The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 11, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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'!::""""'" -.' ty) almost vatueleasf their Iaatxx ashy ilitl or distance from Lotruner,' oselej, Priest,Sanderson, Smith,T borTra< 7, WW -:Which Report wa*,received and concurred, '

SENATE; JOURNAL market and other depreciating circumstances. That there is Com -14. On motion.the bill accompanying said Report was read by h*Ulhh

quently a very great difference in the amount of taxes paid by iwviduals Nays-None: and 7- copies.ordered to be printed. '

the real valuation of their property-an estate worth So the bill passed. Title as stated. Mr. Tracey, from :be committee) on Militia, made the &Uowio4 .

4'tcsi>AV, December 7, IS 11.t 820,000 upon frequently paying no more lax than one worth '82,000.That Ordered that the same be certified to the House. report:

The Senate met'pursuant to adjournment. agaip, the relative difference of taxation upon 1st, 2d, and I 3d Engrossed bill entitled An Act to amend an act entitled an act tprovide I I The committee on the Militia\ i to whom VII referred the bill -id

f Her. Mr. Choice officiated as Chaplain. rate lands is not in accordance with their true relative valuation tbat for the election of Electors of President and Vice Pre.identoftbe abolish .ifi.17 of the Adjutant and Inspector General of this State"

t A quorum being present the Journal of yesterday was read and while first rato lands are taxed upon a valuation of but $5 per acre+ United Slates, approved January 6, 1847, hU; same under consideration. and, ask fore to submit th*.

approved. including the value conferred by*buildings, &c., second rate lands are Was read a third time, and on the question, Shall the Bill pass 1 t following -

Mr. Brett gave notice that he would, at some future day, ask le3.\'c valued but $1.25 loss, and third rate lands are valued at the Terl; the yeas and nays were: REPORt

to introduce a Lill au be entitled, An Act to organize the county >of high valuation of 81.87 per acre-a thousand acres of the best plat I Yeas-Mr. President} Messrs. Avery Austin Brett, Burritt, Fairbanks That they believe it improper and unjust to the arduous had

Holmes. tation thus paying but $6.25 more than 1000 acres of the poorest Floyd, Lornraer, Mosdley, Priest, Sanderson, Smith, Tabor'' expensive duties which now devolve upon the impose Adjutant and Inspector

Pursuant 16 previous notice, Mr. Sanderson introduced a bill to Lc sand hills in the State. I Tracey, Watts15. General, without render g cbrn nalioo. And they are confirmed

tntitled, An Act in relation to roads in Columbia county ; That the present taxation: Upon gold watches places a valuationtwo of Nays-N me. in this opinion by reference to Article 1st, Section 14t>>, of the Con:

Which was read the first time and ordered for a second readin hundred and fifty dollars upon every gold watch, and upon. silt"cr So the bill passed. Title as state!!. stitution of tho State which declares that private property shall[ nol ..
.... be
I of dollars and half eaeh- a manifest Ordered tbat the same certified to the House.
lo-inorrow. watches valuation: sixty.two be taken unless 1dered
J Mr. Fairbanks 1JC\"cllhe appointment of a Committee to act with over "lIluation-ratin a gold watch at the value of a slave. A bill to I be entitled An Act to give to the Judges of the Circuit therefor.or applied *" public use, just compensation be tea

f i similar Committee'on the part of the louse, to examine the of That by the present Revenue Law an average value of two hundred Courts of this State the power to impose fines and forfeitures in They have therefore considered it but fair and proper' to abolish d

I lice Register! of Public Lands. and fifty dollars each is placed upon all slaves, without distinction of Criminal Cases portion duties said voice the duties be dis
itt / believing may
Mestrs. Fairbanks A very and Sanderson, were appointed sai age. That such a mode of valuation is unjust as between individlals Was read a second time. chll.rg d e Brigade Inspectors, without detriment to the State
Burritt moved strike the word "forfeltutesl' in the
thousand dollar, Mr. to out
Committee. that while the one own a slave worth one and without
may elpense. They therefore report: the bill tub nend:
Mr. Lorrimer presented the petition of sundry citizens, praying his neighbor may have one not worth fifty, and Jet they are callc enacting clause and insert penalties; : menU, and respectfully ask the concurrence of the Senate.E. .

the recognition by be General Assembly of certain debts incurred upon for the same tax. That this species of property in this Slat Which motion prevailed and the bill ordered to be engrossed fbi D. TRACEY, Chai twang

by the Territory olFlorida! ; is; and will probably continue to be, owned in. small numbers\ a third reading to-morrow. Which Report was received' and concurred in.
On motion of Mr.; Lorrimer, referred to the Committee on Claim different owners; and that no fair average can be consequently mad House bill entitled An Act to amend an act to provide for the E>

and Accounts. which will give a fair distribution of taxation, if made in this mat. lection of Electors of President and Vice President of the United ORDERS OF THE DAY. .

The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred a bill to States, Engrossed bill entitled, An act in relation to roads in ColumbiA *

!tt entitled An Act to amend an act entitled an act to organize ncr.Your committee further observe that the present revenue act omit Was read the first time ; county-

of Probate for the State of Florida beg leave to and valuable of which we would nt. On motion of Mr. Sanderson, the Fanato resolved itself into a (
Courts large species property ; among Was read a third time and on the question, Shall the bill puS i't
REPORT: lice that money is not taxed, unless at interest ; horses, mules, &c. Committee of the Whole on said bill. Mr. Floyd in the Chair. Aftersome the yeas and nays were-

That they hare had the said bill under consideration ; that tbey; constituting very large portion of the property of the country are time spent therein the Committee rose, and by their Chair. YxAs=-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery Austin Brett, Burritt, tits* r
without and
in favoroflhe of the bill, with the accompanying amend. not taxed ; furniture and plate pay no tax ; manufactories, other than man reported the bill back to the Senate amendment ten. Fairbanks, Floyd, McMillan! Moseley, Priest, Sanderson, Smith, i
are from tho further consideration thereof
the enacting clause aud to ask the concurrence of the Se saw mills, arc left out; and the capital invested in improvements, (anwhich asked leave to be discharged ; Tabor Tracey' Watts Id. '
'nentlo be item land ) are entirely I exempt shipping Which report was concurred in.
S. L. IH'RRITT Chairman: must as large an as NAYS-None. 1
bate therein. 4 On motion of Mr. Fairbanks, said bill was laid upon the table.A .
Which received and concurred in, and the amendment js exempt 3cc. So the bill passed-title as stated.
Rt'port"as bill be entitled An Act in relation to roads in Columbia
: We would call attention to the tabular statements herewith reported to Ordered that the same be certified to the .
The adopted.Select Cominittce, to whom was referred the communication by which it will be seen that the present valuation of the county Engrossed bill entitled, An act to give lo the Judges of the CircuitCourts

,! of the Comptroller the Treasury of the 2d instant, asking from property now taxed amounts to above twenty millions of dollars, now Was read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third of this State the power to impose fines and penalties in emirfinal f

found exclusive of specific taxes, 20 cts. per 8100. Your corn reading on to-morrow. ] .
to employ such aid as might be necessaryto paying, cases- J
Senate authority
An Act define the Western boundary of
the demands of the General.\ssemhIJ. beg leave to mittee believe by adding to the articles already estimated, accordinj House bill entitled to Was read a third time and on the question Shall the bill pass!'*

meet to the present system, lands and slaves: &c., a more perfect N''enUOsr6t Jackson county, and to repeal an act therein named the yeas and nays were= ,

REPORT : m would come into operation, and that with the addition of thi Was read a third time, and on motion of Mr. Brett, laid upon tho YEAS-Messrs. Avery Burritt Fairbanks McMillan Moseley f

That they have bad the same under consideration, and have made species of property now omitted, a tax of 20 or 25 cents per 8100 table until to-morrow. Priest Sanderson Smith, Tracey, Watta-10.

t such examination touching the subject matter of the said communication upon the valuation, would furnish a fund equal to the expenses of our Resolution in relation to l\lajor'Vm. W. Loring and Lieut. M. NAYS--Mr. President, Messrs. Austin, Brett, Costen, Floyd, Tabor j f

as to the Committee seemed meet and proper ; and respectfully Government, without increasing the burden upon the tax payers: ; that C. Marin, as amenccd by the House, was read and the amendment -6. l

recommend to the Senate to grant authority to the Comptroller each would pay according to his ability, and the provisions of thi of the House concurred: In. So the bill passed-title as stated. ,.
mode of taxation would On motion the Senate adjourned until to-morrow, at 10 o'clock.TmmsDAY .
and uniform
aJ therein requested. constitution requiring an equal I Ordered that the same be certified to the House.

S. I.. DURRITT Chairman. jc complied with. A course so reasonable and just could not bu Mr. Lorrimer asked !leave to record his vote on said bill

Which Report vas received and concurred in. meet with the approbation of all. December 0, 1847. Which was denied.

ORDERS OF THE DAY. As an evidence of the uncertainty of the present mode of assess. House bill to be entitled, An act to define the Western boundaryof f

the introduction of went upon lands, your committee would call attention to the fact that The Senate met. pursuant to adjournment. Jackson county and to repeal an act therein named-
bill entitled An act to prevent negroes
Engrossed second rate, bas Rev. Mr. Choice officiated as Chaplain.
shove 300,000 acres of land returned last year as Was read a second time. ...
into the county Franklin for f hire, belonging to non residcnts- difference of above 81100 the A being the proceedings of yesterday were read t
shall the bill ?" ,ecn this lear as third rate-making a qjorum present Mr. Brett moved the following] amendments, viz : ,
'I Was read third time and on the question, pass "
a present year from'that single item. And it is within the knowledge of and approved. Strike out Western," in the fourth like, and insert Sout Lern." 4;

the yeas and nays >vero : Austin Brett Rurrilt Cos. ill that the returns of this character have no uniformity-some lands The following communication received from his Excellency Strike out all after the word the,"in the 5th line to the.word par
\EAS-Mr.: President, Messrs. Avery, returned third rate, while others of lemur the Governor, and read: the North side 01 l'
Tabor vorth 810 per acre being as allel" ib 8th line, and insert Apalachicola river, at i
lIcIillan.Ioscl'y: : Sanderson Smith Tracey 1
ten, Floyd han half that value are returned as first rate. EXECUTIVE DErABTXEXT, Ochesee thence on the Southern side of the old Federal road to Wat: I
Watts-14. and uniform mode of taxation, ii December 8, 1847. S. '
Fairbanks and Priest-2. A bill to provide for an equal son's ferry across the Chipola rirer. ,
TS-JCS5rs.! herewith returned. I Gentlemen of the Senate Strike out "North," in 8th line, and insert. West,"
So the bill passed-title as stated. G. R. FAIRBANKS, In reply to your call for the correspondence relating to the North.ern Which were adopted. '

Ordered that the same be certified to the House.A JOHN M. SMITH, boundary of the State of Florida, I have to state: tbat the whole Mr. Tabor moved to insert after tho words Chipola river1 occurring '-*

bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled and Vice, An President act to E. D. TRACEY correspondence on that subject has been transmitted to the House of in the bill as amended thence West to point rqui distance :
of Electors of President
provide for the election S. L. BURRITT. Representatives on a prior call. In range twelve; thence North to the line that divides townships fouf

vf the United States, approved January 6,187"Was and the bill Very Respectfully, and five, thence due West to the Choctahatchee river." I
read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a third Which report was received and concurred in, accom. W. D. MOSELEY.
to-morrort. anying the same read by its title and 75 copies of said bill, and the Which motion was lost
reading Also, the following : said bill referred to select coot:
ordered to be printed. On motion of Mr. Tabor, was a
Clark same,
A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of Asa B. assignee ocuments accompanying y. DEFARTEnT
j XEC"CTIVE | i of Messrs. Tabor Brett Fair .
The was received from the House and read : mittee-said committee consisting; ,
of Thomas M. White December, 1847. S
Dec. 7th 1847. banks and Avery.A t:
time and ordered to be engrossed for a third HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Was read a second the Senate Gentlemen of the Senate Committed from the House informed the Senate that the Hotudwas
Ion. President of :
: reading on to-morrow. have been and tf the Home of Representative*t into J-Jle&lon. of and Treasurer fuf
W. M. Maxwell and Collins, ready to go Comptroller I
"An Aldrich
i A bill to be entitled, An act to amend an act entitled act to Sla-Mel5Srs. the of the House, te The taxes assessed in the county of Leon upon the capital stock of the State
for the State of Florida"Was tlais day appointed a Joint Committee on part |
organize Courts of Probate be Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company and which amounto Senate the House of .,
third similar Committee from the Senate In the examinationf Wbertnpon! proceeded to Represents
read a second time and ordered to be engrossed for a nite with a considerable item have not been paid ; and, as I am advised, the ballot !. f
tho office of the Register of Public Lands. a Lives, and the General Assembly! proceeded, by joint In Bait !.
reading on to-morrow. of this State afford no remedies to the State sufficient to coerce
aws elections.
Mr. Floyd moved that the Rule bo waived that he might be allow.ed Very respectfully; W. B. LANCASTER, be payment of the same. The Board of County Commissioners has By the invitation the Speaker of the House, the President of .

to make a motion. determined the amount of the assessment againt this Institu-
Clerk House of Representatives. already the Senate took the Chair tt!
Which motion was lost. ion, under the existing Revenue Laws, as will appear by a certified The President having announced to the General Assembly that t
from the House wasreccived and read: Also tho following: manifest that .
It some
The following message decision submitted
Dec. 6 1817. Ilocsn OF RErRESENTATivxs' Dec. Oth, 1847. -opy of nominations were now in order for Comptroller,
i i HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES' the Senate sufficient remedy for the collection of this and like assessments, should Mr. Fairbanks nominated Nathaniel P. Bemiit
Ion. of :
Honorable President of tILe Senate: Chain and Forward, have been appointed bo provided by the General Assembly. Mr. Wm. M. Maxwell nominated Simon Towle.
SIK -Tbe House has this day passed a bill entitled, "An act to Stn-Messrs. Ilagner Very Respectfully, t
: of the House to act with the Com The vote was as follows:
of President and Committee the part
of Electors Joint on
for the election a W. D. MOSELEY.On .
amend an act to ,rrovide the to be made of the several FOR TOWLE-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Brett, fidr
herewith transmitted. of the Senate for disposition
is littee ,
of the United States, which with the
Vice President the motion of Mr. Fairbanks, referred, accompanying ritt McMillan. Sanderson, Tracy Watts, MnSpeaker
to define the Western boundary of bills to alter and amend the Constitution of this State, passed by Floyd, Moseley
An act
I Also a bill entitled, I bodies. documents, to the committee on corporations.Mr. Bannennan, Brad well, Bryan, Chain ,. Collins, Crawford;

, Jatkson county, and to repeal an act therein named. I ispective Very Respectfully, Sanderson moved tbat the Register of the Land Office be re. Forward Garrttson, Hall, Hagner, Henderson, Higginbotbaulf
Very Respectfully/ : to the Senate, whether the eight sections grantedby Overstreet. Quigles, Rose
LANCASTER W. B. LANCASTER quested to report Johnston, W. M. Maxwell, Morrison
\v. B. of this
Seat Government
i Clerk Ho. Clerk Ho. Rep. Congress for the purpose of fixing the Scott Sheldon Smith, Taylor Tanner, 'Vatenon-36.
State" can be located in conformity to the construction placed upon FOB BEMIS-Messrs. Costen, Fairbanks, Priest, Smith, Tabor
House bill entitled An act to amend an act to provide for the Also the following : the Commissioners of the
The such by Mitchell! P
, of the United Ho. REP. Dec. Gth, 1847. the act of Congress making grant Aldrich, Allison, Burnbam, Cook Hancock Hobart King ,
I election of Electors of PreVide and Vice President the of this State.
lonorablc President of the Senate t General Land Office, at or near centre of Jackson, Mitchell, of Monroe-14.

