The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 28, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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\\l"FI-FANCY rep IIatllt'i"iR, I' \a\t-)Unrtiorlniri YiljllH.GOODS... amt ol :rich: "+hits.and SADDLE Coach AND J. F.-HARNESS HOWARD.Trimming M,AKIN(;.

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f'll1broJt'r-d) Ma JIT, R the .. I'.u '', l'ashmres. i COACH TRIMMER AND S\DPLE .tip If.":. i I_
.rt'\Ij\u+lin lit" ).sine. f'mlr.\tt'rl'fl' V'.T* .'<* MAKER, (rem North Carolina rtirprcf- '
pnbr< +d 'ird lCapJ and ollan., tit I *t l e\'tt. fully informs abe public that lie u prepared to do all
Vhread Editing and tna rup s, = n"Or> : in flit above line with neatness and elrnpatch, 4
Gl bid's I Tiutd &art b, and on rtrj rea onable hr4. He can be fount at

Ltd.ill"t ('unt<, .\rl iH.uk.Thibet u. .- -- -_ __ n ._ '_u __ the Coach-mahin chop ol Mr: II H. Berry. Desirous .
SilV. I'rinse. v..V' ..r"r q.I!! i,' Lv I of i+ermanenll.xttlingAimself! in Tallahassee,

RIM'HLTT &. L! 111m.RI.Elt: : BY S. S (I ILL; ]*. TALLAHASSEE 1: FLORIDA) SATURDAY) NOVEMBER I) :. 2S.,1 1816. YOL, XVHI-KO. 19.] would bet tbanklul lor patronage.
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t i r (: )vtR\olt'5 :nl .\ :I .'lr<. were sHected and I appointed with limited; contracts, for 11,! to 111. Hiimunication of the 11th of October, in relation to the de.< the Attorney General made in conformity to an act of the first Jen. I

t, Gentlemen] or"fr Srnattcni :'! and Southern, two tor the Middle, and Iwo t f.lr the \\'t."tl'rn positesof the public money", I am utterly at a loss to conjecture witb) eral As.wmhTJ-'l"t each of theie ;"diJrdcnu&n., failnl lo rrdetmit

7/tff'W-of Ilrrrt''t1iY. : .:nets dd.e S'ate. TIt.la-I :: the:i' agent have discharged their what view it' was communicated, or what connection there is betwee rigs iindirtakin.*.* to the people of Florida, and ha thnrbyrut.lafed .

In the discharge ol f a high nUl'' ine; ''rative ; I- .to the sitix.ae,tnm ot' th.. .it!;,oii.tmg power ; and. it is believe, my elemin: 1 for our proportion ot the, surplus revenue and the account both the letter and spirit of its charier; and for the rrj Mated

at tin lcem"ut I.fl'I"f annuil + the spirit :in.i letter tift tin u r vvntteii, oiitracM.. For a dl.tailed furnished by the .Vuditor-which professes to show that the various o. and continued notation r f them,'' ax therein set forth-thf opinion tttinijuafifiedlif
Executive rfmm<
\s mbh. lour attention is invited to : hn t i "Miient f.fll! conn a t. entered info, with the q iintitv: and ,'alua. ficers ol the Federal! Govcrnrm have misapplied the publics money and frankly around, "th'itthe hta'e it absolved (ro.,, all

ral ition. !ol the Government fur the current tor. j m ol' the lands located v>'i are ri "t>tett
of such matters as will. in bidJ 'vii be submitted fur your examination at an early day of the I it be intended as a srt-Tto the claim of this St.at for its propoilion Rs ni TII 1)1."

tion adopted.rtfnml""I'II piom.ite interest pr iuu. of the surplus{ reveii'it',1 KOI! 'mnly protest against such a charttagainst I Whether the public! interest may not !IN benefitted by proceedings '

ftfutiif Commonwealth.1.1 .\. this matter. will be 1 incorporated m the report of the Presides the .S/r//r, and respectfully, req'uest the Representatives of th on the part of the State to rid herself) of theo Institutions, should it

In however the taliors i.v.eh! !!;i imrtiolaril thii.iidfit: 'Tin-tee lflw ;J cniin irv' Laud*. I shall dismiss it f C.r I People I toco.orierate with} mil in such protest. appear that cither of the above objections are ta/iahle, ran scarcely) i

romrncinz.. and f,*elinj. (as we d.thtf.\1 !,, : : ('r"Keut'ith the remark: tint 11,1011;, t-i'l'! and practical t'xpcrinwnt Thepeop'i J of Florida will, neither admit their liability for the exon.es admit of a reasonable doubt inn the mean time satisfactory! provision

oblisatnns t for their faithful discharge.r : ::1 th<- lair! I law: esulH.s.iiig! tJt nIi"f', I f'el it to be a dusty to rerun > of f that war, nor fur any misapplication of the funds of the shall be made for the collection and rightful application: of the

" oja higher Vmn ob;!..r r ion.t.,. ; :;! I its rep-al., or: u"h a filiation n or am*nJ:nei.t as will provii federal Governmenthrough UR agents orotTicers.IVoii assets of! ach. .1

"ti gift Ia anrmut: in whose L .i.the! > ; tin iu''! of Ii l'*asi a |orti.i; of th! 1,in.is, and t lor the investment i ufI a subsequent communication from the II(1l. II. J. "'alker"rrf'tarr ,, That these Institutions bare heretofore been a fruitful source of
and ,pirji
fmrn.perlect" for the rich bounties of'< Il's. prox! i I pi', ..ret js ofsj,.h file m M tn, sif: and productive stock. > uf'the Treasury, in relation to this subject} I have the sat bitter personal anti. political! hostility, it is not pretended is of nself asufficient

blessings which we ha\e emoted, rnd td \\ha.fverth'* I Leji-iatU'C; nmdo: m this rr.|,'ct, aIt of fo i istiction: to m'urm; }ou that no allusion whatever is mule: to the above cause lor their removal; but if there he other solid o'' pc-

.. that aid in the d.schar <>f our lu?h .eh. at li'.isi' shoiiK;,(: 111'11I\11":1": will tvet the expenses! of iocatin.;. account. either as :i charge against this State for the expenses of the tions to their exercising chartered privileges, it would not I lessen tho

ubirh nlilit all efforts for the ,' e1 I.' l*< j j+re.rnt, thai, f'111t'n is met |t'J drafts upon the public treasury Indian \Car, or as a s.-t-ofF to our claim for our proportion! of the surplus force of such, if: bv being enforced; they removed theso Institutions,

our Ct'nUU. g U 4i%>* INT cent. anJ t''!.,' 2>cho. Lain: i 11: :iJs ; and by the TJ cas 1 rnvi'nut. 1 have received no :sMrint.e! : how n'r. that this Stat and, at the same time, removed perpetual source of discord, person.

will hehollv im.tItrtu.1 v', or'a";(Y/t.. far lau'ls!' t heir internal Impr .vt'incut.In ,v ill! receive any moneys under the pmv'IMOMS of the Vet of Congres al as well as political.

Vs regardsthe proiiutK nf t our ,nil; it l i.fii'wrr:. '! !' the .*p iris ot th" fmami-I ofUcers uf t the Government: here. of the 23t1: of July, 1-:W, entitled Vn Vet to regulate the depositeof To this subject} (delicate and embarrassing as it is.) your attention .
+ a i t,1,1
isfaction that, nltwilll.talin r ] rnnsriiiili'f'' 11't' tear e'lstiiict.! and lurid statement hf the public ," tinK-ss ssutTicient 'to- that is invited from a sense of to the
siiple ><"lhe S,,ulb. { : I \ u n < mnney5 a proportion purj os(! duty public on my part with a most
of the rewarded preat agricultural the labors of the n. .n&itinu& of iL.1: r.'aury, and oi' its i-wip's and expenditure s shall be nc.'lelfiom'! the Jj'ales with wh.ch thedepoMtes were made, anxious d s're.that it may receive a calm and dispassionate consider :

It health! has enerallprevailed Ji,1anm; aisd l.i tin Its f li+eal \e:,r. .\lloftvlith. it i I.> t'arnh el* sin'd, tin in ronformiry with said .Vet.The ation-the object of which should be the alrancement of the pulil.c! ,

flood .. their % uHiistriil + '\'" fman gnu the .t.-irt..t f'\aminIiun.: to the f'ld'Ihat I am. snipe). subjt <.t, howevei, was !bill.1 b'toe 1 Congress' by I Senator Yu'ce good, at the least practicable sacrifice mdiv'dual i : interest. it !

of the pt01. in 'arit11 t tr: the ( J legislation hereto' +il'' h,id (if i! any there be.) in regard to de'mini!, at its late sl'.ioll. and will, I feel assured), receive the nasionat'e The ( involved t between the Mate and these Institutionsare I !

tented mlt' llatt-ruy.; Ir"llcf. ocn! (, !! n the treasury, or u. extravagant or Useless e'xpen! ,i.turcs. of the con>i,lt-ition of that body (in the opinion of the Executive.) more properly within theJ uris.diction .
: int.r,
and nulu !r* '
tcrpnse grins' prad ialldinnni" ,1 : ; : .iie rnaney. nay be at4ii nd"*cl. To am and every expenditure uf The entire corresj ,,+l 1.;'nee upon this su'ijecf! tO ftll'r with the account of the Judicial Department of the Government. It is for tho

promoted Such ;8t::itc things 1 ht jniv ..i; ui"pin'bl u. : ) t : I !tnjblie' iVils f ilbout! a -respnsrlinz( bfnetit to the j.ople I ', from : forwarded by I ih- ThinJIIIIitor., isoiilile: iri th t K\cctitive: 0:: Legislature (U/Ie.fi 'ell, to determine! whether the Mate will avail it. :

with a increaMn atUchmert! tn Kir n\il{ ; I "< c'uniiigssmli eiifnditurt! i* withdrawn. i i'! is tie duty ofthei tire, and wit 11\! transmitted tll you win ''ver it nuv' be desired. self in the chance in our Government, or of the alleged forfeitures, it'

ne with renewed= z 'al in n+ir ellurts; at !: .''8 meshes, in ei:seharge u' the trust t collided to them to apply! The five per cent. (1.] ,. ih" M.ite*, on the nett proceeds: of the sale, to test the validity ot the charters of these Institutions, and I to e-nlorco; it

tion"-ld: the most t intereMm_ fmlllt..tJ| uhnl. :re.Rarely of public! I.in J> w ilhin, the Mate: to the firM t d.ly o' Jan)'. 1 HJ, has (if practicable! ) a forfeiture ; or whether! it will act i"iisn- 11 the far. I 1.

\tnonp deliberations at the exMingM..+i.,M. und! ( 1 'do} the flit of the peotil! complain! of taxation: as a bm. und, r the dinctioii ot the Ilxec'.tive: : IM} 'en received II) the State her exercise' of their alleged franchises, and overlook their alleged 1

jour attention IN earnestl\ but n'sK', ('ttilsly: iu' i when they know tint is I proceed will{ be jncli"iuuty and hon- Trea si:rerVt acts ot torfeiture.At .

for of the Public granted l h\' the <; ) ; I !.\' djsbunnd. Thev are ftn'v'!. ben ihle ot the nec.'sity of Govern. I the lat si 1'"io:1l1f th" General se'iiMy' ', a n "fJIltionlo the last session of the General Assembly, in mv annual mes.sage i 1.

1 poMtiun ilaie. in trust, f lor lants "e tl'! "in I .is n >... uri!') tr l; their lives, liberty. and prr jHrt,", and that it at'opfed! "autl orisi.ig the, sexes utive to appoint a fit and competent to tint IwdI, deemed it necessary' to call their attention to i t !'

tie aid fur purH the| dart' uI'tu..t prom c. i on'vH' \ siKtanifil In their !peeumm: contnbii'MMIS.ien,, I pt'rson to wt t and} roofs'r with p"rsa, to !hI' nnpomted Ly the llxecu-1; (that portion of our Mlow-citizens! had gust a met] losses in' tho ;

and rni'erlitil! I 'lives of (; *ur'ia and Vlabirni, Cunuai.sioners to run nnd mark late Sennnole w:ir. I !have not been advised 1
', so much t nv! is minded; a'i is i i necessarv fi r an eronom t ; : ai that any action vvai J if

Sate: li\ Internal Schools ImprwJI11.as a tneans uf ditTtKjns' : e''!"* ( il adinittisiratie c,I the C'f'nlU1l'utIH'1i they M't those towhon I the l. liiiiriJ.m lin- b'tw 'i'n the Mates of Georgia: ,\lnIJ.ulI:1! and had upon the subject. \\ hat \'er course that body may have Mt it a r ,

I'rjaiar. people, hi pt,,' i i is cntnisitHl act,ely' .n ig.'d in the discharge ot' their ,'aritJus I I'luritl.t! in rontormity with the treaty t of 17'Jj, between bnaiu and to pursue ill regard 1 to this matter, I cannot {permit this occasion .. 1 !
g ''hf real! mass :
inon has heretofore oft/used a* the C"el, and) in the n,eipt! only of a !lib! ral ompeiisation fur thei the t'nt.*d :ates." lo( pass without a similar recormnendati'n. And, although the pre. 41 i,11 11UIJ

ranre are now littered blilxral endou- : .'-the contribution ((1 repeat) u ever made, not gnid);;ill_I.-,. Tb Ilxecutive: of G:orgia wa5 im.n"dta'ely' informed: of the pas- sent may be an inauspicious time to memorialize C'>ngres 1 for re. .f' f I j

pre:sion the Quit itudc whirl is ii l I with a promptness c'ii1c'c ot the! pilnotic: spirit with which it sige of this I olu'ioti! ; awl with a pro'riti.eevincive of the muncration for losses sustained in the service of the United States I f. i I

with a zeal inJicatilg. I nude. interest whit:!) was ich. for the result! of the negotiat.on, appointed cannot permit myself to believe that their sense of justice and huiiamty I :, ;

fstlJ then, like ours. I'as< ,i aril t ; ; In regard to the amount which the ordinary: demands! upon the Conn i .ioners on the part of his{ State fur that purpos" Vithoatel will allow them to disregard claims so eminently entitled to S :1 1

II government. and whole rca (' t.curill lor | | fir 1 the !last fiscal year. nun require, it alTtrds me I'I.afufC ,*!lay a like un'ttber'vas appointed on the part tf this Stat heir co'isideratio::. k : :

and the pri\ill'virtue and intelligence! ; of!the peop'e'! t assure voj that the [pnsent rates worn( the fro,wtty taxed, if cot I regret to add that as yet, the Cor i nis sinners have failed to A ,vacancy occurring in the Julgeship} of the Southern Judicial ) 1..1Circuit

en ot surh Institutions tint JJ be a tUjet' 'l, will bet'inpU! MilHriejit. S\'crtlH'lt.ssit will be indispensably accomplish i the purpose tor which, the ctJIIUi-ion was raised. Their as also in the dolicitorship! of rthe same Circuit, since the adournment !. i' ;

patronage all and ct'ecialh" the attf I '';:\', in orlertn estimate future demands! with reasonable cer report together with the corresponde uee, is herewith transmitttd of the 1 last General Assembly these appointments have C !

tern of to thl" |. d"Jt'rnn I that important aim n:Inn'its should I be trade to the e\i istill: ; lor such liirtht, action as you, in the discharge of your duty to the been filled temporarily by the appomtmeut( of the Hon. Geo. W. 1:

tires IcolI of such ) stn1.rrtaltce. \ which pros ide lir the contingent eij emsea ant criminal) pro:. Mate iinv deen expedient and pr'JH'r. Hacrae[ as Judge, and Thomas King Esq. as Solicitor; whose term f. : '
In matter,
tie State a but to tJn.our respectability\tal, as! a M\.i I !. within the jurisdiction, ot the Cirrjit Courts.IIv Vt the request} e f the I\eciitivc: ot' this State. all action betweenthe of service will expire with the close of the present session of the J ; ;

!! to the rjHMujtol c l litu .' ref;'rriir tr the report of tin Comntrol'er!' of i Public) Accounts. States of ,Vlabama and Florida in relation to the boundarv, was eneral \ssembly. K j

povernmeut. as l wtU regretted as thai|p. amply ia. 1 will be s"rn tin a large proportion ol the tt'II'JUd..UKn! the Trea- l.utjlUW| t.:!"! the! coitrovers\r.t'tween the States of Georgia; and Dy the 1?Ih section of the 3d article! of the Constitution it is made :
l to e !
deeply of ends so>.desirable, 4t.i t\e I h -ru i : ate suca" could not p*>ssihU ')" Anticipated bv any human *a- Flonda should be settled. I have now the pleavirc to m'ijrtii you he duty' of the Executive to procure{ a seal for the Slate, with such a? J= ;

irent Iuthat is '!h hnunluu: I at the c irnmenceinent the year. \\bather, theitHire the that the corn --poiidet! : a has b'in resu.'ied between the States of lev-ice as the Govern first elected may: direct. Since the adjourn. '1 .. :
useless} inuc mute
Iv ani.uil'v!' assessed J shall !be sulneieiit to bqtudate all the ele'- ,\a! aiin anti: loiida. and that I t'nll'I'ain; too reasonable doubt, that neat of the last General seinbl>, this duty has been discharged ; 5 ,t !

or rrimiu3Uy apathy squandered.The heretofore: : manifektird b} all.! (' j .* that may he made upon it, must measurably' tlepsad! u!,pre the the tidal 6t'ulelll'ut oi that! bomuary will be made at no distant day' and upon application, will be submitted to the General Assembly for ? : J

in the actual of these i ,( auf an'ouni of such claim alter yourtp!| 'unitiifiit.IIv its approval. :

who for were nominal .possession: ') readily ae.-. | i To this suhjeft; thensore, \ourattt niioii is eani'-Mlv, united with : the &i\th section of the act to organize the Cnciiit; Courts of It alfords me pleasure to assure you that the duties assigned the :i ;i:

too, : heretofore Lad in regard to li? anxious desire: that the law now ml farce iu relation to it, linT ihis State, 1'1 1 and approved at the last seseiou ol the General Executive in the various resolutions adopted at the last session of the .t: I

of the )legislation \ Ieisl l l I to amended! as not ouly to dimmish the eijtenses rrti'rred to, but t _Vs"mMv! ), the Judges are not permitted to preside ortt'ner than once (:leneral ,Assembly! have been discharged. All such correspondences ',I !

I It: is true that maucfrh.tins, \i\ a- many..rtfr in I ." '', to some f'1!put. the li,cal! ofnce-rsof: the Government, as ill two years ill the same Circuit. Xltho'ijh the provisionof the became necessary, in the tulrmivnt; of these several requirements, u J i iis

rear were, awaited to protect leeb'v propi! have >dwy I I as the Judges of the Circuit Courts fjoni the* xmaibility: mised let which adopt the aUen.atius svstem, are in my judgment preferu now on file in the Executive Office. t il

nanif sth it ; jet 'go without even. r ) :: I 1 upon theca bv the existing law.. li'e'! to locitmg then perinaMentl\ in the Circuits ill win*'h they reside, \fterthisreview of the condition of the financial affairs of the i t f
the trespasser tnjfw ( I In coiiiieciiun with this 11'tl' .cz.l take this occasion to recnnmend u.t. with due d,.Terence to the: L.211:itureit would seem to .aC that state, and the recommendation of such measures as I have deemed t l ;( ,
a TLc lands, in 'natty tuVances", tare 11 i 10 lie auopteu, i uvau myseit oi me p n ire ". ol a few h
mi ht wtiien would lint the eipeuiem
fa tax be.!JaiJ ol on* dollar all suits at Common Law, and am ndm"ittf ; tie made only unprcic i
In the year l.lj: the Legislature or :UliZf'tl i tvvodo'lars* : all lulls in Chanccrv upon be collect and accounted vston, bit it the same time n'nu\t. runny olyections which an :losing remarks to congratulate you and my country upon the wise I !
of the Seminary Lands, sufw on the and patriotic: policv! that has thus far characterized the aJnmstration i'
ur.t'r'uuM ajani-.t Thc Judges hy act. are fl'IIIlired existing
l .' bv UH Mierilf of the C unities -respectively| l in which such suits: now seriously urged ,
It in" to a* pleasure
in it so
the several Circuit succession.
piace. afIrs be instituted l to lie I applied e-xclusnelv to a provided t lor the lo preside u regular
of that hint of the ; tract from of its measures, I I he ItCrmut': ', in an
% industry Buur. : of the ol the Court in \diieh such anend as to give to the Judges! th'.mv l\es the nlotulI'ut! of the any may especial 0 f
ce'stully pra itis-:1 l by leg!et" nd tr;'*!iias "--" { ; 'f1t continent expenses Circuits: proviltd that no Judje shall 1 lit' allotted to the sirne Circuitttvu manner, to allii'e: to those already' consummated, which not only r ,.!, ,

corrected. Hoard n.'Ct.rth"1..s. rt'n.ter,1: ; i j shall originate. i romaiLs this and I have 'e in an I
and of t i .t tw ackiit.cuat : mi important st.cccssion. the and happiness ot the several members' of the Confcdrac ;
lie without pecunnn cuinjKMisatnti. ( wisdo-n de' would not only prosperity -
". I am rot unaware of the fact: thatromp'auits have beetimade I'fII\'i..ioll"l[ :1& your clay etn proper preserve J
dell to discharge die trust with that active *. that ** the taxes arc too high' and. that the (ihe object;; \\\ch.: the Legiiture! had \-il'w.llut 1 lessen to no mco ii >. : 1 ,
extent expenses
: >
w tiM'
lion would in.ure. Ft"of liaie R" ior'utiat Gwvenum ImllfAC'.Maril! 'xlra\'a ant." In) reply to such .Jt rable: \tttit the 1 ibors; and expMiv, ul'the! Judges, which they Among these (eminently conspicuous for its momentous congruences. t .
the ;
render valuable! serrices to the public are of .) is the Junary arJ/JI'JatitJn of an nuhi ciiJent RrjmbliCj of
aided to ( J'f'I UI.I in fI (and as an act oi justice lo those to whom the! adtniuu.ttra. now tieees anv! incur Irom having to travel} from one extremit\ ] > id
tic loss which our pnrale interests mwH thei } has bt ei'lms'etl I !' ui'M the Mate lo bv. otht r. It u i believed, also, that it woil'd' turth-r like customs, institutions! and language with our own ; whose Ion? i
won respectfully
'it'the (tovernment u )
1 : !
It is. therefore, a matter !'JI"uit.t! lo :rUlt Guvernni"nt. eitntnnhn- ihmmish the 'abors t.f the Judges without.prejudicing the pubiicgotitl tar thenceforth added another light to the proud banner orthe stripes = ;
{ w..I.! that e n ei.'e'niig i::j"in a State nnn) 1 .
derive ; and stars that now Hatill triumph over this vast amt still inrrrttiag
ccfls.deration i to a mire .4eriect "Ut'U. th the ot f exchanging with each other tor
) '., iiiijsi Ierestardv;I be tneurn.1! beture it c:in pasMhlv i lie to give in ra
of such vast to the { : tj/tfain onfederacy ot IndepenJent Republics. t I
ceptible | within their Circuits.I
imlH1rmce :1:1h' ourt I
In lelatiou to the organization of this: Government, it all) court or :
those v'ho are to succeed us., uutf made lo. \ \ ; ;\be' remembered' that it was eollnrneed! without a dollar in the I am not tnawarc of the Idd, that there! are those who;e opuiion Not less important is the permanent settlement of the Northern CII

rijcb was intended. i ih-luguished and eminent juristare jus'ly!! entitled! to the )ounJurv of Oregon ; by which |peace, with all its blessings, has .
i the dowra; .IvsemLlv'vas! eoiivemd and activel\ as
Experience has fusty tested t the inef ffu ieoe\ } .;eJ fur; h.a-y three tnontLs within the first! six iiou'hs after, its n'.p!! and confidence, not onlv ot the Legiiture! but of the Ilxecu-I: ecn secured, (and, it is earnestly hoped peruetu itcJ,) between the tH

tion. Lnases have resulted in the waste ot the ; tht cwafi. and fur this as well) as every other lice, wh
uable addition to the fund.1 .thotit iute'all: : t ( : :. mto >l he ieracv asess"tl; and aid mf't she rctiwiribe; tu! Imldanfra} term.n" doubt from such a source should: prompt | ciaJ intercourse, friendly relations, and hopes of lasting peace, had. t i:!

