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: January 9, 1847
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).
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Cincinnati Enquirer, review i me iw roSitioal: lite and i TI-IFI I FLOIDIANe TCESI.AT. 20rn DEC'U.-The rote upon tho
cbinctrtof JoHxC.Cu.Horx,and present ins! him hill providing for appeal and writs of error
tothe people of the United Statep* their n.xt President. in criminal casrs was reconsidered and thr
It Th truly' E71'1 inff to fet' tb.t* great \ *ct* I bill lost A bill amendatory of the screrJ
Rite: thejfr/on tbf approachlnE;canvass to pav acts incorporating the city of AralachJcoVi! ,
r tribute to the prat ASH.lion statesman. - -:-- ---:-:-: :-:-- -- pa. xl ; aiso It bill providing for the sale of
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the mtrtt i is the} article -lluded t. the lands granted to the State for internal im-
\ IoU and corprtlcf"i"e confident : t"p1M, that BY S. S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1847 VOL. XV11I-NO. 25. provements.WEHNEMUY! .
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".r. r, CdMlIA "hful l' tntr Hftt Pntmlritf denied its constitutionality! ; until at last, Eolith anJ therefore not such as to catue any indit where money finds its slaves. For money ination of that document, at.d u complete verification pursuant to notice, introduced a bill to Iiormer amend
( the int 'rc-4s of the rruntrt ( uhitia.] of all oiln-j r"inolv. iftennined I ';i.iua! then it i is cl-ar that Stales has
\\t\ b! unJtrtmdt: great as despairing : ( liability may a slavery of its own-that .if want-a slavery of what had been cited fnmi it. the several acts concerning limitations of
)harmowizms all : and ft-miltine no a? l lare. on nuitiiig things by more extensive and despotic than that The events of the last session: of" f'ofgresin also! gate notice of his intention toaj-k
to the pirjudice of uilirr. He iK-ttt-r : and the necessity' was at once presented and in contra"tltinl of the arts of Congress, i of the African, which i is the slavery of a superior the upper i IICtllseIt which Mr.! Cailioun: !leave to introduce a bill to p roaoc: InN! encourage .
tlprehea: the spirit of the Cunllulion. \hid! determining the limits of State and Federalaulhoiity without subjecting the agent'by whom theState over an inferior, race. This slavery took! such a coiispicuo'j* part t. are too receul the cultivation; of ill.Ir Floyd-
ahr(ol"nlidltion, and lo 3i* ealelv to the preservation -.-.of the powers legated in the I-'ed- arts to punishment b>' the Federal (;ov.eminent. however, is maintained on the"part of thr masters and well known to be recited here. The s f- gave notice cf a I lull for the relief of \r Ul.
of the Federalsteiu vf pwvni;States. eral Constitution, and those reserved., The And if this can be done, it I i is clear by very ditlerent trails of character from tlPoment of the Oregon question, l by adoptingthe McFvain. The following bills pissed: IIouso
thin anv man uf the) sujc. I i is s which i ic demanded at' the pre-f cri't I i is *u t 1 this controversy, and 'the character of our ;jov.crnnjent ". against Federal usurpation. Hence the friendsof of one race to another can bo t'i tab- irritation in the Democratic p.ntJ' not vet amend an act relative to election ; a bill to
an inttllect which i is nw -...trj to JfJfl and direct was rll,!j,cted to thorough investigation. the Tariff were drawn to the! necessity of lished only by the superior courage, capacity, quite: LllaycJ.! Hut the policy which! was proposed change the name of Seaborn li Walker ; a
the rai id .tridt tn tEtIIC4'and pr.\'er h.ch: now I denving the agency of States as such in"thefumnettioti and characer of the la'ter The ascendancy' of g.'ing to war on a doubtful} title t-> a till to alter the Southern boundary of Bent n
dl'tinl.hH tllt ArtI".f roaicdt ration. Wo bnelbin On one side, the right was averted to exercise of the Constitution, or in any act in must bo morL: as well as physical-l'ccaine the; strip of sterile soil on a remote un! unsettled? county, &c. ; A bill to alter the 1-th section
:to 11\tft11t1II:1 our wonderful a4auce* in the taxing power so unequally on tlilfer-] Clint maveuttian to proceeding-: of Congress.Mr. .- parties an- il immediate proximity.! Hit h coast, in opposition lo the entire' policy: of Government of the .V.h article of the Con>titulion was lost.
prosjvntv : prt f. of <*"r i."titutto:: ; al.l rut pursuits or sections of lie country, r.s to Calhoun. on this &ca'ln. took the lead means c a! money, the mo.t imbecile.)f mind ,) hitherto under all parties, was fit The following: resolutions were adopted :_
in our expansions: .ver new temt,tries, croatmt. additional conifer protection or benefit on favorite interest in asserting and ex| ounding the! Constitution, body m:i) control the labor not only of theirequals only lor; extravagant declamation, and never House preamble and resolution relative! to _
States: but the conflict cf ] *ol cemjw ; and the clauses of tl.e Constitution were I. and the rights of the States. In the se\'crl but of giants. Those who can command should: and we can hardly yet think ever di i !, settlers under the armed occupation act
ting interest.at hcme.e Lanotl.in f'1" to fear relied 01 that give Congress the power to Jay speeches which he dliin'rrc in the Senate ont labor without money, and thus disleust.wilh become the serious intention of statesmen.II .- House preamble and! resolution relative to a;
but the prol al !e collision betnrcn tie States and duties and to regulate commerce. On the !!>se subjects, the principles: of governmentwere one of the most important uses of is not, however, to l he disgui-d that madness 1))3:.offiec at Fcrnandin.i. House preamble ,
Gerieral Government originating in cits.t ouJa en other hand it was contended that the power to asserted with a degree of profundity, sa-I a!the holders African slave can, must havea possessed the lower House of Congresson : and resolutions asking of Congress the grantof
conceptions powers of each I\\1 tJo raas- lay duties was strictly a re"lnut power, expresslv \ and cogency which may challenge a great advantage over the rest of the world) this subject, and menaced the Senao.But .- a quarter section of land to build a Court .
ter mind of a(fl.t Calhoun who first f rapped these' great limited to specified purpose o If} which comparison with the most celebrated works on in the !struggle for the great prizes of life- happily; it found in the integrity and ability House and Jail in Bcnton Co were rejected.TurnsDAT '
not and that the politics, ancient or modern. The efTcct was wealth and i! of Mr. Calhoun adamantine .
;ubject and compared our political 1 to that ol the protection was on" ; power power. Hence, the plavoholding! an barrier,
ij'.jr s\ centrifugal tCf n\ir ever in barmon' and u rmm. in the same clause! and t'rn. a* that to regu. make converts of the majority. But Lc shook aholitwuists have acquired wealth far: more that the same thing could be said of the evil suant to notice, introduced bill for the relief
Like J.CSO he now stand* I fot the people a-i I late commerce among the States, and was, their confidence in their own construction of rapidly, in proportion to their (population, than !hour; in which war with Mexico was declared.Tiiero 'of Wm Mclvairi. On motion of Mr. Bird, .:'
their peculiar favonte. on whom' all eyes wv turm-d. therefore, no more designed for its restriction the Constitution. Kefore he had spoken they the free. The property of \ irginia i is i.ot Mr. Calhoun! rose alone against the the vote of yesterday rejecting the Hit .";
to whom all Lear! arc open; ; a.(net a,urd I in one case than the ("I1r. but' wa intended! were so much prejwivsessed with their own mach less thau! that of New York, although! phrenxy, the unhallowed! and 'lIit'idallu.t of to alter the l lib section, 5ili article of trio .
that the nomination fro itirio an mil tntrt with' a I for its promotion. TIe: intention that the rcI \'- theory, us to regard the centhu-t of South Carolina the whit population of New York is nearly .: strife! : of (power, of name, which! baffled in the Constitution, was reconside red. Mr. Ijorimcr
heart ropoOfe Irom all other State-, p" it n''&*" I elt powti was to be (llr :"ld equally as to as treasonable: and worthy of inirmiIateas ; four times as great. The property of Ohio Oregon controversy, turned fiercely and 'heeilIrsHJy sulmitted a preamble and resolution provid- '
from FLOttlDA.Ftom the States was clear iiom the clause requiring punishment an example to the fut'ire. Hut according lo the present year's as-H' strient, is upon the weak and imbecile Republic! i.g for a bounty upon raw silk raised in this
imjMKisto be uniiortn. Thl question of Constitutionality after he had; been heard tl.e cause of State 4.30 inillioi.s ; that of }Kentucky;: 2 l:. tmiihhjaua. of 'Viexico.! If the great statesman of the St tl''Ir.. White, from the Cointnittoe on _
lilt Cincinnati Inluir. being thus presented the next rights stood on such high moral ground!, that, and as tlU white population of(Edo: is wad :;).,'" had been the man: his enemies had assorted Propositions and Grievances, to whom haj p
JOHN C. C.tLtIOLN. question- was who was to decide it ? ] although Jackson Webster and Clay,_ with_ a lour tiles that of J Kentucky, it f follows tint the ; if ho l.i.l! been_ devoted to hi* own section been rtftmvi a memorial and counter_ n___ _memo"_.,_
The quality ()social :w''l political "Jstem< On one side the light .deciding] all controversies ; large majority in Congress were hostile, they individual wealth of her people averages yearly I of the Unit; ':i, and the extension of slavery rial from the citizens of Tahlafiaseereportcsj ,
is tested by the character utile 1t'1 they j produce between the States and the I\'ccrl'I' lot only abstained from attack, hut two nithem I) twice that of ours. The very qualities then !here was the! opportunity of gratifying 'his 4-i signers of the memorial, two of whom requested '
and the time has arrived when this teM (>overnment was claimed! for one brunch ot abandoned their position. (('lay proposed a necessary to subject others to control with darling dffires. lie hud but to accept the in- the erasure of their names, and! 11 I
is afforded our own i:>tilltion I is seventy the latter : the Judiciary and the cause of I I bill to abolish the obnoxious Tariff gradually. which ,the slaveholders Itgins-tllc qualitiesthat fiti.-itod zeal that burned for conquest; and ter. signers of the counter memorial.: that the .
years since the declaration (independence, &Constitution war relied on which gives to that which passed both houses of Congress, and are developed exercised in the management : : ntor along his t favorite lines latitude. Hut committee haj satisfactory evidence that tho
fti '.scnon since the founatioii of f our '! department; jurisdiction in all cases of.law and i I! became a law II) the signuturc of General of slaves! alt being so much superior to he alone of all the Senate, without anally pctitionc for the enactment ofa law restrain- i
government. The men who achiev ed our re. Cllit.ari.vi/! under the Constitution. But in Jackson. those required for mercantile an.l tjrmii'ictur-!: II ev-n from the remotest North stood l p to rebuke ing the eicrcise of the taxing power by the .
rolution, and formed the present Constitution, this case the question %%whether the obnoxious I The next subject that attrarSeil the attention ing pursuits, which deal with cyiuin. Jitijs or and stay the delusion. In vain. On thc corporate authorities, do not constitute a ma. ,
were the offspring of a Colonial M stem-a system act was under the Constitution. II.not, of Mr. Calhoun, was the Currency. The agitation materials, rather than men, and the sujwi:ior I night of that day when Calhoun overborne jority: of the citizens of Tallahassee, and that r
whose merit as f'im't-in :.he names and then it could not be referred to the Supreme of it commenced with, the message of weahl which results t fiom the institution; <> |j in the Senate on the Mexican war, his enemies the prayer of the memorialists should not, i
the events it has { in'l to }history. has hut Jew COU1 as the exclusive or final arbiter. TIl General; Jackson against renewing the United slavery, all combine} to make the Ia\ehoi.lur f were in ecstacies. They thought the then-fore be granted. Mr. Floyd, from the
equals. Timt enough has now clapped for framers of the Constitution in limiting the MItisJiction States Hank charter, and continued: with great an object jealousy and envy to the merchant great moral chieftain against whom their! puny Judiciary: Committee, to whom hid been refcrrvd I ::414.12r.
one entire generation to lie horn and rlt red I ot this tribunal to eases ai iMiig; inxlrr activity on the veto of the Hauk. I.il removal and mumanuf cturer. Hence the general hottil-! intellects and ignoble desires had for so many I the bill to amend an act to r.rotiJe for ,
since .(l became indepetident.AILh1ou1I the Constitution evidently. indicated bv those I I of the I lepositeB) i adoption_ of the I pet bank_ sys. ity! of New Kngland! to the South ; hence the I years waged an instinctive war, was faHt-n. i the appointment of weighers of cotton and in. .
in IfrlU a JI4tZIItCII1 al to t".(rt'l- very trm.that cases might; arise n ative merits of eminent men. the p,i.,ion A. [re- ('oiIOlitutiou. and of course lot ithin the pow. I Mr. Calhoun! was in favor of a Balk (.f, to our% ofa d-'sire to aboli-h slavery thro:1 h.i |IlupuJar opinion. But never did that great the bill with all after the enacting
judice of party are to i tie CI1CiIi1141liI. Vet there or of that cotut. Of course, then cases like ( tie United Stales. rather than a league of i out the world. st-tevnan t feel more calm! more conscious of clause stricken out! and in lieu thereof, a provteo -
i it one teM which all ni'i"t admit : it ii the l"Ilr. the one in question, might ari.(* of a doubttu! iatt' Hanks on the ground ,that if Governrnent I j Vs lo the fanaticism by which slavery li.is his- ri'c'itii'Jf': and" of- -his speed: vindication h) that nothing1 in the act should be con :
tr actually exerted I In tL 'D. I Ucalfnrr is jurisdiction ; alt Tor such no provision way|! gave to any bank paper tb. character' been so fiercely assailed: <,u religion ground. *, eveitaaniitisaretdydone.. Although MK- I strueJ to prevent the city authorities of Apa- .
no accidental circuU"tallc. liuj the. certain made. If the necessity of the case led the! tofmone\t by receiving it as sm1i, it ought to it is enough to say that the condition! of the iran armies have f fallen before time carnage of I :lachicuia from levying a tax upon such weigh .
effect of talent, and for the great ahilty our Mstemha. been l highly i fnor- the State tribunals to do the amt thing : andas j I that such a bank being of I IB-.S capital and business capacity, and hishabiu in hN ( \: i is incalculably flower of our Martial enthusiasm has gone out in respect to keeping United States: prisoners .
able. I was new. It is complicated and coni.pre1ieisive. the j owers reserved tothe States, although II II than a league of pet banks would augment superior and improving whilst the fate into her values ; although our navy hovers over in' the jails of this State: ; a bill for the relief ,
I undertakes to establish tll not c'uUneratt were at leai t as barred aid the powcj of government less than a of the great mass of the poor of our own race, I her coa.N and. our treasury has poured out its of the executors of N. Hrueh : a bill for the ,
relations lot only ofniuiy tats. main' crtd., important as lll"t' delegated. u th"re was, in the connection with ,them. Tii.\'iow of the subjoct in the free Stales, i is growing WOrse, although m.llions: hue water, the war i is but hl"rl/- relief of John D. De Corce. Resolution au- .
and various Ilr uits but the pl.iti'u of the absence of a constitutional! ;psoMMon, the same I was soon confirmed by cXllri. ncf. The in their behalf! aljoitioui-u! makes no noise. when to ci..l In that pregnant question' lies thoriztng the Governor to allow all account
three great rat't'j mankind, the most diolinct right and duty in the States to assert tl.eni, as 1 I hole pet bank system exploded! almost as The statesmen of the South have been more too much nl" life, of treasure. of liberty of JK>VV. for tra1S;.ortion of laws, journals Jcc. was
and incompatible in character and condition! in the Ft Jt'ral Government to exercise its o\vn. I!' soon as it got into complete operation, with successful and Jistinguishe-l than thcne of any er, ever to hav- been committed by patriots orstatesmtm.'mm I adopted. Resolution discharging the fine imposed :
-the white, the led and the! black IIMII-all This difficulty was admitted, and it disclosedthe : t.f. injury /)far, to ;government and people other? f l'ction.nd the disproportionate number to the counsels or fortunes of for.I on F. M. Derrance. and resolution: in
colfcte in one vast teirito-y. The peculiarity : necessity at once of leferring the! controversy than had l'nr been infcct by a United of Presidents elected from that quarter, t'igh:: nations or the chances of war. I relation to claims for military supp.ics sold
( our circumstances after the achievement to tlC.sovereign power of the* country. States Hank. Mr. Van BuT'u then recommended has given rise to imputations upon it of exclusive \1 r. Calhoun was not prevented by the stormy Hubert Armstrong, wire lost The following :
independence compelled the trainers of the And what was the sovereign power ? I was an abandonment of the policy of depositing devotion to its own men. Hut the fact I character of our foreign relations from due bills were read a third time and lost : A bill (
Constitution in rct-jH-etinj what was already! undeniably the II0Pt': Hut here am rose I public money in banks. )Ir. Calhoun is casly explained. The South has always i attention to domestic interests. His report on to alter the 1 1-ith section, 5th article of the .
established to create a M stern in many re"pectc another question. Iues the C"tf'i2It.fl"j went fijrlh'T and insisted i that ail connection constituted the great bulk of the Republican 1 tho Memphis Convention, in which he exhausts Constitution ; a bill to provide for the payment .
original-and con-equptitH tn dispense to a side in the whole }ople! of the Uni'ed States I between banks and government should party, as the North his the Federal. The the argument on the powers of this gove of the expenses of criminal prosecutions, .j
con.idtrllt'dere(with ('xpt'ritlct; in is! for as one people, (II in thc! people! of the several | be renounced, by refusing to receive their I South was, therefore, entitled to its pjonorlioii, I mine over tOe commerce: atm] na'ig.tliIJll of .c.* The Senate took recess until o'clock, '.
mation. comprehend the genius and Suites as distinct corinuniti"s ? The ad\o- paper into the Tieasury, as well as withholding of Republican Presidents and if i our: ,;oIitical our great rivers and in which he secures an I 1. at which time the orders were resumed ,
influences of a new Mstc-m like thiS, reqwredfflflJfjft cates of the Tariff contended 'for I the!I former, I from them the public deposites. He con. history be examined, it will be found that the i almost' unanimous concurrence, (unheard of anJ the following bills passed : House bill to i
J fir.t onlor. and on tuch of course the friends of Tree Trade maintained the lat.ter. ?. J t tended that it would be both contradictory and South's proportion of PresiJents does not materially I 1/It i el t'Jrl'\ i.i the policy: ,>f removing, the obstructions annul certain rules of the Supreme Court ; a
WOUld devolve its adminiatnition. \% hO now Thi' became the decisive qu-stion, and ;, fu'iie. to ;;i'l them credit by taking 'their "apt'r.I exceed its proportion Democratic I to our \Veam'rn watt'rs.'a presentedto I till to authorize Crews, administrators. to sell : 11
haseihihited to the country in the most effectual (itt this question the argument of the Nullifies t and refuse them confidence as repositories.The .- votes by which Presidents of the party have the Senate at its last ses.i"n. His amendment certain real estate : a bill to be entitled a general
manner the faculty to understand' and di.rect was overwhelming. I I Independent Treasury 1i was at first been elected.! Let then the Whigs excite to time graduation land bill!, also received law in respect to corporations ; a till
our government John C. Callioun. Tht States by retaining; this very)' flesjgna.tion tried in.Congress, without incuding,the principle I sectional jealousy against I the So'ith. It is their 1 tIme sanction of that body, and it may be added concerning divorces The following tills
The characteristic function of all chilized of States. had indicah't their retention of I of 'I r. Calhoun, and filed. was th(1 interest. For the South is the terror (their of the great %Vest, which has Ief'n.struggling were lost : A bill to repeal the Gih section.of .
government is taxation. And it in the iiirxfin sovereignty ; fur sovereignty,. i is essential to a changed so as to conform to views, and l'artIJllt let no Democrat be so silly as to I so long t for a more jiist and reasonable policy the act organizing Circuit Courts : a bill t(
which it is exerrUed that constitute the State? W"tj.tT'. to, and inseparable from the :j pa.sfd. In his speeches on the currency, unite in the clamor. in time disposal of the public domain. amend the several acts relative to proceedings :,
principal distinction between the various furls; aUrc'tancc of i its, citizens. 'Here was no delfgation l- J .Mr. Calhoun exposed, with al his ccares., In the session of 1s*.11-!, lie frequent exercise I I It is not to be denied that the tenor of what in Chancery ; a till to regulate the public .
of government. In ours it has been tlC main of sovereignty to the Ft'Jerl (ioveinm depth and f foice, the fraud fallacy: tw of the veto power I by John Tyler led the I has been said concerning Mr. Calhoun in the printing. House preamble and resolution in =
subject of cnutr'cn.r between the :ji ye rse interpreters "nt ; I he exercise of certain sovereign powers 1 paK| fivstem, and (pionounced it incompatible Whig party into a general! attack on that part: I I foregoing; pages is un'J udJ:: !! Jau atoT". Hut relation Columbia to counties a mail route in Nassau, Duvaland ,*'-:.s'. .
of our ( titujIU. The Kepilbli-; was delegated to difleient departments of: will a high order! liberty, civilization or moI I of the (Constitution con&'rs the! power on the: I: who li:if' him can claim 'to hate contributed so was adopted.
can par although it aimed at equality 4,1!law that government, but that did not, render the I And it i is certainly a* tiiucli to him as Executive. Mr.: Calhoun delivered a speechin I Mgn.illv; } in.t the setlermment! of- .. Iri
and wasjealous nlthe rights of labor. was at i government sovereign any more than it madea 1 to any other nun, that we owe the fact thati its defence, which has (been generally regarded 1. Tho Tarifi'iestioi ; FEI>AT, JAXTAKY 1st.-On motion ofiMr.Johnson !
firfl mi&tified on this subject, anU was divided : sovereign of one of the departments, or of i a Hank of the United States is ahead, unt all I as one of his greatest performances.It I 2. Tho powers respectively of the States the the vote rejecting the bill to amend i
iarge par bcin in favor of a F'stt1 which any ambassadors to a foreign; court, who also jl other banks aie, '(rc long, doomed to ob- It was a most thorough, philosophic and demonstrative and Federal (Joveriiment, ; several acts relative to proceedings inClmancerywa ',tepa.
proposed to confer the fa"or on particular pursuitson manuf.ctun' Mr. if the States' had made no express delegation of .; President and Congress O! the currency} feature of the Constitution-ami it extinguished 1. The jwmers of the several 1 departments among: Lorimcr oftl-red the
Calhoun was one of the first to preceivc and sovereignty, \Ilic.was the mort important act the,(question arose as to what department I all further Whig agitation fall amend'nent of the FeJoral (Government ; and resolution \iz following preamble :.
hv fa the foremost in cxjiosinj the evils (.f they could 1a"e performed; was it also to lieclaimcd :, government belonged the right of I'xercising i t'> the Constitution! for the purposo of uxpung. 3. The relations! of the black and white races : r
Whereas. David
; S. Walker
'I received
tuch a pliC. Adam- .Smith 111. t'lln.tratet : along the conMitiitioiialilv of protection j the implied! powvis. Tht 1'iesident claimed ing or mutilating it. ; of the votes of the Houses of a majority S
two the
the talacJ protection by reductions on construction7 The COItitutiol, ;jthe i riiiht; for the Kxecutivu so far as he might Mr. ('aihounsoon- afterwards: retired] from 0.; The annexation of Texas ; *
) I I legislature: of Florida the
trade, a a means of promoting nat iral! wealth. had been adoptl not by the people of the I them an implied [imver proper to the exercise the Senate, but was ooi: recalled 1:1 public; 7. The settlement of the Oregon Question ; ting for the office of on of thirty-sixth the Southern .
Mr. Calhoun considered it as a statesman as I'nited tates il tht acgiejjate, but by the peo- cIa ;granted power. Mr. Calhoun settled thequ.tiou life by Mr TV'IT, who gave him the Department ) S. The improvement of inland navigation ; Circuit of Florida : anJ Judge whereas the office *j I
'well a economic and explained its disastrous pie of the several States as separate and smcrign by presenting the, passage of I ho Constitution of State. which then had( charge of tIme (D. The mode ofdisposingofthe public lanclg ? cannot be filled by other without *
consequences particular btates.tu and to labor. The party in favor c>f protection, United States never had acted politically as' necessary to carry into e-fiect the granted pow. as. His instructions to our Ministers at the of this Republic in the adjustment of all Be it resolved ly the Senate ,and House, nf
or restriction, had plausibility, prejudice, pre one people. Kven in the election of Presi I I ers ; a passage which, singular! enough, had Courts of Mexico and France, (partuvilarly the>e great funJarnental questions of policy, Iltprcten'atives ill Gemral umUycfI1lrtllttl ,
scription pow er in their favor. It had been dlnt each Slate toted bj itst>lf according to t escaped the observation of all other public his celebrated letter to Mr. King.i ) and! his correspondence has proven him>elf to be above all men I he That DaviJ Walker is duly constitution-, *
the policy of all times and of all nations, and own system and forms suffrage, irrespective men. with Mr. Pakenham! created a man mot capable! of understanding our insti and legally elected Judge of said Southern tally
in our country it might be &o administered as of others, and as in the case of South i I i Another (question of serious consequencearose greater sensation abroad and at home llrui I tilt ions. And if all this has been accomplished Circuit. Which were rejected. ,!.
t enrich the sections ofthc union having a Carolina, one branch of the government, and I Boon afterwards. That of abolition. A |perhaps any other Am-rican State Papers. ithout the aid of power or patronage, much The following tills passed : A till to '. r
majority of the people, at tho expense of the not the people, giving the vote of the State.It portion of the people in the non-sldveholding His diplomacy is bold, comprehensive, and I of it iii opposition to both, and much in opposition peal an act therein named a bill to defino re- .!
minority or at least to affect them relativelyin was clear, therefore, that sovereignty resided I States asserted the right and cOllwnctt tho direct. He announces his object without circumlocution to the two great parties who divide thecountryit the boundary of Washington; -
that way, and thereby always have the support [;. in the people of the several States a distinct i I practice assailing the slavery in or delay, and vindicates it with is still greater evidence of the genius to provide for the re-establishment county of;the a t"-
of power. Mr. Calhoun however relied political bodies, and they must be the I the States where it existed, through the inI clearness and energy. His masterly exposition of the power of the man. lIe i is the of Columbia a bill to author-records '
tin the of free ultimate arbiters of their and duties 'I btrumcntaiity of Federal institutions whom institutions have produced, county : \
great fundamental truths trade, own rights -as by of ,the commercial and political advantages man our as ize Henry Hewitt to establish ferry
a across .
and detennined to lead them forth from the in prtf'rence to the creature of their | letters and papers through the mail, arid disjcubsions enjoyed by ,the United States in consequence their own interpreter, expounder, and organ.I Chaltal10TI river ; a till to establish and .
clct and bring them into the company of the (power, particularly)in a case of its own imputed I in Congress. Mr. Calhoun denied of the possession of territory near trop He is the man of the age. regulate pilotage in Dade a till to
great principles of our Constitution, in the dis usurpation. I the right of Congress to take cognizance of ical regions cultivated by nl-ivrs and the motives Mr. Calhoun is an orator of the very highest I establish and regulate pilotage county in ;St. Lucio .
CUsci & cahinfts and Congress. He sawa Those who affirmed the power of the Federal I the question, Congress being a memo political which actuated England in relation to ol'll.Ylwu. ho was in tho Senate, the I county ; a till to reorganize the (ith Kegiment '
mighty political (power rising in the Vest Government to enact and enforce a protective I bodv, without tiny power delegated to it over both, and which caused her opposition to the most profound attention of that augiut body Florida militia : a till to
with interests to vast to submit to the tramme Tariff against the nullification of a morals and religion. So far, tlrf/lr/; as annexation of Texas, completely! unmasked waits upon| his every word, and in all the gallery rots : a till to amend the several regulate acts pat- .j
] restriction or to seek its aid ; and the State, resorted to very extravagant expedients I slavery)' wa availed on moral religion I II the policy of that Cabinet to the world, awl I even an.ong the gay the frivolous! and cerning limitations of actions till to t
a amend
West would be the umpire of the North! and to escape the recognition of State rights.They l .- I I grounds, Congress had no IJ.iutsi with it, II crushed the combinations she was forming to the ignorant; a spell is thrown which fixes an act for the protection of; fisheries. '1
South. He therefore maintained the struggle almost undertook. to dispense with the I and the political relations of slavery! were on.tirely frustrate that event. them in the stillness of statuary. UN style is The following resolutions were adopted :- J*
with and awaited the Federal Constitution in the of the States in which it but it rt'jt'CiK all
an ability constancy worthy of the Slates. They power Mr. Calhoun's vindication of \merican slavery extremely simple expletives Resolution in relation to services of Rev. Jno. .*
great cause, until in the lute session of Congress to 1 be the creature of the people; of the i existed. On this nccaiol, Mr. Calhoun offered in answer to the declaration of Mr. Pak-. digressions! anecdotes, quotations all appeals[ Tucker, Chaplain of Oarnjoa's Battalion ,
he had the felicity' of a triumph I, the United States as one people, the States not a series of resolutions in the Senate, in cnham, that Great Britain aitn!d at the a bo. to the fancy, the passions or the .ibilily of resolution requiring the Treasurer to issue; '
aid of the unanimous Democratic )the having acted in its adoption. To. avoid the which lIe asserted the rights of the States almost lition slavery t throughout the world, has been his auditors., ; Ho speaks only what} his argument his certificates in such sums as claimants '*i .
We t. consequences of violent proceedings againsta in the terms used in his argument on nullification reproached as unsound and uncalled lor, I by requires, and what it i is proper for Senators require : resolution authorizing the Comptroller may- ;,
I Mr. Calhoun had achieved nothing t>lr.e, State, they undertook to proceed] as if Sow -and, although! he v.-jis t then in a the presses that fan; the flame of st..ctiullaljf'al. to I.ear. and) all that multitud of the! intelligent to issue his warrant in favor of O. A. v ;
victory on the great vital question of our Astern Carina had not nullified. They intended to minority, his positions were now sustained almost ousy. But the duty: of Mr. Calhoun to take in the civilized world who are to read Myers for 6IHO( j resolution to adjourn sine
would prove (him the master ppiiit of his treat transaction as the act of individuals unanimously by both paitics, only about the course he did was iUll'c rat\'r.. The announcement antogether! with (he -'ncratlIs yet to come itf, on Gth January. A bill to define in what 4| S'n
country. But the question extended bejond destitute of political autloritj although the four Senators voting in the negative. Such by tho British minister his gov.orninent's whose very destiny he i is now determining.! cases property shall be exempt from cxecu- }t*
the United States, and agitated the great commercial nullifying ordinance: by u majority' was the sufficiency of ,the doctrines of Ir. desire to abolish an institution prevailing An impression has been produced by the letter Unit, was lost. ** }
empire oftbe world, and the cause has of all.the people of the Slate, by their delegates Calhoun for the ,varying exigencies of government. in half our States was offensive ; as writers that Mr. Clay and Mr. Webster i! i iSATURPAV
triumphed simultaneously in both countriesHenceforh in convention, and all the measures of I Congress has also, in fact, ever much so as a declaration' would be on our partto attracted more attention in the Senate while JAXUARV 2xn -On motion the ij j
free trade may be regarded ns a the Legislature were in pursuance of the same since refused to discuss the Slavery question, him of the desire of ,the American govern speaking 1 han Mr. Calhoun. It is a great mislake. votes indefinitely postponing: a till to provide J '
principle ofcivilizalion, as a mighty step: in the authority. To assume that a State could not although the noUy canting about the right cf ment to abolish monarchy throughout the Mr. Culliotin: attracts and holds: the a'. for extra terms of Circuit Court, and refusing -11 I
progress oflhe race, as a Christian and philos.ophic 3 such do any thing incompatible with an act {petition finally weared t that body out of the world. A similar declaration by the French tetitioa c.f a greater number and greater variety to engross a till provide for the election of J !
axiom incorporated into the code of in- of Congress, was to make the discretion of rule rejecting abolition j>etitioiis. 'I Republic had been announced by Hritish of auditor) than! any other public speaker. electors of President and Vice President were j
terlationlllolc and already we behold its Congress the Constitution of the States. All The opposition to African slavery is confined I statesmen ample cause of war. Mr. Calhoun When it was known that he was to speak on reconsidered, and the tills placed among the ]1
) The famishing massof this was contrary to the plainest passages of chiefly to New and Old Cngland- knew that the anti-slavery sentiment in Eng. the Oregon question, women went to tho gal. orders. The Senate went into consideration i iof
*' Ireland, and indeed of all Europe, in the ILl Consitution of the United Slates, and of tries eminently commercial and manufactur. land had been excited by a multitude of mis. lory of the Senate at 8 o'clock, A. M., and the majority and minority reports on the '
nidt of calamitous blight and acarcily, instead I bistor)'. The Slate are prohibited from i suing : ing. The sentiment does not exist to much representations, and he seized this occasion to took their breakfast along! rather than miss a contested election from Walton county, and j i
w being abandoned to starvation and ,'iolenc. letters of marque or bills of credit. This cxtent in the agricultural nations of Europ vindicate the fair fame of his country against seat, although it was not to commence until 1, after some debate, the subject was postponed j i
Ste fed hj the han of free trade-and the admits that a State can do such things__can or the rural populations of this European invective, by a statement of tho con P. M. to Monday. The following tills passed the 1 !
iwne Calhoun u LleSed in millions of cot- violate tb Constitution. Suppose now, a merce is uudobtcdly hostile to all distinction dition and effects' of slavery in the Southern Such is the man w-ho. as we have seen, has Senate :-A bill to provide for the permanent t ]
ael to which his principles and his labors State to issue his of credit, as in fact of class, except one-that of money-between States founded on the moat authentic tt'ltimo-1 actually governed this country for some twenty location of the county site of Benton ; abut 11!
ae carried of the would! the rich and Because all other distinctions of Tho although he has never yet been invested amend and
comfort and relief many have done, course paper b poor. I ny-the census returns 1940. facts years to an act concerning roads high- {
IOTa| struggle of such nl as that of illegal and. void. But could Congress assume lessen the value of money, being things he presented were so surprising and overwhelming with the forms of power by the people. ways. A till for the relief of Wm. McKain,
jw ; it was natural for both of the con. thar thc act was not that of the State, and pun. I not under its command. The money power, I to those who bad on both sides of lie has been occasionally proposed for Presi. was lost. }
lending parties to exert all the political forceIL'ducL ish criminally the members of the Legislature like every other kind of power, aims to IK the water been led away by fallacies and false. dent, but this has generally excited the horror i{ *
'\ they were pofhee&ed, and to en. and Executive officers by whom the paper was paramount and exclusive. I aims at a form I hoods of Abolition, that it was thought expedient of the entire host of political quacks in the Tm HOUSE. *
"each doubtful or forbidden grounds. The created ? If they could not do this ; if !they civilization of its own, showy and sensual. I in order to prop up that cause, to assail land, who exclaim in anguish, Why art thou Moxruv, DKC. 2S.-A resolution calling
wUeg which suffered from the protective s-s. would be bound to recognize a palpable \iola- .I Luxul'is paraded on its person, its habitation, II the credibility of the census itself-an effort coma to torment us before the time The upon Congress for the payment of John Tuck
tm repeatedly remonstrated against it, and tion of the Constitution as an act of a State -luxury collected from every clime which had] the offset of raining strict exam time is now at hand. F. er, Chaplain to Major Garrison's battalion,

