The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 2, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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GOVERNORS MESSAGE. w lich the means at our command will enable us to give to it. The has also! been ratified by the State of Alabama" ; and that, upon being A communication from the lion. D. L. Yuler, by an
"twenty Jl'ar lucubrations" which, two centuries past, were necessary furnished'with the evidence of such ratification, I eametl[ the proclamation extract of a letter from the Hon. R. M. Saunder. cmpanr Miu,
(;ca'Irmrn of II Srrllle to make n good lavvver, arc not less necessary now, when tho giving noticu of iho final settlement of the question and ol ister at the Court of Madrid, has been received Q by me".idn; and.
amt of? lit" II 'itr of prrsentn'im: cencl of jurisprudence has become complicated J and extended by the Jine established! by the parties, required in the third section of relates to a subject of interest to the people of this Stale, I hUt i
Tb* 'duty' cl:' '"I\'C'II1/u, inbv I ihf' (ni'ititutioii of addressing you Ile labors and derisions of an infinite number of wrier and Judges ; the act referred lo, to be made in all the newspapers (,f tho Sral'. thought it my duly to lay it before you. There can be no doubt thai
on uihjeot! "' i jnterest ai I in: ;,,urtan'eI to the Stair: f.irnishes' me in and it i is not doing; justice to the Judges of our highest appellateComt Thusthp question of boundary between this State and her respected the information which General Saunders offers to bo the medium uf
gntwrtunity)" to congratulate! }..u, anti thrlnth jou the peoplelioin nor to ourselves, lot to allord ll'J that leisure, which is an sister, Alabama, is finally determined The line i i5 fixed, and will procuring, wi be valuable! and interesting;; but whether the State
s.oU represent. upon, the c'wltanuctll.\'urs of 1'iovi.Jence! in bdiall 1 of es.entiil element of success in their effort to discharge their respon. 'be henceforth known without dit icmity.! The amicable' spirit with at present n condition: to encounter the necessary expense, can r,"
jiurcommmi country}' ; an J it 11l'"utl l IIi to return our hearty thanks Bible' : duties. I need not enlarge upon the obvious truth, that the which we were met in the negotiation of this long-pending question, 'better determined by you than by me.
ilia', of the! *. rivorsour .;fate ha: received a mot liberal "lrare.- Judges who have to ridj. the cxtnuivc i and.laborious Circuits of this and its adjustment u;>on fair and satisfactory terms, have given me a Since the last meeting of the General Assembly, tho blessing* of
/"he/ tine health ts'hicli,1.r the most part it has been permitted to our Slate, cannot have the leisure which is necessary to enable them to high degree of pleasure, which I hive taken occasion lo express to peace have; been restated to our beloved! country by an onoahle 1
"':-- ('MTr 'lII conOlu-nt.* to Mijoy-tit! abui' : hnt h&rn'sts'n their discharge i satisfactory the duties! required of them as appellate Judges; his Kxcellcnc) the Governor of Alabama! and in which I doubt not, and advantageous treaty will Mexico. A war into ttbjcjj we had
rinds ai! the reward: of! then' hone< an.1 p.itieit: toll;) and ind.i'try, and nor, upon the disadvantages which the appellate Court, a now con lour own feelings will fully participate. I is matter congratula been driven I for the protection of our national honor; and which,
the rmti.v ('n.I"lIcc's of plenty and! comfort) which s.irroutid them, are stituted, is subjected, fiom having to hasten through t their labors lion to our common constituency, especially to that portion in the after much forbearance on the part of our Government, bad beeu
{noN an I bk..,iZS; mint t lu 'be lightly; esteemed, and lor which our !I will.ir a Mated tim", in order II} release its members, that they imy Western part of the State, that they u.ilol longer bo troubled! with precipitated IJ the actual hoslilu invasion of our territory, was con.
I .Titefu' 'hearts ..h<>.ud! mAo! u suitable! response; to the hcniticunt2ircr resume their Circuit labors.' It has been f found in practice, too, that the inconvenience: and! vexation of an coed.and uncertain boundary ffucl'e for lv )}ears with a degree of (skill and success
uf such :g' ., 1I.r! I'1'."is. Ilighlly: to acknowledge as well as the constitutional provision which disqualifies a Circuit Judge from as IJeln1 Alabama. and Florida. our history, and: rarely equalled in the annals ofth Inprlc._
Jj;1iuV to appreciate them, \\'JUIe cur best t guarantee: of their future setting on a:aplc.t where ho had made the final decision in the Hut it is to be regretted that I cannot report the same favorable Many battles were fuugbt within that pcrio almost all of worJ.
;contiIlUUIC": Court below, i inconvenient, and fcotnctmcs:: operates: as a total result in reference to the line lel\cl this State and Gecr i\: In the heart of the enemy's country and a vast numerical 1 inferiority .
This !being; th" lat annual message: I shall have: the honor to denial of justice.In my last annual message, the matter was submitted to the General on our part. The uniform triumph in every conflict, and tho
make to the General; Assembly' permit me, with the advantage of I)last annual message I gave my views at length on the s-ib- I Assembly for its consideration and action, but nothing was done or final result, which placed Mexico at our fret, hare established I bo
additionalbM l'rn&ti"n and experience of the! few years during which: ject of separate Court of Chancery. 1 do not propo repeatingthem advised in relation to it. Under these circumstances, I have not fet character of the American soldier! as equal to the accomplishment of f
J have filled the 1 Kxecutive otfi-e, to renew my assurances of confi. here, further than to say, that they remain unchanged authorized to make, or accede to :l proposition upon the subject.It any duty which the honor and interest of our country mal
Hence in the capacity of the people fur self-government' and to express rather have become more clear and decided from subsequent olnilr."alima is again respectfullybrought to your) notice, and with the earnestdesire Hitherto, our form of Government has I been regarded a* demalJ q
: rm' ,increased admiratioa of the' beautiful, and harmonious}'Icm) and rellcclion. The greater practical acquaintance of some that such steps may be tak'1 or advi.ed, as will enable! the! the promotion of our national welfare in times of J>yt t. %
..(in full l enefit t of that *}Ntctniintil icccjitly. XVhile we were a territorial possess, may, suggest some plan! by which an appellate Court and a dispute.' The importance: an I necessity of such .settlement, are soapparent and defective in the more trying exigencies of war; but all /"
njitKMidage} l of the United States, we on!}' half('Ui"H'd its advantages Chancery Court may be united in the same individuals, without and wil.'c so readily seen bj you, that I need not enumerate such apprehensions are now forever diasiiKited, and our u&Ioal .
and the I present tear has been tl.1 first in which l; we have had the: ; C'N'llial.imp"irl! ;the value and ctlicicncy of cither tribunal, awl .the urgent reason which requite that tome definite action shouldbe character has been vastly elevated in tho opinion of mho world.. Tim
opprtuniU} In cxercUe the uiblc privilege of citizens of the United thereby, diminishing the expense. hafJ acquisition of New Mexico and California has added a new Empire
ratt's and also of one of its coequil 1 !I\'lrei ulies. We have nowfullv I cannot leave this subject without respectful!) bat more firmly, brief statement of the position of the question: may I be of serviceto to our territorial limits, and enlarged! to a vast extent, tho area des
entered upon; the career of a Iree !sovereign State, and liy our avowing my unalterable cons ictiuuthat it is just ii.Iittorrsturrto you. !It stands, thus ;-liy authority of an act of the General AgserlJJ lined to share with us in the blessings! of liberty and civilization
participating in choosing rulers of the general cuafl'dl'ra'C have con. the people the piivilege of selecting, I by a direct popular vote, aJ! I appointed COI.li ,ill 'n !iu 1" 1C, to act on behalf of this The pursuits of peace were not suffered to languish home, while
.summatcd sealed the ties, liy which our destiny i is closely l hound their Judicial officers. 1 would not be deem-d guilty of undue im Slate, with similar Comlisionlrl on the part of Georgia, in negotiating our arms were thus triumphant. abroad. At uo former period havu
up, with the common destiny of all its members. The interest lmali.E. Ilrlunil. nor.do 1 design i enlarging! upon this topic, but I could not, and 8cllin. the proper line. These Commissioners met, but our finances: been preserved in a more prosperous condition; and allover !!
leafed by the people! on account of:'tl.is new political elation, and thequiet il consistency, ) suffer this last opportunity to pass, without making another were unaile anything. rlll the correspondence that our faro. red country the r liar Is of labor and enftrris bave been
and manner in which they hove discharged the duty eltort to excite public attention to this striking anomoly i in ourinstitutionst passed between them, (which will bu furnished to you il desired,) it crowned with the most abundant success. Wbie carrying on will
. f ;growing orJcrlJ. show that they' highly; appreciate the enlarged this humiliating admission of the iacpacll.of the seems that Georgia is unwilling! to admit.! that the line has been designated vigor and success the war with Mexico s overflowing was or -
F tpherc' of their action, and the responsibilities' connected therewith.' people for self-government. \Vc are justly proud of the privilege "f and fixed), according to the terms of the treaty of 1703, lcwcl'l I( tic prosperity that the starving iiiillian of liuropo were fed out ,
This, together wit!the successful oilving of our more immc.liatc do. selecting those who mali the laws under which we !live, and yet, the United States and Spain ; whereas Florida cainl that it was so of our abundance: ; and so lofty is the elevation which our national J
ineitic government, givcsiw frrshcautc to trust abiding' : in the suflicifncy with a strange inconsistency ', we f fear to lru ourselves with the selection fixed by the proper authorities, and that all \ nou- remains to he character and condition hare attained, that the regenerte r iLsna
of the people;1 fur their own government. Not duubtin<; that of those who interpret and administer: those laus. done, is to mark: the line from one terminus to the other. Georgia I of the old world, having broken their fetters, tur us as best
youahcacutertaihtile sentiments heie and that astheir rep. I tiu.t the General Assembly, if they deem it proper to reorganize desires that the head of the St. river be first ascertained, and guide to the enjoyment of rational and enlightened lL.ry.Vilhom
resentatiresy0U will feel die : ( Cllf'sec. action, in the sphere our Judicial! sv. em by adopting the suggestions I have made' I the I Iau"Jecs that IIIIl the line be run from JaJ1 to the point agreed upon in intending to doubt' the sincerity of those who enterain diflercnl
tf,our department of the Government; Will satisfy their wishes,and of a Supreme and a Chancery Court, or by the adoption of the West ; hercas Florida contends that HSlicott, Commissioner for views I may bo permitted Jo say, I believe all these gratifying rp-
. conduce to their prosperity and welfare, 1 may be permitted to state, some better devis-d system, will not lose fcijjhl of the inconsistency to the United States, and Minor% Commissioner I for Spain liy virtue of suits (under the direction of Providence,) to be the legitimate fruits ol
that the Executive, so fa as his duty goes in the accomplishment of which I have adverted, but will do justice t the people and to the their appointment under the treaty above mentioned, fixed the L'at- tie principles upon which the present national administration canjt
these objects, will! be prepared to co-operate with you in the discharge principles which we profcts. I (r terminus at a point: North -13 deg. East t 010 perches from (the into power; and of the firm, intelligent and patriotic adharouca (.ithotu
.. of the high rc ponilililil's owe to our common: constituency.I The attention of the General Assembly has heretofore 1 been given mound, ((15.) known as Elicot'lloUII! and that )their agreement principles, wl.iel has so eminently distinguished the prczcut
.5 avail invself of present occasion: as an appropriate one, to \1ill in'ich liJelity to the interests of education, and to the proper and its confrnltiol: by :111 were { its location, the Executive! of our proud Uepublic
glance briefly at the financial: 'hitorl of the (io\eminent bince its means mil securing.and preserving the fund which the munificence of true lilc runs rm that point straight to the junction of the Flint and Hut a ni id the congratulations which I couM not repress a to tha
administration was entrusted to my hands, before 1 proceed to comment the General; Goveinmcnt; has furnished us for that purpose. In 1 regard Chattahoochic: rivers. Tr.cre v.eie propositions; made by Georgia; 'prosperous condition of our beloved country, I cannot consider niy a
on its present condition.(! The c\penment of taxing, a peoplu to information in connection with that fund, as \lJ as that o': I in an elToit to compromise the nutter, v.hith; sor: euhat varied this duty as wholly performed, if I were to omit an allusion to the threat,
for the support of a State (\\'erlcII. (who lions the lelation invhich Internal Improvement, 1 re-l'er you to the highly l interesting leport of I case, but, not having been accepted, :they were withdrawn, and need (eking aspect of the clouds now lowering; over our Southern horizon,
they} stood to the (;c'lral AssemM} i for many >'earl. had been the Register, herewith submitted.' It will tint, I am cOlfidl'lt. fail; to nut here Il' stated.In enveloping in darkness the future destiny of our glorious confederacy..
hitherto .exempt from! taxation.) was regained! many as of doubtful! : commend itself to the attentive consideration of the people's representatives. this Mate of the case, (tin negotiation having; ; been closed without The omens are portentous that a systematic and incendiary assault
icsult. was urged by the opponents of a State ( overnin"nt, with Ol all the grants, or donations, made !by the Federal cllecting the d"sirctllu! and nothing further having been done upon; the peculiar! institutions: ol the,South will soon be wade, with a
much plausibility I that the frparfcencsu: S of our population would! necestarilv Government; to 1'loiida, I ccl'llhat the most important" in reference or proposed on our part: ,) : last General; .Assembly ul Georgia: detcnlinatiol and strength which can no longer bo regarded wilt
1 make the burden uf luali.J: mere onerou, and that the mis. to its object, which was intended fr Common Schools.! llt! let it adopted a report and T'h.lillllica J herewith truluit. accompanied contempt. A party is arrayed at the North &s the *.frl.loi"Itr| ),
takes and iiexperieuce.. inevitable in a newly organized (!o\eniment, not be i ill red fiom this f'uk: t I undervalue IhteralIIp\c. by a letter on subject! (111 his, I Excellency the Governorof formidable! for its cumbers and the ability of iu wa ,-
gi-eatU increase the evil I and aggravate the popuardiscouteiiL! Meets, which one of those donations was designed to promote: or the that State, in which it i is proposed, (upon certain agreed terms,) j'-cls amid designs of this party are boldly avowed will doubtless
."ou1 was impossible! lu rstimate with precis <>n. in udiance, the highest grades of scholastic! education, which were contemplated; I by to submit the! question to the Supreme Court of the United States. be prosecuted with zealous industry. I hare no fears that when tim
of the (;U\'CfUIII, when fir't put in of t'ratios,. the grant fur "two Universities" or "Scminaiies ol Learning. ." Not deeming ni}self autlJri J to act l thither in the premises 1 sub-" i issue is distinctly presentee'!, tlo South will be united in its resistanceto
it necessary was tea expenses- n'ably' aipreheiided( } distrust i and dissatisfaction would I is unnecessary to argue the paramount importance: of education, mil the proposition l 10 your c msideration, simply remarking, that I this wanton aggression on its right; and that all the difference:
mull from the anticipated: : deficiency in the tilt revenue laws, aul:I especially in a country where the people ale sovereign. The stability know of no better method l to settle! this controversy than that whichis of opinion, upon questions of less vital importance; wilt bo mergo
that remonstrance would! await ) rep'liring the evil ot free iutiutiou-: and fidelity and purity in the administration there suggested, and that if you approve the course proposed, it fin its determination not lo submit to aa outrage, (which, (rl
Iiy adding to the public buid MIS. any TII! Irollallir insu.Hciency; uftl of government, depend upon general enlightenment. It is neither would bo well to ,'ctthc Executive with such discretion in the mat nature of our relations, as co-equal} members of the samj great
first revenue laws was realized, and the utmost: (economy of I the possible or necessary to qualify, I)' any s J step:ol education, all much ter as will enable him to conduct the case with good reasonable certainty family f of Stales,) is as insulting as it was unprovoked. Hut the tints
c ecutite officers was inadequate to the task of keeping t the equally, to discharge the duties of hlatcslcn ; but it i is practicable, and of its speedy determination. i is, perhaps, at hand, when it becomes u", as a State, deeply interested.Jin
public within the limits of the public: income.necessary Th). it is vitally important, to dilfuse among the great mass of the people In assenting to the expediency of the proposed tribunal for settling j the preservation of the rights of the slaveholder! to announce our
diILurcmcn1 such of enable them to discriminate this I do to 'be understood as with and feelings this momentous subject.
inevitable result was a necessity for increasing the taxes, not only to a degree intelligence as may controversy, 101 design concurring opinions; upon
an extent sufficient to provide f for the current but to li; jui.: between aspirants fur high offices-to make ,their selections with the report referred to, as to an)p-ec;fcu questions, therein mentioned, The adoption by Congress of the so called Wilmot proviso asa .
date the existing debt. This was l'llCISC'I predtces.ors judgment-to discern and appreciate ability skill alll faithfulness: to be submitted. That is a mater for your direction, or vise fur the general rule for all newly acquired territory, and the submission Iv
with firmness, and the consequent necessity increase let taxation your EO l far and to detect imbecility, imposture and corruption. Hence, and l for future consideration of the Executive, under! the discretion you may it by the Southern: Slates, would reduce Ui to u condition of political 1
from provoking discontent, was demanded by a wholesome public! other obvious reasons, Common Schools which are designed to allow him inequality with the Northern States, wholly inconsistent with d e oJ,.
iuion. An avoidance of cxpend.ture, I by a piudent bring instruction to every man's door, are considered! of tnore importance \our attention is particularly requested to ihs boundary que ti.>n, jects of the Federal Union, as well as with our rights as one of the
v system p of a rigid unnecessary. application of, the revenues their than one or two Universities, or "Se'ii inarics of Lean.ing," u hoped that Jour action will open the way for its final adjustment sovereign parties to that compact. Intyj'iality of political rights implies .
economy, on ant, part of; the oflicvie of tie (;Government, ", has which would be accessible but to, comparative! a very few.J And upon terms satisfactory to both parties, and in a time t aril way inferiority, and can never be submitted to as long a we retain
proper been met objects confidence on the of the people, and a hence, I again earnestly commend to the deliberations of the General ; which will he fur their mutual benefit. the power to be free, and that rightful appreciation liberty which
cheerful by :generous in the necessity of lean.increased taxation. No Assembly! the whole subject of educatiuu-cuibrachig not only .Among the variety of subjects which: suggest themselves to me, j is h the richest jewel in our heritage American: !
; acquiescence dissatisfaction have ensued, and I ;iukr, from: the regularity such measure's :;s may be deemed expedient to render} available! the our Indian relations arc not the least material ; all 1 respectfully :To preserve the Union, so d* ur to us, the South has hitherto sub
r uuriuurb or that incoi enicncc already within the control of the State, but liLera:tae such as present them to the consideration of the General Asscmt,! On milled to much ; and, I doubt not, is ready to submit to much more,
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t' Las hitherto been felt bj the cocdu people in paying" their abscssments. may eem calculated to enlarge! those means and to accomplish! the iho yth: of May, It32, Col. Gad Jen concluded a treaty at PaJlc'lLalcil when the sacrifice involves anything short of national degradattou.
: For and! uli ktatement mil the condition: great purpose: to its highest; piacticable! extent. Tho assiduity with with several of the head Chiefs of the Seminole But! c'cryrerical, who appreciates as ho ought Ifs Itri.icgcl and
r of the a finances thprotigh of the State*f.cJ, attention is respectfully present!! invited to which the last. GCleral Assembly attempted; to digest a "J"CI of! \ they agreed to remove West of the :Mississippi river. In that Jules as such, cherishes in the deepest recesses of his ', an undying .
. f the able and jour reports of the Comptroller: and Tr'au- Common Schools, is an caclpeet of the.deep interest, !that I is felt., and treaty there were several conditions preliminary:: to removal, which devotion to something dearer to him even than thowhich 14iul.
? very herewith fcubmitted.interesting: not be improper here to suggest t, which will, it is hoped, result. in some: definite and.judicious action in were subsequently! complied! with by a Commissioner appointed on hu so much loves.
that rer, the i increasing and highly I liny arduous und l u ponsibc! duties required regard la ibis! subject. To the collective intelligence and patriotism the part of the United States and a delegation: of the Chiefs of the 1 shall have no opportunity of again addressing thus formally, tbvrepresentatives
of the Comptroller, wou'.d! seem to demand additional assis- ol your bodies.; I must leave this- branch of a matter, involved in so clialc's. Hut alier much delay and many abortive attempts to of the people of Florida, before my retirement jets ,
/'lance in the discharge of tbl. cither by allowing hiu.a oran nj-uiy: dilDcultics, that I c-mf.-ss mj inability to make any suggestions t1 'cllheir removal, the! Indians finally took uj;) arms in 1S33, and private life, upon the expiration of the term for which I was elected
?. increased salary, to be used for that purpose. This is Ckli a matters which my judgment: ; could: entirely approve, continued a guerrilla \i.a until H !t, u hl1 Col. \urtluucce'Jc in 1 therefore! embrace' tl.is occasion, to renew my grateful ocknowLu
Jiowcvcr, entirely within the contn.1 oflLuCjeucral sembly. My nut in regard to the! disposition of the lands granted fur Common obtaining) : a cl.&liou of Koktilitieb. The. stipulations treatyremiinto incuts to my fellow.citizens, for that confidence which called rue u,
conviction of the.necessity i.f such.additional aid, has prompted me Schools, and to the mode of apurop.-i&ling the proceeds, should they be complied! with by the S.-minoles ; and by tho General the I Executive Chair, and for the uniform and generous support which, !
arx to assume the rctponsibihtj' of lecommcndmg it to jou. bu sold, (which I again f'COUIJCIJ, if Congress will COI'eul.) I w.ll Oderof Col. Worthdeclaiing hostilities to have ceased, they were has sustained me in the arduous and responsible duties of my ofScu.I .
reference to the details of those rcpoits, it will be perceived venture to propose, fur jour cluiJertiul,the expediency of conv,:li- assigned ILtntimigamid huntimiggrounds"temporarily" merely. From am conscious of many: interactions i but want of integrity tf .
some slight modifications arc adequate to the discharge of the current 1 but hccordmg tu the uants of the people-uu Jer tome judicious rule! designs! lo cnfoice tie provisions of the treaty-"peaceably' if it can, the people of Florida, are not among them. To the extent of my
and 4f the estate Guscrumcnt: and will heieufter of apjiorlioiiment, to be modified flout time to tim, to suit the forcibly: if it must." hunbe! abilities I have labored to promote their welfare ; and law
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afford a surplus expenses 10 Le a 'I.licd to the of the obi' ;ati'lsf changing condition! of the population Fur, unless (::e such rule: To 1 obtain a speedy us \\1 as peaceable! removal &f this remnantof devoutly grateful that th inicationt of general prosperity which i
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a the State. w'bjch out of the cxptt"C! ifCiJl'lt be adop'ed! it is c'iJIltthat, the beneficent ituliln: of the donors that C'll'C' > powerful trlJe, "ullleshe anxious tl'hirc of the .ee aroula me, and obviously improved condition of the Stab
lo the first establishment! brew of our (; \'crment.clraonnary I is believed that, at \ril I.e, in a yreit measure, defeated. As whilst it happens, front people! of this State ; nn.t vou tine called upon to determine as to the f>r Ia.full years, prove that our efforts have not been aiiogetlje rill
,if properly hus- nature of the country, that in suite townships there are rs1 ttI1C! means most likely to f fleet resells so desirable.! They Ia10t- mill.
the close of the fiscal our resources are
bandcd.andbcnotdircctc present ,by year imprudent! h'gibatiol.flolilieir! legitimate sixteenth sections and but very few inhabitants there ,are olLcr townships at least all of them have: not-cot.fmed themselves \ lhtir prescribed I shall return Iu the walks of private life with renewed devotion tu .
State will have paid all her valid liabili-' with a numerous jtopulation,where the same sections are utterly limits. Their fieq'ient/ excursions into the neighboring my adopted State, and with fervent prayers, that the liberties and
application and she our young to lie worlJ an example: of integrity worthless. country sometimes a hundred miles within the settlements, occasion blessings, which a Und I'rovivlcnce has 'o lavishly bestowed upon us, ,
ties ; wilhcl be present salutary to others and a source of honest In my list annual message I recommended that provision shouldbe much f fear and suspicion among the whites. And the occasional disapf.eiirauet may be !crlctual.'V. .
*> purpose ourselves. This happy and honorable result!1 must in a UJC I by a pre-emption law, for the relief of settler ou State [ of stork belonging lo the latter, is immediately, and maybe D. M03ELEV,
exultation to be attributed to the firmness and patriotism: of jour lands. -\t that thru my sole object" as expressed, was to prevent properly, attributed to loving band of Indians.: If such be facts. K\ccutivc Department, November !2 I, 1813,
great measure alluded to, in a gradual inricusc of the taxes, detriment to settlers who were unapprized atl the tire of their settling unless they arc removed or restrained within their appointed precincts,
predecessors, already lo the wants of the( Government and to to whom the Und belonged, and who made locations with the hopeof we have no guaranty that another, bloody war may lot be begun at COMPTUOLLEU'S REPORT,
rill they were commensurate who submitted without complaint! holding then under the Act of Congress. The General \scm. any moment. We 1..o abundant reason to fear that through some .
their ,
the of -
integrity constituents accordance with recommendation, am of the other hostilities be renewed.
unblemished bly passed a law, in my indiscretion ole party or may:
to a burden, which: was the necessary price of an nalional highly gratified to {lear from the State Register, that the act not These, in my judgment, are urgent reasons for calling the prompt OrncE OF C03I1TROH.KU OF FcBUC ACCOUNTS, i
I trust that I be permitted to use opportunity i TALLAiiASoFi:, 1, 1943.
character. tiny in this wise and only fulfilled! its immediate design, but by its operations enabled theState attention of the authorities at Waslioglot to the subject, and would 'otb -
to urge upon you\ a d lcrlilcd perseverance the I public? debt, I I to secure much land (hat might otherwise have: been unattainable fcvm to be sufficient motives impel ; to act upon it without To His Excellency WILLIAM D. !i usELlty, (tocernort Aft.
elevated rolicJ.rlen we have once discharged of the Government, anal:! to find: a rctdy Talc far some of it. It will 'be seen,that the delay. Sir/ : I have: the honor to present herewith the report, required bylaw
And have only to provide for the annual expenses it will be credila- Itegittf' r in his report, recommends a more liberal law of pre-emp-- .Any measure, however, which shall be adopted with the slew of of all the acts and proceedings of this office, for the fiscal 1 yea '
an adherence to this policy "il br as easy to us a considerations, i tioiT: in whose \iisws upon this, as well as upon the ohcr subjects! in.Iucing the Indians to migrate may terminate in war ; and hence, ending Mist ul.! .
Mc. Hut, if xve are once tempted by disabled temporizing. the threats of therein suggested; I entirely and most heartily concur. before any steps ure taken towards, negotiation, a large and efficient I.-The licic.'iilit into the Treasury during said year are the following
l.y) the fear oJ giving oiHrncc! to the the. or by below In conformity with a resolution! of the last General Assembly, the military force. should be thrown upon the line; dividing; the white settlements named sources of rC\'UUI, to wit ; '
the Government, we
le standard of tlC necessary supplies' of to from the United Mtates the cession of a large tract ofcointiy to the protection of our citizens, and In the intimidation of the HIS, 780 99- $1,703 7$
J **>n become in\ln.d in perplexities, in su'.lerfuges, in embarrassments : I procure, situate in the Southern: end of the Ininsula. and including savages so fir, if possible, t\to secure their peaceable! removal. 2. Liccuio luios-for IS 1t:, 10T 89GO 4
that must bring discredit, and may bring disgrace, ups: 1u that portion of it known as the Kvcrglades. tratimil herewith And should! the General Government Ill immediately: alt end to our Id 1 G. 50 4
t State ; and which, after all 1, can only! I I-J rcm'J.t'J by an assumption, : document 1 1a showing what action was had on this subject by Congress urgent request for their removal, it is believed such a force is now 15 IT, 503 62
of the xcry burdens. we hat: sought to escape. I world: I be doing injustice and c.nboding the opinions of a number of gentlemen of dis- demanded to restrain the Indiul within their prescribed boundary 18 H, 599 30- 1,28 W t
to my own sentiments, as xvell as lo tke people! f which lotto I tmction in regard to the Practicability, of draining that{ region, (now and from al acts of violence! and to afford quid' to the alarms of our 3. Fines, flufuiturcs, costs I and fees-
avow my confident and ;nature belief that in the policy : useless) and converting it into fertile fc,1 adapted to the growth of citizens security to their property. for IP 15, t 20 61
have indicated, you \ou1 be ustaitcd, I by the cordial I concurrenceof of tropical fruits nni plaTits. Without intending lo express an opinion I Information has been recently received at this department, from a 1810, usa 52 ,
emir constituents. A legislator cannot adopt a standard politi the policy of embarking in this undertaking with the limited reliable! source, of the number )Indians still remaining in our State. 1817, 356 75
cal' integrity to high, to be approved! / by the people! ; and that man upon resources f of the State, I submit i to the inteligfnc and patriot.isinof There are supposed to be as many us nine hundred of all conditions, 1S48- 495 oo- 1,858 of M
it most secure of their approbation, a. a public: servant, whose moivcs the General Assembly, with the con\'ictiol you will give ages and sexes. Of this number, one hundred and fifty! at least, are 4. General revenue- br845- 103 20
. < and purposes are the most honest. To beliuto: otherwise, the consideration it so eminently demands. capable of bearing arms and doing efficient seivicc. Although thisis l"t6.o 4.875 6:
would be to cast reproach upon the l popular instiiutions! ? under whacaa i You have herewith submitted, also, an i interesting.communication i a .mal band, as to numbers, the Indian mode of warfaro i"'citl 1817, 32,874 42
\ c lire, and would be at variance. with the observations and expertrnce from the Surveyor General (Col. Butler,) for such consideration as it adequate power to desolate our frontier eettlcments. For, il 1913, 14,005 87-51.8CI< I2
< of my whole life. its importance)' seem to dent tnd. It is the project of a rai road will bo remembered, much of the damage of lie late bloody war, 5. Amount of an advance 1817,tolho
: As the p inflation of the Stale: increases, and the rtsourcciIth from Lake 1 George, noar the head of tb St. Johns river, tn Last crcn in the l.ear of the country and when our forces were actively United States, refunded, JSO Q
which a beneficent Providence has )blessed! us are developed, the Florida, to the Gulf; of Mexico, at a terminus therein designated. I engaged in tbc field, was done by marauJigg parties of Ivyenty.five (G. Profit and loss-for amount premium ron
bnrden of taxation, whirls even now fs t (a from being onerous, willIe 1 heicvvjth transmit: the reports of the Attorney General as well or thirty Indians. And this fact. may bo taken as conclusive c'j.dence sale of rf on New York, 1. 41
more and.more alienated_ and when the public debt is discharged, those of the and Quarter Master Generals. These sev- of the entire dofencclcsucl! of the sparcc white population
you will have U in jour power, with! little, if any, additional taxation, cral as retorts arc Adjutant m J uc and submitted) in conformity to our 11and. adjacent to the ")ndian lte .enation,7' Total', 56,832 72II.
to provide for some measures uf | ubic! policy-the want of uhicni g and valuable public documents. They At the late session of the General Assembly, your immediate
i is felt and acknowledged by all-though a just and laudable desire to are highly interesting examination: as jcoylwoiug the most accurate information acting in Convention, proposed and adopted sundry .-TLo Expenditures arc the following. and upon th fHow is
extinguish tho State liaLitie before incurring new expenses, has 1 in regard to tho condition.ol the departments to which they res- Iretc(4ors to the Constitution, in connection with the Judiciary il J accounts, to wit : .
1 made us hitherto aU'lit'; to the continued privation of them. relate. the Circuit C.Qlrl.( )JfUie amendments, thus adopted, shall havebeen 1. Legislative ))Department:
Among the many more immediately pressing Wants of the |loPl IcclfuJlr; ifao'rabjfctof the Northern Boundary line o lliii State, I published in conformity to the provisions of the Constitution ((1.) Second General
h the Stale, sccius Jo toe to l he I separate) Supreme Court a 'have iho to inform you that the agreement I between tbeCOflJilloff8 and :Ileiulution of the last General Assembly, it will he incumbent ( -'7)-pay) and mileag! ,'
kI'arata j Chancery Court. The tiibuiml, whose province i'is to pleasure of A 11"lnIUK: Florida, whlcbII rating I oa oran npoii you, to amend, reject or adopt them ; in which) last cvcut they TIios.. M.I White, Senator, 737 00 ; -
'foud&nK&Utlty la\1 nndei *.bicb we live, thwukl be w con. by net of the l last t cCI cra14 :1\ly, approved January It t8, bccytac the fundamental law of the laud ( 2. ) 'Ihird leueral: ,.kRSCm1Af"s. ,vrv1'f. "
"ll a r* l cn yrc the higbccl degru; vf :Ll1t,and i-fljcicncr f (

