The Floridian

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The Floridian
Uniform Title:
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Place of Publication:
Tallahassee [Fla.]
Wm. Wilson
Creation Date:
February 28, 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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Our country-'tis gloriom land from t"lt.t\ Jnrln! per C( n*. in 1
With wide arm stretched from ..horc los.livie'! THE FLORIDIAN. favor latcr Hut! this is i not all cxj o-

The proud Pacific chifen her strand, ure I torpifics the and emasculates! the cy :em, parlyzes '

She hears the! dark Atlantic: roar; he door lmctioD' of the stomach and open (

And nurtured 1:1 her atnpl, breast introduction nf many a fearful
m lies, An animal habitually espied lo 11f
goodly prool i-ect
How many a cold J. falls
usually If"
drest. away. a cow, she
'aa la natures* wildest grandeur brinks "
Enamelled with her lovliest dies BY S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA) SATURDAY] \ FEBRUARY 28, IS 16. VOL XS'II--10.32. nonce n her loss milk 01 l "i'acitv.; if au and ox, 1-eenmc be will niiipul expo

flowerof gold and inert, and
a. d.ock.dllh
Rich prairie f'tllly prepared to answer
Like tun-lit ,reann roll afar gratified the sense as well as the soul with 1 1I pp.culiar b mg with a perfect recklessness, and t'le excitement scagorsall Ir/o say i is that wh'somcver- A TEA PARTY INCIDE>T.-Standing one tbe ton often drafts made upon 1 his
Broad lakes her azure heavens behold. beauty. of this for a time pleased me. I was you sec them link of sassengors you don't xcr the table of a fashionable tea part powers under the yoke.
'r. Reflecting dear each trembling .tal gazed for several minutes over the Pur not the only one, I by hundreds, of the young no dogs." got up in aid of some charitable institution in A STRANCK-YET--

And mighty rivers, mountain born, landscape[ which operating as a narcotic, almost planters who was then spending his thousands "I I gioss, on reflection," aid the traveller, our city, I was gradually pushed along by the : and Ireautiful girl, TRlF Boston STORY"OJf Bee of '
Go sweeping onward dark and deep; lulled my senses to sleep.! Presently the nightly upon faro and roulette. The cityseemed .that I won't negotiate for thorn ere articles. fair guests and their 1)3.ut until I found myself, character and bright!saysthe 1'.o I C
11ef, Prints where, the bounding(:awn, voice of my friend broke m waking lo 'be house. had man's last remark has prospects some fewy ,
dislike: not
Through dream. upon ) one huge gambling Te given me a opposite only n magnificent cake, but a rg?, while she was yet but tf sixteen eats,
el.he Beneath the sheltering branches Itap. seen no such high Jamin'even in the' hells' .m.-EJrlmnc paper.1'erscveruucc.. most bewitching pair of(' ( I looked across i l'ecame attached to young sailor l"or of} her
And cradled 'midit her clustering lulls, 'You lice my plant3.tion-is it not a fine of Paris. One Ii I lost upwards of the rake and the owner of these orbs shot at i i t acquaintance, which I attachmenfgrmving iulu

r>dbe Sweet vales in dream like beauty hide one 1''The twenty thousand) dollais-upon another more BT T. r. me a fiNh, which I, in my modest admiration.was earnest devotion resulted in a imfrimonial

Where love the air with mu ic fills, finest I ever saw. than half that amount. Some times I won rotioinbcr, when ARTII.R.I (quite a lad, lo have forced to dodge. The signal was given engagement. This circumstance being matte

And calm content and peace abide 'I'So was I have horn understood.upon it-it'was my father's. !largely, but tIle slark taking, advantage i.f ht'arl :vory good anecdote told' of two negroes and! the company attacked the go things with known the parents of tlt lair inamorata,
013- recklessness frequent intoxication, who met after church igor, 'but as for myself the eyed beautyopposite" they remonstrated
For plenty here her fullness poursIn one Sunday, anddiscussd Itt finding all remon-
'Ten years ago that plantation was pledg robbed me ; sometimes by false dice, and often \ final for and I .
the merits of the had) enough me, commenced trance to be resolvi
rich profusion o'er the land ed.' sermon they (! they tint a sr p.
as I found, by abstracting mont fr1 in just heard. familiarizing my own lo the ration of the should l l r '
I And, sent to seize her gotiettsis shores, HowfPledged ) ) lepcf parties It rfK-cte f. Such
There howls no tvrant's. hirelin; hand ''I'lodged pocket. BiF," said one of them,, bow you like de glances of hers, she af first laughed, and then however was the strength of affection on Ihl-
n.a lo the devil! that I would warn you I On one occasion, a faro dealer, thinkingme } sarniini'" |Kiuted, and at length looked angry. I drew part of the lovers that it became in I

Great Gode! thank thee for this home- agalnst-drmk and its owner was left, soul intoxicated, attempted though, in a most .0, Irr.11. tiam, only dar was one oft my surveillance and she looked.pleased ; a pini n of thtvparcnts to cut off all proper communication till.
ae This boundless birthland of the free, and' 'body, within one dollar of utter ruin.' slovenly manner, to cheat me out of a thousand word I ullcr,tau, no how, nor nothing. I gentleman of in) acquaintance having addressed between the devoted couple and final ) l

of Where wanderers from afar may come 1 never hcnrd''XoJount''crheard.- dollar bet. I was not too drunk to per ." her familiarly I seized on him and requested ly to shut up the fair one. By dint of determined '
And breathe the air of Liberty You have not mix. cehehis trick, but enough so to make me regardless .'D>ed And what wa dat 1" an introduction, lie granted it, and I perseverance| however, an was x'
Still may flowers! untrauimeUV] !spring, ed with my former associates in New Orleans, of what I did, and) drawing my stilettoI .Pesewcrance !" bowed in lowly homage to the beauty. The efFected, and the young lady .eloped escape, assumed| '

'1, Her harvest wave, her cities rise, nor have' 1 since then. But you shall hear- I pinned his hand to the table. I "hallt"'lrforgct Pei,>evverancc Ho Il tell you what gent, with her, resigned the beauty to my care, I the giiie of a sailor boy herself and shipped t

And yet 'till Time shall fold hi" wing. listen the uproar that followed. I was dat meal.r .'* while he searched for her sister, that they on loird the same vessel with her J. ruler, in

thw 'jr Remain earth' loveliest paradise. D'Anvillc removed I.i" broad-leafed( panama abused, and in the event was compelled to pay \ \, what him moan.'* mi;ht leave together, and I was left alone, to j the capacity of a cabin boy. Having performed .

aId from a* noble a forehead UK nature over chiseled a large sum of rnonct. lo stop a prosecution I vou." prOuenulu in company with the bright eyes t one voyage, she landed in New-:York, 1 ,
BETTER MOMENTSMy -waved it several times across his face that had been entered against me. In this "Do, if you please. DatN jis-t 'what} this and their owner. _. I in company with her lover, and prrprtnUions ,
of t. mothers voice! how often creeps by way of fanning himself and proceeded. way my fortune soon molted, until 'finally I obtained hild want to know." Allovy me tocarryyour muff"sid I most I were there made for their marriage. After .

a Its cadence on my 'lonely hours! 'I am now tLirtv-fivc. Fifteen vcars ago I fifty thousand dollars by a mortgage on "Pcr!ewerancc mean,-let me sec,-it [persuasively this room is s warm it must a fewdays'residence in New.York, her lover 1
a Like healing sent on wings: of sleep<< had completed my education in Paris, and returned my plantation. This went [like the rest, and mean-" I bo an incUnltrance." I suddenly disappeared and as she could not for

Or dew to the unconscious flywers. home to see the remains of my last relative in less than one year I found myself 'beggared, Ho you do' no what i it mean." "No, no !" said she, in evident alarm, and a moment doubt of his fidelity. ,she | [
I, I might forget her mltinc prayer my father, deposited l beneath yonder and without credit ; for 1 had (" 't'1 rxhatistod Don't 11 Jist '-Oi hold out a miiiit. Pcrsowerance biting her pretty lip at thc same rime.h : must have boon murdered. Not SllpotcIlle.! '

While pleasures pulses madly fly. willow, and to find myself the uncontrolled this and what was worse than 3.1, 1 had becomo mean fair JuM, hold vn, nn l nItcrJ -- Wh)" thinks I, "she cannot suspt'c that ed in her l bereavement, afier fiuUles endeav. i ,'
But in the still, unbroken air. possessor of an estate worth nearly 8200,000.()( a drunkard (rln Dai's what him ." I wish steal it and solved to con\'inCf i t rto gain some information respecting him, l ''et s
Her gentle tone arne ste.lint; by- Five miles op the river, on the same side, was You may think it strange, my young friend Sure( 'l." IIal her of my honesty, I reached J for the muf and I bin resumed her sailor apparel and agnin ) r'=

And years of cm and manhood flee, the estate and chateau of Laselle. He had that I could have fallen in the course of one \ ei>, dis child is sure." insisted upon carrying it. I laid one ship|,ed as a sailor boy, and performed other

11 And leave me at my. mother's knee originally emigrated from France along with year; but a! Now Orleuns then was, many a h Much bleeged to you, Sam. I understand end and she the other, to which she held most sea voyage.
r my father, an! had become rich by the same victim was made in even less time. You may now. Next time Hector.tries lo run off tightly ; but my gallantry triumphed, and pulling l. During ibis second voyage', !I.C l became ac. ,
:i The book of nature and the printOf honest means, lie had an only daughterMarie think it stranger li, when I relate to you tll; will me, I'll give him a little jClrrTICI ('.- it from her, out dropped a slice of jtuvnd. ({ tainted with another roterof the deep, arid, ;
beauty on the whimpering sea, Louise. We had Won playmates previous simple incident brought n]at last to my gess it will 10." } rape, four doughnuts, two jumftJcv, and an p strong feeling of attachment growing I be- t

s Give still to me some lineamentOf to my ')leparture to Europe. Whilewe senses. I was sitting one morning in a cafe Hundred of times since have I thought ofSam's orange. I need not say I was horrified at the | them, she disclosed her sex to IliJ ,anfl l
what I have been tausht: be, were but children, and before leaving in the Hue IJoyalo ; the last dollar was in my of the word effect/ of my gallant eiiort.; I picked part of tan agreement was entered into that on their f

My heart 1\1' harder, and |perhaps Louisiana for lie first time the face of that hand-it was the last of a small sum that I had when I tdil.tiol ) men giving perseverance up, awl( them up hurriedly, and handed them and the arrival at p por they would be rnarrlnf.' Butt

. My manliness: ha: drunk up tears, beautiful child had burned its image: on my borrowed from an acquaintance. I had taken sinking dO"l fen despondingly young after a few struggles muff to her The prespiration was rolling: t here again she was doomed lodi"!apT< i itnicnf.I .

And there's a mildew in the lapseOf heart. Six years of gay dissipation in the it from my pocket to spend it for drink ; somecircumstance : with tin world. Success is only obtained down my face in a trar, and putting ray I. Before the consummation of tile voyagedeath !
1 a few miserable yeara- of th Palais Bo did efface hand into toy cHat pwcket I pulled out m linen robbed her of her (
precincts >ac not that I cannot no,rt'cal mademe in any pirsuit f perseverance; ali the | ) i partner, and :tainllu' was
But nature book is even yet that aid often 1 ) cambric handkerchief, when out of fold thrown the l
1 image ; as lay upon a deep- more sober and rcflcclhu u .h best definition I have yet seen of the word is, upon wfrl.rh a reflation
With all my mother's lessons writ. less; couch,did think of my own little Creole I held the silver dollar in nu" band, my eyes "lake hold on, and never let go !"- dropped half a chicken .' In my fit of af trac. which never deserted her, he again returned

I have been out at eventide, in the far Southvest-of our last parting by inadvertently felulon the figure of the goddess \ hol,1. upon life with this genuine tion at the table: some wag had cnrcfiilly! rolled to her sea service, and |ierl(>rmetf several voyages 'Y

Beneath a moonlight! sky of spring. her father's oraigery: ; of the gentle pressure of as> thought the object perseverance will be sure of "lr,, ". And 'I it up in my handkerchief ami placed it in mypocker. we 'believe one to t ibe East Indies. In + ,

When earth was garnished like a IJr d('. the full eye, th flushed cheek, and the pout. suggested to my mind her whose image was he who does not possess it, will be pretty c*.r. [ Tho cause of my fair partner's con. [ the whole of ibis tim the St'crt of her sex is
And night had on her silver wine; ing lip that I vould have given the world to : still graven on m)" heart so deep] that all the tam not to succeed.I l fusion at the table was produced by thinking I was undiscovered by those with[ whom she asbociatcd. ,

When bursting bud and growing grass kiss ; and of a housand things that flitted like drink in the world could not wash it out. 1 1i have scon in my time a great many efforts had soon in her muJT the pound-cake. She Her uniform kinducss to all, all

And waters leaping to the light! sun-bcamsover'he' sea of memory. I thoughtof i fell in a train of reflections. I thought of the mad!( by poor yntm: men to elevatethemselves laughed heartily at my chicken, and we mutually j her readiness to perform the duties assigned
these, and I had : agreed to keep quiet about our extra her, won for her the will of all
And all that make the pulses pass bnged to return. change that come over mo ; the height above the condition ofjournoymen good \itb w bum
With wilder fleeting thronzed the night: ; With such a Ji |>osition during my absence from which I had fallen t ; the degraded situation mechanic, or of clerks in Pttr' Only a pickings. she was associated.

When all was beauty then have I, you may easily relieve that after my return 1 in which I then was But above all 1 few of these Flcclttll'.I, and they had' perseverance A SIM>. CXll.O.Whatc"cr I be At the expiration of KT last voyage, about
was not long it visiting!' the plantation of of her and the crossed \" may three weeks she arrived )in ibis city
With friends whom my love is flung:: thought question in) of the right sort. I will mention nsilzle the impression of a stranger in Mexico lo j ago undecided i t
Pierre Lasallc. I rushed through the parter.rethe mind whether I might not win her, having instLnce. a whether to return to her parents, or
Like myrrh on wings of Araby, the of the the week
gaiety city during days- '
old mal was on the piazza. He heard that she refused the French nobleman. Thomas Landis and James Wilson weresons continue her romantic wanderings. In ill S
Gazed where i is
evening's lamp hung. in be
up shook me warm)' by the hand. Where,' I seemed to m) then |paralyzed mind a desperate of pour mechanics, who could give them i though much in comparison favor of cities particular in Eurj may of I state she came inadvertently to the notice of f t
And when the beauteous spirit there shouted I, when is my little Marie '' Little(' resolve. But it is only when we fear hut the invest rudiments of an education.- many doubt that in her first lover, who,to her surprise{ called her ,
Flung over us its eolden chain, Marie !'repeatec he, laughing, and entering drowning that we strike desperately. As longas There were no public schools at the time, in equal and size-yet no and one diversions can and extent by name. f

My mothers voice came OL the air, the house! ; he nturned, not with the pretty" an object is within our reach, we take mal the city were they lived. At an early age Mexico variety) dissipations than The meeting was past description. It was ,
a Sunday, can more
Like the light diopjung of the rain ; child of ten jean that I was wont to gaze up. pains to keep it theme ; let us but lose it thcl they were apprenticed to the trade of ca linet- with the must festive of them. As the first time for four years l.rn
And resting; on some silver star on with boyish enotion but a lovely girl approaching comes the regret-the desire to win back making, and worked at it until they were. compete awake saluted with the recognized and called by H
The of bendt-d knee the ful) developomcnts of womanhood ask those who have fortune. soon as you you are her the incidents of .
spirit a again ; spent a each eighteen years of ago, with no thought sounds of military" music, in which the Mexicans gave supposed 1
I've poured a deep and fervent praytr ; still it was!Marie Louise. I }had never Such ambition has made the great ones of the beyond that of being journeymen cabinet ma. decided excellence. death \e\v-York.. I s it'
profess Kogi- ) '
That be, )before looked such loveliness. She was and such ambition took of : that their mutual
owr eternity on word, possession| kern, (it might be master workmen,) all their mcnts of soldiers, assembled in the Plaza $
To riM IB heaven like stars at night perfect In statute a goddess ; an angel in me, rendered acute by the very dilliculty of lives. But, about this time, something or ) arc and on this day they cx.hitit n*. The result of the matter is 1 renewal of .SI
And tread of t feature with that created love wherever the deed be dune. The dollar be Jo rc\"iewc former friendship and tile to
a living path light an eye to to sure, other awakened in the mind of each an ambition a neat : cleanly which is parties arc b 3'
its glances fell.) I need not tell you of had little to do with the reformation that fol. rise into one of the professions-that than be affirmed appearance to other. On marrie next week. The lady t-f reent : +
n QIE !L.JlM : =- -- .=-=--=-=---=1Izo -- loved ; doubted and feared ; for until this moment led to this reformation. I thrust it Landis had a very quick mind. But Wilson's l. fashionable day and rich of 8 the far the i I something of her former delicate beauty, after r+
The Last Dollar. it had never occurred to me that :Mariemight back into m) [pocket and rushed from the cafe. intellect was sluggish. The former first of the \ cty.the fair BOX I four years' hardship and exposure to almost
: in my absence have been wooed and I have never entered one since. l became dissatisfied, and imparted the contagion aid greater there' portion is here of : I very clime, is described to us as being very t ,a
a display beautyand
BY T. XAKXr KEID. won by another-and another was present. Francis, I have little more to t'l you. The to hK frilll which presented cannot fail to the I prepossessing, and retaining al her formercnlor rt
impr -ss
'Francis you still drink-it is a dangerous .\ certain Count D'Orville, a Fienehman means by which I recovered my propertywere At first l*.!t they could do was to attend el'galce service. I and afiection towards person for = '
practice.: was introduced to me. He seemed to be a perfectly simple. I was employed! in private evening lectures during the winter on most into the incpnsiblc.PJ11e street, where ever and anon,you the pass religious hone she forsook father, mother and home 1
Oh, merely a dash now. and thennothingmore. great favorite with Marie's maiden aunt. one week from the time, as clerk in a cotton anatomy and chemistry.and to study diligently I \Ve understood il is the intention of the '

.' But a few days passed before 1 found an op.portunity Jrker'l office, at a salary of $:'H 00 a >ear. I during every spare moment. A young.hvsieian procession with all the crosses parade your that path rich, dresses accompanied couple, the matrimonial knot is tied lo

'I say it is in these dashes and juleps that of conversing with Marie Louise Jrkcr had been a friend of un father. I. with whom they wore acquainted I and gold and silver church furniture rtur to her parents who are as yet i ignorant ,
the danger lies-they pass the hitter poison alone, for I visited the house of Pierre Lasalle I the amount of a debt (SlO.OdO I () olio rod them every facility his office afforded gilded images aflord. The houses, (too are dcc. d" her whereabouts and have since her diap .. t

over the palate that would eke hare been un daily. It was as I had wished and expected.She that an English merchant had' been owing to -such as 'books, preparation, etc. Landis orated,can the inhabitants exhibiting,from the |>oarnc from her home, supposed that she

tainted.' posed me. I beard the thrilling confes. my father's estate, and 1 short I IJ1.ca11 a advanced rapidly : 'but Wilson l only I made I balconies their most costly ornaments and Las committed suict, ,

'But, D:lnvillc, I have taken a glass so and sion in her sighs: ; I saw it in her looks and partner in the firm of my emplo)er. At this 1 {poor p progirsis at first. It co&t the f former littlellort dresses. All is bustle and animation. At a

so,these ten years, and here's the evil, I can blushes. Mark me, Francis I do not meanto lime cotton speculator's fortunes were often ,' to study-to the latter it was a hard task.Nevertheless corner of the great are huge placards, CEBTVIX CHARV. TER- .-Mon will iioen. 3"'i""
never become a drunkard.' say that wo had as yet made any formal made in a few months aUJ I was not very Wilson had perseverance, and on which the nature square of the day's amusementis I ergy who contrive to live by their \ .or the

'I tell you Francis, you do not know the avowal of our loves, but I deemed that day long in retrieving )lost property, and what a will not to be subdued by difficulties.He depicted in variety and color. Here lick of wit. are no uncommon cbarder .- : i
hold it has taken upon you.' that she showed me a plain partiality, and the was of more consequence', my reputation. rose in the morning an hour earlier is a illustration of,the most prominent They arc free to converse, and give their opinions 'r |