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= : -- L _-= -- --- : -- from Indiana, it will be recollected, a [FOR THE rU.IPIA'f.l
was' adopted. AUo. a joint roolution thai;no I as ( uas, no one was harmed.-(Ana.) Comtntrfial iitional expense. However great would! be tile.: That the petty R.:..u!)1ic of Cracow,and with within Ie-H (regiment rre of volunteer and went lo Mexico Ia.turn- SUN-SET.
than thousand arm -d xipcf her own,
bills should Le inlroJuccJ after the 29thinstant. Advertiser. the pleasure which I might experience in par- a where he got .tuck in the neck with the bayonet -
De I feiv league of a Austrian pest, f h Also, a resolution to adjourn, sine I ticipatng with the General Assembly! in making a itrong of a Georgia volunteer, while engaged in quelling 8Y DR. r ft IX C.

I die, on Saturday the '.1 Jao'3Ir Daniel '''THE FLOPJDIAN provision for the payment of any servicesto : i con-taht ource of fear and jealou lo threepow.Hut that- a row on board a steamboathit came back hereabout

), from the committee o propositions andgrievances the Statand particularly those of Jurors crEel Kutnpoan nVions, M beyond belief. ten days ago-took hissat- should rl rt'allllt" theinjured i Volet, i on tEesf. .
-- f they vengeance
-- who ollen suiTr inconveniences in the
to referred the petition -- -- -- --- -- great and .
who wa -- ren.k l\'el. fold'r, portfolio .
; paper
ij1 Xathan Ibkr, of Franklin county, for the ___ _H _._LET_ t'l .,'Lt_. JC_t:_. .___ __ discharge of their responsible duties, I cannot I wh'we) country like a band: they! of have well-trained pillized.r>and M!)"whose rs.they patrimony have- made a thundering speech about the war and the volunteers When Ihe bright eye ulday hath descended to rwr
-- ---- in view of these circurmftnces gratif
iemi? :o a fnp, rrported a resolution! fur" the bat- and cut an extra plash. Lordy how mad Each moment succeeding new beauties unfold
SATIJHDIY, Jt% 1WI7. in this at the of the equally divided, is reasonable. So long ai
ur procc. following "bills passed : ,U.I9 myself regard expense to stand!, andltth..s he made the whigs going ton the war, and some of Of glowing) pavilions in purple and gold.
- -- The tlernt-nts ol Cracow were f-crrrjille-U.
A LH1 to repeal an art therein named ; Sen- -- -- rrrr/ilof-Ihr Stntr. measure, if adopted the democrats thought he ought not tn di in their The soft, fUcey clvund*, by the wind
: onV.-dn -sJay la,t, can'not fail to involve! the Stale *" lf. could move within her wall and breathe llapfit. uneppre'jlt.at .
ate bill to d.fnf more paricular1' who arrretailer TiE 1.rmcLTl'R' i.Jo'nnea rnore < ply cabbage patch. So, between them they kicked up calm a-t ea-bird. in their haven c>f rest.Lo .
afer & law ll.irty.ix resolutions. of win air t-f their once proud and happy country, unronlaminatid -
: pissing *iUy-l"ur and thnt'f'ry portion our citizens
spirituous liquor!: a bill to tax aft their a fuss, and ma.eIr! Colon! Congr..m"n resign llrsfx-rian slues in E" iz.->rn tints irra'*d-_
Tb ,, i forty-lived iv*. The bfnefitled by HtJ- :an Lartui..mould!
s* would be ,
.it r'ftin.l.t presently by ( measure
the lt\'e? of non-residents! : a bill to establish! which he did thereupon on the floor . live ino.lly and rHurn.sl) ti, thi-ir would I ) M nn be cailr-d! lo return, in he heart swell with iiidi-natioii. against their oppres-
of School funds and m.m.l 1.1 upon
Trustees Seminary an the Shaker intimating that he thought a Colorel- Setlike! liquid g(-M it streams along the -Toy.lIarmoni..u. .
.1j for other purposes. A bill to repeal portionof b.mTtscv will, "f rraiTf, give an arf1 iirit ff! hape! of high taxes the moneys they woul Sri, and meditate upon a restoration of the PolishKmK'krn. of "oluntl'er'as much better than a seat in compound cf each heavenly dye.
the office of Treasurer toir! *tetar l.hip to iheir: roiittituent Sore olih'irvJi f receive as Jurors, to make good the deficiencies ISy its destruction, they would be cat- ship
act to organize
an ,
, that Houitf.Your Behold. the flowery throne Oh, sublimely I
Resolution *T of n'ich iiin rlarice tuliic State, in created] br lh.'.. additional' expenditures.' fe-red and their hopet bUsted. Cut the deed has gnn
i indefinitely tpone.J requiring Representative has not yet arrived!, but Mr- I Grace-fully peering as they up the skyeipand.
the r to i ''le hi? certificatesin ,'rrvMiun .! !aV.S whirb have Ixn-n foul lo operate A bankrupt Trei: .urv, ruin 10 the credit of the Iwrn done, and Kngland and France may |mcVet Ihe
I iI Cabe-11 is )here and that his constituent," Mr. 1.\ thousand fantastic forms in bright ,
j the claimants "',br1.h', ant rr.jyiieJ chanin. Thfrt i ii too State, IOV.HPS bv depreciation" of the Treasury in-ult. .\ surrender of Cracow- never will be made says I array
such _
sums as may Brockenbroueh, may be shortly) expected.I I jnlx': !s tlie! (laming -hroud ot the dytrt darHere's
Imttwtr ant tlrul? and the! to Austria, although it n Jud she vva-i awrseto the
rotvh |14 ili'.i'.n, : xve are |1.I.aod warrants, high taxes upon people hy
41I ; was aJoptcdTcr other demonstration notice t that your two Senators taket heir full share traced;) a bread belt fit Fmpyriao blue .
Uw !isis !MMI r..o i-rovi-liiii! f.r an atn< ri-h/irnt restore the credit of the State, are to my mim unru'tition. unless the act is followed by -
of the chat in the Senate. Mr UYstcott expressed! There. ample festoons of a Ty rein hue
: cf the ;
9rr-Mr. Jones introduce a < f Ihr CN..ti.ainn..a*to I.a\tiietitiial in.tfa.! ol the inevitable! consequences; of the approval than mere protrsU on the part
I D.L- his against printing }u.ikcr petitions agin The mm h,.b> surmounted with a vertr.ilion foul
opinion ,
lil! to omen 1 the tevcral at relative to free w .i'>n tit the Lv'lirpWe' *h"t hacw (.f t the bill. Kr.zlish: ; atid French t;overnmtents.lime .

, j per!Ot; Mr Fletcher, a bill to amend 'a"r.u.a rt-vii'wt colof 1'C referred! Col Benton, to write in IA bow ch.1ngeJabs? ? Low soon this
to a report answerto
revtnu; art : Mr.) Leonard: bill (amend! candidly express whatever? may be the conse.quenre fun.v% ins in repaid: to the matter : VUICQfades
militia FlorIJa Viiprrme Conrt.iirl which onlya e.f Cracow ,I its territory the m, showing that t It.eva.r is not wicked. Mr.Yulceand -
an act to OTaIIZ'* the Til following! On questions in policy The annexation
bills p15'Pd l :: A bill to arix-nJ an act to" incorporate This Court. ....M .n
i nt-II Mi. Tiiost rorcn) I'liief J".lir" lion.J furl her conditioner than a protest Item the of printing a of Florida, and they both also made .
; I.ikedreamsoa
the city of K.*y Wot ; Senate bill peeled lo >i ild 'to the judgment of the map the du ky wing of night it hies,
< S. li., KIN', at ] Il-in. (;. \.V. M 'cnAr, A" ("- I?b: .ti.h (;"v-mnmaeflt. followed by separate one from about the admission cf Iowa and her school
so amending the Constitution as to make th! ? .\.iembly! I ; but, where I deem the credit of hat of France, and indignant ad.lrc".t"'i from the exil speeches To other realm or oblivion ; but ere it dies,

4 sessions of the Ix-gislaturc biennial ; a bill to 5.:1.' lu,-ti<*(>*. liii., TIlIM \% I Ii! \L17U.I. arrived on the State involved! I cannot withhold my intoTPrence -d Poles iu Franee and thc Ientsratmcos.'ciatitsrs land; as to which they disagree. You will ee the -'a if azoni/mg in deaths direst throe,

define the boundary of Washington! county ; :MorxUrefiins! frNI Ilir Ila-l, \\Iu'r li- hail teem. within the limits of the constitulion. of Paris. The opposition; to I Ihe piece e.l audacious rei"
' 6-i ,..ir.ar.Hi i Iiiiting| the fall Is nr.- of Court. In the villainy an-1 perfuly committed by .\u lria, at the in- fe-red petitions different kinds from State. I
. a bill for the relie\rchiLal Paterson ; I therefore return to rcpre enta- your Like the eh ing dolphin, when o nvuls'd with death,
sti< .ti"n of Rn-via and! vvidi the cowardly connivance
the olfire f.( the) failuren the part r.f the fJen- the bill for their ; believe I emitted to notice a debate that occurnd the
a bill to :uncn' I act organizing unwNjuenre lives of the people re-con ot Prussia i is a. vet tne-re-ly veib.il. but the Ntmmtint' succeed as slowly I ebb ;its closing breath.

of Treasurer. Senate bill limiting the M-S- ..r.1 l A<. en Uly 'I i-et-t a JiiJ.'? of I the Soatli"fnI'imiit. side rat intl. time will come something- mO re. In the House other day on motion of Mr. Westcott, warmly opposed I 'Tis so w ilh the soul at its exit bele.vr,

ions of the < ;enl'ral Asi-mhly, was indefinitely (Jn.l<..' Macra't firm lia\in': < expired at I have the honor to br, ot C''Pitnon4, Lord Palip T.teii declared that if the by Col. Renters, to form Territorial Governmentsfor Departing :Ior 'J immortal halo

tl The < ;Jcncral Assembly! II.,..- .-n d l of.It} '.,ni n.) lisa Circuit rfmainithoul Verj respectfully, treaty of Vienna \\-( ,rc'nl.tl on the Vistula, it California. It"ai passed l-y but will again As its lime weary day draws near to the clo>*.

to-day went into ejection: of Judge of the iJn-liC.. Weprt' itnie, hO\H\r. the Governor will Your ob't servant. and misht! 'the; fiiuIy orians; !ot powerless the French on Government the bank e-f have the Po declared .; come up, I learn in a few days. TIle vote on postponing The scene waxes bright wiih htpe'* a-suring gLiij,

; Southern Circuit, and after 1 successive i vo nuke an appointment in a few da's. % ,iin't an W. I). IO ELEY. that the provisions of that now violated treaty its consideration for a few days wa a close And when it bath set hey or d times cloudy verge,

ting, postponed the matter until to-morrow. ;uHitirul! JtKljp. tie urrr'Irf Court can do but lit- n litin; to France will be <>-erved si lonz as one-2'i to 22. Tho-te aeiinst the rf'.llJfioo"otin: New beauties like sapphire and gold hall emerge
ii.bn.in.4, a inns? cT the ca-rs wp.>n the ducVtt The Ctltle.f the !ea .oll. suit.French convenience.and not a nvmant longer- against the postponementVACAHOOTA.. Tulluhatre January, I.!;.
t '\ rJJIt'uY, Dnc 3M.' -A joint motion indefinitely vrc tried by vne r>f he tirccJ'i.gts! now j j5 in ofEre, To the a toni>hmenf of all, the wrath, d'lrini n"rt'.lhf'n. are hopes l tenth for Poland and Italy.-
of of the prt''Ilt'inta, being e.jual to fine Italian Tile dra mjn's teeth) are sown." Fur the FloriJinn.
postponing the election Judge nl ihe law ri'ij'iirine lhr c Ju.ltifo tm.titllf a a TILE RUINED CHURCH.Pasing .

the Southern Circuit was carried) aft T the 'l'II"JI en.rt that m. Jiirtze, "bo stall. have nit) spring. has net, until recently, letn mtf.citr.t to in. :i- The lion. ALEXAM HARROW, f. 5>. 5 n3. It bis b f-n held by the )learned Rijrljmfunnk'us

42nd voting for that olficcr this morning rau.o in the Court ll<.w,,shall sit n)hen tic sal .e ductUt fun-loving ay f'il iUIJ'I to get up even a t.'r frt'ia Louisiana, died a{ Haltiniore, on Teie!lay of that the, in United nut re r States rf National reigns 44 Law Lordot, tilt the Supreme A scendir.t"Moc.eowLrcy Court a few days since, by the blackenedand

f A bill to amend an act concerning roads ?I..I\ e'lt is beard in f..S ipnm"- Court. l.opfir a dire.until the l'achrl', the last part of morning the 2th tilL, of constipation cf the bowels Kr.PORTS. smouldering ruins of the once neat and