gislatun-the particular course which it onjiit I ; th**.first tYles item were in the to aeeount roul! l bt,j jaid.> In this st:tte of things he Le' i i,hture! to remove it bv l I. is'ation'! ; provided!, such te'nils are j (from this perp'rtual source of irritation,) for the last quarter of a i if ,

Inn:ed to rcinaik that. from :care!.! ox: : l I ( with K\\ credit th,* to the speedy aliMinutrition.; ot jus'ice.! In truth the Cou.ti'tition Miturv', been so seriously interrupted and alarmingly I endangered.Nor 1
: would 1 ug bK".in je. n, in tinder tu lu.gin : ueceary
t ;
with, less satisfaction that I ; I I
ter. and after hawing liven it tha' deliberation bib the d 'uid of the Mate re''lires)' that "courts shall be opened to all, n it am Permitted to congratulateie
be ] t4 tn 'et m *
should MJlfiid'utiJ upon
r! iko eminently entitled, the cIJu\'icifn* or,rm ;: ; T..un.othin s mire was levied.11 I that could! bo collec- ind ri..ht andjjsfice be utlllini"If'red without delay." agricultural, commercial and mechanical industry ot"the country Ii 1
lo oUt: m : : with the view of the success of that great measure of relief by which other II tildu'trialpur"mt.
to all ;prints where it is necessary I that Trom these extraordinary ra- I It is, then, respectfid'y, recommndeel, (not only IIpOI\ every
has keen to e.
chou l be :lPllittd puipo heretofore ubeme to capital, has ,
Fueh application i. both the manUfacturing
for j power to all doubts this subject. important as it to t.'t
fel !hP rclienld'U. hev upon
the M .t must, at no distant day, it is I removing .
the : I : I .s IJecn unshackled and which by its prospective influence, r.
Iministerd partial ;
tad all others belonging lo :ta't. "blmd the amount ; Slate and to its citizens, but tint justice miv. be speedily ) t
& I ''d, with erupt r eco.io.ny as to nrdtnirtirip'tidi.urcjs, racticallv demonstrates the absurdity of the recently diicnrcrcd' the. :
tuch times and on such termt. c.r wit'IIIt'h ,'d f and i1J baud to the accused and to the Mate,) that ..
ditnittalieti. expenses
a* to the uantitoffered, and 1 tine and urdf! : i ..-<+4 d f in:it bt*. to K'mvtt'nt, I ed. his discretion during the vacation of ory in political i economy, "that a tax upon foreign articles of con- r'
] lu e..rlufectinr! ; with th. tmanr.'s oi the state, I willril'lh'' ref;'r to he Ilxetiitue: he an!hon> at y .
fur the palt t\ of the find mag2-st : 1 nndi. the J..l l ol Probate imption reduces the price to I h" t r
regard Com by lge
f"r'the he Circuit u, apjilicition r
ol, till last t'I1C'CJ1'II'mlI; ) -. .'lItill"II. .\\\ Act pro- i.pon
: act the of Mexico and the Unitedtales r
The war between Republics' ', ,
inviolably existing
hall I tosue
of Commissioners
fueL sales app.na' the of !Florida." Pu.siiaiit to the of! anv county within the Mate, or of the County ,
r..lll'lit". count
of : on
t ie will direct attention, as a matter of self dc. n
purposes for which they were uri-inlh-; ini' I ill the I a eoiniuisM'HI of Oi>r and} Tr.rtUII"; r to( any one ol! the Judges : necessarily your )
of the Art were rlpoinlj'u \iri-
iulr: rnatimi teinl.eetiou roiiinussione-s .' to the adoption of such measures as will etlect a prompt and 1
1'oruiore \aluabluanddetailed! } of the Circuit Courts, whose' duty it shall he to hold said l court forth- nce, J
.t1i lriI boicieriiig the cenvt, and iurnishtrd t with the lucre of dIe The of thetst
upon of tho State. act
: niuUt'! to the : for the toroush organization .militia.
J ct.}our attention is respectful willi. and) who ,l.alllll'i clo>h' d wit'i' all the |overs necessary t
wish in this
I ouch
the :Weinman Lands l 1 httiis, to enable: .is might tu ngagf pursuit for the Legislature i upon this subject, has been found to be, in many ofprovisions "
report of the Trustees ol opportunity of doing -o, without ineiirnngth penal'iesof! the act. trial of all touch persons as may be impmwiicd under charges I I I I r
ib wholly impracticable. II
f.lre'tU at an earl day. ion of crime the piini,hnu'nts for which are declared( to be 1
It.will be obserxed) ;In' referring to an art l :\\ the lath' section ol the same lieu, it itt mule: (tht duty of the eon cOl1lmi Many volunteer! companies (both of Cavalry and Infantry) }have '

; .ion' rs thus appointed, to make I'lartc'rl.r retunis to the Treasury' nlamoiis. the and when armed will it is t .
been organized daring current (
tiMth} of eptembT, 1-41, that this Mate is I I'nde-r the provisions eif the "i'h section of an act of the General: year 1
and all received such
theSt.iteof a1l1ict'lI..es granted, moneys by be found to be efficient force for the defence of the !
cres of land, lobe selected and located within the inu 'nalh-s and ioricitures under Vssembly, approved em the i!::JJ of July \* \i, it is made the duty of ilieved) t
for s,
::ssioiir; puviiig t'S pt
; tate. K
also 1- and (
will eiTtcl
It the
of" the Executive -
iuternal Iiaproxement. General; to to operation
that xtrli'> ; t fill Inht' trot: Mondiv of October! annually, to pay the saute into tlHltornl'J report of the Legislaturewith! The State's quota] of arms, under the act of Congress of 1803, has i ;t:1 t
report h'r'with'11mlil1t'dIO you, Thus far: the Act has been literally a deadtier 1
thla public Trtasurv. heen forwarded by the Department{ at Washington ; and when re- ,;
the legislatiori
heated under the authority an act I he decision of the courts thereon, and! referring to previous ,{
made with the -
been two
i returns having :, exception quarrl ) of deem I would .
no will be
as t
ol HI'-itth'T in his opinion the cei'eJ. disposed you may proper. res.cttully
Pro\iding fir the apjiointment a the t uliect"ith such i1l.mc.. lio.I'i as i
the commissioner oi the of 1J,'nton, with- on '
fine county oJ
returns recommend that be distributed such volunteer w
with the \ of the among
\ another
fund provision
.School to
bran reined from the interest denund. In conioruntv!
the 7 tinJer its iiblm tray
part for Internal Impro\ement \\1:: (\,." I : however any' contribution nded that to the Vet retsun'be n'p.a,1. or so I'nn-i..illnli.amended the same art, this report is laid before- you, uiid will I ft.t'l! assured, companies as now arc, and hereafter m'ly Lelt'gallf organized ; and ; I
therefore ret oimn< from ,
is tor their demaad
security l forthcoming
t! au-
such (en
the itled.amen proper
of the Generalssembl\' with regard to thJ atttntioii to which it is so justly cut upon J
that to enforce its prompt execu'ioii. It will scarcely be pretended that receive 1 I: to Mib- thorin') as may' nsure that object ; and IJltlllSuch security bo given, i I Ithat
"! which thought
there land, it is recommend* no portion and Iwrcl lifC I tin Luau Mi4" stion> ave proper
the Vet these profitaIe :
of extensive
the the of the Master! General.: ,
passage they be under care Quarter
ration there non
considt' are
Internal of its t I
apj.hH to of Inipnneuient. tin; : as woithy
purposes| fisheries have been abandoned, nor is it doubted) that the right to mil to f.egis.ature That'there should bo conflit. opinions the millions who i i'
recommended that iitv Mate Constitution, among
iththe ferhool lands, it is so thui: tin amendments to our
in them s is as clear and unquestionable' as theigh more emim +
I'un ignersengaed the population of this Republic, as to the expediency of the = S
> e
proceedmet ted Umjiojarily; in such (' etnhracted] the loliovvui.: euuuieratsnu, to \\'It : mpo ,
> Tax of within the State and I in
other species' rop'r'y ; yet Mexico would accord with the 01the
lo any the General Assembly resent contest with only history i
,ion ;
l.TotLose l.
lain annual income to the fun 1. Biennial instead ol annual ne+
; ht have been if col- '
source oi revenue profitable as it mi; under similar circumstances. The enthusiasm, however (
who are familiar with the history and the term of service uI! the number-, M> amended, as to conioiuithereto. past
is at jtrnnit rly worthless. which thus l far seems to have animated all, for its vigorous proseeuan t
in of the States, >
tal Improvement many' J satisfactory mforniHtion, attention! i is invited' to a of sentiment : f i isere
For your that whatever
more the conviction diversity r
the ,
instead of within: warrants
wealth and population vastly| superior to A residence of six mouths( two years,
communication from the commissioner bfore alluded to, t
the b\ that
of all! alike
I that impelled holy res-
be are
in respect
here tosutua '. !
be advanced in ol the position r Iiticalion: may
support I State, a necessary !
this ,ul most heartily concur.greeabh
whose'iews on >ject the ",th article that the election lotion which patriotism everprompts-"Right or wrong.our country
in of
at to extensively boaiuenJthe 1:111 Hction ,
prespnt engage :U. ;
tempt the of an Act of the last Generals.- I
"nh the funds now under our bole control \ to requirement ol the rritorial and Mate Laws of Judges of the Circuit Court, bo Inn after male by the l'n>i>lc by fir rst and last, and all for our countrv. 1
for a Digest and terminated is doubtless
providing be successfully ,
ult in their expenditure without ), with additional (rllrralTckt.t.; from the whole State ; and that their term utaervlcebe That it may speedily I t
: also in compliance an
: 10th 1)ec.1E41) as sired by all. Its triumphs, however brilliant and however gratily-
fctate. limited to not less than (ire, nor more th in trig )tan;
Dec. 11 which
2th 1
uf the same session, approved provides when graphical! portrayed but of
l the are pictures
The however i* submitted with til not be improper here to remark, that the ndmentshere rig I to jMtriut I
subject the Statutes of Great IJritam may
and arranging of which the
th collecting ;
for susceptible no colorings philaiii'hrost
the misery, upon -
for > irnan
entitled. fit n-
the attention to which it is recommended, had engaged mv attention, as subjects ce
receive General! ''Mtull force ill this estate," a commihsioner was appointed for that purpose being our \ can dwell, without emotions of the deepest sympathy pain und aegret.
General That.ll11\\'c.t'r.
At the last session of the the of the Legislature, who entered, with deration( ot the I last t ; Assembly I
establish the office of llegikter Public ). \ ; to of hin duties and will be prepared to first session under the State Government, and Us organization being) .
the discharge allowed to the which
I delay, upon 1 withheld from apprehensionthat Yet, while we are approve feeling humanity
session vesting the an
were ,
amendatory act of the same conformity to the Acts referred to, at no distant day at that time incomplete, )
in the National
the failure of ike a report their consideration might have a tendency to embarrass the ray dictate, and to regret existing war as a calamity,
iXMnlmentof Register, upon!
a the adjournment ol the present session. the of such measures as were locale.1! indispensable justified, however, as we l believe it to be, by a proper regard for the
such appointmcnt.c The Legislature adoption
,evident from the I certainly do not feel m)self at liberty to decide upon the merits ofa Legislature in ition. That measure being now accomplished 'hts of our fellow-citizi and the honor of the Republic ;) nevereless -
such selection.; Ills cry when completed, it ha been made my duty to approve or to its speedy organu less not to such
which only adopt
and ork to recommend their our duty is not imperative, meases -
avail self of the first opjiortiimty
manifested that ill Irequent be I
body Nevertheless 1 my
ma direct. may per and insure the and ,
) as my judgment ) conviction alter mature deliberation, that as may be necessary proper, safety main
the office,that no ordinary importance{ was of the Commissioner, and the adoption, from a thorough
to say, from the high reputation the Constitution, they will have no inconsiderable tin the lair fame of our Slate, but heartily to cooperate with our +
pontibilithenthniriigh respoiihibilii manifested that when completed, it will it incorporated into
interest which he has effort to restore an honorable and
>t' of the and the mmon country every permanent
is } the interests people pros-
another department of the (;eminent, it be alike creditable to the Legislature that directed, and to influence in promoting

pole that this new depositor I ) of the trust Commissioner who accomplished this arduous and responsible pent) of the State. under the acts 'ace Deeply sensible of the duties imposed upon mo by the Constitution,
and other of the Hanking Institutions,claiming privileges
rnagmUxle. It was from this Two '
late Territorial) Government"still id animated with a becoming zeal and anxious solicitude to dis.
pointmcnt has l been made. The duties of task.lu fulfilment of a duty enjoined) upon me by an Act of the Gene of the Legislative Council of of the of their franchises, without the ability harge with fidelity the responsibilities involved in them, no effort on I
Len ly the Executive, and have thus far rcc'i 23th 131.' ;, a communication was ad continue ill the exercise many
\s;embly, approved July, their acknowledged liabilities. iY part shall be wanting that may contribute to the accomplishment
\ion to which i. believed were M llth of Octo. (it is believed) to discharge
it they d to the lIon. Secretary of the Treasury on the exercise such since the admission f purposes so desirable.
"* they have been performed to the aat will be found in tbo appendix to the Whether they may rightfully powers
may Providence
ton of that year, a copy of | the State into the confederacy, without the express assciitof That all your deliberations, under the guidance of mays
ken can only be determined bv r a careful of the General Assembly, page I:. document No. 5. of of the Government, is a question seriously directed to the happiness of the People, the interests of the State,

done. On the 25th of April last, a communication was received from the the Legislative Department and I add, was not without its influence with id the prosperity of the Union, is the most anxious wish of my heart.
To secure as much valuable land as was Auditor, accompanying an account against the late Territorial doubted by many; may Directors in behalfof W. D. MOSELEV.Extent.re .
in to appoint 11
*!**'}to enter upon the discharge of the for an alleged balance due the United State of $95,* the hut General Assembl, refusing by referring to a report of Dejtartmfnt, Kortmber 20/A, 1840. : !
\ It will furthermore ,
adjauntnent of the With this be the State. appear
fc'guen Legislature. ;'.' f/. A* the letter of the Auditor does not purpoit to a reply
wpectabilily. and of acknowledged

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.q JOURNAL OF TilE PKOCKKDINCS: -- Mr. Westcott- -- offered- --the-- following- -- -resolution-- : -- ------- --Mr. Rfardou- offered-the followingasa- sub. ord be, such appropriated site and lands by force shall of be thh deemed to the and said takento in- the Tallahassee county al is large, a\ei a the streetil

: 4fl f the House of ReprescntaHrfs of the second Central ,wnWy of Ruor That a committee b appointed on the part of the Houseto stitutc therefor : 1' stitution. ac the good, highly creditable! to

it the Slate of Florida, begun and Md at tlie Capitol the ctty of committee as may appointed on the part of the Sn. ReMrd That a copy of the laws of the Sec. 5. .fruI e iljurther enatN. That so soon respective persons whose char?e

.; -.f Tallahassee, in the .'tac }'loa the Iu.ufy-Ihinl ate, to wait o the Governor and inform him that a quorum each Committee, and that a the board of regents tlectrthe s..id they have been during the past year

1 ; day of A'orerafer, A. D.,o being o.lomlfl.P fourth Monday of said two houses is assembled, and that the General Assembly is now read the Speaker and Clerk have a copy each. site ing,,of they plain shall and cause durable to be erected materials. a and structure The countv for future is free from debt, and in re.

1 : mcl/ l) to reci.e any communication be may be pltv to make. Which was rejected. \ithot unnecessary ornament and of sufficient size source contingencies ample I

I \ day, being the day fixed by the Constitution of/tlii* State .Which being adopted, Messrs. Westcott, Gould and Towle were The question then recurred upon the adop. and with suitable rooms or halls for the reception long as its financial affairs shan continue to

Li for the meeting of the General Assembly, at 11 o'clock! A. M., Mariano appointed said committee.Mr. tion of the resolution oflered by Mr. Finlay. and arrangement, upon a liberal scale ol objects of be conducted with ability and fidelity ft

I D. l.p| Clerk to the late House of Representatives, called Gould offered the (rowing resolution : son, and ras carried in the affirmative. ) natural cabinet history; ,alio including chemical a geological laboratory,nancralogical a library.- gratifying been achieved to know that this prosperity It"*

: the! members elect to order anc proceeded to call the roll by Coun. Resoled, That the supply' each member of this House Mr. Avery moved the House take a recess a gallery of art, and: the necessary lecture rooms ; of not the by neglecting the claim

!. ties, when the following named members appeared and presented the with stationery, and keep a memorandum of the amount deliveredto till 3 o'clock. P. M. ; and the said board shall have authority by themselves poor and destitute, or a failure t to Inake

.',.. ciidencc of their election : each member by him, to be en&r yjx>n the Journals at the end Which was lost. or bv aeommitteeof three of their members, : liberal appropmtions for all necessary

From Ilrnton County-Charles Russell. of the session. On motion of Mr. Stockton, the House ad. to contractor the completion of such building up. I useful purposes.Hecently aDe

.. ; From Calhoun County-Napoleon H. Stono. Mr. Towle offered the following as a substitute thcicfor, 'iz : journed till Friday morning, 10 o'clock. on such, and plan shall a take may sulicielt b!directlly!uritv the for board the building ot regents :-. and emerging from a state' or Jfpemf.
. thrown
:. From llscatnliia Coulty-Owcn M. Avery. Rcsoltal, That the House be authorized to purchase and finishing the lame according: to the !.mlllan. ance, 01 our 0\1 resources foi

1 .. From Franilm County-James F. Farrior. thirty) dollars worth of stationery for the use of the members of thishouse BY AUTHORITY. and in the time stipulated in each ntract ; the support of law and order, and scIf20T.

; From II. GiUon, Louis (In-gory. John and that he distribute the same as necessity requires, keeping so locate said building, if they hall deem it propr. eminent, this condition of our loa'
-4 Gadkn Cuwly-Wm. at the First as in appearance to form a wing to the P.tenl Oliee affords abundant subjects of
Laws of the United Slats(
.. a (:I. Smith, and Philip A. .Stockton.From an exact account of the amount received by each member. passed building, and may oconnect the s.Wleith the present the confident congratulationand t
ConresvCH belief that the
Session of the other
Hamilton Cony-Fraiick Hroward. Which was adopted.M. Twrntr. intl hall of said Patent office building, containingthe coun
I From -William Hancock.From I. Westcott offered the following resolution, viz : I national cabinet of curiosities, a* to ror.itilnte ties will rival or excel us in the determina .
Ilillsbirough County
.i Williams.From Resolved, That the Standing Rules and orders of the last Houseof .\P. 17*-AN ACT to establish the Smithtonu I the said hall in whole or in part the deposite for the lion that our young and rising shall not
4.. 4 Jacb" COml-Owen Institution, for the increase and diffusion of know cabinet of said institution they deem it expedient disgrace the glorious
of Flonda be and made the rules and confederacy of
L. and John Representatives arc hereby
Jefli rsun County-Joseph Cooper FinlajRon. ledje among men. to do so : Proeuled, saId building !h.l be located she is now a member.
: From Leon County-Simon Towle. Thomas I K. Leonard, George orders of this House for the text ensuing five days, and that a committue J.mt Sniithson, Es1.| of London, in the kingdom upon said Pate:it Office lot, I:. tIle manner aforesaid; : In
1 Monroe, and l William: M. Maxell.I of.live members be appointed to revise said rules and orders, ot Great flmitin. havin bv hn last will arid U-'ta. Prvruted, however, That the whole tponll of the taking leave, the Grand Jury cannotre-

Madison John Westcotland Malcom. Mclnto&h. and report within the said five das such alterations and amendmentsas rent given the whole of; his:property to the bin building and enclosures aforesaid !hal excee-d rain from expressing their high coniders.tion .
Prm County- ted States of Americ., to found at Washington, the amount of dollars ; which sum l! hereby personally and officially to the
be deemed advisable.Which Honorable .
.. From Marion John (;I. ReanJoi.! may
.t fiounty- under the name of the Simtluonun: Institution, appropriated, payable out ol mOle in the Treasury the Court for the
t : liml Orange Gll1y-\aron Jernijran. was adopted, and Messrs. Westcott, Towle, Woodrjff an establishment for the increa..and diffusion of not otherwise appropriated together with such um with which have amenity been and verbni

I From Santa Rota Cuun'y. -Llijah Gailor. Reardon and Ward were appointed said committee. knowledge among men ; and the (Tinted State or !ums out of the annual. interest, accruing to the ty they treated,:
. From : I). Fisher. Mr. Wcstcott offered the following resolution : luring by an act of Congress received said prop. institution as rmy, in any year remain unexpended as for his frank and lucid exposition of the
.t .:.. n-altol County-George That the standing committees named in the erlv and accepted said trust ; therefore for mhe after paving the cuirenl expenses nf the institution law, and their duties and obligations as Jo-
From I \lrgtol Ct'ldy-Stephen Daniel. Resor.tt sc'erl faithful execution of said trust according to the .And duplicates of al audi contracts as may b rors To the Solicitor also
: Mr. Towle \ that the members present be now sworn by the Rul(8 last House of Representatives, L appointed by the will of the liberal and enlightened don r- made by the said of reg<'nts shall be depositedwith tender their thanks for,his they desire t

