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

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that she landed when arriving in Spain to be
From the button .j.ti.S.A
married lo her uncle, Ferdinand the
GEM FROM FANNY FORRESTER.of T aFIIIMRTIJIA N.S. and it was there too, exactly eleven 'jean&nth la.;
from the proof sheet* JMerbrook
Weextrtct in PIPS*by Ticknor &. Co..the following touch t ter, that she signed ber eltraorinri1c.tion
noW unzas, written to her mother by Mrs. 'Jud.* n. previous to .
previous to her voyage from this port a few week The Spanish gentleman,who WM o bar
arn : with us, told us that on the first of these
Give roe my oU ,!'at. Mother! -" -- --- sions the authorities Valencia had prepared oc.

I've Since With passed my thus through bead I sat upon by rainy thee.thy a knee changing<< ; scene, BY S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1846. VOL. XVIH-NO. 12 niture for the, which reception was by placed purchasing in a sumptuous private r fur.si i.

Oh' let me look into thine eyes- -- dence that was set apart for> her tejour, tbt r
Their meek. soft, loving lipht: upright and tranverse peices boards arranged able statesmen, or successful l generals than ish cavalry on the evening othp 22d, a panic Iy, however p'o if they wijh to hold a placein being no government place at Valencia. Af
Fall.like a gleam of holiness, so a to contain upper, lower and middlr8helf those which lived in the days of our fathers. seized &e advancing Sikhs, they fled trom the rank intelligent beings should take ter the departure of the royal bride for fd. I
tTpnn my heart, to-night. to hold the table and eatables. In What morals if the .. rid, this rich amculle.ment
ware improvement there is in any, although, according to the Britibaccounts at leant one newspaper. And the man who, was purch'astd. by
I're not been long away. Mother; to comfort and convenience, it was re. is attributable: to the GospeL That the age it was probably in their power to possessed of property sufficient to make him- our informant himself who was then filling

Since Few last suns the have tear-drop rose and on set thy check quisite, also to hare the following articles : improvement' has produced vast: changes in gain the victory. selfeasy for life,surrounded by children! eager I up his house previous; to his own marriage,

Mv lips in kisses met. one poplar slab table, two poplar or oak rail the manners and usages of society, is certain ; for knowledge, is instigated by the vile spiritof and could find nothing in his place! to equal it
Tit but a little time, I know. bedsteads, supplied with suitable bedding, and hut whether for the better or worse, is another THE FIRST BALE. OF COTTON.-In the cupidity, and neglects to suh rib to a in taste and splendor. At the period of the
But very lone it seems; covered with crossbarred counterpanes home question anJ one which would admit of Charleston City Gazette, of April 12, 173S, newspaper, is deucibnt in the duties a pa. Queen's last vi ito Valencia, the authoritiesof .I
Though Mother every night in! I came dreama.to thee, made, one of which was for the accomnv>da. i much argument on both sid 8.Vhile the we find a notice of the first bale of cotton produced rent or citizen, and is deserving of the the town had solicited from him the loan (,f
Lear my tion of ,'isitor; six split-bottotn chairs, one modern style of living affords more luxury and in the United States. It curious from censure goo, intelligent neighbors. the furniture for her Majesty's use:-" And it
The world has kindly' dealt Mother, long I bench, and a few three legged stools! were elegance than the former style, it is attended the fact that the editor seems to have auticipa- is a remarkable fact," he added, "that the toilette .

By the child have thou circled loi'st round so well her; path: amply sufficient for themselves and friends a with expense and trouble, and exerts & more ted, on an humble scale perhaps, but still correctly /Vow* the St. Louis Reveille. made by Christine for the ceremony ,,f

Thy And prayers'twa.. their holnjtoll' ; half dozen pewter plates, cups and aUCf'J. for corrupting influence on society-leads to more the importance of the culture.: We TIE UARREL MOVEMENT.AS signing her abdication was performed before
Which made that path: so dearly bright, special occasions ; also, one dish large enough idleness, vanity, crime and wretchedness. therefore copy it : KETCH OF CAMP LIFE OX THE RIO GRANDE. the identical dressinir-srlass. nt which eleven \
Which strewed the rose there ; to bold a piece of pork, bear meat or venison, I The pleasure of social intercourse is, I believe "A correspondent ha favored us with the years before, the nuptial crown and veil h.itl f

Which On ever cave breath the Iiht f'fair and. cast the balm with the turnips hommony, or 8ttwrt pump; not increased but diminished. One example following! information, which he tells us may sir SOLIT/ RE. been placed upon her brow."-!/". Rom r', ,
) kin. All this table ware must kept in this on this item must suffice. Call on a friend at be relied on :- I the Rhone. .
I bear a happy heart Mother ; corner cupboard and so adjusted as to showoff her own house, and she is locked up. You A gentleman in Christ Church Parishplantedan When the St. Louis Legion was encamped From the 1 S
A happier never beat; to the best advantage and indicated that must first apply at the of the or acre of land with cotton seed,which on the i island at the mouth Brazos Santiago, Southern l'cr'nlr. .
And Are even bursting now;new my buds feet.of hope the family were fixed for comfortable I Ii\ing. the knocker; and if pul repulsed door.hel.once by has produced a bag of cotton wool, weighing the boys began for the first time, to feel the FACTS TO THINK COTTON.OP-GOOD PRICE For 1"

Oh Mother, life may be a dram When the weather was too cold to leave the the fashionable cant, 'Too much engaged' or 2G7 Ibs. nett ; this he has sold at 1 i pence inconvenience of Uncle Sam's" fodder and Messrs. Editors-It is admitted all that
Hut if such drram are given, door or the window open sufficient light to answer the fashionable fal"rho' Sot at home,' you per pound so that he got for the whole 16 arrangements that they expected to find we are more interested in the by t
While at the portal thu we stand, Uls. was examination of chicken fixins" morning but they at production of !
the came down from the board must send name and for an interview on an every
purpose your request cotton than in that of other
What are the truths of Heaven? elced.1 any commodilv.
chimney, and saved the expense of glass lights; ; and after waiting from a quarter to a i ing good quality ; the planter! least felt confident that the ban would b The price of our labor, and the value of I
1 bear a happy heart Mother, had he attended it it would have nourishing. About 11 M., our
I f
half : every
and a for andirons, two large stones servedas an hour longer you may obtain audience properly produced I both depend i its If it
property rises
when fond I see, price. ,
Yet eye substitute. The whole at last with loss of mort. He further says, that one of his day, the little round vegetables were put in
And hear soft tones'and winning words!', a good being kept though dearly bought time they go up-if it falls they fall. NW, it is universally .
clean and and sacrifice hands take care ofsev'n or eight acres the camp kettles, and in an hour, or probably :
of comfort
I ever think of thee. sweet, presented an air feeling. Wher-a under theusage coul ) admitted that demand f
And then,the tear my spirit wet'pit'nbldJen to the contented and happy inmates. I is of former das, soon as you knocked at until cotton is ready to take in, at which an hour and a half were served out. To :I regulate the price of The!d'supp ,
fills my e\c ; time he must have the assistance of small those skilled in t of dried beans, wenee.l quanity
true the cooking was usually done in presenceofihe the door, you heard ihe t familiar response, nt. mater of cotton being the
homeless dove I lon great price paid r a
And like a ; groes to pick and ( it into uft.As the not explain bow little effect one hour'sI.ting (
Unto thy brea to fly. whole family but was soon despatched Come in ; by pulling the string which out- carry few years past, has not nruntrrd us for ."
when the Dutch O'en and skillet Wfrt' nicl'h'ceanld side, you raised the wooden latch stepped into mode cleaning it in this country formerly i is would have up >n them. The different more than the cost production. To increasehe l'
Then I am very sad Mother, what the planters dislike have the masses cracked however, chewed
I'm sad and lone ; and stowed under the cupboard and the family circle ; met with a welcome) reception we pleasureto I away price, we must hunt out nt modes of
very add that the hard and left their meals in 'f
there in this pebbles avery .
are State: who up
Oh there's no ht"art'hool' inmost fol.IOpestome1iketh long.handled frying-pan hung upon a nailor received a h"arl.hhakt of the warm persons consumption ; we must bring it into use in es'I
own side of the door while the hand of and seated can make the necessary machines for picking; uus.itUfied: manner. A few days haJ
> peg on one wa- friendship being perfectly ery possible In the first place .
f(1 way. we
Fmilf"8 wreathe Wooming liw. it as well as for and it. Thi.1 scarcely elapsed when a general grumblewas \
Though carding (
sunny tt"'r' pail was situated on the other and the neat at home as long as vu chose to remain. pinning bagging, annually, for about 2J00.003
My While Mother love, one tones fond meet,:1amoflhine my cr ; water gourd hanging by it. For mantle or. Such were the days of simple hearted, honest commodity biJs fair to become a principal sta- set in circulation against the (commissary bales which at 5 yard per "bale! i i. 11,50-; -
had the tin used in when social life pie article of export from this State ; fl>r if department, Uncle Sam and his beans in par.
Were thousand times more dear. naments they grater gra. friendship, was unembarrassed 000) yard Eac.yard weighs one and three ,
One volunteer the
ting off the new corn for mush before it was by the affected and heartless of one negro can man-ige seven acres of cot.'oii! tall swore, in fourths making 30,123.000 .
Then with a closer clasp Mother, etiquette and it sells at tha above price only. his labor! rn"s, that he would cross to the main land I pound* -
Now hold me to thy heart ; lard enough to grind. and the corn splitter be- modern I times. AdJ one tenth for waste in nianuiict'Hng, and !
I'd feel it beating 'painst mine own, ing a piece ofdeer's horn, very useful in will bring, his owner in JC116 10s: 3d per an and provision Ilim'el if he had to eat a live.ranchcro the amount of cotton consumed in making l
Once more IJ<'furt'Ioe/ part inl large ears of Indian corn for the cattle. From the llrhlwwl Titnts. num, supposing also that each acre of laud starve on such fare. bagging would be 22,137,000 lbs t
tbillo,' -lit His chimed in with his rebelliousresolve equal to
And Mother, to spot produces only 270 Ibs. of cottoin It is comrades
The parlor walls were sufficiently beautified MOMENTS OF KF.AK.We wel bales at 400 lbs each. Now almost
5,3.2 ,
When I am far away known that the cotton manufactories in and of them asked leave of the .
Come olt-t o oft thou canst not come! l Ly the surplus garments and Sunday clothes find going the round's of the press without al this entire amount bagging is made of hemp 1
short excursion for few
Britain to
take captain a
And for thy darlins! pray.BACHELORS.. hung al around on wooden pins, the sure to. knowing its origin, !the following interesting wi. as they an)deemed quantity by that g.xxl the judges Statecan ho'ira, in search olgame. Leave was a grant instead of being made of colon ; consequently !
I len indu"tl'and prwpei ity. statement of historical f fact* : instead of consuming the amount, by converting .
ed. I off the started. In the ;
to bt now only in their inlanc LanJ that an party course
In regard to other property, if a man ownedan Bonaparte lost 1 ai"l.de-camns during in into bagging we throw it uponthemarket '
As lone clouds in autumn eves', Iur i is unfit for rice or corn will yield cotton ,. of a few ho'rs one came strolling into the i
As a tree without its leaves, axe, wedge, hoe. plough, and a pony to pull the short time he wax Egipt. One of them, ; as with bundle under his and he to help diminish the price, and we .
this a as
article arm.
t I As a shirt ithout its tolf'f"1I it t, and a bit of ground to eulth'att or a ftwmtchanics Crosier, appearing to Napoleon to lack the negroes raising wi have no camp! take from our cotton crop the cost of ths bag.
the their
the he
to tent
occasion their feet passed on ,
to wet
t. of sentry way
I Such are bachelors. tools he asked no more : and if his roper: degree ofol"lt''' at the proper moment course ging say 82 000,000 lo for it. Had we !
be accosted with-
more healthy, and live than was lay
As creatures another sphere", a spinning-wheel a pair of cards a he burst out against him in one of IIi: I, wi longer .Jo, what luck had ?" not better save it ?
As thing; that have no business here. oom. and a plenty of the \material of flax, violent and humiliating attack of abuse and they do b)raising rice swamp Besides you Again-we have in Carolina, Georgia, !
which will I be abe! Oli, J o.u, I only killed a
inconsistencies, 'tis cl-ar. as they to so much says
and wool the In gutter
cotton was content. tho.t contempt. The word cow art' escaped him ; ear f" Florida. Alabama, Tennessee, )Mississippi and ;
Such are bachelors. by the cultivation out, the planters! will sl1";
days keeping her own house was a small part Croit determined nollo it besought money Louisiana, 1,700,090slavec, and thesewe
st'if ; then raise the value of in this Well, says the sentry, 'that is the largest I
Ill souls in tabled bowers, now
When as! of a woman's work-it wag only a needful death on several occa..ion"ut did not succeed every negro pay annually $ ,12.OOO for blankets-which
for hours, Slate.' snipe, from the bundle, I i I
As beinc born happier ju.lging ha\'e
recreation from her employment : for till the of entirely out of to add
As butterflies on favored flowers tpad. siege rre. He was in all'lHJanct ever seen. Let me look at his bill!' goes our country to the 1
Such are married men he carded, spun rut and made on Napoleon in the trenches there, when AGRHCLTCRE i.MEXICO..-Tfoe : atamoros Jo? uncovered it, and there was.the snout wealth of others. Can we not save this at )

i lothes' for all the family.) Ladies of the firstrespectability t such a sharp look out was kept l by the garrison Flag, remarks on the growth of the sugarcane of a fine a young pig as ever poked his nose home, b) using cotton, instead of woollen

JJ O& NfO then vied in h"norahlt coinpe- that if an elbow or feather showed itself on the Ink of the Rio Grande, and the into!a swill tul,. Both winked at each other, blankets! it would consume 37,009 bales of 1
ion to manufacture the finest and most hand. above or 1 below them it was instantly grazed general neglect of the agricultural advantages I I exchanged quiet grins, and theii the snipe was colon per annum, which is thrown upon the !
WESTERN STYLE Oft t LIVING. some suits for their huOiands. sons and broth- "iy a bullet. Crosier watched his opportunityand of the country, by the people of Mexico, carefully! covered and carried to In market and serves to reduce its value. I was i

BY BISHOP MORRIS.: era, in which they appeared abroad with more I jumped upon a Ptat )rmfl. Come down as follows : a few moments along came another quarl'T.of themes conversing with a very intelligent and worthy
I have been carefully observing the modeof exquisite pleasure than p"olp; now in the itn- I I command you," cried Napoleon in a ,'oict "The sugar cane grown on the Rio Grandeis I. *, who reported that he had secureda farmer who resides in Putman county a few :'

living: among the people" of the Western ported satin and hroadcolh. and with far more 4,1 thunder ; but it was too late the victim of said to yield more to the acre and to require haunch of a .slow deer," i. e. a 0.111 { days since, who made this statement to me : :
young calf;
States for a period of 'forty years. Great credit to themselves to their connry. his severity t fell at his feet. Murut the chiv. much less labor in the cultivation than in the and to wind the captured cf the That for the three last years, he had used nothing 1

changes have appeared during,; that time. Of For coloring materials, they used the alrous braver of all dangers had also his ".0. best sugar districts in Louisiana or Texas, and three more up appeared, carrying game a quarter party ofa but bagging made from cotton, which ho ;

the fifty-two years of my life. thirty have beenapent bark of walnut hickory. maple and soca more men de pear (momnenitoffear) which lost him with proper culture would equal the produce short.horned elk." which some envious procured at the Eatonton Factor; that he
in the employment of itinerant preacher rees. together with coperas. indigo, Munich, hut countenance of his Gf"Itrl. until disileasuro of Cuba both in quantity and quality. The members of the messes declared looked as found it the cheapest and bagging he ;
affording me the best practical means of in. paint stone. Ar. ; and in carding for a fancy could no longer resist the 'brilliancy cane, after being planted, i is It>f by the Mexicans it might lure been the slow deer's m mmY'-1 i could use. It weighed about 1| lb. pepyard i
formation. Moreover. I am the son of a Pioneer suit of mixed, they worked in scraps of colored 1 (f his achievements. It was at the siege of to mature without any further attention The spoils were put together and coveredovir -was well made-strong and durablethatbe :

who was in the celebrated battle at Point flannel and silk, to nri ale the texture. Mantua in the first Italian campaign that being given to it, and from what we can: learn alter which the mess went into a coun. could pack a good deal more in a five yard .' {
Pleasant in I.I., and subsequently? identified Those were the days of pure republicanism Murat was ordered to charge a holy of troops little i i. grown any where on the river, althu'! cil of war upon how to get something to wash bag ol it, than: any other kind of bag of the 1
wilh the Indian wars, till Wayne's treaty of true patriotism, and real independence. Allthe hat were making a sortie from the garrison. the whole country is alike productive. The down the/fajne and make the whole affair a same size. He further stated that ho bad for _. -
1795. Of course it is a matter of interest to > money man needed was enough to pay lie hesitated and in his confusion declared same. may be said in regard to cotton, tobacco comfortable one. the same time used cotton blankets for his ne- !

me to note the changes in the s-jciety of the his tax, and buy his salt and iron. When jimsell wounded ; he was removed from the all corn, which produce here equal to any 1 i Do you think you can execute a band groes instead of woollen ; that they were

far-famed West ; and it nay be some little interest theT needed marketing, he gathered fruit from presence of the General ; lie was in every other part of the world. Yet with all the advantages .[ mortmenf. boys ?" said an orderly belongingI equally as \3rm, lastedlonger, and were
to the readers of the Repository to see his orchard, vegetables! from his garden and way discountenanced ; in Egypt he was sent the Mexicans possess in soil and I to the mess. much cheaper. He purchased cotton bagging

some changes briefly pointed out. I shall took a pig or a lamb from his fol; or if he on lIlt most dangerous set vices ; in short lie climate t not a sufficiency of either of these articles j j What is it iike ?" was the general inqui. for the purpose, and alter watching it once, it
limit myself chiefly to a fjw 'tenis pertainingto had neither, he took his gun brought inwild I riore I than r'cclqutrt his cIa t urIc r before are raised to supply the immediate want ;i ry.i hecomest'f thick. He sews two breadths

the style of living, whirh may serve to remind meat from the woods. He raised his I the battle of Aboukir. on which occasion Napoleon of the inhabitant Tie tobacco growth is j;i M."Simply! this," says" the sergeant ; the together, and thus gets a blanket ninety inch.

U5 that while the real l wants of men are own 1Jread"tut. and ground it in the hand- himsef! was obliged to declare he wasKuj'crb. monopolized by the government and to pn!. }I commissary general f.s landing stores down at es long by y eighty inches: wide. This is larger '

comparatively few and simple! the imaginary mil, or pounded it in a mortar with a sweep Tht Jra'"f' Maishal La tines ole day sess themselves of an article which all use ;i I the beach, among which: is some first rate I than the common blanket. They weigh .
ones scarcely have any bounds. I .shall however p"tle. and relished it the better for hitoil severely reprimanded a colonel who had puni arid all could grow they are reduced to thtnect'ssil brandy 'for the officers, and if we could only : eight pounds-twice the weight of any others. !

not take into accounLdJ(' wealthy aristocrat preparing: it. C"fwa.. not then i,hed a young officer for a moment de j>cur.- of smuggling! it into the country.Lirge .- I make one of his half barrels keep step in a I And then, says he, I pay out no money either ,

with his costly rnansipn, Turkey carpets used, except as a luxury on particular occa- '. That man," said he .is '\0 sithan a poltroon quantities are brought in this way; in hollow square we might easily execute the I for bagging or blankets.! The Factory company ;
silver plated and thousand dollar carriage, nor j sinus, by a few of the wealthy. Miik was who> pretends that he never felt I-ar. fact,.it has been the principal item of traffic I new march of a barrel movement.." are willing to exchange with me for corn .
the extremely poor man, who lives in a wretched considered far preferable. For 'ea they had In reading an article in the last Quarterly between the citizens of Western Texas and I _\1 the mess expressed themselves readyfor wheat, bacon, lard, or cotton at the usual pri. f

hovel, on a floor of eartL. and sleeps on his sage, spice wood mountain birch and sas'a- Review we have been forcibly impressed; withan the Mexican population of the Rio Grande; for duty instanter, and having added a few ces., SNow
bundle of straw. My few* observations shall fras, which they regarded I"tn. alI which I incident which is related of Sir Hugh a number of years. Tobacco, such a< is used I more rank and file to the enterprise, off they Messrs. Ediors: here are facts reliable !
'Lave reference to the great mass of Western shall regard as altogether preferable to I black lough the intrepid commander of the British for making cigaritos, which i is purchased in'j' started on a commendably earnest march to and truthful, which point clearly to the
population. I tea, young hyson, or imperial bob for health I forces at the desperate battle of Ferozeshah.The New Orleans from the hogshead at from 81 j practice the new drill. The hollow interest of the farmer. The facts I have sta. i

What is now considered an ordinary outfit and pleasure or taste. Supplies of sacharine British, with a fir inferior force, had on to 81 50 per cwt.. when baled up and smug.!j was admirably formed and reformed square half a tated coma from a farmer who well knows ,
for hou.e-keeping?! A domicile with pan Lore. were easily obtained from the sugar tree or tl.t 22d of December charged upon the foiti- gled into Mexico, has been known to sell at I dozen times before they reached the beach, his interest! and who seldom; mistakes the true :a.

tall chambers, ti.roorn, dining-room bee gum. and thoe who had neither gatheredwild fled Sikh caHill, under the incessant fire of well fifty, sixty, and seventy dollars per cwt. Even :} and, advancing in line towards the commissai line of y.re they not sufficient to en- 1
kitchen and cellar. To furnish these apartments honey from the bee tree. When medicine I served and greatly superior artillery, and now when this tobacco i is taken to any of the ; ry's, with si rapid evolution they formed around list the attention of every one, and ought not

there must be Scotch or Brussels' I carpets was needed, they obtained it from their night coming on, the army slept upon its arms I towns not immediately%' on the river it commauds .j> a liquor cask, and commenced their every farmer to turn his attention to their con.siJeration -
hearth-rugs, brass mounted arid-irons gardens fields or forests ; but they had little pall)' within the ramparts and partly without. readily! from t twenty-fire to thirty did.Jars. march back across the i island. The was ? Let htm make the experiment :
window blinds, ornamented or cushioned use for it. Children ere not then annoyed The next day the terrible charge with the I Ant this, too n w( have before said j i now full of interest-it was new- dri one of and see if he cannot be successful. The bag. +
chairs, rocking chains sofas, sideboards, bureaus with shoes and Iontl. or hats and bonnets bay net was renewed and the.British line when an article equally as good can he grown the lieutenants, attracted by the strange man- ging may be had at the Eatonon Factory, and 1.
they went barefooted and bareheaded. It was I the and drew all the So with cotton, which in exchange for other articles. Try the ex. .
in over
wardrobes, clock racks wash stands swept camp up or ter on the country. ceuvring, approached them just as they were
elegant bedsteads with testers or canopies. no uncommon thing to see small boys trapping opposite side. But the perils of the day Wt'rl iismuggled in for the consumption of the man.* performing i a hollow countermarch. periment acid then let the public know the \

dressed with curtain and valance dressing tables for bids or hunting for rabbits in the snow I not yet over ; a fresh army of 30.000 Sikh ufactories, not a sufficiency being raised to ,; He observed one of square th. men carrying two result. Let us live at home and within our. :
without shoes or hat and small girls placing the limited number in j selves ; and we cannot l learn how to do so,
and mirrors, breakfast tables and dinner advanced from Ferozpore. The British army supply operation. muskets and thought it queer, but a glance at
tables, with their tea sets and dinner sets of about the yard in the fame condition-all the was almost completely exhausted from its disasterous A TORTOL\ BREAKFAST.-Iour breakfasts I the centre of the squad explained the secret.A unless each one gives us his experience.

