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 16, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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wit its high tate of discipline, dec.

From the Boston O/w Srcneh. The ti< won and the grave of the fallen

HOURS OF LABOR IN ENGLAND AND THE 7r1-1E FLO.RIDIAN. attest the ability and valor of the veterans of

UNITED ST\IT.s. other wars, aa well a of younger ofer

The human frame with its de1icat' macliin.: (irs of the National .Academy, and oher.

is more worn and broken by too many The volunteer troops won unfading laurel

. try labor, than by hard labor! it df.! The in the sanguinary battle of MonteR1.rfeir .
)hours .
human constitution can accommodate itself to gUantr conspicuous duty cl. .

n"e muscular! eflort, if it is. itself accommodated BY FLORIDA) SATURDAY JANUARY VOL. XVIH-NO.: in the action. -
immf S. S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE 16, 1847. 26 The destination tl.a part of the troops '
with mitablc food. air and rest. II| ; r.prted"

the long hours of weary standing or sitting - -. -. _. e route for Mexico" for the army uu.
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; Gen. has
in the bad air of the factories! which destroy dun made the following statement in the House towns, are of stone, with flat ror and iron farnl1iis.iiong those liberated was thePope'l he spent in contending not with Federal t! ged and it is Taylor also probable b that.' deUchmenU chan. :

and slowly undermines the human constitution. of Commons : barred windows. Opposite city, on the own brother. These available de. but with Mexican gamblers! esablish. i ;
have been drawn from the Grande for
,nd produces premature debility and finally 4 It appears that overseers of parishes :inLondon left of the road, is a hill from which the road monstrations were followed up by propositionsto ments he was too much in the habit of frequenting. Tampico which reduces the lower force I
reported un.
death. There no way in which! the horror* I arc in the habit of contracting with might be annoyed and shells thrown into the establish a National instead of a Swiss But in 1310, an event occurred
der the immediate orders of that General.But ,
of the English manufacturing district; can be the manufacturers of the north for the disposal town. For the distance of six or seven miles guard, giving to laymen, and taking from the which gave him another opportunity of doingthe the additional volunteer force .

avoided in our country. hut by diminishing the of their children ; and these manufacturers before reaching" the town the road is 1 handsome clergy, all offices purely of a ch'i character. state a service. For in June of that )year, called into the service will lee recently .

hours of lalwr. We still adhere to our oft repeated i agree to take one idiot for every 1!sdne children. und substantial structure! of chequered A.codification of the laws, economy in the expenses the Federalists again raised their heads in forward in the direction of the soon Ito Grande pushed- .

opinion. that it i is the duty oi our Leg. I In this manner wagon loads: of these pavement; and must; have been "eC'costly. of the government, commercial treaties Mexico. And, singularly enough, they were Of the force ed under the orders of
ishture to limit our manufacturing cstablUhxnents little creatures are sent down to be at the p"i lerofc.-Atlhc base of a high mount, bearing with all the world, and in particular with again commanded by Urrea, the old antagonist rrpor
Gen.; of tho I
to ten hours work per day tor their em feet disposal of their new masters.' same name, some distance: from the the Mahometan States, and above all, the introduction of Valencia. This first outbreak occurred Brigadier Kearney, one company (
third of embarked at New :
artillery n
ployees. :1 Ir. Fevrand concluded his powerful and road on the left, is a cluster of houses, with 1 of a free system of in this manner : Urrea, (whose adventures York regiment for 14th and .

It may be said they cannot compete with eloquent speech by affair! to his large and) Church called Perote. education, are measures proposed by the new printed would read more like a romance t the New-York IonterCaliforia.regiment of volunteers July for, the :. Hlt f

other manufacturing: establishments" in this: respectable aUllifncl' following; h'rm': Caftlc Pcroic.-Opposite, on the right pontiff which cannot be mistaken; in theircharacter than a dry narrative of facts,) after his same embarked 25th !

country and the old world. This is a mistake.If 'Could the opponents of the 'Ten Hours Bill' of the .and commanding it in every di- and if honestly] carried out, they defeat at Acajeta, went to the north of Mexico The dt'stinatiol October St'premLr.

they wish theii water or steam power and induce a single medical man of any standingin rction. stands the cattle. It i is upon a flat will produce a most valuable and beneficial to excite disaffection there; but he failed brigadier for reported that from t f'ff
route Santa : t
machinery to he steadily employed they can his !profession to appear on that or any other sandy plain, t.trongly Imil of stone and encircled reform in the Papal Slates. The questionnow in doing so, and being caught, disguised as a was with en two companies countn of the first Fe of t:

do as Glass Factories do, have sets of help platform and declare that the present factory by a deep dry fN' or ditch. The main i is, will not the intrigues of despotic and friar.a!a brought a prisoner to the city of that force with regiment .
night; and 'da '-say three sets walking eight system was not a system of murder-that it entrance i is by goin over a chcraui de frizc benighted Austria l he exerted to check the operation It>xicu. His friends there were numerous officers dragoons of deeming the staff; who ( thp him 5p\rl) adequate j tl

hours! each ; thus all their power would l lit' was not destructive to human life-that it was In stile, descending some: twenty-five or and effect of these measures ? We and zTilous. One night they bribed a pore fir the in accompany '
and that stone the bottom of the fosse andcrossing apprehend they will. Austria since the d', I lion of tlie liberated Urrea len'icl
caved, and none of the help over-worked. not a disgrace to a rhristian country- thirty steps to wn- garrison, and surprised til"(1

Say what we may. of our highly; pro
ous manufactories, we ar! tending to the European : more contaminated with: (disease and more with the bottom.: the smaller powers and princes of Italy. his officers whilst asleep in their beds. Amongst applied to the United States, i is! given in a t tI

state of things.: Thousands of the deeply sinking in misery !' .(' & of l'ueMa.-Thmis. city i is walled andfortified. There are now no divisions of power, no dutinguisheil those who escaped was Valencia. I recent number of the Norwich Courier. Tho ':

beautiful and lair go to the grave, or loose Tie poet too, has come forward in behalf It is built of stone and the streets families, no factions; like the norI I Retiring to the citadel, he there rallied the re. editor says it was communicated I an intelligent AJ\ ,

their health in our factories, by working too of [poor factory children.! The poet hastaken : are well paved.! Contain about 100,000( inhabitants. gias, the Sforzas, and the It'llici-it is now | rnainder of the gairi"on ; and 2 P. :M. of gentleman, now upwards )SO years >

-many hours. True, Lowell doctors may tell his lyre 'nt struck heavenly music for Here water is abundant, but from Rome and Austria. And Austria conscious of: the very day of the in urrtction), he investedthe jf age, who was an active participator in tins 'T .

the world their city and mills arc healthy:, and these orphans. the national bridge to this city no water can her power, has been ,steadily progressing. : palace, (which the insurgents had fortified scenes of tlie! revolution The story is as follows J

that their bills of mortality are filii all. All I I mentioned in a f former letter an affecting be obtained-the lti'.es substituting jiM/jwr I coaxing: threatening, and intriguing, with! the ) on al sides. : ,..ti

this is illusion. yine-tcnthf. ot the ;person* I incident respecting (the sudden death of a factory as a beverage. petty prince*,of Italy, and all have been compelled r On succeeding day lie received rein- .. When General Washington, after being

who sicken or die from the bad air. and overworking chilJ.t the recent meeting at Leed, From Jalapa to Plttl there are occasional" to submit to the Black; Eagl I.s of that i t forrenients : and eventually compelled them appointed commander ofthe army of the rev. t
in that city! and the factory: : \\illige Fevrand read the following exquisitely beautiful i height* near the if fortified might power. Whenever a rebellion has taken I. to capitulate.' His quelling I g.t. olutiuti, came to Massachuset! lo organize it, $J:

ro home to dir, or try to ;:et well of which m and deeply affecting lines li.ml the !pen of: annoy invaders. In fact. I'romcrt Cruz to place in Italy, Austria has put it down, nnd was the turning stone of Valencia's reputation. and make preparations for the defence ofthe ., :

record i i" kept. The rolls ol.the mills simply Mr. Sadler: ; they vividly illustrate the (painful Puebla this i is the case-the travel being alternately increased its own power and tcrritnrillirit.. I He now became a-greater favorite of country, lie found a great destitution of ammunition ,c.

iay di-charged or on a visit at home. incident which I briefly: referred to. Although over the broad and tmob.-lructed roads It took possession of Venice 111 I, : at the government than ever. They paid him and other means necessary to meet tins :t 1

Summer Iwfore last. in a little town in the they will occupy considerable space, and narrow passes, commanded by heights. this day has organized Austrian police in every much attention, and also much money-both jMiwerful foehe had to contend with and r:

interior of l New Hampshire! of about five to yet their peculiar interest demands an t'ltr 1 The road passes through PuehJa. The Pucblanos town and city in Italy all is omnipresent as a remuneration for past s -rviccs, and as a great difficulty to obtain them. attacked in

six hundred inhabitants six girls from :Nashua effort on your part to give them a prominent i have a peculiar! character ; they are every where. France can do much to check I retaining; fee for future ones. But another such a condition, the cause at once might bo i 1J

went home and died, all from general prostration place that they may be engraved on the heart's cunning and courageous, and the most expert this control and influence of Austria, )but: twelve months passed on."th the new I hopeless. On one occasion, at that anxiousPeriod. :f"

and disease: brought on b\ the overworking tablet of every reader of jour journal. robbers and! assassins throughout Mexico, : France has objects of greater importance to year came as a matter of course, a new in. a consultation! oi'the officers and otherswas i

and vile air (those large factories where where there i is no lack of If an ofiend- combat with. Spain. Portugal: and other : surrection. Of this Ole, however, the inciter had, when it seemed no way could be devised i '

worse than )English: tyranny is sometimes: pra!'. THE F -CTORCILD. er i is brought before the alcaide, any where Catholic countries, ran do nothing but remonstrate was a much more important personage than to make such preparation as was neces. )')

tised. As a sample, on a lime, the overseerof "Twa The weather on Winter's wet and tnornitis wild, ele, and is known or ascertained to he a Pueblano. and En land will not interfere. I follows Urrea-it was Santa Anna him4 elf This sary. His excellency Jonathan Trumbnl! time ; ,t; 4

a weaving room in Nashua: Corporation Three Lour* bcfi>re the dawning his condemnation is sure. therefore that Austria powerful in population time, to the great dismay ofthe government, elder who was then governor of the State of ; ,

during the hot weather of August found that Time father roused b.t cbiid:! ( 'ordora.-A small walled and garrisoned and resources.at peace with the world I Valencia deserted it, sided with Santa Anna, Connecticut on whose judgment and aid the i

I ome girl had thrown yarn, entangled on some Her daily morsel hritwrinc, town, t through which t the road pa ss. Beyond having nothing of importance to do, and being and contributed much to his success. general placed the greatest reliance, remark. i

spools, out of the window. Not knowing tvho The darksome. rOn I** pared Puebla the road is good till it reaches the on the borders of Italy. also. intend to I Th,1 IJ'"C is S oorroot llioucli perKapa nn .J. __ ...0 .,....-.i U IKvtUva JU..lL.U. UU .ma
And The hell i i"
did it, notwithstanding the terrible heat nndsunl My! crie.hapless darling, rilling.: mountain of Cordova about midway between maintain its influence over all Italy, and in imperfect sketch of the career of one of the the subject. The general did so, and tht i .f

catingly bad air, he punished the innocent Lsh the former' and the city of Mexico, where the I particular, the Papal States But these new most successful generals in Mexico. Touching governor was successful in supplying many ot' ,:
(Pather, I'm but
with the guilty by having all the windows I srarce can tip reach wtar" accent is very rugged; : and steep, though without i and unexpected but admirable movements of i Valencia's personal appearance nothing the ami)'. When difficulties:after arose, and J::

closed. .Such a cour.e tlU..l dl'iotrotht' And long. the wa\ and dreary defiles. Near the road, at the f foot of thismountain the new Pope aro calculated to awaken a I flattering can be said. Though not much a. I the army was spread over Ihe country it It

best constitution as any one would necessariiv Oh, carry me once Core.. passes the Rio Frio, or cold river, i spirit of independence in Italy, which will in ;flove the middle sit?, he is coarsely and awkwardly became a h\wor' 'we must consult Brother i..

conclude, when it' is known that f forty. To twtp us we've no mlM which has its rise in tlc neighboring mountains I I time rid itself of the influence of Austria, and I: made. His complexion is swarthy' Jonathan.' term Yankee is still applied tl

sixty, and often one hundred girls are employ} They And ki'll'd you ban m> little. emploj brotb'ei;,- of Popocatapeti, 17OOU feet above the place the power and! influence of the See of' hi! aspect scowling. Yet, in his case, the to a portion, but 'Brother Jonathan has now IIi;:

ed in one room. We wish to be conservative Like him f'i work and die level l of the sea. A woik on some of the I', Rome on a free and liberal hack" corresponding face i is nl)a correct index of the mind. However become a designation ofthe whole country, a lo1;

-we are charged: with being: too much so, ''IutWI" Her wasted form heights i of Popocatepetl would commaLd the .I with the enlightened spirit of the times.It repulsive his features Valencia is not so John Bull has for England.: ;.

pray our Legislature to correct these evils Tbf load tva< n.me. leut nohit.-; road. ,! is i a great eflort, this liberal movement of I in his manners. Ho is kind to his officers Pressure of: the Sf.-If a piece of g.1

at least partially.The The stifii-rer he kept soothing After leaving the iiountain of Cordova the I the new Pope, as a civil ruler, and even free I and is partial to the society of foreigners. which floats on the water be forced woJ a !t1

effect of over-working i is! well tlescri. Til'at the miltht' part. road is good( and unob.tnicted, with ple-ity of I, government will wish him success, and public That he is i&cted'ith the vice of gambling, great depth in the sea, the pressure ofthe surrounding ,

bed in the appended article by the Boston As to her frame i she Lc crept, water to the city of Mexico. Fur stvcral opinion everywhere sustain him.-JV. Y.Sun. is a fact and is to be lamented. But to nine liquid: will be forced into the pores -t-i

Traveller's English: Correspondent. Though And with this thong le beat her. miles 1 before reaching that city the road is delightful I tenths of the officers of the Mexican army, a ofthe wood, and so increase its jwcight that .

it hails from Old England; our system of too And lurl le1 as hc \sit : parsing 1)1\1 parallel canals and like stigma attaches.-X. Y. Courier. it will no longer be capable of floating or rising i
hours work, is rapidly hastening us to ; rows of Lombardy poplars. THE MEXICAN GENERAL VALENCIA.
many Alas what hours of horror 1 CAMPAIGN. to the ce. Hence the ti i.bcr of :
an equally! miserable state of thing*. Let all Made up her latest tla\ The Lake of? Teeziru-This lake commences The recent advices from .Mexico mention TiE ..IfrC.XRIY : ships, which slr have foundered in the deep part : ''

read it. In toil, and pain and sorrow, on the right of the road near the city, .nto I the arrival in the vicinity of San Luis, of General The Adjutant General of tho r S. Army ofthe ocean. never rise again to the surface, .

Loxnox, December, IS 10.I The* slowly as (la".1 away weaker, which its waters are carried by a canal, the I Valencia, at the head of eight thousandmen. rnakcs the following the report condition to the Secretary ofthe American of. I I like those which have sunk near the shore.- ( i
H"I'd. War
I latter serving also to drain thegutters, Arc. ., This force will certainly b; a valuable giving present I
had closed December_ parcel of letters Tll threads the oftener broke, A diver may with impunity plunge! to certain 1
s\heels ran quicker, into the lake. The so-called lake is a large addition to Santa Anna's army, inasmuch as Army in campaign :
TI.t rapid cf the but there U limit !;
for the Traveller, when a friend directed my has l been depths sea ; a beyond ,
The in :Mexico augmented
And Ledvicr tell the stroke. long irregularly shaped basin hal-I a portion of it has been raised in the mining army
attention to a long report of a large meeting and'cr. I during the by recruits and detachments of which he cannot Ii.e under the pressure to :
The sun had IODJ d.4ecmIded, low, containing numerous small! islands districts of Guanajuato, which are inhabited year
For the it
held at Leeds on the subject of the f factory system I drawn from various and which be i is subject. same reason '1 L"
hut night no and covered of wild ducks. bold and hardy class of men. That Don regular troops
and the Trn Hours' Hill.' brought repose; by myriads The by a of twelve pints volunteers. is probable that there}is a depth at which the :1
Her day began and water"ait's Valencia the commander of these by numerous regiments :
cndt depth! of with the season ; in the Gabrie fishes have, according to .
That:: report is so important, embodying as As cruel rants cannot li\e. They
months the basin is filled and then it eight thousand men, is one of the best Gene
it does the most frightful fact respecting the At lencth a little r ihbr rainy he doubted. Santa The} land forces employed in prosecuting the Joslin, been caught in a depth at which they Jj i
rals in Mexico, cannot
the of
cruelties suffered by the factory operatives of Her halfpenny she paid, assumes appearance ( a large lake. Being estimated follows must have sustained a pressure of eighty tons :
England. that 1 have re-opened Ill,)" despatches To take.her lact t (hour 1.01.. the receptacle of all the drainage from the Anna has. late')" appointed him his second in war may be as : to each square foot of the surface of their bod- \;&
Wtil. b\ her frame she city it i is filthy. The canal from the city in command : and he would not have done Regulars.In b
to enclose! another short letter.I very the field! ], officers and men, including ies.
another letter! referred to At la-t, tlwcnzine ceasing* passes; through it, fed by I its waters five or six this had he no entertained the highest opinion ;
have already The t''i.Int.hwneward ni h'd ; miles in a south east direction to the small of Valencia's abilities. general statr 0,013 A Glorious 1)i.ccurcry-Ancst/zer Portrait of .I

two cases of death from starvation, and alsoto ; She thouiilit her stn l cth ijHrcamigTtvas fort of Chalco at the extreme margin (If the I The biograply Valencia is not devoid of Troops at under orders to join Sliaksjicarc.-We I learn, on the authority of 1

the condition of factory; children. Facts She Mr,hutt but 111 she.pirl'j tarried tlusLed.; basin in that direction. The canal is used for interest lie was horn about the year 1.1-!> I tIl army, 1,095 the London Builder," that a picture, believed 4'' f
have been brought t"liht by su men
lately : ; ni Recruits for tho seat of 762
I en route war, the best be
intothe and of respectable Though Valencia en- by judges to contemporary
that She felt rise uu noire transporting produce city, forpleas- parents. ; : 4 :
as the Ashleys* Oastlers and l'\"r.d Till, bIlf ,."rad"- carried, (excursions ill gondolas, cVc. tered the army at the usual age, his advance portrait ofthe great bard, has come into the : iJ
han astonished the public, anti meeting are She reId 1.1 UthtiVdoor.All Ut City of Mcjiro.-Like all other Mexican ment was not vhat would be called rapid.- Aggregate regulars in campaign, 5.173I possession of the excellent Bishop of EI't}

being hold in all the great manufacturing nitfht with tortured f In cities this has walls ali houses of stone, with I Nor, indeed, dkl he evince, at the outset of I Volunteers. It was found in an obscure broker's

towns to promote the UcCC'S of Ten Hours'Bill. .lIe w tohd his !| ; ruofs, I'' is uell paved a four i I his career, any peculiar aptitude for the profession I In the field! 15,745; where nothing could be learnt of its previous .
.' as the only! immediate relief if partial ,rh.l. close besidf her kneeling.She fat \ ; gutter : At for California, .66Agreg.mte ti-
!, of the operative.At C.cn knew him cot. nor Mailed. wide passes through the centre of each i of arms. It was not till 1839, that the I : sea, I history. I has no name on it but**cleaning ::
Valencia before the public as has made apparent in one part Et 39, ,
covered broad name came
street stones
factor* by : flag ,
the recent large meeting at Leeds, Oa t. Aailibe Her last perceptions. ringi"tried, ble at ure. All the gutters are rlmo\'e. : that of a genera of talent-and then under the I volunteers in campaign, 16,511 1603," which agrees with the age of Shakespeare 'I .,:t

ler made a powerful and thrillingly! eloquent \Vhel. Irom her strawl,springing, into the pea canal or lake The ha crailwc: following circuustanc.es! : The regular! force on active field service iscomposed in I that year. ".,t.
city mnanvlarge
speech.! He referred in glowing terras to the .'7i', tuar .'' thf thriiLtd, end Jud and Churches other !! In the year list mentioned, Urrea and Me- : tit the following regiments : Thejudgnient of those who have examined "
strong ali great
fad condition of th" m'-rtlisr and her infant That night a chariot pass'd her, buildings, easy converted into fortresses. jia, two gener'of note, pronounced t for Fedr.rati I Itt Dragoons, companies, ; ) ) 1."-83 the picture, and that of the Right Rev. Bi h'I1. t =l
when the former was forced to the factory.. WhH.on the ground she lay, i its walls wcre' and mounted with 1; the department of Pue- :J do, 111 ito .: 5 acknowledge a full! belief that a most r !
After Mating the amount of misery she had to The dau'l UT,ot her master repaired cannon 1 ht ArtilLery. companies: C09'1'd in the
I Santa able has been made resuscitation i
and well it could make formidable : lila at the head of nine hundred) i discovery
An cveiiius S I.i? > ; a rl'n. do. !f dlt i
endure at home hit said emphatically : j'i garri'nlc : 2 =( ,. Y. True Sun.AN '
tlie and being I ; of this :
mothers shall no longer be f forced to do more Thi-ir tender I."rr.e.,-'t sinhiicAs f'sistance to oeseijjers.During I Anna was then President wi interim ; I .J,1 d.}, I do" r. ) |IKrtrlt.- .
negro wroiiiwere told ) the festival which partial to Valencia, he assigned; to him ; 4th S sb.1st .
than able-bodied mothers !- days are s'ers'mmunierus cl J Ono CUSTOM.-Dr. Herniz says it is :t\
an While thf white
he shuddered whil he mal.thought Tie of it, but he Who cal"r! their'lan'U"lather *; in;! the hacit'ncat for; twenty or thirtymiles I the task ,quelling the 1,0h.! With twelve. I: Int"ntry. 4.companies 1s2t1 customary in Japan to give to the child, with
1,11 not than hundred men amlli'e or six pieces of artillery do. 0 do. G7 i
around send into the city less
.... I religious a new name II I
had what he about to -rl.etlmlhen It i ic needless add word to do. d,. 3194th appropriate ctem'mies ,
\ to a At Acajeta
Sf'el his misMon.
tip.em. of time Valencia started on (
10,000 mounted peasantry better class, do. lTG. at three difFerent periods of his life, viz : ,vhen.
of England; in a Christian country, It embodies' the history of t poor, forty from he encountered I 33.I .,oS ,v
by hundreds and thousands are forced in the most expert horsemen. They are courageous a village mill lueLla .th do 6 do. at the ages of thirty: days, seven days, seven
their infants in their emaciated, dying orphans all skilful in the. u.e of the lance, lasso and the insurgents and a "atic ensued, fh (10. 4. do years and fourteen years. After the latter "

morning cradles!-! dosed to t'a\'t by Godfrey's sucking Cordial to keep A. NEW F.Mi.AM>r.n. machete, which is a !large and 'heavy knife.- which at first looked well f for the latter.- 'tl d do",). r do.do. f 35"II periods, the Japanese who is so lucka to {:.

