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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: January 23, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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TREATIES. ADMISSION OF IOWA INTO THE U 'OY.

CO.CJ.tID JAJfl1Aar 21, 1845..By THWFLti1il1fAN'S. Mr. WESTCOTT said when this bill of last
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-. tkt Preiident of the United Slate c-f America sloe the reptiD Iowa WM u 4er confidential befote
on Territories, his attention ..it.
A PROCLAMATION.CONTENTION traded to this Ibjed;- he .then convinced
WITH BAVARIA FOR THE ABOLITION that the cnurae o the people of Iowa should be *c-

OF THE DROIT D'AUBAINE AND quinccd ia by CoJe. A am prO t. :
that in
EMIGRATION. th Ct that -
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TAXES with Sl. D abmte
respect to the fi
Whereas, ft convention between the United Statriof -- land ivcn to tbt State.Into ur 0
and his Majesty the King of Bavaria I BY S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATURDAY S.; by of 184 ..
America was JANUARY for Mlernal
Concluded and signed at Berlin by their respective 23, 1847. VOL. XVIII..-NO. 27. 1 .t Qtion foe tmffovementt.-bjr the in the but former not ce-rat. .

plenipotentiaries on the t went;-first day of January, --- -- --- ---- -- -- -- -- i6ed by people of Joa ln CYeti. .
one thoaiand eight hundred and forty-five ; vrhichconvention. that system of equal political rights on whichit or seen much of the and I .- ._--- to the bndaie defined for O the acot State. objlo
being! in the English and German language is founded. Real Lo tries people country a dirked ia opinion. It is perhaps no y r Few public men have pursued a firmer or ved of provision in State constitution 4
ii, word for word, as follows liberty thought was over which be presided. I time to soeajjdecisively this but th ,by
: to be on point, more consistent course than Mr. Polk, in ad. which the Legislature are to appropriate
C.ve210fl for the mutual abolition of the drM preserved only by preserving When a member of deliberative bodie, most be left for the impartial verdict of I Ii bering to the democratic in vicis the of the authoi vI

4adl.n of forts America on emigration and kit .bewe N the ity of the laws, and maintaining the energy of Mr. Madison was an able debater having ac i terity. p situde. In 1837, when all party his, colleagues every of prO commn.lnd. Pr Pupl Nef pre.Icib .
.UajttyhtK"8 by the distribution .
eelf jj
U"ir government. quired confidence by slow degrees. As a -- the Tennessee onj at :
delegation, in the House of ."
Barara. There have been, ( Colonel ) writer he has tlt/6 He thought the alterationone
Knapp, few America VAN
of America and his the says equals among BUREN. ,
Majesty determined dictated wise
King of Unite ia, hiving agre for the advantage of popular men, who were great in their day and I statesmen, and the style of his public docu The following notice of the person and Rfpresentatives of that State as the successor to support of Jugde Gen. hat the people by of Iowa Ill were y. I Juicio wu a proof people.lie to him.- .

their respective citizens subjects., to conclude a generation, but whose fame soon passed away. ments and his correspondence has always character of .r. Van Buren, is from his life, Jackson for the he incurred (Mr. W.) bad suggested to hi, colleagues the I
o
convention for the mutual abolition of the droit d'au. I is not so with the fame of Washington been much admired. He was, at the time of by ILlland presidency the Committee on the Judiciary, whilst tbe bill wu
professor ; written, of with hazard of \
baine and taxes on emigration, have named, for this course, I losing his popularity! throughout the der consideration before it
that it
The would be well tw
grows brighter by of his death .
car. writings the last surviving of the Constitution all the of I g
their plenipotentiaries namel ) signer partially friendship: State by his unalterable ,-
purpose repetiv'e : avowing purpose prepare an amendment giving the erprtt sanction
the President of the United SItt of America baa Washington, (a portion only of which com ; and the part be bore in framing "In personal appearance, Mr. Van Buren to separate from the body of the demo.no of Congress to this clause. of the State constitution j
conterred full henry Wheaton, their Envoy prise eleven octavo ) show that be that his of it is about great but it
powers on ,olumts instrument subsequent advocacy the muddle size: ; his form is erect, cratic party in the presidential election. He was thought p Extraordinary' and Minister Plenipotentiary at had a clear, lucid mind, and will be read with by writings, with his adherence to its provisions (and formerly slender, hut now therefore ; I the approval of tbe constitution by Congress m I
to became identfied with the
friends
Court of Prussia and his inclining of the admission
the of the
Royal t the
; Majesty j for State under
it.
pleasure to WM regarded as
ages obtained for him the title of "Fathe
comt. corpulence,) aid is said be
King of Bavaria, upon Count Maximilian von Lerch- to capable of Mr. Van Buren in Tennessee in 1830, where equivalent to a of 1 much of the -
enfeld.K rering, his Chamberl am Envoy Extraordinary of the Constitution. great _endurane. His hair and eyes are JudA.YVlilln. .AiL-o/4.. ttia. ,mlA f..V. Ci ..... act an pr rep roep..d. 01 iSt.,..ditrbutic j
0- -- "
and Minister Plenipotentiary at the Rujal 1 JOHN ADAMS. light his featurs animated and expressive> by a popular majority of over nine thousand.. ". plied exclusivelytoh.ternai i ;ftntntt: and a Ian J

Prussian Court, Commander of the Royal Order of MB. AD.ul was middle[ stature, and full MONROE. especially the eje, which is indicative of quick Mr Pot! entered the implied acquiescence by in the appropriation J t
of
the Knights i>f St. George, of the Order for Merit in upon stormy career prescribed by that constitution tat t
Civil Service of the Bavarian frown, of Sf Michael, >erson, and, when elected President, lie was a MR. MONROE: was tall and well formed, apprehension aid close observation ; his forehead politics in 1t23, when be was chosen to re. proel to common I., fee. there tb any Ii

Grand Cross of the Russian Imperial Order of St. most popular state man. His countenance being six feet in stature, with light complex exhibits in its depth and expansion, the present his county in the State legislature. a to this last point, be w I in favor w.yet I

Anne of the first class,ol the Uoynl) Prussian Order beamed with intelligence and moral, as well] ion and blue eyes. His countenance had no marks of grett intellectual power. The He was for successive years a of that giving such express sanction of Congress by law o .' t

of the Red Eagleofthefiratdass, Commander Grand a physical, courage. His walk was firm and I indications ofsupenior intellect, but an hon. physiognomist vould accord to him penetration body, where his ability in debate.membr talents this paticula change of the State constitution- ? .
Swedish of the North Mr. W. said these
Crass of the Royal Star general of
and Great Commander of Orde Greek Order of dignified to a late period of his life. His esty and firmness of purpose which commanded quickness of apprehension and benevolence i for business, at once gave him representation.an lands to the States for donaion improvements publio,. :1 "

the Saviour; who after having exchanged their said manner was slow and deliberate, unless he respect, and gained favor and friendship of dispsition.rJ e Jhrenologis woul In .August, 1825, being then in his thirtieth without specifviog the particular impryeenl to 'I I

full powers, found'in due&. proper form,have a"e was excited. and when this happened, he ex I jie[ was laborious and industrious, and doubt. add unusua retcci\e faculties, frm cu year. Mr. Folk was chosen to represent his be made were regarded by him as a corruption ?

to and signed the follow inp articles: pressed himself with great energy. He water Jess compensated, in some degree, by dilijence district in Conres and took bis seat in the fun and of a eminently calculate toprye injurious, J ; ,
States
I. to which
Every kind of droit ARTICLI d'aubaine, droit de retraite. a man of the purest morals, and is said to for slowness of thought and want of The private character ( Van DUnn is national councils in December following. In they were bins. Come easy go ts- an old i J ..:.t

and de detraction or tax on emigration, is hereby, have been a firm believer in Christianity, not imagination. His talents, however, were respectable above all censure or suspicion. Its (he rela. December, 1935, he was chosen Speaker of proverb. Funds aquire by the Stars from such i

and shall remain, abolished t-etween the to contracting from habit and example, but from diligent in. and be was a fine specimen of the lion of father and son, husband, 'brother, the House, and again chosen that. fation in general donations, borrncing or in any mode "i
p.artie their States, citizens, and subjects, \ outs proofs. old school Virginia gentlemen-ceucrous, and friend, be has also disolaved those eirpl. ,iHiH.., After. a service_ thirteen. except by taxation or contribution vl the citizens in- '

respectvey. ARTICLE II. I stiJatiol J use words ofa political friend of his, hospitable, and dc\tld-lo his country, which lences of character and feeling-which adorn Congress, he declined a re-election years in ]830.In in. teresfed,if were the generally objects of lIly expenditure expended: were, and most" internal especially .: .. !i.

Where, on the day ol any )- !on holding real' pro. (Mr. Sullivan,) "He had an uncompro tiising he did not hesitate to serve to the utmost of I human nature. Extending our view to the [ August of that year he was elected Gover. improvement All sorts of selfish interests '!

erty within the territories of l one party, such rl'a1 regard fur his own opinion, and seemed to his ability, through a long life, and his career larger circle of his personal frifnd rarely has I nor Tennessee, and served for the constitutional were excited to induce the misappropriation of such i I
property would, by the laws of the bnd.deend on I have that was highly honorable useful and of man funds.. .First there must be a numbr of I
supposed his opinion could not be worthy any won a stronger hold upon the confidence term of two twice ofes..o 1 t
years. a of .
a citizen or subject of the other, were he not disqualified ) lea course officers to fill them .
b} alienage such citizen or subject shall he allowed corrected b\ those of other men, nor bettered admiration. and affection of those with whom he candidate for re-election, defeled. On veyors,agents, and other land officers crea, roust be au. t'1'
a terra of two years to sell the s hidl by comparison. I is not improbable that The administration of Mr. Monroe was eninently has been connected The purity of his motives the 29th of May, 1844. Mr. Pok! received the t horit and paid by the Lilature. in order lo se. ; ,

term may be r aona-bly prolonged according to circumstances Mr. Adams was impatient in finding how I prosperous and advantageous to the his integrity character, and the stea. nomination of the democratic national con 1 lands,and lo sell and to get the funds j

and '0 withdraw the proceeds thereof, much more the easily understood services of nation. At no period in our history has party dints of his attachment, have always retained vention for President of the United States. so as to be able to spend them. The o hunteis
I
all forthwith .
without molestation and from all duties of are waked and in after
detraction. exempt military men were appreciated, than were the spirit Len so much subdued, and the atten- for him the warm affection of many even To this high office he was elected in the same the funds are raised up a number of additional n.officers .

ARTICLE III. secluded, though no less important ones, of ion our national legislature more excluhely among the rank of his political opponents. year."It's. are necessary, to devise and direct the construction ;'i
The citizens and subjtc. of each of the contract- diplomatic agency and cabinet council. JSo 8 demoted to objects public beuefi:. The ease and frankness of his manners, his of the works which are desired to be made.- I :f
leg parties shall to dispose of their |personal made from natural propensities and from Though, in the course of his public life, felicitous powers conversation, and the all Right, ifs only Me."-A Bold Then hosts of contractors and employee will start I
up
property within the States ot the other, by testament gen. Thief.-Between three and four o'clock forth. But the most serious result will be.that such ,11
tlr.. had received from the eral on ,
the circumstances of his life Mr. Adams public of his render
him
donation, or : and their heirs, cameto llonro amiahlenes feelings, funds may become the of .
othtr"'lse leg- lubje d.efullrm.
agees, and donees, being citizens: or subjects!of the the Presidency at the time \hen more forbearance treasury, his services, 333,000, he retired the ornament of the social circle. Uniting in Wednesday morning, one of the city watch, bling, squabbling and o Legislature. ; 1

other contracting party Khali succe to their eaic and discretion were required than from office deeply in d,;Lt. He was, his character, firmess and forbearance, habit. whist waking in the vicinity of Dock and Their lobbies wilt be infested session after t f
personal property, an i possession however at last the ual streets saw the reflections of a light o- session with selfish speculators and political trader, .
may th'ret he is supposed to hate had. He seems to rele'.d by adjustment, self-respect and a delicate regard for the \
either by themselves or by other acting lor tll.0 claims founded ; yenthe door at the clothing store of Mr. Rob. advance private interests by tbe use of such funds. I'I'to l
and dispose of the same at t heir pleasure pa ing such have been deficient in the rare excellence of by Congress, chiefly on feelings of others, neither the perplexities of ert Clifton at the North One owning town lots here or wild lands thereor a I
duties onl?s the inhabitants ol the country where attempting to see himself others shim; the disbursements made during the war. legal practice, nor the cares of public! life, nor Eas corner of those I plantation in another place will seek to have a railroad i'

the Sad property lies shill, be liable to p.y'I like ;. and he ventured to act as though every body the annoyance of party strife, hare ever enable streets, and supposing something was I or a canal, or a bridge, made so a to increasethe

cases. I saw a he saw himst.lf He considered only JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. to disturb the serenity of his temper, or wrong, stepped up to the door and rattled at roll value with others of isis po"'yHe will unite indifferent and log. L I i

In case of the absence ARTICLE of the I* heirs the ; what was right, own view, and that was lf ADAMS is middle stature ; his eyes 10 derange for a moment the equanimity of hiseportment. the handle. The person within respondedto section The selfish and -u>rtinnal inirmti of rnnn. j.
same care -
shall b taken, provisionally, of such real or to be carried I main force, whatever were piercing, his countenance pleasing He has with equal propriety the" cal by saying is that you, watchman ties and towns and neighborhoods i will i be aroused i '

property a would be taken in a like case of pr I..rola.( erty the obstacles. ) and beaming with intelligence ; his manners mingled in the free intercourse of private life, ? worthy guardian replied in the and excited to effect the appropriation of the funds .'. fl'I

belonging to the natives of the cuuntr%, until the But whatever' may be the judgment of posterity rather reserved and distant. Hu has always and sustained the dignity of official station." affirmative,when the first voice rejoihed u\eJ to everything except the advancement of Iht public j
lawful owner,or the who has a right to sell it's all right, it's only me." bneft. 1 will be a miracle if the funds are not pre. '
person led the life and ,
as to his merits a a ruler, there can be most active enjoyed good The great event of Mr. Van Buren's ad- in ..
the profligate by profligate
same according to article may tAe measures is natural under all the vtrted I.uandere. ways .
to receive or dispose ol the Ilherian.I no question on the subject) of his general char. health, and accustomed from his youth to habits ministration, (says a writer in the Democratic as crcumstances. sup. men, any rte f.xliahly.and without e fleeting .5..
ofliis of and constant posed the person in the to proprietor much public good. He believed he could with :
ARTICLE VIf acter, nor penetrating mind, his patriotism early rising improvementfhis Review,) by which it will hereafter be known
any dispute should arise between different claimants and his detotion to what he considered mind in literary and scientific knowl- amid designated, is the dirorce of bank and thereof walked away. Not long after safety appeal to those Snator. from States where

to the tame inheritance, they .hal bf decided the true interests of his country.JEFFERSON. edge, he is at this day considered one of the tote, in the fiscal affaiis of the federal another watchman's atention was attractedby internal improvements ben undertaken with .l. '
fund
in the last result according to the, and by' the gov- the given to the Stales, or by them to \
lws (if the mnost'i_ accomnlished__ __ __ scholar light, and upon rattling at the door, the browe .
judges of the country where the property is situated. most. not- --- m -" n_ S __ ---- rnment... and the return. after-- -half-,- rcntnrr__ verify his statement as connect, a prove so to .
in America.i person said "stop-a minutewatchmtn: and be the of their States. .
ARTICLE >I. deviation, to the original design of the Conitution. bv history every *
But this contention shall not derogate in any' manner I The private character of Mr. Adams has lHlet you in. Presently the door was unlock man's business, is no man's. bu.ine" and with respect [
from the force of the law already ; of MK. JEirrRsoN was be\ond the ordinarrdirnensions I been above in his in walked the suspecting 'Charl to funds.acquired otherwise than by taxation.cr tj
lubhslf always reproach, intercourse The writer inform that
Mr. Van
hereafter to his t l of six feet same us between contributions of the citizens of the :,
I b by Maje orBecaria being upwards two ie. Some remarks passed him and ; Sate inlerete. i
fubl.be with his fellow and in all the .
to of his subjects. inches in men, va; Duren remarked to 3 friend, previous to writ. no one felt it to be as much hu right I&
height, thin, but formed the '
I' ARTICLE viiThis > \el erect rious duties of a long life. Without any un- ing his message recommending the independent supposed thief which were of such a nature -i that it was properly expended, a if he had directly, .
his
I' in carriage, and imposing in his appear. as watchman to think the paid his ta the fund. "InUrnal im .
the money ,
convention is concluded subject to rat Ii- common professions, he has uniformly shown cannot know how themmediate ral
, cationof the President of the Unitt Slates of Am!! ance. His complexion f lair, his hair, oririnally a for the Christian and :; Ireasury-\\e man was proprietor ofthe st religion result
great respect but the '
ica, by and with the advice consent of their Senate red, became white and silvery in old I may peo.pie are up late," said the watchman. Yes I awaken the selfish: interests and influences always :
I like his father, given a preference to the Unitarian will at all events' eventually come right, existing in State. A fund acquired by gift l
and of his Maje ty the King of Bavaria, aid the his were light blue, sparkling with I every ,
age well
ratifications thereof shall be ; Ik.rll eyes I church. and posterity least will do me justice. Be thought" might a sleep here ai to go fir such object will of all othtr be most likely) to .U"i

within the terra of fifteen month Hhantl-from the date. of I inttligenc. and beaming with philanthropy; In March, 1829, Mr. Adams retired to priif the preBnt i&lAr| ( o/tnrl f\r Cnr owil ',.:. r -home.- ,. .replied... M ihe..man lU'/iiMg at the...sam Trnc\Irftta time /rae TV- become.a .'corruption fund hereby the' Ijtica ", :
the signatuie thereof, or sooner 1IH"blc.In | nose was larce. his forehead broad, andhis -,- (rnn. .l.Pr,.i<1pfuv ) r..rvinc with ...mtvnty thlt write this message. warm himself by the stove. The latter took a ernment, would be injured and the real and sub !
witness whereof, the respective plenipotentiaries :, whole countenance indicated great scnsiiity him the esteem his political and I stantial interest ot the people of the State retarded: I. h(
have sine the above article, as well in Inl- > and profound thought. His manners the of his who HARRISON. seat, and the man picked up the coal scutte instead of' being promore
lish a in and hate: thereto atLxed their I Iseals. were simple and polished, jet dignified, and respect opponents general) and walked into the street, and emptied the With respect to oion fund," (Mr W. m.
him the credit of good GENERAL HARRISON was and slen-
.
game said this selfish
tal dashes into the He then and ,) :was not the case; : pecuniary interests ;
Done in qnadruplicata, in the c.ty of Berlin( the all who approached him were rendered perectly ever they might have differed with him in his er.-Although he never had appearance entered into quite guter.a familiar returned were nofso greatly nerte. and could not be, ".

twenty-first day' vI January, one thousand eight hun at case, both by his republican( habits views of public policy. of possessing a robust constitution, yet, such convertion in the disposition of The struggle with : .
dred and forty-fiie, in the sixty-ninth year of the in.dependence and his genuine politeness. His disposition I But the people of his own immediate neigh tad been the effects habitual: activity and the watchman, upon their arduous duties, the respect to suds funds would be, which section or
of the United Slat r.f America and the being cheerful, his conversation was his ely near approach of Christmas, and various other neighborhood should have the advantage in the means f.
of : Lorhoo were not willing to allow him to re- temperance, that few men of his age enjoyed of instruction to their youth. In such contest the '. .
nineteenth of the rel of Li* Majesty the King subjects. The watchman at length having
and enthusiastic remarkable for the of J
Bavaria. ; purity long in retirement. In 1830 he was so much bodily vigor. He had a fine dark warmed Sate could not lose. The funds would not be in s f
thoroughly rose, and bidding
HEXRT WHEATOX, [L s.] his colloquial diction, and the corectness of elected to represent the district in which be eye, remarkable for its kennes fire and in- himself danger of being squandered. Every citizen in j f,'