States- ordered he for the use ofthe Which motion prevailed. So Mr. Towle was declared duly elected.
to printed
Was read the first time, and on motion of Mr. Sanderson, laid upon SIR The house has this day notice Mr. Fairbanks introduced a bill to be
Pursuant to previous nominated
General Assembly 75 copies of a bill entitled, An Act in addition For Treasurer Mr. Floyd
the table. An act to amend the several acts relative to County Com R. J
of Jack Wills, Letters Testamentary, Letters of entitled, Mr. W. M. Maxwell nominated William Hayward
House bill entitled, An act to define the Western boundary to several acts concerning
the duties of Executors: Administrators and missioners. The vote was as follows :
son county, and to repeal an act therein named- Administration, and Mr. Fairbanks gave notice that he wodld at some future" day ask FOR HAYWARD-Mr. President l Messrs. Avery Austin, tfreUj

Was read the first time. iuardians.! Very respectfully, W. B. LANCASTER, leive to introduce a bill to encourage and facilitate Internal Improve. Burritt, McMillan, Sanderson, Tracey, Watts, Mr. Speaker Ban'
Mr. Tabor moved that said bill be laid upon the table. authorize and partnerships for that purpose. Hall)
Clerk House of Representatives. ments and to regulate ncrman, Bradwell, Bryan Chain, Collins, Crawford Uagner
Which motion was lost. Also, a bill to prescribe the fees of the Attorney General in certain Henderson, Higginbotham, Johnston W. 5L Maxwell, Morrison
second tomorrow.On Also the following tHOUSE
ordered for reading
said bill a
On motion was
Smith Tanner, \Vatenon-3U
Scott Sheldon ,
Dec. Cth, 1847. Overstreet Quigles, ,
motion the Senate adjourned until tomorrow, 10 o'clock.WEDNESDAY Ion. President of the Senate OF :REPRESENTATI\ES, cases.Mr.. Avery, from the Committee on Schools and Colleges, pre- For BTRD-Messrs. Costin, Fairbanhs, :Floyd, Moseley, Priest

The House has this day ordered to be printed, for the use of sented the following report: Smith, Tabor Aldrich, Allison, Blackburn Burnham, Cook. For
December 8, 1917.t : the General- Assembly, 75 copies of a bill to be entitled, An Act for The Committee on Schools and Colleges, to whom were referred of I ward, Garrason Hancock Hobart, King Mitchell, of Jackson
\ establishment an
The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. the relief of the Settlers on Forbes Purchase in Gadsden county. the reports of Commissioners, relative to the in a billproviding ; Mitchell of Monroe, Ross, Taylor=21. '
instructed to bring
who ; J 1
Rer. Mr. Choice officiated as Chaplain.A Also 75 copies of a bill entitled An Act in addition to an act to Educational System and were of Common Schools ask So Mr. Hayward was declared duly elected Treasurer. EOn

being present, the proceedings of yesterday were read rganize Courts of Probate for the State of Florida. for the establishment of a System The Senate having returned to their Chamber
leave to motion they adjourned until to-morrow, id o'clock.
and approved.On Very respectfully REPORT
motion of Mr. Burritt, House bill entitled An Act to amendan \v. B. LANCASTER, that al-
for the election of Electors of President and VicePresident Clerk House of Representatives.Also the accompanying, bill. It will be seen upon
act to provide the system proposed contemplates:: the establishment" o f athough On a preceding day, the following Reports were made i
I"r : States.i t
of the the following : aid.
united without State I
Was taken from the table, and placed among the orders of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Dec. 8th, 1846. School Your Fund Committeo by the State cannot it. refrain may yet from be supported herd expressing their regret Mr. Brett, from the Committee on Claims made the following rd'

Hon. President of the Senate : members of Congress have been repeatedly port : .
day.On bill to be entitled An Act to give to the this resolved by the House, That the Select that notwithstanding our the of
motion of Mr. Tracey SIR :-It was day the General Assembly to endeavor to have The Committee on Claims, to whom was referred petition

Judges of the Circuit Courts of this State the power to impose fines Committee having in charge the question of the Northern boundaryof such laws requested passed, as by would enable the State to make the Common Asa B. Clark, with the papers accompanying the Mme, hare !nstruct: '

and forfeitures in criminal cases, the State, bo instructed to act jointly with such Committee of the available no attention has been paid, (so far. as your ed mo to REPORT: d
taken from the table and placed among the orders of the have the same subject in charge and that the Se. School '
Was : Senate as it
may Committee can ascertain) to those requests. That hey bate duly Considered the claim preferred, and deem
day.Mr. nate be requested to take such action in the matter as to manifest the will, until a State Fund is created, dependwholly meritorious and they recommend the passage of the bill herewith .
proposed system
membersof As highly
of certain officers of this resolution.
Smith presented the memorial their concurrence in the objects themselves Committee Chairman.
the people your JOHN BRETT,
the First Regiment of Florida Cavalry praying the repeal of a The Committee of the House consists of Messrs. A. E. Maxwell for its support upon with the different submitted
: be left optional .
that its adoption in and the bill therein
recommend received and concurred ,
Blackburn King. Which was
certain act therein named ; Hagner Mitchell of Jackson, report .

i Which was referred to the Committee on Militia. Very Respectfully counties. information of those who have not the time. or inclinationto reported, read the first brie', tfnd ordered.to a second reading (omorrov. :
made tho following report W. B. LANCASTER, For the .
Mr. Fairbanks, from a Select Committee of iho one before Us, yoar Com
oftho length
:- Clerk House of Representatives.Mr. examine a bill gtcat = Mr. Burritt, from the Committee on the Judiciary, iriade the following :
that it provides :- -
moved that the Committee on the State of the mittee will state t
The select committee appointed by the Senate upon the 1st inst., to Commonwealth be instructed to act with the Committee appointedby 1st. The Secretary of State shall bo tx-.cio Superintendent of The Committee report : on the Judiciary who were instructed. to bringin >>

report upon the operation of the present Revenue Law,and whether the House ) Schools Superintendent for the State. shall: be elected in each County.3d. a bill to amend an act entitled, *An! act,provide for be election

the same conforms to the provisions of the Constitution requiringan Which motion prevailed.On 2d. A County to divide the counties into suitable. of Electors of President and Vice President of the United States/ 1-
motion of Mr. Sanderson Mr. Floyd was added to the Committee County Superintendents approved January (?, 184?, so as to,have the said law conform to thelaw
mode of taxation- and have them general superintendence.
uniform Districts over a
equal and with said Commit establish uniform time
on the State of the Commonwealth, to act of the United States entitled, An aft to a

REPORT: r in said matter I haTe charge of for holding elections for Electors of President and Vice President in
tee also received and : 4th. Three Trustees to be elected in each District have instructed
House was :
from the all the States of be Union, approved January23,1845
The following message
examined the subject with much care and aliention the affairs of their several Districts.
That they hare raise to report the accompanying bill, and to ask the concur'rence ;.
and from the examination so made by them they hare come to read :- HOUSE OF REPRBSESTATIVES, Dec. 6th, 1847. 5th. When the State has a fund to distribute each received county from to the of me the Senate therein.

the conclusion that the present Revenue Law of this Slate does not President the Senate: within itself an amount equal,to the. sum S. L. BDRRITT, Chairman-
conform to the constitutional provision requiring an equal and uniform SIR:- The House has this day concurred in the amendment pro. Until Statei the State bas 'a fund to distribute1 the County Commissioners Which report was received and concurred i in, and the biti' Obereitf
node of taxation. matter of course,that the meaning of the nosed by the Senate relative to the Preamble and a levy a tax sufficient to pay the teachers reported, read the first tints, and ordered to a second reading on UK
It is to be presumed, as a Centreville Ga.
the constitution, are intended Mail Route from Jasper to fail to do so, the Trustees of the School Districts morrow. ,
used in houid they i
terns uniform equal" as dra1J1' ;;
Very re following
prescribe Dot only that all classes of persons should be equally W. B. LANCASTER, may collect the wage-of leathers from the parents. or guardians Mr. Burrtft, frond: the Committee the Judiciary, made1 t&e '

taxed, but that the citizens of the State individually should bear their Clerk House Representatives of pupils.Respectfully. report
submitted, the Judiciary, to whom was referred a hill h/ .
eqoal and of taxation. The on
just proportion ,
Slag examination of the tabular statement hereto annexed,(mark. ORDERS OF THE DAY O M. AVERT Chairman be entitled, "An act to prevent the introduction of DeFO"'bKo'ttis4 .

ed A.)h wiu be Men that the owners of improved and unimproved bill entitled An Act to amend an act entitled an act J. P. SANDERSON, State for hire belonging to non-residents1'report : t
SMITH ask leave
Engrossed JOHN M. and ;
ralua- eonslderatiea,
had the
t,01a rwperty pay a tax of 20 cts. per '100 upon of Probate for the State of Florida, That they have same f ,
Courts LORRIMER. consider'
thee to organize AS. H. T. from its
lands not said bill and to be discharged
tags of
their real! estate while the owners motion laid the table' I to return r
third time and on upon this subject.
read therein.
Was a to t
.Legialature Senate
nae limits of a town, pay a specific amount per.acre, without Engrossed bill entitled, An Act for the relief of AD B. Clark, Assignee Hattm8 prowled a Report rheCF1mlUeeJu'fn.ming upoli the biB,which alien ; and they ask the coaarreoce'of L."BORRITT the Ckal & ,
&cv declined with : S.
buildings, have acting '
"ucrinvQitingas the given by improvements
and without distinguishing to between cleared land and wild lands; that 1 Thomas third M. White and, on the question, Shall the bill pass 1 ? now,presented,but concur with the Committee in the report tto.pre: Which was received aDd concurred, and.tlw said Ml 'p
Was read a' tim, the bails'u iys- -
slide iU local: situation of one tract of first rate land near a large rented, which observe', proceeds.upon sam the orders of the day.. %
1owD,or upon tort bn bk waters, may give it a re hOcceulble high value,the in. I she Yea yeas Ded Mr.nays President were,:Mews. Avery, Austin, Bred,Burritt, Floyd, sew proposed b( ne. .. .,' _G., ft.: among .

l situation of others render them (although offirst rste'cfuali. i *- .



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; ; The Senate met to adjournment.Rev. The Senile proceeded with'tbe order of the day. : ewiairiea Into the conduct and management of aato granted .te a O a enri b then, l'p1 ?
pursuant a"
\ tbft of the River a view of(AA talogjudgmaUs ofJrf&ere'but per. a necessary tocole an pay db it is h Mgfij
bill emiUed Ao act to pilotage D wt
House Io
officiated pn
. \I! : Mr. Choice as Chaplain. pow reporting the result cf enquiries to the next General Assembly. ble that tbe Corporators ,
I i
. _
.t A quorum being present, the proceedings ef yesterday wereii'p read St. Johns There if no expression in either the Preamble or Resolutions a iheir institution, and are o ready a willing Ctl
Was read the first time and ordered for: a second reading on .to ruin
audspprovtJ. which can be construed a declaration! tint corporations era upon and suitable provision
,4 On motion of Mr. Avery, leave of absence was granted to Mr. morrow., ito Ib proper being made, allow*
! : had violated their charters conclusion which Uf rational to ing the ciettise of rights, only
trom the 2d until Howe bill entitled, An act to more filly defin the rat" of and crrate s as may be n
Senator District next.
': ; McMillan, Monday of settle and
; would have been arrived at before ordering judgment ctssary to up I would there rel
suppose &
Pilots f for the of Cedar aOair
Mr. Fairbanks introduced bill to duly of port Keys -
: Ptuoant to previous notice a en : forfeiture obtained them. And besides it does follow the
I the time and ordered for second on to. to be against Do cmn passage I proceedings be
Was read first a reading t
facilitate Internal authorize and
: and Improvements and to
,i I : courage that the State would necessarily, have wished to resume,tbssefranchises judgments forfeiture entered against such of these ut-
: .' 'i. regulate proceedings for that porpose.AI morrow. # because they had been abused ; for there might b goodreasons tions as will not make a voluntary surrender of their charters U
motion said bill read Ly its title and 75 ordered to Home bill entitled An act to facilitate the draining of the Twelve ,
f On was copies I
; would waive these breaches. have the
it to con
willing seized
why Ti frncbi again into ibe hands of
Mile.Swamp, in the county of St. Johns- b grante tk
be .
1Td printed.Pursuanl nected with the fact the "judgment forfeiture, or State, a
phrase provision guarding the
read its title and ordered for a secotw readingon any ettingtmbicenl
Was motion, by of
> notice Mr. Brett introduced bill to be on
to previous a en- nowhere used the belief the debts and from
tt expression of similar import, is srenghen. to them, by allowing their continued existence
t : titled An aqTlo organize the County of Holmes. House to-morrow.Preamble and Resolutions relative?to the expenses of the that the General Assembly intended these as pro- notwithstanding such judgment, ontl. final adjustment of their bu.siness
Which; read the first time and ordered for a second reading on
WAS further action. It however intended be could be made. Such
to they were
I Florida Volunteers previous to being mustered into the United States pmratory t a wol accomplish, witho difljlcully
4 to-morrow. is difficult to why the Attorney General was directed what the welfare of the !
q service i prit" 1 imperiously It
; .j ; Mr. Brett offered the following : fn and it is difficult demn
the equally to would disarm these
to next Asssembly ; securely associations of all
I 7UIlloue in General Were read the first time and ordered for a second reading on to. Gener power .
tt'; :: Rtsolctd.by the Senate of Rtpresentaiite understand why the of the Constitution of tho State, in future, by taking from tbem at once all those privileges
will fine die the 22d inst. morrow. which
4 i AtfemUy cvttened.. That they adjourn on in the General Assembly at its first session power to regulate, gave vitality to their existence, leaving them
and Resolution relative corporate
House Preamble to rights
and pre-emption nothing
the first time ordered to a second
reading on
J' Which L
: :.' was this State- and control all associations claiming to exercise Banking privileges, a name, and such powers as would be necessary to a faithful ;

I to-morrow. was made part of a Preamble of a law which sought their total dissolution istration of their eflccls. The rights of the State woukl be aiQ.!
from the committee Enrolled Bills Was read the first time and ordered for a second reading qn to
Mr. Fairbanks reported
t t and control them is dicated without
and destruction. To regulate, restrain any shock or change in the relationship of the debtori

';j'. Resolution in relation 1 enrolled.lo Major Wm.V.. Loring and Lieut. M. C. morrow.Memorial and Resolution of the General Assembly of the State of entirely different from annihilating them by a judgment of forfeiture. and creditors, and without any infringement of tbeir rights.

'I i \ Mavin, as correctly Placing this construction on these Resolutions, and proceed The Revenue Act imposes a tax on loaned
and the of a money at
the General Congress
committee Claims tbe Florida to President, Post Master! inter
!Ir. Brett from the on presented following Bk
the United Stales on the subject of a Mail Route therein mentioned, logs in such cases can only b instituted by the express authority of Stock and Bank agencies, but has failed to provide the mean
: : report : the State, I have felt myself empowered to take to have forcing its collection, in cases of a refusal en
. It; ; The Committee on Claims to whom was referred the petition of Was read the first time and ordered for a second reading on tomorrow. no any.tp or neglect to par. The
the charters of either of these associations forfeited. had I remedy given against delinquents consists in "the
empowering Tax
\ the the General of
sundry citizens, praying recognition by Assembly assumed to in tho nameand on behalf the State, the Collector to make distress and sale of
certain debts incurred by the Territory Florida,have had the same House Preamble and Resolutions in relation to certain sections of I proceed gos an chalet lands and
I 4
Courts might have refused to allow judgments forfeiture to be en. tenements. The power to reach chose*
4 voder consideration, and instruct me toREPORT land granted by the U. S. to Florida for the purpose of fixing her I given.-
: Seat of Government tered, without some clearer and more explicit evidence of the assent The tax being assessed on neither goods, chattels, nor lands,
;" : of the State to such judgment, than that afforded by these Resolutions.If the effects of these institutions an
; That the petition sets forth only the fact that the petitioners hold Were read the "first time and ordered for a second reading on to. consisting altogether of chows
however, the authority to proceed against these associationswere action, its payment under the law it now exists, be
i the scrip of the late Territory issued for debts incurred under the laws morrow. a may mistedwith
until next at 10 o'clock. unquestionably conferred by these Resolutions, the absence of impunity. In giving a remedy to enforce the collection
Mr. moved Monday tie
; :. of said Territory, and that no part thereof has been paid. The amount Floyd to adjourn o
; all provision agaiRst the evil and disastrous of a judgment taxes imposed, the provisions of the seemed
t of the indebtedness is not stated, nor have the petitioners furnished On which the yeas and nap were called by Messrs. Sanderson, consequences to looked only
of forfeiture would have been sufficient to suspend all action, to the collection of that land
and and on goods, and
,: tbe committee with the vouchers to sustain their claim, or with evidence Floyd, were- chatls
.. until the omission could have been remedied by the General Assembly. which be seized and sold
': by which its character may be ascertained. It is but an act YI1.uessrs. Burritt, Costen, Floyd, Smith-I. loosing sigh,of the fact tha a tax
: In the submitted in compliance with these Resolutions had also been directed be levied
prudence on the part of States, as well as of individuals, to scru. NAYS-Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin Brett, Lorrimer, report to on property not so tngible. anti
.j a ,i. tenize well, the demands which may be made upon their purses. Moseley, Priest, Sanderson, Tabor, Tracey, Walker-11. it was remarked : By the principles ot the Common Law, of an entirely different character. Such an .mendment Ihol be

!; : : Such scrutiny is particularly demanded of us in regard to applications So the Senate refused to adjourn.On upon the dissolution of a Corporation, the lands reverted to the made to this law as will supply this omission, and meet the exigency

motion, the Senate adjourned until to-morrow, 10 o'clock. grantor, tbe personal property vested in the crown, and the debts to of Ihe case. ,
: of this character, when it is recollected that by far tbe larger portion,
and from i were entirely extinguished, s that the members thereof The largeness of tbe amount paid out of the Treasury for the .
: if not the entire debt of the late Territory, was for objects! properly ex.pcnses
- J ; chargeable to the United States. In the absence of all proof this REPORT OF ATTORNEY GENERAL. could not recover, or be charged with them, in their natural capaci of criminal prosecutions and contingent expenses cf the

t; committee does pot conceive that the Territorial certificates preclude ties. As there is no statute of this State declaring thai such a con. i Courts, should arrest attention, a showing either tie inefficiency

t t.. ; inquiry into the character of the claims in their original shape, the sequence shall not follow the rendition of a judgment of forfeiture, the laws regulating thai head ofcxpcndifurr, or tbe impolicy of 0
ATTOHSET GENERAL'S Ornce, ) the same effect might follow it now. Should the Legislature, there For the
committee cannot say whether or not theso claims belong to that present system. year ending Isl November, 1946, these
t .+ class. Nor can they recommend to the Senate any action on the November 15, 1847. $ fore, deem it wise and politic to direct that proceedings be instituted expenses amounted to $3,362 31, being about' one-fifth of-the revenue .
His Excellency W. D. MOSELET, against these associations, it is recommended that it declare collected for that
subject further than to relieve ihe committee from its consideration. year. The following statement shows the
II: '. JOHN BRETT, Chairman. Governor of Florida: that, notwithstanding the judgments of forfeiture, the associationsshall r amount for the fiscal year ending 1st Nov. 1347 :-

:,-. \VriIrn Rrnnrt was received and concurred in. SIR :-:-The. Supreme! <<: Court of.the<<: State, at its term held in be deemed to exist, and bo capable of suing and being sued, a Expenses criminal prosecutions Suther Circuit, $1,195 69

I -':V: Mr. Burrilt i ,-from Judiciary committee, presented; the following January last, declared too act of the late territory Florida, ap. before the judgment of forfeiture, as to all righi credits, liabilities, stem Circuit, 3,534

f *. : proved Feb. 0, 1611, entitled, "An act regulating appeals and writs duties, responsibilities or obligations, ofany whatsoever, exist :Eastern Circuit, 0
; report 4,444
S : The Judiciary Committee to whom was referred a bill to be.entitled of error in criminal cases," to be in conflict with the Constitution of ing anterior to the rendition of such judgment." In tbe absence of a Middle Circuit, 5,930 47

An act more particularly to define mortgage liens," have in. the State. The consequence of this decision is that no right of ap. statutory provision, modifying this principle of tbe Common law, .

