The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
February 7, 1846
Publication Date:
Weekly[Nov. 11, 1837-1848]
Weekly[ FORMER 1831-Oct. 15, 1837]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1837]
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
30.451667 x -84.268533


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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).
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
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).

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jX-months- after date Notice., I-tliall present to the lion. 1- 11tirt.-- -< !1

J Jud e of Probate: for Jefferson County, mv final I 'I'unl\.v* after dale, I will upplv to tfc* H..n. 1 }
account;s:1d! vouchers as Administrator of Fr-ncls: Tll .0 iLr Tcwirf, ol ProNaf. !fur tb. CtuM r
G.,t. late of and County, deeeastd; and shall then 1FVLOflTD I4IN of Lyon. .try *n order to sell It.f real estate rashes cm t
aprh' for letters of diJlml"sion as 81.l'Administrator.. I to ti-! U- Gen. Hi P.\VhinV.-C.r!


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RESOLUTIONS na, to St. Lucie, by water in inland 1 Al'\YEU IN SICKNESSSend M s,
an in
passage' once a fortnight draft in the United States is, according to the! .1 tt .tlltt'sL'rTs.-Gov. lint'"** ,
a rowboat at a small Therefore down thy angels, God
PASSED AT TUE ADJOURNED SESSION. very expense. winged Army Register, I,7o9,710. From the\dale oi state time oruinnry of ih" (*i>uini' uj .
Be it resolved the Senate and this f i t (
by House of Representatives of the -mid night so wild;
may of the returns, they must Iccelarih.> befar j wealth during tlU pass year : m I1m; a.:rf> :! j.I .
State of Florida in General convened That the And bid him come where watch !I : : :
now we
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.No Assembly Senator t below the true standard, but they in.ivsafely expenditures, tfll"l ll I l
from this State in the s of the United States, be instructed, And breathe upon our child! be stated at 'J.000,000 Onetent'hof I t} Ordinary ; Tbr
Conge men. i State ha* lent iNciedit to iari/i rail road .
[ 13] fcesolutioiu' on Militia Claim and the Representative trd, to procure if possible, the establishment .She lies the actal militia force of the I
upon her pillow, country WCUJ i [ 11 it-s, to the i mount ofS.. I'J..>5 55. r
of a Post Office at Indian River Inlet and the pat' ,
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Kepresrntaticts of the transportation Ana moans. within her sleep give an army of JOO.OOt men. This dJ 1 1.t>(MUl) of f this amount lot sa. l aiitil to!
Florida in General convened of the Mail from said New Smyrna to it ; and that a copy of Or wakened number contemplated in the resolutions! firorganizing the $
State of Assembly That the Execu- this with a patient mile. : I:j I Extent Kadroa.i, the .Norvvich and U'of.ccittcr '
tie of the State, request and urge the payment of tho companies of preamble and resolution, be transmitted by his Excellency the And strueth not to weep. the 1IIIta, wIle it i-j said Col. [ Kailroad: the Andmcr all Haverkiil '

Captains Price Suarejt: and Uu>h, by the General Goi eminent for I Governor, to our Senators and Representative in Congress. how Benton intends to report in I the Senate.RAPID t! 1il(7IJ.: and the l)o.ton and Uil: t ti
and how Itt.l.
gentle child
iervices rendered in the jear 1S3S. ;Adopted bv Seiiite December 10, 1543- Adopted bv House of Representatives foc road : will I he :,--!)t.I L
I I CUfuratill.
December Kf J: Is4i. A Approved by the Governor", 17, 1'4i She i., we know to well. ; rn-tT\OF Omo.-hi was a I r.
rcsohtd. That Senators Jembr \oie *
Be it further our and Representative in ( us.Jufail t due before l'6.
j Itc
And dearer to her parent heart p wilderness exclusively occupied by the Indians I.
Congress, be requested to use all proper exertions to procure the ne.Cessa.l No '_>_> These roaii: air all in succc&* operation j .
( ] UM elution, authorizing Comptroller to audit the account of J. Car- Than. our weak word can tell. I until: near the close of Ihe llt. ee11tnr}. lit f
) appropriation by Congress for that purpose. away Smith, and all other similar accounts. In 1SOO its p population amounted to 4."i,3fjr>, in and tin CllftUlt'[ j 1:1.dl: iucle1 on their V-l
s' [Adopted bv Senate December 10, hI:>. Adopted by House of Representatives Re Vv'e love-we watch throughout the mh.Tu I several debts a.t1.fal I'
rcsoltfd by the Senate and House of Representatives of Fiwida the next ten it had ime reasemi five fold el
December 10. 1S15.: Approved bthe Governor, December 12, 1S45.] i aid, when need may b; year t The payment alJ! \ :: lnUl: of oMii- Ft '
in General Assembly convened, That the of Public and in the ten which it aail douhed.t! : lit
Comptrolt'r We hope-bat have despaired at times I fJlowt'c IluimsettimeIsimi l.*, wl.lclltime> *t 'M
[No 1'3) R :aiattoni on: claim of Captain; Worthington's Company. Accounts, l be, and he is hereby authorized, to allow the nut'I'\w e turn to Thee In IS 10 it had l.fillHIH; > < srnd!". all these several l companies& ate "j.iI I( ;
accounts of J. Smith Solicitor of the Western Circuit and free and almost without admixture of ( I
Caraway ,
I any
Rcsolrcd by the Senate and House of Rcpresentatires of the Slate _T.ges on the roads. In a.ldfti"n tothe 1, ;
General That issue his warrant upon the Treasury)' for the payment of the same; Send down thy !\\eet.QuJt angel, God; I' the colored race. In this !II"r inh hal the! i.I..llh.1 .
of Florida in Assembly contened. our in Congress mortgage on the WWcm Railroad, the
be instruct, ,d and also, the accounts of any other Solicitors, having their accounts Amid the darkness -id. forest had been transformed into a land! of I '
cur Representative requested to examine late IHI.Ji, in trust, a tumid now amounting to
certified in similar And bid him soothe our soul to-niuhr. steam boats, and i :
into the claim of Captain Samuel Worthington's Company Florida a manner. cants fourihinl towns; i S UO.OIO ill, and byrarh ,
And heal child / and :
gentle I
our would still had
Volunteers, for service* rend-red At tIle commencement of the Setn- [:\dopted by nae. December 23. l'"45.- Adopted 1 by House of Representatives en more populous I "y accumulating iutlTl'st and .the a
December 'Jf, : b the Governor, :i7, 1-": x.] lot thousand: of its new settlers '
and best effort emigrated
to }
mole use to De-cmbr
war, for them 1"Approve principal fur tin \
procure such com- The .\' O. Cmumtrciul Tune tm!! farther west into Indiana and Illinois A J, ame purpose. tttut ;,
pensation may equitable just. i wino' unexpected which no MM. r .
[No. -j:;q] Resolution authorizing Comptrolle- audit the account of William IVacli-Tree Worm.The :,.I portion of the public works hich accelerated contingency
Rcsolird, That as soon as these resolutions shall! have p,aced both city' can tort-see, then is no probability th-, '
Houses of the General 1 Assembly, and approved 1)the Governor Blount. |n-ach-trce worm is th- larva of a this mar'cllus prosperity were tlcutcc v.ih: : Male will ever be called to dollar :
Rewind, That the Comptroller of Pjblic Accounts, be, and he is l but the inteiett upon t'I" sp
theholr p'
copies, properly certified, be forwarded to our Senators and winged i""lct. ('al.c: by naturalists the .I('- foreign capital of tii"scliabilitie'! 1' D'
Keprefcntatie hereby instructed to audit the account ofNVm. Illount, for the amountof Eii'inna. fl 'direct taThere I
ria i a h t. having haIt't1 paid by
in Congress: -to the Executive and War Departments, l 5malllui I punctual TI'l'rt i"lt\ >'i' ce< t fui. opera'i-Mi within
at the reward offered the late of the of Florida !
Washington. by Governor Territory somewhat the appearance If a malf blue hor, is no example in l.i;!torv, cither i: the the* limitf ) hundred '
for the apprehension of James .\rant, and issue his warrant net. old: or new world, offco !sudden a n-e of a .tt.'B
[Adapted b>- Senate, December lo, lS4.r Adoptwl b> !House of Ilepresenta. the for the ,: mile i; of raiirorj.: 'T'hese! roads clot aJI C 1
of tie
upon Treasury payment same.Adopted About the Litter part of July, or beginningof country to opulence The aircolitairs
nves,Decembr: 1'J, 1S15 Approved h> the Governor, December 12, 1SJ5.] aw.po\\'r. $-Ji,t)tuu.t.) The aiera falu ,rr
[ by Senate, December 20. 1'-Z5. Adopted b> IIuii.ect Representatives August, the perfect inc-ct make its ap nearly as an extent of arable stock' i-alx ve par, arid their av o .

[No I'.] A Preamble and Resolution respecting the procurement of arms tor December, 1M5.. Approved by tfie Go\eror. December Ibl3.] pearance, and lays the grould-svurk of Ihemi"rllipf laud as England: : all moderate elevation, so : deiids exceed< 0 \ cent. ..ratJyi y r

the Mihtia of this State. by the female's depositing her e":r' rich in its alluvial plains as to be cropped; 'I'h0 (;mvermiur pCI Mates that Masach ;etf% j

WHEREAS. It appears l,)' the correspondence between the Governor [No 1;.1] Report and Resolution relation to furniture for Supreme Court on of the p'ael tree just above".> the thirty o forty years without manure: havingabiindance has at this time S5yKWD( ) invested in H B- Is

of this State, and the War Department at Wa"hin
aid Department: refuse to furnish any' arms to this Slate. on the The Joint Select Committee, appointed to ascertain whether anything here the end of September, "lwI 1 many large na\"izaht: rivers, a rs'a'v' com1 til ear ending 1'r April lst, I1'I:,. a' shown lijr Ifif

ground that its quota has!i a.rl'ad.heen. drawn ; and whereas the arms was necessary to 'be done in preparing the Supreme CourtRoom both she and the male die. During their lifetime 1 municatiori through Lap Erie: with the north the statistics colit-cteJ uiuier the dir tii ii nf

charged to this State, were issued to the Federal Officers! of the. late I for the session of the Court in January next, they art :rli"t and vigilant, ,concealing and east, and I by the Ohio with the south and tIlt last Legislature, amounting; to S1..1Ir10.'l'ime .

Territory, and are not noin the possession or control of the State, REPORT : themsehe.: through the day. in cracks or crevices [ west, and la"tl) abundances of coal in .iuierner; i stwnl U in fcivor of u. j

and uncertainty exists in regard to them, and who is responsible for I That they have examined the room, and find it necessary and proper about the t trees, fences, or other secure its eastern COlltit I am informed; that, in tinuance" of the :pnXecti\c puldc). tnH. iI

them. that a Judge's stand, fourteen feet wide, and six feet deep, should places, and at night i issuing forth! to fulfil! l their the beginning of tIlt present year. I'TJ. thr ).ring the p c..t year, the toun" n&id for t

lie it resolved by the St note and House of! lleprcsenlatirrs of the I be made ; also a Clerk's table, in a circular form, railed in, six t feet vocations.It foremost band of(emigrant* have reached the the SupportufCotnamlmSm: -hols; : $;;6.-0 ft?. '[

State of Florida ill (;OIrra.hsf'mbly conctnrd, That our Senatorsin long ; a small desk, with pigeon holes, on the Clerks table, for papers I i is said that in HJf instances the fl'lalE Platte River, a tributary to the Missouri. 'Thi Suing an i increase over the |)
Congress, be instructed, and Representative requested, to a'certain : one circular table, fronting the Bench, fourteen feet long, for 1 deposits no less than three hundred eggs upon point i is said 1 to be only half-way between the.itlmmtic S !,,UU.!) The -.crt'tarI( the Ioarl of

from the Federal authorities the facts in regard thereto and if the convenience. of the bar. Six arm chairs, and one dozen common I ole tree The egg is oblong-oval, dull yellow : and the Rocky Mountains, and the Education states that the: rui-rd I I/y

possible to procure a law authorising the ;granting to this :State; forthwith chairs ; two benches, twenty feet each, for spectators, are also necessary. I and vo small be only Just observable country beyond the present frontier is as fertile town in \-ariuu.ways"fi.rCminus, n5-ebM,!W, c

of sufficient public arm to arm its t'lltireIilitia: as a measure and should h furnished. The Committee, therefore, recommend I by the naked eye.It a* that already occupied. Do Toc'lt""i. nil! exceed one dollar a piece; fur every emus 4 i

necessary from our exposed position in time of War tor our defenceand I the adoption the following resolution : ] hatches into a minute grub or worm in calculated! that :dotf the. borders ufbt lilt'cl ; woman: and child in the Sate" Th. m lto

protection ; and that a copy of this preamble and resolution be Resolved, That the Clerk of the Supreme Court be, and he is hereby eight or ten days, then i perforates the States from Superior to of :- .Mai;achii>et: < expend aUlual-: the p.r-

certified and sent by the Secretary of this State, to each of our Senators I authorized to contract for, and have executed, the above work, at tender (bark; of the tree beneath the surface; of Mexico, txttllill a distance of more than p.!O education r ., tth' n a ') h

and Representative in Congress. : the lowest price for which it can be done. the earth : thenre working its way downwards l/Mil( ril( as bird flies the whites advance 1- I

[Adopted b\ House of I'.errt""t'nht. November 20. l'j.'i; Adopted b\ [. bv Sfnate. November ii1S45_ Adopted bv Hoiiae of Repre enta- in the root, where. it remain until the : every year at a mean rate. of !c-cnttl'l'; A remarkable! care of vk ItI ring tu temptation .

Senate. November _::. Ib45, Approved by the Governor. November 2Nc x,1.15 ] I ti\es Adopted, X t"1br ;>. Is4. A bv-the Governor, December 2, 1"53 q] early part of the ensuing summer ; it then ;1 mile : and he trhuhsrn that there i is a and of prompt repentance and restitutioni i,.
ppro\-e directs its course upward, towards the Ixnly of irrandeur and solemnity in this gradual and i i. recorded in the Milxvaukie Sentinel. ,

[ 1? 3 Preamble and Kesu_ution asking; a tn-weokh Mail to Apalachicola.WHEKCAE. I I [No 2o.] Resolution: in relation to repairing:roof of Capitol. the tree, consuming t the alburnum as it goes i continuous march of the Eun>|n.-an race t.- .\ jHjryn laving Ijiisir.t: H: with a Mr. Swift jT' j

The Chamber! uf Commerce of the city of ApaUchi- That the Governor be to take and of forming for itself a channel betweenthe wardsth Rocky Mountains. I lie I compares stepped p into his office l but found it xarant. Mr.
memorialized the Post Master General lnfJr"d. requested illul'cHalt ac. few it to "a deluge of men rUingunabatedlyamii S. hiring jus gone into a 11ei'hiwring office.He y i
cola have in reference to the tion to e the leaks in the roof of the Capitol, and to the expense outer Iarkand the wood. A very of
irregular transmission of th- United Slates Mails, and also prating I co the same out of Contingent Fund. pa) them thus rapidly destroy a largo tree. Its i daily- driven onwards by the hand of GUl."> had. however, ".f open on his tat a tin .

the establishment of a tri-weekly mail to that place : And whereas, course may be ea!ily traced by the gum that j LyeWs: 'Jmrch in North .America.AHE" 1 ii box containing Irank note ppnrtuniland J'
[Adopted bv Senate. 13: 1 1M3 Adopted House of Representatives 1 1I of much treasure +!'
in the opinion of the General .\!. cmblv, the increasing trade and December 13. 1M5.nCenlitr Approved b) the Governor, Dcct-mbtr 17, 115.] oozes from the wounds in the tree. I .-As a manure-- --ashes- 0:1 certain the uraccutumed sight v.itor-he: so
the l entitles attained its full size in the larva I irresistibly! tempted! the Il.izl a
commerce of port of Apalachicola, fully it to be heard, I Having or We '
soils, are frequently
and the prayer ot the Chamber\ granted : [No. -J'j.] Ilej jiutioi authorizing the Governor to exchanse books, pamphlets'report grub form it next passes into the pupa state.! im'uluahlt. I handful: l of the notes etr.ct.J his escape nn- '
experienced the benificiaj effects t resulting
I alone with his
Re it thcrrfoe r(', r.t"cd11 the Senate and Hause of! R eli re.ccola &.c.,with other State between the first and middle of July. At that but : ; seen liv mortal f v0. and was N

tires of the State Florida in General Assembly convened. That our Rfsolrnl by the Senate and House of Representatives; of the Stale time it may he discovered close to the trunkof from their than application the never lore 0 con.vincingly ,. :' spoil I (??GJ)) ami his ,(' ret. l Hut a witness 1
during pn' a within l hiiTthe .1 '
lntl' was
: an hardly
Senators in Congress }U- and they are hereby instructed, and our Representative I of Floriln General Ass'mb1'cof7'd, That the Governor of this the tree, enveloped in its follicle and surrounded I, piece of corn containing about two&satutt a"ains;street l:>t-f;,n* he -would have given alt y a

requested, to s'rate with the Chamber of Comm.. make books, by the large accumulation of
co.op rei 1 IK to exchanges pamphlets, greene about bushels ol"
ttP n reports acres, we applied ;
of the city Apalachicola, in bringing this subject to the consideration I maps, or other documents, with an of States of tins Pliv.. -", that mss wao.i J\v.h a.. i.a.l. ..L.orel. twenty, : he had in the world) to Ft able to replace tin.
; ""I.c.and little > um, oi j.Jas-
) In this, the state, it continues untilit 1 'l'luJi.of gy| i seen what he had in an unhappy." muniviitpurloined. y ;
of the Post :Master General and Congress, and to enforce, }byall I [Adopted: by Jlouse of Rtrrff'nbtivtIembr 17,1'4. Adopted bv Sen- pupa ter of Paris-the ashes being applied
( every But sharne and fear prevented l his
proper means, the granting of the prayer of the memorialists. I ate, December 2n,1" l4"i.-.. Approved bv It Go'erlr, December H: 15-15.] comes forth, as we before mentioned, in the I other row in order that the comparative value wandered ab wretch t i 1
< ted
moth going
winged or perfect. ;
[Adopted b* S n3te. December 23, 1S45. Adopted b House of Representatives of the two article be -anrl.
> might
,] Ro nakii additional: allowances: t to of State' and accuratelyascer. and di. till overburdermeel l by conscience .
F'o27 '\lutrl. Secrttarj When in the larva state, it can easily be
< contl'JIIt
December 23, b-::;. Approved\ the Governoi December 24, 1*35.: ] tained. '
I Comptroller of Public Ace runt> discovered under the hark some two or three }me sought his: priest confessed tl.1
The result of this perfectly!
[No. 1&.] Preamble and Resolution asking the establishment of a Post Office Re rrxolred by the Senate and house of lllrscltatit.e of theSlate inches beneath the surface of the ground, and experiment wa* '! crime and restored the JOIH'J ; which JJishopHeani x f
in accordance with
at Miami. I IrUERIb of llurlan General Assembly \ may be at once removed but Jot until the tree ourPreviousobservations. the clergyman, rthtfl.J to Mr. Swiftits

TIle |peninsula of Florida is; 1 becoming populated, and of this Statf. the .sum of one dollar for each and everycivil I has suffered serious injury. To prevent altogether Through the entire season, the rows on which' owner-relitinjr! the circumstances, but of'
the took the lead, and !
ashes were applied, at
and military commission he issue. The same tube collected the female her withholiiin the name of the party.
the establishment of Post! Routes and Post Offices, would be a greater may m ect depositing egc< cour"t
harvest one-third than '
inducement to emigrants to settle in that section of the State, thereby i by the Sheriff of the respective counties, and paid over to the on the tree, must be tho principal object. In those which produced had the more corn I Well indeed did! he know the frailty of our '

extending the demand: for public land, which would greatly increase Secretaryexcept Justices of the Peace, and all militia commissions its winged state it is nearly allied to the othfamih" gypsum. nature who teaches us to pray that we he not : .

the present amount of sales : and whereas the citizens of Dade !1 below the grade of Majors. I Every housewife knows that to that the W house e would ashes commend he to every to save leach.ed all. led into temptation ;" and they are not who! ,(

county, are entirely without any' mail facilities and are completely t li. Re it further resolved, That the Comptroller of lulJlicc.. I class of insect, aromatic oils of any kind are ashes two valuable possibly to be thrown E'el t Iv guiltless who incautiously l exposed those
isolated for want thereof! : and whereas: no communications are received I counts, be, and he i hereby instructed to proceed forhwith cole-c peculiarly oflenive ; and that camphor tobacco i, to lands.away.Applied : around them to such temptation, as that above

by any' (If I tin- settlers except through,: th Post Office at KeyWest {, all debts, dues and demands of the late Territory turpentine, or oil of tansy, placed in her j 1 produce astop-dresing dflcts.lOne grass they detailed. -- -- Si 4Y

which i is distant one hundred and eighty miles from the county" : which he shall be entitled to receive ten per centum, upon all amounts presses and drawers, will effectually preserve ofthe important mot substantial farmers in Massachuctts E': rl\ORr'I:\ !\(;iiumTii OF POTATOES.O.i .- I

seat, and often not tiff! after a lapse oft0 months fiom the date of such so actually collected and paid into the Treasury. their contents from the attacks of the moth. I the last, as the servant :' '
I writing u on subject, says : \\l'Jnt'sd. lomiuJ .
communication; and whereas, the commercial, agricultural, and I 3. Re further resolved, That the Private Secretary of the (0.rnor. Thl same means are tit.d! to rtplthe ffgcriai 1 I am now more fully than ever persuaded tit a well.klo I gent It-nun: of('horl entered

other business of the inhabitants} is greatly injured, in consequence of in addition to his other duties, shall be required to copy i from the peach tree, while state of the value of ashes a* a manure. Nothing, a cellar whii-h had) been closed t li.r)twelve .