'. : : Hon. James E. Uroome, JuJge of Probates for the County of Leon. Speaker. Sec 1. Be it enatted bif the Senate an,Ifmne ..fRrTwrmtatilr the Tres.trc of the tinted States ; and all of unvarie courterr
t ..# S \hicli Which was adopted.A of the United States nf America in claims on any Co'tract made as aforesaid shall be deportment, and the aid
preidilcd. informed Ihe Conzreii asiemhtrd. That the President and VicPresident alb wed and certihcd b) the board of regents. or theexecutive them in the discharge of their duties rendtred
; the oath b\ the Constitution of tlm Slate committee from the Senate was received, who
hereupon required was of the United Slote.theScretay ofSlote, committee thlr"f. as the case may be, would also him Tey
congratulate his
I adminit-tcred by the honorable James E. Broo::( Jud, f of Probates House thai the Senate was organized, and that they were also in. I the Secretary of the Treaur .the Secretary of War, and, being signed by the chancellor and secretary of in his official on zeal :

fr leon CounUto: the following named members, to wit : structod to wait on his Ixcelleiicy the Governor; in concert with a i Ihe S'cretar of the Na\v, the lustmHte: General the board, shall bea sufficient. voucher for sett lenient industry capacity, as well I
t '; on the of the Hou-e, and inform him that the Gene the \ttorney Gt.eral, the JIti"I and the and pa bent at the Treasury of the United States the legal resources manifested t on occasions
Charles Hu ell, (). M. Avery, James F. Fom ior. William II. GibKM. tommit"p part .
: I ommisiioner of the Patent Oifi e of Ihe Unittt And the board of regents shall auth' ri7d to ctii- calculated to teat the patience and
. ..1 (; A. Stockton. Owen I.. ral .\!.(mlh'as now organized and read. to receive any. communication b ability
I.cwi. rl orj, Philip Wiill: Joseph States, and the Major of the city of Vahirmtomm, ploy such persons as they mav deem necessary to one of much greater experience
;: Cooper, Jniu! Fmaon! Simon Towle, Thomas George he ma) desire to make. curing the I lime for which I the) 8h.l hold their re- superintend the Iretion ot the buildings and fitting longer
: O :'Iour William M. Maxwell, Malcom M. h. John G. Rear- The committee appointed to wait on the Governor returned and spi-ctive offices and such other ;ptrorn a
" don, Hlijab Gailor, George I). Fisher, and Stephen-lcntt Daniel.) f'pMtelthat they had performed the (lilly assigned them, and that elect honorary members, be, and" thy are hereby the protection of public property in the city of RICH'D WH[TAKER, Foreman.
: an establishment by the of the Washington apply to, and be ill force for, the
I the) Governor expressed his intention to make an immediate commu. ron'litltf nome !t.al -
There being no quorum sworn in, on motion of Mr. TowIc the .SmithiOlian Institution for thc'ItJPa and diffusion of landbuildm.'s, and other -
" protection pioper-
i1 : member adjourned: till to-monovv morning, 11 o'clock. -. nieation in writing to both' branches of the General Assembly. of kno\led e amon1, men ; and I by that nam ty (.f said institution And all moneys recovered THE FLOllIDIAiI"LET

f : The following message was received from his Excellency the .hal be known and havt perpetual lutcCion. \ith l by, or accruing to, the in-tmtutinnshall. be paid into I

-J I i ,.; TiTt-nii November 21, 1 10. Gon'ro: Insert Message.Mr. powtrs. limitttions and restrictions hereinafter he Trea-nry cf the United States to the credit ol ,| -- ----- :- --=
of the Governor's be contained and no ctber.Smr.c. the Smithsonian separately A LO c. "
" Ward moved that 500 Message I'cfult. ant aCt untet ts ,
; : 1 The members rs met pursuit to a'ljoumment and the jo'irnal of copies 2. And beit tuither enacted That so much' for, as provided 1 in the act approved July fr.t, eighteen --_-- _=:-_-:: :----: :: ---- --
, I jesterd iv's proceedings was read and appro\ed. piinled.Mr. of the property of the said J a rues Smithson as hds hundred and th'rty; six, arceptin said ,uestScc. LTunJ.so.r.uur.n -28, -1816.
;:: Reardon rn'.tllhat 1000 copies be printed. been received in mono) and paid into the Treasur. 0. .1nd be furthrt tnacted, That in proportion -
: The named members who not :nlilVd e'ter. -
t following were on --- ----- --- ---
; ; "; q M r. Stockton 'JOO! copies be printed. if the United States, IxMn.; the vim of flee hundrei as suitable ran be made for --- -
;, : dawere Edward Jus'ite of mO"(11 arr.lgt'mfhB CTJ-; We are requested| to Mat that there
.s on motion sworn bj : :1 \\1f. a The for the number hiving the thequestion ant fifteen tll'Ji11,1 onhimnilred and six v nine their reception, all objects and of foreign anl wil f
largest :
: i % the peace for the eIxIity of Lon, to wit : J011"tr.t., Napoleon lotion precedence be lent to the United States. Treury at 8i\ curious r..arrh, and all "ljt" of natural. hi-tory Divine service in (the Presbyfenan Chnrrh to-ow-
the made bv Mr. Reaidon was then and 1
;t : :: B. Stone Hrancis Urwardaron Jcrnigan, John G.: Smith, and upon moiJ: pct 1't. per cent per annum interest from the first day of plants, all geological seAl! .5111 SiclJ. row morning, at I II o'clock, by the Rev Mr
I I.. William Hancock. Th.- question was then put upon the motion made b) :11.ard, s. ptember! in tli'> sear one thousand eight; nuidrti metis, belonging, or hereafter to belt.ngtott.e United Ul
i I and carried in the and thirty eight, \\un the s.mp wa. rcei'.fi Inro States, which may be in tin city of \\chil'lton. in The Lrc.isi.4ft organized: on Tuesday ht_
t : : : James M. Gould! of St. Johns count), John 'l'.tnnerand I'enjimjn"Wjnn alnnatin.On the said and that so much oj the interest hosewiever the be delivered
!t motion of the House adjourned till to.morrow Trea.ur custody same miy hal b Col ROBERT: BROW,of Columbia county was tin.
: I l'r 1 o of Jackson County. Antonio A. Cano\a, of Du\al) cllnty.f 10 o'clock. as may have accrued on the said. sum on the first day to such l Arsons as may be allhfrJd by the ted Speaker tf the Houe, and M.. D. Papy,
i 1 1 ;. Louis Aldrich, of Alachua county, Joseph Woodrufl.: of Wakulla morning ot July next, which wil amount to the sum of two bard of regents to receive them, and :shall be arran Ej.
f hundred and fort thousand one and ged in such order, and! so classed as best facilitate CliiefClerk. lion. D. H. MAss, of Madison county
: .' count, I). Ward, of St. L'icie and I'IMia Carter huilro
: j. \ lam county WLDAESDAY, November 2."jih, 1910. twenmy nine dollars, or so nvifh: therlof a hv the examination and -tud of them, in the buildin was elected President of the Senate, and
: and Uolnnt of Columbia county, 8l'fal)' presenting certificates this: act be deimed necessary, be, and the same ma S a.s aforesaid to be erected for the institution : and .\rche. VcretarvGovernor's, lugI
C, : of their election to the House of ltepreentitive.; w'r sworn The Ho-ie met pumiant to adjournment ; a quorum being present, hereby, appropriated for the erection of suitable the regents of sid institution shall afterwards, anew 1'1" _

!tl .:- as memberof? the Houe Ir:: the Hon. Ildwanl .I West f. a Justice after prayer b) the Rev. Mr. Foster, who was invited to act as Chap. buiIdin. and for other current incidental expense specimens in natural history, golo, or mineralogy Me !age.

f'' of the peace for crnlfly. lain to (the House, the Journal of .eslcrJlJ'1 proceedings was read of said institution ; and that six i per cent. inters may b obtained for the museum of th mali We publish to-day the annual mes'ase of the Ex-
Jon and on the said trust fund' it being the slid amount of tution, by exchanges of duplicate' specimens belongmgtoth" .
.:' Oi motion of We Mr. Rrcwn chairman npproH'I.TII ecutire of this State. We
-Ir. cott was appointed file and fiftee'i thousand one hundred ant wtitutinn.hich, are luie that the
hurllr.d they are hereby a'i
announced the House the of the fol. gecm
:" J until the election a speaker. Speaker to appointment sixty nine dollars received into the United State thori/ to m ike,) t-r by d..natif.n.Iich. they may 1 tenor of this document will meet the approbation

.: 1 ; On motion of Mr. Leonard, a prayer was then oll'- rl to the throne lowing Standing Committees : Treasury on the first of September, one thousantei receive,or otherwise cain< -such new specimens t tue 10 the people of Florida. That portion cf it relating

I .' of grace by the Rev. William Choice. STANDING COMMITTEES.Ciimmtllcc !ht hundre and thirty tih.! pavable in )liilf vejr- al-oappropriately ch'"ed and ..1J0e And the to the location and disposition of the public I luJi
j .
Iy pa) melt on the frst tnu.irv and July in minerals, books, m-inusrnpts: ,
-Mr. Wcitcott moved that the House \proceed to the election on the Judiciary. Owen William*, each yt'a. be, md the same 14 hereby, olpr"priatld) James Smithson:, whicb have been (" \Irol'crtyof 1 apportioned to the State by Congress for the nsof

. of a speaker which motion prevailing, Aldrich John Waterson fcr the perpetual maintenance and s'ipx; >rt cJ said Government i,f the United Mates, and are now place seminaries of learning ao ether purposes, will ccm-
: I Mr. Kcardon nominated Robert Brown! of Columbia! and Mr. Ioui' institution ; and all expenditures and appropriation in the IJepartmenf of State, shall removed sininstitution amend itself! to the serious and attentive
: :' Stockton nominated Simon Towle, of Leon. Simon Towle! N. IJ. Stone. to be made, Irom time to tune, to the purposes of and shaH! be preserved separate and apart of the members of the lature. cOD5idtri
. John \tstcot, On Agriculture.leo. the institution aforHud, .hal be exclusively from from the other property of the institution. L..i- \Vekopetiat
1 Mr. Brown retired .fiom the chair and at his Mr. Westcott t.
request IJenj. (; Monroe, the accrnins; nteri-st. and( from the principal of sec 7. .1 nd l* furlftrr entideu!. That the sec bed willat an earh' da\. ,a-,Ct>ngre 3 to cJiange ti.
; acted, pending the election. John G.\-Jnn Smith. Stephen Daniel the aid. fund ./"1I it further entttttd. That all retary of the< boird of regents s'la'I.: tie charge elf condition of all tie jiibl.c lands:no that tie whale
l ;; The following is the result of the voting : the lon.Ild stocks xvhich have. been, or licreaitebe / the buicln! and prjptrtv of slid institution. and may \>f applied} to purposes of Ed'ication.td
\ Hancock Wt
. On 11j Mihtia. reei\'r,1 into the freisurv of the United *--fafe u their direction make a fair and
i; For ROBERT BRowN-Messrs. .Aldrich Uruwanl, Canova, Carter, ( accurtfrecord .
Jo,. L. Cooper, John Tanner, on account of the fund bequ} >..athed bv James Smith of all their proceedings, to l te preserved in trust. further that this dr nation of lands, (thC!al!.
Gailor: Gould Hancock
.. Cooper Danies, FinlaJ8on. Jernigan: Eita'! Crttr, John Finlayson. son, he. and the ime IITP'U are, plwl. ed to refund said institution, and the said recretarj shall al!, discharge ready located and those j tt to b located, sill b securely .
; ; Rtard'J, Towle, Waid, We cott, and Woodruff the of the United the the duties f
RUScl %'mn. Maxwell, O:i Internal Improremcnts. lo Treasury States sums hereby of librarian. and -jl t keeper if tIl gu.ude by law (torn future trespass arid de-
19.Focfeixos. 1 appropriated. and with of the board r.f
!. TOWLE-Messrs. Avery, Farrior, Fisher, Gibson, Lewis Gregory John r. Reardon, s1,be itflrth" enacted That the busi.inf' i regents mueur., employ may a- .ist.nt.; and the said oflcers: shallreceive precution Education n the great moral lever by

(;reLeonard Mtlntosh Monroe Stockton Tanner, Aaron Jernigan. Jos.. L. Cooper, thf institution shall be conducted at the for their s"rvicessu,h sum as mav be allow \\Lichtliehirlefraineutrkof society a kept i
Mawtl On Finalce and Public! Account" O. M. Avery, city of Washington by a boird of regent by time ed bv the l board of regent*, to b pant! semiannuallyon healthy action and icnprottd. Lei the Legislator
I : Williams: and Wynn- : F. Hroward 1*. A. Stockton name; of the K>4 enti ot f the .:Smithsonian In.titu' the first day of January and July ; and the said >>f- look to it. TO
JVIr. Brown voted for William R. Taj lor.t ., tion," tube composed of the Vice Presi lent of the ticers sh be rfmouhe'\ the board cf regent In
.. ,MUMII tIde.iig n-ceiverei u iiidjuiuj, Si me %i n.uen jiiiuei tjcvotes Toh. ,,:.,1., .nn T n.i. 4lrlrch.On I Jin i",'jHairt. the Cl.icfJu-.llce of tlie United Mates. is hal, in thlir j'ldgmplit, the interests of them. rezardtothepropeseJangeeftbe Tonsntn-
:; was declared du! elected speaker of the House of Represen (). M. Avery, Unrolled Ih'ls. and the Mayor of the city of Washington durin, I stitution re-jmre, any ot the sic ofScei3 to be changed tion, \\eare not prepared .respond so heartilHas /-

'.. tatives. ) Charles Ru
o. On i I tion of Mr. Reardon committee of Mer P. A. Stockton.On N. B. Stone, offices ; three members of the Senate, and three Sec 5. .JnJ be i f ,tIJT nUr/nl. That the mem 34 to exhibit all its defects We should Cirefuliaa.cerJiitg
I a coiMtinjj b
rnewScrsof the Hons"! of H .
: 'pn"entatues, together tiers l and honorary members it said institution and
... Reardon, Gould and Towle was appointed to conduct the speaker Clatmi.Elijah M. M. Mcintosh, with six other persons other than members of Con the advice and instruction of said Ivard. cf regents' the C' n"titution by piece me.l. Atnpt!

j- elect to the chair, who, upon taking the chair. uddicsscd the house Gailor, Charles Russell, UTVsi, twoof whom shall be members of the Nation to be called i:the manner. provided for, in the bylat' at ttis in other St.lcs. have generally resulted

: as follows : Elisha Carr, A. A. Canova. Institute\ in the cih' of Washington, and resident of said i""litutiln. at which the Prelltnt. and c.nfu"ion. We are in favor of biennial sessiocs,-
: Geo. I). Fisher in time saidcitv ; the other foul thereof he in his absence, the Vice President, of the
I (iinlleiii'n of the ] of : On Election.James ant hal ; Unite but are not sure that the recommendation to Iioit;
lmUc Jiejircsenlalties inhabitants of{ States, no two of them of same States shall preside And the said .
.t Permit ni" to tender )ou im sincere acknowledgments f,r the ho- W. II. Gibson, M. God, Sta.. And the regents ant to be selected a aforesaid, make from the interest of said fund, an regents appropria the term of rtsidence to six tntrntht, as a qualification -

'. nor you conferred on me in calling me to ;preside over our deliberations. A. A. Canova. Aaron Jernipan, sli-ill be appointed immediately aftef the pa-a.e of lion, not exceeding an average of twenfv-five thou for voters, is not too short Would not a tern
On .S'e/uiulx and Colleges. M. :M. Mclnbvb this art-the members of the Senate bv the President and dollars annually, for the gmdual formation of of
: Distrusting, as I do, my ability to discharge the functions :p- : < a one year be short enough to identify the TCter
J ;. p"ttaining to the chair, appropriate! I khall! have to draw largely and, John We tcol, V. H. (;ilism, '! t ('reof.tht members of the H','i,ebv the Spea I, lihrarv composed( ol valuable works:pertaining to all wit!, the interests of the State
-,_. often ux .i that: kindness and partiality which _\ou have JIM extended W. D. Ward, Juhn G. Reatlon. jut iOI of the Senate and House of Representatives ; deputmenl Sec f.. .Ind belt futtfttr tnattrd. That of another We are luclmed to think the proposition to elect

.' to me with such unhesitating cordiaht T. K. Leonard, On Propovilwm and Grievances.IJenj. .and the members of the House "o appointed shall monevs whith' have arcned, or shall hereal Jude\b\ the people, and change their tenure o

I shall' t'wl.'a"ur t to discharge my duty as \our presiding(! officer, J. F. Farrior, W."nn' I, scr\e until (he fourth %Vednesuliv in Dt!ember, the tsr: accrue, 'as interest upon the !lid Smithsonian MCt. would b no impro,trent on the preheat .}tttm.

I faithfully and impartial! fctncll enforcing such rules and regula. Jo'. Woodruff. Stephen )ani;l, I second next after the pa..ue of this: act : and thrl.. fund, not her'in appropriated notrequir for the The judiciary should tar
On biennially thcre.llr, on e\Cr alternate fourth Wed :mrpo er herein provided, the aid mamgers are b a a psibe re
\V. I '
) Ward
.! tioni-. as -I in >our wisdom may adopt fr )'>ur got eminent. I hope Corporations.Simon tiesiv- of ((cerher. ;t like number shdl he appoint Imer.-ti authorized to make such disposal as the moved trt.m the iiirluence f partisan leeiiftj The

-:: the ees-Muti may be peaceful l and perou>, and this hopo I am conI' Towle, John Water un., in the same mirme.i<, to -rie tllt the Mirth shall deem best !uitr for the promotion of the pur. remainder of the message will, we have no question.be .

I!' 1.1."t .:." r..t..f.:j" ., uu ..VOI I.U. I Iro J. M. (;(y1II. W. M. Maiwll. \\dnosdjv in December the second succeeding lose of t the tt;! amthin' herein contained to the cheerfully re<.ix>nded to. and its suL' fstJOJ1S car-
4r Mr. Reardon moved that 00 additional of the their appointment :\nk the Senutors so appointee contrary notwithstandingSec --
Gentlemen, my duties I know are as arduous as they arc responsible : copies Governor's ( nod out by the Le.ji,latare.
Hut m ssajje be printed for the constituents of the different uembers shall. serve during the term for which they shall 10 .Ind be it furhrr enufttd. That the auhur -
endeavor to tlfiu) with iVJelii .
discharge knowing ; ,
/hal ) 11/1J. without election, their office a Senators t or proprietor of any book map, chat, musical
,I 7 no party but people, and no locality but the tatp. Which was lo.t. And vacancies. oeeasionedbyiieath. rcsijiation, e>r composition, print, cut, cr engraving, for which a Tampico CIlpllll-td.- New Otleics Jeffersanian -
: On motion of Mr. \Vc tcott, the House then proceeded to. the election Mr. Smith gave notice that he woul at some future day, ask leave othr"i"l hall be filled as vacancies in committees. ropvnght shall be secured under the existing act if the 21st int. reports the arrival at that city

.7 of a Clerk. to introduce a bill so amending of tins Slate a to are failed-and the other six members afJre"aidshal of Congress; or those which hall hereafter be enacted of Commodore PER R T, from the Mesican coast, wh

Mr. Aldrich nominated Mariano D. Pap, and Mr. Leonard nominated make the sessions of the Legislature biennial instead of annual. serve fur six, two for two the years of two fur four y.au.the I respecting copyrights, shall, within three gives the particulars of the capture by him withoct
terms in brst months from the
l years ; sen'ite place publication of said
, a : ... ilkerson Call. Mr. Hu.pl gave notice that ho would, on some future day, ask to be determined by lot ; but alter the first term, then chart, musical composition, print cut, or bk.engraving map, bloodshed, of Tampico (.n the 14th in"t. Tt towl

!I. The following is the result of the \voting leave a bill to be entitled, An act to change the County their regular term of service shall be six v>..>rs ; and leliver, or cause to be dtliHrr. inC copy of theme surrendered by the inhabitants without riaf a

r, For PAPV-Messrs. Aldrich, Hroward, Canova Carter, Cooper, Site of Benton County.Mr. new elections thereof:h.1 be made) joint resolutions ..\ to the librarian of onian Institution gun-they only asking protection for lives and prop

'- Daniels,"Finlason, Gailor, would, Hancock, J trian. Reardon, Kus- Wcstcott gave notice that he would, at some future day, ask death,of resignation Congress or; otherwise vacancies, may bo occasioned filled in like by for and the one use copy of the to the said librarian librari, s-of Congress Library, erty,and the usual exercise of religion.For .

sell Smith, Stone, Ward Westcott and \! leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act to divide the different t-f the Commodore
\Vonl'r r. peaklr-H. manner, by joint resolution of Congress And the Sec 11 .Ind be it further enaeted. That then is particulars capture of Tobasco.by
i }""U CALL-Messrs.I Avery, Fi.lHr, G } Gregory, Counties in the State into Departments or Precincts ; establishing a said regents shal meet in the city of Washington on reserved to Congress the n>,iit of alterinz. amending, PERRY, see the account from the Pencolt

:i I. Leonard, Maxwell, Mclntosh, Monroe, Stockton, Tanner, Towle, Hoard of County Commissioners in each County, and (defiriin" their the first ', of September next alter the pas ddingto, or repealing any ol the provisions ot this Gazette.
Williams and \V 14. duties ; also, sageof this act, and organize by the election of one act : Provided. That no contract or individual righ
)mi- of their number as chancellor, who shall be the presiding made or acquired under such Calf for Troopi.-The President has called for
A bill to be entitled An act to tho fees of provisions shal
J Mr. Papy, having received a majority of tho whole number ofvotes therein regulate certain officers officer of said board of regents, bv' the name hereby divested or impairld.Applo.ed. nine regiments of volunteers, to serve during tit
: was declared duly elected Clerk to the House, and was sworn named. of the Chancellor of the "Smithsonian Institution," August 10, 1M .
j in by (he Speaker. Mr. Gould gave notice that he woul on some future day, ask leaveto and a suitable person a secretary of said institution, ( Mexican war. They will add to the force nov under

f On motion of Mr."ard, the House then proceeded to the election introduce a bill to provide for compensation of jurors. who shall said also b the secretary of said board of regents GRASS .JURY I KI>EXT I:XT. i Gen Taylor about "lOO' ( nen. "J
The laid before the house ; shall also elect three of their own General Presentment of the Grand
of Sergeant-at-Arms. Speaker a package addressed to the Jury of
of the
body as an executive committee, and slid regents Correspondence Fensacola Gazette.
Mr. Smith nominated William Blount, anJ Mr. Maxwell nornina- Speaker of the House, containing testimony relative to the electionof shall then fix on the time for the regular meeting of Inujnuestfor the County of Leon. Abortive Attack upon Atrarado-.'.tttaei *V* ;:

I' ted N. A. Jameson.The Antonia A. Canova ; which was, on motion of Mr. Towle, referred Sid board ; and en application of any three of the In closing their labors, the Jury find it a : Tabasco by Commodore Perry. -

.; 'following is result of the viz : to the Committee on Elections.! regents to the secretary of the aid institution, it mater of congratulation that no cases of fla-
: tlt "oting Mr. Gould offered the resolution shall be his duty to appoint a :special meeting of theboard grant against law and order \Ve take before
For BLOTNT following in
f -: rs. Aldrich, Canova, Carter, Cooper, : cf regents, of which he shall give notice by outrage good I great pleasure laying
Daniels, Finlayson, Gailor Goul. Hancock. Jernigan, Reardon, Rus- Resolred, That a select committee be appointed on printing. letter to each of the members ; and at any meeting have been brought to their observation ; and our readers the following letter from our gift'

; : sell Smith, Stone, W.r %tcot Woodruff and,Mr. Speaker-19. Mr. Towle ollered the following as a substitute therefor : of said bard. five shall constitute a quorum to dobusiness I though their sitting has been protracted, this ed correspondent Iti details and views ma J
For JAMESON Resolved, That a committee of five each member of said board shall be 'has resulted from the complication and not with
:, Avery, Farrior, Fisher, Gibson, Greg bp appointed by the Speaker : be.rehed on implicit confidence :

I t' ory, Leonard, Maxwell, Mclntosb, Monroe, StocktonTannerTowle, to receive proposals for the printing of the House during its present paid in his attending necessary meetings travelling ot the and board other actual which expenses the number of charges for minor offences,- U. S FRIGATE RARITO, \

Williams and W\nn-14. session, und ascertain the lowest rate at which the same can be procured be by the executive commitcf and Ibal They are happy to know that since the last Anton Lizan/o, Mexico, 1th A'oi'V, 1846. )

Mr. I'lount, having received a majority of the whole number of and that the said committee report their action to this House by the secretary of said ; hi" service 3 term of the Court, the dignity of the law has Dear Sir The Ahrasiaha*
".. wa duly declared elected Sergeant-at-Arms. on Friday next. regent shall be gratuitous. And whenever money is been> maintained and enforced by its execu- American brig

,3. 'otes On motion of Mr. Towle, it was ordered that the cilices of DoorKeeper Upon the adoption of which, the yeas and nays were called for by required of the for the payment of the debts or performances live officers ; thus by the certainty and firm and been chartered here by Commodore Conner afliI
of the sail I
contracts institution, incurred or today for I'ensacola.
and Messenger be combined in one pet son. Mes-rs. Towle and Westcott, and were : entered into in conformity with the of ness of its administration, preventing all excuse thu
\ provisions of the
0- The House then proceeded to the election of Door) Keeper and Yf'as Messrs. Aldrich, Avery, Hroward, Canova, Carter, Cooper, this act. or for making the purchases and executing if any can exist, for those infictions of letter.myself I opportunity to despatch fpisd'though !