Ligliwaysas read a third! time and pu: ...I. creatif nor, as IJr. Franklin u,(J \\o guy, the half of tasteful! Catholic Church, which adorned our
-the saintImsordsr that terminated the life; cf the SIR :-In the lait Sentinel ap|-ears a long Review I
A Li to tax the slaves of riorirreidentsvas THE I'jtirro T.'n. CorRr for the lrict: of a lair' ari.ofJ1', r-tnpathizinz with the/, /r, dc lamented LFRVRE cf South C. r.lina. Mr. B. was of that part cf the Presldenl'IH.ae which relates I city, we observed with some curiosity that the

i lo The srssion of to-day was mainly consumed Jatl e HaoNoN '- idinff, romcicnced ill tfrrair.t-d in their l.elJt'Hlt'nce to to that which the : front and rear walls which, immediately after
J'I.n.b. pr
t the the Mexican The Review
said to he the vo'irit member of Senatorial lo war. is certainly
in the consideration of two -the .. IJ"t. On Th'jr callant youn; tntn and inatroni might )have done the wood work had been consumed, inclined
Lit '-. in tlii city on Jsyll
. Y"llly hl.dy. He had (proceeded to J Baltimore as the second well written ; it is classically pure in language; veryrla's.ii.le
first, a bill to amend an act to organize the ..- Grand Jurv was and the JuJje de- lo:.! since. Suites it to PU>, that a" UACHTLOR'S so 1 far outward that the crowd of spectators
icipannfllcyl in but fer the
argument ,
i "fthe Hon. Mr. Davis, in the unpleasant difficulty ; unfortunately,
militia, and the 5C(011. The Senate Lil to provide liverI an ;mprc- ive char *:. -TL -rc i*'not much HALL," the (nh, one 'nig the !.3..n, carr.e otf'on of the view it \\'fetf'h.. waited some time in expectation to see them
accompli-hmcnt o'J.'Ct ,
: between that gentleman and Gen BJ hey, (.f Virginia. in
: for the payment of jurors, fir>t ofwhich buim.we learn, before thi- CPr.u.J it \i\ pr.- Thursday etcnin; last.; It "a* %\ell attended To in this Review tumble had righted again to a perfect perpendicularity
His illness la>te-d hilt"IIr dt ''. sophistical. speak plain terms, and surmounted with their
passed the second reading, and the ". and hjve heard that the) C iron
( we
b*!!Iy adjourn next week. Joe. I) DROWN f arrows from jud\\ -- -- of the Messieurs cf the Intelligencer is nothing
It House adjourned before takin; the que.!ion .Mir-a! and C. C. VO.NGE, U. S. Oircttor iuver, winded by irr 'sistible chart.., fltwitb unerring .\'ftnpaprr in California -A cerrespondent cl{ less than the effort cf the croses stood naked and erect in something
mere nor expirinz organ -
,:,t upon the conll. The f-lection of Solicitor! : I, certainly. d ., the New York Journal) oCcmm.rce. v\rifir.gfrora great like monumental majesty, as it were in defiance
( tre :n 3t nd4"' Many of the Southern Circuit, appointed fur to-day I pleased to learn were itilicted upon the besicc Monterey, (California.) Sept 10, !h'i>', states that '" and at ihe time, insidieius! and of the flame?, and a token of prom be for

.: i resulted in the chrict of T'Itrnts. .F. :'ffWe in* it.- atteton to the followin: rnrs-ii e and the beif"; rs. This is light, anti if barhclun; the fir,t f>ai>rr ever printed in California has been appeals to the same people, to by endeavor to shake ingenious th,-ir- the future We accept the omen in behalf

I Esq. The vote stooJ, King 4-:!, \\ : K'.I I the. Go,nl f. vetoing. ihe bill TO ;provide for the ,ouT; or, .1J. can resist the) charm of the Ladies starfeti! Monterey.. The type were found in the confidence in tile wisdom and patriotism the I our Catholic friends and trust that however

4. .. Ives 7.TinnsnAT. ;i..i.utntm: JUTJF. lt it be rexiam cotisidcrid. fair of our own sunny land!, they should be bauih forsaken rell ol a m 'I.1., and the paper u-f-d i is such present inauspicious circumstances may appear they
.\ arini tralion. But this ar.ctelaborateattempt
r : DEC : Towl offered I Ja' ..j'-'ild; S bat should the wily 1 will not be long deprive' of a place to worship -
, H.I. "t paid: : vhtl pay to )Maanj nay or the Sandwich ManJ-1. I'rcm lia a. was imported for the p'irpreerfeirar wrappers.It .
. will avail them "
nothing. hizh hili
: I Up a : after the ot their fathers. The
the following re oll : 1 1.JrrA c jir. f. ; : W.f! w the ricaTi to under the custom
r i pay we learn in a comniunication giving a full docrip. is printed in Englib and Spanish, and appearsone "
a huge round stone t and their
they heavir.g
are reward
.. ( the thirt.r. xtb concurrent rt.t r. vc-r.oe law ? Where would the credit Church just destroyed wa a more than ordinary -
\ [ ; lion wed
L for a
sent m late
publication, till
however for
which took laft.29th : like that ct Oaphax"ill be their punish achievement of the handful! who
! ,. roting pace on Tuesday .f tae Stale t.v.e doutbs j itence ? HUt} re- profess
., ,' inst., f\r Judge of the Southern Circuit 'I : all .ur i.aisr I t.-tlol%, WI. are strorgly tf (pinii/ri thawvHiiids p- Hri:. Gen. Tw s. 1.. H.iMER.of the Ohinbrigade ment. this faith in Tallahassee They are few and

..., there were present in the House of Il*>p-e-- i I 1.C1 liaie I len ir.flictetl) whirb can only) be cfftc died at Monterey on the 3d I December. He The great enJ which the Ii.tfllieer.cer struzzles generally poor : but the Church they had

0. ; sentativcs thirty-six mcm/'r!. ninett-n I Ts fV Senate an:! I/mite of Representativesc batty heaUtl by an application of Jl rr.en'< iminacnlatc zrfatly di>fir.2ui,hed himself at the battle cf Monterey to attain, i is, that the United States ae-juire by- its built would have been deemed an ornament

whom voted for David S. \\'aLer! to be J-i Ige c the Gtacral .hll1b) of the Sac offturlda L. lm. So mote it be. by his coolness and bravery. HV was a democratic Mexican conquests "no right but these which pertain to any Tillage in this country In style it

:" i of said circuit : And whcrea on tLe Jthirt. I I : COCETITThe bet, : nd we mnizhtssr the onh member tier tof the next Centre-* from Ohio to it as the military tenant of the country," A.C., iva? o? the old English GothicT ?which there

". .! i1h voting there Wdt present in tlieSenate GENTLEMEN 01' THK :':"I"TJ"D :, l am'uemfnt forotircitizeni ringthe winter W3 I He( WH:1 gentleman cf fine talents, and! save promise and that the act cf extending! her laws over the con- are certain! but few specimens in the United

: ':'. fifteen members .nine of whon t-rteJ I .\ lIor! 'K ocI IlKI'KKSKNTATIVES.I : : tint) arTord. by :..Yr.1'Jr..e'4 Concert last evening it usefulness in whafeier sphere h< might be called quer-d country is unevntitntional.! But here is the States : and the qaiint antique air of the

o..; for\ sail Walker to be Judge of sail circuit : I return l 1.. iewith! without approval, a hill Court-houe.. It was well attended!, and emery to move. extract from the intelligence; to which I refer The structure was certainly in admirable harmony -

.." f And whereas, !'iJ.alkr"was thereby te.tcd It.) Le ciititli'd! if act to atitln.ii- the pay.tiHnt it r
by the cOI.Urcnl both Houses of the ( :Seneral to i1iiirt-b) theconqoe-t of the chief ports of Californu of Irick stuccoed and tcautifully finis-
Assembly >eJuJge neatly
to adjourn I clled .eh cit When the fart communicated the ,
I j m'I".M tn-d.iy, un c 'ini' to novel as it is, will be difficult lo surpass. We have was to and of the capital cf Santa Fe, no rizhts tnt thcewhich
t. ( of said circuit. :"-orling to the trie rwuiinrnysf't'to! a In i,-f statement of the ohj heard uf the Swiss Hell: ringprs-we do not say this Hou-e! Mr. Rathbun. c.f New York, announced that pertain t. it as the military tenant of the ed throughout A tell which had been procured

.:. intent an i meaning of the 11th section of the I I 'ction ;the liillhich! !have su :...tf'J t.'mt.ee tl.C'm-.ut! da the discourse the repiesentatives elect of the new State were in attendance timely, during the continuance of the war, and ter'l fortunately was not hung at the time

5ih article of the constitution of this State : s to 111min') within the very limited time slirtasies( most excellent music i iy," net company! bells-, and: "1I::e5''fl that they be qualified. Mr. the claim of title! 4-t op under that occupation, will of the fire and this together with a few movable

... Tlitufure. ll'solcrj, (the Senate concurring which I !La\e had to devote to its considera but on a vari, of musical in"lruIt'nh.Ir.cny upon. Morse Svreniu C. Ha tings, and Mr Shepherd, Lf tlkrb<.th count f'r noibir.g the\\ten end't.e cf the two eovernraents'' ccn.eto appurtenance are all that was saved,
a ret toiling at war.
..ft tliiit the fJovernor be. and he is while learn that small debt
,) hereby tion. tiemocrats .. we are sorry to a
then and took theirt
i- a the Violin and Husrle :Irs. MorsetiHii were tjualitUd; at
l proficient on ; The quibbling eilsrl nf the Intelligencer f o nyf ify
anJ) i issue commissionto remains be the builder The
authorizc-d required to : In the first I'lar.p. provi.ion is alrc-ady, made yet to paid
the (;'lIlar'Ili'i1"4r1..n.. can charm will i is here For the veriest in national
". said I>aviJ S Walker as Judge of said : lilr the f iynint ..1 f Jur ; I hl.t son**-Mr. Marhani the Flute: and: the affairs knows that claims will cour.t for ,
upon nothing
Soutlu-rn ("irejit.The : couiitj tbe priviit- of :-er.-iviiig uU lin-s and! on \filitary .\fair! in the IIou
... Speaker dcci-lcJ! ') the resolution Ol cf :I'i iiici:ores ;mr"it'j and! incurred! in <*:t'-li co'iity wlu.le company with the reid harmony upon( the rese.ot4tmvtrepertid! a bill "n the Wth ulf., torai i w hen the two srovernment come to a reckoning at of the more wealthy of the faith throughout
!:!n.i.s. (;arid Lear them! to-ught, tlwsa wbuisb} the end of It.e3r "* unless otherwise "determined
order tak, and the Ho'isercfus'd cne regirnenf cf dragoons! and nine m.I'nh cf infantry the and of them
-an appeal was -n, a* a fund to pay IH! ; Jurors of I hat: ? county, i r" country : though not we
: to sustain the decision. The con-i-1- and; : time fig user privilege; of lowing a tax ineach i a pleasant entirtair.mont. -the enrolment to during the wsr.or for i by a treaty cf peace." This fact, I presume. President would be glad to see a disposition on their

eration of the resolution was then postponed county 'Sir; any further IJII1't t that may bertqUirIol The Last Remnant of Polish Liberty gone. live yearn, at the of J lion of the volunteer. Polk i is almost as well aC"luainted"lIh as are part to lend a helping hand to their bretheren

:, !. till to.morr.The I House then resumed to tni-rt such 1'his the intelligent iditcrsrf the Intelligencer. But this here. Whatever they may be inclined to do,
\pcn-cs. system The most J'olitinlltm by the recent
'_ the consideration! of the Senate to providefor ; From our Washington Correspondent.UA i. not, at prudent, the question. Such question can it will be hard to exhibit a devotion to
Ii has: IKMMI :ulol''-' with in
1- great s'icc.'ss some I is the total) annihilation rf the lastvetage
the (jurors was finally r.\\II. !m>-c-'V, December 31., 1St Ij. .onlyarisehrn the tear i* over, and then and not their faith than has teen shown here in the
t. of the older Elates. and! wr-irrs the prompt cf Polish in the boiti..niflherl' )
.- orJcrc reading-yeas if.%, nays 3. execution of the criminal law, \\ bile il leaves nationality Since my la,t, circumstances have occurredof until then, will it N rr.ocfed by ihe treaty making ; erection of this Church.-a spirit which,however

i to alter! the .iri'l section 7th article within the di"'nli'n! of t the : of each ( (city of Crarow. This city, by the treaty ol Vienna interest in this city. TJ.eo'hatein the House on powers of the two Governments. What we have damped by this most unfortunate catastrophe -
o ople '
the Constitution, was i indefinitely poc to determine j is simply this: has not the President i- will revive anew, with such exhibitions -
: i and strictly r.eulrjl city, untUr the protertioa tHra1! divs. Sorr.e of the Whi Commander-in-Chif cf the and
the taxes of Calhoun I ;sjrot j'jite savacerous as Army Xavyof of brotherly affection and sympathy.
Hc11UilJ appropriating rarfi cit .' of I ihe and l
-n ,
I liy coijnty paid to
hloucel : of jAustria, Kuuia and PmuiaPland, in and bellicor-e. Garret Davies tried insultI'avlytif the United States the right,until the isoter
'f.hc for 1:7 anJ l lwto build a Court each Juror 'tor such service Improper lo tear May we not hope to hear of them
," .. and jail in the county, was adopted A I.ill 1 lv allowances to Jurors !be i I i-t'-'.. wa partitioned atnons these three powersandto I Virginia but got as good! as he sent. Th to occupy such place or places as has been e-r may be [Florida Sentinel.
or can more ca-
:. for the s'.-irity of f property found derelict il detected I I the authorities of the Austria fell the city c>t" Cracow. Hut the down* rest day he challenged Bavly I by General Harrow: con'iuereel and establish therein such government as
"ily hy
.. .:;,.;.I the collection district of Key West, was l lot. I \\li 'ii iiters---tI! lo emit ,11.11| ahIiI-t, andcotiMMju fall: of Napoleon, brought about-by what was rdUcd i SiTiator frwin Louisiana. S/.rru'lilin. that ft-11 from good policy and the rjergency e>f the case may require? Marriage of the Queen of SpainTh&ceremonies

A bill! to amend an act to organize the lili-1 'Mitly justice! is more likely to prevailtimeler I the I Hly Alliance, reaultid in the treaty Vienna, i the Ix-arer the challenge reae bed the ears of Ihe M'ist assuredly he has; and the editors of the Intel- observed upon the marriage cf

., :rr; tia, rJ e.1 A. bill to amend an act \ the! present plan. (Under this system j which stipulated Ihe |> -rjK.tual) reeJurn of Crarow family where General Bavly boarded, and occasioneda lizencT' dure not controvert this plain common snse time Queen of Spain were as follows :-
.' free of color this State I as a'.o\e. To this arraiizt-rrcrt, HngUnd: w a- a j tart totheofliccrs uf tion. The Mexican author i however
to [persons migrating to in counties wh! .-re Jurors are paid an 1 s rve complaint to be made justice, whoissu vievvot thequc' it-s. The officiating prelate! commenced Its

: .7 -., passed. A. bill to organize the county oil: in r"- uar! rotation, they can allimll/ contrih a, well a' Francin the representative cf ti.e : tl warrants for both the bellizeient.s. They ar- would no doubt do so; for, WCT they permitted function by savins-'Sfnora Donna Isabella

'- -S Holmes! was laid on tbe table. Iesolntion! ftc a county tax sufficient, wish: ihe fines and I I.ourb'in! d i\tsaty. Sit will readily be &,.t'O that II III r.td (;Jeneral) Bayly, when Jlrn.Ir.. Hilliard!, of to make such municipal regulation. as they chose II., of Bourbon, Catholic Qu-en nf your Ma-

: .. providing that Treasurer's certificates shall i toiSrittijp., to defray I Ii i-s C i't-ml 5('. In I other ,I I this art o tb three first named powers i i. a violation Alabama, and another gentlei.ian: became his sureties I over the country they had. lost by the fortune of war jfsly. and of your highness. Serene Sir Don.

::.: :. draw five per cent interest, was inJ finitely counties here Jurors are not paid, they realize of sub towards FaJgl-nd! and France ; and it lo keep the peace and not fight any body. Da- i it would b. an easy matter for them to put our little Francisco be Assi.s Maria Ie Boul on. Infante

,. postponed. Preamble and resolution \ i an nj'nl benefit in the reduction of the II I may pos-til.lv; brine about that good untai.din; v ies b.amJf"Jl.lc,1! some of the Constables, and knocked I but gallant and chivalrous army horn tin combat! of Spain, in case you know of any impediments

:. .t to the establishment of a Light-House at Indian county tales.'i I twtm ce-mm these two nations which was intenupt by the balance down stair.made himse-lf scarce inVahmingtcnand I But: what renders supremely ridirulon-" the absurdity to this present marriage, and why it could not

t: river bar.: were adopted. A bill to regulate he bill now proposed is objectionable) on I tie :fmt'll'nlil'r i marriage, and a war or tie restoration % ., wase.tf to Baltimore44by the mm irt' of the position assumed by the Intelligencer, is and ought not to be contracted-that is Iff

the time of holding courts in East IorMa the ground that it makesach clerk of thn I, of the vii-ht<-d right of Cracow follow. A I II or some other mysterious COM eyance,w here he waitd the affected contempt in which it holds the Laws ofations. say, there exist between your Majesty and

i '! las ed unanimously. A bill to establish Circuit courK a certain extent a I war i is even now wajrine, fait and furi.II!"-but very politely for H.a)ty to come and put him out The great Publicists and Jurisconsults I Highness impediments consanguinity, affinity

.. a or fees, also passed. troller 'public accounts of the .St.ite cllmp.1 the shoot nothing harder tlian paper bullets. The I of his misery," or give him a chance to kill Bavly.I that have existed; from the times of Grolius and Vat- or spiritual relationship, independently of

out any Millicicni check n;>on 'him to prevent London Times peaV9 cf the act as rash, illegal HoI?Iy could not go, of course. tel down to the present age, are mi-re visionaries in those impediments that have been dispensed
FRIDAY JAN. 1. On of Mr. Fisher
i ; motion
: abuses of lh<* power sought to be conferred ; and unj11 -t' The Trench editors are unanimous in Nobody! ) doubts the pluck of either, but many the estimation of the editors. Such authorities they with by His Holiness-if you have mad vows
the of Holmes
the bill
to organize
.'""... was taken from the table county and placed fir it cannot be utip'Mued; that the Judge whce their condemnation, and can scarcely find languagein think that t. if they' wished to fight so much, they cannot recognize. They virtually cf'ntt.'ndlltat IheXtipiente chastity or religion-and, finally, if there

-t' the orders. The Senate bill to :'provide among for approval: : is required, can find time to give which to express indignation. To'try iniluential ) might go to San Ltti* J'utoti, where they could get Court of the United State in the great exist impediments of any other kind,-that

:i the third time such examination into each account presented papers, the .Yatwnal and Reform, publish an their belly full gratis. arbiter Iffore irhom nations should fair, and that you forthwith declare them. The same I demand -

..' ,. and payment pa5scd-j.c jurors 10), was rat I a [The bill for his approval, as the great interests involved address of the Democratic As-.ocia.tion in Paris, to General Barrow,while at Baltimore with Mr. Davis those /iariwt.i of national lair, tchirh all enlightened of all here present. For the second
allows grand and petit nay II one dollar should rNluire. I cannot imagine that the Democrats of Europe.l'rllh'lling against the e.v- wa.s taken suddenly ill, and died in a few hours. governments hate ht'rt'IljlJ1rtrfTfnud, are and the third time I make the same demand,

,'.,". ", day to be paid out of the State Treasury, and per rt"alerflpi'ortunil'coulll be afforded to squander unction of the last show .t Polish nationality, and Ou news be-ing received by telegraph of his dangerous but antiquated" dreams. This is a bright idea, that you freely discover any impediment you

",' '. the aggregate expense to the State, it is the public moneys by the payment of pretended calling i on all nations to rise together, teach the tyrants situation, Senators Crillendell, He\'C'rJy Johnson, and will certainly claim attention in the next edition are aware of."

,.:.4 will amount to $lJtJO., The supposed claims than MalJbnJcd under the thin ar.d oppressors of Europe, by hoisting in their J. M. Clayton, Archer and others of his friends went of Vattel ; which will, no doubt, recognize the authority After some moments silence, no one replying
.:'', of the bill contend that it will bankruptthe section of this bill, which lo my mind, placesthe midst the sandard: of emancipation, that the day of over by express rail road to see him. They arrived so learnedly and patriotically contended for the prelate addressed the Queen thus :

.'.. Treasury, or compel the imposition of; public moneys within the control of the retribution i is come. The manifesto is signed by ju-.t in time to witness his decease. McClelland!, by Messrs. Gales and Seaton.To 'Senora Donna Isabella 1!., of Bourbon,

;-'i: ( higher taxes ; and that its operation upon various clerks. I many distinguished Frenchmen, and is i as follows : of Philadelphia, who was also se-nt for, arrived about pursue the Intelligencer farther, after this exhibition Catholic Queen of Spain, do you wish for

,i sti larger counties will be unjust and Besides all this! there seems to me to be I 44 We thank you. By teasing the last veil that Ihe same time. A pout mortem examination of its logical and constitutional acumen. your spouse and husband, as the Holy catholic
oppres ,
} sive.) The following bills also passed : Senate great injustice in any measure which proposes ,' concealed minds t..o'too confiding, jou .have, re-ino\ed dis ij ate-d the the last last pretext illusionof (for hal!, and it was found isis disease was constipation of would be insulting to the well informed reader. I Aposlolicand Roman Church directs, DOB

... .,- bi giving a lien to steamboat men and I to divert from the Treasury, moneys al-! cowardly. inaction from the timid and feeble, and Ihe intestines, which caused the death of the lamented shall, therefore, sir, merely observe, in concluding Francisco de Assis Maria de Bourbon, Infan

rIo'.r the bay and river of Apa-I re.idv pledged to meet expenses of the State ha.lenetiour ruin and! (the dounlall ofyourdftested Le-jare. His remains were brought to the this hasty leview of the Reviewers, that, were thereno } te of Spain ?"

i,'.. navigating;; bill to provide for tho sale! already incurred. The Treasury warrants swaY. There existed similar compactsdenominated rail road Ji-pot la>t evening, and c3rr l.d thence' to other evidence l'\i..ling.lhe Intelligencer has furnished The Queen kissed her number's hand, and

of the internal improvement lands. A bill now outstanding, have >circulation: on treaties tlie by human>ou, which r family covered doomed your by }oU conspiracies In eternal Ihe finance committee room of the Senate, escorted sufficient to prove itself guilty of '4 giving aij being again asked thief the same question bj

lv>* to amend the revenue act, &c., was lost.- the faith of the system now in operation, klavrr against. YOU ba e torn those Ircati,.. You hate II! y theice President and Senators of both parties and comfort to the enemy." rr LIl'S. the bishop, rejied-"I's! I w i5ls.*

JSfM Resolution authorizing the Comptroller to audit which guarantees tla. payment of certificates abolished all positive right : >ou prlldairnlllt' natural many members of the House of Rcpret-entativrs, and He then said-'Dex-s your Majesty give

: ,. an account of Dr. II. Little, wjs adopted. or warrants according lo number, or in other riul.t imprescriptiblerinht; which euaranteesanevidence inany friends. Yesterday the Senate adjourned, on Important to shippers of ( W/on.-The secretary yourself as douse and wife to his Serene

1 words of services to the Slate, in the order to every nation, as well as to every individual I- motion of Mr. Muugurn, without dojng any thing inconsequence of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce Highness, Don Francisco de Assis Maria da
rt'f, in which they an performed. It i i. manifest to be null! and void III jour eyes; the right of writes that the Lords nf the Treasury Bourbon ?*
JAN'V 2. The bills then of nt.\,! of his decease. To.dJYfro
'SATRDU., force is the onlv ri ht recognize. Let force
? foHowin/ '
that from and after the
announced 12th
the House.-A bill the! : that the measure proposed is. entirely in conflict decide between you and us In the insane pride inspired Johnson, of Ii.uisisnaCol. Cent on,Gen. Bre-cseand hare The Queen answered'! do.'

