Conner
turrtcl made ourselves,) in thelatest style consistingin sad
country, he would return his most hearty thanks forth ( tip by '
;, .
: E U p Chriti.n BlesA un the \t, and knowsJin as toLt. :. Rvnaow, 4 .* patronage he has heretofore received, and trusts part of the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Com pan?.
i lot r>n which Samuel C. Craft n..l in the .. JAME SEMPLE TbeElSE.LS9 W ISWI.sjo
year ; N VV J
I MERCHANT that !he continue to gnu 'ati:factuni. and enjoy Frock Dress aid Business Coats : ; .
COMMISSION I .. tray ,
Jstt. Dated :i7tli :\rmbi-r, 1-45. I.). R. .TCiI1aO1s, S15TlRl, Sand F. ; S13TIR1.NaOdE.
their .
No. 4. Frwut l.eree. N :JCTS &-. SPENVER. .. C". A III.Y *. confidence' and.favorIVbrnarv 0 Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Cotts except the E J, S E 4 of aid stcticn; also E i I. N

NEvoRL1ANs i Le. SliciH" k-r Petitioner. .. J. J. HA&DIN t,( UliQf\i" P. |si> j ]v ___ Cloaks and Overcoats, Tweed Saa Gotha W 4, S17T2.R 1. N and W; EI.X W 4. S 9. T

l-nd to BUYING, itcci:1v- R-ceinWr! f;. JSJ5. ?<* 4m 41 S. A. Io ,.. IFikJJ and Beaver Bus. Coats& Surtout:. 2, R I. N aijd W., adjoining the lands
WILL 'EII.tG. _____ ___ _. u_ __. _- .. <;(; \!. D: /: J; ;E.'J } J -,:. belonging to
:(and \\ ) : \Ith promptnestad Notice.OIX rILU11:1:. of K flllJI'ky.. Plain and Fancy Vests, Geo. T. Ward Esq'r.,about five miles couth-vast ot I
despatch. month after date, I s1slI apply to the tO- Jou"rTtlT.fluJiUla. Black and figured Satin. Silk, Cas1.IDfre.'alfnria, Tallahassee, owner'not known. _
November I*IV If S. SOIPI-K. TheElcSWofS5inTiRlNandSOacres
O : and Silk Velvet. W.
orablJu'Ue >f Probate for Jell.-rson! ( : .
C. II. Lake Jackson
NEW BOOKS, &.C. : J.aeu cf dismi.ii.in as Adrr.ir.ijtrattr of Joel J. WuiOHT.MITH ; ,' PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Charles Williamson.near purporting belong to

THE s'I-nbr lui just received per Brigs Meti-I U'alker l Ute.of ,said -01:1, J"tast. J. 15. IVnvi.iN.: ,.f Mis-i'Uri. ALSO A VERY LARd .tS5ORTME'5T Ot TheNVjofSW4S2# ; E lS E 4, S 27. all

h. I'I' Cotton ,
ot' the! following i article-: I I ((ptlh'r''I :_ ______ :: __ 44 \ Doi>i.', ol V;'iscon,ia. Collars, Lambs-wool, Canton situated, lying and being abut fourteen miles northeast

SCHOOL BOOK* I the Circuit Com of llici Middle Circuit April "V2, l-r. ';. Stocks 1 and made Flannel and of Tallahassee purporting to belong to the estate
Of used here, formerly 01 generally .
every variety riorida.IN. ---- --------- -- --- -- of Robert Humphreys.
Cravats, Jeans Un used in chooU, together with many' new \\orl. onGeosraphv. I CuvNcrnv.IV I 'Prove all things and hold fat that which 1, ;. .' I riiANciscis>KIICj : Glo\es, Irawers.hland'chiefs Also thefollossingtown loU: Lot No. 220 in the

Grammar, Arithmetic. &, & HAMILTON COUNTY. : silk camHalf I Hose original plan lit the city of Tallahassee. and part .r
j rpKES i his met!& d 1 t'' inform the public! that h* ,
BLANK HOOKS J. hn F. Smith I lot No. 174 in the north addition to the city of Tilahassee -
Hats and
of jr. I I" .- removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the brie &.C.Suspenders Caps,
Of size and description < [ also lot No. 7G in the south half of the
warnte Bill f-r Divorce.
ever ; I building I formerly, occupied by Starr & Co., next dooi Boots and Shoes, kc.
miter aa at such low pncei none S SIT of said
nee Sarah Smith. county quarter city.
I '. IVtkVl'in Manulactory, in the rear ol which he
chase elewh.r appearing: to the satisfaction cf the Judzf .> VEGETABLE PILLSrpllFNi mtml, tfl carry on the business cf a CABINET Eury requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobecan Also the lands purporting to belong to the Apaachicola .

