The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: November 6, 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
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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UW.aD tAJ lEI'. E'Q.anDg THE TTTTTI1.1TTTTT.TTT de with with the il tJit c.story interesting:_ artw
MIt (is alligator will net approach :

a jew or two ago, met with ToxUAXTOXI a man who faces aim boldly. To .
this I
an old college acquaintance, whomI effect It tbe folio*'tag narrative, which

for among the bu-. maybe relied 0 as truth* widow' and an
.<* seen many jean
other exciting adventures, he gave me only son resided together on tb*.bank of New

IM1 following rf thrilling relation of a duel inaich DYKE SATURDAY SOVEMBEft!\ VOL. XIX-KO. River, much frequented b alligitors la the ; 1
FLORIDA 6 1847. 16.
Pt be had not long before been engaged : SIBLEY & TALLAHASSEE* summer and autumn. I seen them there .

lathe course of a tour through the western _. . -- --.-- _ __ ___ .__._ _h __ __ _. in bend droves of of the more river tbao a dozen the at a time. Ina
---- -- ---- -- -- ---- -- -- near residence
art of Virginia, I stopt at the most fashionable unresisting and helpless victim to his skill in present, that I need be under no apprehensions I IbiUI DISDE : CF.A I was from no idle fear of a CO\Yr. I have widow and her son. was an n,b. 4 t

.otel in the town of W., with the expectation' the use of the pistol. on that occount. not only because it was coroj&weVnt of the Newark Daily Advertiser done. For some the tIen.ifat.

of ending a few weeks agreeably in social At the appointed time, the seconds'met, to known that the duel bad been forced upon me.hut who."seems' to be fortunate in the POPPING THE QUESTION. wade out purpose to a considerable young m1 d wi.he t

Me/course with the excellent society which arrange the terms of the combat ; the opposite I because the individual with whom I had possession of sundry curious old papers and The1 following, from *_ Every One's Book the shore. Taking a glance and ne ro
Jat town afford I found the company at the second on being told that rifles were to be the fought, bad made himself universally detested other memorials of the past, as well as of corresponding contains some useful suggestions he discovered in the form op of dow
but it on a fubjf'c nothing an nl'lga.
botel generally pleasant and agreeable, weapons, objected strongly, but was told, per. by his imperious and overbearing conduct. I knowledge and memory, has fur. in respect to which advice is particularly tor and ventured forth.. Having
that there was staging there at the W' I found nished for the columns of that a document o Jt..gre-.e
ppened returned to a paper
there could be
duel. emptorily, no change. My accordingly desirable. It is to regretted that some set I some hundred and fifty yards, be
time man who was a notorious the following assembled at the hotel to learn the which we do not remember to have ever loke up
a young second had fixed upon eight o'clock, large crowd form of words has not been adopted by general] to his saw one
said, had killed two men before--the'! defence read by Major Andre an. dismay o thf mt.ten
)Hit, and who it was morning, as the time of the meeting particulars of the duel, and when I appearedeach seen consent, to save lovers from the agency of cir I considerable: distance slowly and itesd- .
and third in a street fight. He was anxious be the firstto before the Court which condemned him
fo duels, a but the opposite second demanded a longer: : one present seemed cumlocution. I ily moving towards him. dilem
perfect master of the pistol I had ever I remained- that night in to death :as a spy. We have no doubt that itwill Her was a
most he said he
the time, in order to get a rifle, as was congratulate me. There is nothing more appalling to a modest I ma. He was satisfied that, when be turned
I saw him repeatedly hit a wafer at he tod! W. and embarked<<1 the next morning for Gin- he read with lively interest by many t
yen, as unprepared with such a weapon ; wa i and Itnliti..e man, than asking the girl to flee, his terrible would and
enemy ,
young pursue
distance often paces. He bad a splendid he wished. He however cinnati "jrhere I arrived after a short and MI came, he Said, to hold a corriniunica-
the he might have any time prosperous he loves to marry him i and there are few who I tbat to reach tbe shore before him was irnpossibe. .
of English duelling pistols, carrying thir. about hour afterwards lion with a general officer of the :\rrlericanarm
pair called on my friend an passage. do no find their moral courage tasked to the I He had not even a club to defend 'I
{ the and another pair ----- by the order of own commander.I .
y.two balls to pound. and told him .that he would agree 'lo my utmost. himself with, and at
made by Constable, of Philadelphia of the the time first mentioned, as he had procured a entered the American lines by an unquestionable Many a man who would lead forlorn must the for nti.fed
several Sabbaths in a hope, I reptile a be
who If'le
An American when I from themit unle.
spent -
in authority passed
calibre, and I ,every respect rifle and the of his principal wouldnot breach "
tame impatience mount a and seek the bubble could save himself! by His
the others. Both were double sight.ed : wait Accord. London gives the following interesting state. was by the same authority. I wed'! ntt de reputation stratagem. meas. ;
equal to permit him to any longer.; even in the cannon's mouth, tremblesat ure was quickly taken. He
of'the En. turned and
their ment of the manners and customs! I bad heard that officer
and when I a provincial wa
and hair triggered, saw eight o'clock, the following morning. ception. the idea of ded
ingly ; asking a woman question towards the shore but .
with of either pair exercise his the and the gush, when engaged in public worship: had repented of the course he had taken, and deliberately neither 14
one fixed for placea
owner was upon meeting which is to decide bis fate. Ladies far
their may cnn enough nor enough to fatigue himself .
for his 1. When the pe.ple enter pews, they avowed that be
he had reason that be never meant to
kill, I felt that some secluded the river bank: about six goso
spot near gratulate themselves that nature and custom much. tie then S
in his band, at once for one or two minutes in si. he had in the authority stopped and turned sud.
that with one oftbose pistols WIt engage. far as gone, resisting -
boast below
of between- them, lent Episcopalian knelt for the pur- of his have made them the responding pary. denly round, and saw that tbe alligator, which

Md with ten paces ground may be interesting to some to know whatare prayer. bowed their heads King. In a matter which men have always found stopped also, bad lessened the :i i'I

ie did not fear to meet any man living. the feelings of an individual: the night before pose. Dissenters This the againstthe whole! The British commander: wa. willing to extend so terrible, jet which, in one way or other, distance between considerably. :
oxerbear- front of the to
naturally of an pew. gate him the his .
was to King's c1f'mehc'ca,
This young man he is to in rmrtal combat. For
engage they have always in some awkward A second trial,and a third
and imperious disposition, and his great situation scene an air of solemnity, befitting the day and bounty in hopes allure others to do the arne. contr\"e produced t sim.
\ I had that '
Lug myself always supposed a way to accomplish, i easy to give instructions ilar result. And so short was distance
wih the successful 1 instie the place. I made plans. I examined work no tb
i&ill in arms, together must be one of the deepest mental agony no no
suited between
to now and his
of all his conflicts, had Increased tha natural but it was I confess to surprise: that 1 found 2. They have their pews as well suppliedwith I only received his communications, and \\'all every emergency. him.tlf deadly foe, that
my A man naturally conforms to the disposition he was satisfied that to make !
of his disposition to such a degree,thatit Bibles as with hymn Books, and \\ben |Ion to return to the and to a attempt
ferocity this the with my way army
not My feelings '
was case me. of the woman be admires. If she be serious, to would be fatal. But he
impossible to be in his company fur any I the Scriptures were read from the pulpit each make known nil that I had learner] from a escape was now
was tho ufthe intense excitement
were ':e most ; will he awful within of
with due the house
( subject and his
of time and avoid a quarrel, unless by and hearer took a Bible and followed the reader. general officer in Is this the of. hr approach bai ; only chance
length felt that I about to in a deep your camp.
was engage solemnity-if and lively, he will make it for life bis rifle which like .
towards: when the named in the! gay 'a Carolinian.
practicing the most abject submission terrible kind of gambling, in which And text was or course fice of a spy ? 1 never should haTe acted in ever
an excellent joke-if softly sentimental, hemut he kept
him. For some days I managed to keep on The lite, the forfeit death" of the sermon, a passage ot Scripture was cited, .that light, and what I have done is nut t In the of always primed loded.-
was her in strain With tbe
prize woo a high.wrought romance of be
with him. by avoiding as much aspossible all would turn directly to the place,and observenot of I have noted neither energy despair, called for his
nature a
good! terms and I wished: most ardently (for; the time to arrive spy. your ,and severely practical, he relies uponstraightforward mother to bring him his gun. She .
but the but the connection. responded
all argument and discussion, one only passage strength nor weakness. If 'here be wrong

aiternuon he came into the sitting room, here I when I should meet my foe in deadly 3. I saw many pet sous, mostly I young,taking in the transaction, is it mine/ Tb.. office of common sens. to the call, but,on arriving at the water's edge,
combat. I felt of of which There' is maxim universal and the
a degree energy < one application. witnessing terrible situation
I was, in a very ill humor, and apparently de. } notes of the discourse, and therefore, giving a a spy a soldier has a right to refuse! ; hut, tocarn' oilier son,
1 had before deemed Never lose -What almost
never myself capable. an opportunity.-" can a terror deprived her of the
termined a quarrel with some body or other. fixed attention, as unwilling to lose a single and f fetch communications with another woman power of ac
[ felt also a ferocious pride in the part which think of a lover who neglects one ? Women tion. Rallying, however. after; a while she
and made .
me some beard criminal. The circumstances
thought. I
He accordingly approached I was about to act, and the position in whichI army, never was cannot make direct advances, but theyuse moved on through tbe water and placed the
the of politics, which he 4. The congregations were remarkably which followed after interview
subject ,
remarks on
I I placed ; a position which, more than any of moderate my infinite tact in giving men occasions lo rifle in his bands. And here now were mwtb-
direct to frequent. I quiet and utlentixe. Preaching General Arnold in
in opposition with
my were
knew were my powerto
the of make them. In it is fair and
other tries and stamina
courage a man. erery.caze to presume er son exposed to tbe same ;
l expressed sentiments, and insulting to the I worth was listened to without any indicationsof control. He alone had the management dangr.- 'II
lj To be opposed in single combat and in cool that when a woman gives a man an opportunity Life or death hung on the trial of
which I professed to belong. I endeavored I restlessness or contempt." ofthem.It Iki .
party to blood and after time for deliberation and reflection she him to it and the marksman. o
I expects improve ; son as a Realizing
as much as possible, to avoid him, i 5 When the benediction was concluded, the is said that I rode in di8 ui.e. I rode great
to a determined, resolute, and skilful though: be may tremble, and feel his pulses importance of well braced nerves,
hard that I minister and remained for half minutein a steady
so was people for far I able but
last be me ,
but at pressed security incog., as as was
foe. I went to bed at nine o'clock. but throbbing and tingling through band and a good aim, be
my all
forced to reply, ,,,hen he told me abruptly that ; my silence. Not a pew door was opened, nora other than criminal deeds induce one to do ever limb paused ri agiu.
mind was so much occupied by the thoughtsof though his heart fills up his lion bad passed away j and with the
I hat, or glove taken not a foot moved. thi I bound uniform
I was a the approaching combat, that I did not fallasleep was not to wear my tongue cleaves to the roof of his mouth, yet the same confidence though in his favorite
that his object was to force me to 6. They were exceedingly moderate in than it polite. I a grove
I knew longer was expedient or
until after I heard the clock strike leav'l any awful l question must be a.ked-he tearful task he was about to bring down a in
would choose the house. In instance did I auirrd sport,
when he pistols ing no the of brand offencewith
cbt.llengetim scorn name
; my
"one, and then I went through, in dreams, be his rifle click
my -a
and ten and I should have no chance aisles crowded. They seemed \\illin;.: to wait I some other title, if it change not my accomplished.In ris sharp report-
all the preparations for the combat up to the country, the lover is taking a roman and- was saved I The ball entered tba
with him. I accordingly determined to throw for one,another. I beseech It is not death
time of taking our positions on the ground, I punishment, you. tic walk by moonlght, with the of his love eye of the monster,and wben the smoke clear.
of lay
the onus of challenging at once on him, and 7. Gentlemen retired from the' house I fear. I am buoyed above it by a conscious.
when I was awakened by a hand laid heavilyon -talks of harmony of nature, ed he was tbe
away floating water in the
knocked him down. He arose and God as respectfully as from the house of a intended sener. o
instantly having to discharge duty
I my shoulder; it was that of mr friend, who ness my acd how happy would ex agonies of death I II
attempted to close with me, but we were kept friend ; they did not put on their hats until they I in an honorable manner. excaims Jula
I had to call and me for if I had such The alligator has
come me up prepare prove, always a companion been frequently de
apart by the spectators, when I immediatelymi'trmA reached the door. Plans, it is said, were found with me. This s
the business of the morning. He expressed I !I scribed, tbat no of mine
; is
..... In. mv rnnm._ 8. After retiring from the sanctuary, gentle.men I Yet I description neces
but mine. must
is true they not
'J ; -unTbe which I had some' surprise at finding me asleep! but con. ; were in resent well ladies went home. The Post J
prompt manner as as tell honestly that they would have been .
sidered it a favorable omen, and a proof tint you that tremblingly supports her. tbe-beau monde there is about him Lthathe
ed his insult was, I believe, greatly to the sur. Office was closed, and no letters or papers communicated if I had not been taken. They ,
I should not want nerve to through with the dearest Julia, be mine forever scented
go My isaointollerably with. musk .that it
of him as well as the others present, as were delivered on the Sabbath.An : were sent' by Gen. Arnold to the British commander up
prise trial that awaited me. This is a settler, and tbe answer, ever eo inaudible is disagreeable to approach him. His lank
from ray mild and unassuming deportment I It 'five o'clock and went to the and I sboul ldel".t'rpd them.- I makes undoes him and
had been looked as much of a fighter. was now we Illinois Judge.Not very many years the or quite. jaws huge cavern of a mouth give him a
not upon From the art
house of my friend, where I found a barouche there were some tolerably rough charac. hotom my spurn Take pity on a forlorn bachelor, anoth. disgusting and frightful while
had been long in room belore Ire. ago says appearance ;
I not my of : to myself by
from late antagonist, at the door, and a gentleman standing in the ters on the Illinois bench. Among them was thought attempting screen er, in a manner which may be either jest or his entire corporosity besides, with his apologies .
ceired a challenge my another but so far as lam concerned
of of half gentleman and porch, to whom I was introduced as the surgeon to be numbered old Judge B., of Salem, con. criminating ; earnest ; marry me at once and put me out of for legs, and the monstrous appendagoofa
oy the hands a sort the truth shall be told, whoever suffers.It .
who was to attend me on the ground.We .- whom tell hard sto. my tail, are by no means calculated
half- leg, who had been for some time cerning they some pretty the of Gen. Arnold I came miser. to make
went into the house, where we found an was allegiance heart whenever look bim with feel
my you are you on of .
win his al complacen.cy.
about him and attempting to that read
hanging ,of his excellent breakfast already prepared, and I felt ries.One night, while the Grand Jury happenedto out to secure. It was to presume replies laughing fair. Ajoke But be aa. his Greater formed (
favor for the sake ultimately winning would be this him
; brave officer glad at
the challenge, every disposition to do it justice, but the surgeon be sitting, Judge B. with the whole courtat many a far is easily made earnest.A therefore! a right and proper alligator.He .-
accepted least
I his
and money.told the promptly individual who brought it that I would: permit me to take nothing but his back, got royally drunk at the Eagle tine have to be been able to retrace informed. steps Shall; at I, who |point U often carried by taking a thing for reminds one of the philosopher who said

him at at coffee and two small crackers, as he said thata Saloon, and raised a devil ofa row. It was vro & granted. A gentleman who has been paying everything incrutio was handsome What
friend meet room
would to this
get a my out to allegiance only,
in'the for the of gunshot wound was much more likely! to late next day when the court assembled, and came negotiate attentions to a lady, says, U-el.Mary, when is think you of roe ? said a man with miniaturd
six o'clock evening purpose be treated who to out the
arranging the terms of combat I according.: prove fatal when received just after a hearty they were all rather red about the eyes and weakness a of one ? came If these spy actions are tbe happy day. What day, pray she asks, Bunker's Jlill on his shoulder. 'Think of

of the meal than at any other time. husky in the throat ; but the Judge musteredall a caup with a conscious blush.Wbyeverybody you said the philosopher why. I think
Ij went to a highly respected gentleman alike I have learn moral code anew. you
: We entered the barouche and took de. my
our knows that handsome
his dignity and took his place. The clerk we, are going are enough for a humpbacked
be at
to that I
who present understood
happened be it
place Gentlemen officers
and him to parture at just six o'clock, and arrived on the opened the business of the day with a pile of get married, and it might a well b one time man.' "
took requested
the place, I ask
difficulty him at the same time ground at half past seven. My antagonist, his indictments from the Grand Jury. lie went am no supplicant lor mercy ; tht only as another; so when shall it be ?

act as my second, telling and second there, to from Omnipotence-not from beings. The Cholera.-We regret to announce that
Cornered in this
surgeon were already the fashion, there is no retreat.
glibly through preliminaries, paused,
woo I and showing him letters of introduction very which is this dreadful
: was, Justice is all I claim- justice is its
citizens scourge making
with between thirty and forty Jane I love Will ?
gether ,
of most distinguishedpublic a moment as he came to the gist of the matter you you marry roe appaantt
: from some our who! had assembled as of the fight, neither swayed by prejudice, nor distorted by would be somewhat and in different pans Europe and
several of the most influential spectators and went on-wi>h a sly wink to his next abrpt a frankly giv. ap.
men to for it the affair had how other, I passion but that which flows from h.norable Yes proach is creating alarm with those who hava
seems some or neighbor-with a bill against Judge B. forI en would shor and sweet for an
of Western
citizens of Wand other parts I If wind. minds directed by virtuous determinations.I .- watched its progress from tbe plains Scinda

f Virginia. The gentleman to w born I applied, I I! got disorderly conduct at the Eagle Saloon the bear that case i is likened to answer. toward Western
A few minutes after the ground, gentlemen my Ellen word from eighteen
arriving on night before. Quash that indictment, Mr.f one you would make me Europ.
on seeing my letters, at once agreed: to act as I that Hale, in 1775. I have heardof months since it banks of
for the ofCapt.
the threw of
seconds the
a piece in the universe.
j up money Clerk, thundered the Judge. The clerk laidit happiest man Indu
told him I intended
when I
my second ; and I choice of position; and to decide who should down with which him and his misfortunes. I wish that in I should! be cruel to speak it then, unless with frightful severity, inflicting aeriotu low
a grin, speedily changed
to fight with rifles, he asked me whether I was I both. Whenwe all that dignifies man, that adorns and elevateshuman no upon the British at Kurracbee and
word. second
the it is bard Hy.
give My won as he went to the next couched in similar lan a very one. troo
of that on
skilled in the use weapon my could be named with that derabad. About
were about to take our positions, two elder. against himself. Quash that indict. nature. I It is a word of three letters, and answers the same time i rage in
I in the affirmative,and telling l him thatI guage : His
replying but unfortunate thence into
almost adept: ly gentlemen stepped forth and expressed ahopp. ment, Mr. Clerk,' repeated the Judge. The accomplished ofcer. question, Will you have me 1 Afghanistan.prea ,which
considered as an
I myself great that the affair might be settled without fate was wayward, and untimely was he cutoff The of Yes unless she it traversed east to west, spreading to the
clerk went on with a third one, against the I < lady, course, says ,
of that
I in the use weapon as he my antagonist bloodshed! when my antagonist roughly told Sheriff.: Quash all those indictments-the I I yet younger than I now am. He went happens to prefer a word of two letters, and northward into Tartary and southwardly! into
in the of the pistol, expressed a the character .
use Turkish Kurdistan
wu be
! them,that when their interference was wanted Court !' the ,I out knowing that was assuming answers No. and the Pachalic of Bag.