(,S ti passed county of Holmes ; Senate bill concerning with the just principles! recognized by t'l.i tojou by )our material power which \e dread Mr. Hanncgan, of Indiana, delivered eulogies on the December, ult., time landing waiters will not 'Does yot'r "AJf>i slv receive and accept the
for it beliete iu another >"cr-in the weigh cotton or other free goals imported into .
divorces ; Senate bill relative to elections in i isting laws, secures IIIcutfirst of l5l'r. not, because we |11 deceased in the St-nute, and the customary resolution saidlnfanit I I. >n Ki.iticiicobe Bourbon for jcaf
of real rizht, in the of duty- declare few
power you !
power Liverpool, except a packges to ascer.
>f. this State ; Senate bill to authorize Crews, vices performed. war against all nations, against society itself w-rehmassed. The funeral is to take place) to-mor spouse and lml>and ?I'

l: ; administrator's of James Niblack, to soil certain Hut above all, the credit of t the State is in. which only lives by duty and rigbt. Well, we accept row. An affecting incident occurred in the Senate tain the average weight. Yes, I receive and accept."
J.? volved in this matter. To maintain that credo those conditions becomes Shippers of cotton will observe that, in consequence Infant --
real estate. Resolution explanatory of that war. War on a holy clumber to-day. Mr. Crtttendt-n rose to address the The bishop then addressed the
pvs it, even should it be at sacrifices of ini} ortanlintireMs war, and i is to u"JlfmanOU5'llh victory, otherwise ofthis change, it will be necessary Most Serene Sir Don Francisco de Ass"
: the militia laws, was indefinitely postponed. Senate respecting the dccea'l'tho) was his warm ,
God would not be God. It will no doubt pro that the should! be
Resolution declaring David S. Walker duly ll feel to be a paramount duty from duce martyr, but, after the struggle,you will appear and intimate friend. lie seemed deeply moved. A shipment accurately taken at Maria de Bourbon Infante of Spain, does you'
the avoiddelnm-s
elected Judge of the Southern Circuit, was which I can never hrink.t present thereis humbled) otbd.e a S/.t-la and his sanguinary instruments i dead silence! prevailed in the chamber. Every eye port so as to -and Highness wish for spouse and lawtul wile tiCt
but little in the Treasury to liabilities but before social justice, which is both differences in the adjustment of freiegbton ofllourimcsnCatholkQi1ecu
indefinitely postponed-ayes 15, nays 17. money pay was directed towards him. His voice was heard in Majesty Isbclh II.,
"* of (he "overntnent for services to tileSlate upright and inexorable. There will wailing and landing. ana(
< tremulous tones, Mr. President : It is needless (or _ of Spam, as the Holy Roman Catholic
also will be the
gnashing of teeth juy
.Uii'f I' NARROW ESCAPE. already performed. Warrants to a elicited in the hearts; of nations by the assurance pure of mt'Ile paused his feelings overcame him, and, DR. J. C. CLYDE.-We hare been showna Apostolic < 'hurch directs 1"
Some of the who sal on the last largo amount, issued by the Treasurer, are Democratsof all countries brethren The Prince answered 'Yes I wish.'
madcaps up a beltrr fate. covering his face with both his hands, he exclaimed, letter, received by Mr. Fitzpatrick, the ,

[ day of the old year to give it a final farewell outstanding, and to some extent depreciated. united by the name faith and the same hope, combine as he tottered to his seat, "I beg your pardon, I can- Sheriff of Columbia County, giving the information Does your Highness give yourself ?* &C.C -
liabilities of the State will in common and unrelenting act ion. '
efforts o e
,1.! determined to pive i a parting salute- The present soon your enslaved Europe the standard of eman not proceed." Not a dry eye was seen in the cham- that the remains of Dr. Clyde were Yes, I do.

; and for that purpose charged an old cannon be increased to a large amount, by ihe presentment cipation.Hoist amidst Let nations startle as its sight, and, by an ter. Alter a few moments, Mr. Mangum moved the found on the 20th inst., some thirty miles i Does your Highness receive and accept

| ? that lay on the wharf with powder and brick claims for expenses of the Legis. unanimous exertion burst asunder their felt era-- question{ on the resolutions, and t the Senate adjourned.The from Santa Fe, Columbia county, mostly eaten as your spouse and lawful wife Donna 15beU1

U? bats, and one of the party applied his segarto lativw department. The expenditures for the The hour has come for every body to perform his galleries were crowded by a numerous auditoryof up by bogs, wolves) and buzzards,-and II., Bourbon, Catholic Queen of Spain f
fiscal do not uruniite lo be less duty as a man. To-diy the to-morrow the Yes I do '
the priming, when the cannon was shiveredto present year !" both sexes on this occasion. General Barrow was much scattered about. Cason's gun was found received and accept.
of it luau those of the past year ; while the reven- triumph iLiac, then Then the hands of the Queen and
the explosion-pieces were joining
atoms by of the members of the Senate of ath. his side.
I. tbc annexation of Cracow is that instead one youngest by
the distance of several hundred oem of the government are reduced in proper- The plea Infante, and taking his crozier, ihs bishop re
k: } hurled to I neutral, it was the centre of conspira. letic and commanding appearance,g'nerouiqualili It will be remembered, that about six weeks
? of the houses tion l to the extent of tho exemption from capi. I ( being in slow and solemn voice-
yards, over the tops highest and rebellion and the late attempt to restore the good; attainments, aed strong mind ; but you w ill seethe since, Clyde was badly beaten by Mr. A. E peated. a ,
one of which fell upon and crushed the root' tation tax established at the present session. cy ; to his made and threatened him. Clyde afier- I An., I, on the part Almighty ( ode and
eulogies hands
Poland filled the measure of the Republic's memory by master Noyes, and
iaM of our office. No one was injured by the acci Under these circumstances I am asked to ap. nationality of was erased from the roll of published in the papers of the day. wards shot Noyes dead. and concealed him the happy ApoMlcs! Sl.Peler| and St. Paul,

' dent-had it have occurred in the day time, I prom a bill which proposes lo add to the ex.' mniquityandshe the most and unjustifi. Mr. Davis and General Bayly) are both in the House self in the woods Search was made, but he of our Holy Mother Church,join in matrimony -
is the icndilures of the government at least twenty nations. This is disgraceful Senora Donna Isbella II, of BOO''
i some one must have been injured by has not been discovered until the present your .Majesty
five cent, and which provides no corrcs.xnding able act which ban marked the present century, and o-day. I bon Catholic of and Roj
directions your
pieces of cannon which flew in all per Queen Spain,
in defence is and contrmpli-" Co) EJward I D- Baker, a Whig member Con- IlInC'
such ad. the urged puerile
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Don Francis tie "ssiliIaria oe She's now a sanctified spirit in Heaven abc = Extract from thr - -- -
Apples, Potatoes Ac.B act of Leave
Cangrtm 3J Tbomasville
1 HiffbneM vf .March. at 6
I every Thursday a m. arrive 10. Tile distances are given according (lo II.e> be|
n$,rbon ; and* tin* sacrament of niatnmon> .nd as she now shines in the sky. R &. 1)V. por are now receiving, per l'I5arrtiou 18. at Monticello same day bv 5pm. information ; but no incrrasiil pav will be allowc-d,

confirm m the name of the Father, and of the And looks down from her home on high S Schooler Io .'Imb e- further,. enacted That it shall be the 3.n' From Quincy to'ChatUhoochie, 21 miles should the; prove to I be prcdtir than is advertised

Son..nd of the holy Ghost rnt'n.' She tells them A Phi1e- and Butter dut> of the Postmaster General in all future lettmn and back twice a week 'thf' place are cnriectlv narrtd

then sprinkled! holy water on the heads no longer to weep and sigh P"talO ot contracts for the transportation of the mail, to !let Leave Quincy every Tuesday and Thnrsdav at 4 p 11. The }'Otttnlatrc'rn'ral- is prt.hibited by law

He and the For in Hea\en every tear is dry Onions, I&I Sugar, the same, in e erv t'a'&e. to the lowest bidder tender m. arrive at Chattahoochie same davs bj t y p m from inoMinglj making a contract for Ibe tranpvr
and Prince. erfnrn.ed
ofibe Queen | inir sufficient gnirantees for faithful performance aveChaltahoochieeverv Wed t'tllol' and Friday tation cf the
To the husband and children and friends of her love Cranberries do. nail with anv |x'rsou who shall l.aro
am* erremonjr-its word onltanmjac- Tall.ha.aeeJanuary 2, 1S17 24 without other reference to the mode of such transportation at 1 a m, arrive at Quincy same days by (> a m entered int.i any combination nr propemd lo enter

cordifC the difTerent ranks of Iho pirtie*- She says strive in good works lobe faithful..and. proc I I than may be necessary to provide for thduecelentv 'nll"lCal| 'for tn"weeklv service will be considered info any combination, lo prevent (the nuking of any

the Infante and the Duke de Montpen. Yourseley worthy to meet me in Heaven a'loveIhrd. I II I-IORf FOR S.IEIpl\to certiintvandsecunt> of such transportation T 2T. From Chattahoochie, b> Ochesee. Blounts- Sid for a mail contract bv sow other person or |lit rsoii.
for I 2, J. K. t'ORTUI ; nor shall any new contractor hereafter I be required town lola and Fir Gadsden to \palaclncola, *'> or shall have mad inv agreement sir shall hate .
,:rr." at hw rp.idncC near 1.3kf'lamonia on Friday bl. to purchne "'uf, or take at a valuation the miles and back twice week, from 1st October to 1st or Ierfnrmedorpromi-s-ti In give or perform,given any

morin the lit inst of Typhus fever, JOSFPH Inv Cha1Cfr)'. stock or vehicles of any previous contract lor I Ih' of June in each v ear, and once a week the rNidlle.From'l"t "oneidt'ratll'n to do, ('t not to do,anv thing whatever
Get Rich.-The late Judge Martin route" (lober t l 1..1 June. 1'lj
how So \v LEA aged 11 sears. /_ LEO.\ cmcriT COURT. same to induce any other person n"llft bid Inr a mail con.
left his paternal roof at Marseilles, while a lad 50- Bid,Kr* nil! rueful to read the form "In" LenveChattdhoochieevervtnliesdav land F'rirfav! tract Particular attention called to the 2Mb see.
The New Orleans pleasr HOMA* J instructions appended to this ai'vertisrnient, at !12 rn.arriip at ,AnnlarKitfula nest A-\\ hv ik i. m
copy. The r tim f.f the of .
mih f ur hundred francs in money as his sole l'lrl ,. : n in act >>< t rohlbllim. rmnKtnati.ina_. r.
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I are rl'fJu.tf'd0 state, in their proposals the mod' leave ApaIact.knlacvers I T.esdqanciTiu'ursejav l' ; prevent hidlin
patrimonJ. He rammed about the West In. Christopher: \illiams. C,. urge l b>' whiih theinttnd toconethe mail Wht'rl' at G a m, arrive at Chattahoochie next dais bv 11 a 12 A hid receivid aOrr line, lo nil : the ltJth
]\oticr. E. DennisVillumUilliinis,
and finally reached North Carolina. the size and weizht of the nails, nr the st -ed called m. March next at 9 a In. r>r without ll,e .
There its his was (lhau"I'd. and to avoid ::1-. TurRI being ofCrf bcortai i uVnbcrs!a James J. irkers Sarah .\ irk- f for in the sched lies, shall require it, the; contract From Nt June to 1st Octolxr < Sv law., er tar cnmbmrs several routes guaranty in ono rrjuirrd
money ihcr I'ifrhrr a<> a rnuiIm I t.'r the te4 (t'' halt's! ers andilliam MancrBl will hc tile for Leave Chittahnochie .
;" m coach Wednesday '
railroad every
ttl'arnlJOat. at 12
he : or con in, sum of co-npcnsalion.. cannot b< cors oVretl in ct.in.
starvation got a place. a! apprentice to a blmrt staple Cotton, alstI" I ,.irllE of a Decree renderel in the above re- \evance, as the case may I Iw andconso<|ueniU such arrive at \palachicola neat F'ridav bv 11 a m. petition with a regular proposal in,t adjudged to be lj
After three > ear< service he was re- I, liiles s'.a I.Bfid Cotton inLcnnC\mt\, the tventfirt daof Noiinber. will .
printer. : crown cited rau.e >n routes be let to bids ptoposmz: !tich mode of 'on'c".anct. Leavepalachicolatverv \1 Jnd.t at 1) a in, arrive ear:"a.irut.
tiftd a journeyman and) became entitled lo the prmilm.to l eawardedbaCotnmittrea]>point- \ A. D. 1-4. ;, at the la-t term ot the Circ-nt In all .t her cases (the routes will be assigned at hattahoocha next Utdnesihv Itt t llam I 1:1.: .\ bid.frr rosy ofVr where the lransp >rt t tn
(111 l the Preidnt i if the L Cmint\ .\crii-nltn- Court for Leon 'lf" in favor of sud complainant to bids I'wping: the cheapest mode of Proposes an litional Jron
J>o did he manage his alFiir, 'OI () j transportation weekly trip 1st called l for in advertisenenl cot i-rlilTiciiIt or imprac(.
\ttS. wel rat S.K-ift\, the f billving; comtnittte have been al'] > suit aainsl said d'ft'lul.at', I will otter at public Ort< Inr to 1st June will considend. ticiMe! at certain to .ul
in three he had laid sets"ns. stJute an iniTM.r
that years up money e- for that ,purpose : sale before the Ci'urt.11o114e door in the citof TallahasMe V>2I I. I From St. JI"'t'ph'lo Apalachicola 2" miles mode ,f .
Jomtpl i convevanct sir lo interin service a spti.fitd .
lob to buv out his omt;)li jor. Some \ 'a : \ no\p, JAI KiRK"rt', on Moirfatliar. firt Jaif of Fe&ruartjsteIt PROPOLS I'OR CARRYING THF \ILSOF' aol I bvk. twice a wetk Irom I 1st October to 1st June, niiii.bcr iftlavs, weeks or months lIe

afterward* he c:tm<* to Louisana. Here v In It- \\ I J'. II.n't.. G. PtRni, within {:al h"lr". all ullot number one h indrelanl L the I nitttl States' from the 1st of Juh. 1-17.' anti once week the resoulsof the, vtar. prop s(' to omit sri otfice that is inaccessible, tlr DIll H
f RRI'- .' \ -nun-. (17 I ), in the ricunl plan of the Tnth Jine, h-I.| inchisite. will b. From let October to June
he was a Jut of the supreme Court, fie was n"8J1T I. \ .I rectivitla 1st not on (the stage ruts,!, the uilw. or at a stcamtwikt
The Co'ton ttc! in U hinston the cit of Tallahassee, to be also ufa brick ard. After I "f..nho lot inspection a. \ contrirt oir of t the Post Ollir" Ii'partnitnt, ill ') eph's t'v.'ryIlIndJ, and Saturday at landing, as the case rnv rw ; cr he may ..tr\'ro sub ljLSi.
partner Rernrarbis i Square, Tdllaha."t-e, opposite the .ti.rc of of throe thou-aml. one hundred and twentv-siv aol- tin ..il.f Uashinjton until !9 I. a. n. 'ui f the tilth! I 7 a m. ;rme at \\palachict sjrne djs bv 1 pm titute an interior m partner in the brickyard died. In !settling Marr. LI..vd X Hur: :tunelk-tween. thmdifi, and lars, mentioned in said decree .iiut I the ciIs to botaxid \I.w'h, I IM7 I (I..bf 'Cicl.(1! b\ l1.eI-t du oj _\pr.lon ) I I.t.a'.I'\JI.1lad.lI"uiai'ry Sundav and Fridiv at 7 :. mil j l'rop.C' dir"rrit! sins and bnur of Jepirlureiml

their partnership}, accounts & became necc!sa. : tlwNt I f-.brum: m\t, on which da.> the prtniiunnwill Terms made. anown at silt the r i ites and ill the manner and time heron !pecilcd ''a in, arose it sj. JosophV same davs bv ', p n" arnvil j"roviileil no mere running time is a.LuJ.
i IK auard'tl B. V.HITNFR., vi/ : From 1st June, to let ,
to examine their look. It was found thateven October.1ear. anti, ills rbvioiis that no mail eimnexion: or other
r .item of their household n. F. W1HTNF.R, Prc idtntQ3W3D January: 2, 1R721 Coinmi't-ioner in Epiit.* HORIDV .' St Jmeph every Saturday at ti a m, arrive puMic accommodation is prejmbcnl He may ask

joint expense wa. F. II. FL.'G Secretary. ",<)I. From SI. .Vii.istmc' bv Jacksonville and at AI'"lachiCla""meda$ bv 7 p m. for more running lime lo tie, trip, during
a sjfcilitl
marked down from (lay to daand that for the V INFONR-."i barrels l Cid. \"ofu. for sale ay KirkUnd, to M. Man's, Ga., !((> miles and back once Leave :\palirhicolaeverv, F'rblay at 12 arrive .
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whole theh td shared the Sf.\RR. I& a week. at si. Js'pb's same dav* bv (lit m LSi.l.i LSi.
1t\'n jears : same p uds ; but hi voncl these changes a rrt..1| f..r *"-r-
table together they had on anaverage {"tfEF1J. :, 1..;. :ICIII'IGFl Leave t\111..1 int. every' Wednesday at2amar- :{:, >.> Frum 1:rinbrid.e, Ga, bv. Clnttahoorl, vice elifiient( from Iheailverfimeni will j prevent INIning

only twent.rue(cent ad clpn.JI.d. inclu. TFIFCIPNOLOGI' .\ fi'r ..I.. bv rice at St. Mm next day' bv' 12 m Rinz.'oM, Mananna Sciirlock Sprmas, \\rbbville. cnns.dertd; ) in ccmx-tilion| with a regular bid .
.IIahi-.ee, that they will Ia.1I.t. Leave St Ma-v's T hur djv at 1 Cam\'lIlhn.) GI'n"'a.Iniranlt', Milton and .
) i) 3.. F'L,\ .G. every p m, arm flit t sc.t a ide for tra'a"IICf' ; anti ss here a bit cwn-
ding food and clothing for their tenantand give their !(-c >ml CoNC HUT: 7//M EctmJauu- ft"1 at St :\u.lilk' next Itbv I II p mJ thitown to I'ent.icola, ZII! miles and bark,three times lame any of the above alters innl. their disadvantageswill .
January 2
all the other expense* of house keeping.; During arv !, at tin C .>urt House .). I'ruunu St. .\u 'u-itine. by New Smyrna. St. I.ui- 4 WI..k.I.p""e. he estimatl'dm (.mnnarmfr. it uilK ether .firnnn.. : -
all this time the Ju ijr was n'rli'iu. a .Tanuarv (. f-l'. :: It Beaunaus, Rout Tables, cue, and Miami river to Kev \\est, MK) miles and Bambridge every Sunday, Wednesday, and sils; -- 4It

galart' of 8 (00l( ( 'per tear. l I'l'*ifts large protits FIHITI"nF-hals. cal.. bST \. luck, twice a m mlhL F.idav at 2 a m. arrive at Pensacrla every Tuesday There should ht'l.ut one route bid for n a pre- I' <

from the brick: janl, awl from his rents and I I DENTAL NOTICE. .\PK:, LLOYD .V FL.\HGJanuan ,'avt' \urustine on. tV 1st and l"th of cads Frnliv and SH:.!hv by 4 p In. posil -i i
1 I7. tl m. nth, arrive at K.v \\ .sf in sfn i!. vsIxave Leave Ptnsacola every. Slinela, Tiie-div ami F'n- 1 5. The route, the service he yearly |.av,|the bid
money placed at interest. Ins .400() francs have DR .S \RviNs. ; inm Si j.it'i. (.a., |'rofers' Key U M on tht "th aral 2:5d IIi each month, iav. at" a in, arrive at Bunbndzi* every: Tuesday, thr- nimeand resitlente.aml thfivdiuet .cb IMm. ';
since increased to $ 1OJJ) () ) and I pr.f. .si,.)IM! MTVicis tu the' ntIL'nif lal- arriH' at M. .Auju ill biirsdav and Similar by lo m .
been : up.ward : Inrrels fur salt hST \ -tifie seven days. p l bet ff (he firm vxhere .rnl'U1y| .f..rf, sb, ilr{ be ,
,! Jndje live-d a \ e.rpoor nun I I 1.11al'! vii'iiulv I I ,U7"HIVKI ; .\RR, LLOYD i. FL.\Gf,. Proposals (uar service nce a month will be ron jJ. ProposiU to romint:e the routeat Chaltahooclne, I .tisirieth tatt'I-tI. the rniNle i,f r.'nvcaoceif a ,
Til All optrati")iis performed bv' him will In warranted crest l lttttl will bi cun"idl'ft.d.J'rlll' I
and died rich During the third] January 2. 117' :MT7LOI !uiitcr; nr"!e tlnn r,n hcr,e-baek i; internbtlI >
a ten: ()UC. I nt I the in >st I borough and t'ltotit.character, unurj I I : From St. \uzu tne to Picobta, l" nules ..as tot ..nceavv- 'tk, also for twice a week I ;. Tht bid shnnlil be- e-nl under! seal!, a.J.lrt'Of'l .

of a century he held ('tfice. he hid to decide I I .asstvi! bv any in the Pr.< !i'm. ttb| "urcall 'K- In' h.nrl.l hit sale hv and i lu.-k. once a uetkLeavt service, ,'illl. cfln"t'rC'11. lo Ihe First A-sitant Po-tuwstir (;t..r..l.! Willi 4

upon immense inter't t Mibnutled to the ( and m.rhalla1 opt'rations satisfactorily dine or iu I1 \RIl, LLOYD & FL.\GGJanuarv Stii4iitine ever' T'a 'Sd.n. at 7 a tn, ar ."..-,!;. I rfl1m Marunna. bv Oikv Hill ami Holmes' .. Mail I'rnp"-.ata'! in (tht Matei s.f -," wiittennri '

and no one ever supposed that for ."mlJfcalion repaired ", ''Ii. 21 I nyc at! Pirolafj lame das bv I 12 m. \-illI.'y. to rellt.'cnlla.tilJ miltv and back rnre a tht! fj<-"' .f the I I> tier ; and sh,.lIld! bt Ie.spafcltetI in j
his tould l be to 'Curt'I''I 't:> R00n14' at t ht Citv HotelJinuarv I mont opinions 1Jc'. 'el ick, a. m :

a hairs breadth. Hi i.. integnU wa .\RU, LLOYD &F'L.\GC.. fur twiit, aNo for three titaes a vvetl Frb H. \nij next day tV ', p nIj 17 The contracts are to be execute.J by sir before 1\\

the slightest suspicion rum am: .n-I nt'fc'in'd. January .2. 1-17 21 ,(.n-ir.., will I I be considered."i't <*,ive elite .\mn PS Pry tuesday at C am, arrive the 1st Julv rxl '

Orleans Itttllctin. quarlfr-x'i I A FFmore' copus "f HeaJbv. Napob-on .and .,11. I'roin Garev's F' rrv, bv Fort liar!,", Xewninsvill' at Mananna next d I iv hiy *> p n Is Postmasters at (Cke l stuaNtl or Mar j, i.
his Marshall. :\Uo, i Ii" (;'iitar. fir !.I.! bv HLCTING t bales :-4. I ii"t.I. fllr.salbv "!.->27. From Minanna. Jackson upon
.; : and Fllisville, to Alligator, S<) rnili-s and mimIc, to St. \n- railroads hut more than thy roth trees a ticket
J.IAf'*, 1-r p. .\. \\W\U1)). iL witk.
I \r s bark once a weik once a will unmeiiitlelv alter the let .\;>ril netl. rriwrt t i
TLlJ.SSEElllE\ () [ PRier( tRRLM.COR -Tor valo.VF I Jan'Jf.:, l 1"1". M Lcavi. (.an-\'s 1 F.-rry every Tuesday at 4 p tn, arrive I Lease Marianm' ever Tinned iv dt C a inarrive at that fart to the tl. ,p-irtiwnt, s-talin. III"ir.ct efas.. -J
: at .Mli.MtoriK\tilivfiv 12mIxav St. :\ndit'v\ Ray next thy C; p m. lance from (the railroa l how
I ji; lbVN Slit UFINc.-lu a ,. for byu tJf'l j*>t. soil itWrwi" a .t,
nit .
RUT EH WLfKLl BV fcTARR, LUiV .. l.V.eG \HM cltU.tP about i\vo and a half mill's west I J) ST.\I Ll.iVD S. }'LAGG. <. Mli ator every Mondav" % al 2 p ta, arrive lit .,'avt' st. Andrew s Ray every Tuesday at.> a n, .*ul'plit'Jvilh the rnvil, t" tn hle trie l' strm.fr I ;

---- -- : ) ( !.n Court. House It consistif tour Januan 1 1"1 17. : \ o Caress I-'trrv. next djv ItIII a mPripiwilt arrin. at Mariai.ni next &iv bv i; p m entnl to d reel the t,roj,.er 'pf''* to he made fr>rt 'i .
a t eightbsul tir't <]uahtv "f pine land.a'iout i.., arre 2. : for tWIC':, also for three times a '\'.- :{I.-t'.>. F FrOm (;.enevala., to Clay Bank, 2Q miles the railrf,ads' bv' nail pe-s.encers, frrn awl alter the Stat *

CANLLLt.-M.uld 8tEI--U'tWh., . :I.i. 1cSperm. tltlKo.| w'l watered with excellent !prInz4, and i I'ITIH Hals.LVTKFCFIU serv ii.e. vv ill IH consult.rttl. and l b;ick, once a week Jn'! i-i. xt. ; '-

c a "(mlortablc.d\'clinx hou-.e. The i'u1biii1'lzi' art :I) Nw Orl.ins 3:> i. From J.arK.Onlll..lol1iator, 711 miles Leiv (><'nva tvtrv Tu..by at &a m, arrive I!!. Under (1t1E' art of 11 Match !> Z hS, the rfteis .. ",
COI FEE-St. ;7 u'a ti( all nt\\ Hj bar m-II' "Ttac'iuuamd i comrnodiojs T J an I ba k, once a w.k. Clay 1 flank same tbv bv 5 p m to be let to the lowest buW.r! lendermc ,,. ifnt *
J !
Juaao n, a "icRo. Th.rt is ttn It.tract a smn-nor i.re bard t d\z. G'lb.. l.sllol.lhic'I.\H: 1.\T L"avi' k"on'ille"Cry Tuesday at fi p m, attire i LtiveClav Bink every Monday at 'ta in, arrive gairiiifirs for f..i1.fu11'4'lfl! | rnance. nithnit .ilh
; t.! a 14CLiuira of Pt4<'ties, Fijs &c ; a veilinz ,'il1 vard which I.A lh.u' U at Mlizatornextdiv bv I 12 m. at (;"111'\', same ,liv by '> p m. tile tousle of trais'nirtation lh.n imv l>e | vnerissan

I 10 a He the last year l'fftu"cl front T'> !. 4" bu-td" 11 fine ltlltChII-l-r: f.1 L.av .Mliialoreu'rMoti-lav' at 2 p o, arrive at T 2!.. I"rorn nsacoh, by Honev Cit, Ma., anti to prr.ti.le f.r lie, due celerity, certainty ;
CT Its (.(xracttr for heal?), is ui.tiotionat'le.Apil. :mmRGIT fllak.ly, to Mobile! 7j miles and back
Java 14 a J at. | Jack!oiville next day! bv s a ta i tunes a arid "'1lrilY ol such transportation '
to amdlinj Fair, S4 a Jc K ; .' t(Ibe Ldittir ol flit F iondiai,. or iso the prf-m. 9. 1.1. 2j. \ I'rnpoi.1h twice, also for three tines a weelservici vvetklAdve. When ticlotteat lid pri'psets a ml.deo.f t'f'ln\"f'\. ;

CTorJiBU. I't "Ifi!; ento v. (MILLFR U. I on.t I: on this ro'itt.vvill be con.uleretlnt I'en..ar"ta every Snndiv,.Tuesdav, and Fri- nee that i> madt',' .'" -r lie r.-ute in respett I* the ,1

Re'rokJa uck 12i a I : Januarv 9. \1"2- ', TTAS JIT.!Vtn 5..