the want of such mail facilities, and tends to retard the prosperity of Laws of each session of the General assembly' under the supervision i. when only it deposits| its eggs. Tobacco, in the whole catalogue of 1'111.s.I he was met at the door with a burst 1 ,
manures .
the citizens ; and whereat, it would add !but little to the cost incurredby of the Secretary State.t. snuff coal ashes etc., have I been tried with with them on my land. At the ..tiso&'o.'Inearly compares. _f L..t. ., ;e f .... 4.. I..._- VI "j"I j.rLi- ; t'

the Government, in having the mail! carried in ami. from: iC.fWes.1 I ..J.rtoi u> ,9CJ>*'', I,-t.utl>ttt, 1.43. Adopted l>; IloUiie uf Retnrsen.| partial: success; but they are temporary in two miles from the seashore, I sowed : in" the cellar! which i is !ml and arched ith- k

as packet passes within sight of the county: )" site, and j tativt*, December /, lIZ: Approved bv the Governo'r, December 27, h 40.) their effects, and require to be often replaced. in ISKi, twenty-five and a half bushels to the out am light ventilation. he found that a ';'

.ouU._t.. it nli lure auuiuonai expense ; and it being in the opinion : Tansy and wormwood contain large quantities acre. The soil was a thin, clayey loam, and quantity: I rxt.itiws which had been let: therein

of the General At-embly". the duty of the General Governmentto [No -JS ] Resolution in relation to printin the Laws. i of essential' oil, which i is peculiarly! offensive 'the result of the application was a,crop ofe:- :0')t er, 114-, haii .htt out iunimierabl t r E

establish Post Offices, for the convenience of the inhabitants in I Ur.mlpt by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Slate to this insect ; and it is found that if the. bodyof cellent clover, where for years, nothing had (]I roots and pldullllpn a dry stone floor 1 s

different portions ot the State :-therefore, of Florida in General Assembly convened, That the Secretary the !peach tree be surrounded! by half a but mullen and rye. The land has not: : great : ) potatoes large and

Be it resolved by the Senate and house of Representatives of the I State, in causing the laws of thin State passed at this session to be dozen sprouts of either of these plants it will : yet grown forgot the application ; the grass on the soil everv one perfectly sound. Two gentlemen y '

Stele of Florida in General Assembly eonrened. That the Senators published, shall have due regard to the quality the materials to be I be perfectly secired again the approaches of, with ashes being and l far more luxuliant have'taken some of them (for seed next spring,

from this State, in tho Congress of the United States, he instructed, employed, and the style or manner of executing the work and shall thi'H! !nctiveenemy. They !should be plant. than on that greener where no such application and others have had ome cooked, anti 1 pro

and the Representative requested, to procure, if possible, the establishment I also have Raid laws published a soon as practicable, and forward I ed out in the spring nearly in contact with has been made. On corn, beans and wheat. lIouncec them excellent. There art no tops

of a Post Office at Miami, in I Dade county ; and that a copy I copies at the earliest day to the different portions of the State. p the body of the tree, and so as to surround it.During'the ashes, leached or operate with the'| to''ht roofs like those which: prow in the fields, t
of this Preamble and Resolution be transmitted by his Excellencythe I [Adopted bv House of Representatives December :29!I. ljir.1 AdoptP bv i. summer. they must! be cultivatedand ; best t> cts. Formerly we wte in the practice but they> appear to hate been more productive.

Governor, to our Senators and Representative in Congress. ; Sndc. December '!', 1S45- Approved by the Governor, 2'! lbl.r] kept free from grass The red cedar is disposing f of our ashes at from a shilling j From one root was one and twenty potatoes,

\ J-i. bv Sen- I said to ba"t the same and used and but has sound and healthy. which no doubt would hate '
[Adopted by louse of Kiprrcntativeh, Dwember 4, Adopted i ef'c to twenty cents per bushel; experience
ale, December ", hZJ. Approvtd bv Governor, December 11, 1S45 ] I Io. treated in the same way, kept a slow growth, j now opened our eyes, and we are purchasingall attained the usual size, had they not l been pre. y 1
CrRE FOB VOLUNTARY STAvATIoN.-The following account of and made to surround the stem of the tree. at double: the former price." maturely disturbed. The owner has given

[!\ 2(1), PreamM- and Resolutions, relative tr.a chance in the mail route from I the most singular cure of a crazy genius, who believing himself dead, We are of opinion, that a small quantity of I we can [Maine Culliralor.II I orders that they are nut to be further disturbed i 3 .

Tallahassee to JarkvNivillt and GrevV Ferry, and to increase the speed I would not eat, is told in the London Lancet by a correspondent of that seed, say two or three shovels full, for the purpose; ascertaining to what ex. ,

thereof, also establishing a mail route from lilount'8 Ferry Columt, toKirkland'a journal : colon placed round and in contact with the stem WE\LTI 0--TIIE-MEXICAX Cm'Rt'ES.-1 tent potatoes can be prnwn itl.out manure, ..m ,,
with the line from St. Marjs
Georgia, to in Jacksonville.WIIEEEAS Nassau" County. conjoining I Whilst residing at Rome I paid a visit to the lunatic asylum there, each spring, would keep ofl' the worm, by the II i mmj. Noah, in the New York Times, speaking '! soil, or light.-Rlgli h I'p" t

j and among the more remarkable patients one was pointed out to me unpleasant odor it throws off whilst decaying.The of the immense treasure the Mexican( 'II

Much inconvenience is; experienced by tlIC.Go'ern. I who had been saved with much difficulty from inflicting death upon quantity, of course, must not be sufficient churches contain says :-" II the cathedral i S.lf' Sam Johnsin; yourVo a Iitaraturnnii'"a M t
and I
meat and citizens of Florida, in consequence of thc tardiness I himself starvation in bed, under an that lIe the ; answer me dis. Why is apple.liketPrutcr' .
[ in the by voluntary impression to produce mush heat. When dug in, in i of Puebla JfZrtt Angeles hangs a grand charily j ''
inconvenience of communication, with the various counties I was defunct, declaring that dead people never ale. It was soon obt fall, it would greatly aid the growth of the I. delcir of massive gold and silver, not of j tJpe ? an.. t

Eastern part of this ritatc. And whereas, it is of the utmost importance I 'il to all that the issue must be fatal, when the humane doctor bethought tree--which should be dug round, and examined I averdupoie, but of whole tons of weight OI1Cf, col-1 IJ I pubs cat UI,. t. t
to the commercial interest, to be in posession! of the earliest intelligence i C''honunemnbigldedtrackratan! its be.'t
him of the following stratagem. Half a dozen of the attendants every ; the earth, at the same time, J lected under the viceroys from the carious'! .
from the great mart of commerce at the North and East : white shrouds and their faces fal ;e de>'re often in pie.
dressed in and hands covered being away somewhat from the stem. mines. On the right of the altar i cal
And vlifreas, a change in the mail route with an increase of .speed marched in file with dead silence into tributary .. lam\ yap, call, c
I with chalk, were single a Strips of woolen or other cloth, saturated stands a carved t figure of (the Virgin, dressed j uepar!
would tend) much to the enhancing of the prosperity of this State, room adjoining that of the patient, where he observed them, througha with coal (iras) tarand wrapped loosely round in beautiful embossed satin-executed by the | *. Pn;' sass I lllt l,oy of six n'u s**P.i.
and as it is believed, would add to the Post Office revenue. Therefore, j I left sit down to meal. 'Halloa !' ('hair-and a courting ]'* '
the mines
door, purposely open, a hearty the tree,just above the surface of ground, nuns ofthe place. Around her neck i is !11(8.r go '
Be i resolved by the Senate and House of! Representatives of the i I said he that was deceased, presently, loan attendant, 'who be they T I is also a good (preventive. a row of pearls. of value lS-I h No. my ,on.*
State of Florida in rcnrral.hsrmU, convened, That our Senatorsand Dead men w'asthe reply. 'What!' rejoined the corpse, 'do dead The disease called the fellows, alluded to coronet of pure gold 1rcilu. and! '! .. W'I. then, this pi|>er tell? an awful t h t m

Representative .c in Congress, be, and are hereby requested to I people eat *, *To be sure they do, as you see,' answered the atten I in yesterday's paper, has been ascribed to the her waist is bound .with tncirct.I zone! of diamonds I for it says the 'hair addres-wd the J'U.t

place this subject uefor.Congress, and the Post Office D'lartment dant. 'If that's the case,' exclaimed the defunct, 'I'll join them, for injuries caused by this insect. But this is, and enormous The candelabra. i, Just take him off his bed. Ic.!getting

and ue their best exertion to have the mail transported 1 I'm famished,' and thus instantly was the spell broken." assuredly a mistake. The real cause has not are of silver and Irlllt gold, too massive to be raised tiN smart.: 4' .4

- in a direct route from Tallahassee, via. Monlicello, Madison Court i been discovered. When a tree is attacked bv the strongest hand), and I the Host is one I h Mother! our Sal had, a fit !" t

house, Columbus, Mineral Spring, Alligator and Harbor's, to Jack. | N ovr.L-W a have heard of travelling book stores hat stores, &c., by this disease, its leaves become yelow. and massof. splendid jewels of (he richest t kind.- j'1 h A what 1-a what ? Oh munjer, I'lvonay

toavillc' branching the said route by running it from Alligator, twice i but it is the first time that ever we recollect of hearing of a travel shrivel up, as Ifenvelopingsome In the Mexican athedral t"Nt is a railing ol J :fit ?*' tI t

a week to Garey'n ].1 ling printing Office. I'r is one : I however, is not the case. No tree survives its exquisite workmanship, five f c in height and'!; ,. Yes-dad Is' igbt her a pair of shoes, and

route established! from Hlount's Ferry in Columbia County, \ia. Mo- :It i said that the wagons that are to convey the Mormons to attack ; and as it is certainly contagious, all two hundred feet 1 in J'ngth. of gold and silver, they tit exactly."_ _____

niac and Tracf>J'J to Kirkland's, thus conjoining the "regular mail California! will number 5000, and will form a line 23 miles long In "I" within the reach of the tree,frt attacked, becoming on which stand' 1 f figure of the Virgin; ofRemedios ?-The London Post of '
Jacksonville Florida.Be \ :
route from St. Mary Georgia, to from which be issued infected from it, so soon it is seen with three rJITUTlt
the front is to be a press and types "i everymornin" a petticoats ; one ufpears. We have satisfaction .
resolved this and resolutions the Slim tilt, : :- great
ilfurther That copy ot preamble a to be. sent back to inform tho rear guard what is that a tree is attacked, it should be immediately one of emeralds, and one of diarouJs ; tht says that
of said Senators andRepresentative paper in IMMD enabh-d to announce an
duly certified, be forwarded to each our I in the van !" I I dug up and burned, no matter how valuable.It figure alone valued at three millions of dol :
on the auectonale
calculated! to strengthen
in Congress, and to the Post Master General I IAdopte is said, not only that young trees carried lars. In the church of iiiadaloiipe; there are event, of the to th<* throne, and i

[ by h ember 20 tS45. Adopted by House of U.prel I from a nursery where this disease exists, will still richer and more articles ; and in I attachment jx-ople p t
Snate. in railroad off southwest splendid of herMajesty'
'.* *mb<;r 23,1'.t5; Approved by the Governor; December 24, 1H5.o.] A New Englander, riding a car, some- infect a whole but that the earthin that of Lorettothey have figures representingthe at the same tiles increase the! happiness
whore seemed particularly) disposed to the other ers neighLrhoo I domestic may be expected e
I astoni.1 *
I circc.
with tough stories about Yankeedom. Jat he ps.en that which they grow wi convey the dis Last Supper, before whom are placed to take place early in April nc t."
[Ito. 21 and relative to the continuation of the mail of and silver to the
] hpimblf Resolution d immense and made millon piles gold plate represent
an dairy a
of his own
rote from 1'\f9 SmvtM.. U Orange County, to Indian River Inlet, in St. one of butter neighbors and a million pounds of cheese yearly. The story ease.No cure or certain preventive has yet been simplicity the event. It i is the same in all A Mi sTAun.-.\ gentleman Fast week, got f

Lie Cuulty. ;; pounds sensation and the Yankee .that his found.Ve can only recommend care in pro. the churches and cathedral in 1llico. The into a Ilroadwav Mng", in which were ten
perceiving veracity
'mREU, The citizens of St. Lucie County, in the Slate of Flor- produced.some of friend follows curing young trees from a quarter where the Starving Jjepero kneels before a figure of the pretty girls. Upon ascending the steps be
in being questioned, appealed a
rda, are entirely witf out mail facities the nearest Post Office being was danger a disease is not known : and, if it make its up. Virgin worth three milons. and \oul die of pauseillor a moment dazzled 1 h} the beauty ,

.New Smyrna Bitukte on sea distant about one hundred : instantly dig up those infected, and want before he .him* to touch etore him. P
of pearance
br P ? I Deacon Browu
isn't it speak "
aDd thirty miles north : And no communications are reJ True, 1r. ?V you burn them. We have never heard of an instance one ofthe.brilliants of her robes worth to hima .The is lm. sir ; sit down, said one ;

of Office at Newt know Deacon of in the South Southwest. hundred millions thus of the amiable ladies.
J by any thesettlers, except through the Post yellows or fortune. About a arc
the ( that is, I know Deacon Brown,
Ye-e-s, replied said the getlms i
njraa,, which send for riend' yes church while .I thank gentleman .
t place they are obliged to exclusively how of locked up in ornaments, nothingis you '
don't know ever precisely pounds ornniniubutI
I as
jr letters and paprs which u great drawback upon the Planters, though and cheese he in a hear year, but I know he many hk twelve sawmills THE MILITIA OF THE UNITED STATES. laid out for public education_ roads, canals, in. "I thought of getting into" an
make "
other and retards the prosperity and settlement of ten butter that all go by !' The number of militia enrolled and subject to public improvements, and true national glory. ba't entered n laradie.

-0untJ : whereas, the mall can be transported from New ..tnyr.



---- -- -
__ -. --- : -- ---- -- --- ---- --- ---- .-- .
f" I lime in our commercial Am-rican Ministers the
---- ----- greater than at any Tner on subject of the
Ft CM t'tf J"tt,!.riJlr Courier.Mexico. degree north latitude and from that parallel to tious raisid by his statements, and relied upon by the Louisiana edlon. history. The public prosperity''i so blo ant that Oregon. The misfortune of such Locaments

the Pacific.t minority of the Committee, evidence a spirit on his The Democracy of Louisiana. have achie'f a noble capitalists souglitout new fed:of investment; ant
that voluminous
is too for
they are the
.-Her Pro liable DClilln). There is no beating about the bush here ; part to meet the question before the House fairly and decisive viclory in laleelection. New- the rail wav mania 5rungulP \hieh haj never a world. The perusal ,
of the
About a year ,incc wo noticed a statement the case is clear and explicit the Unite and upon its merit? Orleans the citadel of native and whigism, gives parallel, and. it is to be hoped, wi nee again find great London Time
; imitation. The elements gate alrm. has: devoted a seies of articles to (lie
contained in a New YUlk paper, of A society) Slates! arc determined to have the Rio Bravo Mr. Cabell asserts tho perfect conviction on his the democrats an average majority of over W) They drenched the fields with superfluous moisture of this correspondence consideration -

aid to l ht' in xiMence in I'xi't. for the purpose and the 37th parallel to the Pacific ; and they; mind, that the majority df the people voted'for himon Thus will it ever be, when no spirit but that of opposition ; and the contldence'which existed pave way on with reference to the more particularly -

of annexing thiit country t<) the United I have them unless England interferes for the Cth of October, but could offer no evidence to whig fallacies, animates their hearts. the slightest appearance danger. Alarm sucoeded two points

States ; all although we r'jl'ctl'l the truth wi districts of Mexico before the Committee to induce them to think eo- United, nothing .n earth can withstand the progress -a panic followed- ,lwinnin : with En the stats upon which Mr. Buchanan insists, namely
(proeruI i/Il milan of Ihe Share it ultimately reached lnd'! first, the title arising from prior
ofthl't tatrni nt oflhe fl't CAt-olmcc. of such) and the ports Pacific. hence so much special pleading. We know Mr. of Democracy. Truth is mighty, and mint pre Premier- markt-on him reluctant reilnahon. illd. and secondly, the cession of the occupancy,

a n ciety, \ve predicted that) tins time would! The WI ilr then proceeds to note passi il Cabell well, and favorably to; we believe him lionvst vail." for a time, reduced the executive machinery! to a tho United States. Spanish

he short, before. 1 ;proposition to ibis offocl events Mexico: and speaks of the proposal in making such assertions, although we were JOH.N-SO.X, the democratic candidate. for Governor, itead luck. The history of the price of food, and claim to The paper in

w.uhl.1 l made, and if rejected the) actual lo mach troopsloTenas and the United States satisfied when Mr. Cabclllelt this place for Washington is elected by a considerable majority, and the democratic the varying appearances: of physical nature, from the question endeavors to show that the maintenance .
of the to the commencement of the of these is
two rights
of t Mexico I by then !n.IricHl This he ridicules thus both branches of the Legislature beginning past incompatable
conquest : that Mr. Brockenbrough was elected ; for ascenfiancyin year. is, in fact, the history of the cotton the ; t
present that if is other
at would! be the consequenceWe thru said March' troops indeed against tho United there was no county to b heard from'whicha not will be large.It trade. So true is it, that commerce and manufactures one correct cannot be sus

that we regarded Mexico as a doomed conn- States Why the expedition to California, dru.eratieand letter had been received from Key Depend Upon the seasons ; but with an enr.chaning tained. "The prior occupation, and the} after -

try-doomed to be stibjtiga ed and Bimihilated? which] was organized eight months since, anton West showing the vote from that precinct to be 4" i is truly astonishing to notice the inconsistencies bad- climate like cirs, it depends, in a great cession, may be cited as distinct (acts,
and of inJiidual. who attempt to sustain a measure,upon a contingency. but they cannot confer one title. Two
,in natne, t by us hrr inon' powerful ag. whose arrival probably the safety of Ujpper majority for Mr. We take however OREGOX. bad
n pleasure dilemma in which place themselves RAIL ROAD TO -preliminary negotiations -
and the
they titles make
results havestreiiplhene cause, can no more a
prevail%c ,neighbor: Subsequent California (depends, has not yet set out, 1>e. in removing 'conviction from the mind ol are on foot for the purpose of constructing a good one, than
t hhi i .Miff.: And in 'farther cor- cal c Inicstra, who commands it, declares he Mr. C. and his friends by giving, in the annexed by so doin We intend this to apply to great central line of railway connect! the cities of two affirmatives can make a negative.Vc

roijoratinn of it.n' find, from :correspondent will not move he is uuNd of pay and statement,the whole ,"ote." returned to this time in Pensacola Gazette, in pretending to give a fair and I Halifax and Quebec, in British North America,witha should like to have presented our readers
Yoik Couiicr, writinhy theCatnhrii unti correct statement cf the facts in relation to the contested view to its ultimate extension the (f yeas, with thee articles, as thf' "are considered
of the New subsistence for Tobasco sets the ) in
mn. the office,and which it is belie*edi ii the full
the tern-
Sreary's to the mouth of the Columbia, in Ore o:
of the State of
of iho 11thlilt. e1cction-ofllvpresentatm'e : this} be a1)Ic
l.ondoi to if
that the : Tinl.! Central Government at defiance ; Calforia'is amount of the entire vote polled throughout the State, ; country not unanswerable
., contains: a letter 'Irom iM Mexicin cor- a11"t independent ; and Sonora las, except the Charlotte's Harbor, in Monroe- rida. The editor remarks very truly, when he says, THE OREGON QtEII-The Committee of the expositions of the subject ; but as they appeared

recpciv! -nt. wh.. npjx-ai < to entertain the again iwade its prominciamenlo. The county, precinct we learn Mr. B. got all the votes, being .We never very well unl1euto the nature and London. Peace Society have memorialized Sir R. Peel only a day or two preceding the sail

sim; <' opinion. Me hay" : I Government cannot even protect the road from about nine in number grounds of this controversy) and have there-fore never in favor of settling this: question by peaceful rather ing of the steamer, when onr columns were

44 In the opinion uf rriny)', the eifctcnce, asa I I V'r Cruz to the Capitol from the bands that : attempted to explain it CHIT readers." I would than British by other means whatever receive to adopt provocation a warlike the crowded with the statistical information, to

nation: co!' )It.icC, i is )hastening to its termination 'I infest it, and how can it send troops to the exJ JlroclienbroHgh.Santa Cabrl. Total..scarnh.ia ha't been well had he made himself acquainted with tone and government policy. They nay earnestly deprecate war between which he had previously pledged ourselves

; and as tor .I ran iee, no great J tremities of the Republic ? The troops in the Rosa, ,:1 i" 137 I I'ft 210 173 the fads of the-vase before attempted to do so, the two nations, and urge the propriety of we are reluctantly compelled to forego the

man: .appear who i Neqtril to the regeneration I capitol are tolerably '-l paid, and some of-the Walton, ': 1"0 a;. and committed ?u many blunders and misrepresentations settling the dispute arbitration. pleasure._ _

of the republic.: The Cowininenl is powerless regiments have a fair military appearance. Washington, : 1H .J'' as he has in the following extract from an article COMMERCIAL TAF.ATY BITWEF: N'PI.FI AND Upon the whole, then, if the Message has
V. ST.'TES.-A treaty of commerce, it is said
1 in the the 'cpartments barely! Jackson: ,3 2U43D 3.0 on that subject, in his last He remarks, THE all the satisfaction
even capital: The division of Pa redes is also said to be in 137 paper. was signed on December 31!, *t Naples with the not given in England

hold on to the) centml State ; there i is no population 'I' an efficient state, but as to the rest of the army Ins. Franklin, t 21 5 alter speaking e the laws governing the electionof United States. The American (cotton it is said, is which the friend and wrll wishers of America .