Nothing would be than for the Though deficient in cannon and cavalry, they ( obtain office under his
them last asleep till they returned at noon to '. inst. more necessary Rifle; J> companies; 6; G65Company an g\"enment,changes ., tJI
.1 i ofValencia's
From ttit \' } < 'd did wonders twice gained tho centre regiment
I COnmocal rtllT. adrcs to forth into the of the ; and his
suckle them, when another dose of that slow l go principal of engineer soldieu.1 71Rerruits 1 I name again, ing name ; r rt
poison was administered to make them sleeptill I APPROACH TO TIlE CITY OF lrIO. cities, particularly! Puebla and Mexico, !, position, and chased his artillerymen en route, 7 5'i 762 t at every change of his office. This change ':l
I elevate their the from their guns ; but at length their line I makes the labor ofthe historian in the
night (Loud cries of* hhamc, shame ) Iramarc1 to the Mexican capital from Vera crosses ali appeal to bigotryof ; .3S3 tracing
If and would j as starting j point, i is determined the population! to rally an immense force faltered-obser\inr which, Valencia: hllch- I E I life of an usurper, fur instance, through his ,
accompanytim .
any, he one would disputed point out to him hundreds of,' on by the great military sages Washington, of bold, active and do-perate len, who would I ed against them reserve cavalry, and finislud I The volunteers employed in the war various changes of name a very difficult task.

all. He had we have an interest in what is make fierce resistance to an invasion. And i in his f livor this woll-fought battle ; a sist of twenty-seven regiments and two con-I this custom should be adopted in our country,
such That was not 1t
the mothers ca'es. in the milU-their breasts boiling 1(1 to ,al encountered on the knowin.. following i if invaders should force their way in, assassinations battle wherein two-thirds of the combatants. I panies, of five regiments are ca\aJryor would in some cases prove a great benefitto
: by the hands of so were and wounded. The Federal leaders ed men, and twenty-two infantry, except a part the office holder the if the
over with milk that milk oozing from the itinerary, as it may be called, has been many expert mur kil.d % more especially
I! would soon make fearful inroads their all was lost, fled from the field.- (If one battalion! of'winch two of the companies of his former life could bo with
naked l*>som, and mingling with the sweat, i nride up from authentic sources, and is believed dert'r on well mounted and one of tho best I I acts forgotten
Urrea, are arlilel. I the Better still would it be lithe
the mothers' breasts the to be accurate. nUfcrs. I frl name. par.
dropping from upon Mexico! distanced his ; I it by thestatemnemit
horsemen pursuers On September, appears '
factory floor Where was the man "lH hada rt'r Cruz.-The city of Vera Cruz i is walled ty now calling themselves whig, could only
INFLUENCE OF AUSTRIA IN (ROME. and after riding two hundred miles without then submitted to the Secretary of
when succeed in office
round with fort each of the change name they
if hewas at extremity
him ,
asked a
wife or a daughter; he not to change his horse, reached I War that the volunteer force in the field ((12
Christian not be, iudl'cd-he asked water front : the walls on the hind side arc The Catholics, and indeed all religious denominations stopping, except for that would onl) be once in very longtime.As .
a I in this the sea-coast in safety.t was not so months men) amounted to 23,101, officers and
are looking with lI'jia
country it is
for have they vary thr Japanese custom by
him not if he was civilized-he only asked loopholed musketry. Parapet guns dragoons
ho by soiuo exclusive of the officers and stafTprovided
interest to the result of the liberal demunstnitions fortunate ; was men. general often de. .
been mounted the great changing their names as they are s
of in i him recently on was.
bun if he had the nature ; Tht a
lan order ot'Sammta Anna.
the This force
and shot for ,
I I the by irregular troops.
making by new Pope and feated in Presidential contest.
where was he that would him. when city walls arc very thick, of coral rock ; the a
oppose the was a Frenchman, is does not exceed 10,500, if
the excellent reforms he in the Amongst prisoners seen, now
he only wished to reduce that" woman's labor walls of the houses art usually 2J feet thick, I many and condition of the proposes Papal States. who had fought valiantly during the atiouI.- (tho data upon; which the strength of the army The Workings of Want.-Some time ago j
flit. Each house has cistern government
out of the twelve ? and the are a
two hOUr which had befallen Me considerable warmth feeling was shown in '
I Some have doubted the sincerity of Pope Pi.I Reserved for the f fate is based be loll> correct. ,
Is not such a statement enough to force or cistern of rain water. The city is I ra"1) of in reference I
us IX., and do not believe that he is in jia, ho was takl'l to the place execution, Distribution Army in Campaign. the British House CormoJJ
tears of blood out of a pirate's eyes ? \\'JlI well paved.. friend of Italian I Ii which happened to be near a ravine. There Army under command or orders ofMaj.Gemi. lothe employment of women and girls underground
liberty-that ex necessitate
'be I believed in the nineteenth I From Vera Cruz to Maim.-About! ten ,
such a for in coal and other and
stat"1eut i he still bend the influence of his left him for while to prepare ; TavlmirBegmilar : miles, a la\
must Austria captors a
? word i is a living; ; fact that miles from ( Cruz is a 4JOO() yards ;
century .trC"ar which he enacted A j
the prohibitory recent
J"crJ 'r his intended draw death. Whilst seated on grass, troops, 5,603 ""a t1Icrf01
measures are to around
will live till judgment, to En l:1d'ldi5rce. wide, crossed] at a ferry in scows, or I by swimming tlhat the friends expected would soon bo reddened with his //i route to .Mexico, 931 explosion in a coal pit near Manchester re.

horses over. The next stream about :HOmile.s all supporters ofillralprin. the ravine. Hope .62Regulara the fact, however, that women are stillemployed
the Roman the Frenchman saw Recruits route, n'alee
in States CM .
Mr. Fevrand followed :1 r. Oastler. and r'-1 from Vera Cruz, i is fordable, and is also I ciples disband and disperse them.; Hut by acts degrees of the boo within him-he had still a chance of and tu"J disguise themselves in

ferred to th louder ,
Pontiff speak jirty'rxsion.c/ and the escape .
dren! read extracts from speeches in Parliament I ( A'tw, (the King's bridge) all the nn- !
Ir 'S.
a\; the few minutes of ha.ct'xpiredalread 10,926 ployment. .j1
Il which- I peculiar character of the times is inimical to I ly. Already respite Volunteer troops,
Sir father, in I I bridge. Near it on the right; is an eminence '
xvas nohl'r PteJs at one time employed ', of about GO feet, on which is a fort, all intrigues. The Pope has permitted two the soldiers were approach- Bonaparte once, at a party, placed himself
i acknowledged of principles to be established lug where he sat-so, .springing; to his feet, Aggregate, 19,332 before and beautiful and
in his completely] commanding the and journals lilcrl directly a witty lady,
J orphans approach
one thousand kidnapped the ravine and without waiting : Wool charged with
I' he towards Under! Drig. Gen. ,
the ran "
at Ilom<>-one English laiiguageandImas I Madam, I don't like women i
factories Sir Feel is now enjoying I bridge.! !aidC"alltpty.
loler its depth with his plunged the conduct of a separate division : '*
S to measure
the children earnedIorhi I between theee bridges" !and Jalapa, the road encouraged the conductors to speak. the _. WW 1 eye. uIL to pltics. .You are very
money poor inside. He was saved lie nau roueu, rather Regular 621 "
troops "
truth and fearlessly all reforms she but in
several right, general, ; a conn-
I heights from which the ad'.pale
father Mr. Fevrand, in an energetic I I passes lear of tho chasm 2.039
than fallen, to the bottom Volunteers,
which do not militate the orthodoxyof where beheade.1 is natural .
women arc ,
and elyquont speech went into particulars of i natives can annoy on the road. succeeded try i
j the Church. This i is an important and and was so little hurt that he soon 2,660 should desire to know the I
this kidnapping system. I can find room fo I City of Jalala.-This city stands on very fundamental demonstration of liberal principles (concealed by the underwo in creeping out Under Hrig. Gen. Kearney, chargedwith reasn.
only an extract. He said that the factory. elevated many miles the as. end, whilst were lookingfor the conduct of a separate division Frailties.-All men have their frailties.'I .- ;
and sincere conviction. Then he has at one soliers '
ysiem wa nursed into its present mighty I cent is quite gradual. From the city'era favored for railroad him at the other I in New Mexico and California : As I grow older," said Goethe, the poet, I
power kidnapping the orphan children Cruz is visible, as is also the bea, 90 miles u proposition a throughout Valencia obtained much eclat by the way Regular 446 become more lenient to the sins of frail hu.
the dominions and troops
Papal ,
through the whole of England ; and so cager'ere I distant. The city itself upon a high hill- another projected to lenghways which : in which he handled his troops at Acajeta ;- Volunteer 3,546 manity. The man who loudly denounces 1 '
the manufacturer in the I highest in the centre, so that the streets in- who ascri. He knows much of crime .
master competition were not wanting 1,992 always suspect. to
the late Pope denounced. Hero we have though persons
to obtain th un, that they literally con. I cine considerably, BO much so that of no wheel- another effort to tend the area of liberal bed the merit of tho ,'ictor to Minon, commander Aggregate force employed in the field, 24,994 who denounces u fellow creature unheard-a

seated to take one idiot in the score! (Groans.) can pass along any them, except principles, by all classes of the cavalry. government Of this force ((24,934)) 8.4T3 are of the reg. knowledge which can only be obtained by
The children bought by the manu.iacturers the main street, or road, whirl has a concentrating commerce and volunteers. The hypocrit always strives s
poor were and productive labor, nearer the capi. however, regarded Valencia a gainer ular army, 16,51 criminality itself
and sold by the overseers to the va- I considerable rise and descent. city is tal. We have then the which threw the battle in question, and the government of! The achievements ofevery division and bat. to divert from his own wickedness,

nous parishes throughout England This surrounded by a wall, and has a strongly built the prison doors lo all amnesty political offenders a country is the best judge.of the merits of talon in the field have nobly sustained the by denouncing unsparingly: that of others.lie .-

WM not hig assertion ; he would give them Churc. near the Western gate which could open which at once restored thousands of intelligent ;. those whom it employs. The ten or twelvemonths of the regular army... In the day of thinks lie shall seem good'a exact ratio

Uw authority of members of Parliament at the b into a citadel. The streets are I. intellectual! citizen to their homes and that succeeded the battle of Acajelu, battle tho efficiency and skill displayed only as he makes others seem bad:
time. On the 3d of April, 1616 Mr. R. Gor- paved. The houses, as in other Mexican .



., --- -
i u -- -- -
-- -- ? who dressed in flowing robes of House, I bare told -
EL ------- Court, were anrrDo'T
3 --- -- -- --- -tbe that -me yoo
- - made,
I: Late and Important from the Army- of ammunition to be forwarded immdi tly.1 that your stock is driven out of their well recommended any change was and carefully laid black silk, and a few officers of Ihe army and nary ere the Lieutenant Gnerl

probability of another Battle. The express from Sal i 0 arrived at Monterey known range-that Indians are found on it- the Banner itself be r move We have no in their uniforms all were clothed in the plain The house are debating the Bin jfr

"rh. on the evening of day Gen. Taylor left that they are out of their boundary-and that away among the archives of th Sate. and becoming habiliments of American: citizens. gan, of Alabama, made a good speech :D

; i We copy the following from tbe New Orleans that place! for Monte Morales, on his way to the State ought to send them out, if the General objection to the present motto, it i is far from originalhowever Among the auditory were to be seen many ladies. slavery question is i mixed np with the toay dEbte o

He had rmde miles notI but the exultation and I rash in reference all : Dargan told them if the )
Delta of tho 4th instant Victoria. probably tl'r) Goyermentvi The sermon had a powerful' effect upon present today "I.
iI :- from with his for the sanguine the Governor wi do i to it in the Sentinel i is only for vulgar minds to con- in in in Ihe territories
** ;Monterey army and i is worthy of reprint every paper very (onqlet was passed ,"
The U. S- Edith
barque CptinCuiar occupation of Victoria, but this intelligence something ; in the meantime shall nothing template.So the Union, whether whig or (lemort. A train ol Southern soldier ami ofe would, en rtceiflonews

&lI arh.cd last evening, from Urals will no doubt cause a counter movement to to injure or molest them, only take far as it refers to us, we have only to reply that more than three hundred carriages composed the of it, throw away his arms, and leave tfo I r*

1* 29th ult. The Edith encountered sustain Monterey and Saltillo. back our the motto of LMEX woes FAIRE," or "Miaa- mournful which followed the remains of1 lition incendiaries to fight the battles Tie Sooit.*

.d. fresh gales from the southward and eastward 1 do not speak certain, but think Gen. Taylor own.Yours in haste lone," has been the standing motto of the Floridian the lamentad procession Barrow to the Congressional Cemetry. I, in danger. The Northern politians and .

during her passage. We are indebted to the T. H. CRANE. I ince its first commencementmore than fifteen years alitiO'.*
can meet Santa Anna with GOOO, and not of the capsizing of the U. are dettrmled to excite Ihcm with I his .
Captain, Capl. Todd of Texas, and Mr. John childish remarks of the The melancholy news q nlOB._
t_ T. Delap for the following items of news. more, as a portion of his force, under Generals Tax on Tea and CoflTee. and will so continue, States brig Somers, and of the loss of thirty-nine of I The slavery restriction wi paw. If it d.lak

41 Patterson and PilloW has been withdrawnfrom by a reference to :proceeding Sentinel notwithstanding. her officers and crew, was received here a day or my prediction : no Southern vote will be &i"D
seen Hil
By this arrival we learn that Gen. Scott I\\i b I I 11
hero to hold Tampico. nothingof of letter war, or for a cent afte rwards. The
and the IVhlgi. with Ihe a Seulb'
voted favored -
and suite had started for the mouth of the of Congress that the Whigs in a foxfy against Tle'Mexcnar two since. I was perusal .
tbe defences Saltillo but Worth is there '
Rio Grande on the of the 29th nil. the recommendation of Mr. Secretary Walker to tax !I We are not in the habit of using epithets either from Dr. "Wright, surgeon of theSe to one I' ling to extend the Missouri Compromise of "36 'v,
:: morning and what an man can do he can and will. the chairman of the : individuals to those whose ta3te inclines and will see also the efficient but not a foot further; and. if from .
It not known how far he would proceed ) Tea and Coffee (whose letter to II to or patties ; of your SnatoT you .cude |I&co
; From last Gen. had not
.'- :: \I the river, but was generally believed reports Wol yet Committee of Ways and Means of the House will be i them to it we leave this little work. Our opponents reports of the particulars of the loss:in to-day's pa- : queifd country, le the Yankees win it bv tbejp .
Worth and
formed with Gen. it is
k .t up that Camargo was i his destination. Captain junction I whether; he found below,) to raise revenue for I the support of the i i almost univrsly. characterize the democratic per. This Somers was an iIatel This is : or and patriotism. The South should b prep rj.
thought by some
.t( Wayne has been transferred from the sisflof would be able to form problematical one, in of war. I wil'be remembered that in 1S11 and M 2, party as Loco Foros This epithet is nttcrc-d Ihe third of that das of brigs which have been called I I this question. WACAHOOTA.

Gen. Jcsup to that of Gen. Scott, and was to the advance of the placing consequence themselvesin in a time of profound peace,they voted for this very I I by the little inintl* among (them with great apparent .Coffins," that have been lost in a short time.- I The following beautiful lines were penned

4% accompany the latter on his tour of observation a position between enemy these two forces.I tax ; and in IS.I", when the country i is at war, and satisfaction to theraselvc I is designed by them She was named after the gallant Lieutenant Somers ROBERT JO.SELTN, of Mississippi. Jfr. J. &'
for its successful I to the dominant Why who blew himself and his crew up at Tripoli- Ilt
'. requiring the duties thus tobc as a term of reproach party. bars the
: am not advised of the route winter of 1311 and 13I" in our city for the
in the Quartermaster Gen.Voo1s it How i is this ? in a manly manner, speak of that party by (the rather (than become a prisoner to in?.
S. Great activity prevails : column will tako from Parras, thef fre prosecution, they repudiate not. many years ago provemcnt of his health He is well! and faT0r

.j General's Department since the nrriral can give opinion as to the accuracy of Perhaps some trend can cypher it out,and piove that name which they ascribe to themselves? Why not the Turks. S"mf was a Jerseyman a: well as known to our citizens. Besides being a poet ;

of Gen. who has returned from consistent and 'riotic. Sinceso speak of them as the Democratic party ? Would our clf, and I learn from your immediate section of oUi&b
.; Jesup, just reasoning ; but one thing is certain, we are the whigs!are vry pi > I merit, we are proud to know that Mr. J. is jw[
i visit to Matamoros. much objection has U-en made to this tax. it i is they not do well in this instance at least to copy the Stat i jitto be regretted that the vessel baring I a
.. : on tho eve of important events, and 1 think by I patriot. He is a member of the Marshall Guard,
** Numerous rumors were afloat about the the next arrival Mull chronicle to matters proper to state: that a2.1 per cent. ad valorem dUI,1 Democratic example and speak and reason against his name could not have been preserved to the I I volunteer company in The lines *

.I advance of the Mexicans from San luis PaL of stirring interest.We JOt would l he an average mix of one cent and a / principles rather than try the indecorous and ugly service. Though a vessel, beautiful model, ant avery I written on the occasion of luilo the death and burial 1n

',- losi, and the general impression among the will sco what we shall sec. a pound of Coffee, and five cents and a third on a I I practice calling hard and opprobrious: nameIt !- I fast sailor, since the crud murder of young I I one of his comrades : a

passengers of the Edith is, that a great battle pound of Tea. I might soften (their tempers, aid reason and Spencer on board of her through the ccstacy of BURIAL OF VOLUNTEER.With .

has bern fought a Saltillo between our arrayand FROM SALTILLO. The Icttcrof the Secretary of the Treasury i is a I would be a decided improvement in good manners. fear," of her commander, it has been prophecied (that i slow and measured TIE tread we bore

: g Santa Anna's forces. It was the imprt-s From one of the 1(1'rl which we have re- bold and manly expression of his opinion'- Wo r-I: The democrats, however well they know, that Ihe : such would be her fate ; and may have not hesitated Our,comrade to his resting place,

-I sion at the Brazos that Gen. Taylor ould ceivcd from tho Army since our last publica- pet the indication given by the vote in House n"p.; principle nf the men o/7G have not been always i to say that if her former commander had gone down I On Santiago's barren .shore, .

z be able to join Gen. Worth before the enemy lion we Iar that Taylor's light battery and but it will l he seen the \otc is.but one Indrec ; honored by you, yet in courtesy( and because you :. with her it would have been but a just and righteous For And the sorrow sat and on stout every of face frame- 1

.13 reached Saltillo. A rumor was current thai Lieut. Kcarnv's company of the 1st Dragoonshail fifteen! a majority of only three of the whole Home- : prefer it, (how long will jou choose it ?) they( universally judgment) *God's providence. When she was lost .And fearless young Ileat had fallen low, t

'-. : Santa Anna had thrown forward a force of arrived at SaltilJo. Kearney's company Doubtless the vote will be regarded by some as a. gi i e you your cognomen-'\ ig. That you : she vas commanded by Lieutenant Semmes, who Without a chance for battle fame I I

_;I 17,000 between Saltillo and Gen. Taylor started out on a scout on the 13th: December. rebuke of Ihe Secretary ol the Treasury.. The \\lli3i I are whig f 1 principle may well b denied. Who served in Florida in ':4'-7-". and lost th steamboat Before his arm could reach the foe. :

-*' with the view of cutting; oil the latter's ap. The same letter, which is from a responsible will chuckle greatly and hold it up as an indicationof I eter heard of a whig opposing his country, and giving : Izard at the mouth of the Withlacoocbe( when-tak We thought how soon a kindred fate I

\. :-I proach, but it was not cTcditel1 source, that a Mexican who arrived the decreasing popularity of the administration.It i comfort if not aid to its enemy ? I this not the ing General Reid up that river with! provisions for I A lingering and rmhonored death, i

"-.* Gen. Butler, with had left from San Luis, on\the 12th December, reported is not so. I i!only an indication that tin re are j case with a portion of the piesent whig party ? We General Call's army. Great credit is given to the The That boldest!life soldier mi ht await, t

Monterey to join Gen. Worth. Gen. Lane that Santa Anna had left that place fur the some dough (ace in Congress who are afraltluf their have eter thought and believed that the term Fed- officers of the British French and Spanish men of \ hushed hung"3 every trembling lip and on each wildS -breath. f fnIJ

<(i.;* left Camargo on the 20th, and Gen. Marshall capital.Our. popularity, and afraid of th people In other werd eralism" would tiuly indicate the principles of the war lying off Vera Cruz, when the Somers up.t..- lately loud with mirthful speech "
S.;::. $. 'set out the next morning with the remainder correspondent informs us that the sick they! know their own want of merit and have little tf-talrll.hig' party. Do not intelligent men remember I Their officers and crew forthwith volunteered to go As heavily, file ale file, 1

; I of his troops, leaving only Capt. Hunter and list of Gen. Worth's division was very small. confidence in the people. We may venture to say that during the war of 1St?, a federal junta I in their boats through the open sea in a terrific gale Moved the sandy beach.

