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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: February 5, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
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BT xa.. A. X. AXGICR. The aaD.al/iial has published
t ITHE FLORIDIANSBY tbe letter : s (;to the ecli-
Who with a careless' hand would rend
tore tbe National InteUigmCtr, and intend
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And have unfolded to bit view ed to b esplanator and w,suppose utisfac-
Tb Mcret of the tea? tory, as rota Mr. WixriiBor, on the

The waters fo.m, and daih-then rest election of r. We can only make ou'. .
calm) before .- -- --- from this defence of li
As > a' ; ---- his conduct, that Mr. C"%
And leave no SHADOW or A WBECK., : lS4-8 : DELL believes that t he Slareholding Stales a.rein 4
Of what they proudly bore. SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY VOL. XIX-NO.. 29.) a numerical mi tforily.and there fore can only !

But ftill we know that preciou things '
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That Lie cwtly pearls and gem: ;bedeck 1- 'If-I will promise not to use any harsh Inn and reconciliation, you: perceive is my areran A SKETCH OF REAL, LIFE. Predictions for this year.-According: to a by compromise and shifts; that Mr. WirTITROP .
Tbe mermaid chining cave. ae: will you not consent to let me write emen:. Now let me give you a precept TSUI rCOJfOMY.' new Almanac, says the Norfolk Herald, the is not ns much opposed to our institutions a
And treasures, richer far than those, I letter l' urged the client. that will make friends and keep friends. It At a musical soiree last winter at the splendid year of our Lord,' 1848. is to be an eventful! ( a others in Congress, and that, inasmuch
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Are buried in tbe tea ; You and I, in the present stale of our has been my motto through life, and I don't mansion of a thriving merchant, and with. one. We extract from said Almanac tbe following .Ex-cpeaker DAVIS, who though a Democrat, ;
: LOVED OE, whose mine we fondly keep mind, could! not come at the same conclusion know that I hate an enemy in the world al a man of taste and liberality, we were struck sagacious predictions which will was elected to the place filled now by Mr. 4
Green in our memory. in reference to what is harsh and what i is It is- with the magnificence which met our eyes in doubtless ba fulfilled. WI.TTIIROF, entertaining; similar opinions in

There in one cradle bed are rocked mild, said; Mr. Trueman, 'therefore I cannot 'A soft anttrer turneth away vrath, but grievous every direction. The highly polished mahoga. "Through the whole course of the coming regard ro the Wilmot Irvi"o. therefore i wan
The mother and her child shock consent that you shall write one word of Ihe words stir vp angtr.' ny doors-the ponderous and beautiful Egyptian year whenever moon wanes the night will! : wise end proper in a )Ih, r!Representative' { f '
They Or billows heed no dashing more the wild.tt-mpest's proposed rt'ply-I must write it. marble mantle-pieces rich Wilton grow dark.-On several occasions, during the al this lime to aid in the election of Mr. .
Well I suppose then, I shall\ hare to sub "THAT LAST JULEP !" and royal carpets-highly polished chairs and year, the sun will rise before certain (people Vicriiaoi'I'be ditierent questions which '
There slA-ps Ine sire, whose head was bowed A TEMPERANCE STORY divans-elaborately carved and gilt cornices hare arisen in lIme House f
Pencath the weiclt flf mite When will it be ready? -uv SOLITAIRE. discover it, and set before! they have finished i> Representativessince
Whose furrowed cheek Ibe years traces; wore Come this afternoon and I will give you Not many years since, in one of our Mississippi -pier glasses-su'pendinE< girandoles-satin the day's work.-It is quite likely that when the election of)Ir. Wi.vriiicor, in connection J .
Ot! cares and secret tcai. the drafi, which you will copy and sign. river cities, that landlord! oft noted ho. curtains-all after tie fashion of Henry IV. there is no business doing many will: be 1 heard with the cubject of slavery, and the
Tbe blnorcinp maiden lately' decked In the afternoon. Mr. Singleton came and tel, in spite of the good fare served upon his Tie drawing-rooms were filled with elegantly to complain of hard times, but it is equally.! uniform and sectional position maintained byihat i I
t For bridal t and for (ball ; received the letter prepared by Mr. True. table, took an aversion!! to his Htod, and, confining dressed ladies and gentlemen, and the supper certain that_all who hang themselves will escape gentleman in all tbe votes be ha* miven, + 4
A blue wve is hrr wind'mz sb*>ct, man. It ran thus, afier the date and formal himself the fluid/ exclusively!! drank and refreshment! ;presented a scene of rich. starvation.I! bustles and hoops out hu": Ion\ 8in vvt.. -> Ir. tur*_ uti.c..t II.' .
The rollinf firf her )'aU. I address himself out of existence. He was ajfllly spe. ness and luxury only to be looked I for from per. fashion, a church pew will bold more go than thinhinsrticriof the Slaveholding! : g-r: tate, :1: ".

And manhood to whese beaming eye I regret that my proposition did not meet cimen of a publican, and had endeared him. sons of overgrown fortune. three hdies.-If dandies wear their beards, that the selection wan most unfortunate. Bin {i
The future brightly shone.slumber locked your apj>rohation. The most of the settlement self, in his latter days, to a couple of prodigal "How long: can this last 1" we said to ourselves there wi be less work for the }barbers,mid he bad as it would have I been under! any circumstances 11 1
There Hope'lies* fairy iodreamleM vision flown.' which I suggested was the result of a young boarders, by frequently inviting them together with reflections" which pressed who wears mustachioes will have something it i! particularly! so. when we 'bear in .- :
carr fill consideration of our mutual interests to share in what he called a comfortable upon us as to the rapid manner we gain and to sneeze at.-There be mind that it was efleded by the conduct of j t

The They haoghty,l sleep monarch there side and by hi side*,1ut-; Be kind enough; to suggest; to Mr. Trueman, carouse.These little re.unions, as we be. get rid of fortunes in this city. How like a of some wi, other manyecipselyirtue .- Southern membersrepr.sentinan institution : 11 I
One ha hi. .orrow all fyrjot" any plan which you think would lead to an fore stated, were brought to a close" by the rocket we ascend und descend! Whosoever is in lore will think his mistress a now tbe object special and continued attack ; ,
The other all bi< pride. early and amicable adjustment of our busi. principal suddenly dropping: out of the set; and One day last week we took a ride in a light perfect ane and will only find out the truth and xtripped of much of its defence by the sur. :
The noble from his princely hsll:: nes. You may rely upon rny consent to it, being no longer able to *" stand up to hi* rockaway overooo of the delightful! roads on of his suspicion by getting married.-Many render 01 it to oae so much its opponent as the 1 I
The peasant: from hi< cot. jut meets his approbation. share of the liquor. Tbe deceased's wife being Loug.Ishind, to catch a little air and an appe. delicate ladies, whom no one would suspect present Speaker. .
On the UME pillow" rest their lioad-" 4 Is it possible :Mr. Trueman: that you expect absent from the city his friends cotnforta- tite for dinner, and stopped to look at an Italian will be kissed: without telling their la'I- Supposing that it was the case,which 110'.. \ i-it!
And share one common lot. me to sign such a cringing( letter all bly packed him in ice for preservation until cottage with green Veaititu: piazcttai: and porticos There will be more books published! than wil ever, we utterly deny, that the members of : :)
Th pen of man may freely trace that ? said :Mr. Singleton: t throwing it down ; her return. The feelings of the hopeful youngconrivialists in neat taste, surrounded by a white (Jail. find purchasers more bills made than will Congress from the Slavpboldinjj! States were t 1 l

I Can fully understand ? irritation of manner. sojourning in the same house with the inaui- homestead, with some fields of corn and potatoes should die, there wi be a dozen f ready to : called on to select I between a Whig and aIemocat I
Oh thy tearful 4 Well, what is your objection to it? replied? mate: body of their regretted companion. It and a patch cf wheat ia the distance. step into one pair shoes.-If a e vounirludv [ both equally objectionable to us on ,. t i
Will Deep never all be read l.i-tory, Mr. T eman. mildly" ; f')r he was prepared was all well enough when he was able to While gazing on the simplicity; cheerfulness, should happen to blush! she will be apt to.look the ground of their opposition to the institution ) :
I 'Till He who see thy darkest! cares, for such an exhibition offeeling." stand the liquor, and drink his share of it, but and comfort{ of the premises we ware roused red in the face, without the use ofpaint ; it of Slavery, what, then, was the conduct reco- 1 '
Shall wake tke counties dead.----- 'Objection How can you ask such a the thought of his being packed away in such by bearing some one call out-"LUlIo, stran- she dreams of a young man three nights in mended to the members of the Slaveholder.; J t
-- -- question Am I to go on my knees to him, cold quarters, made them shiver with a ger !" and on looking discovered it to be our. succession, it will be a sign something ; if section ? Was it to ptraiii thrmiclrcs to remain : ;: .
ib1 n D l IL. V ,,_ and beg him to do me- ju'ticpXo.? I'll sacrifice strange apprehension, which even brandy worthy host of- Place. Ho wore I tweed- she dreams of him four times, or have the in that position 1 Was it to allow the t :i t
:: :- I have in the world first failed to bad jacket and a Lat. toothache anti slavery representation in Congress lo j jto ,
-- --I every shilling dissipate. They nightly to pass mania it is ten to one she will be a long say ;
TALES OF A n.UUISTIR.I: : I the !scoundrel the room where the body Jay, reach their "Coiue, alight sao my laprorcrnents time in getting cither cf them out of her head. them you may choose a Whig or Dem-- I ; tt 1 l
I'll give him Jaw to his heart's content You wuhto have y"ourbusiness} settled, do own, and every time they were forced to do said he. -.Many people will drink more strong: liquor crat, but whichever you do choose, be mu the scoundrel said Singleton, walking.backward you not ? asked Mr. Trueman, looking him so, the feeling of horror grew stronger, until : "1 must go dowa to town to dinner-it will than will be necessary to keep them saber, he opposed to jouon the question Slavery ? .! l'
in a state of great excitement. steadily in the face. at length the tad example of the deceased I be late." I and take more medicine than will be requisite Does not the statement of Mr. CASEM. ant, ". S f j
4Don't call harsh names, Mr.I Singleton; 4 Ofcotir; I do-honorably settled.! landlord began to have its efTect in winning "!;o you don't. My dinner is just ready, to the enjoyment of health.-Din. we ray add every other statement which has !
said solicitor Trueman, looking up from the 4 Well, let me hear what you mean! by an them to temperance. At length the wile arrived and you shall dice with me. Here, Toney, ners and entertainments wiJ goo be given to those been made for the purpose of excusing thos.' : J 3
mass: of papers before him. and *:uiiii! in a Honorable settlement. and the publican was consigned to his tae the gentleman' Lori e." i who have enough at and the poor will who, like Mr. CACCLL iheir position a* :: ; 1 ,
quiet, benevolent way, that was peculiar to The young man hesitated a moment, and cng homo ; but we regret to add, that with "Having enjoyed his hospitality While living receive much advice gratis. legal and medical .: Southern men, voted for Mr. WixriiRor show! ; (! t
him. said. his departure: the desire for another "com. in splendor! I could not refuse his bread and excepted.-The public! debts of the repudiating that the SJavebolding: Delegation( : in the ;present i ,;
4 Every man should! be known by his true Why I mean- brtable carouse began to manifest itself.! .: sal under adverse crcumstances-s I alight States will hardly! be adjusted, and the Congress, on this question, held the Il
name. Williams is a scoundrel, *ud so be I 'You'mean a settlement in which your interest 1 'O:1yone! more, Bill' said the eldest, 4just and walked parlor What a same fato will very probably: attend many ance of poirtr; and that if they hal acted Jt t'
ought to be called responded tbe client, shall he equally!! considered with that of, ty the way of a wakr. for the old fellow! Le cbaugc A plainly l furnished cr.ttage, cane- private contracts in this latitude. He who the same unanimity that their comlilurnts harts i c f-

with increasing' warmth. Mr. Williams. deserves as much from us to his mnmory 'bottomed chair, wooden nmutle-pieces and marries this year wi run a great risk! e pecially exhibited on ibis subject, daring the last txvelw i
I 4 Did you ever do a reasonable thins; in your Yes, certainly, and that-' and then it shall ho an understood thing that plated candlesticks, mahogauy framed looking- ifhe dots it a hurry.-He who steals! months! a decided advantage would! have }been : .. ;
life whea you were angry l' asked Mr. Truman 4 And that,' continued Mr. Trueman, Mr. we quit! glass, an eight-day clock in the corner; and a a watch, gives tattlers occasion to gossip andWill obtained: and the happy circumstance; WO'r! f' '

whose a the license lo speak thus freely t; his young : treat you as a gentleman" ? good fellows were invited, and on (the night able-how plain WLite delf plates, black. relations.-'UHO There will be a C BELL seems to think powerlex! ncverllifess *- .3 :
friend for whom he was endeavoring to arrange -I Certainly I do ; 'but this is more than be succeeding the }burial they assembled" in a handled knives and forks, tumblers and wine. great noise all over the country when it thunder controlling! the action Congress, bfcaur. : ; i
;'I some business difficulty with hit former has done. room but a few doors from the former apart. l glass! blowu: at tie New Jeisay glass-works! ;, and a tremendous dust be kicked u;> occasionally that minority lifted itself, alx>ve party and per. : :r
partner. 4 Well, never mind. Let what has passedgo nent of their dead host. i I I and ul.ceUar dear &t sixpence. The dinner by coach.horses.-Many: young ia. sonil considerations, and stood! on the Conslution :!- '',

'I can't say that I ever did, Mr. Truman, for as! much as it is worth. The principal What say you juleps, boysinquired/ was plaiu good-tbe vegetables fresh dies, who hope for it, but little expect it, will of the country and asserted the rift secured :
but now I have good reason for being angry ; point of action is in the present. Bill. I -the bread bome.lJaked-and we were waited be married ; and many who confidently! anticipate by that instrument. We repeat J." 1 I I
and the language I use, in reference to Wil. 4 But I will never send that mean cringing Considering the state of the waatc-cr, we I upon by a strapping girl with a significant that glorious be I linctly, that the very (,e that no election i> liams, is but the expreisionof a sober and rational letter, tbough. will go juleps' said a guest-"juleps alt squint. The hostess of the late princely mansion doomed to wait another year. wi could have I ben had without the Co. I :
conviction, replied Singleton, a little 4 You mitake its whole tenor I assure you' round looked fresh and ruddy, in a cross.barred Finally, there exists little doubt, this will operation of the slaveholding mem''r. *hows 2.f
more calmly. :Mr. Singleton. You have allowed your an;. 'Hurrah for cooling drinks echoed the muslin dress and Lbinet cap. She was cheer. be a 4most wonderful' year, surpassing in interest that the slave-holding! members were holJiiig ; .
Did you pronounce him a scoundrel bo- ry feelings to blind you. You certainly care. whole party. fdl. and happy. a glass of Madeira-the all that hare preceded it. Politicians: the balance of power. And. when they wavered i .
fore you received this reply to your last let fully considered before you adopted it, the Sam, a negro servant, was summoned, and I, remnant of better day*-we talked of numer- will make fools of others ; and many women I and hesitated, and finally yielded, ai"l I : a :
ter ?t' asked' Mr. Trumn. proposed basis settlement! did you not 1' a positive order was issued forthwith, for all our subjects,and philosophised with all possible ] with pretty facesi mako fools of both.- I either directly or indirectly contributed to ili. ", I I
No, I did not ; but; that letter confirmed 4 Of course I did. the concomitants necessary to make a good delicacy upon the admirable manner they bore Tbe world wi go usual and come election of Mr. WISTHROF, they \ere either ; 'j
guy previously fOtmed impression of his char. So the letter I have prepared for you ulep. The brandy came then the rum, then the change in their condition.: The lady star. back to the place whence a it set out, as will shamefully ignorant of the advantages of theirposition -J .
acter. ttates. Now as an honest and honorable man, the mint-fresh from the earth-then the ed, and the host, rolling out a volume of smoke many a man who engages in business. or more shamefully abandonedvhaf.: k !'
4 But I cannot find any evidences in that you are I am sure, willing to grant to him the ugars. from a principle cigar exclaimed with surprise There will b great cry and little wool, both perhaps, they can: never regain. Whatevermay 1 :
letter proving your partner a diihonefet man. same privilege which you asked for yourself Now, Sam, the ice,' was the next call, and at the shearing of pigs, and the rnce'.ing! cf bo tbe differences that obtain in our country ; If
lIe will not agree to your proposed mode of viz : that proposing a plan of settlement. off started their attentive waiter. lie soon %'hy, my dear fellow, did you suppose I i Congress. on all other questions, and of which \ >s ". :
settlement, because he does not see it to be Your proposition does not !seem to please him ; returned with a towel full: of the material, was broke-smashed-gone over the dam- _ _ profess to be, and if we know ourselves an- j !
the most proper way. now it is but fair that lie should be invited to broken up tine, and in proper order, and eh ? Oh no, no This change you see is The Onion.The ancient Egyptians paid tolerant, on this question of slavery, at least 0 o. ,
He won't agree to it, because it is an lion. state how he wishes the settlement to be straight the revel 1 be an. The juleps were rot owing to any reverse offortune-my busi. religious homage to the heavenly bodies. at the amyng ourtelrca, v/e can have no division. If a -1
cst and equitable mode settlement ; that's made-and in giving such an invitation, a delicious, and uith sleeve rolled up, fchirtcol- ness is as prosperous as ever. I did not wait same time reserving superior tokens of adoration wrong has heretofore been done, still less can 4 .
all lie wants to overreach me, and he u. gentleman! should use gentlemanly language.' lar open, and straws in hand, they went into till bankruptcy overtook me ; but consideringour for the sun, which was their arch idol, andto there be reason or sense in its continuance. ;;

determined to beat me if he can responded- 4 Hut he don't- -deserve to }be treated" like a them with a perfect gusto. Soug, toast and children, our future prosperity, and the obligations whose_worship, as well as _for the purpose And_standing as we do on rights" 6curld by, :
Mr.Singleton, still excited. gentleman. In tact tie has: no claim to that sentiment. carried them :gloriously into the due to society and good example, we of observing tbe motions ot which, the Egyptian the UcnsUtution: we do not un.ferstan4 what .4 j .
There you are decidedy! wrong, said the I I title,' said the young man. f 'few short hours,' by which time they were agreed to *pcnd91,:00 peranuum in the con. pyramids were built and devoted. It was i is meant by degrees of opposition. We are 4 : U1 j
lawyer. You have both allowed yourselvesto If he has none, as you say, you profess all getting rather comfortable. tented manner you see us, instead of$15,000in under the reverentially repeated name ofo.\- entitled to those rights, or we are not. If w* ; S i ,
become angry, and arc both unr asonable'l.I be a :gentleman, and all gentlemen should Here is hoping our old host has: before the giddy mazes faiLion. 1 ride to townto the being-that the same Deity, the sun, was are not, it is unbecoming to assert them. If ;:
; in the present case. Two angry l trove by their actions and words that they are this experienced a 'comfortable' change i attend to my bu iness-work in my garden; known by tbe same nation and to his honor a we are, it is still more unbecoming to conprr. { ;
can settle any business properly. You have genll 71It'n. from his ice-box,' roared out one of the prodi -have plain and substantial cheer-bake my magnificent city in Egypt was designated by mise or barter them away. I may be a matte l'-4
I 1 necesari1y increased the difficulties in the 41 can't say that I am convinced by what I gals. I own Ireadke my own butter-lay my : the same name oN,one of the temples in which r of satisfaction. to a Whig politician to be i
way ofa speedy settlement, by writing Mr. lOU bay: ; but, as you seem to be bent on Ila,'. A little more ice, Sam !' shouted another ; own eggs and have a glass of wine for an old I was known by the duplicated tite: ON-I-OX able! to assert that, if he has abandoned one 1 I ;I tl 1
Williams an angry letter, which! he has responded in; your own way, why, let me copy the thing 'we want enough to make a (parting drillk.I .'- : friend." I the Being, the One, the n in;. This has ix-. half! of his duty, that his Democratic opponenthas r' !
to in the like unhappy temper. Now, and sign it, said the young man, suddenly: Sam vanished. lieN.was not only a change.but an improvement en occasipn to those whose object was to enquire abandoned the other: hlf But to the mass -J i
if I am to settle this business: fur roil I must changing% his! manner. I Boys, what do you say to holding a little -a cheap augmentation of ha ph'iness-a into the real meaning of thing a littleas of the people it can Lu little! difTerencu .' I j
write! all letters that pass to Mr. Williams:! in I There, now, he added, passing. across the jxur-irwir around the old fellow's lust tub ? true and sensible economy-promising rich results possible, to accuse the Egyptians of worshipping by whom their rights have been lost, if by tie .* ;
future. table the brief letter he had copied, 'I sup- I I Come, we will wake his cold quarter.' with : and worthy_of imitation.-."/. .1/ Xoah. onions, whereas they only regarded unwise conduct of rheir Representatives ih* 1 i l l'
But bow can you properly express in}' pose he'll think me low.s irited fellow: after what he used to call a 'comfortable carouse,' The is the conclusion of. these as symbols of the solar system which guarantees of the constitution hue been exchanged ., .q
views and feelings 7' he gets that ; but he's! mistaken. After its allover. just to lay his spirif, and keep it from searching following entitled "The Helmsman a story, they worshipped. The onion received that lor consciences cf politicians.Distribution : 0 \
'That I do not wish to do if views I'll take tell him it didn't a true one, of Lake from the
your :good care to i. out nocturnal drinks.: :' Egyptian name curious analogy, that : ,-1
Brie, in which i id recorded the loss of the '
and feelings; are to remain as they now are- contain my sentiments. I This proposition met with a shout of approval fire and if you cut it through horizontally, each section of n'ealh.The total of pro. 1 : 3' '
any thing like an adjustment of the difficulties, Come to-morrow afternoon, and I think and, glasses! in hand, they proceeded in steamer without Jersey bout. by Tho fact should storm, at night, presents a solar 1llem-the sun in the centre, pert in Great estimated at 82 .
wider such circumstances I should consider we'll have things in a pretty fairway ;' hesaid i procession to the ice-box chamber, iuto which for a tbe "honest be John often recorded and tbo orbits of the planets revolving roundit 000,000,000, and the annual value of the; ..., I )
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10 be hopeless, replied Mr. Truman. : looking up with his usual pleasant smile, I they burst, singing- nard" should memory be lost. He May making up the substance of the root.- : product at So.50a,000.000.( The total value .
4 Well, let me answer this letter, and after and he finished the direction of the letter. Oh, aint you coming b-a-c-k, Stephen ?' and never cut off sheet was of the helms Thus whenever we mention the name of this ;. of the property in the ITnifed States of America "i a J4))
that I man was by a Hare from
I promise that you shall have your own What was their affright and horror, on fair the Thereamer useful little bulb, we express the duplicated does not exceed 80,000,009,000, and the ;
way. 'Good morning, !Mr. Singleton, he said as the ship's crew. was seven mlles ineffable cbarmword of the ancient total annual value ; r i
ly entering chamber, to see a dark figure, from shore and him Egyptians: of our products is estimatedat : .
No, I shall consent to no such thing. It the gentleman entered his office on the succeeding [,with hammer in hand, seated inside of the recent of all on depended the lives esteemed by them in its simple format O: (of 1200,000,000.) t"