.. :- .;' ktructed me to- peal is recognised or allowed in criminal cases, under the laws of the judgments of forfeiture, carrying with them an extinguishment of 13,1585

t .! : REPORT: Slate as they now e1 &!. The act of 1841, which greatly modifiedand the debts to and from these associations, would b a truly bountiful Contingent expenses of Circuit Courts, 83

.: .r That they hare bad the same under consideration, and are in favor restricted this right, was an innovation of this well established harvest to the debtors, but a gross and wanton sacrifice of the 29

of tbe p45*age of the said bill as herewith amended, and to ask the privilege, the expediency of which was questionable even under the rights an interests of the creditors, which would cover with shame 818,061 68

"0 concurrence of the Senate herein. peculiar circumstances which produced it. Indeed nothing could tbe by whose authority such a catastrophe had been produced. It will be perceived that these expenses have more than doubled

| .' S. L. BURRITT, Chairman. hare induced the people of Florida to tolerate this infringement of a Whether such consequences flowed from ignorance or design, it I in tbe last year, and that, instead one-fifth, they now absorb about

.: Which Report was received and concurred in. privilege so highly prized as a protection against error, prejudice and would matter not, the retain of dishonor would sink too deep to be I one.third of the annual income of the 8Ia:( lTbis rapid growth of

The fallowing communication from the Register of Public Lands cppreuion, but its evident and pressing necessity. Florida from its eradicated, so long as l Iorda bad a history or a name. I cannot I these expenses is, doubtless, attributable to the present practice of

:: was received and read : position, its great extent and sparse population, and the disorganizedstate b supposed that the Assembly intended that any proeed. defraying them out of the State Treasury at tbe seat of Government -

i OFFICE or RECISTEB OF PUBLIC LAwS, ? of society, had become to a great extent a place of refuge for ings should te taken under these Resolutions, which would be at. where the correctness of the numberless items and charges

,' Tallahassee! Dec. 9th, 1847. S the worthless and vicious of her sister States. tended with such lamentable results. against the State cannot be known. The Comptroller, "hOe duty

: SIR :-I hive received a copy of a resolution adopted by the Se. Tbe criminal laws were disregarded or trampled upon, and heinous rtave'been thus particular! in calling your attention to the law of it is to audit and allow these accounts, can have no personal! know

,. .: Hate to.daas, follows: viz : crimes, of common occurrence, whilst in most of the counties there 1845, relative to certain associations claiming to exercise banking ledge of any of tbe services charged for, and the utmost vigilance
That the Register of the Land Office be requested to report to were no jails, and in others they were such as afforded little or no privileges," thai its character and extent may be known, and thai it j i his part will fail to detect the improper and over charges which will

the Senate whether the eight sections granted by Congress for the security against the escape of such prisoners as might be committed may be distinctly}' understood that there is no law which authorizes or ,I be made. Indeed so loose are tJie present laws, that to entitle an

purpose of filing the scat Government of this State, can be located to them. To provide a check to these evils, the people submitted to directs proceedings to be instituted against these associations, as { account to be audited and paid, the certificate of neither the Jud,

in conformity lo the construction placed upon the act of Congress have the right of appeal qualified by the act of 1841, and placed on many have erroneously}' supposed ; and that the General Assembly, j nor Solicitor avouching its correctness, is required. To remedy this

Hiaking such grant, by the Commissioner of the General Land Of. .; a different footing from appeals in civil cases. It was a sacrifice ofprivilege being freed from misapprehension in this regard, may pass such a j exhausting: and increasing drain upon the Treasury, I would sug.

: .- -lice, at or near tbe centre of this State." to good order, worthy of a young community, whose elevated law a will effect a speedy annullment of their charters in the usual gest the policy providing by law for the payment ot*these expenses,

'. In reply, 1 have to state that eight sections of good land, in one aspirations viewed crime and vice with disgust and detestation.The and legitimate mode. in all except capital cases, by the Counties respectively in which

> body, cannot be located within one hundred miles of the centre of reasons, however, which induced, and perhaps justified the pas. With the experience of the past still fresh in our minds, it is presumed I they may accrue. By doing so, a sure guaranty will b obtained

: the State assuming such centre to be East Apalachicola river, and sage of the act of 1841, have ceased to exist. Florida has become no one will doubt but thai franchises 1 unusual and exlen- '..r thai a proper economy will be practised in defraying thereby

f;. ': West of Range 15 East. But thai there are many places between a State, and the citizens, proud of the responsibility they have assu.mcd sive, and s paralizing to the prosperity of the people, should be abrogated j greatly diminishing the burden of taxation.

,jj the lines I h\ve designated, where there would be no difficulty in feel! too deep a solicitude i in,t the rigid enforcement of the_laws, and resumed by the State, without unnecessary delay. The 1 JOSEPH BRANCH.

:'f locating eight sections ofirorthlejt land in one body. topermit mem to oe evaded with impunity ; wntist strong. and con. -

. ,i' Without knowledge of where the true centre of tho Stale 1 lies, I venient jails are scattered at Convenient distances throughout the State. The Sentinel and the Message again. Election of Treasurer and Comptroller.

t!*.. cannot give a more precise answer. It is therefore fortunate that the invalidity of this act has been made THE FLOEJDIAN. The Editor of the Sentinel declines to notice an I I will be seen by the proceedings of the Legislature .

. 1 -* .T I am, very respectfully, known, and an impediment in the way of restoring: this privilege to ,--- article in our last,in reply to strictures in his paperof .that that body, on Thursday last, unceremoniously

*-'t Your obedieat servant, its pristine extent and usefulness thereby removed. "LET US ALOE the 7th instant, on the message of Ihe Governor.He cut off the head of the Treasurer and Comptroller

i: JOHN BEARD, There being now no law allowing appeals and writs of error in says there is no attempt by us to controvert the and placed in their stead Messrs. WM.R.

r* Register Public Lands. criminal cases, it is necessary that the General Assembly should adopt Saturday, December 11, 1847. pitons of his ,and be cannot notice what he HATWARD and Siuox TOWLC. This was not unexpected
.' such a law on this subject as it shall deem advisable. It cannot be that papr "
To the Hon. D. G. M'LEAX pleased to and
; vituperation biUngare. to us, especially after we saw with what
at this enlightened tbe of will be in all : COTTON. In market there is lit*
.; day right appeal granted cases our own very
President of ibe Senate. In regard to controverting the arguments of the Sen. faithfulness the behests of old King Caucus were observed
wherein property is concerned, but denied when life or character Is tie offering for sale, and that brings from 5} to 64
tinel, it full b that we expressly disclaimed in the election of ether officers, and in all tbe
;:: ORDERS OF THE DAY. at stake. Such a distinction would ill accord with the humane spiritof The last mail brings us an advance in New York of fmembere
any intention replying to any portion ofliis movements of the majority in both Houses of
our institutions which breathes throughout our code. Every 1 to } cts owing to the small stock on hand at that th
'. review but that which charged the Governor One member of that however'
? A bill be entitled An Act Legislature. party
: to to amend the several
acts In relation reason which shows the utility of this privilege in the one case port. The at this place are 4706 bales, against -
: receipts with a desire to kill" the Biennial bill. On this the Senator from Madison: -had the independence
\ to Commissioners to
t County with double force in favor of
plies granting it in the other. If error, 3309 tame time last jear.Dagnerrlan .
we considered it only to state the disobey the mandates of the Caucus and voted for
. Was read :second time. pint necessary
. *- ignorance, or prejudice, render it a wise expedient where the right to
; Mr. anderson moved to amend said bill f efec of the proposed amendments of bit Excellency the honest and faithful BTKD. There remain now
r. by adding.the following : property is (10 be determined, so it is equally as necessary a safeguard LfmS
*..*" SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the said Board ef County against the weakness or fallibility of man when the life, liberty and We do not know when we hare seen specimens of to show and to prove the injustice done to the but t..o more ofce f(b filled by the present Assembly

&, Commissioners shall be, and they are hereby required to deliver to reputation of a citizen is involved. Daguerria which have pleased us more than those Governor and the message in the deductions of the -those Register of the Public Lands and

$* the foreman of tbo Grand Jury a copy of said statement, at the first I wonld therefore recommend that the same facility be allowed for taken by Messrs. H. KETCR tt. Co., at Room No. 63, editor of the Sentinel. We think the facts in the Judge of the Suter Circuit-and we await with

f : session oftbe Circuit Court of said county next ensuing the time spe. appeals and writs of error in criminal cases as are granted in civil City Hotel. They are, in oar humble opinion, far case the most conclusive argument which could be no little curiosity to see if the hitherto prof

,. ;" rifted for inakinj ulsaid tatement, and it shall bo the duty of said cases. The act of 1833, which was repealed by the act of 1841, superior to any ever before taken in our city. Whether adduced, and when those answer assuccesafu.ly ti-caucus party in Florida will fill these offices in

.? :I Grand Jury to examine into the correctness of said statement, and placed them on this footing. it is because their apparatus are better, the ar the present instance, what more need b said? If the he[ same manner they have those of Door-keeper

: report thereon to the Judge presiding at said Court. The second section of the act providing for the election of Electors ti.t more skillful, or the sitters better looking, we unwarrantable deductions of our cotemporary hare and SergeantatarmjReport has it that for the

.;,?.; Which motion prevailed, and the amendment adopted. of President and Vice President of the United States requires to know not-but of one thing we are quite certain- been diproye lythp simple adduction of the evidence Judgeship there is now. no opposition to a distinguished

Ordered to be engrossed for a third reading on to-morrow. be amended so as to conform the time therein designated of holding they are the most perfect and truthful likenesses of which the message itself so amply afford, in East Florida.politician-all other candidates-

to .'. _. A bill to be entitled, An Act more particularly to define mortgage the election to that.!. prescribed by the act of_ Congress approved 23d the kind we bare ever sen.Ve hue not heretofore connection with the bill prop to be amended, having been forced from Ihe field! by the party lasb.
: : l nsVas January, 1845. Uy the above section of the State lawthe el ctien been very partial to these sort of representations where is the ground for ) presence of We would ask the majority why they hare so soon

:\. read a second time. is declared ts be held on the thirty-fourth day preceeding the first of one's self, but we must say that the skill of these gumentt 7 I would 0 superfluous to add a ar-I (forgotten tbe Southern gentleman for whom they

t':' On motion of Mr. Sanderjon, the Senate resolved itself into a Wednesday in December," &c., whilst the act of Congress enacts gentlemen has conrrtt our distaste into decided when a point is gained with so little trouble; cst their votes only about twelve months since

I -t Committee of tbe Whole on said bill, Mr. Burritt in the Chi that the electors of President and Vice President shall be appointedin and warm admiration, and we take great pleasure in i is, to say the least of it, ".unmanly"in our neighbor we mean XDAM Gonpo-t, Esq. 1 Is it not treating

'I ,. ; After some time spent therein the Committee rose, and by their each Stale on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in Novem recommending them to the patronage of our citizen. fo persist in a serlin; a thin; which the commonsense the people of the Southern Circuit with a want cf

!:. : Chairman reported the l bill back to the* Senate witk amendments ber." Congress having exercised a power clearly vested in it by the Their stay,we learn will b short, and we would of every one plainly perceives is not so. There respect in passing by men a competent as him they

; and aske leave to be discharged from the further cooperation Constitution of the United States, the time designated by it U the advise an early application. These likenesses hire i is;certainly more merit in acknowledging on error, have selected, who reside within the Circuit and

> I thereof; supreme law of tbe land and binding on tbe several States. As the : a least one advantage, which is a matter of some lit- (to use the mildest phrase) than in adhering pertinaciously sending a Judge from a District which has already

;,_.\, Which report was received. time appointed by the act of the General Assembly, was doubtless I tie consideration-they are less costly than painted and blindly to it. We conceive that the one Judge upon the bench ? Eeide.we have yet

!: On the question concurring in the report of the Committee, the selected without any design to evade the law of Congress or question miniatures, and are assuredly more correct and faith editor of the Sentinel ha done the message gross to learn that the gentleman rumor has arpintt to

:';'- yeas and nays were called for by Messrs. Sanderson and Floyd, and its right to fix the time of holding the election, and with reference lo ul. Exposure does them no injury. which i is not njustice and it is little a he can do.either to chow this station has qualifications of s briiant an order -

.. :fi'; were : the provisions of the act of Congress of 1702, it is deemed sufficient the case in a painting. The assortment of Gold other proof besides that which be has cited in sup. as to render his selection from another Circuit a

; YEAS Mr. President, Messrs. Avery, Austin, Burritt, Costin, merely to call tho aUention of the General Assembly to the discre Locket with which these gentlemen are supplied, POlt of his charges, or mae an unequivocal un- mater of particular importance at this time. Cut,
: Fairbanks, Lorrimer, !McMillan\ Priest, Smith, Tabor, Walker-12. retraction of them. His review of the shall know whether the
t7' pancy.At i i. an elegant one, and affords their visitors a rare opportunity qualified mes- we soon Whig Legislature
r .I, f N..I.YI-o.f Messrs.Brett, Floyd, Moseley\ Sanderson, Tracey, Watts the first session of the first General Assembly certain resolutions of securing miniatures; of almost any size. age, at least portions of it, was discourteous, and of Florida mil overlook the clear rights of the

were apte in relation to certain associations claiming to exercise borer closely on the abusive. His accusation o South in this matter, and appoint them a Judge
So the
*r\ report was in. prh.iega to wit : The Union Bank, Southern Life Insu. Pbrenok>ty. making an'* unmanly stab," at any measure calcuatedjto whose greatest claim is that.he is first and last,and

I 5- Mr. Sandersou moved to lay said bilfupon the table ; ranee and Bank o Pensacola. Believing these to be MR. J. ANTON, Professor of Phrenology* will delve lessen the burthens of the people, when ap- and all the time,"a violent and unrelenting partisan.

't.i Which motion was losU merely resolutions of enquir bring before the next General As- a Lecture on this science, at the Representative plied to one whom all parties, save a very fete, regard

:%: Mr. Floyd offered tim following amendment : 4 terribly information on subject matter, as set forth in the preamble, Hall,in this;city,on Monday evening next. His a a genuine patriot, and a having the good ofthe Deplorable accident to the Gwtnq of Indiana.

; SEC. 3. Be further enacted That all and every person or per- that such action might b then taken a* its importance and delicate I audience bat evening was large respectable, and whole state closely at heat,will meet with a '-The Indian State Sectineljof the 17th alt.,contains
;, IOns whatsoever, now in possession of any personal demanded and all We heard it remarked the following particulars of a terrible accident
property, acquired I, nature altogether initiatory in their character, the At. were highly pleased. that feeble response from his own party; while in the
by deed, gift, purchase, bill of sale, or oilier conveyance what. torney General submitted the result of his investigation to the next a a lecturer on this science he is rarely surpassed, breasts of those who differ with him politically, it which happened to Gor. Whiicomb on tLe 16th :

. l V soever, of a lawful or valuable consideration, do possess, hold* and session. He informed the General Assembly that in his opinion the and hi. delineation of the character ef entire strangers will excite nothing but contempt and indignation.The .We learned late last evening that a shocking *c-
. ;;.t: claim ihe same as of his, her, or their own right, in absolute : cident happened to Governor Whitcrmb, on the
properly change from a Territorial to a State Government did abrogate to him, but well known lo the audience, was Editor of the Florida of the
Wiig speaks down
of Railroad
and the in no yesterday at Edinburgh.
4 person persons so possession, or the person or per. the charters.of these Corporations, that he deemed them to admirable. Admission to the Lecture jree. is the forward, The Governor bad of! the for few
: i '. under whom claim have an b I message a" a plain, straight unpretending !ttpNd cars a moments
: sons severally
or successively logeth- existing bodies bat that each of bad violated its charter intention of Mr. Anton to establish a Class hereafter production while a correspondent of that and was stepping on again while Ifls'
'it ;
: fr er, been quietly possessed of the same, under any of the titles, wayser d to accomplish the object of its creation, and suggested the only We trust he will be well patronized. writing from this.city, remarks of it follows:- car were in motion. His foot slipped, and he fell
: means aforesaid, and without iuterruption by suit or action at law and mode a between the oars and the filatfurm nf the Arattt-the
f1- actually commenced, enjoyed the said property for the of five proper by which these abused franchises could be again *- Major "I is viewed here I an able state paper, and is cars whirling'him round,'and crushing- his thigh as
space seized into the hands of the LrD I
Stte. This be construed to be the ex. conidere by many, as the best of the Govereor'smessages. they went. The Governor was insensible for
jft, that then such or so in possession. aforesaid This gallant Floridian arrived at New Or. Im
years person persons tent of his and young It evidence of intimate
power duty under these resolutions. Some, however, certainly lurni.e an time arter lie was extricated, but finally ?
If7' shall have good right and title to the same in absolute property, whose opinions are entitled to have placed different lean on tbe 23d ult. and left for his home in East acquaintance, on the part of his Excellency. cnnsciousness. The character sad revem

jr;' against:: all and every person and persons whatsoever: Provided, construction on cOMidertion a Florida on Ihe 2Sth. In <*>. Delta of the 20th we with the resources and condition of the Slate. Every the injury we are euc to state; but, (rein nbst
'!t Thai infants and married shall tbem asserting they were instructions on behalf line of it shows that be is actuated by a sincere we are told, it timeif everbefore be:
have tb
of find the some
. women space five years, of the State to Ihe Attorney General) to institute in the proper tribu. following complimentary notice of him: desire to discharge his duty faithful!)." can recover." ,'i b
,r-- after their several disabilities are removed, within which to reduce nals such proceedings as would Major Loring.-This gallant o.fcer, who w"as among .
judgment* offorfeiture to be These men, though differing from his ,
procure the Excellency The Indiana State ofOth nlh, tfirW
'S to possession any property in which ther were severally interested entexed arrivaisbythe Alabama on Tuesday even'g.; ntfel.
_ -t' entitled during infancy coverture.JVfr. or aiD eh oftoese associations, and a seizure into the left Here for bis home in Florida on yesterday. He have no disposition to misrepresent the views and days later, has the ( particulars:
hands.C I
' the franchises granted tbenu But, however returns minus an arm, lost in his country's service; recommendation. of the message; and we have little "Gov. Whitcomb was brcnghl to thi,city
'a Avery moved amend by inserting after the -word "women" desirable annullment of these- charters but with tban Edinburgon Wednesday last. The injuries he
the may be, this more a proportionate abate of the honors doubt that the document will meet with the r.
tha same
f. : iu OiL line, the word and persons non composmentis," tation is unwarranted must be manifest from a interpre. of war, where the of all were 1 con!pic- ceived not appear to be of dangerous a character
cam. fatorable reception in every section of the state be. t inferred from the first received.
Which motion prevailed. Resolutions pru.al I uous. He commanded Rifles from the a we account
and tbe of
On motion, said bill was recommitted to the knowledge tad consequences' of of ,moment when Col. Smmer got wounded at Cerro yond the immediate influence of the caucus clique Still he was very badly bruised, and came within anace
Judiciary Committee. forfeiture, and the conviction which will b on the minds of alt acquainted 'Grordb to the time of I triumphant entry into the "little politicians the Capital. of destruction. He will probably M confined
I The following communication was transmitted to His Excellency with them thatbad1such of the abut for soffle weeks.
been designed, Ian. city Ate. Glory enough for one man. As to the and
the Governor preng. "vituperation le" com
bilng! .The Governor has much since the '
different and We trust will take in bit route, and improved very
unequivocal would
Slr.'f..l.7B CUXHQEO,. Dec. 10 1647. page totally i. charter thus aCord bisfvwnds-an b ou city plained of, we are not aware of a wish to say aught close yesterday ((19th ) I is now ascertained that
opportunity cf exoressin
To His Excellency W. D. MOSELEV ben u. personally offensive to any one; and if there i any no bones were broken nor was there any vital organ
act of nature of their sympathy in his great;mistortunt, well Ilia wounds consist of ( ntu-
irrioD. contract, was a. as I of a series (
th 1 in last to which injur
Governor Florida being i thing our paper exceptions are ta-
t". of : both prudent proper should I testifying their acknowledgments for his gallantbearing lions bruise on t the lower limbs,from which it
:, t. SIR-The following resolution parsed. by the General Assembly : certain the truth of the alleged a usurpations and b mdeo"j andsoldierly conduct in the battle field ina I ken on this score, and which we were. not justified is not now probable that any lasting injury will re..ut. .
of Florida, and signed by the presiding officer of the two Houses isant malfeasnc.by thes in .ayinJ. by the character of the SfnlituFt criticism ..
associations, before the State declared itself absolved from the terms way that shall be both gratifying.fo him and to ;
for your consideration : of the contract, and sought to resume By ihe-judgments-of Courts I them. O.t.whole State shares in the lame of her we will i moi cheerfully make-propu amends, g- The notorious and infamous Madam Retel