:: f Capt.Svvartwout with their respective com- lie adds that the! early occupation of Sal that the people of this State will not su"lal any nun ; declared that it was unbecoming a moral and reli- to (Ihe rescue of those who were floating on the sparsof We Ila1el. and, with heaving brtbt.

;V mands to protect that point. An attack was hIlt has been a fortunate ono for the Army, who i is opposed to the present righteous war with 1 g otis people to rejoice at the success of our arms ?- the vessel amid the surf. I i is to be hlpec that .\ \ ( lifeless burden bow'd, !
Then bid the cold clay down to rest, J
._ ,1; daily expected, on this place at last accounts. as fir as supplies were concerned. The quartermaster Mexico, brought on by Mexico hft"lanc who will i.. And new mark Ihe propinquity between federalismof Congress will express their appreciation of their The soldier's blanket for his '1

.'k 'Thc last intelligence from Gen. Wool and commissary had laid in a sufficient .aid! and comfort the enemy" by withholding supplies I 1S12 and whicgery of 'HI. Let a single fact il- chivalrous conduct, in a proper manner.I The moon shone brightly on hi shrnu grate,;

-S f says he was within ninety miles of Saltillo, supply of flour and corn to last Worth's and mocking his o\n country in the struggle, to I lustrate. On the 20th October last a resolution promised you a day or two since a memorandum As hurriedly we }(f the spot,

.**' and doubtless joined Gen. Worth in ii.ne to division six months, and they were daily increasing gratify personal hatred or ;party feeling What will vas offered in the Legislature Vermont (a mighty in relation'to: the project contemplated by the And Seemed plaintively Ihe for sounding his ware: lot. .
the moaning hapless
:} assist in repelling enemy. the stock. these people tax .'-how \il! they raise money?-bylaws ; Whig State) to the following purport : Administration, for the appointment of a Lieutenant

.. I Col. Clarke Military Governor of Mata- __. n __ __ or will they contrib'IIt? Let President Polk, I I .Mr. Vilas presented the following joint resolution General. for the army in Mexico. The facts, it is TITLES OF ACTS.

.; t moros, had made a requisition for an addition! TIfE 'JJORIDIltN. if they refuse issue his proclamation asking the :1 rumored, are thus : No sooner was General Scott Second General Assembly, 18 I C.
al force of for the protection of'that the Senate and House of
I: Representatives
I flP.5OrePy -
troops people of this to make donations for the war, I'l ordered to take the command in Mexico
Canalcs was hovering about the neighborhood -_-- -- country that both( Houses meet in joint assembly( supreme An act to provide fur the election of electors of
r'' and Florida will send her quota in thirty da\9.Ve OT Wednesdaythe P M., lo I than. manifestations of dissatisfaction were expressedin President and Vice President of the United
force said number in.tat.j
a to two "LET ALONE. n'cnlk.
; f rancheros and cthVrs UI fc ah"mf.of our country when we read this \'olt. i'i offer! ur thanks; to Almighty rnl ( victorylately every quarter of the Union. His course towardsvolunteer I An act to amend an act relative to elections i tw

'2" .. thousand, comprising One fiom the United obtained at Monterey, in Mexico, by the Ame which know in th.
-, JO. 1517. a every person jn troops, you something; Statt
: who nave coucciea unuer ms orders % tLtm tim .UIIA JAsu.\n d..lar
iran Army under the command of General Taylor act to establish TaritTof Fees.
'- --- --- ---- would iiiillionsi it Mr. the Union I j
States, give twenty Try Florida, has created throughout a
,!-.. hope of plundering the city. The large supply : ,11 that the Rev. Chaplain of IhcS-natebe requested repugnance An act providing for the payment of
.: -t t merchandize deposited there, h.tlds out I, Appointment by Governor :\oscl)'. Polk. Florida will do her dul). : to address the Throne of Grace in prayer suited by surh troops to serve under him I was fees, and designating the mode of Solcto.
.r i the strongest inducement to the wounded I The Legislature. ha\ iiig adjourned \ilhout making The following is the letter ol the. Secretary : lo the occasion.'" I ascertained I hat those already in Mexico were deeply I same.

*.> ; honor of the Mexicans to attempt its capture. tine :appointment of Judge for the Southern Circuit, TRF.4"vRY DEPARTMENT, Dec. 21, ISlo. I I There could have been no objection. the impartial -: dissatisfied, at his sdcion. although no little di:9at-1 force An ac amenJator. of the criminal law now i

i All American citizens had been ordered to the Governor, on Monday la.", re-appointed Horft Sir : Permit me most respettfimlty to call your attention :: reader will at once say to this resolution under isfaction prevailed amongst them towards Gen. Tay An act relative! to costs in criminal 'I

.r enroll themselves for its protection. (;sotE W. MACKAK to the office. We. think thisa to the views submitted in my last annual report I any circumstances : yet true to (their principles ofplacing lor. In truth) except the veteran Gaines, the officers An to the acts relative cases.

must t judicious and (lie onlv one :, in regard to imposing duties on tea and cof.c. I their always in the wrong, the of the totally unfit to command ac in amen le"trl toproceedings 1 0
.It is exceedingly dangerous to venture 3PPinllclt I These duties were suggested: i in view of the necessity country ( regular army are
.'. from the city without an escort, as several \hid. should \ 1cn under luc circumstance of obtaining the loan therein proposed, and this whijs voted it down. Could human credulity have citizen volunteers They do not assimilate" I An act to provide for taking testimony i Chancery. -

; assassinations and murders had occurred in *. Ju 'ge M.. we learn, has been highly acceptable Department fls bound to communicate the opinion ,.eli\.rlhat there were hum.in beings in wide Ame- with (them ; they treat them as they do the common I I .

:J; the neighborhood of the town. in the Western Circuit, \\here he bat. presided entertained, it by it, that be, in the abinrt o these to duties negotiate rca: who rOllI/lor would refine to thank (:OD for regular srildiersand even worse. The history of the I I An the act Supreme to amend Court an act of entitled the State.of a Florida act to organize ," amid-

J.:: *' In reviewing all the intelligence brought j and is highly csh'cmf as an upright, honest \il loan probably on such wholly Irms as impracticable would be permitted -- the sa"" deliverance of his FAThER BROTHER, sufferings and privations:of(the gallant. volunteers in ', to amend certain rules adopte by said Court

; S and nf good Legal abilities: the le- I Itjui MOTHF.R.or SISTER ? Yet this Wino iI An act to of
by-thc Edith, leaves 3 painful anxiety for lan greater by Congress. same Legislature the Mexican war. last. !summer would be a mournful regulate holding Courts i
fur an acceptable Jud e. I Most did! refuse to do it For shame Federali" the Eatfr Circuit of Florida.An .
., f further intelligence from the Bio Grande. .tt! I respectfully m recital. Hundreds died from diseases neglected,and
___ _
act to of records
makecertificdcopies evidence.
The Alabama oiTthe Brazes the times Your obedient S'n.ant, ii: l"li was patriotism compared with( Federalism The wounded
: was at without medical aid. were
proper An act to amend the
Supreme Court-January Term, I WIT. R. J. WALKKR I several acts concerning Jlimi-
the Lllh left, ammi l will doubtless be detained The Supreme Court U now l fully or ani/.ed Judge Secretary of the Trca,ury. (/if \hi try in b !II;. Seeing and hcie.in this. bent home without proper attendance,and many died tations of actions.An .

:. definite than : wi'l tie evident that nothing but sheer good feel.ing line the banks act concerning Grand and Petit Jurors.A .
unti somthing more mere TMOM41 Dot:G1.A.., I'toidiug. Judges UALTZSLL, : lon James Mr Kay; Chairman of the I I I en the way. The graves of hundreds
can be bean from gallant Committee of Wavj and Means. inducts u* to call our opponents by their general law in respect to Corporations.
: rumor our army.We HAWKINS and MICRAK, Aj."ciatcs. The I"t. !,1.I of the Rio Grande: and the road from Camargo toMonterey.withiout An act in
await the result." chosen appellation of Whig. Let them change their I I respect to keeping United States pm
anxiously wtd he follow; ca-es hate 1t(1 argued : Volunteers for I i monument to distinguish their oners in the Jails of this State.
t Later.-Capt. Brown of the schr. Robert I, Tamp. I r action at lea t, and they may merit (the appellation.
Irvan? Joseph! Swan, Kx'er. of Joha are pleased to ( i upon I I resting place from that of the beasts that perish. ,, An act to amend an act to organize the Militia
Mills was informed by Capt. Todd, cf the Cwum 1. -t tr rti.ili.n We give further illustrations of the similarity : the State of Florida.An o
mih Disease it is said,was in engendered by
Oliver,argued and submitted January the 'e of this State for a of Volunteer i many (
'.,. U. S. .Army that Santa Anna at tho head tf I. EAtrut company : of' Federalism, when in the pr'de and sCI.r of its them to subsist act to regulate patrol within this State.
i their by forcing
Stephen I) Fcrandll rf. H. K. con. GO"rHr. *, lo the military post at Tampa in the' unnecessary exposure
occupy An act to amend an act to raise for the
15,000 was on his and withinfour ., it dared to own its name, with the conduct of 1 a revenue
; troops way &.c. 'for use. J.ltO Turin r, \\it of ei ror dismissed for place of the Regulars ordered to Mexico. has hen. power upon the most loathsome provisions biscuit fill State of Florida, and defining the of the assessors
t days of Salillo-and: that Genoth, (the whig p.irfy.novv flu-hed with some hope of future ;I cut(!
with wonmsand meat from putridity and
of 11. ed nauseous
I \itlt pioseculion January Prompt ly met. The company organized al Xew- colecor thertf.An
.; .: unable to maintain his ground against such James T. Aichcr, Assignee of Wm. II. FrancH, and elected the following: named persons success.Ve are glad that they have show the ,i and )et, in the hour of battle, these patriots were act to an act entitled an ac for the protection
: .. overwhelming numbers, was slowly falling r"1 nan'vilt. j I evireumfoot, berause the people sill\\ be warned in 1 other like not of the Fisheries on th coast of Florida.
Adl'rs. (If Duval, argued and submitted I to command viALLKX / : placed guarding baggage or sr\ice.
', .: back in the direction of Monterey ; and that Somucl. I I time, and guard against the encroachments of that Ihe officer j! An act to exempt from payment of capitationtax
January 1 11.Aimer O. JOJScos. Captain. I being in the estimation: of prejudiced regular certain therein named.
: Gen. Taylor in anticipation of an attack on let lo who have ever shown a" total want
:. ., M. R. Session-*, for ".e H. Sloop, r*. John c! C. COFIEE, 1st Lil'ulenan. i iVILtAJ power good troops. N"o sooner was the selection of An act more particularly to define who are retailers
that city, was fortifying it at every assailable of sympathy and respect for (the duly constituted of
Stephens, argued and submitted January .*>th. \ ) I to the chief command announced, than Ihe difficulty spirituous liquors.
It also stated that Gen. F.SIFR. Lieutenants.The < authorities of the Sol An act to allow oaths
point. was of administer
'. 'i Paterson I Eli r*. David Gartinan, on petition for rehearing J.NO.G. REARtxN J-d i iI country. People Flor-.j of procuring volunteers throughout(the Unionwas tax assessors to
who35 on hisi march from Camargo Ilrn ida. note these the i is in i in certain cases.
j t selecdon of officers i is The things- remedy your own !. crisis the President the
:' sulmll'; January .>. : very judicious. j felt. .\this seeing An in relation to Seminary and School Lands
made of the ac
to Tampico, being aware state I hands.
f' I .\. T. Cennf'l, r*. Oscar Filvau, argued and sub- conduct of Captain Johnson deserves particular com embarrassment which would ensue, called for the and for other purpose
of affairs had countermarched the division I -- -
,; milt January 11. ;.'mendation. He is the Senator elect from Hamilton THK: CATHOLIC ('iLt-Rc-Thia beautiful edifice advice of some of his ablest friends. That advice An act provide for the sale of the lands granted t
.. under his command, and was rapidly advan4 to the State for the of nal
Fraser and ,. Charles County in our Legislature. Immediately on learning in to appoint a commander-in-chief out of the purpose intl iprnmt.An
Philip Wife Willey thi was,
; r argued city, recently by fire, we understand -
cing, by forced marches, for dl.troyer I act directing late SherifTof 4
4 Monterey. and submitted! that his country needed mm for military service, re-"jlar \rm, and in whose impartiality and ability COUD
:,. From Fowler of(his January 13. is to be rebuilt. enlarged and beautified. We ty, to collect arrears of Taxes assessed for the na
a gentleman city, --
:f. -- he left the Senate chamber, mounted his horse, and that a considerable amount has been subscribed, our citizen; volunteers would have confdence. Again 1S45 and 1816.A ,

4.: who passenger in the steam-propeller THE U.MTF.D: STATLS COURT, for (the Distrioof used all his efforts to procure the company required.He and lear that.donations are promised from the connection another powerful consideration is that the tradeof nact relating to the duties of the Clerk of the

:. Virginia, and who left Saltillo on the 17th ( Fnrilb. Judge IRO! >M>N, presiding. i is Mill in succeeded ; and, as an appropriate testimonial for the regular officers being war, in the pursuit of Circuit Court, actin-j for the Counties of Orange and
other cities, a as by the church fund.
". ult., we have subsequently)' learned, tint previous flosiol, but will probably aljlur early unanimously elected to the chief i !\\1 fenf'ral distinction and St. Lucie.
1'xntk. his patriotism which they can acquire )
The fire it has been only gl.r An
.: to his hearing Gen. Worth's had certainly was en- act to provide for the re-establishment of the
,:" spies Se\tral casts referred from the Terriloral court command. Captain Johnson acquired distinction in tirelv the result of accident. their interest is less to conquer a peace than to win records ol the County of Columbia, and for other
;. come into camp and reported that Santa Anna have been, we learn, tried and determined. The .
our Indian war; and, from our intiaafe acquaintance -- -- battles, perform exploits, and yet not close the war.I purposes.An
: was within three or four days' march of Grand Jury to-dayutter presenting a {t. Frm Washington ( act to make the election in
num our
:. adjourned with him. we can say with truth aid will cheerfully 'onespndent learn the President will send his message on permanent precincts
;:. Saltillo, and rapidly advancing, at the head the County of Columbia, and to provide for the trans
of indictment
1"1 A general presentment was the result for the of our assertion, WASHINGTON, January J. l47. f i is said that Mr. Calhoun is violently opposed
rely upon proof ; Monday. mission
I of the books the .
to of Probate.An
of about 15,000 men. Gen. Worth immediately poll Judge
: made: highly complimenting the Judge and the ollicer \rw Year's Funeral of Senator
.. (that for bravery, discipline and military skill, he Jty BarrO-// to this measure and denounces it as a project act to extend the time of making election re-

'.'.: sent an express to Gen. Taylor, which nf Court. will have no superior, ,hether in t J'e regular or H.It]t Brig Sotner -The Litiilcflaimt-Generals/zip. to create a great military dictator, and it is also said turns in Monroe and Dade Counties.An .
:" reached him Victoria at 11 'k, i'. M., -- ----- -
: A New Year to Mr. Floridian. We j act to amend and
a o'co The Serulnoles. unteerarmy. happy you that most of the Southern Senators go with him, an act concerning roads high
t on the 17th ; and at 3 o'clock, A. M., the now in force in this State.
nNt have and ways
a happy bright a looking day as eversouthern
From information derived the Hon. gay from State both
through I learn that are
cd Arol though your
; day, Gen. Taylor despatched two regiments, \\e are not di"jo to create unnecessary) alarm, sun, and (he most cloudless cf An act lo repeal an act therein named.
J i the Kentucky and Tennessee volunteers to hut we are i.uile bine but that we are lo have Jernigan, Representative from Orange County, we -D.erican considered as an exception on (this question. An act amendatory to the several acts incorporating -

4 reinforce Gen. Worth at Saltillo intending difficulty with the remaining Seminoles yet in the are led lo fear and believe that a collision will (take I !JIU. combined to produce. And beside these accompaniments Of Mr. Westcott's sentiments I am apprised,as he the city of Apalachicola.
,, between in that section ol of a pleasant day. the auspicious beginning An act to amend an act entitled act to -
: State. The attention of the Goternmcnt should be place the roving Indians has them publicly in favor of the measure, an incorporate
: : to follow himself as soon as possible! with have what have expres the city of Key West.
of the
and (lie be stationed at loun year, we you
called to this laniter. as will mol distinctly country "olnnter to ( Tampa. if openly and properly recommended by the President
.. all his disposable force. Gen. Tajl >r felt appear the relics of few drifts An act to amend the several acts heretofore paw
confident of his being abe: to arrive at Sahillo from Ihe foilmviug! letter lo the Hon. Mr. Jcrnigan, I this should occur, we have no fears but that Cjp- not, pale a snow seeking and if (the functions of such appointment are ed, relative to the migration of free persons of color
j with timid to hide themselves from the
.jj; :t before Santa Anna could reach there. The member of our recent Legislature.: We have feais lain Johnson: and his gallant company will give a modesty ardent restricted to a mere military command. Of the precise into this State, so far as relates to the Island of Key

it'V, whole force of Gen. Taylor would! then for t tie result. i is not the first lime we Ila\e Iwad good account of the matter. They will b vigilant. gaze of the sun, under the corners, and in the opinions! of Mr. Yulee, I have not the same West. -
How long the cruel 1 and of the friendly shade of the fences, and the neighborhood of An act to change the northern line of St. Luc
the of lhv.se Indians and "il mi"tolen policy knowledge, but it i is generally he will sustain -
amount to about 10,000 men, which he con't of insolence we are \\t1 hdie\r County.An .
? the capitol and in the outskirts of the city. The
General Government this Indians
.* sidered sufientto cope with any force that assured I that their numbers far exceed that whicl permit remnant of : | the Administration. A rumor has got afloat act to alter and define the boundary lines of
gaiety' fashion and beauty of the city their I
: Santa bring against him. h\'l been reported Washington. Nothing but lo prey upon the substance and dc-slioy the lives of wnl liszt Col. Benton i is to be made Lieutenant General, Marion County.An .
-j our citizens? We hope} and trust that our Kepresenlative way to tho Prtidtnt'!mansion, to the residence of act to alter the southern of Benton
.:. To day we shall be in receipt of our correspondence the greatest prudence and caution on the part of our i if the law passes but this i is mere conjecture. Another boundary
Ihe Vice President, to Mrs. Madison's to Mr. Buchelor County, and to establish the line HilUbo-
and Senators in will promptly demand dividing
Congress -
.. ... by the Virginia, which vessel had citi1.'niC fear can preterit difficulty. We trust rumor is, that Mr. Crittenden and Governor
Counties.An .
Buchanan's, and to other in which rough
.: not the will be considerate not unnecessarily their speedy leinoval. The people of Florida every place of New York are to be sent with Col.jB.
come up to city at a late hour last they !ufctlllJ' Wright, as act to define the boundary of Washington
.,.2. night, when we shall be enabled lay beforecur I to provoke another outbreak. Tnc Indians must demand it. The safety of (the* Indians and (the honorof celebrity, and a crowd are lo be found. The hacks, Lieutenant General, the three to compose C a commission I County.An .

: readers tho full details. t be removed, according to promise. The government the United_ tate5 plead for it. the only thing in Washington which is not a moving i to form a treaty. This last j is known to me not act to fix permanently the County seat of Cal
extortion honest men, houn .
transparent upon are tearingup County.An
at Washington should attend to that speedily. lobe true. One strong argument in favor of the appointment
i From the X. O. Picayune, 6th mv!. Henry Clay.We and down the avenue, as though this were the of a Lieutenant General is that at the act to provide for the permanent location of
wonder how some of our Whig friends especially lay preceding Ihe final and the last the County site of Benton County.An .
,I THE .\"EWS FROM SALTILLO.MOKE MELLONVIU.C F. Dec. 17th 1816. conflagration close of the war, in what regular and others
E I arranging army act giving a lien to steamboat men
those who think our own country altogether upon which was to be made. Egg-nogg is i
OF 8A MOVESlUXTd. money shall continue the navigating the Hay and river of Apalachicola.
TA AXXA'S DR. JAUNAOAX At the of on peace et.blishment. we can
request your mo- wrong in (the present war with Mexico, will swallow | lowing like the overwhelming torrents of the Oro- tie
::4 ; The letter which to hand in relation more easily get rid of the trash of old fogies An act to establish and regulate Pilotaj on
following came ther Isaac &c. I write theIndians. gang
you : to the rebuke administered lo (them in the following noco, and whiskey-punch i is streaming; down toils 1 th.l waters and in the Harbors of St. Lade County.An .
r after our edition of Sunday was printed, puts Mr. Bclott has returned from I I now the service, and live upon the substance -
just encumbr the
) remarks of Mr. Clay If all would lay aside (their destination like the mighty flood of the Mississippi act to establish and regula'e Pilotage on
to rest all doubt as lo the fact that advices. your place and informs me that brother tbe people. We can then abolish the regiment waters and in the Harbors of Dade County.An .
; prejudices and come up vnanimovly to the support to the Gulf. The jocund laugh, and the pretty( jest
$ were expressed from Gen. Worth, al Sahillo, had been absent three days in search of I of military clerks, who strut in uniforms about act to regulate Pilotage at the Tort of CedstKeys.
your of the Government, hen in Ihe language of Mr. Claywe of (the beau tickles the ear of the belle, and her
.tk. 4 announcing the march of a large :Mexican cattle, and could find none. lie states that I the streets of Washington figure on gala days .
might I hope that success will still crown our smile return lights up the heart of the former ,I An act to authorize Henry Hewitt to establish *
force towards that place.! With what intention : while out he came up to one Indian who informed I and in the newspapers and drink champaigne wine
gallant arms, and the war terminate in an honorable : with a happy warmth, like the celestial fire, whichin I ferry across Choctawhatcie river.
;';. Santa Anna has thrown forward men in him that there were four more with Grecian stolen and eat hasty plates of soup at the public An act to authorize Richard T. Martin to esUbli -
was once by Heaven. urens'-I
: this direction time only can solve, Lui: if tlm444 i him, and that they were merely out on a Iace. i story man When peace i is restored, it i is to be hoped h a ferry across Write's Creek.
Ilia celebration( of the New England Society in How is (the scene from !
force has not been over-estimated, it m.iy: be expedition, professing friendship, &c. : changed )yesterday will all be kept on the frontier and if no other use An act to authorize Jesse Coe to establish ferry
hunting New Orleans on the 22d ult., Mr. Clay,who was a I That was the saddest and most solemn day I believe, across the Apalachicola river.
his to cut in detail. fired the all around found for '! that
plan up our army \ country your ful employment can em, they be t
guest, made a short speech, in which he said (that- : ever inWashington since the burial of the b An act to declare the river Miami a navigableit !
At the last accounts Gen. Wool was at Par- place, and your family is much alarmed.- witnes"c placed under the direction of the Post Master General .
.Though leading i life of retirement, I am not altogether murdered Cilley. I refer to the funeral of Senator I ream.
';, 4t- rat, about 120 mies if we mistake not, orth They are evidently driving of your stock, unobservant of the proceedings relating to I r Barrow of Louisiana. the and (the most vigorous and athleticset to carrying An act to reorganize the sixth regiment of FIon
of this
; of west of Our correspondent cvi. and burning the country so as prevent their the condition, welfare and prospects of our country ; Rac papers the mai's through our western wildernesses da Militia.