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- ors : I term anJ of another ) 00 Att+ e.' rernfl*' *roe MKe, tra reconafder-d f; and, "br "(be'recoe1 IdeM.
: '1<1.i. 1.- ,r, ((1847'-8)-perdiemandmileago) Yf'IK'ing for one pitf 7,054 .* lion ihereoA,Mr. Sanderson moved that 250' tea of the Gore '
of member 0,602 60i r m or s
r message and accompanying documents, the
Total $16,74:1: 50 A py excepting document
1,26 00 t
of clerks
i "l Pay log reference to the draining of lh*
It continue under the laws existing, a large item. A* TaU Everglades/bc printed fur
;: of &c., 570 00 must now j Ih;
l Pay
messengers ( of t the Senate.
D. $
f t' To 7/i; Eacellencu,11'x, /
: Paj of chaplains.Priming 100 00 a general rule! we may expect to pay, annually, as'follow : Which
: motion .
. C journal* and daily slip*, 2,002 .14 1. Salary of four Solicitors, $800 each, 83,200 The, law requires; iho Attorney prevailed.Mr.
'J : 6.:100 to the Governor, five days before 1 Forward gave notice that he would, at some future dir .
L Printing and publishing )laws, 190 00 2. Coftts of sheriffs clerks bailiffs, &c., Ray I '
." } General the leave lo introduce a bill Iu be entitled "An t lo
to act
t of state witnesses 0,500 Assembly as incorporate
Contingent such as repairs 3. Pay j-iroi say, I Si.
. : : eipensc last previous M-SMWI-Ihe t Johns J.m'gp.0.' 12. in ihe city of SI. Augustine."
: &c. 215 17-14.507 31
V. ; \f ,. ; Executive{ Department T tal, 810,200: to Ihe previous legUlaliun on the Mr.( Crawford moved) lhal! the Secretary of lie Senate lie I'JlL\
2. :
: :: :. Salaries of officers 4.1S9 5J Nineteen thousand two hundred do'Urs' -exceeding (In amount, in his opinion, the public tots'rest I lo purchase stationery for the--Senate, not lo exceed the r uiiu-

i J, ,. Judicial Department : any other item of cxpeiiJSUiio. This ia an item, lu ), over uhich; With: respect many) ffll' : : $20.

i ,1 '" "i'" .:" Salaries of Judges, Attorney General, tllisolfcc has lilk; or no control, and which for that reason, r r'. seem ihal this duty rouM! will Mhcli: motion prevailed.Mr. !.

'.. .,.. and Solicitor, 11,101 02 dally n-qjirrs slricl: investigation; and rostr.i"n' 0:1 tin part of the. be 1 peiforrned by the Comptroller! Ghent: gave notice I hit Lee would, at some future( day, ark Irate;
and duties of his nifice. : : introdncp! bill to be entitled "
4. Military Department: : Li i".t I Hre. ter nt ct! : n An act lo remote ll e County Sit
". thn line of it j isprescribed .ti'Iance with much nf I the ; I Walton ('aunt ." l8
Salaries of officers, 315 D.Icr.o Though (perhaps not strictly( within myelll'l' ns qur II
t Pay of armorer for 1817, uo31S by law. [ venture lo surges; the following amendments! try, and to a more arcura'e Mr. Forward moved that the rules be waived, and he allourd l II
! Rent of armon'. :3.301: I 20 '.1 f the laws now iu fc'ice afil-ctiug the public itconc: and l expenditure ihosp Jaws relating: to taxation, : | introduce a bill.
nf the revenue, and J the ,*.t I airl ; ; : Which moion:; was lost.Oi .
Land :
5. Department of Public :
Salaiy! of Register, 1,000 00 The law, above refened to, Cur the payment of jurors anJ Stare: (\'r thing connected with the motion, :i committee: consisting; of Jiessrs. Sanderson, For.
"' :, (The amount paid: for the travellingexpenses : witnesfe sneeds explanation at Iea.t, if not fl'\'i$iClI. In some part: foal position, necessarily; makes i ward, and Crawford l, were appointed lo act with similar commit

II. ; of the Regi)ler, 823"i 15, of the State, it is contended! tint! they are tu 1"*. |'a-d: by the State, therefore the better enabled to on the pail: of the 11'111"1', relative to the number of documents.
a included wilder the I head: } of Con- !Ii} \i>!ue of a farmer I II\\, which is not expressly repealed l, mileage, : the lore compeli nt to suggest ; \'., lo be printed for the no of ihs (:C'uernl'JsrmMr..

,- tingtnt Expenses," below) in Idiiion! + lo ihe one ilnllir: per day. The! itt:
I ., 6. Expense of public printing : was I IIJcicH': different, but the q'lotion shmil I bi placed I inlplligpiil and indefinable 'n: H', i'm, be executed byJ ''rph Clisby" upon lie folfmin! terms pre*
Publishing Amendments} to Con"-titu. beyonJ dnibt. The amounts to be pail the Cle.k'! ani I .Sh'-rilF fur opinion : lhirp aro defects! : in wit : TJi 1 Jal I IIP furnish 300 copies of the Journals: flf time| jJ" '

lion, ITS 00 fcrtil\ing the aecntniu an I making! r"'i'Jrt11'111) \\h-xn to 'be paid i !, I brought to the 11ticl of the J- !; I :' $J |wr page, counting one copy : and d.ril-lirs:: 'f the |>n
(For other amounts paid fur public, should bi3 Sj>ecifi"d b>. law. more proppr iminpr.! discharge. ings al 2-1 cents per page of ;50 word. That he shall rxrciv Ih||,

printing, ace above, expenses I.egislalivc The amounts! ) pi>tfor\ stationery, light' wool, record honks! ai: .I port, and "bes;.'vikiiig for the : : '( printing' of the} Senate, s-:cll as bills, reports, tVc., I'e|
Department, &2.25S 51, other contingent expanses of the Circuit' + Court' *, it aa expense toad therein, : re?;,iectful ( i cent per 100( words, counting l.t copies.

and "Contingent I.i/.enscs/ ," IMJ. \\hieh: should, in all justice, be paid by the reap j Ttiti- coin ties.-! I i is the belii-fof the' ( Which morion prevailed.

o low, 8*91 61--total, 83,170: 16.) If distrihnt.'u! amng them it would hardiy be Ml ; whereas it nukes JPC'S! of taxation, which have. } Mr. Sullf'rS'111 moved that the l'r canlal.Arm. Ire auiLoriznJ!

7. Taxes refunded} by order General} a |large item nf State: expcndituro.: liw l and which an 1lrc.tr! : p. Assembly, 30 O'J' .\ great i crying of oxponso will be secured I by extending; to all l II made soiircps, of irironirt 'to I' < Chamber.'

8. KipenKG of iho Supreme Court, (scs. cases of 1II-cIIH'a:1M-cIC'pl; t, (pcihips :a fiw,-,that S.i-v which (Line wiihoc.: inpira':5ug the I iii ; Mr.I Flotd nand to amend by) cd-Jing. "and that he provide seat
# lion 1843 :) teipiiiej: a prtJ,I'CIIM. who hat! be liililo; !for, costs, on failure! to posed! upon: savo! dealers! or pci! : ; I la.li.'I'" *

1. Per diem of cleik! ((13 days! at e:.) 129 00 : coutirt. A large nnjoiity of the crimiiril rises coni'nencod! !, imw sale; hurst de"C'rs.: or (persons : : Oil which, the yeas and! nays were called: for by Messrs. Forward
123 00 and of them fur the : doiibl' tint the for fa'p! ; tenders of lottery : hued, and f.I.'ows
2. do. I llcriff; ((43 tlap, at >83)) fail most s'mpltf reason, iu upon weie' as :
3. Servant hire, 32 2: complaints! ::IC fri\oou! ?. The State: ii i thus put, to enormn; rx- agi"II!" ef: foreign or no-i-rcsid! nt Yeas-Mr. Pn' ilt'lIlI.'re.. Aldrich, Drown, I urntf, COitiO!

'" 4. Candles, 93 pen'e, anti innocent parties: injured and anr.ojed, for, n', nt'' er ;pur- houses firtors, bro!,"%ran.l. !\' Wfc'lr. Flutd, Forward, (:hen:, Lorirner S and rlon, I). J. Smith,,
I. Stationery, i :i p'.s than! to ;"ratifymalice1.: Some prod
0. Pay of clerk for copies+ of opinion IH,( .Il'll, to prcient such an evil, and it is bulieted! i.or.e' will be more rea".1 HI| ihiuiuV ynry: of llt 1 : :;.') s-Messrs..lustin, :\\.:) Moselej, WLite: -..
of judges furnished Attorney rilrctu.il' than (hit I'r !:i:gextt>,)J. a purjx.se. These 1 and! imny : } The amendment: prevailed.; !
General; for ihe printer, 112 70-4=1 1R TJt law on tiiis! !'II t'ct, now o n our ilitn'e! I bo J k! at all! events: !Ic rpquirpiltoiaki* oqt : l liII+ e, 1 The fju-'istion; l bring (len put on ll.c original motion! lie yeas and

U. Expense digesting laws-for amount t"'I'I}t'1|"lanitioii.: I has for tears: until 'c'ulhb'I'n! al:"gclhirdisregarded at much :MI amount fir; cacti case j, t :\' wen called !or by Me!,r'. iiiitin: amid Foiwari?, and were
paid L. A. Thornj;,son, INq.: per act !: ; ali now it i k held: by some, that it may be disregar- an-l) I light.i ,:: ,'s : / i*

General Assembly, 2..tJO 00f taj! and: I hi! :: '" nimed a* prosecutor' at the ,I,cretiiitjf tl.e 1.1 : 1t instances it Ins been : : I Yeas-Mr. President J1essrs..Udricll. Brown t Burriif Co liar

(See other expenses under this head, (:I'r.indJiin., I lla\'c taken! a iliiii;'rent \'it\nfthe ina'ter! belie\iiig 1' 1 bec-ti innrs; d. are uti'::! ,! : .' "''fflf. Flid l Furartl, (;hCIII, Lorirner, 8a, dl'r :. D.J. Sruiib
under item Cunlillent( Kxpen.scs u tint: the I Uw: ii an.l obligitory: and wis intrndrd expressly: I !w f for the! puichase i'l: belialfo'!' i '\,<:L, Watt*-11. ,

," $2,617 ;;:.) I 10 firlid; and prevrnllhil very If..ICf. : ofpt.tiing the f f late as\ pros. adn'II"lc 'fi.r a sufficient I I"iigh!} 1 Nays-llcssrs..lustin} Avert, MrseN-y! \\llilc-I. J
10. l.xpensc taking census of children t'cuTur-aIHI I h'ne ili alu\H'd cJir' : giin-.t the ::arc fir culls. j "hi'l! upon being; f'fr'n',1 are-I : i The motion prevailed.Mr. : .

between ihe ages of Gaud 13, *.Vc., :* in cases \!here the! reij'iiics a proveutur.! I re';prcttll' nig nniHKilion and ii'j'iiry.: ; Ont : ; Forward ,tiI'cllflc; fi-llowing :

per act Gl'III.ral81'mIJly.. gist t, howevor, that it i N "wlrr the hheiifl's} riks! aw tJI"u \\ho t ml>; 'ct ; and stgest! | ih:it it \I; l : : ; AVw'rro', That the Conptroller: I e requested !o furnirlt (be Sen

Paid lax assessor, &c., of Wakulla have ;peiformed services !c cases mil "',' 'fait'), ,and b)' rutupulvoii : i ihoria! ,'ur'lm"" in beha'f: '! of ? >!! !(, nt an early clay as possible' : with a labufar uralrmrn! of lie

county, 131 1 v. : ; aii-1 without fa-dt., en I'j-ir' part >!ioud! IK ;piid, ail that ares amt" rrrl-.:iel I hylitv I: ni'i'ht, also! : ;said a-a:ill) by the Slate: lo the Clerks of I he Circuit Couili ia urn tie i
(The accounts' for this service from iho "':'u'ioti! to t tInt eill'rt houlii! be pas;rd by the J.' ::.ltu.l. *hmi'" 'nad. I/uuI-: o'vned II}' re' | I 'iprlit Countie*. I

other counties not yet pre"**iited.) The 1 hw :authorizing:} : ;, in cases tt lia'r'mporv: cllt'n ,e pi".ith: awl:! l.o! .* ti\ned by .') I Which was carried.Air. I II

1 J. Contingent expenses of State: Gut'eminent f if twenty jurors N .1 source of great pxoeiise! wiihout;: r"rJ'5jt.mdingadian'agp. ii-ati! .fi) or change: of I ihe:I law in I' : ,, I : 5aidrrscn ofilired the fijl.'owing!: :

1. Public printing-(amendments t'i Tf!.-l law vs: adopted, in meev to the accused, I ni"! is !therefore! reprrnrnended.In flfvtlrnl. That the Secretary f f Slate (Lc requested lo furnMi f tie

Constitution t blanks, proclaim. lout it i i\ in pracl'ce a fii'fjuent neat ih'featimg:: jti,tiee. As a refiT"'iicp lo cases wl.cn- 1 rnntp with a certified copy of the bill nmenrliiiff the Coitktilulicn.'

lions, f..c.c.,) 531 0- source ofetpen'e lo the State, it i is very .Ijl'f'ioul.lc. : p'llicuhrJ! t Silt! t.vd. the lavt prnyic'! ; that I I .'(,J at the last urs-it-n of ihe Grnrral Assembly also
2. Contingent' expenses of Capitol, while! I ti! S'ate!' :!iU(" the bin-J.-u; of p.ttiu_ jurn's. j tionlo! a Jit.;':p cf 11.1(.''ir. nil ( i } t !1' timer! or nol said! amendments! have hen published; in accordance), locrrliff

.7 1 Kxeciilivc offices, ic., 1,055 31 trial of a c.is: of fvlotn, the County t iiiu,t rar.surJ.od! by the sdcr.I iheie !!:!,nl.IIJI a provision: for ; } 'a' the requircii.pnts of the Cor.iti'utlon.U : ; .
3. Amount paid: travelling expenses I i ill' to 'find,) a *.:jli' !lent number of'aror* -ihry xtt'ndtt, I great l'I;ease ion or''pinion, of the Judge ; but i i hiclt was carried.Mr. : .

of Register of Public Lauds 28.:* 1ft one, IHO I and svlfICSI: :: wany i live or six: i!!'>'*. fiy:1; tLern-l to annll'pr pirticnlar.! i is not : Avpry, fiom a Select Committee; mace the
4. Distributing laws and j'"irais, 20003 I 1.1', nearly all, ch ilieh'd;: ail lisnis s..I, \hil,' the rii.niual; has: tWI'I I smiilir :application / iO'tt: tic;* to : I.i,'h was concurred in ; following report,

!. Digesting laws-eiprn-c iifprinting aide} to cull cut of the m.illitude, j'e'ts j *ici m"" a' !I..* tutors will nyl races ,1.t.t tlirights and : 1 The ,
c tnip.ittec arpointed: lo rules! fur the
and binding I:I,:"st, \c., 2,017 ,I 15 CCI\c l.ia. I irvpfcsfullj: Fuse-st a great: redo tiuu iu tie ntirnb-r: the c..d.ill of the Hoard of j e Sei.a'e: beg leave;lo report : repott government cf

0. Filling; u;' J I't'puynt rooms in pi'reinj>!Tory challenges! ;; to be a.'oiM-d.: ( 6 jccf, the l law is i.Vfrctiv! : r, il !!'( That :lpy hate exr.mir.nJ, the culls f-f the Senate! fir; the Inil .