#.. eu er. Daniels, Farrior, Finlason, Fisher, Gaiter, Gibson Gould, Gregory, the objects authorized by this act, the board of regents xtrajudicial punishment, whicJ, favored informed you in a former
: Mr. I Hancock I Jernigan, Leonard, Ma Mcintosh Monroe or the executive committee thereof may certify districts, have as perhaps been ( I fear the news was old before *
Towle nominated Waller! Taylor, and Mr. llroward nomina. '\(1 Hear>>n, ofcn, ,
\- to the and of I the board, t reached \ou,) of the arrival of Commodore
ted Samuel H. Foster. RussellSmith, Stockton, Tanner, Ward, Westcott, Williams, such sum chancelo is secretary hot provoked> by the fear of criminals cscap-

The following is the result of the voting : WWJlnffnn, and Mr.I Speaker-"12. shall examine money I he same, and required, if they; whereupon shall approve they ing the penalty of crime as by the enormityof it b'erry created, and the stirring and thrilling interest Commodore

; '. For 1'.iVLuIt-MCssr!. Avery, Farrior, Filler, Gibbon, Gregory, ) ; so said substitute was adopted, and Messrs. Towle, thereo_ 'shall certify the same to the proper officer the crime itself throughout the sniiailron.
Gould, Westcott, Reardon and Gibson of thf-Treasurv, fur payment And the said In carrying into effect the Connertname his second attack
; Leonard, !!Iouroc, Stockton, Tami'-rTowle, Williams and appointed said committee. bad more benign
Wim 'axwcl. Mr. Ilroward following resolution : shall submit to Congress at each session a principle in the administration justice, inti- \lvarado on the 15th October, but retreated

; ,: ofcrectbe nrinlilirr I li." mefrunfml. rnnaiirt I report of the operations, expenditur.s. and condition mated by the Court that it is as much the early from the action -thou: obtaining B5
For FosTKnMi: AMrirli._ _Ilrnvvard._ Cjr.ova.. fxarter._ Coorter.. llrlc commitee on tn .. of the institution ,
;. .- Dar.iel" Fiiilayson I Gailor, Gould u. lautuc", Jernigan, Mclntosh,"I :so much per page, each page; : tonti so many lines, and Sec 4" .Ind be further enacted That, after the duty of the jury of inquisition to protect the greater renown than he did on the occasion fahe
each line to contain so words. hard of rc ents shall have met and become organi- innocent from groundless or malicious of the first assault. The excuse ofT-ied
Reardon, Smith, Stone, \rtrd, Westcot, \Vtn>druflJ and Ir. many prosecution (
Speaker HuSI! Which was loht. ze it shall be their duty forthwith to proceed to as to detect and expose the guilty to first failure, the very precarious state
Mr. Tow-le offered the a suitable site for such building a may b ne the animadversions of the law-the he weather," bear him out at home. I
following resolution Jurors may
3Ir. Fo ter, having received a majority of thn wh lc number' of : cessary for the institution ; which ground may betaken 5ad
':; votes, was declared duty elected Door Keeper and Messenger. Rcwhed, That a committee of three be appointed on the part of and appropriated out of that part of the pub have found their labors somewhat enhancedand do not express any opinion touching the

.. The and Door Keeper were then I the loUSf to confer wilh n similar committee on the part of the Senate ftc ground in the city of Washington lying protracted ; yet they have the satisfactionof result of the attack on the 15th, becaasal

l sworn in.Sergeant-al-Arms hc'cral. 1 ald report joint rules for the government of the two Houses dUe the patent office and seventh street : Provided, The believing that they have not been made was not present I hear great and gener'
ting their session. President of the United States, the Secretary of the instruments of bearing the shaft of malice satisfaction openly expressed by mnst <"
:. On motion of Mr. Wcstcott, ordered that a message be sent to the present State the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secrelaiy
Senate, informing that body that a quorum of the House of Repreftent&tiics Which was adopted, and Messrs. Towle, Smith and Cooper appointed of War the Secretary of the Navy, and the Com and private vengeance to its mark and that time officers and men who accompanied tw

I :.i i in assembled, that they have elected Robert Brown, one of said committee. missioner of the Patent Office, shall consent to the while the innocent have not been exposed tothe i expedition, and were eye witnesses of eTerjfccurrence
Ordered that the same; but. if the persons last named not con mortification and Commodore Conner after nwca
same be certified to the Senate.Mr. hal expense, incident to all ,
the from Columbia and
.i i.! Speaker, are now ready to proceed sent, then such location be made other oVermination
Mcintosh offered the resolution may upon any lions however the reparation, sailed for Alvarado with the
prosecu groundless it- ,
following ,
::- to business, and that the Clerk du go with sail 1 message. of Ihe public ground within the city of Washington go
S. Mr. Towle moved that the House now go into tho election of an Rasolird, That when this House adjourn for the day, it adjourn to belonging to the Unitad States, which said regents ty have not been suffered, through haste, in- previously expressed, most eWhatically -

": Assistant Clerk ; which was lost. meet again on Friday morning, to.morrow being appointed by bisExcellency may selec by and with the consent of the decision, or a want firmness, to escape the ) that he would tike it or die. Hi*
persons namtd ; and the said ground so selected of force consisted of which
just their the
the Governor of crimes. Mississippi
.. a day general thanksgiving.
Mr. ( moved that the House take a recess till 3 o'clock, P. shall be set out
\'est ot by metes and bounds anda
lost. Which was adopted.Mr. of proper The county Jail and its enclosure have vessel anchored outside the bar. in goodc
-. 31. ; which was description the same shall be made and recorded -
\1 JVIr.' Towle moved the House adjourn till 10) o'clock. tomorrow Finlayson offered the following resolution : in a book to be provided for that purpose, and been examined and found to be safe, and keptin non range of the enemy's seven gun battery,

which lat lost. Resolved, That the Sergeant.at.Arms be directed to of the signed by the said regents or so many of them a good condition-the cells of the prisonersare which defends the entrance at AiVi11d0b'
morning was procure
I ; may be convened at the time of their said clean and well ventilated and the food ofthe hours at the Commodore Coaer -
f : On motion of Mr. Smith the house look till 3 Secretary of Slate a sufficient number of copies of the laws of the organization battery before
, : a recess half-pagt and such recod, thereof
; or a ,certified
o'clock P. M. last General Assembly to furnish each member of this House with a the chancellor and copy of the board of by inmates wholesome,-while every indulgence attempted lo cross the bar. The 1C5'er
,J bit-:: HALF PAST 3 O'CLOCK, I'. .". copy thereof and that he take a receipt from each member for the shall be received in evidence ir. all couitsof rCents.ex- appears to be extended to them consistent Vixen, with Commodore Conner boarded

s The House met and the calling of thu roll, wa copy furnished him, which copy to be returned at tho end of the present lent and boundaries of the lands appropriated to the with their security. the way, towing some ofihe gunboats an upon n q'lomm ? SC&MOII. said institution; and upon the making of such rec. i The condition of the roads and bridges in launches, passed the bar in safety, and b
: 1. fumd: to be present..


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ddischirgrd,;- her shell unil shot for some after star appear upon the banner of the i -oldThirteen I -- -
glorious SPICED SALMON received and '
| f\ ,just '
*" KIT and .lqnor By the r resident oftlie f rntt>d Stnf
usd by the b tiery. rhr steamer' !McLean and his country powerful and prosperous 1U by J. R FORTUNE. es.TN .
.Bland" Wine
with illusion of at home and No\embei 2'-,, I 6. 1U _L/
Jfihe rerenue srmee. a rett abroad and he could say s- P. \Vine,

injnboais and launches gin aground on the with old Simeon, .Lord, let thy servant now depart Cutlery fcr. L d>.

this crrical) time die, wind springing in pale for sale by
prace Brndy.
bar ; Rodger*, and Wade Butchers cele- (

"_ fjjrt enabled the gunboats to cast off and 55: The Albany, (Ga.,) papers 'i please copy. ELLIOrS.bralf *, warranted of &best quality (..:&LINDENBERGER.IS

sill. and the I launch with their Every description Pocket and Pen Knives, Hunting tin

make pull in ; and I am informed hid: Cotnmo oar .And I heard a voice Having, Write, blessed are Knives, Pruning and Farrier Knives Scissors, ; Pl.nte. I

I the dead who die the Lord" &c. &c PENS I received and
i GoLI just I jj
dore Conner regarding the revenue Died in :'tit; CoIl Pen, of BaslejX Brown's, Woodward's, ok ( tEERS. A. HAYWARD.
Gadwlen count, November 7th. after |
ftfimer. landed his force the battt r\. defe'ndrd a Manufacture-also 2 dozen Victoria Gold Pen. .IG.

fifty men only, could hate been easily lingering ilhlf"11 of neveral month Mrs. MARGARET I FANCY ARTlCL-.Gohi and Silver Pencil, ble '
by las Gri, wife of Ix-wu Gold ThimblesGold Stud-. Silver pursuance cf law, I, JAMES K POLK. Presi.
Guy 24 Her Suspender
and the town Aharado taken aI-l.I Insurance J.
eirnVd. age .ear. Company e.Vnt eif the United
America do hens
disease les. Silver Twee/er Ladies Silver C.mht. and Head in a : )
itflt without resistance: together with all the was Tubercular Consumption >he ha left Ornaments: Silver, Pearl Tortoise Shell and Velvet Mrs. ConnectIcut declare and make kuuwn I bat |'ublic salts will U
I To the i an only child to lament her loss Seldom are we called Mrs held at the undermentioned lard e.ff.ce the Stat
Tcs!els there astins1rnpnt of afi] Card Cases Purses and "'eIvet flags ; Ivory ChessMen J. R FORTUNE, Ageut of FLORIDAat in *
hands the Commodore made the signal to re- to witness such moeknes Christian fortitude and Barksimtnon. Boards, Hair Iru.hf. ToothBrush's 10, IMG viz: periods hereinafter designated

anJ with the rtsi/nalon. (the most prominent features and oina* Nail finishes. Dressing .. adif.Needle At the land offce
force quit at T.
yeit. .whult actual) tic ; AUGUSTINE rcirmfn
Case Pa-
Perforated and Cards, Drawing
ments the Christian character when the Paper I Agent of the above Insurance lIon!. the .
battatllr" The had spirit cingon twcn'y-lhird day < { Ntvembrt
ths haut
) l' r, Bristol Board. CartI' Pencils, Drawing drt
to take risk
lair on as
ninth slackened its fire, seeing the Cum mo. leaving the mortal tenement which binds it to earth Pencils. 'Inkstands Powder ., Ualker's English ; other office frt goel stand next, for thmedispvsalef tte: public laiids wit Lin the
any und.-ruh.ntiolltt1! ,
dorc in retreat, opened upon lam with the utmost and clothed in the garb of immortality, wings its Caps!, Plaun and "I.ill Cards, Italun Violin and : '-nT hi, IMi',. 17 to ss itSouth : \viiships ai d fractional ttw rslups,
.. Guitar Sfrinss, i.c & Just and for s lebvNo
fury and with some little prrt'ion-for fight to n' lm< of bliss,) as were apparent in the 21. isl'i. .c P fc.i\.d. A. H-tVWARD. and 'trafor's Salr. of the lose line and all of tr pnncijultnmdtun
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two shot struck the \ I'fl, fortunately! death of this eicellent lady-for it seemed that to Life _

out doing any material: datmge and the Com die with her, .gain ; and the easy transit of the >'RFSIIGA3SDEH the.at-4th Monticello dav of January, Je.fle.rson, I 1517 coun-I .ceimty.Ton iisliij binsFra"ional. t tss ctit v-th rec aid t w cnty fetr1 pf r3Rft .

rnoJorc made a gOod rdrtat. bringing off all soul without a trglt.: was the signal of her final S1B18DS of Land, situate, l lv'inz and U-- : township twenty, tfl\\n"birl l twent

the ,'es"els incudi"l the r'enut steamer dissolution Her lat. moments appeared spent in silent Growth of 1N4C. er aforesaidknown as the plan one. tv\ei .) .tvo, and '-..Mtv-three. arid IraftHtuI
a few bas of GRASS ShLDs, (hicrdsorfled ,itrick.late( (I f Jefl r*.,n ecuntv.
had I sY town-hip twttity-\, c't' ram:( .
McLean, which'f If1 easily extricated coinnunionith her Hea\enlv Father with AND > tbiity.leivvrisbips
), Lucerne and Blue Grasju.t rei.td at : izht hundred and its TVUXJ one h"'t'r.ti.lhrf't'cf
herself The Commodore returned to his whom she seemed to hold .sweet converge for her the Drug; Store of c LEWIS &AfI. : said land to b sold to'pav the sgothirtveine .

former anchorage with the satisfaction of future g.o.1 I I were useless to dwell upon the ma- Tallahassee. ivember 21 1 I"10. Is l '.,. Fractional township twenty, of range thirt>-twe C I

InoMing that he dlt not lose a man, killed m excellent qualities! of this truly unfortunate 1 lady, .v .lm. n u !>(("r.i.t.iveim A r. :'letwriships (\etitI-three aIllU"tntllIur.uf( range i
FAMILY GROCERIES. Nov 7.(1'[ ] 1st ,. 17 thirty-three. 4
and had lone woun led. they are so well known to her many friends and ac- ;
\ Ac. Teiwnshtp twentv-one, the west lalf of t\ .
as an ofi ett to this affair Commodore that all MisTor- :\Is ip
Wel. : qudinUiicoh, eulogy is IN tvventv lour, ansI
unntte"'ar. f f\ BAGS RIO AND JAVA COFFEE, J Shaded Silk Shaw I lewrishijs twenty-fivetwinty-siT,
tated with the Vtrtn had marked her for its own and nothing but and of thirt
Perrj JIssu'lli, tune ; a \J\J boxes best Loaf Sugar, Zephvr twenty-seven range -fear.

Ret Steamer McLean 11' the complete reliance upon the support and will of her 1 superior Teas, I Shaded ,rstt- }rjctiunal townshipstwenty-oneaneltwcntv-thrtc,

rcxt day ((1 IGth-) after Cnnn r's retreat from Ilea\en1v Parent could have enabled her to bear themam .Yeat man's" sup r.cur 'l.canvassed Ham, I r \o township twenty, (except secticns twenty.hiac.

.\harado. and Tabasco on reach. and the Crushed Sugar, Almonds,, Currants Brazil Nuts, I and Cravats, just received b) Ihuty,tlllrly.on.,and thirty-two,)a,1d serf nuistwcu- .
strer.d ; rude shocks, tfmprsuouJ sea of life, ty-lour and Iwenl -fiVt" in
Apple and Goshen Cheese, I BETTON HIGGS township twenty? -eight of
inj the ri.cr. left the Mississippi at anchor without fchipwreck It may be a satisfaction, how- Im li.IS, Currant Jt ll\', (Giler.Sardines, Ox jl, & range thirty-five.
..outside, and entered thfl mer. leading gillantH cer. to her relations and friends to know that every AVater and Butter Cr'.ekt.r!, IIW Molasses, CI Fractional 1 townships twenty.five, twentsiand

in the Vixen with some of the smaller !- attention and that medical skill could Lard F'Idur, S|'erm Candle. Soices and Catsups, ning twcntv-seven, township t".nly-rid.t. (txrept section

tesseU in tow The Kir Steamer as requirement Pi<'k .N, Mackerel. Hams, Race (;ilgtr. $, F l .r.Lv o SIX,) and sections one, two. firms1.sri, art l 'I
which fond Slice
impart and every attention a cousin could (sseivein toss nship
Florence Oil, Marca:oni, for | has made arrancements for a range thirty-sis.
usual got ashore in the mer The Commo- I bestow were hxisheJ: upon her ; but her spirit was I : ( &Y.rmir.l.. BERG& & of the best (YS"rFKs "ractional tovMishiptwt-fity-s<.,fn.fraft .r.!i!" vslnp :
sal'I.IWCI: : tit .
doe! paid no attention to her but made signalfor I prepare 1 auJ eager for its eternal flight and (; grant I :1\'ell'r\ :1. 1.| .. Is the winter !ea-on. and will "- tvventv eiglt, (excel t section e r.at d te"'j''j' (4
0 I siiips; tvvcnfv-mre and 01 4
the small levels she had in tow to cast to his friends in man- rarce lbirty-
: that! t rt this. it has found its Inppv resting place. Co-Part nersti'I" BY up any I Fractional towiiships l ,
i h"'IIIY-t'Itf. InetTty .
Saloon Monroe' street,
off and follow his motion Then hastening on near I po
i i where the .wicked cea e from troubling and thf nnder.uned have associated themselves to- door R. K. thirty, and Ihirt%-on., and tow "I"l') trtv-lwoa-twt 4thmirtthrrte
up the river some Mitv miles into the heart '. THE* business smother! th firm BULL WI1. ef range ti.srtt-sigit.
r in i.I
w ire at rest A FKIKVHISolicc. I of les or parties #
of the enenu's country reached the town of : I!IF! loRH' :s, are now receiving and ofTir for sale a the Nov ', I"]H.. flri.l.d It Fractional toss nsshrlse] thirtv .IM! tlntv..twoatlt I'

Tobacco here lie captured some valuable u<'e, and will selected assortment ot Goods, at the I I
(''rner pi 1 Clinton and M )nroe struts, opposite the p.t II Ac. tv-tune
vessels from the cm'nu' and them the I, I .( 1.
among RING
m\ emporar\ absence from the State, Iht\ F rjct:onal
I) Pliutuv Buildings, and known as the Blake corner, towrship thirtv-femr.te wnshipsj thirtyei ;- :
and Java Ccfftt
old steamboat Champion so wdl known to I .1. D Galbraith and ilium Knuii are mdu. .\ ,0 ;lit, thirtv.ninr, and tnrtborutarid .
ed their
where they will be plea- to see old friends Oil I !e-e tiut:s t He',
the worthy}. citizens ui!f lVn"acola. Alter mvnr I .\ authon/t-d azeiils. PHILIP T. PlhRCEUlUlusxe and 110 are desirous of purchasing CHEAP S.-C do., 10,eleven, twelve,thlrfe enfpiirteentwenty-thr'(r, I-

ups alit;! downs the old boa: looks will, :0'-_ 2>. 1-1>. U! 't GOO a1Ihot'. :i-:., twentv ftrtir, tweiitv-five, tvreiitv-six;, \'(' tveifa.. $' t fi fifive.twentv *
R U, ; thirty-tour, thirty-five and thirtv i'in
The> are to in the tJ".r'l\il'>
PensacoU The lt\lFCTtR' 'abe>v Snuff,
and turn at be Void I prtart S3 .
may yet up ,
\.1 latest and! mo that lift) lour, ot range foil t} .
.slionahle girment American Gin, r-
Commodore landed a force, took possession Ertinc the Court llou-w. door in Marion Coun13 may' b<. ord're t"llli.lm) them and t\ I lorni.i, mi Tu.Jathe tilteenth IWembernext I:; furl-""., 1 I. ,
of three pieces ef artillery spiked j j6fnt III"c \ ma ptroni7t that thevvill BETTON k HIGGS. fortj t AO, rtthree, ad liliv-threeaiwi( ', t
a flag of truce mandmg! the surrender ] between the u-ual. Iun; ot sale, F 1)1) 'R NF- endeavor I(give i satisfaction. in everv r",'(ct l I fractional wnahip fitt'..I"ur, (excejt ","M.r.* I'Si. : 4
lilul.S.bl: : ail, a woman thirty old and f twelve', thirltin( twriit -tlireet\v..
ntv f.
i t'arI Til*'ir jss irtnient ; pirt the follow : > ur.twrfttv. of is
of the town. The Meghan GU\'cror an.// her three ., b six old (omlri"li.1 ing .MX, twtfify. t"iri'.Iurhirt; .
: d.ildr'Iraltt. a ,\, \r.r : Superior Frrnrh : r> and Jlcldid stven. -
f we red r.unre" The Commodore sent ('haritN', a girl tour Scars old Dllel. a bo\, two Emlsh roadroths five, and tl irh-.ix,) I(range for'v-one '
Do do ) do '
prizes down the mtr. and one of them got I' sears old : sold for the benefit of the htinand credo CAS DEf" s.SaWn. : :T OFCLTN TownsbijM fortv-eine, f"rtx'; aie! f<'rty-wtep, ::

aground. hiring only sixteen men from the I' ibis I-fun of<-Marv tv.Uc Mair months, deceased credit, late, with of Marion count. Silk. True J.1!, !Cloth TL''G Woollen Velvet] do. : ] M@J t&J and two fractional township filly-true, of rasge firt,- '4. P

crew of this ship I on board commanded InLieut alproH.o xecuntv UK_1DY-.M.1IK CLUTIJI.-F me Black ju,1 received jer !brigs Uar- At the land .)(., t' at : .\Ns\IUF, e.is- i-i'