I sigh degree of satisfaction, and produced a it would be asked for and that the adjourns accordingly court of a spy. He took all its liabilities into this and dad. Early in the present year it made its
as to pres. did adjourn to the Eagle. where I -nd so interesting terrible processin appearance
they speedily
rifle of his own, made by the c I
splendid of his the
his hand the comman. to of tbe
great west
at Caucasian
ent affair the other of must remain. request it is in is varied moan
one or us drowned the oflhe insult drink. I practice, simple theory,
which he offer. by a
Dickson, of Kentucky, memory der. He was ready to meet what be assumed .lains, and committed in the .
said I and shall great
a corpse. Agreed, you confusion to the Jury, and in a hundred according to the circumstances ravages
ed the of. I had no sooner cast my getting up a death the lawofnations ways
me use His
and all its acting against the Circassians
of be the man, for I intend to place my ball exactly I regular rough and tumble between the clerk consequences. and the various dispositions.One army ; and
the than exclamation pleas.
tIe on gun an sanctioned. It be we just learn of its
the of forehead. He may complmen. reappearance in Eu.
in centre your i and the : the Times. timid gentleman asks, Have you any noW
furnished with sheriff-Spirit of
ure escaped my lips, at being so to me with him, rope, having broken out at Taganrog Marian'opolis
turned upon me a look of the most concentrated I tary compare objection to changing your name ? and follows I
choice a weapon. It was precisely the length hatred which I returned with smile of be unjust. He took his life i in his hand when and other ports on the westerly shores
a this with another which clenches its
1 No Fiction. -Not time up
of' barrel the weight, and calibre to which I a very long ago, one .
of the Sea of AzoC
he assumed toe character ana ne
cold derigion. disguise.I Smlenk, Riga.
nifkance How would mine suit 7 Kiel
of the divines ( Britain.occupying ,
had been accustomed, viz., three feet eight ---- ---------- most eloquent Great you
The seconds to off the assumed no disguise, nor took upon my. I is Kara, Trebizoad. Great
now proceeded step of the of Another asks Will tell me what Kontai
inches in the barrel, weighing eleven pounds, I have before one most important pulpits self other character than that of a British you m alarm is i where the authoritieswere I
ground, thirty being, as any wish to know 7 \
balls to paces the kingdom, became so much affected by the
stock and eighty
and carrying
said the distance agreed on. They had no of officer who bad business to transact with an Yesiflcan. > preparing hospitals. On board the Pen.
use wine that be summonedto I
the friend proposed that we repeatedly, was
pound. My done than called to take American officer. when shall be married? and Orient Comany'utear Sultan
distance from his house sooner so we were up give an account of himself. He could not The happy day we *
should walk out a short our positions. We "were then placed with our Of you, I ask but for justice ; if you want a Another Eliza must do what Capt. Broks on voyage from
i into the suburbs and take a few shots for the bear, he said,to stand for trial on such a charge, says, My we Trepi-
left sides to each other, when, before handingus before men whose only superiority over him victim to the manes of those fallen untimely, I all the world evidently expects we shall. zoo to Constantinople, several cases bad bro
sake of renewing my practice becoming "well be that victim as another. I out,in of which
the second advanced and she bad been
We walk. guns, my repeat. consisted in the possessor of harder hands, may 8 All tbe world is very impertinent. consequence #
with the gun' ed' to us the terms of combat, which were, that which could endure potions that overthrew have in the most undisguised manner given I know it, bat it can't helped. When ordered by tbe health authorities at tbe latter '
and after b :
ed out about a quarter of a mile, on receiving the weapons, they were to be held him. He left his you every fact in the case. I only rely on shall I tell the to ready 1 port lo Prince's Island to ride o her quarantine 5;
accordingly high position, b
friend made parson '
coining to a proper place, my across the construction of those facts. Let often days. The ;
When the therefore *;
which he horizontally across the body, question and, under an assumed name took passage in proper As a general thing, a gentleman need nev. Tget.i b
with his penknife on a shingle would be asked Gentlemen me be called any thing but a spy. I haveexamined despatched Malta in !
are yeu be Every woman, a heartless ?
the of a ship bound to America. At er refued. except carry im
had with him for the and cut. steerage sea
brought purpose nothing, learned nothing, communicated the India (bulk) read's'! and
ready 1" when,ifboth answered in the affirmative of interior towns he took coquette, finds tbe means of discouraging
one our principal
ting out a small piece of white paper about the an ,the word would be given M fire one! two I lodgings at an obscure hotel, where for a while nothing, but my detention, to Arnold, a man whom she does not intend to have, be. I its former progress towar pager, in the S

lack square, be passed a pin throojh cen three stop !" That we must raise our rifles he bore under all the him, that be might escape if he thought proper HO fore the matter comes to a point declaration. years 1830 and gener court of !
tre and then fixed it in the inter. up pressure upon
of'tbe paper do. This I conceived, my duty.- the pestilence has! been
and fire between the word fire"and the word and lived without excessive indulgence. But to was a Nohwel;
ection of the cross. The shingle was then I the officer who was unsuspicious What don't don't and it far have
stop, and that either one firing out of time at length he returned to his glum! reck. hope gallant Toney Belle b. seems, 1 to trvele at.about
i Itt up at the distance of thirty yards, that would be shot by the opposite second. The of bis general will not be condemned- for here that a man is any having the same rate that oaioo. 1831 it .si
a o
lessly than ever, got into a broil with low ft*1-
J the distance at which I had determinedto
being rifles were then handed to us, and the question the military error committed.I S. S., or any other letters, tacked to his made its appearance on the shores of the Baltic'at
lows, for which he was arrested, and with oth.
friend then loaded his rifle and I !
fight. My !" when farther state that Smith who was the name. ( Riga. Dantzic and MeroeJ in tbe
asked Gentlemen, are ready ) of
you labor in There of mnh
ers compelled prison.
handed.it to me, when, on grasping the piece, both answered in the affirmative. The word he but the medium of communication, did not know any I He don't belieje a lawyer is any keener' May, at Vienna and Berlin in August, at Ham.
I was I
its weight and balance seemed as familiar to was given, and both fired as nearly as possible course radation of his condition temperate prevented deep him from deg. part of our conference except tbat there was because he wears a pair of spectacles. burgh in October, and reached England in the
hand if I had used it all life.I .
as counselin 1
toy my for He was He .
don't believe tbat November. We
the at the word ** one. I escaped unharmed, disclosing his real name. At length visitor some necessity secrecy. Sholmater Physicians beginning regret to state
accordingly brought up gun natural. a various for General Arnold and and Ministers like that the from Berlin
the account aud
aimed whilst my ball, as I had intended, entered looking at him, thought he discovered traits maters contdice Fronkor
and that
j IT and easily so truly, with him and it
my forehead of in direct line with from all the interie\vl ; whit better than other : announce the rapid approach of to
the my adversary a not in I lbe and folk. Chler
first ball cut the edge of paper; the rifle common prison having, procured this dress-coat cfcrim. I
Smith. who lent me He believe Poland.-Willmer and
I i being then re.loaded, 1 fired again, when my his nose, and about an inch above the apace I liberty from the keeper, addressed the prisoner was told that I did not wish to he known do't al Lawyers ar Smil'6 Ti.
than he tbat
son, being an
I between the it passed directly th/ough I rogues any more
intersection of the eyes, saying: Sir, judge from bearing blie..ea
the cross
second ball cut out your Hove't
Englieh Americans.. I did not believe eel is snake. Pal LA Laconic Sermon.
the head, carrying with it a smll! portion of by a
that have better
circumstances than
then a new cros&.was made and a new paper i brain. On receivi'mr the hall he fell heavily I you seen that he had ever a suspicion of my errand.O .- He do't believe that the most i industriousman -Job, c. 1. v. : Nakf'J came lout of

1ar..A thn khinrle._. when again I fired these which you are in at present. Yen, I mother's womb ,
if d
wrath should fall can't it. my shall I
--- forward his face without other motion than on any one. likes to work except when he help return
on your
&lid again;; I cut out the intersection of the a slight convulsive have, replied the prisoner, shedding tears. your affairs look gloomy ; but tbat is He don't believe that two young loerslke thither." In discoursing from these words, I

tros This of skill was deemed stiffitttat shuddering. By persevering kindness the visitor was able shall observe the three
proof I should sacrificed. be with their arms around one things : First .
On seeing fall second no reason b to caught following .1I
my antagonist my obtain the real of the fallen
at length to name
and we separated my companion to go death do cause no Mi il-! man's ingress into ; secondly, his
can tb
slapped his hand his thigh in I My your another.He wori
and upon ecstacy, and the of his He go.
'" the rifle have man, story degradation. the
sis house clean through
own to whilst a smile of triumph played his lions friends to your struggle England, don't believe that a young lady ought progress \orld ; and, thirdly, hisegress
in readi.! upon repaired lo a clergyman of the place, with the o
tteammunition and accoutrements of tbe
countenance, a half suppressed shout of exultation had you wilo if you condemn me. I say not to b married before she is twenty-one at o ,orld To return first,

elbr the ensuing morning, which was the at the same time arose from the secret. The clergyman a parishionerfrom this way of threat ; for I know brave men mn', ingress into is naked and

time I had determined the duel should come spectators the church of which the prisoner said be beyindicti..e least.He bare secondly, his
brave ;
them wilt
whilst an old and two gentlemen : are awed by -nor men don't believe that young gentlemen progress through tbe
pass forward,and throwing their arms about : because- they are I should marry before they are able to support care ; thirdly], his
tuDe" could. sprang prison. It was so; there was his eloquent d.ping. out of the
I for world is
comfortably as embraced me with the most affectionate should not bare Mid a word I a wife. egress nobody .where.
"W* sitting in the public room, my an. delight. I was at a loss to understand this : pastor, working among felons! By applicationto the opinion of ethers, which I must respect. i He don't believe in getting up erly in To conclude, if we do WE1 we shl b
the authorities the
"j'S", **came j in and passed me several times, when they informed me that they were the' proper'from confinement, and prisoner under the was care released The sentence yo this day pronounce will the morning, without going t bed early at II well there ; and I could you no mor were

glaring tiger his distinctness to preach whole
at enraged
me like an ; posterity with exceeding great I year.
father and two brothers of a man whom go doW
of kind friends it is hoped that his talents night.He
COaatUc seemed to express at once thedetermiaed great the history and if bu don't believe a man is a because
before on fol
individual who lay a i page There is
the corpse a in
be employed in high usefulness o I woman Hull, who
may again.- e
. "f1 ; and the most blood. and honor this decision, he make speech.. la
courage them,had wantonly forced into duel and slain, Jour. Com.TeDneuee. man ity day. cn't a a in her stomach. It has
thirsty ferocity but I did not flinch or cower where each and all of .i be re. He don't believe that because both wise ra ea a.
before on the spot name. | gested by 'on
about two very your some that if she caa't !
h1ClltLisgtiace! for I knew that 1 was to years both nations when they have with W that end cue .w.
ha had himself just met a well-merited death. cotton is nearly the same qual. membered, by and windy begin a they i low a she better hang a piece

biseqtl.* with weapons. with which I was at least I After the duel I expressed a wish to remainon ity as the Georgia Upland: except that it is grown greater and more powerful than they in the t thin i cheese trap mouth, and when th varmhitcomes

'U Once, whilst his malignant gaze the spot until one of the ten o'clock boats : cleaner and the staple a little longer. now are. B if misfortune befalls m 1 He don't believe that a lady is much tbe j. to clone it suddenly and "fix". him.

VponmeIuneredwitha smile ,ofi from W. should when I would hail her,I Bahia cotton is better than either of the two shall in timf all due honors paid t ray on(o wearing ,a bustle, though h deci.dedly | But query u-could she her jaws* long -
& lAd* l the word I pass in remembrance "h
I is
M speaking to tnyselC kinds last named. The martyr kept prefers coflee-bags.
!!L. and take for Cincinnati, and hare my mem. enough 7 There's the !

1 vkea I saw him start ;and change I sent passage after me, as I was afraid to re. 'I Surinam cotton has a long staple, and is tribunal that condemned him is for. In fact he don't believe; fn a great manythiagstbat

.'L'lIis.Ipeeswnewuthe b i first tun* thel torn baggage to.W. for fear of a prosecution ; but I.was faintly tinged with yellow. It is clean and otn. I trust this honorable Court will be. others believe in, and the nut is They best worship God who most love His _

rock him, that I WM not to be an after boiler me when I say that what I have spoken that voted anoddity and a bore.
told by my second, a. well as other citizens I much sought by le' b i I e&a

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r I : _ _ _ the; balance were from almost e' rl-k "n'ciit T'e'no i .trn. bowner.
'\. JVm the- JV. O.--PitayuHt. Oct.33. grenades thrown in-the i direction of San Juan THE FLOBIDIAN. I Shields. portion of the world. approval of a General Ir Ideli.f to"11
We see published in the (1ni alf (t"ent/ rt'
.j :
r1f J't: Arrival of the James L. Day del Rio. in the rear of whose church Genera tel from this brave man, which we would b glad I which is to meet son time this winter O So UI.* !
Rea last night concluded a battery, vtith which : I Geerla LepHlatnrc. Ohio, to select Presidential hDCI
..h: : ; FIVE DAYS LATER ;N2WS FROM VERA CRUZ. he intends t.open upon San Jose. : 'LXT tTi ALO.J-"r{ publish entire i in our 'column called from* could the we gallant spare General the-. This' bod/ ambled aft Milledgeville, on _ candidates_ ..

\ Santa Anna* Summons Col. Our soldiers are complaining very much, space. Telet.r was and bjr the 07- We cheerfully give insertion the IblW
Chit-Co. 1847. I the New York Herald a notice of the lit was organized appointment "
: j'.: Child1 Rep1y-DemZdrdmen1 of Pua and ay that they are ready to die ol hunger, Saturday. ,__November 6, t ___ I by reading'in of the ,in which of the Hon. A. J. MILLER as President eloquent tribute to the gallant and llDtt? .*
the medical nny lure TO*, which
of - department we find in the
in the last
: and Divcomfilur: the received thing '
'. ki ordination ofSania of .len-In. not haTing* for some considerable any time.The shap ( JThe Fourlh.-Quarterly Meeting of.the Methodist and unjust reflection were drawn of their.ki,and of the Senate, and the Hon. C. J JE*- we did not publish the paragraph 8mt1d to which,1 !

:.J ,.:i. desertion of Him, 4c-Afa'6 Tr.-T provision enthusiasm against the Amer Plot eat ant Church for Don Circuit "i take particularly of their treatment of e.terrible! woundof *rs, Speaker of the Hou,e. The message is made ky the writer: .v.
; .i: ). greatest place in Tallahassee the second Satnrdavand Sunday General SHIELDS. The article imputed to thQ To the Editor the
., The steamship James L. O- leans prevails throughout the entire city.Pruni..t Governor CKAWFOBD was communicated to of Sexiest:
; : ; Day, Captain tc., -To
the month. their profeion Sir-The
: in present ignorance of & Charleston M
I IparturC cross ot the
: arrived at lain hour last night Oct. i.-Sincn Santa .tnna'sde. the the 2d inst. It is a well the err Sib
: o t ,. Grady, a .frwn slackened these slanders, the General interposes an unqualified Legislature on following paragraph J b I
i" '.I1 ': \ Vera Cruz, having sailed thence on the 19'h the cannonading has totally $3- The Mel boil Protestant Annual Conference denial written document, and presents an admirable : <<.-The wife of Capt
'. inst. with numlxr invalid soldier Two off. The coiimi "tore-noil*p of elaco! took for the Florida District will hold its lesion at Mt. : \ fate it to sacrifice his life Tot

I *f, J, "!. died,on llnpavage a viz : Hch'ar"Beamish, fire laM night, and was burned down to the Zion Church ten mile from TaJJahaj-ee, o the to I rescue I regard the!it character I afl act of of the sfmrple surgeons josf\ee\who to attended attempt view of the general affairs of the state. I re. country, i.I now incountry pr.hol te cal"h

>. .1]j ,. 12th infantry, on the 'Jtfih ., William ground, and 200 bales of the same article Thonu. road, commencing ont; *fridjy before me, in my time of trial and suffering,from be imputations commends, among other things, an alteration the ware unfortunate.mat a state of loss pirtial of &t b
were totally! consumed in the convent of San. the .jcond in December neift contained in this article. I received the the ad her hUlb&
f Miller, uf company D, Voliigenrs, on the 23d Sunday in the mode of taxing real estate- va- Akhouah there I U nOlhin
v ; able to wound which allusion is made on the ISlh of ( u
Dominffo, \yilhout being to
J ,< j .. inst. any Cerro Gordo, while assaulting battery of lam plan. The Governor suggests I tbat the true, t affect the memory of the laoenttiKSJ
II account for the mode in which they were fire< The Sentinel'* Showing. Apri, at the Editor :
arrival direct from '
There had been no later of command in front- ye Mercury.who.- i
:, i At last the of Florida tavorrd with 'I guns,with a portion my entire landed estate and the improvements .
bell !
I .' the city of Mexico at t Vera Cruz, when the The inhabitants hearing the ringing of people are another portion of my command having attacked it hap., r n iufle I love of DaeL tan pr
the incendiarism some remarks of the Sentinel,a* to its views thereon, shall be taxed at a certain rate on its intent; permitted a11n
'J jt James I. Day left. We have not even a which announced were very o par- : at the same time,pursuant to my orders,on the flank tale 1/ eomn 11
I 4 1 ": I rumor touching Gen. much alarm!, believing that the American I lit!at I he North in connection with the Wilmot Fro- The wound was made by a leaden or iron gape near- valuation, to be returned on the oath of the the liberty to 11,, fim. th Captain Ta;
r Scot Dragoon ,who .
1 f \ei uthenticate and vi i this it refers to ly three times the size of a mu 2
had left their entrenchments, were storming !o. Upon puticu1.subjl.c u" an kd-bal. of apphtXn
t. 1 7 Ils arm. my right breast,just under the passed out freeholders, with specifications quality, situation was never marned. &ondly! ,
tin* city. article which it extract from the MilledzevillcRec'rder" man of fortune although D
The Arco Iris publishes communications of my back within about half an inch of the spine in respect to counties, and quality; the was ne 1 nor
4 j I ,; \ which hate passed between Santa Anna and From the same source we derive the following '' for an expression of its iews. The purport From the spot where I fell I was carried on the arras his family and flen 1 few or 1 Onmjndfut u.
J : Co ChiM at ) and translated mrrative of events ,subsequent to those of that article it l to show that the people of the of soldiers (under tie direction of my aids, Lieuts. later to be divided into and designated as permitu aght that might remain of him t l

:, .:1 .: by Genius Iuphlat If Liberty. tltarc'e subjoin the above detailed. Santa Anna is evidently reduced North are all again t the South-"that they are all Hammond and During Davis the) about who'e two of this miles route to the my general course swamp, oak and hickory, :and pine. I is be. charity pendent of on the the Ste bounty Delaware of the GTemment b.ef .

to great straits : OppOl'lr l to our peculiar institution, and upon no hOpita licved that a one-tenth of one cent, Distinguished he an"
..j; correspondence : tracked by the blood which streamed out of ta per a. was, in where all
I y ," *. Communr.Ofl; ; Ifiveen Gen. Santa Anna Thl Genius of Liberty of the 13lh inst. an. phae of the question more unanimous than upon the the wound The agony I suffered was so intolerablethat or ten cents on every hundred dollars of the brave, (or chivalry and intrepidity army, ha was yet eves.
and Col. at Pitibla. nounces the return of Capt. G. White, of the Wilmot Resolution." Our readers are well apprisedthat I longed for death, and often requested to be more remarkable for a delicate eiuibiu'rf and a
I ; *. I1EADQUARTERS.ItXIc.tN Child AR3ir. Louisiana. battalion, nnd his gallant com pan; this is not the fact. I i is certainly true of all stretched on some green spot where I might breathe value of the real estate and its improvements, Denes of spirit which belong more t the Mtr C

: I have taken possession of this city. with the from the National Bridge, whither they ht) Northern Whigs; but the facts which we have dwelt of cay my last troops.within My hearing aids remonstrated of the victorious with me shouts on with the other sources of inco'fe, would raise but thantoour's.he was loe HU by(his:e I allie a iLU thatii?