Sea 1.: a 11 from New \.ork, ( Long Swamp, Onahuiiika I I"url tide, and Fort foster Leave Mobil every \I..nrla, Thursday, and satut- m anv a'-crnumnJjticn for travel, it will rut be en- ,
211 Fat'tile.. '
DALE t-Kent \., 5 a 7 j'l i hMo. s'iserlor Iri4i Potatoes, to Tampa. 1:."> mile and back, once a w rek. dav. al l I'm, an ive at Ptn-tacola next tins bv "an titb-el rII; ,. note *(

Gras, r 1 V. a UJ i nnn it-.ili:1.. OIN and ION. of FIDDFR. :1 koirs of tint donhen Butter, Leave I I'ilatka ever Tuesday at l"a in, arrive at I'-r.(H>sals' for ilailv( service will be consideredi _o. Uiten, he bid does not name a Ine c.f ccwvey. iane

BAGGING TWINE, 2 a ::10rLOtJW..teu will b< .11< iow it .JIM"In p mLeive : 'F rom Kev We"t.I.IIIJiokll Ki'v. to (harleston. -, it\vi iI:I te taken a:iJ .iivltrstfid to b. for the ''
tf bbi. $7: a "i < lv JIf11: I I i.: L sKOHF| ( iin.: C'T 2" brands New York : Tampa every TuesJav at 1') a rn, arrive al S. ( 7'1) mi'IM arid bark; nee a month lowest towil' cf convevaiKre, In wit :. on bTsetwk. :jj.
| burfH'xtn
a .i Janua'v. j. ; "r. :, I ItITTON: & HIGGS !. 11 Pilatka next Frul.iv bv r> p mIVoosals L'\ Key tV.-.t from the 1 1'lh; to the 'lIlh of each. When It fre.e-es'; 10 cam accorthri to (I.e aIIIn'r. .|.

rtw4rl Hall ta 4i 'ra.ks choice (arolma Rice, for twice stuck service \ViIl btt'Oa.id- month arrive .?J Charleston with all j Practicable tie*- ...tnt'HI. aw5! no rwnle ef ctnvtva. :c is staled fcr -

Corn meal, D., 40 a I \\'al'c'd. b) .J. It. 'tine, bbU. :Mess Pork, (rpd.rtj. patch. the route in the advertisementit it will be cociwk-ml ;,)

GRAIN-Corn, p. bsbd. 3:: a 40: OO M MIF LS C orn in the "llucl'J | .1 ra-.k choici. Su ar-cured Hans, F rin Pilatka bv Enterprise, to Mellonvillt, ..ave Ch-Hestrvn on the tat slay rf each month as Hering onlv for h"rs&b.*ck nvevance. t J

Oat, :- i a tlFJ ::K.tlo tl, 2 caks pirkUd TonsuesALSO 12:, mitts and bark, onc week, arrivt Kev West with all practicable elespafch 21. Smce tlepisa'efi I | theacl el Much S.l-f j<

H-Mackerel, No.: 1, j er barrel 51': a Ii ;;-,4i I d.' do shelled! -Pir .,chr TaIlahaM-e, from New Orleans, Leave Pilatkt verv Tu"av! at Mail. arrive aMt'lonville I'rop's.ls to ei!ibrai.e Cape Florida and St .\ -:' '. a nexv tle>cri|'t ion t.f hill has U'en received It J
Iles.> ( hickcns.. next iliv bv r> in tine ".illl In consi 1.'S halltibl t a 10 10 bbls !HM s'. L 'uis Clt: Mills p ante engages *
1."qT.. 4 a Otter Skins. Hide arid Tallow Bacon Shoulders. fir-t rate article,l'lor Leave Mellonville! evtrv Thursday at 10am, are : .ti Frori Keve,f to St :Xu;u"fme, 600 miles mail with ctrtaintv.celeritv securitv.u-insth *

1, 14 ci skill bbl. 21- a Jannarv 9, 1'47. 25AT 1 cask Baron Hams. in hazs, rive at Pilatka next day bv p m iml hark tvs it-c a m nth. ferns if the law These Iidsare calle l, tr -m lb "",

U cc 2, lo a A and. btautitul stUe of Prints. :{:>'>i. I Fr'Hn \I..tlmn'ilc' to New Sin)ma, 30' miles LTve Rev \\tsf on the Mb, and 25 lof each month manner in w !hid. thev are lie-migrated on tie lacks a f
birra 6 a 1 Cll.MIDLRS. ) Januarv\2, 1M' 21 and hick once a \\..i.k. arrivt' a' st: Augustine seven davsLeive the department, '* star /yi
Herring 2", 61 a Talhhui Jauuy l< 5 Leave Mellonvillt every Thncstiiy at C am, arrive st. :\'I"IlIIe on the I Nt arid 1 l;theiftachmonth after matureconsitltratH abid j.n | o-.ingaspe j $

". I bar 3J 4 1001 A. Joooon, J JDehla "TF Aim RF:( FIXING$ bthi. Tallahassee, at New Sr'uyruia same dav I bv f p m. arrive at Key Ue-t in seven !avsIro ; title n,ode i f cemvevapce ol as hub a gra le as two ,
bal burr I .7 ; ra. Sides. Shoulders a'ul! Ilauis, Leave New "srnvrnaiverv \\'lrleslbv at 6 a mar- |'osals to It'r ruinate this route at Cedar! Kevs m- horse coach tran-j-i rlalii n ito l.e pref.-rretl lo tin *t

HwL-flry.Green per Ib i 2 a a 4c iamphiw, f Petition (o l"oc.for S.a curwl) Hams. \cry choice, : m e at Mclloiville same dav (bv rt I p m stead I of St. .Xu ',.lihe will be considi red. tar bid The .experience rl tbe department t-nabiev < j

1 rlv 1 iila; J"hnm, i iJ :1.rlcn'l.I Hue\, heat: I.ard.l Vtn: \'nm Ntwnatisvule to INtvv R.ver 22 mitts f :h Pri'j.osals l"'r sllrpl 'ill.* the lo1!low i in: dices in it to la- clown tl >' Mb! 'vvutg rtuV, viz : I

Lsar''erLb.Dt,S IDa a UcLtAi I I ]J\ this :. it i* orelerfd that this hill IH filed and 1"
-Bar, Ib, S that thi tattle IM stt fur fifidl" ;on the hrtdav Cranb.: .., 1..1tlrlTT-, Xf N.wniii'.xilleevrrv' Wedne-idav at 1 p ru, at- con.1,tn.n of be IPZ Imiitt III the nell prwittN of tineiliice : 'iuire inn.h,-rse ctwrh conveyance, a tar bid, if rtIhe

LEATHER.-Harrietper per rM c a I of the next .\pril; (",tirt for IA'r< .unlv, "r .. : t LIN'DF.NBFRGnR meat New River same das hv s $p n, I are mvite
sfr, .1, 2 a I vxivtb Teatt, during the term, !IM) sit:it. can t. Januan 2. .' 'l I leave N C'\V River every Uidrustliv at "t a m, ar- (China Hill, I'ini Quincv, 12 miles anti! back, once I 22Whet, the mails -re ol such size drd we-tgltt as

; heard : I'ntet'lfJ. That thi- order b ru h-l.t"l) uune & meat Newnansvillc atn.- d.Io, 12 rn a ssesk.JZefoirn. to nrttbr it i "ce" ) f, fri "t a 4 ol the Tallahaee pajxrs lor .. space ol throe ll'-T I l 1:4:1\:1: I: : h t.i.. Talahos..e. ::id'J.f From Ni..vrian.villc;bv"Santa Fe, ant I Fun frum (Quincv, 10 miles and back, once a them alone, to proviJt two.hor-e crotch ctnvevawe, ,
Preyed : a I I
S months before said final bearing. ..1:," l'rf.,1 ub.t'r., F'annii,?, to ( t<4ir Keys, lit- miles and back once week, the specific bid, though the Ki.hesf. w ill b- prefr- 9
Sheep 1m, : a I BALTZCLL. Jud e. (.ju\a Ji' % IJ"'I.!M'rr\ Jam Malaga Grape.(11. w..k. Trnv from Columbus, 3miles and back, once a red to (the star bid, to tbe extent of a rtdTafe dif-
LUMBER t. per tbo.o A true copy : t't : Leave Newnmsville every Wednesday at 7 a marmt I terence in thec njr! <.atii n. in ca.e the difltrenceis
MoLtcEs, f).r raUon. 25 a :J: D MrRXFAV. Clerk \V.llI and Ts.tiuto ( at sups.; SaIlrs'-4. at Cedar Ktvs next das b> 7 p m odd-lock Mills, from St. Marv's, 20 miles and nOt such is interfere with the silcy ef life new .
lb. C i ItIRrIllTr: !
per a Bv JOHN I.:. KEEN, I). C. Leave Cedar Kevsevtrv ridav at 0 a tn, arrive atNewnarieville b.l..k. core a week law. which Irxks to a mbiclion in (lie ceM e>f Iran,- arartaiisn
OIL* AND PAIM. [xrm, |>cr ; a li Jinuan. 2. 1-17 'I I[' of a bid where chance I .
al E Januarv :', ,1-4" :. :fniaelselrii next div bv fi n in orri MO from advertise Ftruiiru.5 lssscvi-r iOav he 1Iwecl
LB.t a liVlnte (;hoic'c' Liqiiois anilnics.. Td( 1 11 I t. I'roin N't w nanille, bv' Fort Claik, V. acahootit mint is cortenputeJ hy the t.il1e-m. I v-the-re-tie star bid ;made bv the prm-Jt rvvncr of

\ Ld, .per keg, rnjw, :3 i a (; Sliiill SaleBY -. ( M.'lcraVui..', ', and Micanripv, to r ort' King, Ol tunIcs and ..1 (or we a* the case may be,) [hC"re'frile the the Mir-k on (ibt. reliltansi it is manife that the-

1 :c1.i. : a I tvyit lariat Iron .TLUCm'I.I Port 'sViri.old( ,) back, once a vvtikavc name or names in full] 11 [here state the residence reasons for pref-.rrm.; the specific bid do not exi't in -
of two It."I
virtue .ff lien
Ham Ib. 1 I" n1\
Po\slox-Baru 1t \ 1..If Newnau-ville or residences] htrebv propose to ram the mail onI I Ins .
Sides tiat Cb'rk'.office of the t ircmt ('.urt lor the kvr ". .v ( lIp'r. ) :1..la"IIIl', I every lVedneeslay at S> am cxe2J 4
/ tll( (. )1j1le l : ('re'Iit Fi'rida. and M"IIOII!,Ild1 \A'hC -''ktv C ha npiutit$ ', arrive at I"orl Kiill nct dav bv 'v p nL No. from to as .(ten as the ddverin On mutes of tl:e Fighe.t dais, where fwir-
untv f' .I
Sb.r. 'jc I I( din-cti;l.d.o John G. ( and .7. L. ,,.rn:ir I'r: .tn.1 1H h _Ass.rtiil 1 Llllu.r] ,, '.ave I'ort Kill ever I ridav at a m, arrive at ->ni requires m the time stalest in tie, schedules, horse coach or steairboat transpiurtatlin is required .
bbl. '. use "hereI
Mess r / .
|lof 6 a Smailw: (xiddre and .\. H. (ampbell is.d.-5 I "ll nd! (.in. :Maras!Inn", \\nin-vilU. r-x' day t tos p rn and bv hue follo\\in: mode of com evince, to wit : bv the size ansi un( rrtance of the mails, the prefertnce t ,
AT. tlr 2 a 2jSrcAR ;1.I.alf. ,. Irm W..hIIC. Lmathla Izard [lIerestate how it is tobt convovtd,] for the annual for the bid will be if carried
"t. lendatit. I hav and will ofer fur sal Srltcla"III.k 'v ( lute.ni/Marzeati'*; Claret ::'1' Camp specihc nece--arv, .
5opertt,. 1.\t,1
( a 'c tptn. of JilcmTT: 4. LINDLNLFKC.LK HoiniH.a'sa- ''i.ta, and ('hoc >hatie, to Fort Dale, um of s> lo a greifer extent of diferewe than on tbefftrNT 5..
-\V\ Orl.'an.per Ih, 10" 12c before the Court HoUsedoor, in the town Quincv J"IIIIIf -, 1-4". 21, :>- toilet anti l I luak once a vv eek. : Ijtv't.t'imta!! coach routes subject, however, to the execj.lions 4
I 1-17 .thin .
Motidiv tl-firt-t d.01 ,
011 ; .hman. vv
White lUv nna, 12* a I: 11 !'Iarant p fo each bid
; L<':ive \\\"af'otlu'uli every Thiirsihv at h a m, arrive acrcmpanv : above stated C
Double Ueutied Loaf, 16 a 17cLUHM eral bourn, the tollowiti de criiM d propertv I" wit : I 1ST <>T IirrriKS in the I The uwlerM.ned! here insert I
rimming at Fort I n.ld!, next atunlav bv' > ;p mLeavr I [ the name of the 2t A r'fsjification of a bid, irs anv of ifses enfial
". a On- negro bo nanl.Udshmgto. a .ut !l'> v ars I4 I'IO'iI-Olicc at lullahasvt, florida. till the 1st !'ort Ia.le 1 evtrv M.nulay at 0 a rn, arrive at Ciiaran'or a'ill! guarantors] cuiranties thai [here ms terms is tantamount to a new hi,!. did ranrwt lie rfct .

TLaTorditiz t. qu.lltv! 7:1 a I t old : OIK negrobov nanifl lint about lnvearsdda ." ; J.tnuur117' 'sVseats.s.teu.et' \\ecmsdiv! bv' ". p m. I rt mine fir t h..I'r! or names of bidder, as the ca"enav ive TOBACCO I Ujlit ., tl, a 'i' Is-1, one mal nauietl Ellen, about > v'<'at. Allen (ouncil B. 11.-ho l Joseph & Henry inJotw I bt. it his their ,
ar"clfdU ) negro 3'-01'1.: l t From :Miua'oi bv suwannee Slioals, to ,] (or ) bid for earning; the inai! after the list hour set lor rrctivipj bn'sC j t
I.af. 4 a V. .Id. Arnold. G. Miss Martha Bloimt's 'errv, ft miles and I back, once a wttkL frhm to he' accented; bv the Pi,tma.tt-r JOHNSON. I
\\ IVDOfV <>LAshv Iii." -2 a 4 Levies Upon a the. "profiertv of said d'fendnt and :\,Cty. OWCII1. Jones Mr. \ratlla <';ive Mli ator every Thtlr.I.t\ at S a in, arrive at I KMieral. .11i.1 I t'l.h.r ioto' an oblijation prior t<, (lie Postmaster General. .
l"tv U. | a to be wId to cati'lv be sid writs of lien tanasB \u-tin, Rirhanl Junes, Irmorwl T. 2 irst tliv of Julv with .
xl .
nt and
: : Biount I- "rrv s-arni day I bv' r. p m JTKH sufficient sureties Pr'r Orrirr DrpRTMrtT. Nov 25. 1, IPerrmber >.
1'frt bl'i fl C. \\ f3T. SierifTJanuary } Bin.ham. R' ertll.innerman JeficoaT. J. B. f'rfIJrm'IhC' I
Si a ) > to j>
I Leave Biount Ftrrv every Frida} at 5 a in, urn redt proposed 2'>. I-l'| ;. 21 14wCOOPLR's 1
XVHI KET, :: a 3: 2, 1'17. 21 Bv I I'' JOM. I n. S. J. W. Johnson William N Alli atir! saint dav L bv r; p mJ .
Hran l Johnson TOOLS Ml knds for sale bv
Josef < An.rrtt :J-,1 I I From Mli itnr bv. White Springs, Ja"per.Ptnton -
OIIITUARY. : By the last Arrivals from New York, brown: Ezekiel Juhn.c'llt"i : Woodland, Clurrv Like, ('Iif.n. and \u- I. S'v. n minutes are allowed for opening} and clo- STRR, \ VLIL AGG.Janinry .

lo\tr! \\ mI'roome Kindon, \\ iliumLe cilia, to Monticrllo luG miles and! back nee a writ. "ins the mills all ofbcts where no particular time 2. 1M7 21
ME CUSBV -Plra>* the following obituary havt' received a verv' r 'vle! of : ( J. S. Wm.
ilM.r '111 superior .en u>, Lta.clIiC.tlur every \\tdnesdiv at I p m, arrive I" 'li.hilt! \ on railroad ann teamooat routes
tn %ojr paper. and the \rrt 6 conix "
SiC! of the death of the late Mrs DHOOMF They Superior Style uol.dlc Cloth, Pitale, Janvs \\'. Lamb, f Isaac N. .'ive Monlicello ev ,'rv Saturdij at 5 an, arrive 1 liver i and receivi' theba s. AND ftr sale bv -*TTARr:. LLOYD i \GGthe p

*ere wntten friend who witnesh of IJittl' Green French Brooks, Mrs hiizaliurch. l.a..lif'Ii..s Catharine at Allicalor n"xIIorul.l\ bv 12 .. 2. The mail ,is tol I.econveved in preference to ni. articli s. vu : -,
bv a was an
t.e Olive HrovXn 4tCofilc Joseph Lamir; (;iN'. Mirabeaii! :Jil "). 1-rom Taliahav: to St. Marks 2. ults Sl'nf'rs. and lo their entire exclusion, if its weight Soda Biscuit, flutter and Water Crackers,
ill he has de.riband"ho offers them as a tribute I'roward, -' lI.ahh"lI., United States and hark three times a w<.tk. anti) bulk require) It. Ground anti Rac Gmzer. aleratus. Oils, -

of reJect to the memor of a departed frand Brown UAL' JronilJlI.llnn.: 1 I Isaac 2 )Merrill IVnjamiti Leave Tall ha'4-eo'' every Monliv, Thurvliv. m"l :: P<.sf o'lice! blanks, mill bae, and the special I Vines, Prandvs aid \\hiAev Crushed, .. .

) Bryant! Most }Marvin lion William Saturday, at 7 a in, arrive at St Marks same day bv. : nts of the department, on the exhibition cf their Loaf and Crown" Sugars, Pouctieng .