Capitol, riJ by Oi.'er! Gencral It lilll. perhips, be wi,'% as sating exMtn'; ., t,) coi:; 'tiutp! the tiiitin i is deemed ;pr"pcr :nll'cl', J t I of! tar General; Annbly, and l believing; them 'I.fil'irnf tnicn
Assembly' 102 70 Jiidg! fat Irmtt: : 'd l \ih: one or twn JUlil'co of ,the! I'caru, tare Legislature: tod<.leimiip. I that l/e I: rrnm.I -
nlocatl" : they adopted by tie S' nate for i ii+? !
7. l:ipcfr.!.! rumr.laIJuma: bouts a CVirl ; lIlt ff ciirnin ufF! nc"s, comtiiiied: I by :Ia1 \!. The grt-at expciiw of ciirninit 1 i : I (' present tension. government ifurii-g ,
dary. )ire, 100 00- ;,t:; 2G In many} States such a I.iw i is in force and ii J foiiad; In( work; well.} ihe most t mature consideration, to { =

12. Expanse cf criminal prosecutions, and tho conliu !It l wo'iM: save great cxpcns", and j perhaps; promote gooj order andjubilee. may be devised which would i lan: ; ( Otimnotirntheruseuass'aired.andMr.1.emimeralh.sscdtomete 75 copies; of lie rules! of the Senate l Le printed. !
gent expenses of the Circuit Counts amount, rxclu. I drain upon the Treasury. TliC Which motion: :
care r>t solicited salaries! paid within this )car : ,Our laws are silent as lo who} 11:1 pay ,the co ts of prosecution rors and! State Witnesses, and On motion, the Senate adjourned until Friday, 11 o'clock.
For Spiing term. 1810, JG 75 in the case of a slave convicted ( a criminal ntT-ncc. Generally! quire rcri"icu1111 amendment ; ;

Failure*, 1810, GO -13Fping the party convicted is to pay-iu the case ol a slave, there is a dit whether the law, as it now stands :
j term, 1'47, 73:339Fall : ference cf opinion which a positive law should settle, by declaring tion, and whether such alterations FKIDAT, December 1, 1919.

term, 1617 4,031 10 whether' the State: or the owner of the "Inc should! pay ihe costs. as would l render! it more acce !- Th* Senate met pursuant to a Ijo'irnment. Rev. Mr. Choice offi.(

&;' rits: lenn, 164-3, 1,774 18 -$7,2?3 DO I might, poihaps be well 1 to have a law providing lh t all the thai are deerneJ by many hilll I tl'd as Chaplain. A qmruni being present, on motion cf Mr.
13. *I J' e amount of accounts, certified: by tIle Clerks proper!IJ of a person indicted should} be bound: for thc payment o fan would certainly result from a the reading of Wednrs !lay's P'occrdinos was dispensed: with.

and Sheriffs for ihe payment of Jurors and, State costs fine, .Vc., which .llulcllJe adjudged against him, and, Treasury, growing out this i Mr. .lve'r/ gave uot'cn that h.* wou'd at lone; future clsy, ask leaf
\ '!r."Sies jjihicb S have been, up to this dale, talon up } the capiab t : or execution should relate. back 10( the data of tho one of yrp.il interest to the State I introduce: a hi'I:} (10 Im entitled ** An act to provide: for the sale of

.t Treasury', as per Treasurer's report, S:: 00( indictment.Provision. rl'ccim'Ihc consideration which : i Sixteenih; Sections; granted by Ct.reins to the Slate for the sup.
c' __ ehould also be made that a capias i issued for the collcc-! seen thai ihi're is error an J \\ron s'U i of Piib'ic!i Scho Is, an J for consolidating) the School Fund."

Total, -1'?,71 J 21 lion of a fine, should\! hate the force and cfT-cl: of an execution; in defective, and operates injuriously I Pii'sinntto. previous mtic", Mr. Forward introduced a bill to be

/ As to the last item above of expenditure, I remark order that the pM'perty' as urilas the 1'(11) of a person sentenced to will be tak.'n\1 will afford: a just _! I An a'II'1 incorporate St.: John's Ll..Jge0.. 12, in the cily
that the amount of certificates actually; taken up at pay a fine, la be made. liabletheref lion }hating: ; bp"ii: brat recently: I Sf. Aucus'.ine.' "

the Treasury: is not the true amount of expenditure The law relating lo ifiMted recognizinces i is defective. It to suggest any plan that would ( \VI.ich! was, read the first: time, and ordered to a second reading lo.

under that head, nor can that amount now hn ascer wo'ii 1, in m opinion, be a wio) am"nJment, to provide that, on forfeiture State, any portion of the large : ; .
tained. The reports of the clerks *how a lotal' for ('Xl)u.iC1 should at once i.sie aaia't: prlccip.il and sureties cttMi sa) with cot.fi/ Jenee, thai : : Mr. Avrry moved tint the Secretary or Slate be requested to male

the Spring Terms alone, of $1,30160. The 1 reports -the execution "rl'cif'il:; the parties and thj amount : ail+ t rpfeienco 1 to this s.jPCI! cai; be : : and furnish lo the Sen:lie, (so fir as :he same: can Le done from
for the Fall Terms are not lei in, but I have reason, each, and !bein?, in ; and, "c\ ral, not (to alone! by time dealli: c\i.t. :':.-. fi';'d in his office) n statrment: of all lie vtLi'e cLi'drrn in

lo believe their amount will exceed (hal at the or ci cJrp of either |/ait: ) -and to rrl.ito bick: and bind property In ca'os of coj; i,:tion nf" elites } to.t: } bctvvi ell the ajrs of' six and eighteen: Jean ; ihe num.

Spring Tt,'rms. Perhaps it may be set down al from lIl of the recd;ii'anr.-with .1 ;provision i .tint on l proper believed be Jrirclivp, vtih: (; .- ii: each township:( ;: !sating, a''o. the m:m1 er who can read and

95,000, making a total at both le'rms of S9.S01 60. cause tho\vn, the execution alight; be t.tJ\j !by th" JuJg", or lie! but j j'.tit:: t that, in quell! cases, the :(, 'I.e: m, nin r that c rn read bat cumotutp: and the number
These certificates arc to be redeemed by the Tax- forfviluc: set aside. As the law on this subject now is, great delay! provision nut' I Im needed to meet : : il c rte nalih: -r read or t\ rite.AIo .

Collectors-and ihe amount, which i is, properly, to and total Iou are almost uniioidabl State! may be' relieved from i1:" ( ,' a sla'eme.it of th c-vi-Ii: ion of the 16 h sections and {rse.
beet down as expended, under this head, during the The law of ihe costs! of 'lli'Jn. : scii. in each .
now directs that' reports of ail fines, .c.. ha11J" made I by JlriJec A : ms cou.i'y. In w m ny are valuable! and what their
fecal year H48, is the amount which the 'Tax.Col. the clk': to the Treasurer, and he i is the leer to (r &:iti in case ted in sale! or lo I Le hired out unil: : : Le, under:! whote:: charge they I lave b' en paced, haw' ml are
Actors shall actual!) redeem} out of the funds in their fines arc not paid. over. That lacy was a.laptoil: to the old! Tcrritori every pu fJhht'. c-'llvntion: ; aid Ly \vLtin cu!;iv..I'rI. and in ulnae hands the

and, belonging to tho rccenuc fur lhat year. :il system of government, and should bo (>l amended as tJ conform Tho law requires' that: in cases : d c'e.iveii fn m lie 1CI.: sectors is placed.!

1 his amount wo cannot ascertain, until tbo Tax. lo the present ")'itern, by substituting the Comptroller! in place of tcry, trespass aid: hbel! the n.iniP( I Al t>, where in pc. fVct ic i rot 1 lave been mod-, much ressrns as
Collectors hall make a final settlement. They the Treasurer. fool of iho itniictdi'M.t! and that; he ; : : hl''n"t'11/ by the Tai Asesos and Cocctors!! for these ill
trill, in all probability! redeem all for the Spring An old.} Territorial law has been hunted: up; whereby son of the | ure of the prosecution. The .\ 1 'ct r jluri.5.Wh'ch .

Terms S 1.301 GO counties claim a per ccntage nf the State revenue for the rJcatioaf vision of the 1 law" ere to save this Illation prevailed.Mr. I
and (say) owe 7n7for the Fall Terms, 2,7.1000 children. I believe law Dumber: of prc'cciitions for un % TivpeJ i
J poor Though lJat O'I"olt'I., awl, in fact, ( gave notice that he wouJ! at sore ti lure day, ask ,
} tepcalfd! I suggest be in terms !; from the statute boo!,. s"eri that: miny xtouM bo of a \' \ to iutrocuce a bill to Lc entitled! An act relating to capital [ j
Making a total of 57,0;1 GO and. thai (:rued Juries iniyhl and 1 III:1CII."

:S From which deduct the amount taken up, As regard the iacmae of the Stale, our laws need some rc\iJiol, ser.tnieuts awl fiii: : iiflictmenls! in ( I !" a 'bill to be entitled! U An act amendatory of the several acts t fj
allOstatcaJ .
as at the Treasury, 655 00
parliculaily: as relates to the following lul.j"Cf" : cliancp or probability of coin'ict on i It..iJUtion: now lit force in this: stave.''

Lcavcsthis! amount lobe added (10 the above, a,I 9: 60 The laws relating Auctioneers arc cjeepdiii Iy ciniin: us andincoQvcnienl. :,:! Iali.ri which, in such cases, nioiou:: a COn ll1iltcl', consisting: of Messrs. Avery, White, and

-- The mOle of appointment; uf payment; of lh.*' tax, makes him Gayle lo costs, upon ;. : I .}, was appointed to act with a similar comm'tire on the
And makes total of part
III. Present a financial expenditure condition, of the State 51,013! fjl of making reports, and sc\'erl other! details should nil b"> altered. a loss to perceive how this r : I the (House lo draft joint rules! fur the government of the two Hou.
Wiih proper management and restraint, this branch l if'revenue may di'pensc'i with. I am not aware during its picsi'nl session.

Treasury this Crrificates: reported bjr the Treasurer. to be outstanding bo la.le'cr}' prolllcl 'e. declaiing: Ihe observance of this ; L- rimer, from a select commit;ee, presented following re.
day, e 13251 90To The laws in regard to Licenses from the tact: lint
are contradictor and unintelli- yet accounts : 'I, which was c ncu reJ! in :
General meet Revenue which we for have 1R49 the, following. lo wit&G1.II410:- gibe! and hate caused great condition the pist year. .\ general Iroller for paimen!, in cases where ( e committee appointed to select a Chaplain for llic'Senflfe, tlu. .

Auction Tax &c. estimated at law is needed, specifying who shal r'cei\ the! lax, who io'll the not observed, I am led lo nrppo, :: its present session, beg lea\'oo report :
arrears, 3,000 ,
license, who the lima ur< t'r that: the itself his '
report report anl piiuciit.' IJesiJi 1! '). provision they: have; perfcrmcd thc duly assigr.ed I them, and respectfully
604,144 16 there are a great number subjects proper lo bo taxed anI l licensed, Comptroller ncled, properly and in I : ; that the: Rev. Mr. Chorci be selected as such Cbapain.!
which now arc not so. allowance and payment of much
Deduct estimated amount for collecting, Chairman.
Tl.c; general revenue law needs amendment in the I have not been inhumed of motion
following any, a consisting of Messrs. While
insolvencies, &c., 810,000 Saudcrion
Deduct also this amount likely particilr: .\ large amount of KS 'n I".", and great rxpen i' i in.: reference to the laws of the last t tle : ; I : Crawford:: were ap.win'ed; inform! the House that the Senato
curr..I, from; (th<* fact thai of tin larnN itdicrlUed f., !have been undo
mle matters
lo bo applied in redeem many r : 'for upon any i now ia M\ssioii ; who reported that they had performed the duty
certified of Iue't. arc unsaleable.' A 1 law woiilil 'beery l.-neficiil in pretending opinion have been expressed in refs : } _Ut.J ihtm.

ing and state accounts witnesses: ,jurors asah those t'\'il', aid) in promoting the good ul f: the State Ill other! re I to. lequiring: ll,! II aril" "fthl Coi.miltpc: frnrn the !House informed the Senate that the Unusn

.vo estimated, 7,051 GO 0 spects providing for the p'n chasc ot' such} lands lays the} :1:1- at thv foot of tluj iixlieli.it-nt.. I lis ready to receive the Senate at alllime that the Senate

Deduct also amount Revenue 'Ihn 1 lial'I,1 for tl.1 adtcitisem.nt of I 1.11::In is by far long. I hive the honor: lo LP, appoint: l, in order that; lIe, Speaker! of the House should count

.' ISIS, already paid in 14,005 87- 31,000 47 One iMii.th fur resi.lcnts! ] and two for. lion.residents! is loiifj C'IHI'.11 1 I votes: cast! st I lu! last 1 IJIectiun! for Governor, ,
longer lime only retards the collection of io! _-. -
-- r.-teriuo. wiih'iitcurrctpoad ; -- motion, a Committee: cnuil lill; of Messrs Burnt, TtvppJ
Total amount of moans, t3J.UBJ: ) GO ::g advantage.' -Tlln' is a delleieney! in tl.it}: prnxi- JOURNAL OF .\dli! ;'b.! ttvri" appointed lo ;m inform the house that lie Senilff
sine of l the law, now in f furci, < the TIT '
re {iiiiing on pn'nof : priced lo lIlt Hnll inl live mlnu;
This amount, less the amount for which! lanJ hat teen adveitisedfor C.1I'clor' WIO\IMI.VV ( -s.
ule, i in due, and will, no doubt, be paid flU the 'fourth Monday in by losing the fourth(heir cnm:1issiul: in ,NovemVr.lo ply!into tho! Tr.'is'iry all the taxes Tho Scnafc, n.t. l puiMiant to, al I the cxpiratio t 'icf which tim* the Senate prow cetIcJ I to the IIou(.

his month ; and it is believed enough will conte in !to pay off all of I mi ;!"s no exception incase ci:tie.1: as Chaplain. A he return of the late election for Governor were then opened
taxes( land adicilised
; 0: < and it titl'l m lil when the taxesraided quotum publish! tilt J lion.(
be liabilities ofibe Slaw which are outstanding; at this date. by Spiakcr of the House of Representatives,
JL'stt'rd.l'uc and
-. by the sale i lit such lands shall be p:u I over It l til be rf]';'tuvod.Mr. ihe totes haling been
fCl'm counted the lion.
the 1 Charles A. Tweed Scrntor Speaker thereupon dos!
U 'i understanding and I suppose the correct 1 one, l lh.il! 1 properly i IS :: 'that! Genctai: Th l Brown
take this occasion to remark that He several Tax Collectors of to be axed(: 'for I the seated Lis l'crtilie:1lo, 3uJ was duly alas had received the 'highest uuni.
lot current unless it
; the State have, without exception thus far, exhibited a zeal aid prior to the frost t of M rch. That year \:1 within t!! county! Justice of the Peace. voles for the; office of GouMiuur of the Stale of Florida.

promptness in the discharge of their responsible duties, worthy of ed lo (say) the first of May, and it tin might! ,boul cPIIiinl. !'e.. extend Mr. Sanderson moved thai the Senate returned their Chamber.
mil I root and believe that will! fail the 11 \ for a (..l1o'ing'ns received read and
1 praise. no one by fourth I a statement of 1 the amount each referred to Ibo CoujniilHro
half lax on properly coming in after tint date and paid I
rie' 'sn
) 'o : ) the
: in this month dollar due from him Judiciary :
Monday- to pay every at (hat time. first of October or Ym'cmbcr.-\ law of last the Stulo 1 fir mileage: and a'.tendaacn:
We hare been very successful in the collection of arrears due session provided time ofhe. OFFIce n}' TUB SECkKTABr
term \ I each STATE
ih.it any deeming! himself illegally taxed curt : ( or )
t :. tho .State'as Hill appear by reference I the items (above) under the Ciicuit person Court for relief. Mo such is might apply to each witness, iu the respective Capitol, Tallahassee, Dec. 1, 1843. J
right given to the State
the head g receipts. A few accounts of that class are till open, but fiscal Honorable President of the Senate:
sho feel herself past year.
wll'n decision
.40 may aggrieved by a of the Board of
are in of settlement. :-In compliance with
process Which motion a resolution of the Senate
County Commissioners. I prevailed.Mr. paSietf o.
t ; ,' S The total amount of general revenue assessed for 1819, ((801,. suggest tlc passage of a law for thltpurpole.There Avery moved that the Senate 'r 29lh, I herewith enclose a copy of the "bill amandinjj: the
arc a and
r 144 10,) is an increase of about 18 I.: per cent oter that of last city and income not now taxed great, but many which persons, in all justice species, should 6f prop.he Printer, at a compensation, to be ( passed at tho I last session of ihe General 1 Asseubly,"
The ,
assessment has fallen off in
year. ono or two countries-in Which motion as requested. ,
in order 'to make the prevailed.Mr. .
two or increase.three it is about tbo same-but generally there is a considcrable addition;; might taxes: be more undo equable.to our revenue By) taxing, almost them,without a considerable Crawford nominated Joseph will bo perceived, ,the certificate relative- to the paLjj'cation l f : of

t r being felt, and, if found in practice to reduction Mr. Ghent nominated S. ,S. Sibley.Mr. |amendment, merely stales the facts,as falVfttrroefpf. publics!
Ai regards expenditure, the item of criminal; } wqf wcl a might without
prosecutions and the be made on Mosclcy nominated 'tBa.rllc saying whether or not it was published r ia"accordanco
'j; expenses of the Circuit Courts continue, l lu c. Under this head discovered property which; ted.-Occsiona/y taxable pro- The'oe) was as follows the requirements of the Constitution. .TTbu.u. done, because
' the following accounts hare been the party ) \& auesed for previous :
paid during in he
: past jear, : ) years. Provision should made that in such For Clisby-Mr. President, ) ( newspapers not be ing Within ibetimo required,
for cases,
1. Fees Solicitors services L
prior to tire any bo considered whether the
passage Lorimer Sanderson publication the
Tax Cufector of D. J. Smith, tar I pamphlet laws
a of the law giriBg; them a abry, $72000 back dues. lh proper county may US(1 collect such ,For Sibley Messrs. Aldrich and Ibis I leave to iho determination of hooorablo
largo proportion of tho taxes your
y 2, Salaries of do since. January, 1848, 2,400 00 very upon polls For Bartlett
arc lost annually, the insolvencies of the -Messrs. Aus'in,
j 5 i ; .! ? 3. Cost of clerks, sheriffi, bailiffs witnesses, rent of through parties. Perhapscoinc Mr. Very
Clisby respectfully
be devised the was _
c plan by Legislature to his.( duly
may prevent
and tho ,f .
Court.Houses contingent t Courts A.
0.5G9 90
Ontnolion MAXWELL
1 have tho honor be Mr. Sanderson tho Secretary of SloU.
& to very respectfully, your ob't serv't, ,
4. and state witnesses ostimi
$. et, Pay ofjurors (as per a SIMON. TOWLE. question of printing 250 copies of the j motion. of Mr. Moseley, the Senate adjourned uutjl l lo-focrrW

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flinching rtrppor; fCiwrTWhal a pretty cabinet try.----Win.---- II/W8cbeil Wisconsin Rappahanoocfc .Academjr :: 31c1 Jo ill ftijiieum ol iuudiiig IMe fjro.eaioi.T .
ffiuiiORIDIAN. thii would aske'f irgnin-; **_* y gy* "gfr ** ;. *
FedetVt whig tilting side by to purchase farnfnear Sheooygan, and ct- AND MILITARY" INSTITUTE, VIRGINIA. mITTS treat moral Painrfnjr, wlueh cost fifWnJL HE subscriber, one of t he' VicE Pre JdfeBf,,tHd

fide with nullifying dmocratal' The chance for tie there. James Cantwenolhcr]] Refugee, thousand dollar-, embrieiirj; 81 characters, all of the corresponding CTXBnnilee.Wkiild beg

I fcCT ''V AtOME. *' harmony would be about u great as it was in Babel. goes with him7. Mr. McClenelmn late Editor T HIS Institution, which is under an efficient full size ol tile, upon 2tJ s-piarp fed of canvass, leave to call the attention hi$ profrs ional berth
There ran be no dou'd but that Gen. TATAR'S lloard of t Tru.teesJ and has been incorporated eioanatinjfromphe Hlli and l&th rcTs? H IbeSIMchailerof rcn, sad urge Upon them, the nrrmitjr rf h Slat
shown position of the Limerick Reporter, is in New York city, about thirty-seven reals, is situated in Caroline co, ; Matthew's fowprl, will b* exhibited at Medical Society. Convinced Le i is, cf I fhe jinpor*
?aj5urdaytj ecember 2, 1848.THVK a* by such upcoulations in rcferen- wiih! a wife and four childrnn, and needs employ Virginia, about 15 miles below Fredericksbnrjr, in MONT1CF.LLO on MONDAY NIGHT, 27lh inl., (anceol such &n institution at the present moment t

to his Cabinet, as well as by the total opposition to John B. Dillon, another Refugee in New- the midst of an intelligent and desirable *Wtion ol and alo during Ihe day and cfpninjof TResdjJ, the it mould tend lo elevate the |rofiMon, and fo Vast

POf.LK A VEAH, l> Al>VAMCF each other rf different wings of those who supported York, intends to practice law. country. The location hu Ion;* been proverbial 2Sth instant. Improvement in the te.iog) ] art. Far rtcicved, M

TEJM g bin, will be a most difficult one. Il could bootherwise. being pfrftelly tiralthyaf nil seasons nfte pear; f* At Madicon, on \Vedne
:iiOllCE -TIc Iv. THoMAS GAIIDKI.R will When not Coircpondtnce uf lhe Halltmuie fun.WASHINGTON retiredbeingentiult in thecounfryandcon efjurnfly and at nizht from 7 to 1>. Course with I learned.able arid practical pen cf high
a man i* clio en f.T certain put removed from the rntcrruptic.ns incident to pnMic! At Troupville. on Thi'irsdiy. Iatib, same >onr *iindirvg m |he prole-xion, we arc filled upon Iron
h in th* MrlhoJist Protestcnt Church in T.lijk l- po e*, and for diflcrent purpo es by different men, Nov. 2i>:Mi, sq. i.1acce-tet utficieitlj nor to all the ptiblie ron'rs At Thoma ville, on Fi id.iv. December Isame hours. high coniiJcralrons of rnpor.ibililj (o unite In r*

<'f on Suxl'y nest, the 3vl jnt4., al 3 o'clock inj he bein- uncommitted as to w hat he will do. and hii .Mr. I'uiliurm list Icil the city fir a feoints. The building* At Hinduidjeon: Saturdit.. ** -i, same hour crtiorvs to free the profession from the Mpef>icAs cast
views preparatory Iolhcsc4-i.i! on the Ith oil March when erected cxprem'y! lor rJie rt'rposes of the erhinol are At Jumoy, on Mundat 4.same hour upon il by Charlatan and superficial recq.

E.e raocn. ____ ._ -- b-ing wholly unknown, it i i4 imjH ihle bnt ho guts i.itJ; di nilicd r.-tinlmi.f He hs4, perchance hui'l' of lrick, three ui number, containing Itncc or N. n. In every ptoceof r\lii!>itie.na Iwcture will While it It acknowledged that European |1hv.

