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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 30, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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L WS'rused counties shall each receive for attendance at the court house of their nrd and return -e-ry writ ;process, ten cents.-- Writing and executing" deeds, one dollar. ;
respective counties to receive the poll books from the' different pre. Each copy of any process containing one hundred words or less! Bills of sale, seventy.five cents. f
) at tie Sttend Session cf the General iucmlly of the State-1S16. cincts therein the sum of three dollars, and for delivering the poll twenty cents ; if containing more than 0one hundred words, at the. For all other services not herein provided for, the same as allowed :
books to the Secretary of State at bis office, the rate of ten cents for rate of ten cents for every subsequent one hundred words. to sheriffs. )

CHAPTER 71.--[No. 1.] every mile of travel to and from the seat of government, the distance Writing, taking and approving each bond, seventy-five cents. Translators of courts, elisors, and all special officers appointed by :
tu be estimated from their respective court houses or county sites on Calling: jury in each suit, twenty.five cents. !the court, shall receive for their services such compensation as the '
ACT to provide for the of Electors of President and Vice Pre i-
jtf dent election dl the United State the most usual route to the seat of government, which fee shall be Mileage, the distance to be estimated to and from the court house judge of the court wherein the services have been rendered, shall :
allowed by the Comptroller, on the certificate of the Secretary of to the residence or abode of the person served with process, going deem just and proper. .
SECTION 1. Be it cnacted'by! he Senate and House of Represenfa
State, and paid by the Treasurer. and returning:: per mile, three cents.
lire of the Stale of Florida in General Assembly convened: That NOTARIES PUBLIC i
of this State [Passed Senate, January 4, IS 17. Passed! Ihe Hmille of Representatives Jan. For committing prisoner to jail under ca. sa.: capias, mittimus, or Shall receive for
Governor the time
the ;isixiy days previous to provide protesting bill of exchange or promissory note,
other dollar.
uary 6. b-l7. Approved by the Governor, January 13, 1837.] process, ono
by this act for the.t election 6f electors of President and Vice Presi. and registering same, one dollar. .
Each recommitment of prisoner, under order of court, fifty cents.
dent of the United Stales l 1r\1I.: by, proclamation to be inserted in at CHAPTER 73.-[No. 3.] Releasing each prisoner, tvventy.five cents. For noting bill of exchange for non-acceptance or non-paymeat,
Jfast one newspaper published at the !seat of government, nnd Mich writ of habeas fifty cents. .
dollar.
Executing one
other papers printed in the Mate! as he may see fit. give notice of the AX ACT to establish: a Tariff of Fees. corpus Administering each oath, ten cents. t
time of such election, and tljc number of electors of President and SECTION: 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rrjsresenlalives Conveying prisoner. to jail after arrest, or removing prisoner, permile Attending at a demand, tender, or deposit, and noting same, ono s
ten cents.Whipping
Vice President to he chosen. of the State of Florida, in General Assembly convened, That dollar. t

SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the persons qualified} to vote the several officers hereinafter named, shall be entitled to charge, Confining a person: in under pillory sentence, under sentence of the court ot ,court two,dollars.two dollars. Noting protest of a captain of vessel, one dollar, and five dollars

for members of the House ot Representatives of the General Assembly demand and receive the following fees respectively, viz : Branding prisoner person five dollars. for extending protest and copy.

of this State shall on the thirty.fburth day preceding:: the firtt THE SCCRETARY OF STATE Nailing ears of prisoners! to posts, under sentence of court; three Registering foreign protested bill or protest, fifty cents.
Wednesday in December, miles it should be on a Saturday or Sun. Shall receive for every official certificate and seal, one dollar. dollars. Each certificate with seal thereto, one dollar.

day, and in that event, on the succeeding Monday, in the year eigh. Recording:: and coping papers officially, for the first one hundred Hanging a prisoner under judgment and sentence of court, ten dol. Each order for survey, one dollar. '!f
teen hundred and) forty-eight, and in every fourth succeeding year, words, twenty-five assemble" at the places which may be designated: for holding the election fifteen cents :Provided, he shall not charge the State for any offi. Collecting money under execution attachment, or other process, clerks Supreme court and Circuit courts. :.n'
and proceed to elect a number of electors of President and Vice cial service performed under this act. where there is an actual sale-on the first three hundred dollars, CORONERSShall s
President of the United, Slates equal to the number of Senators and commissions, one dollar, as in all cases now provided forby hundred dollars and receive for and
Issuing three per cent, and on all sums exceeding three summoning a jury taking an inquisition on .
Representatives: thi Slate may he entitled to in the Congress of the 1 law. balance of all a dead body, and the thereof f. 'v
I less than two thousand dollars, two per cent, and on making necessary return to be paid by
United Slates ; and the election precincts in the different Countiesand JUDGES OF PROBATE I sums exceeding two thousand dollars, one per cent ; without sale, on the estate of the deceased if the same be sufficient, if not, by the ;

the inspectors thereof shall be_ designated 1 :: and appointed in the Shall receive for granting and issuing: letters of administration, the first three hundred dollars, two percent, and on all sums eXI.t't'd.ing county, six dollars. .:k
and the election} shall the
and close
same manner: commence at same three dollars. three bundled dollars and less than two thousand d liars, one per Any other service performed officially, the same fees as allowedto :-
curatorship,
!hours, and be conducted under Ihe same' rules} and regulations as is executorship, guardianship, or sheriff for similar services. :
and balance. of all thousand dollars
warrant of under seal, fifty cents. cent., on sums' exceeding two ,
Issuing appraisement
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or may be directed by law for electing the Representative to Congres. ;
Issuing each and every citation or notice, under seal, fifty cents. one half per cent.Advertising COUNTY SURVEYORS .

SEC. 3. lie it further enacted. That it thai! be the duty of the in.lectors Granting each rule, filly cents. property for sale according to law, under legal process Shall receive such compensation for their services as shall, from 't'
at the different precincts in each count forthwith, after the' Writing and taking each affidavit of one hundred words or less, fifty cents. t time to time, be established by the board of County Commissionersof : t Ii
close; of the election} to seal up a poll book of the election which twenty-five cents ; if containing more than one hundred words, at For keeping each slave, taken under execution, attachment, or their respective counties, to be paid by the party requiring their ;, n
other !' such slave to be allowed half pound cooked meat per
the rate fifteen cents for } hundred words. process services.
shall be carried within two days after the day of the election to the : every subsequent \
and one pound of bread day, or its cquivolent, thirty cents.
Sheriff of the County who shall attend the two days succeeding; the Administering each and every oath, ten cents. day per JAILORS It
election at the couit house or county.site for the purpose of receivingpoll Recording or copying any will, se.tlement, or other paper, or order For keeping horses' cattle, or other stock, taken under legal Shall receive for imprisoning and releasing each prisoner, tvvcn. t
such reasonable allowance the or justice from
as judge
of court to be recorded or copied, for the- process
books as aforesaid ; and if the inspectors at the different pre. required or necessary ty-five cents. i ;.
cincts r.r any, one of them shall fail to carry the poll books as afilr('. first one hundred words, twenty cents ; for every subsequent hun. whose court the process may have issued, may deem just and proper.the For keeping and providing for prisoners, runaway slaves, or slaves 1 i'v
incurred in
said they shall fide t and pay to the State the sum of one hundred dred words: alter the first hundred, fifteen cents. And for actual and necessary expenses paid out or taken under execution or other legal process, per day each, forty :t.II
safekeeping
levy and safe keeping of personal properly, or in the arrest,
each and bond cents.
and seventy.fhe
dollars each, to l he recovered by an action of de t before any Court Wriiing approving every cents.
laving cognizance thereof. Filing each paper relating to estates, five cents. and punishment of criminal' (as are not provided for bylaw For ironing prisoner and taking off irons, fifty cents. 1 <'i<.,
SEC. 4. Be it further enacted That the Sheriff upon receivingthe ,! For every certificate, with seal of court thereto of one hundred ) such reasonable allowance as either! of the judges or the justice For medicines, medical service and attendance furnished to prison. ::
poll books as aforesaid shall administer an oath or affirmationto words or less, thirty cents ; if m re than one hundred words, at the from whose! court the process may have issued!' shall deem jus' and. ers, such amount as may be allowed by the County Commissionersof :
for inlerpreters
hoirevcr That there shall not be allowed
each inspector| who shall deliver said poll book, that he was an rate of ten cents for every subsequent hundred. propl'rl'rm'ided bailiff the proper county, provided such prisoner shall be acquitted and 1(
inspector of said election, and shall endorse; a certificate of ha'illadmini..tl'rt'd Every search of less than one year's standing! ten cents.Every to the courts, more than three dollars per day ; for discharged, or shall be insolvent and unable to pay the same. t;
such oath or affirmation on the poll hook or packet de. search of more than one year's standing twenty cents. more than one dollar per day each ; for servants to attend on the PHYSICIANS .

lirered to him and hall' moreover give the inspector delivering! the Taking renunciation of dower, with certificate thereto, one dollar. courts, more seventy-five cents per day ; for each person as a Shall receive for attendance upon prisoners in any of the jails ofthis : i'
poll hook a receipt for the same, which receipt the inspector shall file For entering every judgment or decree of one hundred words or guard, more than one dollar and iifty cents per day ; for; horse-hire, State, the sum of set'l>nty.five cents per day for their actual at. j; .
with the Judge or Probates for that county' ; and the said Sheriff/ ; on less, twenty cents ; and for every subsequent one hundred word, at more' than one dollar per day,; for boat and hand hire per day, four tendance, and the usual price for medicines as charged by druggists .r
dollars! for each in actual service (for erecting gal.
the receipt of the poll hooks hall deliver or cause the same to he de. the rate of ten cents per hundred words. day employed ; in the county where such services are rendered. q
annual settlements of administrators ous, more than ten dollars ; for erecting pillory, more thin three "
and .
Examining auditing
the of
l livered to Secretary Sate at his office within twenty-five ((2."i;)
Julian and for all stationery, wood, and candles, furnished for the SOLICITORS OF THE SEVERAL CIRCUITS .4
days after the election under the penalty of one thousand dollars, to executors, i>r guardians, one fourth of one per cent on the amount ;
bf recovered by an action of debt before any court having: cognizance thereof, debits and credits. use of the court, the judges; shall make a specific; requisition on thesheriff's Shall receive for every indictment, where the offence charged is :"
for the amount to be furnished, which shall be the sheriffs
thereof: For drawing every other paper or writing not hereinbefore( otherwise not capital, five dollars. "

SEC. 5. Be it further enacted. That the said poll books, on the designated, of one hundred words or less, twenty cents, and for voucher therefor. For every indictment where the offence charged is capital, fifteen : ,J
For deed for real estate (to be paid by purchaser,)
hundred words at the rate often cents hun. executing dollars. '
twenty-sixth: dart unless ii; l hp Sunday, and in that event on the (wen.trseventh every subsequent per "I
dred words. one dollar. For civil action in behalf of the State, to effect t
day<< after the election snail be opened by the Secretary of every prosecuted :
Slate, in the presence of the Comptroller and Treasurer of the State, Any other service not herein .specified, the same fee as is allowedto Executing hill of sale for personal property, to be paid by pur. where the amount recovered exceed one hundred dollars, such rea. ;

and such uf the Sheriffs as my choose to attend ; the Secretary of clerks of Circuit courtsProl'wed, That no fees shall be de. chaser, one dollar.Summoning sonable allowance as the judge before whom the case is tried, -!
State shall cause the poll books as they are opened, to be read aloud, manded for recording vouchers of administrators, guardians or other grand and petit jurors, under venire facias, for each shall deem just and proper ; if the amount be lest than one i)
term of the court, (mileage included) twenty dollars. hundred dollars, five dollars :Provided, That in of criminal :
and shall make out a fair abstract of the names of the persons voted persons. no case !: : f
for, and the number of votes given for each ; he shall make out and THE CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT Summoning each juror under special venire facias, or summoning prosecution shall any fee be allowed to any Solicitor when the ;..

sign a certificate containing in figures and words written at full lengththe Shall receive for issuing writ of error, one dollar. talesman, or bystanders, by 'order of the court, (mileage included) prosecution fails by reason of any defect in the indictment, or where I i ia. li.

number of votes given in the State for electors of President and Writ of scire facias ad audiendum errores, one dollar. wenty-five cents. dollars nolle prosequi is entered. 1 ,
three
For attendance Supreme court, day.
Vice President of the United States, the names of the persons for Filing and entering returns of each of said writs, twenty-five cents. upon per WIT F.SSE9 };

a horn such votes were given, and the number of votes to each, which Entering the appearance of defendant in error, twenty-five cents. MASTERS IN CIIANCERY Shall receive for each day's attendance on the Circuit court sev t ji
certificate shall M rpcord
in one or more newspaper! printed in the State, for the information the saidCLERK nesses, fifty cents. For each day's attendance on justice's or other court, fifty cents. ;' f-!
of the public and the Governor shall forthwith make out for For subpoena, tvventy.five cents. and from the of :
; OF THE SUPREME COCRT AND THE CLERKS OF TIlE CIRCUIT every For mileage to place holding court to abode of I:
the number of persons to be elected, and who have the greatest number COURTS Every oath administered, ten cents. witnesses, four cents per mile. n

of vote! certificates of their i eing duly elected electors of President Shall also receive, for issuing writ of error, or scire facias ad audi. For marking and numbering each exhibit produced before him, For e ,pense of writing out ticket and proof of same, ten cents. J';
and Vice President of ihe'tlnited States, and transmit by /special endum errores, one dollar. ten cents. And any witness when the cause in which he or she is attending s r
\ messenger or other safe conveyance, the proper certificate to Docketing each case on appearance or other docket, ten cent For attendance :jpon every case, if litigated, two dollars and fifty as a witness is! continued, (except in cases in behalf of the Slate) fl'
each person so elected : hut if noire than the number of persons to Transferring and re.docketing each case, after continuance, ten cents ; if not litigated, one dollar. such witness shall have the right to make out and prove before the fi
be elected have the greatest and an
election of those hating such equal number of votes shall be determined Entering appearance of defendant in person or by attorney, ten cents. his or her account for attendance, mileage, &c. and to demand of 't't
by lot, to In drawn by the Secretary of State in the presenceof cents. For attendance to settle report, if exparte, one dollar. the party at whose instance he or she nmy have been surnmone-J IJ

the Governor, Comptroller, Treasurer and Sheriffs. aforesaid, and Issuing summons ad respondendum, under seal of court, fifty cents. For drawing reports and schedules, upon a reference, per folio, the payment thereof; and if default be mide-in: the payment of the ; .:.:
the said poll liooks shall be kept in the Secretary's office subject to Issuing subpoena} at law, and entering return twenty-five cents. twenty cents. same, such witness shall not be considered in contempt of court ; \,
the invjM-ction of any person who may choose to examine the same. Docketing; each subpoena in subpoena docket, when such docketis For engrossing and retnrningsame, per folio, fifteen cents, for nonattendance thereafter as a witness in such case in behalf of ; F'f'
SEC. 6. B it further enacted. That the electors who shall be cho. kept ten cents. For drawing: aid approving bond, one dollar. the same party :Prodded, he or she shall make proof.f such de. !11

ten as aforesaid, shall, at twelve o'clock on the day which is or maybe Writing and taking affidavit of one hundred words or less, twenty- For report upon a reference for the appointment of a guardian, two mand ; and every witnesses account made out and proven as afore. .: }
dirtc ed by the Congress of the United States, meet at the seat of five cents ; and for every subsequent one hundred words at the rate dollars and fifty cents. said, and signed by the Clerk, Justice or other person issuing the 3;
government! oflhis Slate and shall then and they perform the duties of fifteen Cf'U'S.Drawing For drawing every order, notice or paper required, per folio, tw en. subpoena, shall have the force and effect of an execution and may' 1
enjoined upon them by the constitution and laws of the United States. and approving each bond or recognizance, seventy-five ty cents. he levied by any constable of the county upon the goods and chat. ; ,
SEC. 7. Be further enacted, That( the several persons who shall cents. For copies of all papers furnished, far first folio, twenty cents ; tels of the party for whom the services were rendered, and collected tin :

be appointed to conduct the election of electors of President and Vice Issuing commission to take testimony under seal of court, seventy- for each subsequent t iolio, five cents. like manner as executions from a justice's court :Provided ncv.ertheJess. i}
President of the Unit-'d States: shall, for neglect: of duty or l for improper five cents. For attending at time and place of sale, and adjourning same, one That any witness shall have the right at his or her option, it

conduct, he liable to the same penalties and forfeitures as arc Issuing instructions to commissioners to accompany commission, dollar. to defer making out his or her account until the suit in which he 01 J(
or may be provided by the law for regulating elections in this State. in each case, fifty cents. For drawing and executing every deed or bill of sale, five dollars. she shall attend as a witness is determined, and have the same taxed a 'J
SEC. AJe further cnnctefl, That each elector of President and Arraigning each prisoner in capital offences, fifty cents. For taking every recognizance, fifty cents. in the bills of costs in the suit. : !
Vice President of the United States, shall; before the hour twelve For entering every plea, rule, order, judgment, sentence, or decreeof For receiving and Piling out all moneys, except moneys arising SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That where any witness or office ;f i
o'clock on the day next preceding the day fixed by the law of Congress three the first five hundred dollars, and half and than i
court, of one hundred words or less, twenty cents ; and at the rate from sales, percent on of a court shall willfully knowingly charge or levy more
to elect a President and Vice President of the United States, of ten cents for every subsequent hundred words ; and for enrol. per ct>nt. on every subsequent' one hundred dollars. he or she is really entitled to, such witness or officer shall forfeit and II i'1
give; notice to the Governor that he is at the seat of government, and ling the same on minutes, the same rate. For taking deposition of every witness, per folio, twenty.five cents. pay to the party injured, four times the amount so unjustly claimed, "' ::1
ready at the proper time to perform the duties elector ; and the Governor Administering each and even oath ten cents. For all sales made by him, the same fees as are allowed to sheriffs. to be recovered on motion, before the court wherein the services 3 h
shall forthwith deliver to the electors present a certificate of all Calculating interest and assessing damages for judgment in each For taking any account under an order of court, or other servicesnot were rendered. :
the names of the electors! ; and if on examination thereof it should suit tvventy.five cents.! herein provided, such compensation as the court may deem rea. SEC 3. Be it further enacted, That the several fees herein pro. >
be found that one or more of $aid electors are absent, and shall failto Docketing each and every judgment, in dockets of judgments, sonable. vided for, shall in all cases of suits, be taxed in the bill of costs, !-1
appear before ten o'clock in the morning of the day of election of twenty-five cents.!' JUSTICES OF THE PEACE and collected with the judgment and other costs of the suit: Pro. f

President and Vice President: aforesaid, the electors then present Filing each and every paper in a suit or other matter five cents. Shall receive for each day's attendance while sitting as a courtto vided, That each distinct item of costs shall be particularly enuraa- f 1;
shall immediately proceed to lect by ballot, in the presence of the Swearing, and calling, and recording petit jury in each suit, fifty hear and determine proceedings under the act concerning forcible rated in the bill of costs. ) :,
Governor, a person or persons to fill such vacancy vacancies as cents. and detainer, per day each, two dollars. SEC. 4. Be it further enacted. That no officer shall hare a right R
nay have occurred through the nonattendance of one or more of the Recording verdict of jury in each suit, twenty cents. entry Issuing each peace, search, or other warrant in criminal cases, to demand from the State of Florida, or from any county thereof r tI

electors. Issuing writ of fieri facias, or habere facias possessionem, under fifty cents. any other fees than such as may accrue for services in the appre- "
SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That if any more than the number seal of court with endorsements, taking sheriff's receipts for same, suing each writ of attachment, summons, or execution, filly cents. hension, safe keeping prosecution or punishment of criminals, sav.n !
of persons required to fill the vacancy or vacancies as aforesaid, shall and entering return of same, one dollar. Issuing each subpoena, tvventy.five cents. "> and excepting all such as are provided for by this act. 11
have the ,greatest: and an equal: number of votes, then the election! of Docketing each fi fa. in execution docket, and numbering same, Writing and taking affidavit of one hundred words or less twenty "SEC. 5. Be it further enacted That if either party in a suit shall ':

those having: such equal and highest number of votes shall be deter. twenty cents. five cents if containing more than one hundred words, at the rate lay any costs therein before judgment: decree, or disposal of the :, } ,:
mined by lot to he drawn by the Governor in the presence of the Every certificate under seal of court, of one hundred words or less!'! of fifteen rents for every subsequent one hundred words. case! such party shall hathe right if he, she, or they recover i i
electors attending ; otherwise ,he or they, to the number required, thirty cents ; if containing more than one hundred words, at the rate Writing taking and Reproving each bond or recognizance, scven- judgment against the opposite party, to have the amount so paid by ill
living the greatest number of rotes, shall be considered elected to fill of ten cents for every subsequent one hundred words. y.five cents.Swearing. him, her or them taxed and included in his, her or their judgment : '. i 1'