Departed this life at 4 o'cok. P 1 on Saturday Casiiiiprrs of (tiC =Stylc. H.\\dcn. J. M J.Icollt"k William H. 10 a mIiaveSf: i. 'r,. the lalf-r B..I..r. Jonathan M.tc"\ C. C. M. Monday and nn Ir"illin.. adnuttm? of such convevanceI Shot, Lead, Iron, Nails, A.C, &..cJanuarv .
Tks Thurotby.
instiiit.. Mrs MARTHA II BROOME. rtlict of every
: READY ICI.OTII: (;. Iurht.: John C. Mathot, Josh-Ji M. I aturdav at 2 p in, arrive at Tdllahasst-e sinie davsbv .1 I Mail! arent4 are to b! conveve
the late Arthur M con. ant\ (daughter of the late! Jo XJ- Cal and purchase' th"st. who want giKid lazaill. Bird, (aft lmi Mun
I ph la\inl. of North Caroffna, and wife of Judge IM 'LL k PR. I Cowarf.Mrs. Harrutti Miller: John | l,;. From Tallahassee, bv Newport and St (be size of the mills and the number of the oJhcers 1EV flOOI-&S. .

arne" E Uroonie. of thin j.lare, in the 31th vcr of January. 2, )117. 21 :' i owart, John Ujthf Maxwell, R.bcit Marls, to Shill! point :32! milts and back three times vs ill require thur tinplovment. by the department ;- >T received j er (brig Ann Fli/a, -
'uI' \ __ (' riril :.lrs. N.-h..1..5,5 'I.l'-ri alld in that case a separateahiartment for the assorting I>t.Iv and Mant's (nuimentarv on the Bih'le,
,11111111 week tin
wiek to Newport, (( a I nsulueIxave
orr ae In the death of t hit. Accnmplihhf arui.Mt llu-todon Cotton Sred.FORTLNL [.dhoon.John; Martin 'ewt >n: Ir: J. I): Tallahassee i-v ,'rv Tue'tut.iy| Thurdav, anti and sale-kiej$'ins of the mill is to be provided bvhe Statesmen ol the ( tmmonwedlth( ol Fngland, by

and exeeilent larfy 6ocict\- has lost one of it most ; : is the sole agent in this plact' ([ o|><'land, Ir U Olivtr Miss Nancy S..tnrlld' at 7 a in, arrive at Newport; sane days bv. contractor under the direction of the depart- J. O. Choules, \haling C rui/e and History of the I

dl'rlbr members ; and nothing ran full l the d epfflirtion I I n>r tit salt of th.. pun 1"olldol Cotton Ved.direct (I "hi rn, James 0 Neil, Daniel 2pmLnve. mu-ut. U hale Firshrtv. Iv J- Rii sBriwnc, -

of the berea\ed and briA.cn-;ticurted hui I I from Richard \bbev I.fl.j of tl""iNllpi. Hi' ("'imminz. Cooper T. O/born. IH-UJ C. Newport every Mwidiv, \\tdncsdiv, and rt In all cass I there is t to he a forfeiture of the paof (omplete \\ i'rks of Sinuel Johnson, in 2 vols
Cook. John 1 I'n'tII.'tlla.rn U 2 7 at lallahissee b I hi trip, whi n the tnt! w IK t run ; a forfeiture III'at Ili'.tsry cf ire \nericai Revolution, bj Rev. J.L .
at in, an ive same slays
tiiKl vill have !1I.Itonest vts *-I troin New Orleans JiJitushels g Fiidav, a }
and i.er orphan children The deep horro f'IT. : C..t, James Parsons, Dr. Stephen b.a-t out-fourth p-utof it when the running: or ar- Blake, Prantli ncvclopadia,
and has all of it engaged Thtishing t pm.
tad the Inch estimation in which the ceai.ed wal it hail lear r ) s'their orders at onct', and Carter Si::mel MrDolts I'ars.nLun i is XP LC'J"t'WIIfrl every atuub). at G am. arrive at ival i. sn far 1 Ixliiiiil tune as to [lose the connexionvith Mt( ullorh's Ga/efter, Ali-ons Distort of F'urwpe, I II

held \ thin romiujiiitv. WAR vil.cf the largest h., sure of gi'ttin. gtnuiDe article (' George {'t'[>cmr, .\It IUID slull Point saint day bv in a m a uieii; iuduti]i : m.1I1 ; and a ft'rftituieof a simie pnxirtunol vt,ls., Federalist, Longkiloss's Poems, mlvollison .

funeral ,roceskiun emoniUlrd( \Inch followed Januarv 2, 1-47: &IC. 21 CI.a./O. Josiah Powtll f'harl.." I. Leave Shell I'i'intscry saturdav at I p m, arrive it wbtn a crade of service is rendcrtil in- \ on the Principles ct Fas'e,
tr w
} v I'fre. Carr, Mr Putiiam. Mj t.lhallll t tht contract. '1 htsoft RoI of he
I C.uis'c'
-ltr 1'restoiChorelu Newport same d.iv lIy I' m tn ir 'rfeitiiresmav- > illustritrdlliste( ( Thirty
her r.maiol in sokmn nence to their lat rekling H anted by J. It. Fortune*, & Dickinson s'.ReardmJ. G. 4 Proposals to eszteiid the (wttkly su ice to St. l i' inert'.i.d into penalties of IIIJllc.r amount accord-- > t ars \\ nr. bv Fre
I.lace. 'LNr .: i; wlllrh lieill 7hii.tie, J. B. Riios.ll Abram Marks, w ill be e..iieik-red. jug to (the naturt <.r fnqutiic of (Ihe failure and (lie Recnlltcfu of Mexico bvsddv Thompson I

There u nothing in t:me which can ere male 300 TUK.for pay L'hihUrsm. R >brts Marsrirrt A. :,;.17 From Tallahassee l by Lipona 'oltriolll'ort iporlanct$ of the mail U ilson's Mi-tellanies, Vacaulev' Mi-cellanies. I

For the bus we taui the death amtl.ll l 2UI fl DurksJanuarv { ... ald wCII .I\ cti>ls p :r jiair.Als's i I V.! Cores, J. 11 2 Reese G''ir. e C. hamilton, Tab d. 'or."li' lson C. II., Coliimbu. Mineral i;. 1.ines ss.illl IM imposed nnl'i.Ih. drlmquenc American .\lnii 'c for IM". I.lie of Addiaon,
u in ol friends ,
our De Uaal Charles Ruton. Diniel H.R S1urine and Little HU'-r, to Alli.'ator, 1:2inile! hc' sitislirtoiilv' expluntd in due. t time, fur failing to Dailv Pu'rket Remembrances, for 1> 17. 4-
They are the dee-| and deadliest wound the Almighty 2. 1 I"17 21Edu !)>'lart., John >.nken, P w.VozIC'r,1lr. and luck,
acndai ; < aliotml.T"ITNTF'I .. R,'bocca R.-.rs, Ir Charles Leave Idlldias-<.i' every Sunda) at ft am, arrive at ::1 ; tor ,suir.rini! it to ht wd. injured, lo-t, Animals. Lenipnerr's Classical lictionary, .

). a situation ai a TF.CHFR e.f the ) iwlin!, Josej R/Sorts, Marth HRhodis .\lli igator ntxt dav !bv I p n "r Itsro\td( : lot ((.ntt' 'in; it in i place or manner Lvri InnicerUun bv Kebl e's.F !,r
The tornado and trmrK st the tall oak will rend, I *1 KIIJT'II'I'! LUU.I. TIl 1 advertiser would l tie lent John Jainu'sFulwar.1s Leave Mlizalor iv.rv' \\\eiliieMlav at II' n. arrive 11a.t t'xposes( it lo depredation loss or injury ; for rshis '- 'temont s Is1.1tnin Expedition, Jack I>atchett, P

I And hrfort them the pride of the foreitt must bend- willing log" 1 anv part of f the countrv Miss Matia !1It1lh.1hrshall1"c'lin U Pillalnsste lit \f slay bv Ii J p in n, alter dt'mm I to rnnvrv a mail bv any coach, Luslb; uf Mnsern, bv Duma*. Double Aitness e ftbe

Hut ala what are tl.rhe to the death ot a friend 7'V. Fur furthero for three times, a vvetk ailniid cir, or st..ambo.1t.lich; the contractor rc Church, Tbe I.enlen Fast, I
Journal othcc Me'chtr: C, Swiith, Aan n P service, will I* culI"id'r.'tl. larlv, runs on I the route IKVOIK] the specified numx Early Jesiiif Allusions in North America, bvV". S. ;

.stood round her bed January 2. 1S17 01joiicu. F'I"hm.m. S. WIctcher Smith .ArrhibildSpencer Proposals to run bv White Springs instead of Lit 'r of trips in the contract and lot not arriving at Kip Leveridgt-s Serm >ns,

Till the canctified; spirit ha fled, -' Lionelihrnt Simucl 2 tie River still be considered the' tune net ; an
And mourned and wept for the dead I John SIcnlI'Y. WIlliam 3-.1 16. From Tallahissee, by Miccosukce, to Monticello,3S ris lotni-nnt: commercial intelligence in advance well, Alo 're's Poems, 1 vol illtistiMrd,
: (;>.ier, I Harmon Stanlord ('"rncliusSlulman miles and back twice wok : or (the mail, a penalty will be exacted equal to a quart l? md's Golden Maxims, Joan e'f Arc. /

Bu hr should \'etp and mourn, "TU.lt rented on Tuesday, 12th instant, on the (;.raharn William Jeremiah Leave Tallahassee every Tu" day and Frulav at 0 'r's pav.I Fvenings with theChronclers.,Ilyperion, hu Long I

Her spirit u gone and can never return, *, the tract of Land known is theitF.im tadsdin.! Col. Jame Swnim. U'lutiidl R a rn, arrive at Munticrlloainu stays bv (> |p m I 7. 1 l'l.t'; i-tmasffr Ceneralmay annul the, contrail fellow Marrint Life, Nature's Gems, -
: > PLACE, Ijmg three miles north of Tdllalassee .- Grlfian. Mrs Catharine Shea Miss C. K Leave Monticello. everv 1I0nl1Ialld: Thursdiv: filr re|>' ati.
Sit I happy now in eternitj bure. f," the Tbomasville road here are be- leddie, Alixander Sha, Mrs Maria Ti a m, arrive at Tallahassee same'd.vs by f p mJ51J : ; f I.>r tli-M IK. Wit tht instructions! of the d parl. :VX sketches and skeletons ot Sermons, bv the author

Though from her hufcband and children sheV gone wten three and four hUldr.d. a"rt cleared land. Glass, John T Scott, B M From Ta1lalt.a st' ., bv Mannm:ton.and Dun lent ; Itt reltMins to discharge a carrier when re of Pulpit Cvclopaedia
IIWI. BRDFOHO.) iirkins, R S.nines. Tucker Jackson uireilbv the department ; (lor (the contract COLE) PFLN'S ic.
She'll meet them in the day'. early dawn, cansvillt, Geo, to Thomasville, :34 miles and back, assigning
again H HL\IWOIW. William Tr\er, John' once a week.Leave ilhfut the consent ol the Postmaster General, M 1 doren Palo Alto Gold Pen. I

Which ".tl ulbr in the resurrection" bright morn "dm'f. JIO. Judge. II Ur e>', M. Tyson, Miss Emma Tallahassee every Thursday at (ra m, arrive for vettinj up or running an express as aforesaid Gootlv ear's F'lisfic Bands, for bill.holder*,

'V.. L__ Januarv 2, 1M7 24. 2w lobart. Peter Theus. Simon at Thomasville same day by 7 P m .>. The. Postmaster General may alter the contract. I'rpmiiirn Quill IVn KiSs.. with hnliers Steel Pen*.
v OCT- uiiKiiand and children- and [friend cue 1(1t human Sherbnck Tavlor anti alter (he schedule he increase CallendeM. Fnvelopei.: Slate aid Pencils Paint '
John Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at C a in, arrive allowing a pro rata ,
'She ha given the nobVut, the .w eetest bent gift, .Just Received by .J. U. Fortune, Urns, Ca,>t. Edwin Ta;lor, Mi|. John L. at Tallahassee same day p m 11 compensation within the restrictions imosed Boxes, French Pump Inkstands, assorted sizes. Pocket -

*no' they are mourning and weeping to sadly bereft. Per Schrs. Radius and Boston, lou-k, Gabriel Trotman, Abram M. 3'20 From Tallahassee, by Salubrity and Quincy, bv law, for the additional service required or Inkstands P. A. HAYWARD. .4

ko netbinr /CRUSHED AND POWDFRFD SUGAR Harris, Merr\moth V ickers, James J. to Bainbridge, Ga., 4S miles and backthree times a i fUI the increased speed if the employment of addi. January 2. it7. 21 !
| to soothe and soften their sorrow, lIud..on. Hamilton Vide James M. week lional stock or earners is rendered necessary ; but the

rr which comfort their hearts always may borrow, _/ Soft shelled Cherries Mmnndi, Dried, Malaga Curra nailll. herring, Wm WelU, James C. Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday, Thursday, and contractor may, in such case,relinquish the contract, French Shoes and Slipper

To dry up their tears, and cbeCT them each morrow. Goshen Brandv Butter and Buckwheat its.Flour, lardee Isaac P. WelU J, BIille Sunday. Oam, arrive at Bainbridge same days by on timely notice, if he pH ''! it to the chance TUST RFCF IFD bv the Tallahassee from New -
Dr. John B. 2 Wynn, Benjamin F. The Postmaster General ma) anrfil the contract or tl Orleans,
Adamantine Candles 9pm. I
1'a one time her faith oemed almost shaken, No I Mackerel, Sperm\\hiteScented Harley Mrs. Francis Wood John Jlutchenton. Leave Bainbridge every Sunday, Wednesday, and curtail the service, and pay when he wishes to dis.ense Ladies Kid Skipper, C
No 1 Family Soap,
And ihe feared 1 lest he might mistaken Soap A.C George Williams. William T.Howord. Friday, at 1 a m, arrive at Tallahassee same days by a > with the service in whole or in part, or place Patent Boots,
b Ccleate Slac", Thoma.'alton., Thomas Jlanks a higher or different grade of service on the route, Morocco a
S bl\t on the Savior who aid she should 24 p m
not 2,1
January Rev FC""tu"t'n.( Redden Proposals for semi-weekly 1 service will be consid.ered. I lie allowing one month's extra pay on the amount Cloth D'Orsav Gaiters, ,
b forsaken.Though To Sunr Planlcrs. Hawkins, Hon George S. William Mr. Jones I dispensed with. Calf patent Lace Roots,
long with and fears she struggled i&- Persons calling for any of the above letters :T>21. From Monticello, by Grooverville, (".a., to !I I. The pavments will be made through draft tin >nd. llllflers.. (
doubt .1 DOZEN SACRYNOMETER-S, just ttiVtand will please say. advertuod Thomasville 31 miles and back, once a week post offices or otherwise, after the expiration of each Patent leather Palo Alto Shoes. a

&Iro\l, for sale by 1. A. HA YWAnp.ronmbfr MILES NASH P M Leave Monticello every Wednesday <*, a m, arrive juirfer lay in February, May, August, and Novetntr BIRCHETT L LhNDEfvBERGEIL

feughth. Pit. of th.Sa"ior'. rr.emnr JotP. 21 1S1. 1 Jaauary2, 1'J' 21 at 1 homa* iHr tame dav'bj : p m, January ?, H47. 24I '



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:I: aw- f ---- I Malt-Tax-Collector's- J aH*. "S Co-rarmThii. MAHSHA1MTTAVING

SANDS SAKSAPAIULLA TOl'G] Iiilat'Niarat! have associated thetnsrIvrs I-
1) V virtue of the power vested in me by law, 1 shallexpose THK
S > d{ lililRK.M: : \\DIV--RMANT\TCKRL AT NEWPORT.bscrilRT House! dour !i..i in business, under the firm ot I.ULL &. lain! the
STAIK BIHLDIXQ. 1) for sale. bl..nthe Court in above ,
t ; UOUSE A.\D 01rL I iiS'\sj! : > \Risiri; 'M ANIMIMTJK 'lip willbc prepand.tl.ecns'jini: seaL Lcoti PRETORH'S are new receiving arid oiler for sale a .( f.faS
the city ot Tallahassee county < I (lu.mcilj -'aRa.aa.a.
.'rt '1 : si TJ: OF THF: P.LOUDOR son, with t miperior nnJctnnmiliint* Waiv I lois a' choice and well selected assortment of Good!*, at the ala
c : On ihe :Id Moii'lay J'a-briirz1 next, .) I ;irn now )haniig it; I I
and Cotton Sheil Rosm fr ihf ahairbaa4inres in all
HA1UT OF THE Mnuroe the
SYSTF.M I corner ol ( union and streets, opposite
( VXt dor South tif t'lf t'nionJrint,) : branches and solicits -hare of publipationa the following pro] city or i-o much tbereut as will neatly fitt d tip. so that I niy: be able to lmak
VIZ : Us earne& ly Phienix tuildinus! an-1 known as the llake! corner,
who c..ll comfortable and
:; (1 I YKS n.itice that ho i is prepin-'l t< r.-fula air Vtt .* irL!. 14rIa.'fl7Io,1Iaiafe eAU 1 pav t the State Tax dais 'on the same tor the year I4-1.1 : where they will be pleaed t.) se their old trierds flatter! myself wt

hi* frii-iuii and the his hicc W J, N W 4, S I'-. T v', R 1, N' 'id E., idjoinini hopethat tlue who call mar be induced to. ,
i'v ;public Uitttiiifit'iit Kfiiptwit*. / /; with aav aiti.-les oi CA151NET! 1 FRL attention and. from land hvli.ngii.ir to Col. R. W. \\ lawnis, owner not r'mnt'far Slagis all stop wjif, m
i.-A. / '
f"art. yj'< .i, />< Ci-nmic "ore Kyr*, Ki 'z <'personal ; lanif CzJr1fleCin COOIW.; in tl.e abiu-r.ee. ef either of them

i Ni I'I lU'. tZa4 '1' Ii .L lyla not to henssed li'.in; t f Ttt'ti; .SVrt'W HtjJ, Kafar tMtht and a lhisb'i iiuJ.. h iUttrr himself competent tt. giVe known. They arc prepared to MANUFACTURE, in the fflCw'
: S2V. N-VS' i. :N E I toa hi-re will roret with no detention
E N F. and S E [ ,
t' qr' by any w S 3* T 3 R N and K E J, S F. h S.i'..; W J olW conveyance ran be had by application tr
at lrI.4'4 c-'ttrcspdsidin with t.tti > He will further! !h- prepared to furiu.> Hai ? ; estabiishtnt-nt me
J j ; Svnif> : Sta
P. >isS.if.i*, TaMos !' vari-ius kinds.! St" !iriwiv tin.*. Silt I Iron att l sii.-h other Iea1arag PlantitioSuj i, S :*o, T .1, R 3, N and E., sitn.a'a-d near Mannin -- e ou ,. IS'edn,5 ,
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Lj ucs. iroi / / |' v o.-< ij;//(P. nr i f.ltifWffi..i I those who may p at ron ize theta, th.it t they will Iriahar'a o'clock \ .
7 A. !
; ... ft> purporting- to belong to Lewis Conner and! at anal aleaar1,
,; t V1rIr'Ii4, Ii! crv t txt.r />/-'p'si. / x/'rt f fY a'r tiipnt'lttittin >; Iii <> a' are iini rally dat.tIIaad! on cr. j-n at the Insuranceand Tru.st endeavor to give satisfaction in every nspicf. data, %Vedaa-sd.ns arast I'rada.a, at S onj41
Life Coinpjnv.
L4'L; &%'l of Furnittne nu le to order or repair-til at T tin Ijfr.; .l'a. ('h'uiitf (',' itituian ])tvr>1< vspil o, '!iin4 of tb'- sea* n. tinSouthern; Their assortment comprises.in; p.uf flietollowinz : al'c1n.k p
.q vi.>rte>t iintiee. lla ;is It Urtp r.il to contra'1! !"< ; I I iS |-Mr.ti| 'ii is a (1am'9it&fl hat h. rtu unk'nviri H.ttt .f .SIaiJa< ftr., a< usti.il .it thi pi XT.GEollir S 17, T 1 I. R 1, N a-.d F..except: the E J, S E 4 of Frrnrh and Enilish KroadrlolhsI Norih.-ra-a- Stagsalaparis imnw'sIaa.!, aft,,
t itisaii'l uch t wthot work as is J- ) ; : M1LLKR.NVwK.rl said section; aU>. E }, N W J, S 17, T ',>, R I I. N ai.l Supfrior .'rra%al ut aha' i'antt In. aid It?t'rr.S tt.c s, slav
.: the btil-ia4 <4| II in th > history i-l Modicii'e, dlerir: ; i en- .
Do. i'.o. FANCY ala' .
CAS-'IMERS I. .acla.ek I'. M.
I lu. The IVastern
W E N W S J1' V R 1 N and W.owner net Sia.
i 4 y ,
:i .;*jorallv Ib h by h ne carpenter*. IIipric< > int'li tireU in its c'jiravteranj' $ oj>ffli! .iis tr..m thevaritin. | Julyi", : 1 kisiwia.; ;'/: <77.\vx.Siltin ill tirria' to t ike tlw Es'-tern lane, and al.-111 arralash, ,
diaar'nw.it will beKh a* < indtice th d: iti'iusul i- >jrati.m ot S.u-j i-inlU whu h bav.wm( rrs
1 4 while the *,!lays and Saturdays. at H oVKcVi
l iilJinat< sivhim oKij.l'W at 1ili"ireat tjnies pu'ilic. I It act *-sa--
;: IN CHANi F.RY. -s acres, iwar Lake Jackson, purporting to bi laig to HK.inY-M.-inK CL(1 TIILVG.-line P.lack Iv! this tine, passi-wtrrs will tAe the M.i
Lj *v >f his war'u. if it <1 'cs n-'t rp***, will at ItasiT. rn: .-ily na..i'th.; wh.de sv-iti m, then by briimii.< itposiin Bcatat
F.s'Ur .! Ch.ult' Williamscn. Eiulisii and French Drv-ss and Frock Coifs, medium for alachicola! on M< c.1
K. ? CctavlaiiiantO
( ,\ w-.'rk doa u this cit%. aiu-lvi iIlar''t ai5t iania'i.. iaat1ijcaa.-. It *. 0l m} fiuj h anal
t1 tVt(2 an.l.irri Jndiri ; -fJnh.i Al>i>, the follow ilia; town lots : Part of hit No. 171in ijiiality, do., French Ca 5inler Sack (Ceatd Twittl, Tl.ur-d.iv-. .
ir rt1iin4 of Talla"j ss-.H>, ed of p>werfnl beaJiii lects.? yet it is entirely Divorce.IT .
x.L: c'vttrv. h "w'wi-l n t-ira tot ta--t he ty thinks trHie h.innl' ". sola; if it -ami.t: mvire the rni".t d -l- !t.si--, TVfe.J.n: ) a the n..rth addition to the i.f city 'I'.alhha.aoaaaalan iil.srk, 11;,,.s ma and Plai.l do. Sf.rtoiits ansi Ovcrcout.-t. A. (;. MARSHALL, PP rrie-ar

) r.-eive'l and trusi- cunititiiii'tii.Vh i in .' aetia of th.- Court lo| No. 7'in the south half vf the county .jujrUr of | PANTALOONS of> every description. Larga. ass.>rtment Q'litiry, November 7. Is |IO. ].,
pair ravj he his heret'>: r i.-ate -ii j jrJect heaiih.t i nllect I. !tm-i u e .iSlish d to th! ,- s.>ti* n --
i t tt'r satifiction, nnJ enj it. incre.i- has vid the St.it -* said city. ; atmsi's: also of Hosirry Shirts, (Ilovis, -I -
fiat h M* i tin'it> t" C'* yI iiprinlticcJ by u-e car-pt| :in aj>- tint the.HelMv.it: r.-jt In m

2 ter (i.ni; ir a I tv rr.i i c'ie : teat WhCn d44-554t-i* *v-.ited in the !traav. :.ul! a 1at otihnarvprt; i-as-a-a cannot be srrvrd Ujsin hiu : // A. A. !SIlFR. 1 I CravatsScurfsCollars, I Handkerchiefs,sdi adju.stun

) I 1crzr i'i i ;. : iv .--rrb i:.z I lst it.s b't jail al- -i I the path ol I liiW, il.en /a th'rtftH't, ale tat el niJ vnhritl, that a hc-.iriit miiht Shff. anal er.afie.i' Tax-Ccl. L. C. SiM-ks, Owra Ties, Siijcj'en'.Urs, Satin Si-arM, A.C., ATTORNEY AND COFNSELLOR UW

:i ;its ny-f'Tirti nirt'ii'UC '-a l lll and ven ; it erA indies !*-Jschar> tl h id the Rill bo had at Tallaha se* Ausnwt S, i 1l fi. .< n J.c.\c. J. U. HULL.November Ja.per. Hamilton fount} Florida. '

I. Mate Tax Colior.tutN sa! ,. ii-.%. i'.lr. and vj 'HT, i.aj araa.s health J'.d triiuthtti ; } at CfUithUsrori, IOa th.- sronJ 'a1.aa.hav! sri K iruary Tax Collector"** Sale."CT Jl H 1C. !N J. PRFri'ORIUS.J. November "i}, I" I". IsThus.

.I : 71 Y %irtuf th- |1)' vvrr vcs'in! me by: l.w, I thy --t.il I in n..- by law I FORTUNE .

4'I :- : O shall f\i .se for s.tl b.lonthe C."irl H.-JS 'a Thtraa a rarlI : tiin't'> .a'a-ar; and plead or answi r t.-. :i.d. d.-lVnd J ,shall on the .Toi.d Mimdiv iii M.iri'h nit, R. Jrir. Heir.

: &JU, a.1 th.-t'iAiiof JtH.H-r.C-nirity ot !Ii.'iilto-ioi! F.1-'. frt) 1Iaaa4a.Lb: E4.-1'h- a-1taa. s..d bill as by l lV is pn.vi.1ed. ..'/*-/ it i* / rfWunit HX-Mi-- for -..il U'fu-e 1 the Ctiift IUni4 a1a.aa r, I in I thcitv HA ji-t received by sundrv r.rriv.ili frcn Xe\ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.

