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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: April 25, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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-}T: ; /A*Democratic Review for..fpril, Fiom the Chartntm .ltc.'

SONGS OF LABOR.t THE HEnS OF PAUL JO-JE
TllE
e 5ttlE SHIP-BUILDERS. FLOFI The claims of these persons to the paymentof
t I DIAN.r certain sums of money owedto
.. BT I. c. wHimm. Paul Jones are now l.fore aJt"gN Congress.L

The ky is ruddy in the F.ast. TLey have been often before if, and in rarioui .
The earth i is(pray below. ways have met with respectful notice but

And, ipectral in the river mist --- nothing: more. The Committee on Naval Af
white timbers show. -- -- - --- --- -- -- -------- fairs, in the House has
Our bare : --- --- -- --- ----- -- --- -- recently re. !
iiiiEs
Up !-ld tbe sounds of measured stroke S.SI LEY. TALL&IIASSEEFL0RIDA SATURDAY APRIL commending the payment of repored_
,25 1846 VOL.XVII.-.NO.1A I cairns.
And grating saw begin : I The report sets forth the nature ofthte dairs,
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The broad-axe to the pnailed oak --- -- authenticates them beyond cavil and enfirr.'s____
TALE ---- --- ---- .
OF --- n
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The'mallet to the pin! HONEY-MOON.; I! of the two quarrels, gave any the slightest dash f Will you have- some rem dear 1"-=' Certainly, madam ; they sometimes are them by a brief sketch of the brilliant: career J a

WITH A GOOD MORAL. of bitter. said the good lady to the husband. foul and hard of the hero, during our Devolution. To the
Hark! roars the bellows, blast on blast To all cases cases, too ; but what can I
Thesooty smith jars, youug Wives and Husbands.BY But-on tin /x/7i/ day, alas there appeared Not a leaf more-that platefull cost four b" expected of those who lead the lives evidence of their justice, nothing need be ad<'f.ed f. I

And fire sparks rising far nd fast THE ACTHOR OF "JEST: AXD EARNEST: : clouds. Edvnrd had been into town and had and sixpence, and if it were not for the name devils 1" c and it is hoped that Congress, under the y

Are fading with the stars. Four months had flown swiftly away since promised to brng: a new pair of bracelets for of tea, I would as 'lief have turnip tops for Why do they ? I'm sorry to Lear it. Da inypiratiou of some good angel, may be movedto

All day for us the mith shall stand Edward Somerton married Rose Bland. One Rose. He arrived at home punctually at din. I my greens as that stuff. It is monstrous hard tel m* what that man is filling that trough postpone tLe gratification of one or other of j

Beside that flashing force: ; summer evening towards sunset, as they sat ner time, but vithout the bracelets-he had chewing, and not over paletable after all." water for?" their darling sins, just for the single session,

All) day for us his heavy hand together at a window, opening on :garden, forgotten them. I put it to you judge whether And so,or even worse!' it maybe in England:: He's a going to wet paper you know- and so to provide means for paying the debts r

The groaning anvil scourge.: enjoying; the Wilcome coolness and talking this was rot enough to try the patienceof with the corn meal of this country. It may Ohm, yes I thought you always sprinkled due to a great man, for his illustrious services

I over various! matters with that interest in each a saint Tney were :going the next evening he made up into forms,, or mixed in dilution, your papers and ironed them, to mike: them in the cause of Independence.
II Gee u !us-Gee is toilinc ho!-the panting te3.mFor other which people generally evince four to a large party, and Rose had intended to ., until! poverty itself will grow sick of the in. look &> smooth ; and I suppose this great gal. The fate of Paul Jones, living and dead, has .f

the near ; months alter marriage Rose, for the first time inspect the important ornaments this evening, gredients. !lows looking machine is your mangle." been a strange and a bar one, and contains oas

For Their us island raftsmen down the stream began; to pout. Edward had, she said, flirted and take Edward's opinion, so that there mightbe Would it not be well, a' soon as the adoption .'fhat's time press, madam, and this handle many items of injustice a ever f'1 to oneman's

barzes steer. shamefully with Mrs. Harding, on the time to exchange them if not approved of. by Parliament of Sir Robert Peel's plan here is the Archimedean lever, which moves lot. Among the foremost most devoted .

Rings out for us the sac-man's stroke evening.: He had spoken to her in prece.ding a low Now she could not do so, and al! from his horrid shall he known, to send messengers on a mission the vorld.. Just notice its power; you per. he plunged into the struggle! of our Rn. :

In forests old and still- tone several times and had been hard publicly I i forgetfulness: She must either go in stu. of love and profit to England, to instruct ceim that it's a broken lever-" olution_ and threw into the common treasury

For us the century-circled oak to declare that Harding was a luck fel. pid, old fashioned things, or (put on new ones house-keepers in the use of Indian meal ?- I Why in the world then, don't you have it I a soul as heroic, as adventurous as exhaust'

Fall crashing; down his hill. low. If this was the way he meant to go on, I in a hurry good or badjust as they happenedto The New England Envoy Extraordinary incndtd ? The men arc always so slack ; but less of resources s as ever lived-endless labor 1

t1p \-up!-in nobler toil than our she would be wretched, and no longer place be. It was annoying-that it was teach the people 1.0to mix the rye, and;) cornmeal what are those things that resemble long pic. -and money to the last dollar of his fortune. .

No craftsmen bear a part : any confidence in his love. Edward mado many apologies. He was and how to build the lofty loaf of lure frames 1" The only naval officer in the ser"icevho show

i We make of Nature's: giar.t powers Myprenvdear," said Edward, his sincerely sorry to have disappointed her and brown bread"-how to mingle the milk, the 44 Tlose are what we term galleys." ed the i intuitive gt'niU of a great chitf he not

I The claves of human Art. arm around the waist of his wife, and placing even offered to return after dinner, and repairhis molasses, and the meal, (luscious alliteration) I 44 You have galleys, hey ? I didn't know only was not placed! where he at the ,
Lay rib to rib and beam to beam this action another accom.panyinp neglect. Oh no she would not hear of and to compose thin *' 'baked pudding." The I that the printers were so much like the KJmfins bead of the Navy, but was postponed in rank ,
And drive the tuaneU fr'e. "don't be by trifling performance his taking so much trouble for her. What did messenger from )Maryland would instruct in i 'before." to a long stiing of men who had no reputation ,

Nor faithless joint nor yawning beam no,came. On jealous.one of the Believe occasions me when, thereis I I he care whether she was disappointed or not t the formation of "pones ;" and he of Virginia I .Look youer-'bat's that boy doing ?" and never acquired any. Engaged in the ;

Shall tempt the.carchilll; sea. addressed :Mrs. in low 1 His forgetfulness showed how much he tho't lecture upon the composition and making nf Oh, he's distributing a handful of pie." most active and successful service, fur seven
Harding so a tone, I remarked of her. 44 hoe cakes ears, he not only received not a dollar of .;
and .
Where'er the keel of our good shipTheseas that the ; South Carolina instruct in We1. I shouln't think a handful of pie pay
room vas and
very warm ; on I Edward the the fabrication and of cakes." What and no rations, but he was almost the whole .
again essayed "ontbi""ystt."m, use "johnny so are
/ among
roub field thall many.
plough' another, if I remember rightly, I observed that : I
for he loved her and conscious that he And thus the tribe that had do with time in advance to the Congress for
these money
Where'er her shall the last was poor, meagre I you going to slips printed paper
tossing drip novel rather
spars : was dull so will .
With salt bekm ; you perceive I had given her cause for some light chagrin. shrivelled up on oat meal gruel, or been drenched :I ?" paid out in repairing his ships and feeding
spray caught our conversation really"of the
vas most However she became unreasonable! that by flower and ale will These and his crews. From time to time he occupied .
That ship must mind her master's beck. innocent description. And Rose because I so : sour poisoned |I are proofs, we are obliged to f .
but left for him to lie rugged, red and the : them won't sit down and 7" himself giving the department
Her helm his said one course was pursue. grow rampant upon read ; you help us nar
obey hand Harding was fortur.ate it does lollow IttluJ.1
that I not left off talking, and took to whittling. warming; and flesh giving: meal of I .No, indeed I can't bear to read any hs: views, full of sound sense comprehensive .
And seamen treat! her reeling! deck must endeavor to render him unfortu
I tremble for the future peace of I Rose, whilst There, the mountain brown loaf of NewEng- :: kind of proof unless sometimes in trials for system of the organization of the navr. J
As if they trod the land. nate.<<
I[ relate that he considered himself justified in I land would make the crazy table of the weaver I: breach ofprotni.se. I don't believe the ladieswould I But while time has confirmed his views andI
Her oaken ribs the vulture-pfak This mild answer failed to turn away the I I I I I led to their adoption it was not till the world
at to the second of its weight it make
wrath of Rose. She I descending once degree groan by : though/ wcr everso very good printer. :
Northern ice may peel- be consequently refused to I the scale. He commencer, andante ma nan 44 light ;" here the pone" and ** poimzizivcake" I 44 Pardon us, madam, we think they had forgotten who was their author.But "

The sunken rock and coral peak convinced, became every instant more perverse 'roppo' Sal margino d'un rio.' would give grace to the tea equipage: : would ; their slender fingers would be the vcry the most heinous wrong done to Paul .
:May grate along her keel: : and finally retired :precipitately>> from the 44 of the ] Jones is found in the popular notion of his I.
To leave me in such a situation exclaim poor woman, while her children would I things for handling Somali Caps, Nonpareil. ,
And know we well the painted ,shell room, with her handkerchief applied to her ed the ill-used wife in a voice interrupted with grow ruddy and plump upon hasty pudding Diamond ;nd :Minion ;
We give to wind and "au', eyes.Edward bobs, when had set my heart on those brace. and milk. Hasty pudding i I I even with Long Primer." ed from the coarse slanders of the British -.
Must float the sailor's citadel quietly put tp his feet upon the .. at the time be frightened the Isles from
lets It was very, very unkind, Edward Oh, how I blu-h I .Pshaw don't mention it ; I never could press '"
Or sink. the sailors grate' chair she had left vacant, and leaned back in Edward appeared wrapped .meditation To hear the Pennsylvamans, call it nlU,ho" I abide the name of the Long Primer since ma their propriety, and put Mistress Britania in a .

Ho !strike: away the bars and blocks] meditation. and music. He whistled! with great taste and [ used to make me learn the catechism out of paroxysm of terror and rage. For half century "
Here the decisivemoment which would A ROMANTIC INCIDENT.A .
was he existed the ,
5. And set the good ship; free feeling; accenting the first note of each bar j it. Goodness gracious if I havn't spoiled mnygloves in popular mind as little
most likely determine vhelher they were to French newspaper published! at Lyons better than a successful I ruffian, a big ferocious !
Why lingers on these dust) rock as it should be accented. But upon another j by touching some of Jour old types !-
The young bride(.f the sea ? dwell together for the future, happy or miser I still more cutting observation from Mrs. So. relates the following romantic anecdteA : I I What a dreadful thing it would be to get you savage with a diaholcl eye, whose voice in
ah e. Rose was a dear girl ; a sweet girl ; few nights ago, when the wind blew with I' battle was that an enraged tiger. whose
merton he thort j ink hand Good Acir "
4 Look -how she<<: motes adotvn the stopped -looking sternly at on a morning. -
grooves ldJ's
In graceful beauty DOW 'but bhe had black eyes, and they are danger I her-and began Sweet home !' great violence-at' Lyons, a gentleman wrapped I soul exulted in killing men, sinking ships, and .

How lowly on the breast he loves ous. She bad been an only daughter: too, and I Heaven what was to follow He had in a large cloak, and philosophically smoking Ilarel burning towns. The friend correspondent,

Sinks down her I perhaps a little spoiled ; but wilh fewer faults I reached the last degree, and all else was at a cigar heard, at a littlo distance a piercin" I From Dickens' London .\>UI. and companion of Franklin, a ruffian Tha .
virgin prow night she not have been :ess charming 1 It is random. Should this fail, the case was indeed cry and the noise of a heavy body falling: in- CLEAR TIE WAY. idolized hero of the Court of Versailles, a sar. .

God bless her, w her oe'er the breeze wonh studying how to lire lovingly with sucha hopeless.[ Shadowy demons l.overed around, to the Rhone. It was in the dead of the night. Men of thought be up ar.d stirring age Never was there a more rascally car.

Her snowy wing shall fan, creature, especially when you know that she holding forth, temptingly I the deeds of The swollen river roared with furv. The Night and day : ricature. Paul Jones was a man, del

Aside the frozen Hebrides mars, by her capriciousness, her own happiness ration. The bright gold wedding ring on n-pa-the night: was dark and the harf dt-solate. i Sow the seed-withdraw the curtain- icately moulded and organized handsome,

Or sultry Hindostan as much as yours. lady's finger grew dull and brassy. Without a thought of danger, and only r.I.1 Clear the way courtly in manners with a great love of refined .

Where'er in mart or on the main Edward lelt that the charge of his wife was Edward Somerton stood in the centre of the lowing the impulse of a generous heart he Mca of action aid and cheer them society, and with qualities to adorn it, giv.en -

With peaceful: flag unfurled totally unfounded, and he half suspected that room with his arms folded, gazing with a steady threw himself into the waies. lIe struggled As je maThere's } to writing poetry, and as lintinguished thro'a
She to wind the silken chainOf she herself but he resolved be for time fearful life for his his heroism.
helps thought so to gaze into the very soul of his wife, who a long against perils and finally a fount about to stream humanity as And if
Commerce round the w orld! or teem, out of humor wihout: any particular under the strange fascination, could not turn I I regained the simonatier he had been car. There,a light about to beam. we consider that, excepting the lion courage i

Speed on the ship But let her bear cause. One thing was evident, that she would away her head. With clear and tremulous ried some 2 or 300 feet by the strength of the There's a warmth about to glow. and intuitive genius that God gave him, he ;

No merchandize of sin. not hear reason. Something: else mu t there. whistle the whole of the beautiful Sicilian current. He deposited on the shore the body There's. a flow r about to blow ; was in all respects absolutely a self-made man .
fore be tried, in order to allay future storm, of a woman. The brilliancy of the lights -the refinement of his the !
No groaning cargo: ol despair any melody from the first note to the last. Then gas There's a midnight blackness changing.Into manners culir.
Her roomy hold w ithin. for this was probably the first of a series.- I revolving slowly on his heal, without saying a enabled him to observe the extreme pallor of: gray ; tion of his mind, his comprehensive pro. i

No Lethean drug for Eastern lands, Edward resolved to trv music. I word, he left the room, shutting the door uunc- her countenance, the disorder of the clothing j 1 Men of thouht, and men of action found knowledge of his profession and his '

j Nor poison draught: for ours, He was an amateur-of some pretension, and : tually after him. :Mrs. Somerton sank'over. and her youth, elegance and beauty. As we : CLEAR THE WAY! power developing his ideas in logical order J

1 But hcne fruit ol toiling hands he set himself immediately. to call over in his powered on the soft.Ro have already said, it was midnight and no as. j j Once the welcome light had broken, and with rare clearness of expression, will .

i And Nature1. sun and showers.Be memory the melodies the most likely to cairn "e. though pretty was not sillv. She sistance was at hand-and where should he Who shall seem scarcely J less mar\eIo than the stic- !
the passions and exert a soothing etfcct on the I convey her at this hour But ho mutt decide say cCMful daring of his \'e cannot find
i her's the Prairie's golden grain, J temper. lIe made choice of three, which be I saw: clearly sensible that she had made a mistake and I immediately ; and he concluded! to transport ","at the unimagiued glories in all naval history a hero with higher and 1
like girl, she resolved
not to
a onwilh Of the ?
The Desert's
J golden sand arranged in a graduated scale, to 1 be used ac. go I her to his own lodgings, which were not far I thy more various claims to admiration than John '.
because the
it had
i simply begun it.- What the evil that shall
The clustered fruits of perishIn
sonny Spain. cording to the urgency of the occasion ; calm I off. The fire, which two hours before had Paul Jones.
Bad temper it was clear, would only serve to
I The ppice of Morning-land : calmer and calmest the outbreak before convival its ray ? But the of the United m
as was, or make her ridiculous instead glowed a party,burned brightly to people States he
; Her pathway on the open main became violent, more violent. The scale only : that was not altogether what interesting the desired.; and I I still. His scruples of delicacy at such a : Aid the dawning tongue and pen is something more. lie is their first naval .
; May blessings follow free contained three As the heat I moment o'"t.'rcome-and Aid it, hopes of honest men ; hero he than otherdesersedto be
degress. rose, In an hour the husband and the wife I II were by proper assistance more any 1
met j 1
I And glad hearts welcome back again I his conjugal' thermometer fell : but 'below the I at the tea.tallle.Irs.: Somerton sat ,1 I bIle was recovered from her swoon. Aid it, paper-aid it, t 're honored as the founder of our navy and the ..