said vacancy or \aca uciel'. Each search of less than one year's standing, ten cents.!' each Jurfiliy cents. Provided, That each distinct item of costs so paid, be particularly : .
SEC. 10. Be il farther enacted. That immediately after finch choice Each search of more than one )ear's standing, twenty cents. Administering each and every oath, ten cents.! enumerated in the bill. )
is made in manner aftresaid'the name or names of tho person or 'I'axingcosts in each suit, tvventy.five cents. For entering every judgment in each suit, twenty-five cents. SEC. 6. Be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the t '
persons so chosen shall forthwith be certified to the Governor by the Recording or copying any instrument of writing containing one Taking relinquishment of dower. with certificate thereto, one dol. clerks! of the several courts to tax the costs accruing to each case, '; f.
electors n.aking such choice, and the Governor shall cause immediately hundred words or less, twenty cents ; if containing more than one lar' when the same is determined, or at the close of each term of the f .
notice in writing to be given to such and every elector chosen hundred words, at the rate often cents for every subsequent! one hun. Copy of any record or other paper containing one hundred wordsor court, if required, and to keep a duplicate of the bill of costs on file ; 1
to fill such vacancy or vacancies as aforesaid ; and the said person or dr *d words. less, twenty cents ; for every subsequent one hundred words, ten among the original papers in the suit. ,
persons so elected and notified'and not the person or persons in whose Issuing marriage license, recording and filing same, and record. SEC. 7. Be it further enacted That when a bill ('.( costs shall be
place he or they shall have been chosen, .shall ho electors, and shall ing and filing return of minister, judge, or magistrate! executing the cents.Drawing every other paper or writing, not herein otherwise desig. taxed by the clerk and approved of by the judge of the court where. t'
other; electors at the time and and then and there rendered it shall have the force and i
meet the same place same, two dollars! nated containing one hundred words or less, twt>ntv.five cents ; if in the services have been effect
discharge all and singular; the duties enjoined on him or them as electors Issuing each subpoena! in chancery or writ of injunction, under containing over one hundred words at the rate of fifteen cents for of an- execution, and shall be collected by the sheriff as in other r I ;
aforesaid the constitution and laws of the United States and : and it shall not be to issue execution
by
as seal of court, with requisite endorsements thereon, and entering return subsequent one hundred words. cases of executions, necessary 't
every '
of this State. of same one dollar. therefor. s f(
SEC. 11. Be further enacted, That whenever the offices of Pres. For process at law or in chancery, under seal of court, CONSTABLES SEC. 8. Be it further enacted, That no fee shall be charged in.
ident and Vice President of the United States shall both become vacant if the same every contains two hundred words or less, fifty cents ; if con. Shall receive and return of summons, fifty cents.' any case, or for any official service performed, or claimed to be per. t E
it it hereby declared to be the duty of the Governor of the State: taining more than two hundred words, at the rate of ten cents torevery Levy and return of execution, writ of attachment or other legal formed by any officer of any name, character or description what. !
for the time being, upon receiving :i notification of such vacancy from subsequent} one hundred words. process, seventy.five cents. soever, within the State, unless said fee be expressly authorised and i n
the Secretary of State of the United States, or other proper officer Drawing every other paper or writing, not hereinbefore otherwise Executing and return of peace, search, or other warrant in corn.mat their amount be specified by law. i h
forthwith to issue his proclamation directing an election (for electors designated of one hundred words or less, twenty cents, ; if contain. cases, one dollar. SEC. 9. Be it further enacted, That the clerk of the Supreme ;, .
of President and Vice President of the United States as herein pre. inz: more than one hundred words, at the rate of ten cents for every Summoning jury, mileage included, seventy.five cents. court shall receive three dollars per day for his attendance on the i
scribed for holding the regular and stated elections thereof and the subsequent one hundred, words. Writing and approving each bond, seventy-five cents. Supreme court while in session, to be paid out of the Treasury of t
electors elected under this sec4ion shall meet at the seat of government Receiving moneys into registry of court, and paying: out same by Collecting money under execution, or other process, the same commissions he State. '
and discharge all and singular the duties enjoined on electors of order, one one per cent on the first five hundred dollars, and half of as allowed to sheriffs. SEC. 10. Be it further enacted, That all other laws conflictingwith ..
President and Vice President of the United States by the constitutionwl per cent on each subsequent one hundred dollars. Mileage the same as allowed to sberiffsProvided, the distancebe the true intent and meaning of this act, be and the same are t

lane of the United States and of this State.:; Entering each rule on rule docket, twenty-five cents. estimated to and from the residence, of the person served with hereby pealed. l
SEC 12. Be further enacted, That each and every elector who Issuing license to hawkers and pedlars, one dollar. process, to the place of holding justice's court, except in cases of [Passed the House of Represenfttires." December 31, IS 48. Passed the .
hall attend as an elector at the seat of government as aforesaid, shallbe SHERIFFS arrest, where the number of miles actually travelled shall be charged. Senate, January 5,1841. Approved by the Governor January 6, 1847.] f
entitled to receive three dollars for each and every day's attend. of any process or other paper required to be copied of one
receive for levying writ of fieri facias, attachment or other Copy hundred words at that Isaac Hill U. S. Senator from New ; 'f
illCe. and ten cents for every rrjile of travel of the estimated distance Shall hundred words or less, twenty cents ; if over one CJr; It is stated formerly !
each levy, one dollar. hundred words. intends to establish democratic in Wash.
a new paper
one Hampshire
of subsequent
the seat process for
most usual route from hU place of residence to gov- the rate of ten cents every
eminent| and the like sum for returning, which sum shall be allowed For arresting each defendant or prisoner under capias, ca. sa, Writing and posting up advertisements of property to be sold, filly in ton, which is to have the Congressional printing, be baring made r .
b5 other warrant or writ, one dollar. a bid." ,
the search or the most satisfactory
Comptroller the certificate of the Governor and paid by
Treasurer out of on in the Treasury not otherwise apeproprlated. Executing habere facias posessionem, one dollar. cents.Service and return of every proc.s not herein designated, fifty Caleb Gushing baa been elected Colonel of the Ma..achueetaa.. t
any money' Each service of writ in actions at law or chancery, or other pro. rents. giment oholuDt..I'I. f

he. 18. Be i*further enacted, That tbe 8k riflT, of the different cess, fifty cents y :







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FREE- -- -- & From- the Daily Picayune Extra.LVTCU Taylor is some six days in lite rear of Gen. FLORIDIAN. cidate: *. to the encouragement and patronage of been popular or even acceptable to soetk.,;
THE volunteer is also known.
,4f'] The following terse and forcible article weir FROM MEXICO Quitman, with 5000 regular troops. So, i school'E. *, You fenxaber t,, .
A. NIEL led them m Florida
,
and
said h.
cut from the N. 0. Commercial Times. It Gen. Q. should find things for wacted.
com
}}) the arrival of llio brig Jeflerson, Capt. to war WM. 4. ** *** a.
which
.1" :: merits the carefil'pcrus"\1) ofevery impartial Mo' from Havana in fort he can fall back on Gen. Taylor, and 'LET us ALOU. NEIL good troops, he denied that Our ",, *
\ gan, we are possessionof WM S. BOGART.We WM the galant old '"*
,{":1 searcher after Iniih. Free trade is called an ) of papers to the 10th inst. united forces can repel any attack which SATURDAY, JANUARY 3O 1811. confidence of the whole veteran South Gatne lIrbo <;k< ,

; abstraction and its advocates ridiculed Urrea make. Gen. Worth is still at Sal- .. .. and Sooth."
; are a! Th, British steamer Dee arrived at Hav. may --- publish the 'following communication at the ced in chief *1s
---- *
I: wild abstractionists ;. yet the truths they teach, ana on the (;th m!t. and brings us files ofVeraCitiz tub,, having been reinforced by three regiments {-The letters from our Washington correspondent request of the Adjutant General. Our remarks, to to the standard command of their a word from him "OIltd I .

.! are dictated b}' the plainest eonsideratiotc of! piper to the :il i ht Urcemher-foJr: days volunteers, from Ohi Kentucky and published to.day."ere intended for our last which he alludes were perhaps rather general], but alrous .hearts which neither country tiny thoosaj[f I'.

common sense, and the facts upon which th '" liter than we received l II'>' way of Pen acoa.We Indiana. Gen. Wool is camp fifteen miles paper but owing to a failure in the mail, were not were intended to refer to those \vht> have neglectedtheir Wool] Pillow Scott ncr Tay jll' **

&:.1 rely 1 are such as every man, Woman, and child!') I hire very )little to add to what! we hate from Saltillo, on the road to San Luis Potosi. received until Tuesday the 2Clh duty and particularly to those who had ordered ,in nor nor any of the rest of the *
now command could:
1 will acknowledge.] The tune is near at luiil, already said(of Mexican .alTurs ; Congress waiting order!. Santa \nnacan, deemed musters and had failed to attend either in person or obtain ; like Glen T
reinforce Urrea L.tho Tula Pass Passage of the Volunteer IMtl.( call of spirit from the vasty deep, whicJi '
and is hastened In arrival from 1'urope. has acted for expedient, ( ) WWM
: not that unlessall
our We have only to reiterate
every upon propositions peace. by **
The bill authorizing the President to raise ten regiments proxy come for the calling nohow.
:\t when those who have talked "o facetiously of f Gomez 1'arus was sworn into lfice on the with a large force. Mexicans inform me that officers throughout the Stife faithfully dischargetheir
volunteers for the Mexican wan,hu The House of
:
Representatives'
lnj: this 'rialpnwer. wul wish that the American lib ot December, and that (div assumed the !such is S"n13na'. intention, thinking to pass. the to the Militia bad : e been tittour.
: draw Generals! Worth and Wool from Saltillo ed both houses of Congress. and become a law. AVe duty attempt organize sing on Niggerolopy] for the last far
t people possessed eiiouglz of it to appreciate functions of the chief executive m the absence well be abandoned daji, *.
that the of u Pettit of
learn from
Washington course appointment Indiana Petit is the
when he would that (
French
their own logic long spun out, on \'ariou. of Santa .\tina, the President. I He pronounced immediately occupy for I itt.
of subaltern officers will be that no applicationwill made a Its Ie )
Fifteen hundred hiov.C speech as thought
are ,
now
ofPoliticallconomy.: a short discourse on tlm' occasion, in which plare. lancer against .laY
TALOFA December 26, IS P3.Coi.
4 Tt pints trade is the unrestricted exchange of he ;deed !.il"f! I lint he would pro ec-i'e! the ring around Gen. Wool's) encampment, waiting be favorably received br the War Department .. and old Virginia. This called the \ irg Du chitaPrJ
other a fivorable-! opportunity to strike. uulm it is accompanied by a vote of Ihe full quota S. S. SIBLET- to the rescue, and to- hv Sir Leake0f thataV1leaked .
:? what we can produce cheaper than I war with :IIOf and cniistanc> "until the jus. editorial in the Floridian
DEAR notice
.,i'n Oar continue to suffer from If men corresponding to the rank applied for, ready S'R1 an out a pretty considerable '*
countries for what they can produce cheip'r tice of our c:iue shill bo acknovkJed! and troops tj chi sjerch mff
of the 12th inst the of the Militia which,
..t1!; than we can. flverycountrv. from geogriph-! our territory e-vacuitcd. ** ; and t lexers at every post. t') gi at once into seme'. This course, we have on subject Southern nzLls Sir Rhett, ofSonth Carrl, ,0'
.
.ki : ical position and) c'iniate: low price ot Ir. T.'jis!' election of President i and Vice Prcsierit i- YIu trl. imd'rtn.d; ), will be adoj,ted in c.nSf"l'lencef the with its( present qualification involves a censure. made a rhetorical di.onr..r.n tLesan Jjf. *
J, great numb..r of applications from il'sections! of. the indefinite in its application as to apply, by implica.tion. lass \1"Clornanrh both of the
,:{ accumulation! of capital and ronseq expressly dv'clired! to be id tn'crrn or \K IWInrrT bta'eofeot IlIisot
thoe who After adverting
to are properly exempt
abundance .il) their! fn-tions Tcxai ; 'into tor omtnisK, man 1.1 tile applicants Ungiim. astridejof the same rail. Tbnrrn
,, I rate of interest, or au. chenpn provision ar % to continue Pri.ccmcrs.-Mr. Gillepie, released 0cf Ohio
of good land, r"tCIt superior[ ficilit.es.: i.ilil the instillation! eifthe executive authority l.ttcly] !)} Santa .nna. at S in Luis (says the their ability to rai-e MI'it 'jllllI. and indeed it to the recent Regimental Reviews of the 2d the floor for to-morrow ,L.

): overall others, for the pro Suction ofr,Muncommodities wliuh nuli Catabi! ] !icd LJ the con titutiu1; Matamoros Flay) his; joist|:retun.ed to M if:i. is -.,id that of,.is ofntirenian.l! I men have been made Brigade, you say, that There ha, not been the first All this talk is upon the Oregon bill If,* .,,

)J ) ; and bv mransof. free Jrado. *ieJj tim !!. formed.ien. nuros. :Ir. Gille; "pie wis captlrf.1 at Chin n -jrv ,sufficient to fill the army re.,uirrd at once.- Inspecting Oificcr present properly"equipped at anvRegimental within the next two wteks: I111et you know.

'1' made! to participate in the adx':intages *.fall.! ( Calnltr w n at once appointed i on the I G:1: of S,'ptemlfc'r 1 1.I ist. and) was taken Pun if the q'iotas are ctlircd l by applicants for conMI muster in the State ; and call for a WAC.4lfoo.VAS1OiaCrox
i -lin.I' reformation this ect. All this is right : _;
seems a. if a kind Providence, in tbi .!'i i. i-m"r of ar ar.1 l took! the nccessiry ; on to ban I Iii in :,dvi:n'j e.f J the! r.tie it- i
,' ,. tribution outs bounties!, intlnffet to make : nor Xubieti: has ; the :Mmistn of ing Mexicins 3111tl'r'}'. Ipoll; his arrival who! tl us oft r. ibis statement H mad on the authontv The press and the public mind cannot be too vigilant Jan 13,147
;
aCet'pl.t
'i: bond of union and peace among nations of Fiaanct anJSenor that oft'oreign ) i[ San 111:s. he, wrh other prisoners of f a 1..tier we ha"I en (from one of our Sen. in their scrutiny of the acts of public officers ; yet. I have to-day seen a letter from an IIltelI'reut1
: atM", thf! }li we learn it M nit made by him as care should be taken that the i mocent be not miolidm gentleman! in New
", ;; their mutual dependence. .AtEmir'. xx as pit i ia prison at."1 reiniiucJ in confinement ; : Yc.rk. not a politician for U ]

..t A very important; fact never to be ov.'roa. A Vera Cruz piper of the 3ht nIt.: announces until rele'ase 1 :.1 cor.i1iunr'i.t to GenerilT.ior : ,'..,i'mc.l bun flicial authoritx, but as the general the Cf. su'e. As the Adjutant and Inspector a m'rchant.tho savs, *'

': i '. cd in c!limiting the benefit of free trad:, i" .that n re'po'i"! ti> the urgent call from h} order of Santa Ann. I He sjiciks .m.1 i appro\ni un<2cr!tindin: and belief at Washington General of the State, the above censure may seen to We have seen enough to knew that the I
: Tarif
: -J that ererthir.g that a nation consumes \ Ir. th.it (ii'xernor ol P.-bla had ensige'd) to in terms I.f tl..' hu'iest! : praise- of Bear! all .\f'i'hrIIII"| 5 : 1.,1 1, I"Jf'fI'foHn forward apply! as well to myself as to others ; and I, therefore would art ino-t beneficially! on tteccuntrv iftf***,
ctro '
.; ther it l be mid"' at home or imported from t re'nii SJ"i: .Ofi)() HCY SllmltlV.! The troops the Mexican ofii'Ts, sixe em! wih: "linn Tie their en'lsh'rr"lI" to the War Depirtncnt It will embrace this occasion to place myself right before not for this war.

J'. :. abroad, is cqiilly produced \by the inJti-'rv. of .it \ _' :lvuz.--e sa I!!) Vraiteneelfor t Myplies.! had an} dealings ; a li i oil'* oi1<'ir m pirti iu- ''M? t'u! lk>t recornitmmeio'.otifln! thedingtt. you and your readers The law under which The receipts ef the cas'tns have been S<30o

its citizens I In a comniTciil 11 point tit \ jew Tht iiiP'i'hH Cyprus- eif: the at bin I lir. (Cart. Conzilesoi; the J!:; (';1'.dr.II' we are attempting to effect the pre.ent military organization already anamst HIllt. la.t ,Mr this time If ?, "

t :, the only irnjxiitint quality in a pioduct 15 Lni i, 1'o'toi i exceed:,TT.OHO.) ) thin\' the prisoner!, cal never forget f.;,r the Look out for I:ount<'rfclts 1n' "f the State, requires that, It shall be were out cf this cuned war. brought en by id.ohe.

of Trench kindness and .. extract th' ruin-wing front the Charleston: the duty of the Adjutant and Inspector General to Mexico, cur confederacy would '
: : value ; and when we mile use A vessel Clipped into Vharido during the cmi'era'mn ith whch! he re ent the mMt

: ':_ wines or French si:ks Wt' oul\ consume the month of December, and di-po cd of her car. treated) them. Til' o ficer li'llmdlom: thl'l (',nirnT f the 21*t Ja:niarj. and commend it to the I attend once in f our years the 'isfercf each Regimentin brilliant spectacle cf a happy arid free pforfc that

.. "alue rrou't'd bv us in cotton:tobicco corn, :g'> f 1r; $ JJUIIO.' Pt| isoimers r \, hush tn''I'c UPI i atll'ntit! of the citius of he! Mate.I South Caroli. : the State and the drill of the officers of each the ever esistol on G,xT* earth.

.', ; or any othtr aiticle (1jftCIf I In this w;\". On thft titi! tilt.! Congress rppron'.) a law th"ir represent
'. 'i we tr)1.lrt the! t' wiufS ti.1! jl.t as post i. I ',ft1! s,''!tw'fyil; or.r'.I.: )' whi i<'h t? is piovi- and par".1: (! mdl'i': :ll..t. i in 1.11'.1.1 l 'f, tnnre redi'\'! periap! <, than the bills of. required to attend the nutters cf the Regimens ef i vet unsettled The infuriate arti-suveryitegarere. .

.' : tiveh as if we ma.!Ie th MII our hanJs oiJy IIi d i le.l! that no : ;r s'iJi. accept oIi'* u.iJer The nunil "r of fn."|>s at >,m Liu.. Gilli's- jn\' off 'r St.ttf' in the t"ni"n : their Di i.iuM at / a.\t once ill eveiy two years, and solved to drive the South to de perafi':, The blow

i ] weiln it !11,, a cheaper prorr*s 'b}\making I the-t (;U\'I.Wt'J: elir.ug his Jenn ol e/fiice and pie states to be 27 )100) at the tim. af his d.partute f".1| uC.ultultiliz.l.t dollar !Idiot flf the F anl efC.4oh'toni the Prigadur Generals are required to review i annually is aEed; at Mr Calhrun Firm as adicait; ,th,

f, trade perform f"r U$ the work! ofa Hl! or .ivn.j o'ioear( I ibrreautr. with an .i.fditio'iil! force of I 100)0') have rr'f'elltly ina-le their. apf['earinre in Thus are the duties of each specifically laid efforts of his enemies will recoil urn themselTti._
." this cit\ Tin\ j'urp; iif to l he sin dliII. \'. Cox-
Ichiue. I ;. iropo ,iWe! to iungine ai I\.' A dui-io'i rf ,00' troops, ran arms, bail) lo:1cwhfr' in the ,'il'ility. Tli') Iirjc; (foice' I! -.tit. Pre'.mder.t, all.l ,\,
,:' other way c.t paving lor our import. eeept (b\ I been detach! irma tl.t> :mi tin bod. ofthc eii'un *. was under c.vistint 'rI!, and I n..nv, .mrei.zu ( Ui niif; r
": f the exportation ol 1 our own pro1'tie's' or of ar- I I toe>oc'ip\' the p-*> cf Tu'i.! t.ticer! were sail 1 to be eiigige.i m the seri i -U,' i.l'*, ", all,1 I :' duller '(illri i )i'\: but loss issued they are neither delmuert or censurable, inasmuch rtct'y They have in the Hoase inserted in thtljorcanizir .

'.;, tices: previoii'h imported) in oxchinge :or f lr t .\' wunth<".f'IrO.:tlicminr bv a.'ci*,-Irnt, e\ret. The>t in amount one in-tsnce of these", dc-1n I a- the period ai"i.rieJ ca:li by law for the discharge tie Terntrnal GvercrceLf.pro: .

: products whfh is precisplx th<" unu thin.} : I h heeti Pioiat',1 the agent of tie 'siibordiui'i! provtii'dn j the! MiXiranj! | 11110111, tin ti (1fI'ui.alio:1 If r\ small, and the of specified duties, has not e\pire-d Each I that the rrdir.arce of 1757 for the government

;, To cncotsrage b\ nean ot bounties the direct fiirei f ; dtbt J l ,.i f: ) Jsenor Lnperem.residn ll" I ihii> s.' learn .oi'- i<'rv' dttirnUt III'l ccttinc in wl.at I. have the neht to chose the jcar in which they will the rid Month W*>st Tern'ory, which exrlodei tv:

.: production at horiv oft! t can lie bettor .1 / n I.JOI, )iris been authorized! tone [, Jf'f' Cll.rru-TIIt Messijc of Piecident I j ;Si'\v ire o it. Ut, art atitli 'ri/(. 1 al"o to tate, that attend their Reiewswh.thcf: course, mu t be governed I very, shall extend to Oregon. The bill has breD Ie.