i ig the reply to that letter which is to modify day. I receptacle of tho deceased. A light "John: !" cried the which, too, the Hindoo ACM or o)may be a If the property of Great Britan: was equal. fl
the negociation fur a settlement in such away Good mornng: sir, responded the young perched upon one end of the box, cast a glimmer Maynard, sir," aid Jobn. captain. variation) a the most sacred imaginable.Hare ly divided amongst the population, it .; ,
as to bring success or failure ; and I have man, Well have you heard from that milk. upon the ice inside, which was reflected "Can"Ay" ay bold 1 live minutes give nearly $;.00 to every family wuuJ t
no idea allowing you, in the present state and water letter of yours I can't call it in numerous pale streaks upon the dark figure you on longer1""I Courage-Have the courage to con. persons; nnd if annual were thus divided, $ J

of your mind. to write ouch a one as will most mine. and the wall beyond. Of course,the first impulse And can be try.did tho llamas fess ignorance whenever, or in regard to each family would have: $ iOO. The same ; .
assuredly defeat an amicable adjustment. 4 Yet, here is the answer. Take a seat, was to retreat, but a familiar voice ar. and sheet try ; smoke would came Darer whatever subject, you really are uninformed. division in the United States would! give each $1"
% Singleton paused for some time before m k.1 and I will read it to you,' said the old gentle.man. rested their footsteps : almost nearer suffccate; a him, and his hair was sometimes Have the courage to treat difficulties a you family 81.50 of properly and for an annual :
ing a reply. lie had l been forming in 4 What de debil is do matter, gemmen V in. singed would noxious weeds-attack them a soon as production, 8300. ,
-his blood warned on fire with the :
,
mind a most cutting and bitter rejoinder to Well Jet's hear it. quired Sam, from the tuh,. great heat. seen. Nothing grows so fast. '
j J letter just_alluded to, and be was very tbe'' 4 Dear George : I have your kind and gentlemanly There was a pause, and then the inquiry Crouching wheel firmlv a*in far the back left as hand be could till the, he.ilfkb held shri the I Have the courage to meet a creditor. You Eclipws in 184-?.There will b six- ..
tilt Mr. Williams should have lie bem-flt of note of yesterday in reply to my ; What the d-1 are you doing there, I ibe I must he a gainer by mae interview, even it* four of the sun, and two oftbe moon. Mach 'f f
knowing that be ibo't him a tricky and de. harsh, unreasonable, and ungentlemanly one black rascal ?' you veiled, and muscles cracked iu the flames ; you learn tbe worst. We are our own deceivers. 5th, a partial eclipse of the sun Tiil!, March 1 ,i
liberate scoundrel of the beforo. Wo have both been and then he strecbcd forth his right, and bore lOth a total eclipse of the
with other opinions of a day play. Poundin' you some ice for dal last julep.' mon ; partially t
similar character lIe found it, therefore, ing the fool ; but you are a head of me in becoming 4 What ? Ah ? Oh-o-o-usfi/' the agony without a scream or a groan. It Have the courage to own that you are visible ltpri 3d, eclipse of the atm. inri ube. j
I impossible to make up his mind lo let the unimpassioned sane. I 'have'' examined, since I have was enough fbr him that Le beard the cheerof poor, and, if you can, laugh at your poverty, Au;. -Sh: another ("cips of the sun.invisible. a : i: .:
Mr. Truman write this most im. got your note, moro carefully the tenor of Age of Animals-A 'bar rarely exceeds tL.sailors to the appruacbiug bats ; th by 8 doing you disarm enemies, and deceive Sept 1:3mb a lota! ecipe! oltbemonn.visibc. ;

portant epistle. i your proposition for a settlement, and it meets! twenty years ; a dog lives Iweuty ; a lox fourteen cry of tbe captain fur "Tbt wuwou auc nobody. You avoid many dt.utics.; 'bitter. Sept.27lb, eclipse; of tbe sui, i J' 1" t
and God fur .
Indeed, I must write this letter, Mr. Truman : my views precisely. My foolish anger kept or sixteen ; liens are long lived. I'om- every man himself : us alI" ness, and besides there are a people who will invisible.Stafe, I 'i
the lust
And sounds that It
,' be said. 4There few 1 it before. let mutual lived the I they were herd. not believe those who Dfll. The different
ale a things that me from teeing our I pey to age of seventy years ; a squirrel How be not known whether you especially make States oftJt ill
perished
I want to say to him, which I know you won't friend, Mr.\ Trueman, arrange the matter according seven or eight: years ; rabiiiis seven.; Elephants dizzied the buioke. was, he lost his : iu the same acknowledgment as a pretext fjr Union which are in debt} amounting, t
write. You don seem to consider! that po. to the plan mentioned, and I shall have been known to live tu tie great II. by forward footing en. meaniieks.. aggregate to considerably over two hundrnf r t: ,
sition in which be bas placed me in the letter most heartily acquiesce. age of four hundred )'C.HS. When Alexander deavoring whether to ho conan suffocated and fell overboard, Have tbe courage to be sileut when a f ol I million vf dollars.! are now, we believe, nil i

; nor what is obligatory upon me, as a man 4 Yours, etc. Tno'Lu'JLLJA)(*.' the Great, had conquered PJruthe Kingof :I smoke or his comrades was could by the dense prate; he will cent the oooner; betides, paying the ititerssts, in f:11 Or in ;'rt. on t I
of honor. I never allow any man to reflect 4 He never wrote that letter in the world !' India, he took a great elephant, who hud I moment, the vessel struck the not trl At the what can he or you gain by prolonging the their f'5-the debrs, ; etcept the f.lwinr.! $ i

upon me,directly or indirectly, without a proper exclaimed Singleton, starting on his feet* fought valiantly for the king, and named him her aide sailors, and were lea.ped at. conversation.Have whose dllll 1841- tort about as ann .t'', 4 I
\ response. 4 You know his writing, I presume, said Ajax, dedicated him to the nun, and let him them j p.aeDger. captain the (courage to receive a poor relation viz : -Mi"'I; sippi; 67GOO.Ut( ) ; Aikanws. 0 f
into for
'There is in the Bible,' said Mr. Truman, Mr. Trueman, handing Urn the letter. go with this inscription, "Alexander, the son he( to whom they,or owed wm their lire ; all save openly and kindly. Hi shabby appearance 83.500.000 ; Florida! 8I.P3000O! ; Texas, : :
41 passage tbat ;is peculiarly applicable in the 4 It's Thomas Williams' own hand, as I Jupiter hath dedicated Ajax to the sun. everything escaped. oven his ignorance, wi appear to your 811,000,000. Total, 8.6DO.( I
He died the death of Christian hero I
a
present case. It is this-' A soft answer. live !' ejaculated Singleton ; on glancing at TUB elephant was found with this inscriptionthree advantage ; for the mind prone to draw -.
tjrneth away wrath, but grievous words stir The letier.-4My old friend, Thomas Williams hundred and fifty years afterwards. had almost said I martyr ; his spirit was corn.mendedjnt.o compa isons. We have nothing to be ashamed Hogs in Cinc"innalLjp to Saturday eve ,
all wger. I have found this precept, in a ; the best natured fellow in the world !' Pigs have} been known to live to the age of bU Father's hands, and his body of but our own errors. I ning, January 1st thN been KUughternf! ;I,
in tbe side
ufe Um has numbered more than double your he continued, his feelings undergoing a sudden '. thirty years-the rhinoceros to twenty. A sleeps peace by green ofLake Erie. Have the courage to carry a chap umbrella here this season 306,29 Lots. exceeding II) :
thousand the '
Yes.rlto be one tbat may be safely and boo- and entire revolution. What a fool I horse baa been known to lire to the age of the ; you will discover why when you loanit. one number fthe preionsly :
"t'Mi adopted in all cases. You blame Mr. have been !' I It.two, but averages from twenty to thirty. Sec Sigh.-Twil, by the powers largest years, IS45-G- and by over 30,. -
'win1Tis for writing you an angry letter, and And bow foolish. have I been too !' said Camels sometimes live to the ago of one hun. horror.strck as of affection nurse Have the courage to subscribe for a newspaper [ 000 the whole number of the last year. 'fo )
a new pledge ; the number :
:::' PMt at certain expressions contained Williams, advancing from an adjoining room, dred. Stags are also Joni lired-sheep seldom arprcbfd bearing !f" and not depend upon borrowing yourneighbor's slaughtered has been added sev. .
oral
helpmate.ftTwins, hinny thousand
lBftB S_ fro fruiful -but above all have tho brought in dead-making, ,
,
( wnt Now, it any more right for IOU tocutliDepitb15U at the same time extending his baud towards fifteen exceed the age often. Cows jive about cried nurse, "faib, Murdoch,and it is the bles. to PAY for it. courage altogether 315.000 to 320,030. We shall say ex. *
letter with Curier considers it
angry Singleton. year probablethat sed makes double this
whiskey see csed
> je 400,000 head this) At Hamilton
; aQ .. whales auon. .
for
him! sometimes lire
hundred
God bless dear friend exclaim. one "
about
I .B Mt. you my .. Pelicans morning. The Game of Life Played too1 Soon.-Aswe 16,000 head have bee.slaughter
'I Truemano ed Singleton grasping his band. Why, year are Jong lired. A tortoise A .Rfmarlable 1847, ed.-Reporter.
d e1ouDtlyoung; friend,' said the what, has been the matter with us both ?' has been known to lira one hundred and ser. produced the coldest Fa.-NOemhr days Philadelphia for a passed the Palasso Vermont where the :

iniU'4&wer, interrul'Bff him, that Tarn acting 'M/ )'oung.lriench,' said old Mr. ; en years. November month, for 63 yean, viz : the mer Duchess d Born we saw her descending Sharp Relvike."I Def p to church, '

... *ClIo, jO jow benefit and not for my man, one of the kindest hearted men curl wa only 12 degrees above zero. And aep. to enter her gondoJ She said a country tradejr.an. to his parish clergyman
1: : U 70% k1 adriJer i Iou mustentOTJcwmotcotuentlo world, rising and advancing towards Tru.// The Bedouin Arabs ought to be the happiest December, 1647, the warmest day for a De appeared a little old woman, anJiou MI always spend Sunday in settling i c- I. -.
i'zLo: myjg : S I have known you long, and hare & mortals. Their lire are "one per- cembee month for the same period,v!>': TO dtgreef and careworn face.. A French gentleman, cn" The minister immediately replied, 0
esteemed you both. This pleasant pelual spring. who was with me, professed to b acquainted i 0" "i fD sir,that the day of JWD
with her and told she 0
me, w o1 forty eight.* will b tA i the same manner.



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; 3 1 t L T1motAt-rs;, ", 69. An act fur the relief of James C. Johnston Fiom the Afacon 1egrapA.LOLJISIANilU. THE! FLOMDIAN. More fiuotflu Still. 1 R amors e Pnce.
j after the article in There
We had hoped that reading are rumor. abroad
that
.11 and llarnnn High. s. SENATOR. Mexico i it
tession the Gtneral Assenlly
! .I Pasted at the third of at lv
last oa the vote in the House of Representatives \'filling | !
o
A. Shine -- -. our paper give n. peace. One
GO An net forthereliefofflich'd Yesterday wrek fhe 21th ult. was the dayfued -- .UuOent ?
.I nor ending S'A the offered by Mr. Winthmp to '** scott has t inicenrnl
on proviso t
of fiLET u. ALOl'fJ actually .i&o.d
I t and Joseph A. Cdmondson. by the LegisUtnrrt! for the election of treaty with, 1''fj

: amend entitled An 61. An art for the relief of H. It. W. An. Senator in the place of dIe lion. Henry Johnson. ; ; == Ihe Oregon bill, our neighbor would have ha.I the ran CemmisicneM, which only Swaits ,he J
t 1. An act In an :ct act.t' sattircij 5 1848. Irp'o'aI
4th February manliness: to modify his language .f the 25th ult., 10 f his Government. Another i i.
the Circuit of the Slate of drexxs and oihers.G2 whose term of office spires on the that MUico
I' organize courts I .\n providing compensation to he March 181!). The Dehlasasy.-"The two -- -- --- ---- -- ----, far at I least a. be accuses us of wilfully perverlmif mde prorositH for peace, which hue beta J!*
-"i; ,' Florida.J. a.t. WK: a-ithori/vnl to Gen WIL- ,
announce
tT:
of the Richmond in article
paid lo I.. A. hump-on I for prepinng a Digest in the being close; the meaning Whig an m to th'.Guvernment at XVasriington for
amend orsjmizn the parties Legislature very con*,,
$i> An act to an act tn 'I of Florid that LIM BMLF.Y as a candidate for the or.ce ol Governor copied into the columns! of the Sentinel. Put w- iut. These rumor are discredited "
Circuit Courts of thai Sute of FI'riJa.ih of the Laws i and HII impretsion having gut abroad of this Stile at the ensuing election. bj the Uniot-
: estimate the He
in of still
ibo of Sinli were wrontr our man. -at least *> far as they nile
change xxho
I 63. An ait to name: otne oflhelli members represented any probability
1. wnUof criminal I I -- -- -- o.( .
3. An act to error in la.
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\: ,) .\. I Hnlderi of Jackson county to that of Satah Democratic parishes xvo.ild vote for the Democratic COTTON.-Prices here range (rein GJ I. 111. The persists in his accusation, and even tries to educe -ssf.il negotiation, though we are Ie-Clio i inn
that
f 1..h! :. cases.; I II 1nvell.e,1. II II candidate there deal of from cur reply a d.ip !ition, nay a positive retreat Mr Tn t, notnuh.tUru'ir.g hu
; 4. An art in amend tlie criminal laws s of A was a great new" (rom New York i* unfavoraMe. A letter rf recall?, may feere
; i \n chinsMne of Jis. SimId nnd to the re nt.! from our remarks of the 22d ult. We need not sa> mainin in Mexico in fi
name
force in this tat'A. act to : uncertainty speculation as tho'2" January states that a few dxt alter the arrival ; Consequence of advances faith,

uj'1 i :'l, .:. .. : 5. An act to aim ml ihe ieter41! acts regulating I of ihe county of Monroe, to that of Janus Alan early hour the floor of ihe Hmi
\\all.l'r.I crowded with members and word in our last paper which gives him any such Whatever be the
-, ) 1 Timothy ,Wall cent-but the advance of freight, decline in ex may facts, and whatever
'S :: judicial pruteediu:! An change the of certain weB known who the warrant. On lh. contrary, tee think we clearly Save been the may
Gj names It was inclmatien
a11U .
allow the privilege of bail incf spectators. was change; aad the anxietY of holders to .11.\\ causrd Mexico to leroinat,.
: 6.n act to
: therein named coi..Jidall" but the D mocrits had showed that the intention of the Richmond I'/,; war disastrous
f r'aiu persons Whig as prices to give way, and they are no\v less than before to her. from a coitinoalicn of which,

I :: .:, 7. An cast-act tn amend ih<* several acts cnn. Gl An ad 10 change lhr name of Mirv only held their meeting on the night before the s'eaiicr'j! arrixal. was to convey {the impression, as charged, if words, she could expect neither advantage nor honor. ,_

C J LetHieili IIf, Calhoun county to that of Ma last, it was not so generally known who was and a proper construction upon them, mean anything fear that tie action of the t
4 'tjiii.
present
4 j- '... c,'ruing hn I auoin\dlililipprncppdinssof fr jc I:I I ryl: \ I Doles! I their choice At 12 o'clock, M., the Sen-it ('lJ-: Major A. G. Joinvso1, of the 13th Infantry, that more than twenty Southern Locnfoco hu put it out of the power of our Whig Government Conn,,,
8. .\nd i lu
i.' sioiied Justices of 07 .n act to change the name of Sarah entered tin hall of Representatives and after passed I through our town on Sunday last, from the Representatives voted for it," (the proviso (,If red by obtain a peace nou- which will alufv the to
fsundrv rommi a I right
: ", :J perMiiM. ol his to h's home ID Hamilton.Ixcurti : Our neighbor i hat not JBJ
A. AIvoi!. I SOIl preliminary business, the ('neraI11I. eat war, on way Winthrop) attempted to refute the honor of our Even
.; ihe Peace fur this buie. 1 ctunlrv. Mexico knj
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[ 6 :t. An act to chingethe mme of WillirmI semb'v proceeded in a very Inisiness-like our conclusions. All he can nay is that it sought she would
: :. 0. An act in-.King appropriation f'lr tliPpriiitiug I < ii to Tampa. peace no linger alo'o after set,.
. : I J. McCaughaii, to that of William ,Icirir.t' ( inner; t.) vote for Sen::itor, Mr. John M.' Bell riSen'" the bill as it passed the House of Representatives' I the complexion of Hie *
ltJ
: ;: IUII 1 Iint.! i Hf Thomji iui s DigcM, The leaner (; goU', Capt. TfCKtH advertisesto proceedings in c.ln rf'9!. y
; r\ act to < r Hobert II. Hall aminor I of Oi leans, nominating John S'idn' and !" We have shown that this \,\tjorcrd man will .
n .IIP'\\'C
that
she
I r and lip tlef..f.! -1411 (corn Columbus, H ? ", on the )IGlh inst. lurT.lln.t suppow will oflVr 04 iruWniit
1 .! 10.liully Aau t in loll n'ullt: .limp of lio'diiig t' to assume the management of his own Christopherdains.. Jr., of Ilwrville! nomnlin :- Da.iaCVdir Kr>!. This is a fine opportiiiiit there being nothing In the article itself to warrant for the past, antI security for the futurethe
I F. Kenn.-r. \sceiuion.. 'TIII'I' such inference. In but one instance is ihe vile bun only
Duncan ,
,, l?, dIP! Cir: CUUfS1; ihe> Middle! Cir'ul. esTst. : \' fir tiiosi* d> mom of a'trip vu the noble Suwani. any urn which the President will treat with for
ui I 70. to authorize the executors of re'-eiv jib bre ithles attention on the separated from Ihe vote on the bill. Ink! .
art t'
xx the
votes proviso
a-ntr.d : An .n xver (;la, i ii said i hop i. held out to her of
: L II. Al act a-i: att elliI.1 -. The '. no to be a new boat getting off luK
. ,; I I deceased to sell certain I' and. interest the :hdites !being all >nt.I On Mr. Winlhrop's motion," the article in
1 i ', .. net to organize* tlp llice of ol II George KiugsNy ca i pre ant l hrr officer gtntlfnn'ily ant accommodating. says mier-xthile. in (act. she] hw reason to believe ,U
CCIjlrultr real ( htt'. and looking as cnol! anl self-pousessed: at they question," that very proviso was inserted an the Oregon will! got oil Iree of further
J. :" Pubic:: Accounts of the Slate: ForiJa,3p' Sic advtrtisorurit ri ;.mother t cullmn.: ay claim on our ruler
i 71. An act to authorize Thomas I., flames well could under the dicurnlanC'.I.n,1, \\'" -' --- Territorial bill which,lut winter,alter pacing I.-, on t.f'rYiLI she ield detra'rd
i'.': proved July 23ISI5. I tu our J'J.t
", ..;,'. 12. An act to amend tl.e several arts torai to convey to\\"n" lot, in the town of Ojnn- cannot but rejoice over the chaise in nor .\'III- State Convention. the House of Representatives, (d1l.ylhe non-action when the ULr tell her we are dnpcsed fo, ,

j;: : !.e i fur t'ms State, approved July cv" and for other j urpos-c fein of Vtttrg ifFrteil b.> the Nexv Constitn- It "'cms to be generally a-rerd that the demo- of the Senate." Here is the only allusion to the 1 from the contest any how > The Whi;, are in letir,

: ; r""lnup i:. An act to declare and nuke the cti- lions, in the snbs'itution: of the i-ire rrfc fir critic pirly of ll.u State will bolt 1 a Contention passage of the bill in the whole article, and this indistinct Hion to check the a p.
i' 1 IS : and 1)c.27) 1845.'J. i prosecution of the
"
1 : and
war,
..; } \ :. I'An act 11 niiW Ihf.CVrtiticHtcs of the 7enship of the keeper or keepers of the Live the ballot xote. TI,' free. open and republican I This is at it should be. We are glad to see it. The Iron the proviso. How entirely duTerent is I say il ought to be done. Now. wh.Ie Ihi rare they J

... t'. Tn iurer <." this Staia receivable: in payment Oik plantation opposite to the city of Pensa- character ofihe I titnnar m,xle voting, as whigs hive aUnsed usternMy abets former Conventions the sense of the word 'inoted above fiom those : thmz l 100st", "harha' Mexico to by