UcRTwilJdeluera Ix-clure on Monday that he should disappoint some of them. The f\ rrnition an elegant country e.il, noar Lancaster, lour roe i.ation rcwina, Library room with a LiSrary I be delivered at rtj and 7j o'clock descriptive! the dana d<> tnrpass, in classical education, and in vari

j of hn cabinet will be the fist t (oeca4ii on where lie will i njot thai >j-e and luir.c*, and diTtniloriurt.ient to sccpnimodate ti-\t. uitjert.mondchrietersi'y Mr. Morrh, of New ely, depth, and extent of erudition, many of pi-it I
,cenift: next, at? fliP Hill of l Ihe Houio ol Rej rcben- which ins various friends will what unknown to him y'uoscrueslhe| StVe.I5o4i ttrn coinfcrt about 7", board.. The York. Admi<4imi recent*; children and servants in acuteiiejs qf penetration and promptness fffenr*
see will lie the
the i'Jijec< of MCSUEBI, &e. We anjkiccd 1. Nov. 25.1< 45. ID dish r *onree, in the use ef means that are accurately

,ttjr(1: he '* ;,rokitit >n the science, and that hi, complexion ofhi. administration. Hence, it i is Jock his democracy will La in tja9'r olVtncy} ; ii ,{tln't! The pt.o t crontds arfund, the bntldi" are i .trr. ive, adapted lo the end, in the treatment of the diseases

ej lo with more than uusl l anxiolt an-1 will be, we ,' >rsi" cfca4on.ilifrci'e (ifS it in tlt| poitic{ of the gal well I aol orteit to t lii; pnrpon of ,cereal n Saddlery c1JarnessESTABLISHMENT. ol our climate, w* are perhaps not as deficient as

lfr: ;' will beigtIifl'Cflsti'1g.Governor's doubt not the starting; point ci hiara.sing .isiflect ion day. He shoiiMo maniac 34 to within sight cflhe The c'.tor'e tf unit ruction I will t tnibrncc rll t t the many purpose.; Njcesjiljr if the i'ronje-l incentive

MI'Ssie.I amen; his followrr! I ttmitl: mfictl" m, I"' >. for t IhedemorriN are not brai< lio; .if a ti! ,i..uh II i.IihCIt44ical and Mat to e\.-rtii n, and in all lit tendencies is oriiirwl ant

(501115 into anollur Pi o 4.d-iiti! con'.j.t without a lim tiel eilii afiuri, corahinrd! u.lli in>!nirlnm inMiitiy

r ale one fine |oiir-4-at Rork- mtcnfive. A hrge proprrlion pf those who toil i it*

ft)? annual rrvssaga of Gor. MOSKLEV will The mode cf nominee who can rarrt P< nntlvaiiiaMr. Ta-li- In aodonee with this di! isn.a JL" Carriao sail Harriet ; lhr f fine 17'ir.ioi ihe tro.L-4on among u*. are sn silqafrd as to cr.tn

lhe first p3g e <)four paper to.day.itj electing the President and Walker will ijnil; politic; aiti .1-vote himself distinguished, "radii tie of I the !Miiitarv I In-tilute at w ilhout top., snooog; pi rchc. and l harness. A'4 .a wind few of I he ordinary ad vantages enjrfrd [n larg*
1* fcund on Vice President of ilosu United State* is compre- to lln. practice ot! Utt in lluFnilrd Stit'u SiIt.rofliP Iinzton.: Va., h a* been 'elected lo instruct Iheca- fine rrfmenl of ,;.iokthet. Kridle; TruiA, Valice. and populou cities l by the profession. and they are

I i' a dqitneflt ttliich we most checrfulltointiicnd hen hey! Mated in the Couit. I hate no doubt tl.at he will hare much del m Tactic and a'et'n!- vl'are ol the Mjthciiiilic. Carpet P.32, Coach, !Hu. zv, and) Vatn Hjrr.e, hence driven mainly upon their own resource Out

in the' attention of men of nil Philadelphia Ledger. employment in thccomnxrci.il and hotriecj which ) I IK'p.ort meet. The u introduction, of t thi. 4 rem has Spring, Ax' |I.'. Patent I.onth. r. Licet 'it at kinds.toIheri. i.niiii'' not eDtetblud: l'y an undue reverence for torhorijv .

par. The electors who were chosen on the ?lh instant are coa tantlt arinzMr ., on on.i; t, (fren iy>e: ia'-.>. Ii. C'.nme mint iI. s. [( gives at erj flittering account of our assemble in the Marcy li.nln.-en lam e .inxii U4 tor-tire Ire-, p. :intjes. I lo'ilI to ts t'ro'ioi.tcct toU, lb en, Toiflitinflt uuiillsi 'keIt an 04lal>liUmcnt of hits kii.dat prices tiIi omnw irn.rea.oionjJcicjIjn! nrrIighta. ft.

and measures of capitals of their reipac- the tlrjJ:erv of hi* 'ince, and Ii2s no ani'ntion ever t regular ho.h.ly cavroie la :ahit.ori dril 4. with IheCoii'4 ti. s ut the limt-4. 4 important that tve watch, iaterote Snd 'crulinic

nSut% prorwikes great live Stale on the first Wednesday in Decem. to (let anotlur.Mr :- of tndt, nillti>rit Itnii-icr itt. rfi ioz with D. H. HULL naliii e, as exhibited in the morbid state. Thai

j j maance to OUr continued prosperity. Wivs3 her, and vote for the ('ave Johnson ttfl" dr irr U4f rotirirc a tear the tune dctoted to the Ijllrr. The rr iihntt in Novcrn'ier2't, 1Sh. l 1'J itid I ii i'pcrac.yuIer ham.and at hers. beer naince

occasion hereafter to fpoak of these randidHtosofthcirchoice.llatiujj ; ) ao, and, at one tune, conteraji! itinl t,-.oiZiat ion the out!: diitii4 ol (!h. |"in| tiri, irt jomei'.par- .ire rmm >rtali/.r I on the page of medical bislory.A .-

: : have recorded their vote, copies of it arc He has not the stib1tst! wish h to r.'mssn. Mr. Mason Iieul.ulva4 tn rt.ir..r. rrtirini. limir, oil? IPO .1..oTrill.. Family Groceries. medicine principally Consists l in the knowlrdga

.( ;5tT'"h. The message ;Is, on the \tlmle, made, and forwarded lo Wavhin wouM, in tact' of I theelicli'ii CJ-K, have Iwnn &f Ci.n
l esl Stain \\liich 1m tnn liyspechi sent on a loreisrn riin-iion. Sone per4n4 siy that hS t* rf ir.c'l.i-I aTi.lconi rut f.rm ('. :tn.l an accu- IUST 4'i' SirrrU (fanuIy Flour, our *-n (,ae of the > papers yet messenger iicf.ira the first Wednesday in Mr. Polk will nominate him for J'.nshr.d at thu becmiiin rite ii rif :.t ol.riitrtt lit Mlii-pt. wliiih d 'orpiinr. .l') J superior; lin-cle-J tq thus objocf.Li .

:Boated fiom the pen of our present }'xecii- The Cl| the S4>%<-n, in the ;place ii I Mr. P.. ncri.ft. 1 thii n.ttion' of the 41'ideiit' in !t.mi cb 4 an I n tie Jli.ttir anal S.1.i Crn kcr4, t iu, thcrebrr, qoiic r>Jr lest etTorls and eme**
f votes of all|| the Slates arc opndon whowi-hes to return home : but this is Iii,t at tall raid.. mr4 to intnxljce the study ard practice of pliy
flick he.if in Rooio
s ,
_______________________ the secotuMVcdoesday of February prriluble. j Student can litre fidlt rmnplrlr Ilieir stdir.i. bej Ei li-ti Dairy;, Cl. -e4 sir, that hi. h and refined du.gteoof reason and phi
.\clu has been fonh ho the rob'ioraof Patent j prepared Ii r ant of the sihi! .owed rlas.oe. ii Cth-c, article I wphv, without winch iti i* so far from >anVHditig
of the in the of both Gtshen Piittpr. [a MI.;) riif ,]
Report Comptroller. ;jfrifiicd Houvo Congress fTice. Autlipnti information hisbet-n received IIT INT litUxl ll.itn lul4idlhat il b<*c.>mein
; I or |u fitter at ortci-11;:on It ul a pro- Alm n-N! and K.H-IP. reality a puUJc seotirftr.

L4 Is mutter ff general intorrst, \vc liarejuWisbed and I ho person* hat iuig a nnjority ofthc \\ hole the coternmpnt showing! that the pclicrcf New-j j le.*i'i i, it l'io! a< It' .* d tin -. 11 t Iif... It is a !:\ed l ai.d R-o, I2iur i, and .'.it a Ci>l"V?, Every m'mVr of' society ismtercMrJ in the hit?
Y< rk lud struck their trail. u.itarvint: ; rule Ih.r I cry l.rinrh (ti..Ii.oh at liei sat.- br aia'dimi of our prof.-s.icri,:<>r ever? >cri>onha* health'
for (
I ho al of number I Ciu4'id and Powd'r.d S.i.ar.
> e nielo-eteirs
!; toJ.Ajr report CmnplroljcrT are declared to bo this With rare precaution the roTibt! 5 ci;< the wire 'i '.-hoi:. it tit bo wet! aii-1 iarruii( tti-licd l'.i .ec J. :M. %WILLIAM. either to prescese or lo regain.

I , the ruzht ol the robberv. If thev had cut bit ('rip. Sri- levi. antI care M Z.d.o'mi: lit nviro dili.'rnce and? hcfarontecanl anon; r.cn wl.oenjoy rnbiMt health,
i liir) reader will}\ learn from it that the IVcincfi American.fiom if rnijhf hate inlitnitiil the direction tok. arnon. meiiraiile pali nfand that 1.1
Ihet J itn;>r.tvrr.i-I: on I i part ul I Ii- )iu:>il. I'.io c! jet Tax Collectcr's Sale. nonj portion
I of the State are in a most pri>*permicondition. Some of thecircnin-lancf.ftf Ihe ro'iVr.m; I io lofcl.ow aini't, | ti"! J'iri'-i: ,',d :n tin hilt rn tt o.'datt'.,, of tic i ITT fraternity who! avail lhrm ilvrs of it asa shelter
fif ft'aentina'i llmrgiiw, J\s 3? Hut t Iho pt-r-ion* tvtrr pri>le-i<'tnl ..onti..iI fortijn 'to..l, it, tu a'ruOri tie .tikit4 to habits cine B Y virtue ..f the authority veiled in mo by law, II (mill tli.' reproach of their ignorance and blunder
j We ar proliaMy at lhi noinnt AI1R1VL! CK Till: CAMIJRIA education. j : hio !, niatni.,,. azot ;ot&micltiatity. I i bate thi djt lrtid upon, and w ill i-cpcse fir With nil its imperfect ion* and uncertainty, medicini*
AT NFAY YORK Mr I'.ilk and Mr. V.'.d' b th rm.'v C \ 4jlr.bff rc tli'- r.iirt I JJou T ... in thecity t i-f Tau4-!! can 'itl? iilclaim! a of iaciplos iloc
entirety *'III' of drlt' tf viili a inall irpm! onband. < >r are fr o.t. ',t jhjSe the edocali.i-i <>l It. ni:'i mini t'if rriati > | body and
siviiiivai: : : I.ATI::< FKOM iriopi: : ) : cue,*. Tne no,4j' i4 T irlv ttrop-M ,!l. it i< t.'i !, n '4! jrojnr li' ,.J* 'ot! siobo. more CJT U-iU at- *. e, "n the firtl: indtt 1.1 M rch nr.. the fo'low- ( iri.usemiieriiy! cn.'jijrd to con tWence. tf tteCouldtn

: This position of atTtir* u ill ln a n>urc'- At I 10( o4? it to Le oj.eriije| acj believe it incipaVwft

pf rrat pride and gratification to e'-erv citi- fion Charleston at mea'trt'. \Vallcer Tieji> for tie! year II", to bo'n.: red'Jct-J lo rides! and printiplrs, il would rwnnliko '

if O our 01 respondent, aniionncitj" tx neatly fliishii'd., u ili thnr in'ti ,: jra of our S'ale. Ihcarriial oil the sieairn-r Carnliria I st4it: aTtc.itiiHi. Out of SI-IICM-! li< tire, at the t.it.te. 'K ; :.' r.an.hElSEJ. Sec rv j *; \v 4.5Vf ,-rate into a herd! ot ionanetmpiiic ardI

at Nf\v York l o-i S.itirrd.iy ntorniu The fn\\ Ttf JJ'efltrn Retiree *f (J'ia.-Tlss (ohlovcinxis and uiid-r all circu'r.cr-iii-c", tin > are riiuif; 'o Tel 11. all ii T I. R 3, N" sit I* ci. ?.ijiinZ ilacre > I impcstnri. ard instead of being protected aral fos.

The General A eniily! iwl ojj MoridRt !ou-j"ii Jsi riuinrr: f the news, liroiflj) lit the toleof the W extern Ile.ert e countic ot (iLio : jiid rQud'irl t emmosolset! a< -,u'hmii! : ii, ao! f:itri> the val<> rl I njirnm 1U- tired, they ought not even to bo tolerated by a si'i #

h'lt both) louses ziit I her : J -vie!) Itt number : c n.J ;ct.-J upoit t HUM- princi-l-i| Th.- sjifri. eat, di-ce.n, d, ic the csi.lt! rf 11. \V. nraJt-n.de- go.irnrner.t. 11| it were pciiIU, li err !
list were urbanizedn'fltl
Tayhr. C.tsa. 1"za Rirm j ru>nl it thf school \\.ll !hoe p.irc.t: :>l in ito clnrarl r. 'C3-ttl laiJtht I'riion lr! .i'; ->f l I'loitd.*. aji-ie as a M-icnce and an art. it woud! jlilll

e follow inj day. In the Senate, tie ('()MM lRCI.: 1.. Ge'ia, s,7-i t, |:r>1 ai.t I It.! .- o'ojoct cf tic! Prririjiil w iil lwt t to; ki.pthr JAMFS v.". snnavoon.T !: l lot' impu-r'ie to suppress) ; tie instinctive ftelinttt >4rninkind

- I' of (;.iyih =a. iv;; yr.i 2Vi i 4f J.'tiN a- much JH jxwu'ilc? ,uiuji tic: iifl 'c-ice: t .x As- ts T an I Ctt'eer!! Lco-i ('oeir.tv. and of C';n-o picncc a much greats nairn'
Tn of N.KOBII Cotton
, Jlon. C.: P. 'KY, %vas liaiaii.tisotsi rices in I.itcrpool arc reprrson- trminioiLh, i't: ;', 1I' 2.t ,I I*.iHits .1! a v.t-11 reznl4tttl f.im-ly. M' or.il inil-i.; .1 T ynreribI:?: I-I'- I '' l l.r oficliins would I be sacrificed l.t the pretensions

Chwen; Prusiieiii: and (*IIAKI.KSV.. led :i> firm and lh- rnaiket steuy.! I In some XsMa'juU, IfXi -t-i -' u ; ,I ;ur4>n.it p aol* jco aJ j inii.t blip \\i\i\ IKrn- re ird of rjnorance ant cupiJily. Ptrlnit me In say inC

of ll.e Inst instance there had I wen a slight advance on I.ak ', I I I Oti !i.- iiM.n| l<> C)4eI4 t>,i.I t.-txlHiin. ami iran.oral NEW GOODS.HA ,,,) IIMKMI, the ,tai>Jjf J of hope it planted on Iho

. DowN1'cG, E.q., Secretary Senate.TJ Mme d<- :; ,iiois nf A tulerica ii. Modirn. 11V. 1c17 1177Mjlumia character, than mere corrpul-ion, nr Ihe r T !lition* citadel of dfath-Jcl ueIhio'n. as a body, on the Grid

unanin: ou'l y re-clrcted to )hii i former The of ( -, 7IS tilt I0i i of the school jinn AT cntuot is dnlk<*pt inej 1EJc; ( ; : ii. tIIGINNISS Hi.n.1-iv in Janmrt uekl, in the city ot Tallahassee(
iinp.irt 'ram into Lhcrpool and ''i -4fiiihiand! unite in organizing, in order to e > .
d-parlme.it; ol cry recitjtion and cxeroj.p.\ ns email a-no-trrcnl of seasonatole! uoteracnl'C
is marked but terr\iii! a
This other
r<*t. a romrftment ports an increa&iuig. The kets of death.
; mat are Total 7,7V) Itl.f.Vi tO.roj. sihL a* o} !eT4.Sttmolfl; ao? e.irh tltidrntVtamSi- s $1. whrcli he i-Ctrs forale at reduced prire atages
to our young anJ talcsjU'd! friend from well I hirpplied!, and purchases rnnde only for Vm *,--iiVtn3Jrt ilt over Tat lor tl23 ; tie. covet I d Itrnun' d hromparin it with tie mixrn.nmj vi/; : DAVID 1,. WHITC, Sa.Ti'iino .

pressing \\taut- TLo Julon, wheat is now Cass 0/.23. j u-j.n'H-r of r ent tn rk*-*u'>j. ct In a di irtion fur *, 1'Z-re' anol fllaokcts, -- *i_.-r/icrr.Mor- --- -is.---J5-J- .*. I?- 4t
:3s. 7d.; In l l'.Ii, the aboverie.itiet g lea. Ihrrin.I7.V I :tb4'lietto.1 rn'l! cII, r<-cit. ioi*. n.iist.bavur.! N.mkia C vtton O-'i.a'ti'irz. > Bacon Flour 6cc.

'. The Hofl'e was organized lir tL! election >7 ; Van Huron M, H l J.VOTKOKT11E ie. IVorn li4re! arcxint-i. ri'M>ris rc nine-! o-st Lnd Oor.ria Cotta Yarn anti OanaiUrg', ..' ,
-' nii.\\r; : Setil to the pnr> nt ficrln rnorti m mrh a w>\ :, amiii Catirot's, ; CdSK ; CLEAR DACON SIDES,
cflbe Hon. I B.) A. I'ITMJJ: (,fSt.raer Jom! as PR'XriP.\LCmK'5.' I ; o) 10 CliMe
JH to prent ill pro-n 4 .,f r'.- ;pupil; t ine.o:> 'uaneh C.w'mior' ai.i l M n4in
and the re-election of \% M. 15. LoCi'TEtt Ireland i is q-iiet, with! tlie rx *eption of some Th folloxnns is ho vole f. r. Pritdi.nt in the ol tudy,his moral department, his sttcnl: ,n ta study. Can ''tinirj, Cassiniers. cc.AL Ii. i(4dtioV!,

diinculli.-s h'ets'e'i the landlords and! tenant toot principal eltiet"f tie Union': nool hi, rner.tl .taoin4.! O- & Appie- 41.keu.s

E*q., Chief.Secretary. IT\L\ .-.\n iiKurrection, Inoke Jilt at Gen Taow L'a's I'an Rarrn.H To t perron1 si di-t4iici, it may ln a* well t<; say, JiiiiW5? Hits, Cat*. Shoe, &.-. .1. Leal Lard.

I Little business has; as yet been introduced a on the CHh): nil. l,etwen the Milanese! lhltimorc'. 10.741 .! U5 ti tit: lie! *tti.i xt att< nMi: \\ili I b., | .ud !u the < It-lbt-*. A That article of Fnder*. 1 Vc.ern Putter.
i.ti4. &e. (it the sloohits- tail in 4.1 sikne..o 2 harrrls irti PP C' rfrecc.'rrj
c.se ami Fi 'i
t'tothtodo.t.hia It 21 ?irtt.r-o >!if Fin d Lamr, ; ,
.-:bc duty of organizing, ob-erting! Thank*. and the |ifoiii<*. A proclam:uion has lieeni New Yoitk; 2 cJt- Iti.lP3 : .li.., the !i't-i will I I heritnorcd ti> I he r lioitwof the Prinriil. An a-os.rtzaent;pat of Woodman- rdvt re. CrockNotettiber .hti.t p. r Siif. Talljli3.- and (o if!

"ivin". and counting the \ues! fir tlovemor, I i istietl l Iiy .'uIas.ino., who \\.nll head the rev. i.I27 rE.7 h" where thot will receive eti ry mot. :ujcpri that 5r r. by McNCGllf &. OIMONl.New2o.rf .

t n otiion.GKK.MANY! : tiict: could pi'' il't| rtffiti at i i.tiC. Is*. I I I** November 2 IIEi. 1')
ic hiring con umrd nearly the entire \\eek. 'I IK *t'ij< ntn wen uiituri l.iri! is
: a : ;i, tt \ nrotidcdl
; : AND DIIVMARK.) ; 11ulo'' APuiio'zit'. Foe'Z.-'l'l: I'.nri. Gnnny Cloth.A .
l ll.rin at liech"! I. it huieh thai the GOODS.TT.tIN"
The business of the session will commence ;< chap<-r NEW .
Danes are said lo be willing to make piacew $.\lvat.iin! says :-" II liny do our Southern ordinary drej, mint obtutr* the ners itv if rr.tir'i! SM\LL supply, EXTRA HEAVY, dally e'

ant week in good earnest.CCrTlie illi Gernnnv.KGJ.Ni; % hiftit-ids gf>"d to knowtlnt tlu\gieat: tms other clothing. They .!iuuld cotae from Lorr.c pro- reruirrol hiv riccr.t arrivilo our faTJ >upJ. 2\. Iecteiii for sale br

). Tho Cholera is f Hers ,' ,. of the abolitionis's of the western counties of tided with! a'jont f slnrt<.ij totes of cotton a-id t irn JL pIi4, our sr.ci of jTond 14 srey complete; and lien AUCIITN'ewporf 1k CflMOND.

Legislature was in joint tcs i nmterJay uoidiiig iii EiiIatid. Pennsylvania, \\ him, Lave not votd with the o.k.;, 4 pair* draper iJ loui-l. 1 or 4 Landkerc.uf4 cninrjcMi-tert article mually netdfd bt theplaater, November 15, 15-IS 19
. 3 orZ if ii.es l >t hair l.rtiih
;pair o- H *, mo-hanir.
counting the iutei giien at the re- Our dispatch Kays that the Btcarner Her- Whigs in many years, vot< d, willi:; but few excepiions o.>iji'., mc-iduij yaaii.hs| i.r. Knrif nrtirfr nit,n-i or-f4 in ;pirt "f the fully.tinj articles! : i Executor's Sale*

cDt State election for Governor. After thecaavaM mum sailed on the Ut. Nov. for Tor.! 0:1: 'l'imeI.iy lavt."' ihtinctymirknl irilh floe on-ntr'n name in fool Carlen ;and fi11 Sect!... \viLL.on tVFNEitie2Cth day of DV

. the of the Upuii the SjJi'jatli the klu lent* arc req'iireJ l to at- lion and Steel, all -17." : Cut and U'rouzht Kail* L cemLer nof, e1I! to Jhs hihitt! Lidde'r. at th*
was completed, Speaker
| tenet rhi'arch-aro in Ihe. etonin instruitid in a (II). ; 'h'-.i.ths. llo<- A\e!'.S|'idrt, and Sloowo-lo. Si. paitati! pf the late llcrpniin GWiitfisx ?'
House announced that THOMAS I'KOXVX had SKCOMI DEtr.4rr1I.-.t 10 minutes nfer i: XL*?.i Jior WILD ciiEnr.Y.-This nu: of J'i!>!c L" aitdcvcrv n u-c.l l thiro.v .
procau'i' <> 'ver ear Kettles, snorted i7t* ; Dipper and kiiiuners. Micc*>4<) iki Lake, all} the pcrhaUe! prop f ty **
received of the and I((1. we receited a second oiiiv' r'K_ .' tnfiiienrc.: Each Tin Wire a ood -rrtmo-it, I.jnsinto the estate cf Benjamin G. \Varin dec .

a twaj-irity votes, was some furtiicr incllige! hrvi ht by the cam, recomrncnJ vvilh confileiice! to all who are afftcted I ttudent must colic trot idod wit h a liihU. rarpenferI'l c-mitl.! Coopers, and Masons .'axil. consis'in of Cern, Fcnller, Srttp, S.ve tPotatiK4.

