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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 27, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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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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of The Committee appointed to wait on the House, and inform them ernial arsons, (a measure which I have advocate! at all 'times and that tmy ?gratifying to Eta, to b'r'na'bJf'j to inform son
.tJ... MOXPAY, 22d November, 1817. of the organization of the Senate, reported that they had l performed 011 all prefer occasion, from a conviction that, if incorporated into Cornri our eioners negniations with AIh:1n1 but f,'pn entirely successful.'iRtering ._
to The Senate was called to order at one o'clock, P. M., by If. that duty. the Con't&ulI n..apart from much positive hood resulting from its adop. of on tbr part of the respective States, hHYPlher with a J1diately f

lit Archer, Secretary of the last Senate ; and the roll being called, the On motion of Mr. Avery, Mr. Austin was excused until Muiclaynext. tion, many existing erils would be avoided,) should have been rrndereJ rnlleman.n.r the no ,oriuuJrt'urtion.: as En,incer, cOf7\ d unme.
following Senator answered to their names viz :- highly objectionable tt Legislature, and without !n.
If by extending the term of service of Sen. ;i
serious '
From Alachua and Jarion-Gabriel Priest. Mr. Sanderson submitted the following : aton to such an unural and any obstacles to an adjustment of the line dividing ?
he extraordinary length. term of
Long State
in From Jefferson.-John M. Smith. Resolved, That the Comptroller be requested" to famish to the. o.T.ce: particularly of a political nature, are, it i i" believed, in oppW- du.6'mnrn's and which 1 Florid, united in a Report to their respective GOye
all
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.t From J'ranLltn-R. J. Floyd. Senate separate statements of tho expense incident to the as* i.ieit tion b the genius and spirit of our Republican Iu'tiutions and Ductunrnts in connection i .I
r. There cot being a quorum present the members present adjourn. and collection of the Slate and County revenue in the several counties b* sad to be indirectly in violation of the maxim that frequent may re. now on flee without! in the E ttcuivt ire, ffnJ will I lie submitted to the Legislature t 1
delay, whenever
: *d until to-morrow, 10 o'clock. of the State. cur.-eice to fundamental principles: is i absolutely necessary to known. It its wishes in that respect are ma do +
Which was adopted.A tie blrssig8: of liberty/' It is therefore most preserve rnzy nut he improper to remark: at this tiuie, that the re. '

a. TCBSDAT, 23d November, 1847. message was received from the House' informing the Senate ded t U you, as the immediate ifpreseutatives earnestly of the people recomrnea-, so lo Cumin port is;highly paiisiactory have; to the ExcutiY.from a conviction that the I;
t In that that body had organized, and was ready for business. aiut-al the amendment of tho last session sMoners identified and agreed line originally t
The roll that the
being called at 10 o'clock, pursuant to adjournment, the as term of mem. lt'ide upnlhe
e. The committee appointed to wait upon his Excellency the Ggv-r. l tiers f neither: branch of tie mar"t being 310 North, and "fich. remembered,
following members answered
to their riz oml l
name, : nor and inform him of the organization of the Senate, rt'orteJ that two boundary as fit"d \\ty, th.treaty i f 1735.
'r Messrs. Aery.ooin, Brett, Burritt, Fairbanks, Floyd Lorri- may be As the coiilrol rind irecrion? of the
they had that remufcej of Public
v. mer, McLean. McMillan Moseley Priest, Sanderson, Smith, Ta., performed duty.His that, in a young auJ growing State like Florida, wLosepppuitiun Lnixl made by the f'e JerI verlJen grant .
h bor Tracey Walker and Watts. Excellency the Governor transmitted to the Senate, by Lis private is graJually! increasir-g b) accessions composed of much of Learning \ for Seminaries i
lr Secretary, O. A. Mjers, his third annual \f'sugP. of thcialclli wealth! and Common School' and Internal Improvements, w con-
euce :
of sister
A quorum being present oil motion, Mr. Fairbanks was called to ; inJuatry Spates: upon won, filed by the General almost 'rr.
AssemMj
ithol exclusively tot ihe of 1
delay, the burthen of Register
If ibe Chair. govpraiiiBai are imposed, it i is surely Public Lands it will t
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,. The following members produced certificates of their election and GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. impoliic, to say tie !l-a.t, to d.prne them, }liy the organic law, of the this time, than merely scarcely"remind expected that I should do more, at_ "
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of ,
r were sworn by Edward M. West, Justice of the Peace for Leon Gentlemen of the Senate privileges of citizens fir a protrarlw.l l ,l-n. :L of ,:". j. -_.:-...Ami of' ,.--'j ..., .von oiMiiitj the irsting inestimable upon those.to.f whom V :s'
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,. and JLnt It i. dso to amend the amendment to the 1st sectionof have .
County, viz:- I e f RrprcseraativfS : r'coU.nended they been entrusted. In my animal cnmmtlictionl,heretofore 0 .
e .MeurI.Tery, Floyd, Burritt, Brett, Watts, Tracey, Smith, San. In the communication made to the last General Assembly! the taeo'th artice. by striking out the word "one year" wherever made, I have con'M, "red i a paramount duty to invite the attention
I person, Moseley. Executive had the happiness to congratulate his fellow citizen* with they orur, inserting "six rMon'.ki.: 1 readily admit that I am of the Genial Assembly! to this subject' so as to sccur* for those why .
e On motion of Mr. McLean, the business oft tho session was opened regard to the blessings of health, and of prosperity: in their varied at a has to see either lie justice or policy of the article a< it now ex. ...ucceed us, the full benefit of the grants. I have on all such occJi-
. with prayer by the Rev. Mr. Choice. pursuits. It is a source of heartfelt satisfactiun to be enabled to give ills. So far a, it discourages emigration: to the Sutr, it is most certaiulyabjectionable ions expressed fully and without reserve my views in relation to this ';

, On motion, the Senate proceeded to the election of President.Mr. you, at this time, new assurances of the continuance of tLe favors of as a wire policy \ud! dictate every possible subject, and feel gratifr! that I am now enabled to assure you that the y t
. McLEA, of Walton, received thirteen totes ; Providence. The current year has but increased our obligations to incentve to emigration not langcrihg the public safety.t So f.1 as last G.uets'crh! : with a zeal and industry worthy the object to
the great Source of our multiplied bounties. At siuce the it opesites unequally upon all who are citisens of the same State, it be
Mr. Bra>urr, of Ducal, received four votes ; no period ataiutd. adopted such preliminary: m"aurr a nil!, it is
t Whereupon Mr. McLnxx was declared duly olected. I organization of the State Government, have we had more cause of i.i not oily! anti-reptbltfa*. bat unjust.I if sustained Ky aubseqtjfnt legidatanattain the object' t 1Jlned..

Ness". Floyd, Avery and Tabor, were appointed a Committee to gratitude, for the continuation: of health, the rich rewarJ of industry, I af.i rnyaelf of the j>re.eiit occasion, also, to invite jour alien-: With regard to the Sixteenth St.cion'l of each Township! il is recommended .
conduct the President elect to the Chair, which duty they performed, aud the steady advancement of our great social iuterests nuJ round l hJ I I auolLer stag;,led aincndincat, of f .artmount importance| to that Congress bp mem'uialised for permission to sell them
1 t and the President on taking the Chair, returned his acknowledgments improvement, than at the present. Being thus signally hle..d its the ineretUi" the.people of the Slate. My views in relation to it, on such terms as may t b)deemed advisable. on condition that the pro.
in a short and appropriate address. becomes our duty, when entering upon the discharge r those Uu.u : lo a vry I limited'extent, engaged the attention of the General .Ass coeds r f such s-ile be secured f for the exclusive benefit of the Town-
On motion, the Senate proceeded to the election of Secretary ; confided to us as the representatives of the people, not only to satires sombV at its last seiuicn. I oli! >l. to tk-: change then rcomenJe ships in which they are located, and to he applied to the for
When Mr. Chas. W. Downing was declared unanimously elected. our thankfulness and gratitude for the past, but 110 tu invoke the aid by int .4 to tho tenure of olTic and tk. made. ut tdt!lct n Judges which they were originally intended aid n other. I prp'Sf I y'j'
The Senate then proceeded to the election of Assistant Secre. and guidance of that Almighty Being who controls events, as that ali the Cir-uil Court. If tLe exi til provisions of the Coa.titutioa be it proper to refer particularly to these lands from the consideration that
tary; and. cur deliberations may be directed to the adraucemc&t cf the treat not changed, au election! cf Judges, during i.J l behavior, will he l experience bat fully etahi.hed: the truth that unless some immediate :'
Silas W. Sanderson was unanimously elected Assistant Secretary interests of the people, and the promotion of the honor and reputation made by the Legislature i two years trom t this i It is obviwustben, steps l he taken to change the property, this fund (which of all others t'
cube Senate. of tbe Stat Without such aid we cannot htye fur succes. that them is no time: ty be lust in discussing and maturely considerinj ; might ti rendered most valuable for the : or Clmron Schols

r The Senate next proceeded to the election of Enrolling aDd Eu. With these preliminary remarks,I proceed to the discharge of a highly ; nn) proposed change of the CoiiitttuUou iu that ro;.ard, &it the great nurseries of virtue and int : s'ppr ;te people) mrsst, }
Tossing Clerk. The vote was as follows : 1 responsible and important duty, imposed upon the Chief Executive newt adopted if at all, by two successive Lvgilaturwa within that at no distant day. I forever 10t. It is furthermore recommended,that J' ''
A. II. Bush, 13 Magistrate of the State, at the commencement of the annual sessionsof period. This circumstance, coupled itL a sens of duty, i* my similar pintion! be made to exchange Sixfe.nth 'ction' that cl
art
i Blank, 3 the General Assembly, contained in that clause of the Constitution apology for what might otLtsivvue scent unJuo iioportuiitjr in again utterly worhi.n hersmore valuable; and that the inhabitant of
Mr. Fairbanks was excused from voting. of the State, which requires of him to lay before that body *. i..fj.-na- ear {iavcking! Jour attention to this subject. RehWtion, wiiae. Township; covered }by l large rants?., have the like privilege. Like
Mr. Bush was declared duly elected.On lion in connection with the administration of the GovuraM'ui and j rll'-nt to tie date of my last m"ha"l', auJ continued and anxious ob- privileges-have: 'been granted l to the Stated of Indiana, Arkansas IMinoii. .
motion, the Senate proceeded to the election :f S:rnct..t. the recooitnendatioa o iJch nuasjre as imy ba dyers nd ev.ateut: : rvatiui <,f the two iuc>dri' > of electing Junes as exhibited in olLvrb'.ates and proHaMy! to others.: ij!
Arms ; and properto promote the ge.ier.il I wc1t re." i Lave but cui.CraieJ my opuiuu; herwtolore expre.d and increase Since th.l eVablNhrneiit! of the OiTice: of Register of Public Lands R.

.M,. W. W. Taylor was unanimously electod. Upon a reriavv of the Acts and Resolutions! aJopteJ In,' rho C-'oaer: U i J ray desire t( have the (tu"IitutioI so awec. provide within the SJUile, location in conformity to tbe several grants of Con.
Ou motion, the Senate proceeded to the election of Messenger.A. : Assembly since the organization of the Sate I take f hi-; ot)po:'u- :._> fur the election! of thi JuJ cs cf the Circuit ": by a direct vote of grew hate be- made tit a considerable;! extent. In the discharge ,
G. McLean was unanimously elected. to invite your attention to lie act of 10th December, Is45, pruvi libel the people. It is difficult tu account fur the tiistinj anomaly! in our of their dUlY, it is to be presumed that tbe agents of the State have ',
The officers elected were severally sworn by the President, as tie for a Digest of the Territorial and State Laws, and to a svippunen-! State Constitution \hicb forbid to the people: a voice in the selection made suck selections! as they deemed most valuable, without regardto
Constitution requires. tary act of the same session: providing for the collection and arrangement cf those of their public servants who, perhaps, of all others, have any claims existing, the validity of which' was based excluxirely a I

Oa motion of Mr. Fairbanks, the Rules of the last Senate were of the Statutes of Groat Britain of force iu this Stale.: It will the mast to du with taking care of their iDtt8 s!. Though the laws upon pre-occupation, without a color of legal title or of the right at" i
adopted as the Rules of the present Session until other Rules be be seen by an examination of the Acts referred to, that the pyrpjM of uuo'trvkich ue live be exacted Ly the inrnnJiale representatives of posMeswoa as opposed to the Federal or State Government It n
adopted. the General Assembly was not only ta have a thorough Digest of all the poople: jet it is elisions that their true value depends upon their believed that many such cases must have heretofore occurred. With ._,,

0n motion of Mr. Avery, a committee consisting of Messrs. Avery, the Acts of Territorial Legislature, of a public nature, and then pro er adiainistration by tLw judicial officers of t the Government. the view, therefore, cfebrratingany diHicuhiea that may have arisen, t*.' '
Sanderson, and Austin, was appointed to inform the House that the in force, including such as might be passed by tLi General) Aucaib'y! AD incompetent or faithless! Judge may render practically worthl.i in all! cases similarly circumstanced, it is recommended that provision ***
Senate was organized and readr to proceed to business.On up to the Fall session of 1846, but to collect and arrange, under appropriate tie best system of laws, while a honest oae has it ia his power to : be made for all suck occupants, where the possession existed previously :
motion, Messrs. Tabor, Burritt, and Fairbanks were appointed beads, all the Statute of Great Britain-of force iu this a\'oi many of the evils of hasty legislation. The aptiQa of th. to the year -, so as to secure to them privileges similar to !

a committee, on the part of the Senate, to act with a similar committee State. I bare now the satisfaction to inform you that, in the discharge existing system, is regarded as a lingering distrust of capacity o the provisions of the pre-emptien law now in force, and extending it i
from the House t. wait upon his Excellency the Governor, and of the duties assigned the Executive in the Acts above uamed, the people for i3irl uerment derived from oar EngHsk.aacestors- to suck time u shall be deemed advisable, when the privilege shall :.
inform him that the two Houses were now organized and ready to L. A. Thompson, Esq., was comruissioucd to carry into execution manifestly a system opposed .the spirit of our free institutions and cease. The provisions of suck a law would to some extent lessen
proceed to business. this wise measure of the General Assembly. A complete Digest, ia to the rights of the people. The objections usually made to tie pro. the fund, (especially in cases where !lands of the first quality bd been :, f
Mr. Smith offered the accordance with the provisions of the first .Act of inestimable valueto posed system of election! 1 have reason ta believe, exist more i in ap- selected.: ) yet.a consideration of this character wilL it is to be pre. ; jj
following
Resolved, That the Senate go into: the election of Printer, at a comfetation U.the Stat. .!derecl, tL. compilation me work ur and completion, ua uecn of which carneiTiuiuugu mijht well In toe*-- ca UU'W.I e1ODuOa.tea,&aa JO to r., j G.o"ttoe( .w system.t___JD.:oivr ta.e.] whereit the alternative' .t may"be":te; weight Yn"eW.nwi'4ni.7.J1 t....fAJSffJ r; {.fATflJ..rt *75* t
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to be fixed un utter wards. submitted the La been adopted, none of the results usually predicted; by iu less families.
within a frora its i inception, and u now to opp.
Mr. Fairbanks offered the following amendment. to the above reao.lution press General Assembly year for such additional legislation, if: any as may be nents bate. been experienced, while all the benefits :anticipated i: There are other subjects: to which the attention of the General f t
: to the work. friend have been realized in an eminent degree. 1C then, the position Assembly! has heretofore bees invited and which without entering t J
Be it ruol+ed. That the Secretary of the Senate obtain sealed pro.posals necessary Chive deemed perfect it to give this work a pronia"Ut. position iu, lee assumed be true, that the sJael picpa>ed curs the see into au extended consideration of them, are again submitted fur such '

fur doing the printing of this body at its present ecssion-that this communication proper for several reasons, the j-astuusa of which will bw I I lectioa Judges net I less vigilant i ia the .ducLar. of their duties, action as in your judgments they may respectively l demand. Among r "fir
said proposals shall state- readily seen. Frequent chaujes in public l law are of themselves: and in ether respects equally entitled to public cols k nee wick tbocsolocled these, the most prominent are the Finances of the State-the several
1st, The price they will furnish 500 copies of the Journal per page, evils of no ordinary magnitude. In a government like ours, with u by iulermediatd agents, no exceptions can be taken to it on Acts in relation to our Coast sr.eries--ac the fitness (.the existing 1
and the additional for daily slips. these And the not des Militia Laws the and efficient; of that of
J, price population comparatively scattered over au extensive territ- g uuJ. Legislature certainly wi tgard to prompt organization arm Pi '
sparse ;
lid, The Miscellaneous Printing of the Senate, such as Bills, Re. with few facilities bf interconimunicaUou, such changes are pecuis.rlyso. another very important consideration, namely, a direct vote by the Government. ; I
ports &c., counting copies, per 100 word ry! Ti-a.: .!"* Digest under notice will most tLe ruaionubla the paople for Judges of the Circuit Court i thrir undoubted rigU-a In relation to the Finances of the State, the Reports of the Comp- i'.
That such sealed proposals be opened by the President. expectations of Le puliiic, the high refutation of the Commusiouer is right liitLcrtovithheld ; nor wi they lightly esteem the fact, not leu trcller and Treasurer, herewith transmitted, furnish a clear and .
Which amendment was rejected.Mr. believed to be a sutHcieut guaranty, indeponJcutly of the uuqualiGed worthy of consideration. that a postponement of this subject to another I it u believed a very accurate statement of the receipts and expenditures
Avery offered the following as an amendment to the original approval and commendation of tLo com 1.siion appointed to approve session of the General ._erabljr! virtually nullifies this ri Lt- fur the last fiscal year, with such remarks and explanations upon '_ .
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resolution : or disapprove of the work, as their judgments might dictate. From which you alone, under 8i..tir circurnslaaccs, have the power to re. each item in the ciid'turea; ; appended as a sense of duty may have 0 ,f.
Add the words "by the Senate" after the word afterwards.On these consideration, it i. earnestly but respectfully recommended More. demanded. From a critical examination cf the expenses of the Government I

the question of the adoption of the amendment, the ayes and that no additional legislation, (at least of a public nature and in repeal In connection with this subject of the Judiciary system: ray alien- since its organization, it will: be found that no material difference i
floss were called by Messrs. Fairbanks and FIord, and were as follows of the acts competing the Digest,) may be had ut the present tion Lit been directed, at tae request of many respectable citizens exists iu any of the items of expenditure, for the years '45, fi
t : .euion, unleilsuch legislation will be obviously productive of yosilivt; to another important change in t lh.' organization our Courts-Lere to- '16, '17, with the single! exception of the items of expenditure for I:
Ayes-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, Burritt, Lorri- public good.; It would seem to be wise policy at least to allow experience t fore recommended at the adjourned term of the first General Assembly.I Criminal Prosecutions and contingent expenses of Courts. These,

mer McMillan, Moseley, Sanderson, Smith, Tracey, Walker, Watts to test the inefficiency of this work-a work of ,..)try. in. submit this to you, a seco.id' tune for your consideration: on accountof iu my judgment, demand of the General Assembly a thorough inves i.E11
-13. and talent 'before ue attempt to improve it by J Initiation of its great utility and importance. 1 .il.'udc t to a separate ChanceryCourt. tigation. They are large. The increase In one year has beea
Noes-Messrs. Fairbanks, Floyd, Priest, and Tabcr-4.Bo ergy expediency. ttuon, the many advantages of this measure which will oc without a parallel. Independently! of the salaries of the Judges, ;

the amendment was adopted. doubtful The collection and arrangement of the Statute of Great; Britain rf cur lo !you I will cOlt ne mslfto! one only ; and upon this point my (which it will he remembered, are placed at the minimum sum authorized .
The resolution as amended was then adopted. force in this State, contemplated! in tho provisions of! lie supjk'tnei- cnn observations Luve confirmed ,the reports ofthos better qualifiedfrom I by the Constitution,) the amounts alone of the Contingent 'I_
motion the Senate then to the election of a Printer. and interested. >!ost of of the exceed the of
On proceeded tar act referred to, have nut yet been completed, but will receive the their position tojuJge, more directly and Criminal expenses Courts entire expenses ;
S. and Smith & Bartlett were nominated. The vote in Courts of and which for the 1816. The of
S. Sibley attention of the Commissioner; at au early day. thE suits our involving large amounts property, the General Assembly year aggregate sum .
va as follows : prompt In the annual to immeJUlo piedeccwiOrs, I felt it render necessary the eu\wmatioi and discussion of the more abstruse these expenditures throughout the State, fur the fiscal year ending '
For S. S. Sibley Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, to be duty to recommend message tLe your following amendments lo tie Constitution principles of the law, are, technically shaking, to be found on the 31st October, 1846 is 83,362.31; and for the }ear ending 31st Oc 1
Burritt, Lorrimer, McMillan, Moseley, Priest Sanderton, Tracey, my of this State, to wit : equity side of the Court docket ; and yet it is believed to be a rule tuber, It?-17, $1SCG1 43, making an excess of expenditures for the