Her white sail from the sea I third and last all was zero and undefined mysterv. I I at its head, and was: very attentive ir., smiling helping \ The next day the pale features of the. young I Aid it, for the hour i is ripe. fount of its inspiration-the tutelar genius of t.
the of lady slightly tinged with the And our earnest must not slacken wooden walls. He first showed that .
Patience acted -p. rt mercury- rej Mr. Somerton to the choice morsels. lie was were rose. She our success ;
) a .0 ... .A. N < JJJ j: versed. in unusual high spirits, and a more happy small j i related to her deliverer that she had stepped Into Ily. was possible, and so unexpected and astounding .
=- -_-:- -- ------ --- -- --I|: The melodies were the following, and arranged -j party could scarcely be met with.) I from her carriage in search of a friend, ,ho Men of thought, and men ot action I was the prof that all Europe rung

TilE STORMY I'ETIREL OR MOTHER CA. I! in the following order : ln in-cot. I j From that day to the present time, :Mrs. So. lived n<>a one of the quays, and while passing CLEAR THE WAY with the capture Serapis, a if it [bad /

RET'S CHICKENS.There are very few per. tage near a wood,' 'Sal margine dun rio,' and j merton has neter found t fault without cause. along the rivers bank her foot had unfortunately Lo! a clouds about to vanish been the downfal of an empire. It was in 1

sons who have been to se-.a. that have not seen > Home, sweet home !' Tht'were all of a I Once or twice ndeed, she has gone so far as slipped, and she had fallen into the From the day; fact the birh a rival to the proud 'Mistressof l

these innocent little birds careering over the gentle, touching character, and circumstances I (to look serious about nothing: ; 'but the frown rise r. A fortnight afterwards the nesvspapersannounced Lo the right's about to con'er.CLEAR the Ocean. Such is thf man whose !.
delicate satire to do good. I the marriage of M. Edouard, I THE WAY the Congress of the United States ara
bounding billows during the prevalence of a ;,: conveyed a likely ,; left her countenance at once u hen Edward one memory "
He had hitherto played these popular airs on of the editors of the "La Rhone" with Madame And a brazen wrong to crumble called on to do simple justice.
high! wind of which they are generally con. ; began to whistle, in a low tone, as if unconsciously .
( the German flute but he proposed now to execute I Adela Derigny, young widow Frank- Into clay. "
kidered the precursors- Inasmuch as the source ; I ,the fint few bars of In my cottage .,
from whence they derive their last mentionedname them in a graceful apparently unpremeditated I near a wood.' flirt, whose fortune was estimated at a million With that right shall many more NEW ORLEANS. \pri 10.

may not I be generally known to thoKe j jvho whistle-not such a whistle as maybe sterling Enter smiling at the door; The Texas Debt. '
have them the heard in the streets, proceeding from the \Ith the giant Wrong shall fall In the hurr of examining our last files of .
seen we annex following j 3IORA L.
statement taken from the second volume of; li, s of vulgar and coarse-minded butcher-boys Never attempt to quench fire by fire. A LADYS VISIT TO TiE PRINTERS I Many[ others, great and small Tptt papers by the New York, we overlook. ,.
the first series of the Naval Sketch Book byl j but a superior sort of the thing, and such as 4* So you set there all day and cut out pieces That for ages long have held us ed the fact, that a resolution had been intro.

an English officer : I no gentleman need be ashamed of. In fact, INDIAN MEAL LN GREAT JtRIT.UN. from the newspapers ; I think I should like For their prey ; duced on the 8th ult., into the House of Rep. I

The Tiger" an outward bound Eas-India-! the original, wild production cultivated and that, it is so much like patch work." Men of thought,and men of action. resentatives of Texas on motion of Mr. How.

man had continued gale, without intermission improved as the crab is changed into the pip. The United States Gazette speculates in this Yes, madam, we excissorize some, though CLEAR THE WAY ar. that a committee of five b appointed ri
one i wise on the htroduction of Indian Corn a. we are obliged to weave considerable clothourselves. i t inquire into the expediency of ceding to he J
Good pin. ,
of
till she to thw Hope,
Cape
got; mong the English and Irish people : chair Mr. Slidcll. Government of the United States the publiclands .
that Hi; plan thus settled! Edward felt his mind Suppose you occupy our ,
almost wreck
which time she a ) .
by was
off this Cape, in particular, she was nearly; : easy, and he awaited the reappearance( ot :\1 lrs.I I I Well, when some thousand bushels of this I and give the public your ideas editing a pa.per The last communication of:Ir. SIIDELL to of Texas for a just equivalent, for the
the I Somerton, with a pleasant consciousness; of being Indian corn" reach the store houses of England ?" I the Mexican Government, which he de. purpose of providing means to liquidate the f
i foundered that the of
in
number; of ominous height birds screamingabout gale were : ready for whatever might occur. and arc thence distributed into the meal 1 4* :.Me goodness I would'nt sit down here I mantis his passports concludes a follows : public debt ; and that they also be instructed 'i,

seen a in the blaze some of them j In due time came coffee. The injured lady tubs and kneading-troughs of the laborers and I' and write where every body is writing alone I Your excellency has alluded to the internal to take into consideraton the propriety of classfying l

of t lightning's and size that the I' came, too, and with a placid countenance, be. I the swelling heap shows a double quantity, for the world ; writing; makes a person so dissensions of Mexico and accused the United and defining the public debt ; and of ap- :,
monstrous shape called; "Mofficr among Ca j j traying no lingering evidence of its late un. j for the same cost, of ordinary flour or meal, cross. Besides, your table i is all ink it would States of taking advantage of them beguiling pointing a board to ascertain and allot the same

passengers" was a woman smile when abe I amiable expression. Neither husband nor I who shall tell them of its use ? Who shall soil my new dress ; why don't you have a nice its vigilance by protestations of friendship, and that said committee report to this House
seemed
looked rep, who always these foul weather to }birds ; wife made any allusion! to their misunderstand. I say to the housewife thus shalt thou mix the mahogany: table, and white curtains at the bringing: .into play every kind of device and by bill or otherwise." The House appointedon f

3hich; upon concluded that she witch upon I log, and they passed a delightful evening made material, and so shall thou mould the loaf- windows ? What makes you hang up these i artifice, and appealing alternately to intrigue said committee Messrs. Howard, Mabry,
it !
was was a ; conversation, time piano forte, and chess. Who shall enter into the little laboratory of dusty old papers round the room 1 If I was and ,'iolence.r ere th/5 disposition of the Sadler, Cazneau, and Noble. -
that from the Red up
she had them .
conjured up I the man's house and lecture the obliged to here the floor should be wash. United States such excellency is pleased .
Sea j But the next morning-the very next morn. working prac. stay I as your From the following article in the Austinew
would have
and that they never a board prosperous inrr-Rose favored her dear Edward with num.I tical chemist upon the affinities of salt and ed and a carpt laid down ; it must be dreadful to attribute to them, they would have eagerly \ Era of the 21st ult., it appears that abill
while she remained I
voyage on ; I beT two of the series. She wanted him to lard, hot water and Indian meal, and who will to live availed themselves of the opportunity to this efec has likewise been reported
*n ti.i finally that just as they were debating walk out wilh her ; he declared that unfortun. tell her how long she must ,submit her combi. Oh those are our files ; we couldn't dis. afforded by the first refusal to receive the undersigned to the : t

about it, she sprang overboard birds and afier went called downin ately, he should l lie too busy! to go out all day. nation to the action of fire that it may he for pense with them very well ; and as for a car. and certainly no moment more .It is with pleasure that we there i
a flame when the (ever perceive
of her household ? Alas she fear would frighten than the present their .
I sufficient material for a I the comfort pet, we i away our custo.zners. propitious to carry ambitious
This raw has been introduced
into !
was quite the Senate, by Col. .
Mother Chickens vanished in
Carey ,) a mo. "
of all the and schemes into effect could have been
would! be arts
as ignorant
parts
girl of spirit to work upon. I L. Kinney, from Corpus Christ!, bill for
total andJefi the Tiger to her I. i
pursue voyagein of that work the uninitiatedof Dear the gentlemen careless selected.
6' I am sure don't want to go, Edward process as were I me ; are so liquidation and adjustment of public
you
peace. _ _ I said she, pouting, in exact imitation of fit num. the Eleusynian mysteries. I about every thing nice, that I don't think they Instead of availing themselves of it, they ebt. The State of Texas has abundant re. :

BRILLIANT WHITEWASH. I her one. At least you don't want to go withme. Some time after the introduction of tea into i are comfortable unless: they can have their have with a degree of forbearance that by if well managed to discharge her I

As the season has arrived when every con. ." Massachusetts, a citizen (from Cape Cod rooms all littered up. Did you write all those many, perhaps, by most impartial obeners liabilities sources and we trust that the staia al .
repuiation
lideration of cleanliness and health promptsto Edward plunged both ;hands into the pockets came up to Boston to trade off his Mi.. The bherts to-day ?" wi be considered humiliating, repeated the or even carelessness about her obliga. i

the use oflime upon buildings, fences, &c., of his dressing gown, threw himself indolently merchant persuaded him to take a pound of Certainly, and we are not through yet." overtures for negotiation, which had been rejected : ions, will not he suffered to rest upon her es. .

&c., we give the following recipe for preparing on a chair,gazed abstractedly a bronze tea among ether articles of household requireinents. ) Why-it takes me a \\hole day to com. under circumstances the best calculatedto cutcheon any longer. The creditors of Tex.

the celebrated stucco whitewash used on 'bust"of Shakopeare on the mantle piece and 1'e heard of the article" said the pose and copy a letter. I hope you don't offend national pride ; and this most cone 1- as who have so long hoped and 4' endured all ,

the east end of the President's house at Wash. I I began whistling in a low tone a plaintive melody Cape Cod man, but how is it to be cooked I scrawl and blot so when you write to the ladies iatory advance' made by the aggrieved party, things" cannot help feeling; grateful to that
ington coloring be so added as to give the 1" is said by your excellency to be an attempt
; may -it was, It was in my cottage near ? I Senator, for the prompt and sensible plan re.
*ny desirable tinge to the preparation: : J j wood.* "It must be boiled" said the merchant We never have that pleasure madam." which he cannot permit himself to call by its commended to ascertain and secure their t i

"Take half a bushel of nice, unslacked j 4* If it were any one but your wife," continued and is alvays used when company comes." 44 No-and you don't write for them either proper name (una tentativa* que el infrascrito ights. The bill proposes: the appointment,

lime, slack it with boiling water, covering it Mrs. Somerton, with a pointed emphasis, The tea was taken home, and it was resolved or )"ou would not print such dry stuff as you no se permile calificar.) This reserve is remarkable by the Governor Senate, of three commissioners -

during the process to keep in the steam.- "you would be ready enough to come ; but to lx hospitable. Company was invi. do. when contrasted with the terms 01 to set upon the at Austin, commencing t
Strain the liquor through a fine aeive or strainer the wires are always neglected." ted to spenl' the day. At dinner, a fine piece Don't put any thing more about Oregonand vituperation so freely employed in other parts on the 1st cair., and thereafter t

and add to it a peck of clean salt, prcvioialydissolved Mr.I Somerton continued whistling. of boiled IxeC' and another of good fat pork, Congress in the pper, will you ?-it's so of the note ; or is it that your excellency could on the first of'every alternate month, with the t
in water three poundsof of and dull. But what are those men doing in the discover no epithet sufficiently energetic to
warm ; I he-g.l\1r. Somerton exclaimed Mrs.So. with an accompaniment potatoes car. powers of a Court of Law and Equity ; and 1
ground rice, ground to a thin paste1'and stir.red merton, with a withering look, ** that you will rots graced the table. And now," said the other room with their sleeves rolled up, and stigmatise an offence so enormous, as a re. whose decision is to have the effect of a judgment. .

and boiled hot ; half pound of powdered not treat me in that very disagreeable manner host, as he looked in triumph first to his wife making motions a if they were going to fight newed proposition to enter upon negotiations 7 The right of appeal is also to be ai-

Spanish whiting and a pound of clean glue, whilst I am speaking. If I am not worthy of and then tc his guests, whom he served bountifully somebody 1""Those The undersigned has already exceeded the owed from their decision. We will in our

Which has been prrriously dissolved by firstsoaking Jove, I at least am worthy of common at. will the viands before them "help Mrs. are our compositors setting types ; limits which he had precribed to hinself for next publish the entire bill, for the satisfaction 1
your see they have a stick in one hand and reply the question has now reached a point
it well, and then hanging it over a tenlion." Basset to wmething from that dish. you al ; of interested."
ow fire in a small kettle, within a large one Edward plunged his hands deeper into. his The pevler spoon was thrust into a dish of they place types in it with the other." where' UC must gire place to acts. a 1

"fled with water. Add fire gallons of hot waer removed his eyes from the bust of well boild tea leaves, from which the water 441 don't see any sticks, unless you call deeply regrets a result s little REVOIUTIOXAKV ANr.cooiE.-The army
< to the whole mixture ; stir it well and Jet pockets, and fixed them in intense regardon had been carefully strained and each from the those little square pieces of iron so ; what curious contemplated when he commenced the dutiesof in Cambridge, in July, 175. were joined by

rt *aod a few days covered from the dirt. IfJwuU Sbakspea1 bust of, Milton. He paused suddenly in architrichinos down to the youngest guest, names jou have. I always thought a his mission of peace, he is consoled by the a company riflemen frm Philadelphia. The J
a stick to walk with." reflection that honorable efforts the when he ordered form his
was no to avert captain was to com.
be of the Chinese
put on quite hot ; for this purpose it whistling, and commenced an. was serrtd with a quantity
c*& be kept In a kettle on a portable furnace. the air he was d'un rio.' weed reil Souchong. 44 Well, ours make the words walk ; those calamities of war have been spared by his pany, bad 1 many applications that they ex. i
otberSal margine green little boxes, that we call cases, contain the let. government, and that these cannot fail : his demands. He ,resorted to a q
Mt1 said said; the host it efor c
that about one pint of this mixture Somerton retired hastily,with her pret. Tasti of that worthy ceee
*ul Mrs. and ters ; and the printers put them together into to b properly appreciated only by the expedient to limit his nubr wito
cover a square yard upon the outside of a buried in white cambric pocket hand. is tax, such as the quality in Boston Ply.
Jionse if properly] applied. Brushes more or ty face a mouth mike such a fuss about." ward and sentences by the aid of that little people of the U Sttes but by the world. mng offence to any one. ot
kerchief. "
iron that of. the of of the on a
speak figure a nose
'Cs. mall be used the neat. all was Each numbled a little of the herbage, and piece you cm
may according to after this scene '
For five whole days 44 Well, I declare Doctors and Ike This is serious matter' to make llghtoft' and placed it at a o .nehwm-
beq) of the} It retains its bril7far beheld it down with cider. but none lwyer bar dijanc
job required. bare carefullyrinsed
'eathrr. Doves might } the whale remarked when
M
halcyon had but I never knew prin a they were yards ; and told uitfc u C6<
There is nothing of still be found In ventured to criticise the .new addition to the c. tha dr u fly
many-rears. and enri d. Honey was to dipping the out of his head. the mark should enlist. 'Sixty
w end that will" with it either for to either dinner ta le. ter h fa. o eo '
la ye or outside walla.compare* I the moon, and no impolitic reference > lit it. *Gen.Gge, take care ofyour note !

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: -, OO MlOy M ments from the few loaves and fishes broken of season : reprove, rebuke, exhort, withal! For lh Floridian. tains which kinder Col. Bell feelings sets up; for their honel'ytl' TIE. FLORIDA"X.ET

.- l and divided amongst the multitude as the right long-sufTering and'Iotrine." Paul assuredly Mr. Editor : I regret the nece4ily. under been assailed,to my knowledge,

S.UI9 LETTERS-So. 4. ful element of justice and the true e1Cmentsof rebukes .the worldly spirit of Ministers of the which I am ]laid,by the article ofJ/t correspondent never having the most remote intimation, I must V. AJ.OWX." *
all social lifi. And whilst I would war Gospel in these spqakitig lines ; Writing to from Hamilton, the Hon.t b. BELL, even by and Col. Bell's constituencywill

T ALL.\H.USU. 1549.Jy and admouNh all of existing evils, I would' Timothy ofthc defection of one of his follow. asking again a place in your columns, not, i think it ill-timed feel, flattered that he deemed it Saturday, April as, 18.t ,

a s" dear Sam- prefer to incline mankind at large to a wi'p ers, he sis-" Do thy diligence to come however, for the purpose strengthening po. hardly vindicate their honesty, in the

S You may gather what I think of the tlefi.ciencics pennance rather than consign one solitary in. shortly unto me : for Dema forsaken : sitions assumed in my last for they' remain absence necessary of to all suspicion. (Absence from home the pt5i *ttk, I. our

of your education as preparatory to I dividual to a DOl John Inquisition. I would me, having loved (or desired its offices or honors unassailed, but for the purpose vindicating Bell frequently alludes, with forcible the lack of editorial in toay"', pipCT 1.

the study of the profession you have commenced i not ho con ieled% as either visionary or unworldly ) this present world, and is departed unto my right to criticise, in mild lanpage, any of Cot. South Carolina and her militia ; yetI The mail this morning brings nothing

from the subjoined remarks. forthese are alike positions info whicha Thessalonica." If then, Ministers, a they the laws of the State, and suggei, as an in. sneerto would intimate here that it is the State tance. The steamer Unicorn ha* ar'e. imp.

Much of the ancient dignity and elc\'atiol rational mind should aroit being placed. profess, are called of Go to preach the Gospel dependent voter, such amendmcu/s, additions, from whose not statutes the almost entire law of later European advices we presume, but we br

of the legal profession has been owing more Justice and Christianity) may upbraid even they have nO right to interfere, or even or modifications as might presirt themselvesto Col. Bell been unable to obtain a paper l'f
Florida, is taken. Again, :- containing
to the benighted and depressed condition of hero tht''" cannot assist ; they may prompt, desire to interfere in the concerns of gO'cr. my mind. In penning the hasty review to .think that the says South brought by her aI t
He Scott
the commonalty, than to the real and substantial too, when they hardly know how best to leadin ment. If a man is enjoined by his God to which I did, of the Military Lav of Florida, I ( law) seems is and should have been The newt from the army on the Mexican

learning of its professors. Xor i i it true, the cause of truth ; and thus whilst they preach I IIis I word, has ho a right to refuse and surely intended neither to assail the intelligence Carolina without perfect amendment., I admit thatI is important. We may look (or difficulty froti i

a Chilly obscn'c8 that "the bar requires a stay and retard the tides corruption. they devote the talents entrusted to him to another of the Military CommitCe of tho Senate adopted quarter. t

larger share of education or a wider range of abnegate} specious sophi-ms and contradictand purpose ? Assuredly not. As well might of which the Hon. Mr. Fell was chairman regard the Carolina law as being excellent ; _ _ t
but that I asked its adoption as a whole, can.
knowledge than is deemed essential to the tifiitruli/.e pretended authority, and put in lOU assert that my servant, if enjoined by me or any other member of other branch of 03- Full particular* of the passage in the Swtt,
candidate in most of the learned professions." doubt the! .sanctions of tradition. It is hardly to a specific wotk, would have .the right to disobey 'the Legislature, and sincerity regret that not be sustained by any thing contained in my of the Oregon notice, will b ound in another eoU )

In this country. in particular, the function of to be expected tnt a tenuilent temt'rityboul\11 and do something else. If so, lOU would the Hon. Senator fel called m, in making a communication ; and as to the great the record distance titan, copied from the Charleston Courier. Son* i
from
the lawyer is likely to be so hampered d by our nuch improve ) 'tactics of Charles the Hold.: I not deny me the right to chastise ; and thusit reply, to infuse into so muchtf .the spirit of which Cd. Bell travelled I have, to doubt seems to b exprts whether the House j:
that scholar and of science archaism is willi ihe of the ; if it's drag in the ensuing foreign ingredients! accept the w
free legislation a man Men are e\er as prone to admire ns preacher Gospel- gall and bitterness. I ai sire. thai nothingcontained form of notice or not.
might: feel himself cramped and restrict.ed they are ready venerate old philosophic ; dispensation has been connniit,.'I to him, he in mine can ju<:ify it., and in offering but little to say, because I should dislike to attribute next mail will probably decide. T i

to a sphere of thought and speculation en. nor can obvious ficts eten, however striking. has no righl to. decline. If he does, it will be this apology and reply!, I will respect the it to either of two causes, one"of which The iJ
for the and activ.itics to at the eternal hazard of his immortal oul. must be the true one. "It is true, he says, Eclipse of the Sun "came off" to-day,
tircly too narrow aspirations aivavs! It''P as a h'lic catalysis detelopeand taste of tour rtad"r ly carefully a. a 1
of a comprehensive and vigorous mim] iimu'ain! the more hidden affinities oftruth. This i is supported by many iu-t:ince' in (he proper voiding all personalities and observingthose I have been told by some one who WAS iorn- cording to the predictions of the Almanac men. W, ,