4* tbireforo Governor elect of the State of Flo- Cambria. wiih CiHijL", CoMscr ConsuI,1litn.or, who i I The ne\t M-ion will comrnince on Wednesday looN r.Iarkii: Pljid4. Krrseiia. Osn-lmrg*, &c., stud Cattle, ftock Ito;*, Siitep,
| the 3d day of Janinry IS I u, and close at ( Chntc Soes. toot, and "vi'!Ul'-rt. Hor c.. Mutt. Plantation Cfecjuja of every dcscrip
liji.i Intelligence from ,Vi *ntia to the 4th Nov. are 1ic4isiHed loh latter cwnij-Uini. Il t.os been i ;tith a aation, during; Iho ir.o.itliiof Atua>f and I Hit*. Cap4. and Il.-ad--in-ulo CJi>llii: I, lion, !nr'living or-* Jood Fifty Saw Gin, Sec. &d:.

represents the cfa' perfectly tranquil.The .-. n' Jith nimiderable al, a'i-1 Hti'ilo.vV.iro! } &". &.c. *.-.. which we At the same time and pjace( the real ejtafe of timE

i Cirlry barricades are nearly all removed, r.nd in town, anti in a ftrw itubb! ra casts has ptoilirol tin-Institution, H do'ar.ril: during Iho taration. The oiTer for sale on c'i.tmnrs t f i nn4and at tIiti 4 to uil i'rv-eje-J \\i\\\\ either tc toLl rf rented for the yea/
terms aro, t'r I the 5.,...'f |i> tao.Mh-, Al!:t > fKlTii McNUiHT( &. OUMOXD. t 119 5uJ all the bflonsif to the
the di armitifj wf tho toetieficial chectsfliwiesttr Iiai! .flrr. the tiecs. ; negroes !; cfato
: This under Col. SPKMTH people going on rapidly. nshh
regiment, pa- i>'A 1111:1-I : t'lde hoard. t.oti.n,tt ashing, ,hurl.taenI. Newport, Notemlu-r 1", I t> IS a!>"iit twcnlv-nin> in number, mil be hired until tb<
Haroti Kothschiid is among the [nskcn er* tics r. uiZ-cti'Mtlurii ea.c.'t timL.! betlditiij. ?tationart. 'pecemher
0 ndedin this city on the 21st! tilt. Their apffarance a 2..th: day rf 1q9.
by the Cambria. l t.ks and cliithin Li.Tit. and b.- 5 * TV! $ highly pccuile! ahho their C.hTIO.-n citin? f-ith the< viitacs tf Dr. -hd hv tio! Principal will f>o char wl < ti
There annum.
have been sales in Liverpool o por T) ECiiVni) per I'.rii Ocilla and other VCM4.U, II. I C. ;%VABE: faectjlof,

eamlicrs) were principally made up from the Carolina IIice at 20! $. i.tai'i a1.aa, iv.. hone nodesire t deceive tLioehn I'uymtnt in all cans Ai// 1/1 oo'pete-aro'l IX. 2>M I'li'Cf Rs zmz. NovetnVr! 1 lr45._15_I Is_
!lancr at the clone rf the sc-if.n. Siuilent who
JrflVrson The Joll vi :i I In*. Hro\vn, Shipley! i: Co's circular arc laboring nnd.T tfHir'ion nor do we tti.h to 2'u 0 coil. K' j e.f.'jj .
companies. quote* rciaia d'lrin; the yaeati.>D xtill Uc eIia.md s-tm|;; per satks S- 'f. for sa'e! bv To Turpentine Dippers,
Ian, Capt. Palmer, made a fine thoxv, and Flour 29! I f;J1 I to : ::4s and IV'x. There was a rtil-si/-! it m''rc tier it j'l-tly m-ettrs. Yet i Len mano. Nostu? I Int tvili ',. r..e.ivo'J fur loicttao ono Liverpool JOHN DCXHAM.Xc TT7"E ;ln ton hand a upply of the proper ioolj

!3re b': i es* ili.in* in Sf. I.tit:5 fliur.Corrorju" to look arcanJ and 5 see the tat amount -uCiiin : ...Sten. and n-> do.dieo..r.i! will !he mid.' f' r ah-rnco, >r t, No n..er 1?. ISt'Salt. 1S \ V for tins bu3in svhicli uoCir for sale.

tbeJefiVrson Klues, Capt. Murphy, eienei| loan was sliitug at t UTJ.) Thereweic aEt I 4itC ocfjiSunrd l tv many cf the dis. j-cs itt 'T fir loarin bf' r the rod of Ihe c.oina, except r.-p ilrNAir.HT ft. ORM02JD.Newport. .
in CJ PS 04| protrtctefl sirkm -. Stu !hit.. bowevi-r
; ,
in Jad-
point of number Nest came the ( a1so citiMisite: siles of Penn xhicli this medifiic! l ti .i |t'r t .a soiicce.t.- November 15. 1S15. IS
vtil be riCtivril at aat lur.o and l ci sr:pii only frcm
An! Cavaliers Ycnlifr and lastly! the fc I that! cju'iol its claims too $ron J -r.-ply ft Turks I-Ian-1 and fironnd -
N Capt. ,, at 05 to 05. ul.tve we unmm ; !c fitno ol oiifn.ice Circular Cutit.num..; r.ore VI.nr.n : Se Island BaggingA .
fiH mucli its favor.Let in-nute d'faU of rr T4cpffn Jy. Loirro-nit. V"., [ \ a irrwll l ll of UOCIv SALT.
Tallahassee Gt nard Lieut. Cal,<-JI. Ve re. I3 or *at in j SMALL LOT for sale! b'
. will LeM 4 to. a it 'it' '1,00.1 ajuili-. >i nt'> th Prim I fir stock t<.r sale lit Jt\
the their rnanl. Other Halj j ; Mcl'iHT &. OflMOD.Newtonnt. .
,, ftt to see the falling "(fin the numbers fiom Ni\v-YcRK M.IIIT.-'liere wero sae poM'M-- < ip.il. 'I InI'. -t O c.of tie\ ..."t.t' I i is Uappahannotk M'-V\tGlT! &. ORMOXD.X.wport. .
** NovoraSer N. 1- IS IS
". nit and attribute it to other at New-Y ik l on Si'irdi\ of 000 buVs C/- jm and luixlurej are onicticies JIUJHod on Aeirfrciy. Can li'ir rint. Vi.fltloTCtifi I Ncecrhir :S tS.Baing I>
year, can loti at prriouj prices. ii: .u.7n-clii f, for the genuine Dr. IWt-irV D. 4jm | 14 madto Woo. iiotoam.: }: i tear Notice,
cause than the fault in the <*nt Militia ncr..oh.uni TalUln %, w ho has a so:! O'f.v at Ito In and Bale Rope.
pre cf IVi'd' Clierrj. Somefur the wM4e of > The Itpro s s.i\; t'nt' the nws J is :>oJ cal- | rN i Iifl pwteship here4.afre axstioz bcttvecn .1,
Law*, in reference to the collection oof fine*. ru'dtt'd fi Mien teiMiHi* market lir Flour. better in tl.i-ir cheme, bo ui.o.-d a pjit ol the ; lad lo Gcn'l Hrown and James 15. Thornton, F* | A FRF. o -- h- .,l with the I .-.
i ; are arfjtiainf ,1itu of the *ch .ol .c.. I'ALII KOi'i:, dn't c\t| ctid bt ciir Talla-
Here number of ci'.izen to .( the jjeiriine, as Ph,rnis P.tn ofClir Wild consent. All persons iiuliliU'-sl lo ra.d firm, are req'Ksted
arc a our \\iiiing The prices of lletlutF: : were rather in favor name aeti liic t.ethh.t.IONL!: hias.o'e. M. N.ttttT i. OIMONL. trill
lo and those demands
'I ," llahiii of Wild Cl.i try,'* C..uifre*,** cr.o.: c nuTLF.R; \. :,:., principal. I-I" 1 IS pay up, hating
" do their duty faithfully while ltremhm'r i. > >. .") 7tpolice.
cf Wild Ciici / i.c. Xr. |
.ce n
f: and there sufiicient law fiirlhe coIrction !-
being no DROKAW'S4r'
'I'iic I'l'i'-,iilcsitjjl CIIfM'tidii..Vfir Re.tiier, tfci'S1"11"1'1"1*' 'hase: llwi -iUnre if MILLER T. D.IFFJI'.

"* of fines-tho c hating charge of the 'irI.r.- \ Tl, ?rjpb.c dopat 7 lj from AIlunt 1. HI" ITS on Jlu ori-ipor.: ; |( Livery & Sale Stable November lf>, Jll] 15 .

. the Ju- I a vi > ili<- t .th'.i!! \ in.: inl !irn.ition .->> t<, the I're'iiotrta..I 1-,'.7t'R tvn-ks alter dato, I -.hall 3t'plv |to the Hon. \ ,
* militia, have not imposed Opon willing c- lo.r siii.t! n. irp.xnn, Jr Drm*.-..,?, T.d.: c1I
rent -M in tr.it; srs L itIb..o: ol Pro' .'f fm Ito Cuf.tt o.f Jrfr-oi! j i:4t.irA'EC, 1t.Otl) (. Notice.
* lies which others could not be obliged to ohi.-tat! and Uiiotiit i.tl ( ts1iaee I). L \I'I I >, NottHirt, Fl<.ii i.i,anti l v 1'rn -
perftrm. rtlurnx rum the wln e rf f i l.ir l late tusell the real c-l ito ..f Mitt l hiruw, ohm- I r |" lin ,i'iOrIftrt have moti-d ti' to (thoir lire-pri elI f Sllin undersigned has taken the estaMiirncrJH !

, A revision of the militia laws in this Ijuuti: luvo !h.n rec.to'd, zuid .i'c lI..iuh1uiingtt"ult i1i : thruimIszt ti C : t.t '?a?' .t. ca'ocJ. J \S. P. Tl'4 Kt.R, brick Stublo, and take th s oppirluiuty; to in heretotort occupied by J. & J. T. D.itEn, arul

: *- ShoruT. ail rr ngiidi.. 'r cf'.oid i cio-. (1.'m t';. ir trifi d4 and t ti"! 1 p':'>!i<* generally of t hoc have pro :ded Ihera-'elves wi'h! an excellent safP*!'
Mrticular, U positively nccessiry to enforce or Tler, ,lAhch: t ii Ji-fii4! Ci unty. IH-C. 2, 1 I- I't t) -.flU.n4'th fart. IJtiic thanktnl lor tin liberal patrotiarc they in thirli e. Tii'l.avet.etietcaticty olVlM>*,

* rcurc any thing like an efficient syMiMii. Vjn Hnrtn, 1 .'J.t4; On the! 2d] nil, bv P. -t. MI. Rice, Mr A>.\ I R. t."ii i. hate heretofore recoititl. they .lcit a ci'ntiirimce LK1ITOUS, and C(1A!( !I. anti are regularly.fotninUeJ -
Ca.t, & '. .itnvI it' l..uiIZiorS o I the fiiZ.ii
o I the oanic, and pledge tbems.lvis! to ;j'-ue np.nn4tor with the best OYSTFIKS which market
CLARK Miss MARTHA Sill I'll, ali of th:. city. come lo
Tat J.f *v,:r Ca.. I Ul.'jViYJIII to. of lVid.l, RjnJ.: >l;>h i. Lf.tH. by Cti>jurnii C. I the accotnrrKHlatii.it ot tho-e who miv jutromuthem. .;
which will l-e scrtcd up in any manner to sit th f
ii Cen. Tajor t.biiuet. Jiyje*> cter Csmt. .ri/7i3: On tin. 3 >th ult by' II. tvU'nt. ClioJ.-e, Mr. C. C. LewM, r'Cl.rwnt Their St iMes arc sift; itt on U'a hip ton taste of (heir ci)-tom-r4. Public patronage is ret

Thii i new becoming the m't t prominent .bjcctfi.Teru'.ation All 4hee iur.tjis 5 sre official exerpl Albany, Cata- srrtit: to, Miss L.'tIiH. ELtzAlr1i; .dhIirci:. R. R.i-rolf. Spare, in the met toiveaivmit: pail of the town, aridfor pectfully solicilcj. Families supplied at t all litnef
: 311.111Hi t: ic. Now VoiU, K"cV.ai! l ammo! U'c.lchestcr.I'tryinin I 1ItEo'.efenLini and all Ihr4 miorrsted are Itcrebj comfi.rt and convenience, they cannot l be sur-
'dii.! IideJ at ohiort notice. JOHN DAFFIN.D.
particulnlj with tlii.e mill ol 1 tin rilv. I } of the .
tioititji4 romnifiirftiieiit if lhi4 ,
-llii. HicLrnord Kn-juirir Iia4 a IjMe iut, pa-itdl hr air Sta''e4? ii the Sou'horu! countv.Noctntwr C. TAYLOR.
Read next rr.- leat .. ----- iiKwahli' lit Ju-tifo Court l lie boIl
> mile h a-id mr : -- a <> Talla-
: oU Ruti } ----- -- ---- ----- --- at
t'in\'ina tl.o nit :: tin E..r 1'41* !"r in all I Incoiintn4 !l. tt. Is November H. 14*. 17
Oftiiurse vari the () TtJ.'t K V. P i"-i-c 01 ||tie I Jsth o.m% ol hi ecu1:. r neat, aad lo >- _
the conjecture arc ai w au \MSIcf bat live, loli'; l.'t'i; i, !t. .it in.: t l.'il" tf Por.'sn.ajonlt aj

.4 ii those who write upon the su'tjwt can ruiVptUa. '.tit I to be (it "ft''itt'. 'r0 Fis'jiirer: (. lre-i 'u t Io' Died I-udd. i.ly at n lle Air, .M/rX\Mf'I: :! J. pf jr and p'ead to the unrIjurrn Tax CojSfector's Sals.BY Notice.rglIIEumersrind a
; ir.di-r hand K--J this
IH-IH f that the majority lathe State for Cn tnl I !Sut int an 27tlnJ.iv ol.wrnUr :: tiitue of the auth. rity vi-te -t of J'ld l'r v.id I itt : !m .
We hare no iJclhat army of 4i** )ur >< IRPA'ARl son o > : in ifi > .ortit ? A. I) "tMS
her will Ixf dt Ica-t fifteen i.imdrod. hate thi4 day h.vicol upon, and will txp-ne l toe Ji. late if Madi wu Comity,deceased, hereby givei S
**esie4 reliable information to justify their conjwJ i! h.< .ie.; JOHN II. P.IIODKS. Conta.lc.!
Jllintit ant .Wixij>fii.-"Ve find the following P c.-m'nr 2. !t.1!,. 20 Hm ate, bclore the Court Htu we therefore understand them qatn4rttrct. ruaJr .!frtidated ClliCluqjtJ, t'ov. I>, ui the Colun.hus eullic iirt l Mr.da> in Jane nozt. Hie fullowine Monday in December next, she will "ppit bretiV

aiJ in accwtJinrc vltfe: the wisio1ePriter -* state .'oiirnaU Jackson Loil.icc, No. 1, 010 Reward-Stop the Thief! property. or S.much thereof 34 will I t j iay the *tao I tion to the Jud?.. of Probate for said County, to Barf

than bin* color authentic All ihrcotintie iti Illinois; are heard from but fif- ILICTIOX: : or i orriri:: *. and County T.IM-S due by the owners thereof for the I her dower in the lands and personal estate of her de*
as any tcfl. and txVlnj! s'in is O.-'il i, but it 14 rot sab.ei.lt. : QitLLN from Ihe und-r. ;noil, ., tt.p teir I" !", tovit : ceajtl l husband allotted and set off to hi r. according
Piubi1itv. Thu. Stti ., tiih f..r ('aso a's! flu'.li'r. RIMULAR MiU'TIX: j id J ...ULH! :.-, N". o _) d! inig'.t, 'iid N.i iti.t r. a dirlj; : Lu.Nts.. 1.). a.i.l part of 17" and 7o, O. P and (ba I AW.

'we refer ta the unbje ore a* a nsttrr of niriijg Ttnrtt-f.r countifsin Mic.i.oiimo.i! save a Wiic /V I 1. will be In Id at the !M:WHIMII I tIt. in t.it: r.tyhi :t:: _: _._ t o I to ,Lh':. aboout cor nie '. ,, h. I!VP.?, N. A. ot Tjllalus :c. bcli-ryir-s to A: o1trs i'ti NANCY OVFT.STREET.irt .
<-vi m i.: Mrin'wr h will | le? ib pum In I Jin i \ .i I i it lit o i Tot th .''mil''!.I. r*, jr u Iron the I IVlir.. Malisaa CmnJy.November Of
nuH' 111c ) Tile State i is comsrtd C.a. bt
J.M showing a straag'- jn > in ;jxiliticalW r.in tt.1.0(11. to i a .1JS4.
their at tend tiff. All JUv.nic iMil'ir- i in g.dlandins i .li.i. :i.iiI l | roJiatdt a Ut whifo! *'.'i|, MH 1m.|; -d K k, I..t Net. i "?, '?, 1. and "S. N. A. rf city ol
*?iet .1[ tiling than Mlh an* jthfr \iv't mil rt jorty. viur citv more ri ijrtfu; U mvilolo rots J r< ta the svl.llo. I Ht h.i. a' -iroi t hi. 1. tt Tjllsl.ai--.et', tvlou inu ti *'''n Ti's F. Mi-rri For Sale.THE .

f tath1t l! |>spfr which hat e |'rofo.s.*J joi te neutra! ..Va'iqna'tv.. ;uuihi'u to.tsv the Mort'go- 4Uid. I5v wnlcrl IIMW.. M. ,J fri jii.! ..'i.vo' the '. ol, r:HIM.d r>jrt a ct olkri \MF.S \v. siuirnvoon.:!

' H tief bat Io.e t.rteol l Ta lr i.a no-part ..nrt Htzt.f TM.. l t.) tin- TIUe"f! lluicljle.'Iho S. S. S1CLCY, Sec'y.Dwnlnr2 tL r. Ito hat .!ooac. iii l.a liter iott ta Imen i.,. TaT \v 'r amid: Colk-clor: for Leon Cwtuity Mjwnber oflVrs for sale his interest in IfS
> .! known \'iare and Tucker plantation.L .
dai"Tra 1.1 lioritt j-1 VodCi. In Is t I. the 2Jik'n as
I-5- MI-I ins In.id. 'ih H.I !I'. I ls O.
:oti .i' iio.e i.a : ? so hula Niseioi'oi r I I", I I'
aJ.Wf mlucj foi him a Ctfb.wt; ol fit.- ino-t mj'ritv wj* I II.Uw ; in t'unr tj.. tote (. r the a-nl >.x > 4i IillT' -. ur mijcj from the AucilU Ferry, on the Augtinrf

!Tiwhi; d\e. The New York 'Jtuor, ii itIi>tfna tliTl mJ? it<4*.' t sii a. !.1'otc. : Flsri lloyui: .Ur.Iiii.rTiox : ilii.r. w. i. |o at.Ut-, w ird v i:1 V urn a (.Jr tie! rerov.rtot Tax Collector's Sale, I oad.a'jovl t;toniy-i? jaiJia (roa Tallahaj ce. arvIhirtfMi <

*.e4 enlirelv, r4 siluig., his tiri.H: lS* nj.! ins aua rro ite v<*te <>f ?.IS,7. BY e nil to any
III-- Ilii-t. Ant nfor.-iuliotj i
Vr.Granger, kixiwn a* the gfjt 1'ro4eri1tiI.uIiI! Tins the tote i it a' toliow* : /A in'n.M; l: iir.Fmvr.: ; ol i n n.Mi: 1 ArrV v't concert nj itht-r, hare tliijTJ it Ii'jt.tl upon, ant will expose lora'e about nyja rct, ol tvbich-p>y clxun is )00 S tear ..t'lar..to lu tMftl 'tallai rn-h-i-.vM1! \tpr tn'>ll\ .1- ,Lcl'ire llu- Ci*rt l'ou-f in the citt ff 7'ajlahao-';
AC53. / Cluj'trr. Xo I will be Itch) at l tie .M I iorohiahi J. R. TUCKER.Monttfcllo. .
Hirnsou" Ca'int. ar.l a* J liaiiu* bittnl! For the -in'xrjilif tirot Jt.'Ilrt ; tr the Tat'r4iotin2 ; IIALHY: '.. a
.It. "r.
..* I. ;.T.! ? 1f.otit.It.; t .-e, on Ihf lir'.l .oumy iri Mir"h next, the lollow154 -
I tlii cilv.oi :M i nj\ ntnaxt.al Novcitiorr 4. ISH Ifi lfeb'49
rtteJ tli%t be caisl.t nit rwinrtMe; Ihe ttoiL ofbirure tie' i t :;. 't-riakiuia a'') ,er.izate tot ( l ': antI in alhetmdai.e i i4 u.n.l.! f'v .id. |i..l. ti' r i. 1M- VJ .Itj fro,'irty, en ?-> much luri! f as will pay the _
fjllin ofrir.un lh.- tt. ,.f ic t lt of lull's.i cluck. I'unctiul ro ; ;
4eMltlUIl( retiring (r.rn o.lke. !Jioo- Hie a t ofthell. P. J. 1 15 T.VLOlSer. S.X! I comIf.. *5itiand| ( uonty Ta\i-s due thcfcoa fur the tear Mules Mules !)
inert -d in C |> jnd the democratic
tiM 4
The wl.tjti ,
k sIectioa ? Ifit itAkl; I)ccer.ihcr 2, 1 '. t- O) -' -- IM I.tn wit : rgi U C 4u!, cnber oflert fir Ie } 4'.fl 5)
n.iarty; t .tc has decrea H > <'A. For r/cw York. Irti NIH.!. 10. 11 '.2. i-iSocSn T 1. R 1. Nand Jl taunj JJULKS. Tcrrt. sash or apperYuI

wuLl s2at! iNV-lrc-J in in\ .1 cry *\t itfi ('nodiq.-k.lttrtiq ftf l4>e ti.te civil) inNirtb For SalAlMNM .. .Trr1hlF: : f.-i- Ionz Siaoiaer I. P.. V.:., ctnt.u'oirz acre 11 tacIt! \ho4. .o per plot olHIKVIJ cre bhuw tlut in the President khow of l T. I-ickor.. ('. 'iiy Snrveyer, and 'odlor !
"thelatecimpiign. It will Canlma for a ma; .rjty _U. (:azersfaor| M.-.ter Lv H iInnhirelloOeteber2c.IS1S. I' f|
will hive
Stbnseleziiig i.paily lkCi v'i-i urjttl the *lri hr Ta>lor. b injr a whi r pain cf T 'f2 vote a.rotnparto 4j '! NTAV YORK flOCK \W.\V AND 1IAR- .Le4 :Ttl ilestch.> Iojr lri l-llt taxe d'iTM iil":; > acrr it! land! i.JJ on the 17th -
"r .
'setioi1 tt phi tLc i4octwn.4 l Gossrac'r in Augu-t puilt-d l her a small tr large fjmilv. K:,- ; to at'l'IY Janun.t. leo 1 t. I" %t. A. L >n-r. C.-eno.-soter: in a Plantation for Sale-
of .
entire lijIl.M
Tajlor, no-pirtrum nea" one E. U.rh.ecnthor .
Williini and HeirGcc
l. ',,ure (1 f 4u-t hot'tft-n Rjilry against
&diiesi ; but yet that they JaUml IIJK< to prIW 2, 1 S4. 29 New port, Iec.tatte:2"I) l;.. tfi U. K. Call and G. K. WalkerJ. TTAVLrG removed to a distant j-art of the State,

ti. ; ; __ _ \V. SMF.RWOOD! ii. the sulisc ril>erpltror faleltis plantation,Con*
** ,
; p opl that the cl *Wl iM was ** ilh iieirtjry Arlanxas Srii'itoriiil MtfJlon.-An extract Notice.
Flour and Potatoes.HP.I.st'pKiFi.M Tic 'Aco'ser and Collrrtor Lion C mntr. taiiun}; about slY acre*. 4fM cf hich ae lean-d,
: bat above both. \V. wGppe.ie they are of a JeMcT received in New Orleans, dated : KNissjiILOI'R, ;; davs after dite, applicilion will be ovenmo'r h' N $4 ur.drr a se >d fence, and in all respects \\n gooi ordefforcultitatiou. ;
d"i bat not ultra whig* f ant) it will not ie wlthereifteT Little hock, No- 13, say : .Thir)'fl 10 j bbl*. t 1'ieu' rji r-i ned.llmrdiau of I hoe !heir -__ __ It is well yratrrn). and has a do

toan ervlandhit Tarlrr him IfM \Vcliavo had four or (fne l/allotings for banrN St. Lr-nU Flour, ol I Hi-nryT. Copclanit, ! Vj nrh Semtor without result. 11 Iiisli l'iitmitoc. rnrJOHN calo hi: Site, !>v-n Comity, l ilir Leave lo ril the coat estate on Section 24, one mile JCorth of I tis situated about one mile rom Lake Jackson anJtcrrrw
IT. S. to-day do
anszpre.sieuiviz; ncutral-no-par- any 10
'! IiK.L..A It\Ih.M.. Itelonginf In Laid L.'ir.CIIMILRS. Tallahasitr.IT ,i froio Toelloh.msoee, u; the Bainbridge roeJ. 'The
-i.qlarter.qwer wbig.Ih& The vote fctoooVv 2') E. DYXE. Guardian abound* in nevi-r-failin jirin-, and streams wUl be made ea.v lo an approved pnrdjaer.
2 I IIS.
Cabinet.nnJicrt 'we not fatiiffieJ with ** Horland 4Z Sevicr 30( C. F. XoUml 16, NLtinuI, 1cecaTer Iittrniott! 2. itq. 0-) There are lN) acre4 of cleared l land, under good For fnrlhcr partlofars, apply on the premise, ef