'How l''lobserved time was not distant when 1 should require the Jl!y a strange coincidence, my partner happened than his fellow apprentices, lo sludtfkhut attraction pictorial at the great theatre, which, in common I' on an subject without being asked, or
Francis, while the boat was taking confession from her lips. lo be the agent of Pierre Lasallo, and little recreation in the evening, aud was with all the rest, is opened twice on this will introucl}any topic of conversation, and I Iil
in how often went to the 'Time, like a sweet stream fringed withlovely circumstances more in his books I talk in regular business .
my cotton you once brought me contact frequently} |poring over long ate dav. A little l farther on, is a full length f figure ti midnight. Being no
bar.' flowers, glided smoothly past, and I was with the old man. As understood after they were sound asleep at night. When "Figaro, which draws attention to the they know all the gossip thai is afoaf. rand
'But they were old acquaintances no longer jealous even of the nobleman who war he had long watched m)" conduct, and I spring opened, after the first winterV application fascinating allurements your of the The will lel you about your nci MNr & af t
clerk and ca.ptain-I have not seen them for still continued to visit the mansion of La&allc. time he invited me to visit him at his he was quite as far adaucrd as his bull fights next solicit your notice opera., announcingthe fain and your own, if necessary. It is amusing .
several months.' During my stay in Paris, among other evil hotel. You may imagine m) shame at '' friend Lndis. The latter had done, very most terrific Nor are the to see what airs they put ODe and hearwitb j
'Ah, Francis,do not deceive me ; there was practices 1 had acquired the habit of indulg. myself oucc more in the [presence of his I well, had made as hoes! UM of his minor theatres behind particulars.hand in presenting their what earnestness they speak of the latest .

tbaUin your manner that reminded me of my ing in drink. It was a college acquaintance daughter ; but you cannot tell the deep and! time as the other, he would have dune much attractions.: Endless varieties of other exhibitions news that is stirring, the last failure or ,
own downward career.' that first led me into this evil and it had grown thrilliug joy I felt at discovering that I w as forjTj better. .forth their A balloon ascension marriage-family quarrel or knock down- 31
X 'Your downward career I'! upon me. The sweetened liquors and fancy 'en-nay mor', that "li still 10n'l me1!- A good many difficulties and discouraging put i is advertised ca the afternoon. One the conduct of ibis man and thai womaninfact

I had known my friend for about fire years, drinks that the restaurteurs of the French capi. Heaven once more f'cllel to filt' upon me, I circumstances presented themselves during would too, that the Roman glaJiato- every thing that iA :going on in the shop
had made his acquaintance under peculiar circumstances tal know so well how to prepare, had createdan and I was happy This is the dollar.' the second year. The master of thc two lads, rial shows suppose were revived, fur at one spectacleis or kitchen, in the yard or garret, everywhereand

in the city of New Orleans, where appetite for the other stimulants, and I had D:lnvillc drew a silver dollar from hU. or young men, a they now were, objected' to i a contest between a man and a bear.- anywhere.
he was represented to me as one of the most acquired the habit brandy drinking,although pocket, and held it forthA small white hand the course they were pursuing on the ground Cock fights, dog fights, and fandangoes are There is no denying the truth-there are
enterprising and wealthy planters on the river only in small quantities as you drink now. was laid upon his shoulder, and a soft liquid that it diverted their minds from their work. announced in every part of the city. Horse. such men in our midst-and they require not

and where I always knew him as a strict Pierre Lasalle, above all otherthings on earth, voice pronounced Henri !! Turning we beheld Landis was fretted at this, but Wilson did not racing, the circus,,jugglars, potu to be pointed out or labelled to he designalf. j
ly temperate man-and what he could have dreaded a drinker. His t father bad died from Marie Louise! appear much troubled about it. The ardor of tumblers, fire-eaters, concerts, fencing c.materl matches You meet them at e'"erT corner, at every fti

meant by his downward career, I could not the effects of drink. the former was cooled. But the latter sal up ,pigonn mnaslic exercises,country lounging shop ; if there were others growing i
gjess; for fire yean at least it had been an Returning from Iberville one evening, I FArrriors EXKRAVIXC. is said that the later and rote earlier, and "by this II'au studied excursions: 8hoin,balls graduated to every pocket up to take their places the sooner such dull '
his house. I had passed it Americans are a grave people, and we have hours before and without are cbaraclers in the ,
upward one. He was now worth half a million stopped at ncr as many as form but a fraction of the cntcrtaiumcuis to heavy pr.inf were grave
; I had beard, moreover, that this was since my return without stopping, and I could noticed that in large assemblages they are so. acting BO much of his masters attention.- which this day is devoted. In the afternoon better b for the industrious and intelligent 4 S''
the plantation upon which he was born, and not on this occasion. I had met a number of Let the causes of their meeting be ever so joy This course, st steadily persevered in, placed} the public promnados are thronged, and the ; for sure they are but dead encumbrances ?s

that in fact be came into the world the proprietor my early companions in Iberville, and during ous, there is badness and seriousness in their him, by the next w (lte r, in advance of I .mdis.In long array of equipages, with the rich and gay on the public, and their dull looks and
of 8150,000. the day we had drank much wine around the features that certainly do not indicate us to lie I three years he graduatedvitli much credit dresses i>f the senoras, is calculated! to long faces arc enough to cast a chill over the flI

'Step forward to the front of the piazza,' billiard table. I was somewhat intoxicated a merry nation. But many a dry remark to himself; having by o\r.wu1 yarned un iniNsing[ impression of the wealth and convey luxury whole community, to say nothing of their dolorous .
but much to that the old springs spontaneously, which is i irresistibly to lake two or of the words benever! attempt to give utterance
said D'Anvillc, apparently 1 without heeding not so :: as not jieroeive money elou1 of that city. In the evening, lhe theatre they
rny surprise.We man received me rather uncoirrtcously. Stung droll, and withal! i>o germane lo the matter, I Profffc" I (t!each season.In presents spectacle, which probably} fl.'wr theatres to their lazy thoughts.-1'ortlan:
sat in the verandah of a beautiful man. with his harsh treatment I did not visit his that a smile is irresistible on the part of the I a neighboring' city, Wilson now oceuI in the: world can parallel. The beauty, I Hulfclin.WORKING.
walked forwardto house for several days, and then only under Jstelcr.Ve occasionally m-rt with char. ies distinguished position in the medical 1
sion. I arose,a! desired,and I a elegance: wealth and luxury)" of Mexico beets
the bamboo railing of the high piazza. the influence of brandy. My desire to sec ,which,. give a greater insight profession. In tIle same. city resides Landis concent rated into one brilliant f*>cus. anN siiortu s'rn'J POLITHI --*.
Well..' Louise overcome my prudence, and my nice into the peculiar I Iraittt of our cnuutrJlel c journeyman cabild nuilir. At the earl of The finale of the day is generally wound up -I I resjtoclfully! ruuiisel ihcx-r whom I ad.tres
'Cast your eyes over the plantation.' sense of honor was blunted by intoxication. I than whole volume of foreign tourists, or domestic the second year he In-came discouraged; al1a'.c by a splendid display of fireworks. and lima (the woikiiig: f1 nf America,) to take i ia
sketchers, who seem to wander throughthe of medicine in ,ir. Ho in the politics of their' count I conn
I looked abroad over the tops of orange can scarcely tell what passed upon the occa up the study desje concludes a Mexican Sunday and no oilier part rv.
trees. To the right as far as be eye could! sion. My conduct however, was gross. I country}to expose its humorous peculiarities had the ability to occupy, and should) Lave occupied part of the work! probably } a Sunday so sol you to lalnir for a clear understanding! of
take in, fields of sugar-cane were waving their demanded, in angry words, an explanation of to fun into artifice, alI! native humor a far higher position titan ,rilsol, but pent-not even in Italy. the.subjects which agitate the c mmuniiv, !lu
golden plumes in the sun ; on the other side, his former treatment, and I endeavored to into malevolence ali ill-iiatuif, but who ho lacked one of the canlinal virtues-pcrsctirancc make them your study, instead of wasting
but only succeed in rxpo>ing iheiriM-lvos. The .and content to fill a place designed leisure in vague, passionate talk about 1''
broad flats of rice, in full bloom, heated to seize Louise in my arms, was preventedby was TAKE CARE TII.VT YOVK STOCK is NOT EXPOSED. : your
and fro under alight summer wind, and glistened the interference of the French nobleman, subjoined"extract is entitled Slander by Insinuation for one of a humbler capacity. Liflwg, the celebrated (icrmaii chemist them. The time thrown away by the miss of )
liked a sea silver. In the rear, fieldsof who at the same time received a blow fromme which one of our caricaturists Hut success in life does not depend on perseverance asserts thai our clothing i i.lo I considered i. the l people on the rumors of the day, might, if t

cotton and green maize, and patches of that felled him to the earth. A duel was Las appropriated, and wi boon be alone. Perseverance is a good in the light of an equivalent for)a certain better spent, give them a. oo acquaintance
published. united sound and with the constitution, laws, history, and interests .
and melons ttrctphed smiling and the consequence.rrhe Frenchman was wounded (quality when to a judgment of food." In whore
yams away amount
.A clown walked up leisurely to the small If do not choose al.iluation' of their and thus establish thorn
least but a far deeper wound given to me clear a man country
sunny, and in the distant background at \a perceptions. the is kept warm and by thc
who furnish
three miles from the village, rose the dark outline by the contents of a note which I received from stall of one of those slal trader wisely course in life, his perseverance will protection b of suitable ; the demand in those great principles by which particular
vittles garments
Louise. I need tell all that this note canal tourists of IU means with be likely to do him more harm than good- measures are to be determined. In proportion .
of the cypress woods, grand and gloomy, no J'O the latter the for food!. in order to sustain the natural functions '
It contained it forbade me further acquain. and drink, and just as was on Few, combine the qualities esocnti3.1to as the tul improve themselves,
and resembling some vast mountain sierra. ; any very f.w of the system, will lie lest than the pro. pnpl.
point of vending a large lot of sausages to a to determine a right will the tools of designing
ability they
From that moment I became regard success-
was a scene rich and Gradient with pleasureand tace. which last tection is scanty, or but adapted to subserve {
prosperity and here evidence of princely less of thing ; and a report that Marie hungry looking trae1'r, were to course, with the prernce to walk steadilyin for which i is designed. Now poliicians. 'rheirintclllrgeneenotthcirppas-! ,
; evcl. to married to the Count, him until his Buffalo, thin former it-and this U why, out of the Ibp purpose jealousies, wil b addressed 1 by
with less force
wealth the b observation
of this applies no to
on proprietor.I w
part miseryand hastened the events looking suspiciously at the article and addressing who make the effort, so few attatn those who seek their "ot"'I. They will exercise j
could count at least( three hundred laborers my many the domestic than to
management animal
the seller, said : business eminencein nominal but a real influence on tho
the or not
late in
at work in the fields,dressed in their broad I am about to relae. It was now to to ?" pursuits the management of ourselves cbidrc.- : of the andat
Them arc good sasscngers and destinies
palmetto hats and sky blue jackets, while apologize-to prme reformation. I flungmyself good i ignorant the professions. A cow, forced to stand exposed to Ihewlather government will forward ctn'.r I
boat and in few "Yes they are l you the same time tbtr.own
nearly an equal number of women and children on a passing a ramus. You would us'nI'rg like to keep me 'from An ingenious mechanic, in Prussia,desiring in inclement seasons, to repose on tho cold in truth and .-Dr. Channutg.An .
world their huts was in the city of New Orleans. New arrested and ta. or in a barn or hovel, where the piercing growth
were seen at among or hour belling 'em, if you could fix that way, I to emigrate to America, was ground,
and wicked i r
Kited under the shade
grew around. The waters of the Missittippi and presented amO as gay a field of dissipa. No I would'nt," responded the loafer,4( Iduu't My good fellow, what shall be done to induce a larger amount of food than one carefully of exchange the market paper, has, the an cillosvpng'o :- ,
state .
rolled past within a couple of hundred lion as Paris know about them sasactigcrft >"0 to remainia Prussia 1" f provided for and sheltered, with a.c. : behind-but-
yards from where I sto d,offering a high road 61 was not long in finding a drain for my re. they nothing 'tllc3.1| good sasscngers f for Make Prussia what America is," wo the fortablc stall and bod. The difference in the (Pi"s taisTei have were rhe la\en a turn ro

f rthiswperfduouluxuliaace to the utaikeU iourc**. Night after night ww me sleeping aught I ;know ; may! don't they 'll'"' gwodsas" icplv. He was permitted to emigrate. ani'-'unt of f fixxl consumed by animals treated we crc y .
{ the world. It was 3 !gloving scene and upon a drunken couch I r1uuc into ;am. 1a ta


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tke .Wr. (leant PitayuneIliST; ttfin wife him in ignorance The fact is he would not look tour Florida Conference. T Oregon Qato
kovn | was enough to kuppoit a prudent FLORIDIAN
been furnished the
We have not proceedingsof
(j cNEL .\ .\. xihn. l li.\ a well regulated economy, had raper,and was therefore ignorant He The follovdfig extracts on the subject o the Ore.
pro- deeds shouldbe the Florida Conference. bat make the Mowing will be read-with mtere.t
-- ---- -- - would not come to the light, I lest his gun
A brief notice of :nugu'ar! incident in A.rista' ted) .1 flrUIt in herv.'lfi and had saved a snug -- --- -- ----- from communication published in the Sentinel Tel exhibit le
hvlhutime, extract a of the
'LET us ALOE. reproved He isoldenoughrtoknow reasons w by our government should
histon, niiy' furnivh the American .'iin in money for her once careless husband. have pi r.
last week
--- -- --- we think that his friends, for political infer The list of appointments we gave sued the course they hare, and ,f
reader some grounds for an opinion as to the A wife to din'c a man towards a proper ambition WhiJ correct> is
128 184ft.r Four Preachers, to wit.-Thomas Taylor, John go
Saturday, February old to the often
He is too cause why of
nation,are not to relied Gret Bnttm.
he said
effect of the ported new revolution in and genteel economy, "was --- h upn. through ifr
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: --- --- -- Franklin
Jexi. W. Carlton J Arnoxr.and Stewart
-- -- ---- George
the i*" like a timely succor at sea, to him from -. reform, we are certain but we he might occasionally Pacenham. have been 1 lightly Considered
co, upon ues povv pending 8'.C : <'n in town or country, who have SHRUB admitted on trial John J. Taylor MahlonBedell
country and the United tate. d'cncral (J.tIruclio on a perilous \'uJagt.-Botol {of any kind to spare from their grounds sil1 keep out of scrapes, if he would pay some were and John Jerry were From the Jew York Earning Post

Arista has I bflen the 7V little heed to the sound advice and doctrines promulgated L readmite.Franci With regard to Mr. Buchanan' refusal
: long a leading mm in me.? confer a favor by sending- it to the Capito- SluJe, A. Johrson, Alexander Graham, David proposition to refer the of tire

Northern departments of f Mexico. He has Now is the time to begin to pant! trees in or inf.rminMr.. BFMI the Comptroller, where il I through the_Democratic press. L. White!and Seaborn G. Childs were received into strikes us that any one who dispute consider to*arbitrator the ration, it

resided in the United Slater, is well educated, the trt'tts. Even man who ha benevoVnoi may b sent for. The citizens having eigagrd I 0 More Indian Depredations.We full connection with the map of Oreg.n before him, most see that it
understands the English language pcrhttly, and a foot of land for which he has noU improve the square, by private sub3ririon. any learn from the Pensacola Gazette. of the 'our- N. R. Fleming, J. N. Minor, T. C. Inning and the is a side proposition of the in which all the advantage lie on

and his a better comprehension of both Men ., should put into it the shoot of a tree. It such favors will b thankfully rftive. teenth instant, that on the Saturday previous, c as A. Peeler were located which the arbitrators could ovmmet.come would No decision f.>
and rican nfT-tir than (General)
C.11 \U *, any r and contributeessentially a party of three men were hunting about ten mile Numbers in Society-Whites, Colored, I elude the British from a the wholl
to 3.5SI. port
beautify thecity,
for TJlaha
The first ( meeting sc o Pik.
ulio Ins headed a in >fexico.He \i fU'C 59- Quarterly i if the Ye
jet rehdliol
from East Bay of Escambia Bay some fifteen utfermust inch of Oregon .
an arm
to the to its comfort and health. Dr. tation. will be held on Saturday and SmJav next, 2,31' ; total &.'31 ; decrease. 613. the British have still to 1s.
wak4entIy poed the
annxtionof Uatns.iv the historian in allusion to trees miles from tint place, they were fired upou by Bishop Andrew preached an ordination sermon on waters and lolrtf about
says March. Fort
Tesas, but for reasons different the 7th and "th of Simpson, where the vast of British
forn thoM tint altogether so poinjKxislv annnunced the .next best practical mitigator ((10 fresh Indians We regret to learn that one of the party Sabbath morning, Rev. Gco Lane. of New York America stretches down to the Pacific territory, between Oregon

1 hi hlKt'n running water,) of heat and corrector of foul The Apportionment Bill a arU a Mr. Pitts,, was instantaneously killed! and his in the afternoon, and Rev. J. L. Saunders of the and the Russian domain. Jf,again,they should

: hj I predecessor lie110 m conceited revolutionary the air, trees planted in alt the streets that can The S. .\uzustmi Herald, in reply to oirarticlon brother severely wounded The other, Mr ilcox, Alabama Conference in the evening At t the meetingof .' !impl ratify the line of cmrromig ottr by out

on'crprtscs. I1 admit them. They arc the coolers given to the -ulijoct the Apportionment lull. till clulxls \- received iio injury, and mcompanv with the wounded the Conference Missionary Society on Saturday government still to the thf would
idea of nlin confederacy out of c. poss north of the fortv-nmth mnlti.
the States(of I'anrvnlpiis] : CVihmla, Lew Lej i: us I) nature. In addition to their refreshingshade ClniJ'rdII. feelin4 of discontent all ar- man succeeded! in escaping 4s soon as infelli evening, the amount of $150 contributed to aid lodes of narbors, carving the coast dee.derpestna-

on, Chihuahua, S.HIOTA, te., &c. \ main j. they imbibe the poisonous material cu-ioiiof a desire to excite !sectional prjmlice, gence of the murder reached Cot Crane, commanding the caw of Missions, within the bounds of the rica and long pninnl. fitted fw- the rearing of a

\ the air. The) fin the earth b) when, if we know ourselves, we have cvesy wih tauud the fortifications in this:harbor, he despatched a Florida Conference rte ol sam the claim of Great Britain
"flint Ilica'itille
fratun pUil was, I.) bung Texas into should
1" of their leaves. Instead in article remark detachment of under the command of Lieutenant b aloe by the arbitrators down to the
did men
the ( vibratory motion Ihem..c it i' true, our Rev S. P. Richardson and A. J. Deavors were
m'\\ confederacy. l'gutiatiol"tre ; moth Columbia a river or even half
gun wMi a number of :Texas citizens who obstructing the free circulation of the air, in conclusion, that .ve regretted eiceedm.! !) Donald-ion, up Santa Rosa Sound, to endeavor to cut appointed a committee to report resolutions to the that and the fortv-nmth parallel way Amen

Mere invited to take a part the ed they increase a light breeze by creating an '0 'am excitement upon the sectional divisions of off this body of roving Indiana, who are thus committing Conference in reference to the action of the Louis can colonies are cut off from the Ilh of the
revolution. under that propo under current on the suiface of the earth, the Slate We did this nncerelv \\ judgtd depredations upon unoffending citizens.- ville Convention on the subject of the division of Pacific; not a harbor is given us worthy the name
a gui rarity they \\ouldj for the shelter of a cock-boat, and the
be allowed their just influence in the administration where it is wanted." from the remarks in the II.rald. coin|.lairing that We ft l'c confident that Lieut. D will give a good account the Church. They reported the following which trade between this country and the waters of f\tv I

ofaffiir, Jt was through Texas thai i TIIF I'm Rtm.r.-Our Nay Yardis injustice had been done the Ka>t, and from he com of the Indians, should he come across them. were adQpte and ordered to be -printed: Asia i:passed over to the"British. I

\rista Loped llod recruits from the United i OF plaints raised "against the !Middle that this at 1t3tm'I.1 We have not vet heard of the return of the troops" Re.olmJ. 1st That we heartily approve the en- A consequence s important should not be left to
beautiful l the
States to the revolutionary a run. A force becoming more as Spring ap b the result of uch remarks,be the ntentionof The same paper of the 21st sates that the de- !I acion the late Louisville Convention m declaring the chance of a arbitration Our title to Oregon, 1
: whatever it may be-be it even weak the
proaches. Southern Conference erected into distinct as Brit
of American I the writer what it might We refer to tie article tichment of troops under Lieut. Donaldson had re-1 a a
composed in part : cilizns he 1 1'J e fine t-hide trees and great variety of and separate Ecclesiastical Convention from ish diplomatists prttend-is yet sufficient to entitle
felt sure, wou'd'! enable! him to establish the foliage! planted and cultivated b} the present again. Tht Ik-raid remark!, a:follows : Itrf, without finding anv trace of the Indians the Norhern'Conferenct. us to a port on the Pacific No disposition of the

new sovereignty as he ' 'had occasion to'',I Commandant simultaneously I The Middle Mnridas have adopted Sir Robert Tins attack i! evidence of the continued hostility Ruo/fld.2J. we all our Preachers question can nghttolly be made by our governmentwhich

know the difference! bitueen such tro : eltCpriin; are Peel nolmn' that \Political morality M natter of of the Indians, and omenous of the commencementof and people to reommen patronize the Book shall not give ns this advantage; no arrangement -
donning their refreshing colored that the lawS of right latif should hare the consent of
con'ring geouraphv ; depend upon Concern at New York long as the Agents governm-jjt,
lazzaroni rabble. from which Mexican le- ,native green, and sweetest fower n.K. and; are! that in h'lonila lAry art attogether what we may anticipate from our old enemy now our annual dividends ,0 u which can, by any possibility, draw after it the

ties are made. '! I If annexation of Texas : budding out and blossoming. .ii'fndcil in fever If the Middle" residing in the Suth. b)permission of the Government Retolfed, 3d That in future all our of that advantage. Ye, this t. the very qU r

completely? defeated 1 the enterprise. Since 4y.But the beauty of this naval establishment .If an office i* asked for al Eastern We have the opinions!of many of our citi- as a Conference be conducted under proeing,I which the British minister desires us to leave to the
that crowning man, we are told, the East if to rains whose title of the Florida Annual Conference of'the ME. opinion of arbiters. With what face could Mr.Polk's .
eventehae heard little uf his )e-J that it forms a harbor of refugefor zero, opporlunilie of information are of the
is, administration present to the nation the decision
these extract made the remark Church South
incuts, in the of minor?, which I was upon we rx-sl kind and who state that the number of warriors
except wax innumerable feathered songster The Retolred, 4th That we the holding of of a board of arbitrators, giving to Britain the
did sectional And'H'' did approve
hate from tune to lime. reached the! United enclosure it their sanctuary, in which no we urn tirilion6 so in. areentirelv underrated by the oflicensoftire army in our first General Conference South, the firs: day of whole control of the Pacific coast, the entire commerce .