Under such institutions, no branch of preparatory .. Bible, which will suggest th'-mvlxes 'to the! courtesies angry and proprieties which should ed and raised in South Carolina, and who trav. observed a great change in the temperature oft 1

study is essential to the Mudent of law I -- --- ""- --- mind of thin care ltd Bible! reader, an.l i is not discussion elled clear across the State of Georgia, and atmosphere, (the thermometer falling tome twenty .
distinguish
which may not be equal! so for the merchant I For ihe Floridiaa."Justice necessary to be pointed! out !er'. ..And it apology properly then fur reviewing public hastily, as I did My, now lives in Florida, that South Carolina," I degeH.) and many black nose,. The appearance o

apprentice or the rheritT1 clerk. His business i. versus The Florida Coiifctltu'loi" will bo well for the Church if the 'Iinist'rsof l the Military Law is this I citizen of &c., &c. I am incapable of meeting that sun was delightfully beautiful,with a large cir.
: am a
is more immediately I with! the rules and :Mr.u Editor-Under t this questionable* caption Christ shall pursue, with a single eye, their Florida, have been sornewhal prominently delicate sneer, either in feeling or word, and etc around it of Ihe rain-bow hue. The obscorttioawas

.t precepts of the law itself and these embrace a writer in tin Sentinel of the 1,Itn, over vocation-their high and he.i\enly calling I connected with her Militia for several only introduced it as a brief biographical ep sufficient to induce the chickens to crow lustily.

as little rctil knowledge and a t few facts and the initials A. J. G.," has poured out a torrent their labor of lo\e. So long a* they shill desire and 1 in the late effort at organizalion was years as. itome, which chimes in well with the The Crop$.-\Ve were very much pleased

principles which really swelHhe sum of hu. I of sneers, sarcasm ant ridicule, upon our the *. flesh-pots of Cgypf,*' will: leannessbe signed a responsible part t to act. I therefore and sustains fully- the point at issue. I need recent visit to Jefferson, to observe the forward 0 itt 0.

man wisdom a any other literary profession, I State! Constitution: and framers, and with within her border" looked carefully over the law with a view to hardly allude tothe only point on which (ol. of the crops in Leon and Jefferson coontie.coj.a.
and yet in no other is there so much useless permission, I to reply to his suppositions But A. J. (:. asks if if woul.l i injure the Bell took issue with me, viz : that the law fixes
your pioposo ascertain, possible, the adaptation of means ering the cold and backward spring we have
study] to success. So wholly foi eignfrom position But before I usefulness of a Ministerof Gospel by seeking no period in which officers shall uniform themselves n
necessary ant attempt to the accomplishment of the end desired, and rienced. The stand of com and cotton
science and those great truths that makeup this, I may: pt'rlap' be excused for inquiringif I to elevate him to office. Unquestionably was sufficiently imprudent to express, in'Jan. after they are commissioned. He and the plantations, mostly all well i butia,
the sum of man's wisdom ;is this strictlytechnical something ) ( sympathy for the it would. Years ago, when politics wen'hOJe and inoffensive thinks he spirit of the law intends that they present
guage my conviction the prospect of a rich reward to the planter .1
milt "
legal lore that, were the great jiassofitatricken ter of tha (;io>|ll'l does! lot vainly :1nii-1 t," jtcrhup a Minister of the Goepel of tho that some amendments and alterations shall uniform immediately, though the letter Thus far,we are informed, there has been much
from the cvclcofbis studies, man conceal i iself beneath the plausible might hate taken an active pnt t in secular! af would become to ensure efficient is silent. But how is it that throughout the to
weather fear the
would be little less and fairs the necessary law both .the and the letter wet -we only contrary before the
without
intelligent companionable which A. J. G. comes before the puhlc- danger to interests of I made these spir specifies certain
so far as regards the amount of his sub. \ His i sneering: allusion to the course ftr': I I Church. But .those days are part, and the I II to organization.ue my own language, "under suggestions the duties to performed both by officers summer will it over. Such a season, if it should continue ..
produce abundant reward to the
an husbandman.
stantial and useful attainmentI would as I j have taken under the new organization, I surest way to arouse t fieice! opposition aol 1 perj influence of a hope that I mi"ht be able to and privates ; and yetin order to enforce obe. .

soon believe that truth cannot be revealed I; disco < at least t his political! character ; and] j sedition, would! be for the Ministers! of ChristI t some amendments that would commend diencc to their united mandate, there is a pen

without the prescribed formula ofan apothegm, i you kno\, sir, an occasion is never missed by I to interfere: in any considerable( degree, in suggest thel'lSeh"11 to thc favorable opinion of ally affixed for wilful refusal Surely, if the Militia Election.

or logic without a sJ10ci"I, a that justice is these political! charlatans to cast odium uponth.'ir i' political affairs. In general, mankind hold the next If the sugglstionswhich spirit is sufficiently cgent in this instance to We are a yet unable to give the entire vote at tb

unattainable fctions. I opponents l by charging upon them not the Christian -Iinitf' in high estimation.! Jegislature. med erroneous by the become its own execu'or,the plain letter added recent election for.Militia officers they not yet bar.

John Doe may be very low and vulgar' only the ins of which they may be guilty, but They would not see it daggling its spotlcsorohe8 lint tlowed, I had a cl right to expect him to to it in other instance might be equally effective ing been received at the Executive ofce. I is,

fellow, a plebian, much addicted to misrule the also which an over-wrought imagination in the muddy pool) of party politics ; andI meet and combat them with reason and argument and thus do awa, with penalties altogether however very certain thai the following persons are

and trespass; but this dies not prove Richard i j anJ a sensibility rendered morbid by for one hold hill no friend to its 1"lillncs.1 couched, too, in language relieved of ; and then, if"we dad a militia equipt with elected :

Roe to be both a patrician and a gentleman, multiplied: defeat, may suggest. Reared in who YOIJ bring it down from its high po i- I I personalities. But what is the fact ? wooden swords and udigo blues, which Col. Major-General of the First Division, WIL

and always disposed to keep the peace and that school of political morals which teaches I tion. lack not men whose hearts are gross Instead of demonstrating my errors and sus. Bell specifies a possible articles of our military BlILEY.

istue evil practices. infallibility/: as appertaining to their peculiar ncrteJ with patriotism and heads with wisdom taining their converse, I find myself the sub wardrobe, togeher with its completionwith Brigadier-General of the First Brigade,west of the

: Hitherto law has ever been graced by ripe code, and,arrogates to itself all talent and respectability to g-lid,' the ship of state ; but approach ject of a newspaper philippic, as virulent in other articles equally offensive and de. Apalachicola, JACKSON 1foaTo .

scholars, profoundly erudite, and even at t'lis ; is it to be wondered at that its not $Lose who are called to labor in His vine.yardto t feeling as it is uncalled] for in fact. I must fensive in war, and equally creditable to the Brigdier-Genera of the Second Brigade,

t time it may claim many such, but how shame graduates are ever ready to attribute motivesthe take part in that harvest which i is surely he mistaken in the fact, that Laws taste of our militia, we should have that standin between the Apalachicola compo tad

fully is it debased by.its troops of illiterate mt t contracted and base, and objects the truly plenteous"-with! the glittering but passed by the people's representatives, are legitimate the eye of the public which would, no dowbt, Sun se annee rivers, A. K. ALLISON.

pettifogers or villiflcd f by! prating_ spouters and most graceful and dangerous, to those who empty: binble of worldl) power. Moses truly subjects of the people's scrutiny, and flatter the pride of al.I .. Col. R. J. Floyd is re-lete Colonel of the Third
vain-glorious upstarts ? It is not now as in ; flay" presume to dispute their pretensions !- was(;od's chosen instrument, anc made lawsaccordiwr that individual, however humble, has the did not allude t> all the defects which I Regiment.

the wig and gown dds of the great High I low eay: then, for A. J. G. to legitimately to His instructions. lie set aside right any to suggest such modifications and I thought I discovered in this law ; and, if Col.! John Erskine, Colonel. John W. Johnson,

Court of the Star Chamber res mcrsa in ,', tat that" Aiticle" in the Constitu. and consecrated a Ministry whose duty it was, m llmntsu may suggest themselves to a.1 B. wishes to defend toe pointed out, in proper Colonel William H. Gibson Major, of:the Let Fifth

caligine." The tendencies of the age are too lion which prohibits certain cilices of State to and thai alow, to wait upon the altar. But I minI, and have learned (for the first time in spirit, I am prepared to bring forward Regiment.S. .

decidedly of a political character. These the Minister of the Go-pel; ai such, was inserted surely we would not be pointed to a Mo'es or I my life, that objections properly urged to any others, all of which can do no harm, but may S. Sibley Colonel J. W. Sherwood, Lieut Colonel

I widen tho currents of law only to increase at the express instigation of the vulgar de. Solomon now, as an inducement to place the I I f-ature of 1 law, necessarily involves all (hose do some go. Anc lastly, the Col. suggeststo T. J. Latham, Major,of the Sixth Regiment.

;,, their sand.bar and shallows. The dexterity I mocracy. But when lie comes to read the baton of power in Ministerial hands The I engaged in its preparation and passage in the Scott' unmask his battery, and let all Thomas J. Heir Colonel, B. H. Russell, Lient.
and facility with which the merest mo.icum I names of those who voted to incorporate this laws of Moses would certainly stand a poor I of and The know who he is, if he would immortalize his
labyrinth stupidity ignornce. Colonel W. H. Watson, Major of the Seventh Regiment.
of I legal pelf may acquire rank, l ui-k: provision in our Constitution, how will chance of observance in these degenerate Constitution of our common country, though name by newspaper scribbling." Alas for .

:- greeted by popular applause, and richly rewarded his indignation give way to astonishment! da>s. Thou shall lot plow with an ti\ arid springing into existence from the ]labor of 'Scot' he lacks the character for intelligence D. G. Livingston, Colonel,Thomas Richardson,

I'' tend shamefully to lower the standard j Why, sir i the present Magnus Apollo, the I an ass together. Thou shall not wear a gar. such minds as Washington, Jefferson, Franklin and the posthumous fame which would give to.. Lieut. Colonel L. J. Starling, Major, of the

... orts attainments and contract the circle of its "t ,r"r hop "-the dernier resort of whigfjery ment of divers sorts, as of woollen anrll'n and others, became the_ subject of subse. his lucubrations an easy passport to the resj Regiment.In Eighth

This professional ductility-this convenient Kdward Carriugton Cabell, voted I II together. Thou shall not make fringes amendment, though in apparent pect of the world ; and, therefore, felt
quent ignorance the
East, the returns show close
maliability, serve but too well, by the the fiir of strained fetter it the adverse influence of a very rote
I I to exclude the Minister from office Gratify upon quarters thy vesture. These on the part of those who discovered, or to by
extension of its superficies, to supply all however the edicts of that famous ] would he but it to the I between Cooper and Hernandez, for lIjor-ee
facie 111 by inserting at length vote law-giver not supposed they discovered its defects, that they no mean paternity, trust a fugitive We believe
I I deficiencies,and to diert the young i I the Convention upon the adoption of the found suited to the condition of our people in were intimating to its framers that they sympathies of a less censorious feeling than Major Cooper is elected by a small .

aspirant from the exploration of the deeper : oious"rtice" in question. You will find the present day, I apprehend ; and I surelycan were a set of stupid fools." I hope never to Col. Bell's. jority.

fountains, so long as he can make the stray upon ;.tb page of the Journals of the see no authority in the reference by A. J. see tho time, Mr. Editor, when a citizen will, Adieu, Mr. Editor; thousand apologies for Connecticut Election.-Our contemporary, tin

riplets available. Law may be a sea of difficult Convention : I G.; to this eminent servant of the Most High, under thc pain of such a penalty as has been having thus taxed your columns. But, being Sentinel,prttumed in his last that when the delinquent .

I navigation, by reason of its innumerableand The ayes and noes were as [lows : to cause men to regard His servants now as visited on me, be forbid the liberty of review fairly Belled, and no means of(sap is offered towns in the State should make choice of members

hidden quick-sands, reefs and shoals ; and Yea; -Me .r, rUrll.-tt. P-4-llainv of JcfTcrson, better calculated than any body else to give ing and publishing a mild criticism on the as an excuse for this and to the Legislature, the whig would be found t to
i yet there can be found frequenting the rudest nir. Bt.k., I5nmnf>f l.n.Cahtl. opEr. Dunl laws and govern. laws which arc to him. The press while I promise to keep my choler down, I have a majority &c. He was too presurnptious-
gQ\'er
.: of our temples of ju"tice-the very b'.ock-! I l-it/.patrick. Iarev; )la! C house of yesterday a fiaicn haired youthling, 1"1(-, M 1.'Cltldn. McCehtc Ia(Indll'; Park- the of the I to "
Scott free
abrogation section in question. Thehistory reach the my passage, throughscenes hare six in .
kill, Read ot r. l, HIde Itobbin". S.-mnit'S can generally public eye, majority the House and one in the Senate
:; of a few months tuition, ready, jea cager, to Stephens, TaUor, TJWtIsCI. White, Willumijs of tho Romish Church warns them, and if erroneous views are taken, :il t. will like these. -thus securing the election of the entire demo

$''; tender service as legal Palnurus under war >'" and points moral. That spirit extant in the surely be prouder triumph of intellect to SCOTT. cratic State ticket. No U. Senator is to chosen .
of sure pilotage. It .\ -Mr. PreMdt-nt Mers. Allen Anderson, I I a S b
ranty steerage world which
dreads
t an union of Church and batter them down than abuse. P. S. I forgot to acknowledge that there ;is by the .
by argument by present Legislature.The
C.tll/oJl.I'ellainv {Jack-on 1'luunt: Brown of MOII-
; be that when services were rendered by 'J State
may and which shows itself the in the law for contested elections
by guaran. is before for a provision SentiLel thinks
But
rH ) Crirhton, Gari"on. looker, Hunter my apology you daring to us disposed to console ourselves
..J lawyer to client from a spirit of of kindliness, I.ev.Man llce.in, McKmnon. McCant., Ie ham. Morion tee to every man freedom of conscience, snggesl some alterations in our present law. the mere adoption of the remedies in civil cases on what he calls a defeat in New Hwmpsbirf,
I 1 or from a sense relative duty, that the principles : Ward.at*, \Vchh, W(- tt Wood, AVood- should not receive fuel from the instruments Permit to notice feature in ColonelHell's which I overlooked. S. the recent
I me now a : upon triumph democracy in Connecti
: of Iiw courted an alliance to justice, ward, Wright, Vatt-27." God has chosen to (seminate his Gospel.
V the most pertinent and stringent, and that it Thus much for the vote upon its adoption, A. J. G. contends that a Christian Minister communication, which is prominent Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. cut. Truly we might do s were it necessary. Dt-
and i Reasoned mocratic
in. victories
I. throughout, so richly as to are, however,
l might then, with some show of propriety, have and now for the Article" itself A. J. G. I is not only as well, but better, far better, adap. attention.! wisdom WASHINGTON, April 15. that s common now-a-
fear
tite special Eloquence, day we unless in
we once while
'been said of these, as has most truly been said, The article in I a rest o
ted considered
says- point regard to to legislate for, and guide The Senate, yesterday, of the
any peo
go\'cr and lrd.f, are conceded tome our oars and give the whigs a chance, they would
1 talent po raiione non pro introduclojure. the ineligibility to any of the lghc offices of Ill than any other perwn." Surely a spirit hih."mmdint a hut little short of extravagance resolution reported by the Committe on Con. become so exceedingly discouraged
But now that the manifest jugglery of the forum the State, viz-Governor, of Congress Pharisaical is jl dreaded. Does I and f forbids the selfish tingent Expenses of the Senate, in relation to and leave as to retire i
modesty appropriation disgust, us without
I is better known, and its system of barter and of tate Legislature." Now here, not this writer see that he is contending for i of noble tnits without providing additional accommodations for the Lcuis a opponent. I St.
so many an they joined the Natives and
more thoroughly exposed, is it to be wandered sir is and the of that which I in the Senate and obtained a small
great error, weightiest A. every opponent of the Gospel, who of sensibilities public chamber changingthe
''f at Ihat there should be found such a batch of J. G.'s objections must fal to the ground, of!' has had sense enough to originate an idea, acknowledgement refined my profound I will be location of the accommodations afforded crumb of consolation by beating the democrats in
to so a flattery. par. the city eleclions. In New
briefless baristers the bar of the 19th century The 10th of the has York however, thedemocrats
-J fc a course. Gth article been clamorously asserting for centuries ? doned therefore for him little to the public press. An amendment, provide
tickling
a mo. carried
1" presents ? Is it strange, too, that, while of the Constitution reads thus : I But I am persuaded this spirit no lodgment ing thai equal accommodation should be afford every thing before them.
fnd1 in I then that I find Ip
must
destly both and
\: so are ready to talk so few are feed to retur. say Whigs Native. This, too, in the
ed the
in the breasts of to is afforded
many .N'o Minister c.( the Gospel shall be eligible to God's tre Ministers.They in the perusal of his article evidencesoffectitidity public pr&as now so the r
1 hold their The of the law :.. many panic got up by the whigs and Wall street meiagainst
tongues offered and
lottery die) ulJr ( (iotrrnur Snal.r. or Member of t the prefer infinitely more the government f as striking as own. In culling was agreed to.
like all oilier lotteries of time chance, HouMiof of this State." my the Sub-Treasury, adopted by the House of
J cal liejireseiiUtiio of His church, and thc prosperity and happiness of The question then recurred upon an amend.
never be aliko productive to all its adventurers Surely here is of II is from some its passages, a gem of rare the effect that the Representatives. The result show that tK_ nMinl
no prohibition to a seat in people. Thej know that Moses and richness is thereward. ment to required appropriation r--r-
.1," ; and I am far from sure, but the time mayS Congress. A. J. (;. shows but little acquain. verily was t taithful in all his house as a scrtant beauty Take for instance not unfrequently this be paid out of the contingent fund. have seen enough panics to disbelieve in them. A
ere long revert when, whatever is bestowed :, with the Constitution of the for passage, After little experience is of essential service.
'l tance United a testimony of those things which which for fullness a desultory conversation, in which ok.b
of delivery
'r by the cliient, in the shape of fee, blml be tc- State: which i'n the paramount law of the were to be spoken aft'r ; but Christ as a Son and beauty strict concatenation conception,of idea, is surpassed Messrs. Crittenden, Webster, Breese, and kers and money-brokers cannot always control the

1 garded rather as a gratuih-a mere quulam \ land, when he talks of a State Constitution over his own house hose house are we if I But Archer took part,the resolution was negatived.The monied affairs of the country. Matters of this kind

:1 t.!' Inoror"-as in the days of patrician pro. prescribing qualifications for a Senator or Re- we hold fast the rejoicing of the hope firm tin- Scott," sajs by nothing he, .Itaf escaped burst the my quill pen., the Oregon question. was taken up, and generally regulate themselves with little doctoring-
per.JUJn.1
1): bity. Judging from the c\'i fate of my own pre;/ntative in Congress. No preacher, to the end :" that they that are after the which in declamation Mr. Westcott spoke. He took the position
't mercenary profession, should opine that : therefore Constitution i is denied flesh do mind tho of sounding arc Eillac of a letter published in the
to by our a seat ihiiigx the flesh, but they thundered This that the British claim to Oregon was wholly NeW
-p the tendencies of modern reform will come to in Congress, if he can get it. A. J. G.'s ref. that are after the Spirit the things of the Spirit cimen brilliant from your priodical., of spe. founded upon the stipulations of the Nooika pprs said to be from an officer noW .

I repudiate the principle that legal process should : crence to the honorable Senator from Georgia ; for to be carnally minded is death, but to ficient to establish decamation itselfsuf Sound Convention, and the Conventions with with army.