..!,; ". obtaired) bin (xcup., is to fivor the' :'.' ;K ute a J0:1 Cf"\:1ty m i'lons' ofdollirs. lo the JI"lit':1 C !i;re>"s is Mid: ) i| ly no li lull, \V.t'fthf: I o-.thru\i R'm in>n I'tfKiilenl>iti;>.n <>f*:-'-, K-
': dearer at the) expense of the cheaper process ; I' Vo append :1 'tier from our correspondent to hive been receiv':' m this! ntx, b it the rt'- years fur which I was appointed ha* elapsed, and as I ciuy.and being three Southern men on that ecncuttee -

., :, ; it is like bribing a man to tN' the hanJ.. Havana of it if there shmosv reluctance I it n to be trusted thev
a\I 1 : __ cipil'nt ( are any) a lectures on I'hrei IIft-\tllemotechll}'. the greater proportion of the Raiments of the State will not in their report
: b instead ofth sass .nll. and) the handloom 1Iav.tt. J.v".. 0 1q17. to let us its tenor or what it re. as the House bill does, excl"de
1:1.1 I.uo\ I IonllcIJ. I 11. e ours. of L<'ct'ir t on tint 'nmce by Profes- remain unorganized, I deemed it my duty to defer the South frca

stead of(the power-loom.' j' Dear Ptc.-\\e hue had. here the Mea;n.'ri .. Rumor gives out, that it presentsto I ''>r \In- wire c"ld.1! I last e,enm!. WeliatcI the attempt at inspecting and review for that year in settling in that territory if they ee ire,

; Man per-ons tree I.\ adin.t) the adv'intakes ,I \ .*jssi"ii] : : ." livs since, but she brought (Congu a deplorable! state of ali ir.- ;I Kurd) OlAt one 'h''iifln[ tl o 'u,i..n b> the members I order that time might be afbrJctl 1 the ccnnnandmg The house were engaged on divers biLs i an Qr. J

.:' office tra'!,', pro\nl; it !he tiiiivera1)v), atb.) I! : nifagi.1 ''tiI"t; of nexvs.-:;!C sailed: 'forNorfolk ; holds rut no h"!'"' tint' the nmtrv can MIC- I[ oft I lie cli-s, and that is of unqualified( gratification at officers to organize their Regiments, and be preparrd The chief -u!jf'ct"a" tie bill to increase the pi?
ed, hilt th,' insiSt on th<' nece-sitv of n'taliation tin ;tl. TIe Unti ''i e.'simiy!' the march of I"c. and lands ,
: \ ) < n $ steam irI imptde ( Vmencans the whole course Proft-sor SI leaves for Quincy ina to meet me Hal I attempted the d schar;e of this give to volunteer! which was oct si-ttlti!
i., agii'ist: the rf'tuc'ne policy of other I rived; *'u'rdiv. anJ brings i I the I and) Mids that time The Senate
capital
more comm> t the ,
} interesting'accot.n upon no It d"J of so, and will impart to the citizens of that duty the present year, the efl-.rt, to a great extent was discussing gradaati: n bul lu
( nations. nut this retali t'lon; is at our own !' *'. Congress hid! j'i't. and 'be )hOst in proposing to C. S.. ites and Le taken
conj tie : tovn'erinto day it is to up again on tl
wi place m,tr;iction on this subject. If his other en- mu.t bate resulted in a failure to render an\ efficient 'lIorrow-
expense, anJ oul: :\makes the! matter worv. j 1:1l! at all'! (odds the w' ir a ail 1 th!! ? Liute ; peaceful! nogo'iation! for a settlement ofthe 1itm"nts111! permit it i* hoped that Professor SI service; for, with the exception of the "d Brigade, One u f our Senat', Mr! 'muke oflered an amendment
True otherxejnm \ their;
Mit>, by lariit'ssomewhat '; Sates.-'i'bev hid been difiku.'t: This : of
in twenty
rumor coloring
} gains a providing that Florida Pine Barren
!t'-ill will uiakc it convenient to return to Tallahassee! there has only been a partial organization as tar as Land]
'
111urrH our trade! ; !hut th'.v in- "tIlt as \I.t no plan hid been sty eMedI truth from what xxc l hear stated as a t tact that fho'ild: be ubject to entry at reduced and
prices
'I ant I repeat las Lectures No doubt! a respectableclass the records of ray ffice how, throughout the State
: jurI' their on If'oit'! imiiK-i"'irablv!_' more thin I {or r tisin,; fin: Is.. although the armv wis m time a d.pathas I1'ut to Gen.; \\ortlo fro.n Sin graJuating prices less than o'rer fo'uc! Iind
coul I be im'nediittlv; formed for that SI> transit, therefire, from nneestremeof a dnision J
do purpose.
they (for i Ih"11:0 their; '
; us pij own zrt a'est strai's t flr: ef LII.S. notiivin/ him tint Mexicin ( .
walt j isions--pav t"C on.g'cs which was 'vocated by t.io-eli and and
duties it.t 11/\ I The follo.intestinnoniaIsoftbe manner in which to the other must have necearily been rapid, meeting i lieagne,
I not trr. ti1ies, a du'vl'2: ( vxas out of) the) I om ie }has ; hid] agreed to receive a Minister from Mr Alien 'Ohio, Sir Crilten
opposed .
\a < by eIIIr.
Kn ( fIJ..it 1 I his cf" its arc regirded! those who attended! hn but few Regiments on their grounds of parade,
cents land
Cotton
: per pojnd on ; in it IN irted the :
s a rullr the! } as o negonaiing in [ fitted) states, veMed with to treat Calhoun and other
powers Lectures have bien handid us f >r publication. Tla rendering no service to the State ant at the same
admitted free certainv! do _
we not .
; our U all Street for lo > .Vnna h id been'cartel InnorabJe! Wafanwro.1
fel a in. ant:i ; uj)yii terms.- i'/ag. In tie Court Sir Berrien
and Sir
Supreme Webster
lai which cannot be mistaken time, avoiding the discharge of fatiguing duties,
cotton ancheaper t! a I'rciiclrnin on th it ;' : Pres'dent) a I ; the -- speak a :nage :
/Juil receiving
account. If other countries mistake their TWO '),\YS LVIUl HWM: which mu-t be discharged by me. When at the ensuing argued for the Apalacbicfla Land C-jiapaaj tttmotion
I i Vtes of! 11 out t of SO S'atc: I II lad the votes ElROPE. that \\"t'Slcott
own interests, and) will lot permit trade to be 1 b would Bv,' the shiplhs Captain Coffin, at New TALLAMA' FE, 2th January, 1817 Fall musters, it is Loped the various Residents II made and argued on FH-

I. .. en'ireh! free, pojiul policy advises to m lk'.* j IIc.1 hise tkel received i } lfl"lli'rs but 4> :.1It.of f ()\11 -noI V".ik e.n Fndix, (he! l\pre has received At a meeting of public cla.s that attend) the will be ornned: and on the field for drill and m- day last, on the part of Sir Innerantj.wbo,I leans,
fut
.- t. it as m jrh so as we can ; and we may be prfectl election. Tins! is rather' ominous!,WIt when we Liverpool) pipeis (f the ;th of December, and lectures of Professor I'LISY SILE, on the su'jpct of speclie.n. By reft'rence to the duties sizned me bylaw is of Pen-acola, to dismiss the appeal Gen. Walter

r sire of one llntig-that sri tar as it M I, considerthilh" vas at tie head) ofananm' of (!li<5gow of time same date. She sailed on Phreno-Mntnv.tcchnj, held in the Capitol at Talla- it will! l.c seen that the conmi-.ioned and non. Jones of this c.ty. I am told, replies to Sir Berries
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: free, it cannot be otherwise i than beneficial, :I 30,000 n. But the most circumj Sunday, the 6th, and of course, brings but one has;ee, immediately alter the close of the course commissioned officers are only required to be drilled and :.1r"eb;ter on to-morrow The case, it 11

,':I lor no one would willing trade at a l Ios. .|j stince i is U, tint (;Ult'Z Farias strange, the |pcr ullta-: da's business. The journals arc discussing the cieeting was organized bj the unanimous selection one day previous to the irustrr, which places it in said, is one of considerable importance: being a decree

;. l. I cal IiarJy !be s .pt>OAe>J that the, ino,t U: i tion ot I tf'dl'ri.u'! : Santa: ,\una is ofcntrabsm ( our Mexican war with spirit. A piper of the of Gen THOMVS! BROWN, Chairman; my power to re'icand inspect the first division in to foreclose a mortgage for about :fJ,OO. ca

::l': compromibing pwtcctiolit is prepared to dispute is ell'l.tl11 \ I'-e au.) fJ' olli says : and n, C. \Wu-o;. Hsj., a- Sccrefar ,\fler\\l.ch, sjmthing short of five weeks, which du'y I inten. a tract ef land la your State called the Forbes par

,.'. e the advantage! of j improvements in the I.j.i the execuMve!; duties in Ih ln'i''nt,! ah"clcc of tho f'. .. '1'he war in America grows gU"licioIB. the object of the meeting having been e olained b\ ded eJi charg ng the ensuing .'aIJlcuing the Eastern chase.. There were several grounds taken on the

models and Bailing) ej'ialities f.f ships ; of the m.r. Santa Anna his once expelled( (; S.tntt: \nni was polil'J 1 ushered ; James A. I ILrthelot: K>]", on his motion, a committee division which is \et without any thin; like motion to d:stn.ss the apj'eal. TLe case I presume

:. ': application of bteani to the imitation: of the )I I ., and is "ai.1 lint wh"n the election or"zFad b} the mtod States, bx their p permission, has was appointed by the Chair to draft suitable! complete orzini/ation.f: r the third year of n\ term.It will be decided next Saturday. In the suit between
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ocean or the discovery of the magnetic tcle-! i lone nothing to termmite hostilities which resolutions, the of those who for thus obvious the U S and the old Bank cf theU, S..about tie
; I)cam kn)" n. COle ofihc IrienJs of the! litter bearing tt-tuaonj attended was reasons to my mind, and rendered -

', graph ; Jet, as facilities of intercourse, they' said 1 to him-' \re!, vou must nov get t ready ii'Mthor pirtv erms disposed to prosecute the course of lectures, to the agreeable and necessary by circumstance, that I decided on French bills of Exchange, the Court decided against

,.' .4. are advene to hio p"hc\' : a reduction ol : to g't to New Oiieius'! *. Veremnt, [we \viih befoming cllcr:.. Gen. T.ilor Iang"iish courteous manner in which the Protes"ordist.harmed the course which I hate pursued The idea advanced the Bink.

."* r freights! the saving: ol tin\ and. interest art| slnll CM'J J xx as the 'i'fiei'it: ( answer. 1'xe- < s in the 'field with an insuflicienl force his duty, and the perfect ease and ability! with by some that wouM: be impracticable to inspect There is a good deal cf excitement here respecting .

f to oldjtv. Long ant i andSintinm) without "ither an which he .lamed them the diusion the the news from Rio Janeiro, about Sir Wise'i
: t. equivalent :relbcti1 rv'hiu/n:! 1 ttixe to ,'mona i is is ii-uil, aimyorrnonev. c\j to principles this a during months of November and
t! % \ c.pcli\>a es across t'ietlantc! womJv : sh'oultd: in tiivsterv-Iun'r: :anJ 'ven is silent -. talks bij, but d Ks ::1Otllin It is not new and interest,' CiCice-- December, !. not sustained by the law, or anv rational quarrel with the Emperor Brazil. Seme seen 4.
I. c'** Le capital but science i is dcci.I : uure.fflal: to MI' | :1.jt.gde lure; but posed to ce sure boon, but the Cttuntr111, I think
t pjolectionists at ]lea\. her v.ioe lio."s not I.MCJ tt.it plice, JHT, ; .wecm : I Whereupon the Chair aPpointed the followinnllemeri .. construction which I can place on it. The
I r dedly! anti.prutecfioiit.< j Intttr excisi! a it. MIICI it. or something I -ustaia him. \\ ,AC U100TE.Iluriors .
i I anl his mtt'ntions are not t'> I be gtK' ;<, J at. <.' a.s that committeeto wit: Adjutant anl Major General have the undiubted

f' :,? ; I'lie be! c\ Ifuce of the happy results 0'.1 1 j j He- won't di-btnd j Im armv, and! if Congres! : ':;.1' else, his n due i'd) the! 11111 ron of war to a minimini. i i- I J. '\' rthclot, Cfiair'n llla"ward. right, in ordering their reviews to have them so ar- ,-Amonz the rumors fiom Washinrtonii

:' s xi'ireMncte'd nnn.rce, is to be luinul in tiiuteicourse .' : m't liu'l i I'jvans. )lie wi! 'bcomft .thc Con.. As we Mid li.t x etk, the I:mted V \\nh.tnuon: lr Jno Gamble ranged as to have the musters of one Brigade cf the: one to the effect that a distinguished Southern Senator

f': t between thcc! United btates.. : '* and) II.! States must' comtK-1! the Mexican to adopt the. Divi isbn tu succeed that of (tie other in .
gres", ;. I'I pta.es.! Loperani: il]I IJ IJ Smith. M I). Papy, regular r- had resolved! to propose to the Senate at an early!
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: 4. here h per.ect free trade-reciprocity' n nef i IMS \ J mea IIi of f securing; p-ire. '1 his must be the der else why the obscure and clause'> the .
LfIJJI. 'J en n ime fts ag"nt to rai-e a tw.: 1'ltrlin!' Hrv W Neil, nugatory day to withdraw our armies from Sfexico on the following
f vcr cared fur; or thought' O:-oiie State buI \* (11.1 ofthe war sooner Jat; ,
; I or r.
: ol $2(3)ttUO.( > ) ( Ir W. R hayward, James R Gamble, ninth section of the Jaw dt fining the duties of MajrrGeneial srounds : 1<*-We want peace d-TTi
!I! : rom another without troiblin! ; ieh'as! II I I am : thai time Sm 'Juin d. Tile chai that has: I t"l' mid'* in the politieal which sa.\* thc :Iaj.r General; shall attend
. t.:1 gi-ti.n! at S. S. Sibe! John Hillin, can ac luire i it( bv withdraw; ; cur f rees, m. ita.1
; chat i is taken in; return. *li'i,t>i i !pjii buy toi.i cJual.tl'r ofthe I H I"*'i,e of )Rep 'esintitives .
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liis and drill each
ts-ieruliiin ot ot : Di.
u 1.1 s on th-1 point ot i -- Grahim J. H Vanllorn, a review Regiment r < and naval, from the lands and waters of Slexico 3d
.. corn, and poik: from 1limmuis! th.' t tIme administrati is noticed and
aIhouglz : .4 apainst *
tour : : < t tir; want tn visionr U\T once in two This
in. years' -We
*' pronoin : ofproxiMon Thrr J, IJ Keene J. 1:. Htttner every can ain ncthinj' by the continued proseca-
I ,*- e.. latter ()()"e not take: : ii Iqe* p unJ! of CftIJ.., : are about/ I.Vj[) nu-rhs i-i the: CJ tl.', and) of som" remarks: rnidc as 10 'the diflicu'ties! .bvwhich Kogart C. H Blood, certainly, if it implies any thinj, implies that he tit-iri of the v>ar. -tth-The question ot slavery a

Ir* : 9 the only cx4K; rt article; ofMi.ip1i.{ TIii) i> : the!,. aim 1 lUJ( are t.olhi'rs. In Vera Cruz the I Pi<* iJent is surrounded when m J. B. WlateLtir-t may attend them oftton'r, if 1.echxj-i-s. which conW free territory fits a bar to any acu. itiTs cf I Iatd
: done freeflow) J with! the choice lie '
. in perfect an the irarns'jn about! UoO, arc o'leii on >hor ( minontv.Th not be done it he hal! i.o rijit (., erder the two Brigades south cf the Ri.. Pravo "th- And M<*x!co has no
To winch cciimtttee the Chairman
: markets. th! States hojd! become h ul llIot been I bale of on motion
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StJjIjOSC -re : a single cotton
ta i )t1 lid )K' such
| Cllnfm > '. independent! tiatiuiis it i i cu tat hailiizis wpre m at WiaCiuz await. prescribed by law for inspection as would enable hi
i : prison : she will become tth-\\ e have, therefore, nothing
restrictions on the ofth 5th of December learn fiom tho The Committee after taking a short recess, reported -
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4 any imllrtatioa pro- big his trial) as t t]>y. He %xiil not be Kent t<)I as we jour. to attend them and the same right, as a matter cf to gain from the prosecution of the war but
of isoull! '1 lIal ot'tiiat due the f>llowing solutions:
. uct liu :1 .. ilpi-i' PcTuV. -:i most rare occurrence.Tho cour-e, extends to the Adjutant General
'* I. Re.vu.Tholt th thanks of this peace, which we nay easily obtain at c'cebytl*
.. could not bm so cheap. is true ; siles of cotton for the week meeting are
"b.1 ; 1'xen: )here is h were
bolj 1J v prep( :iring for time In justice to myself, and the motives prompting withdrawal of forces.
cur
: two States, is true of any i.ition on the globe 1 T-SOOO( () bales which ,Id.OOO; were on due, and they are hereby trndmd to Prof orMiLr
j; royal 'e.t.m c'lcratiol of th<* mirtiagv elf'I sjiecu- my action, I respectfully ask a place in columns "
your Such, the Charleston Patriot," we understand
for the able and of says
is ten inlt're"ting
lat course
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iOIl.
eier one &tcj buying cheiji as I
) iltlI.
the ,
1 lake the
| v. aw it place on for this communication
.. well) a! in wiling dear ; and b} supjiljuij! i is I I'I 1-th fII''f'l., amJ'JOihm-t. The prices (,r provisions continued to decline lectures, delivered by him in the Capitol at Tallahav.ce is the proposition, but we rather suspect a
Respect funy,
own wants at a low rate, it can ibm better 191 in Trance.Collections on the subject of Pbreno-Mnemo'cchnj. majority of Congress would r.* .em preftr fightirg
p M. Beari} e>f t the \, V. Sun, baa goneto Your obedient ""rant. "
fc ,:: aflbrd its products at a le!s price. To deprive Mexico per British ttainr, with his wiio were to he innV, in the churches 2. Rfort.That w e take pleasure! in being ableto J, SCOTT BROOMH, it out at dead expense

. ,i;o oneself one advantage because somewhat: and ilaughtcr at (;1.1"OW forlhe I Hi I !lilan! ')lers anti uplinders recononneRl) him as a gentleman and a scholar- Adjutant and Inpector General F SI Eleton of I' >. Stnatcrt.-Jaraes SI Mason,

J* restricted in the other, is a singular act of P I have not time to write more, but send a who arc as destitue as the Irish that we hate been greatly surprised, as well as high. formerly a member of Conaress from Virginia, its
"v- folly.] PcalIlt. Iv edified and instructed, in the course of ]lectures
file been elected bv the the
Mexican '
that State to
Legislature
hma1rs.| From our a'hiutoit (orresponideimt.V.asumNcToa .
.4: J Now, all this seems to be perfectly) plain! lours, .VMIGO.J'ron It is Mated that the Britannia took culver} which I I.e has delivered-and let his footsteps lead United States Senate, to upplv the vacancy occasioned

,. > but \i'h some people, it is considered as t the) large orders for goo''*. him where tiny ma he will always bear with him Jai.uarv 13, 1t;. by the death of Jud. e Pennvbicker Pierre

,t, .. best reason for not believing one word of it. th* M"ifnff HcralJ. our best good wishes for hi, success in the work in On yesterday, in the senate, an Inler( tin!; dcus- Soule, ore of the first bwvers in the State, has hesS

/.J"' % What is so clear, they view; as necessarily IATLU HiOM rin.: :.\KMV.I MXVOUK, jv\. IT-9, r. 31.OXi which he is now engaged lion arose on the bill to authorise fen regiments to i elected by tin Lotus 2-1 Legislature in place of tbe

.. !' shallow-a mere theory Their faith is ciclu *. States En,Jora arm ived at New !: I).VY I.:\TEn 1 UOM rUROl'E *J. R"/rI. That WI' arc }perfectly satisfied that be raised in addition to the present regular arm,- late Sir. Barrow, whose term expired on the 4th of

- : ivel) reserved for what they cannot com. Oileans last h'un.llil evening, from Brazos The) packet ship Rroche ter, sailed from the science which he teaches will so strengthen the Gen Cameron of PennsvUania, ofered an amendment Starch next Beth of these gentlemen are detrocn'J.CO .

::4: I.rehend-it looks so profound hantiago, whence fehe sulcc 01 the 1'Jth till:, Liverpool on the Tth i.lt.:! and arrived at this memory, that by ery little practice, all historical, riving to t'H'ry volunteer and soldier, who

Co!. Croghat.-A l.fthe Tennes Sue I,,ought oxer a number of oiliccrs and port to.eI,). She brings one day later news geographical, and political facts, may easily ,be ac- served during the Mexican war and was honorably : The bill authorizing a loan cf$n.11 W.o*
soldier
volunteers] )home the follow Mr. lallll 1 I. bean. of dcitchus[ fiom than that brought It) J lie picket ship Atlas, '|Uircd and n-timed. discharged, a quarter section of the public lands It an issue cf tieaMiry notes, parsed the House enJhJM

writing gives ( '.MI. >cott to go'eriiui'Mit.The which :LfI i'l'llonaturd n'. I t. !lieiolrdl,1 tIme proceedings of this meeting was opposed l violently I bv_ several Senators, who tnofi n.st bv i vote ef l(5n to ?2. Our advices *r
.zlfc ing characteristic incident ot the brave old I
" !ti Croghan at the storming of Moiiterej : b'('am<'r (;.iialli; was )loot on the! Tthinst. The pob'ical: news s she brings is not of tIme foe signed by the Ciuirman and! Secretary and that !sodto be overwhelming, in favor of the pI In. I .5it late encu;'i t


\Ve were rxpofed to a 'tire fOf ono iiiile m a heavy north T, f fiv: miles south of slightest t importance. all the papers published in this City be requested to hut very much shocked that it h*.nl.I IN- tuck to !I It will undoubtedly I'as that body bv a large axjorit' -

the mouth ol Scarcity ol' f cttl in publish I the same. hat bill. The Gt'N'ral31 coaxidaruhedat, and .
t the Kio ( ;muJ! Tho vessel was becoming general |
k and a from three of the menu's baltelies. : _ _ _
half ( all vf 1'iwtice and food On motion the meeting then poked at togtt him to withdraw it. He Med.)
\a.ht aad vxilh; it f ur Men, nirnes parts riots were quite adjcurnedTHOS. re-
afer from 1at ll.lost ,
2 Son we our t pofition The New York Vduntccrs. Col. Burnett,
tart.t and -
vali !
%. not ii.fi.erti common. BROWN, fought quite ntv. civ mg Minepre-ttv hard
fl\\
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m. the}' opened a most galling;ando prcs. was no news (says the' Com. Times; ) The overland mail brings nothing of increst. Chairman.D blows and succeed .n f..rcm?its opponents to vield. with live companies' of hi* \ulun'eerreginDt
sue fire us. Just at moment we sailed! ] ,
: upon at t the I IJr.i7os fiom the ,\nl\'. Gen.: Scott T, Wii-iov, One of lour 8.n3h'rf r. We lc(.tt, Ii"lid! his on m-s la\ for Tampito in the barqueJomh)1ce

met old) Co). Croghan, the hero of Sanduk) \\.is ttH1 on the l t th in.t. would remim At Liverpool on the Tth, there was an imirovement Sf en lary. unconquerable and meet, rate ht.tilitv In (he public and brig Umpire, Ie'avioig hebiiiJthea;
with his bat off wafing it in the air he rode all hut do J JUongir
; a A.xx'di\s when it t wal ripecttd" I ho would in wheat, and! an advance of from ands, in sustaining; the amendment, The bill and) one compan)-that Captain Count
between us and the t-nenn's fire, and said, *
which tewdaj
*- will lo'ow!! in a
leave lor Tain/nco/ or \ ittona. He had sent two to three pence mice Tllc'laJ' LON; FFMALF ACUF.1\IY.1 amendment were passed over for further considera-
I waxing his hat go on bojs, go on Tcnnessecane an express to (;(1. TaJlor, informing time hit. Flour) advanced) vu pence, and American Tallahais, 2Jth January l.17. 5 tion, but was not decided lod..y."n.. Div. on veserday with Lieutenant Cnionel I Baxter, in the barque
>, remember are from tho land of i Which Ietolc
Jackson Goon you take that fart and bear ter that he wuul led him at Tampico or vas selling at from thirty 'four to thirt-tixc The undersigned would express the great gratification biought "' the Lieutenant Gencril.rr SIiliarv Montfznmi. The two vessels

in mind that alJ \ ictoiia. I xx.is not previous)IJ IU"\I which ")hillings. Corn would bring out-three shil- thev have experienced) attending a course Chieftain bill, as some call it, and made a speech out an enorinou quantity ofpowJer.balit
arc from the land of OldlickorJ. )
you snail oflarg
. i The gallant (f those two place's! was iJli.llcd. as the PX- )iigsbul there was none m market. l.f lectures on Mnemotechnj, by Prof. Mii.r, in this which some pr ille.fr.. Badger of North Caro ina, arums, titles, muskets and pieces

bout and on the Tenncsseeins" return prcss had not returned \liu Eud'Jr. iail.ed. Twelve thousand bales Cotton sold on nstttulun n, during the past week. Having (thus Gen. Harrison's ex-SeC'rf'Jary of the Navy, made an calibre, some 3-1 poimJer ,
) went. A of Howitzer and Rocket men
i. the Tth at tlh to jth higher than Saturday's ration to div the company
1. been made acquainted l with the principles of this against bill. A motion was madeto

C.lp. Walker, of the gallant Texas Kan- Tho following litter from a gentleman well inces 4jd. to Ojd.; Orleans 5-8d. luT art, we would express a very favorable! opinion of its lay the bill on t the table by Mr Slanzum, d

in town a short time since, for the known here, is taken from the Malamoras a-4d. utility for the purposes to which it is applicable log it to be a test vote,all the w'lugs and three elem- in the ship Tamaroo, taking

purpose ofeianiining the unproved rifles and Flag : These are the memorizing and retaining all kinds of ocrats (Mr Calhoun Sir Butler and Mr Yulee.) them a supply powerful missiles, iacl1

: pistol to be been here. We now learn with CA.UUf Jan. 3 h, IS 17. The Pennsylvania Volunteers may vote for statistical and tabular knowledge, which it enablesone voting for the motion, all those voting against it be- bombs and shells.