States, in rcgarJ l to militin. operations in ; sportsman, with his double barrel, is allowed all deprecating; as we do any sectional diviions I command in Florida That the Indians are very May next, and that we proceed to elect Delegates to China and the whole foreign trade.both

JMciico, until his /et'er 1 of :.!! Dec. 'last, in ; to annihilate their little lives. Doves are in our new and rising State. Ue sho"e : careless m observing the limits allotted to them,and attend the same upon the ratio of rep-esentation re export sad import, of our western possessions >"

the revolution whichis we think most conclusively, that although particular commende by the Convention Pro the tame.
opposition are and
and prowling
Paredes tripping around like chicken robins so frtupnHy f.und hunting abut th. That
leforc counties have and 4hers received R"'olf we instruct our Delegates to .The first emotion of those who
now us. x tarn that they fly nearone's head, while the may suf'no many miles bevond. The largt amount of emira- the General Conference support reasonable or are informed that
Get- .Yn.'a, if o!iriccounts \ of .n.I' more than their share in the (ditribuli of represertatues tion in the an offer to settle the Oregon question by arbitrationhas
lyn arc covering the : vicmilv of the reservation, and the de- equitable plan for continuing the connection of the
red.wmgcd hlack.Lir's been rejected, and that the door of from
acola should true, has: taken ; \ that a a ,\hole, b<.th the Kastern and Church South with the Book Concert at New York. escape
arms fenceless situation
provo } up ground and the trees. I .t : of the settlers, will, in case of an the infinite nuisance of war is closed, will be, in
in uvoroi iienen S iiovernrnent. The mlete :: blue-ja\s, brown thrushes n.ter section had a much! larger representation outbreak in the South, lead to the most disastrous Rt.olrtd. fth. If such connection cannot be con- trust. cases, surprise and regret
tinned that
Ioking.hirds their efforts for the establishment
'I> sJcec.s of Pareds not have been j: in proportion t3 population th.1 the Middle That the they use .But a closer examination of the question -
may to perhaps
retard there
and larks keep up the song, while the consequences people, and greatly of a Book Concern at some eligible point in wi
known to him. The feeble resistance ofIlerren '! fel join in the chorus, and scarcelc'er do the Middle, with a population of 22.i'V7, had six > enf rapid settlement of that section of our new South or South-West. th lead to which a different it is proposed leave to arbitration the.

while in possession of the Go"er.ment they venture beyond the boundaries of the Senators, and fifteen }Representatives, while the re- Mate The authorities here and at Washington The following resolution was adapted and order subject?mater Oregon territory extending 12 =,

to the of the revolutionists maindtr of the Mate, with a population of 31lul, should ed to be published in the papers of Tallahassee: from12 to 5-13 divided
progress Yard, so well have they learned to compre- look to this matter in time to prevent further Resolved That all the members and of : 4O., is by the Columbia

would scarcely)' indicate that he is a tit person } hend the explosion ofa percussion cap, which has thirteen s'natur., and ticenty fair Representatives bloodshed and difficultv. We have no doubt that the Florida Annual Conference nake efforts preachers upon leIs river, empt)ing into. Pacific between the paa.
of and 47 To the
to rill or support .a counter refutation. If; puts a finis to the existence of those withoutthe More than double the number of Senator, there are Indians sufficient in present, to all their circuits and stations to secire lots and build this, England II has never alleged country lying serious 1ulh claim

Arista knew this there would he room to : \vall<.-Pensacola Democrat.Los'i and nearly J'wthe number of Rqiresentativcs. give us great trouble, if there should b a outbreak pansonagesandfurnish. them with ommon furniture Between four and five degrees of the any,diute tern-

doubt if the present enterprise maj not he un with less than one thud raise population from any cause whatever A.S. P.J. ICH.\RDS: tory, therefore may be considered a confessedly

dertaken with the purpose establishing the : n\ Sripwgntx.-'I'hc Sailor's Ala.gazme Take again the population of St. Johns, Orange VOR.The ours. But these are worthless for commercial purposes -

Northern Conf..dlomc. the erection of which I contains some interesting statistics m and St. Lucia, in contrast with some of the other and Important from Europe. first Friday in May and Sejtember, were or- The coast is a ion bun shore, without a

Lc has had so much at heart. I relation to bhipwrecks and loss of life. It counties-I>? 1 for instance. On reference we find This morning's mail brings us news of the arrival def ll days of fasting and prav erfor the proprity single we have port no In single retaining tht of maritime therefore,
I or
We hate no sufficient i for predicting : that between the months of Decem. (f the Steamer Cambria at Boston, with dates a of the Church place ingress
grounds vtates the latter, with! a population of 1.I3"! ith one Senator egress The real controversy reltt_to the seven
the is uc of this resolution but should month later The intelligence is of an important Resolutions of thanks were umumou ly adopted south of M Ofthiscoua
; her, 1311, and November, 1843, inclusive, and four while tie first three degrees remaining -0m. -
.\n!ta% ail extend beyond the formation of. and I embraces the ships England, United counties, HeirentatiH'a population of less thanSOJ", has haracter, andmu have a salutary effect in this for the hospitality extended by th citizens of Mon- try England and the United States each claim the

n northern} confi'deracf, he will, if he succeeds States and Normandie to have been ountrv No war is now apprehndl between Eng- ticello, and to the Presbyterian Coigregation f.'r the whole Its internal advantages are inyohe in
j supposed one Senator and three [ True, St. doubt but it is admitted to adapted .
the revolution Rl'prl'nt.&in's and and the State, and there but little use of their Church during SabbJh ; b aminbl,
establishing I
into .
li go power I login the gale of the llth and l'2th December John ha the large fraction of 100 I. u in presented Cnill to commercial objeu. The is a broken
with a better knowledge of.\mencan affairs d that the differences about Oregon, will be inlets
111in which about 262 souls perishe. Leon has a still one of 11 ?, likewise uL one, abounding in islands, and ports
-Ytt lager
and a better appieciation? of \m'TI<-an charac. 36 31 I speedily! adjlte. Auxiliary Tract S clety.A .We have repeatedly proposed todivide the country
Ships, ; barques, ; brigs, ; 8hrs. unn.prest.nted Leon not complain\VakuIla,
tcr. In his the Paredes dO Parliament met on the 2 2d of January and by the 4Jth parallel-this offer England, for
t ,
protest agiiii'> reto- Ill ; sloops, 9 ; tea steamerotal, 272. was meeting was held at the M EThurch Wednesday -
lution, he di&ti/JtIJ asserts that the ground The above embraces the following English regret, that M. Johns represented, we opened by' the Queen in person In her speech to evening last for the purp f forming a Auxiliary of thislmedepnvts us of every port on the Pacific-

taken )by that chieftain wit : "that Henera : vessels : Ship, 5 ; barques, 13 ; bugs, 13 ; are think that in bUr comparison with he Lords and Commons alluding to the Cnite Tract Society, upon unon plan, at which gives us a territory without a single harbor,port, or

did not ,prosecute the war for the recovery. of; schooners 21 ; sloops, 1 ; steamer, 1 total, di'fJl'lll main Mates, this language i!held : au interesting statement was mule by a gentleman, roadstead, and yet it is this absolute refusal of ports
ohter Counties, she has right fitd fault
no to
Texas, was insufficient the President .I regret that the conflicting claims of Great Britain that England calls offer, when she suggests to us the
as was : 59. Of all othEr nations 45-total, 104. who has been in the service of fie parent society asa
In reference to the Con"titution, it p ovides that and the United States in of the Columbia river as the dividing line Equally unfairis
\honcstly anxious to do so, but the means of i The number of lives ascertained to be lost respect territory Colporteur of his operations in of the
) each county' shall have one Representative will on the North Western Coast of America although portions her last proposed division by the Columbia, with
cro! mg the Iln rande with an army could : m the a 10.12. Many vessels are yet I they have been made the subject of repeated Ester part of our State. Th destitution of the the addition of a headland completely cut off from
be recollected that since hat nego-
t constitution w as adopted
not be commanded. He must, therefore, seethe tnt"sinfr, a of wrecks have been fisSion, still remain unsettled You may b assured people in many sections, a stated by him, in regard the rest of our possessions, and of certain free ports.
the East his added three lo her number of counties, What avails headland from our own territory
the with a separated
that effort consistent national
Iutilityokeepiig country m perpetualbroil at of which fear no shall be to books of
passed sea, 10 many we any description, wis almost incredible >
the Middle the West This. decide by a hundred miles of British Oregon Of
and be ; one one. a wanting on my part to bring this question to an
it maj inferred will have to be added to the early He stated that he
melancholy cat- supplied with whole.
have heard and man/ good, what use are ports "free" only at the pleasure of
that hi wilI terminate this I ) advantage, although we no objection in peacefullermination"
ncdnts' alogue. some reading, and urged he the importance Great Britain '

Robert Peel in meeting
the Middle \\ reply to questions
or c t propounded
and cnd BhUion. is he 0 In word have divide the
true in
I spoke of a ,we proposed to country -
war with the United States ; f but this all under the new constitution of that State, met the Legislature the other as nearly a question, and used the following language in retard in our immediate vicinity may not suffer surface nearly equal, and giving to Great Britain almost -

.Mexican! politician4 have to do, who to '( at New Orleans on the 9th inst. Amongstthe possible according to ppultion. To have reduced to the proposition of President Polk, to divide for the want of the bread of life. all the ports. Great Britain has never mad*
aspire which would available
A constitution was and after discussion any proposition give as a single
the dignity popular leaders 'j mos important business to be brought before the ratio would have made 10 large a Legislature the territory by the 4'th parallel,and its rejection by presented, some port
anti amendment
it, is the reorganization of the State Ju. We will merely remark in conclusion that we think :Ir Pakenham : was adopted, and sine '4 Is this reasonable P Is it just Is it friendly "

.fio/4e; Corjiut Cttrutt Caztllt, trt.f, i diciary. is also required to select a new the Herald, on reference to its first article on this sub.jert .On the subject of the Oregon territory, I have by many present A Board of Managers, composed The Oregon question to-day is of little moment-

TUPKM oj Ocutr.TIoN.-We understand I 10 state that a proposal w as made by Mr. Buchana of nn. wan then elected, as follows : D. JNO half a century hence,the enterprising population employed -
seat of government, which, according to the will h obliged to admit, that we were certainly B
with the of the President of the the Pacific will look back
authority the United TAYLOR, President, Rev. Mr BUELL, Secretary, in commerce of
that have last .
at arrived for
orcr I revised constitution, cannot be located within wrante in presuming that his complaint against States, to Mr P.kenham. and the proposal so made JAMES KIRKSET with amazement at toe men who, in 115, pronounced
breaking up Encampment of the \nnj : Mil miles of the city ofNew Orleans. the Middle, were highly tinctured with sectional uzeested a division of the ternton Whether or Treasurer, Rev. Mr. NEAL Rev. the controversy one of no consequence, and m

frOcupalin" bet e, and its removal to the i': ) feeling not that proposal ought to have been accfptf I cant E L. T. BLAKE Rev. G. C. S. JoHNsoN and J. B its discussion utterly overlooked the question of the

Rio Grande. Parties have been tent out, to SwLLOVIM Plx8.-A young lady nearly! say Mr Pakenham thought the BILL. harbors of the country

I. turvey the route trout the head of Padre Is-! ; feel himselfarrantedin transmitting tire is to be left to arbitration The matter, and the
and, at the Corpus Christi pass, down the 1 six pins which she carelessly put in her j'l.lice.' We have twice requested sat lot to the government at home; and on signifying proll- from the various:Christian denominations in only matter, to be left to the proposed board is.

west ice of the Island, opposite[ Point hahel! mouth. Five? were ejected. The sixth was him to publish the official rturf now on file in the this to Mr. Buchanan, the Utter immediately stated eur city, as well 3 from the citizens, generally, is whether the United States shall hate any parts on

I near the Brasses d j Satiago-and allp tht fixed firmly! about two inches above the upper ofli'-e of Secretary of Mate This he neglects do, that the proposal was withdrawn Ti i the stateof most admirably calculated to do good, by distributing the Pacific ocean-not ham many, but tcAether any

route on tbe main land from twenty to thirty I orifice of the stomach. Her life was saved by because the were not before Congress when the vote the negotiations at present,so far a am informed through th Colprteur. such reading a will Draw the line where you will, Great Britain must
I, respecting the submitted by Mr. Buch. be left with beautiful and abundant harbors Draw
miles west of the Laguna del Madre, termi-t! the physician pushing it into the stomach b) a was taken upon the conte"lo seat But we ask,
nating at Point I!:ihcl. From all we can sponge find on a whale bone. will he deny that they IN"l not before the Committed I have the highest opinion of Mr. Pakenham I supply the now destitute with many of the valuableand States are left without one

'learn, Point I'abel) i* the destination of the I Has he not admitted that Mr. B., had a mi ha\'t the greatest respect fo his talents,and the greatest wholesome publications of the American Tract Is this a question to be left to arbitration .'-an

S ** Army of Occupation." What they are to Majors Chase and Ogden and Captain Bar- I joritv. when the ote was taken, and will he contendthe I confidence in his judgment, jet I must say that i Soiely. The Colporteur is a man of good character arbitration which, go as it may will go in favor ot
I would have been better had he England, and which result
nard of the U. S. that may most adversely to
do there, anJ the object of their going, arc to j Engineer corp, arrived at votes yet to come in, even had they all been in' to tire home Government for their consideration proposal ,selected by either the parent or a branch of thesociety the United States To offer such an arbitration,

u> a profound nmterj. One certain Corpus Christi on the 10th. They were pre. favor of his condidjte, would have charged the ma and if found in itself unsatisfactory it might at a very moderate compensation, (iM;),) after a whole generation spent in a steady refusal of

-if the United Slates arc about to occupy the I paring to make a survey of the coat and har. joritv The Sentinel knowing that it would not, possibly have formed the foundation for a furlherprpnsal whose business is to visit such portions of the country our reasonable offers, is surely little in accordance
bors Texas on the Gulf.OREGON (Hear) Since that period (this with what Mr Pakenham calls a friendly inten
cast bank of: the Rio Grande, and hare an'desire contents himself with,cavilling at Congress refusing country a the Board of Manaer may direct, observe tion" "
ha. repeated to the United States their offer of or a holy purpose
: to make that occupation a Permanent publish the whole i eturns, and by numer. the condition of the people, distribute books according
opinions on peace and tear.- making referring the matter to arbitration,but no answer has Even the New York Tribune"
one, they must send there a much stronger I Ue-.ll informe men here do not believe in the proliability ous suppositions, as to what might the re vet been rei'e to the proposal so made" to their nesitit. and make report to the s supports, as far

foe than the one now here. They shoulc ( third American war. They think suit, if things had been otherwise MrCabell In short the war clouds gathered in this countr* ciety. I will b readily percei'e that n better as it can, the course of the administration, as follows,
,whatever the United have to fear wouldbe Surp The House, therefore, responds to the
may heartily
that in from the
not forget, twenty days time 'from naval atack!Sal'is worth observing, that had got the majority of the votes pe< b\' exciting discussions the Oregon question, are means could b devie for scattering the good seed, general sentiment that it is high time this Oregon

we are giving this information, there can be, I the constitution of the British army is now very different pie would he not have retained his cat J B it sup made to vanish by the intelligence brought by the and preparing i for a plentiful harvest, than that of controversy were brought to a close, and it plainly

:. and probably will be'J", !;OOO Mexican troops I from what it was in the campaign:of the penin post he did not and Mr Brockenbrotigh did, a was Cambria, and coupled with our new this morningfrom Colporteurage and i if our citizens will but lay to a but not obtrusely indicates that it should be settled

within two days march of Point Isabel. In I 'ula. There are no lunger any German rlimenlJ the case, should not Mr Calx 11 evacuate, and give Washington, we think we may now say, that helping hand and contribute a small amount therecan by negotiation-that the resources of diplomacy are
all there is I in the service, to keep the lines and to prevent by no zieans exhausted-and that war is an issue not
military matters, no error more erlion The erection of Hanover into a kingdom place to him whom the people elected the question will b settled without a resort to that b no doubt that good will result from the for. to be contemplated without horror So much we

i fatal than that of holding an enemy in to hds kept them at home under the eve of kingKarnent, That the Sentinel might Mippo* "a heap of other most doubtful and repulsive of all arguments-the mation of this sety.COt6pmu. understand to be implied by the rote of the House-

blight estimation. Instead of black-eyed Senoras > instead of sending them as formerly to bear upon the things, -\t doubt not We will suppose one for sword and in this view we heartily approve the step whicn
and welcome) friends orders and the of the horse has been taken. A peaceful, and final ef-
thp we predict wear Irehe guud. him. Suppose he continues his refusal to poiilis Other very important information however, by' of the Floridian prompt
** It i is here I tlement of the demanded
that our Army Occupation" will find reported tItJtroops are to snt Oregon boundary u by the
some : claims the entire returns now on file in the office of the this arrival, is the reduction by Sir Robert 1 lS-1m. and honor of
leu before toas>ert the English to Oregon You may prope A.HI.GT Clr. 'ebruar % vital interests true both nations.
agreeable subjects to digest, they count on 40IJJ) of them at least,a settlers Thereis I Secretary of State will the people believe that he is Peel, of the British tariff is a great triumph : Debate in the Senate-Talk about the Tariff The Senate will deliberate gravely, discuss thor

t take up a permanent residence upon the hardly a mother's son of them that would not desert doing them justice, or that he is disp(8 to to free trade and one which in i its consequences in Mexican .Iffaui-Reflection* on War oughly, and decide wisely We can hardly doubt
banks of the Rio Grande. Our sources of to the stripes and stars, and if our rommanderin the of who that it will ultimately concur in the coarse indicated
i information. arc in no way inferior to those of chief il wie. he ought tu know it. I he should ''I question elected' their represnlali'e.firly this favored land, will assist materially in uprooting The Oregon debate i now going on in the Senate, by the House, though perhaps, with some unessential

the United States Government The not find it out before they sail, he hear of it and upon its merits the corrupt and iniquitous! system of protection, and crowds,are listening to this able and interesting modification.

itelf verv soon after they land I repeat again, Americahas While on this subject we will make one more sought to be fastened upon us by the manulacturers debate Senators Allen, Clayton, Hanean. Col- What then P We believe our Executive will
r |policy which has dictated the of the to fear if she is able to defend her quit and Dix have lat having occupied consider himself virtually
nothing seacoast I is this:-Suppose the Sentinel con- of New England. The European Times exults over spkeo-th instructed to reopen the
; camp) from this place, we have reason to bebev iA 11'psition. the Senate er. Allen, Hanneganand negotiation, and that it will be reopened, if it Mas
-I 'c, is in error. It will to the chimera of raising a negro insurrection, linue vilify the Senators and Representative this achievement in the following happy style : Dix are for the whole or none ; Messrs Claytonand not already been. We believe Great Britain also

fonde between indefinitely ) no one but a madman or a professed philanthropistever from Florida, bv publishing anonymous communica. "It is at once ample and comprehensive; and under Colquitt for a qualified notice, and for a settle stands ready to receive any reasonable proposition

postpone al negotiations dreams of such a thing On the contrary, there loris, and his own smart sayings, how much will he its operation the exchange of commodities between ment of the question by negotiation or arbitrationThe or, if one is invited, to make one herself, and"we
i'I States Mexico, and unite the people of it a strong conviction here that the whites of the benefit their usefulness at this country (England) and the U. State views of the last named Senators are those of are confident the difficulty will be adjusted without