A China and Britania, and silver spoons, besides very pictures of health. Reader under that losses and fatigue and was really unable 1 within the tropics i is a meal, fit for the Shah.' strong volunteer was keeping the barrel AGRICOLA.EARLY .
cooking &c. system young men were able to endure the to resist a well directed assault. was I in the :
stoves I rolling inside-they were representinga MARRIAGE
In most houses they bring one coffee at day- J I
' Now this for commencement toils of a frontier life, or brave the perils of a then, that the commander and it Cautious heads
may answer a "t'lerl .gave way light in porcelain cups, just the antique ar.t square retreating with stores, was may preach prudence on ;
u far it who would think of hard campaign in the !,T'ict of their coitnilr. I a "moment of fear"-not the with which didit. this and .
as goes ; but ever ( ttar. howe. t that at home lie secure in grand mam I really beautiful, the skill they subject, foreboding ones depict poverty ;
keeping house without a captre; table ; richly Young ladies needed no paint the rosy cheek er, personal danger, hit that sinking of the icf1 far too valuable l for use ; and this 9 Now the barrel roller would get tired, and care, with many other objections, but 1
covered, on which lay the..nice little volumes being supplied by the flush of perfect health. heart which the bravest General must feel at taken coet.commonly at the toilette, whets the I and the squad would countermarch while ano. still do we advocate the propriety of early :

done up in guilt and morocco 1 which however In those days, I never heard of dyspepsia, the couciousness of incapacity to save his ar- storna'-h for a more substantial refection about I ther took his place ; again, a discovery would marriages. All know, should know, the opinion -

being intended as m re ornaments, are bronchitis, or any other of the fashionable my. nine o'clock. The hall table then threaten, and they would close up to receive of the good and wise Franklin. upon :
seldom read. Or who diseases of this generation. Doctors were The only time I a doubt" lie writes, appearsdecked of and thus with this who
fortunately or nev |r f.1 a la fourchrtte, with veal pates, a a charge cavalry ; moving subject, was a warm advocate in its
could endure to bee a parlor so naked and out then scarce amongst us.. and had but little to was toward the evening of the 22d, when chicken, or tetn dc rearm, with an caution and steadiness, they reached a small favor. Were early marriages generally en. ,
of all fashion, as uot lo have, some mantle ornaments do. If a man was affected with a pain o the fresh enemy advanced with heavy columnsof excellent tongue'or Bolognas, while sliced sand hill in the rear of the camp. Now com.mcnced couraged among us, much of the vice and j
such as artificial powers, with glass catarrh, and felt chilly, he drank herb tea, infantry, cavalry and guns. and our cavalry Plantain should be eaten from the embers as some brilliant slow movements all in wickness would be prevented which is now 7

covers or some specimens' 'of conchology and wrapped himself in a blanket>t, and slept with horses were M> thoroughly done up, that they hot as lava, and (the fine squashes they boil one spot, which were fulowed by the squad almost unavoidable.. :
geological formations ? Besides, the walls his feet before the fire. If he was sick, htabslained could not command even a trot. For a mo. here attend substitute for ron forming line and moving camp. At The attachment of man to the gentler sex
dust not only be papered l>ut beautified with from food. If he bad I slight ft'rr. mcnt then, I felt regret, (and I deeply deplore At times indeed a we get them from potatoes.Scotland the spot where the square broke, a fresh hillock is perfectly natural, and when virtuous and )
portraits, land-scapes, &c. These commonplace he drank tea of snake root, mountain ditany, my want confidence in HIM who never failed however, of indifferent quality uf sand might have been discovered, by how proper is the indulgence ; it ;
notions amount to qoite a clever sum, or other suporifica, ti he started the prespi. m or forsook me,) as each passing shot generally by the packet seldom reached; those only, however, who knew the former ennobles our nature, lifts it above our ordinary .

though they are few and economical as Westera ration. Or if he a severe attack of settled left me on horse hackut; it was only for a Then imported, again, there i is broiled fi'h. barra- loveliness of the spot. level, imparting to it a loftier and better :

people of this day, who make arty preten fever, afier exhausting his simple remedies moment.." couta 1" an omelet, or the fine avocado The lieutenant, who had critically watched character. Experience testifies to the improvement t
Lions of being stylish, can well get,the nuUttrous he laid himself in a cool place, drank We may well believe that this is no idle called the military subaltern's butter pear the manoeuvring of the men, congratulated it produces in us ; true loveever .

and indispensable fixtures of modern abundance of cold water, his wife or sister language when we road of the conduct of Sir for the sharp-set.among I have also seen radishes the orderly on the perfection of their drill.- improves our feelings and principles by raising

hOe keeping. Again to procure) viands, such fanned him with the wing or tail of a turkey, hugh Gough, in this same battle, ou the morning here villainously tough. and water cress, equalto The subordinate in the eye, and them above a selfish sphere of action.
Ware in keeping with this'array of furniture, and be committed himself to !the keeping of a of I the 22d, when the fortune of the day elsewhere. The bread consists of knew by the slight curl in the muscles of his Let early attachments, then, be encoura :

and maintain a force requisite to serve up and kind Providence, without being plied with was in imminent doubt. The incident is thus French any rolls, and the i island that smacks t face that he smoked" the new tactics ; so, ged. The young man that has chosen a vir. '
hand them round, and keep all the affairs of blisters or dosed' with poison. Calomel, the related by the reviewer : of garlic and the seed used loaf But eats touching his cap politely, he asked the officer tuous female l for his future partner in life, has )

the household in order, wilkcost another round Samson fashionable remedies, was scarcely} .The commander in chief seeing a part of passing well, with rich dairy produce. Tortola i if when they cooked their game, he would accept every incitement to an honest and upright r
sum-to say nothing of parties and extras. Known here in those days ; and people l ual!} his line reel and stagger under the fire, bethought i is truly remarkable in this respect ; and for, a slice 7 course ; he has an object in view other than
With this modern style I shall take Ihe lib. retained their teeth and jaw bones unimpaired, him that if be coul divert even a those who can digest the grosness of what are 'lIthe cook in your mess seasons it care. the mere enjoyment of the present tint He :

erty of briefly contrastingthe) early style of even to old age, or while they lived.M |K>rtion of the cannonade a few moments, brought to table, as johnny cakes.-this fully,and it i is not overdone, I wouldn't mind finds in her one who will participate in each :
living in thee tcrn country. When a young ny people, such as would be thought lo 'not her point, the crisis of the battle would of the dejunee have larger attractions.part tasting it," says the lieutenant. hope for future happiness, who wi aid by her

trrie couple commenced house keeping, Solomons of this day, assume that. their fain. be passed. He forthwith rode forward, attended Our liquids are wi chocolate, with The orderly winked, and they separated.It .- gentle and persuasive arts, to Ifad him in the

thirty t forty ear ago, a very small r and mothers were deplorably, ignorant but by a single aid-de-camp, and making in many parts, their constant cate.au.lait atendant clar was refreshing an old campaigner just to right path. An honorable attachment be. .
outfit sufce not only to render them com- without sufficient proof or satisfactory reasons. himself prominently conspicuous to the Sikh et. Tea does not often appear meal. see how gutter snipe," "short-horned elk" tween the sexes is a source not only ofmuch 1
with People possessed at least a* much commonsense moved to side if for and slow deer" of that true and rational it is also
:, bu place them on equality gunners slowly one a Lastly, you find a sweet cake, and salvers, were disposed even. enjoyment, bu pro. ,
t friends and neighbors. They needed a forty )'ear ago a their posterity do at the purpose of reconnoitering their intrencb.ments with honey or Barbados ginger in ing in the mess which executed the above de. ductive of much practical good.It :

log Cabin, covered with capboar and floora present. If they had fewer opportunities for close at hand. I In an instant almost set on enticingly the close, but which preserve wind scribed strange drill ; and ever after that often observed, that such a young man i
-Uh wooden slabs, parlance improvement, they made better use of them ; every gun in the battery was turned upon him. the business rarely. night, it became 8 by.wor when a voluhteer is foolish to get married at his age, as he can. )
riled puncheons, and the openings between if few books, they were better ones or better The shot ploughed up the dust about him BO up was seen moving zig.zag fashion, that he not afor it. This .in general a mistake, !

? cod with biet of wood and crammed read ; so that, while our fatht'T and mothers a well nigh to hide both him and his horse NEWSPAPERS. was practising the Legion's new march, called a money that young men would probably
to keep warm and knew less of newspapers novels, and annuals, from the enemy's view ; yet not one took ef A newspaper taken in a family seems to the barrel movement." ex, end in worse than useless amusements- :
, 1'h'morar could erect hhnselC dr-al any they understo more of the Bible, useful his. fect ; and so complete was the diversion shed a gleam intelligence around It gives perhaps the gaming table or over the drink. i
niechajjical I training, with one day's lor practical life. One fact is palpable, the line of infantry felt as if relievedand- the children a taste for reading ; QtE:CHBISTUTE OF SPAIN.-Bj one of iugcup-woukl now be devoted to a holy and t
f o hu neighbors to raise his logs. assistarc, )should not b overlooked nor forgotten, with a shout, sprang forward. The next instant cates all the important events in the busy those remarkable coincidences that assume just And further than this,he would -
P room answered for 'parlor, Usually room, that is the present generation, with all its rage saw the redoubt, with all tho artillery it world ; ft is a never-failing source of amuse the character of fatalst.Valencia is identi. be pa. the vici as and unholy associations 1
1flIflgroomnkitcheflanddormili.y- sitting, while the for education and improvement, cannot show contained, in their possession." ment, and furnishes a fund of instruction fed with two of mos important events in incident to :lfe: of dissipation, by the 1

potatoc hole under the puncheon: ?, formed of any more eloquent preachers learned jurists, ITpon a fortunate demonstration of the Brit. which will never be exhausted. Every fami. life of Marie Christine, the Alpha and O- charms eta happy home. ..1


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jc INTHREiTlKC- NAREATIOW neully humin?, constant in her attnchnifnt, a I be executed-?- Obviousl> by tho.se otficerk un- 1 of holding Court is a part of the power con.j '| per remedy, and the Courts an infificient BCI I late themselves on the patience and consider;

f fond wife, a tender mother, tenaci'>u< o*' her i der the new organization superseding and iis- j tided to the Legislature by tho Constitution, I cnrity and protection. Whether this reproach i' ation shown them, in giving them every

The f'dloxxing! Mier, pivin TI thrilling at w ord.jealous! of her honor. pniJent ii her conduct I j placing the old ones. Indeed, tho Cuiisti.u.I and cannot bo rightfully assigned or transfer shall continue to exist, it is obvious, mu't cle- of relieving themselves of the charges opportunity .
4 of the
count gallant) of Lieutcn.ii.tsBoggt their action hereafter
Conduct : circutn'jn'ct in L< r I.OIKP, ui.l what i I- I tion itself provided the tn''inal which xvas to I red. This, I think, xxill be found to ba a mis pend, in a great degree, upon preferred against them.
and Houan. oglhr! U. Siale-s stcamn their first would! seem to he lo
and duty
Princeton vn naiural, cannot keeji a secret/' I -upcri'ie the Superior Courts in their admin- take. Courts Chancery, ol Admiralty: andof ; Your able charge to our
the torn this
circumstance* rntt a;>- istta'ion of the laws. Probit?, are and have been from time immemorial relieve their tribunals imputation.Thi contain

palling, war by the Higlit !lit-v. To llii TllOMIS ) his been efi'jrt ill ordering the prej j matter that may well produce an
communicated TIt} ; l .LT7tLL, JuJgC fj The Supei ior Courts huh original jurU Jirtion always In !Id! by rej.'ilation! and or- [ my impression

Bishop Dnane to the {[Burlington, N. J. (;.Jazcite. t'tf MiJJtf! Circuit vf lltt State cf Tloritla.j in all civil cases in law and eq-*ify, aol! der of tho Judges ; and bj the curly mm- pent tour If the Court ate proved to be ,' particularly would xve call the attention of
It will correction of abuses all furth !
be toad ivith intercut the -
; j The pvtiti4 of the unJersijrnod.: citiztns: jurisdiction of all crimes aol (tTiieu coinniit-1 mm lair, the whole yenr :ra.c our continued frrm adequate t" of in- our How-citizens at large to yoar vrrv an.
TIlE BURNING OF THK 1if-arin* and riding at law, until at -r excuse fr the usurpation power hy "
TRCYTOX ted against the laws of the Teiritory. !Us for rates propriate remarks the !
on danger
.il the comity of Cjad .''en, m Ixrhalf! of them to ou
My Dear Sir-I am xery sure xo will not I the Constitution of Ihe State, thuu' Circuit 'the instance of the Church certain holy sei- diid'ial ceies. j jTo
tuticns in the handed
refuse insertion for the following extracts suites and lie oti.r citizen* of the county Courts have jurisJiction in all matters ci\il sons xver exempt fioin being profaned hy the the people and constituted authorities of'( high assumption ((the

from my friend and parishioner Coirmt nder ainresaiJ, wi ull 1 respectfully shew\into your and criminal within the. State." tunrilt of torenzic liigation." G Jacob's Laxx this County, I cannot but express my high sword jfistice by bodies of nvn actin on

Engle. It is xvel! known lit a whu. the re Honors-that tney' hue; succetded in arresting Can there be a 1'ietioii, then, that the execution Die. till). sense of approbation of their ellieient and their own responsibility We hope to prove

port of the disaster to jhe Truxton had rrach- t several mem'iers of a notorious of of this law by the Constitution it el! I 1i- our law as x ell as tie law of ;llngland: prudent con-luct in this emergency. A<;gravitcd by o-ir example, that even in aneirandthuj.

ed ihe Commodore at Vera Cruz, lie dtspitch 'Tng was contiiK'd to the Ciren.t Courts without lurtlir th-1 xvnt cJ hiheas corpus is awarded and tilt d almost! beyond human endurance, they if
I, ill i'vs, who have be. n for some time comi and! xx-rit of have presented an example foibearance ly country, xve support our law
ed the Princeton lo bJr relief. The portions att.oii hy the (ieneral As imbly of tinStai :it a t time fixed Ithe Judge, a ern jet ;

4 which follow arc of such lively intent., i nutting their depredationn i.pun the properly We think net ; ned it i* the clear aol I >r hia t > his flecisioi* : as if undo in ep n and Moderation worthy of all adtniraUon.'itIt .- '; our laws will protect us. That a quiet and

and reflect such honor on thu service, tint! !Ite'tiirc <>f the citizens of this aiiJ iii., aJjuiiiiu cmui1 decided romiclion of the Cnut tint such i is {I Co'iit. JmriuIIs.. Thisproxision xxasmulefioia such an example there xxill hereafter no steady: adherence to them, will for letter sub

: to except theifi from the writer's JPO- :;1 tie<--that! they are tiinv'ctoihied in jill awai- the! cii'. The 11xv is in t"rce, an the osihqjes'ion a lender! repaid to the liLerty ot the cit i. longer be an excuse for complaint of the in. serve the ends justice, than scenes of bloo.].
of the Iaxv With such '
eral request, not to publish his Inter Of !j tjI 12 tnil-tint if their trial: is not brought rnj 1 can be as to the olie! "rs to efr.iteif. Zei: to protect him fioin inijtroper and long j elliciency a course hctl and violence! so well calculated! to the.
further for execution j'
that true f-lojuence ff nature which f el .. I I fit hal 1 hi'i-n re.eiuicte.I: I y due >iate Lel'i an I itiiUiioMs; ct iifii ement : int'eed for pivciey no plea summary or'ihe in the estimation
j h< fire the llegulur Term, the will be cf uriauthorizi-d hv in1dividnaU. grade us of well
county tint e\isti-: for tie as&umplioii poxxer regalateicomri'initics.
7 and therefie mikes feel-I have msi xviih j liluie in Si>> man; x\orJ repealing! th"xxonls a'iip reasons g grant. (

few such cvanij le MX extracts runuacnic .'iJ.'X' d to ttcary ro ts and charges, and Ju.Igeof the .Vfc'/Tncr Cour1*. I *!iouMf.el i 14 of t extra terms. Ti.is law proxides for the We fervently trust that the result j .

t' with bis arrival at the bir | JuIJtpuiar Term mil be necessarily! pro- |I not the sii !hte-t !h i'ita.iv i on the su'yert. s'iit issuing bx_ I the Superior I (_'oumi t. and stands I tony prove their action to be founded in the These opinions, so ably expressed_.$o for.

I Very truly, ymr frei'iid. GV D. lract4J l-y reason of their trials, and further re ailing the CirtMit Courts in farta< ihc in iie sjni position as I IIP law mvler cousi'leiution. Ligliest uivloin. cilly laid down by your Honor, should le
It is in existence nnle the And here I take the opportunity, and fi-el it
' Riverside, I iOtii; Septl 110I :;. Superior Courts of thv.- Sia'e U-iu sulioidinate not s by
there i* reason to apprehend a popular out- given to the countr.
1 stood in, and anchored in five fjMi: 'r.s> to the Supreme ('our?, bn 'jptM-ier to all granlofjuris.iiilkiitothc Circuit (Tonrls so that toy hounden duty, to express nov sentiments on
t '.r-k. -iitJ the punishmci.t of the the allowance of distinction tins all-important subject. I should feel that Permit us then in
Mater, as clusc! as 1 roul I approach; with safetv siimiiiary other I'j'heiil tribunals of(ho State. Indeed, vlTt ct of the such taking leave of your

I and where I could! sc-nd athot through offenders ; which sptrrt, is for the present, ]! the! terms an syIuinIllnl intheirorJimry! accej4ation vxnill I ho to ih'prixv the citizen of this great I xvere unworthy of l the high position I hold [ Honor, to re
ucd in uiill-rent! buluatk of our: liberties.Acconiin by the choice of the people! and I had violated!: '
;' and through! !icr. an 1 throw my Sd lls in. !.uppi-.ssr'd. under th- hope that a speedy being xariously the fJranJ Jury with a view to its public
of the 1'nion.Th to a law of t the Territory, the the trust reposed in me, if I remained ileut
*hore, if mcesvaiy. 1 immediately sut Li tiul be had by the constituted tion.
may proper
? art ion of thr State: LegUhturp j is in j Couits xxere aUxaxs open for hearing motions and Jid not express freely! my viPVs. It i is but
Bogs 0:1 sh'irc with! a llj rf trurt 1 lie
; uitiionties of the laud. I In With the
crossed the Lir i f Tusptn through a *ml consideration ofal I co.iirmatio'i, oX' thoseiew.: .<. Thus the Gin I iixhs ulxp att1I chtua'ut.. I Dtnal loi.Vrils I tooexiJent that the character of our Slate ; highest respect and consideration

that would cause the *.touti heart impuei !i which your petitioners ai aforesaid, would section prov.des that! the Circuit Coaits *!jaMhaxcnnl ..:" icihlp! entry and detainer, and for the unlaxx.n the integrity of our free iiftitu'ions, ; our rcs- vt e: are yo'ir obedient servant,

at tirr.vs Jus boat was al.m'tt on end Mli: mo t respt-ctfuily su''t the propriety of ext-rci
by las guidance she crossed it like a tltuk. holding! speedily an ex'ra TCTCI of the Court |;irs.Iction! ronfi-ned by the C'.nsJJurtitm ol i || art iiutances of extra terms or special Mrs.sioiis xvclnre and prosperity ; the pice and 1 Miles! M Johns'on, Urge II Jor.es. ArchMMcDjnaM
( hi-!d Justioi-s of the Peace. IuvJ harmonx of society, and the existence of!
tl.e St-ite, and a'! vrii-ia if and ni'jfJhifjarhd'n'iint \ bj : very
1 directed Hogg to inform; the i jtn.mud--\ fur their trill, if u should not in< rftre w.lh Tho R. Smith Alex'r
191:11.; our (ioxernmeiit, are all concerned in Love
had b; tiaf l Superior Cutnts of the s.\- opposilion ,
I would
officer hore tint
ing on permit no ( your other ol'irial di iu M, in 01 Jer th-it justice eral Iisticis (>f ih > Territory." '1h power of holding s.ecitI or extra ses- lo this asvumeil power and in the ohedi- ArcbAI Smith, Murdock M Shaw, EawariJ.
one lo visit the bri< until lilY boats had been
l-c adnii"ro-and! tor the trial of criminals once of the ('2(27.00 to and his abiding hy the Thomas Owen E.
b'jra'ly SOilS ,
un board, and tint if he firrd on iheni! I would j may your pe The Constitution hid nln-a'U! pru i.hol thai xvas granted to Andre William T

'land and aliirk him. Ikigg s then 1 p-.iil.'J u>r titi' i ers, :is in duty bounl, JJ crer pray "the Circi-it l'<..irts siutl!! have tuiginaljurNlielion tht Circuit Coints of the t'nited States bya laws of his country. A spirit of vengeance j StocTtnVrn., J. Miyton, James Stnngf

: in ail miMepii! and'Tttninal. v. ithin law of C mgiess pnsed l as early as the year by bodies of men as of individuals, is at war
the The surf be couM l b'.inlred Jr Nath'l I). Zei Ier R-j
brig xvis. *o high [ igiit'U by some citizens ] j Thos. S Pot' .
( tile State,"' M> that it the tpinn ** juii. Letion"" 17 ,1), an 1 h.i> IIPCII PKteii'1!:.,I to their Couits i[ xviih the cry existence: (government, and ?

r That not get flight on board the xxml so lie blew returned, it stormed to the si amilaincd. ip JL1).I niir.Ki.iciiviun:. bad a limited ci -trtjHion.. coniiiM1*! t ith mere (; ever silicu'. Uy) the law: of I!he hat sesiunu ; alike condemned hy the laxv, divine as well as> i! Hjgoo.1, Ja' A. McMillan, Wtlloagbty

1 took bit decidijig rfca'e.s, t.re! would l he nothing to.' lit! power xxas given the D.'trict Court for Liunan. Nirnher! only angraxates the oil( nce S. ( regorv. Arch'il Camj.lel! John W
Nit iiiiMiiin a xveirin
(it a'i'ciacn o' the dnitid
and cxim ned the bar, sounded] roui.d and I Jury the latter clause of I he *ertioil to op('rate iijio'i. Fiuritla to hold extra terms at ally time xxhen | aici imien.ases the injury. The right of de- | Poinclextcr, David W. Holloman, Callen
A Ctislt 1 has occuntvl in ilie atHiir of
about it, an I found the -iuf ton high i*,> send I aie d-itiatnliny the oVii'teiate' and a'tentiipcoa ivir.S and it xvotilJ l>c nu iiory. Sti *h a c.n-trur. I i the (xihlic! interest miy require it, ami, ihesr j fence and .,f self-protection) is given lii the inhy Edwards, Joshua Shepanl.

ihe boats. Toward it cltart lion i< not to !us' CZIti1:"iiiotl. ** No cu'itsi tru?> ;, grants are nri-ie cutler a division of power hyti.e ulis idu ii the !a'.v ; hut if further poxver is A from
tmdlay u true the minute
: hietaii ot l cr', eju/.en. lin oj'a gixe'i i i4 to hp ahoxvtn xxhich i'-deral CoristitiiUoa, identical xxith that !I r.ssime! L xx here is it to end .' What security j ji copy ?
The-svvcll xvt'til down, and the SLIII upp irni j li.r the tirt the history I power ISAAC
: liiiiu in R
>otr cotm'i |1.aiidy'! dt'|:etts: or impairs; its avotred ohjert! *. ot c< ir Sute Coiisiitutiun. The Kngli! i is ther f n life( Hmh or property ? The (>ov- j HAIlIJlrS! Clerk.
the of the ojfi I
less At dcsrre !
rs -
an ry. t'ir I MK'ak fr' m a x'r.oial !kn.mir.l .if I '
manned ihc boats, with Directions, if l i icrc the; i I it* diet thir.', the XMijiis are faiiiy Misceptible ( t..41 n I han: the power extenJing to thy trial erinni-nt of ever, counfy guiraritees protec- To this presentment the Judge made a brief
was the !least danger not to cross. Our boats I near been twenty commeuee'l)ears,withia:caner its limits.:'criiiie Your La> | of two interpn (ations, tt.cc.rJing to th&mt i cnin- 1 of lI! cases. I (lion to all t.e-e.! Can it ilo it if [private in. t reply, laboring the time under indisposition.

first and officers second] t. none j flint *"H"ean* fire rate, mx ,: hitherto! pwu'el'il cumiaunltt La* be ?n toaie Jury then
all of ; and of istice to ail concerned and administration of the laws ? WLat man
defeat one or li e ibject* l tir xxhich it ;, Lirrnnity j ,
They: pulled M with the bjits. I thrct.dLeut. tbs scene of outrage ant \i iuence.! Your stated that they had omitted the
I was .bvi.iisly! gixen, and the other of which accon.s xuth that proxistoii of our Constitution of independence, xvhit freeman, V hat Citizen, compliment -
lead. Lieu. Rowan to olloxv. j t
and passed DOJJUS Milahipnnn to MiJes! to H-naiu at carried Iioun's Laic off been ii\ded!ih'on an-l hand yur of propeiv j j xxoru.( r in- ss'hiih d-cnrejt! imperatively, that justice) with Vnieriean L.t! >l I i. Lis t'eitts, xxouM sijlt.J to the Solicitor, as being commonplace

; nt by ; ritbben. shiil ho administered xvithaut sale! !ciial J mil to a self-consti'utcd tri!;"inal. asii'niig: to That they desired
terprolalion o ihc outer e-ljo of the vojf M assist n. ce of i ,I but in ecii't, and byuics vxLIbitifig the j rej -
accident to ihe! crossma basts. iJe.' a.filiiami i held the tu* interpretation : lot exery in lnintetit :, di-Iay. J act af.er the caprices oi" its members, to ad- manner, to the Solicitor, Cob .Heiraci
in4 cu.iii.r.
to \\u constnivti ttt I come mow to notic" r>hjoctiuns; to the law. 'jiide; their own case, redress their oxvn
4)U&it s' res ra- I
laugii < Duval
The boats tloed, and the ofiiurs (ron 1 a1 i -r tho .rct.it cJ f.ici!J-hip t< the slas. I to iov (regarded almost a' the father
'' A clause ct'th..' Consfit ition that the and U'.iJ tj their i iplSsioIH
I ;
fa! Storx's Com. Con. Ill, | says, xvrongs vengeance
fulled at tiie; rmrancu of iu sun. !.:! i x ai I'u : tuiu ra jtiioi o! Uie tti'it mercenary ; tjuam jtf"it. of the county.) xxho had! ailed bun i0 the
*" 41'.'. Circuit. Courts shall IP loll in sue!. counties [ ? !
Dos[ said, "I tan cross Lieut Umvan :'|.,IMC'.T. a !iarr. uuuiWr of th>'tu Jnvp \bon i 'jnlurt of thee
and) it such aol Le Su"h coixlfic ami Mich is it v '-riinrpxviih prcPc2En.. the
'ni'"j plaees as ro.ci'iht'd eo--irj
'"* I In th* ra e of lv *n I liil v \ l'iiite'1 States may xvarrr.'s:
b3iJ, I'll lullovv! i xvas in the nr/y tp.. *:!.!.i---'dtite.1 from tli.-it irt'terand j
; "
ctrriei i laXly ii! 'elei: in th>- S-ijimn-' ( 'ourt of the 1 i bv i.ixv. If n,ht in the opinion that gov'rnnit-r.t. and s.ibvr'ixe of all order. approLaiion of their course as Lem -
Lieut. impartinl
Vttrms. .
class xvas 0:1 Hop } t. iJ.itunt iaee l,
; ; to i
my > j e ; &r monoto
his boat could nit be scin. Need i tell you enri h tleir hcartle: pl'i'idfrr-r! J I'liited Stat<, they atlinn the identity of tb" I the term of this Com is he'd in |Iursuance oflaxv If they ran take a m'in's Lie, they may prive and alike distinguished for its ability aaJtilerif.