.. t great pleaMire, that he has been allowed !IJ Dear Friend-I I rune eloxvn from Monterey Governor next fall while they arc in Mexico to do, both rapidly and surely. By its aid, all ng democrats and it was carried 2S {to 21, When The United States Columbus Com*

: (;ovcrnnicnl to equip hi mets with U'cfon'l }cuter !Jay with Col. Croglnn, who i is enrvulc and the returns bo forwarded home by the facts, date, &.c. & may be easily memorised and he vote was about to be taken I noticed that Sir Diddle arrived Honolulu ship from Jeddo, oo

: rifles and Co.t's: pistols, and that one 1000 of lt Austin, Tens authorised to raise a ommindmg officer. The polls of the regiment permanently retained It emphatically realises the Senator \\ estcoft, of your State, Mr Webster and the 9th, at Commodore, obtained
September. The
L each ham been ordered. Co). "Jack hays regiment of 'I'cxan Rangers: to serve during may bo opened in (he national place 01the true meaning of the phrase, 'to commit to memory,* Sir. Berrien, who were engaged in th/- Supreme all the he required '*

t. has also, we learn, ordered 12000) of Colt's) pis- (ho war. From tho most authentic informa. l\le can capital. Such is tho law ol for whatever information is acquired in the princi. Court, in the argument of a Honda cause,were sent Jeddo readily he also addressed supplies to taa E -
; note
for his a
tol: new nf Texas
Uegiment mounted tio.i; I have been able! to gather from Mexi. I'ennsyi vania.-IVcw Orleans Courier. pies of thin system, nabe committed to the mein- for and came into th* chamber jut before the vote make conmer. .
A" r. peror Japan to a
-4 HiHemen.- Spirit of the Times. proposing
cans, I am strongly in the belief that a battle) cry with the certainty of its being safely and perma- was announced and their names being called, Sir.Wcstcott cial treaty, to which he received a reply l beg-

Brigadier l; lcrc: Col.! James Gadsden was fought yesterday two leagues this side of Romantic Rercnge.\n Kentucky, a plough. icntly lept Nor is it of difficult attainment. The voted against, and the other two Senatorsfor giug him togoau-avand not return an! '

President of Carolina Railroad Victoria between Gen. Quitman, with 2000 man became enamored ofa rnilk-maid on a tactical familiarity with its principles and their ap- the motion to lay the bill on the table. The provision

Company has been apjtomted Brigadier Gen. ,'olunteer and) Gen. I'rrea with 1:.OOO regu- eighbormg farm. His addresses were re.. hcation, which the members of his class have ob. may yet be .tuck on the (ten regiment bill; as Good A Jcice.-A shrew td old gf ntl man

;. eral by the 'resultant of the United States. lar troops. Col. Croghan is not inclined to ected ; and the disappointed swain, full of ained, in the short space of one week, satisfied us it is considered by many to be very important for the once paid to his daughter: 1k sure, ff/

ien. Gadsden is to take comnund of the credit the report, but I consider the authorityvery melancholy and vengeance, procured a rope ; that it u easily acquired successful prosecution of the war. That the volunteers ] dear, that you never marry poor man, but**'

J Regiments of Volunteer from tho States of good having conversed with the Mexican ) vent to (tho farm, andtiod ail the cow's tails We, therefore with pleasure commend Prof. now in seivice are greatly dissatisfied with Tay. member, the poorest man in the world it o'

Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. who brought the express to Mier. Gen. together MiLit, and the interesting art which he to ably elu- brand Wool n well known ; that Scott never has that hat money, and nothing



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L1EATSESS IN FARMING. .. there came a frost a killing Irtt" which has GADSDEN COUNTY SHERIFF SALES. Extract from the act of Congrcts of 3d March, Leave Thomamlle every Thursday at 6 a m. arrive 10. The distance are given according to the U ,t

We baTe nome whore heard tht' remarks withered and blunted the hope* ant' prospects of Sale Day-Itt Monday. in March 1847. 1S43, lection IS.And at Monticello same day by S p m. information ; but no innt'al"r pay will beelloveet,

friends and relative To Ihe relatives ot the deceased ft br further enacted That it shall be the 3522. From Quincy to Chattiboochie 21 miles should they prove to be greater than it advertuct", if -I
It ir..CII
tbAt with the C'xxl farmer ever. BY virtue of a writ of venJitioni, expouas, issued duty of the Postmaster General, in all future letting and back twice a week. the placet are correctly named.

way to his business-that utility is all. andapprances we can efi.-r no halm that will entirely cure the Clerks office of the Circuit Court for of( contracts for the transportation: of the mail to let Leave Quincy every Tuesday tnd Thursday at 4 p 11. The PojtciMtcr"General it prohibited br la*

nothing ; hcwce you: are not to their sorrow : still I there are many: circumstances the County of Galhd :. Middle Circuit of Florida the same in every esse, to the lowest bidder tender- m, arrive at Chattahoochie ame day* by 9p m. from knowingly making a contract for the Iran.|>jr.Ution 1112

ahnut his dwelling Ills door- should sooth their rid. Though her ;place cannot and to me ;directed wherein Wm.-fIohbv, U'm. Hust- ins sufficient nmanteea for faithful performance, Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Friday ot the mail with an. |parson who *hal] Kare
vipcct neatness aid and U'esley Sm'ad late merchants: &c., trading without other atl a m, arrive at Quincy same days by C am. entered into
!be reference to the mode of such trans- any combination, cr proposed to enter
supplied on earth t bhoulJ recollect that
yard being cut up into mud Iiy the Finn wag. y they tinder a* Hobby, lIu-It.r.1 & Co.. are plaintiffs, portation than may be necessary to provide for the Proposahslormni.weekiyeryjce' will be considered. into any combination, to prevent the making; f-f any
of barn they hive every reason to hope and believe that now and Robert L llarris.-n. Cxetutor of James M. Nixon 3.)' 3. From Chattahx chie Ochefiee bid for
on and the manure cart, continuity: due celerity, certainty,and security of such transportation > by Blount a mail contract by any other person or persons '

and kitchen, such as convenience, she is a mini trin% nn&I. watchin vcr their cares is fen-hut, I ha e levied upon and will offer ; nor shall any new contractor hereafter be required love!, lola and Fort Gadsdcn. to Apalachicola, I 150 or shall have made any agreement, or aba!! have 'iv-i J

pip-pen lid: freedom from the odors of hog and !"rrothat; the is cl no peculiar of Quincy on th? first Monday in March IS J7. within stock or vehicles of contractor lor the of June in each yearaid once week the residue. consideration to do, or not doany thing wbatrvrr
any previous
>ard and rirh manure heap. may' dirtate. white) singing, with the redet-nu-d in heaven, the ral' hour, the fallowing described property, to same route" From 1st October to hit June. to induce any ether r ernn ret to bid f.-r a mail so.

Now to speak bluntly, this i is all non (us( praises( Him who suffered and ;r ave I.imclf a sicrifice wit i : tx- Hidden! will be careful to read the forms sod Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Fridayat tract. Particular attention is called to the USth section

It so happens that in fanning neatness and C"Iur sins. Though sheva- not a member Lot No. Ill, with the improvements; thereon situate instructions appended to this advertisement. Theyare 12 marrive at Apalarliicola, next day: by ii I p m. of the act of 153'., |rohiLiiing combinations to

and I lyin in the town of Quincy: C.mnty of "e-'ted to in their the mode Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thursday prevent bidding.
The of an church ytt a few hour before death she '] state proposals
thrift almost invariably po together. >. Cad- n. heretofore! levied moon tiv John G. Camp bv which they intend to convey hit mail. Where at 5 a m, arrive at Chattahoochie next days by 11 a 12. A bid received after time, to wit : the 10th

same love of order which promps! the farmerto aid : I have for a i.mz. time. enJcjvon-d to live late Martial cf the Middle Di-tiict of the late Territory the size and weight of the mails, or the speed called m. March next, at 9 a. n or without the guaranty required

clear his yard broken )barrels! old hoops piously tritfiout *S 'ir." Durinc) her illness, she of Flom'.a.! for in the schedules, shall require it, f the contracts From tat June to M October. by law, cr tharcoiubines several route in ene

fragments of old l and sticks of wood, frequently spoke of her entire t-uhartUsion to the will Levied 'ijw>n as the property of said defendants, will [IK- made for coach steamboat or railroad conveyance Leave Chaftahoochie every Wednesday at 12 m. sum of compensation. cannot be corMcU-red in ccroetition -

hors and to be sold to satisfy" said writ of remhtioni expos. as the case may be; andcons"ijuently, such arrive at Apalachicola r.rxt Friday by 11am. (> with a regular ]>rcHmal hit adjudgtd tot*
of
and whatever cse dlfac and defiles his Providi-nce. and jH-rttvt wiili.\.ne-s to lit ; and WEST Sheriff.
:
( s. K. C. routes will be lot to bid proposing such mode of conveyance. Leave Apalachicola < very M iiulay at !9 a marrive tit ravaant.

premises-also prompts him to have a place when} the Lour ofdime.i.iutun appri. c'.ie: called I Janmry .10, '1"17. 2S In all other cases the routes will be as at Chattahoochie next Wednesday by 11 I a m. 13. A buklt-r may ofT T, where fie tranpr.rtmmlienealle'tl

for every thing and every thing in its place her friends amid relatives around the be l, and l u..Jt' : signed, bid.- proposing the cheapest mode cf trans Proposals for an adiitional weekly trip (from 1st for in theadvertmirrnt i difficult! or iiaf rac.
1) Y virtue ot a writ of riori facias, i joritci l from the October to let June w ill be considered.V | ticaMe at certain tn substitute intrrkr
real and them portation. scaosas. an
which is calculated to bear upon Ltrwel!!, a4Surin? then that she was gitinj to ]1" for the I
) Circuit ( -.art county
C'1'rk..oli.'( "I l ti. 2 I. From St.
Joseph's to paladlic01J. 25 miles tunIc of conveyance, cr (to intermit unice a pecified -
substantial! profits. a fir l.ctur world than thu. She alto (%:(1 tal!: of Gadsdcn. Middle Orcmt of Florida and to me I and !,. k
CARRYING TIlE MAILS OF \( twice week from 1st October to 1st June, | ( nnrr.bcr if day. week or months. He r.ia.C

Some of the \'r" I best farmers with whom nothing nt l.t two i\"t'n her that would stay the handol i directed wh1.'r..io"m.. S. Gunn i is |1.IJilllf.! :: anti PROPOSALS from the 1st of July! 1 v7. to I and once a week the residue of the year. | |>ropt.e to ortut an office that i is inaccessible, or i'

we are acq'iainted-'ho'e eminent success death one nxttncut. If waS truly a ublinie spectacle Marcus C. Stephens isdt-tend *11. I hats letit-d upon I the Millh: Jane, I eii inclusive Ii t receivedI 1 at From 1-t (Octol>cr to itt June. flit on the stage road, time railway, rr at a steamboat .'4

in his I.* tx'lif'ld atiraid female, who when in health an will off-r tin sj'te. before tIme ('unit ilo.iiltK I the contract(!re of the I'ost Ob'ce; IV'partraent, in Leave St. JIf'ph'e'ry Monday and Saturday at landing. as the case nuns he ; cr he may offer to kulsfitiite > -

and heavy profits tIrt' 11"0 respect in the town of Quincy .ont"efirsl Mjtidiy tI March the city ,-f \linton.. until !tb, a. m.. of I Ihe |tutu 7 a in. arrive at Apalachiccla. same days by 5 p in. an inferior tnodecf supply in such rase*. He .

in bold '" nt of their the I Iest a"HI..nt wotild aii.h5, meet the crunmwisttT 117 within legal hours, tie! foll.nving dtscribedpropertyto March: 1-17. ( o be decided by Ihe 1st ehy ol April) l.eave Apalachicola) every Sunday and Friday at 7 may propose different days and hours cf departure .

n ihbors-art. patterns i.r neatness ; and the with otw1iritikiir rou"a:., and mere than wit : on the rHII'" aid in the manner and time herein specified a n, arrive at St. Joseph's same days by 5 p in. and arrival!, provided no more running time is asked, t 4..

touch of their hand in the rxpuUion of heroic fortitude; and while in the very agony: c.t t North-west 4 of Section 17, and the North i cffWtioa viz : From tat June to let Octobr. and it is obvious that rio mail connexion or other
everykind
IN, in Township 2, Range :3, North anJ Leave St. JI,
FLORI D.\. ppb'lI public accommodation i is prejudiced. He ask
every Saturday at Q marriveat
ofunisance is visible nil their Cum d. ath. di am the niiwtercf his*tin:, sad the araveof .. ; a may
over We t.levied. 3101. Front St. Augustine, by Jacksonville and Apalachicola! same d,y by 7pm. for more nnning limr to Ihe trip, during a specified

Their, door yards show that the farmer is 'at \'IC"t..ry.. I low apptieaMe to !' ease the lines : npnn as the property (.f saiJ defendant, and Kirk ind, to S:. Mary's, Ga., jU miles and back, once Leave Apalachicola emery Friday at 12 in, arrive number of days at certain seasons of peculiarly bad

home; the Iamard, which i i. not so near The *'..1.! iwiired in Itrr rxwrrxcr. smiles to be sold to satisfy said writ of tiers facias. a v%eek. at St. Josejih'asarneda. by It p in. roads ; bat beyond these changes a proposal fir ncr.

the house that all the butter and cheese minu- At the drawn d.1! t r. and defies i'tll I'oint." II C. WE
exhibits Her character give in the language of anotherby January 31). 1s17. 2S rite at St. Mr>'. next hat 'by 12 m. nin.lfi. larianna, Scurlork'a Springs. Wehhville, being crn. idfred in competition with a regular hid
flavored with the effluvia
factured is Leave St. Mary's 1 every Thursdiy: at 1 p m, arrive Campbelltnn Geneva. ..tlfliranttMilton! and Ilorielutovvn net set a"ide for extravagance ; and where a bid contains .
changing it a ven html4. .- : virtue of writ of lien arias, isMied from the
the same neatness, even where all the refuse BY a at St. Aiuristinenext ely by II I p m. to Pensacola 231 miles and b.tck,tlllee times any of the above alterationsthcir disadvantage

of other places collected for enriching in die' Her life wa centle office of the Circuit Court for the conntyof 3-V,>2. rnm St. Au tine.by New Smvrna SI. 1.1- 'I week. will be estimated in comparing it with other jMftesals. ..
And the cl'-menu mi mixed i ill her that natureMiffLt Gad-ulen! Middle Circuit Florida, and tome Lravc i
time the rest of the farm. A farmer of our Norwrvxl eie, and Miami river to Key We>t, ivt miles and Rainliriilge every Sunday Wednesday, and l
Lamer
tand up, and *!t\ to all the World directed wherein & siciuirtiiTs; back twice a month. Friday at 2 a m, arrive at Pensacola evtry Tuesday 14. There should he but one route bid for in a frorosjl. -
acquaintance, with: one huudn-d and sixtyacres Tii ** and the Executor ai; Executrix of (imifrey Srephen*,
tea a muAK. Leave St. Ai:i"tine on the hit and l.'itli of each Erich my, and S-iriday! by 4 p in. .
in whose farm aid we could KrarreJy! While ;ith the latitcs dl f"l'a!-. are ch! --fendaTits I lure levied 11,10:1, and Leave Pcnsaeola 1.;. The
the thr
we deeplysympathize w n month' arrive at Key West III !;-v en .t." 1. < very Sunday Tuesday and Fn- route, sen ice. yearly pay. the bid

ever discovrr a wisp of straw in t ih wrong; the deceased we adx !*' them t" profit by this most will offer for sale. In-tore the tlie first Court House in door in Tx-ave Key We t mini th, -fh and vJ-'Sd ol each month, d.iy at. a in, arrive at'n..inltrrdp even" Tuesday, der's name and rt'"idf nee, and the name it s-mchmoera. .

kcd. *. 0 I dun"t to nuke the town of Quincy, on Mnndiy March. arrive! St. An istije d Thtir-Jay and S'ind.M. I by 10 p m. her of the firm, wli rr a company e>Pars, should his
place' rental attempt .1-inn l leon *., that lieu tlnav: rail. deal from m'.llrm-1 I much I Pro/osals fir s'srviceotice a cionth will b<- considered. Proposals to corntni-tK-c the rtuteat Cliattahoochie, distinctly stated-aUo tie racde of conveyance, if a
a great expend so dread account; they mar meet the lihfbiI'"L: his to mc itNonlh.we.t : will h.- ron idf'rl'd.! Ki l'fr mode than on htr-H-baek is inter l.-
in improvements that tnt. cler profirs are on.is. come out on earth to chime more briglitl> i in heaven.AMICI'5. 4 of Section I n, and the Ninth 4 of :{". n. Fr ,m St. _'ttIustine to 1'iCoUta IS miles Proposals f or once a vm-k, also fir twice a week 11. The bid should be sent under ceml, addressed

about one thousand dollars! n Section I IS, Township '*, neT'O"11':: 'fh aid XVes.1.Levied and back, once week.. service will becon.siderdl.n..Jfi. lo (Ihe Fir.-t As-istant Postmaster General, with

other of these neat farmers in H'ar.n'l pon; a" the properly of said defendants Leave St.! Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a ci, arrive ::: From )Marianna by O.iky Hill, and Holme M-il Proposals!! in lila State of ," wtilteoeo ;
Dij the risidence ( Dr. Whitchcad. this and to be si>id to sat i>fv ".tili1 it of Ii. ri (facias.D. .
cockle, dorks amid ch'mss obtain) at <> near V. Sheriff. at IVolata same-das by 12 0.Lc.a.e Valhy. to Ucbce .\rina, Ij/) miles and back, once a the face t.f the letter ; an-J should be t-d m
WEST
wetfc"
city ol ( t.iImvltimu.: ) <>n Sunday time Jtth itist. JOHN Ticohta every Msmday at 10 ra, arrive atSt. I tit.uto l-e receivtd by e>r before tIme tmh March meat,
p
along whose fences ...hitarh.I.rli .Ii} V' I"17. 2E *
a January ,
nor i _\u 'htine I I.eaTe Marianna every Thursday at 6 arrive at at !1 t clock. a. DI. .a tt4 .1
I hl<'RJ., Attorti.-y at I..f Au;u-! ..fieor ia. f"r.mt.tl -- --- --- ----- tx-xt day by 3am. a m,
or nettle is never se#n, raided lventr.seveuhundred I = rrop>>sals fur twjtsimo lor three times a week Uchee Anna nxl day b% 5 p m. 17. The contracts are to be executed by CT b feTO
\ <.fNfw I ILtiiK,!hinMr: : (;.IInt.f had come I It pY virtue of f nr writ of fieri firias. i is5ii'dfclJP Lease Uchee
dollars worth offaim produce; the (from the Clerk's ollire' of the Circuit Court 't r.irf'Vi II be considered. Anna every "luc.scby at C am, arrive the 1st July r< xt.
| < I Hondaitii: the: h'c; of f re'-nut"i!: i inL<-..!' I- :1.1.1. I From r..re,' Fort !I rl > Ntwninsvil at Mananna next d.iy by .1 p m. !I... Postmasters at oT.ces( 1usttd upon trrsrsr
prices of 1-.I4, and both ot'th.e.e J farmers (for time County ot (;IId..II.Jldn.: Circuit of Florid Ferry by e,
Western New but! I ii way IM late I lie ibm l d in !i.--. than aweeL alter i. and to me:directed w herein T J Kenan, Adm'r. ; !. and Eilistille., to Alligator "'> miLes and .t327. From Mar.anna, Jack.<-'n county to St. /,ndr"w's railroads, but more than figlty rod from a tlrpt.r .
in \\hfsepriresare
(lin'l P.av, c-es> r.-iiles anl..t"k. week. will, itninTistc'mv after the 1st next
fonCt a April ,
tii-k week. refrrt
once
him arrival.Zjr of l I L "II1I1.111.. Ihoth. and Jesse }lr( all are a
paratively low. entirely! away from the '( ylastitillamid Lewis Cnrtis and (J.-or2e Griswold Leave Gart-v's; I't'rr"l'ry Tuesday a.tI p in, arrive Leave Marianna every Thurstiav at 6 a mnarniveatSt. that fact to time department, stitiiii !B -ir txact distance )'
liar advantages of market which .\ ,!,\,' Ray next day 0 p m. from the railroad depot, sod hew otbvrvtire
nearness to 'IruOmol' Land at Alligator next day (by I 12 m. j
[: The i dvi>rtH>-ciiiit i'llie Stiiriff of Leon ApalarhicnU Company, aredefendant. Leave Sf. with the iiiail
An.lrt'J.ay every Tuesday at 6 supplied to enable the lesraa-l! .
LC'.nelliaor at 2 arrive atGare''a am.
cities Monday m,
and will offer p
gives. '.*. I have levied for every
;
great Tounly in the ca t"I t I'ltuiitlt-roy vs. R. K. Call, T. t I. the (''urt lions.lKir.upon in time town of Ferry next day by IM a ta.Tropicals I arrive Marianna next day by f. pIa. General to direct the pre {-er s-jj-ply lo I* time frriu '
Now. let no one that these remaik arc s.ile. lore VtJ-. From (;emie'm ,. \.., to Clay Dank,25 miles the railroads by mail mtssengtrs, trim arid alter! the
say
I IL I'-fMon, G. &. W.iker. S. Iloid and R. llayward, | (|'liiscV. on Monday the first d-iv of Mar-h 1 t"17. for twice, also for three times a week .
and back once a week. hit July Kixt.I'j. .
made at the wrong season of the year. and wa. published in a siiull portion of the edition r>fI :'within leirai hours tb- j< Uwang Uscribedpropeity, service will From be Jacksonville considered..I.Vi.Y to 70 miles Leave Geneva every Tuesday at Pam. arrive at Under the art of S k1 March, 1* 15, the rr.eteis
that I be done for and Alligator,
nothing can neatness or. I, thi day V |l'atK-r by iui !*k.-. It IMJ> s'ot'jxd! as soon ti. wit : ant hark, once week.. Clay H"km.. day by ."> p m. to be let tn the lowest bidder, tendering saf&ritiit
Lot of land number fill' .niflt' in McNeilsarvry.
der in the winter. The same general rule, ,
Leave Clay Rank! for faithful ck wimbocat otLir
guaranties
Is dl"cCI'.I'lrt luwln..I.rr. Lease Jacksonville Tuesday at 6 on. arrive every Monday at 9 a m, arrive f >rcaancf.
.in some shape or variation, has an almost infinite i __ u ____ _____ roii'.iin.nj 'to'ir -s. flirt or less.LevieJ at Alligator next f day by every 12 m. p at Geneva same day by "i p no.3oi reference to the m"d c.f tran |H>rtation tiwn may l l.a ,
-
the( ,aid! ilelendants!
t .I l
number of arI,!ic-3tions. The care of !i --.LECTUR-E----- and to in' vilJ upon to a"""'I"'. ,pro-ierly said writs of tin .fjciai.K Leave .lhimatore'mery Monday at 2 p m. arrive at '.*. From Pen.sacola by Honey Cut, Ala., and necessary to provide for the due ce-ltrity. ctrtaiLty. ,
niakely, to :Mobile! 72 milts and back three times and security of uch trjrisrxrtativii.IVhen .
,
Jacksonville b, a
domestic animals in winter, needs I'r.cni.i ineutly C. \VKST, Sheriff. next day 5 a rim.Proposals C
PIIRE.'o-.1n'J.1W1'1"U\T.. nn THK week.Leave. the loimest bid a ntoiTe of
CMircy-
the application ofthis, ru!(. No animal AHT UP 1.111'1:1"1.1'111 [\"', January 'I. 1-17 2i IhJAME. Ih%r., D. S.BV service on this fjr roite.twice will, also h (lor considered.TWKJ. three timesa. wIck Pensjrola every Snndiy, Tuevljy, and Fri. ante that i-t inade ;juate for proposes the mute in respect totf.e
-- -- --- --
can Ihri.e"lII in the midst of dirt. Kven a I t u Qitiiic. -- virtuof-1 a writ ol ti< n (arias. i-sut-d trom : From Pilatka by Orange Springs Fort King, dav. at 5 p m, arrive .Mobile next day by 11 a ra.Leave cerainty. ec'lrtfy arid re-lirity if the mails. aM. wtrnm