,: j (( hi. in the countv of K: cambia, in place of iti rapidity. and c'rraiol.re'cornmt. n,1 it" general \tnt lln cainot: fri. 'Il'a the democracy from which fdlnThey are prompt enough to proclaim peace ? Xolhin gain giving u,
t : t>{ A\\\\ puli:ic due* surely ; but every thing to iose.
for the of ihe county of Santa Kosa. adopt,ion in a'l'! our election! popular ali. j their ,Hlj'rie.ty. It is (the most open and test way that Mr. Winthrop7>r. f/ this proviso to I If we abandon the -
; :: 1 11. \1 act to p-ovide: payment I I war of our own accord.he
., .. and wjtnr'st. 73 .n art lo facilitate: I ihe draining of the xxell l.I leg'slatne.; | v,'f devise I fi:r un-fn; party an;1 rendcringiti action the Oregon bill ; but they dare not add that more have no inducement will
: : to
: ;Z: jurur. saic: propose a eltlen>enl of .
1'welvelile ill the county uf St. At the flrttte 'I hr. S'iihv'l'! !1 reeeixed r 1. I elFcient ami that Southern Locofoco diff.culties
.' :' 13. An Art to (!.-lltie the duties and prr- Swamp it s'ouM not be anndonrd for slight twenty Representatives, The very thin*she would most desire
Johns Mr. Kenner, (G I, and Mr. I R. C. Nicholas: one I from voted for' it, while wco'd:,
; ; : fcnbc tii-j cDtnptnsation of tax assessors ard catHi If onr principles are worth fighting for if some ot them I Virginia, about be accompisr.cd without
an of '
moiement tier,.
collectors. oLinoxs.:: vote. O.ifl Whias: absent, and one ( Mr. I th,.\ are .o'ind and I tin, if they furnnh the fifc'ttiasii as many more we're' absent Iron Iheir seats," If U strange, that wnh
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1 : ;' 10 .n n'Ii) erif,rcei'ipp\ -i>ti'f taxes 1. Resolutions n-Iaiix'e to the rommissinnirg BilcKxin, Sabme) tot,! the "Sibine: chute," fur the conduct (,four covrrmicnt, and if it be I" m order that THE rROtlSoor WhiCh they icrrt I II the WIii1l! act as these do things e'ic'.nr.
they in
,. s.;;.. 'seHPd. Hnllo be a "t..t.I, agaui t :1 in.If" I bx the ( Jox i'rnor., Justices of the Peace and voted 'for \1 r. S.i.l"'!I. an I on.: DemocratMr. 1 I,'all-irnpt.it.jpt tr) the welfare ant progress of our not Zodenogiz to rote, mthtpais by their refuse which i< the professed aim of all Congress. Tht

".;' Mliuiiotis: : cl,inning curp 1 ate privileges in tin 2 Prt-aniVe: : and l tso'uiions! in relation tocertain ( 1 Mannsel White. tlfarJlI'IUiI"! ") tifated: I c< iint.y that they l Il' put and kept in :'uC'lice-tll'n! I to answer to then n.znses" Does this clearly! they are P"llp'nn.t ; I.) their daily. parties-a F c-

'3'., tI. se' ions of:Iind gru.ted: by the United, the Dcm'crats tO, a green jtfr imnm, in the' I it becc.me a IT.aUrr..f much Convenience that tie mean the bill as it passed the House cf Representatives speeches. their wntm.s and their cooduct-by t their
: TI.luanJ
.
thrown u't! vet
of The :
t ., 17. An Act m iking .iprroprntians: in pirt Slates to rSondi: fur the purpose of fixing fclnpd a xo'c: a\x.iy. re be-.! ar.d nrst E'tc lIut_me3nl bi mod fir securing ?" Absurd! And yet.this is the constructionour make a gre.it clamor about its btmy the Preside thy

of the! bi.re Goxrrnmer.t during of ( wag a tie."The their adept ion : I In advise forced to it,to himself *
: :, : for the supiwrt her seat ovcritnniit. pr"p"gai."I. A'can we neighbor is put upon save war, an unnecessary. and a wicked
.'on.l"Ot I revolted! the first neither war. Art
: '. : the \ear ending ;31st cay! of October, 3. Prfunble and resolution? rc'j'icsting ? as I togvt! er better than in Convention ? How can from the charge of giving publicity to an untruth they not acroantable for its eontmaance

1' i .;.:.' I Isi-JS. an I 110 supply' : deficiencies during the! our Members in Congress to procure the passige candidate getting a ni'joritx. The S"MI- we rrakc u uon a'ul hirrrony sire but by some cora- A'inIf: it was so peculiarly objectionable'! in a them rests! the odium of : ? fV0n
then ithdrew.! and tie Huns'* relieved I protracting a war
';; last fiscal 1 jeaV' I of an act lo graduate the price of the ate I moo paMic: agreement, in which individual prefer- I Northern Whig to offer that pro,iso, how much rr.oresowzs they denounce as so abominable which
sfiJI
I
tithe lestMining of their elders: for |they wjj
r.; '. IS. An act m kng appropriation to defray public lands: in this State I II presence I eires will be yielded to tk* general will f It u the it in nearly fifty Southern Locofoco to secure desist. Their violent dcclacaiion net

.\ :. the epnse flf the thud Gtiiersl Assembly: 1. Pr>'3'ne! and resolutions inrtla lion to :I the "ant of something better to d I, fi'llto only way t""> give a PHI fiicces*. unless, indeed, its atloption by their vote in ttsfaror." This themselves. will yn rtcCil
: I 'labM.r.g.! and "I t ill'( a delntib'e: m"*,. I I upon
.f the Suite of Florida! and foz cil.r: purposes. pre.cmption: rights ira this St., I V] g there should! be no know a dH.r..ity: *>f pre': ience, in says our neighbor clearly means the bill. lie does

.. 0" I .". Hesolutions) relative to locating the ,I.\tif'r a whi'e! however, the S 'n;,te roturned, whirl case it mig'.t! I he di";'iend wilt a< Uiel<.!. I not breathe a word in support of hu as.crtior, but Game to the Last

... 19.) An act to amrn.1 an art (n'i'Ie.1 an act i, School Lirds in Eoliths! of sections.G. the xoting frcomlH'III'eI.-\\'JI'n, : The ,!enoera'ie party i>f Florsdj tecnj dnjosid to simply '3 .that such is its meaning, and charges us The editor. of the La nnge'lGa.) Reporter bu

:: 10 organize Cour of! Probate for the Sute: of Preamble and resolutions, asking Congress I! IJcSTs name \\ :i cnlled], he rose, and with a act 'J','I'r thrse! view*. I'rom all we can gather I w ill perrtruon for giving the language of the HT g hoisted the CzAr Banner for President and Ins

'. TJoriJa to proxi'!'c lands fur the inhabitants of I small Slip of;paper i. his bawl (xvhich, we understand I' from the newspapers: and other -uurces, there is a I and placing upon it a cornanon wne conotrllclion.- that, sink or svim. live or die, fce will stick to

..' 20. An :1.t0 authorize: Judges! fd" Pro 'tCs : certain tuxxriships for thc support of Public i vat inscribed uith: the autograph of, general dfiirc I that a Convention shall be held for i Who would give it any other meaning than that we hin. He don't like these non-committil candi-

.: :. f 1.the sextral comities in this State to cp- Schoo!1. i Iwo Whigs who answered were \\illingto" I nominate xo'e! for l'i the i| Ihe irpoj-- of !uin< upon our cand.dates: and >rgariiznj I have placed upon it' No one, we venture to SlY ; dates! fcr 1'rcsident palpable hit at old Zack_

I:: .... jxmit Guardians, : fir free 1f 2ro -s. I 7. Resolutions in regard to lands xxhich I II namcgixen andote) for him., At :this sudden"rreSoule : the party fur the! en"'uinj campaign. i lan.1 in truth the original intention of tl,e writer was The following is an extract from the Rrperta of fit

2 1 An act to amend > acts! nhtixe have rcxerted bai.k the ( :lencral LJoxerntm 27th ultimo
all lH'r1 In
I of the Di'mocra'ic! front the excitement I j Avion,; other tiling, we sjgge-t the l propriety cfvh J I to coneY. the unauthorized impression that uthern :
change
,
: : to CciIl"HUli "iulwr !. I -i.t mcltr! the .\rmrd UcclIl'dliunCl1 I co.silering \ 'thtr} the Contention shall appoint dl'ullcrats'oted for the proviso at the time of its And who is the man contemplated fettLe ia.
2 act rthli\, Judges of Probate: snd in rt ;ird lo the eight .sections of land I wax so intense 30-1 could' ha,'" heard ? S portant station of President of the United Slites
t : .1 Mr. : :| (Whiles: to a National Convention. We know there proposal Thii is Ihe understanding! elsewhere! es-
(tall.'hpn Fe'ix (;arcua'tiame
: County :Miim.ssionersaiid granted to Honda for the t fixing of a seat of pin : Faction answers. Central Zathary Tayfer! a tw
J. Ai fur t.frit.qualifications i was called' he \.ted "So-ili "-$) did :Mr.Parham. I u ailfsiieori! th part: .a-jtredti-nocrat:* in our State, rcutly in Richmond But we have: no poiticn: who mai.e! $ the non-committal plrge! that tie wiil

: : act to ift'iJe Slier I Goxcn.ment.' I II I so ti.l11'! Benxeiiso: d.d: Mr. that "It should! keep aloof from a Nati nal Convention to bandy words with our neighbor any further. We adiiint-ter the Gr.vernir.ent strictly acctrdirg la lie
of Clerks.! I
and to prescribe I 8. Preamble: an resolutions relative to apedy :I Watkins aid did Mr. lialdvxm. who Tl.fwot.'id: nut h.Ui j->in in the proceedings feel clearly sifi,1ed I hat we have carried cur point, reqiuren:ef.t* cf the Constitution, as construed IvU'jsliinstci
.- .:. jlj and C.v.mtx' Commissioners, t1CICt on survey of the Private Land Claims in : to not and the earlier rresideni." This is allthe
of a body I x5iirh! rnigtt: pTchance nominate for notwithstanding the cf th' Sentinel
: boasting
: that he had dene his dIth'I his Dem- I
the first MonJa\ in October, IS 17, o:}.- FJurilt.I thought ) iledze that Gen Tailor make*-lhc!, !leavrj
; ---- - --
:1. ocrauc consi.tueiit: *, ard xxnnM! now give the ; the Presidency a \\ ilrnot Prov.si: tIn.'e might l'ie people to understand the lecuutrrerls of thel'uastitu'ion"
t ;nrpl'SC'S. I 1) Memoriil and rr!ohtions asking Congress Ia a Fog.
: Ihj* lie caght n a awkward 'redicament a< they please arid to kispt'.itic
judee
Whigs the cold comfort: ofl.U vote when it very \ v|
:21.: An net to around nn act entitled, : Ac to lprropr ate oi.e hundred and si\t)- Tiny wr.uli t have tit ruk otirUes such The New York Kspreii ackaovvlrd itself in a *" hy Ua>iincon4ndlheearierPirsidvnts( t .*

.} act to IL.LLI.l. :untTof ftCs, ajpnued Jan. acres of laud for the building of a court house was of no use. Lon: bcfi.rc t the roll \\astin-' Jlut: ii in a position. fog as to the political opinions cf Ge.ural TITLOR. The e"ti.t Presidents we know of wereVa4ini!;.
we ) not see rorictuire reason lor
any
ishecJ it clrar that S u'cxas! the Senator
and the
xxas ton elder -\duns-ud held it
0 Ibl7. we as a matte
ia I1i1i"OWUr! county. I It lays it has not a ray of lu'at to guide its JuJ'- .
t such a course on our pjrt. Probably all the Southern impossible for follow
ntited! and the IIlnd.ome c 23. An act to repeal 1 an act an act 10. Preimble! and resolutions relative to in the and leasta '
: ment matter, insists having at ami
.' I able! gentleman! begin to brighten: into an I State, except South Carolina will ?o info the !I upon be consistent. But,l fI? the determination oi the
tariiFof fees
Id amend an act to establish! a I the! pissnge of a hxv in relief of certain citi- up Convention Wh should not Florida : them peep o' day," before it enlists t under the barner penMeasit may be, we have hoisted the banner cf

:1.. approved Fd brnny: I;, 1SJ1, and \1ca uasapproved zeiis of this State. expression jojfnl gratitude. join of the old war horse. It publishes injiixta position HENRY CI.\Y, and we intend toriseor till uri-r
Mr. Sou'e's! J"l'rfr.. Kenner We have as m ich interest in the success cf Ihe democratic -i
f; Dec27, 1.:13. 1 11 1 I. Resolutions: requesting the Senators majority ,letters from IheGereral in reply to nominations from it. The people, by a National Convention pa
xxl.jn The thenproceeded party, a, much faith in its creed, as great alove nominate Ceo Taylor if they choose but
shan
the fees of collecting ( ) was jcxen. Legislature we
20. An
act to II
.:
regulate and Representatixe ot Florida, in Congress meetings of both ar.d thinks the Generals
parties line-
to the election of State printer fonts principle*, and as ardent a desire for I the j never write a in his support, notwithstanding
; I'lficers i-i certain case to copies of all llhe and reports for the Deanocrata with cur admiration of his skill
procure stirvejs I sauce 11 gotten up equally as u a General 1C we
.:: 27. An ictto a in the number of white canal and railroad which resulted in the election of Peter K. election cf proper otlicers a! any oilier State. Why j I i 1 cannot get the man in whom alone
. :: serl: I undo thereon, of : much care, if not more, (ban that for the Whigs. we believe Vita
.. of Wagtior, of the New Orleans Democrat bya then should we net have a voice in the selection of power is to extricate the Government from its
F clilrl1 bet xx een the ages ant eight1 routes in 1-101 ida, l by ihe United States' Goxcrnmrrt Now the Whig! Res"lnlions"uy.lhe Express, pies.'tnt -
of three. This candidates ? I embarrassments we shall not aid in
is for elevating
'. 1el yearM, anl 1 to obtain information respecting for the use of this State. majority: pretty good it seems, were read with great pride and pleasure who "
one max, perchance u
the of Louisiana. For ourselves, have fear that Wilmot Proviso : plunge deeper dc"lD.'Iuutfl
we no
\! the Common School lands. 12 Resolution! : relative 10 the removal Whig LegUJatnre_ -while! the Denocratic Resolutions give aKo!

:. of setlUrs Public man will be nominated. )In fact, every publicman : great pleasure and, satisfaction, with an additional Value. The
: 23. An act for the relief on the United Stnt I and Office from Ncxvaanxtlcto J'ritm the JJ'" non Union. assessed value of property
Who then wonder the
;:: : Lands, and to grant pre-emption rights) in : Ocala THE \\1IO.NAL M-IMOLKATIC! CONVEN of tha democratic party in the North, who is 'I"miht warm in appreciation which we are enveloped,can or marvel for at our in the State of New York for the year 1S47, says the

.: certain cs's. I I 13 A memorial arid resolution of the General TION. prominent for the Presidency, has openly declared anxiety to have at least "a peep o' day,' before we Journal of Coiiinerce, is as follows :

:9. An Act to ameni 1 an net to provide for Assembly of the Slate: of Florida to the We understand' the Democratic members of againjt the Proviso. The tide is turning in cur ( I enl'.t; under Gen. Taylor Real estate, 509,456,555

: the sale of lands granted to tie State, for the I President. Post Master General and the Congress Con le'ls felt bOrn delicacy in meddling, in vor, and we should do nothing to check its '\ a'I'I The General is then called on to remove Ihe fog Personal 121,162,201

-: '. j-urpose of internal improxemcnt. of the Unite 1 Slates, on the subject.of I thin slightest 1 degreexith the National Convention. current If we are to have a cand.date: with which envelopes the whig par'y, by showing his Tofa1. -

,"- : U. .\1 act lo define and sctlp! the boiin- a mail rode therein nrn1 jotied. But, when they found themselves without our participation not obnoxious to the hand-coming cut boldly, and letting the country Amount of State and County taxes $3,7-10,359.fi 9.0j

i ::- ilaty bclxxecn the States of Honda and Ala- 11 Resolution in relation to draining the appealed t to upon the time and [place! of its South, what pr..pnety u there in cur declining to know to which party he belongs, i.c. His return The indebtedness of the State, according to the

z.: Lama. Evcrgsdes.! meeting I by various meetings" of the people, I have a word in tic! matter ? Why should we not go (rom a foreign country, affords a good opportunity Comptroller's repur t,lmounts to SC4-l-t6.CO. Th

;.: :;: HI. An act to :!H'1 1 an act entitled an act 15. Preamble! and resolutions! relative to I and when they ftlllwllht' State Contention ot forward and help to select him who would he mot I Input on hIS uniform, or how hifjla." before he State debt has been decreased since 1S42 $4, (03,.

; .; 11 prnude for the election! of Electors (If Pre the expenses of 1 Florida xolrnteers: previous !i Georgia; inxokin: their! interposition, they I accepia5l.and most likely to succeed But SJ]'- demands the sufTrases of the people, !.c. The 442 53.

.; MtJent and \ ice President of the United I to being mustered into the United Slates ser- | could! not concilc! it to ll.emsclxes to a.slain! [p"!"! the Convention should! nominate a Proviso man, Kxpiesi calls the General's famous Brazos letters

: State*, :approved Jinuarv: f IS S? 17. xicc. |i altogether fri'in t'xprp"in; nome opinion UP'HI; (which by the way for aujht we know, might be "mud batteries" What is meant by this expression Whi I; National C'oiirentfon.

r; ,*., ::: An act relative. to the ('1 H'S and compensation 16. Resolutions relative to the xvi::!lows and the cjiicntioi: The, accordingly met and onfencd :jirevei.tttl !by the vote of Florida) *w? would be in \\e are not able to tell. Surely the Hiprtts The Richmond; Compiler of the 26th nlf. san,

.J 3i of the Adjutant and Inspector Genral ; orphans: of those who have died in tho de I :; together ; and the result: is now hail J(. ro'ure condition than if we hal staid away. 01 does! not intend to insinuate tha' (he General was that a meeting composed flf the Whig members of i

I !I ,' of this Stat c'. fence of their country in Mexico. t fore our n'aJI'hill a respectful, rect'in- ccursr, no Southern man would be bound by such a I try ing to drrtivc the persons to w)l.f.m he w wrote info Congress, a"d of whigs from various sections of t the

: 33. An act tn provide a salary: for the 17. Resolutions relative to the Indians in I mendation to I the Democrats of the Union tn nomination and therefore we would stand as if no the belief that he, Gen T_ TLOR, lJlliu.tl to be a I'mon was held in Washington city OB Saturday

I: ,: Quartermaster General, and for other pur I South Flondi, and proxiding for the safety meet, as (If old, according to I the usages of Convention had been held. I full grown mar,. without having mad.- up hu mind r.i:M. and thct vnnnimoiixly determined that a

I 1"M'! of the inhabitants uf that section. of this State f IIt | their party, at thy usual place anl t tine of It seem to u: proper that Florida should send [I on certain great political questionwhich have agitated Whin National Convention for the nomination rf

I : .. :: i. An Act to improve the navigation of Resolutions relative to the payment of mecliu;. In taking lint course, they do not Dilegjtn: fie! National Convention There is no j the Union for nearly half a ceatury ? Shame1! candidates for the Presidency and Vic Presidency

; ; ; lie Suxxanncc rixer. Capt. William II Payne's company.: I pretcnl to clu I;i'e to their f-lloxv-c! :itizens, but I more reason for her toke-; aloof.than there fcr Virginia -j If this was from a democratic press, the whole federal should be held at srrne future day.

...J ..' :35. An act to declirc Pr.innn'a: Creek, in I 19 l I'es/ihnons! ill relation lo Territory I most 1 respect fully' recommend I former course or Alalar.a, tj do so. Let thee things beconulercd.thal opposition would denounce it as an attack in the ($The Washington Union states that Cokrt"JrrrcRsoN

.. ;.t'i. ; Walton! cuufly. a naxiuab'e: Mream.3G. which may be acquired by tho United States of the DemrxrrHlic Nation: Confntio'i to the our State: Convention may meet prepared I General which had its origin in the jealousy ol the DAVIS has been elected by the Legislature .

..e, .1 .act to authorize! the Treasurer of 20. Resolution in relation to the WilmotProxiso adoption of their Republican brethren. The I to take such action as will meet the views of i! administration at Washington It's too bad that a of Mivissippi.[ : to fill the unexpired term ot

: Al;ichui county to pay over to the TreasurerS following i is the official account of the proceedings I he people. I Whig: may say what he pleases about the General's Air. SprinwT- rraa<>(t. fol D ha/1 hoen annnir.fby .

S c: Marion cnUII the! Amount of county tax inv 21. Resolution in relation to Major Wil- ot the meeting, of the Republicans As to I liie tiumbcr f.r. delegates to be sent by each mud hal lerit:,*' and so on, without censure, but if the Governor to fill the place, until the

?; liis Lands, assessed and collected upon lands: lain W Loruig and Lieutenant: M. C. Mann both Houses on Monday night : county, and the various other matters of detail in a Democrat presumes to utter hu name, except in the Legislature, and their action confirms meetingof him n

:Z .1 Iing in Marion cum.ty.. 22. Resolution expressive of thanks to DKMOCIMTIC \TIO\\L CONVENTION getting up the Convention leave these to be arranged the roost tender style, he is ridden over rough shod his made
The
election
U7.; An act to exempt the citizens of Levy Messrs Randall Hrocki nbrough, and Baker, .Urrlin of the Deinoaatir Kinaton and Member i by LI hl"r:4. There is some difilrenceol choice by 'hose who are so anxious to appropriate the General seat. was unanimously and
by acclimation-men of all parties voting for hima
At a meeting of the Democratic Senators -
county from serving as Jurxmen beyond the examiners of Thompson's Digest. as to the place, but none as to the time ol holding if ha has got any' politics at alt, to their own
and members! of the house of Representatives, high compliment, and one which Col. D. can duly
limns of id
J 't,;:; s s county. 23. Resolution relative to Jas. A. Bau her. it. The general preleience however, seems to be especial use and behoof. We have half a mind to

7 : :', 33. An act in relation, to roads: in Columbia 21. Resolution! in relation to renting basement held in the Senate Chamber: of the United for MiPisov COURT HOCSL, andunderstanding thisto protest against this exclusive privilege. Gen. T. iscomrn.n appreciate.
,
States the of the 'Jlih
: on exening January,
'! J ". county. '' rooms of Capitol. be the case, we take it for granted ; and so announce p"optrly-he i.J neither whig nor democratand Stock of Cotton Iii Liverpool.A .