Whig *, agesnr. Some of theta neeessnry to elect, 40."NolancI Mullet.TTST -- lenco The balanreof Ihosi-ction m harnnjock.not I to Mai. Richard Hajward, orioG. T. tV rd. EI.j. .
Groceries, &cf surpassed by any in the county. iKtellin? house, ;. SCOTT.:
1Ptain oLMtf or Gtzsvtmpt Sooth Carolina, l la two Ubig ctndidite. If lie : : anj for ra'c T,0 barr.4s MULLET, eoltoahonse'.ottt-hou, s, Cirden.aryl other impro e- October 23, 164?. 1.1

4; ,. nd oisdo Whig! roctirwi* lo hold! ofTlheir i is no telling Ii ,toy U.: M., WEST Agent. J*. S. KMCIIT A: CO. meM. My leNTw of sale.'ten dollars p
i.. ; tr CRirrrarEjr and when we will elect A Senator. I think that Je"ccn.btT2. I,1S1_ ____! just received a lartre tock ol GP.OrE- third cash the bihance in two equal &Di> iaUn tal. Carpets Mattmjs, *.C. for srpHE > lAw,
A' HAVE meat with interest from the day of sale, and steed ub-rrb! has Kcond band CARPET
otketr former, the loaf i$ lobe given Borland will bft eleetcd. Pickled Mullet. >, WESTF.RV PRODUCE DAWING. ? two $
"be of trust to secure the payments. Any debt due bj 1 for sate ebeip--.atsoifMe superior new taiMATTR.VSS. /
W-lhewbfro<" ROPE and every It-ing that pertains lo their boa,
< eina compensation for their MULLET of -
T- BARRELS NV I PICKLED will be received yrnent as cash. .
The New f\ Inc Apply *
"" /rom Morrmrnt of Irish Itrfvgr*.- 1 here can be aublfi lost by giving them arat1. ?
I ness.
I rod York Tribune ftivcs us some account of the sVl' McNAUGMT & ORMOD.Newport November 11,1?1*. n
4 h a domorrat ai the part Contains, it to For l law by iTemrbcr 23, ISIO 10 Octobrr2I,153. i4 fT
scdcl, we because of VIM fan, un- movwaenti oldie Irish Refugee iatiUcoun* November 2>, 151.1*. J') As 4S



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Sales. Leon 'Circuit Co-art. :Notice to Settlers

.; .I" ?{ ( DR. 'l'OWNSENlJ' For New York. Fire Insurance HamlItonCountT&t fn by law I IN CHANCERY. UNDER ARMED OCCUPATION ACT-
: virtue of the Tested" me
t By the jElna Insurance Company BY shall lor power sale, before the Court Home Ci editor.' Bill for tettlemfnt of Ettae. T lIE undersigned Agent cf the UnitH &*, '

:; : SARSAPARILLA expose Hamilton Count/ r l In- James I,.. Broome and oth' s for theinselvc and Treasury, ic will tttenrl at the follow, ,
'I' OK HARTFORD CON ":CTICU'I door in the town of Jasper na.
\ 4 J The mot t"1roaurdluuyle.t'dl1e' Iu the XX'orldTli't 6 ,-1I1IIls Company still continues her Agency al rida on the fourth Monday in April ISI'J), the (.1- other creditors ol. A M Gatlin. Complainants, ces proofs, on, I by deposition specified, before below urn, to ii.take Main and ,,1,*

t.f much thereof as esTurbutt i
.A. Tallahassee The promptness' and stability : lowing described properly, or 10 lie
-: settlement and!
; Stale and County taxes R. ..lton. Sara!, A. fletton, his, XVifeExecutrix occupation of all icroi. *|,
," .rr : mit.L.I.IXF.: : ; : OF PXCKCTS bet"eer the Company for the lat thirty )'CHII, ill a will be sufficient pay the Gatlin and othera. Defendant lamed permits urder the Act of Cnngrru "
YI"IIE She has stood the teat due thereon for I be 1 IM-s I towit : (.f \ ,t5tjIJ4
wilcoininnice of her soundness. sear
and N ''rf. guarantee "
; } '\ Yoik aid Si I Maiks ( w | An Act to provide for the Armed
: order made Ins Honor
tlu- ibetall. trade. or all the great fires in Nc\ York and other parts 01 Also, the S K I of the S I.: 4 of S.-C :IITownshipI W III'lxI'A**, By an by of the OcCnpat5 aaf
at "l.t"'I1'r Settlement
:: runiiiut; business that and 1.1*t. purporting to b."I.'HKto TIIOM.xUouc.i .'s, Judge, on Ihe hi DeJs unsettled part of the Pet.5,15
; thron hoiit I I hr 'nine \ tSar, \IUriz I/ : Ihe United States and' so arranges her I I. Raiuc 11, North Florida."
and conlinuf i : t camethe undersigned approved Anpi 4th. IS
the above! entitled 1 -US. and
allowing! Chairr. (,'IIII.r.! n, in wh,
MH'ALLX, J.eM-iIl.| Ma,t-r, no one tire can cripple or injuie her, not the e-tate ot lieniamm under (that Act '
f t. II takeover a ctrtain amount of risk in tsum. the J.: 4 of S I.1: the W A.S. w an.1 S r w-is appointed, ainon other Hun4) to lakean occupants the Act aroend i"
her )
da Atfent
't.. tI.4 .." ." Ol l.l.T.i.I .. it! 'm one block and a\oiduij all! 'owns built entircljt .1 or the S W J. and I the W .I the S I: .f! "f St'i. 2.-'. account ol what is due lo Complainants l fur t their thereof, appro*, d June 10th. la1I 1 1, and w ho actual'occupi ,
I.rCY. JI"ch'r.! ") ) d settled undir said
critlitar\vl sud A. M. (;ai.I or Act* and
.' .. the \\.f the N W J. nll.1 tIme N J"I the X \ claim": aunt all did tit ..
4. SrWANNT.i: : Claik, .1. ('liV;) t w ) .
: ajreei'ih I lo I Hie 1.1'1: I 13. X..rl h 311J E.41, I lin, with 1 nit.'rc-t I thereon ; and it xxa ordered fttr.t ; untanly relinquish abandon the same bat
t'\: I "
\\'.\CIS.I''rr '. ,1.,. ((111'Th. \\'.) All I I rsks are elll.tl I proin;' .1 uf N'r :: ;. Iioos nship I. : I linm-d to reside said frontier tum.
'k built the ,t ,'I1.t-I.allli..1 I\: :n. d.-clarilion-! Ih".lirJ."e. are t Ih&nl..f'll; : for I tli ';iurpi>rtinir i I lo bilotn to t tbe I 1lIion; Hank. t Ilwr. 11I:1: t tb>* sail 1 Mister ito) cause an advertuem. on South i>f the I ha5
I l'iU4; in iT '
are dividing Townships numbers nine
call I win' 3of ( .. | II 7.m Township .'lit to l tg' publish, iu the Floridiin, a Itt-xx.pa- and ten
: and .1II11130..1! l bj.infill i.it .. .'. and l.'; "ur liuiu-lo! t neverlb A is lot No r..cli..II.1 ont
: tier "-"I'H.jy| i !>>r li i.is I ItaJo I are ) pitrona and! such and East of the base line
pcciGfd jn
L suIt \pcrieticotlCjptJint' lieiilt and |I.t. .. wisli i IHur,"c" a-ul ".. will! t like risk* on itau'tralile I I. S.,utli cl II huge I 17, Ila-t, I i\ lit;c OTI tIme StiwanneeRII per 1'1I !iII..1 xxeekly ri Talhha-Me in sjd Act .t-
I i Aisnl/ : leruis$ any e.nI'I"\| I ''pi il l siindiu.. r. porjH.rtnu to Iwlons to;S. I R.: 'I hoinpsonAlso ..1I'r,11:1:e m x' spape'r-< as he shall think proper for is: 12. thereby aiding to effect the object. cf Paul
cat the l I"wcof rate* .
'' -a; ecn"lIl'I) : oN & CO.Hi .. J. R. 1..lnT\)l :. 'X'lM.I I hI' S XV 4 of Si c Township t I. Rin e I I, the creditors ol the IIJiJlrrnl' M Gatlin; to come Act*. \if.

.: IV-ati-r 1.tri- 't, New York. At tin- Tl.i :Manutnt'rjTi.llahaiu0 utli! aid 1 P-i-t purportin0' to Ulong XVilIiarn J. in bct'in Ii i iii. :\11" prove t their dt tots on or before I ,' At Newnantillc. Alacliua County, Cn
of next and that such ol IIIC, creditors! ltti thuct( iOdas.
tirst iiiv May
l,!Hrtt liVH\.V! Xun-t I ll', l-l IS. -' Mills. ;
; nftiarl fI' qmtit > Is i.m JOHN! :
; u put tip XVILEY: l.F.E.: Tax ;>*. *..r x.hMi.iMi: >olr;,tic 111:m.ll.r"v"lllt'iuld'l I - 1 1 m it .''T/ft. 1'ltfttunti' ,.',-/ tr< a"/ / n'j>tt. McNAI't.Iir A. .RMl: ( n. -- -- .
lOda ,
1Cl'Clanl3.TI I(..itlttott ( t ttvOftob .: .,l.sh-llbe! : \clude-d! the benefit of( Iliit.lt- ber.
To Country ant! Collcrtor lor 'utility :
JSf/ ntiii'i ,
!/. II '-> a 'it r N-tt .
J. HOI t<' fliVI / < r < ,19rt.Nrc1wirt.
Id I tl>.it etch ( r-.i>s *>"l 'parties to the bill. At Micanopy.A'achaa Count r,on ThursdjY "
11 :
cree '
- ;,,;.1'' 1110"1.,II"Z' J. ',,:,/< tl.t palt.l 1.e" ,\II..t I i 1..1.. t '111'i: Tin 'oIJau"Jl'I"r: \ lus 11.an.I is .-on-taiiM 'r Jl I. 1 I-N.- |- -- -- xx'i., ;!'i.ill! tome in be'lore t hem -aid Mastt-r to prove timber, day *. .-
-- .
I I : r.al hIUI lu.1 ot t tltlS! S.ra- a.l.lnm to it* ,tork, II fv';,/ 'II" ; "p'n..rf, Florida Cigars Cigars !IMNICI I IheirdeVs! eo. before, I Ihf) are ad'iutted I'irectors Augustine, on Thur ,
Exchange. ""
jl ,''IIIi. .I\'r all .'Iwr 111t..hl'lII i i., til
: I dj- it nn t..rIt.4 Iho I b dc! I IIi. lum-n V b*. wbirh I Ihe woik n .1 "ie betttr I than e\-r : :. RFJ\LIXS.(; I. \ NOH- At Lucie Count
it St
crailiCalc-4 lil ? ) O 000 t the it t this) llIil. to bo sit tlKdby I t the said! v, on Monday, 27h NV.
fill. d times'; all- expenses
ri 'H I: m'r.i'I".J' 11. ft.,11) tip .-,11 I.olm! UYRtiN CKJAR-:
:M X I ( r-r.
i i. ot I \ .'r> lKst Sji, iii; 4ii.l 1In'r! It.lil.illtH'rlnlI,1 !1..fpfI'! in i t tlii, |>lari. *. -.I taIt'r.1111! \\"aI.IIr.I'I..I.II&lI"ln. jrrountbe 10 mlys.:
C'It 11. s'i! ; I! .' !hue! s :, t i 1..I.u, '11', a,i.1 l tii-ulo jll I tic.-,. IIJ :irs.";'in 'iit' Tb.-re is 4 IV.li.-r Ira.1Ii1l! ill I IV! e.ir fr"1 M r..- just ft..I\i i .11.otf I'.ru, A bin I 1:111.:1 ... and bur salt. bv At Mellotmlte
Ihe Orange
collaterals held t County
't'l sectiuties (
by ,
1":1.1."rl."I1. taken! of all or on Tburidat
l4i'u, ..f. n.II..J..li.r Infri,'ii,!. ...1 II"'I'"hlic.! !U' the Mir- I. X II. GREENRERG: : : : \. (0.CIt.'r "fc
.i.1 fctroti .,,.li.|s4 rP.II. b.a rr.!.itn" i\ pur' nail-in: lo tin- S'i.\ ,IIIlIe: 1::\ 'r f. ""j'II; | creditor jnly, ai.il a n' '>t In- tam! t.i' t the December. I Ii Deity-.
: ridft t'.il'.1'i" I.i. 1'1'1| |'
the >
"I t I\: : :i.- ..
0 and ricli! L.is.1! ; Iknvcr 1..c..II.\l l : .ti lie. Ami 111 Ibis In-"tinrran.4 "<'rH ol its wi.n. ii 1'1 r.. ; : throiub. I lbi. sect ion a'lov' n lilted arnl delive: 'ril> lilt --- --- --- --- be eaiainil iutirrotraturies. 10 days. *
) i" .i1t--i wilh lii) IIIll'f'lllh..t"I all !'0a1t5 tau; upon -
fIi. 0\1 ii: t0.\1; : "I'I.li..l Notice.
\\.111.! pioinptlv attio.l
I r-itil! -
rl.t K ir c '. II" In".oct af: ...ls.t'n ill rca-lllk'81. and .I"IW produce papers MondaY, ivi
"1 t :
\1'rl."luII14 rntitUd
,ear laore thai :,O.OOO o r.tli .. < ..4.<.1 i t. i.: :9iidd.lixirid.it onptotl. e ilitors, 1. .atit-i, and iwroJo'lt-c to oatlibt January, 10 uJys.
.. .o1e l .-. "pill.1' .t t.L.. I t., .1i.i.ii I tie tastt i-f tlWt'li."r.'. the witJi-! f YLL. .!, jo, lb.-I .slate nt IMHJ (;. fin their custody or ;'otser, roLling thiretoupon
*.;".! ; at least; !t.una'r..- e.teIaIfI XXV s'ale thai o-ir ,urf are always -an.-, .1.t, m I.LI.1:11 1' "'\If.a, 'It'llf lIlt' bet Tailtsi mJatuitiry
It Iusiijvcdllilitciiol 'ir.' lliaii: .',IK(>("UW't1 nit tin I.'a"! ,.jri.ifl.'fl.t't l.tt&I the Count .f 1..11..1..3..1.I arc horebv I e- 10day "
.' (lie |> -t kivson II: Ihe (' t Now Yolk 4.ioe.- i i. 'Ic.. .:...II''n. ,.uitrv! i..tii "I all )llisrant. I jr.i_ baxt on huiio I hi* (.II..will! .4itiele, as we'll ;.> 'lun..II"| l lit u.s".nt'11..1o..I.lltllllll'ir.) ( aims i to the untrs.4ni rrlil. At West Monroe
1.cl elaimin; tr toO Key County
Now therefore( all ,on Jondayl4th
"Ii.1! "ilt ti 11a.1' it 1I"s; hr I lie ",'ni'I::. persons FA,
1 Ii i tl within. two, trotn the dile! ol this notlii -
More thai ("' I Htui 1.1'ill/ our' : : \m'5e.4 .
f-ry of sill A. M. (;..tltn are herein, in ot rtiary, 10 days.At
Climnir; Rhl4'nmlti'nt "l'1o.I.f,1I I to-r !'t., '.\".". be respectfully solicits a family riei Cm-tin i ; i t'llicrvl i ill hm.- will I I be Surid! at I Iherxpirationt ors ;pursuintc
if -neb ; t %
a. Moa* .< ; I.'urll.a" a" e-x.rv > t luc!
... said unit, nol .iu'm d to ;,rd'ee I tin ir claims and I the ( County .on Wednesday, 1st March lOdav,
.oal) c .( .f U.4''j"a' ; ("rllall'IJ-\ IIlilie" 1."lr..II: stove-sot tIe| .n..1 a lu-ri'.51 Lust in u-u- ; AirTisbt "I't -.i.II"; rim 1 1.11 I! |10cm im- I.J.-.tl-t'! !, are reij-iired I; All will be examined
a : 1SXAC N DRXKH.h :. vouchers in sunporl( I tin! reof, and all collati!-'* andfceenutios case presented and
1'J l ; I 1)1..Ii'\and waul.f1..r Stoves for Chers! l's. hit--i, or OiFn-e-s ; ColFet- III iiiakeiritnediate i i 1".' him-lit. ir rrportrd
JJoilt'I'r,1 ,. ., then.for, l cfure II.., at my otfir in Tallahn on, and p' rsons IcrcW d are requested to hate
: -. t* l'i their
IVuiale CUtu.itatll.- r Ice Creatn Pie-e- II. 15 XVARE lxccntvr.Od.ot'r : .
lli I Rod. Iron
rnt 1tastets I iV.ulde Pumps. ,
1,11)1) caae4of ; I and witnesses
andol'imxisc !
-co, \\ ilhin I te; t it"o, In:.iteil in said erdi-r p units deposition ready and be rrepartd
'..I"IfJ cae II Scrofula ; .1! 'Ii .. lioiti I be zer, Xc. Vc / 7. I' .. I' ::2iii -
extract their
*>ii>=, M C"lo-1 $ romply xxitb the proxi-ions cf I Ihe same, to prove cases fully, in conformity
_ _ I.?.. c.as..1'. Lit .r Cno.il, i< ft.naIiv Rrv I: L JIIW '1. l I' : t. 41t --- A--Situation----Wanted that thct' ii.iv !I.<. tlrnillt'II"Jrlil''Ilo" the "..itl 1I11. the printed instructions foivvarded each claimant aiiL
- .' >' of l UI" a-'Sof the K% IJ." II and DTOIMT ,
I .t.- : > ; l--i4.a" Pi-ti i..I. S. t' HUGH
Dated tl.islliir.li( mli's! IIf! 1I..l.r. A. U. l 1"11. ARChER
.I"'"$ C.JoC"3 of tlir (ir.\.- ; I F rn.i.v'ti, K,rsiiaw' Hit .. S. C., > Syrups :BY I a toiiii"! inin :i >ears ol ace wilb a lm!Il! SIMoN FOXVLE, Si>ecial Master.D. Agent United States Treasury
ot the Yellow J3- adin' I fli rot In do., ".r .a1os. faun! Ten-fur. (Itlt' I I'.nalitli: lan ',
1.1'1 ) M CaSes : May I I1': I--Hi. J .lit'} rmnn : y, at a III uaze'til. J" 3-1 1M-
I). r,'ml)'r .1 I, 1 I' I J7 till If -lttIn-ir II
lVricj-cs: (>f II..' I>roj" ; I 1:1'- 11..1! in wj. family I)r. I IIiiHFever I atnl h 1)1 tzt1: Orantje: Ri-'t: : 'rr\ a-i.l! Ura!ije; PlI .. CraJ ..'. I\c.r..<....-, tot t Ihi i.iosf.ililictor" characti - (C>- The Ocala Arpiw,Jacksonville
_ _ ,q)) cases of ib (\m-
\ .l lho (li.atatI.fl III |,lou.n. I .',>/. I 1111 I 1'r..I'ill .!ir., I (;a. notic,.

I'lccr"' -n..i.d..4.: | Sill lituirn. ''" .lf* "1 lh- ..,m. Id.- tu ''M- m >s| i.\<'. Mitit I.mix% iiK-diciitf .1 1 I Ilii-! "r...'Gras< I II,iinn-M.k.. Xpplv' In O"f..llf'r 7. |1"1"| I 12 'I Thomas Jeff. Heir

IVc, ScaM; H -aJ, 1":11..r..l M, &<-.. &-.. together -ati'l jan j..t .| j j-i.>i"t. |., I h.' .\.,t hy'i'r"j'l 1.1"1 J. I R: Ft IK::1'1 Ni 1-:. Ajunf I -- ---- --- --- ... .. r ATTORNEY AM) COl'NsFLLOR ,
Notice.AT.1. AT LAW
with I nuriK-ro'is e.IMof Stt k lli-j.l .'Ie. Caminlb .. I*a -.*tia\ .l>. M.! IMs: will st.it-, I I->r I tie tutorm tune i-i. I 1..1"- .t-t M I tin- Tin I..n.II.'ltor_ the Ciinnt ,
,Sid. and CIJt..I.| f.IIt..1r1t.'tli"I..", &.<*. .V*". til r..r.d that --- __ ,persons ihl.Ior..1! to the estate < .. (
< | !tio.ij*' 1Ibdl"fI ,1| : inv: :
TLCKKU! MISTER. of the Midd!
ALACHUA HOUSE. JAMES: : Circ lit, and the
This i< iho nio-t MI '-x.ful h.I'inc',1 I iu xxihprior I. o-ir:. '!llIri.uc. Ind! !'M-.iiin.re or I..-" I l-ite ( ( I. : 'ollnldl't't'a.t'tI., are in So.