does not love dirt for dirt's sake he Mobiheesery Monday, Thursday! and Saturday any acct ctmntlation for travel, it will nt-t be eft- '
pig only MiLE'i <. trot.*,ri of l I l'hr -m -\li.tmi'teehis. has 4'lerk'ofiMe ff Hie Cir-uit Court for the Long Swamp Okahumlia. hit Dude, and Fort Foster -

happens! to be so much of a philosopher! or 1). t lie ( lt'&sam\. ot iiiiurnaiti, tic! (1m i7.Cms 4>t (.Ji'i.v- county ot (..xi>l lii, Mildly t ireuit ot f-'loruU. and tome to Tampa. l.W miles and back once a wi-ek. at J r m, unite at Pensacnla next days by am.Proposals titled fthe route. .
for daily >. When bid does
service will considered.. 2f the not name a meelepf l'li$
rather stoic, that he i is willing to endure dirt CY and viiiutthat ho will doiivi-r a liee Lcoturvon directed, w herein. Jaiu'- Th'.:,, i* pi intifi: andlH'ii.itTiin Leave Pibtka every Tuesday at lu a a, arrive at 3.>.T. From K.W.t., b.lnJi.an Key, to Charles it will be taken and understood lohefcr conveyance tfce
A. Neal! defendant I hive levied T.impa next Friday by 5 in.
i ; p
|
thititien artalllr'ourt upon
and 11.1.
'Xtr< >rdiiiary .
fur the sake of a sofi and cool bed in summer: t..I.I".f..r, ton. S. C 7'PO mile- and b.ir-k. Mif. e a month. lowest mode of conveyance, to wit : on hinr.batk. 5
list village, P ll"etlne ttniin : allol'liI.t1..r! fit time Court llo door. Leave: Tampa every Tuesday at 1' a m, arrive at
in oil * for it has been found that these animals thrive ; Leave Kf'W..t (from the lth* to the 2'Jth of each When it rro]") eto carry according t> theadtcrtisement -
Pilatka
5
at 7 o'tlock.Cy KI the town nl| ttu,." on tbe! tir-t I.d.l in March, next Friday: by p in.
better anJ fatten much faster when kept clean= the rules and praf tire of this .yteta of rultivatioti. 1M7, within ieia': hours, the lullomng described ProjKwali for twi i,c a week service will be considcretl. ra.nth, arrive at Charleston ith all practicable! des and no mode ef conveyawe is stated fer
patch. the route in the advertisementit will be considered
and well curried. any JHTSOII ran. in a short time have an aitu pnspi| -Tt,' to witS : .
<'-4 unlimited of J ot S K: 4- of Soi1". T"".!i'.Vip .2, Ranze2 : X :rr> >7. From Pilatka by Enterprise,to MtllonviJle, Leave Charleston! on the 1st day e.f each month, as olftring vnly fir horseback conveyance. '.
power
Horses and cattle are fen: neglected in n<- .. ;priHiN,' trui nuniory.citatioti ;. of. nu-mory, and iT"f'r. I I r 4. W t J.:,. Township. IhitirstV 4 ..f X \V 4. I2" mi'i-s' and back, once week.. arrive at Key West with all practicable despatch.Proposals 21. Since th.e1aeiarenf the act cf March 3. IMS.a .

cleanliness.Vc Lave actually; known some e-.tinKTiment; > .I\cn at lie li trudii *tor> Ltrture. Sec I 11. Towns-nip .1.! Ran. '.'. all N and t%'. I.eac Pilatka every Tuesday at 10 a la, arrive at to embrace Cape Florida and St. Augustine new description of bid has been received. It specifies
will be ] mode efenve'maneebot Li
who did not clean the manure from horse stables The j'".,lic arc lespertlully invited. AdcuttJiiK'f Let i.d ujion ks the property ot aid defendant,andto : Mellontille next' day by 5 p in.Leae : consitlered.:5Vi. no er.gsres to carry the
; From West mail with and the
Key to St. celerity, security, using
Augustine, GOO miles certainty, -
Mellonville
tie sold t" safi-fy ->ail writ of fieri facias.Jaiiuarv every Thursday at 10 am. arrive -
. for months, allowing it gradually to thicken rni r. ." and turk twi ire< a month. terms of the law. These i'ids are called, from the .
...lIuoarJ: J "I". ::" '. !!'I C. 2i U. C. WEST, Sheriff. at Pilatka ne\t diy by p m.
under foot with the accumulating little tilla :T<.'". F'rotn Mellonville to New Smyrna 30 miles LeaveKey West on the "th and C-ld of each month manner in which they are deignali-d r>n U e book. t,( !

foot in thickne,.-and reasoning doubtless tiP Y vrtmiesif a \\. of hen. f.tcias, issued from and back, once a week. arrive at St. Augustine seven days. the department. star ri./" It tins be-en decided,

l To School( } CoiiuniUrrs.riir. ( Jifj the Clerk's' office rf the Circuit Court lor theCounty Leave Mellonville every Thursday at 6 a m, arriveat Leave St. Augustine tOe 1st and 1.1th of each after nature con-iderat inn,that abid rrr>psir>e a specific
the boy did who combed his hair
as once a month arrive at Key West in mile of of as high a rrrade a* two-
of G.idlen Mnl !lie Circuit of Florida and Xiw Snyrna same day by r tn.Ll'a.f' seven days. ronveyanre
month. and was astonished that such torture advertiser i is de irnU9 ol some .t.lble vitua- to me: directed wherein, 15. (II. Robinson & (0. are New Smyrna: every Wednesday p at G a nar Proposals to terminate t this route at Ce-elar Keys instead horse cr-ach tram;
and trouble from the operation could be endured a. a Teaclier. ou" cuntenieiit to Taiiaha fljiiitils and \Viiliainevjra is defendant I have rive at Mellonville same flay bv .r> p m.35fJ. "f St. Augistine will be I'"IIn-IJt".d. I !-tar bid. The expf-rie-nce f the: department ebaUes ,)

daily by other people. A farmer 110 -!;-e would !114" Trtrr..1.! levied < ',r.n. and will offer (formalIxrlore the Court From Newnansville to New River 22 miles f;Proposals for supplying the follow ing office. in i it to Iny dr-vn the following rules, riz : !

The adrticr i* a Teacher by ]1.r..ft.0I.as; Hon- d.n r. in the town of Qaincy nn the first Monday and back once a week.Leave Honda at a sum to be named and subject to the When the mail on the rou'e is not so large as to .

does his own chores can hardly afT rd to keep ."iu"atcd at the lir-.t set iii.1, nJ iirimscril'm III liritfiu. in March, |l'GwmthinIeaIhourstimeolloingdismrilid ; Newnansville every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive condition of being limited to the nett proceeds of the require twe -horse coach conveyance, a star bid, if

Lis horses so finely, as ili ;.*ntleinan wealth, .-1> j. -tj..t.i l> <-n\tr-jnt not only with ththeori.j. praierty| to wit : at New Riser l3me day by s p m.Leae outer, are invited : time lowest will be preferred to the specific bid.

who has for other but ., but with tinprjctirul resulti of all tlir tnnd- ts) le China Hill from Quincy 12 miles and 22. When the mails are of such size and weight as v
a man no purpose; every A tract or parcel of land ( eres, more or 's, as New River every Wednesday 3 a m, ar- back oncea
ecu si.tetims ol, tdu"unaud | hd;<-* hiinscil to John H.! O. week. to render it or expedient, in reference lothtra .
one should have his stable floor perfectly Wm. Xevrsom's claim joining Wynn liveat Newnansville same d.h, 12 in. necessary
the the ample lulnliacnt of any prolessional cn;azetbent Smith and Jonathan Ellis funaetlv occupied byJ.'iI tt.'ilM From New nan,ville:h.v'Santa Fe, and Fort Reform, from Qtiincy, 10 miles and back, once a alone, to provide two-horse coach cs'nveyaoce. ,
clean least twice in
at a day. once morning he in iy enter into. k.Troy. the hid though the highest will be
wre specific preferred -
P..rl.r..i..t Fanning: to Cedar Keys If'" raile* and back, once a
and once at night, littering. and oftener Addre, it bv letter, prepaid.till *rth Fehruan" upon as the property of said defendant and week. from Columbus, 3-5 miles and hack once a to the star bid, to the extent of a r.oderafe diflerence -

would be better. l Remember that! the oftener 1II: nLL" to be Hold to satisfy! said writ <>( fieri facias. L'-ave Newnansville every Wednesday at 7 am, "e k. in the compensation, in cae the difference
January Tfi' 11. 2S TalUhjsv!! < Wood-ifock Mills, from St. Mary's 20 miles and is not such as to interfere with the policy of the rifvr .
it is done the easier it i is reaccomplihed. Jn: T, Sht-riff.! arrne at Ce January :". 1M7. 21 By R. F. JONES: D. S.BY Leave Cedar Keys every Friday at C a m, arrive at back, once a week. law, which looks lo a reduction in the cost of transportation. -

There are m:ny other particulars ""rt Sai, 1st Mwlay in March 117.Hamilton t'wnah'.lll next day by 'i; p in. Form of a bid where !io change from advertisement i Exceptiotis, however may be allemrd

neatness may be attended to in winter (;ate Midriff! SalBV !*-. virtue <.f a writ of fieri facias, i isiu. from :ri 11.i From Xewnansville, by Fort Claik, Wacaho is contemplated by the bidder. 'm'mbcmethe star bid is made by the present owner if
Clerk's office the Circii't (Court for the(0110tV Fort miles and ii I (or we a* the case may be,) [here write the the stock rn the route, and it is martfesf that fli-e
hinges and pate fastenings often! need repair, ,.ir'It".fh'o ,! .1 the <'tie, and Micanopy, to King, C4
4-\f-II'MU* I--D.I .lit (
of Ga'ls'h-n, Middle Circuit of J'hm'ridawhue- week. i name or names in full] of [here slate the residence reasons for preferring thesj>cci5cbid domed exist in
that they may shut' like clock work; boards become Ju(-i--f; PI fl.ii- bark, once a hincase. f
\\1IIaul Scott la.imtiil. and J..SI''nod land IoU'ood residences
to
in is ; Leave Newnansville Wednesday at Sam, or ] hereby propose carry the mail oaNo. .
loose on od! barns and board fences iltoti: C .iii'\: whT-i.-iu l Abnl.ani! N I'rjiikiin !isplainiifl : are defend mis. I have levied upon and will every S from to as often as the advertisement 23. On routes of the highest daes, where (eon- '
Fort King next
at day by in.
tools become awkward fir use and need] r.'. ,i ', anil 'EiiiuK-O.lf< "t l sid I Pistrict ha-- U-\n-d nj.'in! the fuss ima IIII'!-, Munda th. first of and the mode the size and rf the mail th. E
town of Qtiinev. day March ; s trio by following of conveyance to wit : by importance prefer-
and manotll'r small next day by
renewing p
modelling or : ,to wit : The IIa
matters in doors and out. require attention. I in I'oviiiship i Iktiii- i I I. South and Ca-t, rojKTty; ; to wit : I1ntho a" a. Angusta, and Chocohatie, to Fort Dade, .um of ." to a greater extent of difference than on the inferkr

We are aware that to many of i our readers, limited out li\: defendant.N"W Lu"> 4 a cirl about n years of ace. and her child! y> mile- arid back once a week. Piled. coach nmfes. subject, howeverto the exceptions

who are already examples for others, such in j pur, anre of the U\v in sn'-h eases tnadciid I leury,-a'loul 2 ears old : item. a run, about 2'> cars Lea e %Wacahoof every Thursday at 6 a m, arriveat Form ot guarantee fo acrcur.pan'meach hid : above statit" :ae
|>ro' id.'d I will c'.511(4. t ir sale, be-fore the Court The here ]. A modification rfa'bid in of ifsea entlal
hints of :sZm.Lmuish' 5 undersigned [ insert the name of time 2 any .
as the preceding are not "applicable Fort Dade next Saturday by p rn.
louse or, III the town of Jasiter.on! the frt Moniay 1 ul'onll the property of said defendant! Dade (f. arrive guarantor and guarantor] guaranties (that [here insert terms, is tantamount to a new bid?, and cannct be re-
Leave Fort at at
to such that they need read ( in Marcia within l himr-; the siid lauds. every Monday a m,
we can say not ( -njl of bidder ceived. interfere with n-gnlar etitiiun
said. writ of facias.I of to
and to bi- sold to satisfy fists "ahootie next Wednesday hy'5 i m. name or name-s bidders, as the case so as corr-f ,
them-like the titan who chiseled on the Ixd i upon as tli- property of s.id dofciidar.t ando !. C. WEST. Sheriff.J.imiarv :3.113.: From AHig.itoi bv
stone at the fording place *, When the water !tic sold to s.itii'anJ! '-\ -<-ti'iiii". :I. I" I" 215\ JASJE (HIVE.: I 1) S.g nionnt's! F'rr> .1-, miie and hack once week.. from to be accepted by the l' -master( C. JOHNSON,
J'HIAH T. IJAISDEX Sheriff.Jannrv .
comes to this stone it tsunsale to cross. *' ------ Leave Alligator every Thursday 5 a m.arrirc atIllounit's General, sha'.l'! enter into an obligation prior to (Ihe Posmn'masterCeneral. .. ; Im4
.r i. 1" 17.B o> J Y virtue of a writ of fieri f"cias, issued from day'. r first day of July next with good and sutlicient sureties POST Orncr DrPARTiirxT. NOT. 2]. 4'S.' !
(uhraor..Soliloquu.ant ------- Ff'rr.'I.alllf'. by p m
Arb'.lI, MJ) the CUrk'n off.ee of the Circuit C"urt for rile '
to the December 2o. 1-1' ..I 14w
LE'N COUNTY SHERIFF S\LX L lilount's at 5 arrive perform service proposed.
ave Ferry every Friday a in,
County of Gadsden.; Middle Circuit of Florida

I Salt'JayIst Monday in March. 1847.TiY 5, wherein I>avid I''nu'ltfl i ill plaintiff. and John Wynn Aliigat'T same day (by r.! p m.DMJ. lJal..d.IX'ITRrCTJO"S.. I COOPER'S TOOLS-All kinds for sale br a
get along: so. and yet do. From Alligifor by White Spring. Jasper I STARR LLOYD &. FLAGG.
I hate levied and will oiler ,
is defendant. for
virtue of Mindry writs of fri facias issued ujmn; 1. Seven minutes are allowed for opening and closing .
,'Jllon."o.odland. Lake Clifton and Au.
in* as much business as I did Cherry 21 :
twenty years -.i from the Clerk's ItT ii'.f tbe I Circuit Court for sue, before the Court House door in the town ofQuiitry Monticrllo I'i3 miles and back, week the mails at all offices where no particular timeis January2,1S17.
cilia to once a
ago'! Then I saved rJNIH--now I'm spending on the first Momiav in March, 1-17 within
I tb,- County ot Leon Muir'le C'ircuit of Florida Leave Alligator everWednesdiy at 1 arriveat lpf'lfil..l ; but Ion railroad and steamboat routes Jimt ICrrcivrel
pm.
it-absolutely going leh ind.hand every "llI'rrllit..J., Cue & Anderson, and othersare "1 heal hours. thef(.Howinedeacrited; property to wit : Monticello next Friday l> s in. theme is to be no more delay than is necessary to deliver '
> p for sale STARK, LLOYD & FLAGG tha
season What's the ilitficulty Profits are taft, and Cole ii Fi }her are defendant I have '\ir"1 Two Saw Gins, one Mule, one Colt, about 2 Years Leave Monticello every Saturday at 5 am. arriveat and receive the bag AND articles by viz : .

I aid: will rx o<5e for sale before thc (' old. 2. The mail is to be conveyed in preference to
111011; | next I: passengers
reduced whilst and Monday by m.
rents taxes and Alligator Soda Biscuit, Itatter and Water Crackers,
expensesarc Lev ied the of ai.l defendant amid
House door. in the city of Tallahassee, on the first npon a proverty and to their entire exclusion if its weight
From Tallahassee to SI.brk3 22 miles
What shall: I do 311: Ground and Race Ginger. Sa'eratus, Oils,
increased Its plain Monday in March r.\f. within legal horns the following to IM- sold to satisfy said writ of (fieri facias.U. three tunes week- and bulk require it.

I must do more buinss-multiply my profits described r>roj, eTty to wit : C. WEST, Sheriff. and Leave back Tallahassee! a Monday, Thursday, and 3. Ptwt office blanks mail bags, and the special Wines, Prandys ar.d Whiskey, Crushed, .. '
every Loaf and Brown Pouchons
by increasing the number of rny cu-tomers. One negro boy named I Harmon also the undivided! _January. ft"(.is 17. 2" Ky R. lJoxt:.. I D. S. Sutuiday 7 a in, arritc at St. Marks satne day by agents <>f the department on the exhibition of their Imperial and Young Sugar-f Hyson Teas, Powder, {

interest ol Daniel B I Fisher in and to the real and credent wls; are to becom eyed without furl her charge, .
H' w shall I get more cU.tomerB.r giving I Y virtue rat f a decree. pa;aed in a canse whereinIra lOa in.Leave: Shot, Lead, Iron, Nails, tc., &.c.
l ersonal estate of which R'jttert! Fisher late <>i I-eon .J Sanhorn! i is and Swan is St. Maries and on mail lines admitting ot such conveyance.
information number of and |etitiorM-r Joseph every Monday, Thursday, January 2, 1t7. 21 4t .
to a greater people died, seized and in which e-state 4. Mail azerit'are to conveyed without charge
county possessed ; deleiidaiit I Lavt-levied upon and will tiller for sale, Saturday, at 2 p m, arrive at Tallahassee same days
inviting their cu-tom. How ? As other per- said D fi. Fisher hath an interest as an "heir at Ii\' lielore the Court I House door in tl-e t' tvn of Quincy i by ;. p in. on the | rincipul railroad: and steamboat lines where 1EW KOOUS.

fie do- throuh the newspapers, cards, hand- Levied ujKiii as the |roerty[ of aid: d< fendunt und on %!I."rla .. lie first lay of March, t-17, within le- 3.1Ii'i. From Tallahassee by Newport and St. the size of the mails and the number of the officers received per brig Ann Eliza,

to be sold lo sati"f. said writs of fieri facias. gal hours the follow ilcscribit) t.dll'olllf. :32 mile and' (back, three times will require:: their employment by department ;- JUST '
bus etc., &c. In sbort, I must advertise or mug property to wit : Marl-! ;. to and Mant's Commentary on the F ible. $

juit business. As there is no remedy Iwill 3 Il, 117. A. A.lit FI-qil'R Sheriff..TanuaTv !V.tA man ajed about ->.". rears of ace, and ChiLi, a week to Xewpoit; and once a week the residue.Lvav and and in that safkceping case, a separate of the apartment mail is to be for provided the as.orting Statesmen cf the Commonwealth of England, by ,

a woman, ared about 91) years. Tallahassee ev Tuesday Thursday, and .
v ry J. O. Choules, Whaling Cruize and History of the
make a virtue of .necessity. I'll wirer.tjr..JjJj. Levied the ..f said defendant 7 arrive; : the contractor under the direction of the depart ;'
Y virtue of a writ of fieri Ur-i**, issued from mon as propetu and Saturdayat a In. at Newport same days by ment. Whale Fishery, by J. !Rots I'rowne,

the Clerk's office ot the- Circuit C.mrt: for the to be Wd to catisfv. said decree.' 2 p in. ;,. In all cases there i is I to be a forfeiture. of the Complete Works of Saritul Jchnsen, in 2 vote
I II.! ( WF.ST, She,iff.Januarv Leave Monday. Wednesday, and pay
t'wltrl'ry J.
--- History of the American Revolution Rer. ,
of Leon Middle Circuit of Florida wherein the l-y
is
f."an'% when
of Ihe trip trip! not run a forfeiture of
j ;
n.* m(7. 2P.y J.'u11( ,1. I) S. Friday, at 7 a m, atl .e.at Tidl-ihasste same days by L. Dlake. Brande'sF.ncyclopa-dia
rQ/unfur.c.-AU the States called for IVmd and Asa Mun defendant ,
upon Henry is plaintiff >in is at least one-fourlh part of it when the running or arrival

Troops, under the last requisition from the I have levied iijHm; and will ex( Saturday a
War Department have responded with f-fore I tie Court i IIi u.e d'K>r. in the city of Tilli-I I toa decree of 1I1..I..t,. SlIp'ri'.rCuutlIf Shell J.aHl'wporl Point same d.every" by M a m.LeiveShell a dt-p< ruling mail ; and a forfeituie rf a due proportion 4 vols., The Fe-ttcrylist, Lomittltesa Poetr.s.in 1 rrf. .4

hsse.-. 0:1 th*; first Monday in March next within .1 the Middle IIMnct of Florida. Hiltin.' in the Point'every I arrive ol it when a :rlde..f servire is rend tied inferior Ali'on on the Principles rl Tan'e 1-'
at
Saturday in,
promptitude and enthu"ia-m. ct Matsafhuctt p Robinson Crtisre. iiia.-.trat.dHi I I try of the Thirty
exj' legal hours the following dercri'ied tll wit that the contract. These :
t I'ruwrt! : County: of Leon, in a certain: canwherein Union d. by 1 11Prll.I. to in forfeitures maylee
and .Vwr/A Carolina Is it any wonder The N W 4if S i: 4. Sec-j, T I I. U IS& w.,1, Bank
!Thene glorious Whig Slates have been containing') Ivi-lo meres ; the S H J..s. S C 4. S c I I2J I tier w ok 11..f'nd..nl."e !shall at h. (Yrnmi'isioiieis Marks;, will t i.e considered. lug to the nature or frequency of tile failure and the Recollectii'ns of Mexico by W.dJy* Ttenpsen.Wilson's llar.ie. -.