'.: j. : :39. An act in rthtion to roads and highways 2:. Resolution in relation to the employment 1813, that I the Convention will be held at that we have as much right to talk about his position Circular from the BARon,, received per the
Gen. Sam Houston Senator from Texas.
: in the counties Washington ,
S l nton of Hugh Archer in the Comptroller's called to the chair and place on the THIRD MO>DIor MARCH next. as any one else. Cambria, states the smcunt of Cotton on baud in
and xxas ;
.t ;. :: n.mihcU. Ofi>(. Mr. Richard Brodhead of the House of I We hope the different counties will at once go to Liverpool, December 31, to be 303,530 bales, against13S.970
S 40 An act 10 the inhabitants of ,
i.: exempt 26. Resolutions relative to printing amendments work to select their delegates. There is no time to Suspension of Ceu. Scott. bales in 15-16, and 855,450 bales in 1845.-
,: '. Amelia I Island in the of Nassau from Representatives, from Pen usylvania,appointed
county the
: in Constitution. S spare. County meetings should be had in all the I The rumors which have gone cut for sone time The total import into Liverpool for the past year
: .:J xxorkm; on the Koails: on the mam land inkaid 27. Resolution nlatixc to printing House cretary. should attend. Re. that the Government about to recall Gen.
Mr. Sexeir, of Arhan,, from the joint counties, and all democrats l i back was was lCbSiO bales, being 46,004 bales less than ID
.
;::; eouty. and Stniie Hills for the establishment! of a member that our Conventions have heretofore blten.Il'ftoullcl'll SCOTT, appear to have been well 'founded. In the 1345, and 362,.,55 less than in lb-J5.
committee
: 11. An act 10 orginiz the co. of Holmes appointed at a previous meeting,
s\st. ('m <: Common Schools. .! on the ground that they did not fairly Senate, on the 23th ult., the following questions
; b '. 42. .An act to provide Air the election of reported the following resolution : fc- % of the Baltimore
a Resolution correspondent differ
r ::. in relation to printing the and asked Mr. CRITTENDCM
: arid luliy represent the wishes of Ihe people, were by :
..i. county tie in the county of \ d li" lon.'m' laws of the session. Resolved, That it be, respectfully recommpir -I of The order having been called sj's: The daughter of Col. BC. TOX, ($A AM)
i' .1.:{. A t fjr the present I >t\_ In_ finr .lifinnrrntir. ... ..... .frionili. lhrnii"liiinl..__.._ let us so manage as to avoid all possibility any special
; ": n act ( jrmide location of - -- --- '' ''00 -- n. Mr. C'aiTTENDL.v desired an opportunity, to ask sxaa ye.terday married to Mr. JACOB, of Loni*.fl>
such Let lbs Convention have delegates
. the coutitv ,i'e of Cilhoun countj.II -. / ]()r1/I' liunur.-There n n report cur I'the Union lo hold! the proposed National Con.Xfutiou I charge be the chairman military; affairs, whether General The sister i of Mr. JACOB was married to a son of
from nil the Stales who shall appointed
;' anl. d, line I for the nominating tfandul- parts ot Scott has been suspended or recalled ? and whether
I 1. An Ic to regnla'if! thi du- rent ut Washington, military men andgeiieraly purpose : Mr. CLAT. The* the children cf Mr- CLAY and
Conrrissioncru among ales for Piegident and Vice President of( the by full meetings. Exertions and diligence should be Gen. Worth had been relieved cr appended Irom arrest
'S of the County : in CJlioimuiity. : believed, that Generals; Je andTwiggs Col. BENTOX become sister and brother-in-law.
up United States ut the nual tune and place to v-f<\ to arcotnplith this The elect inn, we are preparing i"To
,
I .' i have euhnnged cllmmi lion,, and follows Mr. CLAY was at the wedJmg, a<* was also '1r. EC-
which Gen. CASS replied as
dt.fine the bound wit : on the 41 h Monday of Jay next, at Baltimoie. !. for are important ones The democracy must :
45. An set to western that tIe litter will "
t ) return to the United Statesas be arou ecl. The spirit which animates! and stirs Mr. CASS said he would not reply ill his character CH tAN,but no other member of the Cabinet.
I M" Jackson county and to repeal an act ihtiein ll'i-trternmter (.''enera'' The former of chairman of the committee on military atiairs,

.. .. .. nmnrd. rid Ilrigndier, is senior to every general ,ofTi-an Mr. Thompson, of )Jis8.. moved to strikeout them on all great occasions, and in alt scenes of but he was ready to give the Senator from Kentucky (t-: The Democracy of the onzresslonil District

\ 10. An art to aid ill support of Schools fur ccr in the! legular! army, exrept Scott, Taylor Baltimore ; which motion, after some dis- trnl mu-t bi tho'oughly wakened. It u time thework all the information he had on Ihe subject lie did represented by the Hon. David Wilinot. have heW a

kt cusCion'u not agreed to. we have to do was begun. Let us all go at it not suppose that the Government would fe .l any meeting its Bradford Penn. and *!
l.e education of! poor children: within the arid G lini-s, aId I will, eoubllet! >s. be assigned i County, express

St c cr I ourll <*f i'ranUitn.! lo comimirJ with his brexet rank, datirg. we Mr. Bradbury, of Maine, moved to strike! out I right heartily, and with might. Again, we ask that Gen.difficulty Scott in has giving been any suspended information and on I the the command subject.of their dissent and opposition to the principle cf the

1 '.. : 17. An act to abolish the Charter of the beliex-e, 'from 1S2I. This in case accident the 4th Monday of May, and ius.rlll16 4th of I I no County wi'l omit l In end dele ntes, and that the army has devolved on the next in rank. Urn.Butler. Wilmot Proviso. They declare that the letter of

, .t < ny of ApaUclnco'.a.: to Gen. Scot1, or his recall, would? place the July ; which motion, after some discussion, steps be taken straightway: for their appointment by Gen. Scott will attend the Inquiry Mr. Buchanan and the resolutions of Senator Dicktrson -

the I was also decided in the nf' alivp. all. which has been ordered. Gen. Worth has been relieved contain the which theirhe
-18. An act lo regidaie Pilotage of the command of the army in )Jt'xic'n; ; the handsof principles meet
from
I ,. :*ar of tl.c ncr M. John. (;,'u. J e"'Jp instead of ot:e of the temporary The resolution submitted by Mr.Sevier was Senator Colqultt Resigned. Mr. or GRiTrtNotv suspended expressed arrest himself satisfied at ty approbation.

.1. 49. An act Inure fully lo den'ne, the nte*. officers.-A". Y. (;/01'. then unanimously adopted. the readiness with which the information had been
I ..f sii.J duty of iMots fur the of Cedar On motion of Mr. Turner, of Illinois, it was I From the Fl'df'fd"nion of the 1st instant we given. Good!-The Erattleboro Eagle states thiS the

'i 1 .. ,- 1\.f"'S., port Milk in ,1lr ro.-Mustang," the corrrsponder.t Resolved, That the proceedings of this I tab the following particulars of the resignation of _ ladies of Vernon, Vt, availing themselves *f liii

: S'j.* An art :o authorize Ulakr Jernigan 10.tabliahi from Menco of ihe that New the Orleans Delta: wrtes meeting he signed by the officers ; and that Senator COLQUITT : Democratic Xatloual Convention. time-honored prerogative of leap year, made ar

Ij, ,. .:; .. : Kerry across Penvdcola [flay} from curious customs have Mexicans odd among other all the Democratic editors be respvctfully requested We learn that on Saturday the22d u11.,the resignation There has been a Iare meeting of the Democratic rangements for a dance on Tuesday evening Itst inviled .

li 1t", Deer Point over to the! city of l1e-nsac..la. milk. The, an manner of ad. to publish the 3m of lion Walter T. Colquitt,was received at members of Congress on the subject of a National the gentleman, gallanted them lack and forth,
: ling animals themselves are tlr\'. SAM I HOUSTON Ch'n.Rlcn'D the Executive Department. His l letter of rt"liirna- tile bill
and !
: authorize
: -paid
; 51. An act to James, Cockruft to I from door door Convention. They have determined the Conventionshall
en ti of the diHerent regular! tion was written on Ihe 12th January, while on hill
It' 5, establish a ferry across Shoal River. customers where they are milked lo order. BRODIIEAD, Sec'y. way to Florida, and mailed OB that day at Shell be held at Baltimore on the 4th Monday in (&: The Whig State Convention of Jndianna did

, .4- 52. An act to authorize certain to Creek P. 0. Muscogee By some accident, The Washington Union thus giVes the .
, persons Beside a drore of cows, with the calves aU'' Important Co-partflershif'8.-The New county. May. particulars not nominate Gen. TAYLOR for the Presidency.
pv., tablish a Terry IICWU the it did sot reach its destination until the 22dat noon. of the
.if'i Apalachicola m izzleo\ running and bleating after them, York Courier & Enquirer )-Merchants His Excellency, Got. Towns, left here on the morning meeting : A majority cf the Convention, however, preferred

r Vet at Cliatiahoochie.Til. there M also! a gang: of goatu and avseg driven generally suppose, that Ly simply publishing of the "me day for Virginia. Consequently no .* A report from the committee cf both houses appointed TAYLon.butjCi.AY, SCOTT and McLcAJt, bad hit
; : ; An act for the relief of Craven G. Fife. issued fill the at a former meeting was made, recommending -
I along, I lint pcojilo! may suit themselveg? accor. a notice of the dissolution! of co-partnership, commission has .been to vacancy. frieods.
hold the national
51 An act for the relief of John Stone. to the republican party to
; ding to their oirfrront tastes. add relieved from all responsibility in re- We have since learned that GOT. Town has
t Mustang : they are appointed convention for the nomination of President Vice Rhode bland. Ike State Convention, rtcently >
Whig
,\ 55. An act for the relief of R. E. (,ittle. -
-"It is impossible to devise the reason or gard to notice. But this we learn is an ere the lion. H. V. JOHKSOX, Democrat, successor Prciidtnt, at the usual time and place-viz: at Baltimore voted tHat Mr. Cast
t:. 56. An act f.'r the relief! of A. D. Clark, as- origin of this modo tending milk unless it ror. Judge Ulshoefier decided about a year te Mr. COLQUITT. on the 4th Monday in May. Motions were.uceelllie1y in session in this State
Cincinnati is their first choice for the Presidency.
: the
White. substitute
fI.omu M. made to as
ueo aroso from the natnnl villainy oTthe since that beside such general notice, it ii in-
people ,
; and the 4th of July as the time of meeting,
i An ( the relief of Daniel 3IcRae- place,
57. acf. or and their distru&t of each other -!1t being a cumbent upon a firm alter dissolution, _t'* give min.Tbe census returns for Wisconsin both of which were rejected. And then tb. original Rumtrtd C04&MM.-It bat been qoitt eettAdeSf

: u. and Alfred A. Fisher. preteBtive again l adulteration and oftheir diipowogol'a special notice of(Ibe fact to all their,dealer, exhibit a population of 202/7M being ao increase report of the joint committee was unanimously adopted ly rumored here, the last week or two.- <*** **.

.'8. ,An tct Cur tU felitfof Wm J. Armis- quantity ofmilk inferior (lo that re. by servingutrntbein a copy of(lie public AOt of aboot 40jDOO sine. tips dttt of the last .census, ; and th. meet ing adj'outned) tt aa early hour Webster would content.to run for tb. Vie. We PnuflfB ahosid*

4 1.v. ;presented." t tie*. Jone 1, iW. I in the best feeling and spirit. cy ontbenme tiei t witbGea.Taylei'



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to it til wrpris if thu rumor were to turn out of plate, (six cups and sasersforthe heroic achietement Important Dtcmen.-The Washington corresoo From the Jaektonn/lt News. Thomas Jeff. Heir Carriages-- Vc.
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*? M fiied (act"ii% process of Time. Strsn er b. $ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
I BUt *avi ; FINE CLOSE FAMILY! CARRIAGE;
wl11
and happen 1)rin) ONE
Him; will hive Ihe hipr.ened.Abolitionils tbd the nonr&taflt1. VOYAGE OF THE CAMCRIA.BT The Supreme Ccnrt to-dar pave its decision intheciltbrated From the fact that on the next election we "\\7"ILL pract ce in 'ihe Circuit Court in each *.. leer eat Rockaway do. s

1iit! Mirmnr t xi4 l deal, no doubt ; b-i there are.tbflpeilt A CCITLCMAX ON BOARD. case of Mrs. Games, *" long pending flail hare to choose our candidates for Presid V T County of the Midd.e Circuit, and in the bupreae Two no.to1, F.uzaies. I .

3 in the world brides them to be con- in the State and others Cour'e, and th. decision bf ntial electors, for Governor of the flute, for Court and United States District Couit atM A ?ineSesrtnseat .f ftadejtes; P5riIIe.i11tinZai
Hurricane rt Steam Power,-Jan, l tat, 1-lS. of Taiiahs.s.,. Harness of alt kind5 Cariiaz*
Webster mtv takr a'. the w Inch was against her in the Circuit Louisiana SoJulerv Hardware.
uluMI. Whatever Hep twillb Mr with a view to the at 4 o'clock, p. ra we lelt Liverpool, with < pasenjcers Jud) ;e Uavne read the decision of the Court The Representative in Congress, and for members tntiolh, January 29.l"t' 2'. TrsmminsTnp Leather. Palen* .Springs, Axesj

aod in perfect con ..slen For four hours the Cambria headed out opinion n vi-ry long and very carefully drawn. 11 uf the Slate Legislature Upon whom willdeolre and HuHb. Bgmads and every thing u-uVJv kept Pa *
cctn'rv.
of the
,ie e1Te alL h... pat coursm relation to public afgiILBostDfi ol Southern pa saze. Dunns; all this timeLow-, establishes the legitimacy ol Mrs GamM.or thelei- \' the duty of electing a Senator of the Lamps, &.c. Saddle Store All which w ill be w M very h-a o by $

C' witT3 ever, there was an appearance ir. the S utheri, sky. of the which she t TORTERS PATENT ORTABLE COMPOS! D. E. HULL.Januarv .
7flW'P Sat vidcy. ality nurture of is >ii' ofuprins. United States, it is apparent to every Demo .
which, to the experienced manner, denoted no real and eives her four-filths ol aa e-tale. the whole ol that Li TION AND LAMPS, a new a'ticle that giace a ?>, |IS-iS. 27 3: +
end eirrliou must be used
Supreme Court. lot the morning watch. which is estimated as worth many million dollars every .tvery brilliant lisht.withoot either smell or smoke The i

J % ITAKT 10. l ISIS. .' Clouds wcre'pass over the sky -some say seventeen or Iweecty millions of dollars nerve \\x strained, in order to efiect the inirnph *nt>4criber intend keeping a supply of the fluid always !- Valuable Land j and Negroes icr :

Xith a buck and iLreatening eve** of the principles w e avc>vr. It i a fact en hand Sal?.

Lake Moore and Thcrnaa Ilmis.p'amtiF. in error The Va4hincton the (followm brief record GEORGE H. MET.INMSS. CO
that with
publish shame that
papers ; we during the
Writ ol Eirht bells were struck, and our noMe Captain TIC? FIRST: :%MOXDAT( IX FEHRUAKVNF1. .
H Cole. Aflendant jn rror. this Jan'j-uv 20. l-H J- It
rt of .
? ArcbibaW quickly walked the quarter deck, in a stiU l and rep.. catha last two dears the interests of Democracy in I wit b- aId nt .ctictlto.! for ro' .. q
of Mr r fcr defen- Patterson v*. Ldronnd P (;aire aril! Mvra -
Hagn
error 'ftniwed on motion thoughtful rn' od. with his s.'es occasionally turntu this state have been enveloped in a temporary Fendefs. !h. f 1. I!....nrra.: Sates : :
hi' wil'-, en Raptal from tl.e Circuit Court ii I ti e
to the southern horironlhecoui '. aed 4:, trs rate uielil hand. -
in error clouJ. Mr. CtHTLL s.e. as-ar' a am' w
dint t'n'ted ta'as fur Louisiana Mr Justice Uavredeiiverel a prufesvd Whig, was DOZEN ShEET ICON FENDER a ranJ-
JM.: %RT II! IS1*. c were then kteorinz, would in a ONE prrirrtlv bralthv iaran. j!) yesre. and child 1 *rsi I .
the opinion ol this court. rever-mg the decree elected in oppoeiiion to that true Democrat article, Ion sale bvGEORCF
Areuedbv few hours, clear us trom the coa-t ot Walt, the ancient oIt-c.e.d tctJ hami.fl ll'u'rs l's eat4, plouyb'. t S
mJ Moody. rt. Arthur Burnev it' the saul circuit cmirt this and rerrandinc H MEGINNIS!
in catis.
WM. A. K\i
Hmkini and
the last
Cambria and we houH meet the storm without in Legislature the and cotton {Ticker J Hantrt. tl t er.hor..hai.d art! a

Mr. Fra'er f"r pl >ntiff n error. and bj Mr. Bur- anv prelecting barrier The powerful engines, the same to the aid court with dir clions \\ higs ruled the State by a triumphant ma- January 29, ISIS. 2M 4t_ co'ton-rirkcr : Jtil'i.: > vear.c'>lton \ irker : Jofcn. .
hat decree shall be made the said couit this
in in
rut for defendant in error, and submitted as the made their revolution. stemid lo *aj we cue declarme a thaI a iawlul marriace was contracted jority. But we can trace this came of these Tax Assessor's and Collector's sears .Arms'Md. S e vears. and Maria 23 yeir'. 4

JAII-AUT 12, 131*. are ready todoourdutv, and tie Cambria lo lilt former disasters Nonce. tiest rate Gei.l! I hand ami perfectly htalh v and Julia *
in Thtlar'elphia I'enntvlvania, between Daniel not only to the increased
her head with animation and snuff the g.le as it exertion Su.ai J. sri-I infant I ear. al* in ire fjn tl* ; 4
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Jwepb B. Watts, adnr. of T. T Clan!;. r*. JasJf Clarke and Zuhne Garnere. and that Mrs Clarke, of the Whig*, and to their artful 'ind r ined. Tax Aisessor and Collector for
came fe.me| from the he..diands ol th'oe shores lolicy THE Eliza Anne, s ears, rptlnn piCket Jm Harris. -. 1
now Mvra Games, isthe lawful and onlv child of that County, hereby notice that he Mill
Clardy Argued in |>art by Thomas Randall, F q trom which !'ie dented her name, and (o announce j concealing their political opinions, but also give v *ai*. 3 0tantati..r, carjirntfr. f*.ilip-*'. "*", vears. litrt S
marnare, that tte> Mvra is the ti reed heir, o her fa- I II attend
for plaintiff in error, and S W CarmacV, Esq. for to her old Incndj VMth jny her new route to >tw her, and is entitled fiMr-fi'ln f f his estate after the to the peculiar action of certain mdii ,duals At the Court H- ue. in Tallahas, on Friday and rat tii-ld han.t. I-ve: ;, Aure ".. at..! J-sepbin I .

de'endant in error.' 'hurL. excessive donation in the wiU 1 ol \\\l\ I is Induced l to I|I throughout the Stale who cl nine d and pro Saturday, I HIs and Utli FeNrmrv next, isar. all ir> niie tennIs ella.. aL* \r t fir-t rse 4
One bell wa struck half pa-t S P M. and CaptHarrison's field hand.Rebecca x. T< '> I. and infant I sear. sil
JANLABI 13, 1 ..45V.n the disposable quantum is t.ki! the fath.r cou.d leeal feed ti, members of the Democratic) Al the School l-leu.e, at fort Braden, on Monddv,
TOKC was hcaid : Port your helm, turd- part) in osi Unnlv Primus. 3i sears.ant law i*, 39z-ar-, :
ive to others that tl.e d. riSrd in Nib February,
*, admr i.c n Clx dv Ar itneit c nimgedbyS a | ort y properly s > it wxsd closed b) the last two rlevtiiitis that tint rate field hand : Mary Anne. 21 vears. a vs t :
the answer of Charles Patmvrson wa A part if thee At KoachV Cross Roads, on Wcdnrst'iv. I It'th FeVv,
XV Carmack and DaviJ S. WjlVei for defendant In a few moments we were runnmj fo* the north' -tae? of Daniel Clark at the lm.- of his dMh I then were merely tiornitial! members whose Al Keards Store, Miccoookie, on Ihurdjy. I7tb hu'nae-spmvant. sersmns. re's and hell hand. ITirida ..
with all sail ,rl, and the arnhria Mew and! HerruUa! I vearall f milv J. .
ern in tine *, esr.
in error psszP. that it vva-i ille ailv sclJ l 1w those who had no nftor aim wasnflice, an-1! whose amflition! vi f k'n |February.
awav trom the Vutbfiu -:< rm line a roy Ctrl, pursued Cotton picker Mary f>ak.rS"* years, a *iisf rete .
i.r..t7Aav24. I<4*. authority to make a silt of it : that t1! e u I< + 'ivenbv tie! Fpoi! jt we reoirrd that At Daniel HouCk'j.Centrcville.on Fridayl I FVb-
; tirperceue
Ili turn became
l liver.
bfir ern a tmw in our ro k. irotierearistre.! and house servant*but I iarr*;

Watts, adrnr i.c. ci. Clardv Argument concluded prutecfur and th? F-n-rad! I Isle. -vere so r uch mis- them tothepurrhaser to IUed f;ulant.lnailriPatterson the Democratic) ph.ilxs oftlie! peoir( | >r-t stood At ruarv.ReuSn in on knee Car ,line 0. infant 1 vrar. all one fain>- v 3lv
inrludinz the" given bv the biiyi.r Iroin Manning, Mannington, on Saturday,
dwell. "r .mcd lo tower above the waters, to fit and and Martin >> and fini Tate I
b Mr Hainer for nliintifl jn err rDand I erv the firit purchaser lo Charles Palters are vnd.and m tinyieidig.-rCade witling for I"th Febniarv, vears. astronr. active,

Brown, ri Joseph F. C. Harler Argued hleld us trom the wiudsXe that the said property islu'de, a-i a part uf the is- j''another contest.-and .corning the trfithery: \t Hvrd'* hop, Lake lamonia, on Monday, 21t field hand, bit subject wcasn n- !( to Fpilrif'1 4 .
d tie hay where the steamer Great Britain fit' bat Matilda 4
fjs t Lucy, 2i crams. a ( l rate field hand.
tate cf Daniel Clarke to tie hptm cl the l Iircethir whith hal I neitf February, :
p their bene- 1
and Messrs.jgi2 er iiijurtd
by Mr. Hazier tOT plaintiff in error, went on shore, and many n .r.s were made by andthat the defendant. Cl.ane Patterl n.snail part or At School Hone, near George 'h'nnns, Lake Jack- '), I>tv 1. and infant, to beld in one lar.ils.! '

\ 4. Walker for def adanr in error, and submit the pas encers, contrasting t ur FJuatitn with that surrender the same as hall he directed bv the mandate fitted the traitor*. onon Tue4lav, the i'A Irebrviary Also. THE PL.VTATIONknown as Case & .

teL of Iliose. w.io bad Jell Livrrj.ool as we had dotie, ot the Court amonzit other things lo be done in At the threshold another year we are ;At Ren Hale'*, at Fort Suiwb, rry on Yt'idaesday. coca, in JeTer( *..r ci untv, r loriJ*. ronfaini"'? i'jO .
animated bv such pleain hot e-s and ;prospects. ** a re* of land. iii which there are about 900 ... '
JAXPART 15. I 43 L.... .k.i. ,.. 1,...... .. ..I I, _,, tl,n t.t, nimt the prtmises therefore eager for a content which t ii fir.i.a! [ 21 I ebruarv. cea >