Walker, Watts-13. 1. Biennial, instead of annual, sessions of the General Assomhly, universally observed, (growing out of the existing sjstein,) to give last beyond those of he preceding year of 9,699 17, and exceedingthe
For Smith & Bartlett-Messrs. Fairbanks and Tabor-2. thereof amended precedence to law cases ; the cot.se< uence of ao far as my expenses of the General Assembly for the same year in the sum of
and the term of service of tho members so as to ( which
Blank, Mr. Smith. conform thereto. observation has extended, Las ever been in all where this *1,503 20. l

Mr. Floyd was excused from voting.Mr. 2. A residence of six months, instead of two years, within tLo system is in force, to postpone the more important business to the In conclusion I may remark that, although the expenditures save ti"ti"cot {]
S. S. Sibley wu declared duly elected Printar to the prevent State, as a necessary qualification to suffrage. very last hours of the Court, which is then disposed of hatiily, aud thus been increased in the last year nearly ten thousand dollars, it is

tassion. 3. So amend the pith section of the 5th article, that the electionof in most cases unsatisfactorily ; or from necessity continued from term doubted, if there should be prompt collection of the entire assessment i;
Mr. Fairbanks offered the following: Judges of the Circuit Courts be hereafter made directly! by the to term, to the great detriment of the rights of the parties. I will of the taxes for the same time, the balance, after deducting the
Resolved, That the compensation of the Printer of tha Senate be people by general ticket from the entire Slate, without in other roes not enlarge upon this topic. The experience of every lawyer and many ordinary expenses for collection, will be found adequate to the wants I'
now determined. interfering materially with the alternating system as at present a long-suffering suitor, will furnish evidence of what I have stated, of the Government. But I have no hesitation in saying (and my .
Which was adopted. pects established by law ; and that the term of service should not continuemore and of its injurious effects. Many of Loth cases, have seen an entire duty to the public would seem to demand it of me,) that if any additional .
Mr. Fairbanks offered the following: than ten nor less than five years. day devoted to tho trial of some petty uf for some trifling mis. burthen shall be imposed upon the Treasury, increasing thereby t''
Resolved, That the Printing of the Senate, during its present aes- It is a gratification to embrace this opportunity to advise you of demeanor, or to establish the relative rights of parties to property of the annual) expenditures of the Government to any considerable extent ,
!>;$ ";n, be executed by S. S. Sibley upon the following terms, to wit : the adoption, in part of these recommendations, by tho last General less value than the costs incurred ia the investigation ; when after. there must be a corresponding increase in the receipts, or the creditof
That he furnish 500 copies of the Journals of the Senate at $2 Assembly, (and of their publication in tho public journals of the State, wards a single hour of the Cert (usually from exhaustion and the want the State must necessarily be depreciated. The diets are before '
That be shall execute the miscel. conformity of law. The establishment The of the of the Court of tbe State has ''
t5 cents per page of 550 words. amendments by body ) but this gratification on the one part, is property and resting on complicated questions cost Reports Supreme
bills Scc., at i cent jour ; Court would correct these evils, been from various fit for the consideration .
tneous printing of the Senate, such as reports with on the other that the amendments were of 1 separate Chancery suggested sources as a subject
!tier 100 words counting 75 copies. coupled not adopted to a the deep full regret extent of the recommendation.The and fiord ample time and opportunity for the deliberate administration of the General Assembly. The decisions therein are the law r I
Which was adopted.Mr. first amendment provides that the members of the house of of justice. I am aware, of course, that the proposed Court would of the land, a knowledge of which cannot be I less important to the ,#.
the of the Senate be author. additional which should not be incautiously in. than tho Statute Laws. V. i
Fairbanks moved that Secretary shall be chosen by the qualified voters: and tail! involve an expense, people
Ized to purchase stationery for the Senate, not to exceed the sum of serve Representatives for the term of two years from and after the day of the first curred. Bat if the advantages are such as I have been induced to Having thus recommended such measures of domestic policy at f

fifty dollars. election under the amended Constitution, and no longer; aud t the sessions suppose( I have reason to believe that a very brief experience would were deemed entitled to a claim upon the consideration of the Repre- y j
the above revolution by striking'j the Moreover, the of the entative3 of the submitted under the conviction that
Mr. Lorriirer moved to amend of the General Assembly shall be biennial, awl commence on r'c'mci1"cr person to expense. expense People, they are
words exceed the of dollars. l he thrown those who would derive not these but such additional advisa- J I Ibe
.\ out the not to sum fifty the 4th Monday in November in each and every ear, or at such might measurably upon only subjects as you rn.11tbink > '
benefit from it and who would doubtless, rejoice to will receive consideration. *ji'
Which amendment was lost. other time be prescribed by law. The second amendment most immediate proper t
"Mr. Avery moved to amend by striking out the words fifty dollars," designates as the may first Monday in October, in each and every second incur a small additional (expense in exchange for the delays, embarrassments : Within the present year, three requisitions for Volunteers for tie 1r s
j and inserting twenty dollars." the day on which elections shall be held for members cf die and other inconveniences; to which they are now subjected service of the United States have been forwarded to this departmentof
as
Which amendment was lost. year House ef Representatives or on such other day as May be directedby from the present system. It iI."tie\.td that a ta of five dollars upon the Government. It is really and truly gratifying; to he enabled to
Mr. Lorrimer moved to amend striking out the word fifty," and law. The third amendment provides that Senators shall be chosen every suit; with a small aduitioua! ppr centage on the amount finally inform joii that they were met with a promptness worthy of all commendation. ;
Inserting "ten." the qualified electors for the term of fours Yt'ari. not differingin recovered, to be ascertained in some motle readily devised, would When it is remembered that our State! had so recently j
lost. by the of the Court, and, I think, been the theatre of almost without for Its
Which amendment WAS other from the existing Constitution. The fourth amcuJ- neatly, I perhaps entirely r pay expenses a war a parallel savage
the original resolution, It was lost. respects barbarities, and for its and influences nil the
TLe rote being taken on ment for the classification of the Senators so m tocaiibrni, ( give general sti fdctiou. withering deadly upon
On metis of Mr. Avery, it was the provides third amendment in the extension of their term of service from At the first session of the General Assembly, a resolution was elements of its prosperity, it i is deemed complimentary to our fellovr-
Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate be authorized to fur. to adopted authorizing the Executive to appoint and competent persons citizens that under such adverse circumstances these calls upon their 4

nub stationery to the Senate in an amount not to exceed twenty dollars. !. two The to four years. in substance tho amendments as agreed to by to act and confer with persons to be appointed by the Executives patriotism and gallantry have been made. In remarking upon this

I the last foregoing General Assembly are to the 4th article of ths Constitution.: If of Georgia aud Alabama, as commissioners to run and mark the boundary subject' I will not forego the present opportune occasion to bear testimony .

Which was adopted.Mr. it should be the of the Legislature now in session to establish line between the States of Georgia, Alabama and Florida, in to tho gallant spirit, which, from every portion of our Southern
Tabor moved to adjourn until to-morrow, at 10 o'clock, A. M. biennial instead pleasure of annual sessions, the adoption of the first conformity with the treaty)' of 1795, between Spain and the United Peninsula State, has manifested itself for tbe energetic prosecution of

Which motion was;lost. clause of the first amendment, u to the term of service of members States. 1 regret to have to inform you that in regard to the line b the war with the Mexican Republic manifestation not in word,
On motion of Mr. Fairbanks the Senate adjourned until 3 o'clock, of the House and of the entire second amendment, as to the day and tween Georgia and this Slate, Commissioners were appointed on but ia action. Notwithstanding combination of influence*, all having 1
P. M. of election, will necessarily follow. By the thud amendment part of both, who, after a protracted effort to carry iuto effect the ob. a direct tendency lo dampen the ardor diminish the resources 4 '

year it will be seen that the Senatorial term is extended from two to fouryears. ject of the resolution, eventually separated without having accomplished aud paralize the energies of our fellow ciftzcns for many consecutive ;
'3 o'ca oci:. l P. M. In regard to this amendment I may remark that although it that object. This information having been communicated to your years they have gallantly rallied at their country' call In numbers r
Mr. Fairbanks gave notice that be would, on some future day, uk it the privilege of and be considered an imperative duty Imposed immediate predecessors, with the correspondence and report of the proportioned to our military strength, that will bear an enviable comparison ,
leave Io iatroduce the following bills viz: the Executive, to may recommend such amendments to the Consti. Commissioners, and no mew instructions having been received ,In relation with any of the Sovereignties of our great Republic. Witk-
# A bill ao altering the Constitution of this State as to make the eea- lotion upon, as in his judgment the public good may demand, that privi- to the subject, no farther attempt at negotiation has been made. out stopping either to count the coat of the war, or to investigate the
"on of the General Assembly biennial instead of annual extend no farther. Such at least, was the construction placed The cane, doubt and u uncertainty u to the true line still exist. The truth of Senatorial denunciations that it Is II unjust" unholy" and '
Also a bill so amending the Constitution of this State as to extend leg the of the Executive by himself and by the General subject is again referred to you aa a matter of deep concern not onlyto "anti-christian," they have volunteered io the common cam of their 1
to all free white inhabitants being citizens ef the United States who upon powers at its, last session-namely, that the General Assembly the people of the Satf but more especially' a to those who live in common country, with a determined zeal and patriotism becoming
Assembly
wall have resided within the Stale one year, the elective franchise.Mr. all 1,intents a convention of the people when amendments to the immediate a line heretofore run and marked from El. American citizens and have thus added new lustre to the honor of
he would askleave was to licott's mound,near the source of the St. rt. giver, to junctionof their Slate. ,
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Sanderson gave notice that, on some future day, 1 the Constitution were under consideration,and ai such entirely independent lie :
.' 1 to introduce the following bill, I'iz: of the Eieoothe. But to recur to the amendment in q'1ea1' the Hint and Chattahooclio $ \en Conreu i taring made prori&ian to meet the expense oVo1us t

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p. -- -- himself slavery durable
-- elective declares oppowd certainly not
1 the tb b ,
its first and ordered iecond resided within this State one year, toted*,
their assrmlilin the Whchwasplaced to
contracted previously to :; at placef upon reading a
What
cr companies: : a* also to the acquisition of more lenitO. quantity agricultural ,
franchise. 0 Bvck
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rendcvoo, ricept on conditions hereinafter refrrred to ; antI no reading to-morrow. "- has the South to to this: What mean Ibis declaration t his policy would and F'os I
Constitution of cay ; therefore
kt The President announced the followingStandlog Conimillics Also, An act to amend the ruir. }
: pfIi.iOl.buing; beea made bjr the State for companies heretofore re- : b Ili
: this State to make the sessions of the ol the great embodiment" of whiggery AI law of supply and demand, these p "
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to as
7j: q crireJ it ;h must varnerflj recommended that a Resolution! may beaJopted STANDING COMMITTEES FOR TIlE SENATE, General Assembly biennial instead annual. .Southern statesman, who i the acknowledged i ing to large (o th number
o
coutuner
: by you autboriiing the payment of these claims. Their re.cognition Which leader of hi* party ? he again lo b a candidate would necessarily let*. breadrtB&r p
the of the State it would would be but an AjToirted by the Frfildtnl under the Rule of the Sena motion prevailed. I b .
t
ou part cem,
> read tor Presidency, and is be taking position with wool not benefitted
Mr. Burritl moved that said bills be a th b the protect;
.
& t act justice to our gallant VoJuntrer, under circumstances ; but Enrolled BUJt.Messrs po 0
> any Judiciary. second and third lime as of tho first day ; referen-e to that fact 1Ve can see no other IUm policy.A
k hen it it knowu that of them were without the pecuniary meansto Burritt Messrs. Fairbanks .
many the Sooth and al
Which "motion prevailed, and said bills reas n for his opposition to to cotton England. rrufmcr almo.tj1
cent
meet their unavoidable:! it becomes a matter which not Sanderson Brett the
eipensrs read the second and third times of with the North. Believing that North present condition rf her industrial
were lance th pursuits,
addresses itsefto: ,this but places it tb! ? bigtsr .
j only upoit Floyd.
i l. your symp; Floyd. the of the day, and ordered to read a the power, he must b manornvering to avail upon having a large supply of it, and there
.
claim undooLtrd: ; ri;'ot. It will be amen, by referring to a Ilefoluti Stale of the ConmonvrrMh. Claims and Account frt b i 1e.
5a first, and third time, as of second himself of that It Wtbe last et orthe die country to upply her bat oar*.
: : n of Ccngrrss approved on the :U uf March last, that the SecretaryT Measrs. Sanderson, Messrs. Brett, te pe. O.1 a
I and be throw of a ruined gam will consume a large .
Monday portion
reading, on make desperate very .
War js retired to rcfacJ to the States incurred undersimilar Lorrimer Moseley nelt pr"
expends On motion of Tracy, the Senate adJourned bIer. Without doubt the whole proceedings at the tire tariff here cannot alter rid her of thj.gsity.
cirC'.1mfsnc.icb would seem to i imply a payment pre Brett. Smith. O Men.
until Monday next at 10o'clock, A.M. meeting in Lexington were had with reference to Now, while (hi lithe it
case, would
.. .4 viwuly, trade! by tIe Stte. Whatever: construction may be [jut upon Corporations. Amendments and Rerision of the b t th*
his nomination ( the
again or Presidency. merest folly to that her demand
..; the RrsoJu: rffcrred to, may h:? a rr.attrr of adjustment hereafter Messrs. Floyd, Const lut.Cnl. say would Do a&tt
: t l Mwecn the! IVc'eral) and State Goteramentt. The expenses cf the Smith, Messrs. Tabor, THE FLORIDIAN. The people of the South should b put on their the price of cotton. Then the qotttion is, w)4!

::4 Volunfec.Comnanies! : from KloriJa, trerc incurred the call cr the Moseley. :McMillai: guard a to hi* position. He says nothing about the our manufacturer give a higher price for itk
------ --- Wilmot the deduction from
but
and their services hare been renG? red in i obe. Proviso legitimate Egland'* embarrassment would render it
.. : authorities: of the Slate! ? Schools and CdZee. :. Austin. Beenory
,
1 ) "LKT Ui ALONE. his expressed views, is, that he i is in favor of that for her to give ? Would
,:: : dience to the! call. From ,ItCh premises ths responsibility cf the Messrs. Avery, Executive Department Je they give high price,

State to rscoji.irc these cbinm! in the f.rsl instance, would seen to Sanderson, Messrs.\ Austin, November 27 1847. odious measure. He say he is oppot to the tz regardless of the price in Wber markets ? TLefr
;uion.Ahbo Saturday, tension of Then suppose the war should interests would forbid this, and sore it is,
be the ooljr Intimate con Smith. Lnrrimer, la'r. they ar*
:) h immediate! i is ia % wch! end in the acquisition of territory, what would be not the persons wins would work against their.
Or irc : concern It'iation; upon Propos !()?* and Gricranccs. Avery.: Florida Laud Salei. ,

: matters al L!: Slat in its indt':1de.t' : cApa<=i'l, a di.tly and n.dusi Messrs.! McMillan! Militia. We call the attention of tbe newspaper which do ? J he is opposed to extending slavtry would interests. But, even if they attempted it, the market .

I q*. ,", lr jatciested i yet, S une nf Ih ao.cieitHc; 8 cf the Federal Priest, Messrs. Tracey= hare been rcoucsted to copy the Florida Land Salt be not forbid that slave should be carried into the here would soon b glutted, and then, of coarse,

i ( IoTcrflrneflt, \\p ca ,'c: he iwitT'rt chht'r to the pricdf'es! upon I Walts. Walker, to the additional Landj offered by the Regi.ter. They new territory ? If not, bis opposition would b prices would fall. A* to cotton, too, therefore,
Ic.Jl bai-d the influence and effect cf such nugatory. Well, what is this but Wilmot Proviso- a protective tariff woold not its
,,rhicb i its l legation 1= M or to Internal Improtxtncnlt. Floyd, are particularly! requested to make the advertisement help producer

: legislation -:n put i iM n practical o ulio&1. *Vitb.ut again recurring Messrs. Moseley, Taxation and Rerexu*. in thrir papers correspond the time of the sales, ism? Let no man shrink from seeing the trutk-it We have said nothing of the rank injustice cf %

*1 to the Iradisg i tnec.v.rcs of the Natirxal Administration:! ; : I take Tracey, :Messrs. Watts, & .,with the notice in this day's! is even a fact, that Henry Clay avow a doctrine protective tariff; but this consideration should D

thiJ occa!icn lo le nark that tbe \i io-.vs which 1 bare heretofore expressed Tabor. Burritf, paper. which amounts to nothing more, nor less, than the b overlooked. I i i. enough for our present pa,.
;
. -f.. in relation to there, have in no instance been charged ; but Elections. Smith. Legislative Proceedings.] Proviso 8 fraught with ,danger to the South, and pose merely to have shown,that.as a matter of tea.porary'expediency .

I. : on the contrary. tbeir! soundness has been attested experience and Messrs. Priest, Federal Relations.Avery Both branches of tbe Legislature were orgnize heretofore supposed to b so odious to every South : in foreign emergencies, it woL

;. ,.; observation; Ja regard, however, to the War with Mexico, :t i is toT Messrs. Lorrimer, on Tuesday last. In tbe Senate, the Hon. era man. I hare no advantage orer the prevent .

-- '''u?'- vmi w.nrce of tfcrn and unfd n.d ragr.t that each and *V,,!ker. Fairbanks, LEAN, of Walton county was chosen President on t I is true, he at the same time avow opposition fact, even tbe argument we have adduced wasnnn*.