And whereas the said contention has been duh his phraseology. He disliked form and resided, in the Congress of the United States, lligence, and his face was strongly expres- the man a "goobye. proceeded on his. a section where a shol.hous is erected and the ;
: round. The who was acquainted of education afforded, would receive !
a
ratified both and the re4wctlverattlieatiOlisethe rade and his dress lain and means portion
on parts was remarkably ,
j and the following year, namely, in sire of the vivacity of his mind and the benev- benefit in of the .
of the
same were exchanged at Berlin, on the fourth often Benc\olence and Decembr with the proprietor ofthe store, did enlightenment rising gen t.ertion. .
day of November, one thousand eight hU'drt and slovenly. liberalitywere 1831, he look his seat in the House Representatives olence of his character. not get in, and the watchman who did get in, There would be but little opportunity, and : i i.
E prominent traits of his disposition. To' then in remarkable traits of Gen. Harri- therefore but little inducement to attempt the advancement ]
forty-fit'e, by Henry Wheatou. Envoy Extraordinary at Washington City being The most with him.
not Thus it will
acquainted
was t
and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United State, his slaves he was an indulgent master. As a the 65th of his and having already son's character, and those by which lie was of private pecuniary interests to the prejudice :
age
year be seen that the thief played his part well.- of the weal in the disposition of such 4 i. .
and the Count Man mill am ion Lerehenfkid, Chamberlain : neighbor, he was much esteemed for his liberality -; his whole general .
passed about forty years in the public service.In distinguished throughout career, luid. For said Mr. W. I wish the five i
) ;
The watchmen of dumb. (
of his Majettt the King of Bavaria, and his and offices. As friend be course, were fairly my part
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenlltfntlaf I friendly a the National Legislature he has taken the were his disinterestedness, his regar for the struck after day-break, when they found that hundred thousand: acres given to my State would be ,

near the Court ot his Maest| > the Krlllr'JSSla.oD I was ardent, unchangeable ; and, as a host, stand to which eminent talents and distinguished rights and comforts of others, generous the fellow had decamped with several hundred allowed by Congress to be applied to educational t' :i
the of their the munificence of hospitality was carried to purposes, instead of internal improvement :
part respective Go\'ernmtnts : services fully entitled him. The confidence disposition, bis mild and forbearing temper,
K. dollars worth of coats, pants, &c.-Philadelphia The of other States had induced him to 'I;
Now, therefore, be it known, that I, JAlI the excess (self-impoterishment.. He pos has and unostentations experience
of his constituents been manifest and his plain, man- :
easy fear that little public benefit would .
POLK. President of the United: Sun..E.rtractfrom comparatively 1
AlenC; sessed fortitude of mind and bis
S.te. ,
have caused the said contention made public, great command ed by seven re-elections to the House ofwhicblIe I nero result 'Irons it if the expenditure of the proceeds of 9 j

to the end that the fame, and every clause and article of temper was such that he was never has now been a member fourteen 3 ears. He had a most intmiate knowledge of the Lizard's New Work entitled thee lands was continued to b rrtrne and confined t.f l'

thereof, may b observed, and fulfilled With good in a passion. [Mr. Adams has since been re-elected for history and foreign and domestic policy)" of the Nazarine." to .internal feared it S "

faith by the Unite States and the citizens then.o. As a man of letters, and a ,votary science, anther term, Nov. 1846.] States, and from the moderation of his 11e that would it in would many be cases be injudiciously to auandeed't
In witness I hate hereunto set handand Unite expended promote
"'htref my he acquired high distinction. In the classics, He has taken active in debate views and feelings us a man, al. :
caused the of the United States to an part on political party "HK WAS A MAX Well I remember tional, or partial interests, and become 1
Done at the ell 1(11 ot Washington, this beate day and in several European languages, a well as nearly every topic of public interest, and his though firm, frank and consistent, he,was wellcalculated day I waited upon him. He sat there in his speculators and selfish schemers would look to.an t '

of August, in the year- of our Lord one thou- mathematics, he attained a proficiency not speeches have been frequently marked with for the high station to which he arm chair-can see that old warrior face, object of lawful prey.and plunder. I principal J 14:
I
IL. I.) sand eight hundred and forty ux, and of the comrrfon to American students. it believed be of the proceeds the* 5,0 of land (ss in
which is
elevated and
and
fervid with the
the most eloquence, stern was with its snow white hair even now. We told Iowa) was allowed to a sacred fund for
of the United States the sev a I
enty-first.independence With f"gar to his political opinions, and and peculiar independence which ha characterized would have filled with ability, and to the satisfaction bim ofthe public distress-the manufacturers educational purposes, never to b encroached upn. i

K. POLK. his a a statesman, his countrymenhave his whole life. of the puhlc during his presidential ruined, the eagles shrouded in crape, which o touche under any pretence, aD the '

By the President : JAII widely differed in their estimates. By The subject of this memoir is now in bis term, had his Jfe spared. His talents, were borne at the head of twenty thousand '" alo1'ed to be devoted to common .cAo.F...

JAMES BCCHANAX. Secretary of State. some persons he has been considered a one eightieth year, and although "his eye is dim, though[ perhaps not of the highest order, men into Independence Square. He hear free rich, on every equal youth terms,of no the man State can estimate, poor a*Ihe well incalculable as. i

-of the most |pure, amiable; dignified, wise, and and his natural force somewhat abated," he were very respectable, and united with an. it all-We begged him to leave the deposites benefits, the priceless blessings that would 1'I

I 0 0 t! [0 t patriotic of men. B) others he been con. was, at the session of Congress still found at accurate knowledge mankind, enabled him where they were; to uphold the GREAT BASK flow from such fund to the present population of } :

sidered as remarkably defective in the qualities his post in the service, "hert like the to acquit himself well in the various publications I at Philadelphia. Still he did not say a word. Florida,and to their posterity for age to come. The
PUll Appearance and character of all the which and adorn human life andas public I gift of this Government would then indeed be a rich ,
President's of the fetales. dignify Earl of may be expected his mortal to which he was called. He was a At last one of our members more fiery than and noble donaton. Mr. W. that he considered .
Unit one of the most wrong headed statesmen career will finally close.JACKSON.. hold and eloquent orator; and be has left on the rest, intimated that if THE was repated. of Iowa bad I

BY EDWIN WILLIAMS. that ever lived. Posterity wi judge which of record numerous evidences of bis literary ac. crushed, a rebellion might follow. Then the acted wisely in ordaining the change of th objectsof t

these opinions is right. ,Iis writing which quirements, besides bis correspondence and old man rose-I can see him yet. "Come!" the expenditure of these fund from 'dndimpnemmT 1
"
ed he should there-
WASHINGTON.GEXEHAL agreeably to directions left by ben The personal appearance and private char. public papers. he shouted in a voice thunder, as his clutch his colleague's amendment. This f

WASHINGTON, (says Judge Marshall published since his death, afford ample acter General Jackson, are thus describedby ed right han was raised above his white question (Mr. W. observed) was discussed in tbe f

,) was rather above the common size, his rials judging of his character. They con. his friend and biographer, Mr. Eaton, previous TYLER hairs-" with bayonets in your hands House of Representatives, and deide. ap if the

frame was robust, and his constitution vigorous sist of four volumes octavo, of correspondence, to his election to the Presidency :- MR. TYLER is rather tall and thin, with instead of petitions-surround the White bill Mr.was YULEE sent back said it he would regretted oasion to find himself dif t'

and : arias., etc. "In the of General Jackson is light blue and prominentfeatures. House with legions I am for
-capable enduring great fatigue, person per. complexion ryes your readly you fering with his colleague upon this I"bjec. Where .r
requiring a considerable degree of exercise The religious opinions of Mr. Jefferson ceived nothing of the robust and elegant. He His manners are plain and affable, all By the Eternal I With the people at did his argument tend ? Why, evidently i if he understood .

for the of his health. His cite- were peculiar and eccentric. His writings is six feet and an inch high remarkablystraight and in private life he is amiable, hospitable my back, ihe honest yoemanry whom your him correctly the repudiation and rejection t,
preservation show that he was a free thinker, with a pref. and and than and His errors politician are cold neither / of all means for the development ol' the new :
rior created in the beholder tbe idea of spare, weighs not more coureous. a I can buy nor awe, r. hang
States and the creation of facilities for their settlement -
w united with manly gracefulness. erence for some of the doctrines of Unitarian- one hundred and forty-five pounds. His con scribed, by some, to a want of ,to every rebel ofyou-on a gibbet- a Ha- and commerce by opening and improving the > I

ngh. were rather reserved than ism. In a letter to a friend, he says, **I have formation appears to disqlalif' him for hard an inordinate vanity, and the influence of bad man's." I channels of intercommunication and trade. HU colleague ;:

free though they partook nothing of that dryness to thank you for your pamphlets on the subject ; yet & froft early life, advice; to which may be added, extreme ob- "When I think," says the author, Mof that united with him in the opinion that it was no \ I

and sternness which accompany reserve I of Unit ariani 1m, and to express my gratification ship cpahe of enduring fatigue: to the tinacy in persisting in opinions once formed, ONE MAX, standing there at Washington, part of tbe constitutional to make expenditure functions.for of the Fen ;:1

with your efforts for the reivl of with less His dark : without regard to with all the of Bank and Government
or consequences. battling
when carried to an extreme; and, on all same injury. powers provements within tbe limits of a State; it was
primitive Christianity in your I con- blue with brows arched and There be no doubt that Mr. Tyler mis. Panic combined him whom he a
proper occasions, he relax sufficiently to quarter eyes slightly : can betrayed by well known that the resources of new -
show bow highly coul was gratified by the fidently expect that the present generationwill projecting, possess a marked expression ; hut I took his position in attempting to act with the trusted, assailed by all that the snake malice States were too limited to enable them to raise by .

charms conversation, and the pleasure of so see Unitarianism become the general re- when from any cause excited, they sparkle : whig and in accepting their nominationfor could hiss or the fend of falsehood howl- taxation the nEar,funds lo advance public im. {
pry however judicious or desirable they I.
ciety. His person and whole deportment exhibited ligion of the United States. with peculiar lustre and penetration. In his the highest offices in the nation, when I think of man placing his back pryement.b. If, then,they could not be safely trusted i t

unaffected and indescribable dignity manner lie in pleasing-in his address commanding I which, by the dispensation of Providence, against the rock and folding his arms for the with management of fun which the United 'i

unmingled a with of which all MADISON. ; while his countenance, marked I placed him in the Presidential chair, clothed blow, while he uttered his awful vow-"By States bad contributed for purpose, upon the t

approached haughLnea were ; and the MR. MADISON was of small stature and with firmness, and decision, heats with a I with the power and patronage of that high the Eternal I wi not swerve one inch from : score from laxtion of the,Jhe exemption result would of its proprietary, plans interest for t

attachment of those who possessed his friend rather portly. He had a calm expression, strength and intelligence that at first ation. That the whigs also acted without the course I chosen !" I must confess public improvements be relinquished until the .1

ship and enjoyed his intimacy, was ardent, but penetrating blue eyes, and was slow and sight. In his deportment there is nothing r- due reflection, in his nomination, is alike evi- that the records Greece and Rome-nay, population of the mu was strong enough to bear I

always respectfuL in his speech. At the close of his pulsive. Easy, affable, and familiar, he is dent ; and from these two causes flowed theonsequences the proudest days Cromwell and Napoleon the burden of taxation for these ojet. No. For ".

His temper was humane, benevolent, andConciliatory grave Presidency he seemed to be care *orn, with open and accessible to all. Influenced by the which resulted on the one side cannot furnish an instance of a WL like that his part to control while he or t denied.make the improvements within Government tbe- ,
belief that merit should constitute the i in the embarrassment, difficulties and the total of ANDREW JACKSON, when he
advanced than only
in his of place
; but there was a quickness an appearance more age limits of the States,he was still deroU to
sensibility anything apparently offensive, was the fact. He was bald on the crown of difference in men, his attention is equ4ly'' Io of popularity of the President with both life and soul and fame, on the hazard of a far a he legitimately could a "fora.1 It Ita. i

which experience t had him to watch his bead, always wore his hair powdered, and bestowed on honest on con the great parties of the country; and, on the for the PEOPLE'S WELFARE." improvements by The Sate themselves,based upon
taught pve"ya
other side bitter on the part the commercial and lial eit conYDie..nd
is without ,
His
black.
and to correct. generally dressed in manner was sequence. Hi disppien. Federal Relations.-A member ofthe Iowa comfort ol their people. And be desired to do 4
-In the management of his private affairs he modest and retiring, but in conversation be reproach, by those who know him most (the whig I' indignant at the all that be could to preserve and foster (o application .
was highly
exhibited liberal His was pleasing and instructive, having a mind intimately he is most ecleemcd. Benevolence Legislature all funds directed to this highly useful ojd.
exact
yet when he announced
House
foods a wasted economy. well stored with the treasures learning, and in him is a prominent virtue. He was never POLE. [ Speaker of the come from what source they mifht:from
were not prodigally on capriciouss.ndilLexamnjned familiar with the known to distress without to President Polk is of middle stature, with a him member of the Committee on "Feerl or from tnatio.inHhe new States. He regardedthe
schemes, nor refused to beneficial being particularly polilicalworld. pass seeking a brow and remarkable quick Relations.. He considered it a biting clause appropriating half a million of acres ia' .
a
On his accession to the presidency he sist and relieve it. W angular rnk each State to the of internal imnrovemcafaas
They new
though costly, improvements. of his here, Mr. he, u
remained therefore to that exten- restored the custom of levees at the presidential The violence of political strife will long .a penetrating eye. The expression insult "L one of the best features the act of 1841. And
Youneed'nt
competent .
ire establishment which his addedto mansion which had been abolished by confuse men's judgment of the character and etc b pa bat .serious cast I often none ofrur trc. upon trueler this grant,it should b br in mind, was made not
reputation I
think of Iowa
new ,
member -
wasontbe occasion of these abilities of 4 ll! will accord by a peculiar ail. ia tha bus only for the benefit prn pl.
It ; rit
bu settle
had in Gener Jaca
a hospitable some meu Mr.lefen. & pea you can run your upon me. I am but of those who might .i join
tempr. lady, by her to him praise great firmest, ener. ditv 'aai continuing trust which
imposed ad'o those donations leve. acoDl.he polite o. po"J not as green as you suppose. Go to thunderwith meat of the State I w 1
*hich real distress a right to claim and atcie tentioa and manners, U,decision, and diintraedneu; o rmk o h, relations! I 'Dt one of the majority of her present population cajg not i
h kD able t which has ever been upright your fr b rightfully: divert.
Mr. Madison military a -
OpeDc. | shone wit peculiar lute. .ki, pros him the esttem'and plr.them in word\would"1t own him, i Mr. WESTCOTT observed that he .bad Vrt distinctly .

voted to the&constitution he was of a r rpu .1c u;d b w little fod, ofsocictj never having although risked he frign h trele C. at With a stateman regard to, his qualifications countrymen have been and t hare the advantage of hU acquaintance. I had." \ heard the remarks o his colleague,bat if, I f






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: 4u1.I; ;ondeivtood him, he had expressed liis regret t-tb-r rably disposed to the causo of the Campeachian Gen. Taylor, of a prior date, speculating up. I ment to the enemy to keep the field against us Medill, the Indian Commissioner, has the management that"the Almighty mightcans help Man po 1;
m \
; -4.. at (Mr. W.) had avowed his hostility to internal imJTOfements *. The Campcachians bad declared en these probable events, and calculated to They arc acts of moral treason, and in effect of aair a l.e i i. an energetic and judicious denouncing the war .being nnjaat
,. the Slates, his had mistaken I that when there is a solemn treaty brought about by old Polk.jastto U
..f by colleague man. It i is strange get their
themselves bo independent of Mexico remove any apprehensions that might be entertained they are manifestoes to Mexico to keep up the sich
entirely
r.1 ', hit (Mr. V'L ) remarks.fr. their removal, lands from them." This
J I ,} He said be had un1er.j' I I and had sent Commissioner the of Santa Anna's advance at the spirits, the hopes, and the resistance of that rtife by the Senate requiring i away we give,not .

:: TULEF nplaine..to argue. that funds provided schooner Sisalnio to Commodore Conner, at head of all bis legions. We ought not, perhaps country. No true Amrican will allow himself should b abrogated and annulled by a agreement such lunatics are worthy of notice, bat merehta.

1 j :-I lo new States for eternal improvement would be.IJp' Anton Lixardn. to request him to desist from even to allude to the pass of Rinconna- (o pursue such a course.1fafrrNoa.pFiiORI1iIc made with an army officer in violation of it, which show how fa and.to what extent party spirit 11

.r unprofitaWy tx-rfowed. because it would become a hostile Yucatan until do, which would enable Gen. Worth has never been ratified. I doubt not your Delegateswill carry a man.
measures against
** any to keep
"
t. : corruption food, and liable to abuse and squandering Commissioners could be sent to the Govern the Mexicans at bay until he could receive his attend to this matter strictly. A guilty conscience is a monster to grirrooj rG

I.f I F-i Mr. WESTCOTT his colleague had misappreIrendod ment of the United States, to obtain the recognition own advancing reinfcrcements : Judge Butler, from the Committee on Claim, re be borne without manifesting some unt, and

f 4 t,1. his argument. He was not opposed to donations of the independence of the State.- HKADUTJARTERS ARMT OF OCCCPATIOX porte on Alexander Watson's petition. Governor a we were once a boy, and knew something o fa
,
of publ'c lands! bv Congress to the States where and settlement disagreeableness of that
These Commissioners left Anton Lizardo: on 'I.BT ITS A tO WE. Wright's old bill, for the ascertaining suspecting some act ef ony
Camp near Monterey, Dec. 8 1843.
the land lie, for works of internal ,
specific improtettients -
;;'i f' adjacent to llw land, and the ,york to be the 20th, to return, but the result of their conference SIR : As I expect to march in a few days I by the Secretary of War of the Florida Spoliation I disobedience to the mandates of our parrnt,la j
: with Commodore Conner is SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 187. Claims. This or the bill reported last year by the brought to Jgb we are disposed to make
.;( eft-signaled in the act of donation. He voted not for I consider the a every do
Victoria proper
f.j j .";&,i and should vote again f'rsuch laws most cheerfully.He known. I to explain somewhat present tin detail the We invite attention to the discussion in the Judiciary Committee of the Senate by Mr. Westcotf, allowance to those whig partisans who for the lack
03-:
' : desired In ct the public lands out of the hands of some useful han been
; employment, led
We to learn that Purser AndrewD. will probably this session. toserreu
.:,12 the Federal Government as soon possible. IJut regret : dispositions which have been made,and.whichare Senate at Washington on |thc subject of the appropriation pass
1. e a Crosby, of the !Mississippi, was lost fromon : Franklin got on fire on the night of the 8th ly arraying themselves againfst their parent ,
of lands f"i contemplated the and de. country
: t .:;.r: le was not in favor of large donations or ( lo occupation of the Ian granted b Congress for Internal Hal
l Btoney to the States for general purposes of internal hoard the Vhen, entering Laguna. lie fence of this frontier. With this view I enclose Improvements !in the State,or of Iowa, of January, while the Ball was going on,and such a and suspecting that the diligence of the "Democra

t 1 .:: improvement, not designating them, and without was in the rigging of the vessel, assisting in a sketch exhibiting the line from Par ras to that General Education. Florida Territory is in a similar I getting down stairs you never did see.WACAIIOOTA.. tic cock" has been sufficient to learn and bin t
I, guarantee that the proceed* would be honestly and} her the of the light their nocturnal prowlings-
they
piloting as fidelity pilot ( to and are
! t' wisely applied. He had pit en the rra.ons lor this Tampico, showing how a portion of situation with Iowa five hundred thousand acres whimp.
such donatiorswould Mexican, the man who was piloting the Trux- that line is marked br the chain ofthc"SierraMa'lre. ing" We didn't do it and are laboring mot
t -; opinion, and one of them was, that naturally of land having been appropriated to Internal Im Florida Supreme Conrf. pw.
l. in most cases, become a .corruption fund.'" ton, when she was lost at Tupan.as) suspected erfully to prove they .din'twhen nobody

I t ': Sir, (said Mr. \V.,) I fear not to a\ow. and the intelligent ; the ,'c"S1 giving a heavy lurch, he It be that San Luis provements, and which many (f our citizens think MOWDAV, January ISth, 11.1. they did! Poor, disconsolate: coons !
. .. t of my State I know not rai,- wil seen at once t would be better devoted to secure Jto the people 01 Eli Horn, vs. David Gartman petition; for re-hear
fell deck and
people \\i. lost bit hold and on the was instantly Potosi i almost distant from A Jcrrciisox COUNTY DEMOCRAT.Monticelto .
! ; tvnderUiwl me, when I say would n< t vote to killed. He buried with a position eqiialy the Slate an efficient School fund for F.uration- ing. Opinion delivered by Macrae,Justice, dismissing .
't : give that State, if I had the povrrr to-day to do it, a was militaryhonors the p.ints of this line. Thi would give a first Fla. .
The discussion referred to commences on on with costs.
\ million of of lands in such in the cemetery of the British Consulat force petition
.: :! acres piddle general "'a\ at San Luis a vantage
1 very great
: O'lrIS. Ahner R. Sessions for use of II. Shap.vs. John FOR THE FLOHIDIAX.
not defining, the J1III13. page-
or or securing manner .
1
I prtribinl. .. U.prp.I*. n.1 .4... fl. ..mini....* nfII.,I stsTunfrvand .
I 2 j 01 l it* expenditure, except by Uie illimitable phra"I' I Passed i hipman Fitzgerald, ibrmerly the .J : Stephens. Appeal from Jefferson Circuit court.- "LET US ALONE."
:1 Icfnrc
the betweenSan
A .internal improvement" I should fear it would commlli'atiol ; r' iOn on IhreloUnemotechIY.PrOfl'o .
1 t 2 '* ,I occasion a disgraceful scramble in the State for the of the U. S. schooner Fliit, but now attached Luis and the mountain being scantily ( PUNY Mn.cs i lecturing{ i in this city, Opinion delivered by Baltzell,Justice affirming judgment 44 Ifoni toil qui mal pcnsc."