Robert W. William ci. Win D. Mr'. le* adnt.ot when we aaii, met. ;the aTe en.niv, re Ilin; Iroin lily more momentous than any whirh ha* jet i iasitated For the purpose of receiving returns of t.xable pro the si"wards past year of "tli in>cotton of which and have corn been in cultivation ;r
Call fit the atd also
Thinztly ir Lif'itatnrf \n affair perty in said Cou-ity toe year 1"-- | lo
( Vat. A.C. Partly argued bv Mraker! f.r appel'ant j the west, which we had *o MiT<'jnuliv! and pea! antly recurred ma town in Vermont a few days:", which, the .Slate. .tinct, at this ciii iii it be.KiiHiieh take the census (dneclfd by a late law) of all chi>- Tin PUrififion i* situated in the mrt desirable p. t 3' __

tnd L A Thompson Ev}. for anpellee. j jJv run aisa' trcn in the .tier rliamirl OirCapt. in spiteof the senomn of tie iJ.atect| with which eerin;m of the pi.npk to remember d'e'i between I he a.r9ot *ix and eighteen. It i* expected part of the State bemr within two nile. and a half! *. ti

>CAnT i' 1515. could no longer jieriii* the Canbria to"dance to the it was connoted, inu-t have been eaco'iIiniar Ind.r- his \itHlpT-f; >nal iiiteie t m ihn e1ction. t hat t tbr that each |> -rioi> wi'l' come prepare-1. of M -ntMt-llo. Ittswetwateredlhrimgjiout.aJ.sn.

tune ot its Lad *>if t Ecliiied M.-. nor further aid which illustrate the if caiiin } iasr-Tn render full and list dins in *t>rm.jsof llir finest water, wnd i* rennrkaM. '
rou' necessity| I the Ipiiori of a complete in
< the IVt'eral
c Mi > State )
William*, is. Me eley, admr. i.c. for u. i* t tA'C avoiJ lher(,:.li ion andlheeicmtnt ol rature which, | or ev nintlii-Iua *'iv n*-i2h> .>rhfl"dfor 1
thins bv their right nain s. A ticaci.ii ol the rl.urr1* writing, of ah taxaale proixrtv owned bv then en < itsii'amnt.rrnpte'itieath. *
Mi Trnte'n for tu'n ere'i.n t'i the ninetentn century, I had ruled (;n\criinieiiiK Inn own rich's.! aid On there '
nt continued bv appelleeBrovard lriije.rty if i-savers gotxJDwf-l HMI 1.
n>
a-u-ual, went to the store t with \1114 ;IJ fir s >n>r Inc | the 1st January last the hat ol lamed to contain the e.

and Lubank ff Maria I>?:et!. ecr.tc und.eyute-d infers oftt'e rrih Atlantic paiticularh for the communion, and, inatcal 1 it calling f rvir honor will be ifriTiariiteyfl'rtt'd; ? ; 'iVe [ m.mLrrs of tt\\ section, quarter trtti-m, teorus.'aip with piazza all aronn 1, ciitairiijiglif fine rornrs. -

Argued by Mr Truer for rlmtiff* in error. in tie drear ci'.nh ot Ja'iMarv.; had to bsrapplel I a* lie khiuid, he aid he would take" a I L.ttle tore | mniit consult the Will! ot the people ira ever) and range, v huh li-t in'i-t be nibscribf-d with the h-ides sercarat. anartmn.-ats, htcie Store R'"t. t ,'
with aid tv rri n-, bt it noblr irmntion .
I of that oil" The slt/rek"p r- erv un continued for turtl.tr hcinrUMlnmt -. ot cimkined i wt.ich ws first rui eited atd .
aid t )4't15. >
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| l\ -tilled the with: .il aid tIstake lore .Vp. all in ioml ord. r an-1 repair. Tlir N'eir"Q'.-r.F s 4tsr'
me
: |uj tio ,
J.IrARY 1. ISIS. put IB turestHl ipt-tatm..n! tn the "on of %<>ith AI I of art ion. Eerthi: :ig ni'i-t be ad 'pt. j Overseer's I bow,Gin I iei'ise Pianist ion -
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I and the deacon went Lcne Tin ac. iJmt was t>ot SECOMD-To cure Ibe names of all children of the i 4
; ci. Modeler admf &.' for use, kcArnment taeri *a. l-itr'i and hi* I'l-.|ti' I Fiilumi.i There appeared discovered and thf oil went upon the mnunioii j ed which can contnb'i'e Hiitct'M. That j family or uitd-r the control or guaidianshipof the *nce.'. &.r are also in good order and ripah'e t ( ar- ct ,

contiio-d h* Mr Archer for appellee. nodi po iii -nnn lh ptt st ur Captain, the taMe, and was ( artAen oat tle |-hurh-no <>nwisiiiiie.at <> the peop'e! !hisll! not on'xoSe' t for, but select person rendemz, between the air ol 'ix and eish- cnmrrmdstinen'ae hundred ner.ys. Thr'e is abs.' a .d
(Cambria mr sos < >e rn brt. to anlonper atmd
that particular time, to make tve re-u to' t ibeir tandi'latej we deem a radiril principle teen years, speritiin those winch fin f.eL/e reed anJ i small but unfailing wafer power on which there i* a '
the for the siireflac%, the wi'Vrtie!
fur strtifrzle on
appelhnt ; s -
sa1 Mr. BrocLenbri i.jh Grist Mill now in operation .
his knon--Xisloa write those crhichie'ue reel and not trri/r, ad
JANrAKT 29. IS1' of watrt," bat alt s-rmcd riipatiei for the enccuuter discovery i Ttltrajih of Drniocract. V"e 1 oud! tlim'rettt! as soon I !_ .., ,k. i.. _.r ,.i._ t>i._...:...... _:*,, t- 5. !
1 those which can nutnrr read nor tctt'et avj 'lalI "- .1WW1MII1-II. *T 14 l T--- *>

-- tf.1 kt f.pArgument000cltiiv.i i .f Flack Girl Caught by an .llli-iiar -W* as practicable hold a >'ate CiinTentnii. I inz also the township vvitaia vlhich such children the .,tock of Mules. Cattle Hos, farmin* utensvT*. q rf

t Mr. Crockenbi ough f j r ', The XVesfern point of Ireland vas nn the larboard learn from Capf Henl<.n. of the schr JB. L'ndii: I We are happv to p.-nf ivt- that {his iibji'ct reside and other r>er.onl l prorrrfv. S d .
>j apjx''aat hand shaft the wheel the
: cninrs were walking j from Jamaica, that shot kins k I that all wilt he I Ii Term* far the l inJ-One trmd cash,the balance .
i oT ten revolution and *. like the Imunda s'andini a rrcurr* nee tot pi ice has already been consic! TjbU agitated: and It n earnestly hoped pero"s pronnf, : .
; i there about the irh f Decrm'jer 1 l.t.\ \ cit.1 red 33 the tine t lorconplrtin this work i* limited lo oavabie in two .-q.aal instilment., at rue and twivear

Charles Le Karon and W T Colquitt, rs TtocFtaa'Uroy i in ihe lea-h. Mraiti!' ;; on ih earl, een.d
et a!. Arjucil by M*. Wnbt for apft to be loosed (lor greater speed I, w hen the t rst k icwn a< I'lack River, w hen a white towel or I land. '. patty, it has hern reovrd! to hold a conven- will be double taxed, ae >rJm; to law Tr Fax and tnorfjaze.. on the land I 'fJWFST

: startling and powerful pads was trade bv our opponent I j kerchief wh.ch she hid in I I.r bard, trfbab'v'! at- lion immediately. The Flori'han proposes Collector and A ,e>sor may be found at tie Court ARCHFR. Jt *

Hants. in the tn, et ,i.i-.Lrte.'c5 and a' rjpf mar-inr, tat.l l I he notice of an .ilizt! .,?. f"r an"thrr Mirki i tho LowerSpnng of (he Sj.vamee. and the Houte, in inTaIUha-) at all times when not in a- Arnf.. and Altoriev in fact for T. fctstf_* and XX'ifc *'
JAM. 1St'. directly a: the head j.n.i lull the face if the tarnbria .
var1, in Jan s, i-j. 55 /
cirl wIn| was bit a .hort di t ce troui the
i f viciirr tendance at above precincts
j j Si. \nguriine Herald M.idi-ou C. IL asli+
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t
Le Cina d C< 1,uilt. r. Fauntlero. rt a!. Atpjmert 'I h anl h rexc aim '. Oh f mv God-.-de .llicior z"t i irr t J. TT SIiFRWOOD. <'
Our bnnov boi r-a- 5in'iv.er; rot C2tizht nai>- ** place ot meeting,-hut we should prefer the Land Negroes and Furniture for 'sSALC.
continued !'y Mr Wrizlit fur appelijut*, and .e Afir this eirli-nation w j< heard the ciri was : Tax As p.sor ard Collector, Leon Ccu'ily. j
Diuz, bv ful'! ; net her siard. ansi the beautiful nan-
tnis-inZ. and there M no d iit that s.e* wa drawn i I f<;rrner, as the bad facilities for travelling IDj Tallahassee, Januarv 2P. 1dM. 'tS i IOV
tr. Ar dr.on for anelleeIIpia4ani ; ncr in which alt' parried the bl-wv and ,daunuilv
into t'ie' water'bv the .\l.i:at r, who p-Thip*. r..is- j :"ast: and South Fli.! won'd make mire cen THE! FflcT! MtN1).tY TV FEBRFXRY J
tossed if feet Irons her id. irtw turlh Ii. ,
MnvJv. rj Arthur Burner. OptnirnJeLvereJ pij" e Orange Hill School. ,
warmest nppiius. t-.k the tibjtct in her hand I tr a white ipose or I II tral. All agree that the :3J Monday m March N'JT. I wilf. aiarenf for Mr*. E XV XVir'. ] *
bv Dwzlas, Chief Ju-tice.reversinj jud- I iiuc which il i* well kn"wn then 'lien( -i/.. lIE undersigned fakes pleasure in infomms the sil ai public ali-tio'a for cash t
at Monlirt-'Io. J- K
T
Athe tn.it.r\ chieftain.n'.< hi-Crt battrli n< next shall be the tim >. A writer m the Tlondian that havee-Ub'ihed' BOARDING S
reat ff Conrt below, and rtmandiag cause for fartler are defeatt l. order. co and ronrenfral his r-i.'ree'l l lI "arans&s ..WpuIican.J'ofl public they a i ferson Coj-if, 11(,ndj, TXVE.NTY ( !t'> .N EG ROES; J r
proposes that each coin'y be enMtled to SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy location of
proceedings. 'Tfes, to arain renew 'h* d"j'llrwndjcl, no the O- among them a first rate Carpenter. herlrisht. ami 1 '
4ViS
$ the Sfniintl. j I Orange Hill Washington C nntv. HoriJa, with thej
delegate for each Democratic *
-t"zth a fitly votes, rew-maker, a Cook and N>ams'ress. and other
cean called! :ortli her ciant *t fr .n the hidd'Hii I ,
j.ctnY 2 isiS. i Classical AcileTV.
of establish
: i deer. and on i'r< llu c rase, with the ** ten>iticI Change In the Western Hall. j cisl c.t the last election! for (loxernor and I Thev view the a permanent ot Mr ROBERT Ii.VINIIURN. I plantation bands and the tract r.f. land known as .* > \
services
Cai Bank Chari.Mcirriui. hav-endued
n for u-t cc. rei1 |
I march ot xvu-ran 1 I. ii in* We call attention to the IMlrmin corro 1 members Consrens. 'ie think this matter I % a graduate of the fniver-Uv if NVrth the Fountain tra'i. containing t2I', acre*. edj.'inn. ., t ;
McBnde Opinion delivered by Lancaster, Justice.ii Illow f.illowe l ti'u w, %%ht h.tvi'h the mann of I the!land* and residence Cajjf Railt-v. JrHn Math- I: J
I should be seilie-t b the situited theHolmes'
Convention and that Hill .
Orarce
Carolina Ieasa-atIy
poiii('nrp on thi' inti'n*-tin2 t-ti.et. Tin* } i* r' on
< i iin; writ (1 error for want of baud tor costs I the Mind the d ttitir t of the eas, and the rmnanmr nile cf Manaina. ers. KST, and iii>on which lhe-e is about' UJ acre "s.cle >

strajsie* '.f our U''orn, j c ;itw*. hrn\rd ,plainly | clnnjp rniiMimced in tin'rh ilu'e' put>h-}hcd ear h county bhou'd send as minj delegates as Valley road.twcitv treat ( red, ai.d nc' -.ed bv a CIMH! te.c.Al.eo .-. ? ** I*
Le Karon an J Coljuitt. ri. intleroy.. et at. Atpoeat idi-tant thirty or forfv miles Iron the Gulf of M x1ico m.
that a war for the < ii-rrriev of the Western Oeanwa l hcov! v ill, it i js pn>'imd. nir.d it.nt'erto it plascs.U the free water, a ,uanti!v i-f IIm.rSol.l Furniture vu It "
continued Mr and Mr. and abounds in pitrest stone af1f
Andersoa
Crockcabough -
bv coinj; nn.and althon tieCaii'jria received the -otn ojlent. -o t"r ne the rointnu.iicatioii !hi- -etnijt, therefore, that every county in the f< rdmz a most del':Sfful and health* retreat, in suai- Pedite'wis. Bureaus, Sofa, XVarJrr, A\.b. *c. arid i j* .

for appellees firt blow in Angio-iasoa style, in every encounter t'vei-ti the} \V-t 1 an'! the North i* runcfnied) State will immedftte! select lU delegates fir 1 mr. for the planters in the adjacent countiej good Piano. .\ .t* -
U II.!
GAMBLE. ?
JMAnr Si, 1 -1Le -. she gave lat and a little. aNo. between the Middle and the a Democratic rftate contention, to be held at j They deem themselves fortunate the 'ec'ion! January 22. 1,3S. 2 jt *-

Baron and Colqurtt, r*. Fauntlerov.rf al. Ar- Still with indignation burniis.He of their situation, ine the believe if I-* bon? of j -
_
\\ t. lithe communication Intend C'hatta-1 the Lower Sunannee Springs, on the 3J
ptnent continued by Mr. Brockenbreujh for appt-! called !his *uuantins, trim afar, of the most healthy location in the State and one at i Sale of Real Estate. 2 *"
hixxlee ln March
St.11 repelled and i.tii repeilin iiiiiiiti-rnipl'-d, a letter miiid in iTallahaacc Monday next. which there are a* few llarerar.N to vire a consideration j

. Ie.. and concluded by Mr Colquitt fur appellants Waging a couJ.uuoJj war" (f>r N"e\\-rlc2ns un Sundays and which should tw of parjn' unf importance j IN" -'irsuaiiceand bv virtue of an order and decree : H \ '

JArARr -- 7 h'trsJauill! !hi. delated only 30 hourin A Card. to everv parent anJ irizrdian .\* thev purece( ed- the Hon JuJ.'e ot Proaaleln aind Ion the Cu'ta. )!,- : t'
.
j To an expen ncec eve, hnwe er, it was soon evident children this Cl JetI-rs.in. I t\ eel! Tri ki ti* mtrk'i! ** ..... .* .... _. t Ation
Dand C. WJ on, admr. of J Lunn. tt Richard ucatmz their o;vn at place, they rot .
Savward.l and that tie Cribria vas mere than a match lorI Quinc\ and even at Ciiattahooch A Minilar "PHE education of south n a service cf incakula I only intend at all tine to keep a g"d and competent loca.h.. bef..re tr.e Court Ho-j door, in Mantictl'.o ;;- / r
submitted Mr.
Argued
Hogue for I her competitor, and althoush the striirle cost her letter mailed on Tvr*
rpellant, and Mr. Thompson for appellee. the lo' s ol several revolu'iou", htill ate rob'v htld hour at Qm'i" and Men at C'hatt. Countins'' possibly b* an equivalent. The ffarhtr, like the the most reasonable term the -h d'- there f. a'l the rzl.t. t'lie' and inter*-t ." 3 *

JAM .IRI y, 1545. j her wav, with untiring WJTIC* towards the lard ol all the ri-k> hcjond ClutUhoocLi-c arc ptiv&irtan. frees on certain resoluble Tat**, rnere.y TERMS PF3 Si:
Daniel McRaeny, Tru.tee, i.c t*. Wn Juhnson the se'tmnUn, where arm leatM and happy di think f tr ronveruence aiil. like hun, receives the *pecitir I The Eler-enfarv Department, $10 00 of. to. antI I ti> fn town ,(.is of land Ivu.r ard bemn 4 <
the li sif
home, I knew, were aaxtout! waitir.; ler arrival -po-ed to rout > \\A\ Maron, J atrrunt as a honorarium, not a* an c-j'Jivalei.t Arithmetic, Grammar, Geopaphy and Ilta- nJH! town ol VortictUo.LnowD plan tbcie- Ii i J
and Wormlv R Moere. Writ cf di.tried
error on (which of late hal l 'en eneralh adopted In \\ h -evr knows nut this is truly ignorant tory. 13 tw ot a* r> /s. 4. and .' 1 1. Sf '
'
uiGn *1 Mr Halter frr d
Jlmes Cilcliri, Judge, &.c. tor u.e, &.c. r*. I Cambria bed ,vt-rrom- iii.strer.1h ol tLeule.snl A\ CITY Jan. 1k' 1H.To 'aoiersicned! ; Jt after a ,mil notice, toward the end Mat hem it icsthe Latin,GrecIC.and French reas-dot, in. amid to the follov\insil!! hnds lyir'c arid ** ,

Oacat Islbaw and Wi.e Allied and submitud I that our pa >ace, .would. nitapam be arrested Dary of t Ihe term, will invariably, witt.oit hesitation, I nrnsM, ? W bsin; in the said rounlv. known jr. t d risalrd ira *

T? ? I .t I rise Editors of ifte TallaJiawc j-aycrs : clost coirif-xion at once, with any ore who may ICQl Hoard can be had at six to eiat dnlla-s! per month Ihe Land OJJce of the United Stati a at Tallahassee. i *
Mr. Thompson fjr f.lamtitr in error, and Mr. Lr- V e Jne>da} norninj, Jan. .' lat. ">, Ion Sl.chan- .
I ( INTNe caI! < d on the I'.Mma-ter l>(jyf on him in this matter Tb secnn 1 siion of this school con tnened on -9 \ <
curt for ed our abticipatmn nd with all *
defendant in error 'I presented us the HENRY ALLNTalahas the 10th of Januarr. TheF.lofSEofSctinT.NntRnC. ?

3AT.RT 27. 153!. tutv of stcond rate hurricane. rienTal, sortie dninre.. and after an esatninatiuti ee. February ', 1t'J tfiT'i p w iio-jvn.! The s of S \V J of Sec 20. ii, T .>, "f R I;. N & E ; !
This dy the Cmtiria wa tasked to the uttermost of the -cural dilFerent s.ehiidul-s 'I he F X
Vtn. Bailey. rs. JJIBP M Clardr, tt at Partly ) projp I) P FVKRITT.I.RITTOV j W,3rtliheNE4oIScni.inT2 I : \ \ \ \
of her capacity to keep her head pointed to the we f, -d l liv diilorcnt citizrn-of tiiikTcht' PiaCe.thit -. i For Tampa Bay. : H.BKLET. of H t>. N and E.. cnntainmz in ail 41st arrrf'rWa 2 5 *
atued by Mr Randall for appellanf. and Mr Long and oten it srencd certain that sLe l riu-t be ovcr- Ie. *"
I l t A-i-tant I' -tnn-ter (lenenil I inad'ii new steamer GLAMiOtV, JAMF Ttcztn, dl (). F B\LTZLLL. or s. subject, however, to rorTja to the Union (ur j come : still she never Izliered ai d at no t.re made Rank 11 H I
appellee lentils .
; will sail iron Columbus Flrrida. iris January, liSTEAMER-. to secure the -lock, ot twenty shares J
J. i| teac than ..ix and A halt! rrnlutwns. i; tl.e: arrariittiiit -tati-d helov.Ve w ill thuiik! j ( fhrre.r.. rnrrKijA.d. t..,. .,**.. .e. ...a..i.,...,.. A, '.A9 i
*>rARr 2', ISIS.Win. 'I Ce-tar Kes,) for Tampa Rayon UcdnesUythe 10th -- .. ta. --
Often the sea appeared apprrarl inj; too powetful you to puMi-h it, with this n.Ve, fir "ncril GLASGOW SLOION
Bailey, r*. James M ClarJv. tt al. Areurwut ('.;jv if feSruary in-tuit P rlie- nt plea-Lie and I i: ATHFRS. It
fir our cai.ant boat t. ireet, but at.e walked the itiloniiatioii. % e till thank the (jmnc\- Timepalachteola -, I i' vvh avail I t'lcm-.-. of (his Ex-cuter cf IV. H Iat1ers. dteased. '
ninet i.piKrtuiity
i nuv 13
**
contirweJ b* Mr Carrnck lor apptllee and waters like a thins of !if.-, ard apfsarrnly( mra-ur- Jara'rtrv 5. isI'. "
.\ (iazette, Newp ,il ( .azeut-. Mi.nanna to ei.J y A pleasant exmrjwi, 'ip :n the ->i wai: eeRiv 5 |S .t t
cdacluJed bv Mr. Manner fcr appel'ant. f fDarias ed its mapuitud with the incet aecurary, calculating -. j
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Mug, and Pen-arola! to '-r to the KI-VS, aid fr 'rn fence to fimjM.; sill tci..
the capacifv and s'renpth nt! docks ; then with paper-, in'ertthtni Sale of
Williams and John A. Craiy. rt John C. i iIi iMcGetiee. iiiu! ill re'piii'e accomii'v'atioi TovhJi- l I tir tl: >irn Negroes. ,
a craceful bow and cvurt'- i she would div.ile itsppwtr itio. If tho-e rno-t inteictedould |
admr of fiirt and aU, in \\l uifiri' JAMES TUCKER, MA TER.I obedience t. I). -eit the
JtAn Millar Arpiea in part by taking its t framir.!; crt.-t over her bor and consult and letter c a 'onseyanre respects IV a c Circuit Court rf -
I Joseph McCant4 like trigether ajrree on a arrangeinent !.. 1'r the tran* 'ortai n ut freijlit ad pisn ers rnHlCtmdersicned avails himself of this node of C-u.atvnade thtfentmd at it* }'a'rTetn'. 4 1 4.
p lii. forvUin'.ifs in error, and by [ a z ant bird secure rl its victory, with her iron I a
dowi vhtch trill stilt (all the I'o-'ma-ter 1 The <;ila'4o rTil! remain at T rnpa Mr. Ha ner fur defendant in error win? beat and rising Iiiai! rn the '-ea, nijestically informing public new
walk ocr the uoJjed and bellowing water ( etK-ral will confirm; to it, if it doe, not imterialU wh-'i -.tpwilt reti"n to lie K-v. rtd trom thence '! GLGOW u now per'ormms her re ula' trips on Cba.resa.j Green H ChairetarettmplatranS.and ,.