..: every pfiort on Ute pan ol tnc Atnonai government, nerotofors mad, Sanderson.Mr. the fut ballot. ; CHABLI-S W. Dovrni.iw,DeretarYI to acquiring mor territory ; hut this give us no re .until the whigs show that prices bare faQeq
to bring it to a hcppy and honorable termination, have been wholly SILAI W. Assistant lief the other should be
I Avery moved- S4DERSOl Secretary ; A. HEUSH on question. I territory blow what they were under tbe protective act
? unsuccessful. .\ succession rf : 0
t tictGresunurptedfortheir brilliany 1'it. That so much of the Governor's message as refers toamend- Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk W, W. acquire notwithstanding his opposition, a we be. 42. This is not the -ase. They cannot produce a f
either in ancient modern times :leaves but little
.. or : room to doubt meets of the Constitution, be referred to the committee OB Vmend- T4'LR. Sergeant at Arms, and A. G. }McLaAc lien it will be, then he must renounce opposition comparative table of price* to prove it, and.I far awe >
to tb* uithnntc Jesuit c.f this
.: ; as unequal content. ments and Revision of the Cqnstituticn.3d. : Messenger. In the Heuse, the Hon. J. B. LANCASTER to the extension of slavery or he must join Wilmot : have seen, they hare not attempted it.
;: The solemn declaration! of from other .
consideration
!!, 1
Ccngres apart That so much as refers to ths establishment of a Clancery ,of Dural,was chosen Speaker on the first ballot, to prevent its extension. I is painful to behold are crowing to soon. Yet the tariff of' '42 wa
mile! with ; :'u the annal cf its l
Lnpuralle'cd
: an unaniiclty legislation
;. : : tbtt" aflords Cour, and to the Reports cf the Supreme Court, b: rsferrcl to the over Dr. B. J. J. MITCHELL, democrat, of Jackson such a man in such a position. What is the South i so severely, tested a the present one It now. Then
TJ.C WAK E IST nv THCY 0MEXICO, an-
JI Committee on the Judiciary.yd. county. Mr. WM. B. LANCASTER was elected Chief to do, when her own children are turning against : was no great commercial crisis in England to try j
;:; \ That so much as refers to the Northern boundary of tic State, Cleik ; R. H. HARDIC, Assistant Clerk; WILKIXMX her ? We repeat, that our Southern people should Still, with this disadvantage against it, the ,
1 direct I'i ':ctoio.14 i krpto tie i: cl?r'u'y' cifbdmw: from the fields
P be referred to the committee the State of the CALL and Clerk be warned-loudly warned-against this dangerouserror I cratie tariff holds
on :: Commonwealth.lib. Engrossing Enrolling ; Eev. S. B.Fosua. up pril equal to their former
a.d
:i : ? ut'their fame and their gory ; frcm a cunfst: thu solemnly derlareJ .
% to be 'brought about by tl: e zcit of ,ti adsvr'arv, MITJIOI-T ix: That= so much as refers to tie grants of public land nade by Messerger and Doorkeeper, and W. J. ATWATER of this ambitious man. TLey cannot watch rate. I this nothing to boast of-nothing ia its

I... tbo Federal Gorerr ment tote state; for Seminaries of Leaning and ,Sergeant-at-Arms. to closely one, who thus in his mad career, forgets favor-nothing to silence whig party, clamor i
E31MTV roS. THE PAST, All: ) SF.CCRITY FOR TilE FLTCKC. If SUcJindemnity :,
[ .; shall: l lie secured by the acce!eion of terlorj, (of which! Comraoa Schools! bo referred to the committee on Schools aid Collegei. Tbe Editor of this paper were elected printers to thepand of his father and of his home, while pan. Teir1bleRetribulen.I1enryIThist1ercneotunfortunate ti

the Senate, and the Editor of the Sentinel printer to dering to the prejudices of those who are our enemies. ,
\ there can be bvit little doubt,) it is believed that any act cf ,bs National men bung at Chapultep deserter
a
Sib. That much relates Internal a ,
o as to Improvement, be riferred the ilouse.
.' : Legislature which shall apprcpriite tech territory to the use ofone bad been guilty of a crime almost not
the commiltre Internal Im i quiteheinous ts
to on r. tment. The Mess&ge of His Ex-ellency the Governor was
of ths : the exclusion! ; ofa:1othcrorllkL
portion cctifeOeracy to as that for which he wa executed
New Hampshire. wit-
.: 6ib.! That so much as relates to the fisheries, be referred o the received and read, and in the Senate one thousand
ia its shall! ztd fun-Jampntft
provisions ani.et a* an express ] ccnditianlo ccrnmlKee: on Propositions Grievances. The Whigs in this State have nominated a their that of cheating the printer! The Bridgton (N..1.)
copies were ordered to be printed for the of the
the iiion such that neither involun.! use
arqti< of territory, slavery nor be
Chronicle stands
: candidate for Governor, NATHANIEL BERRT the charged open their bools
7th. That so much as relates: to tbe Militia be referred lotke says
committee member We have no room in our of to-day
scrvituJe sba-l exist in Ibr paper
tary : ever any part, except l crime thereofIhe for and
candidate of the This is the first timein advertising printing. much for
the Militia.eth. t abolitionist. S
: on to of this document it descries. We '
t-hall first be c.ct..J"-that; and all speak com
p duly with a
party any acts holding from the printer his .
the history of in that State, that the regular had earned
S .ucli praviions, uoa''J' I bs u.urp&iions,: of power net delegated! by the! That to much as relates! to the finances of tbe State, be referred mend it to the careful perusal of our readers. The candidate of tbe parties abolitionists has been taken up all n ho do s.were visited dIeQtypp
to the committee: on Taxation and Revenue.Otb. important suggestions of the Governor will no doubt th
t ia their
.Cflll"tituion-Jll'qual, unja; am: cpprcii\s effects aud to
it
; Thit so much refers to the incurred of r by either party. His election may be considered a sme jwtie have a tendency to diminish I
: as
.. \\bich that portion cf the confederacy, thus insulted: abused! and in. expenses account receive due consideration from the Legislature.It ; such crime ? I
fixed fact the democrats in Convention t
\
a especially as
jurC'l', can never content without:; an: icglorioui turrendsr nct onhIf the Voluatear Companies, be referred to the committee on Claims I ii too eaily: I in the session for the introductionof i

: lbir re rved rig'its, but cf those griarautied by the loiter anJ Epirit and Accounts. much business, but we think that next week tbe have truckled to the abolitionists by adopting a 0:l-The Florida lt-al comes to u ia a new and
: 10th. That so much as refers to our National affairs be referred to Wilmot Proviso resolution. They had better have handsome address.
i : of tbu National Compact. I business of the session will commence in et. Succes to it.
," I have the honor to be, the committee oa Federal: Relations. er nominated Berry also. I they find it impossible to

: Which! rnoJoa prevailed and the references ordered. Death of Lieut. Stewart. b honest they had a well jump at once into the Correspondence of the llllttQ Cevritr

i S .. Very Your respectfully obedient; :Mr. Avery moved that the committee on the Judiciary b. instruct. We regret to be compelled to announce the death current and sink with th rest. They have ingloriously WASHINGTON, Nor. IS, 1S47..

: W.ssrrarjt'J. ed to bring in a bill! t4J amend an act: entitled \n Act to provide for cf Leut.: D-M. STEWART. jr., of the Florida Vol. surrendered one of their strongest points to Mr. Clay's speech and resolutions in regard to lie

.. EU't'Tln OJTICB, NovrsniEB 22, 1917. 3IOSELEY.t. tie! Election cf Electors cf President and Vice President of the U&itcdState' unteers. He died in Vera Cruz, on the night of the their enemies, and they must expect the fate of those much Mexican attention.war, are Mr.before Clay us,proposes and. of course Deitbe.atn ar

G 1347"so have the said inst. He the son of Gen. D. M. STEWART, who manifest such weakness-total defeat. is
approved January as to act conform 3 .a I ret tbe war, nor to take a line,and he doe expbot.ly .

Which was: reaJ, and; oa mttion of Mr. Fairbanks, ono thouatd to the law of the United States: entitled .' An Act to establish a uniform formerly of Georgia, but now of Columbia county, letter to die in the breach in defence of right, thanto : condemn the policy of accepting any Mexieu

.. copies! were ordt-rcd:! to Lc printed. time for holding Elections for Electors of President and Vice ia this State. His sudden decease will fall upon triumph by trampling rpon the rights of others. territory by way of indemnity. He" does cocdcaa
the for tbe
: Oi iJK tIoi: of .'Ir. Walts, 'itSrs."ats: Rurillt, and Fairbanks: President in all the State of tbe Union, approved January 23, IH5.! his venerable and respected father with overwhelming To us, it will be a matter of no moment which of the ot I policy propagating"acquiring; slarerj.territory But no such purpose pur

won appointed a committee! to prepare Rules! for the government of 'J r. Flojd gate notice that be would on some future day ask leaveto ef ct. Vie sincerely sympathize with his af. candidates may be elected. been avowed by any party or by any ndfdoaL h

the Senate during tho present 5ueion."I I introduce the following bills! : flicted relations. Lieut. S. was a young gentleman Te S.uth Carolina Senators took I
A bill lo be eutitIedn act to alter and the Constitu- amiable and of Losses i Mexico.In late s.ion. in opposition to the increase
On motion: of Ir. Smith, ordered that fivo hundred. copies of tho so change manners, gave promise distinguishing but if to hare clu.
- Documents accompanying the Governor' Message be printed. tion of the Stale as to allow! the qualified electors of this State to elect himself! i the profession he had voluntarily the official despatch'of Gen. SCOTT to the War ritory to take; it, without we were restriction teritor. admissiosofslaveiy. they

:, On motion of. Ir. Tabor, the Senate adjournad until 1 to-norro\v: at the Judges of the Circuit Courts by general ticket.A chos n. He was cut down, ere he had an opportunity Dpatment,date IStb September,our I losses in killed But the Northern and a Western prnuo, e

10{) o'clock, A. 51. bill, to be entitled, An act to abolish the pay of the Adjutant of meeting the foe. Vera Cruz has proven a and wounded, since the arrival of the army under slavery restriction party are all in favor of acquiring

r.;, General of this State.: tomb to many a gallant spirit that looked for death his immediate command in the I basin of Mexico," territory. They bare no I purpose of propagation

A bill, to bo entitled An act to fur ihs of Jurors. set down at viz killed, 353 wounded slavery, but they have in view the restriction u
II- provide payment only on the battle field. A brief obituary notice of are 2,713 : ; tbe ultimate extinction of slareiy. It does Dot

: nu n WcoxrsPAV: ,. XoTe.-rbor v --24. P .1817.*... no,. ..... .... ** Mr. Fairbanks, offered the following":- the subject of this short paragraph, copied from the 2211; mining 65-total 2713. In the various bat- pear from Mr. Clay's resolutions, whether be i is Ip
.:: l in invited, delivered fr'Lieut.; -*.*:-Ay J.c.- > V '. *'ri 7".J '"-*.Crrrx ,,u 11 TjJtrrtu. will found in the tla,our UMM vr r. a follows : Battle of CoutrerasChurubusco favor of taking Mexican territory .indemnit a
A b
;; cppropri&te tl. Florida .
I ", prayer. quorum being ti. 'UaTUly citizens of in the teruce of the appropriate column. ace., ;,-,i men eng.gcu- .., bnt it d__ .?{>.that he is in & .-
preentthc proceedings of yesterday were read cnd appnnvd. United tilalet.. : cuting the Mexican war till Mexico shall be wilLej

r Agreeably) to previous notice, Mr. Fairbanks introducedthe! follow. I Resolved by the Senate and House Representatives: of the State Iou County. ACGC.19.,877 including-Killed.62 137.officers.including Misting 14 officers.Wounded ( to make peacethat is, indefinitely! ; and who caa

' ing bill, viz : of Florida, in General Assembly convened, Thai the Governor of this We understand that the Committee on Elections bahly killed,) 23 rank and file. Total 7 9. pro; tell what are to be the results of such a war? T.

.. An act so to amend the Constitution: of this! State as t(, extend to State procure and cause to be presented to Major William W. Lor. in the House have decided that neither of the claimants Battle of Molino del Rey 3251 men engaged- the attempt surge to define of the,them sea ,that would they be shall a idle not a lash to ny t.

.0 all free white male: inhabitants, being citizens of the United States, ing, of the United States army, and Lieut. Mathias C. Maria, of the for the seat from Calhoun, is entitled to it, and SEPTEMBER S.-Killed. 116, including 9 officers. shore. II we are not to fight for territorial inema tb

.s .. who shall have reuiJed: within this State one year the elective fran United States navy, Swords suitably inscribed, in testimony of the have consequently referred tbe matter back to the Wounded, 665, including 49 officers. Mating, IS ty it is dittcult to say what we shall fight O
chise.e rank and file. Total'5' the whole it doe not that Mr. Clay
appreciation entertained by the pecple of this State, for their distinguished people. Mr. presented a certificate from appear h
An act to amend the Constitution of Aluot Battle before and capture of the City of Mexico taken grounds sufficiently defnite. in regard to
this State and t
so as to make the gallantry services in tho war with Mexico, the expense the Judge of Probates, which stated that he had received war and its to form of
sessions of the icucral Assembly biennial instead of of the to be from the 7,150 men engaged resuls. pubicjur.
: annual. same paid Contingent Fund. a majority of the legal returns, but one of ment. the speech, when appear
I ,' On motion, the first reading was dispensed with, and ordered for a Which was read the first lime, and ordered fora second reading his competitors, Mr. RICHARDS, had received another officers.SEPTEMBER 12.13,14.703-, including Killed.130,including 10 a authorized by Mi. Clay, wi supply all the
deficiencies that ,
8eclnd.reading. to-morrou' J oune G ofceri.Jin are now referred
certificate from the Judge, which him file. Total f .
gave a rk > Mr. Calboun has affirmed
;, as Mr.Chaplain ofrimcr to the moved Senate that during the Rev.its !Mr. Choice session.be invited to act On motion, the Senate took a recess until 3 o'clock, P. M. majority of the'legal: and illegal returns. The investigations Grnd total of losses,2,713 including 353 officer to end the war by taking a boundary a positive, and proposition holding it,

.: present of the Committee, to which the whole Webster has taen a definite gound-n wa
Which was adopted. 8 O'CLOCK, p. )I. matter English Failures, Tariff; Ac. no more slavery,ad more
the
I : On motion of Mr. Lorrimer, Messrs. Lorrimer, Floyd, and McMil The following message was received from his Excellency lie GOT. neither claimant was committed ought to ntife be admitted.Hos We have that The decline in the price of our great staple,cotton, democrats much hare taken their gound-n slavery-but

i j.' lan were appointed a committee to wait upon the Rev. :Mr. Choice ernor : well in that of breadstufis, the a territory u pl
and not heard the evidence upon which the report of a a cneu.nt upon of Mr Clay are not yet made know
P. ,1- sent invite session.him to officiate as Chaplain: to the Senate during its pre: ElECCTIVB DEPARTttrST, ) the Committee wa bised, but presume it wa:sufficient failures and commercial ditrt in England,is point. A business panic, it is said, is abut to b crete
in New York and other .
I Northern
November 26, 1817. $ to decide Calboun not entitled ed to by many of the opponents ot our present revenue
is. to
.' 1 .1' Mr. Fairbanks gave notice that! ho would, on some future day, ask Gentlemen of the Senate a Repecn.tati"e measure evidence of its failure to The bank hare become .lame and are fortiffing .
until the voters the 1 a concu.iv
legally qualified voters
It
J leave to introduce a bill4o be entitled, An act to make the and House v.ition. great relief to I"
; certificates of Representatives : answer tbe promise of its te!. The whig poli.
.f the should indicate with more distinctness who should ado money i( the Legislature of New York
Treasurer of this! State receivable in payment of public dues. I herewith transmit to the General Assembly Report of the be the guardian of their interests in the House. cy of a protective tariff, it is urged, is the safer one; would, as has been proposed,authorise the banks Is
M
Ir. floJ'dgare notice that he would, on some future day, ask leave Adjutant and Inspector General of iho State, enclosing the Reportof The affair will not be decided, and the member elected but it is worth while to enquire a little farther into the issue notes upon Government securities depita
lo introduce the
with
bills the
following viz: : the Quarter Master General. Comptroler. This would ,
A bill!! to he entitled, Au act lo authorize the here, until near the close of the session. present state of things in order that we may ascertain maintain Government, which most
qualified electors
: of Very Respectfully, whether the existence of a protective tariff under if the war continue. The Government Stock
each in this sute
County State to elect Judges of Probate.
W. D. MOSELEY. Mr. Resolutions. the embarrassments Notes will in all
Clay's present English would have Treasury probability, gs a
1 Also, a bill!! to be entitled, An act to the On motion
prohibit of Mr.
introduction of Sanderson, referred with the caused shade below very soon.
accompanying a different and better result the marketfor par
: dares in this State for hire documents The great high priest of whi, ery has at last given upon It is said
} belonging to non-residents to the committee on Militia. here that the Rothschilds hare t.paying
iI .Mr. Fairbanks offered the following resolution : Also the following : forth his oracles. Mr. Clay has sent out from Lexington our products.What twelve and a half percent for money in .

L I Jbsolced, That the Comptroller be requested to the a long string of resolutions, supported by a lau"t those embarrassments ? They are rope; and some three millions are to to thcof
' report number ExrccTivc DEPARTMENT: > universally attributable,principally,to from this country by tbe next packets. g
: of criminal' prosecution in each County in thii State the studied speech, to enlighten and guide the future railway speculations
nature of November
26 1847. J
) the prosecutions, and the amount of expenses of criminal pro CCU. Gentlemen of the Senate conduct of bis party. Seeing that there was difficulty in England, and to the speculations of Eng. CHANGES OF SENTIMENTS IN GREAT .E.
lists
lions audited by the Comptroller for each Circuit, and the amount and House of Representatives: in the camp, he comes forward to present the capitali.t in breadtut. These speculators Mr. Clay in the commencement of the.war, at ameeting

:' : paid in capital cases. I herewith! transmit to the General best means of removing it ; and remembering how had such an effect upon the monetary affairs of the at New Orleans, a he was reported at tl*
Assembly the Report of tho Southern country, that the Bank of England felt itself forced time took grounds in favor of every citizen
\\ readily many men were changed by his decde
J men was adopted. Attorney General of the Sute made the
: to Executive under the and for
," provisions Raleigh letter, in 1644, from advocates to to contract its and to pursue a policy supporting country, longed an opprtvai.
The committee: appointed to prepare: Rules for the government of of the 5th section of the Act of23d July, 1845, prescribing the opponents oprtions. ty to "slay a Mexican." Now Mr. Clay
: the Senate, during the present session, beg leave to report the rules duties of that office. of the annexation of Texas he does not doubt thata which oppressed money market,and thus caused war, and censures Congress for voting for M "ha

t! If the last cession, and recommend their adoption. declaration of bis views relative to the Mexicanwar the failure which are now forcing down the prices they knew to be a lie-that the war was by

: ... Which report was received and adopted. Very W.Respectfully D. will hare the effect now of bringing them into of our products, England being the chief purchaserfrom the act of Mexico." What has effected S material
MOSELEY.
with their brethren of the North. It i i. us. We are injured, then, by the distress a change in Mr. Clay's views ?
On motion
; the rule waived On motion of Mr. harmony prevailing
was and Mr. allowed Sanderson
: Avery to give referred, with the accompanying Mr. Webster, also, in in States
r notice that he would, on some future day, ask leave to introduce a documents, to the committee on the Judiciary.Also time the scattered elements of whiggery should b in England which disable* her to give us Senate said, .. if any IS6. th Unile were offered -

j :. bill to provide for the payment of jurors from the State Treasury. the following : uniting to prepare for another struggle, and. looking high prices. Now, no one will b wild enough to to Mexico, he bad n doubt she would be advisedto

'0.: On motion the rule was waived, and !Mr. Watts allowed to EXECUTIVE out from the shades of Ashland, he finds no leader say that the state of things across the waters has been peace; and if it were offered he for one should then
S give no. DEPARTMENT >
tice that he would, on some future day, ask leave to introduce bill November competent to the arduous task ; wherefore it becomeshis occasioned by our tariff. No one will pretend that b for a suspension of hostilities; but if Mexico pre
a 26, 1847. 3 a senseless persistance in war. why then w*
,t.-. to t'IJUitJlbb a iMtl law and a county aimclmium Idw. Gentlemen of the Senate duty to emerge from his retirement to again assume England now suffers on account of the reduction of ere' let her have war, and rigorous war,until ah*

: .' On motion, the rule was waived, and Mr. Sanderson allowed lopive and House of Representatives : Ihe reins of discipline. He reasons, that i our duties. Least of all would' it become the whig should b brought to her lenses." The only, misrik*

notice thai he would, on some future day, ask leave to introduce In conformity to a Preamble and Resolution relative to the his party cannot harmonize upon the views of any to say so, for they have all along insisted our that government has made in following outVebter' )
es.tablishtnent
u bill to amend an act entitled other leader tariff would greatly benefit her insomuch \ advice, is, that it did not prosecute
MAO act more particularly: to define of a complete Educational System, approved December surely tbe solemn annunciations of its that they Mr. Webster has also materially
41 : tvhoare retailer!! of spirituous liq'iors,"approved 21 1816 See laws great idol will not be disregarded.The even call it a British tariff.. will admitted,
January 1, 1917. ( pamphlet 2d session, page 83)) lIon. O. M. I b changed his views,and is even for witbdrawiog"P*
.
%; e : On motion of Mr. Saridcrsou, the Senate adjourned until tomorrow Avery and Walker Anderson, were appointed from tbe Western substance of Mr. Clay' resolutions is.that the then, that this democratic measure has not put England plies for carrying the war. Such changes of sentiment .