T J. K I. S AW.., coutairung .'{'.. M'-1'K acre ; ]I nunie.l the saiddecret the first importance ..t the mail. Mij.eiianieMaca l.ys :tti.scm as
told their leaders in Fort
III oa
by that it was a wicitJ"oar Mjnday 3517. From Tallahassee, by J.ipona.luio1., '. Life of Addiscn.Daily .
American Alrnini-c for 1 47 .
Ihe S W S W 4. Sec :.n. T..lt I.S.\ W.con *. Fines will b" unless the )
40' ( imposed,
:" and are fury III in it Not March, beinj liiI I 1st day of siid rnootli, |ro"et-d to Hamilton Talofa. Madison C. H-, Columbus, Mineral > delinquencybe Pocket Remenr.brancrs, for !'- :7, J
vngag" taining :v \\r'-lt i acres. sell to the highest bidder at tIme town of Little 122 miles i s.afl..laclolllI'lampd in due lime, for failing ti> ,
Q'iincyin Springs, and River to Alligator, 'he Food !
they. Hut if North Carolina and Massachusetts I.l' iod wjinn w the iroi-rtv| of Mid dfferwla&t, and the County of (;ad'd..n. the following -cnbed real and h\C'k. once a week.Leave (Hike from or deliver at. a post office, (the mail, or | British Government Experiments c .

do not care to lake a hand: in the workof to IM- wild to itil\\. aid writ of fin facias.A. estate, to wit : T.lIal..t. every Sunday at S am. arrive at any part of :! : fir suffering it to.be ,nl. injured, lost, Animals Lvra Innficer, Ltn; ricre's turn, by Classical KetibeV Kctkrary, ,

duty and patriotism they have sisters r.. A FISiHIR Sheriff. Lots 4. 3. and 4, in Sec 2, T 2. R 3. N and W ; Alligator next day by I I p in. or destroyfd ; lot conveying it tim a place or manner Fremont's rxj-1. ring Ex pe.!it inn, Jack Talchf tt. I

nough to do it for th-m.! I Louisiana alone. January. 3-i, 47. 2iBY 1.2 :i, and 4. in
-- ------ W J of X 1I.f See :rr.. T 2, I R: :j J. N and W ; T..llaha.Ht'C next day by 6 p m. fiis-ng alter demand to Convey a mail by any coach Church Tre Lenten Fa-t,
Las the ,
gallantry aul valor enough virtue of writ of fieri facias u.-sued 'icon
spirit to a
supply N W 4. Sec :r., T ti. 1 R ::, N am! E; Proposals for twice, also for three times weeks railroad c..r..r steamboat! which the contractor regularly Jesuit Mi"sions in Ncrth America W. S. I
the Cmiks( dire of the late Sii >eTior Court Early ,
the deficiences of ten Mich Slates as Mas.eaclusetts : W on the route beyond the specified num
i of SW4oI Sec. 3T2R 3, N and W ; fill i considered.. runs I't-veridge's Sermons,

and North Carolina. fir the county J'.hn! (.j\.1011.Iidil Craig: is ;1'1..l!nllf.District and of 1 Haley[Florida.wherein T.m..I..t"r .. Lots No. :m, 4, and 5, Sec 7, T ii R :. N aad U.'. proposals to run by White Springs instead of Little h..rf trips in the contract and for not arriving at Kip JIalcolm's R.ble Dictionary. Gertrude, by W. Se- ,(
setting an express
time and for or running
Terms ol kale cash. the set ; up
K.ver will considered. well Moore's Poems tel illustrated
-- ---- ---- .-_ - and John \\. !I.. are defendant", I have leietl in advance 1 ,
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C. IUI'ONT) ) Tallahassee, Miccosukee to Mon It) transmit
351-j.: From by Bond's Golden Maxims, Jean of Arc.
>I It It I C I) \ uj>on. and will expose fir ale, before tic Cmi'artItuts.m \ Omml"'l.tIl rl. will be exacted equal to a qimarher's -
A I:. C. CABELL, $ miles and back twice a week. of the mail a penalty
lit"f'lIo,3. : with the Chronclcrs.
d In the Methodist Church in this city, on Wednesday in Mrch HI7, within legal hours the follow January 25, 1-17. 27 .I It__ Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday and] Friday at jam The pay.; Postmaster General may annul the contractfor fellow, Married Life, Nature's G ms, f

evening, the iKrth instant by the Rev. E:. J. T.i i i-ig descritn-d ,property. to wit : <2i lMlcn Micriirsalr. arrive al Monticello same days by 0 p m. 7.repeated failures for violating the jx-st office Self-Information, Dog and Sportsman.frfNi .

Blake. Mr JOHN PRETORIUS; to Miss MARY' One ,iegro womaa named K'isx-11 aged aboutV> Y virtue of two writs of lien facias, ia'ued from Leave Monticello every Monday and Thursday at laws for disobeying time instructions of the department sketches and skeletons ct Sermons, b; the ta- -
tJ ft a m, arrive at Tallahassee same day* by G p m. ; thor of Pulpit Cyclopaedia. -
years.Levied the Clerk's oflire of the Circuit Coutt for the for refuting to discharge a carrier when required ,
F. COLLEIMX all of this city.oniTUARY.. upon as the property of mid defendants! County ol. G.I..I'n1J.1d1.; Circuit of Floiida, and 31i :t. From Tallahassee by Manningtonund Dun. ; by the department ; borassigningthe contract GOLD PENS. &c.

r- and to be sold to satisfv said writ of fieri facias. to tIlP'dir.-'t'd. wherein John G. Gunn and J. L. cansville Geo-, to Thomalvi'lle. 31 miles and back without the consent of the Postmaster General or 1 dozen Palo Alto Gold Pen,

A. A. FISHEK: Sheriff.Janiarv I on"e a wci-k. odyear".s Elastic: Hands, for bill holders, q'
Smalhvood are plaintifls, and .\ II. Campbell i i-i defendant for setting up or running an express as aforesaid.
31, IS17. rs I have levied upon and! will oflrr for sale LeaveTallahausseeevery Thursday at 6 am. arrive 8. The Postmaster General may alter the contract Premium Quill P n Nibs, with holders, Steel Per,. f.

Lied Mouticelln, Jefferson County on the IOthf lK.-fore (the Court I louse door in the town of Quincy at Thomatvillesame day by 7 p m.l.ea'p and alter the schedule, he allowing it pro rata increase Callenders, Envelopes. Slates and Pencil.. Paint .
OIIICE or THE SECRETARY cr STATE, > Thomasville Wednesday at C am. arrive -
Jnum 1S47. Miss ELIZABETH HARDEE, Capitol Tallaha.-see! January !
daughter of Mr*. Mary Hardee of Columbus East leiril lu.iirs, the following (l.' -rilll property to wit : and Quincy by law for lire additional service required or S
undi-rsigne-d will receive From Tallahassee by Salubrity
proposals until the January 2, IS 7. 21
Florida. THE I One nejrro l boy named Wasliington about 10 years backthree times foi the increased speed if lbs employment of additional -
miles and a :
day of February nl.xI. for distributing time to Bainbridge.Ga. -- 1
old ; onenezro'boy name.1 Jim, about 10 years old ; stock or carriers is rendered necessary ; but the

Thii 1 if another striking proof of the truth of in Laws and Journals of Counties the late in General this Assemblythroughout also one negro woman named Ellen about 2.. sears \\'f't'k. Tallahassee Tuesday, Thursday, and contractor may, in such case relinquish the contract French Shoos and Slipper
the various State. Leave every
the midst old. notice, if he prefers it to the change. JUST RECEIVED by the Tallahassee from wJ
of life we are in death ; no nan knoweth JAMES T. AHCI1ER Sunday at S) a m, arrive at Bambridge same days by on timely
tit Lev ieil upon! a, the property of'said defendant and The Postmaster General may annul the contract or Orleans,

The day nor the hour when Ibe lion of n an cometh." January 2i, 1i7. 27 3t Secretary nf Ialp. to be atilil to satisfy the said writs of fieri facias.B. I tpm. Bainbridge Sunday Wednesday, and curtail the service and pay when he wishes to dispense Ladies Kid Slipper.

deceased but a f.w"f"eb since seemed to be in \otice. C. WEST Sheriff. Leave every Tallahassee 3 with the service in whole or in part, or placea Put cut Costs. ,
same days by
arrive
at 1 a m, at
tbe freshness of health, and In tie full enjoyment ofIn I sha.l account January 2. IM7. 21 11.R. F. JOI EF, 1) S. Friday, higher or different grade of service on the route Morocco S :
present
date.
after tny
months
the comforts cf life. She had SIX P m. service will be consid- he allowing one month' extra pay on the amount Cloth D'Orsay Gaiters,
just bloomed ir.tu voiichrr and a .ply to the lJ)n. Judje of Notice. Proposals for semi-weekly
Call Lace Boots.
*omanhoad, and had every reason to expect a longad Probate of Leon Count for letter of dismission as FROM an-1 after this date, the agf'n conferred by dispensed with. will be made through drafts patent Send. Nullifiers,
happy Administratrix the estate of Granville Sheppard undersigned: upon Robert Hurst clones and erM.rul.. From Monticello, by Grooverville Ga., to 0. The payments onpost Shce
life; but juit at the season when she might on week. office or otherwise after the expiration of each Talent leather Palo Alto -
is 31 miles and hack once a
d.LLIZABETII hercby1reeoked. Thomurille ,
late of said d.c'af\ LINDENBERGER.
hope County
tkt for most; when her leaf was greenest ; when CLEAVELAND. Adm'x. MAY MANNING. Leave Monticello every Wednesday at 6 am. arriveat quarter way in February, MatAugust, and NoTember. BIRCHETT tc 1<

but kid 'xpand-d into the blooming flower ; January 23. 1q17. 27 Pm Jefffrs-'n Co. Jan. 23, IllS'. 27 3t ThMnuyiUe same day by 5 p tn. i ia Januisry.1'47. S.



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-Smtt"TIU..collect.a Snle. MARSHALL HOUSE.
.r it. g l1 m if m IIb. SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, 7\tfin Q & rFOrrrw 1t)DM 1 shall .
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t .:.: DOUSE AND STAIR nUILDI G. FOR TiE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE AT NEWPORT. BY for sale before the Court House door in 'AVING taken the above e tablishment SPRING S LES-1817. (;

I, J.'...t. DISEASES ARISING FROM AN THE subscriber will be prepared the ensuing sea- the city of Tallahassee county of Leon. .i: ; .1.1 (formerly A MIS-&| {{
i with house
RIIOETS..Itl IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOODOR tttprtiorandcommodious Ware '
; \ GERARD On the -2d Monday in February next, T1A Hotel.) I am now having it LEE &
. and Cotton Shed Room. for the above business in all -
,;:S (JVrxt donr Kottth lI'ht Union Bank) HABIT OP THE.SYg solicits the following property or so much thereof as will neatly fitted up, no that I maw be able to make all BREWSTER ,
TEM its branches, and earnestly a share of public
' notice that he is prepared to pay the State Tax due on the same for the year 1S45W : who call comfortable, and flatter myself with the 41 CEDAR STREET NEW YORK.J.

Y iJ,. GIVES his friends and the pub1!if Scrofula or JCin 'i Eel, RHmmatttn, Obstinate patronage All business confiled his care will receive his i, N W I, S is, T 2, R 2. N and adjoining hope that those who call may be induced to continue Beg leave 'to inform Dealers in Drv COOT'S Ifc .'

: with any article of CABINET HTRrrURK Cutaneous Kruflntns. Pimples or Piutnlei vn tne close personal attention ; and, from long exptntnce lands belonging to Col R. W. Williams owner not their patronage The Stages all stop with me, and have received and ire tow exhibit, "*' i'' .

i (. '.1 \ ) made 'Ip in a style not to be face, Blolthe, Bile, Chrome Sore EYt.Rilj in this business he flatlets himself to give i kno\"n. in the absence of either of them passengers who WAREHOUSE EXCLUSIVELY for tJtl, Tit1
p 1:' 'I sarpased bv any workman in the State Worm or Titter, Stal Head Enllr ( tt"nt'nl'l'lti..rrC'tion. competent }{ TlueF.N E 4andSF. J. S 25; N\V' J. N Jq. stop here will meet with no detention as private roes, c ft500 -

: tj and at prices corresponding with the Pain of the (/tl Joints, Stubborn Uleer He will further b" prepared to furnish Rope, Hae- S 3'j, T 3, R 2. N and F ; E i.SElS29; Wi olT conveyance can be had application to me The GASES

i .' .1 times[ B-ireiu Sof is. Tables of various kind. sv't. Syphilitic ymptonu, Sciatica o 1"mhalo. da rin1t.. Iron *nd such other leading Plantation \ i, S 30, T 1, R 3, N and 1:., situated near Man- Eastern Stage arrives on M.nda's.fcdnesetu1' and ,

*. te,, WarJroVs, Chins and every descriptioi aitvle < Ji-t.ue. aiiinftotn an iljlJicowf." Ir- Supplies a-a are generally advanced oo at the rmington. purporting to belong to Lew i- Conner and l-ridav, at 7 o'clock A. M, and departs on 1\Ion. Comprising all the

: .' of Furniture tnile to order or repaired at the cur!,, .'sc;'"or />rn/i y, Ej-pt>*urf or Imprudence of the crops the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company. davs Wedne! divs and Fridav. at S o'clock P. M New Spring Style*,

:"i s'>rtest notice He i,also prenired to contract for in Lie. .lisa. Cktontr Constitutionall>ts<>rdeti opening Rate of Storage seion, &c., as II..ua1 at this t'lire S 17, T I I. R 1N and ::..except the E S E I of The Northern Stage departs immediate' after the Of Brit;,.", French. and Ammtan Maitifaff

. ., '!1: the building' of Ha-Ke and such other work as is THIS jireparation; is a combination hitherto un- GEORGE MILLIR ",udsrction. also Ei.NW4.S17, T 2, R I.Nand arrival of the Eastern, and returns the same claat which \DDITIONlolheir( u-ual il7f!

. ..;" peierallv djnebv house carpenters His prices s inj I "n in the history of MenJiiitie i differing entir Newport. July 2r.H I Ii. 1 W ; E J i. N W 4SttT2RlNauudW.OWflernOtknown. S o'clock P M The Western Stare arrives herein their = 4ortmf'nt.ont' f>f the most beantifu sfffk] !

;+ this dsimtm-'it w ill be sachaas to induce these cti-I ..Iv it, its ch.rtt and opeiatiens trim the Various time to take the Eastern line and d 'part* on Mnn- tractive in .the city and luavirurj,1Pf and at.

rious, ol uldin: to give him emnlov, while the i preparations$ or sr.apanl; vsluch have been State of Florida-Middle t'I"IIIt. to wit : TheEiof W ofS8.inTI.RI.Nanll\V.. davs.Aedne and Sdturdns.1f; S o'clock A. M. n BO 'i***

':: .:] itv of his work, if it dies not surpass, will at least at different. times ( It acts _pe. IN CH\NCFRY co 0 acres near Lake Jackson,purporting to belong to Rv this line, pa" engers will take the Mail Boat at FOR CA'Jn i D SHORT CREDIT! ,
: cihcallv the whole thereby brin in- it Charles Williamson Chittahooclne for Apalachicola MonJavs and Are crTered b* the piece or park;
anv work done in this cit> upon system ; Esther n. Bile on fe i>n f1e
rquat Complainant
,1 ,. : o the' citz-'U of Tallah see. and surroundingcountrv under it tire t and immt-liate influence .Although ? On Bill t lt'll'or Also, the following town lots : Part of lot No. 17.1 ThtJr-tldvs.. trmJf. at and .lftwmanntartnrers prirf.1". "*

i \:: : he would. retnrn hi!mo-t hearty thanks for poss(.- powerful lualiut effects, vet it I" eiitirelv John Buic, Defendant > a 1>1 lVorrtIF '. in the north addition to the of city Tallahassee, also A. G 1\L\R IlALL. Proprietor. Cafil CUPS of prices (corrected daily) aft -,' ,
.t the he hv heretofore reII'ed. and trusts I tarxeis.! so that it '-aIin t injure tin meet deli 1 Itt No 76 ill the outh half of the county quarter of QumcvNovember 7, 1"Ilti.! 1TRfl. in the hind of ""\cn. F'c aPurcha
. !' pitronue being <>.!.1.1 li i>!i'd to flie: !It ti- 'irf inn ,.( Ih.. ('urf will infirm
I that he continue' to five satisfaction and enjoy -ale coiist i' :ion \\hl11 perltct health I no el- 'aid Clt\. prs thi.msIve] nf tt-e
< "
,i \ that tin d'f. I.I.I'.1! luau r.'nx \id In ml t tltf' vnt., ill "t.*
IIMIIR. be
fet its < increase of A. A. thermrkM, and well repaid
I their nlJence a",1! In or. is produced by u e t.1rt'pt an appetite O'BRBEN U fur an t1aminat.
4 .5: 1 February 2*. !**<.;. 2<* lv ; but whendi.eie j is seated in the Irame ind tint ordinirN |'nne1laniot: be .nl'd upon him : It slitT and rr-rfficm Tax-Col L. C. ATTORVF.VVnCOUNSELLOR,AT v en if they do not p'irc-ha.te ,

cur%LL; last its victim alone the j ; ef liie the-i it 1, n't""lJr.IrrJCIIIJ1i11 ultra, '1 hat; a hearing .':i .mI.i,..f .. I I' ''. :: t1I; LAW L A. B. have peciiliaradvantarf. forej ,-..
1.1 .
J :i Slat' Tax CtII.-s.I..<.'.* ...c. its is tdi ard ; it enkitlhi (Ihe tai- clar.1I'.l! ia tli. I.ill.bs.. .lat Tallaln( --- -.. --- Ja"prr. Hamilton County, Florida. ders for prints wbieb are re-THftfnll .lrriffli''f*
m\rrlon.mtllD'e S''I Sal *. November l'l5. IS
Tax Collectors < 22,1
thpS.' id Vondtin lY!
at I the Court-hoti-ie on c.>! >ruar -
vested in bv hI 1 iif. vi or, J and LEE &
.\. ; V ,virtue of the porer me new brintll'olh strength BREWSTER
V arid tlu'defendant) rod .in the nu au- of the ml in moo bv hw, I
the Court Hoise to the and ,lie \ not: ; I is roqu :) Y k virtue power .t'- ( .
for \
: shill "xno e 5111. before I.ri.lJ : Thus. J if. Heir
i ; = 't. ( 44 Cedar
tht.snefJserC,1s1tvof HamiltononThe "TRLTII IH SrRVNGFR TH V> }'icrlo'e.-LEr tune 11 appear ami.l pit'.id nr an woi tn. soil UI 'tid it shill. on (the second .I'n.ldY MI Mrch next Street
t : door PI : : THF F \CTs SPEAK FOR Mid bill as b\' law is pnnu'nl! lcd tt n ,:,rt'irr expost tor Sate btl.ire; 5 the 'o irt I II nist item*. in the ATTORNEY AND COUNSPI.LOR AT L.\W. January 23. 1l7. 27 in*
A first .If in February next TUFfCJL"E- 1010"- t'rJnrtl that ot the bill amid">r.!Vr t be served of Tallahassee Countv If Leon the following ---- -- _
.: mra.l awil. in. certificate is only ..nottit r link in the great a (cop city I continue to practice in the Superior and Jint Reed Vel
the following proprty. o sr> much thereof }1 of f Iltimun\ its merits Let the reid and or dolut'n.d to diS:, tidint, ir i cups| jl f t tn! < ordi! 'r InpuMi d" srnS >d I roperlv, or ii nnu }li ':lereof as will pay WILL Court flf JeHer;<>nCount', and m the by .. K. Fonnnr"

.' f pay the State*and County Uxes due on the same ( bconvincedhat it lias elonc alieho ence will do .lud in SOUK |.<:')lu' niw:pa:'in I this (titolor tin. Mate: and CoanU laves due therein for the -year Superior Courts ('f the Middle Districtand the County Per Schr. Radius and RM'on.