I Ianinst3iit.cn I'-rtns j-ni" iKtiuti, and cognizance.i { the injunction! of L the Constitution 1 is ol>ey. j him of his liberty-they may imto'ire: him in
of the that I lelt at tint moment In TJ.e olR-uce ofiiruici pos-t-r .
lia b
anxit-iy J rt.liJi-d
eu to il In it the {. A iin .juiri"ofl-lhity him of hi .
i Iti l !. l22-:3i6-. LoMing at limpresrri'>e< lilly doi.rive prop.ertx.
ilficer] at right < r.ed! out, this daik
my ; pictun1, and the uii and child lsploio '
tie! sixth odium of the act oj the If they set at law
Legis.ature tall naUght one they
If there ha I ll, of-ill the
4 llovx'un is cjpsized' Ills loal xr .s struck : e in sidnes the l .. ,; efn a grant pv.v. IIfa'th urI'iIuc Irriiy.-\e should! be
? 'j.s i.rintn.l! ami tutiier deep
"* w''l iK'tiun of the SupeiiorI of f th? State | as juris
the lar'mird and br. ah- ess0 t the
sea on < imd"r ly grieved were
by a pmur circumstances csJrbstin the ni'jsl horrid accounts jjiien yesterday
I Courts, the (fjii-stion xxo'ilti: have been scarce. i Jndgp-! of the Circuit Joints to hold (eirns ;\ \i iai, that the; and the ebtabiish-.JGorernrnj.it
ed. Another and another knot-k her of
sei inor by come
dpravitA state of thing s ptraordiuarv. "' .iii2 our Contemporaries of
) at certain tinea iilvd. I hold that t't.s! cannot ex.at together one or the other niii,t
[ ayl Si ill if I ihe cuuclud pre ;
and id I looked all ly: op"ti toargumi-n1 : tugI'alt the LealiJi of the
over ovir ; a oatc on as tiii.d the ot'lhe Jini troops on the Rio Grande
j'i in opinion <:e, nnczfi of the ciatHv of the aiticl'i cited means ]' sec li' n provide! for ll.} regular terms ormh! arid ; icM, and !lie paramount. It i is as veIl that all
lost ; furfcxr men escape a capsiz- ti; a urf % lejia of the I'otirt, tot! the trial ol"tLe tu be f::lly co-tfirmed Similar
thin it cmbrircs K xxe.s." It i I4 a i? nut i-i co-iHift xvith the allowance .J t' extra shuuM u.ider-and! the position ii: Lieu they representations
I knew by vxlmtnatiie). 'iliit the current m | 'i< 'u chirgrd with the C'itiiiieioii ( ltILP&.tX .tt: | | were made to us upon the arrival of ihe
/ termA law s'and! xxh' ado t such luct. Tho
lo thai uri.Hiictiuii is the prescribing regular t v- < ? con taking
the liver xva* syoag enough! u> CI.TV: out aIoat. ; ...i -i.rr.s. It will be your ( to isito I'-ai nn.-u\e suppjse { i Telegraph, a.iJ. in perfect faitli. yet they
vUMiire ifei-Min of This xvoiiM educe ] iste I at tle tiitic ..it'tl... provision to hold extra life; under S'.IIdI circumstances, is murder,
Tor this I h d hud! the II T" : cast at variance with the
1 make so
reason, s. MI au rs nlin'-iit it in \ ouinion were statements of
j our l le to arbitrator, xxhiMea jurisdicI teims ; and il in conflict, the latter xxouM have bexoivl question, in all concerned. The ar.iet .
third bon, ti ito at t1s tdonfthe. The the t tini.. rnakoi a ju a u.erc > our own correspondents at
-> it la our ilo. I IliSicratinns Carmarjo. reet-
tiy proper thrt fjriiier of iiKJtvidiia. without ar.'l his
t'I'.ii i is not utilv tlu* to decide Lit to carry rep'-alt-l ; xet no one ever thought an xvarre.ni,
men clung the b< at. At the first rI. K iiexxere you wiil !Lir.- the aid of tho! Solid1tr I power | ted but a weeL pres-iozisrthat! we preferedtosiy
tile derision into ef'Ctand} exists belorc there vas either conJliet or interference.Tli .- uv'tention. suLjects those concerned to indict (
rarnht under! her. Lieut. Row vn ohe red of ihc* r'tatp, au-i tch: faitht-r -istauceis as : rotlnrifj upo the subject until xve bad
a |
.-ll after (lie d-cisiiiri. Any Zoos menth; Jii'Igc-s o! the United Suites: CVuts hold rji 'nt Jor the ci lute, and to damages in a suit ,'
his men aid one of them in p imcular, may be th-Mied! of the C.nut. i vv :ts of civil ample conflrnniion from our uMi.il sources
the e\nrcis their legular! l>*nns and their extra terms like-! injjry. |
Court is >
as&isttd him. Thev dritt d out. I Iixvlh! .'tii At prevtil I deem it Mjlficient to say to you j a tip, TJ necessarily Peter" 71*. So is the(jurivlic-appoint. }j xvi?. In !he I, the law lir *cti'ig extra tennis j jpro.ii'cs May a kinJ P.-oxiJjnce ever hereafter arerff informatirri.,. The accounts in the Roe represent
receiving aid froin the third! bx at. i mtnnt-d! that iii'itder is tiofin i I "uhen ) : tlntth0 number of volunteers in the bosp'ais
to -
*; a person i.f inlit oi'a clerk. 10 I'oterU.. So :the or- 'Id' i'nt thi Loldinj; them in tin event "t 1:. "i ?.< t'cvi! !T l->n of tL: axv&! calamlfr.
other boats and] srnt them to their as>si tm o. s >iii.l I tneia'.rniol l iihiretioq irilawf.i.'K at Carnirgo is betvxet n s.\ and seven
of deceased estate xln-ti there the J.i'fge nt ht in:; aiji" to hoM! 1 he regular J It now renu'.is for in to proc. ti ia tbi'ilis.|
\\ ell, LOW, te! fjueslion, xvho x.-ere I .t '" kiiieth icani l'? itur in Ix-ini' and r o: sine a : hundred, and rite number in the hospital of
Lb t r< < <; j aretio.tJ;- M-saryparties. -' hIIbt%a. 1, ; :*% :t : -rms. ..-, vt-I! ai on other .-'cci'in. ; thus tinkii i rh.ir; _" of our itup'iiiant; duties each in Li*

I was in great distress To lose fl1H in a under flu; peace o1li! Stt'e wuh nnlice ate.: lint again, the l-riraJ swiuhiy in th. lih ; il the duU of the JirLr!, f tiling: : to }hold his j sph"n, an-1 each h asking tha aid! of Proxi-lcr.ce M-itamons; yet more numerous We confess

fair fight n CXMP :ted !Iiit to lose tem l.ysurf t'j! '''izf h either '! or ifujiliwi aizi I that ( that therr is too much reason forgiving credence
: ; txpre- ; fceetioii of I In* act lo organize the Ciri-4i1 regular i t' mi to !iod! an t-xfia term, and of tnJ in the doliweralioai that are la influence and j

and) slnrks! is horrible! I sent asm ill by the act of ihe c m :il of the i L.t., 'iritorj, j (v uris ot thy Slate of Honii: t, enacted, that j 'i-Jge of the Circuit, to huh! such term xxlien I direct cur actions. to this representation, but xve would

but, and directed the) officerin cas* Howanxxas Iiae.i in 1 -> 1">, it *"A macted (hat aner1 > the putiiie interfst it. fun hope.it is exaggerated.
re juirps
i-i lir Mrdtl/f! the Eastern and the SoutLeuiCirtuiis ;
safe to pull off Lis !hit and CH- r ; and ton cuiiiu-!."] ui s'taiuj a slave sh'i'.l'! Mjjfcr 3Iy attention has lieu turned to section oJan Our special corre-pondenl wrote us from
the I .tid Circuit Courts thull h i held a ,
if all xvcre safe, to throw up ho-Ji hmHs deatli. Acts 1-1">. I IJ : act ic.-J by the State Legislature to this Circui; Court, Gatlstlcn. County, llitra &eptemlfr Camirgo on the tiOth of August a letter, iaxxhich
it the lini'-s l iItt't.-s aftpuinltd h; law ;pi
n nr
Could there be a nobler M"ht thin a {jallintofucer. J A ltitiht! bas been Mi 'jsted wli'-lh'-r the !i loi huiuinj ih an> rior Courts therein. <\..c.j I' cfll-c that if il sJiotild so aii> ih:it from tLeprexaljnce Ttrei, 1SIG.-7Vtr//, 29/A SjiftL- Le made particular mention of the

with bat oil, anJ arms c\'e-.d' < d to JuJgc of lhi> l' *uit ha* llio auth irity inrler : "SUJK of infections or con'ageom Iieavthe bcr, Jd 10.Hon. health of that ion a. He slid it was very
Aa Hir 0..ow .
Heaven as a signil of safety, informing i>isshipma'cs. the law to orJt-r and hold thi ter.o ; aid! b--loie j >.' it ;p. xvell he r.iicnJtd that the JuiIr'; sijoahu! deem it ur.. .ifu to hold his Tii'/ss. UALTZCLI., Judge Circuit Court. > sickly an.ongtht? Mexicans, and he a'tribufed:

at the distance of a mile :md a half proceeding Taith'T. it i* llrst lliat; this misfit this to their very miserable shelter from the
proper terms at iluti'iies irod, it shall and!
x.ni and! places now appointed iur r "t
please Ilonor-Ilavmng
ut-s : con-
that all were safe Mj heat was 'mt in my i jnu-'Miua b*? di pn ed of in a iats'ictory! imiiner. the Courts einlirace as xxvll the j be !h.ut'il:: for him loa'jmirn the CVirt to such your xveitLer. since the town wis so injured by

body. It was in! my neck and chok'nj: ire. TJ. revjlt of lily dehuer.itiuiii on the Sips oar Ji.tlr's
tini.nc i ti be intcd lie ay j
I IHV down in the '.p, till I recovcn d 1 my li. fculijet, I turn proc 'txl to lay b -lore to i.Th tor th?an eitia places term*, both apN;bving> : ititbc) mini of j: may q-iire." Tliis a--t applies to the Westjem we were cmhodieJ, it afK/rJs us pleasure interninvin that there was less sickness in propiirtion

Our yards, licjrm and. top were full:: d'm n. 1 1 .,ii'ituti.i of ll.j Stale; pio\i not "ithcr rxnresstv our connection with the Court, among oir troop though it vtb'ouiniiig

silent a s death until I a re the w..rd :i!! re I That nil /i/i jf and jHirl
safe.' Odd on'y' know Ji lw. fur sotie 'if them ] or which! may be hereafter pi to.l i by t lie < ov. j / I extra term. I lt Ifiesnot re.ii'rtotLpiithut! of about the sTuie date had spoken so favor
i pro.
.dili that
could not swim. Tiie surf uas to hi1i tlsV! rnor ;iiil 1 L.'gi lative Council of I he Tt-rnto. jxj'rsit. > vome apjwin'ed MI .ies! t'r adjourmnenta only! not hog the been pursued in relation to the events ably of the effects of th,' temper-inn5 enforced
tile tirnts and ro1u.'a
the cutler could not go u> them, but ad ',< : iof IloiiJa, bet rcpugirtiit. : to tli-- pr< 'i ions Situii; stihi as the version.Judge aj TLe;xMnt rules> lo place ihroiistruction i !iw as Jo th'-m even. ** An afHrinatixu statute? : that lure recently occurred in our co'inty.- among the troops nt Oamirso. that we entertained
tor applica'oio
wait till! the current drove the! boat aal! crru ; 4,! thk ConsJitntiyii, *.1iI1t'lii1o in /fvrtr, uu.t of statutes fnl! jusir: and sustain 1 iloOs! not -peal! a ;precedent! aflirnntive *tatitc! These events were of a nature to create the very contldent Lope> the array would
> ;
through it, seawaid. There were i ixt' ; 021 t ti1, by opi ruiii>ii it f th'-ir |uo\i i< were
.1 ; necessary
board each boat. tioi*, iheuu 5 hhall cea 'i lo ho in foic I [ shrmld! make its
j or result to siif-h rt. For there ever vas torjethr-r! they si. ill !lnv And where is !fliigi} all this tin'c lie uutil tie ( ii-neral .'serill- of(his .Siate *iall| i.msl ." Dwaris 05; ': fj-gr jm\'friarctpri- >I It appears to be conceded that constant activity
in xxLi h enlar tiit of a statute J Jby oLedii.nrc the favxrxhi'
a case <: an cn to ited ciiicn
by our -
got safely through ; bm l lfire lie cu.l get : atr! iii rejTv-al the iaine. Art. 17, Defied.i in tho of\ orejt mtrarias aTjn ifnn'.'' I Dwaris 1--*. | and! severe work are eminently farorabe -

his boat seaward he was within ritl'd sh<'t of aiid ( ):d..tinoigt. < OtistttJCtj,0ai jtistilL'd, opinion \VLeri several acts s'tlit on tLe samn ni'i. i / ?-xxhilc! we were listening to details of to the health of troops, and no ham results -
tin Court it i 15 the ca'
about fifty men, with muskets rea.lv t<, ri ccivohim. i the f-jx in force in the lain Teririloryxxe ** TLe intent,. of the present Legislature is t>i be col- ject, tli3 :at il N-S n.it rj>*'il the' tornii-r, urile-s i i'it crime and xiolcncc in neighboring counties, to them if a little straitened for provis

Where is the white ?' ii3 1 be lin-J the following; parsed as carl j ions. On the other hind the sluz shness
flag } lected not from pjiticulareiprc 'ion, lintt'rm i is con-Led' in ne uive terms in here its and wrapping ourselves in the mantle of conscious

Search was ravle, but none to !> f i..ni.- .15 the sear I'iZ-i: : 'That the Jii.g.'s! of llie 'i a general any view of the whole act.tvari ."- mitt'r is so clearly repugnant that it necessa. superiority-_xvhilc thing around camphfe, accompanied by ample stores: of

Who has shut r dr Supciigr Court* in aid Tenitoiy fhall! have every provision, is breed disease. Great
a white Our sai ur* <- sin !) on statutes 7UH. rily! implies a n",, itive, they are not to Le us indi. atod that lives and very apt to

bine. 'I have,' suiJ the boatswdiu who j i pxwr t-Mijilvr extra terms of said Courts, or j A remeilial act shall! be so constnu'd as construed as repugnant uuJes! they cannot beconstru"il our property xvere trre uhriy and intemperance of diet are, we

stands about six f< ct two inrs, bbilt m pjo- to adjourn lLuii.; > any other time or p'-iee, i most efK-ciiully to meet the! I m-ficial cnil inxiexv as cumulilixe.: 1 !111. -9. 1 (ial.! safe under the protection of the laxx--there are. told, quite common among the volun'eers.U : .

portion, a &j>Ieudd: lo.in;;; lV.-Io-.v.! In u moment it I.t'a ii.- pub h.tcrc-l ma. ; regime it ; and ., and lo jnevent a failure of the remedy." i; 131. I urns tliscoxercd in our mi(Ut a numerous and e hue, then, little or no apprehension for

a full a in 01 it was fctreimin fr
boat houl Ihigi pulled! up IM* iiy, and !' LuM! the leg'ilar"' temis giuim due no- ; A Malnte made for the j ihlfr gi'sil tIXahl 1 er, xxas refli*<"l b; the State: legislature al'h preying upon the comrnumuitv. To crimes in more prolnhly! nearer Montcrpy. The country

lumped on shore, bhouk lundi wc.h I th u icer tic% of the fcuint. Orginie laxvs tI. Le coi'tni 'd in such manner that it may, as fir .'ir fir-t sessIon, as exi irneu'd! l !liv their? jour i hich is healthier than the valley of the Rio

and tclJ him h cauio by tie onl r of t'u- i Thi act xxasirrf livsilel:1 for the iperior attain the enl Ibid rials. The answer lo this is a verbobvious | property rniy was concerned was soon :[ Grande, and the inevitable *t.trtuus! supplied

<.'ajtain, to ih .uk him fur his Undue.* totu<-1 Co ills acting as Cmsita oi tL! United! Slates, I as 7-J-J.:!i.ocsi.le, proposed.; "on?. Th- only nvxlj of'1). law is j ad!d! that of murder-murder of the most by the activity of their operations and the

crew of the Truxton ; and say 13 bun iliM he for provision Lad alieady hern made lor h<>!>J.j J. I Statutes xxhjeL otis? difay, an for rj[>cdii I by a n-w laxv to b- pat: ed by the Legislature! cool and calculating nature-unsurpassed in | prospect of a ronfliu wit!. the enemy is tie

would not fire on shore unless hu fired on us ; j lug special SC MOH by lin.s Com.Is, for lLo i I livrt of jti\'irr, *h tJ I if fifiti nltf fiHHlrtt d, and I and! npproxed b) the ( ox-ernor, arid noi by any i in this respect in the annals of crime-there was very best antidote to disuse.i .
if be did li would liid thai of crtMiaul, in aii iii.g under I Ij We should! be fail note
nnd ci"s
; go to Tuspin, rttftided f/y ryui'i/*' hut i l 7'JA -*. *Cilixi artioti "f tu! I pgislature.! i remiss did we to
Ire t\3 revenge to gratify-norplutivlcr to obtainit
ntown six miles up the rivrr. !'. ; ; then iliM Conyii ntiou air! laxvs of the I Jntlil States.I ** remedial statu.te shall he cxtenle.I byf j 1 have thus xvith xxhatexer ability! I poses, that these Inter accounts, so much to the

j.u'jcd' for the brig, but could not bn..rd her I See AcUofCongirpioi JsJi: : l2\\ aii 1 l',Jl, tu tn'ftrr r'tti- trt'lnn; tkr tmc mitrhiffof and xxith nil the can-, rp earrh! an.l! l'iSly
toAi returned to the slap. The o Wr on j i'.in; ll.'i ainv jjiivi; !ktiiii as xxas -t'.ti-d in :!tf tzi." "In otlir persons than; those intn"d. I (lien lit.-to its imp irtance, arid 1 the great in- mLht be Jangeiotis Thanks to the energy distinctly that the reguhrs suffer

}oard told linn tint ho thought ti.rcc iHtats the -urlsof the K.-ulu'-k) f itrict bylhoactsi : !." Jixvuis ? !"*. To ot!iiv things than j I"rests e-tilir-jr-'il: rori'iiler! l this s'sij'ct.-! of our exasperated citizens, our Jail was soon rlltiiing in comparison. From their better

rather loo to ush ,- \\r\t\ I of 17-i) _n'J 17;:i. j Tliat the h! of is hibit of cleinlmess and! -
were tnuny conic < ( m fhoss naiiH'd." 'ti\\. Tu other ;.iaces.-" | itiirii beings inxMixvd! in crowded xviih the parties to tht o transactions, regularity temperar
lay ol truce. So 1 !. .' Thu aet ttf !'--t. ;:&vt' u more (*'.t.XIi'-iVe i ixx the ce. they from sickne -
tl.'nght my e ; par'i.larly j T'J'J. "Toalini" not ntioneJ or ti atio- ipi'stio'i. In- mit oh tt..l the anxi-ty: : andi'ztrne.tnei j but the insecurity of the place confinement are always most exempt

as cjth bojt hid 3J pistul l l-i IHIV.KLuiics : 'r to tli- .s ujN'nur Court", b, proviihiii! :. fiir i ia thor Inn" titan x;hat i* ineufioufl. in the H.tlute. I felt! to arrive at a just nt.l 1 !prop .r ,s.

and 11 carbines on b'ird.. failure tu hi..l! ( the uvular! lerui ami foi all | ." 7-j:). ; ronel'ivon.! Vll the argum: nts advanced l bx > made further requisitions on our activity Since 'vriting the above we have conversed

l1it, next day, at meridian. I >t-nt two s'ich h't-incftn as his .nhhic! inlerebt nii4ht re- *4 Constructions hnth of statutes and tf wills .itheis or tint Lave been suggested to my ovxn I Iiniii'l Night after night, large and veiL arranged vxiih anofHcer of the Kentucky volunteers direct

to!ts. under conunand of Lutl. I5oris, with i '| iiie ; aril! tinan'horitj to h',!ld tie! .. trnis art to lao made ac that il is reasonable
ilirtctions to board the brig ; and. if obv w *Hno t i xa evrte cadi-r the law<--iv.-d as v\t-ll in cu esaii. frani"i-s, and not l.y any Chained or strict in- un I t fn! result is a full! and complete; I were assembled to prevent toe pojjibility of to estimate the number of the sick at
; biiged. lo bend down, all throw erUiard sing cit I hilui I ?td Mutes, a* and Konietitm acts ol* Parlia- conviction of tLe power, under the Constitu. | twetitr men to each compinv cf volunteers! ;

her jard fjr tw to |1ick i.p: as ihey ilo-itei! 1 Iw-txxcen citizen anj ciiiii'ii, aiit xvLii tLcrw I Iuastia |I terjuelalions merit are to be; expounded ilifli-rently in: sex, tioi: and Livxs of tin* State: lo mler and !Lokl j escape or rescue ; this without consideration tint ihe disease from which they suffer most

bud li.on her fire. I lie taok toted States business : iitdeed, such j jis the Court. I or reward, except the consciousness of performing is diarrLtei which skill
out, lo Ml on 3 the fair and | mine mnnlicr! pTson, occnsiuns, degree, i\rc. have not even a d.vibl on the i isubjpct. seems to baffle the