L. ; dcntly entertains a doubt as to the practicability : being traced or folloxvcd. and when I saw around me to-night Gen. Brooke, morning, and you will find a narrative of the proceedings More on this subject anon. WACAHOOTE- An act in relation to the Jasper Hussars.

; of bit forming junction with General Since writing the above, Lee has come in and other old friends, I felt half inclined to ask for and services with which his mortal remains An act to authorize Reason F. Swilley,administrator -

,omf little nook or earner in the army, in which I j I were committed to the dust, and a of the WASHINGTON 4 of Calvin E. Swilley, deceased, to sell the rw
report IS 17.
Worth. It would seem good strategy 0:1 ho here fully corroborates the above and states January
might serve y avenging the wrongs of my country. \I estate of said deceased at private sal*.
of the enemy to throw a large freIJc that a large trail of cattle has been found by [[Applause.] have thought that might yrt be nlle \: sermon of the Chaplain of. the Senate, the Reverend The House to-day have done the deed. Preston An act for the relief of the Executors of the estate

tween par Saltillo and Parr as, make a diversion him and Isaac, leading South, and four Indian to' capture or slay a Mexican. [Applause.] shall ;; Mr. Slicer. He i is a Methodist, of commanding ap- King,of N. Y., introduced a bill to prohibit slavery Nrhemiah Brush, deceased.An .

with a portion of the troops against lcntrl camps on it. He says there is no mistake not be able however to do s year but hope :I, pearance, spotless character, considerable attainment in all territory that may be acquired in the war with act to authorize Eliza A. Crews and J- "

: Worth, while the main body of the army falls about their taking off your stock, and the that war success terminate will( still in an crown honorable oar gallant peace."arms, and I I (* and eloquence, and a voice like Boanerges. I Mexico,and all that may be hereafter acquired. A to Crews sell certain, administrators real estate.of James Niblick, decease"

such know think he would make as good a champion of the majority voted to the rules but that motion :
., upon Gen. Wool. Apprehensions that you his opinion is worth n much, or suspend | An act to legitimate and change names of Wm-J-

may hare been the case are discernablo in mure than any other man's, about such mat- TUE MUTILATED BANNER Of. THE HoUSE Or I church militant in Mexico, a he is excellent in his failed as it requires two-thirds to suspend the rules, ( Fountain and others therein named.

I- correspondence. If Santa Anna had any ters. This is usually tho first step towardsan RnFRJ1 ENTATIVEI.-T11O last Sciil, .l'*pjears highy ,, present position. He is an orthodox democrat. In the opponents of the bill, of course, all voting a- { An act to change the name of Seaborn E. \Yalket

-: of tho spirit and capacity of the great military outbreak ; and he wishes me to say to you delighted at the change o the Sate motto, aid the Senate chamber we witnessed a spectacle a rare gainst the motion. At least one of the democratic to that of Seaborn E. Raw lea. TheoJor*
An act to alter and of
,. commander to whom he vain gloriously! likens that you ought to come home forthwiththat particularly so at the mutilation of the banner ol as it was solemn and imposing. The President and members ol the House from tbe South ba!de- : Caroline Trezvant. change the name

ho would have some uh> thing if you knew the real situation of things he House of Representatives', by removing the moto the Vice President ol the United States,all the heads cared that he will not vote for a cent to carry on An act to change the name of Betsey A. V mD

4 hlmalr this. Hero tone letter: you would not stay an hour. The Indians and substituting another in its place. I was no departments, the Judges of the Supreme Court, the war which is to result, successful, in the pros t An act for the benefit of Buckingham Smith-

.. CAMABCO, Mcx. Dec. 19-12 at night. were within five or six miles of your house great achievement after all. It will be recollected the Senators and Representatives in Congress, and tration of our institutions recognized by the Constitution An act for the relief of nhn n rtf Corce. *
l U
: By an express last nibt from Gen. Worth, a day or two since, burning all around them. that I his Banner was a donation of a number of I a- many other of the most distinguished men of the na I Will the South stand this ? The prospect of in An the act several to admit courts Charles in this P.state.Cooper to practice

S. r which arrived at half pai!t 1 o'clock, we learn The one that Isaac saw appeared saucy, or I die of the State ; it was presented in their na-ne ion were all to be seen, seated around. The foreign affairs isawful. WACAHOOTEVAIHIGTOY An act to admit Wilkinson Call to practice la* >

'd that Santa Anna is advancing upon Saltillo rather impudent, sufficient to convince him and received with the thank of both Housed of the Amb3adou. and the prominent attaches of the several courts in this state.

1. and Monterey)', a is said, with 30,000) men ; that they were not, although professing to be, legislature and JJee at the back of the Speaker's their respective legations were all there, some ol \ January 6, IS 17. A n act to admit George W. Stewart to practice tt

'rcJl and all the force from this pace and friendly.I Hayne has promised to go out and chair. I seems source of great gratification them clothed in the gorgeous costume of rank and The Senate passed a bill to-day changing the term I in An the act several to adopt courts of seal this for State.the Supreme Court of.
!u'I :' vicinity (Is ordered up to those points w.th theM try and get your stock. to the Sentinel to have i thus mutilated, and that nobility, more striking in comparison with the republican of the enlistment of Regulars to during the war, or this State.

least possible delay. At the sro time are. Now it is your duty to inform the Governor such mutilation. ,he says,\3 received with applause. simplicity of our high functionality who five years at the option of the soldiei and giving a An act making appropriation to defray the expenses

qui.iiol has been icccivcd for a large busily! und tell him that this i is no idle report, I Due courtesy and common politneS would have. sat beside them. For except the Judges ol the Su- bounty of twelve dollars. I passed the House ,this of the second General Assembly.


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z -From;;; the Charlrtton Merrury ultimo, by Louis McLane, envoy extraordinary and Gad den Sheriff Sale. Extract from the act of Congress of 3 best
The New Orleans Courier, af'er stating? Viscount minister plenipotentiary of (the Cnitt States. and. BY virtue of two writs of fieri facias, issued from 1S45. aeet.es 18. at Monticello same day by 5 pm. information ; but no increased pay allowed, I
I'almerston her MajtY"! Principal Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the And be it it 3523. From Quincy to Chattahoochic 21 mile .i h
that the great body of the f.nhl m em. Tat shall he the should they prove to he greater than advertised' i i.|
the itron? probability Secretary of State for Foreign Aflairs on the of the and back twice
would be concentratedt County of Gadsdcn, Middle Circuit of Forida. and duty Postmaster future letting( a wtk. the places are narrfeJ.
Gi5. TATLOR'S. fl'ces pat (f their rfptti.e Governments.NOW to me directed:, wherein John G. 1.. ol contract for the transportation of themail.lol let Lan Quincy every Tuesday and Thursday at .p 11. The Postmaster"General correctly w prohiLilcd' hy law
SltiH in meet the movements of THCRCrORC:BE IT I OWN that I, \MES Smallwondare plaintiffs, and A. II Campbell is defendant the same, in every case, to the lowest bidder tendering m,arive at Chartahocchie same days by 9 p m. from knowingly making a cnnfrarl fur ihe transport !
tbe Mexican General, proceeds to some re. POLK, Resident of the United States of America I have le'ie upon, and will offer for sale sufficient guarantees for faithful performance, Lave Chattahoochie every Wednesday and Fridayat lation. of the mail with' any person v ho shall hat
below and in which have cal >the said treat' to he made public, to bdorelheCourllouedoo in the town of Quincy, without other reference to the mode of such transportation ; a m, arrive at Quincy same days by G a m. into any combination gjj
we quote the tntpre cr prel'oiurd to rate,
Irb'hib donbt the end that the !same and every clause and article }, Iht ; February, l47. within;' than cay be necessary ry to provide for the Proposals for tri-wekllsnice will be considered. any combination, to prevent the cf f* j
tkere reason throwing upon thereof, ma' he ,.LP.ervc4 l and fulfilled with good Icsal hours,the following described property, to wit: due celerity, certainty,and security of such transportation :2T- From Chattahoochie, by Ochesee, Blountstown. 'Sid for a mail contract by other. mtkirg any *t
numbers and assumed purpose of the :\tIicnannc. faith b,the United States and the citizens thereof. One negro hoy named Washington, abut 1C years ; nor shall any new contractor hereafter be require ( lola, and Fort Gadsden. to Apalachicola, 1: or shall have made any any person or shall or per*m., f

It is indeed very probable that it j is IN WITNtII WHERFOF. I have hereunto set mv old one negro boy named Jim, about years old : to pnrchiseout out, or take at a valuation, I Ihe milt and back,twice a week from hat October to en or performedrr promised rt.cl. bat giv J

than a demonstration, threatening hand and cau-cd the seal of the United States to be also, one negro woman named Ellen, about 2"i.years ItO1 vehicles" of any previous contractor (lor the of June in each year and once a week the residue. consideration to do, or hot to Jo,anv{ perform whatever, an/ f
10 mor affixed same route. From-1t October ti hat Jnne. lo induce ah other IhinJ
} percent not to-bid
Sahillo for the sake breaking up G nx. TATlot's Done at the City of Washington, this fifth day of old.Levied upon as the property of said defendant and )CJ-: Bidders will be careful to read the forms sad Leave every Wednesday and Fridayat tract. Particular; attention is rallrd to the mail 2Mb con, I

plain of campai n. If so it will effect -Ligustin the year of our Lordone lliotur to b sold to satisfy the said writs of Len facias. instructions: pppndcd to this advertisement. They 12 marrive at Apalachicola next day by Op p m. lion "f the act of 153", prohibiting combinationa tfr ta i

ju object, until our force is so increased that SEAL.j and eight hundred and forh- ix. and of the B. C. WFS. Sheriff are r ,ltf to state, in their proposals the mode I Leave Apalachicola every Tuesday and Thursday prevent bidding. .

base operation at Monterey can herd Independence of je, UmttilSUtes the event January 2, IS&.. 21 B} ; D. S. by w they intend to convey the mail Where at 5 a m, arrive at Chattahoochie net d..ys bv" Ha 12. A bid received afr time, to wit : the 10th I

tie formidable }-first. the size and- weht-!- -- of-, lh,.<-> m-.il.i--.-,_ .nr-. >,..*-,rww',1 .,...M.<..l. m. i March next at 9 a. m. or without. ih. rnu..nh p..,.-
i, and at the same time a XMKS K. POLK. Educational. for in the schedules, shall rerqmre it, thC contracts From 1st June to 1st Octe>ber. quired law- cr that criuhinessere-ral- -- re ro----n'J.utes in on.

force can move upon San Luis POti i from P.V- the President.JAMEO : "ANTED, a situation as a TEACHER of the will be made for coach, steamboat, or railroad conveyance Leave Chattahoochie every Wednesday at 12 t, sum of compensation, cannot he corsidt-rcd in cx>m.

Tampico. I i is evident that for so ex lln.ciI.vvAN. Secretary o/ State W English Language The advertiser would be ,as the case may be; and,consequently, such arrive at .Apalachicula next a m. petition with a regular propels! not adjudged to bo ;
abu --- of the countrv r'\le wil b let (to bids proposing such mode of con Leave Apalachicola every Monday at a m,arrive extravagant.
a line of operation our force i is muchtoo --- -- --- -- ------ willing logo to any part {
the .Urceatc the Southern all other cases the routes will he at Chattahoochie next Wednesday by 11 11. A bieMer where I
l'on SOltlcrl C'rilian I For further particulars apply at assigned a m. maY oTer (the transportation.
Situated the :Mexican
small. 8 army is Journal office tn bids proposing the cheapest mode of traitsportation. Proposals for an additional weekly trip from 1st called for in adYt.'rti'jt'r.enl i difficult or imprtc.licable i

in reference lo the invading force, at nearly. OJITUAR'. January 2. 1S17. 21 October to list June will b considt're. at certain seasons to aubstittc an inferior t

distance from every ital point in our Dnl in Tallahassee, Florida, Decml 4th, of V 2I. From St. Jo-eph's, Apalachicola,2"\ milt mode e.f conveyance, or to intermit service a upeci.fieel I
eq31 Ma.sodoia Cotton Seed. FOR CARRYING OF and back,twice a week from l at October to 1st June, number of divs. tk.
it has of action PROOSALc TnF MAILe w or He
a power \'aIJj greater puerperal f"\'r. Ms. ELTZ.\BFTTH ANN 107CK, FORTUNE is the sole acent in tl.i place States from the tat to and once a week the residue of the year. prop*-se to omit an office that i* inaccessible, or may it -

tban mere compartixc numbers it. Si-ter 11. was born in Leon county, Au2ii!t 2ilh. .J R thesile of the pure Mastodon Cotton &.1, the 30th( June I SH. incu"ivt will be received at From 1st Otobr to 1st June. not on the stage road the railway or at a steamboat

From the _'tU Orlcam Countr, ts->, The happy con.
We have been informed J by an intelligent education, which she received from bet irother will have bv the next vessel irom New Orleans 20bushels <> the city of \\. igton, until a m., of (Ihe luth 7 a m. arrive at Apalachicola. same days bv' 5 p m slitute' an inferior nnodecfaupply in KIK h case*. Ha f
and has nearly. all ol it engaged Those March, 1 hill, (tol be decided bv tsl day e.f April Leave Apalachuola every Sunday and Friday at 7 may propose different data and hours of departure'
French officer, who is wel acquainted with were realiy-xl in her conversion to God in 1sli, wishing it had better leavethe-ir orders a once, and on the routes and in the manner and time Ipe- a m, arrive at St. Joseph' same dais by 5 p in. and 1 arrival, provided no more running time is asked t

the town ofSaltillo and neighboring coun- when, though not cluile] fourteen ears of al, she be sure of eel(tins the genuine article cified, \iz- From 1st June to 1st October. and it is obvious that no mail connexion or e litter r

tn, that the road to San Luis Potosi i i. for six or |Ininf the M E Churchof which she W3 ever afteran Januaiv J, 1..47_ 21 FLORID Leave St.: Joseph's every Saturday at {a m,arrive piiMic accommodation n prejudiced He may ask ..
miles from Saltillo which Santan meniVr She the mar- 3.11 From St. .ug.Istint by Jacksonville and Ahalactlicolasarneday by 7pm. for more running time to the trip, during a pmtMil f
seven nn upon
tnh'rto Leave
Wanted by J. 1C. Fortune. ,to St. Mar ., 'JO miles ..l back Apalachicola
1 ,once every Friday at 12 m, arrive number of days at certain nea*>ns of peculiarly bail ,
I oa must necessarily advance, goes over n"ry riase rc.llion"hen qUill}einne. (the important duties tniFINE TURKEYS, for Inch lien ill pay a eek. at St.. Joseph's same day;by 10 p m. roads; but nerom! these chances a proposal fur ser- if i.

I broken ground, and forming a defile with ho of which she fulfiled in such a manner as tour(' .J'jJ one dollar. and twent-five cents per pair. Leave St \urufine every Wednesday- at 2 a m,ar 3:.: From Hnnbrid:e. Ga., by ChatahOhif vice different from theadvertise-meni will prevent uts 11.

I chaparal on each side, may be rasly defended. the esteem and aflection. of her liM-band, and ihe Also, 200 Ducks rite at St. Mar ', next dav. bt 12 in. Rinll, Mananna, Scurlock's \\I; being considered in competition with a regular bid 1

General Worth has now been encamped on approbation of all who knew it From a child rhc January 2, 1M7- 24- Lave. St. Mary's every Thursday at I p in, arrive Camplltun. Geneva. A Imirnte.'lil o and Flon- not set aside for extravagance ; and where a bid con. _.
at !tinp nest day bv lip m. I II.town, Pcnsacola,231 ,thre times tains any of the above aJtl.'raliunlt.their disadvantage' .
the spot for almost sixtj days, and no doubt was remarkable. fur fwectncss of temper and amiability By the last Arrivals from New York :U2. FromSt. Augustineby New S-nvrna.Sr, Lu- is week. will be estimated in comparing it with other prppo.saU .

with the engineers at3chtd to his command, of deportment. And these lovely qualities, re- die, and Miami river, to Ke. We-st: WW miles aud Leave Cambridge every Sunday, Wednesday, and If

has surveyed the whole nojchborhood.} and taken tined and strengthened bv. grace were never more TT7"E have reei\'to a very superior style of back twice a month. Friday at 2 a m, arrive at Pensacola every Tuesday, 11 There should be but one route bid for in pro. II't'pexal.
of that offered the V French Black Cloth, Lavf St. Augustine. on the l lit and l. .th e>f each, !Fniiiay. and Sunday, by 4- p no.Leac .
ad locality than the of f
vantage apparent, term i
\cry during
( I long! Superior SIlo of Wool.dje Cloth arrive at K.-} West in seven elavs.Leave Pensacola every Sunday, Tuesday and Frid 1 3. The route, the se-n iCt"the yearly pay,the bid- *i
means giving strength to his position-e\erj ,'e\.rl. tuxlilv aflli -iion, whu terminated in detth. Bottle Green French Key West on I the I hand 21d of each month, .i}', attain, arrive at Bainbnd.jp eery" Tuesday eler's name and residence,and he name eif each mem- 'I. t v

pint from which he might hate been assail- Though her sufferings were sometimes intense, her arrive at St. Anni-itine: in seven disProposals Thursday, and Sunda by lo p m. her of the firm where a company offers, should ba *

been discovered and uanJd. Wr compllintsHrC few and metkl} iitterrcd Four cr Olive! Brown" U for service once a month will be- considers Proposals to commence the route at Chat tahioochie, distinctly stated-a]*", the mode e>f conveyance, if a t>(
CofTec Drown !. will i li considered. mode than .
fear for the result. Indeed on intendf f
but no are lire djs before. her ikath, she aid her iIcr-u I "
\n > ::-)3. From St. Augustine to Picolata, IS miles Proposals for once a week, also for twice a ek"H.icl hi. The bid should be ient under It-al. addressed T *j_
far from being con\incec withstanding all ran hard!} realize ni} Ii.u.tiln.: I am so perlectlvhapp -AIOCa and (hark, once a week. will b conidrcl \ (to the First Assistant Postmaster General, with
that has been said that Santa Anna has,!left \ .t Tv 0 or t ln't djs alter t his she expre-sc.lto ".i 111 ores of the latest Style. I Leave St. Augustine every Tuesday at 7 a no, ar :; iii I;. Iorianna, bv Oaky Hill, and Holmes'Vallry Mail Proposals! in Ihe State of _,** wnltenon; *r

his position at San Luis Potosi, with the main ms<'If. much resignation .to the and RE\lY- ) :MADE rLOTHIXS. I ri\'C at Picolata same dav I12 m. to Uchee Anna, >.0 miles and back, once a the face of the letter ; and should be despatched in 1 r.

body of his anm, tlit intention offering hattIe hei constant Lord J"inri if thou { and purchasettwse vho want Rood haroin.. Leave Picolata every Monday at 10( p e, arrive at wetk.Leave time tol i.e received by ir before I he 10th March next, J t.
wa Mananna
pr.cr 11.e me ( Cal St.( Au ustme next day b> :1< a m every Thursday at G am. arrive at at9o'docka.mn.
the American forces. He BILL & PR\TORIUS.
to mar La"l from ihe world, receive me to th-lt". Her last Proposals for Iwice', also for three times a week ee'h'enna next day by :p m. 17. The contracts are to be exe-cuted by or helene 1 *
January 2 1CI7. 21
pushed a strong detachment to menace service, will be considered. Le-ave Uchee Anna every Tuesday at G (the
forwar hours on earth, \\cre pent almost entire 1} in pravtr am, arrive l.t July next |
order General TAYLOR 3VI t. From Fort Harlee New.nansvilleanJ at Mananna next day bv rn .
to p
dir She! seemed sensible of her end! and Gart\.s Fc'rbv : at ofEces suatv.l( upon or pear
from his proposed march Victoria, approaching: Notce. Ili\ilC, to Alligator, '') miles and 327 From Mananna, Jack.on county, to Sf. Anilrew's railroaeLi, but mere than eighty rinU from a depof.
upon could contemplate it with calmness and lioj.. On T'TL.be rented on Tue
and from his ulterior views, whatever they (being i"ktd if she was willing to die, she replied .'!, the tract of Liml known as the LcaveGare.v's Ferry every Tuesday at.I I m, arrive Leave Marianna every Thursday at (a I,arrive at that fact to the department, stating their nexf.exact repeat distance
be. l Saltillo he BERRY PL.\CE, I Ivmg three miles north of Talla- I St. Andrew's 'it
may By approaching accomplished .' 1 am a poor sinner. but in} tru-t is in nn blessed \llisrifornestda} hI I 12 n. Bay nextelay (pin. from tie railroad depot, and how other*No ,
for the Americans that which the ." 'has.C. on the Thomasville rnael There are between Leave Alligator every}. Monday; at 2 m, unit eat Leave St. Andrew's Bay every Tuesay at G a m, supplied with the mail, to enable the Postmaster t (,
I'ra\'r was made several times at her request three and four hundred acres cleared land. l arri'.e
cost battle with his whole S'iour Garev's Fern next dab\ 10 a in. at Manannanext cay bv 6 p r. General to direct the proper supply to b* made from II ,
general "
desireda Once a we rose from our knees she "aid- EinVI. HR\DFOHI. Proposals fur twice, also for three times a week '>'"i2-i. From Geneva, ., to Clay Bak,2G-ilt the railroads by mail messengers, fr"m arid alter the }
Should be defeated there | {
clei\'c fores tit sing,"in ." WeFiinz ..Ala-, and did in} Saviour RICHD H. BLrWORD.Adm'r. serv ice, will he considered. and back, once a week 1st Ju'v next.