Parker of the JIisusiplt A large Ml jH-r!ons indebted to the estate of Mary' Fnslish and rench Dress and rock Coats medium '., a general and lull s-nrt- menemg tin Mondav, the seventh elav ol D f,ii.btr r. .
Pair. ,
Mexican force perIn ole and fiftr d''t'o'o.are herebnutificf! to make. payment quality do, French Cassimer Sack Coats do. T\tc. next, fr the dis|'osal 1 (.t f th"I't| uMic lands wtthia tienndermentioiied lf
appeared from behind the bushes, where euo.ctbcr .nt all tho-e hating d"I"nd' aeainst. I.lick. l Brown and Plaid. do. Surtouts and towusLips aud lracti ul.1 l tewtisl if-' its'
aid e.ljtt. pre-cnt them, dulv attested, within \NTALOOVS of cvcrj d.ciptior. Lirge assortment fine and medium qualities!of I six: .
they were lying in wuit, and opene.f a sharp tin time prescribed wl. b\ law for I.ttltmt'nt. to ,>fISTs, also of I Hi>,ierv, Shirts, Gloves, (iack Dress) and F'roe'k C..atand I South of the b.ie lute and seat vf the j-rtneir-nl ; 41 '

fire Wlb muskttrv 1'arktrnli Ils small! \\I.LL\I BLXIK, Fxtiutor Cravats,Scarfs,('ollars.Handkercbie".sdf adjusting r I i ., and black arid brown Clot 1 tii. ,meridian .: ,

pam opposed them with great firmness andfinalU November 12 II! Stocks, Of>era Ties Susl\'ld.rl, Sart:, Xc, 1 \ SurtmitJ, Blue, Black and C as- Fractional township eight i e,f lange fiurteen. .
&c.. kc. J. B. M'LLNovember Silk, Cashmere and Cloth raetional .
township seven, towiiahip eight, (ta.
drove them off with considerable losson i
1 roUTUNE.bos recened Schooner 21. Is |f,. Is J. PRE1ORHSFOUR : and .... ..
T jut per cent- s u.rtinn. fivPTifv-00 00 -HIM.. -' > _nr tf< un.f.n. .._-,/ ".r" 4. i- -
tb.et side. Parker had one man killed 5.' Tlaha..ef. %OiCe. a go**] I ] ortrafnt of section II.irIJ.i\.) tlf: rai,sre 00'r bHt'(n. 'I .. j4

and two vounded) Commodore Perry hearin -t st. cit Mill1iuur, winch. Collars, Scarfs, Cravats Township nine (eut'l't sectieii thirty-one,) a. .4
of Lieut Parker's des- I'MCon. Sides and Shoulders, weeks after d.l., I "ha1 apply to tbe lion He is fractional townships amid
thirty thirty ne
perilous position, Superior South Carolina Wee, J. Ch.c" Jud e Probate in and for than (adjustinga new article,) thirty- '. -, t
(two, of sixteen .
Lieut Charles Morns, son of the the of 'for I.ato sill the real Cnd.-Sluts. Dra\ers. Sus- range '
picbed 1 hhd clarified for Count. Jefer"on. estate Nov ; ;
uzar. preferring '
; 'ractiuinaltowmislmiisthirtythirtyonetlmirty.tao. -
old veteran Commodore :Jorrs. in a boat to Best <]iialitv Leaf Lard, of Wilcv BrOII", I.", of said C"ulh. deceased : | : Boots, shoes, Silk and Cotton and thiitv-foiir, uf range MVH.hl'n.( '.
Cassuners ,
I .tlso-Clottm '
.. '.o-lien >iid real estate I Ivinjr and bfins in th/'contit\; of Jet- : .
aid I and
his : regret to state tnt gallant But.r. tvle, which thev are prepar- Townships twenty-four and twenty-C.e, of range 1
frson interested will take due
valuable he could Rectified \\\hisW\ All'tron. notice \ .
reach twentyoneTownshifs
young ufcfr. ( the best and most fashionable
\o\cmber 2', I't';. 1!' SIMkfNS, Sheriff V ;
seventeen atd of
Parker who .] in getting his er-ojfirto Administrator I at very reasonable prices ratgetvventv
ves el afloat, and inond off in fine style) received r.o.ooo <'I<;AICS.J JeiTerson County, Novembtr! 'l Isjr. is -JtNotice. I lof situate t and' the to clothes call and buying examine commu-our Lands; -tvvo al'proprbted. bv law fcr the use rf sch., '"it! i;i imilitary.

a settre wound in the throat from a 9I1 000 |;:: ro SAN I'RINCIPC. : we.can warrant as (being ur other purposes, will be exelwJetl (rom, t

musket ball, fired from the river bank In 4!"V">' "I l the 'lollowniij choicf I E.ist to pa the manufactors profits'H'l sale .4. : -

some unseen foe Lieut Morris since brands' : La. \iiatica, I n'ma*era's prc\l, La Union, persons,indebted to the estate of Moses Ellis, ship we think we can sell (the The sales) will each be kept open for two wck. ;. -

c ( aradore. s. Imperial, Tulipatia, Trabucos, Habana. ALL of Jetlerd (ountv, deceased, will. make Vest J than the merchants senerally (unless the lands are sooner spoked of.)and no It** ip .l
dead from his wound The service has lost .. La Nortna one. er and) no private entries of land in the
12.i. ;mmt"lialf p-mnent to the subscriber; : and tho e hav old stand e>n I.nr.st. ; tonnsnip-
one who was an ornament to it and an honorto Til' atwuc Ci. ar!are all old, and were ..Ictt tug clams dzaitist siiJ estate, must present them for see, CLARK !STILLMAN so offered, will t readmitted until after the expiration '7 I
with rare A I am deirn- of closiiii can be of two weeks from the comm..nct-n.ent ref sjul sales. I.
his country Commodore Perry opened > : my presemitstuck 1,5s ment to the Ailniinistrator within the time required er .41). I f .
ol' ('iars. I wil! sell them at very low prices law, will be barred of any Given nrder: my hand, at the city of Ua.hinsfen. a .-
his fire on the town-the shell and shot evidentlv or recovery
Th M \\ho wi.1 ItlhJ"p b\ the bov will find it ) tIC SMITH sIMKLNS. The / in December, IMG.- this fourteenth day ef August, Anno Dcmiri OLW

doing great datmge. The offirersditiuctlv to their advantage. to examine the abe Sheriff and.rr ojficiodministrator. dience '* Sale. thousand eight Lundred :aud} ti rtv-six !c fi

i houses knocked down. P. A. URI). of F JAMES K. i
saw entire POLKJ' ;
Con' itvO tuber-I! I I 11' l' .
J"ferol > st N''I; ot f tien facias, issued from the .
The bombardment must hare soon reduced N nen l>er J". 1 1"10;. itI"or T. | t Circuit Court for counts the President : i
tilt .1
the town to ruins<: when some of the residents 1IRaiit. Notice.SI \1. ) of Florida, when.in John, JAMES II. PIPFR, ":. ;. l
Acting Commissioner of the General Land -
mostly foreigners English and !French, .(INMHtFLL IX months after d.te. I ,balllr.ril n\ final l account ( is plamtifl and the Central :; t
Captain and vouchers I of I I have levied and (
with a Flag of Truce on boaid the, I ITen I i MnVi! to I e lrohate ; ; cant .onm i\ "d.illl"e : in and fur the County of JefTirson, and ) I btfore the Court House door, in J' i
and stated to the CommoJere, that the ,'i: .r or h. ; \ place discharge \diiiiiiistratrixol the state of \\ ilharaII e. on the frt Monday in Dc- Ert'ryI'"r.oon entitled to the ri,ht of j re-rrnptiiii I t
would i I..d atormudalions.: chic w ill said Counts hours de to an: land within the limits of the townships and fJ j t
military not permit any person to lene: Smith late of dscca..ed.ELlZlEThl legal folo\finl
l" tike passengerto Kertst or rarisof townships atmsvo! enumerated is required ,1 j
the town, and that dreadful slaughter was occasioned h Irep.rt to / 1l- K. SITI.! : e"tahli"hthellauetotlll.'t'atsf"ctunvrlle"'t! : Htu I
\,la. passaje please allh'; Jefferson Cou:itv, October :U. (.. I Is-i, together with all the ap I
b\ the canonade, even of women J. FOJTUXF.gcnt.. .t. fm ;ii': ( ; ; II tber >situated! Iv- and Receiver of the proper' land otlire, a.J make i If Mj'

and children Thtesimplored the Commodore >: Nov -. l"ls. \ avnent therefor at .i>mi o. inarttcalleoftrr *". : .
; T.II set SCHOOL BOOKS. 01 me cirv or ma.-
; plan
lE\ neatly I : ins ''"< noi"t. and l>e-f!.re the (day aI'r.i'h'd fe r the* !
to the place of Immani by 2iX Foot street, Fast lv
spare MUt.fS TrustcoN Sale of Land. who ( mencemenl of the public sale cf (lie lards tmbracinz I (
induced the Commodore to firing received per Brig Gen Wilson, Webster's l try lots Nos. ls3 and l-f, West .
cease the tract claimed otherwisessich claim
JUST : in h
virtue of a decree of Leon Superior Court sil- hope
Commodore Perry had started all his B ltW Pictorial. spelling look their U forfeited \MES H PIPER,
Ale tin::in Chancery, pissed in a .au.e wherein Ann Pictotial History of United States, property of said defendant, and 1' -
pUts off, ht mate signal i for all vessels Hand. in !!com;>lainjnt. and William Copland and GOJrich'1. EnzldlJ. in the I writ of fieri facias > Acting Ctnn : n. Lund VffictVus 'If t
isf r I""i. h ts s
stand down mer, and I he followed, protec- others are deft'nt.th. the !ul"rihen. a Trustees, '' }F ranee, stop A. A. FIsHER, Sheriff. :
will ofllr 'for sale, at auction, to highest bidder
Smit h's new Arithmetic, Kendall ', cle l JI
Un their rear. Commodore Pcrr\'s loss in }
: trarlorlh ;
hefrsthe Court house. d sir, in Tal"ha.iep. on Davies Element ) \ : ITSW QCOITS ,
killed and wounded is as follows : Iifut :1:1) \y, .lila J\Vl L\H\: \ .o'dOk, Andrew's Ca-sar, J\fdrew's r.orolr. Lessons, Frit3 I/ Monday ill December.
!Morris wounded ollyviin decreed to IK do\'S, I .
('prlv -since h. ; lt.d, premiita :- Gf\.1; <;r ek I.'irun. Andrew's Sallu, Sale.

Two seamen killed and four wounded. All sold V7West : Ail""urth'!Latin Dictionary. Ftl.nm'" Livy.Guiild Time | vested in me bv law, 1 TIlE! ( .'rshave removed from rll..iroTd land s p.

half of Northwest qr. of S -c. 3, T. I. H. _', Virgil, Owen's Anslsa.is, arrival the "IIent.T of Moti- .e and Jefferson street*, i.
s ie-d
the wounded are likely, to recover TIt Zcnoplun' upon| and will expose ti r
North and East, containing "0 arrt.and a fraction Graa Minora. where they have on hand a laree assortment o* tunry. ') ( !
Gr.t'k Le"ol' House. in lie clh of Tal-
Ctunudor. left the Krveuue Steamer .Ica. East t (hall of southwest (jr ifSt. 't, T. I I. H. J, North Comstock Chemistr%, Comsfock's Ihll".nphy.Smthc' in November next, the Staple* ami Domestic Dry Ciod, selected with Igre.mt

\lich \es.f! was again afloat, and the and r".t. containing: Sit' acres and a fraction West .Algers I Mnrrav's f .rammar, dabs!, led ui.on tosatistv the of care and attention, which they offer for alu + P -
Ihlusophy. city
Rerenue Cuter Forward to blockade the river hilf ol Southwest (Ir. of Vc. 3, T. I. R 2, North and : t'rl s *., Cow'j er's Task Bv ] due for the sear lvl II; : veri low fr ra>h tmr.ly. Alldes revus of urcLasinj, 4 Il

I East, containing MJ acres and a fraction East half. "OSP'Sstronomv., '. Hart's of U. S. please call and xamme the sti and a watchful on the Mexicans Con'lilllilf : 141, 143, IV, MO, north ad-
keep .
eye of Northeast ()jr. of S<'cI, T. I. R _', North and Abercrombie's Moral ,' .V II GREENBERG i CO j.
as therroperty
Commodore Perry, on his wav down to East, containing <<'d5 acre and a fraction Also, one I Ihilolphy.Ahercrululit1 Carter upon) October 21, ll In. II :

Tobasco. fell in with and catpured'an AmerIcan other 1 l1 t of I land, described follows, viz: Bzm Scholars Companion ntell'tutl Ito 11110olhy.. WILSON, Tax-Collector Family Groceries, Ac a
which of nine at a sum tree twenty chains to Ihe South a ,
landing Algebra History
Barque was cargo v s Lrdner'l 1 for time city of Tallahassee
brigs Almedj and Ptceinic
of the See receiving per /
Northeast ol 3,
cotton Alrarado riser and Lieut Gist corner Northwest quarter Parker's .. E..rcios; has been postponed until the JUST
in returning -I East ( : Flour in barrels and half ditto,
T J. R North and and running thence Emerson'satts on the Mind I' j
: III.
'r. i
m command of the Champion captured south twentv chains, thence \\'el twenty chains:, Reids lulish: Dictionary A \ Buckw heat do in quarter Lbls

an American Brig, the Plymouth from New- thence North fortchains, and thence Southeast in a Dillowav Roman Antiquities, TL ( Middle Circuit, to wit: Kits Mackarel, Chocolate.
I .
Oileans. at the Sale trick I is no wonder direct line to the lte inmi>i;, containingf) :"r<-s anda ParlevV ("J nmmon School History, viz : CEHY. Preserved Almonds, Ginger Raisins,,Pickles Citron,, i.c ,t S I.
I"n..i..h lands amount in the whole to
Alvjrado river up to this dty has riot been frart sold lots M..r1 New Geographv, On Hill filed (lor Pickled Lobster and Salmon, 5 ;
<.j acres, and will! IM- in one tract, or in to Mitchell's .Ancient Geograph>,
blockaded J a Dnorce Hermetically seal'd do. do
suit pur hasers it .
Botany for Beginners,
But I am admonished to bring this letter : The terms of sale, bv the decree, are 3 follows : C.llel t [.evjz.jc's French Grammar and Exercises, : to the satisfaction of the Court Tomato Assorted, Walnut IN tiled( F'ruit aud Mushreem, .

to an end You will doubtless have descriptions -: One:fifth of the purchase money .be raid in ninety Additk EUmentarv. French Buok, for sale Lv has removed from the State,so Ketchup.BETTON .V IHGGS,
from the diy of sale : the residue on a credit of ,
days P. A. \Y\VARD se-ned him It
of Pen from graphic Plid cannot be upon :
doings more November 7, ISJG IT.Quinine.
one, two three and four \ears. pt\able by instal. 11. iste. 17 oidereJ, that a hearing On
ITIS than mie. It is the first gun from theNavy. ments !turf b\ notes : the intrrtat on each tuxtalintnt !o"fmbr Bill, bo had at Tallahassee "

I think Commodore Perry will strike payable annually' Upon payment of the entire STARK, LLOYD 4 I'LAGG, Ldi. the Second Monday in r
&l the enemy again and the blow next time purchase mont'. the Trustees are em| owered to A Ta: now receiving from New York, Flour in barrels is required in the mean JUST received' a fresh Upplv of QUININE, at E. 5"

be felt. His feelings of es.cult a dt1 of the lands to the purchaser or purchasers ..tl_ and half barrels, or answer to. and defend S IrugStorc.
-II more severely abstract of the title to each eighth, aswell PurUwheat in i and 4 barrels provided .Ind it is further Tallahassee, November 7, 1-16. IC'It W

iiumimty will be more appreciated by the a a plat of the whole lands, are fll with the Shad. and !octtre. Cheese, Wines, '\' the bill and order) be served

Mexicans and he will act accordingly papers in the canst'. to which can b had. Brand, Gi, Porter, &,c., &.c. Ne or a cop of this order l It OYSTERS. '

From this anchorage we are entirely cut LESLIE A IPON. $) T ru"ec<. November 14, islo. 17 .USTAIIIC "' newspaper of this State for subscril has manIc orranrenet.ts te. 1 lie fur

of from all communication save with our- THOMXSH HAGNER, Cat : at least, before the day cl THE with fresh oys'TIl:Rs, dailv, at his Oyster -
November 2s,
seKes Mexican papers sometimes find their 'Il LLOTU14 FLAiJG' & Sa'ixin! Ajaljehico'i': Ovste-r will l he received -

receiving from Brig reOhl. Sugar Kettle, r 21, ISII.I on Diursdavs arid tnrdavs F' ruihes ran be sup : -
.ay into the Squadron. I have tied in rain Two Hundred Uewa.d. ARE ) \LTZFLL, '
Dolan fin; so, too, and 12i1< gallons plied bv (lie quart or gallon 1
to procure some of them for }'ou. They got Also, Kers'vs, Blankets, Osnaburgs, Su'ting} Middle Circuit of K-nda DANIEL T. P.ILX

the Cumberland, Commodore Conner.s Shirtings, Ca.m.rf and Sattinetts, &, & October 31. I-4R 15 f :

and them more.- November 14, Is40 17 4t 1 : Clerk e
Fag Ship, we never bee ( "
: JOHN B Kats. Ikp. Cl"k. Lost or *'fuli 11IP
Ship.. I sail from this placefor Vj Solicitor. ti
be1e'e. wi ITlagi tratc's Court. ROM meat smvanneeOId 'l'twnasmnahllIICK.
Pensacola six d I antiCipate | ; 10 .
in ) or s
liE Justices of the -cond District, Leon County FT: BOOK, tieel with a buck-ikm Mrinz.rnntainiii ;

the pleasure of seeing you, when I T will hold their next Court on (tie second Mon- C .. JI.\u"r." in it one (lived liar bill, thief i:r t< nr dollars 4

will l explain la person the very great disad day oflecenimtwr. turndav,4th. n..t.mler. John Cle of silver, one note on J. Puntiiij; for (san hiiielred and .

Untages under which this letter has been Wilson, J. W Sherwood and Robert ccles, are (the euht dollars ard some rentsdue the first day of Jan- I,

ministerial oflu.ers of Court. Under an arragementof d uarv Isj"). e>ne mute on Dr RShaffer for one I.iindred : I!
which for us
Panned must accout to
you ver7 the Magistrate's, th"rt will b but one collecting and twentv dollars, due the tint dav pf January.ISJ4 44

incoherent style Yours truly. I PROCLAMATION docket, which will be under direction of a majority I forewarn all persons trailing for these mtt. j i

-- ------ fly 1>'. I). MOSCL.C1 C.oieruor of Florida. I ol the undersigned Justices Each. officer will ON NEW JERSEY. as I shall applY .for a renewal of them, or (tie us-ne.
MAR1tIIH. It has been certified to me that' be held responsible for the papers put in Ins hands There were eve ral ther papersof riot much value
WHERE\S Office for the the Court .4. Light FW, dam Sallv in the pocket book It was lost on the 7th or 'thinst .4
October in custody! for presentat
At Fort Gibson, on Tuesda, the 20th< It JAMF.McNAUB, a white man, I coletion.. BId. ( Col. William R Johnson in J. G PLANT (
\I Chapel, b)- the Rev I). McManus, Chaplain, F. ol the the County ol Ala bua. in of the C. E. J. P. graiid dam Roxana.bv HJX- Madison Co, Octeber is, [24] 1516. 11 4t
Florida acensation BARTLF
Circuit ol on an having
F MARIA., daugh- JAS. Saltrnni, Wildair, Driver,
n.IXT.1. S. A, to youngest feloniously murdered one SAMUEL WOODS in the Long ;
the dam of
TOftbe late James McMuIIio. of this city aforesaid County of Machua, in this State,malI his EDWD M WEST, J. P. and lll'ss and was Nullifier and Aratus is Haroti.I .
November 17 out CASKS Siiles and Hams, for -ale bv
-- -- .-- escape from the cu.toy of said Sheriff on ? 1 J5.6. by the sire of Sir Hal. Lj I-
of the 14th in.t..aid is now a fugitive from justice
OIIITUAIIY. ORDLRSNO. 2. } standing at the plantation
I ie-d 1S4P! James MeNabh is about :feet 'inches high, stout about four JUilt'8. cast Ot'toher2i,15111. 24 -
.in Leon County on the Mh November, blue inclined to I Second Battalion ixth Regiment
made. has rf hair ejes eye l.ht Florida Iffilltia. *-HI O, 815, and 825.
Plantation Goods.
AXIEI rl&lu. Sr., aged 64 years, 1 month be white is an Irishman by birth a man of much IN Wltl. GIBBONS, Ej'h the
24 dab,. i intelligenceAbtrt THE companies comprising the Second Battalion, Fashion| 0 CASES men's and women's Shoes,
lie thrrtfvrt by virtue of the authority. vestedin Regiment, Florida Militia are h"rebyor- ty of champion. 5) 10 Kerse vs, plains and Linsevs, -
deceased Carolina i of a sweepstake $1000 en
T was a native of North .me, I do hereby other the above reward of T detest to muster at Newport,on Wednesday, the 2nd ion, forfeits, in 1S37 I bred nabures, Carolina Stripes, Sbirtmj i ,

"e"itb the mili1ia <1 that State in the revolutionary Hundred Dollars (or his apprehension and delivery day of lecember inst The several .0mpali&.i ticello He is sure foal getter and Wool Hats! Flannels, Axes. Hoe s, i.r., ie.. for
CourtHouse and all officers muster at 10 o'clock The line will the 7th sale bv l.IRCHETT i LINDENBERGER. '
?, and wa, at the battles of Guilford to the Sheriff the County of Alehu.: h forme of as road horse"

and Lut w Springs, w here he ,.a slightly ; and citizens are enjoined in his arrest, according 11 o'clock precisely On Monday and pre- of Je IB October 24, ls4G. 14
\ious, the commissioned and non-commissioned officers in and

"Onde. He "u alt ae the taking of Bre.w n'i Fort I to Given law. under my hand and the great seal of are orJue to:meet at Newport for drill and instruction being per Brig 1>-area Her, Cavalry, Light Infantry and Utile

;Alit ( at the culture Of house known a the I the State of Florida, at the Capitol. in Tal- The of Clot bmc,Men's and Boy's Tactic I
,'do M tt' aud of November A. D, By order of Colonel S. SIBLEYTHOS SYSTEM of Tactice.or Rule for the Exercises
s, an of the United J. LATHAM Major.Comd'jr of and Manexuvres of the Cavalry. Liflt Infantry
.cogged in the Of the long struggle in va"xw 1SJ6, and of the Independence and Crushed Sugar
cr.e the 71st 2d at., fth Reg., Fl. Militia. North Snuff. and Riffle men of the United States, bv authority cf

other expeditions against the English and J.U. Sate yearWM. D. MO FLEY. Tbe Major will be pleased to see a!many privates I 3i.l0 &.c. the Department of War Jest received and for sale

He lived through th gloomiest daJ of thepbht. B\. the Governor : Governor of J"rida. as feel disposed to volunteer on the two days appointed -I H. GREENBERG \ CO. by PA.H HAYWARD

and pftuted out hn blood that his posleritZ J. T. AmcHtB.sVc'j'. State. for officer's drill : I I It Octtbvr2l.ll6.