F '.- northern Mexico ag&iint us. I will also Suuth are <|uit<* able a manage the colored population how injure much or eclat he for Washington himself his or will b crrie to an extent and wi b mutually two-thirds of the people and it i:much to b hop bloodshed or luther irritation. It is now clear that

leave this whole section of country exposed to and that, if it came to an insurection. they "i gain or advantages greater quote nt ire : that those sntiment may preval. in neither nation desires war; and this rote convinces

.a the incursions! of both.Indians and Mexicans would not want aid from the North friends, cither at home or abroad ? re'erenty. the words of the sacred volume than public by an adjustment of 8 great us that no act in regard to Oregon to which Great
; The message of President Polk is regarded in ----- < yet seen, or the heart hath a question Many are now asking Why was this> Britain Can justly ttCfnt. will nam Pnnirrm at the

and now stand* the encampment of the Irelne with ro ill w ill Our presi-w Inch it, w hat- The Editor of the Pensacola Gazette complain .The new scheme embraces, with a conceye ln question not settled by Mr. Webster in the :\shbur.tOD present session. We shall pve'the notice, and await

: Any Occupation," it i il just possible we r it want, a most faithful mirror of the Irish of Ins the of he their importance the principles of free tradesepia. treaty And the answer to it generally results I the result of a further negotiation."
our reproof ignorance: on
may hate the mortification beholding! at no : mind-regards it a-i a national dilunce to England : subject diate all protection for commerce manufacturC in a severe condemnation of the then Secretary 011
We arc to think England will not take Congressional election, and charges us with neglect arid agriculture, admits corn, duty (ree. at the end State, Mr. Webster
far distant that enemies. incine up Correspondence the
day, pf our U'e" for him advised of the of three with a scale which will House having got rid of the of Charleston Count
I. Iii. if she does, there will other not keeping true slat years probably oscillate Te Oregon question,
however, sincerely hope, that our predictionsmay cution./ to settle a well a the Oregon question b of the returns as rectivid in the &'retar)'" OrTce between four and six shillings per quarter to talk about a revision of the Tariff Secretary WASHINGTON, Feb. lt>.
never be realized-but we know that We consider our title j perfectly) clear to every inch and at once admits Indian corn and buckwheat free Walker has sent to the Ccmmite Ways and There wa quite a rush in the Senate chamber
there exists no slight grounds to fear that this of Ireland; while vmi cr America fur the Ameri Now, here again we think the Gazette I behind the of all duty whatever To the detaiL of this great Means., the result of his in this maler. and it again to-day, on account of the continuation of the

f- lamentable befit! Can we cry Inland for the Iriih we will give a times" He cither has not read our paper.or has*uffered measure we earnestly entreat ateotion ot our is expected that the Committee will reportin Oregon discussion. The Vice President presented a
cataxtruphc. Ylct tears notice to quit the joint occupancy of the Un himself bl ndto by the statements(.fthe Sentinel c iniHurcial r:aders We beg to refer them to the the proper time. Secretary Walker has been indefatigable memorial from citizens of Pa, in favor of an amendment -

1' M.UIRIAGE.-Powers the son, simultaneously with yours, to terminate the co- in regard to this maier. In the Floridian ol the speech| itself and to our remarks upon it. Great in his labors in this revision of the revenue to the Constitution Ion prohibiting slavery
.. IN FAVOR OK partnership in Oregon Britain at the present moment, is in a blaze of excitement laws. He rejects entirely the idea of protection. which was laid on the table.
J' sculptor, writing to liiend on what some __ llth October, we gave all tire returns nceivrd, and ; men talk and think of nothing else they and recommends a strictly revenue Tariff. He has Mr Johnson, of La. endeavored, but without ef

|people the fully of marrying without the Lead. .Mine IH Tetat. .-.\ccording to the Houston insured that Mr Brockenbrough w selected. On the have set their hearts upon securing the great fiscal availed himself of the most correct sources of information feet, to call up the bill for the confirmation of certain

cal a family, Telegraph, a very valuable lea mine has been dn l'tht gave further returns which the better sa- i scheme, lor the regulation of the country, which and his bill, though perhaps not perfect, land claims. After the presentation of memorials
S leans support expresses frankly covered on a muall tributary the Trinity. about us that our statement was correct On the Ihe Premier has laid before Parliament, and they will be found correct in the mam &c.. the Oregon resolution were taken up
: 'his own fears when be found himself this wentv' miles"cst of Dallas This mine was fiolncoveml lifto frt desire to curtail the period txe for the total extinction Our Mexican affairs are now exciting some atten and Mr Hannegan, oi Indiana, spoke about two

"; tcri position ; hut he adds with characteristic I bv a party of .unetf who were engaged 25th we did likewise, and in a long article on the subject ot the corn laws. friend of peace and tion It is rumored here that Santa Anna will, ere hours on the subject, and particularly its support of

candor, .to you the truth, however, the I in running tier lines of Mercer's co'ony. One of we gave our reons. which to us, at least,were progt'sln. on this side of the hope-earnestly long be reinstated in power in Mexico. A messenger his own resolutions, against compromise or arbitration -

I. and lel have done more to the part) found a black lock which he noticed "un' perfectly satisfactory On the tat November we and sincerely hope-that the new policy will lately arh'e bringing important despatches He vindicated our title to the whole of Ore

family I jmrerty i heavy and he placed it in the camp fire, corrected our statement from official bind America to us by the ties of amity brother.hood from and some movements on the gon, and supported it by reference to the authority
I support me, tau I 14\C to support them.They .- in a short time a large portioii of it was melted, and previous returns and interest, and that the miserable squabbling Texan frontier are antitipate. Mr. Paine the ot Mr. Clay, who hal declared, in a speech in the
hate compelled ,me to make exertions pure lead was obtained sufficient to run a con.ider> and still elected Mr B, by a decided majority. On about a barren waste will give way to more liberal, great shot at:' and a Senate, that the title which we derived from Spain

t- that I hardly thought mjself! capable or and able nlmbr of bullets The editor of the Telegraph the feth, we published the Sretar'1cavul. which civilized, and comprehensive views. long interview with the Surday.Ste. ha pro was good against Great Britain up to the northern

often, when on the cc of despairing, they' is of opinion that there is a very extensive region gave, by his count Cabell 51 majority, stating like .The immediate effects of the new tarif on the fes to have important papers in possession, most Spanish settlement at Nootka Sound, in h'i-
of country extending from the Trinity to the most prominent American we noticed understand he tude about SO and
wise that there unofficial exports hae ha deposited them with Mr. good against up to 55
!. Late forced me, like a cowar in a corner, to San Saba valley which contain a valuable lead were reported votes yet elsewhere. Aloelher. the subject in its various Buchanan and that, further, our title to the whole territory

; light like a hero, not or myself but for 111}' mint.those of Missouri or Wisconsin which would in a few dajs b officially received, phases is the m0t that ever cru8.OI the News from England i* -now fON.1 "v
I' L:4: wife and little ones. have now a muchwurk ---. --- that would sustain the majority we had claimed previously Atlantic since the introduction of ocean ntvigation; bna This will give us the opening of the Parlu. rived from discovery exploration A.C. was good
John Jacob Attvr -The following m given the
as I for Mr. B at the that and all that is now wanting for the Government ment, and the indications much affect against the whole world. He the
lo elo a>I can execute, unless I can findS estimate of Mr. Aster's immense wealth in a Bookof intimating same time may very the objected to com
asuistance |in the marble-and I the O Rich Men of New York" It that we did not believe Mr. Cabell would claim his seat and people ot the United States to meet u in a kin. Oregon question We are all asking each other. in promise on the 49th parallel, and declared that lie
tome dred spirit, and in the true of but
(or spirit commerce and of anxiety not in fear are we to have war? The would rather give up the whole country.In .
; have a |>ro8j ec1 further commission. Mho e knowing his irs best place it at $30,000- On the 15th we reiterated this belief, although expressing friendship, forget the pant and run a generous race public mind is in a painful suspense on this reply to a remark made on a former day by
refced above the 55), and some a high even &$- OfJQ.OUO.. His income our doubt that we might mistaken in mutual and for the future." My own is subject.
The truth, a ext> by gifi.ed on moderate estimate must $ b I happiness property answer that both nations are to enlight. Mr Mangum,that Oregon was not worth contending
sculptor is 'like a similar rcmatk we beard month which b lXO) Mr C's course On the 20th we stated explicitly ene for a resort to war. on such a question ; and for, he went into some statements to shew its grew
year. or ftf.OuO a is $ / .Ibolttumum.-At the late annual of the how
of Boston who and that Mr. Brockenbrough had a majority of the votes war would not terminate the agricultural and commercial value
not long since liy a gentleman 3",7r'; a day ?40 an hour $4 a minute. Mr.
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, difficulty, nor settle the here he had .
was resolved conflicting claims Neither Mr. Mangum remarked, that made n
and found Astor made a donation of $ for a returned,that he had gone on to i
tried matrimony thn same way, .O JbraryIn officially Washington that the party can be driven by for.cerom the for
only path to the accomplishment of the the of which be
: afterwards tint the !10 *e change in his pock New York interest t expended to claim his seat, and that he would obtain if, which jecl' of the society was OVER THE RUINS taken. There is but one resort, and that is arbitra that our information in regard to U wa very contradictory
inemplojm; IUDt purchase books.andza the fact. Now then all these statements THE PRESENT Of (tion Whether war does'or does not asserted that it wu
: et which he had before' tqiundered in fOJs I j 'TeCtion of a Mr late editor was the were AMERICAN CHURCH come,arbitration -some- writers having

fi notions'vou"2,'i H/iimi-rH' he {aied of',h' N Y'r b'Jldin* Rlttw; iJ Cn'el.agent ,n. th'H made, jndjeMh1 Gazette insists thit tie kept THE PF!>FNT AMERICAN UNION" and.compromise car} only settle this question of Oregon poor, barren, and without water, and some of its
: I champions among the Western members, having U-


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mach is thoughtthat ; ;
ltiatiOnof5T and tten up to 61 degrees the will Gold Pens. C&I ? U'tst Iiulia and CliD-n. --
army commence the march in the 1II F'ul ,
COUIS.P J } Irf Mm-fatf in Mirth.
in rejoinder, said this was a mistake of two three TUST Brig ., all
Hannegan or per 2doztn Wood-
jlr week, or as soon the means uf f'ci'e Fmflinf undersigned have just received from Cuba,
for said he, if it was fit g frtr sugar and cotonculur. transportation are u. readiness a t J ( Gold Pens, bst article manu HOUSE AND STAIlt BUILDI\C. THE: ify of fruit, con ;,fin? of I SliciilT'H !n I r.rY il I

the South would nave dalme the This new movement, coupled with the recent departures faclure-d For s-lc by ORANGES PINEAPPLES, virl.ierf a writ if fi<'ri t.\I; iM'.fr.I (mi..

lon ago In commenting Calhoua's of U. S. vessels from Pensamla and the increase February 25, l -i.U P. A. HAYWARD.AN GERARD VINGLRHOLTTS, BAXNASND PLANTAINS, IJ the Clerk's office cf the Cirrnit (''irt forth" ,

position a an advocate fo pae he remarked that to the naval: force in the Gulf, would indicate (Nrt door South of the Union Ban,) which they other for sale, wholesale and retail.- (Count of Leon. Middle Ci.cuit of I- Ion.vvh,rein

the real cause of offence had given Great that our Government is to watch closely ORDINANCE \ -:notice that be is tl I They have also receive'] a mall lot of CIGARS, U illiam Rank in, Peter S. Dur}es',John Ogden! J*,,
in Mr. C.'. letter to Mr. King in Pans the movements of determine To a Rerenutfar the preparN of B. Iinmr and Isaac N. Rankm are
Britlo.WI in readiness for rat oily of Talahaslr.fu supply his friends and public a very superior quality. The Fruit they have no 11.inulanI
Bend .
\ery after which letter Great Hrtam commenced any emergency We trust that but few months will the year 1 46BE any articles of CABINET I-UR- hesitation in saying, is a fine as any ever before Henry u: tdend.1f.! I have -

arming. Mr. II vindicated the course of elapse before we come to a thorough :t ordalnrt! ;, mad up in a style not to b. brought to this city The Cigars will be sold inquantifies will expose for sale, before the Court JOl' door
understanding the
bv Intendant ant Common in (lie of
President in reflsIg arbitration, and said that with Mexico, city Tallahassee. Monday, day.
the that all difficulties mav be definite Council any workman in the ,, tf suit purchasers th. 1
ane the Sate '
ucb the character of the pre that condemn I ly setlled present unce'Uin relations between dinance city ol Tallahassee, That an or at c prices corresponding ALSO, lie bottles &CIIUYDA GIN. February next, within legal hours tmj followin.' d...
wa lo > thf .
raise a Revenue fcr the .
of( Tallahassee
ed his cour e, that their adverse opinion proved tbe the two countries should no longer be tolerated for the city ,Sofas, Table of various kids, Set RAE DAMOV Krib property, to-w it :
President to have been in the ncht!: first of year ISIS, passed and approve on the Chairs, and description and February 14, Is 15. 3D & .Lt. No :31. 32, .17, 3S, 3): 101, 102 ird Ii>*, to.
day March
be and I i every -
understand whether Mr intended.also 1b. same --- ( with the !
appurtenances aw
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I did II P LNS\COL\.Feb. I J. continued in full eflect male 'In order or repaired at the illrI\'f"flt.|
tofurnuh an argument in support President. ISAVAL.-TheU, S ships Falmouth Commander in He is also prepared to contract for Note Lost. thtreon, all situated, liri and Is-log .

irora the fact that some S n.torl, a well a some Juis, hearing the bread pennant of Commodore lao> Council, tins 'Hh ebruarj, 1S4 i. Houses, and such other work is LOST within the last ten doJS. or thereabouts, a fendant nt."resides, in criminal: r bin of the city

presses, dinpprvc of the absolute rejection of arbitration David Conner ; John Adam, Commander M'Chi- Teste, THOMAS SIMON IURVARD T0LE, Intendant. dOn by house carpenters His prices a in ol( hand sit by Hezekiah Jrrkins, and I of Tallaha!ee -alsn, lot No 2 of lt:(27. T I N, ol
and Clerk. department will to C. C, R 2 W, containing I 19 i 75-In acres, mire i r I less
nej; St. Marv's, Commander Saunders, sailed 2S tlS be such 3 to induce those desi- payable or bearer, for seventy-five
By the way it may here t.remuke that expreamons from thi port on Monday last. Destination Vera Cruz --u February 1&40. 3l ol building to ( i\f him employ, ,.hill 1,1 qnal- dOllars, due on the first of January, 1547. All persons : Levied upon as therowrty ff said it. f .iLnt.awl' e

in favor of arbitration, I present postureof The steam frigate Mississippi, Capt. Fitzhugh, A NORUINNCFRelating ity of his work, if it does not surpass, will at least are hereby cautioned against trading for the above to be sold tit satisfy saul writ r fun. fai: .

the question, are not very frequent or very strung, and the brig Somers. Commander Inraham, are in to the .Fire Fund" equal any work done in this city. 10tl M payment wi110 stopped,and steps taken to December A. -.-. -. -. ,Jlrif.

among members and others in this city. port. The former it is said is ready for sea, and 'V0 the citizens of Talaha"tf and fuirronndin" obtain a renewal same Dated Februar 14, Sea lan I Cotton Scrd. 1.

Mr. Colquitt has the floor for to-morrow I waiting for despatches for al. Slidell, which are WHHiKAS.Onthe' : 31st day of December, IS 11 I, country. he would retlr hearty thanks for 1I0.l ; c. C. MOORE.

In the 10uJe. Mr. Garrett Davis offered a resolution daily from Washington ( wa pas and adopted bv the the patronage he heretofore rein"i. and trusts F 'bruar> 14, Hlrt :TD 4t* (0 0 BUSlirLS.tirst I ')intitvof the'> .,'fd.

that project sulwutted by the Secretary 1 npete Intendant and Common of the city of Tal- that h may continue to satisfaction jut received and flr ale I" ,
( and
Ruee M now fitting and ,
Independence out Jive enjoy JUST RECEIVED DIRECT I ROM hAVANA BY R. H.! .
of the Treasury to the Committee of Ways and is to be the flag ship of Con Perry,who is to lhf3 appointing several persons a* Trustees t to their confclenrf and ( IFRR(0.

Means, at the request of tbe latter, be printed far i Com Connor.-Gazette. releve charge e of and distribute the fund of money in February 2s*, Isji;. iv J. R. FORTUNE, January :31. 1S|(;, 2 __ a

the use of the Heuse their hand, known as tl PiroKnmlnA- ui,'r<>.. 1-- -- -- --------:- I'RIMf: CIGARS boxes of %

The proposition was objected to on the ground TILUIUSSEE MOLEULE( PRICES I CtRREM. it appears that as yet no distribution of said fund For Sale. 20,0()() each, SIX months after dll..1 l 01C. present lolliellm .

that the project referred to had not born called forty I : has been made by said Trustees : And whereas, the A TWO HORSE JERSEY WAGON, with d.uble 12 doz. bottles assorted SVEETIt1E.TS, :- 01 Jefirson (.ulty. mv_ lnulaccount :

the House, and was not before the Home The I Corrected Intendant and Common Council of said city are now harness, complete Also, 20( Ibs Spanish Cinnamon ChOCOLATE, and voucher as .\llmiui trtv, of tnris

notion was laid on the table. Subsequently 8 "trl Weekly by Starr. LIo3d&Flagg.. desirous to relieve the said Trustees from the duties A Iicl.t. TWO HOUSE ROAD WGOV, with gear, 2 kegs OLIVES, Cast. late of said County deceased> ; anrl l J.alI! the 4 i'1'

propositions of like efet were oftrf by different -- ----- -- -. -- imposed upon them by said ordinance, and to resume top, an 1 fed! trough Apply to ..InenOAUVJFILY. apply fur letters. ofdunitsion- as.
bombers, and in manner lot. BUTTER-Gobhcn, --2.. ;i a:1 J the control and disposal of said fund : Therefore, February 2', 'HI' 32 3t II ARCHFR February 11. I I"lt5. TO STEVENS lmnGfK": .

Mr Tibbatta moved to assign: a div for the consideration CANDLE-Mould. H; a 17c Be ordained by the Intendant and Common Jefftron County, January 10, 1 4 i (>i;i 3
Sperm, 3s a 40c Council of the city of Tallahassee For Havana. _
of the River and Harbor Bill, which was That the !aidordinance Co-Partnership. :

on the table COFFE*.-St. Domingo, 7 a y passe and approved 31st thy of Dembtr. T lEundersigned>, having lb is day associated themselves THE fist-siilmc; packet Schooner Southicrnllni-siiosay. i1 1Februar

lad is said that the Government .informationthat liavanaGreen, 9: a 9jc 1tS4,4'aPP lnt'ngI-rancisFppes, I). C. Wilson, together under the firm. of ANT Al." R S. Jlbhard. Master caCOPlES: souniFRV 1.\awy. J-

Paredes has been finally put down ; at least so Rio, 9 a lOc J. B. Bull, H. L. RulJrs. J. R. Gamble and J. W LLOYD and FLGG, will mntmnc the ST-RR. will ave, each 1pJJ received and for sale by 14

la as exercise of civil power is concere. Lalir 1 a lie Argyle, Trustees Fund HO called, and business at the Store formerly ocupie hNt'.ntilt by W Y month, St. Marks and ApalacliK'olt.- __NOT, n, 1M5 17 P. .\. \Y\VARD

It is supposed that the Norher Pro-inC will Ju., a 11 for it distribution, pro rata, amon the lloyd, where they will be see their former For passage only, apply to J. R. IOR ITJN F, Notice. I
coon be in a state of revolt a some of the SouthernFroviflees -Ordmarv to good .Fair : a j.Jc sufferers by fire in said city be and the same is ( STARR, February I I. I'II. 10' Plxrnix Building, -
are COTTON BAGGING-New York.perjard, 1C a 21 hereby repealed 11. .'. LLOYD, FOUR' weeks after date, I shall apj.Iv |I.the lien t 'L

Jtn n the mean time, the statement made in the Kentucky, ll a 15 lie it furthe ordained That the Treasurer I the February l:, IS It. 31 F H. JLAGG.Notice. Notice. f of lr"ball f If Leon County fir an rdrr I" .