PAPERFoolicap th; affidavit of the comIIain3nt'.Slicit"r th,,i M.\KEIJ, ('xmHT.-\Kr.r.alld l"PIIOLSTERERand be found at their establishment on the most reasonable Lard Ctmpany," lying in the couiity of
anl Letter Papers Ir-tM $2 .iI to 67 & the dt-f'-adant is ident of the State of Fl., Leon bounded North by the line of
a non-rt-< i ;' terms. Our stock will be replenished by the demarcation
thin letter J': PILL. vMier.r thev tue been fair.. t tt-fis; n.ll prepared to eu'Cuteny orders in either
per re m. A new article of irry paperto rili in the State of Georgia: It is ordered.Tint I arrival of almost vessel l from New York, during West by the Ocklockny River &uth by the ccnnty
f French and American ri.jinr t .-. have .-,> itn .n, "ii 'in ,i.ihlc; relrbntv I 1 .! the above branches of his business. every )
suit the n-\T po"taie hw > the said defendant .l'c! and an\versnd I : the Mr. of Wakulla, and East by the St. Marks Biter and
al't: : season, by new goods purchased by
; with th best materials f
,. piiBlottinz.. Enrel- and .Lr.' diiiv MI 'r '-it!ny '" iii -t l'r.-.ratiolis ot 1 1UIodwl1t'.1U | I lit- i- proid tl for the
m-ivjfact'jre caj \Vra.- bi within four month, or the sime shall IK- taken artirKs of Cabinet STILLMAN, who will remain North dunn; the known as part of For bu' Purchase."
fh which 11I..1I11.c1\jr! of new Furniture
N-'te fillet! Paper" <-ui: i'u : ii.- they are i ,
ope. Tune O*: .I .11 confer I'foriilfJ That due be [ A. A. FISHER
: publication winter for that We flatter ourselves
: by
Bureaus: Tables
STATIONHIV. recommetki. 11.-: ar r ii.ii., ''idrt! t b\ tlu-//r-I such as Secretaries. Bedsteads
male of this or.l.>r in some newspaper printed in this th..ir.c.. Xc.. in the n-afest and most trfecttvle such an arrangement and by selling EXCLUSIVELY Shff. and ex-cfficia Tax-Col. L C.
GillottXtVnzht'*, \Vii.ilanJ other Steel oily as t the b-st rathartif and .iMTint| iiieiiicme in |>
Pens- Circuitinrc ok fir tour month successiv tlv'. 24, 1 '"Ij. 27 Cm
w. FOR shall be enabled to sell January
we cheaper -
ren Silver Pens, Gold Pe- *. -.rub case, the best ar- lI.e 'Inline, the ::en..r.1 l siee .4 t" the comtnunityye I 'tt Mi will abu repair any description' of furni-
Dated -Mth t-ir.. than other establishment in
tide: Q'nll t kind Clack, Hed, ObH. i them the deeiled! pnfrfiire, and fro\their ile"rision t t... any the city.11
Tax Collector' Notice.
m 'Iftduret .f:1 \" DOUGLAS J in of
want invited
clothing are respectfully
He W'lild 11l"Jroft.illl thank-to the citizerns persons
and \o. u.Jl. there is return
Ink H k. Fairy n<* appt-.d.
Kl-i: a xl o; }ia4 < M. O"BniE.., Complainant's! Solicitor.A call and and for HAVE this levied the
trial I Waters, .! Was, .'.1 IJo\., Ink Staa.h.Pvwa The follow: Miroin Mr. l Isaal' :\1. Thomas, merchant of/ TalUha-! rrthe libtral patronage he lad al- to examine: judge themselves. I day upon following lots or
ail; : true c.p* from the minute / acontinuanre CLARK & STILLLIunroe \:, tracts of land: The north west half of the northeast
Pen Rack at Talladesa re-nly ru'eiveiljaLdresjiectfully a
Wafer CiSli t C-jps, : SpriiisAlabama :
Iov *, : : J. S. MARION, Clerk.Ne.rnh.r : street, next door to Starr k. Flagg. quarter, and the north east half of the north
ir lie hunstlt
th favors. to satisfaction
WackSanF TALI.\DEU .. .1| a pledges
Pen Haider. Rulers Re'l Tape.; Inli Pi'iWw. % 'rJu\ Tallade Co., ) > give
I 1"l"! 17 4m November IS 15. 15 tf west Section
1. three
quarter twenty-one. Township j
li--r-. Card Ricks. Kill Lnll AlabaliBH_'M 17. I'12.I'liii J I. all who may glIwl, their order both in
ito.A 11 nca ----- ------- ii tocertil> that I Io.t"<- I..-,-fl a''licti-l with! price ami pnlit> f hn v\..ik.' ---- ---- -- -- Range three containing one hundred and sixty acre j
letter Stitups c i (; A it .
M'CANTS & SPENCEnA'I"rOnXEYS of land, more or less arId to be sold before the Court
J.HI'lJr IO.I"lli.J 2-r
) \ IU' COOK" sick lu-adachc. lUificp ia, I'lul! !la "T rurnplaint and >
i-cIL l'IIINCIPE I : CIG.\RS of the folow! House door, in the town of Qnincy on the first Monday
--' - -
.a.u-tj liv,kNo el lf *a-l Mand- -)6 000 c.')>ti-.enw for the l.i-t i.'lit r .iirie \.-ars during A'!' LAW."II I
threat \ inz choice brand* in for the taxes due Gadsden
July 1S46 County
.rlVork., with most *!" !assortment U'Cibl' which! tune I bait l jk.I ::.. :.i- \\<.11\ a. I rec .ll.Tt, about I LEWIS & AMES
I'raer nnlu, Annuls!:X<-!. 'Ja to :anz cmstati', and Del Vapor *its_ b.\," of Berkwilli'Till! *. t\ <-l '. b-At-sut Pe.icr' /ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle DwV County for the years 15>43, 1S44 and 145 and co4s.
3'pc.j (aon Regalia UKALEKs I\ f trict and the Court Appeals, and in th. the property of Malcom Gilchrist.
CU .. % Pills, and a 'imuil r f tw\ -s of f ('Iarnpi"r.1!
ll l er<, Cr-jo'ie", %rUR\! '* Kanei; Pen, 5.t. Primavcra, and J Brandreth's I'illtl1 of n !III..h al't, >nl iw but I Dru-, MedicInes I'alut,, Oils! lower Counties of Georgia. Office at MonticelloFla. JAMES A. MdIILL. N. I
( nt'Jl: Dec. 2Co. Tax Collector.
II.'J Imperials.Tulipana. Quincy 29,1S45.
Sept. 21, I% II. iIVEW
Packet., rrmi.iz. Haatmx. pesk aaJ Lidie* Miniature IOIKHI little i.r no r'.It.1 U.t, I was H-omrriendt-l to Toilrt( Artiflev Perfumery, if. Window Glu,