is no furher chance of successful resistance bleed," &.C.) At the second verse "he joined in, and Jlde. :V); From Jacksonville. to Alligator, 7t 1 miles Leave Geneva every Tuesday at {a ID, arrive at 19 Under the act of 3d March, !\lhe- route is
againstthe invader-there i i is no place to which Januarys, Is 17. 21 2w and back, once a week. Clay Bank same dav' b% 5 [m.LeivcClay to be let to the lowest bidder tenderim* .iffirUTii
I sung the remainder of the hv mn with a clearness and : Leave Jacksonvilleeverv at arriveat Bank ev.ry.Mond.y at t'J a in, j for faithful *
he retreat, and the capital is uncovered. Tueay Gp m arrive guaranties peiformance, without e>lh r i
But may should ha defeat the have strength \oice.which :t'lisllco all present ,- Just Uecfh'ed by J. It. Fortune, Mli !ator nest ela.> hv It m. at Genesamt day by 5 p m. I reference to the mode of transportation than may be ;

Aiziericansthey especially during the la"f ver.e ; when} with her ; Per Schrs. Radius and Boston, Leave Allicaror ever} Monday at J pm, arrive at 3:,!''. From Pensacola, bv Honey Cut. Ala., and necessary to provide for the due celerity, certain!;,
the stronghold of Monterey, to which they lundextended ; : POWDERED Jacksonville next d.1 b} *> a m.: Bl.ikelv" to Mobile 72 miles and back, three times a and security of such transportation
upwardshe seemed read* to tako l-G..R"
ma retire, and hold out till they are reinforc CRUSHEDND Malaga Raisins Proposals for twice, also for threo time a week ".""k. When the lowest bid proposes a mode e>f convey
) her fight to "lor)'. She now called all her familv service this beconsulend1W Leave Pensacola every Sundjv, Tuesday, and Fri- that
Brandy herries., Dried Curra'its, on : route, wil ance is inadequate for tire route in respect In the
ed.No man in Mexico knows better than Santa and other friends present to her, and aifectinnatrlvtmbracing Goshen Butter and Buckwheat Flour, I ;. From ( by Orange Springs, Furl Kin!, do' at ;pm. arrive at Mobile next cay by Ham. rer'amtv. security and celerity e.f the mails, asidu

the hazards he would them, Itcgrred that they would meet her No t Mackerel, Sperm! &. \dimanlineCandlesNo [sing Swamp, Okahuinka, Fort Dade. and Fort Foster Leave Mobile every :Monday Thursav.and Sat or- irom any acccmmodation for travel,it will not be entitled
Anna run in attack- : to Tampa. l" miles and back, once a wet-V. day, at I:m, arrive llelsa o\next }" b} 7 a m. to the route.
iullean'n. To her husband, she sfukc for 1 Soap, Family \VhiteScented Soap
iD!thn position General Worth, and we some Cd ate Starch i.c & Leave Pilatka every TucJ.t' at 10 a m, arrive at Proposals for daily service be ron idre. 2'). When the bid does nol name a mode of convey I
believe he is to wise to encounter then. time, and 'xl"rte him to lead a I.oh life, that he January' 2, 1"17 21, .c ; Tampa next Friday bv: 5 p rn, ::it u. From Key West by rodi.1 Key, Charle- ance, it will be taken and understood I u be for the

-- might l be re-united where parting i; iio more. During Leave Tampa evcrv Tuesday a 10 a [, arrive at ton, S. C., 70/<> miles and back once a Inth.Le.cKtv lowest mode of conveyance, to wit: on horse-back. i

B1 AUTHORITY. this affectirip scene, which wrung the hearts oflier 4To Su ar l'haisters.'l I'ilalk.next Friday by 5 p m. West from the loth to the 20th of each When if proposes to carry according to the advertisement C
for twice week will be considered month, arrive at Charleston with all des and
DOZEN l Proposals a service practicable DO mode of conveyance is stated for
friends, tbt alone was jK-rfc-ctl calm. After abut ; just receiv *
I sale !h J'. A. 11 AY WARD..lSlO (the route in the advrtisfnienfitwill be considered
TRC\TIEK.t t two hours eb-encc, the writer again visited( her } 21, IS .*n(,. From Pi'atka' by Enterpriseto MellonvilU, Leave Charleston on the 1st day of each month, as offering only for horseback convevancc21 -.

>:ATYWITH GREAT IIRITAtlV Or LIMIT W'CSTw She was fa.;;t sinking Oi approaching the bed and :onIUl. 1.2' miles and back, once a week. arrive- at Kev West with all practicable despatch. Since the passage vt the act of Mare h 3, l.1.S, I
.VUD or Tin: i KHiJ>ioiTU's.COM.LCPLD tiki!her II.u1, she raised. her t'_'es, and aid in a I LIST OF LETTCItS remaining in the Leave Pilatka every}. Tuesday at 10 a tn, arrive at Proposals| \\p embrace Cape Honda and St. Augustine a new description of bnl has been received. It apecif'ics .

." : at Tallaha-scc, Florida, on the 1st Mellonville next diy b3 m .wil b conildertl no mode of con vev ance,but engages to carry I tie
n.11 I'ltll, lxl" \hispcrpra} forme-pra\ \\1 we cea..ed.she J.nuanI"li- Leave Mellonville every I Thursday at 10am, ar- 3 >:1. Key Wt:1 to Augustine, COO mile mail with certainty, celerity, and security, using the

Fythe Prctidtnt of the C"iCI.totCt t f .'.inriea.A could neither hear nor sPeak ; but her counte". Allen,Council B. ll&lrnJiraeph .Henry 1 10< Tire at Pilatka next day bv :p m.'l and b.rk. twice a month- terms of the law These bids are called, from the

PROCLAMATION( nance was composed and peaceful, ar.d in a f.w mo Arnold, G. Jones, Miss Martha( : :*),. From Mtllonviilc to New Smyrna 3') miles: Leave Ke West on (Ihe th and 2"Jof! each month, manner in which they a.e designated on tl'e books of

Whereas, a Treat be-twee the United States of America meat her spirit passed quietly aaWe doubt \ver, Oweti M Juries, Mt>. Arabella and back, once a wexk.Leave arrive at St: Augustine in seven clavs.Leave the department, tar bids" It has been decided,
and Her MajeW' the <,f the Uuitc-d Austin, Richard Jone*, Ormond T. liBinirham Mellonville every Thursday atC a m, arrive Augustine( on the 1st and 1lh of each alter mature consideration,that a bid proposing a specific
Kingdom ol I Great iintain an Queen.! Ireland ua.concluded rot,tIle rests \lrallam's bosom .\1 aflectionate( Robert Jeflcoat, J. B. at New Siii}rna same- day b> ;p in. month, arrive at Key n-et in seven davs. mode of conveyance of as high a grade as two- g
aid bi their nttaricsat Washington mother, a tendtr husband, and either relations and Bannerman, J. W. Johnson. William N. Leave New Smvrna everv Wednesday at 6 a rnarnyc Pro|>osals to terminate this route at Cedar Keys instead horse coach transportation is to be preferred lo the .

un!Ino filtce-nth pl..II..t.d.n ol' June last, which friends, are kit behind God grant they ma} all Bryan, Joseph L. Johnson, Anzres at Mrllonvillesame day by 5p in. of St. Augustine will be considered. star bid The experience of the department rnablej
her where I Johnson, Neiles 3:-Ci. From rewnans\.ile to New River, 22 mile tlrpo"allor supplying the lollowinii offices in it to lay down the following rules, viz:
word woid 1 meet l.kie
treat I tot as : rrn\n.
,1ow. er, K melon, William and bark once FloriJo. a sum to he named, and subject to the When the mail on the route is not i o large as lo
Queen The ilre; niied Stalt1<>Kingdom i .\ ul ald! Great her loj""t Britain and the Sicknesand sorrow. pain and" death Brome, Gen J. S. Leem., WmBradt.ii Lave Newnausville every Wednesday at 1 pm. ar- concilwl of being limited to the net Iroce of the require two-hor coach conveyance, a star bid, if
4f Are felt aud tear d no inure John Lancaster,Co B. 11 Rneraome day by :p m. otn., are invited' : the lowest, will be preferred lo the specific bid.
Ireland, deeming it to be deiratle lor the luture )Joseph
wellare. of both that the state ol doubt and B. T L EShcrllT's Beale, James W. Lamb, Isaac Leave New Ri.tr every Wednesday at 0 a ci, ar- Hill, from Quincv, 12 miles and back. once 22. When the mails are of such size and weight at
Cuuntrit -- -,-- -- Brooks, Mrs. Eli.aHurch Lasjie, Miss Catharine nve at Newnansville same day by 12 m. a week. to render it necessary or expedient, in reference lo
the uncertain sovereisutv} which and ha! hitherto\ IrHaile're jteclm' on r Sale. : Joseph' Lamar, Gen Mirabcau 3">lO. From Newnansville;I.y-Santa Fe, and Fort I Reorm. from Quinc., 10 miles and back, once a | them alone, to provide two-horse coach conveyance,

the northwest coast ot America.{ Ivmz westward of con-ent of al partieLots Nos 2'::1 232, 27O l, Rru)aril, 1- rancisBronson :ldishal, United States Fanning, to Cedar Keys, lU miles and back, once a \(! the specific bid. though the highest, w ill be preferred
BY from Columbus 33 miles
week. Tt and back once a to the star bid, to Ihe extent of c.oderatedf- '
"' 'I and : lion Isaac 2 Benjamin:
the original f ,
the U or Ston\ mountains, tud! be Imallv terminated '', JI"J. in pi tn e> :Ieai w'k.
} an by.the Comlro.is our the did lejr.il hours e>n Mondjv the Pith inst satisfy twoeiecutiotis Bowdtn.J; M J. William II. arrive at Cedar Keys next day bv' 7pm. Woejdstock. Mils, from St. Mary, 2O miles and is not such as to interfere with the policy of the new 4

aserte W\uamfe1!I in favor ot the Commissioner of Talla-II' I 1.lker! Jonathan: Mary, C. C. Leave Cedar. Krvs every Friday at C a m, arrive at back once a wttk. law,which looks to a reduction in the cost of trans-

territory to treat and, rflt'li\.l} terms plenipotentiaries ot ha "ee, azain.t I Henr.v. Brackenndce, for balance!, Burket: John C. Mat. hot, Joshua M. Newnanaville next day bv r p in. Form of a bid where no change from advertisement portation. Exception, however, may be allowed
r- ; turl..f. em the original J of these lots Bird: Daniel Mundav., Harrison 2 3111( From Newnansnlle by Fort Clark, Waca- is contemplated by the bidder. where the star bid is made bv the preae-nt owner vl
the President of due purcha-e Capt
tlement that
is to say ; ( the f : Cow art, Mrs .Haruett Miller., John : hootie, and Micanopv', to Fort King, 01 miles and I (or we as the case may be,) [here write tirename the stock on the route, and it is manifest that tha
States of America has his furnished with ThC Clttii.ionr. ant e> will
on ;par Br.K1enridt. nr names in of here the
] state
[ residenceor !
full James Buchanan, Secretary. of State of unite in come\inz an unit iutitil l I i( Cinvart, John %V. 1awcl, Robert back, once a week. ful reasons for preferring the specific bid do not exist in
powers Leave Newnansville Sam, residences] } propose to the mail his
the and her Maje tthe Queen of the A. .\, I 11 SI I ILK, Sheri Catherine, Mrs TolbertNewton every WOat carry onNo. case. t
UntlState Jan l K., 1SJ7 ts CahoonJohu Martin :, Dr J, D. arrive at Fort King next dav h by .p from to as often a: the advertisement 2J On route-s of the highest tla-w, where fi>urI -
l'nitt Kingdom of Great Britain and Jda.dt has. -- Ce.pehnd. : Ir OliverMiss( Nancy Le-ave Fort Kin every Friday at b a m* arrive at t requires in the time stated in the schedules> I horse coach or steamboat transportation is required

u part, appointed the Rizht lunonlC HiChard Sale 1st Monday in Ft brnary, 1'17. James H O't'il, Daniel Newnan.vihie. nex' day by S p m. and by the lollovvm mode of conveyance, to wit : by the size and importance of the mails. Ihe preference
Takenham, a member of her Maj).'} :mot honorable Cummin Clhlr. T. O/borne, Ieuj! C. 3iIJ Frora Wacahootie, Emathla, Camp I/ard [Here state how it u to be convoje-d,] for the annual for the specific bid will be,if necessary, carried
privy council, and her Maje-t} nio\\ evtrjordmarv lunilol SlicrifT Sale. John Cooper R Hoinosa'sa, .\u usla, aud Chocohatie, to Fort Dado, sum of & ." -to a sreater extent of difference than on the inferior
and inims'er plempotennarv to the United ,' ot a writ eif fieri ta,' issued out of Co..k. l'uwcliliam : : Dated
; back eck. coach however the
miles and routes
By.irtu Cot, JamesCarter 'J3 once a w subject, to exception
States : who after hann< to cacti office of the Circuit Court fur (the 1'lr"'J!, Form
; cnUtuuitih.d Cerk's McDCeilts Parsons Lewis N. every Thur.elay at o ;no, ari.eat ot guarantee to accompany each hid : above stateel.
otht'their reapecflve'ull p"wers. found in rood and Count I Middle Circuit of Forido. Seuc Pe-e AOl Lne.acah"olie b}' ;i p mI .Thc underigne [here insert the name of Ihe 2 I. A modification of a bid, in any of ifs essential

due form have aeu1'n and coudud.the wherein Thomas J. Mewart is plintif. and Joseph I Ge-orttc Josiah Powell|>encr Charles, tinny L. .,eave Fort Da'le every Monday at 6 a m, arrive at !ruarai'e r Ruarantor-] guaranties. that, [here inert term is tantamount to a new bid, and cannot be received '

low !articles : 01-1 I n.at,' Adininist'-at'ir i> dcl.ud."', have l I"\.IN I ChaI Mr, ,, Ma-ster( Wacah ,otie next Wediiesda bv"'> p in name of bidder or names of bidders, as the case so as to interfere with regular competition, ,

ARTICLE I. upun, and \\1.1 l "J''S' I I.r ""I., 'Ifn' the Court C.r i. Dickinson } ,s.sReardon PUlf31 J..G. I'f'tonn.ltch 4 3" 1 13. From Atli-otor' .bv Siwannee Shoals: to Io} be,] it his (or their) bid for earning the rrfail after the last hour set for receiving bids. ;
Fiom the point on the fort-ninth parallel of north oU-dor, in tlU town of Jasper tullle first M'>n- B. Russell ,Ahram Ferry, 3" miles and back once a week. from to b accepted by the Postmaster C. JOHNSON.Pev .
latitude, where tl. boundary laid down in existing day in February next, within legal hours., the following Childe Chic-tie- Wm.DeCorce.J Roberts. A. Alligator every Thursday at :a amarrive at General, shall enter an obligation prior to the t master Genera!
treaties and cOD.cnfon" 1..11.(1 the United States described lands, to wit BDe R.. Georze C. Blount's Ferry same day by l Opm frt day of July next, with go and sufficient sure- Poor Orricc DFP..RTMF-MT, Nov 1 3. ISIS. I
aud Great Britain terminates. the line of houndarx The West J of the SmthMt 4, of Section I H, in Charles : Raton esr, Daniel H.Rcnken Leave Blount'a Ferry every Friday at 5 a m, arrive 'irlo perform the service proposed." December 'J(>. 1M'>. tT Hw
between the territories of the United State' and those Township l lof nan;e I't:S. North and East; also, lotNo. Waal, at Alligator same day by m. Dated.
ct her Britannic Majesfv. shall b continued westward .-1. of I Ransre No 1*!, North and Ea-t ; also, the Udal. John 1. W. 3">ll I. From (I White Springs, Jasper, I INSTRUCTIONS. OOPER'S TOOLS-All kinds for sale hv .

along the said fort}-ninth parallel of north latitude East J of the North-west 4. of Section :, Town-hip I Do/ier, MHRebeccaDemhiig Rogers Charles Benton. \ Alig.tor., Cherry Lake Chiton, and! Au- 1. Seven minutes are allowed for openinz. and clo- O STARR, LLOYD i FL.\GC. -

to the middle of the channel which separatesthe 1, Range 13c'm'aumig in all tvsohundre-d and eight Dent John, Joseph Rhodes Roberts,James Marth E. cilia, (to MO'liceloI03 miles and back, once a week. I :ms the mails at all offices where no particular. tune January 2, 1617. 21 j

continent. from Vancouver's 1.1nd" and thence acre-, more or less. Leave Alligator every Wednesday at 1 p m, arrive' is specified ; but on railroad and steamboat I routes '
Miss Maua Smith Marshal Just Received
'suutherlv through the middle of sid channel, Lie upon as the property (.f said defendant, and l.warli, at next Friday bv -* p m. : there i:to be no more delay than is necessary}) to deliver
and of Fuca's straits to the Pacific Ocean : Provided to b lold satisfy.' said writ 01 (len faciasJOSIMI'T Fleeting, RichardJ'le'eher.C Smith, John lJon.icel.:( every Saturday at 5atn, arrive I and receive the bags. AND for sale by STARR, LLOYD i FLAGG, Ihe ,

kourfcr, Tba'the nuiliol of the ,1111 of the BMSDEN. Smith, .Aaron P. at Alligator next Monday by lm. 2. The mail is to be conveyed in preference o pa"- articles, viz : V .
said and straits south of the fort}-ninth parallel January ir.;, ]Si7. 2herilr; _l.milol Co. Fleishman, S. W. Smith"rchiuaIJ 3jl5. From to St. Marks, 22 null seniors, and to their. entire exclusion if its ,eight Soda Riscuil Cutter and Water Ciackrr,
of north latitude remain free aud open to both Fletcher. Liune Spencer, Samuel 2 and back, three Tolahai"ee.a and bulk require it. Ground and Race Ginger Saleratus.( Oils, '
paJ *. Notice. Client, J Stanley', William Leave Tallahassee timel wek.Monday, 3. Post office blanks mail and the pedal [ Wines, Brandies and Whiskey, Crushed, .