', :{ at 10 o'clock, :A. M. District ; Win. Marvin and Rev. C. C. Adams, from tbe Southern ; war was unconstitutionally forced upon the countryby in her present deranged condition. in great. men, in a single year, are etnrnarl.Plula. *

s'1q B. F. Whitner and J. E. Broome, Esq., from the Middle ; and Hon. the removal of' General Taylorfrom Corpus Christ! But. if whig doctrine b correct, a protective tariff LJgn.LOUISIANA

; .;: 'rnrRsnAr, November 25, 18-17. G. R. Fairbanks and \V. Forward, from the Eastern ; to report upon to the Rio Grande,.tlut it should not be prosecuted I in this country would have aggravated the existing ELECTION.

"0 The &-nttn met to adjournment. tbe object in view. I herewith transmit the Reports of three of the with a view to acquire foreign territory, nor shouldwe evil in England, and thus have caused a worse'effect The N. 0. Courier of the 12th inst. saj.>-1*

i ; :i- There not pursuant Commissioners, lIon. Wm. Marvin, 'V. Forward, and G. R. Fair. take any of her territory for indemnity, that the upon us. Thus England was obliged to send to us Louisiana Ihe democratic majority the late election
being: a quorum present, banks for the of for breadstuff, and under tariff she ia overwhelming. The whig hare elected! a
consideration of the General nten.iol slavery should be opposed, and that a whig could not
41'; ; On motion of Mr. Fairbanks the Senate Assembly.Very member ol of
; adjourned until tomorrow Congress in one district b a majority
hare for of them with her ,
Congress should declare for what paid so goods,
many
the we
:;L object war a 600
:: 10 o'clock, A. M.FBIDAY. Respectfully or 70. In the first dillric the dVmofraticcafl-
$. t. W. D. MOSELEY. shall be prosecuted, if, indeed it should think properto would have been supplied by our manufacturers, but didate, La Sere, is eletl by a majority which

r ; On motion of;Mr.\ Avery, referred, with accompanying documents, prosecute it any further. would have been compelled to pay more money and I. cannot be less than Jfr. HamanIn. anotn r

November 20, 1947. (to the committee on Schools and Colleges. How Mr. Clay,consistently with Ihe view expressed this would hare caused a greater pressure in th e staunch and able democrat, a majority of 700 i I.'

'45 The Senate met pursuant to adjournment.The On motion of Mr. Avery, ordered thai 500 copies of ihe above message in his Raleigh Jete.that the Rio Grande was the money market and a corresponding effect upon prices. the Ihld.but In we(he know fourth not, Mr his precise for democrat."

ii Rev. Mr. Choice officiated as Chaplain.A and the documents accompanying the same, be printed. proper limit of Tea can say that the march to that To avoid Ibis conclusion, the whigs must show that elete is elected we hare information majority---on .llch

quorum being present, the proceedings Wednesday were read On motion, the rule was waived, and Mr. Sanderson allowed, river was wrong or unconstitutional,we cannot per. the British market, under this tariff could have been we rely-his majority in the parish otNatchitKhea

and cpprovcid. agreeably to previous notice, to introduce a bill to be entitled, An act ceive. Certainly, if U be true that that river is the di.pense with altogether, or nearly 1; and this WM 150.

.fi, j Nuti-e being given that the lion. John Costen, Senator elect t:provide for the payment of Jurors. proper boundary of Texas, the administration, after they have never done, and, we are sure, cannot do. Accident Gibraltar. Tie ,U. S. friPrkiceton ,

#, I from ibe counties of Dada and Monroe, was present, on motion, Mr. Which was read the first time and ordered for to-morrow. Tea was annexed and became a pad of the Unite In thi respect, therefore, the tariff of '4G is better Commander a when at Gd1*

M t. (:ostcn presented lift certificate of Election from the Secretary of On motion, the rule was waived, and Mr. Lorrimer allowed. to in. State*,did nothing more than its duty in ordering our for u than would be any protective tariff.A raltar, was on 5th visited Engle by, Prince D Bedoff >
: Sjate, and was sworn according to the Constitution E. M.\ West traduce the following : our tariff did not Sep.
by army to take possession of the country up to its left awe the distress in Eng ; of salute of lbirU* >

p Esq., a Justice of (he Peace for Leon county. Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring, bank. Yet, i we understand Mr. Clay' view, the land, which ha* lowered prices, the only other inquiry one of the fired before a it* time, <

On motion of Mr. Fairbanks, the resolution adopted on Wednesday That the Senate and House of Representatives do go into the election whole difficulty, in his opinion, resulted from that is, whether a protective tariff would have guns look offthe arms guns of Thomas seaman.an

last, dispensing wiih the first reading of the following bills, viz :- for Comptroller of this State, on Tuesday next, at' 10 o'clock.Mr. ', act, which, moreover, was unconstitutional. H. warded off this effect any better than it h been Sir Robert Wilson Denni the

An Act so to amend the Constitution of this State as to extend (to Sanderson moved to amend by striking out the word "Tues must have been wrong in 1844, or he is wrong now, done ? hospital of iho port to Commander Englft

all free white male inhabitants, being citizens of the United States, day" and inserting Wednesday." or else the doctrine most prevail that the President A* to.bread.tuf would a protective tariff, in the use of aDd Prince Demedoff lt.I

v\ ho shall Live, resided within this State one year, the elective franchue .. Which motion prevailed.The violated the Constitution ia defending our own oil. withdrawing capital and labor from agriculture, so' tied 400 frnc Duois a tipon'tba unfortootte I

; resolution, as amended, was read the first time and ordered for He ought to explain which of these alternatives he decrease its product a to make the proportion between man Some correspondence year wk'c* 'j

. An Act td amend (be Constitution of ibis Stale so as to make thesessions a second reading. will adopt, before he can claim any merit for his denunciation the quantity of bredla& and the cumber of is given at length In'the pd. cs-

_ 'JftlM, General Assembly biennial! instead of annual l ; Mr. Lorrimer moved that the rule be waived and the resolutionbe of the Preid'nt,-before he can person to b red.confining tbem,u the Whig would of the accident fs known.

Was rescinded; and said bills placed upon their first reading, and read a second time ; mae people understand what basis be has for such e'e do,to .horn market, les than it now is,feeding, as Pride._"M/ no brethren," Swill, is
Which motion ,
second lost. si '
ordered for reading to-morrow. was
flj denunciations. we do, the Irish and British people 1 not, and of pride
Pursuanl (o previous uoticc, !tf Fairbanks introduced a bill to be Mr. Burritt moved to reconsider the bill entitled An act so to But, that part of Mr. Clay's views which relate th.r b any troth in the law of supply and I demand birth sermon of, richei.there and are of three I not rw*
entitled. An Act to make the certificates of the Treasurer of this mend Ihe Constitution of this State as to extend to all] free white laent. sa
to slavery and the acul.ition of territory, controlling price, ,th breadstuff would not sell of the latter Halle t t.
Srale icct-htble in of all public! djci male inhabitants being citizen of the United Butei wi b I peak orlO! :
payment ; who shall have deemed of more importance than any He higher[ than th'ty do now. But the truth it,it woold that abominable vice" .

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From the SI, Jvgwtine HeraiJ.MAJOR From tke CAor/erfnt.Mern;;. wte we fully rely.on aD deem it. conclu. FLORIDA. LAND SALES.TT71LL CftyHot4Tuee.' By the President of the Halted-

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: W. W. LORING. MR. CLAY'S LAST GREAT SPEECH." says that was standing in r" ,. "VTOTICJI! fetr .e iafarra ay friends and the I State* ,, 1
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hare bwn favored with the For some weeks past the Whig Pretsei of front of the church giving his orders when he iN patrons of this btba I h"llew it.a

\Ve perusal the North have been preparing the public two balls, one in his side and one in that it will b cdoe _m i
his i
officer receie
from this to
oft letter gallant HEMINGWAY, many years bee
mother in this city. It will be gratifying) to mind for a demonstrations on the part of Mr. eye.-N. O. Evening Mercury. cDe with F. class Hotels a the North, jJ j
Clay to which seemedto
they attach much
,
hit numerous friends in this State to learn that Parton.-We have seen it stated aD reDI11rm the American HotelD .Yorl ,
importance and which it not be consid. F1.in and
his wound has Gitireir healed over, and that may companies from Mississippi, at wi keep a ho.comfort spar
exertion to make his
ered unreasonable uncharitable no expense guests
is about to home on a leave of ahtfocf. or to suppose, the battle of Buena bya be ble I recommend o tbe house to friends and
he return was concocted and matured his Vista .come offered fur sale at Auction, on the 7th mv the I II
lie xvis expected to arrive in :Ne\ during recent Methodist minister. Just heCor VY Jay of March, 1M5, at 'the County Site of public. THOMAS BROWN. : J Ij
trip to the Eastward. The occasion selected I County East Florida, several tracts of Land, November 1, 1847. Iff Cm
Orleans OB the J5lh: inst. !Most gallantly has commenced, and whilst the troops were form Bntol 5TT- j
was a public meeting at Lexington, the placeof Township 21, Range 19. aud in Township 24,
all the
conducted himself and though in blood ing it is said he delivered the following pithy U. CITY HOTEL
Mr. residence last Range
Clay's on Saturday at ,
actions of Cerro Gordo, Pedri al, Coutreran which he made and offered prayer, at the head of his company: On the 14th day of March, the Court Hoes of pdratrancr ot law, I. JAMES K. POLK. Prudent i

Churubusco, and the storming of CLapultrpec, a speech a sen- Be with us this day, in the conflict, oh Marion Comrv, sundry tracts a of the United Satl of Americadr. h.rebf (
es resolutions, defining bis position on thereat Township 20 declare a;.o make known, that public land Ml will{
the of Vera 13. l'
addition to Cruz he
ia scigc LordVe! few and the
are
pas- are enemy many. Rang
held the
at Land Office ia
which jh ,
questions now agkatethe 13, 21, b un.-rmeatioe
country.We
red unscathed, it was at the Garita d" Brlen, Be with us thou wast with Joshua when he M OF .
have a brief abstract of the speech, and a 14, I 21, S.\TI J'LORWA. priu herml.tttl ;
the one of the resolutions!, in a despatch from our 22 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. At the Lud Office *7T.
at
ed his wound. His left arm was shattered Lj Ajalon, to smite the Amor es. We do net AUGUSINF.cmmencin t

a canister or grape shot, so that i it was necesurr Telegraph correspondent. They are strongly ask thee for the sun and moon to stand still, At Mason Court house, on Thursday. the :3d IN the management of this Hotel, the undnligt11 on Monday the Iventh d. .I :
Anti.War, and Anti-Slarery, and we think, Mach : use his best exertions to please next, for the di-pl ot the public lands within the
to amputate it above the elbow. well calculated to propitiate the Abolition feeling but grant us plenty of powder, plenty of day. & Township. Ran e. lie asks the public for their patronage. g un4-otntfvnt )' and part o t".b. .i

We hope our; Legislature now about to assemble light, and no cowards. Take old Rough and TbeSE4of 1 S 1 E WILLIAM HEMINGWAY. ,
now so predominant at the :North, and to l SW4o( 2,1, I, 1.I South of the base line amt Eatt the
will adopt some mode of showing its Ready under thy special charge. Amen !- November 1st, 1S47. 16 Cm of ,
appreciation of the gallant conduct of MajoJring strengthen Mr. Cla's chances as the Whig M-a-T-c-h !r NV4of2 I, 7. ... Herald, St. Augustine ; Gazette Newport; meridian. plcpl
nominee for the Presidency. We shall look 4. NE4of 2i l:;, 1. 7. Advertiser,Apalachicola Democrat and Gazette, Fractional township! twenty of range t irt -nf.Ton.hJpe

bjr voting him a sword or some other with some interest to the full report of the His company performed prodigies on the '" 'E4of J. 1. 6.I Pensacola, will please publish and send bi. to the filly-six. (except Ii cix, seven, .
suitable testimonial. field that dav.-IV. O. Delta. 1Vlof 6, I, 9. Hotel for payment. eighteen, nineteen, thirty and one,) and fifty

We find the communication in the proceedings, when we shall be the better pre. ------- ..-- --- --- At Jcfierson Court House, on Monday the 27th 1t.en; arid sections! one, two, three, four, firr, fix, -
following pared to express our opinion them. March GEORGIA HOUSE wven, eih nine ten. eleven, fifteen, seventeen,
:\. Y. Ere. Post, which furnishes addition OBITU.RY. s. T. R. '- fliflCtee ,twrnly, a
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motive to commend him to the notice of the A.LTI3IORc,1\OY. 15,1847 p. m. Died, at St.1hrk.on SturdoJltht2i.t| inf..Mr. The t i of N W l of 13. 1 S. 6 E.c twfl. in i iznt t".ntl-nf.c.f range tkirty-eicM.. .twenty' ,

Le;islature. A synopsis of Cia)"'. Great Speech at Lex. PHILIP A. HAYWARD, merchant of this city, in 'AotSIV4of 13. 1. 5. a" town.hiJfl tfy-t'f.tft'.IXUCpt( sect ion one,)

ington, Kentucky, appears in the Philadelphia the 34th year of his age. Mr.! Hayward was a native I 'WlofNE4of J, 1, 5. and tC'lnen, except Ictiob.twenty-fire,twenty*

From the Evening Post. pa lcrs. He asserts that Annexation was the of Wjrndham, Conn., but for the last eight yar a IVofSE4of I, 5. six,t"entY-Yo.t"en'y-ight.twe'' -njDf',thirty,
I ; jof 31, 1. 5. ,
of the that hostilities resident of this He of cur best citizens TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA. hirty-cne thirty-t"o.thirty.thrt thi'rtv.foor.t.Iti-
Messrs. Editors-Permit me to place before primary cause war ; were place. was one C 'E4o( 6. 2. 5. y-five and thirty-six.) of range thirty-nine. .

the public some incidents connected with tke occasioned by the removal of the troops to the and highly esteemed by the community a a c E&ofNW4of 6. 2, 5. TiE undersigned have taken the house lately oc- Sections enf', two, three, four, five, six, t"eht

life of the commander of the rifle regiment ; Rio Grande ; {bat it was the duty of Coflgress honest, persevering i industrious and successful business i- Ttnies-One.tourth cub, the balance in three by Mr. J.L. DEMILLY, and having put thirteen tw nt1.fm1. and twenty-five, in lon.hip I!

the gallant Major Loring. to define the objects of the war, and compel man. His death is a loss to the community,but euaI ainual instalment". with interest in advnce.Or it in thorough order, are prepared to accommodate fifty-five, and fractional tnnnshfp ffYe rr ,
It is their : who have been if say purchasers should prefer to pay all cah transient and monthly boardersat the following rates: sections two. three, fcnr, five ad .) on ,'Rim. .
nearly ten years since, while he was a the President!! to carry out definition.lie irreparable to his interesting family, Board and Lodging month, ( of
g,5 cent.will be deducted from the credit instalnents. per J carne Bay, rare forty. ,
resident ofSt. Josephs, Florida, that he "01. protested against the annexation of any called thus early to mourn a huabind and father, per. I without Lodging per month, $20 0 Fracti nallo"nsbip fifty-five,,on I Bisrayne Pay. I

unteered as one of a company, raised! there and portion of Mexico, with its motley occupants, severed from their societe.Died Lists of the particular tracts can be had by applying Man and Horse per day, 2 of rang'' forty-one.