(;,unr At* Etatt Unit gains credit-that Mexicois India 20 a 22c city of Talahas he and he is hereby authorizedand S IX months after slate, I will present inv accounts "1 the Tral (! Rcr Humphm, Ui* .,T!.jnt )

to have the aid of European governments, and BALE ROPE-Ktntucky, per lb. 5 a 7 required demand and receive the said (fund andoucheu to the Ho i. Judge of Probate of county, dt'tUK'1 Of which all interestmil will tlrnotice

that her integrity, including Texas 11 to b guaranteed Gra.s, a 121 now in the hand of said Trustees ; and in case of person to the estate tf Uilev Leon County, and apply for letters of dismission as H T. mrClfI.AdrVrlthriiarv .
her. BAGGiNoTwiNF, 2 a 37J their refusal to deliver the to ALL late inddtt administrator of the estate of James Simmons, late '.f. '1SJ 31 t
to : ( ( up} same, ", Jt't'r>on County deceased, will .1.
}Ir. Henry M Paine claims to have been shot at I FLUl-Wtern. per bbl $7| a b institute the necessary legal proceedings to enforce make immediate pavment to the subscriber ; and ot said (county, deceased j. H. KOKTUXK
of certain New York, S a -si the thereof those SILAS .
oftenon account a to mCvementsin rco"erv having claims against said must re-sent D.IU;
paer ."tte p
regard to Mexico, which says he obtained: in a Hal Bard, 1 a IJ Passed in.CU'lcil.ll..tth h da of February, IS 16 them for payment to the .\dmini. rt.r within the tehnnrv II, l'Ii. 3O ; H.\Sju-t re ceive I, elirect from New Y.rl.

surreptititious manner: According to his account Corn Jal. per' .hcl, f.>J a 73 SII: 10ULE Inttn ant, time reiuircdbybw.orlhev t will he bjrredofrerove Tax Collector's Sale. rRJ1 P.UCKUHFA 1 I.Ot a;'
have it. Mr. Paine here GRAIN-Corn, 41) a Teste, ('Icik. '. CURRFVP
he might was on bushe. J THO"I.HRXARl r) SIMKINS Sheriff,
den'e SITI Y virtue of the vested in me by law, I shall
Saturday evening, had an interview with Mr. Oats 7: a 51 February 2 ;, : ex-ojfiei",'dmiJi.lratQ. B 1 for salt power, before the Court House door, in .\ line as"rtmcnti.f\MfECROCKEY; \MIF.:

Buchanan, and says that he delivered to Mr. 1!. his FISH-bckec. No I. rer baird a J 13 ---- ---- --- J.f'r"ol Coiintv, February.\ h |1'1. II tm Madison expose County, Florida on the lor sale bv the si iiIe piL't tr self AI*>. ne .
"I. hal Lbt 7J a Slate Tax Colerlol"s Sale. Uantilul i PEARL W.\m; PnCHIIt'. 1 llanr: (4.

papers 1, qr. 4 a virtue of the power vested in me b)' law, I IMolice.SI First Monday in September 18.16, LINSELD. OIL.Iebnuuarv .

IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. .. I 1. i 2i BY for sale, before the Court House the following prupert) or so much thereof as wi 7, I'sl' .29
( a expose IX months after I shall ent final
hthhLI d.f |ire m\ account __ ___ __ ____
The steamship Galveston arrived at New Orleans i 2, i harre 10 a 11 door in the tortn of Japer, County of Hamilton, on and voucher, to the I Ion JiuL'e of Probate, pay the State tax due! on the same for the year ;, Notice.IpOLR .

on Tuesday from Gal\fton. whence she sailed on 2, 6 a T/ie first Monday in September in and for the COunt) of Jefferson, and (hen applv' VI7 Section: T S land N E of Sec wetks after date .
1 barrel 7 nCJt. 21. ll.R 10, 4 3 I apply f.i the lion
CJ a for diarharcc !llJl .
her have an extra of the a a of the estate of
we Herring
Monday By .
reeh'e the much to belong to John Hopkins-taxes J. Chace, Jud Probate and for .
Gazette, of Februarv 1. half bard, 34 a 4 following property, or sO thereof as wil Stephen Woolf, late (.f said purporting %. :c in
Corpus Christ and date in full HIDES-Dry, p I u interesting, we copy : Green, the vear ISIS: S J, S 2 purporting to belong to David S. Jones- of Joseph Mannmc, late t>t county, d-.
2 !
> a 4c Ftb, ,. .
of this Jefferson 21 31 ;
the Gazette County 1"1' fm
Since morning issue we Deer Skiss, S a lOc The S E 4 of Sec 31, and the F I of the N F 4
have reei\e important information and the by spe; de. LARD per lb, 10< a lie Sec :13, and the entire section :tl I, and t the W It of Sc lTlastodos A. Petit ( Cotton--Seed.-- \i S E 4, and S W 4 and the W | of N E 4, ty of Jefferson. Alt persons interested. ill! take tt
Mexico bordering .nl
patch rom the city Rio Grande. We hasten country to I.EADBar. per IV, 8 a 3*>, and the E i of the S W 4 of Sec 2>>, all "ol( T 2, RECEIVED direct from New Orleans Mirporting to bdon to Thomas Randall-taxes :3Gt. due notice thereof ROBERT C. HIRST. .
upon lay before R 12 Nand E The JUST by Jefferson Co, February 1, Hfft 4t Adm'r
NEjofS2andtheN :
LFATHER Harntss lb 30 ,
per a 61f FORTUNE Schooners 2J -
the public such portions of news a arc most Sole, 25 a S ::i!, and the N E 4 ol S .1. T I I. R 12, \ and E., purporting 10 of Mastodon, per Cotton Seed Star arid Home E i ef the S E 4 1, and N E 4 of the S E 4 and Notice.
the direct from R
in of aflairs We Ltbhtl ,
interesting present position to belong to the estate of Hector W Brad,' the N W J, purporting to belong to George Den
hare from the city of Mexico to the 21 t of Uppti, per side, Hi a 4J n Abbey, Us ] Yazoo \ alle), Miss 1 mont).s after date, I shall apply to the (Ion
papers Also, the N W 4 of the S E; 4 of S 7. T 1, R 14, nn-taxes ) cents SIX .
January, and letters from the Rio Grande to the 7th Dressed Deer Skins, 7-c a $16 200 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, a genuine ar- S and E belong of Probate for J 'fler-tou county for letters
Nand E, purporting to to the estate of Range s>, Township I. purporlmg to ;
Sheep Skins, 5: 1 belong tiele ,
instant )a February 21, lSI'''i 31itist of tli.smnissiuui as the Administrator of Jacob Carter, ;
Dunham to lladley-taxes %?i W. .
The HOD Mr. Slidell left the of Mexico LUMBER per thousand tort, a 15 \Vashington late of said ,deceased ,
city to 1 county
MOLASSES, per gat on, a 25 .Hoo, the S E4 of S 31, T 1, K 11, purporting to ICccefiedPR THOMVS LANGFORD, .
to the United States the JOHN FREEM.'tN.JeffirsnnCnuntyF.bruarv7I4S.
return on 17th January and T. C. M C.
belong to the estate of IVnjirmn Chaires. officio ,
for which he refused NAILS, i"er lb, OJ a 7 Bio EMILINE Bv J. U. FORTUNE hf C '; 2')
passport applied was by .Also 1 1S4 3O (Cin in .
Te he OILS AND P.tlNrs-Sperin, per gallon, $14 a II Sections 2" and 1% mT 1, R 12, N and E., February 11. _
furnished with '
governmentbut was a escortto to to the of Thomas 1 f) : furniture Calico -
purporting belong estate Livingston JUCffne Notice.
14 t.
\.er Cruz. The pu upon the Linsee. 1/0 COURT (
prtU rlfu.e \\hitt keg, 3J I t. Crlh; weeks after date 'hcatu still l Joe made by (
ground that he was not of the ]per pure a >, Administrators and Guardians, SIX ap; >i> ,
Ukited States for the Rleral .Uinitt I No. I. 3 a :Also, the W i (If the N E 4 of S 33, Press 1.0In.1 Buckets, "il undersigned to the Jud e of Probates of .
mlmtl affair* of The E of the S W of S 13 I extra Oil take notice that their annual accounts
i 4 Sperm b .
PROVISION Bacon Lbl Madison for letters of administration II.
that *- Ham, lb., II 1 a 126$ rountv, on
ot Minister per
appointment being a before the in of
Ttlt-hif TheE theN Powdered and tiled on or Monday April
Jof E4tf.S33, frt
Plmiptttiay.hich was in Violation of the agree Sides, t a 01 II | The W J of the S E !of S 3J, 21 F Iii. 31 SugarsIibruan and every vear. The undersigned will hold a regular estate of Elias: Uhiddon., late, w .of n .said...couulv.'hh". dtc'r.w' .._. -3
Shoulders, y LLI.1. UUI1JV.'_ "
Herrera'sgovernment, to receive a a term of the Court of Probate on the first Mondayin
The N E of the S E f S
Mess Fad half bbl 9SALTtwrSack i 4 < 03, 7, lbl I ;. 2\) Ow 1
$ )
Minister for a for
Special a special which all
purpose only. pr The S W of the W LAW month, at terms applications
4 S 4 of S 27, ml 2, R 1 II, 1OTICE.TIJ every
On the 14th the Minister 2 a 21 al
of War
of will be
order for all January the unattached officers issue orperlb.. a 7cSLGRKcw N and E. ANo the E i of the N 4, and the W undersigned have. united in the practice of dower or distribution estates h.arl and JUST RECEIVED ny J. H. FOU'IlJNi":, .
an (otticialt! Orlcais lb. r i of the N K: 4 of S 5, '1' 1, R 1", N and K..purpoit- "I hey will attend the several Courts of determined The accounts of Executors Administrator -
) in to to the fron per and Guardians which be caveated will s
immediately S11) illlD.NewOrleansSugar
lelo repair may 1
dept. ing to belong to the estate of hardy Bryant.Also Law and Kquity in the Middle Circuit of Florida
concentrating the Rio White Havinna. a acted and all made and docketed for .1. 2 Barrels No I Mackerel ,.
ad army upon the N n.of S 2>), the W i of the N E 4 of S and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the IH on, issues up
Grande for the dctence of their national in Double Rt filed Loaf, 16 17c trial will be The undersigned ill also I 0 Kegs fine Butter,
rights ( disposed
20, the N F 4 ol the S \V 4 of S 20, the S W 4 of tIleS \VeM t'r Circuit Also, the District Court of the ,
Texas The number the officers is Lump u Ins office of each and 5 doTomatta
present o abut W 4 of S 17, theElof the S W 4 of S 17, theS United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Supreme attend at on Saturday every Ketchup
5000 These sufficient officer TEA, to qiality, 7r c a SlJTOB I the ol( such business be duz. Cherries
acordina week for transaction 2 ,
are an Brandy
army may
W a
of the S E of S 17 all .
4 4 in T 1, Range 14, N Cour of the Slate of Honda
1UC.OOO men. icco, according t. quality, 1 a 50 K done at Chamtx Office hours, from 10, A. M.,to 2 barrels Dried Apples -
to belonir to Edmund B V ass TSIOMXS; RANDALL, .
On the same day a circular order wa i*sue by Leaf, .- a :.cUiNDowGLAss S E i purportinl W 4 of S I. T., R13NandF.., THOMAS .. 2, P.:1 Of which all interested will please take 1 dor Cox & McPhcrsou's CoMU rup I
the Minister of the Interior to the Governors Dt- -S bJ 10. $-2 a 4 I.\EI January 1516. 24 .
to to the of \l J. and
purporting belong estate in
partments or States, that al the ancient presidal 10 by 12, 2J a : MILTON J. BRYAN, Mils. Tallahassee, Attorneys 21, Counselors. 31 Lw. JAMES E BROOME, Just UcCt.'lve'ArD ,

cavlr troops, w strong. should beimmediately 1U by 15, 31 a I Shff and Tax Co. _tebruary Jude of ProSate for Leon County..

mustered into service for the invasion WIIEY. 33 a 36 February 2s, isio. ex officio 32 CoI I One Hundred Dollars UcwUd, FthrnaryillI6. 30JlljtAdiiiiiiistratoi's! ; for sale at the Phoenix BuildrflMyT. R. For-

of Texas, and defence of he Rio Grande. REMARKS. the gentleman who stole from m> 20 l>oxes "iipenor English dairy Cheese, .
On the 15th January Gen Paredes isue a circular COTTON.-Since t'fi! arrival of the Cambria from Aollce.SIX FOR in the 10th of 1 Houston, a Notice. I 2 1 kegs best Gosben Butter,

order to all the Governors of within Liverpool at Boston on.the l' th inst., the New York months after date, we shall _j\_ blood bay Distric, years old, a little SIX months after date I wi apply to the Honor. 1UU fine dried venison Hams.
forty days from that date furnish the ne- market has A few bales have present our ac- Judge of Probates Len county for let. Jannarv2ll' ( 27 s'
tht"y''hal given way c. current and to the lion Judgeof dished-faced, and shows the Janus blood by form _
cessary quota of men to fill up army of Invasion sold in this market, since the arrival of themail.atabout Probate for Jefferson nuther County, and then for and oth.r taarko. !!. h..a fine Ion) walk trot a very ters of dismi"io as admini..trtol of the estate ol Notice.SIX .

, .1 to a war compliment-00,00""} men. The present our former figures a 64c.TEMPEIACE of dismission executor and executrix apply of short back ; his legs are perfectly black, fine hoof, Joshua Sills., late of said County, deCeaed. .
shall the
1'ler a Adm'r.l'bruary months after date I apply to Hou
does exceed
. 0The at
army troops now and inclines to turn his hind out irs the hock
: legs
-- --- M White late of said
Joseph County, Cm* e of Probate in and for Jcttersoii County for
the capitol constantly drilled with a view to dtease. 7 i'.Ii. 2'!)
a ac MICTI> C.. TlttOPIHLLS joint a he walks I am certain he was stolen by a _
letters of dismission as Executor of John, i'
in large bie. KJ* A meeting of the Temperance Society will beheld FLLLN A. BLVTTYJiffiroii :, white man, and I will give 31I.KJ for him and the Salcjirrt Monday in March next.Sheriff's late of aid county, deceased
We the official Proclamation of Gen.
reei-e at the Methodist Church Tnesdav'rvenimjnext .?. horso.. or ftlf t. )_for the _horse atnnrfMllin .
on County.February ..1n t'm -- -- n n on -- -- HARDY MOORE.
Francisco the vnder his command at ale_
troops Z. .
the 3d March The Society will be addressed --- --- I.UIR.Ptrry. Jefferson County, January 17, I*"l'>. f. enl .
Matamorosdated Jan. 17th, which breathe hostility bj gentlemen The invited rilOCLiTIATIOIV }'ehruary 17, Ie 16. :U -t BY virtue of two ss rita.of lien facias, issued: from -
to the States sn.rl public io lice. .
U"ite 0 McMULLIN -- -- -- the Clerk's office of the late Superior Court t :

Gen Theophilo Romero, formerly Governor of February 2S, 1" Gi., Sc'v. W m O O for the county of Gadsden, Middle Ditric of }Florid, months aHtr date, I shall apply to the Judge .'.

San Luis Potosi, and a man of liberal principles, hasbeen -. -- -.- - -- .lWl and to me direto wherein Mill Judson anr Mill SIX Probate for Jct'erson County, fir letUrsrf s
struck from the Roll of of the Army bv orderof ----M--- Judson 4. are plaintiffs, Hovs dismission as administrate of Norman Hi h"laIr of
I :
A K I>
Gen. Paraes. for having .remained faithful to and David W Holloman are defendants.1 have levied said County, deceased Jl LU'S HIGH:

his oath ," and refusing to acknowledge On Tuesday evening, 2 tth ttbmarv, by the Rev. upon, and will offel for :sale, before the Court House Jeller County. January 10, IMo 1", "in fNotice.
the of that General P. P. Smith Mr. AdMR to the 2d -- ----
usurpation WORTINGTO: door in the tow n of Quincy on Monday, day
The Juntas of Guanajuato, Morclia,_ Zacateca Miss MARY JANE .\DAMS, al Jef rson of March, 1S10, within legal hours, the following i
months afler date, I will apply lo the Pnbal
arid I\erl of the other States, have solemnly! protested --- described property, to-wit : SIX
of Gadten for Into
County a '
against the overthrow of Gen. Herrera'l OI1ITU AR V. Town loU in the town of Quiuicy known and des-
exccntorship of the last ti ill of Robert Davidson .
Government-but- having been forced to submit to Died in this cit, on the Jlst m"t EDWIN W. tinguishcd in a plan of said town by numbers SO, (7 deceased.t y L. U SFRATFJanuaryor71S16.

that of Gen Parades, they have ceased to exist as DORSEY formerly ol( Baltimore Md., but for many B\ GOVERN Oil. and 01 I, with the improvements thereon 2fi ';in
legislative and thus left the without TiE entire the of said defendants : : .
country resident this 17th as properly ,
be. tears a of county in the year of Le\it upon --- -- --- ----
any legal government Chihuahula still holds outmanfully his age 1TY virtue of provisions of an act of the General JL stock of offers b sold to satisfy said writs of fieri facias. NEW BOOtS, tc. a

against Gen. Paredes _I) Assembly of this State, entitled, .An act for sale all vizC : B C, UEST, Sheriff in hut meal ar d
Died, the 26th ult Oxford Ga. Mrs. rpOWNSENDS Bible arranged
on )
near ,
The barer of the above despatch reports a con ANDREW, mother of Rev Bishop ( in the to organize the Militia of the State of Florida, ap. umanche January H, IS I.'*,. 23 Bv J\McsIIiNE.D: S JL chronological order in 2 vols oct, '
forc of Commissioners or Mexican Customs -ndrew DCembr 21, Is4r, I, WILLI AM I), MOS.F: Spaiiiitli f
of Christ A. ,
7itb of her This venerable lady had been pro'e Sufferings by Layman
age March
year in
Guards, near the mouth of the Grullr, or San a.member of the M E. Church nearly : Go'erlr Honda., do he by PROCLAIMthat Columbia Salefrtt .Monday Youatt on the Horse,Dr, Lardnrr'k'Ctuns, 11 Ncs
Grrude.within less than 3) l leagues of the Camp sixty years an Election wi be told on the First .Jrllda' Hot dr, I Ladies do.Coach ShrrilPs Sale. Thier's life of Napoleon 5 Nrs,
of Christian
Christi Another has been a example every belo'e in Jljnil next, all theIiii'ion, 1 Baronch, Sulky and Wagon Harnesi .
a party bv all who knew her and honored with Rrijadc. an HIlv. virtue of a writ of fieri facias, is'td from TIle Chainbearer. Cooper's last work
abut the from this but Regimental Officers of the Militia if of Trunks, Carpet Bigs, v ali BY
same distnc place- a con- dence of a large circe: of aCluaintanCes. She yielded a aldl.tltions. Clerk's office of the late Superior Court O'Dono htll', by Charles. Later
siderable distanc the Giilf, in the interior, her soul to God in triumph, her last follows : "es, pns, Harness Leather,lop Leather for the county of Gadsden,Middle District of Florida, Hie challenge J Barletta from th Italian jf ,

watching for return parties of Mexican tradeis words up being full of peaceful love and confidence For one Major GeneioJi the fist Division of Calf Skins, India Rubber Coth. and all kinds of and to medirectedwherein Lamer and Gee are plaintiffs D'\Z'glio Theobold cr the Fanatic by Hrnnth

A large party of traders arrived here last night, hop the State of Florida, composed of part of the Saddlery hard ware The :will he soldat and John A. Byrd is defendant, I have levied Stilling, The Visionary, by Schiller '

bringing in nearly 10<>0 mules and horses of superior Died in Griffin, County, Georgia, on the 2Ist Slate West of the Suwannee River. Fur one .Jfa/er I'rilce to suit the tunes Also, one FINE TOP other for before the Court House Only 1-iddler.and the Authors Daughter,by Mary .

4uaity. They saw Lieut Hamilton, having about December, lS4r- Mrs. MARTHA E G.\ULDrG. General of the .uon Division of (lie State of Florida BUGGY AND \RNL-SS door upon, andII of Quincy, on Monday Ihe 2d Hbwitt, The White Boy. b) Mis S. C. Hal!. 5

men,of the 2 Drons. and 15 wagons, on the formerly of this city in the 2*>th year age. composed part of the State Last of the D. E HLLLN day of March ls4u! within legal hours the following '. The Foster Brother,edited bv Leigh lImit

Sth iDit, and a sbor distance of the rendezvous - Suwannee River, and known a wt and South r'lorida B. Repairing of all kinds done at short notice.Fcbruary2l,1bllJ. described property. to-wit : Knights of the Seal,Three Nights in a Lifetime

of a commission party. Last Notice. __ 31 4t A negro boy by the name of Sam, about twenty The Jesuits edited by C. R Lester,

'ile ofcia Declaration of tbe Independence of indebted to the estate or Henry J. For one Brigadier General for the first Brigade, STVHH, I.LO\"U A. (; years of age.Heretofore. The White Slave, Maps of Florida, Book of Law
Yuc a by Senor Don Miguel Barbachano ALL persons late of composed of the Militia west of the Apalaehicola levied the property of said defendant :Forms, American Almanac for 1946, Altams, Gol
County, are i Fmelme from New upon| a
as Pre<**nt of Yucatan and the Congress, had been notified deeas. Ln without For one Brigadier General of the second Brigade, ART now receiving per Brig and to be sold to satisfy said writ of fi. (a. Pens, tc. ,
hereby payment bejmade: and Schooner Home from New Orleans,
received and published by the Government, in the of the Militia east of the Apalachicula and C. WEST Sheriff.January SCHOOL. BOOKS.Morse's .
delay to S. S. SIBLEY. no further indulgence compo and B. ;
Mexican Agent a Suwannue For one Brigadier Generalof Rio, Lira J.v Cofet loaf and (crushed Sugar -
( 31. I 1810 2> By JAMES D S. New New National
can granted. Wine I.NE Geography, Parley's
apr.MUlcoMa. b the third Brigade, composed of the Militia of the Brandy, complete assortment --
SLIDELL.-The. Washington Union WESLEY MANNING, Adm'r. counties of Columbia, Alarhua Los v, Marion, Ben- of Iron, Steel, Nails, &c. Slate Tnx-Colcctor'A Sale. Geography, Anthon Homer, Horace, Cicero, 4.cBullion's .
February 2S, 1646 :12herIff'i February 21.1M'., 31 English and Latin Grammars,
Tuesday ton and HilUborou For one Brigadier Genet al virtue of the power vested in me by law, I shall
says:- Latin Reader Latin Tutors,
of the fourth Brigade,composed of the Militia of I he BY for sale, before the Coort door, in ,
Sale. received J. K. 10ui
.Letters received in this bj Fortune Fmerson's Arithmetics three
last by .Ut parts
were city
night of Nassau Duval M Johns a
counties Orange, St of Tallahassee, county of ,
*P cial conveyance from Mexico and Vera Cruz. virtue of a ,writ of fieri facias, issued. from Lucie Dade and Monroe 1 111W. extra sugar cured Hams, small size for lam-. I ht city Lon Eclectic Readers,three parts, Angrlls Series.