.'. \.,. even be served for the recovery of fees or re. Mr. Colquitt as one whose example is be spiritual ( is life and peace." author, and constitutes no mean him a rival for Scolt. the United States of 1818 and 1827, and that Dear Father POINT iABE March 30, 1846. .

I 1. wars for strictly profosiona services ; and salutary is entirely gratuitous, for no one is preceding I have established thatno And now for concatenation. A char Great Britain had no just rights founded on : here on Tuesday
last.
quill The
r; yet see not the probability that I forbidden to aspire to a seat by his side. And Minister can with safety take part in the with it discovery exploration or possession, of any vessel came over the bar in safer/
ged perfumery, which its fragrance
gives out -found Col. _.
c lawyers will be less numerous, or more to bevenerated a word further here in regard to Mr. Colquitt.A. concerns of government, and that to do so in the audible of). coast of Oregon from 42; to Twiggs- he arrived the same
than when the Marquis of Carpio, I J. G. says, Judga C. has been in Congress I would violate the spirit of his Heavenly commission is idea intonations of thunder, 540 par 40 ; that her occupation was under, and day with us-he left here on Wednesday, t a
an so exquisitely refined, as 'lo the three
I- in answer to the requisition of Innocent the a great length of time, and has never I think I have said sufficient 'to justify the of defy therefore controlled by, the treaties above join brigades to march to MsUro
Eleventh for 30,000 swine, tendered him just been hindered the Convention powers analysis on the part of Scott, ras. The Mexicans are about to -
the performance of ministerial for having inserted the prohibitory with all the wisdom mentioned, and gave no right to Great Britainto fight us.
attributed him.
to With
have
that number of lawyers. functions by that religious connection to which clause in the Constitution. If the continue it, or to predicate any claim to the They crossed the Rio Grande, t attack
out noticing further the rhetorical beauties
this
.. The professional' vow of the physician isever he belongs." This is another mistake. Mr. Minister has no right to demand office, cerlainly with which able exclusive possession of any part of the coast post with 700 men.

k. for afflicted humanity, and this not neces. Colquitt wus. once silenced, but subsequently no right is violated by our Constitutionsaying riched his contribution your correspondent has en. within those limits in the interior country, na. Major lonro has only one company hare.

I sarily in the form of"glstering grief and golden restored-a strong proof that the spirit of -" No Minister of the Gospel shall be a rather awkward dilemma, permit into me to adver he to turally tributar to the rivers emptying into May started from Gen. Taylor's

!.4 : sorrow." That lawyer i is, alas Discipline may he tortured and violated to ac. eligible to thc oflico of Governor, Senator, or has thrown me, and extricate myselfas best I the Pacifc on coast ; and he further argued camp last night, with two compniel to rein

a but too ofien enlisted in behalf of treasons, commodate ambition. And whether Judge member of thc House of Representatives of can from its toils. It is evident," he when the Convention of 1827 was force Major Monroe. \ ar I
: and crimes, shocking to recite.- C.'o usefulness dispenser of this State." He is therefore left says attack every moment. The Sutlers have formed ;
stratagems a a the Word of without any that has loaded his of ordnance abrogated, when the twelve] months after notice .
: i But to these nevertheless he is bound to lends Life, is impaired or promoted; by his political excuse to devote his whole time to the business with Scot and he piece had shot had expired, she was bound to surrenderthe a company to defend the goods.
powder, though no still
all his energies of soul-all the mysteries of I I position, leave to tho common sense of eve. of his lfe. to wit : preaching the Gospel. fired like the old woman who discovered territory to the United States, as they had Gen. Taylor sends the steamboat Monmouti

: t: his art-to summon to his task all the skill i i ry impartial man to dceide. He is attached And in he may do this without ohstruclion away danger in the trigger of a and in 1819 acquired the paramount title of Spainby to she New Orleans today.Ve do no know i
gun will
: which years unwearied toil may have placed I to a denomination of Christians; whose minis. it has been enacted that he shall be found means scaring her child the Florida treaty. Though Mr. W. sus. carry this mail.

: at his control. Under such circumstances, I ters profess and believe that they are inwardly exempt from the ordinary duties of the citi. him that it was the trigger thai by provingto the tained the title of the United States to the I the Mexicans succeed in taking Point .

i does he ever confin himself holly to the law I moved by the J Holy( Ghost to take upon zen. He is not required to perform jury, mi. in The success of the put bal whole of Oregon, he was opposed to the notice Gen. Taylor will have no line ofretretL
1 -i and testimony T Does he never throw around them the office of the in the litia In motion. sage I have been on guard two of the
Ministry Church or patrol duty. many cases hp passesall in convicting her child of the tixth of her lesson as he believed it would I lead to war be. nights out
*. fraud the blandishments of cunning, or bolster I I of God, for the promoting of His glory and the toll bridges and ferries free ; and let him was doubtless attributable tc the fact that fore the year had expired. He was in favor packet. Our guard went out four miles from

I. iniquity. by the wiles sophistry, and thereby I I. edifying of His people," and who, in their ordination choose whichever section of country he may she had a juvenile mind. like own, to of colonization by the United States of (he the camp, and lay on the grass. An express

.J 7 connive at guilt, and lend collusion to injus- I. vows, promise .* diligently to read or for his field operations, its freedom is extended rate on. I am hardly] willing my to attribute ope. countr and preparing for war before the no. has just arrived from Gen. Taylor's cmpl.

; lice ? Men may, nay do, ofien grow grey up. I expound" the Holy Scriptures of the Old to him, in some instances by law, and ;in success, in the present instance, to the same my was given. He had all the army throwing up work

r. on the bench, and jet fully illustrate in their and New Testament unto the people whom others by courtesy.I fact, though it is obvious that I lave succeed. Mr. M'Duffie thought that the Senator from whole of last night. His campis only t
lives as well as in the purity of their morals, ,' made this article hundred yards from Matamoras.
they shall be appointed to sene. I he already longer than ed equally well-for the Hon. Senator was Florida, had misconceived some observationsmade The RIrr
r every social anddomestic virtue. They may conceives, therefore, that he in I intended, Mr. Editor, but the subject i not pleased to charge my piece of ordnance, or by Mr. Fox, in the British House of Grande runs between

I. even be conspicuous amongst those whosefreshness 'his present position without violence to his exhausted. I cannot, however, trespass lon cannon, in plain language, with air, discharges Commons which he had quoted as asserting The United States ship Lawrence has sent

of feeling and naivete well become ordination engagements, he cannot certainly ger at this time upon your indulgence. I il by means of a trigger, enits a vulture, the gones of the Spanish title to the North all the men she can spare to man the fleet.-

the simplicity of chidhoo and sincerity of object Jlhat others also may form opinions a may recur again to this subject. The strong. or other bird of prey, for he \ territory. Mr. M'd.- read- aD n. Dick Ogden has four men on guard. 11

youth ; but bow lawyers have passed the to what may be required of him. And this I est arguments are yet to be made, but until speaks of blunting his talons to subsequently tract from Mr. F x's speech oth ext-pie APWL 1, 1846.

,. ,s whole tenor of their lives in the barrassing brings nn to a dissent from or approval of the those already advanced are controverted, no and thus have I made the Hon. Senator injury seek, to that which Mr. Westcott had quoted, which P. S. I open this letter to say that the wagSon

ordeal of a protracted professional career with prohibitory clause in the Constitution. From more need be said. to avoid a led to a different conclusion. has just come in from Gen. Taylor's camp-
means political grave" by the directly
out blunting the humane and active sympathies what I have said, it will be perceived that VINDICATOR.A discharge of an air harmless In the the Bill to protect settlers from There is nothing new, except we are certain

of their nature and sadly warping that cbarit- I sustain it ; and labal attempt to do so by his own confessions gun fact utterly that have by the U. S. in Oregon, was taken up and dis. of a fight. We will send three wagons up
I: able spirit kindness which alone can ennoble asserting that no in the Now Testament certain timid young person lately cut his been the of can cussed. with the returning train. Two hundred wagons

talent and grace oratory? is the servant of God directed to engagein finger with a pen.knife, and ran in alarm to a less magical performed than by that agency of Hen 50 Alexander influence Mr. Vinton,of 0., and Mr. Homes] of S. in a train two miles long, is a fine sigfoWe -

Although free from the temptations I would any work but that which pertains to his well known surgeon, who is more celebrtedfor C., opposed the Bill, as a of the have entrenched ourselves.

; here expose, I no closet exborter, striving Master's business." If this can be proved, his skill than gentleness of manner. The himself treaty stipulations with Great Britain. The
:, burthen a* on other men's shouldersI I who will assert that injustice is done the Minister surgeon looked at the finger, and then calling But again-Col. Bel reminds" Scott" of Bill, in these Mr. Holmes said, The correspondent of the Charleston Mercury
t bin a servant told him to run and bring a plaster. the fact, that he none of ttat class of partcular under dale 13ti,
much move with one of my of the Gospel] by the 10th section of the I IOth asserted the right domain. Mr. of Washington, April
ri own little 1 a Iphis lecturing Hannibal Article ? That this is so, however, isabundantly Run! run! make all possible haste,"cried he. constituents who acknowledge the"epithet of Holmes also took occasion to reply to Mr.Adams' says, I arn informed on tolerable good authority
tngenno" 0 heaven !I" exclaimed the in man, and that they would to
-no evident to any one who has read patient, a poor sorn beg, in the that a cabinet counsel has been held
on argument support Spanish
t te ar metpbyaiclnIdl1 trembling voice, I is the danger so great T"- borrow or steal "Sot" congratulates Cot o the call made for
upon the first the New and it will not be neces. title. upon by Mr. C. J. Ingersoll,
; &ulating princple. Te.tament this Yes/' answered the surgeon, I the dan. Bel on the 81vent their_ fliances, and the particulars the disbursement of
to multiply Mr. the Bill respecting
imagining .
vainly
quotations upon to reduce duties
( right dianc. sary point- to be of the 1'Kay reported
is for if he does not as happy apprized hot, as Col.] the
I : Lions where there are not to b. "No man that warreth, entangleth himself Cf T very great ; ro'ver on and for other purposes. secret session fund, and they have deter;

; shades o difference. And yet I would rv.jl with the affairs of this life," but is commanded fat the! wound" will heal before I can put op of Bell the can citizens possibly of Florida be, for for there whom is,no he portion enter. The Bill is similar to that framed by Mr. mined not to give the information asked for*
Journal.
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COLQCITT ab- f .
were NEW ORLEANS 12. relation to the For Sale Cheap, "Taken Up, .
WASHINGTON' CITT April 1S46.Xbi April pilot I laws, they urge : "This
S sent.So A Little Later from Itlexico. heavy charge,(the charge for pilotage) though TF ALLIED for immediately Mr W, P. AT Smith's Brick Yard a short distance
is the 'last day of tno great Oregon the resolutions for notice passed, in the The in the first instance 1 Waton' HOUSE,LOT,fcc.in Belle Air. from TanabaS.tbs dar Saturday,
Gen. Houston isnrikingt barque Mandarin Capt. Colley, arrived paid: by the vessels, is in I J_ 18th of ordinary .
in the Senate. following form : .'10. IDT No. 104,on Ziunroestreetfront. I a irn grey r
f debate he advocates the notice, says noth. Joint rwo/u/ion from Vera Cruz yesterday, hating sailed fact borne by the produce or merchandise ing theCap\tot Title indisputable. size, about six or seven years old. w' 4
?- concerning Oregon territory. thence on the 3d inst. She brings no later brought to or shipped from the port, and is I. C. DEMILLY The owner can have her by paying expenses, onapplication
the extent of our daim, does not Whereas the
by convention concluded the
ing about papers than were received by the Mississippi levied on such merchandise in the form of extra ApriI2, 1916. 4'J' 4t at the Yard.ROBERT 0 '
think there will be a war about this question. twentieth day of October, eighteen hundred W. WILLIAMS.
steam Her verbal freight the same that dutieson
,. Houston is a good speaker. Thjcre is I be. ,' and eighteen, between the United States of be frigate. intelligence may on merchandise principle Notice. April 19,2519. 30 41CJMEETINGS.
the
in the Senate for a bet.tlement America and the thought important. foreign though paid in mtnths after date we will present our final
now ofthe United
majority King
Here a Kingdomof Capt. Colley states that just before he left, first instance h the importer, actually falls on SIX and voucher the administrators of 1w O
but the chance f r settlement, Great Britain ) a
and
) at 49 Ireland, for the period he conversed with gentlemen character in the consumer those goods, by the enhanced Robert Y. iVellford,d and apply to thr Hon. Shirting, Osnaburgt and a larte

.r at that, is fast growing: more improbable. ten years, and afterwards indefinitely extended Vera Cruz, who stated that a revolution price, in consequence of such duties."-X. Judze .f Jrobal fur L ea'e n .v tor letters of dismUsioi >3 assortment of Staple and Fancy Dry GOt:,

S The claim up to 54 40, is a growing ques. and continued in force by anothe convention would inevitably break out that day at Vera O. Delta."PROGRESSIVE". : : of said estate. Bo ts. Shoes lah&..c.&csuitable for the Sprirg
r :"54 40," is becoming a term to rally of the same parties, concluded: the sixth V CHARLES: S. SIBLEY. > AdmVi. trale frr sale by
lion Cruz before 3 o"'clock P. M. headed
the
by J. CARAWAY SMITII, S STARR, FLAGG.
North Northwest and West, are day of August in the of the LLOY&
the AMERICA-IS
Lord
under, year our one federalists, and parlizans of Santa .\nna-in caption ,\ i 2 1'i. 40 6mAdminlstrntor's 1S4C !
;
inflamed on this subject, the municipal elections thousand eight hundred and twenty-sc\cn, I it fact we by all to the of an article in a late number of the London 1 \rrilS

'rt just held in the city of Xew York, turned was agreed, that any country that be presume opposed mon Times. The writer indulges in many sad reflections Notice. Notice.
archical
The throughout! the West claimed by either the northwest may designs of Paredes. Santa Alma because of the rapid of the persons indebted to he estate of Anna Brok. months after date. I shall present to the Hon.
54 40. on coast growth ALL SIX
press party
ca was daily expected from Havana ; and it i is late of Jefer! on County, dcfued, \ e of Probate for Jefferson County my final
. }bare taken a stand at 54 40, and, if the ques. America, westward of the Stony or Rocky intimated that his partizans have seduced the great Republic. He hears from afar the treadof make inmediatc) payment to the subscriber ; and account and vouchers as Administratrix of Jeremiah

tion is not speedily adjusted at 49, the oppor. mountain:, now commonly called the Oregon government at Vera Cruz. Almonte's the coming millions ; and in prophetic vision those ha'in claims against said estate, must present Drew late of said County deceased ; and shall then'Pl1

unity will be lost. The notice will unqucs. territory, should, together with its harbors, troops see the thrones of heavy oppression meting them fo payment tn the administrator within the for letters of dismission as such AdminUtratux. -
recent to Veni Cruz have
visit
.1, tionably pass the Senate, with perhaps some bays, and creeks, and the navigation of all to do with the suspicions may manifestly something excited as away before the skill, and enterprise am time rewired by law, or JAMES the will be BROOKS.barred of re County, April 11.RACHAEL ISIfl. 39 DREW.flmnTaiCoilcclor's *

Jigbt modification Senator Westcott,though rivers within i the sa 1)C. le"free and open" to a revolution.It indomitable! energy of American freemen. Il'sa.s cov'ry.Jeflepon Co. April :23, 1MO. R 2m Adm'r. Jd'efon

. an advocate for the claim up to 54 40, will the vessels, citizens and subjects of the two will be recollected that Gen. Almonte :- -- ,.--- Notice.

not vote for the notice, because he does not Powers, hilt without prejudice to any claim Vera N5) European policiacan look forward Notice. THE undersigned Collector of the State and Coun-
was at Cruz, on his to 1rtitt'. sent of Leon, hereby givn
final Taxes for the
it The will which either of the ham way to the of the United Slates within! the months after date, I shall present my ac- county
deem politic. whigs generallyjusist parties might to thither power SIX in the
any ,
the
by Paredes on a mission, in order to and vouchers: the Administrator of Samuel notice,that he will attend at Cout.ht.u ?
. on qualihing clauses. part fA"aid country ; and with this further pro get rid of him. The Mexican: do not present< century) Lut with the m,nt appalling! Sccttdeceased, and:1 apply to the Hon. Judge'of city of T"laha'ce.! until the last. day of the ensuingTerra
papers
. Itt the House of Representatives, the bill eision in the second article of the said convention believe this. pro
to protect American settlers in Oregon has retired ofthe sixth of August eighteen hundredand It is stated upon the authority of a letter In 1830: the census of pop. was 12,000,000( the )Administrator said estate.ALEXANDER. SCOTT. : purpose for of the receiving Iis4o.the Taxes due said State and J:
car
rr the Oregon debate, and gentlemen, twcnty.sexen, that either party might abrogate from Gen. O'Donnellto the Spanish Minister In 1810 it was 17.000,000 JefTcBon 25, J 40 f.m county A. A. FISHER !'
April
who did not speak l fore, have now en opportunity ; and annul said convention, on givindue at Mexico, that the attempt In 1830,at the same rate, it will be 21,033,3:33: County tl. Sheriff, and Tn.Colector. ,

1 of speaking. This bill extends ourJudiciary I notice of twelve months to the other con. :Santa: Anna's life was pretended a hoax, perpetrated upon In SCO, :!,1 .O;; I'ortcr and Claret. T.nala'e.Aprill 1 tZ-fco .

