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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: December 4, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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j a .1 aitJwnl. gMO :Naye-Meters. Brett, Fairbanks, FloyJ; 'McMillan Priest,.Sraiib, WJDn'DA.T: December 1, 18ttTbe of Join &.uamrnis and Oliver-Wood, of Duval county Electors of .

Tabor, Traccy-9.Therebeing Senate: met pursuant to adjournment ; a quorum being pros George Kingsley, deceased, have instructed m* lo'report- t j

DAr, November 29, 1847. a tie, the motion was lost. ent, after prayer by tbe Rev. Mr. Choice, Chaplain of the Senate, That they haTe had Ihe same under consideration, and bare a t
A Mr. Burritt moved to lay said bill on the table ; the Journal yesterday read and tbe following Bill and the prepared
The Senile met pursuant to adjournment. quorum being pre. was approved.Mr. ; ak concurrence of the Senate therein j
aunt, after prayer by the Rev. Air. Choice, Chaplain of the Senate, On which the ayes and noes were called by Messrs. Floyd and Fairbanks moved the appointment of a select committee to report : 1

the Journal of Friday's proceedings were read, amended and ap Fairbanks, and were : to the Senate upon the operation of the present revenue laws olthis AN ACT to authorize the Excadort ,
of George Kinsley d deceived i
Yeas-Mr. President Messrs. Burritt Lorrimer
Moseley,
Avery, State, and whether the same conform to the Constitution in pro. Sell Real Ettatc.

i proved.On motion of Mr. Priest, so much of he I Governor's message as Sanderson, Tracey, Watts-8. riding for an equal and uniform mode of taxation, to report as early SECTIO 1. Be if enacted by the Senate and ITotUf of Reprtscna.ftees .
Priest
Messrs. Costen Fairbanks McMillan
Nays Brett Floyd ,
ractucable.
I relates to settlers upon the lands located by the Agents of the State, Smith Tabor-8. as of the State of Florida, in General Assembly cctttned. That
irsi referred to the Committee! on Propositions and Grievances.I I Which motion"u agreed to, and Messrs. Fairbanks, Tracey and John S. Sammis and Oliver Wood, or either of them Executors of s
>
c I There being a tie, the motion was lost. ,
On motion of Mr.Tabor, Mr. Costen was added to the Committee Smith were appointed such select committee.On the last Will and Testament of George '
deceased be antI
Kingsey
Mr. Sanderson moved to refer said bill to the Committee on Amendments motion of Mr. Fairbanks Mr. Burritt added ,
Claims and Accounts. was to said com they are hereby authorized to sell either at
on
public sale
and Revision of the Constitution or private any, +
On motion of Mr. Tabor, Mr. Costen was added to the Committee ; mittee. and ail of the real estate of tbe said (Icoi S
on Amendments and Revi&ion of the Constitution On which the ayes and noes wore called for by Messrs. Floyd and Mr. Burritt gave notice that he would, at some future day, ask him at the time of hh death ; proridcd, that belonging no sale} shall be made (to r
Fairbanks and by
On motion of Mr. Lorrimer, Mr. Co ten was added the Comjnittce were : leave to introduce a }bill to be entitled, An Act to amend an act to either of them until ho shall haTe first filed in the office oflbe t
Yeas-Messrs. AverBjrrilt, Moseley, Sanderson, Tabor-5. Judge
organito the Circuit Courts of the State of Florida.
of
the Stale of the Commonwealth.On Probate of Duval
on Mr. President, Messrs. Brett, Costen Fairbanks Floyd county, such security for the proper( applicationof
\ay- ,
Mr. notice that he would
Moseley future
added to tho gate at some day, ask tbe
motion of Mr, Sanderson, Mr. Fairbanks was proceeds of such sale as the Judge of Probate! of said
Committee! on the Judiciary. Lorrimer, McMillan, Priest, Smith, Tracey, Watts-11. leave to introduce a bill giving: to the Judges o the Circuit Court the may require. county 't

of Sanderson Mr. Durritt placed on the Comsnittec So the motion was: lost. power to impose fines and forfeitures in criminal cases.
On motion :Mr. was
S. L nURRITT
Chairman.
t On motion of Mr. Floyd the said bill was ordered to be engrossed Mr. Sanderson moved the of committee the ,
appointment a joint
The
Commitee
Federal Relations. on Taxation and
on Revenue, to whom referred .
On motion of Mr. Avery, Mr. Fairbanks was added to the Com for a third reading on tomorrow.A House concurring, for the purpose of examining the accounts of the a bill to be entitled, -\n act lo provide for tbe Assessment was and Collec. 1
bill to be entitled, An Act to make the certificates of the Treasurer
Schools and Comptroller and Treasurer, ai required: by the law organizing the tion of tbe State and
mittee on Colleges.Pursuant Revenue
County leave
beg to that
,
of this State, receivable in of all public dues, report, they +
to previous notice, Mr. Sanderson introduced a bill to be payment said offices of Comptroller and Treasurer of this Stale..Wbichmotion have had t the same under consideration, and return the
hf'rewith'to
Was read second time and motion of Mr. Fairbanks refer same
entitled, An act to provide for the Assessment and Collection of the red to the Committee a on the, Judiciary.A on siid prevailed Committee., and Messrs. Sanderson, Smith-and Avery the Senate, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration +
and Revenue were appointed 'hereof.
State Which was County read: the first; time, and ordered for a second reading bill to be entitled, An Act to provide for the payment of Jurors, ? On motion .f )[r. Sanderson, Mr. Fairbanks was added to said JOSEPH B. WATTS Chairman.
Was read a second time, and on motion of)Ir. Sa.n erson referred Committee. '
tomorrow.On '%Inch was read! and! concurred in.
motion of Mr. Fairbanks, Ordered, that: said bill be printed. to the' Committee on the Judiciary. Mr. Austin gave notice that he would, on some future day, ask The following]) message was received from the House, and read {
On motion of Mr. Sanderson, Ordered, that 309 copies of the At. ;n..cn ':ion relative to the presentation of swords to Major Loring l leave to introduce a bill to reduce: the fees of Tax Assessor and Col. I Ho. REP. Nov. dO 1847.
,
of the of the and Lieut. M. C. Marin: citizens of Florida in the service of the lector.'
Honorable
toruey General's Report, and 500 copies Reports Adju. I President of lit, Senate : K
United States, was read a second time. Mr. Burritt presented the :Memorial of John S. Sammis and Oliver Enclosed
!lot and Inspector General, be printed. i is "An act so lo amend the Constitution of this State ai '
Pursuant! to a Resolution oft tho Senate, adopted on Tuesday last, Mr. Avery offered the following as a substitute : Stood l Executors of George Kingslry, deceased, praying; the to extend to all free white male inhabitants being citizens of the Uni.

the Comptroller transmitted the following to the SenateCOMPTROLLER'S : WHEREAS, By the 2d section of the 8th article of the Constitution pastagp of a law: authorizing them to sell certain lands ,therein named. ted States wh-j shall have resided within this State ono year, tic ,

OFFICE, > of the State, "no other or greater amount of tax or retenuc can Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Burritt, referred to the Elective Franchise,"

Tallahassee! : November 2 J, 1917. 5To $ at any time be levied than is required for the necessary expenses of Committee! on the Judiciary. Which this day pawed the House by a constitutional majority: ol*

the Honorable President of the Senate government," and consequently no appropriation can be made for the The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the bill two thirds, and was ordered to be certified to the Senate. '

SIB :-In obedience to a resolution adopted by the Senate, I have purpose of procuring such testimonials as are usual in like cases :- entitled, An Act to make the Certificates of the Treasurer of this Very Respectfully, .

the honor to furnish a statement! of the expenses allowed by the And whereas, the members of the General Assembly desire to express State receivable in payment of all! public dues," report in faVor of \\'. B. LANCASTER, t

County Commissioners of the several Counties of this Slate fur as- their appreciation of the services rendered by Major Wm.. W. the passage of said bill, with the following amendment, and ask the Clerk Ho. Rep. e''

resin; and collecting the revenue of the State. Loring, of the United States Army, and Lieut. Mathias C. Mariu, of concurrence of the Senate therein : And on motion, tbe said bill was laid upon the table. u
I have the honor to be, the United States Navy, in the war now waging between the United SEC. 2. Be itfurther enacted, That the officers charged: with the Also the fallowing '1Ito.

Most respectfully, &c. States of America and tbe United States of the Republic! of Mexico : collection of the State taxes shall be, and they are hereby requiredto REP. Dec. 1, 1841.

X. P.I KMISCpmptrolIer.I Therefore, receive the said Certificates at par ; and any such officer who Honorable President of the Senate: .
_
I VM'T.: -PAID ron! \M'T.--PAID FOR Be it R&olrcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the shall directly or indirectly receive the same at a less sum than the SIB:-Enclosed is an Engrossed Bill entitled An act so to amend r

__ II]_ A UlING. II j|| COLLFCTING.COUNTIES. .__ Slate of Florida in General Assembly convened That the thanks of sum therein expressed to be due, shall be deemed guHty of extortion.S. the Constitution of this State, as to make the Sessions of the General
'-n this Government be tendered by his Excellency the Governor to the L. BURRITT, Chairman. Assembly biennial instead of annual I," I
St. Johns 9141 05: 8123 66
Duval 137 95! 97 99 said Major Win. W. Loring and Lieut. Mathias C. Marin, for their Which was read and concurred in. Which this day passed the !House ,by a constitutional majority ot"

Alachua, ,. II 133 95' 106 20 distinguished services and gallant conduct in the war now waging The committee appointed by the Senate to act with a similar com two thirds, and was ordered be certified to the Senate.
between the United States America and the United States of the mittee on the part of the House, to adopt joint rules for the government Very Respectfully! ,
Marion; 92 15! 42 27 "
,
Columbia 113 03 67 93 Republic of Mexico. of the two Houses during the present session, reported the joint \V. B. LANCASTER, ?

Nassau, 67 70 43 93: The question being put on the adoption of the substitute, the ayes rules!' of the last session of tbe Legislature, and recommended their Clerk Ho. Rep.

49 31 30 81 and noes were called for by Messrs. Fairbanks and Avery, and were : adoption.' Which was! read, and on motion, said bill was laid upon the tables'
i Orange, f 963] 6 02 Yeas-:Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Brett, Onrritt, Costen, Lor Which report was received and concurred in, and tbe rules of the Also the following j
,
Levy St. Lucie, 20 00, 12 54 rimer, lc"iIIanloselcJ! Sanderson, Tracey, Walts-11. last session adopted. Ho. REP. Nov. 30, 1347. e
Nays-:Messrs. Fairbanks, Floyd, Priest Smith Tabor 5. Honorable President of the Senate
I\ Monroe, 91 19 65: 5-3 ORDERS OF THE DAY. :
/ So the substitute was adopted.Mr. The enclosed Preamble! and Resolutions relating! to a Mail Route
Benton, : J 23 14 62 Resolution to Committee in relation the
to
Engrossed appoint a
391 ; Lorrimer off red the from
Uainboro", ; 32 .l 20 00 following as an amendment : perHamilton county.ria Blount Ferry, Suwanne River,Rol!* a
Hamilton I 67 35' 41 49 Add, That the two Houses of the Legislature contribute an am. offices of Comptroller and Treasurer, lison's Ferry, St. Mary's River, in Columbia county, Florida, to Cen.
,
Was read third time and lost.
.. 124 96 ount sufficient to purchase swords to be presented Messrs.: Loringand a treville, Georgia," this day passed the Hosue, and were ordered to be '
Madison
131471 I On motion, the Senate adjourned until tomorrow, 10 o'clock.
Marin for their gallant and distinguished services in the :Mexicanwar. certified to the Senate.
.
.
Jefferson, : 186 2I| 203 29
Leon, 301 50'' 337 64 Very Respectfully, I
THURSDAY December 2 1847.
Wakulla, ,. 102 30;I 23 82 On the adoption of which, the ayes and noes were called for by W. B. LANCASTER, '

Gadsden 225: 301 51 Messrs. Floyd and Fairbanks, and were : The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Clerk Ho. Rep. 1

Franklin,, I 270 I, 144 77 Yeas-Mr. President, ;Messrs. Avery, Burritt, Fairbanks, Lorri. Rev. Mr. Choice officiated as Chaplain.A The preamble and resolutions accompanying: said message were :'

Calhoun, 27 76/1 22 03 mer Sanderson6. quorum being present, the Journal of yesterday. was read and read the first time, and on motion the rule waived, and read a Ie. 3
,
Nays-Messrs. Brett, Costen, Floyd McMillan: Priest approved. cond limn ;
Jackson 161 / 154 63 Moseley, ;
.. II 31 85/1 19 13 Smith, Tabor, Tracey, Warts-10. Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Floyd introduced a bill to be en- On motion of Mr. Sanderson, referred to the Committee on the
Washington, So tbe amendment was lost. titled An Act to amend the Constitution of this State so as to have State of-tbe Commonwealth. ;
.
44 26 27
Walton. Mr. Floyd moved to lay the resolution the table. the J atice.oftbe Supreme Court, Chancellors, and Judges of the
upon THE
ORDERS OF
DAY.A .
I
76 !
39 11
Santa Rosa, I On which the ayes and noes were called t> Messrs. A..ry and Circuit Courts, elected bj ibe vote Ot the pcv1. vftkU e..,,,. =
y
Escambia, 127 39 60 6J Burritt, and were : Which was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading bill 10 be entitled An 4t to m lri-' the ee.tfie.toa; of aLe Trea
I Is surer of f this State receivable in payment of all public docs.
II s Yeas Messrs. Brett Costen Fairbanks Priest Smith tomorrow.Mr. .
Flojd ,
,
Was read
\ a second time and ordered be for third
$2.665 54S ,130 02 Watts-7. Burritt moved to rescind the 25th rule ; to engrossed a '
.
Oa motion of Mr. Burritt, Ordered, that 100 copies bo printed. Nays-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery,Burritt,Lorrimer, McMillan, Which motion was lost. reading to.morrow.Resolution .
The following message was received from His Excellency ,the MoseJey, Sanderson, Tabor, Tracey-9. Pursuant to previous notice, Mr. Floyd introduced a bill to be en. in- relation to the Office of Comptroller, was read and

Governor: So the motion was lost. titled, An Act to abolish the pay of Adjutant and Inspector General ; adopted.The
EXECVTIVE DEPARTMENT, read the first time and ordered fur second following message and accompanying documents were received .
On motion, the resolution was ordered to bo engrossed for a third Which was a reading
November from His Excellency the Governor, and read- J
29 1847.
S reading on to-morrow. to-mon ow.
Gentlemen of the Senate On motion of Mr. Priest, tho Senate adjourned till tomorrow Also a bill to be entitled, An Act to authorize the qualified Electors EXECCTIVE DEPARTMENT.::

and of the Rouse of Represent atires: morning, 10 o'clock. of each County within this State to elect Judges of Probate ; December 1, 1847. S
Gentlemen the
I herewith transmit the! Report of the Register of Public! Landsfor Which was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading of: Senate

the State of Florida, showing the action that Officer has taken, to-morrow. and House of Rcyrcsenlatictt

respecting. the several interests placed by the General Assembly un. TCEsDAr November 30 1947. Also, a I bill: to be entitled An Act to prevent the introduction of I hue the honor herewith la transmit a communication from tbd
President of the ; with '
der his especial charge.I Negroes: into this State for hire, belonging to nonresidents, Univers-ty at Cambridge, the accompanying
cannot permit the present opportunity pass, without some commendation The Senate met pursuant to adjournment ; a quorum being present Was read the first time, and ordered for a second reading to-mor- Resolution[ adopted by the! Corporation of that Institution, on the

('bou h inadequate,perhaps) of the manner in which the after prayer by the Rev. Mr. Choice, Chaplain of the Senate, 27lb February last. ,

Regiiier has performed the highly responsible' duties assigned him. the proceedings of yesterday were read and approved.On row.Mr.. Sanderson gave notice that ho would, on to.morrow, ask Very Respectfully,

Besides being responsible in re'pecl to their objects, his duties have motion of Mr. Aver, a committee, consisting of Messrs. Avery leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, An Act more particularly td W. D. MOSELEY.

been necessarily arduous, from the fact that he has occupied a newly Fairbanks and Cottin, were appointed to act with a similar com. define mortgage ]liens ----

created office, demanding great care, and business tact, in its proper mittee on the part of the House, to adopt joint rules for the govern. Also, a bill to be entitled, An Act in relation to roads in Colum UMVEHSITT AT C.ulB.lUDGE.l
disposition. The year preceding the election of the Register, the ment of the two Houses during the present session. bia county.Mr. 8th: March, 1347. \
General On motion of Mr. Brett, :Mr. Lorrimer added to the Commit. Sin :-I haTe been directed by the Corporation of the University.
Assembly committed the business of that Officer to the Ex. was Averygavc notice that he would, on tomorrow, ask leave to
ecutive, who, of course, could not devote that amount of attention to tee on Schools and Colleges. introduce a bill to amend an act entitled an act to organize Courts to transmit through the proper channel to its destination, the enclo

the digestion of a systematic plan of conducting it, so necessary to the of Probate for the State of Florida, approved July 25: 1945.: ed official copy of aot" of thanks, unanimously adopted by the .
organization, increase and preservation of the several funds designated ORDERS OF THE DAY. On motion of Mr. Sanderson, the resolution in relation to the Of- Hoard[ on the 27th ult., in acknowledgment of the liberality of the 4

in the Acts relating to the Office. Hence, the whole burden of Resolution relative to the election Comptroller of this State, Ices Comptroller and Treasurer of this State, was taken from the General Assembly of Florida, in directing a copy of their Journals

digesting such a plan, has fallen upon the present Register. How Was read a second time. able, and placed among the orders oCthe: day. and other.Public Documents, to be furnished for the Library of this

well he has succeeded in this undertaking-the carefulness with Mr. Avery moved that the rules be waived, and said resolution On motion of Mr. Lorrimer, Ordered that 75 copies of the bill tobe Institution.I
which he has watched over the great interests committed to his read a third time ; entitled, An Act to prevent the introduction of negroes into this beg leave to assure your Excellency that this act public cnun '.

hands-and the prompt and efficient manner in which he has discharged Which motion was lost. State for hire belonging to non-residents, be printed.On trey on the part of the Government of Florida is fully appreciated by

his duties altogether-may be seen from the Report and A motion bring made to engross said Resolution, it was lost. motion of Mr. Fairbanks, Ordered, that 75 copies of the Joint the Corporotion interest, and taken that they the regard it a striking indication of tbo t

accompanying Documents. An Act to amend the Constitution of this State so as to make the Rules of the Senate and House of Representatives be printed.On enlightened by General Assembly in the promo-
ion of Letters in .
Very respectfully! sessions of the General Assemblyb'e: nnial instead of annual, motion of Mr. Burritt, Ordered, that 75 cepies of the bill to be our common country.I '
have tbe honor to be with
'W. D. MOSELEY. Was read three several times, as of the third day. entitled, An Act to amend the Constitution of this State so as to have great respect,

Which was read, and, on motion of Mr. Fairbanks, Ordered, that On the-question} Shall the bill pas?" the vote was as follows : the Justices of tbe Supreme Court, Chancellors and Judges of the Your Excellency's EDWARD obedient, faithful servant,

600 copies of said message, and the documents accompanying the Yeas-!Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Brett, Burritt, Costin, Fair. Circuit Courts, elected by vote of the people of this State ) and 75 EVERETT i!

same, b. printed.Mr. banks, Floyd, Lorrimer, McMillan, Moseley,PrieitSandtrson, Smith, copies of the bill to be entitled, An Act to authorize tbe qualified President of the University
Ills
WILLIAM
D. MOSELEV
Sanderson offered the following :- Tabor, Tracey, Watts-16.Nays Electors of each county witbin this State to elect Judges of Probate, Excellency &c, &c., dsc.