Apalachicola! to protect West Florida, then who would thus be placed on a footing with at Vera Cruz, on the night of the :3d inst., of to any ot tbe;Post Masters in Beuton or Marian I I per night, 1 50Horse At the Land OtSce at NEWNANSVILLE. commencing ..
feed
County, or they will be if applied for, by per month, 1 0 on Monday, the twenty-first day of F"bru.ary .
infested by the Seminole Indians togetherwith free American citizens. The is furnishe.
following inflammation of the stomach 1st Lieut. DANIEL letter REGIS Meals 5 cents each-Lodging 37J cent next, for the disposal r>f the publklandiwjtlj0

some of the refugee Creeks. GeorgeS. one of a series of resolutions presented by him STEWART, of Capt. Liung>ton's company Honda TER, Jpi.} ;"EE, FLRID.\.SATE Their rooms are a large and corafortrxble. and the und rmenlio&e townships and parts of township -

(Hawking, a brother of(be gallant defender and adopted : Battalion' of Volunteers, a native of Columbia.county JOHN Ui-lARD, Register of I will be a well furnished aa any in the city. Their !, viz S
of Fort Brown, and now Judge of the Western .. Rctolrcd, That we do postirely disclaim Florida PuUie Lands of i'ne Side of Florida. i table will always supplied with the best that ran South of the bate line and East of the principal .1
23 will consolation
aged years. prove a be purchased in this market, and nothing shall meridian.
: I 13 1547. 17 b .
,
Circuit in Florida chosen
was captain ind disavow any intention or desire on our partto to his bereaved parents and friends to know that Talh"Noy. will publish the lacking on their part which can contribute to Townships twenty-one,and twenty-two of rang .

of this company,RubertIyp.rs: 1st Lieut., and acquire any foreign territory whatever for though far from home andm a land of fclrangcn), every above three months and papers send their please accounts to the comfort of their guests. They a'ier themselves nineteen. ,
\Vm. Loring, 2d Lieut. succeeded in the of introducing hat no House in this city will be able to afford better Townships .
They purpose propagating slavery, or attention was paid to lam during his illness, and State viz: The Florida Herald St. Augustine twenty.one (except section. one,
their object and dispersed the foe ; but while slavery from the United States into any ; Regster. Jacksonville ; Argus, Ocala ; Sirann or more comfortable accommodations. Membersof ''wele. thirteen, fourteen, twenty-three, Iwentt-
every honor to his remains,both by the Military and h Charleston the Legislature are invited to give them a fUlr. ) and nt1.t"0, of ran e
engaged in this arduous service this companyencountered such foreign territory. Republican and Georgian ; Mercuryand cal. tWtDII-fve. < ;
Fraternity. Vera Cruz Genitu of Liberty. DAFFIN TA Proprietors twenty.
Manic Courier Ihe Standard and the ,Raleigh A YLOI
; Register ;
a large }body of Indian at Ala- Mr.! avowed himself scd
Clay strongly op"bo< the Columbus Times, Georgia. NObr ,l!n. Town bips twenty-two ao twenty-three of range
," charged them lav in to the cxteusien slavery its exis.
qua upon as they am. ; deplored NEGRO TO HIRE. wenty-one. ;
bush in a dense hammock, and under the fire ence ; hut considered! it a necessary evil.- {tlr:>. The have been requeted topublish Cabinet Making:, &.C., Townships twenty-two and twenty-tlree.of or nmge
NECROWOMAN Cook, Washer and paper"
,, a good ,
\vithvbich: the Indians received the attack fie alluded to the verification of his predic. A Ironer to hire. Enquire this office. the .Florida Land Sales," will please addthesales riO-PARTNERSHIP. undersigned have asLv twenty-two.Land ;
the
a ftociated themselves and from this date At Office at TALLAHASSICccmmncinz
Capt. Hawkins and Lieut. :Myers\ fell)J severely tion, that in taking Texas we took her war Nov. 27, 1S47. I'J in Madison and Jereron Counties above. together, on Monday the seventh day of f.
And the daily in and Savannah, the two hop will united and the business con- February ni,
wounded, the former in two places, both be. also. He peered the Whig members'of Congress viz: the Mercury papeis and Courier, and the Republicanand ducted by LYNCH b 3 V1NGERHOETS. They are for the disposal} of the puMic lands within the undermentioned j.)

jog completely disabled. The command devolved for voting that war existed by the act of Groceres&c. Georgian,will please publish, once atnek only prepare to do al descriptions of work in their line, townships} aid part rf lo\y"up"! ,a ir: I

upon Loring, and it could not hare fallen :Icxico. It was a lie, and they knew it was a JUS rleind pschooner from New Or for three months.November despatch,and on as reasonable terms South of t'le base line and West. of the principalmcrilifin. I
the follow; articles of eatables:. I 27, 1517. 19 for cash or approved acep'ance a* any workmen in .
into better hands. At the head of his men lie ; and so help him, he would never have 10 hhds. clear sides Bacon, t I he country. The continued patronage the pub I Fractional township two northeast of ruiitei ..j

be charged the hammock, and the route of the voted so.T1c 2 Brown Sugar Pocket Book Lost. lic is most respectfully solicited. I grant.of rangeorie.Fractional !

foe was complete, although the Indians afterwards : bbls. Flour, E. J. LYNCH. township one, northeast of Forbes
said, that had they known the smallness Depravity of the Whig Leaders...-M r. : Lard, LOST on Monday the 15th instant, in this city a GERARD VIXGEHOE. grant of range two. I'
: dollar
BOOK, containing two one
of the Corwin: in his speech at Carthage, (says the boxes Cheese, Tallahassee,November C, 1 S7. Fractional sections three, four nine, ten, four- f fti
force'opposed to them, they could : firkins Butter bill, and two notes: one on Edward P. Grant, and teen and fifteen in :former Indian. rrvrve.and >

Lave easily defeated them. We next find :Mr. Ohio Statesman,) gels over the fact of his ve :tons Iron, one on James Hamtnet, with some other papers not Watches Clocks and (n! twenty-seven lwentigl, Ihirrv-two. .and ,

Loring in the Legislature Florida, at TalI&hassee ting that the war existed by the act of the !Mcx. All of which will be sold low for cash on1y.NO'.lmber27ISI. recollected. Any person finding said pocket book, REPAIRED.'T'OWLEt Jewel U'lrt.tbrP. in township one; township two, ne,t .

where the writer became acquaintedwith : icans, by saying that it was a trap set for the 3t S. BURNEY. will much oblige the underpinned by leaving it at o( FrrheV grant, and township three west of tLe 1
this Office.VM.. T. securrd the services
FERRELL MYERSy having Apa'achicola river of n
the aud hence he eeilh.
democrats voted
him. whig by November 27, 1S47.- 19 I J_ of an experienced workman 10' attend? to Fractional townships (except the southwest! pi '
Groceries. tre
Less than a year since, he was appointeda under the solemnity of an oath, for that which Family the repairing of Watches and Cloek esrlu-ihtiy. fraction i>f section u.irtJ-ne.) and tractiMul. tovii- .

captain in the rifle regiment: and was particularly be knew to be jials' Mr. Corwin says : WE have received by late arrivals Irom New York. Baaon Flour, &c. are prepae to do all work in tbtr of business ship f\ur west of .Chippola Lake," (except fraeioiil 1.

: noticed by Gen. Scott in his dispatch. They (the democrats) supposed could suitable and New for Orleans Family, a and choice Plantation selection use of: Groceries T CST reeive per schooner Eiicia, from. New Or.lean. well November promptly.6,1S47. 16 range sectional nine.Fractional ,etion six, setcn add Ihi'Iof -! .) .

for gallant conduct at Cerro Gordo not swallow so great a lie They were mis- J ,
es, as Cheese, Codfish, hktrtI, Raisins Prunes, St. section twrni -lwn twcnty-fbrrts and
i its commander a major, though I am not a. taken. WE SWALLOWED IT !" Louis Fl 'ir, Side and Shout r Bconlr.nch 1 1 Cask" clear Bacon Sides Hams, L. At H. GREENBERG &. CO., .Tenty-four, on the main land> in toernabip two of

ware. how he obtained that rank, baling seen A confession of such total depravity must Mustard, French Lerry ald I c Shoulder, Still continue atJLtir old stud, range; twentj- ix. i
rent mrd Ginger, Lobster and Salmon,
notice of his ; sink :Mr. Corwin in the estimation of (! BbN Illinois Fractional sections thirty-one thitty.twothht.
no appointment.
every Shelled Alraon l Currents, : Four. Stretli,
Paper superior Teas Corner of Monroe and three and thirty-six, on the land, in townshiponeand '
Since that brilliant affair the Rifles" have honest in the What for Half bbls. Flour, Jjr'f mail
man party. vote Sardines. For sale low by FALL AND sections nine twelve
eight, !
they are now see-
fraciona
their best than what he is lie rather than BIRCHETT.fc L1NDENBERGER. 1 Bbl new :0.2 Mackerel!, WHERE opninl .
ipoktn own eulogium on more now says a great 3 For sale low by supply FRJXCl F.GLISU. etiteen,twenty-four tWety-6ye.twtn'y-ixlwen'y-
one occasion, and at :Molinodel Key,""Che. be caught in a trap, and then brag about it November 27, 1 m 1. 1'. November: 27.Gre.n IS 17.Apples.10 ALFRED HOC. GERMAN AND GOODS seven and twenty-nineon the mainland in township .

puliepcc," and in the suburbs of the city, they Why surely the man, since he became the Choice Liquors. Rich blk Silk.Gro. de Rhine together" every I wo,of ra"ze twentyseven.Fractional .
Notice. description of colored and fancy Silk,Parisian Plaids township? three O!the main land, (e\. ,
I performed deeds worthy veterans and richly leader the Mexican whigs, has lost all sense otTer tl.e .
to
WE public the following choice Liquors and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Colored ctpt sect ions one,threesixwen,sixteen and twen- "
J merited th? praise bestowed them by shame he ever possessed. all of which warrant QIX months after date, the AdminUtratpr cf the Stripe .
upon : "\'i a beingof I_) estate of R. Humphries deceased late of Leon Merino Plain,Strile and Silk wove Alpaca y-seven.) of range thirty-one.
the heroof LunuVs Lane. In these last battles the best quality : wit his final accour.t and vouchers &c. youth of the bate line and Kant of the principalmeiiaian.

Major Loring lost an arm. Swept avay ly a Tornado of Buffaloct. 2 quarter casks supr. old Cognac Ir ndy, to County the'.Hon. Judge present of Probate of said County, and A great variety of French, English, and American (! I

FLOUIDIAN. The Hannibal Gazette says that young Hous- 2 1fdeira'Vine, prav for a discharge from said kdcainUtration.NoTrrnb Calicoes and Ginghams; Fractional to\n.bip eight and nine, west h the' -
bbls. old
: Monongalu'la Whiskey Worsted Plaids of different stjles and qualities; uwannee fourteen..Yirth .
of the :Marion volunteers 27, 19 Gm
ton, one was lost onthe 2 boxes of 1 doz.each,old Madeira Wine of tie T t147. tte
; Shawls of description, color and quality ; of base line and East of the principal t
every
way from Santa Fe in a singular: manner. vintage of lt>23, I Newton, Gordon i. Co." LEWIS Swiss, Jaconet, Cambric, Tarleton and Cn.w Bar meridian. ) I
From l\e JVetr Orleci Drlla fthe llf.> init.BATTLE We are told \\hcnahuntcrrides into a Champagne Wine, Port and Claret Wine &Aa Muslins; Sections twelve, thirteen fourteen t"enty.lwtn- .

C? ATLIXCO.Entrance herd buffalo, it is often the case that they Maraschino Cordial DEA.LEJ8I Silk, THread and Linen Robin, and a new stIle of yonetwenfytwotwentythreetwentTfonrtwenyfive .
DRCUE&LINDENBERGER. DRUGS. MEmCJE PAINTS OILS, Muslin edgings; twenty-six twe'y.senn. twenty-eight,
whole
become and the starts
cflhs Americans with Fire and Blood frightened, mass November ly Toilet Articles Perfumery ie., Window Cla jFAUrrCKtt' Kid, Cashmere, Silk and \Voollen Gloves,for Ladies wenty-nine. thiI.tbirt.lwo.lbirtl-tbrP: thirty- .
,
furious for the and
with mountains there
speed bur and in
into Aliixco. and Gentemen':; thirty-five tLirty-bix township one, of i.
i is no way to get out, but to keep the same -Fuiue. BRUSHES AND COLORS, Silk Cotton Stockings s for do. ; ange five. CTowntliip

3fglored father ar.! Sire, idiom 1 venerate peed, and work your way gradually from a. JUS received ew Apothecaries Glns Wnre &c, Linen Cambric Hdkfs, plain and H. S., lotrpricetl; o-.e. and sections ",Mty-ye,tweety.

Surely your blessing> has preserved me in thong them ; to halt would be certain death, >mc Mahogany Sofa, rPHEabove I constantly on hand,and for sale at the Handsome Silk Cravats French Needlework Collars cia,twanty-sevcn IlntY-iih.lhirt-t hree,t bi"y-
1 Divan For.aleby tour,thirty-five thirty-six, township two, of 3
this conjuncture for Americans, by their pr. -L lowest market prices.We and Capes; a
the would and crush
as mass over
pass you ; nRC1E&LINDENBERGER. Jarages for Dresses; do. Green; ange si x.
valor and descipline, are invincible, and with. and hunters are often carried seven and ten November iy have received by late arrivals large additional Splendid assortment of Hat, Cap and Satin colored .YQrth; of the base Kne and JVcft of theprineij! -

out exaggeration the attack which they made miles before they could disentangle themselves supplies of ,.Vrditmr6and Chemica/.which. Ribbons ; meridian.

appeared to me the day judgment.I from the headlong herd. In this way Mr. Bagging and Rope. together D mot of the popular patent remedies, leopolitan, Tuscan and Straw Bonnets; Fract ionil township one,.north of"Forbes Grant" .
for best assortment the largest and moot varied in Linen Damask, and Damask Table Covers; of six.Fractional.
write to you the purpose informing Houston disappeared. When last seen he 75 PIECE" Kentucky Bapging render our range north Forbcs'Grant .
towr-snip ,
&c. one.
that the of the United States of America lUJ For sale by the State. Doyle.Towels Diapers ;
you Army was flying over the plain, endeavoringto make HoP. and of _
LINDENBERGER. We have now in store a lot of QUININE, tcarrantedpwe Rich Nett Children's Wool Coats [ Caps; range evcn.Sections 5,
yesterday afternoon had a bloody engagement his way out ofa drove several thousand, and November 27,]CIE. &19 .and of very 6l1mo quality. A large assortment of brown Sheetings, Shirtings, one, two, eleven twelve, thirteen, fourteen -

with His Excellency, the Senor bas nut been heard of since.-Sh Louis New Just received a large asl\rluent *>f Shirtings and Homespuns ; ,fifteen, twenty-twoJwenty-threetwenfy-fotir,
Strip
commanding general. Don Joaquin Rea Cassimers, Kerseys, Linseys. Striped wenfy-fivefwenty-ix,twentyseven and the s'he3st -
Leon County Tax Colector's Sae.my FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, and Plaid Jeans Tweeds,Red and White fraction of section twenty-eight in the former

who was at the bead of two thousand infantry, Era.A virtue of the power u roe by J", I from the celebrated gardens of Me33. Hovey Ss Co. Stinet.,colored Cambrics, with: a large Indian Reserve,the east fraction cf section thirty-

well drilled, well equipped and paid, with all Good CIU1plainlr. Kendall, in one W shall expose for sale, before the Court Alto a Im31 invoice of choice BRANDY AND Flnnel. of Trimmings, Fancv Good*. Perfumer three in the same, and sections thirty-fmr, -

his valiant guerrilleros. But having found it This letters from Tacubaya, says ** A great door, in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday, the Cthdjy WINE. a lot of CIGARS of extra quality. All Colliery, &c. All of which will be sold five and thirty-six,i in township one; sections twelve,

impossible to maintain his position, notwith. many anecdotes of the individual gallantry of of March, ISIS. the following described properly which"e ofer for sale at the lowest cash prices. cash at their store in this place,also at iiirteen, twenty-three t ,! t'enty.f.e. .
,or so much thereof a will pay I the State and Coun.ty LEWIS kAME. their store in Monticello. twenty.six, thirty-five anJ thirty-six, -
standing the profound military: knowledge possessed our officers are told in connection with the Taxes due thereon for the year 1S47: Tallahsse..KovembCr 20, 1541. October 30,1S47. 15 Iwo; and section one. two, nine, teneleenand

by this ancient soldier Napoleon, and glorious battles of the 20th August, but until Land: purporting to belong to A. F. Dutal and the welve.! in township three, of range eight 1.,

veteran independence, he abandoned it with I have more time and obtain more full partic. Union Bank of Florida : A Female Boarding School Received by the latest Arrivals, StiOD thirty-five and thirty-six, townsf.ip

precipitation and retired to the city of Atlixco. ulars, I must forbear recording them. I/'can- Lot. No. 2, S 32.. T 2, R I, N and W, commence at Upper Suwannee Springs LARGE assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING si ranze twelveFractiinal .
WILL A township' three, of tloctawlatchy ;
EjSE I, 32T2RINandW west
And American army pursuing, met resis. not avoid noticing however, the personal county Florida,on the first Monday SHOES, BOOTS; also, a general assortment river"of .
WiNV4Sec.5T1Ri.NandW range
tance in the impregnable mountain ofSan :Miguel i. gallantry Chaplain! :McCarty the in January next, under the charge of two Ladies of GIOCEIE Sections sixtee.
only chap- containing 232 acres. who have been raised and educated at the North. GREENBERG CO. twenty-four twenty-fjve. twenty-six
which however was carried by Amer. ain, I believe, who has followed the army, Lands purporting to belong to James F. Trotti and TERMS: October 30, 1947. & 1 J lirty-five and thirty-six,in township I ,of jarje
ican valor it covered and whose conduct at Churubusco in he Union Bank of Florida: : seventeen.
notwithstanding was particular N Primajy Class, Reading Spelling, Writing& perquarter Township three, of thirty.Landsappropristedbylaw .
with two thousand and was noticed by all. Ever foremost and 4SecI7T3It1NandE, $3 (siHigher NEW GOODS. range
more troops one can. for Ihe me of
EhSWISec j 17, T 3, R 1. and
non. In this action we had much need of the where the balls were flying thickest, he was W J, SE 4, Sec 17. T 3, R I, !and J E, Drawing English and Painting branches(including, per quarter Miniature, 4 00 subscribers would the attention of Ihe military or other purposes, will be Sc\Oi4.

valiant National Guards, of Huacbinaugo, not only ready to give consolation to tho dy. E J, S W 4. Sec 17, T 2, R 2, N and Mezzotint, Ink Poonah, 4-c.,) per quarter, THE to the choice ad cal extensive assortment the sales. -

who the day before yesterday were commanded ing, but spur on the living to fresh deeds.- W lN E 4, Sec 17, T 2. R 2, Nand E, Embroidery on Muslin, Lace and Silk, and :0 of GOODS, receiving per Brig Waknlla a The oferinj of the lands will be commenced onthe
noW and proceed in the order in
by the Governor to retire, and who sleptat lie not only sought the best place for crossing N SE4SW4SecllT2.R2NandE E1.NW 4. Sec i7T2R2, N and E,, making Flower, per quarter, 1 0 Emeline. Their stock has been ,with in cae.New hich they appointt.are alyertis. with all convenient same dispatch -

Cbolula and marched l o'clock in the ditches with which the ground cut but Latin and French each, extra 2 I from the most fashionable establishments hare
out at up, W J, S E 4. Sec 17T2,112NandE, reduced until the ( been and
at prices ofere.
use of the Piano, 10 and been purchased
Music ,
the morning, on their march, with much ap helped our advancing soldiers across as well ; NW4SE4Sec5T2R2Nand E, A wit boy will be flgh i if dtirt. 0 they York are; enabled having to furnish their customers at prices the sales this closed. But no sale shal b kept
and of the SW4SWSec8T2R2NandE.containing open longer than two weeks, and no private entry ofany
prehension.The as some vo1tigeurs.were wading scholastic year to consist of deductions proportionatelllow. TheirREADY
of the lands admitted until after the
American army, baring possessed a ditch more than waist deep, were their flanks Lands purporting SSO aces.to belong to David Robinson and made for absence, except in cas of sick IML&DS LT>iI3MO liration of the wi wek.b cx- 1,
.
Board and ,including lights and fuel,
themselves of this hill, in which they encountered were touching the water, the worthy parson the Union Bank of Florida: nes.25 dollars Lodging Particular attention will is of the best of materials, and being manufacture Given under my the City of Washington,

the most admirable firmness of the pa. pointed out the circumstance and told themjto WSW4Sec3iT2.R Nand W, at be paid to the per conduct quarter.and morals of the pupils.-. directly under the eye of Mr. Stiman. alI this twenty-third day of October, Anno Domini one

triotic Mexicans\ who retired to the centre of be careful and to Leep their powder dry.- W i.N E .. S 27, T 1, R 1, Nand W, Persons wishing to make arrangements for entering thop-work is thereby precluded personspurchasing thousand eight hundred and forty-seven.
I the President.
the city and discharged much musketry from Such a chaplain is worth having in a small containing 160 acres. children at this School, will please address their I may rely upon getting an article well By .
Lands purporting to belong to Hampton Mattox the Post Master at White Spring. made. Among the articles comprisIng their J.UU PL.RCHARD
tne Houses and Churches, which served for army like ours. On Sunday he gives us a and the S. L. I. & Trust Co. : letter to IS tlJ I AXD STOCK M. YOUNG

strong wall defence. These were attack sound and Episcopalian sermon, and his praises SE4NW4tWNW4Sec3tT3R3NtE. November 20,1847. I PAUL. iriKI'ER Cf or of the General Land Office. '

ed by fire for the artillery was directed with in every mouth." SE4.EiNE4tSW4NE4.Sec3f,1T3R2NiE 3 E i.S W 4Sec30T3, R 2, Nand E, Wakulla County Tax Collector's I maybe Blk French found th Cloth.following Frock:and Dress Coats Black, NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION

force the into which Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa .CL.UMA-.rs
Green
great Invis. ,
against plaza they Brown and
E J, NW 4. I, T2RiN &i.E, SALE. Every entitled to the right of
threw in Roulin S Gotba Mixt Tweeds,and col'd. Cassimer doellots person pre-emption
about 211 shots and shells. This superiority Hereditary Propensity Dogt.- fancy
containing COO to lands within lim.tof: the and
aut. of the vested in law any townships
Yvirtue authority me by &e., Pilot tlt
and Blanket
of the MexicansJo. elates that dogs employed for hunting deer Landj purporting to belong to Lewis Conner and B Overoat" Heavy
arms compelled I have this day le.ie upon and wi expose topublc and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk parts of township above enumerated, is mjnired to .
ask a truce, which! resulted in a capitulation, in some parts Mexico, seize the animal bythe the S. L. 1.1 Trust Co.E4.NE4.andSE4Sec2.T3R2. wale in front Court 10U!, the county and Blue Cloths,Pantaloons ot Black French Cas- stsMi"b the same to the inaction r>f thcRejri-fer

which wa commenced at 7 o'clock at which belly, and overturn it by a sudden effort, ta. N&E, State of Florida, aimer, Blk do.,fancy Plaid Check & Sript and Rfceiter of the pro; cr Lan OtTer and mike
N W4.NEISeC0T3. R Nand Rbb .
E
2. .
bour I hare thjs satisfaction to take up my king advantage of the moment when the body E i.S E 4. Sec 29T 3.R 3, N and E, On tM Monday in May next, do.; also, Stinet and Jeanido. oc.: payment his notice t therrfor,and her.rt c toon the Qf d,ly pruetietftlr appointed fur oftmeti the commence .

pen to write you.I rtlie deer rests only upon the forelegs the W J, W 1., Sec 30, T 3, R 3, Nand E, between the frs hours the following pieces orparet1. of Black and Striped Valencias and Plaid Plaid Silks Silk .ment of the public .1"of the l.,rn!,. enibrring -

know not the loss which the American eight of the animal thus thrown over, being containing 520 acres. .of Land, TIZ: Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and I the tract claimed; otherwise men claim will 4

army has suffered but am just assured that it often six times that ofits antagonist.! The dog Land purporting to belong to the estate W. W. Lot number S, containing 474-acres, and knownas Mazurkas They & &an extensive assortment of Cloths forfeited. I
als
Hart : the Rivet Survey, accordia to the original survey RICHARD M YOUNG .
his been Yet, small, whilst we have had iiy slips aside and makes his assault on the flank ; S E: 4.See 35,T2, R 2, Nand E, by Asa Hartficld Surveyor. Also lots 'assimers and Yestings unmanufatnre consisting Commissioner rf tit General Land ('jfiee. .