&c., over the American residents tracting party :- by young man with the sole view of extort. In 1870, 49.270 059; Li CASKS LONDON PORTER, NEW DOOS.- ti ;

in Oregon.A And whereas it has now become desirable from In 1S"0, (OS.202,280 :, 30 duz Claret |just received and for sale hy IG'S COTTAGE RESIDENCES.' ;
the
ing General and his friends. FLAGG.
money LLOYD DOW
man named Warden from Virginia, was that the respective claims of the United States We do not learn I by this arrival that In 1390, 90,019,3fil Arrill.Il6. STARR, 3'J & cbste's large Dictionar. 0
) this with and Great Britain should any In 1900 137 ( > 13 McCaulev's ?, Guizot: English Revolution \
arrested in city esterday charged be definitely settled, has been made to fill the of ,l ,i of Dante's
place Guizot's
appointment History r\
of Sruallvvood in I'au- and that said Speaking of the transformation of the wilderness .
the murder George territory may no longer than Senor Parres, Secretary of the Treasury. SIJar. Poems translated by II. F. Cary. Poem by Oliur
quiet County, Virginia in December last ; I IIP need be remain subject to the evil consequences The President has issued a stringent decree to the granery of' the world-of oar 4 BARRELS Crled Sugar Wendell Holmes, Knowlscn's Complete Hone Doctor ,,

has been committed to await the requisition of of the divided allegiance of i its, American wonderful! internal ij,.provements, and the t fir I case da Yankee Stories, by Judge Hahburton. Three
of lie
: I taking out i Depirtimental I Assemblies ofotircomnuerce he 2 lo'he.uh Crown Sugar, (; by Dumas, Pickings fri>m the New Orleans .
and reaching activity
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of and : uardlrcl
Governor Virginia. Uritio.hpopulation of the confusion says
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the
sal
control which they might have in the 2 Orleans Sugar for ll Dead Boxer
I any lrrtl!lew dai5f ,Jack Malcom's LegThe
from the President in and conflict of "The greatest laoor of I Hercules, i the noblest Picayune .
national
Nothing answer jurisdictions dangerous l by FLAGG.
yet choice of Governors of the Departments, by STI\RHILOYD & by Wm. Adenture of a French Genlle- ; i iV
resolutions think the President the cherished deeds recorded] of in ancient or April 1 1st,,. CarJ'ton. .
to and Wreckers.
to Ingersoll's many: peace good understanding making nominations for the President to select mal '. m'n.The .bv T. S. Arthur.The Olph
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will refuse to furnish the evidence desired of the two countries from. He has further Governors rodl'r history, sink to nought, when compared Huron and Pork. Cowmllilon, Te Incognito,Count Jrlian.by i
to
the resolutions I hardly J think the With a view, therefore that! be taken given with the doings of Brother Jonathan." RJtr do. do.. Queen of Denmark.
by ; steps purely of his own appointment, t the sole power !, Shoulder, Hams and Prime Pork just re by Mrs. Gore, Book cf Fate.NEWMUSIC..
for shoud! be made l lr ob\'ions for the of the ----------- SIDE Sibll .
asked said
exposition ; abrogation convention of to appoint members to form Vssemblies' in and for sale by :

reasons of public policj. I understand the the sixth of August: eighteen hundred and those Departments where the late Vsvmblics: Till.\IIISSEEHSILESltE\ PRICES (CI RREM.. SAim. LLOYD &FLAGG. A variety of for Piano Forte: Songs, 1 1Waltzes \
: I", Isir I 39 great pieces ln
April -
has determined dismiss of his in the mode : .
secretary to any twenty seven, precribed in its second were dissolved of diss.iti-fiction : Dances &.C. ;
consequence --
Clerks, who have violated th" secrets of the article, and that the attention of the government with the present 1 order of aflair These Corrected UeeVly by Starr, Ltojd A. Flag; IL-CJSffi BOOKS. s

office ; Mr. Buchannan has been absent i inPennsylvania of both countries may be the more Governors have like control over Municipal-! BUTTKR-Goslien, 2"a 3) REWARD. Arnold's Latin SCIOOJ Book. first and second series,
CA>I>LFS-Mould, IIi; a 17oSKrin $300 .:
and his rcturn to this city was I earnestly and immediately directed to renewed ties which have been dissolved, and the Governors : 3a .Ilk Anthon's Greek Lessons Anabasis of Zenophon.SpIendd .
this efforts for the 0 T OR S 7'OJ.E.V FR OM.ifY P/.VT.i.. Fire Screens Green for Window :
hastened by hearing of matter.A amicable settlement of all Paper
COFFEE St 7 0lUvana T
are held to the strictest responsibility, Domingo a ChattaLoochce River, six G.Bourne !,
the
J \-on mile Curtains, &c, &.c just per Brig : 9
in our 'jail attempted suicide their differences and in to said Green D a J,i recei\e
disputes :
prisoner county respect and], "in extraordinary"cases" are cothedwith ( below Eufala, a very likely NIGRO CHILD, (a and for sale by '
by cutting his throat un jesterday.The territory the most dictatorial powers to preservethe Hio, 9 a WeLJguir. !three years old. lea misled from the yard late April 4, 1M<>. 37 P. A. IIAYWARD.CIGARS. ,7

new Tariff bill has at length been Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the territory aol 1 domestic Java, ., 10 a dCITo J Ie in the evening of( 21h March. ; a thorough searchwas -- r
integrity davs
1 ) made tat night and for several successive :
presented to the House, by lion. McKay, of the Unttrd Mates of American tranquility. If the reader will!! ponder on this -Ordinary to goo Fair. :? a without discovering a trace of his footsteps which I ,

Chairman Committee on \rap;and :Means ; Congress Assembled, That the President he will perceive that no more frightful system COTToN 1JAuctauNerVorkPerjart1, a 21 indurt the opinion that he may have been stolen ; I JUST RECEIVED PER BRIG N. G. BOCR E.i .

the bill nil! be made the special order in the of the United States be and he is hereby authorized could be devised for concentrating power in hlntud, H a I: the circumstance of two men being seen on the same i FIRST quality Justo Sanz Principe

Houte on some early day.. The new bill ma\ at his discretion, to give to the British the hands of the Central Government. It is Ildia. >) a :7!cB'LE day in the woods near the settlement, also favors ro,000 Cigars. :_
lb
modified hut the law.I i the ROPE-h'ntucky, Itr ; a that opinion. Havana Cigars,of the choicebrands *
be somewhat present government notice required by its said defended by pleading the extreme danger of Gu s, .1 a 1 2.scr.nNnTvjc He is thickset, full-faced child rather boss 8,000 Coto".n

uill he repealed] that is certain. I second article f for the abrogation of the said the country)" from foreign 1 war, and the necfs- E, 23 a 37FLotnWCstl'r It ''J, and a had a thick bu-l.y head of hair, and I : Washington La Norma's :4. ,

A Grand Hall comes off to-morrow in t the convention of the sixth of August, eighteen sity of preserving internal tranquil.ty.; To per Lbl. 7 a fl think a large scar upon his\rist produced by a burr J. Panatelas .

Saloon of the new Odd Fellow Hall, in thiCity. hundred and twenty seven.'I'he our minds, it looks rather like preparing to New York, (f "iU His name i!Reuben ; perhaps he might answer toil. .Corill
Reglia's.
.1
this; furnished it is I and is Hal .rr1. f If he be stolen' I will pay the above reward for the Varela J' 5
building isjust an ornament prevailing impression "
present "
I the .Santa
down revolution Ann
a by : 2j j
meal ] a
put partv Cur j>('r hc. >. : apprehension of the thief; and if he has been sol I Ksculapsio Dames, \
to this City, and highly! creditable to that the house wi rej'c the amendment. or to be ready to carry into effect a royalist GRAIN-Corn,bushel, 40 a 50 will pay' the purchaser the amount he paid for Gala .

r the orderiy\ which it is erected. The objection i that it ]leaves the notice to revolution. It will I certainly incite I the Oaf, 15. a 1'isHMackerel and all expenses lor furnishing me with the information Panetclas,

The :National Fair will be opened in this Executive discretion, instead of assuming thoresponsibility people still further todisilH-ction. No.. I. per bard, $13 a 13 I will also pay any reasonable demand for anyintellizcnce LaJoyaNapolcon. P J

City on the 20th of :May next, a largo build (jf the act lor the two I Houses The at Vera Cruz the barque ;I 1, "" halt bbl." ,IJ 1 a communicated to me.or to Mr. Thomas I Dams, p,
a
Iandarinlcf 1. qr. Eufala Alabama, which lead to adiscoverv.
may
Lowry near .
/ (ding is now being erected for the purpose near of Congress, and that it puiports to beg the .Ann Louia, to sail in a few days for New I 1, eighth btl.O! a El. Reglia. S

the City Hall.Correipondence. British Government to join ours in another York ; schr. Lavina sailed for the same 2, barrel: 10 a 1 JOHN H. HOWARD. Coronis S

effort to settle the qu stion. But, upon further port on the 1st instant. The barque Cler. I 2, half. 6 a Columbus,Ga. April 11, 1".Hi. 39 2w Lafayette's Pressed. j
of the Chai letton Courier. reflection doubt be Herrings!, I. barrt-1, Gl$ a 7 of the above Cigars are warranted of the best :
it will discovered that All .
no ,
,
from this had arrived but not dis-
mont
.
port half barrel. i I Howard.7"ILL
1, 820
WASHINGTON, April 10. : f quality, and will be sold at the lowest prices, by!
the contains in favor
preamble an argument! charged.-Picayunr. HIDES-Dry, per Ib. a 6 be paid for the apprehension ofthe April 4. 1S46. 37 P. A. HAYWARD. t.A t.
in the Senate. The of the com'enlion-and the best 2 ',
The agony is over terminating < Gr.en. ac 'p \ negro man HAYS, who runaway from
notice has passed by a majority nearly (four( one that can be of1red-amsd that it certainly' IMPORTANT. TO LEON CoUNTY PL WTERS.- DeerSkins, S a lute Pen'acola between the 15th and 20th March List of Letters

to one, but in a form that is so unacceptable' to recommends the notice, though it leaves it to The Leon County Agricultural :Society: are I Ann, perIL, 10 a Uc HAYS. is a likely Negroof light color, about T> EMAINING in the Post Office at Tallahissee,on ;f '

those who originated it, that it is doubtful the Executive discretion to give it or not.- enabled by the liberality Merchants in New LEAD.EATIIER-Itarness-Bar, per Ib.,, per-lb 30 8 c a 2i or stfiiit:50 years; can of rev age!,,write 5 feet, and I or is 9 a inches first rate high Steward rather JLV the 31t March. 1946:

whether the House will take it. I have no doubt that the House, after something York and Tallahassee,,to offer a premiums Sole, 25 a or Waiter. is more than probable that he has .tndersonThomailI Hand,Joel l

The whole proceedings in the Senate, were of a storm, will agree to the amendmentof for the best Cotton produced in Leon County, Upper, per side, EUa- forced the signature i I of Mrs. A. M Dade to a pass, Ash Charles C Hows, John R .
Nathaniel
intensely interesting. The House almost deserted the Senate, and that the President will approve two elegant silver pitchers, worth each 875.They Dressed Deer Skins ; i with which he hoes to escape to a free State. The Alsten Joseph I Irwin Herrington, MrsArmstead f
Sheep Skins, a 1 will be Aliens, B
by the members during the day, they 1 of it. will be awarded, on the first of January LUMBER per thousand feet $11 50 a 15MOL.SSF paid above for reward his apprehension with all necevnry and delivery expt-nses to Mrs. Dadeat James P Jerew Floyd P "

being congregated in the Senate chamber.< In the House, the Bill to protect American: next, by a committee appointed by the Society., % per gallon, 22 a 2; IVnsaccIa. Arnett, Jonas F ..IohnsonGYAdderson

After :Mr. Crittenden: had spoken about two I settlers in Oregon, until the termination of as follows : one pitcher for the best lot of ten NAIL-S per lb., fi| a 7OILS LEWIS A. MIDDLETON. John Jordon.Marcellustddison I .f s
C
hours on the general subject, and in f.i\or of I the Convention, was discussed by Mr. J. B. bales Sea Island, and the other (for the best AND PAI-VTH
qualifying the notice in such a manner as to Ingersoll, Mr. Wick, Mr. Giles, :.Mr. Seaborn lot of twenty bales short staple. "'l sJiall White Lead. per keg, pure, 1 a I 330 REWARD. BrownMrs l A JohnsonIrwun F W .

render it inoffensive, :Mr. AII"n waived bis Davis and others. The measure cannot pass be( th" prize planter of Leon Conn'ij Let "" No.1.3 a RUNAWAY from the subscriber I;mile Brown. J B 4 Johnson, Miss MAC i' ,

riglt of replying to the arguments on the other in the form in which it was reported. It must very one try, and if he does not w in the prize, PROVISIONS- aol Hams, per lb., 11 a 12J east of Tallahassee, on the night of the 2d Bron on, Isaac 1 2 Jones Jordon, Dr Geo S F W .

side, and proposed to proceed to the \otc. Ilisaid be essentially modified, in order to meet the he will be sure to get a better price for his Side, 9 a 9i inst a negro man TOM five feet,five inches Baker Butler.MrsSanhC Col Key.MicagerKain 2 :

he should move to lay on the table the resolution 'approbation of a majority even of the democratic Cotton. Great; public interest will doubtlessbe Mess. Shol1'u., $9 8 a a t and a half high ; light complexion forehead and, with an intelent Baker Jonathan Wm 2 I

ofthe Committee and the amendments I party. Mr. J. R. Inersol pronounces felt in the result-and the Society hope that .VLT, per Sick. per- halbM.- 2 a 21U extending countenance between; a the peaked eye-brows to the root of his Burges, B 3 Kit, James S 1

proposed, and take up (the House resolution. it to be a measure of actual war. The modifications every planter in the County will feel himself \ peril, 6 j7cSUGAR nose ; about thirty years old. Blak Dr Robert W Leslie Kite,James John C

If the latter passed, it would receive the anc-- J required arc such as will make it warmly invited to enter into competition tor -New VIsiteIavanna.Orleans( per lb.-, -- 12i s 1"a Inc J3 The above said reward slave will Tom be given on the to any person of apprehending the Brunt Brantley, Miss, R F Ellen Lipscomb Jas Tj t,

tion of the President. If it should be :am *nd- | operative on persons, and not upon territory", hue prize-Sentinel. Double Refined Loaf 16 17c delivery Bloxam, Wm Lavender Littleton C :
J t ,at plantation.
ed, it would go back to the House, and be lost and to Its. limited. in duration, to the end of Lump, a same to me my CHAS. L. POWELL. Bri ham, Emerald Linton. Moses W
Mexican AfFiir.IMPORTANT Wm C t
in a conflict between the two Houses. i the year's notice. In its present form, it extend TEAS, accordme to quality, 75 a ?I 1J April 1, I S.l ;. 3' Belaroy, Janary Lawrence.Lovd,Nicholas .
J
Tm .Some details both Alfred
.
IK n.- 5-)
This notice was agreed to. .Mr. II. John. *jurisdiction o\'r the territory}, and, after TOBACCO according to juality, a 3'xViMXwGn. ciii11NGl CLOTHING ulok., Laversage,Thoa ;
curious and important, if authentic, are givenby 4 a
son moved to amend the House resolution' by I the expiration of the twelve months, it appliesto the \oikCounerdcsEtatsUim of \ Leaf. s-* by 10, a 4. LARGE assortment of SPRING and SUMMER Baj ley,Thomas Lendon, James F

adopting: ( Crittenden's proposition, leaving :-1 all persons within the tcrritof.-\ 10 bv 12, $2 a : A CLOTHING: Also. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS Booth, Edwin GBroward Livington. -

out the proviso, that the notice be not would ensure a collision.PRNSCOH. Saturday morning. According to thisjournal, 10 by 15, 3&a f &.C., just receive and for sale bvI Col John 2 Merick.T I
it'.1 which ,' its information ,' Blunt Joseph
Irol r 33 a 30COTTON. II. GREENBERG CO. i
WHISKEY.
en till the end of the Session. Mr. & & Thomas McLean, Hon D G
Benjamin
April 15.. liable sources, the various l factions of the Republican March2tlSl6. 35
j moved an amendment to the preamble, introducing ..:::; New York market remains Bacon Miss Emily Marshal, John W
dlll
S. Gen'l. Taylor which with diverse in Tht
NAVIL.-The U. steamer party, objects Miss Mcelray, John :
Brown. Margaret
a portion of the President's reasons arrived at this port on Saturday eveninglast view, yet are of one accord in their opposition i. and inactive, the news from Europe prr Unironi notbeing NEW SPRING GOODS! Ball, Mrs Susan Mays Col D

for the notice, and for measures to prote-t settlers I from New Orleans-having undergone to.Parcdes, have agreed to act together, favorable 8 was anticipatUtle or no Chair.Benjamin,junCutts My'rick, John. sr

in Oregon.Mr. extensive repairs at that place ; she is now mia taking :Santa: Anna as their chief, provided he Cotton received in this market ; prices range from J. R. FORTUNE Wm McVoy, Daniel ;"
in fa\orof compromise Robert E
a Carter
Pennbacker Fpoke good condition for active service. will give the guarantees they require} for Insincere :i to 61.'. now receiving per brig Republic and daily expecting 'aseJason .rc Mier.fUttreil 9 '.

on 49. The U. :S.: surveying schooner, Phoenix, and faithful return to lhrl opinions. hd_ IS per brig Peconic from New York a }large Craig, J GCarmichael. ,
Mr. Allen's amendment was rejected, 22 to : of FANCY AND STAPLE AN'
UAIRIEn. well selected assortment .
and
McRory
Licut. Comin'g. C. P. Patterson, arrived Negotiations have been opened to this end, Wm
32, as followsIEAS.Messrs.:- .\Wickland, near anl-town, Nelson county, DRY GOODS,suitable for he Spring and Summer Cushing,John Moors, KidderCovington
here on Sunday morning, and is preparing for Santa Anna Las given the stipulated guaranties of the following:
: AUens1alcJ, Atchison, :entucky. on the 7th Aprilby the Rev. Mr Smith, trade con-isting in part ,Tristram Mays, Dr. Rhdcn -
a survey of the rivers and harbors of this and and we have seen, says the Courier, a Prints, 5Paris Shade' Robes, Cook Miss J Elvy, NoahNightingale ),
Cameron Miss NAN Fancy Mary
Atherton, Bagby, Breese, Bright, DAVID L. YULE of Florida,to
the adjoining] States. confidential letter from his companion in exile, lon White Linen Dri, Cass, Dickinson, Dix, Fairfield, Hannegan, The U. S. Frigate Raritan, Capt, Grego.ry Manual Crecencio Rejoin, which gives prubd- NIC C. WICKLIFFE.: daughter of lion Charles A. Brown" Satin stripe terrible Daid Neville,G N 3 '.
Niles Penn "backer, Ru'kSemple General of the Unitid Graduated Natalie, Peterhri'tianJR
Houston, Jenness, > I sailed on Sunday last for Vera Cruz. bits explanations of :Santa: Anna's past conduct \\Vklifle, late Postmaster Figured Ban ly.
Sevier,Sturgeon Archer and Barrow Turnej, Benton 22.NAS. The U. S. brig Porpoise Lieut. Comm'g. and vouches for his present good faith. State _________ _.___ Cottonades York Mixtures, ,Wh't llblin" Dr John Onell, C B

.-:Messrs. I Hunt, sailed the same day for Havanna, thenceto Senor Rf jon has also published a pamphlet ambroon Nankin, >ranC.londeadHera- Chairs Green A Phelps Mrs. Caroline L '1

I, Berrien, Calhoun Chalmers, Thomas Clayton the city of :Santa: Domingo with Lieut. I). explaining the reasons which induced Santa Notce. Coton" mi Chairs, Furman Pender, Benj H
: John M. Clayton, Corwin, Crittenden, months after date. I shal.apply to the lion. Rich Satin stripe Barege Dixen,Horatio Prevatt. Presly, J ft
of
I> < D. Porter, who we understand has charge Anna to make, and himself as his Minister toapprove SIX of Probite for for letters Driing. Scarfs, Aaron B .
e :
Halney
Greene Haywoud, Henry
Davis, Dayton, Evan, for the U. S. Commercial the decrees ofNovernlier29 and December late Light Dress Dorge Puckt. "
of government despatches of dismniion a Administrator of Mary Savage Earlston: Fancy Capes Devane, Cornelius L Rv. T F
Huntington, Jarnagin, Johnson Maryland, Agent at that plac. The Porpoisewill 2, 1814, by which Santa Anna established of said. County, deceased. Cout I Rich French work collars Durden, Henry Jane C .
Johnson of Louisiana, Lewis, M'Jul1iIan.: the GF.ORGE: JONES. Linens, J fancy Silk Points D K Thoa J
l not take Lieut. Porter to Chagrcs, as a species of dictatorship by dissolving Irish PUD. .
Miller, Moiehead, Pearce, Phelps :Simmons : Jcfllrson County, April 25, iir.41) fimXOTICI Damask) Linen Napkins, Shade fringe Polka cord, Dge., Patterson, Jennet I'
gum percussion caps for the South Pacific squadron the Congress and restraining the liberty of the ; Mils,
Webster and Wood. "Toweli. Egyptian Duval.Col. JohnP 8 Roach Henry L l'
Speight, Upham, have all IA', L. C. hkf (emb. super.) Sleeve and waist girdles. F 3 Regan, Richard ,
rXJlodc.
bridge-32. The steamer issippi, Capt. Fitzhugh is press.Don Manual Rejon justifies thcso extreme Cambric and Jaconetts Ladies'' white and colored Dlaey., Chare Ryan, Penelope {