' Resolution in relation! to Major Wrm W..Loring aDd LieuU- M. the privileges which it .had granted. And it doubtless with a brave son,and we feel confident that our generous- wen our neighbor shall point out the objectionable whose trial has been recently, concluded in the city
t. c. Jarin. view be' hearted willhaiVhis. word, phrase or sentence. What more can we do? of New York, found of misdemeanor
to satisfied of thecorreetnes* of these Allegations prior lo people return wilh'pric and was guilty a
Uy ciJcr of the Senate. CV W. DOWNING, such declaration that joy. and sentenced by Ihe Court to 13 months imprisonment
: a the resolutions were adopted'and the _ _ Election.
Secretary' Senate, called tar. The the that rp General Taylor. The swept the State over in the Penitentiary tbe full extent 61 the law.
Ain -
I A bill to.be entitled Ao Act to abolish the Ipe prabl i Dmorat. i
l' pay of Adjutant aod Union The crime for which she indicted and triedwU-
of ibis State Bank Bank Ser Lifo Insurance and The Hero of Buena Vista arrived at Now Orleansin whelming triumph. The majority for Governor is was
A, Ltsnedor GetieraJ Trust claiming to exercise g are chargedto \the steamer Monmouth on the 20th ult.accompa upwards of and some of the State officers receive for producing an abortion on a yoipg woman vantA'
Was read a aecbnd time, and ordered to be engrossed for a third' hare prvieges 12. Bodine. This the profession
violated their Banking privileges, therebl hare for- nied by Major BJJ. Great preparations wera ma as majority. The Senate stands Polly was regular 0'

reading on lo-tnorrow foiled their charters ;. amTwhereas, it is charged by that the king Cpr bit reception on the 1st instant The Mon.mouth 25 .,"Whigs,and teloU 76 Democratsto Restell. The derails of the trial were too disgusts

... On. motion thfc Senate took.a recess. until 8 o'clock. acsocialioni'refer toro UI. ioQI"Idlleitcel oter null and brought no news. 2:Whip beioj a majority on joint ballot. iag (o pubUnlo in,a respectable oewrgaper..


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-MY*** of a Ntrtbera Whig In Me- I I [Corrected LUL] points; can get oar humble support,come from Cs PhDg. .FLORIDA LAND SALES. By the Primidcat the United
The bud upon the wall" says the Savannah NAMES AND RESIDENCE OF MEMBERS OF what section he may, who is not unequivocal! 1| .1 on States. .

CttffM*,bas written in letterj DOt to be mistaken GENERAL A EBLY.8nt S o t-iis, with u*, vital question ; nor can of PHRENOLOGY, In the HOUSE IIIi I

,ke tter ruin of tbe present Whig party of the cvnVI. b.we feel confident, secure the support or RcnmurrATtrxs. o Monday night,December ',t.
o 13th, t*eoomeare at 7 o'clock. HM citizens ceo ,
When we say the Whig"r/y. we *!** not D.unE G. McLuw Walton County. Preeiileiil, any portion o the Southern democracy.We .- erallr arc respectfully invited to attend. Those 4 L

; rf the hundreds snd the thousands who belong to it Georgia House. have nothing to fear, however if we will wishing Ftinaologica! examinations will be waited
t ia name,but who in spirit and troth.cling firmlytpddoselytotbeircountry. O.Neil M.McMillan Avery, Escambia,Santa ftosacoutityaeorgialfouse.County City Hotel only b prudent and patriotic. At anotberUme on lev's at Hotel.their rde.if desired, or at.No.. J4,Plan -

Wespeak-oftbesch we to Ibis subject.-WiL JV Ii
WMbincton Tar. Washington and Calhoun coui may.recur Drcembethl5lS47. 21 ItJfatice. '' be offered foe sale, at Abet ion,on the 7th

mH selfish ambitious politicians the unscrupulous tit Ios. C. J."n. -. day of March. 1S4S, at the ,County Site "I

l) ,-the men who aittto build up themselves on John Dtt county Georgia HoM. Benton County East Florida, several tracts of Land,

prostrate pillars of the nation' honor. Their noyd Franklin county. Planter's Moel THE HEROKS HOME 'weeks- ane date I apply to the Hon in Township, Range 18, Iud Township 34. .t
the Joseph ,GaJae county Planter's The St. Charles Hotel yesterday presenter SIX of .hal Range 21. '
their Probate in the
committed to County of Jefferson f
far return t
fAte i* sealed. J. H. T. county Georgia House. an unusual scene of attraction and interest ,for I of Administration fo the estate 01 On the Hlh day of March, the Court llottss o( T1 pursuance o' law. I, JAME i.POLE, Pmi-
will be banded down to the scorn ten on a I dent of the United .
.human names" H. H. 'VsjkcrVakufla county. Planter's Marion County,sundry tracts &alt do herebr
posterity. They will be indignantly spurned by John M. Smith, Jefferson county City Hoel. Forty or fifty officers of the army were continually George Ellis,lae 01 said County ded Township 13. Range il declare and make known, that pvblic! land sales mil) )i.na I 1 1be
f : 2.
truth-losing portion of their own po- '\ P. Motley, Madison county Planter's Hotel. passing and repassing through tbe ro Jeflerson County CH.\RLE; L PO\VELL. I 13, !h held at the undermentioned Land Offices in tin; 1
the patriotic home Joseph D Watts. Hamilton county, Planter' loel tundo and up and down the marble steps. In tHr 1. 1s7 ,. 14. it; STATE OF FLORIDA, at the "period b rtinaft r
Let the at
litic.1IUrporterf. reflecting Whig John P. Sanderson, Columbia county City of the hotel there of pack J'. H, .. ._ ieoton to wit t I .t
traa the following extracts from the letter of the Gabriel Priest, AlaclAia and ,Marion Hofl., frt \r hundrd Sale ppd till Itt Monday in January. 2 Lad Office at ST. AUGt1NF.corn 2 :

Colonel 1-'. M. Wynkoop, of Pennsylvania. PI ages different descriptions- baggage of SHERIFF SALE At Madison-.- Cor cHouse.-- -' on-- Thcndav.-- ----. Ihl 23] mencingon Monday! the seventh day _of Februart .4 : .
Hoel C&ion
pliant the Here would see a gaily I March : next, for the disposal the within the :
who writes from the Castle of Pcrote in Mexico: Smufl Durtt Dora county City Hotel. ofcen virtne of a wit of fieri faCiasjPUed from RanTheSElof o pblrIDt l
Planter's! Hotel. blanket that strapped B the Office of the Tonship. utermetionf rownihips!
Tr. county clord Melicn w Clerk's Circuit (or Ihe tU\nhl al f I
effect Cour .
then, of the oar good men
, "Judge upon Fairbanks, St. John's, St. Lucie and upon an old trunk, that from its looks had evi. County of Jackson Western Florida, ,. S 1 11 f J
distance ,
back the which
look South tcne
,when tLey over SW4of I. 7. of tint rri East jiiineipc1merilaa ,
trparates here them Irom tLeir friends, in an effort to find Orange, D. Taylor's.RkhaiJ dently been through the wars. Then, again, wherein Daniel Cook i!plaintiflTand Reuben Scott if u NW4of2.5 2-. I, '7. : *. rll '

it home .ome proper application of their .self-sacri D. Bradley, Benton and Hilltborough, notar""ll a bundle of arms, escopetas, lances, .wor" deendant, I the have levied upon door and-will, .in ur fo of NEof 26; J. ', Fractional township! twenty of range thirty-one. p t t

conduct! It is bitter and humiliating. I tell all of them bfore Courl-Ho Eior h I. 6.u Townships fifty-six, ( sections six. '
ficing Dale and Monroe, Planter's Hotel. pistols- trophies frm Monday, the tth day of December, 1M7, except seven; ;
sir there is a abroad among the OOOD an W i of G. 1, D. eighteen, nineteen, thirty and
TMI, spirit These 'were all tbe of the ; described property, to wit thirty one.) and lfll 4
:Americans engaged i in this wars which will not steep Kepreietttah: enemy. property following : negro At Jefferson Court UO ,vn the seven; and sections one, two, three, four, fi'e. f'
Jos. B L. Dora Co., Ga. the in slaves Dick Fields,and Spencer. Mon :t1
during futurity-a spirit which awaits but their re- *CABT Speaker. Ioult.. our officers who bad fought during war Jef. March : seven, eight nine. ten. eleven, fifteen; revcntMineight
turn to thunder down upon the mouthing scribbling Joseph Quiggles, EaaDbi. county, City hotel.John Mexico. They brought them home for the upon .the property of said defendant,and s. T n. en, nineteen, twenty,twenty-ne.arfl twenty :
Santa Rosa House. be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri .
Georgia to
rjcophim's of t moet unjust party the full measureof John Chain Morri'on. Walton. county.Georgia House. showing them to their families and r tirt c fcia.n _'n* TheE i of N W 1 of 1:. 1 S. 6 E. two in township fifty-eunt range tjiirty-rtght r : t
an honest indignation. It is the same that brooded pure that be 'lir- : ElofSWlo 13. J. 5. Tnwnshisfifty.fivefifl.vitexcept section one,} a
in order should ,
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; WCk.: Washington. Georgia House. they preserved S. i
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over our land during the war of the Revolution roy.5.1cl. W i of N E 1 of 14. 1. 5. and fin"- Y'n.(except sections tWt'nll,6..eo.twenl!. Isie
U. J. J. Mitchell, Jackson, Planter's Hotel. the mementoes of those who so worthily (: the
: of
postpnedntil Wi SElof
and tnf"nof the 1. 5. .
IB<1 the last war; present day pal. a 1. twenty-sevetltn enty.eighit.Iwenll-nire.thirlthirtyont' \ ,. :
tied with ace hate lived to curse with tears of re- Win. Hal!, Georgia HOOK maintained the nation's honor in a foreignwar. frt Monday Janual.1S. I S4e1' :n.! I, 5. ,t hirtY'lwo.lhirt-1 hree.thirty-.....thy' l.

toniance the hour when she, with scornful finger, John Tanner Georgia. Hotel.A. House.. Horses and Mules for Sale. NElof G. 2. 5. y-fivetand thirty-six) of range thirty-nine; t!
parked them Tor life as the TORIES of their country Peter Hobart, Franklin, Pbter' In the Saloon we saw the gallant Gen. U E&ofNW4o( G. 2. 5. Sections one. two, three, four, five, six, twelve, -a .
: ne, HERE can See rio difference between the men K. Allison Gasen. THE undersigned has just arrived from TERMS: One-fourth cash, the balance in three thirteen, twentj-four, and twtnty-fite, in fownsbip} t I
: Vho in '70 succored the British and those who in James L. Shields. He is stouter than when we first saw ly with a full stock of fine equal annual-instalments, with interest in advance. fifly-fit., and fractional township fifty-.iT, (except ,

;47 pvc arguments and sympathy to the Mexicans Miles M. Johnston, Georga House.MA him, some two )'ear since, at Gen. Taylor's _ HORSES MULES, which are for sale Dr, if any purchasers should prefer to pay all cash !sections two, three four, five, and six,) on '.1:1!, .
vj- This kind of language frum a man tphoffj Daniel l Bradwell.u at Camargo. He then, in his undress at the stables of Messrs Milter 3 Brokaw in this five per cent. will be deducted from the credit in.tal. cayne Bay" of range forty. t' .
jt- tome into this campaign Whig ia policy .43 E. Maxwell Leonat. his residence Tallahassee. camp military uniform looked like an elegant city. The public are invited to cal and examine rnents" Fractinnallo'nllbipfil1y-fivr.on u Discajne Cav,** It; ; ,
ond strong'lot/oubut lhare againffj T H. H irner, Leon,at hitllitf'mr in Tallahassee.Wm. gen. them. MUNDAY. of range forty-one. .
TCJ- may Lists of the tracts can.be bad by apply. "
I* and fain been compelled to listen to and -Cfl M_ Maxwell. Leon. City Hotel. .leman. He had not a wrinkle on his brow, Tallahassee, December hI, IS17. 21 I ing to ot particular Masters in teuton or Marion At the Land Office at NEWNANSVILLE. corn 1.'.::

5 ;L giiffr that tehieh trould hare changed the $ Charles Bannerman. Leon, Planter's, Hotel. and his countenance ever wore a smile. His County any, or they tht.Pot will be furnished. j applied for, by mencing on Monday, the twenty-fir day of F rbrui .'

Sj- du/n>itioH and alnnated the ajftctions f J & John I. Crawford, Wakulla, Planter's Hotel beard was closely shaven, and his eyes were Leon Circuit letter addressed to .THE STATE REGISTER ary next for the disposal of the public lands within ,.

.. jj- the meat determined partita*. Eten note, i Elias t Blackburn, Jefferson, Planter's 101 .1 lighted i up with the brilliant fire of hope. And CH Cou.IN AT pod.pai AL.oHAEE. FLORIDA." he undermentioned townships and parts of town* t'
I do not object to the leading and main -COjj I Joshua Taylor Georgia !hip*, viz : '
JOHN HEARD Register of
i:1': principle of tny old party to mueh at 1 55J I Thomas Rons, ,. ret t how a short time ofservice alters a man Creditor Sill fur settlement of Eitate. t'altie, Lands of the State Florida. South of the tune line and East of the principalmeridian. t' ;

curie and deprecate the lone of ii, ae- -CO .mue T. Henderson, Mai.on. Planter's Hotel Yesterday he looked like the hero of many James E. Brome and others, for themselves and 'lbhasle. Nov. 13,1547. I o h

TUkntneledged leaden and siippoiters.- If George E. Overstrctt, c. wars. His brow was seamed with the lines other creditors of A. M. Gatlin, Complainant, fjO- The following papers will please publish the Townships twenfy-one and twenty-ttro, of rangt $ -1

i tbere is any reason which will prevent Gen. SCOTT Milton J. Bryan, Hamilton, Planter Hotel fatigue and suffering, and his lip was v*. above three months, and send their accounts to the nineteen. ,!
Jrom effecting an honorable peace, commanding as James L. King Columbia I upper TnrbuttR, Bet ton,Sarah A. Bet ton,his Wife,Executrix Register viz: The Florida Herald. St. Augus- Townships twenty-one (except sections one; 4
the whole city of the Aztecs with his H. City garnished with a thick moustache. His com M. Gatlin and Sate t"ehe. thirteen ( ; .
)hi i does, powerful George Hotel of A. otben Defendant : News at Jacksonville: Arsrus. Ocala: Savannah fourteen twenty-three twenty .'
battery it is the spirit: of treason which I un. John\\.atIon. Levy, Planter's plexion was bronzed, his arm, from a late By an order made by hu Honor -Republican and Georgian ; Charle rorf Mercury (our. and twt.'nt'-flYe,) and twenty-two of range ::

Wititing'v' say is promulgated b\ the leading Whig Louis[ Alrich. Alachua, City Hotel. wound, hung in a slihg| but his eye was still WHEREAS Judge, on (the lt December and Courier;I he Standard and the Register,Raleigh; twenty. .

!jMrnals at home. In a sortie upon some lad rones of Arbiba1J Clns, Duval, Georgia House. brilliant with martial fire. 'rhere were hundreds 1S4T.in the above entitled cause,the undersigned he Columbus,Times, Georgia. .Townships twenty-two and twenty-tbree. of rang! D :'
J lapa, a short time since, I possessed myself of all I Joseph Hijrginbotham, Nassau,Planter's Hotel. was other things, to take wenly-one. ;
who flocked around him and
tbe late nf'w1ipal't'u published in that place,and up. Wm. A. Forar. St. John's, Mr. G. V.'. Hutchins'. sought to an-account appntt due among to Complainants for their fy' The papers which have been reqneMed to Town4hipstwcnty.troindtwcnty.threeortjje j.