Mexicans killed, 300 more wounded, and several wbcras other hunting dogs, though superior NW4SW4Sec16.T2,112NandE, mae 40. 41 J, 42. 43,44,51: C2, 53,6), 01. 62, in past of: Superior Wool Blue Dyeloths November 6.1S47. 16 13w '

guerrilleros taken prisoners of those who strength and general sagacity, which are E i, N \4 jSec2TiR2N and E. C3, (9. G9. 10, 71, 7S, bO, 91, S3, S3,1 1. 14. do. English do. d. do., Engl-sh Black Bearer an -

call themselves the," poitonod lancers." ,rought from Europe, are destitute of this in. Wi. N 360 4. Sec 2, T 1, R 2, Nand E Containing each 360 acres; and known aid des Invisible astor do.Green, French Wool Black Ca.iren.do., do. Ribbed do.do. $100 Reward!

I omiued to mention to that the Senor stinct. A instinct has so become here- containing acrc. crib by said numbers according to the original survey and do. the latest and 4
new Plaid
you Lauds purporting to belong to'Willlam Burney and by Asa 11 art Gel J, Surveyor.All Fancy Strip A WAY o stolen from the s'.bcnibcr
-
Generals Rca has departed with his most con. ditary in a mongrel race of dogs employed by the S L. I. &Trust Co. : the above described lot ol Land situated, ly U.st fashionable G Silk of and Black Woollen and the 12th o( October, 1M7, a negro

6Jent till adjutant, for the Couth, and on yes. the inbabitants.of. banks of the Magdalena S W 4,Sec 21,T 3, R 3. N and E, log and being in the county Wakulla,o the west Fancy Plaid Satins,and do.Valencias do. Silk, Vestings of Rich named JACK boot C I let bih, .t.-ut f I

terday morning His Excellency the Governor, in hunting the white-lipped Pecari. The ad- El of EiSec20T3R3.NandE, side of the Wakalla River, being a portion of what Velvets, Cashmeres iRU aee'' )enr>. yellow complected; a !.
',N IV 4, Sec 21,T 3, R 3, Nand known Forbes' Purchase, and I Vlvet Plush, &c. & his he. and cse on the upper
took flight, attended with the most loyal cmjloyees. dress of these dogs consist in restraining their \E 4Sec2ST3R3NaDdE, E if the property a of the Apalachicola vit Company upon a ALSO, AN ASSORTM T OF ,'rln horn when small He 1

lie intends to establish himself at ardor ; attaching themselves to no animal inparticularbut containing 4SO acres, and will be sotd to satisfy their State and County Tax Hats and Monterey; Bro. and Eleach'd. Cotton ,and very sensible. A rnnn 1

Jalapa, a place very suitable to oppose the keeping whole herd in check. Lot No. 29, inNi county quarter, puiporting to for the county 01ablb, for tbe year JS4" Linen Cap Shirts, Undenbrt. will be given fur the Neg-o, if 1 any ,

tnemy with tha: ,.Tor which lie always ex. Now" among these some are found, belo to L. Carlton, Agent. I. AHIJAH HLL Sheriff ilk ItaL Silk Cravats, do. .o that lie can be had, and I reward t0I)will b which the first dog taken Lot No.U4, original plan of the city of Talah.. .-v- x Co. Fancy Satin do Lambs Wool and AngolaUndershirts paid. ifhe has been stolen hv a white tm n, >r lit
LibHed and exhibit. they are to Waula
will continue very
to tZ-fd
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see, purporting to belong to estate of Charle Oct 10 18 Rich Fancy Satin and negro and lhe'with 'u3i"ot evidence for (
The Senor Deputy, in consequence of his the woods, are acquainted with the .modes of Lands purporting to belong to William Hal! and t Plain do Scarfs, Brown Cotton and CotO- lion. Any concerning them may b i

accelerated\ flight to Mataraoroe\ has omitted attack, whereas a dog another breed starts the S.L. I. fc Trust Co. : Jenny Land Hhk. ade Drawers reeled to the undersigned at Tallahassee-Poe' G. ,

\0 *y me the draft but I have bad it protest. forward at once, is surrounded by the Pecari, WI,S IV J. Sc 3,T 2, R2.NandE, Notce.ALL entitled din- .lk. White ad Kid Gum Elastic Supnder SJR..UNN. .
', to
*d, and whatever be his is Section 4,T R 2, N and E, rn. eediton. Gloves Merino and 09* The Whip, Griffin, Gi-."i please publish
u.s] in thereof will take may strength destroyedin interested in the estate
consequence you ElNE4Sec9T2R2NandE.W o oherwi. I Hose, the abovetoiir W.f b, bi{tn advertiser.
from tie trunk the silver plate, which I con. a moment.-.MUlingen't Mind and Matter. iSE4.Sec3T2R2NandE, of John Smith, County, decle are Patent Leather Umbrellas. Belts, November fi, It7. an tn 1
MODe
sider ought to be old to pay the expenses of W i, N E 1, S 3, T 2, R 2, )and E. hereby noife to exhibit their claims the demand Shoulder Braces, &So.. i
within from this date to ,
your journey. Smiting from your city you T Galan Cap Walker.-We bad the containing 9 are the tame years will barred and all ..CLARK 3 STILLM.tN.
or ;
Lot No. ,original plan of the city of Tallahassee b pnn. inte NEWJTTORE. "
will conversing October 23 1S47.
await me at Tepeaca, for which place I pleasure wit Capt. purporting to belong to Wm. Maoer. to nil etal. ae requested to mike pay 1 "r.}
start this moment Taylor, of the 3d Artillery, who was In the Lands purporting to belong to A. Johnson: PATRICK SMITH GEORGE H. MEGINNISSFS '

When I battle of Huamantla, and by the side of the Sec 21 T Yon November 13, t8.n. 4t Administrator. Wood Cutters. the store next ioorL
see yoa I will give you the particu. E I,S\4, 3. R 2, E 1 now receiving and opening a!
Jan, and now, business aside I to pliant Walker when he was killed. There E i.S l.See U3,T 3, R 3, N and I ,a Dumb.r strong and healthy men to Mr. Bur '' a re assortment ol r"d
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request
Negro WANTED
you '
tTl lave been as to the means by containing 10( acres. :ere. I Liberalwagestognod consisting of DRY IARWARE qRq
jounelf '
of
tke bumble reipoct with. which many repr. A. A. FISHER Sheriff 1 f\ CAS KERSEYS, .. men. Apply to ., which. he 1 :
IOU are venerated affectionate which the brave his death, but the and Collector Leon i\J' Just and sale CIE.u.a. ,
by ronr son.J05f ex effleio Tax Co. reeire for by ,_ LINDENBERGER. 10et S ,- 4
EDUARDO JfER. ANPtz. evidence of Capt. Taylor, wbp was na eye November 21, 1S47. 19 3m S.t0tgt7. LLOYD&Ah; KonmL"IRCHEj, < 18_ .."Jr. tf--. .' October 30.1(47. 15 0* -


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; In December.: GAP8DEN SHERIFF SALES. \\'ftODRtfF'8 DYSEJTEBT.VO CtOI1L. Black and Blue Black Brotdclolh Fancy OX TKC KTEKTH VXCnUm JtlXT
t 5o.re po/ rto l. Monday PERMANENT CURE ,
HUMBUG! FOR THE REMOVAL AND Rich Sa.
Jean.
". Sattinets, Venlucky A\ao On of tht
if .. ,I ; Sheriff's Sale. r Salcjirst Monday In OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN tin Vestinw.Silk Velvet V..tilftp. Rich Satin Silvered !
t f writ nr fieri; facia i l. fr.> theClerk'4 Dtm.y BUTOfE 0' TIlE aaT ftItHtDTUETJ:1t ,1COTE.tD STATE OF THE BLOODOR UNITED STATES
I' ,i y virln* t. u m virtue of a writ of fieri ilUM from IMPURE Vesting. Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravat.sgeneral REPORTER
OWL DKRA'r tIlE IT4 ,
office of Leon Circuit Court whereinbuac B fau lOft V HABIT OF TilE SYg.TDI.
: t for the assortment of centlemen' Bootand" Shoe,
\ t \ tbe Clerk' Office of the Court A DAILY JOCBWAL OT COVrUTMUTT, LtCl ta.
W. Mitchell i k n1ainiq and Henry IV rxrtt, County Middle Circuit, of Florida,where. WOODRUFF'S DYSENTKRY CORDIAL. VIZ: ,hats and Cap. ; also a large tock of ready made rave AID OKlf K.AL If..

,'; 4 urtiror,tuc. in deft"ft ra"t.I.hare ih's: d.il|eiH up in the oCG.dtn" of Florida and Janes DR.or Diarrhea Dvcntery. Cholen Morbut, Scrofula or Kings Eel!. Rheumatism Obstinate I clotbingjot received and for .ateb!

.*_ ,1* "n, _nA will! 'Inn tn pub'If" yalr, l efore the Court H. Hexl is Bal have plainlit upon and will Cholera Ittfantua, and Summer Complabt ol Chil} Cutaneous Ewjtiens,Pimples tr Pustules on the S. F. nt "iEY. subscriber is now enabled lo annoanc the

". #1 '" I. Ilnms d'JOriq! fh* city of TallahcMe, on the fi.ftMotHi for .dffer.afl.1, Hu door in the dren. face. Blotches Biles, Chronic Sore Eyes, RingWorm September 25, 1S47. 10 TilE hiarrangements forlke estahliak.

\ in rlnvemSer nit within 1 legal 1 hours, the upe efQuincy( ,bfMf'on .Cur f th !day of December fron H. H : ITl.lliQl"d.llJ/t C. S. .I" I. 3tlgiurn. or Tetter, Scald Head EnlcrKenent and merit of a well organized and independent Jottraal W

-1/;, \:: J ollowine i described prcpertr. to w it : 1847, the following! described property to wit : Pan .f tkf Sons and Joints Stubborn Ulcers, Negro Clothing. News at the Seat of the General Goyftll ,.L

; "' JI'. S.elO.TI.Nnrth.RE; theSEncth.Sr The N E 4 "f tr-S U 4. the N W 4 of the S E Dr. n.tdntff:-M\i Dear S V.--A few lay SypWiiic flymftomf. Sciatica 6T Lumbago. and PIECES Kerseys, 50 do. Plain. 20 do. Lin The leading features of the United Stales 5ep ,.
i", : 1 rf Sec :." I. R 2. N fc FT; t"V J cf I the S \V 4ot I 4lheF.ottheiiWJaniltge'YoftheSE4or since: I received t-e Ci/rdial whkh youwer gxxxJ Diseases arising from an injudieiovs use If.Jltr. ho bale Lowell Osnsburgs,5Virginia do., ter will be following:

; i ;1". 55r 3.T7, R I, N fc E,tnd three aoi, of inn J In Action 7, T 2. R :a, N and W, ccaaiaing2X() enough to ?r.(! me Havine; used the title. I do curgr..tcies or Dropsy Erpomre or Imprudent 5 bales seys 4-4,Domestic 5 5 do.7-S Domestic, 5 do 3-4 I. Early Intelligence of tkt movements of On..

::11.. ;.f teNWrner) oi ih' S W J '.fSe 10. T 1. R '.. acrr, Thrc or lew. not heOate to ?r.nfl anre it a most valuable vifdi.cin i. in Life. .f/... Chrome, C.nstitutienalDuders. blanket 5 Negro shoes, riavs Departments of the Government in relerrnr
bales cases *
i 1 :\! N&E; .Nji. the \V | of the N F | o,' i..c 1S.T J.N ryif':r"n the prcnerty of said dfensaet! and .. lr.Ge..tr s'ch arT'Ctio:,. of the bowel as TMII3 preparation is a combination hitherto un1 do.wool, 10 hats and Negro Just received and for ale by I to Domestic affairs and to the Foreign Relation ,(

? 'j. '" of R ?. FJ; and the W { of the N \? I of <*.* !'.. T to -. ,.' t* sati a ry said; writ cf fed (. .. we scneliro suffer with ia the S";h, 1 kaow so.tbir kn.wn IB the history Medicine, differing entirely caps. S. F. BURNEY.September the country will be given with ervpvlou fidelity.

; '. 1. N of R t. F.; .,1Ihf' E1ofhc NWJcfF t B. C. WES ShsriflT. 5 a? ill l 'Iual| to ;:. in its character font operations from the varicw 2i1 IS47. 10 Possessing peculiar facilities for obtaining iatoraa I Ilion

': ) n,T I, N'-of R '!. r; and ti.e W J ol t the S }i o.' NOT. .'.. ''.. 16 Ey: JAUCS Hint D. S. My frit-fid,Ccl. SeiW.rs Jcr..., wcjld hate part of prpartioosof&rsapafllla which have been the Reporter will be enabled freqoentjj u

.. 4 -S-r.n.TI.NR it ; the remainder I hare laid: a.k.!. for u?* .hea I tt different times offered to the public. It acts specifically Capa.lTUST communicate, exclusively, intelligence of the KOI

'4 erieH; upon a. the grr rt of.! o'fi : 4(i '." be to MtisCt lid writ of fieri (.c..... HENRY ,. HILLIARD.rjamit under its direct and immediate inffuer.ee. Although. received per the last arrivals 50 doz. Cloth II. The Verbatim Reports.ftht ProeteJimgs
t .ol virtue of writ
of issued from
; : i A. .A nvHFR. erlff.FY ; Clerk': .a Office f.ri ftiu. I P.)*-***! of powerful heeling effects, yet it is en- I J and Glazed Caps for Gentlemen and Boy, new Debates of the United States Senate which tk*

: .1 : '. ; J. *.7. SKFRTVOOD..D 3.Se5t for the Co-intv:e rf Giinden cf, MiJdle late Superior*f Florida Court. ] Frrii ], Critir. Editor tf tSouthern t.rely; harralew, 1 that it cannot injure tn. most delicate styles, which will r.be. &sold H.very GREENBERG low. & CO. proprietor is bound to famish daily to that body, j U
I '1 J t? [o 3j ,whl.il.?". J. Hawk oa ii plaiiitifT, and Stokely j constitution. perfect 15 term of the contract made at
'A : -The above sale. .1wn pv :poatd intil th: Sdbury aad Lr Wood defendants. I will ANOTKEK: LIFT. 3.WF.D BY THE CORDIAL i is protucee! by its ue nc.pt.n increase of appetite October 30,1SI7. tbe close ef the last session of Congress. The IN

-I : fir-t Monday in 6l*w'er. saic: before the Court'f HOLM Jior i i. th* t"ezpoaafr wn of I' .iftrr 'V4yJir.a'a: *.**:/ \idf.!fd to benefit. ; but when) d.ae; i is seated in the frame andcarTvia 6 New Buggies and Harnesses. raogemenls now made will at once fully ecire to t.Senate .
the of life, then
its victim path of tbe Uaitrd States
4f -- -- -- fat along aa authentic and
; cetv.
Q'lincy. oa Mnndty.tkc) tk cay of D*.'ciub r, 1S47, 'Dtr Sir.- I tak"-re f pleasurein
: shcrfr ai2. the : ; Dr. \rctl.-\.f- irs siviterieu3iridcencei i is felt and seen ; it nkindl"* FINE LEATHER TOP BUGGIES with Harness plete record of ill Debate?; and to the people-.in a
folldwingdrecrihed ;o wit : I the: II >*r Iry.a.ry Cord.al
prcperlv. tn e&cacy 3
... .i virtue of a w.-.t r>f ieri tacio;. i i.ut4 from One Negro woxin iami Dolly, aid Mary be: testifying(from Uitin iU virtue &in ay yr own f.ari ,. MM. new life, and vigor and brings health and strength 3 do. Busies i (without tops,) and harness greatly enlarged degree-tbe benefit of the capes
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t BY the Clerk' ofr.ce o.* :,* C.rcci; : Co-art forth* :hitd. I Gardner Ust nlr.KlU mo t violent Stacked to th* suffering ind diseased.TscfK Just received and ou3l 10\" for cub,allhe Store of rience sagacity and statesmanship of that body t
J I .u U i* S'r..*=c:. THFICTION.. -LET iqiSii. 9 J. R. FORTUNE. which they have ever looked with solicitous sad
County <>f Lean, Middle Ci.t&St of Floriua, whereinHenrv Heretofore levies v.po ky the Mai.kal of the District : uilh that dis:u_.and alter all rrmnt ntij.eal: skill Thsfollowiro Sept. te jspectful
., Httnan, Executor .fThes.hie liymanes ef M.uie; Florida the Mid defendants : ill its efforts to the disease TSJ. FACTS Sis A* ron THKMSEUVIS.- regard.
baffled reuiove Goods.
2 property a had uses link in the chainof Fall and Winter
S. '1 : : tate, i i. plaint!?. and \7e.ley UilaiJ"itJttra. and to be sold to ratify Mid writ: ..ri facia : aierd uli.r. antlID r.hll&r''l& h.UIi Use felt by certificate i ill only another great Ill. The Proceeding and Delates in the HeedofRepresentatie.
or afflicted read and
of J. Caikin: is defendant I k c testimony t* its merits. Lot the RECEIVED from New York by Brig Henry will also be given with fullness,
tor Henry e tr\ie. C. "r"'t. She: lint she wowld oat survive uocL ltnt.tr, unt'k'r TUST
) rr.y.elf it will doagain.
: uck n, and wl! orpcse ;r ,, fee' .. ." s : i i* )vc* 'cr S, 1 j%*,. it? .n'elJ-' a c.ay tn which she w" laSorir*:, be conviuceJ. What it hs doc once J Buck a large assortment of impartiality aM tbe utmost promptitude. Eack-