+ 1 Thr :tly .uu>thr, IHJ* in the creut ch.un ml, thit a copy of the bill vid ,.rstvrts-i. -,erva'ala of Tallaha-i-H-e, Ci>urity if L ri, the fullo\vin York and NVxv Orle,in-i, a 1.arto a'sssarmneit: of ''%TILl.cs.ntinaametn practice in the Superior

the follow in..' property. r s.nnn-h th'- eof as wi1'ay a.. -tiwi-iy to is tnt-rit*. Lvt t he alHicte-l r.-a.l ant .- delivrn d to J. t>'ndant, i r a cet't.. thi. frder b- df rrifx'd pri .t-rty, i>r .> niurh thin-of a< will pa FANCY AND STAPLF.in DRY GOODS', lon-utin V Count: (Courts JeaFera-at.ra'asamata. and utf
due the sine l..ibe _l s-'iaiais-d. %Vt. t it l.* d-H wjicc it will ala pu' li l.ed in S''Uii' public Ii..sa sparer i a1 l I baa St. !e f ..rihe f m fa
I the State a iI l County taxes on the State soil Cuuutv Ta\ta due thtitcii for the )* ar part t Superior Courts i.f the-Middle I District,ana 'htCoun.
;I %ear l'-P't: -.p.tfe wl I Live n.. ntiu at It-ast, et\r t it.' da> i4h IMl : Plain and fide Liihes, (Fancy Silk IVinN and ty i-l Columbia in the Il >tirn Dfsfrict.Rvi.er.fe .

liie S E j ot v '.".. and th.K. 5 "f ti N" K I ''1 CI'RLET T1Yv, S1st5 flj.1s''t.. ..4riuz.TaliaUas. K i S W 4. Sis, T '.>, R 3. N urkl E.: purportin !.igtatuussre! do.I'ltiti / I Handkrrchitf- at M .ntcelto, Je tf r. oii Count, >

';1 K ee TJan th-ewtin'fk) tion ::i. a-Ml the W of S. T'lis' rn iy certily that) tav -*an, now asjtil -va fiitin >- (Ov.-ti-b.-r T"I I'VTHOMAS t taI I h 'l"'n< to Wt-sli-y r'tiiinTr }ee, 4.C. do. ll'k. and white Silk Ho-eiCantoo !ba-ia.iisa; eitni-ttd with hire will! be promptly Al

TV, an4lhil ill" S W | of Sec _' all ot T _. his bvent-.r tea years ,.t-iavta-4 with the a -rafaatsauauraar. OALTXF.LL, S i L-.t No. 17'. [ original planet the city of Tal Ombre Cashmere, Crape Sarft, deal to. aRea.a

LII c4 RI2.N'idC. The NLn1 S >, aadIba'N ..; At t1aatr nf sn-ven ear* he had the triea-- 3ujnoI tL> '.l.dIitat'irciit of Florida. lila i.T f. purportinij to belong to Wm. 2aLsnaar. ('aa-samna-re! Rol>.--, >Emb. Velvet na.'s, March 9, I'll. .13

'I ?! r:1, and the \ K 4 af S 1, T I R I ', N au
totlw CtIC "f Hector W. Ur1. pcira-ic: in a must m-.uiar. a aY. C4 rerin his l> lyIroui : D. McR \ EN Y. Clark, U'.ik Muslin Robe? Fancy Cap daRornl
tta tK'bmij :1roti.
v, 1 puipurt ui< to U.ion: < to estate of 1!. 11. C >pe- ,
J Abuah4. S E 4f S :St. T 1, U I't. purporting t1aLw'to his el to hi* f've with sindl: tuini rs. I crnsulte.l Kv Jaepi> H KKKSiVp.. Cl'k.R. Ui.a. U'hif.Tarli toriSwi ale aine Shaw, rarathter the { tins

of B in Chnre a Doctiir ast M ili'-iti*. ar.d he examini d him SMITH.. Co.; l.uujufs S.licitir. narid Ptask Muslin End.. '-a dod SIX publication c notice, I
tlje estate 'iij. T! <,<- iT2. R2Nand E; WjSW| 4. S-r 3, T *, : apply to I he Honofahle James M. Cilciiiist
three .y m -. i -'- --.i4.'i, ant nt u Jer-t ndi--i hi.ca .. %aaVtsihCt. 7. l-r;. 10IH.ACK. ,
HK1 Ml T. P. \DnN. < R2, N arx) E ; E J N E 4, Sic w. T 2, R y, N anal Mali Muslin, Ombre St. t Jutl e of Probate f-T <;ad-d,-n Ca.mntafor ItUcrs of
T.\\ \1. H. Co. -e, :a.lvivd me too -'itt! Dr. R.i'ierf NVaik.. Silk Oriental IMafkfJro de S
ff of.riv : J! ; \V J SES-c.TIt2NamadE ; %VNE U'arp ass, di.rai'sii>n as Administrator from the i-state ot Susan
.' '..I :;oretatier It, I I-2.. 17 : I thi-i tMZo i a ri ii.1nt| cl that city. Alter a l.msa HOIlSi: HAl OUVI57JKH J 1. Soc T l 1, R 1, N and E: containing 'X.o at i. s, rtiurk Alpacca, ira ate Rhine, S. Such ttcrtx-'ed.

: .J critical x. Lin ition, hnri-i;; more than thirty !iiuriH.itiit I to belong \Villiaia I Lilt ar.d a the .Southcrn liorr.ba/.ine. Claim St. Silfc.' u. T. FfltVa'5'Quintv ,,,,,..
oth-r tQiii'< J ntleinen',ih! him at the torn;' time.
: f Lite I Itisur-vr.ceAr.d Tnut CVippiisiy.i : LNlevd.jtu'i-iSiiii'feTtinjj; ; *. Fi urt-d Silk, December la, iaI. 71 "raQ
hyrm a1ak-.%I it St r.'lub, i-r Knit's Evil. TheiJiiM
Swiss and Jaconet do Blue, Straw, Pink, ar-al
i L'-t No. l>, Xirth-wc addition to the city cTaltalt > .
F w 'kna: prescribed! I"?, am} eaaitarva. dt ikinem
? : j rnilE: n.vlev-i-zneJ 1aam.h! arnnini'its Ira -- l.>.il ilni4- .r.'pi that tiro'. l I-! .' re* vvrr*.- until is&ci>, purporting to -iuui, ly H. 11. R. tikinA. French Worked Cellars, Fan Cherry Prinfs cc.l. Florence, U I X C \

._;.- .j. contiiniHi..j Iy -f Ih.- lhOVSTF.R; -: f Ju-i.' ..$" I I.7.. .'.i 1 than hi-- a H, -.rr. .st'frti at 1 in .:- rit.Lot Chim.-.ettes, y'and MALI .t5iD rH.iIALII ACADC.T1T.fJMlE

B, rliet aI rJ'. d-i: (.;c lh wint.r- tis. ai'I s aT iei.-fl! .1 't laar.! ,. y.-rv: ftur hoJ tnfn iriv n him.A BY WM. G1P.HONS, NEW JERSEY.HKwHgit No. 2. S.-C 32. T 2. R t. N and W ; lSE Faticyilk Mitts, Wl.l blk cotton How, .

., .I :1-a4'41 to .. IVPp t-( "n aaa' i his l loa : ..a'1,1 ata. rl .'! *-. ->i t. iu r.iii.-! *.> !rm hu>..lt r-jjw intitv 4. Soc T -', R i, N and \VV; i N \V 4, -cv' 5T C.iloud Kid < ;i 1savc--a, W .r>ted lw.Lnni' : e\rcise3 cf this Institution will be resumed

.: T JiraN; ;', at !:i : )7ar" at by Fclij.- Litfl-t FoM, dam S-illy I R 1 N and \V., r.intattiin; >.' > acres, purpoitii white Lace at,. 'Fine black Cassimer, J. Morn! a
: lir- ia 1tr.a.v' K.i.ii h walnut the first in January. The
,< -, as in a pi.eelfi on iy srhnla tie
tb'-d Col. \Vihla R. Jo'uis-.n inVirginia. lMa k Salk do. SStripptil d->.
he ('t utv. R I. WEST. by tin to belong to A. F. Duv.il .oj< the U&iwu HdL of
':ti h. t.t hf id la-its-i -i'aaaee. aid ii alan it. d into two sessions, five
.e piereIV months
> a year : rich
: \ IJ. ni'; .i f.(? i p.ri: .. tarni-hf-d! at a tl; .) by V.r.'ini in, ar.u.d d im R. arn, by Hajrs \- Floiicii.V 1.. C. I l.aradks rrhiefs, 5 ,
tle ol hi- hv-aJ It then the tad! the first
1.1 iK..r crown went to sic( OR M'-nday June.
commencing in
ia1ttA4'>. N. 7, t'; int''i.d! a5d th4a h.rd will iut.r
ad ,1d. in } The 1a.
tiC aI cont.nue
.a: :: a'rv- m.d.Ieiazarirasa'mat tic
fallow. Vampire. R Aa-sa w .s ')'ad im c-t Ar. tiis.s.u.w.forin \\ j N F.L, S.-i r;. T I R I. N at-d) W., contain Plaid Linsi-y-s, Mixed Plains unit Kersy.s, Sh's.tst,
Fr'tjn tln-'ice of hi \Fnu.fr-o.N. who h
tm.ne i'i curate at .
conti' a rif-f ftcrtlentands'icreyful !
:1 Sturr. R.-t':. -- sid N'lllif.er--and n out i'i* I'-f) wre., pirrportin>< Is> b.-li.n tt> DaviJ R.l.in Rlatikets, Osnaburcs, Ilanuelj, Ready Made Clo-
: jElnii Fire Insunincc: Company S laib(C ad tt.u15ara'ion.. tL miiele nn.t coral teacher; and Iaadalrlncthepastyr
< l the d.iiri of Tiri.'if n. S\ (the irerf :Sir Hal. -.on antI the Caai..n Ra k of Florid i. thin &aDacembar- ,
1:1 tii' boiit'si t the iisl-'j >iit on the luck patt.He .- w til 9>i-tain, d! the both n-ceuiiner.dations, with which
: llartftrd (.C.VuiscrJIr Thib'i a- ta.a. :. >i'.w sf ndii:< st the i I .'itetian Li- N.77, 7s, 79 amid "U, North addition to the la, I' V. 22
h .-J .,. tihe entered the Institution. Able
.t < ; tit-.ie :atte o ru..r.m.; s.nir i--u -sIrot'i and t-lEcu-nt Assi.siar.ts
-1 Col. WM. M. MAXWELL.! aSo.jt four c.iien '4,1 city < f Tallah-i-H'tf, >rting to belong to Gevre -
J. FOUTl'NE purM|
R Ag.tt. Ihe iaiisoi the thfi.it and tiio-e ;>!'HV* I have ()tslei : o. 2. w ill te employed in TTerai iv\\ armea( ,
4T.aIl.ahae. Tcrn.3-st1O, S1 C, ami ?V>..5. Walker 'I'a'utee&o..
? : : TUaae, N eIxT I o, I--. n. n.ti..n" In 1 -' '. a. I lived isi P .rt>-iauth, N. H., HEAD O.rAP.TER-,, ) anal es. r exertion will tao ina.te to render the (nsf|.
F.\ r.4it tit a 1-tttr fr.nii WM. (Jinn ii-,. Fthe( SV I N \V I, Sei- 1T, 3, R .!. N and E., contain.
'a5i in- '*u* alt. v. J \>ilh a Il't. unjutic Fev r, which Tsallalas.aaIkcs'ltit.st 23: t'a- t'qllIEQaartar J lotion worthy ad'patrnnanr.i'. An extensive Philowiin -
T K. rORTl.N1' Aat i4 the aSjvc lt J in -at his which ov tur o| the N,.,list-rn crjir.t-ion, Fashion : mat -I'|') arloS, piirpi rtiivj tu bvloni; to the heirs of ('hemiaical Atmraa
.1 s : ww s. -'Aelleil alarse as Shifjiiw is MaSter General will furnbh ail vo!- 'saPhaleel, r ar-scat avid Mattseana.jejIpp4ra'ns
winner of
J ia to t.A )ire TIak aa: i thr5t th otVr. w.ider a a sweepstake. i'li-O-l ea- Laity C. Ferrill. ?h
Cotniay, 1rea&rtI: ? Ui-iuij Mtilicil: troatmvr.t, I uaat-er military aanihaniesaafthrsStaewIlh thnereaiy araclaidang 'tsr h'ur'ap, ialranic lIartell' -
Iniie -'ivst.irtid, tWo fur-its! in I 'IT. I Ibiv.ll
A. A. FISHF.R Sheriff
.r.-MeruLle other >tlic.i of a*good > ind- thtt him 1taisl aaotst ht 1:1-a-tnt-al: Mas-hior.
tfnn-.as aiy tiiUtl L-t tjsI lint ofsaiah Ccamnpasond Uew.Pi!
: C'juipmt-r.n, rp'ertinjj a e
> ,
l talaaaa-t, } ;
o'll him.
: H
; hail
i a isure y -tier, and I. -on County :md ur iiftifitt Tax Culhctor.Tv .
i ,j. Member 11 1, 11'1" Tt.-.i I bcatae alirnrd, at.at aat lasr a Tturneaaan. arIaaait provided the appticatioif flarornatet, iltahea-c, Sartivcr'.s A.&e...
e jiiippwrn ,
II: ? .1 i. i.. i : his r.iclc is iai--h! a .;.ruVed st as rol ho're*.' Jle-a-iab.r 1 0 to. 4a a tat-a
a-a- -iii-ne i: iptii ills TIITI ;nui sore.l nis ra ason. sii'-hc-iPipany >baall be accompanied with ac 'rtifkatt ttas'a.Ih-r a wen id irirfi i ir rary. ana an extea-
; 7 i ;
1 Ga !*t MirwTa! for illusfrati'm in G cl-

: J. Ilailev. Xdni'r. ./c !lmi tutu, 1 I I- : :, nia.- h'-iiriiiiU I.. SandSjr> :) ariiha. and niandirv. olfirt-rs of tie rezimt-nf to which -uchcompuny sac?. Chniisfryf and Minnaloi'y. afford tl,. tad>rnt-

.;S. with the! will a: wexod. ot A. Uei- I] I ti.-,. _j jvri.My! -tiMe.i thu all oiher medicines( h tlt.ilcd TIN MANUFACTORY. is :attached, that! such cotiipany has bin or"aaa- !..nprior adrantaijes.and render the study ot snencs

limy, df-cavd. Cbce. ui f&"ij: a cure, I >f .f (tel procured baal t- 'V i/-
r*. ., and !,;. tiivtin.e he had lak.ui it all I aa'n-jalra-a 15. fltIc-r %\: Co., .D shall al*. -iL-f forth the numhfr t>t ofiieer anal A H ardir.jf Hon-ie, designed pecialv! far y.anv

Mry Ofles. Eve's, c.f jts(1ah R. him Weil. TliO-. places h..daih.s bourne: bright I purchased the t-ntire iutcrr.st of Mr. : S ST-- zt privates in iid company acc.ir-iinir to the inn-tfr 1 ifiirs, has b 'en erected awl placed r.i.di r the < Larz

( Uowl**. l.,r cam- to his |joard li:>s--Ir.nn E"VING} : Peck to his TIN SHOP, take this ,&>*. 'j v! ?yx *. .'c-r roll of lid company; : and provided, lurt'u> r, I h.5t aa l Mrs. Ferzuon. Hoard, inrludiri- u- -lana! nd

$liit: Tim-'till the! Fall of I'. !, h.s (.tn 'luii>ts -- -*jf-- V- / ii-i"Ju---%_ *..- 1-eforf la'ahja'iarI! ) month. Hoard. beth J Jr males and
4: S S appeal ine I'. tin- s -f.s.ii4aa of the Conri.S !> c ; never Lila thsd ot informing! the (>ubiic that they will ka-t-p -5- the Captain oftRh company shall! the delivery per

J. (be affidavit tiled: was: te. original$ bill i > tin tr.>u't,!'sl j liiui.: At that tin, he bwaue deaf, vvhi'-h -i.i i-'tly! on hand it thi ir shop opx.ite| J. R. Fortue's _- .._-. qv' '1ht-... f't such arms and equipment, enter inft bomin tfiaales! may also be procored at the amc rate, m

: ;se,that th? said Mtrv llI K\ecutri\of: J.filiiHid c' atjrnM-.l ;au1 b.t Match. fc-n his ri M.c !be. rore. n lan r aMtwtvitnt uf all thr tarittinf /.- d iiihlt the vala! > cf said amine anal e-jnipiaeiit several of the m nt res f-ctable! families lawn -

'; wiies.. J"d.., r *iils b< Ihe li.-nit> ; t" t):. cauu.- attivt.-d ; |I> IQ that to the left a.a..covering tb.ijit .-- Tin arttl ashier nrtirhit ii'ii'ilty Iff/if in thrir jim with two or nicre atonal and ntlicicnt securities, to ho Quincy is proverbially healthy. For further partieulars -

I .. : jC4st Ii. 'h. .iwi in th* S' itetrf V.riiiiiio, on n: aa ;! ol the abe.a that be wis ia a Kn-at tscivurt- if twine**. They will a-'. he prepared to fnrnis.y -ri-s* **r* S' k* "V* approved ot by the Quarter M, ?t-r (Jeneral, paya'.dtu rc anii! it the rate-- cf tuition, risulatinnji, ic

d.aaaaeai j of 'iu'it. Merchants the of" anil conditioned that ti-! ai, &.c. raforene'mzav be had to the printed! Caftlognejof
it th ? aajj'js'r hat a tid an'aiaicat : Il is ; -.y in country: Tin-wre: at as |tvpri the Slate Florida, >

'ait th" said fjry R >%! >, Kv "u'riv as alVr.--4iH. l iu'wini Jitut San-Is Sars.i:>arilla was the on'v : i s as they can !tt t it {rntn the North ; and !taar PKCK'LAMATIO.VUy ( a-,,... rtfut I.."!l! oi.-nts chilli! lit rplllrlPt to the Stnf the- Institution; which misty; f hac rr-nred has a: pli-

; 5' i qaw2r and au-invr the original biil tiled in il.i.use rr.i-.liciue t l.i! h-wl i-ver done him anv M-d. I applied fl..-r. to r ill :asiai i .-\amn'f..r: thun.elves. lh> r<-i ian -. .V. I). M0iiiv.; CJovcmor of Florida, (.t I-'lotida n U'l-nl order whenever the same shall be cation to N. II. STFAVART, Prameapaf.Z"in'y .

? and ta !a5'We.atI.. why th.' st'nHotilil! :mt btived.&c tMr.. i-owl.-. Ap.ithirary! at Huston tot rwre. Heh o'ij ct in havifi it hre, :is it will i>.- tree froi "lWHiRK\s.: : : It lit: bten c.rtifi.d to ine thaV demanded by any; officer arti hori/.ed by the Gras erfiar li-ca rob-a 5, 1'- I'.. yIVotitc. >

V. f <. win four m *nths tram thc dtte ot tl.e ::-; ttk.-n: iieei!( d j1!l, n worth, which ha. r Tn<-'..'d d tit!: ./e. whieh it n>ualU n ts by -! |-]. \ JAMES McNAIB; a white utan, in cu-to.:. ot the State tn demand the ? .

: ;!ilic*tion of tlii-i oHer, or t1e cane a'wJ the athi- liJriin! -,r Hunt his eye, and ha arin, an.! he nov <;i'ifi-il assortment of Tiii-\vavc. of th- SL'-uf a; ot the County ol Alur hua, ia the Ila-t iiiie.U'. I). MOSF.LEY.Daecmhsr2P.t' .

.'" '1 bill in this cause will be taken tier eoafes-tsl : Mni.'Hrs to b.- -uretl, a.d r.u1iral1v so. I veiiiy l elievo or.i Circuit ot Florida, ou an accusation ot ha\ifC! 23 -11 ALL per-r.ns haTin demarvdanirt't the estate r/

.-iitsiit iffwlkf-r ardtfrd. That a aaapv of thi or.M-r all liiis l Ltt.-r t.'oubHii! <;ht have In-en ea.j-lc4 1 do/' t-'tireacv-i: ,uch .is every family ouzht ti, tV-ioni. u-ly luurdt-red out SAMFEL: V"OODSin) the Graham, late of La-san County, deceased,

it piibli*lit'l in .
S :Mle Oislrict <>f Florida. ure a week,caaitat.e1y. ilia whcu In; tv.is uiMier its infiu -aco the tire time Counter Scale*. Zinc tor .-vt'iM.4 ., i ..c.isaIrato: tie cut'dy of tail SLi-ritT: on the nizhot f\ COPIES METhODIST HARMONIST, un.areigned! i daily s'ltht-nticstt-d, within the time

t'Hr' four: months Th.-*,.' are te! MHI-!.: statetii-.ls the facts <.t the Sheet Ir-.ii forinAii: : Stov.Pii; s.'I the I lila in< ., am d in now a fugitive from jtxtkeJuiut'S OU Mi h -!--( Hi-tory! ef France, pre.rribed by law, or this notice w ill be [-lead to bar

: DLtd Nu'ctnhcr 2 I' *.% and I I' -el it my dat:> to rn ke th">- facts kut.wi in and C"jpn-r| lor Ro-itini; amiGutferiu:; of IluiWmi McNabb! i-, about .r feet w inches hish, toucitd Napoleon: ; saul t.i'.i :Mir luIU, hy J. T. Hndley, i f their rccoverv.

(;rJGt: : S. HAWKINS, Judg'5 &e. to th ta1ac.! lor tlu- b"iietit <4 I' ., .. ': u., U- :?, and. put up at short notice, eitLcr in tLe city ocwiiutr >-, has red hair, blue eyes, eye lashes inclined tahis I History I N4poe! by De L'Ardtn-hp, '*j>> illu-. J. B. JOHNSON Adcfr.

A traIa- c:5v.; AtU-st, a.ntt.: '1 i i !li'-' ...uju'r: feeling !* '' '- v: nth ) \ white i iau Irishman by birth, and a man ot murj tr.iliiMPn -e and Vtrso. by Thi mr Hood, December li, IM*. 21! -tX.
:' f.S< ), i ii.-.v invetition far drainitjsr Su.'sr, tvlii'wil ,
-S !. n. lARf.n.rk.! firv }loi< OV.MI -e-Utl soii-ly Iroin the ti:.ct <4 : ; in'v'ilincc.. Ratxn.eol:! Crime, a treati-ieon rriminal )>nisprudrii -
ilraiti it lit for market ia two days, aui (Lea thplanti's ; 7fomniis MARTIN,
; D c tnl>er t., p-i-;. 01 4n jnvaiaeah c IiWil'i ; .%<-*/-. tfi<>ffJi by Philip Jam -.s Bailt; ,
\\VA1I! W. BWK Main to call ard ijmiiif.J'i Ellen:; Pi'-keriu'- X vt-N iii volume ion and Forwanlins Xrrrhant
I at.sqk in in*, I do h. reby otkr the absavo reward ol! 7Vo one > ,
Wa ) ; x*. Isi.a,, Drly'irr! I I.'I, I t'-; Yiu-n pr pit.nl Well an.l Ci-tern single aul ii.'u'.ilc RuPuij Hi'MtfrtJ Dullars for his apprehension and dt-hvety Dante, translated by II. I'. Cary, In I Pavalr.eatrout,
; a-a.ili d 1 ; V abe nul l I! VV. lk k --<, w.-ll adai't. d 1 -.int.ataoaa; use. Dick' Works in volume
a'jie.r; Ii tTataaa to the Slit-rit! ol the County of Alichua: and all mil ci.mpkte oneGriers ,
Aflornrytt I : \vt anal Ki.sderjTmu oi'h that tl**- aUive! Wrtificate, br % I.t--iiil. r r a-t.;. Car-:; uiitl citizen are er.joir.t-l to aid in his arrerf, ac Carolina anal (ieorzia, Alabama, -'pasC'iral'e' NEIV-ORLE.tNs. LA.

.5 NonlicdI9. Jefferson( founly, FIorif!. 'Iaa- *;i! *Tibfut* th'-it'in coutaittui, vurdii.g to law I'niti'd St.-te, Comic, Tragic, an-J Elton's Fuiitiy Al BUYING, SELLING! RICEIVINGSM) FOR

"' TILL it tend th Cii-uit Courts of the Mid.U are *raa, Ui STt -, JEI-ER'uN! ) (COUNT Given inkier my hanr! and the src-tt seal ith I mtnac4 t.>r t n t", lao siltbs tlie dozen cr single ro ) ,, attended to with promptness.RlKER .