; '", army under my command, for the purpose of been escorting train supplies for the troops upon for two or three weeks! past furni.h conclusive this, ant had me borne onwards to the hospital. a revenue equal to the wants of the govern above reproach r.a heart that knew amt guile

operating the Ft\rl points fortified, and stationed at that po.t. He reports that all evidence that it in not true of the Northern demo. Here my wound was dressed and the blood staunch ment." that shrunk mtult1lly. I the sensitive p ant.' 1
\ upon and also with wa quiet} in that neighborhood, and that the crats. These facts the Sentinel attempts to destroythe ed,by Dr. Wright, of. the regular army, and Dr.Mc aught that savored of dishonor And if there b
< bv Jour Excellency, of acting He states the debt of the state 'as generally in the wide .
ocupit Millan, then attached to one my regiments a world a being who cherished for
vcil hi
American force strongly fortified force of. that the demonstrations
liberating its inhabitants from the was by saying againstthe
surgeon. From the hospital I was again borne feeling of it the ?
I understood and
'. domination of the forces of the United States prepared to receive and repel all attacks. i Wilmot Proviso by Northern Demorat.are made on a litter the same day about two miles and a hal toa b 81,579,875, recommends friendless, or the unprotected..no
He encountered guerrillas on the route.Two .- little hut the road. Here I that so long there is a single debt He fell
< from whom they have already suffered too no by political gamblers, loco-foco ,ire-puler on Jalapa was a a a soldier Ihoule falf. at the he,4command of b
: .
2 much. But before commencing any operations or llirec guerrilla scouts occosional ap &c. ; and .that in New York the demonstration was a for several days by Dr McMillan-every one expecting due by the state, "every unappropriated bal and in presence of the enemy; na
who the that every hour would be my last. From this there only remain of him, now, to hit
the "
on approachof
,red top "Irand. friend. .
: of a military character, I hare considered pea upon hi phce I was borne in a (few days on a litter to Jalapa, ance in the tresurythat may hereafter exist, memory which they cherish,and to his
i in country
would a bea
4 it my duty to :e in olxdienc to the impnl1 Americans', quickly scamper : Now, here U just precisely what we have been where I remained until my recovery. I was attended be constituted a sinking fund applicable to con-like fame. Q -p. W.
of humanity and con ntly that pursuit of hem some few mustangs and lariat complaining We Rive tads which show that the during the whole of my illness by Dr. McMillan, a
sea equl request
n' please! evacuate this : were taken, which are the only trophies that Northern democrats are acting' with' the South on this who exhibited during that time not only the most the redemption of the public debt, and that the From the Florida Sentinel.

'..' your ityrithin Excelenc"i a peremptory space of I can !l.,; peeled from a marauding party of v tal jiuition and the whig* trj to explain away consumat and ski, a as to a endear surgeon him,but to such me for care life.,assiduity I must, I Governor be authorized to use it in payment SCHOOL MEETING.

I time, it l einji known to you at the sametime guerrilla these facts. What they rannnt deny, they charge to rot omit to mention that Dr. Vanderlinden,Surgeon- I liabilities that may b due, or purchase of At a meeting of Delegate from different pots 0(

.' ".. that lOU can depart with ail the honors of The Voz cle la Patria repels with much in. crrruptiou. They give these Nortl-rn allies:(credit General of t the Mexican army, (who had been made such in market with the restrictionthat the Quincy and Tallahassee lilrct t taktinto
are consideration suitable
with Gen. Scott donation, I the. charges of treason, cowardice, pilontr by my command) rendered efficient aid 10Dr a ; a place { locating a
either to firm junction tor their disinterested but rather wish to
war support ; Male and School
Female under
the tL
and ', which have l brought' a. > McMillan during a portion of this time. The their nominal value should not be excee- control' of
or the forces of your country at Perote nccord- ilapa'il htt make it appear that it i it no support[ at ill.! They! broken ribs to which allusion is made in the article Florida Conference held Macedonia Church,Ljoa
ing a it best suits Jour pleasure. Hut should gain! (;c'n. :tnta Anna. He says that rer- s'em to have a 8pitt against these men,because they were Tot only known to the surgeons who attendee ded. The available means of the Treasuryare Circuit Ou 1 6. 18-17 the Rer. John Grmfw

.. this courteous request of mine he unheeded lain ol1clrs. unworthy of the name of a soldier \ will not act with Northern wh.gj on this question, me, but to myself,the moment I was !striped and examined stated to be $63,546.The called to the Chail, and Kev. Ira L Poer requeued
then, although to ) : originated and fomented discord am and show that in in I ; but this was considered 5(rifling a matter to act I Secretary. The objec the mel
your Excellency me a painful ti.ev spilt by denj 'heir sincerity! also advises the suspension of b
disunion l t'r their own private and selfish ends. I ; compared with the terrible nature of my wound,thai message ing explained by the the following proposition
f l alternative, I shull commence to assault 1 favoring the South. i is this singular! conduct of from the citizens of Thomas
and have consummated their of I : it excited but little uneasiness and attention. It be. the general militia law throughout the State, county was submitted
.4' jour position, th, con equences of which act f finally, career Southern whiz which we deprecate and denounce I me to aiy here-what I sincerely Jeel-thai by the Rev. P. P Smith, viz:-'I'hat we,the
I '-. will be felt by your garr'ol, because there baseness by abandoning in the hour of peril, Why do they not acknowledge the whole truth in. come my recovery ha been providential; medical skill and and the consequent disbandment of the militia : citizen of Thoma Jville! and immediate Ycn pledge

exists in the ,ticunty of jour Excellency, an that country in which they first drew breath, sled of making representations to deceive the surgical talent could do but little for such a terrible and proposes as : substitute the formation of ourselves to the Florida Conference 11c
.' and whose c bread they so long had aten.- pe. wound. I understand there is no instance on record amount of land for a High School and
army of 8,000 men who are determined that I Such are the individuals, sass La who Ill? Why do they say all the people of the Northare of such : recovery. I attribute, therefore, with a : Volunteer companies, with special privileges I 10.000 dollars,in cash to commence with,Cece.Id the

\ the rights of their nation shall be maintained attribute to Jen. Santa Anna's .oz opposed to us, when they know such is net the grateful heart, my preservation and recovery toGo I to .the members, such a exemption from other full conviction that :0.00 dollars can b raised in
and respected. now : : : treason, fact ? The Sentinel, like other whig papers, is pur. alone: but next to God, my gratitude is due, i the county, provided Conference locate theInstitution
that want of success, a tiling which is alone public duties, and the distribution to them of I in said
attributable the
skill and devotion
God dad Headquarters in Puebla, While ny recovery to county.
Liberty. I suin thii course. it could remain silent, i it
't. September 23th, 1847. due to their own cowardce:: and iri!ubordina. ; of my attending surgeon. Dr. McMillan, arms from the public arsenals. That the plan On said proposition remarks were made b
did so, but when on to out, it adopts an I se
speak after which the
'' tion. c.Ue recently, I am happy to say permanently appointed. brethren prlen& following .
article to express its views which is founded upon But I will go farther and assert that the medical may become universal throughout (the State, [ were ofered by Re.S.Woodberrj and E. Footman,
U. Thomas Child Men of sound discrimination and correct
To Senor Col. : comman- assumptions not true. What but the lorce of part] department of the regular army will compare, it is proposed that the counties in which no I which were unanimously adopted b the meeting i
-. mander: of the United States Army, situated judgement, who Ia"r witnessed events as they in professional skill and intelligence, with that of I, That, believing proposition snb-
ties drive to ? Rtorlb/
can men a course so volunteer exist should be
iu Loreto. occurred emphatically assure us, says tho editors dangerous any other medical body of equal size in the world. companies already mited Convention by the citizen of T
I : Af La \ oz, that the commandcr-in-cliie Yet,the Sentinel lectures about politica gambling! Some of the, recent appointments I know also to be I preferred in the allotment of arms. The Governor county i. worthy of our acceptance, we heeb r
The maculate Puritan Where docs it find its moral excellent ; but there are doubtless some who are confessedly commend to the Florida
!, CITY OF PCEBLA, ever dii loed the mo st heroic valor and in. thinks that in this a military force AnDua Cnfern t a.
: deficient in all attributes of way and .
!code for concealing important facts one w ek, and iurgical.ki cept the same give us a High
( Sept. S3, 1847. S domitaljle resolution ofu-'ring in every part in the next week them ? and experience. This could scarcely : will probably be organized for immediate action Resolrtd. ZJ, That the proceeding of this meeting
: To his Excellency, I). A ionio TIIt San. which be presented himself a most obstinateand distorting der the circumstances; and considering th hu"ie I be published in the Florida the papers of
i The course on this subject is exceeding in which the had and amount to at least 7000 effective P&pJ.
and the Southern
la Anna, General-in-Chief the Mexican sanguinary resistance to the enemy. To Snlinels manner appointments Albany, Ga., Ad"of
the o mind it must bo self-eviden I strange. Its silence was bad enough, but its growling I regret to nay that I am again suffering under the men. Besides, remarks the Governor, "Addi Signed, in behalf of the meeting
front of city : every impartial
Army affliction of another wound,received at I the stormingof JOHN GRAMLDfG,
I for it break that silence is Ch.u
Sir :-1 I had tho honor of receiving at 2 that a mal who.has done so ruch-.ho has at us causing worse. Chapultrpec. The wound is from :mU"ke ball, tional encouragement would be given, as well Iu L. Ferret, Sec'y.

0' o'clock
,'. ter of this date. In it you wee' pleased to so many pcris-all neither be a nora tion." Ah I it audacity to expose the position of much. pain, but my surgeons assure me arm is a providing that when a number of volunteer The Victory in Pennsylrc.-Dem.

notify me of the fact that you had taken possession cowan!. Northern whigs ? I it bald-faced presumption to safe. ocratic majority .

.'" of this city, for the purpose, as you de. On the 1st of the present month, Genera refer to the fact that prominent democrats,as well as :,- .MUSTANG," the Mexican correspondent ol companies may form themselves into battaions tl&ousandfour hundred and ni

of restoring to the full enjoyment of Santa Anna at the head of 2000 cavalry and democrat ic conventions, of the North,are denouncing the New Orleans Delta, whose admirable letters de regiments, brigades and divisions, they may the Churubsco box to be ehY-e! I a

: care liberty its citizens who have hitherto suffered infantry and three pieces of artillery: sallied the Proviso? Are these matters to put the Sentinel scriptive of the battles of Contreras, Churubusco be authorized to appoint the appropriate officers jority for Morris Longslretb, the Democraticcandidate

., : so much 'from the U. S. army. You out of Pueble, intending to attack the American so out of humor ? But, says the Sentinel, it is" lu. Chapultepec, &c., have been so extensively copied in conformity to the existing laws of the for Canal Commissioner, is 21,357.LBGISLATCKE. .

likewise to offer certain train uhich left Jalapa on the itt inst. and dicrous"tor us,who are from" regions hyperborean"to In the Senate
i were pleased stipulations :.nd generally praised, i is a practical printer, and State. Thfc would lead to in Demo
.. ,*.. to this garrison, provided that it would, reached Perote on lh'41)),. Rut before arriving demand where Southern whigs stand on the Wile 1 worked in this office in 1844. He is by birth, if encampments 14, Federalists! 19. House, Democrats 85,

< within a fixed time, abandon the point of de. at TVpcyahualco the designs of the commander mot Proviso. I may be so, but we prefer that the I we rightly remember: a Marylander, and is well which it is thought"the education of the soldieris Federalists 35. Democratic majority joint

I ,; fence which it now occupies. With regard in chief of the Mexican forces were Sentinel should not judge of us in matters of this sort known in some portions of that State a Mr. JAMES much advanced. ballot Iuenyr.A

:; '; to the assertion of jour Excellency, which implies wholly fru"trated, all his men, with the exception by any rules which might appl/ to itself. L. FREAXER. The members of the old! Leon Coun. The Governor speaks of the efforts made by year ago, the Tariff panic," the

: that the inhabitants: of Put-Ma have been of 130 hu!sars of his personal guard, having In defining its petition the Sentinel exhibits fine ty Hickory Club will recollect him a the very excellent the Commissioners appointed on the part of Feds succeeded in electing 1 members of

maltreated by the U. S. troops, I wholly deny pronounced against him. As an excuse specimen of f jn. f3-.Just to long at the Jl'ilmot singer who led the choir at the enthusiastic Georgia and Florida to settle the boundaryline 'Congress, and the Democrats only 7. Had

it. On the contrary, I assure JOt that the pro. for this proceeding, the officers and privates Proviso t'j an open qUtl0I, WE ARE FOR A. SOUTHERV meetings of the Club in 15.Whie here, he composed the States. He "in the election come on at this time, the returns

', perty and privileges of. all have been main. alleged that t they wore firmly convinced I that MAN AND A. L\VEHOLIER FOR TiE PRE! i i a and appended to each stanzas the chorus between two says respect : show that the tabe! would have been completely .

I( tained, and respected with the greatest scrupulousness their further continuance at the disposal and DJCY'" This is i its language, and its own empha. r song.i quoted by him in his account of th to the merits of this question as they reversed-viz : Democrats 17, Federalists

indeed, so much so has it been under the order of the ox-President would sis. Wby,did it sa"poee would accuse it of sup- I capture of the city of Mexico, viz: Our flag is have presented themselves, after searching i 7.

,. :. done, that its paiallel cannot be found in the only be followed by their complete sacrifice ; porting a Wilmot Proviso man ? We knew its prudence ; there," This song was sungby him on the presentation with some care for information which might Pennsylvania has spoken iu tones of thunder

4 r :, annals of war. .\nc I would most willingly and that withal, their country would not de. if nothing more, would deter it from that. &cia beautiful flag to the Hickory Club by lead to a correct conclusion, and thereby rec. in favor of the War and IheTariffof IS46an

;* leave it to the most intelligent and impartial l rive the shte.benefit fiom it. Then why so many italics and capitals to assert what I the Democratic Ladies of this city, and produced a oncile claims and avert the against the Wilmot Proviso. The mora ef
i conflicting exasperation
portion of the population ,)1 the ci'y to decide They attributed the unfortunate events of nobody doubted"" We knew there was no whig in : happy effect. His democratic songs added no little of this noble victory upon the safety te

.1 .. from which of the two contending parties they the war, and their want of success in their the North it could support a opposed to the Proviso! I to the spirit" of those never-to-be-forgotten( assemblages and strife consequent on a divided jurisdiction Union and the success of the Democratic party,

,'. have received he most injury and molestation ; battles: against the invaders, to his incapacity I and that therefore making this the sole question: it i I of the flat-footed democracy"of old Leon. By between sovereign authorities, I regret cannot be to highly appreciated by her sister
( whether it is from their and K\en some of them loudly I would, be Southern slaveholder. States. Would that New York could shale
: : own coun'rymen or umkiltlncs. obliged to support a I .the way, remember an anecdote of these times, that I am not prepared to make such a
..: ** of United States. ( : to a traitor, and consequent! 'I offthe dissensions in her bosom and stand
.: the troop* thr ] This is a mere matter of necessity. Yet, the Sentinel I ia which FREANER figured conspicuously.and which recommendation. claim Georgia rests for

With regard to that particular part of your to be unworthy of holding any command in in pompous capitals' makes a merit of it ; and, to will therefore do to tell. On the day of the election. believe Thf the made between as of old, in defence of the country's inters

f > _' Elcelencalftfr which demands the ssirren- the Mexican army. make the matter richer, demands ol us whether we in this county, wLich we believe was just three firmly, I on treaty and the great national Democratic paryRichmond !-
r 4 ) lime of all the The of these transactions trans. the Uuited States and Spain in 1795, which, Oct. 29.
% wihin a positions greater are willing to go so far. Most certainly not. Thereis years ago this very day, in the fall of 18-,our whig Enquirer,
now occupied by the troops under my command pi red at ..Nopalucan.' toot the same necessity operating upon us. Thereare friends rallied their singing crowd, and marched forward it should be remarked, is concurrent in this t

I can only say in reply, that having Santa: Anna having got to Tepcyahualco democrats in the North who are opposed to the to the polls, in high glee,and lashing the democrats respect with the Constitution of this State." : Gen. Worth.-A gentleman of our acquaintance .

fjt been honored with the duty of guarding and with his 1HO() hussars, h received an order Proviso and i if such an one ,hold b the democratic after this sort- He that the question was not settled, I visited Havana with Gen. (then Col.)
': protecting them, it is equally my greatest wish from the Government at Queretaro. directing candidate' we wilt support him. Wt would prefer a Henry Clay and Frelinghuyjen Worth. They were presented to GOT.O'Do

._ i .' and paramount obligation} to preserve them to him lo proceed thither at once with al the Southern slaveholder,but would not oppose a Northern To James K. Polk will be rank pizen !1" and says further nel, and invited to dine with him. Worth

i j. .* the last ; and I am fully satisfied that I shall troops which were at his orders. the man, if bis principles were not opposed to ours. MuttangY republicanism could not stand this,and I should not omit to observe, that the pro- was anxious to visit Moro Castle ; and remark

:: f be able to defend them successfully, inasmuch General did not deem it convenient to comply We are not like the Sentinel without any Northern rallying his forces he struck up in a clear,loud voice, prosition made by the commissioners of Georgia ed to the Governor that be was a military man,

V 8 I have at my disposal all thit- resources es with the mandates of lilt Government, and man of our party who with the South on the sufficient to drown the opposing minstrels to those of Florida-that is to run the line and was interested with all thing connected

: S sentialtoitsmuhlandcompleteaccounphishmeuut. took up his line march for Oaxaca, whitherby question at issue. agle praiseworthy in that paperto We'll give our Polk our suffrage poll eastward to the highest point on the principal with his profession, and be aviolation

p .. \ With considerations in the highest degree the last accounts bp was: wending his way. make a virtue of necessity, and proclaim it in glaring To drive the Coon back to his hole, branch of the St. Mary's river, at which its of rule, it would gratify him to seethe

respectful, 1 have the honor to hc your Excel!. He publicly declared that his intentions in going capitals there was any choice left it,numb. And Jersej's, weasel and Sunday mail, tributaries accumulate sufficient water to causea defences of the harbor. They were taken

,: lency's most obedient servant, to Oaxaca were to see whether he could I merit of its We'l ride upon a Hickory rail permanent flow in a well defined channel- over the Castle, and to a review -
., : skulls, like ourselves, might ,see the O Coons stand chance, &c. aferwar
THOMAS CHILDS. Col. U. S. A., raiso there another army with which he might who have you and, if accepted-would have met my appro. of the troops-the regiments
course, but still 'we do nut see why those a o
Coons fled and skinned
.:' .Civil and Military Governor. return to renew the combat with the enemies ital. This wai enough-the we val, and the necessary steps taken to establisha the Spanish army. They were splendidly!
r choice should commit: themselves to these same
'. The Arco Iris of the 13th inst. furnishes of the epublic. ics and them pretty effectually that day, electing our entire boundary accordingly. equipped, and went through their evolutions!