-J Ji Jij'..1 l I lit- KIc: 'f tlltIUr'I"|>": ,anti .11!! :aUo.-i, .iikn I h.. ,"1Ij'I..1 ('.'I/Fa mil l-'irti.* lot a'l.iul! i'litetli. ililU unPj .- ;ttrniinrillr !FI'rid" .l T fib.v !!!!;! '.ri'bv ttmmtiljd! in,t\e iinrndote ':.\ tiit'iit ; anJ III l'l undersigned avtII..IUI.- ol l this node olM. TalItase-e.pedro} Court and United Sttfes District Court <|

,f t11 t.III.ln OrlII.o..t..llh..I..".,I..a.. It hn'( ., It.'m..li' It" ill I tin'SL-luxiti4 Inn uuU will |I'rc'wllf t tboin to I Ihiuud informing I Ihe public that the; new Steamer
1111.bavi il tin- s wit "! -ucc .
in '" : \ ritI- r Mil I I-ubsciibt I; r II.* 1114 "urdu; -. .1 I I tho li u-f aIU'l.rt'llll"t'4 Mm.lirelm'! Janmrv 2* I*IS.
I. > r"l'Jrt..i ;as cured uhto all cither, n.ait.lies tjebi1tI. ,-sj.'a-id! was ,'..n. luu.-li i.tlac. ::1 I in U .-b!i. A kw JL (f'TUHrU iwutd. and orriipud; l bJ. I I !.rsiintd for "1'111..1011'nllin, the tune I'rccri.I (;iL.GOW 1 i. no A pirlonuin*; l.er regular tups on 59
l.1jtlrr.l l. | : I btd l I". I..w. they will be barred. River. between ('uolittottauid Cedar Notice. "
or the SitS
I '
ii.i'. .flt.'r "'If II. .'ii.s.e .It, 'nt'ulI.'n4'.1 tilt /i ii- XX. I Pearson I ITsj: \\\11:111'\111! ('. ... Fn how mi.nee
I of ra&'H (.| Fitu, and Nfrvi.>> Di*.'**... lisa' /',//.. 3..1 ill a .1a" ..r liMiafl.rxx:iitUvxilh Hull''i .* rl'a.I.! l.. oiiiinlate" I Poaidt and Tr.i\.11-rs, iiulb.i A. .X. PISHFR.ShfntT K'Xt. This tot i* stn>n'Iy built ot' I Hit l best ma ninths after date, the nndei signed nil!!

a4 i igit.1 i i uz iii I D> !'ili1> l.j%.-l I....t <.ntir( I h ..ar... *iI /',//" ; <' u-.il alx.uJ I.all a lioot ,.a..Ii : lie ii,. I > *sb\ Its f\.ilion" to in.iki. his i tu<.sN as c'".. \il'iiiuistrtor;, fx vjfirio.O. tu'r..ilo and prop*.!IN! .d by I tvvu ('tigilriri, and: cap-tide clcrrxin SIX their accounts and vouchers to the lioutirv pre-
.1.W.I..I. ..f t ol I Djanlue aid Sucj- | .t..rr! 7, l 1"1". I I'i :rn .hiridred tons burthen I'!oio* bztoim! olrnttoii
C34i milt wait ei.icet.. I-RK. !S.TfMiii) ber ln-alili, (.,.1..1:1.! as pos!itil... lie Ka: < tu.J -tal.hn Lid a i or Lie Ju.l.je! of l Probate of Ucnton County, and apply

tar Complaint. Ar..I"'r.II.'t"Y I rapi.lly; and has bid! no titinn t f lirsl rate o..tl'r ahn". in .itifndii.ce. u. S. MAIL LINE .5 it suitable arc tnni'-datioiis l li furry passengers for letters of dismission as Administrator and Adinmis'ratrix

CXUTION. (,il1.\ "If' l-rfs aUt4r. I 1..li\"I' thei.i. triediriaeiIi GEORGE; : M! GXLPINNownansillc. of, liuht draB requiring but seventeen: me lieswater cf the estate of XXMliara Buvd.ht'eetaid

{:$- /x .t' ttul fyr tm.-tnrrindl.lnl| l per- b.. li.iniili.-.and lie- ; an.) w hen us el I.< tpt djicallydlffclrdtaic l MOI I :, l. l h. JTiiM.viti -:; .' tc. -. : thereby enabling hei to perform her trips, CuuMy, deceased.

IIOI'li )love ro]:Is. alIll'ut up tnedicim- at! 'lI.tl..1ith gitltfacfort r.stilts.FL -- j ki. le.;ularly! at all M'JJOU. ol the year between Colum- A. A. A. CLARK,

Ihe "lilt' Iiir, d botllCM. Stf that O.ioll lk>tll.. Ii3nauire : L. PRAZEIL : > ai. xxi>r, R- ; rl J -t'-J. toil' and! Cei'ar'. Key-i'I.IC'\inC.lunILn'l\l'fJ! UKS-. Administrator and AdininitrsernAwnnta. .

IhjO ".itcn( ; d S. 1'. TOWN'sEM' : Notary Public, F'T..t JJf' -; ? D.XY riuort.itgat: o'clock, A. M. and Cedir Keyscveiy H. nton Co.. Fa.. Julv I, 1>450 rla

_ _ N. 15.-Ptr-.>"* in (uiriu for this cneilicine slioulilml The I follow t,'>timoiix. Iron an mil-icntiil Planter J ) }. FRIDAY me)rn::m. Should! -utTcient patione .
l < imJii'-fJ to tai i\. oilier. Ilru isic T.ILuII.1.SlL', FLUlilD.i. -- '_ .- -IIfs.K Cotton
j.nt, upSjrsijunl.n. in XX'ashin.ton County, we take Iroin tinMatin : e l>extended, or the( inteicstsot shippersre-rjuue

and >
oilier have |>urrba J.1 l that put up in *::ull bottle*. \Va-iiint.in? County', Ga, Janmry. 5, 1"1 17. Just Received 1'0/':'. ;ill !OIIjIruwPlr.. fiom Tuitnhaisie to.Mnnni vxillrheerfullv! ac-juiescc in, and make I the neces-ary .1 scribe'r. fur which the higrieur) uiarUt

>Ml l te.>r..a>i .hex nuke :iratir j'n Jit, rtootnritid Dr. Calx ill P: Hull-Dear Sir-It I bas"bc-cn a'oul ami to Chin'ln'un ill lhrtednyit cl.in:.:e, or add another new boa to the line. of l.ke price still be jaid.

1Mn-J not difCfived b> any-in pure l Ir DiTonnsen tl-ri-i \:1. .Iii(.' I c..mti"14"1'tI u-msyiiur J'tni' nnd.Izur I.EWIS'II: D.uz SJi| ,., a fre-h imp,'!>' in tune to tnl.r the .Mini Moats on c.ipac'ity to the one tow cnployid .\1 emil) as pracliea'ile S. F. BURNEYwSe

.'.. a'id take lit. other.IY4iw a-n! .'//jf->VrttK.l>er 30, 1 IMS. U

<;>.il Ol,,>-, I I. Fultotist Sin Cuildin:, N. have Ii.i' a 1 ire IIUIII'M of c:is.>s of (bilU I I mill 1 Fever arc Ibc lull I ,\\ itt; : "pill I I l! sti4i;' ss ill leave Tallahassee on Mondixi., rixer to the Upper' Sj rings, and' also Uj the

\'.. ll" Suntb I't-.rllint, .Xlbatiand for ali] bvalllJ.l..i.'I..1 :11111. .its.f,.'.' of liillious: I I e'-r, and I ill lio in1aliro DR. SPENCER'S: nmT.m.1: : : PILLS AND RES10KX1IVE : JL W..dll..tlJ.alH.I- t-ridiys at I o'clock A. M!I.. XX'ithlacoochie! river. Stoves.

( Oni4 .-<- and Merchant I cenoralhtiie < 11' t itln-r fi'iin ot l Pe-vtr 11.11 1 titled to e'I'Ia l I51ITERS: ami arrive in Maconeta
lhyuii1iui1 I'tnit-d StatesVe't .Iisdi i(', auJ theA h. i'ir. 'rli..n.'I're I ft!ll I<"\Xd ;an.! they xxt' Corn.i and cot liii" of this b..al.laalII(! t ll.etnstlvesof A T the Tin Manufactory may be had a neat Stuns
cure a' II < t ; ntak.'ii Dtsifjtit-d (for, and! .( .ilwr.. I D\-',n p"u, Lucr t t"n, Albany Atm-ricus Peirx,) on 'lursdays i proprietors
l' 2.. al II. ( "itiiii.-lict'meiit nf (lie ill-! ,'a-e. I bav: '.- ;>hint, Piles, isrmliih.; J.I.JII".l'-lml all ki>idnddistasd Iliur-davs; a-td! Saturdays! at ID" o'clock 1'1.: i., in the !provisions of 211 act entitled An ail to jLl eitl.crfur the parlor or ltd room. They ran
fri iisi.hi' .1! the aSire valuabbtl! in((! inc frciiiiently be Used so as to save the expense of built.in .
; | > had Pills than will. the! and to the Su\\'an-
v rest 11 su-co ri u ii: your rt-sultiii Iron a disord.rtd tuiach or mi* tiiin for the ears for Savannah Lca'inIa (n on improve navigation navigate
rt-1 rccthed aaJ for ,.lo wbo',-aale! am' ) retail! bvF.D'.X'XUMI :any i-I bet n.id iii' I lux.ex.r.tl in II.f f tIn i lv : t.ure Olale' of Mooil.DR !. Mo'idjys XXVdnesdivs and PriJjxs. at I o'clock A. flee lr, and, for other purples therein mentioninl, i ; a chutneyl Also* Cooking Stoves of the moIaoproved

: UXUNXUD, Jr. there i. t.o doubt that when us.-d arcor'.1114, tu directions : HI'LL'SVORM LOZEN'GES: M, :and arriving in 'I all.ihi! ..i-e on Tnis.ljxs, Tliursdjy enacted the last *re&-ien of the Legislature of the. kinds. I hose that have Used then hrrr

I I. I .\IJH. Newport.TC will dIed antI, nnd ,"iral rine.Your fiiesafet !->os-l I (tlTcctuil and! pleasant prtpiralion -, and 'situnlaxs, al ID oYlm, P. M '1 Thi line stile cf Florida ; Ihllbl'J have recently organized think I them more economical and much easier for Ihe
n em Vr 1 II.1 1 s I I". I 17 Cm with their to the ..'i- ":,ISI.j said act, cook than a lire-place. They are so arranged as i tu.
-, u-pict before I the public, for the eradication of XX'UHMH: in coniects till the t'cnlraIH..il I (Rjad.Sivaiinah! company pursuant ,pr

EXLXNPEL: : RROXX'N Children Ir, Adults11U: ; 'l-ta, Millid.r. "*tille* and U'e-slern Rail Roid to Co- tinier the name and lyle- of the Fle>nda State Internal bake bread anJ !bistuit i perfectly well.

Leon County {:s- The alin'- valuable! inilii'UK ', In-b, ind genuine LL'S CO PG H J.lZJ.\"f: : It lii!!')., (::1. I It also coii'KTts xxilh t the Mill I Line Improvement and Steam Navigation Company.'I October 7, 1,1-i. 12

TAX COLI.r.CTOll'ii: SAI.K. are !I..r : \\'ill tnivi.ar: Consumption, aiul c'a.:0111 ca>c* ofColds f Ii tour, Quiiicy, to Cliatl t::iliooclne? and I tlu-ncf to Apjlachirola. heCor-pinx xxillsoon cmpll'll'1 heir arrangements G. A. McIntyre

I July' I I. 1 I" h. 'i'l Tallalia-, Pia .\!lhmt. |,iltinz <'l mu..I.p..ill! l in the. Side! Pasn ;,rs (all gui frota Tallahassee to oilicli due notice still be L'i\en, for purchasing ,
Vllirrn 'slcII law
Y I .f f i .
11''I'O\h'r' \ in me l-j ,
1) __ ___ _
u Cotton !! ,llwr of the makt SUHdSDM 252MYJ&T
.1 ) bate levied upon an' sli' .ill t-\po-.c for t-ale, be.J Miortnet-s cf Ureath.aru' all ':tin:r Pulmonary: Compljint Col'irnbus i in tfmr dixs, anti but one iiigl.t willlJe LIU ( product country cr ,

I ore the Court Houss door, ii the eity of Tailili.K-! Dr. Spencer's Vegetable PillsA *. i-nt on t tic road bet\\f('ii Tallahi- and !Jcori. liberal ca>ti advances, upon all properly Ihirp.d."laen HAS taken rooms at Mrs. J. L Otroillj's, anJ

> ,I.'O- 1 rc-t asundthat! attention ts ill r"jllirl.t As soon as practicable a line ci! his to the CitiZen.of
*, .,fl Hi- SECOND) MuX n.\Y IN'FEURU.\I\ hepu'-iiciuay every professional service* *
KCVT (1"1 I !:',) tic! fuVowrij ( .'' tl'roj't'lI! \ .or Yosiir and ICestorativc Killers.f DR HULL'S FEVER'AND AGPE: PILL, I Ix-pji'lto the cou.Jorlllf those who May' patronize suitable! [pickets will be established! by the Companyhitvxe.ii Leon and urroummc country. Ladies attended

,,o much thereof 3* w'fl ]'i> the Slate and! Cuuntv the I',, tirillioll of the lllowl, and lientoitn t'f XXMl known a< a Safe Certain :Ell.-clual Cure I tin- Line. CtdarKeys, and New York and New Or- at their residence, if dmred.Tallahaa .

Taxes tJ'I' Ibereoi for tin- \i-ar 1 1"1',10 l tit the .'y'.iV//i Jiuni all .Morbid bicrttioni vj the fcr Fe\er and! Asjue, Chills an.l Fettr, Intcrtnitlent I FARE: h'ws; for he con eya'ice of freight and passeti: :crs, "ee, Sept. 23, ImH. 10

t' N i 11I1..t-t( 17, T 1, K I I. N -nd E:, XV J S 11: see (;1" .,., Skin and l.irl.rforL.l Jlttmort and and all other F(ir3. J'ricc itdiiced lo Sternly fireCtntx FroinTallali3 to Quinr." ,S:2 :O ; to CainbridgeV thereby! eccuring to all its patrons a safe and! expeditious

$// I 7. T 3, R 1. N and K:, I lie 1 F.: 4 lfS XV 4 sc I 17, T rili"f.1 SI"I of tIr Sydt'll'. 4.'c.YI'II"E p(,r JHT. ; to Albanv.s.ll.andlo i t Mtci.n, *?'.':1. mode ol transportation of their ,properly to DM. C. II. IJUXTINC,

: 3, I R 1. N and I II, i E i S XV iPC I 17. T 2. R 2, rand : Pills and I'ltters: have l 1"11 fctcvlilv uiin- The abo\c Medicine, fiesh and! r -miine, Are for XVRIGHF X SAXVYER: Proprietors. eithet market as well ai return cargo to its place oi craw EON DE>TIST-Ul I>CJtOHIDt,

I. ):, XV i S l E Icc 17. T 2. R 2, N and E:, W J N E: popularity alt.or.c. all classes-are Lot how sale by UW1SH: H) JOHN M VAUt.'nt. destination. The rates of Irlnsporlalionill in r.o T) ESFKCTFULLY proffers hu profekootial seni

Ef 1 vc 17T2.Jt2.N I and F., XV J N XX 4el7T2, atiiori: I HI.ISI'. ol doii'ttlul etbcury; or experimental Talliba-, Fa f -J- Office al the Planler'a Hotel. TaJJha."t't'-C.! in"lthcc exceed those heretofore charged cr allotted J.X cts, in every department of Dental Surpen t*

K J, N and 1W: | uf S E 4 .,T ", "f 2. I R .'. Nand haracttr, but can bt relied eij-oii. as compositionslutndeil Fir rcrlifirate i of n-cfininpiidafuin t and nthtr i nofilia IiL: I!.XI I lI.r.v. :X'entatMa' ; |. N\ tANS, in Qmncy. for like se-rvice-s, bu! a nalHial.inrricn of sue citizensofTallaha'.et- vicinity Dr B sill*
rut rti I titcrapeiitic! I'rillt"i"'i l and ( 'ion "OII.rnill the atx\e Mediciriest't future Jul i IT IN 17. r.d rates is cllIlrlnJI.Ihl l at an early petieid, as soon as
i I.:: S E 4 IIf S XV i st-o >. T -.. R .. N ant I E. U-Iotig- upon | :; ia Tallahassee on the 1st October, and remain cnt
conlnkJ' in and! --- I he increase"ftiUi&nl'SI shJII!! warrant uch redaction.
ell.cieiit Mtdicincsvxhen -
iuz t., Cluiles! G. F.nli.i! 'n-c. as 'Jle.IIC'J1Jtl. ad'.crtisttzi.r.t and pauii'hel' which ma\ be obtaiiKd month,

Lot No. 2, sec :'JJ.-T 1. K I I. N and XV, 72 aero .vir a Tvnic ir .Ipei i.iii is nettitd, and. where of I the Agents ]DR. J. REESE'S The facilities offered parties of pleasure and others Sept* inber 23,1> JS. 10

a Pu'g tnerrnnple I Cutliaitic alone is needcl I, I the Mardi |I" l 1.11.. 3-, 10 visit the Kexsat all seasons of the year, ore cl
1 K i'Sl 1! 4 8<- .I.T.RI.: Nand XV, v(liarri, XV i LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE Kr
the most healthx, and desirable retreats ins abule
l'ih alone blind! unrivalled.Thiv .
K W J fcec :. T 2, R I. N and W, S acres btloa! .5113 : the Fire and Marine Insurance
( A. F. Dmal.XV will positively ture. and lave in thousands: LEWIS & AMES !: fuSle" n-tilutions ;imol: I hose ol "oe- and I 1 tl Icr'it.. (;jteai:d beautiful, and romantic :
.nf .,. D J.-iHi!'i.., L.vir IEso"s..f" Iroubkd with habitualrnstit.nts I scenery ot the Stmannee vxal, i it is supposed, ofer! BY HIE
| N J'C: 'J7.T I J. HI.I N anJ XV, St i acres, cj s >"I'q'Sia.| : t'oi-iplain1-! art otlfii I I
Ivloniiu% ? to C G dt: :Iisli, *ru-tte. 11-11,11.0: : 11 the. :kin, Sallo" Coinplevioti, General 1"\I.It: : 1\ which tlen txrrU a virv unfa\oraLIe iiiil'i'eineuU to many; to avail thetu-elvesof opleaan > Protection Insurance Company

1'ait ot Lit No ..;, O. P. city of Tallalias. .I'* D.bilitx Los (.f Appetite I *, "suppressed Pit'spiral I ion, DRPGS( MEDICINES) ( PXINT. OILS, iniluei.ce upon t tliur ireiiera": health, whieh; is particularly I ) an excursion.This .
&c. &-c. As an c\.tleut ,ru./ralor f maiufiste-d 1 irr.uulantx.il tit total loss tf Company }having as they believe, made all Of New Jersey ,
fi itt fruit; fila Monroe strttt, bL-lji-ziiiT( : to C. G. lln mercuryfKifiry Toilet Articles, IVrfumcry! ., \iiiilob'las\ % ; ; '
4 Jiltl.! Tru-,".'e. ./rjtlirscTill.arxl Iiitt; rs ar.' uiic.j'ijlltd I' \1=1".1' .rilf-IU: .s AM" ,"',I.fllI!, al'l..il"" ". I In 1 llil, rmidition: ( I I' t tht s\-ttin, I this,i Article ie>|uisite arranst'rnents for the cunvenie-nceand accommodation AT SOMERVILLE,

S i sec Jj. T 1. n 2. N AM r:. .!i t, N XV 4 ccc I 13, The i indications re'I.irillg; SjieiiceTs Pills and 1'it- April'icmnrs' (:lt*>s 'iVaic.r.. i* ronlidentlv' recoinrnetidtd; with I he assurance of the public, they solicit its I patronIVr CAPITAL $JffJO>Chartered February, I-K

T I. It 2.all') E, 1'.1 acres, F. J N I E 4 sec 1:1. T I I. fcu.anl I wltcn t lb. x kltirtild l be I akin xxitbt.tit' delay' asa r-I["llEal!,.\. i-mit:.tatit 1\ on haiid.ainl! : l lot sjkat the I hat, U thee, !,>>e is propetlv adjusd-d w as not to "'r. fur'll

n{ ?. N and U, <*'> M.,.-., E is I F.: < ll'C 1 2. T 1 I. R 2 N prtcoitiee i J the farmut.vn of "rul "i-rn. Co. pan
k Columbus M ; SMITH! vV II.XR-
nJ 1 I U XV T R :1 X and! -when (be, IO,11C is furred ; \: let the Kiinr u "ilb"ul an 'Ir ettn the It'allIlIl'lca'wl; -
S I I" )
S arts. i !! s': I. UWIS'IE!: upon Mjclunt.r, I'octorivs and -
Buildings ,
property ge
I!, -s-i 4rres, XV i \: XV 4 pec !I., T I I. R 3, N and E:, highly colored ; let, time is pain ill I the stoiuaclt Tallahassee, N- \ iiilKr 2't'), |i'Ui.Notice. 1' se.jtu'iis rf-ultin fn-rii" the use cf common i,ur.jatui CeJjr HIS Kevs Mvlison M.s-rs PC'INAM( & RICHARDS, Lralvia city and country. i

"I acre, N I K 4 N XV 4 ct IN T 1 I. I R 1, N and E:, slid bo.Mi>; Ito ii there are iiervous i irritationixl.oit : -- ---- in "hetiit: ; unalrtsottid! toP.rs or to the undtriiri.e.l.JAM

4 iiat reaV i \ I I.*. | i'c II, T I. ,R: .', N and 1; 'li there ate |.tills ill tie back and bead ; xxhen >,:. uJj..t (to Ritious C'liohc! marily on the US TUCKER DIRECTORS.

anrI I! '. :S XV < II" I I", T I I. R ':, N >ml i:, .r) acres the ski.i i..I.II. tlix! ', or yillow ; win'n the t appetite t ;.rusetmhi.- ,properli .s nt ll.i-rmhi; 'na b\ u-in;: it on And oil:ers, Propriete Kdward N Y ..ik
111111.:115: after II.IIt. I shall 'oft I..' I!for,. ColumbuFlorida: _>'> 1" I-. -. Villiain Thotopson. raon,
"i'I'I Jat.uaiy l
is when I tIn ic inc. cold chills when the ; ; > itu' : .1 f.in hitig .It fk. There Iy
; ition imoroat
1 v I s I i- l..c i J".1' I. l n :;.1\ a'id I II.: 'rl". f't'C poor ; SIX I t.lst nit tin : | Matthew Ruddle "
L. Striker ,
jrt-an.s bavl. -taitliiii ill ,:( cf Probate l->r t th. ( ..11,1.a. J..t rti tio-t, --- 'eter ,
are <>r leep.If ., constitutionia''e. : to ulir attacks tt
IT I I. l t I. N dtil I:. 'itsar'i.st.e ''2.TI.K I. 'r<' u\\ ri ; J. S. trout! *.
I If takt n on the nce'iineiicc' of aufIr all of tlr-<' for letti! rs ul ill*.in"*ion a, A-l.nini-'r.t; r lr bontx ,.!.lint tall lldl Ih.t .I' Notice. Jat.t-s'l'slvr. Mtlutjre, }
K an.J P., '; 1'1! arrM. P. i S I: i ico I 17, T 1 I I. I R: I I. N 1.I"h: IV\i x. r) ; to | use .llluti G. F. Pov\er "
*.3 i:. -" .,<'r,*. 1: 1 S XV ; MT 7, T I. R :'., N an.' indicatioita ul rfptoabitii| ; di>c.i>e': r..ucli pain ;and louts uf l'ar'i'I11.ll"r3t<| lit.-nt? ..u
I:. %<. acres XV i N 1 P: i! *' I H, T I. U :i, N and I!, .ir1.II" 8 'II"% ,I.e )l'rc\'t'lItt.] : ) II \I1sN.:' ,tmi.' (II.! mid !Sit-: if M% i> or lir-t ol Jui.e.Th" ;,' ct Pro'nte %tar t the, Cour.ty'of JetFtrson, William J. Uowne.VM. THOMPSON President
KII acreS. II N XV 4 S .:. 1 h. T I I. R ':, N 11, I P.:, Tl.i J'KIXC KiImue, fresh and irfiiuitic, are for Jell.; r! in C. ''U'ltv S [1f. litter mm, !I- !h. in -m. v !h.,- .liiesi\f; | : r.aiis, an f'< !Me often ex- for Il'lh'rt of elis'nu-ioti as AJnini-trator ol 1 Paul de ,