.. | i-.f next generation for portions of wh fund, until it to the John Adams, performed a most daring supplied! with water and subsstence, and the to a Urge cla's of students in the above novel of Court blo\y. To THE EDITOR : !
,_. wasaltsqnandered. The poor citizen would ncciteJ exploit about three weeks since. His Stewart & Fountaine r.'. A. T. Bennett. Arguedand
road Saltillo
and Monterer the
recommended
by .
being only science. lie here highly by
t .J? little lienefit from it. He! ,of course,was in favor n vessel was blockading Vera Cruz, and of aral comes submitted. Carmack fur appellant, Davis for Sirs a Cosmopolite,'I have been much
: "internal to practicable! route for artillery across the moun. 9-ienlific men, amon "hor we notice! Professor
nobody was oppnstd
improvements : amused the
at sensation which has been
,1 k } he took l boat and appellee.
: ;" them that he had ever heard of. j'ut he did not bet night, a eight men. tains. Without artillery, the Mexican troops Longstreet of Emory College, Geo ; Dr. Elilrl'lIr. I I pro
lievethc.KederaI Government had the power to carry with muffled oar, rowed around the castle of arc not at all formidable! : and I think, have Thorns and Mr. Myers, of the Georgia Female John Miller &Bryan Croom t.,. Frederick Hoc, ducrd in the political circles of joar .bib andtucker"

1 1'J} them on.I the States, and he did not believe it \'a San Juan de Ulua, landed, entered the water but little confidence in themselves. I therefore : College; the President of the High School in survivor. No. 3. Partly argued and continued for State,by the recent adaptation and
f exercise such if it existed but or
policy to ( ;
wile power and examined it then rowed round further
battery
'.; j if he would not now co into the discussion of that tokJt ; consider the position of Saltillo and Par. Cha1t'stnn. S. C.; Mr. Turn, Dr. De Graflenreid of hearing. your still more' recent dispensation the
J ; pic. He said II. did not believe in the wisdom of again, 'vent under the draw bridge and made ras as of prime importance. With in intermediate i Columbia Gco. and other distinguished gentlemenof TPESDAT, January 10th, 1S47. I classical and
expressive motto of''LETcs
;7-t the States to such a thorough reconnoisance of that This and Miller Croom, F. Hoc, survivor. No 3.- very
borrowl?money carry on "H.rl!; pint. post at Patos the means, by n "' Haiti more, &..c.IF & 1S. "
';:'J. amd he dil not believe that donations by to exploit! &proved that men may landed road, of rapidly uniting, if I Washington his Fully argued and submitted. Long &Walker for .ALOXE.
-. goo is Lecture interest and if
necessary
arc highly ing;
: the for snch objects generally, when the par. from boats at night; and Midshipman Fitzgerald ('(em the columns of Brigadier Generals appellants, Thompson &Hagner for appellees. Will you permit me to say Sir, that in ei.
, ,:,. :5 ticular object was not designated and own exhibition of its powers is] a fair commentary I
prttntr ascertained by this reconnoisance that Wool and Worth ( to hold that I James T. Archer, Assignee of Francis, Adm'r.of it from escutcheon have
\\t; would be beneficial to the State to wa* quite equal tank a full knowledge of the science must be invaluable.Hi t punging your you
.* if- made; and he bele\t in nine cases out of ten. it the water battery may be easily taken. I of the line. I shall, however, S. H. Duval dec'd. Opinion delivered by Baltzell the nisnomered

f. !* would become corruption fund," and be squan.f : The Amalio was taken off Alvarado, together I latter general, particularly in cavalry, and first two h'cllrN ha\e given entire satisfy. tion I Justice, affirming judgment of Court below. given Whig an opportunity
.'' dered to sub selfish sectional inter- to the members! of the elaaand elicited an ardent to enjoy a triumph, by the happy
: ; onre private or with the Spanish brig Isabella, both shall establish a reserve at this pace! to Miller Croom F. Hoc, survivor. No. 2.- temprar
i *"X ests,or prostituted to party purposes. Sir,(siid Mr. sup.port desire, for further Whether the I & 1
that
sailing from for Commo. errimenL. facility they exercise
.:- \V.,) if the States wring money. from the citi/n t bv. port la\'ana. the advanced positions, should tho movements be of six Argued and lubmite. Long &Walker for appellants elegantly
science lessons
can ar )
S'* the pullekin* of the tax-pathercr for "internal imi tore Perry, on his return Lizardo, of the enemy require it. Thompson Hagner for appellee. vulgar and ribald allusions, based upon broad
&
I < provements;" it it is raised bj fair equal] aboet- from Iaguna with the Mississippi, looked into Brigadier General Wool is to hp not. we have no means of judging, but kit i! the Theophilus Beatty .Thomas ROs. Argued and and disgusting double entendre?-It is by such
>\f, taxation every citizen Tabasco and Alvarado and found that the understoo general opinion of all bit class, so 'lar. as we have t"
unliit- wilt ,
now at Parras with his
[ 1 j! that it properly, fairly, and hon.sty appropriate fortifications of both places have been repaired say 2,400 heard, that h.lhe system Ilererory: must be greatly Submitted. Carmack and Maxwell for appelaht.Thompson : violations of the common law of courtesy, that
with six
r I :S and expended. I would more likely ht strong, gUI Brigadier GeneralWorth &Hagner for appeJ(c.
too .
' expended for benelt. than to promote tim
t .. .f and seUi!h jobl>ori and sj>cculatora. He attacked by the squadron. At Tabasco there command consisting of some 1,200 regular : M. i li a gentleman of tlnt. of good address, Same counsel as in Beatty, vs. Ross. not only the ignorant, but those of th
said he was in favor of such system of "internal i improvements" were about 3,000 and at Alvarado pleasing manners and a very interesting lecturer.
1. troops with I multitude who
eight know
troops guns. propose to reinforce WEDNESDAY, January 20th, unreflecting ought to
by the Saf. He was averse to 181.
I (0. about 4,000. Notwithstanding these formidable Our citizens can lose nothing by patronizing the lectures.
, \ poralions; they were to likely, if successful, to become him by two regiments volunteer foot, Cornelius Taylor r,. John Baker. Argued and better, and who would know better, if they
j ? .,, oppressive and dangerous monopolies ; and if preparations, the general) impression is, and a portion of the Kentucky cavalry. Lieutenant Branch fur ,Thompson for
s.bmited. ap. could condescend to the task
appelant unfashionable of
I unsuccessful, to ocraion I los-it-s to the community in that Commodore Conner wi soon attack the is all the
. j. Kearney's company lllarra'alr" Death of
another Senator.
a which they were located. Hut hf admitted they phre.: ,.ci.rn ,. :. _rC__.,_, I pellee. iKliilrinrr for themselves. But it J is here that
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: Death has been with the Senatorial bo 21st,
ini;lit. in some aI, be Hie m>?r cuiuie means 10 On the arrival of Gen. La Vega at Vera again busy THUJD.V. January 1S1. moilern
S%. ; cnnsruc work of internal improvement, though he MMoitereywillbcthc headquarters of dy. Scarcely had the services over the lamented Philip Fraser, vs. Felix Livingston Sol'r. Opinion your Whigs most admirably display

..: f ( .) preferred that they should he undertaken Cruz, on the 16th, all the prisoners from the Major General Butler, commanding the re Darrow ceased, ere the startling announcement was delivered by Macrae,JUllict.dimising appeal. their tactics-for, they are cunning enough t
by the States on the cash and with funds squadron in the hands of the were re Two
by taxation l\tem. contribution of enemy serve. companies artillery and one,] made that another one had /alien. Judge Pennybackcr. Richard C. Spaun,vs.. George I'. Baltzell.. Argu d perceive that their of demagogical salvation .
:; : r is or by voluntary leased. It is now ascertained that but elevenof of the weak battalions hops
He had often before had occasion infantry ((4th)will compose from died in in Davis fur in and
.-' intert.t the crew of the brig Somers drifted to the the of the Senator Virginia Washington part by plaintiff error, King (for a a party, altogether upon inge.
: *. to express his sentiments i on these subjects: clse- garrison place. The trodps on the of the 12th inst. He died from a defendant in error. i
main land when she morning I .
: was wrecked, and not of nious sophisms, and ad
where, and had never varied. Jen. division Ohio Indiana capfandun"appeals
they proper ( "rlg
'* Butlers combination of brought on by dyspepsia. FRIDAY January 22d, 1S17.Spaun .
The then taken the sixteen, as was at first stated. dirler
; question was upon adoption lillhipran and ) will be at this to the mobocracy.
*., of the amendment proposed by Mr. YULEE ; audit Rodgers was at Vera Cruz. e in Kentuc.y point, and Judge P. was cut off in the prime and vigor of his ,r*.Baltzell. Argument continued by King, offscourings

'. was dt'ido in the nfativf.as follows: tried by the civil and tribunals Jetn as a tho on rout hence to Camargo and usefulness-being only in the 42d year of his age.- followed by Long for defendant in error, and continued LET t ALO E, Sir, should never have 1
military) mouth of the Rio Grande I
.r YEAS-Messrs. AVoodhrid and Yulee-2. except those His death will be felt in for further been from coat ofarms.
ami had been acquitted by the former severely Virginia in whose hearing. expunged your It
.. NAYS-Messrs. ,-rcher. Ashley, Atchison Atherton. spy which may be ordered to reinfoice Gen. i
Badger, I5a. by I'jrrow Den Trien.. : but found guilty by the latter. It is believed, Worth as above indicated. service he had been for many years.In [FOR THE FLORIDIAN.] the plume.and should be the boast of Democratic

; Breese, Cutler, Calhoun, Cass Chalm. however that the favorable verdict
Erilht. rs. more Tampico is now the House of the The ,'AId-aud-C6mfort" It would almost bad,
Thomas John garrisoned by eight strong Representatives on 14th inst., Heraldry. b a
; CIayt n, 11 Clayton, Corwin Critten- would prevail and that he would bo libera hlg.
'; den, Davis Dickinson. \ Evans,Greene, I 11'IHon. ted. companies ofartillery, and the Alabama regiment the bill to establish a government in Oregon being and I speak it not irreverently, to erase fro

.** Janiian, Johnson of M..rIard. Johnson 1..IIS- volunteers, say: 1,000 effectives. I i under consideration Mr. Burt! of South Carolina, .Words of truth the Sacred Record "
.j iana, Lewis, Min:itn, Morehcad Niles, Ru>k,Sem1 The Amalio said from Anton Lizardo consider this force quite sufficient to hold the offered an amendment to the bill, which adopted, Come to the self-condemned in heart, LET THERE BE LIGHT.
)111 1 Sevier, Speight, Sturgeon, Turney, Upham and on the 29th, a/J the following vessels As darts to a flying deer."-A>ox. LET us ALONE," is the politic and philosophic
place do
the would
controlling as we harbor. b a recognition of the Missouri Compromise,
f \rttcot-u. there: frigates Raritan, (,hag ship,) store-ship These motto of that man of iron,John C. Calhoun;
considerations in the
The bill
: ;,. "3 then ordered to a third reading ; and attracted governmental arrangement of any territory
., | was, l hy unanimous consent, read a third tile and Relief steam-ship Princeton, Schooners Petri- my attention to Victoria, before the surrender yet to b acquired. The bill prohibits involuntary Since the appearance of the annual message of our and he has, through evil and through good
'. .t passed : ta, Mahonessa, and La Prubla; and the following of but j most noble and patriotic President many of our jaded "
'am pi co ; I now deem it more servitude in Oregon. To this feature no oppositionwas I report. through sunshine and through storm.
: merchant vessels: barque John Bare I than ever important, for I have reason to believe made by the South the of whig friends have been wincing and writhing most .
,
: territory
: Correspondence of the .YCl Orleans Delta. ia, Garnet, Chinchilla, schooner Oregon lying of the proudly borne aloft among us, for two scere
piteously account
Irig.I'r : that of indefatigable fidelity of
a is north
corps observation in that of the line known as the Compromi line. In
.. : MONTEREY, Dec. 22d, 1840- 8 p. m. a schooner, name unknown. The quarter under the orders General Urrea- the settlement of the Missouri question, it Young Hickory in-ujjtaining the important trust reposed years and more. It is a motto, Sir, dear to
was enacted
.. : t tv FROM TiE SEAT OF WAn Mississippi, with Com. Perry on board, sailed having its headquarters perhaps at Tula, and that north of latitude thirty-six degrees thirty in him, and fulfil ing the responsibilities of I II the COXSTt1IO-to patriotism-to chivalry !.
: The from Saltillo in the forenoon at the same time for Norfolk, via Havana.- Chief Sentinel the walls of his
-" express sending forward advanced parties as far as minutes slavery should be forever prohibited, and I on country's battle and to the bet interests of the South. It
: brought news of the arrival of Gen. Wool She goes to Norfolk to repair, and will Victoria. ments. of his
reur Being jealous country's honor what
', in short time the Gulf all territory south of this line was left to the free is in c fleet, the rock of our political salvation:
; LatjIayej and some. .ct,SrIPrns'llJf a to Major General Patterson I less could he have done-or,in the name of patriotism I
... ...ltle choice of the people inhabiting it, so far as the and Sir assured dial wheneverIts j
.as acuwiu. rest ,
I perfectly now, for they have no fears for Cruz ; the McLane and flotilla, Tabasco ; Matamoras' 'J ICU 11/MlUClCQ to tnar.'h l...-. ...r :-"--'' '-.' --_:.., J. _...a.. quts.i" S.f.. what more than to inform the people of the U. you may
easy ,
.; 1 Worth since the conjunction. Gen. Duller and at Laguna, the Vixen and Petrel were volunteers on Victoria, with three regiments liurt's amendment was but a recognition on the part nitcd Scales the momentous fact that there .ere slglran application is abandoned, then,

i now in command of ncjt less than 0,000 let blockading. Tennessee horse.from his I division one being the of the South of t the binding force of that compromise, those among them who were by every means within the time will have arrived, when we shall b

\: men, and woe to the enemy that will :Ir. Wood comes to take charge of the this propose to move from and a willingness, and we hope a determination, to their power laboring to cripple the energies and compelled to .GIVE rp THE SHIP" of State,
., ; attempt prize crew, which to to Pensacola point, say by the 12th instant, with the stand by in all future paralyze the undying zeal of our gallant
are
.. to dislodge him. go : and IJar here i arrangements in regard to soldiery ; to and baw, in servile submission, to the central
reg troops now under
:: Before nine hours have elapsed, the division there await orders. The health of the squad. General Brigadier : territory, whether acquired by annexation, purchase smother and extinguish the fires of tbat patriotism ised and

: '. .: here will be on the road to Victoria, and ron was good. Twiggs, (except those. to be Jef in or conquest. This amendment was voted down bv which animates the bosom of everv free born and splendid potency of a consolidate
'!arrison.. oK\-a. _\ .An,1.. f.( ...T.._ -
al
-- t When armed with Bid.
but -" UL S3 to 113 Here i ii true-hearted American ? Could government. a Nick
the thing
.: nothing news of the defeat of Butler General Patterson's ayes nays. a plain indication of any b more

and Worth will turn them back. I think the From the Washington Union, January I3lh. General. Quitman. division under Brigadier the course the majority will pursue on this question, comforting to the Mexican people than a knowledge die Bank, and with "Protection, for the tale

,V march back will be performed a quick as TiE "rU lll FROM I TIlE RIO GR.\DF.I At Montemorelos, 63 miles from this I but it remains to be seen how the South \"i regardany of the fact that there were those in our midst who Protection," upheld by the two-edged sword

'. *. possible, or as the condition of the men will The dispatches received from Maj. Gener. shall effect a junction with Riley, who is infringement upon her rights, either under the herald forth to the world the disgrace that we,by Abolifionism, it will then b to late for us
\ allow. In the meantime Constitution, or under the Missouri provoking and cairying on an had .
an express will LaP al Taylor, by last night's mail there : Compromise.The unjust war, entailed
are Mon- and
from now incorporate with the column to exclaim, "LET cs ALONE Gagged and
: sent to Gen. Quitman, not to remain in Victoria tery of the 14ih December, at which date the 2d Tennessee Southern members have borne themselves thus upon our arms and country ? What l etfer" aid" .
.
V but regiment, under Or far with firmness could they desire, in their manacled, and compressed within the Ana-
; to move down to Tampico, or Soto there were no tidings of the tnovment of San. ders for that place. With this and ability and battle as one man. most sanguine moments

; La Marina. The latter place will probably ta Anna, upon the advanced post at Saltillo. force, I expect to cfiict a junction augmented with Major We notice that Mr. Brockenbrough offered an a. than that we should encourage other nations to help conda-Iike folds of a Central Power, the bated

.'. ..' he the one; as it is within 25 leagues, is I The General was to have If on the 15th for General before Victoria. mendmont which was adopted providing that the them by proclaiming in Gath and in the streets of sovereignty of our free and independent

{ :,: said here to be a passable pluce to embark or Victoria ; but if the account be true that we Paterson government of Oregon should not have power to authorize Askelon," that we were knowingly in the wrong and States" would soon b crushed and swallowed

..; disembark troops. I believe they expect to see publishod in the he You will the creation of Banks, or to pledge the faith actuated upon by none other than sinister motives i ?
that Monarch.
newspapers, must perceive one effect of the up by a monster They might in-
find provisions there landed. have returned of the for whatever. What construction would a foreigner such
e already to Monterey before ho had above indicated Territory any object Pity some put upon
proceeded arrangements will be to deed Sir
list-but it would
be
.- .- If it is true, as Mexicans allege, that a half day on his march. The force throw Major General Patterson with the one had not had foresight enough to incorporate so bold statements, and they made too, by American, the existence

jk.. .;. .. Go,'. Morales has gone there with troops, our at Sultillo, under General; Worth, is about troops of his appropriate division,, Tennessee salutary a provision in the Organic Act of Florida. 1\ho are noted for their love country? Think of of a political nonentity,-an existence, which
; (
..,**... citizen soldiers may have an opportunity of 1,700, which was to have heel reinforced according Illinois, Mississippi, Alabamaand Georgia I Senatorial Election in this, ye who at the dear cost of our country's honor would only inscribe upon their tombs the melancholy '.
Virginia.-The Hon.
R.
-. reaping fresh laurels, before old Rough and It, previous ad\.ies from General Tay. ,) on the left, and near the coast, while M. T. Hunter at would monopolize and bring your political party in memento that, srcii THINGS WERE.Your's .
.. Ready comes up. If there is a chance for a lor, by two regiments volunteers, which Major General Butler present a m'mbr Congress from favor. This i is no idle tale, not a merej" cat's paw,"
with
his division, occupies Virginia, been.electcd. the respectfully,
fight Gen. Quitman has ambition by {Legislature that
enough to would make an aggregate of about 3,000 the line of but an important subject which demands and receives .
men. communication from the State to the Senate of the United States for six A
jump into it and he commands tho COSMOPOLITE.
vcr boys Tho force at Monterey under Mai. Gen. Hut. Kin Grande to I years the serious consideration of all true-hearted
.. to him out ) Saliu. from thojtli- nf-_ lfarch nld. Itr. TfiinKir_.. ..i-i._> .torn. ST.
see in it. ler, including the division which marched on received this u .o- Americans.We IRI'8, January 20th. 1847.
: I understand Intelligence moment from ocrat of commanding influence and ability, and -
that Col. Ifarney will remain the 13th and llth succeeds could so'
December, under Generals all point out, had we a mind to do ,
many
.: behind Salio represents quiet in front. We the Hon. W. S. Archer. election LATER MBXICO. We learn from
for and took a
us look
a day two about
or Twipgs and Tie lOX
Quitman! uhich doubt political the
no was recalled of revolution papers throughout country, (the Aa-
reports a in Mexico .
..... ..t. the country in this \icnit)..* With his dragoons and rapidly marched in the direction of bracing two or three States, and directed, em. place on Friday the 15th inst., by joint vote of the (tonal Intelligencer being the foremost of that number gentleman who has recently arrived in this