The I klters from the city of Mexico are to the 14th BY Clerk's office of the late Superior Court for For one Colonel, one Lieutenant Colonel, and one .1 ily use, On thefrsl Monday in August next, Comstock's Philosophy, GreenlcaPs Arithmetic*

Jtmut, at which time Mr. Sidelu in the city, the County of Leon, Middle District of Honda, Major for each Regiment, as follows : Small lot prime Lard: the following property, or an much thereof a!wil &.c. Just received and for sale bv

but was expected to arrive Jaapa on the 17thHe wherein Mills Jidson is plintif and Pat Kcrr's For the first Regiment,composed of the Militia of Small a.ssortnwntofchoice Brandies and \\int pay t the State Tax due on the same for the year 1 S-5: January 17. Is4r. 20 PA. IlAVWARD ,

had obtained an escort to place. Not theS1bteft Ex'rs ale defendants, I hae upon and will Escambia and Santa Rosa counties 1 bbl- superior Monongahela Whiskev'. W 4N W 4S H, T 2, R 2, N and E., adjoining Tax Collector's IXotlce. s
insult had been offered him He had not for sale, before the Court House door in the 21, ISIfi. 31Iii Williams
For the second Regiment, compo! of the Militiaof February _ lands belonging to Col. R. W owner not I
exp .\\ Ethis day levied tte follow Ms or
the in his official upon ing .
ree by government capacity on Walton and counties known Ill
-neither had they declined his reception Monday, the. Glh day of April next, For the third Washington Regiment compo -d of the Militiaof >li I'otatocs.JU.ST i TheE1.SE& 4Sl3, N E 4ofN E 4. S 21, N of land: The north nest half of Die north

It was'said and believed in Mexico that Gen Ahitahad within legal hours,the follow ing described' property, Franklin and Calhoun counties> received by J. R FORTUNE, '>0 bbls large 4 of NW4.S2I.T2.R2, N and E, W 4S \4, east quarter, and The north cast fiaTf ef the north I I

published a pionunciamento Pa- .J Irish Putatoi-sselected f>r the market SleNWIofNW1,819.T2R 3, Nand 3 wcst quarter, Section Inenfv-one.. Township three
_against! to wit : For the fourth Raiment of the Militia 'elO I ; hnmlrrd anrfsntj '
"aes, and tha he has in San Lu' de Potosi, or on i I The right, title interest and estate of Patrick Kerr ol Jackson COmty.For Cllp'IN ( 21, 1MO, 31 w i of N \4, s I PI.!! N_ w 4 of s_w 4, s us r 2,.it of Range land three, more containing or less,and one f o be sold before the Court acre

fe ( that place, at the head of SO"JU" troops, dtcu in and to a lot cground in Tallahasice,3J the fifth r Regiment, composed d the Militia of TO I-UINTEUH. I.NandE; S of l N K 4.S :H,T 2, K 2, N and h;, louse door,in the town of Qumry.on flue first Monday
C.nis march to the Difficulties were gathering I Monroe street, running bark Wes If Cadbden county situated, ling and being about fifteen mile northeast -
cpitl I ftt 11 !16 for the taxes due Gadsden
in July, County
around the of the republic the uf Type Foundry S,' Printers Warehouse.fMlIIE 'alhhwsee, on the road leading to Burney's
being portions of lots of No. 171. and 171, in For the sixth Regiment, composed thcMilitu. Plmitln.r o I County for theears l'I3.| | 114 and hs.13 and crst-, I
fl.f had raised hw independent national flag. I of the city of Tallahassee of Leon and Wakulla count if*. I I uWriler have (>pene*Ia new Type Ft.unJM or to the Sliccosookie Lake. purporting to bI the of ilalioiu GiIcJ risK.

Jfd Tob.1 was about following her example I, orhinafln' as the properly of said kfe-ndant. ajiel For the seventh Rune ,(composed (f t the Militia dry in the city of New York, vhe they are long til estate of Theophilus I II I) man pvoperty JAMES A. ?Mf3IlI.rN I

if'Jia was almost indeiteirfent Tht were to L sold to satisfy said writ of fieri (lacing of Jefferson count). really to supply order to any evfent, for any kind oljobnr The E i I. N E4andSE4S25; N W J. N E 4, Quincy, Dec 23, fs45 2t Co. Tax CiltctlorFTVAKKS j joAflyr

tfi I** reports which prevailed when the last vessel I A. .\. FI HKR. Sheif. F.r Ihe eighth Regiment, cnrposP of the Militia f.ury Type, Ink, Pq,>.T, Case, Galleys, Hr.ihS S30T3R2NauidEElSE4S: 20; \ J of> _

"fttwa Cruz, but they are in *>me respects irreto I B/ A. J. .. IJR. s. of Madil and Hamilton c" ( Rule Steel column do Composing Siwk,, Chases, W {I. S M, T J, R 3. Nand .:, siluiled near Maw- '

ilwle with the accounts which were last re- 2S 1516.NEV I< :UBOOKS For the ninth Regiment, composed of the Militia and every article ivecesiry for i Printing' Office mngtiin, purpoitih to belong to Lewis Conne anti

*u? Crp Chn ti. ..blar of Columbia county The type, whieh are cast in new fnnnlds!, from an the Southern Life Insurance !nd Trust Company.fheEI.SE1S9W1SW1.S1ONV1.

A letter o. Jan. 17? says c.IJISORYof For the tenth R-imet, composed of the Mililiu. dilireiitw setol f matrixes, nilh
Te cause date of Mr Slidell's not ,having been Puritanism, by Thomas W. Coit, D. of Alachoa, Levy all counties warranted to lx un-MirpassfJ t'jr anv- and will 0 sold S15.T1.R I. Sand F S 17. T 1, R 1. N and E.r -

II by the Mexican that instead rccog- and Fruit Trees of America, by A. For the eleventh Regiment, composed ol( the Militia i- at price to suit the lime! except the E J, S 1l sir section; also, E J, N '
government was IV furnish! and also Steam En W 17T'2R I K i, 7t W 4, S 9T
c coming u an American minuter invested with J. Downing, Christmas holidays in Rome, by W. J. of Benton and IMUborough Miuiifu'*. Printing ses 4S ;
fuU I ul the Mililu Uinc of the mo-t approved patterns 1, R 1, N and W,owners not known.
| 1 for the arrangement uf the Texan ques- Kip Life of Paul Jones, by Alexander Slide 11 Mac For the twelfth Regiment composed !
per TheE1NE1S'W1NW.SlYSWf,
** kenzie,The Practical Astronomer by Thos Dick, of Duvl and Nassau counties C'tim1'osition Rollers (list ft Printers
'aar (amI a pleniptentiay. Although rumors Erasmus Wilson Healthy For the thirteenth. Regiment, of the Mi-! A mechmist constantly in attendance to repair S H'. S and E adj'Jininl the larfo belonging to Geo
are very da not believe that o Sin Comp Ward miles south east of lallahlssee .
Mlitie will be resorted ,between this The life of Frederic Schiller, by Thos Carlyle, litia of St Johns, Orange and presses and do light work. T. F.q'r.alout fe
t country and the fourteenth Regiment,composed of Militiaof Editors of Newspapers, who boy three tit owner not I
'the United StatesXotemcnti Wiley Putnam' Library No 2, Poc's Tales, For \il F1tANCISCIJS W'IEKIU
( N W 4ofSimrTi.R1NaoW i ,
of HowiIf and Monroe counties much type RS their bills to, may give E i o
by a .
of re., Mary. on Developemenl.Fremont' And I do order that said election be held at theprecincts above sis months'insert in heir papers,and send SO acres, near Lake Jjcfc-on,purporting to belong to tins method to inform thepubtic that Ee !
of the Lady Essay JL has removed hn Cabinet Warehouse to the
Squadron.-We yesier- which the their containing it to the Charles Williamson
Guf in the several at general paperl lublribr.
day Masonic Chart I
received two lettl our tUeutive Pensacola American*Constitutions Expedition, Min Leslie's, elections, on the first Monday of October last, CO4RQI&OVER D. .t N Y The N W 4 of S W 4. S 2h; ElS E 4, S 27, all building formerly ocrtipied bv Starr 4. Co.,nest doer

cerrespoadents. ( under dat* of the Irth inst. Cookery ordered to be held, and by the Inspectors appointed l l, f. <>m in T 2 R 2, N ansi F, containing I2tf 36-100 Ule..ituate to PeeFa Tin 5anafactory! fn the rear .1 which hv I
They and Present Carlyle
Past by were 1 1MAERUDEFAKF.RandUPHOLS'TER.52
tLe that on that Corning the U. S- ship Fal- such elections and i if such In- Vying and being about fourteen mit'north intend to carry on the business of a CABINET
; .
"touh Bibles low to manage
,with Com. Conner on with Splendid family a very prices, ; Mastodon Seed, purporting to estate ,and ,
together act then Colon
tt Lr. for caone fail or relnse to by tt Tal1F"
Baptist Harmony.Mercer' any
wp o war John Adams, from that bar- nt. Ipforl at such in small quantities DANIEL LADD cf feels well prepared to execute any rrdr in either
L'a sale Cluster Buk', Theological l Dictionary, Inspectors a the voters present precinc's FOR sal r.t No in the of the above branches of his bu meps.. *>
Tallahassee lob
iU for Vera .. The only men select And I do further order that the or TOWARD BARNARD Also, the following town : .> 22
fctiLtul .supp the brig Somera stea Shakspeare with forty engravings may of said election> shall be made by the Inspectors January 31, 1845 2SM4STODOK original plan of the city of Tallahassee, pat of He is provided with the best materials for the
BOOKS &e returns
tiT"ppl The latter a and lot FTo. 174 in the north addition to the city .f Tallahassee manufacture of new articles cf Cabinet Furniture,
,was sailing the election
after directly
fert forthwith ,
: eikuwUonly waiting for pome officers who Goodnch's History U. States and Questions lo do. thereof and of the COTTON SEED & MO- lot No. 76 m th south hal ef tb such ss Secretaries, Bareaus. Tables, Bed
"ee. oie recruiting sailors,-. O Pit. Parley's Common School Histor1.Parker' to the Governor that TUST received direct from Cuba and for sale by JJ quarter of said city Chairs, &c.. &.c., in the neatest and

-4 I Exercises on Composition Militia of this State various ut'r ordr. R. FORTUNE, a small quantity of cat,the landspJTr-ortingto -to the Apalachicola style. He will also repair any description ef fnmituie. -
%nn of the -
ntt We
up. Mendag'
yesterday heard it Davies' Lengendre. the Inspectors prlncL
that report- Daie'Algebra fine CUBA TOBACCO SEED warranted Land Company lying in the county cf .
1t* b. Tailor. In command of the U. S.. Day'. Amsworth's Latin Dictionary twenty day before the eletion, three or more Leon, bounded North by the line of demarcation He would return his grateful thanks to the.citizens*

'Pthat a Cpus iristihu received orders to break Allebf Lexicon, Kmgsley's Tacitus pubic places in their election district, notice of the uine 2 KEGS OLIVES WesC by the Ockrockny River, South by the count of Tallahassee for the liberal patronage be has already .

(ttbenmpn? and move td the del Rio Levizac'0 French Grammar holding fire election hereby ordered receivedand respectfully solicit a eon m.anc
Latin Eat the St. and
B f.ons. Tallahassee _And will receive in a few weeks, direct from of Wakufla.and by Mark Ri\rr.
the ,
I 10< Ro .) and there up a po- Bomar's] French Phrases Envelopes for Letters, Given under my hand at city Richard Abbey, Yazoo Miss, ifi bushels of MASTODON known a* part of ** Forbes rurtha! of their favors, as h* pledges himself to give satisfaction -

Bra "c000"01 hall that he is g" K no farther Perforated Paer.. Coral Necklace_ and_Amulets this 20th day of Februarv. ISJb- COTTON SEED. warranted. to the real A. A. FIShIER to all who may give him their order Both w
Gov of na.. h
oLuLiagnI a position come 10 or 14 miles r tmenne. auu W I) MOSFLEY and Tax.Col. I.. CJaiwary and quality of hu work
tc te Jlit ran'H urig I'l thereof.rer'iary article Call soon, i if von wish t's be supphed Shf. rx-offirM price
d", and the 5vithernexMa HAYWARDFebrurv and Com in Chief of U' 1SW 23in -
" n'u ,,1/hy P I Ft br-urv 14, 1M J> 2J, f 27 6m January ,
4-1 5 ,161 I", '' tr.
II dre. th* l-n th pf which 2;, 1"11 :! .,

J --- _
-TTT:3 -: -- ,- --- ::s.e- -,,.,.- S :---- :

-_- -- -. -- \cw York City-So. 151 Broadway. I LEON SHERIFFS SALES I
:1\C' (.onus. Take IVotice. WILLIAM H J. BIRGF .
lor Hides stretched JAMES .z.=
N paid
extra priec lO -
ri,iii. -u' TIIHThave Nrvrk COI"I re<- ived iiy Pug ivH A with |It'after the Indi.n f."iol. isvMsv AT'OHEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT. DEALERS UIELk J''F 'JA11t41 I Sale first Monday in March next.
Cr..m OIU.Toilet .
riII. Paint.
10/HIS. 41 M. L. BAKER._ 'Uyof "'.hll;tOI I). C.RESPECTFULLY Drugs, Medicines, between the CITY Sheriff's dale.BY .
j '" I',. (iirCi' I'rint..I..I.-' |'iallern,. ( l-CI'Cui of Florida. announces that he will attend Artiflrs, Pcrfcmcry), &r., Window Class, HAS and FRANKLIN HOUSE where he virtue of a writ of lien facia, iwed from

.\I.t v ritv cf Fancy Dr G.wi4, CIRCUIT l COURT OF JF.IVERSON COUNTY.To ( of Claims before the several r.UIITtnl' BRtT!!IF' AJTP COI>1R will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCH the Clerk'. office of the Circuit Court for the

Which wo ofl'cr .* "il.- at ll)I.- I..\..| i 10.Chiitiin
I .v ii GRIKNBIIG; : : &. co.Janu.iv SPRI.NG TaR r, IS claim-, again-l hI United States for Lands Money, fIr sileat the I INGS tc He would respectfully solicit a continuance Abram Dupont ii i plaintiff and Frederick Hocisde.

"5. t-j,;. -M : Bless, ) to tin- settlement of Public Accounts, to claims he : constantly. on of the patronage o( his Florida friends, believing fendant. have levied upon and will expose for aV[

-,.- .- r.,. > Pe'ituiii to foreclose a mortgage lore Coiiiinu.-mu'ner. .undwr Indian or other Treaties X lowest market price lie will be enabled to give them the most entire before the Court House door, in the C4ty cf Talla*

.I':* CelltMor's Notice.Ill William. K. Perry. ) tu Pre-emption and oIlier .and I Claim. and to the satisfaction. has ee, on

\ levu-l Maillots N.. tijit.iiiiii4. f PHK j : dffetidant and all | ersoji. .i I!interestt d ae: I'rt. ,.risr'iriug tit Lind: Patent, .to Pensions in the Army Ai.'o. in store a.creat variety of article V.'rtni.'lIa.Curr.tnl for family. April 5, 1S J5. 37 Monday, the 2 J day of March next

I ILM a'il eleven. Mcil's inrvt-v, containing I. I liv nil"itis9l 1 that the jietltloii. iii the almvecat.was i>iil \a\ I liil'iii 1 ION lo (lie He, Pickle Oli\. !, Capers Macaroni ,
"iIt1 I idivd .ur4'tf land. !, more or I I..I\\\ini 1 1w- this; day lilttl m the oifice ,,.tin* Clerk ii! the. Staining. > fr Patentlor!(.nntlllj'rewith.,wi.nlili. or \ful I lnve-n idly, Ol"c Oil Citron, IVime, Alim.ndi. New, Intensive mid Spl u dd within legal hour ,ILe following described propettr,

t.veen I Little Inter, al.t R.*ckv ('lt..rl. .".1 Itn |M-S.!Iliftif 4'ireuil ftin'rl; flr J"lf'r"l Cimnty, ).li,1.I1e'rcsiit. !i
|li.Court I ll I.rl4,- I1.Wt. in the |.\, ,..1| ijuiney l&.riit.s.|. and are hereby re-tnriil| tile their ( an Agent. ORTMENT OFOAKDEIT (l iiMOl.O }HN & t. the The described estate of 1 let the said Frederick Hoc in

tvn tl.- lir-t Monday iti Julj. l"|';. |. IIt Countytae4 am' they have.arctirdiiig! 1.1 lass. Said moit (1 aim!aaamst il.Ii\'idual. promptly attended to. mm1D) J subscribers are now receiving a one at t
d it Gad. len C<. nty. for; he yeir eighteen! hun, gage i!tin use following; property, Io-"it : a (certain liile,iii''I|!:; d. \.e. TilL of CLOTHS CASSLMERS, &. VEST- together the improvement thereon'
'Ir1 f.rty-.Wl .r't and e'ti ,h v' the elaimaJitif !- nail t.r parcvl of land 1 ly ing and In-ing in the County Inl"nn.tli.11 ih'n free of clarl.1 l kt.f tbo Growth of Itili. INGS which they are prepared to manufacture in to-wit : Lot No. IC-s, situated on the corner of J.f-

IWV! ,' piin-lia-w, th. properly .f the .\111..1') ,.f Jellervoii, and adjoining (he town tif Monticellotn I",.1.1..11. : NovemlK >, !'lj. 19 ._-- the most fashionable manner. Also,a large supply ol city ferson of and Tallahassee.Adams street, in the original plan cf the
South and the road leading to Pal I.a-id ( ..In'aIIV.: tlC fronting RrrF.RFNcrs :
J\MKS .\. M.-Mll.LXN. ini-r's" I-fil. 1f"ins eighty two ("2)) feet front H'.n. .,. S. WHITF, V. S. Senate. READY MADE CLOTHING, Levied upon u the property of said defendant,and

Q-ii-icv. Df( .J....l I'Si. Jj !: :Tax_Coll.-rtor. !h\. .' .. (Jixi) (feet S.ih from aul r'vid, and I I". A. 1.\NH;.\:, .. (made up by ourselves,) in the latest style consistingin to be sold to satisfy said w nt of fieri fad,,.
-- -' .,1|'Wi 4 Christian, 'IUe:I >- sit, I lit.1 anil know:, as AI.FX. \Rkovv, M TOOTH ACHE part of A. A. FISHER Sheriff.
.Jd ISfc. SSSL"' -"JSURGEON ;, the 1..11'llidl Samuel C. In.J in I the ),'a .. J\MK Ssnnz.e:. Frock, Dress and BusIness Coats : January 31,19 W. 28 By J. W. SHtRWOOD.D.S.

!-. I I. Dated 'J7th NtivemUr, 115.McCAVIS D IJ. ATCiI.l'(, .
DENTIST, *t SPENCF.R.: .. C. LACOl NTS VEGETAHLE: : TOOTH-ACH Black and Colored Cloth, Frock and Dress Coats Sale f rift Momliy in March next.

1 f T \S take-i r.".tn* at J. L DKMILLV'S. and IIML > Solicitor fur Petitioner.JVoliee. 44 J. J.\tl.\II .Rt'I' of IllinoM., DR. n. a certain and immediate cure in all Cloaks and Overcoat. Tweed, Sass loth.i SlicrifTs Sale.