1 b free He survived long enough to je starI November, 1"11 19 Tallahassee, November 7,1'1'I

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t T UIIOL : ( urIchs.4I MOO ICf.U .\ 1CO.rrocLmatiou Tax C o1leCOI' Sale. FOR THE REMOVAL \NDPFRV A NTTClOF -

O-JTjr : byilliaui\ 1)). )l Tosrley, virtue of authority vested irs me bt law, I ALL DISEASES AIt1sCd; .KOM Av82IMFLRL

>L:. A\S> *.TVI [ flU1I4DI ( lie. Gorti nyc of tlomlnWHr.UK BY t-cpOs- |"r sale' before the Court House .STATK Ot THK I.LOOD

Ip .\S, It habtfn t I, r-t-.l h>r ar| .j'rr alb- MontitiUj. Jetkr-tnCt wntv tn the OR hABIT Or TUU
djif 1 .'it1l I ibc II >nk9 dvKT. in
J I lnont:M .ilier; applto
. (;r: LR') AIM Ihjt (;EaRKLtFroNl14( | wt. c TIM: \IZ
4 Julii-t !'r ',.ite >t Vs41ljIZtss..il sUO*\ t lir '<-ttltri first Monday in Dtceinbcr n> */,
g/p Lnioi Baiil. and (rFOKuK' \ OUNl aecc-e'ories t Jfing' Ecu/ Jlbtvmotum
.Vczt doer (if JiNFS. were will Scrofula vr 0Cntanrtni <
I ( nt a ul .1t4i1.&rze) '1) l hi t'tute i-l Ji.hn tut, the following propertv. or so mu-h thereof ac
n itire Out he u pr<*: ir 1 t t'. llifde.th it \M11> Fish. late tit Gad. leu s-u'masty, Kimptumt'iwirtor Putt u/fl .

:; GlUS his irieiJi and ;t li pu'ft ( !iCi j* lljtc tl tultm t 1 1 tinsi l tf,>, and an ttuitite.lroni tut;ice : rTrrn nav the tax dime-on said iri.perty J-aee, Btotthtt, Bites, C/irnnit Svrt Ln "ft
II.RL'I41EV.NS Aii'r.Ny \VM sF; |,s .(>. FI.RlSXKcontaining"99lacrsFJ.sKi.s I
'4 armies of CAKIM-.1 LLi- .V irAior y, ThAt I.U ILLUM l D MOM I.FY. H'tnin vr Tttttr, bra/J lItuJLnlarKt* *
"llh anv 2 [ Ij tMt';. 4.; yn :.';, T I.R4.S&. F, 79.9l"LotNn..S23.TLRa.N&E" ni *
Nil-I RK mil 'iiiu a-tvle thu i (n v Gsi-sio.r i-f t lurid ih> viruast (Ihe.iutioity vtstoilin 115" Pain of the Lout uri'l Juinft, *>tullarn 17

III. s at > 0ll. V. ni >n 1 lii--, di herrbv or'er a r.-\>ard uf fUOHI ? .-% ,, !,, 'iyrnpPnmti.. "tieiIiea or I.tivibes-
(1 \v Tinsi 111 101"
ut F:
. W11K11t R.tN&
1J k'in. with tin *, < I lNm'uth< itirdat.,1 I .ilullinx( .nt iu> arcoipt7 M3RFD DOLLR>, each, fir tl<- >j j r.-'i, n Kni.f rILt'iSCUS: 5' ii ::_ :?: Jtitain an. ing fruiit an injudirtvu* \ '
\ aid at pifis tt'rrev >; : N & F: -I t.tI'
tiai \ Cu m., x if 11 I jM ot t arum* ktm's! Si'Ijr ..7 j nl v'n 'i r- i-* ei i T (41 t thla.l will u.tl! mid I'i itues. ami flitir -Lster' ID to- ets-tus.Iy of! rp.\KKSthti tn--ih d a., inform tbepufil;c that heX ii I ictlT,1-a.N&E., S 2', L 2. RI, I .' rnrtfl
t. s. "niiii. il J 141'ItrttOi aid t ttri-ot .| Hi. ii rlGVVll') --1 J, d l <.nil, to th a thi | nl. r ol t fitber ( ads
te<'*, V.ir i ( tnord.r* tterv rcuir) 4! the 4I-b. riM.* Jim-4 I:. Kro-itni. J Uf "t I I'r.1' t'r ( ( .->.rn- Y' 'iisz, stt'ut inide, "> test -1 or iarh biildnifform rlt aset-upiest bv St irr X l o.,nest stout .5 -tso.T2.E-l.N&I set rplll* v; Is). .f thi_*|-reparali >n i- nw v
Ti-le tiF
ur'iitu" & F:
v *t\l: ? (1 aI l si t'i, control tory 'I. .5-I i <.u-its. 4 il tae i- t r i Hark e> jet bbck luir, inlf 41 pfiiedHI to Peii.is fit :M uitilai t .rv. in tie rear ot which K* 0 ii R l.N tr J. kin.wn, and every dav the tie'd! >f )(, \n fi

& a.tet li:c. II* i* oMt nt 4-h HIT tttie w'rk 34 t4 4 r<>niIj jt. tit.ieiiji > uj49 aj on tt-dSv ...iI! 4r.-\, thick black brd, no wUnktr- \.nth} > inteni's t to carry i.n the tsiismn.s' rj CAH1.NKTM 'a i4 7 2, ii1, N &. F.. 121 exttiriinsr.. It is approved and highly mcmded

tke tuIiz % ULK.NuLK! \ l nstb of f J inchtN. NTDI \KHUndbPHOLSTrKFR and '5 2, S 30, T !, K I. N S F:, tt adraitted
CH aru I
tins ,* intht Mill_ \ essmnpls.ion, ciit'.rcmscu in -s .\krU.l "3" bv hyuicuiis, a: is |<> (be t
boti rs prm
dmi b> e carp tilhorof 4' IST2Rf.N&E, ,
will K ur5ia to inJi $h'.i Qten s m'I.ii; of iiitls.poaititi, 2' or 3s eir of (eels>eil prtpand to e\ -cute any orders m 5' : Mi" powtrtul and searching |1-reI.arsten| In.n ,
'it is31T2.HlN&F .v
JejxirtM 44
$ trade. b fr.isshitis! of hl. iiu -iuesiHe that has U.n -lovwl his-dual
., hilith- as-, 1'4ilur $5. the it i ever s mf in l
*. jnilitv 4'a' prs-tice
4 ;.. ollrnllin if toijiv il 5in* hvn s n itapl'rp", mil al ftvstrjjwt -I IX tonsth! aitEr &I tlt I .s'LulI prs'-44tht my a- <;eirr lifroti pas-PS *nfitjtf i btfu, mine olUr i ii j'roviJed \\ilh time bc>t matt-ruU for them.uf.scture .' ii ?, IN&E.: I1l.u') It is nit local irs itnp Tattoo. bnt rr ?aLCtteIldll53"

*. cf In* Turk. cD't-119| and uii-list- 'o tl., Hnu. Jjm.-* M t (IiJrlu.t C. Jii', iktt cr0 iti'-b.-! .*iih,.f.hIr, '..irmUT of IHW artuleol Cabin.t .urniture, 5 :J..s-J1T-2R4.N&F throi ch the whole e'ts-n. It i .
:' C' / m t.% irk "*<' in tinn, il < irr-i.il i Jnl- ..l I'n.I.id! l..r Hit- (\ii ilv i>I (...N.l i, a"J rod l I' CITID'.Liin, lir ii n t .ir in. uudtuuil.4 i.ti'h avcretiri i, Kiifvn, Talilts, Hedsteal-i, '5 '4 2, S 31 T 2. itI.. N & F:. .1) sonou, el rntnts in the tahst.-d, and re fi,rrs lfjf.k
n To lb.cni *ii o( T* Unas .Y. -nd most 0 ii sSiT.i:; R I. N & 1:,
r ritutu h:* n -t h'.If% ln i s !tr a iI 1 pr iv 1 >r 4 :'itiil dK lur. from the .\d uiaiir.i '- I .-tur illv \*,tdrhi-* hut In ,4. \T, ittl. ts..u1], l hair*, &.C.. Xt -. .ti t the M .tUsf jerlutstvlt Gov Moselrv Mej M tone to the or anj which generate that flui tjscroful

; ; e-rrrtrt he w.iL ha lurtotore n. n d and tr --i* in-ii IK tli <.-.t Jt4. (.1 _\nln''jl.l mitli, Sr., laic ut: iiotU ir, III chin, int -lli ent and hod ot TCM-im.:, lie will j-io repur any d -s<-nptir>n of lurnit It in:; on the Lake, jjinin said lands cnterid bv ,us and all i-ats-roal dis rde rs, tJ e it u

E J the pireu.e In* and ,jul Cu'id. d .- l lU hi< tr4ifli I d! through tht- rs-is-r put ut t the Ti,lUilS.UK Ioi3ett anl R IIIs* : tt ere rapio healing of the sores mt! f nsti.tes ; m rt .*
satisfaction, I'ji jIketr < IK-Ion to him q-
I EIV and
lhat h nw contimi neHe ilthnks'o( thi cifire Charles Williamson, purporting >;
% : i.L'1u4llv; ; S. nRKfJO.lVJnr. -* at,d Canadi. -irx.ut 'i 'r4 arii I aat.i'iiff'itp.issli I \\<,\i"tl ri-tun ili' zrifel ti'.ln. aid oth.rpa!ntul afecfions .f II*-mustoiJ
roni It-nee an.i fat or. he has alrewh \V s\c ",1 1R 1 I.SA. r.eontainmu lV s7
lotmikir t b trjJ n.ilau.ittriirvM.'ikinan if r.it l! 'i i-isfp Urt'ii' I li'nral patronize S Jof fibre -d ri-tin vjl s-I the ',
i < IT Quit, f, tiih a. tMI >st.o1'1 "n r 2-I. > a if e > pain, d ,n altW|
,. > __ 'sTI R I S V F:confiinme
1thJj,1.1'] __ is-esiisd..\i dro*, .ct u'lt'! nrlint icontinuinre acres, F hS\ F 4S artPtwal ot btruith, Ktepinz pace withttetefrSof

('I.: Ctven uinl r sow hstd and the treat sjl ol 'It- their fain*, ;ss hijit.| s.z'himissit! to dye sitjsta 7 i.SI acn, enferrd bv Thomas \\ nzht, puns h.th tie disease frori the ttt-ni,. If u
1 l\, tn iiitl.s jtii r i! ite, I sliill |iipt. t ni\ ac3 turn a 111. ir orders both in Section atnl aid tobelonj to the estate ol Dadt,. pnf
[_CI.-] the Stile, jt abe oitol f Tailaha-sstt, Inn <-ti,.11 11 allhoin.i\ : ui : highly .reentrated form for ci ntenienc. and porfi"bilitv
4.T 'int .11,1 %.44q1er4 to tlu II in Jiiilzf wl I'roii IK-sold tin ( .iosty lavs
liu v
:il en irk. The above lands to top
.j Allornr his
St the nhdjjot Aiuist'M t-'t'! ;. price 1 an-1 (jtialitv ot v\i and when dilntol according to tJp ducflOM"eath
Pontiff Hi) Jcffcr>on Toiintj! TlorUj, t 1..s.1 in ilv 4-> \s1igiisi&4'ra'r of Jnu.-1 \\ D MO>1 LI Ypv i-i nuirt I", i'.fWILLIAM- 2 > for IS | { ind Isll.itul the State and County (axes l>ottlc will make sia... I..ct-s tlieiimri.1, _.
1 a-ll-4.! d rjs-vl, 411'i )>; U .ir 1 tti T4 oi iIi'iiiNiciiI. for 1 1l5. P ni q0j
i tie (loVfrnnr- to tulle and w th -n iu >enrr
TVT'l-L ytenl the ( ireutturN of the Mi-l'l I.- n %jid (IDI ii trti.n. \V. S. THf I USM H WARD Also the follow inp, to pay the State and County quart ID iretlictbal valu
: (1 Culuubu! t l the J\ fl T ARCHFR, Sicret'rv of State to lie various |'rtparat 11 !Inannt; the nut* TJ.prrynef. .
\ ot fthg Count. :O 1 > 5. 4",
- i Circait. an \ mS tastes for 1'F s Ii :
Asm't2', I ; C. riV 'iNI) (jENEl\L.GENT, rs are almost! daift reccivin
Eastern: Cir< utt, 'It'tItLi. TToRxlv I: \ : .' frictionS.c\ II T J. R t. N A. F,
Isot No in
I of \Va4histoti. I). C.Rr the most respectable ar.cltr, tettufting to it
r t.1ty
.1 tik 1Io. Auu$ a, JQtt ( 4 !\ mouths after d-! I -h ill pir-ort m* t nalsj lH' 111 lf.Y iiinmiuestlMlhe: will ittind ertsresh I \litcolm iilrhrisf* and contain, 'f* arrc, talui-a* an active am.d curatitv medicine

? .ic(-,'ant ai I wott-2&i4! ;n I th- \diui ni-'t tritf sf f c1FiLAT V utii.n ot (lisnis 1 t-s'iirs! t)he- scti rilFvmtite anti |oins Dr J<-rnunv ( plantatiin. Ihe fs.illossir.is i.ti-rt-atitt; ca-,f u
7 Nl POKr.I a.> t tin- r.-.i i Monticello present.,
; ? the town of :
11 los.i i'iV.Hiditd etl idM thp I Hi Also the (following i lots in
i > \ to n< xrcrs IIF -isls-sri!,. r \\ill .e >'r. p.srt. tver'stti:>j s t. I De| arliiH-nts .
# .VM IL usorKr.NCRui'ijii Julz <.! I'r Mijie ''I| \I l 1 1 >oij C.1 1,ity 1 fer i' ItcrnI \\.in Hon.ft lTuit il >iatesti r I.a ulsorMonrv, -sos. 1 I' 11 I 1s3 and u' owns r nit know n on such etu'ence is unnt-r -,s3rvNrwt.Kic
d iKttlit
WILU will m *.i\Mtli, viqi lot ,u'I co mm itltoi** rl lItLi4 ai SMITH SIMKINSsbff. ( ,
; i:. \\lVn.I.., pr.tCtU'4 5, u a* the \ilni-ni'ratiril sjd's'-s.ite. illitibraix Publicr! unti, to cbinis IHI _- N. J., March 1-th
: tlir ccuntu tit th<* MiJ- -1 < .itr.,u '-htiR\ MIL fir thf) aV.te t't.Sir1e4 m 'o t th I tttlinunttt t < Tix Cril I Irff Co. l m.
: n'rhip. 1 Ih'y \\-tt:l atu < < an-1 1inw'ui' e HIH WILL! \M s. UOODXKDMili ) h. *, and earnistlj lohcit a s'ure! oi pub H I lisrt I's,5Imfli-.iillrr, sind. r Ii.dian or oth,-r frs..ttis-s, tr njfino Mi-- srs. A H i. I D Studs:-Mr. O'lter'stliild! ,.
f die litrift oi" 11.rIi. JjV on n ConiTt MJ\ it"I; l ;. -41 t iS' Pre ion and ether Ind (Claims arid to tin June T. 1'lul 4ft rq a thi_ |lul.ace, tra.-ittrfckdwith cnfulavtlrfntw
Lii!rict. Tin c.nd loj patroniseMl to -cm, r,
f tii, in tinXjulcHic*,! afnx'al f rloii.la.: : ofii; Is's-sines-s ro' <\] 1 to l>n nre will n-< ei *- IINclo pr'* unn of Lind Patents, to Pi-:isions in t tl Le :\rtnt_ Tax-Collecior'% Ssiip.B old, wl:ich soon rrdurtd her to a mere skeleton.-.

.;. Thmi..iria.; TlieCJrt Circuit Cauls| ol the UtiiUti \* inoi ih* lf, r d.i5c, tL. u It r-iiti>f w ill pn r>.-ro' il ttenti(.n, and, from Ivn ei/. tt'iire ail \dVor b'lsiitsst oniie< ltd I tlurewith, to the V virtue of the power vested in me bv law I shall The disease | rvadfd the wti<-!e t-ftn, and

a1 the ljrK ami s'tn1 hiw 4< count< and VI1(4.t1 1 to fIse Jud.t of f ill Ibis bq4j't.! <, hi tliMi-M l irc.sell cotnwtt[ t to g V.. oht iinni? t.t J Patents for scunt i fir irn tfiil I Intiiti .. tvpost lor s.si. bttor the Court llou.t tuor, HI f sltd itself mmjii rnnt sonen the hpid,loj atu

.. Stat* at Ta1t.&h.s' iVoha1 .(j L-vtii Css.utta> \ diiiiiutrati SIe4t.st tm ai.n -i sl 1 ill"u! -fion m-t. an toall oihtr busii.f of apuSUt nature leqiiirnii tUetitvol T ll.iiia,s- t. rouutt of L -tn, limbs Dil'trci phtsitran-i in Newark, Behlj11,

-'. flROf'KE HIflE-cC"RtI ( ii VJt1dt.5eC.: ot II 'urv T Cop+ Inf.asd upplv for UtUr.tftdi !ale! \Ohl further T'r-'pir.s1 to 1sr-l- Tcpe-, II 14Cin ; an .\m nt On ihf 2tl MHidty in JVin/ory next, and New \trk pn.fr.btd for Ler at vjri
.- ir. LXVILL I: ,ui2%iion tr. m fIle -.ai.l < -.( iti* ; : Salt. Iron in'l % 1S4I other b *lmz Plantation Clan is .i -uiut ifliji'. EdO ItS t.rouihstIy attenlcil to, the llowinji properv or so nuch thererl as will hut tinallr pave up the ca.e as perfectlt hrt
F. ,
c:. AUITft' .-', if IV LUM C. MIPBLLL. Adu 'rJIIH Smpplm.-ss n sre g s'ner.itly advanced on crs.fJ| uttli tuUi intisti attd, XrInl at the State 'Pail tise on the same for this- tear 1st:>: _\ last Mr Oiiter was indmcd to tit t l5 ur Sarpa.

I ', Ist't l. 1M-*. 47 ol-beolto! of th s aOTIlutrt jrrrutu.njittafre, of cLarge All Utters to j >V !, N U 4, S Is. T ?, R ,. N and I -.adjoininjc rill, and iMYordmglv procnretl f.-ur Ix tries.

: M. D. PAPY A "Til '. of .1t.-ae&c., a< n-* al :if thi i's'' be fKt.fsa&d. lands belcn ii C to Col. K W. \\illiaUij, owuer not -ipinnelt; adrtini-tertd.with manv i ttetttilhtbtin < ,,.,
st lccKi -dt>tnt.t. Ax! :
i ia
'' GFOFOK: .MILLF.ni UEFR5rs-I : >
,n >* t1 J r .te. I wit! t>r .5 nf gry ir writs known
C/JT.-llST JHIWo S Nt-wwstt. ink 2fi lS2e- 1 II >n. AS. V.HITE, U S. Senate. '* NW.j.NP..L, :;o I I tsecane -tfiioaiiife.! wi'h tlit t ircslu&tfcn at
: .i'i-1 "i -- r ;t.l! 1 m. 3't4lie&t; (ri tn the !ls> i The F. t.N F:4anulSELS >,
I .I'hv M l( i Co- l K \ IIs % ,o\Vf \ and P. F *. S F 4, S _> ; W i ctV the ?as*>. The child, tho is now *zrd ftur vf_ ,
.: P. 11 ah I I' < tut i _! i .1 l fr '- ''f 4'I.f) ) mv t i < ti< riot : I iJ.TS.: JILR$ iTilFiR! tI S F1. R \ :
i: '
I WILL t l('Lit ii ill irM tl nil In ta.itol i < n i js I i i 5. .s.-r oithe iHt i tc t>t Dmi.l ii I f'V'T T9 C.\ TOMFTOJJ .5 A15pi-i. 15rtaow, \ J, S Jf>, T -.rc.f, \ alt.! F .sitnuted near Marnmzton. was toe c.ropkte no.nt sIseasp. and inr pail of
ot Err iiiitbs Her bt dt
J.MLrIra.E uiiz aflv
S.MI ii k i i H. i i 1intL il ly e i ipt J b) tin 5.. s1Ii,, 1 1. i*--.i &t. it.. tl I soil i'u.t-. \''k)1tITDiar! | 'r : I ha\p tni&. nsp f | orportin to h-l'ung to I -wis Conner arnl > w.i SlIOll.t t
natural tie Lead
I 'I I> Rrniiiio, fr ist ( nearit twice its sue iimbu t thod
nd >
r rtJWEPtl U. .1. l AVS! AdVrMv the Si ntlu-rn I.il Insurance mpant <
StxrreUrt nt fs-e-s f ti b "if ,
oi .evs.rit dt I n *or a < .. dtmcst! ttitirs- lottnd wn1 [
;; C.siit.v.. S F I ofwd ) wcr art
77 **. a'i<; r *n S I7T 1R \aiMlf: \.epttheFJ
7 ; .
KottinH. ait di'.l's&4 id nl to
.* \ith'ie h.mp.. -f tiiCt. in ii J_ .1. IImuv, of Illtrioli section: also IM: NAV 4. S(7T( ,, liN: I asui: *!'ie' W** unab'e to IM ve. and would takt no noficti

BC\ IOC' MH\NCM NOltd't'. ihisilnniV indha*-!',? utthd tS-ir srtfui iap. ii S_ :\. DOII.I.AS, V.', L'.SNV 4, S ', r '. K 1 N and U ,owrr not _f any thincr, onlv to .hrinktrcrn hsinifonth,9by }

; .1. A: i. nuou -'4 lx t'.4Ihi5 j s1I< i- d .I.*. I st'itll pre--itt tnT tin I If rrnnrfi wtu"v!! :IM.1 Ctlv, I ctn *,> that I bare WIM.i- 'Krc-v, of Kcsitaekv. krwvtnTtie i i Err I IM tiier. 1 he di-tase, at the ame turf.wMe

,. ? !fjt' Hon. .In lite Pri tcuiitl ih..m t ti S s;,nil.sr HI th'-ir p. riiion to that
fl .u-ii- ot
ATrmxcYs \NO CWSLI.LOR'. \T I.XVT, : i iti-it s-ttl v i- i JOHN: PiTTiT.iif Indiana K | of N W .fof SsinTlTllNanelW, | jiiali) stvere inwardlt, atferuid with titsist; asiC.