Knires, lfii.nisei'rs.. &e. I Ictlrs(1 try Dr. Spencer's V.trIade! l 1'ill.s \M wn.i. I MJ I HOOKS.IV'EP.STF.R'.S Administrator's olicC'.
FANCY (KODS, & Tnltf" for I never had but <>n.- aH.I('" ..( the sick !niiTIK": BUfSHIS A>D COLORS
Just receired and for sale by DOMESTIC ECONOMY; an EnV months after date I will apply to the Honor.
Tortoise Shrll, Pearl and Silk Velvet Card Cas< after I C'ftmml'nceJ taking the Pills (nil\\ about ltssVnrr, Ac. \ SIX
P. A. hAYWARD.Nrernberll.li. cjclopedia, cornpriMne such subjects as are Judge of Probates for Leon for let
frKn SI 3, tt SU I eath, Lt lies aid: Gentlemen's Silk 11 months) and I randidh ruutf# .-., that I Imtr del ind : ,['J II:a'..\e con,:aritlj on hind arid for sale at the most immediately! connected with housekeeping as ters of disnisiion as administrator of tbe estate ot
Uruihe Nail aid Comb more real benefit fr'"n'I the U' ol t ;
Tonth Pills
8ruti' SjHiirtT's .
I'tiriJ. '. 1.\\.t maiket prireu
Edifices, Furniture, Servants Food, Fermented Li- Joshua Sill, late of said Ct.untv. deceased. J
G.iM Pencils! S.lv-r. do.. G-.ld Thimbles, Cash Advances. than frt>m all the other Mc+hiiics and Pill thtt I
Utt'H. tUf-rs Uress, Carriages, Health &oc.. &c., by Tht'i. SOLOMON; SILLS, Adm'rFebruary (
Silver S'I'rM Ri-kletb';best.piality of Needles, have en'r taken, and I v.-uldrnestl* reroinr.i-iul! \.<>. .I.r" acr<'jt van*.ty of articles for family Webster and Mrs. Parkes with nearly! l/XW engravinss. 7, IS46. 20 6m*

Ivory ail BatTali H-jra Uresin ro ih., 1:.1d.r, J. It. FORTUXi: them 10 ALL. aUin: in in\_ opinion: (t.t. l IIC'.! medicine n-f, I'r-Ln, "ln t. ".npers, 1 c.'r"lIi'dIJIIC'ell;, if

MiSto Seals! aid Waf, n. f'ar Ihi. in u-se for all liree.-riug complaints. Tli. l'ill. (. ,,, __ .
; *> fiarttl 1 to advance on COTTON rcn., np1 l to Ciimnt: .Jdh 011Oil.| hr. 'rurt.lm.nJ", The \andermg Jew, complete in 2 ols., price NEW BOOKS, Ar.rpOWNSEND'S ,
ail ; r< for Window Cur- I havf done me .o murli, l, tint I \11.1111.1) feeL ;
; Pbi I'uur-d reei pi. MesM. FRANKLIN HENDERSON. New orlean. !io ) I{".- :'III"'f'l1'at'r.I <. sp-rrii, Canrilfotii -. &e. I'-Jl ctThe-. Bible arranred in historical sad .
lain?, pjrnHsioi Cap, : li.h and French Powder.Flasks willing! tv be \\111.(11' ihrm |I..r fi%.. dollars a box :
SN .5iRraiEdT 'JF Elements: of M"ralitincluding Polity by J. chronological order, in 2 sd l!. cct.,
Giais U*!*, Gui Tirke., Lib<-li, Thermo- and! I r.nnct but fi.l 1 \tr> icratetul to Dr. [.enr" r to'lV .
OtnSer2iI'tI l | 11 Win. Whew ell, M. D. ; 2 Sufferings oeter. PU>ia;, \i.itin.t, Priltins 3".llr. nub) -------- -- .------- .- for hu i114 prep.trt-'l surli a taliiabitdicin -, aii.l\ .Am-Jr:1nr c Jj Dj The Journal of the Texian Expedition against Youatt c n the Horse,Dr. Laidner'lectures,11 No..

Cards. Chapman's Itiztr Strops.; < ", 'ita and! ::;. tIe iribution of i it is cont -rritc' .* ver great tivtir <; of 1t41.S.N.v.niI. Mi-r b\ Gen. Thos. J. Green.lurbiru's Thier's life Napoleon, 5 N>,..