'a :. IOI"f !: i! S city -.*".".. ?. t tu! 1 it --- -- I' j reoa.'TC : o'r iavl;ioblc C. rdl ia1 l I. w.d before STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. day'*record" will be completely made up and ppear,

S S Monday Dooe-i-.trwat. within l 1t,1)) o--rs. thefollowing I .lt,: 1 J.rl 3fc.'s4ay ill D I I.-.U" 1 she L. taken ooct: .c uf .t, relief rrs ohllc; 'd : CHAmutsrow.v, Ma9, Sept. 23d, 19 K) Groceries, Hardware Wood and Willow Ware, in the Reporter"Beit View morning.the
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;.rt/to wK : ... ...ir- cvred.frei. This may certify that HIT son, now aged seventeen IV. Synoptical of Proceedings esDebates !
and alle taking two W ui- and Nails and Iron,
.J6crilIro V *irh.e a wrt: cf fieii facias, issued from J Ro{% Bagging, I lstiaeswilI be
I E |. S K *- *lp: t, at;a -.e i, N A..R. B t'ne c Office af the Circcit that I am indebted lelf fur :je. Yd caa use : ki* beta for t,a years afflicted with the scrofulous Boot and Shoes Sugar Boilers &c. Ate. DfallState 1.eg rep.
and
Court fcr the Member of all
I he had the measles larly given. Congress classes
Cluk. If
NEJ.NE4. SI, 2. N t I hu-.-r. At the ae of*'vn years
i. .. I County cf Middle CircUt of Florida,w this af von BUT see pr.Pt'r. For tale by readers will thus be kept fully and .
caoed this humor to make it* ysternalically i i.
S.NF. I. 2.M 2, rfJtK.a. < HENJ. CA1DNER. which i prvbablj ape
Eufaui 1a.J.1115.1S"5. LLOYD & FLAGG.
.' .. N K N W J, .. 24, '. as N
t \V. S W 4 .. 1., .. 7. :3.? N r% fendant. I hu.leir upon and will expose for from Jail heed to his feet with "J all tnuorj. I con- Notice. United States.
\tCnl: : !
& before ILo I wQlrtcrIus
NV : : : do r i tk tow of Quincy. he examined him V. Intelligence ofallzmj'artanteiovew.ew
and Early
1*, 2. 3. W salted a Doctor cl Medicine,
r. i- F I o a Ml ndaj. the dir of D.cetber 1S47, the k'l- WOODRUFF'S WOCM SPECIFIC ii ufe inJebted to the estate of Thomas J. Great Britain and
: NV 10. 4, 3, N fc I Ct DR. a I three day ia fcuccuion and net understanding; his ALL person in the Legislature of /Vow*
c enntii'unsf V 0 uru. owe or 'fee. lowing 4rahed property to wit : d cf'.:e<,it ri n.Jy fr Worins Try it. A. case, advised me to consult Dr. P.o,er<, of New York ,deceased, are hereby notified to make will be communicated by every steamer from Ear.,,

i 1:: Levied upon| >t tk* icprtcf 'al.uei'eaiant: and I j t N.zro slares Perkins, a ican about 30 yurt of atc.aL good M tkw kt; .:.d a* cheap a* It* ca tp *t. ] I then luing a reiiieat of that cilYftrr a long immediate payment ; and all those having demand through reporter in London and Paris,who .
Wall- boabocl i3 cf their accounts attested to the
will ,properly
years age. CK8TIF1CATKS. I present facilities for obtaining information.
be sold writ f and critical cxjiainatka having more than thirty peculiar
to to cti4 ,
!! salUfy .ra. L r. j cpou as Ik. prapeMy .( MI J defendant I that I Dr. WotdruR'a : undersigned, who is duly authorized to settle the
A. A. n Sberi I certify ltne Suci8 to a other medical gentlemen with him at the same time, VI. The General \etcsofthe Day will be gives i
< ;, 23. J U UIt ando erod: to ui.f' said writef hen faciv. child: of taiM, alAI ia I isort time it hreu ht awn VOOwrra I he proAouaced it Scrofula or Kin 's Evil. The same. JAMES: T. ARCHER in a condensed form with industry and attention.

? I O..br ii-7. B C. WEST. Sheriff.Nor. .. JO F.PH SHIPFEY.Count I child win the.i prescribed fur, and commenced takmcm&Jical Agent (or fargard Butler Administratrix Such is a brief view of what the United Stabs

?4. : ;' Sals.BY I :. b&7. 10 Cy J.n.. ltiu I). S. M..9CIe. /. (k-orria, 1S46. drug from that time. H. grew worse until October l<5, Si7. 13 2m Reporter"is designed Co be. All the plans and arrangements .

: virtue of a v.rt u.' fieri fsi*., : ,*d from tb* I I June of 1S37.: and then toil ton. became aifecied in :Tiave been well matured and the bop is
I dJlrtt Monday in December.V I Jj certify that I 'f\il'i.J red U br of : Deaf and Dumb Asylum cherished that the U U. S.
? .1 oiUcc cf tie C .cait C.l.1 for tl* '("1.I a 1'nL" mfiaily coa+]u.ace of the mercury that kd but given him. confidently Reporter"will
0. t" of Cl"rk' NidIIIC C-realt *f XIorii.! WCrS4I lie 1fJ' y.rlle, if a "..t of fieri facias iasue4 fro Dr. W\Mxf wtf'. 'trin S'. iand it br. jthj A piece of btoio casne away from hu u:. 1'-jaw. ia KENTUCKY.. prove itself an energetic industrious, dignified. aad

''.. Union Im. of Flerii'iu i plalnlif.aad David, Ro rt. Dth Clerk's! thee of the Circuit Court for the away O1 9 worm ; and in auotb rate, it tur.d ceo .| the firoet place aj large a" an En lUh walnut, a piece QTkTIE subscriber,a* the resident agent of the said perfectly independent journal. It will have no party

I : con i i. defendant Lavel TW: jpoaaiid will. cxpoe Cajnty of Jackiin Western Circuit of Florida my" nfffro WOE!O cf T' m., or Taj W.m.WhitesviteGe from bs foreltvad as :large as a iii:euce, and a piece 'a-" Institution offers for sale,in tracts, and upon yiewsno'political bias. The proprietor by the
f..r sale, before tbe Cert Ko*.e dor. ;1 th* c.ty vf wherein Daniel Cook is P'&iDt1rd Rt'1L.u Scott it Jt ".;. JOHN J. LITTLE. from nest the crown of his head. It then went to terms lo suit purchasers about Four Thousand Acres terms of his contract with the Senate of the United

P. Tall ah.<**, on Uou!,v. iL* t.:e*..f of D.e.be: defesdant, I 'bare levied upon and wil sxprie tot the br and .iJe! and discharged in three p1a eJ.- of LANL, MtU4Ud in the county .rf J kltm. in the States, is bound to the condition that tile paptr

next. vMthin lc ?J te'i' ;. ilk iloi(2 dcrai sU. t fcre t.f Cojrt-Houie doer in the lownofcuinrv. I certify that 1 gave Ur Woodruff'* Sf.eiitc to a From thence to 011. cl hit l.Cik, separating, in cense State of Florida. Also the Ri,,ht to Loato a shall contain no political discussions except the d*.

tirorwrtT. to wit : on Mona, i.b;
W' "of S W i.Zr: :1, T :. F t 1. N ,'_: W. ; .1 i tii fol.wTir; described prc(>.fty. to sit : negro ii&B diitely" :.G Wi4iti The boy eon recovered from the bones of tbe ank'.e joint on the beck. p.rt.- The above lands were selected at an early date,by of any set of opinions. The grand aim of the

: ot N E 4. S'7, 'a 1. : : N ami W. alar.s Jsr; Drfk. Fields. in4 Sj>*nr-r. hii li.alth. THOMAS EOYU.Cwweti He had at one tI: .. fin rucnia; acres or issues an experienced judga,and are believed to be amongst subscriber is to establish at the Seat of Government

': I"ird t upon at the pr' ,.t1 of.::14 df4 ,.1 Levied' ap&o as tae property of asia! derra4aat, aaJ County C. Jiouary, 1S47. from the glaniof the threat and those places I have th* but in the county. a faithful and prompt reporter of all orts of intelligence

P .".. to be sold to satisfy *" writ JSc.i f.i.. to be so,< to ttU.fj e3.i( vr.t ef ari fajias.M. mentioced. In l O. lived in Portsmouth, N. H., iC. H. DUPONT, -a responsible agent on which the politician

4 ". A. o. USHER. Ser! C. WEST. S .,::. )1- Fcr sale br L* ru fc .Ames Sule Ajnt. Tllahac and he was att. ked with a Rheumatic Fever which .fgrnt of D. Sf D. .'. .f i"y.Quincv the business man the manufacturer the mechanic,

October. lSn '.1 Noy. 5.117. 16 Iy JAUIS: u:, C. 8. ,ec; alan, by the loliomrirf persons: B. Mar. settled in one ot his hip. which swelled aj large a.i June 12, IS-17. 47 ly and every one interested in the affairs of Congressand
iiist. L om Co ntr ; Jauot B. B eacd. P 11. Micco- three of tie other. Being under Medical treatment, the Government may rely at all lime with implicit

: -- V Sh : l's Sale. Sal jirti +.Ic :day :n Dectmlfr.virlaeof rookie, Leea County ; 8. }'. !'U."J. Uicto4o"kie ; they gave him laudanum until he lost hit reason. M. D. PAPY confidence.It .

T Y a \r.-n of I arj facias, issued from S..rau'1 '.1r.to n. rvri.t. \l.JnLiid1o; iaa.. II joe, Thau I became aLarmed, and sent for a Thcmsonian. is believed that Ihe establishment of cnch a rr
BY firtueof' a writ bf Fe.-i fr.. inue-1 tn. tkerirrk .sJlh. Ork'e; Office *f tne Circuit Court for the Quincy : Jo.huafl..vico.oCsdsge.i C."'tty ; U. Biker Hi. nediciD kelped LH hip and revered his reason. @I3flT & lli.Wg liable journal ef Intelligence, on terms which placeit

-. .!Ee of tie Circuit Couit '8 th.040 tae:* I I C.untyofCade4e .M.ddl i l.CrcuitofFUrida.whsr: *. P. .V., Ckattakt ae. tad "'111. r"w*:*. Jer. Th third tii.e Lewis attacked \yitb this fever in Practice in all the Courts in the M.dJle within the reach of the great masses ef the people

\ c.l I L.i. Middle Circuit cf Hon4. wheran I :, Dav.o H Smith wick ipLaiutigandNewLanGl. chtst M rauAa.AucMt I'sii. when hearing of Dr. Sands Sarsaparilla, and WILL Office on the first floor of the Cap- at the commencement of what promise to be a

P Union Rank: of fluiidi u pLtiW.aead Jar*** F J chrut acd Newel Gilchr; are defeaJacU. I have __._ 14, U47. 4 being pcrfectl kiti.liJ that all other medicine had itol, South wine. room formerly occupied by th* most interesting and eventful period in the history
Trot tie i* drlendint, I hate l.'if. ep.n. aa will levied .pa. Md will eipose fer sa'.be.'cre the Courtliene V failed of eioctmg a cure, I lent and procured six bot- Sccretarj of the Territory. of Congressional proceeding will be regarded with

t-\pow for ti1e! before the Cocit 1nut : i. tke. I 4a or. in the tewn of Qithie,. on Monday, the Polka Sllppcrt.LADIFS' flee, end by the time be Lid tikon it all I considered November 15, IS J;. 17 favor by all classes of the community ; and.bavir1
city of T.laJ.a"'ti.). on Jut .y, tie tI. 4ey of DcciiiSr > 0)fc Jay of December. H17 the : Uowinr dwcriWi ia.. Polka Slippers. Ladies' rid Ties, LIMJ nil. Those place kealed-he became bright thus stated his objects the subscriber respectfully

T lnt, lf. :ri. fo:10I J Cccn' pre.*ttyto wit: ( &'" Morocco aie1 tlid Sfcoe. received and lively! -cjlor cam to hi. face acid lip.-from JOhNATTORNEY EHilUl'fE. solicits a liberal and general support frtm the ealiglbened -

I "ed properly to wit A tw. Ht*.e Wecfcn an* tVrar tad a mule. from 'Ism! o.lKftI. sod fur sale bvBI2UHETT that time till the Fall of 1444, ki* complaint never AT LAW public of the United States.

4 NVrth }I.f tvtiun I',',. C 1, :tc.J E Ln.. oa M the property el the sad: defeudaaU, t LlNDENEERGEft.Avgaet troubled: bill. At that time he became deaf, which 1'lorlda. JAMES A. HOUSTON,

W id SE | flTSt.1. a I. be c 14 to sat'afy seid writ of fieri faciae. as. 1S47. t CCIOtnv..slntill.t March when his right eye be. \ulucy, Stenographer t.the Senate of the U. ,.
.
attend the Justice Courts of Gaddden
EJof S\V4 17.TS. Rl.E C. WEST Maniltr'f. .- - can af tell; from that to the left eye covering the WILL CO- The United States Reporter" will W prill

.4 t of S W 4 ef SorJion" 17T'.2.JjorNw 17, '. S. B 5, :a-d. E :': 3.1S47. ift By JAMSS H::., D..8.SJ.ef.rtt Tor Bale.Tilt sight i of the eye *o that L* Wit in a greit measure and the Courts, the in the Circuit adjacent Court Counties of Middle of Georgia.Florida ed on a large and handsome sheet and i issue] every

\Vi fSE4 well-l.tc.vka: ana faitile trac: J Laud in Co. deprived of&Kht. morning except Sunday, at the ute of $6 per asDun. -
November' 1313. tf
IS
4 17. T s. :2. Mor.day in December.BY & ia Coiutj, Lit Florida,k&owa M CkaiUe' knowing that SUnit Sarsaparilla wu tbe only -
Sentinel
W4oINE4 17. T 3. u Fetry ce&taieartf ea k.ndrtllaue.oClu4! ele rtd. medicine that had ever JOB hiui any good, I appliedto ,- copy. In connection with the daily paper there will*
Nw4rEZ S. T 2. 2, : virtue of a writ .f let' frla., levied from
add at this time ia a iue staX let coltivati! ?, with Mr. Fowle, Apothecary at Mt-sUm for mere. He issued irom the same establishmentTHE
sI.:4n1sw4 I. T 2, } Clerk's Office of the Circuit C""rt fir she talus feea dollars: worth which ia leiaoved $30 Reward.
all tk ha.
e Mery l>HiUia|* tsr the contort *f Ikefar MIRROR OF CONGRESS.This .
Levied upon a. the ptof.srly uf aaid 6t".a.a'4V CouolvofGKJ. .MiMic Circuit'f FlorIda wlrea. .er, such aa Dwelling lieu, Xitc.. Meat the humor fr;*a his eye and hearing and he how above reward will be paid for the aptrehen- I
to b void to wti" \.*id writ of leri *. in W: iac' Willlaais is plaintiff..end So! kly Sed. How, Store Itxna wilk all otaw buildjrfs for the appears to ke cured, n.J radically '0. I verily: believe THE of Mathew C. Eubanks who i it charge publication will contain exclusively tile Reports
Ut of the and Debates ef the
A. A. FISHtt, bwy. .YooJ, and Jes MeCall are d.!. aat..1 been Proceedings Ceogren
and other crimes. said
I .& ue of Mfro kO9. Also, gw-d Sakl sad Cubs. all this litter trouble! might Lave avoidedif with horse-stealing The Eu.
of the United States. It will be issued
; O t"be 2,1S47. 1Shers have Isv.eW .;*u and w:J expose for sale,before the acd good ferry Flit, all of which 1 will sell lew for i I kJ co&tlaue] tic./uugly the use cf the Sarsaparilla backs left this County about the first of May last. semi-weekly
in the
V C..rt.dou.e rlOH. in the town of Quincy em U(&. ea k. PersoM wishing U purckai will do well to when ke na under its iniuence the List timf' and is now believed to be in East Florida. an elegant quarto-form,throughout sessions
Bale. "1. the 6tb dy of December, 1C n. the Eubanks i it about 21' 03 of rather Congress. and will be furnished to subscribers at berate
foUewinr call etA exacaiiu fa; theauelr Those are the aiaple. ktatemenU of the (acts of the Said or years age,
dN r.ftW of Tree Dollars for the session and CM
: facias ixjcj the ; propwly. to wit : and I fed it to make those fact known made bread acrcna the shoulders about six long ,
virtue of a ri i frol Tkic &ES CCA CHARLES.Culu..kas r. cy duty spare Dollar short session. It believed that thisgreat
BY Hamilton gar Boiler the for the be&lItlt of those who be feet in height, red or sandy hair, shoulders stooping. for.thf
CI r" office cl the Circuit Crt foe Levied Fa., Attsastai, I1j17. S 4m to public, may national work will be deemed in
.
County, Middle Circuit of FJonda, wKtrtu William: MU.a M the property of Rtockly Sexihwry, afflicted in like manner: (echo; amu1lcc.victionttie face round, complexion light or sand, and blue eye* indispensable
l R is and Thou.ii Smith iefea- one o! eId AWnd ati, aad t. be tolj to .tier, nt4 Bar and Billiard Room. cure ka Lean eflected solel:.* Ircia the effect ;f this oInI'billl; of his breast and has a cough that causa ; the library of every public institutionpoliticianacd
Cooper I.lainti1 ; wr.t of C faciae. professional man throughout the and thatit
F" N country ;
V cedicine. hcarser.esa-dreases genteel and when in this
cud will ails. iuva101 l. *
dant, 1 have ,
upon; eapos. lo
MONTICKLLO FLORIDA
btlore the Court l4ouw door in ike tcwa of Jiprr B. C. WRST. SUriff, HANNAH W BECK 22S Main st. neighborhood pa Md himself off as a Cumberland will be regarded by the great mUll of the peeple

\I X on the first Mondij in December aet,the! lC';Dg lief. $. :.7. ie By JUMHt.s.D. '. *TUIE Mndercignve! rrtpectfully loforr.s his friend Su/fo.ilJc. n. Batten October 13. l'1-6.Then peraon&hy Presbyterian Preacher-he also professed to belongto as the very best political text book for their own iastruction -
J. aad the that I.e has and that of their children.
to wit : put.iic oj..ned; a BAR AND appearedtlieaboeenaedHanoabW. Beck. the Odd Fellow Society. From the account given

de.riblant., .t i of the Ntrth West i of
4 I 3 Ii. of Township 2.. of RinE 13. North aad East. "f tk* public_ai*, fer their arcoBiaaodaUon, rid her ubcrUed u>d ttatemenU therein contained. all East Florida, fur his misconduct ; and,as he pUl.ed IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.
Levied upon).the property cf said defendant, and I At the tune: ttire caJir the !Dtiiel 6ffi. udoppaiite elicits their ,ltrH II". His MILLIARD l TABLE: is are true. Before me, himself for J. Roberson,L: was brought to Montgomery Throughout the session of Congress, Ettras will

V V V t J suld lo *ati-fy said writ of lien farj;.* 1 Ite Phalli Euildiop! oae >f tile act approvejpaltiin.aae! .1 ia excellent JAMES RICE Justice of the Peace. by the Sheriff ef Benton County, Florida b. issued from the office of the United Slate Reporter .