ARTICLE II. SIX months after date, I shal present m} final ac- G'iltr. Harmon Stanford, Cornelius Saturday, at "a m, arrive every at St. ) Thursoand same day by agents of the department, on bag. u( (their Loaf and Brown Sugars, Ponong.. '
From the point at which the fort)'-ninth parallel and vouchers to lion Jude of Probate Graham William Shimon, Jeremiah 10 f.rLs credentials,are tobe convey edwilhoutfurtherc Imperial and Young Hvson Teas, Powder .

of north latitude shall be found to intersect the peat in and for the County of Jefferson, and apply fora Gadsden.Col. James Whitncllt am.Lac St. Marks Monday, Thursday, and on Inaillnes admitting of such conveyance. Shot, Lead Iron, Nails, A.C, &.C.

northern branch of the Co'umbia river the nnija. I discharge as Administrator of the Mate of Clement Granan, Mrs. Catharine Shea s at 2 in, arrive every at Tallahassee same 4. :are to be conveyed without bare J.rnuary2,1S-17. 21 4t
tiun of the said branch shall he free and open W. :Stephens, late of said County,de-crasrf-d Gc-die. Alexander Shea, Mrs: Maria (bv } I days on-the | rincipal railroad and steamboat lines, where

Hudson' Ray ', and to all British subjects I!I JAMES G:DSDEN.Monticcllo Glass John TGirkins Scott, B. M. :p;.no.3.i1i From Tallahassee, by Newport and St the size of the mails and the number of I the officers NEW BOOKS.

tndsl with Comlan to the point where the said I I January IIi;, isii. :o om R S. Tucker, Jackson Mark s,to Shell Point,32 miles and back, three timesa will require their employment by the department ;- JUST received per brig Ann Eliza,

branch meets the main sHear of Columbia, and Grimes, William Trver_ John week to Newport, and once a week the residue. and in that ease. a separate apartment for the assorting J Duly and M-int's Commentary ou the Bible, ,
thence down the said mainstream tothe ocean, with I I .Just Iteccived. harvey, M. Tjson Miss Emma Leave Tallahassee every Tuesday}, Thursday, and and safe-keeping of the mail is to b provthe ded by Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England, hy

('f access into and through the said mer or river, '. A FEW copies of Head lev's. Napoleon arid HlhJt; Peter Th.uo" Simon at "a m, arrive at Newport same days by contractor under the direction the tparl- J. O. Choules, Whaling Cruiie and History of the I
I hem; understood that all the usual portages alongthe I his fore *. Also a fine Guitar for sale bv. Hilmaii Sherbnck Taylor, John Saturday merit. Whale Fishery, by J. Ross Browne,

line thus described shall in like manner 1 Lie free I January !9 t. lv-7. 2: P. A. IIAYU'AKD. Harris. Ca;.t. tJwinHou'k. Talor, Maj John L.Treiftnan 2pm Leave Newport every Monday, Wednesday, and 5. In all ca"e there i is to he a forfeiture of he pay Complete Works of Samuel Johnson, in 2 vol*.

arid In navigating, the aid river or r\.Cr. Gabriel Abram M. Friday, at "am. aruvc at Tallahassee same days by of the trip, when the trio is not run ; a forfe tore of History e>f the American Revolution, hy Rev. J.
opn subjects, with their good and produte.shall I For Sale. Harris, Merr\moth Vickers,James J.Hudsonlamilon 2 p m. at least one-femrth part of it when the running or ar- L. Blake Drande's Ericycbopadia,

be treated on the.am*' footing as citizens!of the United \ r,\RM situated about two and a half miles west Vide. James M. Leo\c Newport every Saturday at G a m,arrive at rival i!so far behind time a to lose the confnexionwith McCulloch's Gazetter.Alison's History of Europe, j

State it Leiirhowever, always understood! 0' of Madison, Court HouseIt consists of four \\'cl,. James C. Shell Point day bv H) a m. a depending; mail ; and a forfeiture of a <|ue I'ro t vols ,The FedemlistLongfellow's Poemsm 1 vvl.
that nottuh&, in this articf hall be (.i;.tru inc. or of eijieiied, well w..no with excellent nr.rinjs, and link. Dr John B. 2 Wtnn, IVnjainin F. at Newport same day by 5 p m. fenor to I hat in the contract. These torfeifn .es mayhe Robinson C usoe,illustrated,IIistorv of the Thirty i

the United States from fk'elt"lhetrll'nt rC 1tln' a comfortabledwellin! tiuc. 1 he outbuildings are lotc',. Mrs. Francis. Wcol!, John J, Proposals to extend the (tri-weckl service to St. increased into penalties of higher amOlt. croni- Years War. b} Frederick Schiller,
I I ;( George William! T. ing to the nature or of the failure tind Recollections of Mexico by Waddv Thomp.. m. D -
!pecting the navicition of the aid river or riverhot all new, Ihe barn and spacious and comrn'idiojs. Wili3t' will be considered. frequency the
luoaistet with tl- ,present treat,}.. There is on the tract a supeneir! orchard HUMord, Thomas, Thfnla!J. Maks.I7. From Talaha'e by Lipona, Marion, Fort importance( of the mail I IC r Wilson's Miscellanies, Maeauley'a Miscillanie*,

ARTICLI III. of Pt'arhe. FIRS, &,c, ; also a voung vmevard, which Hanks:, Rev Festui Wooten. U.-dden Hamilton: ( Talol., C. II.Columbus, Mine Fines will be imposed, unless the eleliriouency American Alminac for 1M7 Life of Adehsco, '

In the future appropriation; of the territory south the last year from 'S:to -I'') hu"hl'l.of fine hawkins:, Hon. George S. WilliamsMrs. Jones ral Springs, and Little River, to Alligator, 122 miles be satisfactory explained in due time, for failing to Daily Pocket Remembrances, for IM7,
of the fortv-muth parallel of north ltJludc'iS pro- urapen his t"ararter for health I!unquestionableApply 33* Persons calling for any of the above letter and balk. a week.LcaveTallalia.sse"Cvery. take from or deliver at, a {pelt office, the ijiail, or Uritiah Government Exprrim on the Food i.1

Tided in the first article of (hiS tre t}, |11.sv S'f.I to the Editor of the !Flondian.eir em the premie will please say al.erlio. onc Sunday at Sam, arrive at any part oCt: ; for suffering it to be wet, injured,loot, Animals, Lcropriere's Classical Dictionary,
rights of the Hudson' Bay Comp'an), and of :11 I I I to W. C. MILLER MILES NASH. P M. Alligator next day bv 1 p m. o(lestroycU; fur conveying it in :place or [manner Lyra noce-ntuni. by Kcbl>e's, 'a

British subjects who may b already in the orcupa- I January 't, Is 17. 2', January 2, 1M7 24. Leave Alligator every Wenesay at 1 p m, arrive that exposes it In depredation loss, or injury!; fur refus'nig Fremont'* Exploring Expedition Jack Datchelt.

hon of land or other j> | ? > Uvsfuliv. aIIlo withia -''I Apple, Potatoes A.C.B. I Tallahassee next day by p after demand to convey a mai by any coach, Lady of Monsero, by Dumas Double Witness of
the said territory,shall be respected For Sale. a for twice also for three times a week railroad car,or steamboat which contractor regularly the Church, The Lenten Fast,
.ARTICLE IV. I BUShELS CORN and lots of FODDER. R. Schooner. i. I). W. POS are now receiving, I 1' r service Proposals, will be considered. runs on the route beyond the specified number Early Jesuit Missions in North Americaby W. S, a I

The fans.1ndl, and other property of eH'ry des. 1000 will be sold low, if applied for linmcdl- ,- Proposals to run by White Springs instead ol Lit of trips in the contract, and for not arriving at Kip. Bevendje Sermors,
tri"ion| blon fo the PujetV Sound Asricullural aUliE.iquire 01 E- L. STROIIECKER, or "Apples Su.l and Butter tle River will be considered. the time set ; and for setting up or running an ex- Malcolm's Bible Dictionary. Gertrude, by W. S'c-

Company on the north side of the Columbia river, Janua'y j, !S17. 2: BETTON: PotatO J Crrker. 3"I8. From TalahuP by Miccosukee, to Mon uress to transmit commercial intelligence in advance well, Mo< hall be confirmed to the aid company In rate, &IGS.I Onions. Puhtrize Sugar, ticello, 3.mile bdCk. twice a week. ;of the mail, a penalty will be exacted equal to'a quar Bond's Golden Maxims, Joan of Arc,

Lover, thiS situation of those farms aie land I Wanted by J. K. Fortune, Cranberries, I Cldift.d do. Tallahassee every Tuesday and Friday at ( (ler'l pav. Evenings with the Chronclers.Hyperion, by Lorg-
should be considered by the United S'ate be of BUSHELS in the Tallahassee. January 2, IS 17. 24- a Lave, at Monticello same days by f p in. 7. ThcPostma.terGeneratmav annul the ontrc fellow, Married Life Nature' Gcnm,
public arid political! importanceand the United ,500 .VJ do Cur do "hucl. Leave Monticello every Monday and Thursday at for repeated l failures; for violating the pe>.-I Self-Information. Dog and Sportsman.

Sutet Government should sicnify a desire to obtainPowmion :,01(1 lii do shelled hukfo.! Iii Chancery. Cam, arrive at Tallahassee lame days by C p m. laws ; for disobeying the instructions of (Lremdeparf- SOO sketches ansi skeletons ot Sermons, by the author

of the whole, o of any part thereof, the 1(0( Chickens, /., LEON CIRCUIT COURT. 3'1 H. From Tatah1e.by Mannmgton,and Dun. 'I ment ; for refusing to discharge a carrier when required of Pulpit Cvclopaedia.
property hall l ti e transferred to the said and Tallow. THO&IAB BROWN 1 Geo-, Thomavie 34 miles and back, by the department ; for assigning 4onrtnactwithout GOLD PENS &c.
rtuirc to agreed Slin'.lide. cilvi1 (Ihe consent of the Postmaster Gereral, or 1 dozen Palo Alto Gold Pens,

Coment.G between the parties a proper nluation b up January I. 2; Christopher Williams.S George t once wee.Lave every Thursday at 6 a m, arrive for seliul up or running an express a afore: aid. Goodyear'* Elastic Bands, for bill-holders. I

ARTICLE V. AT \MHERS ) E. Dennis, William at ,, same day by "pm. S. Postmaster General may alter the (infract, Premium Quill Pen Nib,with holders Steel Pens. f fCallendera.

The present treaty.shall be ratified by the President Tallahassee, January C, 184v ji James J. Vickrl Wiliam'j Leave Thomasville every Wednesday at I a m, arrive and alter the schedule, he allowing a pro ata increase Envelopes. Slates and Pencils, Paint
of the United by and with the ad.lc and Young A. Johnson ) ITS, and v'ii.m at TMahawee same day -p m.3'tX of cumpnution. within the reduction imposed Boxes,French Pump Inkstands,amortf-d sizes. Pock -

jnent of the Sate and by her Britannic r*. of a rendered in the above re ). From Talahui by Salubrity and Quincy, bl1w. adJiliona service reqv ired, or et Inkstands. P. A. HAYWARD. ji
Petition f"r Divorce.formerly Hvirtue Ire and back three times foi the ( employment of additional January2,1S57. 21
Majesty a
tod tbe ratifications shall be exchanged ald Dclila Humphrey., J twenty-first day of November. to Bainbndgc mit .
: stock carriers rendered but the
J-ondon, at the expiration of six months (rom the Delila J JIN I A. D. PrIG at the last term of the Circuit or is necessary; ,
and contractor may. in such case relinquish the contract, French Shoes and Slippers.
hereof, or sooner, if possible. this case, it is order that this bill be fle and Court for Leon County in favor of said complainantand Wfk.Lave Tallahassee ever Tuesday Thursday,
It 1ltne"'Ileref. the respective plenipotentia- _L that the same be set for final heainu first against raid defendants I will offer at public .at 9 a m, Bainbridge same d"YI by on timely notice General if he prefers annul it to the the change. TUST RECEIVED by the Tallahassee from New j jIf
;: e hle ti nt& tbe same, and hue affixed thereto day of the next April Court for County', or no sale, before the door in the city of Tallahassee 9pm. The may contract or Orleans, t I
Cour-houl Wednesday and curtail the service, and pay when he wishe* to dispenise -
Bainbridge Sunday, Ladies Kid
eseal1ot their arms : noon ,during the term, a the same can beheard on Monday, first day of Februarynext Leave every Siipper,
service in whole in
ll the fifteenth uf in thrre&ter order Friday at 1 a m, arrive at Tallahassee ame days by 3 with. the or part pr place Patent Boots, I
tbDne WubinJon day June : lrit. That this b puli.hfd in within legal hours, all of f lot number one hun a higher or different grade of service on th ; route C'
r of tbou jjid eight hundred andOtly.iii. for and seventy-nine in the original of P m. Morocco
one of papers space (179)),
Ld OD 0 dre plan Proposals; for semi-weekly service will be.consid- he allowing one month's extra pay on the amount Cloth D'Orsay Gaiters, .
months before said final hearing city of T.IahsC. to be sold to satisfy (
JAMS. BUCHANAN. [L. s.] THOMAS BALTZELL, Judge.A of three one hundred and twenty-six dollar ered. dispensedwith. Calf patent Lace Boots,
Grooverville Ga. to I '.I. The will be made through draff. on
From Monticello. by payments Send. Nullifiers,
RICHARD PAKEMIAM [L *.] Test : *, mentioned in decree, and the costs to be'txe. 33L.
Ana wherea* the said treaty has been duly ratified true copy : D. McRAENY, Clerk. Terms saie unow n at sale Thomasville, 31 mie and balk, once a week. I post offices or otherwise, after the expiration! of each Patent leather Palo Alto Shoes. .

e both parts, and the respective ratifications of the Pv JOHN B. KEEN D. C. F. Leave M every Wednesday at 6 a m, arriveat : quarter say in February, May, August, and [November. I ItlRCHETT &. L1NDF.NllI'.RGF.ll.January .

'e at London the seventeenth I I WHTNER. Thomajulle same day by 5 p m. : 2, l17. 21
wtruxchnged: ,on January Ct. IS 17. 2; 3m January, IS 17. 21 & Euity. I


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: tIL iz : i.L: =s SANDS SARSAPARILLA, : State Tax-Collcclor Snlf.T -undergned- cc..I'anncrshsp.rnlpC have a'srciattd.themselves toI MARSHALL HOUSE.

FOR Till: RK.MOVAI.! AND PERMANENT CURE AT NEWPORTpHE >Y virtue of the power vested in rcebylaxv, 1 shalletpoe ELLL .
in Isisiness ur.da the firm of
uoUs1 A> D STAIK BUILDSXC.G 13 forr lc. before the Court hlooeedvir, in ta'ientb. above cstab-
oLL! I 1I' ..KKS RISING FROM ANIMPURK subscriber will be prepared tieer.suinc staJL PRETORIUS, are now recrivin nd oiTer for sale a jJJAVING

41 G':IiAUD ViNGCRHOETS.Jfr STVIE: OF THE BLOOD v>n,with ff.'perior ancammoJiam Ware I IIou( e the city of Tallaha. <
t% t !I HAIIIT:! .-' THE SYSTEM. and Cotton Shed Room for the above b-jiine<* in all On /irJd Monday in February nrzf, of Clinton and 3lonroe stride, opposite the avingitfLI
.Vzt Stf'j/i / fV I'ttvn BjrtIVlls \, corner neatly fitted so that I be aMe
will up nay t
( VIZ : it! tranche*, zad earnestly solicits a share of public the following property, or so nech thereof as PiHrnix Bnildins, and kno..s n a, tthe Riake. corner, < Bj ab .}
1 j n-tire that hs; is prep.&rci tovJ $fmfla vr Klt 'f Kfit. t'tmiriii'tn. ( tiwteCdvt.ot' patronazeAH pay the State Tax doe on the sirre fcc the >ear 113: will be pkased to secjtheir old lrier.dead who rail comfortable, and flatter mvielf witb tv!

'i, j'y! 1H4 friends aad th,' pno'.K- ErpiH'. Pimple* i-r Pit
r with Martules of CABINET rUR- }'
i N1TUa. riri tip 1.1 a stjle not In tirpi II1.n>* **' Tf'tfr. .*> !// H'ct-l En'itrzrrnmt and thi'*business, he fiitttrshini-wlf con potent to give nc"n. prepared to M.NL'FCTURE. in the in the absence cf either ef them P **BzeriwSifcp
.*eJ by : workman the Stataul The E N NW4.NE 4, They are here will meet with co detention, as
in ,
I ay 1'ai.t of t\t Jji'ir* nn.Jn'*, Stullmrji I'lten jMural satiifaction.Ho f. E4ar.dSES2c; latest ad ut"st fashionable .Vve, ny rarmer.t that prif *
be had
j. at prvk'4 crr'?t O. (J.Tiritix / will further! be prep.rc-d to furnish Rape Bas- S3T3R2Nar.dEEISC4S2tWo1; J be ordered at their establishtient. ansi will as. conveyance cn by application to me. !

time*. !BJ.VSU-. < '!*>. Ta'tlof: ririous kinds. v-'- &fi out 11i.Ijuikiobs u.ca.y. C':.?. 'LiSt. Iron and s-J"h other leidir.! :: Plantation | W S 3", T 3, R 3. N arid i:., si"iaetl near Man- may those nho may paIr. niie tb4zi, that the; will Eastern Stase arrms on .Monda',. Wednesday .ia

tY- %Ww'lr/v. i".i: : t *n-i exi-rj Jeant .1 + \ \ I IIL .jprit, or !)' 'j1rp'T(r !'flJ7rIt4e7ltC K-jlits a* are gent-rally advanced oa crops t the I niirrfon, p'-.rpoftir to belong to Lewis Conner and sure endeavcr (is ire satisfaction in ev4ry respect.'Their Fridays"Wedrj, at 7 o'clock A. M.. and dparttoa ifo _
tyle of Fanitur ile t< order d the the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Conpinv. djjs, daysarjJ Friday, at S o'dctp
r> 'or rear 4t tit Life, .i?. ,. I v CoH'Ulitinntt Jhfrdtifrj 4'vr.i.L: of the seaon.R.itii assortmett cempriss,1fl prt,the fvdlowin:: 3j
1- *i,rvt nTc.. il.'s ; X :ire.rd t G cs.itnrt iar US( oririton i a C'irfiS.nition hitherto unJL of $lvrastSt.c.< fl'iiti at this pls e. S 17.T 1R l.Narj.lE-.exrepttheE J.SE 4of Frrnth and Brodrothi.Do. Th) ? Northern Stafe depart immediately after 1h

the utl.lii: oJ lli-j-?<. ar>lih other w 'rk *.* i known 11 the history >-.( Medicine ditfennz enTsr. GEORGE MILLER.Nc.vport >-:,j Action; also E i. N W S 17, T -, R 1 N and Snperior arrival cf the Eastern, and return* the nine dar
do. CASIMER. Do. 'i',. FANCY dn.iE.'TLV.5. o'clock P. .%I. The Western State
wrally d >" e b hMicaruentors.. His ** intkis 1 the \V E: JN W 4ST2RlNandW.ownernot arrwriW
4 5 > pnc ly in it c.3Ca; r ai otieratior* trim aricxift July 2 I'I3. 1 ;
departnn-U w.lljch to induce ih Je dciriu iion I ISatlin. ia time to take the Eastern line,and d.parj,
1. as
&! pretaratn5 t-f Sir *r'arilU wbirh hate beer.jt fl. on Man
< f b-jiHini. :iv.- him erar>loy, while tho i'ailJty diflereot timcHi otf ie-J ta the public. It act* spc'h.aiiy *- State cf Florhla-MkldIc Circuit, ta wit: TheEJofN W 4of S <3, in T 1,11 I.Nand W, Silk, tlcI. floth. W4oIIen Trlre! do.RE.IDY..I.ID days, Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5 o'clock,A. V

1g .f his: i work, if : 1" n >t tia-pit will at least n,>.ia th who; '>>tw, thereby brinrin? it IN CHANCERY. *'!acres, near Lake Jackson, purporting ta belong to CLOTJIL C.-Fine Black By"this line, paVserzer* will fake the Mail Boat I

eJu.t! any w c i! :n. irj th ctu.To deritdirevt and unni .i 't iafljeiice. Althoojli.j. E-thcr B. Bole, Ctmpliinaat. Charles Williamson. Englich and French Dres. and Fec k Coat., mediuniqnahity ChaJfahoochie fee Analachicola" 03 Mood !T M jThursdays.
TdilUa-e. an-1 s-tr-n Hinjr : O3 Rn; f;jcij ,,fJ.hnlLle following town lots Part oflot No. 171 do. French Caesiter Sack catsdo. Tweed, ,
the Also the :
1 citu-"i j-t ,- .-v%fTl'il h '*lJn;: etfpct-, ye? it i* en- ,
k'. tyjntrr, !hwwili t'Trn bii tnos-t hearty thanks for I tin: barrr.e! sat':*: it -am t ir>jure the rno! deijrt'e Defendant. $ a L>Mwrce'TT in the north addition to the of city Tallahu-ve. also Rlack, Crown ar.d Plaid do. Sorb ta and Orercoats.PANTALOtNS A. O. MARSHALL, Pr ri tw

H Irw patr.aiz !be hi* h-retotcre receiveJ, and tra !# rua tituin.; Wh-n in ''reet health! noeff of rhe Court I-t N" Vir.the sjub half tf the county quarter of ci e..ery descripti n. Large assort- Quincy, November 7,1; 15. 15ATTORNEY
fuM.-hcd the ati, zctiV.n
1. 1it h* mavitim to tic i sat! that tif; dfichn: ha* r'zcotd ir 1.1 1: e S'tthit ,-.*
d.f their caa-i Jea-e a-< 1 lavor. : bxhertciiM i ti i* seated in the frame. an-J A. A. FISHER. Cravats,Scarfs.Collars,hlandksrch eIsselt adpactinz 9i. c'iiN:

Fer12rv! -. c .r.-ij fit its ictin lothe path -$' litV, then i* thTefcrrdtfiitJ! oid-nir> pri, -< < ca.ot-! mitred l brve.l, that urcn a learmi.n hir.i : // ShlT. _r.d tr-t'JJicio Ta\-Col. L. C. Socks Oera Tie., Suepen..krs, attn Scarf,, &c., AND COUNSELLORAT* LAW

mil t.-i* ar.d Au-isf <-, 1. :''. 3 rri l.c.. &c. J B. BL1.L.Nuvember '
:;> r.; -t-rio i'--- seen ; it Ja per. Hamilton County, Florida.
; had Tkllihae
State Tax Collector! Sale.BY Tb. tart* charred ir. the Cill, b; a:
21 1 4t3. I
nfe. ai-d vi a-ul brmrs hfttllh ,
.i'.v jr. andtrea.5tiit November 2'2inl.5. ISThos.
.11 the ("rt-h 'Ucor.J Monday in February Tax Collector' Sale.
.J %"irti? "t t:: >vcr ve-'ed la ni<. : law. Ihil I th st.'rtem.? and djjKcd-
t KX? : 2 d tI.e dffoTidar.t n r j'iired in th moin- Y ti'tue of the vested in me by law I
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r\:>' f FICKON.'-Lrr power R. FORTNET JrtT. Heir,
ttae to ai>:x--r aii pies-! r an '.vcr to. in4 t'.eferidsaji ,hai'. en the t-cond Monday it. March next,
ia thT.n fJ.r.C1nt% ol Ha .: It .
ri.ua crLp
> 1i! : iIC1 aricals fri-rn New ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
b" U by law i< 1rovi-d. .i'aJ if M further Jut recriced by sundry AT LAW.
; f-r salp before the Court House door in the
Th* iirtt .V .f/iv ii l\braarg ff4', I :i- ertnicile i ou'.x AI.. .T link in the chain epo-t
4 > : ret ; Ia assortment of
that'a ant New Orleans.
urdfTfl, c. r> : b.il ar.ii orJt-r be of Ta'Uhass. County tf Ie n, the following Yc.rl. a ze r\7ILL continue to practice in the Sopericr
-LI tfe* fftil ; jrn'.rr. tdv cf this cnVr Spubii FANCY AND STAPLE >
T c-.livt-r' J tot : t, r a copy dfac'nbed jroj-erty, or ; pay
211 the Stste iiCi> nty taxe* d ii ra th.rr? : -rtfwyear j !1i e convinced. WLt it h-i djne cr.ce it will d->
pay uUlic clthis State fcr ofFlainand
S-MHO w.vspaper the Stite and County Taxes due thereon Ice the year part Superior Court cf the Middle District,aid tie Coua-
3' l4-i: :: : the %r are of throe EHJJ!'** at leist, before tLe thy U 1M1 fiode Lube,, 'rancy ik Pounts andLigh'.Ornhre ty of Columbia in he Eastern Dfstrict.
llw S E J ot Sc ri. Kid Th? E i of th .
h.arn.: SiT R N and Residence at Mor.ticello Jefferv
E SW 2 3, E. ,
i 4. purporting Ocunty A j
; ,j Sec 33,mat! the ent r<* t-ctinn 31, and the W of S c !!* ra.iv certify that niv n. nT Ze'1 <*venteeh Taflahasee, Oct-Vr 21. !-t5. Fr Trustee iiC. Plain do. ,BI'k. an whiteSilk IIose, bwinessenru with him will be !
I- 33, asd the E i of t .,? S W J of Sec 2->, aU ol T ?. been tr te- year: itilicted with the.*-r<'fulous THOMAS HALTZELL.J to bs long \Vesley tbes. Gubre CaLrnere, Canton rape arfs. ded prcmptvat1..
of cf Tallahae to.
No. the
Lat 17original
S i plan city
3 K 12. N tn4 E The Nt4fS2.a'dthNQf4I Irttnor. At the aze f--'n }rar h* had t he rn faslt-s
itlgeof tho M..iteCircmt of }1nida. to belong t'. Wn. Maner. Cashmere R.bes, Ftr.h. Vv.t! !tats, March C' ;=.-u. 33
.S 3. a*! the N P. I A S 4, T I. U 12, X and K.nr- winch probably cau><'d thi burner to make itj aj>- .% '-i.-c % N'.s p-irrK-rtins 23andr.Ncrthahii cf TallahaKe Alpaca dPi. Plaid fl4inet Ribbons.IVerk .