Vialia Striitzs eW I'hic l<'Pianna d Guitar 4.C. \ \C Ion the pu'iinus! it n a thinz .>> the utmt importance !,,-r .-. I i-tj !!, ; Observations the .ast.:2 voIV The Chainbeam. Caper's last work
with a treat ,tearMy of other good tic,f'lrerO'I: & Coiiiiiii'ionIerrliaiii.. that ettrv f.imih -.h..ulllla\ -'11I1.1t' l I lr.Spenc ) -- -- Narrative of a Mission to Cokhira, by the ItY. DonceLue, by Charles Lever

tome3tl.u. S POKE: m Hay'\ard'-f.Buildinz recently (OCllltJb | !: ('i's tr'h'" .Ih! : .bj! ;t Pil!:- ent.nh1! ;> o'nhi md.; : Jc eph Wolf, D. D. ; L. L. D. The challenge of Barletta from the Italian c(

0 Ura'K-he BOOK!, Blanks BINDING H-jled and Bound t(or- mav be' ML-S cointnande'l,M. Starr.in the f :above jr, where line.his best: 1.e 'J I'' ':/)- Fr..1. i-. >if. JMT Ki-v.I IS..H'1: \\ itll lull f110r.S.I' ,dirtctioi J.: [II TOOTH ACHEDK I XFWE'OL ic.Author's D'Azeglio Theobold or the Fanatic by Henrich

*1 al.t size or *tjle re fired: old B. :rNotice. Forlie. in Tall iii ,.,'". t hL, ..wi I" & .\>u!. ."I".! Daughter, by Mary Ho"in. Stilling, The Visionary, by Schiller
o& --- Fiddler Only a Fiddlerand the Authors Daughter by Mary
I ---- j \2MtSXMIM.; \i't-i. "l'J'\o. 'il.titi. t I I.J! [ L Only a ,

c ALSO (x *tie a Cowing Prti, price >l'". i SM "J.i.\(win.
P. .\. 1.Y\.Yl. SIX monthaft. 4: t'i. I liall: prevnt ny ...mifi .. in iilrnt*,' all "}. t'.wi- .11 1 x lit t r. in the Slat ELIXIR: a certain and immediate cure in all by MISH Ellen Pickering; Amaury.by Alei. The Foster Brother edited by Leigh Hunt
I vouchers and apply, to the Hon. Judge cf Pr -. Mrs. Gore Three ina Knights of the Seal,Three iarht.-in a Lifetime.
15. 1 5 15. ar1 Jun 14. \\t< I t"; filii I i h.m-.c, relief fewinimttr flImagathonia., bv ;
retb ai'-x : r S'--\ere in a very The
ode Jeflcrsin Countv for J letters of : LAW iTct1I. Evwutor of the et.lt of D"'i.llal, late of said 1 .. and that ton. without any injury to the Mansfield Park ; The 1I0 't ar.d Butler Correspondence The White Slave, Maps of Florida Book of Law
T -'h or Gums; It possesses the piopt'rly'of enli- : American Almanac
deceased. Forms for 1546 Albums Gold
County, ,
VILUAM II. ".nin the Gurns when morbid and of A.C, &(.
ROKfBROtGI&AlGlSt :; in a state re-
t JAMES: HART i\rrutor Just received, Ann Eliza, and for sale Pens &c.
1 V TUS E. )1XWfLL. practice pirtnerhip. r tonn!; a healthy and vigor"II action.' by Bug by
t counties of the Middle 1. l"t" _I t_r.m Proc P. A. 11.-\"WAR!.
They wi aten -I (f)' V cents per phial with full directi"ns 1
District, of r1 ;. ckln and Franklin coun 1.\W XOTICC.ATTORNEY : : f'or sale in Tallahassee by Lrwis & A>ir sole T lllaha "{. Dec. 13. 1I5. 21-tf Morse's New Geography' Parley's New National

t tie, in the Apalachicola District. Thecnunty of \ ents ; SAMTEL PVCLESION.. Monticello; J. L.S'f 'graphy.ntbnn. Homer Horace,Cicero, &.c.Bullion's .

Thamas, f.orI&. The Court Appeals of Florida, Wo w ALi.'wooDQtuncyandmaj be found on enquiry in 01]jH] lrjYJA9 E'N3. English and Latin Grammars,
Couts of the United J Latin Reader Latin Tater,
aad the Di.tnc and Circuit almost all the towns and villages in the State.
States at Tallahassee. AND COISELtOR AT LAW. I i iaulncy ARE: .now superseding! every i-lher medicine of June II.IQ'1 'IS. 17 '-m Annuals for 1846.nnilE Emerson's Arithmetics, three parts
RESIDENCY: Florida. i iU to the "public tor the cure of Chills and I -_ Eclectic Readers three parts Acgells Scries.Corastock's .
- -
Fevers Wherever ththaw been Used have Leaflets of Memory, Xature'sGC'ml.The ,
they Greenleafs
Philosophy, Arithmetics&c.
f WM. II. BROCKENBROTiTiltah3ice. TILL attend the several JL
.. Courts cf Middle Florida the. decided lIId! I Opal, Friendships Ortering .
invariably given most : unequivocal Just received and for sale bv
AUGUSTUS r.1IAXWELl. and of Decatur County Georgia. j COOT LOZENGESTy Rose of Sharon, Boudoir Annual
1 inaction. 'I he I
testimony exist; on everyide January 17, 1546. 26 P. A. HAYWARD.
: April 19. 1'1 Jrt _January ::. hi/ ai j ji throughout this vu-f (niinti_.-li"ui the Loo CABIN I I The May Flower Forget Me Not Ladies Album,

Nolice. :. ItAICXAICI), Jr., i i of the we-frrn wilds to tli. ((ITY PAL4CK of the :. HULL'S COUJH( LOZENGES are now ra- Moss Rose, Chri.fian'i.\nnnai, The Amulet. NEW BOOKS, Ac.