4"i acres, b '1'.n,".,' t.. .-sUt.f II1.. rV.. I'.radeitV : !al.-lix LfWIS: .V AMI'S.JulvlJ -- --- |...riein... a senv (.1' ttllii'-s, wn;l.l alt.! oppression; Mallubc, eL-Ce.l..d. J. 11.! VOORHEES!! tertiary.'T

\ ( M-C ri. T I. I K '*, .s and' I P.. :i.1zerii. XV 1 N I I' !tc.__ r;'I '\aUahas-v! *. Pla.Drills : Goods at Prices .ito'.ut I Hi. sn.a| h alUr ,'ali ii.;, wil! U:.J (his mi-di- RICHXRD t HARRISON.Ji : IIrl authorized to state to the ens-

XV 4 ..-e I, T I. I R '>, s' ;:.1| I!, v i :t/.fl., s XV I "..,. CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE clime i ; '. ii ah:u-t iluu\t'i./e! / ii lid. tFt'rson Coii'ity t'rh'III'6.'r '.'. 1 ? I". S OraAttachrcrm. J- Agents arc "
Medicines &..c.PDX turner t>f I lila (\miiany that they recvtznmthte /
4. T I. l R ''. S :1..1! K.: l I' If arie-, ''iiuimrtir;.: 1<1 be- Lilies! near their co.ilj.irmeiit ofte! t sulTtr frorj
Court- of the ditlcrent States of the
luis to e.ld1C <.l nda !eliaucs d.) .(..l.13i t.Lit l. 1".Irllmrll and ."od"\..u.->-> : toucli t this article is .
X :! .\RD:: I'ARNAliD. JR, '"T"i!! i E: ,.lIh"I'lih'r'!>< rii:0;;; ; :'r II.IIIII.to I IhepuMicX (where they hate agents,) iu case of ditltrtnce.ai! .
''I.t 2'!. X. A. .ai. ifTsIiht'. LdNI In.:)!Iv t iitoint.itnd.das it tan |Imo' Usf-l l without i I tlu-I It JutiicCi Cvntjvr >lli.trit.ljivn CcmJy.
for I heir 11J 'I..t ;pain,nae, ai'd' I b.leuc I ; to iti- tint their A ont* are instructed to conform to the
to<'sta'e .,1 llini. | P..-t. ..AL nXS uc.iv.-d, by the tile annul-, a lea>l ;dan"( r.arxiwittt ;rt'.JI. bvuefit. In sick t1r neru \- John S. L'uaJ

S XV I S i I 1 -t-c 2 a, "I I 1.1 I R I I.S and XV, 1J: acres N =: .s|!, rfdhtiott: to Iii4s.ek| :1. (,!P.Nl : toil I Ihe ,nil/His; 01 'lallilasste I and bi riouiidinrountrv > lit.aJat. he It Is invaluable. r>. )>) Ai.iount of debt $Z t lint I tin Mill losses.
ll.e old stand incut cl
f! SSW l .<-.- VI. T I I.I I R I S ..,1 \V-1Jtvrcs.V' i S ; INK: IiuttsNI! ; ) "MED1CIM-S (-I I ) I 1. la inn at ; same This article will l b.: lou:id to art as a lie sant cor'i John, \\. Florty ) I1

\\' j *cc .tt. 1'1.1 I I I K 2, ra 1.W./ arr... I P.: $ N I Ki : _.;.L lieu arc (.1 gteid' 'jUil.IOf"ft'l! 'its!,. on.tr of. Munr.K' a-id JtiUrson stutts, with d hrla. ) ''!Ial a>..! tonic, r .turi,.; tin.a;>pLtte. and at t tit,- tltfendait: and all!! others interested The subscribers have been appointed Agcnti *.
lilt"! k of *ta I Itoini fit C W= rjjTlin are tl'c a'tove for Tallahassee and its icmil'
i Sec :,.t, T I. R I I. N ai.l! XV, S < an 10 ; ,.m.:; tun.- lultillinu eH'n uiK-utiuii; (bat the i.iii.l.ioii Ji lu-reSy r.il titkdof tl.e 'Uu.I:1CllrCItllll ol this Company

*'!e 3'.. T I. H 1 N a-iJ XXi. at rt'.. I P.: I N I: ; b.. ,!. ii iii.')b al. ".iil JIlti tt I IIIUI.K: ViH. / : lit n 11.liiw.I 1Is' M.I/IS, Houti, 1/als, Cups uricativ.t...." arc i inttiidxl: 'to (11.,1'1. Hup/inly rtgtnlli ; suit by ul-t( 'In.ient, rduiiulilt! to a Jcsticc'x Court LEWIS i. AMtSAiunsl -

".T I. I I' I I. .N anti XV, M acres XV | N l II: 4 s r I H: I ..*..-kV Pall,... j, ':.\'a.I', I Iij.jm..d TnlilC MlX- ISiorrntx, Sff.Afinn t ', ar.J. when u..1 l atcorditi:* tot lie .lir1 ins, to be held; at 1'allalia-iscc on the I Itlt day of DeCeinbei 12, Ishq, .1| fm

T J. R '.. N aud XV, S i l..cr..I i: J N P.: 4 !r I irt, T J I l'lft''I-I.ar' HalMln: of \ViJ.l litriy, LrandtetliV; | :? 0111 s-tock I" to I be fiiun.l a \aiitlof 1'mpncc \\ it! !he f'iiitidai. inaluableartltle.esjMCIallv! lo (host IK :\t, and to and plead to the MEDICAL NOTICE.

U 2. N in! XV. s., ;.. *, \v i NP.I: 4 -*ml XV .'! of S |E ': lulls, Siieii.i: !oi." Ci IcI ral..1] (' .thiat I tic, (1'ampln' bcfonAlo-Calico. wl.icli VIC ,1u! (for sole 10\Hr than t'er ;ililirit 1 wilb Dx-pi'p-iaDirangeuient ol the Ltitr, en under toy appear hand and 11..11. this IIh saino.Gil day of September WILSON and VAN WYCKlate Profess.

4 seetlTIR2Sa.i I XX, I l2Iarr.-.iNV I I .SI4 I tVo.i m. ( "IJ.'II. :.J 1 Iliiri. 1.a.ct..s, I!<>ni.]:aKJ'p or General Iutiility. A. D. .. DRS. UPhiladtlphia
( : lal the Franklin Medical College
see 2 I., T II R. I I. S ami: XV, 1.i....r<-*. P. t> N XV \ seeSS7.T c. :Mjuti-ll I. ura:id A ui I R .litishjjiriiilat'ordial.lli.i.i I. a large n>iorti.ii lit (of winter: ilrt- s Roods;, Pupue-d\ \ I.x.lir J. Reuse, GnlT.T, Pike ceu.I-. Surgery in ( IllS

I I R .', N a.id; XX'. I .ineb,-lonrjinlo Asjlav (>s it.4' I 1\:. .. Uar, M!" Mu.itiV Eli\ir: of Ojiiiim 'iclj as Ca llIilf'rrI". le Lime, Cnpe de Lime, Gcorri3, aol for ale t\1"1111111'111! al EDWARD M. XVEST, [L s.] ; ,)) lute firmed a co-partneiship forth or *
-- !!IUWOR. J.W.. S"I\\'HOII.": : ( Si-nil Sirs ,;.'"!11.t. 'Iun. r-JVvir all,1\ AKIIC Pills, CashiiK dc Coarse &c., which we clltr fur sale. at 1 J. U.XRNARD, Jr's, > Peace.September' practice
!'I I I ,
A.Ct'oh"r .;..1 (.II.'r! L.-.n ('.>unt.%'. .l > i 14-I i'sditlo, (;'.r t' 1\01't n. .n I llIi, 1St I J _i ::111. Pillx IU...j k.Mill's Anti-ln-p..,pti.. PilN, Ptttrs'ari.] l.srootoek <.l XVI.ttr Sha' ls. bought very low LADD, r'Cutl.1I.ml ro LJ4rJmN Patients from a distance eta be will

-_ Sl"CIM"'I', 1'lii'4. a-i.l i i-A'ml I hr S. 1'. Town.u
AUCTION.ON r<- Sjr-a;.;irili: in juut t bullies, at 'i1 1 p.t rb lUirk: :ai.d; colortd AI|' ,' sin., arid Silk Sliavkli.Ihnad Q'liucv, Attorney ;il Ju\vt Private Hoarding Houses of the city, and can recCiES
Luce, ltl\ill diilirent/ 1 blaik Silk Monliccllo Jeffcrxou (( Florida from the Subscribers such Medical and Surgical attiution -
,title Al,o, sHjH-rior LIIH.II 1)lcI. 'olmty)
Sviup: j p"'l'au'.llrumI""t | HARDY) BRYAN, ,
:::: tic AnIioi I 111L Ih'C'I.IL..r K'Nim nt\t, will bo !!.! bcfoiemy ( C'tttir ir IJ-IHOII \ril. |".ir |I-It'raltle for the Lices, Triliiiungs (:Jjnps.C.., &.r" Ajcent for Thomas county, G .'orgia.I.I "ll/'lLL/ attend the Circuit Courts ol the Middle as their cases may re juue. wiit'

IIi,-" or ,.r.ii. .r: a*, ihau tLat u ual\! 1i..I.j! LondonINnrt. JaConetS.\i( is s,Tail. I ton, I tixA,Cambric! ,and Grosbir ; \. 2?. 1 1" 17. -14IK. 'f Circuit and of Ihe Countol Columbia of the A liuited/nutnbcrol/ OFFICE STUDENTS
..-1. LiliJy .Yr;ni }n
n. II. llIIY: Allf"tinlll'rr. J I"< I- t. 47O Trimmings; Table? Damasks: and Damatk Table ('. II. HUNTING, August :2-2,1-li 1. 5 Anatomical and other I'rcparations-will beng -
- 2oreii.r, 4. li' ''t. h ---- I Cloth-i. Napkin, i.c. ---- -- --- larlv e\ainni-l its the progress of their t*Jirs, If"
DR. i.sDOND: : Doctor John I* mode pursued the large Nortb "
Irish! Ln.tu, and Limn I IIJn.lkcrrllitf.f diiTerenlijuitu Duval, cording to the in

New Goo --Fall Traded: F.'1-:1-: : I 1.:- ITf.. >.j..".1'.C,-i ; |. v f. f J I. "If11.: I .., I llosi<'r\i:<\".-!, a:id a vli.t.Jnl! new MjU I HAX'ING' ; 'm.-rt.anottI bicated in (J'uni'xFlorida! : : ln, professional service! to the ritins' cities-\\iJt! b- uu. lit to compound and disprn

,.I I Id.!.jl.! I -. :u.d.! tl... Uir.H.lxill-! <..intry vI ( hi''!.In',i.V 'xil'ti Coat-i .rid ('aI'O.[ I ; tlinlv. tettdurii,i-i s. n i..s to the t publicin OFFERS,ilusiL,' .',"I"urruurtin: ; country Othcein Medicines, and will be instructed in the rmn<
s. r. lii !tivnXS : f; I[:" al d.: 1 FbII'I'! \ I 1I..ld.I 1 A 1.IT.JI' stock! of H.".:. M .trij, Ribbon! wluch, we t the. various\ branches <.1 l his iiriml imujott. I Prom Ins Win. XViUon'- RuilJing; o\ir ig lla\\\aid's Uovk rceryay duties of the Surgeon-Blcedin?, Cup.

a d I N \mk: -. witili i-nd. NV'Yoik,...!. ev.p rininanJ sutcetsiti praelice, lie feels a.url'd! 1eio'c. I>andj inir, &c. A.C.r .
j'i-t r"- ir.n li' tti < \\ :U.I\ \,1 l n. is: :.'. J' Ii. !' Store, TalUhas.. j
t1 '.is palrotis .1'1 il t (rj"Lw.'I rai.v.:; i that l lie -- -.-- ----- Cutlery ol t ery (deHctipltoti which we oi'lr for of !hal tig able to pl.M"e I Ibosexho riav pat I rha4i; leo; Pmattf Oihce iu any American citY

IIIIIOjllrl l\ t.\x| 'rim-! ptr Rri.s: Uakulla and) L>ir\a Leon silo 'fOrI I \v t I.r ra,11) an.1: I Iasb oulv.XVe ) B. "' .'rs thcpublir\ Iu 0 v\i'i afford a greater variety of new and at.rrunrl l

CountyB aimI" .ily i\j>..<'iiii > 1 Ia-or. Gi; >w ir>hov, remedies, or prci-'nt more practical facilities 'tot

Lare ami cnuiplrfe! :isv.iimiriit of : COI.I.ECTol'S1.1',: : : : ; : wlii id b, VT<- will di-, we nt wn i-\trtin t .lv I..wNTIIH -, Gei; C. II. iH'roMr, Dr R. E:. LITTLK. : P. Duval, student.

- ;':UIr> and Majilc! (;and, I) y ii.tii.. .! tl. I"'r \t, ', d 1 i. t l P.irrb.i--r; will iti l ts..1 St: lo rat!) and txamine O.rii-oii; | lx |Ire
P..)nntl4. I.! 'j1p iiui!" ('I., I Inii., Jl i '11'- and I lints' fW by laoiI tlu-ir. nsidfn! uauil.SoiltMEmi \ InCru f.forthe .
I ) 11:1j.: t M ii el"II.! AI/d.stl.,il l ,.. I. -.ie our ftliH k Leltft I.IIMII ; eI.ewtose.I. on at < as rLI'I'll'Iirc in the Courts of Middle Florida, per to ktatc tbat as soon a< | ossible, an
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It I .;'*, II..Ic..r JIm \ I;..uj.. ." s ij,, sir ,:1'111.1.' ,, : II.I I 1M7. S V, of both Medical and Sureical PS
Ilw (... litsi. d.eri! |||.TJ\..1 ...II.I., ,.... iv II. r.REENIJERG: : : : & CO. the Court Appeals, and the UniUd: Stal..sDi"lrirt itception
}.. ku.l SII.) .. INrJ. r-. S-n.'f' jiid I". II!, -- -- --- thaopportunity
.Js Cir: o"llt'I,1; J"III.ill. Maj in it. ( I tjl Pit t-ter'.i--! .. r.ll Court at TatlahasMe.Oilice I icnt< will be opened, when student will have >
dI..1 lnie: rrjr' GlaS l ., \....I l 1. rl"'IItI'\\' _. _._
S ( r | |', n'll. -- Medical Notice. ( tlitraMf.ralljhasstc .
!,. ito! ."iilHil pr"I'. >. fir M> iiiw-h Slo-r.l l ;o. "iii in XVn Wil.on'lI i CuiIJingi.i fn r Haward'sRook ofpraettatly tinlyiaf
I It \Var. Ii iii] aulrnrrii hr CI..i. .
.c: .M a 30 .. pi I .% tt..- Slut,. .<,.1 ( .Utt, Taai isv 'b''l'tJu t.. ..11.r .. NEW GOODS. II 0 WIRT. M. I'. J. 1. C\LL lit. P. : Store, Tall.ilias-ce. July" 2<)th, 1>IS.
lie dcfs! IhaiVi .i.ul10 tt.\
lei rv: f : Li li.aai>itt- .\('; |i-t"l| ,i all : I "11!'".rib: n now ""em'I\i.; per .\nn Eli1 : %vi IR I' CALL have: a..tCi.I".1! I-nielvc IVbru-irv 2i), 1tI'. 32 J. T.J.WILSON. M- 9.
aid : 4dtI!h' .1-ir their pill DUN' .
.' ml bczn JII' the Tliat I hat!, o' 1 I."II| I l\ ill,; ill II..- Co-int*. ..f I.. on, 1 ," (Ir"lai New Y.rk. t tlu .|\|.\\ ill,:; C GtKlDS; lowbn Ihe practice of ?J iiuticetil. all Ins
lialrom t r slI tok; s:. aiu to IIIQml..11j,1I.1.\las iJii1 1 hr. ..f d..au'! :.rfliimVif, In .I. '.\y"ul.1 I im itt' I iti.- ati.-ntion "..t his former olli.'r I heir st.rv i lCt'5 In I the |>njlic.O'hooui M. D. PAPY, i? t (ota _.

O../lnrk..iMXIturr: Smith, \I. XVakulla Count/ I Dru Store i M .jnti 'illo. Ploiida
\ cuil-jiii. and Itie pu'tlir iii!.'raU! Mlnziny / ; >
L' .il C"t1.n : Groceries.
i-r a > ances OB coasigiitd) to l.id .41 jlli: W .
care lli.
for .' aifl IU-.I !,> I lio-'sl Marks! Ri\' r, known all..I..I!?. !IloH.h", North. iii .Flour .Au.u"t 5, t'N., 3 Iy W 9

-J S.It.ilaz12,1..1..II'm..I. 'I, Puitli 1..," a'xi |.hrfahrlIl3g; Iu b.loi<; to the Apalacliirola Gent IlU.'k flolb DKSS Coats, -- -- --- -- -- 't.VJI.I.' 1'at"li. in all the Courl" in tie 'uli.de! Q S. KNIGHT continues to riceivebv every 'e'*

4. ---_. -- Lifid C..I-I!I...!:! I),. do rl... Ov, r tuah. Leather Top Buggy for Sale. UI1't': nn the first (liar ul the Cap. 13. sol from New Orleans LARGE SUrTLIWJ"1FLOUR

Education. w4iIi.1:1 J S.. 7. T *. R: ?. S and I:. ; XV j ,.f .,. do di. &,'k d... one .-..,..1 hand large I-M I Ilor.e Uarouch.Applv : ilol. South xing, room formerly occupied bv. the BACON, AND! GROCEKIFA He rnalr b

N P. 4. *.. 1.. T '. I R :2. S an4 IL.owiM-r unkii'.nuI D,.. a',. do. Cloak. ALSO lo J. RFOIMl'NE.June : Secretary of I the Ti'rritorv.November it the interest of every bujer to call and see bip
nHeveirises.( LEON M..LE .\ .t) rF.::f.\U. "
.- U. ACADixiY I will bere!uiii"I lc.n m.j\2.1| ...fOcl I: ts'V L.-.T: I I,11Naa1W.o'.srjtrun.kt.i.nn. I: I J.. IVicy I II II lit I II" C..., 3, 1S.| .lii' At the Mi'iulaclery.' / I i.s 1 iS-IS. 17 fore they part with tteir money.

.. do. ; August 5. ISIS. 3 ._
I irk di!
,' '. Rt-v.: XVI LLI.AM NEIL: aud Mrt :!..IZ..1 .\ --- _
f '.1 A. NEIL, Ptuiripal; *. to illicr with competent! 1131. XV ,} I I.tI No 1..I king and toeing in old plan city Da. .lv. Prtxk ..loDo. Martin, Smith & ThornT Boot and Shoe Making. NolTce.SIX .
itf Tallal.al"l<*. tiwiMV, u:>kii<.\MiL "'II''r.l.lk. t..ilU'1: 4;,d) DIKJ Skill:
1'.1l1b. Admini
lanl T.-rmva undersigned
*i ui-nil.! ('Ollllllis\ioll! and Forwardiu purchased (he months after date the
.,t No. 2. 'rt .- I I': lots I and' : .llcrrhants! .
'r".o or tkie }Oil!ija<1u-4 wi-hin; to I"..,m- ,lt.j.ils : < ?. frtr ace 0'I| f .. do! 1..lwoy CaMitutt iati.tI No Ii J rn ire stock and mateiialsof LuAts of the estate Charles !Bt-ckstcin.ljte <<
!. 1'ovdr.HStre.
|1' ,"'lion'I I ; XV J, and 3 N I P.: 4 t.f S.t- :: u"II..I"l | I ItJ. do. Rlark:! Salinand .. L
.. ill lie Femjle Araieii.> can be accouunodatwl : No.I Faiu-\ \ .'s's, NPWRLIA I: Ri-iitrLI..W ho is about leavinj the State, Leon? County, will present M S.lA '. .: ai.J7 tot 'W : NS L .x.
I I. ; Linen 1 ltos '
.. b'iaid: (T" in tin family ol the PriucipalSiplMiibrfT t-MMTowiishiji-j. N I Do do. ?n Shuts &.c &c. r.-spcetfully inlorms his friends and theput.ln before the Hon. Judge of Probate for said Couni
II. IM.. ', (f I J 1 III I XV e.iitit.i'tr; 2131! .l'r.'fJ'.rllll! to be- ALSO duly up,, (,'d by ln! L-JCJ, lirij: ; Le Ro> IM II Ult'H. U W. -\flTtI-TIIII" L. TIIOBN. that Liit .t |tooe.n.t at the told ktatnl, where and! pray for a Gnal settlement and discharge 1 frvB

__ lon: lu .1\11.,1 A. PirkHI and Job,: II. GnMrtXV ;, til lUtk: I II I. T Rartlett.a; loin' alt) t-xtiii,.,i\e as.i>Minci.t I. I.fl 1 9 til be is pnpari.l t to evcuic all work in IIM line withpromptiicsand said .

I ;i Fall and Winter Goods. } .,l f N XV 4 .1.ec; 17, T I I. K 1 1. S and 1 E:, bconinz of NFAV: AND FASHIONAP.Li I .: (;GOODS J. \V.rg'.Ie, .X. Ro: -tnte'k. s. S SILV| Tallahassee d.ufi h. 1 le has on hand? 'lie finest t tate.THERESE BECKSTEIN, (By her azenf->
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0 tB c-t Iac' ..f .\. lr! n 1} ECE1VEU l tiy ,P-iK Ann :,i/a a gHKI! .upplv of C'onhpolldlllg; ...I.rIlJr U. 1 IN |N. :, soils t of unterials, and will JOHN B DE
1-.I"'I'i.I"17.'; l aIIII..ls.: l '
I : aV FALL AND XV1NTER DRY GOot'S.iII .ears I limes.i ; make at 'iiHi n.dire, and in (tie btt u.nner, GEN- Mar 20 15 IS 44 Liz
further 111 S i I.: J ot S.c r,T I I. i R2, N and I P.. ai-d- l E: 4I J of S XV J\ME3: J.lm SEY. ------ -- ..flfltBlS ANDSHOESof ,
: conlinveto ceho
: : by -J'ruut". a .lull a. Horse and every descrip
6OfhA'ul .4 I| of Stc :, T 1 I. R 2, N and belonging; to A. Mcrtr. October 14. IS I.._13 Wagon for Sale.k' tion. Rnots n tedHi> ,aii, tothiers' i.e repaired in ..JOI1.VATTOKXCY flSfINC,

,t j| T11 li HORSE: I: is a u..l! scr ice'able good; style and at rea on iblo charges. He will LAW'
'I. ( J'aury nudKhicli .nl.lc Dry Goods, Ac., So.O"fl I' T 1. R I: I I. N au l E I:., I'liii-oitiu-' t0 ic.G Buggy and Harness for Sale. IL "".I -\\ur&.tI\,cll-l'rit"c1ow. The an- rant his work to be iipiat to any done in lie place war l AT ,

.; .. ill ic *',Uoroc ,V'vi! fir cs'i, at I the cldttand 1 aiito W. ;G."j,1. GOOUIIUGGJ; ) HAR\P.SS.rsae: AGON u c.n''n'.I and! aitol l duliicy, Florida.
to | i Encur. : will be a gutodjol.tnt.iI to give as good inaction as to fitting as of 4.w
1 ,"if .f CltutoMC 1 Motirfw ,.lr.-.-!"i JXMKS. dltvttj..g.g : i j\ Jok i lonket any itt.iid the Justices' Crurt
: m the !J< Note of Mrs P A- HAYx iom II \\'iI'on Pmt> Toss. ,other workuuu WILL loruda
- l t .i4; I 4II C.KEENLEIit!. ; CO. \ .X". .-.r and .ul..d..r Att" Ct'U.h xXID .\',pl'I.' J K FOlal'XI1f'. JOHN LKKCH: the Circuit Court of MiJJ! : l 0
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