'. interesting news from Puebla, which is trans. Tho Genius of Liberty says that Senor capitals.If Senatorial ticket,and 1 on. Mr.FKCANER left this .In every aspect of this yet amicable con. with faultes precision. Worth was delight
knew better what the Sentinel meant by an
hands the Pena Pena is discharging the duties of President we city in November, 1344, for New Orleans. When and officers .
hated to our by Genius of Liberty. y troversy, prudence friendly neighborhooddemand ed, expressed his gratification to the
quettion, we might Suppose a
t. It is a fitting sequel to the above correspondence at Queretaro. He has refused to reco open i is who say more.out.and.out the the news of Gen. Taylor's perilous position was received its early settlement. A con fie of in attendance. But," said he, privately -
whig run
.4 : nise a* his associates in power the individuals Norther opposes would the in New Orleans, FaaAKER was among the authority between the contesting may to his companion, "I could whip them with

7 .. PUKBLA. 28th.-At 5 o'clock on the evening nominated and appointed by Santa Anna.- acquisition of any territory from Mexico, Pro. first to enrol himself a a volunteer for his reli fand be sooner or later expected. It will probablyarise my single regiment-they have not the spirit
Sentinel, so far he i concernedconsider
of yesterday the points of San Juan: de He proposes that Congress shall take upon it. i marched and I"t a campaign I a private in a from the decision of a judicial question. of an American sI ier.- (N. )
self the office of to that viso an open question" I This we understand to raised in New Orleans.It l'.ttl Y
Dios, Santa Rosa and Santa Monica commenced electing men impor. company Resistance to its execution may follow. Messenger.
be the whig position all through the country. We _ _
:. a heavy cannonade upon tho American tant and high office. Force against force may be employed; and
should like know how the would stand in
works. The latter immediately began to to matter Won't D thus the two States may be embroiled in angry England. .The editors of the N. Y. Joar-

throw cannon shot, bomb and grenades into Genrral Quilman.-Governor of lt xico. such event. The New York Mirror, the first paper in the strife." nal of Commerce have been favored wit the
;1: he of the city which suffered in consequence "The Confederacy." country which hoisted the TAYLOR flag for the Presidency following extract from a letter by *
I centre To gallant Missis I !ppi belongs the honor of giving The balance of the message is taken up
some con" derablt* injury- to Mexico her first American Governor We see notices of a new paper with the above title, pronounces the letter said by the N. York merchant of New York who has long bet t
I with observations and commendations the
Don Marino del Rio, whilst standing with and also add her first wise Governor which is about to be started in Pil.burg.Pa. As its Courier to have been received by J.R.Ingersoll from upon resident in one of the most populous manufacturing -

,- :: his on the bick balcony of his house, wa Gen.we Scott may displayed equal judgment and name indicates, it will throw its influence in support General TAYLOR, in which be is made to avow him- minor affairs of the State, and in which our districts In Kngland. The letter is addressed
.': wit ball. about mag. views of lelf a decided whig:," and in favor of the electionof readers feel On the whole it is .
: dead by a cannon At 8 nanimity in this appointment. Gen. Quitman lof the Union, in opposition to the fanatical no concern. to his partner in New York:

e''f : o'cokl. M. the cannonade ceased, but com had hail the misfortune to be excluded from the" I ibolitionUts on the one hand, and hasty disunionfcts Henry Clay or some other. statesman of the same an interesting and satisfactory exposition of '* You will learn from the the fright

.; : mencr nt the dawn of the following battle of Ci'rro (;') -() and Contreras. His on the other.. This i* an enterprise which were school to the Presidency to be a sheer forgery.- the condition of Georgia, and is taken up en. ul! state of the mercantile \papr this fide of

.':, day. brave spirit anti! acknowledge military talents glad to sea undertaken and if carried on in a pro. Several other Taylor papers express the same thing, with these things. No allusion is madeto the water Confidence is almost annihilated! ,

'C "' PI-EBLA, 29th.-Hy order orSantanna a bad met with disappointments which no doubt per manner and spirit will receive from the South a by their refusal to notice or republish the remark tirely and the distress for money is unparalleled.

i'} W t; body of troop was jestenlay posted in the grieved his gallant Sul. in the closing cordial and unhesitating support. I is commenced abut it in the Courier. It won't do, gentlemen federal] politics-an omission on the part of Loans are \being made in London, Liver

'i3 convent of Santa .rfrl at one of the cor. scent*, lie availed himself oflho long delayed too, in a region extensively known,and easily accessible your hard cider tricks of 1840 are still fresh in the his Excellency apologised for by tho remark pool, and in all the important manufacturlgand

'r', S tiers of which 1 breastwork of cotton bales I opportunity and covered himself with glory in and will therefore be the more instrumental in minds of the people. They well remember that that I local and domestic affairs claim our frt shipping marts, of money payable on

Four hundred cotton bales have which the efforts of the misguided General TAYLOR told the people that I far a mand and undoubted at 10 j't'
: was ercecJ. the various difficult operations precededthe countervailing incendiary care ; for strengh: at homo is strength abroad. on security
-?, already been demanded of tin IIOUM of Ve.5.J occupation of the c-ity. abolitionists, and ptacing the North in that position I an cpinion on tl great questions which separate the cent per annum interest. Say what they may

: lasco for the defence of the city. To prevent Ills admiral! fitness' for the governorship which we believe she would be inclined to occupy if i two )olitialatie is concerned, he has yet to in Alexander U. Everett. the harvest is only an average for com,(meaning -

Ti' the completion of this work the Americans Mexico will occur to all who are acquainted .the matter is presented as it should be. However, vstilale bfore he can give oneand it is payinga The Penntylvanian of the 22d ult. says of the the cereals) whilst the peas, beans tna

h I from the r.r of San Jose kept up a continu.il; with Gm. ( Qiiitniau. Ha is a profound .* we shall see what we shall see." poor compliment to his honesty to say that be was death of this gentleman" We are sorry to hear of turnips are fearfully short-.and the potato crop
workmen which stoutly ill this time purposely deceiving them-that when the death of the Hon.ALEXANDER II. EVERETT is doomed. To add the alarm are to-
t fire npoa being Jurist and elegant scholar, well read in history, The Army Mvtktt-The N. Y. Mirror of the 2lstIt. ,our to we
4 ;', : returned by the Mexican*, the discharge of and fa mi I ar with several of the modern Ian- of the musket with which the'U. S. soldiers be professed to be nothing, politically,he was at the new Minister to China. He was the brother of the vised that the cholera ha, in its westward

.; 1 ,f' bombs and grenades from the American lines guages, including, we believe, Spanish. leI i armed says lame as bitter a whig a that letter represents himto Ion. Edward Everett, and a Man of marked ability. march,already reached Poland,and it i is fared
increaied. At this moment a conoidJ I be There's something rotten about all this, and lie commenced his believe we shall be visited with that this win
) J greatly i iI. too, a cool, delbcrath'e, firm, and most rig. "The volontecri in Mexico begin to complain that diplomatic career, we ,a scourge
? J.* erable number private citizens,went to San. idly honest man. the United Slates musket is too heavy. There cane something which smells strongly, of forgery or hyjocrisy. Secretary of Legation at St. Petersburg, at the time ter. The track it follows is almost identical!

'I ta Anna, who was nt Carmen, and requestedof Wo predict that his administration wi be no doubt of it. The United States musket mayo There's a game being played, but the playrs John Quincy Adams was minister; and when Mr..\. with that of 183 1-3S."

j! him a piece artillery, which bejng grant. more effective and successful than that any well enough to march about the streets wih. oron are handling their cards 1 bunglingly that the Became President made Mr.E. Minister Spain. *

..J'I' ; ed, together with a tmal body of men for its other ruler Mexico hat ever had.-N. O. go,through roads-but thick when woods the or soldier over has mountains pass, mot indifferent spectators can see through the whole i The Boston Transcript says: Mr. Everett bu left "I don'tbke the looks ef that man, satf IB,

't management they quickly marched for tbo Delia. wamps hey are unmanageable. Another circumstance ought of it; and while the gamblers make loud professions I two volumes of miscellaneous.writings, which will countryman, who was spending a few days&J>
S .; rvmrlnt of Santa Rose and opened a well die to mentioned our government baa not suppliedhe or fairness, they can be seen slyly slipping the cards Je a lasting memorial of his talents both a a and town, to one of our merchants the
b "
1L1 ; reeled' fire upon the American works.Ve'' yet with the patent caps,but cont Doe the beneath the table, and thus preparing for the great he master of clear,vigorous style. pt 14 Why, said the merchant, what do yon *
A magnificent steamer trop behind a prose mU answered tistronger.
I Terrible Scene. flint This isM about hlrn t" "
old Why,
if ia the consternation, but night 10k. b \take.\ The people are waned in time, and will be have been between his fifty-fifth' and sixtieth wrong
$ ,I I; were greatest the Hilxrnia, coming lo Cincinnati lately, wasdiscovered the age." The writer saw 12,000 men to em- year "I notice that he ia always 'new-
:i17 F at.last supervening, everything l became quiet. t inbe on fire, tho flame bursting bak> from France for Africa three ,years since, ande'er111 cert.into: deal out that punishment which is merted. when ha died. The unlooked-for event took place avery ing about store jiM before the pdntTboy *
of Santi Uos were had a musket with wedded bayonets and his arrival at CaDton.- your
trn.flrr short time
The nuns
hundred '* **
4W [ from the hold. With three passengers with the *. 0Jye%
Santa Catalina, and is lid latent cap lock*.-We boast of our improvements, comes along paper
in litters t thing will be done with those of on board, men, women and children, the but> in military equipment we are behind the limes." ftj-There is stated} to have died of Yellow Fever Jlfolitionitt National. Conttntim.-The ,abolitionists says the merchant, "res yen art right I

.i the same the are frongly scene wa terrible. By scuttling I was extingulshcd in New Orleans since the of the in National'Convention Buffalo, New have ordered the paper stopped when JJf*'
Santa Monica,although later Ten ot the Union, by their Governor, epi- a
and the horror of all, it was discov. $J Sate is i that ujobodybleDi5t
to fork, have nominated the notorious JOHX P. HALE, out on very account :
i .
monastic demic and the 20th of
aiylum.PCEBLA ultimo
: opposed to leaving their have appointed Thursday the 05th of November in.stant up to 2544 person, few*
ered that .me'half burned caikf, marked co.fee natives ;( New u their candidate for President, lo the store ever gets the paper'tUl thaj
30th.-To-day tmnquiitl reigns in the middle keg of .a day of A. jet BO other day thorn 24.0 were o United SI-te,24 wee lapshiff baa read it." 7 Capitol Reporter.
the conhint. Thankgyio. md La Ohio, for Vice President. "in the city. Now and then ran b der gnpw. ha been selected Ip Drench, 691$ were Ii.1en, 877 were Germans,and Una In. c

of a cannon, and th- explosion of some

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TAt Harvctt in France.The following OBtTUAHT.Died By. the President of the United $10 RfiWard! L. '& H. & '' TBOOLAMATION.- .; I

eitrsc .froni a Paris :leitcr, in a New York in camp, near Vera Cruz, Mexico, on Wednesday States.: T> stolen f the subscriber Still GREG CO.,-

furnuh a gratifying account of the agricultural October 13, after an illness of three day., JX on the l&h of 1647 a negro thei
Corner of Monroe Streets
piper in France : ROBERT W. WILLIAMS, of Capt. Kelly's Company !man named JACK about 0 feet high, strut 4 ':

i prospects of Volunteers,late of (this city. trtilt, aged 24, ,.a. yellow cpfftf a WHERE the Ir now opening their FALL AND
PARIS,August scar o(ne aide of his head o. 01 WINER ropply of FRENCH EGLSH.GERAN ,

days of July arc parsed' and I can say : --. -- _. -- -- -- part of Hs .hold.from a b an when Upp AMECAN DR GOD

isiiot chcr.ig. is quick, sensible. A reward of$25 .Uro tber every
about them that jmmitand Watches Clocks and ver
nothing ,
Jewel will fjven ( in jail descriplionofcoloredandfaneySilksParisidnPlaUs,
b o i loe any
July dajs0f and Printed Cashmere and Colored
REPAIR CD.rpOWLE AO he cm and a Siriped Plain
which I speak are the days of the' harvest, &MYERS, bavin; ltrf the services pad. if b has bd., by war man, wi b French Merino,Pl.in,Striped and Silk rote Alpac-

half-starved Europe far more important J. of an experienced attend to negro an lhiefwitl, sufficient evidence for convic ca. &c.
for' all political caterwauling* and subleties. the repairing of Watches and Clokl !, tion. Aiy information concerning them may be directed A great variety of French English, and American 'j'1lElilAS,Thantt ana*praise afe due from the

thin This harvest is the richest,the most abundant: well are prepae to do all work in their line of blllin.S TI? pursuance of law, I, JAME POLK, President to the undersigned SARAH at Tallahassee ANN ALLErf.Post Office. CalC Plaids and Ginghams of different; styles Inaluattie; I Author V V good of Alt people of tb State nl l Florida to the
Good ,
fethis or thatarticlebut in all possible products prompty. 16 1. of the United do hereby November 6,1847. 16 4tV.S.M Sutl of every description color q other fi-r health, prosperity,and
( declare and make known, that land sale will blessings which we, as a people, have been
The has been in, wheat public Svi. Jacne. Cambric, Tarleton and Cross a
permitted to the
flfthe be held at the undermentioned Land Offices in the enjoy during current veil:
lid oats are now cutting in quantity and qual. Wood Cutters. STATE OF FLORIA. at the h.tefnnermntloned Mulns; and. and a new style of Therefore i it is proclaimed that THURSDAY, the
pet : I Sik. iinen.Bbin.
the Tr. 25th JYoveinfer next, *cf apart to observed
to most
jtjuniversally satisfactory, even a number of strong and healthy men : *: h b
extravagant wishes. The prices of bread WANTED as choppers. Liberal wages to good I At the Laid Office at ST. AUGUSTINE; com Cashmere, Silk and Woollen Gloves,for Ladies Praise throughout the State a 3aj of Thanksgiving and

to on Monday, the seventh day of February and Gentlemen to Almighty Go.
declin. men. Apply ;
everywhere rapidly mf'nCnl
tod vegetables are LINDENBERGEU. the disposal of (he public lands within the Woollen and Cotton Stocking for do.; Given Und r my hind and tbe great seal
and in all probability until autumn we $IB1CHE& [Jrxi-] of (he State, at (the Capitol this I5th October
ing, townships and of Cambric
tf H.
November 16 undermtntionP parts townships, Idk.. plain and S lotcpriced; .
..1I psi cheaoer bread than ever before the : Silk ,. French Needlework Collars 1347. .

;;wine.' In-Marseilles' alone lie a million and NEW BOOKS. South of the bait line ami Eat of th principal and Capes; Octoberl6,1S.1. 13 W._- _n_. 0-0 MOS'f.rY______ __

of bushels of i grain that cannot mtdian. (for Dresse*; do. Green;
j a half Fractional of I 'I V fjfrAll paper in the State ropy.
received the following township twenty, Mnge thirty-one. assortment of Hat, Cap and Stl colored "
which asat imported by the THIIE subscriber has just .
sold for was
be Townships ffy.six. (except sections six, <,\en. Ribbons{ I Sheriff's
,L and standard Books! :
I speculators, its poor quality may be the cause. new of Xanoleon.Monfcomerj's eighteen naelen. thirty and thirty one,) ard fifty- at ., Tuscan and Straw Bonnets; 1
MantholonV Captnit* seven three five six time to fake the Mail Boat for Apalachicola. Leave Linen Y virtue of a writ of fieri fuels, Issued from :
As a re.elportationmuM l he a great loss, Lifr of Gen. Zch. Tavlor.Pardo' ; letions one 1\0. four Damask, and Damask Table Covers i B' .
these million and a half of bushels must travelto Court of Louis XIV, Sf'yen. eight, nine ten, eleven fifteen, seventeen, Chattahoochie Wedned vs ant Sunday,,at 1. P. M., Doyle.Towels Diapers. &.C.; the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the .
eighteen, nineteen twenty.twrnty.onl. and twenty- arrive at Quincy same dO's. 0 o'clock. P. M. Fare, Rich Nett Children's Wool Coats and Caps; County of Le n. tiJlf Circuit of P.oridiwhnl4d <;
the brandy Mill. The crop of other vege. Parlour Book of Flowers Campaign, with Maps two, in township fifty-eight of range thirtys'ght.Townshipsfifty.tlvefif'ty.sixetcept #' yO. T. D. WILSON, A large assortment of brown Sheetings Shirtings, Henry lit man. Executor of Thfjhil Hy I.n s estate '

tables, such as potatoes pulse, cabbages, is ibrn.' W Colonial t.rlo History of the United States, ( section one,) Proprietor. Striped Shirtings and Homespiiii; ;: plaintiff and We.t. A miritra' *!j
has failed and (except section N. B. Private can at Broadcloths, for of Henry J. Ga skins, i is defendant, I have
quite as rich as of corn. Nothing ; I Ranke's of the Popes ffy.se\en. twenty.tre.t\'enty. conveyance b rrurC any Cassimers. Kerseys, Linseys. Stripe lie l
History and will for sale, before the
six upon
,twenty-seven,twenty-eight,twenty.nilt.thirtJ. and Plaid Satinett, JeansTweeds,Red and expose
everything yields a hundred fold. The sight! Illustrated Rtan.alpoleos ,', time.November I' House door, in the city orTallaha. the .
of the Reign of George 3d.Browning's thirty-one thirty-twothirty-three. thirty.fout.thir. IS"' 16 Srrf Flannel.Tickin *,( Cambrics.with large on frt
of the vineyards is remarkable: : ; the vines '\ mo n of the ty-five and thirty-six,) of range thirty-nine. assortment rf Trimmings, Fancy Perfumery Monday in December next, within lejat hour,

lie on the ground under the weight of their History Hugenot. Sections one, two, three four five, six, twelve Attention, 6th Regiment Cuttlery &c. All of G' be sold following described propertv' ,to f.it :
crop. To find an instance of such fruitfiJ1ness.t'e Waxall's llltmif.'WuaU' thirteen twenty-four and twenty-five, in township HEADQCAPTIJu. 6rH REGIMENT, F. M 1 low for cash at their store in this place also at E i. S C1.Sed13Townahip2Ran:2.t! t.

\ must go back to 1776. The cask of Mill's History* Pothumous of the Crusades and Chivalry fifty-five, and fractional township tfy.ix. (except Talaha'ee. Oct 'her 20. I*.t. ( their store in Monticello. SI.NE4.NE4.NE4, .". 24 24., I" 2. "" .NkF.

wine (not yet made) is already sold for twen. Rash's Residence at the Court H. of Lndon.alrole's l_sections*.,_IIC_ UrtJ D!two.," _'1 three dime__,_four.'_'.!_.five, ,) on I Bis.u' PURSUANT Regiment al 6f from the G Florida-n. A. K Militia.ALLI-is October 30,1847. 15 NI.NW 4, 2--., 2 2,, I 1.2. N &&E..
Letters to
francs while in the former favor. New :lnn. WJ.SW4 IS, ?. I. N
ty.fivn very Smollett's Works Fractional township ffy.fvt on I Biscayne Bay hereby required to muster ai Tallahassee! Satur- Caps.TUST 3. 1 E.
Slet N W l.- I 19, 2 3.
able vineyard it sold .for seventy to eighty Feildinz's i of range; (orty-n day.ihe 13th November next, at 10 o'clock, A.M. received per the last arrivals 5 doz. Cloth NWJYSW4." .F.

francs. The price of winecasks has risen Maryatt'a Works, in 1 "01. At the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE. commencing ., armed and equipped according to law.It J and Glazed Caps for Gentlemen Boys new SCO 19. I 2.i 3, N k F. .
Compl.te ; acres more .
of the immense prospective Scott's on 1onc1y. the twenty-first day of February is important that the Companies should be wellfilled Ityles. whicb will be sold low. containing or tt
in Napcleon very saId!
consequence : next, for of the public land within L.vie upon as the property of and
,as a General will take The L. H. GREENBERG CO. tet'nJnt.
demand,to twelve francs. Without any elag. Trumbull Hazlitt's" Indian War, : the undermentioned townships and parts of town. commissioned and nn-commision.d Inspection Officer place. rr. October 30,1S47. & 15 & to
geration I can say that a litre (a pint and a and I ship viz : attend a A. A. FSHER. Sheriff.
Views-A-Foot or Europe seen with Knapsack quired to on Tfiwtday and ] llth -- Sit
half) of good table wine will cost out of Paris Staff. South ff the bate line and East of the principal and 12th for instruction in drill. fYidaytic Spanish Regalias. Ot"hr. 23, 1S17.- 1.

-that is, without the city duty-only two Hawthorne's Journal of an African Cruiser, m liian. I p. Fine will be strictly imposed upon all defaulters. Notice.