"I SIX months after date and, the und"ri2nee to will pre of f fI TNFOR.MS' his frifh..and the public j ji millionaire-there are Ih"IISdlld.itfl'I. .- to the I', \ pi 1l ly s'iperc -dm! every other preparation in Scenes The Jewel in the, Tht-life Hyacinth of our Savior.hakpeare's I JUST received per Brig Sampson, Narrative of the
% Judge .
his accounts unrivalled efficacy tn) invuluabie ,
t It J
the relief : the
i he has store on the cor- ol i .uzlis.coUls, asthma whooping couch.tiihtnrs Expedition to Rocky Mountains and to Oregon
Probate of Waktilla County, :as Adminivrator on the 1len -pn< rail) <'urttth'- (. l.ll.c'il I IVvirthe first t Jjv_ fir the (heiit and all) Gems, Fairy Land I and North California in
: i Monroe" ( Two Hundred i-W t. pulmonary complaints 15-13 and 4, by Capt. J.
and American Praver
English Bibles and
and fur letters of
I of M- C. apply and dues not sicken tlw .t-.iiiarb I
.tte R)1rt. tt prc< nce any leadins aiid dt-ath. C. Fremont 37J cts-
neailv the Court lorniiitiniption price
(1'IC-1 bindings .
opposite House, \ri llames.
estate. in splendid &.c &c.
Irom :acreeab.'r! atirn t'te Obstinate)
di.mi.si:6 Ull in --: --tern. s The Crescent and the Cress
2" full directions Eliot
be found a Tal OTJPrice cents per by Warbnrto .
I JOHN 1'. rnaj gcn a. -ortm''iiT Toy Books for children.so! Toys of almost
XGFRFORn. i MEDICINES. : f CHILLS and FEVI.R wh-n ..th( r \repirati.-ns For sale III Tallahas-ec\ LEWIS.)11". sole Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Prcogrns.Tupver's ,
In right ,f hi* wife, M. AXI F\'ery :t- kn'I' t'Hn'dK'ription suitable for presents for children
( failed have \ ,
Hun.erforJ yu-linl jt ''iu. ti> t -f< of/ .\jrents j L S.MALLWOOD Proverbial bock of
( Physicians and i ; in Blimey by : in Philosophy a thoughtsand
I D pthr 13, 1SI 1 5. 23 rm orrt'u Hull's: Pill., wilhttitt I! ; any'' ,li.j.ti.I..f a r..tllrn.- Moiilireilo. I".ll.f:1. PEI'LESToN. and lor Christmas and New Year. For !sue by
originally treated
good quality low for ca h. i may Dec I n. tS4. 21 P. A. HAYWARD. arguments
DrTjXO. G. GAMBLE Jr. a mpply of SHERMAN'S They require no pHlf ..,-it n iiavt'-rtVy ">f fhtin l bc found ircncrallv t host ores throughout the Stat Illustrated edition ot Vicar cf Wakefield
< ---- -----
f 'lirt The Mwlical Faculty .. .K.\ ;ir, "" 1iii'. rill in \\ lilt Dante's Poetical Works, translated H. T.
OFFERS his Professi
I .' and its vicinity.Nov. m administering valua1le medicines. I but in fevers of al1l IVJconid !IN''. '.r.t
f i. IS43 17 If ? I r th<-m I lli. D\otol '.iC Iiarmlc vtt the I Candles, Soap Markarel, Loaf Sugar, Flour
L . .. SMf-.RMAVS_nn nu f_ f OIi_ 'un MANX.. _I'TS'TFPQ... .i)... I LOZENGES 1 Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,
- --- .
Sf ---- rno t certain,. and |>rornnt ] "riful that con I..bh C'hese, Crackers Vinegar MtHtarJ Pepper, Parker's aids
and best "plaster evrr offered to the ., to English composition.
it ::3YFN 3 chtap.t ulI. bo admini-ti-red In tl.tr< lus.> rnalla.iJ if:' S"ice.Glnlt'r.utme ,Dried and
r in the Back Side,and IVtakncs -mc< Pnt Apples Peaches Chances and Chances or Life as it Is. bv Chirle
Hive 1 in than
ATTORNEYND COUNSELLOR'AT LAW, Rheumali"m.loil: Fevt-rs peculiar to this I prn\nl more l.VM raxtx infallible.! It Maccaroni Butter and
4 country Full dirrr ti..n for Onions, for sale by Burdett Rural Boussingbanlt"
I0. | Economy, by
i. ntmnled that
1OO.OOO children die
1t. |
t .upr. Hamilton County, ("lrld. DR. FOLGER'S OLOS.OLf Al.I .!.- j osc a-company each bf.Prirc. On. Dollar. from the eff For sale! in Tallai.a-w! I I
IS f-y 1.f'I'1. I:!, .uil.! of
I HEALING I Good Examples John
Nv"cmbr2.I"I. ,an for by Frost
.luablcartitlc oti
.1 HALS.\J i Aents in J. J.. too partirtu.ir to -ivrnptoms, ami hniniter
Sale;.TWO FINE BUGGIES, Coughs, Ai a. ( -ing at the Lung. Consump SIMLTI.; PIILJ10 Qiiincv. SMAI.L-.VOOI>; Monticello, j'a "alo, ."im* .trt-rtu.il vorn1r'fr"Mntr m.. I.'I'I*-. Lej Notice. The book of Christmas, by Thomas K. Hervey,

For lfarncufurCaab, at Northern tion and its kindred! dis!i eaxPamphlets, containing generally at all the aid tllr"II miI I)1.104'. f tind) on er.yurv' j fi.rithe littlf sut! -rfrs are hurried to a prematiirei month after date I shall apply to the lion. Elinor Wyllis, edited by J. G. Cooper,
Eti the SIX
-. _ ..prices. certificates from pt-rsoni in hih standing, respecting June I 11. is.15. no 47: Itl Slate. i n'p. Nothing will bo fill III'1 more effectual than .ke of Probate of Jefferson County for lettersof The quiet"Husband, The Squire, The Heiress, by