8 iich blclls wuh him. At 3. i1. M 0:1 the ,. reanuiahie cyi-.tnirlioi of the i fioiii tie 1tt-r i'i order to preserve the intent." I say t this not I in any confidence of a duty, though it was one that caused" of the surgeons ; and! that there are no fevrrs

22.1 August, she was fired fr< m Mem I'. ac Iwaii.s ;.'">. tlu' conehisions! arrived at, or in disregard of the greatest inconvenience hope was (prevailing, unless ot a very mild tpe.PicTILE -
It is stit-L laxv the the
a as framcis, of the
stern. A more t'eauiftilil.t I tirn-r s.wWhen thus opinions of otlieis out istnI! to great los.
Cunhtitiiiiuii tioht have Jcsiieilto "Though a statute gs-es; inaccurate, nam slo that it xvould terminate at the earliest possible
the shells burst which were btluw reikonaL2) poet, aiuI l xvho nny liirtr with me, hut to show Sl'OXU CUOP.The .
Iron'iii'it' in ami such in things, if the Comt can discover its meanin moment This hope realized in
101 cc, as, the was the
deck, the splinters flew, and tls- li tines tint, entertaining t these, corixietions I am lepnxed j New Orleans Times publishes the fol
I of the ( t.tzfl, they did conlia-ie in fmce l, ;', it will bo expound it ns I to give forre tot of
increased. After Lour ji of all for ret'isal prompt response your to o'ir call.
art or fro, aw-iv ror Lllie excuse to piTiitrni tl.e ) lowing statement of the of Louisiana
i the r.ause of the ConaiUutimi littd. t intention of the Legislature. DwarisI71" ) sugar crop
the man and maintopmust, beaillung n.to the duty reo'iested by a largo and highly re pcctab'e Permit us then to repeat that xve are highly for the last sixteen years :
in fart xvha' i .
foiniing surf. Then all eves were c.n tin- ; to prev -ntitaobstriaiiceh portion of the citizens of the e'.itnly, in a gratified by lhat act and budI' -
by your subsequent Crop enS I >, IST.OOOhrul, Crop of 1s37. 6- COO
; the Ciirin't Court!. ? Wo know of no rea.itill lint it is xx holly unnecessary to rccupv this
foremast, which hung on f<;r upwarl I of an case xvhere my oxxn ('Oii let iits of the public 184l.2o0.l'00 IS3G. 70,000"
exu pi that it vvasdiiected to the SiperiorI position! uirmsxx'crahle ns it is. Our purpose interest coutse. firmness and learning xvith 30.000 "
Lour longer, when it followed. I'me. <,iirs: agieevlso perfectly Ii theirrepresentation 1S13.10MK)0 1S33.
which hid ut-iistod in bringing tie rcir: >ins I t. Il) another rlaiiac of the Constitu- is sufficiently att lined by Mioxxin that the Circuit *. InJeeil, it seemed (to me that the in- j which you have maintained your opinions of 1842. 140.0011 1ic -$. too 000 **
j tit.n all :i'icer .-j ivil and Courts t the tribunal entrusted with the I. 1811 UOWHJ 1S3J, 75.000"
of the *K.'it Porter from .Meho.-nedui. to military, holding arc tegiity of the laws and the respectability and j jeliicienc the constitutionality of the Court, in spite of "
shuur: ofiices ilie oftLe United discharge of the dutie confi I led under this law I. 1810, 87,000 KJJ. 70.000
a Chrikitan country, to rest there u.tder the imaer uiithorily ), if not the sony existence, of the judicial the stern opposition of the able counsel for .. 133-M15000 18:9J .OOO "
Stats s or thi) Territory, shall continue to hold to the Superior C >ints. If they are to unTil "
flag he had fought for so m bly." department of'the (;loxermneiit greatly the defence of the Prisoners-and the fixed I. 1S 3S, 70,000 1S2-4, ?5.000
the times and] in the
llieirrespective oliuvs aol uppuintinentsuntilMijCiMihv the r giilar ttrmi at places
the of this
depended adoption Times
upon course. In regard to the the
A foreign author in his woiks piv<> tne f>!. tinder this Coas'itnlion." Now of the Superior Comt the infercnro is On recent occasions, but too well knoxxn, determination evinced by your Honor, that : growing crop

lowing j ortrait of the Aiiiorican.j.ijin: : un 'cr thi latter clail.e! the Judges of the .SuHMior clear mid. iircMiibl that they are tho fly). [ the laws have, xvith a countenance from pub'ic' the majesty of the law should bo vindicated, says The prospects for the growing crop are

.She is generally graceful in her figure, [ Lout Is vxent lo continue until supcrse.ilod propriate Couits to hold the ritrn Icrmt.We opinion most alarming lo exery xvell xxUher ofLis have won our highest respect and esteem not considered es favorable as they were *'

slow in her gait, mild in her looks pioul I in and it is oiivioua that they tiiihit and then have a law, enjoining a duty of country, been regarded and held in defiance While xve arc gratified at the prospect_ of a the same lime list year, and when it is borne

her mein, engaging in her con\cr.s.iti, iMi.caie could Lave acted iioii] the Jaw of I la'JS, alter vast importance to the public, continued in ; private individuals assuming to buper- speedy termination of our onerous duties of in mind thai the xield then promised to exceed

in her cipression, quick at bu! inng. oir .d.iiissiun into the Union, and until llieflc'ction force by the Constitution of the State ; and xve cede the constituted authorities of their country that of any former season, whilst th

chaste in her thoughts, innocent in her nidi lheir succe.rs. have also ascertained, beyond a (io'iht, the tri. by passing the awful. and solemn sentence watch and xvard, in your Honors unweary results shows a virtual deficit of 13.000 hhds.as .

ners, improving on aoj'iiiutaiice, getuMous to Tiie law limit operative was, hovvexcr, not burial and the otlicers xvho\e duty it ia to execute of death upon their fellow men, and carrying ing attention to business -xx-ell may the un compared with tha of 1814 it is *

a fault, ready to woep with one in digress RO.licilous tosliare I tl.e? fate of I tho judires, I hut lo continue it. it into execution. This has been done under fortunate men'xvho, have brought themselves sufficient proof of the crop precarious nature

far the poor sincerely rphbi< u eini- in foice: iinlil rrj'fvr/rrf. how llien was il lo It is luggcsfed that the appointing tin time the oretext thai the Lixvs did not afford (the pro- within the cognizance of the law, conjratu- of the cultivation in ihis very ilimate In conse-

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n.nceofthecold and ei spring, accomnied Land bales lu 1'lorida. CHAP 2-AN ACT to e-tablnh a collection ditnct .- may be lawful for tbe rud court to crder and req'lire 2Jo i JSIo MWs by the rreaidtiuiut flair United state*. -

The in the State of Texas. and for ether the said ad mmstratcr or Ji.niii-.tratort, txecnli r S
of! Irident has ordered ths sale between ten purpose
continued rain in tSr-ram r u (i K o D1NTST ,
bv Sec 1 lie it rittttttdly 1'ie Se il/- and Ifuuseotftfj execbtors lo
5 ru't, Jhf Pant >8 attiiaIly: huknarJ, anI] and eleen rail.ions of acres ot the pujiu i.nd in remnla irr* (J the United btattt vf .1ni< nets inCvngren and to runoxe such a-lannntrat' or ulmiuHtratorectutoror -, nx*: -turned lo this city, and may be found, aa.'tir

marC cxposc-J to the influence of an several of the XVestern and Southern S'a tall &I avniditd, That the State ef 1 cxjsi.. I 11 cxecutcr, il tlty khal! fail ir teiu e to es u-jle-s professionally enzized, a* hn

1. ihu hut the increase;Iqnnut} of new which is briefly noticed bv the Washington Union be e ne collection district and the city of Galv .sfi ii complt u tile such ordt-r. atul appoint an iinniistra old nvwe at J. L. Ikutillt'a" Hoarding these S

h frost cnlm-ticm. i1!! Of that part lying within the limit of Mis-ir ii'p Ih .11.Iy! pert of entry, ta which sha'll be auiRXet! tot or adminntratcrs in hi* er their stead, and hall Oe-tti.-r *t. isjfl. II Jm
Ljs I plieed under SHIu Xelasro, Mataznrdi. Caxallo! La Vaca aid i lurthtr hate power to order aid rt-uire| an> a" tt*
conceJ d f.r any dell and Florida, the editor Freaks in the following man 1% t 11 \NCLRYIkIVe .
it I lie
: is i CMicralK ; Corpus Chri'ti, a. ports 11 d liv rt onltVt or eotatca decedent which may rtui.'tn un-

aming from that score. whilst. uith r.er : I 2 dniZ It it tui ,fif >'n'iftnl, That a r 'ucttr adiniuutrrnj. to be dries, red ta the SIM! n<*x> l) appniitLtl the Vice Chancellor of the First Circuit .

ciencv and fatorab'e seifl. the crop mix In Ii.i.sppi nearly TOO.'M> acres are oferM for the district .f 1x is f resaiJ shall \he pp. ; qimm tratorrr ddtriiiii-tiatoif i"/ii nnn. Andrew <*. Jarr, .\dtjiuiitrator, &c.,

a late Ix me neat the b..uidart beture thAt sjtt and .\labimi : I'ift-d bt the Pn-i nt, xxitli tlu advice aid i nstnt anJ In enforce a ifipliaiite with audi el.lei bx tine aid Rjbert ?iitriieen,

ccjtlatoflist \rar The ritioon cane cc'ntiuiui aUo'to the g'f; coast the Cax ohiloxi uf tie Stiialenf the United States, who still atil 1 attar! ntntrr sie> <>th> ritual proce-w : Prut id- %is. j JN' pursuance of 1 iaw. I. JAMES K OLK. PresiI -

is bad and mil yield poorly, uhiUt the pi"11"-' and on Pearl Rntr Ihte laid are wtldapted hold hit bihtc epun the itrn.s aid fur tletm.tpie- ed. himtter, That and ali' ..mraturor aJiiiiunira- Jt .eplt Lklatitld and Lewi- Curtis, I ui-itt l of the rritttl Male cf America di hereby

mor peciallv in :Vtakspas is r presented to the cultivation of sug.r, cottoncorn autllmitif cril>ed bt law for tic like oiu.ts: in ether district" tiers, executor or rx. cut<.r- .e.'. ill ira U suu>oione<] Tru-ttt-iot the Apalicl iculi Land | J-thre and make kn.r.sn that piihlic ,*ie. will li

c2fle. tmuMijll' good evert character The said collector bh ill reside at the city cf Gait es- to how eran- irvn.t Mrh .rditi. or I talt tn djt''ii Cuu1aty. I held if the turi.iv-rmentieu-n-d! tenth f.t'icre J in the State

as .. L pxtarda ol a million and a tjuartit if a<'r -< ir ton, and he shall b<- intitUd to a alary not excted- notire, in Mntuv. of th" infrtirted .iliftiathfuO.| NOTICE TO ( RCDITOKSST I uf I FLORIDA. at the ptr..od* hereiruU J -*igraftd. '
lltridaare 1 two tli u-4.ui ilais. tt.clu'in! that the v-c i. ,,' furl'nT/ tuaeld. That the I
also ,
eui'traced bx tl.est j u Uinjtii.as. ins > it ; in -uin prxt- of \12 :
.X.TK: OF NFAV > OKK! i-i--In pursuance a
ifE FLOIITTIAN.) part.lt Iig httween Tacipa Ray ant th .tuii caal I,, ftvs allotted tix lav. and the am rant lies!:all collect i 1a harem pnite l ii sa d emirt. bt the fre..uiier eieerttal rr"er of ibis court made in the abctceiiti At hr Un ..(Tke at *T. Al.Gt' ** and the XX hei let pniinc the said fin of .(" tioiKof ibnacf. max t excrcintnl l i.v said court,
pi 0.1 near ithlacm ricr and itt in anv one sear lor t-v 1< d cau-t and dated lice tixent--ti hth day olJulxl4 cin orb M tenIiv. tl><- tntn> -third day of Netcmtxrnt ,
branches, and bt far the create portion tin the stJohn's two thiiJ 1 dollars ahaU 1 b. a< counted fcr and p'Tiriojr on the apt>hca?ion eit atn one r rested I >, whereby oth -r thinet was or- for the itiiHMj| | rl the pubhc lands within tire

"I.FT tiTIR Ki-siruie, M. Lucie arJ lutii.ui rittr*, Key the trei-'irx of the tilted tatts I Sec 't .Tut It it frMi-r enartnl 1 lut ihH lit d>'red and directed that slitting the tiraer-igteed. inc of the rind, iteentineed t.wt.lztps*ne Irattienal town.iip,,

HiscaVLc HaJu, iter and hlilIsbor.'il h luKlm Sec :.. in.!lie flutter enittltJ, Tlirt a sun et.r shall bo in li rce In.ra and alter it* pav a e m i-'t-r-i nt this court do alvertise. acci rdmsr to law t,i w i

I) t r. oiTonr.ii 10, i I C.TERMS bracnij;, in f. ct. tntoltlie Miantie border soet1 if| fir each ot the afnr 1 : .>rts tf dtliterx lu txitSibine : Approved Ft! mart J>, IM'.. and the icticeof this} court If rail \* remand ccr- I ,),jti tf: t'lf base sine and mst 6f pnnnpfit

Mut pnto l ;i on Tbe e are am >tij; !ii :intI Und i tlasco, M.itazor la. f ax nllo. La X'aca, and |< (rations hat in; claims, .1. hN it denan's ocainut l I ,nrriiirin.

OF THE FLORID1ANTnr in the world, vieldm; aStindiiit.t ill the necw-iriej Corpus Christi.giul1 be apjKnute.l bt tie Presiu'it, on irr VK the late Him ot Carnotlun i. Mite! htl, of Sata-mah Tonnshis tnent'e.tbree and twenty-four, of range

I and luxnne ol hie Cotton and anal of the fin.-! with the consent if the -si.ii.te o tin nited Sate| Dud .n Qiun l a. i t i. '.i:. I V 2"'i: ut.: .t jr .xi 1-1 ti' in tin t-u-it d. .d ot Oct itim Mitrhel ivn-nlj-nme. ,

FumiPHs pttMnhrf over* 'aturtbiy. tt ifUiiity|. ar. frndiieed, ami arc in* ii i ( i ttodil < who ktiaJl hold th>. ir olue resoettittlx upon tit i the rc'Iiuiici ol P :\. u \\i i, .. tr nit'rtt.j- and \xif arid CarnncLin i.. Mitchel toR.>Urt Mitthtl F ru 'loiul fownshtp twenty, tewnstnp. twentt
OLLAKS annum, intariablt in orf- f; tn lri'. The tulncio rat td i.. aid to be em&a1] terms aid (lit the titus Iues'rihtd bt law for flit liiv 1. dated *i nil Xpnl, I"JJ, to present their sail cue, txen.t ., arJ '- .rt' -lbree. and 1raetieesltwiachip
THRrF' : Til RFE FIFTY per if pad within itnowhirftV te, the CntM in CuSa ran' of the noKt ehlicious o&ct-s IK other districts Ihe said *arvtt<>rs sluti tion if tie 'r >n, JtL F \ U \ Fl! .\RNL.! IT.,- t dams.el4.u jn ] (letiiai U\Mtli fit.evitereee t there. t.\tnt-ix. 11 rswrc tbnty

't-ie o .jt ubiibinz. or F* VR IX LL\IW il I.aorand extranrd mart siz, are al- ern'ntilarau:- be entitle>drach to a salart nut exfe-edins oar th. usar d.,i!J.t r if I I h ir e- i i. u: S s:!111,1ua'n, ol: A;.- of. b t a tlat anl at a 11 we in the e jtt ot New turk wtwhtps tventvtteand Iwet.t .tbue.caafo

> t1 'ftr Fwr eopus will be furm-hed f'l pasiig tht.t (.l f the XVesi Indies. i6kt cern adau d dollars including in th it sirn the (eec allowed alachifill .. td 1 tt .u .i. il I ID I ni :if1ufl l.. lu he tixe-U for that | Urio- aiul that sud m-ts'er fix I (tnrIs..ore.

*?rrD"LLIW? Mvt.TtieTheflt4 instrted at tlwu the trqIIci! fnnts and (lants ikurih in rr .il bx 1 lau : and ii ea inxiut itlrtrled Lt ont if sanls'irx i. r little clui! .Irrn f. r.lo 1 !t' -. a peremptory ilix for tl.. txhibitie n uf s.ii'I inands. : fractional tox.r bip txtentv, ol rause tfeirtyttvTi .. .
i nr ne, ae
the stid e
Ls.r1t.ttion. Tim ; is, in fact, the ancient Fl I'.>rad >, { x.r-i i.i anv <>i.e te ar I lir fees csreedm, r tt nship I w cut -thrte and trf"
ad- | and tw cr j-ftur
liberal dueoant tuade u'.tl that all tutu creditors as slull tit eor e in raogethirtxtlree
iat.. \ toyejrit wher it ttai s tppniitfil a ritt r could be found I the sum rf one th iiiitnd d liars, nn.ell I he nccruntt I fir hiti th in leef : f r ut! such i* the ki 'don o'' t1I' .
;Fret c their Oi matid, t b.- tht tune isu ti> lie limited e.i
1(I-* *ti* waters01 whK.li xvould impart con'itiual Vivtith and anti paid into the inirt* e if tb<> United btate ------ a-- inch tztrth.r tim a* the rmsftr shall allow fr that! i ieAtnfnp twenty-er.*. fbinhaf, of t* wj>,rir* aI

-: amved TalUna btautt if not the spot *.\her the cat alters of Spain Approved, IkveHiber 11. l-l" I\ozir Is h-ri'bj CiixrurilOajlth I.nrtio.eshall b- rxcl-i Jed in'm the benefit of the I txtetttt-tour nd township Ixventx-furtwenty.

v Mil and MRS XFIL luting in mjrht t.r the f tuntaits ot ptrpi.tnal health and .. le: tee art.! ter.i''t.!. rted in d.-ite- \\y* rude in the said CITIH1 lurtbv give I i and txtentt- < .en, cf range tlurtt.fovr. j1I

-*"' tht' e W8* ol' the LEON MALE AM I *.- txtit-n thefcntt-
*u nrMir will be resumed on Mondn. the mate are cnnsidtTed, t.iis id a will not 'i.e cortH.deredpr the o'Tice of one e.l th Inspectors G, ntrilof tri.>ks. wi.i.w. t.ilt of J. r, rson t onntt and dite it theirs i il claims debts an 1 tltmand-, xxith the eti- j t<>.xnsiii> txteiiTt-kur, (except sections twenty.DIM*, t.

MALI I''r -' c.r .ulars pr nosterou* the army, and to rcxive and establish said otfice. I linda 1 d-ceased, that the ub-cntvr.. one el the diners thereof, to r-c at r.y fliccs !>-> 2j> Nassau; tteirtt .ihirtv-oiie, and th m-t vto,) and set titost veer.* ,

!<>tb ins particulars : reference h<-re <|uoted lo the soil, eltra lc and h-ir<. this this t l.x fled his IK titton with the linliuUe ? trect. m Ih" city of Vtxt York. h' the fourth i tt -t urand twent' -fire, in tcxxnalup txtert_*-eigEt, cfranee

riP'bjlnj of rioinln.AJ. productions t.f Ca i 1 iridi, is no Ica remaiU-ibl Sic I. fir ii enacted by lao Scuttle awl Ilauie t>f I of i Imitate in au.l i f.r the t.u.tv of Jet* r> n, day f{ January next, at twelve i M
of the PreaMtert Jfrjircacifafirra of the J'nitfJ Stales i f 1mmen tn jrixiri: for lie parTitu of tl irteen Vetrro sltxix Nt York. Sei>terber 'fcl l l'STLPHKN >. fractional township twcrty.titc. tnentt-iv.ard
Iii s'attd efl -iflflU nun tnu than f atittin,; to l'osc> wh ifter honest rea'ch Conras asMfttiUeJ, That an much of the fourth U lonznistn fciirt estate, and th it t I he. mid rwf itmnTxtitl t : XMP.HFLCG txtentt-stven, totvnbhtp tweistv-cighr. (cxce-pt see .

of Honda will \*> beld in ihe Pre4>>te-mn I and patient ob,ertatmn htltet. that we may regard sodium of ai act, approttd the 'weiitt-th rd day ol ,l. on Monday. the I llthdavcf Iinnarv iit'atm.Te Mister in I ha:iceryAM tion sia,) and stitions one, J.vc thrtt. lour, and .

Church ,.f Qauio. romo-cnrus Tboraby. Octater I I2tLi. our State as the junlen o4" North .\ncrica. It uemphftlie .\Ui!iu- and eizht huiHired; and f.irtt-two, the Court ot IroWef' ft the! anx| ,i itmct.t ot Cornciw. TTWS GAUR, Sotr! tech.iii tontishi1i tricnty.nir.col inp heifl-i.

EbCIOCt. P. I. euloj the reneraMe entitled \n art re pftin: fh' orjanizition of the ..oner* to nk< s-i-h utitu >i. tctub.-r 3, l.li. I I : mtshiishiiislv.itoi'ia I ractii'nal tuwnshi1 ttsentbset cnIractinsial I,fri- .
I 4'' at traquiitned u-a as 4.rntand fir othtr | irp *eV as din-ct-e tint the JOHN .t. I.ltnOks.; PttttiovrttTcr ship txxeiitt-t-icht, (except section one,) ardflxxnhift a

1. PHO.PS, Clerk ofQuavt. Prcsbtety. author w not in tet! habit ot awarding to sach objects office of one in/spe-etcr sciwral of the arm shall i be o'i (eiimtx% I I1. Sr [ 1 .i] > f, 11 I 3 rnA lwent-mnne ai.dthirtt.ot ranee thutj- ete*. ij

O tober 1 tI.F._ it is int'Tthe'e-Js'! durriminatuu, end pJint a abolished, and the iii..tt tt'r charmed, shill be, it LL ysrniris hating claims a.tain-t the estate o i1: raifi'.riii tittvnhh |.s lsoittt-enzid, tweiJy.ncc.l r

eottntrt and climate altogether different from etheitfeoirraphnal and the -itrio is hen )
The \VPMCETING at the CcnlrrmY camprtound sections xthich ujuiliips parts i if acts so re;>e.uVd )h nitl be, and f h sane I ere- _- /t FGGneirlx m.vr, (md ManiU -* )- ,_ :are i h. i.t' n ti'nd to prtst:.t the irv within: .lirt -three, tif ntitr' thirtt.i-hdrt. c3 I

GIten county, Flonla. is |wtjK>meJ to tea pa sieg { raise ty are, rex ivod and contmuod Ifl tract j .r-i. li,ht and string ri'tvtni-nhir< n. *1st.- tr.c: prescib.d lay law. it tins notice tvill be I Fraction 1 ton zist ijrs thirty and tbhits.tn a, aet 1

thrfth of oxcmber II II U'CKCYOcttfrC jtiJKKMislx bestowttl And it ha uttered on Ap| rot ed, January 12, Js ff1. I ? i strittsl for trax .lhi,4, aid carrjini; big- pleoei m bar All ;.ersins indtbtt.il to uij estate arc Itwttuhi1.> t! irlt three iiiid tbirt\' focre l raMe tkw- g

the rps! on iSiiitx of the editor, xxh derives hi. .e. or tor fani Ix u- rt .uacisted to settle l ii rthttith I t s ..