., 0, V b JOSIAH T. UAISD2, She:i if. I It NOW CPZHINQ a choice aid well M1.cted order. Hu t.-Jt M stored with ike keit Il1n. Liquon For further particular and ccncltme evidence of upon the supposition be was Jesse Robcrson, ," containing the reports of all such Debate

t October. 1Sl. 15 I I'i II AKZ* ? ef CLOTHS, CASSIMERS VESTINGS ad Cigsrt. also a variety of CONFECTION it*superior value and efficacy see pamphlets which who was charged with forgery and who broke jailin as may possess peculiarly exciting interest.All .

I VV aa! READY-MADE CLOTH1WG. The eat A UY". iiisrooia will be epeuti at all heart may be obtained of Agents, gratis. Montgomery last Spring ; but a* he proved not to subscriptions and communication to b* p...

V Sheriff' 8015. cue nd taste bea'ow in tkc selection cf thooe goods f day and e/eiiiag, and by strict attention to bu,in**, Prepared and sold Ly A. EL & D. SANDS. Drug. be Jesse Robercon, he was set at liberty : and we paid and addressed
and a desire to pleats, L* kcprs to give J.neI&l8d. l. Fulton of William. N. Y.SoIdaUobyLF.WISiAMES.Tallahaiee.SMITH. believe he will make hU towards I JAMES A. HOUSTON,
100
.. virtue of an execution iwued out of the lu.I .- warraat ha in eyir* to all who wish to pvrchs* ". street corner have reason to way
t. t BY el Court of tbe 2nd District of HkaiilUa good bargains, you will do *,ell to call acd examine isfaction to Li* cuitoiceis. Call uid see liin. East Florida, a* his health is such as to induce himto United States Reporter, Washington D.C.

V herein Jme* Duncan i Li pliit'IJ.and San our "0:10'. It wcvld be a (treat tai on tine ud S. B. HARRINGTON.Montlcei'.o tt CATL1N, Pensacola. F. B. WHITING.St. Mark. make his way to a more Southern circuitSAMUEL Jul, 31. 1847. 10
v pe.-
: '4" County orl R.: Juhne-ii i il the ConUaIe of *AJ t ac* te ecuKcrate the differtnt styles aad patterns May 1, :5(1. 41 and by Druggists generally throughout the UniudStates. S. SMITH, GOAll newspapers throughout the United State
derudaDt. this THOMAS 1. SMITH, who publish this prospectus once a week from thi
asoort&.ent a-ifilee it
dsi.o..t te
k follusrifg coaapoeiejr : that
District a
... V 4 V lndtoit.: upon lu. potca: of these cloth! tad ca.eiu.rs are ef say'Brit Notice. Price, SI per bottle. Six bottles for $5. II J. HARRELL.Cahaba. date till the meeting of Con n.. will w entitled to

I The South Weet 4 of North 4 of Section 25, L "'tI n..lt 4 Lu tre.'j&J.d the clot inc and SIX itoatLa after date, the undersigned, Adminu- fjr>- The public are respectfully requested to remember I Ala., Sept. 13, I*17. 17 an exchange with the United States Reporter,"and

U Township 1. of Range 13. Est Al.o, every rticle cf iLeir stack is of a style and uiM ty ol Daniel !: Cots deceased late: ol Co- thit it is Snd' Sarsaparilla that has been I'' CO- All Florida papers will please copy. will be placed on the list ol those to whom the Extras

V the North East 4ol the South Wcit aud.lt 35, that will pls&se the mOlt faatidiou. lusr.bia Ceunty, Eat )Fltrida will present kis fn.1 s.aJ i i. constantly achieving .uch remarkable cur of.. will be despatched.

: .%V ,r ia Township.1, Ranpc 13, North and'East. : niT woole! asitian that these CLOTHS are of account and Youc\., to tLe Judge of Promts for tie mostdl&cult class of diaease to which the human i U. S. MAIL

Now i in of the law in .ucb case made tie fee.t tsxttue. the bt-t Eulat wool da. Frsuck Coluiakia Countyand ask for a discharge.WILLIAM frame subject ; therefore ask for Sands' Sorsapariila j New Orleans Type Foundry,

cud provided.pursuance will expose for sale before tbe CourtHouse wool&!>'*klu.k do.Caa i London! wool dye Luck.o. CONE. Ada'r. and tale no other. AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE

t' I door, ia the town of ulr. on the fir.t liond ( C.1., French and Gerri.& black ciotks.do. Cass., ll1ou t'. Ferry E. .'., May 2'J. 1S47. 43 om* DecemUr 12. &.3. 20 ly : JVb. 17, Canal street Row.

V in December next hours, tie above French fiacy Cajcit&er :
y Notice. !
a 'f. 9. j 0LWORTLHfAtloruey!
: dr riW land Levied on as property c1 said VESTINGS of 6ne Llack Satin, fine plaid Satin, THE undersigned be; leave to announce to Pnb-
t defendant. and to be nld to sali.fy n.pid execution.JOSIAH Silk, Wool Vehst. Ckmer tt and Polkacett SIX month after date, the acting Executor of the at Law I and Printers that they have establisheda

T. .'ISDE.Sbrit Cerro Curio and Cber t\l.ioo. Mctterey checked. will au4 testament of Arthur Barney, Sen., : MoDticello! Jefferson County, Florida, PROS QCIXCY TO CIIATTAHOOCH1E, : complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in this
Od.'Ler 22.1S47. IS READY MADE CLOTHING. Fine blk. deceased will make application to the Hen. Jude i I city. The Book Letter of this Foundry was cut to
.
Flinch drew and frock coals, do. Kcflish wool dye cf Probate of Leou County for Utters of di.noi..ion! I WILL attend the Circuit Court of the Middle WILL be carried in TWO HORSE COACHES order by workmen of long experience and, as ao

J. : New do. do.. French CuwimerSack Cote, Doe-skin do., ;asJExccuior cf said citale. ,and of the County of Columbia of the 1st Nov'r. Will leave Quincy expense was spared to obtain the handsome face

; ,. Go. black and fancy cloth Sick mixed doe- kin opera July: 17. 1647. 52 Cm Eastern Circuit Florida. Tuesday and Saturdays, at 6 o'clock P. M., arrive and to perfect it in every respect,we will venture t)
; coats,black Lerercloih seek and Monticello August 22, IS 1C. SLaw at Chattahocchie same days 10 o'clock P. M., in
received from New York over-coats, black say it will be found as handsome, if not the handsomest -
IUt Cloaks. ranta03tuf.t fine black Caaaimer,medium Notice. time to take the Mail CoatforAp.1acbicola.L.au in the United States. We have also a very

V Men'Cotton Diy's Patent Suspender and Wonted, Half-Hoco, do., a great variety of fa&cy Cutimer pa&ta of the SIX months after date, the Administrator of the Novice Chattahoochie Wednesdays and Sundays 1, P. M., handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of

.;,V I. Ladies do. White and Colored, do.Ponge latest style. Vttli at every dtitcnption. Military of William B. Kilpatnck deceased will arrive at Quiucy same day., 6 o'clock. P. M. Fare the latest style to which w* would call the attention .
V BROCKENBROUGH & MAXWELL.
lUudkerchief Trimming. Hosiery Shirt. Gloves, Cravats, self- present bill accounts and vouchers to tire Honor.bleJudjle $ 00. T. D. WILSON of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. All

adjusting Stocks Sdipecfleri, and almost ererythiag of Probate of Jefferson County and ask to be [Proprietor.N. articles manufactured by us shall be of a material
I VV V Cotton do. connected with a entleuan'a. oatfit. discharged as Administrator of said estate. "XT1-I II. BROCKENBROUGH will return to Florida B. Private conveyance can be procured at any equal if not superior to any manufactured at Ibe-

V V real loo., very fine quality.Fancy B. k P. are prepared to execute all orders accord- July 17. 1847. 52 Cm V.T in time to attend all the Courts of the time. North; and as we shall ell Type at New York prices .

#. .. 'V ad Morninl Calico, inn to the latent sod taoet approved styles. V Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Counties Novernber6,1S17. 16 2m ,we trust to meet with encouragement.

lied N. B. By the next arrival wo expect to receive DR. J. REESE'S in West Florida. B. 4. M. will also attend the We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE
and Jean
: .V Itrrseyi, Lin eys THE REMAINDER. Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be DR. J. S. BOND and TYPE of any magnitnde with promptness. We-
White and Red Flannel.
October 16 1847. 13CAROLINA LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. devoted exclusively to the legal profession and .
Ginghams, Plaid,and Check. claim United his professional 1 service to the citizens would also particularly call the attention of Printers
against the State, for the attentiveprosecution OFFERS
V Brown Black and Bleached ILGU&O& of feeble constitutions and those of se- and the surrounding country. to our LEADS Laving an entire new set oi
PERSONS of which have been made
;. Irish Liaeo."OWD HOUSE, habit.. are often troubled with habitual \Vasbiu arrangements Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. moulds by which we are enabled to famish a per.
Bleached QUINCY FLORIDA. costiveness which often exert a very unfavorable March toll. May 1347. 45 fcf feet article. We are also Agents for the sale of the
ao Shirliag. 13. 1547. 34
do. S.etin bare leased ( term ef influence upon their general healthwhich is particularly V Napier Washington and Smith PRESSES which.
or
p D .' .* low by WE large and commodious a yean. tbatm. ) manifested by irregularity, if not total loss of Notice. U. S. MAIL LINE together with Chases Cases Composing S icks.Fur

: :' 11 ALFRED E HOC. formerly known as Armstead's Hotel l. appetite. In thi. condition of the system this article niture Ink, and every other article required in Ibe-
loy.13.1SU. montb. after dde. I shall account
V the Marshall is confidently recommended with the usurance SIX present my Printing business,will be kept on hand and furnished
recently House and will have
it vouchers
open tu the Hon. McDonald
I : Kerseys Groceries &c. (or the reception of boarders and visitors that if the dose is properly adjusted so as Dot to Judge at manufacturer's prices.
on the 15th of Probate in and for the County of Madison, and
inst. The move the bowel too actively relief ma: k-e relied Editors and Printer wishing to establish a Nci"-
CASE OF JfFGRO proprietor pledge themselves that 80.Ihi. apply for a discharge as Administrator of the estate
;" KESES. without the least or Job Printing Office will be furnished with'
V or even unpleasant consequences paper
1 any
V shall be upon
spared on their to receive and .. John
part
of W. of said
6 of Russet &' I Ri.h.ardlon.1ate County,deceased.
;' .V ral vtica. tertala in a proper manner all who may feel disposed : resulting from the use of common purga. S. B. RICHARDSON. an estimate in detail for the same,by stating the size

.tV Underwo' lckle to favor them with their patronage. The table will tive medicines usually resorted to. Madison to Macon. of the pap..r.lr the particular style and quantity of
County May 15. 1517.43 Cm From Tallahassee
Lh.tel. be furnished with the but the market and adjacent Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely oa the work to be executed.

; V V K Pr.ruet.d Currant! (Jelly, I country can afford.' and the bar with the choicest preventive properties of this medicine by using it ont Notice. Throvf\ forty'hro hews from Tallahassee to fjc,-. The proprietors of newspapers who will publish

.' Wines, Liquors and Cigars. In short BO exertions he first intimation of an approaching attack. Tnere Macon and to Charleston in three day., this advertisement six months and send a paper
S
., ;. Pepper oce, ) will be wanting to render their House one of the are some constitutions liable: to regular attacks of SIX month. after date I shall present my final ac. in time to take the Mail Boats on to our office weekly will be paid for the advertisement -

., : Mutard Wine(very Iuprlor. very be>t in the State for comfort convenience and Billiouj Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probatein J' ,tla the fourth day. by purchasing six times the amount of advertising

: ". White good living. Ibis medicine is recommended, beginning to ue it and for theCounty of Jefferson and apply for a THE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays: bill in Type.

V Lamp Oil Lindito, MCMILLAN & BIZZELL. by the middle of May or first of June. discharge as Administrator of the estate of Abram ., and Fridays, at 4 o'clock A.M., GREEN t CO.
fine
.; :' Yoonjr wder Hv* on do. Black, (very ditto. ,) Quiacy October 10, 1M7. 13 3m Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience Grantham late of said county,deceased. and arrive in Macon (via Quincy Baiabiidge, New- i June 26, ls-17. 49 Cm 17 Canal St.Row.

t .. Gunpt from Boston. a sense of fullnesi. weight and opr>resion WILLIAM GORMAN. ttn, Albany Americilb, and -Perry) on Tuesday,, I
V Now rcceirinr per Brig Gt Nfyc."tle H. Notice. about the stomach after eating will find this medicine Monticello. September IS. 1S47. 9 Cm Thursdays, and Saturday, at 10 o'clock. P. M., in II Boot and Shoe Making.TtHEundersignedhavingpurcba.edthr.
V : MEINNIS afford almost immediate relief. time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on i
-, :.,, (kto'jer 30, 1$4. SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts 'Ladies near their confinement often suffer from Coffee. Mondays Wednl8day., and Fridays at 4 o'clock A :, ?

p .a. ; voucher to the lion. Judge of Probates of heartburn and costiveness : to uch this article is M., and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays Thursdays JL J. entire stock and material of LnAX

;: .- Bagging, Rope and Twine, Jefferson county and apply for letters of dismissionas highly recommended as it can be used without the 20 BAGS do. OLD JAVA COFFEE, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock P. M. This line RE nLD, who is about leaving the State.

fr ; V f received.per Scfcr. Southerner from New Or. Administrator on the estate cf Henry Feldberg I least danger and with great benefit. In lick or nervous M Rio do. connects with the Central Rail Road.Savannah. Augusta : 0 respectfully informs his friend and tk**
t JUS. GE. H. MEGINNIS.I late of.Jefferson county, deceased. headache it is invaluable. 25 do. Laguira do. Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- public that he is at present at the old stand where-

c j ;. October .T). Mil : (1 HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'r. This article will be found to act a* a pleasant cordial Just received and for sale by limbu,. Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line :, he is prepared to execute all work in his line vrilb
October 10, 1&-17. 13 6m and tonic restoring the appetite and at the Sept. IS. 18&7. V LLOYD FLAGG.DR. from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and thence to Apa promptness and despatch. He hit on band 'he fines
.' Hardware. of calf skins and all of material aDd wilt
oit
V same time fulfilling every intention that the common lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to ,
V
bGl CoHee UriMi, Brtanna Te and Cot. Notice purgatives are intended to effect. II purely rrgetable C'. II. BUNTING, Columbus in three days, and but one night will be make at short notice, and in the beat manner GENTLEMEN'S

; BRITANNIA d. .. Lamps, Fir. to all inler..tedlhat six and, when used according to the directions. SURGEON DENTIST, pent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. BOOTS AND SHOES of every descrip
c: Fender with ,.knob Brass Fire Dug, Shovel IS hereby given persons will be found an invaluable article especially to those located in The public may rest assured that every attention will tion. Boot footed soled,and otherwise repaired
months after dateI shall final account permanently QuincyFlorida
prevent will
my HAVING good style and at reasonable charges. He warrant
afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver comfort of those
be the who
and TwUCarpen paid to patronize
Tong..lalumirr' lowI.n and tenders hi services to the Day
voucher Hon. of
to tbe Judge Probate in and !* public his work to be equal to done in the pllC&JJ.
General Debility. any
.
( ;4V Ir"oi.. hf every d. for the of or in th: various branches of hi From his this Line.
ripiol. County Jeflerson ana apply for a discharge profession. *
Doctor J. Reese Griffin I and to give as good satisfaction aa to fitting Pother
Just received an4 fo sale by S. F. afthe Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks Prepared by Pike county, experience and success in practice he feel assuredof FARE; workman.
.. Sepiembsr25,1S17.o:: Georgia. and for ale by appointment at I From TaU.baMBe to Quincy$2 50 to Bainbridge
;
late of saJd County, d ecl. I being able to please those who may patronise him. JOHN LERCH.
V V E. BARNARD, Jr's.. $5 to Albny, $11,and to Macon $22.
B. bo
'4 ; JAMES n. BROOKS.Jeffereoa Dr. refer I public to ;
Bpanlth Regalias. May8,1847. 42 tfIf.
County. Oct. 30, 1847. 15 6m Drug Store Tallahassee Col. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DATIBSOV, WRIGHT fe SAWYER, Proprietors.By ,

V 0 000 JUST received p Brig Locy, and DANIEL LADD, Newort. Gen. C. H. DVPONT Dr. R..E. Lrrri. JOHN M. VARN. Agent. IT!. IT1AHTIIT,
r.al.by Monlicello 00- Office at the Planter's Hotel,T.l1ab.aiee-C"
.1 Good Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited
L A II. GREBE A CO. Fancy Quincy on at their residence a* usual. E.BAILEY Agent; at Maj. NA TIIANS.in Quincy. Comnluion tad Forwarding IirtiiBt,

: : ;, Oo M. 1"1. 1 p :1 V / Plain and Embroidered Mouslin de Laine. Agent for Thomas county Georgia LA.

.i Dr. J. H. Scales, Satin striped Cashmere, plaid pon Silk, Uaj W. 1S47. 44 Bagging and Rope. Lard Whiskey &c. SELLING RECEIVING. AND FC*-
BUYING.
French Tattar Plaid
Gingham
V : SUftlGEGON| DENTIST PIECES Kentucky Bagging 60 coib of Rope from New attended to with prcmptne
Scarf and Cravat, Egyptian and Regency Lace, 75 for sale reasonable TUST received per Schooner Southerner
V b* found hi. old Rooms at J. L. Dem!]. Collar.trimmed and untrimmed, NoUce.SIX on term. by J Orlean, S bbl Whiskey, KKrEKI TO
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V flrtardijoj Hoo8 turin th fall and winter Linen Cam. Hdk/s. French Kid Glove, month alter dl.te.laball prestat my account 0 i 1 do. Lard A. BETWICX. :* S. S. SIKLSTT.
months, vnle when profeswonillv engaged.Dr. .- Ladies and Misses spun Silk Glove. Toucher to the Hon. Judge of Probate in 1 do. Mole****. December

.. S. h ringsj s receifed; large wpply of all kiD1 Gentlemen printed L. C. Hdkf..,a new article, end for the Counter of JeRercon *nd apply for a dis- Rifle and Shot-Gun t do..Syrup, S, 1348. 20 >

Pt' or material .ppe. aJDii>g to hw profession i tw Do. Scarf and Cravat, V V charge a* Administrator de font ntm of the .nlte V 10 Boxes Soap, I V ITISTAR'SOF WILD CHERRY f*

a to perform any op rotion with ne tncM and Now receiving per Brig Carryl and.line, abd .f Everett White,l t* el said County, deceased. '' ,ASSOJtTED qualitie.. lizu and price just ro- Rice. ,Java CoCae. fee. fee. for sale low by V V sale by. LXWW AI AME8FebnaTy -

repur on the a tpproved pltp. ,,lor Ml* low by : H. MflK N185. T..,BEATTY, -. : for*al* % S. P.. BUViEY.SeJJ y '* ALFRED E. HO&1S47. ";114'. V "

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