1. the naIl.4.: < the vpice ot thne in<"tis! at least t, before the day' ot 1..1.i : ofClmimnt'iain the Eastern Df-itrict RUStlED AND POWDERED

t The S E i ot S'33, an 1 thE and} of the the W:of E i Vc nf again.- CIHRIFHTOWN Mass. SVpf 2Td, lStL In'innc. K: 4 s W 4. Vc i T I J, R ::1.I N anI1-: purporting Residence at Monticello Jetfernon County. All C Silt shelled :\lmon ., Malajra SUGAR,
61 Sec 33. and the entire s-Mrtion :Jl, T..llahoisset" OrtcWr M 1. IM*.. l U' 'skv romIies. T rmtee, &c. RaisiDII.
i This ttl "t'lnJ lo lni.il ness entrusted with lain will be attended Praidv
mascertify that m1., now uIH seventeen, promptly Cherries. Dried Cnrra
.S 3S. and the E i of theV 4 of Sec 2o, all ot! T '. the of TalUi .h.
has been IIH\l\s( M\LT/.rU.. S t Lt No I 17.', nri.i.I.lll'hn! 1.1 civ In.March. Goshen Putter
'> for ten year* alluded: with the srofuliiiishumor. and Buckwheat
f : : R12NaidF. The NE1ofS a'dtheNof the. Judjjecf the MidllcGircuitof rI'ri.h. ".-*,'e.lIrp..rlln. tn hc.III'1 tn U m. ManerI. t!. I* 1-1. 13Notice. No Flour
At age ot stven'irs he had the ni 'a-Ks 1l\larl.n"I.Sotrm.t 'dimanfine'Cind'
1. andtheNElol S I, Tl, RUNandEpurportin >: and : North a.1liti..n! city ofTalIjbasee.j ; ,
A true copy.Tst |s Not *l J "i, No.
which Probably can".llhi.l humor to make its I Soap,
Family and
to be'.on: to the e-Mte of Hector \\ Itratkn appear.mce R EX B. Whiitt&,0 t'd
; : I). \Jc \ Y. Clerk .UIJK rliiutobfJoii: ; toe tolte of R Copelu.l ) sup
ill in.uJrU his Cf'a' Starch
a Most covtrintr body .r &c.
Ah the S T 4 of S 11, T 1. R 1.1. purporting to ,
: Pv JOHN P Cl k.
.T ( Chairo from his held t'l Ills lit.t with -mall tumors I consulted KfrN.Di'p I ; months after the publication of this notice, I January 2. 1" 17M 2-1
to the estate of )I5'"(iamin SIX
belong "Iicih.r.
R. -SMITH.. c..tI.I..II.1"t- Sec4T1R2NamlF. W.SW.iSnc.'i.T2,
a Dnch'f ot Medi,'me. aid be exanuud him : ; ippl to the Honorable James M Iilcltiivt i t.
;": JOIHT. B.USDFV.liff 7 I"JIIOKi... )" II ,' N I: I I. Sec ?. I 1. 2, K .', N and
t
: November, I K -. and 1,1 J : 4, Judge of Probate for Gad den fi litters of '
< Co. three d I\I in !uceM m, and not un.krstindinz his : County, ur aiitrd by .. 1C.
Col H. Fortune
c'.. ;.: ? andrxoflfio" Tax case advised: ( to consult Dr. Roueruu, dew York, ------ --- -- 1h, 4 si. I J.: 4, .'. 1, I .. K ., Nani E ; W i N h di>mi:-
.-.i. : November 14,1<-" IT 1-n then heinz a r...i5..nt of that citv.. After a Inn- nl.\CK : .* II.\DW." &c :t, .1'2.. R 2. N J.id I I F cumcammltmmc; <> i 0acri'!. S. Snell, deceased. 300 '>ne dollar TrRKF.Y arid for which hl'WiU pay
: purt"'lti'l to to-long to \ilhaii. 11.11 mini the South- L. twrnty.fin CtN, per pair.
R.
1"." a>ii critical ecarnin.iloi, having more than thirty ED'IWDS.dm'r.. .\lso Q() Duck-.
tC : ; ; v-x' <'!tier tneilical :.'ntU'n<-u w ill him at the .atic tune, irnLiG' Inirjiic,and Trn-t Ci.rnpinv. Quincy. Dr 'ember 12.1'3121 CmIVoficc. .
: January 2, 1 17 24
..j he j"I.IM..uiued it S.rt'ttulj or Kiti:'s Fvil The 4 Ix f N.. I Is. North wi-t ai!'!'iti u.ia to the city of

, .; uIernoi l ha" m1.t! amnjcment: f.r a child! J wjthn rescribed l<,rand rOIunlt"lIrf.d! ? Tailiiate, purporting to b,'lo'i" to H. H. Rankin, j.
THE it. roicTr.
,. : : : e'i"h' of the .t (IYSTFH' the medical dm.;* from tb.it tune. I He crow vv..r'e until :Aent .L -OM htavingdemsntk: azninit the e-fateof
: nirk airis d' ,ia the winteri ..and berln 1...1 )">. '!. sec :il, -r 2. R I. N and Vu' ; E J. S F A per TTASJU I ; !n. wil June of I Is (7. and tluu his !h"I1" Im.'.une al!< cttd in KED BY WM GIlnOStW: JERSEY. John Graham, late r,f Lon County, deceased, CinderellA
1 :.i. i ti "rie them UT to his frend. in am mn ceii. tu-nre of the tneriurv' ilntlud! ltl'l.n gi'Veuhim. 4. sv.,' :,,>, T ,'. J K I I. N 0111 1'i : \U J N U 4, Sec '., will take notice that they must ]1sl'lIt'th1\I to the J. from New York,

1. n.rd4irshe. at Ins ''iloon on Inrl street. n!ir \ }1i.C ht I b me came ;awav Ir.'III his ua.I"I-j:1w. in HFwi: c n't !by F <-lip*" I-;:11 FM, dm Sully :I r l.Rt.NandU ., ro taini i. '!'J' acre*. purporting mi'eroded, duly authenticated, within the time 20 bb's: "uperior Irish Potafoc,.

t _I r theCa"iM. R K. WJ'T. the lir>t |.lace a< 100r!.. a- an l.iuli-li: walnut, airuni \.iee (hI f.J 1 \t.." C..L 1 \\iiluia R. Johnsoi. in i to bIon? to A. 1' D.ival alut the I'i.i-n Bank olti. j I'TI'sl'rilll'd by law or this notice will be plead in bard 3 kegs cf fine Grsnen flutter
I
; :> N. B. Private f.ntes. l or "n'h'O ti rni ( thf : hi. lorl'llt'llt as large aa .i\:'1'11('. aid a piece- \"mini.a.) t by Viriniun, crai.d dam Hoxana.b* Ihxi .rid I.It their 3 boxes sinenor Chee. I

, :4V t ,1'trte.t/'ll'irt. N -v. 7. l-4'. 16 'r I'D near the crown c.1 has lieid It lluii went to "III'\ nn|<<.rt nl s Ir Hirr jl'runi.! Wil lair. lJr\'r.: !It U ; s W I. Sec :i1. T .t. J R 1 I. N and W, recoverj J. B JOHNSON Adia'r. 20 barrels extra brands New York! Flour
I W N 1.t.. sv,,. J7, T I. i R I. N and W, contami 0 J II .. .. M
: tl1- 1 ..
. hark and 1'u!(. and di>cliar. i d PI thiee pliie I'all..w.'amplr. KIVHIJTJS the I.m! "t \nf'h. December 12, isf 21 "t
\ +:tnJ Fire Insurance Company From thence toe>n<' .tl I hihiub*. .'*.''.,stinZ, in conej'i I s"otorm, Mirr K..tUssard N lli!wr-,.IK'! M utot 1':1:i acre. |irporlm. to Ix'tun.; to David Robins 2 ca-ks choice Carolina Rice

Ii -j: ; ,'n".' ot the ulcerrttK.il. the inu.*.!<.< aid cord i t I.- ,Lull .r( luuum 1 ,,(loon. h\ t hue tre! of SIT I I'll' and tl e Union BJ k of n..riJ.I. N. M. JAU"'I, -1 bbls .Ie.ts Pork,

Hartford Connecticut. 'Ih ,, ..., I.nt" N..s. "7, 7-'.7:.an.I.>. North .)Iition to theI 1 cask choice Su r-cured Hans
I } .' n in tlie b neset the a'ikle 1 j tint on t the back I'al t.- aluf b !"- .s i'i 4 :t r1! | 1 I.uta'l iioftol Commission and Forwarding Itrthant

A J. R Agent. He! had at one tiThe liite,'n lunniiu, sort or i-siie* UM :M M\VUM: mi1i-ot |,,nr mm.tm., .. ,,t I ,.: f.f Talblie.. i.urM'rli.u. I" be long to (,eorBej 2 ca-ks rick It'ft T' ncues.AL .

! '* l 'see. November l", fORTtXE from the larsof the thr..at aId tbo-ej;,I Ucc* I have Tailaha-*..e. 'I.. i is-S I O. r9 I ?. in +'t... j i K. U il I' ,-r. Irn-tte. V<-. 101 Poydras street, -O-p.r schr Tallah.*-f't". from New OrlrQ.

, I :; Tal m..ntill1t'tl. In 14 101.111\,1 I | its pit-n utb, N. II, Fvtract ,'f a 1 itt tr..r V\M. (;IItJl''c. Vt'n\ ;i. s iV i N' U 4. sec i- T t.I H: 2, N and E.contim- NF.'tV-oRLF.Ns LA. 10 bbl be-f S*. Louis City Mills! Flour

I v .l-, FORTUVEent rf the aSove Insur nr. and be was attacked with a WI'um'lflr Fever winch, \\nr c.r J th,' \rthf'rn >.hJnlhInn I".sim.n:" inc -IJ: acre, rxirjurting to uelotig: to the heirs ofr'J.h BU'iI\G, SFLLING RECEIVING, AND FOR- Paeon Shoulders, fir-t rate"article,

.1W.t. JR "'',*, n pre;'ire,! to tike fire mk nn'c settled in one ol his hiis which ,\\'t'I1.1 l as larce a- "slml.,\% H a \\ JlIn.'r of a ;wi''>p'"fi'.ve. Slit') > *.nfranc. C Ferrill : attended to with promptneHOIKS -*. 1 cask Bacon Hams,in hips,

g--: !f. reasonable tern s, anv other o:Fice of as good *tnd three ot the other l-ui: under 'Irt ilical treatment I .--ti\p -tirtrd! h"1 :"rklt., in J 1M7. I bn'.1 1Konnrfi A. A. !'Is'lFR! Sheriff : TO A new and beautiful style of Prints.

t ia;. N'.ve-nVr II. I"Il. 17 they zare him lau la'iii:'i until lie lost his recn,- : oflu J: <. to I IJim: H. M s irt foil cet'rr, aol 1 I' I..f>i C.!ttv' aid faijfifio Tax Collector Jan W. ARI.ILE, L\TIHM k RARItY January 2. Isl7 21

: : Then I btcamt' :.lat mN. a:id ,nt f.r a Tho-nsnni: his -.t *'k is much. .ii'! r.\t.d..f t ;IN p>al boy-ca.:* Inemib.-r ;1. 1,1. :0 tlls A. BE'TWICK S. S. SIBLEY.

: r : :' iiKdrii: Mniut Contt.Wm II;. lit.di<'me' In IJH..1 I IIM hp: sid; r.-.ire.I Ins, rea.oiT'ie N vcrrifxr 7.1"1! l I';. II; I I --- --- -Jii.tltE4'ieuI- ---- December ', 1-5 !I';. 2u For Sale

., J. Rtildm'r.. Sale of Ural Estate.IV .
4' isii, when lieann ol Dr. Sjid' and :-f\ ( <-)Pl- -:> MF::rilODKI.HRMONIST:. on Court House If
: ; with the will annexed, of A. Sarsapirilla: I consists of tear
: Udi i TIN MANUFACTORY. JU \.ldl..1 I I Hi-t! if,l I .', and bv virtue of order and decre
lainy. deea.eJ. hen:: r"rf"f'Ii *Lfi.tit.J that ill thcr In..li.w.: s I hold t p. I s "rv !' pnr-uince an m eizLth of first quality of pine Irnr.aooot iOO acres
. : :,- *. Un Chancerv.r ailed efoctine cure, I "cat and pro" urel .ix bot- N p.leon and Mjr-balU, bv J. T. Headlev, f the II/at. Jud!. of Pn bate in and for the count j r orened, well watered with excellent! !rriresanda

t' Marv < 'x. rf Jc"ph R j ties' anl I bv. the time he ha,J taken it all I con-ui.'red u. Fla-fler A Co., I I Hist"rv ol \iiwle! ,, bv n. r\nl'rhe.! 5>JU illus-. (.f JelTr!on, I will expose to puMic! sale, at auction,,, comfortable d.vellmzhou'e. Theoutb'it dinrsirt

, i.t: Rowles Rwlr., ... a!. J JIT J !iim w.-11. Tlio-e places healed: I-I.I e l -eatne br :!'it Ilirelia-ted? the en' r" frn-t r'f :Mr !rat in'I", Pr.-e' il\ir-,'. bv hornas I I H ,'d.IJitin for cab, bf-fjre the Court Hi.use dust, in Montictllo,, all new, the barn and g n-hou-e sra'iousandcoo-
t nAVIVG I :.i'eoi! Cri::tea tr'Mtio'> criminal jurispru-- fill the fir..t \Ir.nd:1V: in I.bruary mmextbeinr the first l modioj-
.1 :. .Jtis'action t the Court bv anti In'C"ly-! lor cariet hi tice and lip-!-Irom Puck to his TIN SI Ii if'. tak tlu ; There is oa the tract tesTier t rchardot
.. 'r. ape1Ii.allhvit! to! the with the orisi-H*> bill in ,thiscae.that hat time till the -tUl.r I' 1 It. his conplunts never mttliod .f iiif-irininj thi |'u!>lic that I hoc v\ni;I knIt d.nn. I f-tu-' a p.>eiii t bv I lb i lip James Bailey day thereof, all the n,ht.title:and interest if Wilev IVuche", Figs, A.C.; also a youpg vineyard, wh ca

l f11 Riwle. FXVI.TIX oJoerh tro1 !ed him. At that linn lie becimed.af, which cmi.taiitlv' oil land at heir!hopoj>p"iiti. J. It. Hortun F:Hi'n I'i "'rniiT Novels ill one v'rol'nne Brooks. late "f did county, elrl'a..pt, of, in, and tithe the last yetr produced fn rn 3"> to 40 bnshelj of fine

! th.dtJ." r--id--s hT' 'onJ limit cf the COT tinued until la-t : .!!,. when his ridt, eve became "' tore. large flHIn Iml'1I1 itt all the tartrtitxof Dartetnrnlattd bv H. F. (Carv, tollowint desciibf-d lot of Land, situation the grape Its Character fir health 13 unque ticn bl..
Riwles
t 4 R d the h. f tie\ 1110tunnftUe atTectcd. from that to tin! Kit cve.coverinatlie' Tin nnil ot'irt nrlirfes 'Hlall.11" in thnr line \r.'rk".f""Jn'pl-te in one vilume, north side ol Monticrllo. estimated lit contain seven \pplv to the Editor ot the floridareriun th. prfmi' -
f 7 S'lteof. Fhrili. aid f irziiia, on Gricr's Carolina and t.iwsia Alibirna, spofTard's I and a hall acres, known an imV! ?! nine ((9) tn the
,' iidcont 'iiint lltiorilnrl. sight ol t the eve *j that he wa- in a great measure bitiuttsi. Thc' will aU" be | '| anil to furni-h -9 to W. C MILLER.
ili t tir
; it > :
>
r
.'. Ru l I Ido .deprived' icl.tK thy rclnnts ill the: c..uiitrv Till-W.lrt. at as low l.nJlt'l1tt" ('otnic, Traic. ant LI ton's r urmv Al- map of said lands Purcha r to ?i\ for titles! January 9.1517. 25
TInt the sail Mir. ,I.., E\"IJrl' a4 af.re-I.t for !SI7 t for sale bv thedjieuor in.le co SMITh! SIMKlNs: henf
.! aol .\erthe onzinal, t ) in 'towing that Sands Sarsaparilla was the enlvme l'n<' > as th v rm pt it Iri in th Nirthand; btj mime
". .. appear*. ail t"._Sew ans C1U-" whv the \"i hil-should lt tn.sClUs in'me thtt lust 1 vrr d' ne him I anv' good, I applied; ttt, In tn call and .\ainim fir tbrmIves Thortii I.ics. Cateclu-m I bv Bish.p Ives of nVrton County and rx officio .Adm'r. For *:ile.BUxlIFLS .

t revive 1. ke withn (.Iur months from.tilt d.te tl the tn )lr. I'ovle, .Ap ithetarv, at Bton for more Hfn an obj' ct in ba\in it li' 'rc. is it will he free from Medical Cook JefPr-on C OIIT.t%, December 2' ls-i| >. :3 -ItNotice. 1 flfl( CORN and lots if FODDER,

4 paMie\ti of this or I 1.-r. or the sum an.1 the oniiml .. taken lifteen fJ..lI.arf! worth,, wl.u h has removed d.:ma.:.,, which it u-inllv gets bv vhippin ChiilMidvvilcrv, De ve-c's Midwifery, It JJ will be < old low if annhed for immediately
he humor trom his eves and lu.-tr.ng, and I If", now F.iquireol E L STROHFCKER.trJanuav
in this a'HI bl taken for conrtvf.:-, General :assnrliiient of Tm-uare. IKnvee'sorj Fcraleletste I 3 on Children,
bi ( wil at'9esr. t. be cured ai.d radically I ,nh Leli : id 'ri2ied. Admini-fratr the estate of J :sj7 25
$ 4 ; .fn furthrr That :coiv .'r Sit. I Jul. Furiiacesuch as every familv n'ight to \\ .:'-ora'" prtctire of Phvsicoexl TIn u: on PETTON t HIGGS.
l I i'.ve all t this I utter troubli mul 'haH-been a\/i; !> ] Ii ,nc, Ute ct IVnfm County, Hindi,
:
Liston'
the \ .
b* published in >newspaper published in lace, Snar iJippcrt s'i!ar s'! imrn 'rsOil! Cans, \ \ Btrh bispnn-atorv[ Surgery,
A If I hd c.tntiruiil lli.ir'iu.lv'bc u- of tie S4rs, deceaSed will the lion Judge! ol r the Circuit \\ anted hj J. IS. Fortune
4- .- : Millie D:s'nct of Floudi.oice a weekconsecu- : < pa- ( ounttr scaUme fir -t<.ves. ,.., 51kon the (hot, Thurul' jfl's Lmispectiis, i.c, apply to ,
nlh ion he was uider its mtl'll'nf'' the first t tune i (oiirt of I Pwnt.. Countvin the Term of
tivelf, )fO'1 monthsDated slntt Irun li,r inikins: 'I.'e| PIJXM, f, rsalebv P. A. IIA WARD. n Spring u Bi' HFLS Corn in the shuck,
.:"'z.; November i". 1S15GEORSE These are tin simple -tatements of the facts of tl,<' Tin arid Co ptTt irRiwriniandtJuttcrin rf Buili- Decfmber 1 12. 1-1 i';. 21 1".I7, for p 'vrr to el! the real e fjfe cf the deceased .) f,4.> Jo do shucked,
I ee, ant 11 feel it mv dutv to n:ikr thoe facts knew ; ------ much tncicof will the debts due
: t S. HAWKINS Judge. Lc. r>r !o a> pay by rrt> I'* ito shelled,
the the iiizand put up at hurt notice, cither in the city <'rcimntrt Stale Tax Collc'lor' Sale.
tll "
qhiuicr btnetif , A true *
T. R HIRRI Cnt'y.ttst.Clerk.! a'3icted ill like manner : fo.liris, a I t'llI! conviction the ALSO lieu virtue of tltt.'p'lwer\"eott'tl i innehv l.aw.1 will NEIL FF.P.GT'ON. Ad-n'r Offer st ki"s. Hides and Tallow.
a 'It"W invention' "r draining Sugar, v> BY
::." December U. hI;. 21 4m care has b.-e'i (fleeted solely troin the etlect eflli* will drain it tit fir market HI two dna, a:d beg the \pjHt lot sale, btfi re the Court house door Hi Cn tal River, I>nt n Co., Fa.. Dec 0. 1Moiiee. January sf. 25
I -1 invaluable UiedirineH. I the "il= i f Tall.iiia.i, t iiintv of Le.u, on the first -
rail d
pl"'I'r..lu ar txainiue
: .t ; 7 t, ] ] H \ .\H W hErE 22- Man st. 2" patcrt Well ant 1 Ci-ti'rn single and double Rod M >*idiv ill July next the f.no\\uic! picpcru (.r 5" \ AI CHAMBERS, )

.. :, I. .). h.; ''.l I Sufful/.8". Hfon UctiA'r n. I-K.-Then ''r- Pumps, well adapted to plantation u-e r.'ich tl..rt'of will pav the State and Court) tax (.n THE .:: *.\. MrFTIVGrf the Stockholders Tallahassee, Jaiuary 6,1S43. J

!" .Attomoy at L.a\v, S'1ntlly appeared the above mmed !Hannah \\ Beck 't'mh'r :;. i I' IL 2)' the same fur the *sear 'lsl 1'; : the Union Bank of Florida will be held at the Young A. Johnson, "J"JDel.Ia

.: .T: ntrrll Jefferson County, Florida, and made solemn oath tint the a'Kvie! 'C'rlilir..tr. bv LOIS X.,. :117 :HS, :{p>, "52";, onsinal plan, and I'ankin; H>use, i-I the city ol' Tallihaee on Mon- Petition fey DlTorce-

'f J the Circuit Courts of the Mid,lie tier subscribed and oatl'Ir.lts: therein cOIt.tiued. JEF'FER"OnWTY I 17 f, north il Iition, ol the cit ol 1'*l..haiset'.l'ur- ..1.fir"t of ebrnir'* next: for the election of Directors Humphrey., f
: 1'TfLT.
I 3 tfn,1 of are true. hhtiure me, pi.rtirg to belong to Davenport for the ensuing year.iii.. formerly Della Johnson 3 i iIN
.
Columbia
1 Circuit and of the County of tlt .
; AMI'S Kit F, Juclil.'t'! of the IVace Tax Collector's Sale. A. A. FI-'uiFR. s-beritT L. RUTGERS, Cashier thus case.it ordert-d that this bill b filed,and

.1. Easer:Circllt.lfri.h. *i For farther rJarli'u\.u1i ..niteonti.i.e'! evidence ,.fits PY virtue of authority vested in me bv' law, I and tf officio Tax Col. 'fur I eon Count)'. December 1!. 1-'11. 22 tim that the same be set for final hearing en the first

'\ ; 'hntcelo. .\uzu-t. :H. jc4rr s'i;'ern.r al-.e a.11 ..Hcacv: !..e painuhlet, Inch 1)1 shall expose fir nil': Ix-fore the Court House December 21i. 1-31 I';. Zi Cm ulay ol the next April Court lor Leon Crnntv.erw

i tiav beob'aimd'f .\:Cuut., r.tisIVepand < jor. in M.>ntir,''". Jetr.'r"oii Countv, on the Police. >soul tberea ter.during the term, as the same canb

.,1.- d } "\.1'. T1 ./t,1(- 5 &nd sold bv A. B. & I D <* \\OS. Drug- Fir&t .l/o:ulnif ill July n.it, Ir J\O. (1. GAMHLK, Jr., week after date, we will aptly to the linnor- heard: Pror drd. That this order be published inne

: ':f WILLIAM H. CKFNBROUGH 4. ALGU eist t.. I I..ft Fulton street, (',rnn of U":llirfin, N. Y the follow.; prop..rtv or s.> ir.urb thereof as wiUptv o H-1 Rs ins Pr..kislI.nal %'rv ices to the cittcnsot SIX. the Jmudce of Probate of Ma')liMin County for of the 7 allaha -e-e papers lor the space ot three

} ", \\WKLL, will practice in part- SuldalM.bvI.FWlSMisTaljbsf: .,"'1ITI! the State arid County Ta\e due thereon tor the rail.illJ- amid its vicmitvN..V .,. !efferof Adrnmi''ration on the estate of Thorns months befcre said final ht-arinsj

i: nerehip. Thev will attend *1 t.e counties of the Mid. &.. \lIIN.IVn-acola.F! B. WIIITII"k.: -. sear !IVJ,; : ., l h. l I'.u: 17 tf iiiirnette, late of said Count, dtceaedIAMI THOMAS \LTZELL. Jud e.