Thus richly does Nature compensateus Ttpee, or a Residence on the Marquesas, Townships twenty-one twenty-two of range S S SIR LEY,Col. Comd'goP '0 000 JUST Deceived per Brig Lucy and
sons. Keats Poetical Woik, Es.avs ot Ella, nineteen. JAMTS LoJERMAN.dj1ltant.. for sale by SI.X i: months after date' ,I shall present m.v aT>OTt!

for the famine and privation of last lear! Tschudi? Tiavels in Peru, Townships twenty-one. (except section. one, Ocolwr 30, 1S47. 1: \ L&II. GRE'BE A CO. n vmKlier to the Hon Judge of Irobt"rf
twelve thirteen. fnrtp.nfour .
Iwpnh.thr... October .
Modern Standard Drama, Orators. 01 ranee, hc.n"'o 3.197. Jefferson.county, and apply for letter* of : I
Conversion Professor Allen. 'Reverend Napoleon and his Aimy, nlt twenty-five,) and twenty-two, o'f"range NEW STORE. 2 Admairarq o the estate of Henry Feldber

George Allen, A. M. a Priest of the Protestant American House Carpenter twenty.Townships. Received by the latest Arrivals, late eteron (ln'. ..dC.f

Church renounced the miQistry a Headley's Napoleon and Marshal!*, and Washing twenty-two andtwenfy4hroc. of range I GREENBERG AdmV.
Episcopal twenty-one. GEORGE II. MF5C.INNISS! A LARGE assortment of READY MADE CL. October 1", 1S47. 1:' Cm
and conformed to the ton and hi.Got craU, THING. SHOES BOOTS also
few days ago publicly Townships twenty.two and twentj-three,of TS ; a general
Life of Washington, range n01'receiving and opening at the store next door
Catholic Communion. lie was receiv.ed MashaU's twenf-two. J. sortment of GROCERIES.L Whiskey, &c.
Roman RtMcoe's Life of William the Conqueror, to 1fr. ntnV'I: a s(neral assortment of nods Lar
into the bosom of that Church with the usual Cooper's Naval History, Youatt on the Home At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE. ,commen- ror"isting of DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, GROCERIES October 30.1947. &H. GREENBERG 15 &CO. JCS ,ei.ed per f h'wief 'theroe from l,, .

and solemnity, and partook of the first Philosophy in Sport mode Science in Earnest.EndIe.s cinz on Mondaothe seventh day of February next, :&.C., &., which he will. sell at the very : :bbl Whi"ky. -
for the disposal of the public lands within the un do. ,
Amusement, The Good Genius, lowest prie. Lad
the altar of St. John's Cathedral.
sacrament at townships and of townships, viz do. I
1 Molcses
of and Pastimes deormentione parts : Octrbe I7. 15 Ct NotcIs ;
Professor Allen was for many years President Every Coys' Treasury Man his own Spoils FarritI,The Gardner and Florit of / e bat line and H'est of the principal hereby given to person interested, that six 1 do. Syrup

of Newark College' Delaware, and presided K bleoi Christian Year, meridian. Kerseys, Groceries, &c. months after dateI shall present my final aCcount 10 Boxes Sp.

over its affairs with distinguished ability.For .- Light in the[)wellin:,a Book of Family Devotions Fractional township two northeast cf Forbes C.\SF OF NFGRO KERSEYS and vouchers to flit Hon. Judge of Probate in and Rice Java Coffee, & .e. for ml,low brALFRED

the last two he has been connected Chitfx's Blackstone. new edition. 2 vols l grant, of range onto 1 ) cases of Rusett Brogans a fine article* for the County of Jefferson,and apply for a discharge E-'HOC- .
years Fractional township one, njrtheast of Forbes'grant the Administrator of the of October 23.1547.
M.,iOtuc Monitor.;>ier's Peninsular Wars.Shr.iwreck Underwood's Pickles, u estate Anna Brooks, I
with the University Pennsylvania and is at of range h\o. late of said deceased. :
and Disaster at Sea, Lobsters, County
of Latin and Greek ; Fractional section* three, nine ten, fourteen Pickll BULL PRATORIUS,
this time Professor and Greek Lexicon, fnlr. Cocoa, JAfE R. &
Frepired ROOKS
Secretary of the Faculty.-Phila. Sun. Pickerinl'l John on'<, and Walker'* Oittionnils. and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve and sections Red Currant Jelly, Jefferson County, Oct. 30, 15-7. 15 At the corner store under the Sentinel Office and
ToJ.I. Kindmi; twenty-seven, twent>'-eicht, thirty-two and ljC.
copy Pictorial Bible, in splendid Pepper Sauce opposite the Phocnii Buildings.
The Alabama Voter. Are in favor of Bible from to $13 each. Fine edition thirt).thrCo in township one; township two, west I Mustard,
you Quarto S of Forbes' craft, and township three west of the (very superior) Sat to 1st Monday in December. NOW OPENING a choice and well! neFected .
biennial !ions of the Legislature ?" asked a of Byr.in, Shakpere almost'all the standard I Apalachicola river, of range eiht. White Wine Vineear, p.ffprd Sale. ARE,frtment of CLOTHS. C A S-'IMERS, VEST.INGSandREADY.MADECLOTHING. -

manager of an election in Alabama of a voter. Poets. Fractional township three,( the southwest Lamp Oil, Lin."e dittO The reat
NOVEL &c. except Young fine virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the
** fraction of section thirtv-one,) and fractional town 'ea.ery( ,) BY care and taste bestowed in theselectkm; of these
Who whose good .
? says the voter, name was I Margaret Graham by James; Bridge, Gunpowder do. Black ditto CI.rko.office of Leon Circuit Court wh.r.inIaac
)Ance Veasy, and, withal, tolerably gree.n. Cecilia, Knight of Gilne. by lormal'; Cadet of ship four west of .Chippola Lake," (except fractional Now receiving per Brig Newcastle from Bosfort.tiEO. W. Mitchell is plintif. and Henry Doegett, warrant them in saying to all who wish to I.urha. :
sectional sections six, seven and thirty-one) good bargainsyod will da well to call and examine
"Areyou in favor of biennial sessions of the Colobrieries, Walnlr. Ardent Troughton. Camp and of nine.Frctional 1. MEGINN1SS.! & is h.\e this day levied upon our tftoek. It wonld be a Quarter Deck Pa. Legend or Mexico, In. range October 30, 1547. 15 Ct and f e.tpc to public sale,before the CourtHouse patience :
Legislature, sir? 5l boroush Hall, Master Tifoth\'s Book Case, Mi. sections twenty-two, twenty-three and door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first to entme ft the different styles and. patterns
Biennial Sessions !-I don't know him. i ser's Dauzhtlr. Ballet Girl Lover' Sons and Bal. twenty-four, on the main l land, in township; two of Fancy Goods. Monday in November nest witjiin legal hours, the composing this assortment : suffice it 10 say that a

kin Sessions sir Jfhe Ned range twentj-. described to wit portion ol these. cloths and easterners are f. flritaalu5a ..t.S .
Is he any to Reub. lad, L\er's Irish Stories Wjandotte. fef. following property. :
Fractional ADRILLE P DE Black Gro. de ItoaMrd Lustre,3 and the .
sections thirty-one, thirty-two thirty- SOlE clothing nd
Jack Tom Burke, Harry Lorre< uer, Arthur rhine Sec l0.TlNorth.R2EtheSE.1ofthetElofSec3.TlR2.N&E
is, 111 be d-d cf you ketch me a votin' fur Hinton. O'Mallev.JUVENILE. ] three and thirty-six on the main land, in township Vy Plain and Embroidered Mouslin de the W i of the S W : every article of their stock is of a style] and quality
lira! You never hearn mo tell 'bout that fiteI O'L-ary I BOOK I one.and fractional sections eight nine twelve sev- Satin striped Cashmeres, plaid spun Silks, of Sec 3, T 2, R 1.N &. E,and; three acses of land in< I that will please the most fttdlOUI.They i.

I bad long with Reub. Sessions, up in Shelbydid { A great variety of New Books for Children: Tots, enteen twenty-four twcatsr.fivetwenty.sjx,twenty- French Ginghams, Tartar Plaids, theNWcorner oftheSW 4 f Sec 10, T 1, R 2, would mention : CLOTHS are of

you ?" BooV, &.C.,with many other Book and Fancv G(Is. seven and twenty-nineon the main land in township Scarf:and Cravats, Egyptian and Regency Lace N&. E; also, the W i of the N E 4 of Sec IS.T 1. the finest texture, the best English wool dye,French r
of Collars.trimmed and untrimmed. dylblack.do.Casuimcr.Loodon wool d,
two \\01 Mark
which the range twenty-seven. N'oIR2.EandtheWjoffheNVofSec15T1NofR2EandtheEioftheNlV4ofSer e ,
"Never mind your" fights now, Mr. Vcasy ; A full assortment of teachers of and School parent Books is respectfully, to oliciled. attention .- Fractional township three on the main land, (except Linen Cam. Hdkfs. French Kid Gloves, do Cats.,French and German black cloths,do.Cass V

tnwer, yea or nay. P. A. hAYWARD.Tallahassee sections one,three sixseven sixteen and twen Ladies and Misses spun Silk Goe. 15TlNoFR2EandtbeWjofthesE4o( French fancy Ca."imer. s

"I does'nt know what you mean by your ya November IS47. :1GGADSDEN1SHERIFF ty-seven.) of ranze thirty-one. Gentlemen printed L. C. ., a new article, Sec 3.T I.N.R 2. E. VEST1NGS of fine black Satin fine plaid Siting a'
South of the bate line and East of the vrineioal\ Do. Scarf and Cravats. Silk. Woollen Velvet CashmereI and PolkanritiCerro .
: ud na's; but I'll be dot rotted eli vote fur eny' Levied upon as the property of said df"ndanf.and --' -.3
mtrdian. Now receiving per Brigs Cam and Fm 1ne.and be sold said writ of fieri Gor lo and Cfrlu"co. Monterev checkid.
; to to satisfy t!
the Sessions how fix it !
BT family no you can SALES. Fractional townships eight nine west of the for sale low by GEO H. MF.INNIS. A. faca.A. READY AI C'L0hhING.-Superitr Fine blk. ..
Bah! Bennial Sessions, indeed jest as Suwannee river,of range fourteen. October 30:1847. 15 J. w. Sherif.BY s. French dress and frock coats do English wool dye

{ much fit fur Guvner as fire is fur a ice.house !" Sale first Monday in December. .VbrfA of the base line and Eas of the principal Sept 23, [Oct. 9,] 1847. 12 do.do., French Ca!*imer Sck Cot!. Doe-skin do.,-
and black and cloth
Bagging, Rope fancy mixed doe-skin
virtue of writ of fieri fads. issued from Tw The above sale has been opera
a 5O postponed unfit the
Admissions An examination
of Attorneys.- B Sections twelve, thirteen fourteen,twenty twtn- received Schr. Or. coat?,black beavercloth .sack and over-coats, black
for the
the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court per Ne first in December next.
of a number of Gentlemen in Steuben County of Gadsden,Middle Circuit Florida,where. tyonetwentytwotwentythreetwentyfonrtwentyfive TS. GEO. H. MEGINNISS. Monday, Cloaks. Pantaloons of fine black C2simer,roediuri

determine whether twenty-six, "twenty-seven twenty-eight, October, J5 6t do., a great variety fancy Ca.icier pants! or|
County, to they possessed in the Union Bank of Florida plaintif.and James Is7. NEW GOODS. latest ( the
style t'ttlt
the requisite learning and ability to practicein H. liszt is defendant, I have levied upon and will twenty-nine thirty, thirty-two, thirty-three, thirty very dscrlftion. Military
four, and in Trimmings, Shirts .
thirty-five thirty-six Tallahassee Guards
the courts, is said to have produced the fol.lowing expos for sale before the Court the House f.th door of ,December in tbe. range five.Townshfp. township one, TIE !ubcriber would call the attention of the adjusting St loery.k.Suspender, and alm -Crvts.everjthing 11-
Monday day
town Quincy, on and assortment
studied and abstruse and sections exensive connected gentleman's outfit.
deeply oe. twenty-five,
1 47, the following described to wit : twenty.
property of GOODS receiving Brigs Wakulla and
fcix, hf.thirty.three.th \ per B. & P.are prepared to execiite all ofrlef) accord
ud answers: TheNF.4nf the S'W !. theNWi of theSE twenty."e"tn. -> ry. Emeline. Their stock has been with
care log to the latest and
s.lete. most
four and
thirty-five thirty-sixand two of
township ,
Q. What is law 1 4,theEjoftheNW.andtheSVs'4oftheSE4ofSeetion from the fashionable appc vellylt.
most in New
ranzesix..VbrA N. B. Bv I tit) ,next arrivals expect .to receive
of the 7, T 2. R 2, N and W, containing 2fJU York and, been at reduced a
A.-The legal rights parties. of the bate line and Wett of the principal ; having purchased prices, THE REMAINDER. j jl
Q. What is law ? acres, more or less. meridian. they are enabled to furnish their customers at prices October 13
: common Levied upon as the property of said defendant and proportionately low. TheirFlEADY 16.151. : l 4 4F 4t
A.-That which is most commonly used a. writ of fieri Fractional township one,north of" orbso Grant"
to be sold to sati fsid facias. Sale of Lot No. 50.
of six. .
men. B. C. WE'T. range [ R3ADS DLTN!]3Ma

: mong Q.-How is statute law divided ? ?'or. :. IS 17. 1C By Junl Ihu.Shprit. S. of Fractional ranze seven.township one.norlh of Forbes Grant" i Is of the best of material, and foinj manufactured WILL be, in sold the at Capitol public,auction for rash in, on front Saturdavr of my!

directly under the eve of Mr. Stillman. all 1
; A.-Into three volurves.f' Sections one, two eleven twelve thirteen, fourteen fear of shop-work i is thereby and the 20th layofNovetrher,194LOTNo. 50. in the<
i Sale first Monday in December. ,fifteen, twenty-two, t wenty.three,twenty-four ATTENTION pr.dude. person North wet quarter of Section thirty-one, T"wn-
rely article
an well .
may upon
Alleged Cure for Hydrophobia. Adine, virtue of a writ cf fieri facias, issued from twenly-f"e.twenty-six.twenty-seven,and the south purcbuine the article getin their ship of Ranee one. West. This rot wa! :
in Friule, a poor man suffering under the ag. B the Clerk's Office of the late Superior Court i fut of section twentv-eight in the former YOU are hereby notified to appear at your usa tadc. comprising( purchased by W. H. Wyatt Esq at the rrisinal salrof I

f' onizing tortures hydrophodia, was cured by for the Count of Gad den. Middle District of Florida Indian Reserve, the east fraction cf section thirty on Frida and Saturday,the FALL AVD WI\'ER STOCK' the lots in sit quarter !ftion. arId "sold under an
13th lOo'clock,A. M. armed and
draughts vinegar; him mistake in. ,wherein W. J. Hawkins is plintif.and Stokeley three in the same, and sections thirty-four thirty No\embr.at fully maybe* found the following: agreement with said Watt and Bielf.in accfrdancf
given by
Sad bun Uz Wood are I will expose five and thirty-sixin township one; sections twelve, equipped inspection and reiew. pursuant to orders Blk Ftench Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats Clack. with the conditions of the original .Ie. tot S
stead another potion. Another physician at for sale before the Court House door in the town of thirteen tw'enty-three, twenty-foOr., from Col. Spencer. Brown and Invi Green. Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa adjoins the lot and residence of Capt. A. E Harris

: Fiuda got intelligence of the'! event, and tried Quincy, on Monday,the Cth day of DCmberIS1. twenty-six, thirtyfive and thirty-six twenty.f\'e.townshiptwo WM. M. MAXWELL Lieut. Comd'g.Per Gotha, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy Col'd. Cassitner do. in French town. .

tie same remedy upon a patient at the hospi- the following described property, to M it : ; and section one, two, nine, ten, eleven and F. H. Fiacc, 1st Ser'gt. Pllnt. and Blanket Overcoats, &.C., Heavy Pilot BENJAMIN BTRD. 1

ttl, administering a pound of vinegar: in the One Negro woman named Iolly, and Mary her twelve, in township three, of range eight. October 30,1S47. 15 : Cloth Overcoat, and Cloaks of fine BlkT Treasurer and Commi'.iioner,.kc.Talaha.see 1
child. Sections and thirty-six in townshipsix and Blue Cloths Pantaloons of' Black French Cas. October 16. 1S47. 13
morning another at noon, and a third at sunset thirty-five i Regimental Order No. 13. sillier, Blk do.. fancy Plaid Check i. ,
Heretofore levied upon by the Marshal of the District of range twele. Ribbt Striped
and the man was speedily and perfectly of Middle Florida 3 the property of said defen. Fractional three, west of I Choctaw- I HEAD QUARTERS 5th REGIMLNT, F. M. > do.; also ,Sat melt aid Jeans do.& ..: VESTSof FALL-1847. 1 44L

cured.L dants and to be sold to satisfysaidwrit of fieri facias. hatchy river,"of range sixteen. I Quincy, October 26, 147.- ) Black and Farcv Satins, Striped and Plaid Silks T1C7E Vf are opening our stock, FALL GOODS ami 1

__. B. C. WET, Sheriff. Sections twenty-four twenty-five twenty-six PURSUANT to an (order from Brig. Gen. Allison, Velvets. Plaid Cahmeres *, Plaid Silk will! sell them low. !
NARR1CDInQainry November 5, 1S47. 16 thirty-five and thirty-six in township three of range I F. M. will be and appear in }fzurka.tc. & October BICHE. LDE BEIGER.
l th and l extensive assortment of Cloths. 1C./ !
seventeen. Quincy on Thursdaythe Friday,the IMh, !an o
on Wednesday evening October 27,by Sale Monday in December. Township three of range thirty. No\'embr next, at lu o'clock, A. M., armed and I Cassimer and Vesting nnmaufacture. consisting CAROLINA HOUSE

John M. Bryant Esquire )1r. EDMUND WARD to frs issued Lands appropriated by law for the use of school, e'uippe a the law directs, for review drill and in in pa't of: Superior Wool Dye i r
a writ of fieri atlas, from Cloths' do. do. do. do. English: QUINCY, FLORIDA.
UiIlIS.BELL.JOlCF.. all of Quincy. BY the Circuit Court the military or other purposes will be excluded from spection. The comris"iole and non-ommisione English Blue and L
Office of lor
-, Cl.r"1 the sales. officers of said willsmble Quincy Invisible Green, Wool Dye do.. Black Beaver and 1TE have leased for a term of years that
-- ----- County .Gadsden, MiddleCircuit of Florida wherein The offering of the land will be commenced 0 onTuoirday the IGth and Wednesday 17th November Castor do., French Black Cassimer?, do. Ribbed do. V i' large and commodious cstabHshmeet( .> .