,,.earniningthem; I find that in that place.same alI John Scot Maion, City Hotel grasp his hand, and all were received by him claims, and to all other creditor of said A. M. Gat- publish the florida Land Sates," will please add wenty-tno. I'll S'
Mexico,the trongest arguments published against [*aac G arras on, Benton, ', Ioel with the most cordial warmth and friendship. lint with interest thereon ; and it was further hesale in Madison and Jeffereon Counties.a1 a'Jove. At the Lml Cfflire at TALLAHASSXEcommen-- Ii j ..'
are selections from Whig paper* in the United Wm. ordert 'in Charleston and Savannah, inz on Monday the seventh day of February next; .
Mir army i IalokHilborub. Those around looked upon tbe gallant hero I That the said Matter do cause ad'ertis'' And the daily papels
Sates. I send you a late copy of the" Boletin4tN'oticias John Pant r'. Hotel.! with of and admiration and ment to in the Floridian,' a newspaper yiz: the Mercury and Courier, and the Republican for the disposal of the public lands within the on- ft t:
," in which you will perceive that the John D. Sheldon, Orange ', lotel feelings respect b publ.he in Tallahassee, and in such and please publish, once(week only ermcntioned township and parts of township*.viz; '.
first article is an extract from the National Intellirencer. Miles O. Burnham, St. Lucie there was not one in that broad Saloon who > publishe public he shall think proper for let Gerian.montbt..i South of the base line and tl'ctl tf He principal .. '

Your friend, }'Ietcler. Dade, not ari"e. went out, without saying in his heart, that the creditors newsapf a Alfred M. Gatlin to come Novembr 27.1'1: ncnlian. tt .
Fractional township two, northeast of rctbc
I before thoi'hile "
Seat County is true soldier him and their before the
frol conte.t man a in before prove on or
dbt. "
i Ton publish this if 3 ou please. I have become - rant, of range one. : .
nay of that county. of xt and ol' the creditors Groceries &c.
so disgusted with what I hate sren.thr-t I have In one of the private parlors, Maj. Gen. first day May nf ; Fractional township one, northeast of Fotbcf .
I I Quitman held a levee lie was surrounded who shall hot com'e in and prove their debts by the time I UST received schooner Elicia, from New Or- grant of two. .
HCtre for the consequences which this kind of National Convention-our true policy.It aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree per range
truth produce." by officers, of whom paid him the I)I lean, the following articles of eatables : Fractional sVcfions three, fonr. nin, ten, four- ; :
may I many such the bill
is now apparent, wc presume, to ctel'scnsihle al ; an that pnont. not parties to hhds. clear sides Bacon, teen and fifteen, in a former Indian reserve,and *<-r-
lathe State of Missouri, another gallant Whig utmost attention. The gallant who in said Master to 1 'J ;
I respect come prove
that the ions
man in the country, coming Brown Sugar twenty-seven, twenty-eight, thirty-two, .
hs,for the same reasons, repudiated and abandoned Presidential[ election will bo one deeper interest i and heroic Quitman-the first American Gov. heir debts do, before they are admitted creditors, .50 bbls. Hour thirly-tltf"t. in township one; township two, west H'

la party. Capt. Reid, of Saline county a young ernor of the proud city of Mexico-seemed to contribute to the complainants their proportion of 3 Lard, .-.f Forbes crant, and township three west of tLt
and in all human this suit settled the said
probability fraught the of to by
BIO of great popularity and promise who Lad been be perfectly at home." With a form that epen' it also b that 20 boxes Cheese, Apalachicola river of ransre eight. ; .
with more than laster. And was an accountbe t.
important consequences anywhich orde-re. firkins Butter, Fractional townships three,(except the southwest .
the Legislature, left home a a Whig and seemed to have wrought in an iron mould, taken of all securities held by the : If
dt.o ) has preceded it for many )years. In : tons Iron, 'jition: of section fltitt'-one.} ) and fractional town-: .
iiitincuished himself in the Chihuahua expedition saying so, we would be distinctly hair slightly tinged with grey, a moustache creditors respectively and a report" be made of the All of which will b sold low for cash pnlv. !liij}> four west of Chippola Lale" (except fracional :
his return he seized the first occasion to sever undrto like that of some old Roman soldier and eyes same, and of the value of each. And it was also November 27,15.1 3t S. F. BURNEY. sectional sections six, seven add thirty-one G .
O to mean what \ sy.e do pen ordered that .all parties may be examined upon interrogatories of nine.Fracti'3nal .
i simself from the unpatriotic associations of the Whig that sparkled with animation and determina. and all books and in ranee
article in any electioneering ,view but we do produce papers Family Groceries. sect'ons., trrtnty-two, twenty-three 'tItwenty. C
traders and tQ denounce their .aid and commit".vtches ion, he seemed the very impersoniScation ofa their custody or relating thereto, oath
calm upon main .
mood. From
in four the
so a reflecting everything pw.r. have received t'ylate arrivals Irom New York on land in tOW.1ilip t"o..r
in the strongest The St. Louis warrior. Congratulation and before the said as the said Master shall di. WE 4..
i lngage. which we now can tee, ire think that compliment and New Orleans, a choice selection of Gro- range twenty-six. .

Union. refer to many \ stood high there is no doubt but that the foreign policy met him on every side and he ect.''Novr, therefore all claiming to becreditrs ceries suilaUle for Family and Plantation Uec: : Fractional set lions thirty-one thirty-two..bir.! '
of those who with the persons I Prunes St. three and thirty-six on the main land, in township ::
m confidence of their party, who for similar applause were present Cheese, Raisins, ,
of the country will enter largely into the con. of said A. M.Gatlin are hereby, in pursuance of : C.x511. Mackrtl. French one.and fractional sections eight nine, twelve,set- .
motives, have cut loose from their party, and will! test.e see nothing that indicates the ter.mination air of one who combined the character of the sid order ntife to produce their claim, and the Luis Fulr., Side ShouldtrBcon, Raspberry Cur. nteen,twenty-four twenty-file twt.'ntl-sis.lwf'r.I J :

battle in future for Democratic measures and men. of the present war anterior to the chieftain with that of a polished gentleman.Amidst ouchers support thereof, and all collateral anderurities rent Jellies Preserved Mushroml Ginger, Lobster and Salmon, even and twenty-nine on the main land in towu.hif' .a .
in late of the galiaxy that adorns the history of therefor before me, at my office in Tallaiasoee I wo,ot ranrc twenty-seven. ,"
following passage a speech Captain Presidential election next faIVe, for one, within the time limited in said order, and Paper Shelled Almonds, Currents superior Teas .
!Lrdgoestoswellthe conclusive testimony of Don- Mississippi, no name shines brighter than that Sardines. For sale low by township threeon the main land, (ex'
do not believe that it brought to a otherwise comply with the ptovisions of the same, t LINDENBERGER. ('ep! sections one,threesixsevensixteen and twer-*.

iphin,Curtis and Wynkoop : close by that time. It is in this view, then, of Quitman. that they may be admitted parties the said suit. BICHE. IDA tv.e en.) of ram e thirty-one. !I
"The Mexican nation ignorant of the spirit and that we say that tbe coming campaign will be Our attention was next arrested by seeing Dated this third day of tiecemberA. D. 1 lS-i7. o.em1er 21.181 South of the bate line and East of the principalmeridian.

determination,union and energy of the American of immense to the of a man towering height and gigantic frame, SIMON TOWLE Special Master. Female Boarding School ''I .
people; not aware bow contemptible in number is importance people with a chest like that of Hercules and an eyelike Decemher4lSl'l. 2 I Suwannee Fractional townships eight and nine, west of fkVuwaenee
this Union. Why? Because fear that commence at Upper Springs
is their interest we .
the faction that in us WILL river,of fourteen.A1
among ; argu- range '
their strength from the boldness with which into that contest will be dragged an in- that of Mars ; he was indeed, to use the Notice. county Florida,on the first Mondayin /7* of the bate line and East of the"lIdl""! .

;. they m sak. instead of attributing the impurity with separable concomitant of the foreign a policy of language of Hamlet made to threaten and ALL persons having claims against the estate of who January have been next raised, under and the charge at of the two Ldie meridian. t. '

they utter their treason to the contempt ofihe our Government, a sectional question, which, command" a smile upon his lips anda A. Hayward late of Talahae deceased edocatt: 1orth. Sections twelve, thirteen fourteentwenty. .twrnt '.
good citizen. for their insignitcance-had theneetb of in his blue he requested to : jonelHenlytwotwentylhreetwenfyfourtwenffive
light present tbt.
of the modern Iscariot (Corwin) publilhe at in times gone past, came well nigh shattering lhe observed pleasure of all observers.eycs He ated, within the time prescribed by lw. or they Primaiy Class, Reading, Spelling. Writing &iper 0-J- twenty-six twenty-seven n, twenty-eight .
the head of their armies, read from pulpits the glorious fabric of our Union. We think Ito will be bared:-those indebted lo are quarter, $1 wenty.nine thirty thirty-two, thirty-three' lhirt> .
ud: circulated throughout their country to keep it is now pretty clear to every man who can was gallant Col. Harney.-one of the most earnestly requested to make prompt payment. They Higher English branches. per quarter trJ four, thirty-five and thirty-six. In 1 loTvnsLip olte. <./ .\ .

tlive the flagging spirits of their people and soldiery see an inch beyond his nose, that the policy accomplished and heroic soldiers in the army : are reminded that these mims Ink Poonab.
tstil the proper time should come, according to his with -to whom has been so generally assigned the : uall. in the aggregate constitute. the widow and or* and per fuuler. : or.c, and secfions twenty-five, tw'entj- fJ ,
pmis. for their triumph by the previous triumph to b pursued regard to nuch Vrritory awe chief glory of the victory of Cerro phan's portion. Embroidery on Muslin Lace Silk. and 1 0') i ix,t\\"flntY-At'Vl"n. twenty-eight,thirt-tbree,thirty-
IOD over our councils and of infamy over our may acquire from Mexico, will form at great WM. WILSON, Administrator. making Wax Flowers, per quarter our,I thirty-five trod thirty-six,and lonnahiptvko.'if '
Gordo.-Delta, Abr. 25. Latin and French each, extra, 2 "O : .
LIDS. least a prominent if not a turning in the Dccember4l647. 2 2m i ranimesix. .
"The first time, gentlemen, I had the pleasure of next election. Those pn Music,with 'of the Piano 10 OM \orth of the lose line and Ties of theprindpu .
general as- desired.
small will be if A
A few taught
fading this document, was in the columns Mrt. the Notice. meridian. '
precious acknowledges receipt ,
the [)ire to the Presidency, will, we feel certain, Paring/o scholastic )car to consist of len months. No deductions If
cfaNexicannewspaper.-lhoseclause. luost to Fractinnaltownabiponenorthnf"Forbes'Grabt, 3.
ol'a stupendous improved -ughnut from Mr. persons and leatee.entitled to made for absence, in of sick
creitor except Case
be compelled to and ALL
flwto of the editor printed in flaming capitals distinctly unequivocally of au.
decar in the range .
ecksnufT and she knows whichto or otheri.e es- and *and fuel, I
whers,2 vaeme.welearned (with what feeling can imagine qes admire most, the dough.nut or the dough at 25 per quarter. of ranze seven.
you tion ; and well] indeed, and glorious will are hereby Dolife to exhibit their caim. be paid to the conduct and morals of the pupils. :N '
; bettet than I can de.crib that those of us who b nor .' within from this date Sections one, two, eleven, twelve, thirteen ftfir '
lad gone out at the Government soldier !- for that Pry which can unite uoon a demand years Persons wishing to make arrangements for entering teen fitl-en. twenty-two twenty-threeIwenty-f 1t. .
will be barred and all ,
a the
same ; per.
j in its service, had been denounced at home by whose views on this question are based upon The Marshal of the Rtfsulart nobility, Von sons indebted to said estate, are requested to make children at Ibis School Muter, will White please address their twenty-five! ,twenty-six,h'enIJtt"Cn8nd the soul h:
u American officer, from the high lace (which his the rights-the constitutional rights-'of the Vitebsk Von a nobleman well immediate letters to the Post at Spring.IIJ east traction of reef ion fwenty-eiglJ Jn the form* '
presence has desecrated forever) in the Senate States which this The CechaDowick paymn. M. SAUNDER, November2OlS17.. la Indian Reserve the east fraction of.st ion thirty JO.\
Chamber of the United States, as no better than pirjtical compose confederacy. known by his trvel. in Europe and LEWI Eztulor.2tn three io the same and sections thirty-four UiiiM; .
marauders, the news of 'bo defeat and dcttuctioo arty which can harmoniously pitch their the East, was lately shot by a gamekeeper 4.181 2 Bagging and Rope. five and thirty-six township one; sections twelve" .!

i would at any time b received with rap choice upon such a candidate, ,'i. we think, who mistook him for a wild beast, on accountof Notice. 75 PIECES best Kentucky Ba-glng, thirteen. twenty-three, twenty-four twenty-fiie.- .
ture." its antagonist pursuing an antipodal course, 10U Coils Rope. For sale bv twenty-six th rt\-fite and thirty-six.' in4ownshir<
his bead covering. The dying man fully In'
weeks afto date apply to Hon. '
[ Ilhal LINDENBERGER. two and sections one, two nine, teneleven art
do much its
to ensure triumphant .ucel. Ina exculpated the innocent author of his death. of Probate in the county ol t Jefersou BRCHE twelve, in township three of eight.
&ngular.-In the proceedings of a Tajlor meeting 10 range .
wor we think it is now clear that the doc f for leave to sell the real estate \iUaC No"embr 1.15-7. Section thim-five and thirty-six in tounslij"
in Philadelphia we observe that much sensation the Wilmot Proviso will the Ii. Mathers, late of said county, ; of twelve. i I
L great "It is not, says Daniel Webster the paf NEW GOODS. six range S
'u excited through the exhibition of the 'I real consisting of two lots of lying and
by one issue of the next election And we mistake waters that the estate Fractional l township three, west of Croctav- ;
are generally
noisies deepest ; Monticello, Florida,and 400 of land
rrcninent actors, of the commission of being in acres hatchv river"of sixteen. t
original not, it will require all the it been found that that the milE subscribers would the attention of the range .I'i
Lieutenant I patriotism nor ha always spirit lying and being in said county of Jsflerson. cl Sections Iwen'J-Ioor. twenty-five twenty-sil
from President Madison to General judgment, and prudence of our citizens so to which is most inclined to vapor when danger SOLOMON E. MATHER JL puMic to the choice extensive assortment thirty-fit and thirty-six in Kmiiibip three,of iai>r" 54

ior. Like tie fly in the amber, we are TaY.1 treat: this ominous question, that it will not and disaster are at a distance, is the firmest in Executor of Wm. 11. Mathers.dt'd. of GOODS, now receiving per Brg. Wakulla and seventeen.
been with ,
Their stock has & care '
know how the d-l it there. Jefferson December .1, 1b17. 20 5t Emetine.
got Perhaps lle bring our results at the County Township three of range thirty. '
upon country mere breasting them on their near approach. from the fashionable establishment in New
plicl might enlighten us. We bad supposedthat thought[ which patrlottrcmtles. We mot been at reduced Lands appropriated by latv for the use of senoo': *
and,having purchased
every Mr. WEBSTER himself affords a striking instance Provisions. York; pric. militay or other be excluded frot I
Old Zac would have kept sacredly near his pern believe with the democratic party rests' the of the truth of this axiom, in his memorable they are enabled furnish their cu.tocer a prices tbe sales. purposes-will I:

all his bright munimf"nt of title to the affectionf putting down the fell spirit of abolitionism, Next Fourth of July' speech on the r* V leans schooner, we Orconjust' just reeied.arrived for(rtf New only Or'U proportionately low. Their The offering of the land's will be commenced'.' .i

Lis countr 'men.-Richmond Enquirer. which of late has been casting its baneful influence Maine Boundary Question which heafter 40 bareL:superior Flour &EAW ffAD L0TiHI3W] the days appointed, and proceed in the same order it* 1&

broadcast certain of 40 is of the best of materials and manufactured which they are advertised; with all convenient di i*.
over portions oar wards beio'
l-Te Democrats having elected a member explained a meaning No Fourth of relife Whilley. under the of all patch, until the whole shall have been offered, act* .
7 directly eye
country. Yes the democratic party can, and July) in particular. cak.iJl Stiman. safes thus clcsed. But *" I !
'hal be
&l L County, have now majority on joint ballot C fear of shop-uxrrk is thereby precluded personspurchasing : CO sae kcj -
xrsr put down this baleful spirit How 1 longer than two ttcels.'and .. .
no private
-thus securing two U. Senators. 25 kegs Lard, may rely upon getting an article well open entry
S .nd this brings us to the sunjecf which we An to the lit of 25 boxes Cheese, made Among the articles comprising their any of the lands will De admitted until after tSe'ex : :

of chiefly in view when WA commenced this &raragan Ciy.-U p Dried Apples Currants, Raisins. FALL HXVTJS.R STOCK piration of th?two week! to; :
Tl t Respect t the late Dr. Tradewell. period eight months only, the LINDENBERGER. ..ND Given under ray handat the City of Washingfch .