J>*rHBC to Ii'i.s 2 t > the U-lor
:: b Alothe S Ef < 31. T 1. C 5 'i, 'jr' fron bie hid to ln tei-t w.th *': ..iJ tumors. I cori- r;, JOHN B KEEN. IVp. Cr... purj c rting t o to estate of R. B. Ccpc- White Tarheton Bnd deLaine Shards,

bct"r ol M "<1.' ine. .i-.d he eximin d him R. ?. SMITH. C.-rr iuna-.ts- Swiss and Rook MnIin.
4T C. R ?. Nand E; W \ S W 4- Sec 3. T 2.R2NandEENESociT2Ji2Nar.d. apply to the Honerable Janes M-Gilchrut.
d his
JO ; ': f anr oiH* Tat C-4. 1J. Co. ea.eadT1.edlntucon1t Dr. R'erec1 New Vor.I Judze of Pnbate for Gadsden Cccni for letters ofd
: llien tei.frnt tf thai After I--.HS F. ; W i SE 4, Sec1, T 2, R'2, N and E ; W J N E Silk Warp Oientid. Rack Gijo de Sri ice. ; mi-nion a Administrator from the estate cf Susaa
Nerenber 14 l t-. 17 3rs b.'inj a city. a "
rc non 'i: 'Gm de 1bine
? and critirjl .iiuation. h*%ii z rrxre thin tK.r'xotrur III.ACK t11t1)O1. 4, Sec 3, T 2. R2, N and E containing t.6a.) ares. flack .Alpacca, S. Ssell, decezsed.

medical e-ntletTjen with hm at the sam? ti.ne purrH'rtir-s to bJcrs to William Hall! and the Svufhtrn '4 Bombazine, ChamSr Silk, R- L. EDMONDS. Ada'r.

t ; ?:e I'tonr-a-.r *\ it Str-fnia, r Kiir'e Evil T1w.t Lite Insurance and Trust Cumnar.v. Lisecdtinze &inertings, Fiurcd Silk, Quinc December 12, isi. 21 fn
addition" Swiss and Jacottet dci R1.ie, Siraw. Pink, and
: i L>t ND. rth-w-tat the city cf
chi i th*>a r-rernb-l If r, IOt1 intencd -
ruin: iJI-r--s'; has Tinarran. *"'iir'' f T aJL [ rr-.!< --ji dru. :r > .. Thj* tme He TY W1r Taiahis-; purpcrtir.j to blr.g to H. H. Rmkin, French Worked Collars. Cherr( cc!. FIorece, QUINCY
't r.t'd > i- .'l.I"t :> t-V Ju-i of Kf; a-.d his 1'u tecjme -
: flret a'.T: :Js.I'l.l .z tes i'.ttTea. 1 1 i" f > ti.n e ri L.tNo.2.Sec32.T2RlNandWCSE }'.ncy Silk .!it., IVhr anbik cct'ori }k'e.Ctdcred MILE AXD FEMALE ACADE3XY.n .
the that h.d rUED BY VM. G1EP.ONS NEW JERSEY.
c ttunf* "f rrero-jry r.vr; nveafcim.
:: 14c1.ed.t.l *,-: ; ht-n up to Li. ,1 f'. r.as ::. a-.i" -ii-: 4, Sec 92, T 2, R lN aid W ; WN W 4, Sec o. K.d Gc.rts, .IVorcteii do.hArtz .
-\ b'-.e .. h-s in
; v.v ; ci ? awsj: ir m ur.der-jaw. liE exercises tf this Institution will be
j ) r dxraL. % dr c -' r x tt :. F. L iht For dm Silly T 1. K 1. N and W.. containing 2-V acre, purport- wIi't Lace do.tFjnp hi. k Cas-imer, rwnsrf
the ::rt j.l -, j b'-;> ** JT Enslnh walnut, a Tii. :tr HE the first Monday in January. The
on scholastic
lhe Ca1. R K V. T.N. '.. tr"S > : SIuch.. >:< ',; : .- c !u. Wiliiam R. Johr\, in ins to belocg to A. F. Duval ai.d the L'uion Cal ot"M'tndi. Paok! Silk d. tripped d.s.L. .
". : : : ;s lbrz- .sa eeee, and a piece is divided five
': ear into two sesonsct: rr.octhitaea
B. IVvi4? fn r : sun.-1.- *t the Virg r it.ih i Vittn.. jri'id dan Rosani HJA- C. lhandkcrchiefe.Ker&tuck ,
r hortet n -t ic---. N. :, ; J > tri near the cr wn i.t( :\\t\ h *id. Il tht-n went t"t' > Jeans Bleached and Jironu Shirtioge, the second commencing on the first Monday in Jose.
.a.. S tti.t >-Tt" Sir H rr% Salrruni, VilJair, Driv.r, W i S7 4. S-c I. T 2, R lN and W., ,
1 -i' -,} .
-i in three
< Phui.1 Linsess Mi'ied P13.lflC arid IKercere, Shes,
WNESec2TIRlNandW.ccntain. ,
u l'j.\:\ ,-.v, 4LIZTe. R \aiu wsthedinot Aratus..
Fruia tire to crsot hi* limSs. sei-r.ratins, in ri>nj -j cLare of Mrs. FERGCSON who is
a cost eice'Jeit
Etna Fire Insurance Company j ..- .'k :uce ot the al-trition. the muscle and cord Sn. A-tcrrii. irr. R -t'.o-: a d '%lIllafier-.nI\ is out ing 10- acre, purportic to belor.to David Rbm Dlar.kets, Oabtrze, flannels, RLudy Made Clothtnz andicct'ul teacher and hasdnrir.therastynj.
't the djin ol Tiir.' it --i. \ t1'e .ire cf Sir Hal. suti and the Untn Ci k cf Florida. &r &c.Dcent.er ; ,
i ft ? ankle .
the liule i.t the
j the back
>ri j jint i it yart.j well vistamfd the hizhreccmctndafions with vLich
? ; Hartford Ccuacctkut.J. Tie ab* h.- ndirs Lots No 77 7,7jand North addition to the l l ti. 2
!! t'rre < ve rv :s IK w ?! at the plantation ?O,
j Mt o".e fi'te'ti ritniij i <
r s res T nei she entered the Institution. Able and efferent A-
? R FOBTUXE. A.t.. i 5"rr-tn tltt iiian oi e thrrtt ard tho I have cf ( c'i. WM. M. MAXWELL ab-'it fir ir.i.-* eastfT4l.jr.i city cf Tallahassee, pnrpcrtiii to beloL; to Gt.r;e
: e place Order No. 2. s,.rar.t j w ili se raplot ed in the several Departrreau
T&11kb1et: Nombr i 1Fi.i. : <-e. Tr-S1O, Slo.ind S2Eitrct ". K. Walker, TnMee, Le.SW.NIV4.S'cl.T3fl2NandE.oor.tairi. ,
|I taeannaed. la 1t I ', 1 lived in 1'ittirn'h. N. H.. lIe.in Qrsc.ras. ) ansi etcrv essrticn will be made to re&dtr the Institution
: cf j 1 'tor In m WM. GIEHON*. E ., the -
i ar.,1 h<' attacked with Rhcanati- Fever which ]
i. w i4 a Ta11.hacsee. Dtcemtfr-r 23 1Sli of An extensive Fbiloepliical
T' R. FOSTl-NE, .\z-X of ?h; r-c' I-- TV.ii n IP ..'. hi' h;; which swelled as lanre a owner. ot the Ni'hern charupii n, Fa,hi-r. :" in; ->'' acrp, purportin5 to belonj; to the htirs vfI 'T'HEQ-urter Master Gei.eral furni.-h all J aol- Chemical patronage.Astronomical Mathematical-

Company. j< pre.-ul tt ke are r.a I three ol the 'ler. i&r Mi-FrtreamintJ! Siiad i\\ is a-\'nr < i"a >wcop4tjke. S> "0 en- I Ltd* C. Ft-rrIl. wjlj
r ine
J. of State with the including the Air GaJtarc
; teru4 .iuy other othce of a* >iJ : 'h -. hm !h-i !4 nurs until he l'-st hi* ,ear'n.- trancr tlve s' r'.r J. two j"irf.t; its. in } *". ;. I bred i iBi j A. A. FISHER; SheriFLiri unteer military companies thee list of Apparatus Electrical Machine Pump, Battery
is;. Nc.btr :. -I I he..te a'iJ Tit lot The.nim.iu. | :i.t'' .'i;; ic ': .:: .. H-- .* -'ir-? f...U 2vvr. and ft tiri*;. ad ti fiao Tux Collect! :r.Decer.ir necessary arms equipments, re ervin; a Coxr.pou&d Elcw-Pipe,
:c a and the Barometer Globes .
such application Surveyor's Ccnpass 4.
equipment provide
arms ? ,
Li* xk r.ve-J !f Tvvl }i.-. >! tdsTvo
*> i: ; a- rj -
!: I!. m'CoiKhi -td he hanJ n'rehi I Ij < -
: ; :
GatKiIcii Circuit Court re--i. suchcocipar.j shall be accornpani with acertiffrcn together with a well selected Library, and is extensive
j jWa. N..it.r 1 I
Tiie tr.-r.i tir .> h-vo* attack-Hi rith this ft-ver in I
collection cf Minerals for ilin
j Iluiulred DollarsPROC'LAMATIOX Reward : icate to the Quarter Master Ger.er4 the ccia- *rratioa in Gedozy. -
: J. Bii'.i-y;: Adra'r. Jr boni man, ) 1"J. wii-n hr;. j ri pr. nl,1 Sat"anarLa. anuj
man.iin.r itLcere ct" the resident to $hich such c in- Chemistry, Mineralogy, afford the student
;- 4 with the wjllmixed: < i" A 1X1- .' 1 j '',- .j T' 'J-> ..it>::rO *!iat ail o'i-r m !--r.e hid TIN MANUFACTORY. puny i is attached, that such company ha !been cranzedand superior advantage?, and render the .:u-ij of *ciezct

': *< lamy, deceit JIa C.ise! rj. i uiivJ i f" :; .. TiT5i a cure. I ent a* d procure.!
te. ai.. :'> ti.ctimebe had taken it all I cTisiderej! j j I:. Flnslcr tV Co., shall leo set fartl. the numb :r cf oicers and A Beardir.z House dtsirted especial'.y !< r V-M
: 3Iry RowU*. E t V ? place > b- L-.o bright in said accordsnz to the muster- ladies.ha been erected and placer under the charge
*, i RJ: I**, d-.v'd */ 0/. j j jt nd Jivcly; : -c I Ir came r.i hwfi<-e and lir--fr 'm HAVING; I urhati l!Li the entire< niferestf Mr. roll privates of said company company; and provide.I, further, that cf Mrs. Ferzusan. Beard, indudinz wa,bir? and
IV.k TIN Il4
rT 11 tvc itisfti rjf the fVnr*. *. ":.jt tinje'tiil the Fall of J44. hcnr.piain's to 'P. take this
tpneninc nevf the Captain cf such ccmpanv shall before the delivery lodsiBz, flO per cnth. Ecard. both (.r male aid
: ,JL the affidavit tiloi: w&'i thr original r* .I i i thi- tr.-.d t..ri. At That time he bcamed-4f. which ;, ff.i-tli d < t 1ifrL..:< tIle ;>ub.c ti.at the; will keep ot such arms and equipments, enter into b< nd, fec !ks, nay also be procured, it tc same r4eia

<-3 e.that the aid Mari Rwe! Ev curm "f 3"' f 'r ,. --.t.-.j.-! arii! 1st M.rch. when hs ti j'j ev> heCW '1 i' "n. _*,.*rTly. on hand at tr.. ir e.4!: %i<\ < ite J. R. For- in double the value ct" said arrrs ar.Jw euipmeurc, several rf the m.'s r resI.ectabe! ftres ia trwsQiiccy -
ILUuie.dcJ.. rt"dhA.. -xl T"i< li; !< f.f t/-!: > atf.-; <-trd : fri, t'.it tithe! f ft and iithtt artirl'
*. i' Sate f Fiori la, and the St Te of V.rsi 11. :i BK>- *: :.t of t-e: t .1 th t he w** m a gr fat measure > Tin 'tiwifly k'ft in t\rir line approved cf by the Quarter Maser ( eneral. payable rerardinc the rater cf tuitirn. rern.at.n&c.
i.f'fit'tnrTht wIl: :-e iTt ; dft-d to fun.i-h
tifB of the S..>li.-itar t ir #nd c tS;liint: If **nfev>./. : to the State of Florida, and ronlitiuled that the nd i.c. reference may be had to the pnr.ted Cat fortes

--f That th? *aid Mnr R >wl EriT s- *t" rc.I..J.k K-i iwjnz t.'u SiTkl** Sar r.atia! wa the er lj.ne .t. M'-ri-ha'.ts in te c.tr.: Tin-w-re at as 1 1-w and hal be retorod to the State cf the Inseitutijn, which be rrc-cured IT -
.. ri am? equipments nay application
d*, appear ind snerthe riiinal bill! fiVl :n'... ::. -. th-st r. uiv 1 ne !1r aay ffd.. I anpiu-ii -'ir. .. t t" -> ri<: 2.t i: ;: : t'.i N rh ; 2n.J b*>- i it'1 Ily 'IV. D. MO..CLLY. Governor of Florida. cf Florida in eood order whenever te same shall be to N. H. STEWART. FnacpaLQuincy.
; iid 'hv V. the ". t Mr. !> *; >. A' .. .tl.tcar HotoViir H trt '> rIiaJ..rn -.e fr: t': rrr.-rlvi-s.: There :?
CWMe ti oai-e w ne ;.it h- j ; at n-'ro. ATTHERKAx it ha bcn rtif.td to me thatJ..IES demanded by any oticer authorized t the Governor December 5,1'.:6. 0jNotice.
.. '. :tr; i- *t in hiinr it l. it ,:.1 l bv free frutn I
u Tt. a w
wth fir t. ."e i wi.Tth. whi.- ht
revived.'ix' : rrf-ntlw frm thi i 'a < h n.oved the State demand the .
M--NA1J3 white in ct
a nan,
is V inAlication of this or!<>r, or the root ** '" .* ":iz- t- : u-" r trotu ti'eeeani h. arin<, an-i he TKWi Lrr a.. .ich .t :.t- v :. cu-tocj sane.W.. D MOSELEY. .
tt thi :.frl: of thf Cvuit: ; cf Alarhua, ia the Catem -
.* 4 ral bill!! in thi* in* will It* takea I'T o v--tJ- ar. ;.' h r-jrtH. a-.l radical!!* *.. I venh bej j ( ntral assortment of Tiu-\vire. j I i Circuit Floridj.cn an ac' njation of Lain December, 104.3. 23 j 41 A LL persccs having decands azaiast tie estate of

.. .Iaii? .fu't4r d-r4. mt t ii'i.. .. 'inMir. trr.ji.! sr.iM havt? Vei avoi-lcd 1 d /. Furnaces, such as every family ouzht tc j fr:,:.:.>uly murdered one SAMl'LLVOODS.. in the I JL\: John Graham, late cf Leon Cot.ny, deceased,
be Ddblwhed in >rv> netrsnaopr i-ubli Kt-.i in thi : .1 i ii i r ,ti ,:ud thnrowh the 'iee of the Sarar i- h-.le. SuTIT lIbr.er4 *: .irimTn r*_ Oil f.n* jic.-tsaid! Cc'ir.ty: cl Alach.a, in this temade his Jnt ISeceivcdf will take tictice that they must present then to tie

:. :u4d1e District of i T!?rida, D'v a wetl;, cti 4CU. i nil.' wV-T he wra* under it* inhewothe 'irettiie Counter Soaies, Zinc for Stu.es. &.C., escape from the custody o! &-;:d sheriff on the Eight \ COPIES METHODIvT! HARMONIST, uriJersisned, duly authenticated, within the tee
foarroo 'i iI h ft? are ?ne-emr4e| otenentii ef the fat of the : France
thrdy.for ; )| Sheet Irn i.'r mAir- Stove J\J Micheltt' Hisf.rv
: Pipes of the 1 Ifri .njt-.ai d is n< w a fu;itiie (rem justice. prescribed by law, cr this notice Trill be plead in bat
I .' Dated NorenHer 2". ti& i iGCUBQC I c te, ar. about -" feet > inches hizb, tout Napoleon and hn M ar,halls. by J. T. Headley, cf their recover.

S. 11 AXVKi:.S, J a .. fcc. T'* T-.e u >hr. t-.r the benefit of thoe wh may bo >* a.d put up at short notice, either in the city cr made has red hair, bice ee. eye Lubes inclined tots Hi,t--ry ot Na?> !eon, b> De L'ArJpche, ;>JO illus J. B. JOHNSON. Adn'r.
A true > At'e*!, : ,8-U! '. in iik. nierfeeuinz! a i.ronvicti.-!! tl} fI cvii'trv. trations. Prr-e and Ver e. b> Thcnsn Hod..
white, is an Irishman b\ L.rth, and a nan of much December 12. 1?15. 21 St
I. R. Ihzt CI.rk. I care t.a bv-es. eM--red .ok'.y trcn the effect othi ALSO a row im-.ii-'n; f. rdrairiirz Sujar. which ir tel'.utnco.1ir R
;, D *nber 1C. 1lVAllonicyjal 4 ti nirin. will drain it !it !>* r.arift m two dj s, and beg the I IhtrffvT', by virtue ..( the authority \rtcd iie. Fef'J apoera by Philip Jar s Bailey, X. 71. MARTIN,

: I! VNNAH. f Er S. 2i< Xliin t. p'artTfr: tu oaii a< d f\ai.ifi. in me, I dj hereby oiler the aSovc reward of Two Elrn: Pxkorin: Novels in one vc 4m5, rcmmis on and Fonrardio* :!trthIIt,

.y'Ja .cvfiTh; i- Bo'fort, ftetotr n. l'-Tt-n? ]'. rr. j I -." patent Weil and C-; :lr 'J Jolla for his apprehension and delivery Dante, tranh:.J by H. F. Cary, I

; I :ivIanlifdb. I i.\ s-'irel; ; : ? ahwe nitr.od Hannah U Beck. !. well adarttd to plantation ne.B To the Sheriff of the CguaU cf Alachua; and all cScvr Deck's: Workcomplete in one voldrce, 104 Poydras street,

aad iijje *Hcmnath that the above rertrtrate, b> L-rcrber 1I'. 2') and citizens are enjoined to aid in his arrestac Grier Caro'.iaa and Georgia, Alabama, 5porTard, NEW-ORLEANS LA.