City Hotel, Tallahassee. James Lanier l!plintif and John Wynn is defendant the days appointe.and proceed in the same order in! next at 10 o'cok. A. M. for preparatorydrill do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and formerly known as Arrustead's 10tel. and
,I have and will for sale
TVTOTICE., -I hare to inform my friends and the upon expose which ae with all convenient dispatch and instruction. ordlr of most fashionable styles; VESTING1Jof Blick and recently the Marshall House, have open
.1- patrons of this house that I hate leased it.and before the Court House door in the town of Quincy. until the whole have been and J. ERSKINE Colonel Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen for the reception of boarders and visitors on the.

that it will hereafter conducted by WILLIAM on Monday the 6h day of December, 1S17, the following the sales thus closed. fhal no sale "hal ofere.kept CHAS. S. SIBLKT, Adj't 5th Reg't. VelvetsCashrneresand: Valencia, Vesting of Rich I II inst. The orcmeietnes, nlMI Ih f1... .1.' ,J5t S

HEMINGWAY, EM", who has for many jearn been described slaves property. to wit about: of open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of October 30. 1 .t I: I I veirei lusn. &Co xc. thing shall be spared; on their part r receive and entertain
connected with tbe f first claw", Hotels at the North Negro ,a man 3 years age. any of the lands wi be admite until after the cx- ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF rn a proper manner all who may fte :
and and Walter a boy about IS years of age. Notice to favor them with their di'je .
recently Irom the American Hotel in New York. the of said defendant piration of the t\o wetk" Bankrupt Hats and Caps(Monterey)' ro. and Bleach'd. Cotton patronage. wi
Witving he will keep an excellent houe! ,and Le"if upon a property Given under hand at the City of furnished with the beat the market and
spare sold to satisfy said writ of fieri f acias.B. my Washington", VIRTUE of an Orc'er! of the District Court Linen and Cotton Shirts Underhirt. b adjacent
Do exertion or expense to make his guests comforta- C. WEST. this twenty-third day of October, Anno Domini one BY the United States, made at its Term in January Blk Silk Cravats, ; do. conntry can afford, and the bar with the choices .
w.I recommend tbe house lo my friends and the Sherif. thousand eight hundred and Iat Wines, Liquors and Cigar In short no exertion :
Nov. 5, 1S47. 1C By JAMES rortY.leen.1y 1847, ia Tallahassee, appointing me, the undersigned | do Lambs Wool and Angola *
public. THOMAS BROWN. D.S the President. ,Commissioner to examine and adjust th: Rich Fancy Satin and ; Undershirts, will be wanting to render their House one cf the I, F

A'wember" 1, 1S47. 16 Gm Monday in December. J.\ME K. POLK. account of I T. BIRCHETT, General Assignee in Plain do Scarfs, ;Brown Cotton and Cotton-' very best in the Stale for comfort cOlveielce and '

Salcfs RICHARD }YOUNG Hankrt"y.1 bin the examination of said ac- Jenny Lind Hhks.Blk. 1 ade Drawer., good living. $ .5 Iii
CITY HOTEL BY writ of fieri arias, issued from Cci.it the General Land Office. counts wil City on WEDNESDAY,the .White and Col'd Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders MCILL.-N & EIZ ELL. I

Clerk' Office of the Circuit Court for the 10th of b and wi continue if from doV fo Gloves. {Merino and Cotton Half! Qninrv. October IC', 1S47. 13 3mSheriff's

I County of Jackson Western Circuit of Florida NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CL.\IMArT day fovmbr. each of the estates for Hose,

wherein Daniel Cook is plaintiffand Reuben Scott is Every person entitled to the pre-emption which said. Birchett aced I Assignee hall have Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas Sale.
will righ Money virtue of writ of fieri facias issued
JiW& defendant I have levied, upon and expose for net a (rem the
lands within BY
to the limits
any townships and been''duly! adjusted. ,is HEREBT GIVEN to Shoulder Braces &c. :
sale before the Court-House door, in the town of &c.CLARK !office of the Circuit Court for the cuun-
parts of townships above enum.rted. i is required to all in the settlement of raid acCounts i,
the ilh of December, 1S47, persons STILLMAN. ty of Leon.Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein the
Quincy on Monday the at the time and
the before
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. establish same to satisfaction of the Registerand to attend me place October. lS4 1.
Bank of i is Ia id
the following described property to wit : negro Receiver of the Land Office, and mentioned,and make known their objections, if any Union Forid. rlaintit.anc Robertson -
'IN the management of this Hotel the undersigned laves Dick Fields,and Spencer. mak is leif upon, "ill f jposVfor"
Jef. payment therefor a* soon practicable after, they bay,. A. E. MAXWELL Com'r. ic.
.1. will his best exertions to and Partnership Notice. vale, before the C door in (he
use please his guests upon a the property of said defendant this notice and before the day appointed for the commencement Oct. 30, IM7. 15 2w *! city cf
He ask the public for their pztronage. to be sold to satisfy said writ of lien faca. of the public sale of the l lands, embracing Talabu.ee. have into copartnership Tallahassee) on Monday. the Cth day of December

WILLIAM HEMINGWAY. B. C. the tract claimed; otherwise such claim will Sheriffs Sale THE ,nderigP and .ntere GROSSMAVER. next, within legal hoar, the following- describe! &
November lt. 1S47. 1C/ Cm JtMEiIhItED.S. to wit.: :
5,1847. 1C By forfeited virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the GOODMAN, for the transaction a Genera Dry proprly.S W n '
4Sec 31. N
Herald St. Augustine; Gazette, Newport; BY Good and Bujines 'r' 1 I. and W.; j
AdvertiwApalachicr laand Democrat and Gazette, Sale in YOUNG '. office of the Circuit Court for Hamilton Grocery TaTbJan of N E 4.S 27, T I. Sf N andW.

rensacola, will please publish\ and send bills lo the frs.Uondy Dcctmb.By Conniasioner ef the Grrral1n,1 Office. County Middle Circuit of Florida wherein WilliamB. Levied upon a:the property otsaiddefen.lanfaud
: of Len facias, issu>d from November 6,
"otel for : IS4. tr Cooper is plaintiff, and Thomas Smith is defen. to void to satisfy said writ o f fieri focus.
pa)ment.GEORGIA b
OrtoSer .
theCountyofGadsdenMidde 20 23 1847. 14
Clerk's Court for
Office r>f the Circuit [ ]
have levied and will
-- dant for sale
Dissolution of upon expose A. A. FISHEIT, Sheriff.
HOUSE Circuit of Forida.wherein I belore the Court House door in the town of Jasper October 2f, 1S47 11Sheriff'
David H. Smihwick is plaintif. Gil. TiE partnership heretofore existing between Da. on the first Monday in December next,the following NEW GOODS. .
.1 :
Christ and Newel E :: are .. I have &Lynch expired by limitation this day.- deribiand. to wit: undersigned have just received* by the latest I,
levied upon and expose for sale before the Court. All those claims the firm,will THE ** Sale.
having against present 4 of the North West \ of from New York and are now opening,
aTA.LLAHASSEE: House door, in tbe town of Quincy'on Monday, tbe them to either membr of the fr. and all those indebted 34, of Township 2, of Range 13, North and Est.SliO a full and.splendid assortment of FANCY and DOMESTIC Tt Y virtue of a writ of fieri facia, i issuer frtra fh .

6th day of De mbr. 1&7. the following described thereto please : payment to either -Levied upon.the property of said dt nant. DRY GOODS CLOTHING' BOOTS ANDfHO J3 ChrrkVoffice of the Circuit Comt for the ronnliff

prOrt!,to wit MeMrs Damon or Lynch who are authorized to settle to be sold. to satisfy said writ of fieri facia. JEWELRY.HARDWARE, GROCERIES Leon. Middle Circuit ot Florida whertln the

FLORIDA. Horse Waggon and Gar. and a mnle. the business of the firm. JOSIAH T. BAISDEN Sheriff. .. to all of which they call the attention of. Union Bank of Florida i i. plaintiff,and James F.Tfofjie" .-

THtbdenigned hare taken the house lately oc.it Levied on a. the property said defenanti. DAMON Jt LYNCH. October 22, 1847.- 15 "citizens of Tallahassee vicinity. They have i defendant*1 have wvifd upon, an will
and to be told to satisfy said writ of fieri Tallahassee, October 30. 1847. etpone s 'ei befofe the Court Hone
in the
'PWdby Mr. J.L. DEMILLY and having put fcu. opened the tore recently occupied by J. R. FOE- "
&a b order, are prepared to accommodate B. C. WE. :Sheriff's. Sale. TUNE in the Phcenix BlldDp. and incite all pet. city ef TaHabesw. on Mofay.tbe 6th day of December
Nor. S, 1347. 16 By D. Cabinet next,within .
S Making1. &.C. 'an son wishing to and examine their lel drtcrtbed :
monthly boarders.at thefollowintr;rates: T>Y virtue ef eleeition issued out of the JnsJD purCbas following
DtlM Lodging per month t20 00 0.PARTNERSHIP.-Tbe undersigned barn associated tiers Court of the 2nd District of Hamilton stork before purchasing elsewhere, as they oelieve' property,to : .
)114 vfthoat Lodging per month, 15 00 Sale jut Monday in December. i \J themselre together from this date ,County wherein James Duncan is plaintiff and Sm they are not surpassed lan,other merchant in tbe I I North W i of &tiol1.T 3, R 1, N an E

I ? hi Bone per day 825 virtue of a writ of fri facias, issued from the two .hop will b united, and an business conducted uel R. John n i i. defendant, the Constable of place, either in the or cheapness o their of S E 17T3R1.

'S peraight I 30 BY Clsrk's Office of Court for theCoontyofGsdsdenMiddleCircDit are District has levied upon the following described Good*. EJofSW4 1.T 3. R I. I .
Home o VINGFIOE. Ty E i of S W ef
4 .
fwd GrTOSSMAtEH 17.T2.R 2 N El-
t per month 15 00 onorida.where prepare to do all line, land to wit: !GODM.U Slot al
50CieDtI each-Lodging 371 CCI1t.nr .. in William Williams is plintif and Stockly Sad. fdelity and despatch,and.on.reasonable f terms The Sooth West | of North Es 4 of Section 23: October 23, 1841. 1 WJofSE4 rt 1.T 1. 2.

-; fOOIJI art as large and comfortable and bury, Uz \o. and JnH McC.I. are defendants, I for cah approve aclnc as any workmen in in of Range 13, Also, EioTNWI 17.T2.R2i :
t* *.*, w.tl furnished u my in the city. Their have upon an wi expose for vale,before the the country. cDtinued patronage o be pub. the North East 4 of the Sooth West 4 of Section 25, Dr.3* H. Scales, NW4ofSE4"VT2.RO WofNE4 17.T3.R3r *I

Wi iiLr1'11* supplied with the best that ran Curt.Hos door town of Quincy, on Mon. lic u most respectfully 1cted Township 1, Range 13,North and East. SDRGtGON DENTISt. ,
.**..*... j ia this market and l nothing shall be day of Dmbr. 1847, the following. E. !. Now in pftrna&ca of the law in such can mad his old Rooms at 1. L. Demi- SE4ofS\Vi Levied the 8.,T R ; "-

fuIt c;thejy part which can contribute to the described property, GERARD VNGEHO and provided, "i Up for vale before tk CourtHouse WILL b rou f Hou.'dGri the fall and win to sold opn'. s4t1wT111 operty of J.li defendant,anrf
their flatter themselves Three Boilers. Tallahassee, November 6. door,ia first If on- b '- il.
that" C1ts. They Sept IS4. I. lur.o tb tef months,unlew when professionalt engaged.Dr. .- A. A. FISHCK. Sheriff.
la tbi- city will be ble to afford bet. the property of Stockly Sadbory, day in next, the above received
.-,0CIIf L.ie wptm & Deb wihin S. having jot a large aapply null kind October 2, fS4f. 1 1ITISTAIlS '
a'r-=_ orable accommodation. Members O o defendant, and to b told to satisfy N Xee. as the property of said of material appertaining to his profession is now
are invited tn call.fc writ facias. I defendant, and to be sold said execution. f BALSAM OF WILD
-Q rive the a 0 6r : f\ CAE KE8 Linseys 1 ary prepared to perform any operotion with neatness an* CHERY. ref
kaLDAFIN TAYL01' P itto. B C. WEST. Sheriff 1U 1u and for sale bySep. JOSIAH B.\SE., SWtilV despatch on the moat plant/ W sale by. ,

18 Ner $, lS47. 1* ByiaazssHnxzD.S. ., 1S47. 9 LLOYD .FLAfiG. October 21. 1841. October 16,184t. .pOe February 201.847., 3t c AD



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i t Goods Genileffle&a' wuith'lUW
''ThTiAiAniucFORTHE fb* Wear.
Black,and Blue Black Broadcloth Fancy 0" TIm nnJrTJI
Silk Velvet Rich Satin Silvered f'e
tift.f"IIti Vetincs.
: IIQwE1. : IU.IliGEXJ:1n. OF THE SYSTEM Vesting Rich Fancy Colored .Satia Cravats, ageneral UNITED STATES
: : fir tttrtaic Biseaies of Ibe 8r,11111c1 Limh. HABIT assortment of gentle men's Boots and Shoes REPORTER
I' DR. T700DRUFFS DYSENTKRY CORDIAL VIZ: Hats and Caps; also, a large stock cf ready made DAiLY .lot'JUrAL or OI'IU.OT,
: : '. fcr Diarrhtra, Dysentery. Cholera Morbu., 5 : 1 _) claw Hypertrophy in- Cholera Infantutc. and Summer Complaintf Child Taflahass to Macon. ErKtioi,PinyPtululn on Me S. F. : EY. -

1! Eli Tariably be dirtin aisbed by the If.Wan fare, Blott\tt, Bile$. CMmic ffre Eyes. Ring THE subscriber i. now enabled to
nrMtt ittforty-trr* ItItIN.f reM TaUttt Sept ember 25, IS47. 10 aaaoaat- rw
:, ":pain which is prodoced br' pres- Fr** 11 H:: irMard, late V. S. Mlnltter. Bflfittm. anJttt C\arlest ia three dtyi II Wm or Teller Scald Head Ettarf extent and d hinrnr eatsforib *
'.. 9.3re on the jandiossof the spi- >n, Stubborn L7rrr.. meat eta well! 2"t
Pain ( the Rents and Joints organized aDd irdep
in tint to tale tl"ail Boatt ct'arH 1/ Negro Clothing.:
l f\: I i ul l nerves in the intenertcbral Pr. nt-M" :-M? Deer Sir -A Few dais fypMlitif Symptem. Sriatite or Lumbago, anJJiita. .New at the Sl of the General ti nZS *
01. alon-: each tute rf the it-ceivetTthe C':, which .\ tkefetirlh day.'T'HE PIECES Kerseys. 50 do. Plain. 20 do. Lin- Tbe
were leadmj fearore.
since I yc* go. Tallahassee Mondavj, . ; .to natter what Dime may enouch to enl me Having nerd the article, I do J.rednedavs.Sta..111 leave o'd.ock.OT .\. M.. ,ieitf or Dropsy.Jirp.ctire or Jatpruiitnte S eyg.:bales Lowell Osrraburg..5\ FY1oia d and Fridays, at 4
been the taalady byVI bales Domestic S do.7-S Domestic 5 d 3-4
: I iban piveito not hesitate t> pro'Visce it a.most valuable medicine. New- in Lift. .Uto. Chrome Conftti&ional Duorden. 5 4-4 <* I. Early JntelK(fnee oOf
and arrive in Macoa(cia Quinry.Eainb i4<. mooemtnU of*,
!!.n 1.r-15rl. or other Indeed, for such afectiftn e-t the bowels as do10 bales Negro blankets. S cases Negro shoes, ri.us Department* the ?**
is combination hitherto un- Cftmra.ia -l
I >f : writers. The pain thasA we sotretitrc utVr with in. the Scuth I know nothing ten Albany, Americus and Perry on Tuesday fillS' rreparztitn a wool hats and caps. Just received and for sale by to Domestic affair and to the /"erear*
o'clock. P. M.in the Medicine differiriz entirely Fornp
: history
and &t 10 wn in JWaI
lef Thnrsdays _
will b* niore rr S F. BCRNEY. I the "
'j a! tit e:nal to it. tie in its character and "from the various country will be given with
time fur for & 'Inal1. Leavin Macon rnM operttion knrp1J1oat
F'rroJiI ,according to the intensity would have cf car ; September 25, 1547. 10 I P JC'SS
; g- Mv iriefM,l't-1. SciSorr. Jones part I of Sam ullla which hare beenat ( n? peculiar facilities for
tndarednr and 4 o'clock. A preparations
its actj..f'C'f' < *< lT1. Friday at : sbtaisjg i"
_. diete. or it: the rcrojiader I h)ve lad a.ide for tier when I Ituav It Uon. the Reoori. .r.-n i._ __L'_ I
S state at the time. Pres- M..and arriving in TalUhee on Tuel uc. Th"r diCVrent times offered to tbe public. acts specifically Hardware.TRITANN1A commln iveq.
: passive nerd flesr.eetfIT. cat ;
: c= the jar.tlicns nut above it. diand R 'ordj'., it 10 o'clock P. M This line upon the whole system, thereby bricsinfc it uf'"yij.bllli -
5=-first-cerv.cal verteSrr.tore oa indicated in the annexed .U.\RY W. HILLIARD. connect! with the Central Rail RoadS vaEnah, Aufftifa. I under its direct and immediate inflnence. Alt honjj Coffee Urns,Britannia Tea and CofD important. character.II. .

"l j the tuberculardieas t Millmlretillc:. and Western: BaR R ad to Coltn possessed of powerful fiealing eSects, yet i it i is eatirelj fee Pets, do. Candlesticks do. Lamps, Fire The rerlati o 'Ptwmli1lp.
eDgravincbv No. I.determines Prn Benjamin GcrJx'r Editor / the Fou&ern Fender with brass knob. Fran Fire Dogs Shovel Drort, ITwWsSr,
i that it the most del- Snee
Head and Praia, 111f"'lt. F eor Ears : on tbe >h-s. r.;. It lo connects with thi Mail Line l barraless. so canact injure "iIC' .
the > i,
1 I that the bICH.I J intrr Lsmbs : i'kitM'waWa...f/o. : fiwn Quincy to Chattaboocbie and thre to Apal irate constitution. When in perfect health, r.o effect and Tone.Blackraith's Bellows and Tools Carpenters proprietor hound toftrrmsb daily to t1aa bcd7
No. S, (J accordance i.
snace I with
; ANOTHER LIFE SAVED BY THE CORDIAL. increase cf Too!?. ar.d other Hardware of every description. tie tents of the
"a the No3. that of the LU-.Z; on the spaceNo l f hicola. Pi<"eprcr, ran en from Ttllihassre to i is produced by use except an appetite the close .t the J toDfhc1 r. at
4, that space o! the S;"sjach; en the space N<15. tha! I Aftrr Phyrieion't 4-ill1.a.1 failed ti ontfjii.Dr. (V: rab is in firre &hu. and but one nis>.t will be ; bu "hen disease i is seated ia the frame and Jest received and for sale by S. FBURNEY.September ranements Jut W'ticfI Coorfft TM..
J E I the road bvvteen T lbha. 'oe ar.d M con. carrin list t its victim along the path rf life then 5. H47. 10_ new nude' w Il al one(,,j:
of the Liv<-r, ad at the I Letter A.th.1 ollb rl : IF., >-Dear -'ir-l tikecreat pleasure otnt OT Senate of the United Hnttl.the
I that of Il.. SnU Intf'ftb'il on the cfc.ur Cordial The public rft a*"ir"!that every attention will it, rnrriou ir.dnence! i is felt and seen ; it enkindles: Stat' al.l authentic sri
\11 the ..i'1rt'. C. : in tfftilyia; to cacy Dy nler\ I may I' 6 New Buggies and Harnesses. plete record ol i'l c-
thee3ace No. 7tbtc'fthe KiJteye: 00 theeaee fmra te>tirf isirtuo; tiewnIamiIMrs.. he rail to tie cc.for: of those who n.ay patrocizci new life end vigor and brings health and strength i iI enlar5ej: aw 10 ct.e JlHple-.t!
: : Jtu1i1
I II. t \0. '.tha: of .b tlf'n:.. and \11 thf' ?Ire No. P'I I Gardner was 1.1 sarnmer not i..lf'nr\: attacked i, Ibis Line. I to.the sufFering and diseased. I Ii 3 FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with H rnes, riefie.. SusCily and ree--th. benrdt fA the .
TRUTH STRANGER FICTION. Lrr 3 do. Pncjsje* (withcct tops) ard Harness, sta.t'Ir.<SL
FARE: is THA d that
that of the Teste !.. w ith thaI! d-sca-e.an> alter ill eminent medico shill i which hue ? bc411e
1 I I %.$? V i ) to FACT SPEAK von THEqsrLvs.-The follow. Just received and for sale low for cash.at the St"reot ty "n looked with
It i is no mitter whchertea3ereeeb? found in one i had tei n hitScd M it; etllrt to remove the disease FromT .! riawe to Q'iir : r.iinbriJpe. I THE K'lfcl 8ClooIOCII R4 no
: ; rr more plarrs,or whether one cr more of the oriins or atWi re'.ief.! and arprelensions began to be felt by So; to Alba?.. ft Land to >f>con, f22. inc crrtiGcile is only another link in the great chainof Sep I .IS-I;. 9 J. R. FORTUNE. 1M TPprd.I J'7 r
curative ce.utderfle :I WRIGHT t < \\\VVER rr -rittrrs.r. testimony t to its merits. Let the afflicted read and aedigs eM Man 1M
the s.
I cr limb be dei i ue of these remedies proceed in en* and all of the ;I lie intei.e sony in which she t\as l laSorirrl: I JOHN M V-'f :. ..Azent.Ic convinced.. What it has done once it will doa Rifles and hot-Guns. impartiality. and tLe will also be given wits. '. .

diseased! organs aJ limb* it the nee time. To determine j i I hal) rATAur-k1 to sour invaluable Cordial and before ,- O'F.re at the PlanTn's: Hot*!. TU.lhse"f'-C. ain.. ASSORTED l qualities, sizes and pric*"*.j jnst re- da,'. Ie-t't'rd win 1w uta ,t prctep. ad

the necessity cf tlese reiaedie it i ic nly ;I she had taken on* b tllr out, rf'lie.as obtained; U BAILEY.I Asfnt; at Mi :A TIIA\S.in Quincy.: CHAKI.CSTOWX, Mass., Sept. 23d, ISIS.. for sale by S. F. BCRNET. : i3 the Reponer"aeit c pk'.llll1ace apt aJ:4 appar

necessary to detect the UDcernes cf the pnclia. in ,:, and alter takinc two WIC entirely cured. I feel sure July IT. 1S4T. V2 This may certify that 1'I.. now a, ed seventeenhas September IS 17. 10 nI Synttptktll Firm mora .