J. h |..'1 1.1 Ih re at all tunes unK-,'rolcs-si"jially Ik..mlM.r ':.1'1-. ::I -i S. .\. lorri.*., castes, however s e>ere ; gi\mg relitl in a very few and Beaver Bus. Coats Surto its. TTY virtue of a writ of fieri facia iVued
----- .5 WII.L.I. of ( minutes, and that, too without any injury to lie Plain and Fancy Vest, *, from tie
"nzigol.N. CI..rlL"'lI office
GRF.S. 'lllrIY. iiJ of the Circuit
Court ( the
' \eiii.rIi.t : figured, of Leon Middle[ Circuit of
!X months after date, I slull apply to thi I Hen l.ii S. C. S\ .* the G nns \\ lien in a morbid state, and of restoring and Silk Velvet. Florida,wherein Isaac
WAYHANJSL "r.I.! Judge! of t'roljtC for Jelli.r. n County tortiers .. !l'Lf. healthy and tiKoroti* set un. W. .Mitchell! is plaintiff and William P. Dutal et at
] .
JhJLn, L ..f li-Ifli'-i"il Adinini-trator" ol 4 C. B. SfTI. ... PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. are defendants hate levied upon, and will
with full directions expoM
'o : : \ T. .5 J. A. (O Price s ''t.l'er; phial :
for lale. before the Court House door in
nISSIf \ of paid the
e-ounlv, city :
Sc\-OrlrI". I.a. .1..a.t J. H. BOVI.IN. of Miesiuri. For sale In Tallahas-ee by LEWIS is Al\It, sole ALSO -A VERY LIKRK ASSOKT3IENT OF Tallahassee TMonday
H"r W.\IKrn J. M I Hrmirv \gent. SAMTFI PfKLr.sio-v, Monticello; J. L. Cotton & Linen Shirts, Cotton, Net Merino,
tR.::cn. : 1)reunilcr 2Il.' IS I!: __ !' .5 heNRY DOPC.K. ol Wiscon,, ,i:i. SMLLWOOP,iuin-\ .and Ina> be found on enquiry iahm U Collars. Lamlis-wool Canton the 2d flay of March next,

(.I1..1"1 I lul.Y. Jdl'r .w Couulr.. Ii lie Circuit Court ofthe :fiddle Circuit Apri 1 .', ''':1. ':. .t all the towns and tillages in the State Stocks and made Flannel and within legal hours (he following described property

\'.." KIRK"" 1.,.. T"I.h.", of Florida. _June. II-, lsF .17- tim -- -- Cravats, JeaniUndershirtsandDraw !o-wit :
IhsuL I.4DU. 1"1.. .""1'011 I> ClINCEBV 'Pro,';alt tlihmis and hold fast that which l Is cowl.' Gloves, ers, Two lots of land,being Nos. 9 and 10,in the ilhlb

IceenilMr (;. 1"': :f I : m IN HAMILTON COUNTY.John Hand'chieft, silk[ cam Half Hose. of land granted tn I. G. Searcy and Robert D. If am.

F. Smith, ir l iW" 1 bric, .c. Hats and Caps, by the United States adjoining the city of Taflahe **.

.OlN: ii5RiC. *. > Bill for Divorce. Suspenders Boots and Shoe*, &.c.Eury 5 on the south we f. containing each nine acres and

AT TO UN 12 Y .\ T LAW Sirali Smith. ) -] HULL'S COUGh LOZENGES; are now ra rfqnisile to a Gentleman's Wardrobecan nioe-hundredths,together with all the theimproveir

( ()', Florida.' iT I aj'|iearing to u.3ti.f.ictkn (f the Judge ?fix DK.) sliperc'dill'l'r otht-r prejiaration in therecn. consisting of a fine dwelling and all oer
attend\Ull Jii-tire ('..-1r14 of G.k144.-iI. the allnl.ivit of the corn|,Uitnnt'a. : Solicitor thai 'he relief of ,nrfncoUN: asthma w hooping cough be found at their establishment on the most reasonable homes and convenience for the accommodation cia
\lTIII. (" dt-leiwlant is a non-residtiif tif the State of Florid i terms. Our stock will I* replenished by the family, formerly occupied by William P. Duval as a r'lit ( 'II' .1)1SU"'l..nJ. rplll.t.E: :: PILIX whereer they' habe,-n fairly : 'ichtne sof 1 the du-.t. and pulmonary) complaints
.. ., ..' *. residing in the State of Georgia: // i* onltrcdTliaf arrival of almost every vessel from New York, du- residence.
.I.J.) ( .lItL Ill tli.' !j .1 ,c.u. I. liavt- : -Iclinty (emding to riii"iiiiiition] and death
.r.II'-.1 I 'n'l.hl
,.H'ul"'r 2'. I'L I II Ihe lid l dffendant do "11\. and answtr-iii uid an tn.1.II | ill) .i !her | | I jI'rJre; '!-*' routs per Box. with full directions. ring the season by new goods purchased by Mr. Levied upon as the property of said defendant,

f4ittitcI Ci1V. __ _____ till( xvittnn four month" or t same-lull!' tie 1..llnli.r iiii.t i'iiii... 11.1111 11'flt. :1..:,II.....- li'i If'paratl'/\ ( FitrsAlein Talljhd.iHt.i-by t I.E'ISII: sole .'TILLIho \.ilI remain North during the and to bo sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.
u ronfiMtl; Iuri.nTllat tine pnMicatioiimideol I. ill'd I < ri-i'ititiiii-nde.! t II\ thfVrrnlty Aeents! ; in Quiiiev IaJ L SM \LL' this this n'"II. 11.Ir. tuch and by selling EXCLUSIVELY :31 IS 1C. 2S
or..r .otnenewspaiKT'rintetl| in Monticello. t.lI'tL PEI'LESTOX.: and an arrangement January ,
.1. tinn\ -*\ diui in, 'rn-nt"llilI. u maybe _
COMMISSION MERCHANT (',retit t nr a wevk fur fntinnuMlie StateHULLS FOR CASH we shall be enabled to sell cheaper '
*1th OctoSnT.THOMX. \1"1.'.. i thrm the u.cstie.l pii-fcrt-nre, and Irsim their decision : than any other e-stablishrnent!' in the city. All Sale first Monday in March next, .
N". I. tr.t" l.t'c. DOUGLAS, Judze.M ; perwns in want. of clothing; are respectfully invited Sheriff's Sale.
MVOK 1 \ N < /." O'BRIEN, Coinplanidiit's: Si.licitor. tInntis ni> a 1"1; to call and examine and )judge Ihf'l1ISf'ln"i. virtue (.( a writ of fieri (facias i sued item '

"TIll..I'I.I"I'I:% I 1';. "ii.l.i: XI;. 1 fEI'- A true cojiv; from the tniniitts. chaut Tin, at'i..hls'Tdllddt-ga in:i i" 1.1 SprintAlabama Ir. Isaa. :1:Thunas tru-r- (.WORM: LOZENGES I I1J1't' CLARK STILLMAN, BY the Clerk's office of the late Superior Court for t'

; ,ra .. :\\ Iiflh. \111 1',' J. S. MARION, Clcik.N.ivtmitr SiRlNI', Talladesa Co., J Monroe street, next door to Starr At Flagg. the county of Leon Middle District of Florida

2'.1 d''j'h.; I I". Is}.',. 17 Im November I. 1515. 13 tf wherein Silas[ F. Burney is plaintiff and Gabriel 1
Alaliaiua. 17 l
.iitm't i'12.Tliia | j
"" 'I." r". 1 1"1:). I', I proved in more than l-VKl' cases infallible. It .
Houck i is defendant have levied and will
is llt..t I li.i\e I.een atHicted! withirk upon, expose J
. -- tocertily ; i. ettiniateil, ) that children de
----- i 1OO.OOO annually
-- C I f. \ IIS.PRINCIPE lifdd.irip.| and livir and M'CANTS & SPENCER for sale, before the Court House door, in the J
&c. n.rniljint| from the effects ot worms alone. Parents cannot bt ,
NEW BOOKS, : C1G.1 ( ,.. c.Kti\'eness fur the lad nine durinirwhich city of Tallahassee,on j
9 6 0 0 0 1f lie ,1. cillr years tiM (-artiriilir tn obertmtoin| ", and administer ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
: suWnr his ju.t r.'CCIH.t j-er IJnj-: M'ta-I ing choice brandJtito time I hat, taken, as I : Monday, the 2d day of March next
rL"UI a.'wl.l n-"I't. aJn'i i -sale and .r.'rlnal.rrn..t..lro""! medicine, be- (ol1rt..f the Middle Dis- j
an-: a lar aud *>j&<)rtln S n7, and I\l 717-ILL practice in the !
Sar'I'J C"I"I.nli. Vape-r ixty lio\f-s of ilh' lM>\ *sof IV-
11" Pi. hH'hl lire the little sulfen-rs are hurried to a within
lower Counties of Georgia
"I" Pntnavcra
l.II'L : lr.uJrdll': Pillall of which afford me but these Ix>zrvnK!>, which are as pleasant to the tasteas !I. 1M4. < One sorrel Horse three Cows and Calves fourteen
Of urietv t>i Fla. Sept. tJ.
th'r. iV.nnerly lII.' ) .
every 1'raluJ little I
rdid't la-t,
or rio was ti>
Imp'rial. f' CMIY : children will cry for thtm and eat them Hogs, and one hundred bushels Corn, move er J-
in ,\.1., t'>; -tlu-r \\.1 m% iy rK'.k 01 |u. try Dr. l Pills, txn WILL: I Phil L.
Tu1lan3. \I'lak \\ith TompkIns. Levied said
te.ri.Ii .\rilhn"'lir. ... lcnrrr avidity.A upon as the property of defendant and
Gumt.r & ,',
fir I ne hiI one alak flf> the si'k headache fresh u-t receiv.-il and for sale in this
.\K 1OOK! < laJ supply | ATTORNEY AT LAW to be sold to satisfy. said writ of fled fae'as.
received 2nd fur sale Lv
J alter I ( the Pills, (n<>\\ about i\ '
LEWISMES, SleC' nt :
COlUHI4'll1ilJ city l.y ? A A. FISHER. Sheriff.
Of every ,ize al.l.1."".Jrnlf lo P. :A. HAYWARD. months ] !, that I Iln.1"1 i\'d QUI.XCT, 'LOILhJA.1TlLL
: t'r.r .
sno't! Al o ile in injury l.y J. L SMALL WOOD, and January 31, I*16. 2? By K. Sj.rDC, D. S
'w*teriil, .4n.i at 11\\ price* N.\ nber '1.1-15. l rn,.rl real l U'nfit fr.r't.t 1.. of SpenctrPill., SAMI'KL I'I.EU1.II I rllicello.o practice in the sevcralCourts of the Mid

Cb .ocIMhal. PAPER.Koolicap than (nun .1 the (. ( :1'licll': .i'id PillthttlLaectr I I I I. I I'-F' .1'! ; dm Vdie Apalachicola Districts,and in the adjoining Salf'fir. Monday in March next.
and I onnnriul Counties of Georgia.;
anl I.tti.rl'4ji.T4, fi-.m J2 :) to S7 5"' them 1.lcn.. in .irnc-tly tinU f Salt Salt 1. 1M.:. '.* eowlyBOOKS. Sheriff's Sale.
a.1..ilS u>y opiriion r.i. February
ide .,f thin |.-ttr TO1. virtue of two writs of fieri facias issued from
r. 1':0' rifle in l liurii cuiiiplaitits.i The Pillliavt BY
# I.r -
law, ut Frcicli and .\ al 400 NEW Clerk's office of the rate Superior Ceart for
to nit tbe neiv j"i Ue .
I Timrksl-laniddi.
( irvparcd to advance on COTTON con-igne.1 to iii silO tut- .. lull* li CINH], that I \.Inlt! ttelilhtii .ino"
e n tout.act. nr.-, e.j.rr rlin:. I'lottinj, Euvcl- I M.-.-rs. FRANKLIN &HENDERSON, N.w Oi- \ to without "'.r li\l dollar- a IMA : For sale by W. F. LLOYD. \\7 EBSTER\S DOMESTIC ECONOMY : an F.n'd.otdia. the County of Leon, Middle District of Florida, I

.. Tii.C.j'i : ItilUt I'jpw lean. anil I :cannot but led t.l'r irrattlul to Dr. s'ptncrr O".I"'r I .t, 1-1.I::. II \ \ ( compn-insr-Jch subjects a* are wherein Abram Dupont and Grinvold & Co- are
viny .. .
---- -- plaintiffs and James R. Nicks is defendant I have
\TIOXEI\ (>rtoS-r 2"i. I 73 >"i .14 for hating "prepared snrh a > alu.mbhn.e.Iiciiis.'. : tnitheditriliiiln mo-t immediately connected vv'th housekeeping asEditices J
and other Ste-el .lniliiistratoi-X Notice. levied and will for sale before the CourtHouse
IVnn ,
.ri:1I.'nU;. ---- -- Furniture Servants foot l, Fermente! Li- upon expense ,
-il.t. I! ii t>f it i* e'sistsrrii', a \ -ry trial li'ni ,
IVnilv rv, Ih. U-st ar months, after date the Admini- door, in the city of Tallahassee,on f
.r l.n. G..I.II..n.11 L3Auctioneer l on tin* pu'ilic i a- it Id thin '>f the. sit tr'.s..t i itamie. iiaj-or- SIX under-iiTM-d < twirs, Dre!t, Carriages, Health. &c., .s.c., by Thos.
tdl 1.f.rlur-t. t'nls .| ;! -)*, Black. IJ.-d, .. that, cry family should!: ha e a -umjsl.I tif iJrHitctr'struU .r of all and' the lands and teneinent Webster and Mrs. Parkts will nearly 1/jinj engrav- Monday, the 2d day of March next,
ail e"1'| ill' II.., :-I. Black; Fancy ai,l Ntt &Commission Mrrrhapt.STOUKin laltubic Pill.-ron-tantly 'hand. *, i:'OiN and chattt, riuhtaiid credits whirl inc*. w ithin legal hours the follow ing described property

&ril. Wt.. .r<. ".:lln:Wa\Sai,.| IVi\it' Ink Starld4. I Jh '. Build:;, recently oceupie-t] I HAAC M THOMAS.I were of H1\1.1 Willis, dece.i .-d.will present hi" ac- The Wandcrirg Jew, compete in 2 \"or, price to-Wit :

1'I.r,1.!! ler CII).. Sh I ( '|1'' IVn Ktcks. r!. *
1.n I I.t .1.1! I 'r.. Rib u. I K.-l: Taj-o.. I India RuU'w-r IJUrk :y lie rhrran.(1! in the ..bli"c.. For v,.li' in T.i.!i Ih.I..">. l ts\. LEWIS ful. \ML i. !l'. Le in County', for a final settlement hi* acruniiti Tilt Elements rf Morality, including Polity, by and twenty bales Cotton.

.. I..1 i'! r-, (u.t Riek-, Hil Filet, Lead IVliClls, March 2..>, I.I.. ... __:, A eiit- : S f tl.: P .ri.,>TON. Mmilirello.!J. .L ; and \\ ill then a.-! to be dH-liariul from his Wm. Whew ell, M. D.2 vols. Levied upon as the property of said defendant and

r itti tIt2i,'-. .V.MISCELLXNEOIN.'-. ron S.\I.C. SY 4Li..ViOD. (iuincaiiil may lie found on nijuiryin fa\dmmi-tratii.n.! JOAB WILLIS The Journal of the Texin Expedition against to be sold to satisf'said. writs of fieri facias.
ROOKS September 1.1, l-l". G CmApnlacliicola Mier Gen. Tin J. Great.Iorbin'si A. A. FISHER. Sheriff.
GWD : TR.'T OF .dhiii>-t all ht- limn and tillage.* m the State by *
\ (t variety ot n.w B.kNuk and tathlr U TFIIS.LlrU Jam. I 11. )I"'.'>. 47 '"m Observations in tic East 2"or January 31,1SJ. 2* By K. SAC DEKS D. S. ]
::. t nurk with&n>.'-t .;dendidas .,rtmfiit of JJibles, >i J aUf', ,cleared cimrnandinz Land Couipnny.ALL Narrativeof a Mission to !Bokhara, bv the Rev.

I', I', &. a healthy situation in the Mirco-o..kie .t- persons are hereby warned not to tre-pa.-s, Joseph Wolf, I). D. ; L. I. D.NEW Sale.first Monday in March next.

.. ; l 1 runy.R.y1. tllI..I. I.; mules from fallahiacc.1(4. i, :b'od to make use of, or commit wa-te in any unlawful Sheriff's Sale.
Kiiiei,: Pen, supply "*f Provi-iunaand_ Stock._ Applv toII. manner on the. lands of the Apalach'icolaLand NEVOLS &c.

P.xkM. r"', | Ladies flh .&. 1 W.\Hr. Company which have not been regularly dis- Author's Daughter bv Ma'Y Howitt. BY virtue of three writs of lien facias,issued from
: 20, 1" t Only Fiddler the Clerk's office of the late Superior Court ht
I'' Knives. RaK. .r asents ,
the of Leon Middle District of Florida,
GoO( &r.Tnrt'e heretofore'M the penalty of the law will be btrictlyenforced The"Merchants Daughter The Fright, TIle Expectant county ,
h.l. Sik'Iu'l after date
frim SI :" I" .I.*;<-Ii. 1. 1.. "-, Silkl.urS. SIX m.nth.vlsiieran(1! '!1all.r.nt my accounts Applications may be made for purchases.1 leases or Dumas; Agathonia, by Mrs Gore ; Three Nights in Choice are plaintife and Ephraim and
Judceof Proi)4te
,. .. Na.l apply th.l.n. lifetime Groves of The Only Daughter, Ephraim Dawkins and John II. Shehee are defendants -
.. I Iii II" .T.. flr.4.c. foi i4t1i-i94.H of li "i i"ti now sflp.rrhing every other medicine (if. otherwise, for the mdi.K>M-d ot portions or tracts Blarney
PencilSdv.t d.,. G ld rII1t4C5Silver ; County I.t.r ( ,rni< ARE Mansfield Park The IIn and Butler Correspondence ,I have levied upon,and will expose for sale,before -
G ild and t -
a. i\ecutor: of the estate'of ol saidCounty d (o tl.1 (>ul>li< for the cure of Chills am of I'au1Iand" lyii.g Ix-inn in the counties of AVakulla ; )
S'14wu'l. r Bn.-kloth. <-t'jujlity ..l' Ne.
<.ry and !?iil'* Horn ) .tinz C.mlH, Kiivel"|u t, HART, Executor invariably' i\1(the most decided and unequivocal j the" Forbes Purchase,"to our dIlly authorized aeent, Jusl received by Bug i Ann Eliza and for sale by On Monday, the 2
M"'tto S-';l. and Wif.-rs, PalO.r I lanzinr*. Borders, Oct..ler I, J"f;.J.un:1 Cm; .at.ifat'ti n.J The t testimony e\u-ts on every ?idtthrotighout Mr JAMES E. UETTNER, in the \innity of Qninc" P. A. HAYWARD. \\"ithinlcg31 hours the following described property
Plain a.l FI4'I1.I) <;re.>n pijwrt fir Window Cur- 1 this. vast rountry'-from the LoG CABI.N JOSEPH DELAFIELD: Tdllahasse. Dec. 13,11;. 21-tf to-wit

hi"i it, Piircif.
Flasks Gttue Ba. ., Gun Ticict-ls L.t.Is, Thrtr.'>- are tho
iuet-r. l'lnin j, Vs-il iilZ, Printing al.1 Dr. BuUyVCard4 l : wm: unrivalled efficacy' of this invaluable[ medicine. It January: 10, I*!**,. Levied upon as the property of said defendants,

Ctuj'mu.R..r: Sir.'i-, 1"lr.. Guitar. .ndViolin ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW generally cure the Chills and Fever the tint tday, IVotice. Annuals tor 181G.rpHE and to be sold to satisfy aid writs of fieri facias.
Striir, Nim Mii'iit'r ".a.d 'ietar.t.it1 -. ..n.l.I.n..1 sicken the ".madl di- "
Ii or proiluce any >- Leaflets of MemoryNature's Gems, A. A. FISHER Sheriff.
a vearicty of other .d> to IUIIrou. (Uulncy, 1'lorl.L. arreeaMe "-..ii<.iti ni ill I they tem. O.lillo.1'i THE undersigned dulv authorized ac('nt tithe JL ,
\ S. the Land The Opal Friendship Offering, January 21, IS 1C. 25 By K. SACHDJCR, D. S-
of Apalachicola
lo In"II i"n. \T //'IL at .. the several Cwnls '.1 Middle flj ol CHILLI I I I and! 1 I-'I\'I-n.I: \'hen ot'her j preparationhave '- Company, Rose nf Sharon Boudoir Annual,
looK BINDING V ridj. tiid ( it prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts S
: : ot Decatur
County failed ItldJ(1 at to l t'-vv' dn-t-ol
) once a The May Flower Fi njet Me Not Ladies Album Sale first Monday in March next.
: In sill its l>rn<-li-, 1:1.,1.: H,1! ali B<,ut.d .rrf __J!a"_ ..! :: :. it llull't Pillwithout any disposition of a n turn A land within' the Forbes Purchase, as hate not. beenmriil.irly Moss Rose, Chrittiai/s Annual, The Amulet, Sheriff's
of said Land Ptr- Sale.
& of anv *sz* (>-tvlerfi'iired.ttld 1k..kre-tio'i.I! disposc-d by Company
Tiny (require no luffU1it is mmorlliy ol mhs Tn.
acint h
E. The Jewel The ly ,
IAn\Anf 3. ., -.iial interviews may lie had with the uWnU-r at virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the
1 TinMutiral Faculty are 11ftl.r' 1I1..mIh,! Scenes in the life of our Savior BY
";<\ fr sue a Ciyying Pirn, price f 1 10. INFORMS friends: .nt the public unexampled.."., not unly. in Cliill* ari'l l-'trtr, or in the ncichborh'Ksl of Quincy letters rnay be Phakspcare's Gems Fairy Land, office of the late Superior Court for the