to till the finest toil in the \voHJ, and its condition may bo judged from the fact thata Clhouis > which he appears a ignorant a he is of the true not to pay more than ten ducats entrance duty, in desire, it has its favorable pointtt.t nf

riches above and! Mow ground retrain unexplored I general order was lately published from the .Ifl' 31; state of facts in reference to the contested scat, as place of is placed on the same footings free trade ; and the pending triumph of free
that of the East Indies or Egypt. The wines of
t for want of intelligence and halls to War Office, calling on Ih offer to-check (;zmlokn, 2-t 274 4 as follows : Nalilesand Sicily are to be admiit into the unionon trade principles will, in all probability be

work them. If Knglaa-l trill n"' ;';inTrferr I the daily practice of the sell'iig their 1..11. 27' *t11 tJS2 4. At the end thirty lav t afl file election, theSecretary paying the same duties as the wines of other na accompanied: by a satisfactory adjustment of

the doom (J( Mi-tico it seied anti in the courseofttfetr and accoutrements. Wakulla, 67 'ST 0J3J I h of State (ounle Ile site, as returned, tions. that bone of contention, the Oregon. Polk
,! trilhthcI'nitcd mtlt Jetlrrnon, SOSC23 1'3 3it2.V.;1 whether directlv by inspectors, or consolidated From the London Times.
it mnit b* ( and Peel as to the necessity of the first
years illtPJ" Madison, 122 agree
by the of Probate, and Mr C shell
Judses having a
$;" '(,. /'((.'(Ylntlf and jfor/ : Hamilton, tJ 39; l- clear majority was commissioned according to law. "All attempts at compromise having failed why not of the last alternative 1

of the I'ni'.fd tila'es entertain ".J dvull on tintsubject. THE :FLOllIIAN.() ; .It turns out, however, that minting only those ," Mr. Polk recommends that notice shouldbe The professional politicians of England

They siy that tlC114) not interfere in -- -- - 9 1033 votes which wore consolidated by llt Judges of Pro- given to terminate the joint occupation of presume to see, in the beligerent policy ofMr.

the ef : [ an I they are deler- .LEV 1T A LON E Colombia, 17201* bate, and were thus returned to Screlar Mr. the country ; that the laws and institutions of Polk, a desire in order to secure his reelection -
atlia 1.111 Alachua, too 71 I :U Urockcnbrou h has the greater i is not
l\ hall ; ;in : 'Imher. I the Union should be extended to the American
( na J'' ; in'erferc Hcnton, fc2PO 7 !I pretended, we believe, that he recrireil the greater to flatter the war feelings] of the

the rfairx) of the neturh!. Hy aggression .. Saturday, IVIui:'ry 7, iS 16. Marion, SS 175 number of votes, but yet he and hii friend are willing settlers in Oregon ; and that military posts Western Slates. But commerce is the great:
resolved -- --- -- ------ -- ---- ---- ----- 10 avail themselves of this of the should be established for their .
6 to
allt'latinn. or crnqnest, they: are on Levy inSs'J informality protection.All promoter of peace and civilization Whatever -

enticing all Mexico J4\t1 to th Duva), 1S3 17* of the people of the State, as expresses l annoyance may
in th.* l'uiol; and, come trJi it may, 117Nt mullet vextd <|iK-stion has at last been disposed St. Johns, 173 07 through the ballot box. This may distinctly lie accordance possible that any civilized nation would readily experienced in the seclusion of their agricul.

mu t mMicr or later br "(romlli, /?( am I If in the House of Representatives.. Mr. I5rockon- Nassau, 79 2-; 2jt 105 with the spiiit of .voting democracy 1," but there i. plunge into so fatal and suicidal error as tural produce from England, the day is fast

therclbrc: fiul y aware of the great danger to I brug1 (has. $ucetIl- obtaining his scat. This Dade.Monroe. 1 1 2; nofnirnen, truth or honor in it. to defend by war the mere right of occupa- approaching when the barrier will be removed -

which: ths monetary circulation of the Europe i we were sat isfiod would be the f'ul and we are JO ClU 174- I .The committee of the HOI e of Representatives tion, and the still more imaginary claim to and the soil of Britain will be the

will be exposed when the silver districts of only surprised that tho. decision should hab n St. Lucie ;' 9t'4 hue, M we returns understand of the ,Judges decided of Probate it is th must con which Mr. Polk also refers-the antecedent ready and greatful recipient of all the **breadstuffs

Mexico are under the control of ihfi American so long ddJ'.cd. The I lloiioe very properly decide IWl"L.oughJ -( solidat-"n"r SCeI3n- State. This "Ih1 of course right of the Union to all the unsettled and undecided which the Western States can send

Congress and! of the imprudence! of our per thcijue,Hon upon its merits, regardless of lite juib- 12131EC.PITLJLATION ?efi make it necessary : votes no aliendy so con- territory on the North American con u.s. This is not so much a matter of opinion

milting t 1 1"nllo\H'r, like that of the I'nitec] Ides. and technicalities in"i.te on by the minority : folidated-should" got together by the respcctivJudges tinent. The declaration is too premature, as the assertion of a principle that has
of Probate and forwarded at once to the Sec
States, to richest nation ;1 the of the commite I is one of the fundament West Florida, 4VX) &3f rotary of State. This done, the decision of that however, to be really alarming. It proposesto become paramount amngst us, and threatensto

world ; but I cannot help admitting, at the principles of our republican government, that the Mitdll Florida, 9SD 10.VKast officer must still be the same a at first, and MrCabell bring things to an immediate issue, and destroy all who will not bend to its in- -

same time, that if (;Ireal Britain will net in. majoiity sh.)ll rue in all matters constitutionally' Florida, 1213 75J .il retain < seat, unlen.1 the mere brut that immediate isswe must be one of negotiation fluence.

t'rf'rc. the grntral IIt humanity must betttlranccdby suhmitt- the decision of the people. -26tl. -2t.37 I ova of party""discipline 8C IM1I.YEI TO THRI'K not arms. A slower course might have -------
this HIM VROISTue IT. and certain. Mr.I West Florida Collegiate lustltutloir.1V .
the annefa'ion of'ry The simple ipcstion thereft'rea had 2631 been more insidious more
tide > wlO re- editor of the Gazette is entirely behind the of notice but hare received catalogue of the Officers and
the Americn'n Ionian. The l emigratioi criefii the tarter rote throughout the trfmle State ? : Calhoun's policy giving no push a

will instead of flowing directly! take the current And any attempt to finally decide this content xi|>on 61 limes. He certainly has seen few of the returns rePorted ing the undoubted right of joint occupancy to Student of the West Florida Collegiate ImtittHe

of the United Stale; *, and even millions! an1| it her question, amounts to a Irtual acknowledgment Add Brandy Branch, 21With here and at Washington. I is not only "pre- the utmost, could hardly fail, in the course of located at Pensacola fcr the year 145 and 134?.

of the English, Scotch and Irish emigrant that the sovereign of this State hate 2 tt tided"that Mr. n received the greatcr.nmnber of ten years, to result in a repetition of the gameof REV. F. F. Peake, Principal and Teacher of

can pass through American poits lo fix as settlers the pl'llo \'Itl," but the documents have been produced and Texas, or rather of the original] Declaration Ancient Languages.
not exclusive to their .
right representative.Vet a decided majority r.f the votes in favor
in this land of milk and honey. ibeietclitd lamt' published, which show conclusively that such it tile of Independence. Oregon, should the HORACE HIGLKY, Teacher English and French
Mr. Califll calls this an invasion ol" State rights of Mr. it evinces no great magnanimity on the
before n. fact; and it was on this fact that Mr.
InHal race must give way BroknbrolghU' American population ever attain a substantial L.anu4t'S"
to permit the voice to bo heard, unless the ( Mr. Cabell, to offer to resign i his seat and run
the influx cf\ white population, and myriads leople'! part : his friends relied for t the decision Congress in preponderance. would not long remain a Brit AVOVSTE POITEVE.V, M. D-, Teacher of French
lutes arc according to strict technicalities the the of the decision
ofacres now unfilled ill tecza with. wealth contest just on eve his favor. The spirit of the voung dl mc i i" ish colony ; but occupancy though an irresis- Language.

and abuulJIIl. The climate is magnificent; of law, as to time.Theqcestion against him. As we stated some time since, one or baS entirely on fairness, truth and honor." U'e table power, is not a right, but depends on CHARLKS '\ TWITCHFU., Prefect.MR .
before rIle Scn-tary of -States at theexpiration the other of the elected. There
I two was
(except on the coa>t, and in particular dislril, cdidate never resort to .brute force of party discipline to numbers, not arms. '. MARY SnWU'TrILJtI SO*, Principalof
of thirty days from tlw day of ilertion, tie and if the could settled
'was no difficulty not
fever does imt apjn'ar. l.trry European| production attain an object. We rely alone on the right and The terms of the Message imply then, the Junior Department. -
was not who had received the larccr vote throughout here it would be settled it has been the House
as by
cal be raised] ; and I may say there is justice of our cause and the good S'ns.and honrstv alternative of war, or conclusive negotiation. )hn FRANCIS L. DADE, Assistant.

room fur all the emigration that can be poured the whole State or who was the representativeelect 4 of Htlrecntatiu., upon principles of justice and of an enlightened people for SlCC5. We would War is too monstrous to be thought of for a The Seniors number? males and 16 f mllesTIle

in, in a quarter, of a century .from the BritUh but it was which of the candidates, according .equity. \ho \i say the decision of the BOUM is refer the Gazette to the "erl reports of the Committee moment, except after every effort at a compromise Juniors 2S males, and 23 females.
to the l-gal had the number ,
Isles. The! nctt gOd::tJ, Hriti\h occupationof rdur4. greatest \.f votes I rot correct i of Elections!, and the statement of the canvass has been exhausted. Britain and The report of the examining committee is highly
at the enJ of thii and entitled
ty was
Mexico is its ;1t. rpal(11 irith! the UnilrdStates. Florida Contested Election. of votes and subsequent certificates of the Secretary America must be too sensible of their mutual recomraendator;, not only of the plan of study which
to the cotnrm,ion : for instances arise, as in the
We shall ( it takes place may HOUSE January 21.* of State a well as to a statement. in our paper benefits, mutual! dependence and mutual respect w strictly inductive, but of the effects of the system
preseiu case, where the candidate entitled to the OJ REPREIT.'Tlnl -
immediate employment (f, our i oor, a consumption return i is not in fact elected. The Secretary of State.. The question was taken-first, 01. the following to-day,carefully copied from the lull returns now in to peril the substantial blessings they I in the rapid advancement of the students. From the

of Hrilish nunutactures spread resolution, to wit : the Secretary's office, and it will b self-evident that now enjoy, and are daily multiplying in the interest manifested{ by the Trustees Principal and
we consider, in deciding this is confined '
this great continent, th'> (dispensation of thoKuglish question, to Rctolftd, That Edward C. Cabl, relurnt to this Mr. B. received a decided majoI )'. We then put relations of peace, for the bloody and preca- Assistant, connected with the Institution doubt
__ __.____ .. we
the record matter on file in his Itrnrk- u ... .
language auJ English feelings over enbrouzh thinks, that:ofce. r i. not to his srett. 1110 l Rood sense and intelligence ot the Gazette. rious glories of war. It is all but impossible not that it will retain, high character for Uiefl.llC
alnx t boundless territt' We in \vill us .10ul< confined i ttt4 if Mr. B. not elected, and if, in all fairness that and kindred ,
1 >> mu't hiin'clf to the returns ol I the Judges of Pro- And was decided in the affirmative >s follows : was two great nations, after ness, which it has thus far been cele rated.

short, nuke. up our minds to this rl Yea 10.*., nays '1. the editor should O corn'c the statements made in healing ao wide a breach, and helping one Pen actlta a* a residence is not surpassed by
>ate. or County Clerks whete there were no Judges; decided that Mr. CabeU any
happy will! it be 'for the common intrrestj othumanity So the House was not entitled his last
paper. another to .
so great a common prosperiy.shotild other city in theState. Its broad sheet of water
unless (treat Britain should! take while the Secretary felt himself authorized to receive to a scat iu this Hou<\ in
And the question was then on the secoi U become again mutual and unnatural Iron, the solidity cf the atmosphere the healthy
the mater into her own hands! alirmod all! did receive, as well the inspector returnsas I.kel Another Arrival.The .
resolution, to wit : destroyers for a mere of honor for
point a and relieve
which to
loose of the of sea breeze ever anon prevails
the ol'the United States ( Judges Prlbae 1 matters very British Steamer Hibernia arrived Boston
i is at
at growing power fiftolred, That Wm. II. Rrockenbrough entitled on wilderness from
remote both
and their dominion over the mining district* little, however, ,hich of these opinions arc the more to a eat in this House a a representative from the the 3 January), bringing news twenty days later, a of ,months separated bv a the oppressive heat of a southern city its delightful

t li'or which our monetary 'drcntiol is furnished correct, seeing that they- only refer to the trturn, State ol' Florida. synopsis which ) be fottnd below. Lord John journey many by stormy seas, location and the hospitality of its citizens, all conduce -
\i and almost
I. when it i is and not the !/ia/ result. For, if the person who is And ira decided in the affirmative, u follows : Ruell, it will failed impassable rocks and deserts. to i invite those who can afford to spend a sum-
I b ptrei'r to forma Unless Mr. Polk is
Teas los. M.So
accoulliolu.d. entirel. with
returned a< a member is not supported by a majoritvI \ merely trilling mer from their business,or send their children from
letter .from
The and
) Ministry, Sir Robert
\ ( pro. the I louse Jocided that Mr. Brockenbrough teas ree to return to words, and secretly scoffing at the universal
r phetic extract i is made, tommCUCl'S by alluding ..1 I the votes of the people the House of Kepresenativts entitled to a scat in this House. power. The complexion of the British Parliament, sentiments he is himself home for education to do so there-

to the diticutit.! : with the French Minis i j \il, notwithstanding the commission i give Mr. B. appeared, was qualified, and took his seat. as will be seen by an article from the N" Y. Evening of humanity, and incapable We have thus noticed this institution,as we thin

ter, Baron Cyprey, who has gone to Havana he seat to him who has in fact. been ('hcte! by the P/ I in another column, i i" s'rongly Tory and had so of great his an outrage the injury on the it deserving. The catalogue is the first of such in.

where lie will await instructions from 11'111.nd| this has been don, in this case, lot as The Oregon Q.ueatlon. I Russell succeeded in forming a Cabinet, upon the country birth and the ancestors whole on of man.'hat land of his stitution, we have ever seen in Florida, and evinces

M. CJuizot. Mexico has alo very narrowly vulgar mind suppose! because of the democratic The debate on this question is still continued in first division cf parties the whigs would have had he that race he has the a disposition on the part of its managers to aid u bras
means by
f escaped a difficulty! with Spain. I b'\'li that majority in the house of n"prl.ntti\'H. but because the House:of Representatives, although it "be- no alternative, doubtless, but to resignand leave the : maxim to ask saying that is adopted possible in sustaining that which should be thv
nothing and
!. the Mini>tcr of tie latrer took nc at someremarks they were bound to respect! the roiee of the come so stale that few of the I br who do not government again in the hands of the majority. This submit to nothing that is not?"right and, his first care of our citizens generally, to spread fir and

made at a celebrli"l of the achievement ircple of the Slate; and that too, whether all the wish to peak pay much attention tl it. I i h the fjilure to form a Cabinet we believe without a parallel further boast, that it is his "wrong anxious desire wide the benefits of education throughout the State

of Mexican. Independence. With the returns were or were not made to the tViietary of general belief however that there i is: in the House adpide in the British Government.We to
with all
also I State within thirty davs. nur.hat Mr. BrockenorowyU majority for giving the notice.In preserve peace nations. That the Correspondence of the Floridian.
British Go-Crmlnt tblr was very nearly also give below extracts from British journals
Union should
S be
an cmrt. I'cln .n .1.. J':. cAns' 1.-, ..isd that the Secretary of State in deciding the Senate, the day lor taking up the subjectiUvtr.gbecu in to the President's The anxious to heal this sore, WASHINGTON Crnr January 25, 1548.
regard impression
t had resolved not to ratify,' the contract made this question of the return, should have con 1ust1'uued ill the tenth iiist., the question that message.there will be and should think it unmanly and impolitic, The Contested Ejection-Eroelcenbrough in the
| they seem to is no
cvnvey rupture to bequeath a quarret 10 pos.iei;. i_ _..._. Kfal Tht Late .\tes-The
with the Pro'incal (;t1w'luuent under Santa fined himself to those made by the Judges of Pro only ari"ts. out of others for the defences of about Oregon. enough. That they should think 7 to strengthen ni+nlf-_Your Senatort.Foreign Oregon

( Anna, by :! house of Manning ,\ bate, lie has by'no: means contended before the Houseof the country, leading thereto. The Navy Bill was The cotton market had slightly impro'e" their claim with strong language, is also After consuming nearly a week m aix.u**;- .w.
Manhill and clu-rcd the mint
to which
Representative m .nossti.rn u .who received one of these. This:bill was particularly intended in conformity with many examples. But if contested election from your State, the seat has been
i ( a uhli sale.' M. Penn the Minis the greater vote throughout the State that lor he defence the Gulf Ctjast. for From the .\' York 24/A.
rlate ( a I provided c- l"al January the decision is to be speedy it can be by given to Mr. Brocfcenbreugh,the contesting member.

r ( \'fairs' interfered, and represented the House should b confined to the same returns.On .- the building of a particular class of Steamers, adapted Highly Important from Enropc. negotiation, either by reference, or by a recurrence The Committee on Elections, by whom this subjectwas

that tins would LI '\itahJ"- }JeaJ to war i the contrary, in his view, a well a in ours, the to this service. I was oppojM-d by Mr. Allen Arrival of the Steamship liJKa a Boston.TWENTY to the method which in the case of examined reported in favor of Mr. Brocken-

with England, and thai, if Mexico should! thus IluSmust decide the matter, regardless of technicalities and others, and advocated by the Southern members, DAYS LATER. the disputed boundary on our Canadian border brough This result has been anticipated from tfe

0 quarre with France. and Unhand: : she wouldq and quibbles, on its merits ; and, as we insist and particular those from Florida. Mr. lilies- insisted Restoration Sir Robert Peel t the ) Istl" proved so entirely. successful. rumo.ed accounts of the election that reached this

" no resource but to place herself under had full power to take the certificates of the in- that he would vote for no appropriation for the city.

the protection: of the United States"-this led ot election, wellas defence for the Atlantic and Gulf coast until the The long looked for steamer the Hibeinia, has at The Liverpool Times indulges in the following -
standing the
IPflf unimpache a last arift. She sailed from Liverpool on 4th I shall not stop to recapitulate the late Foreignnews .

a mice to an arrangement.. lhoc of Judges of Probate, not notice w as given to Great Britain ; while our Senators arrived at Boston early ,yesterday morn. strain of comments : received by the Hibernia; but I will endeavor

0, The writer: siys tkat Mexico has as yet b had, the evidence of witnesses, establish' the insi"If a strongly, that they would vote againstthe inc. The first Message of President Polk to to give you the cflect it has produced here. For some
The is of .
;, tlcne the United nothiiigtovvaids States that pro ecutinj a war is against sole material fact. necessary to decide the question notice until the appropriation was made. Andas appears intelligence to be pacific a,very and favorable important to character.It the United Congress, has created as may he readily days before the new was received, there wa great

,. ; Trtaslf. without at is"ut which is, tl/Of did the people elect at there to be a close vote upon the subject of noticein States. supposed, a greater amount of attention in excitement to hear what it would be, and a warlike
and that
a shilling ; in :judgment, the their repreientatire T Are the people, who reside in the Senate, it places the ultra Oregon party in Lord John Russell utterly faile to form a minis England than any similar document from the character was given to it in anticipation. You can

- United States will press for a settlement ofF counties sparsely and so far removed from the such a position a to render very certain their acquiescence try and Sir Robert Peel l return to power. head of the American Union has done for judge of the effect when it came, it was pacific,
claims. He also that Annexed is a list of the new cabinet
say capital, or from the convenience of mail facilities in the of coast defences. How : Public directed the
measures }ears. feeling was to peaceful, and public sentiment here
: "If Mexico will not to for Sir Robert Peel l, First Lord of the Treasury. was at once conciliated -
agree negotiate to be told they! shall b disfranchised and lose their ever much we might favor the question of notice, it Sir J. R. G. Graham Secretary of State for the Message long before it arrived, its tone, hostile -the excitement was calmed. Men.bers.whoa
settlement of those and likewise of
a dam votes, because from accident impossibility| or otherwise i is imprudent impolitic and unnecessary that it shouldbe Hoe Department.Lord or otherwise, found abundant scope for Jew days before, seemed full of war,were now more

boundaries, the States tale possession of they dj. not make their returns u early made,bore some measures are adopted, to place Lyndhurst Lord Chancellor. conjecture in the press and even during the considerate; the prospect of an amicable adjustment
I. its territories to hjJd a Duke of Lord President of the is now regarded
some of Buccleugh as
a security more
part probable. Mr. Calhoun's
those more favorably situo! Or should a people the (country ia a Mate of defence in case of war with Council. exciting time of the Ministerial crisis, journalists : influence -
such Matamoras on the Rio Grande is now extending, and Mr. Eenton
a suffer from neglect on the part of a returning Great Britain. The Duke of Wellington, Commander-in-ChitT. overwhelmed by the importance of I has already declared himself opposed to
i the Texan frontier San Fran any war mea
or JlonttrCor officer .' I i is well that there is a tribunal to which I is contended by some that the notice is intended The Earl. 0 Aberdeen,Secretary fo Foreign Af our relations with the United States stepped' sures. The speculations about war have ceased.and
oisr the The fact the United
o, on PaCilic. is, an appeal can be taken, and where the rights of par- at a ;peace measure-that the President's message fairs.The aside to discuss the question, even in the absence en the government organ is looking to a peaceful
; Slates will not let go their grasp l of Mexico ; Earl of Haddington, Lord Privy St settlement this dillicult question. It is believed
tics can be and rightfully adjusted. was so intended-that there was no absolute necessity of the President's views
they illustrating tho fable of the wolf ando fair The Earl of Ripon, President of ( of here that the English Government is disposed to set
We were much surprised on reading the statementsof of war immediately following the notice. This Control We have given elsewhere the spirit of the tie HIM question without bloodshed, ard it is
land and whether very
o e by war or negotiation", Mr. CaVll, laid before the committee on elections, might have been the re>ult, but fo the bellicose Risht Hon. II. Goulbourn, Chancellor of the English press on this important document.Our probable that her disposition arises from her entangled -
they determined to out their ends.
are wor in the !last Sentinel. We had members of Congress which can Exchequer. transatlantic readers will be struck by situation at homo. It is said that the English
He further that of boundaries I publ"he anticipate sJtchl'o Lord Granville Somerset, Chancellor of the calculate the
Duchy of Tariff and
says question on repeal our a would
Mr. C. would have taken h.'gher: grounds in his efforts not e more or less influence on the British the absence of all irritation in the remarks
will be fatal to Mexico! as .in cou'e.qnciice of Lancaster. prevent that taking place- The que tion in England
tokustain himself.! Had he, that hit Government, showing the feelings and intentions Commissioner of the of in this
of the of Coahuila and I teeing a Ear Lincoln, First of Land Rev great organs opinion country, n an isMie txtweeu the manufacturing interests and
department majority at the end of thirty days had been over of our people. We deprecate "2 with all its innumerable entc. relative to the Message ; and this reluctanceto the Hudson's Bay interc-st.