Jar.i- 9. 1545.IVilhians ititerfi re with the main \otthern} mail f" ('nlnmbus! perfr irin the trip, it i* lieved, in the Suwinnee River beftreen ColtiiiuiSs and Cedar .Aeelina G. Cbairc. Adaniatcr if Tin Irfrr 5 F .

& Cral u. rt MJeliee, dmr of Miller Every point cf coTpa from the S"W to N"Win --chedule The achioiIii.! mu-t !te | one wtfk l i-.ys. Tim beat is s'ronsr'v' bui'f'! ot the best materials C'laire: d.casi d. are iXlrrdarls. .e. the urtJerurei' j

Argnaent continued by Mr Kizner for defendant in the western ble rl a* t. ir.mi'smonrrs uudrr laid Decree, will ,
made to conform to them. The rhedule; A. Co M-di-on. M-srs !1). I'. s.mth ic Co, sell 11 tf.e! citk of Ttlah.isse,.rn lue-djv the 15fh '
bria and all b.rthrn -K) bzlt-s of
err r. and concluded by Mr McCanN for enu.Hy failed in arresting her onwaid carrvin? one hundred ton or e. a
jlaiitifisis \ march. are not pre< i- -h tho-c we ncomruMidcd( Culumbjs, or lo the undtrsisnejJAMFSTIVKFR.- cotton, with suitable acconno'i ion* fee f<;rfv pas. of Ftbnurv ie\t, at public aur'iun. tn the hihetbiiJdf s'

er"r. 4

Willuas and John A Craig FJiz beth he cl the Ci.ltmnbu'. Florida, F -brua-v i, PI5.2.i -'t li'f her mali> II en ot u ciav be necessary to raise the seve.
rt cojntiy a* t mountain Miller Submitted on arguments made incase of reach tt the huntsman's arrow with an "ce that of '! deire .thers jk'uipie i reeularlv at all seasons of tile year between ( .'lumbis s'imsut l ramev Spcted! l in said decree Sa.eto .. s

WiUitai and Crai;, ft McCrS, aiar. Lc McCiali never winked, ard a WIPJ that never tired,** bearing one PaCe another} place Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. and Cedar } eys. lea,in; Columbus ecern Tl'CS- bec.ntnieif.f !eec-ssarv.fr'jy" to da*: I ,

with *c eaele.lizht and security, to \tie mate and \\nuMtn'mh, object to. ,4 rS \C'CS s-a line I etil Gu.t Cotton Seed, 1 I iAY morning at 7 o'clock, A. M and Cedar Kevs GREEN CI1AIRLS. > Ccmmniiouers. .

ht plaintiff in errcr, Ha'aer lur defendant ine'rcr nesllmjr in his evre, the labors ot the dar Thus Ke-pcctfulh, >our ol dier.t serva rats. '-r'vy For sale on ci/rmz icient-anplv to | every FRIDAY mornins. Should sufficient p trfn- JAS L TOMPKI.NSJ .

secureR! did the Cambria, without rr't tor a rnome"t JAMES 1). \\ CiTCOTr.JrL 'J. R rORTtF.. ace he extended, or the interests of shippers re-jutre January b, |>|x. 23 Id* -F : j-

Walker Andeon, nnitor, i.c tt N It. Mitch- till the anchor wa* let co, bear u< thouzh Al C. C\UCLL Feb 5. IMS 03 At the Tin Manufactory. her to perform two trips per week the proprietor Cotton Corn Fodder; &.c. for aIc ., I
tredang-Ts-f' our to the ol wilt cheerinlic a"o ntce in. and make the nece'arc .
wintry voyage, arms -- -- -- --- '
elL -
Di-m.c.d .
f\n motion cf anra'lant.J.in ;. 'l
the-ee lone. another boat to the line of Ike 'ILL !Ii.. 'i.l I .. 'w '
we add ,
ch n? or new # i n j -'tn of February ne\t .
Smith and Wife admrs: i.c. tt Juhn C. Toy- Sunday Sth 1st .2, Ion 2<- T). This was the POST ()ITIIi: Dri-\RTVIr\, / Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale. capacity to the one now employed. :5 soon 55 practicable U the late residence rf Tom I's-icr Chaired, at 7 :?:

threit.rtaArgued in part by Mr Uoodnard for first day of ref trun the tale our boat or pa.secgcrs Contract Olfice, Jan. 'J7, 11*. \ 1 PAIR of handsome Mjho'Jiv Parlor Couches, this boat will extend her trip up Inc Su- ceased, about i; or 7'> bales wf Cotton, the crops <-f a

?petiiat*, arid Mr. Vooge for appelleesJAMART had enjoyed since cur departure Item the coat of f iENTLEJiE\ : The follow ui chiedmi1arr j 1 t handioroe Mdhng Rook Ca-e, with drawers wannee river to the Uoper Sprtrps aid a'so u4> the Corn, I-o-'dcr, i.c made on the plantation durinj she

31. 1S4S. Ireland All the crew dressed in neat suits with ordered on the routes from Quim Ma Chat- I and desk, J handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Patent I|I Uilhlaroochie river. past vear. j Untation implements, and many other
,
Canibna" on their bras'', attended in the saloon Lorn-Sbeller, the most approved article in use. i The und rsiened would further state that hu and things belonging to the farm. T rm*-ca,h"ANGELIM p

Smith and Wife, ad run. i-c vs. Poy threw! tt al.Arjunent with the pasener4andjoiies1 in the Kpisco|>al er- tahoochee, to \palarhirola, I'la., \ iz : Anplv l tn J i R IORPI NE, I others proprietors of this boat have availed themselves G ClfAlfES. *

concluded by Mr Woodward (lur appelllBtl. vice read bv the Burgeon ofthe ship in a pleasing No. :Joi.2.-Lea\e Qiiincv every 'rtiedav and 1-eb .' 1"IS. 2J At the Tin Manufjttorv of the provisions of in act entitled. An art to Admniffrfr'\ Ton Peter Cnaire. lcc'd. ,

voice, which would well become the sacred desk Saturday affer the arrival from Ilamhridzc, improve the navigation and to navigate the Suwan- Januarv 10, l Js 23Administrator's :

The following Order was entered on this diy : Dunne the service a beautiful breeze sprung up from say at 7 P. M. Arrne< at C hattahoochee City Tax Collector's Sale. nee river, and for other ->urpo e* therein mentioned
the northeast, and when we had finished cur devotions enacted af the last *e,sion of the ci-lature of the Sale.vILL .
same days b> 12 at ni jht. Leaies Chattahoorhee VIRITF of authority vested in me bv law, I
Ordered
that record designed for
depositions ia a -
all Mil ard that have !
was act, we were soon flying away BY Slate of Florida they recently crzani/e*
tin Court, be so copied by the Clerks of the CircuitCovis at the rate eleven knots <>n our pawagc every AVcnde vaj! and undavat have this day tested upon and well expose at i their company pursuant to the provisions of said act, Ii be in soul at Tjllaha !*. on the first Monday '
sale before the Court-house door the I Iat February next
Jan 1 IJ suundirrs and decks 7 A. M. Arrives ( public in City and style of the Florida Slate InTer- a n-cro roan named 4
the
were on our were at Julnc under name
tame at
) days
that the > of the shall
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as a >*ner deponent rallaha.*ee, during legal hour.on the first Mondav i Vernon and a lot ol Law |rook! $. l belonging to the .'
,
for the first time rn our 1.a.sae covered with ice 12 M. ml Improvement and Steam Navigation Comparv
foilow and with the to March Is I" the l llow I estate of Noiho'ne T Tavlor. for the l !
connect question proposed in n; property, to wit : j nefitof ll'o I
and snow lImb Nova Scotia the ancient Acadia The Company will soon complete t heir arransenenla,
No. J3.-LeaveChttahoochee Wed Lou number t3 and t'ein ami Ivmz the heir and rreditor Dv order ot the
kin "I.
and not, as istherubit. make the questions and wi made in the morning about -I'lO' miles east of every in of which due notice will be sivcn, for purchaisnz Admirustraf. 4 )

answers separate and independent of each rtber i ilalilax li'h we were within .i) miles of that port, nesday and Sunday, at 1 A. M. Arrive at south hall of county quarter] within the limits of Cotton and other products of the country or maW PeretnVr i>, ll7.___ 23 f 4

James lit. Al matron Cctilaued when it became f.rry, and Capt Harrison took his Apalachicola next (l3Vs b7 A. M. Leave the Citv ot Tallahass-*, or o urich thereof a* will liberal cash advance, nnon all property shipped Jefferson
? n .A'igustis Rickey. pv the City 1 dse* dae thereon (Ir.r the vrar I" J7. i iL Circuit Court. f
station on the whrel>h<.u-e. exporting everv BJOcient \palachicola eve \ Monda\ and I I'ridav when required .A* swan a* practicable a line ol a. -
and certiorari awarded rttuiruUIe tiext'' at1'J <* s1 oM n the e f H Rat'ertv. aruit tobe
vi > a property i IN CHA.NCFP.Vuiiani '
la make the lieht. 1 he leg lighted [a little, M. utable packets will! be estaMi'hwl bv the Co np- nbetvreen \

Term, for more complete record. j jIcmatART and his watchful eye dit otered breakers vtrv near Arrive at Chattahoorheo next days sit hit Casi.' "JOHV UILMN. Cedar Keys and New 'tork and New Orleans Pailev, Adnv'r default non of John Bell -
6 P. M.According } isis. Citv T\ C .I'e.'
tor
liy hfbruaiv >,
3, 1S4*. i on the staruoard hand and itntnediatev pave the or for the conveyance of freijht and fas nre s l n.v, deceased, Cvmpainunt, j, t.

Charles Mormon, vs. Richard Whittaker. Writ' der. Hard a starboard half syccd. chen the Cambria to the pre ent schedule the nnil Tax Collector's Sale. thereby ectinng to all its pitrons, a site and expediti ti.Tilman .

cT passed Lcicntiy near the bieakers for cosnfortablefetlin leaves Chattahoochee for Pen ncoa! on Sunday "u* mode of transportation of their properlv ti D. r riloy< Drjtndant.T .
dismissed for (1 bond
error want lor costs I ?. and \ 'edne da\ at 8 A. M.. mtin' the il.ml B Y virtue of the aulhnlv re5tI l in toe. *>v law, I I either market t* well as return carzo to it* nlare olinstance appearing 'o the saltatactiot: of the Covt. bv

Robert )Mitchell n Joseph Chairei. cier. of Ben \ In a frvr nome&t the l lookout forward sane out, .hti i.r .t, ...., i,_, ., ,, th .-.-.. ,_r ,....,_,., ..-.i;.,., .. ;t' ;., I fTijvif irui'r in Ibis cause. that T>lrs n It r.. : 'p

Chutes. Argued and ubo>itted. Mr. Ilapner for I' Breaker a.eart! and Ilieo-dcr. S oil her, and turn change of 3G2'2. I have tV honor !his,, door in tin-city of T lidha*>t-e, on this fir>f Mondav exreeil those here'nfurecharzetl rr allowed! rifuv.thieauideieednf.rridriutcfl.Sv

P-iiatiff: in error, and Mr. Lou; for defendant in trtjr | back, was heard trom the cat tainI Very retpectfulh&c.. V.C. in August next the follow ir.d<*!<"ribed proprrli.ur I for like s'rvioes. but a material reduction of mc Florid ,. and itt tie State i>l Groecia, tin rr,6titn of -

I Almost immediately the Cau.bria had tern way S. U I10DI1ICHON. a,, much thereof will be-ulhciri.l ma pav the Stale rates i* contemplated af an early period as soon as the sohcit.'r let complainant. It u Ofiirtei. That -

j and I he oftirer aft sjjj out "breaker" astern,** when J. D. WF and County faxesdar thereon fur the year i'l l" the increase of bUsiness shall warrant *ach rediclion the Mid Tilman D 1'urili.v do appear and an5ne' ,

John Rindo'ph, r*. DonjaKin F. XYhitner. Con* j tIe) order let go the anchor," wa irrmidiateiv executed TPOTT, JR., Senifor, and / Section l'i. Township I. Ranze 1, N and E, punpoumn. The facilitie offered lo parties of pleasure and other the InH) of cump.eint; filed in th* cause rtilhif? four -

*-a ed until next tern. and the steamer swung round to the sea and 4' E.: C. CABELL, Hep. in Congrc \ ; to belong tu XV. G Gould | lo visit the Kev. at all si-asoai of the \ear. one o' montl from tf-e ilate of the poolicatiun of (this ofder -

I win-l in IT f at iton.s water. A A. USHER, Sheriff the most healthy and desirable relreV for invalid or the said !but of complaint Will be fa.n le-r
Isaac XV Mitchell ti. Frederick It. Cotten, exer
I TJie Captain found himself a nl ort distance we tofllalitix. GEN W.\l. CMLBYUe and ff officio Tax Collector Leon Co.JantMrv and others in the
J. W Cotten. Argufd in part by Mr. Thcmrson in a horse-shoe ba in. armed bv bre k- 2M. INJS. jStrayed- scenery of the Suwannee will it i* upp sed.ofer( published in s.'me newspaper punted in the Mifll. { if

'happej1t, and Mr. Randall for appellee.FCIRCART cr1. which did not eivelum room to lurn his boat.Withcut .- are happy to perceive irs the Tloridian" inducements to many to itail themselves of so pleasant Circuit U Florid, noce a week for the spice[ 6f locrmonttij. S

4. 1S4S.Uitcliell lettlrp go his anchor, which havin* per the announcement of the name off his dt. an eCiiriOfl. (Signed.)

.. Cotton continued formed its errand wa weighed, and we reached the linguMipd fellow-cilizen, at a candidate for FROM the Rail Road Depot, on the ICth infant?, This Comp n*. havins a' Iher believe, made all THOMAS DOUGLAS Jud;e. 'a 1

t eaer. Argument r.harf Halifax about 5 o'clock A M. Sunday the the ofiice of Governor Gen. BAILEY is a ; monte colored ML'LC, with a black ,leqnifite arraneement for the convenience and accommodation December IS, IS IT. 2i 'tin 5CITa
Mr. Rindi'.l! and Mr. Hagner for appellee. hertnck of the public they solicit its
6thVe farmer sound Democrat and tripeuown A liberal reward will b* paid patronIgr. -
-a wlro
,
-
were detained at Halifax tint lour hours, during one for her relurir and delivery at the Depot ; ,

tlIerls.f tie Canatft.-Tbe frcetioas editor of which time we took on board IV ions <>f coal, has been intimately connected with all the Jjuuarj 29, ISJa. CS 2t For further parf'eolar npf* to \fes ra P P

.ldbeal Kaickerbocker gives the following terJ some delicious lobsters (and fresh fish, and at eight leading event in the history of Florida for SMITH & cv>., Coiombu. Me* r,. SMITH k n ;Tt.

Zh e cnption! of a storm in the raging canaw !.** n'clock were again on our passage with a New many years. Ure know of no individual who Sweet Orange Trees. RIS. Madison, Me* r*. PUTNAM A. RICHARDS, .

Motul storm was somewhat extended in its York pilot on bard who came to Halifax in the is better for the Cedar Kev, of lo the under iened.JAMESTUCKFR.
office -
qualified from SWEET
aTaffc. upright, 11'nn ORANGE TREE-J. taco rears
south as far as Georgia, and west learner Hibernia ,
-a 14i IM Jord n UTeI Al the Utter Pl ". it ness character, patriotism for his country- 1JJJ old, for sale at 6J each by the 100. bf And other*. Proprietor. .
TALLAHASStE
tsolc'ertookt the _.,c Rip Via Suont, stave her hen-crop.. We stated yesterday that a duel! was fought on the and love for his State. M. L. BAKER. Cohrmbns, Florida. January 2?, IS.! 22 IT rLOMDA.

sail the the stove pipes blew the a'n' 14th init on the Indiana shore, between Mr Han We understand that General BAILEY hat JinnarySO.!. 39 fit T O the nncjerujtned has been confided the n'snf I

( b.oeier into the canal', and foundered and Mr Duke both of We Since Notice. gement of this Hole)
kim. Ia on Kentucky been induced to offer his name t to the people O. W. HUTCHINS
of lb. gale the weather pnge learn from the Lexington Atlas, that the part'esweie HAMILTON HUDSON. -
lashed fordoptnastj setting pole "d of Fjords, only through the solicitation of his jf: LL pernn having claims against the estate o' January 9, 15-45. 25 a
Lieut. Hanson and a son of !. R Duke AUCTIO'NEER
Pl.ed ove4,. for Eq Democratic friends from section J\. Henry P. Heath, late of Hamilton Count, de. .
After the
aSsistance. t ,
mottt many every
had
%5titin both of Fa/ette county. Both of them serve Jin --' 44-I
ezetj,. ceased, are requested tn present !them, r'aTy anther .
he reached bore-purchased of the Sl fe. Wet cord extend TALLAHASSEE, .V14.
tvs fatbot0i c j Mexico, and Lt. H. won much distiction for his gallantly ally to him ticated, within the time prescribed bv law, or they Notice.SIX .-
tonttude. a new bowline, and at Cerro Gordo. The parties fired four times, our in the East and feel confident that in ny part of the county attended to. ind
support I indebted
.... to hIs SALES will be bane ; those to the efate. are week after date, I wiir pply to (he Honon-

: ue. bor- set sail nearly. a.ndreacbed despairtL.s& be hut shot from Mr. D.'s pistol I taking effect IB the the Democracy Florida, will unite upon one solicited. earnestly requested to make prompt pavmehf. Jndce of Probate in and for the C6ont, r<
of bis The hone is much shattered acciresaces :
1 leg antagonist. so JOHN a. SMITH VVtlnUra'.Wr IsIets nf adinaitration!
1te whom know will }lead-them on the ,
owners ofthe R- V. S. they surely tarictorr. I LLOYD k. Ti.ik.ea statq'of
Roiro
*Tftatid that amputation it it feared, will be necessary H. Eq., Sberiftmf ts e&tia Admnrstrifor.antfart / Richard H. CronelLIateof aid CfrnntT.drrrmjj1LRRIET
pres.aft h!im with a M rric* -Rkhm.,, 71'hig. .JacJctmtiUe Kcvt.. J. W. AB6TI.K. Esq I D. C. WILW, Eq. / 15,1S1?. ,4 Itn M. CROWEx --

January 72, ISIS- t7
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.i l! Leon County: Tax. Co e tor's-Sale. -- Bagging= and- -Rope.- -- .L: &-H.: GREEBERG-- ., :: Boot V and-Shoe 1g.TUr.untericnf'd.hl"ing -By-the President of the United FLORIDA L 8 LEB. '


j '.j" .. Y virtue; of the power vested in me boY law I 7 PIECES lot Kentucky Basing: Still tD thrr purchased the States.
of LDIEiREiirELD.
ill J for sale before the house ::1)1 Coils Ron'e. For sale bvBIRCHETT *
, J "hdll exp'e Curt LINDENBERGERN.verrber27,1 Cor.Vonroe an Jffferson Streets, who ill about leaving tbe Stale.
city f Tallaha!'*< on ( the oth il
din r, i the o ond. ANDV
: are now their FALL his friends and the
informs
i !
1 derrilied 'H. 1U WHERE openinl respectfully
the follow
Mrch 1S1 in? proper- .
:; : d.vef ftipplv FRFCH. EGLSt. public that he is at present at the old .tand, w her "
Ir.'or: much thereof will I he Si ate and Conniv -
-. *'i : ae pay GERMAN AND ". .\ DRE he is prepared to execute all work in hw line with

'.' ., ivTseidiethcreontorIheeiirISI7* : Spices, Pickles, &c. Rich blk Silk.(;ro. de Rhinl'.lotthl'r" ith every piomptness and despatch. lie has on hand' the fines

'4 "d; f.: L xU purporting to b.long'll A. .. Djvaland: theUninst TTNDHRXVOOD'S pickled Gcrkms, Mancoe Onions description of colored and fancy Silk,Parisian Plaids. of calf skins and all oits of material, and will

Hank of Florida :. U and mired P.ckle; pickled Lobster. XVal Striped) and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Colored make at short notice, and in the best manner GEN TILL be offered for sale, at Auction; ,
<
: No. :n. T 2, R 1. Nnd W, r oo the ,
.o' 1.1 K:.t.sF.J I 2.. sv*4 3..T.hl. N nut and Tomato Keebu(1.: Caper Olive Oil, Miw French Mcrmo rlin.Striped ard Silk wove Alpac; TLEMEN'S: BOOTS AND! SHOES every descnp > V day of March Is.a,. at the County Sat.it.

. ; :1n. lard. Pepper and Cider fr.h ca, &.c, lion Boots footedsoledantlotherwi'w repaired an Benton County. East Florida, several tract
:' !: ,:3 '.., W I. N W 1. :Sec 5T 1,111 I. Nund W, G.K> eberr.ts: .n.) Currant PI'lr in bottled, 'fresh.:Salmon A great variety of Fr.nch, English, aid American good tlvle( and at reasonable charges He will warrant in Township 21, Range I', and in Towiahm nfLvJ"
. tainin21aere.
'I ;." .. : shad) and I lali! *>iit in c"ni-t'rl, Curry Powd.r anGavenrr Calic(.and Ginzhams; his work to be equal to any dune in (Ihe place, Range 21. ***
_4: .1'; I.m'h | iirportiiiitoS(,lon to J 3me. F. Trotti and Brandy. Cherries, rrl 'r\d Gmner Currant lYorsteul, Plaid, of diferent shies and qualities! ; anllo give as good satisfaction as to fitting as another TN pursuance of law I, JAMES K POLK President On the 14th day of March, at the Court HOQa.
Flori-la- .1 of the United States of America do
:! :: : th-"i'.nlhhk:1( ; Jellv.. )1.c rri. \Vrmicilli. Russia and Americin shawlsof. every d cripli"n( color and quality ; workman. hereby Marion County sundry tract in ***V
L : 3. R I. ami E, Swi Jaconet Cambric Tarlelon and Cross Bar declare and make known, that public land sales will
: : Isinglass, Irish jMos, Currants, Prune ", JOHN LrRCH. Township 13, Range 20,
: F.: I l. W 4, <<-c 17. T 1. and dre be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the
'i : J Muslins
r ; : "
tf
J" and ('it IronsNutmeg ; Isity 5, 1S47. 43 13, 21 1,
.'. n, S I: 4. Srr I 17. T 3. I I I. and *. Mace, Ginger, All"pice. finnamon. Silk. bread and Linen Bohin and a new stjle of V STATE OF FLORIDA, at the periods hereinafter .. 14, 21.I" ,

) a ,.! s W J, S-c 17. T 1. 2. N a',1 E.: Clove Vamilla Bean, Sue, Summrr anweet Muslin edgings; NEW GOODS. mentioned, to wit : 14, ,. 2i.