Mr. Breese moved to strike out the word, anchored offtbe Navy and filling up with measures, by showing that Santa Anna and 1U u. : Grass Cloth, ,' kid Gloves Dozier, mater Albert G Russel The T
Yar
do.
.
'at the discretion" of the President, which and for immediate himself intended to invade Texas, "TrILL rtum the of OFFICE IN Irish and thread F.dgingsGents. Everct, Miles Rohtcei John :
coal sincerely
provisions rich Bonnet Ribin"
preparator and Musi in (edg20) ps. C s
lost the same tote as abote.Th I V V HH YARD. Cambric Emmet, Mrs Suita. Mary
was by
Johnson despatch, on the ofpersons or persuaded as they were that if Texas should April 2 IMrt. .10 and insertings!,) f buns, Evans, Miss Mary AnnEvles.Wra Stokten. H P ,
:Mr. !
s substitute offered by llf papers from Washington for the squadron at be annexed to the United States, it would be : Black Trimming Lace, 'Fancy Caps, Shees, Mrs. Maia 1

was agreed 10, yeas 30, nays24, as'follows Vera Cruz. forever lost to Mexico. Cllthn' nffaiiist the United State Gimpem Insertings 'Rich Fancy Parasolettes, Freeman Wm B Sims Dr. l

Y EAI.-Messrs. Archer, Barrow, Berrien, The brig Somers, Capt. Ingraham, like. Confiding in the explanations and pledgesthus P. DUVAL. of Tallahassee, Florida, and Printed Paris Lawns, ;A larga assortment of Fudge, L S (mt. Miss Frances JShuter ..
Calhoun Thomas Clayton, John M. Clayton,.' i .JOHN A. DICKENS, of Washington City N S. Sulphide Muslin, ; French Fower Forehand, James Nathaniel M
Ivans wise all a taunto and ready to sail at a mo.ment's given, the Republican coalition i is preparing : claims the United Slates from Plaid Swiss Muslin, ;Fine \ Bonnet', Fountain, Mr Stillvvell. D C 1
Corwin, Crittenden, lavis, Dayton, and him at the will prosecute against Eagle Eye t JSLine '
notice. to recall Santa Anna place elsewhere. Letters to DUVAL DICKaov Oinbro > Faircloth,Allen Smith, A -
Greene[ I Hajunod, Huntington, Jarnagin, --- -- head of the projected revolution. But with Florida, Tallahassee or Florida,pout paul, will &atten Plain Swiss and Book do. jFlorence Ferguson, Isaac Mrs. SarahSmallwood :

Johnson of Maryland, Johnson of Louisiana, NEW YORK ELsxrioN.-Tbe N. Y. Evening the success of that revolution his task end. DUVAL &DICKENS. Ombre Bal arines. Neapolitan Rutland .. Fetcher, Lionel Joseph L .SFareys.
wi ;
Lewis M'Duflie Mangtun, :Miller, :Morehead, evening last, : deto. 10 Printut. Padded ,James H Smithson James T '
Post of Wednexday says Once restored to Mexico, passing over the 25.JSH. ___ Satin Stripe Mourning 'Rich Lace Robert 2 SattrrwhiU, Penelope i
Pearce, Phe'ps, Simmons, Speight, Upham, We Lave the satisfaction of announcing a ruins of the monarchical party, Santa Anna J. 11. ElIAS Balzannes, >San'Iconaemb I Cot. W Stephens. John

Webster, \Ve tcott and Woodlridge-JO. great triumph of the Democratic party in the will convoke the whole people! in prima assembly just receivi-d per Schr. Antau from Havana, Broche figured mourning: English Patern" I Fisher C I Trice Mrnor T 3 '

NAYS.-Messrs. Allen, Ashley, Atchison, election held yesterday. and consign to them the election of a 1 Barrel Tammannds Muslin, Paris lace t FordS R Taylor, \WTammadge

Atherton, Bagby, Benton, Breese, Bright, The Democratic candidate for Mayor, Mr. and President himself renouncing i Soanish Peppers, The above were selected by a gentleman ol decided .Wm John 2 i.i.relkin.
Chalmers, Dickinson, Dix:, of about five Congress a Stone Monkeys or Water Cooler*, taste, and he rests assured that those whoi Flowers, John L. Thompson, Elizy
Cameron, Cass, Mickle, is elected by a majority the latter office. Mania Hammok.Apri12 call and examine, cannot do otherwise tha : Griffin, John F Thornton B G 1odfrey

Fairfield, Hannegan, Houston, Jennets: Niles, tliousan !I. Our candidate for Commissioner An absolute retirement to private life will 1'-f. __ ___ him that credit. Mrs Nancy Thomas, Henry Z

Penny backer, Rusk, Semple,Se\ier, Sturgeon ofthe Alms House has succeeded by a similar be one of the conditions annexed by him to For Sule.kONF He has also just received from New Orleans: Gramker, John F Timans Richard BrahamAlexander

and Turney-24. majority. in the plan Republican res. BUGGY, with fine Rich embr'd Canton Crapo Shawls worth $40, Taggart, Wm !
amendment co-operation single-horse Linen Cambric lor dresses, Gadsden.Octavious Mrs. E C
figured Thompson
the
Mr. Allen protested against In the election of the two Boards of the ( her top and:spring purchase, made Pans Lawns Germany FJeaner Tindall, J A

al trembling to British power, and was Common Council wo have almost annihilatedour Thus speaks the Courier, its revelations are manner. Apply to t Embroidered Rob, cocker John F Tom Wm '

taken to task by Mr. Crittenden, for undertaking political adversaries. Two Whigs and one of sufficient importance, if they are true. ApriL 2.5, 154G.- 40' J. R. FORTUNE. t Black Thread -worth $23, Gerard, Mrs Wm. !

to dictate to the Senate. Some lively Nativist in each board arc all that is left to & C.CNCUAL AGENCY Long Silk O. K. Mitts, (new style.) Gkins.Hardy Washington Col. Henry
COMMISSION hich he offers on the most reasonable terms. otYJarnesA Wells J B ii
All of
took
and reproach the of those two factions. \
of mutual rc8.llm readers have
pawagrs perpetuate memory FREE TRADE.-Our probably IN March2l.1S46. 35 [ Mrs Jane Wall. Wm 1
plaw between these two,Senators, when the before this, suspected that we are inclined Hal. ,Alexander Wallis, B

final vote was taken on agreeing to the rcso. SWI DL O.-Wo copy the following from. ,towards the free trade doctrines of the age (m I2& (mJI o SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. Howard Amass Woodward, A L
14 the list Southern Review, published at Jackson Havens,N M 2 Wright Benj D
stood 40 to ,
lution as amended. The vote -the doctrine which must in time triumph. lIE having established an office in rriHE'subscribers take pleasure in informing the
Such deserves subscribr. JohnHynes.Wm Williams,
M follows :- in Mississippi. swindling The great argument in its favor-that the T Albany. i, prepare to SELL AND BUY NEGROES _L citizens of Tallahassee, and the surrounding Ilutchens James Walton, Thomas Joseph
Atherton to be exposed and punished : the and property on Commission at fair that they hare just received by the last arrivals .
YIAS: -Messrs. Archer, Ashley, taxes raised by tariffs are always paid by : country Hastings Henry Wiiamln9 John
of this vicinity brought re. His intimate acquaintance New York a splendid assortment of
rates. .
from
Calhoun, "A gentleman and reasonable Sarah
Bagby Barrow Benton Berrien, been in various contested Hodson Mrs Mary
has
consumers, ways and his lone and Goods. And
St. Louis 'five barrels of whiskey, with South-western Planters generally Fashionable, Fancy Staple Dry Wbittipg. H BHav
from Geo S
Cameron Chalmers John M. Clayton, Cor. cently advocates for ( but one by afford him the best New York Holey,
several days and by the protection ; acquaintance in the business.Till they will be constantly receiving from A R Williamson, Jno R M
Win, Crittenden, Davis, Dayton, Dix, Greene, one of which he opened ago I one they have given away-and from SirUnhpr facilities promptly and advantageously discharging and New Orleans (selected by the first houses in the EbenezerHumphries. Sarah
of the
instead t,
that ; Hoy
Haywood Houston, Huntington, Jarnagin, found to his great surprise down.. they have assented to the all orders entrusted to his care.. For the present, above places with the greatest care and attention, John G Wigni.Wm
it contained Mississippi! wa. Peel in Georgia will DC connnel (I inc particularly fo? this market) all seasonable goods in Wm
Johnson of Maryland, Johnson of Louisiana, supposed whisky, In our own State, we supposed his operatiens Hagerty, Jackson Woolfe,
or two in a which principle. counties of Baker, Lee Sumter Randolph Irwin, I the above line, which they offer low for cash at Daniel White, Dr. Wm A
Lewis, McDuffie, Mangum, Miller, Morehead, ter, except a gallon the tr.Plp tight majority of the people were protectionists Decatur, and Thomas; and in Forida. to the counties their store in Tallahassee or Montirello. Houck Daniel War, RCT. B W

Niles, Pearce, Pennybacker, Phelps, Rusk, wa securely fastened to The individual ( but we are happy to find, that from of Gadsden, Leon,Jefferson, The' L. I H. GREENBERG &CO. Hair Herch, Jacob Williams,Mr .Mary Jane

Serier, Simmons, Speight Turney, Upham, enough not to admit of the water. memorial presented to the House of Re. most unexceptionable reference will be given. March 21. 1846. 3 Harrison,Thomas Young David D -,
ha thus succeeded In ingenuityto a Orders for the present. may be left at the store of for th above Utters
Webster and Woodbridge40.NATMeure. who on Thursday, from the Chamberof with Laws of %- Persons calling any o *;

Allen, Atchison, Breese, twindU hit felow.mn out of money, must of a presenlatives Commerce, and signed by Mr. 3. J. Pe. prompt Messrs. Hunt &Pynchon,where they will meet A FEW copies Pamphlet Florida Lawi of Florid late will plea say they ae aurts.. t p. M.

Bright, Cau, Thomas, Clayton, Dickinson, certainly have apprenticeship almost ters, its President, that this distinguished body I atenton.GABRIEL SIBLEY. 1. Sin, f
Evans, Fairfield, Hannegan, Jenneu, Semple, series of years,"and we think him. ripe has tt hut promulgated the true doctrine. In 'Albany, Oa.f April 22, l84. 40 3t { LSI'S. p. A. HAY\V R.

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I ituuway in Jnil.flOMMlTTED Sale in 1840. Slate Tax Collerlor's bale.BY new BOOKS, %c. Notice. State Tax-ColIcctor
8nle.
May,
to the Jail of Leon County. fr: Monday of Puritanism Thomas W. Coit,D. month after date, I shall apply to the Hon virtue 01 the power vested in me
law I SIX
,' virtue of the in me by by B by
'. irtu W Florida on Saturday, the 21st of Mad, BY for sale, before the Court House ( and Fruit Trees America. by A. expose ,before the Court
the Clerk's oJlice! of the Circuit of Joel
the expose dismission
I E ISlO a man aef about 30 who Court t>r J. Christmas in Rome by W. J. Letters of a Admini.trtor the city of Tallahassee, county oC Leci, i
negro years County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, witrein door, in the town of Jasper, County of Hamilton,on Dw.llng. Holidays Walker, late of said county, deceased. ,
his name is JIM, and belongs to Mo etLinton. Paul Jones Alexander SlidclI Mackenzie On
says Kip, by thejlrsl in
As Monday
<< Munson. Jesse Atkinson and The in JESSE August
are first Monday neil next
Florida. The Mary Ch.dr September WALKER
of J f r"on County, owner i ,The Practical Astronomer, by Thos. Dick,
plaintiff, and (;icorze is the
Procter I have 1845.
4eferdant. December 27th following L
property,or so much
to forward, and the ( much thereof will 23m thereof
I requested come prove property levied olowing property or so as Erasmus Wilson on Healthy Skin,
upon, and will for sale before( tie CourtHouse the State To due
him away, otherwise he will be dealt with accordingto expose pay ( aid County taxes due on the same for The lile of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlvle, Notice. pay on theme for th.eu 11
door, in the city of I W I, N W S
I Tal.hact. vu 'nd.Y 19, T 2, R 2. N
law. the of the vear lSr| : Wiley : Putnam's Library N o 2. Po..Talc, weeks after date, the undersizned will apply ad ,
fourth diy the
May [ nt
J. W. SIFRWOOD, Ja.lor. following described to wit legal OUTS I The S E i ot Sec 3:, and the E i of the N E 4 of Citizen Prague, by Mary Howitt, SIX the Judge of Probate for Leon County for letters lad belonging. to Col. R. W. Williams, owner
:
March 29. 143. Lot proltrth Sec. 33,and the entire sect ion 31, and the W J of Sc Lady: of Milan Newman's Essay on Developement.Frennont's of John D
administration the estate
of on Judge,
o.'U.,
in addition of the f The E
uty <) I. S E
4.S13. NE
3.:), and the E: J of the S W 4 of Sec tin, all of' .. Exploring Expedition, Masonic Chart, 4 of NEJ. s4
Tax Notice. TalUhas: Lot No. :'J ,.l. in the original plan111'reol. R12Nand E: The NE4uIS2andtlieN lof American Leslie's late of said county deceased. i of N W !. S 24. T 2, R 2, N and E W I. c W r
Colclol"s and L(.'ti Nos. 3'') and 35, in the S i of county Conslitution Mil Cookery EDWARD BRADFORD,
T HAVE. this diy Itvitl upon lot* : *_ eight. flint ijuartcr.levied S :'i, alt(the N E 4 ol' S 4-, T 1. R 12, N and F...purjxirling -, Past and Present, by Carlyle, RICH. II. BRADFORD. Sl5NW4ofNW4.SI9T2R3NssdE.W i of N W !. S 19.N W {'
JL McNeil's containi to belong: to the estate of Hector W. RradcnAlso Bibles low prices.Clerk's 4ca1'SW1SI9T'1
and ten and eleven, IUf't ;as the of said Jefondait and Splendid family at very March 14, 31 fhyAdministrator'
upon ,
sixteen hundred acre of land more or less, lying between to be sold to eatiifv said property of lien tacias the N W 4 of flieS F. 4 of S 7, T I. R 11, Assistant, Baptist Harmony 19.6. 3NandES1ofNE1S24T2R2N5'
writs
Little River and Rocky Cointort and to he sold l N and 1:., purporting to belong to the estate of Mercer's Cluster, Buck's Theological Dictionary, Notice. situated, lying and being about fifteen mile !

before the Court llou e door, in the town of Quinev, March : Is4'J. A. A.. W.L FISHER SIIIRWOODD., SherrT.S. Washington Dunham. Shakspeare with forty tnlavin IX months afterdate, the east of Talahue on the road leading to orn rl

on the first Monday in July, h I'. for the County -:1. ---- 1)J. -. : Also. the S E: 4 of S 31, T 1. R 13, purporting to SCHOOL BOOKS, &c. S final return and ebibit undenilnedwimakehis Store or okie Lake, purportoS 10 kt.

taxes due Gad* ten County for the year eighteen hunt Sale first in 1810BY belong to the etatl of Benjamin Chaires.AUo Goo-Inch's History U. States and Questions to do, bate for Leon County. administrator on the estate long to estate of Thcophilns lyman.
3
Monday
dre I and forty-five(IS 15)) and cot ,by the claimants May, Sections > and .Ti, in T 1 I. R 12. N and I:., Parle's Common School History, of Roderick Mclnnis. deceased, and ask for a discnarge TheEi.N El and S Pl. ; NWJ Vpf

of Forbes' Purchase, the proper!} of the Apalachicola virtue of a writ of fieri facu, issntd from purporting to lelong to the estate. of Thomas Li*. Parker's ExerisP on Composition. as such administrator. S31T3R2.NandFEj.SEIS2W.
the CUrk'0 oiKce o If the late Superior Curt for ingston.Also Davies' Davies' ,
Land Company. Algebra, Lenlendrt JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. .ituate near
J.UIEo A. MCMILLAN. tin? County of Leon, Middle District of loriJ., the W i (.f the N E 4 of S 23, Day's Algebra I ,\in Iatin Dictionary March) II, 1316. 316m the nington p rportinl to belong to .wi. Mq a

Q'lincy Dec. 29,1S45.24_ Co Tax Collector. Wjcreiu George W. Call for theme of. ic. i The F. i of (the S W 4 of S :n, Leverett's Latin Lexicon, Tacitus, Insurnce and Company.
.
tif, and William Choidmini.tr3tor.. isdelcn- The l I.. Jof (thl X E4 of ::11. I.atil Lessons, I. izac'. KinSiltys Gold Petis. The.: I. S E i. S 9; w *, s w *, s l0- N w i

.JOHN ERSICIHE dint, I hue levied upon, and will f'pui fr, sale.brlorctiie Tht W i of Ito' S I F.: 4 of S ::1:1.:t It.hoar's French Phrases Envelopes for Letters, lUST received per Brig Emeline, 2 dozen Wood- S15.TI.R J. SandE ; S 17, T l.R l.NandL*,

ATTORNEY AT LAW Clurt-hlu"c door, in the city' of TJhhaiste The N E: 4 of the S K: 4 of S ::1:, Pfiforati-d Iapl Coril 1 NVcklacr-s and Amulets, a J wards No. 1 Gold Pens, the best article manu. except the E I. S E J of said section; also. E I.j4

(iulncy, Florida. ,": Motidi*. t the fourth day of Ma* next t. nth in The S W 4 of the S W 4 of f S -,1. al in T-,, R 13, &1., 4.c rcci.t per Brig Emeline and for factured. For sale hv W i, S T 2, R 1, N and W; E I. N W l. S 9,T

WILL attend the Justice Courts of Gadsdon Le.L l hour, the lullowing dcscribt-d Irpl*, tviit <> N and E. AU.. ihr! K: J ...f the N 4, and the W ale. (,* I P A. HAYWARD.Ftbruarv February 2 JI.I#; 32 P. A. HAYWARD. 2, n. J, X and W., adjoining the lands belonging

the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, : i of I the N E: 4 of S 5T I I. I R: l 11. N and E.: P'lf'Jrt- ; 2 1MO. :'M -- Geo T. Ward. Esq'r.,about five mile luth-cut t

and ths l'mth Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. The W. i of S. W. h of Sec. 22, T.2. R. ', K i I'.. ing to belong:to thl' (.tatc of I tardy lrant.ANo. -- Sew York City-Xo. Iii Broadway. I Tallahassee, owner not known 0
.
November 22, INIV. tf Ix.'* ifl upon a-the pri.crty of said. tefetidaitand the :\4 of S ,ti', the W j'ol tinN E 4 of S Southern Harmony.COPIUS Th Ejof S ofS8.inTlRi.N1BdW