'exas ha\itg I-ecu ome jears since com1in.1 come by returns sabseiinently made, y ielded to the train of evils,its extraordinary eXI ol The Right lon. Sidney! Herbert, Secretary at avoid giving offence, arises altogether from Since the settlement of the contested election, the

ed in one, it is dillicult to say whether the I "' of the people by vacating his seat, instead or and its eft't. to fit upon a portion o/ the United War.The the members cf the Cabinet the praiseworthy desire to heal, rather thanto Oregon debate ha bn re.-urufd. an.t several excellent -
Teian portion should rUt extend to that ofCahuHa" ,1 following are new speeches have been made on either side of the
to retain it by raising technical objections States some of the abominable systems of oppression : forment the cause of diiTt'mice between stion. Yen
This point, iic add, afTird attempting for the United: : States. tu offer an he w Mild hive elevated himself in the uti- which now exist ; but apart from this,we cold The Earl of Dalhousie, President of the Board of liS and the United States respecting Oregon. that they are loss warlike then ths delivered a

I (. 1rell'xt mation of his fellow citizens, and rendered his prospects not consent to trusty step leading thereto without Trade. Some of iho articles we have given, are able week ago.
to the Rio Bravouhich The Earl ol FJlenborough, First Lord of the Ad
as Accept The Senate has been engaged fcr two three Jabs
: That the the and views of 01
I of the
for future elevation much fairer than that of adequate preparation. resources comprehensive question at
divides Coahuila into tqual paits, and miralty. debating the resolution for increasing the-N tV
other nembcr of the bank this are amply sufficient for The Earl ol St. Germains issue, argued, of course, with allowable
if followed to its sourer, cut of slices! from any whig put o government any emergency r0tm tr-Gelra1 an I do not think they will pass the Senate. All measures
cube Republic in State. we doubt not; and we are not the leas uti.ff of The Right Hon. W. Gl tone. Secretary tht amount of national feeling and prejudice, but avowedly war measures, will be opposed ia

four departments larger extent I In this Contest. the plan of operation Sm. to the prudence and discretion of a necessary prrl'aalion Colonies resenting on the whole, just and genercus the Senate by the S>>uth. The inrWnc cf the South
whole of Texas. had
than the province He The England
l'.idtnt' message rthe ha been most happily exercised in Congress,
the have been similar to that Ilnul in a contest for to meet that emergency.We and the effect it produced on the press there wassomewhat standard of reason and logic. the existence of this war fevar. during
alI The: of frontier will the rights of properly. 'hfrf. perhaps.ant of proI are gratified to see the course of Mr. Calhounon remarkable. In Paris it had not the effect -; One cause, perhaps, why the message has Of course,jou have later dates from Mexico than

question' Als\ b cm.p nctict Mr. C. altedges against Mr. B,Might this subject, and that he is sustained by our own anticiate. We make several extracts.It agreeably disappointed all expectation here we can have.
the PaciSc coast in"'A / per a
rrasfting on :io.tiaiio's have been fatal..e agree however, with Mr. Senators, and the Southern Senators generally,in his appears fear of the indiscretion of Lord is, the well-timed observation in which it ia- The principal talk in the fashionable world is th.

. MrxicAn NOW GOING(UOVERXMENT ON mTWYEN* FOR TiE BRITISH A DOT-- Hamlin in his speech before ihe Home of Repre : course. And i proper coolness and discretion should Palmerston There has caused been a the slight disruption improvement in the in whig Cotton.ranks. I ulges respecting a liberal tariff. If the Oregon brilliant late ball,alftair.given and by Secretary elevated the Buchanan.standing of It the wu di,a

p FBOXriKR fARALLRL, TiE tentative. Out there was a third party interested, b observed by all parties,we doubt not the question, COMMERCIAL AITAIR. *.-The past year has been i, is the bane, the proposed reduction of tin uished Rachelor. with the ladies. The Presi-

TIOK OF A ECI'UR\ and that had rights to either. relative to our rights to Oregon will be amicable adjusted. one of extraordinary "icilituf. in its commercialnot the tariff is the antidote in the new President's dent also gave a levee last week, which wa* very
party paramount
HBIIWH J?(TFJUSf, No one can be mis. I Ii was she people */ State tif Florida who I The tone of the British press, on the reception less than its sial political lhak. I missive to Congress. The style of largely attended.P. .
the views of the United Slates lie .udAra'd opened There was a plenty ot .
on auspiciously. Barton
laken as to Key. F.-q., son of the laf Francis
received by the last the document has elicited and although !- S.
these> &ud I fiud by an authority now be and not the parties litigant ; and that th Pr.ident' message a employment was abundant, capital abnde. confidence praise ; Key. author of the Stir Spanned Banner,has been
, po.t voice has been heard and At to the Steamer. i is decidedly pacific. Preparation of a warlike prevailed, and the society Mr. Polk has been snubbed by Euro- appointed United States District Attorney for this
l.el >re me, authenticity of the returns,rIfle.they stand the character it is true, are still in progress, yet. worked harmonious and bautiful pean publicists as a nl u..tlaommt., he has District.
.That on the Gill of August, l J3.:, Mr. I rOT ol o The cotton trade, year, has experienced After
( and the it a frivolous one. we doubt not Great Britain will long hesitate, ere given proof in this much criticised document some very disagreeable weather, weire now
Minister of Foreign Affaires at Wa!h.ington same footing objection the mutations to which we allude-the instability -
ylh, he strikes the first blow end will not attempt ofthn possession literary that command enjojio delightful spring wealher.
Mr.I BerCharged'.tfliiz.s5t The returns all import themselves authenticity.andiftLrrebe ; a to which all things sublunary arc subject. powers Your Senators have
to not taken
i wrote u yet a distinguished
hita to ihe affairs fraud in those rKei"e after thirty appeal to 'force until all other measures fail to effect There wa excellent businessdoing in the great staplein respect if they do not always force position in the debates of the Senate.very It U-
at Mexico, ordering arrange desired settlement. Her posit ion for a long the earlier months; the price if not conviction.
not for
think it bad the protrBetcd high customary new members do
which to
'I days ( wa extreme so. They are
nil sacrifices a"el a
Texas lo make to get posses- hopeful, was uniform and the Urge
intimate such fraud rtt'.ftssuch a war must neccuarily 1 be, may or ; consumption, Since the mess.ige came to hand, another however, very much respected, and their eoofteoiu
to )
Francisco insist. injustice mat with the encouraging .
of San feeling was
of the Bay bjr t abroa. guarantee and
siu time be more favorable than ours, butin arrival has brought us the correspondence manners independence, has already given them a
( further
bi him ruestions at hCTYMaat At this I
against depr price.
frontier line drawn from the Gulf cf upon rrMfl\ "D"I' prominence in the Senate. understood to
a They are
L ir.r Mexico 0 a fvliowiii the Rio Draioto the .'17th !ot the prtr W. submit whrthf the rfyec- the cod it oild prove ditastteu, if not ruinous. period, and fcr some time after,the consumption wi bid before Congress between British and be azam t the notice or any mra'surelotkins to warn


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; Diddler. f and -- -- .
Female Jeremy wcting relentless ; '
wretch -- -
.4 l who, if gold could The -
the annexed articl. Under t he above capWl he .queezed out of the pore* of hi. slaves, would (Ihe 4th inauguration. aller'which took piac with much ceremony on Strength of the HTug and Tory Parties !, Log- L.G.OUS () ICC. -
clip j Te Deum
the a w as celebrated in ;oti.'.'
hydraulic lantl .
\cw Orleans P3CayiUCThelady (>) employ press fo the purx| >se. He M the Cathedral. The rcs.ideftt made -Tbc Express publishes a statement of the The preachers of the Fllrida Conference and local I
I OJ'f'I'D the, altogether unknown in this I latiB1"1" Southern the terror of all iltfve* and despised by all native pealing to Heaven for the disinterestedness an address ap division of parties in the British Parliament, which preachers who attend the Confirmee OrJinati.non I' SlXlhonth after date, I shall present flu! final 31C- I e
J14'1 ,.1 I his .
, will call at residence uchers to the Hon Ju.'ne! tf Pr'. ,
that my
we can aurc our amiable fend slave of Mammon, with no declaring ad soon all the country i complexion| of Pntish politics bate in mouth for the twmtv o( J, f'rsu.i, .
idtve think more feeling than his had established her liberties he in future near the Academy, font whence (they ,will In. al.dalliv
atl that the aid which he so clever- 'hipping post t. and no more conscience than his cow The retire. I The election of members of the House of COMmons. directed totheir homes dunivuITthi" {onference The for a d.stharite a. dmimstrat,.rde or is Hess it tie
Pica'UDC present is
( the to assist )her on her" "journey to parts s skin A specimen of this class of slave simulators Almonte Minister ministry of War composed, D. Castillo of D Juan N. in Juh, l tit resulted as follows : showing a prcaclurt t/f (jut- severali.45e5 arr* committees ol I I o. James Hall, 1stet .si.J (?.?.tv. d'ccas.d
.rontrbte: sits for this picture U e draw from real life" y Lauzar nominal majority of 7; for the Tories. .which has V..M. BUIJD S
"contributed" to her tounkl"l. Foreign Affairs D. Luis Parres examination, will meet on \, -d'ie>Kiv e'enmr. t. ,, 4..
brng Treasury Becerra J.'t f-r-n ( u> ta Jinuar
since been increased t l-r ,
aclualv to about 100 t, ,
the m
of : commence etammatirn Confrtence to .
(Bishop commence __
Chiapas) of Justice _: _
'c.oice) con- COThe: .Montreal __ _
"rar t>..hyblcha ft' 1ilftS. Pilot in the course ala paragraph General Valencia, formerly Governor of the of Country Menhirs Boroughs & Cities Total on Tut:RSDIY, the I2th of felrrtiar* NIIV GOODS. a
th "..tli> *.Iic rre. of course-for ) ( depreda- on the aspect of the Oregon controversy thus Mexico has been made Comptroller of the Mint. Tories WhiI. Tones Whig Tor Whi s. P, P SMITH, P UIiMltictllo Tff1IIF.n'uub-icrutwr, Luseju.ut '

t'( appears from another extract below seem speaks of the attitude and course of the American: Generals Tome! Valencia and Paredcs held a Fnclan!1,12't II! 15 1" 2-0 H7 Jsunuary 2. !MiITlnttodoii ;, u JL,,in s.'sa titk. received Uj Kir* ft .,, .
__ _
Wales _._. ___ .44I
u. a a strange infatuation; alone tot G eminent : council at Guadam, a village a few milei from Mexico I- 12 3JO 7 1" IDi -- nO. -.--- I '4' d'v/. ( .M..u Ho-. asSorted, ,
(l C0' "ib some days since, to make arrangements to Scotland 'u 2 21 2-2 | Colloii Si'i'd Iui. .( I'nutlj4s* :
(brtunatel? to "Nothing has con ) patiriui, : .
ui taken
-"' Ji.noilv or enable termination jet place tr. preent. an amiable solidate the Government It will be remembered_ __ __ Ireland -T 39 Jij 2:1I I C 2 LOR sate! in small jllanhta" b* D\NIH. I.\IIH.! \l, >. a varu iv 'I 1 I'itney Dry GuatK. ; .

Lee** .cc.trf' acquainted with I I her .c 1 en r," ( all the abuse of the controversy and nutwith that Tornel was formerly Minister of War and Marine -- .I_ Newport or LIMRD .\RN.Mil), latUlusf -I %loch sac t L.-r I Jr sai< at tlir limt-si >rir is S

wtiu. and winning"anut. a we are not standing vernment by and heaped on the American Go- under Santa Anna. Total l- > 71 1S3 21(. 1o' 2'l, .. Jamm* .11|, 1M". _> 1.. i. II GUI; K.NM:11C.:| X COroi N
| I It ignorant prejudiced person it must Thecitvof Mexico remains It will be seen that; the strength of the Tories or --- ---- --
for > .LSiuit5) ;:, halt..
perfectly and
b ,
LJ t forDs of speech, \t gl"t Way 11m e evident to all who have
?* read the able Conservative
( papers of all precautionary measures against a counter-revolu party. lies in the representatives from S-usar.; seed Oats and IMough,
., the PWaune1mPi'. o"tr'ing. that: 'tis "an Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Buchanan that they advance tion have boon discontinued The iaiglto A7X a the counties who are chosen by the landholders and sale at ) : &tLE.I .
a very strong claim to the Oregon Territory, and paper which latterly their tenants while the \\hig strength is in cities, FOR J'm=
rtrUete't was a warm partisan of the AM .!.-irotn to s.'11 TC. I lantation l tke
by iii Jack'p.
offering to ditiJe
of it, they hue evinced Herrera policy and has large towns and boroughs.-*V 1' Evening Pu t.Vary p.
..1 female Jet fliddlcr.SeH'ul our t1'l.erfl hing but a deth-efor ," any been ably conducted n slop _.January 31 hell; Js -t .1 son about nine ntl- north of thr city of FaJialiassct .
hate ;own up a certain tar ped the proprietor having replaced ft fca.. paper -- --- '. with ahou* 7U f rU.Jir ,
contemporaries sense Uml Hut .
"ard _
at Pertvneola,
Vilfl.WhOs] in the Jeremy Did- bearing the title Memorial J/w/onco," of which The Democnt toys Sea IsliiiKl Cotton S t'd. larm. f MM, .
dr. Pr llOt C we that it is it iluutfttt Oi' Ire m .f (5. I*w* ,
diet" lllrt. have been ; :! extensive and suc- 'Te'pmatlCt of the Carlt.tol Caurtrr have received the first eight numbers. now cotifidently Dork for! expected that the tong contemplated *) CrBl'\ =HF I :Ls, first n'lalilv.ol I the above acid, l lirtile in the t'tst.', suet hat. prortt.r l a* touch t.i4t.(
*' heroine who A\e learn verbally that Mr. Shdell had Dry (this naval; station will U rtt't'IH'd .I"cl f'r ,uaiehv
fa: The aforesaid el.mOyndr 'YAsUXGTS. January: :> demar.ded commencediinmediatil! torn to tlw acre tar IMIK as asea IM Un' Sunihrrr
l her.elf to be IIP widow of a surgeon in the I would take ship of the line, allea"t. to of the new Government his passports, and received tl the j'relimmar* works 1"J'I"I K H. mmy: i CO. ri. !iitrv. Tlir la-t >tas<. an cap.| ruaeut uaa is. "''liit at
: a native of South Carolina a id sistci to an of- I h.lf the mail matter accumulated for the ) in reply that as he hadneverbeenrecutgrjzedtuy (the I pleltiAn theNary Yard. can K com Jnnjry :tt i I" |i':. > i'u Ih ci,i'nr, 11 Si.'jr..n the gut at u iifrrei'
& of lias j .
ijuantitv Iwen
ft ofnnk.1 underromz a sot 1 hat t>eerecast Neerthele,,*. the news from all in her branch of bu i interesting.and will, I reach necessary, and he was at liberty to vessels talon l with tin t 'izlrjrs/ M>milay jet Mtirch '. if ."
t : (for *dmn'N particular trust *oum time go *eavv, i,hiong Liocksof granite w : corn : ni a<'rcj, :J" h u'g-sbenla of Suiara ( !'
<,ness Ne are sorr to see our nCIhbor, the Tro- The proceeding of the da*. in Uie S.nate were where he pleased He then demanded an escort to Ilin! and disrharguu; their freight, are constantly Mr Kirkwood am I Sheriff's !al '. I It"i: '! pT1'lists l'-l sa itiadf with n wtHsi<*> :
her hich has h hichl A discussion Vera Cruz which was refused hereupon !he des rull Then. '
the persecution against ; be. interesting aro-eoa Mr Mien's i- now ('P acres uf rafiMHt c.tseschacit
plc. join > : rs at present in chanre of the wall) around the yard cirtu'of two writs of fieri riasis-iiMl fri mtlu ,
\ ,-, bitter that she is absolutel* denounced as a motion to take up his motion for leave to introduce patched a messenger 10 the brig SolDIers, and a num which B will !hut' rv de-iral o a sIIkr. Tic cleared Iw '
; lime ber us tt course of construction It is well if the( ('ler's's I o'fic. of tie late Superior (ourflor -
of the
swindler Ii.itCIfl joint resolution officers of that vessel had determined to hiss t ten coltiv jOt-ti l the
'. petticoats an *impostpr andI i. declaring the ] which alarm n I h.wus-r.t 1 F1" a ad IKKsiMaiwd
war -vrelrrate lIfG.ld..l..n
Iriliplt the work tllecl'unt I Middle Di!tntl of i rida
so ne M' ,
I[ were not hitter enough, she the Stated, in proceed to Jalapa for the purpose ef escorting him essarv c"iiaratMlv but little
these epithets! is woul Unite the in- for the | n |iirv front rtilfivaiion -
I of ; anti directed wherein Wills Jud
position PensacoTa and to me 11I an'lIrH I ,
I to the to a
I (. ed.: iwart1iy,' and terposition of in the coast. The Somers arrived at Vera Crur on ft M now nne heat
h in- powers "nEtinl affairs I in a>Ml Ullh aiwl wr3C-
berated a .tthet-* : old. the Cth It will be give to our nan a port on (Ihe Gulf absolntelv indis Jddsm&. (o. are p'ainfifs and Kdmnnr I). Howsc(
No assort of Independent American recollected that the sailed from u-f .uulcing inuidi
being ucl* poitiel! The discussion pensable fur a' s it ilad wheis fatal it
deed ins DividV Holloman defendant
tli. are I levi.-i!
\ ntammcpcrmanentfiscendcf c*
Pensacola reTAILMASSEE
l*'.' but the application to her of t took a wide about twenty days since, with sealed or- rlesr-d.| fersons desiring such .
she i n \f range embracing topics of the alt estate, are nI *- .
that :
f d ; ard will offer for sale, bif.rt the Corrrt I Hon >
; ders We upon ><
as llthlt.fact.d,' shmel- highest intlrest in regard to the of place confidence in the report \* .th regard I 'luiPStt's) (.5 u'zamiuuw ut 1h,' terms ,,f will td '
ij-b terns fred.led. present aspect door the town of ImldaIhe
in Quinc on Jcf
j ;, ""'"' *n puck-mouthed,' &.c. &.c. o foreign The discussion will be read with to Mr. Shdell except perhaps the statement \ WHOLESALE PRICES CrRRE r. the da* I *xtr .tiriv lit cl ,; Lt
.ntrc of March IS40, legal hours, funowJII..
t" a !tron Against her deep particularly the of Mr. Cass the officers of the Somers had gone to Ins assistance = -. --:- -- -'-:: JohN p MIFPARD.: '
jiuichritwle amlt rna upon the subject of the tenor (remark recent and if he had in fact been refused a safe escort Corrected Weekly by n'. 1'. LIoyd. described propertV, to-wit : I Jaioafx 'I. l-T;. 27 4tA
Town lots ion the of .
ad'ill. town (Quu.rv kno\n arid d :
Tkeartitte in question did our oft .hQnr oft both private andothcial. from ngland by the Mexican Government nothing can W -- -- .- .-. -. -. -. : "- .
-- tin \lisllt'l of saul *
vra! nsitatiors? at the time she like courts Gen> of the opinion that Mr UleVs resolution more reasonable or probable than that our Naval officers IhTTER-Gosht'n, 23 u 3) and ''I with n the a plan (town thereon by nuinijtr', > >, aKnlla i otiiity ::1

non the late editor of the Trojnc We wererftbi ought to be adopted!, thou h in modified within reach of his call, should resolve not to CANDLES-Mould) 1C a 17c Lea ted, improvements the I '.r\\ su:. ul
of defendants
? whom the men'H. form : leave him to the penis of the journey alone. I et- '. ul..n. property
number Tropic ns as a response from the Legislative Sperm }ts 40c I
ai 111 to the a and to be mitt to s-atistt. said writ* of fieri faciasB virtue if the aiithoniv Sestesi in in 1w lan.
tl amount rtquur to get her tleverly on her principles sertt b*. Monroe and Mr( Polk.- len of the 13th however only make mention of the Corttf St. IJoiniugo. 7 a 'J 1 C. ULST Slienrt 11Y I lu* Mii d] I 1. vu.l 2 ;is u, Clip! will .
fact that Mr. ea1.netu
KMT* parts unLIwn : nor are we asl) amed to T hey ought so expressed as tu avoid the Slide!! had demanded his passports, Havana (.rt''n. i* a jc '
puhlir ,
i sr frit
misinterpretation t'tt! I
failed in the January 31! 1 Isl' ,. By VME HIM., D S in >l 'rrl ] I.nis. ii, (hi
fotifetl that was the only' lime such tokens fr. having objects of his mission. P i' .
{ put upon : PolVs recent declaration D a lOt t ty of Uaktilla. State .1 florida,
eree.trted of our admiration of tIlt|ierfection to ( h* some foreign declaration The United St2tMtirttr *wim- .ra'_ rAmman/t/- flnrr I-uuira, 10 a lie ; ; c---- '
polticans-tht .:Mvndat/ March
which 1ht had brought the science of mendicite .- had been 3sscrte to ben applied to Oregon .* was at Sacrificiosthe iIth:! a* also'th';British; ; .1.-- .-, I- 5. .. ., '. "It_. ulcjrrtt in I On thrjirl Monday in August ,next ,