'. VNr4ZccI7.T2.R.NanIF.. 1 lower. Rxe&. Pe-uh: wa Kid, Cishmere, Silk and X\oollen Glotc04. fer Ladies At the Land Office at ST. AUGUSTINE, com
1' N K .i, N" W i. Sec 17.T2i2, Nand E, Marjoram Orange mencinsc on Monday the seventh day of February At Madison Court
; evtrart of Rose Lemon, Peach and Vanilla.- and Gentlemen'; subscribers would call the attention of the House, on Thursday.. the
F 17. T2..R2. N ami E, frl. THE next for the disposal of the public lands within lbs 2:4
4. v March
Sr.S\ : For sile bv LEWIS MIX Silk, XV.mllen and Cotton Stocking for do. : to the choice and extensive oN'fmpnt I :
.4
? .vc I7.T2. U 2, V ',1.1 l F.V :. &. undermentioned township and parts of townships Section.
.1- Linen Cambric Hdkf and II. S
.:I 1 December I Ib47 2U plain lovjniffd i of' GOODS now receiving per Brigs Waku'.la and Township. Ranp.
.11 I' w J.J FLScQ.T2.R.NandF.U VI7
:
- ; ; handsome Silk Cravat, French Needlework Collar Fmeline: Their tock has been !c lected, with care. TheSEJof 23. 1 S. 3t.
'J'1 .4 i': S W !: S W 4. Sc
meridian.
". :, C'tntamin.rW r) arre-. rhrise lor Dre'!M; do Green; York and, having been purchased at reduced prices!. a. NIVlo5. J, 1.
.', 1' .r.. L nJ< |vt1rIwrtz to IH'Ion;; lo David Robmon andI From the inuf-irlory!: of Lubin, Tarh.HEDYOSMI Splendid a-isorlineut: of Hit, Cap and Satin colored they are; enabled, to furnish their customers at prices Fractional township twenty of range thirty-one NEJof 26, 1. 7.
t : he Union Taik of : Townships fifty-six (except sections *ix, seven, 'a
: J'I.'ri.l Ribbon Elof 1, I.
A Jockey Club floss Ge low Their to.
K-3 *. W *. V.' :. s.f H. :, R I. V an 1 W. Millelkur, I'elitrope. Patchoulv, Mi Neoprlitan 1'i.!fan and Slraw B.nnet* ; proportionated eighteen, nineteen, thirty and thirty.one.) and filty I. 'IVcf 6, I, 9.

; ;; wj.NIj.s7.T1.1u.Nan1V.A | I String, Btr uf : de nlulle. Linen Dami', and t;,m3-k Table tovers ; RSADY MJVD CLOTH3NQi seven, and sections one, two, three, four, fire six, At Jefferson! Court Hcu c, on 1\fon&I!, tt.

.0' rnntiininj: J h>'I a.t. K-mhrOi3.bnti i IP, Va-ull.1 \' .rhiall'r, Brrgamoltccrvain Reint.. Dovle) ToweN, Diap'r.or ; 'i of the l best of material' and bein manudctured seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, fifteen, seventeen, March : r.tltt

; :tt. Lan: ,!< j 1'"rlltln1) to belong to Hampton Mattoi Marrocam and e' s. Bou'jad.( Rich Nctt Chil<'r,'n'j XVwl f.iat an 1 Caps: directly under the eje of Mr. Stulman, an eighteen, nineteen, twenty I\\'nty.on, ard Iwent). S. T. 1t.
!
: r&! rmUhe <. L. I. & Pn\ tC'*. : .Also GI.nl'.hI3n( Perfume, sod Preston A large urllll"ni cf brown Sh ,*hn, <, Shirting, leaf ol Jh"Hr.rk is thereby precluded and person! two, in township hfty-eisbt of range thirty-eight TheEofNW4of U, 13, IE,

: SKJ.N W4.S.W1.NU! 4S.H-51.T1R3N kr Mtru.l \lrirt' of F n rart How or & Siripcd( | hirf m,* and H rnepuns ;pii-rhaini; mar rely upon getting an article well! Townships fifty-five,fifty-sir,(except section one,) EofSW4of 13, 1. 3.
. ; .' r S E 4, 5. J, S W 4. < c Vi. n, R 2. N and : .. and fifty-seven (except sections "
I .t r Tile I true Farina CoIone-aIst) lie French and Broadcloth Cas,nrtr*. KITSOV, Lm"ev Stnpet in t!le. .\monn the articles comprising their hfenfy.6vl twenty \VJofNE4of M, I, i.
4 i. V .:1, S XV 4. V E 2, &. E, sir,twenty-seven,twenty-eight, I w ent v-nmethirfv, "
: .S'3tT3.R : Amencn Lavi-ndi! and Ray Rum and Plail itnutt, Jeans, Tweed, Red and Whit.F'lannelTickinrs.eolored F.ILLJ.VI) n'LVTKR STOCK WiofSE4of 14, 1. 3.
1: i. N x\ J. i, T 2. rorida.tlre. thi rly.ont. I thirty-twothirty-three, thirty-fourthir. 44
: j..A: s' I: and Ap ia de l la Heine, tine C"bctics, Pomades. i Cambrics "I:h 8 I l.tr.l' ma\'hf' found the followinuBlk : and Slof 31, I, 3.
coiitiutn: fimi( arrisLanl Iy.five thirty-six) of rane: "
'I f. .. assortment of Trim.mns*, Parity Goml. Perfuinerv thirty-nine. NE4cf fi, 2
and Hair-d Toilet 5.
.' Levis Conner and Hair-oiU >e 11vin!; Saps French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coal, Black.
:. :. ; pun> >.tin* to belong to Cultlerv Vr. All cf which will be Ooa\ Sections one, two, three four, five, six, twelve, a' EofNW4of| 6, 2. 3.TFRMS .
line and Comb Lrushes; for the Head.Teeth
coarse *, Brown and Invis Green, Cator Beaver Sacks,Sara
: S L I I. &TnMCoi thirteen twenty-four and twenty-Cue, in
: Jh4 lowS for east h l their More in this ,lace also at township
.. : ;. N K: 4. an,1 s K 4. sc 2', T: R N i. E, Nails. and F'lehi. A superior article of Cold Cream their Monticello n j Goths, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'tl. Casimer doPelloN fifty-five and fractional township filty-six, (except :One-fourth t"ah. the balance ial1n.

h'-;. N XV 4. .N K: :. *'c Vi, T 't, R 2. N and E, in pots For sale by' LEWIS: &AMESDeeerrber October store::111.'in Is 17. I l'iBE. and Blanket Overcoats, &., Heavy Pilot sections two, three four five, and six,) on" Biscavne equal annual instalment, with interest in ad'1IIt..

:: ._ i: ,. S I: 4, j Nand E Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ol Black French Cassiimr Fractional five per cent will be deducted from the credit .
; ; |. W J. W 1'I. 3, 3, OOSRIFFS D\SEMCSI\ COBDIAL. township fifty-five on Biscayne Bay, !
: '. rnhilln: :M arre-' n.rnELS J:.TIrPL& Elk Ribhe-d do, fancy Plaid, Check i Striped of range fort-one II men,.

': v' : L : .h plrpolti ; to belong to the: estate W. W. ,/swi d.. I rttatoet, \0 HUMBUG' do : alsO,Tweed Sat:met I and Jeansdo..c: VEST At the Land Office at NEXVNANSVJLLE, com Lists of the particular tracts can be had by app!.
:
' .. Hart :: ID do. Onions. BUTONE OF THE B :'T NLMkUlF: rVFR Pi COVC>r* of Flack and Farcv Satins Striped and Plaid Silk, mincing on Monday the twenty-first day of February ins to any ol the Post Masters in Benton or ifan i

: : SFSecT2.RNan4F., Just received and lor sale cheap for each bv fOR DOWEL VfR.\,... Mr>iDR ''. Velvets, Plaid! Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk next for the disposal of the public lands within Countyor they will be furnishedif applied for,br

:. ?: : NTV !. S W 4. < 'V. l 2. R 2. N and E, December-1,1M7. 2U A. K. HOC. : WOODIin) Dr M r.HY CORDI-AL. Ma'nrka, &(. &(. the undermentioned townships and parts of townships letter post.paul, addressed to THK STATe Rtcu-

K: I. N XX !. *vc '!.T 1. .2. N and F, ---- for Diarrhoea; DyoR'nt..ry, Cholera MorbiH. They have aIm o an extensive assortment of Cloths viz : TIE, AT T.A LLAHA""... FLARIPI."

;_ : .. 'VNI.S'eT1R2NandI" :, I Lard and Butter, Cholera: Infantutn, and bummer Compbintsoi t Chtl Cassimers and Vetinpr; nnininufirtured. consisting South of the base line and East of the principal JOHN BEARD Kfgutrr /

drent'lom. in part: of: superior French Black and Wool D\e meridian. Public lands of the State of flenda
:I : ctmtainms: ?ia: arrrs received per schr. Oregon, and for salt' low '
William Hall and JCS II II': Ihlhaidlate U .V. Minuter Eel Cloths do riishsh do do. do., Blue Tallahassee Nuv 13, .-17. 17
Lnl |ItrIrtifl| : to Mon; to | A. F. HOC.Decem'ur to Fngl-sh am Townships twentj-one, and twenty-two of range The
. ; ilnt.I Invisible Gretn, X\rnlDve do, Black Reiver anti 03- following paper will please publish t th
It' \ ; : lie! S L 1 I. i. TnM CoW : J, 1',I7 ( nineteen above three *
N and F ),'. n'uodm1J-.M.1 Dtar Sir Castor do, renrh Black Cisiimcr", do. Ribbed do. months and send their account' to lh
"I'r" }J.S XV J. SSP 1.T 2. R 2. :-A f'w days Townships twenty-one (excer.t sections one.

,.- .',;.. &TI| "M '. .r2.fl.ayutI.. Wood Cutters. since I C'iH'J (the Cordial which joii wire pxxenotijli (10.. P'SLICV Plaid and Stnt>e
4 e f"; J' ,. N J 4, Sec ". T !2, It 2, N and' F. to tend Inc having med tie article, 1 do niost lion\ilt' *rylesESTINGS; 4of Black and four and tw ent-live.) and twenty-two, of rang ; at Jacksonville ; ArinOcalaSmn.

XV \, II.sc.T2.n'| i 2, N and VT7".\NTFD, a number of strong and healthy mel not hesitate t.) pronojnce it a \aluablcrirdi. Fancy Plaid Satin, do. do. Silk.(] Silk and XVoolleilvcts tw enty, nab Republican and Georgian Charleston Mercury

f t ."''t'. XV t. N : ': : 2. }ami E, \ V to work as choppf. Li'Krdlvu to,good cine. I Indeed, firsjdi :reclion of the b'I\\d" a.we : \ 'rreresand Va:encia-, Vestins of Rich Townships twonty-twoamttwentj-three.: of range the and Columbus Courier; the Standard and the Rtogis'er.RaJeisf.

: ..:. t.tanint'acreS. cricn. At'i'I Iv to sometimes sii'l<'r \\ith in t be South, I know nj Velvet Plush h, .Vc .'. twenty-one. Times Georgia.

f; :i' \.'.\. FISHER SheruT |mR IEI&LIXD: fRGn.: thin; at ail oijiial (tu it. ALSO A\ ASSORTMENT OF Townships twenty-two an( twenty( -three,of rang The
I II have
((3-
t.: and ft fioTax (V.Hector Le.n Cn November, J. l< t Mv' In.,nd, Col Scahorn Jones, would have part of 'I5r anti Pleach'd Cotton twenty-two rap4"nyidt been rev\ red ta
;
: 1 HatsjndrisiM( mtcrej( ) > publish the "Huridi Land!
1 .' \ vem! rr '7. IM7. J! "r it ; the reminder I have I Imlasic'e! 1,:ru-, \ ten I'' Umiershirls! At the Land Otf."elt LLMFSSEE.corrmen Sale"vriH please/ lIi
:; I men and <'tat!tutu Shuts thes.'es in \ladi* 11 and J.fll'r30n l'our.lil'U
--- --- ---- ---- -- need it. l K":pcrtfMllv.ULNRY! 1 the seventh ubv'e.
Furniture. may talk and! Merinotlo cmij on Monday day .t{ "tebruarv next
: 111* Ital Silk Crivafs, And the daily in Charleston
Bacon Flour &c. w. UILLIARD. fur the of the lapels and 'sarah
lands
disposal public within the
;: I UsF receivej from New Yurko I Fancy Satin do {h.unhi'or.l and Angola un viz : the Mercury and Courier, and Ibe Rer-nouna

; JUST rcceivwl! rer !choiner r Hicia, frcrn New Or. .J 1 tundsone Mahogany Sofa, Hidl l-ancj Sit.a( and } Ludershirts rmentioned townships and parts of townships: and (;er.r;ian, v'ill please publish, once week
.. FromBenjamin Card;it r. Editor of the SoutheinMut South of the bast line and ll'ist of the a only
'
principal
Cotton and Cotton
0: ( < 1 IJr. Iivjn. For sale l h' PLain; do carfs, Bro\\ lor three month
It ., 1 J I'aron Icieir M, EnfaiJa, .'/aNOTIir.R Lind Hhks S ade Drawer meruhan.
C."k 1m. LLNDENDCRGEkNtjverner Jenny | Nr vemSer :i. 1 ht7. 19Notice.
.' 1 .. : Sit!. 2 nmtE, & 1 .\ LIFT. nOD BY THE: CORDIAL m:. XVhitc anti C'l'J' Kid'Gum Fustic:i Siispenc'ers, Fractional township two northeast of Forbes
0
.' 6 1 ., !hflUh.er4, grant ot I range one.
Jifttr Physician's shill nail failed to uinrfit Glovt.1: Ieiino and Cotton Halllfse. .
., litti-t? U!:nus Hour, -- -- !. I I Fractional township one, northeast of Forbe
; Ir Wvoiii iiff:-Ih ur .Sir:-1 I take re-'t plea-sur persons having claims against the
., of estiftcf
& : l Flour BULL PRATORIUS grant rane two ALL
...so I Idf.1..No(..ic.2 Mackciel Family!, & in testilvnu to the etl;iicy of your D,' ('ntery( Cot- Patent leather Shoe, Un.brella Money Belt, Fractional sections three, four, nine, ten, fourteen A. Hayward late of Tallahassee, dt- I

; ;; 3 n1.BarrpNGr.vnpnle I.t\ *, J'or ml* law tvTCmrro'MT At the forntr store un.Irr/! the Srntilr Wfife and dial (ro':1 lestiun: it* HrtuI'S IU my own {J lih. Mrs ShouiJtr Bracts &.c. .1.(. and ,Mteen, in a former Indian reserve and *eclions ceased, are requested to present thm.dulYluthnh.
Gardner : Lituuitucr cuM yiucntIv'atf: CLARK JL STILLMAN. cated within the lime prescribed
.': the I'htrnix was ( &d..f'.1 by liw.er they
Ar.rmO HOC. I opjiOMtc twenty-seven I\\tnty.cigl.f, thirty-two and
37. I lit Euildil
.., -- ------- 1"17. --1: s with that ea:ul silty ill ':1llIwlm.Jic l ak1! October 21. 1..17. N in will be barred :-tho-e indebted lo the estate are
thirtr-three township one,
township two
'. '. NOVX OPENING! a choice and vell ek-rte.! l I II had been IniHtd in its ctkrts to hue iiea..e west earnestly rl"f'jHl''fl'fl to make
Notice.O' ARK TcUuve < cf Forbes' and three prompt psvmenf The yare
:grant township west of the
.:.. .I ortment of CLOThSSSDlEh1S' VhSlINGSandREADYMVUr.LLOIHIM Ii I- or afr.r.1! 1 relu f. :anti ijiprtrerisiniis began to be d It b H. SJDL] yyOHT >J 3fAtlorncy of i remirded (that these lum.t bon?h small inditiJ-
.r Apalachiccla ri\'cr. rane eight.
: ') after de. the \lmini"lntor of theO : .
tintla i Thereat myself that she wouM not survive much longer uu a I J-a\v, Fractional three ually. in tl e aggregate constitute the widow aiderphan .
, t": estateI K Jamphriti. deccae.l 1 I tite of Len care ,tit la>te bsttwcd in tinekctiun oi these goodswarrant townships (except the vouthwr(
i d *r (the i.iteie aiinny in which ihe was laboriog. : portion.
Vontitcllo Jefferson Florida fraction of section thirtv-one and .
intv. arc'"int an'l! vouchers them in * wil ( : j I had to mvaluaule \VM. WILSON
n''IIUHc )<;ur Cordial and l hdun" Administrator.
,I In tu': I II Jill;** of I'rolntc t siul untvanJ good bar rin:. you will do well to call. and examine I she bad taken oi)e bottle of it, reliet was o!.tamed I TT/"ILL/ attend the Circuit Courtsof the \liJlle, four west of hippola L.ke, (except Iractional December 4, IS4i. 20 2m
; sectional sections sir
., .rav for a dnlur2 Iron sn I ad lie
] our w ;real tax on time and [>a- and alter taking ttiu was itirely cured I fetlsiir I Circuit and of thlt Count) of Columbia of the of .
t N..em'wr7t'17.. I I" Otn hence tuenumeiatc the c'ltlcrciit ,.tvl 1 a:id I I Eitstera Cirl'uit. Florida. range nine
pattern that I K' ti.d to
am in > \\fcriirhfe You
---- -- can use Fractional sections Watches Clocks and
": ccm.o :s; this a<.< rtmert : .ull.ce it lo Say that a this MonticelloU3USt VV2, is JG i fwenfv-two twenlv-three and Jewelry
LEWIS AMES a* vou ma) s< e p.oper
; & |Ilrlnn ot these r!.ths ai.d C3""imers are ol Itrif- : Fufaula.Juij 15, lBENJ.. GARDNER. went-four, on the main land, in township 1\\0 of REPAIRED.
twenty-six.
0 ; nE.\Lnsl\ iiuS Eoa"I.'d LIIMM''aoj tbtMlnihuim I Law Nottec.B1OCKENBIWUGLI range}ractional LE & MYLR", having wired the tenttn,

mnG HJIlXES.! \IXT :, OILS even that article! tf the their tock fast i-,dionThev "Ir-; lno-t
lailrl .rtr1r\ r Tfnnifr}:, !., \\inilox Glass, I \II nould:mention, i that these CLOTHS are or DR WOODKLtrS) WORM SPECIFIC ,is a safe & MAXWELL.WM one,and fractional sections eight nine, twelve, sev are the prepared repairing to of do Watches all work ard in. their Clocks; line tirlc of bmu en,

the the cIficient nlaedy |fur XVoitns it. enteen twentv-four,twent-tive twentysix,tweny-
.; FAtNTI;"' .ssD COLORS. ti'u'st lt\tnre buSt En.li h \Yo..l 1 dve, French Try A.: lull arid .
I promptlyNovember
Cnl'HJ' stool dye black,do.('as.unuer,I.otudon wool!!the black. good as the best rnd as cheap ;* the cheapest : II. BROCKFNBROl'GH will return 101-0. seven and twel ty.nine.on the main land in township ,

., : .\ro'haric. s., t n.:ich and!.(;rman.black clot hi,do. Lass. CHlTlrlCATrS: in time to attend all the Courts of the two.of range twentv-seven t>, lt>47. 14 ;

V FpiIFab.tsecotattIy on hand: ,and for sale at tl}e ; Fr"ndi. f.tela"irmr". certify' that I zave Dr XVoodrufTs Specific to a Middle ('ir .uit.aitd ct Jackson and ranklm Counties Fractional l township threeon the main land (exeept Select School for V

V .. i. II A'Ct market P11tS. \' : ; of line hark Sotn.: fine plaid Satin, child of mine, and in a short I ime it brouz'it aWl 2
: I Sik, XV.K.ilen V.-Uit, and JOSEPH bHIPPLY.Musconce Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be I'.s'Ven,) oi' range I thirty-one. IX this School which is limited to twtnty-firf

? XXV have *
V ., 4 sol nrl *,.U'iU'UU'1 ami ChlI"rll"11h.\ m\IJY: MADE CLOTHING.-Suptriorrineblk. claims against the United States for the attentive meridian on<, tpJirmeralpupils are not desired

,.-t; ; "-.'tIter with in.it popular patent reinedus, French dress md frork oats. do 1-ngli.'i Mc>oll\e I do cc rtifr that administered to a member of mv I prosecution of which arrangements have been made Fractional townships eight and nine, west of the To remove misapprehensions in rv2.td U tie

. .' ., iend,'rjOMr; assortment the Lret and rOt varied inV do. do, French (Casim Sick Coats, Doe-skin do., family Dr XVoudrufTs Worm Specific and it brough; in XVa-shuiKtou: uwannee riverof range fourteen.orlh branches taught, as well as to the rates .f tttih..