310 knowledge, ni d.Hj'>t. fret'n the flicial rtp rs< xert eentle art hardxT'IP I 1ILKCUFFBli:0; : A lmrtuub i 1'racti.>p i to-.tn-.rtip thtrt.Lcurtonme.hi stLzrty. j t

tv xjld hi .. eli! sepau'tit ti eter. rer Faze ?? : i eicht thirtv-ntne. and forty-cow. and urtions eec.
Not i ce. (*rs and either nlia(>lt K"tir of iitforma'ion in. r of |ptn.iioris. or [ r .">. 1 sf53. li-2nTo
MCTUOXKT rncnTrrAvr: | ha.c. F Le it tnaeltt/bif the Senate axtt ILtwie offlepirzrnlulirra fvr taih .\pplt to II II. LLUUY two,shot t-n.twclvithirtsc nf'- >rteeii,tweetv-tIq.ae, ,u
.\ Carai'-Meetinjat! the tott >a and snzar ot the niest ejuauity are pro of the t'nttrd **ta1ei t>f.tmniea i.'i Octob.rl. 1-p.;. IJ It < otittiars. twcntt-hmr. twenthattnent.'ii.. tneaty--iuiitw., tt

mp-2Tiund, eight mt\e\ v eT of TalULas'ee. will daccsd and are not Mibu-ct tn clam:iretr mi ftd.. Ceiirtas avxtnl'led. That the author lU given t.t i tFALt UtipOsxLN, Wl.i u received by tin j ll.iriv-iour, thirt -ti.-e anl iirtt-sx, m tw t ship El Isfi

to-miewe ou Thursday. (lie 15th day of October The>e are imp.trUnt tacts In the e I ititndes, the continue the otlict ol ('imnhlniitncr ol Pension- 2otiti'. O Load ot Cuiiiitt C. ui mi .>!< i.e.rs of Jefferson j y-i'nur.t4 range forfv i

M UTIIIT SMITh, eeitton" | lant rof1, that is, prinzs fri DI the rt nt t the act of the tx\t ntitth lit f Januarx eisjhttHii huii- pe.evu idtbtcnl) to the 'tale el I John Bti t u!itx tel l lie i.t; h elix i f T; ci mUtr nexf. hUt the I-rai.ttafiai township thirtyseta. tr. nbtpcfart fiir-i.ne

Efxt deed and l f In t -ttii'tt t it'ii'..d \n act to cout nu. ALL di-ia--d. liv ol it*.-t..tn Connu.a'ehereSt c *trm fion t t f a .I ML, tibtr 'mitt in said county, ir lortx -lw>, f rttthresiakdf it thrM .abd
Sept 22, 1V SaperiateiktentQ.UIIICJ of the last tear relniroa nitKh less hoen g the tjlLo of l ( i.mi; i i' ntr it t !reiisi.'U", IM cxt" noticed ti make paxnwtit to th nh -ntt'aitfi : etr.ysccik.R .ae ,,
than the annual talk the bill beprm to cpcr d It dto tie ii-irtl ot M! tn ':. tii.hUtii hundred and all tbte hat ie f di ruanJ-. .uis-t mi "Tatc,w ..1.1I 1 1presi the f r-t day ut January, 15 is. tistlte, tliirteentwenfj-tLieetw nt) -lvar.tvtrnlyI -

TrialVe -. earls in Jalt the liart M M two tnnnlh- 1 mpcr of! tortt-nint, and ni !1i.j. rApi I nt them, dulttetul, uttliin hit, Site pret lontract will !be repnre J to jrttr hAnd, vtttltfn I five, t'vetitv.txvenfy-ieven, thirrx-li>ti tuitjl >- '1

\ publish rn cor paper tht week, the charge of duration than on the Is-UniS of Carolina and tf it'- re>tcd, Januar\ I, -I'J.. t .;cnbwJ b% law fir M>ftlen ( tit to l sceuiret lo be apj rote-d ot bt saul hoard, for l fit-c. aid tl irfx-MK,) of range fett.sots- f

AJ-TzriA to t ho Onnd Jur* and the general : \\ILL\M! RMLEVA tl.s. faithful p rfciManct u4 thtir contra Townships fc.nty..or.e, fc'rts.sii sod (.rti.seaie,
judge i.ualitx; be of the Cno-t Sea I land decnj tionMireh Suitable oavrjicnts will be made il and fractional of
.iiiiii tr ittt dr bitttiu naJcflerou repaired a.-- tmsrvshtp tuiy-thre-e tvug* rcrty- ttwo.
made ht that luelx on its adjournment, CILAI'. i .-.\NCi tublishius certain post i
presentment this advantafr, taken in connection wash the additional I Cou itt Oe tebt r :. 1 1 l' 11 JniAolice. the wrk {prrerstand cash paid when the bo..Idui4 F.
thc < WioM of the citizens of the County routes \t the land i flute at NEs'ANSViLLL 1'I
v.eji it.
euui pitted.
as a p length of the picking season. is proof that the Stc I TJctt enaetrd Ihe tenate end IEiese o' -- erau-
iM1 an rvtra tern oft otic t hmild be held ty The J ui trill Letrecud bixit r iLesoptnctt-ndeijci I DK-ncm on 'cl.nda. th eteftih dav rf Ilertnber ti 4I
thI i it! |' laid novt ofercti for sale in Florida. ought to comtuand ):t'r.reii..ntathwa of the t'nttrd Stntoe Jtxt'rtra in ,
mtemt The denawi and t indebted to the estate <.f VTili..ni f the !bunt e>f Couutt Cen.missioner., or rich other next, f< r the disposal '.i ti> > puwlic iw 3t xtiliut tte
read with aentblrd That there be and hereby person
will be ( ( H eta'ilikbed #-
All the attention of plaa'er* throu hoot the Hiulhern .njrea. ALL
lan T.d"'eased. latf ot fkr-m < *iuitv. are perestaua they max apt int I .i rmeutiniitd tt\vn-thij arid iraclMoai tonrehip.. i4
aided b\ the eilini4 the t : a n m
CnnneoflheJudt.c: States It certaitilt does mhoote the planter 01 po hertbt notined to mike to smith Simkin-s The plain ioU &>*< rif ti',n of ii4 l Jail may l I.e seer t7j : :

rountv. have .uiued the taajo t\ ii fiai.eo.i along tic M.i'Ifinf c irda r'.aitt. to PJSS to Galx Aran.js. >.>-- out of said adnunHtra ptMiient> : and all (lime iMting l the und riizned at Mouticello, en- at! I j oA vf th' fa't lint nni cait i f l\r princitlt

c n. tic* that oflender cai be. brocpht to justice tin t'nu.n .ii rim.i Ta bx Und inand" s.'ainut mtd estate, will present them to the the uiLa.-e ot (be londiai All |>roiosais| forwarded } in ft riianI
roiMtrx alluded Sucar t .
pven iud
to lu in b s I In or, u i: or
n" rr jfur Isw artful mat be their plane to eJudi water, as the Postmaster G r-rrilmat deem exp miii -d iu atle t< d, within tin- time rnjuirtd Sla and climate uittd to the lull dt-niuient of the J U1XCE, I'raetinnah tewsbip caen, tonn.hipciktex. .jt P
of these tjiats that ts .tlso established from 01 tbet- will be hirre l ot rc i've rxr I
1 t '.. T rcsu I p c- ej nt. a post .
< Pre i-cnJ cf the DoardM ? section twentx < r. .)antI teirexcc.tI
cane, lit a nap trktrk canmot efprvetfttd by ceottm ;\IMLIJFLL. MV. \dm x. rep toisoship
( .ileeatiri. t'u cit ff houston San rclipe d
rered a .utanre tuat tht law, wben pro icrh aJKjiiriercd via >*.tic< llo, Sti>Unb >r t iMn. lu 3t I sectiois thrty.sia.t} 1 1 linzr t.f-tn I
vr4t It the ft'ro. SMI Ill sMkl\N t \ lmr
I'ortt t plattffr M, ri u t- _\isti.i, f.arn& aid 1.trop. to Austin \s! I <
are wifteient for the protecUou .f both lteelu.t t I l- l>;. IIra f-: t.utin.l 1 plea- < opt.UF Tovnihip nine. (pNfejT section thirft- !e-sto sjt an clang on the stii.j'-< :,umaics Wftnax be'eimtttd the fliwinz r. otcs : !- rem fruit n in the .tnto l JefI-r.riit; ( uu:itt ( J, _ nat
tuwn bipa thirty thirty-cue, and thirty-
lire andr4petty. \\rkeiis i, tu iios-fnn, itiAsviilr R. nhitm. aid
\ that tow I.
to a.id the pr diction, m a tears 1 CoIlectoi'.i'ale. two, if range aiteen.
: lallscf the heave'. to AtMtiri, from Xaehitorhc the 'id nefl .*>tanti an J 1'.rastnding
M Tti ,
COUNTY. ; Fractional townsLiputhirtcthirt.on.r tbirt-twt5
lttiiins.-.LiX1N Ea-t
and t.f
will be the ,
ClecHon au1ax great staple treasure t i.* S iiitie T wn, NrogI etc.! Cr ckctt's at.dXTashir.jt Btirtueof the antlii ntx tt-Jol in me bx IanI I M re'ianttut s/. .Warki, have tins thy adop. and thii-fv f .nr, of rawc scvenf er-n.
Tfl ; Florida and its a eestt b tfeuaoelvea, ai.d Lncran Ir ihrcv..rt. the itn l lex led nn aid will XIMIS fir
growers > >n. ti : m ; in td th ol Mon.it.. C ,
Iciheneng rate on >333tiitiirou
.1 I i J To' a-'hips t A rrt> <>ur and tuea.ty-flcc, tf raag stvreat .
.. Pl-1 tile front t-l tt i.e t iirt I li O-H. in t ifcttx < I 'I ii-
= above all cther ? .t is L. :- ; i za i. f' in ii nor hend-t at this place, *izVj : *-on**.

; i i triti V Lair.s ii Bn-, >na. 1 l.VitI I, Xirtf.ia. and laha.4.-ite. on the tart il >ii
I Late 1mm Eurni. .. in1 i ad, to San Anti'Mo il<. lltr lr' rn tti c.tt itt| f ,11 >wm.c pr | ertx U x u d u; tie toitiun 1 1 laic., -*" rents eacliJFKI.N rargetwcrJbtwn.

Great XV has id from I H,..i-'oi i ti R.'dim s- lrrx : Jr.im .\n.titi IK Sjti allaha-- lor taxes due er the tear IHI ; 4w :PETTESJ -
-l The .t' amer >ttr i art n :xerpool > Leeds arr.ted by Lax for the us w"wrhocl*.
. .',it ::,... 4J. P MI aid th it it s', itl |It t'!,, tl-itt oftt. Lot NoIt'., 14:< 14, 1 1 >. 1.) '. .55>, north addition X .'xIL. .
x vtrhiar' other vull( be.sale.
; eacitided frctti
4 with admen a* late u> the l.'th %e1i..o.bcr.l r jtHf
-fmitt tneral 1' eo.fret fir iti. a ols id cut : levied upon| as the property ot. St Mate-nt. 1. l-t- '
UK i i I| I] > i Site e itri. need ten so tore tt. athtr. losing two rail on s tiff r.>uu- a* i'Yi asr n c iix !wcTflx be the e Ute of William C art. rJ ___ I

11hard! < CtML j230S.V4lln "i24jHl ( : b' .ts larbtnrd paddle' box, and rocemiienth. done after the ;p i.is-.oo- "f this ; ftAppruted : < )M% \VtLSS.! Tax rllcrtor iIsU.riil :iu 37,13 2XXw I4i.I quarter funit-w tbt Leads are *o<.utr disp Urmer |Il' re-bruarj ( 115C October 3, I-l-. 11 t.r the ci't 'f ralli K i o"y \ PirFnc.r !ULITirni4,,
MaiweH T'Zi u in .'r d tinu< she lu- a a-' f 1 .' > pa.cengeta, and aud J no pr.Tate entru vl land in the t' wra.ein.psI
M prt)2l937lS i.., ; ; nut ra.- ll i.t ft "Ai to
SunonT'io [oak. I )! 4rtIl .tzI.oag the uu&btr weuotut the names vf firxaut Li-it of Iei1i j. R ionrrn I -> oRrr ..!. will be uilcittted unttiiatteetheespirasicn
C!! \ 7N ACT reLtzte t Cdlectorsatd other st : : -t.
f tm frck from the ronssacneerzint of riiid ss.iee.
K I.e.Mwrd. !|R7 17 11 12 is;, .14}tt Cr .tm and ladx ( > EMIMm tlu. P, ,tUTee at TU.'ifc.tI ... .
George Mon *, 171 :23 Si'14 Uh" Il3iHW -.! officeroftite( Cjst..n.a. : V the fat iJtbtr l lodami. iiXX .\KIi '1. \1 C-I Justice of the 1'tacc, tlivn ntxirr my band, til flit rttt Washiticten.
ito ,
I I I j s The C itton market was firm, and grain wasailx.n- ; 5rc. 1 />'. it rwtnl hy the firmatf end 1Jneaeof \TL- at' .1 ti ft r .lie. li ,n .1 ii-tts! r.niiiej i this thirteenth cia\ cf Aucv-t, Anise I.etiioi rca
England and on the coatmt-1.?. the I pit,,! .Ia rhiti .\ Rev Vtkv, Ir. lin>l William t tt u-a-d ttgs.t 1 undrtti ar.i1 t> rtt-tit C
William \ Uain '! tccI'i 3'' f 4 7Binj clog in : fl.J.fl.k.N?01US "f \tatftaf in Lse.d tVullu.eixi Irwin John MVkiiivon N \ w .f i in fv. iur -. tlc'K,u cit .i Mu.* 'r.,tt. < < < irf,, '
G Warm*. JI74 I53f 3 ', S 4 >4' The papers ctetilion the death ol Lord Metc. ile, (\trtjfrffit armttiri1, 'I iut t llfrtor- and il! ot1.ff Wiln Jones, < ol Cal. b II I 1. tn t ct. 1 I. Id hi I .'irt-i .n the second Monday el JAMES K TGI.KTj
''tfcl 312t. ..ftii- : ; the Preiid ntJV :
H .
iJ : i 3 2
JohnP Djtkl. : that
| I ate Gen roor Cveueral *f C njuU.Adestructite \th, t'barb C '2 JadEv, John a %try lIt'l.1 t r ;purwe|
1. uB Dnneb |l-9l--9 h U. 31 GI| | 5 ,'44 fireoccurieJ Liverpool! the a .< r, chiill tot bt |>a>d for tin entire \t-ar, but .\hetiiiei.Jnhn J.'hyei.n Gather All hu-t iKcuiitid d to him will receive his IKS II PIPER ;
in m
Conttatwonrr Central Land
< -'tall be aIi.Tsii! ) i1 n <.f i.r&atw th:m a fr tat I .if'r/tif Office.
Jaaei Wiftw. jl7 1 35| i 4 2 AVut Ccii. K Johnson Mag l'arctinr protiipt *tuiiltorj, and ttlerarnt efUcteil with a<
5t 4 I'v, 1 th pttiuUer, bx hicb prop' rtx to the acuinint ol of the jcainu: e.unpensation : 4 It irs/t J collectnxmaJf
Reuben little elelat sibiv. < ,
anning. ((1732041 5j abu4it sijiOt waadc.troed. poctirelv fur th' true ci'.h nlnch they *rt'i.t1f '.all, Mrshuaa Jont, T as pt ifj NOTICE TO I'RF-HMPTIOV CLAIMANTS.

The atove it. the official rtult with the exciittion .. Hi-lljiiit Jeffery Johnson, William without suit.5r i tntitlfj to the n-rht cf
a rve is M rvi c Ilitir. r < f fTh r>. wlw thf r thei.n, base- Fwrx | rson |rrr-.tpttee
north-ea of the
The trtarmze of the >n of Spain h. at last >: -Olict in the corner
Idlbi. HL Jenkins
effort Stan.uurx precioct, n Licit, it tetarK* i> reported h. nr b -en decided TLe lucky man'* H. Ik u Francwcui AIK'! .lhr other otixk'ltl an, I lard v JariMon, Johua mei t t parNof ti.nnut.ra abo e en'tmee.tlnd, M required to
5 'itzr'tnathon. no c tur ft
gue> Ca *?il a uiajoritt ef frata to *ertes, r Tlllat. .s.v.-, "v item'.er 19, l-l". 9
the He !' l.JirAfl Knole C Alirwnt I etabh Hit crone to the -.it;-faeii<'n f the Krei-ttr
i .'t-iea. con to Queen ta nearly :. in .i'iv citH t'Ci'.C fir i:i s- r\ir. n her a.ltr' -

wnicL cann t eaceid kU ra tbe co myUetiac t < an of while bis bride if 2-S and a few tn' ntl s. l c ., *.. fiiicxia'ti(.<. f;rfi itmt-s. or other Je-e K mpf hariesCij Hauuint: nutl Kopc. and Rcetv-r nt tht {roprr und: office, and make f. I
turtber acwslreatte Wjddlo Listn.t, wi> for the tinn 1 b. t.t.i... IK ii i s. ruf b xwid the ( iur, Mrs Rets Kiti_'. !N.tacKiriiiiau inn IMI:* ii"i'e| Mills pa ox-nt Iht-rtf-'i. at roen ai rarfieaL't, after tttnstk .

litLr-j.-t, not official : The Quen" yoancn-ter. IVmna Louisa, i- al r to raiximnni j-i> rrr'i riti i Ou id..d x lu \ Mi KilSt, Lintl>at. AltxaiJir II 2 \\J\J ; pieces t ot in. ton, t! natirt. awl before this div apj irtd fir the> si

Gad.kr rirted C4 lot Cif'i.1v4:04 be m jrried to a w n ofLisita PhiUipe. Tla< sU p on S. ". J. ,1nJ 1* it forth'> ntnrtet That all ac- Ji.av., I her. U' ', tl W L n.. fiirhird II fri !iece Nei Nland. I c..BpnM-nrt ment of the publu ale ef tic latids irobracinc i'. ft

HradV aw Peter Lam km. J D 2 H tonII > H>, for ale bvSI I the tract claimed eth.rwiscu.ieh ela ran ill '
the part of the French Iliiic. i> |roclaiuicd aa - : ztNadnt. Rr.it'ei.iw, Sainutl J I>-WMIVilhami ARR 1.l.OYI) & FLAGGMI be.fvrftited. \MCS H.ieti PiPtR .
hal tnum .*i of renrh pc lirt. in ajit.j < I the (>} Pttiort a'all he ron.1.rd i .n, -rtvri!: at the tnd if c:ich quarter -
., 21aci. ..' tl ti>*-ii i. rS. i>ra Ukuxt. Lli-ha L.rkii1llctlul Septrvreh't U. l'h' :is COM Gin Land ( ce.
iiiftu n' c and intriuc. ., with Leon makJcflcrwii Wi caijerity. c inti In it fnr'hrr ttttrt tt. Tl :it otrtinn
.to.ibuia Murat.M. Same .\tii.lBikn Iai-.4-) : .
nf the .jlditioml 'ntnTII M f 1 Hix the sevnt-t rit'i
cites KJMB SH WHILE xf it MA ..0Ut whig fr end*Lav( r. I'replty R Micrjr.H ilrt-on 2 K&'rsc-ya, I $100 UEt.tIW.Frr1ama1in .
s.ctiqii ,ut flu at 4i! .\ tlhiri!i. ti. iirtitisn! h'l ifr 6rAf
flcniii'n t et to be heard frB vtMcii will cqaa. been in ersttei at Ui re n't eif the election in Leon ifosMcy,

t der.x driege C bcll taajont). There will be County Titev have earn. J all their e .uutv ticket.Vell \ from inir .rtk>. and to e1 anje and Bioditx i.-- Huti r. Janet s Mtvre'! st.>r'ing C '1st -fiteel and< 'I It RR sate LLOYD bvT &. LCG Ctiffrnor of Fli r do.
Samuel \ If has h-"n I
BruH MeIntyiit1.ijrr IV-Hr.UEAS. rharselU affi.
tw ntut chsuge eiuier freia list year in tbrGarten I late the Mnocrats e'. d i 1in liw imtM sins; d'Hies in in.'rt.; and for otbef ; rroper
waj \ what of it w cam* Setemh.-r 1' SJL'V
*' Br ix itt. J eph D Mrehec, *jr John I > > iLtit! th ,t <.F iKOF: CLIFTOV.? M. CJ .aa
khM" t d ernecl w.nalts.
( f
e .t in* j 01 irfett'ire -
the eounrt since XVakulla ta.separated fr.<& n ? Ifs piti-poitra. b' I.U< klulre. Hdward M-flaoiuI 1, James ? NE.s. anti dr:Oft.E YtIUNG, were acre-some tfr .,
ii Hittrihutetl
for the p'irpi M- 1113 Iii :trx ]
returns one democratic neraber J. South, >, we Late no Lnowied < f it. Dot tr.e du not '"icc-r of the ru.at m' bust lite w IK Ir amount thereof Itur;lott. S U MK'lane, William the death (4 \MEs HSlI.lu'eol Cadsdcn countj. .