\\ tcntiire to say that no one ot those who now a-- t S ome papers which I I.t reft'n'id to. sunrosed brig Persian the rench brig (.riTon, anr" the Span COTTON-Ordmir*' to good I'air, f 4 a OJc fchenfP Sale. I f tucls'seu'uu the usutl honr, the l'siI.usritsg pieces
her her either it to to all the ish brig Patnota.-Bulletin. COT-ION HAI.MNC -Xt"w irtne of of fieri ir< i < ff f Ts. s
fl? pt'rilitie Considfrtd lacking apply po'6"ionsof foreign ;powers \"olk.I'eryard. I a 21 BY a writ facias i!"':ed from ; f P iai < aI : -: '
1 address or good looks upon a first inter*.tew. : And in North America Nothing could be more erroneous Kentucky, 1"a I I, the Clerl.'. ttficeof t the late Superior Itmrtlor ...t n'iiuubrS, r mtatMr c .17 1 a introductor' letters she bore from As he its From the wV: O Picayune, \\\th nit India thecuuntv of Gadsden. Middle District of )I- t the I.ivtr '
thr numerous men undtrstoo. sole object was to declare "j" :2c Florirl.a Suura.-y. ar. OMIH to the uariuawti l s in.':' .. .
e'/r iit character. and goodness forbade al suspicion that free independent nations of this continent A Mexican's View of Mexico.A BAL: Rori-i'.lItu.y. pt'r 'ib. r a and tomedirected.where.nLanierandfjpf. are ['Hun- '! .ai'i' b* \* II..rth< t.', Suracyor. .t].<'. I. U Mx .. '

of er tr'hluiness There was a mysterious should not I hoover run and subjected to foreign rule, gentleman has furnished us with a translation of ( as, y a l2j I tiffs, and John :t. Byrd is defendant I have let !***} I2 4't, 4t, :;1 .'?. ; ;: : s

air in fcer manner of on.nmc a ne otiatirn. for a loan and their possessions were not to be coloni/ed b* an article which he found in a late number of LaY hiAoemNaTsslsIT. <>"> a 37J upon and will ofitr for sal,, before the (ourt Housed I' el rnntumnc ea -b ; .-a> acres, sad Lassin" 3!

nhich captratfd the curiosity, and a sort of ditfideoce Furopean powcrs I had nothing to do with the oz dez Pueblo" a paper published in the city of F'j.ouo-\Vestenn, per bbi ji$ a >or, in the town of Qiinc, on Monda* the j>] 'lcs rilxil b* saul niTtiilters jicri rdirc to the ffnnin.

and dl"t"sc in naming the day of payment possessions of foreign powers-nothing to do "ith Mexico. It is manifestly! a clever performance and, New York, s a silj day of March l I" hO;. within I legal hours th"; 1.lIow'I'}i sorvis- nule I b* \ j Hartti< Id. Sontir. All tht .

nhich mde it agreeable to take he premise at par, Oregon, halfofwhich Mr Polk in the same message I if we do not mistake, there lurks a deeper meaning .' Halt Jarrel.1 rt in iZ: described prt>pert* to.w it : I| aln-v.' o-M-riV.1 'li-ui i,( Ulnl sit,iati>d, hint and bruiz

anJ the ward of good actions'as interest ti due said he had ofiered to Great Britain 1 le hoped how beneath its plausible surface (than will at first strike Corn meal, per busliel &) a .\ negro boy i'y the name of Sumitsnt txeuf. I : in the' -'uiuta i.r riaktilla, on lltwtnt .&> mI us

Wac not that science or art ? or iLquenee one or eer, that the President did intend to apply it to the reader We *er* gladly give it a place : GRM>-Corn.bu"hel. 40 a .* 'iis of ace.lcrctofont. i j I tie \\ .ikiiln l'iv.'r, !to-inc a p> rtion tit what 11 known

the other 01 b ,th. or all three bkilful was she California, and that he did intend to sa* that the The pen of Jeremiah could not more adequate! describe O.ltS. 7: a 51f I levied upon a< (the pr 'p<'rtv' of snd: as Irlws l'tn'ehuautanti !L'-s'iou l upon aa t he prvp sty

tat upon tnt second, Yea or the third application I Iii colonization of that country by' England would not the fearful ravages recently! committed b* the J-'H-Mackeref, NHerrinzs < I h per barrel -13 a 13 ttndint and tube t sold to satisfy laid; writ of fi, ( if the _\palarhic ola LIM! Coin oti' aiui willt I.e saM .7 ,
palmed off old dn ices, bran new ones, and d d be permitted wild savages on our frontier settlements \\'e have received -'I 1. hall bin 7j a B C. \\'LSI', SheriFJanuarv dl'-I' to s.ti-l (lh. ir State and (ninty( lax for the xjulv

ti l jrri,wful with interlocutory sighs and saltedfe \\ithoutfollowingMr. Case further, I state, in a papers 'from Saltillo, Monterey Durango and "I J. qr. t. 4 a II I l'.16. 2' fly JA>U"JUIoE.V.: S. rt V.akulla for tht -scar 1-I3.

dOTi tht impression slit made wIth lachrymal w words., the important fact and views which he Zac.1h cas. In those Departments the knife and (the J. eu1lth bbl 2J rtharrel -- --- AIIIJTIHLI.! .. .. -
lsflenotan LtD ? Perhaps somt folks may think gae us as to the present condition our relationwilhLneland firebrands turn entire villages into rivers of blood 5. Z. 10" 11 Slate Tnx-Collecloi's Sate. i Slifl an' ex f! eio Tax ( .1., V.akntU Co.

w, ",rt duped, diddle, .sold* as the !a*'in1 is : but He had not thange his opinion as and heaps of ashes There are constant! enacted .4 2. half a virtue of the |>over vetud l in roe rv law, I hal'' J.unixry.t.. [, 1] IM', :'" ,tnS20 -.

oH iii' tne*' weep ver Harry I-rldt'l Grandfatherlft'ehtai to the necessit*.of prepannc or He had those frightful tragedies so often noticed, so often 1. barrel M a 7 B (':01))>I( for sale, belore the (:,urt Honiedo, in .
.or Fanny Kemble .\, Holler f \\ ere not change tIn opinion, which tt had heretoforeven lamented ; there ue felt the) awful effects of that 4' 1. half barrel, 3J a 4hhioaslry the cit*
t&ev' diddled ? were the* duped The drops that gi ulle Fncland receded from he-position, guilty neglect, that deacT.* apath, that lethargic jer Ib 7 a S 1) ;I.UVfrOmtteqnb.rib.-rs r>nS tir- ,
fi.>wed trom their e*'(were. taxes len upon the or iinlcs:Coneress refused to sustain the policy of the slumber of our Government living shame to civilization Green, 2 aIc On the jirst Monday in August next, 'sl' .1 t day last. TO negro nen, 5Thi :-

tear? nv the j rfecticn of art so in our Cbe. tin President's Message, there must be war That Con- to religion to humanity-there the wretched Deer Skins, 8) a I the f illowms property so much thereof aswii1! I'' ? _. llIENanrJUl'hTR: which wewerc mrvimclr -' '

omit drops taken from the Ilcktlfrt a cpitationti I press would sustain the measures recommended by inhabitants pray with imposing looks but alas! L\RT, per Ib, 1O a KH.U'c 1.1' the Mate lax due I n the same for the year I"4i : I < in booth Carolina tn this state Said rue- ., 4

\- .impost upon the understardms. -collected I t th ie President, he had some reason to l>elieve-lorIK in vain, for a protecting arm to save their wives and LEAI>-Bar, per Ib, Ii a W 4. N W l, S 1' T ->, H J, N and E.| adjoi unz f I r's wri .u'd fl b.ut 2-' ys'srs es'-h, etti-pleasno| .3

t K th greatest -contr Ih 3O a lands lit-longing to Col R. W. Vtiiliarxs, ovner nut dark( iIu'.tit 4; hft in henrl, ene of tlem having (I

J!; \ man right aa well call a tragedian who I"in*' other opinion,as to the measures recommended year and brings no relief, no respite to the dreadful S.I Te, -- -> a known downward 1 I..k when to They were kf ts.y

makes him sigh as a woman ho makes him I Iii the President's Mesnge f but that of approbation sacrifice of thousands human victims The press Upper."f'rsid., j j aZ The E |. S F l, S n, N F 4 of N F 4, S 24, \ I clth s, snail rouet h sm kit lirnri netting b* camjifir.

darlablt uzlv \ pirate in petticoats, indt-( Fhe late 'ice* from England he had most carcfull of the Departments is filled with supplications to iK-ssed Deer Skills.oe n l Ii J ot N W 4, S 2l|I. 'r 2, R >, N I TItII l II, W *, S (V.4. ..* in ravi'huc! and nt ihsul.f on their stay bick t.

Did F lie ever make an*' one walk Spanish, ho.e'.cr I -tudu-d, and he haG found nothing convince him put a stop to such attrocitirs-but they fall on deal Sheep kins, 'i'It a I shN4otNW4SltuT2R3NandLS. I! : *i>"th Carolina \\ ,' will civ S.JT f(-r their appie-

she might ha \.le into the Spams dollars. of hat England. had changed her position on (thissubect ears; meanwhile, tributes, nionox>lies and customhouses I.CMBFR per thousand feet, :11 a J'- U 4 of N \\ 4, S loN \\ 4 of S U 4. S 19. T 2, R hen-ton anti delivers to ti- it (lie Cithiard plantati*r, u. !4',,-E 1

iaanIt' \\11 not answer to call Mrs Dr. \\1son J I J ; but, on the contrary)', ever thing IdnCl' him are kept in lull force. Curse upon it'! Under MOUSSES, j per gallon, 91 a 2u :(, N50dLsluINl.4.S21.T2R2NatudL I on the MITOSX'kki.ike.n s>|0 f,.r eitlxrIMNUL j "
hara antes nodv With infniteh better title to 4 I t o believe that the British do*eminent still adhered what other Government could people be so NAILS, per Ib, fj a 7 iitui.tti-d. ling and lJt.'ml abont fifteen mules nr.rtll-I j TlilASON,

distin ti'm than }mp-I'fth! chri-tians, who I t:o the declaration of Lord. John Russell-that Lng- wretcu't1o step i* taken, no provision made bv 011.5 AND PAINTS- perm, per callon $14 a I.. east of rallahiS-ee- on the rmd lend'nc to ; {I JOHN KINDI

rrtoicc in the appellationshe should be known and I t and would accede to nothing short of the .(;amlin' those in power,indicating that e*en a passing thought Linseed, 14 a Ii store or to Miccosookie Lake jurpcnting to be-I j J. ffiriCiPitv JiTunr H', I"4-l. 5% ((1 'I

reacted! as Professor Wilson.-.V O I'ica.tune.'o ," which embraced the countr* bounded h'* (huelumboa. 13 civ en to such tribulation. White Lead, per keg pure 1J a lon: to etate of Theoi>hiliis Hvinan |j' ---- -- ---- .

.. firre she goes, thet sFu. goct."-This is er* He read pa9C from' of the Prit Texas is gone- onefoiever and beyond edemp '4.. iNo. 1,3 a The J, i.\ I 4 and S F 4, -"; N U l, I'I. 4. _tdnilniat'ifos"s. % (, 'e. '

Mzmnciut caption of an article in tile Memphis Eaeie 'h h presses, particular! from the 7imu. to how lion to <)ir natural enemies the \tglo Americans, PROI"IOV I-Bacon Hams per lb., 11 a 12J S >), TI.R :. 1'\ and F. ; E: i, S K4 S flt; \V 4 ofU 4 LL pers >:is UK!, Mrt! to the P II'P of Jrh,,. Saii-

in which professor WiS-on-som .times dubbed. hat there wasno backing out then wa', inore- who know but too well how to estimate us at our Sides 10 a 11 t. S 3n) T :Mil. N and I:., situated near Marnmgtcn \. lr8 l deecased J, U'(- of Ixt n Ctni.ts_ are }'er4q ,
>*er, authorised to that the Government of tlunited just valce Let us not be deceived by the >rtini to belong to Lewis Conner and ;
155'female pirate: and anon clept the .Jerem' say promised Shoulders & a lOll h pur( ; ,ti,>tili! < d lo make unnieilia'e ('nvrnnnt io tl-e sdsr- .jj+
DLddkr"'olher set-is spoken ot in terms we might Statt'' hat l received no advices bv. the late vindication of our rights, so pompously paraded in Mess Beef per half bbl, S3 a tISAt.T. the Southern I.if* Insurance :and Trn.l Compnv .' signed; : anal all prrns having claims a
ass of disparagement She was in Memphis a a rrivals, which showed that there had !teen any public speeches and official documents. IHtr threat per Sack, 2 a 24 The L J. S E 1, S 0V J, S \V J, S 10?; N U .i.I ;state, will presc nt them for ettUrr -nl ** rhmth>. ,
vear ago, and waded into the pocket-books of Col hance in the position of Lnzland Here Mr Wt'Irer ;- epaper threats, as was justly observed by one of SOAP, per Ib, f. a cSVGAR SUIT 1R I Sand F. ; S 17,1 1R 1. V and E., '! ,tim presrnUd I>*' law, IT this notice w ill be pkradin ,1 ; -
}tcMahonofthc Lnquirer, an.i of the Ap- a.'iked't'rt' there an* adv'icesJ Mr Ca.i relied the boldest statesmen in the neighboring Republic -New Orleans per to., ; SJ a hOc except 1he E i, S E 4 of said cr'on : also F. i.\ i, bar oj' their recover

101 l The folk were nut \'aPel: escaped P in the affirmata,., and repeated that they gave Texas, we repeat it, is lost to Mexico and nere we White Havanna 12J a 13 W4Sl'7T2.RlNandW 1 ; E4NSS'4S9'f i I.FU li MUN'DER AJm'r.
ing od F.It rom the} fludI she male- 0 token of an fav orabie change: arc forced to a confession bitter one indeed That Double Refined Loaf -10 a lie 2.' R 1.' N and IV.. ow ners not kno\* n. Januarv I", 1-IEl. C'; CmKenaid I
that is the'atb.term u.ed- cutche. ( Mr Cass referred to the general rumor that the Department, wrested from us b* an act of usurpationand Lump a ThueL: i, N E 4, S !i, W i. \ \\ 4. S 1 I'), S W 4, : r I2S

Now is important to:Oh-f""fat Mrs Dr. Wilson .ulitar* preparations of Fnzlandhad rf'f..rC'lIc..tnlhe perfidy never before equalled, will at once start TEAS BCeordtnu to qnaht-r, 4. ?Soa li S 10, S and E.. adjoining the lands b. "neimr to Creo. -PocKct Book Lost.
I prores-or ilsoti, she d to be called rospect of a collision with France ; but the I"renchflicial on a new career of improvement and prospent*- TOBACCO acc6rfiing to quality, 10 a Vt T. Ward, E. 1'r., about five miles south east of 'lallahaNsee -
s.res T Friday the
\ Kth nsf
-has confined her a the 0 journals whiCh he held In his hand had COII- safe from savace inroads, arbitrary exactions, unjust Leaf, 4 a 3ic owner not knov n. 0 TO c n m Tallalia.ssrr.*
Wherever she has been,operations she has leaned to contributions press radicted this, lie read extracts from this pal'cr- prohibitions and monopolies. a fertile( soil will plentiful I Theliof\ 4,1 SC.tnTJ.HXandW, the room occupied as a I arl>er -hep in the City S

ti he Journal den Urbat It appearthat the I'renchioeminent !*' reward th hone labor of the husbandman, No chancre in the price of Cotton. ,.<) acre-. near Lake Jackson, 'purporting ta beloiu to i iChalrs I Hotel, tlMicabonts, a iuall leather POCkET 't g
Uf< our She is discnmi- .
profession LOOk. b
a mu iundied aM fit'.
excusiely. wirn.containit. one
witnessing the *ast nulitarv prepara the mechanic arts will flourish, each citizen will be --- .- ilhamson
ratmg tax of gatherer, designs to illustrate some tI jo making b*' Great Britain asked her, ins formal free to ann hrms lf for his own and his 'Irunt"" de M A It U I C I-> --- The E 4 of N U 4. :mol n- J.f N F. 4. 'f S ', in I bi il>'liar( m mfl'uiny ?-12 > < \\lucli ass-i iii hilts -f ., ,5
pnlIIIf impositions political economy in the nst* 'her of impositions lanner, what i the purpose of thosearrramants were fence, and each will have the right to practice, unmolested On the 2r th ultimo, in Milledpeville f:a., by theRe T I 1,11 I. N an \\', IM", acres, mar Lake J.1Ck1J1J.j'' the service Iiank oforiiet .vii. S C.. and 'ua'dry j-ajrr ftf .
impots.f. 'his demand I the Journal says, proved to be mal' llu religion which) his conscience dictates puriMirtins to belong to r. CailtrHIP -ti any person beside (hue u.wntr. Also ease
did not ler from her whether tlC considere editorship ipropon! -firths Government "f Gnat Britain, in Texas b*' renouncing her separate sovereignty, will Dr, Mr BENJAMIN J. LESTER N U 4 of S U 4, S _>.;; L 4. S F 4, S 2", all ; note i.iie-n, b% (.o* Jol.n. Branch. dat.- l si'.ms-tirnei.,

a a luxur*'or 'a necessity ; hencf we ,( 01;ply stated that their preparations had no reference cease to be, as heretofore, a country of outlaws and ol Leon County Florida to Miss MISSISSIPPI A. in T 0 I H 2, N and F, containing 1:0 3o-H'i acres Jann* I s41.1 Elr'2si i, tiu.' on tin tirst it Javiar;. ,

ii9ineansof ascertaining'free trade whether she taxed us upont.rfetn'f hat ever to France; or to any affairs in w laid Frances become a part of a powerful nation, whose growing I U ., daughter of Isaac Bower Hsq.,of MilledtreilleTcniprrnnoc situated lying and being alt>ut fourteen miles northeast 1 1M:;. \ 4bl4it l Fj'hriuM S.uislr., i-FK-m tc sivad .
or principles J. D. IHouck due
bv Januar 1, !ISP ,
rlJ.rei4nte ": interested |prosperitY will shed its benificent influence over the of Tall.aha.see. 'purporting to belong to the (s- pittaMrtothe !
1 lerseil a a contributor to se"trl papers repute. Rut, in addition to tlusl lie felt hmst-lfauthorized new terntor*'. Such is the destiny of that Department Meelill tate f'f Robert HumphreysAlsi uiwirrsigntd : amid note signd !by' tlietu IVIkell a
and Minted to think this bet some claim to be ( date not recollected .
cave for lsrt
SI" In
1. state that the goernmcnt ortfe Lnited Sates hadeive1 severed from us and now forming part of the the following town lots : Lot N"o 220 in the paalle I: .
a member of the This would {S3Te Lion County Total .ibntmence Soruty the Kker-une-d 1..ll
retade a fraternity" American Union The tendency of original .Ian of the city of Taliaha-ser, and pa't of
n:: official! information that Great Britain **a> an t cxainpi so | (
sea us'to infer that she was in fa'or of protective IT ta king extensive and formidable military' pernicious is clear to all. I meets on Monday evening next The So>;it; will i lot No 171 in the north addition to the city ('f Tallahasre .\1! i rsittd art liu'rei.v caiitumet1 not tn trade frr
dj:ies; though, like rail-road and philosophical ap very pro allot No lii flic south half of the Mid icle as pairnt tl ereon has ben *|rj pdT I
irati'inn on this Continent The numerous towns composing the Departmentsso \\tc aildresse l h* Judge! Baltzell and others in
she was a .free I, Col McP he' resasrul will IH. for the itt
paratus iath rifttrn I
artlct" rlf After this there discussion the exposed to the depredations of the Indians, have I CEO O county ipiarler of said cit*. |
and Van Pelt was a upon pl'ri- Fcb 1SJO MrMLLLLN.Sec'* the tw-kit Ixxkarfl
and V.
bl"n I renter's onl b !
tx patriots Also I he land to belong the .Apalachicola -j | mat ktt'I
think ci y of Mr Allen's introduction of this subject with- become weary of supplicating in vain for protection ; }"rportm: '
we it discreditable in (hue Hfriihan
the at Offi-c
Lazlt to plume K. SAI NM1 S.
f it.l it con-ullin the Commitleeon Foreign A'fairs.- their power of endurance is exhausted, and the spiritof No I ice. Land Company I lying in the count* of 0 4
'it baring; the custom in the Janiu1I"t 1"l. Ji; ItJ.
There is e\.de of wa* I Ir[ Calhoun had said that it was disrespectful tin nationality which binds them to the Mexican Republic ((0Mr HCELI. will deliver his promised lecture Leon, t&otmrlt'dorth h'*' (the line of c\in-irciion! I -. -- -- -- -.. -
constitutional ------ -- -
pretence '--
n scrnples incase ommitteeand tne Senate and is well nigh extinguished Indeed when the West bv the OckWkn River, S.'nth by the c'unty j ,
thi< a there wan nothinc scrupulous about the Allen indicated his course wholly, and unprecedentedfr in a ill- contrast their present destitute eitaalion. the dreadful I on .Vfck. of \Uakjlla and ha-t hI ht' ct. Marks Riser, and IVC\V KOOK, &c.9'lOVNSF.NI'S .