% 1 CLARK. STILLMAN. valuable! cfJccts! can be had gratis by applying Cm rI"" .".. I.zr.\-irs which are as pleasant to the taste dismission as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Miss Pickering,

r November I 111: _ as above.TaIIahasee I HOW TO GET HEALTH. I as CAM ..hildren111 cry fur (them and eat them Jones late of said County deceased. Ascanio, or the Sculptor's Apprentice, by A. Damas. -
__ January !10._|5jr. o" tfNotice. with avtditv. RIChARD TAYLOR. Love and Mesmerimby Horace Smith,
-I I Dr. 111' Pulmonary BaUum, ---- -- I rPHOUSAXISof of p< r-<>ns continue- cure themJ. .\ fn"h supply jtnf received and for sale in this Jefferson County DI'C. 20, 1S4522 6m The illustrated histo'y of Palestine,by Jno. Kit to.

; f For Caught, Coldt, .Itthinat, Croup, Brodltl, I \ selvcx of 'olik l ((>UUM| I II,'aiaclie| >, KheumalirAffections (.ity by LEWIS: & AMES, Sole Ajjents.Mso The Manuel of Matrimony by a Bachelor.

) t I I Wtoopinz-Co'tgh, Influenza, Ioarfc", SIX m'inthisaiter date, the undf rsigrd will apply Small ro\. Mea..l. :. C""li\t'nts. Infiutna for sale in Qnincy by J. I. SMALLW000, and Mysteries of the Backwocds, by T. B. Thorpe, author
Paint in the ehttt, the Honorable j mrs };. B-imme Judze' I the I M. D. PAPY
t / Xorrnni O Spitting and host ol tiiosc .litalions t,{ the tx lv SAMFEL: PFELESTON.( Monticello. of Tom Owen,

.. of Blood, Contumption Difficulty Probate of Leon county .fOr letters odi.mi".ion from I of the blood l eing out <>f' orclt.r. iiii>['ly b;. p< rsev: ( ringly June I II. f-IV" 40( nm'I j1 1f mSjm .i1W A Winter Gift for Ladies being instructions in

a of Breathing, l'c. &rc. the e.tate of F. Brant decraifd.F. i using Braiulrrth' r v:tIai/e I'mr'nt,,! Pill, .------ Needle-work.
.. WIKNKER, ? so long 1,' HE: PATENT GALVANIC RINGS, Practice in all the Courts in the Middle Field, Nich The
: J article Las long b<*n held in high eima-! Admr '. a any xytr.ptoiin. nl < rangeiiieni m jnur- WILL Fleming Bigelow, Orange Girl
: THIS for the cure o?dijeases of the breast and G. VINGERHOCTS, 5 gao remain. Often by a<]i>i>tnig (liii curse, "'hrh And CiiMic's .lla nrtic Fluid. Office on the first floor of the Capitol of Venice, The West Point Cadet, '

\ iungs. and is offered to the public as a remedy deserving -January- '-I 10-, -t".sli.-( 'i't < m t'Xfwrience has proved juTi.rdiu: t 10 Nature it bome remarkable discovery has received the !, South wing. room formerly occupied by the Love and Murder, Durbin's Observations in the
I uni of the
.: a trial by all who a'e thus atQicted. For Sale. merely assisting her hdve unllin S lew days hen THIS approbation of the Medical Profession of Secretary Territory. East Clark's Cesar, Playfairt Euclid

': ; Particular directions accompany each bottle of Ihp WELL selected Miscellaneous of the restored to health who, tnt: l 1"1 Brai. A Library been sick for months. '1 he value of this medicine dow Curtains, House and Borders
medicine. Price : Ihm'ric.m Paper 4c.. ic
i ,centt nost approved English editions' of standard fore public to give a fair test of its
; I' by is beyond price.. Notice.SIX For al* bv P A ITAVWAPrS
r Sold in work, of power and efficacy. The Patent Galvanic have
Tal.bast. consisting about thousand volumes.For I Rings
t one
&AME Drugzists. particulars, apply to V1IENTIIE: BODY I IS sr.JJECT: TO MANY been found to ancr all the purposes for which th'. I months after date I shall present my accounts January 24, 1-L6. 27
1545. chant*, it rtJuvtll timhrmr.Sudden vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate for
: December 6. 10" I,' RVTJ.fr.U'/\in ordinary' Galvanic: Battery, or' Flectricand Magnetic
--- changes iv.,... very h.t t. tochiily weather Jefferson County and then apply for letters of dis Notice.S .
CarinackSniisflcI i Sle- January 10. IS JO.' 23 Ocilla:Jefleriton County. I Machines are used hut are without any of the injurious
; Samuel Baker -- -- --- are unfavorable to health .it.l it is a fact 'inirersilIy! ,-/inrl.. which accompany the applications! by mission Administrator of the several estates of IX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon.
C phen and .J. \\Vaylc Notice. admitted that heat and moisture.' |"m<-rlu| *t:">nt" those instruments' and in other George Ritchie,George Smith Silas Kruppand John Judge of Probate for Jefferson County for letter*
many respects are
!. kt ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW in producing disease, aii'l tint constant dry and ..nMant Ackley. ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. of dismission Administrator
t I mere afi and! certain in accomplishing the desired as of Edmund Gray, late
formed a partnership in the practice of i SIX month after date, I shall apply to the Hon. wet weather are both. favorable its generation obect.| December 6, IS-t:. 20 fm of said County. deceased.