EMto tU Lp laturcCoi txonder tauch* whig tictory u o ntr an occurrence wl -t( rec"ircd. shall b" paid directly into the ('ot.irt, John \V 4 MrvPbenKwt.rcliy 1 F Cowart, Mrs Him 4 Mixm, John .\\ T!.at !IWILLI \M P VO ELEV.Governor' .
P. J Floxd dera ii elected to the Senate of treamrc *. .J Netv Orleans
that we tumk thet have a right to all curts X si', Irom ,
( lioirr. llfVm More-, .t it f Fi >rtJ. bnrtueol theantri rity tested
< 1. .Intl Lf tt fnr11trr emmrted. That all act casks liaCOII SidcS
f'OC. FtieUin. jellifivztioo. (kit time will c >tne .OOK eaou ti. I Vhi..ui,, John M M m <>n, David 1 in m hv law, ii.1 ht-rebv oper a reward cf TW OlirNPRrD
and part <>f art Inriuflsieteiit w th this act are htre- SIiouhito-ra
; Fr"w t rtXVett, few tctnmt hare b eo tecieiredJ ( u.aJam. Shriek. VVmt I : DOLLAR< earl for the ap| rel.eeuiee

cli Couutt will xtht (&- The democrats of the state of New Yocli bare hr rey'cait'ul. mper. MrtO .\ Mills, ilham 11 I small Hams tor family use. t>le4, rind rh> ir d< i'\ir! > to the custody f -1
>or i rt'btfbU roe a majoritt pprod, Febmar II ieifl. 1 hhrl fair ;
mcuiiiattxl the lion *Mla*. XXripht f ot te haodred and twiity rotes Franklin two taajornt Li Got Co iwav, Jaine J Newtoo, Mrs I DPI. 1 filth Sttur-hiise Meub'ues. Georte AOUIIJT, tout D a ineLf jti.i.

for Ka4ii. No other Counties heard from andtikuiiterg the 1 lou. Addiaoiidnir tot uteuant eruorOftic ( IAP.! '- \\CTt.i cnhrce the p-nvers of the .cii. Or John C Gdeill, I>arm 1 r. 2( 114 4. hints City MiIe fleer. Irisr'.i terv black ests. jet black hair, interspersed J

from the cSove, xre hate etn riaaon to sal inform on hahti n i eivcd at 1'aat.iig. s..v -r.il - ( arr. Ui.li.CB \ Pl< x(r ki. i'harles to Illinois hour. with irrii. tlmlk bikc board, mi saleisker,, v arthyccctplt
Iriet of C InnbiaJ lit j !tibis! I le>ur. diirfieiM.e lr-retli if inche 1 C
Ct.rhtt, rhom.isJ Patterson, Mr JennettCo Mini, in ares 2 *.
biie tljt ll* to cwwlidates wtll < lo the Su- 4.1 Ft New Me bt (..inKean
g Santa sicu,
of the tierce Rire.
lon capture tt ninrlrJ I Ihr **rnitran JJt i'ofHrjvetfHfalirr 1 | nroe SOjeirseiase
c I. Jtf ? ', i .and !>r R IVrrv, samttt'I c!ten rnplaiv> i/t iiedicpe.itn'tr.2 or
&flhi4. q% u i iwarit the name result a la.t tear.- I ex Gen K tI.srclaCd "Mmilf* in f.tlt dajn nf t>if fitttftj ftntr* of.Jmtnm ire "lump, J..hull Pht-ljit. IS. t Joshua 2 I.Ms Leaf Lard, Tail r l\ trade

we wil! n. t vet adtoit a tk-z&uCTAtie l<*s to the SiT ad coiHjue red a pre-tinc. ef '-OIHM, s.iiI xxittu.ot Congrr oxtrnMnl Tint the \iral Orphin* f ,rlv.. Mr M irtl a \ Patrick, 'Iirajjh 10 if.'* 0 (;ei>r.je clilti ;'as-ea Hor 'in. -* Lay the name cf '

firing a irm Court lull 1 1 in and for the Ui-trir of Columbia be. ( ,,x Mi** Ljiiure Powell, l\ri I! l'> usek- Rio Ce>r
V ., viA Ihcx are hilri >x .inthorm| md eniw Wi'r> d to ( ''nire. Major Ii RittiK. A \ Hahac"! S, it. 1 1i. '-lo. fair and ruddy\ c< inilexinn, brown l..ir inclined l le to e
i re>ult, then dcpeads on (he Ca-t and Soith, AUThItltlT.
app Hit a tni.r.Ii.in 'r SMaroSv ti in\ and! eierif 'n C..r. iaiiis IJitt.r, Mrs Ellen rl.Si'nprall\ nears his hair unp, very little beard .-
fr !Li i< I h we have not itoeived the Crt particle :int orphan who mt* now 'r tie.riittt'r bentith d <>r ( jnli Mi-n C.tiiariu.fl.ttt r. (henry NEW GOODS pw> tl> on the rhin, intelligent and f liNi of rea iin;:. I

e ui'rraatisn The ofitefl is a close toe, and Lawb of Hit [Inilrd Malfx, pnssnl al thr Hrsl ; hate rtirht or claim to awe projMTtx real, pcrortt Hdwiii W 2 ILillx I 4xrt 1hriktJsaM has tratcllef tliroi. h the creaUr part of the United .. '

t Cither party is&1 presentfr24 ear *.f aeemig-t .

may IK within the jnn-dirtl of -aid court, except I).ixriune, Charles IV ttuM.ers, Mrs llinilT 2 | i treceit d. i i.t.t lung Foim, from Non pa5.; fir 2
vote IQ XWkcaUa Cewly f or Ccngressman CHAP. I- A% AT tofxtmd the laxx ol the Ini- when said crphan Thai hue i stariientart nar- DIVII, Fli3 Ran, AlmJiwD nA\H the f.itl 1 1xiiCL'H>li .

h tha* ted Mates oct the State of Texas, and for other dim and shall reqiire of edit <-n.ir.Inns so apnomted lit ly, Win F Il ch ni
CabefL KsinS and of testamentary jrn,trdt,HH, unit dirertidtth I IC *.!!, U"ia C 1 llilUTh, J Ort..tiur4. shirtinj-s. Yarn, Smith Bellows.Vice. [SEMthe Mate, at the ntv rl Tallahassee, this .ni

f choppy" 15 fi.Wj *purposes I. He it rnatttdly thr rnale und 11ott>..eoflit <-wi
ort, 21 13 LC utiiluttrr* vf the I'mttJ btatf* 'f.Jtntrira "IHHml! tiTicieTit iretx as n xre ;pur* d b\ law I1 Ikel, ilium! J R ial, Dr FI SentePib t U l'l. S WAI D. JIOSELEYC .

Si. Marks, 14 3fEentden. pu That M the Lxxsof tie. F- Arid \\hcn ant infant w is fit her mat be lnitishul. -;, 'ittp, Sinitiel l IlobiitsDn; \ alton the Governor : ..1J.SSIES

23 ft I/I CvntprtsfHfiiil'I'd, declared to exliwlto and Ix cttt, .r ot'ierwiw, l f. ititle htnbt
nited and Mates to hate ire tuh force and elTect xxtthm, flit fw ltv efiarnle from tin fithi r. it shall anti may IH l'rei-nMttt, \Villiaru Spears, J iJiiiaH CIRCLI1 COIR I :stitTiiLHN I met IT or FLORID .\ -t 29. s.fc>. r.A I
s (t7 ot< r, 'fl'.4 I the fattier Smith Stanton .t. :MO-SUOL t'Ot'T. -
the e.lC lawful f< r naid court to ( a* nitural .jr. Warren .
Tot Ibe State Sena'e, VbOlkCT, ICCOITt d Suit i f Ttxas th, a.lu.ltUd at and pieaet.t t ot the ssiun Liu I ciiardMn, to cii bond a'xl .eu-utrity to "count (. (tf, JutiM- 2 Shuler, Nathaniel VfilMiti Ch irl"s M,ill jrx Co-ni>laniatit, .uticc.
t uioli
*uzrs ll.to e He iarninSj\vt r, I:Ui Sjxxt r, PheheEl.'ritL.e LL ptisans iiai.-bted to the estate rf Peft'aiaiarV .
'I' --nd and >! him to amount Williin SairboriKxrh Edward :
<*<< J mes, [I>es %rid.l fiJ For Represents- for prox-rtx| ruitnii asuarihaiua .
ted Crates. ..ttirrai.and hesh.ill fail retn- Cnoch 2 Thomas Eidrii1.l Lh' il elh Sjn tier. \Jthan Sn er. t arotiiu T. Li s .'. late AVakulU etunty. decea>td. 1i
'IT 1VOd-dT, [Democrat,] tecentd 1Loac. rote* Sec i .1i'l le tt furthtr rnartrJ, Th it tEe ,.aid in or ( ,run, Stmpsen, S v vir. Lnv isa s.jwtir,John Kirr.ixx, T anct will make irrrie.!iatepMrnent' to the subscriber, and
district, t> ti'e such bin), or, at liii re<[Me*t, said rmirl- .rul .iin, illiara Tanner, bun -
[ V.j 7i.C.cortla. Mate Tes fchall) coiwtitw'e ne judicid winch shall Iaic, |fnuwcr to *pj."int M *'*cnl c aid:vI" t.iiDiVilhain Tliit.r !) \Veiutnard, uniOn D-iiis.n. Silai I>em-cn, Caroline those bovine ctaini asain t aaid o-tate, mu&t prts ivt
to be railed the di-rtrtrt of Texas, for nejud Dentvm Heart Deni-ion liurrowsbeira them for patment. duty xitl.erticitrd. within the
take charge Mid pro'x-rtx. trh<> Miall ir'\e bond I < ,ra:idt. Malachi Turn, .J-inas
niectlou.XV .' shall IM appulUtetl, tth.i shall rrindt iheTiin, turn .miri-d f b !''jw they will be tarred
t thoii aiidd 1- aid -uritx a : i'i ct 11! et < u-i'-, but indi'iou toml Gte, 1 It-nrv Tri.le| Mr! M I* ef J >hnll. Smut, deceasedIT rt \ 'r of| re-
Late heard frcrn l\\o Lo .ntie* in this State, and who uSa'l: no-ite a salarx of two factn n ol tht" cwerv FLV.\BITH r:. IHMOMII. -..

Wh lars |xr annum, and vhoWI hold lie hrt t<-rrn .3nJ be tl furl&fr ttiaetnl. That ail J JnhnI Coil, th tt the ab >xe nj'iied defindants reside Newport. \tinst 11 ISt. | oin :tdnia. J
give a deiiiocratf cam from ttw 1 liM tonrf jalteston the tot M'.nlex tf, f ebruirt I 2 in Halt, Jitsephi Tompkin "
( on
said eourt at sod lsac lieretidure XVIloxttll 'ixithin the ui'id States, but not within the State > f PKIXtS
where "t cirt- I bail J Im Tbnrnjtson,
ant ONLY.T17
ta'-es ap .
? lection and laccsi '
iortaJ Docatur two majority for and at Mich cth ? jie ne\t K.ir'f-rt, or max (liereall .'tetlHitet| a tpiardun orLtiirciii rhrmas Tucker, .\ J (Plondj, itt i inn lieti ot Stephen R M,til irv, counsel
; "**,.m. the democratic cafltdtte, a;uiut thirtt. as mat Ix protid d bx law shah eir have a>- said-ii.el : nr taken bond or mav hereafter tike hhi.l.hrue-.i, William T To ant pjKr'wrrian artist (for the complainant; It i$ i ilt-rrd, Thit the sail tie.- ..

majority Ut elation. judge max order and that: aid and r..iitt liateN ond, (runt int): piardmn r itt, .tdiait! and shall at I larli-t.. Thomaa) Viiieant, \\ ilium f.iaits f CIH-.J their a";>ear..iiii ti l tic entered, and .

TLiUU.a.- count pires a whig m IM I i..tu that tin, interest 1 irler', Paul XVe'llord. Mr Mali' la EII n.itic. tl creof serveil upon) c> ni[;laiuaitV s licit, r the .'itir.iit K-it.S.i-hr-i t fLEK
( ncolilerr-d bt Uw iii thit il Mi\ Mel) nit Inn ( ..ir mnort his front ll.eelaie ol thi-n nler arid. i:
reisetl I cf the wardor ttard mi' re 2"2LmSt \\f:'t I, T lertioi unJaUo shall have uid tXf e .
Tinted Hates. I have i>o r ami autl,' nti ti M riflhi.t] l sm'' pmrdun i r ;II.tin 'irchjitiahel Williams! Jov.ph fl 2 I in cas cl their appearance Iliat they cause their anvxi -
S., nil uirt e 1 I Ihe ui- 44 CT.I) \U .STREET -
few returns hate ban received that it is in.- powers and jurisdictmi. *! a cin c hall lit guardians to TC litioia' li rorli rth -iruriti : I lor.. J L tjthiis, $teph.! I) 5' r to the toniplaiitant'4 bill to he. tiled, and a coj x .
Pcial4,11 result ted Sates and appc.aU a'nl wnH el trror nl dirt and his XX illian Jo-uh M A thereof tO b" uir.etI! on tl e complainant's snliciti NEW YORK.V .
at the t. I mit' b lim as.i 1 1 nit t ax ; tip..n| : Ilor! e r, David F on.
froti the elerisi lbFmted
nierutloa of mltb, IJlack and I'loweri.XV It,r Ihe district cf Texa to the Supjei if C nun ol such t bet tiritv. teI raiurt shall have powei and ail Hill, Mi** Sarah A .' ii'inZ. Theodora iiid HI iLlau'.t I let ri-il, "aid bill I 1 tf 1 coiitpliii t nnx lie of ri'.INTl! D \LlCOES w bieh h ire been t.reduced
Mates, m lie same csr a< fr ri a cirri if akn conic-i-i-ui them jut/ it is ftnthtr Of'Itrnl ill this country, or imported for the fall trade, arid s
uwler tand that thte uiifortuaa'cdeii iniderWefit I Inrit atol it t-lnll be their ilui to ihMi.uin! I *.* Pt r-t nn ratting for any ol the aboti letters a-
if f the nile-d Sate| to said Suj n me iirtand> are ctfered for sale for CASH OR
court > TUanlian Iron rlTice, ard a piu tilt nolhtr in hit till pleas < at tliej are advirtiKilO That.1 within twenty dtx-: the compHiiiantV APPROVED
tW WhttflCc 4 l the law testeidat, in Had-den under the same regulations. M< aj, and order flit estate if the ward to lie lottie. )- r3.ie.It!** M NASH, P. M this e>rd. r fe he published i in t tl hi.I i loridi.in, i* CREDIT at ft. .

r<*M nuthand Ula'-k rrtt tl-eir! fate with. ut S.-c <. ,1ntl if tt futtlur marttd TI at there wilh ii! lit rtd tolhe ncwlx, 1 apt,oinled cujitlian.ard .: ___L --- --- illthi-wee.. aid that said ]>uhlicatn n be ce>ntin
**? apparent frhnr.kuc. lower"", howcter, came shall be appointed, tn an*inmtnt, ut ant : .\MilAfiF! \MTXXO % FAVIIARNT.SSI.Sfoi said piper at hast once in each neck for f urnontln. Within thelaf few da\s.
learned the law, to act ttattertut C W
f.tar m ral In coinpil I and enli r< e a con pliamt the low fcl t > .'tpJIS to $>. Pureha-ers rantd lh.
cheniinj: the pal low* of iN I j.1CY, 1'Y openinc a States for said district, and also a (K-rnon to net a-* li> i r e s sue at t rice ? | Jill of Snu'htrn Circuit of I loridan are gi price*-and
with Midi trilrr. or triav xx here ilcin bt "ninoneof hia during ThurMhvf1l ol the I:mud state I..r said tiitrel, ach ". '
iraetime marshal
: arms < Atiitst t1 111'' .lm
ainnul halait itl| IXAO }11111- ordrr their marshall to tike |4M-inii ol, Slid di lit 'i. ?' Catalogues (nnewcd anti corrected ith a piece of ,,1ai.1 hen discotered. life id whom hall recrite Jch an and lets irorticul irllx ( rrptrlt : Protid.d. h meter, tl fat n iiui.titer N01RF I IS HFlMTiY: (;IFV, Hut .p- rei ilatinc the prirM-a'-e placed! in the hands of
*>* B arh eiUMrt Tlie bli'eng ttas stopj'ed. and dud dnllar. ant als" coinpetssat be idi-d hx -liall !be imtl directing 4 iPJardian topxeiievx enrifx will l lie male loth- Genital .\sd ord rtdSpttmrcr .
services I hae bee n or I lat | rot .
;"aahmU it'tJ him t-omewhat as and until he shall hate l In-iti lnlt nmimotied to.hc | thi State cf Florida, at the next ses-mm thireil f, at l axv, 1 12. l l'Ii.t S Jy
Suen, ret Sules district allorncts inarkhaN. _
law for hate had ti notice inxt the act of the ii-ilatite e Council e it| t Ilie -
>. tau-e :icnnil: or ri iatV lo amend Florida
>w Monhirtili Jrffmon
Mcrmtetcd to the gahl.iw.andthere placed in and the jnd e of MIC! court ,fliall appcmt a if the intended, applicati<'n. r-iritory of Floiula, t.eii litltd "An Act lo incerpo- D, County, ltuiii\iij in Jail.plOMMITTLD .
'chair thetefor who slull recem- like coinpencation riling IT "ILL attend the Circuit Courts ol the Mid.'Ie to the Leon County Jail, enVy
while the eipo w as adjr fintfirr tnntlttJ, That in all caMS rate the city of Kej XX'eV parsed llth of February.ISIs iF
ir4 Kick and lees as hate been or mat be Allotted bt i xx ticlrrks \ \ Circuit and of thy County of Columbia of the the 1Mb lust, a r.esnro man nained Cook,
le wa then launch into ternity.there thcdistritt aril I circuit courts ol the United where any of I sjidc* urtOuxt lurciolnrc apomt-| Eastern CircuitFlorida aboQt 75 years old He mt he belongs to

n verfor the ttolation tithe law of the Judge oct I tir max hereafter appoint an adniuu-trati icr ailministrau July 1'*. I'1. 32 2.uChailes MintictHo .\u .ist 1-2,1s"IS-" :5 LThornas Butler talk bad' English. The
Sri' .
In nd fmni
r jn ck and dead JOHN XX' DAIS, rs c>r haxe taken ur inij taV rui'cii:: )OU". owner is requested to come forward and lake him

Ihe IIou e of Represent at nesG ant executor or cxertilors fit any la-t will and te tainciit Cotton Gin.A awa) or be w ill be dealt with aerordme to law.
bf'ner of
icy confessions made hare not Spe.ker lime (tn-cu.me satH'ted that t the 12th Telnnaie, Comitue, Fontaine'sF
were we M. DALLAS and hall at any t I SIXTY SAW COTTON GIN and XX'IIIPf July 2. ic-p;. 1 J. W SHFKWOOD. Jailer.
mtiielt hard. but it has been mentioned that ,eecturity IH in-i'illicieiit bx rci.4'fl tf the removal crmxiltencv bios, fldmar'. Phra-"ti Suraaltz's trench Gram- NCXX -
ac k Vice President of the United Stale* of flie s'lrctiec in tin l,ond,or ant of them, I mar.LrViZaCa' firamm.ir Meadow Dictumrv. &c PER for Tile cheap. at the Auction Store of H"trchcr OEA BISCUIT for sale by

r'ffi>t d to one rear him,ju.t before hi, es- and President of the Setit.Ap'encct. l. bv reason of the penalty if the bond being too }'ir.iiletYi P A HVXRD. Cq, Tallahass J. R FOUTUNE.T .
: t1nn. *la': his 'onf. Ir.n nmM lie fnird) n ri r-rernt'et2ct. t'4 JAMEK roi.i. I ((tat' or from ; T thcr a i r.a''tor i i 'iall .ini 1 I

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"1 ) J_.. -. -. --t ..P"!iJ LeGAL KUIICcS.ot2rc. JvIerso.s <'I -nll Court. ot\:3T: ] W A iXJ".unmI AS01rT3Rtt or FORTHE REMOVAL SARSAPARILLA AND PERM
To NorxmcR ANEM-Cn
-- --- Banhard Loeb, ) HHIIE Jefendaat and all person 01.0r1 ARISING FROM x

:\ r.. \ i i iatre, '. are noti- subscriber, are now receiving a nne !i1. IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD .
GERARD VINGERHOETS, 'X c 'n:'-. after '!Jafe. i *bali ap!> to the HOP.Jjlf Charles Miller. ) SeJ o/ the fttiag of hereby the TIll ntcC CLOThS C.ISSWER.*. VEST. OR HABIT OF THE STEM .

(.Yrxt iGr South of the Union Ba* .) >- ; Probite
G.VES notice that be i. preparH T Jetne tj d plaad to th. same, it any the most fashionable manner ..J.,a large supply ol or frgi Evil :RhrmtCutanftm .tctI

supply his friend aDd th ;>u:> -c
lith: any "article of CABINE1 r !'HVITUR HARPLE S EVAN'2. Adir/r rral rp-tty..tnhte D..rtloCt .U..nd known [ Face Blotches Bi/e.. Ckr. tie SrfT ,

it K, made np in a ste n--t ,f y 22. [T>} 1"ai. 4'm as lots No three and four in the north addilioo to ii i II (made up by ourselves,)in the latest style consisting Harm #r TeSter Scald l/uJJ.EaJ (p R.J

.irM-sed by aa workmai in 1\1' .ta* \01 n the town of Monti,H\! and WM wvi to acwre the It I in part of Pam / 1** &*< and J..i., StW.6.ma

a4 at prices corre'.;>ondine w it it it IX rj<">!h'after i te, I -.i resent ti accostsj 'J\t'&t. I' "9 ;, l I.) and irittre.t.Me4ANTS t rR. %CISC'S WlEKERrfAKESthi.methd Frock Dress and Business CoaU : Syphilitic Symptom, Scio/w or LttwAt,. '

times. Bjreav..
tee, XVardM>,4. Chau". aiflvtr d* ciipt.'*atyle ( ..?aTfl'-!.! of R-chari G \Vell' rd. deceit to tbJrrjfr _1J"If' JT. 1M'f._ for Pit'tT. CabrirtuehsAiaae to the Cloaks and Overcoats Tweed Saxa Gotha "..ifci/e*#r Isrepry.Eryvnrt: or .l.fl-aj __

of Fornit-ire ma !e to order ..-r re'alr.at tf.ibwtest i1.;: rbe: J r":. r'Too.iK'!, J J ize i
noticeHe is a'*.> oremnrd to C'Ttr.t I.tbe .0. r-jit:j. a-l ro v* i.-r a dijirie a* ,:ich rx- In lilt Cirruir Totirl vf ibr Middle to Peck Ha MU"act&r in the rear ol which he Plain and Fancy Vest,. rpHE value of this preyantion k iKirivf-

boild-nz; Ilw->* a-vl uch other work s.,- "C J or A.d f .-tanlt'nAf\ ZIJuJ.a:1 atviot.d bt' .aid CJiruif .f r'outlat.IX mteod-i ta rar" on I he'bta r.- ol a CABINET I J. known and every day the field of hj *
Ceoerillv &yne bv J>oy*< can>en'er His price* I r "111.! "CtlARLES'SSIULEY.. HAMILTON (''Of.iTYI CIH. naY. MVKKR.UNDFJirAKKRa'KUTPHOLSTERERcMd.j Black: and figured Satin Suit Cashmere Yalencia. i* extending. It i is approved ard ki lly recent*

this deoirtmett w.1( be fjch 14 te irdace the d. ..- Mat 1"\ l-Ih. t>rn ISSIX Mirth '>Viiii.. n<. ) .U ,,.11 pr.pwrtj to execute any orders in either and Silk Velvet.FA ded by Physicians ard U admitted to'tilt "

nous .! b'i-Wit>5 i ie biHi eni; l-j>, "nil* the guilty ..,.. w. > B.il !tr D.v. rce.U ( the above branch ol hw bu-inHe *"<. NTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. powerful atd searching prevararita fKtt tlt *

of an vrtK'f, if it doi nt *r/>(' ., will at lea'Te7uiti'iv m 'itLs after due I .hill present my a c- U atn H. XViIliam > u }'rof ided with the beat r>: 2terial for the ALSO A VRBT LARGE A33OSTXEXT OF that ha* ever been ecploted ui .dieai incticlI
1r a"UIliZ t<. the *.11..f cti aof the rhe It u net local in its operation,ho
w' die HIecil9 ; d >> Jaiioby of article of Cabinet Furniture, gej
HII' a v-urbers to the Hoo. Jits' M <;1.- maiMifacture new EZIET.
I 1:1.)4: cf rhcifntUinint* SJ'etioc. that theirlendavt Ct>ttor. & Linen Shirts. I Cotton Nett. Merino through the whole It
the of T.lI.us'e.! Bureaus, Table. Bed-tead. system. RttF1Jfl.s.i,51f
1"Z" -Inl. Jjlzeof Pr Secretaries
"* a" tfJt.'h'C9"trl. ? i'e lor tJi: Ct-ur.t 01 ;.J-J :i.nd -j-h aa "
feejrtv thso' i..: is a .>- -r"'.te-it of the Sii. .f Florid Collars. Lambs-wool.! Canton s&noos elements in the bleed! and
and most perfect retUrc
the neatest L
i- w.l-retire hot! : pr* l..r. iir"iel l do.'h4rLirm tbe Adaaiiytr: ( a.r*, Jtc.. fcc.. ia a
tru'. .1. j. t-.f'H.1. Tu'! ih. *i'.l d ':>->Jin| 1'1I"-Jr i 1..1 1 1n Stocks and made Flannel and tone to the orzar.s which Centrals V
the patrwaje be h.. twret.rs Te.IVe. an tim of the e.t.te ot ..tchi.sicutb, Sr Utrsaid f. .:JI.. He wil altO rpr: &0) de.rriftion of furnituir tat f.cr'.u1'u
: "nfr cad b.llIt!.i', llsrne th Cravats, JeanaUridershirt.sar4ilove. and all external ch, n
toybor IDhll tie
tint' nt T io r ".*IT.* f zi < u ti *( ( enj'tht cO"Jr.ty. dwe, *d. TJ. fHQ i ira
; c* aSlei cr an I tav';,. u'.LL It" ,HBY '. r.REt.HL. : b* teen k: -.i'r--d ; Pfoytlf-i Thit J.. Hew aii1d rturn hi. grateful thank to th.citizen ( *. Drawers, ? d healing of the K.ret and pustules, u tlt"'