1 he wi probably (explore the pas leading into Saltillo, shoul the news of the advance of against General Santa Anna but the information two houses. ,) which, from the first commencement of the city from Havnna in the steamer Mississippi
; that
of British mail steamer had reached
valley Guadalupe and such other Santa turn out to be true, would does Tlie Lieutenant war-when excitement, and heart
: amount not in an authentic form. Gt"albhip.-The Senate bill ala: every true that
cOle
South avenues west.as may Should lead the to this place, to the to about 3,400, which, with Gcn.V orth'8 I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient authorizing the appointment of this. officer, was, on. burning with wrath against the perpetrators of those Santa port Anna a few has days been before elected the Mississippi President left.of

enemy approach the command, would make a force of about 6,000. servant, motion of Mr. laid on the table in the Senate atrocious murders of our own men upon our soil-
town in any considerable force, as it is i bai'e Mangm. the Mexican republic. His majority is said
now We seen a letter from officer the and when the
: an at Bra- Z. TAYLOR, on 1th by a vote of 23 to 21. This news came that Gen. Taylor bad been
said they can do from that direction, our zos Santiage, of the 26th December which General is cut off from his to have been very small-only one or two
: here about Major U. S. A. Commanding. conilerf a test vote, and the measure may be supplies and calls being made (or

._ p. Black troops Fort -where 1,000-wi go into the expresses the opinion, that a sufficient fore The ADJUTANT GENERAL OF ARMV, considered I therefore lost. We notice that the vote volunteers to succor our little army-we say under votes.He that the transacted
time 09 doubtless TiE reports first business
was,
rounds collected at Saltillo to meet Washington, D. C. of our Senators was divided-Mr. Yulee voting with THESE circumstance,and since then many,so called !
000 of the
ammunition Mexican
and more the by leas lay the table
being
placed in With the emergency ; and if Santa Anna's movement the majority,and Mr. Westcott in the minority. whig papers,have exhibited the" black. flag"waving the Congress t o
hourly. good of wa. American overture for They
was peace.
** wel anything more than feint, he has I at their mast head and with
i and all the Anecdote of General Taylor. We indebted a zeal unknown to a
tcr, provisions that be pla- ben arc Prom then passed a resolution declaring their determination
ktt-- unquestionably repulsed. to Capt. Downing of the our Washington Corepndent Mexican bosom, denouncing the war unjust!
ced therein
from the Raymond a
one day Commissary to prosecute the war to the.last ex
Jcter Maj. General Scott, now commanding Fencibles WASHINGTON, January iS 17. These we would call Mexican
Store and for the following anecdote the 1 comforters, and richly
1,000 men could remain there until land forces in The Senate did tremities-in the words of our informant, to
alibe Mexico, dated facts which nothing to-day of consequence.The .- deserve an commissionin the
tj: they battered down the arc strictly true : ofcer's Mexican ranks, make it also
town :
strong as it is, ) from Bazos Vice President a war to the hilt. An act was
or drive-from it force that Santiago, states Gen. Taylor has several servants with him, being absent Hon. D. K. \tch- for in such capacity they could not them more dollars
: : any might enter that: lie should leave the next via Iatamo.ros erson of Missouri elated ad" passed to raise half a million of a
day was President
which tern and
i aru very impudent, and are pro acceptably cxpeditiously. These traitors, however month
; > it and Caniarr in search of permitted with but as required by the Executive estimates
official
V: In leaving Monterey and Saltillo, Gen. by which he should be news to take many privileges with the soldiers, on dissenting vote. have nothing to do with the great wLig party for the support of the army-though how the
governed accordingly. account of the indulgence oftheir The Vice President had left a note with General nothing in our opinion-we mean the
h.M j Taylor thinks both places secure from the Referring to the of the master. On majority and money was to be raised does not yet appear.
>*>, !' and has ordered reports movement of one occasion one of them used Atcherson, rtue3'ing him to act aa his substitute, most intelligent portion of it-and though our faithful
enemy, those above to fall the enemy, ho states that in some impertinence There is little doubt, we think, that in the
$ I back this the meantime, to a rather rough looking Texan Ranger but after debate this was decided to be irregular and Chief Magistrate should point them and
in should out
( on place, case they not be etenls may take him to exhibit capital and its vicinity a pxa. peratedstata
able to maintain their ground. .if Santa Anna be the Monterey; and that, for which he was knocked down and unconstitutional and Gen. A. \'a elected. A motion them in all their deformity, unmarked, to the of prevails very the Mexican! popu

*"-. >. Your on offensive, ho must severely belabored. Tho bawl- was then made to refer the 23d rule,on the con- people which was certainly his f'elng among
} city will be shortly I graced by the be epulsed&c.. pretty negro duty-why should In the remoter provinces all accounts
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cd nut the nf hi lnn anA struction of which all the difficulty occurred to the the whole whit _
at ton _
;
ui lew -- -- n.* .. .fn.lantor"Old ..... .. Ire m.ke tuch n 'pr.ihl..ni.. tt_ would
, 4".i presence a more 01 the uamsiJtru. In.l One of the letters we have seen from .rY indicate that there is apatfty.-
: ti stead of shooting those who had been temporizing Rio Grande, of so recent date the Rough anJ Rready was on the ground Judiciary Committee, which was agreed to. bout it, and worry itself almost unto death ? greater

as December in a perfect fume, and thus address The House passed the military bill for raising ten We know many learned and honored
our free austerely whigs who
t. soldier the are given a 28, (the latest,) expressly states : .We Unio.Te
1-1 to New hascf' here are ed tho Ranger :* regiments of Regubr..leuing out the Lieutenant are as much opposed to the deleterious course .
t passage Armstrong without accurate information, and the I pursued way annexation is done
.! : also been permitted to go to New Orleans.CHAPARRAL.. gcn now commanding all the ** You are a scoundrel sir ; you belong to a General. Gen. Dix reported in the Senate the Lieu by a number of whig editors and party officers, following is an extract i Eur.-

,: ral.in.chief, has determined to move marauding party, and are here for the purpose tenant General bill, and a similar bill to that of the as Gen. Taylor and his gallant army would b them- Ferdinand,of Austria,on the recent
rapidly -
r..1.! ( forward, with tho view of robbing and pillaging, and for no honest House (or ten regiments. selves. We respect the"whig party:'and are fully defeat of the three' Empires in swallowing up

: From the N. O. Mercury,Jan. 7. facts upon which ho can rely. ascertaining Wo should purpose I I" Mr Yulee made several reports in the Senate on prepared to believe that there are a true patriot without a grin the Republic of Cracow.
The
:;1: LATER FROM THE GUL' SQUADRON-CAP- have been off to-day, but for the of he Ranger, who knew perfectly well who different subjects.Mr. among them a amongst any body politic in the 44 A sad experience of 16 years however,

i TURE O! landing our saddle: horses from difficulty steamer was addressing, drew himself up and thus Westcott of your State laid before the Senate world and i is a source of regret to know that there has demonstrated that Cracow has not fulfilled

' D 're Campeachy schooner Amalio, a prize yesterday." liar shrewdly got out of i: You're a d-d old a letter trom Governor Moaeley, respecting the removal arc many who for the sake of opposing the Administration the conditions of its independent existence,

:: takfn by the U S. steamer Mississippi, on The 'force under Gen. Wool at Parras is sir I would; and if you were General Taylor him. of the Seminole Indians from Florida and of James K. Polk, would and do resort to unjust and that since 1830 it has been the constant

the 27th ult., is coming up in barge of passed abut 2,400, which is in excellent order.- self tell you 8 I 1" some papers transmitted with it. which were referred and anti-American measures-even to the aiding focus intrigue against the three protecting

I ft I.: midshipman Darbour, of the MUsi&sippi, Capt. Washington's company of flying artillery filled with General is said to have turned of to the Indian Committee, and ordered to be and comforting the enemy of our common coun. Powers.-Finally, in the month of February

.. and a prize crew. more than 100 strong, has a of muttered "laughter, scratching bis head, '. printed. I learn this subject of removing the Indians try. What a foul blot upon the country and characters of the present year, it became the theatre oi

:- The Amalio brings le"erl days later intel 8 pieces, and is represented to be one battery of the "el, I believe you would. .1' has been the topic or strong letter from Gov. of those noble and worthy volunteer who have more violent and dangerous scenes than

___. __ Lexington Mix .
I' ; ligcnce from the squadron, and wo are indebted IIIUM fiui-iem! o aim wen appointed ( : ) Advertiser Moseley to the President, and the President .referred forsaken not only houses,lands and pecuniary interests ever. "

:": to passed midshipman arbour, and which belong to the army. It probably companies is the Aid and it to the Indian Office. I have been informed but their cherished wives and children and the 44 Deliberations have bean entered into

[ tbo chief engineer Wood, who also came on best, as it is the strongest. Whatever his Cofort.The President yonr delegates last session urged this matter, and a comforts of home to enlist a common soldiers under with the special plenipotentiaries ofthe courts
_ the Amalio for the following be the may message, us. these words as applicable measure tending to effect it insisted the Indian their of Berlin and of
interesting par truth of the rumors afloat, it will be to those opposing the warVbat is I on countr'. banner-to expose themselves to St. Petersburgh, the result
aid and
ticulan: seen that, with the junction of Wool's division, comfort to !I" affairs in Florida being trnferre from the War all kinds of hardships and hazard even death itself which has been the conclusion of a convention

j' Com. Perry arrived at Laguna on the 20th which should b counted upon, General Tay. &c. the&c.enemy Is that all Furnishing men I Office or Army to the Office,and the appointment -and all for an .unrighteous cause !I" With what signed at Vienna, on the 6th of Novem

il ult. with t.team r. Mississippi, Vixen, Ie.Il lor, upon this emergency, will probably be at money, with ? No. Charging : of agents to visit the Indiana. vindictive scorn would their names b remembered ber ofthe present year, and in virtue of which

f' ire), and Bonit and landed the same day. the head of an army of more than seven thou your own country injustice towards I i is even feared by your citizens that there will in after life by every friend justice and mankind the three Protecting powers of the city of

: and fife hundrd pounds of powder, de. and and .we hare fear of the result. Alelcthreatning doing t.impeach the Pros!. b outbreaks in the Spring when the Indian will How degraded would thei(? patriotic posterity feel. Cracow revoked and suppress the treaties of

:: etroycd feeD cannon, and disarmed abut ff exon wih a statements, we lay try These duty and-declaring similar declarations ou coun. be.near starving. The Government should furnish and how indignant at having,such ancestors I theJJdjof May 1815. That city and id terriloryfgeiuequentJy -

ty they affected to before our an Interesting letter fro, are bankrp comforts and, them with provisions to prevent hit,and get them We heard a whig,some two or three.weeks ago..-. return under our sceptre, Mth

. ,. an aye, eng. away peaceably.This I think they will do, if Mr. and I jam with whom we are well acquainted-pray y, belong, preview to the peace of Vienna,

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on the 14th of October, 1809, to our late magistrate' Court. Gad<.d Sheriff.Sale. tke act ------- I.
en E rom of C ,, of Mar eft, Leave Thomr ----
: L father and our ancestor We have l for that TiE Justices ot the Second District,Leon County virtue of two writs of fri f.ci., issued from 1S45, ; 3. at Monticello ille same every day TurM.y.t I a n, arrive 10. Tin distances are given aceordrnf to the bat -1

reason, taken possession of the cilj and its hold their next Court on the second Mon BY Clerk's office of the Court tot the ..fr be further enacted it shall be the 3322. From Quincy to Cbattahoochie pm. 21 miles information ; bit no incmse pay will be ,allowed rt I

territory. We annex them forever to our day in February. Return di>. 2'. th January. John County of Gadsden. Middle Circuit of Florid, and duty the Potmur General, Tat lotnre. letting and back, twice a week. should thrj prove to be greater than is advertised if )P- I
XVilwn, J. W. Sherwood and Robert are the to me directed, wherein John G. Conn and..J. L.Smallwood ol con tract. Leave Quincy the plaerm are correctly I &tim<*L j .
form F.cr transportation of I and
fo themail.told Tuesday at
and declare them to an every Thursday 4
11. The is
crown insepara. p POBmaster.General(
ministerial prohibited
law
officer of Court Under arragement are plaintiff i and A. II. Campbell is defendant the same,in every case, to the lowest bidder tender m,arrive at Chittahoochie same days by 9 m. by C'from
ble portion of our empire, with which we incorporate of the Mas'utrate i *, be but one collecting I have le\'it upon, and will offer for sale, log sufficient guarantees for faithful performance, Leave Chattahoocbie every Wednesday and P Friday ration knowingly making a contract for the trannpor- : I
of the aiail with
them. docket, which will be under the direction of a ma. before the Court door, in the town of Qutncy, : without other reference to the mode of such transportation at 1 a m, arrive at Quincy same days by Ga m. any person who shall base J.

S jority of f the undersigned i Justices. Each officer will on Monday, the first day of February 1917 within: than may, be necessary to provide (or the Proposals 'for trieeldYIte"ice will be considered. entered into ii combination to any combination, or proponed to enter .
be held responsible for the in his hands I legal hours the described to wit: due celerity 323. From any to prevent the making of any t
following
I' Giren in our imperial Palace, at Vienna paper put property, certainty..D security of such transpor Chattahoochie, by Ocbese, Blounts- bid for a mail contract other
tor collection. Office, foi the present, at the Court One nero boy named Washington, about 1G years tation; nor sbal any new contractor hereafter be re- town, lola, and Fort Gadsden, to Apalachicola', !;> shall have by any person or persons i
the llthof November 1816 in the I or made .
on 12th I House. any agreement, or shall have gi 1' J
named! about old to miles and back
old Jim. 10
; one neroboy 'fn ; quire purchase out, or take at a valuation, the ,twice a week from 1st October to let en or performed,
jear of oar reign. FERDINAND. C. F. \RTLE J. P. also, one negro woman named Ellen- about 25 years ( or vthidt of any previous contractor far the of June in each yearand once week the residue. consideration to do or,promised or not to do In,give any or thing perform whatever any !

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.\ ,I same route. From ht October to let June. lo induce ,
Beginning of the Year in rariou Ration EDWD. M. WEST J. P. old.Levied upon !the property of said defendant and 33: Bidders will be careful to read the forms and Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Frid.y tract. Pailicnlar any other attention person not called to bid lor the a mail con 4

-The Chaldeans' and Ejy ptians' year were Januarj' 23, 1'1. 27 to b said to satisfy. the said writ of fieri facias.. instructions appended to this advertisement. They at 12 m,arri.e at Apalachiculanratday by fi p m. tion of the act of 1&36, prohibiting coi&tunaUs lo 2Mb,1If'C-la : !

dated from the autumnal B. e. WEST, Strit are requested to state, in their proposals, the mode Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thursday prevent bidding. t.
( qUIflO. The ec Of.KICK OF THE SECRETARY or STTF, ) January 2, 1S47. 21 By R. I'. !, S. by which they intend to convey the Where at 5 a m, arrive at Chattahoochie next days by 11 12. A bid received after time f i
mail a to wit
clsiuticl] year of the Jews began in the Capitol, Tallalu. ..ee, January Wh, IS 17. J tit size and weight of the mails, or called m. March next, at 9 a. m., or without the : the 10th t .

spring ; but in ci.i affairs they retain the TIF:: und.risnt will receive poPlsal.until the Educational.TTTANTED in
epoch of the Egyptian jear. The ancient
Chinese reconed from the new moon nearest Law and Journals ot late ( A"embl V EnzlishLanffu The advertiser would b ,as the case may ; ,consequently, such arrive at Apalachicola next Friday by 11 a m petition with a regular proposal not adjudged to be S
throughout the various CountK-S in this Stall. willing logo lo any ;part of the country. routes will b let to bid proposing such mode of con- Leave Apalachicola etery Mondjy at 9 a am,arrive ex'rnaant.

the middle Aquarius.: The year of Unu. JAMES T. ARCHER, For further particulars, apply at the Southern vejance. I all other cases Ihe'routes will he as. at Chattahoochie next Wednesday by II a m. 13. A bukler may ofVr, where Ihe transportation d

Jus commenced in farch, and that of Fuma in Januarj 01? 1"2- ; :Ht Secretary of State. Journal office.Jamnry signed to bid* proposing the cheapest mod of trans Proposals for an additional weekly trip from 1st | called for in Ibr.dferti. .enl isdifHcull or ;mprac. -

January. The Turks and Arabs date their :, 1M7.- 21 portation.PROPOSALS. October to let June will be considered. ticable at certain seasons, to substitute an inferior .
:Roller.OIX 3i21. From
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\rarfrom the 16th' f July. DremschilJ St Jo-eph'eo4paIachicoljs miles mode of conveyance, or to intermit service a specified .
( rGemschild I month after {1.te,1 shail present accounts I Mastodon Cotton Seed. FOR CARRYING THE MAILS OF and balk,twice a week from 1st October to let June, number of days, veek, or months. lie na.(
king of'IVrsia: obv>rvcd. on the k3 and ,' 17, and once a week the residue of the year. propose la omit an office I that is inaccessible, or is

day of his public entry into persopolis, that the Prolnti ui Lwiii Co'int\ for Idler* of dismission as for the sale of the pure Mastodon Cotton od, the 3'Jth June, ':1, inclusive, wil b. reCeived at From 1st October to 1st June. not on the stage vuad, the railway, or at a steambuat I 1-'

sun entered into Aries ; and in comtiuMnora- \]iard. direct from Richard Abbey. ESIJ", ol Musiisippi. He the contract tfice of the fut : Department, in Leave St. Joseph's every Monday and Saturday at landing.as the case may be; or he may offer to substitute a

tion of this fortunate he fate sanl CountdereaM d.LLIZ I will bate b>' the next H..llro 1 New Orean. CO.Jbttshds the city of Washington 9, a m., of the 10th 7am. arrive at Apalachicola. same day by 5 p am. an inferior! mode of supply in sutb cases. Ho -
t
} event onaiHd the \nlTI CLEAVELANP, Adm'x.Jantiart and has nearly. all ol it ;: a?td. 'March, t.17,(to be dei.lt.d by the 1st day of April) Leave Apalachicola every Sunday and Friday at 7 may propone different day and hours of departure
eginningofthe to (' from the had better leatetheir order at and on the tud in the and time herein a m, arrive at St.
)year It 41, t"ti. 27 CmPIMXTS wishin it once, rOll. manner specified JospphV same days by 5 p am. and arrival, provided no more running time i.i asked, '
autumnal to the verieil 1 eq'iinox. The Kntch- be sure of getting the genuine article. tiz : From 1st June to 1st October. and it is obvious that no mail connexion or other

mutt begin their )year with the new moon in ONLY. Januar :, ls47. 21 FLORIDA. Leave St. Joseph's every Saturday at 0 a m,arrive public accommodation It prejudiced. He may ask a j $
3i01. Fron St. Au astine, by Jacksonville and \palat.'hicoluameday by 7 p m. for more running lime lo lb. trip, during a specified
April. The Mexicans begin in February: J. U. Fortune Kirkhnd to ."1. Ga. Leave Apalachicola 1.
SPRING S1'YLES-1'17. 'a.rtt by Mary, 90 miles and back,oncea every Friday at 12 m, arrive number of diat certain seasons of peculiarly bad i.

\* hen the leaves beinn. to row preen. Their QOO FINE TL'RKEV for which he will P;v \((1.l.pa'C at St. Jfsoeph'ssamedaby 10 p m. road; but beyond these changes a proposal for ..r.wi 'et ,

year consists of eighteen months, hat'in? .J\\J one dollar and twent\-fi\e cents per .pair. St. A1zustin everylnesda.\ at 2 a m.ar- _32: :: From Brinbridge. Ga. bv rhn,raK,,, .v;_ ,. HifTorentYrnm Miff. artrprtioomont. unit. ..-.*-..., :1. & 't.
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LEE & I5REWSTER : rice at St. MaV next day by 12 m.Leave Ri ngoId, Marianna, Semi rlock's SpringLbiii; : : y. -i.t;
twenty days each, tie last fife are spwit in Also, 200 Ducks. being considered in competition a regular l 'bid ; J
January 2. 1.47. 21 St. Mary's every Thursday at 1 p m, arrive Campbcllton. Geneva Almirante, Milton and Floridatow not set aside for extravagance ; and where a bid contains .
CEDAR
mirth .
and no business is Ftiflered to be done, JI NEW YORK. :
0 STRrrT at St.ngustiie next day by I 11 p m. n, to Pcnsacola.231 miles and back,three times of the above alterations,their .
nor even any scrtioe in the lemplfs. Tilt PM!? leave in inform lU-'alers in Ir\ Goods,, that they By the last Arrivals from New York 3:;'12. From St. Au. u.ine. by New Smrrna.St. L'ine R week. will be any estimated in comparing it with disadvantage other 6 1.f '

liyssinians have five i.le! days at the end of luve ri-cencxl, aId are now exhibiting at TiE I and Miami river, to Key \ cst, G OU< miles and Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, and sa 1:1- propo I

their year, which commences on the 26th of W \REHOtSE EXCLUSIVELY for Printed WE have rcei\.ed a very superior: sf)le of hick, twice a month. Friday at 2 a in, arrive at Pensacola ocry Tuesday 14 There should be but one route bid for in a pro. .