Ruoltcd by the Senate, That the Comptroller be requested to -Mr. Avery-1. je printed.Mr. ---
At stated 1 of tbe
furnish a statement of the amount paid witnesses summoned on be So the bill passed by the requisite constitutional majority.! Title Floyd introduced the following preamble and resolution : a meeting President and Fellows of Harvard :
College, in Ba+ton 27 1947 the President
February
communicated'
half of the State, for mileage and attendance each. as stated. Whereas, tbe end and aim of civil government is to secure to ,
Mr. Avery offered the following amendment: Ordered, That the same be certified to the House of Representa individual in the community' the enjoyment of his rights of person a Resolve of the Legislature; of :Florida, directing the Secretary ofStatn t 1
every to transmit
Add : With name of each witness, the days on which be attended, and property ; and whereas, the pure administration of justice is a complete series of tbe State Documents. ;

the amount paid each, and the term of the Court in which it was tives.An Act so to amend the Constitution of ibis State as to extend to of the highest t consequence to any people, and hence the judiciary of Voted-That tbe President be requested to convey to the Legi. k''
lature of Florida tbe
thanks of this
all free white male inhabitants, being citizens of the United States!, our country is most important among the different branches of gov. Board for their liberality in di-
paid.The Chair decided that such resolution was a resolution of a who shall have resided within this State one lear, the elective fran. ernment) whereas, it is now a general and incontrovertible truth.that rectng a copy of their Journal, and other Documents published L/

public nature, and required three readings. chile, this mode of appointment by popular election, is the best system ever heir order A to be transmitted to the Library of the University. ;

Mr. Sanderson appealed from the decision of the Chair. Was read three several times", as of the third day. invented for securing to the Stale, the services of competent and faith- true copy of record.' fc

The question being put the decision of the Chair was not sustained. On the question, Shall the bill pan ?" the vote was as follows : ful public officers ; and that this truth lies at the foundation! of our Attest :- JAMES WALKER, Secretary.

Yeas-Mr. President Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, Burritt, Cos- theory of government ; and whereas, the good people of Florida, have ---
On motion of'fr. Fairbanks said resolution and amendment McMillan: and them to make A bill to be t'ntitlf't.ln act to provide for the Assessment and Col!
were tin, Fairbanks", Floyd, Lorrimer Moseley, Priest, Sander. sufficient intelligence integrity qualify a judicious lection
of
ordered to lie on the table. son, Smith, Tabor, Tracey, Watts-17. selection, not only of members of the Legislature, Governor, the State and Comity ReirnueWas -
Mr. Sanderson offered the following the constitutional members of but also of read a second time, and. ou motion of Mr. Lorrimer, the r
So the bill passed by requisite majority. Title and other State officers, Congress, Judges ;
Refolded by the Senate and Haute of Representative, in General as stated. and whereas, it is a cardinal principle in our republican creed, that Senate resolved itself into a committee of toe whole on said bill, Mr

Attembly convened, That a Committee be appointed for the purposes Ordered, That toe same be certified to the House of Representatives. be governed shall have a voice in the selection of those, who are to Atery in the Chair. a'
'
and requirements of section 8th of the act to organize the of. govern, and that the will of the majority shall rule! ; hence the appointment After some time epent therein, ihe committee rose and by theirChairman

fir Treasurer of the State of Florida-and the 9th section of the An Act to provide for the assessment and collection of the 3ate: and of Judges who are to dispense justice among them, shouldbe reported the bill hack tit the House with sundry amend'

act to organize that Office of Comptroller of Public Accounts of the Courty Revenue, in accordance with their wishes ; and whereas, the original pur. ion menus thereof., and asked leave to be discharged (rom the further considers .

State of Florida. Was read a second time. pose in England, fur which Judges were appointed for life, was to render < Which received.
Read first time, and ordered for a second reading to-morrow. On motion of Mr. Fairbanks, referred to the Committee on Taxation them independent of the ,crown, and thereby protect the people The was
question hen! being concurring in tile of the
ORDERS OF THE DAY.A and Revenue. against its corruptions and oppressions ; but in a government like upon report Com-

A\, to be entitled, An act so to amend the Constitution of this Resolution to appoint a Committee in relation to the offices of ours, founded on the public will, such a principle operates) in a con. }mittee,,and the yeas were-and nays were called fur by Mesas Sanderson and'loyd

Stale as to extend to all free white male inhabitants, being citizen Comptroller and Treasurer, trary; way, and against that will } and whereas, it is absurd in a rep. YEAS-Messrs. Austin, Costen, Fairbanks, Floyd, Lorrimcr, Me-
tIC the United States why, shall bare resided within this State one Came op on its second reading.On rescntative government, to create a set of officers, holding office for Millan, Smith, 'r.bor-e.
jer,the elective franchise motion Ordered to be engrossed' for to-merrow. life, irresponsible to Ihe people in the exercise of the powers thereof;
N.cYl--lr. Pre.ident.1\Iessrs.\
Burritt !
Was read three'times as;of the second day, and, on motion of Mr. Resolution in relation to Major Wm. W. Loring and Lieut. M. C. and whereas, governments: are only republican in proportion as they lerson, Tracey, Watts-8. Avery, Brett \fOlely] ,BaD' i
Marin the will of the and execute whereas, a life tenurein ..
Floyd embody people
ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on to-morrOW. There being a tie, the report was not concurred in.
A Ml to be entitled, An act so to amend the Constitution of this Was read a third time and.adopted. office is a Teslage of an imperfect, anti-republican model, and On motion of Mr. Fairbanks, the Senate adjourned until tomorrow
State u to make the sessions of the General Assembly biennial Ordered to be certified to the House. should not be adopted in this age of liberty and enlightened enquiry, 10 o'clock.
instead of annual! J A Committee from the House, consisting of Messrs. Hagner, and in a government like ours. .

,, Was read three timesas of the second Blackburn and Allison, informed the Senate that tbe messages trans Be it therefore resolved, That tbe Judiciary of our State should be

Mr. Fairbanks moved to refer said bill day.to Select] Committee ; milted to the House by the Secretary of the Senate, relative to the republicanised, by rendering all the Judicial officers thereof elective Tongues are like nee bones, which ran faster tbe Jew weight

Which motion was lost amendments of the Constitution, did not specify that the bills had by the people, and for a term of years only. hey carry.

Mr.Sanderson moved to go into a Committee of tbe Whole on said been passed by the requisite constitutional majority.Mr. Resolved That in our opinion tbe good people of Florida are ca.pable Men whom old age alone makes virtuous, give to God the devilVcaviugs.
Fairbanks moved that the House be informed, That tbe (both in regard to intelligence and integrity) of selecting their .

hipOa which min tbe aye and noes were called br Messrs. Floyd bills bad been agreed to by the Senate as required by the Constitution Judicial officers, and that the Constitution of the_ State should be so If a coat be ever so fine that a fool wean\ it is still but a fool'.

**"1 Lommer, and were : of this State." amended as. to give to them tbe election of said officers. 1 coat. '

** -'. fr'P"1*"*. )Messrs. Burrkt Costen Lommer Which motion prevailed. Which was read and ordered tot second reading on to-morrow. The Yolopt jarr is a marketable commodity be bought or sold _
-leI, 8&Ddenoa, Watttr8.'I. Avery, OA motion, tbe Senate adjourned unit to-morrow at 10 o'clock. Tbe Committee on the Jodiciary.to whom was referred tie pstitiun Every perks ha*just u nock pride as he wants HIMe.T .






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t l': : 'If"t I J FutiAT, Dcccmier3! ,. 1817. and coldier-Iike appearance on the field;'together with ihe beauty THE FLORIDIAN. improvements and then run,lie risk of being over to be erected immediately.: Years i.c..taother -
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I were such as to reflect the highest credit on ties seek a home some Where! use. If in m body 1'.tc1J.-
I i Mr. Cbolce offtciateJ as Chajilalu.A : 'LET VI AL02CX. or
TATLOU has tvrittea
It'uertothe
'.t"l-ti: t the ; read officers and the State In whoso. service they have engaged.It of half a dozen sections ct public land. the State DraocrWic eW
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quon.tn procccdlu i yez4erdiy
being present
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: : General that with tots of New York city who bad nominated
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't ,': t and is a source regret Adjutant Saturday December 4, 1847.The should have selected say two of them, the settlers laiD\ fer
approtcd. of bill llo b cxcept'-on of the Sicond Brigade, no returns .atrengtfc those two most abandon their borne, and seek fullswjpg lijnifitjM
._n 't ureiiaht[ lo previous notice, Mr. SawJ..noD Introduced a upon
-4 Mililia/of; / Stata hare been made to his office siace the orgaaiza.ion Rey, J.H. RICE will preach in the Tret- their honest toi11enied them by paragraph occurs :
tJ-: for
: : entitled Au vcl more I juitt'cularly! lo d!-fine m{'rtjg" line. : that security ..
'ti1 the and
; : Which! in.s read firtt tiu; ordered fur a rdiugI. the General oftbe Stat, upon the spirit of the resolution. I have resjwtr.!J,
law Brigadier u
annually en
Z? i t lo-morrovf devolving by hour. General Government, or risk the value of their labor .sythat areealiy! tft the eirit ant ierf-illion t'tL.
detrimental this arm of tbfl public
';t ;; On motion of Mr. Burrht, ordered that 73 copies of said bill be and the omission is seriously of the discharge lo of thift duty, at The Sentinel and Governor Mesiage. to the tender mercies of the mcnied man. De- course blch I l.ace IhNJt..t It .dYlubJe to &dOfI I
service. The importance punctual do not (eel myself l at to
liberty
.1 uru.
J' ; side about the wi. policy of such ant i
rinted. to nothing
\ '. .' ibis critical period of our history, should appeal with great force to We exceedingly regret that the editor cf the Sen- sav ment having the nature of a pledge fojThe 2D11 toiifiesi-;
1 notice Mr. introduced a bill to l be en. law in emigration, and thereby enhancing .
Pursuant lo previous Avery a encouraging .
the patriotism and public spirit of those charged with its execution. tint has so far mistaken his duty to his party a to part,
: 1 jf- .. :, An act to aaienJ an act entitled: .. An aa to organise Courts Imperftrctioas in the present Militia 1 law oftbe State, not unfrc.rjuea'ly mi'rfe so shameful and unprovoked an assault ripen the value of our lands we conceive that thepassage
; t tf Pr.ttT! for the State of Florida." of such a measure is due as a matter cf : Governor cf Alatami has i.-tl. a
and efficient is PI'
of his contained -
interpose a serious obstacle in the way of a speedy Governor and a portion message as
i l' ,1 : WLicuvas rcaJ the first iime: and ordered to a second reading tom organization and drill of the Militia. The Ccurt Martial in his last paper. There is assuredly nothing rght.to those who had jxttlfd upon what they con- htnation giving notice that the Scat of.Covernnt etof

S f' >rro\r. feature i is peculiarly ambiguous in its phraseology! with portions to in the message which calls for this discreditable aed sideicd U. S. lands, but which Lave since been that State is removed to Meatgonrery.
's, Piirsutrjt ; notice, Mr. Moselev InTi-duced a bill lo I,e taken the State and held it. In
lo previous by are new by
apparently at conflict with each other, as to defy any thingdike an unmanly: stab." The document ilself is a plain From the FtinJa !ncl 7t l.
.h .1 rntit.Jn of the Circuit: Co-iris of this!
: : act to give to the Judges of Eastern and SouttTem Counties, a large
.I intelligent construction of rome of its parts. Defects in oiler portions comprehensive, and honest view of State affairs- some our NAMES: AND EVIDENCE OF MEMBERS OP
1 the to im} t? fijcs aid forfe'lurrs in criminal case-. of the have thus settled who
Slate 9'iwer (.the law "becomo apparent to those who have attejnpted to containing such suggestions and recommendations as portion population : are GENERAL ASE.'UBLY.&s21Qra. .
) ; Which was read tLo firit time aud ordered to a second reading to land belonging: to Florida, It is certainly
organize under it, and would doubtless! present themselves to those no doubt th Executive deemed an imperious sense note on .

: 1 t .' morrow. wLose duty, it i* to revise and amend, on a careful review ofjt.Tho of duty required him to make ; and we feel no hesitation due to 1 these people that they have a prior eight in DAJCIK G. McLtix, Walton: Ccnaty,
the memorial of Asa p. Claik: PmLW
Mr. Lorrimer presented : praxir.g
z : : report of the Quarter Master General, marked A, is here. in tying that every honest, unprejudiced the purchase of the land they have improved. We Georgia Hou e. -

",.: that the Ciimjrfroller may be directed to audit: and ailovv a certain with communicated, showing the issues of public arms to the volun- wh:< in the State will unite with us condemn-- arc glad to l learn that the member from Marion has O. M. ATerv. Eoaji! County, City HoteL

:, t. claim therein named.Wbich teercorps of the State, as also the amo-nt ia his custody! and belonging in; the strictures of the whig organ as discourteous taken up the subject, and wl.en his system shall be M McMillan..SvtiR *3 county!GeorgiaHot*"
tLc !
.) was rca-J, and on motion of .!r. Lorrimcr, referred to examined if it liberal and ou lit Washington Ttor. Washington and Calhogn ewa.
: : to the State. and in very baitI3\te. The editor of'thc Sentinel proves as as we can tie*, Georgia Koase.

_, committee TLc ftll! winY claim communication!. was received from the Comptroller! ; I have: carefully inspected the arms, etc., ia: tLc armory of the has a perfect right to indulge in such criticisms as to grant we hope the Legislature! will adopt it. John Brett Jackson ecur.tj Georgia Hoc**

1" State and feel that much cannot bo be$owed on the Robert J. ll yJ. Franklin count,. rtanter'
1" :: (*oirTKOLLEKs* thricE, Tallahassee!: Dec. J, 1817. : too praise may he most agreeable! to his fancy, and to make Presidential Candidates. Jo Hotel
*>ph Ao tin. G tden coanty."Planter"
patriotic Quarter: Master General, for tlis care and neatness with! himself just as ridiculous as he pleases, and in hi. There is lack of difference the bu. HoteL
: he t
; To the ILmorallf rrisidrtJ of >ctia.'e : no among J. II. T I rin>er, Leon county, Georgia Hocse.
3. 1 Sia :-TLe urnicrfeigtieil reppoctPillv represents that the many: cals: which tLc public arms have been preserved. own "aj-but it is always! best to pay some little re- monious" whigs (ride the 35 f r .I) balloting: fcr aSenator Wm. 11. Walker. W ku** county. Muter. HoteL

_: fur infiirniatioii 'from lli H Treasury Department, and the current bisi.nets Respectfullyyour cbt. ser t. gird to decency and public opinion and to honorable in the Whig Legislature of Tennessee,) as John M. Smith, Jefferson coimtj, City HoteL

4 of tLc office, renders it imjH'fi! !c i for him to answer all Iht Resolutions JOHN S. BROOME : and candid representations, in reviews of documents to who shall be run in the next Presidential contest.: Wra P. Mo eley I Madron 'count,. Planter's Hotel

Lo therefore asks! of the lion. Senite Acjutant! : an J Inspector General .M.Orrics ct the character question. If such has been Joseph B. WatU. hamilton coanty. Planter' IToteL
; wilLout assistance ; There is considerable! billing! and rooms, repelling John P. Sanderson, rolambts! county. City HoteL

t Mii'Lority t fo empliiy: such aiJ as may be found requisite, to meet the .\.) the course ol: the whi; j journal in this city, we leave and advancing, now going on,, and it is hard to tell Gabriel Priest, A'achna and Marion eoontie*. Plan.

'. i dcinauds! of the Genet! .h embly. ( the community to d.ler ine. But it seems to be which section of the party will carry the day. The ter' Hotel

f Very ReFpectftilly, QcAnrra :MASTER GEyEp&r., the policy cf whi; editors to abuw without stint every friend. ol Gen. TATIX insist that Le is the only Samuel L. Burrltt; DcTal cocntv. City Hotel.E. .

.. :.( Yc/ur Ob't. Serv't., Tallahassee, .'\OT. 23, 1817. S thing emanating from democratic pen*. Therecan man that can be elected by the Whig If this be George. D. Trary.U. Fair Nassau nb.county St. ,John's.Plants r'St.. Hotel

J N. P. BEMIS, Controller.; SIR :Enclosed I have the L:nor to submit: to you my Report of ba nothing siid, advised, recommended hinted so, they will assuredly beaten, as Gen. T. has repeatedly Oranp. Dr. Taylor's.Richard Lade and

WLich V'as rt':1d.i 1. tLi number of Arm and Equipments distributed to Volunteer! Com- or pointed oat, but is distorted, misrepresented or said that he will not be the candidate of D. Bradley: Be&ton as.] ILnaboroagb not

i 4 On motion of Mr. Burrilt, saU communication was referred to a pihU's, during tLc J past year, with the names of tTje companies to abused bJ thorn. It is a part of the ,.hi; creed to any partyand it there be truh: ii mi. h.- i-p'J% arrived.
Messrs. flu uL'Mji they were delivered, the amount! of bonds entered into for the John Coktcn. Dade and Monroe Planter's IIoteL
; I felect ,:eJu.rnifl'C-iaieJ: select! ccinmittee cou-i i>ting oi : contend that nothing good can come out of Naza- ed against it. The struggle seems to be between
I sam, (all of uhich bonds are made piyable! to the State of Florida Reprttextxtiret.Josrrt .
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ritt. Fairbanks and the best and wisest and
: Avery. nth ; and ha is accounted t. the friends ol Mr. CLAY and old Rough and K"ady.
On motion of t Mr. San-Jerson, the rub. was waived an J b'* allor: ed also tLc number and kind of arms now on haiul. most zealous of the party, who is foremost in abuse In reference to these diffrrer.ces,a late nnmler ef the B L xciSTir, speaker, Dora! county, City
Hotel.
S : ,lo iiMArt daRt the Senate, the Homo concurring: nlll i: g e, into the cl.-c- Very Respectfully: ofes-ery thing democratic. With them, they seem
advocate T
Richmond KepuMieann for A TLOK.bas Joseph Quiggle,E.nrnti3 countv. City HoteL
0 tion of Y0iiloleranl, : Treasurer, OH to-morrow at 12 o'clock.: Your Oli't.! Serv't., "
"' ; to think, are wisdom and decency" only to ba the fcllowir.g: John Chain. Santa Rosa rountv. Georgia lines
Vliich; "''? ttf'JltC1f. R. A. siiixn. bend and whoscever to direr with John Morrison. Walton. Georgia Hoa
e.
V may presume In reply to a remark of till Can r.JJigua (X. Y.)
e Ordered! tLat tLe I IIC certified the House. Qr. Mr. Gen'l. John W. Wv!
to Cook. .
Kim? them, is necessarily! a knave cr an idot. Any one r.I.O5itori, ("hig ) that there never has been creatvr : ; Georgia House.
P. S. I would! aso state! that the Arms and Equipments: were B. J. J. Mitchell; Jackson. Plater' HoteL
with both i in
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ORDERS: OF THE DAY.A familiar with whig newjpaptrs knows this to be the difficulty political parties selectingtheir
stored! in the basement rooms cf the Capitol, but fin those candidates fcr the than tbe Wrx Hall!! G ; ling room Presidency new,
bill;: to be cniiile l, An act to preside for the .tsscssmcntarnl Collection case, and in our own little city we have an almost John Tanner. Georgia Hoose.
damp, ar.d tLc anAs fat injuring by rust, I communicated the fact to Washington Nati.nil Whig remarks : 'How you
of the State and C.untlc'cl1lC. : wee'Jy' verification it in the various articles which in reference to the Whi j it Peter hobart FrankJin, Planter HoteL
4 the Governor, and by his authority! a suitable! LuiJing"as rented, for can say so ; party utterly to .
\ A. K. All.on. Ga.JJtn,
\Va lead
IIccunJ time.
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: a *rat ttie lumi.s cf the Senlnel.We inexplicable. The question (for the Whig party to
.. On tLe motion: to cngroes said :bill for a tLir.l reidinihe yeas and the pirjKc of s'orinjr them. They are now stored in the building cannot : viflc"iif space to remark upon solve in relation to the next Presidency i is. whetherit James 1.. bi! W,, M