anv of the intervenel'ril $paces on either side of the 'hat I itn indebted to i' for ner life. You can use --- -- -- been for ten years afHicted with the scrofulous: DtH.tt fI the Side .f ProcHfhw'p II

.pi e. These remedies invariably i cure every case this .* \.u m-jy ce rr-'per- Notice.QIX hunor. At the age of seven years be had the measles Willow and Wooden Ware. larly given- Member, of 'lkts.ifl be t .,.

ia the first !taI of the di ea #, and a crest minority Eutauh.Juiy 13, l>41. BENJ. GARDNER. months after kte, I shall present inc accounts which probably caused this humor to cake its appearance TNFANTS*Carriases do. Chairs Cedar Tubs,brass reader will thus be kept Cooped &lid aU cWee.

of the in the li.t. i3clulI f tuSf rcuia co-wuiaptioa I O and vouchers to the lion. Jod e of Probate in in a most singular way, covering his body i. bound Pails well Buckets Sugar Boilers. Scrub ( of Dcr.etjc fullyandarcied iylttmdinllt ia-

and white seltRZ! *. Incipient cona:ptioa i isfrequentlv |I IVonns Wores! "rell !)! and for the ('o'ntV of Person. and apply for a dis-II I from his bead In his feet with sinai! tamors.: I con- Brooms. Hearth Brushes &.C.. ic., a croeral assort' United SstesV. UgisbiioD it aU tectiftl ofte

detect! by thH f symptoms. even before the ] WORM SPECIFIC is a safe chart AdTrinistritcr d* hem;, won cf the estate ; suited a Doctor of' Medicine and be examined him sent, just received and Icr sale EfUbdtlli
I li.
coi'h'comnieacc*. There is no other remedy for | DR."OODr.t"FF'S: fee Wcrms. Tft'il.1 of Evtrett White,late oi saId: Count. d 4 tntai
the di eaw.i is well known to every physician. The i I best.d the cheapest. T. EEATTY.o i caff ad vi.l me to consult Dr. Rosen o! New York. September 25, IS 17. 10) wit: becommcnicated D&Il Fr
remedies are perfertiy safe fcr person of al: aw and> good S as the Ie chetp s )lor.ti Jay; r. 1-"4T. :Vi f.ci I I I then bein? a resident of that c'itfrrr a Ior.: every steamer froarJ r
: cfdiet that I Ief CERTIFICATES. I and critical Leon Male and Female throuzh reporter ia Loadon asd Parit,wfe Bu2L
ton ( *. and require nt cha'T2e esccpt I examination having wore thin thirty Academy,
I ceitify tbar I Dr. Woodruff's Specific to a peculiar facilities for
xl. For sale by pave M. D. cthttr medical centlemen with him the time". obtaining: isfarcutJoB.
of PAPY. at
to '| same
supply -
child ol tame,and in a sbcit time it hrcujht avra 200 VI. The GnJu J .\ s ftM
MILE"* NAMi i he f'roJ'utcit Scrofula King's Evil. The DeJwWp.-
I At the Pot Office. Tal'a"as."N'. Fa. Wo.rr JOSEPH SHIPPEY- : r J W I!.i chiM was thon prescribed 'lor,cr and commenced takintS in a condensed form with industry arid a.'t.j_
Mu-nTo-ee CcurtCeera, 1 40. exercises of.this institution' will b. resumed I Such i. a brief view of
t.vnIct, 41 im"r I 'TILL Practice in all!: the Court* ia-" Middle! tndical dru;, from that tinie. H. crew worse until THE the first in October. I, what the -rit. Stat,
'-'-- Monday r"is :
: _ ______ __-_______ I di cprfy: thiJ 3drir.tered- I. a member of my ? Y Circuit. Ojc "n the first floor of the Capiitrl j i June of bJ;. and then his bones became affected in Rev WILLIAM NEIL, .. M.. Principal of! the nDl/Mnenfs have desired been well to be.:AU'Ae.phaa.LcLk
i "
a South win:. roor.'ritrI cupnd by tee i i consueD of the meteor! t'.iat: had been given him. the
Pr n'o-bul1-f! Worm SjTCtScaod it brought Male School. confident! cherished
family that tbe -
and ar.othercLe. it j; Secretary of the Te-rritori' i I I.A piece I'! bone caae away from his cnder-jaw in Mrs ILlZ.A.. NEIL Principal of tbe Female I I ir elf? |J S.Reporir"a !
eure one
away wnr-c : n cjmy prove an energetic, ia< (riclil. uS
I : November 1... 1... 17 I the first place as large a* in fj'Uh wacut, a piece cxM
"r n.-ern wnn rn d f 7Vni or Tare Worm.I School. perfectly independent
; jcnraal. It wjll haWa/wrr
1VbiteseirGa. liW. JOHN LITTLE.. .I .JOII l RskiNE:- frcm his ft-rfheid as &iaigeasa: sixpence, and a piece The Principils: have associated with them 'lews-no political bias. Tie 12
from the d his head. It then frnpDf1cr. W
near crown went to I .
1 I ATTORNEY .\ T LAW I the back and sid, and discharged in three places.From .- Mr. JOHN B. G. LnR.ITH.s'Ii'bnt Teacher term of his contract with the Senate of(&, tj,2
: I certify: : that I cave Dr. wxJrufi's Specific to a Cot JOHN B. DF.CORCE. Teacher of the French States is bound to the condition that
; negro !v>y .,!1)4" .m.vi in bad l)aith. It brought away Qutncy. florida therce tl one of h:' limbs, separatinz, in consequence I Lan2uar, and shall contain no political disciusions -tie patter!
GREAT ARRIVAL i attend the Jo-tiers' Courts r f Gadsdeaj '' of the ulceration, the nsuscles and cord Mr H. H. ERO\\ eicn* 1M de-
i *mteYelV} y .Cts. Tt.e boy oon recovered WILL .Teacher of Music.In bates.It will be a vehicle cf
SO BnslicU, or 25.OOO Boxes ofPr.Gordon's i Li> Leai'b THOMAS; EOYD.CO.lCC:1'ty.G1.Jlltn I : .: '. the Circuit Court of Middl-: Florida. ;I I from the bones of tbe ankle joint on the back part.- I these Schools will be taugbt the usual branches Ran of any set cf ttpi .icu. The 1tc l w-
and the Court.- !:he Counties of Georgia. He hid it one time fifteen rucnir.; sores or issue grand aJn if tfc*
aJjicent cf Classical Mathematical education.In I
147.tO a English subscriber is
Family Pills j:|I J Noverr.t .'. l 1"ti IS tfj frcm the clar.sof the throat and those places: I have I the Female School. Latin. Freich. and Music I a faithful and to establish,at the Seat of Cevmroest
I incr.tiar.ed. In ia prompt reporter all tertsW biefli"jence
aaJ For sale Lewi i Are, Sole Arents. Tal-! j ,tr: nt"f'1 Cf p'. I IS40,1 ro.lfm.urb..11. will be considered extra at tbe charge of the
vast aaJ iacnasia demaul for this cew ,. by I -a retponnMe nll.*a wkki de
and be attacked with Rheumatic which
I was a Fever I MLtieiaa
THE celebrated ncd.cine, asd tLe r.umertHi '. 1ab --': a-.". by the I illcwirg per or,," R. Manain3 T5.' 0 VPT?; I tive teachers.Should resrec-I the business man. tbe cana/actBrer.tfc
I 3s I settled in one of bis hips wbich swelled large aethaaic
as as I ,
the :: Leon J B. Beard. P ,I. Micco- I j --1. W t-ik L. .. the number cf pupils increase and
CounT nie C interested
: cures they are daily eT.-ctn! ; ;. 1:1: :.1 portions 01 : I three of the other. Being under Medical treatment, I every cue in the afaip of Cntress
okie. I. CC 1'Y S F- Eurn \. Miccoookie i ?justify it, further competent additional assistancewill and the Government
where rave r4ei introduced, of Dyspe s e a ; : t PKALKKS I.Xj I I may relv at all tlrs wki
c asty trey they give him laudancn until he lost bis reason.S .- im
?jjj Liver l'Jru: ;!*. **>d Bi llh.! >u* Diseases. |I: Samuel Pulfstoi.! Drngcist. Msiticello. : James Hine. I DRUGS. MEDICINES) PAINTS, OIL Then I became alarmed and sent fcr a Tbomsoniaa. be procured. I plicit confidence-
with their well kno.va attendant S.ck Headache !I IA.c..hu I I Quincy: Joshua! Divi-.(.f G13cdt'"I County : D. Baker .S Terns ic., a< usual. i It is believed that be esrahlishsect of
: 'Toilet Hi* medicine helped his Lip and resored bis a rolicllejovriioJef -
P. M.. ('b'ttahxhie and Wn. Pow'trs Merchant. Artirlrs, Perfumery, It.. \ o'if Ghus ; reason. Tallahassee, September 15, 1M7. 9 et
iadued the nsJersicasd to caV t arraa.e- :; : I' The third time be was attacked wiib thai (ever in Intelligence, ca terns which zJac*

nnt4 to receii hi*tock direct fri the picprietcr. ,, Mirianra. I r VIXTtB' BRf"HE' AJtP CO1X<>, j I -U. when hearing Dr. Sand Sar$2parilla and New Flour. itwit..inthereachr.f t.tegrear caiKs U tie re*.
asJ would to their: scmrroac>i-: >ir.er>.that tbj ;; Aar- U. '"47. 4 p.e, at the commencement tf what prcsin
!y Apotlicrarips Glass Ware, 4(. ,:tcinf perfectly! sati.!ed that all other medicines bad te W %
are rrrf\ul.fto *'J?:>*} tbeia wholesale aaJ retail at j tailed of erTwticz 1 a.d six BARRELS and 20 half Barrel-, i nest inttitfi'iKE aid eventfol period ia tie himcry-
Polka Slippers. j; a\f' C-'-.$:3r.:!: nn har.J and fur sile: at :Le : a cure. sent procured t- 0 0
New Yoik I j i THE inarketriees.. : tlc and by the time be Lad ti eu it all I considered Jast received ard for nle by CoRcrrnsiocal pr? f'edjn?, will be rtnrded vita
rueTiW1 \ M. TURNER. Savanaah.Alarzet
and lively; olcr: to bis face and fron
We have received b\ late arrivals: larce additional case lip*-
and If* Vile. at ?-*.(cent r E-f bi\.w ith fllll.1rt't"ilN'*. New Orlran: *!> *iv 'Jppf'H.f! Druieiierue,and C/.m rcs,whi"h, that :ice till the Fall of 1S44, bit ccmplaots never Fresh Groceries. solicits a liberal acd general Upper huD tW caliglhcced -
LEWIS .un:,. MILES NASH,and EDWARD'R. ; B'RCHETT 4. L1NDENBERGER. public cf tbe United Srate
by trccbrd him.t that tine be became deaf which; HERRINGS Shad Mackerel
!, toetber with most cl the popular remedies, I II .
\ .S.\R[. Ta-.i :awee. r.andoa ea:urry wili :\ Ausr Cs, 1". '. f patent | SCALED I JAMES A. HOUSTON
: } render our i-."'trr.erst I ihe! largest and cost varied i in i ii continued until lz>t March when his right eya became and Water Cracker?,
be loj J iii tbe towns a&J villages in't&e'5.'uth Slenfgrsptrr t.tht Senate./&' U. I.
i '!_. ta For Sale. i the SU'e.11 d which we efcr at the lowest cash afected! : from tr.it to the left e\ecoveri"rt the' Crushed, Powdered. Loif. and P. It Scgar, 03Tbe United
J !.! .*. -- ----- States Repcrter" will be
B.39 ic'. [ sight of the eye I j that be wss in a great ceifsr Linseed, Whale and S 'erm Oil.Stewart's pmUed
MlV *. I*!' .2 <0 : wfll-V-T-wn-ard: fertile;: tract cf Land in Co- pi cfsi i ht.I I r____.. _.I r__ D.;.;__ on a Urz aDd baacscise sheet and issued rrrrra
THE i Jul 2-s 1<4* I LEWIS It A YFS.I : deprived "
--- -- -- -- i :!I tVunty, E.at Florida, kr.cwn a' Charles'i i I I Kiowis that Sand" Sarsapariila was the oily I : Double ; sed Syrup, rniag. eicept Suodajs, at the rate oi $6 per aaaua. -

i Ferry. t cr.taiaii-.c cne hndre.Aacrcscflacd ceared.S : I Peters' Veselable Pills. I! medicine i that bad; ever done him any cord, I applied do. Caadies _
ci and at tis! tint :r. a f.r.e state fcr coltivaticn. with ,! to Mr. Fowle, -Apothecary Boston lor C
ali j th n* f'i4a'T building ('.r the cr-tsfcrt cf the I Truth is ml.htnd in this caa has '; h.s tiktn fifteen diilirs: worth which Li recsed 1>. .. o LLOYD & FLAGO. .ctd itom the same establishment

j tinner such as' Dwel'ir. Ilcu c, Kitchen MeatS Prerailrd | the burner from bit eyes and Leinnz arid be now : THE MIRROR OF CONGRESS.This

: H"uSo'. Store ROTH, with all!! -.ther hnildircs;! (rr the flETERS' PILLS have from the 5nt been a favorite I, appears tf be cored, it.l radically: so. I verily be i Fall and Winter Goods. publication will contain exclusively tW Bs

j t u'e of .:" b ju e*. Alt! good SJable and Cribs, -L :f'lcine in the South, but tow their consurap-! hen all this latter trouble! mizht have been avci-le- i JUST RECEIVED (rem New York by Brig Henry ports of the Proceedings and Debates cf tbe Cocrrrss

!: and a rOod terry Fl.t, all: cf hich I will! wli ]low for lion confined to to section ID the North, the ::1 i if I bad continued thncoozly the use of the Sarsapa J Buck a bite assortment of of the United States. It will be iscoed 1fJr.--eek11.

success cf the** Pie ia earing in a few : cash. P(ron* w.shin: to rurcba
THE where t'.l othe remedies: have failed i ar.d call aad eiinnae for t ..tCl.hH.mmcc.3 I in Europe. South Aicerica. ia: and the West In- ]j,I These are the simple statements of the frets of the Groceries: Hardware I Wood and Willow Wars ConsrewZ arid will be furnished to subscribers at Ik.

that tno, in cases ci twelve .ai eichteen rnanth: .' CHARLES. dies i they ire known and appreciated. The demand !: case, and I feel it my duty to make those facts known rate of Tare Dollar for toe iocc session and Caw

; staadiag-warrant* the a.erti n. that if taken ac : CJtanbB*. F,.. Anzrwt 21. 1S17. i'm for then has no parallel the annals of nedicice, i i to the public for the benefit of those who may be Boots Rope aDd and Barging Shoes. j I j Nails and Boilers Iron,4-c. Ac. Dollar fcqrbe short 1f'ft 0IL It believed tkat tiis

1. : ; cording to the directions, they are a certain t"'Jrl"- Billiard ad it may be ad cf their ad1Y.:1lt'50I i afuicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the For sale bv Sugar treat national work will be deeaed indispenablia

ii'i A loIii! cf cer i5caTe* in fro of their infallibility : -i Bar and Room. .. The cry is still flies ceme :** I'I cure ha* been effected solely! from the effect of this e t. 1.1S47. 9 LLOYD & FLAGG. tbe library of every public instirotion. tiria..wI

inicHt be added but tee '{* tbe dvrectioas i j MONTICELLO FLORIDA. la all disease of the $toe.th. the abdominal vi- invaluable] cedicine. ; professional can tbrcozbcat the nanette; u4 that

are deemed fufficieat Try then acd be convinced : uacers-.caed: respectfully;l infcrcs his friend: err, the lner.or the systcn ceneralb: their iitern-1: HANNAH W. BECK. 22S Main It. Blankets. it will be regarded by the peat maw cl'tfce pe pl a

that tbey are the mast ef.-ctual 1 ceraic, and the :i THE d the j-ubiic tbt i.e hu opened JI EAR ANDS ative atd tonic properties actinz upon the corstitu-1 I 5ir7"ot.. Boston, Octtr 13. 1* 5-Then persunally NEGRO BLANKETS. as the very best political text bock for their owa isstructionaud -

very bet retae-Jy ev'r of.er.* te tie pub'.ic to iccre BILLIARD! ROOM) in Mot.ticello, on t.V V.'est side ent properties of the Mood: mil produce an itr.ciediat -i appeared the above named Hannah W. Btck 4tUU Af\f\ iO pairs bed Blanket, (assorted) that cf their children.

a peraazeLt and )a.ti!; cure. cf the i'jSijcs'jare.;; for "betr accrmnxxJatina. and.oliciuiheir chance and e"t'ntuah! perform a radical ctre- ; and nad. solemn oath that tbe above certificate, bt sale
Just ia store and for bv
I I B. GG'* STOKE. Lnwde Co., Ala., 7 patroaace BILLIARD. TABLE i* TESTIMONIALS. ; hei- subscribed, and statements therein contained. &p..lS.1S9 LLOYD & FLAGO. IMPORTANT ANXOLTfCEifENT.Thrcozhcct
>,>. !545. Extract ct a letter from Dr. Wair.es of rhi adelpt. -j are tr-e. Befrrene, _
April J I one ui tif' aust aprrcved pitt. in. aid i ioj in eict-ller.t:! the se sian cf Cooprrss Extra wiH
Dr. G. A" TWrr.--Dear Sir :-This nay certify i order. His BAR i* rtorec seth the be#' IfTwe*. Liifvert .:,. dated Fefcrain, l4i. :-" Your PIlls are tte JAMES RICE JCTtice of tae Peace. Boots and Shoes. be :siaed from tie cfcce cf the United ShIn t-

S 1 rbat. after UIT C nany prepintion tcr the'cure cf : and Cigar, .- also a variety oJ CONFECTION mii-rtt j& tbrirof'rstiou* and yet rao-t poweml: 13 : For further particulars and conclusive evidence of o ;r CASES RUSSET BROGANS pcrter. containing: : the reptrfs cf all inch Debates

Chill ud !.f"'n.aM expending: s.re {"rt.- ire dollar \ .\RY. His roon.4 n ill be craned at ill:l hour. their eflect c-r ar.y that I have ever r tt with ia a ; itscuperic.rcaue! and ecacsr, see pamphlets whic fj 5 cases Kip do. as cay poe peculiarly exciting :!'.

i ia physicians t'il1. without i aay ber.e:r. I procured day and e e2.a;; and. by :ncr a'.ULtion to business praciicefeirht a-id twenty \wriTheir action t may be obtained of .-tents, gratis. /v 2 French Calf Boots, All subscriptions: aid cccmunicaticcs to be ftJ-
a box of Dr Tyler's; Fever and \-- Pills!! at | and a desire to fiea>e. fce ba}_ to cive ceaeral st- the ch>:le. and Lerceon the fasporitie* d the blood, j Prepared and foOd: b? A. B. & D. SANDS. Drug 1 cases Water proof do paid lid addressed

S. eae ddlar, wbich, cured tae
1'J fere3 with thi dtee-nz .ad uneaeart 'r'r:1 i s. B. BARRINGTON. Extract'of a jetlt-r from Dr. Henry }!1:1.: cf Que- Sld al:*'by LEWIS .nns.T na a ee.SMITr' Gents pair i. ladle C Shoes. United States Reporter Waahirctto J).C.

pix'mt fjr twelve t1'.:, s. I toue known tbtrn uedla tbnt"'! May 1.1-47. 41j bee, L. C. March! 6, lS4, i_" For biflIius let er.. 5. CATLIN.'Pen.acola.F. B. WlIITI G.t. Shoes arid Gaiters July3I.ZS47. 10

i thirty cie aid at a sine:: J>,\ ba t'aled.:: I believe sick beadicbes, fc-. pidity tf the b J\ el!>, sod tnarcrment and :,y Dxuieist generally:! throu;boct the :fUk3'1 Ladiej Just Walkins received; and for sale by fjO-: All newspaper Ibrovghcut the United States

taVri ta be the very r*>?T aad moyt safe and certain j Aotice.I of tee spleen, Dr. Peters Pills m aa ex Sti-*. Sep. 1. lS1. & LLOYD FL.GG.I who pobih! this prosoectttsOIIee a week Iron tiis
Price.i 21 battle.! Sii bottles for $5.
wt for aru? and fever that caa be ued,and uaefualted I OIX month afterdate.tLe! nndtrsizned, EvecnfcrjO ceiieat- medicine. 1 per date till the Cl tint of CoBrress, will be entitled t*
: : as a toni 'ort.re in all oVbilirated- of the lat will! and testaisett: cf Berjania Fc-rale hi LEWIS AMES MlLr: NASH :; (eh The public! are respectfully* requested to n.1 I Reports of the Supreme Court, II an excbarre with t be Mrr.ited States Reporter.'aad
djtioas ef the E. MYERv I EDWARD BARNARD. |:J ember that it is Sand Sarsaparilla that has will be the I lisl
Chutes. deceacd late c.f LecaCc"J t!.will resent TO 1 and 2, ccrapletinz vcL 1, are now ready, placedon of those to whom tac Extras
Price SI I per tr\. with fa*.! directions. For sile. hi* .ec.urs andcuchcf# to the Hen Judge ct Probate May Sl>4"- 40 f-ra and i is con anh achiet jog- such remarkable cures Jr ; : will be despatched.
I 1 J.> and be had at tbe Book Store cf P. A. Hayward -
the! most diffcnlt class cf diseases to which the ha may I
TaUihas.e F sa. LEWIS & AMES MILES
at by
ot Lon C Deaf and and at the Floridian Cffice. These Reports .
\ ::,&cii. EDWARD BARNARD. and en rtt.1ury"ilI: !! of diia-Jicn i a* Executor a.fcreraid.i Dumb Asylum nan frame is subject; ; therefore ask for Saadi Sarsa arrr HEAD QTABTIU, 2d Bmic., 1st Drr. F. M.QUl.NCY.SepfeEber22.1547. >
and arid form volume of
the 1S46 7 .
tie found in all thi rawas aid villages South acd I JOSEPH CHAIRES Exerutor. OF }l:nl'C} Y. j jHE j i pirilla.and take" no other. years a neaj5o j
,) Price 50 No.-eaak..
December I?. Ivl6. CO I octavo pases. $2 per
: ; West. I Vt-1 COORIT. Arril 3. !I'-ST. 37 Cn \. subsrrib, as tte redtct a;ect of the said j I SeptemberllISI7. S GE.'IE1kAL 0>UI. No. 4.