'S I. HAVE, and will IJIT* their joint attention to business I <* of Probate in and for Jefferson County for ; it does not bicnilv wliat we c'allll : it may' be The Galvanic Rings have been ued with perfect -------- GEORGE W. STANDLEY-

l confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit letter of dilmi".ion M Executor of John Moore, ague: it rna be bilious (f''r ; it tuay be 110\\ fever success in all cases of Rheumatism,acute or chronic, Wnkulla CountyTAXCOLLECTOR'S Jefferson County, January 1(1. 1545. 25 6m

I ,. and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the late of said county, de ead.. ; it may he dysentarx ; H may be rheumatism; ilmay applyinz to the head!. face or limbs Gout. Tic Dolo- SALE. "

c. Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STEPHENS will continue HARDY MOOR be bronchitis; it tiny IN' rla.lir : it may Iwconotipation rC'I1,. Toothache, P.rnnC'hiti.'erti'f. Nervous TO PRINTERS.
.# : JeflVrson County January' 17, .IHO. 20 OmNotice. of the bowels it b<- iiifUmm.ition ofthosfomach or virtue of the authority vested in law
.. to reside at Quincv. SAMUEL W. CARJCACK- --- ; may ; Sick Headache. Indigestion Paralysis, Palsev, Epilepsy BY me by Type Foundry Sf Printers Furnishing WaTchovte.
J end J. WAYI.FS BAKrVat: Tallahassee. One of the ; it may \v a m rvous nfi'eriion ; hut still Fits, Cramp Palpitation t f f the Heart Apoplexy I have this day levied upon, and will expose to subscribers hare Foun
opened a new Type
I it is a cli-H-a.se, and a di"M'mllhl. by' the Bntndrcth! public sale in front of the Court House in the THE
of his time at Apalachicola, county
i firm spend a part Stiffness of Joints, Lnmb.igo, Complaints. the New
I date Spinal in city ol York where
"il months after I shall present to the lion. \ they are
Pills l all impurities of State of
t. attend to communications directed to I. SIX >ecauvj they ren:ove from th. ; General Wakulla Florida
end Neuralgia
any Debility Deficiency of ready to orders to
\11 e of Probate for Jeflerson County. my final aU that in any extent, any kind of
I l that account and onhcrs, as Administrator of Frnei hndy of the can inaLdv. anv: no. manner matter how called the further thus Nt'rum* Energy and I all Nervous J isordrr!. Their On the first Monday in August next job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, Galleys Braw

I "! r De"br2f.' -]IS-15.--_--_- _22 __--- _- _-- Gait, Ute of said County,_il.-cca.xxl; and shall then these progress pills are not only I the most |1'I'\I1''r medicine; I evtraordinary ffC'rlltp\n the system must be witnessed between the usual hours the following pieces o RuleSteel column do., Corapcsing Sticks, Chase

f A|,alaclilcolii Laud Company.A apple for letters dumission as r.ich Administrator.STEVKNSURIDGERS. but generally the only' fJt-rli.illplhal n..t'il"r ought to to believed. and! as a certainprtrrntiee for parcels of lands, viz : and every article necessary for a Printing Office.

1 are hereby warned not to be u'/. the preceding eompbmls they are equally to he recommerded. Lot number 8, containing 474 acres, and known The Type, which are cast in new moulds, from tn

ALL persnns to make use of, or ommit"ute in trespai any unlawful ,- Jt'ffi'r"n ('oiintv. January. 10, IS 16. 2' KmNotice. TO THOSE WHOSE' ucrrpATIONS) TENDSTO The Galvanic Ring? are in every ssayperfectly the River Survey according to the original survey entire new set of matrixes, with deep counters, are
harmli. and
.. on the lands of the Apalachicola; i PRODUCE AGCIJV1E: ; DISEASES.This : .- are sold at prices 'lo h,'"within made by Asa Hartfield Surveyor. Also lot warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and w ill be scldat
m1'ncr. .
reach of all. l'ri..tie.c'a
j- C Land which havr not ben regularly disposed -. class of individuals; ,.- nun ron!. They are n.tiC' Fluid is used in ber 12, 43, 44. 5l,52.53.60,61,62.OS,6tt, lIum.I prices to suit the :ime .

Company of by us, or our competent agent or agent SIX month after date. I will present my account tho e who work in an unhealthy ,ilm ptiere. Printer t'ollllt nilOillt and the Rings direct, to render their efficientaction SO, SI. containing each 360 acres, and Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines
ouchrr, to the lion. Judge of Probate of workmen in feather to the Galvanic influenceto described said numbers to the of the meat approved patterns.
heretofore. as the ,penalty of the law will be trictly e.re.inn# r tiers, 'Iok.rs, by according original
k enforced against all offenders. Leon County and apply for letters of dismission as white I lead! manufacturer. .arp all morer les. siibjf! particular' parts which are affected.A survey made by Asa Hartfield Surveyor All the Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A .
L; administrator of the rxtale of James Simmons, late supply of the above invaluable! artirlc* just received above described lots of land mechinist constantly in attcndai.ce lo
dieae.enrdint theirs'renilh situated
I to .
Application may be made for purchase, le.1 or to ; pon..lllli..n.TII. lying and be- repair
ami for ale I, E.
(or the of portions or tracts of said county- deccaM-d. only method to prevent disease, is the orcasional BARNARD. Jr.. Agent for ing in the county of Wakulla, on the west side of presses and do light work.