4. called :'h'l\"rc. Sanderson! and Pries.1 ami alluded!! l tr>, and have ever since been in good order. I think this spare will have victory cr defeat ? If it desires ictorv, Mile M. John, Georgia Hoo..
of; nays were by ; were- the criticisms of our neichfcor on the three or four Daniel Brad reJ. -
buildiii: to ba as dry and as well adapted to the for which it it has only to declare that Gen. Tinier hail be the
Yi:.-Messrs. Aiciy, Brett, Lan liner, Mosee! SanderscnTiacev ; purpose points upon which lie gives; the people of Floridathe candidate. If it desires defeat, it Las only to take A. C. Maxwell, Leon, at hi.s residence in TtlWnsT. -
used iz:1 .
is ;
a' \\Hi-7. now ( Annorv.) as any building in the city, and as it .
t "
else.!
incalculable! bneft cf his views, viz : biennial up somebody
$ NArl.-Ir.I Prc>iJenf, )J eSSftr. Austin, Burrilt, Co ten, Fiilan!;?, Las been rented t for a limited lime, I w uJllJe glad to have some ac. sfssions cf the Lvi-inre! reducing the lice of citizenship The National llhit it will be borne ia mind, is T. II. H i tin takers! uv-.n l111J.lcJiilaa! Pr nf, SiuLb, Tabor-10. from tvrtlvc to six months, and election of the cran cf TATLOR at Washington, ar.d i i., it i i" Charles D1nrerman. Leon Ilanter's HoteL
.' I'I TLe b'ji'oing can be !leased for a term of rears, or purchased .
.. Si) 111'lUeJ:h1 \\3 0 J'.1,?. J'ldes by the 1 f-eople. We may observe, however, presumed, good authority en all points touching hi i, John L Cra fo-d, Wakulla, Planter's HoteLETiis

; .. A bill to f Iw entiJcJ11 act to make! tLe certificates( of the Treasurer I at a "er.rClS"n1fJe. : price, and with a trilling expense, may be up"n tbs first point, that it has not been made a political own particular five rite, and is also to be relied on Bhckbam: Jefferson, Planter's HoteL

of tLis State iccehaMe! ; ia auutut of all does I mtiJi very secure.TLere Joshua Taylor: *- Georgia lines.
jmbiic -
j' matter-generally all parties being in (.vcr as a whig journal generally.: In a recent number .
Was read tLirJ time; and the ll l I boicg no emoluments whatever: attached to tliis department, Thomas Hot, '* a
sb tbi bill l
a 6u !
j'J5ition, pc> arnep.dir.2 the Constitution in this respect. Still, the! fcllcnins question is aAed and answered by the
I he and I and it heinz tcc of trouble! expense, and #rcat inconvenience, I applied Samuel T. Henderwn Madison Planter's HaUL
yeas nays were- we hope tint: a citizen might be permitted to doubt ( itr. S"uthernVbi would! do well to look at it Si&sS: Over trett, not arrived.
to Lis the Governor for the of
YKAS Mt-ksii. Burritt; Faixbanks f Excellency appointment an Ar.
Avcry, Lorrimer, Mo'cley, Mil'.cc J. Bryan HamL'ton, Planter's! HoteL
the policy ot such a step at this early stare of c ruiter.ce closely :
muse, and by his authority: : one was appointediLo, I am pleased tosiv. .
I'jiest SanJorson Taor! Watts 0.NAVS Kin a
; James J. ?. Columbia! ,
State without denounced The Journal, whiz! asks who
Albany )
f as a sovereign being Evening (
: Mr. i4-e; It'sss.c. jJ Co Las fdiihfuUy: discharged the duties of bis office, and trust that he George H. Snuh. City Hotel.
HanJ
Brett Me.Millan
cr, heretic. Our cuht i is more fit than Mr. Claj to ri,>.e3?t.t principles of
'! Swish, Trace\-o will;! I IJo well:! remunerated for tLc same, as it is impossible! for the arms as a neighbor to re- [ncitro] freedom ? We an.ver ere : bat we think John \\'atffYr.. Ivy, Planter's: IIoteL

ij? the bill] j 1'1Ued,title! as state*!. I to receive that attention tLey require, without au appointment of the nenvbt-rtoo! that there are men in.i.i:own party whoare Gen Taylcr ju.t LS gxl for he ii i.ifaeor of ttenJinz :- Louis .\.crieh.Iadiu3.! City I!.tel. .
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kind. opp< sed to the measure, and the only votes recorded t\e ordinance c/t tdI3 (rrr Lerr.Jeyaeqttherl Arcbitttl Collin Duval. Georsi Hous.
Ordered tLat tLe! pirne J i.e cerufied to die Ho. v'. cny Planter'
1Iiinboth1lID.UAU., Hot !
agsiait ths biennial bill in the Legislatureare from JT'riee. ad u the crvlv nan wita lfi.h :
A J bill!I to lIe esikJ: ; An act to authorize the Eseculori (f George I. R. A. S. whom we can beat the Dem. J. S. BEOOIE.NUMBER siren i by whig: representatives. We readily ac.
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Kin: .sler: d<(ceased, to sell reul estateWat The sane number contains a few ccresicb i interesting ia'..
ccrd to them, and the constituent whose will t theyare
John Scott Marion, City Hotel.
rea-I a H'cuUj :ims au-J ordered! to be enrrrosstra ilr a tLiid itcccs which we .rain commend to the
in their If&ae Garrison Benton. Planter's IIoteL
Jii OF RIFLES AND EQUIPMENTS presumed to express honesty c.ppcsitiun.
rca .
on to.miJrTtw. believe that too hasty close attention Scnlhern ruenof al parties : Wia. };({ .Hillsboroujh.! *
doubt
; A bill to 1 le entleJn: act to prevent th. intmJuclion of Negrot'siuo DdicTcd to \ !uncr Companies by the Quarter Master flcncralarsiiy They no sincerely we are Tt.ee\, Yeik Tribune taiesthe same view cfMr. John 1C. MiteheU!I. Monroe Planter's lIot 1.
for this and seekto
but them
this State for Lire, IJ ?:un; iag to :'':. "Idents- the pass year, with name of Company to Khotii delivered. ; shall we denounce Clav's seventh res .lution as we do. It considers John D. Sheldon! Orange Planter's HoteL
-: Was read a second tim". TIle Jefferson I Independent Riflemen make political capiUl; for ocr party cut of it ? it ;as opposed to the extension of slavery ia any Miles O. Barahaza, St. Lucie,Planters HoteL

Mr.! FlotiJ riiMvciJ the f., !owinr afnen-Jjnenis: to saM bill; : 50 Halt's ritlcs, \\itb; bayonets ; Not we-we had much rather leave to our neighbor territory which may be annexed to the L'aion, and Fletchf, Dade not arrived.
claims him therefore, a llllmot Proviso Seat from Calhoun County, in contest before tbs
.. After the woid Lire" in tLe tth line of Mrction 2, :llM,** 3nrJ such :!:0 Gun Slinks! 50 Waist Belts, with plates ; The pleasure of dabblin in such dirty pools- lie.. The Boston Atlas! as rejoices that! Mr. Clay man.occupies people of thartounty.

tlave or .!aK-s sbill be Leld l is cu to'v until saiJ [>ecal>j be piid cti" 'O Bayonet Berts, with plates ; however, doe not wait lur our opposition fo be"re the same ground a* Mr. Webster occupies cn

.. .m.J d: hr.t." 5J B"lyonet Scabbards, with frogs attached ; corded by our votes but jumps at a bare suggestionof the subject of slavery ; tha they are both Wilmot TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA.
.' .4. AScr ib- Ii5ior l .* LeatLer Pouches Flasks the Governor to change the bill in one single fea. Proviso men. This accord with cur view of Mr.Claj'sTth .
COOI1 50 50 with
; ? \ in the 3 1 line of section 6, ail!, slings ;
! I'rtfruleJ, TLat this act baM! n-'t Le enforced itbin any other county 50 Pouch Belle, 50 Screw Drivers 50 Wipers ; tare and denounces that as opposition and evincivef The Pcnns resolution.lanian talks about OH ZacL's FcllOll'.CiLiza..JBeing about to enter
* *. of this T. K.H ;... o Uuiiei Jloulds !; i a desire to lilt the measure'! Sham on such petting upon the discharge cf the duties devolving
t :t ij-atoi: tLan iLe couMy of FrauJ.l's.XVh'cb r. t >j' 0'" Vices out the way of Old Kentucky (Mr. Clay.) Old
Picks and Crushes bare-faced attempts to deceive the people The upon me, as your Representative in the Congress
: aurtrrlrrwnts tret. c.urrrd 1:1.Oa : 50 ; Kentucky not on the course. And' besides old!

inia of Mr. 11o\-d!, sai-i; till! vas referred! to tLe committee For all!! of \\ich! :: bond has been entered into, by the Captain, 1st Governor, among the very first to sngTc..t bi lI. Buena Vista never get out of the way for anybody. of the United States, I take this occasion -

oo the Juciarv..p and 2d Lietcnants, and two others, members of tho corps. nialsclsi'msandTOIJ1J any-ean any-honest man The Albany Eiccing JournalWhLr, also opposes to return you my most grateful acknowledgements .

A bill to fcemiifd! .\& set to amend thc Constittrion oftbuStat:! ; : K. A. SHINE distort his recommendation to odar-ge Le bill so the Ontario, for its Repository preference, Whig cf Ju'lie. published! McLean at Cananclaigna for- and heartfelt thanks, for the dii.guis'ued -

',-t tt mi tu htv? tLe J'I%tic( cf the i iprenie CoijrU Chancellor.!, :ui.JuJ J Qr. Mr. Gen'l. that Senators shall be elected for two instead: of four President on the ground that the Judge is not ire- I honor you have conferred upon me,

es of tLv Circuit Court*, elected by the toii oHhe peoj':Ic- I years, into a desire to defeat a measure which he! CHO-LIBERTT en ugb. Gentltmci,}eta way as well by electing: : me to so important.an office.I

., Was read.a !tc.n11im?, aud &:i niotiou {Jr. Iloyd, ordered! to !!i iMI i.' LIST OF ARMS counseled and advised only twelre months ago ? Tut: cease this bickering for there is only" one mane commence my political career at a period

.' the table' Now on h'izd at the Arnory Rovmi. suppose: the recommendation of his Excellency carried can elect and he is Zachary Ta (. most eventful in the history of oar

: A bill to i tie rn'.itf i:] An act to authorize tb: f '1:11jfieJ voters cf each! 4 Sells of 4 Horse Artillery Harness, complete! ; out-how is that ta defeat or even- postpone biennial Peace Speculations. Country, when our statesmen, most distinguished .

;-I c.AHt'J witLin tLi State to elect Julycsf Probate 111 Muskets, with Bayonets Belt*, Plates, and Cartridge Boxes, 'esions ? Only ia one way could it be dope for experience, wisdom and sagacity,
:p The of the first Mexican Itcrbide
son Empercr, ,
4 Wa read a b< cou J tirn-, an,J on motion: cf Ir. Fuitbauks, refcrreitu : Picks and Brushes, Screw Drivers, &c., complete ; anJ that oud! be by earning the question into the seem baffled and at fault! At such a time,
is his to rbil ; lIe made
now on way d..ipb3. was a
too c*eninJ'R'e en tLe Judiciary. 7.:> II'ill's Hi1.' with Ih\onct and 3pH; en'lages, complete ; next electionand the people deciding that Senators having an earnest desire faithfully to discharge
prisoner at the battle of Hcamactla, by Unit. Au-
A bill to li> entitled, An act abolish! the pay Adjutant: and Ia 50; pair of Pistol, with appendages complete.: should! serte for four years.: This would postpone my duty to you and to my country,
denon, flf the Georgia volunteers! :udUj sent to I
JI.-ctor Genera! of this .Stale- Iii the bj.\cmcnt of the Capitol : the matttr Cur cue )'(lrand no longer. On the other cannot but feel distrust of my own abilitf,

.. or"a.* real w-coiiJ time, aid on motion Mr. Flojd, referred fo the 4 pieces Brais Cannon, with Ammunition Boxes, Carriages, and hand, if the suggestions of the Governor had been the United States on his parole- A cerre pcnder.t and respectfully ask your aid and counsel.ia
of the ( TutUa
Philadelphia LLJg writing cern
iMnmhtrc! en Militia.Preanje ctLer appemlage*, corndeie.I ; I 1.&l.en. and the bill amended accordingly, instead of en i the trying scenes through which I shall pass.
lbs Isth October the is
Major confident that
Ii .i a?)J reso'uticn; in relation: to the election; of Ju
: Was read a second time, anJ on motion cf )Jr. auder&on! referred Mallory, of J Key %We., for seventy-five Halt's Rifles, with appendagrs this session, the bill would have Seen calK-d up at peace is at hand : opinions, I solicit the correspondence of those
He (Major I.) certainly has cf knowing
: to tL s committee '.n the Judiciary.Oj complete; -all the property of the State of Florida.No the next session for it: final passage. The law as-it the condition and resources every of his means countrymen, who base leisure to express their views on

1 motion of Mr. Floyd, the rule! vva: waived, and tLe committee: receipt Las yet been l forwarded to this Department for tLc arms has now passed provides for a session in la I5, and being an aid-de-camp to Santa Anna, and ought to be the various questions which agitate the

: on ibe Sate: of the C.mwUwealh! alvvJ! to reH.it.TLe delivered Apalachicola! 'iz100( Rifles:! \ilh equipments com there could therefore have been no defeating' or able to form a correct opinion on the subject. He Country, and request them: without distinction
I Coinmincc tL State flhe Commonwealth: uboin 'lctc. confesses that the Mexican army is without resources of party, to make such suggestions as
on to was K. A. SHINE! postponing biennial sessions, as is erroneously!

reprre l tLe Kn;ro!scd Preamble and Resolutions vd.Ltng to a mail Quarter Master General.! clur'\ Jiesidis, if the people will the change and hold without out any jjmpathy loner horn; the the leaders people.and people They cannot are- may occur to them, and to aid my judgmentby

; loute from JaSper j Hamilton: county \ja Hlount's Ferry, JSuwannee who can defeat that will ? It is ridiculous; to insinuate turning their thought seriously to peace and we their superior wisdom. '

i g River, Rawlison'a I'errySt. Mary's River, in Columbia! county, Flori- LIST OF ARMS AND EQUIPMENTS that any one man cr set of men could for any shall be at Lome, he say, in February next, at the Especially do I hope you will commune

c cIa, to Centrevil.V, Georgia, beg leave lo report the said Preamble: and Distributed ly R. A. SHINE, (fr. Matter General of the Stale of length of time suppress the expressed wishes and Carl het. with me freely on all matters of local or per.

I' Resolutions! with the following amendments! Plot ida, tcith the names of the Companies to idiom dis! buted. desire i of the people, in this respect. among The Major the Pen ij'sylnnims.a capital: fellow He,was and educated quite at there hcme, sonal interest, and communicate such particular
'I and detailed information will enable
: After as
the
word in the 5th line add
Georgia
-
with
several of his brothers and finds eld
The spirit end and aim of the SenlintTt review many associates
\'berta many inhabitants residing at arid) near Rawlison's Ferry, To the Jefferson Husiars : in the Pennsylvania regiment. me to render you efficient service. Write to
i is nee unauthorized that the
on St. Mary River, in Columbia county' suffer great inconvenience 40 pair of Pistols10! ; pair of Holsters! with covers and straps ; 46 to convey impression I heard a touching anecdote c>f Col. Wynkoop and me freely and fully, with the assurance that

.. for want of mail facilities, there being no post ciliceithin the dis. Pistol Cxrtrulje! Boxes ; 46 Cross Belts, with hooks complete ; 46 Governor is opposed to this measure. We need not Capt. Walker yesterday, which I fear I cannot give" any business entrusted to me personally or as
that the editor knows better and for him as I received it. It is known, probably in the United
laY ; or will claim
tance of tLiny-live miles of said plac,'. Sabre Belts, with straps, hooks and 'buttons complete! ; 46 Belt States that difficulties had existed between these your Representative, my prompt
And after the word autl 8h line add Plates 40 Screw Drivers any body else to seek to deduce this from the Message and constant attention, and that "it is my
in the : Raw lison's. ; ; 5 Spring Vices ; 5 Bullet Moulds ;- gentlemen, which their mutual friends have always
q.; \VLicli report was received, and the :amendment concurred in. for which bond has been entered into by the 1st and 2d Lieutenants, is detestable: meanness. Gtvernor MOSELET: is regretted. They had, I believe preferred charges heart's desire to prove mvself worthy the confidence -

.. Mr. Sanderson moved to waive the rule, and that said Preamble and four others, members ofthe Corps, in the sum of 8 J 426.69. now and has been the strong advocate of biennial against each other, but when Col. Wynkoop heard you have reposed in me, by devotionto j

? and Resolutions be read a third time. I To tire 3ficco.mJ.-ic Caralicrs : sessions of the Legislature. and every other reform that Captain '"alhrt'3S seriously wounded,and net ; the interests of my Constituent?, my State
to live he staff
likely sent officer
a at once to beg an
Wbich rmfliun lost. ro of Pistols 50 ; calulated to diminish the expenses of the government and my Country.I .
pair
was ; pair Holsters, with covers and straps ; 50 interview with the dying chief. Eecctticziir.patient -
'.t Mr. Floyd moved thai the rule be waived, and he allowed to give Pistol Cartridge Boxes ; 50 Cross Belts, with books ; 50 Sabre Belts, and to advance the prosperity happinessof before the return of his me<*engf r, the Colonel have the honor to be, very respectfully,

notice tLat at some future day be would ask leave to introduce certain with strap, Looks and buttons, complete ; 50 Belt Plates ; 50 ScrewDrivers the people. It would be a fruitless task lor his hastened to where the Captain lay and found him Your ob't scrv't and Fellow Citizen,

5 Spring Vices 5 Bullet opponents to attempt to show from his acts and recommendations dead. The shock to him overwhelmingand le: E. C. CABELL.
Moulds! has
; for which bond
; -
bills.Which ; couk!scarcely utter a word. In a few moments,however .
'. motion was lost. been entered into by the Captain and First Lieutenant, in the sum that he'has not sought to administer he said,with much emotion," I would pive six

.. The orJers of the day having been gone throughSir. of 81518. the government for the welfare of the whole people; years of my life for one word with tlat man !"-and ACCOCXT r\PEXSB CRIMINAL FEOSECTTIOSS

4 FloyJ: moved to adjourn until U-morrow, 10 o'clock. To the Ccnlrerille GreysCO and it i is not the province of the editor of the Sentinel turned from th; corpse to ask of General Lane the AND EXPENSE OF COURTS IS THE SEVEEALCOOTIES.

;. On ubicb motion, lie yeas and nays were culled by Mctsrs. San pair of Pistols! ; 50 pair of Holders, with covers and straps ; 50 to I lecture him as to his duty cr to prescribe on command the retreating Walker's troop and that he the might death dash of up.the .

'. derson anJ'WaSts: anti were- Pistol Cartridge Boxes 50 Cross Belts with Looks Sabre Belts what shall be the character of the recommendations enemy avenge Amt. | Amt. Paid.CflULPt .
; ; 50 gallant trooper The General refused this r .pcjf, Tneal'r
1 I '. lr.\S-\Ir.l'rc: iJ ct, Messrs. Costcn, Fairbanks: Flod, Moscler, with strap, hooks and buttons, complete ; 50 Belt Plates ; 50 ScrewDrivers he may make to the General Assembly. The editor as Walker's men had been greatly! reduced and those \ || -

',. : ; Smith! Tabor-.. ; fi Spring Vices ; 5 Bullet Moulds! ;-for which !bond has had better reserve hi. dictations fcr the caucus-rocm not killed were much exhausted, and Col. Wjnkoopretnrned E.. :mLia Countl---- 56-ii-nf6 9.