{ Sentinel copy. t, be sold to satiIajd. writ of fit'n i facia jo, the :K ol the S W 4 of S '2'. the S W 4 of theS 1 SOUTHERN( : HARMONY, just JAMES BIRGEmm SO acres, near Lake Jackson,purporting ta belong '

___c A .\. FISHER. ShetfT. W 4 :17. the E i of th- S W 4 ..f S 17, the S 150 received and for sale by 1 m1 Charles Uilliamson. ulTheNW4ofSWiSMESEjS27in

March, hi. 15:*' J. W. SictRjoop,0. S. W 4 of the S I E: 4 of S 17.1 in T I I. Ranee. 14, N Nov. :, is 15. 17 P. A. HAYWARD. |
9 I I taken the above store between the CITY in T 2 R 2, N and E a
!
r and E.: purporting:to "d, lalmund! I B.! Vas-i. Tn he friends of lie Insane.fpHE HAS containing 120
COMMISSION I I MERCHANT, Side first Mjnd'iy in May, 181G. S I of the S \\" 4 ..f S:I. T 1. U 1 13Nand E.. and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he- situated lying and being about foureen 36Jo nortk*
J ; of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCHAND !
No. 4. Front Levee, belong the( of Win J. Mills. Dirlh.t east of Tallahassee, to
irttic of a w i it of Fit'n Facias ivMicd 'from the purporting to t. I.t.te JL the purporting belong to the
the of
BY : at would intorm ENGLIII CLOTHS
: Wilhamsburg, public VEST. e
NEW-ORLEANS La. CI rk'8 ofl: ; of the late Superior Court for the MIL'ldX j. IIY\N: : C.\SSIIER. tate of Rbrt Humphreys.
WILL attend to BUYING. SELLING. RECEIV count*' ,fLe-.n, (Middle: Patriot of Flcridj, wherein Shir and tf officio Tax C..!!II. Co. Southern States that by a recent law of the Legislature INGS, &.c He would respectfully a Also \ :town l lets: Lot ro.m in He

G and FORW.RDXG. with promptness IU.W. V< H is ptnntif and George; Proctor and Ftbrnarv! '2s, I I" &I'V :J2 '.m .I hey are (empowered to receive ins me patients ance of the patronage friends, believing original plan of the city of Tanah3s, and part of
end ptviiig board, from other States. This is the oldest he will be enabled to give them the most entire lot'No. 174 in the north
despatch. i William Wt-cden ---- -- ---- addition to the city of
are clifl'nd.Ut",1 I have leiedup 'n, .
November S, 145.. Ii; :u.1 will lpo..fur itie, ,b'f"rl the Court-house,door Tax Colc''lor's Sale. I uii'lfd Institution[ by of the the Colonial* kind! in Government the Union in having I'G'j;been and latiactinn.Aprils, IS'5. 37 l haft.( also 1 lot of said No. 75 il the south half of Ta-,

in thecit of Tallalu of,on Monday the fourth day >Y virtueeif llu'pow'* r in by I shallti county quarter city.
1 3 : "I."tU. tie Iw. is, from its l location, lxt adapted for Southernersbei -
Nolc ol Miv I next within Ir al liour. the following described ,"".'for Male bcl'ire (Ihl'll'llt dlt.r. inMadi i he New, Extrusive mid Spin Id Also the landspurfortinglo belorgto to the
rt-motd (frotn the cold <.ft
liz
indebted to the estate of piercing NorlJ.and lachicola Lard "Ap
person Wilt "it" Cfcmpany, lmn the J
ALL property, to oii County, I I. 1 kricb uti the the heat ol' the South. ASSORTMEST OF I
.late of Jefferson County deceased, will Lot No. | 'Ian of of fruU cl natill cuatire bounded North by the line of
211 it the original [ thecit* /'trxt Munilay in 1 .on. Jemarcat,0 /
St"lcm'H'r. upacity is highest order! : nine out often OLOTH1NQ] '
? o.
make immediate pigment to thebubscribtr; and Tsl1ahiao.! :\1"0', I A.l.X... :;<), 3.. and "G, in lie the H OLOTyi West by the Ocklockny River, South by the *
those having claims airamst said e.t tte, must present h liatt'of thecourit*. following pf.p.rly. or MI I'Jcl I at \\i cases recover, it rel'IH.dithin the first six months T lIE subscriber are now receiving: a line a..": of Wakulla, and East by the St. Marks River ecnnrr
lull oJlat.r.fe *' thc State tax due on (I.e J t"the ,I of the- dises It steamers and
them for pavment to theIn..nistrtor. within the itd uj'on as the proper* 'f iid tKffidanl pa "orr.t. sear : ? i"l.a.If access as daily ment of CLOTHS, C.1SSLMERS. Si VEST- known a part of .Forbes Purchase."
time required b}'law,.r the* will In recove be sold *iz : stop at a w hart' not tai. fim the As\ turn. The ro' INGS, which they are prepared to manufacture' in A. A.
t'Jrr to said writs
ry. SMITH StIKIX Sheriff. al.1 satisfy A. A. of fieri .ari.-. The E J of (the S I E: .i. awl N I E: 4 of the S I E 4 and ern tr..ttUl'lt. UI'tl| the non-n-strairit s'sttm. is in.urr the most fashionable manntr. Also,a large supply ShfT. and FSHF.
rx-officia .
FISIFn. Sllrltf the N W 1. to to Fl Denni ..stnl The- ( of C.
awl uvlui.g; Gecrge rat isuis. dat- L
ex-cffieio | al.artulllldmit
County Fobriiarv '21. 1"1'.t"l.. 11 tralo.Jteron tm March 13, I* '; }fly} J. HFR\W O. ). SNotice. ,-taxes **Ilpf1rtmg ;.ric'al..n. IIC ,-nN acC"rllin.to their elate of mind, READY MADE ClOTHiNG, January 21, 1546.. 27 6m

: Ringe ",Townhil I, S and E::, purporting to belong and ,1-t a romputp di'i"iol..t the classes, of society. (made up by ourselves,) in I he latest style,consisting Tax Collector's Notice. ".'
JCS RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA BY to '-taxes "2 W.'THOMAS The fare and the( board S'perwetk. in of
is
months alter date, the will S.nlclaJI lxllIlnt. part \\'E this
: levied
uJlr"ird
day the
J. R. FORTUNE SIX pre have fnrni.thed I upon following lots
\NGFORD. We a parlor tastefully
and
Frock Dress Business
nt hn acco-ir.ts and \ovicf:er" to the Judge of i fl'at d-wor: : Coat : tracts of land The north o
: west half of
: 00 000 lRUI CIGARS boxes of 10 Probate of Wakulla Count*, AdmiiiN'rator! on the Shfl and ejcJficw T. C.. M. C. with t curtains,carpet sofa, centre-tableottomans, Black and Colored Cloth Frock and Dress Coats, east quarter, and the north east half of tb nortk
Ftbruiry I 11, :1S4'i': '' I'mLuitil : mirrors, "Olk'and a piano : airy crandahs for summet northwest
estate 'If M C. RJbirt..n., and apply: fur Utters of Cloaks and Overcoat, Twe Saxa Gotha Section twenty-one.
'l2 quarter Township three
p doz. bottles aborted SWEETMEATS, tii.imisiun from the retreats ; an extensive enclosure fu evening ,
said estate.JOHN and Beaver Bus. Range three
: Surtolt hundred and
Coat one
lbs. Spanish Cinnamon CHOCOLATE 1'. for Sale. rambles; a carriage for morning and evening rides ; & : containing sixty are
2 HI'NGERFORD. Plain aud Fancy of land, more or less,and to be sold before the Court
kegs OLIVES In right of hiwif. Y virtue of ordor and decree tif the a reading room furnished with hooks and newspapers "est '
M. A. Hungerford.IVcemlxr 1 an Hon, T. : House door, in the town of
Quincy,on the first Moo-
1 dozen GAUVA JELLY.February !. i:1, I l-r I '.'1 rm .1) J. Chute,Judged Probitc for Jt-lllr-on C'Ult, ; and moreover *arious:means of amusement.A .- Black and figured Satin.Silk. Cashmere, Valencia, day in July, for the
County taxes due
Gadsdca
-- resides in and and Silk Velvet. IS.6.
-- --- the( to
14 -- -- --- Chaplain building
1S4G. 30 directed to Ui a* CorniiiiMoners! we (,tf.'rt preaches!
1DJ1. 3.3 5. 30HSYNHS public sale at tIC! C<.uit H.IUMin the \\11 of Mon- the patients every* Sabbath. L.u!"nf inquiry should PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. the County for the of years Malcom 1543.Gilchnst.1S44 and 1S45 and costs,

For Havana. :"onda\ (lie ''Mh I the !hI' directed to Dr. JOHN GALT Physician and property
on 2' r
cumme4ccI practice of Medicine, in its ticf.lo. April, t t tract of land ALSO -A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OK JAMES A. MCMILLAN,
fist-!ailinn packet Schooner .ious blanches, in the cit of Tallahassee and lately bv Jeremiah I 1k.ntley ,dtTeasedronsting Superintendent of the Eler Asylum, Williams- Quincy Dec. 29, 1*45. 24 Co. Tax Collector.
THE
Cotton Ss. Linen I
Shirts Cotton
ANTAIV R. S. Hubbard. Master its ttcinity. Rc-aidincc at the City: Hotel. I of the following: porcrls *iz.: East J of N W burg, \muia. Nett. Merino, -

wlll.nl about the 15th of each April_ 4, 1"l'! "..___-Jt* aiuut l E.i.of S W),:c-c_ 3d: _", T::3.R d. _N.and_E; W J.I March 11, IM'i.; 31 rowlOvv Stock-. ..4 Collars and Lambs-wool.made Canton Aduini lrato.'s Notice.
I and > \ 4SJ1'i :i, i; j, A and i. > Flannel I and
Apatachirola.Tor t; j 1.4, s months after date I the .
alt apply to Honor
DiJN'O.. G. fAMIJL12 2", T R :'f, N aid! E.cont WILLIAM H. WARD Cravats, Jeans Undershirlsand SIX wIl
pas-ace 0 ih, apply to J. R. FORTUNE Jr., 3. :lining in all Three I Hundred Judge of Probates Leon county for let.

February 14 IM'i..' 3'') Ph(niic n.M.n; OFFERS'us Ir('(ionol S*>rice to the citizens and Twent*' Acres. Ttrmsof 3.1c: On a credit .\TOnXIY: AT L.WDGE AGENT, GIf Hand'chiefs, silk, cambric Half Draw ers, ters abe dismi."ion as administrator of the estate

ee and its vicinity.Nov. until the first dav. ol Dt-rc-mbfr next, except so Io't. Joshua Sills, late of said o
Just Itecehed! County deceased.
bj J. K. 1/oriuuc, City of Washington I) C. ,
IS, Ijl3.! 17 tf much as ina* I'l n t' -<,ar* to |poy tin- o-ts of Court, & Hat Caps, SOLOMON
RBLS. PRIME LARD, ---- .- ,I charges ol soul advirtising. I : announces that he will attend Suspenders, and Shoes, i.c.Eury SILL Adm'r.
--
---- lux.ulisi'lcr' RESPECTFULLY February 7, I 'j.
: kezs" :B O'3fl3SN 3 i N. PARTIUDGE. of Claims. "lforl the several requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobecan 2 tm'
10 bbl vellow Irish Potatoes. : F ExecutiveDepartments: ) of the and
MILLER, NEW
GOH'rmlnt.
: BOOKS &c.9"OWNSEND'S .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR 1. be found at their establishment
March 'i, 1M-5.; 3> AT LAW, March 21, l I.t'l i. .'{." I* cl.tuns agam-t the l'nit.t Mates for Lands or Money, on the most reasonable
Lummi.omT. terms. Our stock be Bible, arranged in
Hamilton ---- -- replenished the
.r"lr. County, Florida. !o the settlement to claims before wil histornai
\'colnt. JL
Co-l'arll'n.hiit. No*einlx>r i2 1 I"I". 1 I'i .'c"l i.i' I':-------1 Commissioners mul.r Indian or other Treaties, arrival almost every from New York, du- chronological order, in 2 vols. ot.,
I r pHEundersijn: < hnin (hit day themJL ring the season, by new goods }purchased by fr.STJLLIAr Sufferings of Christ, by A. Layman,
: IJoiattl months after date, I shall apply to the to and other Land Claims, and to the
i : LEIJJP5: ;; SIX : lon. I rre-Clltl.n who will Youat Olt the I iorseDr. Lard ocr's lectures
selves together under the firm of STARR, : of ., remain North during the ,11 JTos.
L Judge f 1.(01 County f..r 1 I. ttums j Par'rt to IVnsi onsin the Armyanudi
Ir.l.afe J"n.1 e.'e Thier's life of Napoleon 5 No,.,
LLOYD flatter lvts
and FLAGG the mercantile purpo ours ,
wil .ntinut \ ('ollIJI1ision of di-inis.i.utu of Charles A. d ), or (, llobtainirg here\ith, to the by
htote -
Mrrrlianl. C'I
l\lrlioncrr : ( The
lll.1 cOln.'ctl.t ,
such an and bv last work,
badness arrangement
Cooper's
; at the Store by W. F. selling Chainbarer.
: formerly {(upie late uf said deceased.J.1F I I of Patents useful Invention EXCLLSI\E.
or
Lloyd, where they will be pleased t< se their former STORE: in I J;:*ward's IIIItl: n-omtl O'c"lid C"unh. :" A. : ", and toall other fo business.ieoliljC ot a public, natuie rejuiring LY FOR CASH we !hal be enable s.l cheaper O'Dot by Cbjrlt Lever,
customers. ) STXRR. (r!. Marr & Ftosjz: "l Ijr'lli"Ll.t HEHTILOT.. than any other the citV. All The challenge cf B; rletta, from the Italian cf
[ "tC'iCf" Agent.
F. LLOYD may be comm iii'it-d I in the.ais.se! line. I' :ln'i'ilg \dminbtrtCr. : an persons in want of clothing are respectful! 'initlc D' \uglo. Throold or tbe Fanatic by Henrich
March-21. I i'1 I''(; 'I *;rn ( (JIMS against individuals promptly attended to, I
February I;, IS I'">. 31 F. H. FLAGG. -March- -J.!,-1"! -.--- .'!'. -- -- :. - ----- titles ine-stiirated. &.c. to call and examine and jude for themtlHs. Stilling, ( by Schiller,
-'- -
-- -
--- Last Sale of* Lands in Jeflerson Count '. free of letters CLARK STILLMAN. Only a Fiddler and the AuthorsDauhterby Wiry
Notice. ) to
Inllrm.lwl !iHn charge. 1\1 I"nrot street, next doer to Starr k Flagg.November Howitt. The White Boy, by Mrs. S. C. Hall,
olce. ; A LL indtbt -I N pursuance and b*' iru! of an order) and decree be post-paid.
d l
I SIX months after d shall present our ac persons to the estate of Henry J. I. ls43. 15 tf The Foster Brcther,edited b% Leigh Hunt,
.li_ I of f the Hon Judge ot Probate in
( (4.kl of
current andvouches to the Hon. Judje : County, are Knights the Seal, Nights i in a Lifetime
of Probate tot Jefferson Count, and then apply for hereby .,.1 ililo that pn\intltt inuit (tl' mad without t*' of Jcfd-on. I\11 expose to public ale, at auction Hon. A. S. WHITE U. S. Senate. M'CANTS' & SPENCER The Jesuits, edited by Tree. Lester,
dda) to S S. : for cash, 1""rE(lie Court House d.l.r. in M( nticello. E.: A Ilfsxrui, .
letters ,
I of dismission as executor and e'-ulrix Sltgent, as iiu furthtr indulgence The White Slave Maps of Florida, Book of Law
Joseph M. White, late begrar.tul.WESLEY the right title and intft.t of Joseph JAMEs SEMPLE, .
THEOPIIILUS REATTY.F.LLEV :MANNING Adm'r. hnnin.lte 11/"ILL in the C,> of the Middle Disv Pens, &
nrts
of said
4 A. BEATTY.JeflVrson Fbruary I MJ coutdy. deceased, in and (the \ing D. R. ATCHISON, practice SCHOOL
.. scribed lands, I Iving being in the county of Jef C. ASIILY, T t ic Court ;f Appeals] and in th* BOOKS.Morse's .
County, February":'} 32 urn alt
i
1.W .NOTICC.ATTORNEY : lower Counties of Georgia Off.ce at \lontuce11o'Fla. New Parle '. New
ferson aforesaid to wit : J. J. I\RPIV, of Illinois. Geogphy. ) ratioca
L JOSEPH BRANCH. L o'a.J.tL.RRtNCII BRA cn. TI.cS of the N W 4 of Sec 29, S. A. DOl'L\I, Sept. 21, I'U. 9 Geography Horace, .

:! W W8 The S W 4 of Sc, -"', WILLIS (;RrEN, of Kentucky. On Consignment. Bullion's. English and Latin Grammars,
I 1 ANl/COUNSELLOR Tie S W 4 "f N 4 of ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AT LAW, J -I CASK Sugar currd Hams, Susar. Tea Rice
A (part (If the S F; 4 1 of Sec 2J, being 20 acres, in S. C. SIMPLE, I. Emer!cn's Arithmetics three parts
C TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Clulncy Florida. the N W corner of th<. iirne, C. B. SMiTh Candles., Soap Mackarel. Loaf Sugar Flour, Eclectic Rrder.lhrte parts, Angells Series

THEm connection with the Southern Life Insu- \lf4 attend the several Courts uf Middle Flo- The E J of the N E 4 of Sec :31, J. A. WRiiiiiT, I Cheese, Crackers, \ nfu. Mustard, Pepper Cviustock's Philosophy, Greenleafs Arithmetic

& Trust Company ha* ing entirely ceased, and of Decatur County Georgia. The N W 4 of Sc {", J. I*. BowLi, of Missouri. Spice Gller.Xutmt'ls. Dried.Applesand Peaches, &c. Just received and fcr sale by

.Z they wil hereafter gibe their attention exclusively January- :1. ISM 21 The N W I of theN J E 4 of Sec 3>, all in T 3, ol J. M HI-C.HES, )1Cauni. Butter and Onions, fe sale by January 13, 1546. 26 P. A. hAYWARD.NEW' .

'J to profession. i:. KAItAAIlI R :, N and I:. HENRY DOIF of Wisconsin. Deceml-er 13. 1S45.. 21 R H. BERRY.