transction.t Professor are not pre'm-, say that the mpered manner undertook to show that very it' was luture which awaits them crushed under the Should the rcninghe unpromising it will be delivered I know as part of Forbts Purcl.a." 0, arrancd m asia ,4. .
has not a ncht to t the Eagle A. A. USHFR.SlifT rl:roiu losrical oidtr, in J su U csrt.. 4' '
burthen of taxation in form, ill daily dread of the should be fair.
stified by Mr Calhoun's example. when he into- every OP evening following, .
nx professor success : ant ex-offieia Tax-Col L. C. 'ItTeritlgs if Chris*, ity A J-aiumn. ,
attacks-when they contrast all this with the If
iced Slaver Rei f lutioos. MrVebster'. Gre k savace
10 al her undertaking i. an illustration of the __\_k.__,.4--.. it.> '.irr idea of assurance doubl' sure" LAND LAND Thier lite of NaiK>lccn. N vs..
it e course of his remarks for an answer to his ques- property, the freedom of trade so essential to ulevel-
ti o n. Mr. Calhoun without rising, replied that if ope the resources of a young ,people all based upon Administrator's Notice. I 'I be ('hainiearsr'oopcr's| Ixstork.. VO'ion.chu'e
.\CRt.of Land within three miles of
Conn Stale good .
Supreme or Florida. I b* Charles Lctr.Iho '
? chose he would answer at leisure. invitations truly republican it requires no prophet 80 town about twenty acres of which is cleared, All. persons indebted to the estatec John IIaiLi. i". -
The Court adjourned last The Subsequentlv Mr. Calhoun shewed that Mr. Al- to foretell the challfiu of t liarlrtta. trots th- lU'ia 4D j.
on Thursday fol consequences
drreas&d late f Leon ill make
for sale at a bargain if application is fado soon r count, w imr>"- ', '
.hi'g precedents did not applv-he stated also! that He say it from the bottom of our heart that \7e>,lio, Tt.u-u1s.iJ or the I anatic, bv lleiuufiliHi
the decision of the we all those ln demands
not before' and base claim
lowing are eases re- En'juire M this nfl/ce payment ; v> > ; Or Thr \ iioi.irbv chillt-r
Opposed to the of the Resolution its feel an indescribable aversion to the Amen u
e was policy Anglo- will them for settlement, to
Itli. 29 T present
February 'I, I\\
Jot: a calculated to do ns injury abroad by making a can race attributable, no doubt, to (the man and unmerited UII.LMM N. HA\1S (Snuly a I'i'I.tlcr.nui Itiie \titioi? n* thter. b* .Isry :,
(uar'e D Stewart, Thomas Preston Jr. -' I I H.,witt, TKintc IV*'. us Afis <: t'. HH. :'
t. j Kilaration which we had neither the power nor the outrages at their hands; and if ever T. R. FORTUNEH Administrator de bonu noit
from Gadsden Court. delivered The I o-ttr L' .-.Liutl I,* I_eih lIon?. 4
appeal Superior Opinion maintain lie assented our country sinking arH
p nrpose to entirely to the deeper deeper were doomedto Jsnuusry 31. !I"hi.! :22m'
by lialtzell. Justice \rsing judgment of e >,ndemnation of Foreign interference with American loose its independence and we were so unfortune ;'1"1 rA-eirrd direct from New York -'- Knichfsii II.. si, lltrt' Nights m a LiVtiip.Tlie .

Court below, and remanding cause lu further proceedings al fairs but he thought it useless to make a declaraon as to live to witness it. we would rather see it sub- FRESH HLtKXVHEAr I FLOUR, itliddisI Circuit of Florida. Jesuit, idiled h* t F I esti r. a
ti which we did not intend practically! to mamm ject to the Mahometan yoke, rather bend our neck DRIED CLRRFNTS' The Uhitclave, Maj's r>t t ornla, B*-k of Law j

F R. Cotton, rt R. V. Williams, Trustee, &c., t He had assented to Mr. Monroe's declaration, under the simitar of the children ol Ishmari than A fine a, <.rtment of G R\\lTl-: CROCK EY WARE, LEON COUNTY CIRCUIT COIRTTajbrS. Forms :\inerican Mrr>aua< ton 1M,, Alb ia. CH&&

appeal from Leon Superior| Court Opinion deliverbi. it without due reflection. Mr Adams was the aulor see the odious tar. and stripes waving over COST cu- for sale bv the majrle piece or sett Also some Ritch. Plaintiff", \ Pens, Xc 14

ed L b*, Douglas, Chief Justice, atfrming judgment of J of that declaration- Mr. Adams afterwards pal os. beautiful PEARL WARE PITCHERS 1 Barrel r,. >In Assomisit.Tiiomnis SCHOOL 1ZOOKS.Morsts .

Court beloA 'hile President attempted to carry it into execution But it were vain to attempt to stay the destiny LINSEED OIL. Smith Defendant ] New Gcographv, Parley's Nt-w Natimat

Noah Thompson, c*. R. W Williams, Trustee, r Iapoeai i the Panama mission, the consequence was that, which impels our beloved country We see that February 7,1SIO. 20 VJ01'K E IS HEREBY GI\ EN. that illlmt..Jiate-lo Gt-oirraph* Anthrns H -nier, Horace, Cictre, &c'.
from Leon Superior Court Opinion delivered ir I i six weeks after he was perfectly prostrated in Texas is not the only loss which threatens the Republic .1 alter the expiration of four weeks from the l;'ilhi>n' English amid Latin Grammars,
.. .
b*' Douglas, Chief judgment of C nngress. which was the principal cause of the defeat Tamaulipan New Leon, Coahiiila, New AdinitiUlrutor's Notice. date hereof, a commission wili issue from the Clerk's Latin Reader, Latiii Tuters, ,
Court briow. ofed'h-i re-election Mexico Chihuahua Durango. Zacatecas and San I SIX months after date I will apply to the Honor office of Leon Circuit Court to take the deposition Fmrr-rn \rithn Hies, thiec parts

Richard Whitaker, r.. Charles Morrison, appeal Much other very interesting conversation followin Luis are threatened with a dreadful end. It has long Judge of Probates for Leen county for letters of Jones B. Fordham, a witness in behalf of said I clectic Reidrrs, three parts, Aizells St rues,

from Leon Superior Cour. Opinion dei'ere b> which Mr. Simmons of R. I., a Whig. main- since been proposed as a disparate alternative to of disml1 ion as administrator of the estate ot plaintiffs residing in the city of New York : said ('omsto< k's Pluhsophv Grecnleafs Anti metKs.c ;

Hawkins Justice, reversing judgment brti fled the original declarations of Mr. Monroe and establish a North Mexican Republic The schemeis Joshua Sills, late of said County. deceased deposition to b. taken as soon as may be after the \ Jiwt received aik.1 for, sale bvJanurv Li

iO. and awarding a renvetit nopo ad''vocated the motion for leave to introduce the kept alive whilst the reasons which gave birth to I SOLOMON SILLS Adm' issuing of said comnu ion, In the cit. of New York. 1". IMo 2'. P A. HAYUAKD ,

Ea'rs ot Joab Horn, rt Drtid Gartman, Re solution it are daily acquiring more weight-all hopes of a 7, IMt. 2'J f.m to be used in said ca>e.

truI Va1ton Superior| Court Opinion ,'app Mr. J. M. Clayton was against the motion, but less deplorable state of things being annihilated A I ISoticc. M D PAPY lax Collerter'fr Soticc. 'aI

.t buitzell. Justice affirming judgment of Court bcm w(wild not commit himself upon the abstract proposimsofthe powerful and sagacious nation, profiting by our dis- 'C'OLR weeks after date, shall apply to the lion January 31, IS-lf. 2.It Alt'*. of 1''ffs. \\Tthis day levied upon the following holier

*( (tio:i Resolution. vcMions, already stretches out her hand to seize the X 1 Thomas J. Chace Judge of Probate in and for .1 tracts if land : Tin- north we t half of the mu.ruh

Slat of Florida, r.. R. K Ctl on certificate of The motion was carried Yeas V.-nas 21-and prize. The example of Texas holds out good prospects the county of Jeflerxon for leave to sell the teal estate Sea Inland Silk Cotton Seed. <*a.l jiuil.r. and the nrrth t hall ef (tlenrrth
Jodfc of Middle ( irciut (ur Count Resolution referred to the Committee of success ; and whilst the savage are strewing west ciition Tom Ever'.
\ thfFo c was on of Joseph Manning late of said county, di- !subscriber his on hand about TWO hUN rpnrter twenty-one. s tp (
Oumion by Hawkins, dismissiiicc Relations the ground ith the bleeding limbs of our brethren THE Ra U" Three -hnsxirid anti
JU.tice. containing a
den'cre reign ceased : said real estate lying and being in the count BITSIHLS of .ipenor SEA ISLXNDII I .uisty sirs
'"')r want jurisdiction Mr Mangum submitt a proposition declaring robbing our women of their honor, and firingour t t.sol._ Jefferson. All persons interested will! take '; .k COITON SEED which he will sell at fcl i l-u I of hind 1)50Cc O r te.isarlt*, betsoiJtwfurellueCeurt
John D. Edward t.* Union Bank, appeal from tlu E expediency of resorting to Arbitration for the ad- towns, there ate in those Departments numbersof due notice thereof ROBERT c. HURST bushel. The cotton prvdnitd last *ear is of a SUJHmr -- I II'.use tUM'r, in t'ie toss n of i'inirv .on the first Men.

Le'I!Superior Court Opinion lieredb b*' Douglas, jll"itment' of the pending difficulties with Great influential men, rendered perfectly desperate by Jefferson Co. February 7, lbl$$6. 29It Ai'ruV! quality, and its yield '>out U'XJlbs' Sv' -<* cotton I din July i.i for the U.uuay( taxe- due flails/ten-
Ch<>f Justice reersmp judemeit 4of Court below Rn itain. their misfortunes who are ready to change their nationality per acre t<> (the best land Anyone wishing $*'t'!, ('omit* f<'u- (hf *. .>rsl-t:<, Mand IS! -15 and ci eta,

ad: remanding ft,r further proceedings I 1 I In lie 1 louse,lo-da Mr. King Georgia, offered And what does the Government' The Notice. mist apply hy the first of March i I th' i'rq'. rt* if! i-rn Gikir :;t.

Thomas L Unite t.. J ,hn c;. Cauip writ ot a r imposition similar to that oflrredb Mr. Mangum Government is defunctthe consequences are ob- SIX months after date, I shall applr to the Hon JOHN e. PILOT t \MTs A McMll.I. AN.

to if, L:on Superior f ourt. Opinion| delnen-d* in'1 be Sen,ite. The Orejon du-hatewas continued b* IO'H. e of Probate for Jefferson t'oll'nh for lettersof Mineral Springs, Jennary 21,1'.4El.2S 2t (June* Ie'i' >. (l-tj l \-o. Tee (' .Ilect 'r

Hawkins, Justice re".'r m;judgment of Court tfl r. l'endletnn.nfVa.. Mr. Sawtelle. fMaineandr Official. diamiwon as the Administrator of Jacob Carter, I

;on. and awarding a r"ni'c tie nitoM Mrno f Grocer, of New York-the two Ulterior the DEPAKTMEitt OF STATE, late of saul coun*y. dlct:3Sed.JOII J.IM I.

nl\' .0 Site Adm'r of Samuel Parkin, M (tice Mr. Pendleton's speech against the notice January21 ISJG rRFEMNJefferson : 1 f\\ B:\ ..ST1IOM.\STONJJ I.unt r..

tflilm ., writ 0: error to Lean' Superior| Court wa*h.i hh'ommendro.n attempt will be made Information has been received by the Departmentof County February 7, IS 16. fm 2i .\ ceived and for sale br. ;

opt ion delivered b* Hawkibf Justice meriting toi:s.rrest the debate on Monday next: and to take the State that the King ol the Belgians has issued a Notice. D. I.ADD) .

dement of Cour L'lo,. Vfda i I" on the question. decree for the admission foreign flour of all kir Jj Newport. January "1. 1"z> It
Manly aad Wife and Mosde Admrs Lonu weeks after date, application will he made by .
dr of --
into Belgiu3i: until the let June Iblu Tiie; following SIX ----- -
*oli f Samuel Union Bank from undersigned to the Judge of Probates ofMaulisontoUnty
Parkhill r* ,appeal
) NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 21. is a translation the decree: Jn.tA Ut'cc.'h.f'd
ko Superior Court delivered by Iouglaa, (for letters of administration on the
Opiaioo B&tiartJ, NOT. 2., 14' le-t tht' Tliornix lluildmsrb) J. H Iorrx :1
-Whidllnn. ND for rirrn
Court estate cf Elias tate of said count dec'd. l :
Cnle Juiiiccreversing jodgment of b.low, Mexico.The of the ,
Leopold King Belgians to all whom
it ELIAS WHIDDON Jr. tune, 211 !H,\": superior| Uncivil dairy Clitese,
al r Jafdtl cause with directions to dismiss lie barque Pario Capt Kinney armed \estcrv may concern: Considering the 1st article of the law Febrnary ", I\.t,*.. 29 6w 21 I kigs bust GI.''KII I:utUr,
t"M. from Vera Cruz where she left on the 13th imte ieptember 24, 1,45, empowering the Government Its} hoe driid *eni 'lon Hams

( Edward. C. Pittmai, es Henry Dop get. app w; have received our corrcsoondence and files of to permit the entire or the partial remission of du 'o."pOMd-Sale 1st Monday ill March.Sheriff's. January 21, IM' 21 rn.tNSCIS 1VIC1iC8 '

r. Jack_ .on Circuit Cur Judcmcnt re pa]pern to the 12th from Vera Cruz and the 6th from ties on the entrance of foreign flour, until the lit of -- rp \KCSthM n.elh d to inf. rm the piblic that
Sale. --
t cot '.1t, an rtntre coca awarded the! Capitol. June, IS,10 ; with the unanimous assent of our roun'cil JUST uicKi\in: : BY- J. u.HHD FOltTP\E _L has mod his Cab net Ua'ehim to th*
.f The accounts of the entire success of the entire of ministers, we have decreed, and do decree: BY virtue of a writ of fieri (facia-i issued from building formerly urcupuiibv starr & Co.,nest doer
futureftom Lft.T e fable editor ol the rev rolutionarv movement under Paredea are confirm- Article I. Until the let day of June 184d flour the Clerk's, office of the Circuit Court for the 1 New Orleans "npr, to l'eck'aTuuu Manut ctor* us t lit- rear of which he

Chfrtiaa A.hoate. and Journal himself a SouthemB pd. That officer had established himself the 'al'I. c,f all kinds is declared freely admissible A dutyon County. of Leon, MidiHe Circuit of Florida, wherein I 0 Barrels No 1 l\I.ldwre!, intends to carr on (ilk bus nw* cf a r\PlNET

n. *>*' he has no sort of respect (or the Northern its;1 I. and had been elevated to the Presidency, ad weighing of ten centimes on the thousand kilo- William Rankin Peter S. Durjee, John Ogi'en, Jan fi Kegs fine Butter, M.KERuNDi1l'rpRand ITIIOl-STFRER-anH .
men, who t'r-rim. gramme will be levied on the article" B. Pinner and Isaac N. Rankin are plaintiff andHt'nry : doz. iotnatta Kttclnp feels well prepared to eM-nt any irders in eithcfrof
are laeholders for pain, not (rom nellint I lie entered the city on the 2d mt, and a meet Bond u defendant I have levied upon and 2 d..z. Br; nd* Cherries (the above branches of his bu-inr,

lily. or by inheritance and add : rof the principal officers was held which pros i- Kmalumentt of Collectors of Customs -We learn will expo* for sale before (the Court House door 1 inrreU Dried Apples, Hf is provided with tli,' beat mttriaU rt/i -

.We I01 them to be the creel and cxact- dcd tot 1:I. among other matters for a temporary o'eo-n. I by the Union that the following amounts have been in the city of Tallahassee Monda, the 2d day rf 1 dos Co\ &. McJ'hers .n's Cciuh, Syrup ntnulactnre 11 new titles of Cabinet FurniJurei

Ifia ef aer.. A naive Southerner mot ,who nl that a Junta of" notable reprevenling <'achpartmcnt : respectively retained by the several CollCftol',being February next within legal hours the following described January 3, l 1..11)I such as "sicntaries, Pureaus, Tables PftMestfsi
IUUI.layt me I
With them when a child nd should as.semblc and elect a person to their emoluments during the year ending June i is.13. property. to-Writ : -- -- ----- ( hairs &.c.. IwC, iou the neatest and most perfect
fortaJTibnttr'bread and dl\tdc e had tlem* good | the. executive. functions, The Junta ac- i I The collectors of Boston during four years retained Lots KP 31. 32, 37, 3S, :10, JOt, lf>2 and 1M. together Just nCct'i\'d. -tle He will also repair any description of furnituie -

DtG/etle from indulgent mother, accu- execor rci assembled on the 3d, and unanimously '- 34,

11t t Lisp the of Uncle Jim. or Aunt ted dinly Paredes. Much discussion was had as to the collectors of Philadelphia. $2 ,$73, collector WilIianu tho'reonatl situated lying and being where the defendant "-> Prints, Mouslam d1 m'lClshmnt'S.Blacl. Hexould return his grateful thinks lo the cituzemni

., MUl *IpU.tOn, pealing to the elder lee of the oath that should be administered to the of Baltimore for two yt'an. eight months and row resides, in the original plan of the city and changeable Alpaca Fancy PUid' Cingham, of T.uilahuauee f.rtle liberal patronage he ha. aUreuh :

Ietran 'i'' S Der.IJ. when he arrive* at manhood fOr of the Junta desiring that in adtlin twenty days, $liS42, the collector of Savannah for of Tallahassee also, lot No 2 of we 23 TIN. of xautifulktvleof 'I' furniture,Calico lirown I.incn. Table receivedand repfcttullv elicit a continuant
a ked "du'gent master. There are Prctioi tsidcnt some usual obligations he should swear to three year and nine months, $ .I34. the collector R 2 containing 11% 7-100 acres more or less Diaper Ihid and Strip*,d Linse and Kersevs, of their favor*, a* huepledges I imll toir' satua*

exceptions, but we affirm that this a general necessarily rolilrion to the of the United States.** llu; of Chariest on, $21, 1 1. and the collector of New I Levied upon as the property of said defendant, and one caw gertlemenV fine lined and bo-ind faction mall who may rsvp him their erlrt. bth i
po yoor Noflhp rep>el the usurpation oath but Orleans $1 ">,064. The total emoluments thus re- : to be sold to satisfy slid writ of fieri foAciu.I Brogans ; she". fins MjiailrQ'iilt, i.c, A.CDecemUi price arni quality) of his work.
i.TTuinan" "'In I \'h'.ljJer upn pro(position did not prevail ; an djcidcd, varying tined.a. $111/712, I December J'J. A ,\. FIShER, Sheriff, 13, 1-H 2! January 10, Is I". M
some .ireptjon. possjblr lil le fr\m the customary I form was onI :



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1_1_, r .,. t. ---- ---- jioikii\ ( >o. l 1I Broadway. :
Sides. Take \ollcc. WILLIAM I I H. WARD LEWIS & AMES I _
will for Hides stretched J. BIRGEmi1BLirii3 = -: -- -- = -- -- ; ---. _
dn't-.J ) to \' in market. N extra price lo paid AT LAW AND GEERALAGEXT. -
y HHD'. SIDEC.! "zr 'I\liJ an A DIaLER IN: in March
with after the Indiam fuhlOl, by Monday next.MierifFs .
/ laid:-d tro-n &L- Mr a, fro-rj NV\\ Orleans, a'id Ma% in pecs! 42 M L. RAKBR. City Washington D. C. Drugs, Medicines, PaiuK Oils, 'L1tIC1PS, .4ule.B .
Irt5. _
fo Nov sale 2J by.. '1" uf !1\IPl 1.V.*iil. DOR.EY.Clinton ts. j 1IsldIe riiruif_ of I'loilila.CIRCI T JX) ESPF.CTITLLY to the prosecution announces of Claims that before he will the severalExecutive attend Toilet Utitlrs rrrfnmrry, &r., Window GII 1 HAS ta'tn. and the FRANKLIN above store between lOlSF the where CITY he i Y virtue cf a writ of fieri facias, issued from

---- .. OF JEFFERSON COUNTY.To PAINTERS' BRUSHFS AND COLOR hand choice > the Clerk' office of the Circuit Coort forts*
Tax'CollrtoIHAVF. .: Departments of the Gon.rment. and wil keep on sdftion ( t'JaXCIX1
uICt. SPRI TERM, the United for Lands Apothc'caricit>s Ware, Ac, CLOTHS, ( \ county of Leon, Middle Circuit of Honda vthtrcm
i: this \ levied i 11'uul"h! 1.I le. >e. 1'6. claims against StatEs or Money lGLBI
I ; eilt solicit continuance \bram Dnpont is plaintiff!, and Frederick line u de-
an 1 f el McNeil containing Chi isfu; ) to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims l hc- ,l HE ab:)" constantly on hand: ai.d tor sale at the .c le respectfully a and will for
(\: Je Flcnda friends believing ff'ndant.l have levied upon expos sale,
cf his -
: of the
between Connnmioners und. Indian other Treaties, JL patronage
h fore r ( r .
le- f reclo lowest market ;
sixteen hu-tdrrJ .tres ot md. more or m2 ts > Pttiticii to < 'e mortgage. ( ruts the Court House door, ith of TilU.
U.v -raid C.wt( itandto IN:*iWb'fire William R. IVrry. ) to rre-III] lion and otlur Land C laims, and to the he will enabled to give them the most entire I before city

lilH..j'irt !Iou d K r, in tte town ol 'JJUH-* f'I HF. 'fendHt; and aU pers4>ns interested are here. procuring of Land: Patents to Pensions in the Amy store a Rreat'ane ol articles for familyuse "ali"fact'n. has-ee, on
the first :M"iJa\.' i Julv. 1-15. lor nt tVjntv: 1 bv no tifed that the petition in the above case and Navy or business connected thenwith, to theobtaining Pickles, Olives, Capers, Macaroni, Vt'rmiccUo. | i, 1M'. > __ t7 _. __ I Monday tier 2d day of next,

(taxes die Gd*'!U-i f:ir the v...etshte Lunof was this djwjtle-d. in tie: ott.ce of. the Clerk of the of Patents for scientific or useful Inven- Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Citron Prunes, Almond, -\Ir:>CW, Intensive uiid | Iciidid irhin If aHlOuu.the following described property,

die t ((rl'.f\(I- l::))a:11 C''! .btt.. dait .ts ('ir'uil Court for J I 'rsn County, Middle Circuit, tioiiand ball. ot..r business of a public natuic re Rose and Peach Waters Scrn Candles, &..cAX ASSORTMENT OVCLOTHS lo-wif :
ao .
PorbtV h. t.e! j-rorHrrt* cf the .\1.hhicch .,ii-riJi. and are ltnh r"Urt to tile their objec- .jsiring] an Agnt.aiI" IE T OF The leasehold estate of the said Frederick Hoc (IQ

1 La-id C"'mp. iiv.'. t.on; if any' thc \(according; to law. Saidrnort2 .- ( against individuals prompt) attended to, .5.ORr OLOTH3N' ] &O. the following described 1 lit of land in the city of T I-

J..HC.\. MrMILLN.icy 2.. is en the following j rroptrl, to-w it : a certain title investigated, iVc. GAISDISIT] BSD2: lIE subscribers are \reccivinea nre assortment lahassee. together with the improvements thereon.