X.1H-'lessrs.,, Austin, llrett, Currin, Lorrinior McMillan! ,been entered into by the Cajttaiu.J'irst and Second Lieutenants, in -there he may be KING but elsewhere he must Those who to his know command the impulsive with a heavy character heart.of both 81. Rosa, 64 906 3J3 'I 1 860 21

.. '. S Piie t i.iHiersonTncey] Wattu-10. the sum of 81-t sink to his own proper level. officers, will readily forgive the rahnllbal made Walton, 501 -85 ;, 4-19 89Vashirgton

..- So the motion was Just. To the Indfjtendent lilacs, of Jefferson We lave said thus much with the sole view of them, for a time, severe enemies, but it is a matter 5-10( 0':3 : ]s. 0

Mr. AtJ'tmlmoveJ:: to adjourn until 3 ooock! 1'. M. 4 i pair Piriols ; 44 pair of Holsters, with covers and straps ; 44Putol correcting the imputations and misrepresentations of e-f ccep regret that they were both too sensitive, on Jackson, 3tO; 1-1 '! 621 56

Ii ;. VLicl motjon was ii-st.b Cartridge Boxes ; 44 Belt Plates ; 41 Cross Belts with hooks ; our neighbor-we were not willing that they shouldgo the it was point too of late.honor, to effect a reconciliation befcre Calhoun! a' 4U-t 4-1 t 133 00

Mr. Avery moved to aJjourn until to-tnorrow quarter of 10 41 Sabre Belts, with straps, hooks and buttons, complete ; 44 ScrewDrivers out to the world uncontradicted. They were injurious Franklin, U 5,619 j !11l19 .jGad3dell

; ('cJC.t. ; 4 Spring Vices ; 4 Bullet Moulds ;-for which bond has and false! :and the people of Florida ought to I'rom Key West.We 5,209 26 :. 91

..; : O.i uliich! motion l be yeas and nays were called for by 3Icssrs.I'layd been entered into by the CaptainSecond Lieutenant, and two others, be made acquainted with the arts resorted to by unscrupulous have been permitted to publish the following Leon, 10,565 81 il U30 70

_; t arj'd,JJatiJerbon, and were- members of the Corps. political aspirants to place the Execu- letter from Key Wet, addressed to a gentleman of \"akulJ3, a 41 23 II W.J 73

'. I Yus-Mr. l'csMent.Icssn.. Avcry, Durritt, Costcn. Fairianks To ths Florida Catalien live in a false position in reference to a matter ofl'ubUc New Port,but now in this city : Jeflbrson, 3,637 891 i 4t6 52Maditcu

? Priet, Smith, Talwr, \alts-9.. 50 pair of Pistols ; 50 pair of Holsters, with covers and straps ; 50 importance. How we baveNfocharged our Krr WEST, NOT. 23, ISH 2,346 07 :1 479 16

;t NAYS-Messrs.: Austin. llrett, Floyd, Lorrimcr, McMillan, Moscley Pistol Cartridge Boxes ; 50 Cross Belts with hooks ; 50 Sabre Belts, ask, we leave them to decide. Vessels in port wind bound hamIlton, ')9 U j 436 33

;I l Sanderson, Tracey-9. with straps, hooks and buttons, complete ; 50 Belt Plates ; 50 ScrewDrivers Bug Ann Eliza. Parker, tot St. Marks ; Schooner ColumLi3, 1,461 09.1 623 59

So I the Senate atjourucd until to.morrow, at | of 10 o'clock. ; 5 Bullet Moulds and 5 Spring Vices. State Pre-emption l.".. Energy, St. Marks ; Schooner Martha, Pensacola AJacbna, 6. 2,3rI69 I1B-1 31

Also, delivered to Brig. General Allison, Brigade Adjt. General We hope the Legislature will enact a law for the Schooner John S. Bvlden Mobile Brig ; Marion, 1,19..t 73" 911 83Dunl

:'; REPORT OF TIlE ADJUTANT GENERAL. Bartlett, Col. Sibley, and Major E. Johnson, of Sixth Regiment, 1 benefit of occupants of the State Lands during its Pensacola. ; Napoleon, 2,119 O-t r 1279 3.j

: HEAD QUABTEBS FLA. MILITIA > pair of Pistols, Holsters covers and &trap.each; whom have en. present session. The Governor in his annual message The Rev. GOODEXOUGH has been here for St.Jobn.I" 2-g9-1 4i I rot 69
: General' Office Tallahassee 23d. Nov. 1817. J tered into bonds for the of $30. 7j O
A.Ijulaut sum advises the passage of such a law,and remarks some days and has preached twice his Xas.m 932 10 !
r during
Hi Excellency W. D. MOSELEY, Making in all delivered : i very justly, that without it, great injustice is doneto He has founded an Auxiliary Bible Society in stay.this Monroe 6. 1,3-17 13 I 641 21
4 Governor "Florida Pairs of Pistols J 169 93Ilillsborough
<>/ > 244 many worthy pioneers with helpless families." place, and the amoont of $50 hft been collected for Orange .12 7.

.J ;'f SIR :Having just 1 completed the drill rc.icand 'Inspection of I'airsofHohsters, 244 Heretofore the practical operation of the system has Ihe pcrpose of procuring Bibles lor distribution.The 366 72'' 52"1 43

.4 the Second Hrigad of the Militia of Florida I have the pleasure to Holster Covers, 122 been to drive poor men from the State lands, to Methodist is and will- Benton" 2.1. 68 459St. 93
Chapel
nearly completed,
.' 4.. I". ivport each Regiment fully organized, beaded by Field Officers pro. Holster Straps, 488 those owned by the United Slates whose preemption be ready for we by 1st January next. Lucie" 305 39 1

fr |>criy equipped, and manifesting great zeal and energy in tbe discharge Pistol Cartridge Boxes 240 laws give them security and the privilege of set. The laborers on the Fort in rrogrts& of erection .
now
1 1 of their duties. The Regiment have generally turned out halt Plates, .' 240 tlement. should the S O,731 B-1 e1800146
Why State be .
I more arbitrary at this place,have been decreased,and it is
rap-
well, and discharged their duties in a manner creditable to them.A Cross Belts 240'
and denying to her citizens than the
are United will be in short time
posed more discharged a ,owing
selves and to their oflicers. feel Sabre Belts .
flattering Particularly do I 240
State 1 The pre-emption enacted A trar la England chieryingapsU-
by Congress, to the last of ,
non-appropriation Congress
I : called in the of duties to to the favorable a Screw Driver, by year
discharge 240
on, my bring it
1 gives the right to persona to settle upon lands which funds for carrying on the works. ant at work, aud seeing that ho wu taking
uulice of Excellency First Regiment of Cavalry attached Spring Vice, '.: . 24 frie'
your bad been offered at public sale, and hold them of said to himHI
for The HOUM is in erection tbe remarkably
Light on eU1.
progress
.
.
Bullat .. .
Moulds
to the Second Urtguda of the Florida Militia. This Regiment : 24 .
pa. I twelve mon hs ; and upon lands which had not been bland, and is to finished by 1st January, IS 13. you don't appear to sweat aD1. Vhy no.m
raded at the Capital, with the Sixth Regiment Infantry on Friday ., ,,,."R. A. SHINE .
AX offered them the week a at netIl AItJ.
gives right to settle and hold them SUasbur1.or Topographical Engineers 'ter ; aev.eo abilling1 a
Capt.
:: and Saturday the 12ib and 13th instant. Their drill, equipment, i i' > '* .> ". Quuterbstcr General. .
until .
they vicrc offered. The State system gives is daily expected mate arrangements for tbe \. '

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.- ARMISTICE. As the Courier is informed Ly M. Lgran mo'a'gajn." The two parties, well pleased,, f oi 1oD1+jSfOh clL TL RmASALE8; ---- Dy h-e-, 'ca" ,Idientvof- the'. .U"f,

The fo'bwlng: citract from Gen. Scott's RP the Frcncn physician who attended i ii i then witbcrw. deferring their separation fora THE committee to whom was referred the case of States. 0_ I

of the 2Sih August last, will explain the most curious phenomenon ever observed ; the years had elapse and the jus. Thomas Lang, respectfully beg leave Se
port
that govcrucJ Gen. Scott in sigainan most rapid growth known being three inches tice bad not beard! a frm the couple, report, that they have examined into tbe various reports .
reasons and charges made him and thel'oUJZh
annistlce. in eight day. We add with regret that this until yesterday, when be met he husband. inv r tijntion, of all against the circumstances, after, we a are .

After so many victories, we might, wit but I abnormal development has exhausted the Ah, wel" said the justice, about that sppa- fully.satisfied,thtt they have proceeded from a source

little additional jS hare occupied capita strength of the child, which is reduced to sucha ration Always "impossible! I instead of unworthy the slightest credit, and are the result of a

tbe same evening. Hut Mr.I Tri!!, coinmiseioncr state that the circulation of the Lljo can be four children we now have five." shameful persecution against a Minister of the Gospel;
who for the put five years has walked in and out before -- WILL be offered (('r sale. at Auction, on the 7tl
been aduionished
scf! had in its veins. It lives
&c, as well as 1113 seen only by nurin.i of the line Flock without blame, and we therefore recommend r of March, IS-is, at the County Site nf
Ly the.best friends of peace -iute]. i receives and they despair of raising "Im really gpttingtired Jle\ppr to the rnembera of this Chnrch to sustain Renters County East Florida, several tracts *f !Land

Ji<*ent neutrals) and some American resident !aid Mrs. Moreland ; for they him Vy their prayers, that he may continue faithful to in Township, Range IS, aud Township 21Usnge'Jf. I

! precipitation lest, wantonly dri Going I: Bed.-Going to bed we have ling the strangest stories in the world. Yes- the tiust which God has committed to his bands. .
against ; cured On the 14lh day of March, at Ibo Cocrt HOOK or! TN pursuance of law I,J AJ.nsK. POLE Prv. -
i
and others dishonored always considered as one of the most sober, terdiy I was reading abut herrings.I Ruo/ted therefore TLt we deeplv sympathize with
: the JL dent cf the United
ring away povernment sick. That onr beloved Pastor, Elder Thomas Lang, in the late Marion County sundry tracts in State of America, do hereby
and which didn't know accounts
serious
solemn operations a man they were ever
the clemtMits of declare and nakeknown
-we rn-gr-t! pcater affliction and trials which Township 13. Range 20, thai public land sale* will
through he has been called! .
can be engaged in daring the whole for the bid they have. I reckon .. be hejd at the undermentioned
I iieacr, eicite a s.tirit! of national desperation, twenty smel to pass, and that we are more than ever utiafled,that 13, 21, Land Offices in tine
and thus indefinitely postpone the hope of ac.I four hours. With a young lady it is altogether they get blind, for always see them with be is but sharing a portion of that patrimony left by i 4' 14, 21, STATE OF FLORiDA, at the periods IwrcinaJUr

, comaiodation. Deeply impressedith thi a dilTcrent sort of thing. When l'e. lime their eyes out. Just think of a grown man our Blessed Saviour, as he may find in the Gospel by I 14, 2J mentioned At the LaacJ to wit Offce: at ST. AUGUSTINE ,

I danger and remembering! our mi'si.n-t' arrives, she trips up stairs: with a in her doctoring sic herrings !" St.Further Luke, 21st resolreJ Chapter, That 16th we, 17th 18th the late lO-.h verses. At Madison Court Howe, on Thursday, the 23J m000cing on Monday the seventh day of February, Cf')- I

the hand, and-if she has had pleasant regard attempt March : next, for the disposal cf the public lands within tine
1 cnquer : peace- army very cheerfully company READING ROOM.-We have in con destroy the usefulness of our beloved Factor, as Station. undermentioned .4
sacrificed to patriotism-to the great wish and during the evening, with ole agreeable! ideas ore of the brightest evidences that can be given to Township. Rinre. tuvrnshirand parts olIOWhlib.o".
The S E of 23 viz
1 IS.
in her head. The candle is placed on the nection with our ofiice : Reading Room, to han that he is one of God's chosec children because 7. :
i the eclat that would have ,
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want of our country- SWJof 21, 1, 7. $",!\ of tlltll: linf ami East cf Cte principal
I followed an entrance-suord in hand-into a toilet, and her luxuriant hair speedily eman. which our friends, and particularly members he Name's is accounted worthy to suffer persecution for His NWJof2, 1, 7. ,ntriJia71.Fnctional

great capital. Willing to lease something to cipated from the thraldom of combs and pinif of the Legislature and Strangers visiting the our Lord sake Jesus, and we Christ tender, as to our be brother found in the the wordsof 15th u NE4of 2-1, 1, 7. township twenty, or range Ih rf-ot1t..
may M EJof 1, 1, !.
curls Township fiRy-sixticept trtimnt sixsev.a.eighteennimneteenthnjriy
If she tisunlly! wears water or uses .
vahe John 18th
of
immediate to Chaptrrof 19th
us- intited. verses
this republic- no city are respectfully 6
Wjof I, 0. and thirty me,) and fifty. 1
the h iron her hair is brushed careful from Ordered
That the
on which to rest tier pride, and to f'CO\.cr tern.rrI -- -- -- -- ------- -- ----- above proceedings be published At Je-ffcrsoa Court lIt/uscou Monday, the 27ti! seven; and sections one, two, three, fear, five, ala.
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her forhead and the whole mass compictly n the public alt in the Christian Index -
newspapers March even, eight, nine eleven
ou notorious at the gates : ten. fifteen seventeen
corps
l haled | secured if not wIlY then her tressesare Leon Circuit Court. and Baptist Telegraph and Florida Emiiyant.U01JEKT nineteen
; lovely S. T. R. eighteen ,twentv.twenty-one.and
of the ( Ie_ t far a time.) and have then twenty .4 P
city soon hid in innumerable! bits of pap >r.- IN CHANCERY. LEVY, I TheE i of N W 1 of 13. IS, tiE. two in township! fifly-ei2ht at range thirtv-ixla.
; now cantoned i: the ntihhorin: villages! task makes its Credttort' Hill fur tcttlemrnt of Estate. Chairman of the Cornnvttcc. }jofSWiof 13, 1, :3. Townshipsfilty-fivefifly-slxexcept section one.)
This accomplished, a night '
where well sheltered and stipphctwith cap The above proceedings done by order of the Eion WlofNKJof and .
are scclonl
they 14. 5. fiffy.aeven
I. (except twenl.fi f',
and twenty.sixlwentysevcntwentycighttweni"vDinetLire
!ho with muslin James C. Nroom and others, for Iheinvlvea 1
f all necessaries.On appearance, edged may or Baptist Church in conference Leon County, Nov. WftofSEJof II, 1, :i. .

I the of the tUt, being about tot may be with levy lace, which hides all, save other creditors of A. M.rt Gitlin_ Comllainanb, 19th, 1847 FRANCIS JOHNSON, C. Clerk Sfcf 31, 1, 5. tbirty.two.thirty-three.tbfrty-fonr.thir->

r morning her own sweet As soon she A LEVY, Moelerator. N EI of r, 2, 5. ty-five and thirty-six,) of rangethirty.nintSections .
his \Vife Kxccutnx
Ccuutl'nanCl. Sarah r -
a R. Betton A. ,
t- take up battering or assaulting! : positions, to au. tics the Firings, probably she takes :peep in Turbutt of A. M. Gathn, and others ton Difcndant:. December A, Ivt7 20 It E i of NV 4 of C, 2, 5. one, two, three, lour fife, six, twelve j
thorizo me to summon the city to urreuJl, or TtHMs:-One-fourth cash the b..1anct in three thirteen twfnty-fonr, and twentr-five, in township'fiftyfive .
half smiles half blushes what Groceries &c.
her and at ordr made his Honor
by
to sign i an armistice with a pledge t Ij cuter at glass WIICKEAS. Uy an, : equal; annual instalments with iuttre.t in advance.Or and fractional township fifty. ix, (UUI'I 0
once into negotiations for peace-a missioi she sees. The light! is out-her fair. delicate Juke on the lt De TINT received per schoom Elicia from New Or- if any purchasers should: prefer to pay all cast, sections two three, fear, five, and six,) OD M ii.cayne .,.
: 1S17, the above entitled the undersigned J
came
in "
the couch and like c.mlr. leans, the following ailiclr of eatables of
its form gently presses a : five per cent. will be deducted from the cruLt lusts Bay, ran e forty.
came out to propose a tre. Rejecting was ; among other thin *. to toe IU 1lhdl. clcr sides Bacon Fractional '
appointe township
fifty-ft J
dear she is she tueutsLits ,on Blscajne ;
innocent, creature as )
terms, I despatched my contemplate/! note to lo\'cJ a;account ( I due to Complinant for 1 2 Brown Sugar, ." f7ftf-'''- -- -- .' -
ol the par!i-uar tracts c m fie had by applyinjtoanyof
falls gently into sleep, with a sweet smile on claims and to all othrr o M. Gat- 50 LbU.
President Sanfd .tiiui-oiiiitiug the sum JltQ' Hour, lh(':JPi> t Meters in Cot:tun Or Marion At the Land O3>e at NEWNANSVILLE. ecra
her still sweeter face. A man, of course, lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered fnr- 5 Lard, mencing on AfonJiy the .
nions. The Jd,conjm.f&iouers ere appoint Bounty( or they will be furnished, if applied for, by twenty-first day tf February ?
under the circumstances acts tIif.ferenily. thor, "That the li.j Master do came an ad trti>>c- 20 boxes Cheese, next, for the duposal of the public lands&bi"
the commanders of the two armies the same quite letter pu* />af, addressed to TinE STATE Rccis- :
:
cd by to be in the Floridian, a new" firkins :
5
ment puhlihe pa- Butter, ** the! undermentioned: township and of town.shi'viZ .
: in his chamberindicates L\LLAIUI.I.J, FLORID parts
movement TaR, AT
and ratification: I'very such .
the 23d aid in 0
Tallahassee
armistice was signed [ published weekly in 5 tons Iron, :
JOHN : Rf itlfr
eichingcd: the :1th. Ihp coarse rough mould of his fallenna'ure. pr I public newspapers as he shallhink propt, for All of which wiUt.e sold! low fir cash oiU Public Land of BoARU.ttc late of J tvf.Ja of South ff i'ie base Hue am! East of t/ 'pr nt J'al S. I'

. A!! in dispute l lt\veen the two governments When all ready, he sniifls the can. the creditors of the said to cone November 27, IE 11. 3t S. F. I/UKNEY. Tallahassee. NoY. 1:1. t7. 11 meridian. :

f !mater have been thus over dIe out with his fingers like : cannibal, and in before him,and prove theirdchts, on or before thelr.t The following papers will pleaje publish the To-.tns.ip! twenty-one, and twenty-two, of range ft "I
happiftulc of Mjy net and that such ot the Choice .
diy ; creditlfwho Liquors.WE nineteen.Township
then jumps into bed like a savage. For a few above three mouths and send their accounts to the :
to their plenipotentiaries WI now hal moments be thinks of all the peccadilloes shall not come in and pro e I heir debts by the time offer to the public (the follow ins rh"ire Li- State Register i viz : The Florida Herald I, St. Augustine txvenfy-on*, (except s rtlo w rnr, i
: sereral conferences, and with, I think, some aforcsaid.lohall be excluded the benefit of ibis decree lunrsl1I of which we WIll warrant as beingof ; News, at Jacksonville; Arzas, Ocala ; bavan- twelve, thirteen, fourteen, Ittenfv-thrce, (went.,. i.t
trat.of he may have comm.tted during the day-vow s ; and that such person". not parties to the bill, the best four, and twentj-five-,) and tf 1
hope; of signing a peace. quality : nah Republican; and Georgian ; Cbarloton r'ury twenty-two, raii;c
a vow to amend .wan-groans-turns over- who shall come in before the said Master to proxetheir 2 quarter casks: supr. old Coanic 2r\nly, and Courier; I he Standard and the lv.-gi,'cr, Raleigh ; twenty. .