I ( ( in -4L :in 4. v itv i-f J.-ftro:*. *i a: |i'\ Hir"nl< air: -m-fK.Cil. n I; withoit. hnccer, rts' s_ c. s\\ipi.r, Wlacre rent Lake Jackson, purporting to btloiu: to uationetfrt few 1 ours. Thcv prr iirtd some air

d itJi \ I ol tlif fjl U Jo- stt4 U t-ri'-.i t-tVct rspsetsIy: jri, ir? tr''en tH* us. >fth the teiirt she I ad
I4..rtj ) .\ i'h the ntlirti l.tl Isn- 'or A *( e n .1 r..r C P. Mirn, Chtrles U ilhins i. | ot sarsapariha, au taken etc lot

I Tlinill? A en, Tsw-rt ,m' i ihavtu < ttiuhlUev ej'b MAIIIUU;, l.ie ufi4 C.nintv. d
will 'nn-ojin r ji .c tl t.ir atttutnvi c\clu-! H ROCntl < 11C1ST. ,-rciU- t\Ga \prtl ?, iJ. .4 jr. PrfV LItfMHsrit in the north addition to the *f rit' TalhliicMce,al'o across the n rri. She has now just finished fakir*

1 J _fT.-. ,4 i C..U lU, Mu1 ;, Is \ 4T t '5 J_ :M. II.IHI:'. lot No 1b in the sooth half cf the eoaitt. rmmrttr fSJH the second totIe( .arid tL, svrcs are nearu all Iseaij,
their xsi m.Tlio
t to pnn < Court of l!. St.iV, f V ,wi Ibv Tttomnn J Hani. .If D 1 HrnDoi-t.F, <,\Visccnsin.. the Bibs iestor. d to their nat,. i i si. she t LUitscht
ij rift.
M tir' !
*. will l lu
a TinM I'i f-s rt 'iv i lh it I h.tIses, tn the I ahtr of -*''f'i', sf d iVaI ri'tin., n \,.s.sl'-
t trcuilM 1". A A F. HFR.r .
n t'iluiJ Ar1 1 t a', 1 1cI
<1 eth ut *!< OuurU i r ctc t4 / .'rdit l t' it d'rj'jmdirini<- rthe 1 DrVV.HM'r :
aa t t two
I ___ r>t *s ii'.i! I m i-nv '-r tier > i rear i c i T rt \r> iritjullt vtwis. t J UPVPP
rch 7. 1 A. ) U f. f J -- t i 5. I'-.I--) il.i----)*M! lite ol ..H t \s.ts.I. IiittM tt.J '.114, ami h.vr aUi sold a 1)t'. Hull's nliiioii.il } iiKiut, f:\\tTfttfini ix' .L. L. U. >t.: ol .out*, s MatT; t See.

.iozi-: 1,4!. n E'.4 ii ihcir! .1-. n JIK! so i v !bIt-4. From the u-i I h iv. HI i'it of 1'or CWn, ('c/sic, l\tfn rise s, Cr-tip, BrtHirlntu*, Atp'n" '-- I --. $ The f.l1licsri 1! ; is an exfriet In-m a Ii' rfriRiMrs : ;. ,

A'I''I'tIN1Y \T LVfc .0 t t-,.. 3 i t f Pl l ft* .4 .in I C .' :itvid t-n i i Tt i' i'id fr,>m whit I hP h.- d i I tn tn ll"titM/i-Cuii h, Iitftiifnia Ifmrunt i Bc to. who had '*ars iflftn1 f- -

&. I'lurlU. a ,k for u iti s'.it s i i.. -.-n .- <-\ ,4sri'si4ratiss. th.t > w itn I lutrc *id I lure 10 b.-t.-v inr .'lrtifiJ or Fainv, i.i lisrhpsF. fitttni* :: Vees: *> th Scru'u''- 'ss Lieera 1> | n ur ti- ,

: tUuuri .liTF',; 'a'Ntwn ) -i.di'. them to ft5, nnMir a -i i ir VnliHiU'ous oj lilacs. Cuittinnp'ion, DtJfru'tyof /
r M supoi
i vti.hart the
tl I t'n' Jn-M 'M' < 'nt< (bi ti.uiiv < omiu HP \LtK-* INIrus cBtis aH cti nttt Thrr ufB ,ad
att ? fr irjniHS
WILL HI." 'um, SlrIT.. r'-Tfl-4i. pa iic'il-irlv adaj ti d ts (iht. di>- ,*-sf ; ;, < I>- I :
M MLri'BCRo lth.
th tr .i; t i it h.'d? inhijitsfimM. >ts-i1ii-htie..i. I'.ilit. tifs.
l I.L 1 h' 't : ,
.i ,
II -
? l-'Y. T untv. V I r.eornes.-sal ih sjftrlefT "
r-.vs I
; ttii..1 l.1in ,t' ciri m < a L *
a1..rga. Mt-53r-4. A. &. D ai ds:-t.i t rrsin 1 ctmaitieat
ltK.X :tzt i tand
aal the t >M in t ; i tu>n lor ti 1 o i I si 0 i dts i- sot f the < a ic. V.imltwl
IS tf ut rii 'i;l-Tw, iid as jn Auti-fJilliou-- Toilet Irtirlrs rerfuwcrj, tcur r-apariHi.. Bit sDf1rrn. aiect
h d
rn'i tin wr-
% r Isss-. asf is fit lit Sl pii'dic.arimf
1.s n th.f ittir 4 l te, I ,' ul '.u-..-tit to tin* lv inn.-?- -.s.--ris'r t'. ttsrettyv.S. ill 't5 thus tsTrtit.I PUTIt' URtu'DtMLOfle. I a-'t prfs-.n ; en thi--at wa. e.-ii1ereh.: nktrKf .
\\ ar
,. .'.' Pf_, t.. | f'-r I ii ( !ni':w. \i.-ntHr t' i-a: v i i_ a ti i it >v ,-d. I barf a HrtMitn! (ouigii, and thrre fre
t h -- JiH tl f '< i-i u < \eath bt t'li t thi A Ac.HPMr were
Jr. i _i '. i. LCtV! .%MES T.il.Jss.ssep.A'it'it P.rtistiLir dirietu(I I us -- -("iim: si .\ > )li M atirx ,: s > :LiCs- .
\MHU5 for 5teis 4flber that I count
v''iio-r- Vietitiy n t 'ak abut
4I iuf ,
Ir..l\O.S.i it
C Hntit Jf-f -r-soi. HA i MI ; : | "p
Pri'i nts > Ill!
a.ssl! and fjr
unli stuitK 1. ?
f-si';. 5Ta'Tr.'ss'd i!i : -tt to i ut: j t ?
mI Srir.- ttbe 'tizesii <. .lsi.'r.'w; of N I'M* in I M vt is 4 "id.h Flu I ndib\ a wh:sr arid bcsti'ts' the inHmiuat n Irtmra;
lV< to i< Sold in fall.th.t>s(-i-. i nj.kt* -
1 -i.-i
On-KUSu) -c a.itl it> victaitiN.y i'i 1 !ls-ss a,i, '\ tor 1-1 'I .-. tft4.fl.i w .t3rh t-r! On 4 Ftn.-hin.tw do/i.n NoI LI:WIs x MF$. Itrsaok' v.t throat ext -ndt
1 1I1. !" tfATTORN \(fmi'i; : : .r IV!I.LI XIV GOfDM N. ., I < M$ (v K t.-th .ilvir r-w.- and tvnnl, Cort1P D.SI-miser t t'> I I". > I sP I.iri.' :iidii! io'A'"rt7 : mnch impairtd M'er tjkin_ the SarsapanH!*
% IItI I s r-ei'i ( ri% arrvj.
I l ( .* : .H.Mi -.. life 4 ? 'S'boifri' -, l!U \.tf' 1 1 ansi \rmlet for alr I.TM.v jFJciJanlujrh. ashon tire, nLeallh impiovt-d ard n i threat,
5rij PA.S 1JVtRT.WOD1ti'L S.miMrllTT'n iii.u ii. :mi-M-l R..t.- Js.igs.11.th.tsisiisiJ ( well i fret ft* 'oLt. '' tLhtma-c.
?:q. O Nt'iit now aims a* ; >n at
k iihs4it-'. :SIM! \Vt\lis .!:it..'i. t ft'z__'!l--r v i 15 mint it the pu't 'ii.sr atei t rerietles, abe best I andean tu..r d !
ii: .r Llai i aevair ssae. uiie >lto.ivMt
ATTORVKIXol \>l.l.: Florida. | \ ,o.'se'r d ,tt.. tin) sir4-rsw1, \dninify ( HI.?. ASHBILLIOIs! ATloRNlM: I ttaN-51.i MMJs XT I AWTF rci.d< r ur ,--. tr-',t-tit ti It 1 Ir. -t und nst aunt d in throat B.M been wU abouf tt.r. L r oLh5, tie

>cr, llitnlHoa tMiint! ), ; itfil.r..l J. ;i Miirt$ st.- q---f. u'e ot Li'i i I?! MFDY. [ i Hi. i :i '. .rMif, -rs|,i. i i ii vLt'- tsr.seIiee tI t thi' -t ,' < \ 1 loi V.L.CI. w otltr at tin I 1stet c--li rome of which ha- t een efit.ct.a ti.tirr v \ (tg ui*

Xttcntnfis'i: | lit ti.d) a'uf .'IWMitifil tfl1ttf-Y-fl-ar ir Tn ret.sr.I! ss % I-L t i T '1.ti'i to hoi
: <\M -it.\nl Dts-4'sI .t't.jit ton T\n M : nor I I V :II,' '\ \ -- f ot S r-a >arilla-$

'. -- NOTH i:. .MH Jinl..-.f Pi- !nt<- t tr L' tnfnutitx.a \ ) I.t ft* IMI-i, I <- s-i si\ tm.t I aicr\ :* '1i s't'-! --it :i--- i Si's-t'1 it I t t ;r f -. ;in i \hd[ i ri i i* :1.1: -. 1'W. 1 LEIV! & jour \ |r trund. LflFt sJR. BJN! .

J aA I..r .1 J U-irit. Irniii mid l .'inn M* I IIM i with t:i n : I < ,ss--ter\ t'i' < ri to b !-bill I otij. j
\yrj Li\! CIfl.f I ONT .\hf! i r it'i ,r'c is w<-dd.. th<.' will :,ri-'w-r I-b, % rn <'irrtnt. S i'ifFii. |( SrrrHts nib\\ m A llomy Uroptt'l1o. its wp -nor Tame! : "l.ffriey. -.-ejai.t ivi ifS,aLck!

9 ,.. L\\V t < .- i'it.. 'I.& :.. 1 l-- i jSlVta sr'n. '. I stink tbrir. e pul or Mtn. nor, t'> ;s't '% lOuse t > r.--.tdr it O i r\ s s Mrr X\ < %Rric \ ftfuMul /i S .. hilt they fiji to ; r may 1 I.e ebt: tn -d ot : Zns ira':-.

ti\ .xeouN..zI.I.ou; |: .\T : lirv. ill-! n-. i's 's--S soil t **ix the o )her il l.Fm 5., ::1 Cl-U- ->Ml 1. U ty-s P K. H -V T 'I '. ,ss: l 45---.f t 0 eefi.lii-ticiii.' Prepared smn4 cold! 6 A. B. &. PNpSDrcj.

:' . I'l.trlla.WILL tl. rrnul 1 : -i I ,r.I 1.-r 1 llio'is! 4llp l" i''i- 1.45 ,r--.ss1' 11 t-4 gi
M > %
if r t t i -
4 att< ,il i > v. i.it < i t< r i him s s-H'n that he rnnrliiiled thiv rru-f h,IVPC,1 ion will attt:ul to anr,.rr m'i!'.-it;onIt < ,' IT Try--'rtvi arar ci Co urn Ii. d isfb LI HIS&VFs.Ta i ,. SMITH
t itv <; >r '4.J ichors to Ji ; MI
il! .f 1k ; ir rpconimr-nd, ih,
saf .
a : i, < 'in< I in t .( f r** m Itoit plar fcCATLfVP .- U. f R.wrTIN.st.Mb.!
xl ti.ii Ira t.1! L.'h (t.tm
4 r.i
: nu MA-.-l I'F.--I---- -' _____ i, < -n_rt if*,i -m.4 'i tj < -.' 's- i-.' n i 1 ul.d and think th -' will Pw* verY s-ili iHlel-'-ri in the r-i nro' -- l). mfor'5 tialaeItie.sta t--; PF'nnic'P_ r: ''t .TltiiS asuI.re.'a-se tflf tf1fl- MKI Sv Dogisu .enera*!} thrtu t Lt the tmitd

.. S'hos. Jcir.7 Hoir. Ml'MilKLO SMITHr \dni'r. an., ..- i'r \. MooRr. M DP Litttt ( otuJa:1. tit" i.i__ ':i .iki nt oj tf > i t>'r i Stair 1.1 ,tard jtsIciI Slates.piceal.

\: '-h- S -- f rwo,\ or turf-c den buvIuv -< luri\, ,! ,t to ,._. t i r 'e Si.abottceferrj
! sjr iar'P; n< trfsj per r
\TTORTVDt .- ..* si-:,ti->nlN>r l t I"ll I- \LL ,' t ::-t f't romf 'i n*. If the f >*i fml T# .
th< SIH. n i >r to tii.L'r c' i.itntt > :i-f< n ant sbT.ifst i- ( The put '- s. s ti-1 t : re.iesltoye.trspi'r i -
- i: TILL c tit rh t4 ).r.ttC ii 1.Isv LEN & AMC.1? T-sl.ih1a--e-! '- i4et' "rd ufrvrt' t /'ftivni.
\l144 t'sri i
tr s : .
; J ti i'i :i 1 i t'iKnperi.vC.ui' !: iniiini in thi lands st ahti- \1Jlih5le5h1t!\ \ 1 'rs sr : l- s I i :it has bets
\V '
I OMIII'X <-%.Hit. in.4! Mil"<.r- -J.n' :.-t. : n'1 1 '.'i .- \ .,. lii* !ii I d ii.., I < :all .ip'} i t. the 1 1 oil 55tsi.'s-t .. I I';. 5 :fr'I I ind, ('s-mT.s'sv w'nrh hav nit f seri rc"lar'v' she- It .3 -. .1 i ._: f *n*.- a'o! : I'r'i' : -- b r- art .- curia cf

1. J tit ti i.t-Uru In i .< l. S _4 Jiil"f P '.-it ot L .u < .nun for ltzi'-, PI-MI| of bv ti i'r our es-m5)-ti-'st atr nt rrd/int* neLl otii tfsc-prc'thori1iea nut vn..' .ioiutthu* msi- : s-t .j! rf ; -- i : .i >: s .. v. ih the boirap .-

t. u \ -.1. i 4 ;il\ -<-.i''-.r .1 ti 1 j-,! v*. II lid t s-.t.uin.il l 1.1L.Vv h. retofore. ste ti < p -naltt f thee law will IH strirthpriJor' fat niithtnDR :4n ;- -ti ytt t thT.ft.r* ;..ki i r eand? Se-g.

1 rib-i' it ( -l 1 .. UV.rn. Uf'd < II \> S SBL| :V. IM -uh-4-iib, r, hatiiiK i p'ir.tited: the eonc rurfI .*il asrii'ist ill orVwlr UU >DRLrr S AN'TI-FfLLFOT'S P'LL' : pariila.-and t 'ceio otbcrJulv .
-t .*,-jt|t ij : \, \.ill5i ,.r' i.-
h-1.H; .4 :i ri-t .L. n ia.;. i I Mr F U. Utak( would rcspecttoIK mfi M tfnibhr hl.S v-:1l: Btlii
' v .Application* n> ibo PI-idi- for nyr,4s-ie.. 1 l.'a.icor only >:> e-e- r Li" ; us 9% IM;. 1 Is
4k-sit". id, I btst; U tint he i-s -*>and to d .11
: "iMUX'i'S OXi.Y. j I i pn olhirwi>e. tor the stn4isweis'st 'if ]Mt tis Er tr uof tid <' i i.r.-'ite 1 t\er, t I s s em "-. \ --c, : tshitioussr .

; .? Mjiei '. 1-11 ;i itxh 'St I < OACII UOKK in the best tnaui, .-r, VMlh <.iul I:mils '-\ inir a'.J l tniini in tlw Ci'fltipQ uf IV.- Dtstu | si.i, Choln. t 'tV--isa : .-- : ntlvr di- Jut .

I Ntw york lj-\o. i bt Iroaway.: -11 murh stesvsts j 1 h, and on s. ressonLle l terrr, a< any ktilli. I,<.on, ( ladsd. ?ii h-Si .s ;' t, -m ';:i- v\u i- 5. '-0r0.tS I lirijtr tn Ie ilium-. tt-Y.i&iits.. j?, COPiEANTiOsS'. I
-- ---:-' j--' S. -h' in tin coiifitrv [)it't f' ,r tsi'h li pric s nor had ** 1 F' 'K AND VGUE ._ 4 :
'. p t hiI rhc Pwirha t to our sissi U nth >rir. d i t-nf.Mr AL-sX). UdOl'Rlr-'N
-\-2 .4'
J. B1BGE : : .4 *;- Ma CE. -tI .
JAMES -_ rk totse and judge for \ourspl e .it.
\ CLR P1LI>. -oiartr vais'sble
.iMi:, I BiTrvrn in th. \ uiuivifQuintyDFLAIIIILD AND! AN n-1- f ar.M
M i et. i- k 5. I -i .liniut of > '5
H II PFRR k .ot a.w' V- i ris Grarzar
iv:: Jsrrlr for Fever aid Asiie and C.ms.etist's.t due box
.. T : u 1,1:1-: & 15 R I\VSTIJI: N. n. Mr I I.. P\YNF, Coach Smth and S,srinit TY.Wt' ('I flTfS. bcit -rallv sur.t* lent for two cor Th.l1i ta-n-s. Calhon'i-. a-.i: --t coca,

.r.TtL'ioI tin4 H.- --j--. U -t\\.-< a t'u< ( T 11 CT.DMI .s-iur.irr, M krr, ha* his shon m r'>nn< < ttonith, lh tihsrri- Ti'w>f'f$ if t'tf 1jilarructtf hind C,. Fir 4 gen further particulars, see p.mpl.liN .,t the \. P ckt-t I/,, t.s : a. -. I r -_:t MrJune0"

.i..I.. UOlLLawt HJ \NKI.i\ J'Ol -!r. O.t.t.vrtil t. her, and sI-o-'i .i i tbo s!tilthM rk for iheoitwvrn ; M UOODRlfF. M DANo I" *-,. to P. A. HM XV AFP
: NEW .OfK: Jn; ar10.. t't! ;. ttus
ke- u I.sii.1! 4 's'e -* -\.-- ti 'n '>i C\Ii -, ami h. n 'o \i II!l known a-s a w rktnan.th it nothiosrrwrt DYSENTERY CORDIAL .
'. ; DR UOODI.IT.>
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tb. M
: tt ( ,. ire ersntr.ts-sl; m i lt SFV I.I:S ,
> lAiiLUtl I L'U.ls < .V l !tw ud but th it have alt at d i COTTON GINS.
A\l nr' s : \ HI o n .is.y So t C( and certain remedy dr CissdCeripbint.
I : '.1 I'KINI Fl-i! tnLUol; :xv% h Jive IPU i>n !iHl l a popular
G' Uew9a1I it :. .tin mrv stone tl .' b 1 dnlt anthmreil agent sf the ,'dr.i'ncdtilt lbs manufacturt
IN &s work in < st nannrrU tinii.-ri.rn-h, con'nue
1- this, iuiiortid for ti 4. iiitrx.ur <
in | TIIF
TI .. .- of t'n patr iJi-y of in. i It rui* irifti'i.. lv l !i< ttd arf .Jlt-ml l'4k I 'r C\vll O'iPJ'JC'JT.D .\ / KI t.J- 2 -IH nt thepal >rhie( I.HK! Comp.iit, .lis', IR WOODRLFP \\ ORM ?PF( IF 1CA ( -ROLLFRGiN f( r cleaning eal.und

1 ? he \\ill be eaabkJ to JITC them the twass 4 .t ir tflE1f1 I ,t Toi Salr.H is pri-' mil in sell or rent such portions ansi tracts lp-h 'upplv sif the abate valuable Medicines Cotton, anti has isis-tv |. j.fe Hrprovrments \.bict

ol 1 ,,ud within the 1' rhH Purr-La. as havt not h >i-nr make bis Gin sm 'riirto ltrrteitre BsedPruisiuod .-
1 r.-s-eis.tl and tsr salt bv Le-isis &. Aries, Iru.ciat' an\
Prices IJfdiicedU ; i4-t of 1 1 foot (.:ii Si <>iuiciits. atisi i one e fraSpurin just
April i, icr;. -..7I CJicatly ..id. liAngsts \ ulirlv disoi sPil St by I Sal,! Lani I tornp'mn. Peroiul Tall ibas>et aIst,,b) R. Maumnjr.P. M. Mainiiilti -rate_ and ortb-rspn'mpliv tilUd 1 1*frrto
i' a ll.i l.st f.v d.u* tn- had with tin smsseritser itor Gen J. P Dutal Ta lab-'s vthcte one ct BJ
I CLOVLiG j-j.o i ;:i.ALMli'.F. i'sl' t j. H. rourrNr. iuterttp\vs mat n, Leon countt J. B. Peard, 1 M, Miccosut e.
sPU1N* ji 1 .zi 1 MMKR r'-/. l>urru f>rs ur ,titritat'eI lh pn'" -an'1I'O in l he tie ighV,rln,ml i-f Quint, or l fetters .ay 1 Is- kie, Leon countt S F Purnev, :Miccueookiesunuel : Double (.ins, with .>tl lie late impr vime&ti with

Pf' : aMrttst nt 4,4 | AIIIrnidi* for a jivi u fl.V.OL directed to him through the Post OiTicts, at flat mt .tteut side Bo\c. be
t sun nvrs ; | AMi( c is hiVaeb3 Cirn'PO Pulesftn, Drisgist, Monticello, Ji,hn G p can atn.
,. poors, ,
I \(: : M !J- < .,I logics (nwl 4ivl rrtild Lsilv- l.laitansi hints Merchant Quiucv Xabud Fbtcher, P M, A. DOOLITTLE.st .
tirc-ti-d ,
UM ail the In letdtt-fn arwl r'osi' in TallahasMMFS ,
%C., jtl-it r ( it'4 3'FI f ir \ tin ltrc I the hart U 1 of irs, pi F FTTNFR .1 rntf Msrcs (; Job i. IMfi. 2
r r'-i. IHJ: pn -4--arc |> < in China I Jill (; dI cousity : Joshua Das is, of Gadstlen .a.
L. .vC. II 41NI-G: :) & ('kt. .1. sr i.t t I- il I 1'' di-tii'iiition in ih<- Pstate of .\una _
.in'l i nt itii '.<.i! rdi- .-ds Iff Ipjltttlneol L mil CoJutumx .
HIV r, -4 v. i r >f Ti iiofff*ft/if 'i D Raker P M Chattihootliie anti
rrh -M! 1-J ,. : I:,io<'ks, u idow, Utt ot Ji-tii rs >u ( < untv and Stt.( it county The effect of Wr. Vood anti's Pills
1 1 1 4' HI.tt ;_ > It '
< m r !10( a isjr .
l-t-.g-i.Iii, ibtr srd, tft1t !!ht "'ibscribfr, one cl tte Avsj'ist' .t2, 1st. : inI.aus IN SCARLKF .FALR.