: Miys.lT. 42 fn j Notice. &- lutJtutiff'.r< fc.r stie. in tT.C'I, and upon t 1:!. g. D : l : r }) THE Colv&els coraiaaading the several Regises
{_ Battalions composing the Sd Friace.r
terms to situ f' re atrrt, about Proc Tbcosand Acres NEW BOOKS.
: New Orleans Type Foundry, ;j I ta' nths zfter date, tie! ur.erigaed, Ailminis- of LAND, situated in tV county Jackson, in the Attorney at Law, M.. will can 4e their rrj4ctive command to be assetfibled -
SIX received Brig Ann Eliza from New Ycrk
) AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE :; rol Laniel N Cone deceased, late of Columbia State ot Florida. Also. the lit'g\t te Locate to a } V6&tinllo, JcfftnoD Coaalr, Florida, J TUST the following per new Wvtk : at the folicwing times aDd places fcr drill.

:, I .\". 17, Canal ttrrtt K-xr. i! Connty, East Florda, will present Lis final limited ntf'n'f j f "II'ILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle Prescctt's Conquest cf Mexico. 3d voloct review and inspection:
account a .d vnucfcer tt tSe Jadze of Probate for The above land were eced at an eirH da .by'I V > .5 The 2d R-pcK-c! ef Cavalry at T hh as.es_
uaJer-irae bez leave ta aaa ( TilE (r a are.I an experienced judze, are believed to amongstthe i
S Eastern Circuit. Florida. Notes the North West Territory
a.d I'Tiaiers, that thee have Tiblishrd I WILLIAM CONE. Adn'r. fice t in tbe Tie 2d BatUlion'.Sth Reticent, at Jasper.Moa-

a eotapSete a vd extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this 1 Blocnl' Ferry. E. F.. May W. 1ST. 45 t:1. CuUnI'c. H DUPONT font
: city. Tte Bock Letter o' this Foa&dry lUt (U: to -- .f "nt ff D. tf Lf. f ry. I Lardner's Lectures t o v&nnes.Hewitt's The 1st Battalion Sib Recinent. at MadisM C.
I order by woikmen of taa : an-d as no ; Notice. Law Xolic Homes cf the Poets. two voams.. arid
: ; experience Quincy. June 1C. 1>4'. 47 ly U. on Thursday Friday.4th and Stb Nov.next.
spired ta obtain the han SO:1hr lace I Tre Orations of Horace, b! Headly, i
xpt-Me"U ? The ?th Regiment at )c.llr C'eJ1o. oa Monday sad
months atVr date the acting Executor cf the
aai to perfect it In every respect, we will venture to I'j SIX Groceries. & MAXWELL.VT7M Washington and his General's by Headly.I a vols. TDf'S .5tb and ?tb November text.
will arl cf Arthur Sen.
say it will be frarid aj hand-oaif, if not the baodsom I j deas t will nuke te taiaer application to the Burner Hon.,Jodzej TUST received: from New York the following art*- Mee. Women and Books by Leigh Hont. 2 vcl*. The *6tb Regiment at Tallahassee, ca Friday and

: < t in the United Sa H. We have al lv, a very J CiPsOwit : H BROCKENBROUGH will! return to Flo- Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy.Lite Saturday. ICth'ard 13h Noveicber next.
baodMcie av>rtnent of Flan er and Job Letter of I oi as'Executcr Probate of of Leoi wsd Coucty estate fc>r letters of dismissioni Rio and Lasuira Cofee.Spem T T riOa in tme to attend all the Courts of the of Mrs. Godolpbin.Lempriere's The i Icdependeet Battalion attached to tie otk

the latest style, to which we would call tLe attention -i. I: 117. :;2 CnNotice. Cacdlr: Middle! Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties Classical Dictiocary.Antbon's. R.q' composed rf the militia Wakalla ccu-
July ,
cf Printers" Ufiwe pnrchattn; elsewhere. All i Crushed and Loaf 5aar. in West Florida. B. i. M. will also attend tbe ty. at Newport, oa Monday aid Tuesdav. Uti tot

articles 1ra\'IIb utd by u* shall!{ be of a caterial I Pearl StarcbSopetior Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be Cooper" Virvil.Plasfairs 16th Norenibw cext.

eqatl. if net nprior.. to anv nanvfacturr-d at the i )Mustard dtrottd ercltuiyelji to the legal profenion and Euchd. The 2th Regiment at Quincr, oa Ttanday uMFridav.
: North; and as weaal! sHType at New York prices. :j SIX noatbs after date, the AJ&ini!tratcr of the Lemon and Raspberry Scraps claims against tbe United States for the attentive Anthon's, \DD buis. Stb and l&tb November next.

we trust to meet with eCf'OUh trnf'cl. te \VHlitm; B. Kilpatrick.! deceased will Strawberry and Ginger do. prosecution of which arrangements have been made Rats an's French Reader. A. ALLISON..

i We are now prepared tomanofacture Br.A$RULE I. preent hi, accounts and vouchers the Honorable Chewing Tobacco ia W bio&tcn. Zurzpt's Latin Grammar Brif. Gen. (:1. 2d Brig. lit Div..F.

J aad T\'PEoCuy misnitnde.with promptness. We I II Judge of Probate ef irferson County, and uk to be RiCe. Powder "c.. !e., for sale brALFREb March 1:1, I47. 34 Andrew's and !'. Latin G ran oar.Surenn IV. BARTLETT. Adjitut G MnL

: would also particjaily! rail! the attention of Prmter discharged a. Administrator rf'said estate. E. HOC. 's French Pronouccisf Dictica.r,. October 2.1S47 11

to our LF.\>5. Laving an cntiie new rt of i I Jolv l. l4- 52 Cm October 113. 1?'". 13 Notice.SIX Greek Testaaents.Miaiaturc .

lD udl.: by which we are enabled to furnish a perfect I Laxicon.Scott's .
DR. J. REESE'S I months afterdate, I shall present ray account NEW FANCY GOODS.
To Sugar Makers. .l
: article We are also Agents for the sale of tbe voucher t" the Hon. A. McDonald Judrt lafaaHry Tactics three jt.
; XVwbin;on .>J Smith PRESSES which COOLERS DIPPERS SKIMMERS I and The Skcred Imp. .
I &per LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. SUGAR rf Probate in and for the County of Ma !i,o*. aria S. F. BCRNET
together with Cha vs,Ca",Composing Sick i ,,Fur- Supr Cooler: fcr cooling sugar can i| apply for a dlk'hlff' as Administrate of the estate Tb (Steen. Mercer's Cluster,

: tiitnre, Ir.k and every other article required in the "DERSONS cf feeble consti.utior. acd those cf seL be bad at the "Manufactory.. They are used t.- : ot John W.RachardsonIateotsaadCounrc.dece.ased. Baptist: Harmony ZIOD'S S jster. HAS just received per Brig Henry Buck, sod if

; Printing buin"*.will be kept on baad and furni 3j.ed dentan habits are often troubled with habitual prevent its burun cAlx 1 >, Dippers Skimmer arid S. K. RICHARDSON LAW BOOKS: orlrria tor sale, a general asscrtsest sf

: at manufacturer's prices. cNtiUlltM. which c: en exerts a very ucfavcrablif! Drainer The Drainers are nude different: from i Madi'in ('cur.lv. Mav 13. 1>47. 43 r n Hc-lcr&b's Leading Cases upon Commercial Law Fancy Goods,consisting in part of
Editors and rrinteff14t.inr to r !abi!i.b a Newspaper influence upon ihur cecrral bu11 h."hich is particularly those of lat eaan.. Thc>e en baM are so cad Smith's Mercantile La. Sarerior bk! French Satiadtaliaa crieted Casiscrv.

: : or Job Pnttinz OSce will be furnished with :': inanitested try irregularity..If( nr>t total ha-s of that tbey can be drawn alter the suir is settled I Notice. NOVELS Rich Fouls Salk,. '' Shawls, -

an estimate in detail fortbe meby stating the size appet-te. In this condition of the .! *nn. this article We .shall.al] bate the Copper Dirj ers reaHj (;r OIX months after title, I shall present tsy Coal acO : Rich plaid OirbreSUksJ ',R>h em'd French Os k

I ot the paper "r the jurticolar style and quantity-\ I' conSdebtly rcrommerkded with the ajsurcce the sugar -uon. and Wg cot custoners to call sod j I count sod vouchers the lion.JuJ e Probate St Giles and St. issues complete.) Mosaic plaid Sulks, Twilled Shawl.

work to be executed.gj I that if the
The proprietors newspapers who will ptibli more the busch* tvo actively, rdief ma; be relied I discharge as Administrate& ct the estate of AbraaGnntham Pi<)'l1. Alliaca.RisMll. Printed B rr-e. Rich feared booM M

h this alvertisrraeat six months,and send a paper j upon wiiboot any or een ll>e least unpleasant consequences :late of saidcouarv,Jecea d. by JUles Plaid Cashmere j boos
to our ejfice weekly will be pail for the adurtise.1 I I ri*>ultin: from lie ns. of coutaon purn- Brown Goods. WILLIAM GORMAN.Mctniicell The Inbentance 2 parts. Rich em'd Victoria rbes'lBs* ewfsideF!*" "

,3 ment by piirch Mrn six: times the amount of ,' use n.eJictM-j o-uaily resorted to. 1 fl BALES COTTON OSNABUKGS.J 1 ?. Stptcrahrr IS, ZS-t?. & (m Joseph Rashbrook, Wood Le.5l.::. Rich aeedleworked Cbeia-f d ilccnacf plaid Girt
tising bill in "'\'pe. Perscns sibject to bilious Cholic! may rely on the .[\ 2 do. Rrc-' n Drill)incs- : Cleavland.] Taacred. izettes \ hams
1 GREEN CO. erties of the medicine szsin it S do. 3-4 Shitlic The Knitht of Gwynne.2rols, }
I pre\e U <'pro|> by on "?. Negro Kerseys. M'>crnis5 C Iartl. ) d*. !.
Jams 23. I I'4? 6ra 17 Canal St. Row. the fJr t intimatioa of an approaching aUack. There 2 !. 4-4 do. Ellen Monroe,2 volumes. Lisle] HeadJresse. ;;R cn Paris striped d*-
__ ] f\ CASES KER5EYS, 5 do Liaseys, and Daoebfer
are sow con tirut"\M lia. .e to rcpilar attacks cfBillitt" i do. 5-4 Sheeting Dombey Kitty's Relatives. Silk Friat atiD Ihi Kk Earejv
k Boot and Shoe Making. I l'f'Hr.alat.t every fall; tosuch the ue of 3 do. Srdley Shirt inf. lv/ Just received aDd for sale Vy The youth of Shakspeare. Ladies beaver, kid OUves. Crap* de?load
Sep. IS, 1S4'. 9 LLOYD t FLAGO.
r1l1Euniersinedhazicp'rcha'ed the this medicine i* r'rotnnrixled. becinning to use it Just received aDd for sale by Shakspeare: and bis Friends. Let while Polka GkvesJEsbrttkJered CulZephyr. -

X en'ire stock and rnateiiaU of Lc,UREUUL :. by the mid-lie tf May cr first of June Sert. IS. 1S41. 9 LLOYD A. FL. GG. Coffee. Tbe Secret Passion, Lawyer's Dac ht.r. Royal aDd \1cto- Crap Sbawbk.

i s> who is about leaving the State, "Tho e who- digestive organs are feeble often ex- State of Florida. Also the following: via HodVeiiets.
I weicht and BAGS OLD JAVA Past and Present by Carl vie.3 vols ,
; respectfully informs bit friends and the peritDC a ense cf lullnrss oppression 9A COFFEE. Plaid Wool aad Napier ?!SatinArosC5i&t.
tiublic that be is at preot at the old stand, where about the stomach after eating, will find this m'! JLrva.os Ci crrr Cor r.-13* CHAJIIC aT- .ewU SO do. Rio do. Six Lectures on the tie of the Lunge. I' SbawU, ?Pan*Silk Graode.Onbre .

I lie is prepared to execute all work in his line with cine aT yd almost immediate rrltef. William Bailey, Admr. de *witu men of John Bellamy l- 25 do. Laruira do. A Treatise Mild Cows, by Joha S. Skinner, Stradilla Shawls, {Spotted sod 4j red Bars-

and despatch.' He has on band "be finest I Ladies near their confinement olten$ sorter from .deceased, C""lJIei".Al. Just received aDd for sale by Th Boys* Summer Book. and. aa assortxacal of Embroidered Shawls, j (rr*.
of calf skins and all soils materials, and will heartburn antI tin'nttlS: to such this article is r*. Sept. IS, 1S47. 9 LLOYD FLAGG. laak Books jut received sod for sale by jdiaoonut cloih Shawls jSilk tIM GiufbiB

make at abort notice and in the best manner GEN : highly TCinendrd, as it can he used without the Ransom J. Roberts,et a/.. 1kee"t'- P. A. HAYWARD Do.eebn irred do. }Larpe Red ElaskeU.

TLF..MENS BOOTS ANDSHOESol every descrip least danger,and n ith treat benefit. In sick or nervous i TT appearing to tbe.athfactionofheCourl.by. af- DR. C. U. BUNTING, Septeaiber 1S.1H7. 9 Plaid Meri. Shawl. :Carpe tia{ ai REonaets '.

lion. IU>ct. fooled tolrtl,and otherwise repaired in headache it is invaluable. 1 Cdavit made in this cauje.that Raasoaa J. Roberts SURGEON DENTIST, Black Silk Laces St eel les .V bj
This article will be found to act as a pleasant eor- Elijah Roberts and David Eninoel, defeadants,reside Boots and Shoes. Pa .
good style and at rt's.mabcha He will war TTAV1NG in Slide and Tassels Fancy colored -\1P
jI permanently Florida
I rant his work to be equal to any done in the place, dial and tonic. t1't'toring.he appetite, and at 1M out of the State of Florida aDd that Enacts JJL especially tenders located his services Qnincr to the, public. G.-s pT calf BootsCeat's i.pat.Bootee. Stared Ladies and Ctuldmft SUe el all 1'witi .

and !to give as food satisfaction a< to tting as any slots time foltilline) f' intention that the common Williams Adminjstrattii of William H.of Williams Florida in the various hrancbe of bis prt/rssion. From his do. pat. leather Sboes,Gent's calf Broom sad Buaeroos other artkl - intended effect. J> deceased resides in the Eastern Circuit :
: other workman. purcative are purely re? experience and success in ice, he feds assuredot Gaiters Jlea1 kip Brwraas-received frosa New Or- tiat a very choice and extensive esioette5tTaIlahasuec
and. when used according lo the directions R it Ordered That said Ransom J. Roberts, Elijah poet and fee sale low
JOHN LERCH. doN, being able to please those who eaas br the Schr. Tall haePf'. veer September 1S47 lg .
invaluable article especially/those Roberts and David Emanuel Aft withia lour Day prrOaIIehIii. I
l$7. <* will be an Dr. B. the M BIRCHETT &
Mat 8. __ ._ __ .!.f ,_ afflicted with n).pela.Dt-ra.g :aje*| of the Liver, months and said Fraaces Williams,Amx.as afore refers public to IS HEREBY GIVEN that "t ,
Cot \V. T.
8T0cxT0x Dr. J. )hL W. NOTICE
; N. in.Comnlulca 1'1"'UTI or General Debility.Prepared said within two months from the date vf the publication .*". be madetotbeLloZ1Ite.a1"sessioa .
Oft C. H. l> a
Dr. R, E. Lttn.c.OSc .
R.eaeGrtUa! Pike ol tbis order, and shew why this suit Notice. I.
by Dt and Forw.rdllllfnh." rJla.'U\41: sele bt appoiulmeat at should not be wired, and answer the original bill at their opposite residence the M. E. Cnurch. Ladies waited A LI.persons Kkbted is tM estate of Thins J.Laltwza. But to be ealkd. n .j'.MiMk,-- S
104 Pujrdraa street, s I:. BARNARD, Jr1 ., Med ia this caw. otherwise % deer** remiag th* oa II. 1S17.Bagging as,- A. .deceased, arc kereby twti6e4 to mate AIIpII 1.1n. 3 .'
LA. Start TallaueN. will ,and the origiaal bill b.taks* far confevscd. 8
NKW.ORLEANS Drug sane pass iaaMdia. psyeaeut ; sad all .M bariac femaada -
[J1IYINCJ. SELLING. RECEIVING AND FORJ .DANIEL LADD, N.mrrt, Jniit fr&tr Ordfrtd. IbM a cpy .| and Rope. rill pressat their a ca a s.properly attested,to the DL J. S. BOND

\ WARDING, attended Io with promptness.mtri fllltiC'f'lJo, this order a*evUisbed ia MMM Mapper priated ia : ua4eeei wa. is duly aotaoracd ta acttlt tJae FFERS his prtf.srinn! i:

TO"JNO. Quincy the Middle Circuit Florida OM s areek for tow 75 PIECESKearuckj for sal. oa seasonable Riqi5 terns.brB1RCHETT 60 cells of Rop. AIMJAl T. ARCHES.Aftt o of Tallshe and tb.Wais$ '? ..

W. AROTLC, LATHAMA A. II"... HARDRKYAN.. moD'. (SipieO It UNDEKBEKGCR29IT for ). &'1n. Admiajriratriz. O&e at OIl,f'iMf 1f41Id-

> MCSTWICK, t:1ft.'Y.rtUI'IHr Acnl for Thins te ntyG iri. I THOMAS KALTZELL Judge. I 1 q'Q1It 8 October 1ft. 1S41. 13 >n M,29.l$4- 5 If

., l'. Na ::, au 44 July X, IS47. VJ 4.

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