At meeting of the Physicians of for article. We must hold I National Convention expenses of New York city has been .ful- December BICHE. & maybe found the following: this Iwent -third day of October, Anno Domini oytl
the Tal.hus where all sections will be ( and 2 Blk French Cloth. Frock and DrcstfCoafs: Black, thousand eight hundred and forty-seven. t .
purpose of offering a tribute of to tbe :
respect : Invis. Castor ; SacksSaiaGotba
Brown and Gren Ban the President. '
"woory of the late Dr. WILLIAM TaAnxwaz.a.,the fairly represented. To that Convention we Alms Hous. 8297,000 Spices, Picks, &cr. Mid Tweeds, and fancy Cassimer, do- By JAMES K.. POLK 1i'r ;

following resolutions, offered by Dr. G. W. CALL, must send our very best men-our men of and Gas 171,424 pickle GerkinsMangoes, On- Pellets and Blanket Overcoats, Ac., Heafy Pilot RICHARD M. YOUNG Jl. '

i were adopted : prudence and patriotism. Tbe democratic Lamp 479,000 U iol DEWOD'Pickle.pickled Lobster, Wai. and BaTe Cloth Overcoats, and' Cloaks of fine Blk Commissioner of the General Land Office.

party MUST hold a Convention. The place, Polce nut and Tomato Capers, Olive Oil,Mus- aria ,,Pantaloon of Barl French Ca..- i.
blrf. 1st. That we entertain the highest re"pttt so that it is a convenient, central one, is not Cleansing sr.t. 135,000 lard.Pepper and P efhu.pp Sue,Cider Vinegar, fresh aimer.Blk Ribbf do.p(fancy ck A. Striped NOTICE TO PRE-EMITIOX CLAIMANTS.
the of friend. We Fire :34,000 Sat anet I and Jearwo.&CVESTS(
lo .
memory our departed Department Gooseberries and fresh Salmon ; TIee. j
material. Not with the time. We think blnn. Every person entitled to the right of preeroptioifoart
for him 1 Salar e. a a 200,000 Halibut in canister Powder and of ; Satins,Striee and Plaid Silks
tr .a nilflt Physician who bas fall"IB Shad and Crr" b1 and hndj within the limits of the are
this is very tterial. We Cor'ODe say that if Casnmefes ad Plaid Silk townships 1
Cherries CUT-
the meridian his usefulness ; and the social Jajenre, Brandy Ginger part* of townships above enunerafed, is rtG V'red |,' .
t cle will long feel.the loss of an agreeable should not meet earlier than the 4th of July. $ ,:il6,424 ant Jelly, Macarroni,VermiciHi.Russia and Amer. Jzurkl. &kc. extensile est..hli5hthe.arne i to the satisfaction, ofthe t ReclufanJK"ecei.er ,
ortmenl of
com an ,
pan.L Tb*; for various reasons. In place lean Isinglass, Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prunes Cloths of the Land maU
1 and accomplished the.fr ft scarcely 1 be believed, but it is never. Ca andVestings unmanufactured, consisting proper Office an '
gentleman. wi Citrons. ime-r
I ,
the unfortunate division in the jiavment therers/ soon as JJracticaJtlfltr t'/ '
That cherish heless true, the of New York I .in part of: French Black and Wool Dye ;
the liveliest tha expenses Mare, Allspice Cinnamon Superior
we recollection Nutmegs
and '
2 Ginler. hii >*,and Before the lor the .
n-fi day appointed coomenceinent -
democratic ranks in tbe State will, .Cloths, do. English do. (10. do., English Blue and
&c warmest admiration for his eminent and devoted Empire city are infinitely greater than the whole of Cloves Vanilla Sae. Summer Savory and of the public sale of the ?anJ, Vmbra'
we ere that time healed ; and in the sweet Marjoram, Orange Flower Row Peach wa- Invisible Green Wool Dye do., Black Reiver and .
of State
Wriotutn, which him to tr.t b be expenses the government of I cine the tract claimed; otherwise such claim wil
induces lo o thejoy. of Peach Castor do., French Cassimcrf?, do. Ribbed do.do.Fane' .
lecond plac we for would like to tee a ten ntrac of Rose, Lemon V.nia." Back forfeited. a.
Ilotie,to leave bit and ( oe 'ennsylvania. Pald! An. of fhe latest and
interesting family For LEWIS it. .
a.u short and Vigorous When this by o anl RICHARD M. YOUNG// ..:
lid stihe call his cowittjt t. undertake the per campaign. I December 4. 1647. 20' I tnt fashionable styles; yESTINGS'of: Black and Commissioner ff the General Land Cffict.
***Vnee of o most service in the sick CDventiot does meet, we say .a Southern OrnrTtTAKY.Mr. : Fancy Plaid .Satins,do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen November C 1347. 1C 13w ,
lb dangerous a maw, too, sensitive upon a WILLIAM one of the dtbsf Perfumes, Velet". Cashmeres and Valencia, Vmtings of Rich ; I IJ
an THO.PO' worthy Fie
season of the year,in the climate of Vera Cruz, .
1 tStlutg with disease and certain question as any of our fei hbr that citizens of this County, die at.his residence on From the Manufactory o Inbin, Pans Velvet'Plush.ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF $100 Reward! 1.1
death we would delire'the nomination of but. Mr. T. native of ,
a Sunday night was a North
34. That the distinguished success atten- Helitrope, Jockey Rose Ge. ere'Bro. and CottonLinei or slo m from the subscribe'1' :
wbict man for the }) that resident of Florida HEDYOSMIA. Hats and Caps(Mont Bech'd. JUNAWAY
but bad been for
residenc always provided Carolina, a many *, '
**4 the practice of lamented friend in tbe treat Patchouly Mignionette, and Cotton Shirts i UndEr.hirt., of Ortober< 1S47, a negr l
aist of our man would plan himslf Upon the platform of jean past. Leon courity$ had no better citizen-an Ambrosia, Seringa. lier. of Arabia Ber.de I U Rome, Blk Ital. Silk Cravats, Silk! and Merino do. t man named JACK, about C feet hijIV.st ti' 'I

the scourge of the Sch.the YeMow Fever tbe 1 compromise. We think it Is urght conscientious, and kind-hearted man, loved Eglantine, Vala. Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain, Fancy Satiff doLambs Woof anff Angola built, aged 22 sears jtllow cnapjccttd. r ,

*ate us the greatest satisfaction, and that we are due to the North at this time, she should and respected by all who knew bun. He npire in Marros ess. Bouquet. Rich Fancy &hn and hindersthie, tear on cne tidv of his head and one on the uppVi l

"o the fame he &uire.tl have tfie'next tat assured God-professing his Also Gtnn'l A.hln Perrt1t. and Preston & Plain do Brown Cotton and Cot Ion. part of his shou'Jrr, frum a burn vtnen smalV, Iii !
That Pr.idoan peace wit-hil entir rsga.. Mt.'rtU'. "tr. Jli.l bY IJnd Hhks. aide Drawers is quick spckcn;and very sensible' .A reward$.'-*>
we sympathise melt deeply with his t that there are mn o party, North of Ma. ion t tb dive will, and his readiness t tre Farina Cologne-also ,the French and Bii .White adCol\l Sid/Gum; Elastic Suspenders, will be given' for the Negro 11 lodged m any jai*

fe a afflicted family an.a tesfianon/of re'we son & Dixon's line, pre-eminent ahitie" His iabJtat and relatives have the public Amerjcan. Lavender and Florida'Waters, Bay Rum Gloves, < Merino and Cotton Half- I M> that he1 ran be bad l, and a reward of $too will U :

? will"'e the usual'! badge moDrnibg for in whose soundness on the slavery (VmpathV intbs! severe bereavement. and Agira df Ja Rsjne,fine Cletic rich Pomaf'l. \ 'Hose. paid if he has been stolen ya"whrte man, for th* t

"dl South can place implicit reliance.cutOD say, 03-Wilmington Journal and raYetteville Observer .fine Hair-il.and coarse ana Hair.-dyes.Cmb. Suing tbe Toie.Teeth., Patent Leather So Umbrellas Money Belts, tion.negro and'Any thief information,with sufficient concerning evidence them for curly be di: '* [

Tha5 copy rf tbe resolutions b presented then, let the democratic convention noint will please. copy. .fails'and Feh. artcle.of! Cold Cream, Shoulder Braces, & CLARK. &,.STILLMAN. reeled to undersigned at Tallahawee Post may Office *

tetldftbed ; ud I such amani and there is no'mbrd doobt thipi in nols: by LEWS( ni A SARAH ANN : .

Sb. 1 y b published in the city papers. Bun will rise onthe, morrow, but Be December 4, 1847. 2' October 23.1647. 1 :}- The Wbij.'Griffin. Ga., will please f"lb6.L'I I '
br. that tl Mnc Noce the above boy weeksand send bill to advertiser. f

JA.. H. RANDOLPH, Chairman. elected. We .felar thatb'THi.Arul o Royal Arch Apples*, Potatoes, and Onon. t.. Wood Cutter November, IS 17. 16 At t
W terling democracy bf ) ( tbe State Florida in I
L.G. BEON.s. Noh wi o number of strong and healthy men
I n.t such a man, despite the fuming of a Van he Masonld the laU. in of January,1848.city 01( Tallahassee'onJttonday 21 22 do E; ETN'| .PPL, WANTED .choppn Llberar Wages'to.good NEW STOF\.. .

Buren and rrkDt JeD Mott M. 1lh subordinate If/ do, Onions: men Apply to

: ort bewitiful word. ib tbe Eng. suredly such amah can cirr'tbewb61esrengihouihe 0 wbic, requested al to take Chapter.notkr-Officers'alrt and govern Just received and (o sate cheap for cash by IBJRCHE! &rlND BERGR. GEORGE H; MEt NNISSTS -'

t are-roothcr, hon and hear'I party a th South. That he wi car. tbemsclvss. accordingly. ., ._December 4tl847. 2 .A. E. HOC. November 18 now receiving and opening at the store next did< ,

aJt emn newll' married, sap ry mdre than cb"UI"rn of the party in JNX B. TAYliorf M. D.. 1 to Mr. Burney'sr*. ce rarwr1menr ol gomlw* .

h and happiness connected he Southern ; U snort probable, Grand Sec'y.oftheGrshdChtptW of F rdi.D.ceshberhll847 : Lard and Bte Neg Kerseys. consisting ,of DRY GOODS IlARDWAfirX CRO*

th a I lWtt attained with Ue& .. received per schr. for sale low 2 Limeys; CERIESItt'.,&. which be will sell at the vw?
'--. r wd from the Inii which wo see i fh tbe whig $} Editors in Florifts; friendly t the Craft, will JUS OeoD A.' L'no lOA CAS Just d (for salEbyt lowest prices.

"u ranks. ID;. kowertr found on'1 other ,pltase girt thEabove wl'iharrtion' Dcmbr 4, IS47. 2 t Sep. 19, 1S47." r"en"ad LID &FLAGG. October :. 1547. 15 ot'T'


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:;:';p; :>;:'i;: .!( :\ Leon::-:-----County------------Tax---;-Collector's-- :-- -Sale. \- ----- Plantation. Ibr Sale. L. &,- -GREENBERG & CO* V:SANDS' SARSAPARILLA, City Hotel Tallahassee.NOTICE. mil W Frilided-at- waii-j.Lily; J, r,

.' V .-I ( friends and the 0 TEE SKTCXTR ,
vested i ii hw sale the Plantation known Still continue at their old THE REMOVAl. AND1MANTC my : OT BXCXMXtB JUXTAttmfcr
.:( I 1 fi Y viitua of power me.by I IkJ" sad FOR this homethat I hue it,and ,
:; 4'1 PI shall. c\H( se f"r sale, before the Court House : JiUnca. in Jefferson UM Cot of JKonne and JfffertoH OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN'IMPURE tbat it will hereafter by lee WILLIAM One of at

;% /:: dKo. i in the! city of T.lbhas.01 M<* day.the (.th JFOR d containing 3,0 0 STATE OF THE BLOOD hEMINGWAY, Esq.,b coItt been UNITED STATES .
IIEREtheyarenowoPenitlgtheitFAtt ba many years
C' 00 cleared and AN THE SYSTEM REPORTER
$ ( March, lSttheh'IIowiflgdesCTiteJPropT. there are about t W OR HABIT OF I first
kJ" : dyv WINTER supply of FRENCh F" connected with tbe chats Hotels at the North, ,
in cultivation in cttton and corn. VIZ: A P AL OF
; | .orgomachthereofaswillpaytbeSiateandCouniv now I UT.Otl
.: GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS GOODS. and recently Irom the American Hotel NewTork.telieving c.JalXE LtOlSL
.;;: .;, I .1. Taxes due cnf"'I"eeaISn: This Plantation is situated in the most desirable. Rich blk Silk,Uro. de Rhine, together with everydescription Scrofula or King Evil ltmaOlli le I be wi keep an excellent house,aDd spareno TIyt A1 P 1Ea"L 1&_.
": LiivU purporting to belong to A. F. Dural and the part ol the State, being within two miles and a hall Cutaneous Pault. lie exertion to his comfortale -
i of colored and fancySitksParisiaflPlaIds. ETptin. expense guests -
t I- : : l'I t. UMI<" fUrtk of Florida: of Monticello, the county site,where there is a Post Striped and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Colored Feet Bt ", Chronic S"e Eyes, Ring I recommend the hoU mak my friend and the 'I T lIE subscriber i is now enabled to annorot, it

., ': :I! :' I (".t No. 2. s a!.T -2, R I, N and W, Office, various Churches, Schools, fcc, and within French Merino and Silk Worm o Tetter, Scald Head,Enlargement and public. THOMAS BROWN. completion of Disarrangements forth.ment !'*
PlainStriped wove
": .* ....; i: i. S E 1, 32,T 2, R 1, N and W, twenty-fire miles of Tallahassee, the capitol of the Alpac- Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers November I, 19 1. 10 Cm of a well organized amid bahi
: ,i WVScc.5TIRINandW, State. It is well watered throughout abounding insjrin.aof ca, &t American Syphi/itit Sciatica or Lumbago, and News at the Seat of the G Dt. .
: the finest and is remarkable, even A great variety of French, English, and SYtJtn The leading features of the
: containing: 212 acres. ute Diseases an ijui. use ofMercttry CITY HOTEL United States
Calicoes and
Ginghams 4nK
V : ..: '. LioJ purporting to b.lon; to James F. Trotti and in Ibis healthy neighborhood iu uninterrupted Worsted! of different; styles and qualities i ; .e/ Dropsy, mr o Imprudencein ter will be the following: Ro.

Ie! Union Bank of Klori-la: health. On it there is a very good Dwelling How Plid. color and Life, /,.. Chronic C.nstitutionalflisordcrs.rug I. Early11elligemtceo/11ean offa
1 % with all containing eight fine rooms, Shaw1 every description quality ; nom Departments t _
piazza vfthe
"': .4 N lS"Cl7.T3.Rl.NandE, aoun Jaconet, Cambric, Tarlcton and Cross Bar preparation is a combination hitherto un- a Government, i in referr !
f. I ; E 1. S W 4, Sec 17, T 3, R I. :and E besides trnnl, apartments, Kitchen,Sorl Room, Muilins X known in tho history Medicine, differing eh- to Domestic affairs and to the Foreign Relation! *J/
R I. and Smoke Una**. Hath House, Spring Hot Milk, :; the country, will be given with
'. t't '. .' W I. S F J.Sccl7T3, Silk Thread and Linen Robin, and a style ofl timely in its character and operations from the various scrupulous fid o
K |I. S \ 4, ScI7T2R2.Nadl'I Xc..all in goo.l order and repair. The Negro Quar- preparations Sarsaparilla which have beenat Possessing peculiar facilities for obtaining iafct7.

: .1 t W i. V E I, T R 2, N and h, ters,Overseer's House,Gin House,Plantation Stables. *lin edgings; different times offered to the It acts TALLAHASSEE, fLORtDA. tion, the .&porter" will
S1 : Gloves for Ladies t
: } Cashmere, Silk and oollen specifically
"'. t N I C J. N W J, 17, 2. R -'. N an.l K.: t'encetc.. are also in good otfer and capable of ac- and Gentlemen' upon the whole system publc., bringing i it the management oV this the undersigned communicate, exclusively, intelligence fror11o
; (
d is also IN 10tel. lh
commoditineone hundred There
nTtR2andE, a important
sijsw J.Sec negroes. for do. under its direct and f Immediate Although his'best exertions his charde.I. I
t' Silk, Woollen and Cotton Stockings ; infarnt. use pleas guests.He -
., E Sec Ii,T2. R '>, X ami but unf.ilingntEr power on which there is a The Verbatim Reportsthe
v&.c |
: "ml possessed of it is the their pretr
Linen Cambric Hrikfs, plain and II. S, lovpntftl; powerful healing yet entirely asks for pttronaze.
Vv T R 2, N and now in operation. pubic Dt / of the
N S E j. Sec 2, Stales l'e
F. .-1 Handsome: Silk Cravats, French Needlework Collars ,so that it cannot injure the most delicate WILLIAM HEMINGWAY. Senate w .
S W !. S IV i. Sec S T i, R and To a purchaser, this property will be sold ; proprietor is tDd furnish daily
r ; : r roo and Capes; constitution. When in perfect health, no ef- November 1st, 1S47. 16 Cm to that body. j u
low i is about Possession accordance with
to the
containing ) acre a* owner of the
I remo-I. Raragea for Dresses do. Green; feet is produced by its use except an Increase of appetite % Herald, St. Augustine ; Gazette, Newport; tem. contract Bad.
and which time win ; the close
Robinson the of
David civel 1st at the last
: itinz la to on January session
t ; :: i I..d.|1.'tquI belong nex but when disease of Congress.rangements a
V : Splendid assortment of Hat, and balm coloredRibbons ; is seated in the frame and Adverti-erApalachicolaand Democrat and Gazette, The
; ". 't the Union P.ak of Florida : a-o be di if (! by the person busing. now will at once I'
pSof carrying fast its victim along the path of life then Pensacola, win please publish and send bills to the mad JhlJy wnre..
.! W.SV1.Sc3t.T.R1N3ndW| I a lnt of of the stock now on the place ; Senate of the an te
: cor Bonnets its mysterious influence is felt and seen it Hotel for Stitt authentic
Ncopolitan, Tuscan and Straw ; ; enkindle payment.
W&.NISi27TI.R1Na1Vpp. Those wishini to purchase would do well to examine plete record of its Debates' and an ce-
1 to
: new and vigor, and health and the
V Linen Damask and Dama k Table strength P
; -
the land while the i is > Cu\'er bring f
,. containing IfiO acres.La t present crop growing.For to the suffering and Cabinet Making &c. greatly enlarged degree-the benefit of the
MattoxaiJ terms, to T. BEATTY who resides Dole.4, To\t.14, Diapers? kc ; rience '
: :d purportinj to belong lo Hampton apply on sagatily and
.: .TRUTH statesmanship l
and is THA > that
Rich Xett Chil.lren'ml Coat Caps;
Co. the Plantation, and will to show it. F'CI-LE' / 10-PARTNERSHIP. undersigned have as-V which have bYld
Tni happy they
: the .L. I. .t : b ever looked with
V V V o'V NV4.i.!. W |, NW4See31T3R3N&.E: Also .\ urge assortment of brown 1tcings.: bhirtings, THE 'ACS SPEAK FOR TUE>"ELVJI.-Thefo1ow- \J sociated themselves together,and from this date spectful regard. solkiloos 11 f'

.' .. : s1I I 4\.t E i,S W 1.** :3-i.T 3. R 2, N anilE, Striped Shirtins and Homespuns; ing certificate is only another great the two shops will b united, and the business conduce III. The Proceedings
: SW4NE4.Spc.T-T3R2N&E: I For sale low several fine tracts of Land in varion Ilroadcloths, Ca:irners. KerH-ys, Linscys, Striped of testimony to its merits. Let the afflicted read and by They are Representatives. GntIlolt in the Hn.t
i }, .& and Plaid Satinet Jeans,Tweeds, Red and Whiten be What bus done once it will do LYNCI. YINGF.HOE. wi al5 given with ;
1 Counties
in Wa. f.
: ; E *. N \V 4. s 1. T 2,I 3. N &E, : 1SUO acres Tiger hammock convince. it prepared descriptions their line, impartiality, and utmost 1.11"
.1' containing ilk 0 acres. kulla county '; :S4'J acres on the Apalachicola River, ,Tickings, colored Can.l.rics. with i: a large; agin. with fidelity and despatch and on as reasonable terms day's record will be completely made l

I I. V V Landjurp| rtin!( to belong to Lewis Conner and in Gadsden'county ; y'W acres near S.Andrew's Bay assortment i'f Trimmings, Fancy Go k.. Perfu. CHARLESTOW.T, Mass., Sept. 23 IS 16. for cash or approved acceptances as any workmen in in the I Reporter"next up,and app

i, .' the S. I.. I. Trut Co. Washington county ; 2SSO' acres the Arredond inery, Culllery., &c. All of which will be wit This may certify that mv son, now a the country. The continued patronage of the pub IV. .f Synoptical View morning.of thr

t: ;. E:&J. and S E 1, Sec 2... T 3, R ". N &E, Grant,Alachua count, East. Florida; 2UOO acres on low for ( at their store in this place, also at has been for ten years afflicted with the scrofulous lic is most respectfully solicited. Debates of all the State Legislatures Proteedmrs, .