: ? Jtfffrson fsuair.TTTILL FIid. 'j r s"'.*'rji '.. itI s'atc-rat:;t thireia contj.ed". t tare cording: to law United Sfte,C
--vJ therir-iit r 'r' :' ? M:
%fVCircni'. nd-.f :.* t"intx! ct Colu--*' a of the JAMi:< SK'E. K-rK-e f the P.r | Tax Collector's Sale. the State of Florida, at the Capitol in Tal- Catechisn by Bishop; Ives. TOJo.
}:aI'rl Criit,11trid.Intih. F"r ra' itr r irtir-i'.im: *n-i Eofi(1flie? i vidwe --.f W. ARGYLE, LATHAM k. BASET,
this 24th da cf November A. D. Medical Books.Chailej's .
? ,
A'izjs ;te- 1 : r V- a-id e.tca-y "ej aiaUeti: which: j jmv Y vrtu< ot a'lthr.ritt vested ia tIle b\ law, I A. BEST-WICK, S. S- Sisz.aT.
and rf the cf the L'uited
b o- i-- i of Aete.tti.: I s'tu.l tOW: f fr **.*, bciore the Court House 11' Independence Midwifery Dewee's Midwifery, December 5. If- o. 20
_ _
) yTii. Pt-T-: : .-. : ,c.a bv A. B fc r). %ND<. Prnsd4enhyuwl4k *- j 1'y.r.ia lli-nticcl'.i'. Jctfc-rs .u County, on the States the 71st -ear. Dewee's o"i Fenales, Dewee's on Children,

c- : F-t! < 'rwt. eomr-r of Wsll.ara. N. Y. | First Jfanday in July nr3t, WM. D. MOSELEY, Watson's Practice of Physic, Police.LOT .
: VinLLT '.MH.im.KENBROUGIIfc AfGCS ; By the C..'verw'i : Governor of Hot ida.J. Listen"
Wood i. Bach's Dispensatory. Surgery,
orsUlea from
% ,_ > > MVX.VELL. in ;ME.T.ub-e.zwii! th<- f :.i niL; jir'-p*>r'* r *o zrnwh thereof as miU ny
will nractke .
TUF. "irthip. ; &. CATLIN, IV.. ar.a.F.! B. WIITN4.t.: MarkiJ -. the State and CuJnt* Taxes cue thereon for theN T. ARCIIIR. Scc'y. Sute.N'x.'n Stoke on the Chest, Thorap >a"s Conspectus, ic., to two tracts ot land, siniatrd ia the 14th
.S. Tlu-y n-ili aTtr i *htj crtVtj( f". v. pay ber 5 1K-. I"' ftc sale by P. AHAYWARD.. District.
: D.-i.j--* e-i'.. i.!-. tL'igl-i.-ift; the United -a rnriy: Irwin.naw ThcoasCcucty.Gecrpa -
% dleDtiii: : 34Ck, :, r4Fri.' e'i tie*, ia the At'aia.ic: :a Disrict. Tbjn'\ ..< i 4'Soc 32. ind N W 4. i c 33, and W J ,,f % PRINTS ONLY.1.w .
Pn-e.; reri.Ii: >. Sib4:4fof'l.! j E T I R I. N a'.d E. ;th ; the other number not recollected, but per-
t' Thoci-w, Ge -r :a. T.4' rirt ufApez.; f Pi r .Js, 4, v-c purporting to be- Stale Tax Collector'. Sale.
& 1 1-- I w':> ar r----e.- requested to lonE to Duncan M. arlr chased by ne from John Rrddei-berry, and adjoits
Di. Co.'tts of' L'nind: rraty Q $ vested in law I ill
ij and the
Tct: a.iCjcuit : ; virtue -A the power ne by w
n -": ti._' :t : ?'. v iripa'i1a ti J ha' been WjN1V4.SeclST2R1.N&Enrxernotknc.wn. : L: the lands ot Moses Untcn. -nhere he now resides -
: :' State al Ta1i&Le. j ;br sale, befure the Court House dor, in
: I '
i"i-.*!-. '. ... irpIYe Any person havic? such deeds ia their ,
3- : ;-ii'jt-Jj: retEarkable cures of At thexf. ;ve K..ibiiimeit! cf Leon the poasessicn
p'&rcc thecitv of Tallahassee: county of on first
the 114t dirlc-j!' olas of di-a to which the l.u- Lot Nn. 3 frar S.-c 21T2R N ic E-1 will be thanked to d hver thtn to the subscriber.
lr H. BSAUGUSTUS() j I, acres. LEE & BREWSTER M tdi'y in July next the following property cr so
n. 1-1 t"rane i* -- ;S'---t ; th re-ft r? ask f-r Sand Sarsar.i. .2 21TR4N&E'i HENRY MASH.
?z H. MAX T1L. t ;-* i. :, a,M tikeo'h,-.. .' '4 1., 21T2.RZN&.E-1 44 CKDAK STREET, much thereof a* w ill pay the' State and Ccuat> tax en December 2f, 1S4'. 23 3t*
>:5. 3 $ the for the l-4- :
; some year
.. NEW
I. lV.i 4. 4. 5, '4 21, T 2, R 4 N 5 E, 4-ci'e. YoRK
>- Lots Ncs. .11" 31S, 319, 32"crizinal plan, and Sale of Real Estate.
Where-.re } all the NEW STYLES
.: I.AU NOTICI. :. UAl.\AEtDf: : Jr., '4 4. 3.U .".. T 2. R 4. N & E. 1ac.; '*. of PRIN FED rnnrcrstra'enear'.y CALICOES which have been prod jced I 17.,, north alditisn, cf the city cf Tallahassee purivrtir.e TN pursuance and by virtue cf aa order arid decree
h lmg in the beod of Mircos-x-kie Lake, the .ian-
; hi* tn-nd and th? pnhlic r.ear ) in thi- country, or imported f >r the fall trade, and i to belong to DavenpcrfE .1 cf the Hon. Judze of Probate ia and for the coccty
: tkuon cf Gov. Moselcv knc-.in.
;, ; i, -r k-1 the .re ii the cor- owner SMITH ret SIMKINS are orfered fJr sole for CASH OR APPROVED N W i. Soc -'>, T 1, R 1, Nand W., of Jet! rson, I will expose to public s. Ie, at auction,

;__ ATTORNEY ANH CTrt"N FLLOR AT L.\\7, ce----y .. t r i1uiidr Foot CREDIT at S W i, -- IlT1R2NmndE.. for cub, before the Court Hou ? doer,in McnticeGo,
: S.f!. anrx officio Tax Col. Jeff. Co.
-: rt'ilticji I"K.rlla. j .. : : rt1fou*.. Prices Reduced containing 010 acres, more cr le .,purporting tobe- ou the first Monday in February nextbeinz the 5nt
Deom'tr! 1- ; ; 2, Greatly
t_ '. -.. : ':- i 'id .i Ion; to estate of BenJ min Haiaa." Jay there-of. all!! the ri ht.title/and interest cf Wiley

\ \ ri-la. vi : 1> .t <" ". ';. Gv r.-.i. j v.i .- ,..m.- & *' ;< AN ) MKDICiNES. EveryatKrt..i i Within the la>f few da>s. A. A. FIShIER. Sheriff Brooks late of said county, dceased, of. it'. and to
Laws of rioihla. (:ij Purchasers are spjiranfet-d the prices-and and offifio Tax Col. for Lecn County.
'Hili the
a. Jar.uan I.! i-i.) '.5 I ] > ordor of 1ii4IciLs and Planters J Jj the fallowirs described lot of Land, situate en
A_ .rtLi-- w.4 n .II, L... I FF.Wr'r :( : 'PaTr.-.it! Laws ff Florid late allowance* made t>,r a eiven ''riod. December 2*. >4->. -23 Cta north side ot Mor.ticello, estimated to certain seven

I Ik- ". iit A Se.K.n.f r.ae'.C! (Cutalotfik-3 (renewed and corrected dailv)- and half known nunbei tire the
j .as rt--< : a ripj.lv" SHERMAN'Jj I: 'I...'ii...- -.l.. a acres, 15 .io on
j IVJP.M.n t .''.- ]t. '.\MPH. R ana CATHAirrirj Mir h jl. 1-1--: PAHAYWARD.Apalacliicola 2TiijtLS the prices-are placed! m the hir.d> cfbuyer map cf said lands. Purchaser to jtsy for titles.
aii sort with e ods crder ii..t.rnSer 1 FINE Mihoziny Side Beard, with narble tcp.
I j J.'IlIN Ex, (a'2> f .jrtirle. aid the most acree- SMITH SIMK1NS, Sherificf
: Laud ..- I 12, 1-M. '. ly I I Dining Tals.I .
i [ t r
S.tM\Vs; I- MIR MANS PLASTERS, the j LL : eriw ns are hereby earned not la tropa 5, Dr. JXO. G. GAMBLE Curl Maple ltead.applv toDectnbtr Cour.rr. December 26, i>45. 23 4t
Jr., .',, 1 4.-,. 2)) j. R. FORTUNE.
I .. -t .1 I' .4-x. ,
v' nuke of
.i i tcTer o crr-1 to the public nor j u-se >>r f te.suliste in any un- ]

1 i.i R f--r.2.i'.sn>, i'aijn the Back, Side, and Wek1 I wful raanner, on the )hr.if? the Apalaciirola OFFERhi! Prott* ionil Servc to the cti7ens Notice.9"IIE .

1 .. Lan.3 C' which and its vicinity. NEW BOOKS &C.
: XcI n; an> have not been regularly di- undersigned. Administrator on tee estate tfL

rrt3nTi I \ -% fR.! FOLGnlTS OLUSAONIAN. <>r ALL- poe.i if by u*. or our c<.npt<>nt a. ent or azent Nov. IS, Is43. 17 tf James Irnric, late of Bcnton County, Fkrida

: liE V LIN*; U ALSA .I.n java abiesaticU-Colds.Cvi1. heretofore as the penalty of the lax \\ill be strictly >e\v, Extcit&ivc and Splendid JUST RECEIVED PER BRIG EMILINE. deceased- will apply to the Hon. Jud e ot the Circuit

.*, A,shraa, tlit-wlias at the L n2 Coiiirni-; t-nforoed arinst all .-'d'-rt.. RiG'S Georgia and Carolina Alninzcs for 1547. Court of BcDtoQ County,in the Spring Tern of

4:4: rwtciscrs wii ti--i a.ni its kiidred <1.cie.- Paaplilets. containing Applications maj be Ti.ade rr purchase*,lea.-es or ASSORTMENT OF G Alabama Alriinacsfor l"4.Comic Alninac for 1S47, for power to sell the real estate of the deceased

rpAKESThs KJL ir.'t: tI.t .a ..c f-.t he eertiacate front ttersons in hirii staadinz, rcV -- othtr-Ai-ie, for the umi :vrd tf portion or tract 4L-.i '..-.e./ J r-i s- ':i oLG' a ep'j xJiir e.).J- I 1S47 New Music fir Piano Forte and Guitar, or so much thereof a. will pay the debts d= by
:tinzitval-ai-l !Cts, can be had gratis, by of aid lauds h ins and U-iii2 in the counties of Wakulla. y
ap- Thiers French Revolution edition
.4 has rt:-! -.J IL- &gT.t -p H E*ubscribers have just received per brigs War- cheap said estate.
,-.y.nz a* V.-. L<-.>n, Gaddrn *nd Franklin, and known as
JL Roident i.i Pekin, Theodoiph, Corchill to Cairo. NEIL FERGUSON Ada'r.Crjstal .
) i1dznz1rrirri StTT&C'&lCt d.oz calk-r and Almeda eeceral and full
? a assort-
Ti113aeJ.iarv the
!O. H: 25 tf Forl>cs Purchase to d-il authorized
our azeiit.
Mna.u-t. Wj wam and Cabin, We>tern Clearing, River Lenten Co. Fa. Dec. 2r\ 1546.
to Pcck'-T.a : rt. in 11,1. r.r i.| wluch h* Mr. J E. inent ci ,
\M ts DrTTsrR. in the vir'nity ff Quincy.
Widow's IValk.French G r.tlnanFtest Kn-cht
; intends to earn f.n thbu iii< < t a \IUX Nntice. READ .MADE flOTHLNC ,

'i M AKES.L'NDERT AKF.RaitJ UlHuLSTKiIEKndftcl ::4 IX tr.n.iTi .fter d..te. I shall apply to the Hen.v5 JOSEPH LEWIS CURTIS.PEL A FIELD, ron?;>tiij! in part of fine and medium qualities! oi Wild Sports, Wilfalnes cf Wonati, :; =
Chess Palladium, Klo-terham Last of Sirens
L well! pr -i'jr. J toetute an* crdcrs m ciir.cr Judw ot" tWj.N.f Le.ja Coiflity, for durausionjj TruAftf.i of i'if -JfataeJiitGltt Land C4,. French and English black Dre>s an.l Frock Coat? and SURGEON DENTIST
: O"Doar.oihut Marston Memoirs cIa ,
c.he above hrar.-hfs ol l his: bu iaes ; E tvwtor of tK! laet will at'1 tatnent nf January 1U.) l'-t". Pant. .Sa\aGot,Tweed and black and brown Cloth. or Statesman,

t.i: H* is | rovi-lcJ with tu.beil matfri.f! j thocuumfarture L'ik > W.ter..Wd. CHAS. S. SIBLEY. Sick and Frock Coats. Surto'iH lue. Llack and Ca.- Archibald Werner, Life tf Cor.de, HAS returned to thi-- city, and nay be foaad.it

of now urti< !<* of t'j'jiiwt > xr-.tiurp, Jul> I 14 .. *i Om No i I c o t.-r Cloth Cluak4 Kitin, Siik. Ca.hner and Ckth GabtielleMinansc.Fair IsaWle, Old St. Pauls, tine unless professionally eneized, at his

I aeb at Sacretarie, bureau*. TJble. fied teadn. -1 r'iried: i!hI> aa'h.-riiod? acent rf the Vet. Tower of London. Marcirtt de Valois! old rooms at J. L Denilh Boardioj Hcuse.

: Chiie. &< .. &c.. 1.1 tlic Mc V t and n., ? vt rfcrryie. 'VolJce.SIXr.r THE I -? % f ';,e A'>aii-1 ire-la Land Company .AUo 1 Gfiural .corlmcn1 of Geneieve. Mont Cre to, Hidelbere James, October 3, 1SI-5. 11 StnPolice.

u't He will 1 1J r .r descripfiba o: luruiluie. .tl atrr.tK.! I .'n'.l! j r nt r tTi ltc- :' r'rorar.d! t.. .clT! or r it ru-h rations and tracto a Rdemn, M. Antine.. Leontice. Wr>'s Berlin.

a-.i \ -. :. r* T the) H-.rt. Judso of I'r.-bit- | lan-iwiThi'i f'or'if- P.hasea.hatenci been H.-si.-ri. (;inke<. Shirt*. Collars, Scirfs. CravatsHaaukrir'icfs. Our Arinv on the Rio Graixle,Combe on Ir.far.c .

1 He would leturn 2i4 rr.t -ful :!harik !<. tlu ::r,K* i i a ..i tot t'.c -> f Jcf t .. ;., an 1 2- ;>lv t, r a ri ,f.Mw.tc! i.f tiv eul! Lanl V.mpsny. Per- n-nl-aau.-fir.a n w article,) JuJaL's Lon; b> Ch. Elizabeth, Music cf the ANNUaL MEETING of the St-xrlhol&rf

:: ef T11aiasee for tlse. ural: pstrin.t hi.i. a.- dir'e A : .. ? -< r tti\ -f f.stjft..' rf Wiluara fir.il Jntervi* -* ma> be !- with the inS crir er at Lidu-s" ian.i Cente Silk: Ur.di-r->hirts. Drawer Susindw Church, Amelia's -erns,01d! Purchase, THE the I'nton Bank of Florida will be held at thi

b'It. ready received,and rej vet fully solicit ar.i, use* II. Smith, i tc of ..d fi .t. deELiZf.1I? sd ] or in the i isrh'rw r.1 .f Q-ii"-y. or l tursnay be l4t! Cap. P..tfs. Shoes, Silk and Cotton Sartor Ke artcs. Rational Crime,Christian Altar, Bankin House in the city of TaflaMs w Monday

'. $f their farcri, a* lie '1t-Lre. himself v. L'.Vjt; j jfartioa ( K. SMITH. directed tr- him, thr. **z'u "e Pest Ofjces, at that Umhr. Ili.. Steel I'ram*?. Also-Cloth. Ca*>inur clop.diol ui Practical Receipts. Napoleon, first of February next, for the election of Directors

1L'. jb ta1! uht may c .e hir> their order* both .n JoflLr t'" :. i'> O-r 'm r'!! I- > ;. 1 % <"ra place and Tallah.a". and Ve,iinjs f tvery *4s1e, which they are prepared Carmivia Sicra, B'irrow's Music Priner. A.C. fet the ensnim: vear.
c to ntntifirture in the bt and ml ta-hionuMe SPLENDID FANCY G('On< AND CHRISTMAS! "
}>rice and Jar.uiry I", ixj.;. o', j, ?::i.i..trttt.i Court.fpIIE Tnnttfetiffthf.lpafathifola IsinJ Co. ianr.ir. and for ca..h, at vcr r
k: Jitic ..l the i.--ond Ditnet,Leon County, Jan-jar> 1 lI>, 11 1' o-, jrI Our old' cu tomt! >, and t he clot bee bu' ini c.-ratnu- P.akeU, 1'ateerIe Boxes, China Vases,
# SamtirlV.. Cariuarli.Sanuif' It. Mephru L will h'>.il ti.tir inxt Cort t>n the ,-Pond Moa- nsty ceaerelly, *re reijue>t d trail arid carut1e our 1 Rich Work B.x. price Sl' Card Tri s. .

and J. \Va> !es LiItvr, i in Rt'tnrn di M tock. One clotliip.2 w can Jet Combs, Silver Ccmbs
) day Jar.uaiv. >, .Iin.urJoLu I LAW AOTICL'. warrant as being \\tli Perfumery, Fanes the honor

I ATTORNEYS AND COrNSF.I.LORS AT T.W. j tV4:! n, J. W. Sherwood aad KIM. rt Kcclw are the I I rPHE;: 'ir l. r'i2r.rJodze afte' date r>f Probate, we will of Madson apply to Cooaty fcf

; : H\VE f.nmd a ; artLr-.1:! ) in to! t r. ofir*> i nini-u-rial officers of Court t'ud.rr ati arrastrr.esil Iaw. T.itwill ttto'ii the several Courts o. in the purchase d them, we thir.k we can sell the Accordeons, Thermometer, Velvet Alburns, l Utters of Adm-nwtration the estate rf Tboca*

and will c.kc thir j linl att >:..tn t.. !. j -Y the ?.l ;i Tratr**, there will be btit n:. collrotii.? Law and n-jn-fi h. tV Millie! !! Circuit cf Florida Mine -jualify cheaper than the n.enhanu ct-nerall Morocco Albums, Portfolios, Card Cases. Souvenirs, Rurnette, late of said on deceased.
tiness c>Kifidfd tu their ranin the Mid-j.i C'irrui'. j .!'x-ktt. which will he um!<*r the dirwti-in of a raa- and the Cou iti.-. if Fraak'.in and Jackson in the Call!! and see. At the eM stand on M-'nrf *t. Jet Broaches. Enamelled Pea Holder, Chess Men, DAVID BURNETTE

''? S and in tlie Counties cf Ja< ksot and Fra.-Aiin <>!' llw j Tity oi Ih-ua4erin'I Jat..-cs. Each oSctr will! \\i-tern Circuit. Al*.., the Ditrict Court cf the CL\RK &. STILLMAN. Backgammon Boards, Cicar Cases, Pocket Book. DAVID GOMTO-

Western Circuit. S\>: I.L B. SrcpHr.liHue \, jj o&Ll be hell rMj..itoibleVoAbe pijvrs put in his hiid* United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Suprcae Tallahassee. November 7.1<41>. 1 fi Fans, Fartc and Jet buttons. Ink Trays, T *ctb December 2'; 14(5. 23 5t
to reside at Q iiuiv. SAMCCL W. frr ruliectioa. OJEc, fci the present, at tie Court Court of the State of Flfrida. JO'EPH BRANCH. L. OB. Brushes Nail Brushes, Silk Purses. Satchels, All the

rvi >i J. WAVLI RKEH at TaiUUa scc. Uniat the House. THOMAS RANDALL J. A L.. BRAXC1I, BRANCH. Annuals f>r 1"47. New Teas for Children in rreat Cavalry, Light lufnnrrr. and Bl1

,pL fina willptnd a Past of hi* time at Apalichic. C. E. nARTLETT. J. P. ThOMAS H. HAGNER.Attorn. variety, lor sale l by P. A. HAYWARD.DeceraUrS Tactic

'- .j aai will attend to ant roramunicaticns directs! tiIiL' JAS. CARRY, J. P. \s an-J Co-iisellors at La.v.Tallaliasee ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 1>Jo. 20 ErerrisTL
SYSTEM cf Tactice.or the
Rule fcr
that puce.gJ EDWD. M. WEST. J. P. 21
coniection with the and Manoruvre! of the Tfanttyand
Lterenbtr'; IFt.JOHN. Southern Life InsuL ? Caralrr. LijM
: JJceneber2), ]',4. 22 C3
ranee i. Trut Company having entirely ceated, M. D. PAPY Rifiemen cf the United States by authority *

: IRSKI.\E. :! wI: they will hereafter rice their attention exclusively the Department of War. Jut received and for sa

OYSTERS.f A T T O R X E Y A T L A W DEALERS IX to their profession. -3Sffi'Sr AS S&WQ by p. A. HAYWARD-

suSsfrilvr ha* r ie* arranftent-nts to be furL Medicines They will attend the Supreme Court of the State, w Practice in all the Courts ia the Middle October 24, !S4. 14

nihe w itb fret ''V.TERSdait\ it '.is Oi (luiury, l-'lorlda. Drugs, Paints, O1I and each of the Courts for the Middle Circuit. Circuit. OtDce on the first floor of the Cap

. ter Saloon. ApalacLicola Oyster will U receive.) WILL aTtcri.l the j'usiires' Courts of Cut1den Toilet Artirlts, Perfumery, &r., Window GIiss, March 7. lsK. 33 itol, South winsr. room formerly occupied by the Ratglsg mad Kope

t. r n ThtrrsJays and Saturday*. Families cm be :, > the C'ircuit Court of Middle! Florida.am Secretary of the Terntorv. inn PIECESGIuLe Stills,
* bv the quart or pilon.1s. the (\Mirt in the adjacent C"jnties of Georgia. AND COLORS, EDWARD M. WEST. Justice of the Peace November 15,1S45. 17 1JJ 75 pieces Covincton,

DANIEL T. KRA. N'.veraJM-r 2. 1M" 1> tfij Apothpcarscs' Glass Ware, Ac.F'HEaboie WILL atteud to the collection of debts coning 100 pieces Sea; Island

October3IlSl 15 ( S.TItiIM'1 top% constantly on hand, and for sale! at the jurisdiction of a Magistrate's Court, Florida Supreme Conrt Reports. 200 coils R.t*. for Pate by
1. lowest market prices.We and will held his Courts on the second Monday of J TUST published, and for sale at this Odke,or by STARR, LLOYD FLAGG.

A. JYolIcc.SIXrnanthsafter tvery month for that purpose. P. A. IIATWARD.iiay September 12,154'*.. 8Ker

thte, Ishall prenttnvacm 1F Ii i 1? D 13 have received by late arrivals larce additional All business confided to him will receive Lis y, ISlu.
attention 4' r'nd Lloscjs.
suppliesoIrugs.tedictneson4 Cherniealwhicb, prompt and settlements effected with j
the Jud of Probate ( as
e Gadidt
croxvlh of IS 16, together with most of the popular reraedie little delay as possible. If Stable to Rent.A CASES Kerseys
patent requested, collections 6
and 3k f final discharge frora
p. n County, r a th? AND a few bajrs f GRASS SEEDS, (Herds or Roc render cur assortment the largest and mont varied in made without suit. GOOD STABLE, CORN HOUSE AND YARD 1 do Linseyt.

ucc: dtmai tration en the estate of Wra. Giliilfgd.tW. Ltmriie an-1 IJluo Gra> .) j-u.t rcc Jr.
ARCHIBALD MITII. \ Dn's; Strre rf LEWIS s AMES puce*. of the Courthouse.Tcahaee.c.ptemb.r. J. R. FORTUNE. STARR, LLOYD t FLAGG-

Qiin-t.ii' I&,1'Z. Taflhsce, No r.brr 21.1 =1-5 1- July '. : i' I LEWI & AME5 1>, 1S4* 9 December 13, IS4*. ?2 September 12, IS. 9


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