The roes, I French Back Cloth, Lease St A'Wistine on the let and 15ih of each Friday, and Sunday, by 4pm. peso). !.1 i
August. American Indian reckon from ; :J.
5 C 5 Superior Style \Vool.dye Cloth, month, arnv.n at Key West in wtcn dits. Leave Pensacola every Sunday, Tuesday and Fri 15. The unto,the service,the!n.l1PaY.IMoLid { (
the first appearance of the rnoon at the vernal Corrii>nsui! all the Hottle Green French Leave Key '.V*."t mi tt bib and 2j of each. month, day, at Sam, arrive at" Bainbridge every: Tuesday, der's name and residence,and the name ol each number p ,. l

equinox.-The .Mahometans begin their year : arrive at St .\I"I.rint: in seven d.iys. I Thursday, and Sunday by 10 p In.I of the firm, where a company otTers should h: t
x.' OHm Brown" :
the minute in which the sun enters Aries. Spring SiyIis, Proposals for ,In'icc once a month \\41 be considered. I Proposals to commence the routeat Chaltahoochie, distinctly stated-al!o the mode of conveyance if a 1iJ .
Of HrituJi, Frrnrh, and .linmran Coffee Brown will be considered. I
The Venitians Florentines and the 1'isans in .Mfn rQrflrt; higher mode than on 1 horseback is intended. j
whir, in \I)1>IT1ON to thl'l u-ual stock, render -AL."0Cas 3VJ1.' Frrm St. Augustine to Picolata., IS miles Proposals (or once a week, also for twice a week 10. The bid should be sent under seal, addressed .f
Italy, began the year at the vernal equinox. a..orlmrnt one <>t t tin- nit t beautiful and at- and back, once a week. service, mil be considered. to the First Assistant Postmaster General}, with Q

The French year during the reign of the Merovingian tractne in the city and luxu. trrs/ teen purchased .inirre< or the latest Style. Lea't St Augustine: (every Tuesday a 7 a m, ar- :.V;!$(:;. From Mananna, by' Oaky Hill,and Holmes' "Mail PropcsalsinthaeStateuI.-"vgitennn. 1' i

race, "began on the day on which FOR fiSt! \M) SIIIIKT CRLPIT, READY MADE CLOTlIX< rin' at Pirolata same rah! \ 12 in. Valley, to Uchee Anna, 00 miles and back, once a the face of the letter; and should be despatched in "t t

the troops were reviewed which was the 1st Are of.'rc-l the or j.arkre on the tame (: Cal and purchase tho e who want guxllnrsains.BULL Lave IVoljta every Monday at 10 p m, arrive at w ei Leave"k. time to be received by or before the 10th March next, t '
Marianna
THC St. next day bv a m. every Thursday at C a m, arrive at9o'clocka.am. "
March. Under rm at and t' minntacturers prices. ; k \TORIUS. : at :
tb Carlmmgians it beganon Cataloini I.o( ot t ( daih',) are placed January 2, 1s-17. 21 Proposals for twire', also for three times a week Uchcc Anna next day by 5 i p m. 17. The contracts are to be executed by or before 1' ,
Christmas day. am) under the CapefansonKaslerday. in the..)Iniid-i: of tu'Crs.prictlurrt"td service, will be considered. Leate Uhccnna every 1 uesday at G a m, arrive the 1st July next. S. t..l

The ecsclenaMical the 1 3:1)1.! From Caret's Ferry, by Fort Mananna next day by 5 p m.T Postmasters at office situated
begins I Purchasers. will inform thcme'.res! of the stair' ofthtmark..t. !oI 'c. Harletlew- :27. From : upon or near Jt: I
I first Sunday in Advent. Charles IX appointed and lie \.1 repaid lor an examination, l he rented l on Tue"cla12th instant, on the n.n"'i.and Ellisvihle, t( Alligator, ( ar"l, Mananna miles Jackson county, to St. Andn.w.s railroads, but more than eighty roils from a depot, :'
WILL week. and hack, once werk. ,
once a a
\ after the
in 1561, that for the future the ciiil e \en if th 'V' do not purchase( the tract of Linci known as the Leave Mananna immediately 1st April nur. reiit a ros.ill
I,. B. ha Leave Garey's Ferry every Tuesday at 4 p m, arrive every Thursday at G a marrive at that fact to the department stating their exact distance ?
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'e piTuliar advantascs for exectitinp BERRY PLACE:, him: thiee miles north of Talla- ; ,
year should commence on the 1st of January.'lie for& orders -, at Alligator next day by I:in. St. Andrew's Bay next day G p m. from the railroad depot, and bow otherwise i 4''
vtfullv / the Thomas\ille Theie between
an re-i solicitedLIIi on are
ha.'f
Julian calender printI.irh rl.il Leave .Alligator Monday at 2 m arrive atGarev's Leave St. Andrew's Bay every Tuesday at 6 supplied with the mail enable
which was M o called .: A IHir.WSTKK three and f.ur hundred acres every. p am.arri"t to the Postmaster ; 1 .) -
from Julius ana is the old account of : \DFORIV: () t'ar-lnd.1lro. Ferry next day bv 1O a m. Mananna next day by t) p m. General to direct the proper supply lo be made from .
Ca'sa 4.Jar Street.January Proposals; for twice, also for three times a week .:&.>. From Geneva, Ala-, to Clay Bank, 2G miles the railroads by mail mhlit'llgeu.trr m and after the t 1
the l year. .was: reformed I by Pope _Gregory in 2JltI7.1 27 II-JS melD. l. !Ut\IWUlm. service, will be con-iderf. and back, once a week. hat July next. : J

Io"2, which |PItl was suggested by Lewis 21 : ":-2w.f JIO. Judge.January2,1617. 3;)j. From ,)\ to Alligator, 70 miles Leave Genet a every Tuesday at & a m, arrive at 19. Under the act of 3d March 1S15. the route is 'tit (

Lilio, a Calabrian astronomer. The Du'ch) ; Sale 1st JTonto.l in J'tbritary, 1" -47. aol.f bark, once a week. Clay Bank same das bv 5 .P m. to be let to the lowest bidder tendering miffiri'nt ..s5

and the Prt.'slant in Germany induced 1.i.f.Mirnirsalc.BY Just Kereived by J. It. FAriune, Leave Jdck"on-ilt every Tuesday at C p m, arrive Leave Clay Bank every Monday at Pam, arriveat guaranties for faithful )performance, wiihutibr \ ;
at AIIlo by t 12 m. Geneva same day by 5 I' m. reference to tie mode of tran'p >rtation than may be i(1 ;
the new stjle in 1700.( The ancient clergy virtue 01 a writ of f fin fa'ia. siud out of Per Schrs. Radius and Boston, very arrite 332.'. From Pensacola, by Cut j II
I the Alligator Monday at 2 p"m, atJacksonville Honey Ala., and necessary to provide for the due celerity certainty, f.
Clerk's o'iid _
he .
reckoned from the 2,",th ol March and tlio ol 1 Circuit Court for I the : Blakely', to Mobile, 72 miles and back .
; POWDF.RI'.D: M'GR, next day by a m. three times a and security of such tran!p<>rtatic>n. aJ ,
( o! I Mulillf ( ,
of
method was obsened in Britain until the introductionof I I wlnr lu.II:'in ,l.wl' J.11 Stewart i. irruit i and 11.rdd! CRUSHEDND -, Malaga Rnsins, Proposals for twice, also for three times a week week.Leave. When the lowest bid proposes a node of conveyance j2 ;
| 1.ldinlir 1"\1 on this will be considered. Pensacola every Snndiy Tuesday, and Fri. that inadequate for the route in lo tie : 1Po'
the uewMjtle A. I H. 17-V.J i ." .diiiiuistrjtr i" ':.' hi\e Brandt Cherries, Dried Curra it., !t'r\irt ro'df is respect J
; ntt'rl 1..41. ; \ Goshen Butter and Buckwheat Flour, :'Ox;. From Pilatki, by OrangeS,'rinz", Fort Kmz, dn; at 5p m, arrive at Mobile next day by 11 a m. rer'ainIYltecurity. and celerity of the mails, a ido .
which our 3 ear commenced! ; on the lIt l of al. ujKin!MOU-J; ,' d and \ .1 li l.\ M' I 'r silt! ', lit fort' the Court No 1 Micktrel, Sperm &. Adamantine CandlesNo. Long Swamp, Okahumka Fort Dade, and Fort Foster I.ca"eI.hile every Monday, Thursday, and Satur trom any acccmmodatitxi for travel,it will not be en- !

uary. d tV In* "tor, in ( willun of J.i-pcr j hour on the firM Mon- 1 Soap, Famil> and White Scented Soap, to Tanpa. I-Vi.miles and back, once :\oek. day at 12 m, arrive at IVnsacoIa! next days by a m. titltd to the route 1 f
next, the following
I''brin'fanI. J'al ,, Ctlsate Starch.c, i.c. Lave Pilatka every TIe.1 at 10 a m, arrive at Proposals for daily service will be considf red. 2U. When the bid does not name a mode of conveyance .m .

Abstemious Diet.-Many cases of illness, The.1""lft.-West oj I the, to wit January 2, l"n. 21 Tampa np t Friday by 5 P m. 3:t":;H< From Key West, by Indian Key" to Charleston it will be taken and understood to be for the '
both of i S.nll-I'a'f 4, of .Iiln IS, in Leave arrive S. C, 7JO( miles and back, month. louekt mode of wit
adults and children, be readily Tampa every Tuesday at 10 a m, at once a conveyance, to : on horseback. ,
of
may I t and
l.'l. East:
cured by abstinence from all food. Township Xo.1. Ian_ ( ; alsolot To Sii ar K'Zaiitc-rs. Pilatka next Friday by 5pm. Leave Key West from the Iftth to the 20th of each When it proposes to carry according to the advertisement 6 :
of I I'l I, North sub} l Ea-it tlu- ;
Jlah'- 0. H.me ; also, for week service will considered. month, arrive at Charleston with all and mode stated .
East 1 DOZEN SACRYNOMETERS, received and Proposals twice b practicable despatch no of conveyance is for \t #
of the North-west just
aches, disordered stomachs, & attacks i 4, of Section 2, Township .
many '
the in the
1 route be considered
for sale by P. A. IIAYWARD.Noember adertilt'mf'lIt.il.wiU
1, Rane I 13, in all
IMOhundred
are caused often \II y violating the rules acre, more or containing l less. and (:i1) 21,1 1c1r. IS ::1)1.) From Pihtka, by Enterprise,to Mellonville, Leave Charleston on the 1st day of each month, as offering only! for horseback conveyance. !9J. .

of health, and in consequence some par of the Levied J as the of aid defendant 11't. mile' !and back, once a week arrive at K-y West with all practicable despatch.Proposals 21. Since tb* passage of the act of March 3lSlg, i, jI
upon property and OF LETTKISS in the Leave Pilatka at 10 arrive fiubrace Cape Florida and St. I of bid has been received. It
was overloaded of the be bold remaining even Tuesday a m, at Augustine a new description specifies : J
system or som organs to to lotifpald writ ol lien facia*_ LIST :
:-Oihce at Tallahassee, Forid., the let Mellonville next day by 5 p m: will be considered.nili. no mode of conveyance,but engages to carry he :

are clogged. Omitting, one, two or threemeals Jannar*" Ki. 1M7. _JDSIAH.'. -Sheritl T. Hamilton B\IMEN: ) Januarv. 1M7Ailoii. .. Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 10 a m, ar- :: From Key West to St. Augustine COO miles : mail with certainty, celerity, and security using the : 'I-fi' ,*

a the case may ft, gives the system- a Co. un; __., rfiiinril P.. llilm._ uu-----.J Ji enh lL.nrr _11)Ariiild. I rite at Pilalka next day by :p in. and bark tire a month. terms cf the law These bids are called from the 4 "

chance to rest, and allows the dOtdor an' holier.OIX G. Jones, I is" Martha I, 3">OS. From Mellonville to New Smyrna, 30 miles Leave Key West on the Sth and 23d of each month manner in which they are designated on the books of iA'

to dispose of their burdens.-The practice of month, after d.I(', I t'resent my final ac- ..hen U.\n M. Juries, Mis. .'irabellaAu5tsu and back, once a \eek. arrive at St. Augustine in seven days. the department." star lidi." It has been decided, ; f'

to clear the stomach O r nl Pro- ; Richard JoneOrinond T. 2 Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive Leave Augustine' on the 1st and loth of each maturecon.iderationthat abid proposing aspe-

giving drugs out tflt.lii. and for the Count' t>f Jrflerson( and apply fora Ilzh.m, 1"Iert J etcoat, J. fl. at New Smt rna same day by :p m. month, arrive at Kev West in seven days. cHic mode of conveyance of as high a grade two- \ :

tho-igh it may affiird the needed temporary: discharge Administrator of the estate of Cleuient Janncrna": J. \\ IVilliam N. Leave New Smyrna every Wednesday at C a m,ar- Proposals to terminate this route at Cedar Key instead horse coach transportation is to be preferred to the I'I'aner

relief weakens the system while abstinence r \r:Stephens! late of said Countdeceasrd.J Eran: Joseph L John.onnn. : :! rice at Mellonville same day by 5 p m. of St. Augustine will be conoidered. tar bid. The experience of the department enablesit : !

secures the good result without doing an in. J.\\ GADSDEN. Brown, EZtklc Job on, Nci lee 3VK). From Newnansville to New River, 22 miles ? Proposals for supplying the following offices in to lay down the following rules. viz: .

) M'lnticeHo. Januarv 1'i, 'IM" 2'; tm; no'er, Kiiiebon, \\ li.mIrom. and back, once a week florida, it a sum to be named, and subject to the When the mail op the route U not so large as to' f
jury. : (;en. J. S Loom, Wm. Leave New nansv'ille every "Wednesday at 1 m, arrive condition; of being limited to the nett proceeds of the require two-hcr coach conveyance a star bid, if ,
Said a young gentlemen to a distinguished 11155 IC '1'. d. Joha' J.......I.,. C. i9 Ph D. at ?*- n:_._ -?..I-r" i., .p .- J ,tT China; bid. %i' .
medicinal in Philadelphia : Doctor :( ( 1k-ale. }au'l' IV. Lamb, hose N.Erooks Leave New River every Wednesday at :a m, ar- from Quincy, 12 miles and back once 22. When the mails are of such size and weight ae- ,
practitioner I A JFmorf ci'pios Hfadlet's Napoleon and : Mrs. Eliza: Ladle, Miss CatllaineBurdi. live at Newnansville same day by 12 in.35IO a wetk. to render it necessary or expedient, in reference to :
what do you do for ,-ourself whenou I Ils hr.hal.1..'.. a fine Guitar, for sale. bJanu.sry ", Joseph' Lamar, Geto. Mir.beauItroward ; From Newnansville, by Santa Fe, and Fort Reform from Quincy 10 miles and back, once a them alone, to provide two-horse coach conveyance 4. i

hate a turn of headache, slight at. : J i'17. .. P. A. 1\YWMtI lrr.cis :I"haI, t'nitc States Fanniag, to Cedar Keys, liW miles an/i back, once a weik. tbe specific bid, though tbe highest will be preferred !I' }

tock '" For Sale. Ir01son, lIon. Isaac 2 Ieril, Benjamin wetk. Troy, from Columbus, 35 miles and back, once a to the star bid, to the extent of a noderate difference .: I'

*. Go without dinner !' was the reply. In'ant: Moses Mon'in, lluii. Vi'illiamP.ovideii. Leave Newnansville etery Wednesday at 7 am, week.Woodstock in the compensation, in case the difference : 4 (
my t \ F.\RM situated. a'lout! two and a half miles west J. M. J. Mecunikin, William II. arrive at Cedar Keys nex day by P m. Mills from St. Mary's 20 miles and is not such as to interfere with the policy of the new- 10 t'.c i
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.And if that does lot cure iou, what j .JA. ol Motion Court House It consists of lour Mary, C. C. Leave Cedar Keys every Friday at 6 a m, arrive at back, once a week. law,which looks lo a reduction in the cost of trans t7J t 'I

then eighth of lir"t ijinhti' of I.inf lind, aut! Mi acre l.kt'r.Jonalhan: htilot, Jo.JJ! M.llird Newnansville next day by n p m. Form of a hid where !o change from advertisement portation. Exceptions, however may be allowed I t

.Go without my supper. opened well waters. with excellent sjinnzs, and : ,(Capt U.lid Miirieljy, 1tarrion 2 d,11. From Newnans-'ille, by' Fort Clark, Waca. is contemplated by the bidder. where tbe star bid is made by the present owner flf -

** But if that does not cure what a rontorlablcdwelling. houv. The o itl>uildinns? ar.al C"wdt,1r.lariet Miller. John hootie, and Micanopy. to Fort King, 01 miles and I (or we as the case may be,) [here write the the stock on the route and it is manifest (hat the ''s ;'

you, new, the barn and cm-home 'spacious and com- Ctwart, Iuwdl, back, once a week. name or names in full] of [here state the residence reasons for preferring the specific bid do not exist in ,l

then ? m"lioi There i.on the tra"t a :.rior orchaiJ Catherine, ;.lre. Netulson.Johrt TflbfrtCah".n Leave New nanst ille every Wednesday at S am, orresidences) hereby propose to carry the mail on his ca.se. .