D-. 2rQ -. In. '.'1 l'. TeN t.l14'r.SURGEON trach<.r parcel of land ly me and being in t tie County Information gi\cl free of charge. ,.1 letter to Growth of 1815. of CLOTHS, C.1SSLMKRS, &. VEbTINGS to-w if Lot No l*>s situated on the corner of J,f.

---- -- cf Jefl..ison. and vljo.iur. the- town of Alonticellown be post-paid. which they are prepared to manufacture in ferson and Adams street, in the original plan of the
No>ember CS, IS.Ij. I'JM ____ __ fashionable Also olRE1DV I
_v_', :; the Sertith, and fronting the road Itadin2 to Palmer's I RfFFRE>crslion : the most manner a large supply I city of Tanahas l'E'. .

"- Mi. meunri richly tv\o2) feet front i A. \\'HT U. S. Senate. M\DE\ CLOTlIl G. I.evied upon ai the property of aid; defendant,and

South from said road, andadjoiuin'CIritian 1:. A. HANMGAN fold said writ of fled faciasA .
DlNTIST two !. i (2H"!) feet : in the latest to be tosatisfv
< made by ourselves,) style,consisting
'\'t1'1 r..n o- at J I. m; : nics: on the West and known a ALEX. IS\REOW, ,* TOOTH ACHE ( up in part of A FISHER Sheriff

b f,,'1 1 i th,'re at al tuiu-' unls profe..h'n the lot "is "lnch Samu-l C. Crait lived in the jkar Jaa1isSIits'Ls-: Januan3l.l'tlG.. I 2S By J. \V SHERWOOD D. S
,Frock Dress and Business toats : ---- ---
V ,t l 1-14 Oat. -7th Niv.iubcr, 1'13.MctANIS n. H. A TCII"O,., .
.no b"Im'orl\'I":e. i I' 3m & sriNCLR: C. :\SILT. LACOL NT'S VEGETABLE 'I 100Th-AChE Black and Colored Cloth, rock and Dress Coats, Sale first Monday in March next.

-- \ .,. Solicitors fur P. titioncr. J, J. HVRPIN, i.f Illinois DR ELIXIR, certain and immediate cure in all Cloaks and Overcoat, T\H'E'J. Saxa Gotha Sheriff's Sale.

NJ-.j; r.J.J j :, |) .. -1 JOl.L\1. l'af. giving relt TT.1 Y virtue of a writ of fieri faciat,issued. from the
I-At'ftL U AW :..1'o I li.":' I= MFiua. r. -- ]> olire.- Wn.i. Gn'F: of Ktnturky. minutes, and that, too. any injury to the Plain and Fancy Vest,, 1. !4 Clf rk's off re of the Circuit Court for the coun<

SOrlf tl', OIX: month after date, I shall ay'I'lY j to the HI,nO JOHN PcTTiTof Indian Teeth e-r Gum It possesses the ,property of enhvcnm Black and figured Satin Silk Cashtntrealeiicia, ty of Leon, Middle Circuit c If Florida,wherein Isaac
wrable Jud.'eol I Probate,A.r Jetlcrsf County lor S.C. SIMPLL, ; the Gums when in a rn.rbid state and of re- and Silk VtlvttPAN \V. Mitchell is 'taintitY.and William P. DUTIl et al

JfTEltCU': : letters tf di mis as Administrator ol C. I!. SMITH, storing healthy and vigorous action OF EVERY: DESCRIPTION are defendant, I have levied upon and will expcso
tOtffi'. J.e FS
J1'Qfl \
: .
r ; ,tjM ttUI.r. of .aad decrasid.JE J. A. \\RU.HT. ( : Price :(> cents per phial, with ful directions for sale! before the Court House door, in the city ofJfanday J
FKITIKMirt t .w *, \\ku.l"te county 'a J. f H I ot Missouri ( '
sole .
% T"la bEVLKKR. 'L in Tallahassee. bv AMES, ALSO A VERY LM.K ASSORTME O Tallahassee. ots i iI
D: ,; Lxtp..t.1't J.I: IOMonticello J. L.
:< December 'i'lli. 1''L. 2-fl: \g >nts : S\MITFI. PlTII.F : Cotton & Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett Merino, I lie id March
IeeenS '" I.r,. :' ra ---- -- ----- --. IIL'5RT Doook.. Wisconsin. Sw*LLWOOD,Juinc,and may be found on enquiry iii a' 'a Collars 1 Lambs-wool, Canton day of next,

J,1t: I;I!..1. .:. IuilioCinHitCouilofllic3IlddlcCirciilt April 1:, l-t;. : --- almost all the tow us aud viUazes in the State Stocks, and mad I Flannel and within legal hours, the follow log described property. .
ATT GUN I.'. .\ LAW of rioritla. -- - June l-I, 1'l5.J 47 Om Jeans UI.It' *(-"It '
a rruva all thing and hold last that which U I.91IIESE good.1 Cravats,
T\\I lots orland, being No,. 9 and 10,in the eighthof
IMorida.WILL .
l IN Drawers
< \ Cn.\CIR\ (J loves, .
t'ttt.l) tuhl'Ji- iro? I ourt Hand'chiefs, silk, eamIhlf Hose. land granted to I. G'i" i> u"-
te t'"irt of M'dJte I 'gIy41-I Hat and Caps, by the United State.. adjoinmj; city
'ist" t Clr".t 1"h.ri..4. bric, .c. each and
nine acres
John F. .1. containing
Smith ha.
of w nn
< untic GewrguNovmS J3uot..JS.. La.
and the c .n i- m th- Jjtreit'| : rt. } Bill for Divorce _J Suspenders, nine-hundredth,together with all the Impro'Cwentl'tllerecn
"j-. l- I-' 1- HULL'S COUGH are now rapidly -
i to Gentleman's Wardrobe and all other
Sarah Smith. D LOZEXGF. Eury requisite a confuting of a fine dwelling
Snti: ("i'.' ___ _ superceding every ( intie the .Limodation of
for a
appearing to the --- IT I relict of roughs, olds, co'ih, can
: the al.davit( of the ciniilatnant'aS.iicitor that PILLS. wherever they ha\'f been fairly tightness the chc e tand a'tlma. Y whooping terms Our stock w ill bt replenished by the family, formerly occupied by Wiliuui. Duval as a .
'MERCHANT th.defendant. is a non-nnlf e-f the State of Flo- JL tried have eslabli-tnd an e'ivtable. cehhnl'-. I and Iulmonar complaint : arrival almost every vessel (from New York during residence.

C3MMISSION I I rita 1 residing in the state of Georgia- is ordered. and arc, dailv.*up.'rrc-din ill oilier preparations! I' leading to consumption Z't with the st-as'.n, by new goods purchased by MrSTILLM Levied upon as the property of said defendant.
Prue rents Hoi
No 4-, Front Lvce Tint the aid ttat'en.Liflt do appear and answer said medicine in-<'urn! tli >hs4asisi I. which thev are For fj- : per$ LEWIS ful. AMES dirltions.sole \\, who will remain North during the and to be sold satisfy said writ cf (fieri facias.

N LVOliLi I i: .\ :s l.a. bill within four months, or he same shall b(taken f..omnwnkd. Iha-\ an' r < by' the/ac- jl \KtnN sale: in in Tallahos-ic-by v \h\ JL \LLWOOD' : in winter for that purpose We flatter*, bv A. A. FISHER, Sheriff.
iNG.srLL'NU; : RECiiV- for I'lortdtd, That due publication be medicine Quim Janutrv 31. bId.SaleJirsl 2>>
\A71LL .'t-.d t. Ill cmfes.e. filly as the best t i .th.ur. jxruint| 1 Monticell.t bS \MiEL I: rEf LF.STON: and maybe such an arrangement, and bv selling _
C \V I.V,; "al F(U\\ \UUJ.Nu. with pr mptiiess: IJdl ,ordEr in some newspaper printed in this u->e. I Inline, the !oiitr.l.1 s..*. ol the (onniiiinitygn I l bond generally in tLctore 'hrou hout the Mate LY FOR CASH! we shall be enabled to sell cheaper Monday in March next
and des1.atcb.oeeixbr Circuitonce a week for four mouths successively.Dated them thedecieled preference, and Irum their decision thin any other establishment in the city :Ml1

; ", I'-t.. 1,r _ 21th October, 1M"1 there is no appeal IILLL S persons in want cf clothing are respectfully ins itM Sheriff's Sale.
-- -- --- -- TIO)1\S DOlG.Judge.. The f.lowiut is from :Ir. Isaac M TII'mO me r- to call and examine and jude for themselves virtue of a writ of lien iacus, issued from

NEW BOOKS, &c. J O'CRIF ., chant, Springs, Alabama: I il CL \RK k STILL f.\X. BY the lerk's office ol the late Supericr Court for .

'"{''HE sak s'-rib-r Jia.. jUt tl-.IH. per Hncs ..kletaJ. A true copv from tlt minutes T ALL.'VEU.\ SPRINGS, Talladeira Co., ) RVORACTuDZENGESHive I Monroe street, next door to Starr & F1arg.- the ,untv of Leon, Middle District of Florida

mora an': S1nI. : a Urze and splendid assortment J. S. \RION, Clerk.November .Alabama, Auzu-,1 17, I 1-4. ) November I 1M.5. I' tf herein Silas F. Burne* is plaintiff and Gabriel

ot the lulliivMiu aiticlcsSCHOOL : 1.*., 1-'!:. 17 4m- This is to certify that I have been afflicted vvith proved in mire than 1:OO cases infallible Iis --- ---- -- --- Honck is defendant have levied upon, and will expose .
BOOKS ------ sick headache.: dv pep.ia, and liver complaint andceMiveness estimated that IOO.O(( children! die annuallyfrom M'CANTS & "SPENCERATTORNEYS fr sole, before the Court House doer in the

Of every",lcUcJ Iir formerly 01 ceaerkllywwd NEW GOODS. for the laM eight or nine years, during the ..fTtctol worms alon Parents cannot he city of Tallahassee

in toother with niy' ntrw wcrksonCevrapUv which time I hadtAtn as as I about too particular t.) e b-erve svrnptoms, and administer AT LAW.VVnLL March next
'Ol the id day of
\\1 nculet.
', Gr.unma..Arithmetic,ic., &c. \\T F. LLOYD has just t received pr Casket and sixty boxes of Ueckwith's twtu'e bXfS of Pe a safe and worin-de- ,troving meJIii'me, be- in the Courts of tie Middle Dis- Monday,
f Pecouic front New York practice described
UL\NK nOOKo ter's Pills, and a number (If boxe-s of ChatiipionN fore the little sufferers are hurried to a premature \ and in tin within legal hours,the following property.
f tn<'t and the Court Appeals,
& Co.
I CK> Pieces Tucker, Bagging,
Of every' sue and srii'ho" wurnlf".f g.X Coopei 4I and Eran reth's Pills, all of winch alord! me but :u\'e. Nothing will be found. more effectual than lower Counties of Georu. Oilice at Monticello' tc-wit :

m1terial,rnJ at jh l"w prices. tl.t none. purchase :: Sea Nland little or no relief At last. I was recommended to these LZE (;U. which are as pleasant: to the taste Fla. S elsew hen :Bales Gunny Cloth, try Dr Spencer's Vegetable Pills, AD WELL I DII a'C.*>nv : children will cry for them and eat them __ '_ Hogs, and one hundred bushels Corn, more or Jefl.Le
Coils Rope; with J. L. Tompkins. itl as the property of aid defendant,and
\IR 10 for I never had but one attack of lie ilk headiche avidity \ upon
Foolscap p and Letter Ptpu, from S 2 Vi to S7 .V3 t Ca.. Russet: rroanl. alter I comnenced taking the Pills, (now about six :fresh supply |just received ami for sale in this I ATTORNEY AT LAW. to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri fac'as.Sheriff.

per ream A new atiel wry thin letter pajn-r KlrS'sI months,) and I II'anJiJIr'Jlf,' that I hare eleVivfd city bv LEWIS &AMES: Sole Agents, A. USHER
and Bale Negro ian1et., kalo in bv ) QtI\CY. TLQRtD\ 31. 1"1'3 2" By K. SAt DER. D S.
to suit the new p.. slaze: of French American more real luntfit (rim tinii"e ot Spencer's Pills, AUo for Quincy I SJ\I.WOOD,3Id January
minufdCture Cap. Wrapping. Blotting, IZnvel- 25 Barrels r than from all the nther .fl.licinf'l and Pills tint I by. \MFEL PUELEST, :Iunticelo.J .1.TlI.I. 1iracticeinthe several Courts e.f tie Mid in March next.Sheriff .
50 Kosrs Nails V and Distnets and the adjoining Sale first Monday
die in
ope.. TISJUJ, :'opyn;. Nete and )Billet Papers.. have ever taken, and I would earnestly recommend, UI 1.1. l'-15.I -f rm f Apalachicola
Smiths Hollow .nvils&c. ,, *
Sheetings of
STATLONEY.PflstL1ott'4 s, .Osnaburgs Georgia; Sale.
them TO ALL, as being in opinion the best nudi-
Vind1 ', nl other steel Shirtm.'s, 1.inses, Java, Rio and Laguira Ccte. my I SaUSal: February 1, li 15. 2S eowly issued
,Wricli9t cine in use fur al linircrin cl'Iptin". The Pills --L-_ virtue of two writs ol fieri facias, from
Pens. Silver Pen.. (;
r 'ui.Cluroo, ijuilU ef all kinJ Red, Octobt -I. 1M"_. II_ wiling to be without gu.l, m l fur li\'t dolar a box III Turks Island elo. mo "Clo m79 the Ccunty of Leon, Middle District of Honda

Bins and Copxinjr Ink. R.'<1. RUck Fancy and No- C I G .\ I S cannot but feel very grateful Spencerfor For sale by W F'. LLOYD. AUCTIONEER\ [OIt1SSIO1ERC1t.T.. wherein Abram Dupont and S. Griswold & Co. are

larnl W.ltf ..ahn Wax Sod Hose, Ink Stands. PRINCIPE CIGARS of the foiiovt.m having prepared such a valuable medi..ine. and October I. l-l'' 11 CORNER MONROE AND CLINTON STREETS,] plaintiffs, and James R. Nicks is defendant I bars

Pounce. P.' '. Waiet. Cup, t CU?", Pen Rack, '6 000 'choice brands-- the ditriblti(1 of it is conferring a very' great faoron ---Administrators-- --- --- Notice. T.t1t.AIIAdIU. FLA. levied upon.and will expose for sale,before the Court

Pea IIlI4, HI\\ 'f. Red 'l'ip; In,lia. Rubber, Boe. ,Justo Sanz, Constantia, and Delapr the public, as it I- a thing of the utmost importance House door in the city of Tallahassee,on
Files Lead QIX months after date, the undersigned, Administrator I\EW ROOKS.11TERSTE'S .
Sail. FoWc-r ElI tint every famil v should have a supply of Dr. .
t.r R1k 5,< Havana Jondflthe 2d day of March next,
Letter SLar.tai.] HfJali"Pnmavera Silencer's truly) valuable Iii!constantly on hand. IJ of all and singular, the lands. and t ten"- DOMESTIC ECONOMY ; an En-

AIKCCLt.VEOIX BOOKS.A 5,5) .' \C M. TIOI\S. nwnts onds and chattels, rights and credits, which \ T cyclopedia, comprising: such subjects as are within legal hour,the following described property
.f l? As, Novel and Stainlri II.UJO Imperials, : with were of Da\'it Willis, deceased, will present hi' accounts to-wit I ITo
:T't sarit\ e new '> Price 2;cents per n, ful most immediately connected with housekeeping as ;
W"rk". w itb a most !j'ltnid.assortment of Bibles.Prater 10,01fl rmMJIJ Tuiipana.I ( in Tallahassee \ Lrwis AMES. sole and \'olchtr to the lion Judge of Jrrhalf Edifices, Furniture, Servants Food, Fermented Liquors hundred and lift) bushels Corn, more or less,

B\"s, Annual c. Just received Trabucos.tnd for u1w Agent: S.\!I'FI. Pn U''TO Monticello ; J, L. tom Leon. t ounty, for a final setlr.ment of accounts IJress, Carriats.lleath. kc., Xc, by Thrs. and twenty bales Cotton.
CTLEHY.Ro.en. bvP. A. HAYWARD. I SMALLWOOD < uincand may (be found on enquiry ; and will then a>k to be di'ch3 I] from his tVebsterand Mrs Parke-s with nearly 1 l'wJ') engrav- Levied upon as the property of said defendant,ami

Cr,..>ke'<, \'.*, tfiih..ln.> Knives: Pen in almost all the towns ant tillagt.s in the State .aid \dininistration JO;\U'.ILLt ing*. to be old to satisfy said writs cf fieri facias

POdff. Pr"1I".'. liantin Di-sk siiJ Ladies.. Minia November I.1'13.1 I: I June I II. 1SI5 47 tin I September 13, I1"!.*). CmM The Wandering Jew, complete in 2\olsprice sFISIIE'k.. Sheriff

Ilre \ s, R.7'). "scii .r*. : .c. <::ish Advances. ---- - ---- E3 O-'i clio January :U. IS... 2-' ByK.SerNDaas.D.S.

FANCY GOODS &( I r The Elements of Morality, including Polity, bv'
Tortoise' SVU,"Poarl and Silk Velvet Card C&aes, J. R. FORTUNEJS Wm. Whew til, M D. 2 soUs.The Sale first Monday in March next
to 1'Jch.. La(lies and Gentlemen Silk I S. F D i: N Y Sheriff's Sale.
fro fel I prepared to advance on COTTON : to Journal of the Texiin Expedition against

Purges, Hair Hra' d.Twtll Bru.hf., .llln,1 Comb Messrs FRANKLIN &. rlmml Nlw Orleans I WOULD respectfully announce to (the ladies of Mier by Gen Thos. J. Green. virtue of three writs of fieri facias issued from

Brushes, Gold Pencil Silver do., Iold. Thimble', : : } >e and the surrounding country that Durbin'" Observations the East 2 vol'sNarrative BY Clerk office of the late Superior Court lot

Silver SuspendS r Bj and Buffalo Horn Combs.. Envelop, I!1 1IA131 rS, in the newest and styles, at
Ivory Or"l ; ----- --- approved Jo-eph Wolf, D. D. L. L. D. herein Kidder Moore,Angus Johnson and Wm.