I, ,1 N W r, NE: 4, Soc 3*>, T 'I, R 2. N .and E, the St. Johns, South of Lake George; 1000 acres on their store in Monticcllo.October humor. At the age of seven years he had the measles E. J. LYNCH I larly given. Members of Congress and,will] ie
the St. John's River, in Ducal Apply as 30, 15-17. 15 which caused this humor to make its ill
';': V ESgj.Se2'aT3R3Nand I E:, county. probably ap- GERARD VINGERHOETS. readers will thus be fully and dl.1
;. .V (. W6Wi.-3IT3RNandE i above., or to Col.S. S. Sibley, Editor. ot the Floridian: pearance in a most singular way, (covering his bOy Tallahassee, November 6, 1S47. 16 formed of Domestic Legislation kept in "stftalian!?ip j
: contaiflhIit5thiert-<. %. The Montgomery Flag& Advertiser, Colum from his head to his feet with small tumors. I State scctisntshW

: 'i.; Lauds purpoi ting to belong to the estate W. V... t'usTime',Savannah Republican.Charleston Couritr, \ suited a Doctor of leicinr. and he examined him Received by the latest Arrivals, Unite. Early Inlelligenet all
Columbia South Carolinian and Richmond JU.UBUC1 three dJs in not understanding his of import ant mer6
V llwt: 4 Enquirer DITTONE OF THE succeiun LARGE in the Legislatures
.i PISCOVERED assortment ol MADE CLO- of Great Britain
4 .SEZSecT.T2.RNaflhlE, will copy once month till 1st January, send FVFR case,advised me consult Dr. Rogers,of New York, A will be and Frue
FOR BOWEL communicated
: :."..t. V N \4, S \4. Soc :;, T 2. R 2, :and E, bill containingjit to I this Otfice to and send one copy T. of each ppr DEKANCEMENTS.DR. DYSEXTf.RY CORDIAL and I then critical being examination a resident of that city.. After a long TiNG GROCERIES.L., SHOES, BOOTS. ; also, a general as- through reporters in London by every and steamer Paris,from who trp

having than
I WOODHt..S more thirty
V i:
peculiar facilities for
V IWJs'tTIU'.Nanl:, Monticello, Florida. for Di.trh 3, Dysentery, Cholera Morbu: other medical gentlemen with him at the time &I. GREENBERG &CO. obtaining information p
: I XV J, N E 4. &'2, I. : J same VI. The General
: : : October the
.. \. '. 'ontaihin:3 iJ acr's. V ., July 17 1i7. 41 tf Cholera Infantuui, and Summer Complaints! of Chil. h.e.J pronounced it Scrofula, or King's Evil. The 30,1917. 15 in a condensed form,swaof with industry Day wilfbe Ei't

'. Lot Xo.: in N t "an r, I'Ulrorlin;to.Y. dren. child was then prescribed ioranilcommencedtaking aDd att.si- ';
. loricto L.2 Carlfon% .\c.raniy.gnt.r 'i Sea Island Cotton Gins.W Ji'o II jr.: HilliarJ, late U. K. ,1/f/m/rr to Delginm. medical drugs from tht time. He grew worse until Gods for Gentemen' Wear. 5>ucn is is a brief view of what the .United&t

.-: Lot :. !t', oriffinal flan of the city of Tallaha4.V subscribers beg leave to in. Jane\ of 1S37, and his bones became afeted i inconsequence B LUE, Black, Ia'k BroaJcoth3. Fancy rangements Reporter"is have designed been lobe. All the pi"

.: ." .iee. purportitis to belonj to estate of Charles Haire: THE the. plaiiters of long-stapl Dr. n lr'-.l.1 Jrar Sir:-A few days of the mercury that had been given Cassimers. Sattinets, lent'lly Jens. Satin confidently cherished well matured" ,an bop,i is

: Lands: purpprtine to belong to U'iliiam Hall and Cotton, that they are still engaged in since I ( which you were od< A piece of bone came away from his under-jaw, i in Vesting, Silk Velvet Rich Satin Silrered itself t.hat.lbe U. S.Rrrerwl
V V t ti! S. L. 1&Trust Co. : manufacturing the improve enough to send meI I ing med th'p article I do the first place, as large as an English walnut, a piece Vesting, Rich Fancy Colored Satin Cravats, a prove perfectly energetic, industrious .4

: WI.SWINT'.H2.anJE J ROLLER S. Having ltet : not hesitate to pronounce it a most valuable mcdi from his i forehead as laigeas a sixpence, and a piece general assortment of gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, views independentjournal. It will have D pwtv

; .. Section 4, 2. 2. of these ( 10R'F Georgia,South Carolina:and great Florida many, cine. Indeed, fo such affection of the bowels awe from near the crown of his head. It then went to Hats and Caps; also, a large stock of ready made -no his political bus. The proprietor, by the

. '.f' K 'I.X F-4,Sec 1'. T 2, R 2. X and F. they can refer to those who have purchased them, sometimes suffer wilh in the South, I know nothing : the back .and side, and dihare in three places. clothing,just received and for sale by States term, is bound contract to the with the Senate of the United;

V : V W i.S 1 lScc :1. T 2. R 2. X and. and who are willing to establish the reputation of at ail (|iial to it. ''I From thence to one of lilbs, separating, in con- S. F. EURNEY. shall contain condition that "the paper

.4" V W i. :E 4, Sec 3, T 2, J 2, )and E, the ame Gin fur ginning out more Cotton and My friend, Col. hor Jones, would have part of sequence of the ulceration, the muscles and cord September 25, IS47. 10 bates." will no political, diuion except the de-

;. a .i; containing 'J'30 acres. cleaner than another Gin in use. it ; the remainder I have laid a.iJe for ue when II from the bones of the ankle joint on the back part.- of I b a 'ehice of News-cot the or.gan .
: set
V" .V. LaidspurpottintohelonZtO: Y"nn:A. Johnson: ., tnls:-VIL.LALO.VGA Si. ACOSTA, Centresville, may need it. Respectfully.HENRY I He had at one time fifteen running sores or isue Rifles and Shot-Guns. subscriber any is toeotabH opinions.htt The grand aim of the

.; ": V' : i K I 1SW.S.cITifl2Nand E, Ga.; GEORGE L. BROWN. Ncwnansville, E. Fla. W. HILLIARD. from the glans of the throat ant those places I han 1 qualities, sizes and price*,just re- a faithful and the Seat ot Government,
ASSORTED prompt of
reporter all
'. F'.SW1S.eT3R2NandE, I mentioned. In I I lived Portsmouth N. II sorts of intelli
Single Gins, I:; do. with all late improvements, "f for sale by S. .'. BURXEY.
V 10. acrc.. From Benjamin Cnnlntr, Editor of the Southern and he was attacked with a Rheumatic whic gence-a rt.poi//e agent,on which the politician
: ;: containing 5'5'i. Double Gins, S'JS:; ; do. with all late improvement Fever September 2 1S47. 1QCaps. the bf1sin ,
.: .: V .5.. .\. FLSIICR, Sheriff !, $vj. Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had al fihitfJ, Kufavta, .'10. settled in one ol his hips.fhich swelled as large a ; and one J man interested, manufacturer in the mechanic

V .V .s. V and ff tftio Ta\ Collector Lon Co. moderate rates. Ordcrs4or Gins and repairing Gins ANOTHER LIFE: SAVED BY THE CORDIAL, three of(he oll r. Being under Medical treatment, Government every the affairs of Congress"and

: ';. : !.embr 27, 1- 19 to direct to VANCE I they gave laudanum until be lost his reason. received msyrely at all times with implicit -
4. please &BURNS, Jlflrr Physician's di hail failed to benrfit. Then I became alarmed JUS per the last arrivals, M doz. Cloth confidence.It
Mav>', 1SI7. _44 I hr '., Ga. Dr. Sir I take and sent for a Thomsonian Glazed Caps, for Gentlemen: and Bojs, new is believed that the establishment
; :., Bacon, Flour, &c. n-fI"f-Dtar :- great pleasure His medicine helped his hip and resored his reason which of web a rr-
style, will be sold liable
;'. V received schooner Elicia, from New Or. Choice Liquors. in ( of your Dysentery Cor The third time he was attacked with this fever i in Ten low. journalefbHelligente. on terms which place
ptrr L. H. GREEXCERG it within the
:. dial from Irating its virtues in my own family. Mrs 1812 when hearing of Dr. Sands' & & CO. reach of the great muses of the
J .
Sarsaparilla, and peg.
leans, otter to the public the choice October 30 Is-Il.
Liunrs 13 pie at tfte
t WE following was summer most commencement of what premises
'iolenllyalaced being perfectly satutied that all other medicines had tobta
I L r :. 1 Ci-k racon Hams, ] all of which we \vil warrut a bein"- with that disease,and after all most interesting and eventful ptried in the
'ides the "tillnl failed effecting a cure, I sent and six bo history
t' I of best procured -
I : dea : quality : had been baffled in its efforts to remove the disease ties, and by the time he had taken it all I consideredhim Fall and Winter Goods. ot Congressional prcceeeh'rg, will be regarded with
I .
! V V5 SII.ifro. quarter casks. supr. (1 Cognac Bran I ly, or fiord relief, and apprehensions began to be felt bmyself favor by alt classes of the community and
well.! Those healed ; .hnitlf
he became RECEIVED from
I :Rbls! Illinois Flour 2 Madeira Winej plce. bright JUS Xew York, b Brig Henry thus stated his
V that she would
survive objects the
: .' V' Ib'.( b!>Is..h.it Family Flour, bbli. old Monongahcla Whiskey, not much longer, un and li'cly-lo, to his face and lip* from ucl a large assortment of solicits liberal subscriber reapcethUy
: tier the intciic a and
:. .1 I JJS1. (v Xo. 2 Mackerel, ,.boxes of 1 doz. each,old Madeira Wine,of the I had recourse to agony our i invaluable H which Cordial she was, and l laboring before, troubled that time him.till the Fall of 15his- complaints never SPAPLE AND FAXCY DRY GOODS public! cf the general United support States. frem the enligtbencd -
At that lime he
3 Barrel llreen For sale became deaf, which
:-*! : Apples. 10\1 by vintage of IS'25, I Newton, Gordon Co." she had taken one bottle of it, : I Groceries Hardware, Wood and Ware JAMES A. HOUSTON
& until last March ,
. Nov.mwr 27, IM7. 10 ALFRED HOC. relef3 otaine; continue : when his right eye be WiloW
'l V 1; Champagne Wt. Port and Claret % and after taking two was ( I sure ; from that to the eyecovering the Rope and Bagging, I Nails and V Stenographer to the S'1I1lof'lre U. S.

.:; Notice. Maraschino. Crdiah.BRCILl. that I am indebted. to it fur tier uret.. You can use sight of the(eye so that he wa lef a great measuredeptived Boots and Shoes, Sugar Boilers: ,.i.c. .&c. 05": The United States Reporter" will be print
this a>ou may see proper. For sale by. on a large and handsome sheet, anilwuecl
I"4 CMX months after date, the Administrator of the November 27,15-7. Ifi ohigh.Knowin Sept. 13,1547. morning, every
EufaulaJuly 15, IM'J. BEXJ. GARDNER. Sands' 9.LLOYD & except Sunday', at the rate ol E 6 per unan. '
; O estate. o f R. Humphries, deceased late of Leon Sarsaparilla was the only FL-G. _

'i '" County, ire cnt his final account and voucher Futue.J medicine that had ever done him any goo I applied Notice. la connection with 'the
wil : Worms! Worms! Worms daily Here wi9W
to Mr. Fowle paper
at Boston lie
the" UST Apothecary or more.
ti* Jl.te of Probate ot said County, anJpra I rec. ived New York, issued I from the same establishmentTHE
e o for a dwchirze from sal-I admi:1stufion. 1 handsome: Mahogany Sofa, DR. WOODRUFF'S WORM SPECIFIC is a safe has taken fifteen dola.worth, which has remo'e ALL persons indebted to the estate of Tbcmos J.

V' V November 27, 1S17. ( 1 h pr. Divans. Forsale"by efficient remedy for Worms. Try it. As the humor from eyes and hearing, and ,dcease are hereby notified to make MIRROR OF CONGRESS.This

':': : LIXDEXBERGER. goo as the best and u cheap a thecbeapest.CERTIFICATE appear to b cured, ai.d radically so. I verily believe immediate payment ; all those having demands publication will contain exclusively the Be-

i;1 LEWIS & AMES. November nmCIT, & 19 all later trouble might have been avoided will_ present. their accounts-properly' attested to the ports of the Proceedings and Debates of the Coupes

: '. -7. I certify that I ne Worf's Specific to a if I had Ihnrnnirlv the use- of- the- &>runa. undersigned, who is duly authorized to settle the of the United States. It will be issued semi.weeklr.

DIaLERS Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry child of mine, and in a short away rilla when he was under its influence the first time same. JAMES T. ARCHER in an elegant quarto-form,throughout the sessions of

v DRL'GS MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, it EPA it EL). worms. JOSEPH 20. Thee are the simple statements of the facts of theca Agent for1argre Butler, Administratrix. Congress, and will be furnished to subscribers itth

: : Toilet irlirlfs ( It. Window Class Muscogee County, Georgia 1340. SJPP and I feel it my duty to make those.fact know Otobr Hi J57. 13 2 rate of Two Dollars for the long session and OM
: Pufumrr TOWLt&MYERS, having secured the service to the public, for the benefit of those may b Dollar for.the short session. It believed that this

,. P.UXTERI' CRUSHES AD COLORS, experienced workman who will attend to I do certify that I administered to a member of my afflicted in like manner: feeling a full conviction Deaf and Dumb Aylu great national work will be deemed indispensableia

I \: Ipotliccarics Glass IVarc. Ac. the repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively, family Dr. Woodruff's Worm Specific,and it brought cure has been effected solely from the effect of this'innJuable OF the library of every public institution,polatitian.11Id
V are prepared to do all work in their line of business away 50 worms and in another it medicine. KE" professional man throughout the
handandfursaleat ; case one country and that
the ;
I well oJ fll1E subscriber,as the resident
and cure of the said
: : lflIF'airirecor.stantlYoii promptly. my negro women of Tenia,or Tape I HANNAH W. BECK, 223 Main st. agent it will be regarded by the great mass of the
4, Institution
offers petplsas
V .. November Ii;, 1M7. 16 Suffolk, ss. Boston, October J.I 146.-Then sale,in tract, and span the best
; WbitesieGa 1S4G. JOHN J. LITTLE. per term to suit purchaser,about Four Thousand very political text book for their own la-
; We hive received late arrival lar BULL londl"appae the above named Hannah W. Beck of LAND Acres straction.and that ol their children.
by ;e additions PRATORIUS situated in the county Jackson, in the
& oath that the
I above
5 I Dr. by
certify gave Specific to
sii.2iesoflrus.Vev1iraranilThernicaFahich' a cer.fcale. State of Florida.
V together| wilh m'rt(.f the popular patent remedies,, .\the torntr store nndfr the Sc,tiael Office and negro boy -Aho was in bad healh.Worf' brought away; her subscribed, and statements ( limited extent. Also, the Right to Locate, to a IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT.