"Go without my 1m'akfact.Ve physi. of Il'afhe', Fiss, &(. ; also a vounineard; which Juhn Martin Dr. J. I). arrive at Fort Kin; nest day by 'p m. No. from to a? often as the advertisement 23. On routes of the highest class, where four- jt

seldom take medicines ourselves or use the last year produced from :Ti to -10 bu.hfl. of fut Copdand; Dr It Oli.tr 1'wtOI, Miu Nancy Leave Fort King every Frilly at s a ra, arrive at requires in the time stated in the schedules, horse coach or steamboat transportation is required .

cans in families fur we know that starving Crap<-s. character for health is unquestionablepplv Coliorn, James O'eil, D.'id Newnanstille next day by .p m. and by the following mode of conveyance, to wit : by the size and importance of the mails the preference 1$ I

our .\ to the EJitorol the I'londuri.oroti the premise Cllmmil Cooper T. O/borr, Bt.uj. C. :l 1J. From Wacahootie. Emathla, Camp hard, [Here state how it is to be convoyed,] for the annual for the specific bid will be,if necessary,carried .*

is better, but we cannot make our pa. to W. C. MILLER. Cook, J..hl: Powell, %Villiam R. 2 Homosa, Augusta, and Chocohatie, to Fort Dade, sum of 9 ." fo a greater extent of difference than on the inferior :

tients believe it. Jarman 0,1 lI7.- 2" C0t. James 14r"uno, Hr. Stephen yss miles and back, once a week Dated. coach routes, subject, however, to the exceptions t

Many cases of slight indisposition are cured Carter, Sanuel McD. Parsuls. Lewi3 N. Lave Wacahootie every Thursday at I a am, arrive Form ot guarantee to accompany each bid: above stated. b -
For Sale. Dade next Saturday by m. "The undersigned [here insert the name of the 24. modification of aliid, in of itse *enlial
l> a change of( diet.i Thus if a suilers C..lf.C, George I'eepener, A ut bony at ;p any t*
y (person 10HO RrnnLS CORN a"J lots <.* FODDER. Cha'nn,Josiah Charlie! L.Carr. Leave Fort Dade every Monday at 6 a m, arrive at I guarantor and guarantors] guaranties that, [here insert terms,is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be received .'

from constipation, hl a headache, slight i\J\J\J will .old low, if applied for immcdiattU Mr. 10wt.I I'resfoa Wacahootie next Wednesday by 5 p m. name of bidder or names of bidders, as the case so as to interfere with regular competition, t4! 5

tacks of fever or dyspepsia, the cause at-\\ '. FdljHl| of f E L. STROHKCKEIt, or Clutch &. Ilickinoon lleRcardon luf1am.,:1."ler. 4 3513. From Allizator, by Suwannee Shoals to :, may I lit',] il his (or their) bid for carrying the mail after the last hour set lot receiving bids. 7

often he removed I by eating rye mush and molasses Jstua 17 jr.. BETTON &HIGGS. J. H. Blount's: Ferry, 3:miles and back, once a week. from to be accepted by the Postmaster C. JOHNSON,

baked apples and other fruits. lhit'.lil'. Wm. Hu."clhram s A. Leave Alligator every Thursday at 5 a in, arrive at General shall enter into an obligation prior to the Po. fmater General. I el

'Vntt by J. It. Fortune, DeCoice.J.! B.De 2 Rf"'f George: C. Blount's Ferry same day by 6 p m first day of July next, with gocfand sufficient sureties POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, Nov. 23, iS-1& t $
Domestic
Receipt TlooTc. OO I11NIELS| Corn in the shuck Waal, Charles Ruton, Daniel II.Renken Leave Blount's Ferry every Friday at 5 a m, arrive to perform the service proposed." December 2S. 1M6. 23 I4w

.J .'45, d'l do shucked at Alligator same day by m. Dated.
-- IMacj, John P. W. (p OOPER'S TOOLS All kinds for sale bv i
in Monticello, at the residence of I.t broth :1' I t l .1.] shtllcd, Do/.ier, Mrs. Rebecca Rogers, Dr. Charles 3.ll.: From Alligator, by White Springs, Jasper, INSTRUCTIONS. C STARR- LLOYD Si FLAGG.
lie Lake Chiton and Au- 1. Seven minutes are allowed tor and closing a I.
l er-in-law, J_ M. B Uoodbread, while on a visit to I nUlin, Joseph Hohrt E: the mails at all offices where January2l547. 24
and back eek. no timeis -
Otter Skin, Hides and Tallow. John Rhodes, JamesEdwards cilIa, to Monticello, 103 miles ,once a particular
her sister, Miss ELIZABETH HARDY, of Colum- January tf, l"n. 2"AT D'rt MiSs Maria Smith, !larshalFef'linclllchard Leave Alligator: every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive specified ; but on railroad and steamboat routes Just Received

bus, East Florida, in the 10th or 17th sear of her SmithJohnFeIc at Monticello next Friday by % p m. there is to be no more delay than is necessary to do.liver -
ND for sale STARR LLOYD & FLAGG tU
I and receive the by ,
bags.
Leave Monticello Saturday at a m, arriveat A ,
CHAMBERS, ) Smith, Aaron P. every : 1)
ac. The mail be following articles, viz :
2. is to conveyed in
preference to
next Monday by 12 am. -
Tallahassee, January C, ISls. 5 S. W. Smithrchihald Alligator passengers
Soda Biscuit, Butter and Water Crackers
-- 15. From Tallahassee, to St. Marks, and to their entire exclusion, i if its weightand ,
A. Johnson! mile
Jif. on the 22d ult. <)f typus fever, at the! resi Young J JDella Fletcher. Lionel Spencer, Samuel 2 3:1 times. week. Z bulk require it. Ground and Race Ginger, Saleratus, Oils,
back three
and
fnff of Dr James A. Jordon. Hamilton Oountv, | Petition for Iivorce. Ghent, John Stanley', William Leave ,TalUhas a Monday, Thursday, and 3. Post office blanks, mail bags and the special Wines, Rrandys and Whiskey, Crushed, s
I 3 *
lorida Major HFNRV P. HEETH, in the 24th year of f ft.il lkirnpllrcs, i Geijer, Harmon Stanford, CorneliusSlnlman 7 arrh.c'every same (day by agents of the department, on the exhibition of their Loaf and Brown Sugars, Pouchong.
I J.hn.on.Ix at a in,
t"rmt'rl' H'II. J Graham, William Jeremiah Satuiday St.larks and Teas Powder
Major Heeth \"I a young lawyer <'nllo\.t) credentials,are tobeconveyed without furthercharge, Imperial Young Hyson ,
kind and this case it is ordered that this hil h fh.", and Gadsden.Col. Jame Swaim, R. 10 a m. Shot, Lead, Iron, Nails, &.C., ec.
w ilh a high order of a Iu'ar tor- \Vhitnel andSaturday on mail lines admitting of such conveyance.
intclfc final Leave St. Marks Monday,
the be for
set hearing first every
game Thursa
Granan Mrs. Catharine Shea
l liv all who knew 1i.s Mail to be January 2, 1847. 24 4t
4. without
wan agentsare conveyed chargeon
jiving difipoiition ad IOH. d4 of the titxt April; Court for Leon Count, or so Alexander Shea, Maria at 2 p m, arrive at TaU e sne days
Lint. But he b avinjj ) near and dear (t'Mif. the | rincipal railroad and steamboat lines, where
ba pone nutny oon thereafterduring the terms tlt same can be Glass; John T. Scott 15. M. by' 5 ipm. NEW BOOKS
,
los, I II of the mails and the number
hi size of
the
relatives as frIends to moUrn Tallahassee and St. the officers .H.Hi
From Newport
he TilO. by
"el. heard I'rurultil, That this order published in
: Girkins, R. S. Jackson
received
D L II I their the brig Ann Eliza,
TucJer. will employment by JUST per
back three timesa require departmentand -
mile and )
: ;
ol I the Tallahassee I for the of three Grimes Williatn John Marl!, to Shell Point, t2 ,
papers J
Sentinel one : !lace in that case, a separate for the Doly and Mant' Commentary on the Bible
The \Yeekly Chronicle Augusta dirndl before said final hearing. Harvey, M. Ttson Miss Emma week to Newport, and once a week the residue. apartment assorting
of I'eniield. Ga will and sale-keeping of the mail is to be Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England by
Oa, and the Christian Index, THOMAS BALTZELL, Jude.A Lent: Tallahassee Tuesday, Thursday, and )provided by
IVttr TheusSimon every
Huh.tt, the contractor, under the direction of the J. O. Choules, Whaling Cruize and History of the : -
l>Ieae copy the abov eX1EUE true copy : Test : Hilman Sherbrick Taylor, John Saturday, at 7 a m, arrive at Newport same days by ment. depart Whale Fishery, by J. Ross Browne,

'- --- D. McRENY, Clerk. Harris, Capt. Edwin Tat lor, Maj. John L. 2 p m. and :5. In all cases there i is I lo be a forfeiture of the Complete Works of Samuel Johnson, in 2 vols. :
LIST PORT OF ST. MAKES. BY JOHN B. KEEN, D. C. llou'-.k, Gabriel Trotman, Abram M. Leave Newport every Monday, Wednesday, pay
American Rev. J.
of the trip, when the trip is not run a forfeiture of History of the Revolution, by
25 :'JmWHISKEY at 7 a m, aruve i at TalUhassee same days by ;
January) t 9, 151. I Harris, :Merrjmoth Vickers,Jainen J. Fuday at least one-fourth part of it when the running or arrival L- Blake Brande's Encyclopaedia, ..

REPORTED: BY A. M. ALLaAlE2, DLPLT1 COL.. -2 barrels for tale by Hudson, Hamilton Vide. James M. 2pm.Leave Newport every Saturday at a m,arrive at is so far behind time as to lose the connexion McCnlloch's Gazettrr.Alison's History of Europe
: l.rill'a. Wells, James C. ( mail 4 vols. The }ederalistLoogtetbow's Potin*.in 1 vol.
and ,
STARR, LLOYD &, FLAGG. P Wells J. H.Hille Shell Point same day by 10 a m. wIth a depending ; a forfeiture of a due proportion
of it when grade of service is Alison on the Principles of Ta*>, I
AHIUVED. arriveat a rendered inferior
January 2, 1M7. tFLOlRU Leave Shell Point every Saturday at 1 p m, -
Dr. John B. 2 F.Ilarlo .
January 13. Brig WaiKMllcr Perry, Bermuda, in Wynn, Benjamin same day by 5 P m. to that in the contract. These forfeitures may Robinson Crusoe,illnstnted.Histoiy of the Thirty
ballast. barrels for sale by ), Mrs. Francis \.tNI, John J. Proposals Newport to extend the tri-vvcckly service to St. be increased into penalties of higher amount,according Years War by Frederick Schiller,

16. Whim, Gouch, master, fro Horbcshoe STARR, LLOYD &FLAGG. Hutcherson, George Williams, William T. will be considered. to the nature or frequency of the failure and the Recollections of Mexico by Waddy Thompson,

Bay, Sop January 2, Ibl7. 'J4. Howord,Thomas Walton, Thona'J. Mark. From Tallahassee, by Lipona, Marion, Fort importance of the mail. Wilson's Miscellanies, Macauley's Miscellanies,
Saunclers New Orleans Hanks, Rev FeltuVuft.n, Redden fi. Fines will be unless the American Alminac for 1847, Life of Addiscn. ,
Is. Schr- Tallahassee, assorted Hamilton Madison C. 11.! Columbus, Mine imposed delinquency 1
SN.LitJRGS-4' for sale by Hawkins, Hon. George S. Williams, Mrs. Jones Talof Daily Pocket Remembrance, for 1'47oocJ .i s
hale River, to Alligator, 122 be satisfactorily explained in due lime, for failing to
ral Springs, mile
merhandz.CLE. O Persons for of the above letters ,
STARR. LLOYD FLAGG. calling any British Government Experiments CP/ ,
f deliver
& and back, once a week.LeaveTallabaeseeevery. take trim, or at, a post office, the mail, or #
January 1.. Bark hla, Babbidge, New York, January 2, IS 17. 24 please say averli3eJ. MILES P M. Sunday at 8 a m, arrive at any part of :it: ; for suffering it to be wet,injured,lot, Animals Lempriere'n Classical' Die/ Of '
579 Cotton 37 I 1.:( Hides.1C XASI or destroyed lor conveying it in a place Lyra Innocentura. by a *1 tFrcmont's
bale cU ( : bale 5-4 1 do. |, bv January, 1M7. Alligator next day by 1 p ; or manner
Brig N. G. Bourne, Trim, New York, U hal' SHEETING LLOYD f-. fornlt FLAGG. 2- Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive that exposes it to depredation, loss or injury; for refusing Explorin.. .,, w. S. f

Cotton to Taylor k Kich, 20.;, bale Cotonto ( STARR 21 b Apples Potatoes, Ac.B. at Tallahassee next day by (p in. after demand to convey a mail by any roach Lady of Monsero-,

Anderson A, Co., Hide to A. A-. A. Tro"k, '.'
Smith, Wright i. Co., I:bbl Sugar to J. bales | a J, for sale by R Schooner service, will b considered. runs on the route beyond the specified number Early Jesui ? i. ,1

D. Whit luck. 4 bbl Tow to W. Colgate 4. Co. BROSlRTGS1 LLOYD. Apples, Soda and Butter Proposals run by White Springs instead of Little of trips in the contract;and for not arriving at Joan of Arc, ',I -
i b FLAG.January River will be considered. the time set ; and for setting up or running an ex- with the Chronclers.Hyperionby Longrfw. -
24 Potatoes
Notice. 2,1'17. Onion I Pulverized Crcker 3118. From Talaha"se by Miccosukce, to Moji- Dress to transmit commercial intelligence in advancer Married Life, Nature's Gem,
Sugar, twice week. ; the mail a penalty will be exacted equal to a p# .
a quter.s
and
and after this iatc, the agency (onfl.rd by French Hats. Cranberries, Claiified do. ticello,3 mile Self-Information, Dog Sportsman. ,
FROM Robert Hurst and Tallahassee 1 21 Leive TalOh\ie: every Tuesday and Friday at 6 pay. 500 sketches and skeletons ot Sermons, by the author
upon January
undtr.igne cols JUST RECEIVED from New Orleans 2,1'-7. a m, arive Monticflo same days by 6 p m. 7. The Postmaster General may annul tbr4tt- of Pulpit Cvelopaedia. 1
hen
35 Lereb\re\uke., J doz. Gent fashionablePAlUS HATS for failures for violating J) re- |
MAY MANNING. 1 Iii Chancery. Leave every Monday and Thursay at repeated ; contract GOLD PENS. &c.I .
1. .. arrive at Tallahassee same days by laws ; for disobeying the intructi-the Palo Alto Gold Pens
,
dozen
3tCommI5sJoncr' a m (p e
Co. Jan. JS47. 27 .. ( General
Jefferson 23j. J.V LEON CIRCUIT COURT. ,or
i and Dun- meat for refusing to dischar-3' holders
Boy. 3'il9. From Tallahassee,by Manningtnn ; Goodvear'ejla.tic Hands, for bill ,
i Sale BRCHE L DF.'BEGE. THOMAS BROWN, ]I cansville, Geo., to Thomasville, 34- miles and back, quired by the department ral'-"'*alter' as aforesaid the contract Premium Quill Pen Nibs, with holders Steel Pens, _

the 1 Court January 2,1647. N. once a week without_ the consent 1A1t.may_...:_,_ A. ___ .AIA. :._, Callenders. Envelopes Slates and Pencils, Paint
PURSUANT lo a decree of 1.Superior the Christopher Williams George I Tallahassee every Thursday at 6 a m, arriveat for netting up or rII" i s pru r within the restrictions
Florida, sitting in Lave im-
Distrfctof, J. II. FORTUNE E. Denni., William Williams, j same day by 7 pm. 8. The p0..e5tion Inkstands. P. A. IIAYWARD.
County of Leon, in a certain cause wherelntlie Union RECEIVED er schooner Cinderella James J. Vickers, Sarah V'ickI I Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at a m, arrive and alter'(r the additional service required or 2 18 7. 21
JUST ( January ,
j
addixl
and William Ms- .cd if (the employment of
Bank of Florida was coap1inant, HAS New York, ers, and William Maner.. j jBY at Tallahassee same day "p m. creaVriCrea speed C
rendered but the
the Commissioner stock or earners necessary;
net was defendant we .haU. a bbls. superior Irish Potatoes, virtue of a Decree rendered in the above re 3: '. From Talahasse by Salubrity and Quincvto -, French Shoes and Slippers. t
the contract,
the first Monday in 2 contractor may, in such case relinquish I '4
named in the said decide,' on
and back three time
of fine Goshen Butter, cause, on the twenty-first day of No- ., mit the Tallahassee from New a
March the 1st month, to kegs ctt Banbidg. on timely notice, if he prefers it to the change.Th JUST RECEIVED by
being daolid pree Cheese, 1S4 5, at the term of the Circuit -t*! p
of Quincy in 3 bovei superior vembfr A.I. lat / Postmaster General may annul the contract or J Orleans
town *
51 to the highest Ih& New York Flour Court for County, in favor of said complainantand Leave Tallahassee Tuesday, TVSunday
described real 20 barrels extra brands evtr curtail the service, and pay when he wishes to dispense Ladies Kid Slippers,
County of Gadiden, (Iho following 91 .' against; paid defendants, I will otter at public ,at 9am, arive a Bainbridmesday, and with the service in whole or in part, or place Patent Boots,

estate, to wit : 2 casks choice Carolina Rice, sale, before the Court-house door in the city of Tallahassee 9 p m. -d'iame days by 3Leave different grade of service on the route, Morocco t
Lots 2, 3. and 4, in S .. NandW 4 bbls. Mess Pork. on .Monay. the first day of Februarynext Bainbridge every he allowing; one month's extra pay on the amount Cloth D'Orsay Gaiters
1.2. 3. and 4, in N ,T2. R 3, ; 1 cask choice Sugar-cured Hams, ,within all of lot number one hun Friday, at I a m,arvrai will b conrnd- with Calf patent Lace RooU. -
W 1 of N E i of Rrc 2, R 3, N and W ; dispensed -
dred and seventy-nine. (179), in the original plan p m.
2 casks pickled Tongues. o : 0. The payments will be made through draft* onprat Send. Nullifier
N W 4.tee3S,2R3NaridE, ; ALSO-Per schr. Tallahassee, from New Orleans, thecity of Talaha to be lId to satisfy the Prop fotfeticello. by Grve" e. Ga to offices or otherwise after the expiration of each Patent leather Pale Alto Shoes. ?
W } of SW4ofSee.t5T2R3NandW; Mills of three hundred and twenty-six dollars sOd back. once a fJNDENBERGER.
best St. Louis City Flour Iholand mi1 we. in February May, August, and Novem BIRCHETT.fc
10 bbls. say
Lots No. 3, 4,and 5. Q.T 1.R 2. N and W. Wednesday .arrive quarter
$ Bacon Shoulders, first rate article, mentioned in said decree, and th costs to b qh1Oflt15i5'tl0) VJ a : ber. January 2, 1947. 2* *
Terms of Hale m. t .
taxed. Terms made at tale- p .
Ha-xnain unown s.m' Y.15 ;
1 cask Bacon ba.
C. H. DUPONT. ) Commissioners.' boautiful Print" B. F. WHITNER.January 5 olu1Ue ; ,
F.C. CAI3ELL, S A new and CommissionerinEquity y-; '

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m I SARSAPARILLA TOn9MG &nDa Q State Ta-Colector'* Sale. undersigned have associated themselves to- 04

n l AT NEWPORT. T>Y virtue of the power rested me by law.I.bal 'TilE I ther in business. under the firm of BULL& PAVING taken the above estabL
AND PERMANENT CURE -
l HOUSE AND STAIR BUILDING. FOR TiE. REMOVAL.. ARISING FROM AN subscriber will b prepared,the ensuing s. JD expose for sale,before the Ctr lou dor. PRETOR1US, are now receiving and offer for ale a hment.. (formerly ABMISTEAD'S -.
DSSE rUE the city of TaUahasef.county Ln. selected assortment of Goods at the
I I OF THE BLOOD ,with ,uperioraid.a.eJnodios Ware house choice and well Hotel) 1 am now having it
.-.-1 GERARD VI'GERtIOETS.I OR STATF. THE SYS- and Cotton Shed Room, for the above business in an Oa the 2d Monday in February next., wilt corner of Clinton and Monroe streets, opposite the neatly fitted up. so that I may be able to make all

(,\ tt door Smth *f lke\\ Union Bank,) VIZ: its branches, and earnestly solicits a share of public the following property or so much thereof as Pheenix Buildings, and known as the Blake corner. who call comfortable and flatter myself with the
TE'I. the State Tax due the same for the year 1SJ-.: will be pleased to see their old lriend. that those who call be induced fo
notice tHit he is prepared to & Obstinate! pav ( where they hope may eontinw
? patronage.
Scrofula !
: GI'E His fri4IJs and the public Cutanfftt o Erup 1 ErlHrumai.lple. Pllult. on lAt business confided to bis care wIl receive his WeN \4. S 13. T ', R ', N and adjoining not and all those who are dejuous of purchasing CHEAP their patronage. The Stages all stop with me,and
k o Al attention and from I.ng erptritnce lands to R. W. Williams, owner GOODS. in the absence of either of them,
with any articles CABINET FUR Face. Blolchc, Biles Chronic Sere Eye Ring ; blongg Col in the passengers who
I NITURE. made 'ip; in a style not to be U.onl Scald ,Enlarxmt and c0 prna,he flatters himself competent ti>give nThE NWNE1. They are prepared to MANUFACTURE, stop here will meet with DO detention, u private
Tetn lead that
surpassed by any wbrkmin ia the State, P.it of o t'te Bant ani *, Stubborn Ulctri, general satisfaction. I I. N EandSE.1S25; latest and most fashionable stjle.any garment conveyance can be'had by application to me. The

; and at prices corresponding with the Sciatica or Ltunlntgf, and He will further be prepared to furnish Rope, Bagging S3d.T3R2NandEEISES29'l| Man- may be ordered at their establishment and will assure Eastern Stage arrives on Mondays, Wednesdays a&4

times. Bureaus,Sof*., Tables X various kind. Settee Dttta Syphilitic* ( Sympo'n an injudicious use f.Ut- Suit, Iron and such other leading Plantation W i, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E., situated Lewis Conner near and those who may patronize them that they will Fridays,at 7 o'clock A. M., and departs on Mon
advanced on at the nington. purporting to belong to endeavor to give satisfaction in every respect. days Wednesdays and Fridays, st 8 o'clock. P.
*, *, Chairs, and every description and cttry.itcitcor Lropsy. Exposure Impiinltmcein Supplies a* are generally crops Jf.
Warr" and Trust Company.
Life Insurance the following:
-I . .' et notice. He is ale* prepared to contract for frtHIS' preparation: ChehiC un. Hate of Storage,&.C.. a!usual at this place. S R 1, N and E..,except T 2.R l.NandW Snperior Freneh and EnIish Brwdeloths arrival of the Eastern and returns the same day,it
i work i Medicine GEORGE MILLER. said section; also, E |. N W J.S 17. CASSIMEKS, Do. do. FANCY do. 8 o'clock P. Jf. The Western Stage arrives here
the buildn; ot( I1ntiei. and ,,-2 generally done by house tfrs. His prices in tirly in iU character anJ operations from the va- Newport, July 23. IS46. 1 ; ElNY.StT2.R1NafldW.,0Tnerfbtknots i VESTING in time to take the Eastern line and departs on Mon

.; ii this d nartrnent will b' cup induce those detirious rlu'j; of Sars.parilla which have been is. N W 4 of S8, in Tl, R I. Nand W. Sattin, Silk, Telret$, Cloth, Woollen Trivet do. days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 8 o'clod..A. if
.4 ol biil Jing to ffive him emj'lov while the quality at prtj.hon tm.t offered to the public. It acts s pe- State of Florida-:Middle Circuit, to wit: TheEJof Lake Jackson, ,purporting to belong to RR.1DY-M.iDB CLOTHLVG.-Fioe Black By this line, passengers will take the Mail Boat Ii

'1zj of his work, if it doe n..t twpatt will at least eiii'allyjH, [ n whole ,v- tem, then by bringing it IN CHANCERY. SO acres Williamson.Also neat English and French Dress and Frock Coals, medium Chattahoocbie Apalachicola on Mondays and

equal any work done in this city. u'uler its direct and immeit inl'Jflce.lthoulh Esther B. Bole Complainant, On Bni ,for Charles : fat of lot No. 111 quality do.. French Cassimer Sack Coats,do.Tweed Thuredavs..