t .hfrwi., ad undi.pOc being the counties of Wa- SIHS D. ALLEN.Febnnrv use of a medicine which abstracts from the circulation Crist ie, at hu Drug and Medicine Store, Monroe st., the Wakulla River being a portion of what is knownas Editors of Newspaper, who will buy three times

ai nd Franklin and known I II.I Mr,. no f-m aU deleterious humors, and expels them the Tallahassee. Pamphlets respecting the above can Forbes Purchase and levied upon as the as much type as their bills amount to. may give the
LeonGadaden __ _____u ___ ._ ____ bv I be had, on application grati". nrnnprtvof
: the" For Purchase."to our duly authorized agent. Notice. bowels. Tonics in any form are injurious, as they January It). IS-lf.. 25 t. the \palachicol:1Land Company and "i ib sold above six roontns insertion in their pipers,ud send

1 Mr. JAMC* E. Brn-Nr.., ir the vicinity of Quincy. only put oft the evil day to make it more fatal. The 2m to satisfy their State and County Tax for the countyof their papers containing it to the subsciiben.
I JOSEPH DELAFIELD. SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. use of Rrandreth's pms will insure health because Administrator's Notice. Wakulla for the year COCKROFT & OVEREND. 63 Ann tL K. Y-

e of Probate for Jeflerton county for l letter take all matters out of the blood 1845.AHIJAH February 21,1846. 31 6m
LEWIS CURTIS they impure and months after date I shall HALL.
I.fcr Truiteethe.lpalaehicola Land Co. of
t January 10, If6. late of said county d'Ctl&Sed.JOII operation, for these valuable Pills do not force, but Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission January 22, [V4:] 1846. 278mAdmlllls.ralor's LAW NOTICE.

FREEMAN. they a..i't i nature and are not opposedbut harmon- Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew Ee- rpHE undersigned hare united in the practice olJL
Jefferson, County, February, IS ;. Cm 29
._ i/e with her. lick, deceased, of said County. Notice. Law. They will attend the several Courts ol
TIIc 'vyleri"ned. duly authorized agent of the Notice.- ---- -- A fresh supply illll t received and for !sale! bv JOHN MYRICK Adm'r. persons indebted to the estate of John Saun- Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florid

L Trut of the Apllarhicola Land Company LEWIS fc AMES, Druggist,,, January :3, 1 l4f. 24 f>mAdministrator's ALL rs. deceased, late of Leon County are hereby and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the

is prepared to. 1 or rent such portions and tracts SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Judge Sole Agents for Tallahassee. notified to make immediate payment to the undersigned Western Circuit. Also, the District Court of the

r>t land within the For Purchase, as hare not been Probate for Jeflerson County for letters oil I Idismission 1tohy M.M. MclntoshMadison H.; Holmes Notice. ; and all persons having claims against said United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Si

tt regularly disposed o b1.id Land Company. Personal u administrator of Norman High,late of & T 'df'r. Mineral Springs East Florida; Ro s& ALL non indebted to the estate of John Havis, estate will present them for settlement within the preme Court of the State of Florida.

interviews may be with the lubaribr a saidCounty.dereased. JULIUS HIGH. Trorvanf Lancaster C. H. ; G. L. Brown Newnans- >,late of Leon county will make immediate time prescribed by law, or this notice will be pleadin THOMAS RANDALL.

*>r in the neighborhood of Quincy or ItUu, may b Jeff-ron County,.January. 10. lS4fl. 11 6m "illf' and B. Wilson, Garcy* Ferry East Florida ; I payment ; and all those who have claims or de bar of their recovery. THOMAS H. HAGNER

a .;lirected to him,. through the Post Office, at Thos. JciT. Helr\ Quincy; -,Mount Vernon. mands will present them for settlement to LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Adm'r. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.Ta1lahassee .

,e. place and Talahue. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. October 11.1S4S 12 2m WILLIAM N. IIA VIS; January 17. 1846. 26 2m February 21, 1846. 31
r E. BETTNER, Agent Administrator dt bone non.

of th TruiteeioftheApalacMeola ln Co. WILL continue to practice in the Superior and R. H. BERRY & Co. January 31, 1M6. 2S 2m Notice. Notice.

t, 10 1844. 25 IT Courts of Jefferson County and in the months after date, I shall present my final ac.
January Superior Court.of the Middle District and the County undersigned have this day formed Co-part Notice. SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac-

; Sea Itlaud Cotton Seed. of Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict. THE under the above name for the transmission SIX months after date I will apply to the Probate in and for the County of Jefferson and apply and vouchers to the Hon.Judge of Probate,

BUSHELSfirrt above .eed. Residence at Monticello Jefferson Count All tf a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.R. ; of Gadsden County for t discharge from I for a discharge as Administrator bonii nim of th*> in and for the County of Jefferson, and then apply

100 justr.ee3vadand qulity.crtb fo buaii** entrusted with him will b. promptly) attended H BERRY r y execntorship of the last will of Robert Davidson estate of James Hall, late of said county,deceased for a discharge aa Administrator of the estate of

H. BERRY & CO. to D P HOGUEt" deceased L. W. SPRATT WM. BUDD. Stephen Woolf, late of said county deceased.

p. January. 3J. 1I R. March '<, 1 84 4 5' .oH'mb.r (l">] I 15l.i I tf Jannary 0, [lill"16 'F- m Jenrrsf.n Countv January 17, I1-15 2 t"m Feb.SOLOMON 21,1345 E.. SIATHFR5.JftTfronCcunlv. 31 6m.