,. rm,5-miir j, ------ his JAMES RICE. Justice the early} -
:- the State. healh.- THOMAS BOYD. of Peace. be issued from the office of the :
an experience] and United States Reporter
OPENING choice judge, are believed to
row a and well selected For further amongst
ARE and
.u. We have now in stnre a lot of QUININE, trarraiiteilpure of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VEST- County, Ga., JanuuyISn.For its superior value particulars and evidence of the finest in the coun. b ," containing the reports of all such Debatesas
efficacy, which
. ,anJ of prior I INGS and see pamphlets may possess peculiarly interest.
1 t etry qualty. READY-MADE CLOTH IXG. The be obtained C. II. DUPOXT, exciting
b great $3- sale by Lewis So Ames Sole may Agents,gratis.
Tal All
Just received a lars assortment and Agrnt subscriptions and'commnni'ati n. he
( taste bestowed in the selection of these good lahrflhec; 01,1, by the following : Man Prepared and sold by A. B. & D. SANDS Drug. .gentofD.4D.I.ofrg.. paid and addressed post
:- warrant them in persons Quincy, June
FRKSII GARDEN SEEDS, saying to all who wish to purchase nin;, Leon County; James 13. Beatd, P. M Miccosookie gists 100 Fulton street, corner of Wilam.N. Y. 12,1S-17. 47 ly JAMES
t V ; from the c ehnte garden of Messrs. Hotey &. CoAl good bargains, you will do well to call and examine Leon County S. .'. Miccosookie Sold also by LEWIS Jt A United A. HOUSTON
Burner ME.Talaha
; eeSITH States
; l.'o a mal invoice of choice BRAXDY AND our tience stok.to It would be a great tax on time and pa. Samuel Pulcston. Druggist, Monticello; James Mine;, & CATLIN, Penacol.,F. *, M. D. PAPY July 31. 1847. Reporter, WashingtonD.10 C.
WINES, allt of CIGARS of extra quality. Al enumerate the different styles and patterns Joshua and by generally throughout the ,
Quincy; Dar (' ,of Gadsden County ; D. Ba Dr Unite 00-' Alt
5. of which wcofilr for sale the lowest composing this assortment : suffice it to > States. g'h newspapers throughout the United Slates
at cash
: prices say that a ker, P. M., Chattahoochic, and Wm. Powers, Merchant a who publish this
: portion of these cloths and @mnl prospectus once a week from this
LEWIS cassimers are of' Price. $1 bottle. W
DrUahl' Six bottles
L 4W AME. Marianna. per 8-5. in. date till the of
Boasted Congress will be entitled to
WILL Court
mj.. Tallahassee November Luslremand the
20,1S17. clothing and 00The
August 14, 1'4 public are respectfully requested to re Office on the floor of the an exchange with the It United States "
article Capitol
every their stock li of ,
a style and that it is Sands'
'f'" qualify Sarsaparilla that has been )
; Notice. that please the fastidious. I'rbr ,South wing. room formerly occupied by the will be placed on the list of those to whom the Ei-
"il mOt For Sale. constantly achieving such remarkable cures of Secretary of the Territory. tras will be de alched.

't lui ALL pens, creditors, legatees, entillt to dis. the finest would texture mention the best that these CLOTHS are of TiE well-known and fertile tract of Land in Co. the mot difficult class of diseases to which the human November 15; 1845. V
.: otherwise English wool dye, FrencI frame is subject; therefore ask for Sands'Sarsaparilla 1
: or estate County, East Florida,known as Charles New
dye black do. Orleans
wol Cassimer
,London wool dye black, and take no other. Type Foundry
Iii Joha Smith, late of Leon County d are do. Cass. Ferry, containing one hundred land .OlN ,
h.te-by nol i1e exhibit their clim' cee. French fancy,French Cafsiiners.VESTIXGS and German. black cloths,do.Cass., at this time.in a f ne state arN for ccaP.and December 12, 1S4G.- 20 lyW. ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND PRINTER'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,

G :. within twn years from this date undersigned, all the necessary the comfort of the Ab. 17, Canal street Row
of fine black Satin b'i1ing-
; : the will be and all I fine plaid Satin, (farmer such 7. (inlucy, Florida.
or asms ; persons indebted Silk Kitchen, Meat 8. DOSLWORTM D
lrP Woollen a Hous
10 xaij tate rnke Vch'c Caslnnerctt and Polkanet House Store WILL attend the Justices Courts of GaiMen THE undersigned beg leave to announceto Pob-
: are requested to immediate all other the I
: hayS Cerro Gor!'n and for
Attorney nt
.' rnent. PATRICK SMITH Monterey use of house Also building Law the Circoit Court of Middle Florida, and Printers, that they have established
negro Crib
READY MADE CLOTHIXG. Superior Fine blk. : Stabes Mqcticcllo Jefferson Florida and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of a complete and extensive TYPE FOUNDRY i in t this
1)V-t: Nov tnbr 13, IRJ7. 17It Administrator. French dress and a good ferry Flat, all of which self low for County, Georgia.
and frock coats, do. English wool dye November 22, 1315. 14 tf city. The Book Letter o? this Foundry was It toi
Wakulla do. do., French Cassimer Sack Coats cash. Person wishing to purchase will do well to WILL attend the Circuit Courts of the Middle {cr1Sentinel ordei.by workmen of
: Doe-skin
Tax do. long
; Jf-; County Collector's black and fancy cloth Sack mixe doe-skin opera, cal and examine for themselves. ( ,and of the County of Columbia of the copy. i expense was spared to obtain experience the handsomest and, as laces BO

SALE.BY mat*. Klnrlr tiA.. Ar/lMli_n____ a-.-/-'lr_ :n.ny.r.v A._.t-.., JI__T, Columbus REBECCA Cn.-RLFS. E.er Circuit.Flnrida. TT.. a 1AT and.to Perfect it in eve?* resrxrf.we will venture to
.1. a., "
. ; virtue of the authority vested in me by law, Cloaks. Pantaloon of fine back Cassimer.medium August 21,1517. ctlo.Anynst 2-.t, IS-/ 1 : it will be found as -handsome, i if not the hand

: ". I have this day levie upon and wil expose to do., a great variety of fancy pants of the Notice. in the United States. We have also a rery

i'I' puMic sale, in front o Court the county latest style. Vests of every description. Military Notice.BROCKENBROUGII assortment of Flowers and Job Letter of

I" :7 ." ot WakuU., State. Florida, Trimming, Hosier Shirts, Gloves, Cravats, sell- SIX months afterdate, the acting Executor of the .w style to which we would call the atten

, i ; 4. On in adjusting Stok Suspenders and almost everything will and testament of Aithur homey, Sen., & MAXWELL. Printers before purchasing elsewhere. AlI

tlfrs Monday .May next, connected "ilb a gentleman's outfit. deceased, wi make application to the Hon. Judgeof manufactured by us shall be of a material

::. f; fcotwecn bur the following pit'c or B. &. P.are prepared to execute all orders accord. Probate Leon. County (or letters of dismission UTM1I. BROCKENBROUGH .if not superior to any manufactured at lit
b- parcel of Land as.Executor of said return to Florida -i
'il: ing to the latest and most approved estate. "V wi and shall
as sell
styles. in time to attend all Courts ; we Type at NeYork pri
, V Lot number S, containing 474 and known N. the July 17, JS17. : of the
-1 ;. V acres, THE n By next arrivals we expect to receive ) Cm Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Franklin Conn trust to meet with encouragement.
according to the t V
r : .theRH rSur.c. origina sur- RFMAINDER Notice. ties in West Florida. B. t M. will also attend the now prepared manufacture BRASS RULE
field. .
V 'I : Sute Als lots Otubr 181. 13CAROLINA Supreme and Federal of magnitude with We
,' L... i.HUiVr. 3L, 40, 41. .12, 43,.U 5t .V2 months after Courts. Their time will be any promptness.
53, 60, 01, C2, SIX date, the Administrator of the devoted exclusively to the at ., also particular 1 call the attention of Printers
,I C3. 69. 1 each S, 14. HOUSE, Kilpatrick, dccea. will claim against the Unite States, for the attentive to take the Mail Boat for Apalachicola. Leave to our LEADS, Laving an entire new set of
Containing acres and known and his
described and
; present accounts vouchers Chattahoochie
i aid :0 QUINCY FLORIDA. to >rose.ution of arrangements have been made I Weneayund Sundays 1, P. M., moulds by which we are enabled to furnish a per-
by*. according to the original survey Fudge of Probate of Jefferson County, and ask to be arrive at same days, 6 o'clock. fect article. We also .
, ..' made by Asa Hartfield have leaded for a term of an Wasain ton. P. M. Fare, are Agents for the sale of tb
WE years
Surveyor. as Administrator of 2
r.. All the above lots of Land situated large and commodious said estate. March 13, IS 17. 31 $ 0. T. D. WILSON, Napier, Washington and Smith DRESSES, which
derib ly- 17, 1917. 52 Cm Joirether I wilh Chases,f-i ."nmrwvalncr .
formerly known IPronrietor. ins ami in Hotel u
; being county ot Wakulla, the west a Armtea' _
N. B.
& side of the Wakulla River being a portion o what recently the ) and will Ihatm DR. J. REESE'S Notce. time. Private conveyance can b procured at any niture, Ink, and every otherarticieqnifiD; taa
Printing busineswillb. h-
V : o lor me kept on hand and furn
. M known as Forbes Purchase, and levied reception 01 ooardersand visitors
V. the property of the Apalachicola Land Compiny upon a, in lst. The proprietors pledge them & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. SIX months and after present my final ac- November 6, IS4' 16 2m' I ed at manufacturer's prices.

r ': and sold to tatisiy their State thing shall be spared on their to receive vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate Editors and Printers wishing to establish a New*'
'.. wi b and County Tax part and entertain TERSONS of in :and for the County of Jefferson, and for DR. Job
lor of Wakulla, for the in a proper manner all who feel 1 feeble constitutions and those of sedentary -; apply a J. S. BOND paper or Printing Office will be furnished with
V county year I"t' to: favor them with their disposed S. habit, are often troubled with habitualcostivencs4 discharge as Admini.trato of the estate of Abram an estimate in detail for the same,by stating the sizscf
Sheriff patronage. table will services to the citizens
jrintham professional
r. I ,:. and Tax C 1.\LL. Co. b furnished with the best the market and adjacent often exerts a very unfavorable late of said county,dcceaed.WJLL.M OFER and the surrounding the paper,or the particular style and quantity sf
p : October H',z.olfci I'ltor Country can afford, and the bar with the choicest influence upon their general health,which is particularly Monticello GORMAN. Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. work to be executed.

:i' Wines, Li'l'lorl and Cigars. In short, no exertions manifested by irregularity,i not 10tll0 of Slembr) JSIS1. < 9 6m May 20, 1917. 45 tf QC>- The proprietors of newspapers who will publish

:: Spanish Regalias.OH will b* wanting to render their House one of the appetite. In this I system, ar- this advertisement six months,and send a paper

; very best in the State for comfort, convenience tide i is confidently recommended with the a3ur.ncethat Coffee. U. S. MAIL LINE to our office weekly, will be paid for the advertisement

. i. _\J\J\J\J nOn\ \ JUS reive per Brig Lucy, and good living. and if the dose is properly adjusted so as not to I, 20 BAGS OLD JAVA by purchasing six times the amount of advertising -

fors.le Iy MCMILLAN move the bowels to actively, relief ma; be relied WJ d.l. Rio COFE. bill in Type.

.J L. & GREENBERG &CO. Quincy, October 1C, 1847. &BZZELL upon without any or even the least unpleasant con- 25_do. Laguira do. GREEN & Co.
't' Od.br 30. .17. 15 eouences roultinsr from the of June 26. 1s.t1.
use common t>nr-- --a reei.e
= Notice. tive medicines usually resorted lo. Sept. IS, /
i'- Dr. J. H. Scales, Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the 16.1. ,

t, !; SURGEGON DENTIST SIX months after date, I shall present my accounts preventive properties of this medicine by it on Boot and Shoe Making.

, : : v our her. to the Hon. Judge of Probates of the frt intimation of an approachingattack.using There DR. C. II. BUNTING, From Tallahassee to Macon. HEundersmgnedhavngpurchuedtb; l .

: ,. WILL tx> (found at bin old Rooms at J. L. Demil.t Fetferson. county and apply for letters of dismissionas are constitutions liab.'e: to regular 011 SURGEON DENTIST 1 -L em ire stock and materials of Lvt*

:t Boarding House durin the fall and winter Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, lillious Fever Almost every fall; to such atack of TAVING Through in forty.lw hours from Tallahassee to iWSKHrrij>,who u about leaving the St l*.

"H' months, unless when professionally engaged.Dr. .- Late of Jefferson county,deceased. his medicine is recommended, to LL[ permanently located in Quincy,Florida, .ato, and to Chalttor in three days, j respectfully inform bra friends and tbe-

" ; S. having just receired a large supply cull kinds. HEXKY GREENBERG, Adm'r. by the middle of May or Grit of June beginning use i in the peclfully various tenders his services to tbe public to tar the Mail Boats o public that he is at present at the old stand,wbere-
of material appertaining to his profession, is now October 16, Those whose branches of his profession. From his he is with
.4' 187. W Cm digestive organs are feeble often experience fO'Itl day. prepared to execute all work in his line
': pr.pue to perform any operotion with neatness and a sense of fullness, weight and of experience and luee5 in practice he feels assured THE Stage will leave TallUee on Mondays, promptness and despatch. He has on hand the na 'i
l oppression > being able
the to
V on mOt al'llrove plans. Notice about the stomach aflrr eating, find this medicine ) B. refers the please those who may patronise him.r. ays,and o'cok. A. ){., of calf skins, and all soils of materials, and wil*
October Hi wi
18- afford almost immediate public to and in Macon,(via make at short GEN
are Qunc. ,Newton notice,and in the best manner,
hereby given to all Co W. T.
IS person interete that six Ladies their STOCKTON, Dr. J. M. W. DATIDl Araeiicue, TLEMEN'S
near confinement often suffer from Perry,) on BOOTS AND SHOES of every descno-
months after dateI shall Gen. C. H. DurowT : TueaV.
. Kcrseys, Groceries, &c. I and vouchers to the Hon. present l account hEartburn and coativcncss: to such this article is Office Dr R. E. Lirxxx. Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, tion. Boots footed,soled,and etherwise repaired
M. E.
V I C \SE OF NFGRO KERSEYS. for the Count Jefferson Judge and of Probate in and highly recommended, a it can be used without the I Ion at their opposite residence Church. Ladies waited time for the cats for Savannah. Leaving Macon on good style and at reasonable charges. He will w r-

:i I 1 6 r"*)f Russet Biog-ans, a fine article, the Administrator of the, estate apply of for a dischargeas east danger and with great beneSt.. In sick or nervus September 11. IS47.as u.ua. 8 fondsys,Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4-o'cok. A rant his work to be equal to any done in the plsc**

a r. Underwood's Pickles, Vfi ate of said County, Anna Brooks._V' headache it i is invaluable. M.[ ,and arriving in Tallahassee on .Tbur- and to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as 7

, : Pickled Lobsters, deceased.JAMES This article will be foondto act as a pieman ror- days, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line other workman.
, J Prepared Cocoa Jefferson County Oct. B. BROOKS. dial and tonK. restoring the appetite, and at theme Notc. cODneh with the Central Rail Road,SnDnah. Augusta JOHN LERCH-
sVd Currant Jelly, IS 6m time every intention that the commonurgatives SIX months after present my accounts ; Milledgeville and Western Rai Co- Ms78,1S47. 42 tf
Pepper intended vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in Ga. It also with
Suce. : > are to effect. Jt iipurely Jmbus. connects Line
j f. Mustard, very superior,) Fancy Gd. table, and, when used according t. the directions&, and for the County of Jefferson, and apply for a dis- rm to Chattahoocbie,and tlo Mal Apa- N. Iff. MARTI,

-V White \iDI Vnfrr. f ADRlLLE P DE SO IE, Blak da Rhine will be found an innlKbl ,especiaUy to charge as Administrator de banis n ,of the estate acfaicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Commission and Forwarding Xtrthut

Lamp o' Plain and Embroidered Mpusin! te Lames, afQicted with .Derangement of the tb, oE Everett White late of said County,deceased. Columbus? in three days, and bat one night will be

Young Hyson Tea, (very fine ) Satin striped Cashmeres, spun Silks, or General Debility. Lrer BEATTY.. ent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. 104 Poydras street,

. GtuiMwder| do. Black. ditto ______ French Gin/har Tartar Plaids, Prepared by Doctor J. Reese,Griffin, Pike county, Monticello, July 3, 1847; SO 6m public may rest assured that every attention will NEW-ORLEANS, L*. .

i' Now rccuirinz per Brig Newcastle from B
: GE. H. MEINNI8 ColUrs,trimmed and untrimmed' E BARNARD, Je Negro Un,. attended to with promptness.Bxrc .

t October 3). 1547. Linen Cam. Hdkfs. French.Kid Gloves, Drug PIECES Kerseys Cloth. FARE: s TO

a Ladies i and Misses seen Silk Gloves., DANIEL LADD. N. TaUaue, 50 3. Lowell Osnaburn.2.Virginia 20 do Lin- From Tallahassee to Quincy,$2 50; to Cambridge, Jico. W. Axerru, LATHAM & BAM*.

I ; Bagging, Rope and Twe GenUemel printed'L. C. Hdk6.,t new article. V Monticello, 3 bales lIS- Dometit ale 5 do.7-8 Domestics,O 5 do.dn. $5; to Albaay,811,and to Macon, $32.WfUUHT A. BUTWIOC. .S. 8. SIBIXT.

I, TUST reeire per Schr. Sutherner OrJ Now D. fcaifc and Cravats I Quihcy, V do 10balc Negro blankets,,5'cases Negro .3j & SWYE. Proprietor.By December 3.1940. 20ITinSTARS

t., receiving per Brigs Carry and Emeline. HARDY BRYAN, wool bats and VAR.Agent.
Itaa. CHERRY,1't
?. Caps. for sale I
for sale Jut.reeie Office at the Hotel
CEO. ,
October, IS47. 13 6t OctotwrSO, 1SI7. 1. MEINNl I ay 22, 15(1.Agent for Thomas comr!. ,Georgia: BURNEY. E.c LEY,Agent Plafer;a Talaba., Quincy. W sale by LEWLS&AJIES.
: September 25 17.
I t 1 10 July 17, 1917. 53 February 20, IS4.7. 11

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