**'0 the citizens Tallah.is-'re, and !JrO.dln'J.try. |MHejed of powerful healing effects, >et it i is entirely *?. a fc. the folonin"to to\110ts the of city Tallahassee, also Black Brown and Plaid do. Surtouts and Overcoats A. G. MARSHALL Proprietor
thanks for harmless that it cannot the most d-I- Dcfendant.IT V V in the north assortment Qnincy,November 7, ISP. 15ATTORNEY
h.' wouM return his mt hearty so injure < Jr.hl Hle. ) south half of the county quarter of PANTALOONS of every description. Large
.. the piiranaie he has heretofore r! eived and trusts kate con rillion.'he in prfet health, no effect being established! to the: sutU'actior the Court lot No. 7t!in the <>f VESTS, also of Hosiery Shirts Gloves,

; that he m' enotin'i' to cive satisfaction and enjoy i* produced' bv its use < increase. of ap that the defendant has removed frr.mthe Statei said citY.. A. ,FIShIER Cravats,Scarfs,Collars,Handkerchiefs.self adjusting M. O'raWlD [ ,

I their con4'jence aid favor.ii petite; b'lt whcnditt-a i i. :..ttl in the frame andrzrryin.t that ordinary |>rl'fS". cannot lie erved upon him : / and cf-affieio. Tax-Cot. L. C. Stocks Opera Ties, Suspenders, Satin Scarf, &.C.c .. AND COUNSELLOR LAW,

t' February 2-*, IS 1-5. 2'Colkclor's ly hit its victim along\ the path of life. then. therefore, ,laud and ordered, thata hearing on August q. i Shf 3 Gm & ., fcc J. B. BULL. Jaspt r. Hamilton County, Florida.
its mi-rffriouiiniluciK-eis and l.el; it enkindles in Bill be had Tallahassee -( __ 1946. 19 J. PRETORIUS. November
; < .1 the 'facts charged the a. November 21. __ 22,1S45. 1Tho. %
\ Slate Tax safe.t new ill'*, and "'i;,f, .and brills health and strength at t the Court-houe.on the Socend Mon'.ay in February I Tar Collector's Sale.B .

t BY ,'irtaeof the power 'Mtf in me by law, I In the urtrinj! and.diieastd.TRUTH nEt ; and the defendant i is reijuirel in the mean- Y virtue. of the prtr"t in me by l\v. I J. R. FORTUNE Jeff. Heir,

.1. shal Xp4 for site, \ the Court House t I_ SrHiNGKH THV> Ficrioy."-LET time to appear an.l. plead or answer t.. and defend shall, on the second 1fond.\y it, March nex.elo"e received by sundry arrivals from New ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW

door t\n Jasper. County of Hamilton. ,on TIIK F.\C SPEAKVOH TICMSILVES.-The following Sid bill as b> law is pro i
..,.If i The first Mmulay in Flrbntrtry ntxf., f certificate to is its only merits.another Let link the in the great read chain and, I ordered, that. a co;.y of the bl13nl f'rl'r.b served ( f Tallahassee.: County of Leon, the followingdescribed will FANCY AND and STAPLE DRY GOODS consistingin \\VILL/ Courts to practice Jefferson in Count the Superior, and in and the
the (.r so much tbfref tftimun" aBitte or dflivered to or copy o order be so much thereof as pay
.t nIJ dcf.nJJnt. properly
.''t i pay fI/\in and rroorv.County taxes dus on the same .r l>r convinced. What it hs done will do I published in some public newspaper if this State forth the State and County(Taxes due thereon for the year I II"H I part ofFlainand fig de Laines, Fancy Silk Fount andLight Superior ty of Columbia Courts in of the the Eastern Middle District Dfstrict.and the COax

': a.m. months at least behrc the day o,
the year 1SIO: I space of three : f Handkerchiefs.Plain Residence
do.
at Monticello
I The S E 4 ot Sr 31, and tlic E J of the :E I of. CnARLz5TOVN, Mass., Sept. 23d, 1S15. I hearing.(. E I S W 4, &, T 2, R 3, N and E., purporting Ombre do. 5Bl'k.and\'YhiteSilkHoil". business entrusted with him,Jefferson County. All
will be
#: ; Sec 33,and the entire section :U, and the W of Sw This may certify that mv son, now agf seventeen Tallahassee, October 21. lCIG.TIOI.S to belong to Wesley r"oibes, Trustee,&.C. I Canton Crape Scarfs, promptly atten

.,.t 35, the E i ( the S Wile S 2fj. all of T 2. h.n beeii for tea years :tice with scrofulous BALTZHLL. S } Lot No. 179J: ori i:011lan of the city of Tal- Ombre Cashmere Robes Emb. Velvet Bags, ded March to.
ant Cashmere < 9. 1&1-1. 33
N h'IM"r.t the ie of >cvea years he had the measles : Circui of Florida. Wm. Maner. ;
''-i R 12. and f; The 'E4ot'2andtheNIof : Judjeof :1dJlc lahassee. purportini to belong to do. Plaid Bonnet Ribbons,
I .: S 3, and the N El of S 4-, T I, R 12, N and E., purporting which probably caused) this humor to make its ap- A true copv.T .. 1.1," Nos 253 ant2.6. North addition city of Tallahasec Work Alpaca Muslin Robes, Fancy Cap do Notice.

: to belong: t"the estate of Hertor W. Rraden peirance ia a most singular way (covering his body -st : D. McR \ENY. Clerk ,purporting to belong to estate of R. B. Cope Bond de Laine Shawls,
:1 ANo.the S E 4 of S 31, T 1. R I:. purporting to from his head to his ftd"ith small tumors. I con- By JOHN B KEEN. Dep. Cl'k. bad. White Tarkton Emb. do SIX month after the publication of this notice, 1

.< belong to the estate Benjamin Chair! suited a Doctor of Medicine and he examined him I P.. B. S .nTI, Complainant Solicitor. See4T2R2NafldE; WSW 4, &, T 2. Swiss and Book Muslin, Ombre St. do apply to lie Honorable James M.Gilchiist. ,

.' C T. BAISDEX.Rhff. : three days in Micci-sMon, and not undErsbndifl his 7,1111. 16rn4ACK R 2, N-and E; F. !INE 4, Sec 9, ,2, 2. andEWlSE1Sec.3T2.R2Nat1dEViNE Mull Muslin, (Black Gro de SWIM, Judge of Probate for Gadsden County, for letters or
JOSI\1
ro\lmbEr.
.: .. : and Tax C.1 II. Co. case,advise me to consult Dr. Rogers,(' Silk Warp Oriental. l dismit ion a* Administrator from the estate cf Susan
Rhine
November 14, 1SI*). .17 r I a resident of that city. After a long hORSE .81.\DOn.." 4. Soc 3/T 2. R 2, N and containing 960 acres, Black Alpacca, Cham ,
mb3zlOt'.
and critical examination: having more than thirty ins to to AVilliara Hall and the South ) L. EDMONDS Adm'r.Quincy. .
: ; other medical ..nternfn"ilh him at the same time, purport ; belong and Trust Company. Lisle edgings&in1lertin Figured Silk December 12, 1946. 21 Cm
Life Insurance
: 0 : Evil. The ceo Swiss and Jaconet do nine Straw Pink lAnd
King's
ctJ. JLCX lie pronounced I Lot No. 15, North-we addition to the city of ""
child was then prescribed for, and commenced taking II. H. Rankin French Worked Collars, Cherry col. Florence, QUINCY
to to
. Tallahassee, urporting belong
.: rr HE underjizned has m ide arranzements for a medical drus from that time. He grew worse until I Chimaw-ttes. Fancy Prints,
JL supply of the .bet OYSTERS .the Az.:t. Wht and blk cotton Hose ITIALE'AIVD FEMALE ACADEJ1T.
: continue ; Juie of Js37 and then his bones became affected in Fancy Silk Mitts,
T R 1 and W E S F.4scn2T2Rl.NandWWNV1Soc5
will Lot No. 2, Sec 32. 2, ;
.: maket aflrl:during the winter st-ajon, and t. ( of the rnercur that had been given him. BRED HY WJ GIBBONS, NEW JERSEY. : Colored Kid Gloves, Worsted do.
,
tiern to hit friends in any manner .n.'jllnct black Cassimer exercises of this Institution will be resumed
serve Fine
up ,
I pleased A ':ie cam.av from his in Long white Lace do. THE
desirable, at liis Saloon on Monroe street, near > IZnsh! ur.der-jaxv ( was got by Eclipse Light Foot, dam Sail* T I, R I. N and W., containing auf!, purporting do. Stripped do. the first Monday in January. The scholastic
the first iilacp, walnut Black Silk
as large ai.n a
HE:
'C the Capitol. R. K. WE T. piece Slouch (tired by Col. \ R. Johnson, i inVirginiatsy : to belong to A. F. Duval and the Union Bank of l year is divided into two sessions,of five months each,
.t from his forehead as large as a sixpence. and a piece liam L. C. Handkerchiefs,
N. B. Private famil-M, or pirf ies furuhf at the fr.n near the crcwn. of his head. It then went to Virginian sra;. ( Roun .by Hax Floridi. Kentucky Jeans. Bleached and Brown Shirting the second commencing on the first Monday in June.
i shortest notice. v. 7. IfeiO. sail's imported Sir Saltrum, Wildair DriverFallow W i S W 4, Soc :31 T 2, R 1. N and W., The Female Department will cont.oue under the
: ;< the back and side, and cd in three places. Harry Plaid Linseys, Mixed Plains and Kerseys, Shoes.
..'. his discharged in Vampire. R'una.S the dam. of Aratus. W i N F 4, Sec 27, T 1. R 1, N and W., contain Flannels Ready Made Clothing chirge of Mrs. FEHGTTSOX, who is a most excellentand
From thence to one ol Hintx, consejuenea Blankets Osnaburgs,
separating; David Robinson
Starr. Rostlej" d sillj6cr-anl i ing 1<>0 acre, purporting to belong to successful teacher and has,daring the past year
out ;
.
JEtna Fire Insurance Company of the ulccration, the muscles 1 and cord SIJw-tnrm. &' &c.December
: from the bones of the ankle joint onthebick of the dam. of Tiuioleon, l b-> the sire ol Sir Hal. and the Union Ha k of Florida. 19, 1546. 2-2 well sustained the high recommendations with which
Hartford, Conntctcut part. The above hn"l i i" now standing at the plantationof Lots. Nos. 77, 7S,7!and SO, North addition to the she entered the Institution. Able and efficient Assistants -
Ie! had at one time running sores or i i.>u
fftn ( Col. WM. M. ab four city of Tallahassee, purporting to belong to George ill be in the several Departments
ut
\ J. R FORTUNE, Agent. from glanscf the and those place I hav I.XWELL. mile eastofT.illahasoe. Order No. 2. w employed ,
: Tallahassee, November 10. 110. tie In in Portsmouth!N. II.. I ,-S10, 815, and 825. K. Watltr. Trustee, &c. HEAD QCARTERS ) and every exertion will be made to render the Institution
mentint l"tO.lll\1 S t W 4, Sec HT 3,R 2, N and E.,containing An extensive Philosophical
:and hens attacked with a Rheumatic Fever, whichscttlod Extract of a letter. from WM. GIBBOKS. Esq., the \ Tallahassee. December 2J. IS IS $ worthy of patronage.
t. : ot the Northern Fashion acres, purporting to belong to the heirs of General will furnish all vol. Chemical, Astronomical and Mathematical
,: : FORTUNE the above Insurance iti one ol his hips which swelled ai large as owner champion : -0 Quarter Master
p JR. is ;: take fire risks on .q'' three of the other. B.-ing under Medical treatment, Shadow is winner of a 8weepstkl $1000 en- Ludv C. Ferrill. THE military companies of this State with the Apparatus including the Air Pomp Galvanic Bat.

.'. reasonable term ai any other otfireot as good stand I t they fjave him laudanum until he lost hi, reason. trance-five started, two forfets, JS37. I bred A. A. FISHER, Sheriff necessary arms and equipments, reserving a list of (cry, Electrical Machine, Compound Blow-Pipe,
Bonnets o'f'lne to him. foal and Leon County and ex officio Tax Collector. the application Barometer Globes, Surveyor's Compass, tc., tc.,
ing. November 14, 1'>'I. 17 Then I became alaim l, and sent for a Thomsonian.: i.sure getter such arms and equipments, provided
:. His inMicine helped his hip and sored his reason. his stock i is much approvf of a road horses." December 5, 1S46.. _20_tds_ of such company shall be accompanied with a certif. together with a well selected Library and an extensive
Circuit Court. November 7, 16 Master Ger.eral from the commanding collection of Minerals for illustration in Geology
: Gadstl'l The third time he was attacked wrth this fever in Two Hundred Dollars Howard icate to the Quarter
: t Wm. J. Bailey Adm'r. de bun;, non'l"j I"l'2 when hearing of Dr. S.,n
t nth the will of A. Belj j btii4 perfectly sati,tieJ that al other medicines had TIN MANUFACTORY. is attached, that such company has been organ- superior advantages ar.d rer.dertbe study of sciencea
,
,: lamy anesl. 1 failed, effecting a cure I : and procured six bot- ized and uniformed according to law, and which certificate pleasure.A .

: r j In Chancery.a tIes, m I !!y the time he had taken it all I consideredhim shall also set fort!. the number of officers and Boarding House, designed especially fee young
R. Flaglor .V Co., said according to the muster- ladies,has been erected and placed under the charge
Mary Ro"le Ext-'x. of Joseph U.Rowles. j well. Those places healed-he became brih privates ia company
i dec'd., *f. al. ] and litfiy, -c-jlur came ti his face and lip-*-frCr HAVING: purchased the entire interest of Mr roll of said company ; and provided, further that of Mrs. Ferguson. Board including washing and
Peck to his TIN SHOP take this such shall, before the delivery lodging, $10 month. Board both for males and
of per
,: .' to the ticfaction of the Court by that time till the Fall of 1-11 I his complaints never ; the Captain company
IT appealing affiJivit filed with!' the original bill ii thi troubled hr. .\t that time h" became deaf, which method of informing the ,public that they will keep] w_ of such arms and equipments, enter into bond, females, may also be procured at the same rate, ia

that the said Mary Executrix of Jo;ph continued u'till"t March when his rig!1lt f\Z be constantly on hand at their shop opposite J. R. Fortune's in double the value of said arms and equipments several of the mcst respectable families in town.-
I. case, R\\.Il store a tariff assortment of all the varieties and sufficient securities to be Quincy is proverbially healthy.! For further particulars
4 R. Rowles. dec'd.. resides the limit the! C.unt af.CtpJ: that to the !It-It eye, covering the with two or more good
I' ; State of Florida, and in the. beyond State of Virginia, r'motion : sight the ey. <) that he was in great measuredeprived of Tin and other articles usually kept in their line ") approved of by the Quarter Master General), payableto regarding the rater of tuition regulations!, .'.
.
of the Solicitor lor said complaint:1t it 0r>hrt Merchants in the Tin-ware at low PROCLAMATIONBy be returned to the State the Institution which be procured by application
That the said ) R-iwl, "tri'u: af.rtid. I Knowing: thi.! Snd' Sirsaparil'.i: wa the only any country as arms and equipments shall may
.. do and br the bill filed in tKi. : iar-li.<-in appear answer oril.nl them to call and examine for themselves. There is authorized the Governor December 5, 15.Jr 20
t<) Mr. ForApothecary! at Heui demanded by anofficer by Quincy
cause and ta shp-.v ca-j e .ml shn- j 'ot !berevived.&c. :" rQrc. has been certified to me that
> taken feei dollars worth which ha an object in having it here, a it will be free from WHEREAS of the Stlte'to demand the same.
.,within four month from the date ,! tt. rfmo\e H, white man, in custody
.- : publication of thii orJ.-r, or the stme and the ori; .. thbumc.r from l his eyes and hearing, and damage, which it usually gets by shipping ol theSheriffot :County Alachua, in the Ester W. D. MOSELEY. Notice.

nat bill this Cli.will be taken for appt-ar !n he c-i.-eJ, aiid radically so. I verily be- General assortment of Tin-ware. Circuit of Florida, on an accnsation of having December 26. S15. 23 4t ALL persons having demands against the estate cf

.fnlt further ordrrfj. That a copy (cntf.t-.
4. in some newspaper published in the if I had c.\ntiaut. thorongly I the use of the Sarsapa- have, Sugar Dippers Sugar Skimmers,Oil Cans, aforesaid County of Alachua, in thi is Slat. his HARMONIST will take notice that they must present them to the
METHODIST ,
District of week I rilh when he WS under its influence the first time. the. said the sear\ COPIES undersigned, duly authenticated within the time
Middle Florida once a enaeeu. Counter Scales, Zinc for Stoves, fcc., escape from cu Sherif on nightof OLMichelet's of I
tivel), for four Tns:1.the simple statements of the facts of the Sheet Iron for making Stove the Mth inst.,ar to'of i a Cu from justice Marshalls History France J. T. : prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead in bar
:
m/r.tl Pip and by Headlev
? .Dated 1SJ6. ci!c, and I feel it ny t duty to make those facts knownto Tin and Copper for Roofing of Build James McNabb is about 5 feet .inches high stout Napoleon De L'Ardeche 500 illustrations of their recoverv.