THE YANKEES AND SLORITAS. stretches himself then all isbilont-and then debts, do. before they are admitted creditor, 2 M.idfira Wine the Columbus Times, Georgia. Townships twenty-two and twenty-three, of ranjftwentyone. ,
TiE contribute to the compljinarts their proportion ol .
_
who have 'Jseiin the heavy breathing of the slurnborer. Is of this butt, to be settled the said S bb's! old Monongahela Whiskey, i ;:
Yankee by
of
) Some our bos, the expense Townships .venty-two and cf :; ,
boxes twenty-three
2 of 1 doz. ('Jch.old :Iadt'irarinl', of the ft?" The papers which have been requested to range
the Mexican ten'ic-, appear to bo Lamg"tall there not something preternaturally solemnabout Masternd it \vas also"rden.od. that an account unlade of l<:2l, Newton, Gr.nho & Co." publish the Honda Land! Sales," will please add twenty-two. v ;
sleep! A about it of dread bc[ tf taken of all securities or colUtenls hi'Id by the At the Land Office at TALLAHASsTCE.remjmefl-
. times" among the pretty ier.orU.is. something Champagne(, Port and Claret \Vine, thesales in Madison and Jt'Cfcrlon( Counlie! above )i
and 7 The recumbent position creditors respectively, and a report be made of the Maraschino Cordials. And the daily in Charleston anti Savannah mz on Monday, the seventh dlv of February next, t1S'
What with riJin;. prmn"na'I: allying, apprehension sit;; ; und -
cloved eves-bc: UIKCIIBTT & LINDENCER1ER.NV *iz- the Mercury and Courier, and the Republicanand ",
placing! gara: s, and so foth, tJ.y scm-tbt,I -tll' parted lips-the palid ordered that all parties maIxs cuu.iu upon in- '>rr 27, )1V17 1'J1 !I Georgian,will please publish! once u: / only, I..i mentioned townstiij.s and parts townships,vi.. 1 ,
t rogues to be up to their eves i er. One countenance-the" operations of the mind sus :crro;aories, and produce all books and papers in for three month L'oulfi of lie base hut and Heat of the principalmrrvliin. f' t.

i .f the Laclede rangers, w rit'in from El I\iss peuded-acid! the hall heard breath alone indicating their[ cu"U dvr power, relating thl'rt'tc, uj.cn; oath Furniture.rrcciied November 27, IS 17. l' .
before the said M-titcr, as the said Master hall di- Fractional two northeast
township of Fe-bcrf
the vital !
princip'e r.or from New Y&iL,
.
to the St. LOil I Reveille' folks! gives a high f
UTt. rant, (> range one.
I Groceries.WE
1Ia:1I1101:1. .
!
1 M.llng-.ny S..fi Family
; I Ij amusing account cf a fam'ango! which: he a.t i J"aih Lizhlnin*.-Thc London Now, therefore all persons claiming to be creditors 1 Ditans. f"., .11 1 bY Fractional township one, northeast of FurUsj'
! tended. From cathy! i tLc! \ening till the b.l (Tppcr of aid A. JI (Jathn n..lj'reh! \ in pursuanie of pr. ninCHETT & LINDENBERGER.N'ovrmSer hive received by late arrivals Iron New York ;riot of range two. ii, .
the! fiddles! reaching I Canada) Times stales that during the thunder said ord. r, notified to produce their rl.utns, and the and New Orleans, a choice ML-ction of Gro- Frlctillll,1 sections three f(mr. nine, len, fourteen ;
27 ls7! II!
timeo'iiieht were sc )
,
w itching i. storm which visited the township of Lnrrlon, vouchers in upport I thereof and all collateral and ccnea suitable for Family and l.lnlJtio:1u"e : and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve and *er- .

anJ the guitars tinkling to lively meuures. a few days since and only a few minutes atierMr. securities therctor before me, at my ofiire in Tallalasee Bagging and Rope. Cheese, Codlsh Mackerel!, Raispss, l'rii-cs Sm. lions tvvenfy-sevirn, Iwenty-eight, thirty-two an-l :
Mh'lc the fair-eed senorita and ro ;b.nok.! within the lime limited in s i.Jfa..r, and Louis FI"'If. Sides and SloulJ'r", Bjc<>n, French. tiiirty-three, in township one; township; two, mr :
I W. had risen from the din PIECES best It
soldiers were tripping it to the *. light fantastic I Hfgg's family otherwise comply with the provisions of the l same IJX Kentucky Barring, Mustard French Mu5h room", Ri I"ih..rrand; Cur of Forbes' grant, and toivnsuip three, west of tic :
ing table! the entered the chim. / tJ 1K( Coils Hope. For sale bvBiuciiETT rent Jellies, Preserves Ginsrer, Lobster and Salmon
toes" and solid! 'ieet. Most of the Mexican ncr lighting by that they may l hI admitted "parties to the mid emit & LIX1JE.'iUEI GJR. Apalach.ceila: river, of ranr-etuhf. ;
ney into the room, split into small pieces a Dated this third day of December! A. D. 1M7. Paper Shelled Almonds, Current, superior Teas, Fractional townships three,(exes pt the southwest j .,:
ladies were splendid danseuses, but some board which lay on the hearth, then wheeled, SIMON TOWLE, Special lla:tcr. November J7, 1517. It Sardines. For sale low bvBiRniFrrr fraction cf .section tliirtv-one.) ;and fractional tonu. J'{ ., .
of our raw Yankees, we are ashamed to hear, 2J( tf & LINDENBERGER. four west of Lake "
I December-1,1&J7. : sl.ip Chippola (except fractional 4 :,
and seized in its forked the second son Leon County Tax Collector's Sale.
grasp November 27, l s 17. I'J ,
; tiiJ their pails very 11 linglf. One of the sectional sections six, seven ann! thirrI- Dt', -
'
dances the Kuna:" toil of hop.waltz, of Mr. Begjrs, a fine boy of nine YCf old! Notice. ffiY 1. virtue of the power vt." rd ri me by hw, I ----- --- -- cf rarse nine.Fr't'tionJIIl'ctinns. ml :
a
I was I If tore him off a bed where he was and y shall expose fir SilO, before the Court House A Female Boarding: School twenfy-fwo( twenty-three ant i
sitting claims t'.e' rsl-\fe of :
f but fir more liter. At the bottom of the line laid him at a distance several feet a corpseon ALT. persons A. Havward having late aZant of Tallu'iiw!
a short L atbin.Fpcl Ocurr.d, and while the the hearth. Excepting one little girl, not ceased, are requcsttd present; th! indtilv authenticated ( } of March, 1Sftine! I fo'lowtng' d 'rilt-d properI I county, Floridaon the first .Mondayin ran e twenfy-!ix.

I writer was tber wiping the perspiration fion within the time prescribed l.> law or twill ,' I .,or so much thereof as will pay the State and County January' next: under the charire of two Ladies Fractional sections: tll rt-one. thirty-two tliirlj
his face, a edition of a scream cscaoedfro'n ftie (,the family escaped a severe shock.- be barred :-tho c indebted to the estate are Taxes due thereon for the sear 1M7 : who have been raised and educated at the North three aid thirty-six, on the main land, in township
smal the :Mr. IS., after Ic\cral ttTnts at length succeeded arncsth to make Theyare Lands purporting to belong to A. F. Du\al and the TERMS: ote.and fractional sections eight, nine, twelve v- s
mat- justed prompt payment.
one partner. \'hat.s in raising the child and immediate]* reminded that thesscirnthough m.'ll individual Union Bank of Florida : Primaiy Class, Reading, Spelling, Writing, &: p / entecntwentyfourtwentyfivetwentysixtwentyseven '
tcr (I !" said he. Oh, nothing, replied\ G., Lot No 2, Sec 32. T 2, R 1. N and W, quarter, t'J (K> and twenty-nineon the mainland in township '. i
the lancet but the fled. U, in the constitute the widow and Jr.
applied spirit aggregate
coolly, "rz moling mincc-mrat out of. los, hal han't I ClSE I 4, 32, T 2, in, N and W, Higher Enzli that's all' The fluid completely girdled" victim ; ) > portion. VTM. WILSON, Administrator.Teemher W 4, N W ., Sec 5, T 1It 1, N and W, Drawing and Painting, (including Miniature, Fractional township threeon the main land, (r>- a
and considerable ( of skin were found containing 22 acres. sections one,(hrt-e,siiseven sixteen and I*
The is another : quantities 4. 1"17. 2 2n Mezzotint Ink }"ooaft. i.c,) tier quarter 3 00 cop twen-
following lauhCr-pro\okin; to be attached to a shirt which he Lands purport ing to belong to James F. Trotti and Embroiderv on Mu-ln! Lace and Silk, and tv- *ten) oi ranse thirty-one. >. I

incident which the writer ccscriLs : then wore and nUlc, his hair was Notice. the Union Bank of Florida : unking Wax I Flowers, per quarter, 1 O") Sonlli of the late line and Last of the principcf t
'
I noticed seated on one benches, a N *, Sec 17, T 3. HI.- and E,. Latin and French, rah, extra, 2 ('.1 mentliun.
tall awkward Missourian, w horn the men want- much scorched. Mr. 15. says that the lightning ALL persons, creditors and legatees, entitled to f: I..S W 4, Sec 17, T 3, R 1, N and E, Mu-ic,with me of the Piano, 10 O) Fractional townships eight,and nine, west nC tU aSuwannee !
in the house with or otherwise interested in the estate W i. S E 4, Sec 17T3ltlNandL'. river of feurteen.vu.st ,
exploded e-
,
I report A few srmll boss will be tai ht, if desired. A range .
ed to dance, but \\ he llJu.t know nothin'aLout lull to that of a brass six-pounder. of Lewis Saunders, late cf Leon county, de. E: J, S W 4, Sec 17, T 2, K 2, N and E, scholastic '-ear to roitMst often; months No deductions ; of the bate line and East of the principal ,
it, and wasn't goin to aicc no how. e. aed I, are hereby notified to exhibit their claim XV i. NE i. 5.. 1"1 T O. R 2 Narid K, made ir absence, in of .ickit meridian.&etlcms t
except ca e -
anl demand within mo scars from tin. .I.te to the N E N W 4, Sec 17 T i, K\J, .N ana K, i
4, ,
.
however a crowd mound him, and at last U"5'.J L. :-Iudi, liI'4 :md fliet. tvrlv. ttiiitvca', fitutwcnty, tw n- r t
got" his hand." Lea\- Effects of the absence of Sun and Air.- uudertJi:ned, or the same ill be barred ; and all persons S 1.i, S W 4,Sec 17, T2 R 2, N and E, 23 dollars per 't'I..rterl'arUt"ular attention win *" --,.-...jf t..".,tw.nt'-'b .rw -((.iir.twrn ;
Le was persuaded to try Dr. Moore, the eloquent and amiable authorof indebted to aid estate, are rciiue&tcd to make W4EZSec 17, T 2. R 2, Nand E. 1): paid to the con .Jct and morals of the pupils. tv-fiv/ twenty-six, twenty-seven, twenty-sigh't .

ing his seat with a serious, determined look, The Use of the body in relation to the uincdiate i.axnenf. N W i, S E 4, Sec R. T 2, K -', N and E, Persons wishiti! to make arrangements for enterinc: hv nry-ninr.lhill.lhirty.two.lhirt.r-lhrerthirt l I 0 i

lie commenced blowly! ridding himself! of his ,confined in darkness LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Executor. S W 4. S W 4, Sec 8, T 2, R 2, Nand E, children at this Sthonl, will pleise allies their : four, thirty-five and thirty-six, in township one,'CJ'
mind, sa}*- A ta pole, December I irin.: i i 'JO 2m .
coat. This being generally & preparation fora containing SS) acres.Land.i'purporting Utters to the Post Master at White Spring. rlne five.TWn'bip. }
\\oulJne\crbccoine a frog, an infant I being to to David Robinson and anj sections
ed considerable: commotion a. ant I belong NotcmVr 2", I" 11. lt IIJNotic ore twentv-five, fwer.U : "
tight, it caa deprived of heaxen's ff.c light, wi c.iy Notice. the Union Bank of Florida : 'Ii-.tw..ntlE'Hn, twtnty-e :I.t.thirty-three.tfcim ,. ,!

inong the Mexican men, who edged away from grow into a sh.'pelcss idiot, instead a bcajIcous I ; weeks after date I shall apply to the Hon. W i.S W 4. Sec 31, T 2, R I I.\ and W, tour thirty-Sve;.and thirty-six,and township two, t.' ,

luin towards the door ; but their fears were and reasonable being. Hence, in t the! FOUR e of Probate aid fur the county ol Jif- tV4NE4Soc27T1R1NaiidW, ALL persons, creditors, letratoes, entitled to dis- nr.se six..Mr14 t
allayed! when informed that tie big man was f..n"I. for leave to sell the real e-ttate \ViIliari containing ICO acres. ( orotheri3 interested in the estate of fie base ii.ie rout ll'nt tf thepfincipu! j
for dance."Hurrah I d<-ep, dark gorges and ravines of the Swiss \hthir.laleof said COlJllty.d.'a ; the Mid Lan i pllrl'ortllu to belong to Hampton Matfox of John Smith, late of Leon County, decea ed, are meridian. 1
a
only getting ready I \'a'aik' where the direct sunshine neterreach fIat t""ale? conii tin! of two l lots of land, him<; and and the S. L. I. t1 ru-t Co : hcieby notified to exhibit their claims and demands Tract mba t e\\"tlSbipoae,norlh of" Forbes'Grant," .

Iwns I Jake's going to dance !! cs, the hideous prevalence ofuliocy startles\ lc-ir! in Montict-llo Florida, and -JiKJ acre of land SE4.NW4..W jNW4Src11T3R3Xi.E, within two lear from this date ta the undersigned of range' -*ix.I 1.

Jake got the largest senorita. in the room lor a the tratelltr. It is a strange, melancholy idiocy. ling and being in the sa.d counts of Jeftt-rson. SE1&EI.SW 4S.c3'T3R2Namidh: I F., or the same will be barred; and all persons indebtedto .achonal township one.ncrth cf"Forbes Grant," -j i

and took! his place in the ranks. T'ie' iLOMON t' F.M \ThlEt :, ENE&SW4NE4Sec.O'T3h42N&E, said estate arc requested to make immediate pament. \- of range seven. I
partner several couples above! bin : oiT it Many citizens are incapztbleofany! are E ecuor of Wm. II. Mat hers dccM.Ji E i. N W 4, Sec 1, T 2, R :, N toE, PATRICK SMITH. Sections one, two, eleven, twelve, thirteen, four :

' having le dozen tmi'atc' speech ; som arc d af some arc flerson County, Drctin'ier! i\\If7.\ l() 'jt containing (Iii"acres. November 13, I IM(fj. ]7it Administrator. teen fifteen, twenty-two, twenty-three,t\t nt-fl'u. J .!
half!
I' was now Jakc.1 fun,. After a Miiid, some labor under all these privations, Lands puruirtin| <; to belong to Lewis Conner and hn:'lty-r.f',twenty-six,twenty-seven,and the south. 1t

awkward mana-uvrcs he was at last faith got and] all in almost of Horses and Mules for Sale. the S. I.. 1. &Tru-t Co.I Watches, Clocks, and Jewclr.y east fraction cf Section twenty-elzht in the former .
tinier amid cries of" Ho: it Jake !" are misshapen every part : J. N EarohSEJSoc23T3R2N L. E, ItEP.UIED.TOWLE Indian Reserve, the cast fraction of section thirty
i Go it headway).!" i the licks !" the 1,01) I )belietc there is in all paces! a THE lerxigncd is now on his way to N W 4, NE 4, Sec 31;, T 1, R ,'. N sid L, three in the same, and sections thirty-four, thinly m' .
hjy big Tallaha'3-e market with! "i-5 MYERS
: & having secnrrd the services
ol "Iut :
the hcalthines of houses and vV
rcncc in EfSF4Sec29T3R3NaiidlE: five thirty-six township one; sect ions t wel .
&c. & Around Jake and his MULES. and 1O 13 fine HORDES, and who will attend
partner or W Sec 30 T 3 R 3 Nand E experienced workman to thirteen i .
to their wi.h regard to the W J, 6, twenty-three, twenty-four twentyfivr.twentysix
like hair and his I according aspect some 1 or ri fine mUefln.tIllI a larze and splendid! he repairing Watches and Clocks exclusively,
his fjing 520 and
a top, long containing acre- thirty-five thirty-six, in township"
sun and that those arc dccidely the healthiest Jack. He to arrive Tallalun a' oiit the do i.11 work, in their line of b'isinej
m to
expects are prepared
eyes used a d &!: :g, and wo to the unfortunate Lands purporting to belong to the estate W. W. two; and sections one, two. nine, ten, lneD actS
I caJcns in which all the rooms are during I5th of this month. II. MUNDAY.December1 well and j.ronpIly.November 4
jiaribus Hart twelve, in township three. of eight
: range
who be in their *
to
** couple happened way some part of the day, fully cx|*>sed to direct Ib47. 20 It S E 4,Sec m,T 2. R 2, N and E, G, 1 s 17. 1G Sections thirty-five and thirty-six, IB township
CZar lie said Jake
thar wcVr
way comiu', S W Sec 3C T R 2, N and E of twelve.
tght. It is u well known fac that epidemics Provisions. N W J, J, 2. six. range ?
GOODS.
NEW
-anJ they did come, with \engcnce for, attack inhabitants; tic siJe of street E J 6.N W 4 h. &c2.T t. R2 N and! E, Fractional township three, west of '* Chocfanhatchy '
unfortunately, Jake got one of his long legs ou shady a By schooner Oreconjust arrived fomew Or W i, N E 4. Sec 2, T 1, R 2, N and E, river,"of ran :e sixteen. '* 4.
tangled in the other he stumbled and endeavoring and totally except those on the other side ; and } we have ju.t received, for cash only, containing 3i") acres. TIlE subscribers would call the attention of the Sect iors twenty-lour, twenty-five twenty-six

; even in endemics, such as argue the morbid 41) barrels superior Flour Lot No. 2.in N i county quarter, pin porting( to to the choice and extensive assortment thirty-five and thirty.six, in township three,of tang.'
to support himself by his partner they influence is often thus partial in its action. I't do. rectified i Whiskey, Ixolon to L. Carlton, A l"nt. of GOODS now receiving per Brigs Wakulla and seventeen. S
both pitched headlong into the refreshment 7 casks sides lljron: Lot No yi, original plan of the city of Tallahassee Emeline. Their stock lisa been 1It'lectr.I.itb ear-, Township three of range thirty. .

stand, scattering bottles, glasses! cakes, apples, C do Shoulders: purporting to belon to rotate of Charles laire. from the most fashionable establishments in New Lands appropriated by law for the use of school ,
in confusion and were themselves Lire Feathers.-The editor of the Boston 2" kegs Lard Lands purporting to belong to William Hall and York; and having been purchased at reduced prices, milita-y or other purposes, will be excluded fror "
glorious ,
&c flee[ tells a good story of his pcragrinations 2" b.>\es Cheese, the S. L. I. & Trust Co. : hey are enabled to furnish their customers at prices i tile sale,. 1

half drowned i! aguardiente and wine. "downSouth." He wasayounglawyer, in attendance Dried Apples. Currants, Raisins. IVISIVLSec3T 2. R '. N and E, proportionately low. Their The oCcrin of the lands will be commenced of st

In the midst of a roar of laughter, Jake with and the DIRCHETT & LINDENLERGER. Section 01 I, T 2, R 2, N and F., rtl ADV 11ADi (LO'i'CJ the days appointed, and proceed in the same order ins

a truly melancholy phiz, scrambled! up, and upon Court, tillage where December -1, 1" 17. 'JO EZNE 4, Sec 9T2R2Nanl E, and manul which they are advertised, with all convenient di*
best of materials being
is of the "cured -
!limped ofTto the other end of the room, cursing the Court was held was throu;hed to overflotv- W 4, S E 4, Sec 3, T 2, R 2, Nand F.W4NE4.Sec3T2R2NandE. directly under the ce of Mr. Stillman, all patch, until the whole shall have been offered, ansI
with however the sales thus closed. Bat sale shall be f :
ing. Having, some difficulty, Spices Pickles &c. no keg
not loud, but Mexico, Mexican fear cl hop-icork i n thereby precluded, and persons
deep 1 GO longer than two weeks, and no private ,.1 I
bed into it but he containing acres. open entry
procured a jumped was TTNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkin Manvoes. On- rely getting an article well
upon
women, fandangoes, Kunas, and everythingelse. Lands purpoitme to belong to Young A. Johnson: urchasii)5 may any of the landa will be admitted until after the n.piralionof .-
out again in almost no time. U ions and mixed: Pjckle-s, tickled obster, Walnut EfSWJ,5cc2hTJR2Nand i K:, mad Among the articles comprising their the two weeks.