They will attend the Supreme Court of the State, .r., Also, j of lot No. r.of fractional Sec. 15, in T 2, April 12. 1M'. Notice. COOKS, Ac.
J and each of the Court tor the Middle Circuit. TNFORMS' his: friends! and the public of IM, N and E. JUST received per Brig Sampson, Narrative (

.. March, it I';. 33WILLIAM he has taken the store on the cor ROIJERT C. HURST, Adm'r. R. H. BERRY & Co. SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. *J Expedition lo the Reeky Mountains and cCh

I Monroe and Two Hundred Fool Jr-r ts nPHE under igned have this day formed a Co-part- of of Probate of Jefferson County, for letters eon and North California in 1S43 and 4, by Capt. J.
mrdil oppmite the Court Houso dismission as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth C. Fremont
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LAW 37J
I'cJfl. L price cts.
p II. ." i nl*' be found a goncral assortment IT: m ( n ] g.OO IKrship of under the above COMMISSION name, for BUSINESS.R. the trans. Jones,late of said County, deceased. The Crescent and the Cress, by Eliot
I i. AUGUS mi.iol a i Waburoa
i M \npOCKEXmWIGI., o in AND MEDICINES.: E\ery"t.: 1>IICISrirl: >l, Print, Muslins, Ginghams GL'IHAL H. BERRY RICHARD TAYLOR. Es<7.. Illustrated edition of the Pderim'J __
practice part Jefferson Drc.
I WIl ol f Ph*"icians and I'lantc-rs. County 20, liI5. 22 Tupper's
nership. They wih attend c.untit of the Middle I'ari-zfs Cal/arines: Muslin (.I v. P. & ProerbialFhilosephyabookothougitsand
-? (-! go xj qualitv, Iw for tnh. hams, Shawl, Scarfs, and Collars Gloes. IOlE arguments rriginally treated,
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District of Fl on li. Jack ion and Franklin coun (ajs November 10. [(291 1M' 19
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J liin in: the Apalachicola District. The county ol' \ ; I,(CAMPHOR* a supply and of SHEI AN'S Mills, Hosiery, a nprior a.assortment of Laces and M. D. PAPY, Illustrated edition of Vicar of WakeSeld.

Thomas, Georgia. The Coirt ofppeh of Florida, CATHARTIC Embroidered Muolin Triinining and a vainly of OiJ.r raxsr fT/TSl'WTSMT" A Dte's Poetical Work,, translated by H. T.Car/
LOZENGESaluibli: ; articles
; .t States and the at DI Tallahassee.rjc and Circuit CO'.rl of the United form of adminnUTing rnetlicine,!and the tO"t are.3hle : and arl ics sale to by numerous to mention. Just r-t.i H.d hOUSE AND STAIK IlLILDIXG. WILL ta u L Practice/ in all. !.the.' I.W9) Holmes Philosophy life ot Mozarlrold'5 of Mystery, by Dendy,

!I SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLASTERS, the L &. H GREENI1ERG 4. CO. Office on the first of the Cap Rugby School Sermons,
f RK IDT:>CZ: GERARD foe
WM II. P.RCKENBlttXFTalLihastee. chrapvft and l lx. plaster en'r f.tfcf.to the( puhhc March 21 I, .4Ml. 3:: VINGERHOETS itol, South wmp. room formerly occupied by the Parker's aids.to English composition

if tr" AUGTXTIX MAXWELL, .. for Huulati.I, Painaia the Back, Side,and Wcak"ANO ---------- ('rrl door South cf the Union Bank,) Secretary of the Territory. Chances and Changes, or Life 3 it Is,by Charles

.' I opriI19.15-5.:9 F. tf nets. .c., DR. roLc.ER's OLOS_ 10.1(1. /11VES notice that he is prepared toVJT NO\mbr 15, 1S45. 17 Burdett, Rura Eeoncmy, by Bousinghaut.
\o.\iAN
or ALL- FORECLOSURE: :or supply his friends and the public Book by
I FWO FINE BUGGFc.I I HEALING I n A 1.' M,an inval.iatle article for MORTGAGE: la THE SOUTH. Notice.SIX Fr.sf.
Sale.
lor : Colds CIRCUIT with any of CABINET FURNITURC Book of by John Frost,
I 1" with lan ', for Cash, at Northern Cough; *. Asthma, Kleeding at the Lungs Consump heirs or FLORiDA. articl up in a style not to months after date. I shall The Go Examples, by Thomas K.
: ion and its THr of J"II II. Sawyer, deceased, will b present my accounts bk Hervey,
J-i' prices.i certificates kindrt-d from disca'(" Pamphlets, containng pta.! (n"tCe that I intend to institute proceedings !lrlo"LJ any workman in the vouchers to the Hon Judge of Probate for Wjllis, edited by j. G. Cooper,
CLARK in
STILLMAN. >cr
& "pecting-iUialuabletJlects| ons high standing, re! ,fnrthw ilh, in the Circuit Court for the Southern ( corresponding with the Jefferson County and then apply far letters of dis The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heiress,bj

t November 1, 1515. 15 plmg as aboe. can be had gratis, b) ap. Circuit of lori.ll. to foreclose tl.f mortgage I hold limes. Bureaus, Sofas. Tables of various kinds, Settees mission Administrator of the several estates of Miss Pickering,

J ;"' Dr. HiilTs Wardrobl', Chains, and description and George e Smith Silas and Ascanio, cr the Sculptor's A. Dumas
S, Pulmonary Balsam, Talljha"->I'. January I 10, mr. o. if upon !htf'of John I I Sawyer,df-asd. t.lIe I of Furniture every RitchieGeorge Krupp John Apprentice, by
male Love
: in the to order 01 repaired at theshorte.st Ackley. ALEXANDER and Mejrr\enmbv
for Caught, Colds, .Itthmai, CrouproncMtr -- ---- city of Key West, .ituated at the corner of JERNIGAN. Horace Smith
f H7iooping-Couh, influenza, Iloaritnest, Notice. Iu\'al and Front strrtt, and known a! part of lot I the notice- He is also prepared to contract for December C, IS-CL. 20 Cm The illustrated history of Paltine.bv Jno.Kitto,
J OIX I after djte the three I in number building of 101.e., and such other work as isgenerally The Manuel of Malr mony. a dor,
foifnen Paint in Ihr chest, Spitting m.mth. und rsignd will! 3pplJ !'I'larf sccn, according to
:! of Blood o, Consumption, Difficulty O f'f tile I Hoii'/raMc J. m'' E. JhJ'mt. J'idjceof; A. G. n.J man's plan ol said tilu.Cli.ni.ls_ this department done h"l such carpenters His prices in. Wakulla ConllyTAX.COLLECOR'S Mysteries of the Backwoods, by T. B. Thorpe author -
lr to induce those desinoiis of Tom
of Breathing, Sfc., fc.THIS Piobateof L.m CUUI '.,for I letlcr lismi-iyn from !: \LLORY. willl a SALE. Owen
the estate o fly S. R ol' building li*(him employ, while the qual- A \intr Gift for Ladies, instructions in
f article has long l.*en held in lush estima Ur.lt.df'a.f1: Key We>l, March, 7, :iILOHIilBlrl;. :1:1: {" itv of his \\Irk. if it does not surpass, will at least BY authority vested in me by law, N trle.work. being
lor the cure of disease of the breast andS \"fEXKFn. ) fwlm. I have this day levied
Admr d. ----- -- fyi/n/any work done in this cit). upon, and will expose to Fleming Nich Bigelow The Girl
lungs. and is offered to the public a a remedy dcser- Jan \: : S. Tlie Upper "ilurtIuIIeSpIiig "*0 the (citizens of Talaha'ste. and public sale, in front of the Court House,in the county of Venice, The West Point Cadet Orange
1 r% 10, 1SI ; !urroundins
j sing trial by all who are thus atllicted. Ii. .: fm EAST H.OIMMA)_ __. courilrv. he would most h. .tv th.n1a ftr of Wakulla, State ol Florida, Lose and 1lurde Durbin's in the t'

e Particular directions accompany each bottle of the For Sale. i (the Patronage he has hUttofore'received, and trusts On thejirst in East Clark's Plavfair's ObenatioD.
Price u"rihr fak >s (this method of in- Monday August next, a.
medicine. SO
j. Sold in Tallahassee cents.Florida, by A WELL selected MiVdlaneo'is Library)' of the .TII : 1,' friends) and the public that their that he confidence tray continue and faor.to give satisfaction. and enjoy between the usual hours, the following pieces o dow Noye's Curtains Penmanship., Home New Music. Paper for Win

LEWIS most approved Englishdi: ; ion, of standard a l las,t'f the shove establishment ) February ;, parcels of lands, viz : Paper and Borders, .c.,ic.
A'IEo. .
& Druggists. wc>rk convicting of about thousand for term of _2" ISlt oq jv For sale by P. A.
one volumes. a sears, and will be to Lot 3
prepared accommodate containing 474 and known
December ISl' 2') HAYWAR.
I For particulars, % to all who favor .- :n'lmbr_._ .. .-acrl. January 21, 1546. 27
him
alll" may with I heir com o u me rviver "ur\ey. 10 me -
Samuel W. Carmn k.Samuel IL. Sic. JOS. F. RYTHEWOOD As the mineral \rJM 'J'TM& made acoroll original survey .
pany. rl'lrd. '1IailliCo'' the water by Ala Hat 'or. Also", lots number -
; r a pl.eusaiadJ. 'Wayle Baker, January 10,1 I'll. 05 Oalla, Jefferson County. it : !" by any) place in 42, 43, 44-, 52. 53,60.61, 62, C8, 69, 70, 79, IX months Notice.S I

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Ame'ica. The Springs will bt opened by the first SO, 51. containing each 3oO; acres, and known and alter date I shall apply to the Hon.

formed a in the practice of Police. day of Ma*'. Charges moderate and every attention described by said numbers according to the original Judge of Probate for Jeferson County for letters

HAVE, and will give partnership joint attention to bu SIX months after date I shall apply to the Hon. will be paid to the comfort of' ail who may favor him : survey made by Asa Hart field, Survejor. All the of of dismission said a Administrator of Edmund Gray, Isis

.. : t. line confided to their rare, in the Middle Circuit, e of Probate in and for Jeflerson County for with their company. above described lots of land situated ling and be. County, dtcet.

,-t a and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the 1 letters of dismission M Executor: of John Moore, FRANCIS A. IUSO: Proprietor. ing in the county of Wakulla, on the west side of I, Jefferson W. SANLE.
I late of said March 7, IM'i. 3J the Wakulla County, January 10,
; Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STLPHTXS will continue county, deceased. 3m River,being a portion of what is known 186.

: ) to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL W. CARMACKnd HARDY MOORE. Mn Mod oil & Petit Cotton Mend. as Forb'Purchaseand levied upon as the property TO .
: : J. W.nLES BAKER at_ One of the .JeiTrson. County.! January !7. 1;11. 21 OmNolire. Gul of Land Com-an and will be sold IBIN"'EIS.Ty
.laha"Ir. ---- RECEIVED: direct from New Orleans to (heir State and Tax Foundry Fvrnithing tfarehovtt-
by satisfy County for the Prnln
JUST
T 01 -
17 firm spend a part uiuu uiuc t Apaiacmcoia, county
FOANCISCUSIENKrn
.4 I 1 ana wil attend to communications directed to R. FORTUNE per Schooners Star and Home, of Wakulla for the year IS 15. TiE subsribr have opened a new Type Foun
;; that place. any I SIX months after date, I shall present to the Hon 30 busheU of' lfa't'J Cotton Seed, direct 'from R. TAKES : his Cabinet the public that he AHIJAH. HALL, city ol New York, where are
they
e of Probate for Jeflerson Abbey, En\., *', Miss. Warehouse (to the Shff. and ready to
I December20. 1&5. 22 County my final \ YazoaIf ft officio Tax Wakulla Co. supply orders to any extent, for kind of
_ a/Cun and vouchers a Admini.trator of Fr,'ncis 2 A) bushels Ptit Gul C.UOI Seed!, a genuine article. to building Peck's formerly Tin occupied, by in Starr the &Co.,net doom January 22, [24.] ISItV. Col Cm job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases, Galleys any Brass.
i Apalachicola Land Company. tat, late of said County. d"euP; and shall then February, IM'i.; 31 I' intends lbnulchry. rear ol which hl Rule, Steel column do., Composing

': I 4 ALL person are hereby warned not to trespass, apll f,1 letters of di.mi oinn as 'I Adrinitrator. MAKER: to,UNDKRTAKERand carry: on business of a CABINET Notice.OIX and every article necessary for a Stick.Chu

Li to make use of,or commit waste in any un- STF\'E:" nRfDGERS.n Nolc. feels well to UPHOLSTERER; months after date,I final account The Type, which are cast in new Ofce.
execute sha1 present my -
II P tf lawful manner, on the lands: of the Apalachicol Jer'r! -: -Count--*, Janua.v 1'1. 1"'I.' yt rmJVolfco. SIX months after date, I hall present to the Hon. of the \prepare branChf. of his business. O and vouchers to Hon Judge of Pro- entire new se of matrixes, with deep muJs.( Dter.ar a*
I Land which have not been of lrhate for Jefferson Countv. my final bate in and for the County of warranted
Company regularly : He is provided with the best materials for the and apply b unsurpassed by any, and will be soldat
,. ;., posed of by Uor our competent agent or agents account and vUldllrS as Executor of Thomas manufacture of new articles of C for a discharge as Administrator bonit non of the prices:to : the :imt.
.f:' heretofore, as th<- penalty of the law will b strictly SIX month afterdate, I wi present my account Woods late of *.it county, deceased and shall then such Secretaries Bureaus' bine Furniture, estate of James Hall, late of said county, Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines -
Bedsteads deceased
vouchers
; I I against to the I" Judge of Probate of apply for letters dismission a,Slch EAeculor.15ENJ a : WM". of the mot approved
Chairs patterns.
enforce al ofel.rt. in the neatest and BUDD.
most
'a. l.o Cotnty, fn.J apply (.r letters of dismission _\MIN MANNING. &c.c. perfectstyle.
Applications for leased as Jefferson County. Jarmaryl7.ts16.| Composition Rollers cast for
may pucbas. ort will also __: 2u1 tim
r. administrator of the le repair any description of furni- Pintel.
:: ? otherwise, for the undi.po of portions or tracts estate of James Simmons, late Jefferson County March 7, IM'i. 33 r.mHTARR tuie. A mechini_ constantly_ in ( to
of said A county, di-ccascd. .. repar
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1' of said lands lying MinI the counties of Wa- He would his grateful thanks ---- -- ". : presses and eli> light wcrk.
to
kulla Leon, Gadsden and known .SILAS D. ALLEN. ILVI) VL.AGG rtur the citizens months after date, I Editors of Newspaper,
as Fthruar of Tallahassee for the liberal he has already SIX shal present my account who will buy three timesas
I 11 I, !I" patronage
the".Forb "to our duly authorized agent -) --.-- I 3d rmAoftcc. ARE now receiving per Brig Emeline from New received,and respectfully solicit a continuanceof vouchers, and application to Ihe muchT11 type M their bills amount to, may give the

Mr. JUU' .urcha EI. in the vicinity or CJuincy. and Schooner Home from New Orleans (their favors I he pledges himself to satis. of Probate of Leon County for letters of dismissiln above six months'insertion in their papers,and seed

; JOSEPH DEL A FIELD. Rio, Laguira and J.v CotfIloaf and crushed Su- faction to all who give him their th'e a Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew Es- their papers containing it lo the subscribers

t LEWIS CURTIS. SIX months after date, I shall apply to (the Hon. gar, Wine. Brandy Four, complete assortmentof price and quality of may his work. in lick, deceased, of said County. COCKROFT t VEREND.63 Ann st. N.Y.

Truttfet of the Apalachicola Land Co. of Probate for Jefferson county for letters Iron Steel, Nails, & January 10, ISlO. 25 JOHN MYRICK, Adm'r. February 21. 1S46. 31 6m
January 10. 1SF;. of dutnission as Administrator of Jacob Carter, February 21, lf&46. 31 January 3, 1b46. 2J 6mAdmlnlstrntor's "
; late of said county.deceased. LAW NOTICE.

c Notice. JOHN FREEMAN. .Just received by .J. R. Fortune, LEWIS & AMES, Notice. rpIIE undersigned have united in the of

I E' THE undenigned, duly authorized agent of the Jefferson_Counfv. February 7. l'sll. fim 30JVollcr. 1! HHD. extra sugar cured Hams,small size(or fam DEALERS IX ALL persons! indebted to the eststeofJohn Havit, They will attend the several practice Courts <4

of the Apalachicola Land Company I. ily use Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils ,late of Leon county,wi make immediate Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit <>f Floridaand

4 is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tnt month after date, I shall apply to the Judge Smal lot prime Lard, payment; and all those who claims or de the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the

1 of land within the Forbes Purchase,as have not SIX Probate for Jrflerson County, for letters of Smalu8rlment of choice Brandies and Wines, I Toilet irtitlfs, Perumer 4e., Window Glasi, mad will present them for settlement to Western Circuit. Alan' the District Court of thE

F regularly di'P9se of by said Land Company. Personal dismission as administrator of Norman: High,late of Monongahela Whiskey. PArE. AND COLORS, WILLIAM N. HAVIS, United Slates to be held at Tailalaaeseeud the So'preine

t inte"ievV may be had with the luribr at said County, deceased. JULIUS lUG U. February 21.1S4G.. 31 Apothecaries Glass Ware, & Administrator de b0l n n. Court of the State of Florida.
is; c.
t or in the neighborhood of Quincy, or IUer may b Jefferson County. January, 10. IS.tfi. 11 Oin above January 31,1846. 2 2n THOMAS RANDALL
directed to nun, through rue POt Offices, at Just ICccclvcd THE constantly, on had,and for sale at the THOMAS H. HAGNER
Thos. market ,
place and Tallahassee. .ref. Heir, for tale at the Phoenix Building by J. R. prices.ALSO Notice. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law-
AND For
JAMES E. BETTNER, jfgentefthe I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 20 boxes superior Ehlh dairy Cheese, in SIX months after date, I wi apply to the Probate Tallahassee, February 21, 1848. 31
store
a of
great articles of Gadsden
TrissfeesofdeSpu2a'achico1aLa4 Co. continue l-j 24 best variety for family Jltge for a discharge from
in the kegs GOheo ,
January 10. IS4"' 25 lj WILL Courts practice Jefferson Superior and -fine venison Hams. use, Pickles, Olives, Capn. Macaroni, Vennicella, r y executorship of the last will of Ror Davidson, Notice.
County, and in the JO drie Currant Jelly Olive Prunes. deceased. L. .

Sea Island Cotton Seed. Superior of Columbia Courts in of the the Eastern Middle D"tc.and the Coun. January 27 Rose and Peach Oi, Sperm Candles, tc.Almonds, January 0. [17] 1S48. 2 SPRAT SIX months after date, I shall present my final c-

ty and vouchers to the Hon. of Probate,
quality,of the above Judge
200 rJSUELS.fLTst for sale bv Med, Residence at Monticello, Jefferson County. AU Mastodon Cotton !red, A! ASSOKTMKNT or Tnke Notice. in and for the County of Jefferson and then apply

R. II. BERRY CO. bo"unmHte: with him, will bpu FOR late in,small EDWARD quantities by DANIEL LADD., AISBIBH mmDI AN extra prie.wi b paid for Hides stretched for a discharge as Administrator of the 'tt 01

Jwuirv 31,1844. M W c BARA TtlUhwi ( Stephen Woolf,late of said county deceased.
by
GrwC aer Inda
181 ;S ], 1 M Ne.mbt 19 May 10.p. fuho. BArn. SOLOMON E.: MATHEB&

: J flenon County, Feb. 21, IS4 31 fla

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