GEORGE S. H.\\VKI:5 Jaiz., the public for the benefit of tho.e who may be ing,and put up at short notice, either in the city or made has red hair, blue e'f. eye lashes inclined to History Prose of Napoleon and Verse.'by, by Thomas Hoed J. B. JOHNSON, Adm'r.
,
A trie copvAttest. S.cted i in like manner: feeling:a ful! conviction the country. be white, is an Irishman by birth, and a man of much Crime treatise criminal jurisprudence December 12. 1546. 21 6t
Ratif nale of ,a on
-. I. R. HARRIS Clerk. cnre ha been ecte solely from the etfect! of this ALSO. a new invention for draining Sugar,which intelligence. Festu a by Philip James Bailey N. M. MARTIN,
!
'. ; De-cember 12, 1.40.; ;: <- ikialuabie: t .... will drain it fit for market in two days, and beg the _, therefore, }*? virtue of the authority .tC poem volume
in ,
.. .,_ ill "j Novels
.,
Kllen Pickenn one Commission and lerthant
.
.
: .& nnon : rl... .. .v v.l) ............ in r ao nereoy otTer me :b..re.rde.( 7v Forwarding ,
M. s. DL)"DHT>:, .c.15011! *.. Boston October 13. lJO.-Then per.sonilI 20 patent Well and Cistern single and double Rot Hundred Dollar for his apprehension and delivery Dick'lIrorke Dantelransbted II. F.in Cary"oIume.Grier's 104 Poydras street.NEWORLEAXS. ,
h the alcove' named Hannah W. Beck complete one
appeared Pumps, well adaptC to plantation use.December to the Sheriff of the County Alachua t and all officers -
; i Atorney at Lair and !: -- solemn oath that tl.t above certificate, b> aid his Carolina and Georgia, Alabama, Spoffard'sUnited LA.
and citizens are enjoined to in arrest,according
2 States Comic,Tragic,and Elton's Funny Almanacs SELLING RECEIVING AND FOR
Montirtllo, Jefferwii CranJT: Floridi, her s'bsribd. and s-fatements therein contained to law BUYING
are Before for 1517, for sale by the dozen or single copies attended to with promptness.REFERS .
attend thp Cirruit Cocrt of the Middle mf.J.UIES JEFFERSON COUNTY Given under mhand and the great seal of
"TILL Columbia of theEastern P.ICE Justice of the Peace. the State of Florida, at the Capitol, in Tal. Catechism by Bishop Ives. TO
and of the Countj of! For further Tax Collector's Sale. J.TO. W. ARGTLE LATHAM k BARRY
and conclusive evidence of
particular this ol November A. D. Medical Books.
[ ] day .
Circuit. tlridL value virtue of vested in law ]I IAL.lha.sle. 21h A. BESTWJCK S. S. SIBLET.
its superior and POC which authority me by ,
Monticello, Augu.t 22, 1S4-;. efc3"Y I pamphlet! BY of Independence of the United Chai1( ,'s Midwifery, Dewee'fIidwifery.. December
5 1516.
: 20
b obtained ( sale before the Court House
: _ _ _ _ _ may ; of : Zenits, gratis. expose or States the 71st \ Dewee's on Females D wee's on Children,
Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS, Druggist door. in Monticello. Jefferson County, on the
ar.01
D. Notice.LOST .
Watson's Practice of Physic,
: : l KM Fulton street, corner of N. Y. First Monday in July next, I fSFI4EY. t
Jrm Listen's
LA1( the Governor
Wiiam. By : \ Wood k. Bach's Dispensatory, Surgery, mislaid or stolen from my possession the
.
,.. \\TILLTAM & AUGUS SoldaNoby LEWIS A! FN, : .S fTH the following property, or so much therEof as wUl J. T. ARCHER, Soc'y. State. Stoke on the Chest Thompson's Conspectus, i.c.. : to two tracts oJ land situated in the 14th
7 will practice in part & CATLIN Pcnsacola, F. B. WIIITINGSt. the State and Taxes due thereon for the
\X\.ILL pay County I November 2*._1S 1'1. 13 for sale by P. A. HAYWARD. District I rmerly Irwin,now Thomas County,Geor.
nership. They \"ih the.counties of the Middle and by Druggists generally throughout the United year 1 1S40 : December 15-16.. 21
aten 12.
.1 :\ District of Flori "" and Franklin coun States. N E 4, Se 32, and N W 4, Sc 33. and W of NE Dl' JXO. G. GAMBLE I Jr., gia Smith. one the lot other No. 121 number,purchased by me from but William

,1: tie, in the Apalarhieo'.a DiJtic. The county ofj' Price SI per bottle. Six bottles for $-">. 4t Sec 33. T 1, U 4. N and ., purporting to belong his Professional Servicestothe citizens State Tax Collector's Sale. ; Irons John not recollected and purchased

Thomas,G orzia. I1i.C.nr of\ppa4 of Florida, !The public are respectfully requested to re- to Duncan M. Qtiarles.W OFFERS and its vicinity. T)Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I wilD lands by of me Moses Linton Roddenberry where he resides.-adjoinsthe

':'. an} the District and Circuit the United If'm'Kr that it is Sand Sarsaparilk that has been i N W 4, Sec 15T2R4N&- E. owner not :\'. IS,, 1S43. 17 tfNew expose for sale before the Court House door in Any hiving such deeds in their now possession,
'. States at Tal bu.*. and is r"nitantI achieving such remarkable cures of known. the city of Tallahassee county of Leon on the first person
will be thanked to deliver them to the subscriber.
.., kK
..? WM. II. BROCKEVBHOTMH.Tallahassce.AUGUSTUS is subject ; therefore ask for Sandj. Sarsaparilla O 2, O 21T2.n.Il&E'O O ASSORTMENT OF much thereof \\ill pay the State and Count) tax on December "
.. 21. 1546. 23 3t
; J:MAXWELL: and take no other. 1, 1, i :, ., 11" : tKtt u.'eimo,' ." .v.f/il flA... J VOir-' -1 SJf".- ,-
.r ; April lit, I I-it.:,. Vj I D.rrcr 12. IS1;. 2 Iv 5, .. 2.T2| R 4, N3tE, 451-50a's. OLT J 33, LOTH3MQ, &. loisOl; 317 31S! 319, 32O, original plan, end Sale of Heal Estate.
.
.' E. HA UNA III), Jr., lf .. 22T2R.1N&.E, 115 acr's. THE subscribers have just received per brigs War- 179, north addition, of the city of Tallahassee purporting TN pursuance and by virtue of an order and decree

: .. tew (YrIE.ie. ; NFORMS his friends.and the public I 1)ing in the bend of :Miccosookie Lake,near the plantation and Almeda, a general and full assort to belong to Davenport. J. of the lion. Judge of Probate in and for the county

that he has taken the store the of Gov. Moselcy owner not known. ment ol E i N W 4, Sec 5, T 1. R 1, Nand W., of J ffer,on. I will expose to public sale at auction
on corner

s..',. ; P. w. WnTF, I"- of Monroe and Two Hundred SMITH SIMKINS, BEADY MADE CLOTDDiG, SWI i, I1.Tl.R2l'\andE., for cash,before the Court House door in Monticello

:- A TOR V ""I aT7'tT.f'R AT r.'w.ti streets neatly opposite the Court House f'ot, Shfl. and ex officio Tax Col. Jeff. Co. Consisting in part of fine and medium qualities of containing 210 acres, more or less, purporting to be- on the first Monday in February next.being the first

; 4"1. "'J"1,; where may be found a general assortment December 5, IS J5 20 6m French and English black Dress and Frock Coats and long to estate of Benjamin Hagan.A. day thereofall the right,title and interest Wiley

: Got ha Tweed and black and brown Cloth A. FISHER, Sheriff Brooks. late of said deceased, of in and to
r *tte1 tl'.,r"! >h1. 'f M.V: fn. n f genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. E\'eryt- P3nb.&n county ,
\vu.r. aM 'r ft.iitrib'. ; /, ';'' '' I ts-Tifion paid t,orders of'Phjsicians and Planters. Laws of Florida. Sack and Frock Coats,Surtouts, Blue, Black and Castor and ex officio Tax Col. for Leon County. the following described lot of Land situate on the

Jluar,3.1" H. 1 I All article warranted good quality, low for eah.He A FEW copies Pamphlet Laws of Florida late Cloth Cloak, Satin Silk Cashmere and Cloth December 2r, 1S40. 23 6m north side of Monticello. estimated to contain seven

-- ha received a supply of SHERMAN'SWORM. Session, for sale by Vests. Furniture for Sale. and a half acres, known as numbei nine ((9) on the
J'I4 March 21. 1S4C. P. A. HAYWARD. Also General Assortment of of said lands. Purchaser to for titles.
; Z CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC a map pay
: AbJZi coni. 1 FINE Mahogany Side Board with marble top
< wAiir '/7,; (; ., "luable articles, and the mot agree- Hosiery, Gloves Shirts, Collars, Scarfs Cravats 1 1 Dining Table SMITH SIMKINS, Sheriffof
; Jefferson .
Laud and Adm'r.JefferSfn
., of medicines.SHERMAN'S Apalachicola Company. County ex officio
1 form administering Handkerchiefs, Stocksself-adjutinga new article,) 1 Curl Maple Bedstead,apply to
I. I'OORl\N'S :SJR the ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass Ladies'and Gent's Silk Under-Shirts Drawers Suspenders December 5, IS.16. 20 J. R. FORTUNE. County December 26, 1S46. 23 4t

"Iia;,e
for Rheumatism, I'iinjm the Back, Side,and Weakness manner, on the lands of the ApalalicolaLand ; Umbrellas, Steel Frames. Also-Cloth, Cassimeis NEW BOOKS &0. Notice.

lc Company which hl not been regularly disposed and Veslings of every style which they are prepared THE undersigned. Administrator on the estate of I

p.. l o. DR. FOLGER'S OJ.OS.OIAN. or ALLhiIALIN of by us, or our competent agent or agents to manufacture in the best and most fashionable Imrie late of Benton County, Florida,

J (; BALSM.. n innhnbeartide for Colds, heretofore, a the penalty of the law will be strictly manner and for cash,at very reasonable}prices. JUST RECEIVED PER BRIG EM1LINE. deceased.will apply to the Hon. Judge of the Cir.

Coughs, 'thma. lilcedin unl!. Consumption enforce against all offender Our old customers, and the clothes buying commu- G RIG'S Georgia and Carolina Alminacs for IS-17, cuit Court of Eenton County in the Spring Term of

: ani iU kindred di!ea!"-'. Pamphl.t contain Applications maybe made for purchases,leases or nity gent relly. are requested to call and examine our Alabama Alminacs 1S47,Comic Alminacfor IS..7. for power to sell the real estate of the deceased -

l'.. FRNCI"ClrS 1JE%KEn ing certificates from persons in res- oth.rwise. for the undisposed of portions or tracts stock. Our clothing we can warrant as being well IS-I7.New Music for Piano Forte and Guitar or so much thereof as will pay the debts due by

l"-%' ,. method to !. public that he Vscting it*valuihleeffects, can be had gratis, by ap- of aid bnd lying and being in the counties of Wa- made, and not having to pay the manufactors profits, Thiers French Revolution. cheap edition. said estate.
: TAKE abov 4ula! Gadsden end Franklin, and known Resident in Pekin Theodolph Cornhill to Cairo
..' Cabinet Warehouse to the p/ying a a in the purchase of them, we think we can sell the NEIL FERGUSON. Adm'r.
: building formerly ocupje b/ Starr& Co.'text doot Talh"iee. January 10. IS Iff. 2! t the" f'orbe Purchase'to our duly authorize agent same quality cheaper than the merchants generally. Wigwam and Cabin Western Clearings Crystal River Eenton Co., Fa., Dec. 26, 1946VSURGEON'

to Peck's Tin Manufactory, in the rear of which he Notice. Mr. J.u.E. IkrIR. in the Call and see. At the old stand on Monroe st. Widow's Walk.French Gentleman Forest Knight,

.-. intend to carry on the business of a CABINET I JOSEPH DELAFIELD CLARK & STILLMAN. Wild Sports, Wilfulness of Woman, JIo mO Ko m
51X months after date I shall to the 9
MAKERUNDERTAKERandL.PlIOLSTERERand'WI apply lon.I LEWIS CURTIS, Tallahassee November 7 1546. 16opii Chess Palladium, Klosterham Last of Saxons
a ( ; ,
K? Judge of Probate of Leon County for Trustees the Land Co. Marston Memoirs ofa DENTIST
feel* well prepared to eaecute .any orders in either of .Ipalachicola O'Dunnoghue, or Statesman ,
S .;' of the above branches of his business.He lion \\ts Executor of the last will and testament ofLukeyWater.dec'd. January 10. lf 40. BRANCH. L. O'B. BRANCH.J. Archibald Werner Life of Conde returned to this city and may be found at

! 4 is provided with the best material for the CIAS. S. SIBLEY.; Notice. & L. BRANCH. Gabrielle Mimanso Fair Isabelle, Old St. Paul, HAS times unless professionally engaged, at Las

. .. : manufacture of new articles of; Cabinet. Furniture, July 11, l'; 51 Cm undersigned, duly agent of the ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Tower of London, Margaret de Valois, old rooms at J. L. Demilly's Boarding House.

7.:5j. rich M Secretaries, Bureaus Tables, Itod-iteid., 1 ollce.SIX TiE of the Apalachicola al.thorizf Company, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Genevieve, Mont Cresto, Hidelberg, by James, October 3, 1S46. 11 3mNotice.

: Chairs, tc.. J., in the neatest and most |>erfecttylc. months after date, I shall present my final ac- is prepared sellr rent such portions and connection with the Southern Life Insu Rifleman M. Antoine Leontine Wry', Berlin,

. : He repair any description of furni. / and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probatein of land within the f'orbe Purchase,as have not tract n THEIR & Trust Company having entirely ceased, Our Army on the Rio Ch.Grande,Combe'on Infancy.Judah's .

;.K' t.' and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a regularly of by said Land Company. Personal : they will hereafter give their attention exclusively Lion by Elizabeth Music of the rpHE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stockholders
di"polr
!. flarold return his grateful thanks; *to the citizens discharge as Administratrix of the estate of William int riew, may be had with the at to their profession. Church.melia'J Poems,Old Purchase, JL of the Union Bank of Florida will be held at the

of Tall* ,t.e-for the liberal patronage lit has al- H. Smith, late of lid County dec in the neighborhood of Quincy or subscibr may be They will attend the Supreme Court of the State, Sartor Resartos Rational Crime Christian Altar Banking [louse, in the city cf Tallahassee, on Mon-
u.ELtZAHETJ
J. read recel*** arid respectfully solicit a continuance S nTI. (directed to him through the Post Offices, at that and each of the Courts for the Middle Circuit. Cyclopsedia of Practical Receipts Napoleon, day, first of February next,for the election of Direc-

: V rW'r'r;,_ favorSsLe pledges lijmelf to give eati. Jefferson County, Otober 3II'lll. 15 I place and Tallaha",ee. March) 7, 13 16. 33 Cannivja Sacra Burrow's Music Primer &c. (ors for the ensuing year.
J pil :' Iirntlleir orders b'tla in SPLENDID FANCY GOODS AND CHRISTMASPRESENTS.
"Ihl 'e HY. L. RUTGERS Cuhier.
a.Zan'iiry E. BETTNER --
pr.ce ;, .lfTj5"| JOHN ER5UINE. JAMEo agent .
& ---r'I of the TI" .IpaJaehicola Land Co. EDWARD M. "'EST, Justice of the Peace December 19, 1946. 22 tdm
T\r., Cheneel Baskets Paptterie Boxes,China Vases,
U ATTORNEY AT LAW January 10,18-18.' 23 ly attend to the collection of debts coming ;
Mumncl W.CttT rrriipKrpliriii -- WILL/ 1 Rich Work Box price $40. Card Trays Notice.
and J. wJ.iiJ.ini1? n- Sle- ftulncy, Florida. jurisdiction of a Magistrate's Court Perfumery Jet Combs, Silver Combs, Fancy
, i' attend the JUotice' Courts of Gadsden LAW NOTICE. and will hold his Courts on the second Monday of IX weeks after date, we will apply to the HonorJ -
'ATTORNEYS Combs Head Ornaments, Head Pins Bouquet Holders
' AND COUJHAVE tons A' \. WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, THE undersigned 1 have united in the practice of every month for that purpose. Accordeons Thermometers Velvet Albums, able the Judge of Probate of Madison County for

f'nm..I l a partnership in .. |>riiriir,"' ind the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. _| Law. They will attend the several Courts o. All business confided to him will receive his Morocco Albums Portfolios, Card Cases, Souvenirs, letters of Administration on the estate of Thomas

!-*.' and will give Ihrl joint alien/..,, tn hui.. ., November: 22, 1845. 19 tf and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida prompt attention antI settlements effected with as Jet Broaches, Enamelled Pen Holders Chess Men turnette, late of said County, deceased.
;. nni wmMftl Id Ihrjrcare. iti the and the of Franklin and the little If d collections DAVID BURNETTE.
. 1fl'dtll(1''11. ** Sentinel copy. s Jackson in delay as possible. rtqu backgammon Boards, Cigar Cases, Pocket Books,
"- .rt. arid in the ( of J.dUllnl anti l Also the without suit. DAVID GOMTO.
: ."mt. of the \Vestern Circuit. District Court of the made Fans and Jet Ink
Fancy buttons Tray., ToothBrushes
SAMUH B-iSrcrwrw. will cor. FRESI United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Su- {jCh Office in the north-east corner of the basement Nail Brushes, Silk Purses,Satchels,All the December 26, 19-16. 23 6t
r"'lde at Q'lhfI' SAMUKL W. QA State of Florida. of the Court-house.
CAKMACK ammmB ireme Court of the
1.y""r pm Annuals for 1847 New Toys for Children in great
; A'Lt-: llAKrk at Tall liiMee. One of ||hf THOMAS RANDALL Tallahassee, September 19, 1846. 9 Cavalry, (Light Infantry, and Rifle
(for sale P.
o SI 6. variety, by A. HAYWARD.
spend a part of hi.tIme' at ApvI. 'hicoU, AND l a few b; f !SEEDSI'hIerds or Red THOMAS H. HAGNER, December 5, 1345. 20 Tactics.

aM that will aten fo any coinmuAicatioTi, diu'ttl la / Tot. Lucerne and lfla 4Jjut. receised at Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. WE ARE. RECEIVING by the Tallahassee A SYSTEM of Tactiee,or Rules for the Exercises

,.I"e. the Store fl f A 1.TUSTRF.F'lVEDbytheTahlahas.e' Tallahassee February 21 I, 1846. 31DEALERS Sides. Shoulders and Hams tt and Manoeuvres of the Cavalry, Light Infantry

1.t l) pmbe2''IV 2 Tallahassee, November 5t, lS4' Sugar cured IIam,very choice M. D. PAPY, and Rifflemen of the United States, by authority of

: --- mwn i Mackerel, Buckwheat Lard he Department of War. Just received and for sale

t OYSTERSTlf ..rt jmI Flour Dried Apples, Irish Potatoes, j1 @mSm d 'fi1ll W9 by P. A. HAYWARD.
Pkkled )I-resh Lobster
i J.u ms4. : / .Jlon. Cranberries, Raisins, &c. Practice in all the Courts in the Middle October 24, 1846. 14
'Jt rrt I b ( WILL
nann Jam.
with fresh OYSTEtl ur- J,11. na'IJrry Mala Grapet, rmics, Medleliics. Paluts, Oils BIRCHETT & LINDENBERGER. Office on the first floor of the Cap.
hr, O, lirfxnn .
Mu
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t'
1w; 2, 1841. 2-1 ito1,South wing. room formerly the BagIng and Rope.
January
feY Saloon. 1i Tb'it.11z11e1ta fce Window occupied by
Apalaebi Oy4n.
will b* reteirHOB Walnut and Trenate Cal"lfl, Hmtce*. Perfumery, ClU P1ECES Globe MM
Secretary of the Territory. inn ,
Thartdayt and famili,
** Un b* : l.lNIF.NRElU'ER.Jsrmrj '
htart"y.
the quart or gallon. J mp- IRCUt 'lIeiispr '..U'II.P POU>"S, barrels Cider Vinegar, (or sale by November 15, 1845. 17 i\J\J 75 pieces Covington,
2, 1 21 SCheI.ee
flje b / Apotheti VINEGAR 100 Sea Island
..'. IJANIEL T. ftEA alum "'QI &e, STARR. LLOYD. FLAGG. pieces ,
i-; October 31, Hf.. IS tAqttor and Wi e>. e p4 ror sale at the Jaauary .2. IM'7. 24 Florida Supreme Court Reports. 200 coils Rope, for sale by
hnd' published and for sale at this Office or by
; STARR, LLOYD Jt FLAGG.
. JAMAICA RUM, Madeira i WIMl loed make p JUST P. A. HAYWARD.May .
C September 12, 1546. 8
,.e KotI.t.hr41 5 Peach Brsn
SIX urflhaft'i .Sste, t.halpesey ff m? IM, t, Rye Whnkeyv f""p'f.) Mains WineMv.origahel W .. ind b r. aitiola uf STARR, LLOYD FLAGG. Kersey und Llnsey.

' anl roochr. lth. Jrpi4of "of, F'pr ( oii. k whrtVey; CKnyvMt Mj 8pt t t t1tiMifu'f January -'. 24TMYRNITURECbair.v'BeaDreaua. Stable to Rent. CASES Kerseys
S den ,, aad Hk f"r a from the Cetnae; Briwr// A snrtd L4pu; 6 I". 6
COt 61 YARD 1 do
cthM2j teider &Thei iatiUt A GOOD STABLE CORN HOUSE AND Linseys.
M1tiftr. .
the fe O k In Rout Tablet
atr on Wr. nUifanf.dl. ft-oteh Ot C fM AH of wHcWve- fm Iwswt [ wtx. attached convenient to Monroe rreet. Apply Just received. and for sal by
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ARCHIBALD L' Work Table fcc../or.sal by -
! !:lH, $lA.CHETt k M. 11tlrt 'o J.--R. FORTUNE.Deetmber STARR, LLOYD fc FLACO.
ft STARR LLOYD FLAGG.
.. Qi.lQ1yJn" ;I J nrnry 5/KI7.1 8ERE Pl1;H, WW t LTrttS 1 A. AM7!. ..t 2,1<547. 2t l 14s. 22 Septnabtt 12,184. ftO

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