Fernr' 2Ii.. 2' 2 Q 'io. 1:11I'l 4-l. '., .. :.toj4aJfl; : bc UleJ. ot :tti. rlr,, In. n > 11"1W'P'{ f T"U.bl"f'r the l tl*>erU {mtr.iur he hii al- Hand'chief<, silk cam Half Hose, ti;o, and ether painful aSecticet of the na
.. i rioted I"'i tb.* CH :. threi brie *tc. Hats and Cap, fibre speed renval of the
------- -- :\': unoc i wr. kT &rod pectfuiy: s.licit acontiaoajvc a pain, a&d IB all

.L.1!:.:: 'J 4 !IX nth .'o..a:. .r.o::h. *1 ucoe-i%ei\ revlv. f their rl"Cf/'h..t.(av-s-s a, he pK- Suspender Root.*and Shoes, &.c.Eury a renewal ol strength keeping pace *itb: -
rri > afi -r d.te, I Ih' .h.H fH-nt Ira ac- Dated: .\:'r.l "ill! : i-J- of the disease from the
' ""Kfp.RIFalrr.ro who him their order b.th inruce rrqniiitc to a Grntlrman't Wird robe system If Mhuhly
if ,.. tco ill CUT give out
"jILL'\ h. eCj4t Jf.J .'* tei th U.in JIed.i" ol'r. r.I'uV.. a
M \:,\\'EL.L.111 practice in irt- .. MCRE.. JaUie.M. and quality of hi* "rk.I their establishment the concentrated form for cent enibility ..,AAd
ate .f f..t); < 'a-tt V a* l'LI"1s'r".r of 'Qtr.aei '. can be found at on most reasonable arid when par.a.
01JRIEJaibmlot' S. accord.
er!}$ The* wilt attend ''.e "nun"PoI .fiK. M-J ; tiritor..ti Jan.nr tu. P-I0. 2j Our stock ill b the t* to th ditetti
Th"t., .i1 a1.-: ..* fr !I.'" r ".1 dj ni''iorit'fyca true Ci the tninuti.H. term replenished by each bottle will: make six litres
die Di,Ti. af1'-r la. Jr'< i'-. quart i*
ia th* .\Jarhirola Di rirt. TBe uii" i Mi\ "'. i", a:, ''IL J.!.hII.I"t 1iv Director of the Vrina Lnnatic Aajlum. the saon, by new goods purchase by Mr. the various superior tedicinal ,
3n to
of Fl.ti.la.a I preparation beanne- the Ttl
Court cfAiv'sa1s I filE
Th' 9i,,Geo'pr* Th. S'i1Iiainabuwould inform th. public of the 1L.L1f."ht will remain North durinz the Bane
l ad Circjit Coirt of the Unit tuIc.- :> : BOOKS. I, proprietors Pie almost daily rP i'istfesiimcnf.?.,.
th ( We flatter ,
:'trJj' IX ninths aftr jr t. S.utbern Stat that b> a recent law of the Le w winter for that purpose onrselven. by the character
States at lU.ace.. S Ih.:ll r.rr-ent ny finalcc' :; W.'NU.tiM. M.rzxier.Med V-lot-the nx-st respectable festiftint to its I
.uit a-.d .uchtr. a-, Aihn'ai.trjtrr ct EMILY'.. Mrt.-f.-r. :lature.the} are empowered to receive ira ineriifient. such an arrangement and by selline EXCLUSIVELY value as an active and cnrativ toedicioe. Itttt

WM. If. RR'VKEVlROl.viT tiocfcr: .ll h we.AUGUSTUS Jo iah XVi.id.H..l>c- ,".-. nJ apr-1} to tLe Iloncrabl Hi>'ory of M r-irt- C.t -hnoleGeoiztaSc.nai --.. paving ..arJ. from other States. This i* the oldc FOR CASH we shall be enabled to sell cheaper The following interesticg case It prewate''

MAXXVELL J'tit-! Pr .!u'? "f M.iiy>ri C ll"> fur letter '-! a." Frt'\oI. i. IJI/Iour. Institution of the kind in the Uni..n having been than a*>'> other establishment in the city.1J he reader! invited to its careful perusal Ccta aM
.. '; tf f ,i-csf >n "* the .\. Ol1nl.! .t.\r cf *ai;.i (10111.. Xer1.uon} '" \"UD t.... .'inhorm: C'a'. '..' :-" by the Cohnba GoYt-rlm1t.t in 1">59 ; aid persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitee on such evidence i* U&r&f'C JUT :
."r.rill".I..t- for Sf/dth.-rner9t- to call and examine and judge t< r themselves.CLARK l .
\\'rI.LI.WOIlD.W.. AnthonV t[*, Botany .-, fr-.n its location.to..t adapted NrwAm. .V. J."March ISth.Htf.
'.f.1..n C4L.b.. 'h% ::H. 1"'L'1 ,tintbor.jae.t '< GreJt R>)ider :i.' removed from the pierfina eel of the North,and fc STILLMAN, Mews. A B. k D 4udf- fr Of 1'rr'Ht.ild
M. D. PAPY, I > zi the cnrvatinsbeat of the Vxith Its curative Monroe street next doer to Starr & Flasz this attacked ,/
I <:f"* Greek Grammar R.iofica! Reader. place,was with scrofula "hen
Not ic.-. j two
th ; of the Uizhent order nine out often XO\'f'C", I'r 1. 1M5. 15 tf fean
l\ :
: i* which
i ij-acitj old. reduced
soon her
: 'wV New York Ext ttitH. to a
.1 .u OIXta ntLsMtr" ht.the 'i i !'r..i rd.j will pre- tt.-first sit month cre skeleton
Prvtic 11 all the Court in the >Ii1-f:> *J .itth.- arcoant' anri r .fr.. to t!." Jttdz ".f N '. .a Pitt 'rl4. Bd.-.b.d, f.rI t"'e too.: ; ru sn- vrr. if received dul SPRING SUMMER GOODS. Tie diseaepervaded the whole I f 'ttCl. ud naaT
.,f the dl..ut' It eu'of aoci.. as *tetr.ers ,
ii .
W'LL fe f d itself
O.:e OT tLe tirt r! ..r of t.e Can- Pt..ba'.1 Leon CV-untv. a4 \ !mlni..tnor ..n the ubf-nbers are re Uf td to call fur tl.-eir remitnins o-od. ; in malignant sores on the r.eadbodv atd
it,,!. -Q'lth '1'r "rt f'rmd: o-c'IHtd b: tt.c. .-,.t v .1 Henr> T.: Co .:-Ur.d.iiii apI.t l for letttrs'fii O'JJI.N r*, top m' a wh *f n.'t. fM fr.m the Ar lurn. The i THE *> ')Cnl-en take pleasure in Inf"rlifthe limbs.; Different physicians in Newark BeileviiU r
-r'i treatment. '. '3 the nonreframttem, in of Ill4t.u-k"t' and the surrooridirt and New York
Secr 1arv of th<- Tcrntor;. I .tm.*s"n from tLe'ad.ia'e.wLLLtiM I Life of J hn We.t. tJ"hn XXliit-bea,I. admit prescribed for her a: 'ariow thaeT
I of claificatiuo
Noveiftb-r I *., I 4' 1" : c C.'tfPBELL.duo'r Mttrioiist Prot -ta'it Church DI4"iohp. 'J"chul op.rainn. The< .t.artmf'flh! coontr that they have jut received by the last are bit finally srate cp the case as perfect! hopel.'!
..4LireWiappinz R'\iullhm cf patient vcofdinz t(. their .tate of mind nvaU frtm New York a pleri! .Iid a,.rtrr.ert cf At last Mr. Oliver WM induced to try
Ju r. i-i- 47 Y"AIf
JOSEPH BaA-SCH. I. "B .HAlt I r.t-r. &c Tid alo a complete diviton fO f th. cU-.* of ociet} F hionable.. Fancy ar.d Staple Dry Goods. And rilla. and icccrdicr'.T I procured fcsr"waj Wt1-t.Sat-fl.

J. & I,. n It.\ \ C II. __ \oticf.t Jiat r.-<:'-'v. J *') i f :r sale hy The lire excellent!: aid the board1 per "evkX"e they will be constantly receiving from New York 'pirm ATTORNEYS .\NI J COUVsELLORS AT I. \w. 4 I X tn-'nb.!: aft a c"'I'n!. J'lj ''. 1-4-, I P. A"HAYX7AR!). \ have neat d-rooms;, a parlor twfully furnUhfd and New Orlti- (elected by the first houar in the yet with the no.t decided benefif. At'3ZO ptiOll.
: *Til p'if.er", aril xe J.lr.'i."n; i t'l the lIon twOtr.ca.a!
I : with I curtai'i.Cap't.a.ifa..centre-rable.ttc-mans.
above with the ar.d attention I became
fLOIlDl. place, zreatet care acqaajnted with lie
.I-It.IH.t. (1rt'tJ t
ron--*in w.'h tK.- <,.!h.-rn 1.lftIr...i- !i j'I ,J. iz.* ct 1r'.b.t.i <;"..iiei CII.tnU f,r l-t'er, ofjtoi.4. 1836. I !mirror, b.> 4 j', a piano : airy verandah for summer particularly for this market) all seasonable! goM. in the case. The ch.ld. who is now ared f,1i' W of

THEIR 4c Tr'nt t..'niinv ha. 111% itirrl} c-,. i. :j : a. l.Timi-tr -r r low for cash, at was one complete mass of disease, and lacatablt nn I.'i.i'tz J
'I. ih \InI \
= : c-avd, :late f .4 { "J'1h. \ lfJSKr."Ir..r. .. I rimSl carriage ffr arid eveninz ride :
eive th-s-r ";uti .n e da.I\i\ I : a morrtiiz their s'or in Tallahassee or Montirello any of her lin.bv Her
herrtT body
will I wa
\ rxcna
they j H. J. II \\< Adm'r. \ iri n'j. .1 .tiltitioi, of the ab-iv fQ
i u..1 with booV and
furn. -
iori- i a room newspaper L. A: H GREENBERG 4. CO. nearly twice it* natural l size: the'bead
their ,
prf" ,
tu I warra'iffd JimbslJlo.
.h ;. t-if. I' 'Ir.lIrd: b* l f .
They will arfcn 5 ,h- sirr.raCourt of the "*'... __ ___fo f 5r-'zzht t-j Ia marker K, r ale SvSTlRR. ao. ever <'( I ; and mor.' .r various mean* of annvment. March 21, IC1. V body were almost entirely cohered with iag '
tnl each of the Oj'irM f'ir th- MH: 21 l" Cirruit. j jMirchT. I -r II h'f'. LLOYD A Ch :>laia r<- ;Jd.t in the building and preache to She was unable! tor move. and would take fJq
I IX n'uith after -lit. I .h-tll i FL.AGG. tierifs SjShath Letter of inquiry shou'V d JEFFERSON COUNTY
: *rit final the
pre every of thine
1-f.; 22 tr.y MA Il- I any ,only to shriek from being i tooct'l
A a-c./fr.t .r.J v "J, t .r 'o tb. n!;.:. JIJ.lote ;,f Pr'- t 12I'or J.r -ct-d to Dr. JOHN M G \LT. Phjsician and Tax Collector's Sale. by her mother. The disease, at the ane tjme.w eft

.JOII II1sIINL'. I, S.,.- in a't-i for th' C"mif J.!. r-on. and ar' .I: ) Sale I Suyerir-terid of the EaMtrn A'>l 111m. Williams- virtue of authcrity rested in ne by law I I eqtaally, e ere inwardly attended with bW v IT .. -
A T LASS 'or diwi.irje A lnlftl.fntrtr of, the 3jph I A if \: OME CR\, "Irzirlia.ftthU.1'tF. BY *
(iulncy, Florida. I Mi-iraii/, late of and f""'i'.t*. 'ka.d.RIEkT I -. *- HI'ila.! with} t..p, uiuble for one .'r : ri-l c-nnal"w door in Monticello Jefferson County en the of the Sarsaparilla and before she had taken OIte tan bore

attenl the Ju-ticeV C"urt of G-.i) >.t.; C. WRST.Jerferv.r. I II-.r.., b.. First Monday in December nrxt. tie she could slip down from the chair acdatnacrD

WILL. \, the Circuit; C.,urt of MidiieF: ;',rAt, C'.iir.ty, May \*. 11'. 43 ''inotire. P. A. If.\YW.\RI. WILLIAM H. WARD the following propert or so nuch thereof as wi'l ** the roe n. She has n"w just ficuhed frtij

. an'1 the Co.Ji"n t I h* udjirei.t C.-itie of Gfrzia.November 1 \ I -T..:. ,tId--...-. Jr.ci'i.. !>4". 4, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, ray the tax due on said [ r'.pertv : the second hettle.and the sores are nearly! ail: !tei!,.*,

22, 1' (*>. b tf i-siX"! o-qloJe f'-r .h'o, I -hill ..,(...t to the Hon VihiuablsI'roprty for Sale.2i City of Washington, I). C. Wi.SE4.S3-5.T1.R 4,S! containing" ftl a'r4. the, linbs ipstored to their natural trW..h u caitt

c.Jti..1 "'If'I I! O J'i.z.f Pr-bite for .J.-rVr-'V f..' rty, my final ; r|'HK ,-1'1. iV-r. wh ""z to reroo\e to tle :I RESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend ESE4.Ss'5T1R4S& E, 7i-.l cheerful and is fast iciprcTine in health.Very .

I I.J ''I'I. a,1 "l.JI.r.rfrJI'tI.H.'ri, r'f J..rl-m. I of Claims before the -everalExecutive resleetfullw C. J
-v rc VOCOMMISSION : i '_ tl ; TTn! W' t- t'Rr'r' I T ".1.' tnt NMe pr->;- Lot No. .2.S23.T2.R".E" 115 yours WARNER
-. J ; I>r>-i.. I It'r .f ..I.t <" ,'H.,. d.et"-l : an-! -Sail then .,.\ k -,.'-\la..th.: Qi.acy Tan Yard.com- Department of the Government and 3, S 23. T 2. R1, N it E, 104 Sec of YoQtb'v State Tens. Sec.

MERCHANT I ayi'l* for I.-tters of di,Tii i..I""I ** '.'Jrhdmlni..tra- r'fI".rg. toe; bi.Id! .:-.ntttire'.tuolsbjri.! a'.d a5-'ut claim* wainM the United State* for Lands01 Money, 1S2.T2R l.N t F. 44.50 The frillowine! i* an extract frcza a letter recmej

!: ix"R 'ill \EJ. DREXV.Je Iia'o.. of tii- I.orrj .,-hrn.i.j ro th. ;umE' Ua :i 't the f Htlerr. -nt of Public Account, to claims be- 3Sl4T-2RN&I:. 14.5" from Mrs. Beran, who had been afflicted foe .'tnI l

': '. a. 'r"n' 1.-. I T-r#-.a Cou-.ty_ ,\r.rilll. !1' :.;. :t'. >'n-.* i iolire. the ljM-e i* a (<..0 !l'j'iiht'-r hr.'j'.? aWl i I'HI In., a i l tare Commissioner u'ld..r Indian or other Treaties 4i6.S-.T2R4.N4.E." 1.30" years with Scrofulous Ulcer,. Dsepe aia. &c.,aW

NEW.ORLEN. Li. BECEIV.! ', \ j jS fir.t rte ne"ro man. 1 g; j.it l tinner and furrier 11'I I|I to Pre-emption and other Land Claims, and to the I. 7T2R4N&E. '-a, recently with an affection of the Threat ard Chat:

"TILL a'umd t- w.yrU.( : ;, .. :X montL afterdate! I shall;: pr- *r.f to the Hon j.'h..rIri.. tlir.-e, "Ih"r 11'-Zri a'ld th. .'.wc 00to. : procuring,, of Laud Patent to Pension in the Army -4 .-), S 7, T 2, R I. N & Fa I,) II I BAU.KTKTRG. Va.. Dec. 13th, 1SU

(; i&J r"Ji\\IllJiXli. proti'tr4aii ; JliiC of Pr..blTe f. r JrtlT.'ti CdU'if. m> fi'ial 11 i iL .!" .c.mnrlsift! a'tlJut .;d.. .f hua- tUf..t.IJ"otr i a'idIt' ', r>r buine.. cc.nnect-d therewith, to the .4,4z5 30T2R4N&E, Iii I >I- *rs. A. B. i. D. Sands:Before I ec=Ctd

.j 'Jlat.h. : aeCol'tt ini v'.o-i.er. a. F.\'lt'.r f.( Tbrotrue I.o.i..I..f | arll'i sole li-at ber. tn-.i her with j"/> pair tiieri'- i obtaining f>f Patents f..r scientific or useful Inventions a'a I.S3'.T-2R1N&E. !3" i( mine your Sar.a'ar-illa my suferiDes were a1mt.t

S..em..r *. 1..1:. l'i; \\'. "11t .1).1.1'... "'attri. a-III..tJall then | .n.n. i'!d 1 Ii>W pair ue;"-,.-.!'_. ,-a'i !tj t'ilditt. the and to all other busings of a public nature re 1S31T2.R-t.N&E, '0"I. pas expression; my thnat was completely ular.

Dr.J.VO.c; ( JAMBLK Jr.. -I afp': i'r Ittet- h'fiI.i..n .. 'Irh F. f'"t1fl.r. pr -nii-e*. I \ ill a'o .II!) three road 'wjzsin f..n I fjuirinsc an Agent.Cliimsruain 4S3hT2.R1N&E, i-J |1 ated I had a dreadful cough, and there were frequently

BENJAMIN )\ \f\G. czra1I. and eirht 1e..d c-f mIJk.. ThIll I'rftp.'rlI. *! in'livid'Jjl promptly attended to, 3, SSI.T2, R I, N & F. 111.50 I weeks together that I could not speak abcrt .

OFFERS hi, Pr.f-"sjonil Services to the c.'.7e:1" j Jei.nC'itvMirch7.t-F.. ; "i3 Ctn j pr.ved in the hand ol tlie; s'iW rib"-r lor the U-t tilri 1 irivestizated. a,. A' a-a 31.T2.R..F., .j" |I a lisper ; arid besides the information tram It! .

-. ** and Itt vnitity.Nor. j ten years a |.rod'ir.ive one, and l I.r tafitiHea; for bun |I Information given free of charie.11. letters to a'a 5. S31.T2. R4. N & E. $0on throat extecded to my head, to that rsy heinrtwwvery J

2". Pfl -F tf \olir1.L "! .- -- -- --- IX rc-.rtth aft- 1.'.. I hl\! ., .
--I r final
r ree mv ic1 a short tin.e health
in the REFERENCES : >ggetf and Rou-e said lands entered my improved and DT throat it '
any nuaton -ate My own paper will Le : were by
1:] C'2.J] B) I A .I.Jt .,.1 ".)'J.h..r.1.flrnlllitnrof 't' '4r.- i [ now well ; I am as free from rough and tihfnesi
a taken in paye.erit for any of the above.Per lion. A. S. X\"HITE. S. Senate. Chir'esXX'illiairisGn,and purporting to belong tr him.S e!
ATTORXEVND COUNSELLOR AT L KtV.Ja J .1 1 it'.. ff t.1.\ i'ld t'I.''. t'/ the Hon J'I<:- (1ircb'Ltt. i I >n* iud'la'a.ltih.r l b, note I>T account aroearnestly 'a F.: A lIAa'dFG'N. XV lot Sec C. TlR1S&containjrl57 I j I the chest as ever I was, and can hear quite distinctly.!

.per. Hamilton County, Florida.NoreinVr tlf J..f.r..n r.II'..,. f. r I..ro "f oi"rnl."I'.n I r"'ju.I..d to cotr.e ;fiTwari aa
22, 1 1"a*,. 1 1. :1" Ih'1 lIli..rra'fr', I ALEX\NDER! I m-diate! paME-nt, farther ithluUenee will not be isre'SrrLE. ".."I acre. entered Thomas: XVrizbtjoin I 16th cu'r. of which has been effected entirely by U* tie

COTT. | eiv.n. %V. II! )1' IILL.-\\! .4 T). R. ATCHIVJS.to Section and aid belong to the estate of Dade. of your Sarsaparilla.
L.tV NOT J'--r4r. ('o-.U .\ 'fl1 :.. 1-i. II, ,
I m I Ojiinev, .\":* %, ISII. 3 4* C. ASHI.Y, The above lands to be sold to pay the County taxes Your friend. LOUISA R. BEVAN.For .

cw"J'J" .\...ni..h.lralfr.olirf'. 44 J. J. HAHM.V! of Illinois. for 111 arid 1511, and the State and County taxes j' further particulars and conclusive erideocc of
oJIV w ----d month .fti f ditI hall aply to the Hnn. 44 S. A. DOVCSLA4i for IS 15. j I its superior valpe and effCKY,. pamphlets,wLtii
SIX I per on inJ.-M.-d to the estate Abraham
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L 'SW, I Ju If* >,( Pr- Si'* rf I>.'1 Ci' ty f/r l-tt r. 44 IVILI.iGREP'(, of Kentucky. Also the following, to pay the State and County :i may be obtained of Azent prat is.
lpceal l late
d Jefferson
(lulucy, Florida.7ILL -.1 di.rii".in <*t lli- .f tp ot Charl: .\- NeUon fc. f.h6to county are .. JOHN Prrnitof In.liaa. taxes for 1543. viz : Prepared and told by A. B. 4. D. SANDS.rg. .
rby make the .nbserit.wr
svral Courts f Mid.lFio- late of sail Conntv. & .&. pa'mf'n! to : 44 S. C. 44 Lot No. in fractional gists. li w Fulton street, corner of William N. Y. '
\ \ attend tn'- : *?**- and all! tho havin will -'IoCPLJ, Sec 31. T 2, R ". N i E, ,
\ T ri la. aid ot Decatur County, Grzia.Jiniar I JUlrPE TIJF.L.OT. I '4 C. B. SMITH 44 entered MaVoIn Gikhrist.and contain *)acres, SoldakobyLEU'ISiAMES.Tallahawee.SMnH
-'rit hem. d'llv attested Ithin the cried
lr tmi -
3.1-10. '4Tints. Surni:..c A.lrriinistrafr.r. > l It law ,: pre 44 J.'IIIr.HT., ar.d join Dr. Jerminy's plantation.A .t CATLIN;Pen.acolaF. B. WHITI G.St.f&rb.
for Uli-tn'nt
t Mitch '.. j of \IIi uri. the and b> Druazists generally thrcughout the Caitti
I. !14(- T ;c J. fl BOWLI + following in the town of Monticello:
.I(.ff". Heir BAILEY, 41 J. :M HE-CUES '4 Ncs. 16 1l"lar.d.3ownernot known. Statw.
\\ \olire.SIX A.-im'r. >lr bonis non v ith the will aineed.Auiuzt Price. ?1 bottle. Six
1.\ bottles:
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT j '4 hENRY DOPT.E. of XX'inconsin.A SMITH SnIKJS.r.i' per for 65.O .
m'J lt". after ,!ht t'.*- unil.-r;igried, Adrrjifii- 15. Isi., j 2m
\T.JL 'lrJtm'Je to orartio- the Superior and rrilj'. I-V 3" and ex officio Tax Col. Jeff. Co. ( The public are respectfully requested to recieirber .
?- f JerHliah B -
> -r.tlev l ie'1 ,
f \ V V'ourttj Co-irtof .hffr-ti C./jnty, and( ,n ,itS I." JVoticeTS J'J1t' r. 14' 4fi f-in that it is Sand Sarsaparilla that has beta
ipf-rior; C.Mirt.of the Mi H'.e />i.tri-t,and thC 11'1.1 J.frr'ot, i.I.11 f.n--ftt their a<-""'I'It. and J hereby given, to all p .rv>n* interested that I Dr. Ivul1'rulmonarynalatn.Fur and i is constantly achieving i such remarkable cures ef
'owh.-r. to th.- .fu-lz: .,f f'r',!S-.te .f .&ld Co intv, CO"I ', CoM, .Itttimi'. Croup, Bronthitut, '
: the
tv ,.f Col'itrtHain i the Eastern If'tri.i. I will on the 1st Hy of Otiib fI.t. apply! to the Mate Tax-Collector'* Sale. most diticu class of disease, to which th Ii-
Re'.Kl ice at M'.TiMlo J-fT.-rou C"" nty. Au; : 1A ac 'I.r a di.-hsre fro.m ..I'! ah'li"i..lral? ,. Hoi Jane. M Gilrh'ri-t, Judzewf Probate for the Whooping-Cough Injlvnza. Hnaritnfft, BY virtue of the power *e-ffd in me b> law 1 shall I man frame is subject : therefore ask for Sand Siraparilla. -
in tSP rh't.
iiessintnited with him will l be promptly .:t.-.t- I j'iistiriiiit: : -. ) .\din,r<. J. I Cr.untv of G"d'-. for sile. before the Court House door, in I and take no other.
'". j Blovtl, Consumption, Itiffieultyof
S \ of
d UEVTLEY !niric'ipafivwill of Oliver Little: d"*.-!. late of he city of 1 lallahaao. county rf l.ei.n. July 2.-. ijuto. 1 ij
r..-int M 2 1'jr.. Prrathing, Iff &re.THIS I _
19.hrcb't.l"lI. 2 !! .a > j> 41 r.iaIV !
*1 I Gadvln Countv' ; alo: fur letters I"-,'; entar> on : article baa loig been held in high c tima- On the 2d MfmfJau in Ffbrtiaru next. .I..tlt H""f j.d.I .
-- -- --
Jotlf'( I said '''aTf' A. ALLISON.=. I for vhscure of di;. ia*. of the breast and the following property tr so much thereof as will COPIES ANTHOVS
1 li1 n VIRGIL
\ew York
lily-No. Broadway. I S IT'. h. ffi-r dl''fo. I .t.all.:: jirent' to the. _Q'li"ry. Airnt J. I"t1- 2 2m !'inz. a td !" "Pi-red to the public a* a remedy destrvir.sa pay the Staff Tax due on the same for the vtar 14,1: I 6 .z. Cooper's .
:: h'i'i * JAMES J. BIRGE "ruj1jb] trial S, all who ae tutu atTJiftM.INrt'r Wj.N SV4S1.T2.R2NandE.adjoinjr.zlands C Masonic Chart
Cj'tti'of J rfr o'i, rnv tin ii at -.iint ;and vourh'rh t1lDJ8]
to Col.! R. W. XVilliaras
tx-long.r.5 "
each bottle of owner not 6
I liar 'l.recti'ns I.er'.r Levizac's French
:rn fIjELLl!= iic: if. I" \mni"'ra'tH' ..f 'et'iacjo.I ',..t..r..di-pa-o.Iaii4 i AT NEXVPuUT.THE accompany knc-wn Graz=: ar.
I I \ < '.".' Pike :/i rpnt Life arid Speeches.
the :1'I'et.rl'! between the ('!T\o I o, .i;! tTi*>n ',nPi!!".' for If't.-r* '.f rfi'm!*e hr.\..... tl.e eri'jin! sea- S-.M: in Tallaha.- Fl rida. bvLEXVIS The E 1. N F. 4 and S E 4. S 2-5; N XV 4. N F. 4. Pocket Dictionaries for sale bv