S : 1 V Crrnii an 1 ot tha County ol Columbia, oi this'arn JAMrN: HICK:, .tt-tja'. if the IV jcK ;-. Tax: Collector's .Sale. State of Florida, at the Capitol, in Tal | ie*, Catechi !>y Ii9hop !Ives.I J.\o. U" ARGVt.r LATHAM* TO BARKY
& ,
rf thor
Circuit. F.iiaLt. : p.fJicaar! ainl eda-la| -abe evidvaieaof 12 V virtue of antla'rit5ratad in me by law, I [stL.jiaaha.sue, thi* 24th day ot November, A. I).. I Medical Rooks.ChaiIc's .
S. SlBLEV.Dtcfinber .
-4 MLIfltieliU.! .'uut .t2, 5L i Ixf( 'ftit.tiii.-dof'I v.i.| ,,sid eiicicy, (.-*- ;uliliik-s, which ) shall eviiostlor *:ilv, beiore the Court House 1 I'. l'5, and of the Independence of the L'mttt Mid\\ifery! Dewee's Midv\ifi-ry, ">, 14'. 2>

cay Ajents, gratis. .15air. in Monticel''!.., JelSt-rson C-iunty, on the Slates the flat >tar. Di-wceV Fim..UiVwct'j on Children
; : !'r.-j.an 11 1 ;.!i.l s.ld by A. B. .V D. SANDS, Dmuist ,
2 AW T ; i l' FuHo-i et" I'irxt M-nnl'iy in Ji'Iy n zt, \VM. I). MOSF.LEY, \Vat-.a'. Pricticeof PhyirViM Aoticc.IO .
i 4a ClturI i William N. Y.
II. imOCKKXHROUGH! & AI'GFS Sd51aaab'! LKiVrSst.MS.T.ilih! the f ill'iwinproperty or so much thereof a-s will J5y Governor: Governor of lIoraala. \ >d Jt Rch hi-pa-n- itory, Liton'j Siirs.-ry' T, mislaid, or stolen from my possession the
: s. ,
MAX1VF.LL will !>rartic in jMrtrship. .'N I'.asacola.F. : pay the Sfjte aw! Cotiy Taxes due thereon forth* J. AncHiK, Sey.. State. Stf kc on the Chest, 5rlaonarass.n's Con.pectiw. 'a.c., deeds to (iso tract ot lard, sitiutetl in the 14th
St. M.rks ,
: Th'-y will attend the rounti of tW Alii! at.d I ay lyru-i-ists em-rally thr ujt. aut ,the rnitei v.-ar \I- !-'. : N.aeha', r -s, 1 IsJ... l 19 fr sale by P. A. IIA U'ARD.cernf District. rnseriy Irs ita. now Thr.mas, County.Gear-

a U* > District rf Florid J-ickon! and Franklin c ,uu N f4cri1ar5d N W S-c23anal W of NE D -r i Pi, ISI-'.. 21 gia ; cne lot N>. 121, piarcha-etI by me from William
'g; *. **, in th<* Apilaehu sI t !)Ois'ric TtK' <'<.uit\ ..f StaJ.Prire.. *J {,.r battle. Rt: bollix far fir,. 4, Sec .33{, T 1 ft1. N and E., rarj>orti'.s$ to be- Stale Tax: Collet-tor's Sale.BY Smith : the otlur number not recollected, but parcbsscsi -

":aana. Georgia. Tlic C Krt o/A.j; >rals tat n'ii.laI ,V>- The loiia' to D.ineaii M. Q'inrlej.: l by toe from John R.-ddrnberry, and aujoins

.- the District ant Circuit Cvarts of tine I'nittOL r.e"tb"r rtrat piiMi-it is rfiM-ctltiUy reoui *ttin re W i N Vf I, Sec lr, T /, R 4, N & E own-r not ) jrtne of the power vertd in me by law, I wilexpose the lane4! ot Moses Linton. where he now reside*-
that has fieenj'ld
;. 5 '.tte t T.d1aasaaa.! imist jiifjiaehifvin SandSarsapariUa known.I At the extensive F.sT: ,!.lshrnelit; if (Icr sal s before the Court Houe door, in Any person hating such deeds in their possession,

::4 S re-it litnVnfl4! su-h rer.nrkable; rur a oth. I : No. 3, fr.ic Sic al T 2, R I, N fc E, ci acres. thc tit of TalLilia-ste; county of Li.". n, en the t".r tMorida'v will be thunktd to deliver them to the subscriber.
.s of .hst-ascs to which the hjnrm 11EE: : & BRE\VS't'E1 i
.5 .- \ II. r.no'KiNT.ROi:7.iTallahassee.: .' <. 2, '- elT2R1N&Ea, a'a. in July! nixt, the following property, or so HENRY MASH.

I AUGUSTUS ;:. MAXWELL, ; frame! and -t.siiijex k.- no t oih; ther4-f r.D ,re avi for Sand Sar- aiarilt I. a il.TO. R I. N Ai E.: '<> M CKDAK STUKKT, much thrreof w ill J hay the State and County tax on IVctmbcr ->' l-4r.. 2.t 3t*

p April 19. I-1V S: tflY .-enilK-i I' M rt> 4 << ->|LF2R it x S c E, .I-'-!")<'u's. NEW YORK. the wiae for the year IM'5 :
Ii. I ; of
MI /f Sale
: Heal Estate.
jv JAI Nos. 517 3F'! :si'> rv>> original tiara arid
.. 1, *!, I -2, R J, N & K, ltra-r's. Whcr.aaacsanceaatr.ataai nearly all the NEW STYLUS ,
.. MITIl'C.ATTORNEY .: So. .j;.., lyinzintheb ilof AJiccosi,, kj.-I.aakt'artLc pUutatioa of PRINTED CALICOF.S which h.ve been rrodum. 17;a, n--rita allI.ti"la, of th ? city ot Tallahassee, purI'ortiii TN p'ir-'innce and by virtue of an order and decree

ot Cov. Moselev in this thi- fall trade! ;; to l/ -h aag to laveaiport.ENIV.SccTlR1NaradW.. .1 of the I Ion. Judce of Probate in and for the county
TNF >:n! Ohis (tri-n..s i.aaat l th" publuI owner fast known.SMITH etmntry, or imported f r a aa-al

I! : Yz'j .JL-s-) -* ''--I ''o- has tak the si r.n the -or. SIM KINS, are i.flered for sale tot CASH OR APPROVEDCREDIT ., cf JcJR'r-on. I will expose to puMic sale, at auction,
w : SV i, I1TI,1i2Natda, t >rca-h. tatfsrithe Court H'> i>e door, in Morticrllo,
Shff. l Tax Ccl. Jell Co. at
\'z-w "f
ii-r Mo-i T.K- ad Two I Hundred' FooT. an ex ojricio
: ANt) 4ti\ELL(1R AT LAW, ront lining 210 acres, more or les, purporting to be- on the fjrsf .A'onJay in February nexttaeang! the first
tii i1 t.,. >..'..: K .,:--.elc; th.- Court House, Dfrnibr. .., lv.tr, _>(apIa rnj Prices Greatly Reduced
.; 1tiaIary)1'.rI.a. I- .. lori tot-atatc of Ikiijainin Ha! an.A. day thereof, ail the ri. ht, title, and interest of Wiie

; dILL att5aI ti.s.vei.d! rnrt of M di: : Flo- -4 Aa4S-ai.av: 5'I 1)ft1;( ;tala'-; ANlJMIIiJlClNES.rI; asirtto'a.t.t'itj lit. %% saf Flu, idma.is Within the last few dav<. A. FISHER: Sheriff Brooks, late at ,aaial l county, dtceaseil, of, in, and to

:v V riJj, and of Deeilur Comity, CvKirgia.Jinuarv g Jlvtiy frjPurclcwr are "iirfraatt'ttl the prices -ar.ialloAai.f ar.d tjr offr'to Tax Col. tor Leon County. the following desciib let ol Land, situate on the
na l.aa'i to or-r* of Ptiysifiatu anal Planters FEWr.ipie: p-uiiphltt LUW.S cf Fit-rid* late
'S :i.s'';. 21'V ; made for a jrivc-n period. !).> 'ir-lnr >.'-, |Nt'j. -23 'in' north side ot Monticello, estimated to contain seven
.'ali da1Lea. w n..'itetl iooal l jtKiliiy lav for taiaj.I k\ S *- ,, lor sale: by
;.jI'utalo; iies (reit-wfd and c'-rra'cteul daily)- and a half acres, known as numbei nine ((9)) on the
I h. h. -I r.--'in-.! supply"1 SHI'FIMAVS I March HAYWARD.
jaa u ; \ IsM. P. A. Fairnha'm-e for Sale.
: 7 '.voiiM. < -"rn:t i, CAMPHOR' 1 ud CATHARTICKNt ntc'ilatiiiv the prices are h-la| >c,il in the hands ef: map of said lands. Purchaser to pay for titlf

t>uvr-r, :ind Ht-nt with .' / IKS v''l'> .''l!<' Article, MA tu, inost aare'-- ApaiacSiicoIaALL I.naaai ('oaIhaiay. 1
II, I'alO. 1y 1 Dining Table, Adm'r.Jefferson .
of Jctferson and
County ex g\e\o
-l i--/ -at< ..
liuiJiisferiiiir .
1. ejo4artaaa.ltLM.N'
E rita persons are herby warned! not to trespa-.', I Curl Miple -iNfi-ada-'lv to December 1C.23 4totlce.
; County, >, 1'
: :! :; pt.( >;i M\N'S I-LASTKRS the to tn.lce of CMinrnit in Lu- .JNO. G. CAIMBLK Jr. "
use or vsa>te anv unl Di-cenibcr >, 1" i'. -ji a-aa J. R. FORTUNE.NEW .
*'!i-ai'; st a-. I !b.t i.Uster cvr i,ti'-r.I I to the public l:.wful manner, on the lands: at a thi- .Apalachicol.Land hi- Prats-a-.ionil t Service*, to the citizens \

ta asIa av'aaaatt: taiaia ua the Uatk, Si k-and U'eakMs. C< tupnny whi'-h have not bverj re 'ilarly disC.OMI OFFERS| and its vicinitv.Nov. BOOKS &c. .

Si- .S, of undersigned, Adraini>trator on the estate of ;
4. by us ar our cointerit| avri-nt orazent.liiTctofore > IS, IS43. 17 tf THE
nirzn t .,, DR. FOLf.Eli'S; OI<\OXIAN<; or ALLHEALlNCUALSAM as the p.-nalty (at} the |j\v will bo strictly: Imrie, late of Brnton Craaanta. Florida

I I ninvalii-iMetrticlefor Colds, enforced ax.ii'ist all) otFenders.Applicitiofis en Exteiisiam atul 't>IciiiulAT JFST RF.CEIVF.D: PElt URIC EMILINE. lecea-ed. will apply to the Hon. ..lual.zeof the Circuit

Co-is! ,, Astuiui !M.-edin.? at the LUT, Cousumpliotiiin.l niLIs! made for purchases leases r>r .% : orOLOTH3 GRIG'S Georgia and Carolina Aluunacs for 1> 17, Court of IVnton County, in the Spring Term of

rx.iciscisa ; I its kiii'lred i dis'is.-s. Pamiihlels) ( otit ai IL- adharsaiefaar the undisnoAed ol (xirtions or tracts Alminacsi'or i, ('clinic Alminactor1S17 1> 17, for power to selV the real e-tatc ol the deceased a

jug evrtifir.t&train j.-r.s, ,;w in hi_ !h standing, nsV of said lands him and Isa-jug in a tin. comities ol Wakulla LfNTh1GJ 1 ; New Mu-.if,>r Piano Forle andliuitar, or so much thereof as will pay the debt-*due by
r r i.nAKEStlus m.-lhi-d tu( inform ilta.! Ia.Ltai! iic that he tin itivaltii'.l.'tfle.rts' cun be had gratij, by ap- Le.iii, (ij'lxl. ii 'amial I Franklin, and known asthe" ?T AUK: sulxcrii/trs have just rccii\cd per bric WarL ThierFrtncli Revolution cheaji edition said estate. a
515 his removed iiis Cubuiet Warehouse tu tl.e pAiliZ as aba..tTadLLe FcrU-s Purcha-,e"to ourd'ily authorized a eiit, calU-r and Altueda, a jrtniTal and full assort- Resident in Pekin, Theodolph, Cornhill to Cairo, NEIL FERGUSON Adm'r.

S ildina formerly cciiii] < d > Starr i. Co., ru-\t dn .LnerOl'-.t4. |f Mr. JAMES E. OETr.NF.n, in the vicinity of Quincy. mr-ut ol WiiTwam and ('aihin'etern ClearingsWidow's Cry stal River, IVnton Co., }'a., Dec. -2'>. 1S46.SUIICEOX .
iWk'iiTiu Man(i factory, ii: tin- rear ol I whic'.ihe
I Jf'SF.PII I DF.LFIF.LD! RIV\ ) MADE% CLOTIIIM; WalkFiench GentIeinanFi'ri'' Knitlit,
I .
ids to carry "n the bmin.- 'SI! n (! titNaTKE1UNIEtT.KCfl4Ik11C1511uLsr1nI1! : 01 c Wild Wilfulness if Woman

+ .: : : ; ; iadU *>JTX moath-; after date, I hhall! apply to the Hon.l Truth LEWIS CFRTIS, t'tuisivtin:? in part of tine and ir.e the
nf .Jjxilar/iiri/lu Latul Co. > ,
and -f jail of IVoltato! of Li-on and Ijmli.-h black Dress and Fiock Coats and DENTIST
xvell prt-, to evwute an> orders i it fit L .r : County, for djyinisalt.i Januar 1 in, ica';. O'Dnnnouhue, Milton or Memoirs of a Statesman, ,
( lie alxnc! branches if his b'l.iws.llf ..* K\ii: ;tti i sal thlist will and testament ot I'asits. s.aaa.tiaaFeeah and black and brown Claims.a.iL be found, at
Archibald Werner, Life of Coj.de, returned to this city, and may
is provided with the ix>t trutfrials lrth< Lnk.v. XV..i a,4. eaj. C11AS. ?-;. SIULEY.: and 1'aoak Coats, Swtouls, hlaiaItleck andCaor -- HAS encased his
Gabrielle Mimanso, Fair Isalx-lle, Old St. Paula, times unless protV ionallv
; S .tBifacture t/f nr-\v allis lex UI Cabinet Furniture, _July II !t--; rJ! r.aotiro. : Ti l I IE tt'1nr..iinea!, dulv ant ha-.ri7eah ?pent of the ( Cit th Cloaks, Satin, Silk, Cahmcie and Cloth Tower if London, Margiret de Valois, old rtn nn at J. T* Demilly's Doaniinz H'-asc.

-- S Ii as SerdIrlM. Bureau :, 1.taaI, li-.Ki.Ki, I Trust. nf the Ltnd Vest.-.
ApalacKieola 'onipany, Genevieve
\ Mont Cn-.t.), HidellKTf. by James, October 1S4S. 11 3m
.- S '. .irs, iic., ixin the i iat t au1 l uio t piii-\ is pn-iaie<1 to S4-I1 or rent s'irh portions and tracts Also, a Central Assortment of a Ititleman M. Antoine lU-rliri
V't- LiontiniWry's ,
5 le. He will also repair any description oi'lurai- SIX !:aontl. alter d.itaI I .;taatI present ry final! :.r- ol harsh within the I'OiliePattihaia.., as have not been Ho .i Gloii-rf Slnt Collars IVolire.T .
' lion. Julzcof Probate < ry <, Scarf, Cravats Our Army on the Rio Grande, Combe on Infancy,
S '(5.. in and liar tli.- of JetS rexiiilarly dispis a.f byiid Land Company. Personal I laiOAcrchiffs, Stocks (self-adjU-tinia new article.) Judah's Lion, l hy Ch. Eliz.hsth1usi of the lit: ANNUAL MEFrriNC. nf the Stockholders
.!< would return his rat ful thank*to theo'iiTalUliassee /, m Cointy r-.n, and appSv lor a iiit< rvifws \xba may aiidieiit's
Silk L'iid at t
iis han.' as Adiuinintr.itriv, of I'mM.le : -r-.Siurl. DrawersSus- Church, Amelia's PoemsOld Purchase, of tlie Union Hank of Florida will be held
of William
;: S Ibrtlw} ? 2iiM.-rxl patrorup L<* 'las aiuly II. South, bitt.f ,ai
k receivedandrespi-ctfully solicit a continuum'. ELX\ETII! :: K. SMITH lirected to him, t through I the Post Offices, at that "inbreU.is, Steel Framis. Alsn--Cloth, Cas>iniers Cyclop-.i-di.iof Piaclic.il; Receipts, Napoleon, day, lust of l-Vbruary next, for the election of -
'heir favors he to atikfiiin
% a ii1idrtlaiui9if pv i> JeIL'ra-aii ( Pi.1c1 aiul Tallahassee. and Vest si.f a-s cry style, which they are Carmivi.i Su'ra, Burrow's Mu ir Primer A.C. -rfor the ensninsyear.
o-ntr. O-t-'in-r'l! !t Isl1!. I I'. preparnitr.ncT >
to all \\\n\ him their order l e.th in .mrilJIE 1 t'1I.nrrrvrn ? >
> tnaiiv < .-.1 os sian I ;s, at, I..a ,.,l ..,. r..l. ....a.a SPLENDID FANCY GOODS AND ChRISTMAS1'ltISFNi'S. 11V. I.. RITTCERS. Cashier-

5. 5'' ? and Duality of his woik.nuary 211 utle'ai ( otaI-(. of t Fie Ti'iiifuiinflfirslp/ifarhirtilit iMiitl Co. and forrdohatry reaaaai.ahltprica's.. December Ira. \lSlti. 2-2 tiinQIX

q-j 10, I'-1. o.-j January 10, I IS 1)5; |iy Jar old customers and the clothes
# 4 Just iju-ioj-the Second District, Leon (Count, buy mat comrnu- Cheneel Rackets, Papeterie htoxes.Chiiiaaa.es, -

j. teil to c.sll and examine: our 1 Rich Work ll.>x, riti0, Card Tra'aa.Perfutotry Notice.

:aii piioiis and J. SYflII'i4T1REYS Itakrr Return sa. Our clothing we can warrant as being \vrllnade Jot Combs. Silver Combs, Fancy tT.c h nor3 -
; !tv: in January. day lat January. John rpllE: iinilersnr.ed! have united in (practice ol week after date we w ill anplv to

< !> AND COt a.l.LLORS AT L\W, Wtlin. J. W. SJicrwood and Robert) IVcles, are I the J. Law. They will attend tin several Courts <> -and not having to pay the nunnifactors profits, \>mbs, I Head Ornaments, 1 Head Pins, Rou-jut-t I IK>!1- ) a!>l- the Jud/e of Probate of Madison County for

t 'TAVE foiiued in the ni';!(,-rialorjc-rs ,f Court. Fiidcr an arrazementj Law and E-juity ala the t.TihhleCjrraajt of Florida> nthe purchase ol them, we think we can sell lluaim lors, Accordeons, Tlaernometers.ehra't Albums, k-tta'rs of Administration on the e--taf.ot Tlonu
lartnershtp of
; a practice
: ( the Mijrfntrate'sthere will be- but one colNstingdtrket .juahty: cheaper than the u.crchants uencrally. Marcscco\tljaana, Portfolios, Card Cases, Souvenirs, t.irnt-tte late of said drcead.
-I. i.L Law, and will dive llu-ir joint attention laS baS : Hid the Countiis of Franklin I i and Jackson I in a thr County
which will be undrr the direct ion ('all and see. At the old Mand en Monroe >t. Jet' Uroaches, Eiiamclleil Pen Holders, Chess Men 11URNETTE.
: t of a ina- DAVID
e-ss confided to their caie, ia the Middle Circuit: \e>lern Circuit. Also, the District Court of the '
jormlv -! in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the /niti-d States( to be held at Tallahassee, and the Surtme -
:- ;; -stern Circuit. SIMUCL. 75. STKPIIKMI will t he le.l| resji-Hisible; ( the iiapi rs put in his hands; l' Court of the State of Florida.TliOMVS Tallaha-sie, Novemlnr 7, Ivlii.; 10USLPli ; -'ans. Fancy and Jet buttons, Ink Travs, Tooth December 2G, IS 16. 23 Ot

or cniWtion. Olfice, foi the pie.scnt.at the Court RANDALL finishes. Nail Hrushes, Silk Purses, Sitchel.s, All the
i"ie to reside at Q'lincy. SAM tret. W. CAKJH lillAXCII. l O'B. BRANCH.
S. House. S .\nnuals for is 17, New Toys for Children in creat Cavalry, Light In fan try. flUd1jge
.'1 J. WAVL% IAKKR! at Tallahassee. One ol the THOMAS H. HAGNER, J. A Ii. ISKACHTT.'RNEYS ,
C'. E. variety, for Bale by P. A. HAYWARD. Tactics.
J. P.
C: r.J -n will spend a part of his time at Apa1 Iiirola, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. \ AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.

r "- i will attend to any communications dinctcxl; to J\S. HARRY. J. P. Tallahassee, February 21! 1MO. 31DnAt.EJts TALI.VIIASSKt:, H.ORIDA. December 5, l.lt| ; -o A SYSTEM ol Tactice.or Rules for the Exercise*

at5 EDWD.: M. WEST, J. P. r j connection with I the Southern! Life Insu /i. and Manoeuvres of the Cavalry. LisM Infantry

tCtiltWr ? ; 1; December 2o, IcIG.| 2.'J j rilEIR & Trust Company iut inn entirely ceased, M. D. PAPY afll Rirflrmen of the United States' by mthoriryol

: JOhN they will hereafter five their attention exclusively I he Department of War. Just receia-a cal and for 'saIl
OYSTERS. IN to their profession. by P. A- hAY WARD-

ATTOllXKY AT LAW Dru s, Medicines, Paints, Oil, They will attend the Supreme Court of the State, T1I.T, Practice in all the Courts, in the Middle October 21, IS M. II
i 'JIE: subscriber! has made '
: .- j arrangements to \* furL tulncy, I'lorlda.WILL Toilet Arliclfs, Tfrfomery, if., Window Cla&s anal each of the Courts for the Middle Circuit. Circuit. Olllce on the first floor of the Capol -
:e'4- ni hed with fre.sh OYSTER daily, at his Oy- lli.rin nia4 ICopc.
_4 5- ; atte-ul the Justices' Courts of (T. dsden March 7, Hir. .nF.mVAKI South win?, room formerly occupied by theSoerat'ary
5 ;i'.oon. Apalachicola Oysters will be re--i cd PAIXTr.HS BRUMIIKN AND COIXJHS, inn PiECES Globe Mill's,
the Circuit; Court of Middle! of the
S fit y Florida, Territory. 1L/L/ ""
Thursday* and Saturdays. Families be.u ) M. 1VHST > pieces Covinston.
can Justice of the
<; Peace
.tpullacctrh's' iisVaro AT ,
tl i ii th Counties November 15 IS 15. 17
Court of
rtt amid c *> ;a adjacent Georgia ,
:, ,;il the 100 Se. Island
bjr or gallon.
} pieces
NYveiolter, I i-t.! Is tf V I HE I above constantly on hand, and fair sale at I the WILL attend to the collection of debts coming a
:*. DANIEL T. RE A. r the jurisdiction of Florida Supreme Court Reports. 200( coils Rope, for sale by
Sentinel lowest market prices. a Masislrate' Court,
: 4)1ober3llS1. l CT copy.ABD3SH for sale at this Oth'ce STARR LLOYD he FLAGG-
anal will hold his Courts on tie second Monday of JUST published, and or by ,
P. A. HAYWARD. September 12, 18I 8
.t *. 1Rtsat: We have t-eived by laic arrivals large additional -cry month for that purpose.
JVodce. of and All business confided to him will receive his May 0.18-Ifi. 42
supplies lruzMeJinnes C/utnicaft which
,T ,. .months alter date, I chall present SJ3J3D3 Kerary .m! Lin'eys.
S wjraccountsJ together with most of tbi popular patent remedies, ronipt attention, and settlements rllected with as
*.5 'I aid vouchers to the Jadije cf Probat* for (ludx- << routli of jle 1C. rcaialer our iissortment the largest and most varied inhe littlun delay as possible. If requettetl, collections Stable to ICciit. 6 CASES Kerseys.
S. and f final discharge fioa tie A XD few GRAS ; A GOOD STABLE, CORN HOUSE AND YARD 1 do Linseys. -
4 County, as < r a a bagst.f srr.DS, ML-r < or Red State. All of which we offer at the lowest cash nade without suit.

i uioutnitiun on the estate of Win. Gillilan-l,
: : SMITH, Jr., AdwV. Dnn Store a-f LEWIS i. AMES.Sl3. July 2% l<5l<3. J LUWIS fc AMES- u-nt of the Court-house. to J. R. FORTUNE. STARR LLOYD

.* .. ':4 I. Qn'ry.Jy 1 !. ISI'l. Ta1LaLa5cc, auLeL.her 21, IS Tallahassee, September If, i* 1'



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