Motto Seals and Wifers, Paptr Han:mzs, Borders, ,.&iI2flAuctioneer I the shortest 1 notice, and flatters herlf: from l hur long NEW NEVOLS, &e.Author's Choice are plaintiffs and Ephraim Dawkins and
I ether medicine cf '
Plain and Illur.J Green papers for Window Curtains Merchant ARE now supercedmg!every I' experience in dress-making, that she can "atfJ thc Ephraim Daw kins and John H. Shehee are defendants -
& Commission the for the of and Howitt.
<, Enilish and French Powder, ,, n'd to public cure Chi most taste. Daughterby Mary
'I'] f.hoiols will for sale before
I hue levied upon, expose ,
Cut Tickets, LabvN, Thermometers. I Fe'thcre'"tr they have l len used they have !1 She will her in Only Fiddler, I
Flaski, Game B.<, Hay'ward's Building, recently occupiedby : give attention to .Vi/A/irry the Court House door in the city of Tallahassee
Playing, Vi itm;. Pnntinz and Dr Eu"by', t STonE Starr A, where his best service. invariably given the most decided and unequivocal I all ill bn"rhr.and her prices shal in all instance The Merchants Daughter The Fright The F" l
< .
Cards. Ch pm n'. Razor Stro!. Hoi" Guitar, and may be commanded in\'e line satisfaction The testimony exists on every side conlorm to the times Held lCe on Monroe street, peetontliy Miss Ellen Pickeri. ,. Aia'iryby Akv. On Mtnday, the 2d day of March next

Violin Strings, NeM.11.i1 hours the follow ing described property
---- -- of the western wilds to the CITY PALACE cl the I alifttime. Groves of Blarney The Only Daughter.
with a gren \\ear.ety: of oth.r cods to numerou: -- -- Tal.ha'E November', 1S4" I JApalachlcola C> to." it :
mention. FOR SAJE. millionaire-there are thousands of witnesses to the ..--..--- ----- Mansfield Park : The Hoyt and Butler Correspondence less five Cows
One hundred bushels Corn more or ,
Ie HOOK BINDING GOOD TERMS, A VALUABLE- TRACT OF unrivalled efficacv of this invaluable medicine. It Land Company. &.c., &.c.
ON and Calves, Colt and twenty Hogs.
its branch.*.. Elnk.Riled and Pound t I al a in the Miccosnokie *ettlement and dots sicken the stomach 'disagreeable ALL P. A. 11.\YWARD: upon
not or produce .
iM old < hlallhsituati.n any to nuke of commit waste in fieri facias.A. .
cf any or 4.'I' n l'J ir.J Ue.ks ) use or any unlawful and to be sold to satisfy said writs of
&c. II miles from Tallahassee. AlSo, a good sensation in the system OLtinat. eaesof mnlr. on the lands (.1 f the Apalachicol; Tallahassp. nero 1 7. l-4' 21-tfAiiiitials A. FISHER, Sheriff.

ALSO for bile a' Copying. Pi-es. pure IP. 10.' s'ipplv cf I'roviionsand Stock. Apply to CHILLS and FI\'ER. when other ( reparations Land. Company which have not been regularly dis- -\-}mr----- -: J.F"7[ January 31, IS I". 2> By K. SAC PEBS D. S.
A. HAYWARD. 11 B have have yielded at once to a few doses ol of "
pos.1 by us. or our ccmpetcnt agent or agents
? November. lfel.I 17L17 September 20, is j". y On the premi e.. Pils. without anv disposition cf a return.- tl'retofort. as the pcnaltv of the l"wil be strictly for IS 1C. Sale first Monday in March next.SlscrilPs .

Goitre. Ihev nvjuire no puffing-it is unworthy of them enlorcxl against all Sale.
1 O The Medical Faculty an' prescribing them with oleuJl'r. I Leaflets Memory Nature's Gems,
months after date, I account \ Application mav for purchases, leases or THE the
present my tirtueof writ of fieri facias issued from
\1 TILL! \M II. '!;IWt'KIXURO\Gl X AUGITS SIX. vouchers and apply!hal I HOD Judge of Pro- unexample-d success, not only in MII ant l'rtr. otherwise, for the ed of ]lrtiorzs or tract Opal Friendships Otlenng BY for thecount
Cl rk'f office of the late Superior
\ in but in cf all tM'grades and character arid Rose of Sharon, Boudoir .Annual
TUS K M partriership. Odte for Jeferson Countv for letters of dismission fe\'f of paid lands I lying and being, in the counties of \ whereinIaac
attend the counties of the Mid consider them the most safe and harmless \ the : \ The May Flower, Forget Me Not, LaJif'I.\lbum. of Leon, Middle District of Florida
They w,jh as Executor of the e"tale of David Hart, late of said I klll., Len, Gadsden and Franklin and known a oW. Mitchell is plaintiff and Francis Holdea
and Frauklin most certain and / that ran possiblvhe Moss lkeehri'tiansAnnnaiThe Amulet
Jarkwn counties :
die District cf prffpt.t'r Mjpe Forbes to our duly I authon/eda enfMr I
County, lt Iurrha.f B.
Di.-tnct. TIle of d.'case. administered in (ii : cf ; The Jewel, The Hyacinth, and Eveline B. Holden Administrators of Robert
in the ApaivhitV.a county HART, Executor r"INhale manajmrnt JIMIS f DiT FR, in tbe vicinity of levied
Thomas, ; The Court XprwaU of Florida, J.UnS I Fevers peculiar to this countrv ", eiretion! for : I QuinC.JOSf:11 Scenes in the life (;if our Savior, Copeland. deceased are defendants, I have
Gergia. October 4, 1S4'.. I I DELAIELD, Courthouse
an1! the Uls'int .b.t c.iomt Cn.'rt of the United use accompany each box Price One Dollar. hnkspeare's; Gems, Fairy Land. upon, and will expose for sale before the

tate at Tallah,"i.eVM :Ul'l"K.ATTORNEY For sale in Tallahasseeby LEWIS i. AMES, sole Trwtrrt of I.L\IS Jlpalachitola Land Co. English and American Praver Books, Bibles and door, in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday,

t RESIDF'CE: .\s'nt; z Quincy J. L Se.s i.LWOOI5; in Monticello, Jaiiuai) 10, lfel' MLicrllaniCj in splendid bindings, &.c., &c. the second day of March neat within legal houn.I .

\ H BRocENnOt.Ta1ta1iaee.AUCJUSTUS : in Wo S\MUI PIJFLMTOV, and may b found on enquiry Toy irfiofcs ,Ut ....Ull.. ,i- T.,.. ,>almost the following" described property t .wit :
F..M VXWELL, .. generally at all I he stores throughout the State ISolicr. every description suitable lor presents for children I Lot No 2..1,2.1,2.,, 256J lying and being in
W If AND COUNSELLOR: AT LAW June 11, 47 6m lor Christmas and New "\ ear. For sale bv the m.luaa.....- .. .z.. .,tt of Tallahassee, to-
April 19. 1M5 [ 1'1; elulv authorized of the
flulucy, Florida THE undfuianf agent Dec 11, 1M- 21 P. A. HAWARDOn getherwith the improvements thereon.
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ntiCP. e> Apalachicola Land Company, and
Lev led the of said defendants,
month, aU"i lat. .., the uidraigetd will pre. U7"1LL attend, and cf the Decatur several Courts cf Middle Flu HOW TO GET HEALTH. is prepared to Sl or rent such portions and tracts i Consignment. to be sold to satistv. said writ of fieri facias.
SIX County Georgia. Forbes have beenregularly
of land within ( as not
nt his account!ard \'ourer"to the Judge .f January 3. Ibir 24 of irsons continue to cure them cf, said rurtI.a.Land Personal I 1 CASK Suirar cured Hams,Sugar,Tea, Rice A. A. FISHER Sheriff

iT ,bateof Wauliji ounty-., as Administrator on thestate THOUSANDS ', Coughs, leacht Rheumatic interviews disposed be by had with the Company subscriber at- .1. Candles, Soap, Mackarel, Loaf Sugar Flour, January 21, IMft 27 By A. J. FISHER D S._

of M C. Rjrlson! and apply\ for letters of E. nAn\AID, Jr., Affe-ctions, Small Pox ta.lf', ostiH'I i, Influenza may Cheese Crackers, Vinegar Mustard Pepper '
or in the : of Quincy or letters may be NEI% HOOKS, Ac.TUST .
dj. ion from the iid rstate nfhhbrh.x1
:. FORMS his friends and the public and the host of those indications of the bodyof the that SpiceGingemNutmeg.DriedApplesand peaches.
directed Post Offices, at
Narrative of the
; JOHN P IITNGERFORD, that he has taken the the of order through received per Brig Sampson,
c I store on corner the blood being out simply by per cver- Maccaroni Butter and Onions for sale bv
p In htwf hu wife, M. A. Hungerford place and Tallahassee. J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Oregon -
Hundred Footstreets
of and Two ingly using Brandreth'i Vegetable L'ntrerinl Pills, December 17,1S15. 21 R. H. BERRY.
E. .
Ptcpmr 13. if 11 21 .frn __ .ono the Court House of in JAMES BETTNER, Jgtnt and North California in 15-13 and 4, by Capt. J.
: __ opposite b long as any symptoms derangement any organ of the Trvttteg of Apalachicola Land Co.
where found a ( remain. Often by adopting this course, which FumllyFlour. C. Fremont,price 37J cts.
may 'nlral3"JrtmCntof
.INO. ( I. GAM1JLK Jr. b 1O) 1S1' 25
January ly
The Crescent and the Cress Eliot Warburton
11' Renlme DRUGS AN'MEDICINES. Every at- experience has proved according to Nature, it being BARRELS FAMILY FLOUR, received by
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his Professional Services to the cit jzcna 50 Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Progress,
to arid her have few been
OFFERS Untion paid Physicians Plnttu. merely assisting many in a days TIlE PATENT GALVANIC RINGS Schooner Maria from New Orleans en consignment -
and its sieinitv.Nov. All articles warranted good quality ', lofu ea retort to health,who, but foi Brandreth's Pills, had and for sale by E. W. DORSEY "Flipper's Proverbial Philosophy,a book of thought

II. 1513 : 17 tf He has just received a supply of SIERMAr'SOR ten for months. The value of this medicineis And Ciistlc's Magnetic Fluid. Nov. 22. 1S. Corner cf Monroe and Clinton sts and arguments originally treated,
-- '-- -- --- \ f, (OUGH, CAMPHOR and CATHARTI ) }fnd price. !HIS remarkablediscovery has received the nni- Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield

:] : O'fnn LOZENGES, valuable articles, and mOt agree WHEN' THE BODY IS SUBJECT TO MANY T verbal approbation of the Medical Profession of Family Hams. Dante's Poetical Works translated by H. T. Ctrj.

r ATTORNEY : .AT LAW able form of administ.rinj meicinN. changes, tl requires medicine Great; Britain, and has now been sufficiently long be- 2 IIJIDS. FAMILY HAMS, small sizes, and a superior The Philosophy of Mystery by Dandy,
S Jasper. Hamilton County, Illorlda.roVmbr 'ER the Sudden changes from very hot, tochilly weather, fore the American public to give a fair test of its article for sale private sale by Holmes' life ol ,

22, 1 lP.Ii. 1 cheapest and best plaster ever offered to are ulfa\' health ; and it is a fact. universally power andetlkacy. The PatentGalvanic Rings have E. W. DORSEY Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,

---.--.- for Rheumatism, Pains in the Back, Side,and Weakness admite.that heat and moisture are powerful agentsin been found to answer all the purposes for which the Nov. 22 IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton stsllxtrn Parker's aids to English composition..

*i a I"!.-TWO FINE BUGGIES, 4c, and that constant dry and constant ordinary Galvanic Battery, or Etcri and Magnetic Chances and Changes, or Life as it Is,I by Charles

kIior ', Harness, for Cash, at Northern Also DR FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN, or ALL- wet weather are both favorable to its genera Machines are used but are any of the injurious Family Flour. Burdett Rural Economy by Boussinghault.

., HEALING BALSAM,an invaluable article for Colds, tion ; it does not signify what we call it: it may be shocks which accompany the applications by Kf\ BARRELS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, just Book of the Colonies, by John Frost,

CLARK- &STILLMAN I COUlh", Asthma, Bleeding at the Lungs, Consump ague it may b bilious: lever; it may be yellow fever these instruments, and in many other respects are JLf landed from Schr Maria, from New Orleans.the Book of Good Examples by John Frost. .

November 1' 15. 1*. i its kindred diseases. Iamphltte. containing ; it may b denlar; it mayberlteumatism; it more safe and certain in accomplishing the desired above Flour was selected by one of the city mapactors The book cf Christmas by Thomas K. Henrey. .
; ___ ____ __ Elinor Wylhs, edited by J. G. Cooper,
certificates from in he becholic, it be
persons! respecting may ; may constipation eibje-ct and warranted to be equal) to any of the
11'. II iull's I*.I m i. a ry ialam, its valuable Hle-cts, can be had gratis, by ap- of the bowels.,)it may be inflammation of The Gih'anit Rings have been used with perfect Vorthern brands Received on consignment,and for Miss The quiet Husband The Squire, The IIeirei.b1

For CoMghx, Colj, .',tlmn., Ciovp, lironehitur. pl,int!as abol.T.U.hulte the !stomach ; it may be a nervous affection; but still success in all cases of Rheumatism,acute or chronic, sale at pi ivate sale by E. W.'DORSEY Pickering,
U'JioopingCough, Jujlu'nza, hoarse ursa, January' 10, IM If.< 2; tf it is a disease, and a disease curable by the BrandrethPi applying to the head, face or limbs, Gout Tic Dolo- Nov. 22 IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts As'ahio. or the Sculrtor'sppre br A Dumas -

i,1 thf t -- because remove all impuuties from the Ten thache BrenclntH, Vertigo Nervous -_. _- ------ Love and Me merumbv Horace Smith,
Sorrntti or l'ui"l c/tII. 'itinf they reux. : or -- ----- -
a. ; Taxes Taxes IS 16. aU that in feed the The illustrated histo'y of Palestineby Jno Kittt.
of DIODI. boy. can any manner further Sick Headache, Indie"tiol, Paralysis, PaUey, Fpi. Whiskey.ff
of ) O11n11Ii'm.frul! rrHE, undersigned liacing been appinted* *!oiJ progress,,1 the mal..dy ; no matter how called; thins Icpsv, Fits, Cramp, Palpitation a f the Heart, Apoplexy BARRELS RECTIFIED VhIhSKEY jut The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor

article has Icnz been held in hizh r.timaB of the Revenue ( r the ( the these- pills are not only the most proper medicine, Stillness t of Joints, Lumbago, Spinal Complaints 5)' landed from Schr. Maria, from New Orleans Mysteries of the Backwoods, by T. B.

rglHIS lion tor the cure diseasef the hreast. and present sear, hereby gives notice that he sill atenu but generally the only medicine that need or ought to Neuralgia, General D<.bilitv', Deficiency of and for sale at private sale at a small advance to close thor of Tom Owen

: lungs, .r'
trill by oldNIf atb'I" afllirtwl a list cf taxable property cf the inhabitants: TO THOSE WIOSF OCCUPATIONS TENDSTO ftra .rlinar effect( upon the !.vsler must he witnessed Nov 22 IS Corner of Monroe and Clinton sts. Girl
\ \'i.i a directions each bottle of the At Blockcr's X Roads on Wednesday, 21st Jan'vBeard's PRODUCF AGGHAVATJ DISEASES b bele"fd. and as a cerlainprcventire for Fleming Field Nich Bigelow, The Orange
medicine" Price 30 accompany Store, Miccosookie, Thursday ) 22 d.. I This cIa.s are numerous. They are the ( they are equally to be re- ADVANCES ON COTTON of Venice, The West t Point Cadet
cnt.S.ld 23d do those who work in Love and Murder, Durbin's Observation in the
bvs Cfntrnjlecaf.t Friday, : an unhealthy atmosphere. Print. rommende-d. The Galvanic Rings are in every way
in Talaha. P.I"rib ., Dnl lit Mannio1fon Slturray: 24th do PM, workmen in feather stores, stone cutters,bakers, perfectly haimlc, and are sold at prices lo be with TO NEW 10KK AND MVC RPOI. East, Clark's Cjrsar, Plavfur's Euclid,

6 1M' &> 'MF ; George Young's, Monday 2'>th do white lead manufacturers all more or less subject I reach cf all. Cri tie'8 Magnetic Fluid is used in OTARR & FLAGG will make CASH ADVAND Noye's Penmanship. New Music, Paper for Win

5- December--.-. - -- -- -- -- --- Fort Kraden,Tuesday 27'h do to disease according to their strength of constitution.The connection with the Rinl. to render their efficient CIS on Cotton consigned to their friends in dow Curtains, house Paper and Borders, fcc., 4c-

'%'.diriiuirU, Miiniirl II. MCpieii Fcrt Slan"burJ..c'd1lddy,2- th do only method to prevent disease, is the occasional iction certain, and direc the Galvanic influence New York or Liverpool For sale by P A. HAYWARD-

:n.I'1 i and J. "'n)." 1 ItuKrr, Court I House! in Tlbhl., Thursday,29th,Fri use of a medicine which abstracts from the circulation to particular part are affected. Tallahassee, November I. Is45 15 January2I.l55G. 27

ATTORNEYS AXl. ,\W. ,lav.Vth, and Saturday' 31st January all deleterious humors, and expels them by the A supply ( above invaluable articles just re- Notice.S .
COJIOn January' lo, 1ii. 2', GEO W IU1CHINSNotice. xivvels Tonics in any form are injurious, a they eived and for sale by E. BARNARD Jr., Agent for Notice.
: formed ;'A pirtn? !hip in the praciueof -- -- - off the il day to make it The Medicine Store IX months alter date, I shall apply to the HOD
only put \ more ?rihtieat his Drug and Monroe st., months after date, I shall apply to the lion.
their of Probate for Jefferson for letter
joint attention t. bu- Judge County
and gaee Pills will insure SIX
\ wil I> "i. n.andrth's FallahasHee. respecting the above, can
the Middle ( ..rruit Pamphlets of Probate of Jefferson County, for letters of dismission Administrator of Edmund late'
c.,nlided h.1 care, in all matters out of (the blood aa Gray,
.Ud. -lix mnnlhllrer date, the undf rsignctl will apply they impure and be had, on application, gratis. of dismission ns Executor of the estate of Elizabeth
said deceased.
and Franklin the of County,
' and in the CounUe of JAr.c.n. SrrpnFN will ff tJ to Honlrl. James F Jhfe. J>idg. ,.f the body is not weakened but strengthened by their January 10, lS-16. 25 2m.tdzaaltaisli'attor'S Jones,late of said County, eleceased. GEORGE W. STANDLEY.
Western Circuit. fA?.>ftLL continue 'rebate of I eoncountyfor ( operation, for these valuable Pills do not force, but -
1fleuofdismi5iof RICHARD TAYLOR.
to reside at Q-nncy SAMLTI.. \ C\RMACK asmt nature, arid are not but harmon. Notice. Jefftrson County, January 10,1646. 23 6rnAdisattiistrator'
the e,tate of F Brant, deceased.F. hey opposed Jefferson County Dec 20, IS45. 22 Gm
arId J. WATLE BASC. :at Talahloe. of the WIEXKER ) 7f with hfi. months after dale, I shall Notice.
firm wi spend a part ol at .Apalachicola, G. VlNGERHOETS,5AImrfJunusrv 3 A fresh supply pist received and for sale b'LEWIS SIX vouchers and make present mYlcount
application Judgeof
attend to coiumunicationn directed to AMES tht M. D. PAPY MilIIn subscriber having obtained letters of At"JL
: and anj ,
10, 1111. _25 n & DrulJllts, Probate of Leon County for letters of di mission
minitration r>n the estate of Matthew Tucker,
-- Sole for .
that place.Iccember2Oi&4'. 27 For Sale. Agent a Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew F...- @m; lf"' JI.W 9 oceased.'late of Washington County, hereby gives

Also, by M M. Mcintosh, Madison C. IL; Holmes lick, deceased, of said County.JOHN. Practice mall the Courts in the Middle the
----- ------ WF.LL ,wWted Miscellaneous I.ihmrv of Iherft TII.L notice to all persons who are indebted to ***
N A English edition* cf standard 4 Dexter, Mineral Springs, East Florida; ROKS& MYRICK, Adm'r. I Y Circuit. Office on the first floor of the Cap- estate to come rward and settle the name imiaeditely .-

lrt. works Iplroc one thousand volumes Trezvant Lancaster C. I. ; O L. Brown, Newnans.vilheend January 3, HWj. 21 f.mThos. itol, South wing, room formerly occupied by the ; and all persons having demands against ""
I apply to the Probate ( Wilson Florida
months after B. Garey'n" Ferry
Eat ;
: d.f. Secretary cf the Territory *'
upply n state within
SIX For particulars, are requested to present then
of Gadlen County fur a discharge from Quincy ; Mount Vernon. Jrfl Heir,
; p e JOS F. November 15 1S45. 17 tbn
years, from the Sth day of December, 1S45 or
executorship of the last will of Robert Davidson, October II. IS I 12 2m ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
, BIT L. W. SPRATT- January 10,1515. 25 Ocilla, J t"rsof Count!. notice will be plead in bar of final recovery.
, i, delaad. continue to practice in the Superior and Notice.SIX HENRY O'NEAL, Adm'I'January

January 9. [H] 15H.. 2 5m Notice. R. H. BERRY & Co. WILL Courts Jefferson County, and in the months after elate, I shall present my accounts 3. H-l.v 21 2m ,,, ..

oUcC.SIX months after dale, I shall apply to the HOP. undersigned have this day forme a Co.pat- Superior Courts of the Middle District,and the County vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate for

I, SIX of Pbatf in and for Jefferson County (or THE under the above the transmission of Columbia m the Eastern Dfatnct. efferson County, and then apply for letters cf dis- Cash Advances.

months flef. dite, I sbilapp11 for to the letters Judge of letters of dumisxion .Executor of John Moore, of t GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINES Residence at Monticello, Jefferson Counly All mission M Administrator of the several estates of \\T F LLOYD will make liberal CasA adran**

; Probate ( of ,late of late cf aid county, d R H. husinesentr'isted.with him, will be promptly attended George Ritrhit,Gf'orl.O Smith Silas Krupp and John 'S v on Cotton shipped to hit friends in ie -
a dcmiuino u aizi.\ntnr :
ni Cu t .tounh-, Jai'is'. 10, 1 JILtS. :,F.H ::,I"r "r "on'v. ''1' :. Am 'ox-mbfr l In. 1 t'?) 1='! !1t> tf :lrlh 'I. 11U 0' 'I1 '" rm Oflobir 2. 1St. II


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