What kind of bed do you call this !" said lard and Tomato and Ketchups Sauce, Capers Cider, Olive Oil, Mu,- E i,S W 4. Sec 23, T 3, R 2, Nand E, FJ1LL JL\'D M'LVTER STOCK Given under my hand at the Cily of Washington

The 1'lag cut dwrn ly Col. Seymour. he to the negro who officiated as master of the Gooxebe-rries, Pepper and Pepper Currants in Vinegar, fresh containing 10U acres. maybe found the following: this twenty-third day of October Anno Domini one s
Jleical bottles fresh Salmon
ceremonies. A. A. FISHER, Sheriff Elk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats Blat-k, thousand eight i hundred and forty-seven. 1:
It the letter that Shad and Halibut in canisters
Currv ]'tmdf and
.
by
appears following .
and e: cfflcio Tax Collector Leon Co. Brown and Inv l. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa By the President.
Col. T. II. Seymour cut down the Mexican '* Feather bed, massa. fJajenre, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginger, Cur November 27, 1SI7. itt 3m Gotba, Mixt Tweeds, anJ fancy col'd. Cassimer do- JAMES 11. POLK

.Hag upon the heights of Chapultepcc, and Feathers -! (I fear I used too warm an rant Jelly. Macarreirii, Vermicilli, Russia and American Vllots and Blanket Overcoats, .c., Heavy Pilot RICHARD Is!. YOUNG,

raised the Stars and Stripes in its stead. He expression, but I don't remember what it was,) and Citrons.Nutmeg Isinglass t Irish .Moss, dried Currants l'runes Bacon, Flour, &c. and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of tine ilk Commissioner of the General Land Office.

hag proved himself to bo what his friendsclaimed I[ should think it contained entire chickens"Han't !" Mace, Ginger, Allspice. Cinnamon per schooner Elicia, from New Or. and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons of Black French Cas-
Jusrreceivcd
.sinner Blk Ribbed Ao.t fancy Plaid, Check & Striped NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. *>
for brave and accomplished )bo dat dat are fifty dull'r nigger, Sam, Cloven, Vamilla Ifc-ans, Sae, Summer Savory and *
Linmot (10. also,Tweed, Sat inett and Jeansdo.&c.: VESTS **
sweet Marjoram Orange Flower, Rose & Peach I Cask Bacon Hams, ; Every person entitled to the right; of pre.emnptinr'to
trow de cluckn in murmured the waiter dUe wa-
and Plaid
Silks
of Black and Farcy Satins Striped ,
ofcer. tens, extract qf Rose, Lemon, roach and Vanill.i.FYrsileby .- 1 clear Sides, any lands within the limits of the townships and
A leter 1'rorultncc Journal from Lt. diotibly, as he proceeded to insinuate his hand LEWIS i. AMES.DeceroWrJ 1 Shoulder. 'elvels. Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia, Plaid Silk plrts.of townships above enumerated, is reetMred !.

Slocum, of the Rhode Island! company, says : into the course bagging tick. Squash if helabn't 1 I 11. 20 5 F>bl: Illinois Flour Mazurkas, &.C. t..c. establish the same to the satisfaction of the Register ,
bbls choice Family Floor, They hare also an extensive assortment of Cloths? and Receiver of the Land Office, and make 5 *
Half
"On the very summit of the hill our nobleand Iho' said he, a he pulled forth a 9 proper f
No. 2 Mackerel, Casimt'r and Vtstmjrs unmanufactured, consisting therefor atpraetteaift lifter uti,* .
Fine Perfumes I lil'l. new piymerrt as toon ;
galat Cob Ransom fell dead, receiving partly plucked! rooster. I tolc de stupid jack. 3 Barrels Green Apples. For sile low by in pant of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye this notice, and before the appointed for the rnrnrncetnent I

:.bot on left tide of the nose, passing: cka'through Behind dis i mom, when ho was featherin' dc From the Manufactory of Lubin, Paris.HEDYOSMIA November 27, IS-t7. 10 ALFRED E. IIOC. Moths, do. English do. do. do., English: Blue and of the public sale of the latdi. rmbr 0 J

and coming out at the back el'a chick'ns for dinner, to empty de feathers in dc 1'elilrope, Jockey Club Rose Ge. nvisible Green Wool Dye lo., black Beaver and cini the tract claimed; otherwise such claim wilt -

head. Hut on we went, placed our ladders fuss class beds to 'prove de kerwality ; and de un. Patchouly, MiZllio1eUemliro,13 Notice.S Castor do., French Black Ca.ssimcr, do. RiM..J do.odo. forfeited. f I
: .crir.j8, Her of( AraSia, ler.! de la Raine after date the Administrator of the ., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and RICHARD M. YOUNG, :
months ,
de
in IX
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: bat oborlook tie chick'n
the walls cut d! the the old blind hurry
tius mu men at Violets most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of BI;ck and Commusioner ff the General Land .
Eglantine, Vanilla I>rgatnolte, Vervain, of R. deceased late of Leon CJKce j.
.runs, and in (fact gthem some few* little oh business, massa," be t.'tinuec in an apologetic Marrocam aid (S. 1'ouqnetAl 0 County estate will .Humphries ent his final account and vouchers Fancy Plaid Satin, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen November, lfn-17. IG I2w .!

xtras not bef.r ) Our gallant and 1 tone, "tl e here little can't >o, Cllt-nn's .hland Perfume, and Preston & to( the" Hon. Judge pr of Probate of aid County, and Velvet, Caahmcres and Valencias, Vontingj of Rich t

Major,Thomas II. Seymour, cut aUtitc be a.i We hab a dozen niggersrim'ain' Merrill's Extract of Fragrant Floss t'U. pray for a diacharze from said administration. Velvet Plush, Jtc. Sc.S $100 Reward! i i.ERUiAWAY
clle.beare and The true Farina Colei:ne-also the French and November 27, t'-l7. I'J Cm ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF |
emblem of their national chick'ns all do time, 'casionally \ utolenVom the subscribe ,
tri.olord or
1.n American. Lavender and! Florida Waters, Bay Rum nro and BlcachTd. Cotton
treachery, and in its stead fijng to the breeze a foot or Jiead am oberlooketl! : in de reddcn and Agna de la Reine fine Cosmetics, rich Pomades, LEWIS & AMES I Linen hats and and Caps Cotton(Monerey Shirt.)' Undershirts; of October IM7. a nejrff. '
,
li stars and stripes. It i is impossible to djttVtc when wo pat 'um way in de beds, but dis 'ere Hair-oils and Hair-dies, Shaving and Toilet Soap. Blk Its!. Silk Cravats, Silk! 1 and Merinodo. about 6 fert high*strut

Low I fell while marching or crawling arc de fust time I cber found :hull chick'n I" fine and coarse Combs, brushes! for the head Teeth, DEALERS "Fancy Satin do "Lambs Wool and Angola years. yellow comprectrd, a ;
Vail aid Flesh. A article of Cold Cream DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS scar (>n one vide of his head an heels the superior OILS Rich Fancy Satin and > Undershirts,
hill, men close my : of his boulder, from a burn when small Heis
c tat my upon For sale LEWIS & AMES. ; part
ill by Cotton and Cotton-
pots. Plain do ScarfsBrown
<11 bursting all around me, the round thot Separation Imj>ossiblc. Tbe following is December 4, l'i17. 20 Toilet Articles, Perfumery, It., Window Glass erihv Lind Hhks. ?de Drawer, quick spokenand very sensible. A reward of %*'. ,

roaring; escopettc balls striking pat pat Crone the Courier des Brat Unix, of Saturday : PAISTERS' BRUSHES AND COWlS, Elk. White and Col'J Kid:Gum Elastic Suspenders, will; be given for the Negro, if lodged1 any yn. I

when 1 saxr coming the stars and stripcs' A man: and wife, who had been married ten Horse and Buggy for Sale.kAlY Apothecaries' Glass AVnrc, &cT Gloves, Merino and'Cottoa Half- "o that he ran be had and a reward c4 $100 will Ur .
tip : paid, ifhe has been stolen by a white man, for the
lube iiiuJs of an oliicer. I \Co!. Ransom years, were established in the mercantile bu- person desiring to purchase a good HEabove constantly on hand and for sale at the J Hose, negro and thief,with sofbcicnt evidence for convic

Iring; by toy feet ; I turned around and sungw Mines* in the StrcctvSt. Denis ; having a dis- Y and a fine HORSE(the liu L lowest market prices. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas. Money pelt*, tion. Anv information conc<'rninK th'mT may tie directed

I resolved to and to a top,) can l toe accommodated by boulder Braces, tc. &.c. to the undersigned at Tallahassee Poet OrT er. .
Como on men and the putc, they separate, agreed have arrivals additional
my avenge tiling on P. tt. UROKAW. We received by late e CLARK 4. STILI IAN. SARAH ANIT ALLEN.

4leLth .f jour Colone!' Captain Pitnam is leave the decision of their matter to the justiceof December 4, tl'.17. 2i) It supplies of DntgtAfetlietntianJ Cfirmicals,which, October 23, 13t7. 14 OO-: The Whig, Griffin, Ga will please poblurff t

*ct*'5 Major, ad Maj. Seymour conuuandI'Jtcnomcnon. the peace of their district. Accordingly --- together with most of the popular patent remedies, the above four weeks,and seed bill fo advertiser.
each to state their to the render our assortment the largest and most varied in
went grievances
Uw"d they Apples, Potatoes, and Onions. Wood Cutters. November R, IS47. 1C -ft
the State.
magistrate. Have you any children" ?" ask.dhe. 01 BARRELS EATING A rpu: We have now in store a lot of QUININE, warranted W.rED, a number of strong and healthy men ]

The Courier t sir." flow many "Three, l1 2'J do. Irish Potatoes, pure, and of very superior quality. as choppers. Liberal wages to good NEW STORE

L"Ltau Uni; say. Mr. Glatz, of this city, two boys and a girl, and exactly here lies the 11) do. Onions. Just received a large assortment of men. Apply toBIRCHETT
a ctild & each wish have the Just received and for sale cheap for cash by & LINDENBERGER. GEORGE H. MEGINNISS
which affi>rds an example of the ifficulty, since we to. earn FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
December 4, lt>17. 20 A. E. HOC. November 6, lS-I7. 1C If
w ski 'f nature follow. The child i is bard..YL5tly4wo of two of them decide." ,Will you abide from the celebrated gardens of Messrs. Hovey & Co. TS now receiving and cpcninjj at (the store next doer
I a "said both at Also a small invoice of choice BRANDY AND J. to Mr. BurneVn, a reneral assortment ol good.
moUths oW, and is ihlrtj-nine ny decision I" Entirely, they Lard and Butter, WINES. and a lot CIGARS of extra quality. All Negro Kerseys. rnnsistim of DRT GOODS. HARDWARE, GROCERIES

lIItit. II height. Uecently it grew five inch.S nee. '* Very wcl my good friends I con. received per achr. Oregon, and for sale low gf which we ofkr for tale at the lowest cash prices. CASES KERSEYS 2doLineyi, ,:fcr., fcc. which he will sell at the vcr*

three day and ben, after twelve day's donna you to Q fourth child, a!then you .JUST A. E. HOC. LEWIS AMES. I 0 Just received and for pIe by |o\ve t nriaw S

Z1bMOU, four iachca in Q week. may each Lave two. You may then cull on D CcmI, sno 20 Tallahassee, NocmLcr 20, IS17._ IS Sep. 19, IS17. y LJ.OYDX FLACG. October 30r 1547. 15 CI .









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.J.I ., ;. Safe ,ptatfoaed Iti Monday ifl December.Sheriff's GASDEN SHERIFF SALES. L. & H. GREENBERG CO. I S SANDS' SARSAPAKILLA City Hotel, 'Tallahassee.NOTICE. lit\Tin It FnWIikrdpj It i iii cur.:ti I

I hue to inform friends and the rnr
scrrxTH
Still rontinnc at their old dud FOR THE pIRMANENT CUREOF my or PXCXMBX .en, S
c. Sale.BY REMOVAL AND
cthis bOu. ,that I have leased it.and
'{..: .1 t f : virtue of a writ of fieri facia, i nt
Clerk** office of Leon Circuit Conrt wherein o T ra: of fieri facia, issued from 'U1llT.REthv opening their FALlAND IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD Esq.. who has for many year been UNITED STATES

I! '. Isaac W. .Mitchell i is plain'irl; and Henry -Il.'J.o u::: the Clerk.Otlice of the Circuit Court for the t' f( WINTER: are w.PlT now' of FRENCH ENGLISH( OR HABIT OF THE SYS- connected with tbe first claw Hotels at the North, REPORTER

::4 ,yo.Jtc. .defendant. htveh.4sy brie4up. County GadwUn,Middle Circuit of Florida where* GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS GOODS. TEM VIZ: and recently I from the American Hotel in New York. A DAILY JOVIKALOr COVEXKMCKT: tCdfl .

.. *n, and will esp
} : Hn door n tbe city o llahaMee, nn the fut H- Hext is d"'tnlnl. I have If.it pflj will 1 description; of colorcd and fancy Silks.Parisia Plaids. Eruptions Pimplet or putult mtfie no exertion or e'spense lo make his gtiesls comfortable -

t '.. .t M.ndiy in November nest within legal f hoar, expose for nIt. hflr.the Court House door in lit Striped and Printed Cashniffres Plain and Colored Face Blotche. Bile. Chronic Sere Eye, Ring I recommend the houe to my friends aM the S THE subscriber is now enabled to aoooooce t IB*

r 4 )1 Ii't : llowin* described property to wit : town ffQ'Jinc M Monday the Oth; clay cf O.- French Merino, nStriped ar.d Silk wofi Alpac- Worm rr Tell,, Scald Head, Enlargement and public. THOMAS BROWN. of Ifs arrangements for.thee .
I 'j Src T Ij North. R 2, r Ihe S E 4 the S F h er. t.n. the (,.lo".in described prnpntv t : PM'n ol' tile Bones and Joints, Stubborn Liters November I. IS 17. 1/1. Cm nent of a well organized and independent Jooraal ef

; ,.. i :: | of See 3.T I. R 2. N k E: Ihe W i of n t.hl S W if The :E 4 of W 4. 11eW 4 of the S F.lheE Ca A'freat c. variety e.f French. Etsglisk ti d American Syphilitic Symftomt, Sciatica or Lumbago and News at the Seat of the General Govri potent.

.' ;4 j' ec 3. T3, R I I. N !F.III.l three :rt"t of IjivlinIhe 1. ol the :\|I. and tht 4 ol% the S E 4 Calicoes and GinKhims; Iitasr arising from an injudicious we ofMrrcttrif. CITY HOTEL The leading features of the. United Stales Rep ,.

: : N W coiner nf S W I of d Wvominin2.J t \7ors'ed Phi.f different styles and qualities; .Aseitn or Dropsy Expire or tmpntdmct ler will lie following :

l. .: &F.a1vthe WqI1heF.1of5C1TI 1 .acre*, more or lr**. d color and in Lift. .lisa. Chronic Cf11UiluliDnaDi.ordtr. I. Early Intelligence of tllu"tnmtml.flAe t,.
quality
Shawls ription. ;
: l Nnfn2.r and the W i of the N W J of S-c 15.T f.it'; j upon a* the property of aid defendant and I SWiC9. Jaconet every, Cambric? : Tarleton and Cross Bar pills preparation is a combination hitherto unknown a riou Departments of the Gorrrnmint in rrfcrra-c

,'I .. E; and the K I o( l'>e =W 4 of See15.T to to fillifj said writ of Con facia. Mulir. ; I ID the history of Medicine differing entirelv lo Domestic affairs and to the Foreign Relation* .(
i N of R E and the: W J tht S 4 of B. C. WEST from the the country will be given with entpulou
I ; 1. 2, ; ( r t"rif Sik.! Thread and Linen Bobio, and a new 1It,1. of in its character operations variors fidclii*
I -4 I e. T I. : n 2. Nor. 3. ISI7. 1'; 15y; J.tMrs 11.. I S. Muslin ediiirgs: preparations Sarsaparilla which have been Possessing peculiar facilities for rbtaining infernal
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I'f Levied npjn a. the property-stdd-fen-lanf, ano I Kid Ca. mt're. Silk and \\oollea GloTt'9,tor Ladies at t different times offered to the pnblic. It acts spe- TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. lion tbe Reporter" will b* enabled frequently tv

i t b .id% ,o rti* sid writ fieri ( "Jnv Sae rsl Mantlay in ]uml1 and Gentlemen"" cifically upon the whole system thereby bringing IN the management c.ftbi, Hotel tbe undersigned I communicafteXclosinly.i intelligence if the meg

I A. .A. FII1CR. virt-iv* of I writ of fieri farix. i..i>d from Silk W.(llen and Cotton Stocking fee do. : under its direct and immediate influence. Although use his best exertions to please his guests important character.
t' ; J. ;v. SIIF.RWOOD, i) s. the CIrk'.Oee of the late Superior C
.::1 ". Sept C 5fOct. p.] ,-1 12 for theConitv ..f dad-den., fi.ldlE District of FInn Handsome Silk Cravats, Fiench Needlework Collars t harmless, so that it cannot injure the most delicate WILLIAM HEMINGWAY. of the United State Senate which the

t .. >The .tYf.Me h) *e b'en p".fponfd unll the d i. 'hlrfil W. J. Ih""ils "* plaintiffami! Stokeley( and Cape; cansfitution. When in perfecthealth. no ef November lit, 1517. 16 fjm accordance proprietor is !bound furnish daily lo that body, in

t Fr-t Monday in December next. i I. SadSnrv and t'z Wood are deferKlant, I will exK| se Harare* for Dresses; do. Green ; feet is produced by its use except an increase of ap m *.* Herald St. Augustine ; Gazelle, Newport ; the with Ibe terns of the contract made at

j for sale before t Ihe C jurl I1'nsO dv>r in I the tcv
i Sherifs Sale. i Monday.thefithdiy of December. 1S17, Ribbons ; carrying fast its victim along tile path of life. then Pensacola will please publish and send bills to the rangement new made wrtlat cnce fullv secure to 5 tbt
Senate of
I .J -I virti ft! a fieri f.cia.. i i. u"d from the foll-nviiisdrscriScd, properv! to wit : Neapolitan, Tuscan and SirJknn..fs ; i its mysterious influence is felt and seen ; it enkindle h Hotel for payment. record the of United its States an authentic and coin

BY the Clcrk'. ofcce t.f(the Circuit Court for the) I One Negro woman named Dollv, and MarT. her Linen Damask and Dam?.k Table Co>ers ; new life, and vi-jor i antI brings health and strength greatly pleto enlarged Debates'; and to time rff'pJe-in a