:*) die D'nct .if rlorid Ji".ant 1 N W !, Sec 11, and W J d NF --- D :. A true copy : Test :

t*"* .- in the Apala"hico"a Di-'nct. county ur Slat.s. : 4. See 11, T I. R t. N and 1:., purporting: to 1.(. yeW, Ixtenstand Splendid DAMD GOMTO D McRAENY, Clerk.
'
., % ':, 4 Thi-nis. Geirzia The Court, Appeals of Florida, Price .?1 per rxMtle) Sx; I.ttl.'i for s-i. IOI.g to Duncan M Q'iarlt-s. A1'oJCT"tXT OF December Co, I !I.>. 23 ,it BT JOHN B. KCFN, D C.

I'r.::1 -' ail the D:strict and Circuit Coarts of the United f rr Ih' "puMic! are r''cctfi.lreq! .nsted to re U i N W 4. Sec l', T .', R I. N & E owner not OLOTrJ : OLQT>]3WQ] ., : States at Tallahassee. menS that it i" Sands s-rsjpirHa Hal| hasb< cn I ,
known M. D. PAPY
and IS r'.n..loIflTl" ,- I ili: '-utmeeritiers! havejint received 'er brig Uar TT HISKEY-25 birreU for ale bvV

i:: ''l. WM H BRO"KEN RnlpF"C!JR'>-JTallaha!:: ,,( the m'M .!h Ticult: ac'mvnssii class e,f dis' ,..|j..reniurk.ihih.s t tf} w Inch cuns tbe human co-f Lot" No" 1 2-, frac Sec 21 1.TtHI.-\, T 2, R I I. N & E., ""I"I acres ii T, caller and Alrneda, a general and full assvrtme .1. m: = .L :.VJ, \ STARR. LLOYD & FL.\GG.

":, :. AUGU>TIN E MAXWELL, frame is iSjcot : ertfoie ask fur Sat.di Sarsaparil .. I I. '' 2 I I. T -, HI.1 N F.. s.1 i I lit ct REIfY HIDE CLOTHING Practice in all the Courts in the Middle January 2, lS47. 24FLOL

11' : .' April iSIS. 3'J tf .*, scud! I.If.1l ..lier 4, .. fs; .. .. 21. T .'. H'I.\J .vF:, ItiV*. WILL O.Tic. on the tir-t floor of the Cap- K 10 barrels for ale bv
.. Dec nbei 11. I Isii;. 2') ljt Consi-tm in part o f tine and rnu dium qualities of -
I tol "south wing. Nom formerly occupied by the
I. i2.T -. RI 1N & E. I iacia.i back Dress and I-lock Coats and STARR. LLOYD i. FLAGG
--- -- --- )French and n.h-b
1.\\ (TICC l Ivinjin the end of .r.cef"to.ttkie, Lake the : I Secretary of the T,'rntorv .
; near .tilantatio -
:. ItAIOAIU, Jr., I'.nh.ant ha,T"el'lt and black and brown Cloth January Isl7 24
-
t cl Gov.fod.. known. November lr. IS' >. 17
.. > owner not
P.V.. \%'IJITI lus friends and the public Sack and Frock I oats, surtouts. Blue Black and Castor -
: .!; INrtJRMs SMITH SlMKINs1.S'hlT. and Cloth VsN ABLKGi-s bale for m'le bvSTARR
Cashmere
I '. AN'D CO! NsCLLOR AT LAW. is taken the store un tie corner Co. Cloth Cloaks, Satin Silk, Iii Cliancciy..V .
tj ATTORNEY and ex officio Tax Col Jeff LLOYD A. FLAGG.
of Mourn anti Two Hunlr.! rot \ests
: (Uuiuc, FlorlJa. it December :j, 1-4; 11'I tim / LEO.V CIRCUIT COURT.Tsonas January 2. 117 24
niarlv Also General \uortment of
; sTr.-ets. upp..ill. t tIll! Court I Hoiist, a
attend the s'veial C .urts of M ddlc: Flo BROWN l
.;.' WILL ail nf Decatur County, Georgia. iii :,'/ where DItLGsND inav be |1.un,1 MI D1CINKS a \,IHral. a Kverv"ortmeitume attention L.HUS of rioiida. Hoiirn. Gloves, Sbirts. C,.liars. scarfs, CravitsHandkerchiefs. C.- I OHEETING bales 5-4.1 do 6-4.for male by
O
: : Januarv t. "N. 24 paid to o-d..rs of t'h%sitianamid Planters; A FEW copies Pamphlet Law of Florid late Stocks (adju-ting.a netsarticle,) Chn-topher Williams. George ((li FARR. LLOYD i FLAGG.
Lidies and Gent; 's Silk Under-shirts. DrawerSos- January 2, 1547. 24
All article warranted tti.J J qualitv loir far rnihHe .t\ Sc''If.n.; for saleby i F Dennis.
I )M 'FIEO] has just received a supplv of SIHRMXN'SWORM. March 21. Isj.; P. A. IIAYWAIU). ficr-dfrs, Hats, Caps, lino's, Slues, Silk and Cotton I,I James. \ Wilham"Iltiami'j
< : } Lmbrtllis, st 'el Frallles.If)---Cloth, Ca!simers SHIRTINGS bale a J, for sale by
\\
"01\,!'l, ( \MPHOR arid C,\TH.\RTIC ers, and BROWN
and V's'mi's' of stvle I which the are prepired FARR. LLOYD 4. FL.AGG.
/1/KNCiKS; : va; 'ile .arti '. aid the Apalacliirola Land COllllmn) t'Hry of Decree rendered the above
in ( P'f, most a.reeili't virtue a in re-
to manufacture ill the best and mo t fashionable BY January 2, lSf7. 24
.. t"rm .>f a,!mi'iit 'rin* rnrdit in 'ssiHRMVN's ALl, ;persons are hereby warned! not to tn-pa-is, manner and fur ca-h, at verv rea-onabl"l'ricl''. cau-e, .)1the twentv-tir"t day of November .

: : POOR! M \Vs PL \\STFR!, the jT\ nor to make; I\P of, or commit waste in anv un- Oar 01,1 customers! aid the clot be-buv ing community A. D. hH.at the last term ol the Circuit French Hats.TUST .

cheapest ail l h eM plister ever oft'red to the public lawful manner, on the lands of the '\I'rbrhicolaLand ,'nerellvare requested to call and examine our Court for Leon Counlv. in favor of said complainantand

lor Rheumatism Pai'nin the Back, Side! and Weakness Compviv' which have not been rr: ilarlv disposed stock g Our clothing we can warrant as being well against raid deft-ndants. I will tier at public RECEIVED from New Orleans

: i.cAlo. I of bv us, .,r our c.mprt< nt auent or airentslieretotore made ant not having to the manufactory profits, sale, before the Court.house door in the cit of Tallahassee J 1 tloz Cent fashionable PARIS HATS,
pay
DR) FOLGFR'S OLOSAON'IAV I the oft tie! law will be 1 "
Al strictly
L- as pein'tv in the purchased! IhC'ID.e think we can sell the on ,Monday the fits day of February
} II I i-: \LI N(; iL\LS.\M,an ill\'ahnhlt'article for Colds, enforced :against all oflendi riApi nine quality cheaper than the merchants ..nerally.Call next within I legal hours; all'ot hot number ore him J COVS. lu "

Cou;h", A thJ11. Ble 'llin' at the l.imnms. Consumption Iications rmv be mile for purrha and sie At (the old stand on Monroe mt.L'RK
':: : : FR.SCISCUS WICMCCK a'id its kindred dist ists. Pamphlets, containin otherwise, for the undisposed of p
;!t this incili t" the public that he ; certificate-'. from rsons inhibit standing resVtn of said lindilvim; and bems in the counties, of Wakulla of three thousand eme hundred and twcntv-ix dollars -
; November .
TAKE "ce, 7, '- ) It> '
.":. removed tit abyie-t Warehouse to the :gitsvaluiMe! eife-ctscan be hal gratis by ap- Ion (;ail-ilcn sod Franklin and known a.s mentioned in anl dt,>'rte, : nJ tic costs to bt.taied Sale 1st Monday in February 1947.
s
I "t building formerlv oocupi ?dby Starr&(0.,net d.HJI p'vin.r a* aboveTallahasiee the" Frtte'. Purchisi"tioiird'ilv' auth.ri7cd asent, JOSEPH BRA>CII. L. O'B BRANCH. Terms made *n, wn at si'eB Hamilton MirrifTSale.BY .

..1. toPeck'aTin Miiufactor, in the rear ot which be January 10. lfl|' 2; tf Mr JAML 1:. BETTNER, ill the vicinity of Quincy. J. A T. BRA !Nell \\HITNFR.. virtue of a writ cf tun lacia issued cut ef

-:.'3..-' intends to car on the t..sm.s of CAHINETilAKERUNDERTAKCRandU1'1lOLSTERER to-I'arlllcnhII JOsFPH DFLMHLD.LFWIS : ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, January 2. 1 117 21 i Crmrnissitnir in E.iuimfv.Migi.trate't the Clerk's otbce ot the Circuit Court for the
( ,and > : crinis.Trmtffv .
TALL'.HA'sI.R, "LORID\ C nntv of Hamilton. Middle Circuit of flosdi.
: feels welt! prepared to execute any c.rter in ether THE undersigned 1 have associated themselves to- of the .1p larMrola Land Co. hEIR' connection with the Southern Life Insu- Conrf. herein Thomas J Stewart is plamtitf, and JtiepiB

ci.,1; of the above branches tl f his Lu.in I in busness, under the firm of BULL & January 10, l"it,. I raict & Trust 0.>mpanv havinll entirely ceased TilE Justices ot t IhesVtond Di-trict. Leon (%)unfv, Uatt- Administrator u Jelerdant, I have Iwiei

He i* provided with the best tnitenals for the PRH1ORII sire now receiving and oiler for sale a tluv will hereafter give their attention exclusively hold their next Court on thecon.1 'IllnI and vui.l f'r ile. bufore the CuortHoue

.*. :: of new articles of Cbmtt l furniture, choice and will se-lertid assortrnent ol Goods at the ]Nolire.THF tn their ,r.>fe-.:ion. day in February Return das .Mb January. Ji.hn upon expose the first MOB-
t1llr"clurt authrmrd of the j door in the te>w;i of Jasper. on
"ln -cretarecs. Bureaus, T. Bl.bteads. corner ol hntoii and M ,nroe "tri'.'M, the unIir.izni-ml dulv scent I Wilson, J. W. Sherwo and Robert Eccle. are the
j as ll'f. opposite Land Fliev will attt'wl 1 the Supreme' Court of the State, div mrebrurv next, within Legal hours,the l>Ilowin.r -
'oinjianv.i
? .t t \pilaclncola
,;. ..f Chairs, i-c. V'"", in the noatt.t :and m"tst perfect Pliu-nix Buildinzs and known as the Blake corner, es and each ol the Courts lor the Middle Circuit. ministerial officers "l Ct. irt. l'"tI..r .u arrant fluent
: t'J st1e. He also rspair j ; any description of furni where I Ilitv will t bpleated to see twir! old Irtend pr 'pirtd lo sc U nr r<'nt iiicli! portion null l I tractol I March 7. IlL 31 I of the Masi'trates. there will b' but one collecting ile-cnbcd lands, to wit : l3Ht.
\\i land within t)lie Iu'r's-m. PurcbiM, h.venot been Foe W t i c tf I the ith-east 4, .1 Section
al'd all those wioae desirous eif |u-cha-itig CHE:.\P : docket, which will be under the direction of a majority ao.l*"
\r". ture.H< would return his grateful thanks to the citizens WI):) nirularlv li.|>OHi(1 l ..f |11\' aid LimJ ('01111'Per- U\L\Un) '1. \> I.-T, Justice of the Peace ot the under-mni.-tl Justice, Each utile r will Township 1. of Panze 13. North and East tbF.nit
:. sonal imitci%'meet s mav be hail with the nbsi'nix r at I No 4. cl Range No 13, North and East, alsa,
for the liberal atr.. has al- Ihevr- repjrrd to 1.\\I.F\TI'Rf: in the be held responsible fur t tie in his birds
s_; ; cf TalU'ia-( j nage I.t attend to the collection of debts coming papers put : : of TownshiP
iI.rh'! bedirecfetl WILL i the North we-t 4. ef Section 2.
the .f ( Irttirsimv
''. rea'vrect.ived I.and r?-'eiit.at tit CourtHouse and eighty
R all
I to I 111111. thrutuh the I'uot Oiice, at that 1. nze 13,containing its two hundred
"' } <.f their f"v.u 3s he j"!" d! "! )luriis,'lf to give uti.- maY te f.d red at tb.-ir l..t.tl.li..mf'nt.! and will 4olJr"o and will hold Ins C01lrl4 on the second Monday of I acres, more or less.
and Tallahassee..I.IES
.. .y factii to all who may give him their orders.both in thi --who m-iv patroni/e th.-m.lbat the) will place J T.. nr-rrI'i.: ..Iffiitnj everv month lor t hoot purpose. C F IMRTLrTT, J. P Le-v utl upon a< the property of said defendant,12*
Lm work. ende! nor to cii catm-f.etinn ill ci LU confided him will receive Ins J\s IJ\RRY. J. P.
lit aid) quality of try nspcct All -JIIo to .
price
to be sold
Ihf fauiftr i jl the .Iftftlatftitiili Lund Co. to satisfy. said writ of tieri focusJOSIMI
J a'iiirv |PP. 1 lt. 2: TI..lr f ,-ortinetit enprises.ill part the following: prompt ath'ntion. and settlements effected with as I:DU 1). WEST, J. p. BAISDF d
: Januirv III). 1 hI'! ;, :n Iv T
:J1 SainiiolV.earmarkSiinii l II. Sic- Superior French and English Broadcloths little d'>l.iv as possible If requested collections January 23, hh7._ 27 Tannery l(t, 1M7. 2n SerifrNotice. Hamiltco Co-_
DJ d,. CAS>IMFRN. I I.i do FANCY do. made without !mt.
L.\U' I NO..cc.TifF. .
IIIPII Dud .\Vaylc'Hakcr, r1STLV(;... (XJ"OiHce in the north"east corner of the basement By the last Arrivals from New York, .

1 ATTORNEYS AM D COUNSELLORS AT J .W. Silk (loth. \UoIlen Tehet do. und.'rsi ned haveoinilrd in 'he practice of fI f I the Court-liou months ft date I shall &al IC-
i Sattin Uhcl
'Ituv will attend the several Court o, have rc't'd a vcr\ superior style of SIX present my
HAVE formed a partnership, in the practice of 1IK3IY-M.1DK CLOTJILVC.-rine BUck Law and K-juitv in the Middle Circuit of Florida Ttllah.I".t, September I!. 1 Jsjr gWE WE I French Black Cloth and vouchers to the Hon Judge o f Pf
and will iivc their j,tint attention to bumessc bate and for of Jefferson and apph!
the
I Enghi-li arid trench Dress and I rock Coats, medium the the in County
and Countus Franklin and Jackson in : ARE RECEIVING by the Tallahassee.
::, "iii <|ualitv du, renrh ( assimer Sack t oats, do. Tweed, \\-tern f'in'Hit. Also, the District Court of the Sides Shoulders and Hams a as Administrator
.I ail in the C.J'I'ltit"ol Jncksun, atit I Franklin ot the Black Brown PUid Surtouts and I Overcoats Bottle Green French W. Stephens, late of said Count vdeceasdJAMESGADSDE.V..
.., < .a1l United States to be held at Tallahassee and the Supreme Sugar cured himuvery! clinic, .
Western Circuit 5\Mi' B STEPHENS will
n
1. con- P\N1.Al.OO\s of everv description Large assortment Court of the stale of Flori.la. Mackerel, Buckwheat Lard Olive Brown" Ii

," : tinuc .to reside at Qnncv at TalUhas SA1CtL. One CVHMACKailJ of the of \lsFs als of I Hosierv,', Shirts, Gloves, ThOMAS K.\\D.U.L. Flour Dried Apples, I Irish Potatoes Coffee Brown Monticello. January- Ifi( 1547 26 6m _

.,1 WU'Lf'o:1 Cravats N'nf.,Coll frll.llalll I 'kerc Ili.-f self adjusting -
!, THOMAS II. \GNKR, Cranberries. R"i..inl. &.cB1RCHETT .
-\LSOCassimeres -
his time
firm a ( of | Just Ilec 'ived.
iJ wil spend pat -pahd.irnl. Stocks, (titers Ties, Suspenders, Satin scarfs &c., Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. & LINDF.\ ERGEll of the latest Style.
; ann v attend to any direted 0 &(.. A.C J. H. BULL. Tallahassee, February 21, IMG. 31 January 2. 1S47 21 A FEW more copies of Headlev's Napole-on aM
.;-:t:. that place November, 1146' H J. I'RETORIUSINotlro. READY MADE CLOTHING. his Marshalls. Al '
..'.-i'; Ieln.btr20.lt: Z LiWE If riHAMPAIGNE baskets for sale bvVy (X-: Call and purchasethese who want good barains. January 9. 1S47. 25 P A. hAYWARD.
STARR, LLOYD & fL.\GG.
"t' BULL & PRATORIUS

\ OYSTERS.TiIE SIX months alter date, I shall present my final ac- DEALERS January 2,1"11. 24 January 2. ln. 24 Notice.

:;.. subscriber has made arranx<.n.tf! to be fur- and vouchers to the Hon Juil:e of Probate Drugs, Medicines Paint, Ohm ?'URN'ITURE-Chairs. Beaureaus, Rout Tables S IX months after date I shad present my acrOUfl
.k. ,' with fresh (JYSTEItS.daiy! at his O>s- i ill and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a Glasx i1 7 Mastodon Cotton Seed. and voucher, and a.>plT to the Hon. Jisge
Toilet Article., Pfrfnmerjr, &t., Window Work Tables &c.. for sale bv in this Probate Leon of dismi* fl"rAdministratrix
FORTUNE the sole place ol for letters
:fr ter !tnn. ApaUclucola Oysters will b discharge as Administratrix cf the estate of William JR is agent County
"... on Thursdays and Saturd4vs.. Families can reccf b sup If. Smith late of. said Countv deceasedELI PAINTER' BRLSHER AND COLORS, SI ARR, LLOYD i FLAGG. the sale of the pure Mastodon Cotton Seed. on the estate of Granville Shepp* *

a. plied by the quart or gallon /.\BETH K. SMITH. Apothecaries Glass Ware &c.'hlEabosecor.stant1y January 2,147 24 direct from Richard Abbey. F..s'l", of Missis-ippi He late of said County, deceased.

.: DANIEL T. REA. Jefferson Cou it v, October 31, IsH l' 6m hand and for sale at the Furniture for Sale. will have by the next vessel trom New Orleans 200 KL1ZABETH CLEA ELAND. Admn'X.January -
i' on and has all ol it engaged Those 23. H17. 27 Cm
October 31. 16"5. 25"t" bushels nearly _
,. FINE Mahogany Side Board. with marble
top
L lowest market prices.
JOHN lU1SIUNE. 1 1 Dining Table wishing it had better leave their orders at once, and

FUK5IIQA3S2D3BH AT LAW be sure of petting the genuine article. RalrtIti: rind Kopc*
ATTORNEY We have received hv late arrivals large additional 1 Curl Maple Bedsteadapply to

: ] S1S3SBS 1 CVuliify. Florida. supplies of I>ntgiMedietneiawirfifmiealt,which Decembers, 1610.; 20 J. R. FORTUNE. January, 1841. 24 1 I 00 PIECES 75 Globe Covington MilK,

: .. Growth of IN46. TTTILL attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden together with most of the popular patent remedies To ugnr Planter 1UO pieces Sea Island
; :: few bais of GRASS SEEDS. (Herds or RI "V County the Circuit Court of Middle Florida render our assortment Ihe largest and most varied in Florida Supreme Court Reporic.TUSTpublisbeJ. received pieces
and sale
by
SACRYNOMETERS for
.1 and for sale this 1 DOZEN just 200 coils Rope,
'i : AND.. Lucerne and Blue Grass,} just received at And the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.November the State. All of which we offer at the lowest cash J P. at A. Office or by I for sale by P. A. IIA WARD. STARR. LLOYD A FLAW-
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