P. A. il.\'W.HD.. j .;:tAen. the store on the (Jr- but in fevtrtof all ft pea, cTiide and! rhararUr and dmited to lim. through the Post Offices, at that English and American Prayer Books, Bibles and county of Leon Middle District of Florida wherein I I Ii it Moiir- and Two Hundred l-sst< cnn.ider! them the tno ..fife aiid lunnle-t, "'1 theboost [.lare and Tallahassee Miscellanies in splendid bindings &c., &c. Isaac W. Mitchell is plaintiff and Francis Holdea )
Heal h the Couit I lou.-, JAMES K. r.rrTTNF.R Jl;rnt and Eveline B. Holden, Administrators of Robert B. ;
J L.W I! oPloile certain and prompt f-'tbrifueei\it\ can poibly the Trustees nf the I,ind Co.Jansiarv Toy Books for children. Also, Toys of almost
ct-neral atsortment of 'Jpalnchlcola
'lOn .may iidniiiii.-tered I in the remediate' managtinent olFevers f suitable 'fo for children Copeland deceased are defendants I have levied
.i(; AND MHDICMNF.S.: ;: at 10, l"Ir.| 2'i ly every description presents f S
Every and will
WILLIAM! : { : .&AUUS peculiar lo this country. Full directions for -.-- for Christmas and New Year. For sale bv upon expose for sale, before the Court
I MX f.II1 )practice in ,partficrfbip. orders of Phytici-tnt; alt Planttrt.; u-c accompany cacti l 1s..\. Price One Dollar. THE PATENT G LVANIC KINGS, Dec. 13, 1543. 21 P. A. HAYWARD.On House door in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday g

; TJiey' *ill :1..d .until'i.ftIi.Middle J"ut ijuality IoU CU. For sale in l hs\ LI.WI & AMES -">IeAgents And C..i&lie's Fluid. the second day of March next, within legal hours I
District "I in the Di : The ot CAMPHOR and I CATHARTICLOXKNtJIIS rr IUS remarkable discovery has rc'ei\'fllhe nni- COlIsl;.ment. Lots No. 213. 25.1. 25.j. 2f j and in
Apalacliicola .i.t. County S.%>it:, i. Pi'..I. ;STOV, ruin! may Uloim 1 on emjiiiry > lyinc being ftp..
Thomas (;''Ir ia The Court of Appeals tif Fit rida, : ; valuable articles, and the luo-t agreeable generally at all the storethroii, :ln
and the District and Circuit Co 'rt oft)ho United form 01 1 a.lmili.t.rinl medicineSHERMAN'S June I 11 I, l P'l'. 47 fun Great: I'ritain, and has now been sulliciently long be- .1. Candles, Soap Mackartl Loaf Sugar Flour with the improvements"thereon.

States at Talha POOR MAN'S II.\
S R ; cheapest and be,.t plaster ever (, t I the pulilic "TOW TO GET HEALTH [Miwerandefficaf y'. The Patent (lahanir Rings ,' SpiceGin (Nutmegs,Oriel Apples and Peaches, to be sold to satisfy said writ of fled facias. .

WM. If. BROCKn.NIWOLYi; ,Tallahassee.AUGUSTUS toT RhJnatir, the Back, Side, and Weak- been i found! to answer all the purposes for which the Maccaroni Butter and Oniou, for sale by A. A. FISHER. Sheriff.

H M.\XWJLl.: n(;s, &jc. THOUSANDS of ('r""n. continue to cure them ordinary Galvanic Battery, or Electric and Magnetic December 13, IS 15. 21 R. II. BERRY. January 24, IQIG. 27 By A.J. FisHtnt. D.S. p.SI

>. ''1:,. If .Al-s. DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN or ALL- .. ('nughs'ot. Rheumatic Machines are used t. but arc without any of the injurious
: -rrill I HEALING I : BALSAM,an invaluable article for Colds Affections Small Pox Mea"Ie.. (Vi-tivene, Influenza nhoekt which accompany the applications by Notice. NEW BOOKS, Ac. SIC

holier.SIX Coughs! A-Mima Bleeding at the Lung, Con iiinr- and the host of tlniM- I"dlt'idi'lII of the l body Ihese instrument, and in many other respects are TUST received per Brig Sampson, Narrative cC the
months alter date, the undersigned will prc- lion and its kindred diseases. Pamphlets, containing of the !blood being .nt of order simply hy jier>cveruigly more taft and certain in accomplishing the d'Siredhltjo"t. SIX month after date I shall apply to the Hon. J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Oregon IL

."t ln accounts atid "Old'N" 11 the Jiidgiof c'rlitnh'from |'.n in hinh slandine, reNTtirifr .- i using Urawtrtth'g l"is lulle l.'lIirrnflll'tllll. ) e of Probate of Jefferson County for letters and North California in 1&43 and 4, by Cay4.J.

Ir.0I..f'alla County, as Adminit'rator on tin4 ( cikcts, can had gratis, by aj>- so I long all any symptomt ot derangement in any organ The Galvanic Rinjjs have been used with perfect of disims-ion as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth C. Fremontprice 3TJ ets.

fftI 1hnn. and apply for letters ufditmisM'in plvinc a!a"oT.Jaha".t.\. L relnain. Olten", b% adopting} I this 'flur .-, which success in all cases of Rheumatism acute or chronic Tones,late of said County, decca-ed. The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot WirbLirton, T.

from th,sai< .tate. January 10, l l'lL 2: tf experience lias proud cording to Nature it being apply! ing to the head face or limbs Gout, Tic Dolo. RICHARD TAYLOR. Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's Progress.
JOHN P. IIUNGERFORD. ) merely' asii-ting lien have in few days l been Jefferson County Dec. 20, l-1. 22 6ra
---- uriny a reu\, Toothache, Br..n'hilis..ri, ,', Nervous or Tapper's Proverbial Philosophy,a book of thought* S
; In right tif ln wife, M. J' Taxes! Taxes 1816. restored to health v%hobut toi lirandreth's, Pills,had Sick Headache, Indigestion! Paralysis, Pal-ey Epi- and arguments originally treated

----- -\:-',--h I',. 21 CmJr. fri JIE i having been appointed As i41 been sick for months. The of this medicineis l Itpsy.Fits, Cramp, Palpitation c f the lJl'arl. Apoley M. D. PAPY Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield,
undl'rie ,
JXO. G. (;AMHLi: Jr. X of tht H. nuf for the oun1' of Ln fur tin1present l 11 "I1fll'rin'. '| ', Stitfnew of Joints, Lumbago, Spinal Complairitt Dante's Poetical Works, translated by H. T- City Itv
gives notice attenot W'HENTIIi: : BODY IS SUBJECT; TO MANY Neuralgia Central Debility, Deficiency of m If" I.W 9 The Philosophy of Mystery, by Dendv,
year hereby
r OFFERS his Professional 'rvif to the citizens, the following i for the >o iet>f re-Cfiting i cliangt, it re jvire. iimlirinr.Sudden Nerus Energy, and all Nervous Disorders. Their Practice in all the Courts in the Middle Holmes life ol Mozart, va
and it* vicinity.Nov. pl..e chahiie-, from very ln>t, toclullv weather, effect the be WILL Arnold's
< a li-t of (.f the inhabitantAt : extraordinary nrn.n system must witnessed Office on the first floor of the Cap- Rugby School Sermons,
IS. f 13. 171f tueroprl' are I to health : u.l it i, j fart uniit'riallyadmitte l 11 belu. d itoh tiIT
< nn ,V Wednesday 21st Jari'vReard' to \ and at a certain/wrrrnrVee for South wing room formerly occupied by the Parker's aids to English composition. [
-- -- -- ---- Store, Mirhkie. Thursday, di; si llliat I heal anil iii..itsin are |Ntvve-rful .igi-uts. preceding complaints they! are equally to bo re- Secretary of the Territory Chances and Changes, or Life as it Is,by charles

.I IJ. l n ? Ce-ntreville Academy, Friday 23d dManmniton < in producing ill-erf*', and that constant dry ansi| ( OIIstant cr.ininemled. The Galvanic Rings arc in every wayperfectly November 15, 1S45. 17 Bnr.Iett, Rural Economy, by Boussinghault,

?. ATORfrXU! ColstI.LOH LAW, Saturday 24th do wet '.eathmcr.sre both, 'favurable to its generation harmless, and are sold at prices be within : Book of the Colonies, by John Frost, .

: Ilml01 County, 1'Iorlda.Nf (kstre'ounes, Monday, do ; it does list ..illIi"ltal, vvc-call it : it may be reach of all. Cristie's Magnetic Fluid is used in JVolice.SIX Book of Good Examples, by John Frost,

l p "fU irrnilter li, : I"l Ft-rt llraden, Tuesday, 27 21:11: d.) ague : it may l hc bilious levt r; it m.. IK yellow fever 'o.llIIt'ctiflnilh the Ring, to render their efficient months afll'r Jat..1 shall present accounts The book of Christmas, by Thomas K. Heivey otI

r-al-T\\ "; BUGGIES.: ( "'(.rt Sil"buy. Wednesday,2Mli 1 do ; it may' lie dysolitary l ; it nuy herhe-uniatisin; it action (certain and to direct the Galvanic influenceto vouchers to the lion. Judge ol my Probate for Elinor Wyllis, edited by J. G. Cooper,

., l-lt ", ', :,, at Northern Ctrtirt Ilonic, in Tallahasj.v.Thursday,20thFri) : tn"y be bronchitis; it may U-cholic ; it may be constipation particular parts which arc atr.'le..t. Jefferson County and then apply for letters of dis- The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heiress b}
0 larl" of the bowels it be inflamination nl
and Saturday 3Ut ; may A hiipply of the above invaluable articles just received Miss Pickering,
day.Diith, January
mission as Administrator of the several estates of
("c' CL\RK Jaimarv l ;. 25 C.Vjt.V.. the stomach ; it may IM- a nervous afllttion; hut Mill and for sale by E: BARNARD, Jr., Agent for Silas Ascanio, or the Sculptor's Apprentice, by A. D>-
George RitchieGeorge Smith and John
14.1'1 Krupp
15Ur. & 'IL.I\r. ---. ImTCIIN it u a dlkcac,:uu.1 a di".I curable by the Brand ret h, (fri-lit", at his Drusi ami Medicine Store, Monroe st., niaa. Love Hoxac Smith *
i.iv.-tis1w-r I ictI., _ ____ Pills becau all from tin-) Ackley. ALEXANDER JKKNIGAN.
they remove impmities 'fal1alHls t'e. Pamphlets, respecting the above can The illustrated histoiy of Palestine,by JooKitU, m
Notice.X December 6 :
IS 15.I 20 rom
1 Unl'f Pulmonaryt'vt nn lu.n, body, all that can in any manner feed ,the further \1..1.011 l application grati The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor, &
iii'inths after dtl. the undi rsiznetl vv ill apply of the mal-dy ; no matter Iww called; I thus Januin ISll.| 25
progress 10 2m
of the
fgft CnIJ.lnne.. Mysteries Backwoods, bj T. B. Thorpe- tii
llTioi Crop,1lrQnrilu, t., the lloiiiirable( Jams f: B'oome, Judge these pills are not only' the most pro|'er medicim-, Wakulla ConiatyTAX.COLLECTOR'S thor of Tom Owen,

p. ''W.l4'iJ cFut, .pilil.r 1rfH" I'lolule,of !1".,county',fur letters of dismission from limit l generally the only medicine I hat ned ur ought to Administrator's IVotice. SALE. A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions i* ceec
the eUt of F. Brant, deceased.F. IKused..
fitful., Consumption, /": months after date, I shall present my accounts Needle-work,
Y virtue of the vested in
WIENKER ) SIX me by ,
s: i of /; (ul/ilX. A;(. ". G. V1NGERHOETS, 5 A<,!mr.*. TO PRODUCE THOSE WHOSE OK AGGRAVATE OTUPTIONS DISEASES.TENDSTO vouchers, and! make application[ i to the Judge B I have this day levied upon anti will expose to Fleming Field, Nich Bigclovv, The Orange Girl

-?, rBlHIS arli"l.bas long IKS-II held in high rnlnnaJm. January 10, I.Ii. 2: Cm This class of individuals are numerous. They' are if Proli.ite of Leon County' for letters of di..mis.inn public sale, in front of the Court House, in the couny of Venice, The West Point Cadet, \
Administrator, < the estate of Bartholomew Es- tie oto
t n
of Love and Murder Dnrbin's Observations
ti >u lor the CII.l iliscastNof: the l l'r"3' aiidlungs -- thotc who work in an unhealthy' atmosphere I'Vint- i Wakulla Slate ol Florida IB
u-k of said CountJOHN.
I and l i lioflVredlo Ihe public a a remedy\tlescrvinga For Sale. ('r!, workmen in feather stores,!tt>ne cut!It rs, ileee.ii.ttl .\ MVRICK Adm'r. On lhi-first Monday in August next, East, ClarkVGj-sar, Plavfair's Euclid toct
ltal.l'r"1 Noye's New Music for Window
rid all JM ho thus afflicted.Particular Paper
f each bottle of theinMifine. WELL: selcle Miscellaneous Library e>f then white.lead manuslarl uurn. ,are all more or less JI.III..r t.I"I<5. 21 Elm between the usual hours, the following pieces o Curtains House Paper ami Borders. Ac., ic
dirNiol' accompany A In tlis asc aecordins to their ttrencth of constitution.The i aiAc
English of Mlamlardworks <
Price-V) rents.Tllabartsee fist approvetl (-ittl. -- -- --- -- ---- iarcelsof lands viz : For sale by P. A. HAYWARD-
i of about one thousand volumes. only' method to prevent disease the occasional Thus. Jeff. Heir.
3 riiii-iiling Lot number
lvI S. containing 474 acres,and know January. IMS. 27
I SAd in Florida, hiCO
,: use of a inetlicine which abstrarIs from the cii eiiha.I
LEWIS A. A AIMS, Dnig.'i r'nr particulars. apply to ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. he River Survey according to the original -
I it. I ion all deleterious huinort. and expelllum by Ihexmels. survey

I :' _flccg:'.'rr._II.. __..1 __ __ January ID, IS 10. 2.J JOS.. Oi.F. J/cr"1 County. ,) oft Tonic the evil in I any day form to make are it injurious more they The WILL I continue CouirtsofJe.lThrsonCountyamid to practice in the Superior in and the ber made 42 by, 43 Asa, 41,HartGeld fll, ::. :,3.Surveyor.60. 01, C2 Also, CS,,CO lots 70 num 79 months alter date Notice.SIX I shall. apply to the HOB-

"u..udV.Cnr"Hac, : :iiiitui'i ll.Sslt- --- only, of put Brandreth's Pills: will insure h'allh.l.llbe Superior Courts of the Middle District,and the Conny .0, 81, containing each 300 acres and kmuwn'anJ of Probate for Jefferson County for letteT'of

plieus nud J. \Vnyl! Itaker, LAND 1'oit SALC. i-e they. take all impure matters out of the Mood and sit Columbia in the Eastern Dfctrict.Residence describes] by said numbers according to the original dismission as Administrator of Edmund Gray,I*" toir

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS: AT LAIV, drireiiH:to sell my Plantation on Lake Jack- he"body is not weakened hut strengthened by theirsslcratin at Mouticello, Jefferson County. All survey matl by Asa Hartficld, Surveyor. All the i nsf said County, deceased.
i 1AM. alHiiit nine north of the city of Tala.hiassec lusincsu entrusted with him, will promptly alien- :bove described lots of land sItuated. lying and beng GEORGE W. STANDLEY.
foimeti a | in the practice i nf fur th'valuable Pills do not force, but
HAVE la'leuli"| ,inn 'ilh, almut 711)( acre (>f cf.arcd land. This ( and led to. in the county of Wakulla on the west side of Jefferson County, January 10, 1846. 25 6m
bu- not
and will I i al lent lo hey as-Ut nature arc opposed but hanuonze'with -
I ,
t'- i to of the 33 I he Wakulla River of what is knownas
l lLfP I rfle'e. adlilr li most March 9, IS44. being a portion ----- -
Ilacircare in the Ciicuil hei.
: rtinfided to .a. ( '
mess Administrator's
: and in th Counti. tif Jackson ant oft Ihe irtile in tht Slat., al,1 ha.prolla!inucli cotton A fresh fcupplv junl received and fur sale by Notice. Forbes' Purchase,and levied upon as the propertyof Notice.
i and corn 'lo acre per had a any in the SoutherncJuuitry. AMES the Apalachicola Land Company and will be sold subscriber having obtained letters of Ad
Western Circuit. :UIUtL B. SrcniK.Mi:. will c
I hone to reside at Quincy. :4"W.: C.'RIUCI In .the culture of, Sugar tin the xp'rimnt indillerent of the Agents ( and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate oC Wakulla for the year deceased, late of Washington County, hmbr fIT!'
t: and J. WA..I>K.r.UH..R >t _' One fif lie which had yielded ten crops of rut Ion one by M. M. Mcintosh Madison C. If.; Holmes in and for the County of Jefferson and apply 1S45.AHIJAII hALLS notice to all persons who are indebted to the

. firm "'il 11|fil a part of his time \pal.dli.I., ff 1..0.corn: (ill' of 2J acre, 2' hogsheads til' Sugar ant and & Dexter. Mineral Springs East Florida; Rus& for a discharge as Administrator tie Ion is non of the Shff. and tx officio Tax Col., WakulU Co. estate to come forward and settle the same imroe- drra

ii and attend i l ille add B. Wilson'Carey's Ferry East Florida
place.i. RUDI
There in now 30 acres of cane, which estate are requested to them within t9
2'). I. 1 t. 22 Quincy ; Mount Vernon.OttoberllISF Jcflcrson 17, 1616. 20( Cm Administrator's Notice. present XV
( ___l'f'ul.lwr- ---. ---- "i lie "(r desirable to a selller. The cere laud 12 2m County January years, horn the 8th day of December. 1845,or li"
, p. J U4I Itcfl"ed. tla1 i been cultivated on the horizontal. plaji, hiss Administrator's Notice. ALL persons indebted 'lo the estate of John Saun- notice will be plead in bar of final recovery.
if ands ustaimd but little injury from cultivation. deceased l late of Leon County,are hereby HENRY O'NEAL. Adm'r.
! BY J- R. FORTUNE Printi Mouslain, t reb d'! \ It(orparli."e i! I heat and] liltim, and is ca- R. H. BERRY & CO. A LL persons indebted to the estate of John Ilavif, notified to make immediate payment to the under- January 3.1845. 21LIME. 2m ktth
: ., much it did when have Ibis deceased,late of Leon county will make immo, and all
.f producing. a frstd..rt. unders-igned day formed a Co-part signed; persons having claims against said
Gingham pablo .
Fancy ,
iii. BUck and changeable cplurisitiireCalico.Alpaca fcrown Liiu'iTa. Pt-r-tons rPiino such an estate' are THE under the above name, for Ihe'ran.. .iate payment. ; and all those who have claim ordenands state, will present them for settlement within the .

beiuliful.tyle Phid 'aiid Striped Line>* and Kerseys, nnesled to f"an, 1.- terms of ale will be mission of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS. \\ill i>re-sent I them for settlement toWILLIAM time prescribed by law, or this notice will be plead 1 An BARRELS THOMASTON LIME.j'* it
ble Diaper N. HA VIS
; -ul R II. BERRY. in bar of .their recovery. Ivu
finlinetl ad bo-md niMittIJroans ceivedandforsaleby.
1 onec*> 'fltfmn'" t'h4mth M lfP.\RI. lb P ()(.': Adininiatrator dr bouts nt n LEWIS M SAUNDERS. Adm'r .. p. LADD
!Mai-nl. 'Fi'&r| r JOIr >o
; J) crih; .r' ...t'k. huiil'" i t-l :' -!>' '. f""l] I M$ I tll..n.I, :l I I-I-l In.* J.imiarir 17 tM '1' om Newport, January 31, ll ** It ec


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