I, :
,. Ii .. Executor of Thfopiiluj 'Ihman'sesrtie I' levied) upon by the Mar 11.1! of the D I Rich Net Children's Wr1l.1 Ci-as! an-l! Cap: is STRINGER TIt.FICTrO'lf'LET under'imed have as- which"tnte.532clI1; have and 'alnmau1.ip tt ,that body to-

p i i4 ,.hIti!! and Wesley Admiri. Jrat I trict (.r Middle! Florida th- rrr'ffrty.f said : A hrze: a orlment of biown -vheting Shlrtmo1, THE FACTS SPEAK ron THEMSELVES.-The following CO-PARTNERSHIP. ,and from this date they ever lucked wilh solicitous aha re
.. :rnnino. dants, and to be sold! to ,>tvt aid= rit of (IJrii i facias.j i certificate, is only another link in the great chain m i spectful regard.!
.r of Henry J. Go.kint. id dte"l.nl. I hare levied I I L Striped Shirtirm :and Hi rne"|!":M" t the two shof will be united, and Ihe business conducted III. The
H.? C. \WEST Sheriff. Linsevs S'rir-d' of testimony to its merit" Let the afflicted read and I Proceedings and Ihlalts in the House
t. Uix-n, and e\po** for 1.11. "efot the: Court I nroa.lclolh., Casinu-rs, Ki i a.-y s by LYNCH i VINGF.RIIOETS. They are
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I. !fl4(3D! .''or. i the: city (.f T1h'asec, on the fir.fM'indar t j November 5;, 1<17. II and Plsid.S'atinrSf, J'acI..Twee,!j, Red and \VhfeFlannel. be convinced. What it bu done once it will do prepared to do all descriptions of work in Iheir line, Representatives impartiality and tt.e will utmost altO, be given with fullness,

( in embr t\t. wilhin legal hours thef.Ilowinz j' Ticking. cr-lou-d Cambrics. win a Inrs3 a ain. with fidelity anddes'patcbandon as reasonable terms clay's record will be picmr-titwle. Each

4 4 \ l'eri' o propt-rty.to( wit : Sale fr.tJon oy in Lclmb. ..ormcnt: ol 1 Trimming" Fanrv Goods, Prfuncrv CLARtt5TOW Mass., Sept. 23d, 1S1<>. f fI for cash or approved acceptances as any workmen in in the Reporter"next completely made. up and appear

4 r*. S ELSe23iTuwIhip2.fl3nZe2NkE: I B%" of fi 2. 2. the iut low"for cash at their store in this place, also at I has been for ten afflicted with the scrolloushumor. Proceedings a/
t NFJ.EJ..2I kF I j Clerks!Oftce of the Cirrnit the years t l i is most respectfully solicited. Debates? of all the State IJ ;I"'ltTr.Ifill
) ., .. 2. ofGadiden their store in Monlicello.Octt' At the of he had the measle % be ren*
"NFI. 2.SkF. County Miadle Circuit of here- age seven years I E. J. LYNCH. larly given. Members of
ForidA \ and
I r \I, 21., 2. 'in J3L'l Lanier i i" plaintiff and ( nn i ij de- H'r30. 1SI7. 15Dll.WOUflRFL"S which probably caused Ihi humor to make its appearance GERARD VINGERHOETS. readers will thus be kept Congress and all ela***.f
fully
\vAv1" .. I", 2. 3' & : I] have and will : : in a rrost singular covering his body I Mstrmatical); ii .
Tallahassee November
F' flnd.llt.1 levied up.n expose for sale DVsiEY way G, 1517. l'i formed of Domestic Legislation in all
:% N \V i. l-.i. 2.: 3.: \ *, : : h'lort the Court Iff! >u<.door in the town of Quincy. CCRDIAL.BVTOXC from his head to his feet with small tumors. I con United' States.V. sections cf ibr
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N W |. -" I''. 3.N&E: on Monday the fih: day .f December, 1S17, the folli.wing ." 0 II C.}!I1 U G'{ I suited a Doctor ol Medicine, and he examined him: Received by the latest Arrivals, Early Intelligence
%. .: cnnfaininj .V'rf) cre. more or 1cs4. / deri{ property to wit : three deco in succession, and not understanding hi I ofallimportantmotemntt
Of THE BT"T KKMEf" EVER PISCOVEKED, I LARGE assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING in the Legislatures of Great Lritain end
levied upon; a the property of .aid ,1 .fMJ.Ut,and Nerro >|ave8 Perkin. a man about 30 years of case,advised me to consult Dr. Roaer.,of New York A will t'rtntt
age 1011 BOWIL DEft be communicated
4 I : to bs said tn sti.1 said writ of fieri fj.-ia. I and Walter, a boy alw>ut IS years of age. 'NGF\fE\oTS. I then being a resident of that city. After a long: SHOES, BOOTS; also, a general assortment in by every steamer'trrm Eurpe,
of GROCERIES. through London and'Paii,
.t' A. .\. : Sheriff.Ot.4nr Levied upon a* the propeify of said defendant, DR. WOODRUFF'S nn IST".RY CORDIAL, and critical(examination having more than thirty r rrportrrs who pcsKiy
n.mR facilities
for
: '3. 1517. J j I I and to be rI to satisfy said writ .>f fieri f.iciat. Iiarrlnca, Dv.eneri Cholera Morb'H ether medical gentlemen with him at the same time L. & II. GREENBERG & 0. peculiar obtaining infi.rmati n.
VI. Tie
..' .1 I R. C. WEST hert. Cholera Infir..um and Sufnmer Complaints Chit' Isc pronounced it Scrofula or King's Evil. Th; October :1), Is-n. 15 in a condensed GnztTaU'uf foim with Dag will\ be Si","

Sheriff's Sale. r Nov. !>. 1 I" 17. 1C JAMKS IhxF. S. dren. child was I then prescribed (for,and commenced lakin industry and attention.
j 1) Y virtue of writ of fieri ficia issued frem the I ) VfM // HI: HilliarJ Inlr U. S. /illiJoeT to Bel"ittm. medical drug from that lime. He grew worse unilJune Goods for Gentlemens'Vear.. Such is a brief view ol what the United Stater

J)1 CleikV office of the Circuit" Cwrt to the coun-: Sal, Monday in December.V of 1ST7 and then his bones became affected i in BLUE lark,an,1 Blue Flack Broadcloth' Fancy' Reporter"is have designed been well to .". All tie plans and a,.
I
'.. frst n,. Jf'oorrtJr.1 Dar fir of I he that had been him imers. Saltinets, Jean. Ricn Si. rangenent* matured, and ike brpe i it
few given
; : A Kentucky
tv of LCSU, =lid.Je Circuit of Fl''ndJ. wherein the \' a writ of tier! fjrUs. i issued from days consequence mercury I confidently cherished that the.
I .. : U.ii.<." IU...k f i ii plaintiffand ;ni.I! Rolx-rt-I 1 the Clerk's Oflke of the Circuit. Court for ,Ihet since I recfiffj the Ccrdial which you were god}I A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw i in tin Vestings, Silk Velvet Vesting, Rich Satin Sil itself industrioH U. S. Reporter"will
energetic,
prove
,4:is defendant. I ttte levied l upon, and will expose t tfrr . Iljving! used the article, I do the first place as large as an English walnut, a piec t vered Vesting Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravat, a perfectly independent .urnll. It dignififd md
s.le, before. Ihe COD it Ho ''e rfoor, in the city of r j herein Daniel Cook i i. laintiirard Reuben Scott I not hesitate' to pronounce' it a most valuable medi- from his forehead as laigea* a sixpence: and a piec.t : general assortment of centlemen's Bools: :and Shoe,. viewi- bias. will have no jarlj
political The
T-dlarmnef. on Mondsv, the Oth day of JJem1lr! r otfen.brt. I have '\i.l and will for i*.i cina. Indeed! for such aicotm.ns! of Ihc.oo'ls a* from near ,the crown of his head. It then went I to ; Hats and Cap ; also a large stock of ready made fcrmofhi.contrect no with proprietor, by Ibe

n-\t, within I(1 hour, the following I I i iprwrtv.ttviit ue, before the Court-House upon in the expose town rf \\e fiornclimci ulTi-r with in the Suulh, I know nothing the back and.ide, and discharged in three places.- clothing,just received and fur sale by State, i is !.und to the condition IheStr.ate' of"the l"pilf'4

: I H Quincy. 0 Monday the .:h:day lor.December I at ail equal to ir. From thence lo one of his lim'/, separating in consequence R F. BjR. EY. shall contain' that the Taper
: l'4 no political discussions
: : WI i InfSW 4.Sec 31. T -2. R 1. N and W. ; W I 1 II I i I, i ihe f<>ilo. : ( i'l it the remainder! I have hid aside from the bones of the ankle ? a vehicle of Nsw-til the
.. ofXJJ.S27.TIHIlandW. I !aI Live. Jell" Dick. FirhN.and! Spencer. ; fer u'c stien I I I joint on the back pait.le .- of set of Gr-
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e .r I..i. 'Ipff pioperty dfendant. and I I Levied of may. need it. Rfsrieclfullr.IIEXKY! had at one time fifteen running gores or issue Rifles and Shot-Guna. gan any opinions The grand aim of |h.
,: upon property ".iid and subscriber is to
,1.1 dtf.'nJant. establish
to b! >.ld lo sniffy" said v\nt ('If fieri fa"ia I to be sold to satisfv: Sid writ ol fieri facia W. HILUARD. from'Ih* clans of I Ihe throat and those place. I hue, qualities, sues and prices just re- a faithful and ,at the Sett of Gtvercment.

.\. .\. FISHER, SheritI I It! C. WE< r. mentioned. In IS'-, I lived in Portsmouth' N.Il.. AssORTED fur sale by S. F. EURNEY. prctr.pt reporter tf all fcrfj cf intelli

(1"lr! 2,1'7.' I Nor. 3,1S7.} i 10 By JAMFS Shrif.: S. From Benjamin ianinrr. Editor f the FoitthrrnShitfJ and he was attacked with, a Rheumatic Fever ubicb Seprf'0Ibt-r2j.1>4 7. 10Caps. gence the business-a retpon-tible cent, ea w bicb the: prliiician

$ I I : Enfaula. ,11". settled in one of Iii, hips, which swelled aj large as man the inanafaclnrer the m Sale ANOTHER LIFE three of the other. P-eing under Medical treatment. and every one interotrd in the a ain of Congressand
Sherif': Sale. I first Mjmlay in Dcccml>cr.tirfiierf SAVED IJY THE CORDIAL the
Government may rely at all limes wiik
I hey him laudanum until be lost his in-
e, Byiru.f a ( !i,-ri facia.*, i III(1 from the I 1 T a writ of fieri facias i issncd fromeCleikV .Iftcr Phl. iria"11 kill ka failed to benefit.Dr. Then cve 1 became alarmed and sent for Thomsonian rea on.- JUST received per the last :arrivals d,.. CIclh p'icit: confidence.It .
: ; : I" the Circuit Court the : I Ore: rf !the Circuit a 1. Glazed-Caps, for Gentlcme.i and i M believed that the
.. :1.I for munh I C. urt for tl.l I 1f..n.l1.nr Sir:-I take -r'at pleasure His medicine h lped his hip and rtnored his r"a'lon.'fhe Boys new tallurmrct of neb a riliallejournal -
b (.1 I/Nin.. : ,( Cirr'it of FloriJi, wirpin! the County of Gadrd-n.MiddleCirr'iit' !: of$ Ffri.II.where ill ff.tiliiz to the; eti'. -Icy of your Dys.-n'ery Cordial third time he was attacked with this fever i in styles, which will be sold very low. of Iftttlligente. rn terms which place

1'nioi; Rqk. of n..rita! :< 1.1"inlit. and Jimc* 1*. I in Dn.f? I mlth\lc..i> "ll-ltllr am. e\'mn Gilchrt..t from tc-.tirg; itt \ irMKii! > my own family. Mrs.was L ISI7" when hearin ol Dr. Sands' Sarsaparilla, and L. 4. H. GREENEEKG & CO. i it within the reach of the great masses cf tt.e people

Truttie' i* d! 't.jndii. *. I h."p letnl upon and \i iJeix !I Xwel E. Gil-I !rfendnt! I hive: l; rthiet \mimrn'r) rao t violently! attacked Is I ;i bin perfectly satisfied that all other medicines had October 30,1 17. lo at the corrimenccrcent of what prtuiises I. t.e a

J *' for SI M .re the Cotut HMM.- d
I ,i, c.f TjlIalia. o-.>. nn :Monday the Oh d-i\\ of I>ereenVr :; !I Iu"ed..,r, i.i the town of 'J-iinev. on .1'.11 1:1\, t the had! been l haf1t d I in its t'-fli-rti Jo r(.';v the diea: e i tlc*. and by the time he had taken it alii considcrcc i Fall and Winter Goods. I I! If( Cor.gn nK'jff pn rending will be rfgsrftd nisS:

J nt, nitbin !!z)l hour, the- Mlmutig, d">- Oth; day. of Dc-r-mber, lJ7, the following described or afT.rd iciief, and atmelermsionsbecas; to he felt by him ,\'!. Thoe place heaU-d-he became brisbt l JUST RECEIVED from New Yetk favi.r by all rlasrts of the fcminnny ; and, having
cri* (Nl to prr>|''rt> to wit : by Brig Henry thus stated his
jiro.-vity : that the would un"Iftf the
survive object. suSsriiber
mysrlf not much Jcn $ J I
!
I
,rr, j and lively-color came to his face and lipfrcm Buck, a large assortment cf rtperlfclly:
V.rth i c1: S'rli.jn Ii,T 3. R 1. N and E. A two Hon.'azot and Gar aid lIme solicits a liberal and
a mll ie. inteii njroriy in wl-ich she was laboring, I II that time till the Fall of 1S4-1, his complaints neve general soppcit (nm the enliglbectd .
niofSK 17T J, 1 151.K I. levied on a< ihe !To ol the hal I' STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. 1 ullic *
; erfy aid de en !lant$t, ; recourse to your invaluable Cordial and before troubled him. At that time he becamedvaf, "llichconlinl1t't1 [ tIthe l .it d 'atu"
.
I.fSWJ" I7.T3..RI. :and to be sold lo sati-lv sj4nit r.f fieri facial' sha had taken one b.tlle of it, relief was obtained; !i until \\a.i March when hit right eye be Groceries Hardware, Wood! and Willow Ware, JAMES A. HOUSTON

E.fSW 4 ofSedinI.T2R2NanIE. B. C. WI1ST. Sheriff, ] ;and) after( taking two was entiiely cured. I lcd l sure i came affected ; from that lo the left t"l',covering tb e Rope and Bagging, I Nails ar.d Iron, Stcnoqrcphertothe Ktntte of the U. S.

U'ofSK4EcfNW| : I i. T 2, R 2. Nov. 5,117. 1C p.y JAMES III.a:, D. S. that I am indfbttil ilfvr her life. You can use I I Might of the eye s
I ... 17.T2, R2. Inn as >ou may ace pr'.ptr. I drnivcdcfsicht.. i Frr sale bv on a large and bancsrpe sheet, ar.d i issued evrr;

Wift lXE4 .. 17. T 2. R2, I Sale first Monday in Deccmbrr. f.lUbJuIJ' 1.1,1"JtESJ.' ; GARDNER. Knowing tint Sands Sarsaparilla was the only! Sept. IS, ISH. J.> LLOYD A. FLAGG. morning, except Suud.ysat the rate t I JC |- r I'.

NUrnfSE1 S.T2R2, 4' Y virfue ('I a \vrit of Ion medicine that had ever done him I num. _
ficia
B i"s'icd ( any good, appliedto
SEofSV 4 S T 2, R 2.i rom i iVormt I Notice. In connection with the
,the CierkN Office of the Circuit Court for the Worms Worms! Mr. Fowle, Apothecary, at Costlllor more. lIe daily paper there will! It

4 to I.vie* : to so sitifv 21 i Ihe prnjrt/.f vM firias.defendant and I j II County cf Gid( dt-n, Middle Circuit cf Fl"rid... where WOODRUFF'S f SPECIFIC ii a safe has taken fifteen dollars worth which has removed ALL persons indebted to the estate' of Thomas J. i issued from the same establishment

1' ; A. A. FISHER I in William!- Williatn i iof plaiiitiff? and StocUy Sad- DR...' efficient remedy for Worms. Try it. As m the humor from his eyes and hearing and he now deceased, are hereby notified to male THE MIRROR OF CONGRESS-

.; Sheriff.Otober3,1S17. I hut i ij ,. ( / Woo-1, and J.,<-. McCall. are det'ondints. I good as the best and as cheap as t the cheapest.CERTIFICATES. appears to be cured', ai.d radically so. I verily believe immediate payment ; and all those having demands This publication will contain' exclusively the Reports
1 I ha'e Icvietl' and will all this latter trouble have been will their accounts, cf the
upon expose for salebforelhe might avoiletif present properly attested' to the Proceedings and Debates of the Congress
; t Couit-Hru t oe.r. in the town of i I had continual 1 the of the undersigned who is authorized fettle of tbe United States. It
Qtiincv,', on Monljy I certify that I cave Dr. W('drlttf'* Specific to a I thorough? use Sarsapi duly to Ihe whiLe issued semi-weekly,
Sherifs aaic.BY ; the ath;' day of December hI 17, the following child of mine, and in a short I t lime i it brought awav2
I virtue of f.ri f.tcii;, i is-xiivl from the described) properly to wit : wmms. JOSEPH SHirPEY. These ale the simple statements of the facts of the Agent for f2tgard Butler, AJmini fratrix. Congress, and will be famished to subscribers attIc

I : rk'* ofTice cl the C"ltl lor I Hamilton I Three Sugar Boilers.Levied Muscogeo' County Georgia, ISl'j.I case, and I fet-I it my duty t lo make those facts knownto October 16,1'47. 13 2m rate of Tiro Dollars for the long session and Cut

,. ('.wily. }li-JIt Circuit. of Mi,, ;.wherein William upon a- the property of StocVly Sadbury the public, for the benefit of those who may be Doa'Iarkrthe, short session. It believed that this

.", II. C<>. per is {Ibinfit aid Thorn-n Smith* is dcfen- '; one <.l ,.id defendants and to be wld to satisfy said do certify that T administered lo a member of my afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction the Deaf and Dumo Asylum great national stork will be deemed indispensable in

' ,t. ", I lure on*; and will expose for sale, writ of fieri (..dat. family Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specific,and it brought cure has been effected solely from the effect of this OF KENTUCKY. the library of every public institutionpoliticianand,

4 c.. .1 bH''re the ('0'11 Hou-e door in the t."wn of Jji)>cr, B. C. WEST. SheritT awav'.V' w---i --* iu aniuntfr c_*c, iI.cured one vj invaluable medicine lin professional man throughout the country ; at>d that
'. 1"itWfii!' M deriU land to wit: "'bitcsville.Ga. IS I'j. JOHN J. LITTLE. Suffolk *t. Boston, October 13,1316.-Then personally ,in tracts, and upon as the very best political text book for their
: The <.uth Eit 4f ttn. Nnrtl h'nt terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres own instruction -
4 of <'iof BULL & TRATORIUS appeared the above named Hannah W. Beck and that oi their children.
8 31. .f Township 2, of Ri'ize I {. N'.rth! and ET.I. I certify that I cave Dr. Woodruff's and made solemn oath that the above certificate, hy of LAND sitmted in the county of Jackson, in the
Specific to
Levied uri! :C the rNjwrt j of said' d.tal.rt.! and At the corner klore cndrr the% Sralinfl Office aud ne 'ro t boy '.*ho was in bad health. It brought a her subscribed and statements therein contained. : Slate ol Florida. Also, lie Eight to Locate, to a IMPORTANT ANNOUNCE3IENT.