, ', Ibe State. fXX'c black and fancy cloth Sack mixed dre-skin 'ra away V) wunni ; and in another case. it cured one oj March H, --17. 31 .\ of the base line and East of the principal, the: subjoined schedule is published

V ha vnnm* store a* lot of QPIVIVE, teart coat LIar (Kaverrloth sack and over-coat, op black fly nc ero women of Teniit, or Tape XVortnXXhitcsvillc.Ga meruhan. The rates of tuition, (payable always in aJvaacr.)

t'. V a"f lllr(an.1 of ftrY.ltriorqlaly.: Cloaks Pantaloon. of fine black Casmiitr.nudiii"do ivlo. JOHN J. LITTLE.I Notice.SIX Sections twelve, thirteen, fourteentwenty, twentv are as fol1019',Tiz :

:ci'. Jut receive a great variety fancy .nmer 1)1 I the
: i. FIU .SII G.\IU) X.SEEnS, I latest .t\Ie. JV"/., of vtry description.pants Military certify that I gave Dr. XV'oodrufP Specific to a month after date I shall present my final ac ty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-eight 1st.) tgk(6 per quarter
I and vouchers to the lion. Jude of Probate twentj-nine, thrty, thirty-two, I hirl -thrcl', (thirty- 2. Arithmetic, (Emerson,p3ft Cl,) English Gram.
in bad health. It
Trimmings, Hosit-rv ShirtsGloves n'rrrlIIO110 was brought
; .4 e from the celtbrafed gardens .f Me>-r*. hover i. CoAUoJasriall : Cra'at.. ell- away in and for (the County of Jefferson, and apply for a Goold Brown
four thirtj-five and thirty-sis, in township one, of f mar, ( ,) Geography. History, $3 per
., ;-: invoice ol choice rRV\lYANl: ) adj'i>tiii Stocks, Su'pon(3er!, and l almost everything immediately Oo XVorms The boy oon recoveredhis discharge as Administrator of the estate of Abram range ti.'. quarter

:V ,. WIVES, andja l"tdCIG.\Riol extra tjllalifv. All connected with a gintl<:rnan' outfit health. THOMAS BO\D Grantbain late of said county,deceied Township one, and sections tWl'nty.five.twl'nt 3. The Latin Greek and French Languages and
B. i. P.are prepared to execute all orders Coweta County Ga, January, Ib47. ,
< f which \\eolVr for sale. at tIe: t"\\i.-t cash |>nces.L"XV1S acccrdmz WILLIAM GORMAN
six, twentY''l\'en, twentJ-tieht.lhirty.three.thirty. Literature (ArnoIJ.Oiler.dftJ. &oc.ritbwtc.,
to latest and .
.. &AMES tlt uut 1 aiiprotidstvles.N. Monticello. September 18, 1S17. 0 Cm lour thirty-five and thirty-six and township two, of (;Emerson part 3d,) Algebra,Geometry,Tri >inery .
!, Tllaha No""mhfr 2( 1i7. I; B. By the next arrivals we cxptct lo receive tr For salts by Lewis & Ames, Sole Agent Tallahassee -
TIlE RtMAINDER. ) also, \II the I.llowme : R Man- range: six. t Mensuration Surveying J k.ktl'piDa
; ) person Coffee. .,Jrth of the base line and JJ.cd of the itrineiaal 'ur..1. vkT.h.;.. 01.:1'0''.... v,,:... Ci-) ......n ._
: ; : Wakulla Tax Collector's I October lo, 1M7. 13 nma, Leon County ; James B. I.card P M., Microsoo'vie 'V' A. --i..j" "." 'a- I' ;v-
: County meridian ter A consists, three calendar Donlhs l
; Leon Count( ; S. F. Purnev. I>Iicce ookie. OA BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, quarter of
: S\LE. Fractions1! township one,nurth of" Forbes'Grant thirteen weeks.School .
,
Vonticello .
'. SarnulPii'!( on. lru'i-t, ; Jane lime, /swV'o; Rio do.
:;. i fly virtue, of the authority vested in me I IIY hw, I Leon Circuit Court. Quincy: Johua D,,iv i....f.f fGadd County ; I 1) BaIvor '.'.') do LI uirt do. of range MX. bills, when not earlier attended to by parents '
; .: I)1 hive this dav P. M for sale Fract ional township one,north of Forbes''Grant," will invariably be presented one week befcr
: I IVil1IIn., a 11 will ox[KIM.- tu IN CHANCERY. Chattaloochii, and XVm. Powers, Merchant Just received and bySept.
V: .V II'J' (..tle. ill frO.t o lrt House, in the coun. hrilna3. Ib, 1S47 y FLAGG.. of ran;e seven.Sections he expiration of the quarter.

; V lv of W.1ull, State of l1.cidl. Creditors' Bill fur settlement of Estate: Austin II I, IS.(17, 1 one, two eleven twelve, thirteen, fourteen II. ALL4X
._ : ,filteen twent-two, twenty-threewent-four, Tallahassee, December 2", 1347. 23 (tf
;; 0 On tlicfirst Monday in May next, James I II Brome and others, for them-wlvct and IK. ('. II. HUNTING, twentv-five.twenty-six.twenfv-s( even,and the I'ut h-

c :. ,' 11 ween the ".ual hours. the following. pieces or other I creditors.of A. M. Gatlin Compltlant DR. J. REESE'SLIVER SURGEON DENTIST, cast fraction of section twenlei<.ht in the ftrrrer Sate postponed till 1st Monday tn February.

) parcels .f Laud, v IT. : t,. [ & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P located in Indian Rt'seru'.the east Ira-tioa rf Mction ilurty- GADSDEN SHERIFF SALE.
,Florida
L 4. virtue of of facias issued from
Illm : tenders his services to the a writ lien ,
RSOX- ol fctiulv l and public
utrir those ol |
of \ Gatlin and others JrfcndanttWIICItllAS nstilutions sedentar five and thirtj-six town hip sections twelve B
/ tie! Survey, according to the original 1 one; ,
; fi WnI sjr't ill (the various branch of his profession From his the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the
luahits. with
troubled habitualci.tiYeuiss
: ? \ev made by Aa Jati.I. SurvevorNo lot* ; By an order made by hi, Honor ) are(Iltn peri.nre and success in practice, he feels assuredor ] thirteen, twenty-three, twentv-four, twentv-fire, bounty of Jackson Western Circuit cf FUtida,

V : fl num'wr' .tt', l 10. -41. .I. -I, ;, :i. :.1.(u. I I. G:, )Ot.LA., Judge, on the lt De- lnch thi ultiijx.rl* a very unfavorable l ] being able to plea c those whit may patronise him. witty-six, thirtv-five and thirtv-six, in township wherein Daniel Cork is plairtirf.and Reuben Scuttle
intluetice rltr..i \\hirh
' t .1? V ti i1, o., <".'.,, ';", 71 i "sj, "J, sit Si, ":3 I.1, 7, -,1.1.| | (?i ibor. 1.1'. inthe above entitled CU.t.the under. iiiainli-tt upon' Iv ir irregularitv health, it not total ia particular Ins, ofappetite Dr B retort the j I'uhlic! tOt two: ; and sections one, two, nine, teneleven and defendant, I have levied upon and will expose tcr

Containing each :;t.j:, acres; and known aad described cloned was appointed :Don ether! things lo take In tins ronduioii ot lie this .ol l. XV. T sroctrox, Dr. J. M XV. DAVIDSON twelve in township three, of range t"iglat. sale, before the Court.Hunie door, in the town of
(
V l hy said. nun'icr aorhl:; to the original sur- an account of what is due to Comlainant.for their urIc i* confidently rt-connnended with system the ar Gen C. 11. DepoNT, Dr R. F Lirri.e.otlrenrio.ite Sections thirty-five and thirtj-sis in township QJIDCV, on Monday, the Uh day of December, l-sVT,
t claims and to all other assurance sir, of twelve
vcymaJebv Hartlield, Survevor M f.at-; range
: the M E. Church. Ladies waited he following described property, to wit :
'i. negro
that I it the dose rlv
with interest (thereon and lrtP* ai'j'istid to as not to fractional township three west of Cllocta\1'-
V All the a\I\'e described lots ol Land situated, lyin lin. ; it was ordered further their residence Usual slaves Jeff, Dick, ieldsand Spencer
the bowels too act 1ctv.. relief be relied on at as
move
: ma
g. : :ai September upon
!I ideof the VVakullt River, bina portion of whatis to be published in the 1'1ufdlu. a new>paper upon without any or veil the hast unpleasant conse,1U1flCi5 Sections twcnt '.rour. twentj-Cve. cnty-six.. to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.B .

." V is known. a Fur'*' Prdlait. and \'ie upon 3, published weekly in T.lahasee. and in such medicines resulting from resertud the use of common purgative hirty-fiv and thirt}-six,in township hue,of range C WEST Sheriff
u.uiily to. Negro Clothing.
ti the property of the other public newspapers a for. seventeen
S Apalachicola Compmv shaU.hink proper Nov. 5, Is47. 10 FuyJ.tauirsHereD.SThe -
V : 1 I will 1,sold to!diih.their State and County Taxt' the creditor; of I he aid Alfred M Gailin' to conic Persons subject to l.ihous Cholic} may rely on the 50 P1ECKS Kerseys, SO do Plains, 20 do Lmbev Township three of range thirty. OT>- above sale has been postponed until tIe

' I ; f jr tliccouniv: of f \\akulli for the year 1S1"AHIJAH in before him and prove their debts on or before the preventive proper!us, of ills I medicine by usinn it on s. :bales J.o\\'I'11! Osnabur,:*.S Virginia d.>., Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, first Monday in January, ISIS

V V HALL neriff first day of May ueit ; and that such ol the creditors: he first intunatio:M I so approachingattack. There I '. bale I-l Ion.cstics, r> do. 7.S }omc5ticro. ">do 3.J rrilita-y or other purposes, will be excluded from (O- The above sale hasfoeeo postponed until tIe

1.! : and 1 ff.. tfficio Tax Collector XVakulla Co. "bo.II1 not come in and pros t he'ir debts by the t lime are some coiistitutiiti lial>.e to regular' attacks of do., 10 bales Nero blanket 5 cises Negro shoes, the sale. i\tonday in February.

.*' ,.1\ ( ') 19. IM7 is aton'laid. shall be excluded the Lenelit of this decree iilliou Fever almost everjlall ; to urb the u.e of wool hats and caps Just re-ctived and for sale bv The offering of the lands will be commenced on January S, lb4S. 25

< ; arid that such persons!, not parties to the bill, his medicine is neomnuided beginning to use it S. F. IIURNEY.Septcinlur'r the days appointed and proceed in the same order in

.: : : ; Spanish Regalias. who shall come in belore the said Master lo prove ttlie' inulii'a of May or lint; ol June 2.'. I 1" 47. 10 which they are advertised with all convenient dis- Notice.A .

N I their debts do. before admiueddirecturs Those whose digestive organs tire feeble often excncnce until the whole shall have been
."J : 9 C\\ Bn? Lucy, audf they are patch ottered and
OOOJLSTrlCivcpcr : > a sense of fullness' weight and oppression MEETING: cf the Stockholders of the Union
4 r+/\ l contribute to the complainants their proportion of M. D. PAPY the sales thus closed But no sale shall be kept
I about the stomarb alter tins uiedi- XX Bank of Florida will be held at the Banking
will find
L L.&lLCflEflEflG&CO. Ihe expenses cf this suit, to be settled by the said rating, open longer than two weeks and no private entry of
.V :; 3D( 1SI7 I Msuiter" And it was also ordered, that .an accountbe cine afford almost nnuie-diaic: relief 2 @mJ W9 any of the lands will be admitted until after the cx- house in the city cf Tallahassee, on the first Woe-

V Oltnhr ; taken of all securities or collaterals! held by the Ladies near their confinement cite suffer from Practice in all the Courts in the Middle piration of the two weeks. day in February, for the election of Directors to saul

. '? .- Dr. J. H. Scales, creditors repcctivcy. and a report be made of the heartburn and cosh\enc-s' : to such this article is WILL Office on the first floor of the Capitol Given under my hand at the City of Washington, Bank.
and of each." And imhlv! rccom3)erdtd a* it can be viaeM without the South his of October Anno H. L. RUTGERS, Cashier-
'k: SURGEGON DENTIST .aine, thelut it was also wing, room formerly occupied by the twenty-third day Dcmini one
: oidered that all parties may be examined upon interrogatories least danger, and with great benefit In sick or nervout Secretary of tht Territory thousand eight hundred and forty-seven. January 3, 1S49. 23

J 1'TI1.t.ht'tttdathisoI4 Rom!at J. L. Demil. and produce all books and ushers in headache it is invaluable November 11, 134 5. 17 By the President.
. Iv I Iv's during the fall and This article will l lit, found to act For Charleston S. C.
Boarding 10ue v*mC5 .their c'Jstod or power, relating thereto, upon oath as a pleasant cordial JAMES K. POLK. ,

t !?* 1<'r month,, unless professionally cngared.V .- before the said Master, 3 the said Master shall direct and tonic, rislorm.; Ihe appetite, and at the JOHN Ell&UINC.ATTORNEY RICHARD M YOUNG 9'HF. BrigN. G. Bourne, ThorudiUJL
o e..r. : .
'S V I"r. S. hivfnn; just received alare eupj.lv craft kindi ." lame time fulnllitit every niteutioiithat the common AT LAW Commissioner of the General Land Office. Ma'f er, daily expected lo arrive,

i : It I material appertaining to his profession, is now Now therefore all person*'claiming to be creditors lurcative* are intended to ellwt. It is urely ve1g- will load 'cr the above port with de'-

. % prepared to p.'rfort any operotion with neatness and ol said A. M Gailin arc hereby, in pursuance of etable, and, when used ;('(('rt1ID; to the iirectioiis. Ciuincj, Florida. NOTICE TO PRE.E IPTION CLAIMANTS. j iaXaam mj y patch For freight pp'To '
m or
i **:.., 1esnatrh! on ihf mtist approve ro
H' the Circuit Court of Middle Florida person ,
,_ < 47. 13 with 1\.pel'oiJ. .raa.enient) ol the Liver .\, ,
,' Oc'obt.rlt.I.. vouchers in support thereof(, and all colittnl. and or General Debility and the Court in lie adjacent Counties of Georgia. any lands within the limits of the township and M'NAUGHTi. ORMOND, N wport.
\LS\M OF securities birder before me, at my in of above i is Newport, January b, 15 IS. 25 3t V
WILD
;1 a 'f. -" i \7IsTARS CIIF RRY, for T.la. Prepared l toy Doctor J. I Reese, Gnfiln, Pike county November 22, Isl" Is tf parts townships enumerated required toestabli5b
liaseeithiti the ti/ne limited( Iu said or the _
i' | > -alel.v LEWIS i- .r. same to the satisfaction of the Register
c AAIE. Georgia, and fir sale l>\' ajvoiiitnu( ( at fJCjS.ntinel cop)
Ill Ftbrmrv 2O.117. 31 otherwise.comply with the provisions of the .anc. alld Receiver of the proper Land Office, anti make U.S. MAII LINE
i E.: H.\R\ ,
Alm! Jr's,
... that they be admitted the
f parties to
.', may ; !ait suit. payment therelor as soon at practicable after seeing
V. Dated( this Ihird day of I Drill Store, Tallahassee, Fall and Winter Goods.
I)
r Cabinet Making, &c., 1'fmbfr.A. 1.4. his notice, and before the day appointed for the commencement

e O.P.RTNEflSIIIP 'irdersinetI l have as- SIMON TOULE peralaItr. DANIEL LADD Newert Monlicello, JUST RECEIVED from New YOlk, $ Brig Henry of the public sale of the lands. embra-

r4' December 4, Ibl7 UO( J Buck, a large assortment of cine the tract claimed otherwise ouch claim will
V / (Uicu'ei! tht'rnselvr lo .thf-r.and (reIn t hi*date I Quincy ;
sh will ; and SfAPLE AND 1'AICY DRY GOODS. be forfeited.
& Ihe Ivtfi b""itf. the l.usiIC.con- I 1J.nlJrmv.'u:,
Portraits Painted in RICHARD Ml YOUNG
i t ,::.V iuctedl to' LYNCH vlsllIioFT.; Th'.,' an Oil. At'eiit for TI"Jllla" e uunt()Georgia.May Gro'cril.it.lIf.dwarc. Wood l and Willow XVane, ,

V : |re-pared toe!tiors "f work in Iheir'lint. ni: Citizens of Tal"llalS are advitl that, I 22, IS.17. 44 tupc : I Nail! and Iron Commissioner cf the Ut1lcrallArJ.l (.iffict. From Tallahassee to Macon.

.Ii: f:"'2" V. *\itb Sidilitv' sAd ld.|"atrhandon asreaseini'jlefcnns T liav in.; titled up .S/uJy: il the *reon"I story I -hioota---.- antI-VV- .Sht.SV.V.V. .. I .",."aept. "P-. .ft"it..pa0. .o. ,-_. ,-,. November C, 1S-17. JG.- 13w

j .' .. for ca-b .>r iprovi-d|{ acceptances' "s ativ \t'rkmef in sf_ Men DLMILI.II Hoarding House, (adjoining theUnion Negro Kerseys.in I Fur sale b) N. Itt.Commissioiv 11IAU'I'I\, Through in forty-tiro hours fi am Tallahatstttf.Macon

S I -.. I le,>unrfriie! coiiiinued pj'.ronage of the i public Bank,) (or the reception (Visitors, the un- CASKS KKIi nYS, l do l.insevs, 1S.1S17. u LLOYD & FLAGG. and aid to Charleston in three toys,
!
.'V isutostrc jVctlullv V sollCitll. dr'r"i iK'i l vtry respectfully (tenders his services asPortrait Lw Just received, and't. sale -- -------- --- Forwarding Merchant, in time lo take the Mail Boats ..h
:. r by
.I F:. J. I.YCI Painter to It.em.. and |pledges himself loun.t Sop iS147. V LLOYD & I.LAOO. Deal' and Dumb Asylum i 101 Povilras street, JCortfi the fourth day.

\ V (; : \1 G'FmIOE. | m Uitbful( and accurate LIJen(' .e' as any in NEXV-ORL'EANS LA. rpHE Stage will leave Tallahassee on MooJ*".

. < .rn"fmbr 0, 1 ; his couilrv Ladies and Gcntlcnt.o are Elicited to OF KENTUCKY. I BUYING SELLING, RECEIVING AND FOR- J. Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. M'

: .lIAt'a. (al at hit ;Illlv. vvliere he may La found between Notice. tP I ln I subscriber,as t tie resident agent of the said attended to with promptness. and arrive in Macon,(via Quincy,flainbuidec, New-

:. by the latest Arrivals, ( hour of b:A. M. and 4,1':M. ALL person creditors and legatees, entitled to Institution off.rs for sale in tracts, and upon REFERS TO ten, Albany, Americus, and Perry,) on Toesday.'

j 1 J A L A RGE: assortment of READY M.\nr CLO. RL'SSFLL, Artut. or otherwise interested in the es. emit to suit purchasers about Four Thousand Acres Jxo W. ARGYLE, LATH \n & BARRY-, Thursdays. and Saturday, at 10 o'clock, P. M,ita

:: IIHIVG.MIOES.. BOOTS; al.o, general as- 00-: Gilt frames furnished, if required, ate of Lewis Sounders, late of Leon county deceased of LAND situated in the county of Jackson, in the A. BrsrwicK, S. S. SIBLEY. time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving ilacoa on

% :' tt.rlmcnt or GrOCfrUo. are hereby notified to exhibit their claims State of Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a Decemher5,191t1.* 20 tlondavs,Wednesdavs, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A

.'1 : ,r ; I. GREENBERG & "Et'ER : and demands within two jeir from this date to the limited extent. M.,and arm ing in Tallahassee on To days.Thurs-

:j 4 : k-tober TO. 1S47. 1 (0. B LOOMII. FJCEt undersigned, or the same will be barred : and all ner.ons The above land were selected at an early date,by Notice.SIX dais, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M. This 1m*
o. ; Oi4BLRT Artint. New York O. \V.LAPD .
____ .. ____ ; -
indebted to aid estate, are requested to make an experienced jud:e,and are believed to be amongstthe onnects with the Central Rail RoadSavannah.
, Artist, S. C. Joni IdLER Artist t-New month after date I shall accounts
; Orleans present my Ctmbus >
'b r for finest in the Road to
Wear. immediate and Western Rail
county
gusts, Milledgeville
. i Good Gentemens' ; C. Cunns, Artist, K).; JAS. C. XViuot, payment vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probates of I"*
M. C. II DUPONT the Mail
LEWIS Ga. It also with
SAUNDERS Executor. connect
t I ad Fancy Artist Philadelphia las SENDERS Artist Jefferson and for letters of dismission
Ohio.
Bak. ; county, apply
.'> V BLUE I roaddoJul. December-. 137. SO 2m Jgent of J}. tf D..f. of fy. from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and thence to Ap"
ile. SlintI., *. Sa-: 2 1S47. 2'i If as Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg I*
JKembr Jane Tallahassee
Quincy, 12. 1547. 47 achicola. from
V : ;V fin Vcstins; V.lvtt Vesting. Rich Satin Sil-! I Choice Liquors. ly late of Jefferson county, deceased Passengers can po win w
Colurabns in three and but one night
V : acted Vestings, Rich Fancy Colored Satin Adm'r. days,
Cravat Rifles HENRY GREENBERG
a Family Groceries. and Shot-Guns. and M*-
offer to the pablic the choice LI. pent on the road between Tallahassee
: I general aorlment of ccntremen's Boot and Shoes following October IG IM7. 13 Cm
WE ,
I ; r Hat and Cap. ; also, a large stock of ready made T lTE hire received by late arrivals 'from New Yorkv quon.alJ of which we will warrant a* being ASSORTED qualities size and price just r- The public may rest assured that every attention "

,j V clothing,jukt received and (or sale by r V and New Orleans, a choice election of Geti.cerea o f the bet quality :' JL, : (or ale by S. F. BURNEY. V be paid to the comfort cf those who m5Xp2tZ9n'this

I 5't S. F. BURNEY.Sepfembfr suitable for Family and Plantation use : j 2 quarter'culu tupnold Cognac Brandy, September 23, 15.17. 10Caps. Notice Line.

'I :- j 2 10 Chef Codfish, Mackerel, Raisins, Prunes, $t. t ., ,. .I--", Madeira Wine, TS hereby given( to all persona interested, that six FARE:

: 1'.1._ Louis .1<'J Side and Shoulder!, Bacon, FrenchMustard S bbl. old Monoft beta Whiskey, 1. month after date,I shall present my account FromTallahassee to Quincy-$2 50; to BainbridV'

-1 :' T French Munhroomi, Raspberry and Cur. t5 boxes of 1 doz.each,old Madeira Wine,of tbt aDd vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in and $5 : to Albaiv,$11,and to Macon, $22

PR. J. S. BOND rent Jelhei Preserved Ginger, Lobster and Salmon, vintage of 1829, Newton. Gordon & Co." lUST received per the last arrival, 50 doz. Cloth for tb.County of JefiVffoa and apply (or a discharge WRiGHT & SAWYER, Proprietor

l bit profewiocul service t the citizen Paper See Almond., Current, superior Te ., Champagne Wine Port and Claret Wine, J I and Glazed Caps, for Gentlemen and Boys, new : a* the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks,. V BT JOHN M. VAEN .Agint.

S OFFERS :*'and the surrounding! country. & For ale low by NuucluDo.'Cordia styles, which will t* told very low. I :late of laid County deceased.JAMES frt- Office at theKantert Hotel,TahIMU44'

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