.- 1ICAttI), Jr., } oil.iiit lit Set Island (:ultoniinproirwiit heirs, ha* this lav tiled his i ttihoiiMththeIKn.. : f7 xi of rioiiila.AI Trills i. to certify that I have made Wsecf ITJL

1, iml t''..' 1..ith.' ,t and 1ST the C ountv ci I J -II.-rs. n, Uuodrutl Bilbcns Pills laoult ferthi
OPM I Iii< i r > ] I'Iuaaei.Tir Jsidg. s.f Pr< >ute in 4 !!EETl\- sUitns| OsnaburfCs. tnil a br ei FU Pinphltt Ia\ of Fl-'iJa late in nv

T\ Ii-.t li< *h i t k-n> I' .1 tvoiith r- Iil > onS t ,i Mimll; niton Hins.rI pnxini; I fur I IM| partition of tlnlein N.-_,r,> saisbt'o k.- :i--'rtinsnt i s.f Maple and hanrr Dry Goods. Ntrn opts for sale i>tManh last thrct tears and find tbima mist excellent
lInsr.-1 F'i. '! ii.- tjt.., id t II I, it t th sud >elilionrr medicine I ha\ had of Sorli
n-r ..t M-) r. a .1 1 twos )riii_ ts > ;i: < | sti,, Hits & Vc suitable for the Sprntatrtk amity thirty eaea
5 ltq OK_ i (.s, --S :21: t l.lt- PA. ll.YWARD.
I ,I-, ,,. .'' L ':.,' !' I'n < o irl tl u. IIK --e.ra-r-. I. iiulU in'orrn, li- I Ij.'ili-isI Mill I I, onInit I.i\ the 1 Ith I d i\ of J it nirntxt.tn t tor uli enrap lit tina in mt (amity thi* ycat. arid cared them tiJ

v. '', !) f t' M' -i ;. ... i rat ass-sri tfls-T I if s,-i lsi.nl < tt.n a I'm tii \ I h IVL otis hand the Court of Probttr for tlu ai 'unlim-nt oftriiJuii hT\RR, LLOYD i. II .\GGA site vi Mb Droodrnfl*s Pill anti some warm t* *

.- ,.rTu, Ti )Ri : AM'Mni'tiNFS! $ I- ,t- M KI. .! HI.\NDMN< ,II: l !it usl: < ;.INs t tP1.14' -- oiu, ii' fl, h- 'is.-hi ;j sitil nl! S NEW GOODS. Tit medicine acts plea-antlv and etEcuntly.andi*

t--:Hion p il t-s- .t I t Phti sia'i' Hid ..n ..rsAllrt -i <;g.4S 411 Lfi Ml to I fs, t1 I isa.sst.i! Il a.--t I Ijlltr JOHN ii. I.KOOK.S, Pit.liomrJtfltr'on Jc trvin' tIf 1 a plate ineterv lamilt

l--- ,r.s .fl! :- -I -, ii' t '"" *' '/ l.4 ;'s \\ !!-,<
SUM: .A N s 4r-- COtStb iii. d in these <.n t ts.. Flu- sulisciiiie und,. urdlaii. united the iii l
rf rsi in prieti
lie ha pi i .. t a %tiM.U| just received, per bri Foam, (rem New Russell ceunft. Ala., Pec 2O 1-U
p iYOfUI. tOiMPIMIJ; I anl C\TII R1IEIzFNfr. ( -t, I.ann < !h-i- i (',?.ltEt-t.-d uilh Mr. johttl**, I'oi.lo.i-sre ol ITI | I I.asra v will atten't I tlu. w uril ourts o, the ft,How inc coods Fur -ale bv LEWIS iA MES, Tallaha.*

;, va1si-t'1. .riit&ansi he .r-t i:.;jk .11 the (.HIM in tli!t. t f>tj1ili! .l.iiKiit U-,1 s.-UTtou [ lIICI ITCOl IM I- :- vt1II -KN < IIU:l IT (1 1 U>- [ I.7isiRId li1siiR: its hit \t.tbCosiit! it Florists Flour, ltits and Java Collee Nae.! Iron Sigar Kettbs. Au.usl ,!, !M 5: Gia __

seferm of aiitiiiMt rin! ,n,-li'-in, Tin s-y h\. Ii rtluT impr >vt.1 their (itiis. iiid, f csr > .- m' \ :-MoM<0|: toi MkCliiil'sM. I ifsl I tie Couiilu, s (it Iriiklin I i and J n ksiui in a tin* nal'irjs, shirtings. Yarn, Smith JMlows.

S1IFJIN''* l'OJU( \I\\S |l't. fl1R lirf I lU I dinl )>< \Mrkiiiaiiiliih| .V c tPin t l>c sui-> .! ..rv Cmsja/atiisitl. \\tstnii ( in ml. .Ms, 1 1,.. Distrut Court sf a tlifI'nittM Viet and istibs, &e &..cSptt Ratrgin,. and Hope.
-- seZic J i'u 1 lid iiproveuK-nt tn Ac tlitiu doubly i a. In Id 1'.ill.dii-ses, dlid t a lie Sl- rirCE: > Ctt>bcilils! ,
7 e t and t-t 'l*<'i-r on-r sf-r4-s1 l t. thiUbji ; ;>4s>< Ii .ti4iniii| SUWMT, 1;l aSi\\.irl: lio'se El1lrislget-o. Mat s ti a' -nber 12, IS 10' 8 1O0 "

:- 'r 1'&i31flI$* Car, Sii!e, ;> i 4 W.k. :Luri. ir ia UrlknPru I:liJri.1,1 lli/il,, th Sa\v r, N.itbaii Sa\vMr, C.roliiesjer : t-rt mi Court of 1 the st;if, .f I-is'ridj. 3 pieces Coaintorm,
'--smrp M follows : DoiiMc (tins, S7i, Snle THOMAS KANDMI. Cotton ne r Lo'jisasaA >sr J, hn Hurrows, ? n \
OR '"OT'fl OLO'NI N. .sr M.I.. Guts, ?l. D.rtil UHIIM, uitb Al Ute iin/ron ir< tits, > THOMAS H. IIXC.NFRMf 2<:>) coi l<* Rope for sale bSTARR
jt145). \\oodttard, i>ian'> D .ni4ori, Silas Itnu-on) C_roII SIXTY SAW COTTON GIN ard WHIP-
.- :: I IflATi X(; B tT.S t : t.au ia1'itIsae ti.-k* w 'ssIsI S1'J. Single, 1stIo, *'i' F\tr4 IJov a''id Prushesfurtiislted in. !) .in- iii.Henr i ) DtnismMircv Purro\\sl hir3 <-ri'rt s amid Cn'msisdlors at L ut ANEW: for sale cheap at the Auction Store of 11 LI.Ol> i FL4CC-

: Co-i'vi, tIitni, IllffHlm at th< LI
:' an-1 its Itni; -Intl a- VM I'aniphh. CsslI.s4h. St Alary"rfi. IT aiHaii'u| | liifh.livil to tlu :ttjifjrfiofl cJ tliliI Leaf her. Jul> -1, 1-s4',. w JOHN P DUVALA kc-ie tataci L,i n .e y s.t .

ia; ecftiajati: lr<,:u rvons in !uh st ,niiisg. rt*. nrr .n :VCE.J : I (.pint t, thit tin .tboxt' nai.ied fetuhnts reside AND, Harni s. Fpptr and 5ssT le Leathtr Oak CAS Kerseys,
:. t1'at's1e! cfit. t-*. 04 i ? lud ri' l tnr apJ C..1. I II. M"Iiit K.h 4i l IIsjJlUr!{ z jtting its iMtlun the I uili-d Static, but In \\illnn tin State <-1Huriib ) tanned for salt bv M. L. 1.LKE1. tsIaItliits.iiiIos-'ae ot1ce. dj Linsevs.Ju .
on in ,'un if t.i pin u R Mall r\tit iis I II JIIK fi |Mr n ffI.V LL hating claims* against the estate pf t received and for ale br
... I'L) Il4. ? tf V S \iti,.M., Villil n jr4tid \' i.f.i, ( aLiJi Co FLSC&
-. : "r-sii.-s.- nnrv I tint tl I Ie iii I il 15- STARK LLOYD i
I ir the i otn|>l.unaiii Jt i. itnliif I, tn 1 lenrt !IeltereIsle iii I J -rT.-ron esanrtsl.cea.- ,
4 ; 5. U'I'f ', i'.aI -;. i \> NOIItr.T7ILL :.
--.k rotter mill rin < l.LONDON' lindui.ts causi Ihfii a< |Hii4iiie (Ii. !th' tut.-n-il. -i dunfiti sid h. ire l.rtbt notitutl to p s'it the sarae within, OSteiisber i2.i.at;. SIN

c.tcKs 1'OUrr.ll, ief lLt'tii'd byI. 1C. !'< : tin-M-ill sirt.d up ii c.miisl.siiiisii| 1 s -.-.liem for jHJ the tux |itscribcd bv lasii this notut will bvI \ .
f CH.ANCFRBefore
IJj 31 I.z Clint, i U-t r '-'-i\fl and for s.at L> \i tin |*h.t-nix l: n!lti.i,,. w-r 'in i I'nulirif tromN.VV \\iti.itrtuii- ti: 'intli4tron the I dm of I hi-s ''ril.-s-, a:ul, \ resume the prauiee it I.aw. Otucriv I tt .id in b ir. All j ergons indebted to said tsfatt ire

-. ( > r \UR, LLOYD i. FLAGt;. \ .Hk- in sa.- of tl t-IT .ipiM-jfrttu, that Iht-\ riiisi their iti- > V IllsMD. ri- tiu-ttd to set I tie forthwith I the \ ice Chamvlb o' the First CircntAndie'T -

'. c J va CofTo. ri---slt! T.I-I .** P.jiMti, Air to I In- oi.uiplauiai.l s l.ill totn nlid, ai,d a crj ) \i prml flsS.< m HFMIY GRFF.NBERG: Adm'rMmlicello S. Garr, Administrator, he.,

.- "Pt" Sirf .sh HM MmoikU, Hu'l-r anl 1 s .lj Cr_<-k -rs, a Ihiri if to IM. scixid on t ho
f i'i mi, <'rmhM Sax \\itbui month after -s-rli's- ol t a sif l maid Isil I .
: FAMILY fl4] Sl.iji tr, on* Copy puMislad, and I fir s.s.e' it this Oti ce. or bvP
: 4)hst. 4) Rrtiiy Cb.i-rks. and in dttault II ii. n 1 f5 1 .ud I ill I ot e. inpl unt nuIK ltik.n 5 I A. 1 1 \V\KD. INolirr.AIL Jo-crh Delafuld aid LewiCurtis, !

&. Hi ? Si fine Northern I |Js'sr si I liv tl .!,iil it fiultitr tr- TrusUes of the Apalachicola Land
C i UST UICKI vnn.nv J. K. roRTuxn prrl ScLr. 1sl i. .rui an roiil.-sNi em it Mi\ 9, l I-'I' I1"TT persons indtblttl to this estate of John RtiJ"i .
.. \ Oile-iis V.iy sual,. riSrf -n s Iit -,4 ,", 't i.at t1 tit ml, 1 that, \\ildiii tvsi nt) i't\s, I tht* (riuplaiti.mlause Con jaut I I INOTCI
l ,
Tt1ah4.4.4lruU) ;\ : mine, deceased, late ,>f Jtflerson Cosisty, are
"isizit. \T:, 2.3, 1's 1 ; .- this) ssrsl--r t.. be 1"itha.Isl in the londii'i, jtTallihissic Oli4C. TO I RFDHORSSTATFOF
.2 cs4k4 Iticon !d.9, iurtbt nut I u-d to i take [ps uunt t I i l tht siibscnbt
< soil I I that said ati. ht < suit imOis dp.prat .1in M'AA A.OKK *,s -In purnflceo
public u
1 Suoul-ler', Wl U'OOliKI ISLLSS \ I .\MLJ! 1f-j.). n:, the unJir ipni; '1, *>/ >nn nn J 1'nrirariling an lull! ill -i'- bi\ii idinaihlsj4- *:nil s.tat.ta ill in thC abCt!
-.5. rdt to.--Li
\\oik for 11 .
earls four r
l tisist *
.. I ninall lliins for faCtilvSObMiSt use, in INI: im our< in \ \ JlrrrfifiHtnit N/ .If'/ and dated the
: rruuiili. (1U.( \V il\CR\F:, ? eaUe. twenl* t
I 1i t fsr Sur, I'lonl I'su femur II JlDR ltd llu* lolli\Mii, raits of S1ira4t. on Ci,(tlou pasjiUjjthruu lit liw for M.Ilk-MI.-ut toVlLL1.M it aa <
.1'1-L ,'f| southern Lire-nit it I I florida.I. 1 July, |si ls wittier.* amon-, tin rthtn-s,
S Itt S11. fll I14 : li1a-q',, \VOdiiitrKI : IiarSr : I f.ol! it a duty Ii our Inn.!U .it tins plait, tii / \ DAILIIY, D"rL
I \U4 ,st I I. [::22] ISjt. 0 111 iltrtd and directed that the undcrstirnd.'ua'ters *
1/xiii.CiU Mill llovr, I .ui t.1 \\\* _.'fiefif 1, f to L" s-fluetzIZ) in rela- i Spuie Ra' .i, 1->l ri nN each. liiiiiu, :trati ilt bonit noi i. ot this cout. adterti-i. accrrdirgl law

-. -. 10 Illnxji Flour, t: n to \'i-ir niiahtil.lc ('otnpirttid Life IMU. So Dissolution.fiTMin Hound I'.alii-, .1> i.nNirli, H-rson Count, (K ti.bt-r ", I Is Ji,. 1 1 ,mA a.idtht. prtctict: (.this court, fir all |1ersuus aporations _

-. 10 i l>bl* lour. -taMisird! am I in th t < fb.isuv of tin" un :iliitUttniMMi i JENKINS \ 1'irnilsJ 11s-rraridis J
partn'.r-his| )herelolore, existinij iindtr the biting claims dr'.fs or
l IUTC iniiif Hice, .. !. 1iut I fainiltint V'.IL. iN o t R e.
| iit.'y.: no
'..;; < M 1 tiruiot I.IIU HI I 1r & JKX.LJC(; : lu lint davb i tin' ttts-I fin;i ol C-iinotlrtn X \litchel, at i iprovidetl
Ob'jls L"al Lard, utl IV ohtiiu tlu- io'tld! bevithotit St. '!arhSept.. 1. 1fI. 9
in fitn\t iu< tn LL ind.-1t&l to lie estate ol AVilluinjL i Mite
bis persmi4 for he dted of Oct.rios
; VH dis'oltrd I D. P. I Hi ntlo ii.IMII .5ai iiter-.t.1toT in I trust
1fkitq .I m, 4 tin! 4nII th* pr'">rif ti.rats tin-\ arc \ JJrU.u:k.tin- a.Mtli I ti of Jil'irx t tort 3fAtm..
u' F 1:. Li ud -iib-niir, .Ml p-r*'irdehtid to ISISvill I.aU; :iii; amiCo;* i >:i untt. ait nil -jmlCtrxrhjn J Alitthilt II-

:' v; Rio CoIT.c.t J. M HILL. M I). \ make paMiu, nt to I.in hell a & Li iit.li,, 't.ers.i-r. P.l-sr tilLIP I. btubt I 1 ii'lsL.iitouiikt- | a) Utest lu Sislilhi >ikltis, *i-I!, iiat -d :iisttirit!, 's:; t,, prc-ent the-mr *uailams '

-- : :: 9 1h14Il l'ssinty. LLWISi.MPs'ila.. 0. t'tss-r 't I 1M1Ir4il.l.v .I, .Uihas-ci. K. 1 HH.CHFTT, rfPIFCI.S/ \J "50 C uU lust rate Roj e, for 5.510 v l 15i oi tit slid .ui:iiiu.tr-it.>r* : au.1 all tht M. bat .U- dibts :mil .!tiuands with the ma itlcnccu tbtf

October 17, ls4n H: DP. 1LOU1.CoIti tPtI| i, l-. ir. o J1] l- OR 1'TNT.r.DUAUl itiasidaZsinst sud .-t.to, will presotst 1 I 11 leIII tu the of, bt T dn :md at a [ lire in the city of
:fo IIoi 2iuZOt 2 ?. l" J'i' > 3m sj'n. dish atteslttl vtilnin he i nu rtijUirtdbj law tit bt ti\id (for that ;s unit s, iidthit ,aiJ ma..teYd

SURGEON DENTIST. irnni\\ :iyMMiniDti in Jail.hel ri.atra.hahp. ) >1. AA 1> I\ Justice ol the 1'eact or tb*.> will IH. harms ot rtiottrtILMMALA peremptory day for the tocfiibiton olind 5aid

; returned to tin city, and maj Le fjund, at ) : : Hindnntv Jail.onmzriipiaii r sid-erilier hsaic formed a en.partnsr.bip sinsler Mtend to the collection of del ts cnmmz A Ul-:LL AMY, \dm'v that all ucli cre
: HAS times uilt-.s proftssiotvllv on-ajpd; at his a il h. I Jsili m-f. 4 mmid ( ofk, 1 the tutu 5)1 l I.IRCIII1 I J. LINDKMrR.GI : WILL the pmsdlct ton, of a hsstrite'is: Cc url, SMITH SIMKINS, .\JmrJrft their demands bv the time v> to be *iB" ,.,.

-. old at J. L l) .tmll)'* Hoarding JIou
-- Octobers room ll'| 5. II in IIiorii.: Cutltr l : (l.ilks 1ioi l Fn.lish, 'Hit. citt every month (lor (that purpose. purpose shall be excluded from the benefit Oft1.

'.wtir N r ;5Is'.tltI to eifle 1 >r\\ sot ml lake bun In a few diSh they will be reeeni'iza new *ti>ckif All l bnsinisi eonlid l tt 'him will sm-el-isp bis !> otirr.ISlu lecrre to be made in the said cau>e. 1 hereby

4 JNolIcc.SIX _,tiv. or Is- "ill,l IM* d lt -ithltt. aer.'rshnz, to I-nw. good*, letted with rare, winch (ho other to prompt atttntion ;md ttbmonts( fleeted with as -rtbt given that (the subscriber, widow of Wil lotite to all such persons and corporations to F***.

$'4'.4_4 week after dtle. the mid.-rsizned will applt July 2'. .. I JV. s'IKUVOtJ). Jailer.olIee. planters and (the city trade on aec-omqnsltitig, terms little ddat as pm.sil.Ie If reqiiritnl, collections 11. Smith, lileuf Jtfersou Count, d.H eased, heir sud claims, d.bUand demands with iii{!' ,

$. Court of Probate br Leon (Count IL T IIR! (;HI;-: FT, made without suitfjCjOfTici'in will, on the fir.t ?slsuniljv tf Dtcembtr next, tile her lences thereof, to meat soy office No 30 J'5_
the I Iloti. '
and setting a )part to Ibcm lfrr 1te, application| mil be rnadi* T L LINDILN'DERGFR : the n'rth.east cornerf the bisemi pttition and apply to the Honorable Judge of Pro- freet.m the city cf New Vork.bv the fourth

i1 f'>r a decree, partitioning the eitate of Jame L -rnan, lale of FOI'Rk -Jul, ?*' of ProliateH (lor the Coiintj of October( 17. (SJt r. 13 nt of the Court.lions*. b >tt for the Countv of Jt'lFerscn, to have her dower lat of January next, at twlte o'lhxk.afaoon.

F their dower in 1 allahass ; county.deceas"I. in aceordancc wit h the statute Leon, for ii infer to tIl the L n I.eoti ftotirc. hu.baiid accortlin t" l.iw.lLIZABETaI. CAMBRFLE.NG.Master .
zf-ps-- ..ded.crSAWAH. of the l.i Eli H. \Aer.dereised for the
NI- ,? .uch c.cs made aid CREFN estate the debts of the estate. A N extra price will bevaid (lor Hides atretcltJ (1 AN !D fO NF\V ARNRvXLS, for K. SMITH, Widow IB Cbw< 7r -
ROBERT P. purfxise ''f pi\mz the Indian bv t. ) sale at the low price ot $13.5. Apply to and Administratrix i f Win H Smith dec'd
Ifr' A C.RFFVOrtiber \VlHTT\KRH.F\eciitor: tt with i'e safter ( fashion Axsww: S. GAIUI,, Sot'r.Oeivbwr .

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