.1 tv. be ..;IJ lu siti,!v iij nri of (.'-ri lacia-i: ojiiosite], the riiccnii Buildinrs I imincdiatily( W Woims. The away I :are true. Before me, limited extent.
boy
t JIJ T. soon recovered The above land were selected at an early date Throughout the session cf Congress Extras wil!
I5AISIJE.V. JAMES RICE by
his health. Justice of the Peace.
October 22,1M7. 1\1 1 Shcrif.I ARE NOW OPENING a choice and well elected TIIOMAS BOYD. For further an ctpcriencedjudge,and are believed to be be issued from the oftee of the United States Reporter -
and amongst
: ,T Cow eta County Ga., January IS 17. particulars conclusive evidence of "
: '1 INGSand ( CLOTII:, CASSIMERS VHST- I its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets which the finest in the county. containing the reports of all such Debates

". Sheriff's Sale. REDY.M.DECLOTJIJNG. The great be C. H. DUPONT, as may possess peculiarly exciting in'erest.
care and taste ft' For sale by Lwi< i. Ames Sole may obtained of Aeents gratis.
bestowed in thcgf-Ieclion' Agents, Ta!llahas l- All
subscriptions
( acd
7 BY virtu/of a:execution i. I'd out of the Ji.- warrant them in sayins to a1!) who wi i.h o to these purchase goods ; e'; aNo, by the fullowing persons: R. Manning I Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS Drug. Quincy, Jun. 12,.Itent 15-17. of D.47 Sf D. .1. of K"y. paid and drlrel communications, to be poit-

-" Curt of the 2ad Dishcl o( Hamilton I I good bargains, you will do well to call and Leon Coun'y ; James R. Beard, PM hro-I giets \\f Fulton street, corner of Willia'm, N. Y. ly dJ.UIES A.

: t ( OOflV, J.11f'D'incan i ii plaintiT i( and Sjm- our "luck.: It would be a jrrcal lav on time examine io ikie, Leon County ; S ... Burney Miccosookie ; Sold aUoby LEW1S& A n:". ."ee.SMITl United Slates Reporter HOUSTON
and C.
.-l R. John* n 11 dr-fi-ndjiit, the Constable: of mid t I I j tience to enumerate the ditr.renl styles and pa- Samuel Pule.fon, Drnz) .i ist t. Montiee'llo; James Hire, : & C.\TLIi:Penurola, F. B. WHlTII\G,St. Marks M. D. PAPY July :1. bti. JO Washineton.D.
:
li.trict lias l .i- upon the following describt-d I| 'I jC'imposirg Ihi assortment : sulljce it lo patterns that I Q-iincy; Joshua Djvi il' .or (lJ..I'n Counfv' ; D. nJ-1 aoll.y DnngUts gencrallv throughout the Unite G2-: All newspapers thrcughrut the United Stale
lai .I to wit : ortion of these) say a ker, P. M.Chattahoochie States. @m U II
j. | cloths and ca'Mtrcrsare ol and Win Power, Mir .Wf who publish this prospectus
Brit- once a work frcm this
The S.Mith Ut 4 of North F-it, 4 of Section 2'i: ; :alii' KioaMCfl fH'lrc'and the clothing nd chant', Marianm.Au2n Price 51 1 per bottle. Six bottles for g5.l Practice in all the Couts in the Midde date till the meeting of Conines., will be entitled
: WILL to
in TWinhip I, of R.in-e 13, North andR-st. Al o. I. every article of their stock' i ii of a style and __ !f 11', J".47. 4 (:>- The public are respectfully requested to remember Office on the first floor of the Cap an excbanee wi,h the Ut>it(dStatesKeperfer"and
th.North, Eat Jot .the W .t of I that will quality that it i i.s Sand' Sarsaparilla that has been itol ,
Section
OI" 4 23, please the most {.s''idiOlH. South wine, room formerly occupied by the w ill be placed en the list el those to wfccra the Ex
in Township I. !Ka"re 1 3, North a". Ea.J. j They would! mention that thi-se CLOTHS of For Sale. and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of Secretary of the'Territory. tras will be despatchd.

I Now in pur uanre; of the Jaw in s'ich cage made' I the finest texture, the best Enzlis-h rvool dye, French are THE well-known and! fertile tract of Land in Co. the nuMfiifF.cuit class of diseases to which the human November 15. 1S4-3. 17

.t and provided, I will expo-) fur ale bf. H( u** d<*>r, in the town of do. Ca-is. and take no other. JOHIV Type Foundry
the :
Jaj>er, on first Mon- Frt-ach and tierman black! clolbJ do. Cbil. Ferry, containing one hundred) arn-j of land cleared EUSIiI E.ATTORXEY ,
diy in ('(r' ?r next, within legal hour,, theh.ne French fancy CassirrKrs.VESTINGS and at this time in a fine state for cultivation wit! December 12, 151J.( 20 ly AT LAW AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING AVAREHOUSE..A"o. .

d"*rrib.l land. Li('d on as the property ot said I of fine black Satin fine plaid Satin all the necessary buildings for the comfort of the -S --- 17, Canal street JJoir.HE .
.. Jelcndjnt and to be KIM! to satisfy I'olkanetf
: ) T. HAISDEN Cerro Goio! House attend the Justices Courts of Gadsden T undersfgned beg leave to announce lo Fub-
JI I.-I Sheriff. j and Chtllbucf'o.' Monterey checked Store Room wilh& all other, buildings for the WILL
22. Attorney nl Law, the Circuit Court of Middle lishers and Printers, that they have
established
lVakuThi READY Florida
ottI.r I'1. ; \DE CLOTHING.-Superior I use of ne ro hru e.;. Also, good Stables and Cribs, ,
Fine .
bl!
----- I French Jlontictl'o Jtffmon and the Courts in the adjacent Counties a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY in
dress tnd (rock coat, do. English wool he and a gd ferry FI..t. all of which I w ill j"lIlo\\orca4h. County, Florida, of Georgia this
: ; \ Tax d I... do French Ca Persons November 22, IS 15. IS t tf city. The Dock Letter of this Foundry was cut to
County Collector'a I imrr Sack Coats Doe-..kin do., wi>hi.-ig to purchase will do well to WILL attend the Circuit Court of the Middle Sentinel order by if
0-
i SALE. black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe.!kin call and examine for themsclve and of the County of Columbia of the copy. workmen long experience. and, as no
I coats, black beavercloth sack and over-coats black RKDKCCA: : CHARLES. Eastern CircuitFlorida. expense wu spared to obtain the handsomest face
,
? r BY virtue of the authority, vested in me by law,, Cloaks. rantalcoHtoffine, black Cassimer,mmdi urn Columbus Fa., August 21, IS 17. i -Im Monticello, August 22, IS 10. i U. S. MAIL ana it to will perfect be it in every respect,we will ventnre lo
I I have thi* day le'io u;>on, and will! expose to do., a great variety of faircy Ca",imer of time say found as handsome, if not the hanJ-
public .;le. in i front ol the Court Hume in the cuunt latest st>le. ftslicf very description.pants Mililar Notice. s"mcst in the United States. We hare also a very

I / ol( Wikulla, State of Florida Trimmings, Hosiery i Shuts Law Notice.BIlOCKENBROUGII handsome assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of
Gloves months af
Cravats ell < r date the
SIX acing Executor of the the latest
style, to which would
On tltfjtr&t in adjusting Stocks, Suspenders and almost will and ; ne call Ibe attention
Monday
S. I May next, connected with a gentleman's everything testament of Aithur Burney Sen.. & MAXWELL. of Printers before purchasing elsewhere. AH
outfit. deceased will
make r
between the .ual hours, the application to the lion. Judgeof articles manul'actuicd shall
\ following pieces or B. & P. arc to by us beef a material
prepared execute all orders Probate of Leon
parcrU 01 Labd, t iz: inz accord. County for letters of dismission II BROCKENBROUGH Jt etjual if not superior, to manufactured
to the latest and ror."t approved II It-s. Executor of said \\fM. will return to HoVV FROM QCINCV any at the
8 Lot number S. containinl 47-1 acres, and known N. B. By the next arrivals estate. rids in time to attend all the Courts of the TO CnATTAHOOCiriE, North ; and aswesball sell Type at New York prices
.\, as the Rivet Surv y, according to the origaa surrey TilE REMAINDER. we expect to receive July 17, IS Ii. 52 Cm Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Counties WILL be carried in TWO HORSE COACHES we trust to meet with encouragement.

made by Asfi Harlfield. )' Ali lots October 16, IS 17. 13CAROLINA Notice. in West Florida. B. & M. will also attend the 1st Nov'r. Will leave Quincy We are now prepared to manufacture BRASS RULE

.' 8 number 3J, -0. 41. 42. 43, I.:1. 52, :3. 6 01. C2, Supreme and Federal Court' Their time will be Tuesdays and Saturdays, at 6 o'clock P. .., arriveat and TYPE of any magnitudewilh prompt uess. We
63.. GO. 7O. 7li 7s. Ml. St. ( C U SIX devoted rztlwirJ to the legal profession and 3, same days, 10 o'clock P. M., in particularly call the attention of Printers
COlfainin ucb :GJ acre; and k wnd'('les. HOUSE, of William B. Kilpatrick deceased will claims against the United States, for the attentive, time to take the Mail Boat for Apahchicola. Leave to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set ol

4 -p crtbed bv tiid numbnllcording to the original sur- QUINCY, FLORIDA. present his accounts cid vouchers to the Honorable prosecution of which arrangements hare been madein Chattahoochie Wednesdays and Sundays at I, P. M., moulds, by which we are enabled-to famish a per
h\made by Ana HartMcId have leased Judze of Probate of Jefferson County, and ask to be Wa arrive at Quinej feet article. We also
All Surveyor. WE furs term of years that hinlton. same days 6 o'clock P. l M. Fare are Agents for the sale of tbe
.. the above dtcrib lot. ol Land situated, ly- Iarie and commodious establishment discharged as Administrator of said estate. March 1t, 1SJ7. 31 $2 00. T. D. WILSON, Napier, Washington and Smith PRESSES, which

.. inz and being in county ot t Wakulla,on the west formerly known as Armatead's Hotel, and.! | July 17,1S17. 52 Cm [Proprietor. together with Chases,Cases, Composing SticksFurniture

.ide of the WaVuJla' River bring a portion of what recently the Marshall House, and will have a Notice.OIX N. B. Private conveyance can be procured at any Inks and every other article required in the
io known as ri"5' Purchase, and levied (or the open DR. J. REESE'S ime.I Print business
.. upon a reception of boarders and visitors on the 15th, ing ,will be kept on band,and furnished
the property of die Apalachicola Land inst. The months after date I shall present final November.6,1S47. at manufacturer's
Company proprietors pledge themselves (that LIVER & DYSPEPTIC my acCoUnt 16 an prices.
c
; .. and will b sold to'jtity their State and County Tax thing shall be spared on their part to receive and no- MEDICINE. O and vouchers the Hon. Judge of Probate Editors and Printers wishing to establish a News'

.' ro tbecou.nty, of Wakulla. for the year IS I". tertain in a proper manner all who may feel deposed en- "OERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of seL in and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a DR. J. 8. BOND S paper or Job Printing Office will be furnished will,

AIHJAH HALL. Sherifl to favor them with their patronage. rime table dntary habits, are often troubled with habitual discharge a* Administrator of the estate of Abram an estimate in detail for the same,by stating the size

j ., Oclo! and er-offieto 1 Tax. C lelor.1ula Co. be furnished with the best the. maiket and. adjacent will co.,ti.eiitss, which often exerts a very unfavorable Grintham, late of said county, deceased. OFFERS hit professional and the services to the citizens of the paper, r the particular sty le and quantity aS
>er 19.
.ti. country can afford, and the bar with Ihe choicest influence upon their genera! health which is particularly WILLIAM GORMAN. Office surrounding country. work to be executed.
: i Win(*. Liquor and Cigars. In inauitested ly Monlicello, September IS, 1S17. 9 6m at Col. Fisher's Hotel. 03- The proprietors of
: t short no exertions irregularity, il not total loss of May 29. 1817. 45 newspapers who will pub
Spanish Regala. will be wanting to render their House one of the appetite. In this condition of the nystc-m this! ar tf lish ibis advertisement six months,ar,
.p .. '0 000 JUST
4 f lr Ieby good living. that. if the dose is properly, adjusted so as not to BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE. by I'urcrnsing si\i limes the amount of adver

J- &H. GREENBER' & CO. I MCMILLAN & EIZZELL move the bowel too actively relief ma; be relied 20 W do. Rio do. tising bill in Tvpe.

.'.. October 19.( ISI7. *15 Q-iincy. October 1C, 1S47. 13 3m upon without any or e'en Ihe least unpleasant consequences 25 do. Laguira i do. GREEN & CO.

.. resulting from the use of common purga Just received and for sale by -8L1i June 2G. 147. 49 Cm 17 Canal St. Row.

., 'I. Dr. J. IL Scales, I N oUce.SIX live medicines usually resorted to. Sept. 13. 1S47. a LI.OYD.FLAGG.. ; -

:: SURGEGON DENTIST. months after dates shall Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the Boot and Shoe Making.
:.; present my accounts preventive properties of this medic
: 'cTTiLL be fou-nd at hi.old Room. at J. L. Demil- vouchers lo the lion. Judge of Probate of I lie first intimation of an approaching jpe tack.by using There it on DR. C. II. BUNTING, From Tallahassee r 11HEon igned.having purchased live'

: 1 V I lyV Knarding louo during the fall and win- Jefferson county' and apply for letters of dismission are some constitutions liab.'e! ; to SURGEON DENTIST to Macon. JL en'ire stock and mateiials of LCAKRciirci.n. .
attacks
regular cf
I .' I.T rn'fflhs, unless "'hfn professionally engszeiLDr. as Administrator' on the estate of Henry Feldberg, Fiillioua Fever almost fall Through in forty-tiro hours from Tallahassee to who is about leaving the Slate,
every to such the
: S. having juet rcei,e
t>( materiaV aprt.liing| to his on. is now HENRY GREENBERG. Adm'r. jv the middle of May or first of Jim beginning. to use il ( tenders his services to the public in time lo take the Mail oaU on public that be is at uret-ent at the old stand. where

1 \ prepared perf'rrrJaiy operation .neatoe and Octob-r If., IS 17. 13 Cm Those whose digestive feeble in the.various branches of his profession. From his Jorth the-fourth dau. I pe is prepared to execute all WOTS in Jill line wins

: cfv-H afch on the rrnAt approved pUn,. perience a sense of fullness organs, weight are and often ex experience ana sneers in practice he feels assured THE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays promptness and despatch fie ha? on band the finest

cr October 1C, 1817. I: Notice about the stomach after eating. will find oppression this o f being able to please (hose who may patronisehim. (by,, and Fridays at 4 ol-lock A. M., of calf skins, and all soils of materials, and will
medicine Dr.[ B.
hen-hy given to afford almost immediate relief. refers( the public to and arrive in Maconvia Quincy Bainbiidze, Nton ,\. makaat short notice, and in she best manner, GEN
: all
.' ; "Groceries JS persons interested, that. sis Ladies Col. W. T. STOCKTON Dr. J. M. W. DATIDSOIT, Albany. AmericusandPerry TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES
near their ,) descrip
Kerseys, &c. month after date,! shall confinement often softer ( Gen. C. on Tuesdays every
II.
present final coin
T. CASE NFGRO and vouchers to the lion. my account heartburn and costiveness : to snch this article DUPOKT. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock. P. M.in tion. BooN fooled, sok-J,and otherwise repaired in
?EYS. Jodge of isn'ghly Office
Probate
1 Of in and opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waitedon time fur the cars for Savannah. good style and at reasonable He will
; : 6 r 1" Ru 4ett lirngans fine article for the County of Jefferson and apply ( recommended a* it tan be used without the at their residence Leaving Macon on cbarges. war
the or a discharge least and with as usual. iondajs,Wednesdays, and Fridays rant his work to be equal to done in the place
Underwood) Pickle*, as Administrator' of the estate of Anna Brooks danger, great benefit. In sick or nervous September 11. 1147. at 4 o'clock A any
) Pickled LolMters! late of 0aJd County headache it i is invaluable. 8 1.1., and arriving Tallahassee on Toesjays. Thurs- and lo give as good satisfaction as to fitting as anr

4$ ; Prepared Cocoa, deceased.JAMES R. BROOKS. This article will be foUnd to act as a ple'ant cordial Notice. dais, and Saturdays at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line other workman.

JLtl Currant Jv yr JetTerwn County. Oct. 30, J5.,. 15 Gin and tonic, restoring the appetite and at the connects with the Central Rail Road.Savannah. Au JOHN LERCII.Maj .
i Pepper ame time fulfilling every intention that the SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts MiUedgeville and Western Rail Road to Co- 8,11-n. 42 tlIV.

.. 1 Sue., (rery rior.) Fancy Goods. purgatives are intended t effect. It upurely common vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in t minis. Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line

WbteVillt\ lup nr. ADRILLF. P DE SOlE Black Gro. etable, and whcd used according to lime directions txg., and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a di. from Quincy to Chattahoochie, and lhen' to Apa- HI. BIAIITIN,

.t 8 Lamp *W Plain and Embroidered de Rhine will b d& .. YounghlysonTeamyfiie dite .) Satin striped Cashmere Mouslin de Laioet, afflicted with Dyspepsia, Derangement of the Liver of Everett White,late of said County deceased.T. Columbus in three days, and but one night will be ,
'. Gnnpawder dn Black ditto French *, plaid spun Silk, or General Debility. J3EATTY. spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macoa. 104 Poydras street, .

Now receiving|per Brig Newca"lle, fmm Ro ton'f .. Scarfs and Ginghams Cravats, Tartar Plaid, Prepared by Doctor J. Reee Griffin Pike count Monticello July 3, lS47. SO Cm The public may rent assured that every atfeotr.n will NEW-ORLEANS. LA.

II. Collars,trimmed and Egyptian and Regency Lace, Georgia and for tale by appointment at J be paid* to the comfort of these who may patronize DUYING. SELLING, RECEIVING, AND FORWARDING -

; t October 30. 1947. GE. .EGNNIs Linen Cam. HdkA. French untrimmed Kid Gloves E. BARNARD. Jr'.., Negro Clothing. this Line. LI attended to with promptness.KETCBS .

: Ladies and Mimes spun Silk Dm* Store Tallahassee. PIECES Kerseys, 50 do. Plains, 20 do. Lin- FARE: I TO
.f. Gloves 50 From Tall ab to JNO. W. ARGTUC LATHAM A. BAlsa
DANIEL LADD. UItee Qnincr.i2O; Bainbridge, ,
Rope and Geotlcment Newort bales Lowell
;' printed L. C. Hdkfs., a new article says Osnaburgs,5 Virginia do., A.
3
-Daggn Twe Do. S baleslI $ ; to AJbny,911.and to Macon, $22- BCSTWICK. S- S. SIBX.KY.
Scarf Monlicello Domestics S do.
and 7-8
Cravats Domestics
Scbr. .1 do.3-4 WRIGHT & SAWYER December 5.1540. 2a
OrJ I Proprietors.
l lean. pt Now r.ceif ing per Brig. Carrl and Quincy, do., 10 bales Negro blankets 5 case Negro ,
II. ) Emeline, and shoes S By JOHN M. yARN
.1: Oc4ob r30. IS4T. GE IGlrNlsS. (or 13110 low by GEO. II. fD1IN ISS. HARDY BRYAN wool hats and ,cal" Just received and (or sale by fry Office at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee Agent.C. IITTSTAR'S BALSA OK WILD CHERRY fot
October 30. l!.I7. 15, Astenfftr Tliomai county, Georgia S. F. BURNEY. VV sale by LEWIS tFebruarj AlliEs.
t.'rt 3b! .ls.11. .u Seplembcr 25 1547. I E. BAILEY.Agent; at Ma|.NATHANS, in Qnioor.
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