H.ta'"n and FRANKLIN HOUSE. wr..rel..- I Adiniii; rn".r.'JJ.I.f. S M W GOODMAN". I with ..pQr nn.lrninin; <*litni, XX'are Hon** & AMES, Df"Jtist4. < 3'T3R2.NanEE4SE4S29V4ofV June 27.110. 4? P. .-. HAYWARD

,.il11. p on hard a choice selection ,.f r'RKNC'H: I'' -JT"r"'J- :- --C--fintv--,-M > {<, 1 l--:. 42 'TI--- and Cotton ;he*! Room for th** aV>'e bu.inf** in ali; I f.r'.r' 1'. !ISI'". ,O % i. S 3), T 3. R 3, N and E-, situated near Man-

AND! F1VGLISH CLOTH*, CASSIMERS I VK:"TINGS : (.t s.QTX .'.': I its branches, and earntly .licits a hare of puhli! ninzton purporting to belong to Lewis Conner and Furniture for Salr.
a wa, .arrrmrk..n..II
4wC lie ww-iH resiiectlully solicit a co itinueace rr* ti1i after date I "hall {.ly to the lIon. I' patronage ( Snphiu' the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company. "J Fashionable Sofa,

of the patro *ie of his Florida friends, b. iiciazh -- I J Julie! .if l'r.tte fur J'-ff--r- ('' '\ for h.u..n All bu-tine confided to his r..reill receive hi* and J.COUNSELLORS\VnyIee Itak"T. S 17, T I. R 1. N and E..except the E JSE'4cfi I 1 1 Bureau with a glass! on the tcp

will beenibl to gi.e i them the most "-:ttr. of di..mi.iooImi'li..tn"r of Mar:, Savacc, late clo e T>. "!al attention ; a'.i. from long tiptrimrr I ATTORNEYS AND in the AT LAXV.HAX'E said section: al;, E J, N XV 4. S 17, T 2, R 1NandVE1NW4ST2R1NandW.ownernot 1 Handsome veneered curl maple :.Hjr )d with
I firmed nuln..hhlp practice of
ion.Ai'ri1'i'ii. : cf fai.1 CouIatb. d'-u-'d. in f hi. IJI.in..lle flitter himself competent to give a !I casters
and will .\ith..i ir oint attention to bu-
; | 1 Dozen
fashionable! Chairs.
37 (;r.onra: JONES 'pfleral! satisfaction i I kno\\ I,
--CLOTIII.\I CI.OTlfi\f --- ...,f.'t'.o-t r .1J'lt 'rril't.; 1"1':. ai, i"ra I If. will further be trppuf-f lit funn,h Rope, Ragging sine'. ,'.nfill.-d'It heir care in ,I.e1..1 11.! Circuit The E J of N W4nfSoinTlR 1. N and XV. i I Apply to J. R. FORTUNE
aid thViriti if Jackson anSI Franklin of tlieXXVMern }
,1- ----- in ** June .
.1 _.rtrn lt of SI'RIN! '; :nd SUMMER ---'Ou.:... : alt. Iron and sich r.ther leading Plantitio' Cirrmt. S\MI'EL B. STEPHEN* will cr>rilinue &o acre. near Lake Jackson, purporting ta belong- to fi. 154') 4.5COTTON
ALARGEa C I fX rnoT'i after the! i Imin- ; 'iprilie" :s are zen.-rally advanced on at the I Charles XX"ilhamnn.
(: : AI.'. f/'JT:, SHOES HATS, I.tp. r'1rt.ne.L A croj I t--re-idp at Q'iinc; "*'''F.L XX CRM'rll I
:4. kc., j'Jst received arid for sale b\ i">ni'.r of John *>h.w, cl*-- -a.-i J, late of Leon I opening of the aeasrn. alll l J. \"YLt'* BAKER at Tallahasaee. One of the Also, the following t\WIa1(1t, : Part "f lot No. 174 GINS.

L. 4i H. GREENBERG & f(b. Cod'.tv Aiii! |ire- rit hi ti"ltl l acro'i-if :ami vouchers Rut,, of. !Storage( a' n"'ial al this pla-e. firm will "f'tIi a of hi* time at \palachicola in then.-.rfh addition to the of city Tallahassee, also T HE uadrwurned still continues the manufacture

March 21 1-,J" rj I '', the:II"ru'ra..I.- Jndz! of Pr-Site for I, ef inty, : GEORGE: MILLER. ana will attend" to part an.> communication directed to lot No. 7' in the south half of the count quarter of of the ROLLER GIN for cleaning Sea IsltrdCptten.

and a-k fot a d.cdl'lr.e (torn *:i'1 <'!:nij it rationLKVI 1 Newport, July 2S, I'l'V 1 ._ that i.la. ... said citv.. and has lately made improvements Which
J:. fltItNAILIJr., : A. A. FISHER. make his Gins superirr to any heretofore used.Prices .-
TNFORMS hi fncn.l! and the public XVOOURUKF'S IMLLS SIMILAR IN THEIR EFFECT I"fr.I"t*'. IOU,. 22
moderate refer
Leon r.'tly. Mn 1'i I. I"'I: .a.ir.J; I Shff. and ex-offitio Tax-CuI.! L. C. and orders prc'mptly filled. I
> L that lie has taken the *f r.re on tl..- t'I.r.1 -- --- -- TO ( S hOME.. ApalnelilenlaLniad Compnny.A Autu.t S l't". 3 6m to Gen J. P. Duval Tallahassee where one cf B7

net of Monroe awl Two Hun-in-d! } N 0 tlrf-I I 1)R.'OOmUTFO..n Sr : I have made use oI ( LL '.er.- .n" are hereby warned l not t" tre pa.s, Doube Gins with all the late iroproveEeuts with

Ii street nearly opposite the Court H..,*.. Sf f X in ..ntji! aft r1 *te, I hall present my account i I \rnir anti-billiot; Pill. af\ nor to make use of or commit waste in an* nnlavtful I VJr .f.I; : raj patent side Boxes can be seen.

wrier? may b* f''I',, a general 1 a"s irtnvrtgenuine I and. v(.,-'ier* tit 'h i-lje of Prn'. I. for (ia
4)1 IJIU11 MF.WCIXES.1 E,e.y attention ,1..tI ( ...JI"" ian.1 :.. f r a final 4..ehirge from Ih. I ,. rlima'e : and having watched their mop- Land Company which have not been regularly dispo DEALEUS IXDrue Mary's, Ga July 3. 1?... 2

paid to order of Phys.irian; and Planter. r,n the cfafe <..f.m.. Gillilati'l d... I *ran>li carefully ansi elo ely I can say that I have : of by us. or our competent agent or agent *. Medicine. Paint, Oil*,

All articles warranted zood qu.ility loir for COAl ARCHIBLD SMITH Jr.. ;.Vhn'r.Qiinry found them, to be similar in their ojieration to that heretofore, a* the rx-naltv., of the law will b- strictly Toilet Arlirlfs.% Perfumery if. Window Glass The :Mother's Friend

He ha. list received a supply of SHERMAN'SWORM. Ju'y I II I. I" !lro.N !. I Hercnlean remedi. Calomel : without however the enforced airaint all offender. OR FEMALE INDIAN RESTORATIVE.A f

COUGH( CAMPHOR and CATHAP.TICLOZENGES. : otlc.-. ''Wetfriou effect fre jnentlv ari.ir.g from the use of Application tOSS be made fHr purcha.e., leases orolb"r" PAIMTERS BRC!Hr. AND COLOR, .

raliuMe article., and the most ajrrei- tjJIX month after date I hall apf'ly; to th<> lion that article. J. BARROXV :M. D. i.., f..r the undistx' of portions or tract Apothecaries' Glass Ware, Ac.HE TALCABLr E1SCOVEKT.TEMALES

able form of adminuteriir medicines.SHERMAN'S J Jud..- of Prolia' of Leun County, for ,lMrr.i Baker county, Ga April 02, 1 1"13. of 'ajil l 1and.l l h in r and twine in the counties of "' above constantly on hand,and for sale at the expecting shortly to become mofbC ,:'

POOIi MAN'S PLASTER*, tl... .i ion a< \!
cheapest and Sent plaster ever offered to the itiMiclor L'ikv It're..1,1.1 CHAS. S. SIBLEY. From Rrv. Thnmns J Hand. .Xf D. the" Forbes Purl'h.p"lo our, duly authorize] azent. bled with premature pains, cramps. restleWDesf

.. Rheumatism in.in the n.c1c. Side and XXVaknAl'o t J.ilv I 11.1"1'.1 I I 1 f.m- Thi. \i. to '-irtify that I have b'en in the habit of Mr. JAME E. BETT\rR. in the vicinity of Quincy. XX'e hae received by late arrival large additional night nausea at thestc.rnacher nmou iiritaWitJ ;

.c -- --- --- r rescrihiii in mv r.rrtie.for the la-if two yearor.. JOSEPH DEL \FIELD I supplies of Drugs,JfeJietnesanJ ('hrmitaJtwhich ills aLan valuable lopiertnt abortionandprefft

DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN.or ALL- I Iiiiporlnnt to Sea 11 m
HEALING BALSAM,an invaluable! art irle for fC ">!
)i li*. .Athma fl. 4i3.! at the Lmz. Convinp- The last improvtmrnis on 5ra Island Cotton Gins. them in ,practice, and from what I have heard from January 10, 15311. the State. All of which te offer at the lowest cash August 22, IS-PS. 5 3m

lion and it* kindrM di* ,'rMlKfiiWriber .-. 'ecrfii1lv. inform the Planter Notice. pi The PHI
r rflecf of Dr. Wood ruff's
certificates from in hitch utan-Hnir them the -
recommending to p'iMio
person I__ <,f S.-a 'fitlanJ Cotton that they have on hand {I as a Jlpt'rinrnti. nndersizneil, duly authorized agent of the July 21"45. 1 LEWIS & AMES.A SCARLET
vectin! it* valuable eT( ,?ct can lie (ha>! trti. b> ap- Rillioii r..ml'narti"llbrh). adanteil tn the diea e* THE -- IN FEVER.
FORTY DOIM'.LK AND SINGLE( "llORSR GIN( *<. ,!' of he Apalachicola Land Company
p/ying ai above.Tai1aha4ee. of Ihi rlimjte. I rin r"Tomn-nl! "..m a* a afe Fair I'ropooltion. pills is to certify 4at I have made use of PrXX'oodrnff' -
Th -w; (Jins are known to be the m' -t j. rf-ct Roller i* preptueil to ell or rent such portions and tract
Javiarv II). I*wp.. Y If and efficient me --- Gin. now M,?<1 The imorivem* mtl'on the' of land within the Forbes rnrchase. a* have not been \toney refuniltd in eatet tr-here they fail to gice Pills mj
---I-r 'iIlI;'. I'oUlrGin! ir. r"Tr.',in"-ct l in tlip. (;'uii. The subtcriWis tlv, mnrh irierinr to Mereurv.Columbn rejularlv di-ipo ed of by aid Land ("ompany. Per- iati fa t on.' the last three years. and find them a most excellent
WELL: selecte-l! Minrellatief Library f.f the *. N'-vember I loll. family mtdicinX I have had cases cf Scarlatina
hUlnf \\tff\ rmlt..t..l l viitli Mr. Iuolittlt! sinai interview mar be hail with the uKcriber ator thirty
A most approved English edition i.f *t*'-Kri! F,.r .1. hv LEXVISME r.irf all the Gin in thit uMihm'-nt laSt .i"3 ..n. in th. neighborhood of Quincy. or letters may be TrJ-Pro\'e. before yon Condemn. year
of aV! thoti. .,l vlit- Auiri.at: 2?, loIf;. 5 :1m one with XX'oodrufl's and warm teas-
works. con i tinc ut one :ai The hare further improved their Gn, 'ml, for vetxritv directed! to him. through the Post Office*. at that Djr. Pills some

For particulars, apply to 3'1.1 l ociit, : t .r"IU.'I"I.ill.' | H.*-,. cannot !I. &urf.aie.l. receiied per Bri! fm..hnp.t'l\ dozen No. place and Tallaha'-soe. Please call on the .1 rnll and examine the testimonial The medicine acts pleasant! ard eftcicntlj.anai

JOS r. BYTHEXVOOI( Tin1 l 1.1<- impr. veinfnt. uke tSem! doubly. ..lgi 1 Pen*. aith.ilvr ca-e and pencil; Coral tiMES E. BFTTNF.R, ..Igrntiflhr of cititN.Jf your Own State in regard to deserving of a place in every. family.

January 10, IS 11. 2* Ocilla. Jefferon C-"i'.ty.-.e- I i.cure from !iraW2
STARR I.IOI- )k --\iiG--- I ar" afoll"-A : D-xi'jV Gin., 75; Single h "?1.1"1r.II! P. A. H\YXVRD.XVOODRUFPS January in, |'. |111. 05 tvSHEETINGS. forget the comiitions. If the Pill*fail to Russell county Ala., Dec. 20.1* 43.

now receiving per Brit fmdme from NV\% Gin, QIt| ; I D''lhl l Gin. with all lite improvement -- ---- --- --- fire satisfaction, ichen used affording to the dirtetiont For sale by" LEWIS t MES. Tallahassee.

ARE and Schooner Home from New Orl 'art*. 1 d): Sia I le, ditto, 53. F.xtra P >T>>* and Bnishc, PILLS ..tiSSN. ANTIBILLIOUSREMEDY. : W be certain to return them and gel your manrif August 22, Kl*. 5 3d

Rio Laguira aol Java Coffee, loaf and cru>l.<-.l Sugar furnished low. VANCE &, IIIJRNS.St. Shiitincs. Osnabnrg. and a large bark, as prvprietordoes not leant tome thing
M. SV001)RITEF'-Ie.ar Sir: In rezar.i your of Sta1'l.and Fancy Drv r"I"l PROSPECTUS
XVine ra"tiy.l-1ollr, and complete at.rtrcr.tIron Mar'Gi.RFWPa'eI DR. for nothing.
of Steel Nail. .c. : 1'111..1, I ran; sic th.it I sun "f'rnH'lI pleased I Bf fs. Shoe*. Hats. .tc.. "(., suitable for I the Spring F. r publishing in thetttirn .Yarport, a tcmr***'
I with th'-t.-i : I f' msiiler them to be anti-billions ami! for aalo WOODRUFF'S .ANTI-BILLIOUS. PILLS;
February 21.1S 1C. 31p C,1.} J. 11. M'ntn-h! and H. H. Sillier St. John's, trade chap bySTARR DR. 25 cents Box. Valuable ( Billions cia nncpaptr to be called,
where a cathartic i i. needed the will answer per or
-- everyI LLOYD & FLAGG.
kivt-r Fla. : G-ori I.. Brown -i..wn3lcillO. Fla. ; and Fever and THE KE'W'PORT CSAZETTE.incipal .
rl..r and Clurrt. Congestive Fever Ague Indigestion
purpose. think they are equal or superior to any .\I'rill.1 IMiV S'> ,
CASKS LONDON PORTER. .\ S. .\ki"t. VilU) -nzarand ArofCjm! To pills now in use. I ,ld a box the other day to a gentleman or Dyspepsia, Cholic. Headache, and all other diseases -
4.1 30 doz. Claret ;jut receive'l in-I! for -ale !f.v (;*. .tiugli't ". I'.H. 32m2m laboring under billio."mpl-'m1l.and l they relieved LAW NOTICE. resulting from Billion dcrsnerment. '] 'IIE object of th* Newport Gazettewul

STARR LLOYD & .'I.. rG.Arri1l ---- -- --- him si soon that concluded 1 they must have THE nnderigne have united in the practice of ALSO. DR. XVOODRUFPSFEVER AND AGUE A. be. to furnish a correct account of the CeaotT'cial
Jn-t U".Iby.l.. 1C. ..or....-. They will attend the several Courts o' bu ine- transactions of the Port and District ol
1S46 3! Calomi-l in t-rn.! I can safely recommend Ih..m.and AND ANTI.FEVER PILLS: particularly valuablefor s
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Take \otlce.AN At the 1'l.unix Juil.linjJIIr \big Emeline from think they will be very saleable here in the courseof Law and Equity: in the Middle Circuit of Florida Fever and Acne and Congestive Fever one box St. Marks, the outlet and inlet of the Middle District
New York and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the of Florida and of the lower counties of G o*>
another A. B. M. D. heinz generally sufficient for two ,. ,
extra price will be paid for Hides ktrtttliefl! year. MOORE commom case
Java CoffV-e Fresh MaJiea! Rain
XX'estern Circuit. Also the District Court of theUnited In order do the has been
after the Indian fashion. by P. S. Send me two or three dozen boxes.Tu For further'particulars, see pamphlets at the A- gia. to so, undersigned
t pegs 'thf"Il'.1lmQnd", Butter and Soda Cracker. Stat to be held af Tallaha and the this TowaA -
ee, Supreme M. promised the of all the Merchants of
1S45. 42 M L. BAKFR. kezee. September 13 I 111. gents. WOODRUFF M. D.
May 10. Crushed' Su
Ship Hincuit u. d.urt of thr, State of Florida. Price Current will be under the"superintendance.
For sale by LEWIS & AMES Tallahassee.Auzust22 Also DR. XX'OODRUFPS DYSENTERY CORDIAL weekly prepared
e_ for Hale. Olive Oil, Brandy Cherriec. THOMAS RANDALL and Export**
A List of
lO1. 5 3m a and certain for Bowel
MARE that works well in I & Ra" >. Sn'lp". S4ip. fin. Northern Flour popular remedy .
0Hor" >tn. j -- THOMAS H. IIAGVER Complaint.Also taken from the Custom House returns, will be gwe0.
) '.. and rides tolerably well. Very superior cli. "wiiiC, T rJ .tr3IEI: IIS. DR. WOODRUFF'S WORM SPECIFIC.A account
,bODe large Dray.Wagon or Press HORSF, pluZO- Mav2-1, I..'.. *' subscriber having purchased the concern, of Tallahassee February 21, I"-H. 31 fresh supply of the above valuable Medicine and Domestic, will be collected and '"-

. for sale low. WOODRUFF'S PILLS AS A FAMILY MED THE E B. Clark would respectfully inform the Lenlher. jut received and for sale by Lewis Jt Ame*. Drugei politics, the paper will strictly s-utrlTi0g

f. ALSO, one SULKY and HARNESS, very che pJ ICINE. public and his friends that he is prepared to do all BAND, Harness. Upper and Sole Leather Oak ei *, Tallahassee; also by R. Manning P. M..Man.ninzton. merely an abstract of things as they occur- TB

R. FORTUNT.Tallaha Fr nt Profrtfor' Ifilf.DR kind. .f COACH WORK in the best manner with for sale by M. L. BAKER. Leon county ; J: B. Beard, P. M., Micco- news of the week will be briefly extracted from uferchanges.

} ee. July 1 q. 1S I';. 52 M. WOODRUFF' : Dear Sir : I feel! it a dutyI a* much despatch and on aa reasonable terms as any June. 1S4A1. 4rt t tf sookie i Leon county; S. F. Barney. Miccosookie ; A small space will be devoted to ApJ*

i uurlnl mid nope.J owe to the afflicted to siay something relation shop in the country. Don't fear high prices nor bad LAW N OTU:f.. Samuel Puleton Drucgisf, Monticello; John G. culture and Light Reading. The proprietor promises "

J PIECES KENTUCKY BAGGING, to your invaluable Componi.d; Life PiI1.. So work. Come and judge for yourselves.II. Gunn, Merchant Quincy ; Zahud Fletcher P. M., bnt little, beside a correct account of the Can

j 300 100 Coils do. Rope, e
I For sale 1>Tj nmM'I"lf1. that I unhesitatingly nay. no family that B. Mr. F. PAYNE, Coach Smith and Spring WILL resume YARD. the practice of Law Orricr ur den county ; D. Baker P.:M.:. Chattahoochie and her will be issued on or about the Kth Sept n **J-*'

I j JNO. DENHAM.i. can conveniently obtain them should l I.e without Maker. has hi, shop in connection with the subscriber August 22, H4G. 5 3m TERMS-Two dollars a year, invariably in

f.| .(. July 11 .lS4fi. 51 3m them. as they are all the proprietor "vs they are and does all the smith work for the concern ; April 2.3, 19..6. 40 ranee. An order to charge the amount of snrcrP->.

For Sale.f I J. M. HILL M D. and he is FO well known as a workman that nothingmore Florida Supreme Court Reports.TUST Laws of Florida. ion to any Merchant in town, will be taken acw

I f and Russell Ala. October 21. 1 A 13. need he that and ( salt at this Office A FEW copies Pamphlet Law of Florida late if accepted.
f set of 12 foot Gin Se2'menls. one extra dounty, said but you can have all and any published or or hv
1 I t ONE by I For sale by LEXVfS! & .\MES, TalUhaAugust *--,.. work done in the bet manner .1 P. A. HAYXVARD. 1'1. Session for sale bv JAS. B. CARLISLE. Publish"Newport. -

: <. 'It Au;att %, 1SIG.; .f' R. r nTi .vr. 22, IS JO. '. ':'n Aiismf t I I. I 1"4''i.; .' Mar .1, isis 42 March 21. lilfi. P A HAYXVARD. A'lg.nt 1Mb. 115f

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